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 &M������t  riaiB������mgB"'ttM  *iivz.i''/t.i vfajfiww*  ISSSSS^fil^i  isi������SM  sasz  R^acli������r ft-int-*  \Hir*"*mtiirfi'tAni*m)W*'*ri*n  DEC  1905  i k ������  j Christmas Presents  I AT  "    ',      ,    ,'  { Bqws'I Drug Store  ���������������t  '^Of 1/eHRISTMAS DECORATIONS ^  I Christmas ' Bells, Candles and  Candle Holders at  I Bevife' Drugstore  REVELSTOKE..B. C. DEfJKMBER 2, 1905  $2.00 Per'Year  Ik* "���������"  hi<P '  <������������������  If you iii-i*-3iiti.-(ieil,\vitli poorly nuulc and ill-lit; in<j-clu(lies yon' wonthavo  much diHiculty in.gettinij what you.want ��������� . J J n fc if- you. insist' on ��������� good  clothcs.'.propcrly. tailored-aiid. correct in stylc,-we have them hero -.for, you  in the 20th.CEXTU.IlY" brniid giirriic'nts���������uiiqucstioniibly.tlio finest ready-"  to-wcar clothes in Cumuli^ and wo nro sole agents for tliciu/ "Fall-Quits'  >' ���������"���������-." ������-,. '-' nnd overcoats "in "every style."., "   "-'"'-     -,*  ."<.   '  f-.-  -TS---5"-������'- -DEPARTMENT STORE.  V -  Gai>it������flVuthorizod, $4,000,000,   Ciip(jt<il Puid D|), S3 oOO.'OOO.   Hobt, S3 500,000.    \  ��������� ���������   -   "."'-���������-     --t'HeiKl'''0(lice^ToKONTO,'-Ontario/' '"'"*"*   ��������� ,'    r "  ;Hrniicl>os.iii lho,Northwoi>t Territories, llmutobu, Ontario mid Quotiec.  And', thoJrJIIottiiie-Doiriii iu "���������British  C'uluinbiti:    Granbrook, Qoltiou,"-", '  Nolaonj-Roy^lstoko^Trout Liiko,iArrowhqaii;-Viincbiivor uud Viotorm.    "   ���������-'  j. T. H Merriti\ Prbiiilont.-    ������<rD.-R. Wi^kii':, Vico-^roiidoiil, and Gouornl'Miiuagor.  " ' K. Hw. Assistnnt^Geuoriil ilau.inor     \V. Moftat, (Jluof Juspootor. '-  ^ Revelstoke Branch, B. C.^-A"General Banking Business Transacted  ���������---SiitIurs Dop.irtmeirt��������� Deposits 'Roceivoil'imd Interest Allowed. ~ '   '  0711111 sold uv.ulablo' in all pans of fliiuadu, United Statos and Huropo.  Spocial nttoutiou given to collections,. A. E. I'ihpps, Mauugor  THE A. E. GEORGE COMPANY  HERE ARE SOME OF OUR  EXTRA SPECIALS  ).  I'i*  200 pairs Women's  400 yards of Fancy  Corsets iii white,  Flannelette   and  drab   and   black,  Wrapperette.  Regular $1,50,  Regular price 15c  $1.75 and $2.00  and 20c per yard  Sale price  Sale price               >  $1.00 per pair  10c per yard  Now is the time for Bargain Seekers  to get Good Goods Cheap  THE  GEORGE COMPANY.  THE CAVE.  Report of Latest Explorations  by'W. S. Ayres. M/E.'  '  On the 2������tli', 27th,and 28th ,wc explored '/-.lopliei- Hridge"iind Ihe main  ciivo, pnlerinjj the hitter through "The  Oniiyon" and " Entrance No. 2." This  exploration consisted of u complete  Mirvcy of nil passage.-, not, heretofore  ii'ljoitnd, by. uie ab oiMvcyed, nnd of  Ihihlilight photographs of .some of (he  nttiuclive fi'iitures of the interior. On  Clio 2!Jlh wo broke ciiiiip und ret urued  lo the (I lacier Mouse on foot.     -  '  Tin: Thau..      '      '  _, A very easy li.iilfor riding or walking can,  lie   niiiilo   from   llio Glacier  limine to the cave by way of The Loop  und    itpss <l'e:ik  \viitorr tnnl:.       The  leiigthTif  thiii   trail .would ,.ho about  fivo nnd 'oiiC'Imlf  miles.'- It   would  Im ve "not  only un  easy' grade but, a  locution that brings to view iu a , now  light mine of I ho giandcsti scenery  of  this famous pnrt of the .Solkiiks. This  'oiiliiio of it.-olf would iniiko it a  very  .pojiulii'r tinil even thouitli-(Here  were  im-caVes at the other cnd~ofTit.. ��������� The  t'uil -should/ lie/constructed .on .tlie  .(doping giouiid ^iIiono 'tlio'river. ?lt  ,Voulfl;thoii coiinccr.\vitli ah old -trail,'  :iipe<l'fiiii,iiigitlio/coiistriiction'''of,-lJio*  Caniidmn-     Pncilic ~Rajlw:iy~~"\vhioh  i..s.-,cS   through  n   very' heavily .tim-  '.'cird foie.st lying iu (he ravine  to the  light  of   Cougar   Mountain!      At   a  point about ^iio I'liarlcr of a mile be-  (iie leaching Cougar  Creek  this  old  niil'sliould , be  loft.'and  u  new tiail  made up the ravine of  Cougar  Creek  to' the cave  on   well selected ground  coiibistent with easy grades.  On aiming at the cave the magnificent assemblage of ,b.ilsnin 'firs with  J heir s>pirc-Iiko foi ins, shown in photograph" No. 21, welcome, the visitor as  stately hostesses. Jn the .winter they  c'pek themselves with the,most dainty  snowy di apery.'  4When'the visitor turns homeward  fiom-.'the cave the- view tshown,in  .photograph"No/25|_greet_s him. "Ross  Peak is'in clear view- at_thcj-ight and'  the Great .Glacier".,lit "thV-Jeft, with  Cougar-Cieeka ravine-in the center,  down "-vhich the trail loa'ds'-him with'  an ever' changing panorama' of .the  most beautiful of the Se.kiiks con-  tinua'ly before him -When passing  The Loop again, at the very, spot  where on his way to the cave the view  shown in photograph No. 19 met his  eyes, the view in No. 23 'greets him,  with'Sir Donald at the right.    ,     ,, ^  ^..r->    "; , ,JHE-Ex������r.OKATIo'}V,���������-. .   ..'...-  *-vThe "Gopher Bridge" was 'first .explored.     An entrance was effected by  Mr. Deutschman during the summer,  first,   by   crawling   through   ,a  very  narrow   passage   in. the   old bed" of  Cougar  Creek,   marked   on < the map  heiewith submitted lis "Old Channel,"  and second  by   blasting away, some  fallen rock at  a  point  noted   on the  map  as  "Gopher   Bridge Kntrance."  We entered by the latter opening. This  is a, very unique cave by   itself.     The  chaiacteristic   water-carved   walls of  white and   grey   marble,   such as are  found in "Entrance No. 1", and  described in my report of June 8th, 1905,  are everywhere to  be  seen.     An  additional feature, ho\\e\er, is heie to be  found.    In many places the change of  the limestone into marbleris not complete^    The  parts  of  the rocks not  fully 'changed   stand  out as nodules,  while the maible  between  them   has  been dissolved and  eroded to  an  un-  I usual degiee,' thus giving the walls  a  | strange picturesque appearance.  j     Fiom   a geological  standpoint the  formation   under    "Gopher    Bridge"  shows, in a manner rarely to be found  in   sui face   exposuies,     the    various  stages   of   transition   or   the original  limestone into the present  marble by  the heat process called metamorphosis.  There are evidences also  of cavities,  comparatively-small  it  is  tine, that  existed in the original- beds,, of  limestone and   which   were   subsequently  filled  with   pure   carbonate   of lime.  Dining   the   metamorphosis    of   the  limestone this filling also was changed  to white  crystalline  marble.      Some  chips and nuggets of quart/! are  to be  seen imbedded in the  tilling evidenc-  ng that   they weie c.nried  into the  cavity by water during the  piocess of  the lime   accumulation.      Shiinknge  cracks  aie everywhere to be  found in  the   grey   and   white   marble, which  weie formed dining its  early  solidification into  limestone and  afterwaid  filled with   pine   carbonate   of   lime.  They now   show   as   seams   of white  marble inserted in the rocks at various  angles to their bedding faces.  Cougar Cieek now enters under  "Gopher Biidge'" at the point marked  "Present Channel*'on tlie map. Jn  my former report, Juno 8th, l'JO.*), no  leference was made to the "J'lesent  Channel" because it was entirely  obscuied from view by si very deep  -Mion-slide. The "Old Channel'* howevei, was paitly open to .view, and, because of its logical position, was  mistaken for the channel actually  conveying the water under the bridge  The creek has a tortuous course under  the Iniclgc as is shown on the map.  The first portion of it was inaccessible because of the low roof, the last  portion because of the deep water iu  the creek.  Photographs Nos. 24. and -25 were  taken heie by flash-light. They show  something of the fantastic carving of  the water channel in the marble  it lata, but do not convey a true idea  uf the real lienuty of the thing itself.  The openings that were explored are  ���������low easily accessible, and it appears  "-o be quite possible to form a continuous passage under the bridge by  'ridging the deep and swift portion of  Oougar Creek that is now impassible  nul which is ������hown in photograph  So. 25.      If   this   15 done the visitor  entering Cirst at the upper or west end  of "Gopher Bridge." Emerging at the  east end he would again enlur by  "Entrance No. 1." At the south-eaet  corner of the "Auditorium" a piujsnge  can be niRile into "The Canyon" by  removing the debris for about- 20 feet.  Then (he visitor can make ������ cti'n-  liiiiious "tiip from the west end of  '.'GV'plier ,Hi-idge" lo the large 'cave  wiibout reiiacing any steps.  A coiieclii'iii in my foriiici iniip i,  made,'on llio accompanying wimp, as  to where the wateis j fiom "Whistler  Kails" join Cougar Cieek. ,' In June  lust thin junction was'partly'ob'ciired  by :i heavy 'snow slide, in fact the  wateis from I he falls wove, then ruiP  ning, us show ii on a my fornior.niiip  'After the snow dinippciiit'd it was dis-  cou'ioil,thiil they join 'Cougar Creek  under 'Gqplirr ljridge",and disappear  fiom alio 'siiifiiciV in n deep,'nearly  veriical "shaft, called "The Gopher  Mole."'        , ',  Tho estimation  of tho miiiii cimc  llnoiigli "Kiitrniiuo No. t" was a most  Inboiiinis lu-k. Thodcbcont iuto'"Thi'  Canyon" was by means of a rope'down  ail incline "that   was 'nearly perpendicular, about 75 pfci;, cent,  and, over  s..ow and ice, for;a distance 85  feet.  1'ho-cave'-''was  then 'entered   by "Hn-'  trance No."2."    -1     Q    ., 4l        ���������   V  L CougarCreok at.thjs time!was very  much les's in volumciui.comparod with  i'ih llu.sli coVidition'at tho time  of .-nly,  former report, Juno S,'J905,  and'.-'fair  piogicss in the exploration   has  been  made.      A   complete survey of all its  accessible openings was madeand the  accompanying  map .shows   them   in  their relative positions,     Nine photo-'  giaplis, were   taken    by  'Hash-light  ilhihtrating some of the most  attractive features. "  1    '      '        THIS MAIX cavi: .     .  compiises tho largest of all the undei--  giound openings thus far discovered.  It .naturally should . because   of the  additional-waters entering   it.     The  average' height .of tho main channel-  way, measured on the dip of the strata,  is about   100   feat,' while 'the width,  measured perpendicular  to , the   bed  RUSSIA.  Terrible Battle at' Sevastopol:  Defeat of the Revolutionists.  fit, I'ltoi-sbuig, Nov.30.���������Sevastopol  was the scene  of a dohjieiate  biltle  between miilinous  sailor-'  nnd troops  in   I ho  forts  mi   .shore. ' During  I ho  battle the   (owiih  and   the  foils i\cie  bombarded by the guns of the ciuiser  OiohnliofV, which now. lies u binning  wn'ck oil   Admiralty Point, -her, hull  riddled wilh   shoe' and   her  Haunting  led signs of revolution  diuwn   down,  Tlio   battle  began   at  three   o'clock,  when Lieutenant Schmidt oponul liie  fiom a licet of ton shipi, to  which (he  lulierie.s of   Knit  AIomuiiIci, 'ni-tillcry  posted   on    the   sho'ie,   nnd     seveial  vessels which remained loyal replied.  _. Dm ing tin1 naval Imtlle tho  sailors  on Hlmro,  ontienchod in.the btirincku,  defended their position   with machine  t'linn and rides against tho  attacking  infantry. After an engagement lasting  two and a half hours, with the Otchn-  koll'   riddled  and   on    fiio,   ii'id   the  cruiser   Dnieper  and  another <vcsse  sunk, Lieutenant  Schmidt,  who  hud  been badly," wounded, surrendered the  entire squadron.-- .���������."."--'-.'.'        '  7  '   .-r-r.T-1-:���������r '���������-'- "-" . ..       i   ���������   <���������  We have oprned up some very nice lines in  |Cliina,Glass ware,Lamps  > , '  , , Our Grocery Stock is as usual well to the front.  New Nuts Fruits, Peels, and Finnan Haddiel  ARE NOW IN.  A great business doing,, in Stoves, Pipes, Elbows and,  '   Cooking,Utensils in granite, copper & Tinware.'  1 i | v  ,,   -IMilCKS AND^UALITY GUARANTEED.  -'  -      "   '  BOURNE Bros.  WRECK  >vould begin his tour of the caves] by  ding faces, .ranges from 8 to 20 feet.  This channelway" is nbt, as might be  supposed, of uniform width, but  vories'with1 the 'condition's-, of How" of  the water at.the time of.its formation.  With all"theYivater flowing through it  on'a steep grade it-would be narrow,  and with only a portion of .it, the  other portion running around some  "other way, it would also be narrow.  It would be.widest where all' the water  passed'through it'and on a .moderate  grade.     '". \ \ <       ��������� '      <  During its earlier history it unT  doubtedly appeared much ~,like-the  passageway in "Entrance No. 1,"described in-my report of June 8, 1905.  But as the channelway grew deeper'  and wider, through centuries i of  erosion, many' large masses of rock  from the hanging-wall were -loosened  and fell into the channel-way, thus  causing an obstruction, around which  the water cut.its way, and at the same  time cut away some or all of the ob-  stinotion itself. As "a result many  enlarged places are 'to be seen here  and there. Still others are to be seen  that have been formed as pot-holes,  like rounded shafts, down which the  water poured keeping the -boulders at  their bottoms ceaselessly grinding  them deeper and deeper.  I'Yom these re&ults it was only a  matter of time when, particularly at  the confluence of streams, great masses  of overhanging rock would be un-  footed and diopped into the gieat  channel and pot-holes. This is shown  to a marvelous. degiee where the  waters of "Bear Falls" foimerly joined  Cougar Creek. Portions of the old  channel-way and of the very large potholes are heie visible, the other portions being covered with fallen rocks  from the roof. , One of these, an  enormous rock, lests in a nearly horizontal position and its upper smfaoc  contains about 1200 square feet of  tlooi space.    This we named  "TIIK HALT, ������OOM."  About   150   feet   houth   fiom "The  Hall'Room" is "The Pit."   This is the  "Deep Cavern," at "Entiance  No. ,'i,"  mentioned   in   my   report or Juno 8,  1905, that was estimated to be 25G feet  deep.     This estimate was made from  the number of seconds  lequired   for a  stone to reach the  bottom.      