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 I?1  -ISSTJ*E3I_   1?*V7"ia_B-A.-"W"*E3-__DIC ��������� TtJBSDAYS    J^JSTJD    _E1_E?.I_DA._2rS-  Vol.  IV.    No.   69  REVELSTOKE, B. C.   TUESDAY.   SEPTEMBER II, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  5  t  ANOTHKK B1C LOT OF  THE  CELEBRATED  Slater Shoes  ���������JUST IN���������  ANY SIZE OR SHAPE YOU  WANT.  NOTE AND COMMENT  Tho total number of ballots cast at  Llie recent, provincial general election  lias been figured out hy Provincial  Secretary Prunlice's able assistants.  Here is Llie re.-.iill fcn-aiiiaLeur t'raniers  of redistribution bills to figure on:  Klecloral District��������� No. Ballots  We-t minster:  Killing of Delia   Hiding nf Chilli wack   Kiding'of Dewdney   liitlinu; nl Hiclimuiid   New  West minuter cily ,  Vancouver citv,   Yale:  West Hiding ���������  Kasl Hiding   Nnrlli Hiding   Lillooet:  K.ist Hiding   West. Hiding ,  West Kootei.ay:  Hevei.stoke Hiding     Sloca 11 Hiding   Nelson Kiding.   Hos.sl.ind Hiding   East Kootenny:  North Hiding ,  .South Hiding   Ci ri 1100   Cas .iai-   Victoriaicity   North Victoria   South Victoria   Esquimau   Cowichan     Allierni   N.iiiaiiiio city   North Ts'anaimo   South N.iiuiiiiic <     -171  Comox     t)i:i  720  SMI  ISM  m.)  11I1.-J  ���������I2IS  Till)  1I!WI  0S(i  212  im  l_2l  1001  aai  435  I (US  ���������189  nsu  :.x._!  _S5  47(1  410  '.41  202  872  i)UU  V  !l  There is satisfaction in the  looks of a Shoe  but the wearing- quality .s  the main point.  Slices built to  look "well don't  always feel as  well. The great  trouble is with  the SHOE, not  the foot.  Our Shoes will  fit the feet.  They look well  feel welir^amr  wear well, for  they are made  well.  fr<-*4**4.*+*+**++**++****'I'*****i  ^,^.^.^.^.^.^.^..V^.^..t.^.^-V4-T.^-;-V.-^I->-l-l.  FRUIT!!  FRUIT !!!  Oiir pleasure is in supplying  tbe best of Fruits. Place  your order's with uh und you  can rest as.nred that we can  satisfy you.  Ripe, luscious fruits will  give you health & pleasure.  Anice line   of fresh   Vegetables always on hand.  C. B. Hume & Co.  _������!���������>1t/iS'������^^ie^_OT^>W6,_^ft'3  An old tinier in British Columbia,  w lit> lias watched llie progress ot  events in this province for the best  part nl' Llie last half century, told the  l_l.it.-l__i last ivi'ck that, "within the  nest twenty years Kootenay ought to  have a population of a million people  within its boundaries. This inay  soiitid a hold prophecy I'or ;i district  which today probably contains a  population somewhere between fifty  .mil seventy-five t hous.ind, but if one  looks buck to the progress made by  ICootenav within the last ten yens  ,iiid by tlie whole of British Columbia  and western Canada within the past  twenty, it does not appear _so very  i'XtriLvagiiul. Twenty years ago  Winnipeg was a rising town of some  10,001) people, Manitoba w.is just  commencing to lie setLled, Lhe Nurlh-  wcsl was only known to its, own  Indians and 11 handful of"- trlideiis,  missionaries ami mounted policemen  and Briti.-h Columbia, though part, of  llie Dominion, was as lu.tle known by  and had as little lo do witli " Canada."'  as the eastern provinces were then  universally called in tlr. west, as had  the stat'.' of Cal'fM'nia. The globe  Iroltei.of iho'-i'-ilays who' had taken  ill oiir fair c.ipilnl of "Victoria in his  wanderings was a travelled 111,111  indeed. To the pioneers of we.-.lei-u  Canada who remember those days-  ���������it'id have watched I lie development. 01  tlie country sine". 110 tnreca-t ��������� for the  future can very well seem over  sanguine.  It seems to 1 be Hun am. that. Hip  British U.ilutnbi'i giivi'i-iini.ait. in  deciding to exbni'-t all its elTorls in  making a creditable exhibit al. tin-  (jiasgoiv exposition next, y_iir and tu  iguoiv 1 he rival exhibition al. l.nll'.do.  is making a mistake, for which we in  Kootenay will hnve as usual lo pay  the piper. This continual eye lo llie  old count ty and old c-iiuiiti-v capital is  (���������liariicleiislicofVicloiia.lHit.it. is an  attitude not , lunch appiecialcd in  Kootenay. For (he purposes of the  mining investor. British Columbia is  classed witli the rest of AVeslern  America, and Lhe puople who best  understand tiie situation and ale best.  11 l)le to make use of it with advantage  to themselves and the country are  uiidonbti'dl.-*., as is only ni'tul'.if, our  worthy cousins "011 the other side" of  the 40th parallel. Milling investment,  is with them a matter ot business, not.  a gambling "flutter" or some kind of it  fouls' game. We want capital hadly  ^ilc_iitlvrIiii'fwiiiTrU"to-he-invc'"stril���������oil  business line*; and spent in business  imilhcids and as far. us the experience  ol Kootenav goes these lines, ancl  niel hods have been almost exclusively  applied by cipital in the hands ot  Canadians and Ameiicans. wherever  it. originally came from. We prefer in  short the Canadian or American  mining man tn the British company  promoter, and it is the attention of the  former and not the latter which we  want our government to attract to tlie  mineral resources of the district.  2 P^������i>^������������������������JP������*0������J^L^^������>Jh*J^P*jKr'. x*&&JWS&J*&***&*i&J*J&**+M*������> ������*������!������5������*������*sr������*i������b������s������s������^������bft������*������*������>������^ J  tit  A SATISFACTORY STORE.  '������������������IIEIBlll.l3lE.EItCtllfr3lll.gltJIII������lllllttUIGIllir.>lial  lepaabis.BiiiML.iiarHMcr-iRrrHnnBmiEi'Cit'tctEii.iliiiRli'HHai  "A child's aiming you!' tnkin' notes"  and faith he'll send them lo the new  tui 1111117 commission. That is to say  that, certain of our prominent milling  men have been invited liy the government through the gold commissioners  to present their opinions 011 the  working of the mining acts to that  hody. Now the mining statutes of  this province are pieces of legislation,  whicli if not perfect, are at all events  the products of considerable and  careful hammering out and the hulk  of their provisions have been derived  through various sources from the  actual customs and ideas of milling  men nnd prospectors themselves. Tiie  more they are studied the less appear  to be the changes, which it is desirable  to make in them. Those that seem to  be required are hardly ever the ones  which commend themselves to eager  theorists in editorial or official chairs  at Victoria. In fact the main prayer  of the mining men of-Kootenay is that  for Heaven's sake the legislature shall  stop tinkering with the mineral act.  There are a few amendments, which  might be made, a clause or so stiuck  out, a clause or so altered. Thu act  should lie made as favorable to the  bona fide prospector and mining man  und us discouraging to the claim  jumper and mining shyster as possible.  Regulations of a vexatious or impossi-  li ii nature should lie stiuck out 01  amended. There are one or two of  tliis nature. Beyond that the mining  miiimisMon, mining committee and  legislature Iind bettur leave, the act  severely alone.  Calgary Industrial Exhibition.  In connection with this exhibition  tickets will be sold Kevelstoke to  Calgary and lclurii on Sept. ULli lo  loth good lo return upto and including I he. Kith nt .$7.80 for I lie round trip.  As this is little more than half tlie one  way ���������faru it should ens.ure a good  attendance fruin here,  STOVKS  STOVKS  STOVICS  STOVKS  STOVKS  STOVKS  STO V KS  STOVKS  STOVKS  STOVKS  STOVES  STOVKS  STOVKS  STOVES  ! By bundling lirst-class Stoves and Ranges nnd only tbose f  I that were adapted io tlie  first  conditions  of tliis vicinity j"  I we  built np  ihe Largest Stove  Business in Revelstoke. jj  | That done, we Avere important people in the eyes of nianu- ������  I facturers.    Being the largest dealers, we are permitted to ������  E select tbe best lines and we  are given the  exclusive  sale I  I for I-evelstoke.    Glad to  have yon  call and   inspect  our I  I stock. =  -*nqpBflPi^3R*BEriEi!EraiiifliiaM)iiiiRBn)inr^^  STOVKS  STOVKS  STOVKS  SUOVKS  STOVKS  STOVKS  STOVKS  STOVKS  STOVKS  STOVKS  STOVKS  STOVKS  STOVICS  STOVICS  A  FEW  LEADING  LINES.  Famous  Air Tight Heaters  to  m  N  to  o  o  tn  w  th  n  w  Famous Yukon  Triple Heater  FOR. WOOD  This cut is last, vc-ir s model. , We have.in stock the,  1000 model whicli is .far superior to.the old model,  being c..tra heavy, ornament ill cast top, heavy, nickel  side i.iiN. nickel friiiil plates and damper, absolutely  the- best made'and most serviceable Air Tight  Heaters' in the liiiirket.  The Famous  Florida Furnace  The City Council  "Met ns   usual on  Friday   evening,  all  the members  in  town   being  present.  COHKIMl'ON'nKN'CK  Was received from the Kevelstoke  Water, Light St Power Co. slating  that tliey intend holding a meeting on  the Kith. insl. at whicli the oiler of  the cily I'or their plant made at. the  last nieeling of tlie council will be  considered.  MOTIONS  Kesnlved lhat thu city clerk lie  instructed to notify Dominion Laud  Agent, Nash that, the council have no  objection to ihe grant of either of  Villa lots -IO or 17 lo lhe Kouian  (Jutliolic chinch I'or the purposes of a  cemeleiy.  R.-solvcd ili.il. the cily clerk lie instructed to again ask tlie Department  of lhe Inici inr for Villa Lot -10 'or  addition lo I lie cemetery, pointing out  thai several grave- are already on the  lor.in (]iic������tion and thai il will be in  oilier respects a desirable addition 10  the cemetery, particularly as the only  means of access i.s thi-oimh lhe lot.  Iteiolvcd thai the city collector  deliver all lax notices 10 residents and  mail all tax untiles to non-residents.  lloi.nlveil lhat P. XV. committee" he  instructed to investigate She desirability of removing tlie sidewalk on  Douglas street, between Wales and  Kootenay sheets, ten feet south of its  present position and lowering it for  drainage purposes.  Kesolved that Aid. .lc.Ialion act on  the Board of Police Commissioner* in  I lie place of Mayor Sinit li during the  bitter's absence and Aid. Got don on  the License commission in tlie same  way.  HEI'OIlTS.  The P. W. commit Ice recommended  thai, sidewalks this year ho laid so as  lo leave a space between the fence line  and inner edge of the sidewalks in  size at. Ihe disci etion of the coumiillee.  The report was dually adopted.  The Conservative Convention.  . The Liberal-Conservative association met on Satuiday evening in their  committee, room in the Oddfellow's  Hall, .and appointed eight ;dele������ates,  with eight.alie.nate.s, to attend the"  ('(intention to be held here next Saturday. The name.- of the deleicales witli  Piesidi ill. XV. E. MiicL-uishliu and  Secrel.irv. ,1. 1.1. Sihhalcl. aie W. M.  Brown. John McLeod, I. T. Brewster.  G. E. Grogriii, W. Cowan. G. F. Lind-  mark, T. Kilpatrick, ,1. M. Scott, and  alternates A. Johnson, \V. Newman.  R. Gordon, R. A. Upper, A. E. Kin-  caid, T. W. Skinner, H. ' "Donnely.  The meeting adjourned till Thursday al 8 p.in. in llie same place.  THE REVELSTOKE CONVENTION  Several Candidates Who Would Like to  Go to Parliament.  Ros-land Miner. ���������There is consider-,  aide speculation rife as to who will be  the candidate of tin; Liber.il-Oons.er-.  v.-nives.-ii the convention which is to be  held al, Revelstoke on lhe loth instant.'.  There are seveial candidates iu the.  held. Ainoncr those are Hon. (.". H."  .Mackintosh, A. S. (Joodeve and l)r,'  Bowes ,of this city: John Elliott.,  barrister of Nelson." It is said, that  Revelstoke has no favotite -oil .to put  in ilie field. K.islo iiii_rht... have a,  candidate up Iter sleeve, but if Pile lias-  there lias been no intimation made of  the fact. It begin-lo look, howevei.,  that, as if llie choice re.i'llv lnyh'etweeu  the three aspirants for tlie nomination,  in this city. Governor .Mackinlo-h,  hasa inimlier of good iriends in this  riding, who would like lo st*e him ie- '  turned to ilie Dominion parliament.in,  older to compensate him foi-lhedefeat  which lie sustained in the. recent (������������������..litest for the -seat in tile piuvincial.  house. The friends of Mayor Goodevt;  urge thai it would be but a natural,  step for Iii in to go from llie Mayorship.  In parliament. Dr. "K. Bowes, his,  friend says, has done yeoman service  for liis party, is a well informed and  eloquent man and would m.ike an,  excellent. Dominion legislator. The  delegates to I he Kevelstokeconvent ion,'  however" will make the nouiinalio'ii.  Two hot pipe-*: can be taken oil lop of stove and  heat  ciiiivcvim! lo oi her rooms.      Equal to a small furnace.  Will'heat your  fireovet'iiight.  home  wilh  little <.ost.    Will  net'ain  McC lar y's Famous  Self Feeder  general  is. easilj-  These Filliiace.- aie coii-t iiicled on lhe  principles of a Base Burning Stove and aie  regulated as one. This piinciple is now ' recognized  liy the Fin mice makers of tlie United States as the  correct one and nns lieen generally adopted liy thorn.  They tire perfectlv dust and gas proof; dust, Hue so  arranged that when grate is shaken 110 dust can  enter cellar; 110 possible chance for explosion.  tfl  Hi  M  _ia^  in  u  E,  H  Nettie L.  . A. H lloldich came in froin the  Nettie. L, on Sunday. He reports  everything in the most siiLisfa'.-tory  condition. The vein recently struck  in t.he south driftis now estimated to lie  the tt'tie lead aud what lias all along  lieen taken for the footwall of the  lead is its hanging wall. Then", is  eight feet of concentrating and three  feet of solid galena, pyrites and grey  coppei in tlie new strike. Sixty  of ore has been sacked ready for  ment when the innw Hies.  tons  ship  Base burner for-Maid Goal, uiounled in nickel,  Ceonoinical and powerful lieat,er. These stoves are  strongly iccnmiucndcd for private houses.  