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 //  : /  'i.t.f  />  y  r  Ji___L_n_|  J     s     *"  A"- ���������*  -isstteid T-wTaE-^.--VNrEEiK:--w-EnDisr3i3S3D^-irs   ^3>r3D   SA-TTJ^XD^-y&l-  Vol. in.    No. 71  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  um, .���������rr i..-.Mi-_----U--i   fii^:j)1r^ftl^l~-.������!^^_������5l^  !_^_^/5"_/^^/^/^.a._2\^.^S&>'S&!< * -  . . a^ ,__    _���������_������ %  THE SIDEWALK BLOCKED  3<3SSXSXS������<_������^^  Are Arriving: Almost Daily.  AH mil' 11111"*= lm vo hi .mi replenished with a cm ofully   selected _  nnil   well   bought .-look.     I'.ut  in ;thi-   following   wo cnn ntt'or  ycm vory special induce-neiils:  Boys' Suits  All kinils, .-ill prici'S.  Men' Reefers  A splendid stock.  Pants..  A large nml complete range.  is Growing  ,e Time.  A cluii'ucl eristic feature ol" this business is its constant, improvement, a '��������� growing  better" all llie time unci along the line. a. ('net never so much in evidence a.s at the  present time. Our ambition i.s never allowed to (lag; our encigy neve:; tires. ������wl our  progress knows no limit Our success in ��������� Kevelstoke in tiie past is tlie insijirationlor  stilf gi-e.iter achievement in the future, and that means a move perfect store organization,  a better store service nnd greater comfort and cm veni once for visitors at this slore.  It's all a, part of our plan of usefulness, und tends lo givo a greater measure of satisfaction  and plea.-urc for those who come here.  In lhe collection and distribution of worthy goods, this store leads all North Kootenay.  It has the largest buying, power and the biggest constituency.     Tliat fact touches every  manv-.ided business, and every year you  see values grow better and better throughout  the store, with conditions more and more in our favor.      Just now   .ve're swinging into  the   bissrost sea-on's business we've ever known.      That's   encouragement' enough  for  -, special "values :i.il over the store, including some splendid chances in what remains of our  % great- salvage sale " stalls.    Everything marked, in plain figures.-  e - 1 . ���������_____������������������  i ==?=--���������    !  ft  *���������  1  ti  6  I  The Double Sidewalk is Now the  Sticker.  m DEDISI3H YET ARRIVED AT  C_ 4-  Last Night Was Another Sidewalk  Session of the Council.���������Aid. Brown's  Motion to Call for Contracts Defeated  on a Tie.���������He Gives Notice of a  Motion Re the Sunday Closing: By-  Law.���������Either Enforce or Repeal.  The regular meeting of tlin cily  council took placo last, niglit. 1'resent  Alii. Kilpatrick. Grahame. McKoohnie  Wells. Drown nnd Ornge.  In tliK absence nf I lie Mayor, Aid.  McKechnie wns voted lo tlie chair.  COr.HHSl'ONWENCE.  O.K. Grogan with regard lo lln;  gMivi-s which'lho present line of the  t'l'iice proposed to he erecied loiinil  tlie cotnetorv will leuvi; unenclosed:  Reform nnd Trade Acsoriatioii asking  thnt th.i sidewalk ho linilt hv half  trontago nnd half general tnx nnd thut  the men who fought the lite at tip-  hack of the town lusl J .me he recompensed. On thc lirst point of the li- A-'  T. Association's coiiiiiiiiiiiention llio  clerk was instructed to statu flint the  council wns governed hy the Muniei-  pal Act, which does not, permit, of  building sidewalks in the method  recommended hv the association.  With regard to tlie cemetery fence a  short tlir.fii__.sion showed that the city  engineer had mistaken liis instructions  wliich were, to min a fence round the  whole of the cemetery.  police to strii lly  piilciico  the  Sunday  Closing Byl uv.  M \\ HYI.WV": ^  Bvl in No. 2Uel iling Inl i\ ing down  pipes mil v. Itei iii.uns hv Reielstnte  Will ei. Powei and bight Co. bid.,  and the ei ei I ion ol pole- hy til it i oin-  p.uiv.ind the lti'M-l-tnUe mil Tiout  Lake Telephone Co . bid. was iniio-  iliiccd .nul 11'.nl ifli-I tun." mil the  clerk was tn-ti u( ted to hand a i opv of  I he I.vl.iu to W Cowan, piosiditit nt  lint 11 (011 panic's Ior siigce-U'iti of  iiini'iidnii'iiis  Unili'i the lieul nf new bii-itu���������nf  all thing-. 111 tne woi 111 the <-iil.ui.ilU  iiiatli'i liolihed up ig un. Aid Ci ig.  nsUi'il whit lhe pulilic wruk- inm-  iiiilli'i' intended to do w ith S itnrd irresolution. Aid Kilp ill ick s nd th it  until it u.i- e\|)lnilii'il w h it lhe io-n-  Intion ineant thev did not iiu- in to do  nny I lung Aid.   Well-   a-k-d   Aid.  MclCei Imie. s-iice it wis in- vote  which pinil.i illv killed Aid. Btown'-  liinl inn. it he Mould oxpliin 111- Mile  Aid. .Mi Kee lime "��������� ml th it ne eon Id tin-  vote fot I he diuil.le sidewalk on Finnt  si reel md M( Kon/ie aM'llilo. lie al-o  thought a sidewilk wis iimiei e��������� i! s  down the lull on Dongl i- -tn et. Aid.  Brown s ud lhal if _li Ken/ie avenue  and Fiotit stieet weie left out the  propeity owneis on those ~*tio-t-  shoiild lie nideied to inep.nc the -ide-  walks joining their pi opei ties as in  iiiimy i.ises they worn in a had nnd  even daiigeious condition and I he  llrst thing the city knew -omeoiie  wnuld he coming on thetu tordniu igi"~  A iinnihei' of .iccniuils woioio id and  the meeting adjoin ned  LABOR   IS   SOVEREIGN  So Says Joe Martin and W. B.  Mclnnes.  MCINNES WILL RESiCft HIS SEAT  {.V  Underweai  Best assortment in town.  Boys' Gaps -> ,  The latest-and newest..-..  Men's Gaps  ���������'  Litest styles-, all pi ices. .  Neckties  The lalest fad.���������very pretty.  o  Bugs  Mats     -    -  Carpets,  Linoleums  *    -        Q11 inlity lell--.  Quality  It'll-"."  Prices tell.  Next wool, will be our exhibition week in all the stocks of each department. The  whole store is sparkling witli newness, and the mignitude of the displays, the novelty  and beauty of the styles, the astonishing variety and unusual values easily discount any-  evcr offered in this city.  In stylish Dress Goods, Mantles, and Millinery our leadership* is admitted, an I you  enn't imaeino a worthy style or qualitv we haven't got. The new stocks are lull of  abounding'interest to -'hopper's. No such care was ever taken before to make a store  perfect, and nothing that we can say will tell nearly as much as a half hour spent among  the goods, nicely displayed, in our s^orc. You ought to . come and see, it only to see.  Butlew people are satisfied to go away without buying something, ~ -' ���������  Our nim'is to make this store so pleasant, that you'll-want to come' every day..   Every  convenience   is  provided .for; shoppers, and people who dou't wish to trade are equally .  welcome with those who do       Business i������ solicited only upon the basis 01 absolute satisfaction, and  any   purchase  made, if not as'represented, may be cancelled, by Returning  .the coods. . * . * '  th*e city  in-ep.u o  nn  eight.  '.Extra-" Inducem<shis for  v * * *      ��������� ���������  .When the do'ors open at S n'clockfon  Monday  morning we want to have the counters  lined wiili en������._r"buyers.      We are perfectly willing to maKe cxtia inducements lor that-  purpose, and so have arranged values thai'are simply irresi.-ible.    It will bo .a day long  to bc-remcmbe'r������ui! by those who come to share our offerings. . . =  No Sham Sales  tiy--  Buisiness  11 c______i___-___-a_-__^t--:^=g^  \\   -' '      o .. " '   '     - - H  J$e-w Fall Gloaks  Ai:e Ready for "You.  ��������� We Want You to  Come Again^-i  XXc are alive lo ihij- own interests. It would he foolish, in  the face of persistent and keen  competition, funis tn olVeryou  11 tempting hait one day .-ind  overcharge ynu lhe next in  order to make up the loss.  , We don't promise you tliat one  dolinr spent here will go as fains as two splint somewhere  else, hut we do assure you your  money'.-" worth every timo you  iiuike a purchase of ns.  Our constant endeavor is to  so treat ynu I hat you will como  again nnd again.  AVe want the bndics of Revelstoke and their visiting friends tocoiiiu and  see our CbOAIC DiCPAlU'.MlOXT. As far as we know it is tho largest in  Kevelstoke. nnd rei en"-.-illeriitiiins and improvements will go a long way towards innking it. the h-it ns well. . But while .surroundings are all that could  he desired, it is the magnificent stock ni Cloaks we have leason to he proud of,  and which .will prove very interesting to our visitors. Our Clonk reputi'.lion is  Km well known to require "any emphasis from this store. It is enough to say  ^^that-we-ar������-ri������iily-\vith-thii-ue.we'.t_si.vles_in_  Keep Yotir  Eyes on Our  Fruit Window  CB.HUME&CO.  Wholesale and Retail  General Merchants.  Revelstoke and Trout Lake.  Ladies' Jackets, Suits, Capes, Dress Skirts, Silk Waists,  Wrappers, Tea.Gowns and Underskirts. Also .Misses'  and Children's Outer Garments in Great Variety.  This collection comprises styles aiiilcreiitions < from the world's foremost  designers. It reflect.- the dictates and fancies of those who set the p-ice in the  f.ishTnii centres of tiie world. It. repiesents that point.ol excellence, and  elegance never hefore attained in North Kootenay. But no need lo say more,  Cuine and seo for yourself. Bring yonr friends and visitors. You'll he surprised at wliat there is in slore for you. " ������,  Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Felt Hats  Thi.-is a Millinerv Store in a class of its own. Tliere is hut one verdict:  The; best, most complete and tip-to date MlbblNICRY display will lie found at  this store. That is emphatically true of our KKADY-T0-WEA1* FFAjT HATS  om-assortment or which comprise.- scores of distinct styles, including many  novelties confined exclusively to our trade.   Our stock includes:���������  Smart Sailors, new Blocks with Fancy Bands.  Fedoras and Walking Hats, newest shapes and all prices.  0   Rough   Riders   and   Golf  Hats,   the popular styles with  Oriental and Fancy Silk Trimmings. ���������  It, would he useless to attempt a description of the various lines. Nothing  short'of a personal visit, will satisfy. The earlier you come the greater will he  your pleasure, hucause now the assortments are tit their best.  PKTITIONS.  A largelv signed petition was presented hy it. Tapping, asking that all  sidewalks bo built hy half frontage  tax.  The city solicitor pointed out thnt,  tlie council could not hind ils successors bv declaring for a. half frontage  tax principle of building sidewalks.  Anv council could by declaring a sidewalk of public ni'ie.-sity build it by  half ftontage and halt general tax. but  each case would have to bu separalely  clecided on.  The petition was returned as re-  quo-led by Mr. Tapping for further  cil-L'llllltilill.  Till! SIDl_W.vr_.K.  ' Aid. Blown moved that  engineer bo in-tri'icted to,  plans and spocilications  for ,   ,  loot plank sidewalk along hoth sides  of .McKenzie avenue, lrom Victoria  road to l'"ust street, a six font plank  sidewalk along Fiist street and Campbell avenue to the south side of Second  stieet. along Second si reel. In the east  side of Charles stieet. to'Third street  and along thc east side of'Koolenay  street to' Douglas street, and along  siiulii side-of Douglas to King and  iilniig King lo ITiont and for an eight  foot-sidewalk on each sido of Front  street.  In putting the motion A-ld. Brown  said thoro wa- very little timo to bo  lost, as it wns nl ready sell led- to the  satisfaction of the council thatllie cil v  was tn go ahead' and build the sidewalk. The motion was seconded by  Aid. Orago.  Aid. Graham objected to the motion  ���������is ib left, the council free to go where  it, liked for lho construction of the  sidewalk.  Aid. Kilpatrick objected to coupling  in both sides of  two  stree.'s  with   th"  Local Notes From Armstrong.  Ahmstiiono. B.C. Sept 0���������The  weal her continues \eiv 11nf.iMir.1hle  for the nop-. Tne gi.iiu -hoiks in  some loi ih ties aie looking finite gieen  and the wheat th it is st Hiding 1-, beginning to spmuc in the lie id Bui  the skv is cleu tod iy and looks like  fair we ither again.  The flour null is running again .iftei  a two weeks' dose down.  The jew elo! has the foundation 1 ud  for ln> new stoi _ .  Mis. Schnbeit'siiew icsidenceia now-  ready foi lbe fiti'shiug tonil.es Mr  Barnaul has the (ontiact for the  plastei mg and ( hnnni'Vs.  Mie. Smith. th������ h iibei's wife, n lived horn Kin-i- this morning lo join  her liiisb.uid heie.  A git it, in iny pot.itop= aie being  shipped fiom this place. Thc ciop is,  verv good,  Quue i nuinber of the bovs ne seen  coining fiom the bush with gionse.  dogs ,nul guns Potiues is llio otdei  A'lOthei game ol football w is played  S.-itiiidiv .veiling, ('iti.idi.ui- is.  Knglish. md w is won by the ioiniei,  of ( out se  AVoiknn the While El ppl i mt mining pi opei tv ( omiiieiitcd tod iv  Tlle Silvei Si ir mine was bonded for  SjlSU.OOO this week. The (oinpiny will  put on a foiico! men at once. Tho  present shew iocs are vei y s iti-factoi v.  In all piohibihty the lonipanv will  pm th isi; lhen -upplies heio. whiih  will help.iii.itt" ially " the comic uty  nf tho Okanagan "   ,  As a Protest Against Laurier's Trickery"  on the Ch.nese Tax kQuestion. ���������Joe  Martin Appeals to the Labor Vote  Asjainst Cotton's One Man Adminis-  trafon ���������Semlm Orly Jumps When  Cotton Pulls the Stn ig.  Tne pi mcipnl speakcis on .Monday  .ifleitiiion woie W. W. B. Mclnnes,'  .M. P . .md Mr. Joseph Mai tin.  Mi Mi limes made (ho inipoitant  .iniiiiiii.ieiueiil tli it ho intended tn  icMgn bet.Ut-e of the l.iheial pai tvV  lelu-il to l.HM'tlie tax against Chinese  Su Willud bun tf i hnd pioniised'  during lhe la-t election lh.it in case  lhe l.ihuials weie loturned lo power  the wi-ho- nl the l_tiiti~.li Columbia,  inciiibeii. wnuld be earned out witli  the nie i of i.ii-ing tho ta\ on UhmesO.  Mi. Mi limes tilled both side-, a set of  political inck-tei- Tho people aie  sm eloigns and have the lemedy in"  then ownhmda and ho piopoaod lo'  appeal lo them on this issue.  Mi. Jo-eph   Mat tin's  speech  was  a  h.u toi the loi illation of a labor p.uty.  While     Mi.   Mclnnes   had      _ud  tho-  pi'pjile wtte sovetoign-.   his  idea  was  that though the} -lioiild be sovereign,-  they  weie  not   under  piesent conch-'  lions.      Ono man.   F.   Cu loi -Cotton,  pi..ctitallv   im   tho    whole  pmvinee'  and instaiK etl Deadman's I-land  as a  a in-e in point.   The Vaiitouvei people"  almo-t un uiiniou-lv warned  the  bud-'  gate mill a������ it would add at least 3.C00'  In tho population in a shoit limo.   but  F    (J ut ei Cotton   had  dele.ued    the  u.e.isnie  because   It   would  spoil  the  view fiom liis windows      He g.i~ e the  details   nt   tho iliaigo   of thainpei ty  agiinst     himsolf    and   -aid   w holds'  CineSsi. a pom man. hid htm  put   ui(  gaol     pi ii.tii.illy     foi    hfe   unless he'  answeied    questions   oi detect   by   the  totiit", in a si mil iv  ca=o  Mi-   Cotton'  hid  only  been   inipiisoned  toi   llneo'  month's  Reteningto Liades uiuoni'~m, what  they needed was an non-tlad uuioii~  suuiliir lo that of tho henthois of lho'  baw Society. The society had always  hiiunded hiin and the thief moier in  the ( h.impeirv chaieo had acted in a  gio���������h unpiofessioii.il manner.  