it  took  four seconds,  but  seveial deflections  weie made by the stone in its de.-ccnt.  The nearly vcitical poilion, "The Tit,"  mcasuiea   L20 - feet,   and   the    sloop  channel-way leading from its   bottom  and down which the stone undoubtedly went, measures L25 foot nunc, nmk-  245 feet by actual mciisuicincnt.   The  rocks in "The Pit" are of a  very dark  blue-grey   color   and   have  hands of  white marble inserted in them   which  have been crumpled by pie.ssuro,  giving tho bands a zig-/.ng appearance.    '  The fallen niass-es of look   wherever  found throughout tbe cave, particularly those about "The Hal I   Room"  and  "The Pit," were caret ti liy examined to  dcteniMiic their presentatubility.  Tbe  roof was also examined   carefully   to  the same end,    Tho siiigulai lirmnoss  of   eveiy fallen  piece,  even   the voiy  small ones, led the writer to  the  dis-  coveiy that the water had undoubtedly  shifted  all   the  fallen pieces, great or  small, into positions that are firm and  reliable.     No  evidence  whatever was  discovered of any  present movement  in the roof, neither   were any   points  discovoied   where   the present water  eiosion has made a fall of rock   imminent.  Montreal Express Wrecked and  ,] '16, Passengers Killed. ^  Lincoin, Mass.,' Nov. 27."���������Sixteen  persons were killed, twenty-five more  or less injured, and probably a> score  of others cut and bruised in-thc most  disastrous railroad wreck recorded in  this state for many years, which' oc-  cinred List night on tho main line of  the Uoston it Maine railroad. , The  Sunday night express which left Boston for Montreal crashed into the  icar of an accommodation train bound  for points on the Marlboro, branch.  Of the 'dead a' dozen were ' passengers  in the two rear cars' of-'th'e Marlboro  train. The ocher two were Engineer  Lyons of the Montreal express nnd his  fireman. No passengers on the express train were injured.  CURLING CLUB  Hold Their.Annual Meeting and  Election of Officers., . c  'The annual meeting of the Curling"  Club was held at the City Hall last  niglit,'when the following officers were  elected1: Hon. President, J. M.'Doyle;  President, A. E. Kincaid-; Yice-Presi;  dent,-> P. * Young ; Secretary,' -J. B.  Jackson ; Treasurer, VV. Rose ; Executive, Messrs. Eae, Field, and Coursier.  It was resolved to adopt a 12 ft. instead of a 14 ft. ring, and that Messrs.  Jack son,'Hose and Coursier be a committee to canvass the city for members. It was stated that the annual  meeting, of the Kootenay Curling  Association would be held on Friday  next at Nelson.  To make travel easy in the cave  plank walls should be built across  these rough places. No blasting of  any kind whatever should be allowed  in any part of the cave in forming  passage-ways or in making improvements. The present quiet condition  of the rocks is thereby insured, and  tho breaking of the fragile carbonate  of   lime   coating,   which    forms   the  SCOTCH CONCERT.  ( On Thursday night a  most successful Scotch  concert,  organised? by the  Ladies' Aid of  St.  Andrew's  Church,  was held  in   the Opera House.    The  piogramme opened   with  the chorus  " A   Ileiliindinan'b    Toast,"   by   the  Willing    Workers,   who   rendered   it  nicely, as also  the  chorus   "Coniin*  Thro'   the Rye."   Then  followed  itn  instrumental' duet  by Master Kobeit  (violin) and Miss Almeda Armstiong  (piano) which was' splendidly played.  Miss   Edna   Bruce    clevoily   recited  "llaino Cam' our Uuidniiin .at'E'en".  "A   selection   on   the   pipes followed.  Mis.    Cicelman   ' sung    beautifully  'Caller  Herrin,"  and has never been  hciud to better advantage.     VV. Miir-  niy, of Field,  danced   a strathspey-in!  the fust, and  a  swoid dance'- in   the'  second pai t, of the  programme.     He  was accompanied on   tlie pipes.    The  first   part   of   the  programme closed  i\ith a solo by VV. If. Humphreys, who  is always a favoiite with a  Revelstoke  audience , and in tho second   part   he  -ung "McGiegoi-'s gathciing" both being encoied.     The quartette '��������� Dido ,a  Woe"   by   Mesdanios   Creelniati   and  Dent aiurMos3r.s. Ilarber   and  Harris  was a splendid   number.     Mrs.   Mc-  Fayik'n   sang   "The    Scottish     Blue  Uells."     The  piogiamme closed with  a chorus   by  the   choir   and   "Auld  Langayne.*'     Prof.   De l'"eo phijcd un  opoiatic selection on the piano.     The  high appreciation with which the pio-  graninii'  was  received   was shown   by  the fact that every item was encored.  Mr. Clilloland   was  unable to attend  owing lo a hud cold,  and   Mr.   Han-la  kindly look   his  place.     The accompaniments    wore    played    by     Mrs.  Ilenjainiii and Miss Dover.  After the entertainment refreshments were seived, and a sale held at  which T. Steed acted as auctioneer.  There was also a fish pond and other  attractions. So successful was the  nlViiir that over ffilJOO was realised.  The only Fii-Reform Wardrobt here it if    J. G. Macdonald, Revelstoka  THE MOLSONS BANK  .     , Incorporated b> Act of Parliament, 1855.  HEAD OFFICE,    ���������,       -     4.      - MONTREAL.  VVji. Moison Macphehso.n-, Pips. y. H. Ewino, Vice-Pres.  James Elliot, General Manager. .   ,  Capita/ paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  Everything in   way of banking  business transacted  without unnecessary delay.  Interest credited twice-a year.it current rates' on  Savings Bank  . deposits;- >  VV. II. PRATT, Manager,  'Revelstoke, B.  Merchant  Tailors;  Everything a gentleman wants in the line of tailoring.  Our stock is new and up-to date.  Pressing and cleaning promptly attended to.  First Street, Opposite Union Hotel, Revelstoke,  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, &' Cigars.  Rates $i a day.     Monthly rate.  J".  PEOP.  DOHSTT I  Continued ou Paso Threq.  A Certain Cure for Croup.  When a child shows symtoms of  croup there is no time to experiment  with new remedies, no matter how  highly they may he recommended.  There is one preparation that can  always be depended upon, it has  been in use for many years, and has  never been known to fail, viz : Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mr. M. F.  Compton, of Market, Texas, says of  it : "I have used Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy in cases of croup with  my children, and can truthfully say  it always gives prompt reiiof." For  sale by all druggists,  ;        Think about what you are going to buy at Christmas.  Jf you   will   call   and   see our selection you can   soon   make a  choice.  We have the best selected line ever shown in Revelstoke.  Carvers in Cases.    Scii<sors in Cases.    Razors in Cases.  Hutter Dishes, Berry Bowls, Tea Sets  Sterling Silver Goods in all Styles and the Latest Novelties.  Cut Glass Goods of the Latest Patterns ;  Beautiful Designs and at Prices to suit all Purchasers.'  LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Limited.,  REVELSTOKE.,  Dealom   in   Jfardu-are,   Stoves  and  Tiwcare,   Miners',   Lumbermen's   and  i     Sawmill Supplies, etc.    Plumbing and  Tinsmilhing.  ������1  &l  lr  r rn  ulk 1kootena\? flDail  -       '      I'lIULTSirei)   SATUHDAY.  ~AT-  ,t      ,     i     REVELSTOKE, B.C., ,     .     ���������  r (i  '     SUBSCRIPTION , RATES.    , ,  Incln lini; postngi  io  ICnglflnil, Uniwd Stairs  ��������� und'Canada, ,        (  'Hy the year lUiioiiglipostoilho) '   M'Hi  Half         ���������       .........    1 -.H  Ouaner "        '" ���������'     (..'.,.?...    <���������(;">  inclinlin^ Christinas Mail ,71c. oura.     <   i  _, ADVERTISING   RATES.   '"{���������  /)'>Iea-.urC>incmsl iVoniiitilc'l PJJ  lines iiiiiki; one  ' niclij.     1'iufeiieil   po-ilions,  'Si  jki- (cut.  iiddjnoiuil.   Hirths, Mariiajjes und JJi-alhs,  ���������       X'c.  each   iiHi'i'lion.     All   ml\C'i*(I-oii)i<i)l-i  (' -iityeoL toiliurii>|iiuMilof I In- iiiiui.iKi'iiicnt.  'jW'aiitcd and CoinloiiMd Ativt'i IIsuiiH'iil*.:-���������  Agents, Wauled, Help  Wanted, 811111111011-.  f wanted.    Sitilutlon>     Vacant,     Tptieheo-  Wanted, ^echninct' Wauled,  10 wools or  le���������. iio.. each additional  uonl ,l������o cents.  CliaiiKto In lUuidiiif; udvcrll-OTiiipiiU n|lh|  oe in 1j) 9 a. m. 'I liur-day ol ciuh wick lo  iM-eure good di-plliy.   Slaiuling iidvoilihinf!  ,    " nuiiier will hei'lHinged twice u month with-  ���������    oul' mini   eliaiKC       Koiv inon." fiequcnl  ' alterations ihe tune occupied   in malting  uime will bo"*t li.u-ffcd 'at usual 'rates.     '.  developed lo any e.\tcnt in thai  euuiitry is turning oul a winner.  Thai is the Suiiidnn! mine, owned  by'tlio'Prince Mining and Devolop-  mont Company. .' Jn, llio. f.ico of  '���������{irtil dillifiiliii"'tho owners have  slaved'wilh il. till they .have'developed i'i shoot of ore lo depth <'f  fv'0 feet ii nd ,n<* far ni they have  (Irifled on it to the riorlh so ihnt il  is hard lo ������.ny how hn* it exlemls  in ' length ,:ind depth'.' Wlint  It,is    been /'done   on'���������  the,     SkiikI-  THE KOOTENAY, MAIL  Kooteiia.     LocUvo No. 10 A F, &A.1V1.  Kioin (ini1 Own Coiiespouik'iit. <  The' Indies' of the I'lCbl yleiiiin  chinch urCj milking hitr, p!cp;|i'iilioii<-  \>1) thi'ii hii'/.i ir'whiob lakes plueo on  ''I'luii-d.iy iiini'' Kiidnv, Dec. 7lh aiijl  Sib.'     f '    ,      '''*'. ", ���������  Mrs. II'. II. r.nii-d''ind cliiJd   nri-ived  fi'om Nelson Tuo (\.iy lust  'Out nineiic  sympathy   i.s  cnIciuI-<]  In All.'and Mrs   Louis   I'a rent   in   tin  r.Jvhi HIUNTINC; pioniptlyoxeoulodat, mison-  able rtiU;-. I' '  (TERMS���������(Wi.   Subscriptions payable 111 ad  , VHI1CC. .      ,      <-     a , j7 (  cOKHESKl.N'IiKNOK Invited   'on  mullein of  publiofinleic.-t.   Coinnimiicalioni, lo  ICdi-  Uir   inu->t  be accompanied   by   name   of  ,       writer, nolj-iu'eu-vMii-ily for publiealion, I111I  'ft.-evidence of good failli.' Cories|iondenoe  ,,.   -liould be brief. ,< ,'t  We request oup numerous readers to  'lavopus with theii> assistance in  making the KOOTENAY MAIL the  '   most valuabloiiclvei'tisinK-rnedium  tin, the   Kootona'ys^ by< giving* the  '   preference   when    making    pur-  ',, chases  'to  those   firms   who   aro  '' regular advertisers in, the KOOT'  "   NAY MAIL.' <      ,  'M  TAR.  ,M OltR-lSON,     /,,  \J    ..      < 'r       7   U K NT I.ST.  ������<,    " '     - Oi-i-ici-: ,      '  THE' KI'aV   LAWUKXtilO   KLOCIC,  ' J<! . McKeii/.m Avenue. ,    ,.  iinlfl wnn-iiiijs Ihe   belief   there   are 1 l"N-> of |l)iir eldest littje gii 1  whrtdud  other   niinernl   properties" in   tlni'l. nf 1 he Ni "-"Denver Hospital  on   Hun-'  tf *  EDWARD A:' IJAGGKN,  --,-.���������    _,. * i f    1   ���������  , .  .,4 .MlNIXO   /JNOINKKK,'.      "      1     1  '������������������Hem,  A'liericiil  Iiislitulc Mining KiiKincei-l  1   v ^    1 '  ,      ���������     'f J   '   Canadian Mining  In-lit nte.)  *���������, Kkv'klstokk, 11. G.\ ,.,j jj.  Examination of and reports on  Mincial I'ro  ;- ,. _   pertie-i a Specialty.   r_   -   *_-.-  h;^  7UGII    S.    CAVLKV.  ���������f-.  7.L  U.ni-isti'i-iind .Solicitor.  -  OFFICE���������Cornel-  nf Kirnl. Ktieel ;inil  V Boyle Avenue, Ki'vel.-,loke, 13. 0/ . 1  {\j. . __; : :���������  , ��������� V- V  ,[_JARVFY, .McOARTEU    S   ' > '  Eli ���������      ? '.        : AND'PINKIIAM,  ' BARKlSTI-*JtS, SOLICITORS,  K-I'C-,    ,  Okpicks,:   Molsoss ,Ua.n-ic  JIi.ock,  Jtiivni',-  , i ' -    STOKB, )i! (J. ,  ..Money to'loan./        , .  ' ������ .  , Office^: ftovclstokc, li. Ci Kort Steele, II. C.r-  Gko. S. McCautkk,  A. M. 1'i.n-kham,  . '.,     'Re\eNtoke.,ll. 0.  .T. A. IIakvhy, 1 '  .   .Kort Steele, li. C.  A . 7  J. Jl. Scott, LL.H.  <Vc  I1J,  W.  I. lilies.  (COlT^i-AND  BRICGS  Bahkistkrs, Solicitous. U'r'6.'  '   , 1 r  '   ' T " JIoxKy to Loan  solicitors Kon'JMoi.soNS IJa.vk  FirsD Street.  Rcvelslokc,' B.O.  ^belRootena^Ylfeatl  SATURDAY,, DECJSMBER .2,'1905  '- , ,   ,��������� .ALPINE-CLUBS.   *  sicfion tlin't will turn out well.,  Tho oi-o-bodics'nro iiw-ociifteil with  intrusive dykes, and 'nre ii'linii.-t  certiiin lo' improvo with depth ns  f:ir .-is , perniiiiient w.ilur-lovcl, ns'  hus been 11io,onW on the Standard  11s f;ir a's'' developed. ".Tlio liel'd  tliei-cfoi-O'nffgrds tho.host kind of  outlook _ both for cnpilnlisls and  pioiped'oi-s.       .  .        ,    " ,  '-   The Mend i.s; likely ,lo  proves a  eii|)per and silver-U'iiil   field,' while  liiwiiids tlie divide   an;   pegmatite  dyjees r\vhie.li Ciiiry liirge'(jiiiintitieV,  of''exeellent'mii'ii,'aiid micairiiiiunr  is one of llie,  coining   iiK^uslrii;? of-  Oimnrl.'i.    'Then along the (}. I< K.  line , then!   ntT  points   well _ worth  investigation. 7  South   of the liVio,  on    Uio   /loid    li.-iiigc, ,.there,   are  known lo bo deposits of 'golil-hunr-  ing oro,of payajile gi-nde, but IhVo  havo' not   been /Lvploiled  in   any  way.,   'In   (he  vicinity of .11 loci 111-  Wiiet.on both sidys of the"' G. 'I'.'U.  iine,   and   adjiieent   thereto,    firo  largo  deposits of   /.inc. 'anil silver-  lejid ore. , ,.Their convenience   to  transportatioi^ should   inako their  develoinnent sin   Mitnictivc, propo--  sition to nfining inv^stoi-s..'    l'\ '"  Then   between" the "rai 1 Cvn>;"und  Fis'li Creek there'are  excellent de-  posits'of orre. '"'��������� Fish    Creek is,  wo  believe,.destined to   boconio'^ono of  llio greatest mining camps in  Canada. t7_, Here aie^to   hc,7ouii(tex-  lensivo bodies.of  gold 7m I, silver-.  lend ores'(Milyr awaiting Vlevolopo-  ,ment and 'ec|iii|iiiicnt"to bring   rich  i-ewai-ds'^to 'investors.  _ The llSvn,  Oy?te'r-Cri(terion,"    Silver SDollar,  Bealricc,'"iind. Mn'niinolh   are   all  properties J.whcre development has  given,<:salisfae.toiy   t results, , and  there aie iirih.it, section dozens of  properties likely'to show up just as  we'll under development:    There,,is  not the ' slighcst  reason" for   Cam-  'borne'boing   on   the   downgrade,  hero is noUa'  (1 !)��������� I.'i'-I 71'lie linily w.i.s lirouoht li'eii-  fm huii'il, the fiiiici'.il taking pi,ice''on  T'ue.sdiiy lojjie .R ^'rcemntei-y, Hev  J-'iithi'i" .le.uiolte ollioiiil ing.       <- '  Tierney A- Cor-i-iiilroiid conljnctoi-.s,  'of Nelson, who hiive.ljeon working on  this r'osid ' fm' 'sonic inonth.