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Array 1/ /7l4ry-^PL<-������,^4.'<  //  ,<?  i  ���������____���������������-_������[  -*'  **5  -ISSTTIEjD   a?"V7*IOE-A.-^7-EDaK:~'V7"EX)lsrESXDA._Y"S    JLlsTJD    S__VTTJK.IDA-"Z"S-  Vol. II.    No. 78,  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER S, 189S.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  s"cgSg������@3SSfeS2efe5!3������-fi2eJc~-c"^  Hudson'-, Bay |  Company   I  [iNCOItPOUATEl) 1670  -The   Most   Up-to-Date   Outfitters R.  in Western Canada  r^s  Intending Prospectors should write us iS.  for one of our new Folder.-!, which V  contains nn excellent Map and an ftl  estimate cf the probable cost of a (J.  complete out ri t for the Gold Fields.  -\  Hudson's Bay Stores,     a  ~ Calgary.  |  Calgahy, Fob. 1  18?S.       , h)  Haig"  &  Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  RcTelstoke - -  "^^  lownsite  ...MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  Air Tight  'WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, __c.  Solicitor ior.Tr.1 pc-ri-1 Bank of Canada.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Ave. .l?evel_io_c Sta.  Monev to Loan. -  W.White. Q.C.   '" J. M. Scott, B.A.,LL.B.  F. L. Giviliini.  HARVEY   &    M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors,    Etc.  Companviund* to loan at 8 per cent.  -    Ofl~c������:-Mo1so_s. Bunk Block.  First Street.   Revelstoke Station,   B. C.  ROBERT SAMSON    .  Wood Dcaier and Drayman.  Draying and delivery work aspecia'ty. Tenuis  ������lwavs rendv on *.hof tc-_ notice., Contra.'!1" tett  Jobbing taken. ___S_~-.\geiii for the Standard  Oil Company.  DENTISTRY  "  DR.   EDMONDS,  (Successor to Dr. Matliison.)  Tootli extracted nainlcs-.   r.cntistrv in all its  branches.     Ofiic_   over   the  Canada Drug  __  Book Co.t' storo.  -SraClAt-F-BiBAY-  BARGAIHS=i  Of Infants' Bibs and  Ladies'   and   Children's  Ring-wood Gloves at  M. K. LAWSON'S  NEW STORE.  Opposite Cowan Block.  Tea will be served every Friday, Bargain  Day, from four tosix.  LOST  Between Hotel Revelstoko.and the C.P.R.  Restaurant, a ladle.' rinir, (garnet stone.)  Finder will bo luitnblv re-.vr.r.lcd by leaving  same at the Dominion Express ollice.  Transfer of License.  Take notice that we, the undersigned, intend  30 davs after date, to applv to the Stipendiary  Magistrate for Revelstoke riding West Kootenav for a transferor licence from Cunningham  <_. Belway, of the Queen's hotel, to XV. Price.  C_n.-i_.gham A: BelwaV.  Comaplix, Sept. Sth, 1S98. 67  F2R SALE-  1.���������Business lota on Campbell Avenue. jV  miap for cash.  2.���������A lot in the centre of the hu^Inoss part oi  Mackenzie Avenue. JSO0 in cash and liable to  go up in price before long.  3.���������Business lot", fo foot front, on Flr.-t St.,  ;, between the two bnnks.    Some of the choicest  business property on the market.  il���������Four lots at the corner of Third Street  aud Campbell Avenue���������a good location.  5._Two lots nearlv opposite Samson's residence on Third Street. ~.~0 each. Nice lots  and a bargain for residential purposes.  E16.���������A large frame two-storey residence, Just  erected on Second Street, two minute- walk  from C.P.R. Roundhouse, plastered inside,  fence, verandah.   Price ifl," __i, on easy terms.  7.���������Corner lot, next Itdi'Mokc I'ostoflicc,  I-xant Street.   K150cash.   A bargain.  8. Two lots, opposite J. D. Sibbald's residence on First St.   ~3~0each.  ~. Desirable residence, close to the Cowan  Hlock, cheap for cash. S rooms, bathroom and  pantry.  Straight loans on real property round the  centre of the business part of the upper town.  Ko red tape, formalities or delay.  Apply to  Grogan & Ge.,  AGENTS.  eaters  21. 22, 23, 21 inch  Box-Stoves���������  -' ���������      . .13. 22, 25. 2S,"_0, SG inches  Cook Stoves  -  . $7,. $8. $9 $io,      ���������  with or without, extensions or ranges  Parlor Stoves   J  Base. Burner.-..  Om i-vy's Sell feeders  lilii  r  jfl-l        IaI*"-"-������ ��������� ��������� _  3  Gut Nails  ALL SIZES  Wire Nails  "-AMisSIZES-^-  Finishing* Nails  ALL SIZES  Villa Locks  Inside Door Sels,-  Outsido Door Sets.  Rim and .  Mortise Locks  ALL KINDS  Hammers  Disston Saws   -  Planes, all kinds  Claw ana Lathing Hatchets  lepartmental  0f_������=__  :mm  al���������-  Tar Paoer  _n_  mg  Paper  WHITE     LEAD.      PAINTS     AND  PAINT BHUSHES.   BOILED  AND RAW OIL   -  and many olher lines  whiih  Buildo'-s  may want.  Dining tbe coming week special  prices will be given upon all the above  lines.  O.B. Hume & Co.  The Emphasis of Low  Prices  Worthy goods of eveiy sort  are cheaper now than we ever  remember.  Prices ai c down to rock- bottom, and tae selling capacity  ol' this business is the power  by whicli we control and distribute bargains."  The more business we mass  together Lhe better chances we  give 3*011 to be thrifty.  . Developing this into a departmental store is bringing  the'crowds in greater numbers  and special values are snapped  tip in a hurry.  The reason' wh v ih ings move  so quickl}" may be that you do  a goOJ deal or looking before  you .come here.-'--   '      - -   ���������    ���������  '--.;.���������;,   ;     '-,,,    '',"   ���������",.".-'.-.    --.:&:���������  Great-Bargains' in'Every'-.,  Department   ,  "Glove department���������^ plum  for eveiy cut-tomor. About 10  di.'7,en is whnt .we have remaining ot our ^big purchase  50 dozen of Emil Pewny & Co.  Lest quality Kid Gloves, four  button length?, in all the leading shades, every pair perfect  lilting. They were manufactured to retail at ������1.50, which  ia their actual value. Monday  vve place~tiiem ~6:r"sale~at-tlle.  phenominally low'price of 90  cents.     As usual 3*011 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 thades, 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.  1?)2 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 gi-ae cotton, good useful  quality,that you'll pay 7 csnts  tor elsewhere, here 20 |yards  for 81. _     ���������  Flannelette, 25 yards good  flannelette for 81  The Great Departmental  Store for the latest novelties  in mens' neck wear., -Ilats,  Clothing, etc., lowest "prices  and largest assortment.  TROUT LAKE DISTRICT  ONE  OF   GREAT  PROMISE   AND  ABOUNDS WITH MINERAL .  RICH GOLD AND SILVER MINES  A Railway to be Constructed Shortly  from the Head of Kootenay Lake to  Trout Lake City���������Capitalists are  Looking Over the District.  (From the Trout I.ako Topic).  Few towns are, possessed of greater  promise or of finer natural advantages  than Trout Lake City. This thriving  town from its location in the mining  division of Trout Lake is bound * to be  tlie headquarters for the various companies which will, in the future, operate tho rich gold and silver mines  which have boon- discovered in the  dislrict during tha past four or five  years. It is located at lhe northern  extremity of Trout Lake and will  command, the supply trade of all the  country bounding its shores, au.1  wliich recent exploration Ii;i3 douion-  sti-ated lo be second-to none in British  Columbia as regards the richness of  its ore bodies. It is connected by  trail and wagon road with till tbe  principal mines of the district. Then,  too,,Lardeau Creek'empties into the  lake oil tbe eastern side of the town,  and a large sb.-ue of the trade resulting from tha operation of tbe mines  which aio dotted" heie and there on  the mountains on either side, of the  valley will find its way to the mer  chants of Trout Lake Cily..  It is- further..expe(."led . that before  many-months a line -of railroad will  bo constructed'" froirf= the, head..'of  ..Konleiriy Luke tj_ Trout ij.ike City,  and from tlience t(\,An-owhi-n'd, with  branch lines-up the north and south  forks of Lardeau creek to the rich  mining properties of tlfat neighborhood. And in this event sill the ore  fiom these muies would have to puss  through Trout Lake City, unking of  this town a railroad centre arid the  chief distributing point fur the district.  Already the initial si.ep _h.-is been  ta-feen towards solving the problem of  tran-por.ation and it will'only be a  few weeks uutil a steamer is iu-lhe  "course of .construction to operate.on  the lake and carry supplies to the  seVeriil^points-tiiereoh~nearestr"and  connected by trail with the scene of  mining operations.  To reach Trout Lake.City from the  main line of the C.P.R., ears will have  to be changed at Revelstoke and the  train running to Arrowhead boarded.  Arrowhead is some 2S' miles distant  from Revelstoke and is situated at the  upper end of Arrow lake. From this  point Ji short I rip Iiy water lands the  traveller at, Thomson's Landing, from  whence a stage line runs throughout  for the beauty and grandeur of tho  mountain scenery through -.which the  route passes. At all points along the  path of journey the very best of accommodation is available, and when  Tiout Lake City is reached the choice  of four hotels, Ciich equipped in first  class style, is presented to the truv  eller, and no mailer which one of  these he selects for his temporary  home, his comfort will be carefully  looked after. i  After having finally settled, himself  to his satisfaction be will find on  iu-pection that tbe town is possessed  of fcur stores in addition to the hotels  mentioned, a sawmill, a postofllce, a  telephone service, with outside points,  a schoolhouse, a meat market, a printing ollice, barber shop, blacksmith  shop, three livery stables, government  buildings, drugstore and assay oflice,  If he decides on settling in the district he will find that as the townsite  of Trout Lake City has been crown  granted, he will be able to procure a  clear title to any lots whicli he may  chance to purchase. If he is fond of  sport ind would fish or shoot, he will  find the lake and the creeks emptying  into it. abundantly stocked with the  speckled beauties, and the mountain  slopes .surrounding the lake presents  tbe very best opportunities for. the  use of the rifle. Game of'every description abounds, among the different  varieties may be mentioned: Caribou,  ^Ybiintain goat, bear, wolves, cougar,  lynx, grouse and cluck; in fact lo the  practical sportsman this part of tbe  .district presents innumerable "advan  tages for the indulgence of his  favorite pastime.  If he has come in with lhis intention  of investing in mining properties or  for purposes of exploration, he will  lind that this point is the very best  one he could select as his headquarters  It is centrally situated and from here  he can operate in every direction.  His position at this point commands  the whole lower lake section and the  Lardeau-Diincan counlry. It is within  two hours ride of tho north and south  forks of Lardeau . creek, and is the  terminus oC the stage line from Thomson's Landing. Last summer some  wonderfully rich properties were  located within a very short distance  of Tront Lake City, and just as soon  is tlie season is sufficiently advanced  lhey will be worked, and it is confidently expected by their owners that  before snow flics next fall they will be  shipping ore. The ' pioporlios are  situated on Humphries. Glacier, Five  Mile, Canyon, tind Haley creeks.  Taking all things into consideration,  then, it will not be an exaggeration,  in view of the exceeding richness of  Trout Lake ores, and the remarkable  progress that lias., been made during  the past year, I hat Trout Lake City  will develop into one of the largest  and liveliest towns in West Kootenay.  THE BANKJiQBBERY  Police Actively at Work   on   the   Winnipeg Mystery���������Manager Warned  Winnipeg. Oct. 0���������The police are  working very actively on the Wolsen's  bank robbery case, and hope to be  successful. All the other banks have  been warned of the robbery and asked to keep a watch for the stolen  money.  It is learned tint the money, (337,-  000 in ordinary bank notes and $25,-  000 in clearing house certificates, was  in the treasury on Wednesday, "Sep  tember 2Sth,' the last time the treasure  box was opened prior to the discovery  of the Ihfft." on j.,Tuesday-, afternoon,  Oetob6r,_th..___;'4r30 o'clock' in the  afternoon. On the, 28th. the money  was seen by the clerks in charge. It  .was not counted, but by its bulk it  appeared to be intact. On Tuesday  afternoon last, when .the treasury was  again opened for the purpose of making a deposit the treasury compartment was empty. The lock combinations of the vault and the vault itself  paesented no signs of having in any  way been violently tampered with in  order .to gain an entrance to the  treasury department and it wns realized that some person or persons who  knew the combination had committed  th������_ro_bb_ery, Fiy.e_co_tn.biiialioii._locks  and one key lock have to bo opened  before the treasury compartment can  be entered. Each combination is  known only to one man, and tbe final  door opening into the treasury com  paitnient has two combination locks  and two inen must-be present when  the door is opened. Ono of these combinations is supposed to be known only  to the manager of the bank and the  other to tbe accountant, or in the  absence of cither to some one designated by the manager. Thero arc  probably threo or "four members of  the Molsons' bank staff who know the  combinations of the main portion of  the vault.  THK HANK WAS WARNED  Several weeks ago Manager Phopo.  received a warning from a well known  private detective that un attempt  would be made to rob the bank. He  gave the name of one of the parties  implicated in the plot. In consequence  of this warning two clerks have slept  in tho bank every night since September 12th. That that plot had any  connection with the robbery of the  ."502.000is not believed, for tbe mnn  whose name was given .to Manager  Phepoe was in jail at the timo and i.s  still thore, serving three months'  sentence.  FISH GREEK GAMP  A   District   of Rich   Mines   and   Prospects That are  Reliable  To the Eilitor of the Hkkald.  Sin: I have noticed with pain that  nobody .appears to have thought it  worth while to send you an account  of the Fish creek camp, and Lhought  il time something was said of our rich  mining district, a fow remarks might  prove interesting to you or some of  your readers. Our district is small,  and if not young iu settlement, is certainly juvenile as regards the quantity  of "development work done in the past.  This year, however, a new rcgims'lia.