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Array .-' /  , >*.'������.  -ISSTTIEID   TWICE-A-WBBK-WBOTBSDATS  A.DiTID  SA.TTT^^3DA."Z"������  Voli' in. fo. 73.  REVELSTOKE, B. C. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1399.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  .^^^^^^^  NOTE AND COMMENT.  Wc in-Revelstoke, owing to the concentration of railway business at this  ��������� placo. have continually |.-cssed upon  lout- notico in the most lot cihle mnniier,  i ivliul tno frequently escapes the. notice  I ��������� ...       1       ...kl.Kri     mill   Ilm  A Grand Exhibition of New  Goods for Fall.  The ilisplays at this store are keen rivals to those in eastern cities.      Ours prove just  as h te es     - ami are equally important, if not more so. to the citizens   o    Kevols oko  S From   end   to  end. from top to bottom, tins store is a revo .������tion    .nirht  w Ui every' colo t nt^ complete ns we canmake it, and tilled to overliving will, ������������w  In s vert t selected by a careful and experienced buyer. A complete store lull  rtSi'l a^.i t the^visitor here. A replete store full of newness, richness  and w, IhineS irect from the most reliable manufacturers the world over and nm  Hp wok 's fashion centres. Careful preparation hns lead up to our triumph tinsU all.  ���������dSoU?De^ltal Store has become vastly more attractive with^nore to see  and n ore    o .h htfying than ever before.    Our store must be v������it.d to appreciated.  growing  Are Arriving Almost Daily.  '/��������� -..  All our linos liave been replenished witli ii carefully selected  .-mil well bought stock. But  in ���������"the following we can offer  vou very special inducements:  Boys'. Suits  All kinds, all prices.  -Men' Reefei s  A splendid stock.  Pants  A large and complete range..  tinder-wear  Best, assortment in town.  Boys' Gaps  - The bit est ami newest.  Men's Caps  Latest si vies, all prices.  Neckties  The latest fuel,���������very pretty.  Rugs  Mats  Carpets  Linoleums  Quantity tells.  Quality  tells.  Prices tell.  A   oW-irterislic   feature   of  this   business  is its constant improvement, a ' ���������  ShPHer''-U  S eh1 ne and along the line, a fact never bo  much   iu   evidence .ns  ut  the  I Resent ti.no        Our ambition is never allowed to tlag ;    our energy never tires, and our  | piesent t '"o-       ^"['l"lu    Q in   Kevelstoke inthe pastis the irismraUon ior  I Sf^iSi^^nt In^Ie future, and that means a more P^ ������������ ^���������������'  *  a   better   store  s.rvide   ..nd   greater  comfort, and ������������������������������������J?IZ^��������� at, tl>.-s_s.oie.  of  tbo   general   public:.;nnd that is the  appalling number ot casualties inseparable    trom    th"   operation   of a-groat,  railway  system.     The oilicial  figures  in   tlie  United   St.ite.s  are most slavl-  liii'i-.     The  total   number nt  railway  cns.ialties in Unit countiy lor the year  ending   -lune   110   last   was  -l7.i-ll.oi  which   C.SjO  weie   fatal, out ol   whicli  last miiitber only 221  were  passengers  anil tlm balance employes ot the ro.ids.  The   total   nuinber   ol   the killed anil  wininilc-il on  the   United   States   rail-  wnvs last, year  was  thus greater than  the' number of American soldiers killed  and wounded in lhe Spanisli-Aiiierican  war and  lhe  war  in   the  Philippines  put.  logetber.    Statistic.-,  lor   Canada  aiu not. aviil.ible hut.   it  may be taken  fiir grained tliat  llu;  relative  proportion   of   nceiilont-   is   as   high in this  (���������(.mnry ns in the ISl.ites.    And   while  it, mav   be  granted   that   :i good  pio  piii'liii'n nf these  accidents  are  due to  cnrolessness   on    the   pint  o!   the employes, and   bovoiiil the  wil ol man to  'devise a moans  of  prevention, -tillI   m  the face of these appalling ligtires it is  obviously   the   duty  of   legislators to  insist upon  railway   conipuiues adnpt-  iu.r   every   possible  appliance   ior tlie  protect ion   of   the   men,   who   operate,  the trains and   work   in railway yarns  md shops all over the country,    lhey  const il ule  a   huge   proportion  ot   tliu.  elect tn ate   and    have   every    possible  claim on their  representatives  in parliament lor aid and sympathy.  Nettie L.  Reports from the Nettie I. continue  to be of a verv satisfacloiy iialiue.  Tbe lower tunnel is now within about  1U1 feet, of the point at which it is  expected lo strike tin- lead iind lhe  chinacter of lbe formation is changing  into the same kind of roi k as the lend-,  were struck in in the upper workings.  Sloping is going on in the upper level  and a considerable tpi.intit.y ot good  looking ore lias lieen laken out.  WILL DOUBLE CAPACITY  Of the Revelstoke C. P. R Work  Shops.  THE CITY MUNCH- ,  No   Decision   Yet   Arrived    at   on   ths  Sidewalk. -The Sunday Closing Bylaw  to be Enforced.  The usunl meeting of the City Council was lield last night- Present, the  .Mayor. Aldermen Brown, Kilpatrick,  Graliiiiue and Ctagc'.  (,'(lllltl-.SI'(INIlKNl.'l-:.  J. Lawson. asking whnt the city nn;  going to do about, his building as left  hv recent, woik on Mackenzie avenue  aiul Second street; W. Cl'. U.. asking  cniuicil lo onion e Sunday Closing  Bylaw;    A.  <;, ���������Thouison,   secretin y   I.  A TALK WITH MR. F. E. HOBBS  An Interesting Interview on the Future  of Revelstoke as a C. P. R. Railway  Centre and on Old Times When Mr.'  Hobbs First Struck the Town in '86.���������  The Work Handled Here Constantly  Increasing.  Learning that Master Mechanic  Ilnbb.- had arrived in Revel, toko this  week with his* stale the IlKR.\r.o took  the opportunity to call on him in his'  new oflico. Mr. Hobbs o .tended ,-i  courteous     welcome   and   placed   his  .i   liuii-m'   -store   service   unci   Greater   ujuuui". miuw������"v.'"-"��������� -~- , &  it's aU a p������t of our pbm of urines, and teiids to give a greater measure ot satisfaction |  ,  '   -i      i    _        .'..��������� iUa^  ..ri..-. ...nml  Iuto _? In  any   particular reason   in  1-0*111111011   sense   why tlii  and pleasure I'or those who come here  ' In the collection and distribution of worthy poods, this store JendBnll^ or th Kootenay  Tt 1,-is the lir-est buvins power and the biggest constituency. lhat act touches e\u v  ^W^d bu^sran^very year  you. see vulues grow h~d better   hvoughou  ������ s ecialCvalues aU over the store, including some splendid chances m what remains of ou,   |  I great ������salvage sale " stuffs.    Everything marked m phun hgures. ..       ,   |  Next week will be our������exhibition week in nil the stocks of 'each department. The  whole ^ ii s Arklin- with"newness, nn 1 the m.gnitude of the displays the novelty  and b������i5SVof the 8^the astonishing variety and unusual values easily discount any  ever offered in this city. "  ,_  Tnr stylish  Dress   Goods,   Mantles; nivl Millinery our leadership is admitted   au I you |  P.., '    iru'iUne a   worthy style or qualitv we haven't g..t.    The new   stocks   nre   iml oi &  Xund ug iSerent to^LpporH.     ^0 ' such   cure   was ever taken before to'inake a store  3S and nothing that we'ca.i.sny^will-tell nearly ak m.u'h asa -hnlt uour ,pe ,in.o "S  IhL^ods. nicely dUipbived. inour store. .   Y.oi, ui.gl._   to   come and See, if only., to see.  "lintlew people are satisfied to go away without buying something, - ^  Is   there  ousiness  or   -.  -  corporation should  insist, upon having  all   its   work   bv one fnieinan and one  <*aiv of men?   'This is the plan   under  which   we are at. piesent  apparently  working.    Tlie   result is   th.it work ol  the   necessary   character   is   delayed,  streets nre blocked lor days and weeks,  and  improvement-  approved   hy  the  council  nre  held, over   until   Ihisp.ir-  tii-ular working party can   get arouncl  to -each   job   'm   its  turn.     It is now  tbree   weeks ago  since" tlie  repoit, ol  tbe   public   works, committee   lecom-  uieiiiliiigtbe.fencing and  clearing  ot  ! the cemetery ground  wns adopted and  funds voted for the purpose.    It  I here  is   any   improvement   m  town which  our citizens nre  anxious to see carried  'out it is  this  one.    And   yet.   nothing  bad     heenhegiin     to     he.    done     U"  yesterday   aiid     tlie     public ��������� works  coniiniltee .  have      not     even   asked  lor   tenders  for  the  fencing.    In   lbe  meanwhile   Ihe   money   borrowed   lo  c.-n-iv out these- improvements is lying  idle'in the bank and the city is paymi?  inleier.1, on it.   This is not business.  OrO.Lr.. Nn. i'i. legarding  di-"creo.incy  of siu-veya on Government street,  o      i'i:titions.  \ petition was i ead  praying Unit nil .  nidewalks   be   tmilt   by   half   frontage  tax      It was tlle saniu   pel.il inn   as wns  put in last   week   with   a ( oiisideiublu I  addition of signature---.  Anolliei- wns read from tin: Jldho-  dist. church coiuinitlee iirote.-ting  ngain.st the repeal of the Sunday  Closing Bylaw.  KKPOHTS.  The coniiniltee of Public Works  asked the (Oitneil to explain l ben-  sidewalk resolution of Saturday, Sept.  2nd. as Ihey are   in   doubt   whethei-   it  No Sham Sales  Strictly  Business  We Want You to  Come Again--.  *We are alive to our own interests.    It  would   be  foolish,  in   .  i=���������"th"e~fiii'e"of-iiei-si3teiit-!inil-Ui'en^-=-!  competition, for us to ol.'eryou  a   tempting bait  one  clay and  overcharge   you   Uie   next   in   ,  order to make up the loss.  We don't promise you that one  doliiir spent here will go as far  as as two splint somewhere  else, hut wo do assure yon your  money's worth every time you  make a pnreliase of us.  Our constant endeavor is to  so trentyou that you will coine  again and ngain.  SOLE AGENTS  FOR  Onr Mini is to mn.ke this store so pleasant that you'll want to come every day. ��������� Every  coin en eie s provided for shoppers, and people who don't wish to trade nre eqn,. y  welcome with thos, who do Business i.s solicited only upon the basis or absolute biitir,-  Jiction and any FU-chiise made, if not as represented, may be cancelled by returning  the sroods. ' ^    TTH,-.THft__-  Keep Your  Eyes on Our  Fruit Window  O.HUME & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  General Merchants.  Revelstoke and Trout Lake.  Cy.i_i.wu'...___������-_..._n-t i_-__~ asa  New Fall Cloaks  Are Ready for You.  We want the Ladies of Revelstoke and tlieir visiting friends to come nnd "  see   our   CLOAK-  DKI'ARTMKNT-'    As  far as  we  know it i.s I he largest ...  llevelstoke. and lecen- alterations and improvements   will   go   a   ong way   o- .  wards making it tl.e best.,, well.    But while surroundings are  all  that  could  'desired, iUs the magnificent stock of Cloaks we h-ive leason   o be proud ....  , ,    wh cl   will prove vei y interesting to our visi.ois.    QurGloak reputii ,on is  4,-,���������elI-k-,row,,^,r,-q.^^^  that we are ready with the newest, .styles in  - ^ Ladies' Jackets, Suits, Capes, Dress Skirts, Silk Waists>,  Wrappers, Tea Gowns and Underskirts. Also Misses  and Children's Outer Garments in Great Variety.  Thiscollection comprises styles and creations from the- w".'M'" ^>������������*U  desi'M.ers. It ..'fleets the dictates and fancies of those tyho set the pice m the  fasldon centres of the world, lt represents that point ol excellence and  eh-ancc never hcfo.e attained in North Kootenay. But no need to say ...ore,  t'ouieaiid see lor yourself. Bring your friends and visitors. . \o���������'ll lie sur-  prised nt wliat there is in store for vou.  Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Felt Hats  This is a Millinerv Store in a class of its own.    There is  but, one   verdict :  The hest. most cempiete and up-.o ���������l"'^";".���������^^ J'SS  this store.    Tliat is iMiiplmUi-nlly true of oni-RLADWO-W J_A1_I Mil-11A Ifc  *   onr assortment of which comprises s,ores of distiuC  styles   .,.eluding   many  novelties confined exclusively tc, our trade.   Our -stock ineli.des:-  Smart Sailors, new Blocks with Fancy Bands.  Fedoras and Walking Hats, newest shapes and a 1 prices  Rough   Riders   and   Golf  Hats,   the popular styles with  Oriental and Fancy Silk Trimmings.  It would be useless to attempt a description of the various lines ^otl.i..g  short of ,t nersoiial visit will satisfy. The earlier you come he greater will he  your pleasure, because now the assortments are i.t their best.  Hon. F. Oartei-Collon has* been pin - |  *,���������.r n living visit, in lhe south   country  t Ids week.      Like lhe st in niy pel i el ol  tin--ocean." whose   '.light,   across   the.  waters    liei-uld.'   .llie- approach . ot   a  tempest.      ">������>     Mr.   Col.! oil's    hurried  scamper through Kootenav may easily  lie taken to   presage   the coming  ol   a  imlitical storm.    -"His first visit was to  Rossland, and Rossland. owing to  the  siren rtn of the labor unions theie, is a  noliliciil storm centre in this  province  iii-t. at. present.     Mr.   Cotlon   appien-  ���������lies the fact and in his recoidi'd utterances  at    Rossland   laid   great,   stress  on   the   benefits   conl'eried   on   labor  liv   lhe   pri'M'tit   government   in   the  sb.-.pe of the eight  hour  law.  tlie  exclusion of aliens from taking up placer  claims and the new rub.' by which it is  intended   to   exclude.   Chinamen  and  Japs from   workii'g   in   underground  mines.'    Mr. Cotlon   may   think  these  are,good cards, hut he will need to  ml  his hand or.Joe Martin will   raise  hun  out  of his  hoots  in   bidding  lor  Lbe  labor "vote.  men nl from  the  cornel-  of  Second si.  and McKi-nxie avenue to the corner oi  Front and King or from Victoria road  at the    end   nl   McKeii'/.ie   to    .Kloria  load at '.he end  ot   King.    They  also  asked if it was  the  intention   t"   put  lown a double sidewalk nn any of  the  pioposed loiite.     They  i ecomineiided  that it. be built hy ���������contract in sections  iccordinglo  the   plans  and   specifications   of   the.  citv   I'litiineer   and   th.at  tenders   be   asked   for   in   two   way>:  First    lbe   ciinti.-ictois   to   supply  all  material  and   labor,  second   the  con-  traclors to supply labor only.  Aid. Blown as mover of the. rcs.ilu-  the second said that he failed to see  l:ow the coiimiiltee could be stuck to  understand the motion. It meant  from Victoria road to Victoria load  wit h n double sidewalk on Front street  and McKeir/.ie avenue.  1 Aid. Kilpatrick said thnt. that, was  imt how the seconder of lhu motion  consli ued it. ���������  Tlie mayor said that tbe work should  he  started  even if  lhey   had to call a  special meeting In decide tlie niiesf.oii.  I     Aid. Kilpatrick said   Unit   the   question of the eoiiimit.tee.-had not- yet been  answen d.     