Tinning to pobtits. Mi. Martin   ������aid_  that the Now-Ailvcili-ei's howl  thatr*  to linn  the   Semlin   government mil.  meant a l etui n oE Tin nei ism w as  l ot.  Evert lin.lv knew that Tm neu-m  -was  de.id."   I3i en supposing   ���������'Tutnei ism "^  j could contiol a iiiajniity it had  a  coi.-'  -litutioiial light   to-do   so.    lie  was  put out  of the  Cabinet,   he  s ml.   for  I lightu-g   foi    the   pnutipal   that  tho  iiinioiilv should "I ule      Ai   all  events  nne "alu'ass "knew 'what, the Tin tier  j(<4*<*^***4***+-C*e<-������**������ -+4&**6**<f********<S*^^  prupnsed so-i silled ti link .sidewalk.  Alii. Crage snid ho was not prepared  to take.astiong si and on the double  sidewalk on McKenzie avenue -md  Front street.  Aid. Biown explained that both  sides of these streets hnd been originally mentioned in iho half frontage  tax recommendation, The motion  only asked for what wa.s originally  proposed by the full council and if a  double sidewalk was i dpiired then, it  was now.  Aid. Kilpatrick said that, the original proposition for half from.-ige lux  h.ul boon dropped entirely ������������������ind in the  -secruicUpi oposal-nf-tho b.-i.n d nf^works  for onnstriictiun hy full Irniiliwe lax  there was no mention of a double  sidewalk.  Aid. Crage agreed with Aid. Kilpatrick fur the iir.-t time for a vory  long time. IIo regnided thu motion  merely ns. n means of bringing up  discu-sion.  -Aid. Brown thought that the double  sidewalk was always agreed hvjhe  council and had never hoard itaiguei^  otherwise. It was the general im-v  pies.-ion at lirst among lho electors  llint the sido walk wns lo bo built oul  of l he money raised by de'iouliire.  Aid. Wells wanted In see the sidewalk built lo connect t he two ends of  town and asked Aid. Brown In change  the motion as far ns the double sidewalk was concei lied.  Aid. Crage also urged Aid. Biown  toeii'ingo lhe motion m read from  Victoria rond to Victoria rond a.s was  the inl cn lion at lhe la-t inoel iag.  Aid. McKechnie thought that the  mot inn would have to be changed, if  nt. nil, to read from the loriier of  McKenzie and First lo lhe corner of  King.and Front.  Aid. Crage did not think lhe council  had I he right lo cut oil' McKenzie  avenue nnd Front sheet.  Aid. (i rn ham snid he had always  maintained tlint, the trunk sidewalk  ran from lheKouian Catholic cliurcli  lo the corner of King street.  A 1(1. Brown could not gi-n-p the idea  that the trunk sidownlk did not include both sides of McKenzie avenue  a .id Front street, as those wen; the  two principal hu-ines-i si reel-. lie  could not soo his way clear lo alrcr the  motion.  The ninl inn was put, Aid. Biown,  l.ragonnd Wells voting for and Aid.  Graham. McKechnie and Kilpatrick  against it.  SUN-DAY CLOSING ISYLA1V.  Aid. Brown moved that the solicitor  bo instructed to prepare a bylaw repealing Bylaw No. IS, tho Sundav  Closing Bylaw.  In putting the motion Aid. Brown  said that the working of tho bylaw-  had proved a failure and that it was  premature. At the request of Aid.  Wells the mover allowed the motion  lo remain ovor for discussion for a  week. In tho event of his motion being  lost ho intended to propose another:  That the polico commissioners he  reouosted   to   iustrucL   tlio    chief, of  Carnes Creek, Consolidated.  The extensile opeiations w luth h t\c  been -teadilv t.iujed on on the Ho-e-  oei v by tho Cai'ne- Cieek Consolidated, "have tm ned out m-i y satis-  t.utoi ilv. The lowei lei el lunnel.  whiih cKisstnt lho ledge at 117 feet,  ha- losulted, as ,i.i" expected, in  proi ing the poini.money ot the lush  grade mo chute. After cutting the  ledge a di iff was i un along it in nie  all the wav foi 2S0 feet, at w luth point  tho liigh gi.ule oie diute wa- t.ippid  iilnio-t dueitlj below tlle -pot at  which it was slink .n the-nppei  woikmirs and at a lowei depth if  about 200 fe.t Woik w.ll hi kent  gouur all w inlel extending thi- diitt  im w huh depth is being gamed \ei\  i.ipidly. Wintet (iii.iitots aio being  eri'ittd ((insisting of a cabin, hl.uk-  sinilli-hop and shod-. A link and  cu .tie to be nut m on the lowei lei el  tunnel and JI in "set Btewsle. i- -end  iug iu supplies, now to I i-t all wmtei.  'flu comp my in iy well be congiitii  lated on the sud es--f ul lesult of then  pioneei opei.Hums m lhis most piom-  ising camp.  To Wi.te Up B. C. Mines  "Btttish Coliuiibi i'- mme-," *"iy-  Ihc-bi'inlon,-���������Eiiglar.d.-c.ii ie-p.'uide.it-  to the Tot onto Globe, -'il ive not up lo  the pi cent l on nod a- much a Mention  as lhey di'seiM'd pi bniidnn. hill lln-ie  aie signs th it lieltei 'niio������ no i niiunir  Nol mv long, igo tlie li. onomi-t h.'d  a-ei ios'ol IoLtei- upon them, but tlu-o  sti inge to s.iv. atliatled little in no  iiotue. .Tin- week anoth"i- -pecial  sails with the mteiilion of wilting  lliein nn. This is Mi. J. W. Bininhall  a well'known authoiity on mining  -nh|cel-. who was the fo mdei nf the  Wi-r Ait-tialian t'li.mibei of mine- iii  boiidoti Ilo will icpie-ent Tho Fill.nn ial Times lhe leading financial  daily, md The St Itt-t. the well known  weeklv authoiity on mmietaiy iiiat-  lei-. "lie will be aciompanied. I nni  inioi med, by an i xpei 'em ed i-ngiiieei."  Alderman Kilpatrick Explains.  Aid. Kilp tli ick hi- ui ven llie  Hr.K  Al.linile.il explanation   of 111-   (euie-  loiv   teiue   mallei   ment ioncd   in   om  aiTministiation   was    doing,   wheieas_  allhougli Semlin w.i-Pieiniei in n.iniw'  lie meioly jiimpod when Cotton pulled  tiiestimg-.     This  was  -hown   in   his"  own di-iniss.il.     Ui. MiKethnio knew  nothihg about it at the tune, although'^  he arte, waitl-condoiiod it: Mi. Hump'  knew nothing about it and he  himself  (Mi..Mai tin) knew  nothing  about  it.'  Ilo eniphitically  suted  that  he  Mas'  opposed to tho pie-ent government.  LABORERS  FORGED .TO TRAMP' -  So Says One of the Cent  Eelt Editors,-  ���������Railway Charges Too Much Coin.     <  All   celt toi q,  legi-latois   and  educa-*  tion.ihsls at least" should Msit westein'  Canada and leaiu   mine  about  its   te-T  -oniio-;    but   undei   our   system   of_  pi iv ale   owittfsliip    of   i.iilroads   the"  heavy  i.iles di-cotu ige.   rather   than  "iicoin.ige.    tiaiel.   "and     only     the'-i  wealth*,,   the    lonin.Oiti il   tiaiellei-  ind  the  holdei-  of  pis-e-,uc-able lo'  -oe the countiy.    When   win kitigrnon'  aie foued to li.ui'l  in -eaidi of woik.-  they ate (oiiipi-lled  |iiti.iiii|ni_i(l steal'  udeson fioight'.ii'd -lock trams.  In Au'-liiilia the people own the'  I'tlioad- and the i.iles of tiavol ate'  _\_ei y low .is tbo-������ eieiiuo needed is ap- _.  phe"d only to jiajmg itinning expenses'  and foi niinir a sinking fund. No largo'  dividends ate paid to toieign -toik  and bend holdeis on wateied stock.  The question of inivei iiment ow nei -  ship of the lailroads w ill ho one ot the  live question-'' in Canadian politics'  within the iieU je.u in two, ,did the'  leadoi - ol -oc i il thought should study  llie lo-ults in othei loimtiie-and bo  oi-epaied to mould public opinion in  this duel! ion i- i.ipidly as possible.���������  Toi onto Citizen and Countiy.  Thomson's Landing Notes.  Tiio._~s'0.n'. bAMii.NO.  Sept. -1. -The"  people iu and about   the   binding aie-  -till M'iy mii'h alive but aie puivuked  on   .'iKfiiiiit   of    the    iiniisiia!    l uny  we.uhei    Pin-pettnis nie h mditappt'il  and   icpoiLiU'w  ������noiv   coming  thick  ai.cl fa-t in llie high mouiitaiiis   wbi'h'  inny po--ibly ie-i.ll in tl'cir  having to'  abandon pin-p''( ling fni ihi- -ea-on.  feme md to ileal block I5S in which  intei ineiits aie now neing altogcthei  made. But bv -ome im-t.ik,' or mi-  olhi'i sei ui al gi IM'S ll in* been dug on  him k Iii. wliwh w i- not included m  the gm eminent giant foi a (elii''tei>  nl all and tilt-em ( oii-equeiK e wdljie  lift outside ut the fence. Aid Kll-  piliiik Ibmks tb it tbe be-t wiy nut  of the ililluulty will be to p.-titi.m lhe  gOM'iiinicnt to mt Kale block 3) in the  cenietin   giant.  tlaini- ibo\,e reicn-on. lho I. X. b  and lhe Klsiniie. lie says' that they'  have imtoveitd a sein of oie that  -hows up v.ell.  .'Iho w.itei is falling   ici y  fast  Iicip*  and      the   sieaiuship   baule.ui   began   -  1 ii'diug a qn uiei nt a  mile  from   the'  binding cm Sept  3-t.  llie ladies it ('omaiilis gave a d.mi e  on August liltli foi whiih lhey I'esei ie -  gioal uedil. An extollei't siipperwas-  -eiiid aft^i whicli dantinir was again  i esmnrd uiitjl about 'A o'clotk ill tlie'  ti oiiiing. EVti-'ione piesetitexpies-eil  ihoin-olies as'having'' spent a leal  good tune.  The Tiout Lake wagon load  isr in  n-  bad cond.tion owiiig to  the  incessant  lain-.  W.  Cowan  came in  today to look  nii'i the leh jilione lino as the  who is���������  sw luging \eiy low in places.  S  Fiedeuck .lone-, late as-i-t mt in in-  agn of the C  P. It.   iM-ti-iii   diiismn.  who is now manager uf the   Coluiiibia  It.vei MillingCi'iiipi-iy. i-  ������io\v in the  city on   bu-mc'ss   connected   with   his  lh in. w hie h on n hu ge lumber nulls at  Golden,  Mobeilv, Noli h. Hill. Tappen  Siding .-ind   Salmon   Aim.    Mr.  Jones  slices  t.iit   the   lumhei   b.i-u.c���������s  tht.  =ei-on his been -m i*nioption illv  bu-v oi'e. ami il has been extteim-lv  haul to supplv lhe dem md which has  been   gieitei'  this    ye.u     than    ever        -���������    -      -    -.  befoie? The \ieither this -eason nt Coppei Mining and Smelting Oo. hint  Golden his been exceptionallv fine | decided lo piosetute woi k on their  and onlv on the e i<=tei n -lopes of the j urciillybonded pi oprrty.the Standard  moiititainh-isitbeeii wet. The lum- gioup. all Mintei, and supplies weie.  ber produced hv these nulls is -hipped t-hi|i|ieil in y.stetday*. A fence nf  east as far as Broadview.��������� Winnipeg I eight or ten men will he put on de-"  Tol'"'r-iii.- 1 ^'loping the piopeity fni" I lie presents-  il  The  Standard Group.  Boston   ic    Buti-h  Coluinhia Revelstoke   Herald  Published in intere.������ts of  KeveUtokc. I.ardesiu. Big Bend. Troul  l.nke  lUlcilleiraci. Albert Canyon, .loiii.in  Viis and Eai.-le Pass Districts.  A.JOHNSON.       - -       Proprietor  X  Seral-Weeklv   Journal,   puliliMiwl   in   the  Interest   ol   Kevelstoke  and  tlie snrroiinilliiR  diitrict. Wedneidays  anil Saturdays, makiin,-  elo*Mt eo������neotion������ with all train*.  AdTer:i������_ic Rates: Display ads SI M per  column lii������h,M._" per ineii when liis.-ried (in  ������a������p_s������. l.rir\l a?.*. 101 per iiiiiii|i._ricl- lino  tor firii i_i������rtion; .Sr ior each aililiiiun.i inser-  *o������. l"������dir.fr notices, Vie lier line each issue.  5lrl>,X������rrlai.-f anil De-Jh nmiecs, free..  S_-������riJitton Rate* : Hy mail or cni rier. Ji.tp  ��������� uiiit; ������1.J4 tor six months Mruily in Ml-  ���������loll  tTh*.  im'jdi Ilep._rlni.nl: Tnr. Hr.n_i.l~ - . .  P������Mit_if-l if ������s������ of Iht V-������t eijlilpl'i-.l Iirliitlnir  ������__-������ lu W������������l Kooli-inT.anil In pmiarnl to  ������_-..t������ .11 klaii. ..f prlnliii. In ilrsi-ylnssstyle  fcoii������>t firl.M. On. j,ric������ to all. ^V01'.'0"  Hrri��������� ���������oil" to small-fur n������. Mall erders  promptlv attendrtl to.   Give n������ a trial on yonr  nTo������Correspo*-dent������: We invite correspond-  .nee on ������nv subject of interest lo the (.-cnernl  public and desire a reliable r.-L-ular corrw-  poide.-t in everv locality snrroiiiiilini: t'<?\e!-  i'.oke In all ease.* the ifflia luleiiaiiie of the  writer mu������: accompany lnannseripi. Iml not  necewarilv for pnlihcation.  Addree* sll communication.*  REVELSTOKE   HERALD  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  ]   Aii e->rrf.*p*nde������irc mu ������t he lrcihly wrltl. n  ���������������'.������.t!rt������of ih������p������;ier only.  ���������   cnrr'S'.indeii".  eoiiuiiiunir per������'iiml  ninl-  ������������������-- -, th the  proper mine of Ilia  Surprise the   Crack   Shots of  Ontario and the East.  ������������������r mui; b������ flcn  ������rl������������-.  -;������. C.rr'sp-ni" ���������  Hilir ih������t tit* ������������������  ������r������i ������������ offer'"'.  V.;������T. ti ������*n _ ,.|  .-��������� rrlili T.f.'reiie. t" mij-  ���������-���������������r������l In another paper mina  ',.r put illciuiiii !���������' ttiat jinpin-  ���������T 1_ Tim Hit._i.ii..  PRAIRIE LOVE  lu oh for the life on the prairie!  Its oh for tho breeze from tho west!  lu oh for the bloom of the roses!  Tor these, only these can I rest.  So far from the close crowded city,  With its sins and Its sorrows ko deep.  Its out on the open green prairie.  And find there the peace that I seek.  Chorus:  So its oh for the life on tho prairie!  And its oh for the hraeze on the cheek!  And its oh for the bloom of its roses!  For there is the life that I seek.  I left the old land 'cross.the ocean,  And little did I think when at home  That my life would he spent   ou the  prairie,  Ab o'er its lone regions 1 roam.  Its solitude truly is awful,   .  Its stillness so intense." and so deep  That at times it appalls by its calmness.  As its meanings I earnestly seek.  Chorus:  So its oh for the lifo on tho prairie!  And its oh for the hreeze .on the check!  And its oh for the bloom of its roses!  For there is the life that I seek.  Tet its wide open bosom 's pleasant.  It Is just-the sweet prairie for me.  For its spirit has captured me wholly,  And It'3 life is my life now to be.  For the Hand Who has planned  the  green prairie,  H&6 planned all my pathway for me.  So I'll trust in the   Power Who o'er-  rulcth,  And my home on the prairie shall be.  Chorns:  So its oh for the life on the prairie!  And its oh for the hreeze on the cheek!  And its oh for the bloom of its roses!  For there is the life that I seek.  ���������**���������.  MAITLAND,  Beaver Creek, Alberta.  Dominion Rifle Matches  Close  ���������Personnel of the   Bisley  Team  Ottawa, Sept. 2���������The rifle matches  rame to an cud yesterday afternoon.  During the morning the first stage  of the Governor General's match wa-  shot. Magnificent scoring was the  order of the day. Corporal Love,  Manitoba Dragoons, established a  new record over the 200, 500 and SCO  yard ranges, scoring 10a out of the  possible 105. . The really great event  of the day, however, was won by llie  Manitoba team, capturing the ccl1 ���������  brated Provincial match. When it  iii considered that tliere wero onN  nine from that province iind eight  wero required to ninkc up tlie team,  while Ontario ami Quebec has representatives by the hundred, th ���������  victory ot the Mnuilolnins is all the  more praiseworthy. Tliey did it in  splendid style, too, being 22 points  in advance of Ontario, wliich inj  second, and tliey in turn were onlj  ono point ahead of Nova Scotia. Tli ���������  scoi-��������� of lhe Manitoba team was 734  an   average of 92 out of lo-j.  