Handsomest and  Best Working Ranges  3.. in llie Market  Ventilated Oven draws fresh warm  air in and cuiiiesaway the fumes from  roasting.  Ceiiie'nted Oven insures baking on  the bottom.  Cast, Iron Linings, cannot crack or  crumble.  They Save Fuel  Special Ten Per Cent. Cash Discount oh all Heating Stoves Purchased  During September. We carry in stock everything in the STOVE  FURNISHING   LINE.  BOURNE  jG-eneral Merchants  BIROS,  Revelstoke, B. O  ���������Wools���������douli le .Berlin, single' B"r-  lin and zephyi, 35c. package at ."VI. K.  Lawson's.  Tlie Clara Mathes Co. played in tlie  opera hou.-e on Saturday and Monday  night to lair houses.  M1S..CB. Paget, and her daughter  Alary left this moi-uinir 011 a visit to  Dr. unci Miss Paget iu Calgary-."  II, (Jr. Byrne of .the. Vancouver  branch has taken J. Ii. .Merrill's place  at this ledger in the Imperial bank  heie.  J. IL Mei'i'itt of the Imperial Bank'  stalL has been transferred to llie Vancouver branch and left on Sunday  evening for the coast.  J. (J. Kerticliam, representing tlie  Pittsburg company, which is opi-iating  o.rSfTiilh i7irek-ii'iiniieil~ro"tow'n-fibiii-  the Big Bend on Saturday.      -    ~  The-.Kditli J. .Iil'er   Co.'  who   sing  here on Friday niglit have met wilh   a j  md.-t, enllin*-iast.ic   leceplion  .al   tlie I  coast.   ;At. Nanaimo   Miss   Miller and  Mr. Campbell were repeatedly encored.  Thus.' Taylor XI, P. P. and Mrs.  Taylor let uriied to Victoria on Sunday  after taking a trip up the ITiasei' river.  Accoiding to the World Mr. Taylor  intends lo leave the capital for home  some time this week.  The memorial service in connection  witli the death' of little Kddie Me-  1 nlyre was lield on Sunday afternoon  at i o'cliic k at the home of liis aunt,  .Mr-. H. Davis. A huge number ol  sympathizing friends attended. Tile  lemains weie reniovi-d to Ihe station  and were sent lo Salmon Aim foi  iiiti-i'iiiciil. and ,'iciompanicd liy Kev,  S. .1. 'Thompson and Mrs. Davis.  ���������Call nnd see our stamped linens.  M. K.- Lawson'.-.  The Columbian College of New  'Vest minster, whose adv.has frequently appealed in these column.- will  reopen on Sept. 10. The Principal  while in the east has s������"cured the  -evvices of Mr. J. P. Davidson. 1-5. A.,  honor gi.'iduale of Toronto Universiiy  for 1 he department of mathematics  aud science. Tlie college has enlarged  ils building's and ex pec s a larger  at tendance this vear^ than ever. I11-  tfeiiding students would do well 10  write to Kev. K. Kohson foe cat-alogin-  and full particulars. The cosl for  board and tuition for full collegiate  courseis !i)20 per month.  ���������Km broidery silks 50c. a dc zen al  M. K: Lawson's.  Atlin is a' long wny olf hut* they  know-how to do xhir.gs up in style  there all Ihe sanuv They hAve just  opened thi;- new government otlice  over whicli J'TJC tri-alium presides' by  a concert and dance With great eclat  and a Ii.iudMiitn. souvenir' of the  occasion is the programme, a 11V0-1  tasteful and artistic affair, on which  iilnong old Keveistokers 3. D. Graham  figures as gold eoiiiimssioiier arid host  om the evening, XV. H. Vickcis as  mining lecorder 011' tlie Dallon Trail  and \V". (i. P.ixtoil as irtie of tlie dance  committee'. ' Tlie new building i.s a  -mniller editioil of tiie one familiar to  Ri velstokeis on Coveriiiucnt Hill.  THE FiSH RIVER- CAM-P  \  i hree   Outfits Will Keep Up Work All  Winter.  Tn a recent interview w-ith thm  Bos-land Miner. Iiumli Uai-ting--, tlie.  resident engineer for the", Anglo-  Laidcaii Mining Syndicate of London  Eng. said:  '���������Theie   aie    three,  pi operlies    cup,  Pool creek on which forces of n.en are  working.     Beach- of  these  intend-tn-  cai ry 011 work   nil   winter.    They~ai-e-  the Wide West, iiiiii'e.'the   Bl;"ickr'Be.'ir'  mines and the Bear Creek   mines.' -As  regards llie  as-essinenr. work,   which-  ha.- lieen done on a great  number of  claims, in some instances jrcjod  show--  ings   have   lesnlled.      Most    of    lhe  propeities are of low  grade,   but   high-  grade   pioperties   have     been     found,,  which   .improve      as      development-  proceeds.    A few  mile's  north  of  the...  junction of Pool and Fish  creeks  free-. "  gold   Has   been   found,   I ait   no,  great-,  development has bei..n .done  to  prove",  anything.     On   Lexington  cr^ek   the.  Banner gibnp of liii'nes an*-  working.'^  "and expect, to "work all winter".     Sonie.t  very good prospects have hee'n-lncatecl-  011   Bovd   and   Sable   greeks,   inn,, as,'  transportation is'.-i very hind  problem-,  at. piesent  the   majority   of.lhe pros-*  pectors" merelv    content    t!iemselves>  with    .relocating     instead,    of-deing,  assessment   work.   'On   Sable creek,.'  howe.veY. there are good trails for pait,  of the way", and reports of good copper .'  showings keep coming -in.    .The .pi-os-".  pectors do not go much highcr,up lliiin ,,  Boyd creek, although thei-e are claims". ���������  located fnt-ihev up.'. This is"becauise it-,  is so' hind gelling supplies in.-    A man ,  cannot carry"   moie   than   -10.-pounds"*  going up the cieek and it i.s impossible",  to take in.a hoise. except  to ,lhe_ foot', .  of the creeks.     There is, a good't>-ail .-  froVi     Coruaplix.    80   miles.. up-*.Fish ���������.  creek,   which  then, branches off  and.,  goe-jiver a divide down Flat ciee'K   to'  lileciire'.vaett' .        ... ">  ��������� " The salvation of that 'country' will *  come.wilh lhe railway, whicli is very,  .-adly needed. A .line has theen.sur-.  veyed from _Ci lowhead. past .Conia-.  plix'to Caiiibouni, "and I lien across .  and down'the creek again, p.Assing lo"..  the east -of Tlionison's .Lauding to s  Tiout Lake and thence ,di\vy.i,( io,_  Kootenay lake. This road, wheh'it.is .  constructed, will open up one of- the  he.-t mining districts of British l  Columbia. Il is certain that no road!  will be built this vear.  The Edith J. Miller'Co'  Will give  one or their first   class'  programme's,  in  ,"Tapping'.     Hall,  "Friil ayT"~Se jiET" 1 imr a C~S~o'cl oc ITT  Keserveil  .Seats..73c;^ general ad  luissiou 50c. - --,_.,.'  xtt**&HhVJHe*#&H*S&**#^^  Mi-s Edith .1. Miller���������contralto.  Mi-.- Fo'i-yth ��������� pianist������������������;        , ,  Mr. St.inlev Adams���������baritone.    ���������  Mr. K. Campbell��������� tenor,  Solo.-���������Trios - Duels���������Quartettes.  Death'of Mrs. Willia*ms.'  The "ll_rnA-.iV  regrets   to   announce,  the de.-iili   of  Mis.   Herbert, William* ���������  which occuied   yesterday .morning  of .  dysentery.    Tlie  deceased..leaves   her.  husband and four . inall children,   one  only jil-'t born.     The   fiinernl   services '  will lake place al.^.W) p.m. today fiom ,  Mr.   Williams   residence   and ,-iyill    lie  coiidi'iclei! by Kev. S. J". Thompson'.  Billiard    Room    in    Connection'  Brown's -Tobacco Store.  with  A** Not for" th'e  Ladies to Crack  The Trail CJreek News of .Saturday's '  date, announces .11 'wedding .tn take  place" there, in Si. Andiew's church,  toniorrnw; luii'rning, the contracting ',  parties beiiig "piomiiient ,-ind, well to ,  do_people living in Kevelstoke." The,  bride's-. infer., it goes on ' to say, is 11'_  resident of Trail. ���������  s���������'*" I  Card oi Thanks  Tlie' .International Association' of  Machinists beg to thank all the ladies "  and gentlemen, who helped Io make,  their entertainment on Sept. Z -uch a",  success, and the public'gvnciaily-for'  lheii-.libei.il Mippiu t.        v ... ���������M-������B������i*TU������*<uBaKfa������>u������*-'*iu������������ugwu������i'i iiii***  Revelstoke   Herald  Published in the Interests of  'Jftevelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout  Lake,  Illlclllewaat, Albert Canyon.  Jordan      Pass      and      Eagle  Pass Districts.  A.   JOHNSON PROPRIETOR  A   Semi-Weekly Journal,   published  In  the interests    ot  the      surrounding  days    and    Fridays,  connections with all trains.  Advertising   Rates:       Display  $1.50 per Inch, single   column, ?2  Inch  when    inserted    on " title    page  Legal aas., 10 cents per   inch (nonpa*  rtel)  line    for first   insertion;  5 cent!  --��������� ���������    -i  i������*-n^o_n. Reading  Revelstoke    and  districts,     Tues  making    closest  ads.,  column, 52.00 per  n ���������ja_ue������_tfWM<**__J3-i*wl>a*wyjil*ariii,ll I ������������������������ mmv.  high   pi-ices     realized    for    Canadian.  cattle at  the  recent    Chicago auction  offer much encouragement to breeders  oort     stock cattle     thi-ougout. the  ominion. Of sixty cattlo offered, the  average price paid was almost $S00  por lieail. Por a choice two year old  ���������fL'.GOO was paid, while two others realized over $2,000 ench. These sales are  of vast benefit to every stock raiser  In Canada, as they advertise llio position the Domnion occupies as a hase  of supplies for finest stock.  thoy  were  FI-.0..1  SOUTH  Al'TtfCA  Death   notices,  By    mail    or  ;   $1.15 for six  xixii  __..,_        ... .,      cents  for each additional insertion  notices, 10 cents per line   each  issue  Birth,   Marriage  and     "     "     --���������������������������������������������.no  tree.  Subscription    Hates:  carrier, J2.00 per annum  months,  strictly in advance.  Our Job Department. THE HERALD  Job Department is one ot the best  equipped printing offices in West  Kootenay, and is prepared to execute  all kinds ot printing In first-class  style at honest prices. Ono price to  all. No Job too large���������none too  small���������for us. Mail orders promptly  attended to. Give us a trial on your  next order.  To Correspondents: We Invite correspondence on any subject of interest to the general public, anil desire  a reliable correspondent in every locality surrounding Revelstoke. In all  cases the bona tide ��������� name of the  ���������writer must accompany manuscript,  but not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE  HERALD.  Rev.  Notice to Correspondents.  1. All correspondence must be legibly written on one side of the paper  " only.  '.'���������"*.  2. Correspondence: containing : personal, matter must be signed with the  proper name of the -writer. /.  .3. Correspondence : with* reference  to anything that lias appeared in  another paper must first be offered for  publication to thaf paper before it  can appear in THE HERALD.    '  Father    Sinnot    Writes    From  Honing Spruit.  From the Calgary Herald  The following Is tin extract from a  letter received from Rev. .1. C. Slnnott  who went.to South Africa as chaplain  with tlie Second Canadian contingent,  and* who wns for many years parish  priest at Jioglna:  Honing   Spruit.   S.   A.,   July   li.  l'.y the time thia reaches you, no  doubt, you will have long since read of  what is going on ln this region, I may  sny In this very place. Here It was  that on June 22nd tho Boers attacked  our position nml killed two of our men  -���������Robert Kerr'and'J. M. JTorden. both  of Pincher Creek, Alberta, N. W. T.  Wc placed them In their lowly resting  place near by the spot where tliey fell.  They came together from the same  place, together they fought, together  they wero Instantly killed, together  thoy wore buried. May God liavo  mercy on them. There Is one consoling thought -connected with their  tragic end. Each carried a Biiiall  prayer book in his breast pocket.  Through one of these the fatal' ball  passed before piercing the heart behind it. The book i3 made a relic  for his poor sorrowing mother. '. I  could not pass over this incident'during the few words I said standing by  by the Maxim gun fire.     Denyon was  with ua in charge  of  tho gun.      Tho  enemy   did    not   know  ive    had   the  'Maxim along with un, as   wC had    it  on  horse back and kept il hidden by  the other horses.   When it opened fire  run  like  frightened  deer    There  nearly  400  Boers   at   us,   as  we  since learned.'At the time wo did not  think there w.ere more than 50.   .Yesterday I went to Greylingstadt to escort General Buller      to     Heidebron.  Seventy    of    Thornoyci'otl'H    mounted  rifles and a party of Royal Horse artillery .* wore    protecting    our    fanlcs.  The  first shell    went about 160 yards  1 overhead: 1 was then riding alongside  ( of  General Buller.      No    other shells  went near us.     Thoy continued an artillery duel for  two hours.    The same  day C.' squadron    bad    a  man  killed  near Greyliiigstiul and the f.O men who  left   Canada last    had a   light    near  Standerton .while, convoying some supplies this way, In which they had two  mon   wounded.       Sergeant   -.Richards,  formerly of the Norlh West Mounted  police, of A. squadron,.who-was with  them earned    thc    Victoria    Cross,  if  they  over  will  give    It  to    him,   for  bringing a wounded man out. of action  while  under a    heavy  lire.      I  never  thought;  so   many   bullets    could    fly  around and no one be hit lis.I.'saw. the  day we wore attacked at the well, Tho  same day Harding did a plucky thing  in capturing some Boers and disarming thorn. Constable Harding was formerly  In  the .Mounted'police detachment al Edmonton.   The Strathcona's  are now getting In all the lighting us  they nre mostly on outpost duty where  all  tho lighting Is  us tlio Boors make  no more stands."  