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 b������������~i&s������=>!=~  ��������������� ytfr-.'       .-t*4* n ���������'���������"'Ift.rTTJWai *���������_ fffl *���������  B*ag������ofcM^������������atrtja������*a  J.gr>^  A'  I 'll  -     v, *  1,11  . b, ���������',". '���������'  nm -,  tl.NEST} LEATHER[pGOODS;;  "in Ladioo' Shopping Hug's,  Purses', Crml  ,-   Cnscs.'HnndkeicIilef Holtleis., _etc ,'  --'-.-,���������_-.u _- Selling cheap nt      .".-  Bews Driig Store.  i&Tz.'Afi  Rcadiaf R������ob*  '    ' ,0  fl   ^LiLgjjjM^     Po i ~4.r .  -^ U!pilc:m' , ,  7 < ',r  <>   NEW PERFUMES  '��������� lloubigniifs "Ideal      IJogcr ic (jallutV  "Violet .Morvcilli',' "Iteie l'*J(Airi."  Bews" Drug Stbre  Vol., 12.���������No. 37  ' '    T '  i.rl'lw'iM,-*.  ,/.      .a.    V.'  REVELSTOKE, B. C- DECEMBER 10, 1905  li  //J  Y  y..' *��������� ���������  HELLO,' 'CIIIL^REN,*'.^  will beatc'.B.,Hume*  & 'Go's store till XmttsVEveV  .- Just drop  me a lineKtteUingJ  ,   me what you want'a*nu'Pwill1',|  attend  to it.    You. will find'".  my'letter box just'outside the  front door.  "You  wont'.even  "'need to" put a stanip<An bit..  Just put it in an envelope'and  address it to ,,     ', ,   '  ���������:      "SANTA'GLAUS;" <  The Children's Friend.',  CHRISTMAS  AT THE  STORES.  '< The stores  of Revelstoke'  never!eluding  case .pipes,   tobacco  looked better than they do'for ,tlie I in   imitation    of    curling   sto  PRESENTATION.  11 aj  I  ft '  Ll*,;:  ��������� The store belongs  to tlio peo-,  pie for the next two weeks, as  j '       p  it   always   does.    'Wo 'have'  , special,displays.    Gome  and  1  see"'them'.  'Wc hav.e'a. spe'ei-,'  ��������� ally nice line of' presents' suit-.  able for .ladies.  ,*- P'f:~". A'  -'i -       r ���������>     ,    ^.   ���������  ���������/���������'',',' >.-. - -'fo.  , Beautiful CutbGlass'arid^China; j : ;-.-B-: \P0ff'M  >i"-:- Magnificent"^ Cases'^:^'I  -     .: /   Lovely Oxidized Jewel - Cases .;  V-      Handsome Small-Pieces, in Steriin^  FOR1 GENTLEMEN���������  '- ' '   ;;���������    ~   "~"    "r   ;f:?$I?#$$  i:;v > Nice Sets of Ties'in FancyvBoxe^gg,^;  J " 'A   Nice, Dress Shirt Protectors" ���������' 'fp':Mp$!  -     jNice Smokers' Suits     .-,    ��������� ., tfv'������ xtt  Nice Silk Lined Gloves ,  Nice,Hockey Shoes,  In every department  ^ gifts for your friends  ���������'[.'ft:1"-'**:,- ���������'���������'*���������  'V//-.f'VV-* '��������� '*���������  '   - ���������*      n'  Christmas trade this season, * the  supplyof articles suitable for presents, both useful anil ornamental,  being unusually large and well  selected, and at prices lo suit all,  while the supply'of household and  table requisites for the Christmas  season is ample to supply the .most  fastidious'. ��������� , ���������' i  you'will find suitable and acceptable, _ ;-.\v  .   *     i .: .if. '.'.{'/*-. ^y  i ���������       ; r **"''���������!-���������-',p ' "5.C--'  ���������  . ~:rp-������A\A  *  DEPARTMENT STORE.  Dressmaking,and Millinery. Departments^ -A;|  a  -,".-���������!���������������'f:'->f-  THE'-X: EGEORGE, COMPANY,  A'  V -,o  FOR   THE  XMAS   TRABE  AT THE BiG BARGAIN HO0SE.-V  Is  '?       ('     VI       tf-^  - Why Pay the  Big Price . elsewhere .yhehj  I we can give You reductions like these.';... ,  ^~~"      "T-3   OFF  ALL OUR  Men's Furnishings; and.Clottiing,  "1-3 off * '������������������*y<K~  o , ALL OUR "'"..."      .  JDTiT������~   GhOOIDS!  *  1-3   OFF  ALL OUR _ .      ���������'  Fancy Goods and Small Wares.  " ^1-3   OFF  ALL  OUR  SHOES   AND   SANDALS.   EXTRA SPECIAL  ,-. ���������������"%.  The Balance of Our,  Women's Jackets,  Women's Rain Coats;  at HALF-PRICE  TERMS FOR THIS SALE STRICTLY CASH.  THE A. E. GEORGE COMPANY.  CANADA   DRUG   AM)   BOOK COMPANY]  are exhibiting a beautiful lot -of  thousands of Christmas' cards and  calendars, Gilbert' hand-painted  calendars framed in oak, all new  designs, toilet and manicure sets,  dressing cases in solid ebony, serving sets, leather goods, cuff and  handkerchief holders,, BBB ,case  pipes, cuff and handkerchief  holders, souvenir spoons and trinkets, smoking, sets, ash trays,  mirrors, jewel boxes, perfumes of  French.-'-English and Am'erica'n  makes, newest .styles of atomisers,  rmisic cases, writing portfolios."in'  leather- nicely .fixed A up,- .-.work  baskets,-large assortment of-purses  and ladies'."chatelaine bags,, fancy  safety ]inkbottles,w'drinking ; cup's;  something new , ins- vases, , the  material being brass and copper,  "ebony military brushes,'nice; line  of fountain (pens in cases suitable  for mailing^ sterling silver knives,  forks and spoons, Boys' and Girls'  Own Annuals, Chums,' Leisure  Hour, nice line of oak .goods,"biscuit jars, trays, &c,, smoking sets,'  Picturesque Revelstoke, swell lines  of books,, including children's and  good .books suitable for gifts,  " Beauties of the Art Galleries ,of  England," " Birds of United States  and'Canada," all. the latest hooks  and poets, handsomely .bound in  leather,.toy books for children, the  new/games of' the 'season,1'--large  assortment of- substantial Jjpy&;- nice  diHfies,,cupS'and saucefs,"inchidibg  real 'German "and;fe'al/gbldr"moun1;ed  ware. '    "'" -'- - .' "-'-  JCNIGHT  AND   DEVINE       * ������* ,  are offering attractions in ' gents'  suitings.    ' .  CREsSMAN. AND * MORRISON       ,  ������, . -    J" .      ' ,*      '  report thepbest season they have  ever" ha'd, an"d--are-'employing-eight  hands." They a"re"ar"ranging-4o!go  intot the - semi-ready business, re-  presenting;a,Montreal house.'   'ait *  ; 1      ."-; H, .MANNING     ,.  .   ���������  has a novelty in his .window'in the  shape of a house\built of candy,  and in addition to .his own makes  is offering ,a large- assortment of  chocolates, candies and other sweets,  and fancy-goeds. ���������,,"���������-'  J.   GUY-BARBER    ���������' ' ;  is as usual to the front with a fine  assortment of cut glassware suitable  for ' Christmas presents, sterling  silver art ware, clocks, diamonds  (of which he claims to have one of  the largest stocks in .the interior),,  gold goods, bracelets, Caiman  bracelets, ladies' umbrellas, jewel  cases, ormolu gold clocks, mirrors,  sterling silver mirrors, manicure  sets imported direct from New York,  sterling silver spoons, Ifcc.  '' '      ' V.   BURNS    AND Cob  have arranged for full stocks of tlie  season's delicacies in meats and  poultry, fish, oysters. They are  getting in a couple of carloads of  extra-fed beef from Nicola for the  Christmas trade.  ' .1. g. macdonald's store  presents a nice appearance this  year. Thay are better able to suit  the public than ever before. .Since  last Xmas the store has been enlarged by putting in a large boot  and shoe department. 'Mr. Mac-  donald only carries boys' and men's  wear, to which great attention is  paid to high-class goods. The  store is tastefully decorated for  Christmas, and is noted to be one of  nicest and most up-to-date men's  furnishing and clothing stores in  the interior of B.C. We might  state that Mr. Macdonald is agent  for the famous Fit Reform Clothing.  Any person coming to the city-  should not miss calling at this  store.  C.  R.  HUMH  AND  CO.,  LIMITED,  have never made a liner window  display than now. There is a fine  stock of silk umbrellas, handkerchiefs in fancy cartons, ties in  souvenir boxes, mufllers, ladies'  goods in fancy cases, real leather  hand purses and satchels, manicure  sets, sterling silver small pieces,  jewelry cases, correspondence  cabinets, plated mirrors, holiday  linens, special waist and dress  lengths in fancy cartons, children's  toys, ttc. ; and in the grocery department fruits of all kinds, G. B.  chocolates in fancy boxes and bulk,  Japanese goods, hand-painted  china, dinner "and tea sets,' cut  glass, layer raisins, figs, dates,  water sets, and new stock of  Christie's biscuits.  F.  G.  BROWN  has one of the finest stock of pipes  and smokers' supplies in B.C,  in-  meerschaum pipes, chocolates,  candies, and all 'brands of tobaccos  and cigars. ,     _  j:. j.,-bourne ' ' '-  has a good stock of ni en's "and boys'  clothing, boots and shoes, hats and  caps, boys' underwear, rubbers, ttc.  .   ;       , w. iREWS ,  has his.window prettily decorated,  'and within is,a line supply of holi-  daygoods, including 'ebony dressing cases'rulining in value from '$5  to .1i2S,-games1 for old and young,  good assortment of photo frames  ranging in value from 45 cents to  $1.25, albums jioets, Shakespeares,  Henty's aiid Pansy books, Bibles;  hymn books, gift books, perfumus?  Xmas cards and calendars, leather  gooilp     ���������   ,     , j   . '  ���������   SCOTT AND IWI'S   (     "   ���������  are.showing a good lino of Iwecds-  and gents suitings -and are, ready  to.fit you out for Christmas.    ^   ,  the j-jAwkenok hardware' company  ���������     ��������������� I ,    . ' .J"      '        r   - i j     -  has. made'Ja' magnificent display  the window^ being one ,of the best  seen in the city ,* aiid, lighted up  with_ miniature electric lamps.  Among their holiday gift, stock is a  fine, assortment of Standard plated  ware, guaranteed? in 'berry, bowls,  butter bowls, tea sets,' Rogers plated ware' of all kinds, cut glass  goods,' sterling silver novelties, a  large assortment vof,''all kinds of  skates,- imported direct from* the  ma'nufacturefsVcas'e carvers,, fancy  lamps, complete line.,'of, Rochester  nickel plated ware, holiday goods,  splendid ,line of pocket knives',  razors, -Gillette's safety 'razors,  electric ���������' toys and!-motors, boys  watches, new games,-ifcc.  A ".*'_.'', l b*>JB. WEnLS    * J  'bias, " an; -..unusually k fine   stockfof  clothing,-;gents'; -furnishing,, and  ''fancy; goods.^ ";:|^ ,'- "-1 - - ���������   ';"'," ������  i-    ' - 1I0BS0N, AND BELL  have a fine holiday stock .including  fruits of all. kinds,"^Japanese and  Naval oranges, , Malaga , grapes,  California arid'Smyrnafigs, apples,  dales, full line of chocolates, fancy  biscuits, Christinas'cakes and plum  puddings, nuts of alP'kinds;-���������'���������"*- "-;  - -BOURNE BROS.  ' -J  have a fine showing of crockery,  glassware, china,*jardiniers, lamps,  Christmas groceries, ' including  Malaga grapes, Japanese and California oranges, bananas, nuts, figs,  raisins, dates, chocolates, cutlery  carvers, pocket knives," -' razors,  Christie's biscuits and Robertson's  confectionery: They have just  opened out a carload of Quaker  canned goods. ' "  ' A. E. I3ENNIS0N  is prepared to supply Christmas  cakes, plum pudding, mince .pics  and all kinds of cakes.  THE' A.   E.   GEORGE  COMPANY  are stocked complete in all departments. In the men's department  are latest novelties and nicknacks  ���������new ties, smoking jackets, kerchiefs, gloves- In the' ladies' department are silk wear, fancy  goods, and burned leather effects,  and a line stock of embroidery,  linens and lawns. The kid glove  slock is complete, and the firm are  offering their c.stock at reduced.-  prices.  RED   CROSS DRUG STORE  has a well-assorted stock of  leather 'goods', fancy goods, cards  and calendars,' children's books,  presentation books, 'lino stock of  Lowney's chocolates, prayer books  and bibles, souvenir goods.  jarsjjAddress of. Congratulation   to  nes,H ,     w   iPnwan.     .  RKID    AND    YOUNG  have a better stock than ever in  furs, plain and fancy silks, drapes,  children's clothing, &c.  j. n. wood  has a good assortment of furniture,  pictures, and   articles for the comfort and beauty of the home.  II.   IIOWriO.N  lias tlie finest stock of furniture he  has over exhibited, and in pictures,  carpets, furnishing nicknacks, his  store offers a splendid selection.  K.    M.  AI.LUM  is showing a large stock of ebony  brushes, diamond rings, umbrellas,  gold and silver handled canes, beautiful pearl and gold jewelry and  novelties.  The  Most Suitable Christmas  Present for a Man  is a Good Pipe or n Box of Cigars that  can be smoked. We have them in  every size, shape and flavor. Wc know  their favorite brand. Ladies day  every Friday till the New Year,  Brown's Cigar Store.  CHRISTMAS;  A Souvenir given away,to each customer from now tilf Christmas. _ Your  credit is'good; - Ten per cent. off. for,  cash.���������JOHN- t. WOOD, THE BIG  FURNITURE STORE.  W.   Cowan.  On Monday night a auuilier of  friends of \V. Cowan nnisluit'd and  called on him at his residence in the  Oowiin IJJIocU to (*.\|iiess their con-  gi'iittiliitinn on his h.iving taken unto  hinisclt a wife, though lie Mi'crcedetl in  keeping the secret, so well. Then* is  no man who litis done inoie for Jtevel-  sloke or" sho wed greater public spirit  Minn Air. Cowan, .and nd vantage was  taken of the opportunity lo show him  that the citizens of Kevelsloki! appreciated what he has done lor the cily  and district.' 4The Mayor, on lieliall of  the .assemblage, read the following  address :���������  W. I'nvviiii, J"W��������� R.'voKl.il,.).  J)i!.ir Sir,���������Y.iiii riniiiv Xi iiniili in Kmi'l-loKu  havu lo.iciic.l witli plo.'iMirn llinl juu lluvo'.it  Inst joiiiwl tliu iiuil.s .,1 tlio IIijikjiIiU*,, anil l.uvu  .milled llieinsolviK (.1 tins ,,p|Mii(iiiiijj t>,  I'oiivuy ti. you anil Mis", ("itvva.i an u\jinj-.siun nt  llioir ioKiir.1 nutI o-tuom Inryoii, anil lliuii ln.|io  thill .v.iur inairicil liTo iiinj lit) lo.iK i.ri.J,  lilurisrnil, .ind tli.it jou will r.>i many sua.-. (..  