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 REAP BY  5,500  Provincial Library  ������EC (? _ 1904  lis  I"  G*  ^ORiA-^^^  /&  warn*  READ BY  5,500  ' "0   r'll  Vol. 11.-No. ,36 .  REVELSTOKE. *B C, DECEMBER 3:  1004  $2.00 Per Year.  LIIV ITI-.D.  "DEPARTMENT  Our  .will  yoti.  .Shoe  Ui-pni-tmeiu  1 ** ���������"  niiycr    disappoint  New Goods'just  ELECTRIC POWER FOR VERNON.       THE WAR  in? Men,'s Hcvivy \\ alk-  Ang Shoes, just the/hir,<V  for this weather, Ladies  "Heavy   Walking- Shoes,  Comfortable" and Warm.  .'���������',- Rubbers ? Rubbers   Rubbers  ~A A  \    u ALL   SIZES. /,",.���������  " '   '     ;  : A     XMiA:S  PRESENTS  ;" /^Presents.-for" Ladies.  -,:,..' Presents for Gentlemen'  <     Presents for Children"  - ^ *. 7     11   -1 \ i l       t  4 Come and see the an.iyr     Vou will finchus picpaied foi the  -    Holiday Season as  usual    The time  is  fast approaching    '  -1 when you will be looking foi suitable goods> for gifts to the ������_  -     '      "       many fiiends.       -~ ALL WELCOME.'        ' '-   A  G.B.Hume&Go.  IH'*"'       iv >���������  STO V E S  Oook  Sto  'A   Su^t <ii rived <i cailo.id of Stoves.  coinpiisinefiSteer Ranges,  uA-es, C'oal,HeatingSto\es, Wood If eating J3to\es.   ' ���������      _   ri..K.  ','    ' Air-Tight Heaters from ,$3 50 up. "  We .we showing the finest, lini' nf Wood Heaters ever shown in this  disttict.     '������_'-.. - ' ,, .     '.  Goods'of the best (uniou nude). ���������-Pi ices of the host ,md values  unequalled. , ,  W. M. LAWRENCE, Revelstoke  i      *    Agent TILDIiN-GURNEY GO,  Hamilton. -  '  Our New Goods are hrere  ij , ,   * i  i '  And we me leady foi the ti.i'dc.    Eveiytlnng in connection witli  this house is fust ol.iss.       Om selection of Woollens is the best.  Wc cut e\eiy gaimcnt with .1 pcnect style .incrfit, .ind the woik-  'iii.insliip gnes it a beautiful finish, a joy to the customei.  WILS  Mckenzie avenue.  THE TAILOR  NEXT TAYLOR BLOCK.  BLACKSMITH ���������D WHEELWRIGHT  i ' ItEVELSrOliE.* li, C.  has lic.'ii .ipmirnlPil ag''"! for the Fuuhild Co  nf Winnipeg, the John   i  I"), im i  l'lnw ('."iipii.N    Hi.   Mi.Inn- W iL'"ii Ciiiiipun    'i'.i  lli-���������  (.ni.iili  (In 11 in.- CiuipiiM "I   H.'.kmII'   ...id ������ ill f -ii 11  t ������������������!! -I ��������������������� I��������� ������������������! (iiii.'i-.  hnni-lung-  .mil .igiiiiilnii.il ii.ii'li'n.nif������ ut  U.lgllll-.     |lll>\\ ���������������,    L'H ��������� I'll?.'  all kinds  Oideis pi >L������'d ������ith In in ������i  fill lllll"- Ul   lllf   lllillkl't  hi-   Iill. d wilh lhi'   lii'-l (I i-������ol iii.mii  "Wholesale and Retail  .    .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage ���������  .s^-ssw^Ca.learv. Alberta  ' J ' I'liotf) bj Ciorakl H. llooro  S1JUSWA1' FALLS, PROPOSED SJTJi  i        <   ���������*  OF ELECTRIC POWER PLANT  The price of fuel for domestic and  other purpotes is getting to be a  sei ipiis one, and one, tlmt calls foi  im hied into consideiatioii^iind prompt  action- The f.uit of the Vei non  electiic light plant being run at a loss  of S|i3000 pei annum is an eyc-openei,  and demands that some other means  of motive power bo substituted, and  that without unnecessary delav.  It seems to us that the tine and  only satisfactoiy solution of the  difliculty.is to he found in developing  sufficient electiic ei'eigy to supply not  onlj light,', but also motne power.  Were such power pio\ided in Veinon  it is ' altogethei likely that manufacturing establishments of various  kinds would spring up,' making the  city " a centiebfindustii.il activity,  the good effects of which would bo felt  by ill classes of the community  It is only a slioit time since two  such propositions weie laid befoie the  council, one to" get the power from  Long Lake ancl the^ othei from Sliu-  swap falls,   a., distance; of   25  miles  Both of, these' offers' were considered  to be too high and were rejected.  Would it not be_well to, again, take  the matter up and endeavor to arrive  at a satisfactory conclusion ?   ,   ' $  Biiefiy,i the last proposition wns  that of the Shuswap falls where, it is  estimated, a capacity of 2500 h. p. can  he developed "and the enoigy ' transmuted t the city*. - The promoters  i ���������''' ,.  oflered   to   supply   16 'candle power  lights foi 35 cents each per month ,on  a 20 yeais contract, prodded that not  less than 2000 lights weie continctcd  for Or, as an alternative, they ofleicii  to take���������over the' piesent plmit at a  valuation on a 20' yeais franchise,  and guarantee the miiumiim rate of  35 cents pei light of Kj^candle, powci  With* these two .propositions ,l,efoio"  them it looks to,ut asfif some tangible  way out of the piesent difficulty might  lie evolved by the eity^ council. 'The  puce of fuel is not likely to be less in  the futuie than it is,, at piesent, and  something must be done ,to stopthe  deficit iT the city does not want to  become financially embairased. ' *  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  UiipitalAutlioriiOil, $4,1X10 <XX)    Capital Paul Up, SJUHOIX)     Ho-t, ������ Im0,������X1  Head Ollice, Tohovio, Omwiiio  lir.uiclioi in tho Nnill.Wf".t TorntoriM-, Miinilf.hii, Oul inn null CJiipJiit  Anil   ll") tiillinviiiK iKiinls in   Hritish   Coluniliin      Cr iiibr.inl,    Uiilflon,  Nolsui], llovolsUiko, Trout, Lil.u, Vuncuiivor and ^ iclorm  Tlioto bj R   Lockio-EwiiiB  STEAMER ABERDEEN, C. P. R. BOAT PLYING ON OKANAGAN LAKE  The steamei Abeideen is, like all the C. V. R. steameis plying on inland  watcis, well and comfoitably fitted up, and with the lapid giowth of settlement along the lake this steamer does an enonnous height and passengei  business. .Capt Estebrook, foimerly of Slocan, has been in chaige of the  Abeideen foi some yeais and is one of the most popul.ii "officeis in the company's service Mi Macdonald, the puisei, is also an excellent official, and  the public /eel that it is no fault of Capt. Estebiook oi' Puisei Macdonald il  they uie not well sened  Japs^ Assume "Offensive���������An-  Other Big Battle Expected.  Japs.Gain Important Position.  St Pt'teisburg, Nov. 29.���������The war  office has recerved' information fiom  Cliefoo that the Japanese assault on  Poit Arthur Saturday was lepulsed  with oiioi mous loss. '  General Kuropatkin under yestei-  day's date repoits that the Japanese  oflcnsivo niovement which begun Nov  2dtli near the village of JsinUietehen  wns of an nidecibivoi clia'iactei up to  4 p. m. Nov. 20th, and was checked by  the Russian lire. Although the lighting had then lusted tlnce days, the  Russian   troops   were,  in    excellent  spirits. ,      ( ,    ' A later despatch fiomGctiPi.il Ku-  lopntkin leporlH tliut the niwlit of  Nov. 27ih passed quictly^it'.lainkhete-  hen but the Jnpaiiesc assumeil the  otlensive at 5 ii. ni.' on the Russian  river.        i '  The attack , by' ,the ,;;Inp.inese  upon". Gcneialr Rcnimi'iik.iinofi's  posiiiioti on NovY 24th, ^le'oiilied ni'  tlnee days lighting at' Jsnrklrutehen,  near Da Pass. ' Though the J.iiiani.se  have been repulsed, the fighting still  continues ^.The^ .Lipanefcc have succeeded in placing seveial biu, Biege  guns in'position, with which they will  be able'to successfully liaia-,s' rthe  Russians. '���������-���������/"'    ,������'.'.'  sjl'okyo, Dec. 1.���������It is lejioitoil that  tho YfapaTie-se- iiBonultcd," cm ml������iiii(|_  io tallied the south-eastern portion of  ���������iOU-Metie^Iill. '       w  t- ���������  , Cliefoo,'Dec. 1.���������Chinese who left  l'oit Dalny on November 25th ai lived  heid today i L'hey say fighting at Pint  'Vitliur continues 5 They heaid firing  on Nov 29 while at sea. The Chi.K'se  assisted' in cniiyinp1- the Japanese  wounded from the ti lins to the hospital and personally counted a tlious.un1.  .' The J^ipaiiese they add seem dc'  piessed.      o   '   , ���������        '  , St. Petei'sburg, Dec. 1 ��������� 'Foioign  roports,of.thq.figlir,ing.atiEoi t.Ai thni_  aie accepted hoicAeiy seimusK'-^If  the Japanese have taken" 203' Mono  Hill, as leported, and iiiccoiiniianilitv  the whole h.ubor, it lsbel-evid that  i , ' * i"  ,        .,  situation is ciitical   '   ,      ������  'London, Dec. 1���������Kennett IUnJemli  wntcS'Ahe 'Daily 'Telcgianji finni  Cliefoo that in the recent' n���������..uilt Tin-  Japanese lost foui thousand men The  despatch concludes ' Despu ue lighting occuis eveiy day ^anil the losses  aie said to be excessive, but the .Tip  anese insist that Port Ail bin miis-b  full within twenty-one days "  Admiral Togo is having bis ships  cleaned and repaired in li-adine.-s to  meet the Russia,!*- Baltic fleet  P014T MilllUK 'io 8Uiun:M)i.ii   "The-0/ii^ has advised Geneial  Stoessol to buTiendoi^Poit Aithur to  a\oid fiuthei loss of life  'This will foe a Record-  ristmas   -with   us   for  ���������Fine  ', / ,i'  ' ^ ������������������ 'ti  erraneari Fruits  1904 CROP.  "   ' i    ' _������. i  5 Crown Cleaned l'ilcha. Currants in $i packages, 5 Crown  Cluster., Raisins.   Bleached    Sultanas,   Valentia ' Raisins,  Muscatels,'Seeded   Raisins in   \Vo, packages,  Layer'"Figs,  Dates, Malaga Grapes, Shelled Valentia Almonds, Stuffed!  Fit's  <md   Dates in   lib   Fancy  Boxes,  Shelled ,,Walnuts  Sicily   Filberts,-Grenoble   Walnuts,    Brazils,   Sarragonaf  Almonds, Polished Pecans, Crystalized Fruits in nib fancy  Cditoons, Candied Lemon, Change and Gtron l^eel; NavalI  Or.utges,   Ben   Davie's   and   choicest varieties'of Aooles,  '   .I   v Cranberries,'Celery, and Hot House Lcuucesv    '  1       ' 1'��������� ' i- '  All the Leading Varieties'of Christie Brown & Co's. and McCormick'sl  /' , '    ��������� FANCY 'BISQUITS -' W-a|  Cake's 1 and 2 lb,tPlum pudding 1 and 2 1V5* W.ethey't Mincemeat  'r   <  ,, ������������������     i ,   - A, * '   in.Pacliagerj.1       _   '    pJ .    .'   ,"-..,.1's;,J  fThe Toilo;^m^pBELie^iEs?^  jii-iYo'hancl for Xmas trade": King'.Oscar Sardines, Choipeb^q'^^A  pAi, Fine'Olive Oil, No Hones or Scaler Sportman, Mofdaleb.aij j  oilier leading varieties of Bailees. Belland's Fish^BalJsY ^Pineapple'J  Fig and Oia'nge Marmalades- in'lib gl.asJais, La /.en by's '"Assorted  'Concentrated   Soiips,   GiAard's Pickles' in ^OoAbottle^.SpJendidf  Assoitment of' Robiii&on's"Fancy Candies, Creams;*Chocolates and  Bon-bons in 1 and-2'lb fancy boxes.    'Consignments of ^Japanese I  ' Oranges received daily.' *     ���������A-  .A'.A^vAj  Oup Stock of Paney:anil;Staple'GpoeepMli  is'the most complete in tbe city, and our* prices^attractiye'." You like J  Ho deal at a Grocery 'House" where (they, look'nice'and clean, ,where  clerks are polite, and obliging,^heie'deliveries are made on time,  '.iboye all/where you know you aie getting tbe best in the market at  tbe f.iirest of prices.  " That's tbe sort of houce we keep.    .Call and  be sine of it.    Compnie  our pneun. and  exniiiine the quality and  ."    ���������>.        ,  >.'      '\ariet\ of otn <:oods.  Ojhoiccsl/Biirhdsof Flour, O.rtmiMl^elc always in stock.Bran Shorl&l^r  ~Clio|>i'i'd li.iy, WlTeat elTJT'urlowi^i market p/ices?. Fresh ^Vegetables! "  Tol.C(oe~r Beef-VClibbage-pj-Pa i/ruiP.il'trrnips; Oarrots;'itc.iii-Specia] T  (liiiii.iiions in quantities.-     ,w\'JdiU^foi iMcClarjv's-Fanious'Ranges',j  bin\i'^, licatei- iV-c   I.cading'lines in Hardware, Crockery and Glassf  A" ' >M\  '   &  tr,'  '-hi  1>v     ",    "j^iy ( I  ������     ^       1     */' 'i^ii".,'t  "    ,5;   -,   /--    '"ft       if  ' *      ^    >"      j   " ,V , ���������(  ,A.      > ���������     .. Ay,  l^'-, ^_*i ���������*   1^ -1.  ' ^  I AJf^>-l>-'' n> <^Ai  'fi;$$l  'Af/-  'Af^y-'HY'.vA^  ^a'V;aj.a^  ."* '-.V  J-i.  *p������-  ������4A-  ji������  "tys-^Z  -\-  ( *V*  \*  "v'���������r*^; ������  ���������*l  r  " Jt*f  i  -    '  1 C  *%  T  t  ,   -/, ���������  -*Ht  "  " "  ****     *"  "L  + **   f\  T It MLititi-ri, Prosiilont D It Wii.kii., Vico-Prosidont niid Goiioml Mnungor.  E Hav, Absiitiiiit'.aonoriil MiiiuiKor     W Moirir, Chief Iiiiiiootor  Revelstoke Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  SnvniKS Duiiiirlmoiil���������Dopusits Hocoivod mid lutorost Allowoil. J  Driitls sold iivmlnblo in nil purls of Cuimila, Unitoil Stalo-, nnd Eurniio.  