A   lorur   discussion   then  started    upon   the   Tapping   petition,  which    was   beginning   lo -wax   ni-ri-  inonioiis and   personal, when   lho .-uli-  cilor restored the   meeting to busine-s  calmness   by   reading   iu    a   severely  judicial voice, the * various  leports a nil  'resolutions   adonted    by    the   council  since last May.  "The main point, which  stood   clcaily   out of   lhe u-view was  til-it the council  had   already  cided In put. a   double  sidewalk down  on jMcKenzie avenui-anil Trout si i'".-t  on the lecoin'nieudnlion  of  the pubic  works  committee  and   had   appropriated monev for that piirpu-e.  The discussion lhen swindled back  lo the report, of the public works committee leaving the petition still in the  hands of his worship. Aid. Kilpatrick  again asked what the motion of Sept.  ~ id   meant.    Before  he  leceived  any  !  ARRESTED AT DOIIALD  Two Young   Londoners   Charged With  Stealing ?57>000 in Bonds Traced to  Kootenay by a Scotland Yard Detective.  An iinpiutaiit, arrest-was-maele at.  Donald last Monday by Detective loin  Abbott of Scotland yard and berg.  LlelVeiinaii of the North West, .Mounted Police, ill connect ion with a I licit  of ,$57,01)0" worth of Buenos Ayres  bonds, which were recently sloleu  from a well known London firm ot  Sonlh African brokers. ,  II,  appears* lhal   admit  n   couple ol  months ago II. Christie and   \\ . (.. O.  Crick, two young   Englishmen   bound  fot-Klondike stayed over en   rotUe  at  Donald lo enjoy some  fishing.     1 hey  were well supplied with money, which  they'spent   lieely.    While  lhey   wei e  theie a puck train wns being organized  Lo  go  It) Tete  .Inline Cat-lie and they  made   .���������ii-rangenii'lils   to   go   with    n.  Christ ie  however  only  got   as  lai- as  Summit. Lake, when   lie had l" return  owing   to  nn   injury   to   his foot.    On  | leaching  Donald   he  look   tiain  back  fur  Ihe  east and is known lo have arrived ill lhe old counlry.      Some days  iiflel-winds    lhe   detective   and   police  seigeiuil, wlio   had   timed   the  paity  up.  arrived   and   made   eiiipiii'ii.'s   nl.  Donald,    wilh   lhe   icsiilt.   Llml    lhey  decined to await  lhe   return  of Crick  at    Donald.      Lust   Monday   lhe puck  t.niii    returned   and    was  stopped   at  Wail-ii-liit bridge by Serg. llellVrmaii.  who   iirresl.'.l    Click   on   the spot and  took him to lhe  .Mounted Police headquarters .U Regil.a. .   ,    ,    ,     r  Christie   was n   confident nil clerk ol  the   firm   from   which   lbe bonds were  slolen   and   i������  accused  of having used  his   opportunities   lo   abstract   them,  while   Crick, who   is  someUiing of an  nclor, disguised   himself and   elfecled  the  negotiations  bv which tliey were  convci led into iS.(K)i) in gold soverigus.  Only  about  Jj55.tX.-0  of  lbe money has  lieen   traced   and   the   b.ilnnce is  supposed to be in London.    Click   stoutly  protested when arrested that   a  great  mistake  had   been   made and that he  could   satisfactorily  account  for any  money he had and" could  easily  clear  himself.  Tangier. |  About 21) men are working at present  on the Tangier. Between the main  shaft, and a winze sunk in one of the  galleries a depth of 140 feet has been  gained. There is considerable good  looking ore on tlle dump. No work is  at present going on the sister property  the Waverley.  definite answer, the mayor again  hinted that the petition was still on  deck. This brought up Uie petition  again and at one time it looked as if  ii?"despair of coming to any decision  the council would leave lhe matter to  be settled bv tlieir siiecessois.  Aid.   Brown    inl'ioiliici'd   this   new  phase   of  lbe question.    He   thought  it   wis   obviously unfair at   this late  stage lo build the  sidewalk   ami  compel    people   living   along   it to keep  t  clear of snow this winter.    He ihotu-iii.  tbatrthe qiiestioii-had-lH-t tec-bedecul id.  at   Ihe   next  municipal   election   and  would iiuike a million lo that eHei-t.  The niavol- agiecd with Aid. Brown.  Aid. Giiihani thought one horse and  a small   plough   would   keep the  sidewalk clear easily.  Aid. Crage thought there was no  need of a lesolution to kill Ihe sidewalk. AL the present, rale of progress  lliere wnuld be no sidewalk anyhow.  Thu solicitor pointed out. ih.-it under  the pie.-eiit niiinicip.il' act no vote of  llie electors cnulil be taken on this  point. The onlv way open would lie  I I'm-each ciiulidale to declare himself  on the topic and then no one could tell  whethei- if retiifiied. he hid been  eiecled to carry out some particular  plan of duildiiig sidewalks or because  be w.is a good fellow in--because he  was the best, man. The act would  have to be altered befoie the people  could decline their piefei-eiite by mi  election, and that could mu be dune  lhis vear. ,   , .  .  I Aid. iliown suggested that a special  session of tlle legislature should lien I led. ,, , ,  The   discussion   wns   wound   up   ���������>>  Aid. Kilpatrick moving to lay   lhe   i e-  porl. of the public win ks o\ei till   next  week, which was (-allied.  :'.()TIONS.  In-proposing his i-e-oliilion to n-pi-il  the Siuiilav Closing Bylaw Aid. Brown  said the bvlaw would lOiupel business  men in dose up. It was* pi .-mat nre  1 lm-a voung uiining town and if enforced eveiy branch of business would  f������'l it. ,--. i  Aid. Graham was beginning to ask  if a bvlaw u-sl riel ing the sale of liquor  for aiew hours every week was likely  to close up nnv business house when  the mover pointed out I hul ho hail not,  yet got a seconder, and none being  forthcoming the motion was mopped.  -Vlcl. Brown   then   moved   that   the  chief   or   police   he  inslriK ted   by the  police coininittee to  day by-law strict I v.  siifv io pass such a  necessary   that    it  visitor al ease at once. In answer to  inquiries lie said that he had come to  Revelstoke to organize tlie work of  the. shop', which is rapidly becoming,  more important and lias already outgrown the capacity of tlie new shops,"  so tliat more machinery has had to be  ordered and is now on the way. while  | fresh machinists are constantly coming  in, as many as five arriving last week.  I In a year the number of men employed  1,-ind ihe enpneitv of   the  shops   will be  doubled.    All    the   work    from   Kam-.  loops to Laggan and from the whole of  Kootenav i's'handled here, and   is   constantly   increasing  witli   the develop-,  ineiil of tbe counlry.    It is tlie  aim ot  the management  of   the   company   to  make,  this  a   central  and distributing'  point and it was felt that the work" of  this division lould no longer be superintended from one end  at Vancouver.-  so Mr. Hobbs: was  instruct ed   lo   open  his office, here witli his stall*   which   at  piesent consists of Mr. E. Humphries.-  chief clerk aud   Mr. Van Horno.   typ"-  wiiter.      Mr-   Hobiis    considers   that      >  Revelstoke is* destined   to   become an  important   railway   centre   and  suy������  lhat the increase of population and   of  building operations, wliich   this  place  has   recently   witnessed,    is  only  tl.e  beginning of things.    It  is  the  policy  of'the company to select the very hest  men for  tlie  work  heie  and   married-  men if possible, and to make it a point-  fi-oin wliich and not.  into which train--  men willjwork.        _  Mr. Huliti*. who is a   Hevelstokc old.  timer, is Till!  of  inteiesting  memories  of the old clays  here,   upon   whicli   he  evidently,    looks     witli    considerable    -  pleasure"."  He   was   here   three  years  fiom "SO to "SSand  started  at' the  old  siding iepnii-iiig engines outside  with-*  out nnv "shops at  all.    Tlie  rond. wtis  new in"those days, t he work heavy unci  breakages  ���������frequent.---'" AVhen it   was.  decided in move to-the  present lot-a-*'  tion of the yard, Mi\ Hobbs organized  llie   lir.-t   shops   here   and   wns then  removed to Donald   where  he  was"  in . '  charge as.locomotive foreman fou'.t'en .'���������-  vears.     lie took an   act ive",'hand .with '���������  judge   Spi oat   in   starting: the' 'iii-J5&���������  school here, onlv seven children being. ���������  then .available.  "He, also? was  a  chief  mover   in. the    establishment   of   the-  fir-t "cliurcli   bete   ir.   the   old .courthouse.-   It was a union church iind any"  pistor who happened   along .was   "welcome    An orga,n was procured  iind a."  ���������was   choir organized, of which  Mr.   Hobbs*' *  once de-1 was leader, and among the  old-limei _*.���������  Mr. If". B- Wells was a  member.   The  choir  was   quite, impartial- and  sang*  lhe bvintis and psalms peculiar to  the _.  administration which was represented  bv the pai son  on" hand   for  the  time.,  being.       Of   those   days   Mr.   Hobbs"  nieniorv   has   ]ii eserved   one    salient  feature", which was lhat everybody in  Revelstoke  made   it   his   business  to  mind nis own  business  and   let othei-  people's alone, whicli   made  the  little ,  town a pleasant one lo live in. _  Before concluding the interview-Mr.  Hcitibs paid a handsome tribute to tlie  good work which 1ms been and is.  being done in lhe 0. P. It. shops by  the 'machinists under .Mr. Temple's  direction.- He does not intend to  remove his family from Vancouver,  where theie nre gieatadvantnges of  education procurable and where he  will spend sonie time every month,  though his head office is now here.  Standard.  It is the intc'titioii to keep ten men.  at woik all winter on this property n������:-  whicli the Boston and British Columbia '  Copper Mining and Smelting Co. have'  a bond. The work was laid out by the'  New York expert Leo Von Rosenberg,-  who l .'polled on the property recently  for the coiiipniiv. A tunnel is to he  Marred from a small basin at the head  ofadiaw on the Commander claim. ,  whii b is located southwest of tl-.e  Standaid. This lunnel it is expected  will strike tbe lead on the same ledge  as the old workings in about XiO foi t.  Tlie iiiteiitioii is lhen to urn on lhe  lead ror 1.WO feet.,.it which point a  depth of 7..0 feet will liave been ginned.  Four   hundred   feet   below   a  crosscut  1'iis already Ix  run for about 40 feet,  which is- c\|cc'ed to strike the siiine  l -ad al iihnnUjQ feel. A drift will then *  l,c run on tbe lead for 100 feet and  upraises made to the upper level.  Altogether 2.l"i0 leet of w.uk was laid  ..ut bv Vun Uos.'iiberg wilh the int.n-  tiiuiof UioH.-lghly testing llie .prop-  peity, whicli in his opinion is a veiv  line piospocl indeed.  A Railway Race.  Tho   Knslo     correspondent   of   the  ["i-ovince. willing  under  date  of lhe  llih instant, says: .  The   contractors   on   the    I.asln   &  Liido-Diiiif.nl railway are advertising  tor 300 mole men whom lhey   want to  put to work at once.    During the past,  tew month", they  have  only  had  two  hundred   men   employed,   now    they  purpose to increase their   force  to  501)  men at once and rush the work   along  so that   the  line   will' be   graded  in  readiness as tor laying  the rails  this  vear. As the company cannot procure  delivery of steel rails at present owing  .. me   to the big demand  now  on,  it is  not  ���������iifm-ie  the "Sun-   likely tbat the rails will   lie laid   until  H It wa,   l^ces-   s,,ri,,g.    If >'^---W ^ '������������-? ������** ">e������  l.vl-nv   it   wis also   will be kept cm all winter.  sin_ M  be   .^ictlv       Or. lhe other side  of  the river tho  necessary   tnai    u   snm~.fl  be  sliitm going steadily  on  enfmced  and nou hat cer iim bus,,^  houses only shou .1 be o'ligC'd to go U. of ^ nppositionj^uwny.  the wall on the he.i'l "I it. .     x.)ected t|1ilt Miey w   lfte-r.h������!H'  Aid. Crage seconded tlie mo' on.      t   ^^^^'^XieL, for the tia#Wid-  was not fair to make llesh  ot cue ana   11 .^ n(lvMnre of   ���������,��������� ������ apfc-li.  fowl oi another. railway.      Mr.  A. E.   Douc������t.*<J.JS..-  ��������� ?������ Sm rnXuied. |U ������biri ������8������������*r of the &P^������  'X Revelstoke   Herald  FublinhMi In intcrc������ti������ of  Ke.*lntok..  LariiMU, Bic Bend. Trout  l.nke  IUlr.illeir.iFt. Alncrt C_n>o������. .Inrunn  P*������j������na _-.ai.-lf I'"H i>i.-u*i"*i-*-  4JOHNSON.       - -        Froppletor  A   Seml-Weeklr   Journal,   pulilislieil   in   tin'  biwrw.   ef   Hevclsi.'kc   an.l   ill.'  ''"J1"1'1    ������  district, WtrtiiMdiiTS  anil  Mtunlnj*. inakiiiit  ������������ai uaniici-iiMi* with all irr-.li���������.  AdTeniiiiHf 1C.U.-5 :     1. iM'l.iy   ml". Vf  1   '  Minnin  men, ������.'._��������� l"-r Im-ii wli-n  uwort (1 on  till* MS*.     l.������'S-.'l   .Ill-.l-'V   I'd'   Ult'llI" i( 0 11'  far ar.iin..-ri,.,u: .'.- :..i- .'iieli nilihiimiii lii--^  tl������n.    Biuiluik- noiii'i'S, l������i'  I"1!' liiii'",ai'li",">.  Bi-ih, HUrriai.--mhI Li..������ili no.i.-i-"'. n -,   .  .���������Mih*������rii������lon Hut.-*:   Hy "<"H '"' '���������"���������"V.1 :*"-���������''?  w -iii-m: *l.s.i i.t m.\ in nub-, uricily m u'l-  r"Z'.ln).   Uc,...ni..Fi.i:     Tin   .Hi-i-.M.i-   -lob  ll^riHU*! i> '.Ilr 01  I.I- l������i't w,llll'li'<l 1>I" ������   f  rariulFF.l! _i:.i. ���������..! piuum;.- ill m.-t-i llii." M > lo  H..WI l.rir-v un.- pro- I" all. Ni> - too  lirt-e-none loo small���������fur ������-��������� >'a,11 ������"!' *  li mp-.lT asiJiKK-. to.   I* I vi- U5 a trial on iour  "���������"l^ffL-P-_ul.nl.:    W.'-  Invli.   j-orrc.,^.11.1-  uiic-onn  anv������iilijec~ ol mi'-rp!  '" ''"', -"-'! '"l1  ami (Ic.rc .i   r. Iiol.l.-   i-.-i--iili.i-  '*"''"-  |..i-.ilur  Mirroiiinlii'.'."  ���������'/'  'li .u.i inii'iiiini"! Uie  iiijiiiisi-ript.  inn   net  ii'iT^arilv for imlilicmloii.  Adrtr-w nil i"jininiinn.atl'''n"  j.������.il..lc.  ^jti.-ni  in .-vpry  F.n',:.:     In ail  .-a"-- ill-'  writer imi.������:   cic-oiiman'.*  REVELSTOKE   HERALD  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  *.. Ali cirfr-all'llFC in������M *"��������� lij.'IM> ������ rluni  <\������ ������������f ������i(l'.i! !h������ |.������|f-r "niy.  :. i-orr.-;K.n(l.-n-.*   i-mit-iiui"  t*r niii'i ������ f'e.-..-    "Itli di"  I'r.'i"  T-rlwr. . , ,  l.    l_������ri"F^I^I   ''     -.I'''      TTUll       I ������-fF|  nr������;  ������<��������� off.-     i  .I..- i-ul'li- .isi-.ii   I" ii"''  l'"V"  hurinfu.      ..-'.���������rlii Tin. llmn.i".  bred cattle, reacting to tho tuberculin  tett in which no clinical synip onis  were discovered they could bo kept iu  isolated buildings and treated and  bred from under Bangs* system.  Leaving out of account tbo liygonlc  importance of such.     eradication, the  ib ctor said  -15 per cent ot the papulation    of Cauacia     was engaged      in  rtral pursuits;  the railways depended  upon   agriculture   for  one   quarter   ot  tbe freight thoy carried anil the canals  one third; the shipping industry moro  than one half.    