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 OCT 18 1904
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Voi„ I—No '>'>.
YAlll;. H. C, SATU1UJAY. OCTOBEli  13, 1904.
I'm. is Five 'Jbnts.
1-14    1
LOCAL ITEMS
Fire Insurance,
Boin—On P
ifo of  Krie   lie
ritfay morning  to   the
in. at Yniir, :i sou.
for the benefit of tbe local merchants and other- carrying lire instil'
nnee, we pnbli-h the fullowinit returns
niNlNG NEWS:
'\(,,-eI   to  I, '     I.,      .-tlll'ouiic.
Ymir Rifle Brigade.
The lir*..     pi'iiclic.'s    of    1 |,o    Vuiii
Auriferous (travel Beds.
I'I,-i.-it Mining (Ipcrutums mi
■ i   !\ ill,,,.
living the   hmim
lI   state   ut   t h<
Mrs. A.    13.    Buckwortb    left   for  companies whiuh.do business   in   this
;lt   leiisl  I a o nilj
next week's in.su
deal*
ill ■ As
t'k, and    .
i:,:i":'  "''"'  l"'1'      tlie Banks of the Colmn-
rlv    showed    tin
.h,
Hamilton, Ontario,   on     Wednesday  town:
st.
ibiliti
As
shots, (, f i ourse all were uinrc or  Ies-
At tho Yankee Girl    the   shaft   is  nut of  practice, but afli
W down 35 feet.
the   showing shooting, records  wei
tew   days
. le    which
JbMl
week.
le-srs. John    MeLeod   and  .lames
I from the   co ist    la st
Anglo American $310,410    $25!),083   is still improving with depth
I lii.oio       120,039
CI
i. rcurne.l troin tin-
lltinil.
(ion Mntu
Ottawa
Kenneth j Canadian Imp
Burnet, prpvinb'al land surveyors, are: Mercant
F-Jl
201,010
11.1,1 10
,9S I
,1570 ;
;.L'I*
Mr Bruce White
Star mine made an
tin- Centre Star iniu
th
are    very     crc.litab.c   indeed. A-
lliere was sum • uncertainty as to   the
latum   ot
I    le
rules g i.\erning the sl, i.ittti'.*, as   n
sed
by oil
ier siiniiiii- associations n
Here, ,.«in-ii   in
nu 1-h'uo ct id, tin*- \\
ed 'on a survey of a   portion    of      These figures give the condition   of      J.-J,  Budd is doing a lot  of
Cent
re Star   group,
pm
nn   Jubilee | the companies
bis eli,
on    C
•a,-water   crn
A carload of p.
'Wiler was lianleil up
led
the Y
mir mine  this    week.      Thi
should he sullicient to keep tl
going for   a   long   whit
present reduced staff.
ep the    mine
ile.    with    the
At the Toronto lire .,f "JOth April Last week he packed up a winters
I'JO-l, the losses sustained by llie \ai* supply, weighing •'. in,-, along lie
ions companies were a
Anglo American
folio
trail from  Hull creek
iiniy,    u   nieeliiiu
if    tin
I   Knot*
exoeutiv,
wus held oil Wednesday, and Secretary Buckwortb was instructed t.
ascertain the methods adopted by the
Nelson Association, so that in tin
event of a competition, both   biieade*
Enuit
pnty
111 artist ,n tar
was the   ecu
admiration  on   Frida
Ire   of
Iu
last,   us   lu
Ottaw
id
Mulna I
inn.I,an 1'ire
Mercantile
$-2(i-2,(io3
sc.o.. I ;
I2i>,580
l).'l,321
lU-'l,li00!
,0,20*1
A Hhortiige  of
w iter   cm*
id   th,
mid b,
In tie
i.d tooting.
which   are   appen
closing down of the Second Belief
mine this week, hut 'lie reins at the
Inticr end ot the week remieded '.his
e\il and work has been resumed,
n    per   round
hereto the score i- laki
for the 200-yard range, as each round
consisted of seven shots, or a possible
total of 35 (seven bulleyes). For lb.
500 yard range the average  is   taken
hoisted, himself aloft on the tall
chimney stacks of the Porto Bico
n,ill, which he decor.lted in  black.
I ini ing the present  summer   there
smeller returns
id   by   tin
pet- s
hot, as I
ic rounds were    not   ah
In The Upper Country.  L\
Arlington mine, during tlio month   of ways of the same   number   of   shots.
ugllst auiotl,lied to $4,2.1(5 Il7.     The | The possible total is live per shot,
Jollll MeLeod who has jiisl   return-
1 expenses for the mouth including   de
1 avc been extensive foregtitherings of od from a trip through   the   northern
velopineiit  amounted   t<
,287.02.
200-V 111,. IIANOE,
Bounds. To'l Si
Aver.
.-I'I Ymirites at tl
John MeLeod, Phil   W
e   coast,   including part of B, C,   gives   an   interesting   ,,
During lho month 13-|   feet   of   de- Hos
ol'*.    e*|
en-cer account of the country,    lie went   in '
pllU'lll  wo,
k was do
(lie
s inderson, A. Hoyt, I
s. DesBrisay, F. O. II
McBobcrts, I from Bella t'oola, a few   mile
th !      An ii
nportant   strike   is   r
•por;i.,|
ibald
izen ami ,I nines , o
of Fort Ussinston.
mi    the   from Ihe Ymir mine, the   find    boing
(round a few days in advance of  tin-  made in the hanging wall on the   N,
(leu ends Hospital would   seem    to
be remarkably hard things to manage.
The Kootenay I*ul<e Hospital, at Nelson, i*. again iii ft state of upheaval,
consequent upon a series of charges
which are being brought against the
stall.    '
r
irty of Grand Trunk   Pacific   dire.
1   level       Aho.lt.     live      feet     of    high
t-ns, who wen-looking for a   teimimil grade ore has   been   uncovered,   he-
Mr. McLod said that if  the sides a large
body
nl    nulling   ore
directors havo reached any decision it I Tho high  grade   ore   is   now   being
is known only to themselves, although : sacked up for shipment    in   a   crude
lho settlers havo their own   ideas us ' state.
to   where   the   terminus    will     In
rl
urkes     inlet      ts      lively      nirn-
Vv'ord has been  received    in    to'
Mich Tait made the record shot   al   tioned as a favorable spot
that
to   1
e   resumed   00     the
the ritle butts on Friday lost, He
scored four nnd one dog 0111 of ll
| iblo    five.        The    (Inez
|..ivies terrier "Tuff," nnd was   sni
Ing at the back of the  bull-
Mi-;, landed It good  shot,
\ ,!.
ice ol appi
,1   has   I
Speaking of the condition    in    thill
,-tion     Mi. MeLeod says that ncit
Jed : the co ist, the   ground   is   soniowh at
|]_l rocky and not very suitable for ranchers.    Tic limber is scrubby   und   the
climate js very dump-    A prairie   30
miles in fiom the COUSt is a little bet-
Foghorn mine   vt itli   a   full   fi
men noon
t the l/'th inst.    According
to tlie report    ihe   Work   lui
.1   out   is
omprehonsivo and  will  rapidly
M Campbell    I
Buckwortb       I
Keefe
Young I
Newitt 3
J  Campbell I
Winslow I
F. Mel tl I
Coffey 2
0. Boyer ll
I Ill-he-,
III
I 10
190
10
10
23.3
21.1
19.0
vol,,], the   n,inc.
Sinking   fiom  the Se
surface and raising and drifting from !
the lower works are to   be   conducted ;
.si i inn uaxiih.
icon  entered
hv   th"   Active   Cold   M
ter.