Spocml nlloiiliiiii kivoii t<i ckIIocIidiim A. I* Pniri-8, Mnungor.  Photo b> F,  \'. Taslor, Kolowna  FALLS ON MISSrON CREEK.  Mission Cieek is one of the beauty spots of the Okanngan Valley and the  .ilxnc lllusti.ition shows one of its giandest features.  C. P. R. EXTENSIONS.  Erecting Shops to be Moved  From Vancouver to  - Revelstoke.  .'V repmt is, circulated that the C P.  It. niteiiil oMeiiilmL' then \\.>ik shops  heie .mil will leiuove to Rovelstnke  tlie ei'-i-tiii- shop .it V.iiieomei T1 i^  .li'p.iitinuiir, will .1I10 he i\timli<l heie,  employing consider.ibly 11101 e men,  .ind imikir..; Hi \cl-tokc -hops .nnonsr  thu l.u^ctit .mil most nnpni >.iiit un  the compuiy\s>ye>tem.  LUMBERING.  K I. Kinni.iii has .1 lon^ lei lei 111  thoTiout I .ike Topic in.ikni!? aenoii**  ch.uget, .i(*.uiist the iliicetm-- ul tin-  C.in.idi.in Tuubei .ind ii.iwn ills Limited, and denying rh.it he 1-, tiying to  hold up the cnmp.niy.  The IJiitihh Adniirultj .in iiiliiiing  1 In  Hurt .it K-iinim.ilr  The American weutl-er buieau pre-1 C. Willis, teamster sit S.ilmo, was  diets unusually cold weather in middle seriously hurt by hemg thrown from  oi December. 1 bis wagon, which piissed ovei him.  Head  Quarters  ^ FOR  XMAS  PRESENTS  And Don't You Forget it.  Walter Bews, Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  Noxt Humo'i. Block  vfr  gsSn������I In Xmas Garb  " Fit-Reform " is ready for gift buying.  Tho richest patterns���������exclusive vcIoths and  colorings-that have no duplicates, are  hero NOW. This is a hint to those who  look ahead. ,      *   ,_  If you intend to surprise  someone at-  homo v/ith a Fit-Reform Suit orNOvercoat  selectNCW, while stocks are at  their height.  % We'll make necessary  alterations, or change  tho ontiro p-jrc'iaco after -^h^'A^M  Xmas without cxira  charge.  Suits and Overcoats  $12. to $30  '   cAfl  < ',  i 'il  All  1  Macdonald & Montieth, Revelstoke.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Inccirpor.itcd bi Act of I'.irli.imuut, lS-w  HEAD OFFiCE, - - iMONTKJSAL.  \\ M.   MOI.SON   i\lAU'lli:il''OS-,   Pli'S. S     II.   KWING,   VlC.'-l'll's.  .1 \.mi;s Ki.i.roi*. Genti.il AI.111.1gc1.  CAPITAL PAID UP  RESERVE -  $3,000,000  $3,000,000  Everything 111 way of hanking bustnesi ti a 11-.acted without un-  liccessciiy delay.  Inteiest eii'dited twice .1 ye<ir<it cuiient rates, on Savings Bunk  deposits.    W. H. PRATT, Manager, - RhVELsroKK, B. C.  >!,> THE KOOTEKAY, MAIL.  .Gbellxoqtena^flDaU  PUHLlSHKli   SATURDAY.      .  ' ' , ���������AT���������  ',   EEVELSTOKE, B.C..   '  S-.00   Per    Annum  Subscription  OiVKUTISISG l'ATKS on appliiulidn  Cli.\in,v- m oWiuliiiK ndvcrli-oincnls niu-l  oo In w-11 a. in. Weane-d.i} of e.i' li ���������������'���������< '������ lo  -ociiru KOod di-plny. 'SliindliiK ml\uiti-ii|S  iimuor will be changed l wico u moid" ������ >"."���������  ' oul cum cIiiii-kc For more frciiuciil  al'or-i'.ioii- tlie lime ofeupicil in miil.niK  -.line Mill be charged ul. u-.ii.il inli'-.  J OH PMXTING promptly oveoiiird nl reasonable mtci.  TERlf.3-Ca.-li. Subscriptions pnjalile in nil  vnnce. . , i       , i '  fOKUKSPON'DKN'CK imited on innlioi-s of  oublie iiilcrc-t. Communications to Mil-  for. imi-l be accompanied >v name of  <\nlor. nol ncca-sai-ily foi publication, lnil  l.- evidence of wood f.utli. Coi i e-pondyin-e  -honld bu brief.    We request oup numerous readers to  i.ivop us with their assistance in  ' nuklnp the KOOTENAY MAIL the  most valuable advertising medium  in, th������ Kootenays by giving- the  preference , whon .making- purchases to those, firms who are  reg-ular advertisers In the KOOT '  ENAY MAIL,   j-  witli tbe utmost rigor men of whatever political caste who descend to  such disgraceful tactics to.beat the  people out of their franchise.  If  ZINC MININCi.      ',  a bureau, of mines  is created  P"  .M.O UK IS OX,  ,       ,  IJ li.VTIST.  fJrrici:: ,   i  OVKK    UKWS   DKIT1   STOUK.  11  AKVEV, McOARTKK  ASD IMXKIIAiM,  ,',  "HAHKISTUKS, SOLICITOUS, KTO.  Okkices : ', MolsO.vs   Haxk   Block.   lu-.via.  '       *���������  ?   STOKE, U. C. '      '   ,  .Money io lonn. ���������  Ofllcc-: Kevelsloke. B. 0.  Uko. 3. McCahtkh,  A. M. I'iskiiam,'  HeveMokc, H. C.  H'ort Sleele, tt. (J.  J. A. IlAitvr.v, ,  Korl Sleele. II. C.  J  OIIX   MANNING-SCOTT    Ji. A.  L-. L. B.   i  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  First Stri'i'L.,  Revelhtoke, B.C.  E,  (Mem  DWAHD A. UiVGGEN,  ,<i.  ���������    Mining ,.E-';i*;"JEA _ 7  .     '   .' .."rrToUMito' MiniiiK KiiKiiieui*-)  , American  , ���������.iiii.lian Mining Institute.)  ,   (Mem' >.        ,,   .,    ,  '    * ���������-, Kkvelstoke, B. O.  ,.    Yiinalioir of-tnnil  lopoits on  M111u1.il I' o  k~ .     yperties. a Specialty. '���������'.'���������  ' '  Z\jc$\ootemy(pml  (uNIONtfeyJlA 61 L>  SATURDAY, DECEMBER  H, I'.IOl  Mtin'sey's Magazine suy.s : = 'The  Canada of today'is a figure, in tbe  world, and the world may n:.s well  be aware of it."  -- Premier    "McBride's      greatest  grievance   againstt the -Liberal1, is������.  >Uhat Ihey.lvave-a/ handsome' m:i-  - jority   at   Ottawa 'lyhilo   he can't  .raise a corporal's guard.   (  at Ottawa, one of tbe fir-st points it  should take up is the'development  'of the zinc industry, together w'th  the establishment in British Columbia of reduction ,\vork<... This  province is full of zinc oie. ,Jtis  (|ue.-itionable if there Nil counlry  on the face "of the earth so .rich in  zinc oies. ..Largo bodice* of the1--!!  ores are so( situated they could bo  easily mined. The mineral can be  treated as well here,as, in Joplin,  where such, immense wealth has  resulted from mining and treat  merit", of this mineral. Right  alongside the main line of 'the C.  P.i'lt. east of Revelstoke, in the Iiig  Jiend, in ISast Kootenay, at l'ing-  ston Creek on Arrow Lake,, in  Slocan, at Nelson, on the Kootenay  Lake, on the Coast���������in fact everywhere west of the- Rocky Mountains there are great deposits of  zinc ore awaiting \ development,  and which might be made to add  in other" H-5,000,000 to $0,000,000  to the,annual iniheral production'  of 'this province;.      , '  .  ,  iThe   proposal   of   tbe dominion  ' government to acquire the principal  telegraph ancl telephone ���������'lines   in-  'volves'their   operation __ at   cost, a  policy that   will   be  'an  immense  boon to the people. "      - a  The" Prospector' complains' the  ���������Conservatives elected the Liberal  candidate in this district. No  doubt they did. A * great part of  the strength'- of the Liberal party  comes from those broad-minded  Conservative? who admire its administration in the interest of the  country, and manvof the^ best men  of the Liberal party were formerly  Conservatives.  ,     -    WELL MICIUTISO  ' 1 c      1  ', .Gre'ni c-roviitib due and is cheerfully accorded to Senator Temple-  man for the splendid- huccess of  British Columbia in the recent  elections. ll. .is nut many years  since it was impossible to elect,a  Liberal ^nciuber -in' tho province,  but now, largely (through, the 1111  ceasing efforts and' pertinacity of  tho Senator, a solid delegation of  Liberal members goes to Ottawa.  Senator < Tcmplenian , i.s a'man ih  whom the utmost- reliance can be  placed; and i.s highly esteemed by  all classes, both on account of hit>  personal qualities and- foi bis  optimism and rigid adherence to  the principles of the party of his  choice, and few 'indeed there are  who will grudge h'ini all "tho honor  and*1 all'the eclat which ha'sjiow  crowned the cliorts of many years  faithful service lo., Liberalism m  British Columbia.'  We heartily.endorse the demand  which W." A: Galliher has made  on the dominion government for  the.creation of a portfolio of mines.  At the Provincial mining convention a resolution was proposed by  the editor of this paper urging such  a portfolio. If tbe department  were administered with as much  ability as the other departments at  Ottawa it could not fail to give an  immense stimulus to tbe mining  industry in this province.  The contrast' in   war_times between   the   Canadians    and      tbe  Russians is seen in tbe  large number; of   Russian   reservUts   fleeing  the country  rather   than   join   the  army,   200   of   them   arriving in  Halifax one day la.-t week.    When  clanger threatened the Jiriti-h Kin  pire there was no lack of volunteer?  from Canada to go to South Africa  and thou.-ands   were  disappointed  in not having  the  opportunity   to  show their   loyalty   by taking up  arm? acainct tbe Roera.  LIBERAL CONVENTION.  ���������   Our   suggestion   in    last week's  issue that a 'Liberal convention be  called at"an early date to   consider  matters of special interest to B. C,  has been'well received  and  favorably commented on.     The time is  drawing near"'when the   legislature  iwill be called together for business,  and it would be well for   this   convention   to   meet   before then, as it  would   be   inconvenient   to ' do so  while the House   was   in   session.  Tbe   McBride     government   - has  proved itself incompetent  to satisfactorily coiulttct provincial affaiis,  and now is the time to solidify our  forces Lo oust the present occupants  from    tbe   high   position    thev so  unworthily   fill.      Their   majority  is an exceedingly slender one,   and  is likelv to be still further  reduced  *v 1  as soon as the House meets. Besides this a convention such a- isi  proposed "would <. be of material  benefit to the Liberal leader in becoming acquainted with' the prominent men of the part}- and in  exchanging ideas with them on  matters affecting the province.  opened up, equipped in a liiM-H,i--  manner and Inuil coal su-pplii'il    I"  the people' al    le-s co-i   thiiu i'\i'i  before.      Now we are infonneil Mi.  Whyte   i? ��������� taking   slop**   10 111 'kr  himself specially   acquainted    willi  other feature? of the wen lib '<>l   the  Northwest   and   British   (!iilniiibi:i  and.   particularly    lire     r.int-hinti".  fruil-uiowing, hiniliciiiui and   mm -  ��������� 1      ' '-  ing industries with a   view -to   .1-  sisiing their development - to the  fullest extent within the power nf  Uio',r<iilway company. . \\"e wi-.li  Mr. Whyte all success in his iroo.l  work and believe the press and Unpeople can havo the fullest 'con 11-  ilfnoe in forwarding' to him any  suggestions they may have for the  development^ of the west, feeling  certain these suggestions will' re'  ceive ,the best attention at the hands  of a gentleman who holds 'a first  place among the railroad men of  America. - ,    -  CAPITAL AND LABOR. '  As- the result of his -observation  and information gained 'on ,the  labor commission Rev. Klhott S.  Kowe has an idea tbafhe thinks if  would be worth the ."while ,o������ largo  employers of labor ,to take up. MK  Rowe says .labor- difliculties more  often than ,not "arise through misunderstanding, and the dilliculty  the workers' have -in, laying their  grievances j before, tbe proper a'u-  tlVorilies .is oftentimes beciui'-e ,r.of  improper treatment.at tbe hands of  these authorities. <lle suggest;- for  instant i> "thai "the C. P.c R. would  find it toils advanlage .to have a  labor department, presided over hy  such a'liiari as Mr. -Whyte, .second  vice piesidenl, who has the mutual  confidence ol the railway'enipluyees  and the company. ' A" policy of  this kind'avould, be believes,,made  for peace, harmony , and good  understanding, 'which',could 'not  fail to prove valuable lo.bolb sides..  RAILWAY POLTOV.      -  'We 1 egret to see the C.1 P. R.  10-  fusing   the   rulings'of the railway  commission   that   it   musliediue  rate's,   [m these days'of enliidiloned  1 i ������    ,    ,  ideas on transportation the  people  will not permit, llie i-nihv.'iys "-to   be  tyrants.    