Ho advocated thnt iho  government empower a corps ot government inspectors to make    a   complete and perfect visitation, to kill olf  ar.d compensate for all animals showing clinical evidence ot tbo disease; to  isiV.uto and buy at full value and placo  cn government reserves    all    animals  reacting to tuberculin: to disinfect aU  byres in wliich infected animals  bad  bs"ii  discovered.      It herds could   lie  established in Canada, absolutely free  from  tbo disease, it would mean Unit  ia a vory few years Canada     -would  become the great centre for Iho breeding of high class cattle, and European  countries -would have to come to Cmi-  r.da   io establish  their herds.  Canr.da  was in a position to make .a 'ruitfiil  endeavor to get rid  of the disease in  LM'.- course; of three or four years.  the courageous and progressive national policy for Canada. Echo answers, where? And that echo como"  from" unrepresented Winnipeg���������Win-  'nipeg Voico.  u, t.L.ml  mat-  i-l-   ll.lllli��������� "t llll"  iii   anr-  T..F.  DREYFUS  FARCE.  MAKE YOUR WILLS.  Urevfus has  been  found  guilty.   I*J'  those   who  have  been  following    tho  report,   of the court  martial  proceeding.-",   the   announcement   will   be   received   with   indignation   and   disgust  rather than surprise.    There wan  tib-  solutelv no evidence to justify the conviction",  nnd   in   the    opinion   of   the  lord   chief   justice   of   Kngland     not  even  suflicient evidence to justify an  honest  magistrate in  committing the  accused   for  trial.     But  the   "honor"  of the army was at stake   and Dreyfus was made  the  victim.    The taking of what the court was pleased to  term  evidence was frantic farce. The  fate of  the  accused  had  been  sealed  before a single witness had  been examined,   although   as   the   trial   progressed,   the innocence  of  the accused was clearly established.    The sentence   imposed     is    no   less   farcical  than the  rest of the proceedings.  He  has already suffered five years of solitary   confinement   which   counts    as  ten   years   of   ordinary   impsionnient  and "consequently will  bo  released  at  once. ���������  The fact which is most clearly established by the triai whicli has just  "' concluded is that France is now at  the mercv of an army of hypocrites  and scoundrels whose existence is a  blot on modern civilization and a  disgrace to the country which tolerates  them.  THE QUESTION OF MEAT  The retail butchers ot New "Von*,  have entered into a combination  against the Chicago beef men and pro-  ' pose to'flght them to a finish on then-  own ground. The Retail Butchers  Protective Association of New York is  heading the fight, which will be extended to every large city. It is announced that the project to organize  independent and co-operative concerns  has eben received with the greatest^enthusiasm. Subscriptions from butchers for $700,000 have already beei  cners  iui   ���������? ������ ������l00 each.   The  received, in snares oi ������ 2C  *"-" . n-__     l-iiitrbei'5    .will     m  perfected. The -Utcncis  crease the subscription to -fi.ouu u  M organizing their company, rho  botchers say that by Januar> 1. "CO.  thev will slaughter ^ir own cauie  fo-New York, and that within a >ear  &r^i������Va co-operative plant.,  every important city in -he "������'������������������������  States, with great packing bouses ln  Kansas City and Omaha.  The butchers expect a long, bitter  fight ^ith the beef kings, like Armour  lln Swift. After they have staft'J  the beef trust .will open butcher shops  on everv street, and -will cut prices and  will endeavor to outdo the butchers in  rattle in the hope of retrieving their  losses bv raising prices later. l be  plants -.ire to be built regardless oi  prices, and the butchers will rely ipon  the public to help them when the war  of prices begins. When the butcher-  plans are fully matured they will have  between J15,000,000 and $20,000,-00 to  o     flght tho trust.  The (lunger of delay in tho mnk-ng  or signing of  wllln  wns  recently  demonstrated in a western Ontario city  where a well known and wealthy merchant  died   suddenly,  leaving an   unsigned will bequeathing nbout. $50,000  ti an  adopted  daughter to whom  b.  wns    much    attached.       Having     no  ebildren  of his  own he had  nclopte _  Ibis young girl at. an early   age    and  brought hor up, surrounded by all the  luxuries that a fairly amnio    fnrt>���������.'.'-  could   provide.      It was his intention  that nearly all his monev should =*> lo  tliis girl  and had a will    drafted    lo  that effect.     IIo put off signing it and  tlin other day he      was    stricken  by  heart disease.    The adopted daughter,  a g'.rl  in her  toons,  who lias      been  lirought up in a manner to fit her for  a life of leisure, suddenly finds  herself without homo and money, except  such as the relatives of the deceased  may see fit to give her.      These testamentary tragedies aro  not. confined  to novels or dramas, and tho lessons  tbny teach of the injustice and suffering that mav be caused by easy going  procrastination in matters of such importance should be hooded by all who  are lucky enough  to have tlio    thousands to bequeath.  A DECAYED JOURNALIST.  The  Outlook  has  boon  tho  unwilling   entertainer   of   a   decayed   journalist,   of    unknown     fame,   ragged.'  dirty���������a   bug   of   a    man���������at   divers  times   during   the   week.     Do   must  have  blown  in  with   the  hoboes;   he.  had  money when  he  came,  and   this  xms   undoubtful���������*  i^sponsible  for  the  splendid jag he ciiiied.    Ho suddenly   appeared   before   us   one   morning  and  gave  us and   hour's running argument   on  men   nnd   current events.  He  was   full  of  courtesy,  four  syllable   words,   whiskey   and   bugs.       Ho  shook hands wit ��������� w four times beforo  he departed, and after noon wo found  his   asleep   under   tho   big   press���������he  had  crawled  in through  the  window.  This man  was full  of all  the  graces  of  an   ancient    chivalry���������and    those  other things;  he was loaded with the  lore of   ino  ages,  sociological,   scion  tific  and  literary,  but  he  would   get  drunk.    His shirt looked like a  print  shop  towel   and   his   hair  was  fuzzy,  like a-Zulu chiefs.    His trousers had  pnssenieiiliero   around     the   bottoms,  and he looked like something that had  floated   in   with   tiie   lido.    AVhen   he  left,  afler  touching  us  I'or  the   price  of   a   break!as'.,   which   was   also   t.he  price  of  two  drinks  and  n   half,     he  assured  us   we   "lind   met   liis   approbation. "*'\\"e wore deeply touched���������figuratively   and   materially.     Ii   will  be  many  days   before   we  lock  upon   his  like   again.���������.Madison   IS.D.)   Outlook.  EDUCftTlOI.Al. REFCtlfil.  The Toronto school authorities have  decided to discontinue thc teaching of  algebra and geometry in the public  schools of that city, and tho wisdom  of their action in doing so, will not  be questioned except, by those who  cannot wiggle out of tho educational  rut.  Although at lirst sight tho change  may seem violent, it is nevertheless a  change for the better. After a severe  course of algebra iu our school boy  davs, wo often asked ourselves what  on" earth it was good for, and even in  our years of maturity wo havo been  unable to get a satisfactory answer.  As a malller of fact tho algebra learnt  bv the ordinary public school boy ls a  mere trick' of the brain which distresses rather than strengthens Lhe  pupil's intellectual faculties. An a  help in after life, it is in nint casos  out ot ton utterly useless, having no  practical relation to a business or industrial occupation. The timo whlch  ls spent, cm the solution of algebraica  problems would, for all the good that  results, bo just as woll spent, in the  study ot the puzzle. column ot the  weeklv papers, and would bo far better  -.pent "iu the si. udy of those three  li's which nre Lhe ground work of a.  sound education.  In the case of geometry, a knowledge of the subject, is very useful lo  those who aro intended for certain  avocations. Uui Lo insist that hundreds of bovs should study a subject  which may in aftor lifo bo useful only  to a small percentage of their number is manifestly unfair. Geometry  really belongs lo Uie sphere of technical education, and is enlirely out of  place hi a public school.  Speaking of public schools, ono cannot help remarking that the object of  tho present system seems to bo to  turn out ti nation of school teachers.  Tho acquiring of a lirst. second or  even third class teacher's certificate  is tho goal for which every school boy  nowadays must strive. In. order to  achieve this object, his mind has to  bo crammed chock full of all sorts of  knowledge, some of it useful and some  of it quite the reverse, which when thc  pupil has absorbed as much of it as  his unhappy Intellect can suslain, is  transformed into thc much coveted  certificate and with this certificate, he  is enabled to go out into thc world,  and indict on the rising generation  the same treatment which ho himself  has with more or less difficulty survived.  It will no doubt be denied by the  uptodale educationist, but it is nevertheless a fact that the time work of  public school education consists i-ather  in developing and expanding the natural capacities of the pupil than in  cramming his mind with matter as a  pullet is crammed i'or the market. The  cause of education will be much, better  served in the teaching of those throe  R's together with suflicient grammar  to" enable tho pupil to write a business  letter correctly, than in tho herculean  struggles with algebraical problems  which make tho life of the average  school boy a hideous nightmare. The  withdrawal of algebra and-geometry  from our public schools would be '"a  good riddance to the bad rubbish."  COMPANY.  WHITE. GWILLIM &  SCOTT.  I  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Kevelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  W. V. hito,. J.  M.  Scott,  I3.A.,  Q.  C. L. L. B.  F.  L, Gwllllm.  UAttViSY & McC.iR.TEK,  j Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.  I Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  ; Company funds to loan at S per cent,  i        Olllces:      Molsons  Bank Block.  I First Street, Kevelstoke Station, 13. C.  B  ������  fit  THE MOLSONS BANK  ��������� INCOIU'OBATED  HY.ACT OF  P.UIMVMKNT, 1855.  -��������� " ���������  H������  ���������-��������� ������������������  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  PAID UP CAPITAL  KI-VT FUND  $2,000,000  $1,600,000  3  .-.V  -o>  ���������.'  ���������Ml  ri  =3  l'Jll'IC'.'TOKS:   Wm. Molson MAcriiriisoN, I'risiilcnt: S. II. Kwixu, Vli'i'.^resMent-, ���������A  KL  1-'1N1,I.Y, IIKMIY AKCII1IIAI.II,  ,1. IMJL-UIIOHN, _*?  8=  =3������  3  INCORPORATED 16TO  J. W. Cross, M. I).  c.ITIi'p:   T.iylor   Hlock, Mackenzie'  Hcvi'li'iilsi'.  SurKU'iu lo tlio CT. II  lieu tli cifllci'r. Oily of ltevo'sio e.  "������33  MM  making  I7T_  vol i  '������pamtn.  n  Notary Public,  Sole Agent for  W. 11. IUmhay, Sajiu_l  II. .Mauki.a.iii .MulkuX.  K. Woki'khto.n Tiiohas, General Manaipir.  A general bunking business tniusncted.     Interest allowed at current ^3  g= r"lLu'"- ' J. 1). MOJLSON. =3  J^- MAXACIKll,  l(KV_I.UTO_Ii, B. C.       -JSS  niiiiuiuMuimumiuimumLUiiitiiuuuiuiiuiiiMui'7  These Are Facts  ������x__0BV  We 1k:vc. i'.'.uch pleasure  in u'iiuo:im:i::ij In lhc Ladies  of Ctilyary thai we 'toil/  Revelstoke  e  Mminp, Firo and  Lifo .Insurance ..  Re-Op en  Our JJrcM-iiia/.'iiiff   P.irlors  Jar the .Full Savon on,  September Hth  Wilh.   a   coiujilele   -staff   of  ~ skilled Jiaml* wilder the su-  inirUtiioii. of  * i  fiZisa Scheuermann,  W'r.o cemes to us very hiyhiy  reeomnteiuLt'i ���������������<* ������ nujierior  (ir/i-sl hi desiyniny and creating Ladies  Oflice, Opposite C.P.R. Denol..  IMPERIAL ��������� BJ\HK  Or fi^SADA  r  _.!  Mto&d! Oiftcsi, Tflr-f'Onto  feid lip Capitsi S2.Ufl8l������e������  U.erve     -    -    -    -. 1,300,60 _���������  Eucctora ;  U.S. Hoivl.-inii    fivMdeii'  r.I!.JM..-c.'iH.,V;ci!.l"reK..(������<..0<iUnu  Will-am lUims.v, Robot I .liiO'i-ny,  Hugh iiyim,   X.  iSui.he.iliind  ijta>uar  ISliris fingers.  D. H. WilV-.ie. Genernl Muriiiger.  3_i-?.i".o_t__  North Wes'; and liritiHh.Ooliirat.ia  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS.   Mineral ProperM������-������  oponcd up by the��������� ���������   ������������������   ������������������    ,.  ..���������  Diamond Core  To cditnin nipiilly rhu knowleilg(.*nf the vuluo of j-oefi" or U.Irph  nothing is tn be i.'oinpiireil-witli ilm Dimnund Com* Drill, which will  Iji-civi- nicii-H in 30<Uy=~ thnn hu outfit uf mun tunnelling or -.inking  -hurts could urovo in ten yuiir.s.  Th(> DiniijOiul Oore Drill enn "licrco the moiintiiins nml leu th  ecref. (if what it ciontiiitis I'roiii tlieir very h������tu-t--, mid the morn ������o id  heme It   t'oriniitiou, the quicker ic will du its woik.  The Dinnioiid Core Drill i������ no constructed that it can be taken  ii  nieces" and puck ed on the tuicki of horses and carried   nnd   wot ked  iilmost iniieceKsilile places where wiiter can be obtnined,���������and  it  be in iilmost nny part of British Colmubia. ������  For full iiifoi-miUitm and particulars apply by letter or in person to  Kl'HtldoT)  i*-:ilga.ry  13*1 mnn t,nn  frirfex  i*V llll IH  Gn.ll  lias  the abolition   of tho  duty    on  binder   twine   mado   you   rich?  Covins snd Costumes.  Jn fsecurbitj 2I'm Scheuermann's sirciccs 'ice feel confident that v:e tall lie able to\1"*���������^  Wilis/tj the immt fastidious in  the via tier of idea, design  and finish.  Dress Goods  and Trimmings  The Now Slock of Dress  - Goods uvd Trbnmiiujs wil  be r-npacked in (he course  of a, feu) days aiid we would  respectfully incite an inspection.  Oilicial returns in the Canada Gazette show that Lhc net debt of Canada increased i'-..img the month (���������;"  .Tilly by 3-i,23S,S5S. This is lhe prom  isod '���������"next year." AVe are seeing  what   the   government  can   do.  iTUBERCULOSIS IH  CATTLE.  At the meeting of the Canadian  Medical association at Toronto last  w^k Dr. J. George Adamis, profe"--  To?of pathology in McGill universui,  Montreal and patholgist to the Uo  Sr__ncutu������l department rc-1  an interesting paper on the "S^-'  cance of bovine r-.tuberculosis and its  eradication and prevention mC^;  nMlimr with the extent of tuDercuio  SHi Canadian cattle, he said that ������  far as ho could see, there was no largo  (Ee?of coSmry iu the north temper-  a^zono in which cattle are so f.ee  from tuberculosis as were Canadian  SSue. During 1888. of 10.000 tested,  onlv five per cent reacted, and that  la-sely among herds where tubercii-  lo'cfs was suspected. Of 00.000 for export, examined at Montreal in 1WL  where special pains were being tak'->~~  to prevent thc shipment of any catilc  suBering from disease, only !