-jii hiiVi'  liiiished (Heir work mill removed their  men"to Midu'iiy.      ���������'   ���������'      y   ,      ���������    <  , I'red yVtk'insnii has purc,ha=ed''0.'ipt.  Dougiil'.-' house nnd expeijts'shoi'lly to*  take,up hi-s le-idi'iu'e'there.       ' ,  {���������'ioiii nm own cm-oHpitiideiil. ' ,  i\l.���������Avei'y,   MiinngOi'  of I lie Arrow;  lie.ni  Ijimilier Company. :i,rrive<l   from  Ontiiiiii Wednesdiiy.' . L    ,,  ' The pig I'ciid ditinihei'i Cbni]i:iny'.s  mill litis (:lo"i;d down for thesen'-oii.  '   .lack    Kelly,   who   has'been in. the  hospital fpr llie p.'ist, weok,, is   rapid ly,  iinpi'ovuig. j ���������   ���������  * t -  The I're.sliylcrinn Kiindny Bolyio  have dicided toehold their Chrislm.ib  Tree on Chii^tiiiii.s'iiight and are voiy  luisy [irepni ing n piligi-iiniiiic; 7 ^  , Mi's. Wilkes of Coni.'tplixjiiiiid Miss  Fr.i'aei- of Itovelstokc,' visited' Mi-s.  Iiighthurno iljiringitho week.    '       t-  .ST.I.K1RK LijlOGC, NO   VI. I. O. O. F.  .Mi el- <i\i-i\ Tliiii'Mlu'  Si! ,r>X.   CM iiin������ liiOddl'Y'llowt  .Hall      .11,   ,h    o'cloi).  JVi-jilini; liullireii coi  rliallj    iiivilcd   In  nl  '������ ' i     lend.  I).  PAI..MI0II, N.ll,   '      ' .1. MATiriH, Src  Al    \~, s\  When/v/orking   <v   '  left   for< S[iok;ine,  'Kd.    Klues  Wiihh.J    j    -t.    (      ,      ,     lvS i ;\   i'7(  \V. Tnylor lin.s left to johiihia family  iu  'vV������iitoiivcr.c iiftor^ spending - the  ���������=1111111101" llOl 0. " '"'    '      '  i J. < Cuiiiiiii&hnui "und family, , C.  Sl)iicks_im(l family, left tliita,wi'0K for  K|iokiiiio where they intend tcTspcnd  the winter. ,    ,     ' i     '   '���������  s We. shiilT* not ijiotico the Ronia  sinile of-K." Lr l1'!eeti'igTor a "ivliilo* ihiw  .ii he biisgone .Over toi Uncle iSam's  domain to spend the wi.iter, but never  mind girls he will he back.   ���������   'v  <  AROUND  IT       i  MACHINERY  a��������� inn o <"i i'(|uhcb  jlll|l|M'lS    tll.'lL    lil.  Ilk" II iflnvc.  .  :  .  'A'zD y  /f*M$*h '0-.i-i.iIn, ol'Jiuhl  ;PmM^[ f1'-   Tl'1"  >   '���������0g%S 'dvii.il l Mini     will'  sin il   (.-re.ise  liki  a    tdi.( l>'s    linek  ii il-   w.il'er.   .   . t  1!UCK   'Ill(ANI)"  t  "-5"   '  iivi'i'ii||,-.'ii? bhoi I.   f  They     'eonliiiu   ij  ,'   none bill I he best, p  < "of imili'Vi.-ils   iinii  hiulin^o niid  aie |  ,, a.-  e.ii el'nlly   fin-  tuid  oul    as  ti  pair  any-  niining camp  where suiiounded by .a^' lieliii-  mineral field.,. "TrouL Lake, Fufgu-  .-on and Voplni;,_aro������>iill ceiitVc-  loiind which lire "to be found extensive bodies of ore and SO fill- ,-IP  legitimately developed they have  done well.''The1 work on the Silver,  Cup show- these rores^ go down.  Then at Pingston "Creelc -is fconc of  the 0largest bodies 'of' zinc- ore  known, and it is a question of rcle-  vising ajmenns of economical treat-q  --|'ment--to   ensure'la rye   reduction  L.istjSuiidny'one of oiir young /ine'n  took a canoe lo'ci'6ss 'ovi i- to thoi other,  side ()f I he j.i iver' tail it7l7eo.iine ,veiy  .stnrin\ tiinl lie did not remr'n "'until  .Miiiidii>i iliuht, and iinxiety^ i.in '\\iy'  1* iu li -imoimsl llio h.iys at tlie .Vrroiv-  hciid ^niill "Thiy in������i.-tcd \ on iMnc  taking*out tli^e g.ivilino������y..clit ' lair in  sifid "'no''-.is'ho could , ii(>sts 'uheid-ho  Hi!-. '    |   I 7i*i        ^ ^        J "      ' '  Dr. .1. ir'-JImnilton^niHl ,llr.' Ben-  -on, of ih'- Imperial Bank stall' heie,  ,ii,e leaving next week .n i trip east.  They'will visTit JS'ew, Vork'cily, JMon-  tre.il and Toionto -    ,7     ' ,,      >    ,  MisS Thompson, who has been  staying wilh i\lrs Lightluirne foiMi  week, has left for her honieat N'.ikusp.  OAtHLrtf-.  U&  OCEAN;   STEAMSHIPS.  J ,      J* oj'ai Mail Linos. "' "  Clicapont Kouto to tho Olrt Country. ,  '*    AI-liAN I.INK-I'Voiii iMoiilival.     .  viUoruui...., '  Knpl. ill  lliivni-iiiii ,,..Ool. (I,  ,*��������� at-"."!'      ' ,,    Old. lit'  'I iinlsian' ,  '. 0(1.20  Vii liii-liiii ,'.... ()cl',-]'l  0.\X. 1'AC. 'ATl.AN'I'K! S. S.-Kiom .*Uoii|ieiil  Ijiiki- t'liiiiii|ila!n    ., -.  . - Supl.iiS  ���������  m del. IL'   '.,.. l. ..Ori. Ml  -I'Voin Monli'i'.il.*   ' (-  ' .' f Sl)|il.L"l  ���������",������������������ S'lpl.HII  ..'.A.... ...,.S..IJol.7   'I  Oc.l.'II   '���������... .' ... Oel.L'l  ���������"���������'   f ,Of|. w  Vancouyer- Culture.  ^toco-operate  with   them.:- Revel  stoke should   aim*at becoming the  tourist centre of the   mountains  of  'British Columbia, and   the   Maga-'  zine "Wonderland," whichthe Mail  i Company are arranging to publish,  will dp much to that end.* There  is no more profitable business than  the tourist trade and it has the advantage of being a cash business.  The more Alpine clubs formed in  the east the better will it be for the  future louris't business'of the mountains, enlisting the interest of all  adventurous spirits in theexploita-  .. tion of the great mountains and  glacier.- of British Columbia'.       ���������  CANADIAN -LIFE INSURANCE.  ,,     It is gratifying to those who hold  life policies'in. Canadian  insurance  companies^ to know,the business in  this'country is free from the scandals revealed in the big  American  companies.    'Hon. XV. S. Fielding.  Minister of Finance, has given out  the assurance   that   he   has   kept  close   tab  oh   tlie  expenditures of  these companies and   has   required  explanations w heie sueh Mere neee--  sary.      W. Fitzgerald, tlie'-uperin-  tencit-nt of the life  insurance   companies states' "thosubjeel* of bond.-,  stocks, loans, cash in"1>ank.-, agents"  balances. depo.-it--!rlaim=, liabilitie-  preiiiiuni',  etc..  are  all   carefulh  gont.- into.    One company  nmilu   a  falsi- rf-tnrn but it ^ out of business  nov,-  and    the   ollicial.-   have   disappeared from Canadian in-uranee  The Canadian manager of a I'riti-h  company  iinden-tatcd   the   re-erve  of unearned   premium   liability  of  the company which   had   Lo   make  an   additional   d'-po-it,    paid    all  Canadian claimant- in full and bad  to reinsure all .'anadi.in ri?k- with  another lite-used company."    Such  peremptory   method-   of    dealing  with    irregularil.ii-   en.-tire    clean  biisine-.- melho(i.-- in Canadian   life  insurance.  icwardsln store for , those  who arc  willing   to   get, in   on the ground  floor and develop the-counti-y   in a  1 legitimate manner.'    This   part  of  the  country "need ' not   be   behind  hand in piogreos.    Nature has pio-  vided mineral and' lumber   weal tli  in abundance  to  afford   profitable  employment to all the capital  and  labor that can be employed   in 'its-  development.      What   is wanted is  that the people of'the whole Revelstoke Riding should   pull  together  as   ono   man,   helping   each "other  loyally   1111(1,7working  shoulder to  shoulder.   There is no" room for the  knocker iwhere people will get  together like   this  and pull together.  Great   things   ai-e  not achievedjiy  isolated', individual action   but   h\  a long pull,   a   strong   pull, and "a  pull all together, ancHf the  people  of this 'city   and   surrounding dis-  ,",',)"!  trict would only  take   that, stand.     '"'  sound, steady  anil  successful progress would be seen on all hands.  'r Vancouver is'" consideted one of  Canada's citici <" blessed above all  otlicis.' An equable climate, ideal  location,1' ii'id a prosperous city, chief  centre of the Oriental trade.  Business life, is not. so strenuous  as iu K-iitern cities, and there is an  air of lefineitient .ancb culture about  Vancouver,aml IJntish Columbia people,  tli.it oulv comes to these -who iiave  k'1-.urc to cultivate the' ijr.ict.-.- of life.  Mayor TUisceiebe, of Var.coitvcr, has  recently -riven a fair itidlcilton of that  cilv'staslf, h.t.iiitr piirc!..ve,otl a sn.i-j-  . iilfirunt Niwti a'e M'LIiLiuw l':.u'q,  vvitii spuu'.il "-AiL fn~e ch--ipin.il bv  J'int'5.  of  ih-'v  Virl..   irom  the Wnitt  tier Father's"  "ieiiiiiess foy-a  Simple 'Remedy,,.  Saves her father from a drunkard's qrave.   Free'  sample ol Samaria Jaslclcss Prescription checks'  liis drinking anil leads lo a complete cure. ' ''  It seemed  hopeless  to keep fathei-fioin*  diinkinjj, and we  all felt the,disgra-  ce.   When things  wereat their worst  a friend advised me,  to try' Samaria.   I  saw that you offered  a fiee simple treatment  and-, that  the  remedy was tasteless  arid could be given secretly, il determined *  .   .    "to tr.y it  and,,have''  ������   been glad   every day  since. The full treatment; '  , , . ,.    which I gave hint in his tea,  cured him, nnd'I am pleased to say he.never t  toiu-hes whiskey now. 'irow glad I am that I  _-vwoliLyou and how happy we all arc together -  liathcr says I hat hc conlif never have stopped  uii'iuii.g of his own accoul." ,.  < fr'pp 55a,������vjr2a*;i> an-:{*3-.-.phleti,'5viiij������fiiH  * s t.C_ *. <H,i������ii.y ��������� ,,,, ti,-n;.,.iR, t sumonial',  and price seat m pi liu .v.-il I -\ >:oj e,- Col-  responiU-at-e saer*. "Iv c a' ie-t.i il. Addr.",-:  T-n: SV:.IAI!T\'ri:"i'- V C )., ft*- Joman.  C'.,uubera, jorrian St., T���������.onto i_.i:iada.      ,  l,.il,i' Kno  biiKo JMaiilloha' '. .   ,.  ' UOillNipN UN'I  llnii'iiiilun !..' .'   .,  OIIIIM.l i|'���������,   ICllII-iilljrlOll   ... '.   ...   ,.  Ciiiiiiiln , .'..    ,  .Soiillnvaid ;'      ,,.  liiiininioii '... .,  ,)      AMKll\0A& lilNK-l'VonuNow VorU.     <j  si. 1'iiui : ;>... ,.s'cni. ;io  .NevvYoi-l.-..."'.    '..".(lei. 7  SI. bums.....".- ...i....': ' ,.',  ....Oul,  Mi  Philadelphia..:...n ���������. ; ,o,.|   ������\  St. I'.iul',. ..��������� < r. .".-,.,.-..()C|*. 2i,  ,  \\'riII'KlS,l'^.it l.lNK-KVdmiVov) Ynrlt.  /roiitonic.' {..'. '.'. /..Ri'ni  w  Ocean iu '......". ...rtOd.   I  Hnlllc: 7 /.   .'.'...'. 7...0,;I.I.S  Tuuldiiii:./          '.? Oi;l. !!7  (JUNAItll'L.INK-li'ipin Xow York.    ' , j  l-Hi-iu-ia .  ..j.     ..V ..,t,y-.i .-.'  r..i.7Si-pl.:������l  (,'illinium . ���������.    .. '. i.    ..oL|,. |  llinliiia..    ���������r..v...'.' '.   (id, i  biii-onia....^ ._. '..'..'Ocl.   I  I'.lruna    .     .        ,r  'Ou.   7  ' I'assengei-.s^ickolcd thi-oukhto all p'aiw ol  Gi-cal Mnlaiii and Ii-oliind. aud..tl sppci.illv low  rates lo all nails uf ihoi Kui-oin'ii'i t tin!i*iifti(  Apply In iieivi-flsl i-ailmiy or -le.uiisliipagi.ni m  lo^.^..;   ���������^- Ji^j..^ ���������_     _ ��������� ,  ,T..W. BaVD3H\W. Agent. - Uo nl������/o'io  W. P. F   CUMMINGS".    Pnoific' Ajrnnt  YOUR CREDIT jg GOOD*. FOR  SON & CQ'S  f; FUNERAL-DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS:'  Ijf     ,|  J!     J_  ������SS?&  1 _      "^ The _ Sweetness' and '��������� Power of the'.'"r"., c,   .J  :-^New:5cal^yWiiiSams';PiM     t '*  < 7*-The .Williams'has-thejpngest'strings to the.scale,"*!:."  "     'largest sounding-board, and  most* powerful action.^,-"'  , In loud passages   the tones swells  out  strong and  sonorous, equal to the'-"  1.he^'5.S!.dci?^s of cl.ass!c_aI .musl1- TXet '!}<* Hslitest touch .brings the7sweet;  Y,* singing tone^thai: makes tho' WiHiams a delightful accompaniment of{the"voice  * '-���������-     "I received the.pianoand am delighted with its finish and its ^cellent '  .  tone."���������Hon!���������G. W. Ross. Premier of Ontario."      , '    ' i.  e-i  ������3  LECKIE BOOTS  & Co . v.lrls i  11'1,.^-ter  F.'ir.  rci-f'^i-'l   .-l ;-  sa:r������  ��������� ;������ie,   , f  >;���������������', s-li-' w  certi-ii'.v ���������' > -  whore. 'T-ny  hoiiNtl-i.'   n/  ai-.rt n.s  Ihw:  M  ��������� 'ttllf!  ���������uv r  at Xi'-.v Wrt-  !5f.- .-nits vcre  ; . \X\~.v.!.:- st!.r at the  'f'li   In-.c:;'t :cr-i   t'"e'  "'Ills   Pl.T-u   ..fit   sllfl' U  , I -L'.r ��������� ;. -rifi.������^i:i"'fi-t-  "-; *.i7t V������.i!:.-s fjano  ���������tr ;-.t..t'.-n forarti-itic  I*.., c! t-*ci:!.--.vt:.  fifc'-' fa-iiranco     tfjir  Grip Quickly1 Knocked  Out, '  'inn: iitH;  k- .i������  tl tllll Mil!  CORRESPONDENCE.  THE MJN'LXG OUTLOOK.  With the hisrh ],i-iceB fnr the  mettil.- the inininir industry of  Briti-ii Coiunibia .=liotilrl ho on ;i  better basis than ever before in the  history of the province. The Hip  Bend to the north of Revelftoke it-  a mineral field of immense pro-  mi.-e, little explored a.- yet. From  the water.-hed of the Seymour River  right acro.=- to the liocky Mountain?  there  are   c.\cel!ent   ininei.il  in-lieafion?. niul the counl'rv ,, ffonl- i ,..,���������..,, |���������. ,,,,,. ,,,  ,���������.,, ,��������� ,,,���������,���������, , ���������,  alino.-t   a   vn-L'iii    {-round   f"r    liu.- , |,ir,l I lie I i..,.-n ipiu,.,!   |,v   , |���������. ���������,,,.,;  prospector.      The    only   juoperly' treiitiuuiit.    rioltl l������y all di  UAMP.U.VG.  1-Mitnr Koiur.vn  M\n,: ,  Sir.���������Can you tell your rentiers ulmfc  the Licfi'.^e Coniiiii-<.iniiHrt> .up  ci.iiiit;  iiluiut   let-uliuins?  t;aml'linpr''     TIupp  nr I'.mi ueeks :ij;o you   stutcil   it  mix  .-.hut ilomi_ tight.     Xow   it in t-i polled  ���������.'.'tiiiblini; i.s again iviilo open null   the  nnvi 1    .-tijuil.Ltion    th.it     the     hotel  liepei-1  :n-e to   take  p.irt'in il thein  -elvi.x.      W'hy   don't   yon   report (he  liH'etini!-! of  the poliee ('oiiiiiniuioners  .nul   let   the  public   knrm   jux(   ului!  they .ire doiinr '     Thiii- Im-inr-H i-, of  ni-   much    importance   in     the   citv  council   which   yon   ie[iort . regularly  Can vou tell me hoU il is  t hut   one of  th'-e lict-:i-e i.-ommi.������.-ioiici-x, uho is  a  pillar of the ehiiieli, icirit to   |���������.   t|���������,  piincipal iiistruiiiei t m the n l.iYntion  of giiuihling   re������iil,ilio,|������ '       \\ j||    ||l0  cili/eiiM of Xo. 1 Wind, v. li . aieciying  out for the moi.il elev.itimi of flic city  roll up niid again   did  l hix alde-in.in  to ael li i- he In j doni  hi foie '  fNonsrioK  fMnco receipt of Ihin h ttei we hav  leiupiiif'd  of   the police comrni-iinm-r-'  'and me inforinid   they ins'i ue.tirl I In  hotcl-i that no titi-lioin g.uribler.s ueie  t(> he .llloiwd nround, find  eveiy ell'ort  ii being made to rid the town of them  I'm. K. .M.]  An  Emergency Medicine.  For '���������plain-',  hruisis,  hums,  xcilds,  andsiniil.il  mj h   there  is  nothing  so gnod a-. ('IiiiiiiIk I'liiin'i. I'.iin llnlni.  It so'ilhes Hie n'oiu d, ���������ll(| nilt ()I||S  gnf'j   insliiiit    iclirf   fnnn     piiii,    I.ui  the .