About 120 miles   inland   fn
simultaneously.
nun''   (■
lellu Cooln, however, there isusplen-        Al  the local recording olliee
bill   J   Campbell
against the decision recently rendered
|iesltn«ny Jobbing C
Ac
PC
,d priiirio country, with line   timber of sale from Tom   Kennedy   to   -I.
ck
d Mining < '•>.. and Wm.   Kirkp.it*      ,,,,
1        ■ -ett le
ntd a first rate climate, A num,ber of Campbell   on   the   Great    Western
fluid Mi
Co.   Tl
ure   taking   up    I
and   there, claim,   wus   recorded,   consideration
I).   Keefe
P e
Alexandc
!i| peals  will   be   tiied   at    Vane-uivei
imopusl whom is Fred ".   liussen.   an   notnilia
I.     T.
.iVlllgSton lecorilcl the
Ni
veinber  r-'th
, old Yiuirite, w In, intends   to   stay   in   location    of    the   Spurge,n     mineral
that section all win tor   hunting   und  claim.    Robert Elliott  recorded  the
dl Tu
,1: was in to-.vti on I Inn *
trapping.
This
inti'y   i-   in  the   location of the Germ claim, ten   mile
Muted  that
id I u    in- ' "asm
f the Skecna  riser, ulld is most    lip Willi   Horse Cl'COk,   ,1 I'.'locit! in),    of
led I., pi,.,- I with Ihe    -ale    of   easily reached from
tin
-t jt  Bella  the Mammoth claim
I   '•
propel'h   of   Hie   Active   Gold eoola     An Indian guide an
die
ll.ll'
Kg ( i, ,   i- the notice    ,,|    uppe
e C.I-.C of  l>' sl',1 i, IV      VS.      Ail
Milling ' '•• . bad    lint     been    l'l
I   within   llie   , ossarv   time, I -''"'   ."■"'■■
be irot ill thu   latter   pla
Will'dow
Buyer
, I (lleii/el*
Archibald
M   Campbell
Nowltt
ll    MeLeod
'J I
Aver,
1.45
1.50
1,30
1.50
1.33
,00
i.pi Ltiver.
Placer mining operations that   111.1)
late this branch   of   the
.Vlilol V sl iniui.'l
industry base been undertaken by t'-
II. Craven, ,,•' Hossland, on the west
lank of the Columbia river. Craven
has a hundred-ton plant now in active
operation, and the results have-dt:>
iii<ir,-lrat-:.l that he b i- un oxcelleu!
'or sum" days past,   th.'
proposition.
plant bus be.-n working.
Mr, Craven has taken up a place
location on the west sidu if the Columbia about  two    miles    down    tie
ivcr   from     Waterloo.
iluieing is   pumped   fn
Water   fn,
ni   the  river,
in.I the same power runs the anialgtt-
nating pla
F
tes.    A small steam endue
u use at the Spit/.ee   mine    prior
be installation of the   present    l'l
iressor pla
nl has I,
it   Mr.    Cr
ell   set   up.
id
iveu    ride's    ou    ll
(hues to secure all the gold, but  Int.
lilies w ill
laced    in    the   sill
boxes and other plant put    iu,   possibly including an nirastrn.
Careful sampling of the gravel, together with ihe results secured In
lute, justify the   estimate   that   th
:t a\ ci a vet
nges forty cents per    yi
Mr. Craven is handling the   material
it  15    rents   ii   yard   under   existing
•ircuinstiinccs, and thereby secures   ..
intulKonic j
Cuflt,     His   plans   are   I
substantially increase the scope ,,f hi-
.iperalions later, iu which event the
;„-,- yard eosts will be whittled down
materially, The gravel bed is some
ih.i iv f.-et in depth, affording dirt fu
many months' work on a  largo   scale
Tl letliod of operating   the   pp
pert) is   sim|
against the face of    li
le.      Water  is
I    b.
iravei    ..•'.
th-   boxes   being   krpt
aguinst the gr„
vol.   This   brings  tl.
material steadily down Ihe sluicO an i
over the plat,--,   where   the   gold   .
innnlgainii
are iu line or ll nir
success
ted,      Mil, I, of    the   value
ell-
has attended   the   efforts   t
the precious   metal    up    to    lie
present tune
rlak
Mr.   (
raven   regan
is undertaking as practically an   as
sine.1 sllece-
,*,       f|U  II
Many years   ago   argnnnu
Calif..rni.i worked    up   tie-   (arlumbi -
M0  for  lie    I!
The Conservative Can-  ;s,,|>
ll-V
Mr   Mi I. I ha- himself taken    up
if   I.imi   ui   Pemberlon,
dictate.
Hugh,
Coffey
In
Id
I.",
in
and ti ibutary strcinns,
constructed   hv   thesi
an i lie- ditch1
pioll
,-,   I ■,        I'll    l
he found close lo llu- poilll   •• In
Mr. Craven is operati
ric   tit
l  hid crude appl
placer miner in
Iv: they wore compelled to  get   dm
without steam and th.- moilei u   am
.ii,-,   ludgineul     had   been   handeil  which   lies nlioul  'i'i   miles   it.
from TIlO Governor Hlir<l at   Work      From these scores ll   appears   that gamnting plates, so thai only   excep
ipiainisb and I ■_'*. miles northeast  of
V;
It
lb   of
1'iirv    s nuclei-,,    ui
V,
1.,*! week,   ii'inoves  ono   of
priori!' »i
th  II
s    a    Ilia-    pi
bunches  of  liiubi
ol
am I in tho lies! ol' Spirit!
Iluiics iii Win.
purl)   pioni'Prs  of   British   Columbia1
from tin-   „e|,e of hi-, lifes »,,ik.      lie
m.-is inti rested in   many enterpi ises,
tl.ii'.lv at the const, add   was   greatly  the force al lho Ymh   milio if
m ('
II.   Mackintosh,   Con
Peonc, Alosaiidet and Hughes nro I tionillly rich gravel c.iuld be handled
ilu-best, at the ^00-yard rune- (oil1-* Modern hloiw and appliances i.-.-1
hand shooting) und Coffey and   Peine I sub-t mti-illy altered th— Ilditioi ■•
ittelltiUll  i- 'life T.-d   .,,   I
the  500yard   range   (rest   shoot* mid irh.
We I,eiil'  on  good  authority  that
' likely
' seiMitiie   candidate   for    Kootenay,
bus bt'en quietly   spending   tin-   Hist
! couple of days   ill    Itotelstokfc    dolflg
ing)
i I..   e    .    i        i ii , noo. campaign work
i -.jieied hv all who knew him.    II.-   to he materially Increased very shoit-
■ ni Sidney Haifndoi's is well known In   iy
epolits    of      the      ,
Hotel Arrivals.