>0 near  wer* rejected hy the Inspectors, an'l  ot these only two were recognized f.s  b-uffTlng from tuberculosis. SpeaK-  Ing of the prevention of the disease  h~> said the rareness of it made it pis-  slble to hope for the complete eradication ot it. In the old country ue  dlFcase was so common that eradication was impracticable. The most  that could be done tliere was to introduce what is known as Bang's system,  namely, that of separating the healiiu  from the diseased animals in separate herds keeping them apart, an'l  gradually, as the diseased animais  died of. replacing them in the sound  herd by animals that did not react,  and also by adding to the sound stock.  lt having been found that such calves  removed immediately from their  mothers showed almost without exception, no sign and no tendency tow.iv-J  th" disrase.  Dr. McEachra'J. chief ���������> etennary  im-reoE. for the Cimadiau government,  alzo referring to this subject, calculated that probably throughout the Dominion but 10,000 animals had showed  clinical symptoms and that was prob ���������  ably an excessive estimate. Were  there 10,000, and were these to be  slaughtered, even at full Talue. com  pjusatlon -would not exceed $250,'!C0.  Those reacting to tuberculosis would  be, of course, more numerous, and of  them 70 per cent of them could be fed  and slaughtered for beef under Riiper-  fi  SENSITIVE ANIMAL.  Many people use horses as though  they were cast iron machines, without intelligence and incapable of  feeling The horse possesses a Highly nervous organization and is subject to pain tli.- -.unc as cither animal".. It would be well to havea  few sensible ruic.v printed to govern  grooms and drivers in die management   of  horses   as   follows:  '���������Never kick a horse in the bei'.y.  Remember that a horse has organs  to bo injured just as a man. wind to  be broken, bowels ^o be ruptured,  "hffart-an_r"i'tnis~~r"~~n"Tj?nfirn-^it-innns*  and tendons to he. broken, injured  and sprained. In this regard use the  aniinr.l as you yould yourself in regard io draughts and chills. "Whether ^ in i-.iidillo, cart or wagon,  never start a horso with the whip  unless previously signalled by th-"  voice. In the a.-cent of a hill never  put on speed until the summit has  (been reached, and a few yards allowed to I'ci-iivcr Ptrrngth  he bu I: o.' iln.T'j start  their hor  ���������THE  HUDSON'S BAY STORES  CALGARY  'I'he Liberal government, solicitotu  for the welfare ot the farmer abolished the duty on binder twine,  and placed Canada at ihe mercy of  the combine. The twine which cost  7������,2 or S c under the protective tariff  of tho Conservative government costs  the  Alberta   farmer   lie   today.  A London i-ai.b: says: Mr. Ta_.-io  airived here much bettor. In his  own words be i:* well out of the bu=h.  Ke saiis on Monday to resume his  full work at Ottawa. He said he  would be pleas-ed to Pfo the Canadian  Pacific taise hold of the fast. Atlantic   service.  The dotation of J20O.O0O worth oi  shares in iho (.'....aria Cycle & Motor  company. .��������� csr-U���������'-zeil .. at .. S'X"j.Of"J.  whici: was" offered to, th. puCT-.e at  Toronto iast v.*...-*. was su'_sci-ib<*.;I  moro man twice over. The share-  were seven per ceiu preference sicc-i;.  Applicatians came fiom every part  or  the   Liominion.  Portage la V-u-coiivb-  Prairie Winnipeg   Prince Albert    ft. velst.ok--  Striithcona,' Golden, H.C, Nelson, 1J.0  "ONTAltIO,  Niagara Fallu   ISt. lhoinn.  I'ort Colborne iToronto  ".���������fail. Portage      I Welland  fault St. Wariei WnndHhoct  1- .tit,, Catharines ]IIuiiiillo_  Montreal, Quebec,  Having!" Hank Department���������Deponii.,  rf   Siil    and    upwards    received    ivdc  ul_ri.it nllowed.  Detieiilurew��������� Provincial,. JMunicipa  .ml nl her deb-uUU'es purchased.  Dia.t'th and Lowers of Oi'Bciit��������� Avail  ible at ali  iioints'ln Canada, Unite*-.  j Kingdom,     united    Stiil.es,    l-iirope  | India,  China,  Jnpim,  Au-.tralia, Nov  /.(���������aland, etc  Gold   Purchased  1  This Ban!. Issues Special Receipts  which will bo accounted Sop at any of  iho Hudson's Bay Co's   Posts In the  Yukon ur.li northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN,  Bannger Revelstoke Braiiuh  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ^d Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  CT.ll arid sae u-5.  Wecau fix: you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  J.    D,  REAL     ESTATE - AND  SIBBALD,  MINING     BROKERS,     REVELSTOl E  Largo light bed  roouii.     Rntes  THE DREYFUS SENTENCE  Tiible 1'ui'ninhcd with  tlm choicest the inprkec  alToi-d-'. J?:"-t \V"iiiM~  l-iiquors and Jig.ici  $1. a dav. Monthly rum,  J. ALUEflT WTONK, Proprietor.'    .  RATKS.   $i.oo   PSH'O.'/  Good accommodation. A. * good bar  well supplied with choici" "vine.  liquors and cigars.  The Revelstoke  At   a   meet ing     of   the   cabinet   oi:  Wednesday   it 'was   (Ic-rideri   xo   raise  th.;   saiarics   cf   floirt     Coinmifhiouer  d   spec-..', i Hcnklei*.     ami   P.   W.   Ciemc-iiL,     ill"  r. i se-iiil  advi'-'-i- n'  lilt- founc-il,  lo  S.li'b >  wnon   i:i   or   lo   y:iriln   from   the   lop ! a   year.  I-"xhau-:".l  and   p:i:ieri   hy  tbo  ascent, ! Ogilvie   i  tho  call   upon   rNhau='i'd   cnci-Rii*-:   ��������� t \ A"  oinfr  tno very worst tit.ie  lends  to   ruptiirii'. I have   an  bowels,   broken    wind,   sprained   tendons,  worn nut  i'i,&,c>-.c.,a  horse  Fpoii-  d   for  life.     I'   -s  not   one   call,   ;���������  the   daily   cali -,   wlii< li    lead    in   ihe  break  down" I  A.-i   beforu  ann'iuncni     T^Ir.  io  rcrfive .-filfiijo  per  year.  (.iin-ialK  in   the   Yukon  will  I acreage   also,   .iiid   miri'--   of  j ilinn  will  I:,'  alowf'd to speculate    In  '���������  IUII1PK.  I'ARL'.S   I'-UOM   Tin-:  Rennes,   Sep.   12.���������Colonel    Jouaust  ITpl-a1f1    [Rl.mi weekly]  has declared that Dreyfus must serve j-"-L~-.io.ivj.  10  years  but  speaking  with    friends ,  today he expressed the conviction that I  thero  would not be  fresh  degrading, :  this ceremony required the    breaking  of tbe prisoner's sword and the tearing off ot his epaulettes, but   Dreyfus  never had his sword restored to him  and  he only  cvore    undress    uniform  without epaulettes so that it would be  impossible to carry out    the   regulations   for  desradation.      This  is  Col.  -7cni3Tises-vi':w;---T-hose-who-think^that.  Drevfus will be released    in    October  be-aus.  tho  five years  he  put in  on  Devil's   island      will   wipe      out  tho  present sentence saw in the first instance that he was sentenced for ox-  actlv 10 years.     He was sentenced to  10 vear?, nsit because that happens to  b<i. c!oi!bl������ hi=; term on Devil's Island,  but becaiisf according to the military  code, th" recording of two votes in his  favnr fixes The term of detention at 10  vr-ars.      Had the verdict   been unanimous  he   miKbt  have  beon  sentenced  to 20 years.  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Brown  & Pool  Proprietors. ,  A  PERTIi.T.'JT r,P?Z:-,L.  I  WlItF.  :i   famine  in   India    hav-:  rears oi  bc'ii  roHio". (..!.  Nothting   ea-,   : . ��������� t..r   ,ll..,.rnte   tte '���������     *���������'*  Tcml'"'  UnU  T't^J���������* ""  vicious   "fleet   <rr    p:.vfy   ii'...,-:imciii. ! r"uol'<*  a I-'Tdon  for  Dif..fn...  than   tno pei-pi.-i.aet   Igi,..'-ar.> .- on   th" j      Pour   train   of  .Johannesburg   iV.ii-  part of  tlu- ministry  of tho  fact that i gen   liave reacnc!  f,'a|)'"io'.\ii.  Has  more  readers    in  North  . Kootenay than any other paper;  has  more advertisers  in ��������� Revelstoke  than      any  other  paper;  does  moro job  printing  in the  city than any other paper;   it's  news is more spicy  and up-to-  date;  its influence     is greater;  its advertising rates are lowest  circulation  considered;   its subscription rate is only $2.00 per  -annum ;-it-covers-tho-field.--Try  it and be with the crowd.  Write to  REVELSTOKE HERADD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  --g V. ESIlST O  JT  Do  Vou   CClant  a   fiome   in    This    Grouting    Cnini'ng  ani  -t^ailcnay   Centre   9  Tht* C. &'K. s'earn Navigation Compatiy invj sj'.ai of '.ii-in  lighitul jjioperty in lt������ve]stoko.     Lt is charmingly   situated,    n...-;tlv   to  to any portion of lhe town. - Gome and er.quire about it at once.    Easy  terms if neccsaury.  LJS_ole_Rqen������_  _j*  MORE STORMS  T. D. Piekapd  ...71SSJ1YER...  Oold..Silver or Lead".   Copper   (>ii|il mid Sliver   Gol.l or Silver and Uuppi r   (/old. Mil ver and   I.".'ifl   (.T.-.ld, S.lvei, Lend and Copper.  $1.51)  2 0(1  . 200  .'2.."ill  , ...on  ���������1.00  New York. Sep. 12.���������A strong south,  (,-im  wind, almost, aproachlng a htirri-j Prompt Attention to Samples by  Mail  cane   in   i eir city,   prevailed       in   this,      rja3h Must Accompany the Sample,  vicinity for -*"vr-rai  hour'    this after-  noon and did considerable damage to   F.Ont bt.  tli"  i-'hippins'  in   the  harbor and  pro-  l.r'rtv oa S-'tcn Island and several of  tl:.   towns along the Jersey coast.  Revelstoke  THE PIONEER LIVERY-���������  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake  S.idJie , arid     Pack  alwavs for hire.  MOKKsr  Hni'MK)  Freighting  anil   Teaming  specialty.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's  Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Ijike City.   l*"or particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson'sLaniuno  '&2S. ^_5!������5_s28S3������&2S'!:tfi*5^3^^ 3S?{  fe          Send for a Copy of tbo Third Annual Edition K;  $                                             of  ft  9  Winnipeg   hah   :���������,:���������   the   pa-.t  year   in  the  comnions,   and   In   the senate   for  two   years,    br-r-n    nnr. prpsentcd      To  try   to   explain   this   on   the   ground  of  necessity  nr just  reason  would   li"  folly,   an-1    v.-hen   even      sovfTiime:'!  siippoi-trrs   am   confronted    with   th"  question,  thoy  simply smile  and  siy,  "Oh.   the government   will   bring    on  the   election   when   they   are   ready:"  Party   exig'-ney!      What   things     are  done in  thy name;     perish   Winnipeg  polish all ante- election promises and  policy, but save tho  patty;   and  what  a  partv.    How  the mighlychave  fall-  en!     } no.     fr...     trade      Cartwright    Australia  apohgizing for tlio maintenance of the  oppressive tariff, chief noam-el  for tli--  great    bogus   lings   and   land   ���������-lerih i ���������.  before    til"    people.        U.ivirl     .Mill':      I I '���������  puritan <'f |il,-erali"ni. :--.ini!ip<l -ind  helples-s 'I'. Mie ovr.r'.v|i"lml:ii.- .rm'-  ness of the senate, bis voico seldom  heard on any great subject. Of the  under strappers, Sifton, Blair and  fielding, they are what wo might expect under the circumstances, and  from their antecedents, thn true  apostles of cxpediencey. nut what of  L'.urier.  What,  indejl  The prize fi.;ht ia\vh of Colorad-i ,  havo been  declared  iinenr..4i.itinicin.������i.    j  .las. Hughes bas been corn ml I led j  for trial  for murder at <;o!<>n  THE fJOER SITf."ATION  I!.  Capo Town. Sep.  12.���������Four   . trains j  ,.   i containing refugees    from    Johannes- j  '.'. ! burg arriv"<:    here    yesterday.    Refit- 1  '.-jrcnmrr   Ainarciifi    l*.:i ���������*   :*"turi.H'' j r/.( .." have   :k\M>    arrived     at   Durban, j  ftn:n an iiiisiu-cf H'ui bunt  for And r.r. | iiurini; the r.asi  wc-ck th" relief com- .  ronton has b.st liis c:w' in ili"  suit for "i'I.OOO agnin.-il Hir. liominion bank.  Kronen Canadian public opinion in  lh-_ preponderance is favorlatie lo  Dreyfus.  Large shipments of, Canadian good-*  will   bo carried   by lhc  "vVarri.-noo  Hotel-  Plumpor's   Pa.p,  Maynw Inr.nd, P.  Miilw.iy liotwccii   Vniici'.lv'i.'l" .-n'i  Vlclorln  to  Many   attempts  arc  to  b"  made  injure   the  Piu-i;   r-xpo-.-ition  .i-..-iiig  !->  the  -..-i-iji- i   in   ih--   li!"Vf,u-  ���������:���������������������������'-���������-  !l-e n-;i:nr ��������� o-iri 'ii.-ir'ial ii:'i.-;'*  have petitiouf'd ihe rrcneb pp.sidcr.'  not   to  again   degrade   Dreyfus.  Willie Houston of Chatham wa*.  committed for trial for Lho manslaughter of Lylc Stephens, in August  last.  Precautions wiil lm taken i>y the  Ti. S. gov. i inn ont cutters to keep th"  passage   cleat*   for     the   ' Shamrock  mittee of Johannesburg assisted  2.000 j    -ri,i_i tu.inl  Ii .���������Itii.ici   nn '"������������������ "f Die hig.  raves   of   riir.fress   reported   throughout l .>.>imlfiil Mnwl-i In IhcfiilK r.r flcinirin  U,   -rUr,U-i.\                                                       '    C:Hia.-.li-il'-Unlitr'il: ^will'-mtlnic nml l.-'lilii-.-:  tlu-   irano..vil. j i������v.-n :.'iinl.imi.l l.utliliic.    |   ., ( _ ,_  .I.-ihanr.r:=biirg.    Sop.    12.���������The    officials of tb" Netherlands Railway com-  pany have h"n notified to hold themselves  in  readiness  to guard  t.he  line  " i ir. tho evTir of war.      ftalians in the  i Transvas'   have decided      to    remain  neutral should  hostilities    arise.    Tho  Transvaal   Hollander.-,    here    held     a  mcctiin: lodn;/ -ind ;ir|opled resolution",  "f sympathy -i-lth  tho Transvaal por-  frnmnn*. and pledging support   o   .liisiillii: iil.iec t" s^.-nifii lin;!iliiy iluriii); the  li .i-iiiiniiK-r iii'iiUIii"- ' ,,  'fn.- mk-.irin-r l"ni-i-i V.-inceiivi.-r on Meinliiyf,  anil >.'(������������������������ lV..������lmiii������t"r on Tluir������l_ ya mul Sut-  iinlnv.",  M ilcriie rare".    .Ij.jilv lo tin: M|H'.-i|.'cr.  rtEVEL-STOKE-  ne  chiettain  Living on his glory as the smasher ^.^'Il^;ia''r.;"e  of the Belgian and German .treaties, ! <-o umbia rae.  as the most popular premier of the . Manager Mallic.oii of V\iiinipe=:  ynbliee parade as the greatest coIj- ' has boon appointed joint m.-mtiger of  nial   upholder' of   imperialism.     Hut ' the   Canadian   bank of  Commerce  at  vl:*5on, while   In the caso   of   hi������hly   where is  the  great statesman    with ; Montreal.  Raymond Prcfontaine, M. P. for  Montreal, who recently visited Alberta, will be called to the Sen.it<������  in tb" room of thc late Senator Bollo-  rnsi".  Active ste;)s arc beinc: taken to  r.fcnro lh" oilicial recognition of Mr.  Justice Ttichprdson as chief .iustlco of  the Nonb We-t Tcrritoriefi. The mat-  Ior has l-".'