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 kOQTENAY MAIL SUPP3tEMENT������Dec; 10, 1904.  r  c  A FULL LINE OF XMAS PRESENTS  i   <     '        ' ������,'       'INCLUDING    '   '  i_ ���������'". ,_ 7 ^  Cigars, Pipes/Pouches, Tobacco Jars  "  ^ PIPE. RACKS, CIGAR HOLDERS ANDy CASES f  Choice Line of Cadbury's Chocolates  '-'..'' ''    just IN. '  ; . -      ,.--'*..  - -WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR FOR BROWN'S CIGARS"-  BROWN'S  iwl  J-  '���������^W^^^:S&^ir ���������  ACut GMss  Best  Earth-^&-  ; ilVTAS JGtIFT a  J. G-iiy. Barber  Social & Personal.  Mrs G. W. Popp, of Seattle, ib on a  visit to Mr. and Mrs. Bradley.  S. G. Kobbins intends .moving his  family from Golden to Revelstoke  T. -01-111111111, forme.ly of Albeit  Can> on, and'brother ol Dr. Graham,  is on a visit to the city from Bullion.  Several citizens are urging that R.  Howson should run for M.iyor but  Mr. Howson informs us he will not lie  a candidate.  A farewell dance was given1 at  Trout Lake in honor of Miss Lily  Valentine on 'the occasion of her  leaving for Revelstoke.  A. G. Swinney, manager Ferguson  Mines, has gone to England f ,r winter and proposes returning in March  when he will bring his wife with  him.  Miss Taylor, sister of Messrs. T. E.  L. and J. E. Taylor, of Revelstoke,  arrived this week nt New York from  England on her way to Revelstoke on  a visit to her brothers.  Mr. Orchard, of the firm of Gooding and Orchard, is an excellent  artist, and a painting by him1 of the  Upper Columbia Valley is one of the  best executed pieces of work we' have  seen here.  The Ladies Auxiliary of the B.'of R.  T. has done much to assist the trainmen's organisation, and with their  usual energy the ladies have now devised a r a tile for a silk quilt to he  held'Jan. 23id and tickets, for which  are 25 cents. '  Mrs. J. M. Doyle gave a most successful progressive euchre party on  Thursday. Mrs. Brown and Mi?.  jMcCarttrr cut for first pii/e, Mrs.  Brown being the winner. Mis. Law-  son aud Mrs. Sturdy cut for .second  prize, Mis. Lawson being the winner.  In the evening Mrs. Doyle enter turned  RRe JAPANESE ORANGES 65e  T      ,        '  I  ' I     t    ' - , I' r      >      ���������' ,  The season for this delicious fruit is short,' lasting, as a ,rule, from,  four to six week's. ',,' '      ,    x       , ���������> , V  We-jwere fortunate in securing for our 'customers fruit^'from the'  firsthand subsequent shipments, and" receiving same regularly hy express���������not  having to stand our customers'off with the old  "Chesftut,"  "Are  expecting them'in ever}-day, let   us   litive your, order."    .   '  The price of Oranges now a'rrivinc has an upward tendency,1 but  as a special price was obtainable for 1000 box Motv'comin.'iioin" Moti-  dry 12ih.'\\eshall sell "Japanese Oranges while they last for    '"  ,r���������   . ���������   . ���������  Sixty-five Cents Per Box. ,,''    "'   '  ���������  BOURNE  BROS.  about   30 young  people  at a   whist  party.. Miss  Kincli  won'the'ladies  and Mr. Barber the getit'lcnians'pri/e:  rr enjoyable dance   was   afterwards  hold, Mrs.'Doyle  proving',a splendid  hostess. ,  t ' * ��������� r  i IL A. Brown is deserving*of great,  credit for the impioved jv.ite. supply  winch has'been secured to tlie city  dtnine his"term of M.'iyor Mr. Brown  hub worked veiy hind on this niatrei  and wiis rii.nnly i-.strumentiil in its be-  iii'-r successfully carried through.  AThcrShakespe.ire Society was fortunate on Timisday evening in teat  Bishop Daitattended the usual,weekly  meeting. There was a lively discussion  in which, the His,iop took un active  pint, and the membeio much appreciated his lemaiks 'at the close of the  evening when, at the'ieqncst of the  piesident of the society,he kindly consented to address the meeting on the  subject generally. The play the  riTenibers aie at present studying is  "Julius Caesai," to be followed later bv  "The Tempest"','  CHURCHES.  Pltl.SiiYTLKiA.v ���������Mm nine ' subject  ' A Lost  Nation "    Evening  subject  ���������'Some things from the Record."  - Pastor,'s Bible Class 2.30 p m  Bible reading Wednesday evening  8 p. m.    Kom. V.  St ^Andrew's Sunday school will  hold their Christmas tree and entertainment on Thursday tlie 29th  Mi:rnoi>iST ���������Subjcct,a m.,-'Fot ward  and Upward," p m.. "Self Realization."  There will be a song servrce at the  evening set vice when old 'avontes will  besting StiangeiSv.ind loveisof song  are cordially invited to unite in this  seivice of piaisev  St. Pr.Ttats���������Thiid Sunday iifer  advent. Prayers and Holy Communion 8 a. m. Usual sei vices 11 a., m.  and 7 p. m. '  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  K P.���������A Grand Temple of R.ithbom  Sisters will be instituted in Revelstoke  about- Christmas. One of the members  of the local Rathbone Lodge will be  selected as representative to the  National Council of Women to be  held at Kevelstoke about New Year.  F.O.E.���������On Thursday evening the  fol'owing ofiiceis were elected ��������� Bro.  Sturdy, P.; Bio. Soosa, V.P.; Bro.  Cooke, sec; Bro. McLaughlin, treas.;  Bro. Levequp, con.: Bro. Jackson,  chap.; Bro. Collinge, I.G.; Br... Downs,  O.G.; Bros. F. Brown, Ogilvie and  Abralianison, trustees. A special  meeting was held Friday evening and  two more eagles added to the aerie. At  thesocial session they entertained the  members of the Watson Stock Co , a  number of whom are good F.agles. We  have to report a very enjoyable  time.  POLITICAL.  <    ..      ���������'.      _���������_     i    .  >.   .������  Socialists Give  McBride  Gov-  , ^ernment N'oticeto Quit.1'  Parker Williams M. P. P. said at  Nanaiino there were factors atwoik  which he hoped would lead to an  appeal to the country befoie the pio-  vincialJcai-lat'i'P again meets. " That  means iln-. Socialists hi.ve siiveii the  McBiide eovermneiit,nonce to quit.  ��������� Returning 'Office, John Bntilthee  ,ninbiifices'iin.il-re'finis of 'Kooteuuv  Riding as .follows:' GallilH).-P'2487,  Mackintosh. 1725; Baker, 6'05. This  gives the Liberal candidal!- a majority  of 752 uvea the Cofservative, and 147  over the combined Conservatives and  Socialist vote. <  A spe.iker.it tlie Li:ernl eonventi ..i  in Ontario says : " We shall not de-  ceive~ourselves. , We shall go back  pith this resolution set ��������� efme us that  the coniing'plection shall lie an election free fioin ai ytliintr ^that might  disgrace any part of "in- l'ibei.il his-  t(ii> ; and it we do that we shall win  more votes and return from the Pio-  vince with a larger majority than  money can btiv " <-  Moscrop Bfos.,\  Sanitary.Plumbing, Hot  ������ . Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe- Valve Fittings, ' 0  Electric,Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures J^'J Put In.,  Second Street,;8evelstoke*  A.  WATSON    STOCK ��������� COMPANY.  Neve, have playgoers, had a more  pleasant week of it than that which  has been acceded the n by the Watson  Stock Company, which closes its  season tonight. The week's repertoire proved a well selected one, and  the members, of the company of which  Mr. Wat-on is'the head gave a clean,  good performance each night. Tonight they close their season with the  beautiful society comedy, "The Butterflies," which is one of the best  pieces they plajpand should be greeted  with a bunipet house.  "The Butteilhes" is the play which  America's foremost society actor, John  Diew, played in the States with such  popularity and is a beautiful, clean  piece. It is a satire on society. The  Watson Company are producing it for  the first time at popular prices, and  this is the first occasion in which it  has been produced in western Canada.  The entertainment comprises choice  specialties by Miss Adelaide Keith,  Messrs. Boardnian, Tracey McDcrmott  and J. E. Williams. From here the  company, which comprises 15 people,  goes to Sandon, Kaslo, and Nelson,  and will make a regular circuit ' of  Kootenay from time to time.  LUMBERING.  ��������� Protecting.the Industry.  In an interview at Vancouver W  Galliher, M. P, said-���������  "I am not-a high tiirirr' m >n,   hut it  is onlv justice that something  should  be   done       The   American    niillmen  ni-st not, be allowed to put their sin  pin-*   i nigh      lumber   on     Canadian  markets at any price simply that thev  may get rid of it.      I   think    the government   will   lUten   t.i    the   rep re  sentatiyes of Biitish Colunibi i during  the coming session.     