, t'.r ,11:
til ISC
di thu work of Mr (.
niieu   ale
foil.
iv   lu-i   example,    , . I
M(:LkoU    Hotki.:— Chs, Joliston, Iftul'ifori.tli gi'avel beds of   thai   rivet
Accompanied   bv  Tl, as  Taylor, j Sp,,k„ne: M.   F.   t-onal , Spokane;Lin bo n)lw|c w yioU1 fuI.Utl)0,
M   P. P,, Mr,   M.tckint.tsh   left   for   D, W. MeTavish, Nelsoiij ll.   Bed,
> mir, whioh lias been his   heft'h|Ual'«      We would suggest   thai   no*   is u   Arrowhead Wodncmlny and later will  E|.ic, Allf).    •n-jCtfriniek, Leadville;
te,-. for some time | u*l. gondii  fill    'he   oi-janir.eli   of   the   ^ [mo   ,|„.   Laple.iu-Slociin   eo'intiv   .1.    Nichol"     liriej   J. Campbell,
11,-s Li//i.'KI:,',.,,, let, f„, Sp„k-!""l I gy»»'«Hh.. elul. to   -di   aL,a CcmwpHx, raaclihiff Mnl« m   Fog Hon. mine, M, Campbell, S,i ; folUrwhl      ...
|lllwjliy   ,,„,,    to   lake   n I'•••*-*•■'*■<'*•'<•   ■^"t   ""'   llli"-<  »tlv,'tcd'   M.-ek. IT. II.Hcwili.C ago)  C.   S     llan.l  ltt|.ln,    ^(,.m|.   ,„.,:,..,    mMW   ,
OtheywiHo it will he well on into   t ,,,. u     ,,„ulid,-tt- is In 'he best of s""' s"""l,': ch"*  A    ««*i'(-'''i   ^*1'  One stroke (pause) iii     l.i  kesfpuu .-
I ,ie -In, i' Colfe) I,".    | •• pare ,
winter before an*thing  -an  ho fixed  |„,,itii .•.,,,1 sjuiit-, ami  full   of   fight. mo'
l'i-s   I In, s.,:—.'I     W. Nicholson,   handle   lho  Iiiisq  wlu ,  di)
tin 11    : folios, iiioafi   " c "1 for help '
handle     lho   h    will
reeling il up al   t ti '
a [>, mi
i- "ir-e of   singing   less, lis,      I'll Ier
Mrs, Young's tuitloti   -be   has   pro"
:. ..,,-,1 losu-h ui o\'eii( a*,   io   givo "'' llu (Jtiolurcs tlmt his pnfty will   carry
I'i ■ creiiici    promise,      A   farowoll The scores of the  title  club  given the country next month and later  lid j Ei-iej O. Moffat, hnei
mclal was held   in   tho   Pi'eibylerlai this pago are  calculi I  down   p. hopes to will pfcl ally in  Kootenay.
church on Tuesday evening,   nnd   oil Thursduy nighl  y,    Tho ainu i* Asked if he had   been   as successful   Arthur'Salmoj Hairy   Isnor,  Su  CHUBClI Nli'lTCK
W, Ine-day    nighi     Ier    niiuierou-  I ••.   ti"-   Brigade   was    nhipped limiticially recently its   reported/   ilu-  0   Peonc, Brie* J, Bt'einner, Krie; M    Pci.tm i-ui .-,-  Cn t    M o i n i n
friends gKVUii farowoll ilan..'.,   a.    the from Ottawa on tho *tth October, nnd "governor"  uly laughed und   mado Kelly,   Granbroek) (1.     II.    Cow.,     Servici
Minors' Union Ilall,    The d.ince was has  no.   yel   arfived.     The  box   -i no positive statement ono wuy or   the  Sahfio; Kd. Holfift, Huinio
Co-ccoi rrvv    lltrrm,:     lil.    M-
lv,--',:.i"  ■■'!   ':-.','■ i
ph -' S,,,i, l\  I-,, -:     ,-,  I-1 id,iy   eyrli
Ivi'll .it,-iide I and a   very   cijoytibh,   1100 which was b wed from   Sel    ''her.    "leu will hear from mo   lal*      Wsimonr Hon b     A. V.   lo|ipuu-'  ,,,.-,,,,,„;       Ml nro wel •„   ■     I
mug "■..- -j •■..'
in. ha- lien
rly nil been ihul oil,
• ■'     •• ,s his pin ting i'i in nl;.
Fa It',
If. Young, M   A.  Pastor,
-*sj me
VMiR
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m
ATKINSON & CO.
Drugs,   Stationery,   Jtxvelry,    Spectacle   wear.
FOB     THAT    COLO—USE    SOME    OF    I 11K
Literal - Conservative Candl- ment, so also is   that   government   a
dales for Parliament. mnvaiit "f I pie. »■"• « '"'■"  «"-
For Kootenay District,
v.-int sees   another,   and    possibly   a
superior, to be   guilty   of   neglecting
CI I.MILLS   II    MACKINTOSH,     |,i.s masters interests, is he   to   he   a
Of   Bossland.
|-',,i   Yale-Cariboo   District,
MA It'll N   BUBR1LL,
Of  Claud   Forks.
New   Westmiii.s'i T Distl iet,
.!.   I).   TAYLOU,
Of New Westminster,
For  Vancouver,
B. B, kllis
For  Victoria,
COLONEL L G. P1UOH,
(Us
n\
n\
ifs
AS
A\
4\     Cough Dr
ft\     hallanl;
FOLLOWINC   ALL Ai: 1:   cool.
ixative I
roino   '.Inn.llie;       Stewarts
Cold    (.'i
Lax--Q
111111,1'     (. lire. ( '
i:
inns    lironeiiial     1 r.
I2YRIE BROS.
"DIAMOHD I1AI.L"
uti—Kroak;    I', lb Improved    Bronchial    Lo/.e„|
ffeys Throat  l'.istiles.
ts\.
•OaS l& -£ £1- 4T- ■& *£i £L ^ &. &. -£■ *£ ■ -*£: -^ •«£• ^ *Zl ■*!■ 4Ll *«2: -""• <"■ •£■•-.£•>•
V '5*4 ***•»■ -**-..• ••»«.■ >«>.• "•*«*• **•*.- Ni- *^»- "*w ^- *•<•.• >k* -s.* -*w* s-a.- **,* -^.- >^- -*»-.^.*^*-**».
Me,,,i,,,| \y
Head     In* \f?
Lozenges; fy
res;      Cod- •).)/
PERCY J. GLEAZER
Mining Agent
Stocks and Shares
party ,hereto, or is i! his duty to himself lake >.|i |,s to .safeguard those
i ut ii. stsl Surely, the latter. And
this Lord Dundonald did, co told
the people of Canada, le »• their interests were being overlooked by a
time -ei '• ing ban i uf politicians. By
il he has e.u in d tbe esteem ol the
people, and although, in deference to
lb., e who now hold I he reins of power   here,   the   British    Qovevninent        ..     .
on Monday the ,in, day of  November
withdrew him, it was    quickly   made    vU   |t)0|. ot Ihe hour of 2 o'clock   In
&—£5S3E ....
YMIR ELK   10RAL DISTRICT.
The Liberals arc mailing' the   hi at
I evidence   of   disap)
.   .        i,-i,   pai t of ihul Government,   for   to-du
bellur     -llo\, ,1, ,! : 1
Notice i- hereby  given  Hint   I  shall
Monday ihe '. th, day of  Novemhui
D   IBO-I. at th,-hour of ■> o'clock   ll
clear ih.it his withdrawn! was not   un   the afternoon, al the Forresleis II,ill  i
■   -„ I evidence   of   disapprobation   on   the
,t their short-lived power,  and   their i '
Vuiii. hold   u   < i ur,   ol    Revision  of
Register, l V, I, ,'s to be  pi, pared   by
i olitieul literature is   being  shovelled i,  -    nie under the provisions of the   "Pro-
out by   the   post  olliee  all   over   t|.e  ho holds a fur more important and le-   vhicial Eh ctious Act." 190*1.
.,                        ,                  sponsible position, and ono where   ho      l^uuil at Ymir-Supt. 1st, 1901.
countrv, without payment ot  postage,    ' ' 	
i.ii -, l .  , I.   A , K, ,N -t is, ,
, ,       ,   .,   . ■ ,       ,  ,   ,      •-.inn a he li'-d down In   ilenco.    in   a
iiHhough thai is contrary   to   statute. Registrar of Voters.