-  been inaugurated and our old prospecting friends have devoted moro of  their time to opening up properties  which they already possessed, with  results whicli have proved eminently  satisfactory. My memory is bad, but  it this moment I can recall the names  of a few of the long list of almost  phenomenal propositions which are  located tributary to Fish creek. .Pool  creek runs in on tlie east side about  six miles from the mouth, and on this  creek and Moh-iwk creeks are locat-'d  tbe Beatrice group, owned by Messrs.  Boucher and Fitltnur, and at present,  under bond'to Beer Bros., of Kelson,  at lhe (omrnrlalile figure of $150,000.  The Mohawk, Glacier and Pom-man  groups, all of whicli have hail 'nioie or  less development work-done on them,  and in every case large bodies of high  grade ore has been discovered, About  one milt" further up Messrs. Tweedlo  and Baud ry are hard ".it work under  the direction of W. J. Girard, opening  up a first-class copper claim which  tbey discovered early in the summer.  Four miles north Lexington creek  furnishes us with at least forty claims  of varying, hub for the most part  undetermined value. Prominent  among tlicm are the Nellie group  with a crosscut 25 feet below the  surfaco, exposing a fine body of ore,  consisting of galena and carbonates,  and the Lexington, for.which a "large  figure was retused last summer."Boyd  Creek "contributes the Glengarry,  which, under the management of O.D..  Hoar, has recently made a shipment  of high grade ore. The Kootenay  Chief, belonging to Blackwood Bros.,  of Winnipeg, with a very large body  of galena in sight, and in the Silver  Tip basin are located some excellent  claims by Mr. Lux, and three by Mr.  Ernest, of which, at least one, the  Copper Cliff, is for an undeveloped  claim, tbe most remarkable in tbe  district; fifteen feet of mixed quartz,  copper and galena, assaying 2-10 ounces  to the-loii;-" ' ~~ ��������������������������� ' '��������� ������������������=���������  This is only treating of the east side  of tbe creek, and although the west  side lias just as good a right, to be  considered, this letter has already run  to such an unaccountable length that  I will content myself with mentioning  the Whistler, on McDougall creek,and  the Copper King and Sunset on Men  heimick ci eek.   ���������  Yours truly,  B. E. G.  Comaplix, October 5. 1S03.  NORTH K001ENAY MINES  BOUND   TO    PAY    LARGE   DIVIDENDS  TRANSPORTATION    IMPROVING1   .  .   GROUND HOG BASIN  Some Fine Samples   Brought   in   From  That Camp  Gns Hedstrom came dnwti on Monday from Ground Hog Basin,"-bringing  with him about 22 lbs. of excellent  samples of free milling ore. Mr.  Hedstrom was showing the samples  to a Herald reporter yesterday, and,  to say, the least of it, they were the  finest collection of free milling samples that we have yet seen in the  country. Every sample contained  free gold that could be seen with the  naked eye. The scmples are all frrnn  thu property owned by the London  and II. C. Alliance Co., of which Mr.  Erbslow is the manager.  THOMSON'S LANDING  Business Brisk���������Miners Hard at Work  Developing Their Different Properties  ��������� News :n General���������Personals.  (From Our Own Corresronilen;.)  Thomson's Landing, October 7.���������  Geo. Newman, general merchant, of  Ariowbe.id. paid nsa visit last week.  Hit was on his way. to Ferguson on  limitless. v  Voting on the Plebiscite was not  very encouraging, only nine voles for  the bill were polled.  Richard Craig and wife, left here on  the 29th. They intend visiting Vancouver, Victoria and tlie Royal City,  before starting for their old home at  Truro, N.S.  The Pioneer hotel is now having a  doublo run since October Ist,  as on that date T. XV. Graham, of the  Prospector's Exchange, closed tlie  dining room with 23boarders on^ very  short notice, but he intends running  the bar and beds for a time yet.  Billy Johnston is still with us, but  says he must leave soon to look after  his property, the Bad Shot mine.  Malcoin Beaton is still taking ore  from the Ethel to Trout Lake City  for shipment. A cabin is now being  buiit at the Ethel and preparations  made for comfortable winter quarters  with the intention d shipping ore all  winter.  Mrs. J. XV. Thompson left this  morning for the coa.-t to visit her  parents and their children.  Wc had our first heavy frost last  uight.  Trout Lake. Arrow Lake, Big Bend'  and Illecillewaet Mining Divisions  Developing Rapidly���������A   Bonanza   for  the Capitalist���������Pay Ore is Plentiful.  (From the Spo-diio Spoke.laini Kcvlsiv)  ON AKHOW  LAKE  Mining in this district  may  still   be  said to be in its  infancy,   iiut a  large'  number of claims have  boon   located  near Burton City,  on   Cariboo  creek,-  at   lhe  lower   end   of   Upper   Arrow  Lake,   near Galena  bay, and   on   the'  western side of Upper Arrow Lake, at'  a point nearly opposite  the Halcyon  hot   springs.    Especially   on   Cariboo'  creek are  the  prospects  encouraging. ���������  Thtte   is   also   a    property   close  to  Arrowhead,   on   the   northeast   arm",  known as tbe  Great   Western,   where'  the work done is showing up well. The  ore generally   is   a- galena,   having  a*  value of from $10 to SSG per ton.!  RKVELSTOKE A:.~n DIG TJEXD   "      ..  More activity is  going  on   in   this-   '  district than for some time past.  The principal work   o.n  placer  prop-'  erties is thut on the French creek and5  Consolidated creek claim-,, where  the"5  gold   dust   taken   out   has   averaged  S250 per week.  -The quartz properties of the Carnes'  Greek Mining Company, known as the  Homestead,      Hard pan].      Aberdeen,,  Rosebei-y,     Salisbury.    Arsenic    and  Imperial are showing up well.   ..These  are     situated     about   HO   miles  froin  Revelstoke, which gives them a great   -  advantage  over other  claims  in   the  Big Bend and  assays, run  as  high as  SJ5 to the ton in gold and some silver"  values."-' ..���������.. .-. -;..,,.'���������..-, '   - .  ; There is a considerable  number" of  other   placer properties and  mineral'.  claims beiug developed at the  present,  time, with, in some cases, encouraging  results.    Hitherto lack  of transport:.-J  tion facilities has' acted as a detriment' ���������  to the Big Bend country,   but -in  this  respect a slow but   sure improyement  is takingfplace, and confidence ,is. felt  in   rei-ults   eventually   proving   satis--'*  factory to those now  investing judic- '  ioii-ly   in  mining   properties in  this ',  portion of the Kootenay.  ILLECIT-LliW.-ET DIVISION  This division, which may be said   to  commence some miles cast of Revel- ���������"  Tloke on fhe maiTTIiiie eif tlie"Cana<lian  Pacific   Railway   is   well   situated  as '  regards transportation facilities.  The    best  known    properties     are  those   forming  the  Lanark  group  of  claims   (belonging    to    the   Lillooet,  Fraser River and Cariboo Gold Fields, *  Limited) about 15~in   all,  situated   on  the mountains aiiout three miles east '  of    Illecillewaet     station.     On   .the *'  Lanark vein itself the vein was tapped  at three levels above   the  lowest  or  -400-foot level.  jtii aerial tramway was constructed"  in 1S97,  about  Co."i0  feet  in   length  to  connect   the mine with  the flat adjoining the Canadian Pacific Railway  track, closo to which  r. concentrator  was   built.     During   last   year some.  1700 tons of concentrates weie shipped  to   smelters   in   this   country,   of  an  average value of about  ST5  per  ton, '  silver and lead.    The concentrator is '  shut down  for  this   moment, and a  systematic plan of development work  is under   consideration.     The owners  expect to sink down in ore on  the 400"-'  foot> level and at thu same time crosscut on   that   level   to   tho   adjoining  claim,   the   Maple.   Leaf,   to   connect  with the ore body exposed on it.  On the Waverly and Tangier properties, near Albert Canyon, extensive  development work is going on. the  vein on the former property -having  been tapped at three levels, the lowest  being at a depth of 009 feet from the  out cropping"! on the surface. At this  P-opei-ty'a concentrator is being built  ibi _ sunimer.afler which it is expected  a regular output will be maintained.  The concentrate's have a value of  about ������70 to the ton in silver and  lead.  The Dunvegan mineral claim, near  Fis-h river, shipped during 1J_>7 nearly  50 tons of ore to the Si'Iby .smelter at  San Francisco, the ore os.-,ayiiig 00  ounces in silver and i'Z per cent. lead. :  The claim has been bonded for-$15,0-0  with a good probability of a sale  being effected.  It is expected* shortly that the development now being prosecuted in  this district will biing it into much  more ' prominence than at any time  lilt hei to- Revelstoke   Herald  Published in intercuts ot  R ir elstokc, Ijirilenn.  Hik Uosil, Trout I._il:o  illeciliuA-i.oi, .._lh_ri (Junyoii, .Inrrtnii  i'-^-ii.id Ka^m PUb_ OiairiclH.  A. JOHNSON Peopriot,     .  A. Scmi-W-oUlj" JObinul. iiubliuhi-d in tlio  Inicn-oi-ut _lo.c-.iuin> unil llio ourrouniiiiiK  di-inct, Wcilucaduy- i.i.a -i.Iiirdii-u, i__-!_K  ;lo������i.icuui.-������iloiia wllti iilll'i'inji-  ._dve.i_.ii..- IIiulu:. iii. |H8>- tt<l*. 51 -"0 ~>"r  coluuinu cl..*iwn'i inch wli-iili" rudon title  uRirc������ Unl aw lie P-r (noupurcil. lino fur  KSta_������_ o: io fur each aiiilUl-iuil; ��������� BWliou.  KoedinK noiic-H, I.w por .lino ������h imuu. Buih,  -rfarri-KK Kiid Denth i.ouccn, treo.  Subscription l_u,.-~ hy "mil "ir '"'irrl��������� ��������� $-> W  per annum; V-l."5 l"'" si" luoiitlii. blrioll} m  advance.  onr  Job  Impertinent:  Department  u. ono  of  that an investigation was urgently, de-  niiinded.  ..lore   indcpcndeni     testimony     has  . been published  through the world  by  j lieiiiers well  known news agency.wlio  i sent   their  special   representative,   Mr.  ! il.  S.   White  lo   Dawson.    Mr.  Wlnio  disposes ot the favorite Urit. arguincnt  ilitu the kickers are Toi ies tuul  \ au-  koes.    He says:    "As for the Question  ot those who are doing tlie kicking  mil complaining, as a matter of fuel  \ JABS WITH THE LANCE.  prii.ti_.if o_.-i������ in Wi__i Kootim .-. ynl >���������" ������J  pared io execute Ul kinds of vnalmKin "lot  cIkss ������iylo i.l honesl prices    Ono prico lo^ll.  I .ii: Hki-.ai.ii Job  llio    Iici   I'niiippcd  und ii pre-  "      '    t  oiderD|iroi.ipuy >'ile������i'od lu-   Oivo lid a trim  ei.cuuu_iij auliicciuf li.ur._t '.o ihu Buuernl  -libiio -nd deiirou lellubl' rugul.ir corrcs-  oind-nl    in     i-verv     lociili ..iirrounduiK  KSrJ>-������ke?   In-lle_8CH the liom, lido imint-  ol the. SVfcr luU-iaccomviiny nimiuscnpt,but  not iiccfc-mri.y fur piibliciitim..  Address nil co-niniinieiitions  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoko, a. C.  , _.-- _-^ _-_��������� _-  Wo often have to envy the life some  of our friends lead. Their total and  complete independence excites our ad-  niii ation. Smart enough to make  these were almost exclusively Br.t.sii moR0Vi Uitv know how to use it.  subjects, and particularly the Aus- Thev l,.u.e naught what people may  iriilians." Mr. White charges ihttt U]hl"|. of ihoU. numerous ,,n^nilllloos.  -iniornmlion is to my rcriain know- 0 s SSC(J lhi;v .���������,0 ol- such a ,.,..,dy  ledge sold privately  by olhcials,  thus ' . ,  tha I   makes     their  placing   the   poor   man   who   cannot ,'. ,    1-ri/!Ilt-irf .ir,..li(1 ,���������" ,.emon.  allor.l    lo pay   at a  very sonoi.s d s- w  advantago.  ~   NOTICE TO C0F._ESP3HB__ IS-  I All correspondenco mint bu legiblj  written un one side of llio papor only. .  ���������> Uurrc-ondeiiue coiitBinniK peiciiimi  matte? mn-S be ster-ed wilh lb. pr per .mine  CVh.e;orre"onde.,ce with roforoi.ee.W ���������������>>  think- thai bus appeared in another P-jo  mist first bo ofi'ereo for pub leiuicm to .hul  paper before it can appear in Una Hkkai.1).  1   have   referred   to   tint"  .ind   olher    similar    mailers  in    my  letters as "the trallic that goes on  by  way of the side door'.*'  ��������� uao.t oip  io miioa mil ui lP'.u .louioui:  lu the ltossiand Minor oi rieiiieiuuei"  2Ulh ilr. A. Ersk'uu. Smith drives  tation of Mr. Sifton's proteges. "To  sav the least," in his opinion, "tilings  are not as they should be. The same  state of affairs would not be tolerated  in any South African or Australian  mining camp for 2-1 hours."  But probably the strongest chai-gos  are  those  of  the    ltev.    11.  Gardiner.  done in a bold biave way, as much as  to say "what care I for people's t ilk,  1 am not asking them for anything V '  dThcy travel arouiul and see all theie  is to bo seen. Any deserving cns~! of  charity appeals to them. They have  to much sense to get married���������wi  entertain you when you call on tliom  without doing lhc bore act. When  one fools mean, blue, sick or despondent, call on these people and thoy  , will cheer you up. buy a eoi'l hot an.  do you mom real good than a thousand sermons-,. They know how you  fool   having  been   tliero.     They  wont  SATURDAY,       OCTOBER    8,  . SOS.  .    Canada's   Disgrace  From The Calgary Herald  When The Herald a few weeks ago  published some serious charges against  the Sifton-Walsh administration in the  Yukon a number of papers whose zeal  for the government exceeded Iheir  respect for the truth tried to shield  their bosses by ridiculing and attacking us. Now the laugh is on the other  side. The evidence brought down by  scores of returning Klonclykers has  not only confirmed The. Herald's  charges but revealed a. state of official  rottenness and disgraceful corruption  and mismanagement that will forever  leave a stain on the honor of the Dominion. The exposures made by this  paper have been more than confirmed  by such independent authorities as The  Times. Renter's, The Graphic, and  Harper's Weekly, whose correspondents can be accused of no desire'to  make things appear worse than lhey  are.  One  of  the  strongest arraignments  oi the administration is lhat made by  Mr.   C.   M.   Woodworth   in   the     Edmonton    Bulletin.      Mr.   Woodworth  was a former member of the .Edmonton   bar.     Writing   from   Dawson   he  says:    "The corrupt and imbecile administration   of  this  country   is   past  description.   I   havo  blushed   so   often  for the good name of my country that  1 have become hardened and blush no  more.    1 can  imagine how visions of  Sodom  would  arise  in  the  minds  of  certain   church   going   people   in   lhe  east had thev seen the social features  ot Major Walsh's regime." Speaking: o������  the mining board organized by Walsh  to supervise Gold Commissioner Fawcett   Sir.   