ROBBERY AND '  ATTEMPTED MURDER  TELEGRAPHIC   BREVITIES  eugene McClelland the victim  of a murderous outrage  YALE-CARIBOO  LATEST MARKET REPORT  the  grave of our  BE READY.  ..._ ,.,._- former companions.  The burial of a person is ever sad,  but, oh! it is doubly so when we gaze  upon the mortal remains of one shattered and lorn to pieces. Oh. war.  cruel war! Would thai those who at  banquets are talking so*eloquently',of  war���������would; I say, that they were  placed in tlio: front rank before Boer  rifles and I am certain their warlko  -  -'      As  '.:'  It; would   answer.*;���������'��������� the     purpose   oi  .Sir "Wilfrid Laurier ahd his friends, to  produce   the.. impression    upon     the  -:niinds: of the Conservatives that., the  elections will :hot,he held in October,*:  .the: whiie : thi'���������''���������..maritime * ministers  'visit their ; constituents ���������'������������������ and instruct  ..them'to take, advantage-of the status  V.quo' .to.,_per_ect:'. their '-^organization. :,v.|  '-'������������������..*. Though:-no 'announcement* iuis::;been.  vmadeiii.is quite ;.evi(ien.t; that the elec^  tions -'will:. npi::he'��������� delayed:.���������.���������.'���������'.ah'-*lipiir--  .beyond :;What:;ls:.necessitateci: by .the  *: preparation-, ot:the' -voters': lists .and  .the*issuance' of the .writs. .The gov-  v eminent, printing bureau has^ accord-  ';'**. ing to: the Ottawa Citizen, been:,work-.  Vig*.'day...a^^  ;;*:." hut it has not been equal'to-complet-'  '... ing: theni.: as expeditiously* as "desired,  '���������'."' Accordingly .the; work lias been '-...farm.-  : _cd out, and: the ,Toronto* World has  ������������������'���������,Ifound'i out that the =."The ^iethodisl  .: Book Room' is-taxed*- to .its utmost  '���������v. .capacity'; and Howard. & Cook.: .with  Wesley building,'*!nre  spirit would be cooled somewhat!  it is they are safe, while scores art  giving up their life's blood. Is., there  glory: 'iii������������������.���������war? : -1 hiiv.e_ha'd-almost six  i'l'i'ifbs of it; and I foil to see it yet..  ���������'������������������!���������: The- grave j of' the ���������two yoiin.v . men  niiiy be seen from. the.train as it ii: es  from .'Pretoria: to' Kr'o'ns tad;;,*:."--The'  grave, is ��������� surrounded,; by * a wire fence  and !a,cr6ss.:has been raised by;loving  companions.. At the grave all is ever  .ssoicinih;Valid���������:as;, the.-'.la. t*:';'wora'-y..is* tittered : we: turn ;w i thV- s Iran ge though ts  to-'the. ;c:amp;:and to. the future, .arid  the ��������� tliought: seems expression: V:',::':;:./;  * [ .Who: shalt ha, next'   "Few and ." short: were  ..: .!*..*.said: ;'���������������������������'���������':;���������',���������'.', ..:;*''. ' ��������� -'���������'-:.������������������..'*.;*..:*':; :: :-..:.  --And We spoke ..not it word of* sorrow.  Bul wo; steadt'astly gazed���������;��������� at*the^facc  :* .of the.dead,: '':-������������������ *-'*\.''���������'���������'���������'���������'���������.������������������..  ���������"..* Arid :i.itteriy thought of .the-morrow.''  .. Above: and ;.'beyond, all.: comes:,.tlie  famous, and true words: : - !';7;;-:*"';���������;:  .The': path of.! glory, leads ���������-'.but'.', to the  grave."  *.-".; ������������������'���������r''r'-'::..'' *"':".':  1 hope before long to give you a. few  pictures ,I*have; taken, with .my;kodak;  and'., chiefly: of.!this place:; of :sorrow,  biit the postal servce.;is so badly disorganizedI fear',': to trust the: film  ��������� Winnipeg, Sep. 1:  Cattle���������Thc export movement lias  been lighter owing to heavy storms  in the, West. About 1500 head have  gone through ; the; Winnipeg stock  yards this week. Butchers' cattle are  in moderate demand. Stackers are  not wanted. About 3%c is the prevailing quotation. h<zre for ...exporters,  aud 2%c for best butchers, with ; a  range from 2 to 2%c for these.  Hogs���������There is a moderate delivery  of hogs at steady prices. Packers  pay 5c for live weights.  Milch Cows*���������These are very scarce  and rapidly bring from $30.00 to ?40.00  each.  Horses���������The demand for horses is  better than it was in the summer, but  is still far from being brisk. Beyond  a few -sales of Western horses there is  nothing doing. These are halter  broken and realize from $00.00 lo  ?10G.OO each. '  Toronto, Sep. 1:  l_ive   Slock.���������At    tlie     semi-weekly  market yesterday   receipts  were    900  cattle. 1200 sheep arid lambs, and GOO  hogs.  Export cattle  were  dull   at    -1%  to  Vic.   Butchers" dull.   Slocker receipts  the piayeis we  un  offices   in "the  *. *,. * ���������*-���������������������������   ������������������-....,...  working ---overtime..:, Now it has conic  pix-sent. , .You    shall,";.'., however,  to light-that for .the past three weeks  them  "some, sweet day.  the Globe 'has had a special;.staff "of I    On   the  moruiris  printers at work on the lists.    So far  they have prepared: those of eight orl  ten ridings, and there is still no-let-.]  up.   The contract for this branche of  the work has been let to James Murray &. company,    printers,,! .but,   the  Globe is  doing the typesetting,    and  Murray only the supervision.     A car  load  of  voters lists was  received  by  - the government last week from Tor-  at  see  of   June  'J2nd: our  moil: were  being  posted: a?-'scouts : by;  .l-ieieuarit lnglis,'*'when suddenly from  a opje  near  by    a  number'"of'"Boers*  opened tire.'.''.The.-.Lieutenant, was seriously "-wounded; - our   men���������*.-:retired   to  their: prepared trenches, arid:for hours  the  shells  fell, .thick : and  fast., and  a  shower, of  balls   fell  from .'pom  poms'  and rifles.    '.Thankful    were we when  evening came and  only two failed  to!  respond to their.names. ... Several were  .wounded,  but  all. are: doing nicely in  the  hospital   at   Kronstad���������that  town  omo:where ihey. had been printed. He I 0f dead "and dying.  must be blind, indeed who cannot see|: Part! of :our men started this morn  n'/sc.    Biilchers' dull,  were   larger     at     Tuesday's     prices.  Lambs wero  easier on  large  receipts  at  $2.75   to   .3.7".   each.      Hogs  changed.  Montreal.    Sep. ,-,'���������'  At  the   East  End   abbatoir yesterday  receipts were 000  cattlo and -100  lambs. ,  Cattle���������Glasgow and Manchester  cables are firmer. Liverpool freights  declined 15s  to 50s.  Choic cattle scarce and trade  quiet. Good stock sold at 4 to *i!/_e;  fair 3Vi to 3:K(c; common, 2 to 3c.  Sheep, export. "% .to 4c; butchers'  sheep. 2V. to 3"A'.; lambs, 3V_ to 4c.  Hogs 5 to 5v-',c.    Calves, 3Va to 4?ic  Shipments for month.  1G.CS0 cattle,  3130 sheep. 597 horses.  T-iverpool,  Aug.   31.:  Catlle���������Steady   and   unchanged     at  11V_   to  l2V_c   ilressed.    Range  cattle  are 1c less .  Nelson. Sep. 1 j  Market steady and  prices unchanged  as follows: :_;__..    '-  Butter���������"Manitoba  creamery  24c:  clioice dairy. ISc.  Cheese���������New  cheese,   13-Vic.  Eggs���������Fresh, 20c per doz.  Oats���������Per ton $32.00.  Millfeed���������Bran,       ?20.00:  $22.00 per  ton.  Flour���������"Manitoba  patent. $3.60.  Hay���������>*ew.  per  ton  $23.  Potatoes��������� New. $17 per ton.  Oats���������Per   ton.   S29.  o  Robbed,    Gagged,   Bound   Hand   and  Foot and Thrown Into the Bow  From the Calgary Herald  One of the most cold blooded crimes  known in the history of Canada was  attempted in this city last week. Robbery was undoubtedly committed, and  it was not the fault o������ the perpetrators that the crime of minder is not  also to ho laid to their charge.  Although the occurrence took place  Hourly a week' ago, The Herald at  tho request ot the chief of police refrained, from* muklng the facts known  so that no obstacle should be placed  In the way of the authorities'In'locating nnd arresting the perpetrators of  the outrage.  The  facts  arc   simply    those.      A  young man named lSugcne McClelland  who had been employed for somo time  at tho C. P. 11. depot, got into casual  conversation   with   si" stranger   whom  he met on tho platform on the forenoon  of Thursday lust.    After    some  talk about the weather and thc general appearance of the city the stranger   talked   about,  the   probability    of  securing employment and McClelland  staled with a confident air of   financial soundness that as far as he was  concerned he didn't care whether he  did any work for a couple of mnoths  or so, as he luul just received    $150  from   the: United   States in addition to  his own savings.    The stranger made  no comment and they parted.  Later in the day, the stranger, who  needed" change for a $10 bill,  seemed  to be unable to get.lt at any of thc  banks or'"fro'm any of the mercantile  establishments  In  the  city,   and   was  obliged   to   approach    young   McClelland to see if ho could oblige him.   Of  course he could,  with  pleasure, : and  the innocent young man produced his  wad  from  his vest pocket and   took  two "V's"  off the top for  his  nowly  found friend, which he exchanged ,for  an  "X"  and  replaced    his  money  in  pocket.    They had some further conversation in the course of which McClelland  stated that  he  slept    in    a  room over the dining hall  ���������thoy. parted.  Nothing more took place till about  bedtime when McClelland was not a  little; surprised on reaching the door  of the building where he slept, to find  tho stranger awaiting him. His presence was explained by the fact that  it was too early lo go to bed. tho night  was fine, he had been suffering from  a headache and he suggested a stroll  before retiring. McClelland was  willing and llio two walked eastward  Winnipeg, Sep. 5:      -  G.   J.   Clutton,   of  a    Toronto   loan  company, is misai-ag, and a warrant is  being sworn out for his arrest.  The ocean liners .Deutshland and  Kaiser Wilhelm Dor Grosse have left  New York on a race to Europe.  The lacrosse match between: Now  Westminster and Toronto lacrosae  teams resulted in a draw.  Mr. Wm. Macdonald, of Toronto,  who was seined witli paralysis on the  street somo weeks ago, died last  evening, never having recovered. He  was 50 years of age.  Colonel McMillan will assume the  duties or lieutenant governor'of Manl-  oba on October 1st.  Two cases of bubonic plague are reported  in  London, England.  F.ighleeil ���������'���������Northern. 'Pacific* railway  trainmen have been discharged for  giving .free rides.  Colonel McMillan will assume the  duties of Lieutenant Governor of  Manitoba  on. October 1st.  Mr. N. "F. Davin, M. P., has been  nominated at the West Asslnlbolne  convention for lhe house of commons  TIki health authorities ot Quebec arc  preparing to grapple with the bubonic  plague.  T_nhor Day was celebrated in many  Canadian cities. 'Reports have been  received from Winnipeg, Ottawa. Toronto, Bradon and Rat Portage.  W. J, Thompson receivord the unanimous nomination of. the Liberals'of  Marquette at the Shoal Lake convention. An address was delivered by the  minister of interior on the Dominion  public issues.  J. J. Foy, Q. C M. P. P., Toronto,  received a telegram; today announcing  that Lieutenant ; L'awlor had been  killed in South Africa. No detais of  how the young ofllcer met his death  were given.  .J.'M. SCOTT. B.A., L.L.B  W.  A.  Galliher Nominated    by    tho  Liberals  Revelstoke, Sep. 6.���������At tho Liberal  convention held hero today to nominate a candidate for Yule-Cariboo district, succeeding. Hewitt Bostock, resigned, W. A. Galliher of Nelson was  unanimously chosen.  Prominent Liberals from the coast  ���������were in attendance, including Senator  Templeman. G. B. Maxwoll. M. P., and  ,T. C. MeLagan.   o   Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public., Btc  McKenzie Avenue, Rerelstoke Station.  Money to Loan  YALK-CARIBOO DHALOCK.  HARVEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM-  Barrist6rs, Solicitors., Etc.  Solicitors    for    Imperial    Bank    of  Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offlces:   ��������� Molsons  Bank"Block  First Street, Revelstoke Station, B.C.  Voiiciiover, Sot>. 5.���������Howitt Bostock was today offered thc nomination for Yale-Cavihoo al a convention  of Liberals of .the district hold at  Revelstoke. Mr. Bostock however,  wired decUnhij; the nomination.  <Mldnight���������No nomlneeo up to this  hour has ,been chosen but the nomination of Smith Curtis, of Rossland,  soems to ho assured.  J. XV. CROSS  CABINET COUNCIL  'Ottawa, Sop. 5.���������A short mooting of  tho council was held today at which  tho appointment of Hon. D. H. McMillan, as lieutenant governor oC  Manitoba, in succession to Hon. J. C.  Patterson, was made.  Office:    Mackenzie Avenue, Revelstoke  Surgeon to. the.'C. * P. R.  Health Officer, City of Revelstoke  Methodist Church, Revelstoke  Preaching services at 11 a. m.  and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at the  close of the morning service. Sabbath school and Bible class at 2:30.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wednesday ovonlng nt 7:30. The public  nre cordially invited.   Seats free,  REV.S..T.THOMPSON,   Pastor.  The Revelstoke  Herald ^mi ^"'y  Lord and Lady Minto leave New  Westminster today for thc east.  Rumors are rife of important  changes in the Manitoba cabinet.  Thirty  men   were  wounded   in   the  storming   a   fetish   town   in   Ashanti.  Lord   Roberts     has   ' accepted    tlio  honorary colonelcy; of the Queen's Own  rifles.  