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 . -1  Ju ,u im  0*J-  '"    tL.S  -9  -ISSUED   TWIOE-A-WBEK-WEDNESDAYS   AU55ST)    SATUBEAYS-  Vol. UT. No. 74.  REVELSTOKE B. C , WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  3������S������S������������������SS^^ 5������������S<������6XS5X5S������������^^  Seasonable  Are Arriving; Almost Daily  All our linos Imve been replenished witli ;i carefully selected  nml well bought, stuck. But  in ;tho following wp eun olfer  ynu very special inducements:  Boys' Suits  All.kinds, nil prices.  Men' Reefers  *   A splendid stock.  Pants "  A large, nnd complete range..'  Underwear  Best assortment in town?  Boys' Gaps  The latest nud newest.  Men's Caps  Lateslslylcs. all prices.  Neckties  The latest fad,���������very pretty.  Rug's  Thoughtful visitors  to   tliis  store  will not think oi' leaving Bourne Bros ' store |  without floin������g some "shopping."      There  is   much  to be gained by those who do, and |  the   money  we can  save  them on   goods required for Fall and Winter will more than |  compensnte tliem for the time and expense of their visit to this store.    More than that. g  fn buving nt this store there is a pleasing satisfaction of knowing that goods are perfect- 2  ly dependable and worthy, as well as new and up-to-date.     Then our immense varieties 2  -and stocks from which selections  are  made are so sntisfyinp* to buyers because they can |  I get exactly what they want, as they want it.      Back   of all   this  is  our   guarantee   to 2  | re!unci money if goods do not prove as represented. " -g  It goes  without saying that THIS   WEEK will be a busy one at this store anrl g  we'll have about all we can easily attend to.      It may   facilitate mutters if we pick out g  !-ome of the seasonable lines and mention them beforehand.      Hence   this list ot sugges-  |  tion."-, which also includes a few bargain plums that will be given this week.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  As ii ni.il.ter of fact the whole of the  iiiterminnlile discussion   raised  hy   R.  Tapping's petition in the  Council  last  Saturday night  was  talk  in  lhc nir.  The petition simply asked the  cnuncil  to do something which   tliey   have  no  power to do under  the   municipal  act  as it sliinds at present,.    It asked them  to adopt, the half frontage lax  system  for every sidewalk   liuill/  in   tlie <it>*-  The cnuncil has nu power lo do anything uf the kind.     They ran  declare  hy ii two  I Iiii tls  vote  that n certain  sidewalk is  of general  lienelit  to the  whole city nml then introduce a h.vlaw  lo huild it hy n half frontage  tax as a  principle,  tn lhis case the Vuice of the  People with :i hig P. cuts no ice at. all.  The People with il hig P.   cannot confer on   the  council   powers  which  it  dues not possess hy statute.     And if it  is a (iiusl.ion uf building  the sidewalk  along ii curtain route hy half front age  tax as ii matter of  pulilic  necessity, it  is the voice of the people with a, small  p, who Iin ve to do  the  paying of  the  half rrontage tax to which the council  has to listen..  North Kootenny? Development,'Mr.  Kellie, is the policy of the present  opposition, the development of North  Kouteiiiiy is particularly the policy of  the present, opposition party in Revel-  stoko nnd Unit party includes just  now :i good many electors who helped  to cairy this sent for the present government at, the last election.  New Fall Jackets Ready For Thursday Morning:  ts  Ma  Carpets  Linoleums  Quantity tells.  K Quality  tells.  Prices tell.  THE ���������< ROSEBERY " MINE  Tht  Present  Stage   of Actual  Operations.  A NEW STRIKE OF GCPPZR ORE*  Nn. Sll Ladies' Heavy Black and Navy Curl Cloth  Jackets,' buttoned withsix laige pearl buttons and  lined throughout with iaiicy clieck  sateens. ..$9.50  No. S Misses' Stylish Denver Cloth Jackets,,buttoned,  with pearl   liuttiins $-_..*50  No. Ilo Childrens' and Misses' Heavy Tweed Ulsters,  witli cape and stnrui. collar '.$6.50  No.'S74  Ladies'   Reaver  Cloth   Jackets, colour, black  and nuvy, made with storm collar.' $5.00  No. 2H Ladies' Heavy Black  Bnuolo Otnl Cloth Jiij-lc-  ets. Iiuttoned with six large pearl   buttons.. ...ij>7.50  No,  SOO  Ladies'  Beaver Cloth Jackets, colors black.  nnvv nml brown, lined throughout, $9.50  No Sham Sales  Striotly  Business  We Want You to  Come Again^o  AVe are'alive to our own interests. It would be foolish, in  ^""^lhe-fare-of-pei-sisU'iit anil-keen������������������  compi-tition, for us to olTer you  a tempt ing bait one day and  overcharge you the next in  order tu make up the loss. '  We don't promise you thnt'one  doliar spent hero will go as far  us as two-splint somewhere  else, but we do assure you your  money's worth every time you  nnike ti purchase of us.  Onr constant endeavor is to  so trentyo-.i that you will come,  agiiiira'nd again.  SOLE AGENTS  FOR  -X\  Keep Your  Eyes on Our  Fruit Window  CB. HUME k CO.  Wholesale and Retail  General Merchants.  Revelstoke and Trout Lake.  Dainty Headwear for '  the Little Tots  We are showing a great profusion of natty-  styles  in "Children's  11 end wear   for Fall  and Winter wear.     Warm   and   comfort-"  able kinds, in cunning bits of headgear, to.:  please   and  become the prettiest,'little tot  in town.   Fully twenty-iivedistinetstyles  find   showing  here  and of course that includes all lhe newest and most up-to-date  creations  in   Caps,  Bonnets,   Hoods, aud  Tarns.      Wish   we  could   hold   up one of  ������ceach-sryle=for7the-benefitrof--ever-y-reiider-.-  C*   The   best   we   can   do is to illustrate and  <���������)"describe a few  popular lines  and  invite  you to come and see the others.  Embroidered Cream Japanese Silk Giaduated Late  Top Hnche Baby Bilibon Loops, lace und cord edge  all  sizes : ���������_���������������������������������������  Handsome Embroidered Cream Japanese Silk Bonnet. -  ���������tucked and shirred, silk ties and lining $2 <W  Chinchilla Bonnets, in (ream, brown and grey trim;  med with chinchilla, for SI.75  Mantles, Dress Goods  Dress Furnishings  Millinery  Every store gets some .things new and  some"things that are really stylish, but  there's every possible' difference in. the  range of novelties that find f,ivor "here.  For years we've held first, place in the  matter-of s-tyle, and now we're after the  trade of super fashionable folk. That  means a tremendous showing of   Novelties in. Mantles  These kind uf petitions only  darken  counsel and hinder progress  by starting these  interminable discussions al  the municipal hoard,    ft is now nearly  live   nioiiths   since  the. resolution   to  build the sidewalk  out  of the debenture,   money   was   first    unanimously  adopted hy the council and  still  not n  foot of it has been laid down.     All we  have  had   is   one   continual  wrangle  over it at every meeting of the council.     It   is   simply  preposterous that  seven business men  should  have  permitted  themselves  to   waste all   this  time over such'ii  small   and   yet so  necessary a mallei.     It is to he, hoped  th-it next session  of the cnuncil   will  see'the,last of it.     If the advocates  of  the half frontage system wish   to  tesl  the matter, tliey had better bring in a  motion to the effect that the sidewalk  is of general nece.-sily and see  if they  can get -i two-thirds vote of lhe council to'declare it so.    If tliey  can,  then  a   bylaw   can   be   prepared    and  tin;  matter will proceed in  regular course  n's laid down iu lhe act.. If  they  fail,  then all the council need do is to direct  that     the     Appropriation   made    for.  sidewalks at the beginning of May on  the   recommendation   of   the    public-  works   committee .by  au   unanimous  vote of the whole  council   be. ab once  The money to  iiiiike  those  High Glass Fancy Black  Dress Goods  5 only Ilich Fnney Black Dress Fabrics, ivnt raised  (Wigus. in inoliair and wool elfeet". bright tini'll.  ill absolute exclusive designs*, sold regularly at 75c.  per yard. I he dress lengl h of CJ yds., at .$:{.90  5 onlv High Class Silk and Wool and Mohair and  Wool F'ini'V Black Dress Fabrics, iu dre-������* patterns,  beautiful rich designs, sold reirul.n-ly >it 00 cents ri"i-  yard, the dress length nf G\ yds. for .$4.50  5 onlv Novelty Fancy Black Dress Fabrics, rich dress  patterns, beautiful designs, exclusive to this store,  usually sold at $1.00 and $1.10 per yard, the ilic������  length of Oi yards, for  _���������._.  ..$5.85  10 oulv Fine Knglish and French Coatings and cheviot Serges in blue green and blue grey and fawn,  the correct goods and weight fur stylish skjits, 42  inches wide, sold regularly at (JOcents per vard. the  skiit length of U yards,  for S1.S0  Novelties in Millinery  Novelties in Dress Goods  Novelties in Dress Furnishings  o  The Dress Goods interest alone is sufficient to warrant big emphasis. Onr trade  has grown to such an extent that we are  in a position to make our terms in buying  and therefore control the very choicest of  the"new styles; same way with mantles.-  same way with millinery. We have the  styles that appeal to' the particular wants**  of particular and fashionable women and  all extravagance has been taken out of the  prices. The displays are even richer now  than when first opened and late novelties  will continue to come fast as introduced ;  that'i" what makes each stock so eminently  successful.  The Grocery Store  II������rc von ������ver figured ont llie difference It mnkos in n sun'.on's  c-pt-'ii"-'" liuviiiR miiii'i here mnl tliere iim cniiipiired witli  ri'Kii- Z  lartv or'leri'nw GKOCKKIKS from  tills store, nlien such Inrco -Z  (inniititles nre lnuidled nml tlio necessarily Inni; prolltinf Minill ^  dealers are quite unknown; h .-ent nr tno   n pound becmnci of in  croat importiince when'you n u'tiply it liv thc :;i'."i days, days you '&  u������e a iraund or more.      Then  too you  nre sure of cetlinK llie *^  best here. .   Nothing inferior i.s carried in slock.      Come per- '���������������  soimlly,���������telephone,���������or send a child,���������you get nothing but the &  vory best.                                           -" ������  expected  much needed improvements has been  borrowed, the city is' paying interest  on it, it is lying-idle in the bank and  the improvements are not being niaile.  Tt is tinie to quit talking and get down  to business. As* Aid. Grahame suggested a small snow plow and one.  horse, will keep the walk clear of snow  next winter and if the,work is put in  hand right away we shall escape the  miseries of having to walk in sleigh  t"fiick=^ffi"r"~iix~"ni()iitlis^fronT���������riextr  Novi^iiiber, jumping oil'*, into snow  drifts every once in awhile lo let- a  sleigh pass, and we shall also avoid  the awful mud when ��������� the snow melts  next spring. Now is just 'as good a  tiuii: to build the sidewalk as any, if  Ihi" council will only get down to  business.  Air. Kellie extracts a crumb of comfort from  the  idea  that   Mr.  Joseph  Martin has  not  yet declined  himself  against the government. The IlEHAl.r*  fails   to   see   how   Mr.   Martin  could  make    it   plainer     in     the     Knglish  language   that  lie   was  their  avowed  opponent than he did last  Labor  Day  at Naiiainio.    If Mr. Kellie's convict ion  that "the .Si'inlin ministry will remain  in power" is based on no  surer gioiind  than.i hope that Joe  Martin   will   not  turn on it tooth and nail next session,  the IIl'KALD is very  much,  afraid  the  Semlin   ministry's   chances  are  vt-rv^  slim.    And it is not merely  the. loss of  a vole which they liave to  anticipate,  ft is the loss of their  real  leader last  session.   The   man   for   whose  entry  they all used to sit waiting like a row  of dummies  before  vent in ing  to answer  the attacks   of   the opposition.  The   man   who   devised   and   bluffed  through every scheme by  whicli  they  hold at this very moment the reins of  power.     The     man,   whose    colossal  hardihood,  combined  with  real   business,   energy   and  capacity,  threw  a  clonk over the timidity of their leader  and the,fatuity of most of his following.   Tliis is the iiw~.ii  they  will have  v u  to   face* next   session,  armed   with  a  certain knowledge  of all  their  weak  points, armed   with  a serious charge  against the only man who  has  shown  any capacity in:the  government,  and  inspired   with    personal    resentment  against   their  treatment of   himself.  The   Herald   never   remembers  Mr.  Kellie appearing before in the  pose of  the     cheerful   optimist.      It    throws  oiuite a now light on   his  character to  know   Unit   "he   thinks   the  Seml'm  ministry will remain in power."     Nny  his hopes even inspire hiin with indignation, his heart is full of a holy scorn  and   the   interview   closes    with  the  remark :     " I think the Semlin ministry  will  rem-iin  in  power.    And the  opposition   papers   suggest that    the  Lieut.-Governor ask for the Premier's  resignation, indeed ! "   This '-.indeed '"  i.s very tine.    It is a  perfect snort of  unutterable contempt linn indignation.  He.  Mr.  J. M. Kellie,  M.P.P.,  thinks  the'Semlin   ministry will  remain  in  power and still tlie {opposition papers  have the insufferable'audacity to suggest that the Lieut.-Governor ask   for  the Premier's resignation !    The idea!  