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 '   <"  Provincial Library  K<  ������������������'  READ BY,   %    -';���������''-  ;, ,   i   5;O0(ty .,  '-, ��������� i   PEOPLE.  Vol. 10��������� No: 37. ,  THE HOTEL VICTORIA  , "      B. K. I.K.VSO.V,   a     ��������� ,  VICTORIA.        -       13. 0.  'Anicrimn nnd Kuropcnii I'lnn,        ,  .Vinericiin i'lnn $2.00 and UjivwtrtK  Stcmn Healctl. Sample roonin.  REVELSTOKE/B. C. DKOTHVl BBR,  %  1900.  $2.0C Per Year.  'I  .1  -'I  Leading ,Drf Goods ;  House bl Revelstoke.  ', ,,..-,        '  01 j '  ,' ' ' Stoeks' nii, all' departments are- now    "  ��������� '   complete Tor the''Fall and'Winter   , ,  Season.' . -, '    '  '':,  1 J   l������ i-O  y-to-  \<A  y 'Our Stofck iri>this department is' the  Best "'in, the"'Kootenay. V Blouses,  '.''- Jackets,,' Skirts, and Wrappers,5 /all;  ., the" Latest 'styles, at moderate prices."  ���������v '-'MAIL ORDERS-.-'V'  Wc'pay-particular.attention1 to-Mail Or'dcrs.  *./l rr ^ -.rir~vth  ���������Samples sent'to'anyaddress.    .  1   .-..   - \ s1  ���������-A- ^-    ���������"���������  'A -       ' A   -" ,    -      .--A'--''  'TAYLOR  BLOCK.'.McKUNZlM AVE bRIOVELSTOICE  -       , - , ^      ._ '-  ,    L.   J:  r������iri " ���������" ���������* - i      ��������� j- - -y  A $,,,-Bootsr Sh6esrMen-s-F^rnisliihgSr-������ij'--*-^^-ri  |r~ :,ij-s" ������������������ r'?f 'Clothing^ "Hats, Caps,r=etc., etc. #  'f Carss' Famous Mackinaws, German Socks, Mitts,-etc.  Mr) ,-   ,   \ '       -' , , ��������� _'  (tin  (tin  '&      '    Canadian 'Rubber Company^ Rubfiers and Overshoes. <#>  f   Bare-airis"in-Boy's -Winter Suits and Overcoats1.   ^  ���������** '       -.  ��������� ���������       : x  & ��������� ' . ��������� -      'I ' - ������  f " REVELSTOKE'STATION, ,B   C. A <������,  ������$������ rfo r������fl (*> (*> <$> ri) (ti? (tin (tin <*> <f> <& <$������ <f������ <$> <&<^<$><&<&r&>^f������?^ <*"$������'<$><&  Thoadve.it, of another- 'Xin.is sca'son I'mcls us, lc.rtly loi yotn b  bushier The atoic is'votus,-those clays, come and t,ee the displ.ivs ������  Bring the children to sec the lov = 'A few suggestion* ior suitable g  gifts foi father, mother, husband, wife ti Mvcetlio.ut. -g  *  t,  - Toys Department.  OOIjLS���������KV-incli    Icnl    lioclj     Slc-ep...-,'  l)i,l I,.Tic.  12-nicli   Dro���������etl   Dolls   vtitlt  llon-iots ,  '       .nitl blitie=?JOU.  CHILDREN-S SI71' TAHLl.WAin:-  Cliililrorrst.liiii.i Sets Vic. "I-' "I ���������?! '>  Wa-lifeui���������Tub l'ttil. VV n u-a i tc V>:  t'lnltlicii'sSot~ Tabic tiiitle-ij $1. *l-i'i  Knot-. Doll-, Cat?. Rabbit-. Hor-i'.-,  Halls, II ink-. Monlli Orji.iu-. Horii-.  flip-. Mile-, Bibv Rattle-, utc. all tlie  vv .ij from 10c. I".c , J'ic . Tib . .TOc  ('.inn-and lirtne'tlie-clnltl.eii. Jt vvill bo  vvmlli anv jieTstm- time- tti set- our tits-  .'!..>- '   ,  Dry Goods Depart::::r.t  FOI! MKX���������Sill.  HatitlKi'icliii-rs 7"ie, SI.  yii-ipi-tl Ne-cl. Scarfs ajitljlro--. Shirt  l^iiiti-citir-7"u *t. Sl.'.O f-  XiniisTn-- "iflc, Ot-. Tie-. *1  dim.-���������^.lk lnie.l ninl unliiicil ^l 00 tn  <X -ill  Sill. Uinliii-lla.- *". ?'! in. ?i "iO, PO  Ibin'c Coat-  and   Die���������ins   Jac'.cls  Sin  Fanes Siispentler- SI. SI -���������>. 4-1 it".  '     l'ipi--,'l. SI.'iO. sj.  l'ipe- in ' a'c ��������� S- "i'i. *.1.10, f.'i, ���������?!'���������  Urii-li S ���������-.- i. 71 }!<!>  Cull Link- ������1. tl.1i'. v-- V.! i  Tit' I'm- lilc. II.-. SI  Tiatelhue'Set- in C.i-e--l,-(.  I'oc'.et-eutlon. Ttt'ltl Ola���������>'-, Musical  I'lsti.n. rati, etc  ijVi)n:sDrjPAiiTMt:NT-  N in ell iu-.mrlSiiitablf (lifts for Ij ul ic-  liol'i v.inn 'unit ol.l   I'.,t,f v.tr.ls Stll. Wai-I I.e'.iMllts   I'.uicv  Silk, in lii'N.'- S-71. >i.".ll. ?l 10 ,  Utolvar.ls   On;���������   Ij.iiurlli-,. i-nltm-"  'and lilnclf. niei-h   put   up  in  rancs  bust-. SI, Si IH. "I'I ,     ,,  IjkIic-   liltnii   ami    feiH'   Umbrellas  s-j ^'1 S7 S'l  ljt.lleVr.i'nc.v Silk IlanilliCicliiuMOi-.  ri'ifiiiiir--in r.uirv It'll lie 70c, 71c. SI,  S1. *7 I  ljit'-,nir('is(".*:i. ?ii).-i'  ti Dlc-MnfCisI'--:). ?11),-l"i  Boot and Shoe Dept.'  V Pan of limits or Slioe- .- a tc-ij snil-  nbleantl tiselnl Lhfl       Heio i.  Our  ri.ttlio"' Hue Shoe- >2 "0. il 10. Si 00  Luetic-' Te-lt Juliet Shoo- SI 2 ���������  Mi���������o-' Felt J..hot Shoe-Sic  Men's Hockov ll'atiMitctl) t; '0      ���������  Men'- ...id  Hov-'   l'.mcj    H������"10 , =>!;"������:���������  Riinici)  ,S-'71       Fanes     Vehet   ->l 2.  AhiMtorsSI -">  Grocery Department.  A careful -tu.ls of tin- h-t will show soil  special puce-  tor tin- iiu.ilitit'- ot-  XIITS-ALL KrXDri- I't-cin- Almoiid-  Walnut-, llra/il������. new awl pi-rtt-ctlv  fio-li. -7c per 111  Slu-lleil Almonds, Wiilntit-. e-tc.   iOc per  Luiiion, Oi.uiKO anil Cili.in ,1'col 20c per  R li-ins-Vali'-u-ia-. I're.lt I'ruit. O. &  llu per lb , L Midon L i.vei , 21c antl 3ic  pel Mi ,    - i  Clo ine.l Tf.ti-iii- ami (urruil-m pack-  itu'i-T 12'jC pci Hi  DituiK Fie-s 21c per lb  Navel Oianuf- hie- nnd .".'le per box.  .lapani'-p orane't��������� 77c per but  Xni.i- Candie- 27c. 70c. und 77c pi r lb.  NcvvCliocolati'-i and linn linn- tii fanev  packaisc-IHc mid T.J pui M>  Cijslali/i-il Cunt, tn llii-ti---ill; ami ��������� Oc  pe-i  Hi ���������  Van Camp's I'ltuu Piitlilin-,- 10-nnd no  pi-i lb  China, and Glassware,  Nirc (illi-mid -������rv acceptable  Children'- Cup ami feiiuc-i- IOc. tic. '2k:  Men's Moiistaclie Cup- ami  b.incor- lie  t" '-1 -'"' , .,      ,,       ll  IjikIu--' l-'amv Cup-, and Hon l-tui di-lics  .tic. 77c s|,"i i,  I'tiiii and Salad llovws lie to if-i ���������!)  .1 tpanu.e lli-e.nt .l.n- SI m ?1 ".''  rtuvvcr Uniss|,-,| -,n -,-j ",(), v,  ( (ito.i Jiik- S! lo +1  Fanes Watci Set- St 27. ���������fl.1l>. SI i >  (line Di-he- "21c, IOc, 77t-  Dm.i.-i Set-4-^ lo^-O  OF TRADE.  Tariff on    Lumber--Obj'ections to  Taxation ������Proposals���������Provincial  , < Gaol; Wante'd--High ^School for  4   '   t ii *  Revelsioke.  ,       ,  -  Tho board<of trade had an '1111-  usnally important m'ceting! Tlmrs-,.  clay nnd ii large amount of business  was trans-acted. ,Tlic meeting wns  piiinurily ci'tllcd t'o consider a telegram from the Victoria Board of  Trade miking tlie Board':*' co-opera-'  tion in objecting to r tho rushing  throligh of 'tlie taxation proposals  of tlie government before tliey could  be considered ,by 'the people who  were mainly affected by them, and  on whose interests ^thc proposed  taxation was likely to.have an injurious ."effect.     0.   S.   McCarter/  < i   .  President, was in the oliair.     ' "_   -  The first-business dealt with was  a petition from the'Mountain Lumbermen's Association pointing bout  tho injur}'.being done'thc lumber,  ing interests of, the Province by the  wholesale,, importation into the  Norttyveat of American'rough lumber for-^vvhicli this was, used as'fi  slaughter market'1 to the detriment  of the-'mills of��������� British Columbia.  A very-full discussion took place  and it was decided to support the  imposition in Canada of a tniiff-on  louglf _lumber similar to ' that ini������  posed*by the States on the Canadian  pioduct.- Copies of the resolution  vveic ordered to-be forwarded1 io  Hon. W. S. Fielding, Minister of  Finance, and to the members, of-tbe  House, of Commons' for the pro-,  vince. '";. -. . * . ''_.- . .  ' -'J'he increases of .taxation proposed by the government were discussed, and it,vvas pointod out how  injuiipub the proposed policy ^vould  be. '.-The proposal to make a man's'  property liable,' no matter in what  "part of the country,-for all taxes to  which he might be assessed) on his  other, property, was!slio\yn_to_threa-  len a",barrier ,to tlie exchangev-of  real estate, and'the'taxation legislation gencrall)'"' was ill-considered,  it'was decided to ask T. Tavlor M.  P. I'. to support the proposal of the  Victoria 'Board of Trade that, the  final passing of the new legislation  increasing the taxation,should bo  with-hcld till the January session  of tho legislature to give the people  an opportunity of becoming fully  acquainted with 'the proposed assessment' acts and their probable  effects. , ���������    .'-...  The matter of inducing the Great  'Northern Railway to" connect with  the Airow Lakes and facilitate another-line of steamers, between  Arrow head, Revelstoke and Lake,  points to give a competitive railway  setvioe, nnd 'secure deduction, of  rales, was considered, and it was  understood all possible information  should be obtained with a view to  supporting the scheme and the demands of the Lumber companies  operating on the Lakes to get better  lales of freight to the Northwest.  Another matter that came up was  the desirability of re-organising the  Botiid of Trade by forming a Cham-  bei of Commerce.or some similar organisation which would command  the confidence and support of the  people but no resolution was passed  on the subject.  A discussion took place on the  necessity of having a provincial  prison in Kevelstoke for the numerous transient and local cases that  pass through the hands of the local  police. The present piisoii accomodation i-was pointed oul, and the  president said tho pieinicr 'lirid-nd-  mitted in conversation with him pit  Victoria that a provincial I'gaiol  should certainly bo provided al  Revelstoke. A resolution wa-? passed urging provision be made in Tho  estimates for spch an institution.  ' If was decided to reduce _ the  membership fee from $5 to %'l pel  annum. t     , _,  A  resolution was pass-ed 'Urging  llie government  provide lmlfptho  .   . ..-.'I  cost for an isolation ward in connection with the Revelstoke 'Hospital. The President stated Mr .Lind-  mark and himself bad brought this  ma titer under the'notice ot the  Premier at Victoria. Ho hud agreed  there should be an' isolation' hospi-  'tal provided here and the Provincial  Hqaltli Qfliccr, Dr.. F.igan lnidf recommended the governnieiilinssist  the project'. p,rj=-        - } '" -,  The matter of a'High School was  next broached, and, it wn&^decided  to ask'tho government 'for a special  grant of $2,000 to .cnablo n" high  school to be provided. Mr. Floyd  said the- School 'Trustees boned do  have enough pupils hero by August  next to warrant tlie establishment  of a Iligh School. - - j  -It was resolved lo write the piapa-  ger of the Revelstoke, Trout Lake  and Big Bend Telephone Company  urging the desirability of introducing a system of family rates which  would result in the telephone^ system boing much more extensively,  used, and that the oflice hdui-s be  extended till 10 p. m,. '    '  "The Board-adjourned to meet on  Tuesday evening.     ,   ���������    >  HOCKEY.       \     o  ��������� Says.tliC Kossl.nul Mine: :���������-'In ligiir-  ir.g.on'the hookey possiliilitics'frn- (lie  foithcoming'sciison it will not he safe  ,.to leave Revelstoke out of the reckoning JI. A. 'Biown the uellj known  curler, who is in tho city toduy/is ihe  authority for the statement Unit Jtcvol-  stok'c possesses the "fastest} hockey  tcn'm .ever giithcicd together in'tho  province1." Alio stntcs Unit for- months  the team lias been quietly stioiigthcn-.  eel by the addition of bur men fiom  Winnipeg and thc-Teiiitones, mop of  whom arc holding good positions in  the Canadian Pacific shops, now employing about '275 men, and Unit the  club is dctci mined to make the Nelson  and Itossl.mcl teams liustlo for the  championship."  CURLING.  '' A meeting of the Cm-ling Club was  hole Thursday.    JI. A. Brown a's dele-'  gate to Kootenay Cui ling-Association  made his report. ,  II. A. Biown  and \V. A. J'ootc tveic  appointed to collect pn/.cs for tho bon  spiel.  Jiessis. Cotnsiei Poole, -MoR.ie,  Lindmnik. Kincnitl .ind Sliutly weio  appointed committee to t.ikeehnge cf  an-iingomcnts for Bousniol. ���������  The following skips weio elected foi  seasons play���������Mcsais Uiown, McILio,  ilcCaitci-, PinUiaii', Uiook. R.ie, iro -to  Jlolten, K'inc.iicl. Hastings and Uppoi.  It was decided set .itch games in pio-  gicss should he tlnown over- at 0 p in.  for a new game.  The follwowing are the. now ofhceis  of the Kcolciiay Ciulu.g .isstcnition ���������  Judge Fonn, Nelson, p.i11on, .1 S C  Fiascr, , Kossl.ind, picsidcul; IL A.  Ihown, Kevelstoke, v ioe-pi esitlont; M.  L. Gi'ininiett; S union, v.ce-piesldont,  J'. 13 Wilson, Nelson, v icu-pic&iilcnt;  F. II. Lewis, Kevelstoke, secielniy-tie.'i\  stiici-; ltcv. 13. Piocunier. Kevelstoke,  cli.iplnin; executive eommittee, K. W.  Giitror, Rossland; Ih. K. IJ. Unucher,  l'li(i-ni.\; .1. A. Kusscll, Oiconwuod,  George L Sinclair, liolilen; ti. S. jMc-  Cai-ter, and David K.ie  Kevelstoke.  POLITICAL  i  Tho JiossI.iikI Jliiior snys W, A.  Galliher will have tho choice of the  liberals iu tlio coming Dominion olool-  iotirt for Uie"o6iistltiionoy cif Kootonay.  iTho govci'iiinent proposul to reduce  I lie exemption on personal propcity  iron $1000 to $.")00 wits adopted. ( The  wild land tax was niisod fiom .'i per  cent'lo -r) per cent.        , l  A motion to stiikc out,tho cltiuso  raising tho cqal piospcctorh foe? -to  $100 was lost hy two volcs.' Houston  and Davidson' (labor) voted ' against  tliu'incieaso and tho socialist, ciindi-  tl.'tes stood hy MoUrido supporting tho  iniposii,in:i on llie prosjicctor. The  proposal to \<M i1' llio Chinf Coiiimiii-  sloncr ' powers hltlierlo exercised by  llie Jjictit-Covornor was withdrawn by  the govornnicnl, owing to thestand of  the opposition who objected tu tho  chief' commissioner'being unln.is.lpcl  'wi.th suoiriinli'iminiolotl power-j.   , .  THE MINES,  .i  Sliver has chopped to 51^.    ,  The Dominion elections wbil pio-  b.ibly Ijo bold niicicllo of Fobruiiry.  ,;On the Rossland claim of the Oyster-.  Critciiou gioup the jU foot lead gives  avoiago values of .fid.  Tito Thunder IfiM Group, at herd of  l-'iic'Valley, has been sold to the Lightning Peak Milling Company foi a l.ngc  sum.'  '   '      ,  It is pioposed to hold a convention  of Liberal dolcg.itcs'at Nolson to noi'n-  iiiiilc a c.indidiilo for tho new constituency of Kootonay,  .1, D. Sibbald iMiinagcr of the Rovel-  s!-oko iMcCtillougli Ci'cokCo. will leave  foi Califdi nia shortly to investigate the  most up to diite'inctbodstof'hydr.uilio-  ing tlicic, wilh a view to applying them  on the Company's piopeity during" next  ���������sc.ison'i aporatlous,  u'        '  ���������=���������, .    ^ ������,  .    '     _  b  LUMBERING.-     '   "_��������� ,  * ,    ',   '       '       i       i    "  Tho ft'ic.it Noitheinlian 'in.ulo "a  bii; cut iirlumbst ra'tob fro-n Uritisli  Columbia to the Northwest.   .-   "  M  W,. J, Loroiing of Coltlvvfalcr, 'Out.  and liow.ol-Toroiito, a well known vm--  tci n liinil crnnin"7^vas" on a .visit this  week to,, Messis Sawyer, who arc old  friends of his Mr. Lovciingis Innking  into the piospeots of the liinibei'ing"in-a  clustiy iu Jhitish Columbia, and is a  shaiclioldci iu the Revelstoke Jjiimbcr  Co RcfcriiiiK to'^thc proposed duty  'on lough Lumber coming into the  noitliwesu fiom the United States, ATr.  Lovciing is til opinion that il something is not done to piotoct the home  niaikct foi tho Piitish Columbia mills  their piesont tiatlo with the northwest  will be ituned  Phi, is o lly a p "<-'���������'��������� INt'������  l'K! ������"''>���������������������"' ll,in^' "���������''iv t'lo'Ver.  LIMITED.  Millinery and Dressmaking Departments on Second Floor  Christmas Suggestions in Plenty.  Tn the vvenrv tine not knowing wli.it lo buy ui- vvlu-i" L-. I.ink,  .mi-btnek (ilfcrs many ideas. Heie ytm uan baldly lad In Iind  something Unit, vvill de suitable and .leeeplable lo .soint- nl  vour friends.  Fanrv finnd<; neoartment never was so full of good iiungs  i-ancy uooab uepnruiieiu ww l|)ltlgs  ltld ���������(,Vl., ndng^,  suited Lo all purses.  P*������rfnmr������   Psicpq are n   delight and a suipiisc.    lien-  vim  reriUIIie   ^diCi wi��������� Hnd pvul.ylhiI1Kf,.om H,o ll)-eent Imltle  Our  Our  RAIL AND STEAMER.  The Oi.inil Tuink Pacific placed in  the hands of its b.inkeis the $5,000,000  ice] nil eel by the government, to be deposited as a gu.iiiintcc the vvoik would  be gone or. with, but the pioinotois  considc) lb."1 contract too much in favour of tho Dominion and want some  modification in the eontiact bcfoio  handing it over  ���������( A fine lot of Team  Harness,   Harness -Parts, Harness,  " r i ai  a    I     Whips,, Horse Blankets just opened up.  Get your order in early- for  "S    "    ' ' ' ���������    .''  : Christmas Groceries, and. Fruits.  r     _ L , t  ^ It very thing' fresh, find of choicest quality,  't ���������(���������'  We have a 'large assortment' of  China, Glassware,  1 A '" ������ i  Cutlery, Lamps, 'Platedware, etc. suitable for presents.  BOURNE BROS a  ���������'    -  <:'P     '   '    '>     '      ���������     '   ^ :   -Wi '" 1  . .'" Headquarters,for Groceries   <4  "'_v  Wt\:'  f;i     ,f\  "'  ���������     ',   Stoves ^d-Hardwai^S^  r   <���������.'-''      i- , .. ��������� .,     - - .ji^i)^������tr-. -/^md,'' / ;  ' pH  yz&gyx^^vnsz^sm-zii^^ '',''.   ' .w ���������  '.' ,i'ip" I  <j - ;-i  . *.  vj^.  - ..,. ^  ,1      .  HI. "-,.,.*  ti-. >. '-    .JL'V    P'll  V   ' ' '  ���������      - ' '���������  '    ,     ���������% '"''������'"I' ,1  Seasonable;.Goods, at Special Prices;;;  t't  ." 'A-  <������������������.' *;  Dress'.Goods .this   season's   newest-'effects, 20 per "  cent.discount. , ���������   '   .,^       j'��������� ,'   <,..       .���������       _  Ladies made-up cdsiumes selling fiMess than'making  prices.    No'two costumes alike.    Sizes 34, '3������fsSf ' '<  -���������  Ladies Mantles and Coats���������--Regular $8:bb''now  $4";"'  "regular $10 now.-$6; regular $15 now'$9." f ]\  ,_   ,        f  '   '     1 ]       ',-     ���������       -,.( - -'-,_ ,.p  -'   Children's Coats���������A few only .left"to.'clean, at less  f-than half regular prices."   $5,v'$6'and $7-how your choice'!  \,  for $j.oo.f "''        j ���������  -,     ���������    A'"    ". l'  ���������-,  -V - Pt ^'.(."ij. "  v '  I--( "' h ' ��������� f ' * '���������     1   "' 1     ���������      ���������       ' .   r   .  "  Staples at reduced-prices.. -"      "-       --",<��������� y..      <\ r, ,  -  . I -        1 1 11 ���������-   ���������  .     1     .    '     ,     '  , , '_';,-',  Blankets,-Comforters, sheetings,  Flannelette .'Blank-''  b-els, .Table-vLinch,.:Nfipkins.'.etci.u, _py------- --���������p���������^;. r-"-\  4--  '���������P,'  ./ .  ^   r  '    A J  ,"  /*  $   "  >,  ..,w  t     f  '  *r  "-*���������  3 *  1   '4  s.'  r i(  w   '^  i  ',A  ������  r  -r'**-  u������ r"t7"  ���������*.j  ���������>.***  j"  4ft  J S  ~  ��������� ^  *'*il   t-t*   -  ^ <-  r'  ���������' Special'^ Discount-for Quantities^    :<' '���������  REiD & YOUNG,  Agents'for Ladies Empress Shoes and Butterick's Patterns. ."  amm  ^^assjiasmsafPSPSBSxfii  t  all   through   the  medium   priced goods to the cosily cut glass  bollle.  B00k   Department is .1 surpiise to the book lovpr.  ir Confectionery Department ^"^ (;vpilt>Pv,.,-Pivsent.-d  to the people nf Revelstoke. We have the choicest, packages  from Hairy Webb, riurveyor lo His LxcHloncy, the Lieul.-n-  iint-Gdvi'r.ior. A. J. Stewart, Toionto. iMeC.iriiiick. London,  Out. Also we have empty fancy hoses and baskets, lor pulling up home made candy in which to send to your fi lends.  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B., Druggist and Stationer.  Mdil Orders receive prompt und catcful alt tuition.  ritim Our Own Corrusiiiiiitltint  ' .John Fyfe is building a house on  liis loi back of Mr. George Hoyds.  Rovd. Mi. Glass-foul of Ntikm-p  ptiSFcd lhioui>h'on Weclnc-'day on  his wnj to Kevelstoke.  Mi-geis Reid and Young ate getting their stock of goods into their  now Sto+oruid expeel lo be open for  business shortly.  Charles Kill:, son of II. Kirk, of  the Hig.Roud Lumber Go. arrived  from tho Lbifel on Saturday, and ih  staying with bib parent's.  v Mr Norlhoy of llio '���������Camborne  Mnfci," was 111 town on Wednesday  looking up old fiicnds and incidentally, doing a little biiMiicb for bis  paper.  Vcsteidav tho usual (|uiel of our  liltlo town was disturbed by two  "s.otiipfe." It is tunc wo had a constable to look after such offcndeib  and a lockup to put them in.  A strike occurred at the Harbor  Lumber- Co's loading camp about  o miles from Arrowhead on Monday. The men quit work and came  into town. The trouble arose we  understand through the hiring of a  Chinese cook.  /*  v  M. A. SMITH & CO., Agents, Kevelstoke, B. II  TRUNKS, GRIPS AND VALISES  We have received another consignment of  those i>_nods. We are giving very good  values.  BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS  0 hl  :Bo  P. j\ Olsen.a brother of .Mrs Sto.ic  acorn pan icd bei on her return.! tiip  tiom Swt( don  We fire doing the business, in ihis. line.  Call and see our stock of Fine Shoes that  we have just received lor the  Xmas trade.  Just a few words about the Grocery Business.  We have unloaded .-mother car of Hungarian Flour  and Rolled Oats. We also might state we have a  large stuck of Wheat Chop, Bran and Shorts.  MACDONALD & MONTEITH,  l'lKST ST. AND COXXAUGHT AVE. T1IR Rou'PEIn'aY MAIL  j"*"inBB������a?8S������a������������HH-l .'���������  JJHSbT-.'-W.W-v'  ,".;mv-  -1,1 111 -  T^iWotcxm flfeaU  jj       I'URLISHKD  SATURDAY.  j, ,        ���������-A'''7-    ���������  f'        ' REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  V ' i  Subscription   Prlco, - $2.00 ��������� Per   Annum  ADVERTISING-'ItATICS 'on application  Changer, in advertisements must ne In by  i,- .', p.m.T liur-slay ofc-at-li wi-nk lo seemi- good  display,.'Casual iithortl-liiK will bo ie-  celvcd up to in ii. in. on Saturdays.   ,  JiJH'I'KIN'lHNU'proinplly uxe-ciitrd lit reason-  ��������� dlile rule-.  ACCOUNTS'   for    iiilnring-'and    adverlWiig  payable' on  first ,of i.iunlli:   Milind-iplioiiH  . piiyuble In advance.    ' /  COHISKrsl'ONDKNUK   invited   on  matters ol  .-public   intere-sl.i Coiuiiiiinlcnllous in hill-  ,'       lor   must,. be  iilconipanic-d   by   iianio   or  " writer, not necessarily foi-ji������ul>lu-nLioii.  bin  as evidence of good fail li.   Corrcspondi-iire  Klioiildlbc-.brief and ...list reiieli Lliu olll.-e  i by Wednesday evening.  ''    *.' Address J  ',    ���������',      r       TlIK  KOOTKNAY   MAIL,  Phon.! No.  PL   ,     , Kevelstoke, B.C.  We request our numerous reactors to  .    favon   us  with their assistance In  making- tho KOOTENAY MAIL tho  "most  valuablo  advertising- mecll-  ,t um   tn   tho'Kootonays   by Klvlnfi-  ,   tho ppoforonco, when making- pur-  '   uhasos   to   those   llpms  who, uro  ' , resrulap^advortlseps In tho KOOT-  '    EN AY MAIL.'     .,. ��������� __ .  .       _ ^ At,,,N.rSi ,    _  Copies of ,'1'iik Mam. may lie-oliliilni'il from  ilio following city agent-.:     ,               '  J. W. im.NNi'.rr.  Can H)A Diton ������: Hook Co.   '"[,ONDnN"il-:N(ll..\Nli) Adl-'.N'CY.  r  Our l-:n���������'l|sli tilll. ci ure ultn l-'lt-ul sir yell Line  tion, K. O?, whcio  Messrs. K. Jt .1. Ili.i'.lj.V I ������.  will receive mr us I- iikIMi  now-, sijliiiji'lpiiiiiis  ' and ailve-i-lisfiiie-iil.s und   where a lllti is Kt-pi.n  lliU paj-.ir- for the list) (free ol clinim-) of ant nl  our readers visiting London  and tit* roils ol  seeing the l.tU-si Issue possible- o( tils.(ir lie-i-  ocal pu|je-r-. '    *���������-  ,  ->'       .- f.  .'.'-'    '       '���������  b,. '     * ,.'~  i-p it, .J. HARDY,fc 00.  IV        Q    IIO.VI1-:  AND  COLONIAL  ���������       ADV'KllTlMNfl.-l'ltKSS AND  .    AUTlIOIfrf AOIC.N'TS ASH  ,.,,,������������������.,,  ,  NKVV.SI'Al'l-'.ll (JOHUICril'OMlKMn,  ���������M Flocl .Street, -   '    -London, KnoijAND.  , CANAlJIAN-'llOSINHSri  A   Ml'lIOIAl.TY.  ARVEY, McOARTEli  -    AND PINKIIAiM.'  - - ���������     BARKISTEKS, SOLICITORS,  KTO.  'OKMCES : \ M0I.80NB    JUNK    IH.OCIC,    liKVKI..  a  ��������� STOKK, It. C.  "Money to loan.' - ,,     '      .    ,, ,,  -    Offices: Kevelstoke, H.C.; I'orl.feieule, 11. 0.  (Jeo. S.'McCakteh,  eA. -M. Pinkham,  ,     ������    Revelstoke, 11. C.  J.'jV. IIauvi.y,  ' Kort Steele, 11. (J.  JOHN   MANNING   SCOTT,   li. A.  V- L. L. B.~ ,. .   "      "     ���������   '    '  />���������   ���������   V ���������' -   ,   .  1  Bakkistkii, Solicitor, K'rcp  ,  ' 4 c' ii <  -Kirst Street. - "    Kevelstoke,  ILC  71DWARD. A. .II AGGliN,  E  '   Misino Enointkr,  '    (Mem.  American .Institute jVIinint! KiiBineuis)  X, "(Mem. Cautidian MlnijiK Iiiatitiito.)  ��������� '' ib   -    -Revmlstokr! ii. O.   '  '^ (examination of, and reports on  Mineial I'io-  -,,    -.   '*    pcrties a Specialty. ,"  H.  PERRY LI5AKI-:,      .,        _   '  -    MiniiiK Kiigineer and Melallurt'ist.  vf., ' '   '    ,;    SHKCivi.Tirs:  "Exami'iiatiorii  and Repoils on, Minine. I'mp-  .erties.,    ,   -���������  . Speciflcatiori and Coiisti-nclion of jVlinini; .Ma-  ���������- ��������� ��������� chinery.  - .,- - ,..;���������.  Tests made of Ores and Concent ration for Uilor-  1 ine and Cyanide Treatment.  ' Hydraulic I'lanU--. :���������      ���������   ' ���������   ,  >, ,j     ���������      Hertford McNeil Code.  weight allowed bv'the Post Oflice ure  grossly exorbitant, and ,the public  have no protection' except through  the Government, who,can break the  express monopoly by an up-to-date  parcels post system. '      ''  The liberal jmrty in the legislature under the leadership of .1. A.  Maodonnld is 'giving excellent account of ilself. Thiil this parly  should have I icon able already to  force   the   McKridc   governniciir to  tbandon ninny of the objectionable  features "of their proposed increase  of taxation speaks volumes for the  capability and organisation of the  liberals, and   is   llie  strongest evi-  lencti of tho plm-dic vycnkn.'s.s of the  .MoHride government.'-'  Q WOUKSTIIV  A nialtcr in wliieli both tho nonunion and I'rovincial Clovernnieiits  arc fur behind is forestry. Tiniher is  11 great source of wealth in any'  country, and 'the lumbering industry is a groat employer ,of labour  mil circulator "of money. There  ire, millions of acres iii Ibis  eountry which nre valueless fur anything else but foijcsts. As the timber'is cut young trees should he replanted, s.oAhat-.a^V.lK'.A'd-.ion.'.s-t.s-  'arn cut out, new ones will come in  in take their place., Tliis' policy  would give pi-oiitablo employment  to a vast army, and would prove a  valuable investment for the state.  Ii is'worth thinking about. ,',    ,  Holiday Gift  To"yourself and loved nnes is a policy  _in "The.Equitable Life,"  THE STRONGEST JN THE WORLD.  We are prepared to place a policy on  your life, in this Giant of Insurance  Comp.-mie-s on llie payment of ri pari  of the annual premium. Call and g.'t  Ihe rate at your ago.  LEWIS BROS.  Financial, Real Estate, Insurance Agents  IlEVBLSTOKK.   Ii. C.  It AI L\V AY. TO TlIK NpiiTII  That a railway must be built to  connect-the-British 'Vukon with  tlie main- part of the Dominion is u  fore-gone conclusion. The fact that  the Alaskan, boundary award .deprives Canada of so-much (Joast  line1 gives point to the scheme.  Vancouver is advocating' the building of the railway from that city.  T.j our mind such a railway should  nut bo a mere, coast appendage but  should bo built in the interior, where  it will open up the country and do  most-good. Railways built along  tho coast line, competing" with  Witter carriage, are-an admitted failure. There are, three routes in the  interior by which such a. road could  be built with advantage. Theyaro:-  up ihe North Thompson valley, from  Kamloops; up tho Columbia, Canoe,  ���������Parsnip, Findlcy. Blackvvaicr and  Policy River valleys, from Revelstoke or by the same-valleys from  Golden. The Revelstoke route  would appear to be the best, as a  railway from this city could make  direct connections with the Grand  Trunk Pacific, C. P. R. and Great  Northern systems. Revelstokeseems  destined to' lie "the ^great railway  entre-pot. of British Columbia, and  it is by our citizens pulling together  in nialtors of this kind to urge the  claims of the city and district that  we can best succeed in realising for  Revelstoke the great future we believe it has. Lf steps are taken to  organise a chamber of commerce  this is one of the first matters to he  considered by that body.  WE MINES.  ,1 I   r  ���������The Cariboo, of Camp jMcL'inney,  bus hliut. down temporarily.'^  ��������� Tli������,I'roottM'-Fislilmrii coal lands,n>  IPn'irinore have been .sold for !pl-2.">,<)'l)0  to ,M. Hcutot.  Pir.st'-c-.lass binlhraeile has been  striiek in the Wellington Coal Con.-  pnnv \s mine on the Inland.  The tiranby Mines propose dt-volop-  mj; llic-ii' property by running a tun-  |,i'l four miles in ' length al a depth of  '101)0 I'I.   . "  'J'he I'oiiy Crook Cold lJieduiiiK Co.  iViis.beeu oi;giini.sod witli a capital of  $f)()0,OUO lo opoi'iile'on Perry, creek,  Knst IContenny.  