*i brought lo lhe notice of  Mm premier by thc Law socioty of  the Territories.  S-'ash  ;~riti  i-oo;'  PflCtO  v.  ���������"niinf-TCt-t'r p^r.f  und Dealer.o in  An'i. ri,.r,r������. TnrniiiL--.. PH-iiS". f.-rncr  I'.li.i-l;--. Meiiliiii.c of (ill l--inil_ fancy  Onl.l.-'.iiiil Winwliiliwo'-fc. Hracki'M.  ef pv.rv '.."-rii.tl'tii made t" erdcr-  Stor.' ami OtTice FitlhiH, Vlndmv  , rranit?, willi caFli fittcil a 5|.---einltj'.  ilic I-��������� 11"t mni'liliK-ry. Dry kiln  in-ciniii^. Call ai'd g-ct til-icis l.rfore  iruiiii; i'l9i'.wlii>re.  SAWYER & MANK VG  !  I  City of Revelstoke  Complete and i.������_?afo!e.  Mil About Reyelstoke  Thr. (Ififeifii;/ lo lite Wonderfully Iiich il, iy,?f>xi fff'islric.t of North  l\ oal c iif.-ti tind Co nor Jfir.-r.    Thr h;;r.yr.y H'oin', for //in  Hit)  Ijt'llll.  'IronI. f.tlir.   Lct1flctl.il,   i?'.i,((HM������fi  --1/-  /'C7*{ Canyon, Jordan Pass and Eagle Puss  J)i.slrir.li>.  Iiiminetus Mot and Biusi-  iiftm Houses.   Tha name. Occupation and. Residence of  Every Male Resident,  in    thc    City.  Pries,  Addhess :  50 Cents  R.  P. PETTIPIECE,  Revelstoke, B. G.  Tm  A  i2^fi ^ss^w^i-^ea^^^^s^^  <n !<  Ti������  4  //?/?%  Rioting Follows  His Conviction,  1 I! I  Latest Developments   in   the   Boer   Crisis,  Rennes,    Sept   11. The   expected  has  happened. Dreyfus  has   been  condemned but though thc majority  of those In the court -room this afternoon fully expected the verdict,  they were completely stupefied when  it was given. 'J'ho silence wliich prevailed ln the room, tho- way thoy  turned pale and caught their breath  was moro Impressive than any other  manifestation could have boon, lho  text of thc judgment Is as follows:  Saturday, Sept. ft. tho court martial  of the tenth legion army corps deliberating behind closed doors tno  persident put thc following question:  "Ib Albert Dreyfus, brevet captain  of tho fourteenth regiment of nrtll-  lcy, probationer of tho general staff,  guilty' of having in 1S94, entered Into machinations or held relations  with a foreign power or of its agents,  to induco it to commit postily or  undertake war against Franco or  preserve means therefore by delivering letters and documents mentioned  in documents called the borderaux.  acording to the decision of the court  of cessation of June 3. 1899?"  Votes were taken separately by beginning in the inferior grade and  the youngest in the last grade. The  president having given his opinion  last thc court declares on the question by a majority of five to two.  '   Yos,  the  accused   is guilty.  The majority agreed that thore arc  extenuating circumstances iu consequence of which and on the request  of the commissary of the government. The president put the question and received the vote in thc  above mentioned form. As a result  the court condemns by a majority of  live votes to two. AlfredDreyfus to  punishment of 10 yoars detention. As  the audience left tho court room fully  10 or 15 men were crying openly and  a majority of them walked quietly  down the "streel for more than a  block without speaking a word.  Meanwhile a tragedy was being enacted in the little room oft the court  room whero Dreyfus listened to the  reading of the verdict. Ho had been  told the result by his lawyers and  had wept bitterly, but when in the  presence of the officials of the court,  listened impassively to the sentence.  The first sign of troublo manifested  itself immediately after tho verdict  became known. Men proceeded to tho  Cafe do la Paix, which was jammed  with antl-Dreyfusards and thero gavo  their owu version and in a few minutes the anti-Dreyfusard demonstration was in full swing the people  sitting at the tables rose with shouts  of-"Down with the Jews" and "Vive  l'arme" and demanded that the baud  plav tho Marseillaise. The band was  obliged to* comply with the demand  and the crowd bawled at Lhe top of  their voices, altering-the words to  ���������'March on. march on, against the  Tews." Sticks, canes, and hats were  waved and then thc crowd sang "Vive  l'Arme Conshuezles Juifes" finally one  man shouted. "Let's march on the  hotel Modern.' The crowd f^oxx-eA a  strong, disposition to follow this  advice and as the hotel is within 100  vards of the cafe, the situation began  "to look black. At this moment a  strong body of gendarmes and police  headed by detectives rushed into the  cafe and - cleared every one out. at  the same timo mounted gendarmes  and dragoons with carbines slung on  the'ir backs galloped up and threw  themselves, across the road-, leading  to the hotel Modern.        .      '  .  Other detachments of cavalry Beveled approachments to the cafe and then  gradually closed in on the crowd  which was now large and extremely  threatening and drove them like cattle  across the bridge and over the river  and,into the upper part of the town,  which was wild with shouts of Vive  L'Arme" and "Down With the Jews.  "Ar*"number~"6f-the"-"mostJ-noisy---of-thc  demonstration were arrested \and the  cavalry at quick trot broke up every  group and forced participants in-the  demonstration out of the _������sntre , of  the town. It is reported that r.s  Dreyfus was condemned to ten years'  detention and has suffered already  live years' solitary imprisonment  which counts as double the ordinary  detention he will be released' at the  end of a fortnight. In the meantime,  unless the president pardons him,  which many think certain" as being  tho only solution of the Ipresent situation Dreyfus will havo to bo degraded hero again within eight days.  An Affected Contempt.  Paris, Sep. 10.���������Tho antl-Dreyt'tis  newspapers   received   with   contempt  Manitoba and the North West. It  was all harvested In Manitoba in excellent trim. Greenway will bo horo  In a couplo of days and will then go  to Toronto.  Hon. Clifford Sifton arrived yesterday afternoon from Quebec, whoro  he was conferring with the premier  Sifton left again in thc evening to  join   his family al Brockville.  BANKER ASSIGNS  Wm.  Mowat "and    Son Compelled    to  Close Their Doors.  Stratford, Sep. 11���������The private banking firm of Wm. Mowat and son mado  an assignment to John Brown, M. P.  P., owing to talk affecting the standing'of the institution. There has been  a steady run on tne funds of the bank  by, depositors for several months, the  culmination being the issuance of a  writ for $2,289.39 on behalf of ono of  the principal depositors. A statement by Mowat shows assets $115,370,  and liabilities $70,655, giving an apparent surplus.  HEAVY WEATHER  MONSIGNOU   BRUailESI  Al Present in Winnipeg on  His Way  to tho Coast  Winipeg, Sept 11.���������His Grace tin  Archbishop of Montreal, Mgr. Bru-  chesi, accompanied by his vicar gen'-  oral, Mgr. Racie, arived in the city  on Saturday and is at present staying with His Grace the Archbishop  ot St. Boniface. Bruchesi is visiting tho West in search of health and  will go through to the Pacific oast,  visiting the Catholic entres en route.  Yesterday morning he celebrated high  mass ir. St. Boniface cathedral and in  the evning ho officiated at vespers  ai d spoke on the immaculate conception.  DROPPED DEAD  Mr  Shantz of Didsbury Called Away  YesLorday Afternoon  Olds, Sept. 1.���������Elias Shantz* superintendent of the Didsbury Sunday  school, di-o; pod dead yesterday afternoon as ho was about to dismiss the  school Mr. Shantz was about lo return to Ontario for his family after  th- harvest, and his shockingly staler n d"ath has cast a gloom over the  coinnu.-nity.  THE BUBONIC PLAGUE  Thc   Disease  Is  Subsiding and  There  ' --"��������� Is no Need for Alarm.  .-.London, Sep. 11.���������The (bubonic  plague iu "Portugal shows no tendency  to spread biit is dwindling. _. 'The  British Medical Journal says. there  is no need for any alarm of the disease. .   *  INVITED TO CHICAGO  Chicago, Sep. 11.���������A special **om-.  mittee to invite tho governor genonl  of Canada and members of the cabinet to attend the festival next month  left today.for Quebec, where the pre-  senation will be made. The invitation-for the governor is similar to  those  presented to     President     Mc-  iinley and othei' distinguished  officials. The mayors of Quebec and  Ottaa .will also be asked to attend.  ' KILLED AT  RAT  PORTAGE  Mike   Ilealy   Loses   His   Life   While  AUompting to Board His Boat  Rat Portage. Sept. 11.���������Mike Healy  ���������"\as drowned here last night. He was  at on . time a newsboy in Winnipeg,  but has boon a resident of Rat Portage fo- several years. The latter had  been employed as engineer on the  steamer Balmoral. On the night of  the accident he was seen bv manv  friends and left to board his boat,  which was lying at the foot of Main  street. It was very dark and hi  evidently attempted to spring onto  the-bulwark of ,tne steamer, which  stood about five feet from the shore.  He missed ris hold and fll, striking  his head against some obstruction  which severely injured him. He call  ed forjielp and was distinctly heard.  oir"th-> Main street: diaries Worth  ran down to his assistance with a  lanter'i but failed to see anything of  the. young man but his hat, which  was floating on the water. The body  was almost immediately Vecovered,-  but life was then extinct.  Causes Loss of Property and *lfc at  New Jersey.   -  Atlantic City, N. J., Sep. 11.���������A  number of boats succumbed to the  heavy weather today. The crews of  tho fishing ships Ella and Large and  a party aboard the yacht Elizabeth  were rescued, but the fate of the  others  is unknown.  FATAL ACCIDENT    AT GLENBORO  Glenboro, Sep. 11.���������Jonah Christie's  second boy was killed yesterday aftsr-  noon by falling off a load ot when  while on his way to town. The  wagon passed over his head and lie  died shortly after.  SPARKS FROM THE WIRE  CHURCH   DIRECTORY  THE ROSSLAND  Of THE LARDEAD  liardeau  Ferguson  Is the richest  mining district in British  Columbia  Is right    in  the   heart    of   Lardeau's  rchest mines  Now is the Time to Invest in  Ferguson Real  Estate  And Here arc thc Reasons Why  You  Should Get in on  the  Ground Floor of this Rising Mining Camp  MKT1IU1H.-"'- CHURCH ��������� Uovelntolce.  I'.i-iiuiiii.K __i_.iu._i uc 11 u.in. uud 7_tu  p.m. i'i,.,, inHHiiiK ut Ilm clone o( tlie  morniiiK Mjivii.u, ivnlinth school mm Bible  OliiKn .ii 'ii.iu ii.iii XX', uKly piuyer u.cetlnn  (ivory i\ caiii;t,..rt> uVu..liitf ul ",1'Mt \i.lu. Tlio  pillule nre ooitliully lnvtii.il.   HeulH Ireu.  KKV. S. .1. THOMPSON.  1'amor.  Church of England Sunday Services  Eight a.m. Holy Communion; ll  mooting, litany and sermon, (Holy  Eucharist, llrst Sunday in tho month);  2:30 Sunday school, or childrens'  tervico; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy     Days���������The     Holy  Eucharist is celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8  a.m. as announced. Fridays���������7:30  Evensong, with spiritual reading.  Holy Baptism is administered usually  after Sunday school at 3:15.  E. C. PAGET, D. D..  Vicar.  PRKHUYTElUAN CHUBCH-Reyclatoko.  Sorvloo i-vorv Sunday ai 11 n.iu. nnd "-Hi  p.m. Bib'e Clisa nt 2:30 p.m., to whicli  nil aro wrtlconie. Prayer meeting ai ������ p.m.  every Weihiosdiiy.   BEV. T. MKN'ZIES. P.Btor.  '.'"OMAN UATDOLIt; CHUROH ��������� Revel-  lx- nroke. Maps llrbt (ind ihird Sundays In  month ar, 10:30 a.m.  ItEV. FATHER THAYER.  SALVATIOM AllMY- M-.'tlimn every night  in llio:r lin.ll o-i Fiuni Street  Thos. R. Davey  Trout Lake City  Notary Public Mining and Real  Estate Broker and general Commis -'  sion Agent. Mines reported on and  Estimates given for work. Latest reliable information as to claims work  iug and for sale in the district. Good  Poospests held easy.���������Write or call.  Undertaking and Embalming:  P. Howson & Co.'f  MucKKxzn: avb.  llot.iil Dealers In Furniture.  New  Dewey has left Gibraltar for  York. 1  Timothy Eaton, of Toronto, was  seriously injured.  W. S. Davidson was killed by a bi-  cyle in Toronto.  Eph. Campbell, of Strathcona, was  badly gored by a steer.  Premier Marchand was tendered a  demonstration at Isle Aux Noix.  M. P. Haly, an engineer on the  Balmoral, was drowned at Rat Portage.  Tho import business at Montreal increased wonderfully in all lines during  August.  Tho Boers have decided to accept  ono of the three courses proposed by  Chamebrlain.  Hundreds of American tourists in  London are unable to procure sleeping accommodation.  The Victorias defeated the Winnipegs in a closely fought lacrosse  match for thc city championship.  It has heen decided to send lO.l'OO  British- troops to Natal bringing the  force there up to 15,000.  A large percentage of the United  States soldiers in the Philippines are  on the sick list and the natives are  becoming more aggressive.  Tfie loss to vessel owners and  shippers by the sinking of the Houghton is tlie greatest in the history of  the - lakes. ��������� . i  PONTON'S  CASE AGAIN  Toronto, Sept, 12.���������The divisional  uas dismissed Ponton's appeal against  the decision of Justice Street dismissing thc action brought by Ponton  against the Dominion Bank, for  $50,000 for.wrongfully arrest in connexion with the robbery of. thc bank  ,at Napanee. The case came up at  the Cobourg assizes in March last.  Ponton's counsel could not have the  trial postponed till after the trial  of the coming criminal case of the  crown .against Ponton. The judge  refused postponement and Ponton refused to go on, saying that three  material witnesses, S. C. Warner, W.  H. Durand and Robert Mills were absent. The case was however dismissed. The divisional court' upholding Judge Street in refusing to postpone  the  case.,  THE CENTURY FUND    \  ,West Selkirk, Sep. 12.���������The services connected with the Methotlist  twentieth century fund at West Selkirk-held on Sunday and Monday evenings netted the magnificent sum. of  $688. of this amount $663 was laid on  the plate on Sunday. * .   .  A PECULIAR STATEMENT  THE ANGLO BOEB.CRISIS  Causes Much Interest at the German  ' Capital.  Berlin, Sep. 11.���������The probability of  war between Great Britain and - the  Transvaal is discussed with much  interest. The press comments are  mostly unfavoralbo to Britain. The  general opinion soems to be that tbe  Boers were wrong    in " making    the  Relchsanzeigcr, concerning the. Drey  fus case.  Rome Excited. /  London, Sep. 11.���������A   dispatch   from  sentence  prone  enor  the statements published yesterday .in SSSk.STwStS'n the   SSTta���������.  the official     portion   of the     Berlin !_tm ^ lBritaiu doubUess has  ile.  cured a free hand it is not likely that  Germany, France or Russia will remain impassive spectators. If the  British were defeated there the papers  Rome says the sentence pronounced "^ ���������������������������"������_a ������*���������������^GJZ%&������  against Dreyfus has produced enor- South Africa, nc uoers are emi���������u-  nfous excitement there and thousands ������"S en masse to German temtory  of telegrams of sympathy have been ��������� Then, it is added .that Britain ������,11  sent to Dreyfus and to Maitre Dc- *2=' to ol,st Germany from Sou-n  mange and Labori. ��������� According to the Alrlca-  same despatch "the pope last evening  sent a telegram to President Loubo-*..  