-'.-'.iti-  wftuei    \\titJ..'i   i,.i!.h< -T.\    ���������.ufi;   ,M d  .    If eontiacied .-e-.ire   coI'K. v.lii.'h  .-.pecliiy diueloprd into \Jiti *,\'*ir-' kind  Of III  glippe nitl,   ,il|   jft   rtll-rible,',!;,.  torn-,'' x:iy, Mr. j. j. Kglc4f,���������,>o������  Maple r.nnling, Jo-ah. "Kiiic- and'  joints vicltiiig iiiiw'Ji-7 uf.re he.ul  stopped Up eye=; find nose ruiniiii'.',  with   .ilt.in.i i-   -pdK ot   Hi'b'x-   .ini]  f'-V 1 .U'e Ipi'.'.in Usll.g CIl.llll'il'Vi nn -  Cough .ReiuuU. .niling the -,ki,tl. :y{h  adoxf-of CIiiiiilH'il.inih'rt'iiiia'sli ind  f.ner T.iliht-, and lij in jiliernl imc  ������r on O.'Iliplf tely I, i ,��������� *\ d out 1 fir-grip "  Tln^eT.iblet-'prone,(e.i hi 'll hv action  of Mie hiUM-is, livef ,i,,,| fcjfj,,, v.t u|,|, j,  l-i .ilii.iy- ii'nelir |.||   wlen    I lie -\ item  I^DEFY THE  I'SOUCHEST1- USAGES*  1     ,.   *  g .   'i'bey nrf- ihexiaune.h fiieml  g  of the  log .;f r,  pro-pec tor and  ������  'liiner,   ancl   the .in h eneniv  of; he euMnm (-hoemaker.  LKCKUt]    l-.OOI'S   can, In  ���������i I c(l     upon     to      M-iIid      tin  (-'-. ri-t     sMr.iin     l hat    s)u���������..  '<i atiici   !-- 1 iel   puji'li).     1  ui-it    g','    back   nn   nu    prox-  P'ltnr   oi     miner    ".hen" far  M-om the bu-y haunti- of men.  .'ion -"(   mm i,       .L'X'kll'*  !,!()() J 's      will     s,|Ve      yon     .\v(;  ( Mino'    --ay ;    vye   do    know.  Iri'v.e.-i r. l.ha; t7e-,   \ii|[   ������(..,r  hi ir ,. .\.    tr.11;������    fix   worn..  m . a gre,,f ,1,-fil  longer  III"    ''   liool- '  A-k fni   l.i : KiC"|'Di,(-   ;  '."i'<*r     Im !b"|i'.     or  Mcur" tl. iii i ii sou  i a  I  His Dei*���������  t s rixin's  "   \Vrito WillKiiim Piano Co': Wd.^Osliawa, for copies of������ill���������strated booklets  ou .the lnctory and- constri.ctioi. of a Piano, ,or,call at'the locaf -.Varerooms     " *  REVELSTOKE INSURANCE CO., , -'^:Eevelstoke!  , There's one ^ room ,in the  house ��������� the lord arid' master  furnishes to suit his individual  fancies���������wifey isn't often consulted.   Largely 'because the  furnishings are picked up" on the impulse  of the moment���������they "hit hiV'fancy and  that settles it. There's a quick change of  owners and the "odd bit" joins the other  "immortals" in Mr. ManV"hall of fame."  <f We know the sort of things that tempt  him and keep the variety fresh.  <I Some new tteins for the "collection"���������  just i.i. r r  ^K^^^  Notice the dean simplicily of '  irt tltMCnf ll  hy   i eoid  grip.     Foi s,ip. hi ,n|  ir .-irtii'I-  'll 'l_r������������������!-!'���������  >t       111!  I  It is Worth Knowing  Tint (''in*,', I'ollul Ham, Hiefor  tl.inii' ipic.nl on (Ins uell liutteied dry  lo.ist |))o\es ,(   ii, ;.(  ���������|lpi ti/U.g IhfiM'I  (li'l ,i copy  -hike" to si  Pi ire If I  of  nd  Pietme-ipli  to Voll!  Kill 'c  USE  MAHUfACrUREO  UV  .  LECKIE   CO.,   Ltd.,  VANCOUVER^ B. C.  |~-,A    I    [".IN    I   O     ind Copyright  HOV/LaH'BRfTTAIN.  famous hifih Mti/in .Mnrfnn 1 of ^nmh, Mfay'^nJ dJmlnitiv.  [ this  cun.    TI'"  "^     *' i   *���������   . . *���������r-* r^r��������� ������-  barrels nr  m'liV)       TT"'"y, U(i u"ca- -acterni imprcnt  i in% e your dealer order it lor 1 ou.  - M^ciS  J,    \f nml lfil"sl' n,e "V,tfccl-,, V'e wci"hl '" ���������>y ^ POunJ-"- 'The full choice  3*     t nlf T^'f-"5 "C" nS I''?*-k,l������������<fc' "."d *> chambered that 2H inch or '  snuis maybe u-cd. -Seicr.-.! improymenls in ihe opcraling mils mc'ce il ihe eaiiesl. most .  :c.    We nre elad lo make il  iwssible for every lover of guns '  .������ your dealer order it 'forTou7 "|"   " Sh������' 8"n "' '"     ~  ScnJJo^hc fflahfa Catalogue and Experience Book lo-'Jau.   Free for3 damp,.  sfie/ffac/i/iJirearjfis ������al42*wi"W strcc't, New Haven, a -  Victorious Through Merit  "IlUOE MARK IBC0I3TERE0 NOV~AA, MM  ' , OXYDONOR IriiMiiplis I1ii*<iiikIi nici-it-foi- yuiii-,  >l, h.is lii'i'ii   llie 1 ilo kii.uiI  el   niniu iliiui.ii million  III'IMIIIS,        II   isjlic   I'llllllllllMH'lll.   (if   lliu   lllt'llU',!    law  l.iiowii Ui liiiiiiini suicnci;., In it, is ciiiicuiitMlod the  i" im ii ik.u nl llie i;rt'iilest, soionlis! of the iikc. *A  liili'u el lm-o lor liiiiiiiiinly. _ r,  aNii oilier nKCiioy lor 1ioii.IIli   Ims so  iniiny faithful  liii'iiiU ���������noni'other desiji \us so ninny.  OXYDONORiiistilsiio������-li|-o inlo lliiisj^li-in: ii'Kciier-  .lies, ic'iiiv i^iiiiiloMiiut iil,ili/.i>s I'lury oiiiiin into llie '  ,     ,   ,',. ,        ,.',������" c    in������liei-illseli.iiKu 01   llio Munition  lor  Hindi N.itmo  hid Kloil I lii'in.    Its leo hnnus Mgoioiw lu-iillh Willi all llie  \ "kui-oiis iwtivily Hint, makes   life'  No in.it I ei- uh.U ilisiMscjon Ikho, I Ins is lhi-diilj nnliii-nl uuru for il. There is no daiiKcr,  no li.iin. no (IpiJiji-noi inoilii'ino in iisniK OXVDUNnlt. -  ... ���������' "'" l'.,s| ���������i.lirul'iiH'iiiKlsorvolliu whole liimily. SKNI) TQ-DAY Tor book I!) mailed free,  \\ rite ns. i description of jour e,u,o. x .  >   "    *   , i      INFLAMMATORY   RHEUMATISM. '       -   '    "  Mr..I.is. Anson, Itossl.nid, ll. <;.. i;,,,,., wrilis, iMnrch 11, mill: ''Some live vears iiirolijot  urr* ir'.'.V. !','"' ���������",''," I" y-lis V'"1,1'1"-'from r*',,li'11' "Vi^"^- Altei a wei'l.-; use Ihedoetor  riVVnA... i')������i|ln���������i  .." "'I ���������*���������"������''a elisuiiio,-in l.iuL it was enough ui indiiee Mini  to Kol an  ''\^(|Clll(lll'MIIISSl^li'l������ ^ i i  .,m.'i\sI",!','.1,!!"<'."k" ,"-v"lll!ll:l'1, iiii.ilpieknf iiill.unni.-ilory i hoiiniiHhsni. She could nol walk  ,, 7 ' .-,, r.v, !. 'l''U!,sU'',lll*n- M"' "I'l'luil n\,doiior, .ind hefoie.niKlil Ihe |i.un had  U',��������� \-,,i . si ' " '"J'lfli'-ru WH*- xyi-y Inili'suelliiiif, and she could walk as well as ever,  MiidsuH.^MliiKpJiies"        00'0   "L't''0   C"*J'I<"11"'"111'1 ".iMinilci-a duel ors cue   for a month.  "IL has i-iiiii(| oftisuvei-e cold."' -    ������ ,i ��������� '  BEWARE OF DANGEROUS1 AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.  1 he Ki'iiinn. has thu iihiik-oI " Hr. II. &uiolioic Co.," plainly stamped on iU metal part-  Dr. H, SANCHE & Co , 2267 St. CATHERINE ST., MONTREAL,  I*,l  (��������� 5������sj o^3a?*������/3\&'S'\a'S\a/s\a/s\s^\$,'S'4,'(  .Iniggiuts,  And u,i\e U'l.ipper- for I'm iiininii  ItOY \l, CI.'OA X K();\P Iimi no cfpi.il  on I he iiini-kel.    Drop ni ii   c.-itd   nnd  H' U lit III ill Will ,1 ffltlll(>(;i|( lllllstl,it-  llie   III" I.ell Ml Iill     |il( III III ll l-i   Ue ollei .  Flic Uoyal Soap tn..  Vancouver*. M. C. Liinilc-d  itf..  A    r>  ���������J-, st ere-'! P.-it.;nt   Attorn'-^  '  mi'i[l ,11'nn,")    .n,l   l'rn{,,i, i  *!��������� tl< Id I'lo< y. (.rin-.ilk -t .i.  VANCOUVER,   B.   O  ���������    I     '.  ,1     ei-lln  .ii.w    \},{,  'ireici'  I'f  ill  "ii<  lpp'illi-  I'lII    .' "IU   ll i  NOTICE.  Vf'IK I. IA ir..|(l'.riY IIIV'KV lh/,l thin,  J "l 'I iis.ifn r dull ������r inlciid |r, iippp, o, n���������  ' 1ml I niniiiHsioiii i ,,! I 1111I4 and H ork tm n  -|i<i I il hi ��������� n-<( to 1 nl .ini 1 nrv ,n'iit tiiriln,  Ireni tin foll..i -ini< di-( nhirl IiiikU  ( 1 mi '  id,  ll  I,  AND NOTHM  \'(;'iiii: n ni:iihiiv 7irvKN timi kkiv  iN     il.i}'Hkft(i d.ili'we Intend to applj Iodic  Hen    lie   ( lnef   C'liiniiiN^ionei   of  IjuiiIh and  V.'i.r's-i for tn 1-inH-ihiri to piiruhimothe folloivinif  di -(rioi'd l.i nd-, 'Simile In thu ItcveWnlaj Dill  , 01 of \\< it Konli 11 ij HiMlilot.   Cijiiiiiii'iiuliix  nl  .1   ji'el   ii'iiiil'd on  I Ik   Last   Hank of the  i-iiliiriililii   111', el .1I1011I  one half mile ninth of  'he 11 kiiiIn of (-,11111 * (Vi el,, and niiirk'.d "P.M.  ",- I). Co   Ltd. I.v h rf. H'. Coinei.'  thence K11-I  Kl.ly   (iiiun'i.    thi'iiui   N'oith   ������i������Jily   clniliif,  tli ui 11 Wr-^t -Klj chain 1 he tho hiiiiki moro or  Im to   I'm   toi-u   flunk   of  Coliiinhla   fillrr,  Ihuici    folloKluK    tin-   fiiiaiiderliitf*   of   Ihe  1 iilumliiii Iti^ci  in 11 south'rly dii-ci-tion |o|li<-  poliil of (iiiiine iim iniiiit, roiitniiiiiiK   '-"H aeri". j  thoi 1 01 h ^-i  fi iti (I Ihu "Mil dm of .-li pli inlii-r. A.Ti.IIKi'i.  Im   I'lllMI, Mimmi Jfc ill.Vl.r.OI'MI-M  '(Htl'lW. tilMIIKI) l.i.wui.irv.  '���������,1 Im    li  The Dress lakers Faybrite. Spool Silk  Kvcry stiicli i.s a stitch of strength when you  ���������"iIJIXDrN-G'BSIIJC.    Garments won't  -' fin, won't ravel���������because licldii  ind tnut'h.  f>  r)  (->  o)  ( 1  (o  f,J  11  ('���������  I)  (���������  Beldin  Si>  mi  \i\V lit 11 |,'i  I    ill |i,|.,I ,,|   ih.   ilril||  ' 01  1 ol K   v 1   Mloi It  ������i.ll  on   |i���������    lw  ' I' 11 I- \ii" I    l.'l ���������   11ml   in ukiil   " lhi    I 1 ,l��������� 1 c .I,,, im. Niiilnei fonid, Ihe Musi nr A! , hiinlc s Tine Tar S" ip Inn's  1 11 1 ni.illi I';" 1 li "Ins thu,,, 1 -| In ! mil ,,roi.||i, -kin. I'bile |iiniii|>l l> eh ioi-hik'  ii 1111 -iiiiIIi 10 ii.h.niw. 1 hence wi. 1 In 11 nl uti a ���������>: oil nisi, c|c luviilimlil'i for mo  I."11!."'. [''.'Iilllieni 1 incol. I I . h.iliie-,  fil'lllei -.   s|iiMMliime     Kree ' *'Uii|i|.  of  :. for pOHlaKc   Albert Toilet .Soap  faotiirt'i-.s, Moiitruul.  is best for machine, plain sew-     j> ���������  ing, embroidery ancl all fancy work     f  because it is the strongest     Made . *  in all shades to match everything     ������  you make by hand or machine.  Leading   dry   goods   and  fancy goods stores have  Bcldiug's  rrr        s;i,c.  . ^^^jj^E^srsja   ft������lj������\������/������������.������,iii'������ Jt'^j'si J o'n,Sj> it���������??' w- "*��������� ~"''"~"~"^"eg/oval's 9-Syer|  S:  M&B!3gP&&8&>  I" l-lvvl. l.r.MIIHK VOSWAXX I.IMVVV.U I iv, nipt; ol���������'-.'<:'  Uilvd .W. |{, IUim |.u��������������� iimiiiifiio iifii^wSaiao.  tl.ltf...������CI-^|  *m*M*tt#m������Ssai)������lliiffia^  . "'    '* rm-r    ��������� ��������� ...   .,  ,   (,       ..,,   ,        urn  3E  ,^���������<;^iM������n*������w*t>.Mfa.l.^M<.w������������������to.���������. ���������������������!���������������������������������������*���������*���������������������������'"���������������-������"���������������������������������. .LiLAiLZ^^.^g^yT^^^^rtwi.iii.;^...^..... .i,,^-^ ZZ~7i Jiubi ������������������,,.,n.^u.i��������������� ii hnwiiiii��������� *���������     ������������������������������������������������������i���������..r    ��������� ��������� *���������'���������  THE'KOOTENAY MAIL  tho  eans -mBread-lVIalcing  L   Flour", is 'composed  of ���������myriads of,  ,tiny granules.- ,    ���������      ,   '      ���������  To make good bread these granules  must-be uniform in.size. -" '���������  * '     i, i /  -���������Inpoorly milled Hour some granules'  are larcj'ef some small  ;)i  "The small ones absorb yeast, "rise" '  and '.'ripen" before the large ones���������'-  the'result  is-'-brcad  of- coarse,  poor  texture. ���������. .'���������'''  , 1 he large granules arc hot d cvclopcd '  into "sponge,"^Llieyi'bakc"into heavy  hard particles,-spoil,the texture of the '  : bread * and, make it harder to digest'  ���������  f ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR  ���������  7is perfectly' milled���������all the flour^gra-,/  i. ��������� nul cs arc uniform, in1 size���������the 'sponge ;  ,rises umfonnl)'���������the bread is even in,  ������  '���������\  texture -  ���������looking;''  digested.  perfect ' ino flavor  appetising ' bread  Ogilvies back it-witl  7jf\- tion hy branding it  w  THE CAVE.  Continued from First l\i<  up, ii most be.iiiti/nl bight gicct-s  eyes.    Jt \ia=; tit once 11:11m d    ,'  "tiii: nn.-Mi:.''  i 11      - >���������  All   prn������re-.    m    it    .-on I h easterly  direction along Cougar Cietik beyond  the point represented on, the map ivns  haired hy a, veiy lmi- rnof :it due place  11 nd nt nnotlier by 'the a eep ili^cent  nnd the swiff hiii-icni of the cieek  itself. 1 t 1  ; This portion of Ihe cine, nboi-e nnd  below  the  hills   or "Tlin/rnrbiiie," is  tilso n section ((h a   bud   iioier  been  I entered   befoic  .Mr.   J'liit-.ohniaii and  ! tlie_writer entered   it,  on 'October, 2S.  I'JOS.     In fact the first e.\ploiiil,ion of  tho bottom of this ciive nt  11113   point,  unci   the   locution   of   Goiigm   Creek  running tliroiiRh it, is   beiu" lecorded.  Pas-sing  on   in h southeasterly dii-  ection fiom the pointy for 11 di-tancc  of   25(J. feet   an,'ciltl  w.iter course is  enteiod that we linnled  "tiii: aist n w,r.i:i:y'' \] -  because of tlic/ hciuitiful <le'pf������itsof  carbonate, of lime. '.This lime accumulation is white or creamy white witli  an occasional tint of pink. . It ie-  sembles head's of canljlloweis set close  together without ' interveninu  iiiiiMii'innss is very beautifu..  , From "The A\ t Gallery" forward for  '200 feet sevonil more .spots withdiine  iicciinndat ions ai 0 I'o'haseen. "  -Immediately    after   ' p,i.=hiiii;     (he  sou then st end of 'TI16' Ai t Cnlkirv'' a'  waterway on the'right  was  observed,  but it was  inaccessible  except   for n  short distance   owing   to   its almost  vertical ascent and to its  iiiirroiviie.ss.  This may be the inlet from "JCntrance  No. '1" which   is'-Lower,Goat Falls.".  This _ is  not  positive,  however,  as  a  passage was   observed   branching   oil'  from the loop of Cougar Creek at-"The  Turbine." t  The   writer   thinks'   the  latter the  most probable'inlet'from  "Lower Goat .Falls."   ''This   inlet  at-  "The Turbine',' was not explored -as a  ladder'wns needed.     <  From   the  waterway  ig space,  ID your rubbers give you  satisfaction   last, season?  Jf    not,,    they  have been  ~ Rubbers.  "the mark/of  .   ,when buying���������it is  /only    on   the  1  genuine.  couldn't  " Canadian "  Be  sure   of  quality'*  h  *\ strips  ������<7  THE MARK OF QUALITY.  t ��������� .  99  mi t of the cave by reason of acctiinu-  ateiPwalci-n,1' has boon' verified,/iti  ���������.renter, part, ' That ��������� '   , <  a vi:i:v i:x'i'i;.vsivi; oavi-ily i:xists  in this area, beyond .that already ex-  map, Jis a  SEE  the  ������gilvie's Royal Household Flotir.  is  I J.  to  decoration   of   the   cave, hy the concussion of blastinsr, is also  prevented.  '   A* blast ..might ' work   ruin   to,'., this  attractive feature. '      ', '���������"  1 .     