On   the subject  f finished lumber and   shingles,   Mi  Galliher said he was  not   prepaied to  expiess an opinion.  In an interview with the. News-Adver  tiser Mr. Mundy, of the Mundy  Lumber Co., who a,e about to establish  a sawmill at Thiee Valley   Lake, said  You have a great lesource in the  timber, but the liist thing that struek  mc was that it was, not as plentiful as  is estimated. I can see a fine futuie  before the industry, when tlie Territories bpcome settled up, and the  Panama Canal is opened. The latte.  will tender the markets of the Eastern  States more available to the Pacific  Coast. As to the existing depression  such conditions occur in the eaily  ii story of every industiy, but in tin  piesent instance the cause is easilv  discernible, and I have not the least  doubt but that the government will  grant the necessary protection."  RAIL AND STEAMER.   The S. and O. trains  have  resumed  the tri-weekly service for winter.  W. A. Galliher, M. P., has no faith  whatever re the icports in circulation  to the effect that construction of tie  G. T. P. is to be delayed at the Pacifi ���������  end, but if there is any truth in tie  story he will bitterly oppose any eucb  proposition. He considers the G. '1'.  P. must get to the coist as speedil.  as possible that they may secure then  bare of the Oriental trade and meii  the competition of the C. P. R.  ~      A  -   'i-    I  ��������� 9"' ....���������  _,.,    ,. , ��������� .  ,.   -y,������9jlf"  Provincial Library  >"\7P  READ BY  5,500  ���������'��������� at"  '   '' "���������? "?���������"'  Vol. ll.-No.   37  REVELSTOKE. B G, DECEMBER 10, 1004  THE  LEADING STORE  i.  as is  V  IV  p  f  Pi'  P  r<  A  BUT WE ARE HERE  witli tii beautiful selection 'of Xnms goods for an'y of your,  friends or relations and how, is the time to .do'your selecting- while the stock"'is complete.    The 'following are a few  of the "lines.i , ' ��������� . -  , _ ��������� '   '  - -  ' Belts'and Collars for Ladies .:  Our display of fancy  Bolts anil oCollars is the  nicest wo   have  yet shown', put up in separate boxes.       ''   ,  '',   '   ' Handkerchiefs Tor" Xmas Gifts  '  Ladies,Lnco-edgc with Lace insertion, 25c to 50c,  ' Liidies W'liite Lawn, Irish hemstitch, oc to 25o. _    '   'i     p.  Ladies Fancy' Border, lace insertion, 30o to 50u.   _      <  Jaulies Fancy Silk, with and-without initial .  Ladies White Linen, hemstitch, in,beautiful   padded  boxes of   half  dozen, from 60c to_-1>.3.00.     ' ,        -,        ',',       a .'    ���������  " f~; ,'    ��������� <       .  . Linens - -'     '���������.��������� ���������'���������   a,   -*  Towels, Napkins, Table Cloths, Tray Cloths, Sideboard Cloths,  --Bleached   Damasks  and   Doylies.   In'these we have all the pretty-  designs in Tcnoiiifo and drawn work. '��������� ' v    ',  .r, ', / ,   , ,  Wonderful Xmas' Novelties of Beauty aiid -Useful*  , ,   A   A     .   ness/in Leather Goods."  '���������'   \ Xmas-.Gifts',for.'Men  Men's, Plain and Fancy Silk Mufflers and Chest Protectoas. ,,'  Men's Plain Linen   Hemstitched   Handkerchiefs, half-dozen in box  Men's beautiful Silk Ties in separate cartoons."       "   '   '    ,-   - -  -  Men's Silk.and Satin-hancl-embroiclcrccl Suspenders.  . These are pnlv a few of tlie many ws can" show you. but any  one of /they above _ given as a gift is reasonably sure of hitting the  mark, and we invite you all to,come and inspect our stock.  New Idea Patterns.  Dressmaking' Department  W. J. GEORGE  Mckenzie avenue.  17'  Maik  Order'  "Dept. ���������  , B. Hume & Go.  . A       ...   LIMITED. "  DEPARTMENT    STORE  . Write  '   'For-  '.Samples  The Glad Holiday Season of the year. This is thetime when we.  think with kindness of relatives, and friends and try to cement  friendships hy bestowing some token of regard. You will find our  store as usual full of good things. Sens-enable Gifts, Nice Presents,  Acceptable Offerings: foi Father, Mother, Sister, Brother, Wife,  Children, Beaux, or Best Girl. Come in and look around. Bring  ', ,      the Children to see the Toys. ,  For Men  TIES-Bow Ties, String Ties  Four-in-IIand Ties, Flowing  End Ties, Ascot and English  Sipiaie.     Siune of these ate in  Fancy Boxes.  GLOVfiS���������Kid and Buckskin  Gloves, dressed and undressed.  Fancv Suspenders in boxes from  7oc. to $2.75.  HANDKERCHIEFS��������� Li Silk,  Linen, While. Mack and  Coloied.'fanrv borders, 2oe. to  $1.25. " . ;  Smoking Jackets, Pipes in Cases,  "Cigar' Holders, Cig.nette  Holders, Tobacco Ponchos,  MuHli'ls (Silk). .Teisey Mnflleis.  Toilet Sets, Shaving Sets, Ink  St.indsbCurliiig Jackets, Tain  OShanti'i-s, Cm ling Bioouis.  For Children  Skates, lloc-kev Slicks, Balls,  Gin's, Wagons, Fire Engines,  Games, Drawing Slates, Dolls.  Furniture, Mitts,' Gloves, Iland-  keichild's. Bring the Children to  see the Toys.  For Ladies :  Mouse Ends, Silk Handkerchiefs  Pluses, Belts, Collars  Fancy Stationery  Brush and Comb Sets, Perfumes  Fancy Silk Shawls, Cushion Tops  Embioidered Linen,  Drawn Work, Linen, Kid Gloves  Slippers, Silk Waists,  Lace Curtains, Table Napkins  Furs, Fascin.itois, Manicure Sets  China and  Cut G/ass  Jardinieres, Cut GIiws Tumblers  Flint Glass Goblets, China Sal.id  Bowls, all sizes fioin 50c. to $3.  Chocolate Bowls, a Urge assortment. China Bread and Butter  Plates. Berry Sets in China and  Glass. Dinner Sets, Toilet Sets,  Tea Sets. Sug.n and Cream  Pitchers in China and Glass.  China Vases, Glass Vases. China  Cups and Saucers fioin 10c. up to  $1.00. Gold Edge Glassware,  Table Sets-, I pieces.  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  Capital Authorized, &l,000,000.   Capital Paid Up, S3 000000.    Rest, $2,630,01X1.  Head Oflice, Tokonto, Ontario.  liniuclKM i,i tl.'o Nortliwost Torritt.rips, Manitoba, Oiitnrlp and Q������o})oc.  \.,il   tlo fo lowiiiK points in   llntish   Coliimbui:    Cmnbrook. GnUlon,  Anil   '"^{^"/fov'oiHtoko, Trout Luke, Viiiicouvor and Victoria.  it   u   Mi-���������,iitt  PrnsitloiiL. D. 11. Wli.Kti:, Vico-I'rositloiit iind Gonornl Mnnnqor.  T. Jt MLiiai ^'^^'���������'i^'Ji.t'.Qonoral MiimiKor.    W. Mortal i, Ohiof Inspector.  Revelstoke Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  .Siiviiikh I)o|iiirlino,il���������Deposits Kceeivoil anil Inlorost Allowed.  Drnfls sold iivinliililo in nil purls "f Camilla, Unitod States and Europe.  Spooi.il intention given to collocLlons. A. E. I'mrra, MmuiKor.  KOOTENAYMAIL  ADVERTISERS  To the Fore-front for Christmas.  Finest Stock of .Goods Ever,  Shown in the City..  .The stores of Revelstoke have never  hud finer stocks of goods to oll'er their  customers than they are showing, for  the coming Christmas.,. The 'advertisers'in the Kooti;n\vy Mail arc as  usual in the front rank and purchasers  will make no mistake in* giving then)  the preference in the,selection of their  purchasers.   ��������� ' _,  i wai,ti:k iikws -  has,,his' store in apple-pie order,  beautifully fitted up, and his linestock  of goods is shown to splendid ad vantage/even the show cases being lighted  by electricity. Oiie of the most attractive exhibits of the stock is found  in the pretty X.mis , cards and calendars of artistic designs. /There is a  big lino of -fancy note-piipersj burnt  leather goods, and book covers suitable  for mailing, handsome ..books for  Christmas'gifts, including* the latest  popular'publications, prettily bound  editions of the uo'ets, bibles, prayer-  books and hymn books for all denominations," peifumes and "perfume  atomisers, nine selection of5 inilitii.y,  hair and ebony < biushes,' souvenir  china','Austrian court.boxes-Ai pietty  'novelty just, arrived���������ladies .-, handbags, card cases and purses, gents  .wallets, scrap and postciird-^albunis,  jewel boxes, iTand.p.iintod ,. ciiina,  bric-a-brac, and numerous other attractive goods suitable  to   the season.  o. ii. jru.vn;>Axu co., t.l.miti:d,  arc showing all classes-.of seasonable  goods'and have added to their stock  many novelties suitable for presents.  