tonic cunt inn,) tn i-0-.i.lu in Kuvul-tulu, whuio  ill.' to lie round si, in.my ovLionel's ������r vmii  public spirit ami onluipnso, anil .vour ii>-  -cnihii',1 fiienils .cplcM' Unit ji.n uiccpl tin)  .iccoiiipanjini,' uho-l nf storlhiK srlvo. as a  lukon of llioir loirni.l foi yuu. '  On boliair of .vour friun.ls, '  11. A. UUOVVK. ,  " Mr. and Mrs. Cowan wore then presented wilh a handsome' chusL ol sler-.  ling silver, antl those piusenl, having  joined in < their expression of good  wisher*,'Mr..Cownii.fch.iiiked them for"  the handsome gift, and n pleasant  social evening was,spent. .  RAILWAY  FATALITY.  Our Grocery Stock is as usual'well to tbe front.      -,  -  INew Nuts Fruits, Peels, and Finnan Haddie  are .vow IN.  Brakeman  Killed- at  mouth.^.'  Beaver-  On., Wednesday, Lwhile n train in  charge of Conductor Bruce was shunL-  ing at Beaver mouth Brakeman .1. II.  Davison was'coupling'ears, when the  engine suddenly backed, and a steel  rail slipping from a Hat car he was on  caught and, tlrovehiniagiiinsta box car,  inflicting; terrible injuries. He was  removed to Golden Hospital,' wheio he  died yesterday morning. The body is  being sent e.rst for interment in charge  ot" Brakeinun McNeill. ^Deceased had  been",employed on the division for  some months. An inxiiest was held  at Field yesterday. v  b    *  ROSCIAN OPERA CO.   ���������  The Rosciah Opera'* Co. made  their l first appearance here last  night in Sousa's well known opera,  ^Ef Capital,", andjudging!from J,he  'applause which-wasp-well -merited,  'the performance^ was greatly appreciated. Claude Amsden, in, the  title role, is an exceptionally clever  comedian, being ably assisted by  Jack,Leslie as Tozzo, the private  secretary. v Mr. Walters, the tenor  singer, needs no introduction to  the music-loving patrons of llevel-  stoke,'havin'g'been heard here .before with the Beggar Prince Opera  Co., ajnd his solos were rendered in  a ve'ib}' efficient manner.   - .-  Of 'the ladies special mention  should be made of the prima donna,  Miss Nola, who' possesses a very  fine clear voice and with apparently  little effort ea&ily handled tho work  allotted to her. Miss Hazel Davenport, as Estrekla, was very vivacious and chic, captivating the  audience with her'pleasing manner.  Miss E. George, as the Countess  Morganzn, and II. Campbell, as  Caramba, handled their respective  parts with ease., ' .  The chorus work under the able  direction of Mr. Hosmer was 'exceptionally well handled, showing  that not a"little time and care, had  heen paid to that branch of the  organization.- Tho company- .will  conclude their engagement tonight  with, Gilbert and Sullivan's well  known opera, "The"Mikado."   _     ,  . -^      *��������� >  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  MAcnimsTS.���������At the meeting of the  loe.il lodge ot the Biothoihood of Machinists held Monthly evening the,  following ollicers were elected for the  ensuing tenn: I'lesitlent, D. J. .hick-  ton; vice-president, It. Tiillon, secretary, T. J. Watbnan (ie-elcctcd); li-  niuicial-scci-ctiiry, .J. jMcKiio;trensmnr,  I'\ Uurke; conductor, .ras. Itobinson;  guard, Coition Knowlton; trustcch, 11.  Williams, W. Kecney and .1. Fulton.  I_ o. |������'.���������Court .Ml. llcgbie, No. IMlil  I. 0. F., elected the following ollicers  for the coming ycnr.C. K., K.1I. I-'retz;  V C it., 0. bell;.J i". V. C. It., Ed Mos-  ctop; R. S...I. S. Hooloy; K. S., lb F.  (Jayimin-, trciiBiirer, J. b. Smith; oni-  lor 15. K. Atkinw; organiser, W. A.  Siiiythe;S. W., J. 15. Scott; .1. W. b.  A I'Velz; S. Ii. 0. Austin- J. B., W. A.  Smythe; trustees, B. K. Atkins ami G.  Bell; linancc committee, b. A. Fictz  and.I. V. Sunnier; couit physician,  Br. Sutherland.  THANKS.  I __^_  Permit nic through your paper to  thank in the most cordial manner  those who took part in the presentation of tin* beautiful case of sterling  silver to iiiynell and Mrs. Cowiui on  Wednesday evening; last, the high  appret'iation in which it is held is not  on y in its value but m the manner in  which it was presented and the. men  and business interests that stood behind it. Youri. sincerely,  ---���������-u     - W. COWAN.  -  You can club the Pacific Poultryr  .man and Kootonay .-Mail, for *2.26  for the year 1906. Apply at Kootenay Mail office.  A great business doing in Stoves," Pipes, Elbows and  Cooking Utensils in granite, copper & Tinware.  , "/ IMMCES AND QUALITY GUARANTEED."  BOURNE'!Bros,  '  !lSl  wfm  '��������� &  s for f "���������'  Every. Man.  The "SURTOUjT;' is the beau ideal for  street, dress and evening wear.  '$22, $25 and $30.'. -      -      ' '"    '  . *   ''��������� *.  \ The'"BISLEY".is the overcoat for all  around'service.     Big and roomyA   Single;  and'double breas'te'd.    SjilS, $20 IcSSO.'.'. ,  " The VPREMIER"���������one^pt ^  the 'lia'ndsqmest 'of jtlie new cpii-;  A-servative"styles', -' ������15, $18 up. '.  jV   S-  . -7-7".   B j  r. Other " styles"'. in  ' endlessb  variet5r.  ,..     i  J.: G. Macdonald, Revelstoke. ^  ^���������TH-E-feEOLSONS BANBT-'4  Incoriiorateil b) Act of Parliament, 1S33. ,,  HEAD OFFICE, - ' - MONTREAL.   ,  Wji. Molson Macpiiersox,  Pios. S. 11. Ewixg, Vice-Pres.  Ja.mks* Elliot, General JIan.iger.  .    Capital paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  l"   Everything in   way of banking  business transacted without unnecessary delay.  Interest credited twice a year at  cm-rent rates on  Savings Bank  deposits.      _���������   ' ,W. II. PRATT, Manager, - Rkvislstoke,' B. C.  Merchant  i * * ' ,'       L    ~ '  Tailors. -  Everything" n gentleman "wfints in the line of tailoring.    ,  Our stock is new and-up-to date."  Pressing and 'cleaning promptly attended to.  First Street, Opposite Union Hotel, Revelstoke.  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords.     Best Wines,   Liquors, & Cigars.   ,  Rates $i a day.     Monthly rate.  JA   ALBEET      STOHSTE      PEOP.  IDOIsTT I  Think about what you arc going to buy at Christmas.  *If you   will   call   and   sec our 5-clection you can   soon   make a  choice.  Wc have the best selected line ever shown in Revelstoke.  Carvers in Case?..    Scissors in Cases.    Razors in Cases.  Batter Disdies, Berry Bowl.-,, Tea Sets.  Sterling Silver Good? in all Styles and the Latest Novelties.  Cut Glass Goods of the Late.-t Patioms ;  Beautiful Designs and at Prices to suit all Purchasers.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Limited.,  Decern   in l lha-dkfri^ Sto>:>2 and] TlmPutl: 5|A'������������r������'J LunfermSp'ti qui     j'  Sawmill Supplies, &;.    Plumbing and Tinsmithing,  .    lt|is|  ty I  1 -tei  m  191  i;  rt)  ml  i?*l  fc*  ; 58 THE KOOTENAY MAIL  'Zbe 1Koot'ena\> flDatl  I'UULISIIKD   SATURDAY.  ' ���������AT���������,   , ' '  ..        REVELSTOKE, B.C.  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.  Including po-tage lo  Knglnnil, Unikd Slntcs  and Cd iiiidii.  Bv the vcar llhrougli iioslolllcel , ���������       Sf Wj  H'alf       ���������' " "      '���������-.'  yuarter " " ' -',; .,.;��������� ���������������������������;��������� ������������������     "���������'  ,   Including Ctiiistmas Mail iOc. e.\lrn.  ADVERTISING   RATES.  ' Measurement;   Xoiiimrkl [12  Hue-, umko one  inch].     Preferred   po-ilion-.  l'.j   per  oc.il.  '.   additional.   Hii-th-. Mrirnnge;.,!in<l Ooulh-,  ���������Xc.  each   insertion.   'All   mivc-i-1 i-.omenl -  '-      subject,lolhenpiiiov-.ilol the iiiiiiiitgoinciil.  Wanted and Condensed Adicitiseineiils:���������  Aircnw Wanted. Help Wunleil, Situation-  wanicd.    Siumllon-     Vacant.     Iciichuin  Warned, Mechanic- Wanted,  10 woids nr  less 25c. each additional  word  two ecu I-,.  Changes in nUiiiding iiilvcrll^cnientB r.iu-,1,  ,   be in by 9 a. in. 'Ihiirialny ot each week lo  ,    ' secure good di-play.   Standing iidvorLi-ing  matter will be changed tvv Ice n month wllli-  , out,   extra    charge      Kor  more   ficniienl  alterations lhe nine occupied' in making  =ame vvill be charged at u-iml rates  ������'jUU PRINTING proi'nptly executed at reasonable rate.-.' ;        ��������� ���������*,  TERMS���������Ca=h.    Subscription's payable in ad,  i     rancc.  i,     ' **  1 (���������  UOKRKaPOXOKNCK invited con matters of  public interest. CoininiiiiieaUons to t'.di-  lor must be accompanied by mime ol  writer, not necessarily for publication, Dul  a-evidence of good failh. Correspondence  , rhould bo brief.  We requestour numerous renders to  favor us with tholi* assistance in  '       making- tho KOOTENAY MAIL the  '        moat valuable advertising medium  In ,tho   Kootonnys by   Blvliiff   tho  , preference    whon    making    purchases   to* those   llrms   who   are  rog-ular advortlsors iiv the KOOT'  NAY       AIL. ,    '.  an* llii"ii . pcoplr* i'iit lllfil lo any  syinp.ilhy. Hy their policy ul' invt'st-  ing iivvny from home thev have -n overt  lnrilois tAllie cily iii.d dis.li id in  which 'thi'V ciuiit'il t'hi'ir money, in  most nisi'H by hind worlv. Willi the  t*\(.('pli(iii ni' s-onic iiiinintj; foini'iiiiiii's  I here is rit't a loi.il I'lilerpiis-f' t Iisi ( liiis  licen a r,.ilnie,';iii(l in ,i Kiinviiij*, tlis-  Irift'liki* this, whcie I hen* is sin-li iui-  ini'iise iiiituriil weiillh, indiislri.-il ciilt'i'-  prist", .-ue cerliiiii'Ui Ininf? hig rr-tnins  in the future. The, York County  bonn, iMiiieoni Wireless, nnd imullier  (Mhlein concern look about $."(),'JIM) ol"  the <3iiviiiK-> <���������'���������' KcvelhtoUe pt'oplc, invest incuts- which nie pi-iicticiilly v.-ilui**-  los.s, w lib* lens thill in on (:y linnet! into  Ironic enlerprise, would liuve helped tn  build up I he,city anil district, would  have K'ven inci'f'iised employment lo  labor, nnd if htwidy dividends bud not,  bpuii" assured iiniiifdialely the result  would luivc been lolniild up "unlusti'ie.s  which, in a few yoari., could not fail I"  pinvc highly proliliilile to lhe investor:*,. What He-vt'lstoke and district  wants Ik a higher and irohlei public  .spirit, ^enci'diis in its loyalty lo ith  hoiiie enterprises, nnd .slow lo condemn  or knock lef,'iliinale' 'plana fur,home  developiiienl.  D  11.' i.U O K It I S,0 jV, ,   .'  ' ���������    ' I) KNT1 ST.  '     , Orrici::    "  o'HF.   NKW   LAWitKN'UK.nLOCIf.  '   *-    '    Mcltcn/ie Avenue.  E  DWAKD A. HAG GEN,  Mining Enginekr,  (Mem. American Institute Mining Kiiglnecrs)  Canadian Mining Institute.)  RlJVELSTOICI'ipB. U.      _ '  Examination,-^ and reports on Mineral l'io-  _pertics a Specially.    H  UGH    S.    OAYLI'jY,  Bnrristcr'nntl Solicitor.  OFFrOE���������Corner of First Street and  ' Boyle Avenue, Revelstoke, B. C"  HARVEY, McOAETER  ���������     , AND PIN KM AM,,  BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.  OrriCES :   Molsox3   Rank   Rlock,   Kbvbl-  STOin:, 13. 0.  Money to loan. , ,    ... ,,   '  Offices,: Revelstoke, 13. C; fort Steele, 13. C.  Geo. S. McCahter, '        -  A. M. Pi.n-kiiam/ J- A. llAJlVhV,  Revel=tokc, 13. C Fort Steele, Ji. 0.  J. M. Scott, LIj R.    * W. I.BriKBS.  OCOTT   AND   BR1GGS  ^     " *��������� -'        ' T.       '  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  -    ,    Money to Loan  solicitor.-- 3-on Mui.sons Bank   <-t  First Street.  ..Revelstoke, B.C.  .TEbelfcootenasflfoafi;  "SATURDAY, DECEMBERS Id, 1905  ���������REV-ELSTOICE AND' 'RAILWAY  "p   * '  RATES. -'*    -   '  We congratuldtc tlie C. P., R. on  'recognising and admitting the injustice  under which Reyel.stoke has luliored  since the distributing rate formerly in  force here was cancelled. B. W.  Greer, freight agent at Vancouver  says.  "The question of natural advantages  ovei- Calgary or Revelstoke were not  natural���������they were iinnalui-.il.". Jie  stated that they were unnatural in  the respect that it was not natural  that Vancouver should he able to  freight from Montreal cheaper than  the same class of freight could lie lauded in O.ilg.liy or Revelstoke.  "Now that is an unnatural advantage and that was what was meant in  the company's .reply to the Railway  Commission."' s.ud Mr. Oreor. "It i*-  inconect to ai-gue that the reference  to natural advantages in lho reply referred to Vancouver's, position on the  seabo.ud by reason of which she has  many natural advantages. That Vancouver is able losecuie lower freight  charges fiom Montreal than ?ither  Calgary or Revelstoke is due to con-'  ditions which cannot be controlled,  that is water competition.*'  ,. ..CORRESPONDENCE.    . ,  'lMlOOl" W.ANTKI)..  ICililnr I\(i(iI'I..nav,.M,*.ii��������� " ' ,  , Sir.���������The unfair ��������� attack in voui  piipei of Dec. 2nd by a eoiTcspoiidcnl  signed "lin|uisit(ii''' calls' lur (*nc or  two conimcnlt*,, Will the wriler conic  out over his ciwn sigiintiire and repeal  his st,.lenient with pi-ool'?'  I (piL'SLion if lhe wi iter is genuine in  bis ci y lor butter conditions" .-i**regards  gambling, and I dnnlil, very niucli il  lie has ever, HI ted ,-i hand lo *,tcni the  ton enl of vice in this lown. ',ln the  face of Lb.* many evils' in (lib. community, il is iKit'fnr any one to point  in an fusidioiis'inaiinar al. any "olliciiil  and niiike unfounded charges,'and expect such.lo face .ill the diniculliL'.s'of  the situation,' 'while,.