On tho Bisley team Manitoba lias  only ono representative,Private Vic in  ing, who stands fifth. Thc following  is the full Bisley team for next year-  Private Lnngsworth. 7!th hnttalio.*:  Surgeon Lieutenant Bertrnnd, 77l1i  battalion; Sergeant Cnrrutliois. 41 n  husshrs; Lieutenant ��������� Brut, fiord;  Privr.to Fleming, Lieutenant Smil'i  591 rr Captain Cartwright, Royal  Grenadiers; Lieutenant Munro. ���������Mt'i;  Private Fink, M. G. A.: Lieutenant  Swifi Sergeant Harris, 13th battalion;  Gleenian, F.C.A.: Lieutenant Graham.  77th; Sergeant McVltty, Highlandeis;  Private Milligan, 1-llh: Lieutenant  Blair, 74th; Sergeant Corrigan, 50th:  Lieutenant Crooks,  Q.  O. It.:  The Manitobans succeeded in carry-  fifth place in the Landsdowne agg\-  gatc  Tho Manitobans succeded in carrying off the London Morclianl's cup.  and 3">0. They scored 73-1, made up as  follows:  Captain C. X. Mitchell B0  Captain AVynn 94  Sergeant Inman 93  Sergeant  McKay   Sergeant Gllrny   Sergeant   Major  Page   ..  Private Fleming..   .*.   ..   ..  Corporal  Love   ROW HE MET HIS FATE  WHISTLIN JACK'S LAST JAUNT WITH  ALKALI   IKE.  A PANEL AFTfiR TURNER  1)2  .. ss  Totai   Tin Ontario team with 712  second; Nova Scotia third,  British   Columbia  fourth,   090;  Brunswick,  Island   655.  ������S2:   102  ....73-1  we.ro  711:  New  Prince      Edward  THE WORLD TODAY IS BETTER  THAN IT EVER WAS BEFORE  By Ella "Wheeler Wilcox.  Oh, the earth is full of sinning  And of trouble and of woe,  But the devil makes an inning  Every time you Bay it's eo;  And the way to set him scowliQg,  And to put him0 bask a pace,  Is to stop this stupid growling,  And to look things in'the face.  If yon glance at history's pages,  * In all lands and eras known.  Tou will find the vanished ages  Far more wicked than our own.  As you scan each word and letter,  You will realize it more,  That the world today is better  Than it ever was before.  There ls much that needs amending  In the present time," no doubt.  -ThereMs-right-that-needs-defending   There ls wrong needs crushing out;  And we hear the groans and curses  Of the poor who starve and die,  While the men with swollen purses  In the place of hearts, go by.  But In spite of all the trouble  That obscures the sun today,  Just remember It was double  In the ages passed away.  And these wrongs shall all be righted,  Good shall dominate the land.  For the darkness now is lighted  By the torch in Science's hand.  Forth from little motes in cha03  We have come to what we are,  And no evil force can stay us,  We shall mount from star to star;  We shall break away each fetter  That has  bound   113  heretofore,  And the world today 1?  better  Than  it ever was before.  Reputation is more than a bubble to  the soap manufacturer.  The softest of snaps is the click of  a well filled pocket book.  You might as well accept__i.be inevitable; even the editors canH decline  it.  A cheerful view of life depends on  knowing which end of the telescope to  look through on dilfeient occasion;..  Some rich people's idea of brick-a-  brac is that it is a megaphone for  their money to talk through.  Fine feathers don't make fine birds.  Instead, nothing makes anything else  of a woman who is a goose, or man  who is a jay.  None. of us wr.iu.-. to hurt anybody  else's feelings: hut it sometimes  seems necessary to our own"peace of  mind.  One of Rooseveldt's Pough Riders  who was with Main's circus eolleir.-  ed $95 from Seattle advertisers anl  left town with it. Bo had been with  Main's circus for five years and hail  served   through the  entire  war.  'lac Louisville. Ky.. Courier-Journal asks editorially. "Is the razor a  deadly weapon?" We should say it  was. At least many men have Hal  close shaves from it at the hands cf  the  barber.  Owing   to   the   prolonged   rain   the  diieciCTs of the  Kamloops  Agricultural  society  have decided  to postpone  tlieir  exhibition  until   October II,  12  i and IT;     The original dates; were Sep-  | temljer 20, 21  and 22.  Captain  Being the RemlniflCon������������ ef a Quiet X.lttlo  Time Spent by the Two Worth los la  Celebrating Thoir lleauion, Whereby ft  Tragic .KDilinc Was Brought Abcmt.  "That aortor reminds ine," began Alkali Iko in a roiiiiiiisoenc tone, "(it tha  ninnnor in which Whistlin .Tuck went oil  thu map.  "Ho'd been mlssln for a year or two  whun ono day���������lio���������yero comes Whislllr.  ���������Tack whirlin in from tlio Panhandle.  l"nchor'l enough, linvin formerly been ns  think ns Damon and Whiit's-his-iianio, we  Goes nil-gin around rnttlin our horns together. I hain't, roonllin the exact details  of onr relaxation, buriiiiz after a bit our  smoke pits kinder thick nnd tho nir !>o  ohiiciiro thai I hain't novor sinco beon able  to recollect much.  "Mebhy ir, wns S o'clock in tlio ovenin  when around tho corner comes sonicthin  fly in nlimg in tho moonlight that wo  didn't, knuw tho nnturu of till wo had  stopped it hy bondiii a .mm over Un liend.  Then it strikes inn that it looks coniidcr-  sbli" Ilkii.cimoKtriiiiKOi' thn thud been iuvrod  and feathered, which opinion I imparls tt.  Jack.  "'Nnw.' snys ho. 'I reckon it is a  (mined l.'-Hr th.-xt has got loom from soma  Ijnlian. .-.nil'���������  ���������' 'Oh, gentlemen,' snys our captive  mrneMly.    'I am not n boar.    1'���������  " '.A vr, toi; jr.*. liiink yon hnin't,' snys  .Inch. '.Appearances nro pronti to ha do-  uepiivo. You ini^ht nit to thiiiUin tha������  you ivas tlie Into Henry Clay, but lha������  wouldn't, niiiku yen m.'  " 'lint, good ^ciitlenien'���������  " 'Ai. present,' .inys .l.ick, 'we hain't  good gentlemen���������In fact, wo don't sorter  cn.iiir.cnci- to bo, nnd in; it hain't down in  the records that boars is due 10 talk .".nv !  reckon you'd bet tor shut up. I'm sail  guinc, too, i.iiac tho Human you so baseli  (jef-crin ia brwniliii his bereavement. 1I1I1  minute. Secli boin the capo, it's timolol  ns to hunt him up and return you to liim  HI along llinr. Hulivnr!' __        '  "Scleral thingn ha_.-po.iod soon .-.fti-i  thai, but owin to lho obscurity, which !  am beforo monlluiiin, 1 don't! recall 'nir  all. Hut anyhow for tho next two houri  wo drives that thai- pro loin, heal' aro line  tho settlement, ar.d, not bein ablo to locate  his sorrowin owner, wo whirls in and e.i  hibits him on our own I1r.-17.au hook, n-;_dvir.  everybody tlio plcnsuro nf witness:;! 11  great moral performance without cost.  "The wa'y that thar bruin danced whui.  Inuk indicated bim with tho lnu/.-.'.lo oi  '_ .'a isix shooter was shorcly cute, and was  unanimously enjoyed by everybody who  witnessed it, includiii n fow tourists that  '.to cornered and favored with a spouin!  performance. Thoy 'poured kinder reluctant about lmposin on ns at lirst, hue  when .Tack made oration to 'cm about lliu  tin ol* ingr.-ititii'do, sorter punutiintin the  samo'by spinnin liis shoolin iron around  nis finsiir, thoy burgan to seo whur he  wns right.  "Waal, inebby mornin would hnvo found  us still in thu show business if it hadn't  been for on episode lli.-it upset; our pinna.  Direct)., wo rounded up in front of the  lull whir.- tho linnnaknhoo club wns bavin  1 ^rand ball, and Jack k'hs tho idea that  tha.- was nothin tbe mutter with interlopin  ,i iiovoll- into tlio festivities by interducir  "our jestly celobrated dunciu bear. A_-  jordin, iu wo trucked, dragKin Bolivar.  '.Yc hadn't moro than got insido wheu ovor  oonien Plunk Pritchett and winks un oil  ',0 ouo Mde.  "'You [zents havo jest come,'says hc^  'and I'm plumb woro out. Miss Birdie  ���������ikirio (\_spcots 1110 to dance this ne::t waltz  rvitb lier, nnd, honeit, I'm too tired. So  it will bo 1111 uvcrlastin favor if onu ot you  will i-1;h ber olf niy hands this trip.'  " 'She's 100 heavy for 1110,' says l'lunk,;  I don't  know 113  Jack, yero, boin small,  i:a:i swing her, but you, Iko'���������  " 'I hain't the kind ot a gont that enn't  twing that tlinr lady myself!' says Jack,  -.orter bi-h-tlin up.  "Jest then somo feller informed u_ tbat  ���������mr bear had got impatient nnd left.  "'Let Iii 111 no!' says Jack. -We dono  sur best to ronton! him to his owner, and  a kind intention is norer lost.'  "Upon thnt he begins for to trip tb������  light fRir.astie with Miss nirdio, and about  ihe second whiz around the room ho slips  ���������an a gii'iiss spot on thc floor, and thar, that  tie'ty" lady fell on him with 11 thud thus  .hook tho boti.-c. His breast bone was  ���������.rushc:! -in, nr.d pour WhLtiin Jack died  'loforo inoriiin from interiinl injuries.  " ' I3ur. anyhow, I swum: he:-!' ho gnspca  Jest before his liyhc went, out.'"���������Now  York V.'orid.  She peacock on lhe bnliislrndo  Ot yellowed marblo sleopa uway,  His listless train's begemmed arnj  Sweeping lhe glories i'i cascade.  The ancient Triton Kings about  His silver in the Inwny sun.  Whore shines the lltl-.o chameleon, '  Lilcs tinsel, hasltinu noontide out.  And wearied oi the Aimed nir  The butterfly���������white Pierrot���������  Droops o'er the jasmine, pulsing slo.T  Twain petals pearled uilli powder raje.  Tliey dream, afar tee InmliliiiR hish  The storm's nay cli:n������ ! Its decrees  The empurpled phnnaiio of thu ueeij  Proclaims, "Faint 10-c, ihe rain is nii.h.'"  ���������Thomas Wulnli in Doiiulio. ������.  WHITE. GWIIXIM &   SCOTT.  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke Station.  _ Money To Loan.  W. "White,. J. ��������� M.  Scott, B.A.,  Q. C. '     li. L.  B.  F. I..  Gwillim.  iiAK.V������-Sr & MoCiRTEB  CIRCULATING  MUSIC.  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Ktc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 por cent.  Offices:      Molsons Bank Block.  First Street, Revelstoke Station, H. C.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated nr Act oi? Paiu.i .ment, 1855.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  J. W. Cross, RI. I>.  ���������������  8C  *__ ���������  E  JC; PAID UP CAPITAL      -  SK* rest fund       .  2������: DIKEUTOKK:   Wm. Moi.kin -M.Miriir.iiioN, President;  S. II  J~~: W.M. !'A_SAV,S,\MU_I.   I'lM-l-Y, IIl'.-IIV A11CH1I1AI.)',  fig; H. .M/.1II'.1.A.-,H MOI.SON.  g^- F. WoKi-iuiTON Thomas, General Milliliter.  Hi      A Riinei'iil 1  ������������ mu's' J. 13. MOLSON  g������- UlAaAOElt,  ItKVCLS'lOKK,  It Prove*   n  Popular ilcpartment of  thn  Brooklyn Library.  Tha Brooklyn library established its dis  partmonl of music in tho nultimu of 1S83.  Tho idea of circulating music in the same  manner as bonks war. suggested by one oi  the directors of  the  library, who  supplo  monted liis suggestion in n most pniciical  manner  by supplying funds for  the  pup  ohaso of  400  volumes.    Tho  selection ol  tbis niusic was mado by n competent ranr,  at that timo connected with a largo music  Importing   house   in   New  York und   in-  deod in tho sevornl additionsbiihscfiiiently  mado tho selection bus boon liindo hy inon  of   musical  education   and   possessing   a  ������rld-acquaintance with tho works of tha  jr.ost notod composers mid therefore betror  fitted  for  tho  requiioiuents  of  tlio  caso  than ._  librarian mnry closely nnqunintcd  wilh books thnn with music.    Tha collection is largely for singlo piano (two hands)  Ibis  boiiiK   most in  loiiuvt, bur. thero in  much llint is arranged  iiuii*t r.thfcr headings, such as" 1 .nno Duets" (four hands),  "Two Hi-mos" (eif-'ht hnnd..), "Violin and  Pvmo," "Vocal MnMe," "Son?s," "Oratorios," "Operas" r.n-.1. tha liko.  The rule.* for uirculHiioii nro tho onnic  es with bonks. Keituurs who npply lirst  for a work tluir i.i in dnmniid get what  they require without delay; uihers neces-  Barily wait until later, as is usual in a cir-  culntiiip: library. The collodion now numbers 2.000 volumes, e'allusive, of works on  tho theory nntl practico of music r.i'.<; musical biographies. Tno annual circr.Iiunn  from this class is r.ijnii5 t>,000 vo'ui.'ic.-.  Two ur thrca spccinl Inilletins have licn'.i  issued devoted to uin.de alone. Tho mon'  recent additions nro iiivcn under a sepa-  rarn bending in thobsnk bullot.ins occasion-  .tliy published. But fur use at thu liiirnr?  thu collcetion is Riven in onu complete l)**t  tinder t'-n usual headings in uHudolpb  hidc:;or -.---s-ik, insictid of witli the boo'*  additions In lhe cavil catalogue.  Oa ths wliolu, tlm musical department  has beon very much ..pprccintcd and has  proved a satisfactory investment. Its uss  shows tha*; theroc.ro among iho members  many who study music and who recog-  ck'.e tho ndviiuliigo of a largo collcetioti  trom which to mako -"olcctions for horns  prnetice.���������Brooklyn lOaglo.    ���������  Ollice:   T.iyl.'n*   llloek, _Mncken/.ie   .Avenue,  lte.veistoko.  Surgeon to llicC.lMl  Ilea lh ollli'i'r. Oilv of Ile.velsio  c.  $2,000,000  $1,600,000  liWiNc, Vice-President;  ,1. I'. Cl.KOUOllN,  tilting business transuded,     Interest allowed lit current  B.C.    :_$  ��������� ���������nr.**  zmuitiiMiauiumitiUtimiLmuim^^^^^^  LB  Notary Public,   Solo __"_o~_t i'or     "'  Revelstoke  t  "~c^*-iij-  SVI ^Zi-timir***  TO PROSPECSOBS;  opened up by the  AND EIIWIL'RS.   Minor.*!.! Fret  ���������Uf c  I ownsite  ?i_inincr, Firo and  Lii'c Insurance . .  Ollice, Opposite O.lMl. Denot.  Thos.  R. Davey  Trout Lake City  iamoiicl Core  un  i  a ~  Notary    Pulilic  Estate Urnker a ml  sion Aiient.    -Mini"!  iiAtiiiin.te'5 given for wnrl.  Alining nml  Real  itener-il   Ooiniiiis  reji'ii'leil  on  and  L*ito>t re  liable, info lliiation as 1 ii claims woik.  I ing and for sal,; in the di-nict. Good  | Pun?pests held rn^y.���������Wi ite or enli.  "Thore  yonr parr.  A Lillld I'nrj l"ar.  5 such  a thing ns overdoing  declared a man of tho law who  now has the   knowlcdgti  gained by much  Bxpsricnco.    -  ".Shorily after I. began iirnctico in tho  wost 1 was called iipim to defend a man  ���������vho had drawn a ruvulver un anotiiM and  threatened to kill him. Tlio neuusc:! did  not havo a character above reproach, but  tho prosecuting witness wns also shady in  reputation, nud I lnndo'tlie most of _1iia  fact. 1 pictured hiin as n desperado of tli.  most dangerous* type, ������ man thai* was e  constant, menaco to tho oon'unit!i'.y tim.  ono who would recugnizo no ether law  than that of force. Such men as ho. I in-  listed, made necessary tho organization ol  vigihinco committees and injured tho fait  namo o������ thu wost among tho older communities of tho country.  "Tho jury returned n verdict of guilty  and iny man was sentenced to a year's imprisonment. As soon as court adjourned  the i'oroiiian of tho jury caiuu to mo nud  Eaid: 'Yoimi? fuller, you spread it on too  thick. After lhat tliero rip snortin speech  of yourn wa could n'c do nothin elso 'au  what we done.'  "-'I don't understand you, sir.'  " 'Vou   don't?    Why,   wo   found   tlio  durnod gerloot guilty  'cause   ho didn't  shoot.' '"���������Detroit Freo Press.  H-3&.0! Gfiit-e,  raiii lip  Oapitai  ������������������sarve      -  ir".i t Ul it.  '"i (\ fi'i ft ii-i ft  X,������ tt , E- ^ ,1. ^ ^,n (J i  Toronto  S2.000.UO)  -   113GQ,G&~  To obtnin rapidly tin: Ic::o\vleilg������ nl' thfc value   of   r*n-t������   or  h-il^n..  nofchiiif; is to becKinpnt'L'tl with riiu Dimnunil   Qcji-c   Drill,  which   will  jirnve niorein 30duy~i tlmn an oiiliif;   ot*   mon   tiuitielliug   m* Hii.king  | sl-ii-tsuould Drove in ten years.  Thc Diamond Gn.-'o Drill etui iiierr-o tliu n:cin)it������ir,s and 1..; th  .ecrot-of whnt it coutnins.i'rom their very hearts. ;iiiil tlio. more so id  ho rock formation, the (jnickei- it will du its woi k.  The Diamond Core Drill i- ko ciinsti-ni.'tiid thnt it imv.  lm taken  i;  pieres and packed on the. backs of 1ki*'"*i"s nnd ("iirrierl   nm)   woi led  almost inaccessible pint".? where_water cun hu obtained,���������nnd n.  bo in aliuo.t any part of J3riti.sh Cohmibia. ' ���������   '  For fall information and .oarticuhtrs apply bylef tei* or in pi l-im to  T  *U������  D.     SIBB  A  M  D,  rvi.yoctors:  SI. :*.. tii.whiiici   Pi-teirlcji'  \;j -m -i-cni,, vivn Prey., (St.i_Jath.il  \X ill ,\oi lta.-ii__.Hy,   Kolif; I. .Inl'iVny,  I U| h lly an.    J.   tmUli'iO'int'   lit r.y, ,i:r  l'*iK-*,  I.-tigeri,  I'., li, VVilfci... ({i-ner;-.! 'lianagfti'.  t        F.'>."ftv.������l'-oy  NorUi UV-j!, rind British Oolututiin.  ���������Craiidcn   -  Oalgary  ir.'ii'ioiitxui  Slr.-tthfOii.i  C-orlii  in  - ��������� P:  ico Al  a I no  ierl  v ntconvo:  VVmnii'.%g  l'(,i.e|~l,oki  N-lson, B.  "Con?  lTIan is authority for-  an interesting story of the taking of  Manila. "Dewey," he says, "sailed  into Manila harbor, fought his battle;  and then cut the cable. The English  admiral wanted to help, but he didn't  dare. But he .thought lhat Dewey  might lake a hint. a So the English  admiral sailed over to Dewey and  said: 'Ah, I see you have cut a cable.'  ���������Yes," answered Dewey. 'Which one?'  asked the Innocent English admiral.  And then Dewey, knowing for the  first time tliere were 2 cables, riiE-he,!  back, grappled for the second cable  and cut it."  The new fast f~.-;sii~ until from  Fort sV'iliam to the* coast which tlif  C.P.R. has established i:-, musing ���������>  great deal of f.-.vornl.le comment  among   al    rlns*1?    of   business     men  Too True.  Mrs. Struckoyle���������John, i'to decided to  tako Err.icrr.lda to Kuropo" for a few-  months in Lopes that _ome nobleman will  rrcrry.hcr.     e  Struckoyle���������it's r.o, use, Sarah. Tho  Uir.rtot r.oblcnica who'd haxa Ksracraida  don't !.;._>- in Kurnpe���������they como to America.��������� Now Vurk Trcih.  ICk:<1'X  -"BI-gllB  ���������5_.it"  ��������� ~ii;������'r_ oil  Lislov/cll  OSTAKIO.  '-li.-igiirii Failti  I'oi-i Col'corua  "     Poi'tHfie  REAL     ESTATE   AND     MINING     CROKEKS,     REVELSTOI E  Tn hip. furnished with  thi������ choicest, lhe nrirket  nlTiiriN. Hc*t \\'iiies  Liiquoi-.s it ii cl k'l'.ijnrs  a day. Aliiniltlv vare. ".  4.LBBIIT S'i'(JN15. Pi-opri.-tor.  KA.TflS.   $l.oo   P'fiR   DAlf  St. 'Ihofuiv  Toronto  j Welland  :Sau!t Ki. jMariei tVor,,Uij-.ci  St, l.JiitJiari-'.ea lllaiiiiltor,  M.'.iiir.i-i'.-i,l, Q-.iehei'.  rii.i.vin^-s Vi.-iuk I)sp.-i.ri.K)Bij:.���������D_ poino  i    $1    itcici     up-'jii'd. '  r0C"ivi-d     f.,;;i*  iiii'f-enl ::.ii'il'.'eci.  P-uliccitmos ��������� Pii-.v.sieia!.* .'.iniiici-..-.  ud othur ib;iio:j_,ii!'C'S piiic.haii.'d.  Diafts mil Lt-tlei'.-* oi Oi'odil���������ri.vji.it  ihlo n't  all   noiur.!!  iii Cunft-hi,, Uuitm  MLijiKclnrci,     Uuiu-.l     *?t;ite_,    Kurppu  uiclin,  Ohi'.in.  .'n-.inn.  A.usf.:!i.!i������.. N'i".'  ^t-J^liilllli.  HT.C  Oold   Pni'ch.-iSHCl  Tht.T. Btirii*. Issues Special rtocoiptr-  wiiiofi v^lll l>a ucecuntod fot- ainriy ol  il'.o Hudson's >jjiy Co's Posts In tlie  Vul'.on imk nopUi������pn clisteiciu.  A. il. a. Iii___������_ij_,,'  Mwrine.-os'.novoistolio Snu.i'h  The  Wi II  .Jn?t Wrlileu.  Ilustnnd���������1*11 drop yen a nolo from tbe  jffico it I am de-ainrd lonlcht. my dear.  Wife (wi;!; linn i-rnrnj���������On, you needs't  troub'.o to drop is from *ho  otTi,  you'vo liroj.pd it now  r.n-.o ju.-t. picked it  Comic Gut?.  bteallf  from your pocket.  up off tho  tloorl-  itr.n  i dnr.'t cara for poetry.  time  to road  much of  Great  "No." ho said. '"  flirt w ;���������', haven't  snvthin!"."'  ������������������Why," .he Jwcntly a .ked, "don't you  srv m L>ari. tn rill yuir clKiirottrs witli  uioha.'iil."---:��������� l.'-.iiu l'o'-t ni.-.p:itcU  The contract for the construction of  the addition to the Kootenay 'Lake  Central hospital has been awarded to  Toye & Gardiner, and tbe plumbing  work In connection therewith to the  Lawrence Hardware company I'l"-  work will  cost $42,000.  An addition ia to be made to the  lleet of steamers on Kootenay lake.  Owing to the largely Increasing traffic  hetween Nelson, Kaslo and intermediate points, thc directors of the'  International Navigation & Trading  company hare decided to build a large  ' new steamer somewhat upon the same  linen aa the International, only of  more modern type. * It is just pos-  Blble that the completion of the Nel-  Bon-Bedington line has something to  do with this decision of the directors  of the company.  During the concert by Godfrey's  land at Vancouver on August 31st.  Wm. Cotsford was presented with the  Royal Canadian Humane societys  medal, by Colonel Prior, M. P.. for  ������'0nspic-ipu6 bravery/ in saving the  life of Mr. Mackay when entering  the harbor on Catsford's yacht after  taking part in the yacht races. Mackay was fixing some of the rigging  when he was washed overboard. Cats-  1'ord immediately plunged in after  hiin and succeeded Sn keeping him  aoove water until they were rescued  by the other yachts. On receiving thn  mefla! Mr.Cotaford was loudly cheered  who handlo mei*.  the freight r"rvl .-_  Limited is to tlio  ver.al satisfaction  new arhieveuirn:  The   new   ihing  ii i.-.-I'-v lt is io  what the Imp. rial  Hiiii:!';."'!' and mil's I'Xlin sivl nt tin.,  ci' tne company,  on   tii"   iirov,r-inim*"  of advancement. <--i!d a C.I'.R. uHlclnl.  will be tho staiihi!! of a fast daily  freight from the 1'acl.ie coast to  Winnipeg.  One out eome oi" the recent conference between the joint committee  of the engineers and firemen and  the C.P.K. oflicials at Winnipeg Is  that a change has; been made in lho  schedule or wages for operating consolidated and mastodon engines. .Two  rates were formerly in forcn-������:'.���������"> 0  and $4.00 per 100 miles for engineer...  and S2.00 and $2..'JO p������-r 100 miles for  firemen. These rates have heen do ic  away with and from August 1st. of  this year, a rale of SI.l.'i for engineers  and $2.50 for firemen, per ICO m...'S,  went into effect. This alteration and  increase in rates affects only the engineers and firemen operating uio  large "hog" engines.  WHAT'S  IN  A NAME?  "They say you are making a gay fu.-w  Dreyfus;  A kind of political typhus,  Dreyfus;  And are nothing    but criminal refusa  Dreyfus;  But now, at last, you  must play tbe  game.  And    Dra-fus, Dri-fus, Dreo-fiis���������clear  your name."  BABY SUPERSTITIONS.  Turn _vh.--.b7 liii.idi' down nr.d it will  never have liv. r innioh'. .  It Is iiiilr.i'Uy'nr n child to n'c llrel.' in  tho mirror bef.ir" it cuts its tenth. It will  bo vain r.ntl \,r ������������������.nl.  When ,i b.-.'iyiu drcHsoii fortbo flrnt tun'  and it-< left; i.nn input into the sIciimi J'.-r.:  lt will ho 1 ci: ii "inlcd In everything.  Wrap a baby in her f.iiliot-'.. shirt and  iho v. :!l h-ivo lot. of lovers, but tho ������'ni,t  nai'l bo tho llr.-t garment wrapped ;vbut:'.  her.  Tn rit-'.-ird to tho child, if every nnptir  taut incident Is doiif; on Sunday, r -v-j 11 I.;-  all tho luckier, as "the better the d.-,y tiie  botlec tho d'ed.1'  If the "Iiiyouf'for a baby bo entirely  Jew. it will giv>w up to bo a speridtr.n.':  I'ho moro old t'cinyi. in its trous-i au the  noracconomi.'-iil ir, will be.���������Kxch.in^o.  Goincrhal as '/C-poleoa.  In tho iato thirtino uud early forties a  fnvorito cpcctaculnr piny at Asllpy's in  London was "The Battlo of Waterloo,'' in  wliich ai *ctor named GoiuerEal gained  renown r.\ Napoleon IJonapnrie. His imitation of the emperor was so lifelike that  the great DuV.u r.f Wulliniuon Invit.'d hi in  to Apsley House, and the interview it-  fordsan nmusing illustration of tho actor's  iloso conscieiitiousiiicss in attention to tho  most minute dentil.  After conipiimuuting  lis pucst tho (lake rcmtiiked:  "I obivjrve. _ ir. Goiner_-.-il, that you do  oot use a s-nulTiia)-: in tho part, but make  tha emperor take his snuff loose from h.is  -vnistcuat pocket. Permit ine to enable  you lo supply tho omission." And his  grace  presented   tho  actor  with  a  very  tr.ndfonie silver "tiibaticie."  -= Giiii!(^������nl_OG-_ko_id.thoj^_______Lcr,_ancl_sto__.iTj_  Ached tbo criii.d-ui   in  srlb rjr-o. but when  bo reached home- ho wroto to t ho conqueror  of Waterloo nr.tl   respcclCnUy pointed out  that tho orai'-lun wns ol  net purposo nnd  absolutely true io history, "Bonc'y" hoins  in the habit of d: ���������pcii'-irii; with a snnffbu.1  unci  taking  :::������������������   j-owdoT  !nn-c  frcm  hia ; XT ^.._ 1   1     .  A-.-ii=tco:-.t pcck( r. which l-.clii.il made lined 1 JLJLt.1 dlU.    Is' m  with'h.-i-ici'-  1.-itlicr for that  purpose.���������  Nov.- York Ti-;.r i.  CUT pine:  O.iU'f.l'l .ut  . Cood Supijiy of  Suiiding  Material  ������������������������* Lumber  3S  FOia SPOT CASH  as. T,Vi.'.can fix yruj  BLV������LSiaKE_JEft.VO!ILS>i_J  Good sccomtnod-ition.  woll sn-��������� plied   witli  -'  liquors and c;i^ar5.  tV   go-'.-d Irir  '"huie-- wiac-  -"IJ pT-  Froe B:is Hloots AllTaxinR  House.  Proprietors  <S5  "p.--*-.  The Revelstoke  i Wui'lilyl  Ste  Thero is ?'���������::  ynchts to fhe,*,  example, t-.c.'i.',  lO bo   iL'lltt-d ...  n^ was d'.j.'ip. :'���������.  ustivblisli'i.'.'iii  In need of n c  ineailtlmc. In  hand Loli.-r -..'.  crs nnd in.'.',  trcctnpil If.,'  broken until ;  '.���������_e.���������New Vor'.. Mui.  in  Itoilrrn  Iti-ntftd.  ���������i-'-'ly nnytliltiK from  steam  itir.K bus can ho runted���������for  i.i  !,oil.:-..    Thi-sii aro likely  -..- .-uLitj tcmpor.iiy purpo-..),  ���������_r ',i;-;-iii':u, in the cii^Qiif .in  -������������������������������������.ll'iliU In n new boiler nml  ���������'inii'ini,  htipply of  i-lcnin  ,j Imtiinceu liirpoM.'Coiul-  i' Med of a rii'iilcr in boil  .iry  and  .-��������� t  up   In   t iif  -���������ipply "f  "tr.'nii kept  i.n-  " ri.'.'.- boiler win, reudy foi  Has more readers' in Nortli  Kootenay than any other rlaper;  has more advertisers in Itevelstoke than any other paper;  does moro job printing in the  city than any othor paper; it's  news is more spicy and up-to-  date; its influence is greater;  its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered; ils subscription rate is only $2.00 per  annum; IL covers the fleltl Try  It and  be with, the crowd.  Write to  IlEVKLSTOKB HKRALD,  Itevelstoke, P.. C.  Do  Yonv Ulant  a   J-lome   in    This"  Groining    mining   an i  IF"* a 11 cu ay   Centre  ?  The C. & K. a<eain Navigation Company hnvo -lOTrn of '.h>rii  ligtuhil 5,ro~/*rt,y in Itevelstoke.    It ia chiirmiiigly   situated,    imiiily   to  to uny portion of thu town.    Como and enquire about it at onco.    Easy  terms if necessary.  XJU'^-H  L_g_eni  ^  THE PIONEER LIVERY���������  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake  CKrasrj'  _*Hi"iu  iiii  Saddle    and     Pack    Ilorstf..  alwnj'B for hire.  Freighting   and  specialty.  Teaming  Daily Singe, leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  CKAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Lanoikc*  l$-^2 c 7?-ltt!Z&^.<3&&2<^^  &  Send lor a Copy of th_  Third Annual Edition  ANIMAL ODDITIES.  The goldfhh is a f;reat coward, and a  tiny fish v.ii.fi ronnign to attack if. car.  frighten it almost to death.  JJctnre. rain snnil.i crawl upon leaver,   ff  the rain is   K'dnK   to bo light, tivy   ilo on"  tho outside of th" leaf; If Uitiff and heavy  they fio on tho underside.  The insect known as tho water boatman  hns a regular pair of 'oars, his legs being  u_.cd ns sueh. Ho swims on his bnck, as in  thnt. position thero Is less resistance to hi.i  prog res.  Tlm wines of hir Is nro not only U. iM  locomotion in thc air, hut also on tii"  ground ai'd water. One bird even Jm.  Clav.-s in the "elbow " of its win^s to aid  U ia ciiinbinp The ilolhln;/ is n riKi'lire-."..  tion of t.iio ..kin, just n- hair and nail-,  are, and Koiu^tiiueu it closely reriuiuolct  hah*.   , _     .  Old  iMtr Jv'.trrn.  Martha���������He! _ mid Harry .T't as ten/ugh  they   were  b..'.,-:iJy i-iek of  ono  ano'.h'.r,  nnil the-y haver."i been mci ried moru thjn  n year.  ISertfr.��������� W.-!;, I don't wonder.  Not lo.-iz  n-adint; tho  lo-.o  letter_  thiy i-'.-rf ci .ri'cf/:,    f il  ��������� r,  i". ;*,"i  i.'np'i.-il.l'j  f-.r  i.'h   n.. ������������������;(': i:.7 tiio (.'.:iKr  ���������yta-r-QA,fn,.ri* .J,wi,tf....^y.T-^^..^.  VTf  p  i  iekapd  ������i<o they t'.ok  lhey vvr..;..- ���������.-���������!.  lonrse  after  ?:  oiiher to hav.. :  ��������� Huston Trc.i..  The  largest ii  tn Sumatra.    P  noldi, and  ���������>��������� _:r.-  Inches in dir.:-.  hold nix oiwo**" ���������  iwer ii  is Clllll'  d '.iip i-  REVELSTOKE   Sash  and  Door  Facto  Manufacturer-n of  and Deiiloi'u in      ���������"���������tr?  ...TiSSJlYER,..,      * "  Ool.I, Silver or L'-ad   $l.**i()  Conner     2 On;  Gold nnd Sliver   2 00  Gold or Silver and ("opp.r  li.',^l)  Oold. Silver and   I/������.id H.fKI  :(>c.!il. S.ivcr, Lead nnd i.'njip"!-...    -I (I'I  '- Prompt Atlention to Samples b7 Mail,  i      Cash I'.'list Accompany the Simple,  Fr-ontSt. Kevelstoke  _TTY OF ITEVELSTOKE 1  y-  S*(iii.   I>'ir.j-*.   Turniiia-".   i'litiDia.   '"'in'1!  ,  Illor-k-i. Moulding i-r.-ill khi*K f' im-v j  f r;tr*I. n n n������i Vrninfl.-ili wotk.  Ilr^cKrN,  of rvcrv (icBTliithm   tnn'f"   I"  ^s-iNt   '  St'ir** mirt    Ofllc.    Fittinj,'^. *V1nrlo.v  J"rani^������. w\tb ?:isli fitted a Hpcclnlty.  Hip lat(������t rnnohlni'ry.   Dry kiln  l������n'rrjift( ������i.   Oill and ROt prioca before  ^(.in__:cl.Br wbcrc.  SAWYER & MANN NG '  Hotels -     ���������������      \  ���������S  .i'i  Plnmpoi-'s   Pass,     \  ,���������.  Vtlliyil-r Imudci. F������.    . ���������  fc  Miiln.il   !'Plv<. ,i   v'.iiic.i.iv.'r :<nd \'l'.t>ir'.i     '  V  ,  $   -*.   $  Till-'  lT-.tr!    ir   ".M.-it^'l    rn   .-i".   nf   '-tir   11-'* '  ' .*'.  lic-ulifnt oM-iniU !,i :,'���������' i'.ut' ,.f t;, ..i-.-i-.  ^.  (;liii-i-il"d.'!|.;ii' i.': ���������-��������������������������� i! l...vi'i.r i.i.il :. -il'-v:  liiwn t.Miiii^ 'iml ii.lhsu^-.  .In������t ilu-'il ice l'i*|i"'i.| .1 luM.ii   dn.-i:.-   .:.  hot   .iinmi-r iiio-.i'Iih.  I  Thr fitr-nin-r li'P.vo^   \ :un--uvi-:-on Mr.i-iliv*. 1  1 _  >ml New Wt'.������tinliifi|t'r nu T'n>ii.-(I.������\_i nnd S.il-  $,  urilay.  Mode i.ite i: i-������.          .                       "  ���������fee  ComDletc and Rc^s-i's'.