The m'ooikI eleun-iip of tlie Kv-i  slump mill at Camborne has'resulted,  in Hi(i,.r)0l) of gold for the month/being  about the Mime a-������  the  October oleum  "l>-  The  Topic  says: , '"Work   is   being  pu.slibd by the Circal   Nortlioi'i) Co. on  both, tlie' Lucky   .lack   and'   .Swede  ���������        't  groups.    Sliiptnent.s  vvill   be, iniide to  the company'!, mill at Gaiuhnrno1 from  time lo time until the plant is installed at, Poplar. Assays from the Swede  group give values of !}i'21(i .for the width,  of the-1-foot It-ail."  The run of the Xort liwestern mill  at Camborne resulted in a gold brick  worth !ti-2,r>00 from 17f)' tons of (juart'/,.  A. T. Voglor has been appointed iinin.-i-  ger of.lhe'min iindoi- the new comp.-iny  being oiganiseil liy A. K.'Roseiibergcr,  and linn let to Ci. Young and .1. I'oivofs  11 'contract of 50fr, e.xtension'of the tunnel begun by the Into malinger. l'\  IPackwell. ' '" ,' ',  Kopurts coming iu from Camborne  indicate'Fiidi creek is likely to prove  the leading free-gold camp of, the province. ...During 'the past inpiitli tlierO]  wore three stamp inills-wilhin a.radiu.s'  ot two liiiles.turning out, gold bricks.  Tho results of the milling show good  average values of tlie.se ores though  they have ' not pioduced anything  sensational. A camp that produces  steady runs of payable ores, even if,"of  comparatively low values is. the best,  kind of a gold camp, and wc -.\poot to  see at, Camborne 'during the, coining  spring 11,revival of the activity sbcnv 11  in tho'eninp in the early part of this  'year, for ' practical results appear  amply to justify it. The resources ol  the Fish'creek camp are us"yet barely  known und there is a vast lielcl there  for the work of the prospector.  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL '  'Mrs. II. Dnvjs is on a visit to her  brother, Rev. It. .1. ,U.;I utyr', o  S melon.  'Miss K U. Hobbs has rcsigneil her  nosilion at Trail school lo lake a  position in the' K0vel.st.1ki' schools al  New Year.  Mr. and Mrs.G. \V, Walh-y. ..f Ingei-  soll,'Ont.., who' wore vi-it ing''Mrs. G.  M. I'd.irk, anil then went to ^'.' friends  iu .Nelson, left for li.itje and fiom  there will go, honie aftei spending  Cbri-itnuis. ���������  A. MclMiail, foiineily of iln- Do-  mini.ui ,_l-j.\'piv,ss s-tiilV her.-, has been  Ir.iiihferrcd lo ch-.rgo'of cur on the  Okiiiiagan line. IJuring bis sinv ben-  Mr. Mc.l'hail heoanic n gi-iic'ral favorite  , -��������� 1  by   bis   cnurles.v   and   nitenliou.     I'b  Knot has taken his place hi".-.'.  An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off  j l"Soine time ago my daughter caught  a severe cold. She c-oinpl.lined of pains  in her ehe.s-t, and hud u -,h.id cough.'  I gave her Chamber liiin'siCuugh'Remedy according to diieetion and in two  days she-vvas well and able to go lo  school. 1 have used this remedy in  my family for the p-ist seven year-  arid have never known it. to fail,"  &ays James Pivndei-ga.st, merchiuil  Anniilo Bay, i.J.itiiiiicu, \V7est India  Isliimls. The pains in thei-liesl indicated an approaching attack of pneumonia, which in this instance was  undoubtedly warded off by Ch.iinbei-  lain's CuiiRh" Remedy, ll couhtei-.-icts  any tendency of 11 cold inward pneti-  inonia.       For   sale .by all   diuggiots-  LABOR'S CALL.     ���������  The early closing movement is taking fast hold in the east. ' Even UieT.  Eaton Company's department stores,  factories and   workshop?   of   Toronto''  ,A Noted Horseman's E\p:rhnce.  Mr,'" Antoine ' Wendling,   owner ..I  Deveras 211.1,, ami   propi'iclor   of   tin  Cliflon House, Ih-oc-kville,.says no lini  nieiit   obinpnres   with    Nervilinc   foi  general, use  11 round   the  stalilo. , For  xirniiis,   hpriiiiis,,   swellings,' iiilermil  pains iind especially   for   atVcotions of  the whril bone Norvilineis inieipialled.  Mr. ' W'ondling   believes Xerviinio   is  indispensable   as' a   Irirsc   linimont;  it has strongb. penetrating  power and  thoroughly ,euros.    Every* I101 .-0 -and  slock . owner, should   n-se     Nei vilinc.  Sold tin liirgo iilo. hollies.  RAIL AND STEAMER.'  1   .        " _,  C. II. Hines; C. I'/'lt. elc.dric-al  'engineer, has arranged lo light 1 lie 0.  l'!"IL moimtiiiii hotels by electricity.  Nelson is after the C. P. It. on account, of the 'discriminating Ireigbt  i.-iles..' Yet Nelson' is niuob botier.olV  is legards freight nilos , t ban ' Revcl-  stoke. ���������    ' -      '       ,  l. ' I'l-iiiting Oi'|)iii'liii.-iit, is' i-cptippt'd  with Ihe Int.-st, .-ind b.'St, iii.ieliini'i v.  and a lai'ge assort ni.-iil of Insbiuniilile  I vpe faces. Wi- solicii ind.-i-M for all  kinds of luinting���������no job being too  large nod none I" sin.ill, Cii'i'flll al-  h-uliiiti'is given nil .vol-1., and satisfne-  lioii guai-anli-eil. A l.-ul order vvill  convince vou ill-.I il pay-i l" have your  piinliii'.t .Inin- nl. Ih.'   Kiioienay  Mail  1,lllcc.   H-> '-1st.���������!.���������-.  The best and safest way  lo    Keep     Baby's    skin  healthy is lo use only ���������  1  Pure,   Diiinly,   Delicate.  Beware  of  Imitations.  AlBERT TOILET SOAP CO ,  Hfrs.   MONTREAL  fr  BOILERS,  '.' ENQiNES,  Saw. Mill Machinery  Wood Working'Machinery  Machinery for all purposes  "All of very best, makes.  TVheilsqn & 00,  C02 ll.-.ln St., V/lnnlpos,  No. 15A.F. &A.fli.  Tberettiilai-iiiet'tlnics  aie lie-Id in tlie 11.Isolde Temple,, Odd  KellovvK Hull, on llit-  tliu-tl Monday in  e.ieb nioiitb ills p.m.  VIsitiiiK > liretbreii  eoulialb welcomed  It: ClORDON   Srour.i'AUV.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  jMcets 0VT17* Tne'd.iv  ������^        ������a.n-^������.    ovening     111   Se-lkiiK  Wl~-~   tffiftl^^S. Hall     at'   S    o'clock.  kVisltinK lii-cllncii cor  "rtliilly   InvlU-il   to  ill-  leml. ....  T   HAls. N.O.".      "   ' .1. MA'1'IIIK.Hie.  "   . CHURCHES.  viirriioiiiKT.    ' i-  Iii.slead of giving'a1 Christmas tree  this'-yoar tlie  Sunday  school children  will bo treated to  a  sleigh party with  a s icial afterwards.     t  '   $1,000 for' An Idea.,  , lloro is a ebilnce for our reudois. To  any person,who can suggest premiums  that cun bo adopted and will piuvc  more,popular'and greater vitltio than  the two pictures, "Heart JJroken" and  ������������������Hard to Clioose," and thcfiuick refer;  enco coloured ,map of the Dominion  with enlarged maps of this province,  whicli arc thfs your given witli The  Family. Herald and Weekly Star of  Montreal, the publishers of that groat  Weekly will pay one thousand dollars.  This year's pi em iu ins uro certainly 1111-  ine.nse value, and will be haul to surpass. However, (hero is $1,000 waiting'for any'one who can improve on  them.  THIS IS NOT EGOTISM:  We'believe, wc know' our'business.  Our business is to help you (In yoni  business. We supply up-to-date bnsi-  neiis means and met hods. ��������� money-  saving devices anil how to use the'iri. -  '    TliNOWELL  LOOSH-LISAl-- l.I-MlflUR. '  Loose Leaf''Files and Ledgers with  filiiiKS, specially niled, printed, pel tor-  nted  and  punched to suit,-any style ol  hinder.' 1 , ,  .   -(j '    ..  TKN'OWISLT, TIH.NS1.-KII   TILK.  Kootenay'Mail Publishing Co. Limited,  REVKLSTO   IS,  B. (J.  will close   at   5  fiom  the n.-w  -  When you need Physic  Get a box ot the old reliable Dr.  Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and  Butternut, which ioo-.ens the bowels  without causing griping pains. No  remedv L- half s-o sti&isi.ictory j>. Dr.  Utunilfcoii's pills-    Piic   -:'c-  p. ni  1 1  vear. ',_.. j  ^ .   , i  The Citizens Inclustrial   .\.-sr,ciation ]  of'America lias  declared   war on   thc_  labor   unions, declaring   fur   an   open j  shop,   no    sympathetic    strikes.     n.r|  restriction    in    the,   niinil������'T   of   :t| -1  prentices and output, and the enforce-1  mi-iH of tiie law.    , I  ZIbe 1kootena\> fIDail  SATLRDAY, I) EC EM 111  '.Hi:!  The McBride (icvernment i- now  admitti.'d to be an aggregation of  incapable?. They liave increu'-ed  taxes '25 to 75 per cent and with  this vastly increased revenue they  still expect a delicil of .*7Of).000 I his  year. This province wants capable  men at the helm more now than  ever.  LOCAL AND GENERAL.  The United Stales may boa=t of  being the land of liberty, but Unthinking man sees tyranny there 111  worse form than in Russia. Owing  to labor troubles Cripple Creek i.-  under martial law and even the  press is prohibited publishing the  truth or anything elae disla.-teful to  the authorities.  The next reform Sir William Mu-  lock, Posl-Master-General, should  introduce is the adoption in Canada  of the British Parcel-Post system.  .The charges levied by the express  companies   on   parcels   above the  Two casual ties were   received at the (  hospital this week, an employee of the 1  Uarboi- Lumber Co. at Cimp I having J  bad his skull   fractured,   and   a' man '  from Naktisp   with   a   big   toe split in  two hy a cut   from   an   axe.    On ,-miii  day night an operation pn-upp.'itdicitis  wo-,  siieces-fiillv    peifiii'iiicl   nn 11 case  fi011) Arrowhead  If ltYvol.-r.ike miiihei's were like one  in T1111I Piincipal Miller, of tin- city  -eliiiiil, would not have much trouble  m itiiimlaiiiiiig discipline. f>.1 Ha.Ily behave .1 pupil- would know they would  Iind 1,1, sympathy at li'-mo Th" New-)  i.rys 11 mother there wiote the Trail  principal 11- follow- "-^ur, you writ  nieiihoiit. whipping .".ninny. I boicby  I'ive you [if-riui-'sioii to bent him up  isiiy time il is nefossary to le-iirn him  lrisons. He is just like bis mther���������  vou have to learn him with .1 club.  Pound nolcdg.' into him. I want him  to got il. and don't pay no attention  to what his futher says, I'll handle  him."  Gained Forty Pounds in Thirty Days.  K01 <eveial months ciirr- younger bi littler had been troubled with indigesl ion  He tried several remedies but g"l uo  benefit from tlieiri. We piuchiiscd soin-  of Chamberlain's Stomach arid Liver  Tablets and lie commenced taking  them. Inside of Uurty days be had  gained forty pounds of flesh. Hers  now fully recovered. VVu. bviur good  trade 011 the Tablets,-llolley Bros..  Merchants, Long Branch Mo. tor  sale by all druKB������t8-  ".-. .xx&  WHO  CANNOT  BE CLK  n-ick^.l ttti bv t.vt-r a Ibinl .,t   1 fit   11--  of r.-m.irkalilr a.,.t  tlnifoiin cur.      1',   ������.:���������  st-i b as nn ..iln r r i.ndv  f i lb.   ... ,..-  ami   we-ekn.-si's   p.-cti 11 ir to w.iih \-  ���������-  flO.iin.'.l,   tti"   prfipnt'tors   ari.l   in i~  ���������  Ui    I'l'TCe s I-'avoirte Prescnpticin nr.u U  fully v arr tilted  in ofTeri'ie It   pay ������=.'j  le-^.il m-iiify of tin- T.'nitttl Sl.i'.t-v f. ���������   .-  cast-   of    I.t-norrhe .     Fruial'    Wfii.,;- -  Prolapsus, or I-'.tl|in? nf Wmnb  -.- In*- >i :!-.  catinvt  cure      j\1I   tlic-y 3sis   js a  fur  ^  re.isruiabl'' trial of tbt-ir ttic-tn^ of r,nr-  "I wi'ii y.fiy.iX sufTr^t-r for -.iv vir. n 11    a.  tort-d alt tie* ln-ie ttitli a niiinbf-. rf pi      M>,t  but  did  not   rerrive  any  brnrfit " ,v-. .      v   -  C.f-OTgi-  SOJfd'-.l.  of   f������1.    ItniHl.-l   Sfr^'l    s.i������|.|   w  {Soiillil, Mtcl.l^ln     "I li.i.I flv-n iij, ���������!' li ,;...,!  *vrr K'Ui'.fC b^lti���������    'I'h'n.iflit Iwnuld ^-ite ���������.  yot.      VV lit n  t r.rttvci!  your  Irttrr I. Hi, ^  -   ���������  wli.tt to do I ro.ittnriicc.l !o t ikr \i,iir   I rm  Pr''-.(-rip*.i.,.i ' nnd   follriw \nnr nd'irf     I   n     ,  takrn  t.'t-   bottles in all   also five   till* . r .  ' PlcisnilL relicts'    j\.n  now r^mtl.ir ,.I-m   I    ,  in^ mis-ted two years nnd tiifr.:rcd tvith jinn m,  til,. Jit nd and tinrjc     I was vo nrrvo.i. tould   101  cat  or Hli-ep      rtow  J can  llinnk   yuu   for   .in  re.miry "  Don't ht-sitittc to write to I)r R V Pp ������������������  cliu-f consiiltitit? physician to the fnv 1!  Hotel and .Snrifii-al Itistitul.- al Iii '.������������������<.  N.Y., if you want (food medical iidvitt In.111  a fully qualified physician at to your per  sonal (food health. .Such letters, are always  answered free of charge and confidentially  A medicine which lias outsold all otli. rs  foi women in the past third of a  century and bebiK recommended b.v all  thosr who have used it, is a t;ood re-nntly  to tie to. Dr. Tierce's I-'avonte f'resenp-  tirm in ptircly vegetable antl docs not contain a particle of alcohol to destroy the  blood corpuscles and weaken Hie-system..  Do not permit the dealer to insult youb  intcllifjcnce by nugurstinp- sorrre other compound which he rr.rommends as "just u  good," becautq he stakes ii lilmgelf.  The Victoria Cross  For Valor In Ten Colors  V I  Weekly Mail and Empire  For News-  -24 Pages  THE picture shown is one dear to every man, woman,  boy and girl, on account of its meaning���������" The Victoria Cross," given for conspicuous bravery. If only  the soil of South Africa could voice the deeds performed  upon it, how many Victoria Crosses would have been  found to have been earned by Canada's sons! It is  hard in the heat of action to notice every act of valor, and  therefore only those which take place under the eye of  superiors of sufficient rank can be noted.  The picture shows one of sucn deeds Two troopers are  closely pressed by the enemy. The horse of one is hit.  Under the withering fire, the man whose mount is unharmed  halts, and, risking everything, waits to get his comrade safely  mounted behind him and carry him back to the Canadian  lines ft is a desperate deed, and one often performed but  seldom noticed. When, however, such an act is seen, the  reward dear to soldiers' hearts above every other is the  result.  This picture is from the brush of Mr. W. B. Wollen, an  artist famed for his war pictures, one whose work appears in  all the leading illustrated periodicals of the Empire. It is a  forceful subject from the hand of a strong man.  The Mail and  Empire  has obtained the exclusive right for this picture in Canada.  It is a perfect ten-color reproduction, and will be given FI^EE  to readers under the fo'lowing conditions: ���������  With The Weekly Mail and Empire  New and old lubvribcri may secure one copr of the ArtogriTirre on ordering  ONE YEAR'S subscription, piyvble in advance, mailed to an; address in  Canada, Great Britain or United States tor $1.00.  For samples of paper and further particulars, write to���������  CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT,  "���������'���������.    MAIL AND EMPIRE,  TORONTO.  H. B. ST0NEX,  MACHINIST'AND, GUNSMITH,.  