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Array -ISSTTIEin/  TWIOE-A-WEEK - WBDUESDAYS    .AICTID   SATURDAYS  Vol. III.    No. 70.  REVELSTOKE, B. C. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  I^lSi������������^  S������,PSft������>P>������,fr8-lg*-->^������;������*ftft-^^  LABOR DAY CELEBRATED  Dedication  IS  OUR  FIELD  Our  larger iliau  business is steadily  Uur stocks nre  ever. We buy  in car loud lots. Our ware-  room and cold storage facilities are the best in Revel-"  stoke. We have a large  branch store at  Trout Lake  Ci'y.  The Lavdeau and Trout  Lake district is now coming  to the front; shipping mines  already, and* railway transportation by competitive  companies is now a certainty. And we are well  prepared to supply miners'  and prospectors' complete  outfits."  Have You  Made Up  Yonr Mind  what you'  would   like   for  your new' suit?  .3.N0 matter.'  what kind of clothes,   style,  color oi-  pattern   yon fancy,  most, curae andxxamine our,  1 new and up-to-date"stock.*  Arrival of Fall Novelties  The almost daily arrival of early Fall novelties causes a great commotion and  constant business activity throughout the big store. It begins in the receiving room  where hundreds of cases, bales and packages of rich merchandise await the routine of  marking off. it extends to the department for which the novelties are intended.  Tourists and home-goers may enjoy goods from Paris and London, Vienna and Berlin too  by a visit to the Big Store. Next issue we will have something more to say of these  goods.    In the meantime see if there is anything in this list you require.  Mens and  Boys  Clothing  15 Men's Suits, single breasted, sacque style, in all wool,  Canadian, in lighL and dark  brown similes, good Italian  cloth lining, regular prices  from $9.00 Lo $12.00, sale price  toui.irrow $5 00  20 Youl.hs.3 piece Suits.single  brea .ted. sacque style, in all  wool Canadian Tweed, knee  pants, sizes from 2S to 31.  regular price $0.00. sale price  tomorrow ... .* $ I.50  21 Men's Bicycle Pants, in all  wool Canadian Tweed, in  brown similes, straps for belt  side, ami hip pockets, regular  price $ 1.50, sale price $3.23  Our very best  Shirt  Waists  Must Go now  ! Men's Shoes  for Summer  Every shoe in this,showing is new; new in pvetti-  ne.-s ns well as in fashion,  material and making. We  have been appointed sole  agents for the "Slater Shoe"  but have plenty other makes  and styles for any preferring them.  Clearance of Summer  Headwear  Men's Plain Canton and Rustic Straw boaters, with  black and fnnev bands, balance of odd lines, tegular  prices $1,23 to $1.75. tomorrow to clear 75c.  Children's plain white, navy, black and brown Canton Straw Sailors, with plain or' fancy satin bands,  regular price 50c, now to clem' ���������''������������������-, 25c.  Ladies  Corsets  ' ' r  ' 25, only,, pairs of Corsets, odds  aiul -ends of slock iu<ir!(.ed nt a  price to sell quickly. None were  less than $1.25 and some as high  as $2.00, for Ui-murrow only.75c.  9GC. Tapestry Carpet  at 75 c. To-morrow  150 yards Tapestry. This is n rare opportunity to  cover a rooin aL a very small outlaw Goods woi l h  ODc, good designs arid-colorings, on sale to-morrow  morning, extra special to clear, per yard 75c.  -All our high class Shirt Waists are to be cleared ant  on Thursday morning irrespective of tlieir regular  prices and value. Not n single garment tfill be held  back. Commencing at our $1.25 lines and up to the  best, we have left in stock, viz, those at $2.2o, all will  be put forward at one price.  Your Choice for  All told there will nearlv fifty of these Ladies' Shirt  Waists and in that lot. there is not an unworthy style  or garment, perfectly new goods this season and  right up to date too. Remember no matter what  our former price was you can take yonr pick at this  sale for $1.00. Of course it is much to your advantage to be here in the forenoon so_ as to make your  choice while the assortment is at its best.  of the  Hall.  Oddfellows'  PARADE OF THE FRATERNITIES  Table  Linen  ^^/-~21  00 inch .Bleached Irish Table  Damask,', warranted superior  quality and finish, regular75c,  for one dayonly iit 05c,  About  Erices  _-W.li en ^_w.e^_sel L^you^a_n_  article   at  SI  it's worth SI;  straight   business   methods  at this store.    Our business  is to sell  general  merchandise not only this year, but  next year and   years  alter.  That being   the   case, it is  simply    business     common  sense'for us to sell the very  best goods we can  as cheap  as we can. - We   want your  trade, and we are making it  worth your  while to trade  ���������with us,    This you know or  will know.    All branches of  our business are to bo   kept  right up to  the times- and  the prices kept down.  If You Can't  Call on Us  we will call on you���������just let  us hear from you. Our advertisements are plain facts  plainly stated. We invite  investigation of them in  any manner.  C.B.HUME&C0.  Wholesale and Retail  General Merctiants.  $1.25 Curtains for 75c.  25 pairs Nottingham and Scotch Lace Curtains, 50  inches wide. 3 vards long, white, good selection,  regular $1.25 per pair, special value at (see them).75c,  Preserving Kettles  The fruit season is heie. Dreserving'is in full swing.  Get' your kettles now at this .special sale. The  Famous preserving kettle 05c. to $1.00  I ^Record-Bargainr in���������  Draperies  ������ This bargain is offered in the Drapery section. The  * quantity is fairly large, but you will need to be here  2   early to secure the "goods.  tf* 175 yards art muslin, 40 inches wide, really choice  2 patterns and colorings, user.il for Curtains. Drapes,  Ji  Cushion Coverings, etc...regular p,ices 23c. and 25c  Unbleached Cotton  3G inch  good weight, factory, regular 0c��������� during this  sale. " 25 yards for $1.00  me.  ..10c.  sale price tomorrow   .Inc.  Revelstoke,  B.C.  Carpets, Curtains and  Cretonnes  We select these three items as representatives for  our hoine furnishing section tomorrow morning,very-  worthy arid acceptable representatives too. fmm a  money saving point,  300 yards new English Cretonnes, 33 inrhes wide, n  full range of new designs and toloi combinations,  suitable for lounge coverings, cushions and draperies,  regular price 25c. .-i yard, tomorrow morning fm-..iiie.  Towelling  10 inch Special Crash Towelling, regular  price  during this sale, per yard   Three Umbrella  Bargains  Good   Silk.   Good* Handles. Good Steel   Rods,���������the  kind that have heen selling iit $1.50 and $3.00,     This  sale we'll clear them at the following prices:  Ladies'   23   inch   Umbrella,  gloria  taffeta and some,  twill silk cover, close roll, fancy horn and other style  handles, regular $1.50 Tor $1.00  Ladies' 23 inch Umbrellas, in satin de chene cover,  close roll, steel rod and fancy handles,   regular $2.50  for  only...." S1.50  Ladies' 23 inch Umbrellas, go-id silk cover, steel rods,  natural wood and fancy handles, regular $3. for $2.00  A Genuine Snap in  White Quilts  -Princess-Quilt,���������good =henv-y--we'ight._.fulLhlea(.-hed,_.g  ready for use, full double bed size,  regular  $1.75 for  only....." $1.15  Patent satin quilt, with raised niar������eilles patterns  and fancy centre designs, hemmed aeady for use. full  double bed size, regular $2.25 for $1.75  Mni.eills quilts, in pink and light, blue with mtirseills  patterns and fancy centre designs, slightly damaged,  full double bed size, regular $3.5*. for $2.00  $2.50 to $3; Shoes at f  Only $125  25 pairs Ladies' Dongola Oxfords, in tans and  black.  regular price $2,50 and $3.00. for $1-23  35 pairs Men's Tan Russian Calf Oxfords, siaiidard  sewn soles, coin and medium t oe. regular $3.50 anil  $1.00.   for *2'()(>  The Weather Was Against the Celebration, But the Programme Was  Carried Out in Spite of the Rain.���������  The Sports and Football Match Wind  Up With a Dance in the Opera House  The morning of Labor Day broke  fair and gave promise that the holiday  would be assisted by line weather.  Between nine and ten members of the  fraternities, brilliant with sash and  badge, began to congregate outside  the Oddfellows' Hall and at 10 o'clock.  Marshall Lee ranged the procession in  orded, and headed by the City Band  the parade wended its way up Second  street to Mackenzie avenue, down the  avenue to the railway crossing, then  back to First street and along First  street, Government road and Third  street to Douglas street and Front  street and back along the same- route  to the hall. Tliere were 86 members  of the various fraternities marching  in the parade, including tho Knights  of Pythias headed by tlieir commander  Jas. Gill, the Machinists.t.he Foresters,  headed by Chief Ranger Thos. Bain,  the Trainmen, the rear being brought  up by the Oddfellows of the Selkirk  and Revelstoke lodges.  On return to the hull the dedication  service of the handsome new lodge  room commenced. Speeches were  made by the representatives of the  various lodges present and by Aid.  Crage for the corporation. The impressive ceremonies of the dedication  of the lodge room according to the  Oddfellows' ritual, were then performed,' J."A. Stone presiding iii the  absence of the representative of the  Grand Lodge.  By the hour fixed to start the spoits  the fair promise of the morning had  proved fallacious and the monotonous  drip of the'rain began again and  lasted all the afternoon. It was in  consequence impossible to pull off the  entire programme, but the following  events were curried out:  Boys under , 10, hundred yards. E.  Pettipieci: 1st. S.Uilliard 2nd.  - Girls under 10 years, hundred yards,  Geoi'gie I ooth lsl. Miss'Perrier 2nd. .  Boys under 15,.-hundred yards, C.  Matthew 1st.' M. Pettipiece 2nd.  Girls under 15,  hundred   yards.   E.  Kmiwlton 1st, E. Forrest. 2nd. ������  Boys' Tug of War, C. Forri st.'s team.  Past Grands', 100 yards, Wilson 1st,  Palmer 2nd.*  Hundred Yards Open, Bonneyman  1st. C. Field 2nd.* '*  Standing Jump.'J. Allen 1st, C.  Bonneyman 2nd. '  "������  Three-legged Race, for boys. Beavo-  Pettipieee, 1st. Toonihs-Morgiin 2nd.  Putting Shot, E. Adair 1st. J. G.  Allen 2nd.  The expected- football match between a Lardeau team aiid the Revelstoke club failed to materialize, lint a  pick up game was played hetween  two teams captained by Roy and  Wentworth Smythe respectively mid  a very good game was played in spite  of the rain and the soaking ground.  Wontworth's team scoring t.he only-  goal made and taking the prize.  The City Band rendered a program  of excellent music during the day and  clid.the11:_hest_tq_enliyen_tlie inevitable  Steed, H. Longhead. W. A. Nettle,  F. B. Wells, Brown & Clarke. A. Rel-  velchese, Jules Perrin, A. McNeil, J.  A. Stone, Abrahamson Bros., E. M.  Alliim.  This petition was accepted almost'  without discussion as settling the question and the following motion was  put and carried. Aid. Graham being  the only dissent ient.  Moved by Aid. McKechnie, seconded  Aid. Brown, that whereas a petition  has been ptes.inted protesting against  the proposed method of building the  proposed sidewalk that the committee  on Public Works and Property be instructed to'procced at once to build  the proposed sidewalk out of the  moneys raised bv debenture for the  purpose of public improvements.  After the motion was (carried Aid.  Graham remarked with .eome vehemence that now every sidewalk in  town would have to be built out ol  lhe general taxation, but no one accepted the challenge to debate and  after authorizing the mayor to make  a grant of $25 to defray the expense  of hiring the city band on Labor Day  and passing the monthly wage list,  the council adjourned.  FERGUSON, IS IT NOT!  ARMSTRONG  IS  GOING AHEAD  The Ranchers in the   Okanagan Valley  Are Prospering.  Armstrong.  B.C.. Aug. 31.���������Many  have heard of a place called Armstrong,  hut  to   more  properly   judge  of   the  significance of  tho place  one. hns to  visit here and see for themselves.     To  hegin   with,   it,   is   the  centre of  the  Okanagan  valley.     The ranches here  are  a  perfect  garden, with  plenty of  fruit and and abundance of vegetables  of all kinds.  -The. farmers all seem to  be blest with a liberal   share of  prosperity.     All  have fine   turnouts and  good buildings.    We have a No. I saw  mill and a first class flour mill ; a   furniture -ind hardware store,   two  good  general   merchandise   establishments,  a jewelery store, a  new  drug store, a  new   barbel   shop, with   a first   class  tonsorial aitist at the chair ; a  hlack-  smi'th and wagon shop, a good saddlery  store,  with the good   natured   Chas,  Adison in charge, who is  turning out  some very fine work ; a good  restaurant and bakery, two' good 'meat markets, three churches,  viz.: Presbyterian, Methodist and Church of England-  We  are. to have a  brass  band and a  mandolin club, under the leadership of  the druggist, * We have one first class  hotel, under  the management of the  genial Hugh Keyes, who will and does  everything  to  make  his  guests comfortable-and  enjoy  themselves while  under his roof.  AVe had a grand old game of foot  ballon Saturday evening between the  Armstrong juniors and the pitkups,  wliich resulted in favor of the former  the losers were to pay for a supper,  which they did like little'men.  Owing to the continued wet weather  considerable damage has been done to  tbe wheat crop, hut'the crops being so  much heavier than last year the damage will not be noticed very much.  If the weather clears io will take but  a short time to take care of the wheat,  owing to the fact that three large new  steam threshing outfits have recently  been added tii the list.  The Kickapoo entertainment here  was liberally attended.  The new residence being built hy  Mrs. Schubert is nearly finished. W.  II. Ireland has die contract.  Not a Village, Nor a Town, But'  a City.  THE  IRON HORSE NEXT JULY  Will Penetrate from the Shore of Trout  Lake Into the  Cedar   Forest  Which  Now Covers  the  Coming Metropolis  of the Golden Lardeau and Open Up.  the Most Promising Camp in Kootenay  W. N.   Brayton.  general  ngeut^for  the Ferguson  townsite. wns in  town,  yesterday.    