Woodworth     says :       "One  re:tain result was that as to the oaw  ������������������laims on Dominion.they seem to be in  a fair wav to be reserved for friends  at Ottawa':   and as to the bench claims  Major  Walsh   by   issuing  orders  and  countermanding them gave the faithful here a cettain preference, and jobbed   the   honest  prospector.     But  in  ^ihe-i-i"_in_-rocorder-s-o!Uee_a_!_.Ui__in_.  lenities that could be grafted in nourished ainazinglly as if on fruitful soil.  This resulted  from the  fact that the  government   had   blundered   fearfully  in making mining laws for this country.   The most honest and faithful recorder   could scarcely have fitted them  to the set of facts that was here.   Mr.  Fawcett  simply   put  tiie  1S07   regulations in bis pocket and th<~y were noi  known hore  until  the spring ot IS'.'-*  when the 1SS9 regulations had already  supi-eseded     theni.       -Now     whether  claims  staked   ditrin? this  time  xvn-e  ."00 foet, 100 feet or 2=10 feet, or whether there xxeve any reservations d"pend-  _d  upon  whether  the  official   ai.'t4  of  Mr. Kawcett dealing with  the miiwis  over-ride the law made by  the cabinet.    It  is  hard  to  sec  how   the  government  in  these  grants,  ran  fail to  honor  the   acts   of  their  own   official,  but on the other hand Sir. Fawcett is  an exteremly weak administrator.   He  is vacillating and the records  of his  office are so far behind lhat they are  useless: to any but clerks ln his office  and those to whom they supply them.  ������    *   *    *    Corruption     and     jobbery  flourish more than I can even lead you  to  suppose.    Mr.   Faw-U   issues  decrees in direct opposition to the mining  regulations,   and   then   some   fine  morning   revokes   those   decrees,   and  those   who   depended   upon   theni   ..i"~  left    This might be more easily understood if H were not that Mr. I-awcef.  is apparently an honest Christian man.  It would pav tho goverr.ment.howp.ver,  to  pension  him  and  put a  compefn.  mau in his place even if it cost a million  dollars  a  year. .jThe  loss  lo tin  i-ountrv   bv   his   holding  the  posuion  thus far has  fa.r exceeded  that sum:  but   no   corrupt   official   would   do: ire  this man to be removed.   His hones"y  is a cloak to th'jra and his vacillat on  their opportunity."  The fact that Mr. Fawcett was appointed before the present government  caine into power is no excus" for his  retention. Sir. Sifton lost no time in  firing dozens of other officials whoss  oScnce was not a circumstance to this  man-'- Hut probably the explanation  of Mr Fawcett's continuance in office  is that suggested by the concluding  "'-entc-nce of the above extract from Mr.  Woodworh's letter. II is a convenient shield for the official crooks  Another witness against Mr. Sifton s  officials is the Hon. Jos. Martin. H"  has not been lo Dawson, but he to*d  a reporter of the Winnipeg Tnbune  he thought it very significant that  ' there should be such unanimity of  OTlnion on the subject of the offlwala  on the part of to*?*0*?���������?1^  from the Yukon.    Mr. Martin addcci  whose  nstounding revelations    forced (;lu;   lo   yml   a\}:ml   temptations   thev  tho   Globe   to  join  tlio  wicked     tor." . i!llow   nothing   about,   becauso   thei'  organs in demanding an investigation. llilV0  not  nm  ,ll0 g.lu,itIcl cjf ^   tll"e  This    gentleman,    who    war,      seven temptations   themselves ?       IT   thoy  n oaths    in  the    Yukon, emphatically rcn    lliey  W0I.C  sniart  cnol,���������],  (,-,  gc\  asserted  to tho Kingston  Whig thai. Iip on t|lejr foel asain     Cii~0 us    '   .  "it is nothing but a system of hood- p,0 of lhis kjn(1 CVQyv t|mg   .^ ^.j^.  ling from  beginning to  end  tual pro- we   h;lvo   finishe(1   e(iUiug   Ulc     y  vails in the  Klondike.      Mr. Gardinci L:uiee   iu   Uljs   worU1   w(j   w  has,  a photograph    in  his    possession Ul(?m jn                                               wic'<e"l  vliich  shows  over  300  men  standing cense from  lronhu      aii, t-e nt ib=.-'-  outside the post office at l.av.-son wail- nct.k   is  .u  ,.csl       a           u-e lulJtJ-L  ing for iheir mail.    Some of them had ,                             ������   *   ?  ^?}U:  ...���������..!.  flo:u "ccuiv. oven il3io  in XX  ing  waited two weeks for  for letters  from home.  rived  '���������Minors would    go    out  Gardiner,   "locate  claims  .,    ...     ������11-     ,!lle   other   night,  stud    Sir.   wns playing p:i{ei.  and     then  and came out. 5:7  however,   ho  111 pretty g03d lurk  come back lo the Gold Commissioner's He iinmol .ite'.-'liim_il!l Cf l-10 sa:ne*  ofiice to get thorn recorded. -They  would bo told lhat they had already  lieen recorded, or else to call around  in a week or so and they would be favored wlih an answer. In the meantime tho mounted police would bo  sent out to investigate the claim or  claims in question. If the ground was  found to bo at all rich, the miner was  told that it had already been recorded  Sirl.     On   arrival  at    the  12 !-lS%f|i  v.e>'e   becoming  ���������   UtUe   }?������ ola ���������'-"--i  ever getting married at. all  right. Wc didn't do .1 thing to the  stranger. That now black coat we  are wearing ropresjnts' three kings,  and that nice frisky looking hat waich  now covers om* noble brow is the  direct and nulural outcome of three  little aces and a pair of tens, "l'iiio  is a great country for agriculture. Wc  have 10 raise something, ii it is only  liiismg a 111.111 o.it ot htri boots.  ������      M      .  The fete cliampetro given by one  of our genial mei-chams. yr.no h-s  aniiisacfl such a tremendous JCortuui.  out 01' dried apricots, was tho event  of the season. blv_ry one was there,  except those whoso line of credit hat.  been shut olf. These unnappy  pariahs gazed sit the scene tr.i'uugh  glasses from distant hills. ' The bauu,  each mciuuer of which owetl a muni-  oth store bill, rendered choica solcc-  lions from (itlbcrt and John J,. Sullivan's Oiioras. ln view oc' the relations existing between th: musicians and the merchant, "tne selections were chieily taken lrom  Patience.  There  seems  lo  be  a  popular idea  lhal.   the   editor    of  a  country    ra_,  should prjtiso    up everything    indiscriminately.     He  is   expected   t"i   us,,  the  word  "prosperous"    in  reference  to  the  country,   (especially    after    1.  frost    that    has    killed     everything  deader than a string of mackerel); lie  nitust always appiy the word "genial"  to   storekeepers,   (who   advertise   and  put up  the cigars onco ln  a while.);  call the hotel  proprietor    (to    whom  he owes a heart breaking board bill'  a  jovial   bonilacc;   refer    Bami-faccti-  ously  to  a'young Btore  clerk  friend  (whose sister is distracungly  pretty)  "as the rising young man of the town  with  a groat  future;   the postmaster  of  course  must  always  be   "genial;"  and tlio preachers, if not referred to  occasionally    as    "worthy     divines,"  will   wax   so   wrathy   that    tliey   are  liable   to  got  back  at  you  from  the  pulpit  some  Sunday  and  show    you  up in your proper light, which would  he   highly   inconvlent.      Aud     as   for  the C. P. 11., (O, bury me on the lone  prairie!), although they aro the alpha  and omega, tlio llrst and the last, the  middle and  all  the sides, inskio  and  cutslde. the life, the breath, tho nos  Irils,   the  tentacles,  tho  tendrils,  the  bovalupis, the bogey and  the barbed  wire   fence  of  this  country,   wo   are  expected   to  call    them . genial  also.  And yet people wonder how -we go ofi  on ..those  awful  toots.  Not. O timid reader, the wild cako  walk such as some of the gay spirits  indulged in last winter, but as fair  an imitation of a genuine darky cake  walk as is possible under the circumstances. The sloppy feature will  bo carefully eliminated, and lots of  fun, dancing and music may -be  looked for. Every one should make  an effort to be present.  ������ * M  A though lt Is unlikely lhat Lhe  Duchess of Marlborough and Calamity .lane will be able to be present  to give their celebrated wing danco,  arrangments have been made with  Sir. Edward Nunuclcy Id recite  "Curfew Shall Not Ring Tonight,"  while Mr. Kelchcn has kindly consented not to sing. This ought to  fetch   'em.  ���������   .   *  Wc would suggest to the genial  duo who run the lnnisfail Free Lance  lhe folly of overdoing their paragraphs referring to the editor of The  Standard and myself. A little of il  is all right. But a surfeit will tire  U10 public in time. They should remember that the public care nothing  about, us and our personal differences;  it  is  the  newspaper    they are after.  of  her  The girl  great ex-  ��������� mbetl into" thn" r'-"'   v������"ul' dross ana  was  no uso in    disputing    willi    the  to.town to en"  ...      ���������   ,      k the>" n������w  officials in  the  Gold    Commissioner's  th'e  fellow  showe'V'1     '  if it wtis not very valuable ho might hopped about tho"'?.'! at ll."*  bo allowed lo locate-it. This system cUement donned i.o,-'h'"  of doing    business    prevailed:     thoro ciimbert U���������le? I1*1   ������'hor  olhce thai lhc claims had never been  staked out beroro���������they would answer  you sharply and close lhe wickel in  vour race. The books in this office  were kept secret, which is a groat  mistake. Ir. an American mining district you could ask what claims wero  located  on- such  a creek,  river,    etc.  On the wav  showed   h  s  caroi  32.50.  'S smooth'  -������t   hero   tlu,.  '���������������������������ought her up  Uriard  : care for  along siAoot Win ti .E--rylhJlgr     went  ir   tro  sked   her   if  Bhe  would  K   until tliey got to town  eir   troubles   began      v"  |-|'lar"d"ami   a!?-__t0.Jho .?������".<��������������� at the  1 g.ass of wine   m ti-i.i-.i_  , ,   . .      ���������   ''^Ponded   chcerriillv     ��������� ' h  and  the book would  be shown    sou, 1 and ,1(, 0[ crj.    L"**>'  sure   thin.'  [ULU      Lll_      >,,_.._.      ...........      .--.     -  - , '   .   i.iiu     i|������.    ql    CO'll'^ft    ...'/I -----        x.-iig,  and you could see for yourself    wnat j i,imseIf     whip  ,"'   trctl "''Jiskey for  land was recorded and what was not. , know .- <-_ ������������������*���������?���������:V*_ was wanting j0  The. government gave (he officials too | w/lo 5 >   oJtMomo down stn'rj  much power, and they have used 11 ! efc, ���������,���������. frienTl val J-w^i',e d;inks  despotically. Thoro is no service o . .Ion.v-s . n./;^.."^;1? to drown  the   -government    there  which  -.--.  not , ,,.,,,���������,.   the>;   ,v3ul,,   '^������   lI,e Sirl   how  inks won, .!,,!,. ������-.-,!.,       -   e-      - 'is  corrupt.  wei  in the face, of such damning ovid, ���������y the Hon '"ctoif PI ii n P-Cn a tra''  once no Minister cl the Crown can ,Ul,e , , ���������^?������ '!' ".P? '" aP.otty  pretend  to shut his eyes    to the tar-,3 _ ,       h - "<���������^^b--:������-'lore d-hver-  v'itlu.ut  being considered by  the pub-   tr,,ri   .n   Unt,'' 1-      Lh*L he had b������"''  lie  eiiually  guilty   with   the  dishonr-st, ,-..0Kr Xo   ._',;-  officials.  The walls of Brandon lunatic asylum aro said to bo fairly bursting  with crazy editors. Many of them  have been marked men ln their timo.  smart as editors go, and if they may  not be so marked as' they once wore,  lhey   still  have   their  Brand-on.  The remembrance that comes lo us  all once in a while, ospecially during  a fit of the blues, oi how scon we  shall.cease to be you rig, is no pleasant  reflection to man or woman. More  especially i-, the thought depressing  when- one is conscious.; of waiting  one"s time in an ineffectual existence  on the outskirts of civilization.  There are certain moments when the  time, tho lapse ot which wc have  been forgetting all about, makes il-  self suddenly apparent to our, eyes;  when the cj'iango wo had rise beon  notieini. Mares at us suddenly from  a looking glass. The lines and drawn  marks on tlie face might have beon  planted In a single hour, so unnoticed  havo  they been.  Tho half hearted defences ot" Major  Walsh published by government organs iu the east and so proudly reprinted by the Winnipeg Free Press  do not cut much ice against the concise statement of an in-.tiligeni eyewitness. This is what Sir. C. SI.  Woodworth. writing through the Ed-  %"aj'~r:    "-MTr^iSniyfe.T  ���������*���������>   c-tnts.     Th-s w-t?  .-���������..    .    .   ,       ���������"������������������"thing daur.t-d o:i-  '���������-i-i sl.r-.i-il ���������rf t> find  the Rev. Sitae  nc.p.iai   knot. ,\.s  ,         0 it   I o.vi-v'e-, th-j ip -I  ': - "ontle-tEii  O  And.-as   to   tie  :>!' k iv..!.!.!  : a  nionton Bulletin, ._j=>- ."��������������� *-"���������������������������-;"���������'1 f0^  the representative of the North ""ves".; ,, "  government, came in here last-spri  ,.-.,..���������       r' *>bS''nr. and -.vou d  L'..'.'.-tC".::u-':' r'P'r 'Hv    O-r fri n-i       ��������� -;"  ��������� --   l'-s J:r' a~":-i-i-,r It   b  f hie  -ins-.-nis.fv ,H,J nor f:!i- him ?le  ji-.-Teu .-.&.- ....V;r 1,, wiij.t, si,t, n. -,  ' some ro-aiivfts. pr..:nisi:,s h-r t.v  ___._P_-.aX________" 1 j- ��������� .-~ -~S  _.'... -l"���������  and   collected   license   fees    from  saloon  keepers.      Ke    had    not goiv. i  further   when   Walsh   arrived   on   xte  SUT".  ie mad'-! t  ���������fi) i return ins  i oth er  monetae  gi  And   right   here   is   whe".--  i;-e mistak" of his life.    On  ^ ni;  -?.-e,it  straight  into  an-  P3.;"i*   gam'!   and   lost   all   his  ,?->'. sloppy ar.d v.*..u b-ick to  scene and  told  the saloon keepers to j ^^J. "^)l������I'!  ^ "' ���������'*-"  Jm;,',s'  disregard   Bulyca.   acd- that  they  re-  q-.-.ired   no   license   whatever.    He   followed  up this bold  course by seizing  all liquor brought into the country on ; lr.a,-;:,;li u!| ,-��������� . r-,-,-,s  North Yi'est permits and Dawson be- j cam'- to u:; witli irJ  wiile open  town.    Mr. Bid yea ! Pnf]  .0i,]  ,,������ ]!<.;���������  -.ought    an     interview      with     Major , .-onif;   t()   i.s   j 1   tno'n   ti-ijuhU.!;  XX'  toi  ���������  .1 j ri  nv' -  lsli in vain: im propo~ition  i;uidu. vi-.oiidi '.vuiiiii bu heard,  ������������������.nd by the conns took it up. Walsh  instructed Wade, hU lawyer, to keep  th_. thing dallying, and when the  enuri.s had finally pronounced an opinion aciiinst Walsh's conduct he was  cut of the country. Thus liceiiso and  permit, fees to the amount of more  than ".M.'O.uOO were lost lo one government or the other."  