Work Has So Far Progressed as to^  Begin to Prove the Permanency of  thc Ore Bodies���������Operations Will Be  Pushed on During the Winter Months'  and Development Work is to Begin  on the Salisbury, a Sister Claim.  Recent systematic work   has  so  far  advanced     the   development   of    lhe_  mineral belt from Ljiforuio to Downie  that in tin; opinions of our  mnst. far-_  seeing men   tliere  is   now  no  further  doubt thai in future we will see in Lhat_  part of the Big Bend  a  inining  camp  second lo  none  in   British  Columbia.  When   we  consider that it is  ouly  a"  matter of tin ee years siuce attention  was lirst turned to the minernl wealth _  of the  Big Bend,   other   than   placer  gold, we can   form  some  idea  of the>  labor done and  efforts  put forth   by,  those     determined   and   enterprising-,  men  who  have  in this comparatively _  short time  by  persistent and  intelligent work hi ought the camps of La-  foriiie, Cnrnes, Standard and Keystone  to the satisfactory st-.ige in  wliich  wu  now find them. - .  The    Hkkald.     although    greatly  inteiested frniii the lirstin   the  devel-.  opmeut   of   this   camp    and   'always  willing to  assist in  ils  progress,' has  eaiefully refrained from anything like  booming the camp, believing  that its  true worth must eventually be shown"  by the enterprise  of  our own  people  befnie we could hope  to  interest out-,  side capital.    Keeling that the stiige of  development   has   now  heen  reached*'  that establishes lhe pernianencv of the.  camp beyond  a doubt mid  therefore  believing that anything  pertaining to  the development of this-district,  the  future progress  of wliich^ is  of such  vitariinportance lo the cily  of Revel-  Our own Kellie has been making n  ilelivi-rance lo t he Vancouver World.  Mr. Kellie cannot-, see any political  crisis knocking around just, at present.  '��������� Whnt." he asked the public through  the columns of tho World, " what  have the opposition done lately that  would appeal In the people, anyway?"  What does Mr. Kellie expect the  present provincial opposition or any  other opposition to do? The people  to do things niethe government. It is  out of the power of an opposition to do  anything, whether  it appeals  lo the  What the Woild. to which Mr.  Kellie thus confided his high hopes  nnd sacred wrath, has to say about  him is short and lively. Tt reads as  follows :  - The views of Mr. Kellie. M.P.P., are  givi'ii-in-aii(itlier_coliiiiiii_just-_fQr_w|-iat-  they are* worth. '"Lot Ym- flicker"  Kellie belongs to lhe "flopper" genius,  and is as liable lo support his old  friends tomorrow as the new���������that is  if the former gain any power. As a  Jump-Jim-Crow he would take lirst  in the acrobatic ring of any circus.  Thanksgiving Day will be on the  fourth or last Thursday in November  this year. Laurier-is waiting for  Washington to decide wliich it i.s to  be.  Says the Vancouver World: " The  largest building in Canada i.s now-  being erected' hy a Nelson-Hos-daiid  firm doing busini"*s- at Calgary. Alia.  The building is being elected by P.  Burns it Oo. and will be 700 feet long.'  Why "a Nelson-Bosslaiid firm." This  is hew it ought to read���������" bv a Moyie  Wardner���������Trout Lako ���������Xaknsk ���������  Silverton���������New Denver���������Trail���������Slocan  Citv���������Ymir ��������� Cascade  City ��������� Grand  people or not.     But Mr. Kellie argues  Forks���������Midwi"3~��������� Bennett.���������Log Cabin  i  they should " get out a policy, publish  it and show that, it is the best  one  for  the miliary."    The oppusit ion have a  policy.      It is biimiiied up iu one word  ���������Development.    Development of  the  resources of the counlry.  Tlieir policy  to come near home  wis  to assist  lo  open  up Kootenay and they did  it.  The results of their policy speak for it.  themselves,    liave the'���������results of the  present   government's   policy   always  been equally admirable in   Koolenay ?  How have  they shown   up in  Atlin.  which fell  to  the  government, .which  Mr.   Kellie   at   present    supports,   to  develope, as  Kootenay    fell   to   their  -Atlin.  The Japanese Social.  The willing workers of the Ladies'  Aid Society of the Melhodist church  who made the nri.itigi-ments for the  Japanese social at Mrs. Thos. Down's  residence last, night are gre.itly to be  congratulated on the success* of their  entertainment.    The house was decor-  stoke,   will   be    appreciated    by 'ouv  leaders, the IIeralu has arranged l"or_  a   special  correspondent."to  visit  the-  various mining camps of the Big Bend"  and contribute a series of articles  on"  their progre-s.,    v * ,...'-  This  week  the Herald  is able to  give its readers an interesting account   "  ,  of the work done on  the Rosebery at]  Cnrnes Creek, accniints'froni the other,  ,  camps will   be  pnhlishe'd ' as ;soon as-'  received from our correspondent.  A   GKKAT GOLD-COPPER*PKOPEBTY.     -  For  (his  week's  instalment T*send_  you a description fit the actual   condi-    ]  tion of affairs as  found   by  mc  on   a      \  recent visit to the property owned and',  operated   by  the  Carnes  Creek Consolidated of Revelstokewhich is knowni  as the Rosebery group and consists of      '  the    eight adjoining mineral  claims,' _  *  the     Rosebery,     Empire,    Salisbury ."  Coronation,   Arsenic,  Kingdom,   Iiu-_  perinl   *ind   Jubilee.     This   group   is'  situated   on   Lookout  mountain  and"    ���������  easily- accessible,   though   at  present^  connected only by'pack trail  from the  Columbia.    But this point, of  accessi-;  bility   is  greatly    furtheiod * by ���������.th������  townsite of 1G0 acres of land'," thrptigh'.  ���������  which   runs the nortli fork* of C.ii-ne.s"  creek; also owned  by- the  same company and formiiif.; a valu-ible-ia'dditioii    .  to their pioperty. as  there is a'good^, t  route to build a wagon rciad or railroad * -  to this  townsite  from  Carne's "unci   it.  .ean_itlso-be .reached- from���������the. mines? ...  with less  than   half a  mile  of aerial ���������  tramway.  XO. 1 TUNNEL.  The first work done on the Rosehery_  was to rim a prospecting tunnel on the.  vein for a distance ot 15S feet and this'--  work is now known as No. 1 tunnel.  The ore in this tunnel  i.s continuous,  throughout its  whole  lengtli.  having.,  an aveiage   width   of   two   feet   and *  average value of .$.">0 per ton  in  gold.'*'  It is  this rich  cue  which  can  be be.  Heated by the cyanide process for less__  than !$3..">0 per ton, whichc-first attracted atlention to this property.'  NO. 2 TUNNEL.  ��������� No.-2 tunnel culs the vein at a lower  level, and from the point where tlntj  vein was stiuck it has been drifted^  upon Tor ..00 feel in a southeasterly^  direction, the depth gained in this'  distance being finm 1ST) to 300 feet.  Ore has been continuous, samples.  from the ore streak in present face offi  tunnel assaying over $50 per ton iiii-  gold.  Near   the footwall  a distinct seam,  of chalcopyrite is found, the ore being _  very pure and  adding greatly  to  the  value   of  the   mine.    -Being' distinct  from the  other (ire.  this . will  not in,  any way interfere with  the pioposed"-  treatment by  eynnidation  process of _  the   other   gold-bearing' ores   in   the  vein. ;, ,  The Rosebery vein  has  been  traced'  through the four claims.the Rosebery. ,  Empire,   Salisbury and  Arsenic," and'  has been stripped in many places.   By  drifting on present levels 1.000'feet in*_  ated with great taste  and originality  in   the   Japanese   fashion,   u 'nile" the I depth can be  gained'in ' depth  under  the summit of the lidge.  &-***-s������������+*������+e<f*r<**<?-****k -< _s^dW^r^r������r������W4^^^ ������  piesence of Mr. and Mrs K.iburagi,  Miss Misono. and a dozen or more  young ladies dressed in Japanese costume added greatly to the viassem-  blanro of the scene. Durini: the evening Mrs. Dent and Messis. Ciewdson.  Alliim, l*������urs and Sullivan rendered a  picdecessors.     How liave Mr.  Kellie i progriimiie. of vocal music"~\h;ch'  was  and   his   friends   hcli>ed   to open  upl greatly appifcciAtcii."  Tlie   improvement   with'   depth   is  very noticeable and in the  opinions of ,  practical mining men who have visited .  the claims, there can   be  no doubt of  the permanency of the ore bodies.  Work at the miue is   in charge of .  Mr. John Sweeney,  foreman,  and is  i (Continued on'p&s*" 4.)' CKSTW-'C^'C^saTrs  Published in interest.'of  R-V-lftolse,  !,iiriie.iii. niu  Hend, Troul  iliiciilcvv.ii-t. Ailicri Canyon, .I'lriiuii  i'.i._> unc. Eiu.'|.r Pass Dlsu-ii-ts.  l.aeo  F> 1,1 TT        ���������U    worse than all, a large Increase in the |    Will a two cent  \8V81St.0ke       He raid   public debt. , make you rich?  Wither Sir Richard was deliberately I    lying with the object of deceiving; the  electors when he made tho promises  referred to, or ho is overruled by his  colleagues in the cabinet and Is powerless to give effect to his pledges. If  the former then he Is utterly undeserving of the confidence of honest men  ���������if tho latter, then he Is a coward as  well as an impostor; for no man ot  character and integrity would remain  drop   letter   rate  Proprietor  A.JOHNSON.  A <n.nl-\V������--kl"- Journal, |iiilili.������licd. in lln'.  Inii-r.V: ..! ii.-_ 6lst-_>_<* unit tii.- sun-iitiiiliiiir  ui-:u.-i. _Vi-iiiic.-Ja.~i and 3.iliii-ilii.<>-, ni.iki.ig  . i. ������: i-aiinc-ii'iis ������im all train.',.  \ihcrii-su~- lutn:     bisplay   .ills, *1.'ill. per  ci.li.niu   i:itMi,-i'.'JJ per inen "licl  ;:ik- ji.-._v.   1..---..1 ad. _ 1 ic  per iinjiipimcl  :-jr n.^.'i.i-cn.-'ii; ���������"������- i'-"' c-icn i  tiu.-i     KiMil.,1.-- iiuiI'OT.li'c per  :;.-.'.i  .'-i...'ii...-. nml 1-iciili n  liiici-icd  linn  i,kii.-..iuii! Iiiacr  line tncli iim.,-.  lices,  Ul  ���������ipil"ll K.a  ,1111: il..a  11. niail ur cim-lci'  <m._'i-.i .mil-., r-ii'ieily  i;i  1  ..If;  1"  pm-.-  -mall--ior  1 i.i.    UIm  .1. llcp  ..-nt i- ..:  i \X':..  r.i: l.i.i.-.-  ic-iK--: price-. '  ].,r--.-���������iii.ii.- ion  I.r-.-iupilv nUeml'  ne\i ..rJcr.  n, i.',..ri,'Sp.',iw'.ciit  ..:].-_��������� Oil    ���������'''."   . -ll'l"'-'  i..lijli.-.   Mid (lc.-.i'c  pi.ii.-.'il   in cwr/   1'  if.'*,.'.     In  all ������-ii������"--  writer iiui'l   noi-.'inj'-iiiy  i:.-eec<s.irily fur      ''   Tu  ���������     IIKH.  .Illpl"  AI.Ii   .loll  pi ni_:liij-r  :. . .1 i1 'i.-"iM*.'i..il*ud   ' '  .luii-r  ri lift-elm's -t\!������'  all.     No l������l) too  ,,.      .Mail   oril.-1-i  s a  trial on your  V.".-   i'lVile   rOlT.'Spouri-  .1 liiii-11-.-.i  i" ilie uciicriil  ivli-.lil.-   n-'iilar  con-it-  .il,lv siiri-.iiiiidiii-   i.evci-  llio'l..nij iiii'- nam.- of lhc  ii.-iiiiim'|'I|I.   'ml   "(.I  iililii-.'.t'lon.  --iilcn ss-.-.ll c.iliiiiiiinieatliin-  REVELSTOK.E   HERALD  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  Hugh John Macdonald must be a  serious factor In Manitoba politics  when the Free Press finds it necessary to fill its editorial columns daily  with abuse and misrepresentation  concerning him.  When the Liberals  were      out aud  wanted to get In, they made.the Do  an hour In a government in which he I minion ring from one end to the other  is ignored and overruled hy colleagues  who are only more tyros and Infants  in experience and knowledge compared" with Sir Richard  Cartwright.  '..st  li" l.'slbly wi-illell  pers'nifll  nmi-  >r name ol lhe  1. v.t e'-i re?!<ondi'ii(  i.-i on.- ������lilcf>l ill' I'-'l"  .'. i.oir.-i'p'iiiil.1"1 '* '  :-r ir.;i������: I"- 'U'li"'! '��������� 1'-  Vs.'Ulrrc-TiintW..       ������Uli    i"fc..-nc'   I  iliiui-Hint nv* a;..-    ''    " ""'''M   >',?'  ".-rc.1 . iijilii'mi;'"   to  ili.il  : ..nlv  .iil.iinini:  , in.-  prop  ft ml   I."  !>c:r>r-- it c-.n api'  .it  Tin: llr.r.Ai.i'-  .  aiiy-  ���������I- niu. _  psper  THE  MISSION  OF SIR  LOUIS.  and  The minister of marine  fisheries is off for London to explain  the Alaska boundary question to the  home government This journey recalls another two years ago taken by  the same minister, who then undertook the task of explaining to the imperial officers that the Canadian preferential tariff was not inconsistent  with the German and Belgian, treaties.  In the Canadian parliament it had  been argued on the opposition side  that the Canadian preference would  have to be extended to the treaty  countries so long as the treaties stood.  Sir Louis was splendid in his scornful  contempt for this view. He told Sir  Charles Tupper and others who ventured to put forward this proposition  that their argument had not a leg to  stand on. "No second rate lawyer,"  he declared, "would for a moment  maintain that Canada was affected by  these treaties." The cock-sureness of  Sir Louis Davies, which is one of the  amusing phenomena of Canadian public life, is only equalled by his brilliant capacity for going wrong.  He was so positive that Sir Wilfrid  sent him to London to argue the case.  When he got there he found that he  had no case     at all.      He and     the  English counsel, retained by tho Canadian government to assist him, were  treated  with civility,      but the     law  officers unanimously and promptly decided  that the Canadian    government  v.-as  altogether wrong in its view of  the bearing of the treaties.     The imperial government afterward did what  the opposition said would     have to bo  done.      