,,,,,., ,| ,,    vain eflorl to preset vo the good  name
But then thill is only a    small   grail, '
,,.,,,     ,. , -       of a corrupt pari v
for hitch skilled nrtizans   at   ice. bine
I olitici as live in (Intai io.    The  poor
Conservative candidates have   to   die
up postjge.
r*crj*-i' -c^vltuyi Cii^k-l
The sl rongliold of the Liberal | ai ty
:;, ..' mada i- admil l. liy   in   Queht c.
SMOKE
Tin-re i-, , on,id, ruble dissatisfaction [
in low n til tho way lho mineral exhibit from Ymir lo tlie Spokane 1 n-
teistate Fair « as ban lied I Ids year,
ll appeal's that aftei being put in
place  it "as left lo lake euro of itself,
' ;  lei
ssible
li must   nol    I-.-   su| posed   however
,     Till:   REST   I1RANI) nl'  DOMEST1
that b. cause Quebec «. m e, -in ngly
Liberal al the lasi i lection, that   thai
mi i v greatly out weighs  the   ('otisei
:iGAI-iS.
vativc faction iu thai  proi nice.
The  Kootenay   Standard
matter of fact,   the   result   of   the
UAMTA.T.  lll.l.   HV
I lu.i)   election   does   not    accutately    , j-   ^      rr,   ,.      C3   7
.   J.   C.   Ihelm  & Co.
'represent popular feeling.      Although   — "
consequently auv | ossliilo   lines- ,      ,■   ,1
1        -    . the Conservatives came   out    ot   tin
tors who iniglil have bi en attracted
by the Ine, its of the display, wort
i nable to gain any reliable   inform,!-
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Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York.
Maryland Casualty Company.
London Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
Ottawa Lure Insurance Company.
FIRST AVENUE,
m
VMIR, B. (*.
JOB   PRINTING
OF
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AT THE
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YMIR CLOTHING
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Furnishings   Store
s
Nelson, li, ('.
,- ,iit, si   «lib   only   seven   members,
1I1. _v polled nearly 100,000 votes,    It
• •.--.j MMWMiHM^nMH
w„s the. .small ad verso majority in   bo   COSITtODOlitail
""" «"«*'•■■■•■« tlm Pi'operttes   '"I"" '„ ;:1 ,,i:„;i;,.s lli:ll ,;„, tli„   buKiliesH. V
Muited.    The display itself was an ex    _„     . . ,, Hotel
1 The figures   show   that    there   is   a   Iiuivi    .    •     »      •
[•client a,ivcitis,'iiu-i..    for  the camp, ,, r ,.   I     ,,   ,
stronj!   Lons^Kjltive    toreo   ill     llie     (Under entirely new management.)
bill its UNt'fnlness w 11. nultei ially !
damaged by being thos neglected.
11 Mr. Iluckwoi th « ho v .0, noiiiin-
nil) in charge, hail represented bis in-
iibilii c t,, I,,- there all the timej ol hi r
mid more iidi ijuntu a.-ran-. inenU
1 ,,ulil hive hi en made,
piOl iliee,   lllld^^vill   Pi1!,
ti) have 1, assort itself.
little
Dining Room and Bar
supplied wH- the best
in ilic market.
If we in lit •   I 1    some  of   llie
lit  1 at 11 re « ii. I   it   n in    being   ties
•-•miiiincil broadcast by   llie   Liberals
(| .. luge unpaid I, lho   fltel    that    ihe
Liberal Goyernitiont has been in pow  I which wefe bolow   250      The  ..-tilt;
er. during tho lasi few y -, is alone t|mt wttH BU|,*jiVed was eflcctod by   n
li.e!' l-otly may not Itnow it. but it
ii a i ii t hal in lho 1 ist general election Govei nnicnl    (niididati b  curi'ii .1
I.-,. lituenees by majorities of  l,,-!-'^"    oppositO   depot,   Vtttii
ibun  Int.,   eight   by   u    than    100 :
bul less than IDO.flyoby. c   than J°HM   BUBAU,  Prop.
I.,,, but less limn 200, nnd seven   by '
li is than 2.10,    IL p- lira   35   comtl '' ~
iiieiu-es nut uf the ,"''; which lho Gov-
criiuicni    carried, ihe   majorities   in
The only roliitble and up-to-date Men's Outfitters
in ymir. Our goods are tho bcsl quality, and we
do not propose to be undersold.   :::::::
A full line of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
CALL AND INSPECT OUR BA11GACNS
N E WI TT & COM PA N Y
D McARTHUR  & COS
ITI.XNTh'r',    EMPORIUM
p -|,oiisible for the .-ia of prosperity
which has reigned in tlib Dominion
I n recognition of the sanctity and
purity of this government, (overlooking the lloss all'aii in Ontario) Clod
has granted bountiful Inn vests, has
lilliil the ground wilh precious minor:
uis, un.I bus inspired the populace
« il h llie energy and sltill to 'r, lip  the
tremendous appeal lo radical sentiment,
hi* '..-ry evident therefore that  n
very slight deorease in tho popularity
of the Liberal  party, or u   very    little
weakening of tho appeal to radical
sentiment, may glx,utly change the
result, And one important event,
namely tho defection of   Israel Tarto
-A-y. I Sterling
\jf Silver
i., *
hdvantitgo of th '•• ;.<.' ■■■ According U.om t|iu j^heral ranks, is of itself,
t,, these pamphlets (wilh tlm postageL,oUj.|, ,,, |I]|M.. y,,,,,,, i|„. downfall of
hnpaid) all of theso things haVo been *.|m* p,lrt,y j„ Quebec. Tho ehnngilig
iidpcd unto ns, through the mediation Lf ,,q 0,„ ,,,- *|„. .-;-, u,,,i; |,j|„.la|
ol Ihe beniflecnt Laurier Government,  .,,,Kw,||  .,,,.,„   evuii   Lreak, and
■   i] ti-,, C nisi i■•. ii ii" it ivernmonl
I (,-n ii, power, il ,vould   have
. , nn i-nilo olhei wise;     I.   i-   it    pi <\
with Quebec breaking ei un, thu i e«
turn of the ' 'oiiservativo pat ty to po« •
--I- i-s asiuredi I
Ploiu  ft  cctTcr
S|»*,i)li lo n ttimis-
mil il,,:tiir pre-
erntiilieii *H.
Ikury Dlrkt Jl
Fi us'     fntililir.
forttiaklhg solid
Hive, wsre in.-
poMeued l.y no
oilier conctrn In
Canads.
cLAntTjuo. Artlitledettgn-
era, 111,,'trru mnclilnery, r.n.l ikllled lisad-
worker*, sit under the ,!'e-.-,l «,,i-rrvlslou of
;. ... ; bienilierl ,-f the (Inn, nniLr nn in.
rqttutled ,-niiil'i,eniuu fur tdltllng out flns
wrorSt.
Write for lllustrsled cflUtosut,
<,..^
HOUSEHOLD   NEGESSITHiS
TlMi i- lho tline of lho vein- m;ii you- piok of the many BOlael pi ■
liiiiiiture.    luui Beds, Linoleums, Hugs, Carpets anil Hammocks,
BOLE   AGENT8    FOH   THE    MASON-HISCH    PIANO
D. HcARTHUR & CO
Furniture Dealers and   Funeral Director*
NELSON. B.C.
j N.H.— Wo are sole agents for lho Marshall Sanitary Mattress uin!  the t;
Se, lioiiai Hook ('u.-e am) I'lh t,
DBflftflTMl NT! I
Jrv. clry,
Sterling SllVtr,
Silver Piste,
WtUhes, etc.
Henry BirksS Sons
Bini'.o' DUtiDino
MONTREAl
Jew. !,,. li, Hi. I -, . IfDiy
,1,. I n.UI Mn.lo
A. MACDONALD & Co,
WHOLESALE MERCHANTS.