Notwithisrandi-ig that he vo'ed for  1 lie Slfton-.-fann-Mnrkenzie tramway  Col. Domville says the Stickine route  '"i.s not. worth a hair pin." Ifc has  seen  it and  he knows.  "Advertising is no . longer an ex-  p'.riment. no longer an undeveloped  theory. Like filectricity and many  ether powers and forces of which men  feared to risk the danger of handling,  advertising has become the mighty  love*.- of successful trade and commerce."  The favored suitor for the hand of  Queen Wilhelmlna is said to be Prince  Frederick of Wied.  Your r.liaro of the coming fall trade  w'.il  depend  a ki-eat  deal  on  you  advertiK'.', and   how  you  do  it.  Tj-I.ters of condolence lo the family  ol the late Hon. T. r. Rayard have  been received from Queen Victoria, as  also from many of the Knglish nobility.  Newspaper war correspondents are  plentiful enough nowadays, but nt. the  battle of Waterloo not one of the  Etif~lish new.'-.papers was: specially represented.  j\t the inquest on Robert Moore,  ".'no war. shot bv flonslabl" Locke, in  the discharge of his duty, the constable was exonerated from all hi arte  as Moore fired first.  '~r mairi-d nf er <-:ll  ownig up frankly that he had lo--r h'-  v.ad, f:������l(lir.~ ',t~t~!.K'jrne bit.f.r!_������' b th-il  i*. beat all how ho hud kwi a... h-j ha-'  Th ; po^r g r'  In   h.r   eye";  11*  h'.r .ito:-.-.     Thev   alwav-  v.-.-  a iroui,!r   b"r-r.;iu.    A- ia- goui' nt-.-  -.-..   ni ������������������'!���������-    I'-'l-   lir:-    .   ,    n.   t^i;..;i    hO.U'.-  in the wagon or a sympathetic farmer, and hy ti;i_ lime sh"- is no dotib-  li'ippy nrain. Thi. onalu to h--- a  \'.K<i?r\ \r, ";jris |],j> |0 marri- p-)>;.>r  players, unb'si thc-y a-.. artNti at t'U  f,"imp.  A . ������  Lot all-us fellows who arc c.n-  il'ictintc iirtlc- n>;-.v.-ipape;s up and down  this line keep koo'! friends and nol  try lo worry th������ life out of oil'.'  another,    It is apt to tire the public.  The onlv s'ti-n wav ri aro'isir-; p-������--  p!'"-'" interest in o-jr-seiv'..; i_ to dp.  Wh"n dead and lyins in ih" coffin  col.-l ..mi white, the main sitiffs of  the-town who d:d not f-ari������miz<> w-f--.  i;-> while we were alive -,yii ct,m_, an-;  sb around the bi^-r wi'i; evo-psaii.-i--  of unuttors.ble :-'adnr-������s., Th'er-- rnav  bo a flower or two, som* mignonette  p-'rehanc", p!';ci:eri , ;,������������������-- some lo-i"  .divinity, hut there wont b-- a-.y rf '!-,"������  lartre influx of. wi-psiths rhat' usual'v  charncterizfl the ob-Hcf|iiie3 of ?re->t  men. The '���������Roberto in porc~>" .fea''iy-.r  ���������-���������orknl In poppies ^nd Kwe<-r. pe,-i_3'  wont be ihcre either. P.i\f ve will ; *  there, with a s.niio of p~-aco. on onr  lips. They will gaz" on 01:- 'ji-iv'.ic  countenance with eyp... w-,t with tn;ir<J  nil say, "il" ivtii ait rit;h!_. but. he ra-i  nee ! "    Then  will   follo-v  -.vh.Mier   ",0   Free   La  the  bleatinjt  niiirrriur  of  Too   had ;  "Too   liad '  of Mr.  apricot  Evrv-  The  The   mir.icalf.   at    tli->   hhni"  OTc.rliiim.    our   Kenial    dried  evp.";���������(,    W!l'_    ;i    KI'PJll    ������lll"( e-5..  thnic: p."is"(l off boaiitifullv  mil-re wiik i-||or.]-jnjj. ji j��������� vow s-'pio-n  i"de"d thai v.-,-i have heard The f.-i-,'  ���������"hoi-rl !-,'i'it; in (i, _ s'vlp in which Mr  OTnrltiim rendered it. and We are  :rl:i"l of it. It s"Tns: a pity this Chord  ~fi iw.t b" fou"������l bv fcihi,' one. It Inn  I:'"!i lo't a lonjT time now.  r' " * * *  The   little   game   of   draw   we   got  into  Saturday   night  panned   out  all  Birthdays    are    Just as    annoying  recurrences   to   men   as to   women.  When  it  comes to the age    feature,  men are as vain    and    sensitive    as  -a omen.   Indeed, we believe  them to  be even greater story tellers in this  respect than the fairer ses.   Usually  we can guage the correct   ase el a  girl pretty accurately    from a knowledge of the various members or her  tangly,  but with  the  lone  man  who  n~~_re~~~Dc<m~"~lniocking ���������abou t-tho-w-orld  vou cannot tell a thing about him in  i.ie ago line.   When he says he is 25,  he is liable to be 30;  If he claims to  be  30,  put . him    down    at.  35;   and  should   ho   admit    40  or    over, 'then  you may bet heavily he is GO or 70.  *    *    *  Another peculiarity we have noticed about men after they got into the  fifties and sixties is that they show a  tendency to voluntarily add 10 or 15  ycar-t lo their real age, in order, wc  D-.-c.-unie, that people will remark of  ijii'tii- "Well preserved old chap  Him, nr, years old and more active  rlnn most of lho younger folk. Wonderful old f-'-'ilow!" And the rascal  if: possibly only i's or T,0. Oh, we are  a  i;i:' er  lot!  m       ������        f  The new organization,' entitled the  Sons of Rf'st. held their first meet-  i!ii: in Wetaskiwin last Tuesday. The  nial-i cjiialificatiir.8 being lack of  money and love cf rest, there was no  !r'j'_!_i_e ln paining all the candidates.  The no-work proposition was also  ..--lly overcome. Tho organizer, who  had come all the way Trom -Winnipeg  -:n the trucka of n freight train,  '.;" i.c-d the rnfi';ting with a chapter  from the Book of St. James, remarking in an audibl. tone if-ldc lo the  f-epnty Grand Past Restful Htm of  ''.C'-t that this was not the first thing  h- bad opened with a Jimmy. S-iine  "-���������_vcrr> tests were p'.t on th" new  mcniLers by the organizer, such tis:  -"iidd'.-Tily ziB'tn? a member to gi out  and rti.t.!r: wood for the stove, bm  none r,' thorn were caught nappin;;.  The Jack ot motif!/ was a!.--i ve.y  (���������'jrnpletf. The org-'iiizor fiAjirefs.vl  hini'f-lf as highly dfliglitfjil, and in 11  'l.'.rl .-.p'ech :-riid thai ho had nevi-r  liefor., f-oiTif, pci-(ik������ a' bfidy of men  who were so fond of Rest as tli'-  rn' mlj.'-rf, of lh Pi Ir.di;", or wlio hud  so little money. After duly enrolling  the narnor. of the officer.- in a 1 it'lo  l>'"ol<l". lhc meeting adjourned, to tiie  i.rar.'-t ho|f~l. whore Ihe genial >ir-  i-nnlzfr surprisn!) the newly rnrul-  l.ii ihi'-n by t'-ying in work the i.-u--  l< iifli 1: He failed tn make it, stick.  'II'" names of tin- oflic'-rs of the lodge  will he piibll..li.,'i| In fuli next week,  '."lien   wo   shall   skip  the   counlry.  .. B JJ  Kniiic- hiiaritv i'. lo bo extracted  finiii the prevailing gloom pretty  s" mn now. On the occasion of the  .".rami ball <o In given bv Mr.  Athanasi' Mirpiflon on the evening of  fall fair day (-Ith October), an accurate exhibition of the cake walk will  he, given by three couples in costume.  Besides, paragraphs of that nature,  unless  wrilcn  with  some  skill,  have  Utile  point.  * *  *  The worst feature about "batching"  is this having to make up your bed  ovory   night  before  crawling  into   it.  ���������   .   *  -Would il not be a grand thing if it  wore vouchsafed to us to Itnow just  how long we wero destined to live.  One could then plan and gauge  p.verything in advance. K nowing  the exact number of days allotted to  us, and our minds ' having become  familiarized. with ihe idea ot sure  death on a certain .day. we could view  the end with serenity of heart. If a  man knew for a fact that six months  hence his light would go out, he  could stop scraping up" money and  go oft on a long finale spree, winding  ar, in a blaze of glory. A stuff, con-  ������������������.cious of having only one year longer  to be a stuff in. woud hesitate before marrying a nice young lady and  leaving her a widow; although there  might be the chance of the lady horse jf being willing to see the fatal  year shortened by six months, so tliat  she could unstuff herself. There are  a lot of things, we would leave .undone, or strive to do, did we but  know the exact number of our days.  However,  for  our  peace  of  mind,  il  may be best lho way it is.  * _  ���������  Then again, if, like nature in the  spring, we could come to life again  some day and begin the thing afresh,  with the use of memory to furnish  the" experience of past follies, how  we " would repent"; and - try to do  better! Our respective views on subjects and characteristics would bo  reversed. The. wicked would become better, and the gocd see the  folly ot being too good lo the extent  of modifying their sluffy proclivities.  Nunnoloy, for example, would he  found running a small grocery anil  affecting total ignorance ot cayuses  and draw polter; Jerry Boyce. woud  conduct evangelical' servicss in tlie  onou air. and thunder out exordiums  a._ainst tho race track: the editor oi  the South' Edmonton Paindoalor  would be running a poker game and  a blind pig, getilng run in and fined  every once in a "while: while we ourselves -would be discovered whooping  up prohibition on tho strou*. corner  like four of a kind. "  IMPERIAL Bi\NK  OF OASADA  Head Office, Toi*~onio  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve    -   -   -   ,-   1,200,06(1  Dira .tors:  U.S. llowlano,  President  T',1 ..Merritt, Vice Pres., (St..-Jiii.luirines)  William Kamsay, Ito hurt Jut-ray,  Hugh ilyan,   T.  Sut.!uj>'la.id St.ayner  Elias i-ogfcri",  D. K. Wilkie, General Manager.  BranohGB  North West and British Columbia  Brandon       Portage la V__.couvei  Calgary Prairie Winnipeg  Edmonton   Prince Albert.   Revelstoke  South Edmonton.  ONTA1UO.  Essex Niagara Falls   ISt. 1 liomas  Fergus Port Colborne [Toronto  Gait Hat Portage       Welland  Ingersoll     HaulL St. Atarie| Woodstock  St, Catharines I  Moulreal, Quebec.  Agents   in-  Great   Hrilaiu1��������� Lloyd's  flank,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  Loudon,  with whom money may ba deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches.       _  Ag.iiits in the United Stales���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bunk ol  A niL'i'ic.-i; Chicago, First National  Uiink; St, Paul, Second National Banlt  Savings Hank Department���������Deposits  of tiil a.ud upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.*  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Avail  able iit all points in Canada, United  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold   Purchased  This Saiil: Issues Special Receipts  which will too accounted for ac any ol  the Hudson's Bay Co's Posts In tha  "Yukon mill northorn districts.  A. H,. D. HEARN,  Mannsoi' Kovelctoke Branch  THE MOLSOI  lmiorporainii by Act ot ir'arllninont, 1S56  Paid up Capital     ^     Jg2,G0O,GC0  Rest Fuqd   -     -     -    1,500,000  Head  OfRee-���������MontPeai  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  W .Molson Macpherson, President  S. II. l_wiiiK, Vice-President  W. A!. I-.'inih.'iy Henry Archbulf  .Samuel I'ir.ley   J. P. Cleghorn  II. Mark-iind Molsiin,  l<". Wolfei-lan Thomas, Gen. Manage* <  A. D. Durnford,   Inspector  II. Lock wood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of individuals,firms,  bankers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  Knglish .and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest, ratnp. i  DRAWOHE8  Aylmer, Out.  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Cut.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Or.t.  ideafiird, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.'  St. Catharine  Uti. Branch,  jMoi'iislinrg.Ont  Norwich, Ont. ���������  Simcoe,  Ontario;  Ottawa, Ont,  Owo.ii Sound, Ont.  Ridge! own,.,Ont.  Smiths Falls. 0~_.li  Sorel. P. Q.  St. Thomas, Out,  Toronto, Ont.  Ta ron 1,0 J unc'n, Ont-  X.eri.on, Ont,  Waterloo, Ont  VV nodal oc.k,On_  Winnipeg, Man  Vancouver, B, C.  Hevelstokc, B. O;  Victoria,  11. O.      Quebec.  Kcvclstokc Branch:  J. D. MOLSON*. Manager.  CHURCH DIKECTOR.Y.  arradiarr  ^aci-flG' "  nasi. way.  AND St Q  PACIFIC  LIN7-  MlCTnODIST      CHUKCII  ���������   RovolBtoko.  Pruucliinu hi������i*viu..n ut, 11  ii 111. unit 7::MI  |i,m.     UIu'-b   niuetiiiii  nt,   tlm   chieo of    tho.  ninrniriK service,    -nhli.ih ccliinl and Biblo i  CIiish at 2:1)0   p.m.     \V. ..kly  ti nyer  meeting  every Wi'dnt'Liilny cvei-inu; ui, 7.3(1 p.m.    Tlio J  pub.icare oordiiilly inriiud.   Sn.ta frco.'  ItEV. S. .!. TUtlSirSON,  Pastor.  piIUHCH. Ot!" l"~Ni!|jANl>-St. Peter's*  *-J Ttovc.Utoko Hour of yervicii: EveninKj  jnnynr il :ily Kt 5 oVl.i,-, l~ini>,ys at 7:30."  riinilfty. hmI l-'o-tiv.ilH: tiniy (-inunumon al.  ii.ni.. mon-ini? prnyur ;i|. 11. tunilny Schoo.1  nnd nihil; (.in <t. a! __:,!.. e\'.i, ini; pri-ytr nt 7::"0.J  KirBt amidiy in thu niuuili Holy CoinniunioE  ut. niorr.inji; Beri-icoji.  FltANK ;V. KURD, Vionr.  'pRKanYTF.1IIA N (IHURf!H���������Royolstolcol  * frorvice. vvvri 'Siu.iluy m 11 u.ui. iind 7:!^S  p in niii'u t'l-Hi ������L 2.-:ii) p.in.-, to wljiclf  i.il nre v.,-'.i;oi:i.!. Player i_j;-c'..i'k in S D.ml  everj VVedin'fliiay.  HEV. T. MKNZIES. Poster.  I ) OMAN OATHOrTtJ'oHtinCH ���������Ilovcil  lx- stoke, ni.iss llivi-. unil Uili-il tJunilnyfeir  month at, 10::"') n ���������������. -      J  ItEV. FATHER THAYER,  O.M.VATION AHU Y-.M-.eiiiics every iiinlj  >J   in ihu i- lm 1 on l'"r..n; S:H'iji, 1  One reason we should so nntc'n  like to die and como to lifo again is  (hat wo could afterwards write for  tho Information ot the public an  official and, trustworthy comparison  between Hades and South ISdmonlon.  e      *      ..  A somewhat, excitlnp,' bc:iic was  witnessed in Jerry Boyce's brar pen  last Monday. It appears that some  si 11 j~__glily^'n ad_bo.ii__waying_.a_eopy_of_  the .lnnisfail Free Lance through the  bars, wheu the bears, naturally seized  with a panic, climbed to tho top ot  the pole in a groat hurry. From this  coign of vantage they gazed down  horror stricken on the little white  piece of paper, and beinn; In a bad  temper began to fight, claw, strike  and bite oj(ie another. Tho crowd  that collected were astounded to see  tho animals suddenly fall from the  dizzy height lo the ground. The explanation of this unexpected cessation of hostilities woll illustrates the  intelligence of sonic of tiie. lower  species. It turned out that .lorry  Poyce, in a momentary ' fit of aber-"  ration, had anounced that ho was  going lo "sot 'em up, and the bears  Immediately took a tumble. If 'this  is not human intelligence, wliat is!  *    *    ������  Owing lo the many other papers  (ihe Macleod Gazette being (he last  one) going in for our, burlesque  "answers to corespondents,"���������a caricature feature which, by the way,  was by no means an original idea  of our own���������we have decided to stop  it in tlioso columns and will try lo  think up something fresh.  