The treaties were denounced,  and   during  the   year and   more  that  ihey remained in force the preference  enjoyed  by Great Britain was shared  by other countries in Europe and  by  some nations In Asia and South America while  British      colonies      were  shut out from  the benefit.      In  view  of this performance it     will be     interesting to see what sort of a record  Sir Louis will make on the     present  occasion. -   It is hoped that t.ho more  ^arpfnl.nnd accurate officers at Down-  in:: Street may be able to imnress him  witn   t.~-o  npeessitv  of  knowing      his  facts,   hut  if  he  does   not  tret  tbintrs  -.-���������Ton:; it  will li" a refresh!*" cr and or-  i~;nal    evnerini~oo   in   his   lif������.        The  .cr-rn'Tl  rate  lawyers      who    hold  the  iicsitions of nttoi-npy p-enpral and solicitor general of iho United Kinerdom  win be sure to find him as positive as  ever.  AN  AWKWARD   QUESTION.  An cxtercmely awkward question  f(i- the Washington administration  is" bound up in the treaty  villi the Sultan of the Sulu  archipelago the unsuccessful conclusion of wliich was announeccd -i  short    time   ago. The   instrument  makes specific mention of the suppression of piracy, but is silent as to  slavery. Indeed it was explained thai  no treaty was possible unless it was  agreed to leave ploygamy and slavery  unmolested. Wc even begin to hear  apologies to the effect that the existence of slavery in its present fonn  i.- ot a beneficent nature. No one  denies that there arc slaves both by  birth and reduction to that stains  in the Sulu islands; yet is the Ani-  L'licnn flag io float over them without freeing them? This is a lerrlblc  l;.irden for tho Republican party lo  carry, and its more higliininiled members aro freely expressing their dis-  gucst and mortification at tlie situation. Bur in addition to the moral  difficulty there is a formidable legal  obstacle. The language'of tho IS th  amendment of the constitution is exceedingly broad, anil forbids slavery  or involuntary servitude nol only in  the United States, but "any placo  subject to their jurisdiction. " What  t.'.e Sulu treaty apparently does is to  a.sert jurisdiction but to leave slav-  c-iy in full vigor. This must throw  the. enlire instrument into obvious  conflict with the constitution Tn any  r;.se ti is not valid until ratified by  the ���������merican senate But the incident is already deep in the national  mind and conscience. Tf imperialism  means, giving shelter to polygamy  and slavery under the American flag,  it. implies a more radical departure  from the professed, standards of  n-.orals and law than the bitterest opponent ever charged against that country.  with tlie questiou: "Has the National  Policy made you rich?" The Toronto  Mall rather neatly makes the turn  that lhey themselves answer today  with an emphatic affirmative. Another  phrase, "the growing time" is in all  iheir months, and the policy of five  years ago and ten years ago is the  policy of today.  1 WHITE, GWILLIM &   SCO IT.  BAY  COMPANY.  ('. W.J Peterson, deputy commissioner of agriculture is evidently  an anti-Dreyfusite. He is,at present  endeavoring to secure a grain exhibit from the North West for the  Waris exposition of 1900. The French,  authorities will however have to exhibit some grains of common sense  in eir treatment of Dreyfus unless  they are willing that Iheir show  should be boycotted by the civilized  world.  A   MANITOBA  TRAGEDY  A  Child  Kills Another With  a  Loaded  Pistol  Otto, burn, Man.. Sept. 15.���������At St.  Pierre on Wednesday evening a farmer named Lemire returning from the  hay field met his son. 12 years old  and sent him for a gun to Mr. Des-  ~.uitier's. Tho boy did so and on  leaving Desaulticr's place pointed the  gun at a child saying, "1 will shoot  *vu." The gun would not go off.  Oi reaching the main road he found  that his father had gone home. Thc  hoy thon met Edward Prefontaine,  12 years old, and pointed the gun at  him and tried the other trigger, saying as before, "I will shoot you." The  -"r.i* went off and shot young l'refon-  ipine a little above the heart, killing him instantly. Dr. Gorvais saw  me child fall and ran and picked  mm up, but. the child was dead.  CHRISTIANITY IN JAPAN.  THRESHING   ACCIDENT  A   Boy  OPEN  CONFESSION    IS  THE SOUL.  GOOD    FOR  Ou the last day of the parliamentary session Finance Minister Fielding, replying to the slashing criti-  cism of the Hon. Mr. Foster on. the  increase of. the government expenditure under the rule of the Liberals,  made the candid confession that the  government was unable to retrench;  but that on the contrary the country's  expenditure must oi necessity continue to increase: that new expenditures were inevitable if development  of cur natural resources wa.s to continue;, and in. answer to the, reproach  upon the cabniet- and the party supporting it, of having falsified ali  their pledges of economy, Mr. Fielding ridiculed the idea of public men  being expected to live up to the promises made by them in ignorance and  without knowledge of the difficulties  which might lie in the way of giving effect to these pledges. He scouted . charge of inconsistency, observing mat a .minister charged with the  responsibilities of cifir-e was not  bound to be consistent with the opinions he may have held previous  to attaining office-. Here is a confession to make, ths br3->::i effrontery  of which is. we venture to think,  without paraiie). Nevertheless Mr.  Fielding must be acorded credit for  his cantor���������none of his colleagues  have been so 'rank in statement, although the record thoy have made i_  an endorsement of Mr.Fielding's new  _ode of ethics. If they were obliged  to speak they also would he obliged  lo admit that when they trotted  throunh tho country addressing tho  "-lectors on the subjoct of the awful  "stravaganre of the Tories, and mado  solemn promises to the electors to  rut down tlie expenditure by several  millions annually, io stop" the increase of the debt, and so on. tliey  spoke without knowledge. Thar, defence might do for some ministers���������  they ba,-' had no experience as heads  of departments previous to ISfifi���������but  it will no; do in Sir Richard  Cartwrighi's ease. H" had been  in as finance minister ��������� he had  l"<?n throughout the lone term  of the late government the financial  authority, critic and law giver of the  opposition: he at least knew what he  '"'~~ talking about: he is a master of  nublic finance, and knew or should  have known precisely how and where  economics mieht bo effected. He has  stated a hundred times that nn ex-  popdituro of S3C.OO0.0Ori was a scan-  r*nloii=lv extravaeant sum: that $3.-  600.000 a year coul-l readily be saved  ���������"rr.-" th. * "dlsrcacpfnl" hildret of out-  i-v-. pr,, -xbnn ^-."nirpfl to show-  bow and where hu would effect this  rn. .trHori. his _n<--rr>r was. "put. u"> in  ifW"      ~������������������~~���������,   we'll      t"ir,TT      VOU." Ttl.1  -"tint-v hM-oved him. and gJiv* him  n-t\ Ms rollo .snies the nnnortiinitv:  ---1 v-hpt }? the record of two years?  L .rerlv inrrpacod . xp*~Tiditiire for  "rvli rnv������rnm������rt for nubile woi-ltR.  f"r ���������'ilwav trrants.'nnd sri-**-- bribe*  than ever for dnubtful constituencies:  The Japanese government have just  come to ari*"imporiant decision in regard to the status of Christianity in  thai country. The subject is one of  many connected more or less directly  with the coming into force of the revised treaties. There is no stale  religion in Japan, although an active  political party is now striving to gain  this position for Buddhism, but both  nuddhism and Shinto have a connection.-with thc government. Each  Buddhist sect is allowed to elect its  own chief according to its own ruler,,  and his powers, when elected, over  the appointments to shrines and temples, the disposal of religious property, and tho like are very considerable,  but are limited by a series of rules  having the force of law made in 3SS-t.  The sect, as has been said, elects its  head in its own way, but his election  must receive the recognition of the  government. When this is given" the  person elected can proceed to exercise  his powers within the very wide limits  laid ("  by lav.*.      But one principle  is that no soot can be without a head,  and he is obliged to supply certain  information periodically to the government as to the temples, -rules, organization, mode of preserving ancient documents, art treasures, religious property, and the like: and the  bureau to which these reports are addressed aids in settling disputes and  advising on points submitted to it.  Each head of a sect elected in accordance with these rules has a certain  rank in the official hierarchy and has  the right of personal access to the  home minister. The object is to secure order amongst the sects in the  public, interest. But hitherto Christianity has been disregarded by the  authorities. Churches were governed  as the members chose, and the <-.vern-  ment cared nothing. The authorities  wore ordinary citizens in the eye of  the law, and filled no representative  nosiLio^ whatever. But now the gov-  p'-nvnr-nt���������hus-rnme���������Im���������the���������coneluslon-  that Christianity is of sufficient im-  porranco both in the numbers n* those  nrofessing it and in its organization  tn rend0"- it advisable to bring it  within the,law, of 1SS1. and a decree  in this " sense will shortly  h������ issued.  The practical result of this measure  ���������ui li������������ in the fir~u* nl.ic* a dirpct recognition of tho Christian religion as  one of the religions organizations of  the countrv bv the .Tapanes" mv������rn-  men" Cb'-'stian bis'iops and oth������r  heads of church p. will be recognized  hv rho rmrbnrifi_ ~ --^H wil! havi* ?"("-  eess to the home minister in a repre-  c-onlatlvo   cipncitv    tri    (pern.:.*    fhr.    nf-  'airs of their respective churches. Th������~v  "���������lli bo ii a nos'r'on to .'.-.-l with  '.-n-*l offi. i.il _ nn n������i *-.inl official fonl-  !--"* nnd in rein-"- ���������'"*������- ���������"i<-t submit  to llio rn1"'* n* IRS-'.. -..-I.'"*, n-i ?->n--  *i'nrv ratlioi- thai nn -("ntnrv. nnd  ���������vhinji probably rfitri-' llmir doniini"*.*"  -������*if. rellEinur prnni*-tv **'' ncr>-lv -i.  mucb R- thov sr" ������������������-istri"i-"1 n'"niv  ''v th" cnn^Hti't'i- " the nhweh"'".  Th������ main nraeticpt '.-.-u'pt will hp thnt  >ii*.fir!i*i of tb^ chiirclios tlironchniit. thp  cuintrv  will   have  tho  Wal  riirht  to  -'-il   in   qll   t".-.*   ^.o-i������������r"c:   t  ._   nnoitinn  of their co-rellgionlsts on equal terms,  i-vl riot es ._ rtnfnre on sufferance and  ������-2 r.-;.-i|n indii-i.lual _ onlv. A powerful weanon iv thus nut into the hands  nf the Christian commiinif.ips for securing eriual ricbti and fair nlfiv  rtvf.j-vwh'"*'". for renro .sine nors"!"'-  tlon, getting sites for religious edifice., mt'. The lnr-^l official, who  knows fh.-t the nhristian bishop or  nastnr making representations to him  ran  have  his  comn'ajnts  made  direct  ft- rbe _ .me Ti-.tTli.lej- j.i To'*'*'*', -.(.ill  ftivo a verv dirfeiv-n' e'������r lo y/bif. ho  ���������"-eiild   n-t-.-e   tr.   Hie   "re   Private   ei'i':"'-  man -wishing his afd. The measure 1b,  *��������� berrfor" nothii'~ !os.*t than a i-nv .;:i-  tion in the position of Christ.ianit.v.  and wi]" yo annoar to every Japanes*".  whether an official or not.  Crushed   to   Djalh   at  Stockton, Man.itoba.  ._-liton. Man., Sept. 15.���������About  noon on1*Wednesday a fatal accident  occurred, the victim being Winter  ijvown, IG years old,and a resident  of Stockton Brown was engaged by  VopKins _-��������� Turnbull, threshing, and  nl. tno time of 'the accident was  standing on the rear platform of the  traction engine firing. Hopkins, the  tngineer was at tho throttle. The  thresher was moving from tho last  silting on Turnbiill's farm, with a  -vapor in tow. Whether the tongue  of tn'j scraper troke is not known  but tho coupling between the two  was so short that llie self feeder  was brought within two or three  teet of the engine. In order to avoid  ai accident the engine was brought  lo a standstill. It is thought .that  v: unc Brown's curiosity led him lo  I'.y to ascertain the cause of Lho stop,  when the separator, which had not  lort its momentum, camo forward to  the sido of the feeder catching him  and crushing hi magainst the boiler,  causing such internal injuries that  death was almost instantaneous.  Y- ung Brown was a very bright boy  ruid a general favorite. His father  hue  been  dead   for  many  years. .  i,  * . o   tt! DIRGE FOR. *EJLPJHRS SSAJD -  Am- ������T*r, t&a B_9*ra *__���������,  Anil over the papers go,  The   hale  papers  born   to  die. -  Before   we   loved   them   so!  Some   are   the   highest  art.  Some are the broadest fun.  But  each   comes  to   "fill   a   long  felt  want,"  Each and every one. ������  Some  aro brutally frank.  Libelous, personal,  smart;  Seme   with   pictures   and   prose   ana  verse  ,\ra���������vvell.   we  will  call   them   tart.  Some ot them "Fight for the right,"  Say  tney  never will  yield.  Some follow a fad. a good one or bad.  But each  has  a  ������������������particular  field."  INCORPORATED 1670  The  Dress-Making  Department  is now  i  Presided  over by  Hiss Sclieurmdn  and is ready to  receive orders  for Fashionable  Costumes,  Barristers,  Solicitors, Notaries Public.  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  W. "White,. J.  M. Scott, B.A.,  Q. C. ti. L. B.  F.  L.  Gwllllm.  HARVEY _. MoCARTER  &mwwwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmm$  ������  &  E  E  THE MOLSONS BANK  iNcoitroitATiin iiy Act (in" Pari.i vmknt, 1855.