He reports a good demand,  for lots in the coining  metropolis, but.  he has decided not to sell any  to par-,  ties wishing tn   buy   for speciilatiive,  purposes.     The   railway  will     reach  Ferguson about next July or August..  The first  section  of  17   miles  will  be.  completed within 60   days,   an   extra  five hundred men having been put on  to   rush   the   work   through.     Good,  progress is being made  with  the sur-;  veying   of   the   second  section  of 13  miles, which will reach tho foot of the.  lake.   The road  then   strikes up the.  north Shore  of  the   lake   to   a   point,  about H miles from Ferguson where it.  leaves the lake and makes its way into,  the town.   This mile and a half from ,  the lake to Ferguson will be built first,  as soon   as   the  foot of  the   lake ia  reached,   connection   being made by,  the   steamer  Rosa,   now   plying    nn.  Kootenay Lake, which will be  hauled.  over the   railway  and  put   on'   Trout  Lake.      The   C.P.R.  have, acquired.  Selkirk City at the foot of Trout Lake  and their line runs along the   south,  shore"of the lake and on to Thomson's  Landing with a branch into Ferguson. -  striking off about IJ miles this side  of  Trout Lake City.   The C. P. R.  engi-.  neers   are  working   on   locating this.  branch now and are surveying on the  Ferguson   townsite at   present.    Col. .-  Brayton is confident that the prospects -  of Ferguson are bright.     " It will be," .  said he,   "a 'city���������not, a village   or   n.^  town, but a city."     He left for Ferguson this morning,  A Staple Department  Flannelettes  A table of 33 inch heavy Flannelettes, medium and  dark fancy stripes, fast colors, regular 12U_. to clear  we now offer it at. per yard 9c.  depression caused by the rain.  The day's entertainment wound up  with a dance in Tappidg's opera house  which Was well attended considering  the atrocious state of tho weather, and  at which those who braved the continual downpour of the rain enjoyed  themselves immensely.  THE GITY COUNCIL  A money saving item 1  in the Hardware dept.  15 only, Genuine Enterprise Meat Cut lers for.. .$2.25  7 Coal Oil Stoves  These are the products of llrst class Canadian factories and at the price we are now   offering  them   there  will be none left in a day or two.  7 only. Gem, one burner, for just $1.00  .md  was  \*f4?4f*&'*4W-*4f*4F**+-&**r+*<?+ "-*  .iwwwwwwwwhw^w*^^  Hold a Special Meeting and   Decide to  Commence thc Sidewalk Out of  Improvement   Fund.  A special nieeling of the council was  held at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday last to  discuss the perennial sidewalk qiti'.s-  tiori, present, the mayor. Aid. Wells,  Crage, Grahame, McKechnie  Brown. The following petition  presented :  To tiik Mayor and Counoii. oi-tiiI'  City or Ri"vkij~toke ;  Gentlemen :  We, the undersigned   resident  ratepayers along the route of the proposed  sidewalk from the corner of Victoria  Rond and McKenzie Ave., to  the  corner  of  Front  St. and  Victoria Road,  dn hereby strongly protest against, the  priipniiil   passed   at,  your   meeting "f  the lSlh   inst., lo  lniil.1  s.iid  sidewalk  by I rootage tax of jj and \.  Dated this 21st day  of August. 1S00.  Signed,  H. A. Brown,  John D, Sibbald,   H.   J.   Bourne,   Bourne   Bros..  Crage & Mavne,  R. P. Pettipiece. A.  Johnson, Enterprise  Brewery  Co.,  J.  P. Sutherland, T. Downs,   R. Tapping.  II. Gordon. R. Siinison  pro O. L. Lofsvold,   J.   Samson,   Jno.   Savage.   W.  Savage, E. C. Froiney. T. E. L. Taylor.  W  J. Brown, Myra Gainer,  Jas. McMahon,  Geo. Johnson.   Murk Hyatt.  M.  K.  Lawson,   G.  M.  Clark,   R. il.  Smythe, Chas. M.  Field,  P. R. Peterson. Malcolm Ross,  R. Howson, W. J.  Law.W. J.Lee, A.N. Smith,  Thos.  Capital and Labor.  Conciliation and arbitration as means  of   settling disputes   between  capital  and labor in Great Bi itiiin have proved  a great success, and the growth of the  boards may be reckoned as one of  the  most remarkable features of industrial  life at the end of the 10th century. No  fewer than 1,405 disputer were brought  before various branches of these boards  in 1807. the latest date, for whicli collected   figures  are  available,   and   ot  these 800  weie  settled  by  llie.boatd  without the   necessity  Of a   conflict.  These boinds exist  in  all   trades  and  their ��������� number  increases   every   year.  Extreme Socialist*- believe the nation  should  own  everything and   lhat all  the people ought to  share  alike.   We  believe in an  equality "f opportunity  that can only  exist  when  only   franchises or privileges are cut nil.     Anything that all individuals may   not  do  is a thing the government or municipality ought itself  to do.    With  all  privileges removed  theie  would   then  be  an  equality  of opportunity.    The  ownership of land   forever,   the  right  to issue money, the power to  demand  intei est, the franchise to build   a; railway, the license to  do  an   "express"  or telephone business, and the granting  of n patent are all privileges a few may  enjoy at the expense of the great body  of toilers.    If a government  collected  rents on landowned by the people and  not by individuals and received  interest on  money "issued   by   it   through  government    oflicials     in   postoflices  instead of  banking corporations,  and  of  the profits now  THEMNESS^THEURDEAlT.  The    Bismarck . Group    m*   Promisimg .  Property���������Prof.-Blochberger's Trip.��������� -  .  What the Rossland Miner Says.  Prof.   F.. R.   Blochberger returned ,*- ���������  Saturday after a"*very successful  trip  from the Lardean country,  where he  found eve'rything on the eve of great,  events.   Above the Brunswick  mines,'  adjoining Mr. Blochberger's Kingston    -  group, in  which Ross Thompson,  K.  K.   Peiser and S. Thornton  own an  interest. J. Tweedie has struck a rich , '  free   milling   quartz    vein    with   an.: _  average assay of  S439  in  gold   values  per   ton.     Prof.  Blochhergec showed  the Miner representative and his many :  friends in the city a fine quartz speci- '. *  men   wilh  large specks   of   Iree gold-  visible to the naked eye.   The vein,  Prof."  Blochberger   was   informed,  is  over 10 feet wide so  far,  the footwall .  not heing  found   when  he  left.   This -  certainly ought to be good news for?  everyone   holding   property    in   the  Lardeau district. " -  The Great. Northern, or Silver Cup.,  lead, on wliich are located the famous..  Beatrice   and   Mohawk   and    Fresno  mines, the properties of the youthful . -  pionerrs, Reainv   and Downing,  runs .  through   the    Kingston    group    and  adjoining    Fish      river      properties...  and   makes   them   with   t.he   surface  assays of over S50. properties of great =  promise.     The new gold bearing cross.-   ���������  lead no doubt will  naturally enhance'  the Brunswick, Kingston  and adjoin-  -ing-pro"perties-8tiil-mare.^and-they-are���������-T  only a   mile and   a  halt   from  Cory -  Menhenick's hotel and  stores in  the .  town of Canbourno,  the government  wagon road or the surveyed C. P. R.  line respectively.  On  Pool creek.   Prof.   Blochberger  owns the famous Bismarck group. The--  lead here is about IS feet wide, giving ���������  large silver and  copper values.-   Sur-   .  face   assavs   give   ot   ozs.   silver and.:  nearly 12 per cent, copper,   or  S78.WI  per ton in all  values,  as samples and-  assay certificates in the Miner window  will show.  Prospectors and capitalists nre now * "  rapidly coming into the Lardeau district, but as the district with ils grass- .  root propositions is really a poor man's  run ii trv. the prospectors are so far in  the   majority.     Air.   Starke,   a   hard .  working piospeclor. struck, a few d-tys .  ago. Mr. Blochberger was infi.rii.ed, a  solid galena vein of three  feet of ore j,  on   upper   Lexington   minimum.    Mr.* -  Girnril, wilh the liveliness of a  inotin-. ���������  tain   boy,   is  opening   his  promising  Mountain Boy claim.    Mr. Joe Best, a '  sturtlv   prospector  of    many    years', ���������  experience,   is   developing   hi.s  Silver ,  Dollar, Iron Dollar, etc.. all  of  wliich.  are extensions of  the  Beatrice  mine. .  into properties of great  promise and ,  value, while John A. Darragh. Lemon' .  Howe   and   Kennedy   are   doing the  very same thing wilh their properties. .  Delta. Alta and  other Greek   names,*,  situate near  Mohawk   creek   on the  Beatrice or Silver Cup lead. .;  Prof.   Blochberger   further    stated ,  that   everything   is   looking well  on.,  account of   tlle   great   efforts of the ;  railroad people to   give the Lardeau -  and Trout Lake district in the near .  future railway counection with Revelstoke. on the C. P. R.  main line, and -  the   Crow's  Nest  line  on   Kootenay .  lake.    Men of science and reputation  like Mr. Cuthbert Welch, of the Trail  smelter, aie on the ground to sample:  properties of merit and bring them on  the market to the benefit of labor and  capital.  The railroad contracts are let and  earned a portion  going into the pockets or idle monopolists who have seemed privileges that .  never ought to have been given them, j trom the look of tilings it should not  every man and woman          ,J  ould  find  it 1 take more than a year or two and one ���������  easy to earn a living and to enjoy some  of the luxuries of life that now go to  others who earn nothing but do collect, and use the larger share of the  profits rivaled by every toiler.���������  Citizen and Country,  XX  the richest countries in the whole o������  British    .Columbia   will   surprise the,  world by the immense output of high,.,  grade copper, silver and lead ores, and ,  judging from .the . new   gold, strike,  even goldoras.���������Rossland Miner. Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interests of  Revelstoke. Lardeau. Big- Kcnrt, Trout l.nke  lllielllewaet, Albert Canvon, Jordan  Puss snd Eaj.-le Pass Districts.  A. JOHNSON.       - -       Proprietor  A Seml-Weeklv Journal, imlilislied in tlie  Interest ot Herelsuilc*" nntl tlie siti-rounding  district. AVrdntsdayi ami Saturday*, milking  clirfi^st connections \rith all tvaiiv~-  Advertiitiif Kates: DU'ilny ads, il (fl per  column ln������h,$i.C_i p������r liu-h when Inserted on  title pipe. Lepal net., l'lv jut (noujiaiiel. line  tor lirst insertion; ic tor eaeti additional inset-  ti������_. It*������(ilnj; notices, Tic. (.er line each Issue.  Uirt_, Mirriaseand Ue.jtli imtiees, tri-i>.  subscription' Kates: lly mail or currier. H'.fO  j _>r .iii-jmn : ffi.*--.*" 101* six inoiulis stiicily in advance.  cur Job Department: Tiik llKr.Ai.li Joli  rirvi.r.nn-ni is i.nc ol tlif Ix.'i criuil.iieil printing  (.did* in W.-si Kooiennv..-ind ii- inv\uir������il to  ��������� x*c_t������ nil _inil.������ >.f prliitiiik' In lirst-i-lass style  lion-.-: price.!, cine pric- lo nil. Ko job ton  laref���������none too small���������Ior n������. 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GSOWLERS  Mr. Augustui; Hare hns known a  great many distinguished men and  women, and it is curious to see, in  an interview wliicli a recent, contributor to the London Daily News recently had with the well known writer and artist, how some o������ the great  men of the past used to growl. Carlyle, of course, was the most notorious; lennyson only a little better.  The exquisite poem, Crossing the Bar  grew  out   of  Tennyson's growl.  He had been very ill, and one day  when ne was convalescent, was sitting growling. Suddenly his nurse  said to him:  "You ought to.be ashamed of yourself, Mr'.T'ennyson. You ought to lie  expressing your gratitude for yonr  recovery from a bud illness by giving  us something, by giving it to Uie  world."  Tennyson, without replying, went  out and straightway wrote Crossing  the Bar, and brought it to the nurse  as a peace offering.  Carlyle's savage side was shown in  something Tennyson told air. Have.  Browning one day left a copy of his  new pcems at Carlyle's house and  Carlyle said to Tennyson:  >. nat did that fellow mean by leaving that cavt load of stones at my  door.-'  Carlyle and Tennyson weve nice  enough if one got round to the other  side of them, but why should they  have taken such pains to be unpleasant? Both were lacking in tact, and  after all, tact is the great thing to  carry one through life. Some one  asked Archtishop Langley of England once what tact was.  "..'ell," snid the archbishop, "it is  difficult to spy what it is. Here, however, is an instance of what it is not:  Only this morning a clergyman of -iiy  diocese wrote to me, 'In consideration  of your graces many infirmities and  failing powers." That was not tactful."  Gambler Yvcn all the Money With the  Odds Against Him  '���������Times ain't what they used to be  in this town," mused the old tini-r,  as he shoved bis hands far down into  liis trousers pockets and felt about fov  the 'case" coin which he knew was  there,  says me Memphis Scimitar.  "In them days, 'long about 'GO, 'ii?  and 'GS, money was plentiful anil  sportin' people rolled 'em high. Jefferson street from No. 9 clean down  to Third street was gambling houses  and every one of them was straight  exeept two. And say, that puts me i'i  mind ot a Iucny play I had one um ..  It sounds like pipe hut its true . lt  beats thc game at 40 .leffevson street  and mcy did'nt do nothin' but t'������il  the old tiling theve. It was one ci  the two brace houses and the fell?.r.~  that worked lliere wns so crooked  they slept in beds mado in uie shape  of the letter R. They couiun't gee  no   rest  in   no  other  kind.  "Up at. tlie Eldorado on Saturday  nights tlio keno game begun at 7  o'clock at r.O cents a curd, and vn-i  lhat way until I), and then it was ?1  a card. I goes down ..iiere one niglit  about 9 o'clock and look my luck w'.th  ine and about 12 o'clock I had saltod  away $('.00. Next dny it was vninin'  and drizzlin' and 1 didn't have no.'