The railway commissioners weie   very   careful    in their investigations,    and'just   in     their  decisions, and if these decision's are  to be treated with   derision   by the  C. P. R. or any other'raihvav com-  pany   the   effect   can   only   be to  create  clem and   for   more   drastic  legislation at the   hands   of parliament. c\eiv   to ���������the   extent of expropriating     the     railways    ���������and  running 'them   by   government in  the   public   interest.       If   public  opinion   develops   in  Uiis form the  railway companies will have themselves to thank.  Fair compensation  should of con 1 mi   be-paid  the railways for their  ptoperu-' which the  government may  find it   necc.-sarv  to take over, but public   ownership  and operation is the only   way out  if the,rnilwav companies refu--'   to  obey   the  anthoritv   of   a propci-h       ���������.     ,     ,.  ,,., ,r      ., ,  ..,.",     , '       ���������  1     W .   A.   Giilhlior,   M.     P.,     passed  constituted   judicial,  body 'uclii.fl|1|njlI,hRmtokelValnH(Jeyonl.a  the railway commi^ion. ' , Hay co tl)c co,lgt ,0 aUeml  a moob}ug  his,work over 11 widely sen 11 ercd  ili-lrici. Tho ai-r.iii';eiiiviilh weie as  iie.n i-i'ifeut a1- llii-y ci 11 Id 0 untile,  mil the p.ilihi- iiuei .-I imd clean  |inlill-s    iM'lc    well    m t vi il   I y Ins :i|i-  iiniiilir.ent ,  " ���������  1 - ' 1  'The I!i'vi'Nlol;e Lilii'i.il As������ociatioii  has p,i--scil . ii-suhitiiin. h> be Un-wiiide.l  Id Sir Williid Lanricr, liiging the  i-realum nf .1 pmtf"h' "I" mines, nnd  that \V. A. fl.iHilier, M.!'., he niinistei  in charge Olhe.i l.ih mm I iisviciiition,-.  :11c heing ask. d to endorse this pi<>-  pii&nl. The lii'voKtiikeaihi'iciiitioir nlwi  proposes oi,nani',irig n ileliating society  during the winler niiniihs, and a com-  niittee ha-- heen appointed to ciK'iuie  about" a suitable meeting roimi nnd  lep'nt. ,   ' ''  . ilACDONALD  Vigorous Works'Poiicy'Wanted.  Provincial Liberal, Leader  makes Important Pronouncement.  * Speaking at. Kossl.ind, J. A. Macdonald said.���������' What was the matter  today ,with British Columbia? Is it  not sufVcriii'g because of 'the kick of  enterprise on the pint of the provincial  government in failing to build roadsand  trails so that its great resources may  be developed? It is also because ot the  lack of'more transcontinental lines  that wc sulVer, and because of the undeveloped" condition of our natural  resources that wc aro so ground in the  dust with the  heavy  burden   of  tux-  1   *       '. <  ation."   _ ' '      . ^  Mr.'Macdoiuild took up-the qiiosfciuii  of adequate pidtiction wanted by the  Conservative:!, and said it meant all  things to all men. Adequate protection to the ' manufacturers of  Ontario, Quebec ami the- mariti  provinces mount quite, a ilifYcicnt  tiling to tlio fiimei-s ul "Manitoba mid  the luinbeimcii of'Ijiitish Columbia  Mr. TMacdunald said he was in favor of  adequate piutection as,he understood  it.   \ The iiiolectiori which.would suit  ( 1  tho man 11 factele'is uf  IOastein Canada  1* i 1 0  would   not  suit  this  country,   wheie  piaetically only^one product, lumber,  is liiiiiiufactuied.      . "  '' ' [  . Theic had been iCunsideiable agitation un tho p.ul of the lumbermeii ol  this province to have a duty placed on  louidi lumber,, but- the Dominion  authorities, under-tho conditions that  have' existed, felt they .were called  upon to /protect the people of n the  territories from., e.\ toil ion, and failed  to accede to the demands. Thc'luin-  berincn of "the,province were not to  blame in the ip.cmisea. ' They*'wcic  compelled by tlib,.ini<.lrllemen in the  Leuitorics, in'order to secure a^narket  theieijfor the sale of their lumber, to  form a combine with,them.\ The middlemen cluuged the consumers in the  temtoritics exhbrbitant prices. The  only way they could'be protected was  to allow American lumber to come in.  Now, howcer, the Biitish Columbia  lumbermen have biokcn away fiom  the kipacioti-; iiiiddlciiien, and thoy  aie going down to Ottawa to scciuo 11  dumping clause which will, protect  them from unfair competition, and  you ma> he sine thcti they will get  w hut they ask for.    (Applause)- Ll  SELKIRK   LODGE. NO  12. I. O. O. F,  ir. r: nounii.'x.o.  Jltl'l'- OVI'I'J      I'lli"..!.'.)  cii'iini^ ui **iiH ui.  H.ill at S oVIncK.  ViiitirU bit'lliiun i 01  ili.illy   mvil.'.l   In  ..1  tCll'l.  .1. MATlllE.ii'l'  Koctonay Loduru No. ISA   F, &A.IV7.,  'vJH.,  Tliu   ri'i?nl.ii'   in. el-  in^- ini1 lii'lil in 1 Im  A1.IMII11C 'l'lill.]ilu,  iilil|iVlln>is Jliill.cm  Un Ih'nd M onihix 111  ..���������null 'iiiiuilli al S  |i.m Visiluii?lii-cl li  ion uonlially ������������'-  conii rl.  'C. .\. PUOOUN'IKIt, Siroui i'aiiv.  LEARN  SHORTHAND   AT HOME  by coricspondence.    10 weekly lessons  will liuiko yo.u perfect.  OUT A IN '���������TI IG 111'MJ  SA !*A It Y i"*���������  Shoithand is nowaday*, indte'pcniilile  to. everybody.      Utilise   sp.ue   time.'  Very moderate fee.     \Ye piocuie positions.  1 Wiite for fico booklet.  _   -  Cexj'kal Coiiur.Ri'oxi)i:xaK Coi.i.uui:,  ,     215, Temple Chambers, "      " ''���������' ,  ' Temple Avenue, London, K.C.  C',Ji Wilkes  ' MACHINIST & "  BLACKSMITH  LATHE WORK A..SPK0IA l/L'Y  Ijicc'nsed Auctioneer for Cily  '���������'     of Itevolstoke.  W. A. McDonald  . PLASTEJlBR'ife BRICJCLAYER  ���������RliVI'JLSTOKE ' .  ''' ' , **  The only first-class plasterer"in town.  Let me know your lequircments. ,> A  Carload of Lime just niqioi led.  A Car-,  .. load of Brick under order.  j.   samson: ;;.  Paintep,;Paperlianger, Signwriier  ���������{ALSOMINING ' DON 11. ' <  ' Oideis reci'ive prompt nit.Mil ion.  Second'street;   "   -"    KliVULSTOKli:  AN  A-IIIIACIIVIIiSKiN ISA liUIINIlia',   L'KOUUtil.ll  J. R. Thornton  r   '      Paintci',   Piipoi'hansep  and SiR-n -Writer *       .  SIGNS   A   SPECIALITY.  ADDUESS": P.O. HOX2-|2,'Vi>r     -  SECOND ST., Behind* C. P. R. Shops.  Oriloio loH .ilJ. W   lloiinoH's will 1)0  proinplly .lllonilocl lo.  Painting Class  J liave t,o iiil.iiiiate my intention of  stiii'tirif; a class loi the .-study of oil  painting in' Revelstoke, Apply at  Canada Drug and Book Company,  where paintings may also be seen.  M. CARSWELL  :r  The Mechanical Perfection of"the  Scale Williams Piano  j- - Every Williams" Piano' is mechanically faultless. Every por'  j-"tion of material,' every detail of workmanship, is without a  |\ flaw. The rich singing tone, sensitive action, and .years of  |:, service,,prove the .expert'building of the New Scale Williams. *  |V      "1 have found them so sntisfaciory, have ordered ten more." ,tj���������  Ssftji. - - ���������Kcv. B. C. Borden. D.D., Prin  Mt. Allison Ladies' College,  , Wiite Willinins Piano Co., Ltd.,  Osli.-.w.'i,  foi  copies of   illuslialcd  booklets  ou llie Instoiy and eousliiiclioii 6f*a Piano, or call at tire local w'aierooins  LEWIS    B&^OS.,    RevelstoK:e<  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ' -ably^,furnished^with the choicest the market  ' " affords'.     Best  Wines,   Liquors, & Cigars.  "   Rates $1 a day.     Monthly rate.        ' '     -*  r  1.1^ 1-^.���������v-j���������w.  .A. GALLI  To be Banquettedat Revelstoke.  A PROURIiSSIVK POLIGV.  The west rejoiced when it became  aware that Mr. Whyte. had been  appointed Second Vice-Pre=ident of  the C. V. II. with full control ot the  company'~ =y?t.om in Manitoba,  the Xorthwe-t and Biiti.-h Columbia.      The   people   who know Mr  ,",41 Vancouver.huving for its, object the  j promotion, of the lumber  in teres ts of  1 tlie province,   and    he   will   go on to  ���������,,   , f   u,��������� ,    ,    'Victoria to   attend    the    banquet   to  r.u- or   nndi-'iliy ;  . .���������        , '  gron,eal,out'       ���������-'���������������'if>r Jcmpleman.  0 '   I       \r_   r> .11:1,n. 1, ... 1���������  When will T. Taylor: M'.IM' ca-t  olV that look of despaii lie l������i-'i woin  since th.1 23rd'  ELECTION   QUERIES.  U'li.it 'i.i-   the-' matlf-r   with Arro-  hr-.ul '  What have the Liberal-  Is it true Ifaw thornthwaite Ii.t% intimated tn .McBride'- <-ocialit-t go\ern-  iiient it must uet down and out''  When i\ill I'e.iclil.tnd l.ikc.i tumble  and ieci>ifiii-e the world move, when  the r.ihoi.ib get hf-liind' U'hi>ti will  thoy jciin in the pn-li '  Whiit will J. M. Ri.bin-on   think of  Mr. Galliher I1.13 heen invited hy Ihe  Liberals to attend a banquet in his  honor at Revelstoke, the date for  which will bo fixed as toon as it is  known when he can return.  Mr. fbilliher cxpre-^rs hi? delight at  1 !���������<��������� liiuid.-otne vote accorded him .it  Ri'Vfl.-itoko and declares he will ."pare  no efl'ort to deserve it. The Liberals-  of Kootenay arc proud of him .md feel  to hin eon-jtimoney  tin- li.inilsoriHi  A GOOD -WIFE  is made, not bni-n. Home making is a  profession and inquires the tame degiee of technical training as Law or  medicine., ,  The future, of the mil inn ia conditional upon the chin.icier of home  life  A knowledge of Household Science  makes housework easier'. She sets a  better table at smaller cost,' and finds  more lime I'or self iniprovenienl.' ,  The Canadian Correspondence College  is the only school offering this course  hy mail.  For full information and Booklet  address  Tun Kamloops GiONERALAanKCY  Kamloops, 15, O.  H  Halcyon Hot Springs  -   Sanitarium.  x ."Maker's Valuation  Common shoes  are priced by  the dealer who  charges what he  thinks-he can get. "Slater  Shoesff are price branded on.  the soles by the makers who  know the wear value of each  pair of the Goodyear Welted  *t  .-'irmnieil.ind   when   he   :jet-   hack   t" I that Ills ii-rvici-n  i '"! 'nrr- c'l'-'-T'1"*' ,'.'-'iU;!..'���������������������������" ,K'"U 'm the ",a������t   dc-erv.-d  J Whue recognised it meant   the in-1''\*' J".10''[*c lf,������ "'-������''-   ._                ,���������Hiority, which   tlm   electorate   h.is  .    ,             .             .,             .1      Wlmti  the   mm ter with   Minnnfr-         '       J<  .-t.-or the we.-t   would    receive  ,.,nrl,   . ^v^  .,.,. ���������,��������� -  ,.  ������������������, If fil. , K,Vrn him    DIRTY POLITICS.  Tbe latent political scandaln frpiu  Ontario are the wor=t ever beard  of from a province who.-e policial  life ii a disgrace to Canada.  Fraudulent ballot boxes are reported to have been in u-e at the  late dominion election, and a  Liberal member who wan elected in  a district where the.-e ballot box's  wers u=ed is fctated to have disappeared. Better a thousand times  that Liberals who re.-ort to such  disgraceful mean-of election should  be defeated than that the}- .should  besmirch the name of the. party  with their dirty work.' It is the  duty of the authorities to prosecute  tere.-t.-or tlio we.-t would r  better attention than they ever had  at the hand? of the company. ft  w.ts felt the appointment would  lead to the recognition of the resource.- of the went and apeciiil  -.lep- taken for the development of  the.-e ro-ourco':. Since Mr. Whyte'--  appointment the great irrigation  scheme which is revolutionising  the prairie ha- been inaugurated  at Calgary, the construction of it  railway through tin: upper Columbia Valley bar been taken in hand  to reduce the co-,l of haulage and  bring Ihe ue-tern t-cctiorr of the  province within easier reach of the  great coal-Mold'- of the ('rows Xe-t  I'a.-1-. A railway is to be built into  Nicola and .Similkamoen. The  Trail Mueller and rolinory haw  been extended and a zinc reli.iery  is to be added  to   the  already  ex-  tlmt h.i- echoed from -diore to -.hoie (,(j  the Okiiniig.in  Lake -iiiiee th" 2M111.  What i.i Price r.lbson iuriking -.nj  glum about rhe-e day.-' Was it tin-1  miii -slide at VfiiKiii. I.uniby, Cherry!  Creek, .Mabel Lake, .-ii'iiiiierlaiid Com-J  monage anil Kelownii on the 2.Sid that ;  .struck lum, or has that $10,000 bonus i  p-i tronage failed   to evi-n-,  i      1 he Review  J.iv- Byron   Whit"   the  i w-il-known    jiiinuig   man.  cY.itiiimil  rhe Wuislow mi -Silver (,up AFoiirir.iin  well    ph;i-i(|  rpME .MEDICAL WATERS of tbil-  J_ cyon aie the most curative in the  world. A perfect, niituial remedy for  -ill Nervous and Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney and Slomach ailments  and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure  for "That Tired . Feel ing." Special  rates on all boats nnd trains. Two  mails, arrive and depait every day.  