They invite everybody to come and  see their goods add offer a special 'invitation to the children. They , have  a special display'of toys r and 'fancy  goods.' Mr^. Hornell, who is one of the  best window dressers of the west, intends "making ^yspecialty of the  season's  window   displays,   and   will  cases, candies, n big line of all kinds  of perfumes, funcy'_ atomisers,' and  general toilet articles, pu.scs, fans,  A magnificent,'stock of Japanese  chinaware is displayed. The stock of  diessing cases would bollard to heat  fur quality., Olinttolaiiie lings are in  great variety. An assortment of toys  is also offered. While (he Christ mils  sale is on, tickets arc being given to  purchasers for every dollar of value  entitling the holder ton ticket in the  drawing,for the line guitar and'pair  of vases which , will go'as lirst and  second''tiwards respectively to the  lucky drawers. v  have a firie^'window exhibit ready by  Monday,   j. ' ,        '      _'"',,  In the grocery department C. 'B.  Himi'e and ,Co. have full stocks of  seasonable delicacies, including Hun tly  and Palmer's biscuits, London eating  raisins,'tigs.*nutTs.of ail kinds, candies,  fancy .boxes,of .chocolates, Malaga  grapes, Japanese, oranges, . table  oranges,' cut ,glass,~ limoge ��������� china,  wedgewood .ware, .Japanese .chin^^  dinner and tea sets, Bavarian vase's.  v  v  IJOUllNliMlltOS.       />/      '/,  are making a splendid display of Xmas  groceries, including,,choice raisins,,  nuts, oranges, lemons, 'dates, figs,  candied fruits, chocolates, &c. They-  have imported a very fine''line of  fancy biscuits'specially for the.Xmas  trade. Their line of fancy crockery it"  would be hard to beat, and it includes  very high-class goods.       .      v  p. At. AI.LUM  has opened his new jewelry store on  McKenzie Avenue, next the Imperial  Bank, and it is one of the most handsome jewelry stores in the west. The  building has a frontage to McKenzie  Avenue of 20 ft. and a depth of 35 ft.  It has a double entrance from either  side. The body of the stole is magnificently set out with a set of silent  salesmen show cases <beauti/ully  finished and mounted with bevelled  and mirrored glass. 'These salesmen  are arranged in form of an arch. On  each'wall are two large showcases,  and also another,at the back. These  salesmen and showcases^are all fitted  up with electric lights and present a  magnificent effect. Mr. Allium has  imported a fine stock of'silver ware  and gold goods for the opening of his  new store. The stock includes pearl  brooches, bracelets, watches, charms,  and everything in the way of gold and  silver novelties, cut glass, gold and  silver headed canes and umbrellas,  silver sets, carving and fish sets, ifcc.  Kevelstoke is to be congratulated on  having one of the best confectionery  stores in the interior, conducted by  It. .MANXIXO,  who has established the industry of  home manufacture cf ��������� confections.  The stoic looks most attractive with  its handsome showcases lighted by  concealed electric lights, and which  aie resplendent with a magnificent  stock of Cadbttrys celebrated chocolates put up in many forms. Mr.  Manning is nKo showing a large stock  of toys of til I kinds, tobaccos and  cigars. Peterson's pipes, making the  fine-.t stock of these goods shown this  side of Vancouver, Christmas stockings, rocking horses, tobacco pouches,  purses, cigar cn-es. glove boxes, books  of scenery, itc.  w. .VI. LAW Kf.XCE  is showing an entirely new line of  English silver-ware, all new designs,  cases of carvers, pearl-handled knives  and forks, fish sets, fancy lamps, and  has imported a big line of skates which  will be in demand with the first cold  spell.  w. .1. Gixm.ci;  is showing a line stock of children's  clothing, lambs wool goods, silk  scarves, woollen shawls, fascinators,  dressing gowns, silk blouse ends, fancy  kerchiefs, ladies fancy belts and collars,  a line assoitnient of gold and silver  mounted umbrellas, gents ties, biaccs,  for gifts nice hand-embroidered silk  suspenders, fancy leather goods, useful novelties, sets handkerchiefs, in  boxes of half dozens, and linens in  diawn work, itc.  .1. A. nuTK.IA.Vl  is showing a fine assortment of  burnt  eather goods, books, elegant dressing  ... (iiiv i.Aui.tat's  jewelry store has eiirned n wide repu-  talion for the'large and varied stock  of jewelry and silver ware .which is  always to bo found ,hcre. This season  .Mr, Barber is again to .the fore 'with  attractive goods, including diamonds,  prime quality cut gliuss, sterling silver  ware, marble clocks, electroplate fancy  mantelpieces, candelabra, oil' paintings of beautiful scenes, French gold  clocks, ebony and silver diessing oases,,  gold and silver-mounted umbrellas  and canesj ^-c. ���������   '   -,'  noiisox ami ma.i, '  are making a specialty of Christ inns  cakes made to order, and' have imported full, lines of Christie's plum  puddings. They ,tirti ali-o, supplying  the best mince meats, and have p  stock of all fruits in season, .together  with Christmas groceries, nuts,  candies, raisins, figs, and a full line', of  Christie, Brown and Co's 'lancy bis-,  cu'its."   -,t -        ��������� l,    ''  tiii:: Canada jiKUCi'Ayi) boo'ic COMPANY  have excelled themselves with their  ociuion'a stuck of toys', of which 'they  have every variety in quantity. They  arc ^showing ' a large assortment, of  Christmas cards, calendars, mountain  wiew'. souvenir - books, full line of  poetical works, great assoitmcnt of  books bound in leather and cloth including the latest and ' most, popular  books of .the season, dressing cases for  ladies and gentlemen, gents shaving  sets,'travelling cases, brg assortment  of mirrors, burnt leather goods of all  kinds, beautifiiPline of French, English and Canadian perfumes, sleds for  boys and girls, ��������� rocking-horses,' dolls  furniture, framed pictures,.&a.  v. a. iiiiowN    . ''  is getting his store nicely fixed up -for  Christmas, adding two new show  cases.' A"good stock of 'candies, ,Cad-  btiry's chocolates, fancy pipes and all,  smokers' supplies is on hand for the  Christmas season A  it. At. smytiie   ,  in, new   stocks  of pipes,  smokeis  is " getting  candies,'etc., 'all   kinds   of  supplies,'Xmas boxcs'bf cigars,  Flora  and Bahama tit 10 foAijil'.OO.     -   v*p  ���������    \      , ,       l<\ jj.~ wklls -  has in a,first-class stock  of clothing,  gents furnishings and fancy goods.1  KEID AND YOUNG'S  store looks very attractivejrith its well  arranged stock, seasonable specialties  being ladies fancy collars.,'a big range  of furs, fancy silks; silk blouses,  Japanese silk gowns, ladies silk cotu-  monas, itc, gents furnishings. "The  stock is larger than ever befoic.  k. howson  '  is making a splendid display of, furniture and finds the lequireinents ol the  citi/.ens of Kevelstoke call for ii high  er guide of goods than   toiineiiy.     lie  has a fine stock of fancy tables', chaiis,  secretaries iind glassware.  .ioiin i:, wood  hasbi good general stock of  fuinituie,  including Morris chairs, centre tables,  whatnots, china cabinets, music cabinets, buffets,   book cases, sideboards,  couches,   ladies , secretaries,   diessing  tables, from   which 'a  good  selection  can.be made.  1>. HUltNS AND COMPANY  are making great 'provision for the  Chiistnnis dinner tables of the west  having imported to, their distributing  point at Calgary 12 carloads ol turkeys and poultry. At their Kevelstoke  branch they will have full supplies ol  poultry, meats, venison, fish and small  goods.  J.   I.   WOODKOW  will have as usual a full'supply of'all  delicacies in the way of mc,itax, poultry,  fish and small goods.   '       "  w. j'ia;.viJNti  has ai ranged for an extensive v.tiiety  of   meats,    game,    fish,  poultry  and  small goods.  .1. (i.   MA(J.)ONA..Il  leports a great business in Fit-lteform  clothing, for which he has his stoic  specially fitted up. He is also exhibiting!! fine stock of gents' furnishings,  fancy neck-wear, gents' hoots and  shoes, etc.  GENERAL NEWS.  'Mrs. l't.gli, of Viincouvii, was burned to death tnrough her clothes catch  ing fire.  There were 2,093 births, 1;V72 deaths,  and 1100 marriages in i ritish Columbia last year.  A ycung man named William Cann  was killed at Vancouver by being run  over by a street car.  Legislation is being introduced in  Dakota to prevent any but healthy  persons from marrying  The Enderby Flour  puny has erected a  elevator at Lethbridga.  M. Supple had his skull and hip  fractured by falling down a tnnbei  shoot in the Le Koi and died.  Milling  Com-  30,000-bushel  A Box of Cigar-, makes a good  Christmas present. We have them ,n  all sizes.���������"BROWN'S."  /   THE WAR.  'i     i  Russia Ready for Peace---  Hpt Attack on Port Arthur-  Russians Lose 3000, Men  Attempting. Recapture of 203-  Metre Hill.  St. Tete.-bhiirg, Dec. 2.