Why Jla  rilll-yeil.  City Mnrcliiinl (lo newly engaged portci  from rural district)���������Light tho gas, Prince.  (Five minute." later angrily) Why don't  you turn on tho gusf  Princa���������1 is, boss, nnd jea'o-wnitln fur  de wick to como up!���������New York Truth.  Shor;est   and  Quickest Route  To Yukou and Klondike Gold  Field-".     -   . -. .     '  To l_"isU"ri~ arid l__.urn|)'':ui ptiinls.  ' To Pafilic (Jonst, China, Japan  and Australia.  TOURIST- CARS  I'll-".. Rovr-l t...|<!_ daily .to. St.  Paul, L-xctMH. W.'i'.ni'sdiiy to  custom untilt -.  Mtt g n i lice iu -li-i'i :npr nml dining  i.',".i'-~ in. :il! trull.!������������������..  Tieki't.s i.-Mti'd lliiiiiipli and  'niggagie (.-licckoil'td di slinn (inn.  Loyal  Om._so   Lodge, No. _G5.  JJ      K><h"il _r inrctinsii  arc held  in th  I~    (.KidI'e-iu^.'H' 11 il- on lho bcc.ond nnl  'a    Kii*i'.   v.ihi tdvHiif e!ioh nicntl  "���������j"~>,""     ������'���������   7::_>   P.iii.       VUitiuc   brethrcl  TB"=i-    oonl ii-lvliniTil. J  l>r. T. I ir.., XV. M.i   T .1. Orshiime, Keo. S=c|  W.G. lliimy, Kin. Sue. ;   it.!". Wilion. Trca]  -rf"-���������"***,  j^?.*?7;"p-^S  '^"-.s.--^ Sr .t I. Ir .-j*j__"  l il-if-^V'.'f-^^l  I iMi iC^S^'S i  X vpiSf, ";j&;.ri'.<a  %1-"B.C>^  Court   R!t.   Bcgbitj  i.o.f.. No. s.iei'.r  Sfni-is in the Od'l  fel owh' llall on t)l  .'nd iind IthFridnyBtl  .-i.ttli inniiili. Visitinl  h.-eihrcu" iiiTitod  _.tt eml  .1   ������. !?eolt. C. R.I  '    J.- Ij  Smilli, li.  Daily Trains; Iieavo Ucvolfetohe  K-i. tlintttid 7-.-I0 _i.ni.  Wi'..i lioii'.id x. 5:20 ii.ni.  S .in hlioitiid  lot- all Kooi f ni" v  "~"~li(>iiu~rr.~.'.."...'...'.'.'..".'".'."."._S-������7iiir-i-  For    iiii'oi-uiutioii,   liinu-   cnrilt,  ltiaps and ticlcot"- apply' tc  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Uevolstuko.  XV.    F.    A.ndukson,   Trnvidliiig  l'lisscngci- AgeiiC, Mcl-un.  13.'J. COYLIO, Di-flict  I'll'"'"I'll ge. I"  Agi-iii, Vancouver.  j}evG.8ioi\e  Hospital  M.'itcrnily Boom in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants.  Dp, JV\alloel2  Ni.llihiu lo l'-ivrn.  Ned���������I don't mio how I nm going to got  t-_i)U._,'li thu Kiunmor.  Toi!--What's tlio m.'ittor?  Neil���������Koinn thiof got into the houso last  nighl  ami fciolo nil my v.-intor olothes   Uptu Dr.tb.  I ,f  lt (jioc^ Wjtlwuit tjnyloe.  Kddy���������iiut, I say, don't you ever wnsh?  Tramp (in mock iinliKiintion)���������Wn=li,  d'yerwiy? I.or'lovo yer! Ain't yer nover  fcoon tlio li.'htorinoiii.ili. I'm ahvnys a-f;iviii  to tho boiip peoploy���������Ally Slupor.  -lie TCeHSon.  Spencer���������Wby was Wcylor accused ot  showing the wlilto fouthcr?  I~orgu.cn���������They found ho wroto liis victories with a quill pen.���������Xow York Journal.  A Praiseworthy K-vi.al.  "Is Professor Unrkcr still engaged ln  ���������rchaioloiiic.il re^onicli?"  "Yes. IIo is now getting out o lector*  on tho World's fnir!"���������Chicago Iiwartf.  PhyBioian and Surgeon, McKotzio  .".venue, Ueve.Btol.o St.ition, D. fl.  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ������i Lumber  CUT PRICES  FOR S i*OT CASH  .   Call and sec us. We cun fix you  BtVtLSTGKc SAW Mill5  Hcvolstolie Station. B. C.  TI^g Revelstok.e  Pl70to Company  '    .     Icvelatoke. B. C  s-'lJi.IH: IlOUGLVSSTllKE'l  . Sam Needham  _f*8_*%-fi~P-srkrt Cleaned  HdwriiiAS RTKKi-rr ���������  Hkvklstoki  GJiOlGES'T  ClfiJIRS    ���������  T0BJ1CC0S  CKS..RETTES  SOFT DRIJ.K.S  IGE CR-EJI^ SOD-q.';  ICE CR.EJ..M  Fdoyeli'u   Itepiired end   Por Hire,  ir.lfitf THIP.r) SI'ltEKT CENTB'__  If You Vvant���������__���������_        '.  P.IDRE  COWS jVvILK  Gu'irautcctl. Ur.adulleratcd.  J. n. Hull  81 Company  IS-  Ilutchers    ciitl    \Vho'e?ale    and  Ii. tail UeslTB in Uoef, Pork, etc  Kfll-I_LOOPS and REVSLSTOKE  All or.ier3 io our line prompt'y  filled  L. ������������������  '���������-.A'&&������&  i   r ti-i'-rii'^  . .-'���������-' '-.'*i?l  ---.,."-y^<  ---^_^T,  .   :-X7fegi_  So to 7.HE EUROPE DJIIRV  MRS. F. JULIAN.  L. JI. FRET2J  Contpaetop and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Qu  ood _.__, ���������_"_!������������__-"������������������.*__���������__- ,-i2c!r���������.  V: _ u .aw .V������d2-"--v  i_ft.jia.*jc_vaa(uft!.a  J&  tf  New Tnpple  Alliance  ���������.���������.���������������-���������  BRITAIN, THE U.S., JAPAN  Kitchener   at   Fashoda���������Peace  Commission  THE   NEW CHINESE   EMPEROR  The   Czar's   Peac.<*   C.mgress���������Serious  l-'orest Fires  London. October 3.���������Kwang lisa  will be succeeded by Prince Yin tis  Kmporor of China.  CZAR'S PEACE CONGRESS  The arrangements    for    holding    a  peace congress based    upon    the proposals otiiie    _.zar   oi i.      _    aro in  pi ogress.  KITCHENER AT FASI1O0DA  General Kitchener reached Fashoda  . only  just in  time to  save Marchand  from falling into the hands of hostile  natives.  PEACE COMMISSIONERS  Despatches to the Daily News from  Paris say that the peace commission  may break up without having arrived  at   any     uecision.      aeuaiur     aagasia  having ordered the Spanish commissioners not to yield on the question of  the Philippines.   .  A TRIPLE ALLIANCE  Tlio London Standard says in an  editorial ..ns morning that it is convinced that England could confidently  reckon on tho -United Stales and  Japan rendering assistance in the  carrying out of the necessary reform  measures in China.  FOREST FIRES  New York. October 3.���������Further reports of destructive forest fires are  c-lining in from Wisconsin and  Colorado.  THE MUNROE DOCTRINE  Aguinaldo says that the United  Slates government ought to adhere to  the Mtinroo doctrine in its dealing  with the Philippines."  FOREST FIRES SPREADING ���������>  Denver. October 3.���������Forest fires continue to spread over the west slope of  iho Rocky Mountains, and only heavy  falls of rain can stop them. In the  vicinity of Steam Boat Springs there  has been rainfall which has checked  the flames there, but the fires are still  - smouldering.    '-  uu  THE SIRD'VR TO BE  'I HE FIRST  GOVERNOR   GENERAL  CLAIMS TG OCCUPY FASK0D>  Emperor���������Poiso":  "cr.rv   George   is  New Route  to Europe  VANCOUVER IN THE SWIM  SNOW       IN      MANITOBA  Nurses in Dawson City-  in Manitoba  -Snow  CONSTABLE LOCK ACQUITTED  the  Gold at  Bear   Lake���������Inspection of  Crow's Nest Pais Kailway.  Winnipeg, October 3.���������Navigation is  closed on the Yukon.  COLORADO SPRINGS FIRE  Colorado   Springs,   Col.,   has     been  partially destroyed by firo.  " SNOW  IN   MANITOBA  Snow is reported as having fallen in  Boisscvain and Delorainc.  SNOW   STORM  Saturday night's storm is reported as  general throughout Manitoba.  COLD ON BEAR LAKE  Rich   gold   discoveries  aro  reported  from Bear Lake, 13. C.  CROWS NEST  PASS RAILWAY  (jollingwood   Schrieber,   the-- chief  engineer of government lailways is on  his  way  west  to 'inspect the  Crow's  Nest Railway.  GOOD WORD FOR NURSES-    -  Winnipeg, Oclober 3.���������The "work carried   on   by   the  Victorian  nurses   in  Dawson   City   has   called   forth   high  commendation  fi om Colonel  Evans.  SHOT   IN   A   BRAWL  In a drunken  brawl here yesterday  a man named McKay was shot In the  leg and  it is feared that ho will  bs  subjected to amputation of the member.  NEW ROUTE TO EUROPE  Montreal .October 3.���������The. Canadian  Pacific railway have decided to establish a lino of steamships between Vancouver and Valdivostock."  '    LOCK ACQUITTED  -Yorkton. October 3.���������Constable Lock  of the N. XV. M. P., who shot Moore  near Yorkton,  was  acquitted  on  Saturday by the coroner's jury.  PROHIBITION    NOT    JUSTIFIEI  BY   THE .BALLOT  RECOGNITION    Gi  atiksg'.vir.g Day���������Chi  Victoria��������� Foncd I"  Cattle for Egypt  1 _Q .', if; ij v  l~ii fl _ C il I  iiesc Trcublc" in  sad ��������� '.Canadian  Five' Men   filled   in  in Tcnnesee  Row  JUDGE M'GUIRE  TVPHOID FEVER AT OTTAWA  Henry   George   Declines  Nomination���������  Want More  Protection.  Toronto, Oclober _.���������Typhoid fever  is prevalent in Ottawa.  A heavy fall of snow is reported at  Birtle, Manitoba.  A clearing house has b;en established at Vancouver.  Baron Herschell was banquetted by  the bar of Montreal last night.  Another lotteiy company has been  inaugurated iu Montreal.  A returned prospector from the  Peace river icpoils having failed lo  lind   pay  dirt  in  suflicient  Quantities.  A Tennessee vendetta resulted yesterday in killing five men.  Now ore reduction works are being  built at Norman, near Rat Portage.  Henry George has declined tho nomination .of Governor of New  York.  Matthew Quay, United States Senator is charged with misusing state'  funds.  The Barbadoes require 530,000 for  immediate relief of distress.  Canadian   cigar  makers   are  for higher- duties on' imported  asking  cigars.  GOLD IN -TIIE NORTH  HIS ADVICE.  Daath'of the Chinese  Is Suspecleu ���������  Nominated  London, October, 1.���������Information  has readied here from lho most reliable Chinese house in I\.kl:i that the  Chinese Emperor is dead, and that he  has been dead in fact for some days,  lt is not thought improbable that he  l'.a.-, been poisoned. - The Dowager  Empress has summoned till the doctors of tho empire to the palace, bul  it is merely to lend to his end some  semblance of a natural death.  GOVERNOR GENERAL OF THE  SOUDAN  ,  -Lonclon.-Octobcr .1.���������.The Cairo ..correspondent of the Daily Telegraph  says the Sirdar will become the first  governor - general of tho Soudan.  Marchand .was ln sore straits when  tlvj Sirdar arrived,- aud was glad to  receive supplies of food from the  latter, without which he would have'  been compelled to quit Fashoda.  Marchand is unable lo produce any  auuiority from the French government for holding the place.  HENRY   GEORGE,  .lit.  New York. October 1.���������At a meeting here last night to discuss tlio  Chicago platform tho Democrats ol*  New York State nominated Henry  George, the son of the great single  tax advocate, to head-tho independent  Democratic ticket.  VISIT OF BOSTON ARTILLERY  Boston,    October    I.���������The    Ancient  Honorable Artillery company of j_.os-  ton will visit Quebec next week.  British  Columbia- Politicians   Adopt a  New  Cry.  Ottawa, October 1.���������It is stated here  that one of the planks in the platform now being constructed by the  Hon. Joseph Martin and his-colleagues  is the acquiring of th!2 Yukon gold  territory ror British Columbia, -ine  Pacific province is already very largo,  bul her statesmen are ambitious  enough to believe that they could  well administer the mining territory  lying north of theni, particularly as  the Yukon is but au extension of  British Columbia and the .same character-of mining country" is-common  to both. -"��������� ',:  An effort will therefore lie .'made by  thc new government to gel;the now  boundaries of the province extended  northward so as to include the coveted  gold fields. Mauy peoplo believe thai  Erltish Columbia, with mining already  her principal industry, could govern  the Yukon to much better advantage  than the Dominion ministry. i ne  movement m British. Columbia lias  been Riven an additional stimulus by.  a resolution passed in the North West  Assembly to the effect that the territory lying respectively north of Manitoba tind British Columbia should be  ceded  to  tlioso provinces.  Winnipeg, Oclober .1.���������Prominent  temperance men admit that the result of tho prohibition plebiscite would  not justify tlio passing of a prohibition  law.  THANKSGIVING  DAY"  Ottawa,   October   1."���������An   order     in  council  was passed yesterday setting  apart Thursday. November the 2Kb as'  Thanksgiving day.  INCREASING ASSESSMENT ��������� ���������  ,a Toronto, October l.���������Tlie assessment, of Toronto foi" the year 1S99  shows a slight increase.  ELEC ITON   PROTESTS  ,  Arrangements havo bee'ii arrived, at  to drop 22 of the election protests in  Ontario.   RECOGNITION OF BRAVERY.  Lda Smith, lhc heroic jMcrriton  school teacher will receive pulilic recognition- of her bravery during the  late cyclone.      ' u     . '  FISHERIES INSPECTOR  Ottawa.Octobor I.���������A.'W.-CoIcleugh,  Selkirk, will succeed La Totichc Tupper as fisheries inspector.  CANADIAN  CATTLE    FOR    EGYPT  Montreal. October 1.���������The shipment of Canadiau cattle to Egypt was  lho chief feature of the past weBK's  trade.   -  TRADE  FAILURES  The total number of falluioi iu tho  Dominion during the past nino months  have been the smallest during tlie last  ten years:  Winnipeg.October 1.���������The Lake Win  nipeg fishermen have formed a union.  ���������DIG   WHEAT YIELD  Big wheat yields are reported lrom  the Dauphin district.  FOREST  FIRES  Destructive forest fires are still raging in Wisconsin and Colorado.  ���������     CHINESE FACTIONS  Trouble   is   reported   between   rival  Chinese factions-in Victoria, B. C.  "'  C.  P.   R.   LAND  SALES  The   Canadian   l'acllic   railway   reports having sold 18,000 acres of land  during the month of September.  FOUND   DEAD  The body of an unknown man was  found yesterday at Portage creek near  Portage la Prairie.  W. 3. McLean, who accompanied  tho Yukon Valley Prospecting Association over the jiidinoiuon route, and  who prospected around Fort Resolution says:  "The country around Great Slave  lake is decidedly an auriferous one,  and I have no doubt that valuable discoveries -will be made in that region  before long.  ���������ine   iiariy   reaciieu    ureai     oiuve  lane aDout the Hist or August, ana  after arranging matters and instructing them how to proceed, 20 of the  parly with two boats left for the  Liard river. - I have no doubt they  havo reached a point by this time  that would enable them to do some  valuable" prospecting this fall. The  balance of the party- are wintering at  Fort Resolution to protect certain  interests there. I left them all in the  best of health and spirits on August  24th.     ' "   ','  -The report thai we had discovered  largo deposits of galena is correct,  i do not attach much importance to  that, however, as the difficulties of  mining would put it out of our reach.  "Our party was" composed entirely  of Americans; from Chicago, Jolliet  and West Bay City. ' 1 found them a  nrst-class set of fellows. We had a  doctor, a" civil engineer and a mining  expert. The party was thoroughly organized-being managed by a board of  management, had a commission, etc.  Wo did not havo'au accident (luring  tho entire" trip." .  ���������'Did you seo any-"of the . Helpman  party?"       " ,     '  "I met four of the, Helpman parly.,  On pi. Hail. Dr. Hallwrighi.- Messrs.  Simpson and Bannister, on Sheep.portage as I was coming out. These are  the only members of the party that  are going" on to the Liard. They are  in good health and hopeful of reaching their destination. I understand  that some 'of the party returned'-' to  England and somo are still in this  country. * <  "Tho Great Slave lake," said Mr.  McLean in answer to a question, "is  an immense body of -water about 500  miles in length as near as I could  judge. It is a beautiful lake filled  with thousands of islands and resembling the Lake of the Woods in  thai, it lies in a rock basin, but its  sl__i-~csr~ian~d~islandswaro��������� treeless: Appoints the rocks rise sheer from the  water edge to a height of hundreds of  feet. The water itself is as clear as  crystal and very cold. It"teems'with  fish, especially at the mouths of many  of the rivers that How into the lako  and these can be seen swimming about  in the clear water. Salmon and  speckled trout and white fish are the  principal varieties.' At one. point a  glacier flows into tlie lake. This portion of the lake is practically unknown, never having been even travelled by whito men. It was. in this  part of" the country lhat 1 secured  some of the samples of gold ore I  havo brought back with me."  The Dawson Nuggit   on   his Lordship  and a   Contemporary.  (From The Dawson Nugget.)  "Our asinine contemporary of tho  Midnight Sun strikes pay dirt when  he says of Judge McGuire: "llu had  the respects of the bar and the confidence of-the people." Words cannot  express our contempt fur tho .Midnight Sun, the subsidized organ of the  government, the slave of monopolists,  the mouthpiece ot lyianny. The editor i.s a poor, weak, red eyed creature,  with a 'quonsy stomach for our virile  brands of whiskey ami a sneaking regard ror cigarettes. xxe ourselves  have seen him gag at. a strong pipe,  and as for chewing tobacco ho does il  so half heartcdly lhal lie swallows the  juice. He is always complaining of  Red Mike's table d'hote, and says that  salt pork makes him billions. His  greatest dissipation is lo wear a clean  shirt, and as for cards, he will never  vi-mure beyond casino and old maid.  lt is rumored that ha plays "authors" with his oik- compositor, drinks  tea, and likes cats.  When we came to this God-forsaken country the very inhospitality of  the climate provoked all our lighting  qualities at once. We developed all  those manly qualities whicli have  made us a prime favorite at the saloon, the dance hall and poker table.  We have never failed to bluff on a four  Hush, even it it tool, the AVashington  press. Wo havo put moro whiskey  down than any two men in Dawson.  We have tried to put ourselves in  touch with the peoplo, also we think  that it may be said of us, also, that  wo have the respect of the bar (Rod  Mike's" and the confidence of the poo-  pie. Whon we came to Dawson the  first question we asked was: "Is  there a government here?" They told  us  "yes."  "Then," said we, "we're agin it."  Here is where our unfettered proletarian soul showed itself al the first  jump.  Such being our manly code, it is not  surprising that we didn't cotton to the  idiot who edits the Midnight Sun. It  is surprising, however, to find the  aforesaid idiot pn tho same side of the  fence with us wilh respect to Judge  Mcouire, who is to leave us soon for  lhe effclo east. Judge McGuire is au  honest judge. * He is not looking for.  a rake off and in a-cold country- he  he has given.us what Mr. Hardy calls  "warm justice"' The judge, we may  remark is a" man Willi a big JI. We  have seen the judge lake his liquor;  and he does il in a judicial aud appreciative way. Something slow to be  sure, but effective. The judge, is near  the liearls cf the people, and we know  that his boiled shirt and black broadcloth coat are only sacrifices to the  dignity of his position. Good-bye,  Judge.   Here's  looking  al you.  Whnt the Mau of Experience Ttioticht of  tho Klondike.  "Now that yon have mndo up your mind  to ro to the Klondike, let mo givo you o  little ndvico," fiiiid tho man of oxperionce.  "I will bo glad to hnvo you," roturnod  ono who was preparing to start. "I know  you to bo n imin of sound senso mul great  experience, and anything you mny Bay  will havo my serious consideration. How-  over, 1 don't iiiinil informing you that I  have already leoeivod onough ndvico to  stock a combination elruulutiug and rofor-  enco library."  "XovorthelosH," returnud the mnn of experience, "I think niy suj gestlons will  differ Kroally from all you have rocolvod  co far, nud I nm ogacl .ticnl eiioiiRli to  think thoy will bo quite ns vnltiablo. Of  coumc you umler-tanil tli.-ic no ono shoul-  -tai't fur thn lCltnidil'o without tho most  thorough preparation."  "No loss than IS mon havo so informed  mc," replied tliu vonturesoino one, "and  ln addition to that I had roaehod tlio same  conclusion myself." i  "Tho outfit that you will havo to buy in  Sim Francisco or Scattlo will cost yon  several thousand dollars, if it Is to bo ot  all complete."  "I realize it and liuvoiiiado niy arrangements accordingly. I shall tako enough  provisions to lust mo a wholo year."  "Your own faro and lho transportation  of your equipment will cost quito "a tidy  sum," con tin ued tho mail of experience,  "and you should aim to havo ot least 1.2,-  000 in cash with you whon you strike  Dawson City."  "I anticipate that I will have $500 moro  than that."  "In caso you hnvo monoy enough to do  nil this," tho man of oxperienco wont on,  "there is only ono piece of ronl coiniuou  Benso advice tlmt I can give you, and thut  is to stay right here in this country nnd  livo on tho money ior tho next threo yenrs,  nnd if you haven't struck something that  pays at least moderately well in Mint timo  you will have tho satisfaction of knowing  that you haven't gono broko so quick by  two years ns would hnvo beon tlie case in  Alaska."���������Chicago Post.  T.HE JVUNLNG EXC-RMSE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Hest $1.00 ti day house in town.  The bur is supplied with the be=t brands of Wines,  l.ii|iiO-S   and    Cigars.  Bliss  ll is rumored Unit General Kitchener Intends to retire, aiul Lhat ho will  return to England in October;' lie  considers his work as completed. His  eyesight is said to be affected.  Rossland    public    school    lias     *n  average atendanceof 433,      Last year  11. was only 250.  The public schcol at Golden has  been enlarged. It lias an aveiage attendance or 4S.  Hamilton,  the  Shelliourne perjurer,  has been sentenced    to fwo years    in  1 Kingston penitentiary.  Messrs Mitchell-Innes are doing es-  i '..-"iisivo (leveloprr.w.t work on -.U:ir  i mining properties In northeast Koot-  [��������� cnay. ''  I Hon. Joseph Chamberlain lias wrii-  , ten' tlio mayor of Rossland that time  1 -.'.-111 not.allow him to visit British Col-  i innbla "this year.  Lemen brothers, and John Whitney  An offer of $20,250 has been made  for ~25,G00 worth of Calgary's four  per cent bonds. Other offers nearly as  high have been  received.  Tobacco plants grown by Geo. Gove  at Medicine Hat. have attained over  "five feet in height, and are well leafed.  The recent frosts does not appear to  hav hurt them.  ' William Mutford, editor of the London, (Eng.) Daily Standard, retired  recently. His salary had "been .*25,-  000, and a retiring allowance of equal  size is to be paid to him as long as he  lives. He is now 65 years of age; at  35 he was' junior reporter on the  paper.  Winnipeg Tribune: The Rev. Mr.  VVigle believes that the Conservatives  \oted against prohibition in order to  embarrass the government, and that  Liberals voted against it in ordor to  reduce the majority, and thus relievo  the government of the difficulty of enforcing it.  The Ottawa Journal" says: "The  Anglican church will shortly mako a  move to have religious instruction into the public schools throughout the  various provinces. This was decided  on at the recent meeting of the general svnod held in Montreal." Before  the government takes action there  will be much "pro and con" heard on  this subject.  Tcl-~f~xam;_ from London. England,  iinuriii'us mat tne prot-.-Kuu orougin.  l-a~~  at  length  given  way  and  thai a  I HE-HEW- WA1E8L0Q   -  Desperate charge of   the   2ist   I_ai:c~r"  , .    at Omdurman. ,." _.   (From The  London  Tithes. )  The famous "charge of the 2lst  Lancers has received less attention  than it has merited, made as it was  against enormous odds. Colonel Martin's orders were to prevent the  bioken enemy from returning lo Om-  aurman. 'llio .i. . Lancers unexpectedly came upou tho enemy's reserves, who were 2,000 strong.  "' Tho cavalry were then In a column  of troops. They deployed into line for  the attack and charged. When they  were within 30 yards of the entrenchments, they found the enemy, who  had been ensconced in a nullah, wild  with excitement and coming on to the  attack. The Lancers' had not a singlo  moment of hesitation. They charged  .gtuiantiy__ nomi~,_.an<i__a~)Soiure]y___.iiiiu.  to hack their way through the enemy  20 deep, exposed to a. withering infantry fire. Tliey struggled through,  but every man who fell was,immediately hacked to pieces by the swords  oE the Dervishes.  The British cavalrymen rallied,  bleeding and blown, on the far side of  the lanes which they had cut for  themselves in Ihe enemy's ranks, and  with admirable fortitude reformed a3  coolly as if lhey had been on parade.  One corporal who was covered with  blood and reeling in his saddle, whon  ordered to fall out, shouted, waving  his bent lance: "Nover; form up,  No.-2!"  moaning his squadron.  This maiden charge of tho 21st  Lancers is regarded as an extremely  brilliant affair.  A Hli__in:.u__i;eil Compliment*  "I   consider- it an  insult," said  I'nsselgli.  '��������� You don't rcler to that immense bunch  of roses?"  "I do It's.a birthday remembrance:  and tho card on it says, 'Mny each of these  beautiful (lowers represent a year of youi  lifo.' "���������Washington Star.  Flint Sparks.  It is a long limo thai is all turning.  The best of us aro thoso who have flo  Worst sido.  The curso o������ montnlity ia not that lt  questions, but that it questions itself.  Itis a foolish philinophoi'who cannot;  learn wisilow from u littlo child.  No mau really approeintos a failuro until ho has lfenrnod what it moans to score  a success, ~  _  Women aro moro often deceived in mon  than in onch othor. Mon nro more ofton  deceived in each other than in women.���������  Vow York Press. &  Free Bus .Meets 7.11 Trains-  GUS LU.ND Proprietor  F. .MeCJHlTY  _ .Yliolo-iulc and Retail Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  MUTTOcN JI-.ND SJIIDSJIGE  LmsIi   and   ("lame   in    Season.        Markets   at   Revelstoke,  Kcvelstpki; Station, Xakusp. Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  Columbia House  ���������Miuai.jt-g.-py  The   largest hotel   in   lown. Ceutrally  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars  Best     accommodation. Eates    SI  located  per  dav  Brown & Pop], Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  Large light bed rooms.     Rate.  $1.00  Table furnished with  the clmi;-est", lhe mm ket  nffonl-". Best Wines  Liquors and - Cigars  dn3".      Monthly  race.  3. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  THE PIONEER LIVERY-.  _ Feed, and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake District  A rrcferouco.  "I used to t'ihk vory serious ot enlist-  in," said Meandering Miko. "Somo ot  dom soldiers don't have scarcoly nothin to  do."  "Yes," roplied Plodding Pote, "an then  ng'in they're ji-' as ll'blousnot to have to  carry a gun by tbo hour nn mobbe iiKht."  "lint's jes' de point. I concluded it 'ud  bo bultei" to Elio'iv to tho army of tho unemployed an not .tako no chances in hopes of  boiii iiniong de unemployed of llio army."  ���������Washington Star.  IJciucallc Economy.  Daughter���������I**-, you ri.noniber you told  nio to smo all the pieces of string from  store pa kngos uutl wind them into a ball  Kconou-i.nl Pa���������Yes, my - dour. Di .  you':'  Daughter���������Every bit, and it makes the  oulest littlo ball you ovor saw. Now I'm  going to knit a handy littlo bag to put it  in Gi.o mo S1.5U for zephyr, please.���������  New York Weekly.  SadJlu    and  . Pack.   Horses'  always for hire.  Freighting "and  specially.  Teaming  Daily Stage leaves' Thomson's L-inding every morning at 7  o'clock  lor Trout Lake City.    For particulars write ,    '    '  CRAIG & 1ULLMAX, Thojiso.n'sLanjjixo."  To .-~"_(.r.i-e o.ie of   _!���������������������������-������������������ desirable   lots-  CHEAP ou  the C.   i'o K.  Steatu  Navigation ComiJiiny's site.  Done    wait-  till  our way, but BUY  the   boom  NOW.  comes  HAIG & CRAGE  Sole Agents.  RGUSON  The  Centre   of  th'e   Lardeau   Mines  Tbo Way of n Tllaiil.  Borthti (rending)���������"Ho had n hyacinth,  ins coronal Ion tliat was as rich and laro at  tlio ellloreseonuoof honioopulont growth."  Isn't thnt beautiful?  Kditli���������Exquisltcl But what does it  mean, I wonder?  Bertha���������Who shall bo ablo to say? Thnt  Is tho most beautiful thing nbout it.���������  Boston Transcript.  Bo Sure and  register at  lhc  BJ1L.M0RJ.L HOTEL  When you reach FICRUUSOX.  The (able is provided with the besi  the  market nffmds.     Kalc-i-  from  $i  to $3 per day.  CUM MINOS nit(.)S..   ���������   Proprietors.  ,. ij   iioiierai   i-tiimai  country,  the sprinp  !!uii pansiiu uv_i  proving most acceptable  ;s had become very low,  'of Lemons- circus were arrested at! and the, water storage in many parts  Spokane last week on serious charges was failing. Many villagers having  of murderous assault on employee-, I been compelled to walk miles to ob-  theft, and non-payment of wages. I tain water.  The Winnipeg Tribune says: "We  would pledge our reputation for sound  judgment, that if Mr. Martin had control    Ol     llll!    - 1UKOI1,     aillUIUlSU _ll!U!l,  official    and    other  ^scandals    would  quickly die out.  It is probable that Lady Aberdeen  will be made a Lady'ol Grace in tho  order of the Hospital ot St. John of  Jerusalem In England, ou account of  her services in organizing the Victorian Order of Nurses.  