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offices:      Molsons  Bank Block,  First Street, Itevelstoke Station, B. C.  J. W. Cross, M. D.  tidier:   Taylor   Hlock, Miickenziu    Avenue,  Kiivulstokii. '  Surgeon to tlicC.l'.K  Hen til oilli'd-. City of Itcvclsio c.  T, L, Haig  PAID IIP CAPITAL,      ....  HEST FUND -  SH niKEiJTOHs:   Wm. Moi.m.n  Maci-iikiikiN, l'i-c_-Mciit;   ft.  II  JJ^ W.M. UA.MHAV, SAMUhl.  1-'IVI.I-.Y, Ill--.N1! V A IICI1IIIAI.I',  ������- 11. -MaKKI.A.-.I. .Ml.il_._lN.  ������-- F. Wokpkkton Thomas, (Junei'iil Mnnaffor.  fc  Er  ^ MANAIiKH.  $2,000,000  $1,500,000  KwiNd, Vice-1"resident.  I. I'. Cl.KCllOIlN,  A general bunking business linnsiicteil,  ���������ales.  Interest allowed at current **^  .T. D. MOLSON, ^  liKVKl.STOKE, II. C.       j^3  Notary Public,  Solo Agent for  These .Are Facts  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS.  opened up by the  Mineral Properties  !���������  Revelstoke  Townsite  Mininp, Fire nnd  Life Insurance. -  Ollice, Opposite C.P.R. Deoot.  IMPERIAL   BW  Diamond Core  Drill^=^-~  Htoati Oflice.  Paid Up  Capital  Reserve     -    -    -  Toronto  S2.ooa.aKi  -   1,300,0c-  Directors:  H. S.  Kiowla.ua    President  I'. K. Merritl, Vice Pres., (St.Cnthai  William Kamsay, Robert Jaf'-ay,  H"i|.h Kyan,   T.  Sutherland  Stayuor  Eliiib Rogers.  D. }_. Wilkie. General Manager.  Branches  North We6' and British Columbia  Rrandon  Calgary  K 1 in on ton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  Vancouvei  Winnipeg  Rovelstoki  Satisfaction Guaranteed  THE. HUDSON'S BAY STORES  CALGARY   /  'I.OOKIN' BACK.'-  Wathers o' Moyie, tin' the white gulls  flyin',  Since  I  was  near  ye.  what  havo  I  seen ?  Deep   greal seas,  and   a  strong wind  sighin'  Night   and   day;   whero   the   waves  are  gieen  Slvui-na-.ViOile.  the wind  goes sighin'  Over  a  waste of wathors green.  Slriitliconn, Golden, B.C. N. lson, B.C  ONTARIO.  Essen Niagara Falls    St. Thomai-  Kergim        Port Colborne  Toronto  Gait Kat Portage      Welland  I rifrerwoll    Sault Ht. Rlarie WoodRtock  Listovre'l   St. Catharines   Hamilton _  Montreal, Quebec.  .   Savings Bank Department���������Deposit.  of   $1    uud    upwards    received    and  interest, allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  mid other debentures purchased.  Drafts and JLoi.rers of Credit���������Avail-  aole at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Vii'aland. etc _  Gold Purchased  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted for1 at any ol  the Hudson's Bay Co's Posts ln the  Yukon anl- northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN,  Manas-en Revelstoko Brar.uh  To obtain rapidly the knowledge'ol' tlm value of reel's or IciI/ch  nothing is to bo uompared with the Ditimuiid (Jure Drill, wliich will  prove uioi'e in 30 day . than mi outfit of men lunuelliuK "ur Milking  ihiii'ts could ui'ove in ten years.  Thn Diamond Core Drill can   pierce   lhe mountains nnd ke   th  eeret of what it contains I'l-cim their very hearts, nnd  the  morn  suid  herock   lot-mittibn, the quicker it will do its woik.  The Diamond Gori'Drill N <-o <!riii<-i i iii'ted iliHt-ir. can  lie taken   ci  pieces and pack, d un ihe burk* ol' li.u"*e.s and curried   and   woi ked  almost inaccessible places where water can bo obtained,���������nud ir   ���������  be in almost any part ol British Columbia.  For full information aud particulars apply by letter or in per.-on io  J.    D.     SIBBALD,  REAL     ESTATE   AND     MINING     BROKERS,     REVELSTOl E  Large light bed  room0.  Table furnished with  the choicest, the in-riser  alTord-jJ , Best Wines  Liquor-- .'iiul ��������� Oi.ru'-,  a dav. Monthlv rare.  ALBEKT STO.VE, Proprietor.  Some  have  an   "ar.gei"  behind   them,  Someone" with   "money   to   burn*."  But some are born  with nothing  but  *   nerve  .\ nil tho .hnrtf.nc what thr-v- wiil earn.:  wi' heather,  iry   bio.  the   winter  Llsinisli nn' Trostan dark  High   are  the  Rockies,  Sure   ye   have   snows   i.n  wor-thcr  liere  they're  lyln'  the ' long    year  through.  Snows    ore    fair    in     the    summer  weather  Och-a"' the shadows between them  bl".r!  an  the   wild   glen  it   the   prairie     is  The Free Press wants the Winnipeg  Tribune to publish a report of a  speech made by Mr. Oliver, M. P..  which that gentleman says Is not "ab-  '-olutelv correct." Whv doesn't the  Froo, Pros--- get. Mr. Oliver's speech on  Qfdifi'm immigration whicli -"pears  in Hnnsard and which i.s absolutely  correct?  Some are  quite unpretentious.  And  begin  in  the most modest way;  Some  clang  their   cymbals   and   beat  their drums,  And shout. "We have come to stay!"  Somf.  in their second  issue.  Bcaft of  the   power   they   wield.  But  cheap  ones  or  dear,   there's  not  one   will   appear  P.ut  has its  "particular  field."  Iioor little things, tlieir requiem sings  In  the words "our particular field."  And rver  the patiTf  come.  And   ever   the   papers   go.  Those iitlio pain.rs born  to  die  When   xxo  have   loved   them   :-.o.  Alwajri   the  unsold   copio.s  Fall "in   th"   fakir'=   bands,  Down  to park row at last thoy go  To   b"   -old   on   harrows   and   stand-..  Horn hast. 'Abuse   nnd   Praise.  I'cntr;'.   Prose   and    Art,  Here  they  are  for  a  penny   a  piece  For sal" on  some  "hiicitster'.s cart!  "Here  for  a   penny apiece!" 0  Sny It  under your breath.  They're all  on   a   common   level now  As   mortals   after   death.  Those   that   had   ���������'come   to  .st;^:.-.���������*  Those  with  "power  to   wield,''  Thc stupid  ,the smart,  the  vapid  lart.  In   Park   Row's   Potior'  Tho  solemn,  the  staid  The   aggressive     that  yield.  Yon   are   all   of   you     dead,   and   i'.'r,  true as you .-aid.  You   "llll   your   particubir   lioli!'"  ���������-Rov  M.   McC.ird������lI.  _J   The trouble with the human .ponge  is that, lie is averse to waler a-s a  nilini,.  "Are you up on modern history?'  ".Vo," replied the pessimist; "I'm  down  on  it."  A woman turns the year substantially as she turns collars nnd culTs;  and thoy look pretty nearly as good  as now.  In many cases, the enorcv that I?  wasted in st.rueKling atrainr.t the inevitable might hnvo prevented it from  becoming inevitable.  Women aro pessimists: men optimists. When a woman fcols blue s;h"  sits down and has' "a good cry."  When a man. gets in the si.rne condition he koos around the corner and  takes r. smile.  i.one  G'.en   Dun,  flowers.  Litie   yo   know  swfCt!  Roses for miles, and redder than ours,  Spring .here  under the hores's feet.  Aney,   an'   the   black   eyed   go'd   sun  sunflowers,  Not  a-,  the glen flowers small  and  sv.-i.et.'  KATES.   551.oo   PER   DAY  Walhers   o'  Moyie,  I  hear   ye  Tor-^Iral f���������-o'���������the-  callin  'world-  Clearer  between.  Antrim  hills  an' the wet rain  fallin"  While ye are nearer than snow tops  keen ���������  Dreams   o'   the  night,   an'   the* night  wind callln'���������  Wh-.it   is  tho    halt    o'    the   world  beivveen?  ���������Moira O'Neill in Blackwoods.  HIS CAPACITY  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  and Lumber  CUT PRICES  FOR S POT CASH  Call aud see us. We can flx you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  The Revelstoke  Herald [semiwcckij]  Has more readers in North  Kootenay than any other-paper;  has more advertisers in Revelstoke than ��������� any other paper;  does more job printing in the  city than any other paper; it's  news ds. more, spicy and up-to-  date; its influence is greater;  its* advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered; its subscription rate is only $2.00 per  ^-^anniim;^it-covers^thc^field^Try-  it and be with the crowd.  Write to  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  ' Revelstoke, B. C.  n  Good accommodation.    A.   good bar  , well su~.>[ilied .with choice winee  liquors and cigars.  Freo Bjis Meets All Trains  Bpown   & Pool  Proprietors.  EUST  ������KB  is  The lawyer tor the prosecution was  crrsto examining tho man who had  been in charge of the tank.  "Your   namo.   I   think  you  said,  Grticnendyke?"  "Yes. sir.''  "You were ono of tbo men omploy-  <:' to take care of the tank In q "os-  tlon, wore you not ".  "Kind  o' no.  "In what capacity?''  Tiie witness struggled a moment  with  the question.  "Capacity?" he said.  reckon, about 25,000 gallons."  ed the witaess.  Bli  the  Feb!:  the   gay.  never   would  DESERVl'D SKNTENCJ-:  Jii'i_re: What is lhe charge again.it  the prisoner?  Oflice.;. Snatching a pocket bjoit  from    ���������   lady's hand.  J'l'li.'.-:       How much did he get  Officer: Three hair pins, shoe  button safety pin, samples of dress  good:--, latch koy, a recipe telling how  to remove frceklcf, and six cents.  .btfl-v:        Thirty  days.���������Norrlntnwn  pei so,  but    \  ..ar ns it may f.^eni.tne rimoolh  in  no'   the  one  v/ho   i.s  rubbed  in   rutin   o'herr.   ilu- right  way.  It  yon  try   i!   a  few   times  you   will  find   Hint   your   Indignation   will   not  always  bear  analysis.  Kusi-el] ;: Sago is a man of few  words hut rich in deeds. In fact ho  has deeds to some of tho bent property in New York city.  A wman who can speak the truth  for truth's sake���������a woman who v.'ll  saciifice her pride rather than sacrifice an honest iiinn who loves her���������ts  the tnosi precious of all treasure*.���������  Wilkie Collins.  T. D. Piekapd  ...HSSJIYER....  Do   You   Cliant   a   Home   in    This"; Growing    mining   and  ������ . '  Railcnay  Centre  9 /  - The C. & K. s'eam Navigation Company hava so:n3 of ;hen  lightiul ].'io~j-~rty in Kevelstoke.    Itis charmingl/   situated,   handy   to  to any portion of the town.    Come and enquire about it at onco.    Easy  terms if necessary. ,  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of the Lardeau and Trout Lake  Pf old. Silver or Lend ._..-. -. -"-  Cupper   Ould ami Sliver   Ould di-Silver .-I'ul Copper   Or.ld. SHvi-r and   Lend   Colli. S H'.-i, Lend and Copper..  .Si.51)  2fln  . 2 on  . 2...II  / :_<>()  4.00  i  Saddle    and      Pack,  always for hire.  lIor.i������$  Freighting   and   Teaming  specialty.  .  Dailv .Staue b'������veu Thomson's   Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  I'or Trout Lake Citv.    Kor particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing"  Prompt Attention to Samples by Mail, I  Cash Must Accompany the Sample.       !  Front St. Revelstoke j  I-  Hotel  fe       ,, Send for a Copy of tb������ Third Annual Edition ^  *    pet'tTpiece's  Plumper's   Pass,  Mayn-������ Island, B.  Mldwuy b_tw������-"ii   V.ineoiiviT .-mil Vid.fnii  Till" In>|.'I l������ i-liiiiled eii mi'' "f tlif iiio.������i  li'.iutiriil iJlnnil-t in tlie Gulf ������f Ui-irirl..  CliniiU'-il' lijditrul: "!'iwl li'inlIiiK mill lisliliiB:  Im.li ii-iiiilfui'l liiillilnit, '  .In-., the I'ticc I" i|i������iid ii lic'ld.iy (iiiriiijLr tin;  )i..t _>ni(iiiicr iiii.-.illi-.  Tlie -n-iui'T li-nvci \ .__idnivi.rWii MoHilny,  ii,iii Sbw \V. .IiiiIihI'-i* en TIiiir.iil_iy.i nnd Snl-  iird.iv...  Mixlur.itc rntc������.   Ap|ily to tin Mnmiprcr.  City ofRevelstoke  W  Complete and i_c  AH About Revelstoke  -M*  rtEVELSTOiCE  y.  IWniicf "������������������-������  mill Oenli  . rl>" !������������������(  .rs in  , nr  ������1.    1'i.ei-i.   Tiirnliif-"*.   r'ulli'.   '"rner I  Hi .i-k-.  M.-nldli.i:" of nil l-ieil". I":iiicy  r.-ilili-aml Venmdnli irerk. n-ncki-ls.  r.f .'verv .'.-"erliitlon   mnde   tn  order.!  M-ire nnil    (Itllce    I"ittiins,   '"Inilow  Frnnii'i. -.villi ������_i������li fitted a ������|,.cmlty.  tin- latest innoliincry.   Drykllii  |iremi������."<.   Hull mnl Het prices before  ici>lnff elsewhere..  SAWYER & MANV NO !  77ic Ciiilcuny In Iht; Wonderfully Itirh J, iti'VCl, iSis'������������������iff. of Xorth  Ktnilrntty tui'l f'anoc Hirer.    The .S :~,-:.",- ?sil' fir Ihe  Hit) lientl. Trout  Liiilr,  Lardeau.  ^'���������.mtrani. Albert Can yon, Jnriltin I'asx a nil Eaijle I'osz.  Jj't.ttr'n't.1.  Jjiiiiiirm Men and, Jinsi-  ii "sft fjoit.itm.   The name, Occupation awl Residence of  JCrery Male Resident  in    the    City.  A  Price,  50 Cents  Abdhf.ss :  _������_?_  t/Zs^ffiffj  R.  P. PETTIPIECE, %  Kevelstoke, B. C. ^  ^F_^.yr-C5S^;^->&5'=_^^ '!.  if  t  They Are  Still  Being   Looked  After   By  Their Friends At Ottawa.  II if  IT  Mackenzie's Competing Line Is Said To Be Rich In Mineral-  Garter Cotton Claims a Majority in B. C.  Ottawa, Sep. 14-���������-It was expected  that at the last session of parliament  the government would suggest an appropriation to compensate Mackonzie  and Mann for their expenditure in  connection  with  thc    Yukon  railway  SHOCKINGLY SUDDEN  DEATH  THE P.  A. &. D.  ROAD  Drumbo, Sept 1-1.���������John Barwlck,  postmaster, died suddenly yesterday  tiCtornoon at the C.P.R. station. The  deceased was upwards of SO years of  age and was in tlie act of speaking  to the C.P.It. agont when he fell on  contract.      A doubt exists      ln  some   t],c  noorj expiring in a few  minutes.  quarters whether thc contractors have i  ^_   any legal claim against   tho   govern- j  ment.     The contract was   subject lo |    the approval of parliament and as Mackenzie claims to Have Another  Mackenzie and  Mann entered  into it Good Thing in Iron Wealth  on that understanding, and as parliament did not ratify the contract some Winnipeg, Sept 11.