Opposil" ,1'enli-al Hotel, llov.lstok.,. -  Lai In- it 1..1   (.'"iiernl .Machine Work       1 V     {|  ',  I" |illv '    I'.V.'I'lll.'ll. ��������� ...  ' . SAMSON,, 6c PAULSON*  ,  P.!iiiteps,Papei'liiiiigorsiSioiiwpiters;  '-     ICALROMININO   DONIC.  Oiilnrsi   ������������������������������������lve pioiiiptJal'l.'nlion.  S..i-inid  sir.'.  RRVULKTOKR  ���������TET  THE. OWL ,���������y  ICitnt of MoIhoiih liauk -,    -       Kevelstoke.  For your meals.1 Opeii day and iii^bl.  Menl.s 2.")i: antl lipwaid. ' Special weekly  rates.    Good m*i v n-e iruai-iinli-ed.  f       YOIX) KU.IIli Pi-opi i.-Uir.  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal ol  Minerals on Dominion LftndB In Manl-  , totoa. tho Northwest Territories and  ' tho Yukon Territory. ' _ ���������  , C.'nal.���������Cunt lniulH limy he piii-clinse'd at  Jill |.ei- iioi'u for son coal and fill! lor an-  lliraelto, Not more) than'320 uer-ua ,uiin  lie tieuulreil by ".no- Individual or company. Itoyuliy ut llio rate ot IuikcciiIh  per'tun til 2,0110 pounds'hIiiiII liu collected  on llie yio.sa output. '���������      '    '  Qiiiiiu.-J't'i.siin.s or-ciKlilcon year.s and  over and Joint .stock ci.mpiinli'.s lioldhnr  free mliii-i'.s cei'lificiiics may obtain ciiJi-y  for a minim; location. *  A liee mlnoi-u cei-tlllentu l.s cm nted for.  one or more yt-ttta, not excee'ellnir live, upon piivnionl In advance of-t'i'.riU per annum for tin individual, nnd irom S.iO lo  iJIUO ].er annum I'oi- .1 ooiiipany, iicu.ii'tlliiB  to capital. - , ���������  A lice miner having illnci.voied mineral  in place, may locale a claim lfiOOxiritW lout  by ninrkliiy out tlie hiimo with two le-gal  poslb, be-to Iny loealloii noliues, one at  oacb end on llie line of the- lode or vein,  "'file claim .shall be 1 et'orilOtl within lil-  Icen .lavs ll' loeateil within ten miles ol a  milium ' 1 cent tier's ullice, one. iicldiliuniil  day allowc-il nn evi-iy additional ton  miles or Unction. Tliu' lee lor leoonJIiiH  a  claim is ?j. ���������  Al least ^.luO.inu.sL lie expended on tlie  claim each vein or- paid lo lliu'mlnliiK recorder in lieu llieieol. When ?!>00 has been  twpuinleel or paid, the loc.ii.n may, upon  Ir.ivuiK n siirvt-v inatle.-aad upon comply.  Iijb with .oilier 'loiiulieine'iil.s, piuelmte  tlie land at $1.00 nn ucio.     '        ",   O  Peimlbsiuu may be granted by the .Minister of the Intel lot- to locate claims,  containing iron and mien,' alfco copper, in  tho Vulcon'Torritoiy, 01 an nie-ii not ex-  ceeeluiB  ItO  tieies. ' '  'J'he pnienl l'or'a inluiiiif location .shall  piovitle lor the payment ol loyally on the  salohniol excecduie; live pel  cenl.  Placer jMlning, Manitoba iind^the IS.W.  T., exceptinu ihe yukon 'J'ci ritory.���������  IMacer miriliisi claims generally are l.W  loot .stiuare; entry lee, ?5, renewable  yeariv. Oir the North Saskatchewan  lUvercluInib. tor eiilier bar or bench," llie  lormer beinrr 100 le-l lonif and exlendlim  between hlgli and low waler mark. The  latter includes bar dlggingD, bin extends  buck to tlie base ol 111c lull or bank, out  ,not excecdint; 1,000 feet. WI1010 .steam  power is used,' claims' 200 feet wide may  be  obtained. ���������     *  Dioclfa'ins in the rlveis ot Manitoba  bind tlie N. VV. T., exceptine; the 1'iikon  Tei ritory .���������A lroe miner may obtain otilj  lwo-leai=es_oi: live miles e-.icli lor1 il tetin  of twenty year;,, lencwable In the discretion of tliu Minister of the Inteilor."  , The lessee's 1 Ight Is eonlined to the sub-  nieiscd beds or bars, ol'the liver below  low water nuiik, and subjecl to .the nidus,,  ol all poisons who Have, or who may receive entries lor .bat diegluBs or bench  claims, except' on the . Saskatchewan  Itlvet, wlieiu the lessee "may tlietlt'O lo  Idyll water maik on ouch alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall-have a diedge In operation within one season 110111 Die dale ot  the lease lor each live miles, but wheie  a pet son or company has obtained moie  than one lease one dredge for. each tit-  loan miles or tracuon is sulileiuril.  Itental, $10 per annum lor each mile of  river leased. Itoyaity al Hie late of two  and a hall per cent collected on the output itlier 11 exceeds S10.000.    ,  Dieilging in ihe I'ukoii Territory.���������Six  leases ol live miles each may be grained  'to a fiee nuiici't lor a term of twom*  ye.tis, also renewable.  The lessee's ngiu Is eonlined to the  submerged bed 01 bais,ln trie river below low Witter mark, lhat boundary lo  bo tixed by lis position on ihe 1st day 01  Atigusi 111 tlie year ol the date ol the  lease.  'J'liu lessee shall have one dredge In op-  cr.illon -within iwo iettis Horn ihe dtue  ol the lease, and one diedge lor eaeit  live miles within six yeais fiom such  date, lleutal, ?luospor mile l'or the'ilrsi  j ear, and ?10 per mile for each subsequent j ear. Kojally, same .is placer 111111-  nig.  1-l.icer Mining in tlie Yukon Territory.  ���������Creek, nver .gurclt and lull claims snail  not exceed &0 loot 111 lengtn, ' measui ed  on the base line or general dliecnon 01  tlni cieek 01 gulch, tlie width being Horn  1,000 lo 2,000 reel. All othe'r placer claims  shall be J00 leet snuaie.  Claims .tie ni.tikeU l)> two .legal posts,  one ill each end, Ue-tu ing notices. 11:11 Ll >  must-be ootitined within leu tlajs, IL lne  claim is within leu miles of mining le-  cottlers olllce. One exl.a day aiiow'stl  for  t-.tcli aeiciilional ten mnes or irtiction.  Tho person or company staking u claim  must liold a nee litiners certuleaie.  'J no eliscovoicr 01 a new'niine Is entitled  lei .1 claim Ol 1,000 leel In length, and 11  Hie puny consists. 01 iwo, r.wio leet ailo-  geilior, on too output of winch no royally  shall Ot; elittigeti, me iest 01 llie pai ii  ordinaly claims onlj.  l^nny lee, W" J loyalty at the rate ol  two and ono-liiilt pe-r eunt on tlie value  ot the gold shipped irom the i'ukoii Tei-  ntoiy  10  bo  piu.1   lo  the Comptroller.  Nu lieu iiune'i- sli.tll leeerve a giant 01  moie Ll1u.11 one- mining claim on each sep-  ui.ne river, cicek 01 gulch, bin tlie same  miner may nolo any iitiinoe-r of claims  by put-cii.tso, mid nee iniiiei.s may wont  their claims In purinersiiip b> tiling  iiuiice itnu pitying leu or *i. A claim m.ij  bo ulj.'iiiiloi.eti, nut! anotiier obtained on  tin: same eieeu, guieli or uvea, uy giving  notice  anil   paynnf  a  lee.  Work must he none ...1 a claim cash  j ear In  niu value OL al   lensL ?J00.  A Cei llllc.ile mat work has oeen doiie  nitist tie ounuiictl eae-li year; if not, ine  claim shall be deemed 10 be auandoneti,  1111,1 ope-ii 10 occupation and enliy by it  lieu miner.  Tliu boundaries of tt claim may be tie-  lined ituso.uiuiy l>y liavnu; a surv'uj  madu and puoiishiiiu nuiiccs in the yukun  Olllcial  Ciazeuu.  liyuiuuiiu jvlining, Vukon Terrllorv.���������  J^oeaiioiis stili.toie lor hytiratilie miiili.u,  liuvlng a irontttgu 01 110m one lo livs  miles, and a depth ol 0110 mile or mote,  may uo leased lor twenty ye.ua, proviueu  lhu gioiind lias been piospoclc-(i by lue  uppiieaiil oi- Ins agent; is round 10 ue un-  .suitable lorl-piacet mining; and uoes noi  Include within Us bouiida. .ea any mining  claims alie.tuy gianted. A rciital ot Uju  lot each mile or 11 outage, and loya.iy at  the Idle ol two and oiie-nitlr per cent un  (lie v.iiue tif the gold shippou tiom lne  Tci.lto.y a.e cii.i.geu. upe-i.tllons im.Si  be coiimieneed win.... one J ear irom His-  datu ol the lease, and not less than *j,.,0u  must ue expended annually. Tliu luaue-  excludes nil uat,u nieiais, uuartz and coal,  and p.ovldcs tor llie wltlidiavva! of unop-  eialetl land lor ag.leultuial or ouridirig  |iui poses.  I'etroleum.���������All umippioprialcd Dominion Lands in jVlanuoua, ihe iNoriii-we-sl  Tun iter res and within the fc'ukon Terii-  toiy are oijuii to piospeeling lor putioleum, and the nilnislci may reserve toi  un individual or company having machine! y 011 the land to be piospected,  an uiea of WO acres. Should the prospector discover oil in paying quantities,  and satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area, not exceeding WO ucies, including the oil well and sucli other land  as may bo detei mined, will bo sold to  the diseoveier at the rate of tt.00 an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate as  may be specllied by order-ln-council.  Department of the Interior. Ottawa,  Sept., 1903.  JAMES A. SMART  Deputy of the Minister or the Interior.  EVENING CLASSES  SHORTHAND  Waller Miinrn, of'lbis ciiy, W now ,  iii'ViiuisdiiK nil, evening class for 11' ,  thorough and complete sindy of llie.  above Mibjecl. If'ynii would lii-ciiinc ,  11 i'i expert in the pitifcssion of Sten  ntii-aphy e'l.i'till now. ,   ,        ,'  ��������� ,  For'' 1 nrther   pailicnhirs   ripply   by,   -  letlcr." ,;   ', ..<.'_...  ,    ���������   ',.WALTER. MUNRO.  ,  ,        Jt'evel.sll.ke,   IJ.'O.  P.-' , ���������*-  LEABN TELEGRAPHY  ���������   .       ''  ~���������7,���������,  '.,  We  have jie-i auatle arrantre-  1..' ' nienls In Iiiiv>'-i  Telegraph I)e-   .  pai I incut vvliii i> will   he under  the I'lersoiuil su, er-vision of nn    P  expert vvbo'ha.s liad expel ience     '  '   in all kinds ol leleKiapbiiiK iind    )  '.  lelepboiiinn work,' '. ,'  "It" will pay .you In vvrile l'<ir terms.'  Vancouver Business College, Ltd.  Box ."il't.        VANCOUVER,', B.C.  INCORPORATED TORONTO   SlRj- *    BOYD,  1888.     - ;     _ J������������-. . PBCilOtTliT'.  DR. EDWARD FISHER", Musical Director  The . Eest .Equipment' and    Facilities  and Strongest. Faculty in'Canada.  AitlioroiiKlily artistic and finished   ' ?'  .      MUSICAL KUUCATION., .   a  '"  ' Local Center JCxamln.'itions held every sum  mer in  Manitoba,  Northwest Territories and 1  Uritisli Columbia.    '  , ''"si ' '     -     I,     ,  School of   Literature -and 'Expression  0 - - ���������     \  Mrs. Incx Nicholsoii'.Cutter. Principal.        ,,  "Knll Kacnlty. <All brtuiclios tatiglit.-',f-  ...   , /  .      1 ._        js     .       I   ,  *������'CAI.,KNDARS   AND, SYLLABUS   KKKK  Wlici/wriUnu'iilciisoniention'The Mail.  KURTZ&CO'S.CieARS  "The Best on .the Market.  KURTZ'S OWN   '  .    KURTZ'S PIONEER  KURTZ'S SPANISH BLOSSOM  are Brands that can't he beatpn.  MADE BY UNION LABOR.  COAL!   COAL!  J. O. Hutchison has' arranged for a  hiitfe supply of Gault Coal.  Orders left at. W. M. Lawrence's or  R. M. Smythe's wilL have prompt attention. "     s '  WOOD YARD  I biive started 11 permanent Wood  Yard on Third street. With my past  experience I hope to belin a position  to satisfy all requirements of custom,  eras. , Mill and cord wood supplied in  any lengths nt reduced prices for ensh-  R. SAMSON.  Halcyon Hot Springs  ^fanitarixim.  mill? MEDICAL WATERS of Hiil-  JL i-yon aie the most curative in the  world. 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The G5 ii.ii.tsium  litis  Curve! Mnny n
I     ' Case of IJjsiierisia. 1
, William II. Evarts used to boast that
he had never even'looked nity a gym-
nasiurn, vyhie-h vvas his way of saying
that in bis opinion gymnastics wore all
nonsense. ''People say to me, '31 r.
Evarts, you'ie halo and hourly when
you ought' to be thinking "of your
"" grave,' and they wonder bow I do ri."
Of course the seeiol of tho bale-uess
'and'tlie heartiness was temperance���
, moderation, says Uie New Yoilc Sews.
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I        -      I-   '       (��� .      , t   .   , ',       ' "     "       .
_ I-jiihtei ii  Ijiherals nicpiiildiuu t<> .hen
- pl.itftiiin ''the! miiiifte'nanci'of  I!iili-h
. ^Connection." ' ,<     -^".   p
It is stated  tho  government 'intend
, pushing the const!llctlou of  it railway
.' 'fi0111 the Coast to Kobteuay.   b     1    ',
'bb   The adniiiiistratioli'uf," thi'-'Liiiii iei
"'government lias lesulletl in. ihe-iediir,-
,\ tion of- the" niitional-ilehlHioiii $.1.) till
'Ao 146 per head.   J~P \~ If,   ' ^    '<
,L   .Thelniiiistei of linai.ee admits that
i    P    -    >     j j    "-'1     . ~ 4\     '   ' ,r,
' there w-i'lpea provincial ilelicit ol ovei t
' ^700'000111 the eml of thq ouriVnr ye.11
J-^v-i'    v rl    _    D.   .if,       /,,    ,   '. ..     J, 1    'P
'    R. L. Bin den the Consul vatne loidei-
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Mins w.nned1 the western, leaders of the
'I   I",    1 r , ' P"    . r���, .    ��/,,''
". ,   '. party to ye!  toady Joi.phe coming Do ,,
,���Al '    .pinniiiou'elections.. ..  b\   -p-ili.!" b.
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-' " The.  goveinment  .tilpcl.   nothing
,      about the East  Kootenav ooaLand oil
lands till May 1st when the-y will iicng-
f   bu^o nil iindisputecPloeatioiia    rt-> r
' <-   'A couteinpora.yviumaiks uf.llre Me-
t    Bridcgovei nmont:���"That, ajfiutelli-
A'gen't^fitviple should'boAfHictod with a*
government of'such  incompetency  is
,' nothing shoit of inoedtble"." t   v ' p>  .
���-, Tlie,Jte)3sliind Miner sa>>,%���It is ba-
* " coming moreancl more evident that the
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btwo socialists,in the leirisl.itfve'iiasom-
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"_ * they dobf sound tinuiiuitil'inei hods'  ��f
- -*uaOf the Mo'lJiide^policy^the^Tiibune
sliocking/slalc nf(> nlVnifs ll is bad
enough to be I old thjit'the ilelicit s since
LS!)2 atrgif-.11 ...^ODlUmO: lhat t"ln,'!t>
is a edloss'l oveulni'ft ,of '$2,0110 O'lO. 11
the pivsi-'itj.ii'.iii-] that'iiif)ii ilici * 1 n I ��� r-
lityi-tif'.1��:lt)l) (11)0 foi 'inteiest^is djie in'
London withi'irtho ne\t low dnv.s, but
,\v bat.i)sli.ill  we sav when   wo< liud"l'lu<(
.'ovornnieiit "id uitt ing a'still  I'uilbei
i . >��� \     ,
delic.it ol ovei $7.li),()i)0 foi_ the utu unit
ye.11, 111 sjiite oi its
amp its -niuch-v.muted
fo the assessment  ict '���;
lion-cl
'0,111
ainentlinoiits
Minei "
Ap ' ?NEW"'PATENTS?
,Row land Hi ill mi,,!' itent
_ Utnrney
,VaiiC!(.uvei, lenoi ls,6.l *    \��   1'ioiiK-  ol
Vancouvip ii-c('ivr-ii_uhis.wi'i-k 1    Cui-
.... ' 1 r
adian r.neiii on his nniiiov ed linoivi
aiid buckwheat dikes and then .spends,
_, 1 * ,
I uiost'of'the dnj'twisting fiom one side
offn desk" to the other'can, long avoid
I the' prescription of hot water fhi'ice a(
day before meals. "Temperance"' is
one ot the vvouls tlint,nie'iidiciiled un
til they impress thenisplv os up.iti pdd.r
liuiiiiiulty with the e-lic-et ol__a bi-iindiug
iron. <   " f ���   ' ,     -i
Some happy mortals like .Mr.' Dvarls
have no use for" a gym nasi urn. for Uicy"
(Ind gymnastic 11pp.tr.ilin everywlicre-.