i 1 i  At a point on the main p.issageway  ���������    nearly opposite "The Pit," and marked  'A on the map. an opening was   found  through  which  we dcscended'"to the  ,    present bed 01"  Cougar  Creek  at the  bottom of Uie cue.    This passage led  .ns   north 'diiectly   under "The Pall  ' liooin,'*' where   an   oxaminution   was  made uf the bottoms of   the 'gigantic  pot-noles, now in ruin, and of the  old  ' water grooves.     We naturally named  this spot , <.  '      "the old iiii.i..''  It   certainly   did   grind   for matiy  centurus before  it fell   into ruin and  disuse.      Parsing   still - nirther along  this passage in   a   northerly direction  we came   down   upon   Cougar  Creek  Following up the cieek   to the  point  marked 11 we discovered   that it  heie  makes a   sudden   turn   to the north-,  west.     Photograph No 20 shows  this'  turn to the left with Mr. Deutschniati  standing on the edge of Cougar Cieek.  Continuing up the'creek we came  to  a1 place   uhcre   the    low   roof    and  accumulated gnivel'prevented  further |  progiess'.     This   point   is only about  200 feet from where Cougar Creek disappears near "Entrance iVo. 2."     Returning to the point li'we continued  on in a noitherly direction and  found  a different kind of giavel and bouklei'o  in the bed of the channel.    In Cougar  Creek above the point li it consists  of  marble  and  schist   with   veiy   little  qunrtzitc   which   is   chiefly 1 white or  light in color.      But   in   this branch  channel quartette of a dark' biown  or  red color constituted almost the entire  gravel.     The same gravel   had been  observed at "Pear Falls" and  the   inference was at once drawn   that  this  wjs formerly   the   inlet   passage from  these   falls.       From     the   map   the  proximity of these falls to this passage  makes the inference alinostconclusive,  yet further exploration is nece.-sary to  make it positive, for it can as  well be  the  inlet  from   "Upper  Goat Falls."  Continuing to the northwaid wecnnie  to a sudden turn to the right,  beyond  which the most ragged walls are to be  seen that have been   found  anywheio  in the cave.     Tho jugged   points and  grotesque    shapes  at    once    inspiie  caution.    It was named  at an angle of 'about G5������ to the west.  Along its line on the surface the  ravine of  . "nn.vit i.'alt.s"-<  has been formed, also the depression  through" which its'waters now flow 'to  "Entrance No.'3.", From this-entrance, down into the , cave ��������� these  waters have cut their way' along this  same fault, joining Cougar Creek below, ancl in their passage have formed'  "The Pit."   ' -      ��������� *     '  ,_This portions of the cave"'just described from ,V 'northward "and downwind.along'Cougar Creek to the limits  mentioned, and-the passage from 13 to  "The Terror," had never "before been  explored until Mr. Deutschnian and  the writer entered it on.Oct. 27, L9u5.  It is one of the most interesting and  instructive portions of the entiie cave.  It tells a long story in history fiom  the first gi hiding of "The Old MiIl",to  the present'day erosion, probably  MORI* TIIAX '10,000 YI'WJK.  Returning again to the point A and  continuing along the ' passageway,  which from here runs in a south  easterly direction nilong the strike of  the strata, many interesting features  are met with. l ���������  ' Fiom the map it'will be observed  that those sections of the highest old  wnteiways thus far thoroughly e\-  pjoied'and surveyed, from "Entrance  No. 2" to the* present southeasterly  limit of the cave, are all on a line and  thi'.t this line is coincident with the  strike of the strata. The omitted  sections of it that lie on either side of  "Tho Pit" have been cxploied sullici-  ently to determine that they arc on  the s.uiic line. They arc so nearly  filled with debris as to be unattractive. .The fact that this old waterway  was originally straight and continuous  along the st'-ikc of the strata,' and  passed close to "The Pit," forms a base  from which to study tho subsequent  changes.  At a point about 1!)() feet forwaid  from A a passage to the left exists  that leads to the brink of  .,-    ���������,  on  the right,  just' beyond "The Art Galjery,"t our  courscwas down over" laive 'musses of  fallen rock for a distance of 300 feet;  then turning to the' right and still  I continuing,down through V, narrow  passageway for a distance of 100 feet  more, we entered a beautiful opening  or 100m which we called   ''  , "Till: liltlnAf. CilA-MUKIi."'  The decorations of'carbonate of dime  are creamy white "audi very'dainty.  This room is formed against a -fault,  showing that Cougar Ciaek was here  deflected'by it to an easterly course. "'  - No way .of getting down to the  present bed of Cougar* Creek at this  point, without ladders, was discovered.  The roar, of, water plunging'doM 11 a  steep incline could be. cleaily heard,,  and it is assumed that the cieek continues along'this fault for some distance. We were greatly disappointed  in not being able to���������descend to its bed  as this seems to hc the only avenue of  entrance to,the openings that .unquestionably exist, between "The'  Bridal Chamber" aiid 'where Cougar  Creek emerges to the surface. Just  where the last point is' we have been  unable to determine as; n'o sufficient  outflow''of water has''thus far been  found on the surface to-positively  locate it. ��������� \     "    -  Immediately" 'over . "The * Bridal  Chamber," about-���������125'-'fcet:above it,  exists the,extienie southeasterly end of  tiii; or.nusT wateuway  in the cave,  and   which   has  a heady  been   described   as   partly   in   ruins.  plored  and  shown  on  foregone coiiclusinn.'  The total length of tlio passageways-  sinvcyed and measured .by the -writer  thus far amounted to about dOOO feet/  ,or four fiftlhs of aLJmile. To sec the  caves at this'timo, before any im pi ovc-  ments aie inaile, tho visitor must roll ace his steps in every'passageway,  thus doubling the distance named.1 lie  must travel S000 feet or one and three  lifths miles on the main' passageways.  Tins does not include the distance bc-<  tween the entrance nor the little side  trips that will_bo made hero nnd there  in thocave to get closer to the various  points of interest. The distance into  the cave is now so great that it will  lequire'lhe visitor to be a person well  used to climbing in order to "view the  entire cave,in one day.     ,.,'  pkoi:ai!1.i: acii: oi* cavi;. ','  The marble rocks in which the c.tve  is formed belong most prob.ibly to the  Devonian ago. " No'fossils were found  however.to positively verify this conclusion. -The ' limestone-rocks have  not .been completely changed* into  marble at all points as  was  observed  orn.iinciUal  Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese-'  rind J.-tpancse g'tDod.s  The best assortment 'ever  landed   in   Revelstoke   of  ���������useful    , unci  ; .articles:  ���������    '������������������''"���������."������������������rvices'  ,.- ���������   mown- Pols  -      lll|e--       " . -- UmlnolliiSl.iiiils  ���������>   I,       ,^   .     ' <       *��������� ''"null Il.iskcls  Umo Uh.iirs SmokliiK .lncl.-ul.s  ;iliui(ll.ui'cli;ofs y SilkOoniU  ���������   GOLD'FISII  Kiucst Block of cuwlie-J aVul fruits iiWown.  Front -Street, Revelstoke.  NOTICE   *  M-OTIOK IS IIUHISHY   GIVKN tli.U, tlui-lj  X>    (lays .ifliii-(Into, ������-u inlonil to       ���������   ���������    ������������������*  Owing to its original continuity" in  straight line for 1000 feet, and its  piesent broken condition, we have  named it "The-Ktiined. Aqueduct."  Photograph 32 is of a beautiful brown  accumulation of lime'snrrnunded by a  drapery of pure white. No, 33 shows  some fantastic formations of pure  white with a few small stalactites.  No. 3-1 is a chamber at the side of the  old watei way which i\e have named  "The White Grotto.*'  After ladders have been prcp.ued  and put in place, at the points mentioned as necessary, the exploration  can he continued. No farther attempts were made at -this time to  efVect an entry.     ' '   *  il.  "tiii; tiikuok."  Its peculiar roughness is due to   the  partial   metamorphosis  of  the  rocks  and is   similar   to   the   condition   of  change   found   in   the   rooks   under  "Gopher Bridge."'     Jn  this case  the  condition is accentuated by the existence of  thin  knife-like   blades of the  unchanged     limestone     instead     of  nodules, all of which extend from one  half inch to two   inches   beyond   the  general surface of the marble  holding  them.   The exticine south end of this  inner passage rises suddenly for about  15 feet" and a  ladder  is   needed to explore it beyond .this  point.     This is  the present  water  couisc.      The   extreme  north  ei d opens   out,  into  a  largo chamber that is '.practically lil led  with sand and gravel..   Several branch  passages   are   to   be   seen extending  north and south '."from   this  chamber  but they are nearly ..filled with  gravel.  They all cnfei-it tionr the roof,  I'Voni this chamber to   the  point A.  this entire   pitKSiig'i. bus   been  funned  A I'llDlMI'ITOtJS UOCK''  ill the foot of which Cougar Creek can  he seen dimly. Photograph No. 27  was taken there. The dark spaces are  abandoned channels cut by the water.  Cougar Creek shows faintly at the  bottom of the picture a little to the  left of tho middle. This place had  already been named  "tiii: Tuuin.vi:''  by a previous visitor. There is it roar  and ������wiih of falling waier to be heard  here. Undoubtedly the roar mentioned in my former report as heard in  "The Deep Cavern" came from this  fa IN, whose roar, when Cougar Creek  is highest, is thrilling beyond description.  A search was here made for a way  to get down upon the bed of Cougar  Creek both above and below the falls.  Above the falls the passageways shown  on the map weie found and the creek  exploied and surveyed for the distance  shown. Jlokiw the falls a crevice in  the lock was found through which we  descended to the present creek bed.  The course of Cougar Creek here is  diagonally to the right across the  stiata, and its level is about (50 feet  below the passageway by which we  advanced. In the old channelway on  this lower level are to be seen two very  large pot-holes IS feet in diameter.'  One of them, with an arched roof  about -IO feet from the bottom, is  (locoi'iited in ii must beautiful 'manner  with carbonate of lime accumulations.'  A SiMAl.T. CIIAMI!i:i{  exists diiectly over the north end of  "The Canyon" which was explored in  September by Mr. Deutschnian and  named by him "The Ice Cave" because  the ice remained in it during the entire summer. This, opening is mentioned in my fornier'report as blocked  with ice, and was then designated as  "Entrance No. 2" believing that it  connected with the cave below. In  this report "Enfranco No. 2" means  the entrance on the bed of Cougar  Creek, at the bottom of "The Cnnjon*'  100 feet perpendicuI,!i-K- below this  opening. This "lee Cave" consists of  a nm row passage about SO feet loii"  then a chamber 20.vt0 feet with two  branch passages leading from it, each  about 100 feet, long.  An opening in the ravine 1700 f(.ot  in a southeasterly direction from the  most southerly poit t of the blufV was  recently discoveied hy Mr. JJeulsch-  mar. and we next proceeded to it. We  were able to enter if fur about 7f> feet  only when the passage branched and  became so small that we could go no  farther. This openii.g, while if may  prove to be local and iu no wav connected with the main cave, causes the  writer to believe that there aie  CIICKA'l  under "Gopher ���������Biiclgo" and in '"The,  Terror." Notwithstanding the fuel that  the rocks belong to a compaiativoly  old series,yet the beginning of the'eave  undoubtedly dates fiom a very recent-  geological time. "   -  ,        -"    ,  Assuming the rate of erosion1 to . be  one thirty-second of an inch in a year,  then to cut down one ' hundred feet of  rock,' which' is about the, average  amount eroded, in the main cave, -  would ]{i:qlhki: 38,400 yea its. , ���������'  Any actual rate greater or less than  this 'assumption ' would' increase" or  diminish the age of tho cave. In  seveial places along Cougar Creek in  the'bottoin of the cave an excellent  opportunity is afVoided to determine  actually the present annual rate of  erosion. ' A miciometer mcasuiing  .ippar.itus should be used and the a sen  of cross-section of tho rock eroded per  yard thus accuially computed. Also  the ratio between thearea'of thocrc-s-  scction of the average streamtand the  aiea of Hthc rock eroded should be de-  teimined. And finally the quantity  of water passing the given section in  one year, and its velocity, should ihe  accurately measuied.  ,ln contemplating the fenegoing  suggestion as to the probable age of  the cave it should be borne in mind  that where gravel and sand lodge in  the bed of the stieam the nitc of  erosion is many times less than where  the bed in continually swept clean by  a moie rapid curronL  The above lepoit is~iespeclfully sub  milted  '    ,      l     (Sgd.)   W. S. Ayki:.-,,  Mining Engineer.  ;,,    .,,-      .---.-���������   apply In tin.*  (JiiefCoininissioiicrol, Lands and Works foi-.1  special license to out ii'id rami nw.iy timliur  fi 0111 tho follow nip; d(>soi'ihod lands: ,  , ,        ,     ���������    ��������� No-l.   - '  Coiiiiiiciiciiik nl a no-l, planted livo.cli.iins  fion: the west slioio of Upper Anon- Ui" 0 nt'.u-  C..ipt.un H.iiidi'ison's C.'ilim .ind nlionl, si\ miles  from Ai'i-ouliiMd '.mil marked ','II k 'llcntl  Miinlier Company's Southeast Coiiim-''1'osl "  thence 1101 Hi 1(10 cliiiins, IJioneo wi'sl, II)chains'  I hence,south 1110 chains, tlifiiice east, (1) chiuns.to  point ol commencement.  'IIIO HKND l.UMIlklt COMtMNY���������L(AIl'|'|.:i)  ',   '     No.a.7 ���������  .  Commencing nt' 11 post, planted five chains  fiom Ihe ivi'il shoio ol Upper Ai row Lake near  C.-iptiini Sanderson's cabin and nlionl, si\ miles  from Arrow head and marked " Big JJcnri Lumber Company's Northeast Corner Post." I hence  MX) chains south along the lake shore, thence  west, 10 chains, thence 1101 Hi IliO cliiiins, 1 hence  cast 1(1 chains lo point of commencement. '  MIC: BKNI) LUllBKll COMPANY, I.II\II'I'KI>  October 10, 100.5. "  '-;,"'        . ."