Telegraph communication with all  parts ot the world.. An experienced  nia-sariger.  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrobu L.aKc. Z). C.  For* Men  $4.00  $5.00  For.Women  $3.50  $5.00  ft  &'���������  m'f  I/  k  ErsBM-iTnscwn"^!-  C. B. HUME & Co., Agent's, Reyelstoke,  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  ,i'id    expie������������������ (d   hims-ill  iMtll the showing.-.  lor politic.i  tuate.'  POLITICAL.  I'iie Valley gave fi.illiher .1 block  Milcof K  W. I! Mel nm"- i-< mentioned for the  govoi run ���������'hip of the Yukon.  I.'o-s'- m.ijont'ly iJ 2()t). Ihfllev  vole w.i- llo���������. .''!), Hui'iill ~2'.' K'eie-  11111M   I!o-s :M, liurrill *2.'l, Mills It).  .1 A. Macdonald, the piovmciiil  Liberal liader, and It W. ("rigor,  I'h.iir'ini of Hie l.ibir.il cimpaign  eommitlei-of llosslaud, g.ue gone lo  Vn;LwMn ti, ittteud the l.anipiet to  .Senator Toinjilernan.  Royal Mall Linos.  Cheapest Routo to tho Old Country.  l*he II  witt   niiiif.it  Silverton   h.i������ ALLAN UNK-I-Voiii Montmil.  nod need i.'i'K)   oiii 01   ore during the   I'.in-i.m     a������k. hi  ,i-t two year-  the v.iluu being ;->7r,,000,  ^,;i,I"l*;,1'1".. *  .   '.   ".   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I he anthracite coal 'Kootcllliy| (|(,a,.rvi.-j,;  nim;h   ercdil,   for  fields   at   Bank-head ' have    been   the excellent muniier in  which he did  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in the World  Mail ih 1.1 Royal Gro'.":i Soap  Wrappers, and 111 nnirn wi  will mail a beautiful f'ieturc  si/.e Ifc:20 ; or for 2.1 Wrappem  your choice of over 100 books  Prop u.s .1 post r.ird .inking  for .1 cata.logue of premiums  to be had Kit KK for Itoyiil  Crown rfoap Wrappers.  Address  '    , ;���������"  The Royal Soap Co.,  MO'l'l'd': IS irmrKirV GIVIW llml (liiilj-  lN itiiysnllci dale I inluntl In iipnlj to the  Clncf (Joniiiiissioiii'i (if Lauds and \\ 011,-- for ,1  special lii'L'ii-i: to -oul. mil can j away t inibur  fium lliu rulliiwini; ilvsci-ibuil lauds 111 Llio  koolriiay Ijislnulil  I.  ("nui.neiiciiiK.il 11 piisLniiirkfiil ' .1. ST. ICullic's  S. \V.*(,onii-i pnsl",inil pluult'd on o.isllianlv ul  Columbia lliii'i-, iiliiuil, oii'j 1111I0 below inoulh  uf .M,ili)nc\ CrcuK. I liuuoo norlli Kid cli.-iin-.  IIioikc eii-l III chain-, llii'iiuc suiilli IWluliains,  lliencc west, ID chainslolhc iil.ici;ofcoinineiice-  incnl.  2  C'onuiicniJiiKut a posl niarkud "J. JI. Kelho's  S. I-*. coi him- post" and iiliuilud ul, wc-l banlc ol  Ciiliinilna liner, nlionl inn nidus below inouLh  ���������if .Miiluiiuy Cn ek, llicnco 1101U1 Kill ciiinn-,  lliencc wusl, 111 cbfiins, llionuu soulh 100 ohatiis  llieiK.uuiisi lOoh.nus to plm.i'ol eoniinciicoincnl.  O.iled    llmiirih iluy of Soplinbia-. I!������l  .1. AI   KKUAK  Vancouver, li!C.  Limited.  ������i. i.f.ui-i.  New Vol V  Auk. 2ii  Auk. iii  VV'IUI'K .HTAI������ I.r.VK -Krom Now Vork.  \Ia|i-sllr,        ... . Auk Ii  Ocinif -  . Auk.-I  'I1M1I01111        . .... ,  .      AiiK.'ll  ClJN'AKIi I.INK-l'-iom New Vork.  Krrin-iii . . . Auk -"  laiiiiniii         .       ...  AwKAi]  Umbi 111 . .. .      . .Sep:. .'1  Piii-uHKer-llrkulcd IImoukIi lo all part" of  Orait Ilrilniii :ii������l Irul.iiid, nml nt. Hpuci.illy low  raids 10 nil piirt.H of llio Kuropcaii coiilincnl.  A pply 1.0 noiiroHt niilwiiy or aloiimsblpiiKonl or  lo ,������������������������������������.������������������  T.   W. BRADSHAW, Agant,, Itovolstoko  W. P. F  CUMMINGS,   Pacific  Affont  XTOTIt'i; IS lll-:ili:UV rilVKN lli.H llmly  1> d.i}-. nItei .|ulo I intend lo apjily to llio  1'he f ('iimnussiouoi of Laud , und U 01 ks for a  x|iei ml lu (-use 1 o oul and cany iiw'.ij Iniibci  fnnn Ibo folloiMUKdosoi ilxd lauds 111 Koolouai  lllsli-Kl      -  CoiuiiieiK.NiK al a posl 111.11 kid "Win.  linMiiu'ri N. \\. coinci-po-l," plaiilud 011 III i/oil  nm .',i cb.'un- ������i'-l fiom loruioncc posl on west  bank of I'iiiksIoii ('n ul.- iiboul I wo miles above  \m--i launch, Illume -Willi 10 chains, thence  1 .i-i, 11,0 cIiiuim, I hence 1101th lOcluuus, Iheucc  ������rst  IM) 1 li mis 10 place of Loniuicncunii nl.  luiUd Oi toliu 'Jolh, 1IKI1.  W.M    COWAN.  \llli  s  NOTICE.  (IX'I V (hi}i aftci   (I llo mu Hn; uudeisiKiiod  (1 pruiuoti 1- in lend iii.lMuk applic.ilinu to the  ( hicf ('oiuinis-iouin uf Lands and Woil.s, for  ;i('iiiii--ion lo (Ion Salmon I'lecl. of obstnic-  1 ion- and make luipiu'.ciuf nl-, foi Ihe ^111 po-e  i.f diiMHK I'.K- down -aid cue. la.Kinnii,K ul 11  piiiol near outlet of Ai'in-stronK Jjnkc, H. C,  t.lu.'tici.' fullowiiiK -aid crock to its mouth where  il entei-snorlli east, arin of Upper Arrow Lake.  GRIMSBY & MUIU'HY.  JJuliid llu.-< L'latdiiy October, ���������  tlwitoi), fi. G.  MOTICIO IS HJ.*m.*i;v ������IVJ.:n ihnl llni-ly  ,,. ��������� ,'W"- 'Otoi-.diue J inlend Lo ujiply in Llio  Unef ( oininis-ionei-of Lands nnd Noil.-, lorn  spccml licence-lo cul mid Lam- awuy liinbci  rmiii tho follow oik dcscubed lands in llio  Koolciiiiy Di-Liid:���������  Kiiinbei One. "~���������~  ConuncnciuK al, ,1 posl, plnnLcd alioul 11  qit.-ii lor ol a mile 1101 Hi of llownie Cieel. li-nil,  nnd aboul loin-miles up honi llie lliK Uend  hail, and marked "U. It. NnKle'.s snuiliwesl  Lorner , lliciue noilb 10 chaiiis.. Ilienci- east  Kill chain'., thence south III chains, thence wesL  IH) chains to initial post.  Nunibei Two.  CoinmeiiciiiKalu posl planted on llio noilb  sideol Ihe UoMiuoCieul, Li ail, about three nnd  ahall nidosup Irani Ihe IIik Hcml li-.ul, und  ��������� milkeel G. H .Nafc-le's iioiLhuc-t corner",  I hence eastbO eh uns, Lhence south 6U chain-  Ihenee woslSO chains, thenec north Ml cliuln������  Lo uiilial posl.  Nunu'oi '1'liioe.  Coiiiiiii'iicniKiit a jiool planted on Ihe 1101th  bank ol IIoiMi.e Gieek, about two miles from  ihe iiiuulli, nnd mailed "(I. I! X.tuli-'h soiilli-  east eoinci", Ihenie noilh Sli chains, I henuc  ������e-lcO 1 liuiiis. lhence -oul h id eliiims, tbenee  easl hi) chains to initial post.  .Haled the Slh day 01 Oclobur. IHIII.  ���������i������'i-'i   , a. li. iVaolI';..  VTO'I'ICI'* I������ IIKIIKHVOIVION* llinl (W day-  1> ullei dnLo I iiiiuilli Lo apph- lo Ihe Chief  e'onnni���������loner of LamKnud Works for pcrinis-  hiun lo puicli i-e '-'JO aeies of land dcscubed lis  follows :���������  ( ominenchiKnl a po^l jilanled on Llie c.i-l  slioiuof Upper An ow Lime about 11 (|uailero[  mile norlh ol Half Wav 1'ieck neai SI. Leon,  in.uked-'W. Oo������ an .s soiiLh-ue-t corner po-l,  LhuiiLL easl 10 chains, thence north 1(1 chains.  Ihince v.esLuboul IW chains lu Ihuc.'iM shoieuf  snid lnkc, thence in 11 soulh eurflorly direelion  folluwniK the mcandoriiiKS of said shore to tho  point uf comiiienecmciiL.  Haled Ihe 7tb day of -November. A. J J. 11)01.  WYI. GO WAX,  13jttl!i ���������      '  -M  & MX  ^1  ii  f  M  m  <* Aii~.  -;- i*!s  Wv,'  ���������i-i-tV 1  $"/A'  M TBE 'KOOTENAY. MAIL.  /?  '���������  in, a  is sometimes a necessity and in an emergency, of this kind, The ,Busy 'Housewife  finds   "BOVIIIL"  to-be-truly  a  i  friend in need.    A little  THE ELLIS  ,,  WtiereVer  did  Iputtbt-BoV^,-  added to even the most tasteless dish,' gives the appetizing  flavor, of fresh lean beef,' and  by   its    aid > rich    nourishing  <, ' "  soups  and "tasty  gravies , are  easily prepared  at* short   no-     f  tice.  I ,      t , LIL.C. . ���������< A-  SOLID PROGRESS  In Okanagan and Similkameen  F. A.' Empcy, who' spent n month  in Okniiiiim.il nnd Siniikiuiiceii, rcnoi's  tlie country is, looking well. Thero  tire a nuiiihcr of u;ood mines   '  the  .   "        IX   SI.MIl.kW.MI-I'Xi-  1 iirgest'being the Nickel   l'ln'te nt  , Hedley City.   This mine, it is eliiiincd,  fis'flio lirrgest and  richest in  Cuiuid.i.  The TNickcl Piute's large "quart/, mill is  ' in full operation, and a large amount  'of  bullion is-being turned  orrt."-Th'n  cable'and ,other  poitions *of  the  bivr  .. aciial ti urn way have arrived at the  nunc, and' will soon be in operation,  the cable is two miles in length, and  weighs nine tons. As soon .is tho  cable is put in place the foico at the  mine will he increased.'"  The Cousin Jack group at -, - - -  ui:ak ckckk.- '    ' *  is> iinothei very large mine.    Mr.Em-  poy says'thc GicntXorthcin has bonded the.Cousin Jack.     It is agold-cop-  pisr'pioposilion, and   tho ore averages  IjilS to the ton.  Tho property is owned  by a Seattle syndicate, headed by Mr.  liogcrs.   A  very large  sum has  been  spent in development, and there is a  gieat deal of ore in'sight.  What is known, as the      k '"'  '   I'OKTtAXD   SYxniCAi i;  has a line group at Aspen Grove.'This  \is a gold-coppei proposition, and,there  is. a gieat'de.iUof native copper in tho  , oic. J. 13. .Bates is. superintendent,  and considerable work has been done.  Bates Brothers and Armstrong own ii  number of properties" near Aspen  Grove, and nearly everyone of them,  lias ������ bilge quantities" of. ore on   the  -,duiiip, which is awaiting a railroad to  bo shipped to the smelter.'  .     ��������� . COAL  A. S. Hartman,' formerly of Rossland, has'organised a company, and  has tivoor three boring machines at  work on Quilchena creek, in the Nicola  Valley, boring,for coal. Some fine  coal has been found, which will bo  immediately de\ eloped.  <   KE1.0WNA,  Mr. Empcy says, is in a prosperous  condition. Tlie big fauns in that  section have been divided into ten and  twenty acio plots, and a huge number  have been sold to farmers fiom Manitoba, who aie going into the fruit raising business theie. They intended to  make their future homes there, as the  climate is so much mildei than it is in  Manitoba. ,   ' ^  j\lr. Empcy \isited  IT'ACllLAXn Ajrb suji>ieiu,axd. c  The country around these two places  is enjoying a .boom, and land is selling  at from |j50 to |250 per. acio there.  Jt is as line fruit land us can be found  anywhoic, but it requires irrigation to  reach the best results.  thi; i't.lis estate,  in the lower Okanagan valley, which  consist*- of many thousand of acres was  divided up on the loth ultimo, and  when Mr. Empey was there the people  were'looking forwaid to it with as  much interest as though a reservation  was going to be thrown open. Nearly  everybody in that countiy who had  money expected to pui chase a portion  of it. .Sonic of tlio" best hind in the  Okiinagiin valley is included in the  citato, and it will materially benefit  tho countiy in general to have the  land held by a number of people.    ���������  Whirl the whole country wants, said  Mr, Kmpoy, is  A 11AII.110AI1,  und tho people theie aie confident  that either one or both the C. 1'. R.  und the Groat Northern will build  next your.  ��������� Mi. Enipcy says the country is a  .splendid one for hunting, game ol  nearly ovoiy kind lining abundant. Ue  killed a line deer, a coyote, and a large  number of ducks nnd giouse.���������Minoi.  FIRE VALLEY  The Tyco has paid another dividend,  hilling (iibtrihuted $180,000 to date in  di\iilendn.  l'"ioiii Ihe ImsIilt Maiden 500 Ions of  mo ha\o hi'i'ii luki'ii out in pmoi'ss (if  development. I'"-* tuns urn uvei Ifi'lOO  a tun. Sliiiigei.*- of gioy coppui, niliy  ami native silver uio occasionally  stuick.  Mi-. Bangs reports that there is'con-  sidor.ible mining in tho lange between  Arrow and K'ootenay Lake. 'MivTom-  linson, of Nelson, had a force of men  working all-summer/on a silver-lc.ul  proposition on,' ,   t  TIIUXllEK    .MOUNTAIN '  I      ('  lor ii Nelson and Spokane syndicate.  A ton of the ore was packed'out'to be  tested iit smelter. Four men will be.  kept at work on ,the propeity until  Christmas. ' As curly in the spring as  supplies can he packed in work will'be  resumed on the piopcrty. A r.iwhide  trail   "will  be constructed   down   tho  J,        l Lr  mountain side, and from there a wagon  road will be built to connect'with tho  Fire Valley loud. Over this road the  ore will ,bc hauled   to  Lower  Arrow  lake and shipped to tlio smelter.  