I >.',-iin-.-, iii St■• ij>I<* and l'','tiicv Grocci'luH,   Miner'-.  -Suiiili'iif'H
BlaiikctH, iSoeks, MittHi LtIovch,   K'nl.!..•.•.-.   I'lnln-
w.mi',     ' )\.'i',il!-.     I'nttMil      Al.'.li.ini's,
stiii ionoiy,
NELSON 13. 6. HOX 1095,
V.
. w   m
nisi iinio-iii.. now in u-e   »i
show
Electric Ore  Finders.       deposits, exist.    In such ar„as it   will
  I be very eenuinelv useful.       He   ppuld
So many alleged ore   finders   have not undertake to say whether it would
been placed before the mining   public Le t.,]Uai|y effective   in  gold   mining,
*hal   is naturally inclined    to    be I ,„ ]„, |la,| „„,   |,.„|   .„.,„.,]   t.>*j,.-,*;,.,,...
sceptical as to new (jevices that   cnmejon „,,|,| n,,;,; . |,„, |10 Wlw   uppui-enlly
forward from timp to lime. |incliped, having mastered, the   pnnci-
rhe Daft & Williams liniler, bow . pic „f the apparatus, to ticeet t the in-
t'ver, commends somo |'j3sppct in view centers'statement that tho inn-roved
of tbe fact that such a distinguished
authority on electricity u.s Prof Ryl-
vanus Thompson vouches for ibeI ,.ii',.,.,u,s formations. In explaining
principles. At a recent meeting held the scientific basis of operation he
iu Lon,Ion u Mr. VV, P. J. Fawcus ,-einiiided bis hearers thai electricity
describes the ,.'suits obtained with dues rot travel solely by the path of
the apparatus on Ins property in Cum i,.,.M resistance, but by every possible
behind. Not only had the inventors ,,lt),. '|'hl. ,„,.„„■;„. ,'„' ,„■,, j„ i,,s ,iis-
mapped out veins of ore which were totted the electrical field, even when
known to exist in a certain iircu, but., ,h(,y wm, (|f (l ,,,,,,,C(,,,,Iu,.t;„._, c|mi*ttC.
Mr. Williams, in tracking a lode of | Ur> -.^i, as qUill.tz ,,,,,f rt w.
lead ..re from the outcrop, discovered j(|lliu, ..(,..UjMj slli,| Professor Thomp.
two unknown veins, which, he identi- gor)i t|lllt whcn thel.e „*,,,,, w,,|| ,],-
fied as copper ore, and, it was subse-* |*met> ••„*,,. of or6 nnt]ei, „*,,„,„> th'cv
i|uenily found lhatthe.se    veins   were lid |)(, |0Ca|jMt* |,v    mDttng   ,lf   ,|,.a
trcatn.eiit,   what   do   the   people  of
Clark's   Furniture   Store'        YMIR BAKERY
recorded in old maps, but had been
totally forgotten. Mr. Fawcus also
described the upshot of a sweepstakes
apparatus   Put into popular language
the process is to set up  an   electrode
it, the area it is desired to investigate
depending upon tin, localization   of  a  _,m 0,(.,.. ,,„,,. bej|)g ||ilM,,,v .. r„jinll,|
water pipe, which   was uccoinplislied stllke cpnpected by a wire to   a   but-
by several explorers tp a   fraction  of tery—and to sond through it an inter-
1111 men. rupted current, which is caught l.y an
Commenting 00 this the Australian . othel, e|ect,.0de set U| ..r   al    ban.I.
Mining Standard say?; Having re- ;tho .SUUMtl it. ,..1)I1VI.VS t„ tho operattjr,
gard to the advances already made, be w,|0 is |i8teniDg f01, it with ., tulephono
would be cither a very bold or a very wi,|, .ul (1;l,.t|, 0<,,,Mt.L.,,,,,,, being mod-
foolish man whp would place a limit ifled by thji contact of the current
to the industrial possibilities of ap- „,-*.,, a IT,etalliferoUs formation.
plied electrical science. There is, Wnnting this contact the sound pre-
however, a natural hesitancy inherent s(,|.,r. R ,.„;,'„.,„ ,,!,,,,,, |nll. wit|. t|lfl
in the conservatism of the British C011t,tct |b i3 intensified The busi-
charactet* to accept at first present,,- nes8 j8 then lo trace it till the point
I,,,,, nil that it is asked to believe, and a8 w|lich it renders its greatest or
this is increased by the knowledge *oudo8t intensity is determined, and
that eyery new scientific advance is there to bore for the lode or deposit,
eagerly seized upon »s a stalking Th(, lllt,.M „owg , , hand| ,„„,,.,. ,,„,,.
horso by those who prey upon H'*' „,• ,1,,, iSl|, „|t., records the success-
general credulity. The attitude of ,*„, rediscovery l.y employing this
the thoughtful ini.n regarding now !)C089 o{ ft coppol. |odo ;l( Cmmton
departures of sensational    charscter peil8, Lancnshiro, the   run  of  which
has therefore been that   of  QUO   who
had been lost for forty    years.       Hut
wants more information, and pending im*epem]ent of thisthu great fact  ,,-
,farther enlightenment docides to   re mftjn* ,|iU ,,,.„,.,,„„„.  T|lompson   \m
serve judgement.    This has undoubt- Vnl|(.||(„| ,*„. ,,„. m,,1|ui| ,)y   *,,,;,-,;„,,
edly been the attitude of mini,,.;,'   men t(j |u 80unt) „.;,.„„■.,. |,,<K    M,   .,,„,
Will, respect to the electric ore finding ^^ ,,,„ (,X| „lls m[m |lav|J   ,,,.,.,,   ,.„
device introduced to the English pub* , (w |h.a ^^   -^
lie by Messrs. Daft &  Williams.       At   „,,,,,„;,„„ ,„  Vi,.t„na their work  will
first it seemed strongly suggestive' of        •     ,,     ,       ,, .,-     ,,i„
•*■* -      n' receive the close attention  one   to   a
hazel trig water divining, in which so ,   ,    ,    .,. ,        ,       ,   ,,
= °' new but   legitimate   branch   ot   the
many very firmly  believe, but  which:       , •   ,   ,   .
; great mining industry,
has no scientific    basis        Australian: "
Inining men wore, however, wero more ,
seriously i 'eased  when it   was The Conservative Leader
known that Mr. Ernest Lidgoy,   then       Addresses 1:11 LIlUAias
in England, had studied the Daft-
Williams process closely and was so
satisfied with   its   genuine character
tic   Meeting    at
Toronto.
,„>.I possibilities us to lake it    Up   for |    A  POWERFUL ARGUMENT,
employment   in    western     Australia.
Mr. Lidgey is   d   man   of   scientific
training, with a wide ranee of practi-
()ne of lho must enthusiastic politi-
lial meetings over   hold   in   Canada,
ci.l experience in raining work,      l!:s  wus that which gathered  logethci    in
record as a former officer of the Vic- Toronto lost week to hear Mr. II.   L
t   11 in mines ill purl incut an
id   llorden, the leader of   tho   Conscrva-
expert geologist is well known, mid it
v. a- fell that, the tec introduction for
w hid, he stood Australian --i1", sor
had solid claims upon serious consul
oration Prof, Sylvanus Thompson
i- ono of the lending authorities on
electrical science in England, and the
:  io -ii ■ I.,- cxpro I on the  oi untune
. tho dcmonstral ion recently given
ai the SVostminster Palace hotel wero
those has,..| upon .-. series of  practical
tests wllii h he    had    carried    OUI     ill
Cumberland but a tow wooks before
I le admitted that he had entered up*
i those as an unbeliever, but OS    the
■ • ipIr of his experici s bocamn convinced that tl l.-etii'il   ore   I'm I u-
-.ill be of great lain- iu tracking
partly worked lodes, and in the   case
live p ni v in Canada. Massoy Hall
Has packed to overflowing, an.I
the powerful address of the speaker
was listened to with the greatest attention, tho conclusion reached by
tho audience being that in Mr, Borden, tho Conservative party had
found a worthy succomoi to sir John
A. Macdunald, and a powerful chump
um of the old "National policy.''