..it'  to do. so I dropped into 'forty' and  sal into lhe game there. I knew the  game was 'lionf hut I had this money  and   clldn'i  mind   takin'  a chance.  "1 hadn't lieon into the game lo'ig  until   1   picks  up   four aces,     i   lie:1.:  'cm   up   the   cat's   back   and      across the table kept comin' back .it  uie. When it runic to the show-down  1 bad 'im beat, und the banker. ,-.i!-  nounces that the game  is broke.  "I waits till thoy gets another staler:  and the game starts again. I pla;vd  along and finally picks up --..i'  dei(ces. I keeps bettin' 'cm and final!  ly the show down comes again and 1  has the other feller beat. The banker says the game is broke again a 11  I cashes in. They were fixin" ".in  hands, you know , and 1 goc me  'cooler' twice when it. was meant for  one of the house men. 'i ho mnn who  wns to get the -cooler' gets my hand  and. of course, he thinks lio has I lie  'cooler' and ho bets the bank's roll  at me.  "The man. who owned I be joint  was up stairs asleep, and they wv-.i.  and woke mm up. He comes uow-.i  bitin' mnd, and says:  " 'Where's the sucker that broke  this brace game?' and T smiles and  says, 'he's right here.' He knows me,  and when T snys that ho smiles and  says: 'Well if anybody had to get it  lucky, you are.'  "ne didn't do nothin' but five tne  flathead that filled the hands up  ���������wrong.  "I wouldn't tell this story if I  couldn't prove it , but the man tint  I can prove it by is right hack there  in  the saloon." o  *-'J no man in tho saloon corvobvoatod  the story between drinks.  FROM THE  FAR  NORTH  FROM COUNTRY TO CITY  The migrafion of young men fvom  the farming districts to the towns and  cities has reached such proportions in  r.r������it. Britain that not long ago a  writer seriously contemplated the possibility that England would some day-  consist of a number of immense cuies  suvrounded ,->- districts of market  gardens, while the rest of the island  would be as wild and uncultivated as  the wastes of Central Africa.  Without accepting the prediction  quite literally, it is still nevertheless  true that tlie movement in question is  going on in this country and the  United States as it is in England.  The young men of today ave most  cf them reluctant to adopt any pursuit that involves manual labor. Their  impulse is to push into the already  overcrowded sedentary employments  in the cities. Thousands of them do  not realize their anticipations, nnd  live meagre, discontented, unpromising lives. It is a mistaken choice.  The hope is that the multitude of  these failures will ultimately living  aobut the readjurtment.of the popular  conception of country and city business life.  Meanwhile education must be ex-  a__.".pnded--_an(L_snecialized... .It. is -im-.  perative that educational methods  should adjust themselves to the needs  of the times. Already there is a  movement to teach more agriculture  in country schools. If the movement is successful, a large number of  the boy.-* of the next generation will  be taught that intelligent farming is  one of the best reliable puvsuits to  ���������~~*hic_ thought and enterprise and  industry ran be given. The tendency  of education as we have it in the  Canadiau West is .to produce too  many lawyers, doctors, clerks  school teachers.  Clagary Herald.  Among the passengers who arrived  by tlie north train on yesterday evening were two Canadian young ladies,  Miss Anna Marsh and Miss Lily  Veitch, who have beeu engaged as  missionavics for four and two yoais  respectively, at St. Peter's mission, on  the Great Slave lake, in the Mackonv.'.'  river country, under Bishop Reeve, of  the Church of England Missionaiy  society.  The Rev. Thomas J. Marsh, brother  of Miss Marsh, who spent severa.  years in that country, is head of th"  Indian school and is doing good work  there.  These ladies left tlieir homo i*- Lhe  far north on the 2!)tli day ,of.Juno,  starting across the lake in'a small  steamer which the Bishop purchased  fvom a parly of Detroit miner*, to  Fovt Smith. From this poiiit tliey  travelled by ox-cart and buck-board to  whore they were taken on board tne  Hudson's Hay company's steamer  across Lake Athabasca to Fort McMurray and from thence to Athabasca  Landing. 2S0 miles in a scow, which  took them three weeks to accomplisn.  Tlience by lumber wagon three and a  half days lo Edmonton, where th-y  were detained for a dny on account  of ihe flooded state of the rive  During the voyage from0. Fort Smith  to Fort McMurray, some of the Indian  commissioners were fellow traveller-,  from whom they received much kindness, also from the Hudson's Bay company's oflicers. Major Walker was  not one of the party, as he had gone j  to Pon-ilu-lac with Commissionev ���������  -l_aird.*=������������������= * =-=���������=���������=   :  speak lightly of decades. But when  1 first set foot���������it was a tenderfoot,  let me say���������in Hugo, Colo., 1 at once  conceived a great respect fov a man  named Higgins. Higgins was an undertaker. He was tho only undertaker within a hundred miles, and he  was getting rich. Neve a, day  passed but my friend Higgins had a  funeral on hand. He was tne most  cheerful undertaker, perhaps, that ever  flourished.  "I remember well tho day that I bid  Higgins good-by. He was as light  spirited as a grasshopper, and a thousand times expressed his regret that  1 was going into the interior until I  felt clammy lest he might bo gri .veil  nt the thought that some else might  hnvo the profitable job of burying  me.  "When I noxt saw Biggins it was  after a two years' experience of chas-  i" wild steers. I was glad to sec  him he was such a jolly old undertaker.  Hello, Higgins!' I said cheerfully,  when I walked into his establishment.  "How aro you, old man9'  "Hicgins shook his head mournfully,  .mil then I stopped short in amazement, for T saw that he was nailing  down boxes and packing up bis slock.  You aren't going to move, aro  you?' T asked in surprise, but ho only  jammed a role of crape into a dry  goods box and went on with his work.  " See hove Higgins." I cried 'what's  thn trouble?     Toll nie about, it.'  "Tlie old man turned on mc wvaih-  full.v.  " 'Ain't   I   boon   one  o'   Hugo's   ben',  citizens?' he _������ked  stonily.  'You have Higgins.'  " 'Ain't  1  paid  my  taxes?'  ��������� 'vin   have my  friend.'  Didn't 1 organize a board ot education?'  " 'You did.'  " -Wasn't. I its president?'  " 'You   certainly  wero,  and   a   wood  one.  although  we haven't any school  yet.'  ment for law and order?'  " 'Didn't  I head the citizens' raovc-  " 'You did. Higgins.'  " 'Well,   that's  all.      Now   how   do  you think this pesky town has treated  its foremost citizen?'  "'Toll me, Higgins.      You hnve my  sympathy.'  " 'Well.   I   was      making   a   decent  livin'.       I   let  out  contracts   fov   the  only brick building in tlio town.'  " 'Yes.'  " 'I was going to call it tho Higgins  block.     1 was s'oing to let tlie volunteer   fire   department  havo  rooms   in  my block for nothin'.      I proposed to  have a temnerance union in the town.  I hoped to have a free library.      You  know I'm a progressive citizen, don't  you ?'  " 'You aro, Higgins.'  " 'Well, what do you think this town  has done to me '  " 'Surely nothing bad, Higgins?'  "'Nothing bad!' he screamed.      'Do  vou know what they've done   They've  lynched Bill Smith, and if ever thevc  was a cowardly blow aimed at a foremost citizen, it was that.'  " 'But you can bury him, Higgins?'  "'Bury him!'  he screamed.      'Bury  Bill   Smith!      Why.  man.  Bill   Smith  was makin' a fortune   for     me.     He  killed liis man as regular as thc sun  went down; and I buried every one of  'om.   ' He was worth $25 a day to mo,  lie was.      So T'm  goin' to leave 'om.  This town don't offer no inducements  to  an  honest  man like  me.      Think  what I've done for 'em.     1 was goin'  to erect a monument to our departed  brothers.  And now  thoro won't be  a  doath   in  this  town once      a month.  Poor Bill!' and Higgins seized a winding sheet and tried to stifle his sobs."  THE WORLD TODAY IS BETTER  THAN IT EVER WAS BEFORE  By Ella Wheeler Wilcox.  Oh, tho earth is full of sinning  And of trouble and of woe,  But the devil makes an  inning  Every time you say it's so;  And the way to set him scowling,  And to put him back a pace,  Is to stop this stupid growling,  And to look things in the face.  If you glance at history's pages,  In all  lands and eras known,  You will find the vanished ages  Far more wicked than our own,  As you scan eacli word and letter,  You will realize it more,  That the world today is better  Than  it ever was before.  Tliere is much that needs amending  In thc present time, no doubt,  Thoro is right, that needs defending,  Thoro is wrong needs crushing out;  And wo hoar tho groans and curses  Of the poor who starve and die,  While the men with swollen purses  In the place of hearts, go by.  But in spite of all  the (rouble  That obscures flic sun today.  Just vememlior it was double"  In the ages passed away..  And these wrongs shall all lie righted.  Good shall dominate the land.  Fov the davkiioss now is lighted  Hy the torch  in Science's hand.  I  Forth from little motes in chaos  We have conic to what wo are.  And no evil force can stay us,  Wc shall mount from star to star;  Wo shall break away each fetter  That  has  bound   us  heretofore.  And tho world today  is better  Than  it ever  was before.  WHITE, GWILLIM &   SCOTT.  Barristers,  Solicitors, Notaries Public.  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Itevelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  W. White,. J.  M.  Scott, B.A..  Q.  C. L. L.  B.  F. I_  Gwlllim  HARVEY & IWcCiiRTER  Barristevs,  Solicitors,  Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at S per cent.  Offices:      Molsons Bank Block.  First Street, Kevelstoke Station, Tl. C.  THE MOLSONS BANK  l.NCOKl "OKATKD  1"!Y  A OT  OF  P.M< I.I \. r.f ENT, 1855.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  $2,000,000  $1,500,000  J. W. Cross, M. B.  illiicn:   Tavlor   Hlock, Mackenzie    Avenue,  Itewistnku.  Snrne in to the C. I'.I!  Ilea lh ollicer, Citv of I'.ove'u.ii e.  H  ������       T           T   T      .  c  1, J  L..   STtdlff  Notary Pnblic,  Solo AKcni" for       m'~^-^r  PAID UP CAPITAL      -  REST FUND - - -  DIKEC'TOKS:   Wm. Molson SIaci'iikiison,- President: S. H. Ewinr,"Ylcn-Prcsldenti" ^35  "". SI. llAMHAY.SAMUKL   FlN~.LV, II-NllY AllCIIIIIALl",  J. I'.CLRIIIIOKN, ___  H. JIaki'i.aiui Molson.   . ^3������  P. Wokfkiiton Thomas, General MnniiKor. ZS  W.  J������:     A general li,inking business transacted,  fc rates.  Interest, allowed at current. tS!  J. D. MOLSON. -  MAXAUKI!, llKVUI.STOKK,  B.C,  ft-4MM-_tt_.&lUUUU^4_^  1  e Are JJ  8  Revelstoke  Townsite  Mi'iinp-, Fire and  Life Insurance . .  Ollice, Opposite! O. P. ii. Ooiint.  TO FR.OSPE0TO51S AND MINERS.  opened up by tho������������������^.���������__-__  Mineral Properties  pru-  lieltl  on  .MIXED  AT HOME  A young maried couple who r<~  cently went house keeping at. Clybotn  avenue bad just enough monoy to buy  ihe necessary furniture. They had  not enough money to invest in mottoes  and picluresThc youg wife is handy  witli the brush, but has considerable  yot to learn in books. She made  an effort to supply the deficiency in  mottoes for the wall by working at  odd times on plain cardboard with  waicrcoloi-s. Hero are some of lhe  mottoes  lhat  now  adorn   their   home  A   Stitch   In   Time Is.thc  Noblest Work of God  What   Is    Home   Without  Fool and  His Mother  The  dare  devil   davo  not  faco  dent thought.  Vernon fall'show will  bo  September '211. 27 and 2Sth.  "When the swallows homeward lly"  ���������Just After Quitting Time.  A new flour mill is 'being erected  al iVot.'tFkiwin.  Seven hundred eiitries"v.*oro_gi*ani  Cl' at Edmonton this year.       ^"  That some people may live without  working others must work without  living.  Edmonton Methodists have ������ub-  scribod 51.200 toward tho twentieth  century million dollar fund.  For a rainy day the weather prophet  should lay by an explanation of win-  he predicted fine weather.  -Perhaps the biggest fish liar of  them all is the man who tells you of  the exploits achieved with a bent pin  in his childhood.  V. C. Potts, formerly with the AVinnipeg Froe Tress, is in the city. He is  now travelling salesman for the  Crows Nest Pass Coal Co., Ltd.,  Fernie, B. C.  Mrs. F. Goodc of Edmonton recoiled a letter fvom hev brothor, W.Webster, who left there last spring with  the Jones party, taking a bunch cf  cattle to Klondike. Mr. Webster wa.-*  iii the Atlin district when he wrote.  J. S. Crawford, Canadian government agent at Kansas City, and Capt.  Barrett, agent in Texas, arrived this  morning with 2_ delegates from Kansas, Texas and Illinois and wen1:  norlh to inspect the country.  There is too great a discrepancy  between thc salary of tho Govern ir  General of Canada and that of tno  Premier. 'I ae   governors     $50,0"*0  might lie cut down and the savi���������*_,.;  applied towards evening up the miserable stipends paid the cabinet ministers. ��������� 0  Attention is called in medical journals to the desirability of testing vail-  voad employees for defective hearing  as well as for color blindness. A recent examination in Europe developed the fact that out of S2 firemen and  engineers only threo possessed perfectly normal hearing. o  A St. Laurent, engineer of the Edmonton bridge left for the north on  this morning's train. Mv. St. Laurent  says that it will he necessary to raise  the pievs about eight feet before, put-  *o ting on the superstructure. After  . .o some difficulty a quantity of Belgian  cement has been secured and it is  hoped that the bridge will be completed this year.  Dr. Francis 'T Wiliams of Boston  says that when it becomes cuslomarv i  Thos.  R, Davey  Trout Lfiko City  Notaiy Public _linin;_; n-d Real  Ksliite Broker and jrener .1 O.uiinii-i  si.m Aptcnt. Mini's lvpiiletl on and  IC-tiniiili'.s given for work. Lile-I; reliable infoi iiiation ns io claims wink  ing and for tal'.'in the district. Good  i'oospi.'M.s held rn-y.