���������William Mac-  authorities contend that tho whole kenzie the promoter of the new trans-  tliing falls to the ground. There is a continental lino, which he intends to  disposition, however, in ministerial opsrate in opposition to the C.P.U.  circles to recompense Mackenzie and was in the city yesterday accompan-  Mann for their expenditure, but it led by Colonel Sam Hughes of Lind-  has not vet been determined what say and Mayor Marks of Port Arthur-  method to pursue.     An expert govern- ,    Mackenzie  has  been  over  the  Port  ment acountant - ���������- dispatch-   Arthur,  Duluth  &  Western   road  in-  ed up the Stickine as far as Telegraph specting the construction and has  creek with a view to securing the been investigating the subject of iron  amount of tho actual expenditure in- mInes m the district through which  curred. bv the contractors and it is the road wiU run- Mackenzie said  expected that it will shortlv he learn-   to a reporter:  ed bv Mr. Blair whether Mackenzie' "We expect lo have a very good  a"~d Mann shall be offered a certain Ull"S ������' it in the iron wealth o������ that  sum to pet rid of their claim or district. The great scarcity of iron  whether thev shall bo granted a fiat and the abnormal price of steel makes  or have the amount of the componsa- anything in thc way of iron mines  "-i determined      bv the     exchequer ���������vel'*" valuable. The district has never  court.  COTTON IS STEADY  Expects a Majority of Two When the  House Meets.  Vancouver, Sep. 14���������At Rossland  yesterday Hon. F. Carter Cotton, the drawbacks,  virtual premier of British Columbia. '  said that the local house would uot  meet until January 4, when he would  have a majority of two and would  hold on- to that. He said, however,  he would stick to the eight hour law  been developed but there is undoubtedly a great depesit of iron ors  awaiting the industry of the miners.  It will doubtless be developed when  the road goes through. The work  of construction is going ahead as  rapidly as circumstances wil permit.  Thc scarcity of steel and the diffiT  culty   of   getting    men     are   serious  LIBERAL CHOSEN  Stoufvilie,   Sept.   14.���������The - Liberals  of West Ontario selected I.  J.  Godle  for miners and that the government  of Braccbridge, as candidate for    the  at Ottawa will increase tho head tax-  on Chinese next year to S250. as h������  had every reason to believe they intended doing so.  CLARKE WALLACE ENTERTAINED  Vancouver. Sep. 14.���������Clarke Wallace  was entertained last night by the  mayor of Vancouver and the grand  master of the Orange order. He has  been induced to speak on politics  before leaving.  seat   left   vacant-  Speaker  Edgar.  by   the   death   of  YELLOW   JACK  FATAL INJURIES TO  A CHILD  Windsor. Ont. Sep. 14.���������While playing around a obnflre in front of his  home last night the clothing of tha  littlo daughter of X. G. Vanzanda  caught fire and she was so frightfully  burned that she will die.  CHICAGO STRIKE  ORDERED  Owing   to   a   Non-Union   Foundation  Stone .  Chicago, Sept. 14.���������A strike ot all  * the building trades, in .Chicago has  been ordered because the corner  -stone that President McKinley is  scheduled to lay for the new post  office is being cut in Maine by nonunion labor.  Exchange   Courtesies    by    Means   of  -     Wireless Telegraphy  Dover, Sept 14.���������The. British Association for the Advancement of  Science has successfully exchanged  courtesies with , the French association o frthe Advancement of Science  which is now in session at Boulogne,  using wireless telegraphy for that  purpose.  . o   CATHOLIC FORESTERS  Address   Monsignor   Bruchesi     Who  Was Enthusiactically Received.  Winnipeg, Sep. 14.���������The Catholic  Order of Foresters are to be congratulated on the occasion of their open  meeting last' night. There was a  -crowded=attendance.���������--The-mayor-delivered a short address of welcome to  the city to Archbishop Bruchesi, of  Montreal, who had just entered the  .hall with Archbishop Langevin. and  several of the clergy. He spoke for  tbe continuance of the present good  feeling which exists among the people  of all creeds in Winnipeg. He received a most enthusiastic reception  and his remarks were warmly applauded.  Is Holding Its    Own    at    Koy  West  Key West, Sept M.���������Thirty - five  cases of yellow fever have been reported here within the last 24  hours. Of these Hi are adults and the  rest children. __.  This makes a total up to date of  253 cases. * ,   \  SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES  SPARKS FROM THE WIRE  Filippinos have replied to the  U.   S.   offer   of   autonomy.  A severe storm did heavy damage  on   tne   Island   of  Bermuda.  Designer Fife will have full charge  of the Shamrock  In   future.  Senator David Mills is going west  on   a   tour   to   the   coast.  No report on the Dreyfus revision  will be ready until Monday.  Owing to the pope's Illness his  audiences   have   been   suspended.  John Blanchard of the Minneapolis  Times editorial   chair is  dead.  An accident befell the Shamrock's  steel gaff, necessitating a week's de-  lav.  Rothchilds have denied they had  received word that Dreyfus was pardoned.  The Orange Free State is divided  in ils sympathies for the Boers and  British.  Britain has not limited the Transvaal to time in answering the oilicial  note.  Brooklyn has secured a big lead in  tho race for the National League  baseball pennant .  Tlio C. P " has decided to adopt  uniform rules for the movement of all  trains. ,.  The United States consul at Bremen  has resigned as a protest against the  expansion, policy.  The late Cornelius Vanderbilt's remains will be interred Friday on  Staten Island.  Mrs. Gowanlock, who was captured  by Big Bear in the '85 rebellion, has  died at Tiverton, Ontario.  The Catholic Order of Foresters in  Winnipeg welcomed Archbishop Bruchesi, of Montreal, at an open  meeting..  A brakeman was killed and four  passengers injured in a N. and N. W.  railway wreck near Gravenhurst, Ont.  The Oceanic, the largest ship afloat,  crossed the ocean from Queenstown  to Now Y'ork in six days and two  hours.  Nominations to fill the vacancies  were made by the Conservatives in  North Ontario and by the Liberals in  West Ontario.  RACING  IN  ENGLAND  CONSERVATIVE NOMINATION  Beaverton. Ont.. Sep. 14.���������The Conservative convention which was held  here yesterday nofliinated Angus McLeod. "of Bracebrldge. to contest North.  Ontario for the Dominion house.  RAISING  THE   BLOCKADE  Twenty Five Vessels Sail out of  the  Soo  Detroit. Sept. 14.���������About 21 o'clock  last night about 25 boats that had  been held up in the Soo by the sinking of the steamer Houghton passed  down the river almost in a bunch.  This was the only ' time there had  been anything liko a rush since the  lifting~(of  the  blockade.  By  STEAMER   LIBELLED  Second    Class    Passengers  ?50,000.  for  Seattle,     Sept.     14.���������The     steamer  'Cleveland is belibclled for $50,000  by  ���������eight second class passengers who ar-  ���������rlved   on  her    on    Sunday   from   St.  Michael's.     Tho   suit     grows   out   of  trouble which the vessel had between  St. Michael's and Duluth harbor.whcn  by  reason   of  running  short  of   coal  the second class passengers were cm-  ployed   to   break   up     for   fuel   loose  lumber and  superfluous   work  of  the  Yfcssel.   In addition lo wages they are  ���������sueing on account of discomforts and  suffering of voyage in   regard    to nc-  -commodation.  THE RIOT ACT WAS READ  Owen Sound. Ont., Sep. 15.���������The  riot act was read to tho freight handlers on strike and after some disturbance and parleying tho men decided  *to return to work.  London. Sept 15.���������The Transvaal's  reply to tiie last note of the British  secretary of state for the colonies,  Jos. Chamberlain, has been received,  but tho nature of it has not yet been  made puuuC At the colonial office  the reporter of the Associated Press  was informed that nothing will be  riven  out for the present.  The Morning Post in its second  ration prints a despatch from Piet-  ���������naritzburg, the .capital of Natal,  v hich says that the reply is trucu  lent, loquacious, and blasphemous.  ���������CapetO-wn naners take a hopeful view,  of the situation, basing their belief  on the probable acceptance by President Kruger of the franchise measures suggested in Mr. Chamberlain's  Iciest despatch. Even they.admit  mat it is impossible to learn or  foreshadow Professor. Kruger's atti-  tuue towards the suzerainty of Great  Britain, which after all is the main  ipsue.  'jl ue burghers of the Orange - Free  Bi_.e at a mass meeting passed a res-  ciution to stand shoulder to shoulder,  wun the Transvaal in case of hostilities.  _..e New Y'ork Herald publishes th;  following    cable     despatch: The  trength of the expeditionary force  to be sent from England to South  Africa is to be between 30,000  pnd 40,000 men, a large portion of  whom would be employed in protecting the lines of communication and  guarding against isolated attacks  rt'ong the frontier. It is officially announced that the following home regi-  vients have been selected for servics  in South Africa: 1st., royal dragoons,  2nd royal dragoons. 6th dragoons,  fill dragoon guaids, 10th hussars, 12th  lancers, four battalions from the  grenadiers, coldstream and Scots  guards, 2nd foot, 7th foot, 11th foot,  Kth foot, 73rd foot, the black watch.  71st foot, 7Sth foot," 91st foot." 27th  foot. SSth Connaught rangers foot,  :._nd foot 18th foot, 7th foot, 21st  foot, S7th foot, 90th foot, the Cam-  eronians, the 60th rifles and 6Sth  foot.  The news received by Mr. Chamberlain is probably information regarding the nature of the Boer reply,  whether from President Kruger or  merely the British agents, the forecast comes it is impossible to say.Text  cf the reply probably will not ho received for several .days.  Pretoria,, Sept 15.���������The correspondent of the Dally Mail says that when  Mr. Conyngham Greene, the British  diplomatic agent, suggested 4S hours  .ih the period within which the  South African republic's reply was  expected, the Transvaal representative replied, "it your suggestion is  serious a reply will be ready in 48  minutes."  London, Sept 13.���������The American  backers who last year made immense  pro.it, on the wins of Tod Sloan  Iind themselves in a peculiar situation this season owing to the influx of other American jockeys on  tuo English tracks. Reily Grannan,  who it was reported won $200,000 at  : Derby meeting a fortnight ago.  wnen ._ree American jockeys w-on  iu a single day, said in an interview:  ��������� j lie report of my winnings on that  t ccason is untrue. It is simply impossible to get any odds against Sloan  who in one race this week started  i.t 30 to 1 on. With the Reiffs, Martin and Sloan all here the days of  r,ood things have passed. I would bo  f.lad if any one would take up ay  week's losses  for  $1000.  The-hold, racing has on the public  is manifested by the immense crowds  at the .Doncaster September meeting  held last week. The postal authorities leport that no less' than 2000  money orders were paid in three days  and that nearly" 15.000 private telc-  giams were received. It is estimated  i nat $375,000. changed hands at the  meeting  .      '     '   .  A, dead heat -between '.Bishopwood,  on which J.' Reiff had the mount, and  l.'uclc Mac in the race for the Alexandria Plate on Thursday was one of  __e most exciting contests ever seen  on the turf. Bishopwood is a gigantic uorse with a vicious temper, and  lutlo Reiff looked like a mere boy  cn nis back. When the dead heat  was run off Bishopwod got out of  Reii. => control-and it seemed as if the  English jockey on Uncle Mack had  the race well in hand but Reiff,  fighting his ���������ount, forced bim into  the course and with" a terrific spurt,  won a brilliant race.by a length.  Much to Reiff's indignation, after  dismounting, a. well dressed woman  in the paddock seized him and kissed  him  rapturously.  x: FERGUSOjH J&  THE ROSSLAND  OF IHE LARDEAU  ._���������''  Iiardeau  Ferguson  Is the richest  mining district in British  Columbia  Is right    in  the   heart    of   Lardeau's  rchest mines  THE   PHILADELPHIA  SHOW  McKinley Touched  the  Button���������They  Did  the  Rest  Washington, Sept. 15.��������� President  McKinley opened the Philadelphia  export exposition by pressing a key.  at   _% .Islington  MONTREAL POLICE FORCE'  Now is the Time to invest in  fer^uson Real  Estate  And Here are the Reasons Why You  Should Get in on  the  Ground Floor of this Rising Mining Camp  First :  Is in tlie lmart of the mimes and S"  ".itnatid that it will always bo the  outfitting point for all the bit; shipper..  A ^ance at a map of the district will  convince the most skeptical of this  fcicfc.  Second:  The   miner,   and   mine   owners   will  "��������� mako their hiadquarers at Ferguson.  Third:  Next year Ferguson will have two  railways, namely the Lardo Duncan  and the C.P.R. Both lines Have been  surveyed into the town, and the Lardo  Duncan are right now clearing the  land for their new depot and woik-  shops, sideways etc.  Fourth.; /  The Silver Cup,   Sun.-liine,   Netiiu   L,  Tows-er,    fr.ie     Fissuie,   Bad    Shot.  ���������    *   - Bioadview, Old Sanonia, Silver Quenn  .Silver Belt. The  Horn  L?dgo   Group,  Big- Five,   "Wagner,   Abbott,   Holy  Empire.-and.o\hercwell known  , pioperties are  tribuloiy   to  Ferguson  ���������   and are all within a rauius of 10 miles  of the townsite.  ^ioxxi   is   the   Golden    Opportunity  Next summer may be too late to get in at  eTound floor prices.   Advice���������Act prompt-  Ferguson       ...       .       ���������  . ������  Is  absolutely  without a lival intheLar-  ,. deau District,    -  Lots Are Selling Fast���������  Spokane Capitalists are reaching after Ferguson property and expect to pull out with  a handsome return, as experienced by them  in the early days of Kossland.  Why Not You ;  Lois selling now at from $150 to $250���������  Choice Comers.1  All-information can 15^proWred~oir~    ~      '-���������  Places Bought' and Sold aa , In New  York.  Montreal, Sep. 15.���������A veterinary  surgeon has made an affidavit before  the Montreal police committee that  $300 had been paid by him for a position on the force. When" he resigned  he wanted the money returned. In  case he could not make a proposition  by which he would not claim money  if his brother were given a position  on tho force. Therrieu assured him  that it was impossible without a  further payment, but after threat*  Dr. Therrieu refunded him $200.  iM\  CHURCH    DIRECTORY  MhTHOmST OHUKUU - Uc\ul6tolce.  IMeuotiiu^ fler\icun <u It u.in. una i:.M  p.m. t m->n LiifuLinK nl t.-u cIhso of thc  murniiiK Hurviuu. . ut_b.il li coti-.---! -tno Hi but  Ol-Wtt .it y:..j p.iix Wirhi) piu>ut' uiui lint;  rvury ^ citm-biuL) cvoi in* _.t r.^i i* in. Tins  puimo*iro 'v>ntml!y Invited     Hcil* fruti.  KKV. s. J. THuMI'rtUN,   l'lt-mr.  Thos.  R. Davey  Trout Lake City  Notary    Public    .Mining and  Ren!  "       ! " "   listiilo Broker and   Kenur_.l Commis  Church ot England Sunday Services ���������:.���������_, .,,������������������, _i:.,���������D ___...������������������,__,_< ���������_ _���������j  Eight a.m. Holy Communion; u *|on A������f'nt-. >lmes reported on and  meeting, litany and sermon, (Holy '���������^Umutes Ktven for work. Latest re-  Eucharist, llrst Sunday in the month): liable infoi million as lo claims work  2:30 Sunday school, or childrens'i ing nnd for .ule in the district. Oood  tervice; 7:30 evensong (choral) "ml Poo-hm. buid ew -Write or nil  ���������erraon. Holy     Days���������The     Holy I roo-l,CBl!' 11UU *-ls> ���������    write or call.  Eucharist is celebrated at 7 a.m. or Si  a.m.    aa     announced.     Fridays���������7-an I  Evensong,  with      spiritual      reading, j  Holy Baptism is administered usually  a.'tar Sunday school at 3:15.  E. C. PAGET, D. D���������  Vicar.  PKKrtUYTEIUAN CHUKCH���������Reyelsto"*".  Service i'vi>r> Suodny hi II n.in mid 7M  p.m Blb'o CIibs nt 2:30 p.m., tn wliich  i*Il aro wt'lcontc. Prayer tweeting &i h p.m.  ovory Wodnoiiaiiy.  KEV. T. MKXZIBS. P.stnr.  ROMAN   UATHOI-iIU   CHUROH ���������Hovel-  Rti,kf).     Jinan   llrnt null third Sundays lu  month at. 1(1:50 n.ni.  KKV. . ATHKR THAYEK.  e AtiVVflOi"-' AKMY���������M-mlnm every night  *���������-}   in llio'r hull o<i From Sire ���������(  Loyal Orange   Lodge. Ko. 1658.  I.'i'iriilnr in('('titiir������ in-c h.'lil In tlio  ij.lilfi'llnH't Hull on ilirtliiril l-'rlil.iv  iifo.ii'li monlli :ii ;.:ni p. in. VMiliis  leu In.'Hir. n I'oriliiill- hivliuil  HS- W. ts. Hlriicv. "W.M.: II. 1'. IVttl-  iili'i'P, lice. S.; E A. Kcitl-ion flu. Sec : Tlio*.  Steed, 'l'l-ensurer.  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.C.F.. N0.3451.  MciM . Iii tin Odd  felio'A"',. Mull on tni'  _nd 111111 tlii Fritl-iy* of  cm-Ii inoiiih. Vi-iihiK  bi-uihrun invited to  allonti.  B. H. Cum. hell,   ]_. D. J  C. .lolin.on  Clnet Hanger. Hoc-Sec.  f|eve!stol\6  Hospital  Mnternity Room ui connection.  Vaccine    kept     011    hand.  Undertaking- and Embalm.n.?  R. Howson & Co.,  MACK EX/IK   AVK.  .li'ctul! Dealers In Furniture.  -rs.   McKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants i  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymaq.  Draying and delivery work a specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  notice.      Contracts for jobbing taken.  HEVELSTOKJE  ipi WORKS..  Blncksmithinsr* Jobbixus  Plumbing. ViPe Fitting:  Tinsmi thins* H  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Miniqg Work a Specialty���������______  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke   Station.  application to  St. Leon  Hot  prings  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Well Known for Their  Health Giving Properties.  Both Hotels Open       ;  The Arrow Lukes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily  A Conveyance is "run in connection with the Steamers  and the Springs.  _  Good      Accommodation both  at   the   Springs   and  the Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free.        Rates  '"        "$1.25" per dayr"*'"        '"""  "  '"���������     "���������,r r'"  F, BUKER, Local Agent,  FERGUSOSTTOWNSITE.  PARDON FOR DREYFUS  DEWEY'S HOME COMING  in  A Grand Naval Parade   Arranged  His Honor.  New York, Sep. 15.���������Admiral Dewey  is expected to arrive here on. Thursday-  September 28th. He may he welcomed  by the president ol the United States,  and if not, hy Mayor Van "Wyck. A  great naval parade is arranged for  Friday -with. Dewey in command of  the squadron. The ships will leave  their anchorage and steam up the  North river.  THE HOLY YEAR  LORD WATSON DEAD  London. Sep. 15.���������Baron Watson,  Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, died on  Thursday night In his 71st year.  The Pope Will Not   Grant   Separate  Audiences to Pilgrims.  Rome, Sep. 15.���������An     official     note  announces that the pope will bo unable to  grant  separate audiences to  pilgrims  expected  to  como  to  Rome  during the holy year as lie is anxious  not to deprive them of the benefits of  the apostolic   benediction. ,   He   wilt  follow the examples of his predecea-  ?ors  in  similar   circumstances      and  prenounce the solemn benediction in  the Court of Belvedere, or else where  as may be convenient.     The arrangement comes  into force forthwith.  It  is supposed that the decision is due to  the advice of His Holiness' physicians.  Cardinal Rampolla, the papal secretary of state, will  again desire   that  the pope shall not speak publicly on  the Dreyfus aSalr.  Queen ��������� Victoria   Asked   to   Intervene  in   His   Behalf  New York, Sept IS.���������By a despatch  today it is rumored that a pardon  has been given to Dreyfus, but it is  being kept secret until he can be  smuggled  out ot  the .country ' -  Queen Victoria, who is at llallater,  Is said to be receiving a. great number of telegrams begging her to  lilead with President Loubet for Dreyfus pardon It Is known mat  the news of the Rennes verdict grcat-  Iv affected the queen, who followed  the proceedings with attentive interest.  He  is Closely  Guarded  ���������' Rennes, Sept. 15��������� Captain Dreyfus  continues in good spirits. His health  is fairly satisfactory, although intestinal trouble still clings to him.  Madame Dreyfus yesterday visited  lcr husband and came away looking  cheerful.  He is under the same discipline  as previous to his trial. He is allowed daily exercise in the prison yard.  A canvas screen now stretches across  the window to prevent him from  hemg seen from the adjacent houses  and to prevent photographers from  geic.ng snap shots. A guard of 40  soldiers stands beneath his window  pnd sentries with loaded rifles and j  l.-icd bayonets are stationed on the |  wall overlooking the second court]  yard where he takes his exorcise.      j  How To Manage It?  London, Sep. 15.���������The Paris corres-  pondeat of the Daily Telegraph says  it is certain that Captain Dreyfus will  be liberated. The only question to  be settled is onc of ways and means.  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  and Soo Line.  ,-   BROWN,  Proprietor.  Days    Acrcss    thc    Continent  by  thc  "IMPERIAL LIMITED"  The fastest and best equipped  train crossing tbe continent.  Trains leaving tlie Pacific Coast.  TUESDAYS, THULSDAYS and  SATURDAYS connect at Fort  William with the palatini lake  steamers "Manit<_ba,"Aib.ita" and  ���������A'.lsabapca" across the great lakes  J, D. Sibbald  - ' ...-.��������� L  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT      a  McKenzie Ave,  F. JMJIRX?  Por    information,   time  ninps and tickets apply to  ���������cards-.  T. W. BRADSHAW.  ARenr. HcvrNiiike.  .Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in   PRI.ME BEEF, PORK  .MDTT0.N JUiD SJllDSJIGE  E. J  Cc.vi.B. A~..G,-���������. .Passen^r  g������h   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Eevelstoke  Agent, Vancouver, B. C i Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson ;TO?^'!?^^Ar''ra^^JP^^'i^^  Don't Send Away  for your ���������  Photographic  Goods.  When   yon  om  pet   everything you wunt nt  . u>tern prices in thu  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD.  ������V-M>~il  order?  imiiH-illiilely  attended   to.  (���������HAS. II. McIiOXAI.I), Mniitipar.  McKXNZIK   AVE.,   UK VKI.STOKE   STATION.  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  if- nifrii, &r-&  &   #CUUffcjy  Vfi/ <& foitsd/ <md~ &  \s  s*  '$&,��������� 4~e4j- 'feks'tos Ccftxu������t%/f  66  Am^JMnUloAfyA  CU _!_ W.v.etW-,  . _, ."'MS  7  3. y\. Kellie. M. P. P.. I'-il, on Tuesday morning on t visit to JMnnli-enl.  County Court opened here tlii.-  inornini; nt .10 o'clock under .ludgi  Forin.  B. K. Drew, citpt-iin and owner of  the Empress sU'iuiht of Arrowlieud,  wns in town Hiitnrdiiy.  Mrs. II. A. Brown cuine up from  lliilcyon on Sutiiiiliiy iiiul went down  nijnin yestcrdiiy.iiioi'iiiii"?.  W. Tl. Ttuid, di' Bourne Bros., iv-  tiirni',1 from a conpli*. of dnys duck  sliniitiiii; ut SiriitiioiiK yi'sterdiiy iiuirii-  ing.  A. Allan, a prominent resident nf  Ciiljiiiry,. who l-.us lieeii on a trip  tliroucli llie Liiidi'iiu.wps in town  yesU'idiiy.  Menilieis of the council of the lioiird  nf triide .-iri' reminik'd   that tomorrow  .nighl is the ri'Ktilur niglit of inei'tiii};.  There    have  now   three    Thursdays  '..without a quorum.  The   fare   from   Revelsloke   to  the  Cnlpiiry   I ml u.st rial   Exhibition    held  September 27th and 2Sth will he  S7.7.**  ���������"{jnod'lb jj-o   on   the 20th   or 27tli and  vetiirn on the 29th.  ., \V. B. Pool, J. .1. Young "nil: Lou  Thninp>oii. thc found, r of Circle City,  came in from the.Liirdeau on Monday.  JMessrs. Pool and Yuuhk lel't for C _1-  ; Rary. next inoriiiiig.  After Oetolier 1st, the local liatiUs,  following the iisinil rule of such 'institutions in this prnvinci", will close  every Suturdiiy at 12, noon, instead of  ���������nt one o'clock as at present.  ���������Tickets will he sold at, Revelstoke  station for the New Westminster  exhibition, which is to. lie held Oct.  3-0. from Oct. 1 to 1 inclusive, good to  return not after Oct. 0 nl, $111.55 for  the round trip���������Sept. 20���������Oct. A.  John Sanderson cnnio inlotown nn  Saturday from the Ground ling basin,  Hig Bend, where he hns lieen doing  assessment on the Krlisloh properties  since July. He snys lie lias never  known the Big Bend so dull ns it is  this yenr.  Preparations were being mnde hy  Iiy the Orange lodge here to lender  llmi. Clarke "Wulliici" a reception on  his way home.lint the secretary has received a teli'gi-.itn from him expressing  regret that, his business nrrniigein. nls  will prevent hiin nccepling the lodge's  invitation.  Mr. Jump. Henderson, ivlin hns the  contract for the removal of the Court  House frniii Donald to Gold, n informs  ns that the building 1ms been torn  down and will lie ready to move next  wi-ek. The furniture and iixtiues  have been brought to Golden this  wt-ek.���������Era.  ���������I?."'L. -McNamniii and Mrs. McNa-  innrn. of Edmonton, weie in Ri-vol-  -toke on Sntiird.-iy. Mr. JMcNiiiiiarn,  who is a prominent member of the  Edmonton bar, gave the IIkii.vi.d a  glowing report of pi ogress in tlie  cnpit.il of Xoiili Allieita nud savs tlio  crop this veiir will he limgiiilici'iit.  The annual harvest festival at St.  Peter's chnn-li will be observed next  Sunday, Ucv. 11. Fii-nni's Clinton  having consented lo be here and' take  tiie services, whii-li will consist nf  celebration of the Holy Eucharist at S  a.m.. Morning Prayer nud sccimd  celebration at, 11 a. in.. Evensong at  77Sfrp."7TT_ OITefings of~fl"o'wt'i;sr"fruiif  grain and .-i.-si.-tance will be received  at the church'nn Satiudny.  THE CENTRE STAR SOLD  Kor a Good Figure to a West Superior  Capitalist.  The Centre Star, u. claim on the  f'liiui'.is llnrn ledge, located eight  miles from Ferguson up the north fork  of Iiii nl ea n river, was sold on Viitl.-iy  Inst In Attorney Crownluudt of West  Superior, Wis., for ti good substantial  cusli figure. Mr. Crownlinrilt wns in  llie Iiiudi'iui n few weeks ngo looking  over several properties with n. view In  investment. The Centre Star bus  I'xcidk'iil, showings aiul promises to  (U'vclnp into a line prnpi'rty. Work  will commence on the clui-n ut once.  CORRESPONDENCE.  To the ICditor of tlio lU'.iiAi.n.  Sill:    1 linve. In crnvi; iniliilgenee for  spnee in yiuir columns In ruler to what  purports to be a reply to niy  letter  in  your   issue,   nf   this' 13tli   inst.       Tin:  "writer"  of  this  alleged  reply,  .'I. A.  Slniie, evidently tries In be  funny nr  sarcastic  but,   ns   anyone who reads  will   find,   only   succeeds   in .milking  himself ridiculous  when  he  poses as  apologist for civic oHii'inls  who  were,  to say the least nf it.  discourteous to  the undersigned.     