*:.  Ml /Shout Revelstoke .,  7Vic Otilnrmj Iti'ilit: Wru'-llr-rfiil'tf Jiich jM  h'oolint,'!/ it ml.('tutor J'ifci:     Tin: h  ."itj liriitl. Trout  f.n.':.".  f.nrtJcwt.,  hf.rl Coiti/tin. Jordan 1'tt.tn a ud Jingle 1'nait  v       JJinlricln.  Jjiisiuc-tft ilfcn and JJu.ii-  /i?s.'{ IJmiie.';.   The ii:iiiie,iOccu-  jiatitm. und. Residence of  Jivcrij Mttle Jie.tidcnt  in    thc    Cili/.\  ���������_?._ Kit-?' rirf. of Xorlh  -;; ~'.���������*'.'��������� for I he  , unmet. A!-  Prior,  50 Centa  R.  F. PETTIPIECE,  Itevelstoke, B. C.  1 gagg8SSS������gg@g������^ >?^%S������QS5s>^^ Great Britain  Calls  Out   Her   First^Class  Reserves,  AWFUL DROWNING ACCIDENT  A HALIFAX YACHT1KG PARTV'S  RIBLE  EXPERIENCE  TER-  News of the Dreyfus Trial is Veiry  Meagre,  Ol  London, 'Sept.   5.���������The   war   offi.-.e    eld in conjunction with the fall mco'.-  has   sent   an   urgent     order   to   the   ing oi the Jockey club,  bureau of  stationery and printing to     Tho results   of the races   were    as  prepare copies     of   the   proclamation follows:  calling out the first class reserves. Trot or pace,  2:20  class:      Fieety.  The   proclamation   mii3t   be   ready 1;   Prince Sharper, 2;   College Lad, :!.  bv tomorrow morning. [Best time 2:2P/������.  "in tbe British arm- thero are four, Trot or pace, 2:30 class: Ca-La, j;  classes of reserves, or auxiliary fore- Pilot, 2; Pinto, 3. Best time 2:31',*.  es-    Milium   Yeomanry, Cavalry  Vo:-,    Steeplechase: Lucky     Girl,     1;  untccr   Corps    and     Army     Reserve Chcspia, 2;  Billy, 3.     Best time 3:41.  r Gay Lad fell  and   the owner.  Jockey  The nrmv reserve of thc "lirst class E. C. Park broke his collar bone,  rilled   out'by"  this    order   numbers     Halt mile heats,   open:      Koy Ca.-  3000  men     The   number ot  effective nithers, 1;   Kate    Fisher, 2;    Spring-  mea according 'to   tho   latest   report steen 3.      Time 53.  is S''000 '    0no mile handicap:      Louisa K, ];  Todav's news from the Transvaal Prin������oss Marie, 2; Baoz, 3. Timo l:a3.  is of the gloomiest description. Tbe Tlio Manitoba Cricket association  withdrawal of the Boers of the live final match was played at Portage la  years' residence franchise quallfica- Prairie today when "Winnipeg made  Hon"! Qualified hv their assent to the 139 to Portage la Prpirie's 72. For  nronosed conference at Cape Tovn .Winnipeg the best scores were Can-  it is thoui:ht may be a mere pietence natyne, 13; C. P. Wilson, 24; Cam-  to gain time. ero". 24* For I'or tage la Prairie:  Thirty thousand men in the Trans- Dickens carried his bat through the  vaal and 20,000 in ihe Orange Froe innings for 35 not out.  State will  take  the field. I          The   Standard   and   Diggers'   News ���������������*  gives  what purports to be the secrc CANADIAN  SCHOONER LOST  session of the Volksraad on Saturday.    According to this report the VoIks- j Godericii, Sep. 5.���������The schooner  raad not only determied to reject me Lisgar, of Toronto, was lost about 00  five year proposal, but also stoutly miles from hdre yesterday. She was in  opposed it. Kruger is visiting Cape t0w with the steamer Clinton, unci  Town and resolves to make a stand, bound for this harbor, loaded with  for the abrogation ot England's claim coal from Buffalo. Tho vessel is a total  of suzeraignty. " The Boer government-loss, she having gone down, under  organ then asserts. "The government, stress of water. It is feared that tho  bom rural and burghers, feel that crew were allJ lost. Captain. lu'ce-  they have offered all that they "u- man, of St. Catharines, was in charge  ted to offer and are now resolved to of thc Lisgar.      The captain's     wife  stand  or  fall ��������� by  this decision."  DEWEY AT  GIBRALTAR  Oiympia   and   British    Garrison  change   Salutes  was cook.      Owen Callagher, .of     St.  Catherines,  was  mato.    "Pat      Joyce,  from the samo place, and Frank Mollet  | of Kingson, wero  deck hands.  There  i were two moro, one from Tonawauda,  N. Y., and another from Buffalo,  the  names of whom are unknown.     The  steamers Clinton  and Germsby came  to Godericii for shelter.  They had  a  narrow  escape  from  being  entangled  in tho wreck, the Lisgar having been  al'" between them,  tne ,  Ex-  A WELSH DELEGATION  Gibraltar,   Sept.     5.���������The     United  States cruiser Oiympia, with   Admiral  George   Dewey  on  board,   winch  ' rived  here  al  9:15  a.   m.,  fired  usual   salute   in   honor   of   the   garrison " and   the   compliment   was   "o-_  turned by the batteries on shore and.    by   the   British   battleship   D'evusu- '���������    Ottawa,-Sep.  5.���������Messrs.    L.   Lloyd  tion_     ,_ . '' George, il. P., W. XV. Reese, of Swan-  ���������Vt noon the American commander sea, and A. Lewellyn Williams arrived  landed, the batteries again saluting, last, night, along with W. L. Grimm,  With the second battalion ' o������ the' thc Canadian government immigration  Grenadier Guards in attendance, Ad- agent iu Wales. They comprise a  miral Dewey drove to the palace in delegation from Wales to look over  a carriage of General Sir Herbert Canada with a view of reporting upon  Biuuulph, the governor and com- It as a suitable field for Welsh  mander  in chief,  for  the  purpose  <~f .   emigrants.  paying Biddulph  an  official  visit.   '     !    :  The   Olymphia   is   expected  to _sa 1     -  on  September" nth en route to  New-  York.  STRUCK A BERG  With   an  NEWS'?)    ABOUT DREYFUS  Rennes,   Sept.   5.���������The   fifth   week  of ��������� the  court martial  of  Dreyfus  be-  Ocep.n Greyhound Collides  . -    Iceberg.       '���������>  ' London, Sep. 5.���������The Anchor Line  City of Rome arrived hero today. She  reports that on Thursday the steamer  gan  today,' with  the  largest  attend- ran into an ico berg.  auce vet seen at Lycee.    Interest in     The weather     was foggy and , the  steamer was going very slowly,- at  about two knots speed, when sudden-  auce  the trial grows as the end approach  ob.    Six to ten days  is given as  th  limit for tho further duration    of ti.t. ly an iceberg loomed  trial.     There   were   an   exceptionally  largo number of ladies present iod_y,  their   bright  costumes   giving   a   gay  look to the court room. *  COLUMBIA' CHOSEN  To Defend the American Cup  the Shamrock  ahead. Orders  were promptly given to reverse the  engines, but the impact occurred  before anything could be done. Tlio  jar was terrific.. When the steamer  backed away a hasty ��������� examination  failed to disclose any damage to the  steamer's hull above the water line.  Some water had got into her forepeak,  i\gaiast but Captain Young says the hull is as  tight as a obttle. Beyond the scraping of some ornamental" work about  regatta the figurehead, nothing can be seen to  Seven Drown and  the Rest  Saved- by  Heroic Bravery  Halifax, Sept. 5���������A terrible accident, resulting iu the loss of seven  lives occurred off the harbor last  evening. The victims were a picnic party wmch lofi here yesterday  morning in a yacht. Their destination was McXab's island, about two  miles from the city. The boat reached  its destination in safety and the  pleasure seekers spent an enjoyable  day. 'iiie patty included Robsrt  Davidson, aged 25, his wife, aged 2t>,  his sisters, Mabel aged 13, Florence  aged 23, Alice _, Bertha 24 aad  Louise29, William H. Hamilton of the  citv clerk's office aged 29, J. Hanc ick  aged -10, J. Poole and Edward Judo  of H. M. S. Talbot.  About 5 o'clock the party started to  return home with a strong wind blowing. The wind blew until until it  assuemed thc proportions of a gale  and heavy squalls followed one aftor  the other, in quick succession. it  was one of the most dangerous sailing days that has been experienced  here for some time, and when lhe  boat was in the most dangerous part  of the channel, with all sails sot, a  tremendous gust of wind broke orer  them and tore the mast from its  box. The second, gust forced ine  heavy timber back, add striking th i  bottom smashed a large hole in it.  In a moment the whole party was  doomed to face death. Eleven weie  battling for their lives. Poole and  Jude, who were excellent swimmers,  caught Louise and Bertha Davids-m  in their arms, and started for the  shore, 'i no others were left to then-  fate. Mrs. Davidson was the first to  disappear beneath the waves and  shortly after the others followed her.  For' nearly a quarter of an hour  the brave officers fought against the  terrible odds and were at last picked  up by a passing steamer. The women were almost gone and it w.'s  only after careful medical attention  that they were urought -to.  THE TRANSVAAL QUESTION  London, Sep. 2.���������The Transvaal situation continues to become more warlike. The palpable and clumsy' parrying of President Kruger has all nnt  exhausted the . patience of British  statesmen, even as it long ago exhausted the patience of tho British  public - both at home and abroad.  Nothing short of an ultimatum of the  most unmistakeable type will, it s  believed, bring Kruger to a just realization of the position, then, he must  either fight or crawl under the barn.  The probabilities are in favor of hi.-:  being forced to fight, for his people,  who have lived in a fool's paradise  since England's blunder at Majuoti  Hill, would never tolerate submission  on' the part of Kruger until driven  to it at the point of the bayoncL  Indeed Kruger has admitted to a  friend that he believed war now .to be  inevitable and that' it will ' come  quickly.   o   ELEVATOR ACCIDENT  St, John, Sep. 2.���������An accidant occurred yesterday on the new Intercolonial grain elevator. Four men  who ���������were working inside undertook  to raise their light staging structure.  They held it in position preparatory  to making it secure wheu some lumoer  fell from above, knocking the staging  from their grasp. Two men fell a  distance of over 50 feet. ��������� One named  Herbert Han-'- - Truro, .,ova Scotia,  aged 27, alighted on his head on -tne  floor, and-his brains were dashed out.  Another man - named Donald ' McEachran escaped with only serious  external injuries. ,,  SAMPSON TO  BE RELIEVED  Washintgon, Sep. 2.���������At the conclusion of the Dewey celebration at New  York, Admiral Sampson will be re ���������  lieved of the command of the North  Atlantic squadron. This - action is  taken at,the request of the admiral,  who has already had much moreftUan  thc share of sea service in his grade.  Newport,     Sept.     5.���������The  o f  a   ^ ^^ ^  committee advertises that' the Col- indicate that tho vessel suffered from  lumhia is superior to the Defender, a collision. At the time of the ac-  and the third' race, scheduled for cidont the passengers were at dinner.  Wednesday, will not be sailed. This The shock terrified almost all of them  _nieans���������that^the_Colnibiaiwill, defend and for_a brief period.much coiuuslon  the' cup against the Shamrock tins prevailed. Order was soon - restored,  year.    . when the commander ass-ured     theni  The   Columbia   beat  the   Defend.,  that all danger was past.      Tho ^itv  in a trial race today by 11  minutes,  0t Rome brought 671 cabin    and 322  40 seconds.      The Columbia crossed  steerage passengers,  the finish line at 2.33 and the Defender   folowed  HAD A HOT FIGHT  Southampton, -Sept. 2.���������A fight  among the firemen on the American  liner New York occurred this morn-(  ing. Five men are in the bospit.ti.  one not expected to live. The police  -quelled-the^roitand-are^now-^looking.  for the  ringleaders.  DREYFuSARDS ARE GLUM'  at  2:44./  STEAMER SUNK  Lisbon, Sep. 5.���������A steamer of tiie  Clan line (namo unknown) wliica  foundered off Sagres, as the result ot  a collision with a Danish steamer in  tho fog had her crew rescued1 by tho  Daish steamer.  AN ABORTIVE STRIKE  , A PROSPECTOR DROWNED  W.'ndermere, September 2.���������(Special"���������While crossing the Kootenay  rive* on Sinclair Pass, Joe D. Gar-  and fell from . his horse and was  drowned. He, accompanied by Wm.  Goundrv and Lee Crockett left Oko-  toViE oii August Oth for Windermere  to do assessment work ou their claims  the  Sunset  and   Sunrise,  located   by ,   Lo]ld       s      5___The nll 3trik,  thSR ������"  Flnle>' Tfik(i!i f^-,1  n'hniil-  of seamen and steamer firemen which  ,7^'^' "aci"*     fr [Zt ?ound hai 1)Cen tl������'eatene-������ f0-'     so<--������  time  10 c-clock in the morn ng ley  found (leclared      today.     ., |ie     shi  it very high   anel  svvitbut    a* Ing i_  mot a par y of Ind am,��������� vrho h. d bate-   , Seamens' and  Firemen*'  ly forded It afew houia, bom c  thc> conference in regard to  started  aeron..    Gouidiy  taking the Qj Reports  lead and Ga ra d    folio * ������S-      W������������������" M to the effect and thoroughness of a  ��������� Goundrv had  reached  the shoie anel ment havo not yet been rccelvcfl,  Garand   about    the    mid ������e    ������������   ������"-" except from Soul)th shields, where it  stream, Garand s hoise st   nble 1, loos- ' meu  ing his feet in the cuiient and turn- M        meetings have been held  ov.r two or thiee times     He flnall.   Jr tUe vi(/nity o������ the ^^ dockg#  righted   himself and  made  the  bank Tlie SI)eakers expressed the determina-  bift his rider was gone.   Garand drift- t,on of the meri to TemaiTl   idle untn  ed  down about  loO  yards  and  sank. thelr  demands  had  i^en  granted,   it  His   companions   searched   along   the  ]s not llkely that the strn-e     wlI1 be  hank   for  five   miles   but   found   no  conjpletely ordered for several    days  li ace of him.    The cliffs here arc  ~o and untu then Us extent v.m not De  full   of   gorges   and   cliffs   that   the known_ or its result keenly telt ThG  body may never be found, and when  manifests  of the Unioa orderin& lhe  it is*3 it may be  miles below. men,.to strike includes all ports of the  Fcm a note took found among the Un���������jd Kingdom.  dead man's effects it is learned that -    Later._The  strike has euded  fn  a  he was from St. Lami, Qnebec, about nasco in London   Liverpool, Glasgow,  45   years   ago,    wuere    somo   of_hh, Nev>. Castle aml elsewhor0i the     sliip  owners being ready to fill thc striker?'  Rennes, September 2.���������M. Godfr'.y  Cavignac, former minister of war,  arrived at Rennes last evening. There  is much speculation respecting the  motive of his reappearance. '.the  general conjecture is that it implies  a fresh shuffling of thc cards ot the  prosecution. Symptoms, of despondency have manifested themselves in  Dre'yfusard circles during the last  few days.  * o   0 MANITOBA CROPS  A Large Proportion Cut���������No Frost-  Yield 25 Uusneis to the Acre  Winnipeg, Sept. 2.���������Crop repor'j  from points along the N. P. railway-  are most saubfactory to the country.  Seventv-five per cent of the wheat io  cut. lie vleld is about 23 bushels to  the acre and there has been no frost.  