(he. like of "Iii-  quisitoi" "its back in,bis obstuiity and  weakens a man's band, even when lit  is,disposed to do right. W7bat wc  want, today in ,Kevelstoke is a Public  Opinion which will say thai Lht* evils  must, he stopped. II is up to Inquisitoi  Lo come oiit boldly, and tackle the  evils'of I his ."open lown," antl lead in  a crusade'against vice and not in a  cowardly manner fiom behind n noni  tie plume strike al, olliciiil*' who, not-  vvitlisliinding bow great their desire  may be foi a better stale of atVairs, a I e  powerless (o act'unless supported b>  public opinion. -    ' <���������  The fact of the mat ler is, the  tentacles of vice ure so intei woven  with the business and, general life'jof  Revelstoke. lli.il il ii a task, beyond  the power of any. one man or, seL,,ol  inen,"tn change ' existing condiLioo.s  No one understands lhis better lhan  ���������'Inquisitor'" iind ihcrclore the un-  spwik.'ibli* me.inessql his alt.icK.  Youis truly,  AN1JU15W CtlCl-TllURN.  NAKU  Kroin Our Own CoiTcpoiidciit. <-  ,  Rev.,Mi*. Sjnipson una Alrs.-Siuipson,  of Airnwhp.fd, spent a few days in  town tin* guests of Rev. D. Kb nnd  Mia. Allan." <���������   ,    A  Miss jMcCiillongb, of liiirton,  was in  town for a few d.ivs visiting friends.  ,   Fnink   Bonnie,  of  Revelstoke,   ,vas  tluvvn foi* a few d.iys.  Mi*, and Mrs. L. J. Edwards 'are  away for a holiday trip to the coast.  E. Trelhawny is lelieving .Mr. J3(l-  vvaids at tbe station.  Rapid progress is being m.ido nt lhe  'repairs to tin* CJrand Hill.  The Poluiiitiei-Sislei*=- .-tie billed foi'  Ahriels I lull on S.ilui day evening.  The bazaar given by the Ladies Aid  of the Presliytt'i-i.in church w,i> a huge  success and "tbe ladies are to be con-  .'(-.iluliilt-d on providing such a inairnili-  cent display ol their handiwork. The  loonisof the Lei.ind House, which  Mis. McDoiigald kindly placed at the  disposal of Llie hulk's, were beautifully  decorated, and the various tables were  presided ovei- by tbe ladies of Lhe Aid.  The proceeds amounted to ovei" is IPO.  The quill drawn loi* w.rs won hy W.  Gammon, who piesunted it. again to  the Society.  "The Man from Borneo" v\ill -be  given by the Dramatic Club on Wednesday evening, Dec. 20th.    ���������  A butcher shop will .-oon b.* opened  in town. *���������   *  BULLETS OR BALLOTS.  Wlu-n n iii.-uil,.'i" of llie legisl.ituio  like J. H. Haw tliornllivv,lite .gels up  on u Vancouver pl.Ufoiin iind en-  deavois to incite the public mind to  the idea that this count! v ba.--to face  a battle between ballot- and bullets it  is tiiii" wi-er fouii'-el-p.-evaileil iiiiiotig  the electors win. aie I c-poiisil.le I'm*  the i el ui n of lvpic-('iit.ilivi��������� to p.n !lament. Canada i- mie nf IIn* free-i  COiinlii"s on lhe dire of the e.utli, anil  dry llie iiilfllig.'iit fVeici-i' uf t lie b.ill.it  any reform which tlir>peupli' vvnnl can  Iw ipe.iied. Under such conditions  the agitation uf the ideas of hl.iody  rt'V-olution in a I'onntiy when' Unpeople nu* law-.'ibiding and wi-h to  dwell in peace and h.-ii niuiry in-'  utterly uncalled for. The u-t* of sur h  liingnage by n I ('.sponsible legi-l.ii ni  lead.- one to doubt hi-- s.inily and  certainly to insist thai such a niiin i-  uttcilv unfit 'for such n'spoiisibilitii's  as attach to tin* good government of  the prrwncc.  BUILD UP YOU II IJ I STRICT.  The failure of the York County  Loan Company is another iiistnne.' of  Lhe folly of Revelstoke people invest-  ing their money in cistern concerns of  which they know nothing instead ol  putting their savings iiiLo home ent.'i-  prises which are can icd on iu their  midst under 'their, direct supervision.  Far-orf fields' look green and the  citizens of Revelstoke have lost  thousands of dollars' by their eastern  investments, which should be a warning ito their", for years to come.     Nor  ARROWHEAD  Kroin our own correspondent.  Dr. Mnrri������on. dentist, is at the Lukf-  vievv.  Tlie pulpit in the PresbyU'ii.in  eluiich v\.is tilled List Sundav evening  by Rev. D. ft. Allen of X.iku-u. Mr.  Allen's many friends here wen-glad to  see him again.  Itev. It. Simps.,n and .Mis. Simpson  -pent Sunday in Nakusp.  .Mi-, and Mis. MclCec.Inii.* .ii e i'*aviiig  I*'i id.iy for Or.t.ir i.i.  Mi-ses Wil-on .mil Kennedy have  relumed   In   llcvi'lstnki'  aft.'!'   n-hiut  V'i-il    hl'l*.'.  II. Kii k and T. Lndgal" in.ul.* ,t ti ip  lu Ilevi'l-tiike olii' ilay i In- ������i ek.  Mi.i ing hi- la-l lumling tiifi Mr.  Hut li ci land cipliil. il tvv i. line ul lei ,.  A ri bur M.i I-I ui ,��������� ii.t Mi-s Agnvs Mnl-  sonbavi! leliiincl In their Imine in  Albi'it.i.  TJ'SE  THE KOOTENAY CURLING ASSOCIATION.  i i ^ i  Rossland   Gets  the Bon'spiel.  The Kooleiiay luiiispicl ol IDOli vvill  be bcld in b'ossl.ind bclvvt'en lath Jan.  and ,">lh of I'Vli. '  lli'iciiller tin' burden of I he boiispiel  vvill not all be borne, by llie home club.  ,'J'he application ol Golden lor icin-  bliileuu'iil was granted..  ll was decided thai all clubs be invited lo ('(inlrilmlc to expensesoT next  boiispiel, and be apprised of not ice of  ninliou In raise' lee on ineiiibeiship  from I.'i io .".0 ct'iils.  The chiinge li'oin 11 I.o 12 foot rings  was approved.  The elect ion of (il'liceis was then  held, resulted: Pillion, Judge WiNon;  president, A. 1>. Mackenzie; vico-presi-  (leiil*-. ^V. G. iMcMyun, <iict'iiwood; N,  .1. C.ivaiiiiugh, Siindni), L. II. DeVebei','  Nelson; chapliiin, Kev. II. It: d'ant,  Rossland; st-cit'l.-uy-l,iOiisnrt*!',' II.'P.  iMcCr.inev. Russia nd;'coi ii mil Ice, 'prosb  denls of all clubs in association and 10.  >A. Campbell..WI .McQueen, liossland;  C. II. Parsons. C'olden; II. A. -Brown,  Itevelsloke; C. D. Blackwood, Nelson  1. (Jrnwfoid, Phoenix.- ,  And sii\o Wi.ipi.i'M foi I'i cm iunis.  ROYAL CROWN KOA I' has no c.|iiii..l  on thoiniirkot. Mrofin.s n, card and  wc vvill mail you. a 'catalogue illustrating tlio liciiiitifirl [iroiiiitiniH we offer.  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B. C. Limited  vsU...  Kootonay Lodpro No. 15 A.F.& A.M..  The regular meet-  Ini;.- nr e held in the  Miu-unlc Temple,  jdill'VllawK llall.on  the Ihiid Mondnyin  unci) month ,at li  pan. Vihitini?liretli'  ien cordially vvel  coined' ,  J'KOl'UNII.'i:. SrcKii'i'AKV.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO  12,1. O. O. F.  jMeel k evorj'Tluirndii'-  ovciiiiiKiiiUdd Fellows  Hall at ������ o'ulock  Vlhltintj brethren cor  di.illy Tii\itcd lo nt  lend.  <!. I). I'AIiMKlt, N.G. .1. MATHIK, Src  ;   BANKING.  /.   . .  "I'lie Bank' d'l locbeliign will opi'ii  biaiicbes'in Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Brandon and al one of lhe  Kiioii'iiay towns-. _  W.'.l. Walker. I..'Her'of I be Imperial  B,ink ill, Trout Laic, is being transferred to Arrowhead, and W. ('. Aril,  of Ihe Nelson branch, is being sent lo  'I'iout Lake.  ISonTBuy Smokers' Supplies'  ill sloies thnl, bundle them only, fur  the Holiday Trade, you" get cheap in-  fciior 'goods ate cxoi-biim't j.i-ices Hint  .ue not appreciated by the receivers.  .Wo havo the largest stock of Smokers  Supplies in the .interior ^to choose  from, at prices that .nuikc Hieii) soil.,  Liidios'day every Friday .till the New  Year, Brown's Cigar Store.   '.  ... .  A HINT TO.FARMERS.  Every fanner in Canada should read  the Family Herald & Weekly Star of  iMoiilre.il. It i.s without, exception the  best Family and Fin in paper on this  Continent,'.ind cost-! bul one dollar a  yearj including llioir most he.-iiilil'ul  picture, "l-iiit'cn Alexandra, Iter  Grandchildren and Dogs." ' ll is lhe  biggest dollar's woi I li od'ered this  season, and no farmer'should overlook  il. The Fanner's Manual & Veterinary  Guide issued by lhe same paper&hould  'also be in the hands of evciy fanner.  Pin (ii'iil.'irs may be li.id.al Ibis ollice  or* by writing "direct tii llie Fainilv  Uer.ild &,Weekly Star, Montreal. No  en lei prising farmer should be without  it. ,11. i.s lecoiiiiiit'iidetl by (be lies'  authorities. Sam pies can be seen at  this oflice. ���������    ,    '  '   ,  ���������A Certain Cure for Croup.  Wl'.cn a child .shows, synitoniSi,of  croup'theie in'no time tp ovperinicni  vvilli new remedies, no mailer how  ���������highly'" they may bo'recommended,  l'lieic is one preparation' that can  always be depended, upon. It has  been in use for many .years, and has  never been known [to fail;,viz -b Chamberlain's .Cough Remedy. M'"- M.'F.  Compton, of Mat'kel, Texas, says, of  it : "1 have used.' Olianiberhiiiii's  Cough Remedy in cases of croup.with  my children,'iind cm tiuthfully say  :t nlvviiyd gives prompt relief." * Foi  sale by all druggists. *  ��������� January" 1st,, is the date of the  Woodmen's cntcrtsiiniiiont and tlanc*.  Itcnicnilicr it.' ' .  Get a copy of "Picturesque Revelstoke" to send to vour friends.  Price .*H- "    '      "���������  ' and a Union Made Cigar.  ������������������JKURTZ'S OWN."  " KURTZ'S PIONEERS "  " SPANISH BLOSSOMS "  "S'ou   fini-b one witli   regret nnd  bngin another with pleasure.  I^or ?ale hy ai! good de.iler.-.  MANUFACTUREO BY  KURTZ'S   PIONEER   CIGAR  FACTORY.  MS, Conlovcr St., W.  VANCOUVER.    B.C.  I ius-1  i ouse  de, a  i-s  a niiin leqi'.ii'PS  junipeis 'thai lit  like a glove. . . .  Overalls of light  weight but great  .strength. Tlio  kind Jllmt' will  shed grease like  a duck's .back  sheds water.' . .  ."IIUCK     Itl(ANl)  . iwn mm n in.'iiiLii'.mrjjw  overalls in slioi t.  T he'y contain  iKino,but'llieTbcsl  of materials and  findings and nie  '��������� as carefully   lin-  I L  nd out  as a pan'  Ask your Dealer for the ', ...;  , " " BUCK     BRAND." ,  They 'always   bear   the  .Union  * ,..    ,      Label.      - ��������� '  -   M.ANUI'ACTUltED   Bv  Wm. J. McMaster & Sons,  LTD ,  vancouveiAb. c.  03%i  It should b������ borne in mind that  every cnld -weakens the lonjjj, l������rw-  ers tbe vitality and prepare* the  iiyitera for the more serious di������-  esuie*, amionj. -irhich ij-e the two  greatest destroyem ef bumAa life,  pneumonia and corisamptioin.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  ha������ won iu jre*t popnl������rit7 by its  prompt cnrt% ot thi.i moit common  aJlxnent. It ������W������ expectoration, re- ,  jlevea the rungs and opens the  iiecretions, ci7ectliig a tpeedy and  permanent care. It counteract*  ������ny tendency toward piwnmora.li.  Price 25c, Larga Slxe 5<>c.  Happy at Last  Hor Husband no longer ceti Intoxicated���������  +  Samaria TaHtele������������ Bem������dy Care4l Dim. t  This lady says: "For the first time  since I have been married I can  be happy, and content��������� my husband is cured of bis bad habit  of drinking.   Several months  ago you sent me a free sample  of'your remedy  at, my request, and without my husband's knowledge I  gave it  ,to him in his tea and food.  I then got a full treatment  and gave it regularly.    It is  wonderful, and I cannot sufficiently thank you for the blessed  . change it has  brought to, my  home," ,     . j  TrW i^jpfrflllP amipnmplileLKJvintffitU  tlto jtVlktay-C pa.Liculai-a.tfsiimoiual!!  and price senttiii'plain sealed envelope. Correspondence sacredly confidential. Address:  THi: SAMAKTA RHMKDY CO., 6S Jordau  Chambers, Jordan St., Toronto, Canada. ^   ,  LECKIE BOOTS  DEFY THE '���������"  ROUGHEST USAGE.    '  i-  'J'he)- are the staunch friend  of the logger, prospector and  miner, and the arcb enemv  of the custom shoemaker.'  LECKEE BOOTS can be  relied upon to stand the  severest strain that shoe-  leather is1 ever put to. They  never go back on a prospector or miner when far  from lire busy haunts of snen.  How much LECKIE  HOOTS will'save, you we  cannot say ; 'we do know,  however, that they will" wear  twice a? long a& some boots  "and a great deal longer than  mon boots.  Ask forLcckie Boots ; your  dealer has them, or can  'seenre them for you.  MANUFACTURED   EY  J.   LECKIE   CO.,   Ltd.,  VANCOUVER,  B. C.  \-(l'l|. K I.-- [fhUKISY 'irVKN* Hint iliiity  ;\ il ip ,ifi> I'.!..!.- I in'.i r .1 to .i|.|ily lo Hie  II.'iioi il.'i* t.,o ('liiLf ( oiriiiii--inrii.r ol tj.-mrN  ml W.irl.- '<>" ,i -|>'.1.������1 li.ii.s.' lo .'.it ,iinl  -urj .in,, ..inh'-r fiom Hi, following .lc-  -.���������I ih, il f umN in \\'( Jf IC..,li n ij <liHtn. I:  Cijii.rni ii, ii.^ ..t .i |,',-I ;jliuiiil i.u Hnllivan  ('ri.'k ni.'.rl.. ,1 M I*. Hruijliv. ,iIkhi( l������o mid -I  li ilf mil" l"r .nt i!" ii". illi. tlicri''.' 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H.*',rili'l    linn lo (I    " IIlK    lliMril  r,imili"r (''.ri f,.iny*H   ,Voitlti,i-l   foni.-i   I'imI,'  I III 11,"''   v\(.|   -') I ll'llll'.,   I llfll. f  "Ol.lll   H'l.illfll.M.  il.t'i������...o cnm. --;'. ..il.al.iK,. rliunco in.rr.ri tni ciiiiiii*"  I.o I.fjlnt. of i;fuiiiiii,ii':.:nit':iit.,  III.:   I'.l'.Nn Ijl/.MIII'.I! C.imivvnv,  I/I'D.  Noy'M. l!HI.-i.  Yon can   get  the   Kootksjay Mam.  and   l!iiHirie������'j   Mfiga/iiie , at   clubbing  riiiii   of   ifS'f par    an rut i'u  public'iitiorid.  ���������for  bo  th  v������  U^U^&tvijsnMs  t������$/.   thterfHf, <&/er& W Satesc/wiVt  z&4L<tL'          I f  /    "' * JI * Sf r  yf  ���������Axoofa>/d r^c^uiH^ OmM-a-mJ a/fenJ^m/ /U' /<hr7od&r  r       a /f ~ ,,."'"''  OCEAN   STEAMSHIPS.  oyal Mall Lines. '  ChoapostK-outo to tho Old Country. ���������  'AIjIjAN IjINE���������l'Voni Moiilroul.     "  Vlcluriiiii Sopt. 'ill  Iliivarlnii '..' Oct, li  Vli'Kliilnii Oct. IS  Tlllllhlllll  -. .Oui. -M  Viclorliui...'?  '.'....Oct.Ml  (JAN. PAO. ATLANTIC S. 8.-l''roin "Montroul  Ijitko Uliiiiiitilniii .-' '... /.Sept.'-'������  I.Ul.1! l-ii'Iu '. Out. 12  l..ll(0 AllllliKllM. '. Oct. Ill  DOM IN ION LIN K-I'Voin JVlont ruul.  Domfiilon.'. .'