���������A. rep,in  which comes from an uniuipeiicltahle  source has reached the Publishers'  Press correspondent that Kiissin is u,',l  only ready to'receive any pence proposal that Japan may ha"c in nuike,  but that with the fall of Poi tAiriluu  sho will.be'ready Ip sue for'neaee,  Tokyo, Dee. 7.���������The Port Aril mi  besieges report: "On Saturday oni  mivtiI guns bombarded the enemy's  ships. The l'obieilii (battleship) was  struck six t times, a , vessel, ol the  Kotvisttui (battleship)? typo wns hii  oight times, aiid on another ship,Hie  shells also took cll'ect. ' ''  , "On Monday the Pobieda'was hit  seven limes, the Poltava (battleship)  elevei't times'and the Rotviznu eleven  times. One--of 'our shells struck \>  magazine south nf'.Poiyu Mountain  causing a In iivj explos'ion. i Tliucon-  fliigratini'i which,' followed was not  extinguished for two hours. ,,  j. "The1 same day our," heavy (army)  guns we.e directed" at ' the eneiuy's  ships. The Poresviet (ballloshi_.) was  struck twice,and two mo'ie shells weie  Judged in other ships. A vessel of .he  Poltava typo, was observed * to be  omfirc for an' hour sending up a'gieal  voiiunc of smoke'. "   :/. -,,.   ���������. "- h  "The attiicking,ioperations ^against  the.Sungshu Mountain foils eastward  arc carried on day -and night. , Two'  Ihirty-si.v-.iiilimclcr quick-firers ,'wete  captured .Sunday in^ a'hi.lf moon foil  defendin'gji, counterscarp ..on Itihlung,  Mountain." ,- .   ::��������� -  , A number/of Kussiiin ships have  been set on fire'and 'the/others must  put  to sea  or suffer irreparable dani-  ,The Russians are nightly attacking  203-metic Hill 'lira determined effort  to.^retake the summit. They have  sacrificed SjOOOnioirin an ellort to'recapture the ground which the Japanese are confident of their ability to  hold.       ' p" ���������  The works against the forts on Suiig-  shu Mountain eastward are progressing speedily, and all indications point  to an early general ( assault, although  the-date when it will begin is-kept  secret.���������- Ifc-is*cxj,ccfcc<l��������� 6bc���������ncAfc-yon^:  eral assault will prove successful.'  i"  THE END  IN "SIGHT:1  *    A '      '-'V- -'    '  '; Japs Sink Russian Warship. '  " ' London, Dec'. 8'.���������A report from Tien  Tsin states that the?"Japanese shell  fire at Port Arthur also sunk the  Russian battleship Persviet.   "���������  St. Petersburg, Dec. 8.���������The news  that the Japanese have mounted lienvy  guns on the 203 Metre Hi 1 is regarded  as seriously significant and hirscicateil  a deep depression,at the war oflice. If  the reports of the sinking of the  Puss an warships in the harbor of Port  Arthur me confirmed, it destroys the  last hope of' a sortie and when the  pud comes nothing remains but to  sink those that remain in deep watei  to prevent them fiom falling into Japanese-hands.  London," Decr8.���������Thepcn'perpb hys  decreed to the despatch of- a alhiTd  squadron to the far cast. ,  MINE  ACCIDENT.  Miner Killed at the Silver Cup.  Alex. lilting, one of the best known  and most popular mincis of the  Lardcnu. was killed by a piece of rock  In caking off and falling on his hend  while he was engaged removing concentrating ore from nil old slope. The  jury returned a veidict of nee'dentni  death and that no blame attached to  the management of, the mine. The  funeral was conducted by the Miners  Union, the body being intcried at  Trout Luke.���������Review.  Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy  Absolutely Harmless.  The fault of giviugchildrcn medicine  containing injurious siil'stnncos, is  sometimes more disastrous than the  disease from which l.hey aie sulferiie .  Every mot her should know that  Chamberlain's Cough Keinedy is pei-  feetly safe for childicis lo take. It  contains nothing' harmful and fo,  coughs, eolds and coup is uniiii passed.  For sale hy all druggists.  FOR  XMAS  PRESENTS  Head  Quarters  And Don't You Forget it.  Walter Bews, Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  Next Huiiio's Block  41604''    cz\  $2.00' Per Year. ,  This Will Be 'a-Record. Christmas  " ' ' '        '  , With Us For Fine Goods "  ii, t  EDITERRANEAtJ FRUITS  1904CROTf   A v     , .  ,5 Crown Cleaned Pilcha Currants in 1 lb'package*, <      <���������  !> Crown,Cluster .Uaisitis, Blenched Sultanas, Vnlentia .Raisins, Mus  , ���������     enti Is and Seeded Raisins in 1 |b packages'.,     " , -    ,   ,  Layer Kigs,"Daies, Malaga Grapes, Shelled .Valentin Almonds.  .Stuffed Figs and Dates in'l lb fancy boxes.  Shelled  Wi'liuu.s, Sicily   Filberts, Grenoble  Walnuts, Mra'zils, Tarragona A Iniondii, Polished Pecans. , ' \' A   '  Crystnli/.ed  Fruits iii 1 lb fancy caTtoons.      '    ,            '  Candied Lemon, Orange"nnd'cltron Peel.  Naval Oranges ,.',,.*       ''   ,      V ' !' '���������  Ben Da vies and choicest Varieties of Apples.  '-'''  ,!. .���������'.      -i���������: '- . !f       ���������    '  .Cranberries,  Celery and Hoi House  Lettuce  ' '���������-> '������������������.," ""'    ���������',   ' ,       ",   l  All the Leading  Varieties of Christie, Brown & Co's and'  ;     ,,        , "   McCormack's FANCY BISCUITS.  Cakes and Plum l'uddings'hr Label 2 lb tins.     '   ' ','       '   Jt  p   \\ etlieys Mince Meiain packngeb. "' "  -A i ' '   ,,     ,     _i__LA_A ���������'"      ,      ,  .      a       ���������   A '" ~        :���������     '    ' \ -      i /'  J .The Following Delicacies. Just  To Hand fori Xmas Trade:  '\-   .. Kjrig ��������� 'Q^car' Sjajrdtfie^",. J  Choicest small fish/fine Olive oil, no bones or scale's. _ "  Sjioi timin,' Mordalcb and other leading varieties of Sardines. " '  , IJi'lliii'id's Fish,Halls. "     , j,-'     .    ./'---     ''''-,'AA, .A''���������'   ���������  , Pineiipple."Fig and Orange M"itrmn lades in 1 lb glass'jars. '' ,/\;-.i  ^L.-izeiihy's Assmled Concentratecl'Soups,- < " -'"'      A A''A   /  .tlilli.'.d's Pickles in 20 oz bottles, b __ .  .   '   - .''���������<.       ���������'.       ".'..  rSplendid nssorrme. t of Robinson's Fane}' Candies, Creams/Choc'olatsej'  :      and J3on-;Bons in 1 and 2 lb fancy boxes.' ',     77,.'     \  Consignmcnts'of Jnpniicse Oranges received daily.'       .    ' .' i  Fancy andi Staple Groceries;  ���������     -,  ' '    *     , , '-      ��������� ' r ',','"    '��������� ' ie  Our stock is the most complete in the city and our prices'attrac-_  tivc., "cYou like'to deal at a Grocery House where ������oods look nice  and clean; where clerksistre polite'and obliging; where deliveries are  made on time; above all, where you know you are getting the best in  the niaiket at the fairest of prices. That's the sort of house we keep  Cull and be sure of it. Compare our prices and examine the'quality  and variety of our good".        / ���������   _ .- \-_  ' Choicest brands of, Fl.iui, O.'tnieal, etc , ivlvv.i'ys in.stock.- '' ''  Bran, Shorts. Chop,.Wheat, etc , at lowest market prices.        , '  A Fres.h_-..Veget.ibIes���������Potatoes,    Heels,, Cabbages,  Pnrsnips,--TurnipsA  "Ca'frotb/ctcT     -r-r-= ,,..��������� _��������� :,-...  t   . ���������       ��������� -��������� ��������� .  Special quotations in quantities. , -> 0  '���������-.    ,       ' .  . , -,.^__ii^_  # _ v, ^ ;--<-,_  , ;������-.-  Agents for McCleary's Famous'Ranges, Stoves,'Heaters, 'etc  ~    - ''Leading linos in-Jliirdwiiri', Crockery iitul-Glneswaro. ^-  A...   .-  ���������1^,  J wW  ������jK������i FOR *'HIM  fee practical this year.     Give sensible?  things.   How much better than costly bab-  bles.are Fit-Reform Garments.   Practically  useful���������eminently sensible���������and sure to be  appreciated.  If you don't care to give a Dress Suit.Busi-  ness Suit or Overcoat���������Fit-Reform  'Fancy Vests and Trousers appeal to'every man's  good taste. All the newest shades and colors  for all occasions.  Vests $3, $4, S5,  Trousers $3.50 to $6.  Macdonald & Montieth, Revelstoke.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Iiicor|xir(ttrkfI hi Act <������f I'lirHuiMcnt, lo-Vi.  HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.  W.vt. Moi���������so.v Macpukkson.  Pit's. S. II. Hiving, Vice-Pres.  Ja.viks Elliot. Gpiici-.-.I .M.-inager.  Capital paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  Kvcrything in way of banking business transacted without unnecessary delay. j  Interest credited twice ;i yi'tir at current rates on Savings Bank  deposits.    W. II. PRATT, Manager,  Revki^tokj:, R. C. 4
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. ReVKLSTOKE, B. CA" \_   '
Examination of and reports on .~Miiicii.il l"o
- ,     pel ties a Specially.