i ,  (    ''    WATEK   POWER.    '       u     a    '  , A Spokane syndicate, which is supposed to lepiescnt James J. llill'of the  Gieat Northern Railway, has staked  the water power at the mouth of the  Wh'atshan River. Tt is one of the  finest wator powers in^ the province.  Jt i������ said by the parties who staked the  water .that the intention is to generate  electric power at this point and use it  for the smelting of ore by means of a-  new electric piocoss.  THE  VALLEY.  Mr. Bangs says, there arc twenty  settlers in Fire (Valley, and-that it is  otic of tbe inoat productive' valleys in  the province. ,Thc land is suitable for  farming,'fiuit liusing and stock raising. Two varieties of Fire Valley  apples'took fiist prizes at the, Nelson  Fair,-and ono "variety ,tbok second-  prize. One farm sold ldO tons of hay  this year. Mr. Bangs says he is shipping both pork and beef laised'in Fiie  Valley to Rossland and Nelson. It is  a good, cattle aiid hog country. lie  has 160 acies, which is declared to be  as line land as theie is in thcpiovince.  There is ample water for iriigating his  crops "and other purposes. Game id  plentiful, and lish c.iu easily be caught  in the cieeks, and 'altogether it is a  pleasant place to live in, says Mr.  Bangs.���������Miner. <���������  MINING MATTERS  THE BEATRICE.  Rich Strike ofJOre at this Promising Property.  F. Fulmor, who was in the city  Monday, loports an important strike  of ore at that mine. The Beatrice has  always been lcgardcd as ono of the  most promising properties in .the  Lardeau. The new strike developed  through following the old ore-shoot,  and disclosed fourteen inches of solid  grey copper ore. Mr. Fuhiicr, and his  associates in the property, are to be  congratulated on the success attending  their last operations, and the news of  the strike will bo heartily received  throughout the Lardeau.  ST. EUGENE.  Shares are in Demand and  quoted up to 45.  Centre Star and War Eagle shares  are again in demand, the former at 23  and the latter at iOi. Jumbo is in  demand at 30, and considerable inquiry is made for Le Roi and Lo Roi  No. 2. Granby shares have advanced  from $3.50 to $5.87.  MINOR MENTION.  Rossland ore shipments for the week  wore 0000 tons.  D. J. McNeill, formerly superintendent of the Silver Cup mine at Ferguson , died at Salt Lake City.  An important mining deal is reported fiom the Big Bend, but the  publication of particulars is premature.  Two more 400 ton furnnces will be  added to the B.C. Coppei Co's smelter.  The company is said to be earning 20  per cent, on its capital stuck.  The Wakefield null is turning out  Ah tons a day of concentiates, averaging (>5 per cent lead, and 50 o/.. silver,  with product of 10 to 1. The mine  has an aeiinl tiiun (5000 feet long.  American capitalists have been visiting the Uoatrice, and J. C. ICirkpatiiek  is authority foi the statement thoy  pioposo putting up leduction works at  Ferguson for tioating the ore from the  mine.  Messrs. Shatford Meeting'with  Success in' Their Big Project!'  (New.-.-Aiherti'-er) '  v Development ul the mte icr of liii  tislu-Columbia , mil he materia Unassisted by the siicocsi-fiil currying out  of the project which Messrs' L.. XV.  Shatford, M P.P., and XV. T Sh.itf'.id  have in hand. TIip Ellk projiPi ty,  which it is proposed io di.-p.>e of in  siiiull holdings, lies iiloni; the shore of  the Okanngan .Luke, extending from'  about three mile.-, ninth of Summer'  land on the oppo-ileside to Penticton,  and along the bk.in.ig.in_ Hiver ti  Osoyoos Luke.   Thirty-eij-ht-veitrs ago  Mr. Thomas Ellis   took   up thi-,   land  <r  amounting to scvcr.il   thiui'-.iiid acres,  and the quality of it is second to none  of any   in', the   fertile  drv   belt.    The  . --','* '  locutions nre nil  veiy good, and while 1  the greater portion of it ii especially  ad.ipled to fiiiii-r.iising, other parts of  it may be used for d.uiying pursuirs'.  , Mr. \V. T: Shatford, who h.is bpen  east with his brother in 'connection  with the matter, and w'liOris now in  Vancouver, states that the .first payment 01*^25,000 has been made on the  purchase price, and that it is expected  that the -capitalisation, will,,soon be  subscribed. This is $500,000,'and so  far excellent success -hiis. i.ttended  their efforts. Mr. L.AV. Shatford will  arrive in Vaiicoin or today or tomorrow  and after'a trip to Victoria' will leave  * * i i -i  again foi the East.  ,Thc settling of this portion of the  Province will mean a'< great deal to  Vancouver merchants, for tbe trade of  the district should be directly tributary to this city. Two years ago in  SariFrancisco a huge company, was  formed of prominent-' merchants, the  solo object of wliich-was to encourage  the settlement of the interior of California for the building up of the mercantile houses of the, commercial  centre.' Hundreds of * thousands of  dollars ivere spent^in the ������������������ ork and it  was considered well expended! 'Here  in British Columbia the, immigration  is coming of its own accord, iimd in a  few, years the Okanagan district,  particularly will be populated with  thousands of people whose trade will  be with Vancouver.'     .  ' '  ,-It,is well known that the Great  'Northern Railway will build west from  Midway next "summer and up the  valley of. the ' Similkunieeii river tf.0  Hedley, while the C.,.P. R. has a route  surveyed whicli will take the line up  the'Okanagan river/ along the west  shoie to Okanagan Lake, and via  Hedley to v Spence's ''Bridge. " The  construction of these roads which is  now about to become a leality will  afford transportation facilities to two  districts rich in resource3, the! development of which will place,'British  Columbia in the position of the banner  province of the Dominion.  $7.00 per pound.', Cultivated root is  woith about $3 00 tu $5.00 ,poi pound  moie than the wild At the into (*in-  seiig cultivation is being extended  th" Chinc-e market ,\i ill not e\en he  supplied ui':*y years. J e\-p ct to sell  diy (iin-cng at, J20 00 por pound  within the next fiveyiars. Theie aie  now lc.sth.in' foi ty acres in the United  States and Canada. The long tiiiic to  wait lor icsidts and the cost of the  start keep people out of. the business.  Tho-c who have the nerve to go in  will hc line winners." >  Ginseng is a commodity which has  never gi ne down in piice in the past  thiity years. E\eiy change in the  'price ha-, been an inc'r use. Jt has increased twenty-live per ci-nt. in the  past year. The ������ame annual inciease  is expected to la-t. for ten yenis.'������ The  wild r< ot is going out and the cultivated niiist.t.ike its place. , - '  i         ���������     _ .   HENRY'S MflSERIES  .   3U10 WpstmiiiMi-i   Riwd  NAKU  100,000 Bulbs  In stock   ir.ini   Holland,  Kr nice  and  'Japan. ,  Thousands' of Fruit and  ���������   Ornamental  Trees !  i.      ,  ' Rhododendrons, Kot>es,.  Gieenliouse and Haidy I'I.nils  for fall  plai.ting  ' ,        i  1    Homo-Grown ,iml ImpurlCfl  Garden, Field and- Flower Seeds  always in stock in sea-on.  FERTILIZERS.   " /  Bee Hives and Supplies.  Gicuihouso full of I'l.ints, Cut Klowcis,  '  ,' Floral Woik.-  Caialoguc fice, or cull and examine ,  stock. .   .  Our 'Large Illustrated .Catalogue  of :*30 pages and ioUS illustrations''would  be a great help to you in the .'election of  resents  Jt fully describes'thousands of  uscful'articlcs that, everyone appreciates���������  things I hut will last���������a perpetual 'reminder of the giver.    Things that  li'.i ke honie,bi ia litei a nd everybody happy."   Send us your address, mention  ������. '      this paper, and we will mail a copy by return.      ' ."  GINSENG:  A Crop Worth Investigation by  the Ranchers.  The Joplin News says: The McDowell ginseng guidon, the laigest in  Aiiiciica, four miles south of this city,  is a vory busy place now.  Tho shipment of 100 pounds of dry  root to China by Captain McDowell  about a month ago at IJS12.50 per pound  has attracted considerable attention  on account of^the large pi ice. The  price of cultivated ginseng has gone  up very rapidly in the last four years.  In 1001 it Wiis $0 j.er pound, in 1002  $8, in 11)03 $10, and this year $1*2.50.  Captain McDowell gives it as hisopin-  ion'tliat first class cultivated ginseng  will bring $20 per pound in' two years.  He estimates that an acre of first class  cultivated American ginseng will yield  5,000 pounds of dry loot. At $20 per  pound, or even $12.50, the piesent  price, an acie is a fortune. Captain  McDowell's nurseries comprise about  two and one-half acies, about one-  fourth of it being live and six years  old. It i'i so simple and easy to cultivate that one man can take care of at  least tluee acres.  It is strange that more people do not  investigate ginseng cultuie. Men of  means are quietly sitting around allowing a few wilh courage and patience to reap the lich harvest.  From the seed it takes about as long  to got ii crop of ginseng as it does a  crop of apples, but the crop is surer,  the land less, the labor about one-tenth  and the profits a dozen times as much.  Capt. McDuivcll said: Every Chinaman usea Ginseng. If they should use a  dime's worth each per annum, the 450,-  OOO.OOOof them would wane $45,000,-  000 woitli. At pie-ent wo arc sending  them less than $S00,000 perannum  From this you will see how loniotc a  glutted Ginseng market ii. Moreover  the cultivation of the root is not being  extended now l.ipidly enough even to  take the place of the wild root, which  is alino-jt exterminated. The price of  Ginseng is-going up .ill the time, the  iiguies tor good wild root now 'being  ��������� ia   From Our Oivn fnrroapnndoiit. '  .'We   are   having   line weather here  1 ' i        i  now. , v  iThe elections passed oil"   here   vory  ipnetlyv i     ;   ' '  D. K. Allan pn ached in Fire Valley  lust, night. ' * ,  .The "pupils in the public school aie  busy oreparing for the closing of the  term. ,  ������  The Big Bend Lumber ,'Co's tug,  Adam Hall, was on the ways for ,re-  'pairs last \veek.   '  %   >,        n  The Sunday school 'intend  holding  a'Xmas tree on Christmas Eve in   the  Presbyterian church.   , ' ' , '  , fi      ���������       , i'  /Wc are sorry to   have  to  announce  tlie death of Mr. and Mrs.D.'Bulger's  , ., - ^'"-    ' f,      '  youngest child on Monday.,      x~ ',   .  .,, Tlie dredge came into town   on Y the  'night of the 28ih from Beaton,   wheie  slip has beenl working for "two months  ',There ,was   al social   held   in th t  Presbyterian church last   week.     The  church was crowded   and1 all enjoyed  themselves. (Theisncial was a financial  success. *    ,      i !  ,' '('  Nov.'29tb.' -<   *   '      .    ' '���������   -  M. J. HENRY,  ' ii. ��������� ?  Vancouver,'B. O.  :Jas; I. Woodrow,  I,   JBUTGHER.   ..'.  Retail Dealer ln^���������^jnrnzg������~ ,.  fl ,   ���������     '  BEEP,   PORK,  .      -'  'MUTTON, Etc.  *  .Fish ancl Game in Season.  All orders promptly filled.  Corner .Douplne  and King sliuet.-.  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  iiggesiions  " Taking- time by the forelock "is   never   a  'more  *'   sensible   proceeding--^ than--  at this season of the year  with Christinas and all'its  attendant   responsibilities    *  looming   up   in  the   near  future.     Gifts   caught  up  at the last   moment, in all    ,-  the.Innry   and  confusion   -  of a fortnight or so before    ���������  the holidays, arc generally  chosen   with little regard .  for  appropriateness,   and  it is far wiser, as well   as    ,  less tiring to   decide upon  , such matters early.  There is a   way whereby  one   can    do    Christmas  shopping      satisfactorily  without  worry  or   incon-   '  veniencc.     And that  way  is through our mail order  depai tment.  SEND FOR OUR IM.USTRATBI>  CATALOGUE���������IT'S FREE    <*������     *  Select what you desire-  write us���������the  return mail  will bring you the articles  for examination.'   Return'"'  any or all of them if they  do not suit, and feel under  no obligation to buy.  There  are    others   using-  this method in your town, ^  why not you ?  