Dr. Bing, a Manitoba college graduate with the Canadian Mounted rides,  died at Johannesburg.  Major  Thompson  has been   nominated  by   the Liberals    of Haldimand  and Monck for the commons.  The  Liberal   convention    of    Yale-  ind again | Cariboo, up to a late hour last, night  had not nominated a candidate.  Alexander King will be hanged at  Dawson on October, 2nd, for the murder of Herbert Davenport al White  Horse rapids.  General   Sir  Charles    Warren    will  succeed Lord Seymour as commander  of her majesty's forces in North America, with headquarters at Halifax.  Hon. Clifford Sifton, minister of the  Has more readers in North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers In Revelstoke than any other paper;  does more job printing In the  city than any other paper; it's  news is more spicy and up-to-  date; its influence is greater;  Its advertising rates aro lowest  circulation considered; its sub  scription rate is only ?2.00 pel  annum; it covers the field. Try  it and be with the crowd.  Write to  REVELSTOKE HERALD,    !  Revelstoke. B. C.-j  St. Peter's Church  (Anglican)  Eight a.m., Holy Eucharist; 11  a.m., matins, litany and sermon (Holy  Eucharist, flrst Sunday ln the month);  2:30 Sunday school, or chiidrens'  aervice; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy Days���������Tho Holy  Eucharist Is celebrated at 7 a.m, or 8  a.m., as announced. Holy Baptism  after Sunday school  at 3:15.  i_>iiJ_!8..yTERIA_J CHUKCH���������Rovolstolce  ���������* Service ovor; Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Blb'o Cl.es nt 2:30 p.m., to which  all aro wolc.omo. Prayer meeting at 8 p.m.  ovory WodnoBday.  I.i OMAN CATHOLIC OHUKOH ��������� Bovel-  '��������� ��������� " stoko MttBS flrpt aud third Sundays In  nirnth at 10:30 a.m. _  KEV.���������FATHKR THAYER.  SALVATION ARMY-_lpr.lin(-  hi their hull on Front St root  very  night  ���������a***-sa*3G!S33E_S_"*-  inlerlor, was nominated at the Bran  don Liberal- convention ad delivered  and over the Elbow bridge beyond the I an address on the issues of the day.  barracks. Here the conversation turn- . Three letters have been received  ed on the excellent water with which fl.om sopor, ot the 90th. Sergeant  Calgary was favored and the Strang- Grahaill -ot ti,e Mounted Rifles and a  er insisted that- they should , go correspondent at'Veil Nek. Transvaal,  over to thc bank of the Bow so that  describing the movements' of the Win-  nipeg   contingelns   In   South -  Africa.  The  Revelstoke Herald  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  XV. H. Booking, of Winnipeg, who was  wounded at Pnardebersj, is on a visit  to his parents ancl in an interview  describing the engagements. Tlie siege  of Ladybrand: has been relieved after  several ineffectual attempts on the  part of 2000 burghers to capture tlie  little  garrison.  THE   CHURCH   MILITANT  in these signs evidence  ���������election.  of   an early  Rumor has it thar there wfll be"  further delay, that the government's  confidential agent, Edward Farrav,  .who has just;returned from the West  has reported that the outlook is very  discouraging for the party. But, while  this doubtless is the fact, there is  nothing in ii to suggest delay. Why  ���������should the appeal be deterred? What  would the government gain thereby?  Matters have been, steadily going  from bad to worse- and destruction  - 'Is inevitable.  If.the purpose of Sir Wilfrid be  carried into effect, the nominations  will be held on October 10th and tho  elections one week later. A delay of  a week or two might be inevitable  owing, as we, have pointed out, to  the backwardness of the lists. Hut  in any event our friends should be  ready for an election the last week of  October or the flrst. of November.  COURSE   OF THE   CATTLi.   MARKETS.  Much money has been made and  lost in the export cattle'business this  season, says the Toronto Globe. In  the early sprint*;, when stall fed cattle  iiij; for Pretoria. -The rest go to  Kronstad for new- horses.: ours being  either, exhausted  by  famine,   fatigued  and  shorts  of choice quality were put on the market, prices were high and the demand  trood.   Dealers bought largely, and, in  most cases,  made good  profits  in   the  Kritish markets.     Drovers throughout  the  country  became   zealous   ln   purchasing stock, and soon marketed -'ill  offerings.     Other   cattle   finished    on  frrass   and "entirely   grass   fatted,   inferior stock,    were hustled    out while  the prices were up.     Suddenly th. old  ���������country  markets   broke,. freight  rates  advanced and exporters found on their  hands cattle of undesirable quality.* in  many instanc.-...  at  a  time  when  the  markets were on the decline.     The 7k-  i-\ilt  was   that   for   the   lost   week or  two   the cattle   trade   In   Toronto   has  been    very    dull,  some    days    several  buyers declining  to  bid  any  price  for  cattle brought in for export.     Tin.- export  trade  rules   the  markets.      This  condition, however, should not  be regarded, serlousiv.' as  short periods  ������.f  ���������depression utiaily occur al this .season  ���������nf  year,   when  twits'-and   light   deli-  f.-acie.  are more largely consumed;-The  ' "���������'  '' .   ir '<>���������:" '  *  or shot. When remounted" we go on"  to Pretoria. ������������������������������������While * thus', waiting*.I  am writing you these* few imperfect  lines.  " De Wei seems to be the chief obstacle of the speedy end of the war.  llu is a born leader: and general.  Although a rough farmer and ..without  any previous military training he has  gained victories over and .eluded our  generals In turn. In vain so far have  our bsst generals made effort to surround and capture him and his little  army. Our men while anxious to get  De Wet. still give him praise for his  generalship.  As an instance of how. well the Boer  guna are served: Here. not. 20, feet  from where I pen thes-'** lines, a fcw  days sine?- a Boer gun, planted three  mlleH away threw a shell at a  train standing at a water tank. The  shell did Its work, and in doing so  struc kone of the supports of. . the  tank, aa well as destroying a part of  the   train.  lloberts. Kitchener and Hamilton  have pased here on their way to Pretoria. The war is not over, but shall  be T think as soon as De Wet is  taken. Rhodes is not with the fighters,  but the report go-.s is "looking ov<-r  the mines."  I'''do hope the war., will shortly terminate, for we are all tired and sick  of it.       Kind regards to all.  J. C. Sl.VNT-.T.  THE MAN WHO  HAD THE VOTE  The  following is an  unreported  in-  ���������jfion? heforo one nf-tha.commissioiiers  he might have a draught of tlie clear.  cool liquid.   They accordingly strolled  over,    and   had  just  arrived    at  the  river when another man, who seemed  to have been lying in the brush jumped up, and  approached them.    In  the  twinkling  of an1* eye  young  "Mc-CIel-  land  was  thrown  to  tiie  ground  and  the   two   mc .proceeded   to   rob   him  of the money which he had foolishly  shown in the earlier part of the day.  Not contented with the amount in his  vest pocket thev proceeded  to search . .  him thoroughly and for this purpose Emerson. Man.: Sep. 5.���������A prominen  tied his hands together with cords. Manitoba divine was lined ?-���������= foi  and gagged him so as to prevent his  shooting      prairie     chickens. ine  shouting  for- assistance.    They   wont | clergyman pleaded guilty,  through: all his pockets, examined tho  lining of his clothing but could find  nothing   more  thr.n    -.150    or  thereabouts.  Then the question arose���������What was  to bo done with him? and here the  fiendish coolness of the 'robbers showed itself. Without any hesitation  they determined to throw * the young  man into the ���������river, but before doing  so tied his feet together With shoe  laces. Then they flung him into the  stream, though fortunately for him at  a place where the water was not very  .deep.    He.struggled .for .dear, life, and  Ib the-leading newspaper of  the great mining districts of  West Kootenay. It gives all  the latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written up  in authentic, reliable and read  able articles from unquestionable Information. It onJoya  a large circulation and is consequently unequalled as ui  advertising medium in ths  field in which it is published.,  S  COMPANY  ;. Subscription $2,00 Per HnnUm  ' $1.25 Por Six Month,  Strictly in RtaGe,  f.KTTEIl   FltOM   AIAJOrt   SNYDKFt  appointed   to   inquire   into   a   certain  English  election  petition'.  What is your name?  George Jones.,  Well, what do you know of this?  On  the day of the election   I  went  to the Spotted Dog.  What did you there?  I see'd a man.  Well, what did ho do?  He gave me Ave shillings, and said  as how I was to vote for        o  Well, did  you  vote for Mr.  ���������  No. sir.  What did you do then?  Went to the Pig and Whistle  Well���������-there?  Then I see'd another man.  What did  he do?  Ho gave mc five shillings and said  I was to vote for .  And did you vote?  No, air.  What did  you  do  then?  I went to the Red   Mon.  And thero?  There I s������e'd a man too.  And did  he give you  Ave    shilUngs  and tell you to vote for Mr.   He did.  And did you?  No. sir. .  Why, here, on your own admission,  vou have obtained 15 shillings t.o vote  for  one   of   the   candidates;   did   you  vote at all?  No. sir.  Whv   not?  "Because T ain't KOt no vote^ ... s  my father. George Jones, who's an  elector.  Tho following lettir lias b-.cn received from Major Snyder, with the  Strathcona Horse, written from Viak-  fontein on July 7lh. where thc Strathcona's were a part of the advance-  guard of General buller's army of occupation:       ,  "f have had a taste of right hard  fighting. The day before yestordny  half of A. squadron was sent lo Greylingstadt, our last carnn, to reinforcr-  C. squadron which was left there. I  had to escort them through a bad part  of the road wilh the balance of A.  squadron and f,0 men of IJ. squadron.  Wo saw them through all right, but on  our return were attacked about six  miles from here. The rsoors tried to  outflank and ambush us near a water  hole, but welheld a section** house on  the railroad track for an hour li:i  Kcu-lien's and Christie's troops, which  were acting as rear guard, got up t.o  ii'. When we cot to camp sis of  Ketilion's troops were captured.ore nf  whom was wounded. We also h:id  three; horses wounded hesides the ones  captured. We killed and wounded 10  of  the enemy.     *S:.c  men  were  killed  Macleod Advance: There arc quite  ? number: of wolves in the Rocky  Coulee section of the district, several  heing.run down, and captured by cowmen, last winter. A large,white one  has boon helping himself "occasionally  to. a tender colt or fat calf for a long  time past. He is said to he a monster in size, leaving a footmark <in  the snow double the size of an'ordinary wolf's track. As soon as snow  falls so that tracking can be.done the  horsemen are" going to get after his  wolfshln. their object being to put  an end to his career of destruction.  Criticising a recent performance  given in that, city by the Australian  Comedy company, the Nelson Miner  says: The Australian Comedy compnny leave Nelson with more friends  behind them than any other company  that has ever appeared in this city.  They have been just as excellent as  their mlvancn notices promised the"  would ho. .'ind this i-*** si. record of  which thev may well b2 nrnuil.  Tonight thev will again nrenent  Sapho and should have' a huinper  houne.  finally succeeded in freeing,his legs  and fought his way to the shore. His  assailants however were ready for  him and again he was seized and tied  as before. "Throw him out further,  John, where it is deep," the terrified  boy heard one of his assailants say  to the other, and again he was flung  into the Ice cold water. Again he  fought manfully and once more he  reached  the bank.  I^ite that night as Constables  fraser and - Waldon were driving  across the Elbow river bridge in  search of a man Who 'ii id conratUcd  an ofTecne up town and nh.r was sup  posed to have gone that way, ihey  met blundering along the trail a young  man who seemed to he either drunk  or crazy. On examining him; closely,  they found young McClelland gagged  and handcuffed groping his way hack  to town. They placed him In the rig,  released his bonds and drove him to  the police station/Ills mental condition was such that it was impossible to get any Information from hlra  a. to what had happened to reduce  him to sticha condition. About noon  the following day McClelland recovered possession of his faculties and  was able to tell his terrible story.  Chief English at once began an investigation.Having secured, all the  information��������� and it was not a''great  deal���������that McClelland could, give him,  he went to work to discover the perpetrators of the outrage. Hotel registers, boarding houses and other places  were carefullyexamined to find some  trace of ',_e men who were so badly  wanted. Telegrams were despatched  nil over the country and It was believed that a clue had been'* obtained  at Medicine Hat. The matter was an  exceedingly difficult one to deal with  as the Identity of one of the men  was altogether unknown and a more  or less accurate description of tiie  other man wm all that wasavallablc.  