���������Wiite or call.  iirEfifAt  'OF  Toronto  -'  l,3G0������Ofl.  Tn cibtain rapiilly tlie kiioivie.ltre ol'tlu; vnliio ol' reel'-j nr Ii-i.'ucm  notliinu is tn lii.!,i:iiiniitire(l with tlm D'uiiikiikI Cun; Drill, whieh will  lirnvo more in GO day--t.h'in nu (liilliu tif men tiiniielliiiK or linking  -IihI'Is ("oultl jjrovB in ten ytiiii:..  Tlii; Diniwitit! Giirc- Drill can pii-ieo ������lie iiiciuntiiiiti nml k������ th  e~~rot nf \vli_r. ir. contain.-IVrnn their verv hearts nnil the moro -oid  lie rook I'orin.'ilioii, tlio quicker ir. will dn its wink.  Tlie Diamond Core Drill i-* -n cun-ti noted thnt ii; cmp.  bo taken  1.1  pioces ami packed on the backs nl' li,>r������-i-.s mul om rioil   mid   woi k������ ���������!  almost. imiecesMble place" where water  can Iih  olitaii-.ed,���������-;uui  it  be in almost ;uiy part ol Briti-li Columbia.  For l'u!l information nml jjarlioiiltii'.s apply bylH ior or in peixin to  Hsatl Ofiice,  Aoirf Ua   Uapitai  ubiirve      -    -    -  .Hi rectors:  tl. S.   Kowlniiu    Pri.'������iiJi'i)i  t'.ft.Mtwtl.. ,Viee Pre.s.,-, sit. Ua thin  Vv'i)Ji_,ij, Kai.M.-ny,  llolie'tt JaJT-.-iT-,  ��������� l'i(.-,ii Kyan,   T.  Sutherland  8!������y.,!������i  Kb a- it(!j.;en-..  I.). K. Wilhiri, "leueral Mn.n.-imir  Brov.ohpb,  North Wi-sV'uid British Uolunitnji  J.    D.     S'IBB'AL  REAL     ESTATE   AND     MINING     BROKERS,     REVELSTOM!  -latiiinr.  'idtraiy  K 'inniitiin  SlI.'tlllCOtl.L  l'*..'I\fllN  'J .ft.  Por-'HifO la V.-i.ootivc.  ~.       Prairie \V iri:i!}:i.-;>  Prince Allien    Fteve.Ifi'i'k.  N Ijou, 11.  ON'TAKIO.  i.N'i."...,.i_"a ^nllh   \hl. 1 hoijj-i,  J Pi in 'Jult'orno .Toronto  i Iin i Pi .i-U'4|f      | Wei l������i id  iyault lit, Mariei vVmidsr.do  Lislovse1!   |.Hf. O.'iMiai'int.s lUamiltor.   ,  -ictitmil, Qui'bec.  Savings Bs.uk Deportment���������Dep-'iu  .if  Jjil    and    upwards    received    nn-'  biu-ivsi. 'i.ilo.v.'o.d.  Debentures-- Provincial,  .Munieipn  .-.nd other diib'"uturr.'s purchased.  Drafts and Loiters of Credit���������Avail  ,ible at all   points in Cn inula, thiite.  iCmfi-Jinn,     Cfpif'.'O    St.avoH,    Europe  I'ndiA,  China,  J_&pa.n,   Australia., No"  .���������'e_n.lF.nrt. er.C  Gold  Purchased =  This BanVc Issues Special Receipts  wiiich Willi be ucecumtod for n.t.u.ny o(  tho Hucx.-nn's Kay Co's Pests in tliv  Yukon nil I _ rtovMievrt clist. lets.  A. R. il. KKASIEJ.  t.1nno.s.Xbv -knvelstoko Krar.uh  lii;lit  IikiI   rcionju  Tnlilo furnished with  the olnii,*.'**---" llie lii'ii-kec  nft'iini-i. l-Ji'.^t Wine.  Liquors mni Oi^atvi  Ratios   $!.      ii dny.      Mnntlily  rnr.e.  J. ALUEIt! HTONK, i'mpru-inr.  KATSS.  $i oo  PER   UXY  lie  Good accotmnod ition. -A go-.il btT  wcjll ".ujijilied- witli choice; win_.-  liquors and ci<;ars. ,,"  '.Ve Have a Good. Supply of  Building  Free Ens lYSeets All Trains  U.S  Brown ' & ' Pool  , Proprietors.  E Lit S T  xz  .JL_-_-_  Mat trial  ������-���������������* Lumber  CUT PRICES  TOR S FOT CASH  and  Writing of the expansion of the  British empire. Sir Charles Dilke  says: "XX'.; may sny roughly that v-_  are the masters of something llste "  c|tiart_r of the globe, but that as regards shipping we are in posse=si -a  of almost everything that exists.  Lord Ilostbery. In a recent addros:,  delivered at Kpson college. "*aid tnat  some nations owe almost everything  to their schools, citing particular!)  Kngland. Scotland, Switzerland and  Prussia. English schools, he -".id,  have been th - best schools of manhood tne worln has ever seen. Spoa,,  ing directly io the boys nt Epsom,  ho said: "Fiom the very moment you  Pave the nitisc-ry you can exercise  some of the qualities of manhood  They can bo exercised all through  school life, those rpialiiies not merely  of industry, but self denial, and ihat  which, perhaps, shows the most manhood in a bo*", the power to say  'No,' "  A letter, from Frank A. Walki-i  dated Dawson, June 24th, is pub  lished by the Edmonton Bulletin.  One paragraph reads as follows.  "The covernmint's policy it" fierce!/  condemned here,and with good reason  I believe. If il is their intention '-o  drive people out of here they are  going the right way about it, as tu-v  are leaving by hundreds. Thoy have  also clostd the two principal creeks,  Eldorado ana Bonanza, against fin  tber entry. Tt looks as if it ^Yas the  intention to throw away thn only-  chance of thoroughly opening up the  country. In the government oflice  they will give yo"-' as little information as possible unless one has a letter from some one down fast who  stands in with the government."  Miss Marsh and Miss Veitch are to  be congratulated on theiv courage and j o   ������ j to examine ...ic chest with the X rays, ; O.ili mid ^ -j.3 us. We can lix you  :   deaths   from   heart   failure     without '  People Who^Liye jin Class Houses : I previous   warning   will   bo  less   com-1            ��������� REVELiTUKE   SAW   WILIS  t-. ....  ~     ... - .t.lmnn __n~p__a_s_^i~ilj____not only .enable..:    ...    ..   "."_. ." _  : 1 the   physician   to   determine  Flock. Together.  voluntavy  ladians  tho  size ���������  the  heart,   but with   their  aid  bo '  exile     in behalf     of the , 0 o ��������� can a'.so   follow   the   movements  After   a  well   earned  rest 1  they hope to return 10 the field of' :  their labors. At present they are the ��������� :  guests of iheir esteemed friends thc ; ;  Misses Choate of this city. ', 0  Bird? of a Feather  Gather No Moss  vements     111    '-r-"i -t~, 1     j     1  : health   and   disease,   which   had     not! L llQ    iveVelStOKC  : ' been   possible   bcrore.    Swch  examin- 1  : ��������� ations are also useful in  casos of'in-i TT 1  1 .,..,,,  : ��������� cipioi.l consumption. | rleiaiO.    l**" ������ ������*���������>]  Oo   Vou   CUant   a   Home   in    This   Gfocuing    Otlining   an i  Railcuay   Centre   ?  The C. & K. s'eam Navigation.Company hiva scru'3 of tho ti  liglulnl pioperty in Uavdstokc.     It ia'charmingly   situated,   handy  to  to any portion of th������ to<vn.    Come and enquire about it at once.    l_a.y  terms if necessary.  T  . Ijl. HRIG Sole Rgent  ���������3K  m  SKI  11  THE PIONEER LIVERY-  Food and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake  TROL'T  FISHING  O'  Morning ! 0  Creel: I3y George! they ought u*. '"  bite today: it'? ii-pr. cloudy and windy ��������� ���������  enough. ; :  Line: That'.- so. And th. wain* ;.; :  just right, to-.i���������neither too high nor , :  too low,  Rodd:     And  t!..v  hasn't,  boon  any  rain  for  ko  innif   that    nothing    hi.*  washed  into ;h-  creek lo feed   cr.-..  Noon  Creel: I dou'i. i.cji.'vo ti-.( ro are  any trout In  Oil. darn-: i  crt .-It.  Line: What i.i the (buice do vui  suppose alls "er-..'  Rodd: May Ir. they'll bito heU_**  this afternoon,  Niglit  Creel: How r.-.any have we? Eleven.  I tell you wli.it we ought to do���������wo  oilicht to come out. here some bright,  .tin.liiny day when llior. isn't anv  wind. Nobody can catch niiyimtig  011  a-dark   blustry  day  like  this.  .Line: And wli������n the water is hi:";li-  'c-r:    it-ii too darned low today.  Hodd: And right, after a good,  bard rain. I'll bet wc fill our basket.*-  then.  According to  Professor  Morit'/.,writ-  i������ ������;ing  in  a   Gorman  medical   periodical,  I '��������� ��������� 'i the nuwt spc-dy absorption of a drug  " ��������� into 1..0 human system is secured  : ' by adniinist-vvlilg it with water on  ������_:in empty stomach. In mny cases, he  " ..!. tyf*.   11   definite   effect,   will   thus   bo  ��������� prodtic'd.  'Wh������n   no   effect    would   bo  I p.;rf'-iitfbln   from   the  wiino   dose  ad-  * : mlnl.-"ter������d ,*hortly aftor taking food.  ' ' Food taken immediately after medi-  11 i clii-    retards   the   absorption     of   the    j dnii;.  It 1 . not often that a lawyer jdv'". 1 It hi ',,-iid that once a cannibal chief  better advice and asks no fee for it .rapt'ip-d a miK.ionary who was any-  tlian was once given by a ('"niiin thinir but a toothsome morsel, as ho  Irish judge. .\ turbulent peasant w-i������'w:is old and thin, and looked as If hi.s  a witness in a trial lipfore Chief Baron ll. sh would I.e lough. Tho missionary  O'Grady.     Thc   counsel,   after   ptMter-   .,v;irii".|  the chief that ho would      not  Honesty ls the Tricf of Time  He Who Fights and  Riihf  Away  Cots the Worm  lias moro readers in Norlh  Koolonay than any other paper;  has more advertisers in Kevelstoko than any othor paper;  docs- more job printing in the  city than any other paper; it's  news is more spicy and up-to-  date; its influence is greater;  Its advertising ratos are lowest  circulation considered; its subscription rate is only $2.00 per  annum; It covers the field, Try  it and bo with the .crowd.  Write to  "RBVKLSTOKE HERALD,  Ilcvclstolcc, B. C.  -u������mm  Saddle    and    ' Park  always I'or hire.  Iloruen  i'-'eiglitinp:   and   Teaming'  specialty.  ing  him   for  a   while,  put a   (pii'stlon   make  .1  good  dinner,  and  pulling  up   TT7 T\        "TJ'   -. 1      _ ���������_-������<���������]  ro   him   which   re|!<>. ted   on   th"   v, it-   his trousers, cut a slice otf the calf of 1    I \\        J     ! f , l\ 3 r IJ  ness'.s character., "If ye nsk   nie ihar   his  !*-i.' an'l  ofT"rw|  it      to  tne chief.:   ���������*   ���������    ������ *-*..   1    1 Viuull  ,\3_  ...-7ISSJIYER....  THE  UNDERTAKER   K.CKED  of  When the    Thoughtless    Populace  Hugo  Lynched  Bill  Iciith.  "I remember," said t.ho c .;.jnol -rhon  the party reached tho enl fl a :; nd  dinner when thc waiters s.'^od b. b nd  thc chairs with lighted matches. 'I remember an incident which sfrir..i od  upon my mind the fact that whon a  man has an eye for business he has  eyes for nothing elso."  The colonel tells a stoiy woll, and  paused hero, says Tho Nov York Tribune, waiting for tho eigirs to bo  lighted and for tho inspiring fragrance of the Hayanas.  "I shall not t lsl I you how long ago  it was, for I am getting '.0-.1     old to  Gold, Silver or Loud   ' Copper   ' Gold and .Silver    ,  , Gold or .Silver and Copper.  . Gold, Silver and   Lead   . ..$1.5(1  ... li (ID  ... 2 00  . .. 2.50  3.00  ���������I 00  again I'M give ye a kick!" was the Tl;.- cli>f ta.ited It, said ho didn't like  answer. The counsel appealed 10 the jt. n.i<i passed II m u sufi.liief. Tli _  court, staling, that nn answe-r was sub 13ati.1l it, made ���������,, wry faco, and  necessary to iii.������ client's rase, and'pats'-d ir. on. Tho next man who  ended up with the query: "What took a bite of it. .'pat it out. The mis-  woald your lordship advis." in? u sion.u".* was reka'-ed. After lie had  do" "if you are resolved to rcpf.if gone, jr wan discovered that ho wore a  the  (luestioti,"   replied   the ormrt.  "I'd  cork  b-K. '  advise you rf) move a little rrom    the. _    "Pur-Inn nn: ">:aid tho tourist, (m ho ' (iolii. Si Iver, Leadland Copper..  witness." I gazed m the country's first, locomotive, I D .        . "' ���������  J. If. Ross, one or the Indian tr. ritvj"bur. why is that las-.so hanging imd.r   FromPt attention to Samples by Mail,  commissioners   a_ onipantcd    by   Sec-'ithe smoko stack "     "That,    respond-!     Cash Must Accompany thc Sample,  rotary  McKenna.   returned     from   the. led   Am bor   Pete,   acting   engineer,   "Ih j |7p/-vn4- Of-  north lns**t night.having concluded hisjtho  cow catcher.      Thar was an   iron I'lOIIl/CU  share   of   tho   commission.     Gomrnis- .concern   that carno      with  tho engine, '   sionor   Laird   and   Major   Walled-  arc Unit  lb'- boy? did'l  exactly understand :  expected  our.  in   about  11   week.      Mr. ihow it could catch a coiv. so they un- '  Ilciss   says   the     commission     treated !screw, d it. and put. on  one thai  tbey  with   about   2._00   Indian?,    represoul -j know ,-omethiii;; about.       It's tho host  ing   about  TO   per     rent    of   th"   r_dirow rac-hcr this side of Denvor, too." |  opulatlon   of   the   far   north.      ho I    The trains of thn trans-Siberian rail-!  northern Indians  aro  a  far   different,,road  im io bo carried  across      Lake!  class   altogctnur   from   thoso   v.c   aru'IJnikal   on   a  _t cam boat  which,   It  is!  familiar won. Thoy are. not -'blanket" said,   will   possess  the;  most,  powerful >  Indians.      Tliey dress like white poo-'engine.; employed in any vessel alloat.  pie  and   it.  is   nol   uncommon   to   soo They aro of 40.000 horse power, and a  a   buck  with  a, pair of .0 pants   and  largo share  of  their  immense  energy !  a ?���������"���������  hat.    The  sni'aws aro also fond  will   bo  required   to  break  a   way  for ���������  of  finery  arid  even   tho  children   are lho b'jat, through t.ho thick ice which ,  dressed  up  in   tho   finest that   mon._y covers  the  lako in the  winter.      Tho ',  can   buy.       Mr.   Ross   wont,   west   i;n  engines of ihe great steamship1'Kaiser I  $!  Revelstoke  mi comfort  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.-   For particulars write  CItAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson'sLandino  (.'/���������/rt fe-rf������sga*^2g8Kess5^?^^  k  I  Send for a Copy of the Third Annual Edition  OF  pettip-iece:  I City of  .EVELSTOKE  MM.'.  tei  l..it������-i:  PM .Tiper's   Par-s,  iVTayn ��������� I- eiifi. h.  11  V.iiicouvci- .*i:nl Vj(tiii-in  today's train  to meet Mrs. Ross, who _ Wilhelm der Grosso aro of only 28.000 , Unav^"'  has heen visiting in British Columbia,  horse power. '   Moilcmto ra  1 hii !i,Vip~   i^-  -'.lii'iti'-l    nn  t.r,.-.  nr- (Ik.   mi,*!  1 It  fill I -' -|..iJ '��������� i tl.t  lllllf -if Ol -1: !_-!._  i.'li-'iu. -I. I'.jli'iu1: .;..ii.!ln.-.ii 1^ ai.d S-'iiea:  ),ivn (fn 1:-. "n| 1- >ii lii^.  Ji:������i 111. |.l ire : . -..(-ei, .i li.. ..l:i> ili.ri:,-.: llu-  tint iiitunu'! 1111 i|li������'  T'lC  (ill lilll.'r  I. .. _'<'������^V.ni<---llV( r mi Men ..ivi.  ii-ul  New Wistini ,������|'t ..11 Tliiir_d ivs ar.d Snt-  ,'ti  >x  $>  ComDkte and ftsli  AH About Revelstoke  The Gateway to lhe Wonderfully Rich Ai'i������^rc3 JSislrict of North  Ktiolfnay ond Canoe Hirer.    