fienry BirKs $ Sons  JEWELLERS   AND    SILVERSMITHS  35o and 352 MAIN STREET  WINNIPEG  nfiKiHwrowwui  THECITY EXPRESS  '   E. W. B. Paget, Prop."  Prompt delivery of parcels, bngg.ige,  etc., to any"p;irt, of the City   .    r       ���������  Any Kind of ^Transferring  Undertaken.  All 'orders left at R M. rimyrlie's  Tobacco Sto're, or by Teleplilmc, Nn. T  will receive' prompt nitFiition  " , ���������  ."1  ','.r  SEE.  Wing- Chuno-'s newlv im- '  ported   stockr ofrChinese  and,Japanese goods.'  The best assortment-ever^.  landed   in   Revelstoke, of  * f.  Quol al ions submit U'd loi- lusi-iti'd Tuolh, Shinglp or other Solid Tooth  S-iws  und all,Uiiu1s of ri<p.iii-  woik.    Millmeii evei v\\ boi-c arc soi'dunr us "i-Pm'.-n"  ���������   *  ���������  *     UOK BITS AND SHANKS  in-.ill tiZ  kepi in  liiisini's-, ,itir>r ,ON13  trial.  t.toi-k at lowot-t' i-.iu-s.   -  ' ~\  REVELSTOKE^ B:: C.;  T>\  A. -J. 1>  -   useful     and  ornamental  . articles:  1  Tea service^  " J^llltCs     , "  Baskets  Ciine Ch.iii s  ,- Handled chiefs  Flowor Pols  Umbiella Stands  Lunch Baskets  SniokinK .1 ackert-  i    Silk Goods.-  GOLD FISH  Kmest sloek of cand  ies and ftmt in town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  WAH   CHUNG,  General Store arid   !  . Restaurant Keeper.-   'A Prime Stock of Groceries, Fruit,  Vegetables.  if  MEALS AT ALL(HOURS.  Tiy onr Iced Sodas,"Ice Cream, Strawberries and Cream7 v Can't be7   .  beaten in tbe City.  FRONT ST., REVELSTOKE.  ' This iliorlhancl i.s totally diiloront to all  others Itonly t.iko-. weeks lo learn, nisto.ul  <>r months or jo.ir-,. It can bo read liko print.  Al llio fourth lesson jon write 10 mud-, and at  the Kith le-iMin. 100 words ;i nuinilo 'Tho lirst  tlireo lessons 'onul>los_ion to male private  notes, and tho Oth lo>son briny^ jou to eorro^  poiidiiiK stylo, the ^Oth and Imal. los-on to rc-  portiin,'. It'rakos but two hour-, to learn tho  hr-,1 lesson, and a specimen null bo soon at tho  KootenayM.nl on application to tho in.iuiicpr,  Mr H.mccu Loisons by mail are quite cisy  Wo Kiiarantoo success Our jouimoit pupiU  aro ll1/, and the eldest82. Typowritini: IjiikIiI  by mail. Wo forward jou los-,on sliepts to tench  jou the correct fiuRoring���������all the fniKors All  nro t.uiRht on tho blind touch sj stem Wnto,  sajinKtho maclnuo you havo, or if wo aro lo  supply you with a Now or Socond hand one  Wo do not luro out machines  TERMS.���������For shorthand S10 to completion,  pnj.iblo by instalments. Typowritinsr >2"i to  completion, but pajmont in advance Address  tho Secretary. Studios Vancouver, Qraimllo  st, Box 8G1; Victoria, Yates st , P O   liox IIG  The Mivstcr Mechanics Pino Tin- Soap heals  mid soflens the skin, while piomplly eleansiiiB  Hot ui ease, oil, rust, elc Invaluable for mo  clianics, dinners, spoitsnicn.-Fiee sample of  iceciplof 2c. tor poalago. Albert loilct Soap  (lo.. manufacturers, Montreal.   00 SILK PIECES!  Extra largo silk and satins for fancy  work, Lovely colois sine lo please, ������nh lionK  or fancy work and ailislio pii'iniiini, Aim foi  Ij eeiils. 2 lots for 2Si*. Moiipj lccuined in  stanth if nolas loincsenled. Illustiaiwl Ijlnl  I'-HIOK. Address: EXCBLLO CO., 472 Mam  Street, East Orange, N. J.  fflmmm  Standard lomedy (or Gloet,  Gonorrhcea and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles.  MX  Newly built.i  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,    PROPRIETORS. *"���������- -.������ -J  First-cb^&s in every respect.     AU modern conveniences..  a;.  '*     . , Y Large'Sample ,'Iiooms. ;..,s,./- '" e.  '     Rates $1.50 per Day, ' 77 (>   Special ,\Veekly. Rates  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under, same  "������=^# .  ���������*;"  -:Y'-,||  ���������.-iv "''..-������!  \%AA'  1,*',  "��������� .Kir".!-,-* j  i -k5  . i'i  j------- -,- - - - -*.-,.'-    ---..- --.,-   -    7.*   .*.-V~   iJ-t'.-'--',m'  '    ,   ./.^'--g  fW> ,' r          - ' .-     ,        *    '    U       1   ���������     ������ ''''," " ���������' *   . /������������������    f" .',,,' ;i   --J-V;-':'%  '   HOTEL.AimDEAU^i?,mm  ' COMAPLIX .,      ^     - -:-'-&  <$������  ������$)  (in    ' '   ���������- ;  XJj, The Best House in Town  f*it������  f     Best Brands of WINES; SPIRITS and CIGARS 'kept in Stock:  W) ''- IT- '  W.ell Furnished A-   .Good Table fa  f\tfl  -W:-HAMILTON; Proprietor.  ~~ Vp,'.A  9  ��������� rHi i  neen s  . COMAPLIX       :  ;     -  c     OHIEF YOUNG,    -     ' :       -     Proprietor.' '  ]3(i.st brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.   ,  ' Travellers to Fish.'Creek will-find excellent accommodation  at this Hotel. , ",  , * Y   .     ' '    ' '    1 - ���������-  AAV>  ik  ^i  E,   B.   EDDY'S  '���������KING EDWARD," ]000<  ������������������ HEADLIGHT," 500=!  * " EAGLE,'* 100o and 200=  ������������������VICTORIA."  " LITTLE COMET."  FOX   SALE   EVERYWHERE.  "Y  K,'  >-4?  Are the Best that can .be bought.  i        '   ' *���������*  Don't experiment with other and -infenor brands.  USE   E3X)nZ>^T3S  * <}  r.  zdiriid^ik:.  PERFECTION   COCOA  It is absolutely pure  nOLkl!*r MARRY, DOCTOR or <lo<.  IB I InJ     I      I'i'r, "Don't do   a thing"  ������'>'��������������� ��������� |,ost by .iici or Flashlights  on Human Nature, on hoaltli, ili'-oii'.o, lino.  miirri.iKii .mil puroiiliiBO Tolls wli.it jihi tl .isk  ii doctor, lint ilmi't liko to 240 p.ip-s, illuslr.il-  u<l, -i-icdits; lull to introduce it mo sund uno  cnly to liny niliilt tor poslnco. 10 ci'iiN. M-  HILL PUB. CO., 129East 28th Stroot, Now  York.  GQWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE ICINGS,  CREAM BARS ETC. ARE VERY CHOICEST QUALITY  The COWAN CO., Limited, Toronto ./'
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'Catalogue^    y   ",    ���     -a   ''
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Kekxacha.v'���On  Nov.* 25th,, to* Mr.
und   JIip.'^j.1, a'. (Kei-iiii'gliiin,    ii
hil'-; >,
Local and .General.
*1 I * "      , ,i
-V jap was fined $25 for *
1 * ^jf.**' ' w^   -*
n /v J'; tlie city?
*~ t^A, _   AW Gooding  has yurchabed E.Tiy\
i>-/-f ���> "lor's'Vouse onn.FroJht Strebt.tf��*./' *" <5
The Hewitt Magician Con many will
U' r,
V- >r
Kevelsloke scliool takes Wii&t  rank
Y j   ' j/ At   in the schools of the'piovince in point
'Y j, ��� ,     V    of,fegulari'tyuf attendance.    \    '"
';"-    t^t~ **  r-j-Thc "Wrllitig-WoTkots thank nil who
'''*'���   "  ""   so;oheeifulJy assisted   in* in.iking the
,"',   '    '    ' Scotliali concertYi'complete .success
,,**', <i    "< *     'A.,   B.   ClaVk,*  who   'letuined fiom
;��r "A .   ��<. Phoenix, informs ns his son is steadily
A <���-   ,,   4 ,inipioving since his lecent accident. -
,,*7 t  *_��� _.f E. .Taylor has sold his lanch J'on,the
,.   ,,     -J "pniirie and intends iilially settling in
Y'    i ' .Kevelotoke;   wheie   he   pioposea   ac-
Xl  j.      - i s. *quiring���business interests.   . '    ��
'6''" ^ . '��� A G. S. McCarter-lias  been   appointed
y U, _   ' , secietaryYbf the Kingston Cieek , Liun-
">-. ��� 'YY-.. fc^e'YCompany?"   The company i\ill not
Y"    Aiy  t resume opeiations'til) spiiiig.^
-    ���fThe scliool trustees have determined^
toLinci-easen,the,rstntV   owing ^to^ihc
large attendance *at Ltlie  city  school,
'and.a i��aAc teacher wiik.be  niipointtd
to assisOIr. Miller.  ^ *T   A,
A body wns  /ouircl , A\'eclneschiy ��on
Cootonwood Jsland, 'about" 12, miles
below 'Kevelsloke. j The body appen i ed
to hnv.e been dea'd about six   months.
'There waa nothing on   it  to "iiiclic.Uo
who the man "was.'Y  *      d* *    " *"
ia No 1 to vnlu.itions lnil the avscs-;-,
iiipnf) \\uie suslnineil in most cases.
The lug c.i^e befoie the couil is tlmt
ol tlw 'Aiiioiicnir c.ipitiilists who hold
the extensive timber limits in tho Uig
IjoiiiI, and wlioriue light nig the ussess-
nibnt to the utmost. The cn&e was
ndioiuneil till the 12th. '
1       y   , -
The company which is jiioviding a
racp-oiiiiisu'ori the leciuntjoii lcsoivc
'.it the west end lins cli-niwl the true
anil gi ailed a'good den I of it. The
track is u'0|;' feet wide and ii nicasiiied
hiilf-mile in length A fm-tlicr width
uf HO feet will i be clenr6d lound the
track in'tlio spring. Tho author-Ned
rapital of the coinpaiiy i.s $10,000 of
ivliioh iihont .112,000 has been subscribed. ,The lirst gen'erii] inei'ting of
shaiclioldcrs- was held Monday 'to
coniplct'o the necessliiyrlfoi'iiiaruie.s'
anil when sprint; opens the directois
intend pushing the work to completion
so ns to have ,the track available for
nest season's meetings.  ,,o Y '
'' The following are the pm-ticulais of
thciaccident'1 to young ��� Clark ' at
Pliot'iiix1:^ Clark and Kd. Mosier, with
several others weie coasting on the
steep hill on li'ir&t stiel't, a l'l'por cent
grade, with two street crossings, when
the'heavy bob swerved and (Struck
some heavy timbers on one side ol'-thc
street,' throwing? oil" jill the riders,
cm hii'ig Clark's Iqft thigh almost to
���iv ly, und breaking Hosier's thigh
a No. The men wore quickly, taken to
'the Iio'&pital,'where nTn,,operation was
pei foi nr cd onClark.. '     , Y '  ^'     i
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Social & Personal.
* i\lrs.   l'l-.ttt   and   Mrs.(Brown leave
tomorrow 6,n a visit to London, Ont.
-1The pupi'ls ot'tlietMethoclist Sunday,
debuol will give an ^entertainment lit
ttioOpern House on Doc. 2(Sth. ���     A.
'**-At tli��. meeting of the Philhainionic
Society   at   Mis. 'Bew's losidcnco on
Tuesday,  on t tho occasion  oftitsdia-
hniidiiig, .,)!r.''Floyd,   the conductor,
was the subject of ,i inofecnt.iiion    and
aiklicss fmiu tlie.iiiciubcis   e.xpiesbive
of their, appicciatioiir of-the ^[(.iticiicc
and, faithfulness   which   lie   had exhibited   in.   connection   - -\\itli"i? the
society't a'lairs.      Jlis." 11: A. Brown
made tJio~pio"iiOiilalii]yi7 ^    Tn   " ^"^
,TlieA Lincoln^ Ga/ct,tel  (Unglniid)
���says':  '    '"At^   Lincoln  , Qoi poiatbYn
odiccs a piesi'iilationjw'as maileto fth.
Aithiii iMojtns,   on   his iesigning the
post \if 'Chief   Clei k ., ui.-tlie'    Cily'
Ai-couuLiuitJs   dep.utnient'-ito take'a
pobilion in the'Lincoln   and   Lindsay
Bank.     The -piesentation, uliich was
niaile by tho   City^ .Accl'imtaut, ''who
lefoired in   eulogistic r tcinis- to , Mi
Monis's sei vice&.-'took the fonn ^of   a
beautiful   marble  clock,  suitably   in-
Now on the market, choice residential property , on 7th Street,
Blocks 51, anii 54 surveyed into
lots:, 50 x 100 feet,,
and upwards; on easy terms.
,, , We have decided to present $10.00.worth of Rruit Trees
to'each acre ofjand sold in the fruit gardens'near McKenzie
Avenue."    LOW   PRICES' -ANd' EASY, TERMS.'' '   '-,-
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'scribid.",'1  Mr.   TMoin's is a brother of
W. A. Morris? of Kevclstoke.
Cigars: Pipesf Rouches. Tobacco Jars
fl 1 A     - ���   *   ,. * l ,   '      '
���      1- ' *j ;    ~      ; 1' '    , },. i v ,
Choice Lmeyof Cadburys Chocolates
,Yr4''W iVf-ViV-   '    ''H
, ' Meeting held last night, .riesent :
The1 ]\layor,Al'd. Lewis,Field, Mcl.eod,
Alii.ihanison, Foote.     ,, '.'
Calcy'J5ros. asked iliaiiingo'.'be provided at First St.���The Mayor said he
had given instructions tor have this
done. t       {
'* Petition asking sidewalk and lights
at Fourth and Itobson St.���Light to
be put iii, sidewalk to stand over. >
Petition asking lights at O.'J'. It
ci-osoing from>Front .St.���'Aid. Field
considered a light should also bo
placed on J)oiiglab'* St.���Aid. Lewis
warned the council'against 'extending
the $,ti'oet lights.aiiy moie /Ihancoiikl
be avoided at present nyt the demand
for light was1 now giealei-' than the
plant warranted.���Resolved to iput in
liglit&'oruFiont St. only."    =%��� , ',
Aid Abrabamson lcportcd on snou-
pjough,and street impiovoments, ,and
acknowledged the kindness of Supt.,
Kilpatiict in allowing them the use
of coal cindeis fiom C. I5, li. ash nils
for placing oii'Stnots. ,     ,
' AJd., Lewis asked what the council
intended doing���'���aboul Chinese laundries tiiat had been oidcied ' to move
from the prohibited aie.i'? He moved
the water be cut oil' fiom liiuniliies
breaking the bylaw. '   ,,/!'