The object of  my  letter wns In call  public allentinn  to  tbe neglect (if certain  civic nflicinls lo  perforin   a specific   duty as provided  fur in ii bylaw.    Mr. Stone wns named  iis one (if llie olTi'iiders against, the law  in quest inn,  but,   since   then   lie   has  complied with its  provisions,   and   no  sooner is this dune than  be gets into  print   with  a   cniiiinimication  of  the  "siiiiirt-nlec"   kind  .wherein'   lie only  di'iiiotislrales   huw  ridiculous n  man  may  become  by  interfering  in  what  does    not     concern    him,    lie   is  no  lunger an olTi.ider in the mul ter complained   of; well   nnd  good,   that  disposes nl'him.    Then   does   he  hold   n  brief I'm- the nther olTehders or has he  been i-oiiunissinned  by  the  police  de-  pnrlmeiiti' else why his  leiter  which,  by   the   way.   1   think,   should  liave  iippenred in the M]-.ii.\l,l"J  instead  nf n  paper   which,   nu   u   former occasion,  refused ine. admission  lo  its  columns  been use   I   would   not  eliminate  the  naiiii.' of its friends from my roiniiiiini-  cnl.inn.    But, Mr.   Stone,   hotelkeeper,  as lhe mouthpiece of and an apologist  for I be chief of police  is  loo   funny  u  Hun re   In     lie     soriniisly   considered.  There may be method in   his   mildness  though,     p'.oliably   he   learned   those  li-ieks  nf  llie   trade   at,  Westminster  where be   lenined   how  nnt   In   write  leltt-'is.      Rul, sir. so far from my kick  heiii'j. wasted, as he  says,   he   for  one  bas bad tn tne   the   maik   unci  1   hope  his good friend the. chief  will see lo it  thnt'iitlier Mmilar  nll'i'iiders  dn   like  wine or stiller the consequences.  V. H. Phtkhsox.  Revelstoke, Sept. IS. ISO!).  The Roseberry Mine.  (Continued Irom paRe 1.)  being curried on actively. Preparations nn; being mndo for pushing the  work during the winter months and  supplies fnr this purposo (ire already  being sent in.  SA'I'.IPUUIIY CLAIM.  Work is alsn t-i bu stinted on the  Salisbury claim, where the cnnipnny  h"pi! In show up largo ore bodies.  Here tlie ore is found in a dinrite  dyke similar to those of 'the Rossland  ciimp and the surface showing is veiy  large. Elijah Mc Mean will hnve  charge of the work nt, the Salisbury.  Taking it ns a whole the work doiie  on the property lins been .carefully  planned and successfully carried' nnt.  The enterprise of the "shareholders,  mostly local men, has been rewarded  hy the very 'gratifying proofs nf the  permanency, of the ore bodies n'Tonled  by tho work ns far ns it bus gone. The  management' of the mine hiis beiiii  careful to make every dollar spent tell  and tn spend every dollar where,.it  would tell and not on side issues. The  present prospects nre that they have  n mine on the Rosebery, which will  very shortly bo drawing as much  allentinn to the Carnes creek camp as  ever thu Lerni nnd War Eagle did to  Rossland and lhe surface showings nn  their other properties nre quite ns  encouraging ns those fiimid at first on  the Rnsebery. It looks ns if they  owned a great property and are. thu  pioneers of the great camp.  m LEADING STORE"  No IIlusteii, No 1'uss, Just Husinkss, That's ai.l.  ..VANTEB..  a  More room for our Fall and winter goods, nnd in |  order to get this room we are offering wonderful  Bargains in all Departments.  3������SXiXsXSSXS������������5XS  In Blankets Ave can give you some very special  prices. We have them iYoni $1.00 to $12.00 per  pair. To those wishing to secure Blankets nt our  reduced rates, and who consider the senson not  sufficiently advanced to need them iit present, we  extend the privilege of paying a small deposit and  we will lay them nside until needed,  ������mc* FiSD kn\& UoBVteo" i>^������@ik  ������  %k������i<  The Taylor Block,  S������������������������������  ���������9  McKenzie  Avenue.  NOTICE.  Application for Timber License  'Kotlno Is hereby (dvon Unit thirty ilnj-K niter  (lute I liitenil applying to thu Chief Commissioner of l.iincls nnd Works for n license tu cut  (ind curry nwny llinher from lho following  described liuids sltutueil nn I.nrdeiui creel.-,  near thu town of Kermison, dlstriet of Wost  Kootenny. Coitimenclnt; nt n post plumed nl  this .southwest vornor of lhu townsltu of l~i.r(;ii-  son on tho south or lelt bunk of I.urdoiui crook  thorn!.! ruiiiiiiiK south K0 uhnins, theiieu oust  12S ������li_iiim, llienee north SO c.hiilns, lliunco  west PJ,-. chains to point of ('0111111011001110111,  oontiilnlng 11)00 neres more or loss.  ANDUEW KKUGU80N.  Koritiison, II.O., August 18,1HW.  ~M1NKKAI_ ACT I8H0.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Wavhiu.ky "   Mliiornl  elnlni   sltunto on  the  llevelstoke   Division  ol   West  l-ootonnv.  Whero loomed:   I'owniu Creek.  TAKE NOTICE Hint I, Thomiis (Irnliiini, ns  Anent for the .Wnverluv Mine l.liiiiii.d,(forol|-iD  Freo Minor's CorlilleiUe No. II.  IlRill.  I11I0111I  sixty dnys from (he dntohoreor. to niiply.to tho  MlnliiK Itoeonli'r for n Cortlllonlo ol  linprove-  mi'iits for Iho purpose of obtnlniii),'n Crown  llrimt of thu nbove iiliilm.  And further tnko notice thnt notion under  section :i" must be commenced beforu tlm issn-  inico nf sueh Uurtlflnntu of Inipniveiiicnts.  llnted this lfilh ilny of Auiiiisl, IKllll.  THOMAS (IIIAUAM,   .  Meets llrst, nnd third Tiicsilny in ovory month  in thu Oddfellows' hull. Visiting brethren Invited.  II. VAIINES, CT. K. I'. TAYLOK,  .Seorotnry. President.  SELKIRK LODGE NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  ^.*i^w-_. Meets    every    .Snlurdiiy  /c*^l!>TT������i5>k_   evening   in   Oddfellows'  Wtl V^'yr^^.  Hullnlfi o'eloek.     Visil-  ' ^i^^cS^sV^ IiiK   brethren    corilliilly  v-<"-  ���������^,.������ji.(J33Sl*' iuvlled to iittond,  ,f. MATIIIE Secrutury. .1.1'AI.MKK, N. fi.  Conservatives! Attention!  A spccinlgenoral ineetliigbf llio llevelstoke  T.ibernl lOonserviitive Assoeiation-. will be hold  nt the oflice of .1. I). Sibbnld.on Snturdny the  2Hrd inst, ats p. 10., when important business  will be dealt with. :"   -     "������������������'���������:". -r:  UnUri, JOIINVD. 'SIBBALD.''.-  "*"* *���������  To-Day's Announcements.  ���������Baltimore Oysters nt Woodrow's.  --C. N. Corrigan. D.D.S.. will lie in  Hevelsloke on Oct. Srd. and will he  found for.'ten' days nr two weeks iit. his  dental sm gery over the Canada Drug  & Book Co.'s store. td  I ADIES' pMPORIUM  BIRTHS.  Roiiinson���������At Revelstoke, Monday,  September lSlli, to Mr. and Mrs. F.  Robinson a son.  FOR SALE AT A'SACRIFICE.  ������������������. Isingle iron bed.,.'.;.-���������;-���������;.:;-..,! y..s :.'V,:.:.yV-??'VV;V;?  V .2 doublo iron bods, -..y-.v?: r.r?.7r :??:V-:.?y:?.:?yy-V  " ::i mattrnsses for suinu?;. .VV-'?..-^'.,,,��������� ���������*..*.'_*.,?,.':?.?. *  ."."���������1 dresser and V.wiishVstnnd,?? ..wy:>yy y *.y; v  ; l'lircliase.i from I". Howson last spring; just  as wlieii new.VV Jlustbe sold at oiioe., Apply, at  tlio'HKKALD.',..":. cV ;?.,-;;..y.:;/.y.;.-;y:yy...-,;.;y  Ro=.-liind will send 11 large collection  of oie specimens tn tne world's exposition at Paris. The miners at other  places in British Columbia will ^hip  their specimens direct to Ottawa,  where llie Canadian exhibit will be  made np. The Rossland mines will  lie repre.-i'nted by ore specimens from  ."hj '.{'.idiiitf mining properties, which  ..will. .iifYcr'd visitors to thi! big fair u  ~~ very fair idea of the different varieties  of ore piodiiceil by lhal bustling,  hurtling inining camp.���������Western.Mining World.  ���������The C.P.R. bus triven out fur publication tlle following list of return  iaiet- to tin: New Wo-1minster Inhibition: Kninleoji-, 0:75: Shuswap.  10:70: Salmon Arm, 11:70: Sic-unous,  12:2.".: Cl.iiiwilli.-iiii. 13.JO: Rfvelslnke,  i;j:.*w: Illciilli'wai't. 11:������0: Glacier. 14:00;  "Heaver -Mont b. 15:0!): Donald. l.rj:f'5:  (ioldeii. 10:1.1: Palli.���������r. lfi:.������-"i: Field,  17:15. Agents iiiiiu Revelstoke to  Sic.iiiioiis ni.d S. it O. branch ,sell  Ocloiier 1-4 inclusive, return not gond  ,-iftPi- Oi-tolii'i-!). Agents Salmon Arm  to ICnmlnops .sell October 2 ,j inclusive,  letiirii not good after October 8.  The work of clearing the cemetery,  li.i- inaili- consiilei-ablt! pi ogress. The  w.i kit-.-.; ,i.-ii t y have t aken care to pi c.  si'i-ve t|-.e s'.i.-idi.' trees, while clearing  oif the stuiiips. . fallen timber and  underbrush. If the cleared spate wns  ���������.own with grass or clover seed Ibis (  f.dl it would add considerably to the  appearance of the cemetery next, summer.     Tbe    road,  which bisects   the  ground  is  to  be  carried down to the  ,1  canyon wagon load and the entrance  will be made at, that side of tho cemetery. If il little patching up was to be  done on tlie wagon road itself in one  or two bud places it would greatly add  to the seeinliness of funerals. To see  the hearse jolting and crashing over a  rough uneven road is distressing to all  present.  Features of the Spokane Fair.  Already quite a number of special  days have been chosen by iliflVri'nt.  iiig.ini-.'.ations for the Spokane Industrial F.xpiisition in October. The dilf-  erent secret societies are making a  gieat cHorl tn ouli'o each other in  grand, remarkable and amusing features for their parades " and their  exercises in the exposition Iniildiiur.  The special davs already chosen are  as follow-: ,      -   .  Tuesday October 3. opening dav'.  Missjeini G.ldie Amos of Whitman  cininl v. Goddess of Plenty.  Friiiav October (i Red Men's- dav.  Pncahonlus. Miss Flossie Terrell, the  Spokane beauty.  Saturday, October 7. pre"*"* dav.   Wednesday October II. Klks dav.  Thursday. "OctolW 12^Wtrodmen^of-  tlv World.  Ftidav. October 13, Odd Fellows*  Satuiday. October 14. United Commercial Travelers- day.  Monday, October 10. Ragles day.  'fUUUUUU'^P^^P^MUUuUUf  'V.I, 'AvinVPri'ce.v'bt.'ilib-.cii'iccii'syirole'i.'-.rioiiiii-'  plix,ll.C.viiiiend.at :.'tlie'.,'.ri'e'xi'r:sitlliiiript':tlio  Hoard of' License.. CJoinmissioiiors,-.to mnko  application.-fnr trnnsfur of lioenso to Wv.'ll.  Moore, C.-mapllx, ll.O.j' V- v. .::.,..,  .,.,:"-���������;��������� .���������*?.'��������� .?.",,y:: ;*..:������������������;.* ;���������_. ?y:.;..,;; WM'RICE:!:,  :'Vc6inaplix,?H.c;, Soptvi2tli.?lSC9.7;."i���������;��������� 7  1-*-^  Tniiin 'Stiiekt, Ckntiie.  Opposite Cowan lilouk.  A full assortment of all the latest  novelties in fancy goods just opened,���������Ladies' hygeian underwear,  special line of combination childrens' togues, tams and napoleons,  UJoyStnniping dono to order.  . K. Law^son.  Telephone 36.  P.O. Box 86.  avag  e  Dealers in..  : Sceqnd?Strcet  UU.UUU^FOR::sApK.uU'UUfU:':  "For sale.; half price, ailtlic lumber,'varnished  .wood, doors,windows, ilooring.sliingled roofs;  oti'., (*ont.ain''(l "in ' largo ,. hon.*.!! at ,-.:Doiiaiil.-  .Triiiisportftlion to Kevelstoke provided)- A poly  to .i.M. Scoit, Hnrristor, llevelstoku.V:1'?   70-tf  FOR SALE OR RENT.  A 7-roomed limine on Third Firect. Imth,  pelliir. elcPtrfc Mclitctl, panirya clo^t-, etc., nt  ?lf������ por month.   Saly price 'upon h\>plication.  Aliio ������i -t-roomoil houKC*m'oilt������rii conveniences,  at $r.������.50 t\ month.   Applv to  09.71 J. KEIIXAGHAX.  TO    LET.  AVell furnished room to rent.   (bath.I   Apply  to MltS. JAME--  I.YTTI.E.  C5.76 Second blreet, ea^t.  onograp  s-i-otoo-  :^?:vM"'Farm^Prqdiicej*"3:.r?;;i  v UU Fruits' vvy-"-?"??: u UrffU  7[UUFisfoUUUUUUUUU  UU'rF.O^SfrUUUUUUr'U  ";:��������� vGame;in Season;'; ;y  ?rfesli?.siipply of.Ilsii.every morning.?  .'^I,at'.'us;-'qiiotb.ybti''prIi''cs;:,i?.:?.i.?-.  ��������� ������������������������������������'��������� '-r������111 vour win ler's: supply :"���������"���������'���������"  ?,: ���������[ vegenililes.^YoiiVwill :y  save" lnoiii'v   and ?get: a '     .*'.  .:;:   bettei qnuli'ty 01 produce.?    r  Guy Barber,  Watchmaker  and  Jeweller-^���������^  C. 1\ lt.  Watch Ixri-kctdii.  Watches  . Clocks and Rings  BEST IX THU WOULD  ���������All repair work guaranteed.   '  NOTICE.  Take notice that (ill days after dale I Intend  lo iipidy to llie Chief, Commissioner of Lands  and Works for*permIssion lu pnrchace IC.11  acres of land ' situate In tho West. Koolenay  District and on lho Liirdeau lllvor ami marked  out and described us follows: Mcglnnlng  at Dave Ferguson's North Knsl Corner whicli  post. Is .marked ".I.,I. Young's Norlh West  liornor" ; thence soulli III chains, thence east  ���������ll) chains, tlicnee north '111 chains, tlience wcs.  ���������ll) chains 10 the point of (!iiniiiieiicomi.>nl.  J..I. YOl'Nii,  Aligns! Ilh, IS!)!).. bv his agent.  r.'.'-SO \V. II. Pool.  ������JAS.   I.   WOODROW  "BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season   All orders promptly "lllcd.  ^^I,^lfe:?RBYBig^0KB,vB._i.  THOMAS O'BRIEN,  Solicitor,' Notary Public.  Conveyancer.  Olllco In Upper Columbia Navigation  and Tramway Company's  lluililing.  GOLDEN, B. C.  ROOMS TO LET.  ui������!..i...^-iiimim?njc^������ammmm..������.^i.,u..i.-������^^  *     McKenzie Ave.   REVELSTOKE.  ���������f-'f'T''I'-T'':I":--I'-i''I'-I-'i'^-T'-I'v-T-'I'';I"I"I"i"I"T"T"f  Careful attention.  Prompt delivery.  1   FIRE.INSURAI.CE>.   All'.classes nf insurable.eoveroil  iu fair and equitable rates.  LIFE INSURANCE  |v  'V  . .         ->-V^-vO-'  . I'olicies���������non-forfeittihle,  pnar-  , mi tee*, values, cash loan ''values,.'  throughout the history of,the;  policy.  MONEY TO LOAN  on good business or residential   ft  propertv.      " .>  Oo^te.,.   FAYETTE BUKER,  k  x>  Standard.  