it, England at the ]iuhlic expense
Hon-.   Me.Bridc   iind  (iieen woult
probably   'go   lo    London   loo
leeognisc   it
will'   take   them
their time to hold  down their
(ill   the',oilier   members   of
en billet    ret ti ni    from    'their
cursions. -,   ���
Now that Cherry deck is looking tip so well as a.ininiii).; eiimpbt
is alio ill! linp: for, Pried Ellison, M.
P.,P., to redeem 'his promise to
have the Orei��hton Valley'road
opened up. ' Lt Ms claimed by
Cherry Creek residents this road
would i considerably reduce the
distance between thai settlement
and Lumby and Vernon,' while it!
would', avoid the heavy guide of;
Shuswap Hill. This'is only one of
Price's numerous promises lust
election and it is about time he,
carried out some of these vopp
enlchers, or when another election!
comes round people will be on to
the little giinie and won't be fooled
hv Price anymore.    '"   '
The Minor says: "The people
of British Columbia want a strong
government, a , government free
from all extraneous influeiicee.
Acting i'lvlhc name of the Conser-
vi.livo party, Premier McBride lias,
had his opportunity. It has been
dourly inlimated that he'has not'
fulfilled I he'expectations of the
minority be represents., If the.
Legislature desires to give expression to the,will of 'British Co-'
luinbiii it will turn out the Mc-j
Bride government tit the earliest
opportunity." r
SATURDAY,   DKCIOAIMKIt   10,   li)0-l
,I.e't the'great Li hern 1 wheel go on
grinding ,into 'the' dust every
ob?tacle that, stands in the wny of
freedom and progress for the people
of Canada. '-
��� - The Liberals have a rntijorilv of
50,000 in a vote of ,800.000. this
is Canada's growing time atul it'is
the "rowing.,time, of" the Liberal
party, the party'of progress.
The McBride ".government seems
to be getting into about' the ;same
condition   as   McKenzio 'Powell's
' celebrated- "' nest of traitors."
Premier McBride-'"���aye  the provin-
, cial legislature^ will meet in January. -Hon. rlAGreen say? it won't
.if lie knows it, and he reckons ho is
"It." .
That the Fielding, anti-dumping
provision iiddedAo the'tariff at the
last session of Parliament is doing
its work effectively is proved by
such a fact as that the Disslon saw
'manufacturing concern of Philadelphia, one of the largest in Hie
world, finds itself compelled by the
anti-dumping enactment to erect
a ?1.50.000 factory in Toronto.
It is.'not much wonder the lumber
industry  iis   depressed    when   the
effect of the taxation ns introduced
by Ihe.iMcBride government is^con-
si'dered.    Hinco   McBride hits   been
in, oflice  he   has   twice  raised   the
impost duty  on   lumber, fill   now
(he revenue for  Ion   months of the
present  (isc.-i 1   your, is .f.'Kip.OOO, oi
.���f 110,000Tiiioie 'than- the estimate
and   two   months   revenue  yet   to
come iii.    Out of this large revenue
io .same govern men t only .spends
���t'1,200 in salary of Y forest rnn��er,
lo protect the  timber  of   (he   province ngninsl lire.   AVns.there e'vtn
n worse   peanut policy   pursued by
a government? ,  ,
M, ,l��� Heniy, of Vancouver, has received tin older for $1,01)0 worth of
seeds of British Columbia torest tn es.
Application is being made for _ie-
lense of Henry' Siiw-n who was sentenced nt Tiout Luke to inipiisoii-
inent for placing dynamite in  a stove.
Owing to the depression in the lumber industiy, the Pacific, Put Poilage,
Vancouver, lioyal Ci|y and Canadian
Pacific lumber mills at the coast have
'I'liti l.illt.vviiiK'iiu nualillcd lo be ci.tcnd on
Hie Vuli'i-s'lasLfin tlie election ol ~\liiyiiri..iil
Aldei-nieu. , .-,
Anv inatu iii-li'iiiale, licintf n Uulisli subici'l,
nl t lie I lilt .iKi' (if :!1 ve.u s mill wliii is :
1.���Tliu ownuihol I'ciil estate in I lie I it v ot
I lie assessed value ofiiol lesslli.u, line bundled
dollais. ,    ��� '   ,        ,
l'.-TIic lusiilt'i.l autlKin/.eil ruiirc'suiilnllvu of
mi ii.co.'ptii.ilL'.K'ouipuny,AvJiioli is llio assessed
owner ol lauds or. iiiipioveinenls in Iln
ntiinit ipalil.y. ,'
.-,.--The holder or n trade licom-e, Hit) aiinuali
fee of which is not less limn S.i.'IO. I
I.���A householder (pnyhiK a yearly renl.il ol
not, less I lian ?��J.0O) who has paid nil municipal
niles, lu\es, etc., (wliieli aie not, chaiKi'nblu
on lands). , ,       .
Ilouscholdcis and tmdc licence holders, he-
foieheiiii? p'ai'ed on the Voters' nisi, must,
(lui'iiiKlliu inoiitli of-lleconiliei'. make and
deliver to the fily Clerk the necessary si aliilory
decimations, foi ins or which can he obtained
nt, l lie tilly Kail. , ,  '    ,   ,
. (ti'sident piopeity, owners liiiviup. pinpuity
in more than one mini must be placed on I lie
list, in the Wind in,wliieli tlie> lesnlu.
Non-iosi.lc.il, ptopoily owncispluiviut; pi up-
erlv in more Hum one Ward iiuisl hu plaiul en
(he list in the Ward In which they bail' the
highest assessinenl. '
The list will close .January "ith, I'.lll'i.
,   ,.]l. I-'LOYI).
City Clerk.
DceeinberSlli, I'JOl.       ^
Widlll      - ���
The lumber industry of Ontario
has yielded WO.OOO.OOO "in revenue
since confederation. The lumber
industry is just as important lo this
province a? it is to Ontario, and its
best interest should receive every
consideraiion at the hands of the
government, denuded areas being
reforested and special efforts being
made .-to protect existing forests
, from destruction by fire.
It is a curious commentary on
the radicalism of the Australian
colonies that now they propose to
amend their immigration laws so
as to exempt the Jap from their
operation, arguing that Japan will
he a valuable ally of Britain, and
that her conduct in the war shows
Japan is no longer an inferior
power but has gained u place in the
foremost rank of the   nations.
A leading commercial   man who
has been through the.province since
the election?, and who i- noi oi tin-
Liberal    faith.    .-:ry^    tlie   victory
of   the    Liberal'   party   ha-    had
an     extraordinarily    good    effect
on   business-,  and he found ahno-t
everywhere   tin   improvement    for
the   better  r..=   the - re-nil   of   the
country  remaining under a strong
government.     What   the   province
wants   badly   to   help  it   out  is  a
strong covernmenl at Victoria.
The iact that every riding in the
Kootenav electorate gave a Liberal
majority in the recent election, and
that every riding in Yale-Cariboo,
except Lillooet and Grand Fork-j
scored a Liberal majority, shows
the prospects of the Liberal party
sweeping the province at the next
provincial election? are most encouraging. And if they do the
Liberals will do one thing���they
will leave no stone unturned to
give British Columbia the best
government she ha.- ever bad.