Aid. Lewis asked .to raise sidewallc
on<JMuIvcn/.io Ave. bctwoen M^clCp'11/.io
Ave. and Second'St.'���The miiyo'i- said
he would not be, paity to .spending
city,money to repair damage done to
sidewalks by citizens moving them for
building' "purposes.���KcS-.plved ttbat
persons moving sidewalks be required
t'o.ieplace them in original position'. ��
a Aid. Lewis raised, question of 110-
iiiitting'/iiicvoii,boy whose ^jiu'efrt^vas
unable to pay it, but the Mayor said
the boy's'guaidian'was quite'1 sati&liedi
with tbe penalty:'*   7   ''   -1 j   '  V * '
Carpets ���'& Lino
\]>'I>,EMBALM1C1^.1     "
JIH.I^I ir'uil'IIIJ 1,1
','       PERFECT ,- FIT^ \^
' '     UNION   MADE"   /
One Whole Jolly Week
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'*��� Ono'of the best companies that has
visited Revelstoke is thc,\Viiteori Stock
Oompany^ billed to play,at the Opera.
IIousc bcie all week beginning ^Jlon-
day1.' A new progr.i 1)1*1110, is, piovided
for eacircveningY. The compaiiy wiis
soTpopular in Vancouver it played six*
menths without a break,"and several
Revelstoke people ,\\ ho saw it 'tlieic
speak in the highest toi ins of'its peri
form.inces which will all'oi'd this./iity
a work's gen'uinc eiiteitaiimiciit1.* ,! f,
~~ XV>. A. Galliher, M. J'.,pis  authority
for ihe.statement that owing  to  the
dullness" of   the4',lumber   market the
i1 Arrowhead''   Lumber  Company    -will
shut down the.sawmill, "and ''only the
planing mill operated for winter.
, 7 TR.- Sieiss brought iu to the hospital
fiom Three Valley Luke ,last  eiening
' a man named Hugh Macdonald.' who
had his aim   bioken by   a   fall while
working on the Mundy* Lumber Company "S camp.     Mr. lAfacdonald co'mes
from Eictou, K. S. ' 1
Judge Leamy held a sitting of the
county couit en Weclnesdny 1111!
.Thursday, th(?only case of aiiy con
sapience being .JY'JJendei&on v Oan-
* adian Sawmills. Judgement for pitIV
for .ro00 and costs. M r. JlcCa 1 tor for
pltrl, Mi. ^'heeler foi (lefts.
Mr.Muudy, piesidentoi tlieMundy
J^umtier Company, left yesteidny loi
Vancouver to purchase a- steamei foi
operating on Three Valley Lake 111
connection with the lumber- mill
which1 the company will establish
there. <-
Tne dominion government are start-
ing the work of impio\ ing the channel
of the Columbia nver at Re\c"l0toke,
and the first work done will be to
build a groin below the railway hiidge
to'duect the main current of the
river into the old channel which will
thus be straightened out. .flO.flOO
will be expended on the work.
G.ySl. Field, judge of the Assessment
Court for_ Revelstoke' Riding, held .1
sitting nf tho cqiiu on Monday, at
Ashich sexei.il niinui   objections   weie
1 o         *  'i      ,      ^
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tAll who went'to the Scotch concert
in tlicOpcia Iloiisc, uifclei'* the auspices
pLtlic Willing Woik'ers,ron Thursday
night]^thoroughly enjoyed thonisclvesL
Miidvjuilging^by,th'ii he.irty"~appliuifcc,*
that' each  item  of  the splendid pro-
gramme was heartily appreciated."The
opeia house was crowded upstairs and
down, and financially.the concert was
an immense success, sonic .f 135 being
denied over and above all expenses,
o'l'ho Willing   Worker1-  who  opoiKjdl
I he cone rt by singins; in choias '' I he ]
Iliolandnian's Toast,*' did  splendidly,
and looked charming in their costumes
of white with tin tun  shawls  drooping
gracefully fiom their shouldeisY These
voting giils' hn've been   .111   immense
help to tho  Prcshytoii.in icliurch   and
ai gieat   iniiiry   successful   entertainments have been pi educed under their
Messrs. Shoarei .-mil \\',aldren exceeded if anything their usually hiilli-
.int. perfoiiiiiinces, and we are sure
that throughout tbe long winter
months to come their services, will bo
much in lequest - '
' The" solos" >by Mpsdames Wilkes,
Bews and Cieelnian were leceived with
applause, and the audience insisted
upon their reappearance, which was
not' to be "wondered at, cotisidei insr
the ability, with which they tendi'ied
those old1 Scotch f.ivou'tcs, "Arnre
Laurie," "M.u-y uf Aigjlo" and "lilne
Bonnets.*'   '
Jlessrs. Sissons, Uouke rod Henry
gave ,i good account of theniseHes.
and Mr. rrumplueys was recalled with
the usual amount of applause always
accoided this Revelstoke favorite. Afr.
B.iilev. who aecompanied all the solo-
i-i'. ilcsei-M's .i1- rrrcat di'.il nf ("-.-(lit fm
To the people uf Revel.-toke that the
Red Cros? Drug .Sioie has the Fine-t
Display   of   Cliri-tma-    Pro-en t��   in
Mo exception, and at jirice�� that c.-in't
be U'.iten. We cannot tell vou iill we
baiein -tock���it would take up
much of the paper���but call and
You Won't besorrv.
With every One Hollar Ca-1
you get.--;i.\ Coupon--. 101 the,
1   liiiclia-c
���e beautiful
shown in tl
io window.
CJHAS. J.QUiNAN; Manager.
ibo able maimer in which In* poifuun
<-d hi.- dillicult'task, and has1 tlio sin-
ooro thank-' of all those whom ho accompanied.
Mi.-s Fdn.i Bruoo rooitod with oon-
-iih'i.ible feeling and p.itlio, 'The He-
lii'i 'if Liicknow," u'i\ inir .1 vivid (Icj-
oriprirm i>f the dream winch provonfed
Liroknon from falling into th" hanrK
of the rebel Sopoy- at the time uf rho
Indian mutiny.
The iippoiiiimco  of   Mr.   \furrny of
Field upon  the   pint form 111 kilt-, anil
his ovieiitioii of rlio'-IIitfhland FliiiL',"
���Cook   n'   tho    Xorth"   and    ".Sword
Dnnoo"' fanly brought down tho Ikhiso,
and lie.-honld bo liielilyconiplimoiHi d
upon hi-i pcrforriiance us  ihoiilcl   also
Mr. "McKohorn, who'wont tu consider-
11 bio trouble   in   order   to  supply   tho
real Highland music on this occasion.
The concert olo"(d with   tlio   'Cumin'  o'  the   Haggis,"  and  Mnsloi Bo\
Calder in Tiii irighlnrid eostiniK' lnuk
ed    every   inch    11    ncotohrnan     niid
inarcliul proudly in front of liis pretty
if not ponc-rfui o.��corl.
It is to bo hopid the 1'rosliyioriari
church will run kr- this an annual concert and so allnrd ,i treat to all Scotland's children 111 this nostcin city uf
the niouiitaini.
Toys at Manning s      '   ^ t  a
Beautiful * baskets  of confectionery
at the Red Cioss J)ing Stoic.    (      ,
. Bu ml... leather, itoods,���all   kinds, sit
the Canada Di ug Stoic. ^ '<      -\-
- Ileiiit/.inan \fc Co. pianos, at Jlou-
son's Fin nitiiio Stoie.   X      -���     i
See Bows' window- Jor .well hound
vplnines of pouts.^
��-A��' Box- 'ofi. Cigars makes . a vgoud
Christmas'piesent L-Wc have them in
ixll si/.esY-r-"BBOWiSI'S.'*
Manning is making candy today.
Japiinese- china   ware   at the Bed
Cross Ding Stoie. ,
Yotir.custoin wanted at Bi.iwn's '
' A handsome minor can ' hz pio-
cuied at Bows' Diug Stoie.   -   - t
*>*>. Gooding lui> started a collection
and iUsui.nice agency and cmploj ment
Buie.-n,i 111 Beiolstoke..      -  -
Cuds, cauls, cud-. Xmas e.uds.
Thousands of beautiful ones to cluiu-o
fruin at the^Cuiiada IH'iig iptoic.
S. y\\ { Farmer, of -Airoubo.ul, ad
vettisc.- bis gasulini- J.-nmch f.tr-alo.
C.idbuiy's chocolates "ic. to' $ 10 a
bo\ at Manning's.    _   '
Lownoy's ohiioolates. the lw-t
Anii'ric.iii make. Fiesb -upplj- upenod
at the Canada Drug Store. '   '
Your   ciedit   i-   trfKxI   .it^Johu E.I
Wood's Big   Furnrtuie   ^tore for any- j
thing jou want in   the niiniturc hoc
Hyou pay cash you get. ten   per .cent
di-counr       '        _ v
PF.itPL'MES���Well I -hotild' s.iy
they did I1.P.0 them at the lii-d C'ru-.-
Ding i-ituie] and ji A iip 111 l.ib-t
style..       '
Ro.id C. R. flurnu sin'l CoV .uhei-
ti-ement on lii-,t pag'- of this i-uro
An ex-cellfnt display .ifXina- good-
opened up at Jiews' Drng'Stoio.
Knight and Be.ino have "l.irtoii .1
tailoring business in tho city.
The laio-t ihiug nut li'iint v.iv d
present- at 'ho Bed Cm��� I'iuu ^toro.
  a, % >, I
R. H. t-Tiuoman's studio Will bo
upon in' 'peisonal charge^ of himself
Horn iTiKsdiiy. to'end ,of ** JDecofnbei.
Sittings 'Ciii be .airanucd for to iuit
convenience of - those requiring
poitraits or group's. r * ' ��," '
, (-Xmas will soon5 .ho ���'. hoie. Buy "u
good sensible piccev ol. fiu-iiituie^ foi
youisell or friend; ' it- will'last foi
years. "'Jf will bciino.noy well .spent
uul.select the piece you, would
reserve1 it^ for-you
-li^c and 'wot will
John'E.'AVood the People's Furniture
IJuuse. i "' > ���
It pays ri newspaper to ,,keep right
up with the giowth of the district, to
idvertisO that gmwih and its own
increased value ar the same time
���Always at it,'-and alii.iys.in the lead
-no,the wat9h word, of ihe I\'ooi*i:.vay
M.ml, the b(��.t papei with which
place your adveitisuig
Flowers and t vegeta hies all winter
ciniations. chrysanthemums, lettuce
.nd wateicio.-s. Fluial ' dc--in'nfet a
-pocially.���J.; M.n.i-.r, F oiist.
Oiii%cig.ir -alos a,o cpial to th'ccohi-
b tied sales of an\ two cigar storos in
town. Our books an-n-Iiii roi in-,|iec-
timi. That is a guod iimhiii why v<Hr
-lnnilddeal with u-������ BRUWjV'S.""'
.Iiift   biing   the   littIc
Manning'- toys. _
j' Out you 1 boy a punching hag or an
j exerciser or Indian clubs "for YVmns
j Vou can get them at the Canada
j Drug Store.
Call and see our samples of tweeds-
A-c. and get our price for" that winter
'int ICnighi ,m(| J^cvine, T.ulois
tu-xl F. C. Hrmin's, Fust St.
'.'XMi.S riepai-tmont at the KHI>
f'ROSrf JiKL'O STORK i, r.iirly
In ruling with jircsotits foi the new
A'nm, so neai at hand. The goods are
all ua-y high-class and the premises is'
wll worth ,1 visit. Call and
-     -1   r-1    .   ��--  t
When you uiiy Smoker's Supplies
for Christmas * 1'resents * you should
buy them at a( (iist class cigar stoic
wheie you have a large assortment" to
choose fiom. We have everything'
that a man 'would like for a'Christnias
present.-���"BR0W,N'S.'^. ���*
Professor of Music, Graduate Ci. S.
1 AS., Academy, Orgasiiotto Wolsc-
v"' ley and Ellesboro ^Parislics,-Pupil
of Slg'nor Oarcia'*' and  Professor
% Thompson,1 speaks'of .the'New
'"Scale Williams Piano.' ^ s' Y   Ik,<���
TTTTrl       ''   ���-/    '��� a-wo'JUG sirows
���*��� ���Cf-Cj      t't        i    "-t"* IN ONE   .   i
WATSON <       lr
stock "company^ , ;.* ���
.^,     y^  THE   PEER' OF ALL'*./   (" u
puocQromnSix JMunltis Riiii in Vancouver,'B (J
A"   if       . '-^ T     ..d    \ t
Pieseutinp; the*-f'ollowing welPknown
successes, with High Class Vaudeville*
' Y.1*"    ,1 outruns hotwoen acts.i,
MONDAY,   ^ A; ^ ,   ..;*'" a    A���
J ,<       The Great Mi n ing Play
TUESDAY1    '-' '       A '' A   '    -1
���  i'       The Great Russian War Play
WtiDNUSDAY ,     ' *       ���*��'     ,
\   ' The Sweelest Stoi'y Bvee ,Told
THURSDAY    \"   '  AA' ,       i u
i        '/'(,    A Laugh in Eveiy7Line
FRIDAY'      Y,      '     - ,""'/'
The h'linuiest^'oiiiody .Ever Written
SATURDAY" MATINEE ",,".  ��� '"'"'
.*'* r~ \v.camille ^y;;.
* Thi/Oi e.itest JStnotioniil' Drama
(Succssors to'-WTA," Smith
is* Co.) ,
��� A\'A   �����Y'".l' OFJAIYL itJKlSS'
* Fjill supply' of, fresli '"Is,
" *,.[groceries/just"Ayy?