An arrest was marie yesterday evening by the chief which may throw  some light on the occurrence. A man  who arrived from the west on the east  bound express was standing on tile  platform and in thc opinion of Chief  English answered the description of  one of tho men ho was looking for.  After a careful scrutiny the chief determined to arrest him on suspicion,  and. made himself known. A moment  afterwards McClelland, who was near  by. walked up and pointing lo tho,  man with whom the Chiof was in conversation, and said "That is the man:  no mistake." The man. who gave his  name as Williams, was at once arrested and lacked up. He was charged  before Police Magistrate Smith this  afternoon.  It takes a foremost place in  the race tor prominence and '  popularity . with business  houses and as: a consequence  does more business with  those.requring printed, .statl-  ment in Eastern British  Col-..  ���������anbla.     The class   of   worfc  turned out has been pronounced equal to any thins of the  klad   executed   in   the large  cities   by much larger   prlnt-  onery and office supplies than  any other printing   establish-  eries..  Job Printing Department  Is equipped with the latest  faces In type designs and all  work entrusted to The Herald  is handled by exprlenced  workmen who thoroughly understand the proper use of the  material at their disposal.  The Herald does not claim to  .be the only printing house tn  the district but lt doea claim  to be  Thoroughly Up-To-Date In  Evreru Particular  ������������������������  ���������i  i  And.in a position tc give as  ���������good value tor the money expended,, either for advertising  space in its publication or  . for job printing, as can be  given by any other house ot  the kind in British Columbia.  Write for estimates and sam  ples ot printing. All work  turned out promptly and satisfactorily. One price to ali-  No lob can be too large ot  too small for The Herald'e  consideration. Special attea- ���������  tioa given   to orders by mall.  k. JOHNSON, Proprietor.  CALGARY  PUBLICATION DAYS : Tuesdays and Fridays.  /L ;4  i  m  i  Concert of Powers  Lacks Harmony  United States   Demands   Satisfaction  Before Withdrawing from Pekin.  The Bubonic Plague  in   Great Britain.���������Buller Attacks  Botha in the Mountains.���������Casualties in  Strathcona Horse.  umdon, Sep. r.-The absence of ncivs  rognrdlng the actual situation of  Affairs at Pekln continues aa complete  as the lack of Information regarding  the ultimate attitude of iho powers  towards tlie proposals now Ix-foro the  concert. Shanghai report* Uiat an  Imperial' edict Issued at Tal Yuan Fu  appoints Ll Hung Chang, Tung Lu,  llou Tung, tutor of Uie heir apparent, and Prince Ching commissioners  in negotlato peace.  Four German warships arrived at  Woo Hung yesterday, Soptmber -Ith.  The unmistakeablc condemnation of  tho talk to withdraw immediately from  Pekin. which Is voiced from all thc  foreign countries ln the far east. Is  taken in some Quarters as u. forethought of the opinion which may l>e  expected from tlie minister--*) when  their views are obtained.  As already suggested tho Russian  proposals aro capable cf modification  and ii is thought in well informed  circles that Lord Salisubry is striving  to conform them more closely to the  terms first formulated by the government ai Washington.  According to a special despatch from  St. Petersburg dealing with the question 'of Manchuria tlie Russian ollicials  repudiate any intention permanently  lu occupy or aunts Manchuria. The  despatch adds that Russia will claim  no territorial concessions provided the  other powers refrain from so doing  and express the hope that the question of indemnity can 'be settled by  the co-operation of the allied powers.  Shanghai, Sep. 4.���������Despatches announcing that the American government refuses to agree to the withdrawal of the troops from Pekln before  satisfaction for the outrages and: the  loss of its subjects have been received  here, and arc applauded by the entire  foreign colony in Shanghai.  Opinion seems to say that any other  policy would be a vital blow to the  prestige of Uie foreigners and would  weaken their status, in China. The  local English papers denounce the  proposals to evacuate "'Pekin and say  that the Chinese would interpret ev-  > acuation as defeat. The masses of  Chinamen now believe that the  Chinese armies are victorious.  London, Sep. 5.���������According to Shanghai-advices Li Hung Chang wired  the Chinese minister in London. Sir  Chen Lee Feng I.ui, as follows: Our  St. Petersburg minister has persuaded  Russia to leave Pekin. You aro useless if you cannot persuade England.  Six mouths rations for the British  force, says the Xien Tsin civ respondent of the Standard, wiring August  2"th are being forwarded to Pekin.  Li Hung Chang's protege. Ma Klen  Chung, died at Shanghai on- Monday.  The Russian forcee in Manchuria are  now moving on Kirin, an important  stratgetic position where there is a  largo arsenal. "VThen -Kirln haa been  captijred they will occupy Mukden,  the capital of Uie province of Leao  ~"^J_"ong." "      " '"  -_-"'-���������=���������=-. =-���������--  EMPK12SS DEFIES THE WORLD  Shanghai, Sep. 5.���������Tlie empress dudes tho allied army of Europe. She  Is for war upon tho allies. The whole  edict breathes deliunce and undying  hatred of foreigners. It explains to  the viceroys that the court Hod from  Pekln because lt was afraid the  Christians would kill the emperor.  Washington, Sop. 5.���������Gonoral belief  hero is that llussla will yield to the  demands of tho other powers. A  cable was sent to General Chnffoc in  response to hiB query of yesterday.  He is advised, pending negotiation for  joint occupation of Pekln or Joint  withdrawal therefrom, and Instructed  to remain until further orders hut is  ordered to he in .readiness for prompt  retirement if thc latter course is  adopted.   ii   CONFLAGRATION  PREDICTED  Paris, Sep. 5.���������A Hongkong despatch received here yestacrdny slates  that natives predict a conflagration  within a month". Placards have been  posted in Canton intimating that the  allies have ��������� been completely routed  by the Chinese. A memorandum containing 200 signatures has been presented to the British minister implode his assistance in reforming tho  government and establishing the  capital at Pekin. The strike of coolies has ended.   o  ALLIES IN PEKIN  I_-TV_.--TDT.rs CWXAPTANS  London. Sen. 6.���������General Sir Alfred  Gazelee wires as follows from Pekin.  dated August 29:  "The allies marched through the  forbidden city yesterday. The British had third place in the procession;  Russians and Japanese being in  greater strength."  FROM SOUTH AFRICA  Who Will Sail for Canada Tomorrow.  London. Sep. B.Tho following invalided Canadian soldiers sail on the Corinthian Thursday for Canada: Private  \ c. Reach, fifth regiment, Canadian  artillery. A. company, wounded at  Paardeberg. Private Wm. Hertz.  Cnndlan Mounted rifles. Private "O .  A. Martin, -K'.rd Ottawa and Carleton  rifles, D. company. Private L. 11.  Graham, 12th York rangers, C. com-  panv. Private F. G. Walker, -1st  York, N. 13. battalion, G. company.  Private S. Burnett. G. V. C, Canadian  Mounted rifles. Private XV. L.  Glover. 1st Husai-s. Canadian Mutinied  rifles. Private J. 11. Ira. fi6th Princess Louise Fusiliers, H. company.  Nova Scotia. Private L. A. ninguy.  lirst regiment, Canadian artillery, H.  company. Nova Scotia. Corporal J.  Downey. Montreal company. Private  W. A. Molusky, 2nd dragoon. Canadian Mounted rifles. Private Percy  Barton. Westmount Montreal Canadian Mounted rifles. Private V. Crnlty,  Stli rtnyal rlflr-s. Montreal. Private  Samuel Jones. "1st York, N. IJ. Imitation, G. company. Corporal Jas.  Pringlo, 71st York battalion, N. B��������� G.  company. Private H. G. Bolster,  Cohuurg company. C. A. D. Private  J. S. Porrv. R. C. D., A. company.  Private V. C. McMillan, OSrd Cumberland battalion, Canadian Mounted  rifles. Private IF. J. Donahue, 2Gth  Middlesex Light Infantry, 1.1. company.  Lance Corporal W. McFiawney. -3rd  Victoria Rifles. Montreal. Private  John McDIarmid, 62nd St. John Fusiliers, G. company, at one time a prisoner with thc Boers. Private W. B.  Cordingly, C. G. F. G., Canadian  Mounted rifles. Private G. S. Waller,  S2nd Queen's County battalion. Private II. T. Byers. 3rd Victoria rifles,  Montreal. Private Francis Ponton,  N. XX'. M. P.. Canadian Mounted rifles.  Sergeant Johnston and Privates T. 33.  Taior, P. ' MeNnughto, toil .T. FT.  Pigott. the latter two being among the  recruits for the first contingent are on  furlough. Private F. Brown, of-the  G. G. F. G., Ottawa,, who was wounded in Uie knee at Brandfort. is almost  well. Captain D. M. Howard, of ih&  Strathcona Horse. Is still a prisoner of  tho Boers at Barberton. At Machadorp on August 28th. Private C.  Whilely, of the Strathcona Horse, formerly of Holland . Ontario. was  slightly wounded. Private J. McDuff,  of the Strathcona Horse was severely  wounded. Private John Nick received a gunshot wound in the lungs  at Carolina on July 14th. McDuff  comes from Point Fortune. Quebec.   o^   CANADIAN   CASUALTIES  GRIEVANCES ADJUSTED  Montreal, Sep. S.���������The grievances  between the C. P. It. company and the  Order of Railway Conductors and  Brotherhood of railway trainmen have  been adjusted to the satisfaction of  tho company and this branch of employees. The outcome of tho negotiations has been a slight increase in  the wages of freight conductors and  an   advance   in   yardmen's  remuncrsi-  The organizations asked for a flat  scale ol two cents per mile for trainmen, three cents per mile for conductors and the abolition ot tho junior  scale, and wherever 40 cars wore  handled on a train they asked that  three brakesmen bo employed instead  of two-    ���������iV- ���������    ' '  MONTREAL  FOREWARNED  IMPERIAL BA^K,  OF CANADA  Head Oflice, Toronto.  Capital Authorized, - $2,500,000.00  Capital Paid Up, - $2,458,603.00  Rest. - $1,700,000.00  Montreal, Sep. 5.*���������The health authorities arc alarmed at the possihllliy of  the bubonic plague reaching bore,  owing to the close connection between  Montreal and Glasgow. The steamship companies plying between tho  porta have promised to take all precautions, bul considerable alarm Is  fell notwithstanding. The Quebec  provincial board ot health has cabled  lo Paris Tor 000 doses of Curative  scrum to be In n pnsltlon lo slop any  possible cases.   o   RAILROADERS   LAID   OFF  Fai'HO. Sep. G.���������Sixteen biakemen  nnd two conductors on lhe freight  service of the Northern Pacific on the  Dakota division, the majority of whom  live in this city, have been discharged.  The men were charged with accepting  money from hoboes. A spotter recently made a trip over the division,  and it is said ho used a button hole  camera to secure pictures of the men  who he knew or suspected ot accepting cash fares.   o   A  MONTH'S  NOTICE  Patterson Given Thirty Days to  Pack Up  Ottawa, Sep. 4.���������It is said that the  order in council appointing the Hon.  D. H. McMillan, M.P.P.. to be lieutenant governor of Manitoba to succeed  the Hon. J. C. Patterson, whose term  has expired, fixed the date for assumption of office by the new governor at  October 1st. This "will .give the  present lieutenant governor ample  lime in which to make his preparation for departure from the government house at Winnipeg.  DIRECTORS:  H.   S.   Howland,  President  T.R.Merritt,VIce-Pres,   St.   Catherines  "William Ramsay, Robert Jaffray  Hugh   Ryan,   T   Sutherland,   Stayner  Ellas Rodgers  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager  BRANCHES  North West and British Columbia:  Brandon,     Calgary,     Edmonton,  Golden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie  Prince       Albert,        Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  Ontario: .  Essex, Fergus, Gait, Ingorsoll,  Listowel, Niagara Falls, Port  Colborne, Rat Portage, Sault Ste.  Marie, St. Catherines, St.Thomae,  Toronto, Welland, Woodstock,  Hamilton. , -  Quebec:  Montreal.  Savings Bank i)opartment���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and interest  allowed.  Debentures���������Provincial, Municipal,  and  other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������  Available at all points of Canada,  United Kingdom , United States,  Europe, .India, China. Jayoa Australia, New Zealand etc  Gold   purchased.  This  bank  issues Special RecelptB  which will be accounted for at any  of the Hudson's  Bay Co's Posts  in  the Yukon and Northern districts.  A. R. B  HEARN.  Manager Revnlntoko Branch.  immmmmmwmmwmmwmmmmwmmmmitmig  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated hy Act of Parliament, 1853.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  Authorized Capital  Paid up Capital  Boat Fund  $2,500,000  2.170,000  -     1,850.000  DIRECTORS:  Wm. Molson Maci'Hebson, President;  S. H. Kwing, Vice-President; ���������  W. M. Ramsav, Samuki. Fislkv, Hfnby Abchibald, J. P. Cr.r.G_onx,  H. Makklasd Molsok.  Jamks Ei.i.iot, General Manager.  A general banking business transacted,  rates.  guuuu&auuu  Interest, allowed at current ;������  J. D. MOLSON, 2  Masagkk. Revelstoke, B.C.    ^������  immumim  ���������London. Sep. -l.���������Tho war office publishes  the   following    despatch    from  Lord  Roberts,    dated    September    1:  "Duller marched  with his forco today  from Helvetia on the way to Lydenburg, and is now in camp on the north  bank of the river.     Eleo's rear guard  is racing before him    without opposition.     