A short life and a merry one is
the motto of the McBride government. Hon. F. .]. Fulton only
recently returned^ from England
and now lions. Capt. Tatlow and
C. Wilson are having a  good  time
Liberal  Association for Okan-
"    '      agan. Valley'.
It,is si mistake to allow political
matters to lie in abeyance and make
a'spurt only when an election is on
the,tapis. Success crowns the elVorts
of those" who keep'continually nt it
mid who hnvo their eyes and Iheii curs
open at fill times in Older to fiuthei
tho'interests of. the pinty to whom
they own'allegiance. '     ' ,
, Wo notice that, since the late contest, the committees, , which were
active dining the election, have become quiescent as if tlieie was no
further need for action. iii politics,
as in national nil airs, the axiom '-In
time of peace piepare for war,'' holds
good, and victoiy is almost sure r to
peich on the biinneis of those who
keep up their organization and who
aie not slack in inculcating their
views on those with whom they come
in contact, especially those whose
political opinions may not'be veiy
pionoimced. This can tie much more
icadily and efficiently done now than
in the heat of an election contest:
The McBride government has dem-
oiistiatcd  its .incapacity   to   properly
conduct   the  a flairs  of  the  province
and, today, stands before the people as
an, aggregation   of   discreditable  in-
capables who   will   be driven into the
seclusion of private life at tlie  earliest
opportunity.     To do this requires the
united cIVort  of  the  electomte in ro-
tiii'niug Liberal members to the legislature, and for tliis'piuposc  organi/a
tion is of the first necessity.    There is
a' Liberal association tor Y.ile-Citnboo,
but    none   for   the   local    iidmg     of
Okairag.in, ,   As the nc.vt election will
be a provincial one and the  piospects
being that it may be held in tlie e.niy
spiing/it is high time that' action   be
at,   once   taken    to   form such an as-
snui.it inn,   and    that   ill'     legitim.r e
means    no    taken    in  niilpi    to ele. t a
Liberal   member  foi    tlie   ue.\t, parliament.     This   is a matter in which all
are vitally interested,  nnd   we  won d
urge the leaders of the piuty   in    the
valley to take   the   initiative   without
delay, nnd call ,i  convention   for   the
appointing of a   president   and   other
officials.       A   important   part   of   tin
business to be  transacted at such convention might be th - nominating of ,i
suitable person to contest   the   riding
.it the   ne\t   election     ivhernver   that
event, inny take place. Tins, we think,
would i,e much  better   than   delnyiug
the nomination till the   Inst moment,
a-  the  candidate   would    iinve   more
tune   ui    hi-1   dispo-al    m   doing the
eiuiviiising   which    may     be     found
By all means call a convention, and
let it lie held at the earliest possible
(bite cori-bstcnt with <\u<- publicity.
1> lifter dale 1 intend lo apply lo the Cluel
Coiuiii.ssionci of Lands and JVoi k's, foi a
special license in cul and cany aw.ij liinbi',
'from I lie follow Iiik described lamia in Hie
Ivnole,lay ilislnei-      ' '
N'uniliei-.Ore. - Dr
(-oiiiini'iicin^al a post iniLi'ki'd "M. Hyatt's
St. I'i. eol'iicr post No. I," and planted at, a point
mi the south Pink nl Coliiiiihin, about nun'
miles below Sinp, iso [Lipids, Iheuee wesL Ki'l
chains, t hence mil lipid cliai, is, theme east Hi')
i liains, I lie,ice south 111 eh,mis to Hie place ol
Miiuniciu i iiienl,
. WuinliiT Two.
f'diiinii.iicinepit post, in.it ked '*i\l. ll.\all/s
~s'.,i: uiiiic, po-il'No J,", anil planted lie-utc;
No. I as abftii. ilesi,, iliul. ���then.'.' soiiil. lll'i
ol,,,Ins, Ihcnec west. Ill chains, thi'iicc noilli 11,11
chains, (hence east 10 ch.inislo (he plaie of
(.|}iiini|.iieeinctil.   '
Number Three. -, '
t'nmmt'Mcini? ��at, a pii-l. marked "M.
Iliiin's NT.,1'~,. cin ner post Nn.il' and plained
hall, mile west hum No '2. I lii'iiee south Kill
chains, thent'e west, III ell.nil-, tin nee m>l 111 I III,
chains, theiie'e i'.isI, III chains to p| ice ot com-
mi ncemenl. ~ t'   L
Nuniber l.'oiii'. '
Cioinmi'ncinLr ,il ti posl, im.li Icetl "M. ityall's
N. I'i. eoi'iiei-piisl No. I,"and |ilaniiil hall mile
etistliom No '2, llienee'iiiilli Kill chains, i iicnie
west, III chain's, Ihcnce ninth l(,H (Jiain-,, I lien, c
etis, III chains in |il,u e or coiiuneiiLeini nl
, iN'iiinliei I'lvc.       ,,.
CoiutiieiicuiK.it alios* in.irked -'"U. Il.\ ill's
N. K (oinci-po-l Vn. j."and planted half inilc
c.isi, Ikiiii No. I, Iheuee souHi hid iliains,
Ihencewcsl 10 ill,litis- llicnee noi I h llin, liiinis
Uioin c cttsi, III iliain-.lu place ol cointnent'i-
meiil. ,
Dal I'd lieu. Illh, Mint. , ' -        v i
,-,!l|,ill. . M. II Y ITT.
Notice of Seizure aiid Sale.
\TOTICK IS IIKIil-IIIY CMYKN that itn.lci-
IN .mil by viitiiool.iWHIT OK KXKUIITION
to me ilnectcd ,u;aittst tin; Koods and chattels
nl (he i.'ieiieh 1'ieck "Milling (i >n,|itiitv and
issiud out, ol Hie bupmne Uomt of Itnlisli
Columbia, IttiVClstoke Ki'i^isi.i'', iiiAin action
whcH'iu the liii|iciial Mink of (ian.ida uie
tiliunl ill's and ,llie 1,'reneli <~i eek "Mining Cnni-
pany and (ilhi'is.uc tlcfi'iKlant.s, I have stii/utl
and Inl.-rn in I'M-eiiliou all (lie inleii'sl, iiflhe
l-'icneh Cteel: Al in. n^C Company in the loltow-
iiu^^ooils sifu.itc.oii .-Hid near |.~icnch Cicek.
Mil; Hcid llist i it I, iji Wt>-,t ICuoteii.t} .��� \
One Saw .Mill (Oinplcle with Jiilin Ijellell wine,-
"heel lliirliiiicl, eapacipi li.uxifeel pu-daj.
J.li()0 feel pipe Jitj.ii .lliiu. to I.Mii. in diameter.
1 'ill led pipe. l-ui. in diameler
line .'ilin  "V. ~
'I'en lilliows.
Tlnee No. (i (iiniiLs  l.'iin. inlets,  with   no/zcls
and iletlct lois.
'I'htcc run. Water jrates
One I'lpt. Stake. . -,   '
One Derrick toiiipletu witli iiiacliinciv and lift.
Helton Wheel [."��� tuns cniiac.it}].
One Derrick with lilt, frltun Wheel.
Seven   huutlii'd  and   liny   [hou-,inil   feel  of
And I Kive notice that, on   ilie Itltli d >.'  or
December,  lUni. at the hour of T���� ���>'��� loefc in
tlie iifli'inoon, in front   of Hit- Court Ilnti-i. nt
R.-v..l-t���kc. r.C.r vv ILL OKKKIt KOK SVt.K
publicly all   Hie intcre-i of   the said   I'riau-h
Creek -Vilnius Company in the -aid fcood- And
chattel- to sati-fy the -aid vvrilof KwcuLion.
J-lalitl this Ptli da} of Di'ceinber. ltHl.
.���i. K. HVMRI.Y. Sheriff >f North KoAtcn.i}.
IS} hi- R-iiiur,
li-'uT -       ARTIJLIt It -VIADDOCICS.
Brick for Sale.
The undersigned have just burned a
kiln' of fiOO.OOO brick, of first' class
quality. For price and information
apply to C B. JI nine it Col '
'    Wc .lie leteivini; Shipments of
Choice DAIRY Butter
in Small Lots
.lust, the lliniB tin K.uiiily U,se.
Our Stock of,Fresh Fruits is complete
.' in every line.   Cull and  examine. ���
Prices, iindipiality to suit all.
, /   '  	
Luinber ol'pill
pi ices,    Piouipl,
kinds bi't reasonable
elivery   giiarnnti't'd.
Leave orders al/Lawidice's llarilwnri'
Stoic. ' ���
,}l ��� F.JULIAN,    ',
:i2tc (ireely Creek Lumber JM ill.