The slieet is their hall- ifdle ti.ielc; the-
two IlighlSi of stop-*���or. maybe'" ten
tligbts���n"i�� the'' lung (ievolnpci-s; the
free .(nd vlsoious swing of'the 111 ins
and (he thiovvlni! out of thebhe-jt aro
as guud .is p n.tlk'l 1 bars -/ ,
'.There ait1 ljien sonio'v, hat inlomper-
ate in their tcinpeiiiiiee.'displaying loo
much ol the good thing They craeU
your knuckles'w hen ,tbc.v take yoti/bj;
tlic'li.ind; tlie-.. pumicl yuti oil'the back,
'as il .1 lishbonc v.!"i c stutL in .vonr
tino.it, and 'sa.v, ��� !.;,!cs-, up, old ,111.111,
you'lhbe louud/shijiiklei-ecl' It vou don't
take^cat-e." ,*, ,' , ,r t A ,
~ But'therc is this to be said in l.ivor
'optliepg.VMnniisiiiifi���u has cured ninny,
a (.vise oljl.v.sjje-p's'r.p.i'iid to that extent
has made1 the-"vvoi-id sweeter - ' ""
DOING "A GREAT"DEED,
How  Phillips  Itl'iio'.ss  So)>e!-e'(l   ��!>v.'>i
tl  Too /Vss.Il'it.K:  Vi.tiill. ,"    *
, JYlicu 11oston%,grL'.U_pif'.icl,ei,4'PhiL
lips tliooks.rw,is a stiid.-nf ,.l college,
lie decided lo e'nlei,.tht' mnnstij.i El-,
inipyi'ir'  nfii'l'-   nistriitlois  advised   luni   .rg.nmt   tlfis
nic/antl Ndesiilrnccl to iutei po-e  r!k-.���l brsll'l'   because ,oY   an   impediment    111
,   .     1   1   1,   '     ,        *   J'     .,,      ���    \< 1 ,     speech'   "The. piolessois   h,id  all   the
bottvecn.eyoivp,,,^ t.f     nhm - u In. b,  al.gllmolU 011^,ei, Js,de." said tlA la-
n the teehnicil - tei 111 ^ applied    to tl e   mous^ clergyman je.iis alter when by
east'line of tj p(.Jwliicb ctncspi.   11 one   patient effort he had gamed eonltol oU
Minotvpe'' in riiacliineaol *"tliis   .-I i-s,7 *lli<i  ^0lt��.  "!���>"-  naluially   tAould  not
*    '   -       '        s   -       ...-." P--p ^ptotest. for words tailed me." _     ),r
''"   '  (To this pieaehpi'.'s study'theie came
one,_dny a'( youth,  physicallyl perloct,
'which   Jowei b one'"'is * ibi'tom it leaHv -ambitious foi,'honor, aud looking1 fbi a
'("    ".      "      ' A,    -,-'������ "P..,   'b^
.leader*  .Tins-device foi ins ,'in < .ifo n-h-
, ^ , . i.. i ���
niijut to the (iirlin n v
The device, is   c-cheinely ^ ..iiuph-
comprises).! nine; 1/1110   ol1'lcids   hmii
pushed out hj\_ the, ivtli'iiical .niii-i--
inent of Hie ine-ta'ljiot' ind I ilL tb-oupb
a hopper' ..nl chute which nis.jijs
it "in the chase altei nalclv/willi the
ue/ disch.nged 11 urn
f shot t cut "up" the ron'd to success""' He
SLU tS}��.
''slug,    as   sncli
if says --ThojLjber.il-Oo.ije.Vjjtives, by j the -���,,���,,,, ktliiea- ,rft0I   i,,.,,,,,^:,,,,
stippoiting the bill, aieMfoiced.to^ad-; iT,je in\e l0Pis '";,   m,fcll,���istA,.b t!,c-
mit the  plank ���'in'' their   olutforni   ie
,1       (,
..     _        -  _ _        ..L.j^ I _"       >      t-.
Preiiiier~McBiiclebha&-the  votes of
..taxiition'of 'theioutput Jfof   ninie's vv^as.
\'   -''intended to deceive."
���I'     l-r"
bbHawtlioriithwaiteand \Villiani"sfsocia-
t   jblis't menibeis7 in his pocket to'recoid
4 them ns he requires.    Where, cih w heie,
* has gene the honest 1 dependent vote
which our socialist fiiends have^been
* ��� ... .     -���
*crv ii g for?. ,  <    ��>'      N
<���'' it'iank Moberly C. E; writes:���"J am
a Coilseivalive, but I must sny\IVad-
'mire Sir Wilfred Lauriei's transconti
^ - i
nental railway policy, which is the act
of a broad-minded unci fearless statesman; and Lalso believe Mr."Sifton'has
K a better grasp of the needs, and of the
' enormous capabilities of the Northwest
than many of bis pieclecessors "
The opposition has practically 1*01 cod
the ^government   , to.   abandon    the
'" objectionable featuies .of  its taxation
policy.   The sections dealing with the
two per cent mineral tax   were stiuck
- out for a more equitable system of laving the  mining  indiistiy.    The   wild
"land tax pioposecl to  be  levied'on the
v lumber industry; has'been withdiawii
f     The' incomes'of  fanners,  mcic-hauts,
etc. tne to  be  exempt   from taxation
\vhere their property  is  alreadj taxed
.under the leal estate or  piopeity tax
The Statement of Finance Minister
Tatlow with regard to the financial condition of the piovmce reveals a tmly
staff of tlie Nuv-a'-Advoi tisei, which i~
itself; a's gn.nantcc' oL.tliR ,-pr.icl io .1
utilitv'of bis inVentibiA'   -j'. jj-PpV  '
"Tj
, Some time ago Iheie was'a notable'
automobile piocespioir in llre'cily of Buffalo, JT. Y. 11 vvas notable foi its si/e, and
also for- the fact that it veas enluely composed of automobile wagons (like lhat
111 the cut above),* built to distribute
the adveilisin.g liteialtue of Hit; Woild's
Dispensary Medical Associalion, piopii-
etors'aiid.mauiifactiu-eis of Dr 1'ieice's,
niedicines. In many (flown and village
Dr. rieiee's autoniobile has, been the
jrioueer horseless vehicle. These wagons, t
sent to, every important section of'the
couuti v, are doing, more than merely
'adverlfse Dr. Pieice's Ueincdies���they
aie pioneeis of progre.ss, lreialds of'the
automobile age.    ' ���,,(,��     '   '
' And this is 111 keeping with the record,
made by Dr. Pierce arid Ins famous pie-
p.uations, which .have always kepi in
the fio^l on their merits.' 'Dr. Pieice's^
Golden Medical Discove'iy is still 'the'
lending medicine foi cbsoiders and diseases of i\\z stomach antl drgeslive and
mitiilive systems, forl tho purifying of
the blood and healing of weak lungs.
Women place Dr.   Pierce's Favorite
Presciiption in'tbe front of all! put-up
inediciues'specially designed forvyoinen'sp
use.    The wide benefits tins medicine
lias brought to women have been well
summed up in the words "It wakes weak,
upmen strong''and sick women well."    '.
-"The reputation of Di .-Pieice's Pleas-'
ant Pellets as a safe and efJecLiv c,laxa-
tive fdi family rise*1 is international.* "~*   ',
1  II may be asserted without fear of contradiction tbatiro other firm for company
engngedpn the vending of'put-up uiedi-
cnies can rank with the Woild's Disperr-
,siry Jledical Associalion, either in the
opinion* oL the lne'dical piofcssion or of
-tlie intelligent .public.   ' The Invalids'
Hotel and'Suigical Institute,  winch is
'connected  with   the, "Woild's Dispen-
srrj,"',is alone sufficient to-piove this
supremacy. *  Ileie   is   a gic.it1 modern
,hospital,   always''filled   with   patients,
vvheie eveiy day successful operations
,aie peifornied'on ineu and women whose
diseases demand the aid of surgery.   No-
hospital 111 Buffalo is ,betler equipped,
Willi respect to its modern appliances,' or
the smgical ability of its staff   'Di  R. V.
Pieice, the chief consulting physician of
'this gieat institution, has associated with *
���himself   neatly a score (of '/physicians,
'each man being.a picked nfanpehosen
for bis ability 111 the treatment and cure
of some special form of 'disease.
The offer thai Dr.'.Pieice makes* to*
mei'i and women sinTerim*,-.'.ta^cliionic
diseases of a. fieef consult alio h by tetter;
is really without'a parallel. It places'
without cost or"charge ' the entire }re-
sources of a great medical institute at
the service of the sick. Such an offer is
,uot for.oue mouient to be confounded'
jvvitli thoseoffeisof "fiee,uicdicalaclvice"(;
winch are macle'bypeojjle who are"" not
'physicians, cannot audpo not practice'
BNRFS: HUeSEBIBS
���MY.j  \\ -
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���id.
Fruit and Ornamental Tress
<' fithodocleridrons? ,Roses,
Holland, French   "OTTT 1
'and Japan  ' ';��� A: .
KOI!  Ii'AIjL PLANTfNG.'
,'    ^ .    i- ' (
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds
) ALWAYK IN STOCK. "
I X tt
nTjCI lor Ball-, Weddtn^-
tO     ',���,(! Funerals.
Bee ^Hive's and 'Supplies;
-1"1. FERTILIZERS.
C'.ttaloguij Ji ee.    , ' n
���'MVJ., HENRY,   '.
Vvnco'uvuh, H. 0.'!   '     '
i>. S    "fii;c/ier""ori3:S..".Lardeau.'
0 ,    ,  ?��� u
' ItiliinuiK between Ano^lieitd, Ttionisoi^
Landing and Couiapliv, <.(iiiiineueiii|{ O.I. Hit.,
<l!lill. tvul itinl its lollows (wont lie) pel liulLiiiK) *
'Leave Aitowli.-.tib tor- 'I'luiinson's La'tidiiiK
���ind C'oiii.i|ili\" Lwlee dally nt, lukniuld'tok. t,
' Lt live Com.tphv and I'huni-onP Landing loi
Ai iow lieit.l twice ditilj at 7.10k. and \1 l-ik.   '
Making close connections   with' all C. P. It.
(.nun's and boats.       , , S    -   f
'The ownets reserve the light to clian e Uiik-s
ol sailings w-itlioia notleo.   ,
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Our new catalogue just completed contains   1568' illustrations,  all^ priced, -and
..more information than could"<fbe'gained in
? a week's shopping. <" Write   for a copy���;itA
' is fr<m to you.   -,T   r        <     -'     "',>.J- ,-, ,
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Chamberlifdii's
[e'lnedies.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
Fpt Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whoop.
Ing Cough.  Price 25 cents; large size 50c.
, Chamberlain's  Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy.., r *
x  For Bowel Complaints     Price 35 cents.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. -
An antiseptic liniment especullv valua-
Me for Cuts|"Bruises, Sprains...id Rheumatism.   Price 25 cents; large sue 50 cents!
1 lc   o.
Chamberlain's Stomach and'
^     ^    ^ Liver Tablets.
For1* Disorders of the Stomach, Liver
and Bowels.    Price 25 cents.
J-intiinatecUthrLho wished to do-some'
great thiiig better than it could be done
b.v any one else1  ' "" *! v        iK *    ^  _
^Plnllips.niooUs^viole'i-.ipiclly upon a'
'piece tof* pa'por while  Iin  visitor^vvas
speaking sealed it -in an cin'olope and.
then '^suggested that Uipv note ���beui end *
when the man j cached Ik   ie    The let-w
tor i-endfpSt.iiKUiiptliC' iiioorthijhl .mil
^yoii wdLcasUa ��-li.itlovy     Xo'man can
cast a shaclowbjttst Irkeut" - "*"^ "   \
P"TlreA''o,tmg 'ni.rn "" realized tliltt' the rneclicine, aiid are 'only sav ed "from pro-
���preacher"* liad^made This "honest "iusillr- secutron byprtfully wording their aclver-
tion seem"ridiculous, bin made another , tisements so that they give the impres-'
altempt.   *Wlhe   onum.il   lottei  ^le psion that they are physicians vvithout
wrotep"Po'ss.bie.'but\l desue that the I m^ulg     ? ,    It,    ?.-      '    r,-^-
,    ,. , 1,    ,       ��� ,      '   .   .      ,   ,,  ,, Those who vviile,to Dr. Pierce, chief
deed'I flo be of benefit to ihyMellovvJ conslll(.lng  physician   to  the   Invalids'-
nl"n ' ' Hotel and  Surgical, Institute,  Buffalo,
NY, uiaj- do so with the assurance that
���   they will receive not 011I3'the advice of
a competent physician, but the advice
of a physician whose wide  experience
.  in the treatment and cure of disease, and
1   whose sjmpathy with human suffering
I  leads' him to take a'deep,,personal interest 111 all those who'seek his help and
,   that of his associate staff of (Specialists.
Dr Pierce's iWucal Advisei (111 paper
^covers), 100S pages, is sent Jrec on "re;
cerpt of>3t one-cent stamps, or 50 stamps
for the"cloth-bound volume, to pay expense of customs and mailing out v. Ad-
lress Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
.OOBAN STEAMSHIPS;
a r i     "        '���
*      .Royal Marlr Lines.      -���     ,
Cheapest H-oute to tho Old Country!" _
!ALL.vN_LlNK-Kioin ironical. '
Ionian      l s~ Nov. 7
Tunisian - .-.- Nov  11
I'llllSl'lll - -        . Js'ov.'-jll
DO.VIIN*l'oNirjlNK-L''7or'ii''i*rontie.il.*'"V
aotilliwinlv '  r>'r Vl  ^   ' .Nov-^7
CAjV  I'AO^mjjVXTLCS &���Jfrorrr Aloirticnl
Like J.l iniloub    \r        r., ,   '       iVov.l-'
'ilontil Temple ,_,       1     "   . Nov. 20
AMKIllOAN LLN'K-I.'iem-New York. _
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New York ,                         '         Not,. IS
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'      VV'JIi I'I5 STAR LI.MO-H'iomNewpot-lb   '
Mnicstie *       " ' 1 '      N'ov. tl
Celtic '        ���" . '      N'ot ,W
Oceania        .       " Nov. lo
Ci im 10   ' .. Nov JO
'I eti ton to   '     \ , .    , .   4-. Nov. _'5
CUNjVltl) UNK-l'-tom New Yoik.; ,.
Lliutiii      _ ' ..   Nov   7
Cimpama'' '     L        ~ "Nov   II
Uinbiui .   Nov   JI
Lueumit" "* ~ _ "   ''Nov JS
Passen^uis lu.kele(l^.l!iioiig'.-i~lo all  pares 0
Gii'.lt nntaiii atitt li eland, and alspceii.ll}   low
rates to all pans of  llie'Kiuopoait coiitmcnt-
jVppiv u, neaiest lathv.t-j oi.sleamsliip itg< nt or
t0      *' . ' " b'"    "~ A
T."' W." BRADSHAW.   Agont," Revelstoke;'
W. p'"P. ,C tJMMINGS,'PaciHc Ag-entp-
S^
men
1 Back came the original letter," vv ttli
these words added- "Then stand in i'-e
sunlight and permit the workingni.tn
lo eat his lunch m yom shadow"
Every one of these preparations
is guaranteed and if not fully satisfactory to the purchaser the
money will he refunded.
The Mistci Mechanics. I'tue T.u So.ip heals
and so ton 1 the sktn, while ptotiipth cleansing
itot gre.ese,,"oil, Hist, ete Imnltialilc for me
chantcs, taitneis, spottsnu,n t-tce sample on
rccerptot Jc foi postage Albeit Toilet Soap
Co., niiin.itaetureis Alontieal
All Happens  In :i  Sect>ntl.v
' A second is* the smallest division of
time in general us", and when we ee,i'"
salei tli.it 111 one .vein- there ,ue about
ol."i.1S.000 ol these pel lo.ls it vvDiinl
eei tain I.v seem as if it was enough lo
all in.ictic.il ptupoes I'.in. altei ill
a {rood deal can happen 111 the iraeliu',
of .1 second ' ,
A light wave, lor instance, passes
thiougli a chst,nice ot about ISO.vlOC)
miles 111 this length ol time A c-ui-ont
oi -electricity has; piobablj .111 ev-n
gieater speed. The e.ntl- 111 ilu-lr
move, in its o'lb.t'at a i.ite of ahem,
tuentj miles a st-coiid
���- A.tniuug link of the ICiench stint'.iui
vibiates STO nines pci '..--cotKl to p.o
duce the note A on the-treble   t.tft.
BerlinerGraifefH)hone.
During' the Long
"Winter Evening's
���witH
The Berliner Gram-o-phone
.Winter's dreary evenings' lose their monotony, and you
have a constant source of pleasure and profit in a Gratn-
o-phone. It vvill tell you funny stories or-sing '��� Coon
Songs"���if you feel humorously inclined. If you want
to dance, anything from a two-step to a minuet���awaits
your pleasure or that of your frieuds and neighbors.
It will pliv ninitcrpieces of the Piano or Organ, Sotos by famous violinists,
i.iindolin nintnr 01 t.attjo pi iters i give >otta Iliad Concert I.v s-oti-.V-t or the-
..ildstrc.im Ouiirds' ll.ind or tlie Itngpipes , sing or talk, wlucfi jou will
Prices of Gram-o-phones t*||ff a_    ���� A
complete witH 3 Records ^O   iO   ��^^
Gtitirantccd foi fivcyenr-..   "It Is maili- In Cnuttln."
,->ld   on   onay monthly payments   If desired.    "Write
io.. particulars, Catalogue and list of Records.
M 11111 fuel 11 led by
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UI*VI"L.STOKK, li. 0.
, Vlur nut!   LK'1-.'l...-Jisr,
Our sreai gi.indf.rtlnM -. had a wa.v ol
anuoiiiKiug 111.111 l.itfe ceit'diouies vv nn h
would h.ndl.v Iind f.ivoi- nowatl.t., ���,
The lollo-ving eases in point have btVn
unoji-thed
"On An;,'  '2.1, \1S2. at Dath   C-pta,.-
Hamilton, a^ed  twenty-eijt'it   iiiini   '
Mis   MonSon   an .141'd  l.ul.v  ol  nt;'
siv ' but   |iosso=si,il;   raul;   and    uiu.
wealth"
"Itoboit .Indite nl Coob^'iniomrli. lie
land, ajrod iunel.< ! to to ".,ss A,. 11-
Nuycnt. a^.'.l liftet'ii Ha i' 11 nni 1
was an olheei in Kui-j Wili-ai i--- ,'..11,
and was wounded in  the,noo ��� ".
For
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Will
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s It v, h(ilu or pin I      I"-.ir p 11 ri, 'i.bn s aj
ph at "tHi.e lit   IvilO I'liVAY   M��'l.      '
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Fish alicpGame in Season.
1 jMI o.tleis pioinptij (tiled.
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REVELSTOKE, ,B. C.,> ^,f^
Rates SI.501 per' Day'
Special Weekly Rates.,.