In th .,ii-i'   of    his    sp-ccli    Mr.
Borden definitely laid out his policy
of government ownership of railways,
lie quoted from Sir Charles Rivers
Wilson, President of the (.ran.I Trunk
railway to prove that the only liability of the Grand Trunk Co. in the construction of the Pacific line was Sl l,-
000,000, or one-lon th of the total cost
if a large nu mber of metals   will   ,-.• I of construction,
suit in an enormous   sivim;   of   the i    "It bus bee,  contended   that   the
Canada get? The Government j-cts
no control of rates, other than the
general laws of the country provide,
There is no stipulation that the company .-Iu 11 keep the trade in line
country. The Qrancj Trunk Com
puny "ill be just as free tu carry
goods to the L'nitcd Stales ns , -.. r.
I ii.-.t as freely as, they have dona ii;
the past."
"If the country was a partner and
the people paid nine-tenths ,.*' the
cost of tbo Grand Trunk Pacific,
what ul oul the divis on of profits!
Tin re are $25,000,00!) of common
stock to be given to the Grand Trun<
on which dividends are to hu paid.
The people get not one ,lobar of tin-;
It is to be quietly put to one .side,
und nothing whatever would be heapl
of it."
oiiasd tihjmk'b nici bvd.
"Coming to the better portion of
the proposed p.a.l, where it punt)
through the Canadian North-West,
where every arre is fertile and iinini-
gratiou is rushing in, where the pro
position is vavlly more favorable than
that given to tlie Canadian Pacific
railway, which lust year paid $15,
000,000 in dividends, what are the
conditions qf tho deal? \Yo find that
while the CV,Indian people help to
build the I'Oud, il is the Qrank Trunk
Pacific which will control it, and any
profit which may he derived from the
road in the future becomes absolutely
and wholly the property of tho Grand
Trunk Pacific, which, in other words,
means the Grand Trunk Itttilway. If
the line is a failure, the paoplo pay
the cost: if it is a success, they take
none of tho profits.
"Sir Wilfrid I.aurier - ii.l at Sorol
llie other day, 'Wo advocate Government ownership, but not Government
open,I ion. When Sir Wilfrid speaks
hero in Toronto, as he probably will
before tho election, T would ask him
to answer this question, or I ask any
Liberal here to answer it for him: 'If
it is good policy to build a portion of
the road through all unknown, rough,
unproductive region, why is it not
good policy to build it through thai
splendid Empire in the North-West
of Canada!' (Cheers.) Is any Liberal
here prepared to give llie un answer?
I A Voice—-They cannot I) You're
right; they cannot; and that question
has never been answered by the Government, in or out of Parliament, for
only one answer cm be made.
(Cheers.)"
"If the Conservative party is re
turned lo power we will place on the
statute books such legislation as will
enable the will of the    people    to    be
carried out. Tins is our position on
this issue We throw the responsi-*
bility on you; it is for you to   decido.
I believe the people of Callllll-l will
still say that they arc to have u Voice
in the nut ion's ulliirs, and  that    they
Will return to power a party which
will not only build a transcontinental
railway with the people's money, bet
build it by   and    for   the   people   of
Canada."
Breakages of hoisting ropes used
for raising or lowering men, not due
to failure of couplings, amounted in
1003 to D8 cases iu the L'nitcd Kingdom. Probably a largo number of
Such accidents is lo be explained by
the sudden application of the brake
when the cage is falling rapidly        In
Belgium, whore there have been   but
six cases of broken hoisting ropes In
ten years, the permissible working
load is nol allowed    to   exceed    one-
wili.ia.m CLARK I it-^li Bread Every  ^qraino
Undertaker   nml    Furniture    Dealer!
Mail orders i i pt'.y attended to
i
Biitcn Stiikkt, \ Ul i:
Mus. Ohoive, 1st, Axknte.
1. . ■ III
keepin .
<t. iiinc ij)iii:i;i.-io«iijimotm«ii.f.»e«09ie»i5»pv
McLEOD HOTEL
HUADQUAHTKRS    I'OU    MINING   MEN    AN.1)    TIIL
TRAVELLING PUBLIC.
!\,.wlv furnisii.ij throughout.    Sample rooms in connection.
Rates f 1.50 to §2.50 per day,
FINLAY   McLEOD, Proprietor
M. TAIT. ,1.   IICDDY
PALACE   HOTEL
YMIR, B. ('.
Wc    carry    the    leading    brands     imported      Liquors)
and Cigars,  iSfQiit,   Ale,    Brandy   and   Wine.
UNION MADE
Shirts and Overalls
 ARE	
>ft      THE  I3.EST I3ST TH3   TVL A-IR/KIEiT-
Wlu'ii thev   come from
money now expended iu pu.ling down
trial hole, in wrong places, lie
would noi uvei rate ihe invention,
Inn ii was useful for tracking inn existing known lodes or I'm.lin-,' where
they consisted   of   more   highly con
dinting ore, ami for Ira.'inn reel's,
hdgos and strata in regard to ihoii
conductivity, or even for indicating
P . leis of minerals, IL' was cspuc-
i oi) impresse I « h h it, possibilities
In eroiinil where, us in Wales,  gall'llu
Government and the (Iran,I Trunk
Hallway Company are partners in ihe
groal enterprise,    Under the arrange
lllellt   llie  1 pie     of     Call...Ill     llie    to
contribute 0-10 of tin- cost,    and   ihe
Grand Trunk Railway only 1*10, In
fact, the Grand Trunk was practically
called upon lo pay nothing. The >'i,
000 I',in deposit thai the railway wot
asked to provide was so devised us
to um burden the company in the
least.     In . m liitngG for ibis « incrolls
LENS   &   LE1SER.
Factory at Victoria.
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AGENT FOR  KOOTENAY.
1'. o. l'.ox 56,     -     Nelson, I'.. C.
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FOli    THE   NEXT   30    DAYS   WE    WILL    G1VK
20 per cent, discount
FOR GASH	
On Clothing, Furnishings,  Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
In  Groceries  we   DEFY  competition.
We will not   be  undersold.
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* THE   YMIR   HERALD %
Please forward Tin-; Yin it lti.u.w.i, for
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tenth of the breaking st,ai„ of ^^\\X(, Mutual Life I lisuniiicc Company ofN. Y.
rope when new, „,,lcH-i the  lentil,   <>f
L'm, cut oil'every three month*! shows
A policy in it is tho safest investmcnl known to inun,
Cush invested in Lifo [iiBUfantie is cash invested thai   wil
return compound intcrcflt.
All succc- I'nl Ini -iiiti-s, iiiiii cai'i'v  targe  ainounts of lid
insurance,    Il provides lor the family, protects a man in
old age, and protects his other investments,    for   rates   on
any foi m of life insurance apply to:
that tie- breaking strain has Hoc   been
reduced  over ono-ihird.       Hoisting
in]ies tend to elongate in ..-..•, though
made of the best crucible si.-.-l; th.-
;i,-:it \,u iaii'iii-- iii tr.iiiis iu -iy net Up
uiole, uliir cbangoi, mid llieso ohunges
in- cumulative, Finally a sudden
, becking of npced may cause fracture
Percy J. Gleeser, Local Agent< WATCH    SALE.