F. fflcCARTY-= ���
Having been, appointed agent for
Kevelstoke for THB    ���",
Pacific Coal Company, of Banff
" is now in a position to supply  .
At the following prioon:     .       |t
Coal delivered out of shed .flli'pcr ton
Lump Coal s$10.50t per oth
Egg   ������   .".. .JIO.SO'" ",. \"_
Stove     "   $10.50,
Nut   ���   "     $9.00 ,"     "'
��� ,As this ci in I is smokeless iind particularly clean, and is moie oflici(ont
pinn any of the soil, coals on the
niniket, it. will be found favorable fuel
for all domestic pin poses, including
.ui-niices, stoves nnd kitchen ranges.
'.Foi those ieqiiiiingstc.ini coal the
pen and buckwheat sizes wilhbe found
satisfactory -and - e�� iioinicnl. Piices
will be quoted on. these small sizes on
application. ' i v-
Ciders lefl at the ollice of the Bevel-"
stoke Insurance Co. Lid. will receive
prompt attention.
F. McCARTY.Ooal Merchlint',' ���
"   -" ' ,     Pevelstoke, B. C'
SEIiKIRK   LODGE, NO   12. I. O. O. F.
.Meets over} TucmIhi
iSl (Riir3?^^ ovcn.iitr in Silkiik
W)        V.��,      ^^s. j],,..     ,tl     s    o'elo, k,
Vihilin^; ln-etlneii cm
='diully   inviled   to  in.
to,,.,. ��� ���
II. (1. COUCill. N.fi
.1. IIA Till K.
Kootonuy Lod.*ye' No. X5A. F, &A.m
The rcttulai' nici'l-
inn- are held in Hie
iUm-onic Temiile,
jildKollowH Hall, on
tin thndiMoiidai In
each month at 8
p.m. VihiliiiKbrell,
ion cordially welcomed.
(C. A. I'llOUUN'IKIt, Snour-r.viiv.
by corrcbpoiitlencc'   10 weekly lessons
will'mnke you poifect.
Shoiih.iud isnowiidiiys indispensiblc
to   everybody.    c Utilize   S|i'.ne   time.
Very ntodenite fee.     We pii.ouio jiosi-
tions.    \\rrile for fiee buoklet.
CliN'i'ltAI, CoilllIiSI'OiN'DIiXOK Coi.l.KOI':,
, 215, Temple Chamlieis,       ,
'���    Temple Avenue, Lbndon, H.O.
C. J. Wilkes
Licensed Auctioneer for City
of Bcvelstoke.       '        >
W. A. McDonald
'"     . ".  BEV15LSTOKJ3 ,    '- ���
The only first-class plnsleror in town'.
Let me know' your requirements,.VA
Carload of Lime just'iinpdrtcd.  A Car-
loud of thick under oidcr.
^���3.. SAM'S ON.,
Painter,' Paperhanger, Signwriler
,   ' KALSOMlVlNU    DONE.   '
Ordeis i-eceive prompt attention.
Second street,       -      KIAVMLSTOKK
An ATTii.vonviiSir.N' is ,v Husincss Piionuci.n
J; R. Thornton
Painter.   Paporhangor    '
i     and Sign -Writep
c r       '
SIGNS. A   SPECIALITY.   "    " '
ADDHKSS : P   O  HON 2TA' or
SECOND ST., Behind C. P. R. Shops.
'Ordeis loftat J. \V. lloiiuoll's will bo
^pio,upH> attended to.
NfOTICK 18 IIKKKI'Y OIYKN, Unit lluitv
'v dajs aitei d.ue I intend lo apiily In Hie
Chief Conuiussiunei of Jj.inils andiWoi-k.s lor a
spcuul license to cut nntl t.uiy. uwiii Limbei
fiom Ihe lollowin;; desciibctl Iiuitls in Hie
ICooLonayDisli id,-���
.Nuiiibcr One?"^*" -T" T~
(Jommencine; at a post, .planted about a
(|ii.ulei of n mile north of Dow,no deck had.
anil nboiil four in,les up liom thc'Dip; Bend
lr.ul. and maikid "C. H. NukIuV, southwest
Liirner". thence north 10 chiinib. thence east
IIW chain-, thence south III chains, I hence \us|
li,,) chains lo nun ii post '
Number Two.
Co.n.iienciiiK.it.i post, planted on Ihc north
^nleof Llie Dow me Cieek ti.ul. about lliiceaiid
a half miles i,|, lion, the llij,' Ho���,l u.iil, and
in,uked "tl. Jr. X,isle's iioi-lhwesl coinei",
Ihcnce c.i>lSO ch mis, tlieiice south SI) chains,
Ihence wet, fed cli.unp then, e noi th SO chains
lo initial post. _.
Numbei Tluee.
Co,nmoiciUK.ila post plan,etl on  the   nniih
hank ol Dow n:e Creek, aln'uu, two   miles   fioin
ihe uioiilli. autl mai ki d'*C. li    Varies   soutli-
i-,-".|',���i-i' ih, m.c  noifli  se  ehiuis,   Lhente
wesiwl t hams. HifiiLc.-oulh SO cliauis,   thence
Last, SO chains to initial po-i
Dated IheSHi tlaj ot Uciolier. Illll.
���ilW-'l G. IJ. NAGJJ.;.
Jas. I. Woodrow,
5'  -     '              - , ,
Retail' Dealer ln^ ^rw^^>
'".���''.'.  BEEF, < PORK,
,    MUTTON, Etc.
OR .SALE-f;.!solii
feet, I h. p. -ngine: will swit 2fJ
passengers or c.irry tirr.-e tons of
ft eight; price iCW. Apply James- T.
Fanner, Ari-owh".td, Ij. C.
and Copyrights
obtained in all countries.
[TtOR SALK CHKAI'-One coal stove
JJ one box stove and one hciler.
Apply at Kootenav .Mail .'iflrci-.     .
V>      Tapping
I"(J  LKT ��� Kooms in tlie
block.    Apply   to  II
ANTEIJ-S"ver..il    icnod   men  lo
vvoi k .iiound sawmill and   yinl
Big li"nd Luinber Coiup.-.nv.    Anow-
Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy
the Best Made.'
"In my opinion Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is the best made for
colds," says .Mrs. Cora VVnlkcr of
Porterville, California. There is no
doubt about its being the best. \o
other will cure a cold so quickly. Xo
other is st, sure a preventive of pneumonia. ,Yo other is so pleasant nnd
safe to take. These are good reii'ions
why it should be preferred to nnv
other. The fact is that few peopf-
arc satisfied with any other after having once used this remedy. For sale
by all druggists.
WANTKO-Keli.ihle .MBX in every
town m Canada to I,-ike order's
fin tailor-made clothes ; pennanenl
employment, good co'iimissio,, ; expel,ence unnecessary.���C L. Uouvier,
Custom T.uloi, '.'A "Lombaiil St,eel.
Toionlo, Onl.
1 have Htarted a petmancnt Wood
Yard on Third street. Will, inv past
experience f hope to In; in ,i position
to siitisfy j,]] requirements; of custom,
ers. Mill and cord wood -supplied m
(iny lengths al, reduced prices for e.isb-
* obtained in all e
Registered Patent Attorney
Mechanical Attorney and Kngtnccr.
Room 3. Kairlield Iiloek, Gianville si., near P.O
A  postcard   will MJcuro an evening apiJOin,
mi'iit for those who c-uinot call duiinu; (be da>
Would ii��ke to Become
'A I fiyh Priced Stcnorriviphcr?
\'Successful l;ruit Grower?
An ICxpcrt Correspondeiu?
A iVactical Prospector?
A Scientific I'btrrner ?
A    Jj'i.
An At
Fish and.Game in Season.
i       All order-, promptly filled. %i
Corner   Douglas
and Kniix sti-oi'tu
" J
We will ship Freslv'tDairy 13utter in Tubs or     '  '
r j,    ,' '��� ''
'   Bricks   for"1'    <���    '    ,,.,'��
u z ' mm
���And'r Prepay ITreight on igolb orders.   ���'
Cash must be'scnt with orders."
GENERAL    MERCHANT,,'.     *���      ,
Halcyon Hot Springs
~fctnitarittm.   ..
Till-; MEDICAL WATERS of.Halcyon aie the most curative in the
vvoi'ld. A perfect, mitut.il remedy for
all Ne. vous and jMiisiadar diseiises,
Liver,-Kidney and Stomach ailments
and iMetailic Poisoning. A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates on all boats and trains. .Two
mails ni rive and depait every day.
Telegraph communication with nil
parts ot tire world. An experienced
mass.-inger. , '
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrota LaKc "B. C.
THe Singing 'Tone of the
w' Scale'
Royal Mail Lines.
Cheapest Routo to the Old Country.
ALLAN LINE���i'i om Montreal.