.Supl. "it  t)ttilvmi ." S'j|it. :w  ICoiihliipctun  '��������� Oct. 7  Ciuiiiilu '. , Out. II  Soul hvviir.1 ��������� '.: '.Oct. ill  Dominion , Out. HI)  AJIKUKJAN ijINK-l'Voin Now York.      ,  St. Paul .'..'. -..Sunt. Ml  New York Out.'7  St. Louis ' Out. II  PliiliKluIpliiii .' Oct. '-'1  St. I'imI...'...' Oct. 118  WIiri'E STAH LINJi!���������Kroin Now York.   |  Toutonic I Sept. 20  Oceanic ' '..'. Oct. 1  iMujc'htic .'-." Oct. 11  IlalUc V. .' .".' .-Oct. 18  Ten tonic....' '. '. Oct. 27  CUNAKD LINE���������J'*i-oin Now*York.  Ktrnria '. ' Smit. IIO  Campania Oct. 1  Unibriii Oct 1  Lnconia .'...' Oct.   1  Ktruria .' *���������������������������'��������� .......Oct.- 7  PasBciiftora ticketed through'to all parts of  Great liriliiin and Ireland, and at upociully low  latcsto all parts of tlie European contrnont.  j\liply to noM'cst railway or utoamahip agent or  to   ' '    ���������  i , '"' ,   ,A  T. W. BRA.DSHAW, Agont,  Ro  elatoko  W. P.F   CUMMINOS,   Pacific" Agent  YOUR CREDIT IS GOODFOR  "M  to  J  . ������13  R. HOWSON & QO'S  . FUNERAL DIRECTORS. AND EMBALMERS.p-  PICTURE  .FRAMING  P. BURNS& GO.  Wholesale and Retail .a    a   ; . '. _  .   . '"v   Meat Merchants.  r   ">    , f  Head Office, Abattoir and-Cold,Storage:.  ,- ;;���������' - ;*, '���������',-��������� ;, -..^^sf^Galgary, Alberta  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  *. i  '.''""J,',.    ABRAHAMSON   BROS., - PROPRIETORS.::. 0 . .     .   ._,,      -,  Newly built/,* , First-'claes in'every respect.A-All'-modern conyenienoes.  "*  '. '     '    ... Large"Sample Rooms.     ' Pf' '. "**'*'    - "''"  Rates $1.60 per Day," SpeciaLWeekly'Rates. , ; ,_, ��������� .-, .  iQueen's' Hotel,; Trout' Lake,; un^er", same fjmanagement .  The-Fall.:  -  ������������������  Showins of   .  Fancy Plates      ���������  Never in the history, of this  store have we shown so many  styles of fancy plates or so  many pretty .designs costing  little.  ,     ������    ' "  ^ In fact some of them cost so absurdly  little that you can indulge yourself without extravagance.  <I And then you needn't be afraid of  breaking them. *  ���������I The prices don't begin to correspond  to their real value. " '-  ���������I In dozens or single pieces.  ^ Then there are the finer grades, sold  in dozens only, made by "potters to  European royalty. You 11 manage to 'own  some of handsome new patterns, we dare  say.'  ' ' Here Is the cheapest good gun yet made. By lhe omission of the (ale downfuture we have'  .been able !o sreally reduce lhe cost of production and at the same time have kept the sun up lo the,  famous high fflarfiit standard of strength,' safety and durability. Notice the^clean I'mplidty of  this sun. The workmanship and finish ore peifcc!. The weight is only 7 pounds. The full.chdke..  barrels are especially bored lor smokeless, as well as black powder and so chambered lhat 2^ inch or'*,  29f* inch shells may be used. Several improvements in the operating parts make it the easiest, mott  reliable andbest working gun in existence. We are glad to make it. possible for every lover of guns *  and bird shooting to get this high grade repeating shot gun at so low a price, j ��������� j A ��������� - X -���������  r     Have your dealer order it for you. ��������� -'   . " -'--.'  Send for the fflar/i/t Catalogue and Experience Book to-day.   Free for 3 stamps. ������-.  7%e22fai&nJfire������zrms ^a^waiow sweet, New Haven/a.-  ���������A  Victorious Through Merit.  ,    TRADE MARK (REGISTERED NOV 24, !09|y  OXYDONOR triumphs through merit���������for years  il, has been the life guard of more Mian-a million  Iiursoiis. pit is tho, embodiment of the highest 'law  mown to human science. In it is concentratod the  experience of the' greatest scientist of tliu age. A  labor of love for Immunity.     \   ���������     , -        ���������.  No other agency for health has so many faithful  friends���������none other deserves bo many.  ���������OXYDONORinstils now life into the system; regenerates, l'ciuviKoralcs and vitalizes every .organ into tho  proper discharge of the' function for which Nature  lis use brings vigorous, health with all the vigorous activity that makes   life  There is no danger,  HOME  HOTEL  "TS-TCI-UB FURNISHERS  VICTORIA, B. C.  'nlcmlcd llioin  worth living.  , No matter what disease you ha-v e, this is tlio only natural cure for it.  no pain, no doctor nor medicine in using OXYDONOR. .-  It will last a lifetime and serve tho whole family. SEND TO-DAY for book 49 mailed free,  Write us a description of your case. * , ���������    -  INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM.  *Mr.1.Iiis. Anson, Kossliuid, R. (*.. Can., writes, March 11,1U0I: "Somo llvo years ago I got  (Kydonor for my wife vv Iio win. sutl'cring from female weakness. Aftcra week's use the doctor  himself .was surprised to Iind such iichango, in fact it was enough Co induce him to get an  Oxydonor for his sister.  ",V short time ngo iny wife had an at luck of inflammatory rheumatism. She could not walk  .ind her joints were lunch swollen. She applied Oxydonor, and before night the pain had  cciiscd-and next, morning there vvas very little swelling, and she could walk as well as ever.  She had a similar attack before we got Oxydonor, and wasj under a doctor's care for a month,  and suU'ored agonies."  ���������. . ' , . '  " It lias cured mo of a severe cold." ' ' > ' .   '  BEWARE OF DANGEROUS AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.     ,  The geiiuiiii, has the name of "Dr. II. Sancho& Co.," pliiinly.stampe'don its metal parts.  Dp. H, SANCHE & Co!,',  v-       -',' 2267 St. CATHERINE! ST., MONTREAL.  !i:i_> ,     i_-      , -  Dressmakers know  the importance  of litlle things.    It's the,  that make or mar the,  little things  big.  LAND NOTICE  MOTICK I.S lli:iti:i!V CIIVKN lh.it kMj-  J> il!i}M .if!< r-.l.il.. wc li.lciiil to iiijply lo lliu  Hon, Hi.' Clii.'f ('(iiiiiiilsiiniii.r of i^iiiiln and  Work* foi iH'riiilvJion to iiiireluiHCtlio following  'Icrrlljifl I.imp nil Hutu In the Ituvclxloku I)ivi-  ���������d.ji of Weft Kooteniiy I'lxlrinl. Commencing  .tt ,. |,'mI iitiiil.il on lhe ICnsl Hunk of the  (,'oliii.ililn Ith.T about ..in,* half rnllo norlh of  th.! month lit ('urn.M Creek, mid marked "I'.M  fr fl Co 1,1.1. I.>'h H. W. (Joiner," IhciiC'i Kast  HicLy (li.Lin-., thericn North eighty chitins,  Ihenre VVimi -ilxly ������ hiiln-c lie the Biii.ie more or  Iih-i Id Hie Kiwi Il,ink of Columbia liiver,  thence f.������llfjwu.ic the iiiiiiiiideringH fit the  Cfiliirnblf. Krver in a southerly direction to the  point of miiiincri.'fluent, eonuiluliig IWl nenv  rri.iri' or Ic-h.  Ii.iI.i.I l.hli 2'itl, d..y of Sopluinhcr, A.I). I!>i.3.  Tin; I'lii.N-cr: .MiNrx(i& Ur-.vur.oi'.MKNT  CO.VII'A.VV. IjIMITKr.' Maiiii.itv.  ���������iiiit Dec. ������l        . ���������������������������-.'.-���������    '  Tho Alnstcr Mcchanics'Piiro Tar Soap heals  and softnim the skin, whilo i.romplly cleansing  it of grouse, oil, nisi,, etc invaluable for mo  chanlcH, farrnarn, sport-smen. Free sample of  receipt of 2o. for postage. Albort Toilet Soap  Co,, manufacturer*., Montroal,  _ ones.  Beklirig's Spool / Silk is one of  the litlle things that,/ saves dress-makers  and tailors a world / of trouble. Twisted  evenly���������spooled / carefully���������free of  knots, kinks   /and weak spots.  ������.'.:**  ��������������� <*'.  Belding's Spool  Is the strongest, smoothest sewing silk for  hand and machine work.  Every shade, tint and color for all  kinds of sewing.  When you buy, buy BEADING'S.  g^HALP-TOMESjftil  [S**5S������  m!M^ 2I^C-ETCHIAiG57^^aEte;yw'  M%-  Cook's Cotton Root CompouDd.  The only bofo effectual monthly  medicine on which women can  depend. Sold in two degrees of  strength���������No. 1, for ordinary  cases, II per box; No. Z, 10 degrees stronger for Special  Cases, S8 per box. Sold by all  druggists. Ask for Cook's Cotton jRoot Compound; take no  -, sutsHtute. ���������  ThaOookModlolneCo..     Windier, Ontario.  'Wood's PIioBplioaiEe,  The Great English Remedy.  A positive care for all forms of  ���������w-www- -- -��������� SfexualWeakness, Mental and  BtroRE and attzb Brain Worry;.Emissions, Sper-,'  ���������matorrhoeai Zmpotency.'EBecta of Abuse or  Excess, all of which load to Consumption,  Infirmity, Insanity and an early erare. -'.Trloe  fl per pkg-, six for $5. One will please, six will  cure. Sold by all druggists or mailed iu plain  paokaee on receipt of price. Write for Pamphlet,  The Wood Modlolno Oo,, Windsor, Ontario,  ji     j,jf  !A", '  w  ���������m mssAmm ^'"T^^^^j^r^ '-"auw  wwtokmm  , ......jUt^  Ml"*'*''A'rt-agl.l.''-''.' '^b>������'���������?"-'v'g yjy^.vj.i wsj  j .���������i-r-i...'-*.'���������j���������a." -.     t^^it.^Ue^UuuHjMa&JsUawji/.....5VIiSa.-a..,.a-iiBsJEi..larfwius -Ji1,ftn1.-,"��������� .-JlJC^BaawfflBMjjrsi  AA  ''   / ' * f '  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  /  ���������i -,"<  38  Royal Household Flour  Is Always Uniform  ','; '���������Why?    ���������  It is one. thing to make flour 'pure, well  _ balanced and Strong, if, is another thing to  have it uniformly so���������to make flour that is  precisely the same in purity and nutriment  on Saturday as on Monday���������in" May as in  November."    '  I        t I    r j ������ I  , , Because the " Royal, Household " mills  ,'have the finest testing equipment available .���������  and unlimited resources for securing  perfect wheat, they _ can and l/o  'produceA-every working day in the  , year *���������; flour*' of precisely uniform  Strength, nutriment and purity. ',,-'  ��������� ' That is why Royal Household Flour,  i makes always the? very, beft ".bread and  paftry, year in and year out:  '   * --That is why' Royal Household Flour  is the mo������ reliable���������the moft successful flour ,  ���������and/being .scientifically purified by electricity it is-the purest���������the beSt of all flours.  ,    The next flour you buy ask for "Royal,  Househbld^and try it for yourself.  r>   'Li   -���������;* ,"        A '    '���������   '    -'   ��������� -J.  ; Ogilvie's Royal Household Floor.  ������ e a  Ji-  l>  '  P  1.  ;Ai���������iAL;;BANKpflPA|ANAI)AA^  ;' Capital*Authorimd, $1,000,000,   Capital Paid Up, $3 500,000.. Rest, $3 500,000. .  ��������� ',' '"'v Head -Office,- Toronto,- Ontaeio.  '���������' "Branches in the Northwest Territories, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.1 '     '  And   the following points in  British  Columbia:    Cranbrook, Goldon,      , '  Nelson,.Revelstoke, Trout Lake, Arrowhead, Vanoouver and'Victoria.  ,     -    - : c-" '      -   *    '   '  T. R Hebritt, President, ifr  D.'B. Wn.KiB,������Vico-JPresident and General Manager.  _, ' -   B. Hay, jissistantJGeneral Manager..' W. MorFAT, Chief Inspootor.  Revelstoke - Branch, B. C.AA General Banking Business Transacted.  .'.'. ���������- .      Savings Depar'imentb-De'posits"Received and Interest Allowod.'    ���������-/:"���������  ,, > 'Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United States aud Europe  Special,attention.given to collections. '_ A. E. Pnrppa, Manager  tg^mi@mM^mMiwmm%mmm  Bovril  the Kitchen  Economist  When   looking    over  your market accounts do *  you realize how much of *  what^   you    pay.  for   is  ���������wasted ? ' _   ^ -  *        '"   . \  Often the .bits that you' usually throw out because you  cannot serve them as they are, can be transformed into  delicious," toothsome dishes with 'the help of a little  BOVRIL.' Here's a dainty Luncheon Dish from,the  remnants of roast mutton:        -A      *    ^SKS  cooked mutton should bo  coated with a little salad  oil and vinegar and left  awhile, thon spread lightly with Bovril, coated  with thick frying batter,  and cooked a nico brown  in hot fat. A little grated  Eight pounds of prime beef is* concentrated in  - four ounces of BOVRIL.  chceso put on the meat  is a further improv enient.  Dram well and serve very  hot.  Bovril is prepared only by  BOVRIL LIMITED, LONDON, ENG��������� and MONTREAL, CANADA  ���������       By special appointment 1  Purveyors to His Majesty King Edward VII.  S������vb Coupon over neck oi Battle sad iet Beautiful Premium Picture.  The Action  of the ,New Scale Williams  Piano is* replete and  full' of  pleasant surprises to the performer.    It repeats       ^"~  as perfectly in the  Upright as  in  the  concert Grand.  Each key responds  instantly to the touch, ������������������������.  enabling the performer   to execute the most florid  and brilliant passages with the least physical exertioa  The New Scale WillUmi is mechanically perfect and tone perfect  "One of lhe finest wrd b������s������ we h������ve ever seen"���������  Pv P. Roblin, Premier cf Manitdbs.  B  B  B  B  B  New Scale Wiilioms .-Piano..ji  KmB0VBHBBBIIIillialilllBtllBfflBIBBIil111  Write Williams Piano Co. Ltd., Oslmwa, for copies of illustrated booklets  on the history and construction-of a Piano, or call at the local warerooms.  REVELSTOKE INSURANCE CO.,    -     iRevelstoke  MINING MATTERS  FRANK SMELTER. ���������  t  Duty on Zinc.  The new industry of British Columbia��������� the zinc smelter of thcUiiniuliiin  Aletals Co.