Paget reports      that a      small  column ot Baden-Powell's force under  Plumer  despatched   by  him drove  off  a small command under General Pretorius. ease o������ Pinnarsveyer.     Plumer  cantured a thousand head oC cattle, 31  agons. 2G prisoners and 90 rifles.     The  families with the commando aro being  taken care oC in our camp.    -The enemy managed to detail another supply  train five miles south of the Klip river  early  this  morning.      Two  men were  killed, one wounded and 35 takee prisoners.     To engine was blown   up and  13  trucks  burned.      A  party' of Brabant's  Horse  on  duty    at  Klip  river  bridge, followed the enemy os soon as  tho  report  of. the . incident    reached  them,  into  the  neighboring hills  and  recovered all the prisoners.     Over 100  prisoners came into camp.     Half    o������  these were    sent to Pretoria, and the  remainder go tonight.''   o   BULLER AND BOTHA  Ottawa, Sep. 5.���������The following cablegram arived from Sir Alfred Milner  this morning: " Cape Town, Sep. a.���������  _S. Walts. Strathcona's Horse, seriously wounded at Sunilfontein on the  1st of September.      MILNER."   o   TREKKING TOWARDS SWAZILAND  London, Sep. 5.���������According to ad-  vies from Lorenzo Marquez yesterday  the Boers arc trekking from Lydenburg towards  Swaziland.   c   THE  BUBONIC  PLAGUE  Has Made Its Appearance at Glasgow  ���������Several   Cases  Reported  Glasgow,  Sep. 4.���������A bulletin  issued  by the medical officers of Glasgow this  morning   shows   that   an   additional  plague case has been reported.   . The  total is  now 13;     doubtful   cases    3:,  under  observation,- 93.  London; Sep. 4.���������A report was current that two cases of bubonic plague  had been 'discovered in the vicinity of  London docks, but the medical officers  when questioned say they know nothing about it.  Buenos Ayres. Sep. 4.���������A case of  bubonic plague has been officially reported here.   o   =��������� FATAL ACCIDENT  CONSERVATIVE NOMINA'. ��������� ONS  Winnipeg. Sep. 5.���������Conservative conventions were held yesterday at Moose  Jaw, Western Assiniboia and West  Prince Albert. Saskatchewan. At the  former, place Nicholas Flood Davin  was the unanimous, choice of the  meeting. At the latter point Dr. T. C.  Spence, mayor of Prince Albert, wais  the unanimous choice in opposition to  T-. O. Davis, who will without doubt  bo the Liberal nominee.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymaq.  Draying and delivery work a specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  notlna.       Cotitrneta   for  lobhlnar  talr-M).  WELLKNOWN WRESTLER KILLED  W.H.Quinn the Victim of a Runaway  Cornwall, Sep.   4.���������W.   H.     Quinn.  champion collar and elbow and catch i  as  catch  can  wrestler of  Canada,   is |  reported killed  in a runaway   which |  occurred near La Conception, Quebec.  He was formerly in ihe hotel busi-|  ness here and  later engaged rin limbering business.  Blacksmithing, Jobbing,  Plumbing, Pipe Fitting,  Tinsmithing Sheet Iron  Work, ' Machinery .Repaired.   '  Mining    Work    a    Specialty  HOST, GORDON  Ktive.Bto.i*'..  J,   ,  Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND     .  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave,  P. 5URNS 8c CO,  "Wholesale and Retail Dealers  Prime Beet Pork, Mutton, Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  RATE $1 oo PER DAY  PETITIONS   WITHDRAWN*  Winnipeg. Sep. " 4.���������The following  election petitions against the return  of sitting members in Manitoba provincial divisions have been withdrawn: Birtle, Rosenfeldt, Beautiful  Plains, Russell, Kildonan. Winnipeg  Centre.   Deloraine  and Westbourne.   o   THE "MACHINE WORKING  CUTE  OLD  LI HUNG CHANG  Shanghai, Sep. 4.���������General Woodvillo  -Rockvile, special   United   States commissioner, interviewed on the general,  present and future situation in China  and the prospects for peace negotiations    says    they will    be    conducted  throughout.a southern viceroy.   There  is a financial   panic ln   Chinese business circles.     Li Hung Chang remains  here.     He told the American and the  British   diplomats .that  the   Russians  had promised to withdraw from Pekin  regardless of the policy of    the other  nations.- Tho -statement isnot believed.  It Is thought probable that he is simultaneously assuring the Russians that  the. Americans and  British have promised   to ��������� withdraw.    , If  the  Chlneso  ���������government Is able to break the concert of the  nations and bring about  disagreement on the part ot any government, ln such "a way as to secure  any relaxation of tho joint demands  of  all,   the  foreigners   in  China may  as well pack up and leave.     This is  the very best opportunity to settle for  all  time,   the  statua  of foreigners  In  China.      If that matter ia not settled  for now, the Chinese will be' encouraged to persist in the present policy, and  the powers will have the whole trouble  to thrash out again every two or three  years.     I believe all the governments  .. ,are impressed  with  this truth, and I  " 'bdheve   most   of  them  realize  that  a  definite permanent   settlement of the  status of foreigners and the establishment of freedom ln trade Is now more  important to them    than  the acquisition of territory.  Crocodile' River Valley, Transvaal,  Sep.' 2.���������General Buller ..today recon-  noitered the Boer position in. the  mountains overooloking - Lydenburg.  GeneraUBotha_arid_-.2000,_=_-Boer&.___had.  previously .joined the forces holding  the ' pass. The Boers opened. with  three Long Toms and firing continued  all day long. The British ' had few  casualties.  Two Brothers Killed on the Railway  Minnedosa, Man.. Sep. 4.���������-The men  killed on the raliway here last night  were two brothers, Thomas and Samuel Adamson. The latter is a farmer residing north of Napanee and a  member of Rosedale council . The  former is on a visit here from Mus-  koka. They had been in Minnedosa  and were on their way to the home  of John T. Wilson their brother-in-  law, who resides four-miles east of  Minnedosa.   o   CHAMPIONS OF THE  WORLD  ' Winnipeg, Sep. 5.���������The Telegram.  Conservative, says, there have been  several alterations discovered in the  compilation of Manitoba voters' lists  at Ottawa for the Dominion election.  As-an illustration it says. Emerson is  taken out of Provencher and placed in  I.isgar, while many parts of Lisgar  and Selkirk are 'included in Pro-  -vencher.  Undertaking: and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  MACKENZIE   AVK.  Rotiill Penlerpln Furniture.  ; olumbia  House.  Good accommodation. A' good iv-.t  well supplied with choice wiu--*-  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus Wests All T rain  Bpown   ���������& Pool  Proprietors  tm  STRATHCONA  CASUALTIES  Capetown,- ��������� Sep.      2.���������Strathcona's  Horse���������No.   266    Whitley,     (slightly  wounded at Machadorp, August 28.  ,   No. 300  (name not given)  severely.  wounded   at  Amerlpoopt.  No." 30,  Nicks,   shot 'through  the  lungs at Carolina on July 4th.  Word of these was   only    received  yesterday. MILNER.  ���������o  Toronto, Sep.-'4.���������The lacrosse match  on Rosedale. grounds yesterday afternoon between'-New- Westminster and,  Toronto -was .stubbornly contested.  The game was ' witnessed by a large  crowd of people. Each team won four  goals and it was declared a draw.  The New Westminsters have -been  very successful on their eastern tour,  beating every team they played, Including the famous -Shamrocks, of'  Montreal, and the Capitals, of Ottawa, and by their superiority , over  these teams are deserving of the proud  title of champions of the'world.  -     : O���������������������������  LABOR DAY  NEW   WINNIPEG  PROSESSORS  Winnipeg, Sep. 5.���������Two new professors have been secured by. Wesley  college.in this city. They are A. B.  Hawley, B. A., of Queen's university,  Kingston, to be lecturer In classics:  *ah~d""Norman~rR"^Wils6n7:^B-^ATr^:of  Cobou'rg, Ontario, to be lecturer in'j  mathematics and'such other subjects'-  aa may., be required.   'LL.���������_llo   mcmillax appointed.  PACIFIC  AND SOO LINE.  (C  FAMOUS  IMPERIAL LIMITED"  Winniptg, Sep 4.���������Colonel McMillan,  formerly provincial treasurer in the  Greenway government, has been appointed lieutenant governor for the  'province of Manitoba to, succeed Lieutenant" Governor Patterson, whose  term expired on the 1st of September.  FAST-DAILY~SERVICE^BETWEEICAT^  . *    LANTIC AND PACIFIC.  First-class Mcepers on all Trains.  Tourist Cars pass Revtlstcke daily for  St. Paul, Fridays for Montreal and  Boston, Sundays and Wednesdays tor  Toronto,"  Improved connecting service to and  Irom  KOOTENAYCOUNTRY.  1900  - tl  \1900  LANDERKIN RENOMINATED  CANADIAN RED CROSS  in  Looking After Sick and Wounded  South Africa  Toronto, Sep. 3.���������Dr. Hodgetts, the  secretary of the Red Cross in Toronto,  haa received a cable from. Major  Biggar. dated Capetown,-August 30th,  saying: "Men well looked after.  Agents out all along the line."   o   TROOPER MISSING  Ottawa, Sep. 4.���������The following was  received from Sir.Alfred Milner this  morning:  "Capetown,"Sep.. 3.���������No. 150 McGil-  livray, missing at.Bedfontein, 1st of  September.'  -������������������o ���������  WAR SUMMARY  THE  SITUATION IN CHINA  London, Sep. 4.���������The latest reliable  Pekln despatch to date Is now nearlv  a fortnight old. An undated despatch  has been received at Vienna report-  ig that the allied troops inarched  through the Imperial pal.ic. on August  2Sth, but It was lu-it known that this  date has been (lxed by the allied commanders for a formal uromonarti>.  There Is no other nc.is of _nj kind.  The Vienna corre������podenl o." the Standard telegraphs '.hat he l-.rns that  li.e Germans, Au->!ri:iil������ aud Italians  will remain In Foklu after the, Russians withdraw.  London, Sep. 5.���������Major Williams and  the Canadian ' Mounted Rifles are  doing splendid work in South Africa;  their success at Leen Kop was specially mentioned in despatches. Two  Strathconas were severely wounded  and one is missing. General Buller  fought a battle Sunday with Botha's  forces in the mountains overlooking  Lydenburg: the British had few casualties. It is stated that General  Do La Rey has died of wounds received at Eland's river. A cablegram  states Lieutenant, Lawlor, of Toronto,  has been killed.   '*  Winnipeg, Sep. 4.���������Labor Day waa  celebrated with great enthusiaam by  citizens of all clasues here yesterday.  The weather was perfect and ' the  parade one of the finest ever seen,  being participated in by over 1,500  union men and all the prominent  business houses " were represeted by  gaily decorated floats. The mayor,  city" council, board of trade and exhibition board were also in the procession. ,A special effort was made  by the union men this year to celebrate the day in a    suitable manner.   o   NAVAL  DISPLAY   o   ' Bar Harbor. Maine. Sep. 5.���������There  was a splendid naval display here today when five British warships cleared into the inner harbor and fired a  national salute. It was returned by  the United States cruiser New York.  The British ships were H. M. S. Crescent, flying the flag of Vice Admiral  Bedford, the Psyche. Tribune. Indefatigable and the torpedo boat destroyer.  o         HARD   PRESSED   AT   LADYBRAND  Durham, Sep. 4.���������Dr. Landcrkln,  M. P.. was renominated rero hy tho  Refi rmers of South Grey yesterday  afi t moon. The nomination waa mado  by'Mr. R. McKuhrle, who nominated  him 33 years aro.   o   BRANDON CONVENTION  Brandon., Sep. 5.���������The Brandon convention will be hold today. Hon.  Clifford Sifton will doubtless be renominated as candidlate. The Conservatives meet at Sourls tomorrow.  There is a possibility that Hugh John  .Macdonald will be nominated, but It j  is not considered probable. ,.  DAILY   TRAINS  But.  4 SO arr.  4 45 lv,  To and from Kootenay points.  5.00 lv. lievelstoke. nrr. 2100  under the auspices of  llie Royal iiculH out) infeM Society ol B. I  will be held at  New   Westminster,   B.  C.  OCTOBER, 2, 3, 4, 5,  Revelstoke.  Revelstoke.  Weot  arr. 21.20  lv. 21.35  For Kates, Tickets. hihI full information apply to agent Revelstoke, or  E. J. COYLE,  A. G.P. A.  Vancouver, tt.  T. VV. BRADSHAW;  Agent.  Rivelstoke  $20,000 -   N PRIZES - $20,000  X X Open to the World XXX  A Round of Pleasure, for Four Whole Days  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake  TIIE KUMASSII2 REBELLION  London, Sep. 5.���������Colonel Wilcock  reports a severe engagement northwest of Kumassie with rebels under  Queen Ashatauh. in which the  rebels wero driven out of the fetl6h  town of Ojcsu, which was burned. The  British losg was two killed and 51  wounded. The - Ashcnti loss was  j hoavr-  London, Sep. 4���������The British garrison  at Ladybrand are beinff sorely pressed  by the Boer commandos. Their stores  were burned and their position is precarious. General Hunter is hastening  to their relief. Baden Powell has left  for Cape Town. The Canadian Red  Cross commissions cables that the  Canadians are being well looked after  in  the  hospitals.  Saddle    and     Pack  always for hire.   ���������  H ore  Freifihtin    a  - specialty.  d   Te.'ittiiiiK   >  Tug-of-War, Horse Eaces, Bicycle Races   \quatics,  Naval and .Military sports, Gymkhans,  Baseball, Football.  BAND TOURNAMENT  Magnificent Illuminations.     Grand  Concert each  evening.    Special Attractions.  