A Brutal Injustice.  London, Sep. 11.���������A special despatch from Berlin says: "It is now  permitted to be known that the war  oflice has documents proving conclusively that Esterhazy and Henry betrayed tlieir trust and only the permission of Emeperor William Is no������d  od to show that the conviction  Dreyfus to be a brutal injustice.  London, Sep. 12.���������The Rennes correspondent of The Pall Mall Gazette  says that the verdict,' unjust as it is,'  has been hailed with unalloyed satis-  faclion-and-will-be*"**acceptod���������by"the  French nation as final.  Rennes, Sep. 12.���������During tho trial  eight to nine million words were .telegraphed and 3,000 direct, messages  were sent on Saturday after the verdict " ,       ' *  " First :  Is in tho heart of the mines and so  tituattd that it will always be tho  outfitting point for all the bi" shippers.  A glance at n map of the dUtrict will  convince tho most skeptical of this  fact.  Second:  The miner, and mine owners will  make their headquarters at Ferguson.  Third:  Next yeor Ferguson will have two  railway., namely tho Lardo Dune in  aud the C.P.K. Both Iin. e have been  surveyed into the town, and the Lardo '  Duncan are right now clearing tbe  laud for their new depot and woik-  *'��������� , shops, sideways etc.  Fourtti:  The Silver Cup, Sunshine, Netiiu L,  Towser, * Tr.ie' Fissuie, Bad Shot,  Broadview, Old Sanoma, Silver Queen,  Silver Belt. Thc Horn Ltdge Group,-  Big Five, -Wagner, Abbott, Holy  F.mpire. and other well known  pioperties are tributoTy lo Ferguson  and are all within a radius of 10 miles  of tlie towiioite.  fiom   is   thc   Golden    Opportunity  ��������� Next summer may be too late lo get in at  ground floor prices.   Advice���������Act lirompt-  ly.        .   /':  Ferguson  Is absolutely without a rival in the Lar-      0  ��������� dean District.  Lots Are Selling Fast���������  ��������� Spokane Capitalists are reaching after Fer-  ���������juson property and expect to pull out wilh  a handsome return, as experienced by them  in the early days of* Bossland.  Why Not You ?  Lots selling now at from $150 to S250���������  Choice, Cornets.  ������������������:���������*   *- -  -���������^-AiU-Mnformaticn-cau^-be-^procured^on-���������=^=���������-���������--���������"  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1658.  Itcirnlnr  mi'i.liim  arc  held  In the  ilililfi'lluH'* Mull mi the third Krlit.iv  i.l'.'.ii-li innntli nt 7..lii|i. in.   Ylsitlni.*  lir.-iln-i'ii i-orill.illv invited.  XX'. tl. Illrnev. W.M.; H. T. I'otti-  niece, I'ci:. S.; P~.A. Kcttlraou Kin, Sec ; Thos.  Stood, Treii'iin'r.  Court  Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F., N0.3461.  Mcots In tlin Oil.l-  fi-Howi' Hall on the  iml unil llh Krldaj-Hof  cadi month. Vleitlnu  breihron Invited to  attend.  B. II. Ciunpbell,    K. D. J. C. Johnson  Chief Ranger. Rec-Sec.  ^evelsto^e  Hospital  Maternity Room i.i connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Tlra.  McKechnie   and   Jeffs, Attendants,'  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymar).  Draying and delivery work a npeelal-  ty. Teams always ready on .���������horteat.  notice.     Contracts  for Jobbing taken..  REVELSTOKE  !F{0N WORKS..  Blacksmithinert Jobbine  Plumbing-.   Pipe Fitting  Tinsmithine  Sheet Iron "Work  , Machinery Repaired  Miniqg Work a Specialty���������_______  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke   Station.  application to  St. Leon  Hot  prings  Upper Arrow Lake,  * . -  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Well Known for Their  Health Giving- Properties.  Both Hotels Oper\   iiiimiiii������t.������.������imiimmiiiBiiiiinH'������  Tho Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily,  A'Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers  and the Springs.  Good      Accommodation both  at   thc   Springs   and  the Landing.  , Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free.        Kates  ���������"-*       =-$r."25^pWday;      "; " "=    _________________  F, BUKER, Local Agent,  FERGUSON TOWNSITE  NEWS  FROM HUDSON'S BAY  Montreal, Sept 12.���������When th*  steamer Enterprise steamed into port  from Manchester here the chief officer, Captain Beatty, related that  near the Straits of Belle Isle ho fell  In with the schoner Era of New Bedford, Mass., wliich reported she had  been frozen up for over two years  in Hudson's bay and was only 14 (layout. The captain was seriously ill  and medical attendance ivas required.  Captain Beatty could not send a doc  toi as there was none on hoard the  i_.nterpr;.:e.but he supplied plenty of  medicine and the schooner made for  New   Bedford   after  her Ion   absence.  w.  GRAIN INSPECTION.  The Winnipeg Committees Which Will  Bo Chosen.  ALMOST A BLOCKADE  n_ year old, was committed-for trial.  He was admitted to bail on    W000-  On August 14th young Lycll Stephen, was fatally shot Tlie lad Houston bas lired four shots from a 1- la 1-  bert rifle inteding to frighten a party  of voting people who were about a  bonfire. One of the bullets lodged  young Steplieir.3 abdomen and He  died  a 'few  days later.  MANITOBA  MEMBER'S  MENTS  Ottawa, Sep. 11.���������While the    dift*3r-  ent  boards required    in     connection  with   the   grain   inspection   act   have  J5(- not  yet received  the approval of the  governor general.    They   have   been  selected  as follows:     Survey board���������  Navin,   Hastinge,   Spink,   Thompson,  MOVE  ''Atkinson. Board   of   examiners���������  .Thompson. Spink, Muir. McGaw and  ] Navin.     Representation board of west  ..  j trade and corn exchange on western  Ottawa. Sept. 11.���������Hon. Mr. Green-  standard   board���������McGaw.    Thompson,  way   arrived   here  last  night.    Hugh .Matheson, McCullough and Young.  John alacdonald came as far as North j  ^   Bay on thc same train but branched oft to Toronto. I The following cablegram, ciat^-i  Kon Mr.Greenway sayB that times September 7th. gives tho state of th?  are bright In Manitoba. Everybody is qndon cattle market: Hest American  delighted with the imense crops. He steers, ondon. ri^ia'ic; best at  calculates that there will jjC some. Liverpool 12s. sinking the offal.  oO.OOO.OOO   bushels  of  grain   between   Trade slow;    demand fair.  Sault Se. Marie, Mich., Sep 12.���������  AU precautions for avoiding accidents to- delay the fleet which is  crowding through St. Mary's river  are being taken. Captain Davis, of  the revenue cutter Morrill, has got  control of the situation. Hay lake,  which is 14 miles long, was today  dotted with batches of steamers and  tows for nearly the entire length of  the channel. Tows are getting under  way at safe distances from each other  and as the long procession is necessarily a slow one until the deep water  is reached by tonight. One fleet ot  200 vessels will be in the race for the  lower lake ports tomorrow and evidences of the blockade will then have  vanished.  A TORONTO CEREMONY      ,  Toronto. Sept. 12.���������A military body  -MiuwH as Pumnnin Phalan, Horn  mrtford, Conn., 170 strong, were  arrivals, in the city last night. 1 he  ���������object of the organization is to keep  .lUve tbe memory of Central Putnam  . i Revc'i:tionary fame and to do so  V inorc c-rtf-etirely they dress 111 a ui.-  form 01 thc time of George Washington Tbey came in last evening  ���������Ttfid stay until tomorrow afternoon. -  '  o   \        A  FIREMAN  KILLED  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  and Soo Line.  M.    BROWN,  Proprietor.  F<!-r>   -MANSLAUGHTER  A Fourteen Year Old Boy Committed  for  this   Offence  Chatham.   Sept.   32.���������rThe   prefimin-  ary trial of Willie Houston, only son  oi   Uie    Chatham     police  magistrate,  charged  with manslaughter was concluded today and thc lad, who 13 but  ���������Toronto, Sept 12��������� Charles Bronc  brnt,, 35 years of age, fireman v.  tl. 3 Canadian Pacific railway wa,  klled last night at Myrtle Broad-  bri tt was on his way from Toron. 1  ji.nvction with a train and while pass  iiiit through Myrtle leaned out of the  cab cose window. Instanly lus head  cat ne with terrific force aamst the  dd e ol the watertank crushing his  ski ill and dislocating his neck, lhe  tra in was stopped and Broadbeni  lift _ed out but he livod only a few  mi nutes.    Dece ased   was unmarried  PREPARING FOR THE RACE  Days    Acrcss    thc    Continent _by  thc  "IMPERIAL LIMITED"  The fastest and best equipped  train crossing tbe continent.  Trains leaving the Pacific Coast  TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and  SATURDAYS connect at Fort  William with the palatial lake  steamers "Mauitoba,"Aibeita" and  ���������Atlnba.'ca" iicrofs the great lakes  }, D. Sibbald  *���������'....��������� ���������  r  REAL ESTATE  -MINING  AND  INSURANCEi  AGENT  u  McKenzie Ave,  F. JWeCJIRTY  I Cew York, Sep. 12.���������Secretary Gajce  tod lay initructed the supervisor of the  am thorages, that this port is to use the  Un I ted States cutter servico to pre-  vei it any obstruction during the Col-  un: (bia-aamrock race's.  For   inforinafini",   time    cards,  map* and tickets apply to  T. W. URADSHAW,  A������i'iit, llevelstoke.  E. .1. Covlk Asst-Gen. Passenger  Agent, Vancouver, B. (J.  ..Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  MUTTON JIND SJI13SJ1GE  Fish   and   Gariie   in    Season.'      Markets., at   Revelstoke  Revelstoke Station, Naku9p, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  BIB _������i_s_s^!_iro_:  SESJHIiarcSKSBBWW'.*'  _S;  Don't Send Away  for your  Photographic  Goods.  When   you   ran   net   everything you wunt a*  ou_ tern price- nl tliu  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD.  ������_S^-MhI1  ordor-   lmniedintely   intended   tn.  CHAS. R. JlcriOSAI.n. Miuinger.  McKEXZIK  AVE..   l'.K YK1.STOKK   STATION.  LOCAL AND  GENERAL   NEWS  is renewing  fur   H-ist  ' a constat ion  flfa  ftw,  /&  //it-rx.. '���������' ,ia sf���������,&-���������?������  ���������/tiH/n/Jb-  sM*r  l&AS  44hC/h-   OsfL*^  Poiindkeeper Fleinin  opeiution- agiiin.  W. ���������(.:.   Wells,   M. P. 1  Kootenny is ut tlie t-o-ist.  Mrs.   Perley   'ind   Miss   Pci-h  >}iayiug a visit to Hi'Vi'lit.iki".  Pluns hnve been prepared fin  ."dilfi'.ihlu ndditioii to the (J.P.H.  heie.  .1. It. Sutherland i-ctiii-neil Ihis week  fii'in a liHu'iiius. I rip to Trout Luke  Cily.  It is espi'fti'd in lllerilleiyiU'!/ tbnl  work will shortly be ri'Miined on the  l_.iiii.irl~.  The next sitliii������- of the (luur.ty  Ciuirt, will be held by Judge Pin-in next  Tiles-liny.  .1. .M. Kellie, M. P.P., left, on n Ir.nrieil  siiiiiiiiiins for the ccuist on Wediie.-dny  evening,  T. L. Hnitr anil family returned fiom  their ciiiiipihg expedition down river  nn Thiii-dny.  No quorum ngiiin ut, tin: meeting of  tlie executive council of tlie bun ill uf  trade un Thursday evening,  \V. F. Crage mnl Mrs. Crime returned from a trip to Illccillewnet, and  Albeit Canyon cm TliU-.cl._y evening.  Thednte of the advertised meeting  nf the .Conservative. As. uciiiUun lias  been changed to Satin dny. Sept 2Hi.l.  '��������� Joseph Genelle left for  the  northern irnldfield-- yesterday,going by way  "." of ��������� Victoriii,"     says    the  Vancouver  World of Tuesclny.  The No. 1 Fire Brigade lind a enli to  .a burning chimney lit T. Montgomery's  residence nfc supper time yesterday.  !No material damage was dune.  J. D. Sibb-Id left this inorn'mg for  the (rlengiiiry to start a euuple of men'  tu work putting up a slune cabin un  the property fur winter cpinrteis.  A nretty sight is the morning parade  at t he. Goiiluii block of the little' ones  of the two" junior rooms under their  teachers Mis-s Glover und Miss ISilgur.  The O. P. R. snrvev p'-trty nre lurul-  int: the line throu<_;b the Inwn. The  railroncl will run,directly.tbi'-nugh the  lieni t. of the town along Park street,.���������  Topic.  A. C. Titus, attorney of West, Superior, Wis., is in io������vn. He is in tn  limk over tin" Celtic croup on lhe  North Fork owned by Archie McDonald and others.���������Topic.  W. II. Viekers has beeu stationed us  mining recorder in a newlv discovered  copper and gold cpiartz district in rho  Atlin division, which is known ns the  Rainy Hollow section.-  G. \Y. P.eacli, of the. Boston and 13.  C copper Mining nnd Smelt ing Co.,.  returned to town from Boston on  Thursday evening. He wns accompanied by (Jhas. Rumens.  At the regular meeting of the !__. O.  ������.. lnstevt'iiing a committee was elected to make iiri-iingeiiients tor the  l-ec-epiinn of Hun. N. Clarke Wallace  here upon liis return from Vancouver  next week.  -The work nf clearing the cemetery  wns started yesterday afternoon by  W. Fleming's working party. Great  carp is being exercised lo spare tlie  living vegetation in the progress nf  the work.  The Salmon.. Arm fall fair will be  *.-held on October 9 und 11). Sports.  1ciutli--ll matches, etc.. will beheld nnd  a good time i-* expected by the thriving farmers along the fertile, shoves of  ShiiMvap lake.  Daniel Stainperis solit itiug the voles  and influence uf llie workii'.gini'h on  behalf of Mr. Atkins, of tlie Kootetiay  Mail.-md ck-rk in tlin court house nil  tb. bill, as either l"ot- in.ivni- or as im  iilderiii.ui nt tlm next municipal election.  Fred. Robinson,will have two lumber camps going '"lhis winter, one  ^-llc-ross-llm-i-ivi-i'-aiid-the-cither-OH-his  new lease -it tlle c-anynn on the Big  Bend road. He intends to keep the  tnivn supplied with firewood from tlie  latter camp.  _S. Sutherland, nft.lv. firm of Mc-  Kinnuii ii Sutherland."Ferguson; w.-is j  in town ye _t"rd.iy. lie reports everything flourishing in that (piarter. The  line weather ha-** helped things cv.it  and there in e (piite a iiunibci- ->f in-  ler.iiing inve-tois and inining men  looking ovei- the country.  Mrs. S. Ij. Saunders left on Monday  for Calgary on u visit toher parents.  Hev. S. J. '.Plicimpsun has gone to  Trout Luke City tu hold service tomorrow.  Tiie lure fn New We.stiiiiiisteriliiring  the fair will be $12.-10 ret urn- The fair  luUi'K place un Oi-Uiher .'., I, .*"> und (i.  Mr. and Mrs. It. LaughUm veuiriied  '.his week l'rniii Si'iillle, where Mr.  Ijiiiigblun was laid iip fur some time  through illness.  Tlm Sutton family gave a. free open  air eniicerl on Wednesday and following iiighls Iiy way nf iidvertisiug iheir  pateitt ineilieiiies.  Nn less than 12 bears were seen Inst,  week at. I he Twin Lakes, just east uf  ClaiiwiUiiiin siding. Lots uf large  tiiuiL are nlsn repuii.ed in llie lakes.  