Thc &'i~?:iyPain.'- for the  Hit/ [lend. Trout Lttiu'i Lardeau.,  /l"..^itneact. Albert Co n.'/on, Junta n- Pass and. Eagle Pass  hintricl&. Business Men and Bnsi-  il'.'n-. [Jou.<:::.t.  The mime, Occu-  ���������  palionand Residence of  Every Male Resident  in.    the    City.  Price,  50 Cents  Ai!l~i" "v3s:  lc  %*&  R.   P. PETTIPIECE,  Kevelstoke, B. C.  .SWSPi^'^i^*??^������*^ r v.  /2>t������  Declining   China   and   Her   Increasing  Troubles.  iin Hi  THE MAHDI'S' TWO SONS KILLED  BY THE SIRDAR'S  TROOPS.  Vancouver, August 31.��������� Advices i river this morning. Three young  from the Orient by thc Empress oi girls named Gillespie wore bathlns  China say thut me Dowager iim- when one of tnciu going too deep los'.  press of China bus insisted lhal an her footing and disappeaicd. The  extra annual income of I.5UU.00U tacm two others by trying ti> save her met  shall bo allowed lier. bhe sent out I the same fate. The bodies of two  Lord Kang Yel to extort this amount 1 have  boon   found.      They    were   bc-  DBPUTY SHERIFF SHOT  Chattanooga, August 31.���������W. H.  Payne, one of the best known farmers  in McMinn county was shot yesterday  at Crane Creek Camp Meeting grounds.  He was a special deputy sheriff detailed to preserve order. While walk-  ig around the tent he was shot by  some unknown person and died soon  afterwards.  DREYFUS   TRIAL  Jrom the Chinese people, but lu  every province the Chinese rebelled  tigalnst the tribute and Kang xvus  recalled.  A terrific cyclone s,wept over l-oo  Chow with groat violence and the  town of Kuhang wns demolished.  ���������Destitution there is terrible. 'i'he  British barque Kittle was wreck.-1  an this storm and half of her ciow  drowned  E.   Schlumbcrger,   a   passenger  tween 11 and IG years old.  Tll_* BOER WAR  Is  Considered   to  be Within   Slght-  Fifteon Thousand People Have  left thc Transvaal  London,    August    80.���������The    ".Vc<.*>  I minster Gazette, while  lamenting Hi*    _. .        _ _ on ' immoderation which led  to the nrcs-  the  Empress of" China,  has  travelled ' ent Transvaal nisis, admits that   th.  across   Sioeria   for   1000     miles     on   country is wltl'in sight of war,"which  sight  may shortly be as unavoidable as on  the merits of the question It would  be  inexcusable.'  The Cape Town correspondent o  ths Daily Mail says: "A pitiable  scene was witnessed at the railwa.-  station today on the arrival of the  train from Johannesburg with p.. ;  fire in the history of Yokohama oc j children on board, whose parents arc  curred on August 12th. A squar-* j too poor to come themselves. It i.  mile of buildings were destroyed and estimated that 15,000 people have  36 lives lost. The property loss vva-.jleft the, Transvaal since tho crisi.  hetween   livo  and   six' millions.   The ; began.    In tho house of assembly to-  across Sioeria for  camels. He thinks the now trans-  Siberian railway would be a complete success, but or greater advantage to Great Britain than miss.-..  He said: "Wheu lhis railway is lit.-  jshed look out foi- events of interactional   magnitude."  Yokohama, August 31.���������'lhe largest  owner   of   thc   house  where   the   five,  started   was  killed   by  the   mob.  DECLINE OF CHINA  day the government announced tlmt  it was considering a proposal i.,  afford greater facilities for women  and children to leave Johannesburg  Bcchuanaland is in a state of ferment  owing to   fears  of a Boer raid.  Col.  Pekin   August  31.���������Joseph  Walton. Baden-Powell's     forces      there      ar.  "I iber-il   member   of   parliament   has wholly inadequate to protect such an  liacl an interview with Li Hung ^ang extended  frontier   and the Boers arc  und   Prince  Cheng.;   He  wrgad   them quietly concentrating in   tho  western  fo B^Ue promPtW  all differences be- part  of  the Transvaal.    A  Boer spy  tween  Chna and  other  nations   and has   been   arrested   in   Ramattabama  iwem  1,1111* American   ami   Jap- camp,  in  British  Bechtianaland.  the   immediate   re  employ  English  anese  othcers   in ���������,.���������.v-  organization   of    the    Chinese   any  nnd navy as the only hope ot aven- .  ing the partition of ihe Chinese em-,  ticians   he   met,   including  i/arjiuises '       aL hed f  iiire     Mr.   ".anon  reports  that  du;-i.  Iug his recent-visit "to Japan the poli-  Jtf.-Okuma,   and   ^oki,   expressed   a  strong desire to cooperate,witn Gieat  Britain'to support the far east into.  csts  of  the two nations.    *  San Francisco, August 31.���������A cm-i  esc-Amerlcan corporation with a capital of S30.000.000 has been formed for  establishing enterprises in China.  WILL BE  MILLIONAIRES  In  GREAT DAY ���������FOR*.LACROSoE  .Winnipeg���������Finishing     Up     the  '  Championship Games   -  Winnipeg .August 31.���������Fort Garry  park this Ifternoon will be^the scene  if a game of lacrosse, when the Poit  Arthur and the Victoria teams line  up to decide which team will meet  Jiartney in the finals for the W. C-  ������ A championship of 1899. Both *wil  te the strongest aggregations ot  their respective clubs and good, last  lacrosse  is   assured. ������������������,-���������*  The   Port   Arthur     team     arrived  this morning and feel confident over  the  result of  today's game.    Winni-  .jieg will:be    given    over    to tbe lacrosse  boys  for  tne  next couple  of  aays, no less than four visiting clubs  heing  present  to   take   part  in     the  "championships and in the next three  _ays   Fort   Garry   Park   will   be   the  scene" of no-less than four matches.  ' The Holland * and  Minnedosa teams  will arrive tonight, and .tomorrow the  J.artnev bovs will arive to defend the  championship       and     Drewry     cu.p,  Hvhich they won last year.  The city, clubs have arranged to  give the visiting clubs a smoker at  -Kdison'-halPon-Friday-ovening^vvhen  iwith cigars and refreshments the  games of mis last 20 years back wil;  he rehashed and played overy again.  Good music and vocal talent have  heen secured rnd a hot time is expected. -  Thc Victoria club will be represented  by the following players:  Mulvey,  McGibbony,  Wasdale,  Jamieson,   Mc  'Atter,   Poile,   Hanson,   Booth,    Partridge,  Southern,  Burns and Kyle.  Ore    Uncovered  McKenzie & Mann in B. C."  Railway Construction.'  by  Minneapolis, August 30.���������A lacoipa,  Wash., special to The Times, says:  While grading on the Canadian Pacific, extension in British Columbia,  Contractors McKenzie & Mann have  uncovered great ledges of ore,, running high in copper, gold and silver.  They are making slow progress on  their railroad contracts, but pres.nt  indications are that-their mineral d.s-  coveries will pay them far better. . ._  milling expert who has" just '-.ome  from British Columbia says oneledfe  alone will make them , millionar. es.  This ledge was -found near Cascade'  City, a new town on the Columbia ana  Western railway, which the Canadian  Pacific is building from Rosiland into  the Boundary Creek district. Out-  crbppings were discovered" some time  ago. but it was only 10 days ago Tnat  the ledge itself was uncovered by the  graders. -'It has not been thoroughly  exploited, but has been stripped sufficiently to show that it exceeds 50 teet  in width. Assays from near the surface gave values of ?40 to $50 per ton,  making it practically certain t..at  another Le Roi or Republic mine r.as  been discovered. McKenzie & Mann  have filed on the property, and will  soon begin development work. They  have declined a large sum for it. Two  smaller ledges have been uncovered  by the grading crews,' both giving  promise of making good mines.  Rennes, Sep. 1.���������The court martial  of Captain Dreyfus opened behind  closed doors yesterday and lasted until  9:15 a.m. Majors Hartmann and  Ducros and General Deloye, all artillery men, were present. After the  court had. discussed tl-.e secret docu-  meets relating to the artillery subjects  of the bordereau the public were admitted to tho court. The first witness called after the public session  opened was Captain Le Brun Renault,  of the Republican Guard, who reiterated his testimony given before the  court of cassation, repeating the terms  of the alleged confession of Dreyfus.  "I am? innocent. In three years they  will recognize my innocence. The  minister knows it. If I delivered  documents to Germany it vvas to have  more important ones in return.  Lnhorl lnld stress on the fact that  Renault should have kept his note  book In which he asserts he made a  note of his conversation with Dreyfus  for four years and destroyed It on the  vory morning tho mutter was brought  up In deabtc In tho chamber of deputies. The captain replied that he  looked upon the copy made by Cava-  ignac. the minister ot war, us being  suflicient. This wns considered rather  lame. Dreyfus mentioned the term  of three yeais, to which Dreyfus replied, "I did not givo three years as  the term. I only said that I hoped  that in thc eouise of two or three  my innocence would be recognized.  And I wish to stato that as my letter  to General Gonz showed my words  did not have the sense that evil minds  sought to give them."  she  struck  bottom  in   the  St.   Lawrence.    Damage slight.  The Buffalo International law association has endorsed arbitration, as  passed at the Hague conference.  The president of San Domingo has  resigned and the revolutionists arc  practically in possession of the island  The Empress Dowager of China  has asked for Japan's support against  her enemies���������particularly Great Brit  ain.  Francois Bonin, a prominent farmer  of St, Norbert, fell from his wagon  near St. Norbert and was killed yesterday.  Ten thousand harvesters from th~  east have not proved sufficient and  3000 more are needed to work in the  western grain fields.  REDUED  FREIGHT  RATES  "Montreal, Sep. 1.���������The C. P. R. will  today issue their revised wheat tariff.  The wheat rate from Winnipeg to  Fort William under tho Crow's Nest  Pass- railway concessions is now down  to 14 cents per hundred pounds.  IS BERGERON CRAZY  Toronto, Sep. 1.���������J. G. H. Bergeron,  M. P., the Quebec onservative leader,  has threatened Sir Wilfiid Laurier  and Sir Charles Tupper and wants the  Manitoba school question kapt open'.  DOMINION RIFLE MATCHES  Ottawa, Sop. 1.���������The Dundas battalion carried off the majority of the  cups at the Dominion Rifle association  matches. ' Fleming. Brandon, scored  the highest in the Walker cup competition.  IS DREYFUS' COMING  To  Settle    in     Alberta?���������Mysterious  x   Visits Made by His Friends.  London, Sep. 1.���������The friends -' of  Maitre Lahori and Capt. Dreyfus are  said to have paid mysterious visits to  the Edmonton country," Alberta, Canada, and selected land for "a family  from France.".  BRIEF   TELEGRAMS  PEG'  VIA   WINNI-  STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE  THE MAHDI'S  SONS KILLED  Loudon, August 31.���������The Sirdar,  Lord-Kitcheuei",-cabled-^yesterday-to-  the foreign office that thc Mahdl's two  sons had been killed by British troops  despatched there in consequence of ��������� a  reported' Mahdist insurrection on the  Blue Nile instigated by the Khalifa  and the Mahdl's sons. The latter  had been living under supervision at  Shukabit and on the arrival of the  troops the Dervishes met them with a  warm fire. During the flght * the  Mahdi's sons were killed aud the village burned.  Matron of the Red Deer Indiai  School Is Unaccountably Lost  Red Deer, August 30.���������(Special.)���������  On Sunday evening the matron ot th.  Industrial school went out for a wilh  and has not been heard of since. S .=  is a Miss Wuldbrook, of Hagersvil!-".  Ont., about 30 years old. Ten days  previously she complained of ill  health and on Sunday did not -.t-  tend her usual duties and instead of  going to church she went for a. waU  The other employees of the school,  thinking she had retired ror the  night before they returned from  church, did nol visit her room ll'l  ���������next, morning, when it vvas found-vacant. It is thought she either got  lost in the bush or fell into me river,  ���������which is very high. Search parties  are trying to discover her whereabouts.    .  VERY MUCH ALIVE  Aguinaldo Is not Dead but Is Pursuing au Active Campaign.  Manila, August 31.���������It is reported  that Aguinaldo has ordered the -ebei  generals ln the province of Cavite to  close in and attempt to take thc town  of Imiis and it ls added that troops  are concentrating around the town  and the lako country.  OUT OF THE DEPTHS  MORE TROOPo GOING OVER  Harrisburg, August 31.���������The 27th  regiment, commanded by Col. Bell,  started from Camp Meade today by  three special trains for duty in the  Philippines. The regiment will encamp for some time at Preydo, near  San Francisco. The regiment is one  of the finest volunteer commands in  the United States service and is fally  armed and equipped.  Lost Cannon Recovered in Louisburg  ...arbor  Quebec, August 31.���������Reid, Craig _.  company have received advices from  their wrecking schooner -which is  ���������working in Louisburg harbor, C. U.,  that they have recovered a number of  cannon from the wreck of the French  war vessel La Prudcnte, which was  sunk in thc war of 1745, during the  siege of that place at that time.  at     ine  THREE  GIRLS   DROWNED  Quebec, August 31.���������A sad case  o������ drowning occurred near the Waterworks  bridge   over   thc  St.   Charles' aggregate,  RIFLE MEETING  Yesterday's     Proceedings  Ranges.  Ottawa, August 31���������Yesterday was a  bad day for the Manitoba rifle men,  the shooting on the whole heing much  below expectations. The morning  was taken up with the ��������� Kirkpatrick  match for teams. In this the team  from Manitoba and British Columbia  took thc fifth place with a score of  284. Thc score of the Winnipeg team  from the fifth military district being  322. In the first raftge of the Walker  match 10 shots at 600 yards all the  Manitobaus scored well. The second  range, 10 shots.at SOO yards 'will be  shot at today. Private Fleming and  Capt. Mitchell are well up in the grand  Senator .Price died .at Quebec yesterday. . - _   '  Mrs. Coldvvell, prominent resident  of. Windsor is dead.  