��������� promises to be a large mid  glowing concern. A market will be  afforded al good figures lor classes of  zinc oie hilhi'i'to unsaleable, and, tho  plant will compete .successfully wilh  those of the United States l'or the  higher grades'of ore. This is the class  of smelling competition thai will bo  beneficial to the country. No favors  are asked from -the producer, the  management going on lhe principle  that the best man wins.. The competition will be sharp enough to keep the  plant up to.date in enterprise an'd  practice, and herein'lies the secret ol_n  auccessful industry. If ihis'planl were  located in Eastern Canada we would  hear a, howl on at once for -a duty on  the spelter produced, but no word h.is  yet been heard from lhe management  on the subject. , They dhonld have it."  The Canadian market belongs lo thejii  by reason of I heir enterprise, and the  amount invested in a .work which'will  be of extensive h������nelil'to the province'.  The producers of the Slocan and othc r  dislncts of British Columbia should  unile in a unanimous petition lo lhe  Minister of Finance for the imposition  of a duty- The home market does not  amount to - much,. but every liltle  helps, and'in the next ten years Canada  should have population enough to produce and consume her own speller.  The,producer'will rain the benelil  from steadier prices, and still have left  open lhe free competition for, his, ore.  ���������Mining Standard.   . '*,  ,    jDRIFTS. ���������  The Broadview; al Ferguson hits  shipped two cars of orcnlo Trail smelter.     '      '    '    , ,  The Western Federation of Miners  propose starting a co-operative mining;  company.     - ,     * ' ' ,,   -  "At the'-Brilish, Institute of Civil  Engineers George Attwood, consulting engineer, for lho Ferguson Mines,  Ltd., read an exhaustive paper on  Riblet aerial trains as installed at the  Nettie L. and Silver Cup, mines.  - The Granby dividend- now being  paid amounts to $405,000,      .    y    .-  The B. C. Copper Company intends  enlarging its plant by the addition ' of  the three largest copper furnaces in  Canada. ' .        }  ''The magnetic zinc' separators' a"t  Kaslo are. working well and the. plant  will be increased. ' '  Silver-is still'over 05c, lead has  dropped slightlytto ������ 17:0s : 3d in London, and copper'has reached tbe top  price of lSic." < ' i  The.annual meeting of the shareholders of the Revelstoke' & McCul-  lough Creek Hydraulic Mining Co.  was held in the office of, Sibbald and  Field on Monday when the following  officers were elected for ensuing year :  Presidents C" F. Lindmark;-vice-presi-  dent, Cassius Bagley, Duluth; managing director and secretary-treasurer,*  J. D. Sibbald. Directors,- C. M.' Field,  M. Hume, J. D." Sibbald, J. R. Sutherland, of Revelstoke, and J. (i. Harris,  J. T. Mischaud rind Morris Thomas, of  Duluth, Minn.   * ,  Another nugget of 250 lbs. -. has been  found at Cobalt, Ont.Aand two more  weighing 30 and40pounds respectively,  the latter being of pure silver,     * "  }  The Frank' smelting, plant for the  treatment of zinc-bearing ores, has a  capacity of 120 tons per day. The  company has a coal mine in its own  right alongside, 'from which it can  deliver coal at 00 cents per ton. - _ ���������  ' The recent uncovering of gold on  the Laurenti.m mine, W.ibigoon, was  probably the richest in the world,  running up to $300,000 already laid  bare. , Immense quantities of the glit-.  tering mass will turn out $50,000 to.  the ton. _ ;  Eight feet solid of high grade ore  has been struck on the North Star  which was recently reported played  out.  Platinum is reported in the Bear  Creek claim at Nicola, owned by  Messrs. W. H. Armstiong and C. F.  Law. A number of samples of the 03'e  were recently assayed by" a firm of  platinum assayers in New York, and  yielded the excellent return of four  'ounces of platinum to the ton.  The Kaslo magnetic zinc separator  has succeeded in getting a concentrate  of 50 per cent, zinc, while the iron saved is sufficient to pay for the treatment of the ore as a flux by the  smelters. (  Le Roi shareholders refuse to. agree  to the amalgamation of the mine with  the Trail smelter,* Centre Star and  War Eagle mines.  RAIL AND STEAMER.  "-"Loid   Rothschild  has    joined    the  directors of the Grand Trunk  Pacific.  Mrs.-Wallman got $2,500 damages  from the C. P. R.c on account of her  husband being killed on the track.  " The C. N. R. iind Great Northern  have made a further cud on rate*! to  Edmonton and the C. P. R. will probably follow suit.  We have it on excellent authority  the Great Northern is figuring on  building through Revelstoke inlo the  Big Bend and Canoe River with a view  to connecting with the Giand Trunk  Pacific, and Ih'at the inatLer is taking  definite shape.  It is supposed lhe Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway company  is behind <\big scheme to securuSiinil-  Iwimeen ore tonnage and gain a ^hipping port at the coast. This company  will spend fifty million dollars to gain  connections and reach tidewater.  Twenty-seven contractors' teams arrived at Kerenieos this week and more  are expected daily.  The C. P, R. is moving for an extension ot its charter for the A. and  K. railway to connect Arrowhead with  the Lardeau branch, and the .Topic  urges the application be opposed to  Isasten the building of the road.  John H. Wadman, son of Supt.  Wadman, of Moncton, N. B., and bio-  ther of T. J. Wadman J. P., of Revelstoke, has been appointed fuel inspector on the Intercolonial Railway.  The Great Northern has 2000 men  employed on the Boundary section of  the V. V.. and E. l ail way.,  An Emergency Medicine.  For sprains, bruises, burns, scalds,  aud similar injuries there is nothing  so good as Chamberlain's Pain Balm.  It soothes the wound, and not only  gives instant relief from pain, but  causes the parts to heal in about one-  third the time required by the usual  treatment.    Sold by all druggists.  OULL find foot-ebmfort in "Canadian"  Rubbers.    "The  mark of  quality"  insures perfect fit, correct styles and long wear. "  Look, for it when  buying rubbers.  LUMBERING.  Proposal . to   Raise   Rate   of  Stumpage."  It is commonly-reported 'that there  will be a move made at next session'of  the Legislature to raise the,' stumpage  on provincial timber limits to $1 per  thousand. This increase, would not  affect the sixteen-year"tii3nber leases  granted prior to last session, but would  lifted all the twenty-one year leases  issued since then. In these leases the  Government "specially .reserves the  right to raise the stumpage, and, as a  matter of fact, in them it' is already  ten cents a thousand more, than in the  sixteen-year leases, which would thus  become especially valuable.1 The Government are after a means or raising  more revenue, and this is one plan that  strikes them as feasible, and would be  supported by those, who consider the  province is not now getting as much  as it should out of its tiiliber.i The  effect would, of-course, be to raise the  price of-the manufactured article to  the consumer. '   ,  CHIPS.    -t .,  The roof of the Revelstoke Sawmill  Company's mill at the Big Eddy is now  on. The company also propose to put  in a sash and door factory. ,  'Lumber shipments from Revelstoke'  for week were Big Bend Lumber Company, 4 cars; Arrowhead' Lumber  Company, 15 cars ; Bowman Lumber  Company, * Comaplix, 0 cars; Revelstoke, 5 cars ; 'total, 30 cars-000,000  feet., . _  .Grip Quickly Knocked Out.  " Some weeks ago during the severe  winter . weather both' my wife ar.d  myself contracted seyere0,colds",i__whicli  speedily developed into the.worst kind  of la grippe with all its miserable sym-  toms," says *Mr. J. J. Eglestonp of  Maple Landing, Iowa. ", Kntes and  joints achisig, snusclest sore, head  stopped up, eyes and , nose running,  with alternate'spells of chills and  fever. We began using Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy, aiding ihe same with  a dose of-Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tablets, and by its liberal use'  soon completely knocked out the grip."  These Tablets promote a healthy action  of the bowels, liver, and kidneys, which  is always beneficial when the system  is attacked by a cold or attack of the  grip.   .For sale by all druggists.  NOTICE  NOTICE IS IIEHEBY GIVEN that, Unity  days after date. I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner ot Lands and Works for a  special license to cut and ciury away timber  from the follow ing de*-cnbed land'.:' ,  No.l.  Commencing at a post plunted about five  miles moie or-less from tlio mouili of Hear  Creek, thence south 1(30 chains, thence east II)  chains,, llicncc north KW chains, thenco west JO  chains to place of commencement. ,'  1 No. 2.  i Commencing at a post planted <0 chains west  of No 1 post, thence 1(10 chains touth, thence  cast 40 chains, thence north 1G0 chains,  thence  west 10 chains to place of commencement.  No. H.  Commencing at a post planted al, No '2  post,  thence south 1(10 chains, theiico'v. i s,t 10 chains,  thence north 100 chains, thence en~t II)  chains  lo place of commencement.  No. 4.  Comuiciicine-nt a post planted noitli   of No.  2 post, thenco north 80 chains, thence cast SO  chains, thence south SO chaiiiB, thence west 80  cliaiin- to place of commencement.  No..".  Commencing .'it a liosl planted west of No.  I  post, thence   noi th 80   chains, thence   west t,0  chains, thence south SO chains, thence c.istbO  chains to place of commencement.   ���������  No. 0.  Commencing nt a post planted one mile west  of No. fi pout, tlionce north  80 chains,   Iheuee  west 80 chains, thence south 80 cliiun-, thence  castbOelmins lo place of coinnieneemenl.  , No. 7.  Commencing al a post planted on oast side ..r  No (i post. Ihcnce south ItiO chains, thence cist  III chains, thence noitli 11.0 chain-. Ihcnce ucsl  10 chains to place of comiiienceinenl. '  * ho. 8.  (j'oinniuiiciiiH at a post plunted west side of  No 7 posl thence south III chains. Ihcnce wet  100 eliiiins, thence north UO chains, Ihcnce cast  llKl chains to place of coinmeiiccinenl.  II. O. ItOBUINtf.  Dec. 8th, lllfl".. ���������'���������'���������'III..:'  NOTIC1'* IS IIICHIOHY OIVKN that Unity  days after date I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of IjhihIs and works for a  Miccinl license to cut and carry away timber  from tho following described lands:  No. 1.  Commencing four rods from I he west bank- of  l'ingstoii CrccK. and about, nine miles fiom the  mouth, awl eight rods fiom the soul h bank- of  tlie west fork ot I'lngslon, thenco west Hid  chains, thenco north l'J chains, thence east 1WI  chains, thence south JO chains to placo of com-  mencement. H. a. HOBBINS.  Dec. bth, 190.3. "Hl'lH  NOTICE.  MOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thirty  ������������������^ days after date wo intend lo apply to the  Chief Commissioner of hands and worka for a  special license to cut and carry away timber  from the following described lauds:  Commencing at a post about four miles south  of Capo Horn on Upper j\rrow J^nko and  marked " Dig Bond Lumber Comrany's nor th-  ������est coiner post," thenco east 80 chums thence  ooulh 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, ihcnce  north SO chains to point of commencement.  BIG BEND LUMBER CO. LTD.  Nov. 5,1005.  Subscribe for the Mail and get  all the news  'Wing'Chung's newly imported  stock of. Chinese  and Japanese goods  ��������� The best- assortment eve'r ,- _  .landed   m   Revelstoke  of^.  useful     and,   ornamental  articles: "       A      '  Tea services i yiowor PoIb  ,  Plates '" Urubiella Stands  Baskets ������ '���������     '    Lunch Baskets  '  '   Cane Chairs "       Smoking Jackets  Hiindkercliiofs '      , - Silk Goods.   ,-  '-GOLD FISH     -   ,   '     "  J.-inest stock of candies and fruits in town. -  r    , _ ,,Front Street, Revelstoke  Mecahnics, Farmers, Sportsmen  To heal and soften the, skin and remove grea&e, oil an'd rust stains, paint  an'd earth, etc , use the "Master 'Mechanic's Tar Soap.,, Albert'Toilet Soup  Co., manufacturers.  NOTICE JS IIEHEHY GIVEN "that Unity  days aftei date I intend to applj to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and .works for a  special license lo cut and cany away timber  from the following described' lands :������������������  rCoiiinicncing at u post planted about foni  niilos south of Capo Hon. on Upper jlrrow  Luke and marked " l!i(; Bond Jjtiniliar Company's north-west corner post," thenco onsl  80 chains, thcuce south SO chains, tlionco  west SO chains, thenco. nor Hi SO chains lu point  of commencement.  BIG BEND LUMBEK COMPANY, LTD,,  - Doccmboi 8th, 190",    , . '*;  THIRTY DAYS after date we intend to ap  ply to the Commissioner of Lands and  Woiko for a'special lieonsc to out and earrv  away timber from the follswing described  lands; ' *���������  Commencing at a post planted at the south  west corner of K & S block 800 , and marked  "Big Bend Lumber Compaii)'s southeast corner post," thence north SO chainb, thence west  SOcliains,'thenccsouth80 chains," Ihcnce east  80 chains to poiut ot commencement. - "  Nov. 23, lfltlj. ,  ,���������  BIG BEND JjIJMBER COMPANY. LTD.  NOTICE IS HEREDY GIVJ<!n that Unity  days after date we intend lo.ipply to th2  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works fori,  special license to cut and cany aw.iy timbci  fiom  lhe  following described lands:���������  No. 1. i'  Commencing at a posl planted on lho west  side ol the north fork or Kosthall Creek and  about Iwo and one<3ii.iiter miles above the  forks and marked " Big Hcnd Lumber Company's Southwest Coiner Post," thence noilli  KM chains, thence west, 10 chains, thence south  100 chains, thence cast 10 chains to point ol  commencement.  