We are selling watches thai will prove to ho 0. K.   in every
respect,    A good Elgin Watch.
P.
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o
•    *.
7 .Jewels    ill     Nickel Cr-e I?  7.00
13        "        "        '.            •• '...no
17                     " I'J.in.
7            "          •■     Silver          " 10 00
  i I .'() ^^^^^
IT .' o " •• | si,,,
I'll is is a special sal,, and v..u should tulio advantage nt it   now.      Will
watch for examination, au-l if not satisfied il can   be   returned
at our expense,
PATENAUDE BROS.
Manufacturing; Jewellers and Opticians.
NELSON, B. C.
S. XX. SE.A3Sr_E^, AQENT, YMXR.
end
The Liberal Inquisition,   shape of the eye) we.-.- proved to have
  been cured iu so far as    the   patients
At a meeting recently licld  in   To*  were able to dispense wi'li glasses  as
roiito  the  following   question   curd, an aid to defective vision 1
which has   ben,   distributed    among      Nearly the  whole   of  the  potientsj ladies   in,
Liberal convossers was read out! | were engaged in  clerical   pursuit*   in
o.    If married, what is wife's   poll-  the City, and all spoke iu high   terms
ties' . of the advantages  they  had  derived
b.    What lodge dees he belong   to,   f..,,*.,, t|,e treatment,
.ml what one does he atieiul   regular-     The treatment is gentle und   gradual] no pain U   caused,   and   there   is
never the   sligbest   injurious   elTect.
The patient is treated for a few   inin-
tll.es daily.    Some are cured in tt week
lire is rapid.
c.     What is his religionl
(I      Names of three or   four    inti
mate companions'! 	
e. What Liberal would have most imt \n &\\ (i,ura >hc cilrt
inllUence with him?
f. Is lie Conservative) Liberal 01'
•: .ubtfull
■;. Will he vote for Anderson in
•..lis election
li. If doubtful, da un, think he
would be influenced for a consideration by Conservatives!
i How did he vote lust Dominion
t'eetionsj
j.    (Left blank)
Wilson & Harshaw
Draymen and
Teamsters
VMIR   BUSINESS  GUIDE
AS8A1ISO
K. W. Widilowsnn,
IIAKI'.ltV
Mrs. Crowe,
llHOKKUAfiK   AM.    INSt'ltANCK.
I'erei -l. ClenZ'-r.
... rr.ii.it.
.lolin I'liilbcii.
I |i|(V    I,onlis    AMI    o.l-.Nl-   I I l.-Mslll.SOs
|l. (Jitniphcl!.
HcsHi Isny Jobbing , o.
Newitt  .V  Co.
rriiMTl'i;!:    IHSAI.KH
William Chirk.
(IIK.I.'KllllCS.
1). Catnphelh
DesHiisiiy -lobbing Co.
S  11. Seaney.
ilnTl-.l.*..
(tnsi'.iopulitiiu — John Urea,l,
Mrl.i-n.l 11,uis,—l-'inliiv MeLeod.
Milh-r House—8  Miller.
Palace—Tail .v. Ku.hly,
Vancouver—Owen Buyer.
Waldorf— Ucorne Col,nan.
Vmir—J. W. Mastcl'son,
MSIIlNl,     AM,     .'III.UM-.I.'I
.Mrs. John Mct.coil.
MINIMI    KKconliKU
Percy J.  (ili-u/.er.
I'l.ts I,No.
Itc-iilil Publishing (',..
BTA'l IO.NKUV.
II. Campbell.
.N. H. Seaney .
TEA3ISTE113
lliiisliuw i*i Wilson.
Jackson it Lenity,
All'*;.  0,1,tie.
i.m.kh'Iakkii.
William Clark.
YMIK,    11.     C,
On the other side was printed: j      HuiHiHllg lll'ilVy freight
"This card was given to
(blank).
ui ,1 is to be returned wilh last card.
Various asides were hoard  us   the
tjUOStiohs wl'ie read.      ".Male    or    fc"
In.de.'' was shouted at (di.     "Hon,  J.
I!. Stratlon" was tlie suggestion foi .'.• )
An Inquisition,
I'll,' cal'tlj said   Mr.    Laidlaw,   .litl
hot touch ou any great public   ques-1 flOtGl
lion whatever, but proposed io   stoop
to an inquisitorial investigation as   to {
what influences codld be brought   to |
bear on the electorate, for what   purpose, he left them  to   imagine,       II- |
nuI not think the Conservative   party
-..oiilil tolerate this attempt to tanipet
\iilh their social utid   domestic   tela
linns,
iSpt3cialt.y.
Correspondence promptly
llttt'lltlctl  tt),
MINERAL ACT.
CKHT'I'IC.-.TF. dl' ISll'ltOV BMENTS.
J III UK.
Bayonne, OSford, Maryland, D.-lciVui-e
Columbus Ohio. Kentucky, New Jersey, Virginia and Illinois Mineral
claims situate,I in the Goat RiVer
Mining Division of West Kootenay
liislriut.
Where located. On North Fork ol
Summit creek.
Take notice that I. Frederick 8.
Ch mollis noting us agent for Frank O.
Itisdon Free Miners Cerlilleale No.
B. fel,6l)3 nnd George Harrison,
Free Miner's Ccrlillcato No. B. 81,2,0,
intend, sixty (hi}s from llie (lute hereof,
lo apply to the Mining Recorder for
(Mirittlcaics of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining Crown grants of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ the above chums.
.        i •   •       ii And furtlier  lake notice thai action
r-irst-OMSH .11111111)-;' Koonii  under section 87, must be commenced
i before the Issuance of such certitlcates
Best   bran. Is  of Wines, Iut ill,ijrovel'lent'
Dated this 6tli day    of August,   I'JOt
F. 8. CLEMEN 1'8. Nelson, B.C.
Vancouver
Liquors nnd Cigars.
OWEN  BOKRi Prop.
Second Ave.
YMIH
DISTRICT Si AN ACER WANTED
Permanent position) rapid advance-
meuti salary and  expense*!   full   in-   ■*,    ,    , ..,.        .,,
1 ,    - rust   < )llicc   More.
Stl'llotlollS tree ot    cllutg."    cle.-ul    (h- ,
sirable business,
The .!. fj, ^'iclulls (.1.,   Lt'd   Toronto.
, .Mention this paper.)
Kootenay Coffee Co.;
Wholesale and retail  ileah I-
in Fresh llnostcd
No Need foi' Spectacles,
uemarkahlc I liscovery.
■surgical SCililiCU levrals   new     woli-
tiers every day.    There is every   likelihood that till! wealing of glasses will
eventually cotliu to he regarded as tin-]
necessary.
hilling   the    plLII    twelve    months
! ii. Stephen Smith'   surgeon   to   the
I ye ilepurlilielit. of llie Ibiller-cu Park
Hospital, l.oh.lini. has ilii.u-.ht out
und de,elope,! ii new plan f.ir treating
I - (um ii l,o hithel io have found it
i ut lil to wear spectacles us an aid
t,, defective eyesight, l'leoi'-olv what
I!.-, ineil.o'l "f treatment i;, of bourse,
leiniiins tin- doctor's secret, 11 liiayi
liowever, be aptly described as "man-
of the    eye,''    or,     in    Otllt'l
, opls,   eye   massage      Shite     I).