C. P. R. land sales for August  show a large increase.  Frank Ives, the young' Napoleon iu  the billiard world, is dead.  The new western grain inspection  act comes  into  force  today.  Italy has increased the number' of.  her warships in Chinese waters.  A bomb was placed on tne balcony  of Chili's presidential residence.  Arrangements for Winnipeg's labor  day parade have been completed.  Two   Transvaal   police   arrested   at  Delagoa  bay  have  been  released.  - Five- hundred, home __seekers__ from  Toronto reached Winnipeg tuis morning.  A street car was blown up in Cleveland yesterday. Five persons were  injured.  It is rumored that the Schreiuer  ministry at Cape Colony is to be d .;���������  missed.  The Victorias of Winnipeg defeat A  the Port Arthurs at lacrosse by 5  to 1.  Roy  Stevenson,  of Uxbridge,  Out.,  'was poisoned  by  a  kissing bug and  is now dead.  The' Japs have decided to exclude  the sales of camphor In Formost for  six months.  The women of Holland have petitioned Queen Victoria to avert war  in  the Transvaal."*  One man was fatally injured in a  threshing machine explosion at  Jamestown, N.  D.  Thc firemen at Duluth.eniployed by  the Great Lakes Towing company,  have gone out on strike.  It has been decided that an inquest  on the Letellier deaths from burning is unnecessary . "i  A letter from Liard post, Cassair,  B. C, tells of many mysterious murders  in  the far  north.  An iron famine has struck Alontreal  and work on many large buildings  has been suspended.  The Dominion customs collections  for August were .the largest in the  history of the Dominion.  It is stated tliat the government  will purchase the historic Plains of  Abraham for t������ park.'  The Transvaal assembly is meeting secretly for the purpose of preparing a  reply* to Great Britain.  Montreal and Toronto report large  increases in the customs receipts for  August over  a  year  ago.  Bishop Pascal has returned to  Prince Albert from a tour of several  months through his diocese.  D. Gallo, had his back broken by being run over by a hand car  on the Southeastern railway.  The Parisian's helm got stuck and  La Banquc du Peuplc directors wil'  pay  depositors in  full   on October 1.  Ten people are~dead as a result of  the fall of the steel arches in Chicago.  Woman arc more truly religious  than men;���������look at the way they kiss  their enemies.  A largo part of the troops now in  the Yukon will be recalled immeu.-  ately.  St. Peter's church, Hamilton, has  beon closed owing to clerical  troubles.  lt is said the Emperor of China :s  being starved in order to dethrone  him.  New York capitalists say thoy will  build at Greenwood, B. C, the largest  smelter in America.  Owing to the recent high water, the  electric lights at Edmonton were  turned  off for 10 days.  When il man starts to climb abo'::  his family tree ho is pretty sure tu  make a monkey of himself.  It is somewhat sad to think thut,  with comparatively few exceptions,  every subject that ever was debatable  is still debatable.  Brlerly & McKay, owners of The  Montreal Herald, are suing the chief  of police for the costs of the recent  libel suit.  Wm. McKenzie says J,000 miles ot  railway from Port Arthur to the Saskatchewan would be completed early  in 1901.  The. mechanical engineer of the  Egyptian railways is on it visit to  Canada inspecting the systems in tho  Dominion.  The copper .deposit discovered on  thc Yukon river, in Canadian territory, is said to be 50 miles in ext3i.-.t.  Samples of tno ore are said lo run  58  per  cent copper.  John Ruskin, who is now over 80,  is said to be slowly dying at his  home at Conistou, Kngland. He do^s  not write and his given his last message  to  the -world.  A government engineer chas gone  north to arrange for thc immediate  legthening of the Edmonton bridge  piers. - The piers stood me strain of  the recent flood in good shape. It is  reported this morning that the Saskatchewan is rising again.  The govermnent has added two  more officers to the staff of the customs department, in British Columiba,  H. N. McCutcheon, collector of inland  revenue, and customs at Greenwood in  the Boundary Creek, district, and  Leopold Simmons, collector of customs at Nakusp.  A Vancouver paper says that John  Archer, A. McLean and Joseph Ruff,  of Chicago, left Edmonton for Dawson on November 3, 1897. They reached Dawson in June last. Archer came  out to Vancouver recently, leaving the'  others in Dawson. The same paper  says that a party of four young,o_ng-  lishmen from near Calgary, who went  to Dawson by the Edmonton route,  had reached Vancouver on their way  home.  - A good story is told of the mistake  made by a new arrival from the old  country the other day. He was an  old man and his garments were shabby and his manners ujneouth, but a  friend who had known him years ago  met him at the station and invited  him to dine at a leading hotel. It was  the old man's first experience at a  hotel and when the waitress laid the  menu card before him, he asked  quickly, "what's that?" "The bill of  fare,' replied the waitress. "Take it  away!" said the old man, "Squire  Smith here isn't-the sort that invites  folks and then let's 'em pay their  own bills. I've known bim from a  boy." "Squire" Smith and his guest  smiled at each other in mutual friendliness and pleasure and "the squire  ordered   for   tvvo.  __. Speaking at the directors' luncheon,  at the opening of'the TorontcTln'dus^  trial exhibition, E. B. Osier, after  complimenting the directors on the  success which had rewarded their  efforts, said that at the last meet ,  ing of the di'-i.etorate held at Montreal, it had been decided to devote a  certain considerable sum of monoy  per year to the improvement of stock  in Manitoba ana the North West Territories. (Applause). He believ������I  such a course would directly advance  the interests of that portion of Canada, and indirc* tly the whole of Canada. He took ix that the buying place  of stock woull be Ontario, and moro  particularly Toronto's Industrial exhibition.    (Loud  applause.)  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPO RATED 1670  Department  We hu.ee much jileusure  in-announcing lu lhc Ijiidies  of Calgary that ice. ir.ll/  Re-Open  Our IJ reus-ma 1,'t ni/ Parlors  for lhc JhtU Section, on,  September 1Ith  With a, complete staff of  skilled hand* under the supervision of  Miss Scheuermann,  Wiio cemes lo vsvery highly  recommended us a siqierior  artist in designing mid creating Ladici  Gowns, and Costumes.  In securing Miss Scheuer-  munn's services ice feel confident thut v:e will he uhle to  satisfy the most fastidious in  the. 'matter of idea, design  and Jiuish.  Dress Goods  and Trimmings  The New Stock, of Dress  Goods and Trimmings mill  he y.npuckcd i'd the course  of a /etc days anrl ice would  respectfully invite an inspection. ' si  THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES  CALGARY  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  a n cr S ocrLi neu  CHURCH   DIRECTORY  MMI'IIODIHT      CHUKCI1  ���������  .novel-toko.  Pron  'ronubliiK aervlcea at 11 u.in. ui.d 7:3U  p.in. i.'ia-.n [ui-alinK lit. tliu done ul the  liiornltiK HCrricu. ,-_Ob_th auho..l and Blb.o  C.tliion nl. illsu p.in, W>..Ki}- pitiyer n.uctlng  every Vvcait^buay es-oilns ,������l ?:.iu p.m. * Tlie I  piKiiinarii iTiii-dinlly liiviLoii.   tiuntu tree. i  ltKV.S. J   THOMPSON, Pastor.  The Acme���������-  Soda  Water  Works  Manufacturers of  all   kinds of  Church   of  England   Sunday  Services  Eight a.m.  Holy   Communion;      11    , , ,_,. ^        ���������   , . ...  meeting,  litany and     sermon,  (Holy   Aerated Waters, Soda and Mineral  Eucharist, lirsl Sunday in the month);  '.:30 Sunday     school, or     childrens'  service; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy     Days���������The     Holy  Eucharist is celebrated at 7 a.m. or S  a.m. as announced. Fridays���������7:30  Evensong, with i-pivitual reading.  Holy Baptism is administered usually  after Sunday school at 3:15.  E. C. PAGET, D. D..   Vicar.  D HE"*)-*-YTBKI AN CH UH������.-I���������������Rdyclnliilc.'.  x tiurvine uvorj Sundny m II a.n, nud ":.Tli  Ii.ni Bib'o ULu* nt 2:.'<0 p.m.. lo winch  t.11 uro wi'li'iiinu. Prnyur I.... tii.K nt t> u.in  ovory WeilnemlHy.   HI.V. T.  MKNZIE. , c ator  A.N    .JATHOLIU   CHlfnoil ���������Kevel.  Hi.-kn      M..HA   firtt and lliird rSuiiduye In  niiiiun m, 10:_.ll a.m.  RKV. PATII1.R TIIAYEK.  L> OM A  ���������^     Hli'l  Waters in Syphons and Bottlei.  Factories at Vernon and Revelstoke, B. C.  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Undertaking: and Embalming  CALV ".Tin "���������! AHMV���������Mw������ltiR8 every nl������li  ���������J   in tliu-.r hull on Front Mrcu.  Loyal  Or an (jo   Lodge, No. 1C58.  lli'iriilnr  nu'i-tlirji in.'  In l.l  in Mit  l iiklHIuw.  Hull mi ili.Mhinl Krliluv  nt'.'.ii'li iniiiitli nt 7 .1.11. in.   \*l>Iiliiv  l.i-.-iliitii i-nrdliillv lnvlinl  XV. li. Hlnii'v, W.M.; u. p. ivul-  iileci', Kit. 8.: K A. Kuith-aon KIh.^kl' : Tlini.  .Slu<.il, Tri'Uiinvr.  Court  Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F...No.3t6x.  Meets In t!ai Odd  fcl mv.' 11*1) nn lt:(i  '.'nil nun III. Kri'l'i}-- nl  i'ti"ii in min. Victim:  b-Mltiii-ii lnvlt_i,i tu  iittonu.  B. It. Ciiino'ii'll,     K.  C'hii't  Bangui.  D.  J   O, Johnson  Pec-Sec.  f^GveSsto^e  Hospital  Maternity Itootn i.i connection.  Vacrine    kept     on    hnnd.  R. Howson & Co.,  MlCKK-./.lK   AVK.  Rptnil Dealers In Furniture.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymaj].  Draying and delivery work a specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  notice.      Contracts  for jobblnr taken.  Drs.   McKechnie   and   leffs. Attendants  REVELSTOKE  IKON WORKS..  Blacksmithim?' Jobbine  Plumbing.   Pipe Fittintr  TinarnithinR"  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  __inir-g Work a Specialty.���������_____  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke   Station.  St. Leon  , $i  pnng;  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Well Known for Their  Health Giving" Properties.  Both Hotels Oper\  The Arrow Lukes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily  A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers  and tlio Springs.  Good      Accommodation both   at   the*  Springs- and  the Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.  =.-^=_S 1.25-per���������day. -���������.���������--,  Baths Free.  Rates  Ono of thc rules,of the  New York  1-Toating hospital prohihits the. giving  of food  to ailing .infants  that Is not  prescribed    hy   the   intending   physl-  an.      As the vessel  neared thc city  after a recent trip seaward," a watchful   nuyse   came   suddenly   upon   two  sniall   girls  and   tlieir  baby  brother,  and found that the children had heen  attempty to feed the baby with fragments of lobster and oucnmber. Stern  questioning brought a tearful confession  from  the    frightened    children.  Baby's "too rapid convalescence threatened  to deprive them  of further delightful  outings in the  hospital,  and  to prevent this they concluded to give  him  a   convenient  relapse.       "But,"  said the horrified nurse, "baby might  have   died."    "Oh, no, miss,' was tho  enger reply, "we knowed he wouldn't  die.        'Deed   we   did,   miss���������all   our  family is so strong in their insifles."  " The latest   information     regarding,  the bicycle combination indicates   ���������.������.  E. Massey will be president;  Senator  Cox, vice president; and I*. M. Jones;  Toronto; E. Thomas, of the Cleveland  company;   Mr. Soper, of Ottawa;  and  E. L. Goold, of Brantford, will he tho  new     directors.    The   Massey-Hams  bicycle   works     in Toronto   will tie  clobcd down as a bicycle factory and  will in future be operated as part of  the Massey-Harrls agricutural   implement works.     The bicycle machinery-  will be removed to the Junction and  tbe factory continued there. The new  company will be known as the Canada.  Cycle company.     The   St. Catharine.,  works  will also be closed  down, and  the  machinery  transferred  to  Brantford.     The present Goold works     a'.  Brantford  will    be considerably    ex  tended. '  Days    Acrcss   thc    Cori'  .tinent  by  the  "IMPERIAL LIMITED"  Tbe fastest and 'oest cquippe"  train crossing the continent.  Trains It aving Mm PiieiHc Coast  TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and  SATURDAYS cotinict at Fort  William with lhe. palatial lake  steamers "Maiiitobii,"AIb������itu" and  'Atbat'itsca" across the great, Jakes  M.    BROWN,  Proprietor.  For    information,   time  map* and tickets apply to  cardt.  E.  T. W. Iiii ADR [I AW,  Agent. Revelstoke.  J. Coyle. Asut-Gen. Pnwnper  Agent, Vancouver, 13. C.  REVBLSTOKE-  Sash  and  Doop  Faeto-y.  J, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE'  AGENT  McKenzie Ave,  F. JWeCJIRTY  Mnnufacturcps or  and Dealers ln *""  S.isli. Doors. Ttiriilni-i, I'linthi. I'nnipr  Hlock", MouliHiiufi (.full kind., l'mii-v  Ci.iblcs and Vuramlah work. BrnekutF.  of overv ricscniiii'in in.idc to (irdL-r.  Store and Office Kit:i]ii:_������. "inilow  Frames, witli m������<1i title:! ;i sj.. cialty.  tlie latest nnncliliiciv. In-x Kiln  ]iiomi_ii"<. Call iniif ;.-.���������. ("rii.s before  KOiiivrclECTvliirc.  SAWYER, & WAVnt NG.  .Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in.   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  JVU3TT0.N JIJiD SJIDSJ.SE  Fish   and   Game, in    Season.       Markets   at   Revelstoke  Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson Don't Send Away  for your ���������   Photographic  Goods.  vviien' you  run   pel   everything  cistern prices m the  von want rn  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD.  ������2ty-Mail  iirde-'S   liniiH'.tiiitely   altenileil   to.  Cil A.?, lt. McIiONAI.I". Manager.  McKE. _!K   AVE..   UEVELSTOKK  STATION.  LOCAL AfiD GENERAL   DEWS  ���������Baltimore Oysters at Wocidrow's.  