Queen's-Hotel, 'Trout1,Lake,', under  same   management^%\ ,'4Pf
p.*   ;   " -     pA '* .. j-^ p.-ei1/     .^'     T*rr,,";*    ^jk^'-w
^ifattin(farfnrtin(tin(tindn(tin(tin(tin(tin(tin&nitin&n(tin(ti^
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POULTRY
Obinee. Puie-Uied Pmibi. -h.n^le
t!tii'ii>, Biown Leiihiuiis li . .us. nl
I.k w ��� 1T (mini ten   winter (]ti.n ������ is, I will
si'll  ,||    V HI V    IOW   |ll It fs    I j.1111   nil, 1   ibI   nit
jnilli'ls, hi'irs/iiudi nekei els  ^ I-""i |.i ices
etc , .itltli ess I
A. R, A. LOW lis,
1 V. 1.1.ui. B. O.
Otlt'.itlt-s  i,r  l,-��e,
lie���I di.ii't know  1 (1 ���   it is  but  I -
noticed   it   is  the  i;i.l   who   pi!/.'~.  .1'
the oilier  trhls   -v h���t   he  cm.Ill   Imv
seen in her" vv Iio is the hist lo j:et 111
ned.
.She���And It is the in in that the u. '
say the.v vvouldnt hive it  Le v   -ie -
last in in on c.ii th w ho li is his 1 , k ������
all   the pmlt.v   {,'iils  in   tov. 11.
FIREWOOD
[Living taken'over the ll re-
wot id supply of the M.irboi
Lumber Cc.'s mill, orders left
atphe mill, at \V. iVl. Lawrence
or by ringing up' phone No. eS
will have prompt attention.
VV. FLEMING.'
ORIENTAL-   HOTEL
abl^j furnished with'the choicest the market P ; <-
affords. -   Best/Wines,   Liquors, & Cigars.*-//'
Rates $1 a day.     Monthly rate, k   - "" ,"*:> '
ib
p. ^/i-
-bb _ -y. ���
1 \"
or.
AiLBERT    'STOITE;    -IFIROIE-
Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all * Modern Conveniences.'
KIN'S H0-TfeL::;.
Rooms ni Suites, with Baths and "'Toilets attached, floivin? Hot
'and Gold Water, Inside Toilets on each*floor, Gas Lighted anda
_   ' ^ Steam ���Healed Throughout'.    ^ - -P
'   J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       =        GOLDEN, B. C.  ' -'
if
yeraf/s,
et
WIC'iMANUKAOTURB
bliuts.
Overalls,
Deiiiiu I'ants,
'J \\ . 1 ,1   l-itiilu
littpcrni iv .'.
Scl)oolni!)=te'-    \.itv.    loiu-s    [��� -
a sonti-ne-e. .i.ni then we will su- ,
can chance it to the imp native I
Pupil���The horse di.nvs the vv ��� ;
Schonlniaslei-
peralive.
Pupil���Oeo up'
Nov.   put  it  Ill the 1 ti
Cbnms
Nothing nio'-e comple'.el.v  luillles on
irho i��i full of tiicL and dup'uitv  tl-  -)
str.11shtf01vv.ini   and   aiiuple  inleviu.,
in another���Cottoiu
Mi H C I3.iikm, who has In en appointed by the C. P It. el.ief ti 1111
di-spittclipr nt Kevelstoke. bad a pie is
ant sin pi��(> on .-s.it 11 id i\ eve ninjr Hi-^
Ciiinptnions wait, d on luui nnd tlnoii},'b
.Mi W. () Millei jik.s. uUd ii case of
cutlery and silverware in token of the
t-enenil esteem m which joe Inn. always
been held .���World.
E. VV. B. Paget, Prop.   ,
I'niilipt  cleliveiv  (if parcels, liatrjjnye,
' , 1.1 any pai I of the Oil).
Any Kind of Transferring
Undertaken.
\ll   011I.-is    left    al, H     M   Si.tvtl'ie's
���  111 c ���'"'toll', in   It)   Tel. pli.'iK"   No    7
eiv e pi ������nipt nl tl lit ion
..II
etd I'ants,
' oltonadi- Pauls,
.Innipe-is,
IliOIIS.s,
I'.iiKineo.s' .Ineke-ls,
VVaiteis'.lnckels,
linlifis' I uAels,
.inip'li.iin .liiek. Is.
Mi-siun l-'liiniiel LTn
del wc-iu,
Uooks'    Ap.ons   1111(1
Caps,
('aipunleis' A pi oris,
\\ 11 it 1 is' A pi oils,
I'ainti is'and I'lielle-i-
eis'Ovei tills,
^Iiitl.innw Coats,
Miiekl.iiiw Punts,
Tnipriiiliiis,
.DiinniiKu Hugs,
Iloise- lllaiiket-i,
To-ill.
Lie , elt , e-tu.
COMAPLIX
CHIEF YOUNG,'    -     '-       -     Proprietor.    -,
Best brands of Win6s, Liquors and Cigars. '<>-,"'
.   Travellers  to   Fish Creek will find excellent'accommodation
at this Hotel.   J 1
mborne Hotel
ICst.ibhsli.d I&lil    Intuipniaud I002
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
LUIU'KIJ,
WHOLESALE MERCHANTS,
WiiitlioiiseN. W'h nl Stue-t.
Kueloij, I llnsliori -stroot,
_ VICTORIA, B. 0.
DAVE ORR. Proprietor. ���    . l
The best Dnllai a Day House Best Brands of Wines, Spirits
and Cigars.
in tlie tnevn."
Standard rcoiedy for Gleet,
GonorrliODn nnd Runmnjis   1 uinv I
IN 4S HOURS.    Cures KiJ- \mlUl J
noy nnd Bladder Troubles.    *���"
URN
Wholesale and Retail
.   .   .   Meat Merchants.
Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:
-'^^^Calgary, Alberta
ott
cjn*
l?o Trappers _
Rav/ Furs Bougliij
Gash Prices Pai a
Ji.   c .ESo
Exporter'of Furs.
PATENTS
Trademarks
and Copyrights
a obtdinul in all countucs.
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney
Mielniiil.nl A tint ne) and Kntdnec..
Room ',, 1'nh field  I'.loek, (jiitnville st.. near I'.O
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
/I posle-.u.t will sectiio an cvonhigappoint
inont for tlioso who cannot tall auring tno day
Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods.
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful     and     ornamental
articles:
Tea services
Plates
Itt.skl-t*
f'anu Cli.ilrs
Handkerchief"
Klovvr Pots
Umbrella Stand*
I.nncli BaakeUs
Sniokmuc Jacketjj
Silk Goods.
GOLD FISH
Finest stock of candies and fruit in town.
Front Street, Revelstoke
WRAPPING   PAPER   AND
PAPER BAGS.
The Kootenay Mail has been
appointed agent for one of
the largest Canadian Paper
Mills.
Wrapping papers in rolls or
flat, and paper bags of all
weights and sizes supplied to
order printed or imprinted.
Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke. t  iJV  a r  i .t'  j.<  A  ,H x.    L. r  '  ������������������p.  Jt      " 1 ' ������  there'pire Ahscords,  - j|j,      "etc., it is very oftep owing  to  7       ' Poor, strings.     iYo-w V'-e keep-a  ;t,    f \ large supply of,.all" '       ���������  '!' //'4usieal|nstppente ���������  ^ ;/pSt^ ;  M\V' MmFolios;" ete:, file;  j-  . f, , i 'If you live out of town just  J������ drop a 'post , card and   \v_e  "n  'dve it prompVattentionA;  wi  i< LIMITED  . REVELSTOKE, B. 0  A  , V  fLOCAL & GENERAL  n_   <C,ilg.iry is piuch.ising   a   $LO.Ot) cl-  "P'Actric- lisiht- i>l ant' - ,,  'i ������      The Trout Lake liink Company has  r   -t   been   incoiporated wjtli _iv capital^ oi  r /" i?25.00U   ���������   ''.*'' ;\   V,./   A"T *'"  vi    , i The Licensing   CommissionciSw lor  Revelstoke,- Rnnng- hokU their" h.ilf-  Tucs-  - <p  n t Halcyon,  ,n  ->  yearlv-nieetin  , day- ��������� ,   , ���������,  * - ,  VT. J. Dickey has'been mentioned as  ( .-uc.indidute for-tliejuAoT ility, but Mib  i    Dickey assuiesAi be" would not acccpV  I  (. i   -      ���������       - ���������* .        ������ t  nomination. '  ,r������    *       ^  '- -"-The Tangle^suit being ho.ncl at Xtos-  '' ' Island    againsV"G61d.   Comniisspnci  '    Frusera'nclAlie Great Noithein  .Mines  'is r-.ot-yet'concluded.  . Ham "Donnelly,, foreman .of tin  Eevelstokep Lumbeip CoSp:aiui>    at  . Jljk'  ill's'  Lumber^ Go's "camp  -Rock*y'Ponit".""uas in   (o.vAtlii? vv.  snow   in  BUSINESS LOCALS.   ������������������  Older join-, bald coal fioin II N.  Coin siei.  Foi knivc, foiks,sijoonv-l'������d. enners  yo to Lit- lenccs ,   (  Hay,'Oat-, Bi.m.'Shoits \Ylie,tt,-al  liouinc 111 OS.        .     >   '      i  , Ur  W J    CiniypTesiilent _ dentist,  Longhead block. '  Dews' has a'complete, stock -A ebony  goods���������blushes, niinois, iio.  ' Km Sale ���������A cook stov c a nd riom cnir  hciiiei!'   Ap'piy top'  R Campbell  Rougue   hsb,   In-peiial  nnd  Cicani  Cliccsu.    b   15. Hume and Co's.  ,   J.-W IJennctb notifies auction --ale of  Ci 'H  Kistcon'a fuiniluie.  bouvenii go'odo all kinds at Canada  JJnig and .Book Co    _    ( L  The St. Leon Hot Spiings h.is'Aeen  opened and is now Wad} to .iceomo-  d lie visitois. "    - '���������  itogeis lliOs.^1817 triple plate silv-i  wan- at Lawionces        '  ,l       J     ,  Jliss'w. Loniiov, i-s now leady to  Teceivo pupil* on, the piano Ctllnt  Mis. MncRuiy'o for ti.ni. '  .  l-'iunibiiii Pen's whli gold 'iiiouiiting  loi picseiitiitioii at Pews' Ding Stoic.  The adveiliaiiig vou do today will  help voui business tonioimw.    Aclvei-  ' SI I ''  tiso in the Kootenay Iu.ul  ��������� New    Fi nits; units,   cnndie^,   crys-  lali/cd-fiuit, ligS, table l.iiaiiin at C   15  Hume and'Go's.    '   ' '      "u "  Tiavollcia visiting Jtevclstokc vvill  'Iind the best accomodation at the  Ccntial Hotel. Abi.ibnmso'ii IJios    o  Rucking    Hoi-cs,'    1 lobby Alloise-s  UlilIs Cabs' Handsle-ds, etc at'Canada,  -l)i tig and  Hook Co 'Jf _ ,.       ,      ,  "rite the Unions Pi'ip nut ..uadiuple  i ii,; i      ,'  pla.e SilvuMvare at Liivioiioc s    .  Wlieii.you come   to'lluvelstuke bail  'tnACential llotul    bus  to.tak'e >Oti to  ,   Voo'd , hotel.      Abiabainsun'    Bios  ,''    ������' *       .  _li'i)l>s     . -  * -r rt V  I      V   baiidsonic   pi esent   foi    a voiing  l.itlv  is a fancy bo\ ol chocolates and  ci cams' I5ews' basilic- go'(Is  Tnc Xewest iu 'Peililnie   ato'nii/cis  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in the "World.  Mail us 15 Royal Crown Soap  f '    Wrappers, and in return we  vvill mail a beautiful Picture '   ,  si/.e 1(3.\20 ; or for 25 Wrappers    >  your choice of ovep 100 books.  Drop us a'post card asking  for a catalogue of premiums  to be had  TREE  for  Royal  '  Ciown Soap Wiappeis.  Address ' '      f   '  < _       The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. , -     '  Limited.  ,   ' Every Lady Should Know.  That Fcii'ozonc icmovcs the causes  tbiit inteifcie 'with the piopei discharge of all womanly (functions; it  collects liiegtilaiities'iind is especially  good for women who arc nervous and  subject to hc-iclache, lame, back, healing down ,,pain's, despondency nnd  tiredness Feno/one is a blood builder  and p'ui-iliei-nod.can't be excelled for  Urn complexion. For youi good looks  nnd health use I-'cno/.one. < Piicc.OOc.  pei box at druggists. * i  Social and Personal  '- 'tflb  !..*  J Tt  v>*; '-  T*,' -  4. ;������"*,  and   lopoita-v-eiy-Jittle  '1 Bond as vet    i _    ' -_     ,'  4-' The. ^elson^Kcoiioiiiistt i'^'y'-f ' I'"t-'  fciti/ens 'of Revelstoke  lnu'e  paSsed  a  p^esoliitronfavoii'nXinconrdiiition" Oui  . (���������'contempoiai-y -uiiiat 'bhave  ovei looked  Itbefacbtbat.Kevclstoke was iircoip u i -  JtecPin iLS(i).-A,p~ V "  Fl  uid ibibvoiybest ol French and  I, p ilbiines    ..I    Canada    Di'ug   and  C  o  f,  ^ J ���������X J'b,li.'McKen/.ic<l.i.is_p'ctiiineil Iiom  ii ', Shisfvisit'to the   copper, count!y ..and  ^P^/^repoitsthat'A.E Rosengcigei is mak^  ji-^i,p bAiing^ur, unquestioned succesa yP-^ic ie-  If^^v^^gaiiisatw  I ^k^^^^^u^^^pgppi p.t ^^'���������5^1-''^iJa 11 o^ -'���������   _*��������� '  \A* b .. ^.uft.;-^^- The following .no.mentioned as_c.ui_  llsll      p  p, ll.k'  ��������� \ li'ge'oidei lias been'it-ceivod fiom  'ih,-, I) P K loi . Mi.i copies ol tbe  illtisti ite-d Gbiistinaa odituni til the  Koote-nay Mini, .which vvill be pu'.-lisb-  id (iii'Dccenibi'i 21tb    '     '  Fni a good pi'eseni see on. Rpcbestei  si'ivui and nicklo w.uc at Law idice's _.  . Fiji" r( nice C'ilispiias'picscnt  .,. .   **.��������� ���������<     ~~- -���������'--���������������-  pi  nut'.  P  ^didatesfor'the eSming civic elections.  -^liiyor,Ald'.-McLeocl,  aiid Aid. Footu_  - Aldeimen;���������Waid 1 \k\. iMoLcod, E  Trimble, J. ^Iatlnc/j-N'o 2 WmicI, Aid  Law,F. B. Levus", ^McLaughlin; W .'i 1  !      3, S. McMahonrC M. Field. .  '   A w-ell-.ittendedjiieeting of  tlie  W  ! ' C. T. U. vvas-Ji'eld vcstciday Tliiitcen  new members'weie enrolled and lccei-  r ved theMvhite ribbon badge. Mis  Creelman resigned the olhce of Secie-  "tarvand 'MrsbDiekey was appointed  The vvmk for  tiie coming month   was  -   drawn u;'-  We havejto apologise to out ne.uleis  '.    Tor the i:-feribrtoi- issue of the ICoyi i:x-  - AvMAii^tliis'v.eck, as the nistallapon  pf our new steam plant lias   pi even led  '  Aolu. getting in type the tisii.il btitpet  ' /of nevvsmatteiA Bv  nextwe.-k    tbeie  ' vvill be an increase, m the stall' of   the  press'room audi dm ''new   .machinei}  will be in operatiolptoenable us to get  ' out a better and   '"Pie    "eu~-    v'f{  than ever.' . ' "������ . ,  "   '     On Wednesday evening a dance w.is  'ui'vemin the Selkirk Hall, Mi=   Kil-  patrick. Mis- Flindt. and Mis. McCarter  bs'mg the   hostesses     Everything  was mpsl-tastefully, airanged, and all  tellcof a delightful evening. Tlnrc weie  nbout one hundred pieser.t, and many  ' were the beatitii'ul dre=se-displa.ved to  advantage on the ladies.    About mid-  ' niglit'a dainty supp9>" " as =CI vc'd 1'0lln(1.  after which dancing was renewed with  fresh vigour by,the guest*, and  continued until the small bout-.  o to'  a   _.     . *... w i -*  We have foi*s.iloon Mackenzie Ave-  .  '] i u  "   i, two' st()ieyvdwcllmg, with   six  looms, bath, hot aiid cold watci and all  Sue of.lots 37i  io sold  U,I. A. Magee In.s gone to Sort tie    ^ <  P*. A. Bradley ictuiiietl   to   1'ionch  Cieek Monday.   , o '  B. R. Campboipb.is been appointed  foreman  of  the 'Kootenay  Mini  Pi is-  r ' ' '  ting (jllice.    , _,   ,"  'Mr; .lolinston,'6f the Ilai boi Lumbal Co., letm-ned this'week fiom nn  cxtcneled tour of the States./  i J. B.' McArlh'ni- K. C.', fornierly of  To'Onto;wbo was heavily inteiostcd in  in-Rossland iuul'-Boundaiy, died suddenly at"Toronto. ,P '_ -. '  ' J,T. ICr.ux, supeiintenclcnt of the Eva  mine at C.i'mbr rne, ������w-as in Hlic city  Thinsdas ������.ni|d lepofts cyciything  going wolJL.it'thc niir.es. _ _,_ '  ' 'Lip yf'att' of" Uoldon "has' been  appointcl tellei of the Impeli.il B.ituY  Revelstoke, and 'Van , .Koungbnet,  'the foimei- teller here has been ,tralistened to Golden. -,       k v, ]  The fiicnds bof Ei( E.-Wiud, Lite  manager of *-Molspns Bank,', vv ill be  glad to le.un he :s doing" well 'sincej  the opeiation peifoimed 'on Jinn by  Hi. Cross at the hospital this ( week  / Aiclidc.icon Pei.tie.ith - attended  the Sbakspeaie Club Tuesday night  and tooU-pjut .gp^tbe ic.iclings,, lli,c  'niciiibcis being much nnpicsscd , vvitn  tlicjj\ccllcnt' en'unci.ition For .which  the Aichdeacon is celebrated ns a  icide'i ancrspeakoi. ' Mis ( -Fiocunier  kindly piovidcd icfi-esbinents/ .    