-a--*-       ' 7     '  C onimenciniciit n. post plant ed iibouLone mile  east from Columbia Jiivui- and about one mile  north fiom Hoyd's Hunch, at the southeast  corner of P. -Agren's north limit, and mnrked  13ig liend 1 Lumber . Company's, Southeast  Corner Post," thence north IIKI chains, ihenci'  wc-l III chains, thence-,011th ISO I'liiuns, 1 hence  east. 10 chains ln"iiomt of commencement.  I'lG IlKNl) LUJIUKll COMPANY, LIMITKD  October 11, lilOI.   ��������� -= "        -       ifc-  We'soil good''things-  things that look >x-  I'peiisive, but are-not.  It pays us to sell good  things; it pays yrou to:  'buy them'.'  ���������Voifwiil have,Christ-',  mas Gifts .to buy before long.   Why not  give something "different "''and,-".worth,  'while.'- "There is*no  store in  this'' Great-  West0-'better able to  assist .you if yoii will'  but write.' Buying by-  mail from us is even  "m ore satisfactory than  buying over tlie count-'  er at some stores.'' '-"���������'  'Yi. -       * Z '"~   * '   n*    '  r - '      " 1-  As evidence of the new  things;being offered-  we illustrate here Two;  Hat' Pin Holders' 'iii'  STERLING-. SILVER".'  M. J. Henry^s  Nurs.eries and Greenhouses  .Milt) Wi'Miuin-sti'i   Kim<],  VANCOUVER, "- ' B. C.  (Main Nursery'fur Fiuit Stock���������South  Vancouver,   tine   riiile  south  of city.  Brnnchi'!, nt Vietuii-i and .Matsqui for  ������������������seeds   anil   Nursery   Stork gi owing.  fcxtra huge |iJ.tiiLiiu;ifoi' Fall delivery.  One year ripple, -4 to (i feef, $10 to ������12  per 100; apple. 2. 3 and -1 years old," $18  to&JQ per 100; Maynaid PIuoj $l'eacli.  Largf.   impoit.-uion. of   Bulbs from  .Japan, Holland and France. ,  "Hxira nice choice of  Cherry,'Peach, -  Plum, Apricots, etc., now growing for  tali orders. No expense, loss'or defcty  of fumigation or inspection. ' '  -'Let me price youi list before placing  your,oider. .Catalogue free. Greenhouse Plant*, Floral Work,-Bee Sup- ���������  piie.s, Fruit packages. Fertilizers, etc:  Uai-di'ii, Field and Flower Seeds in  season.   , ' ,i  M. J.- HJiNIlY,  , 3010 Wesintin-ier Koad, Vancouver, B. C.   ' '  '   [ s  !  Mecahnics, Farmers. Sportsmen  To honi and .soften tlie skin unci remove grctifce, oil and rust stiiins., paint  and earth, etc, use the "iMustcf Mc-  clinnio's Tin- Soup. Albi>r(, Toilf-I. Poiip  Co., iniiiiiifiictuiei-H.  VTOTIGIS IS riRIiKUY OIVKN tli.it tliii'ly  IA (liijsaftci dine we intend lo apply lo tlu  duet Cloiiiniissionei- of Liunls anil Works for.-.  speei.il license to cut nnd c-arry im.iv tnnhei  1*10111 the following described liinds:'���������  ' No. t.  Conimeiicing ,it a post planted on tlie'-west  side or Ihe 1101 th fork or Kosth.ill Creek and  .1I11111L two ami oiie-(|iiiirter mile- ,ibo\e tlie  fori.- and ni.ukcd '��������� Hik Jtend Lumber Company's Soiilhn-c-l (.'orncr I'osl," lliente noitli  ICOch.iiiis. thence nest 40 chains, thenur south  Hill cli.un-, lliuniu cast 10 chains to point of  commencement.  '   * No. 2.  ConiiniMiciiiKiit n post planted on the east,  sidcot thcnoilli tori, of Kostlull Cieek about  one and one half link's above the forks and  nun Iced "Hiit llciiil Lumber Compani's South  we-l lornci pu-i. thence noitli Kill ch.iin-  Ibonce east III chain-, thence -outh lllll cliiiins,  I hi'iioo west 10 eh.iins'to point of commence  ment. L . ,  No. .1  CoininenciiiKiil a post iilantedahoiil, one half  inilufioin (IicklsI. bank or Llie north lork of  l'"osth.ill Creek and abouLone mile aboie Hie  lorks and in.irl.ed " lli������ ,iiond Lumber Coin-  liaiij s i-niiilii.isi Coriirr Post," (hence north  ���������Mlchain-., thence wc-( Hi chains, thence south  KlOehains, thence c.isL III chains lo iioint, of  commencement.    '  No. I.  CoiuinenciiiK.il, .1 post planted about one half  mile from the iiesl, bank of ,1 lie north fork of  I'o-thall Ciecl. and about, lour miles above the  folks und marked "liij; Howl. Lumber Company s Norl heasl Corner I'o-l." Ihi'noo nest yi  i-lianib, thence soulh hi) cliains, thence east, hi)  chains, thence ninth WI chain-lo point ol coin-  uicnccnienl.  Hit.' UKNI) LUAIHKK (JOJIl'ANV, Ltd.  Arrowhead, H.C.,  N..1.2H. I!l().i. <>,-,M:m  '  '  ]Sro. 2015S' it  *one of.Jinglish,  - design  with  a"  ^ silver base top-  " ped with velvet-  pin    cushion,  , from   which is  inserted asilver.  stiindiii-d   with  a   wheel^  near  tlietoplhrbtigh  which the pins  lire put before  . entering    the  cushion.    The  ''stand is  inches, h'igh,  and we mail it'  to any address  *    for * L.  (without pins.)  W^  n  ?]STo. 2099C represents one of the  best values ever  sent out from  ' this store, Sterling Silver, hand-  sonielydccoriited-l  in "Apple BIos-  som"design,with  silk ribbon for  hanging. Price  to   any   address  $1.00  (without pins)  1  Length of>holder  exclusive of ribbon   All   inches.  01 NOi-aid    OK   ItlSGUUATlONS   liOV-  lill.NI.M.;   T/Jt;   UlSiJOSAL.OK   JJU-  ,    .MIMv.-S      L.AT.DS      SVilill.N      Tlii^  'K.Ui.WAY' Uiii^T   IN   tub   Wiuv-  IM-"li,  OK iiHlXlSJl COLUiliilA.  "  A  i.luiJ.NaK iu cut' liinber can bo uc-  (|uiil'U   only   at   public   coiupeUllon.     a  luiual  or  ������>  per yjuaic  mile  la  chartfeu  lur all  Umber  bci-liiij  except  Uioae kiiu-  ati-u iicdi ot \u.\u tor wblcli the leutal is.  al me 1 ale ul j cciua pet auie per annum,  in auuulon  10  ilie'ieiuai,  uuea ariiic  ruiJotviiitr raieb are chained:���������.  saun   luiiiilci-, ,00,. ccnii   pur   tnousauu  leet   li.il.       '     ', , '      ��������� '  itauwui   tic's, fcluiil and nine feet'loiijf,'  1 l-Z ami 1 J--I cents eacli. -,       ,,  smub'tu bulls, ������> ceiitb a cord.  All other products,' &  per  eeui On' the  sales. . ,  A license1 Is Issued so soon  us a benU '  is  (-lanicu,   but lu  survujuii  territory  no  tlinoer can   be' cui   ou  a  berth  mull 'ine  llceusuu lias uiaUu a. auivey ihereot'.       1,  i'ermlis 10 cut timber aie also granted  at public couipeliuou, except in llie case  ot actual seitieis, wlio lequire tiie'tim-  ���������/���������-���������i   iui  niei'r own use.      , ,  Settlers   and   others oiuay   also   obtain  peiinus 10 cbt up to 100'fcords ot woodTor -  sale    without   -competition'.,       ' '  The duea paiable uudei a penult ure  H.M per thousand ifcet li.il., lor "i><iuai e ,  iimoei and 'sawiots oi ajiy wood except oak; irom 1-2 to Ul-2 cents per lineal -  loci 101 builUlut.loBs; noni Vi 1-2, to ������>  cents per com'ior wood; 1 cent for'fence  posts; J cents ior railway ties; aud M  cents per cord ior shingle bolts.  .Leases lor grazing puiposea aie issued  lor a leim of tweiiiy-one years, 0.1,11  rental ui two cents per acre per annum.  Coal   lands   may   be   purchased  at   ftv -  per aeie ior soft coal and fcW ior anthra-  citu."-Noi, more  than EX) aciesunay  be  '"  acquiu-d  by  one individual  or company.  ,  'iioyauy j.t-the late 01 lu cents per ton  01 -:wj pounds ,is> collected on'Uie tross  output.   . ,       , ���������  hlntnes ior land ior aurlculturai purposes may be made personally at the local land ollice ior the' district in which  tne land 10 be taken up is situated,-'or  11 t-ne iiuuiesieader desires, he may, .on  application to tne,Minister oi the interior  at Ottawa, the Commissioner ol Immigration at Winnipeg, or the local ajieni ior '*  the Dlstilct, within which the laud is  situated, leceive authority ior soma', ono  10 make entry ior him. ���������       ���������,  A lee ot $lu is charged ior homestead  entry. . .        ,    ���������  li! settler who has received an entry ior  a homestead, is 1 equired 1 to perform the  conditions connected therewith under one  oi   t'he louowing plans:��������� ' -   '   .  U> -11 le.u>t sue months' 1 evidence upon  ciud cultivation ol the land in each year  uuriiii; tne term oi three years.    ���������  11- is uie practice oi the .Department* to  lenuire a settler to bnng 13 acres-under ,  cultivation, but jl'he preiers he may substitute stock; and -Ju head oi caitie, to be  actually, bis own property, with buildings  lor their accommodation, will be required  instead, ot, cultivation.      .. .    i  .    '  ri) 11' the father (or mother, if the ia-  tber  is- deceased;  ot  any person  who i������  eligible to make a homestead entry under "  the provisions or  the  Act, resides' upon  a.larm  Iu   the  vicinity  oi-the  land en-,  tered ior by such-person as a homestead,  -    -  1110  requirements or  the Act as  to reei- ,  deuce prior to obtaining patent -may-be  satisiied by such person residing with the  lather or mother.  (S) It the settler has his permanent  icsidence upon iarming-land owned by  him in the vicinity of his ihomestead, the  requirements of the Act as to residence  may be satlsBed by residence upon tho  said   land.        ��������� > ,-, ���������   -  Application ior patent should be made  at tne end of three years before the locai ,  agent, sub-agent or a homestead inspector. ,  Before making application for a patent,  the settler must give six months' notice  in writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his intention to do so.  W.  W.  CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.       L  Ottawa, Februray 14th, 1S05.   '  Halcyon Hot Springs  -  ^Sanitarium.  Under the new management of  Mcl.\-Tosir,   Hoffman   House.  Rossland. '  IIaiihy  I'a-iSiiiii.iTii.-s  ns to  Hie extent of the  tiluiig it fault, which  inclines  upward I Standing at Llio bottom, nnd  looking  still existing  main cave.  A few stalactites were found here  and there in the old parts of the main  cave, pure white in color, the largest  being IS inches long.  I'vi'n.v' okcavi;.  The prediction made in my former  report that "The iircu between Entrances Xos. i, 3, and -1 mid "Upper  Goat" and "Douglas Falls" is most  probably a labyrinth of underground  waterways," has been almost fully  verified, the only portion not yet  entered being the triangular space between "Upper Goat Falls," "Douglas'  Falls" and "Kntrance No. -i." From  thejionditiohs now known it is only  logical 'to believe that extensive openings exist in this area. The prediction also that -'The one half mile between "Lower Goat Falls' and the  supposed outlet should be tlie  largest  Irvine's Cleaning & Dye  v Works l  Calgary, Alia.  P. O. riox 7S7 Telcphotii' 2i)(i  A. S. Irvine, Manager.  Dry Cleaning a Specially.  J  beg to inform   the  pulilic  that   I  have remodelletl  my dyeing,  denning  and lopiiiring shops   on the Inlcst mil'  most up-to-date systems.    J   niu'ili  owner   of   mixturei   and   machinery  allowing me to lake in hand tiny work  without altering the coloring nr  the  ('tinlity.    A  lirst class   I'ni-ihiiin  dyer,  wet and diy cleaner, as well us a  li'iKt-  class French  piesser,  will   now be  in  attendance.    Cleaning  line   materials  a   specialty.      Curtains   nnd     Luces  cleaned and  creamed.    Fine   Woolen  Blankets   and   Flannels cleaned  and  .sulphurated.    Gleaning,   dyeing   und  pressing L.ices, Silks, Vcliols, fine and  colored   Handkerchiefs,   Doyloy.-, Silk  iinil   Velvet   Cushions,   KinhroideriOB,  J'iano Coverings,Gluvcs.Ties, Mulllers,  Caps,   .Silks   Socks   and    Stockings,  Ladies'   and   Gentlemen's   City   and  .Evening.  Dress,   &c.     Gent's ' Hats'  Blocked and Trimmed.   The only lace  washers in the west.  NOTICE.  notiok ok sm<:uiii'ii"s skizuiik am;  SAM'".  VJ-OTKIK IS HlOltl'lltV GIVHN Hint undi'i-  J_\ nnd by viiluc of cert ni 11 ivrili' nl lli-ri  l.icnis In be ilirculi-d !it,*.iiii-,l, I In; L'nod-, nl' the  American .\liniii(,' t'oiiiii.iny .-mil imiiuI nut nl  llio Snpi'i'ino I'oiirl nl' llrilHli (;oliinibia in ici-  l.iin auliimi in L.iiil i-oiirl, wliciuin .1. jM. Tnit  and ollieis 1110 plaiiilifN lespct-livi'ly und llio  American Milling l'niii|iiuiy -,iu ilofi-nilaiil-.  -mil iiiiiIi'I-iiiiiI by liiine ol I \\o loitaiii war-  nulls ol i-\eciiliiiii an.Linst I bu (,'ouils of ihe  Aini'i iiiiiu MliiiiiKl'iiiiipiLiiy In nm diiceli'd und  N-.iieiln.il nl flu: Count} l.'ourl nl'West ICoole-  uuy bolileii al Ifi'ielslnkc in ceil.iiu .it'f ioiin  wliei-oin "I". AliLi-,i������'iuid 1'*. It. WolK un- pl.dn-  liir- lespectively and the American .Mining  Company ale defend,ml���������<, I b.ivi; sei/eil ami  l.tl.en in i-M-citl ion .ill thu leiisehnld Intel est nt  the Aniei'icau iMiuinx ('oiii|iauy iu tliul.'nlil Mill  No. I .mil Hold Hill No. 'Jplui er Iim-cmh' oli.iins  ���������.llu.ilc   oil   l-'ieuiili   I,' |{   iu   Ihe   UeieNloki.  .MlnliiK l>n Nun ������f Un'INIi I'liliiuiliia, und nil  llio kihiiK, I'linlleK .lis 11 oll'i.-cli of the Mild  American Alining (,'iinip.iny sit unte 011 l''ieinh  Ciecl, iilnr(;-..'ii(l and heint,' c()Ui|in-,eil of 11110  IIiiiiiij Ki.'Jiill I'cel lu length, 0111) |iipc linci.tim  lii'l. In IciikIIi, - iniiiiiliu-'., II L'llin. \Mili'i-|{iil|ii,  one tin,   I'ellon  wilier   wheel, mm  IPliu    hoi'-l  iim ne -iiumill  wilh all nl Iui'Iiiih'iiIm iimi  ci|lll|Uliellls coiiucclcil Ihen-with, one l,i;||el  Tiirl.iuc Hiiler h heel, a number ol sluice' bi>\c-i.  one stoic ImiiM) anil ofllec, line mess house anil  e.iliius, ,1 i|iiiiniily o| liimlier ciliinalnl ul  iihiiul, lll.liliu feel hii.inl iulmsiiii', nil oIIIli: inul  stoic supplies mill  liiruiliire coiilaiiicil  In  the  llllllllillKs     .llllllC    IIK'lll i.llll'll.     ,l   i| 11.1111 il v    of  I, lichen uleiHils, a tirgc itiiunl it} of fools in Ihe  store Iioiisij of llio s.nil piuiuiscs, 11 (|u,inlilv i,r  Kinccl'ics .'inil supplies uiiilaini'il iu t tic- In i'i In -  iiiKsof Ihes.iid pieinises; u. full inienlmy of  MliiollMlliI Kiioilsunil ch.il I els will bu pioili'iei d  at llie lime ol s,Ue hcieiuiillcr iiienlioueil and  may iu the niciinliiue lie inspected ami obtained on application to W, .1. Law, l)i;|iul> Slienll'  al. I,'e\ elstoKo, and  NOTICK   IS   IlKUKIIV   I'MIUTIIKR filVIO.V  I hat 1111 lhi! L'lllli (luyol   November, l!Kl.i, at tlio  hour of'J p.m., at the door of tlio ComL House  in tin- Cil> of llowNiiki', II. (.'., I will oltei for  siilo   publicly tho nbine   iiii'iitionuil  interest,  Koods, chill tols. and ollccfsnud nil Uie interest,  nf the .American .IlinuiK Company Ihcroin lo  s.itlHty l.lio.s.ud .iuioral wiit.sot Mori fuciiis.  Dated thu lll.iidiiy of November, IHtH,  S. K. M-ViMHLV,  K'l Slierlll'of North ICoofiinay  Wc pay all delivery charges  and if,  when  you see your  purchase, you are  not sat  isfied with it,  return them  and receive full   refund of i  ���������   money  Send for Catalogue.  