The Host iin & lirilish (.Inliiinbiu  Oopper Mining and Suielting On. have  shipped ai'.ntlu'f largi' ipiiint.il y uf  supplies, 12.0U0 lbs., to the Standard  Basin Ibis week.  Tiie United Slates. Germany and  the Kevelstoke Kiil'ui-in and Labor  Association having boycotted the  Paris Imposition, the cheese may now  be considered as removed.  No. 2 Fire Brigade were out. on a  practice run last evening, with very  satisfactory results. The new no/.'/.les  and appliances are all right and there  was a splendid  head nf water.  Tlie Ladies'?Aid of the 'Methodist,  will hold a Japanese social at the.  residence, of Mrs. T. Downs, on Second  street, on Tuesday evening next. Rev.  Guru Kaburagi," Mrs. ICiburagi and  Miss Misotio will be present, in Japan-  e.ie costumes.    Admission, 2"i cents.  Rev. II. Fiennes Clinton c.iiiie infoi-  a short visit to ltevelstnki? on ".Thursday ..morning unci has kindly consented  to take the services in St. Peter's  cliurcli tomorrow. Services will be a.s  follows : Oelehr.il.ioli of the Holy  Eucharist at. S a.m.; Morning Prnyei  and second celebration ut 11 a. in;  Kvensong 7:30 p.m.  The Methodist ltecnnler, a. British  Columbian organ of Ihe. MctbudUt  cliurcli published in Victoria is the  latest addition to Iiie lll~l".\l.li's exchange list. The Recorder is issued  iiiinillily and is handsomely gotten up  and printed. It will no doubt, prove a  welcome .visitor in the JMelhodist  homes in this province. '-"'  c  Pe.v. Gum K.-ibiir.'igi of lhe Methodist Japanese mission in Vancouver,  is in town this week looking  after the spiritual interests of his  fellow countrymen in t.he city and  district, nf whom theie are'iiboul 200  on this C.P.R. lie will preiu li morning and evening in the Mi-Lbndisl.  chin eh here tomorrow in the abaence  of the pastor at, Troul Lake  Dr. .Maclean's iiianv friends will be  glad to hear lhat very gond accounts  of him have been received frniii the  coast. Dr. Maclean's family have  iii-ranged with Dr. Cariuthers, of  Kdinburgli. to lake over tlle house on  Third street, and look after the doc-  im-'s practice until the hitler's ret urn,  which will be probably in November  or December.  of transporting Uie' ore at the present  time is by - " rn winding " down the  liiiHint.iiins, currying it. by wagon to  the river, where itis taken by bout In  Hobsnn. loaded on the curs und drawn  ten miles tu Trail. It is tliis process  that makes the trn'nspnrtution so costly.  Mr. Crownliart, explained the process of .*ra winding" llie ore. The ore  is put in sinks, sewn iu cowhide wilh  the hair side out. then u' mule drugs il,  down lbe trail tn t be wagon road. He  says niu' mule will pull from 1.;">()()() to  _.UI)(I pounds of ore by this method.  Silver (hip mine expects to ship 200  ti^ns a innnl.h with these facilities.  The o'ro.friiiii this mino last, year netted  I he itwii'ers over $100 a tun after paying the expense of traiispnitiitiiin tn  the.Miii'lter at 'frail.  The Nettie L.'mini.* shipped 15 Inns  of selected nre last, yenr for which l.he  smelter people paid .^4IUii ton. It cost  $21 a ton to get, the. ore to the smelter.  Mr. Ci'ownliail, visitud thu smelter  plant al. Trail, which is owned by the:  Ciinadian Pacific people. He says it  is a fine, plant and cost.-$150,000.  Tiie smelter' people buy all nre as il,  is brought in nnd pay furiill the metals  found in'it according to the assay that  is made.    '��������� ' ���������     '  At Ferguson Mr, Crnwnliai't niet  William vBi'iiyton, formerly nf this  city, who holds un impiirt'int position  us a sort of an advance agant forthe  Great Northern Ruilwuy..Company.  Mr. Crownhart, predicts great possibilities for- the Tront Luke district ns  soon as it lias been opened up by the  railroad, and he ..think.'the .mines will  prove richer t linn l.he Ro'ssluiid mines  100 miles further south of Trail, whore  itis snid J. T. Murphy formerly held  mining interests.--West Superior  Inland Ocean..  66  IHE  BADINS STORE"  No Isujstei'., Xo l-'vas, Just Husiness, That's au,.  09*  es o  tBBiasa&XK&Bnx  ]U  @MlH.\F^'.>M.WW������,r'.....  All Sizes  All Wite  One Grade  :;:;-{::;^^-Kst^-'"^;  NOTICE.  Application for Timber License  Notice Is berobv (tiven that thirty ilnys iifter  (latu I int.ml iipplvini! to the Chief Commissioner of Lands mul Works tor a license to cut  unci curry, iiwnv timber from tliii following  described lands sltiutteil on I.iirduau creek,  near Hit town of Ferguson, district of West  Kootenav. Coniuiciu.i.iK tit u post pliintcd nt  the southwest corner of lhe townsito of 1'erKii-  .son on tho south or loft hunk of I.iirdciui creek  thence running sonlh So chains, thence east  V_!5 chiiins, thence north WI clialns, thence  west Vis, chili ns to point of ('oiinneiieenieiit,  uontnlnlng loou acres mure or less.  ANIiltlCW 1--EKGUSOX.  Ferguson, 3I.C, August 18,1899.  MlNEllAb ACT lSWi.  . Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  '.' Wavbiilev " Mineral claim situate on thc  Kevelstoke Division of West'Koolenay.  Where loealed:   Ilownlc Creek.  TAKK NOTIOE Unit I, Thomas Ornlinin. as  Agcul for the Waverlev Mine biiniled,(foreign)  Kree Minor's Certilieate No. It. P-Mll, intend  ���������ilxlv davs from thc date hereof, to ui>i������ly to the  Mining itecordcr for a Certillcato of lmprove-  ���������iiu'iils for the purpose of obtaining u Crown  liriuit of lhe ahove claim.  And further take notice thnt uction under  lection :17 must lie commenced before the issuance (if such Certilieate of Improvements.  Dated this l.'ilh day of August, lWI'.i.  THOMAS CIllAIlAM.  Meols llrst and third Tuesilny In every niontH  in the Oddfellows' hall. Visiting brethren Invited.   '  H.VAIIXHR, T. U.L.TAYI.OK,  *  Secretary. President;  SELKIRK LODGE NO. 12, I...O. O. F.  .Meets every Saturday  cvt'iiliig III Oddfellows'  Halt at 8 o'clock.    Visit  ing   brethren   cordially  invited to attend.  y.   ,       ,1.1'AbMEU. N. O:  NOTICE.  gs aiLL  SXsJSXSS������  McKenzie  Conservatives! Attention!  To-Day's Announcements.  -Baltimore Oysters at Woodrow's.  DEDICATION.  (A Moimiiient Krected- to theVMcinorv of Rev.  V   V.tX. Ford.) :.y ,y ?.v,yy. v.',:?j.V -:-,:,.  This niarhle to th*Wi_emory r'aised.,0 friend, ' ;  v lly .those who "knew thee murk'' tlieir hope  '������������������:',. .'.and grief; .-'' 77, ��������� VV V.?, ?. .-'v. :;.'.:���������.'.? ���������., ���������_;,��������� ���������;���������**���������  Hope (if a joyful rcsiirrectlou morn.* * v.y  Clricf for the eudiiig ot.u life sobrlcf.. , ',:'? .  Butfar more tin ruble than marble stone v y ���������.;  Thy momory.in hearts that loved thee best,'V  ���������Aiid watched tlie.road' thy. gentle spirit trod-f-  --' A.ivcarypath to GoU's.eternnl rest;: ..���������;; '..j :./y :.  :ffrf7^i7,r,-:r :.r;:rr. :Vi?,,'Vy;,-.. F. ��������� o.-.STEEI.E.-f.  :'.,lleyelslpK;c,'';i5ept;':i3thi;:lS99,:;:;M  A special general meeting of the Itevelstoke  Liberal ICouserviilive Association will be held  ill the, oflice of .1. II. Sibbald.on Saturday lhe  Ultrd iiist'.'ttt s ii.ni.,when important business  will be dealt wilh. _,.  . ??;? ������������������iUU     ''������������������'���������':   "::   jo mn fin. ssinnALn....  1 >DIES, pMPORIUM  BORN*  Hanson  in ilr.  -.At.  Revelstoke.  Sept. 10th,  and Mrs. Chas. Iluuscm a son.  AimAiiA~MSOX-OnSept."15lh, to Mr.  mid Mrs; Ohus. Abriiliati-ison a son.  Pi-i-tipipok���������At Revelstoke. on Sept.  15,l.r.o Mr.and Mrs.R. P. Pettipiece.  ,-i daughtei1.  . UUUUUrU N OT IC B:fUUUUU  V i/'Svm. i'riee. of the Queeii's '-Tto'teK''V.C6nui-  plix.lS.CM intend, at, lhe? next: sit I Ing. of Vthe  Hoard'of ' License;: Commissioners, 7 to .. ni like,  aiiplication tor transfer of lU'Cnsei.to \V. 11.  Moore; Coinaplix, H.C:.c.V? ���������������������������'7'������������������'���������*.���������������������������������������������'  .'"." "v,y'"> yyy >���������:������������������:..-������������������ ���������.; VT^I'KICE..,:,  C:6maplix,;H.CM Sept..l2th, 18G9.'.:-ryV y:���������..;..?.'.:  J-/ ^'        *  i  Tnjitn WiiKirr, CnsTiii:.  Opposite Cowan'Illdck.  A'full assortment of all the latest  novelties in fancy goods just opened,���������Ladies' hygeian underwear,  special line of combination* childrens' togues, tarns and napoleons..  ,'f*"__^-St tun ping done to order.  M. K. La-wson.  Telephone 36.  P.O. Box 86.  1'j. IIimi]ibi'ies, chief clerk in Mister  ili'i haiiic Hobbs' ollice.������������������who lias come  here to 1 eside, will prove a considerable addition to musical circles. He  played the organ und led the choir in  the I'jtiglUh chinch ut Donald unil  during the last year has been a member of Christ cliurcli choir in  Vaticou- .  ver.    Mr. llumplu ies bas consented to    take the position as organist ill St.. For ~aU'. ImK price all ihe lumber, viirnl.ied  P..ii..'s ib.ii-ili hum .111.1 will nl-iv -it w*.i.i.l. doors, window-, tloorin.*..shingled roof-,  I 1 lei s 1 luiuli Heie   anil   will   pl.i>   .it   __.���������,__   ,.���������:i;,1:n,.,i   ,���������   Uir���������,.   IlmI���������,.   1U    nonaurr  tbe services tuinorrow. Trnn-poriiuion to llevelstoke i.r..\i.!ed    Applv  ,..   .    s-      ,-.                -, ,.   ,   t,     1,          to.l. M.>'oit. i:i>rris'vur,.l:i-V(:'i>iolce.        7y-ti*  \\ . A. ^ .111 Dusen nnd KA, Bradley. ������" -  who have been looking  over  Lhe Tete |  Jaime   Cnche   district  for   some  Lime  past, are on a visit to lown.    Speaking  to llie lll'UAT,"!  Mr. Bradley  said that  t.u far nothing h,id been  discovered ot  any  iinpoi-utiK e  iu  the   district,   and  t he country was a barren and hungry  looking section.    He thinks, however.  from ir]~yea"fs���������t^perience���������in---t4-ii;bc'.(s4_  that a streak  of placei  drift  1 uns for  about. SO miles between the Fraser nnd  north branch of the Thompson, which  LOST.0  Lost between rnion~_Iot-l, lhe Hound Hon<e  ...,.i Third street a ���������*ib ������c i- nitiliine with In le-  ^niland or'naiuent. Hcward ni \mmo_  Hotel. "  FOR SALE.  ���������OR SALE.-  Sout'.re Piano by belt maker-., price S-'OO.  ll'-nt for ?airie $-*'per month. Apply to .I.M.  ri ott. IlRrn-ter, l_.__v<rl--n'���������-e r-latioii.'      70-tf.  Mrs. Spragge und Florence- Spragge  have relumed totmvii nnd .ue slaving  at th" l'uion for ,: couple of week-.  Mr-. Sprngge bus been 1 evi.~iting  Field. Glacier -md other shou  ���������in the  Selkiik ..    A  nrmn<  ' Toi on"  7';-teer..   the   w-il known  wiigi-i conduclnr. has been  city of Trail, .w here all the suielting is  dn'.ii'.  ���������Pail, of his  1  trip  as  rail-  in   -i  might be worth investigating.  BRITISH COLUMBIA MINES  Crownhart Gives an Interesting Account  of His Trip.  Attorney Ciownliiirt, who has jnut  leturni'd   frniii   a   week's  visit   in   tl'.e   '  Tr ait Lake ond   Laiileau  mir.".ng*~ dis- j  liictsof British   ('oliunlii.i,   where   he j  went   iu   the   interest   i.f  ilium _,   hiis  tber shun   point-1 many tilings of interest to<ay of con-'  c.ipiLi'i aiticl,. eif' clitio'.i and picisp'.ct of iniiii's. j  in'i-s.  eh i-ci-ipiive  nf u climb iic.it-Gla I     Mr. Crownhart v is.it.nl  Ferguson.  ������ I  riel-appealed iccenllv in the S.itiudiy | small town in th" lieu it of tbe di-i rjri,  (thilie of Toioutn. j sevei il niiii'-'s in the  dis'rict  and   tin  fir-n,    V.  (.'. P. R. pa  promoted to tlle po-itioti ot Train-  liiiKte:* at Iievelsloki; in place of Alex.  Finest.      lt'siglled. Alex.      Fni'l-i-sl  returns to the road and will take Geo.  Itisteeii'- 11111 lii-l-.t-en V.iiicouvei- and  Kiinilciiips. uiaking his hou.e in V-in-  coiiver.��������� Kmiiloops Si'iilinel.  The 1-ievc'isloke Water., Power and  Light C". liave installed an arc light  on their shed behind the Oow.-iii block,  which i- workii.g most s-ilisiactorily.  Tlle li'-'lit is "ipinl to tAielvc _������> candle  power lights such as are used in lighting our streel, ,-iiul if ������������������swung, as an  lights usually are. across the centre, nf  the .street, would throw a light over  llii" best, part of two blocks (in each  side of it.  It i- r-piirted in Albert, ('-invnn that  a SlO.llf'fll hotel is lo be ereide'd theie.  A tir-t -class llotel would no doubt  attract, ninny visitors lo that point  which, wilh its natural beauties, ils  lepi.l mineral '���������prings and the scenery  along llie Waverley wagon rnad.  which is certainly unsurpassed for  grandeur in Kooten-iy. could easily be  luade a favorite resort for visitors.  Mayor McCarty will commence 011  Monday the erection nf a residence on  the coiner of Third street and Mc-  Kenzie avenue. .)'.' Kernaghan is in  charge of I he work. Tbe building  ���������wher. finished v.ill be one of the hanil-  Mimestdwellings in town. in size it  M-ill be a two storey building 'lOxISO.  with a basement cellar under the entire building and a garret. When  complete it will cost 85,000 and will be  <me of the most finished and up-to-date  residences in this district, containing  *Ii the lutest improvements in plumbing with the electric light and hot  ..water heating apparatus..  SI 0.00  Over 100: Records to Choose From.  Till-. !~'nnnri__Ti~ii_ I' (iMiri" r. lond-r. and K">-  Hiiiilc. :.. _._���������! out of order tlmn nsHiiy lilslicr  pri">-'l infi.-hlnc-. .1' 11 llri.-1'lu ciiicrtidniT  it'..run.' -\.-t <"il'l ev>;:une- tin' ph'.n .graph (-Kn-  ni.t [|.-snrp.is������i-d. Al! tin- ]ntf-i wnm, Ininil  pi.-i.-.   n'-striiin--ri.������(l    -"lov.   xn.-dle^-1,  comic  I'l'iutinn..'-'.(.'., h-s  liear'l  ii.  New  Vi.rk, I.m:-  on nnd 1-n.rl*.  CHAS. J. AMAN.  ? :���������'"���������:.'__(_______ 7 r  V;?:.ffUfU ?fiv;v'?;;;'?^.^fi:??fiyJ;Vv?_recond.Street  Dealers*iii.;..??y??V:y??'"r;:-y;:;:V' .??'?.yfi??:*.y:*y": ;"���������,,'.  fi.fi.?'4?s-fi-v-Farm"fiPrpaAice,S?  UUfUT7FiriiitsUUU:r'^UfUU'Ur:  [fl ;?..vfi?fi";A-Fish!V UUr U''f''::fU-f7Uf'rl  fr^r'-'rfUFfOWlsfUff'^^rfUrUr UU.  'U:7r':-fifi;;iGamefiin -Season;? UU"frr  fiifi fip*resiiisiip'ply:of tisii'every liiornhig. ? y V  ''^"s::: ���������"���������'������������������":7ii7:y.ai: usqiiolc yon prices,yy ; , yy/,  ������������������'.'-.:."���������; ? on vour, winter's -siipply- - ..: -* ,-;  ?���������'.'���������!-.':."-?:���������'of .vegelnbles_-yYou w'illuy.?;yy:.:.;  ���������:���������'���������-"���������; .���������������������������������������������,::���������:.-'. cdve- money'' and : get :,a ,���������-.:-. .:..."  7-,a   ���������/:.: ..'ijutteicjuiilivvofproduce. *;���������:���������..:������������������.���������,���������:..-.���������,,_  ^^-ti-'i''i-'h'i:'t'h'i:'l-'t-i''i''i:'i:'h'i:,i:'i:'i'^-i'^h'l'  Guy Barber*  Watchmaker  and  Jeweller-^"^  C. P. R.  Watch Ixsrrcc:TOi~.  Watches   "  Clocks'and Rings  HEST IN THE IVOlU.ll  ' ������_KJ~"AH repair work guaranteed.  McKenzie Ave.. REVELSTOKE  ���������r".  