A gruesome mystery Is reported  from the west coast of Vancouver  Island. The head of a while boy, apparently about 14 years of ago, enclosed in a box was found by Indians. It was Jloaling down the Al-  berni canal, iind was taken to Indian  Agent Guillod of Albornl. The head  was covered with light brown hair,  but the 'murder has evidently been  committed sonic lime ago, as lhe llesh  has left parts" of thu face and only one  car remains. Special police ollicers  aro lo be senl lo investigate Ihe  case.    '  "The funeral of the late Lieutenant-  Governor Cameron at Godericii on  Friday was very largely attended.  The floral tributes were magnificent,  among them being "Gales ajar," from  the family: a pillow from the mounted  polico of Regina; a beautiful wreath  from Conservative opponents in God-  erich; a wreath from Regina; a  wreath from West Huron Liberal Association: a handsome pillow from the  bar of Huron, and numerous floral  tributes from his Goderich friends.  Messages of condolence were sent by  til-  Sli������ Til .Hint Well.  Mistress���������Why,    Bridget,    you    surolj .  don't consider theso windows washed?        I.  Bridget���������Sure, I washed 'om nicely on  tho inside, mum, so yo can lookout, but  I intentionally lift thiin a little illilrty ot>  the out-dtlo i-"o thlm nlgnortint Jones children ni.tt door couldn't look iu.���������New  York Truth. "  Tho Ftouinine Fnil.  "Thoy toll ino that young Dr. Puinphroy  is milking money hand over list."  "Ilow did ho striku It?"  "Why, he's gut the fashioniiblu folks to  bcllovotluit ho Is the only ptomaine expert  In town."���������Cleveland P'uin Dealer.  eJoll-1  E. Wood  1'oeiiift of l'ntwlou.  He���������I thoiiKht you said your friend wns  a passion pootess. I And her productions  well bnlar.co-and stroii/! in common sense.  She���������But you should seo hor lly into n  passion whon she can't mnko hor words  lit tho motor.���������Detroit i*reo Press.  and Builder  Eitiiiiutcs, pl-iia nnil ppcclllc-tiona furnished  on npiillcn "Inn. Shop nnd rerair work  promptly attenatd to. Wood carvirfc a  specialty.      Work    I hop   on   Ifront Street.  What Do You ^  Want in Shoes ���������  If you want n (jood 11 inert' Shoe  conic  U. JciiEius.  1: y>.11 went a koo<1 Prcepectors' Shoe como  r-o I)  .Icrklns. --   -  Shoes- and Hr.rncss repiiri'il on the -hortept  lotice. All hi->-i of work kept in nloc-  ��������� t pri-sc to suit a-|.  D. JENKINS  I-'ir^t Street, one block frou. tho loiprrinl  Bii.- of Canada,   lti-vclsldko Station,  li.   (..  fir. jt  vvuuut  vVOOui  -j?.  Tl.  Wendell SVlaolean  Guaranteed Full  ���������       Cord Meabiue.  e  undersigned has a large supply  i-"   iiemlock.  Spruce.   Fir    and   Pine,  V.'uod for t.-ile.    Any person requiring-  wood  will  kin'dlv leave   their orders  wilh Mr. V\*. M. Lawrence. Ucqel.stoko  Station,   or    wilh     H.    N.   Coursier,  Front Street, Kevel.-toke.  17ntf FRANK JULIAN.  Tfye Vernon Soda  Water  Works  J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  ni  Miiiuifactu'cr of Soda Water. tJInper  Ale, "areniirilla and nil Soft Drinks.  A fall stipplr kept In 'lock at McCarty's Cold Eiorn(.o, where order*  .Biibclett. a.O-sw-tf  Premlcf Hauitain, Speaker Betts   and   i^  the mayor of Regina. I  IIi4 iQ-L-reuce.  She���������Tho typo of mon I nihniro most I.  tho man with forco of character.  IIo���������Indeed I I never know I was thai  lort of n man before.���������Cincinnati Enquirer.          Dancer Awhoal.  lTo matter how stout a man's coituiBO mny ho,  Tliero aro llmei when lie's certain to quail.  Though tho Mazing of lmtllo lie calmly mny  see.  In peaco nil Iiii Uemiic-_ may fall.  Though bullets which -ought in hi- boing tfl  lod^o  Serenely ho often tleflcd,'  Bo'll  tt-cnililo ami  pant  B3 he ������tra_gl������i t*  Aiitl',',n  Th������ Rirl who n leurnin-: to ride.  A miirkimnii ."if"" ������ ill perchance miss hl������ aim  Wlic-n .lynainir.' deadly i_ Ilic-1,  For e'en niiith.-iniitii al skill cannot claim  To Kiiarantoo all tli'if" desired.  But when her from v.heel  seems to va.er ������  hit o  An 1'she thinks that it's lime to collida  foulino-.v you'm ������ tar^ot that's hound to b������  hit  tf the girl _rb* It luralns to ride.  ���������Washington Mar.  Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist Calgary  yail Orders Promptly Attended To.   t-22-tt   GO   YEARS*  EXPERIENCE  HEVELSTO^E  if{0r: WORKS..  Blac-rsm _-____-_.������ Jobbine  Pl__-__bi-__~. Pipe FittinBT  Tinsmithine: "  Sheet Iron "Work  EJachinery Repaired  Mintqg ^ct'f<< a ?pecia!ty________  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke Sta.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights ic  Anrone������enrfI.i- a skotcli i.:id dcscrli>t!nn _ia>  mitc-Iy h*1' "rt.-iin "nr opinion Crcc whethrr nn  Invention I* prohahly py.nn"aM������>-   romrjuiii���������.  tloin.trlctlrronC'K'nll-i- Hand-."-:on I'.ilcnte  >eiu free. DM"! .-iKoncr tor ���������m-orii-ii jraieai������.  I'alcnu tal-cn  thr.)Ui:h  Mann .(_. Co. receive  rprcittl notice, without champ, in lhe  Scientific Jfntericatu  A hand, omcly Illf.������tratcd weekly. I-ireett circulation of any FCitntitlc Journal. Terms. IJ a  vear: flnr months. *~. S-Sd bvall new-dealer*.  MilNN & Go.3(MBroa<1*a!f- New York  _-ia<i Oiacc. Cj F St.. Washlo_i'*i. D. C.  PROMPTLYSECURED  "Write for our imcrcMinj: hook"* " Inventor's Ilelj." and "JIuw jou are s������indlcd."  Send ni a rough sketch or model of your  invention or iinpr-vcinc.-t and we -will tell  iuu frco our opinion ns lo whether it 13  prubaVy jwitrauiMe.   XV,} in.ikc a -peciaity  . of  nnji'ic-ition-j   rejected   in  other hands.  < Highest reference:, funii.-hcd.  ( MARION & MAKION  PATENT SOLICITORS tc EXPERTS  civil <*��������� __._li_nl.al  Fnom .era. Oraitiintri of the  I'olv'.i _linlc School of r.nsinmlmi. llarhebm in  Arpil-d   Klcncc*.   I.-val    l'nlicr_t%    Jlcmbers  I-aient Z.n*r Association.  American Water Works J  A?-o< ia-lon. x-w l_i]_.-].in<l w_ner Works As������oc. J  I'. .J. -mvc.or. Association, A-30C. _tcia_CT Can. a  goulcty of Civil EnclnliTJ. S  occ.rcc. f HEW YORK UFE B'lD'C, MOHTStAL CAH.  (  OmctS., ATl/,NT|8 BCIt0IKC.WMHIHCT0-_-O.Cj_? Artist's Materials  sinr  -lie   with  Concert.  Ihe     crowd   at Lely's  -v?  Of the"! wc have a complete supply of articles reouire-1. such a. Oil Colors, Urn.he.--,  Palette Boards, Palette Knive" and Oils.  For the Draughtsman  and Architect _���������.������___  Evervthing required in llu'ir line will lie  found at hand: Such a* all kinds of drawni*  and Tracing I.inen nnd Paper". Insiruiiienl-.,  Hitlers, r-'quarc-', mid Colon-1 Drawing Inks.  M_.il onh-r-. rrompily attended lo.  Nighl Be'.l oil Dour.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK  ���������CO., Ltd.  Chas. P.. McDO-AU. Manager. .  P.evek-iokc SnitiuivJi. C.  I1. linker left yesterday on a trip lo  tlie Coast. He will visit the New  Westminster fair dm _nir liis visit.  ���������Fresh Bulk Oystcrs-  ;iL J, lt. Hull to Oil's.  -extra select-  oct S-ltn  The scarcily oCl'uuu in lown is keeping back tht! work of finishing the  houses now iindi'i- construction in  town. Tlio demand will soon bo met  by Messrs. F. li. Piper to Co., who  Hnvo purchased tlie lime kiln at  Albert Canyon. The first kiln bas  already been burned and lbe lime will  lie on the market in a few days.  Kxtra select���������  net S-lin  ���������Fresh Hulk Oysters-  at.l.K. Hull A: (J.).'-..  LOCAL  AND   GENERAL   NEWS  * O.fO at the Vic. for a sandwich.  ���������McLaren'- imperial clicp.se at C. B.  Home to Co's.  J. J. I_ ingsiaiTi-. of the Trout Lake  Topic, was in town yesterday.  ���������Jas. Krelers marmalade in 1 and  7 In. cans al C. B. ilmue to Co's.  Armour's (levelled hams, bird's cg(~s  and custard powder at C. B. Hiiine's.  ���������Just received an assortment of  nuts iit C. B. Hume & Co's.  Eddy Edwards lias accepted a position ou the stall' of -1---I-. Bo-.irili'  Bros.  ���������Secure your reserved seals early  for Lely's brand Concert, Hie 17th  inst.  H. J. Bourne, of the firm of Bourne  Bros., is confined to his hou.se through  illness.  ���������Muconghio Bios.' Silvocca Kippered llerrincts and blotcis iit C. 11.  Hume to Co.  Geo. S. McCarlcr, of Harvey to  McCarter, went, south to Kossland on  business visit yesterelay.  ���������Red herring packed by A. to M.  Smith. Point Law. Aberdeen, Scotland  at C. B. Hume to Co's.  W. G. Birney is unpacking a range  of the latest, designs of wall paper al,  his store on .McKenzie avenue.    -  ���������Tickets are selling very fast for the  Prairie City Quartette Concert next  Wednesday.  James Gill, of James Gill & Co.,  leaves tomorrow for .Brooklyn, B.C.,  on a visit lo the company's branch  store at. that point.  ���������Winnipeg Saturday Night. Mrs.  Stanley Adams is a brilliant accompanist e and a decided addition to our  musical ranks.  Dr. Laft'.rty. D. W. Marsh and Mrs.  Marsh, of Calgary, went through lo  the Coast on Wednesday euening on a  visit to New Westminster.  ���������Hamilton Herald: Miss Campbell  is the possessor of a wry rich voice  and bids, fair to rank as one of Canada's leading contralto.  Frank Oliver. M.P.. of Edmonton,  and Mrs. Oliver passed through ou  Wedne_d;iv evening on a visit to tbe  Winnipeg Tribune: Miss Nellie  Campbell never sang better on a  Winnipeg platform. Tbat is high  prai.se for this young lady. But it is  deserving. *iie was in exquisite  voice last evening and carried with  her lhe sympathy of every lisl.cuer in  tlie audience. While, increasing in  power, her voice is losing none of its  sweetness.  Messrs. J. G. Allan and .'I. K. Edson  left this morning on a holiday (rip to  tlie south country. They will return  in a fow days and will leave fur tlie  Coast and San Francisco, where they  will spend n couple of weeks. Messrs.  Allan and I.il-ini will visit their  ilill'erunt mining properties at Brooklyn and in tl'.e llossland district and  by the way of the -'woolly west,"' will  each purchase a pair of "yellow logs"  just to show flu: people that Lhey  know ������������������what a inino is." Tin: llElt.M.D  wishes the boys a pleasant holiday  trip.  .The Copper King  Cory JMenhenick intends to do some  work nu tliu Cupper King group,  wiiich ho staked last October iu the  Scott Creek basin, before the season  closes. This group, which consists of  three claims, the Copper King, Copper Queen 'Mid Dolcoath, is situated  four miles from Fish Kiver, and  twelve from Ccunaplix. The country  rock io slate. Tlu: lead is Mi reo feet  wiilu and traceable across all three  claims, the gangiiu being quartz and  Ink". There is one vein of eight inches  of clean ore on'the lead. Assays have  gone truin 2SH to 30 per cent, of copper, while the quart/, lias gone $1 in  gold. All the work dune so far is an  iili_n cut, on the Copper King, but for  siirl'.ici! prospects the properly is an  iitli'.ictivc one with copper going up  in lhc market.  MICEOBES IN HAIR  THE   REASON  WHY MOST   WOMEN'S  COMBINGS  CONSTANTLY INCREASE.  Tho Lieutenant-Governor's Visit  The Sentinel, in its sublime wisdom,  censures our citizens for nut. attending  on the opening day of tbe Exhibition  as a mark of respect lo tfi _ Honor tlio  Lieut.-Governor, and adds "that this  is the least thai tniglio have beon  expected of every loyal i*iti_eu."  The people of Kamloops require no  lecture on loyalty from tbo Sentinel  or any other source. They are loyal  to tlieir Queen and country and devoted to British institutions. They  know what respect is due to the  Queen's representative and are prepared to show it at' ."ill times, but  when Mie Queen'" representative so  far forgets himself as to use high oflice  for political purposes, .and liecoine.' ns  it were, the ward heeler, as did Mr.  Mclnnes, then llie people are not to  blame if they absent themselves from  public Junctions which he i.s attending.  If the Lieut-Governor's reception in  Kauiluops was ;i littlo chilly, he has  nobody to hl.-uiv" for it .but himself.���������  Kamloops Star.(l..i "d. -  JAPPINgS  JHEATRE  Wednesday,  October 12th.  Prairie City Quartette  GRAND  CONCERT  Tickets at  Canada Drug it Hook Co., and C, K  IlKid & Co.  Prices:    75 and SO cents.  A Tiny Faraclto That Worfcn on tho Scalp  as n, V/ocvil Works Iu a Wlientfleld���������A  Cure -Villi Clear "Water nnd Masu-go aa  It-'i Chief __lcnia2it3.  It requires not certified statistics, but.  jtist _ littlo observation, to show that as n  raco Amorican women as woll an men loso  both tlio color and nbuncinneo of their natural hoad covering earlier than nny other  nation. Started off in life with a flno silken brown suit curling woll below hor  \vni_t, It is only tho extraordinary woman  who ut 25 does not find her combings every morning increasing to alarming bulk.  Her.scalp seems suddenly to fail in fortuity, nnd in o few years just a thin braid is  loft as n remnant.of tho once oharinlng  shock of curls.  Now, os n matter of fnct, it Is not ago or  111 health or heredity or oven tho grossest  neglect that affects tho hair as iib'ove de-  fcriked.  Perhaps It !s not o pleasant bit of news  to thin hnirod women, but it istruo nevertheless that tho scalp disenso which onuses  hnlr to full is a tiny parasite, which literally pats away tho hnlr roots. Tho roioro-  scopo will rover.l this ovildoor, who works  as vigorously us u weevil ln wheat.   ������. A __cii_illve _������.in.  Thnt tho average man is very sensitive  as to his physical Infirmities was strikingly il! lift rated in an Arch street car  yesterday afternoon. Near the rear platform sat: n well-dressed mini, with one  log stretched out in front of him, almost  completely blocking tho passage. A ludy  boarded tho car, and in her efforts to  reach a sent, stunililoii over tho man's  log. Iin upologlzoil. but did not change  his position. Presently nnnthnr female  passenger got nn, and she wns forced to  stop over tho obstacle. Then the conciliator interfered. Appro.ir.hing the man he  requested him to draw in his font, but.  the roqncft was promptly refused. "I'll  put you off the car if ynu don't," expostulated llio conductor. "You won't - dn  anything of tlio kind," was the spirited  renly. Hot words followed, a scuflle ensued, and the oh .tinate passenger wns  finally landed in the stress. It was thon  discovered that he had iin r.rtiflcial leg.  and rather than acknowlcdga hi-affliction  ho hnd run thp chances cf r, disgraceful  sceno.���������Philadelphia Kecord.  More miserable than  an ill fitting, uncomfortable suit. We can  fit you, as well as your  pot-ket-book, In fact  we nm making suits  to order at prices that  scare the ready-made  clothiers. All new-  styles. See us if you  want, to look wei'  dressed in your iiex'  suit.  What's the chief feature of made to order,  clothing���������the fit, isn't it? Well, that's the  feature about which we're most particular.  