Henry Birks & Sons  Uolilsiuiihs and Sihiir-millis.  350-352 Main St., Winnipeg  AI'IJLU'ATIOX |.-OR ti.miii;k LICK.N'.SI-.-  v NOVIOIKI'U :ird, I'.m-p.  rilAKK .VOTI(;K Hut lliiny days afior dato  I      we in I i-ll(I lonpply to llie  Honorable  the  (���������liiel I (iiiiniissionei'ijf l.uiil-uml Works for a  limber  riVlE MEDICAL, WATERS of Hal-  i    cyon aie the most curative in the  world. .A perfect, natural remedy/for  all   iSei vons] and   Muscular   diseases,  Liver, Kidney ,-nrd  Stomach  ailments  and Metallic  Pois-oning.   A sure cure*  for   '"That Tired   Feeling."     Special"  rates on   all   bouts   and  trains.   Two  mails   an-ive and  depait every   day.  lelegra h   communication    with   all  marts of the world.  Tkiois-$12 to $1S per week.* For  fm thet- particulars apply to  fiAiiRY Mcintosh  Halcyon Hot Spring's.  Arrotu Lake. B, C.  WAH CHUNG'S  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  ���������1"   .-luiiy  lauds on Anou-  Irvine's Dyeing and Cleaning Works  CALGARY.  270  TIIE ABOVE SALE HAS BEEN  ADJOURK-JBJ)'"UNTIL DECEMBER  7th, I!)05, AT 2 P.M., AT THE SAME  PLACE.    ��������� ' !  ' s. k; i-iambly,  ,_���������  Sheriil*. .  h|iL'oial licciihc to cut and  cut  fiiini Ihe fulluultiK described  Lake- :���������  .Vinnbi-r I.  ("iiniiiii infill n po-l. located 0110 mile from  ������i-sl side of t.'iiper Anon Late, about llirce  miles iibmc- tin; Nanoiv-. riuinliiK thence- net  IU chnliis, thence sonthSn ch.iin-, Llicnce cast  ID chains, ihoncu noun HM chains, thence ea-t  I'i cbaini, Iheiicosoiiih lu chain-, ihuiicu wot  lOcbaiiH lo point of (Oniineiu-cnient.  October'_'7th, 11MI1.  YALKCOLb'.MHIA I.L'.M IIKIt CO-\I I'A.V Y Ltd  N'liinbur ���������-'.  ("niniiifiiiiiiiK al apost marked V. <;. L. (V,  soul h ea-t cornel post.iboiit ono and onu-lialf  miles rioiu west, Inul. of Upper Arrow Lake  mill about Unco miles north of entrance to  Nni-iouu, iiimiini; wi'������l In eliiiui-, thence north  Hill chains, tlioncc easi 111 chain,?. tliuiiCf-oiilh  II>| chains lo point, of commencement.  Oi Kibei tMli. I'Kii  Tl I K VALKCOLU.MHI.V   I.U.MHKIt CO. LTD  N'liinbcr.').  ('oinuieiiciiiK at a post marked  Y. <\ L. Co'-,  norl b en.st cm nor post, about one and one-half  inili'i finin the wet.t hunk of lhi;  L'pper Arrow  L.iko,  about  tlnce  inile.s aboic ontrante lo  Narrows, tiinniiiR   south   10J chains, west   10  chains, north IliO chains, eisl 10 chains to point  of conimenecmcnt.  October filth, HXki.  TirK YALK-COLUM11IA LUJlBEIt CO. LTD.  '.Number I.  Commencing at a post marked Y. C. L. Go's  northwest corner post, on the cast side of Upper  Arrow Luke  about, two  nnd one half miles  south.of Nakusp.   running south  160 chains,  theiico west 10 ehnins, thence north 100 chains,  thence east III chains to.point of commencement  October 2Sth, l'JOo. :  THE YALE-COLUMBIA LUMBEH CO. LTD I  Crockery of all Kinds.  Plain and Fancy.  Iiest   makes of Japanese  and  China  Ware.  Splendid supply of Fresh  Vegetables from S. D.  .Crowle's ranch.  TO PRINTERS  For Sale on Easy Terms  Onu Xo. 1  Double  Polhenius Print-  i'1-.s Cabinet.  Onu Bettis Space and Quad Case.  Onu Dick Mailer and Mailing Type.  One Franklin hand Perforator.  One 20,'inch Lever Papei Cutter.  These {?<x><*s are absolutely new, never  having been used.  Apply to  TI1K KOOTENAY MAIL  PUBLISHING  CO. LTD.  Reveldloke, B.C,  :. P  il  1;  %  'At  1 rn  HIE KOOTENAY MAIL  [#  OIL AND WATER  COLORS  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  keep a full supply of above  in' ali colors.,   Also  ." Brushes,' Palette Boards,  ;   Miring Oils, Sketching Blocks  rand any other article you may  require for painting.   ��������� -  CANADA DRUG &  BOOK CO.  REVELSTOKE, 11. C.       ,   ���������  Local and General.  Smallpox ia prevalent in Ontario.  ',    W.  G.   'Watson   intimates  that hiss  open air rink'id now open.  S. Walker, of Burton, has  been   a'p-  'pointcd a Justice of the I'encc.  '   ,    A. 'patient 'from'   Arrowhead,   Geo.  1 ' Leliu, died at the Hospital Friday:    .  The  Cariboo  mail   has  been  twice  ,'���������  robbed of its registeied matter Si late.  The Jtoscian Comic Opera  Co.   will  ,4 appear in Jievelstokc'on the 15tli   and  - 'Ifith.   '���������-.       ���������       ,     . , , '      '    "!,  -��������� ���������- Two hinibei-nien named  jMcl'lierson  and Gordon were killed at lUoyie while  blasting stumps. . '  "The Revelstoke'Laiid Company,  at  their    last  meeting,    declared    their  ���������   usual'quarterly dividend.    ,  Knox Church,  Toronto,"* will   build  'the finest church ' edifice  in   the  dominion, costing'JIOO.OOO. 0  ��������� '    The Midway-Vei-non railway seems  to be initrouble  already, as the work-  '   men cannot get their pay.  XV. J/Mooro of Athelinar, has been  'appointed deputy game warden for the  Columbia electoral district:' ���������-  . Judge'Lampman has been appointed  commissioner to " enquire" into eclu-  'cational troubles at the coast.  Joseph.Leslie was killed while working at the edger at ��������� the Kamloops  ������������������ loops Lumber Co.'s mill at Enderby.  . J.'A.'McColl, a miner working at  the'Nickel Plate at Jledley, was killed  by a tree falling on him in-the  glory-  AVhen opening'the charity tents in  London the,mob hooted  the( Duchess  ot'Fife, eldest daughter of King  Ed-  \ ward, '        ,, -**       T  v     Man'son,   the   Lillooet   guide,   has  ' been fined  |50 tfor  taking American'  hunters after  big game  in the close  'season.   * l  ��������� H. Mcintosh is adding' an electric  launch to the Halcyon Sanitarium  equipment for the, entertainment of  guests.        ' -   '  The new station was occupied by  part of the C. P. R. staff this week but  trains will not run into it till next  month.  Louis Dessault committed suicide by  hanging himself at . 150-Mile House.  He had just returned from the funeral  of his lather.  ,-Rev. Father Morice's book is undergoing a third edition, in which some  errors will be corrected and additional  information given.  A general meeting of shareholders  in the Revelstoke and McCullough  Creek Hydraulic Company will be  held on the 12th inst.  A German boy fell off the Imperial  Limited in Manitoba when the train  was running 30 miles an hour and was  unhurt,' save a slight bruise,  The Patten and " Perry Company  played at Xelson two nights to large  houses and had the best show band  and orchestra \i=iting that city.  In an awful storm on the lakes the  big ore carrier Motaafa went down in  15 feet of water within 100 yards of  the shore at Dulutli, and though  10,-  000 persons witnessed the disaster  they were nimble to help the crew in  the awful storm prevailing.  The Monarch Bank which is opening several branche-j intends lo  revolutionise bnnkint! hours and will  be open from curly  morning   till   late  at night.'  ������ i.  This week brought a sudden change  in the weather, a hli/.zaid setting in  Sunday night and (he Uiiriiioiiictor  going ' down to zero, though much  snow has not yet fallen.      ,     ������    ii  Discredited at> the icsiilt of the insurance, investigation' at New York  President McCurdy, of the Mutual  Life, with his son and son-in-law, have  stepped out of control of the company.  The many friends, of Senator Bus-  took will regret to loam that owing to  an affection which fthreatened blindness he had tn have one of his eyes  removed, th'e operation being pui formed tit Vancouver.       ''''    -1.   ,  At the ' banquet to XV. MclCcnzie  and 1). Mann on the opening of the  Cniiiuliiiii Northern, Mr. Manii sitid  the time was nut far distant when' the  northwest would produce ' u 'billion  bushels of whe.it.   "   ,  Tho Woodmen intend giving H  social and dunce on Jan.' 1st. When  the ,\Voi)diiiun take a thing iu hand  thoy make n success of it and this will  douUtless he one of the most important  social events of the siitison.  C. M. Field, judge of the Court of  Bevifion' and .Appeal for Bevelstoke  Riding, held a sitting of the court on  Monday und'1 adjourned' till Monday  Dee. ISth, at 11 u. m. and will hold u  sitting at Nakusp on Dec'. 21st tit 2:.'?0  p. in. i ,��������� ' ' i    '   ���������'  < Aubray Doyle lost f-i'ven outrof nine  of his homer pigions this week by a  wenseljgetting into the dovecot. The  liiids were of high hiecding 'and those  destioy'cd included two" from the  celebrated stock of Biiiihnni of Vancouver. < ; ,, '��������� '  ���������The city electric light was again  turned'on Wednesday, tint as the new  dyniuno has not., yet ^ arrived ��������� the  ciipiicily,uf the plant is'still liniitcd'to  the old machine. A spare-armature  has been secured to be "ready in case  of any break-down pending the arrival  of the new machine, which w.is shipped  this week from the works of the  Canadian General JSIcctric Co.    ~  Mis. Molten, ,Mr. and Mrs. Lnwson,  Mr. and Mrs. 1'". II. Lewis, Mr. und  Mrs. Bison, Mrs. Hughes; Mrs. J. M.  Doyle, Mr. and Mis. A. Y. Anders.in,  Mr" nnd Mrs.' Ivinciiid, Mi", and Mrs.  Liiwieiice, Mr. and "Mis. Scott, Mr.  und Mrs. Sibhalil, Mr. and Mrs. Hull,  Miss McKin'ncin, Miss Moore, M iss  While, Miss Waul, Miss Buck,Miss M  Buck, Dr. Sutherland, Mr. Cariiuluin,  Mr. JitfVruy, Mr. J'iiikliiini,' Mr. Wail.  Mr. Harbor, Mr. O. McDonald and  ni.inj others. The hostesses, Mrs.  I'hipps, was gowned iu tt h.indsoue  black sequin overdress, and Mrs. Me-  Curter in silver sequin overdress  trimmed with-rich passementerie and  .liurnt orange chiffon trimmings. The  reception was the most enjoyable  social event ol the season. ' The 'refreshments were superb. ���������       ,    ~  ' i  Business Locals.  Social & Personal.  C. Dent litis returned from Toronto.  Geo. Neclands lias  joined   the  stall'  of J. Guy Barber's' store.  J. Ko'ns has'accepted a position in  F. G. Brown's cigar stoic.  ,     '    *  J. Arnistron'g leaves tomorrow on a  six weeks holiday at Simcoe, Out.  The,Ladies Guild'of the ' Hospital  realised over if.'JOO by the ball last  week. ' '  ���������^Mr. and Mrs.'1 A. J. MeDonelI returned Thursday from their trip to  the const. . ... ' '  'Thos?. Mayes has been appointed'  superintendent of the brunch asylum  at Westminster. *~ .,   . .  , Supt. Kilpatrick returned on Wednesday from his eastern, trip" looking  much better for the change.  Mrs. A. P. Dtipont and sister, have  gone ��������� to Montreal on1";! visit to E.  Dupont's mother and father.  The Epworth League Reading Circle  held au enjoyable and profitable evening at Mrs. Hyland's home on' Tuesday evening, the subject being  "Astronomy." -      <  . Miss Nellie Dunne has gone to Golden to accept a position in C. A.  "Warren's store. Her place at the Red  Cross Drug store is being taken by  Miss McPhadden.  It is stilted John Houston has made  a raise at Goldfields, Nevada, and may  be expected in Nelson on December  loth, when, it is given out, 'he will  satisfy all outstanding indebtedness.  1 No. 5 Company, K. if. R., held   another of their  bi-monthly dances  in  the drill hall on Friday night.    There  was a good attendance and  all had a  very   enjoyable    time.       Music   was  furnished "by the  Independent. Band.  Mis.  Phipps   and   Mrs.   McCarter  entertained at a  most  enjoyable "At  Home" at  Selkirk  Hall- on Tuesday  evening (he hall being  prettily decorated for  the  occasion.   There  was a  large attendance and a most pleasant  time  was .spent, the music being furnished by an orchestra of  nine  members   from   the   Kevelsloke   Independent    Band.        Among    the   guests  were:     Mr.    and   -Mrs.     Boultbee,  Arrowhead,   Mr   and   Mrs. Dudgeon.  Comapliv, Mrs.   Ludgate,  Arrowhead,  '    Wilton   and Dag Dug rugs at I low-  son's, i  See Hews' fi, 10 and   Ifi' cent; "Xiniis  CI        ' '  card j.  ������ p  Coniox Coal���������Best in the city. See  Sibbald i.v Field, exclusive agents.  Xmas Cards tit Canada Drug Store  on The Corner.  Reserve January 1st for .the Woodmen's entertainment und dance.  Morsf Blankets, Sweat Puds, Sleigh  Bells,.Whips und Harness at Bourne  Bros.  Up-lo-Dato Ladies' lliinilJBiigs and  Purses just'!opened at Canada Drug  Stpre. ,       ��������� ���������      ' r  , , Dressmakers and apprentices want  ed. Apply to Miss Gough, second  floor, C. B/lIumc A- Co.      ~  An excellent line of carpet squares,  mats and rugs at llowson'sr  See Rows' Fancy Vienna Art'Vasos.  Tliey.iirc beauties.       ['>,  ��������� tiii-: VipsT 'suitable -XMAS  ���������"HESI-'NT'fora man ih,a Good Pipe  or a Bpx of Cigars that can be smoked.  We have tlicni in'cvery size, shape.and  flavor. We know their favorite brand  Ladies day every Friday till the New  Year, Brown's Cigar Store.   "<(  We have the Newest in Calendars  and Cards this . year, some'elegant  designs, at the Canada Drug Stuic.'  Wanted���������Boy about 15 years old at  Cigar Factory. A- chance, for smart  boy to lcarii a good trade. s   ! .   2-11 ,  January 1st is the date of the  Woodmen's'entertainment and dancr.  Remember it. . -    '  High class Perfumes, the very best'  makes, kept' at the Canada, Drug  Store. ia ' ���������   ,        ���������    ' "-  , Sleighs for thecboys, Sleighs ' for the  Girl, Sleighs for th.i Babe at'Howson's  K'li.mitiire Store.     "   r *     -     ,    , -  Choice selection of Waterman's  Fountain Pens for Xmas presents,  beautifully mounted, at'Canada Drug  and Book Co. ��������� (  Mrs. Barnes, trained nurse, city, has  prepared a,room to take in maternity  cases. ,   , ���������"i  .  ^Chatterbox, Boys' and Girls Own  Annuals at Bews's Drug Store. i.  The prettiest lot, oi cutters and  sleighs ever shown 'in ,the city at  Hqwson's Furniture Store.  There is no more acceptable.Xmas  remembrance for your distant friends  than a good photo of youisclf. Better  have yours taken now, before the  usual holiday rush at -'Trueman's."  If -you want a Doll's Carriage,  Rocker; Rocking Horse or Hand-Sled  see the array tit the Canada Drug  Store ; they sell all of them.  DON'T, JJUY SMOKERS SUPPLIES at stores that handle them  onlv for  the   Holiday  What, aboul the Xnun Illustrated  papers and Toronto 'Globe? Leave  your aiders at the C.iiuida Drug Store ;  only S0c  each..  Coniox Co.il���������Best in the city. See  Sibb.ild A- Field, exclusive agents.'  If yon w.int nice Cups und Saucers  .'