Take notice that tm days after date T intend  to npplv lo the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and works for permission to purcliace KVtl  acres of I11111I situate in the West Kootenay  district and oil tlle Liirdeau Klvoriuid marked  out. and described as follows:  nl. Dave Ferguson's Norlh East  post, is marked ",t..l. Young's North West  Corner" ; thence south -III chains, llieueo cast  ���������III (.'hiilns, tlicnee north -It) chains, tlience wesl.  ���������Ill chains to Hie polnl of commencement.  .1. .1. YOUNG,  August Ith, 1809. by Ms agent  (���������.���������Mill W. II. Pool.  ',���������������:    'iii'glnnlng  Corner which  Jas. I. Woodrow  UTCHER  Retail Dealer in--  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Ete.  sFish and Game in Season....  All orders piomptly "illed. -  and king btrcuts.  THOMAS O'BRIEN,  Solicitor,   Notary? Public,  Conveyancer.  Onice in tipper Columbia Xiivigatlon  and Tramway Company's  llullilliig.  GOLDEN. B. C.  ROOMS TO LET.  'Apply to u. Tapping.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  llnyal Pcbool ol Tilines,'Loudon.    Sfcveu yours  at   Morfu   Works,   Kwansea.     17   years  Chlot  Cliemist   to Wigan Coal and  Iron Co.,   Eng.  Lute (')icuilst and Assayer, llall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined und repotted upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  Miss Steele  Teacher of Music, Latin, Trench, Pencil ���������  Drawing, Landscape nud Figure 111 black anil  colored crayons, Oil and Waler Color on canvass, silk, satin, etc Evening classes lu English brunches aud matlieinittles. Studio,  Smith Hlock.  ^*___'*_l_*'_^'___?^'_'^ _7*_'^'*^'*J^'_t'^_''_. _^^t**_t'_i'_''_*'_?'^'ft'_*  t CITY SCAVENGER/-, $  4,                 * All Orders Promptly *|  ���������i* Attended To  T  ������       JAS. C. HUTCHISON. %  s *  ' FROMEY & CLAIR,  . . . . Contractors ....  UIllCK, STONE and PLARTElUNn,  EXCAVATINC.i, SEW'l'.ltAClE.  STltEET GUAlUNCi.  OontriictsTalccii.  Securliy given as called for.  Material furnished if nccessar'y.  ���������:^s<B>sp>  Hardware and-Tinsmithing.  ,,To: .insiircVvt'ftt'o of niiiv^Ks repchrds SHTcty:of your stoves;-got our  expuriehi!cjH'jiutl.inV-i:uVir stoves up.properly.:,: AVc^iitivor, uso  :])������teiU ,pi]ie';<\\V; lRtver^retfoniineiu'l  them. asHhey  <;ut our- o\\Mr..'ii������n.Ue..o(,-J-Ktovc!  price ay.the^uusafe kiuil  pii)us; nil riveUutl,.  1 We are diiUy expecting  ure.uot safe,  and  the Kame.1   . , _   ,   _ nrlond.  ofheatiir^ stoves,; all of'Xiuniey'K best makes, r. ,.Hf\vill; pay you;  to wait and inspect our stock:: ..We sut allfistovus up. free, and?1  luuYU_tlreJri'i.>>Knnil.\vor^  furnace youileed for'.tUIs'winter. -. .' >"��������� ���������'-.'''���������. UU.  ,^Uu---':-  _W. M. Lawrence.  Careful attention.'  Prompt delivery.  SW^&aeS ���������*/s-*Af/*j='r*f> ffesiSsJ^cis c  .1   FIRE INSURANCE^  S All clause-- ff insurable covered  ���������\ ,    at fair and uquitabli: rates.  I   LIFE INSURANCE  "S**  ;l'oUci������'s���������non-for foi tabic, pnar-  Vameed values, wish loan values, ���������  'thrbutshout the history of-r,the,:  ���������policy;- '!' .-':.���������:.��������� u'":\f -U  I  y   on good business: or residential 'g  ',?'������������������  property.*'  ''     -���������'���������'���������'" ���������' ������������������'���������'���������������������������'��������� " v'1" ^  S3^^; FAYETOBUKER* j  MONEY TO LOAN;  ons  Quaker VapGr Baths  $r.oo  !   I:  If' yonr ^dearest' friend foil earth is  seriously ill, you. wont to :be absolutely sure, that the prescription  for lilm or"her is accurately common 11 del and Pure?,Drugs .used.  We assure .you of* this iwlicii L\v'e  compound your prescription. V:  ���������    -���������������������������  -*- *   '    U-:-,   .-'���������     it' ���������            :-U   '". -      '-'  ,:.:���������": ��������� I>rUKci:*t< and Hint loners.  willfiQphyince?yo\i  ''uuuu^:r. A'lt.njjr test will biUhiiKe;yoiV.;i'/..;^v^4:.;fi:^  Try;:.iis^ycfipeijplai-who^arc sick iind \vear>M)f.  Vhahd-nu(-down "ficlothes;,- --'AVhy,?; ���������: Hiicnuse:  we (.���������an':KIT you-.'at prices; qualiiy.considered,  .which.are by; fiir,the;'cheapest in"the long run.  '..'liThairboeii said that it.tak'es a .riclv-iiian'ttd.  draw a chotdc, a horse;to ,draw-'a'ciirt; a; pretty.  k'm:\ tp' draw .attention, a toper to/draw a. cork."  a -free lunch to' draw a crowd, and jinod clothes  to co'ihmand dignity,;,wear/and-satisfaction.^-  ;:ffiv;;v?S^C^iIsan^^  v-Vv?VyvyV)::?:;V.y;?:yy;.::;y?;:MEni:iiANT. Tailou;  That's onr Specialty. ' XXe al-o 1 irr} 1  line of Watches, Si yerware, ������.n,Ul 1 iui  Silver Novelties; all  kinds of .lewelu.  I KM. ALLTJM, I  X The Leading T  j, Watchmaker and Jeweler. ^.  i First Street, next door to Hkhai.d ollice. ij.  4< *  W: lh. ������_r"nd;iieir to. his?business; advertise-  ;'���������'���������?'inent.'��������� ..'J:;.v.���������.'������������������'.'.-..���������.-���������..,������������������.���������'���������'���������''-���������'���������"���������'���������'' ''- "  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  tHi.'  (���������til  cb re  CHAS.   J-   AMAN,  Ac.'u; P.:  Parker's Steam Dye Works -1  Toronto-  Lndic  tains,  -l.v  inude  by  1 i'n.i.1. i'.n I  by  -.\,ip:.,n  nnd   sumo  I \vntjniriivi-i- iiiiiiib li'uiis.  I      Pi'i prusnn. lit- s.iid. i^ Minuted  in   tlle  SiTisiik iiii.untnin.s  nnd  tin-  smroniid-  inir sii'iiery is uuu h 'ninri' rtijrjfeil  und  jrt und t Ii.ni I hil (if  ihe   Rocky   111111111-  ini'iintiiiiis.    'I'lle tmvn is ul.  n   Ciiiisii!-  ei.lbli' .I'.lituile .mil sni.w  eun be eu.sily  se.'ii mi the uu'iiiil.iiii lops.  Th.-i i- uu- tin mi I i-i 1,11 Is iu! (i I-'ei'iru^'in  lint the ('.'ili'iili-m Pni-ifi-; mul n hi-uucli  nf  the  (iri'Ut   Nrn-t belli  railronds  uie  bein>i  pushed   i.i|iiilly  in   the  dislrict  nnil mc mnv c(iii-i i-iieled   in the  luivcr  cml   df   Ti<>nt    Luke    within   sevetnl  miles r.f T'ei Kiisun, ivhieh   is   neni- the  upper end of the bike.     There is enn-  sidi'iuble 1 i v.-ih y  ninon^  the   r.-iilrouil 1 ������in  (���������(iiupnilies   ;i-   t"   u hit h   sh.ill   net.   in \ Purl  lirsl. sin:l   bn'ili   nie  expeeted   to  have  thi'ii- lines firiis'iii'd  liel'i'ic snow flies.     I  There uie fi(.ill 1."*. to 20 tu-operties injSClENTIPlC  Feifrusiiti.    .Mi-.   Crnn-nhm-t,   s:iys.   on 1  ivbich there nie  kr.mvn   tn  be,  mines. |    l-'or the tuiiicr, jirospvcto  Si.me ule nil.-.idy   di'veli.peil   nnd   uicl    A new W.k iii liirg.'l  sliippini; 'lie "ri- tvi Ti-nil tn be smelted  Tlle (ue mini-! is u silver lend, culled  (falt'im and   rurries" ftold   nnd   copper.  The Jjolil runs from  ������2  to, S10  n,  ton'.  nnd in siinie (if   the  die   ns   hijjli   us 15  per cent, i-opiiei- is found.  At Perpusuii,where snmeof the mines  are  t.-ikuiR  out,  ������50.   but,  t.he  oust,  of  trunspoi tntioii to the smelter ut  Triil  covts about   _���������'������">.,   This hns lieen the  drawliiick to  furlhei-  (leveUipnient,  nt,  l'"ei*f_;iison but as sunn ;is the district, is  opened  I15- the i-aili-nuds, Mr. Crown-  hurl says then, will be a hifj rush  fur  the Held.   Already, he says, capitalists  nre visiting the district, nnd buying up  the properties.    While lie  wa.s there.  one propertv. onlv- prospected, sold to  an English syndicate for $!i0.(XX).  Mr. Crownliart snys the only means  *.. Hrttlis.hft.ve Ihewain... beiienclat etT.'ct a=  Turkish P.nth. with tin- ii.l.ltiioim! iidviin-  : ol  b'.-ing inor. cinivi'iiIeDMuiil inlliut.'ty  ipcr.    The llnth   c.'abin.--t. with  ordiitiiry  .vill In-i for yenr*.   It iinn ulji.iliiti; honr.-  ii.'.'cssity. iu.lisi.ei.,sitl_.|<? for genernl  bnthiTig  piir;>'.,''..s. and   pri'ivi.le-   ihi*. iiio-i   el..M!i-uig. I  purifyVnir aiui invii^oriLtin-.'  Imlliti: known.     It!  can t?c folded.and pa. Ued in.-oii-li h smfl.'t coni-1  i.n-n Unit every prospector should include it in j  iu������ pack.   ' ��������� ������������������������������������"���������������������������".������������������  ���������"_���������' CHAS. J. AMAN,    ]  CONSERVATIVES ATTENTION I I  " ii" av, no hi m.'cilm: of th.- T. 11 .*��������� r ��������������� 1 C'nii'-cri n-  liV" i"n-.(j_ '.<���������' Urul-li ' pln-..il.lu will !��������������� held  iu������:., A'.-'-inl-t-. Hull, Nf'.v \\'i'������tinin������ii.r, on  ti.,- *.*.1 dey ������if (i.-'..bi.r in-xt. i-omm.-nclng at  Deer Heads,  llirds. Aniinnl".  and mounted.  Etc., preserved  TIIIIUl STItKKT. ICASTCIFSCllClCH.IIOL-.-CK.  NOTICE.  h. n. s/niTH,  ���������" '"':'    BAKER,  ���������  -    GRQGER    ,  *;. ANDeDNp-EGTI0NER  fi-^-l  imve secured  the services of W. Kmill. n  iiisd class baker from the eiis't.  Flour bought in carload lots.  Free Delivery,-Prompt Service.  Victoria Hoad East, llevelstoke.  Large and Well Lighted  ���������sample Itooms   Heated by Ilnjt jUr and Electric.  P.elU and Light lu every room  l"ree Hum Eecls All Trains  Heasonable Hates    ...������Tills wmwL  .lOHN V. PRRKS, PitcipitncTuu.  Night  drill ito...,. in Connection for lhe C"^'^ of G"CStS  Arriving and Departing by Mght 1 rains,  llonrlv Strcot   .ar      *  Hetween llotel lind Station. .         iSl|@QM������i@MP^:^������  i^^l^jt;5  CHEAP FIREWOOD  Send your orders for Fire Wood to  FRED. ROBINSON, at the sawmill  office. He will deliver at $2.25 a cord  -in short.le.ngy������.^$^5oji:pord to those  who do their own hauling. ������������������--"-=*.  1399  .PROVINCIAL.  il f.It,������roi-ronf(*rvJttiv*'*  ��������� r\**\\\ to vntr i*fonrti!������,"I  !���������'���������  I iU'raI*������'un>^r\Kti,,������*  A  rsu'i   rueetiiiK^    rt.'Ktdnrly convcru  P'lrj--' *t*.   On** d^k^Kt" f'jr ���������*%' ry twenty niern- j  ������-_���������-* -.f "rich AHsofjajUui or  ItiMrlrt  nit-ethiK.:  l'Tf>. itrscan onlv tx!.U������*:d bv-./tiprntcTH of  tli������, ]  C;:i<m.   Advatt'.Hjic ninv. !/f. trtkfjn <������f thv  Halt-j  wu'y ?.������U"S lo-Rtid from'lh..   KxhiUtion which *  i^'^^intr li'���������*!dat rhe>ani������i ti_ru5.  \K II. WII.-'OX. f.KO. II. ( WAN,  I'ff-idenr. ' .-<������cratury.  FOR SALE  Application for Timber License  ii; h" \\(���������Jr,^t^n,: I     Nftict* i*������ licruliy ufven thnt hlxty dnyK uftcr  di*h*'U'ntci-(,hi)������i*n I flati* I {mend tn apply   ii������ the t'hiff iJoiuuii^-  i.-mtinim or I>:c~; woucr of T.hi.i|m nnd Wnrk-* for u  liccii^t' tn cut  tivc:H:d   for ..this j and   carrv   away, ilmher   from tin* following  d'?ycrihed"!an'!s, that is to say:     (*omiiu.iu;hiK  hi a i,������*.t marked " .1. Ihirklcv's Tim her l.linft,  N(������r tV.wyvi ("ttrnur To4-!," mi r.i if  \.w\w Creek,  a tnimttiry of !'iii^>ton i*riM*k, t\\ti  mlhjs from  the  continence  (if   I'.ijr   1 cdn:<' and   1'itiK^ion  i.r<Tk^; thence ca^l f-0 cfniiii^; thence ^-onll. m.  rliaiu������; ti������"iiv" west  So clonus;   dicuco  inrrtli  HOe)inins to point of.coiiiuu.'nctrnn.'iit, containing Mn acr'-i.  r,'j-r>7 .1. II .UKI.KY  Thomson's I.undinx. It.C, Soptumhur 2nd, l.sn.).  -i,  ������' nrcsses. nent.-' c'loihiwr. Shawls, c:nr- a\nnf\ -Will bti'v a  HBngings._--..iitli"rs. etc..cle������ned,| ,rc-������.:i! iDOUU. "n I. u_, P.  id.- All piircds,left with Chc.s. .1. Ainnn r-u-y vrnt������r;-l>&th rfloiri  r"i-i-lve 'prompt   nnd   c-nreful   attention. ?.    ..'    ,  r's price list, on npplicntion.1 --    ' '      ffiftnn ,   ���������   Will  .ni;  ��������� ���������'_-      '���������'���������-���������'..! OullU. on corr.t.  bur Avenue: 2-1 xCH; 'if,  riltiy rental is now ?-~o.  r���������l.-l  k -IO  hotline,  Wdlrl.  Itunied  -. light*.  it  'Ar.c hOlli":.nlCIT������������J.'(I  Fi'cond Street uud Mc  ms; city wiiier.i  NOTICE.  BOOKS!  naiticcr. ;  mind is "i'msfioctin*^, |  \ Locating and Valuing MIn������H,-M by Htrctch.  An'Icrsoii's,  I.iilci;*'  and (>..Uorncs' l*o.tk.������ on  prortpc'ctinK.   etc.,   always   nn   hand.      These  \vnrksuir_:*trni]Kly n.'conuaoitded forhcKioners.  An   ii.-spcction   of otlicr acicntidc -.vorkH.is  rospcctfully invited. ���������  CHAS. J. AMAN..  $600.  X ,' nil  _?������-���������-'  Wil  CHAS. J, AMAN,  Smokers1 Department.  The largest- and host assort*, d Iim; of tohac-  '*o<-. pipes, ci^Mr-J etc, in !he city.  Stationary l>i_!partinont.--A euinpiotc lint* of  stationery."inclndhiK all tlie latest and best  novels of tho day.  Confectionery.��������� A full lino of thc finest chocolates and bofi tioiiH always iu stock.  MtiKieiil DepurtmeTit.��������� (^roniid rtonr.J���������*Vio-  lins. Kidtar.-J. banjos, etc., by tbe old inn������terM.  Iliirumuicas in t'very key, a complete line of  musical avce^'Tics.  bnv  h (r*,veIHnK,  ������lti:atfd  on  id  if-trc.a,   ciMt- (,f   MeKen/.b:  ral hnti-'/H to r������.uti" In ^of������d lofantie������.  F. BUKER.  CRAGE &  MAYNE  ii  Notaries Public  and Conveyancers  Auctioners  and "Valuators  Sole Acents for thePmelter Townsite of Kevelstoko, IJ. C.  Application for Timber License  N'otl''.; itt hereby ^iven that sLxtv davs after  ' dtttc, J Intend to apply to the Chief-t'ominis-  | sloner of Land* and Works for a���������lic.e.n?** to cm  ' and ci' rrv nwny   tiuiiber   from  thi!.- following.)  de-rnhvf lands, thai Is'toj-ay: (joininctieing  j ni a iioj-i. marked "T. flrahimie'H'limber Limit.  \'*-rtv.* fi-: Comer Povt." ai the northwest ������'or-  | ner or.!. Harkley's timber Hrnit; thence west  i Vhehnin-; tliciic* Hrcitli S()chftin*<; thencc-eaKt  Hi chin ii-*; thenee n_irth W) chaln������, to ]-oint of  eorntn'MM-einciU. enntaine 0I'> acres.  '7J--7 T.   ..ItAHAMK  '  Thorii.oirs Inndiiiic, I..C, Heptemlwr 2nd, IMO.  I-I UK, LlfK   AND    ACCII'K>'T   A������.SUKAKC������  1599  1.-NDHU TIIK AC-IMCES  Royal Agricultural and ^ialjociety of British Col^bia  Hew Westminster ,B-C-  October 3, 4. 5 and 6  S  $15,000 IN PRIZES  Open to the world  A^r^OaND-?? PUEAStlRE FQR~F0aR WHOLE BAYS  Horse Races  Aquatics  Baseball  Bicycle Races  Ghampionship  Lacrosse./-v  Gymkhana -  Naval and Military���������  Sports./   >  Band Tournament  Football  IJ  NOTICE.  Application for Timber License  N-.itl.c I* ben-bv cii,cn that'ixtj-day after  fr r^"������������of^ th������sJisaas;  ,lcscnl_iid ^"^^V Johnson** Timber Limit  nl a nost marked ���������' A. JO"'|S"Jl ~ii irarVlcv^  list " ������l the northwest corner of J HarUe>s  ''.^ll-hah^-JhenccToh'^cliai^  SS.   to'lSrtnV of eomineneemcnt, containing  filil acres. ^   TOFIN?OX.  TlJmton's Lauding. B-C, September 2nd, 1S9?.  Magniificent Illumination  Grmid Concert each evening.  [.pmiiL attraction at the New Westminster Opera House.'  Monster  excursions from - all  points  at greatly reduced^  prices.  For special features see small billp.  No entrance fee charged for exhibits.  EXECUTIVE :���������His Worship Mayor Ovens ; T.J. Trapp; W. J. Mathers? C_Q.<  D. Brymner ;   R. F. Anderson; Aid. J. F. Scott; Aid. M. Sinclair.  For IJrlze Lists, Entrr Forms, and full particulars, write to  ARTHLIR MALINS,  Secretary. ___ _ __; ^        lv      #i  E. S. TRAPP/ President!  yf.,.H. KEARY,,C.onimissiofW*-'

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