A youncr Indies' athletic cluh hns  lieen organized in Golden.  F. B. I,"\vi. --pent S.ituriluy at the  Halcyon Hot .Splines on business.  Perry Leake nnd T. Graliaiii of the  W.iverley. were in town yesterday.  J. .1. Foley, of the Liikuview lintel,  Ari-finlieid, wns in town oeslerdny.  Mi-- t'ro"-. msUm' nf Ur. Cross,  )',"^Utered ul the Hotel lie . olstoke on  Suiid.iy.  11. Yr.-.Muii'is. C'.I'.H. npi-riitoi', has n  week's lay nil and i������ Inking in .until  Ivnntenay,  The ICiiuhiops .���������\__jridilliiriil F.xhi-  liilinn lui-* lii'i-n postpniiud until Oct.  11, 12 tuul 13.  A. Johnson, of the I lv_.it a i.n, is away  on a Hip tn Edmonton with his two  little, daughters.  *- f  /        /  By the linr.stint" of n vat on Monday  the Knterpi-iso Brewery Co. suiVered  ���������the loss of SO barrels ot boor.  It, i.s estiiiiated that diiritiK the past  :, two weeks'.������210.000 was shipped from  Victoria to China.. Kevelstoke is nlso  i-ihtriliilLiiig hor-share. Tliis helps to  account for the scarcity of collateral  in this city.  According to an extract from the  report of the city school superintendent'-, in..A"iihcoiivi>r, ,to the board of  school trustees, there are thirty-seven  '��������� Miss " school teachers cinplycd in  v the terminal city.  Gen. Supt. Marpole, II. J, Cninhic  nnd some othor C.P.T5. officials came  up from tlie south on Monday. Mr.  Marpole did not go into the T-..*irileiui  us reported. He returned to the Const  on Monday's Xo. 1.  The government have intimated  to the Gold Commissioner that��������� us the  no vein ment buildings at Donald are  about to he closed Mr. Sliirot's service's as mining recorder would not be  required after September 1st.  Tlie Briiish 'Columbia Stationery  Company. Limited, is a new firm in  the purely uwholestilesnle stationery  nnd "paper business, recently successfully floated in Vancouver. Ifc should  prove a success us the field is a good  "* one.  City Engineer Buck has now the  lines for the cemetery fence und  every!limp is ready I'or the work lo  hesiin. One half of the cemetery is  to be fenced, and only half of thnt  will he cleared this yenr. This arrangement, if adhered to. will leave seveial  g r.i ves oul side the fence.  It is foolish for union men to Ret  discouraged because thoy cannot.m--.  gauize every body ,-it once. lt takes  lime and lots of hard work to pnt nny  reform into effect, and the unionizing  oi wcirkiiigineii is one of the fjrenti'St  and .far, rencliin.K reforms of tho day.���������  B. C. Workman.  * . Q  The prospectors who left. Golden for.  the Tele. Jaune Cache country nre  returiiinp and should arrive very  shortly ns they nre well on their vvny  out. It appears that the reports are  not favorable and lhat no gold is heing  brought out excepting some that  Holliihiy washed on his clniuis on  Swift Current.  __^JEh__Suinmer number of the Piovince  is the latest venture of-UmC~eii~r"eP"  prising journal. Tt consists ofo2p.it:es  of well written letter press descriptive  nf Vancouver and the Piovince generally.    The illus-t rations are numerous  .?'"' if rather 'crude.' The number contains  a short, though verv fair and favorable  report of lho lievel.-toke Mining  Division.    ~-  Tbe annual meeting of the Lilieral-  C'on-'.-ivii-iives hns been fixed for tlie  ���������oth of October next cnunin.'iicing ut 10  :i. iu. The place of iiie.-tini: i- ?\i-\v  _Vtstinm.-ter. At least threo ]>i-omi-  nent CoiiM-rviitive members finm the  e.i-l are expected to atti-nd the convention nud ;o lake put in the mass  liieeliiiK in tho opera house on the  evening of October Cth.  Dr. M'-Kechnie l-.ports ne.u-ly five  inches of rain ilniin:;? lhe month of  Aiiiii'-'t last, being the heaviest full  recorded for any month during ���������the  hist IS. Jt is n poor t-otisol.itioti. still  it i.- sonii.-ibiiii.: to know that the pro-  v.iilini; downpour is univei-.-.d and  recent ti-nv. llri-s from .South Koritcnay  and tiie Bonud.ii-y di.-trict repoit the  same -steady soak going on there as  here. .  For many year the workers of the  (-onnii ylinrt no recognized statutniy  lioliilaymill inaiiy of tbein found thai  on the u-iiiilly observed holidays tli. y  vveri', compelled to woik haiih-r than  on ordinaly week days. At last, after  "nmch hard work. Lnhor Day wnsm-idc  ;i statutory holidny, and the woikcrs  have now one dny ��������� upon ,which tliey  are supported by the law as well ns Iiy  the weight of public opinion.  Arrangements aro boing mndo for  the proper reception hy lbe local  ���������Orangemen of their Sovereign Giniid  Master, X. Clarke Wallace,'M.P. Hiis expected to reach the const about  the 15th instant and he vvill be presented with .-in appropriate .address  handsomely illuminated in the colors  of the,, order liv A. K. Stuart of the  city engineer's ollice stall, also with :i  gold mounted Beaver cane.���������Vancouver World.  WILDCATMiNES  Are Detrimental to Any Mininp; District  and Should be Abolished.  There are inining men tmd iiiii'ing  men. There nre mini's and uiir.es.  There, are prospects ��������� whicli do not  deceive, and thero are wildcats whicli  disgusi men with mines and mining.  A mining ciinip with but, a single pny-  iug lodo running through it iilVcru u  good .'Hold for "lbe wildcat' inining  liioker or spi'culutor. Virginia Cily,  .Nevada, is a place in point. The Ciim-  stoeU wns u paying proposition  wherever il. wns struck, ll, iiiiuli' Virginia City I'nmoiis.Men ninde folium's  in mining upon the Couistoi'k mid in  denling in ils shnri's-. But, llie  Ciiiiislock didn't mnko wildcnls  pny, but. it made them sell, nnd ninny  men lost, their nil in trying to iiuike  something out of theni. Esniernliln.  Austin, .Piddle nnd other points in  Nevada bad their, rich mines; they  ulso bud their wildcats. The littler  " (|iicei-i!il " the former.  Wildcat 'propositions uro n curse to  any inining centre. Tbey breed doubt  ninl distrust of '��������� really good lodes for  the suiiie coiiiident, iippniuntly bonesi,  businesslike representations are employed to dispose of a wildcat that nro  used to sell the'former.' Bul, happily,  the day of the wildcat bus long since  passed; nwny in old mining centres.  Every tub must -stand upon its own  bottom, and aboul, every inining man  in established camps knowsthe bottom  of every prospect hole nnd mining  shaft in thu district. The mining  fakir has long ago lost his appetite for  l.hein, and gives thoni a wide berth.  He has been and is st,''l limiting for  newer and greener pasture.".  Butte hns boon singularly free, from  mining fakirs, nol perhaps because nil  milling brokers nnd dealers in inining  stocks nre sprouting angelic wimis,  hut .because the Butte inining field is  comparatively barren of wildcats. The  man who strikes favorable looking  rock will stay by it, fearing lie may  lose a bonanza in its sale. He will take  the. chiiiices and level in anticipations  of wealth ns long ns the prospect lasts,  not being disheartened and'ready to  throw up the next location because  the" previous' one failed him. The  true niiner stays by his pick, pan und  shovel nil the time'. He doesn't know  what tlie words " give up " mean.  Tin tie hns men who an.- minors from  tliiVgiound up, it has no wildcats to  speculate upon.  Tint wildcat propositions cun find  their way in Bulle us well ns tliey <:nn  among the most credulous country  Jakes in the middle .states, foi- the  Held of the inining fakir is boundless,  though the field of -'suckers" may bo  limited. Bulle suckers aro ns scarce  ns L-cint.rihul.inri boxes in the. dive*-:  imported ones mny now and then be  seen as rondy to buy .a few feet of  wildcat, if tliey linvn tho money, ns  t bey nre lo purchase "hulVnlo"' horns  furnished Iiy our slaughter houses and  prepared by "native" Indians from  Cnnndn. .Theso wildcats are represented us bring next to or nenr the  discovery claim, which discovery hns  crazed the mining centres in the west  so long. They uie good cits to lot run  wild. California nnd Neviula, Club  nnd fc'nlornd'i hnve each in turn hud  tbein. Idaho. Washington, Oregon  and Bi itish Columbia mny let loose a  few. but each of them bus too ninny  really valuable mining propel-tie.- to  In; injured by the bite of tbo wildcat.  In fact, the teeth of the animal are  about nil extracted. The west hns  been in half century looking after nnd  worrying the festive .animal. Then*  are only a few of them left. bill, they  .are ramping on the tinil.--Wostein  Mining World, Butte, Montana.  ���������LAMES'. EMPORIUM  Tiinm . tiikht, Ckntiie.  Oppostlo Cowun Hlock.  A full assortment of all the latest  novelties in fancy goods just opened,���������Ladies' hygeian underwear,  special line of combination childrens' togues, tarns and napoleons.  CV-Stniiiplnt" done to order.  Equal Wages For Equal Work.  Kansas City, Sept. 5.���������A petition  bus been filed in the circuit court for u  pro foum.-i decree of incorporation of  the American. .Equal Wage Union.  The headquarters are in Kansas City,  nnd it is. expected Hint oilier lodges  will be formed all over I lie Uniled  Stales. Ode of thu organizers said today : "Tbe object, oft lie organization  is lo do away Willi woman labor as  much ns possible In nil departments of  iiiiiiiiierce und industries geiiernlly.  Women have to ncerluiii extent taken  the. place of men in somo occupations.  The trouble is tlm I, they -ire not paid  the samo wages as men' and that tliey  keep men who uru the beads of lainil-  ics out of good positions. We do not  iliject to women working, but we nre  opposed lo their linking the places nf  men lor half and often at n third of  the .wages Hint would be paid to 'mun'  for i be same work. Wu will work to  liave all persons, paid equal wages for  equal work."  Bourne   Bros.' Announcements To-Day,  ���������The " salvage sale," which begun  yesterday, was .a decided success; but.  of course the whole consignment is  not gone yot. The goods aro really  not damaged as muoh ns we expected ;  but they got. a slight wetting and we  got a large discount, from .the.'manufacturers un lho invoice price, nnd to  clear out the stock, consisting of  tliiiinellet.ces. flannels, sheetings, eiderdown flnnnelli'ttcs.gsnteeiis, {able Millions, etc., at once, we will sell them  nt lower prices than hns ever before  been quoted in Kevelstoke.���������Bourne  linos.  All Sizes  All Widths  One Grade  The Best  M. K. Lawson.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Rovnl School of Minos, London.    Seven venrs  it "Moifn   Worts,   Siviuisoii.     17   years  Chief  f'l.i.inist to Wlaan Coal nnd Iron Co.,   1-iig.  L to "hominl"ml Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Cliii.iis exiiininod and roiiortod upon.   _     .  Revelstoke, B.C.  Jas. I. Woodrow  I^UTOHER,  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  F.ish and Game in Season....  ������mttE������ aiu* a eo.,  The Taylor Block,  ������IS������G������@  McKenzie Avenue.  Our-  Wafers  He wits n newspaper man,  And she n maiden fail;  Together they sat upon lhe beach  .Enjoving the fresh sea air.  Placing an arm nbout her waist  He whispered "now confess  Thnt vou have no objections to  Tbe'liberly of the press."'  " According to my belief,   snid slie,  ���������It. cniiuot, be so bad;  For T know the good book tells us,  To make waist places ir nd.  ���������Chicago Isews.  BORN  PriKTisn���������On Sept. 5th. the wife of J.  .1. Porter, of ti son.  Lu>~i~~-~i.t.��������� On,Sept. Oth. tho wife of  Fred. Lundi'll, of a son.  LOST.  ���������.' Lostbetween'UiiionVirotel, tlieUoiindlloiise  and Third street a si Iver clintiliiuo* with knife.-)  pencil' and _oriiainoiit.V._?.I"ewanl - at .Vllniou  -lliiiiil.'W ������������������)���������������������������*.���������..;���������:'.��������� :.���������..'_(���������-'.���������*.-'. -���������)';. ;,v-yt ���������,.?   .���������.���������.������������������,������������������.������������������.','-'���������. 70-2t'.;  UUrfUUUrf^^s^U^'UUfUUU  'For sale, half price,iill'tlielumber;vnmisiied  wood, doors, windows,ilodriiif.',shingled roofs,  etc.,'-..(.'bni'itin'eit? in ' larce*.house at ?, Donald;  Transportation to Kevelstoke provided~':.-vpplv  t6'.l."M: ScoiT,1 Barrister; Revelstoke,y)???70.-tf V  C0NSE;RVATIVES?:ATTEN*ri6NJ^  ;. The annual in oct i nir of, the Li ticral. Conservative Union for British Colmiiliia"-will'"ho held  at the. Assemblyyllnll,. New;..Westminster,~_6'ii-  tlie StliVUtiy o������?October .nc._t,?co!ii_ieneing at  l<__i.'m.'vy.vyyyy y ���������; ;.-_������������������������������������.*���������.?y.?- S.y.;y. .-y:;-  .AiliLibenil-Cotiservaiives Avill beVivoieome;  the;richttn motelseiinllned to'ilelejiiitesehoseii  by l.iberii"l-Coiiservatlv"e' Associations- or l)is-  tjiet meetiiiKS) regularly,; convened for' this  purpose. ? One deicgatefor everytweiity.m'eni-'  ;nors:of sueh Association or District meeting.  Proxies can.only be used ,by- Tnenibers-VofVtlie  Union. Advantage mny.be taken of tiie; Rftil-  wnviRiUes to and"from"the.*Kxh'lbitionv'whicb  is-helng held at the same,time. V������������������;-?:-/ KyyK'V,  "D.It. V,"IL=OX." V::*?.=?'-yGE0. H.COWAX??; V:  V   ? -) 77 President-;. ?? ?'VV y , -..-���������.���������'.'���������./SectetarjrL..-  -Cure  Everybody Says So.  That- is the reuson wo sell so ninny.  Undoubtedly tho best wafer ������n he  market. Xhey cure '1������' > ���������" l,  speedilv. Every "(ifer l"-'!������*"1  name. Only 25 cents a box. Samples on enquiry,   bold ny  FIELD & BEWS  Druggists mul Stationers.  |iH^';INSURAWGE^h_. .  SV y. v.)' vAivclasses of insurable.eovered  @'y ?v?V;:i at fair and equitable)rates.;:   :y  IriiicFE' INSURMGE^,;!; ::|  ���������V\frrUUciii good ,|jusiness;_or:i;resiileiit-al  f ));")?); '-.gx7 pro jierly.';.?'?'?:?,;?? V-??Sv-*4';W));y;  .llifeiFAYETTEv^KERli  ���������I. "i* 'aV *& ���������'l* *l? 't "t "t* *i' ���������J* "i* ^ "i* *!��������� ���������i'' *i* 'i* ^ ���������t ���������!��������� ^ ���������l* *i* *i* ���������!*  *  *  uy Barber  Watchmaker  and  Jeweller,  C. P. lt.  Watch Inrim-ictoh.  Watches  Clocks and Rings'  BKST IS* TUB WORLD  .'CVAllropiiir work giiiinuueod,  Guy Barber?  