The   wheat  is  nearly  all   No.l  bar J.  HTRANGE  DEATH  OF  A  FARMER  *%<+  J7&*  OF THE LAM)  K  Ferguson  Is the richest  mining distnct in British  Columbia  Is right    in  the  rehest mines  heart    of   LarcJeau's  Now is tBs lime to Invest in  ferguson Ml Estate  And Her; arc thc Reasons Why  You  Should Get in on  thc  Ground Floor of this Rising Mining Camp  First: \  Is in the.luT.rt of the iuiiu-s and sn  titua'.rd that it will always he ilio  outfitting "j" oiti. for'ftll the bin ("Iiipj.cri".  A glance at a map of the dislrict will  convince the jfruost skcpliuul of this  ��������� fact.  Second:  The miners and initio ownr-ra will  mike their h.adr-uaners at Ferguson.  Third:  Nose year Ftrgnson will havo two  railways, namely the Lardo Duncan  and the C. IM.. Both lines liava K?en  surveyed into the town, aud the Lard.)  Duncan are light now. clearing the  laud for tlieir new depot.. and woik-  shops, sideways etc.  Fourth :  The Silver Cup, Sun-hine, Net tin L,  ���������*������ Tow.-er, True 1'issuie, Bad Shot  lkor.dview, Old Sinnma, Silvir Queen,  Silver Belt. The-Horn Lidge Group,  Big lrive, Wogner, Abbott, Holy  ,jWoS?s, Era] ire..and other well known  pioperties are t.iibulory to Ferguson  and aiq all within a lauiur. of 10 miles  of lhe. townaite.  Horn   is   the   Golden    Opportunity  vi *  Next summer may be too late to get in at  around floor price-.   Advice���������Act prompt-  ���������     " ly.      -     .  Ferguson  Is absolutely  deau District.  without a rival in the Lar-  Lots-Are Selling Fast���������  Spokane Capitalists are reaching afler Ferguson property and expect to pull out with*  a handsomo return, as experienced by them  in-tbe eaily dajs of l������0S3land.  Why Not  You ?  Lota selling now at from S150 to S250���������  Choice Comers.  r__ ^All-information, can -be. procured   on.  application to  F, BUKER, Local Agent,  . FERGUSON TOWNSITE.  SIX HUNDRED KILLED  Yokohama, Sept. 2.-SiXp hundKd  lives have been lost by ������-Ve."?������^;r������  of a copper mine at Besshi .Island of  Shiomo.  Brandon, Sept. 2.���������A most mysterious case lias~ occurred at Sourls Ford,  near Melita.   A wealthy farmer nam-  d   Alex.  SmiP~    a  bachelor,   lived''a I  " - - ...        i  wuere somo of hi  family arc "supposed to now reside.  He albo has two brothers in Montreal. For some time he had been  ln the,, employ of John Lineham, a  lumberman in Alberta. '   *  places at once,  without funds.  Thc     strikers     are  LABOR DAY  WINNIPEG  WINS  hermit life. Noiie of his  know anvthing about him. On Aug.  ������3rd smoke was seen as if the house  were on fire and this proved to be  true. Smith was found in a dying  condition, and died next day. He was  about 4S years of age, was born ln  Scotland, lived a time in Iowa and,  settled in Manitoba about 10 yea.-s  ago. . Anyone having information  about Smith should send the same to  .Tonn Crearer. of Melita, or tho official  iidministrator, R. 51. Matheson, of  Brandon.  THE   OLD   STORY  BREVITIES BY WIRE  Professor Smaie, ot Toronto unlver-  sity, has resigned.  The Bisley team to represent Canada has been selected. ..���������,,, ir.  President Kruger has privately intimated to a Boer frend that war is  lnTh<T!Dreyfusards   are    despondent,  fearing   some   new   and    unexpected  The British  government   Transvaal  dispatches of a recent date have heen  published. .  The   International    hotel  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  and Soo Line.  CHURCH   DIRECTORY  METHODIST CHUKCH ��������� Rovelstoke.  i'leaching aervicea at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Class meeting at tho closo ot the  morning ocrvice. nabbath School and Bible  Claaa at i.'Ml ii.m. Widely prayer meeting  evory Wedneeuay evening nt 7:30 p.m. The  public aro cordially invited.   Seats tree.  ItEV. B. J. THOMPSON, PaBtor.  Church of England Sunday Services  JJight a.m. Holy Communion; 11  meeting, litany and sermon, (Holy  Eucharist, llrsi Sunday in the month);  _:;j0 Sunday school, or childrens'  service; 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.-  pitESIiYTJSItlAK CHUKCH���������Revelstoke.  J- NCTvice (ivyr, Sunday at 11 a n: Hnd 7:30  p.m Bib'o Cliss nt 2::W p.m., lo which  i.il aro wi'lroiuo. Prayer mcetiuK ac fa p.m.  every Weduobilny.  UEV. T. MKNZIES, Pastor.  The Acme������������������������  Soda  Water  Works  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Aerated Waters, Soda, and Mineral  Waters in Syphons and Bottle*.  Factories at Vernon and Revelstoke, B. C.  M. J. O'BRIEN.   PROPRIETOR  IJ OMAN  l\-    Htn  CATHOLIC   CHURCH���������Kevel-  Htokc.     ^Iilhs   llrbt and third Sundays In  month at 10:30 a.m.  KKV. FATHER THAYER.  o AI.VATIO" ARM Y-..t>otinK_ ovory nipht  "^   in ihe:r hull on Fiom Street  Loyal Orange Lodge, Xo. 1658.  fyfjf      Iicf.-iil.ir  JSiL     IllldlrllO.  jOiP-   "(i-.'i-n in  IUcjiiiliir  medium art  held hi the   imvi Hull on lho third Friday  I'.lltll ������t 7..ii ji. ni.   V bit III);  In din fit c. ml in U\* Invited.  W. <~. lib nov. V.-.M.; R. I\ I'ctii-  jiIccp, lice. S-: F. A. Kcttlcson Kin. See.; Thos.  Stei'il. Treasurer.  Court  Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F.. No. 3461.  Meets ln tbo Odd-  fi'liow*' Hall un tho  -nil ami ith Fridays of  eacn moiitli. Visitir.it  lirpthrm inilted to  attend.  It. Ciimplii'll,    K.  Chief Katiger.  D. J. C. Johnson  Kee.-Sec.  f}eve!sto!\8  Hospital  Maternity Room Li connection.  Vaccine    kept     on    hand.  Undertaking* and Embalming  F. Howson & Co,f  MACKKNZIK   AVK.  T.'ct.iil Dealers in Furniture.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymar}.  Draying and delivery work a. uptclal-  ty. Teams always ready on shortest  notice.     Contracts for jobbing taken.  -rs.   McKechnie   and    leffn. Attendants!  REVELSTOKE  iPGH WORKS..  Blacksm .tl_ix_c~> Jobbing'  Plumbing.   Pipe Fitting  Tinsmithin?  Sheet Iron "Work  Machinery Repaired  Miniqg Work a Specialty    _������_  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke   Station.  eon  prings  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  "Well Known for Their  Health Giving Propeirties.  Both Hotels Opery  The AiTO\v,Lakcs Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily  A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers'  and the Springs. "<��������� '  Good     Accommodation both  at   the , Springs   and  the Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.  .- ���������SI. 25_pci__day._^i_s,^   Baths Free.  Eates  BROWN,  Proprietor.  at  ���������     __ Fort  neighbors g^g ^"destroyed" by flre yesterday,  and the whole town had a narrow  escape. -.     ,    ���������,,  The season's lur trade in tha Ji.a-  monton district has been good  "Word has heen received from the  Glen-Campbell party in he far north.  The leader of tho Afrikander party  in Cape Colony- has heen summoned  to Pretoria. ,.  In a collision, on tho North faea  canal, near Amsterdam, nine persons  were drowned.  ���������Celebrated    by  Winnipeg  Style.  in    Rojal  "Winnipeg, Sep. 5.���������The Labor IJ.17  ���������celebration hero was a Krcat success  ycfitcrdny. The procession was ono  und a quarter mllcy lone. Six thousand people paid for admission to thc  xhilbtlon Park, where Uie sports were  Winnipeg, Sept.2.-r-"lt is not alwavs  the best team thnt wiu-~" is an old  saying that wan fully exemplified at  Fort Garry yesterday afternoon between \\ mnlpeg and Holland lacrosse  teams for the intermediate championship of western Camilla, mis match  resulted in a win for the Winnipeg*  by a score of 1 goals to 3. extra time  hnviiiK t<������ he plaj'ed before the rpsttli  was achieved.  A Toronto Girl Ends Her Troubles  With Carbolic Acid u  Toronto. Sept. 2.���������A girl of 22 years  of age was found in Johnson's Lane  in a central part of the city last  r.If~'nt in a dying condition owing to  the eifects cf carbolic acid. She  died at the hospital at midnight without identification. It is evidently a  ease of deliberate suicide from the  usual  cause.  "Well, what clay will they hold their  Sunday school picnics on?"  If seeing is believing, the oue eyed  man would he of a skeptical turn of  mind.  President Kruger quotes the 83rd  psalm against John Bull, who might  retort hy quoting from the 2nd psalm  which may be freely translated into  "Why do the Bocr3 rage and Osm  Paul Imagine a vain thing."  Days    Acrcss   the    Cori'  tiacnt  by the  "IMPERIAL LIMITED"  Tl c fittest and best equipped  train crossing tbe continent.  Trains leaving tho Pacific Coast  TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and  SATURDAYS connect nt Fort  William with the palatial lake  steamers "M,������iiitobn,"AIberta" and  'Athabat-ca" across the great lakes  J, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING.  AND  INSURANCE^  AGENT  F. .MeCJIRTY  For   inrorniiitinn,   time  map������ and tickets npiily tr>  Cfird&.  E.  T. W. BUADSHAW,  Auent, Itevelstoke.  .1   Covle A"-. t-Gen. Passcuger  Agent, Vancouver, B. C.  .Wholesale and lletail Dealer iu   PRIME BEEF, PORK.  .MDTT0.N Jl-ND BJM38J16E  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Itevelstoke  [ Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake ,City, and Ferguson >   Q
Don't Send Away
for your ���-
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Goods.
When   von   rs-l   cot   evorvthitiR yon
.���i-icrn price* n*. '.lie
CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.,
/nj$->!?.il   order*   !uii_e.!iiv,'.'!y   fittcuded
CIIA?. R. MflHINALI1, Mnimner.
MCK _-"*- 12   AVE..   '~~*Vr*I..1'*I-K   STATION.
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LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   HEWS
���Baltimore Oysters nt Wocidrow'. .
Mayor McOni't.y is nwny in lhc
Okiiiiiitriin valley.
Mrs. II. A. Brown has been -spi'iiding
the week nt the II.il.ynn licit Spring-.
Trout fishing at the St. Leon llr-t.
Sprinits is reported tn be excellent.
\V. F- Citiffp left 'his morning on a
liii=iiics.= nip to Albert Cnnynn nnd
IlWilk'wnet.
Xn qiini-nin nt lhe iiieeling nf the
cniuii-il of th. lhinr.l of Ti'inle un
Thursday evening.
H. .1. Bourne intend*" to convert ,T.
E. WVmhl's ciivpi'iiti'i' simp behind the
_Huic.M_.l~ otllic into a rc-idenre.
I"". P. Cl n-Ue hns left Jus. Gill & Co's-
(>inpliiviii"iit and has taken n im-.il ion
as night cli'i-h in the b'r.inn  lintel.
I!. rapping is
pi-:ition to h.iv,
foLU* 4*MJb> %[*$&?��
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Jt&t.At,..,.
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NOTE AND COMMENT.
Seeing thnt, the i-einelery here is the
phu-i" of lini'i.-il nnt (inly I'm- the in���
liiiliil.-iiit- of l lie t.iiwn bill, ,-iImi fni' the
whole population nf a (listrict. extending ,-it- least 51) mill'.- in ench (lirccliiin.
it si'i'tns i lint, ihe iircivinciul govoiu-
iin'iil, ini^lit, very well he asked by iiiir
city i-ciiiucil tn 1'iiiiti'ihi-itt' n good sh;irii
nf ihe expense of fencing unil clearing
it.
would,
n Until! lln-
nl llie
I'liiitinl
ill .-ulnting a count cr
t In- proposed sidewalk
iniilt bv hulf frontage .-ind hull" .general
tax.
Citv Engineer Illicit hns heen busy
fni- the List couple of days put tin}! in
the slake- for the loin? expelled sidewalk.
.1. Morgan left, fnr Ferguson this
morning. Hi" will return next week
to C.ui.p jlc-Kinney by lhe Okana.gat"
route.
The- f.-inio'is Gndfmv band wero
pn-fenger.- on 'J'lini-dnv's Xo. 2. going
lhrough tn fulfill nn engagement nl.
I_n_>*liind.
The long expected deed foi- tl.e two
lots nn' McKenzie avenue owned by
the Rnin-iti Oiitholic i-liiiTch, hns arrived at hi_>i-.
J .1. Bland, nf the Front, slreet hoot,
and shoe store, left mi Friday nighl
with Mrs. Bland fnr Vnnc-niivei-, where
he will open up business.
The Revelstoke Li me Co. shipped a
eat- of liiiic to T. Tompkins, Siciinion��.
the other day and expert. :i car in for
tbe local trade in n few d.'iys.
A. E. Walt, proprietor of the "Diamond Core Drill, was in town this
week from the Glengarry, where the
drill has been at work this season.
T. Tompkins, lhe O.R.R. conlraclnr
was in town on Wednesday. He reports lhe new hotel nnd station nt
"sicamous us ready for the plasterers.
A representative of Ihe .Scuttle P.-T.
has been doing tlie town on the basis
ofaftee write-up of half n page in
return fnr Hi) subscribers lor three
months each.
Rev. S. .T. Thompson will prencli I o-
inoi-row at both services in the Methodist church, ln the evening he will
conclude th _ .-erics on the story of
Francis Willaid.
Alex. Allen, one of "Vancouver's star
l.-iciospH players, was in   town yeslci-
d:iy visiting  liis  brother,   .I.G.Allen.
onr popi'iliu- lr.rnl  agent for  the   Do-
.   mininp Express Co.
A. Munro. the well known ljivrdi .in
mining manager, was in town this
week after a prolonged visit, to the
minim; districts on the const nnd south
Kootenay. He is on his way lo Jion-
trenl.
An interest ine: Epwnrlh* League
meeting, will lie held on Monday evening. '���'��� Temperance, its cause nnd
Etfect" will he the subject. F. Buker
is the lender, which ensures a good
meeting.    Come.
Bourne Bros, hnve decided to open
n dressmiking departtneiit- in tho rear
of their slore nnd exiled n dressmaker
from the east, with nil the latest
mod0.-* and fashions, to arrive shortly
to take charge of it.
���Now is the eh.nice for ladies'
hunting bargains ni Bourne Bros.
Three cent postage stamp- marked
down to two cents at the Big Departmental Store, dune early and avoid
the rush at lhe stamp counter.
���\Y. A. Carlyle. formerly provincial
mineralogist nnd iKiw superintendent
of lhe B. A. ('. properties, hns according to a Rns.-liind despatch, been olfered the superiiueiidency of the famous
Rio Tir.to coptier mines in Spain at a
���^~3aiar"rof-S'25:G00-a-yeiii*. ���-���--���- =
Fred Fraser report-j so far only ;i
poor collect ion of minernl specimen",
irom lhis division for the Pari- exhi-
liilion. The collection is still here ns
the ii__-lrtict:o:is lo forward it to Vic-,
tnt-ii^were   countermanded   nnd   Mr
As the UKiiAl.O predicted hi
.Ine Martin h.is coine nut with
footed iippeai to the labor vote
prnvitn-e in place liini in powei
next general elect inn. which
I'lM'liiinly hi"-postponed for a very long
lime aft it llie open ing of I lie nexl
m'-.-'uui sif the legi-lut.uie. Anil it Inok.-
very itmcli as if \V. li. .Mclnnes meant
to join the I'l'iliuilil.-ililii .loi.- in the
(-(lining inelee. ll will nt nil events be
a lelief lo have n provincial election
depend nn the iiccepl,iiu-i_ or rejection
by llie eiect.nrs of sonic well delined
pi-incipli's. One tiling. however, is
cm lain, if Martin gets in a.s labor
premier thi.- prnviiice will be an excellent phu-i! m keep out of until the
trouble, is over and the gales of the
socialist ic pnradU-V are won. Ynu
cannot make nil nmck'tU; without
breaking eggs, neither cun a, labor
platform lie inaugural ed without .-o
disl Hilling business as to cause uncertainty, lack nf c.inliileiici' and depression, Rul, nl'li'i' the niiiuli'lle i.s
inaili" il may ent all  right.