If it doesn't fit you, you don't have to keep it.  But it will fit you if we y-.. A"r~-lIMr~  make it. Our estab- tLUIIIUlU.  lishn-.ent has at its head oneof the best cutters  in tlie Province and many critical men who  heretofore patronized l'ustcrn tailors have  testified to our ability to lit theni "faultlessly.  R. S. WILSON,  Merchant Tailor.  ir  Agent for the  BliekensclerTer  '  Typewriter  X)"H1^Xj^!K. *r*NT  Gents' Furnishings  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and  tationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy Articles, Patent Medicines, Etc.  POST  OJz'&TCZn  STOE.B,   ia*EI"V*EIXj'3'X,0^_:__3 _ _E3_ C.  The   Leading   Store.  Clothing-, House Furnishings.  Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,  Hats and Caps*       Rubber Goods,  Men's Furnishings,    Gloves, Etc.  -BS--&'  ���������-s\S3  &W-  Bring  Your  Prescriptions  To  Us  Sink people enii't afford  to take anv chances when  having prei'i'iptiinis filled  We take, particular pride'  in keeping our stock pure  miiUngivingextrac-ireto '  the compounding of prescriptions. There's nothing lanc.y about our prices  ���������a lair profit is all we  ' want.  Chas. E.  Reid & Co.  "���������s^B-5  I  NEW RESTAURANT  FRONT- ST1.I.ET, Revelstoke.  Meals Served at all  Hours  Day or Night.  Anioni ReBoclici, Prop.  (_W������We are well stocked with the above lines.sj-Css^j)  Special values in Ladies', Misses' and Children's warm Mitts  and Gloves for winter.  We carry a full line of Infants' and Children's woolen Bootees,  Infantees, Tarn O' Shanters, Vests, Etc.  v " -i  In Mackinaw and Winter Clothing our values are unequalled.  The Taylor Block,  McKenzie Avenue.  Hotel  p|   Ferguson  M^'' i-h"inhm-i-jrii-|-3-"i-i" ikim--cue mimi-i brim utiiiti-ii-ui-iini-ih^f  ^S      Ferguson, B. C��������� 7l_o Centre      Or  "\]f of tli������ L-ardeau Minos  *C -Htiiri_--������ui----iJSi!i(iiiiiiii!imiiiiii_ii.!ii4a'!i;f_iiini������_Tj!insiici  Best   Accommodation'  4m in the  Lardeau. .  W\ \ lit  V:^^Mi'l*!r.iirkniii~iii~,u~;iinruiiiuirii:uiiiiuitB"iua������iiH-Ui",jl_i. iuhdc^iCJ  R.ites   "32.00   Per Day. ,     lit?  Davs   Ferguson,   Prop.  "-"tea1  s  ������=_2 ������"-"-������&  '<$&$&&$&$  8  rn-  rn-  m  i  -CoTs-X  .Mr. T. 3. Giahiitii has commenced  building .< new residence on the we.t  side of the extension of Mackenzie  Avenue.  Cheques issued at Brooklyn a few  day.-since for men employed ou the  TUihson-I". iitic-ton branch of the Columbia to Western, totalled $00,000.  ���������During tin int. rmission at tin*  Prairie City Qua! telle Concert next  WcihiP'.dny r.ij_rl'.t, Mr. Stanley Adams  will sisiii mime ijf llie latent darkey  in -lull;.",.  W. M. Gordon arrived from Winni-  vpe,^ on Tut���������day to relieve J. fr. All.m  of the Dominion Express oIlitL', hi'ie,  who left last nielit for a three weeks'  holiday trip.  T. .1. Cirahaint! lias let the conn-aci  for the erection of a handsome biick  veneer residence on :McKen-/.ie Ave.  D. McCarthy has the contract foi- tin-  wood work and E. G. Eromoy the  brickwork.  R. Tapping is pushing tlio work on  his new opera house, and expects to  have it ready for bu-inuss in -.member. Mr. Tipping intends to nuik- it  a resort for the enjoyment of tho  young men of oar town. II<; io putting  in a shootiiif. gallery and a bo.vliti._r  alley.  J. M. Robinson, manager of the  Commonwealth Mining Co.. and an  old newspaper man, paid the _____ Kiev i.o  a fraternal visit on Thursday. .Mr.  Robinson has just concluded the deal  for the Ethel at Trout_Lake City and /  is greatly pleased with the prospects  of the property.  ���������Don't forget the sonf? recital by  Idr. DuijWard Lely, the principal tenor  from Royal Italian Opera. Corent  (iardin. Her Majesty's. Drury Lane  and Savoy theatres; Albert Hall, St.  James Hall, and Pa Mi's Concerts,  London, Eng., ,:assisted by Mrs.  Dur-.vard Lely, pianULe��������� in Tapping's  theatre, October 17lb. Ili'served sent  plan at Canada Book and Drug Store,  uud also al C. E. Raid's di tigsturc.  Trout Lake Mines and Properties  The IIlsis.w.T) begs to acknowledge  receipt of a ropy of the '-Trout Lake  Mines and Prospects," a pamphlet  descriptive or that district, rob up by  Mr. J. LangstafT-, editor of lhe Trout j tho first-named terra  _       ,       i oni>r������VJ-*l"  Lake Topic, under the ausp'.ces of  the     Trades Committee oflbe town,���������vvHo"  endorse the descriptions of the properties contained in the pamphlet.  The  J~nrlclil!!j_: thi: Spanish Tone"- .  "Record Breaker" in the latest tprm  adopted from Knglish Into the hnspitablo  family of Spanish speech, which, nl-  thnngh elegant and . onoroup. la towe-  tlnies lacking In concl-enecs. Whnt with  "recordi" ond "handicap"-'.' Hie vocabulary of "el spor6" is nugmenttn^. Some  one more bold than erudite trans-lntes  quebrador   d--������   ^-  A  FA  ii  OR  .   Sale  ve Roomed Cottage  book is neatly gotten up anrl contains  an account of tlie various camps in  tin* whole district inclu.-il popularly  inider the name of " the Lard, an.**  Tlio description of the various pr _s-  pi'i-t.- and mines is couflni-il lo facts as  lo location, owners, actual indications,  work done and assays, and has nothing of the bnoiii nature about it. A  large consignment   h.u   been   scnl.   to  Mr. Perry Leake nt Spokane  for (lis-   Frcm  NOW   Until   October 15th.  Irilititii'n lo the vi.-ihns at the fair.  'I  adit  With Bathroom and Pantry in  Connection.  Situated on Third St., Just East  of the Cowan Block.  For   particulars   apply   at  the Hr.r.Ai.u office.  ^U  -vivie s  1 f\ "S "3 -!">���������  11  I-JU1  The Best in Canada.  Used by Thousands.  ^S~l c  m  The Stove Trade ^^^)  We are strictly in the Stove business. Wo are daily expecting our third ear  of Stoves since we opened up in Itcvetstoke, sixteen months a;*o. Our great  success" in this particular branch of our business is that we carry nothing but  the highest grade of Stoves anil our prices are reasonable. Wo can show you  the small-No. 7 Cook Stove, just the thing for bachelors; or the large Steel  -" Range with ail the latest improvements. In Heating; gloves���������all lines of Hex  Stoves from IS to 30 inches, nnd in Coal Healing Stoves from the small "tilobe  Heater" to the large handsome double heaters rich In tlieir niekle ciiibclli>>ii-  ments. If you cannot "afford a furnace get a double heater wilh hot air .  attachments,"and you can have your upstairs heated to perfection. "Vo'.are  sorry to disappoint our patrons who have been waiting for our Air Tight'  Heaters,but as soon us our litiings arrive we will be able to supply all demands.  ' W. M. LAWRENCE,'  Hardware, Stoves, Tinware.  !  m  !?!?~i  <&?  "ffi_  6-81  ������_V_  m  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson  & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Kurniture.  Light____raE3SS5JQg^:  Transferring  and Carting  ffS^Ti'lei-hono your orders to V/.M. Lawrcnco  aim they will bi* promptly nt (.untied to.  Robert Flerning"  Why Pay Rent���������-  HERFvlANr. KHORR'S BODY  h  Fcttr.d    on    V/ednesday   After   Having  Been For   Five   Mouths  in   the   Columbia���������An Inquest Has Been Held.  On Wcdiif-ilay  !.i"-t  tin'   body  of  a  man was found on a sand   bar on  the  Columbia   river,   near  the   mouth   of  the fllr. ilieiv.ict.    The body   was   that  of a man  over six   feet   tall   and   re-  <*i'mlil������-d that of Ilerm.inn  Knorr, who  -.vns drowned at the miuu h  of Carnes  '.'ri'ck on ul.out the l.*itli  of  .May  last  j,  ('iironi'i'   .lelfs   iind     (-'oust.   McRao  visited the .-cr-tie  and  bad   the   body  removed Lo the uiidertaki'i-'s   rooms of  It. Hoiv:_ m to Co.      A jury was -warn  in and cm Thursday viewed   the  body,  and in Ihe evening at. lhe Union hotel,  after bearing lho  evidence,  the jury  brought   in     tlio     following   verdict:  " That the jury  find  tIi.it,  the pors'in  caiiiii lo his death   by drowning,  and  fronf lbe evidence adduced 11110  of   tlif!  opinion Unit the body is  lhat. of   one,  Iici maim  Knurr,   who  was  drowned  at, '.lie mouth of Cii'iies  Creek,  on  or  about the 15th of Mav last."  If.  11.  th  '.vl!'- s,  1 i   < _   J'  '! 1!)t!l .  ... -.1  i-t.,  ir 1-mir-*  !;i! -r.,r-  "j'i   N I'll    inl.'..' ;ir.l- -  t .  Cci.  .-i-ictn on  We Will Offer  Our Entire Stock of  'BIRTHS  Eiiw.Mtns���������On Thursday.   October 0,  LSfiS, (he wife of Mr. .l.ulies Edwards  manager of the Victoria Hotel, of a  mn.  rrocenes  Of Every Description.  Flour,  Provisions?  Jf^resh Fruits  Gonfectionery  Vegetables.  At  Absolutely  Cost.  100 Cases of Okanagan  Apples at Strictly Cost  A carload will arrive in a few  tlay*, at our VR.rerooms. And  consumer.1, will find it the .lest  find rificapest on the market.  J-'r_:e and prompt delivery.  A, N.  Smith,  ' Baker ar.d Confectioner.  /CBr-'Vcldln;: <*-kf._ to theilueen'H taste.  BRICK !  'i'ii.' V. '������������������:. Pi^-r C*>. hav.^ now on hand  r ii-i f.n-.* lirick at rl^lit prices.  Inti'ii'li'iic  builder--   would do well to  r.rii": var.l lu*t north of the Cun Club  grouiid-..  Mail ordcri promptly HLtunded to.  I"rice_ oa application.  The F. E. Piper Co.,  Revelstoke, B. C.  JL   -4______-JB.J__._l__.  COMPANY.  Front Streel,  Ke,elstokc  . BiFiNEV  Painter and  Decorator  First Street East, Revelstoke Station  flr-Inlnpc. I'iip������r IlniiKing, I.'nnl Wood Finishing, irriiis" I'niuting In ������11   I'.ranehcH,  f.'nrri-!!������  l-alntine, Oln. Ing, ,ve.  W. B. Pease & Co,  We have decided to sell  put oup , entire stock of  Provisions,  u-roceries,  Etc., and are offering a  reduction of 10 per cent  on all cash sales of $1  and  over.      We   have ..  closed all credit accts.  m  m  __ss^*ssy,s-^s  _d_2L TO THE BOORS Ij  '-������������������'"���������'?,f rey y,i1?,.'ll  That is the condition of our store on Front Street.  We have a good stock of Men's Fine Fall and Winter  Clothing.     Boots .and   Shoes, the best on the market.  __ _  Groceries, Flour, Provisions, Vegetables, Etc. g^f  ltd  SB  When you can own'a home  of your own ?  Tf you will Kiivc.'say, five to ten dollars per  month on our acouninlative system for a lew  vears, you will theu ha in a position to buy or  build a home of your own.  Hv taking shares in this company, persons of,  motler-Ue means arc enabled to participate in  the profit* enjoyed bv the company:  Thu siivim? of money is lil:e the savins of  time. If done at all',' it-must be done hvs-  temiiticallv.  Safety is a most, important consideration  when--link)hit nn investment. This is a perfect system of eo-opernlive snvinjrs. mid the  safest plan ever offered for uoeumulatinj,' small  holdings nud loauinf; it to members on real  estate t-ccurity. "  Loans. ������������������  Loans arc inn'le on the fceiirity of improved  real e._tatu v/ilhout delay, W) per cent, of tho  apprained cash value being advanced.  I'-xcess payments of principal may be made  with any monthly payment. -  B. C. Permanent Loan  & Savings Company..  F. -UKKit, j\i;ent,  McKenzie .Vve., llovelsloke Stution.       lOaiilm  Revelstoke Sash & Door  _������ycf>Factoryj  _138  -KS3- <=>-- ~--k>-=----j-=--*-s=-~3J���������^=-  Maiitifiiclurers of nnd Denlers in  Sash, Doors. Turning's, Plenths and  Corner Blocks, Mouldings of ail kinds.  Fancy Gables .and Verandah Work.  Brackets of every description made to  order. Store and Office Fittings.  "iVindov/ Frames, with sash fitted a  specialty.  All" the lntest iiiiipliliiprv.    Ory kiln on the  premises.     Cull mnl pel prices before  Roini; elsewhere.  -^���������SAWYER & MANNING.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist ���������  DEGfl HUADS,  lllltnS, ANIMALS, Etc.,  Preserved nnd  Mounted  Fallis -Bros.  %  Musical  Instruments  Vou pi re requested tn look over my  ���������elect Htorlc of     V lOr.TNS, OU1TAK8    M ANIIOI-INS .���������    IinitN'KK'S  3IO0TII  OROANS   .ST KIN OS nnd AC;K_ SOIIIKH ...  An i.-ccllciit Ftock at low prices.  Tcihnrrc-, ClKnr.-J, Poft I!c.'ri'ililn!������ Ilrlnk.",  -jtiitiouery, N'i.vol i, .Iiipniice Curlcjs, Ktc.  Chas. J. Aman  HARD COAL!  HARD CASH ���������!  Third St. East of Schooihouse  Notice.  N'otic- is hereliy .eiven tlmt two months after  date llie Snu-sliiiio Ijimileil, a compiiuy incorporated under lhe lCnglli-hComp-uiexjlcls and  licensed to eiir.'y on business in tlio 1'i-ovinco  of British ("olnmbia, intends to apply to tho  Chief Commissioner nf Lauds and Works for  pennls_.iou to purchase 17.1!! (seventeen and  i:!-ll)0) neres of land situated in Kootenav District, commencing at a post marked "Initial  Post North West corner Sunshine Limited" adjoining the cast side line of the Huron Mineral  Claim (Trout Lake Mining Division) at a point  IPO feet from the norlh cast corner of such  claims, thenco niirlU !"���������'������ dep. enst for 6_!U feet  thence south S3 deg. P'J min. cast for 1-101.2 feet  tlicnee south 58 deif. 21 mill, west for _���������_.8 feet,  thence north-to dej.. ..i mill, west for 1351 feet,  contaiuinc: 17.1.1 neres more or less.  SUNSHINE LIMITED,  Kdgah a. Benn_tt.  General Manager.  Jiily2G, 1S98.  ANTHRACITE COAL.  Delivered  from car   Delivered from shed   . S9.50 ner ton.  .S10.00 per ton.  Now is the time to get in your winter supply before Uie snow falls,  early.     Casli must accompany the order.  Order  f. Mccarty.  Notice  Notice is hereby given that I have applied to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a speeial license to cut  and carry away timber from the following described lands, situate in the district of West  Kootenav: On the east side of Upper Arrow  Lake at Galena Hay, about seven miles southeast of Arrowhead, commencing at a post  marked "G. 8. M. S.W. corner," about 20 chains  wett of Deep Creek and about 200 chains from  its mouth, running north SO chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains, tlicnee  cast ill chains, thence south -10 chains, thence  west SO chains, thence north -to chain", tlience  west-to chains to the point of commencement.  Geo. S. McCakteii.  Revelstoke, B. C, August 23rd. 1898.  Application for Transfer.  Take notice that the undersigned, 30 days  after date, Intend to apply to the Stipendiary  Magistrate for the Revelstoke riding of IVes't  liootenay. for a transfer of the hotel license for  the sale of liquor by retail, now held bv John  II. Skogstrom to the names of XV. J. White and  J. A. Emerson.  WHITE ic EMERSON*.  Dated at Albert Canyon this 2nd dav of Sept.  1833. ' "      sept7 im

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