Monster   Excursions  from  all  points  at  greatly  reduced rates.  Dnilv'Sinirp lpfl-vps Thomson's Landing every morning ab      ocl'ock  for Trout L-ike Citv.    For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing.  "WANT  INDEPENDENCE  McGregor. Sep. 5.���������There is considerable feeling among quite a  number of Liberals here In favor of  an Independent Liberal candidate.  allify furnished with  the murker. HlTm-dfC  Liquors and  (Jitrars,  lied ri 10ms.  Mont hi v rate.  tlie choicest  Be������l    Wine-  I.arge.  1'iKhi  Itnti-s    .'i'i     ������    day-  J. Bitot Si.-Pfoor.  No Entrance Fee Charged  EXKCUriVK-Hid Worsbio Mayor "-cott T.J. Trapp. G. D.  fi. \ iiiiicr. XV. 3. Mathers. C. G. Major. Aid. Reid, Ad, Sinclair,  Aid. Ail-tin-**!. K. fr\ Anderson. A. Malins  IV'z? r_,!������ts. Entry Forms and full particulars, write to  F  T. J. TRAPP,  President.  W.H. KEARY  Manager and Secretary fr *************************  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  Brushes.. I  We have  Just  received   a  large  ship-  fr  msat o: fill kind*-, fr  fr  fr  fr  -HATH BRUSHES.  CV-SA1L BIUISIIES.  CW-TOOTH BRUSHES.  /FSr-fOLISHING BRUSHES.  -CLOTH BRUSHES.  Zi   you   are   requiring   anv   Brushes,  (.���������(���������me and see our large assortment.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  KEVELSTOKE  ���������* ���������H-W-f-H-f+++++*++ +.*|.*.*.f ***.  DEATH.  sfoayt   V*-U ffrT S^MisffAy _, *HsWAol4  '        v /., / _^P/__ _. ~&;M������~.  tyfayftydd    QytyTUS.  "Williams���������On the 10th inst.. Catherine, wife of IJui'lici't Williams, .'iRed  US years.  Coming Events.  Sept. 2... ���������Kiuiiloop*, Fair.  Del. 'J-j-Xi'iv Westminster Fair.  Oct. L'-IC���������Spokane Exhibition.  Local and  General News  El Presidente Cifjar at Brown's.  ���������(ii'c.il closinp (piil sale of fancy  1:0011 & still 011 ab.M. K. Lawson's.  Mis. T. F. L. Taylor has returned  lionni from her visit lu Vancouver.  Dr. .McKechnie left on last night's  Imperial Limited to return to his homo  in Vancouver.  .Mrs. Howard Doiitflas of Banff is nn  a visit to her daughter, .Mrs. (too. S.  MeCarter uf this place.  ��������� Photograph studio will lie open  fi om Wednesday. Sept. 12th for one  week.    R. H. Trueman <"���������*. Co.  II. A. Upper received his appointment as provincial consfatile at this  point, on .Monday morning.  Ed. Adair started work yesterday on  thu extension to the wagon road to  the Oieeiey creek settlement.  _ E. Carriithers, brother of Dr.  Cairnther.-*. camo in on Saturday from  Vermin for a couple of week's visit.  Smoke the famous El Presidente.  A carload of M Ontario fliers have  been sent to Calgary hy Marcus Only  tu compete in the races at the fair.  The sittings of the county court,  which should have been held hero tu  morrow has lieen postponed till Monday, Oct. Ist.  The vice regal party passed through  011 lheir way to Glacier on Saturday  and catiiii back and left for the south  Sunday afternoon.  -Mrs. Smythe accompanied liv her  suns Weiitwoi-th and Wilfrid left on  Sunday morning for a throe month's  Visit 10 England.  Lord Gonna iistown. Governor of  Tasmania and suite, passed through  on Sunday's lmpei-ul Limited, xta  route for England.  Ask for El Presidente Cigar.  Kev. CJ. A. Profiniier. who has   been  appointed l.n succeed  Rev.  Dr.  Paget  as vicar of St. Peter's, is  not expected  "to arrive here till Sept. 2(ith.  Golden has been made 11 registration  oflice for bills of sale for North East  Kootenay. which district has hitherto  registered its bills of sale here.  -Mrs. J. M. Scott left this morning  un a visit to Calgary. During her  .-Lay in that city she will be the guest  i>t her husband's uncle. Judge Scott.  ��������� 0" 11 del wear ! Still, cutting loose  into (inr Slimmer underwear and  making prices that will clear out any  struggling line or slow sellers. IJum-iu:  Bros.  W. F. Cochrane and Mrs. Cochrane  of Macleod returned 011 Sunday from  a visit to the Nettie L. in wliich .Mr,  Cochrane is largely interested and  went on east.  The   proceeds    of   the   T. A.  uf M.  concert last week were g_M5  witli 855  expenses leaving a net. balance of SIGC,  " which will  lie devoted tu the expenses  of the lute strike.  W. Johnson of Thomson's Landing  .-.nd r. T. Abey uf Tiout Lake City  registered at the Central on Sunday  evening and left this morning for  Calgary tn take in- the fair.  ���������Clothing ! Wu can see our way  clear to do without some of these,  lines of clothing. That of itselE is  ���������rtitlicieiit reason for making clearing  price* for Wednesday.    Bourne Bros.  A Thomson's Landing party for the  Calgary fair came in last night cou-  ���������".=is .iiut-of���������At^ Craig���������and���������Al rs���������Ci aigr  the Misses McDowell, Miss Lily  Valentine, A. S. Hillman and Chas.  _ lillu.iin.  Although the Silver Cup people have  1101 yet made any Contract fur hauling  their ore out to the Landing, they ar_  known to lie sacking ore, which* may  be taken its a fair indication that they  intend to do considerable shipping  this winter.  The Kosslund .Miner, a Liberal paper,  ���������ays Mr. Gailiher's nomination "will  ie learned with surprise hy the electors  hroughout. the Hiding"; tlmt, he is  ��������� hardly known beyond the limits of  ��������� be corporation of "Nelson": that lie  "has never had any political experience." and I hat. the electors "are  iiltei-ly in the dark as to his qualifications." It adds: "It surely would  have lieen wiser for the Convention lo  have found some man who wns more  widely known, and whom the voters  could Irive cnsl, lheir ballots for witli  11 reasonable assurance that he was  one who would fulfill the expectation  which should always be entertained  of a member of tlie House of Commons."  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches   We have the mime nf making  the only Siylisli SnitK in Town  ��������� for durability and quality  they also excel.  Jammm*. TRY ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  't-i"i"l.**'H"t-l.*.+**++4.****4.****4rl"i"*  EDISON'S  STANDARD  PHONOGRAPH  Willi nil the latest improvements  ���������will take ami reproduce records.  Price ?'J5 complete, including  "unorder, Iloproducer, llrrss Horn  Tapphire Shaving Knife. Ear  Tubes, Camels Hair Hnish, Oil  Can���������also half a dozen records and  books of instruction.  C.J. AM AN  fr i|>  **************************  Ir1-  Baker  AN'l)  FOR SUMMER  DIFFICULTIES*  Our Kiipnly of -medicines and  healthful foods for the care and  nourishment of thc baby is large  and exceedingly good.  ALL THE SOTHING  REMEDIES  So essential to the comfort of the  .suffering child and thc tired and  drooping mother, we keep in the  best form.  Our Prices are moderate, our  goods pure and reliable.  RED CROSS  DRUGSTORE  Geo. F. Curtis,  TAYLOR BLOCK.  McKenzie Ave  TAYLOR & GEORGE.  "n LEADINC STORE"  LATE JAMES GILL & CO.  .SPECIAL SAKE.  : Men's Colored Shirts!!  REGULAR PRICE���������$1 35���������$i.25-and 90c.  SALE PRlCE���������$1 00���������8oc--6oc.  PENDRAGON  HOTEL--a3SL.  CAMBORNE, B.C.  Headquarters for Ihe Fish Kiver  Mining District.  Camborne is situated at'the confluence oi  Fish Kiver and Tool Creek and fs within easy  distance of lhe mines of lhe rich camp. '  Boys Blouses!!!  REGULAR PRICE���������75c���������$1 00���������$1 50���������$2 00 and $2 50.  SALE PRICE--50c-60c���������90c- $1 25- $185.  Men's Straw Hats  REGULAR PRICE���������?i 00���������?l 50-82.00.  SALE PRICE���������50c���������90c���������$1 50  ONT FORGET THAT WE STILL KEEP THE  BUTTERICK PATTERNS  TAVLOR & GEOR&E  The Wide-Awake Business Men,      -     McKenzie Avenue.  A Dainty Timepiece  The lonp, <ieli("iU(_ chain \a thc correct iidjunct for n,  Dninty Time Piece, and is iiseul in so many other  ways you can't afford to bo without one,  j Ve offer special bargains in these fashionable chains  either with or without the watoh.  GUY BARBER, Watchmaker, and Jeweller  ���������     ���������Mackenzie Avenue.  THE   FRED   ROBINSON   LUMBER   COMPANY,    LIMITED.  On anil after tliis date our prices for C11I Firewood will  lie ;is  follows:-  $1.00 Per Cord at Mill  $2.00 Per Cord Delivered  PRICES CUT FOR CASH.  FRED. ROBINSON. ��������� ��������� ��������� Managing Director.  FIRST GLASS ACCOMMODATION  Confectioner  I    The liar is supplied wilh  I Liquors mid Cigars.  M. M. BUCHANAN   "   :  lirst-class Vine-*  Bread = Delivered - Daily  CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK OF  NEW  GROCERIES  :       Proprietor.  Addres-s Coinbornc via CuuiH).li.\.  i^C Per Cent  ! ^3 Reduction  ON ALL SUMMER GOODS  ���������which includes ,  ! LAWN SPRINKLERS  ICE CREAM  FREEZERS  I Only TWO REFRIGERATOR.-.  WATER COOLERS  AND WHY ?  AND WHY ?  AND WHY ?  Not have your prescriptions dispensed  by ���������������-FIEI.il & BEWS  Large and AWl I Lighted  Sample 'looms   Heated hy lint Air and j.Iectric  Hells and Light in everv room  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Keasouublc Kates  -..HOTEL  VIOTOE-IA^  JOHN V. PERKS,���������Pim.pkii.__ok.  .Night' Grill _n_.->__.:_. Connection lor tlie Convenience of Guests  Hourly Street Car  Between Hotel and Stimon  G^wsOsfosJlfe������, icC.  Wc arc competent di.^pensicrs.  Wo carry tlio purest  DRUGS AND CHEMICALS  Wo know whin we Are lmndUiii?.  FIELD & BEWS  Drmigists And Stationers    :  NIGHT BELL.  Brown Block  j WATER FILTERS  COAL OIL-STOVES  Pont forgot to ask tor the discount..  This oier Is open 10 the end of  the  I mu.i.'.i.  Benjamin    Robertson,   who   was   a  I eM(U-nt.('f P.ovei.-tokt: *?(itue .-::���������: years  ago was in tmvn yt'-U-nlay on rittirn  fiimi >"'_w Brunswick wilFi his inkle.  -Mr. Uuhoi'lMin i- on hi- wuy lo Slnc-.tn  City, tvlii-ie lie has niaite ionie giiod  ii.ininn (lu.-ils I'l'cciuly,  JI. N. ile Ktruvi... ;hi: Russian Consnl-  (ifiifi-nl fur C������mi������rtn. it li" hn* lici-ii mi  .a vi*-it t" the iiiillini ilie.-. in Viiloriu in  runnei'linn with tin- preliiliitimi of  ])i-o-|������-rtitii; for if old on ll)..- hiln-rian  coa'-l. went thrnuxh on iii-> way lnuiit-  lo .M.iiilic.'il on .S'inilay inoininir.  The Calciirv Hcialil my" "f llu-  Edith J. .Miller coiici-'it: Tliu f.wl tliat,.^,  II C/'al^-'i-y atidienfi- lilirrally applauded I x&  all tin: iiicinlici's and (Icii'.ttnd.d uninifM j i*^tj  to nnt ;i few. i~ lo ;lio*-i' wlio know  i.'.il^ai v anilii-nri*-, a Miilicii-til iriiaraii-  lec nf the qiiiiiil.v nf tin: conci'ft, and  it i������- nn i-xiijipi-uiii"!! to Miy that lhu  liri.Hianmie was cxfelli'iit .'ind pnpiiliir.  Ven. Alflidea'-on Penticlli Look  t-.'iviie in St. Pi-U'i-'- inoininj; and  Hvi-nini: "ii Sumliiy last. lie went  li-mii here tn Kaslo'toattend a m.-'CLiiifr  ��������� if :'ne exeeiitivo of lln*: .syn.'nl "f  ICnoit'iiiiv dinccsp and will visit  several Ei<t Koolenay points this  11111:1th. H" will meet tlie liibliop at  Veini'ii "ii Sept. ?!r'I.-mil present two  deacons for prie.-ls' orders.  Porto Rico Cigars. 5 f:r 50c. at  Brown's Tobacco Store.  Two of the samo old pine of .juvenile  offenders a������ain������t tlie law as have  already been ir, thc hands of Ihe police  this year, were arrested on Suturdny  ���������ni a charge of breaking into tteo.  Lafonne's ware, house at liis corral  and stealing canned ixoods. They  were bronchi before the (loid Colli-  missoner and remanded till to ni;iht al  S o'clock, to allow .Mr. Lafonne to  lelm-n to town.  So icenpi-il has lie-^n the intei-e t  manifested liy the pnliiic in the  .-ippioacliintr ICdilh .1. .Miller concert  1 hut the I_ii'dii!s' Aid have decided to  cive the concert, in Tapping's Opera  Hoi'i.'e instead of the -Metliodistchurch  an stated last week. Pian of tiie Hall  ar. the Canada Driip <fc Book store.  Secure yonr.setts early.  r^-W. M. Lawrence  llarihvure. Tinware. Stove?.  Taints. Oils ami Rlasn.  Agent for Hamilton Powder Co.  Jas. I. Woodrow   ���������  ���������RITTOHER  ARE  YOU  READY .    ..  Lale snninier am! early fall eveniiiKS  demand.  Light Weight  Overcoats  Our new poods arc hero. Some are  beauties, and the surprising thing is  they don't cost much.  You will be interested in the  Fashionable Top Coats and Suitings  we are making.  J. B. CRESSMAN,  MACKJ-rXZlK Al'ESTJE.  IN THE MATTER OF THE GOLD  FIELDS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  LIMITED.  NOTICE IS IIKREBY GIVEN thnt the creditors in British Columbia of the above named  company ure required on or before the '2-tli  Uny of September, 1SHI0, to send their names  and addresses and the particulars of their  debts or claims, and the names and addresses  of lheir solicitors, if anv, to the undersigned  Solicitors lor llobert Stanley Willialns, Esq.,  of Its Uopthall Avenue, in the city of London,  KukIiuhI, the Liquidator of the ������ald Climpanv,  and if so required by notice in Writing from  thesaid Liquidator, or his solicitors, nre by  lheir solicitors to come in and pi-uve their  snid debts or claims utsuch time nml place as  shall be specitled in such not lue, or in delimit  thereof they will be excluded from thu benelit  of any distribution made before such debts are  proved.  Dated this21th day ol August, 1WU.  WILSON .t SENKLER,  Solicitors for the Liquidator.  Inns, of Court Biillilini*;. Huntings St..  Vancouver, llritish Columbia,  IN  THE   MATTER OF THE TANGIER MINE, LIMITED.  NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN lhat the creditors In British Columbia of the above named  company are required on or before the '2-lth  day 01 September,T.WU. tosend theirnames and  addresses and the particulars of their debts or  claims, and the names and addresses of their  snllellors, if nny, to the undersiitned. Solicitors  fur I'obert Klnnley Williams, Esquire, of 115  Coplluill Avenue, in the City of 1 ondon, England, tin- Liquidator of the suld eompanv, ami  ifsu rcqii nil by notice in writing from the  snid l.iquidatoror his solicitors, are liv their'  solicitors to come in and prove IheiF salu  debts or claims at such time and place hs shall'  ho specitled in such notice, or in default  thereol lluiy will be excluded from the benelit  of any distribution made before such debts  are proved.  Dated thls2lth (lay of August, 1900.  WILSON .t SENKLER,*  Solicitor for the Liquidator.  Inns of Court Building, Hustings Street,  Vancouver, U. C.  IN THE MATTER OF THE WAV-  ERLEY, MINE, LIMITED.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt the creditors in British CdlumMa of the above mimed  company ure required on or before the _lth  day of September, 191)0, to send their names and  addresses nnd lhe particulars of their debts or  claims, and Ukj names and addresses of thoir  solicitors, It any, to the undersigned, of Hi'  Copthall Avenue, in the City of London, England, the Liquidator of thesaid eompanv, nnd  if so required by notice in writing ironi the  said Liquidator or his solicitors, are bv their  solicitors to eome in and prove the'ir snid  debts or claims at such time and place as shall  be specified in such notice, or in defnull  thereof tliey will be excluded from the benefit  of any distribution mode before such debts  are proved.  Dated this 2-lth day of August, 19(H).  WILSON ������ SENKLER,  ... Solicitors for the Liquidator.  Inns of Court Building, Hastings Streei.  Vancouver, Jl. C.  \  IV  Red Rose Degree meets second and fourth1  Fridays of each rnonth; White Rose DeKretf  meets lirst Friday of each month,in Oddfellows'  Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome.  W.M. JIATIIERR,  Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   N_. 1658I  .tegular meetings are held in the'  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Eri--  diiy ol each mouth, at 8 p.m. sharp.-  Visiting brethren cordially invited*  THOS. STEED, w'.M.  Court  Mt. Begbie  I. 0. F., No. 3461;  Meets In the Oddfel*'  lows' llall.ou ihcsccoml  nnd fourth .Mondnvs of  each month'. Visttinir  brethren invltod to lit.-  fend.  B. IV. ATKIS-S. C. W. M ITCH KLL.  Chief Ranger. Ree.-Scc.*  Wi%'  Gold Ranpe Lodg-e K*. of P".,.  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  "Meets every Wednesday iry  Oddfellows' Hall .-U. Si.'i-locft  1x7     it      V,M''������������ Knights invited'.  Wm. Mathews. (J. C.      :   :   :   .   .   <  ���������'���������'������������������    J- Savaoi., k.'oi' It. & s."  NOTICE  ��������� -^"('p Is hereby givei ui purchasers of loin  111 Block-A,"'lown of (evelstokc, otherwise  known as I lie "Mam To nisite Property," Hint  all inslalmeuts on acco ml of purchase are to  be paid 10 John I), f ibbnhl, Muni Townsite  Agent, aud to no other person.  J. A.MAKA,  TENDERS  Wanted for Bankrupt Stock, Etc.  TENDERS will be received bv the undersigned  up to .     "  September 18th, 1QOO,  fur the purchasoof the assets ofthe assigned  estaie of Savage Brothers of Kevelstoke. 1). C.  The Estaie consists of:--  1.���������Slock of Croccries. I'lour nud Teed  and Fixtures, valued al % nsfi HO  7,'.:i ilii  fllil) HO  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School*of. linen, London.    Seven  venrj.  at  Morfn   Works,  Swansea.     17     ear" J'liief  Chen, st  to Wigim coal n���������,i  irofi* %..   Eg.  Late ( hemist nnd Assivyer, Hall Mines, Ltd'  Claims exmiiiiii'il iiliil reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  H.W. ED-WARDS.Taxfdermist  Third Slrecl, ltoveisloke; II'. cf  I'. O. Ilox���������1:>.  GIVE YOR TEETH ATTENTION  When   they   first   need   it.   before   Uiuv'  give yon nnin,   thereby  avoiding   need--  f���������������._.5';r,,?K an<1 "������*������"rlnK more uniis--  laetorv and permanent work, nnd at less'  ofSde.av"      lUtt ���������",til ll'e h,l"������ " t,lS���������!  Dr. Burgess,  Dentist,  Taylor mock.  Help Wanted.  -Hook Debis amounting lo...  -Real Estaie valued al   Cirl   lo <l<i Chamber  aud    Laundrv  Sil^e'flon1! Il.","l,t1''   -M'Ply, VllTOIMA  v.������rk.  Hotel,  Retail "Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season   All orders promptly Sll'-d.  Corner Douglas  and King Streets  REYEI.S50KE, B.C  <***'*****-*******+******'t+**  CLOSI3STG-  OTJT  SALS   COODS AT YOUR OWN  PRICES  EVERYTHING MUST GO  NOW ON AT  M. K. LAWSON'S  Mackenzie Ave.  w  We Repair   WATCHES +  CLOCKS, t  and all kinds of Jewellery      ^  fr  If tho work Is not (.atiifni'tory wc. *  r'-fund jour money. fr  WEGUARANTEEOURWORK fr  and stand by our liiinraniee. fr  fr  We alsocarrva good 11 ri" of W Riches fr  an<! ,l<.������i'!l<'r>\ which we dispone of at +  moderate pric.-s. fr  KM. ALLUM, |  The Lendliif? ju  WRir-hmaker und Jeweler.       *  First Street, next door to Hkii.u.ii office,  fr  KEVELSTOKE  SMELTER  TOWNSITE  *************************'.-  Thoif  old nt I.Ik  Triune.  iMn.9errii.fi r-iirloinl   (if  Triune  r.iiidinf* wjiiliii^ sliipmcii'.  LEWIS BROS.  .   .   HIJCCESSOKSTO KAYETTE Ilt/KKIt   .   .  " '    "FX3<TJ^lSrOXJ^lL,, *E^*E^_.Xi ESTATE  C3-JB3Sr-E3_E^_A.Ij I2srSTJ"Ry-A-_I_TOE J__.C3-_F___ET-TS  ..FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE..  Money to Loan on Easy Terms.  Rents Collected. " ���������������������������  One door east of Molson's Bank  'Wi  1p>i  W. H. MAYNE,  SOLE AGENT  S..LOTS FROM $150 UP..  Total i -27811 (111  Villi particulars can lie obtained on npiilicn.  tion to the undersigned.  J. II. SMITH.  -IL.-lil. Trustee.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  IN Ihe Muster of the K-tale of  Koburi Homes, hue of lievelstoke, I'-U^ineer. deceased.   .  Notice is hereby uivoii luirsiuiiii to Sialute  Hint all credilors und 01 hers luivini: claims  ne:aiu--i tlie estate of the said Kolieri Honie..,  wlio dlcil un ur iilioul Hie IDih April, 1!������I0, are  i*(*[|iiirc.l. on or before ihcirnh <lnv ol October,  r.)lii), tosend by post prepaid or deliver to Jir.  Oeo. S. McCnner of Kevcktnke. i-'ollciiur for  Mary Somes ihe Adminisirairix of Ihe eslale  ofsa'id deceased,thetrChristian and surnames  addresses and descriptions, the full particulars  of their claims, ihestatciiieut of thciraccoiiuis  and the natures of ihe securities, if anv, held  by them, all duly verified.  And nolicc is further niven thill after such  Itm mentioned date tlie said Administratrix  will proceed to distribute, thesaid estate of Ihe  deceased anions the parties entitled thereto,  luivini; remird only to the claims of wliich she  shall then have notice aud lhat tlie said  Administratrix will uoi be liable for the said  assets or any part thereof to any person or  of whose claims notice shall not have been  received by hor at the time of such distribution.  Dated the Ith day of September, A.11., 11)00.  OKO. S. McCAKTEK,  Solicitor for Mary Homes, Administratrix  of the Estate of Robert Pomes, deceased.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby Riven that one mouth after  date 1 intend to apply 10 the Ohief Commls-  inner of Lands aud Works to pure base ICO acres  of land In thc District of West Kootenay,  described as follows: Coiumeneint; at a pos'l.  marked 'Samuel Luffman's Unurli-cnst corner"  pliiced'oirtho-West-biink���������of-J)uircnn- Kiver  about fifteen chains South of thc junction of  Duncan Kiver nnd the West Fork, Ihenec. West  forty ('bains, thence North fortyehains, thence  east forty chains lo saifi'I-unciin Rivur, thence  South fortv chains to place of commencement.  Kaslo, H.C., AiiKusllllsl, MIX).  nep.-Min SAMUKI. LUKF.MAN.  -ON   EASY   TERMS-  W .fa  R. H. MAYNE,  Notary Public and Insurance Agent.  _/<g������,  ~<m!i  (<<������*)   (SSs  Tenders Wanted  Tenders are Invited for the erection of 11  three-storey frame hotel nnd store building to  be erected 011 the corner nf 1'lrst Street and  CunnauKhl Avunue. Kevelstoke, and will he  received at the ollice of lieu. S. McCnrtcr,  Molsons Dank Block, up to noon on  Wednesday', September 12th, 1900.  l'uiiiK and specifications mav bo scon ut Mr.  McC'artcr's ollice on and aftcr'Scpt. tith, 11K10.  Tlie lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  For Sale.  (lliiiiliimi ViiKons-n inch double tircs-  ���������Mcinh's���������:i inch runners���������.Vail.  Harness���������per sell���������$1(1.  A i.criijocs, conipi(..te-?l.-..  I lick Saddles���������nt .$:i..-;o.  ���������I'lic   above, although second hand, 1  lirsl-elass coudition.  IH?7_  Applv to  T. IIHAItA.M.  Allien (Jnnvon,  II.II.  For Rent.  I'irst cins-. resirtcin-.. with !> rooms,  besides  11111 try and numerous Closets, etc.  A model lMiu-.'e  A specially warm house. .  Very ccntriillv 1-.ciiu.m1.  Apjily at this ollice.  To Rent.  ,.V,"!'.'!iS}!-!'.'\ ':",,1S '" Id���������all convenience.   .).  I!.(,Uh. fcM.\>>, Mackenzie Ave.  To Rent.  Plorc ou I'ir������t Pti-ecl. 1\f, blocks west of  Imperial Hunk; dini.'iisinns SK-Sti, plate' class-  front; ready for m-cupiiiicv aficr tho IO1I1 of  Aiijjiixt.    Apply at this ollice.  IN THE COUNTY COURT  OF KOOTENAY HOLDEN.  AT REVELSTOKE.  NOTIOK IS HBRKHY GIVEN that on the*  ROth day of Jnlv il. was ordered bv ,1. A. Forin,  I*-**... .lodge of the said Court," thai-.lames  iMirijuson Arinslron-,', onicinl Administrator  of the County of Kooleuiu- be administrator'  or nil and sinuular the lioods, chattels and  credit or John Dohcrly, of Trout Lake, miner,  deceased intestate.  1 very person indebted lo the said tlcccased  is rci'iulred lo make payment forthwith to tliu  undersigned, -     .-.      ,.   Liberal-  Conservative  Convention  will Iir held in' Uie City of  Kcvulnioke, on  Saturday, Sept. 15th, 1900  In Llu> ConHOi'v.ilive coiiiiniltei' rnonjs.  Oddfellow's I lull, I'Oinnieiii'inp: at  1(1 :i.m. for Llie purpose of nominating ii Ciir.diilnte to contest Yulu-  (Jui'ilioo Electoriil District in the  coiniiiK KL'iici'iil Dominion election.  Iinsis or represLMitiition���������One delegate  to every '21) or fraction of 20 members of tut association, Voting in  person or hy proxy.  (Signed)   K. F. GREEN, "U.P.P..  Vlcc-rresldcnt for Yale-Cariboo  Liberal-Conservative Union of B*.C.  XV. E. JM cL A UGH I.I N,  I'rcsident Liberal-Conservative  AbK>ciBtion, Kevelstoke. B.C.  J. D. SIBBALD,  H-c;et*-ry J.I!wr������J-Con5en-ative  A-niM-lmloo, Kevelstokt', B.C*  Every  person  imvfiiK In possession effects *  bclouKlnK'to the decea-cd is reiiuircd forthwith to notify the undersigned.   *  Every creditor or other person, having any  claim upon orintercsl in lhe illsirlbntlon of  thc personal estate (it tho said deceased is  ri'([uired within thlrlydiivsof thlsdatctosend  by registered letter addressed to the under-  siirned, his name and address, and the full  particulars of his'i/laiin or interest, and it  statement of his account and the nature or  the .security (If any)-held by him.  After the expiration of the said thirlv dava  Ihe Administrator will proceed with the ills'  trlbutlon or the estate, hnvlnir rORard to lluise'  claims only or which he shall have hud notice.  Dated at Fort Steele this'.���������Ind day ol August,*  A. D., 1WXI.  JAMICS FKHOUSON AHMSTHONCV  Oliicial Admlnlslrator,  Hurt Steele, II. 0.  NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT  Pursuant to the Creditors' Trust:  Deeds Act and Amending  , Acts.  Tuition  MI33M.E. KNISLKV.graduate of PnHadefpnj-r*  ConserVntory of Mujie. is prepared to giv*  music lessons on either piano or orgarr.  Terms reasonable. Inquire at residence of  MR. K. S. Jackso>VFourth street,     NOTICE IS IIEIIEIIY GIVEN that John'  Kavngo ami William Savaue, lately carrvlnjt on.  business, at Itevclstoke, H. C, as merchants,-  under the llrm nuine and style of Savttire*  Hrotherf*, by deed of asslRiiiiient for thc benefit  of creditors, bearing date tho Eleventh day of  August, .A. D., ifjno, made in pursuance of the  Creditors' Trust Deeds Act*, and . amending  Acts, have granted and avsi^ncd unto James'  B. Smith,of Kevelstoke, li.C Maiiager, all the.rt-  personal estate und effects, which may betel-zed and sold under execution, and all their  real estale In trust to pav the creditors of tl������������"  said llrm of Savage Brothers, ratcurjIy'aBKl*  proportionately lheir just claims'ftitliontf  preference or priority, according to law.  ThoHaid deed of assignment was executed1  by the said John Savage and  William Savag..,  and James B, Smith on thc llthday of August',  A. D., 1800.  All persons having claims- against the said' t  firm of Savage Brothers are required on op  before thc 35th September, A. I) , 1900,. to  deliver to the trustee, vouchersand particulars of any security of the same, together with  Garticular* of any security -vhich niny be belt--  y them thorefor..-  And notice"i's hereby given that after-tlie .  said loth September, 1900, the trustee will proceed to distribute ihe assets among those  parlies who arc entitled thereto. havingregHnl'  ���������inly to the claims oi which he shall then have  had notice.  A meeting of the creditors of said Savage '  Brothers will be held al the oflice of Messrs.  H-arvcv, MeCarter <t Pinkham, Molsons Bank-  llfrrelstoi-, B. C, on Saturdav, the 35th day of  August. M00, at two o'clock, p.m , to glvo"  ���������������������������S-rwtions as to the disposal of the estate:  . Vt-teS this 16th. August, A. D., 1000.  JULES B  I"-���������Ira..  SMITH,  'CwikUio..  2  ..._,_������_������~_._


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