Fov this kind of work .Ino Martinis
an ideal leader. lie is absolutely careless of bye results as long as thu main
end is achieved. If be wins on a platform nf social reform, every plank in
I lint plnl forin will be materialized
in legisbil inn. The consequences lo
llie investment, of capital and bu.-iness
generally in the proviiK ci will cut no
ice wit li'.loe. And it, is the very fe.it uro
of his political makeup which gives
lhe man his inlluence. Itis not likely
Hint, lhe sensible wnrking men of
Nniiaiino took much stoek in W.U.
iMcInne*-' declamation on the sacred
rights of labor. But. when due Martin
appeals In the labor vole. workingiiR'ii
know Hint he means what lie says and
thai, untiling will prevent liini from
carrying nul. his pledges; and lh.it is
the secret of his power.
fiiU-lilowii " M. li." nud permits n
report to he published in n prn.-.|U_clu-.
willi these initials tacked on to his
inline, then his friends must recognize
the fact llint Ham Jones is either a
coiisuiniiinti.' unci dangerous l-ngiui or
else ii c-oncuiteil, ignorant mid likewise
d-ingeroiis fool. The public have no
nu.iiis of discovering tlm antecedents
of tiain .liine.���or if tliey have they
rarely put, themselves tn the trniilile
I.o enquire, ami therefore Sum .Jones'
report is .-iccepled���we refer now more
particularly In lhe gullibility of lhe
Miinll invesior in Eastern Canada���
without qin'.-.lion ns thnt of a mining
engineei. presumably epiite ns well
qunlilicd im the average mining engineer Io pn-s judgment on the " mine "
in quest inn. nr whnt il really niiiomits
io. in nssisliug I be promoter to sell his
-tuck. If, by reason of such represen-
Inlioiis, stuck is subscribed for, bolh
the bogus " AI. E." nnd the promoters
of thu'scheme should, by all thnt is
right mul ju.-l. be liable lo prosecution
for obtaining money on false preiences.
Vet. iu liuw ninny cases is this course
followed? -We have yet tn hear of a
.-ingle iiimt'iuci'. Thai, however, new
cnnipiiiik's are being and have recently
been Honied in British Columbia, and
pio-pi'i-tuses issued on the strength of
reports written by men having hut the
merest smatterings of minernlogy.nud
nil knowledge whatever of mining nr
engineering, is well known, fnr only
within the Inst few months il hits been
nnr painful duty to remark on more
than one enterprise promoted on these
lines.���.Mining Record.
LADIES' gMPORIUM
Third Street, Cestui:.
Opposite Cowiin Block.
A full assortment of all the latest
novelties in fancy goods just opened,���Ladies' hygeian underwear,
special line of combination childrens' togues, tanis and napoleons.
/DBF*Stniiipii!"" 'lone to in-lur.
And tlmt
down the gn
proirrnnniie. of legUlntion
To-Day's Announcements.
The W.C. T. U. of Revelstoke will
meet ill t.he Methodist church next
Ttiesdiy al :,.S0 p.m. A full attendance ia particularly requested as the
annual election nf officers mul the
election of a represotilnlivu io the
convention will lake place.        It
���The ladies' aid of llie Methodist
church decided at, their meeting yes
terilny to hold n ./npnnese social at the
residence of JMrs. T. Downs'. Second
stieet. The. elate selected is Tuesday,
lliu 101 lv inst. A good lime will be
liini. U
A special iiieeling of L. O. Ij. No.
UBS will be held in I he-Oddfellow's
llall to-iiight at!) o'clock sharp.
��f (^Mtfegips .os B|��w i�� ^^4 <
All Sizes
M. K. La^wson.
A. H. HOLDICH
ANALYTICAL CHEMIST
AND ASSAYER.
Koynl Si'liool of Minos, Liindon.    Sovon venrs
ut  Morfa   Works,   Swiinsuii,     17   voiirs  i.'liicl
Olieinlst   to \VIi;iiii  C'onl nnd Iron  Co.,   Uni;.
I,mu i liomist nud Assiiyur, Hull Mines, Ltd.
(Jliiiins cxiiniluuil unil rotiorteil upon.
Revelstoko, B.C.
Meets first nml llitril Tiicsilnv in ovorv month
in tliu Odilfollows' hull. Vibillnir brutlirmi Invited.
11. VA UN US, T. K. I,. TAYLOR.
Sucroturj-. 1'reslileut.
SELKIRK LODGE NO. t2, I. O. O. F.
Moots every Siiliinlay
evciiinp: In Oildfellows'
Hull nt S (.'clock, visiting brethren corillnlly
invited lo iittciid.
.1. MATH IK .'-eci-ptiiry.
.I.TALMKR, N. 0.
The Best
iJAS.   I.   "W'OODROW
UTOHER
| Eel.nil Dealer in���
' Beef, Pork,
Mutton, Etc.
Fish and Game in Season	
Our
���I-'{''t*'l"V'l''i-i��l--M-'t'I">'l'i''i''l''I"l��t'I"l"I.
*%i       -������.-...''��� ���;   -.-      -  ���
* ?':
4< .- \
is why when he throws
intlet, thnse opposed ton
favor of
i he working mnn a? a c-la.-s hy themselves will perforce lie obliged lo lake
it np. Politicians mny prefer lo light
tlie election under ihe time honored
shibboleths of the i onservnlive nnd liberal parlies. Old time British C.'.nlum-
biiui;- would perhaps rut hev sue present
condit ion of provincial politics mnin-
t'lined. which, if somewhat haphazard,
is distinctly not. without its good
points. Bul. Martin, ,-is a. hihor lender,
can I'm ce tlie gallic nud compel every
other eleineiii. lo Inkcsidcs cillicr with
or again^l hiin. Nothing else will go
in the next election, but perhaps thu
one fact ion which will hnve lhe least
chance of maintaining n uniled stand
in the face of the (omiiig iwoltiiion of
things political is the Scinliii-CoLlon
amalgamation of ntedioeritii's. Mr.
Gnltnii will probably survive ns one of
llie leaders of tlie iinti-Mai-titi party.
Tile re.-U of the combination i.-doomed
to inevitable exiinclion. There is
going to he no room for them in the
coming scrap.
BIRTHS.
Cuhvkon���AI   yieamoiis.  on"  the -lib
inst., the wife of,). L. Ourvemi  of u
''��� son.
Fhaskii���At Revelstoke. on Sept. 7th,
the wife of .Ins. Fraser of .-i daughter.
Smyth!���:��� On Sept. Sth. the wife of
Hugh E. It. Smythe, of a son. prelum urel v.
DEATHS.
;yy'v^_s___________Gure? -.;;.
Everybody Says So.'���.���:'-    ; c ? yv
That is the renson we sell so "many. ���'?���'
UiidouhteiUy the best wafer (in the
mark et. ? They  euro : quietly., ������ind
spee.dily.    Every  wafer  hears  our
name. ' Only 25:cenls ti liox. vSani- 7
pies nn enquiry.    Sold^iy :������'���-.-.���,
nrti^'ijists nnd Stntioners,.;:;;?..
\ FIRE;:;INSU|AKGE:#i^v|;
�� Ali'i'lnsses (if ViiisiiriihleeoverecV &!
'.Si nt fair and equitnlilu rates;/���*:.- "JJ?
I LIFE'*INSURANCE#?;vII!
,*Q rollsiles-^iiohrforfellii.blc.'.Ciii'iiir.
"t iinteed values; cash loan values,   (
M -          thi-i)iii;liout tlie :liiatory?of -the?
(Q "       i-.iliey..-3;v_?;iry:_.;yyy:;K;yyi' -	
I M0I@v;fO|L0M_p
^ oiVgocirl ���business.;or.TOsitlential"
���Q vropuriy;u^r--"'v. :U-'-':^^:7':u^UM^
1 ^^te^KFAYEHEvBUKERlg;
US,  .IV
"he's (J.
fill
4.��1'V>
aroer
?  Matchmaker?
:-''tfi:?fiahdfiS:>Vfii/fifi-;"'fi'
|^3_5felleft_..._
OyP. lt.fi\yATciivI~_sr_:cT(iu.
:-:fiv;fifi;?iWatches:?;v.fivvfi'y'   '
'���'Mu flocks ?and:Riiigs
:??'iii'STjn tii ic \ypki.D
/ES~-All're|iKlr'ivork giiariiiiteeil.
Oorner Ilouiiliis
and Kbit; Streets,
Ml orders promptly filled.
RBYB&SFOKB, B.0-
THOMAS O'BRIEN,
Solicitor,   Notary Public.  Conveyancer.
Ollice in Upper Columbia Xaviiiiition
and Tramway Company's  Itiuliliiig.
GOLDEN. B. C.
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t CITY SCAVENGER^ t
jj,                     All Orders Promptly >?���
���i" Attended To  Jj-
C. HUTCHISON.?
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WH'M'WWWWt'fW'W'W'
JAS.
Refrigerators at Cost.
We have only a, few left but -will give you tbe benefit of purchasing theni at cost price. Tliis is chance you may perhaps
never get again. We require thc room lor a car load of stoves
now en route. Gurney's famous line of stoves, cooking and
heating They have tlie weight and will outwear any other
stove on the market. *
W. M. LAWRENCE,
IIARDWARR ANO TINSMITIIING.
FURNACE AND ROOFING.
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A. N. S/niTH,
BAKER,
,GR0CER
AND0QNEEGTI0NER
EStF"! have secured  the services nf XX'. Kault, a
lu-si class baker from the east.
Flour bought in carload lots.
Free Delivery,���Prompt Service.
Victoria Koad Kii.st, Itevelstoke.
banjo nnd Well Lighted
Sample tUion-.s	
SsiYTlII-.���On Sept.
child of Jlr. ^iiiil
Sinvlhe.
Dili.   lh.    ;
air... Hugh
11 fa n l
E. ll.
LOST..   -
r.cst hi.tu-peii I'niim Hotel, ihe Round lf.-iii.-e
and Third mi-ugl n-ilvi-i* i-luuiliuio wilh kuiie.
[.encil   and   oriiiuiient.     i'eward    r.i    Union
THE EIGHT HOUR LAW
Universal   in  New   Zealand and South
African Mines and  Not  Found  Detri:
mental to Capital.
Sinc-e the eight-hour law has been
enforced much bus heen heard from
mine managers in I\elsoti, win. occasionally vi-ii London, of the p.ii-.ilyxiiig
etU'ctfi which such legit-intion must j
inevitably hnve. upon the investment!
of British capital in I he mines of tho
province. Tin ise who are not in tcmcli
-NY-ii_ 1i_(^ijj1 jtj.ons^ii^hej^existJn Lon-
don
Hotel.
70-
FOR SALE.
For Fule. half price, all the liiinhT. varui'-liocl
wood, do.irs. windnv,-., fliKiriuir.shiu^le.i roofs,
���-���te., i-iintiiiiied in larire liuit.'-e al Donald.
Ti'iin^piir-atiiiii lo K*:vcl>to'Ke provided. Apply
to.I. M.Scoit, Bnrrlstur. llevelstoke.        "0-tf
CONSERVATIVES ATTENTION ! I
Tho. annual meetint: of the Liberal Conservative t.'nloTi I'.-.r Urit'sii Cohinliia will be held
at the A*---"iirniv Hull. New Westminster, on
the r.tli day of October n.'xt, eommenciug at
10 a. ir.'.1
Ml Liheral-C'diiscr-.-atives will ho welcome;
the ri^li; ;o \��ite .- I'tinfincd tod.-iccaU*.- chosen
hv I,il>erfti-f'','.i~i'rvaiivp A---o.-iation- nr lili=-
lii.-t iiiceilnirs rt'cuhiriy (-(iTivn.;-! for ihi>
mifiic.ee. (nu- dol�� i_r.(c for evi-ry twenty mein-
h--r.- ef ^nch A--.... iation or Di-iri'-: nneeibej.
Proxi.���can only *(k- ".-ed l.y nu-r.it.er- of thi:
Union. Advam'ii:- may !������'_ t-i'^en of the Hail-
to and fr-.m tlie E__i.~!io_ ivhic.h
u*e imalile to rely louvinciYiglv Fe.
.-uch a.���ertions. nnd  conseipiently ihe
���~lalmiienls of the mine managers have
been   allowed   to   go   almost   undinl-
leiigcd.    Fortunately,   for   those  who
ill-, ire lo arrive at the   truth   of  these
nsserti'1"'*-. I ben- i.-  in   NVI.-ou  at the
.p'rJjient time a, nmii'v. ho cm lay "Irtim
tilKbt'ilig a mining broker.      IIU nnin.-
tsJ.H. Droomh.'.-ul and he is travelling
the  iepre.-ent.-i-
liiiai.i-iiil   paper
I l-.ilher well Known.
j *U!in.ig nt her l hiiig.-
the iidli-d j the linn of LuiiimIi-:! & .Mvcr-.  wiio d
tig en"    \*. ' bn-i|i''^^ ill London ns uiining brokers.
i way '.Is-.r^
is'iKjimr i-.'_
O'.ll. XX'IL-
Fras��-r i-*still open toncteptaddiliotinl
sp'.-vituens.
At the reanlar  meeting  of the  lie-
form   and  Labor   A.-soi-Miion  it   was j through Kootenay ns
l-(��iil'.-eci  t"  a-k   tl-."   societir-s   in   tbe | live of The Slati-l.
city, alone with other friend" of trad
and laln.r. to meet   the as��oi-iitiou   lo I  imotig nl n.-i
arlniig" for a   l'-it uie   fioio
l.i'-n.r' l.-i !'���;���  'iml   oialor   !���
Mr. P.ioomhi'iid,
is   ;i   iiiemlier
tf .Mver-
��� niinini
',<: a;
���fiN.
:'.:f <a:ce ti:
C.K0.
15. TOW AN",
i FlH^l^illficoiiyiiice^pu:
_\ Iongaest wiiieiiUuisOryou. '���;.    u)uu
Trv n�����yt: iic.oi*ile who'������ are Mr* 1;; n��d wenrj;dr
"hjni(l-in"t'-do\vn,M (.'lotbes;.; >\"hy.?,*V\-^litmuM.se
we run ITI' vou. at prire.s, qnulityconskleretl,
which �������������� hv;fiir the c-heiipest^in the long run.
It hn.s been .sniti,thnt it trtk'es a.rich ;:niiu. ";to
draw a t-ht'ek.'a.-horsu to; draw a onrt. a.itretty
i��irl to draw attention, a toy>er to iira\vn.L oork,
a free him-H tri draw.a erowd, and gond clothes
tn coiumnml digiiitj^vear.: and: satisfaction.���-
vv.y. ?'VV: r? v-,v Vjy: Merciia^t-Tailoi;.
 '"l '-'-���"'-'".?'������ ���'"-������'���""""������ ' '?'?'"���"" ' ' :-" ���?'���''- ':
.I-'.^.4-}.^..j.;j.4-4..1.^.4-.j..j..>,-j..i-^.-'���].4-.l.^,4,.l.
-^������^Uf*rmuuuui
?.-fi'*
��� r    ii.
'���? :���'.*
?';/.*
^5* .Thai.'.s niir^Stjeelalty. .We- also ?carry.i a.,*.
"    ""       ^^^'at^vft"ffS7'"K^'.*v,(_������lv^Te7-l-^(*'I^l-!lIicl=**
Xoveltles; all kinds of Jewelry.
FOR SALE.
^nlin-0
Ri-n'l 'c-k
SI-OIT. hrtt
hy bi-st iriu"-''r*   price y'JIKi.
��� month.      Apply to .1. M.
, i'-.Vl-l-to
TO  LET.
-,Vc" ;i-,
;.*hcj room to r'-nt.   {'i.alli.)   Applv
Mit'f. JAMK- l.YTTI.K.
Deb*, in Oi loic.-r.
l.'. F. Lindin-irk lias di'-po-ed r.f iii-
present i-e-ii!"i-.ce on ('iiiiphell avenue
at.d intends to erect nnnthc:' alio
I.i! gel- oil': on the --iini" gronnd. The
new bom" is to be ready for t ll" fniui! v
tn go into on their retuin fiom t'ni'ir
���|>i opn-i'd vi-it !o Sweden, wheie they
intend to . pcnil tlle mining winter.
S:r  ?il!irl:_ ii2:'"-T3mMTi   arrived   h'-ve
on Tln-.i-day"-   No. I   and   left   by   the
south    ir.iili   P"Xt    iiiortiiug.    He   was
.-iccompaiiied   bv   hi�� cl'inghii'i'.
McC-iitliv. and hiw g
Met'.ii thy .-mil   Mi-.
II" ii.-ci-d- .-'p'-nding
I be    we-,    a nil    i\ ill
In'fm " letnrnii'g.
The piivate cni
attached to Aloi'.'lav
Montreal and wa- ni-i-npicil by 10. S.
f'iiinstnn, i/ener.il manairer of the
jj.'iiik of Monti eal. Major I.-iwrem _���
and _\Irs. I.ii iimmniid. and .Major and
Mr-. Atherly. The unity intend lo
-pend a month iit Hi itish Columbia
nnd the w.-.-t.