Smith bus nut his new treatment ini..!
peration be had had under   his  cilrn
hirty patieiils, and, liitli one   ejtccp- ;
II ,|i. nil of the,," hllVO     I.l ell     able     |o ;
discard glasses entirely, an I can now
lead, either nt long or short distances,
lis easily >." pCOplo »In. have novel i
heeded glasses. Tho cltras lulve bee,
l-d'ected in a ii-i,iiii l.iibly short spue,
l.f time, ini'l tllcy are clililned    to   b
i eiiiiar.elil. rrFFTV^',       Copvn;GHTSc_.
J AC—nn'I'li'll'u'ii *,,(«'l,l, 1,'nl,!,''! rlf,Hon n,„y
Dr. Smith, il.   the   pioscncb   of   a    ^^Ig^p^ SS^p^J^^X
britical autliente, gav bnber  of.   ilTp'tfM
, .. n       .  i  I       I'-iUiiul i.ii.i-'i on,,null .ilium * Co r-c-.-lve
Intcrcstilig  demonstrations     through ;   tptrM notice, wi,hum cinibm, mtic-
bis putiollt - of ,h'' ei.rei lie bus , li,   i
I il. t loses i.f acute myopia (or shot i
,iuhl i. hypci mclrdplii (or long s,u|,t,,
Imd tisiigmutigm   (or   irregularity  in
WE ARE PREPARED
To Fill Your Wants In  The   Following
Lines:
Stationery,   Confectioneries,    Pipes  and   Tobaccos,
Groceries, Provisions. Gents Furnishings,
Boots and   Shoes.
W'p will cheerfully refund you your   money   it'  goods   put''
chased here are not as represented.
®UR GO0DS HRE NO. I.
Prices are as low as any   in    Kootenay,    and   we
want your trade.
D. GHMPBELL.
Ymir Transfer Co.|     WALDORF
JACKSON & LEAHY, Props.
Teaming and
Express ....
All orders promptly attended to
and the greatest eare exercised in tho
handling of good-,
HO .-.EL . . .
Headquarters for Hilling
|    and Commercial Men
Most comfortable hotel in the  district.    Everything first-class.
YMIH, B. C.
ASSAYING
Gold, Silver, or   Lead
Copper,
S1.00
  81.00
Colli Silver,  ^H^BH    ffl-'iO
Charges for iiiber tnetalH on ap
plication.
E.   W.   WIDDOWSON
Provincial Assayer
P.O. Drawer A113,   YMIH, B.C.
"Yli/LXTl
MEAT   MARKET
l Hotel Ymir I
The Best Meals        J
Ami Accommodation     *
In Towni ♦
  ♦
A line selection of Wines. *
X      Liquors and Ciatars.      ♦
♦• — -•
X •)   W. MASTSRSON,     Prop. *
*********** * *+****+*+*+** 4
I-IIKSII   ANO  sAl.TI-.l) MEATS
Wholesale and Retail
Mail orders receive prompt attention
JOHN' PHILBERT,  lJn.p.
I
Ladies1
Furnishings
Millinery
and
Staple
Goods
MRS,   j,  McLEOW
Ymih
YMIR STAGE
Meets train every morning
except Sunday, for freight
and passengers for Ymir
mill.   Bv special orders on
Sundays. Or for Ymir mine.
ALEX. ODDIE   rnon-
Spokane Falls &
Northern Ry.
Ymir  ( iii; < 1 f-
A ssociit l-oii.
 MICI-'i'l'S	
tcKLSOSi -V l'"l'- SHEPPAHI1 ItY. CO. j
KK1).MOUNTAIN HAII.W'AV CO      '
WASlllN'dfON i% (\  N.   KV
V.  V. & E   KY.  & N. CO.
and Great Northern, Northern Pacific
and (.). It. & X. Co., for points east,
west and smith | cotltiw-ts at lloss
liilul nnd Nelson with tlie Canadian
Pacific Railway.
Connects at Nel'oti with the  P. II.
ii: N. Co. for   Kaslo and   K
Doint
rr he only „U rail rout.' between
points east, west and south to Rossland, Kelson, Grand Forks and li,-
public, r.ull'et cars run between S|mj
kiine and flortbpol't.
Kll'eetive Jtlnn l-l'.li. 1808,
Leave Daily Train Arrive
S.4o ii.ni Sjmkiilii' il. 15 p.ltl
10 Id ii.ni lioSshim! -I.:i". p.nt
9.B2 a ni Vmir ,'i :1", p in
i.-'D a lit            Nelson 7. JO p ill
11 :;!."i a iu Grant! I'ml;s I 00 pill
S.H0 ii.iii Kepubllb Dl*'' tin'
SAVE TIME.
RY   USIN'i
GREHT
NORTHERN
RHILWftY
'IO
Seattle,    Tacoma
|      AND ALL
mdS IpagiFic coast point?
Connects at Cul-lciv will,   ntagb foi _,
I    m^^^^^m^^^^^m. !(/r.'enwM.,d ami Mi.lwi.v, lie. SL.  I'aul,   Chicago,   Mew
COFFEE   ROASTERS     |  I \W n KHDAY in BACH klUHTII.      Buffet   etr» run OH tmint between
|Spokun0 and  Republic
.1    W.   ROM,   I'lesiilellt.
11 ( \mi-uki.i., Secretary.
1'ini.av M' I.Ki.ii, 'r,iiisui,,.
II. A. ,)A( KsoN ^^^^
(leii.-riil I'Ussqttger Aft.
Upokanb, Wu.-ii.
York, and
ALL   POINTS    BAST
I'Al.Ai K   AND   TOURI.S'i'
HL'BBPEHS.    HUFFET,
Ipulntion of the   eye,"   or,   in   Ot ' Hi(jh „ ,grarie « -Soffees' ^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦* ♦•>♦♦♦♦♦♦ j yr *,| M> LODGE, N.. .!•.',   K.   l'.j   LTI11U1W    CARS,     MODERN
'''' ' ' I    /        Meets first   iin.l    third    Moll
ll
I iivs of month. ^^^^^^^^^^^^
\'isitin^'    brothers    weleollie.
VV.M. CoKI'KV, C. C.
Cnni.HiK Woouhiuk, K ll. s.
ScHflc^fljpfcan. \\
X
M\LL WOOD.
I telivered any
phice in town.
Stov*» LenKths
$100
Per Cart Load.    X , ,
  I | ile;i(Ujii:ii!el"; ['or .Miniiio .Men
liMILLER HOTEL
sam miller, iv.p.
*
ii
4-
t INhIo   IJico
A !,:.„.I- .-Iir ;tlii-.'r«ll>.1 ,.   ,
rllllllliin III ,*,.v e.-l.-o- 111.- Il.urllllt.    '|-,TI,iH  |in
MUNN & Co ^,ao»d ^ Nevv Ynrii
jimi-oh omo*. n i M- irulilniiaa, >k 0i
I   Lumber Co. Ltd  ♦
X
♦ 44*.****.*4**4**4-444
•KH+j
I'-al   lllpplil'll    11 Itll   l!e-l   liliililis ot'
Willi's; lil|llor*) and cljjaM,
l-'ius-r Avi'vri:
Ymih. 1.1. c
l,.\V COACMIW,
lilNlNC   ('Alls,
Iikai.s \  i.i  . tun;
Best  Meals on   Wheels,
2    FAST   TRAINS     Q
15AST AND WEST DAILY L
Special    I'Ai -iir-ion   Hate*
To World's Fair, St. Lou, 1
Vour ( hoi,-,- ol  [Unite,
l'oi niie-, folders nml lull Informal
regiirdhiK trips, call oil oi ai'dreim
i.e.-nt of the S. I-', .i* N. Itallwnj  ni
ii. \ Jackson,     ii. imandi
(I. 1-. it I'. A., lliver-i.l
Spokmie.      Flo W,    Spok ■ '
Si
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