'"-;'   -�� opening'up J "f frfry
bProinptjitlerition given to all oidcr.s7J'
> fe
i   1 "1 r\
the.abovo coal and e.in
Pay no attention  lo
et in your winter supply ol coul. --u
lave  iusl   received  a full stock of
make .prompt
1 epi'i'b-
-I" A-
ones to s, 0
--That the efforts of the Williams Piano
Company in bringing out the New f cale
Williams   are  appreciated, by  artistic
music lovers everywhere, is shown** by
t the numerous letters of congratulation
\they receive."        '*   ��� ,! "i '
Tbe following is an extract 'from a7*
letter from Prof. Edward Simmons1 of
Wolseley, N. W.-T. i,
" After having tried allniakes of Canadian Pianos, I have decided upon the
New Scale Williams 1'iauo as being far
superior to them all- in tone,' finish,
action and all the requirements essential'
to a first class instrument. 'The tone is
both rich and deep, with a rare singing
(Quality. The action is the most responsive I ever played upon aud the general
workmanship all through is most perfect, finish beautiful. The -New Scale
Williams Piano is the one I have chosen
for my own use, andlhave no hesitation
1 whatever in strongly recommending it
to my friends and anyone desiring a
first class instrument. , ,.
1 wish to congratulate your Company
upon   so   distinct a success in Piano
construction." '      *
_ 1 i
Sole Local Agents. 'Lewis ,liros.',"Rev
olstokc- B. C-    -x ' A        ,
s Oonf tlie SHaughrauii
Irish Comedy Dram.VSuecess
Popular Prices: 256,50c & ,75c
-.^Matinee PricesV"iO(y,& 25;-'f
Fi 1teen People."J""1'  01 eat Specialties.
"J-"rHInstr;iti-'diSoiigsY *  ������* -**��� -"
Pay no attention lo* others iepros- '%*-", i, J
outing .they can sell yd"u G,ilt'Coal.��� j ��-, ? A"   I
They have npt.got it and can't gct-,j -" ��� 'A
its equal. i��� ' -       ,, v'^^---        ' ,,   y   ''J
Di'iiymg wni'k'andfui'iiitiii'e moving [ ~*-~ - J J
a specialty.    J; "    ,*> ^ . ' ,      i-1 (t-��* ���&���' '\ * 'J��*l
a specialty.    J ' "    ^ 5, . ' .      ^ ^y
Orders left Air'W. M.   Lawrence's  or*-.
R. \M. SmyLhe's will'have piompt- at--*'
!^ * r^- ���.
-   ' , 1  Brick for Sale.' - ��� * a
The undersigned,have just burned a
kiln of 500,000 lirick, of fust class
quality. For price aud information
apply to 0. B/JEnmcife Co.
Visit(ir^ to Revi
, "t.-ke iwil ih,(| it t
tlieir iidviniUve to Jtop at thi
Ju-t call-aud-.-oo   tin-   |>i'-|ly   par lor 1 Hutel     Kro�� bun,toil ml fr(l;
piei os at Huw.-on\ Kiiiuituie St ie.
Con rra I
Knight and Domiio, Tailors   no\t I'
iii'mu'-i   Fii-rSr,    nn i'-r artouri<-,
glit'll I" repaii'-       Onh-is    ptinc-liiil \
(lolivi-H d
Di n't I'ui'not that iv nh ovoiy niu-
.dull.ir 0,1-b puioba-o nt tho lb d Cn>-<
Drug .-toio ymi tri-t .1 i-uiipuii lui thiK-i-
ho.iut'.l'ul |iri/os i-Ikivvii hi tho -.wiidm-
Call and hi o 0111 -ample- <>i twoi'iN
<Vo and ger 1 hi 1 |.nc fm that viinti-i
.-'int. K'niuht and I)o\itn', 'I ailmj,
nevt  K, d   liiown-   K11-L M. "    '
I'e.n tifnl sokctnm of Kiomji jif 1 -
funics jr.i'-t npenod at llio C.in.id.u f)iug
Store. '
Iron bidsivith iuin 11,11111; iprm.>
1110 the leadois How-son's Km niturc
Store have,1 largo stunk
M irions to meet all trains. ,
j Mountain Vi<-.', Ii���ok��, j���-r the
,thin^f..i -.ondu,- |,,t)g di,unee�� to
j fii"ii<!-.-.ilil.it the Canada Drug ,-,t.,io
J When placing }<iur intl.-r for ,1 itou
,-<iiit don',- morloi-ik Kin^ht and llo-
1 vjii'', tho new tailoring firm, ih \t F
1 (J  Drown'-i. Fir--t St.
Tlmus.ndi of bountiful Cbi^tm.is
oud< and caii udai-i are t.i,u ,,n ikw
at theC.1n.1d. Drun'iV tlt���,U Mori
t��    Revefetoke
General Agency
Accounts k, Rents Collected; l Fiic and Lilc
Agency, 'employment&
General Agency Bureau
T.iyloi Block.
�� McKen/ie Av
Hours : 10 to 12 a. m.
W1011. Ffemi;ii^,
A" r'"-^'"'r'^ll0l(-"",,-*yi11!}1 l^ia'^,^'"^x', fM
_t ���
;���    .  "",;-7
6.       V*
Fish-' and 'Game" .in
First St., Revelstoke,
I have started,a permanent Wood
i'ai-d on Timd street. With my past
expoiionce I hope tot be in a position,
to salisfy all lvquiioineiiLs of custom,
ors. Mill and cord wood supplied in
liny lengths at red need prices lorcnsh-j-
����� R. SAMSON. ,    "*
t   JLu-ing been appointed agent
' l '   HevcIutoko'forTJUK      ,A
Pacific Coal Company, of Banff
,is now in a position to supply
At the following prices:,
' Coal dehveied out or shed ,*fll per ton
Lump Coal $10.50 per otiT
lIKItl'llY  OIVKN   thiil, lluily
tlays arii'rilato.vvLMiitcnd lo niukc iiijiiIi-
i.ilionlo tliu iron. Chief Cniiiiinssioiipr of Land-
1 ' ' * lieoa-,e  lo eat li.d
Ihu following (lus-
II 1)0111   five
lliu ilivlilo
Moscrop Bros.
to   io.nl  carefully   Kh
is building nn Thud Shoot a house
2KM fool The contiacl, h,is booii lot
to iMnjoi Ddltoii. On I ho groiind
llooi aie hall (!\!i foot, |,,ilor ll.vbl
foot, limine loom I'ivl-I Uct, wilh
large liny window, kitchen I KI2 foot
and pniitiv. Upataim ;,ie two bedrooms each 12.\iJ. feet.
Sanilary Plumbing, Hot
Water & Steam Healing.
Pipe Valve Fittings,
Electric Lamps, Door Bells and
lileclric Fixtures ^/,l Put In.
Second Street, Revelstoke
Morning      ���  i (��,(���| Km% "
, in!        'the great A-Hue." "
I     'I lio-o.iftooding tho ow-ninj
i.i'i  rotpio-t
' I ( hapt
'     I'.iHtor'- biblo ol.i���' at -l.'.V) p
fiible Hading WcdiioJihu at
Horn. Ill arid IV.
Miisif ma iy    ,i ti ti i vi, ,,| | y
l.'iv. H.  ,->   ("Ntorhoiit     I'd.
pii.ich tit 11 a. rn  and 7:;o (1
Monday   hr,   O-ttorhoiit   will
adll cmh at tho Kpworth   I,-
rng    .Subject ���     ".S'.me
iiruiirrg the Iriilmns of I!  (:
-' ! wee
���.fi via -i
I), will
in. On
guo an
'ague iiu'et-
OXflOlil 1I00M
""io hi
ipeiit Hevei.il yoiusanioiig the Indians
The C.
line fiom
I'     It   has oponi d ilK now
VViiiiiipog to St. .I'iiul    via
P.O. Box 705.
.mil Woik-, for a sfiocial
ciiii-} 'iii.iy llinljiii hoin
iuin il InnrN:���
Cumiiii iK.inif nt   ,i  in.,(   plnnleil
(.liiuiw iwhI   of   Ilojil'-s ("-iiliin on   ...^ ..
'"' V',".(,'!l:"l,"'l",ri'<-'uk ""'I I'liiKilonCiiik,
iimrkril "|{.H I, CoV, noith-euil (oinii iiust "
I heme houlli HUrh.iliH, thence Hist SOi.Iiiiiiw
ria menoilli Ml < Imlim, rlit-iiio cail SO ciiain-. io
llllllll Of Ulllirr CIIU'llll'lll.
N'uiillx-r 2.
r'oiiiiiiinaiiKut u |iiet pl.uilrtl  on the  n(q
-lit nf Iv. fr S. Iili.c 1: ,SI I iilmiit ono mile vnslof
A" A' 'i'"?.'1" 1,1'"1,,'" ''1.r,K*,t'>" -"'i'i-'' fin-*,
ihe I,h. k line of wihl hint 1; anil nmrk(.(l " I! ll
I. I oi> Milillii.iutroriH'i i,o-l." Ihciiic im-^.V)
t iii.'ii-i, tlii-n'.e noilli 80 ciidins, ih. nro 1-iisi mi
iliiiiii-, lleaicc wailli WIcIi/iIih lopului of cone
nn tit < on nt.
( oiiiiih MtlW at a liti'.l r.limtul on Ihe ��,.,(,
^��l< "f K. &ri. hint )r Kll.ahonl oiiuiintl i.ne half
niili^ronthof  whtre Hnjtl's Iniil  lo I'lnx-m,,
r'",k .'I'XAA. Ll"'   ,,'"v|t   'mu  of  i.,i|t|  l,l,���|.
itmrktil "DIM.   CoV. norl In.nl i m hit i.osl
I him i -onlh Micli.miK, I nemo we-l ri| elmin'.
I In IK e  noilli f)l ehllllH I lit 1Kb  (-HHI  > I  t lm|||' '
IO   |H,llll   rjt l-'illllfil nr i in.'nl.
, iViunlit i I.
fofiiintntiiiKiil ii fitMt iihintetl oik-mile n,.|,
of llo -wilrtel cm in i uf K.feH. |,|�����k Ml
unit iiiu-kufS \It Fiitliern'KMiiith tint tornci-
(I'll,     I lit IIM    IIOIlll    U/ll hdlllH,    L||(||(��� nertl   1(1
iIiiIih, ffidic  -t,���t|, HOi-fiiifiiit. Iliiineeiiit,  |h
( (iiiIim tn pimii of f DinnieiK.uini.iiL.
tl rriiHliciifl. .Noi   ���(. I'Kil.
i-i(n i:ir;,i!K,\-f; u,mhi:i< (j0. lati
SJOTICi: i-t liirtihT itTmniml.TO'tliijTiTflor
A' .''"lo.rifiriiiifllti/iiiplv I" llio ffMiifiriililo
thu ( hinr f uniiiiK,loner nf r,nritN nnd World
fora i|inrlnl HroiKo tticul untl curry nvvay tirn-
htir from Ihoftill.iwliiitdn'.crilirjd   liintls:
Cnmmnnrliiniit n iit^t pliuitud 2(loliniiii. fruin
I in ivii'l -.Imru i.r trp|ior Arrow laiko, alitnit
llireii;iniIn-, ���.tiiilh nf Nnlniip, riiiininn tlmiiei)
easl Kli-li.-ilnij, st.iitli 80 oluiiii,, uost JO (Iiiiiiik,
norili 101, ohiiiii", oust -Id oliaiiii to point nf
(onimiiiKOiiiDiil.   contiiiiiliiK CIO aoron mora or
.biiLtiil Uio 15th (lay of Novomljor. 11)01 ���
lijiiO (J. 13. .KIRK.      I
$10.50 '
is> hinokclc&s
l/iimbi'i- of nil
ni iocs    Prompt
lil'ilVo OIlllT.-i III
Si oi o.
kinds at reasonable
ilolivei'y giiaraiilood.
Lawionco's llaidiviii-o
.'i2l r-
Oret'ly Crook I
iiinbor Mill.
nliliiiiiitl in nil coiuilrici.
��� oliliiiiiitl iii all coniilric-,
Registered Patent Attorney
Jlechiuiieal Attorney ami KiiKinucr.
Huiini .1, Kaiillelil Jtlouk, Oianvillo st., near I'.O
A  ptmltm-il  Hill Mjoiiio an uvi'iiliit; iipptifm
iiiunt' for UitiHC win. ciuiiiiitcall tiiirini; llie ilaj
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
P.   B.    WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
As this coal is, hinokclc&s and pa,--
tictilarly clean, and is moicunicio.it
than any of the hoffc coals on the
mark-ot, rt will 1)C f���lllK| ftivof.^io fllc,
or all domestic imrpo^s, incliicling
lurnaccs, stoves, nnd kitchen rangeb.
Fortho.sc leqniringftcam coal tho
pea and huclcwhcat .si/e.-, will be found
satisfactoiy and ec iiomical. Prices
will be quoted on these small si/.es on
(Jiclors left at the oflico of the Revelstoke I iiMimncc Co. Ltd. will receive
prompt attention. ^v-nc
F. McCARTY, Coal Moiolnmb,
 Jvcvelstolco, Ji. C.
TTlOIt .SALIj_(j.IM)|IM), L,lllll(;,
J       root,   I ll. p.   engine;   uj]|
hi'.H   20
1   tons   df
n.iw'llg.-l-.-, ,������ ,.���,., y |llIt.
lelghl; pi ICO .^t J. Apply
I'aioii-i, Arrow head, H. (j.
TjlORSALK CHEAP -Ono <,',���l7tov~
J.1     one   box   Move   .������,   ���      ,
Apply at Kooton.iv Mail iillico
 . .  ) '	
TVT ANTED-Sever .il good IJIon to
r!Jr T k !��'o<"id sawmill iu1(] y,���ti
hiMd Ll"",,,*������ C'ompanv.   Arrow-
Rehablo MEN in every
town i��� Canada to tako ordoi-s
fm tailoi'.madu clothes; perniauor.t
omploymo.il, g(Jnd commission ; ex-
pei-ience uiirioces.sai-y.���C. L. TBouvior


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