En.-igi*. Staigf-r. trnvi-lling finnncinl
sni'i-'.al for lhe Knlvatiot! Arniv. is to
vi-it Kevel-toki on Sunday, fjcpl.lll.
and willi ondnit special services nil day
Simdiy in the Arniv hull at tlie usual
li.v.ifs at.d on Monday :it, S p. in. Tin-
ICii-ign will give a magic lanlein service entitled: " Given in Obnrge."
This is :i veiy interesling, instinctive^
a.nd pathetic service.
Mr. Geo. H. MorV-ill. of Comaplix.
mannzer for the Kootenay Lumber
Conip.-niv. has been Ivisiting the citv.
and went out lust night for the Crow's
Nest to do some business in the Terri-
toi*ip.=. Mr. Moikill spe-iks most cn-
conragiiigly of mining pi-o<-pects in the
liirdeau country anel is looking forward for a degree of activity that ���will
surprise those who have been more or
less sceptical of the richness of that
region.��� Nelson Miner,
.im! whon it i-.-I,ile.I Ui.it.they employ
7.'51 Jerk-in iheir nOii'i-   il  can   readily
ii" imagined that tbey t!"  a   fair busi-
ni'-".     Ye-terilny Mr. I'.i oomhi-ad w_i
su-'m-I what et!Wr tlm eighr   limn-  la-,
iind had   in   London.     Hi-   reply   w.-i-i
tli.-.t he bad not heanl iinythii'g .ilmur i
il.    II<> llu-ii a-ki-d u lint  I'm"   l-iw   wi-'
und was inl'iirmeii tlinl it wa- an en.-.et- i
ment of the legi-l.liure   which   limit...I :
the p.'tiod of   woik    ill   tile   Illilli'M    i"V j
llltllel ��� til eight liouis   ill    tl'.e   '21.     The j
ail->n"l-   r.-inii'   as   ._.    -mpli-"    to    lhe;
Ml--, i (|ti'��� tioiiei.       Hi-   "in pi !-������   wa-    that
������nil. nil lien Mi-'- i mi nei - in Uril i-!i Columbi.i mini s ever
Charier.   Holten.    w'oi ked mui e   th'm   eight   hour-.     Hi-;
ibmiln inont'ii ir. I ("iiipntiy. be *-.i:.l.   hail   had   coir-idi'i- ';
v!-*it   I'.in     coa.-l j able i-xpi'i i.'in-e with   mining   in  Nee,  j
I/".ilaini ami I lie ('.ipc   and   eight, hour ���
bill.- had   ln-eii   reccgnized   lliere   fori
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A 7-r*"iiii��'l Jit'., f '-n jljjf'l "t-f-t. **��!'.Jhr1
.dial*. i-l^fTrif* iijrhtfili pun try. fjn,-f!s, i��ti*,. at
in ivt innnth.    r\Ui prlrf nj oi? H'tiy\irii*.,'jii.
Alar* a i-r-'onu'd liOn-i>.inndMru fon.vvA'-.arw,
I E.M^_fi-EIil_rM^t
���Tlio Lead Ins -   :"'  ff:.'. ...':'. ���'..
IVatel:maker and Jeweler.
. | at *'.'-'-��� o it :r.'.ntb.   Apply to
.1. KKRNAf.n \N.
ROOMS TO LET.
S.   Fir-t Street, next door to IfEi'.Ai.n otllee.. K*
4- '.'���''.���' .::'".-.'VV'.'.?'   .y-: '.*���'*
- -   ':;;;e#op_ium;;-.;9,''
_A r?,,.���'���������,��� li:i<w��Mr"_h Tnhiu'co1* just
r*'i\  i-'i;   lit a   >*.r;r:^t   in   the tlty.
Books and Stationery
Application ^for,:|Timber:;License!
fi fi>*6tiou:.is;;.herc|5y;;pivtMv afler
datel iutond to V*iy>iily* toytlie 'CIVicf (Jominis-
sionei' or.Uiinds and Works-for-.a-li^cnM' to cut
aiid';;carry '.awiiy.:tiihboiv,..i*fom lhc; following
dct5cribcdr lands,thnt is toi: say: ' Com in oncinj;
at a iiost;innrkdd " .1. "narklcy^j.'Tiiiihur l.iinit,
^NorlhwostCorntyr I'ost-iV onCHip'L.Lcdjre Oruulc,
a tributary.ofrin}r_;ton Cvmjk. two niiles from
iha.rohihKnu'C of; r>iKfi"Tod[^��-iind I'luu^um
crwlis; thence-eust Su tdinins; thenco somh .SO
tdiains; ihciu^wcst-.SO.ohainsr^tlitincc north
Sli.cliniiis.ti>. point of foinmenooinont, conluin-
���\\vs OlOaures.fi-.;,? v--^."fi;;.: -"'UUU-'-f:
>'-.'- 0H-S7 -U-U-.^ ^;-:;^4-/^-^;;-L;;/'j;fi:KAUKid*:Y
Thomson's Landinp:,;lJ.C;, Sep'tcmbor _!inl1 1S01I.
lyfilvS^lfiNOTICEfiv^v fi: -
I'-rei- l!us Keels All
llca^tiutilile ltates .
Heated bv Hot Air and Kloetrli;
llell.s and Li^'hllii evory room
rrains
L ^iT(0)��
l'KHKH,   I'KOI'IIIKTllIt.
_Sii;ht   t.rlll Pooin iii I'linncciioii fnr-ilhe ttouvenience of Guests
Arri'.ing and IJeimrtins hv Nl(!hl Trains.
B" **,
Hourly Street r:ar
Uciween Holel und Station
rK@v@Qs-fe��Bs��9 ^o(��c
':Appliciatibn-;;fqr;;';-\i
':: NoticeAshcrcby"piven tbati sixtv dm-.s nficr
(late, .T iiitund .to.vapnly .to thii.Cl'iiiM Oonimi*-
sioncr ofi.l.ands andWorks fora Hc.mim' to cut
nnd: carry r.awny;: timber . from .the loi low iim
described elands, thin is tn sny:.-,. Coin mencins
at'ii post marlced'>'T;T(;rahaine's..'riiiilier i.i mil.
Northeast Corner Post,"-..al,::-llu_ norlh wesl corner of.!'/IInrkley'.s^imlior i.liihi(.;::.* thence weM
80 chains; thence south 80 chains; thenco east
SO cbflins;.tlienoc, norlh. SO chains,' to point of
commencement, ebntaing G40 acres.-
���"=''-v��n_s7.���''.:'���":''--���. '"':������'.'���'���.>���������.������: >-.   -?������.���������'?.-(suahamic. -
Th6mson'S;I.anding,:i3.C.,;Sci_temboi' 2ml, lS'.JO.
NOTICE.
'Applicationfifor TimberyLicense
* ��X(itiee Is-licrobyKivcii that sixtv davs after
date, r.intend to apyly to the Chief Commissioner "of Larid.s'aiid .Works ,for n license to cut
nnd'.;carry away timber fromV lho tollouin.e:
described lauds, that is to, siiy::. - C!oiiunencinr(
at.a post.marked " A. Jolinsoii's.Tiiiitier Lmiii
Post,!' at the north west corner?of J. llarkley's
timber Iim it :.v thence north, su elinitis: thcuce
west SO chains; theiiee .south SO cliain-; liieuce
east to point of couimeiieeiiieitt," containing:
010 acres?; ? ������''���',"?;. ;.;��� ���:',.?.::",',".���.���"���-'
vv 69-S7 ."'������-.���.;���';*'��������� ;-iv"-*'.?...-,.':;-:;A..,10IIXSON.
Thomson's Laildinc, U.C., September 2nd, IS1.1?.
Ap:
, 'l. Tappine.
-A   ft^ortnicnt   a
-   llr'iy In and i."(:
'.      IMO'liTBte
for yourself.
���OR SALE.
Chas. J. Am an, Tobacconist.
���SSOG.
��� city v.ui.'
S300.
,\.-tliur A
1110:11 hi}
~A -it ltuv a ri"
1.11 I...' '.'. Hl.ick
. ii.i'.h ri..n-i.
ru hoiis... ,-i
"���.mnl I
I'.i'n-.; [
Iv.irnsi'liiTi'     w,i<.
! yi:\i*.      If nn eight, limir shift will not    |^600
i 1 niu mining in New Z--nbiiiii or nt.   I h" I .\w'...ue:
I (Jape. it.   is   laliie:   ililT'u ult,   to   under-1 gjsf-~",
'-laud why it should do ��o ill Kootenny. ]
��� Nelson Tribune.
i-utiil
V.lll
.>t\.s: *.'*.
��� now >���'-!
l:ir_."-
���i.| :
:;Lest We Forget
:fivv,fi?:?;:.?ivfi?v?vNo-rIpE.-y?,.
Application for Timber License
V,Notice is hereby friven tliat thirty days after
date I. inteiid applying to: the. CJliief (_;oiiiiui.,-
sioner of Lands and Works for ii.lieense to cut
Vand .carry, iiwiiv' timber? from the following
desc.rihed lands situated on Lardeau creek,
near the,town nf.-Ferguson, district of West
Kootenay. Commencing at aVpost ]ilantcd at
the southwest corner of the townsite of l-*en;n-
soil"-on tho south (ir left hank of Lardeau creek
thence riinntUK south Sil-ehabis, thence cast
_~t__5 .chain"', thence .north' .80 chain-, thence
w'.cst l-"i chains" to j.oiiit." of 'eiiiiuiioneeiiif-ut,
contaim'TiL' 1000 acres more or less.
���������"-v.     .������������'ANprtuw ������i-euccson".
T*cr_-;uson; II.C,-Aiiriisi IS.1890.
"-" ~ ','Ssi-?.
crf--^ 'Z-sTd ,
^7T^^=f��ir^?k
i^Gir&'i&z&iQ
&2>;&&
1>X^37~>
s-^^_--?5
CHEAP TmWWQQ'D
Send your orders for Fire Wood to
FRED. ROBINSON, at the sawmill
office. He will deliver at $2 25 a=cord
��� in short lengths.' $1.50 a cord,to those
who do their own hauling.
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1599
 PR0VINGIAL...
1599
L'NIlKlt TIIK
OK Till"	
A US PICKS
Royal Agricultural and  Industrial  Society of British Columbia
WILL IIU Hl-LD AT
es"
October 3, 4, 5 and 6
.15,000 IN PRIZES
iv  a  d well in ir.   s'.tuat^
"Sir.'cr.   "11st    nf   M'.-Ki
Inis :<iKii,ii; dw-'-Iiin'.' 7Ax~->i.
end lion^-s to rent, m ;,-in.l local
F.   BUKER.
.1   (.;:
It
rniiny
goodlll
and do
On Bogus M. H.'s.
is a ti-inni knble. thing, the
Telephone 36.
P.O. Box 80.
tgh. ;
:*an l'*-tify. ''Oinieon eie-uvb. |
���s 1;nows, in lit-iI i-Ii ('oliiiuliia i
ihlli'.���* in  other  mining conn  j
avasce..
IKK'. Th** --:L*'"''t':i^-'-ft-'ttTi i/ i:n<
jcod tlAi'V.'t W __:���*���.'*ko-1 hei:', to
v i��atro:j< UiT \>i.~X ia\'or?t and nl*-'/
.Uy cjfjl tb' .'-tt-'llT'on of lirj*' [>':b-
.tl w-rtr ro j*.-1   fjii-jne--*  advcrli'-e*
HARRY  EDWARDS
Taxidermist
MINHUAL ACT 180G.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
"Wavrhi.kv"   Mineral  claim   situate nn  the
l.-v.-Niokr   liivl-tioii   of    IVi-i   Kootenav.
WiH-re liiciiii-il:   Hownie Creek.
TAKK XOTICK ilmi  I. Tlioniiis Ciriihinu, as
Afrent for the Wa'crlev Mine Limited.(foreign)
("rcc MIiht'i Certilieate Xo. II. ItHll. intend
"i.rty days from the date hcrcnr.to nnply to the
Mini UK' ij.'conlcr for n Cni iti on to of I in pro ve-
iiiciit'. for llie  purpose of ohtiiluln;; a Crown
iirant i.f the alxivc clniin.
,xml  f.irtln-r ial:c noiice thnt action under
��� c.-iion ::~i must 1." commencd lK'fore the issu-
aTi' I such ( .'ruth-lite of Improvements.
bated ihis i.'.'li dav nf Aiii'iki, W.O
TlKlMAH (iliAIIAM.
11
Open to tho ^world
A R0HND 9F PI2EASMRE F9R FGtlR WHOLE DAYS
NOTICE.
Horse Races
Aquatics
Baseball
Bicycle Races
Ghampionship
'Lacrosse.,���>
Gymkhana
Naval and Military-
Sports.^   >
Band Tournament
Football
V.lf,,  prcer-,'*'!
I trie.-*, that M-einintrly honorable men I
who would lint (Ire.-im of a.-Mimiiii.' :
military, medieiiial, clerical or even
nvi-torral ic lit le- lo which lhey were
not, strictly entitled, yet evince not
the slight.-st hesitation in taking upon
tliem-selve-i th" style of miniiiK eti<j;i-
ncers or mine rnnmipeis : ant'nori-
tivcly and unlihi-shiriitty liKniinir ns
such in prospect uses of minim; companies, as having reported on the rich
���ind always "promising" properties,
wliich are th.-ieiu described. Now,
Sam .1 cities, the lawyer's clerk, and the
owner of ;i mineral claim or I wo, may
belo all appearance a very decent,
honest fellow, lint when be. aftor a
sojourn of ;i year or so in a mining
cuiiip���suddenly   blossoms    nut   us  .*i
Co..
^^atyrr^>^.
Second _-'_ri.
L'caler.s in .
Farm Produce
Fruits
Fish
Fov/ls
Game in Season.
rr',Jh supfdy t.1 n��h every morning.
Let in quote yen prices
on yonr winter's supply
nf \.-|.'"tahl''S. Vou will
��iivi' nioai-v and l;cl li
better ipiallty of pro/luce.
Jli-"r fr��.i'!'!r   f'.inl--.   Anlmn.ll.
ali'f irio:::i'.-.l.
Tflfltn KTIlKI-rr. KASTOf.-rillllH.IIOt.':
Careful attention.
Prompt delivery.
CRAGE &
MAYNE
Notaries Public
and Conveyancers
Auctioners
antl Valuators
Pole A cents for tho Smcltor Townsito of Kcrcl-
ftnkts IJ. C.
,ral;-'iHtiir-c ibr^tW* dnys after <lntc I  fntcnrl
Ir-s  a;,f "-.   tf. lln- fjjiC'f   ('OlilMlissiOll'T   of    I,ftT)dH
j and   Witrk-*   for   perini^ion   to jmrchuce  jiU)
j n< n*��   to*   land   sitiiMt--   In   the \\ (��^t Kootenay
I lJi-<rri^r nnd on tli" J.ardeim Hlvor and markc'l
I f>*t!   and   (h,i*f'rib"d    as    follow^:     Hf^'inninc
j ut fifivc I-"r;r^i:-'oii,-�� North   Kh��_i  Corni-r  which
t jioi-T   i**   mnrked   ".I..I.  Vounu's North   Wei
("nrrKjr *": then^t' ��*onth -Hi chain1',  th'*ncc ciu-t
Ui fhrtini, ih��'iii"; north i'�� chdln**, th'-ncc w?s*
lit chains ro ihe j��oint ����f conifiicnr-cni'Mit.
.1. .1. YOUNG.
A ii^in-t 'Ith, 1S00. by lil** aijpiit
C2-e0 \V. It. Tool.
FIRK,1AIK   AND    ACCIDENT   AtiaUKANCE
Miss Steele
Tc*whnr ol Mu."ic Latin,' Trench. T'eneil
fJruwintr, T_a:idscai>e nnd Fi��\iro in blnck mid
colored crnyoTii. Oil fin<l Water Color on enn-
vn��i, pilk. ^Ktin, etc. Even I n? cln-s^es in Enp-
INh brniK-he1* and tii nth em ft? ic*'. Studio,
��01 ith Hr/rfK.
FROMEY & CLAIR,
.... Contractors ....
nittCIv, ST0XK and f'LASTKRINr,.
KXC-AVATIXG, SEWERAGE.
f-TKEET GRADING.
CoiitrftctsTrtitcn.
Securitv civen ni called Ior.
"Maierial lurniihcd il aecetsary.
Magnificent Illumination
Grand Concert each evening.
Special attraction at the New Westminster Opera House-
Monster  excursions from  all  points   at greatly reduced '
prices.
For special features see small bills.
No entrance fee charged for exhibits.
EXECUTIVE -.���His Worship Mayor Ovens ; T.J. Trapp; W. J. Mathers; Geo.
D. Brymner;   R. F. Anderson; Aid. J. F. Scott; Aid. M. Sinclair.
.For Trize Lists, Entry Forms, and full particulars, write to
E. S. TRAPP. President.
ARTHUR MALINS,
Secretary.
W, H.
KEARY, Commissioner.,

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