Supplies are being shipped in to the  Standard as fast as pack.trains can be  got to take them in. Kigbt, or ten  men will be sent into, work at once,  who will be residents of Revelstoke.  j The mine will pny the scale of  wages.  A Laundry Surprise.  It. may be a surprise to many of tl-.e  citizens" of Revelsloke to know that  there i- it modern steuin laundry plant  in the city worth $2-7)0 and capable of  tin ning out .is grind" woik ,i������ any in  tin- prnvinci'.  This 11 n enterprise that, should have. I  tbe pat i.'ii.ige t.f all the people of  K-.-vi-I-loki.' beC'iiusc we believe n'li.-t  people like clean clothes (not. fumigated wilh opium, etc.) and -linuld  appreciate and suppoit a chance to  secure lbe same.  This enterprise has been laken over  by Messrs. Buker and Alliiin. Wo. are  securing the survii es.of a t.lioroiigbly  eilicient laiindiy man���������mil. who knows  bis business, and we lespect fully  solicit the pati-image, of the people.  nt*Ki-:rt&Af,r.u_.  Over 100  Records to Choose From.  Thii Phonogntj-h ;s ciep-ror. louder, ami 1.-������  linni. in B-t .o*.t of order -,'ntirt aitnv hi_r!i.-.-  pneed rnftcliin.'. A^ a. flrci.oc utiti-rthii.cr  during wet 'old "venineMb- plibr-onriph c������n-  not X,-- s-irpKvvp.i. AH -.he inn���������1 v.nc.������, band  piece5, iii-t-oiiienia! ^oios m������(1ieys. comic  rci'ltmloiis. ������ic., ui heard in N'-w York. 1 cn-  don and lvru-.  CHAS. J. AMAN.  Preser-i-pt-i-o-ns-  "JvW"   H ~~������������r dearest'friend on eartli Is  f-^frnt  YJr'Sr.  .-.erionsly ill, you want to be absolutely sure, that the prescription  for him orV her is accurctcly.coin-  poanded and Pure Drugs .used.  Wc assure you ?of' this:when, .ive  eom pound .your: prescription.  iWill?con vince'^'qu  vv?v?;:?7':r A*long test will .crithiise?yo.i_yy'?yy;y ���������  Try'us���������ye people - who' arc sick and'.weary ol.  '-'liiind-me-do\vii ''. clot lies.*? ?\V by ?':','.llecu use,  we enn'l'lT,vou.-:rit prices, qiuility considered,  wliieli are by far.the .cheapest,.in lhe long run.  v. Hlias lioen.sai(i,that it.takes a" rich loan-to  dniw.a ('hecki.a bor.se tii;draw a carl, "a pretty  girl to dra\ .ation 1 iony a toper to draw a-cork,  a freolunch to draw a crowd, and good clothes:  to command dignitv,' wear ondisatisfaelioii^^^  :Try.i;:":.- -7':-<y y ?:*!���������.���������'.���������*��������� y'--":;'-"."Syy ..;y'':y?:V.:?yv?:?  lvivaiK'S.:;PSlsGttg:  V;i'??:_y?y.'??      v?:.::yv:?0-:. ?:.:?V-JlKK(:llAN*r?*l"AIIXin?  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  I'oyal School of Mines, London,    Seven years  nl   Moi'fa  Works,  Swansea.    17   yours  cliiot  Chemist   to Wigan Coal and   Iron Co.,   ICng.  Lute I'bemist and Assayer, llall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined anil reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  Miss Steele  Teacher of Music, Latin, Trench, Pencil  Drawing. Luiiilseitpound Figure in blue..- mul  colored crayons, OII and Waler Color on canvass, silk, satin, etc. Uvoulng classes in Knglish branches and mathematics. Simile,  Smith Block.  4"l-'l"i"l'.'M."l"i"H"t'H_"t'l"l"i"t'l"i"M-'i"iM'  * ������  % CITY SCAVENGER^, ������  * fr  -ji                     AU Orders Promptly ���������)���������  j" Atteiidcd To  *  t       JAS. C. HUTCHISON.?  * *���������  i|_t^i^^^^.i^i^i^-^".^i^t^-^t^>|j^'^^'^-^  FROMEY & CLAIR',  .... Contractors ....  HRICK, STONE and lM.ASTEUIXfl.  'KXC!AVATINO, SliWl'.HAUK,  S'I'ISKKT CKADINC.  Contracts 'I'aken.  Security given as called for.  ���������Material furnished if necessary.  Hardware and Tinsmithing.  To ini-ure pence of initid as regards safety of your.sloves, got our  experience in putting; your stoves up properly. ,. /. AVe: novcrune  patent pipe; we never rejoin mend theni, as: they are.not-safe.  lit; l* our own tnake-()f^ stove: pipes; nil;: ri vetted, aud the same  price as the -unsafe'kiml.''vijE8jP*.\\*e,'are daily exjieetin^ a carload.  01.healing stoves; .all of Gunuty's hest makes..;- It .will pay .you  To wait ami inspect our stock, v. We .^et all stoves : up free, and ;  lenve them in ijnotf'working order.; CJ8F~Y)oi\'t forget 'about that,  furnace you.need for This whuer.  ;,;: ;���������   /;    , V;- -U' ^ :������������������/ _ ^Vf* *''  _j.^^*p>P!i>.ifv,*t^,gTinra*^ri'in"-l<iqil_V?^^  W. M. Lawrence.  KBJJLUJ  iRepainsig t  1 - Watehe  .L  .f. Thai's onr Speciallv.    V.'c also carry a  Ji line of Winches, Silverware. Cold and  4> Silver Novelties; all kinds of Jewelry.  ! S.M. ALLUM, 1  The Leading  Watch maker and Jeweler.  4������.?First Street, next door.to VllEiiAi.ii ollice.  ^.^..j.^..f.^.fcj*^.fcj.^*^*^j.^..f..'{. ~f.^������^.^.^.^.^.^..j..l..j.  LcslWeEorget  SP011TSMEX I The shooting season beins  close at hand TlAititY. W.,I_mvAi.os. be������s to  thank his patrons for past favors, nntl also  'respeotfully call the attention of the pub-  lie far and near to his business advertisement.  FIELD ���������& BEWS  Iiru=ci������ts 11111I Slntinii'-Ts.  -:j -  Quaker Vapor Baths  $r.oo  Tho^o llftili*-" !iftv<* thp ������nmo bcn'-ficinl .������ffcr't n������  Riiv Turkish liiith. with the 'n<!������Jitiont_!'n������.lvan-  ti-Krt of bciriK 'more convcnh'ut and infinitely  chi'iipcro    The  J'.c.'h   Cabirift,  wilh  'irdinary  care will last for yoars,    It is;an nbscthitc horn**  n������'ne*MTy,  wi'lisp'-n^abh1  f������.r Rpn**rai   bath'Tii; J ;:;��������������� ,'nth  j������urr~<������s*"v   and   provide''   tin*  iho^-t   t,l������>HTi������*:iii*. \ ;<> a nt  pnrifyiu^ "���������"'' ilI% "i^oranni:   baths kiio",. :i      III     ^ ji i,Si****-hJ-f"'*Tt-.������,-rvaM v  CONSERVATIVES ATTENTION ! !  Thf nnriunl meet I me ������f the Liberal Con?erva-  i\i- Vumu fcr Tlriti*h ''olmnbliL  -������I11  !������*i  held  ret the   *^,~u;hiv- llali.  N������-w  Wo'-tmin^ter, on  i iyriu\������*v next, commcncini? at  will  Jm'  wf*I������*nme:  y,  T. O'Briers, lawyer, of Golden, paid  a visit to Ttevelst.oke on Saturday.  ���������Miss Steele has had :t piano put in  her studio direct from tbe wareroum-  of Messrs. .Masdn and I'isrh, Toronto,  and is prepared to increase her music  class. Terms 50c. por lesson of one  hour. I'lipils will be. allowed daily  practice free of charge.  '"Engine No. ..401. was turned nut of  the shops this week after undergoing  .1 thorough general overhauling. The  work undertaken was especially heavy  lor the shops here, but under the  management of Mi-. Temple, tho  locomotive foreman, the engine was  turned out with credit to the shops as  well as to thi? management.  CHAS.   J.   AMAN,  11 Ani'nt for  Parker's Steam Dye Works  Toronto.  I.adici* rirc'sse<!. flints' P-1 oth in?, ^hawis *",;r-  tain������, Tfanpiiur^.I-'eathvrs. et"..fipane*!.l.������re*i8*"i  ordv"!. ^H parcels lest with Chas. .1. Aman  ���������w ill" riM'f-lv*-. prompt and oar? fni attention.  ParkcrS prit-e li������t on application.  SCIENTIFIC   BOOKS  For the miner, prospector or eiicrimyjr.  A new b*Kik in larjro'IeTnfind is *',rr(.--sp������,-oring.  r^ocatiny nnd VaVniii)_j Mine>������," hy Stret-^h.  Anderson*-*, halves' ntid OslK>rnes*"Vt-oks.oii  pro������pcctin������r. etc., alw������i><< on hnnd. Th������*������!>';  works arc strongly recommended for beginner-.  An iiwp'jfMnn of other scientific works is  respectfully invited.  CHAS. J. AMAN.  an l"! i<*'.-'..���������<! and j.Hck*'d in --uch a "I������ir������. imn- x th** rsu'ht '<'��������� v������n*"i*������"������nfiin"l todch^Mtc'-cho'-on  i-a-*-that every pn.-ipi'ctor ^htiMhlinclcde it hi j bj- UluTM-ee-r^e^Htl v*> A-<-o--lntions or DN-  his pa'-k. j f jict   met-iiniM   rt-cnlHrly  vim\*:nt ti   for  thi-  CHAS. J. AMAN. I i������urp'>������������*. One iWUiinU- U.t ������ai-ry iv.i-nty iiH-m-  Jj'T* "f x.*'h A *'������-(j('|������'i'>n nr !>���������������'*rir-t meeting  prrtT !>*-���������. t*h,Tt tin I y >/*' ii-cd hy ia' mbrT*" of tli*-.  rnlon. AdvantHiti* n:a> tn* tsken t)f the Kail-  way Kiit*- i''' and from "jh^ KxhiMtion which  1 ** 1 **���������!ncr h*'\*\ at tliw .-'vrjie nmu,  D.H. XVII -ON*. (iKO.H.CrtWAN'.  I'r^'-idcnt. f-'frretary.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Peer Heads,   Kirds.  Animals. Ktc, .preserved  and mounted.  TIUllll ���������RTIIKKT.'KASTOF.BCIIOOMIOIJSE.  A. N. SMITH,  . ��������� "   BAKER, ,       :  GR0CER  ANDCQNrEeTI0NER  /pjp���������I  have secured  tlie services of IV. Ktinlt, u  ui'.il class linker from the o.-ist.  Flour hoiiPfht in carload lots.     '    **  Free Delivery,���������Prompt Service.  Victoria Koad ICnsI, llevelstoke.  ���������I.argo.und. '.WelU-LIgli'tbd ������������������  ?Saniple:;Kooni!i?VViy;rg??  .';yjy?;:y;?;?::'. ,;,y: V:IIeiiled?liy?l!ot?Air.aiid*Klectric.V  V'':.?-v?y??;??"s"',???t-:.:'':: V V;a--llolls and l.iglit in every room;  :?l~rcc:.l!iis.l"eot.s A11 Trains r-:^i,\].r-:-;r:prrr}:..:_rr.^.^:^^rrr,  -: 11 eiiDOiiahie lliites ...."..v.? .; y;:->.-.*.��������� .yy'*.:**���������r:^,.r:7,:7..���������:���������:,. :,:  OI'ltlUTDIt.  eConvonlonce of CJuests  Sight Trains.  IF_.������wsQ������i_������lk������, JoC=  JOHN V. PERKS, Piioi-iiiiSTim.  Niglit. drill llooin iu Connection for tlie Convenience of Guests  Arriving and ljeparting by Night Trains.  Hourly Street <":ar  Hetween llotel and Station. imiij w i������ n^i isiouwii? 9  Send your orders for Fire Wood to  FRED. ROBINSON, at the sawmill  office. He will deliver at $2.25 a cord  in short lengths'.. $1.50 a cord to those  who do their own hauling._,  TflgP1"-   Ll"i '"'"���������"���������"���������"���������'""������������������I ���������""  1599   PR0V1NCIAL.  1599  UNPHit TilE'AUSl'lCKS  OF TIIK   NOTICE.  FOR SALE.  CHAS. J. AMAN,  Smokers' Department.  The larRCKt. and best assorted line of tobaccos, pi pom. cijjarf etc.. in the city.  Stationery Department.���������A complete line of  Ftationery, including all the latest and best  novcN of'thc day.  Confectionery.���������\ full line of the finest cho-  coIntcM anil hfm hnns nlways in stci'rk.  MiiHiral l)cpnrtmcnt.��������� (proiiTid floor.)���������Violins, puir.ara, banjos, etc.; by the. old masters.  Harmonica*, in every key, a complete line of  lnuaicftl accessaries.  $609.  city wate:  $300.  Arthur A-  montiily ���������  $600.  Avenue;  v������*:Jl htivA'-'inod'Tn hou-e, sit.nated  *m i.r>iV, Kio'k ifi. }A-:r.tr\<i i.^lit;  ; hath room.  i*;������i  buy k. 7k!v/- ho':"e ������ifitnt������^i  on t'tifftxr Pf-c/i-nd Ktre*>r, arid   Mr-  ' ntte; '^>;t>E *2������> roonis; city war*;r;  *ntal !���������* now f>J.  Wiil   buy it* dwelling, Kittiat'-rl on  '-'irond    rlr**f-:.    enst    Of    Mfi\tiy/.U-  -t.E<."Vixli!0; dv.-diing Z-\X'M.  ral hon*-*."* to rent, in fjood locaiitlpf.  F. BUKER.  Application for Timber License  Notice is hereby eiven that sixty days after  dat.- I Intend to applv to the Chief Co:nmN-  sinuer of Land* nnd works for a licence to cut  and curry awav Mm bar ''.from the following  dc-i-ribr-ii laudy/thut is to pay: Commorifin^  at a j>nst limrkcd " J. Ilarklcy's Tlnilair Limit,  Northwest Corner I'o-d," on P.ij_r hctlye Greet:,  a .trlhutnry of Pinn^ton Creek, two miles from  the corillnenee of 1.i������ 1 cd^e and PiTms:ton  cret-l.s; thenre eastWi chain"; thence t-oulh !*0  chains; thenco we-st 80 cliains; Mioticc nortli  W'chndny to point of commencement, containing (VMJ acres,  O-h" .1. H XKKLKY.  Thomfon'.s T.n������dlii(_r, 1VC, S-epteniber 'Jnd, 1899.  NOTICE.  Royal  Agricultural and  Industrial  Society of British Columbia  ���������\V1I.I, HE IIEI.I) AT    " '-           NewWestminster,B.C.  October 3, 4. 5 and 6  $15,000  IN PRIZES  Open to the world  A KOfcMB QF PL2EASfclRE FQR F0������dR WHOLE DAYS  CRAGE &  MAYNE  Notaries Public  and Conveyancers  Auctioners  and Valuators  Sole AccntR for thc Smelter Townsite of Kevelstoke, It. C.  7IRE, LIFE   AXV    ACCIDENT   ASSURANCE  Application for Timber License  N'oftei* in hereby Riven tliat sixty dayi after  'lute, I intend to npplv to the .:hief <;nmmis-  -i'������rier of I.Aiid������ nn������f Works for a liccn-e tn cut  an.l carry away Umber from thc followiiy*  dt'scribed land**, thnt !������������������ ti***������y: (rorMinesudiiK  nt ;t pout marked *'T. 0 rah nine's Timber Limit.  Northeast Corner P(������ut,'* nt the northwest corner of .1. Ibirkicjy'** timber limit; thewc west  sijrhftfn������; thenec .toiitli ft) chains; thuiiee <:a**t  HO rltains; thence north 80 chain*, to point of  commencement. contaiitK OH) acres.  ra-H7 T. flKAHAME.  Tbomnon's r.andin(f,.]I.CM .September 2nd, iSit'J.  NOTICE.  Application for Timber License  Notice i������ herebv given that sixty dayi after  diilc, I intend !o apyly to the Chief Commissioner of 1,amis and M'orks for n license to cut  ami carry away timber, from the following  described lands, thai Is to sav: Commencing  ut n post marked "A. Johnson's Timber Limit  Post." at the northwest corner of J- Harkley'."  timber limit: thence north CO chains; thence  west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains; thence  chsI to,, point of commencement, containing  r> 10 acres.  69.S7 A. JOHNSON.  Thomson's Lalvlinci B.C., September 2nd, 1S99.  Horse Races'  Aquatics ;���������  Baseball  Bicycle Races  Ghampionship  Lacrosse^-o  Gymkhana  Naval and,Military  Sports^^   )  Band Tournament  Football  Magnificent Illumihation  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 billfl.  No entrance������fee charged for exhibits.  EXECUTIVE :���������His Worship Mavor Ovens; T.J.Trapp; W.J. Mathers; Geo.  D. Brymner;   R. F. Anderson; Aid. J. F. Scott; Aid. M. Sinclair.  "   For Prize List?, Kntry Forms, and full particulars, write to  ARTHUR MALINS,  Secretary.  E, S. TRAPP, President. W, H. KEARY, Commissioner.  If  dC.


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