No 2  Commcncing.it a po-t planted on Ihe casl  side of the noitli fork of Koslliall Cieck aboul  one and one half miles above the forks and  marked "Bipr Bend Lumber Conip.inj's South  west lornei post, thence north IliO chains,  thence east 10 chain-, llienue south 100 chains,  thence west 10 chains to point or commence  nicni. ���������'"  " " No .'!  Commencing at a posl planted about, one half  mile from the west bankoi I he north loi k ol  Kosthall Cicek anil about one mile .iboie the  forks and mat-Led " Big Heml Lumber Company's Southeast Coiner Post," thence noitli  IU)chains, thence west III chains, thenco south  100 chains, I bunco east 10 chains lo point of  commencement.  .Vo. I.     *  Coinmenoiiig.it a post planted about one half  mile fioni the west bank nl Ihe noitli fork of  I'V-Uiall Clock and about lour miles above the  foi l,s and nnu'LciI "Big Bend Lumber Company's Noil henst Corner Post." thence wests.)  chains, thence south fell chains, tlicnee east W)  chains, thence north SO chains lo point of com  mencement  BIG BEND LUMBER COMPANY , Ltd  A now head, B.C., _  Nov. 2.1, l!K)",. 2...J.1.10  NC  ,    NOTICE.      '  NOTICE Ol'" SITEltlEK'K SEIZURE AND '  " SALE  'OTIGE IS HEREBY GIVEN Unit under  _^, and by virtue of certain writs of lien  facias to be diiecled against the goods of the  AmeiicaiuMiniiig Company and issued out of  the SuiHome Court of British Columbia in certain notions in said (ninl, wheiein .1. M. I ail  and otliMit, aie plaintills lespeelnelj and the  Aineiican Mining Conipmj- sre defendants  ���������ind iiudei'and by viilue ol two c*cilain w.u-  i.inls ol execution against lho goods of lhe  Amuiican Mining Company to me iluccted and  issiieilo.il of lhe County C'titirl ol West Kootenay linldcii at ItCMilsloke in ccilain actions  wlietoni T. Mai saw and I'". U. Wells nie pl.un-  l.lls ie-.pccl.vely and the Amuiican Mining  Conip.ui> aiu .lefuiKhinl-s, I have sci/cd and  liiLcri in e-ceculioii all Ihe leasehold inlcrustot  lhe Amciicaii Mining Company in I he Gold Hill  No. I and Gold Hill So. '.'pliicci leases or chums  situate nil Flench Cieck iu llio ItevclsloLc  Aiming Dmslnii (if Mulch Columbia, and all  Hie goods, chattels and ellccls of llie nnd  Aineiican Mining CinipiinJ situate mi I'lcnch  deck aforesaid ninl being composed ... one  Ilium: lii.'JiKl leet III length, one pipe linn'-'.."nu  feel in length, .1 monitor-, ������ 20in. walei gates,  one lift Pulton walei wheel, one mini hoisl  ill mil, one -au'lnill wilh nil nllachiiienls anrl  eiitiipiiiunUs connecled Iheruwilli, one Lcltel  'I'm Line water wheel, n number ol sluice lio\os  one store house nnd olllee, one mess house and  (.linns, a i|ita..tily uf luiiil.ci estimated nl  aboul lO.MKI feel bnaid incisure, all otllcuaui!  stoic supplies and lurnituie contained in the  buildings above muiiliiini'il, a iiunnlity of  Lilclicn ulensils, a 1n.gc'i|iiaiitil> of tools in llie  stoic house of llie said pieiuises, a i|iiiiutny of  giocencs and supplies .onlained in the buildings <.r the said piuiuihi's; a full lnienloiy of  which said goods and chnllels will be pio.lucei  at the lime or sale Iieieiiinflui' mentioned and  may in I lie meantime be inspected and obi .lined on application lo W.J. Law, Deputy tahei ill  11 NOTICE "is' "I'lKRBBY EURTJIER GIVEN  that on the 201 h day or Nccmlici, IU05, ill the  hour of 2 p.m.,al Hie door of the CoiniHou-o  in theCil> of Rcclstokc, B.C., 1 will oiler foi  sale publicly lho nboie mentioned interest,  goods, chattels, and ellectsaud all llio uilcic-t  of the American Mining Company,, therein lo  satisfy the -aid sevcial wills of lleii facias.  Dated the tit li da} of Noiombcr. llKlj.  28,'t ' Sheiill of North ICooten.iy  T1IE ABOVE SALE HAS BEEN  ADJOURNED UNTIL DECEMBER  20th, 1905, AT.2 P.M..AT THE SAME  PLACE.  S. E. HAMBLY,    '���������  Sheriff.  ristrrjas  *7VS>  We sell good, things-  thing's that look' expensive but,are not.  It pays us to sell good  things', jt pays you to,  |,buy them.',     a  You will 'have Christmas ���������' Gifts to buy'.'before long. - Why not  give'something ''different" and "worth,  while." There is no  store' in - this Great  West better able to'  assist you, if'you will  biuXwrite. Buying by  .mail,from, us'is,'even  more satisfactory than,  buying oyer the counter at some stores./  t ' I *" ' r      '  f     < "     r *  As evidence of the hew,  things being offered  we illustrate-here Two  Hat "Pin Holders in  STERLING  SILVER.  No. 2015S is  one ol English  design, with a  silver baee'top-  '" pod with velvet  pin cushion,  from which is  - iiiseitedasilver  standard .with  a   wheel   near"  -���������-thotop through  which the pins  are, put before  entering the,  cushion. * The  stand is ���������  inches high,  and we, mail it J  ,to any address*-  for  s-.$2,75.  (witliout pins )"  No. 2099G represents one of the  best .viilues ever  sent out fiom  this, store, Sterling Silver, hand-  soiuclydecoi-iited  in "Apple Blos-  soni"dcoign,witli  silk libhon for  bunging. Price  -to   nny   address  $1.00  (without pins)  Length of holder  exclusive of ribbon   'li   inches.  We pay all delivery charges  and if,' when you see your  purchase, you are not satisfied wilh il, return them  aiid receive full refund of |  money  Send for Catalogue.  Henry Birks & Sons  Goldsmith" and Sihcr-inillis,  350-352 Main St., Winnipeg  VTOTUUJ Irf III'l������i:ilV IIIMIN" IImi lho  1> " HovcUtok'; NniniK .Men'- Christian  ,\ss,mi,iti���������i'i ���������' iiili'inl m iii'i-l) to the Lion-  I.'iiiiul (iiiM'iinii in C.i'incil in ,iutli<iri/i.* il.o  s.inl (',ir|������iiiili.������. I" cli.inge tlio n.iine thereof  In llu- " Kail....id ���������...mis' Men's Clm-iinn  \sHiK'i,iti(iii of lte\elsi.ik,'." und lli.-u ii  Special .Meeting of I he ineiiilior- .if lhe-aid  CiiriHir.ilniii will be held .11 llie ulllre of  s.ml CiiriHiriilinii. at HiiM'IstnLe, IIC. on  .l.iiiu.ir} tali. I"., al liiglit P.". I" deicrinine  lhe iiuliiiii in I") l.iLen lhercs.il  1,"t "-������"*,"������-        A.,"   M,LLK.t.  Itecorilinc r*i'crct.irj.  VTOTICE IS 1IEHEBV (IIVIIN that thirlj  iy> il.ijsuftur dale we iiili'inl lo apply lo lhe  (. Iin.1'Coinniis-ioiiei of Lard-and Works for a  special hceusi to cut and cirrj .iw.i} timber  11oin the following di'serlhcl liiitd- ������������������  (���������<niimenciiig.il a f'-t pl.int"il at the uorili-  west ciinier of h. and ri Ml.ick iri) on lho  west side nr Upper jlrrow Lnle and m.irk.Hl  " Big Bund Lumber Compan)'- -oiilh-wc-t,  corner pnsl." thence north HO eliiiiii-, iheuee  cast III chain-, thence -oiilh 1.0 chain-, thence  we-t III chains t.i wiiiit of miiiini-ncemeiit.  Bid BI3ND ljl'.MIli:i{ CO.MIWS \ . LTD..  I3ec. 71 h, r.K������j.  rilHIRTV HA VS after date we intend to up-  1 ill} to the C'oiiiniis.sluii.1 of l-.nds and  Works for a special licen-c to cut and carr}  away timber from the following dc-inbed  lands  Commencing at a po-t planted about one  mile en-t from Columbia Itner and about one  mile north fiom Bo}d's ranch, .it lhe ������oulhcn.-t  corner or 1'. Agrcns r.onh liiininml mnrl-wl  "Big licn.l Lumber Coinpiuiy'-i southwest corner post," thence north 11X1 chains, thence ea������t  10 chains, thenee south 11X1 elmins. thence west  10 chains to point of commencement.  ^TdiBEND LUMBER COMPANY, LTD.  M. J. Henry's   ;  Nurseries and Greenhouses  ,      :Joji" Wc'-liniiisii'i   Kiiad,  VANCOUVIvK,'   -    11,C.  .Main Xiir-i'i'y fur 1m nil. .Stofk���������.-south  VanrOliver, bine mil.; .-(iiith of city.  Uiitnclii's al \'ictoii,i and .Mat������(jtii 'for  .Sci'.l.s anil Nuisi'iy Slock gi(riving.  Extra laigu planliiu; for Fall delivery.  One yi'.ir apple, 1 lo (J feet, $10 to $12  per MX); apple, 2, Hand I year Void, ijlfe'  to .*?2<J per 100; .Maymud Plum $1 each.  Aug' impoitation (if Hulbs from  .liipan, Holland and France.  ICxtia nice choice of Cherry, Peach,  Plum, ApricoLs, etc., now growing for  full oi'dcis. No expense, loss or delay  of fiiinigiilion or inspection.      ���������  ,_  Let ine price youi list before placing   ,  your order.    Calakrgue   free.    Green-"  iionse Plants, Klor.il   Work, I3ee  Supplies-, Kruil packages,  l*"eriilizcrb, etc.  Harden, "Field and  Flower Seeds _ in  season.      '  M. .1. lll'JXKY,,      ,  .WI0 Wcstmiirstcr ltoad. Vancouver, U. C.  ,'  SVNUj .?!.������    Ol"    ltKlHJL'ATlONS    UOV-  .      IJI'.M.Ml   "J"Iil*J   UXsl'Ub.VL.   Ul^   UO-  .Ml-Nlu.N      L/irslJ.-i      WJiill^     '11J-U  jiAlLWAV   iiriLT   JN   T31K   PKOV-  j.M-'ii of mcmsii. UUJLU.U-UIA.  'A'LJCUMJU to tui limber can Uo ac- ���������  (lulixu only ai puolie coinpetiuou. A  luiilul ol ������j lie!" wiuaic mile M cnargcu  for all Lliuuur beiiiii ci-ccpt Uiosu dimmed ttvsl ol 1'alu for which lhe rental Is  ,u me i.ilc of 5 ceiila per acre per* annum.  In 'luliilllon lo, the luirtal, dues at lhe  following ralu-s are cdr.u'gcd:���������  hawn luiiibei', 'M cc'iris pel1 thousand  led   li.M.     <       ,   ,. ,-  ,,  Hariway  lies, eight and nliio feet long. (  'I 1-J una 1 J-1 cenia uilch. '  .smiiglc bolla, ���������.'!> coins a cord.  All ollici- pioducts, 0 pei 'cunt on the,  sales.  A license is Issued so'soon as a berth  la gurucd, but in sur\c}ed tuii'Hory no  lliuuur can bo cut on a berth until tliu  licensee lius made a survey (licicoi.  , I'uiinilu to eut tliobcr aie also granted  al puullu conipctillou, exccpl in Uiu caso  ol actual aulticis,, who tciruliu llio llin-,  net   iui- ilicii  o\^n  uae. ,.    '  ' Seniors and ulheis may also obtain  pel mils lo eut up to 1U0 colds ot wood for  sale    without   -competition. i    '  i "1'lro duc������ payable under a 'permit are ,  (l.M j.c'i' thousand reel B..M., for snuaro  uiirocr, and sawlogs ol any wood -except uak-'lioiu l-i io 1 1-2'cents per lineal  loot roi building logs; iioui.ia 1-2 to A������ <���������  cents per coid lor wood;-l cent lor fence  puais; J cento ior railway Hcj>; and cO  cents pel' coid lor Bhiugle oolts.     "        ,     .  Leases loi gruiing puirioses aro issued'  Cor a term of twenty-oiio }ears, at a.  ieiit.il oi two cents per acie per annum.  tr Coal lauds may bo pur-chased at J10 '  per acre lor soil coal and <AI ior anthracite. Not more than iiO acreo may be  iieuufre-d  by' one individual  or  company.   >,  Iio}any al llie iaie ol 10 cents per ton ,'  ot iwo pounds,  is  collected  orr ,the gross  output. '.  Annies' lor laird Cor agricultural pur-,  pose may be, made pe-isoually at the'local land otliee ior tno district in which  llie land lu be .taken up is situated, or.<,  It the homesteader desires, he may, on  application to the Minister of the Interior  at Ottawa, tlie Commissioner oC Immigration at Winnipeg, .or, the local agent Cor  the .District, within which the, land',-is  siiualc-d, lece-ive authoilty for some ono  lo make enl.'}   tor him.    '        ' "  A fee or *iu la cuarged for 'homestead  A settler who has received an-entry for  a homestead, is ic-<iuired to pertoim the  londitioms couue-cted therewith under onu  Ol  tliu  lolloping plans:- , ,  -   (13 At leaat six mouths   residence upon  and cultivation of the land la each year '  during the leun of three years.  it is the practice ot the Department to  leouitu a settler to bring 15 acres under ,,  cultivation, but,if he pieiers he may sub-  stitute stock; and M head of cattle, to be  actually his-iown property, with buildings  lor their accommodation, will be rtsjuirea  Instead  of  culU\atlon.'       . *'    :  (���������ii ir the father (or rnourer, if the father is deceased" of any person who is  eligible" to malie a homestead entry under  the provisions of the Act, resides upon  a.larm In the vicinity of the land en- ,  tered tor by such person as a homestead,  the requirements ot the Act as to residence prior to obtaining patent may be  satislied by such person residing with the  fjihcr-oi 'mother.'     - , *��������� '     p i  ���������(Jj If   the   settler -has   his .permanent.  lesideiiCe   upon   tanning  land.owned   by  him in the vicinity of his 'homestead,* the  iciiuiiements of the Act as to residence '  may   be satislied   by   residence   upon   the  said'   land. '  Application for patent should be made  at the end ol three }eais before the local  agent, sub-agem or a homestead inspector.  BeCore making application for a patent,  llie settler must give six months' notice  m writing to the Commissioner-of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his lnten-  tion  to do so. - *    '        '  W.  W.   CORY,  '  Deputy Minister of, the  Interior,  Ottawa, Februray 14th. 1S05.  Halcyon Hot Springs  ^Sanitarium.  Under lhe new management of    ,  IIaiiky   MclN'iosH,   lloirm-in   House  Rossland.  A Pf!  "     '?;  '    f  -i���������IKBI  TH.F..MI5D1CAL WATERS ot Halcyon aie the most curative in the  world. A perfect, natural remedy for  all Ner vous and Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments  and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure  for "That Tired Feeling." Special  rates on all boats and trains. Two  mails ai rive and dep.ai t every- day.  Telegra. h communication with all  marls of the world.   .  Tkkjis���������$12 to $1S per week. .For,  fin ther particulars apply to  11arrv Mcintosh.  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrobu LaKe. "B.C.  WAH CHUNGS  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  Crockery of all Kinds.  