Comer IXiuglns  nnil King Streets,  Ail orders promptly Ailed.  RBYB-iS?K)KE, B.8.  Meets first and third'i'liesdav in every month  In the Oddlellows' hall. Visiting brethren Invited.  li. VAKNES, T. E. L. TAYLOR,  Secretary. President.  SELKIRK LODGE NO. iz, I. O. O. F.  Meets every Saturday  evening in Oildfollows'  Hull at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially  Invited to attend.  J. MATII1E .Secretary.  J. PALMER, K. 0.  THOMAS O'BRIEN,  Solicitor,   Notary Public, Conveyancer.  Ollice in Upper;CoJhinbln NavlEatlon  and Tramway Conipany'"i  Building.  GOLDEN, B. C.  4_ *!- *h *h ,k"$!"k'k '*\i"a\i"%"a\? 'h *_t'"l"!-4_ *J_4? *_��������������� 4? ^ 4? ���������it ���������H^  % CITY SCAVENGER/,  5                   All Orders Promptly  ���������f Attoniled To.   $        JAS. C. HUTCHISON. %  ^fif.^.^^-^Jl'^^'i-***********  .Refrigerators at Cost.  We have only a few left but will give you the.benofit of purchasing them at cost price. This is chance you may perhaps  never get again. We require the room tor a car load ot stoves  now en route. Gnrncy's famous line of stoves, cooking and  Seating They have the weight and will outwear any other  stove on the market,   ,  W. M, LAWRENCE,  HARDWAl-B AND TINSMITI-IING. FUKNAOB AND EOOFINC.  MeKeimi-Avo.   REVELSTOKE.  1^ l^lf^_^lf> _|^l^l^l^lV('v'^ ift 1^1 t^^tf" 1^4 fc^lf- ������J*������|-<%* ^frfy -J  NOTICE.  A. N. S/AITH,  BAKER,  .   GR0CERJ  "    ANDeQNfEGTieNER  ������_B-I have secured the services of \Y. Knnlt, a  tlrst class buker Irom the east.  ��������� Flour bought in carload lots.  Free Delivery,���������Prompt Service.  ��������� .Victoria Rond East, Hevelstokc.  Large and Well Lighted  Sample Rooms   Kingston Group.  Assessment work dune'this yenr on  this group, which is situated on Lexington Muiintain, about one and a  half miles noith of. Onnibourn. Cory  Moiihenick's new townsite nt, the  mouth of Pool creek, has resulted in  tho-disi'ocer.y_oL___^rid Jimre^jedgps^  The work was done on three Tends.  The first is n vein of high grade copper  gi villi' an average assay of ������21. On the  M'cond. 2d feet distant, an open cut of  30;t'et-t showed a fine load of aiiout 12  to 15 inches wide, currying gold, silver,  lend and copper to a value of over ������30.  The third ledge, shewed a vein of stw-1  galena about 9 inches wide, currying  over S350 fi-niu surface ass.iys. Tin*  ore comes plainly io the surface in a  solid bodv and will pay from the gra-s  routs. The propertv. is owned by F.  K. Blochberger, of Hossl.uid. who ha-  ac-quir.-d a number of claims in the  l-'ish River district.-  FOR SALE.  ���������"niinre Piano by bc-M "i������toi fflca ?2W-  Re'ir for lame J5 p������.r month. Applj l"''-'1 -  Vi-ott  Iiarrl.-ter. ftevel'tolco Station.        .0-if.  FOR SALE OR RENT.  A 7-Tivnrccd hoi:������e on Third Street, bath,  cellar, fclei-irie Ilebtcd. pamrv, close: _ etc, a;  .16 per month.   Sale price upon ������!.plieation.  A Tan er^rrr.mn. n-ho_-'*-T_ii.vIcrr.-(K'.i!:e__________i__L____L  at flS.'Oa niontli.   Apply to ���������  t'1.71 J. KERX.VOH." S.  will convince you  ���������--!'?;��������� ^X1"  Try7.\i���������������yet-pl*oplo Avlto'nre sick'nhd wcriry of  f,liiuKl-ini_:<lown *'.-clothes.".*': -Why,?-.-tiiJlucause";  \ve enri'-FIT you; nt^inlces, quiility consideretl;  which arL\byfiir the cheKpest'iii the long-ruii.  ^Tthfts liiien aivki thnt A V takes n.': rich'^ man ;���������. tori raw a:'��������� check;'a: horse to. draw a cart, a "pretty  Rirl to draw, attention, a toper to draw a/cork,  h free luiich to draw.a crowd, and yood.clothes  to command dignity, wenr, and -iiaiisfaetion.���������  *^^^^^fcl'*^^^^^^'^*_____*^Tt'^^^*V^^'_^^t'''l-_fc*  ju J_  4-  S600.  city Mhiei  FOR SALE.  Will bnv n modern hon������. , .  on I^)t 5, P.loek if,. Kk-cinc  ; liath room.  ,i Med  i'ilit;  $3000.  Trilby Basin.  This lm-in lies four miles from   Fi<-h  creek on the right, fork of Sable  creek  i and is It miles distant from Thomson's  I Lauding. 7 by  wiis'ni  rond  and  7  hy  I trail.    In it is   loc.ii.eil Trilby gioup of  i three clmms owned by Mi'sm-. (tod-nl.  Young.   Brown.   ili.ll.HV.iy  nnd   Pool.  Tliere nre ."t present, r-i\- men   working  on the group who have nearly linisheil  p:o~p..(ling on tbe Old 5?ol  and  Silver  Crown with excellent,'results and  will  "tart in (in the Triibv in n  short, Lime.  In tbe Trilby ll-isiu W. Holloway   bus  located     :i.   claim,    lbe   Sundown,   on  which a very i-mil! amount,  of  devel-  opmeiit hns uncovered a  foot  of solid  ore.  Towser.  IVi.l buy a lariri' 13(111^" sloiat*"!  on corner >*-cond ,-*tre<-t an.l M'--  Ariini-Avi-iiiie; 21x1*: ������'��������� rooms; city water;  monthly rental-Id now J-7J.  (J>Cnn     Will  buy a dwlliiig. sitmit'.l nn  ulDUJ.   S-eoond  street.   "ii*t   nf   McKenzie  Avenue; lotvMlxIN)' dwelling ltX?D.  SOSf-Several hotiHc to rent, in go'. _ locr.lltieii.  F. BUKER.  - _^ - rh-u-w_.nr ^ncc-ialtv. -_^?e also ..Trv a *���������������  j Jjr line of Watcbos, nilve:,ware*r*i.Tnld*:Lnpil-1'4*  I ^  Silver Novelties; nil kinds of Jewelry.   4*  I E.M. ALLUM,!  V '      ,2.  j. The Loading ' j.  : VVatehnitiker and .Tewelor.       T  ja   First Street, next door to Heuai.d ollice.  4"  -j. *  ���������f+++-I"l-+-W-f-I"M-I"I"f"I"I"l";M"I'^H-1'+  EMPORIUM  TO  LET.  ��������� line of <r<"h Tn'  ;   lhe  Itiiest  in  incco" Jnit  the  cily.  (,rni,,,e,l room to rent, ^.aib^nplv  .. ' ?.-(,(iii'i .���������'tr"''t. '���������"������������������t  Books and Stationery  LOST.  A i  lower )  d wM.h'i b"t'������  i������i, on  l-'rl'l  on tin' lm- k-     "i-.i'lrr \,ill kimli  at the IlKR,\tn oltl.'  ���������en th'- iir������'_ cry nn'i tli-;  l.fr'lia " .'ii/.raM-d  .id   a>ior:  j   !>-.>!. in  nent    at    innd'Tiif'  .:n! ,:���������<: Ior >niir������'l(.  Clias. J. Aman, Tobacconist.  Ajpplicatiori '\ fbr|Timber JLicerise;  v~S-otiee'isVliereby?^iven.tlial "sixtviliiys iifter.  dii toll intend to. apply io?the_01iiefiCoihnils-  sioherofl.ii nils and .VVorks.for aj.lic.ense to cut  _iindv carry ��������� niviiy,) limber?)' froni?.tlio:.following  .described lands, tliat is.to,say: ?*.Coiniiieneing  ut.;apost)niarked " .1." 11 nrkloyVi*-,Timber) Limit,)  Kortliwcst Corner Post,", on .llii-..Ledge) CJreekv'  a trlbulnry of pingstoufCreek; two ?nii Ies from  the confluence 'of rliig.T edge^and1..Pingston  creelcs; tbence east SO r.liiiiusr.Uicncc-south"SO  eliains; tlicnee west- 80:L'ebai ns;..I hence :linr til  SO.eiiains to point^.df .eomnieiieement,* containing (.10 acres.-'-: ���������rri.rrr : ���������:.-.:-.��������� ���������:+;:���������* r: y..:J,* -:^'.,)  '���������- yIW-S7v-)5'--���������)���������*������- 'VV?,;y,))������::. ?)):)? .1 ;"..IIAUKT;~~y:.v  ���������.Tliomyoi.i's I.niiding,'B.C., September ,'-nd,)lS09.'  NOTICE:  Application for Timber License  * "Notice is hereby given that sixtv davs after  date, I intend totap)ily to the Chiei' Oommis-  sioner of.-Lands and -Works for ii liuense to cut  nnd carry away timber from tbe following  describedlnnds,- Unit i.s tb say: ���������.-." Coiiimencing  lit a post marked)!' T,* Graliame'sTimber Linilt.  Xortlieast Corner Post," at the. northwest corner of .1. llarkloy's timber limit;) thence west  SO chains; thence south. SO c.liiiiiis; tlience east  SO chains; thence nortli SO chains, to point of  commencement.'contains M0 neres.  (W-S7 T. ("UIAIIAJIK.  Thomson's 'Landing. B.C.-, September 2nd, ISM.  NOTICE. .  Application for Timber License  Xotico is herebvgivontlint slxtv days after  date, I intend to apvly to the flhlef Coinini"-  sioner of.Laiids and .vt'orks for a license to cut  and carry away timber from tlie lollowing  described: lands, that is to* say: Coniinencing  at a post marked " A. Johnson's Timber Limit  Post," at tlio northwest corner of J. llarkley's  timber limit: tlience north SO chains;) thence  west 80 chains; tliencesouth SO eh ai ns*,: thence  east to point 6f commencement, containing  640 acres.  fi'l-ST A. JOHNSON.  Thomson's Liindinc, B.C., September 2nd, 1890.  NOTICE.  Application for Timber License  Notice is lmrehy given that thirty dnys after  dnte lintcnd applying to the .Chief Coinmis.  aloner of Lands and Works for a license tn cut  and carry away timber from tho following;  described lands situated,.on Lardeau creek,  near the town of Ferguson, distriet of West  Kootenav. Commune'.iijj at a i������ost plan-ted ������t  the southwest corner of the townsito of Ferguson on the south or left bank oT Lardean creek  1 hence running' sou tli JiO chains, thence east  :l'_i"> ichnins, thence north HO chnins. thence  west r__VchaVns' to point of cotinnuucemeut.  contuiuing 1000 acres more or less.  AXDItKW KKIIGUSON.  Korgii������nn, It.C, AugusMB, 18W������.  ~ ROOMS TO LET.  Apply to ft. Tapping.  TO  RENT.  Since ro.uiiiing work on thii properly, which juiiis I be Silver Cup mine,  ii very extensive showing of ore has  been iiiuovereil. Stripping is being  f-cmtiiiiiPil so as In get seine Men of the  length of th<; clnitc. So far it. has  bi'C'ii trni-'i'd for 10 feet along the sur-  fnce. with an iivernge width of IS in.  Tho new strike* was miiile about, ni.'J  feet from the lower end of the claim,  whicli adds to ils woi king advantages  and is a favorable indication for the  lead holding out to a .much greater  depth.  dipt. Sanderson has just received  mi' order from Trail Jforliuio rock, to  be shipped from his kiln opposito thu  Halcyon Hot Springs on Arrow lake.  Mr. Sadeison has already placed ii  number of orders for lime here.  The Kevelstoke sportsmen .who have  returned from. Sicaiiions report the  ducks scarce, but the. chances are  favorable for good'siiootiiig in about a  fortnight.  "After Feptember t������t, a weK> furnished large  room; ecnrral location. C^a.Ii) Appl" at the  Fiehau, office. -. ?  Lest We Forget  ������* Iok- at hand Ha'&p.y W. KrtWAmw )i*r*x.'t<*  th-ijik hi- patroRi* for pa>t fftvor"., and alwi  r-*ti't'ifxi)\y p&M lU*��������� MtfTiMcm nt th': puh-  i;������' f.ir and near t/������ his hu>ine-i������ adv-rilfu-  rn'irit.  P.O. Box 86.  Telephone 36.  J. Savage  Co���������  Dealers in..  Second street^  Farm Produce  Fruits  Fish  Fowls  Game in Season.  Fresh supply of fish every morulas?.  Let us quote you prices  on your winter's supply  of vegetables. iVou will  save money and get a  'better 'iinilftyof produce.  Careful attention.  Prompt delivery.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Tleer Head/,   Birds, Animal", Etc.,  prcc.-vcil  and mounted.  TUIItfl STKKKT, KAHTOKSCIIOOLIIOL'HI-;.  CRAGE &  MAYNE  Notaries Public  and Conveyancers  Auctioners  and Valuators  Airents Ior the i?inelter Townsite ot Kcvclstokc, II. C.  M1XK11AL ACT 18%.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "W.iVKiii.KV " Mineral claim situate on the  Iti'U'lMuke I'lvl-lon nl West Koolenay.  Where located:   Downie Creek.  TAKK NOTICK that I, Thomas Crnlium. as  Agent for the Waverlev Mine Limited.(foreign)  1'reo Miner's Ceriinciitc No. It. I-J21I. Intend  *ixty davs from the dat'' hereof.to apply lo tlii*  Mining Iti'cordi.r for a ferlllli-ate of Improve-  nicnls for tlie. purpose ot obtaining a Crown  Grant, ol llie almve claim.  And further take linlico Unit action under  ���������..eetion :t7iniist be coiniiietiecl liefore the.Issn-  inice of such Ci'i'tllii-atc of Improvements.  tinted this l.'itli day of Anniist, lHlW  THOMAS ClUAIIAM.  Heated bv Hot Air anil Electric  Hells and Light in every loom  Tree P.ns Keels All Trnins  Iteiisont'.IJle Kates    "nO'PlMKTQK.    ,  the conveiileiice of Guests  v Ni^hi, Trill .is.  i_M������v������8si_������1!i������9 !-���������������������''���������  .lOflN V. PISUKS, Pkopbiktok.  Night  tlrill Iliioin In Connection for the Conveiileiice of Guests  Arriving aiid Departing ny M3.11 Trains,  llonrl. Street Car  HeiAvecn Holel and Station.  mm  vU������i&y&i&, .  * l(fi?x,fz'CP!\'fi(2������Ji  ise^iKisfeiSSr-3-  -^K^i^^i^  W*m  '$  vJL  tests':  ������&.-"���������'  HIP  CHEAP FIRE-WOOD  Send your orders for Fire Wood to  FRED. ROBINSON, at the^saw mill  office. He will deliver at $2 25 a cord  in short lengths. $1.50 a cord'to those  whodo their own hauling.  1S99  .PROVINCIAL...  1399  EXHIBITION  IISDEII THE AUSPICES  OK THE   Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society of British Columbia  WILL HE HELD AT  October.S, 4, 5 and 6  $15,000 IN PRIZES  Open to tho world  NOTICE.  Tiiliti notico that W days afler date I intend  to aprdv ui the Chief *"'ommf. sioner of Land*  and W'irki for permission u������ Mircdmee 1M������  H<.*rt!H of land kKik-'.-c in. th<s Wcsi Kootenay  I)lM*rlf't and on tlie.Lr.tdeau Itlvor an.1 mnrke'l  out ftn������' d'-scribO'I ni ioIWiwh: Itoxlnnlnc  at Dave F.T������iison*H No/lh Ka������i Ctuner whicn  pr>������������t is m ft i-i: ed ''J..L Voting's North West  '.".orn^r" ; [hence ������outh -!0 chain*', thenee east  ���������10 eliJiiiiy, tljtriiee north <!y ehaius thenre wes,  ���������In chains to the point of tomme.**- I'inoiit.  J. J. VOUNf..  AHKUMMh, WJFJ. ''   byhlsaient  r.a.M w;u. pool.  Miss Steele  i-_ ������������t.������^   nf   Mimic    Latin,  French.   Pencil  v������������, silk, -ntin, etc.   ^vcnln'? clasps in fcng  li-h    branches    and   mathematics,     faiumo,  SMITH   HWlCK.  Pol'  FIltL. LIKE   AND   OCCIDENT   ASSCKAXCE  FROMEY & CLAIR,  .... Contractors ....  HRICK, STONE "g'^'jt^^SEWtRAGE.  STREET GRADINO.  Coiitract������ Taken. ���������,,.j ,���������.  A ROHNB QF Pl^EAStiRE F9R F0tiR WHOLE BAYS  Horse Races  Aquatics  Baseball  Bicycle Races  Championship  Lacrosse/**  Gymkhana  Naval and Military  Sports/���������>  Band ournament  Football  Magnificent Illumination  Grand Concert each evening.  Special attraction at the New Westminster Opera House.  Monster  excursions from all  points  at greatly reduced  prices.  For special features see small billp.  No entrance fee charged for exhibits.  *-cuDX������_ T MS _n������*2^v-__r ��������� G-������-  For Prize Lists, Entry Forms, and full particulars, write to  ARTHUR MALINS,  Secretary.    . -  ���������  _    ..    . w-, H. KEARY, ��������� Commissioner-.  E. S. TRAPP, President. w, ". n.  4-  4&

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