l  " "*  '        A Bntli ������t Tint*. ^  To take,a bath at Tiflis is to court  a wonderful experience. , Abundant  springs of water, strongly impregnated  wilh sulphurated hydrogen, supply the  building, and'in its vaulted chambers,  far below the street, there is no sound  but the'splash of the fountain and the  rolling echo of one's own voice. Henry  Norman gives a description of the  'masseur who presides ov-er the bath  and makes its most,eccentric feature.  "He is a Persian, who speaks but a  word or two of Russian. His 'head is  shaved, a ,rag is twisted round Ins  waist, and hisifeot arc dvedoiange. ,  "First he rubs you, and then suddenly, as you lie, face downwind on the  marble*slab, he is upon'your back, his  feet, dug into your "spine,.,his hands  grasping your shoulders, to increase  the pressure. Slovvlypwith skillful appreciation of every muscle,, his feet  grind up and 'down your back. They,  encircle your neck./They aie on your  head. '-  - "Then he vaults lightly orf, and- in a  moment from a linen bag tilled'wpb  soap he has squeezed, clouds of perfumed bubbles, and you are bidden in  them from, head to foot as completely  as if'vou had fallen into a snowdrift,  ���������you are not absolutely bruised, but  you are clean." ,   ,'  S������ecti!CMN  That' Never .mil*.  During a sleepless night the Vixier  Mujicduddm Kumiia dispatched his  slave, ,lJedi'tiddin 'Ejus, to bring hmi  sweets. ,'The slave procured a copper  kettle heaped,, with many, kinds ot  fruits .and sweets, and Mujieduddin began to eat. b .,  "Voir relish them, my master?" asked  the slave.    A   '    ,        -        ''  'J'he vizier shrugged his shoulders.  "These fi'uits _nre sweet���������for,, the.nmo-  nieht," he said, "but show mo aafruit  the'sweetness of which .will 'endure  cven'uuto tiie judgment day.",' (c    ,  "Such fruits .there are, my'master,'/  cried tlie' slave and hastened toward  llio Meschcd Jlusa, where,he awoke  the starving "orphans <in the house of  Alivvin and led them forth and into' the  boom o*l' his master.' Overjoyed/ the  laniished chrldrcn.devoiu'cd liio"li'uils.-  "Look,   oh,   ray   master,"   said   the  slave.   IIci'c_ybu see fiiuts.thc sweetness of which endures unto1 tire judg-.,  ureut day."-*H       ^       ���������  '    _    ��������� Is the tune for  XMAS'PHOTOS  , Have voui sittings now nt the  REVELSTOKE STUDIO  Ovei- ibefKoolonay Mail.  H. W.   EDWARDS,  TAXIDERMIST.     .  Deer   Heads,  ��������� Birds,   Animals  - ,     ' Mounted.  ' ' ��������� "t>   'r*\  Revelstoke,'  -   p.   B.C.  I  .XmaS' Pfesetttsf; *  JT n , I ' !������ '    i ' i   ,    "' I J' *  ','       -, <���������    i  X ' Now is the time to procure a nice Xiriiis present ahd to'meettbe demand  T   we hnve placed in stock the famous    y      '       ," ai   -'_  |     (   " Pairpoint Quadruple, Plate Silverware^  *   beautifully designed iind guaranteed not to  tarnish.     Come ei  '<*������   take yum choice or these a.s they^aie going fast.  ' 'lJesitles'.Silv'ei'Wi'i.v we have R.v/.ois, Carvers and Knives in cases. ������|>  orks Sm, ns? Lin.ps. Skates, Nickle Plate Hoi owwme. and other ^  nirlhrg ������   s.    die su e.aud examine on. show windows ancUee .Lvve, J  li'oi  SI!  (���������-annul satisfy you  The "Revelstoke Business College  ''"i   ���������' *   ,���������   /- ,      -  i  Day and Evening Classes in the  t  Library Building'?    ,  Pr.utieiil    'in^liuctinn'    is    given, in  Book-keeping, Commercial Arithmetic  Penmanship,  Correspondence?  i Shorthand, Typewriting        ,  . f and Engljsh,      ( '   t  and othei- subjects can be- arraiiged for  ' FOR  nARDWARK V    ' ^  OF ALLliaNBS.   \.    . JL  iiiiidein conveniences.  pvpIUO'lcrt p-Tlus niopeity wi  at a b.ngain     Lewis Bios ^      (   .  Woitb while leading C B. Hunce  a Co's list of stiitahie.giftsand piescnts  on litst, page of this issue  Meniheis of the Revelstoke PhHarmonic Society and albrnteiiding niem-  bcis aie ici|iiestiM.rtti attend the fiist  r-heais.il of the open -'tl. M S^ Pina-  foie'',al Ihe lesidence of Mis II. A  liioun on Thtusd.iv. Jann.uy 7th, 1904  at S p in C'-ine All.  ' A lancv i.ibi.uy lump would make a  good and Usful Xnnis piescnt -it Law-  icnce's  Don't l"igct we make loose-lenf  lundei-s and coveis fen all kinds of loose  sheets and loose sheet- for -any kind of  ccivei. We aie he-aeleiuai-teis foi eveiy-  ibing n. ,a loose-leaf w.iv���������Kootenay  Mail olhce        ���������- '  The latest designs in   cilfeiidns   for  l',)0t at Canada biug and Book Co.   <���������  A l.ugcsupp!} ot new bound   Xmas  Books   never   bcfoie   published,  just  opened up at Canada Drug and 'Book I  Co  You can get a volume of Chums for  voui ' ov at Bews Drug Stoic for $2   ,*������     ,    -  ���������Soie and swollen , -joints, shu-p,  shooting .pains. ttn-tiu-ing iiiu-cles  noj-est, Ji" tslcep���������tli.Ut ine-'iiis rhen-  malUm. It7i*.i Mtibborn disease to  Hrr-hl, but   Chauiberl.iins    Pain    Balm  has eoiKluered it, thousands ��������� of    '  One     apphc-.il inn     Hives  it.    All druggists sells it.  tunes,  relief.    Try  nmiiileritoriiif. --  ���������rhundei-stonns aie more frequent In  Java than m any othei- pa it of the  world, theie being an average ot ninety-seven days in each year upon which  they occur. Xe\t to .lava comes Sumatra, which never lias less than eighty-  six "thunder days" per year. Then  come Hindustan with ."30, Borneo with  ,"4, the African Cold Coast'with o2 and  the region around Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with 51. The European list is headed by Italy, with 3S thunder dajs out  of the 3Go on an average. Austria has  23; Baden. "Wurttemberg and Hungary  each average '22. Silesia, Bavaria and  Belgium have 21; Holland and Saxony  IS; France.,Austria and south Russia  3G; Great Britain and Switzerland only  7. At Cairo, Esrypt.Vtnd in north Russia and in Sweden and Norway the average is onlv 4 per year. In Tinland  and east Xurkestan thunderstorms are  wholly unknown.  Bctrotlinl Customs.- j,  The ^Scandinavian bridegroom presents to his beliothed a prayer book  and many otlier gifts, which usuallyiin-  clude a goose. She in"turn givos-him,  especially in Swcdcn,ta shirt, and this  he invariably ivvears on his wedding  day. ..Vftorwaid he puts'it away, and  under no circumstances will he wear  it"again while alive. 'But he wears it  in^.his, grave, andAliere arc'Swedes  who earnestly, beliebe not only in the.  resurrection ol the 'body.1 but ip the"  ,, veritable'resurrection'of the betrothal  shirts'e,r-sucli husbands as have nevep  broken any A:-'then- tnairirigo vows  The Swedish widowertimst.dostroy on  ��������� ihc^eve of liis second marriage tbe  bridal shirt winch'his first wife gave  liira- ', , ',     "   -j A  Z ^   it ������" ' .^  T.>  Iloil  VValer  -VVilliotit'a Kt'tllc.  "My'wile/iudjl."'piys a traveling  mafi,-i.'vvcro once, mA hotel wliei'cbw.0  couldn't get.any^boiling water, i Alter  wc had discussed tlie situation iny  wife asked me if I had an envelope in  my satchel. I aot one out. when she  told me to fill it with'water'and hold  it over the gcis'lct. i'hesrta'tcd. but  finally did it and-expected to see the  envelope bhr/.e up every nitiiute1 But  it didrfl blaze. The envelope took on a  little soot, but that vvas all. The water  boiled in time, and thc^envelope was. !IS  good as ever when the experiment was  at an 'end. I don t kn.ovv the ehoniisti v  of the process, but tiy it youiselt nnd  sec if it will not woik."  ���������vrOTUd'j   is liet-eliy Kive-n  tliul   tlii.l.v '(lfijs  l\   itiii-i- tintei i iiiiumi to iippiy'd Uiocii t-r  ('oiiiiiiissieiiie-i- of L.ni.ls mill \\ tn ks for n special  license to ciaiinile-.il 15 itwuy linilii-r riorn I lie  follow ine'.leseiil.e.llmitls siliiulu itlioiil  Unco  and one-ln.lf  null's   moie  or  less soiillii'iisl,-of  Anow lie-atl, H <;.. small si.lc of noil Last,      I  of Uiinur Anow liil.c, also known as Illi id  ins-  Collin eiiniig ul a I'pM lii.ifl(.;'t "t" "    - ,������������������"'  one anil one liulf inilo Horn   lUintl  liny,   he-nco  noi th fell e-liiinis, thencti west Sin-nuns, tilt ncc  noulli WI olmnis,  Uicnel. ciisLMcliiiins to ^lnco  otcoiiiine-iiuuiiie-iit.         ,               ���������.,Ion.,  .       --           ,     .1. ll. isI'.i-ouiy  ,l)itletl tlns27Ui tiny of November, ltlOi. '  ; ^W,   M.   LAWRENCE  'CRiTlCAt;/''?';  ���������      *.."' NOTICE.  To fnil '1 liurliioinscii. 'Ilieodm- Tollufscn find  ., VVilliiini /Mien oi-'iinv poison oippoisons to  wliomtlioj limvliavonssigntitl tlieii ii'teiebU  malic Viillinllii gionn consistiriB of vil.insr  Vnlhiilla. Odin and 'J'hoi mmcriil eliiiins on  Jl.e- tieck, stitiato onllic wt-sl stdofof noitli  ainiofUrpei- Vi low- Ijnkt-.-haulciui Jtimiiis  'Division-   W'6'1   JCootcnay   llistuot, llnUsli  "'Youiii'e'lieiehv  bntineil IliaUr "The  uniloi  siKiiucl.ilmvc t-\,ie-ndcdfoi vou the snni of 5-iiO  in lit'oi, inip.iivciiie-iil.saiid it-.oit'ii.K ccs,tipon  !l,o smd ViUni),-, ytillrnll... Otli.i andT hor J -n  c'l.ileliuins, nnile-i Llio piovisiontol ilieJUintiai  Aet, mid if vvilliin innetv (Injs fiom Llio (lute ot  tins notice von Mil tin el use tn eontiibiito Hie  arote-sintl stun (01,'etliu with nil costs of .ul������e!  Iisiiik, voiit mlt-iesi in llio said miiretnl cluing  will ueeoino llio piopcilj "f lie iiii(lcisi|{iie(l  uniloi scelion I of llni jVel onlilktl An jVet to  Aiiii-n.ltili- !'-.i .1 Vct���������'l!iro  Ualed llus Jml .a.. <-! IJce-oinbui. 1!K������.  ���������-   .    JJ. H. S'l'ARKKY.  If^Pff^kf J.'B:'CRESSMAN���������0. ,.  T':i-'!'7 ���������'",*'        I \ ���������    '������     r '      ART TAILOR.-.,,      .-A     '  v..  IVCIltll.li tlllllV (I.IVsllftOI  ilv lotliol'luuf I'om-  Woiks foi a special  ���������> licroby ^  - .      .,     ...  f inlt'iifLui .tiiplv lotliolliiuriom-  missioni'i'f.i 'Ijtnds   ;������������������������������������,--���������-1    o.  licoiisc to col anil c.nij .iwav ^linilioi Irom llio  liillovvnr,! closer ibetl hinds on the Wanis'irver,  Lilloiii-ttlibliicl.     u    ' . ���������.. ,.  ^o 1 OoininoncuiKiil a post mailed U H  Sntlons iioitli-t-aal coiiici.' 'pl.tiite'd on tlio  west bank" of1 Vclan.s trvoi, .ilmtit' four niil.-s  rioin Tniii-Tiim lal������o, tlionce south t>0 chains,  Ibonco west W) chains, Dionco noitli 8()cliaiiis>,  tbonco o.isfM) chants to  place of commonci--  , Nn J .Comme-nciiiK ,it ,i post nun keel II,,11  Knlliiii s south-west c.iinor," planted on tlie  ^ostl.ink- e,r jVdanis nvei, aliotit V'. mile--from  Tim.-Tuni lake, tlionce cast SI) chums tlionco  noi 111 bUehanis,' thoucc .vvost SO cb.iin-, thence  south SO chums to place ol coiiimciicoiiioiit  ��������� Dated the lltli d.U ol Soplombcr, ���������TT0X  TtTOTJOi: is hoicbv sivon th.-it tlrrrlv.(lnisiirtoi  A\ date J intend lo upplv to llio (jiner (.0111-  mis-iorror ol Lniicla and VVoiks Tot a special  licensoitti ent anil,cam nw.iv limlici from tho  lollown'iK described lands on the Atlnins river,  111 Xjilloootehitiict ''1 ��������� 1 . v T  No J romn.enciiib'.ifc u post m.11 kft J. v  Nolan ������ 1101 lli-vvest corni-r plunted on the weal  bank or Adams-nvei nbout foul miles fiom  Tiim-Tiim hike, thoneo south 10 e linns thenco  cist HiO chums, thence north 10 chains, thence  vv est 10(1 chains to pli.ee or commencement,'  lNo 2 C'omriioiicnw a I .1 post mnrketl ,J-j jV  Nolan's south oast corner," pliintcd on the vvebt  bunk of \dams met, about four miles riom  Tttiii-Tum hike, thenco north '80 chums, thence  vvosthlleliainsAlienco south .SO clianis, thenco  oust SO chains lo plaff orfconiiiiencenieut  Dated tho nth ci.iv or Scplombor. 1W  j. j\ XJij vrs  it������  'For the bcsGand*nicest Xmas goods'^airr^incLse^R-.H.;'  -H'owsbn   &   C6'sAar������e  assoVtmentt,ofMancy; "R'ockersy^  Cciucr -Tables,; Couches,'-Ghina^Cabinets,   Ladies-Sec-,  rctarys.retc. " S\ t r -    '^f     \~, ^ P ~f ^. f f ^' J   ' A ���������  y    ^.HOWSON &fCO,;I     ;  .uVdirtaterefiJrd-Embalnrc^,   ~ "Apicture^fdniiiig^-  ��������� - It-has become generally known, that Wilson Aectds in finV  Tailorinq.',, Cfur(Ncw York training gives us'thc know-hoxy of^  doingr the.wo/k.,' _ ' A "v | ' b / ���������- / .'' .1 * J /'���������'' "-"' /'  '' ' See our display oLTrouscrings for-the trpusprs season. , ,>, %  "      Our Fali;stockir goods has arrived.   \p-_ p 'M^N^HOP"  . ^      NEXT TAYLOR BLOCK. ,  ���������*-t~H         -s.  ^h^  b������?  *     fi  Is  F  OTICErslicrcbv i  AUCTION SALE  rbllC  Moscrop" Bros.  Sanitary   Plumbing, Hot  I Water & Steam Heating.  I Pipe Valve Fittings,  Consumption Begins With A Cough        t   Thecou,i....cks.i..di.,irsti,et,���������der Electric Lamps, Door Beils and  ti-sne-s of  the   thio.u     \ nil.urn.1 .lion Annunciators,  I-lcctric Fixtures llf. Put In.  Done worry about  the   plum   pud-1     f   ;1I|1  ;,lBtiucter!  to  sell  nt  pu  dings     You can biiy(thcni niade up at j ,ulcti0nLthc household furniture etc. at  40r a d 75c at C.B   ttunie and Co a.     ' jj-,. p   p. "Ristecn   at  Lawrence's  old  ~ ���������  1 stand McCarty Block     For paiticulnr������  sec hand bills    J.  W   Bennett  Auctioneer e  I 1111.��������� III 1.1 lll.lll  ��������� Kiucbi.il  Tlie I  kinds  -111 ervenc- and l'"111 -cnon  nr   lung   tiouble   is   1 -J.il.it-In <l,  important time   is   nt   the  In ginnine. I   Stnv   the   progicss   oi   tlie  . ..null by,  using  flagrant   healing  Ci.t.irrl-o/one  Cppnnf]   Ctrppf    RpvplstokP  which 1 caches   cvciy   put ot toe bion  jOybUIIU   OUlBUb,   JACVOIibUIVL  cbial tube's, tluo.it   and lung-     Cat.ir-i -  iho/one de-tioysti'i-c.iso  yeinw.-tops 1  thecoii'-'b   heals sore   spots, . |, .u- tin | pfiQJ/-p  (!n n- j  ���������a tan 11  NOTICE 1- hereby tr" on that u".r,tf '}���������}} "llf,cr  N ,uri. V mr. nd tn appl> to the Chief (..minis  .inner of Undsand Wori.- for a speeuel irra������-  to cut and firry nw.iy timhfr from tin; follow-  Jfo  t.   ( oin.nenciiii! nt ���������> post plitnted on 'he  rijrlit bi-nkof  the f H.la  rn t-r nbout lmif |>  mil- above Surpris. r ipi.l-i ...nd m erkr.I H  nil--northwest nirm-r l'<>-t. tlicircc -oiati I  .linin-   Ihen.e cast IMIelmm-  th.-me n'Ttli Id  I i-hitins, ih. ii..- tn-t Kid <liiun-.ro point of rom-  ( llienfeni. nt. .       ,     ,    ,    ,,.  ,    So '.'     ' hrnmcneintf  nl   a   p-.st  plant.<i   i"  (hiiiii*. islnf fi   Kills- iiorth������.'-t  corner |������i������  Pind.narkiil   'H   1-Ills - southen-t  cor...-.- r^t.  Il��������� ine north   -0 elmini   thenc- we-t ^ olmin-i.  , ihence south sOcliiUns. then, e t-i-t si) eb.ehv to  I pliti e of ((iiuincntcmiiit.  II  Kl.l.Is.  Vov. 1-th  1W1  ���������vi ni-.  pOts,   I   |l .11-   t III  ,1(1-1- si nil tin )U  of  di-ehalL-e     Cat  rho/onc sooths, never nrit.ncs  nnteed for everv foi m < '  Ciiristmas Goods at  lasting citre   use  C.itniilio/'me     'i vvo ,  months- tie.itnient $L 00, dial -i/<- i-icj  RED CROSS  .DRUG STORE.  I MO'I l< I', ii her. Ii> (,'iven Ihiir tlilrty .1 ty-iafter  1 NPii.le I Intend toapplv lotl.e ( hi. f < omniis  I -Inner of Uinrt- nnd Wo. It- for x ^.e-eiitl It.env  ilot'iit ind .airy awny timber from the follow  ine'.1. scribed land", vi/  No 1. Coiiiinendng n! a post pi mted about  I tvelvc tlinliH cut from heud of ->urijiI-<o r.ipifl-  nn Coliiinbii nvir marked -.In- Mln- north  ev.il (On.fr posl, th.n'e 'it-it in chains, thence  HOiitli -"I. hams, then, e weil -���������() ehains. then',  north Hi chains to place of eoinmencerncnt  N')V  Hlh,    1001  .1.   A.   Bi.ckll.ur..  I he above slim-, i-  ( las- stock ot  having   ,iti|inied  pull ing in it ln-1  DRUGS AND  STATIONERY  A (in.* assoi 11iii-ii 1 "I   IS..lbs  '.      ,, I'm- Siih- iit'n bf.rg.iiii '  New stoc-ks oidi-reil in iii-rive.  PKKSCKir'nO.N-.SC.VICKKin.'A' I'liKI'AKl-:'!  Tom   Smith's    Crackers   from  25c. to $1.75.  Christmas Cigars at $i a box.  Fresh Home-made Confectionery.  _<������._  I'iiio ,\s.-:ortmfinlb of 'Clirifitniiis CiffcH;  \T0TffiK 11 hereby Klcon.rhal thirty da}-  IN afterdate lint, nd 10 nnplv to tho Chief  (omiiil-sioner ot Ijinrt-; and Work* foi n  initial laeiHO to cut and enrry iievjiy tin ber  fiom tiro followlii������ di -.erlbod lands, vi/..:  No. I. ( oiiimcnthirf at a post plant.d on  I'ort.iKC trail ovei Surprito rapids about one  fourth mile from the -.otith end of it nnd marked  "Vdam Hall's northwctl corner riewt, tliciao  south 10 chnlns, thence eiHt, U!0 . Iiiuii-., th(-(i(e  north 10 clwliii. thenco west IWiclmhis to plnce  ol eoriimeno-riretil.  No. '1 CoiniiiendiiKat ft post planted on t he-  left h.ink of the Cohunhiii river beside .larri'-s  Ollmoiir'x nortliensl torner post aboul ten miles  below Surprise rnpliln and 111111I.nl "Adain  Hull's sonllicnil .oincr po-d," thenco west 80  chains, theme north SO 1 hains, Iherrcc  c.isl.W) chiiiii.-.. th.inoe Ho.rtli Ml (.hains to place  of coiimicucenit-nt,        ��������� AIMM nAI,Jy,  Nov. l-ll.li, l!M'.  Tlie Oriental jtmutlit st.  The oriental .imoiliv'st is le.rll.v .1 violet colored sapp'me. which is an ex-  cccdincly rare win and ol bnlhant lus-  te:". It is roar.uded ,11 .1 sacred stone,  and it is used .0 oiniinent the cio*-  and the pastoral ring of Catholic bis  op������. The ancients olten used the 11111c-  thyst for cutUns figuies both in u-lief  and in intaglio, and theie is 111 tho national binary of Franco a dehcatelv  wrought profile of M.rionns ,.t K01-in  statesman of Octavhis tune engiaved  on amVsthvst by Dioscondes. one.ol the  four celebrated engravers mentioned  by Pliny.       ���������>  t>_���������  - CnnKlit (be Stiiili-ots.      --  There was formerly a barber in Harvard sriuaie who caught the iiiiivci-dty  custom wilh-this classic ippeal whieh  some friendly palion suatscstcd:  Sisto, viator, <  Submltte solium tonscrl  j;t abl alter Adonis  "Traveler, stay, submit your neck to  the barber and depait a second Adonis."   Htlxllll'Hslll.C.  "Some people," said the caller with  a sli"ht sneer, "set-in to think that  signing cheeks is the most important  thing In life."  "I know it," rejoined Senator Sorghum, "and It's a mistake, my boy; a  sad mistake. Getting tho money in  bank in tbe first place is what counts."  en I h.it thirls days lifter  date I intend tinnpplj to tlio Clui'tCom-  misMonci of Lands,nnd Works for,a special  licon-0 to cut niicl cans nwav tirnbui rroni the  followiiik described land- on the Adams nvei m  ijilltiool distru I 1    , 11.  vi  No 1 Conimincins'it .1 iiosl market ���������). M  Nolan's soutli-wost eoinei, planted on llio we-t  baiilf of \1l1nis nvei ibout i"; miles fiom liim-  Tu.n l.ili.tlicneo irotllr 10 eliiiins, tlu-neo east  lGOchams, thenco -ontli 10 chains, thence wosl  100 chains to pi ice or commencement      ,.,,.,  No 1 Cotniiieiic.ne'.it .1 post ni.irketl .1 M  Nolan's noith-.wes! eoinor." planted on thewi-si  bank <.r Adams, live, about, .i'i mil.- [1.1111 luui-  Trrni lake, thence sotilli II) chains, llu-ncecas  11,0 chain-. I hence north 10 chains Ihencowosl  1(10 chains to nl ico or ctmiriiencoiiieiil        '  Dated the r.lli d.iv of beptembe., I'Wi '  J   .Vi   NOijjV^  ATOTK'i: is hoicbv Biiont iirltliutv (liivs.ifter  IN    ditto I intend t. pie to the (.lin-f Umi-  mission.-t-of J-uinds und \\oiks ioi.ispect.il  liceu-eto oil ami cans awav l.nibe. riom the  roltovMt!(.-ele-cnbed lauds on Hie vd.uns Knot,  Lilloo.'tDistirct: ' "    T.  No I C0111111e11c11iK.it a pnsf m irkt-d l-> "  Nolan's south-west coruei" planted on the vv est  bank- of jViiuns mer, about two miles r.0111  Tuni-Tnm lake-, Iheuee east SO chains, Iheuee  north SO chains, thence west M) chains, tlionce  south SO chains to place of commencement,.  No.- ('.Mmi.eiicin.riit a postmarked I- tl.  Nolan's south-east eoinei." planted on the west  bank- of Adams itvor, nboiil two mile-.riom  Turn-Turn lake, thence west SO chains, thoneo  north SO chains, lliencu e.i-t SI) chains, thenco  south SO chains to place (>r coiniiiencunieiil  Dated the lltli clay or September, 1'lUl  I,   It   rsULjjVtS.  Will open next ueekpn R. GprdonVBlock..Second St.  A first-class assortment ol cutters from the celeb.ated t  factory of J.fB.   Armstrong, and,, Co.,   Guelph,. just  received and oh sale.  en  Unit  thirty  dajs | -vVoTICK is  hereby given  that thiily iUy*,  ���������'         jJJN    alter date I h.teiid to appl.vjo lip (.lief  _b!���������m.*lonor   ct  ..l.a,..ls  and A^o,ly tfo.^a  follow ing deser  Liillooct Distnct:  LToU -Kmcnoingata post planted on tho  west bunk of Adams r.v c-r at.t e foot of 1 u ;  Turn lake und maikod lv.atlieiiiiOf^oinns  so .west co. nor post," t iei.ee- north 80 0ha ns,  tbenee east 10 chains, thoneo south Sll cliauis,  tho!!ec west SO'chains to place ot commence  thoneo  "No 2 Coinnicncingatapost plantedon the  west bank of Tum-Tuni lake at I ho \>>���������}���������.  Adams 11 vol- 1e1ul_.111.v1 keil  "Katlioiine Nolan's  -VTOTrcn i- hcreoy Rtvon tliutlHitv davsiifler  J\' date t intend to..ppls to llio Uucf I mil-  mistione-r ot Lauds und Winks foi .1 special  license to cut iind canv aw.15 limber from the  followinBdescribed lrtiids on tho jVdanis nvoi,  Lillooet district:  , ������������������,   .  No I Commencing at a post niiii l.ecl 1 -V  Kallihoo's north-w.-t coiner." plunted 011 llio  Asl bink or Adams nvei, aboul .Vi niil.-s fiom  Tum-Tuni lake, thence south SO < hams tlionce  eust Ml chains, thence mirth SO chums to place  oT commencement ,.,   .  No J Coninieneing at .1 post innrkod I. A  l-'allihee'- northeast (oini-i," phiute.l on the  west bank of Vdam, river, nboiil .A, miles from  Til...'Cm" hike, llience we-t Ml chums, hence-  -until ������) rl.rt.ti-. tlienti- e.isl SO cb.iins, thence  north SOehain- lo place or t.iniiiicncenienl  Dated I he rah dny of f"-*:}.''''^'''^'/^! p |:i;'  Airrcetl on One Point.  "But I arc so unworthy, darling,"  he murmured as he held the dear  girl's hand In his.  "Ob, George," she sighed, "if you and  papa agreed on every other point as  you do on that how happy wo could  bel"   Stiperifltloiii.  "What! Did you let the examinations  go by again, Carl?"  "I'll tell you, father. On the way to  the college I met an old woman, and  then I turned back again."���������Fllegende  Blatter.  Alwnyo   flie Mode.  "Yon don't care much foi display?"  "Not much," replied llio very wealthy  man.  "Yet I here is some .s.-il Israel ion in not  being wholly out of slyle." t  "That is the point cxnelly. The  filings Hurl money bu.vs go nut of fashion in a Tow months, but llio money itself becomes lnoro 'stylish every cen-  tHry.". ...  p....-         M.ulhcosti������inoi."Uionceiii������yiWBliaij*Uiwiw  west SO chin ns. thence south SO cli.tnw.uicuce  east SO chains to place of ooinmonoomont.        '  Dated the Utl, day ^^^u^_  -������-r-ni-irn. is hcieby given that thirty tlnj-s  N������i for date I' mteifl to apply to the Ohio  (ion,,, 1'stone, ot Lands and ^0.^ forftjpot yd  license to out am cans away .^   '^,'tn s Itivc^  following desciihed lands on the Adtiins rttvei  111 LillooeC Uistncf ���������,���������,i-n.l"l  \Vr  No 1.   Comincneiiigat apis-jiiiaiked   .. vv  SH!' b"!o,c^,^Scc^i1i&^;;^:  thenco south 10 el.ttt.is lo place ot eomnienee-  " Nlo'"2    Coinnieiiciug at a post nmrl.c.1 -I. "'���������  L.-allihee's noilhwcst coiner,': plantud 011   tin  incut.  iratc-d tho IGUi day of ^������^Xl?.IIIKK.   '  DIAMONDS  and a  eoniplcte line  of the  GENUINE  "1847  Rogers BrosP'  Knives, Porks,  5poons, etc.  , ets carefully ctnimnc.l flii.1  pinpetlj f'ttcd tnthebest grade  "r:A ^r  Kcpulrlng.  nmrke.   "J"'- Ui.vton'-.soutl.vvc������t<-o.ner post  licnce- cast SO ulmnis, thi'iic-  unit 1 8}  c in ns.  tlloncovve-stSOcliai-is.tl.ei.eo sul.tli M) dianis. ,  to Tiomtof coiiiineneeinont ?  No 2 . ('oiinneneing at a po-t pin nted on I 10  vv es? bank of the Columbia 1 h or iu. ">������������������������!'  of Maloiloy creek antl m"������rl>eil ���������' >^; '>,',?  nniHieast corner post.- Uionco'vvfl J leuiins.  thence south M -bains, thoneo cast 10 elmin������._  thence 1101 th 1WJ chains to place of commence-   {  monl-        ���������- ,������       .IjVS. UUXT0N.\  Novb 18th.'1D03 _J  __  ��������� -^ ��������� ^  ���������XTOTTCJ: is heieby k.voii th.it thirlvtlavsiifter  IN dale I in end It. npply Jp U>'" P''"'r <���������'"!������:  mLior.t-r of Lands and Woiks fo. .1 special  iconsotoc.1tandca.r5 nwav limbor riom. tho  rollovvbig descubed lands on tho Adams river,  Lillooet tl.sine!: ,    . ���������'.  r  No 1. Commencing at it post nun l.t'd ".[. I.  Fnlhhee's south-west corner post, planted on  tlevvost bank of Athims rivor, abou 11 m los  rtrni Tum-Tmn lake, thenc e.isl I Ml c in lis,  trorrco north III ohntiii, tlionco west 11.0 chiiuis. ,  theiice south 10 chains to plt.ee ������.r coninierrco-  '"No.'a. Conimencmgat a post niiirktid "J.J-  Falliheo's norlh-east ci.nrt-r,' planted on On-  west 1 ink of 'Vda.ns river, nboiil 7 inllos rii.in  Tum-Tiin lake, thenco tvest 100 c 111 us. hoiit-o  south lllcliiini-, thoiico east IIW cl.nliis lionc(|  north lOcliiunslophicoof c.imiii(Micom(iil.  Diiti'd tho llltl, day of Sl)I,i,Iul,j1";.r;v J^'i,,,;,.;      v  thence north SO chains to place of commence  "No.'-'. Commencing at���������a nost niarkcd "J.C  Nolan-- north cast eome..' P an ed o tin! vvu.  bank of Ailiuns nvor, about two 111 p.11",;;"  foil. Tun.-'lum lake, tlienee vvest SO c a s.  thence Kititli Ml chaiiiH I he-nco ������"''������'*" 5; '^ ^'  Ihonccnoilb SO chains to place of coininciiee  '"Dated I I.o 1.7th day of September^_l������fjAN  jViiirOipniglon-. li. Rocks, best laying  stinins antl good bud-, cheap; eggs in  season. Arthur Stewart, Mt. iolune  P. 0., Victoria, li. C.  TTtOUND- A valuable fur glove at C.  p P. It. stiiliun. Iixpuie ot JJag-  gnge M.isLei.  from t  N . on lencingitt ,1 pout pla...e-.l on tho  ft bank of  tlio Coliiinb n rive'.- about Vi in loi.  ���������low Snipiise latiids "ml marko I   O. A. ���������'������������������-  in-s riorthwest coiner po������l."   hene-eson  1  lalns   thenee c-nst IliOclmlns tlionconniIh 10  ml"!.; tlionce west KM clmlim I" Jibico o( cum-  NopJ.''0roninit-nolngal a lioit plaiiti-d Oil Ihe  -ft    at k otihe Columbia rivet ah,iiitl-J in    h  e'lnw S.upiise i,i|il.lR and '������������'O.A,   11J  ������������������'s,ot,tbc-i.st eoinei   l.iji"������������������} >     ������ ��������������� " ,  left  liel  chni^Mhon��������� w^i'lW' ch,ih>(.bVh,...ceH,..,.h 10  chains. I hoiie-u oust 100 chains to plnce of cone  iiiuncenieni.             '   '         a, A. JOIIDAN.  .Nov. lSlli.lSIW. '   ���������                ^Te^ibJ  given that 4lihtv dnjs  ���������  ���������-- to the Chief  -vro-rioi.  \ after date I intend 10 apply to Hie ' '"'f  Comnissioiini of Ijindhaii.l \Voiks for a special  lireiis > to1 cut and cany away tlmb.-r fnmi the  fonowingde-sciibed lands on the Adiu.iH rlvoi,  To������t dCo,r,imc,iol���������K at n i-o-t mni M''^  olim's nnilli'vvesl coiner," plante-.l on the wo-H  XorT.u.,Tui,.pkea:,d  ,1   Uielii-ad  Lillooet district'  Ni  Adams' A".'...' 'thelico-e'-asbso oiiah.,. ihcnce  soiit SO "li. h-. thence west Ml chains, thenco  nort   SO chains to place or e01n.11e110e.11e 1 .  No 2. Comincnehignlanost maktd U.  Nolan's noi I li east eonioi. planted on t ho w. H  biuk of Trun-Tiim lake, and 11 Ihe heml ol  Ad mis river, tlionco fiimtli SO clia.hu, heiicn  wcstSOclai.iK, U.encc north SO chains thenco  east Rf> cliiitni" to place of coinniciiooiiiiMit.  JJatcd this lltli daj of September. 100.1  OST-O11   Wednesday  evening be-  Presbyterian church  and  tvveeli  I  t,lcles.vv.,,ppedinc-ott..:..ag:   Im de.  please reluin to Kooteiiii)   Al.ti  office.  ANTED  TO  HKNT-Two  frcnt  ;���������   Tnvlnr   block,  office-.    A poly  ^W^rooms   b'7'Liy'b>rv>block,   each  ]2\--ll) teet, snit.ible for  loSihbnld et Field.  ���������*  ������ ���������������* "Itrt"

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