Plain and Fancy.  Best   makes of Japanese  and  China   Ware. t  Splendid supply of Fresh  Vegetables from S. D.  Crowle's ranch.  Trademarks  and Copyrights  countries.  PATENTS  I obtained in all c  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical Attorney and Kngineer.  Kooin .'(, KnirfieldZBIock. ISnuivillc St., near P.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A postcerd  will secure an e\eningappoint  ment  for tno-o who cannot call during the day  ������  NOTICE.  V-OTICK JS HKKKBY OIVKN' that thirty  1^ d'O s after date we intend u> aiiply to "the  Chief Coriirni-sioncr of l.ands and Woiks for n  -penal license to cut and carry aw a} timber  froei the following described land?:  Commencing at a po-t planted at the north-  wc-,1 corner of Jv. ,<c "; Block SCO on the we=t  side of'Upper Arrow I-akc and marked "Big  Bend Lumber Company's Southwest. Corner  Po-t" Iticnce north IU" chains, thence cast ,10  chains, tlionce south 100 chains, thence ve������t JO  chains to point of commencement.  BIG'BKN'D LUMBER COMPANY LIMITED-  '   Dated Nov. 3,1905. tPJTE KOOTENAY MATT:,  >Mf'  )/  OIL AND WATER  COLORS  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO!  * keep a full supply of above  in ali colors. . Also  ' Brushes, Palette Boards,  Mining Oils, Sketching Blocks '  and any otlier article  you'may  - _'    require for painting.    '  CANADA DRUG &  BOOK CO.  oREVBLSTOKK, M.,0.  MARRIED.  BRK.v.v.\S-,Wi:uiiLn-At St .Huliew's Miin-e_  on the 11th lust , by th,''Bin��������� W. C ''������l,'J.'."������.i.  Geo. K Hroiiiiiin to .Mr-,,.Win. Webber, linlh'  of Xliiininio, B   C. ,  BORN.  Los/.o-At KovoLloko. B. C on Thursday,  Dec. "tii, to Mr. and Mr-. .1. I.on/n a son.  Ho\\SOs"-On Dec". Till, lo Mr ami Mis. H-  How-son, a dniiflitcr.   * '   '  Local and General.  "     Call mono} is at 1". per cent'in Now Yoik'  D.F.Adams, an old Big Bondei, died this  , week at Victoria.  The Christina*, edition or lho AlAir. will bo  pnblMicd on Siitnnlii} no*!. ,   .'  Thejiew C !*. It. station nl Revelstoke will,  r be opened for ir.illic next week.  An Athabasca   fanner   runs, a   skunk   fan"  ,  which lie ;nv- pri}S better than a whe.ilciop.  F. Julian ha������ left the'l.ospiliil.jiiid  has m.ido  a wonderful recover} from In-recent accident.  -   J. Banwell. a lollei in  the Crown -Bunk, Toronto, eloped with a girl and llio bank's lunds.  An Ontario fannei ii.iined Coulter killed   lii������  wife, son   and  daughter and  then   committed  suicide.  , The revenue of Canada for past half-}ear was  two and n quarter million over   same peiiodof  last year. -  " All "judemonts niwir.ot llio Hovolsroko and  McCnllough Creek  li.\draulic Comiianr 'mvo  been satisfied.' ' ,  _ * t  Frank Aniaulco .,���������'������ Italian, 'shot and killed a  fellow-country man nam nd Cabriole Cot/o, in a  quarrel at Morris-e}.  W. 3. Rught, chief accountant of tho Le Roi,  has sold'uis interest in'tho' Wagner group in  the Lardeau for $.10,000.'  The plumbers coinbiue was lined ������o(XX) at  Toronto for conspiracy and sentence passed on  eight individual members.  Step; have been tnkoii to wind up the York  Coum.v Loan corripanv in which a number of  Revelstoke people uro interested.  Remember the'ton, sale of work mid programme at Knox church on Monday, Dec. IStli.  AdmU-sion free.    You aro .volcoinc. ,  A petition is being ci.culated ico,(inuig the  ivolice coinmissiouors to close the hotels ul S p.  m. Saturday till Momlnv moruing and to stop  .gambling. .  " Russia i* "till in the throe- of revolution.  The rebel* burned Irkutsk and committed  frightful atrociries .it Harbin, where thov also  seized the military store-. ^  Contracts have been given m llondicli-P.ico  Co. for an up to-datc Blower s.v-tein and also  an induced draft -vstem Tor lho Itovelstoko  Lumber Co.'- new mill.  Tea and -ale of work on Monday evening  Dec. iSth. in Kno\'church parlors, undoi the  auspices Lof the Ladies Auxili.irv '-Short  musical programme.   Admission free.  At the meeting of the ciu liccii-uigcommitloe  jesierday all application? for renewal- were  eranted also iran-rer- from Fl Perlev to A.  McDonell. and \\. M. Brown to R  Leughton.  Juds'e Foria ordered J. A. Macdonald JC. C .  to apolos-'ise fer laHCiiacc u-ed in lho Count}  Court at Rossland. and as Mr Macdonald refused the judce ordered him out of Court.  R How=on has received from the mercliant-  with whom he deal-$2i"i) in cash and furniture  towards the new Y M C A- building. The  committee now expect to have the building  read} for occupation by next month.  A special meeting of the city council wa-  held Thu-sd.i} when ihe principal bu-ine��������� ivj-  instructing the police to -ee lhat all hotel tire  e=caues are in proper order, aud that steps be  taken to make an example of pi>r=on.= -ending  in fa\=o fire alarm-  Are arriving every day. No  old stock left, so come in  and keep posted on  ihe new stuff.  Import Brushes  Are here in  Militarys, Ladies  &c All of the latest.  Back Combs  We have the newest and most  up-to-date,  Perfumes  A do/en new odors have  arrived.    They arc  simply exquisite.  ed Cross  Drug Company Limited  Tin, Siiiiidiinl leiiniil,', ��������� '-The pi'iiplo/.l Ni'l-  Mm hnvennmi! ii-! iiiiich'u-n I.u (wi. ilnil.v new -  p.ilioi*. ns n din.'has lorlvvii mils. Him good  p.ipe. has iiii.iii i'u eiiliiign and hu a ereilil In  tho ciry, while* Iwn nnlv piovidc iurt I.u the  -I II nnd n hi.-t ol unpaid hills."  Tho liU'li K'Ikm.I will eln-o loi, the Cln i-h'iu-  h'oli.liivsiui I-'inliiv, Decern hui' '-"nd. Hilling  lho iiioiiiiiigsossinii Ihn in. liii. nv win I, (.)' Ihi)  schni.l will bo iii.il'cixled with, liuliiii} lircinl.  nftli'o -chniil who m.i} wish (o h.i pic-onl will  bo lliri.l.'vv.jlc.iliio Vl-iti.l , nie iul|iiusle.l In  eiilor without knocking  Tho L...lies lift-pilnl Aid Society will send n  liiimliDi in lho lidspitnl lhe .Iny liuku.1 Chiisi-  niiisti'nd will liibgl.ul tn incinvi. miv eniiti iliu-  lliiuiif litiil, jriiu or i.iivlhiug people hiel lilm  giving, n.in.iliiuis'ni.iile vvilli doniii'- linin.)  inny be lull (in*, lini'i no\t wiiul. Willi ill-.  Clark-ml St., (;i Willi .Mis. I'ineniil ."illi'Sl,     .  'Thciii will bon imoliiig ot ll." Culling Club  ouTiiO'(lti) ovuniiigiii lhe Citv Hull al v* !'���������' '"  h, ui.il.0 liiuil iiiiaiigeinoiits hu tho eniiuii,;  so.isf.ii. Alu.iil It'l'niniOsari) (in^liu li-1, ami, d  is pintieiil,niy i()i|iiusle.l b.v the e'.ceuthe.'f  llie club lh.it all meniliuis, nnd all inloio-leil in  curling, vvill attend lho meeting    '  TliuCrilgiii.v Blowing ('..nip.iii} luivo   deciileil  In cslnlilKli ii cold muiiiko w.iielioii  Hovel-  sioko Tho building villi liii ,."j5(I0 reel anil vvrll  he siili-iunti.illy biiill, It will in. Indo ice  liniiso Hi fno! siiuuio, slot.igo io.mi li',\-.'0 loot,  und buttling wiiiohoii-i) U\iZ! luut. 'I ho Hovel-  otiiko, Wini) und ,,*spiiil > ('unip.iiiv vvill linvu  cIiiiiud nl Ih" wnidhiiii-o.  .\ flin.d doiil ..I inlei.'sl   is   being  miiiiiluMoil  inlhoc uigiiiiinieiii.il ulunliuii-.     Tho   in<;-  ..rnI .Major i-t lho ...il} eiuKliilnlo -ulnr in Uik  li.ilil In,' Miiyor. .l.,Piiliu������r and I'I.'I'limlili! mo  lining iiikwI li. ttin fin No. I Wind, Aid. Me-  l.und pn-iliwjly declining In Im'iigniii a eundi-  ilnte. .Mil I'iMilu, Aid l.tivvis.'iiiil .1.(1 Mm;,  domil.I uio being uigeil lu inn tin No - W.ntl  Mil. Alji.ihiiins.iii an,I Kiel.I will pioliablv be  uig.'.l b} llin i,ite|i.i,veis in Nn. II Wind In iigniu  luprosunt llinin       , u '  Social & Personal.  T. ilcN.uight, Iniinorlvof IIiiIcmiii, has gone  to Sciithuid  .Mrs. Dr. Cross nnd child.en have icturucd  Irom Wunupog. A , '  The Chiisliniis tm.it lo'tlio cluhlieii iiTSt  Andrews Sunday tchool will be hold on tho 2151 h'.  Tho Ladies Aid of I Iio Ilospilnl icnlise.l Silt,.-  'i.i frniii the recent brill in aid of tho luispilal  atloi dcdiielingiill o\iieiiso~.  The wedding ol li. il Jones, bauisloi, of  Biockv ille, 'ind Isabel Slanlnid, lo.utli d.iugh-  lei of li.ivoinor iMclnlnsh was eolcbialcd.il  Viinciuiv.)..  iMcrnhors of (ilncici Lodge II. nl 11 T. hold  nn .VI Hume al lho, Opera House Tuosd.i}.  Theie wiis n largo atlcuihinco and a innsl oniov-  ablo .'veiling was spoilt. Music was snppliod  liv the Band, aiid supper served.  Milil.irv I������"ushf.-, in'ci-f ��������������� anil plain,  u s_-it-.it v.'i'iel} ot O.uiiid i I'm.5- Hloic.  M.nelly ("Inii-- h.i' cliil'livn'n'Ulu'ist-  niiis |in.j(.-iith at lloWi-on'-i. U.ill nnd  SCO llioiii- '  If jou want .! nice liil'k' indewd  nnd liut;o print, go to l.ln'.C.iinul.i Piti!-  fitoi-i';        '"  s|j||ip clii.H*..'  (l.i i i'  ���������   Imtli'i  X mils  jllsl   pui  .ia Is inn ���������  tAlo  Business Locals.  j\ full stock of Hotel and Table  Glasses are at Bourne J3ros.'  Evciything in the present line at  Bows' i)rug Store. "   ,  ^Call and cxnminc our Xmas enkes.  They arc now 3early for you at ITobson  and J3cll.  "Alice in Woiideilancl,"' beiiutifully  illustrated new * edition, sold at the  Canada Drug & Book Co. 1   ,  The compliments of tho season from  Lawrence Hardware Company.  ,     A  Eead C.'B. Hume it Cobb big Santa  Clsius advt.,on first.pnge of this issue.  The prettiest lot of parlor "furniture  you ever saw nt ITbwsoii's.    ,  1 Beiervc January l������t for the  Woodmen's entertainment and dunce.  Tcrr.i Cotta Art, Statuary 111 low-  prices at Bows' Ding Stoi'e.'  Mrs. Barnes, trained nurse, city, has,  picpaiod a room to lake in maternity  oases.   ' _. f  Anything you -want for a Xmas  |iicsent_,\uu can find lit the C.'inadn  i)nig Store.  lJoi-se_Blankets, Sweat Pads. Sleigh  llellfc, Whips and Jluincss at Bourne  Bios.  _'Good~adveitising is the fuel that  lceeps the fries of business bripht.  The Kootbxay jMah, supplies the best  advertising fuel.  1  Ilowson's J'uriiiturc Store is a select  .place for Xniiio piesents.  ���������All our Xmas presents aie useful.  We have a large variety at prices to  suit till puises.���������Lawrence Hardware  Company.  Hobson and Bell have a full line of  Tom Smith's Crackers for Xm.is  stockings.  . Aithur and ifrs, Peel, of Trout lake,  have gone to Camborne, where the  fornieu .will take charge of the Cri-  teiion Hotel.'  vThcre is no ii3ore acceptable Xmas  remembrance for your distant friends  than .1 good photo of yourself. Better  have yours taken now before1 the  uni'il h'-vlidav rueh nt "Triieni.in"s.''  in   s|,u;k   f.ii- you 1  lliilisoii anil- Hell. "���������  IIiivp Ihc'cliildrrii wiilo a letlei lo  S.111I 1 t'.l.ii.h., Addii*������s . Siinl.i Chins,  iu cur C. 15. Hume .*. Co., Kovelsluku,  The Dig iJCpailiiu'iitiSUu'c.  Don't (licidi'uit liiiil-.ing'your Xmas  puioli.i.sc.s bol'oil' seeing what lho Lnw-  i"uco llitrdwiiio Company have in 1 lie  line, of -X 111.3s pio-enls  Tho Oy->(<-i' I5.iv Ko.sl.iinanl hew  announce to tlie |iubli.J thai, they aie  opening up a lirnt-il isi re-taiir.int on  Moiidiiy up.nI, the lllli inst,., next, 10  Manning'" Cindy Store. A call i1?  .solicited. ' "     ,     ;  Don't iiiis-! without looking nt the  lionutiftil dressing nnd mniiiciiie cases  in the window ol tin* Canada Drug  Store.',  ,lnp Oi'iuifirs, i\lalngii (.1'apq.s,  IJanaiins, etc. Wo .ire lioiidijuiii'loib  for I'l-iiit and (iiocorics*, IHounie   Hro.s.  Lntogrity^is' llie only iusuriiiico  against loss of the publi"'.s opnCnli.'iicu,  and iidveiUsing is lho only'iiiMii'uncu  .igninst falling oil' in loss,of business.  Aiiveili&c in tlio ,M.\iij.  (I1I1.S011 Calendar and Vear Hook at  liows' Drug Hlnie. .  Let you!������������������ friends in���������olhor parts see'  soinetliiug of your district by sending  then) "I'iutnrowiiic, '< Itcvclsloke.'  Price $1. ,,     .       ,   n  Suitable tiiiil fconsible. giftsv.for your  uncles', aunts and-cousins in nil departments, C! 15. Ilmnciv" Cob ���������      *" ,  Large and' .small,- revolving and  plain "minors-nt -tb.c Canada Dun;  Store.      *v   " .      ',',-'.    . '"  A nissell's Cupel Sweeper uiitkes a  bcauXiful. and serviceable Xmas present. Lawrence Jlaidwaie Company,  sell tlieni at lenponablc prices. ','"  _ Hobson and Bell will greatly appreciate your Xmas order* for Fruits,  Nuts, liaifeins/Candies, etc.  A nice, piespnl and very useful  would be a kodak. Xow (he Canada  Drug Co., aie agents for'these, and'  have them iti stock. Call and see  thcni.  , The beautiful "find useful lines of  China, Earthenware and Glassware wc  ,130 opening up daily must be seen to  be appreciated. Give us a crill.'.Bouiiic  Bros. c 1  What every home should have *a  dandy little foot stool. At Howson's  for Ip 1.25._'    ,,.'.'.',.. 1   '1  The business of Kevelstoke is extending. A new furniture btoic is  being piomoled by a local company,  and a number of local men ajc iilso  figuring on estiiblisliing ii depat-'tment  store. ' Another ical estate and "insurance oflice is projected, and also a  mining brokerage oHicc. *     *  '  Evciy book-keeper-using the j\Lvil  Co.'s Loose-Leat* system should have  it copy of Swectlnnd's "Uses o'LLoose-  Leaf Boojcs���������Anti-Confusion Business  ^Methods!" Price i)0 cents at ICoot-'  ILVAV JllAll. office. *  In Yo������p Leisure Time  If yon could stmt nt once in a busi-  ne*ss vvhie-li would add 11 g-ood round  sum to yoi\r pitisetil enniinjjs���������WITHOUT INVI'.-il'ING A 'HOLLAR���������-.votildn't  you  do, it?  , Woll, we arc willing fo start you in  a piofllablc htminess and we don't able  yoi! to put up any lchul of a dollar.  , Our proposition is' this : \Ve will  sliip-you the Cluith.'im Incubator and  lliooder, freight prepaid, and  You  Fay   No   Cash Until  " Alter 1906 Harvest.  Poullry raising pays,  I'eoplu who tb'll you thai there is no  money in raising cliicki may havo tried  to make money in I he bushiest, hy using  setlnii; liens as hatchers, and they  mi^lil as well have tried to'locate a  gold inino i'i Hie cabbage patch. The  business of a lien i*.���������lo lay eggs. As  a liali'liiM- and brooder she is outclassed. Thal'q the business of the  Chatham Incubator nnd Brooder, and  'lliey do it pcili'clly and successfully..  ' The poii'liy business, properly con-  durleil, p.ij-'i'fiir better than any other  btisiuo'.s K-i llu amoiinl of time and  money  ii'.vr .led.    ���������*. 0      , '  ' Tlious.-uid.s ol" poultry-raisers���������men  and women all over Canada bind tho  United .'M.it.'s���������liavo pioved lo their  '.ali'.lal'iioii 'H1.1t it is profitable lo raise  I'liirks with llie ,'  '  l '������-* ��������� *��������� t ~rTlL.*".i '  v --- ;ir*' ���������   ll i\  ���������.5*     , *������,4/,  S"  No.,2���������120 Eggs  No/3���������240 Eggs  CHURCHES. ';  JCvox I'ulsiivtchiax.���������Rev. .T. R.  Kobertson, 15. A , pastor; regular Sunday services at ll .1. 111. and 7:30 p. in.  Sabbath school and Bible chisa.it 2:30  p. 111. .Morning subject, "A P.ible  Reading���������The Shepherd Psalm " ;  evening subject, **A Divine Ti nth and  an Infernal"Lie."'  POLITICAL  The Saskatehcwa!! elect-ions lesulterl  in the Liberals winning Hi seats and  Ihe Co:iierv.uivt- 0 -eat?.  The I\0()T[*.vav M in.. Family Hei-  aid and Weekly Star of Montreal, ior  the whole of the, j ear I90G, and  premium picture ' Qn.'en Al.-x indra,  lier era ncl children find il->j-."bwill be  m:iil".t t.i =nb'erih(������r-* r-'uitting  -?2 05  to KOOTLN\Y M HT, .-IhCe.  WAX T E D  rtVJ   LET-Three*   rooms.    Apply   to  l. ' A. A. .M.icdiin.ild. .MclC n/.i-* a v.-.  ATtHOOIj " BOVH and (TuiliH  IO WA.VTRD to s,,lj: j;, Mil,., r ipLions  tor priDtihir pricfd map-.i/inc. (Jan  "fisily 111,1k" $2 01 s'< vv/'i'kly.    " f'ma-  I'l.lll   W'.lll.lll," I.O!l.l(i.|,  tl il uio.,  CMlIiAM ,:INCUBAT0R  '   AND* BROODER.1 .  " " "Yoiri'iiithotlislineubaloiThnvo *  used, ii'i'.l 1 *u Lsh to .sl'.U) J hail di , ���������  I'lidc-, oulofuJ cgg-J. .This was niy��������� -  iii-jlot; tiulv.a ion tier cent, hatch, r  ' I .un wc./ pleased -vv illi lnviiiouliator ,, ,  . nd l,i.-i) le. Trios. AIcNaugiiion, r  v.'i,u'iuaek, Jl.C" , -    ' .  "Jry III si, hitch came otT. I got  370 Una ch eks Irom 1110 egg--.' \\ ho  cm beat that for tho flist tunl, and  'r. e.nI," in tho spring. I am well  plei't/.l" Willi inciiliutor. anil if I "  ,    '.would not ftefc another iiioney could    .  - '.���������-;. i.������:.1 me, * l"vei*y fanner  , ..I.I ivea So. 3 Chatham Jiku-  '    '. *     ~1"'.,AV. 1I\jisav, Dunnville,  '. -       *' '' . <   '  -'   Tlio'iiiciibaloryou furnished mo,  -, ijil.ue\ci"!uiglv well.   Jlise.isily  '-    ��������� j-. .���������!���������>'���������,'.'.'id only needs about 10  1.  ..���������.('. .'lli'.-itinn' overy   day.   1).  " . -AG. ,'.'.'.., Iduosu Jaw, Asmi."  *j"ii* -Jl'pJii.-i.ii Incubator and Brooder  : licne-aly'coiisliueled. .There is no  i' -,-,].!,'...<-;.bsiilil. Ev'ciyincliofmaterial  I I',-, r.n..',l.!y tested, the machine is  !��������� "il. o.l'nb.lit principles, the insulation  t-- -e.foct," Iheimomeler reliable, and  t,ii'rv'.'c)iUin.iii-sliip tlic'bcst.  Ihe Chal'i.im Incubator and Brooder  is .-i.-.-.;ia) as well as scientific in con-  ��������� irdciion���������a woman or girl can operate  ti. j.nip.c-hiiie in their leisure moments.  You pay, us no cash until after 1906  harvest.     , ,     '*'  ' .Send us your name and address on  a* post card to-ciay. _      ' ���������",  "Vv'o c-.ii SUPl'lvbynn Quickly- from our  fi;sliil*.*.it.,ig wavehou-cs at Ciil/puy, Bran-  (i in, Uccina. AViniilpeg, New^\ eslnilnster,  I) f ."Jtr.ntioal.lTahlay,Chatham. AddreHB  l.ll coriCsyOiideiico to Chatham. 311 ,  ,iie Mtinson Campbell Co.,Lin-itcd  Dcpt. 22G,CifATHAM; CANADA  Fe.cto. ies i-t Cdatium, Os i'., and Detkoit.  Let  us  tiuote  you prices  oa a tiood Fanning Mill  or jiobd Farm Scale.  The best and safest way  to keep Baby's skin'  healthy is to iise only  Pure,   Dainty,   Delicate.  Beware  of   Imitations.  AlBERT T0IIET SOAP CO ,  Mfrj.   MONTREAL  for buying Xmas Presents at a iirst class Cigar Store,'  Yon get the Best at Pj'ices that are right.  We Have Everything a Smoker Wants  Tobacco Jars, Turkish Pipes, Meerschaum, G-old  Mounted and Briar Pipes of the best makes  Qigar and Cigarette Holders, Tobacco Pouches  Imported and Domestic and Union Cigars  in small boxes made expressly for the Holiday Trade,  Ladies Day Every Friday Till the New Year.  (GOOD GOODS)  Clark's Lunch Tongue   ,  teniler���������-lusty und ieady,,to jcive when  you want sonielhin'g extra' good and  appetising.  FIREWOOD  FOR SALE.  Pino   and    Cedar  Firewood    in  lengths' to unit cusloinei'S.   Orders  l>y liiuil  or   left'at   Hobson   and  Hell's will have prompt a lion lion.  IJ. P. UAY,    ���������  Kkvi-lstoki*".  Open Air Rink   * 1      ,  VV. G. Watson's open' air, rink  i.s now open: Ice in good shape  SKATING DAILY." ,.    ,  XMAS CAKES.  Leave, your. Ordcis by (]ie���������17tb.  Orders  for any   kind    of cake  will'rcci'ivo prompt attention.  VIinn   Tuddings,   .Mince    J'ics,  and all kinds  of,Cake in Season.  A. E: DENNISON.  YODO FUJI ,,  has reopened a '    -' b  RESTAURANT  "     on jMeKenzie'Avenue.     .   ,1  Open Day ancl'Night.' First-Class Service  1571c * *    _  MOVED  TO THE "UNION HOTEL AND  '   /���������    RESTAURANT.  Mns.���������R. E. McKitthicic  Banquets, Theatre Parties and.b-;  Private Slippers a specialty.   -  A consignment of choice, Dairy  .Butter���������the   very   thing, you ,  ' want'for your Xmas Baking.'  ,   ' ���������    also   b     ,  '   *     *   . ..r-       * ,i'f 1 ��������� 1,,   ,"i^'     " .  Fresh .Raisins, Currants..and'  Peels now in slock.    None  -   '    belter; none "cheaper.  flobsoiilell  Wm. Fleming,  , Wholcalc and Retail  Meat Merehant. \  Fisli. and. Game hi   .Season_  First St.. Revelstoke.  If in want of  Hay,17"egetables  write foi* prices.to  L. E. GriMths;  1 Malaicwa,  1!. c.  WOOQ YARD   :  l have started a permanent Wood  Yai'd on Third street. With my past  experience I hope to he in a position  to satisfy all requirements ot" customers. Dry cordwood. kept, in stock and  supplied in.any lengths al .reduced  prices for cash. '-' ���������   ���������  ,R. SAMSON,  Irvine's Cleaning- & Dye  Works  Calgary, Alta.  P. O. Box 787 Telephone 200  A. H. Irvine, Manager.  PRICE LISTA  r  E,   d.  -,'*!  -.���������ji--  Boots  and Shoes, 'Men's Furnishings.  Ready-Made Clothing.  FIRST STREET,   REVELSTOKE.  \      OPERA   HOUSE.  MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 1st, 1906,  REVELSTOKE   AMATEUR   MINSTRELS.  '    '���������"'*     j   -'"  ' UNDlflll 'I'lll'^AUSI'ICKS OK TlIK C. O W. O.'W.' ,    ,    '  .   > . Everything  will be  new  and  up io date. ''     "   ���������   .������'  snsrchii^ra1  BIG-  DANCE   AFTER, THE   SHOW.  .���������A BHi SUPPBR WILL BE SERVED DURINfi THE DANCIi.' '  4, 6 and 8     -     -     -   '-     PRICKS.   -'   -     -f-     V/6 and 8,   -    '���������  ��������� .  "6i;  To" Arrowhead Residents.;  i u> ','if.-       '     'r"  ���������  -.    ������-.     '���������'''",,'��������� ;  Get.your Christmas Delicacies "and Holiday Gifts from ,  , ,  B.    McGAaHRAN   &   CO.  i, .*,'    ���������  '���������'���������'/.,���������'        . '      *   '...'.,        i  The only Store tba't,handles'^.,,a,5 '!'   " ���������     ,    .���������.,    ,.,...  ",      b  '': -f CADBURtsifCELEBRATED   CHOCOLATES.' ' '!''  :';  i ?*Stock."includes 'Japanese-'Oranges and, all'other Fruits" in Sea'son.,   ���������  1        Fine Assortment of Christmas Cards and Toys. \    f  i      There is nothing better than, a Good Pipe or or a Fine Box of  UfgarsTfor a Christmas  Present  for  a' Gentleman, and these yo'u can1  'get at best quality, and price at- Our Store.        -     ,  Your Christmas  s*  , can be selected to the .best advantage at-  l^j&^ljlt- ALUM'S: fj^lM^-^RE^  New^and choice goods.,  See our Diamonds, Rings,.  Out.G-lass, Ebony Goods, Umbrellas and Canes  ,   "with Gold and Silver Handles, Pearl and   .  lIaokp -        A   .: Gold Jewelry  ���������    ,, -  \f:  REDUCED   PRICES  f sa   tfcyiijAM''*  MISS ''-ff^RVINi  TEACHER -m- PIANOFORTE '  , JLngagements" accepted for At-  Home's "&c. .Theory Lessons a  specialty." Studio at Mrs. Bews,  Second Street.   ���������    -  Alphonsus De Feo  PROFESSOR  OF PIANO\  Lessons 50c. Each.  6iven/at Mr. Dominic Gallicouo,  /'���������'.     "*     ueai- Station.   *  ���������"���������wl..  Music.supplied at "AtHomes" and  .. :   .*.*   '.   Dances.  THE COAL  Yon can depend on to heat youi" I10111.0 or  ,   slore  IS GALT COAL  gciiiiiiio"Qpal, i\or i,latc or lignile. t,  ALSO '206^(#M}S.:iy00D  WKIjL seasoned  Oi'dei^flofl at the ISavvrehoD Ha*tiilK-ar*}*tjti>e, -  or al Smj tho ^ HPobnceo Stoj'o, :pi-oHipt,|jQ:  at tended to.  J. C. Hutchison,  fir  li'lHST STREET.  Miss Ethel Devfip, a.t.c.m.  ��������� ���������������������������   ircacber ot"ip������ia������o -. '���������  -  .*  '     anD'lDocal'CDiUtttrc   -  Studio.>r . r .at:The Parsonage  ���������r-.  ^Windsbi1 Restaurant  '    Mr8.'H.'J."'Ha.ibiii'y.'iVlaiiagress.  First-Class fable.  '.--,   (      Private Dining Boxes.  , .   *      ,Jj(iri;o DininRroom Tor '  Jhiiuiuolb, Snppors, otc.  Furnished Rooms To Let.  FIRST STREET, BEVELSTOKE  NOTICE.  ONcn������<l AFTER  JAN. 1, 190(5,   tho 13ARBER  SHOPS vvili CLOSI*:  at,7.30 p.m. (ltl.SO).  oxcopt Saturdays  . ' t  Signed.        HOY MACDONALD.  J. A. MORGAN.  GENTS'  CI.I'ANlNIi .1  I'Kr.SSINfi  Suit ...  SJ.0D & II  I'lUll-,  .,"   "  Vc-I     ... ,  .   ..'.n   ���������'  ffi.il  . I.iif.   "  Ov on o.'it  1.3(1    "  HaH  ..Vi   "  KihI.jjk.-hl  1    .73   "  .SniL-ii'iiKc'  1  A", pr.'-ii.'t  l,ln    "  Ori'rciniti  jirthM.d  .i.i  I'YI.IMi.  rinll     . .  $'!.l^l&ll|  I'.inN ..    .  I..VI    "  Vent  .7*.   "  (.'oui  I .Vi   "  OicnOiil  ���������J 00    "  Hjik l.il |.ri( .-I for  rt[i';olal \u\n.  ConlH and VtiHllmd,  I- irr f'oaU r'-i.ai'rid  nnd llii'd.  I LADIES'  '    Cl.IASI.Mi   CI.0TIII.S.  1 Skill .    ... $1.0(1 &ii|i  I .InclLli   ... 1.00   "  i U'aists 7.3   "  I lllftllHCf 7.3    "  Co.iIm  .. .     I..VI   "  U'lMlipOlh .      I..V)     "  SII.KS.  i  SlirlH  .  ...SI..VI& up  I   W'riiits ..    .  1.00   "  Wi.ippei-i      '-'..VI   "  ; Ilie^HiiiB    i  I       .SlIMIIIC'll .     I..VI    "  .MIHCI'.MjANKOU'S,  (ilOV('fl,Hh'lt*3 .I''  .    tilOVI'S,  lOIIK    .-'l  1   l.rici'Uuil'iiK I.IHI& lip  '     I'Ollll'IH l.������l (���������,������������������  llVI.IMi.  SklilH.  ...  ./nokets  WlliHtH   ...  IllotlMIJh  (.'o.ils   ....!  U'rappeM .  iI.M & up  1.00    '"  1..7J  ���������i i*i  Mail Order.", receive prompt attention,  Work guaranteed.  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paid  P.   B.   WELLS,  Exporter of Furs.  Clocks 2 Clocks!  8-Day, JTalf Hour   Strike,   for  .f4.00 only.     Limited  Number.  J. Guy Barber  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer \rr^^^srBH2Z2&~  :   BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  ' 'FisK'and Gam'e'in Season.'"  -. i-r.*-vJ<.7>'Allordcrs prompUy fllled.^i_   .. -_ _  REVELSTOKE,   B.   C,   andKrnBst������refu  Notice re Voters' 'List ftp 1906.  rpllE attention of iior*,ons wishing to qunlifj  L1 to vote as " Hyusoliolders",or, " Jjiconce  .Holdors.attho Municipal ]31oot������>n-i to be,, hold  ifi January, 190(1, is-1 called~-l������ 'Ubs fact that  foinis ol declaration may bo obtainod and  the nocebsary doclaiatiou mado U]> lo and  including December 30th milanl. -  .Suction 3 of tho Act provides that " No declaration -hall bo accopted by the Clerk unless  dolivored to him within 48 hours after it is  mado: provided nil declarations shall bo do-  hvoiod boforo live o'clock in tho afternoon of  tho day on which the list is closed by tho  clerk (Dec .10). J P.'s and othors'lnkiiiK'l'io  doclaiatiou- vvill please nolo the hour us well  a.- tho dato on tho forms when the declaration  is made.  Docembor .'list falling on a. Simdaj thia  joar, tho list will bo closod at tivo o'clock in  lho afternoon of tho HOUi.  Tho term " Householder " is thus dolinod by  the aniondod jlc:���������-  " ' Householder ' shall extend to and iir-  cludo every porsou who hold- and occupies  a dwollirife', tenomont, hotel or boardmg-  houso, or any part or portion of a dwelling,  tencmont, holol or boardiug-house within  tho Municipality who has paid diroctly  to tho Municipality rates, taxes or foes  or not loss than two dollars during tho  current joar.."  Richard R. Copeland  JOBBING CARPENTER  AND CABINETMAKER  Man Lies, Shelving, Storm   Doors,  Jobbing Promptly Attended To  Third Street East, Revelstoke  42tc  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  . Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc.,-to any'part of the City. ft  ,-!*'"*' '  \ Any Kind of Transferring,?  :^J^iinieitalK^S.-.  TELEPHONE NO. 7.  r<i  f,- I-)''  ,   J,'l"1.j(r  iC*1' , ii  r<rt<.":>  It '.'-'W'J  Si  v <** -ify-uS- Z i.  ilta^-ff;  7"Jn*r ^%/-^i  S-Wi'!&*'>"''* a  *r;C j>  J'l  ���������J.  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