* und'-l dollars each look in at the  Canada Drug and Bo-'k Store . they  have them.  DRESSMAKING���������Mrs. Leo i.s prepared to do dressmaking and plain  sowing at her residence on Fourth St.  ' The Canada Drug and Book Company will get all, the New" Books as  (hey.come out this Xnuis, so you can  get your cho.icc o'r the latest ; nil well  hound.  '������������������Let your friends in other parts sec.  something of your district, by sending  them "Pictures-quo Revelstoke. '  I'i ice $1.'   ,;      '       "  "l)HU*RCHESr"  St. I'r.'iTi.'H���������The lin-t Sunday in  Ai'vent.   'Setvires at the tisuul hours'.  M iriiioDiH'i'Oiluiicii ���������Pastor���������Rev-.  O. II. M. Sutherland. Subjects :ii.ni.,  " The Art of Soul Winning " ; p in.,'  " The Greatest Religion:- Movement of  Modern Times," or " How; llio Revival  On tno lo Wales." o .'  ���������,    >  Kxox Phi'siiytiikia.v Oiuik'cni.-���������  Rev. J. It. Robertson, B A., Pastor,  will piuiicli on (he. following subjects :  ���������Moiiiing, " Search Me and Lend Me " ;  '���������"���������veiling, "The Ilkhes'l, Type 'of  Uhar.ii'i'or." --   "'��������� ,     ���������  NOTJ OR  MOTI("K IS JIKIiKIIY C1IVKN Hint lliirlj  'x ('.ays uflor iliitu wo iiiluml In apply Id Un-  t'liii'f ('uiiiiiiis^loiiui'nl- Liuiilh iimi WoiKs for .i  spi'ciul 1ICUM-.L-tu rut, und 1'iiiTj-away liinlici  ll'Olll till! rullDlMIIKlllMll'illl'll Infill-,: '  t'oiiiiiirii('iiit?.it, il |io-,l,iilioiil four milut soii(li  of Cipi; Horn on U|)]>im* Arrow J.nko iiiid  tniirlccd " Hit; llonil l.iiinlioi ('oinpnny.'s hoi ill*  uc-.! loi iier po-.t," lliuiieu ca-.t .SOcliiiins, ihonco  ���������.(llllll Mk'llllill-.   tlll'llCO   Wl'sl SH I'llllilln,   lliunci)  noi'lliSiK-liiiiiis to point oT uoiiiiiiciicoincnt.  Illfl lil'l.S'U   LU.MUKIt CO. J.'l'l).  N'or. ,->, liHti. , ' ���������   -������7.->  rillllll'l'V \)A YS iillui-ilalc n-uiiitciiil  to up-  I     ply lo   llio   ('oiniiu'-.sioii(.'i' ol   l.'iinils  und  WILLED..  WANTI'JD-A Kirl lliloll yunrs ol*  ugi.'I.o look'iil't'er I wo i-hildfeii  iiRoi school hour--. Apply before noon  Monday tu Mrs. IJriggv Mi-ICen'/.h'  avi'nui'.    - - '   210  special license Id Cut and ourrv  11bin   llio   lolKwiiif,'   iliisi.riliod  U'iiiKi  for  .may   tinilior  IiiikN; ,'    /  ('iiiiiinoiiciiiKal. u |iosl iil.iiilcd ul. 11 ir soulli  west corner of, K *c S lilocl; SKI iinil ni.irl.cd  "KiK Henil Liniilicr ('unipiiuy'i,, soul hciisl corner |iost"' tlicnco iiiiitil Ml chains', lliciicc west  l-ll chains, Uii'iici. soul it Sll chains, llicncc cast.  SO chains lo point ul cdiumciieeincnl.  Nov. il. I!lli."i.  ���������   UK!  ISK.N'I) I.U.MUKK COMPANY. I/1'I).'  rilllllt'l'V DA YH lifter il.Uc \\u intend lo np-  , I lily lo llie Coiniuissloncr of L.iiuls und  Wni'li.s for ii special license lo cut. .mil curry  'iw.iy liinlici- Ironi tin: following iliM-rllii'il  IiiiiiIs:^' > ,  ('olnmeliciiif,'at ii nosl (iliinleil .-itmiit one  mile east fiom Coliiinliiii Itiver nnd iiliiuil line  mile nm Ih t ion i lloyd's lunch, ul I lies southeast'  corner of I'. Aki-cu's i.orth iiiuit und lu.'irlt'ed  "1% I lend l.iiinher ('oinpnu.i's soul It west, collier |iosl," tlicnco noilh HID chiiiiH,' Iheiieo east  HI chain-. Illi'liec-oillh ItiU ehalns, llioneo went  lOehiiiiis lo |ioiiit ofeiiiiiiiiiiiiceuient.      n.   ,      '  Nov. a I. 1IM.1.   ' '  UK!  HUM) IdiniMKII COMPANY, I.TH..'  L'S'.I "     ,  RUBBERS   AT   COST  .Men's Storm Rubber,'  Boys'      "��������� ���������     "    "      i to,5    ,  Voullis'  "    ' "   ,   i i to 13  Child's    "   '",' "-    "4 to ioj^  Women's"    ��������� ���������",        ,  Misses'   " ';       ',''.'  Hoys' i Buckle Lumbermens, i to 5, "      1  Voutlis''  "' ' ���������  '"'       1 1 to 13,  Ordinary $1.00, now 85 cents  nl  So,.  "' 65  65-  "    55-  5o,  '''    40  75.  "    60  65-  "    50  95.-  " 1.05  10,  " ;9o  2,r) per cent, cash discount on all .Fumi jhing, J Tuts, -Rendy-mude  Clothing, Jkiots, JJoys' Clothing etc.     ' (,  B. J BOURNE   FIRST BU  P. BURNS & CO  Wanted to Rent.  nW'iinli'd-^-To lietit  Kenzio Ave.     Apply  IKI.N'AI.I).    ' ,    '  ii   .Stnt'i)  on Mc-  ��������� In" .1.  (!.   iMac-  '   2(12  Miss Ethel Devfip  ,A.T.C.M.  *       j    ' f  ucacbci; of piano  anO Wocal Culture   ���������   ���������"'  WOOD YARD  l have started 11 permanent Wood  Yard 'on Third street.. \\'il,h my p.ist  pxpeiiunee I hope to he in ti position,  to h.-ilisfy till I'l'tjuiii'iiieiilH oi' custoin-  i'1's. Dry cord wood kept in sLnck ancl  supplied in any lengths at reduced  pi ices for cash. 0, ' '   t ,  -���������      '    '  U. SAMSON,'*  Open Air Rink  t> *       \ ' ,  ���������, ��������� k  VV. G. Watson's op^cn air  rink  is now'open. Ice in good shape  '.   'SKATINp DAILY.  Studio --  at The Parsonage  YODO FUJI  1 ' =i  hat, reopcni'd.a ,,    ' '  RESTAURANT  *      ' * ' >    -   ������ -.  ������ on iMclveii7.il' Avenue.   <���������  Open Day and Night. First-Class Service  '" '       i.wtc  Wholesale, and Retail ',  ��������� ������������������ ' , 1 r      *  1 ���������  .    .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir, and Cold Storage :  ,    . .    ', '      " ���������^ssss^Oalg'ary,'Alberta  REVELSTOKE, B. ,C;  ABRAHAMSON    BROS.,   PROPRIETORS. /      ������ r  Newly .built.    , FirHt-clsiss in evory respect:     /'ll nioiliirn conveniences.  '' ���������      _     Jjiirge'SiiinpIo llooni.s.  ',      , ' " - '.  ',,;       Rates $1.50 per Day, ' '-   _   Special Weekly Rates.-'' "-~~  Y*>  ������ t\\  Queen's, Hotel,* Trout Lake, under same  manao-cmc'iit  ,   c- ' ��������� '  Gv.  Cj.'\W:.(D.'Wr.  - Mountain View Oun]) Xo. \120.    ..  OFMCIAL NOTJCE"  All inciiibci'i plensii .ittond annual incctniK  Ki-ul.iy. evi-niny. Dra. i>th. Uiisinass: Kindlon  ot ollicor-, for your 111(1(1. i- -     11  Sli" 'II. W. ICn^'ARIJS, Clerk.  Ilouoiiilile tlio C'luef (-oniiiiK^ionor of Linul  ���������ind U'ork>- for li .-pi'cial luxiihu lo oul .mil  carry away timber fiom llie follow ini; do-  M-rilioil lanil- in Wu-l ICootciiny disiricl:���������  :i iio-t 1)1.lined on riullivan  , ... , , . i v^.u^n iii.um.1 .,t. P. Hropliy, iiliiuil, two and a-  Cheap lillenorgOOdoiitexorbliint prices I hiilf inil������>  from   it- mouth, llienee  .-.onlli sn  that are not  appreciated    by    the    re-    cli.im-, theneo ta-t M   chain-.,  thence   iioill  HOCKEY   CLUB.  A moetiiii,-of the Hockey Club will be bold,  m the City Hall, at nine p.m., Thursday,.  December 7, to reorganise or consider reorganisation. ������  DL-i.inii.'lli.v.w, Nov. ISth, 1II0J.  rplIK Annual Ccnor.il JIeeliii(jof the Uo\ol-  I. .-(lokc- and Metlullougli Cieek Hydraulic  i\Iiliin^ Coiiipan}. Liiniti'd, will be held at.  the Head Ollice of the Compiim at IlcvcNloko  on '1'ue^lav, the 12th day of December ne\-l,  at the hour of three o'clock in the afternoon,  for receiving the reports of the director-.,  election of olllccr- for the ciiMiing year, and  Other uiiiinev-. '  '   C. U. JUG LEY.  1 J ,'T. .MICIIANI).  .1. CI.  IIAltltlS. -  Owing to the large increase in  ,'our Ijiikery Business wo have been  obliged to do away with all old- .  time 'methods * and, jiislal'.new  machinery of the" latest type,  which places us in a posilio'n to  ������ cope witlrany like concern in ,thi''  province. *,f  . -     -       -       .* .    ���������'  Call and Inspect Our/Goods." ���������  , S ,vi!l   "Assortment to Choose  ,  From! Satisfaction Guaranteed.  '   'OPERA   HOUSE.   ������������������������������������������������������        :  MONDAY^BVENINQ,, JANUARY ,lst,;,1906: "  REVELSTOKE   AMATEUR   MINSTRELS.  ,     ,-        ���������    .-.        UNDKIl Till': AUSl'lCICS OK 'I'll IS C.'O \V. 0. \V.   '  "s '   .       :      Everything' will be  new-: and i* up io date'.      / ' -   ;  .",-''    ?    -  'nytxrsiG)' --   ���������   * -r ' - -... ,- '"' *   '' ' '-  , . *     ,.,.,. i     . t ��������� <������������������   iDjA-isrczisra-  DANCE    AFTER ^THE ' StiOW':   ���������  rmk  HOBSON  & BELL  BIG  A I5l(i SUI'I>1-I{ WILL  '   <���������       '        PRICES -  lil; ShKVI:I) DUKINIi  -   ,  -    , -      -       4-G-  TMIj DANCfi.  8. ,      ,v  MISS GARVIN,  TEACH JClt   OK' IMANOTORTE  - i t  JSng.igemnnts accepted for At-  IIonics &c. Theory Lessons a  specialty. Studio at Mrs. liews,  Second'Street.     , * -'       ^ , >  ���������VTOTlCi: IS   HKltKHY   OIVKN'thut thirty  L\    d.i.v- .ifler d.ite I   iniend lo apply to the  Trade, you tret     t'oiniiiciiciiii,'.  - - '  *:      .B       Cieek-in.irki'd 31. P.  Arc arriving every day.  old stock left, so come in  and keep posted on  the new stuff.  Import Brushes  Are here in  MHilarys. Ladies  &c.  All of the latest.  .   Back Combs  We have the newest and most  up-to-date.  Perfumes  A dozen new odors have  arrived.    They arc  simply exquisite.  ceivers. AA'e have the largest, stock of  Smokers Supplied iu the interior to  choose from, at prices that make  them sell. Ladies; day every Frid.iy  till the Xew Year. Brown's Cigar  ''tore.  For   sending    away    to    the  i-n elin-iii-. tlieneo "e������t So eh.iin-. to point ol  coinincneeiiiLiit, comiainiii^ lilt) ^lore-, more  or k���������.  M. I' niiOI'JIY.  Ri'H'Ntolc, 11. (' . .Vol. 29. IfliJ."..  rnllltlTY BA YS after (laic ueiiili'iid   to  ' Work- for ,i ^pt-einl liuuii-e lo enl.mid curry  _,.[nw:iy limber from the following do-eribed  Old j land-:  Country the  Canada   Drue  Company-1   i-'c-oiiiiiii'iii-inir .v a po-t pliuiti'd nt, the  , .   .^        ....     .���������-       _.   '      r_ i north e.L-t t-ornor or K. mill s. Illoek SWI, and  marked " Hifj Bond 1,umber Company'- South-  ca.-t   Corner Post."   ihenci;   nortli   lijn chain--.  have a magnificent sei'ction ol good?  suitable for Xmat present?, and ai-o  for easy mailing. Call in and ������������f  them.  The I.irge.-;t .-<tock of Unok Horse  Blankets and Fur Robes in the Interior of IJ. C, at price.- that are  'reasoriahle. I). C -McLaren. Kamloops Harness F.mpijriuui.  J3oy-j' Own, Girl's, Own, ChuiiH,  Chatterbox,   and  hundreds   of  tin m.e west, Ul chain-. I hei.i e '.onth IMt eliain-i.  llii'iici' e.u-1 III cli.iin- lo point nl i-oiiiincnce-  meni.  2. ('oiniiiein'i'in^ at.i po-l planted .ilinnt one  mil'- norrh from tl.e north-wivt cornel- of Iv.  aim S. lilocl.' .-l������. and rnaiked " Hit? Ileiul  lairnln-r I'ompany - ^otilh-i'ii-t ('oiner Post."  th<"nri- noun ,-ai (.-ham-, thenci' np-t S<l cli.iiits.  Ihciiri- -onth fni eliain-. tlienei; ea-t S" eh.iin-  to iHiiht nt commencement. -  :1 1'omnii'iH-iii^ ul a post, planted about, one  nidi- nnrlh fiotn tin- north ivest lorner ol IC.  tnil   rf.   Illm-k   S'l'i, and   marked   " His    Mend  Otlior i l,������iiil'"i- Coinpany'iJ   Nortli e.'i-t   (.'iniir-r I'o-I,  r,     ,      t       r> l    /<���������  i '    ! lli'-ni.'- ������e-t-<) <.li,inw. thi-ncc south S) cbain-,  books   for   Huys  anil    Curls,   just    Iimvhi,,.,,,.,.,,,^ -n . Iiaiiu. tln-ncc north ������i chains  th:- veir. -old  at   th'--   Cnnada    Dniir I (������ i"" "f"'" i'''"1"' "i.  .  -,.     i    ri' i ' '   i "��������� UrMi l.i'MBi  and   Book Company. j Noi 2-, itio.,.  (*OMI'AN\ .  Clocks 2 Clocks!  ��������� 8-Day, Half Hour* Strike,   for'  $'100 only.     Limited  Number. ���������   L  J. Guy Barber  Alphonsus De Feo  ���������   PROFESSOR" . :  ���������\'1  ��������� '  OF PiANO    ,   ���������     '   '  Lessons 50c. Each.  i  piven at Mr. Dominic (.'iillicono,  near Station.  1 .7 i     '    ���������  Music supplied at "At Homes" and  "   Dances:  ! Winflsop Restaurant  "Mrs! rr.'J. Jln.ibury 'AJanagrcss.  ������,  First-Class Table. ���������  ' Private Dining Boxes.  .-      Ijiir^e IjiniiiKrooiu for  . ,       KaiKinels, Suppois, etc.'   ,  Furnished Rooms To' Het.   '  FIRST- STBEET, EEVELSTOKE  W m: F1 e m i h g,  .    '   , 7    . .Wliolesale and Retail .   ,-  Meat' lerehant.';'  Bv  - - I I   ,'  t.  Fish  and   Game   in- Season  First St., Revelstoke. -  ' THE COAL  Vou uiiii  depend on to lieiit your Iioilsc or  store  IS O-ALT COAL  1,-onuiiie coal, not slate or lignite.  ALSO 200 CORDS WOOD  WKMj SKASONKI)  Order.-; left, at the Lawionee Jlnnhiare Si ore,  orat .Sinytho.s Toliaieo .Storo, inoinpl.ly  at tendril to.  J. C. Hutchison,  for buying Xmas Presents at a first class Cigar Store,  You get the Best at Prices that are right.  Drug Company Limited  We Have Everything a Smoker Wants  Tobacco Jars, Turkish Pipes, Meerschaum, Gold  Mounted and Briar Pipes of the best makes  Cig-ar and Cigarette Holders, Tobacco Pouches  Imported and Domestic and Union Cigars  in small boxes made expressly for the Holiday Trade.  Ladies Day -Every Friday Till the New Year.  BROWN'SSCiGAR STORE  (GOOD GOODS)  l-'IltST STHKI'.T.  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paia  F.   B.    WELLS,  Exporter of Furs:  Richard R. Copeland  JOBIJING OAltMUNTUIl  AND OABIiSMSTiMAKrai}  Millll.Il'S,   Slll'lving-,   Sloi'lll     DilDI';  Jobbing Promptly Attended To  Tliiril .Slici'l. IO.isI,  Iti'vcl-lnl.  Ulu  If In want of  Hay, Vegetables  ��������� write for prices Lo  L. E. Griffiths  *i\'].\l,AK\VA,   I!, c.  It should be borne in mind 'that  every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the' vitality and prepares the  ���������ystem for the mors eerious discuses, among irhich are the twe  greatest destroryers af human life,  pneumonia aad^cmismnptim.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has won its great popularity by its  prompt cores of this most common  ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves the lungs and opens the  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent core. It counteract*  any tendency toward pMWKoaia.  ������   Price 25c, Large Six* 50c.  . )  y  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer In- .^rrmng*  BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All ui fieri promptly llllctl.  Corner    IJoiikIh  I   mill KinK .sLrufiU,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  UNION  HOTEL  AND  ,'..'    JIBSTAUKANT.. 7  i\r������s. 7R-. ���������JS.'.McKrrriiiok  l!;iM(|iii)(,H, Tlipfttrc .Parties and  Private Suppers a specialty.  THE CITY EXPRESS  G. W. B. Paget, Prop.  I'i'iiiiipt flelivory of parcels, baggage,  ftc , Ifi any part, of the City.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  XELErilO-XE .NO. 7.  *   \


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