Parisian      ' , Aug. 1!)
Tunisian        ': Vug.2li
toman  '      Sept. 2
DpMINION LINK���Kioni Montie.i.
Kensington . .-     \iik-1.1
Dominion Autj.L'il
\rnncoiivcr        Auk 21
Canada Sept. ii
(JAN. PAC. ATLANTICS.S.-Krom Monti e.il.
LaketJhamplain A uy. IS
Ij.ik-i; Kno         Sepl. I
Ijiikc JM.inilob.1    Sepl.S
AMKUIGAN LIN'K���KiomNow York.
H is'a revelation 'to the keenest critic.   The harmony is perfect.' E_
, g  The   treble,   middle   and' bass   ringc true   and    clear when' s
fj  sounded   separately, eand' blend   perfectly.     The -tone  has^ra- S
S ^ purity   and   sweetness,   a   richness   and  volumn,   that  delight gj
the musical ear. . ���   ' P
t, .      '_
Its symoalhetic singing quality and richness of tone, render it ,'nvalus.ble
for accompaniment purposes"���Alfred De Scve. Solo Violinist, /Montreal.
Write Willinms Pin no Co.,  Ltd , Oslinwa, for copies of  illnslialcd  booklets)
on the histoiy.-nnd construction of a Piano, oi call at the local wareiooins
LEWIS   BROS.!    Revelstoke
.  K'e'-per'
Writer ?
.\ Juunuili'it
  A iik. 2,1
 Auk. 27
Kiom New Voik.
 Auk- -'I
lrioiii New Yoik.
St. r.ouis	
New Vo. 1.	
'I euloniu	
Ktriii-iii A ���K. Si
Lucan.a     A.,k.'27
Oi.ibn.i Sopl. II
I'.i-ifcUiiK.'is lickeltd thitniKh lo all-parlx of
(fieat llntjiiii anil t.eland, and at specially low
rales lo all parts nf Hit; Kuinpcan louIiii.-iiI.
Apply to uea. est. ail way or steamship nKc.it o.
T.   W.  BEADSHAW, AKont.   Rcvolxtolcu
W. P. F   CUMIVIINOS.   PiiciHc   A^nnt
ably furnished with the choicest the market
affords.     Best  Wines,   Liquors, & Cigars.
, 'Rates $ r a day.     Monthly rate.
J".   _A.��JBE1I^T,      STOISTIE]'.
is i
The Best in the World
Mail uu IS Royal Grov.i Soap
Wrappers-, ,ind in return we
will mi.il.i beautiful f'ictiire
sue Ifix^O ; or for 20 VVrnpprr-i
your choice of over 100 books.
Drop us ii fiost nurd Hiking
for ii catalogue of premiums
to be hud I-'IIHK for Koynl
Crown Soup Wrappers
The Royal Soap Co.,
Vancouver, B.C. Limited.
W'e    have   c<uir-e-��    in
different   "iilijef't-      Our
r"cogni-i'(I   Lv   ie.idiri'/    educators.
W rite to
The Canadian Correspondence College. I.til.
ri.r'inln, llin,,
or t^'
I'm-: K,vvtt,o(i''s Oesehai. Aokncy
K.irnloop-4, J', f;.
'ih'- vraster Mt haiut-' i'r.r.. Tar 'i'j ip te aland jofti-ri-i the -.tent, -aJiiIc protiiptiy I* an-dn^
si of Kn a-i, oil nisi, cte frr. -tin ihlf for iru-
ih.iiucH, far.ni rn, ^tnrt-itnin trie -��� i.n|il'; of
rt'i-ipt, of '2c for n^taif' Alb'rt Toller, Hi/iu
('(��. nianuf.iolairi'rH. .Montreal
'OTICi;t."i  IIKRKIIY  (IIVKN  that   thiity
da>s after tlalc   I in,end Inaiiply In  ||u.
Inef ('(iiiiuissioiicr nl l.t.id-i iind Works tm a
,.|iii,al  )ii,-u-iil,, mil .mil .,uiy  awai tlmlici
'mm Ihe follownif;d,-.i iihul !iiiidsin lujote.iav
di-lili I ���
, C fi.....icii( fii���' al a |iu-t inarkid "Win.
\ (.(j.van's N. VV. to.iu , pusl,' |,!iuil, d on bla/eil
��� hoi .VJ ��� IntiiiH ��H In,in ii.tcicnce ptml on west
i.ank or I'l.iKMou Cneli aliuiit I wo miles aliovi.
| vu-i In tm )i, linn. (��� Miiiih in rihilim, llic-iir (.
, i-.wl lli��< h.ili.s, Lli.-i.ce iiiii Hi Kiehahis, tliciire
' ��eit UMi haliiH tu plan., nf cjinmcnrcmciil.
Ii.Ucd October -Ml li, IJKil.
To Trappers
Raw Purs Boughu
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
SIXTY day��� after date wc Hie .iinleMlKni'd
prornoli r-t inlctid iii.ik-iim ,ijip||( ntlon lo I lie
( mi f ( Oliiiiii-.nion, i of LiukIh unit Win Itn. fur
r,< mii'sl'in to .lea. S.Uiiiaii Cnekof olwiiu,.-
Iiotis ,i���.| make niiiutm rrient-., for the puipo-e
of (IriiliiK Iok^ down -laid t ri-i k, IjeKiiinlriK nl a
l^.l.ii iinir out I'I of Ai.iislioiiK Lake, Il ('..,
tin me foll.iAliiK Hiil.l neek In its month wlieie
iL.nlcr���north ciwl arm of Liiiiit Anow Like.
I (IRIM.-tllY tc .MCltl'IIY.
I ImIi.I lhHL'1-.i .lav O.lnbcr, IWil.
f!, ..Ion, II. C
\[(JT1C/.; i'i ln-riby ��ivni. th.it, .'Kidnjs nflor
11 dnl" I inlnnd to/i|,|,lj to Uti llunoralilo
tliu Chief. Coiiiiiii--noiii.r of Land-, and Works
fop a -,,,i)rial lireu ti ttteul auA rarrj away ti.n-
luir fr.iin Hit, rnllowiiiKdo-cribi'd  laritts-
( ririiiiioiii'iii... al a no-n [ilaul. d '20 chains from
Hin \s��'s_ sh.irii of l*[>f���>r Arro.v Laid, about
Hirnc inihw ^tjuth nf Null], p. ruiuil.it; nienco
nn^t Id fliiiiiis, south sOrtiains, u0^t In elini.i-.
north IMI, chains east ^ tl) chain- to,jointor
roiii[nrii.��(.|'nietil rtinlaiuiuK ,il(l acred moro t>r
ll.ilntl llio ljth day of Novomhor. IWI'
l.-ijau C is. KIRK,
" Advertised ResponsibilH.y'
Liberal advertising
for many years has
created in the public
a justifiable expectation that the "Slater" Shoe
combines comfort, durability,
fit. shapestfetention and beauty.
nnd to hold its trade its makers
afC comvdted to make it as
good  as the public expects.
Goodyear Welted
For Men  "�����       For Women  gg}
C. B. HUME & Co., Agents, Revelstoke. THE KOOTENAY. MAIL.  '/?$  Requires nourishment in a concentrated, palatable and easily  digestible!form. Bovril should therefore form one of the  chief items on ' the diet list of every, invalid, as it,,is,the  -embodiment of all these qualities.   .   ���������  ���������     '    _ "  ���������  Bov:il is not merely a stimulant to prop up the flagging1  ' spirits ior ih,: passing hour.1 It'is a highly nourishing food,  containing all the strength-giving properties of the best lean  beef in the most palatable and easily digestible form.'   , 7  : Bovril,' is; laquid , Life.".' ���������  THE STANDARD;  COPPER MINES  ���������   What Perseverance Will'Do.  r ' These properties ��������� were (--located 'in  tbc spring and 'summer of '90 by IT. P.  Smith, C. .1. .Rumens and'Henry Will-  cox on what is nowA known '-us-, the  Standard,Basin'. It was practically at  that time an inaccessible mountain j  distant from the Columbia River about  . eight or nine'miles by the way'in  which a person would naturally have  to travel in order to reach the nmin.it,  1 f' ' A'' ' although the mountain  proper'grud 11-  Ailly slopes down 'to the rivei, and _is  not, on anPair line, more than four  nnd a half miles from it. The altitude  of the mountain is1" something over  5000cfect above the .river, ��������� ��������� ''  The (first,-, supplies were taken  into  phe property  by, these men by'a boat  "poled   up  the, river,-and- from  there  * carried on their backs up the mountain. ' ,< '       '    i '  , They began to open up theii properties 1mdebtbe31eatestd1sadv.1nt.1ge  possible, but'they felt certain from the  ,,- splendid surface indication:, th.it'they  wcte good.and1 in the course,of time  that'they would be. fully repaid-for  their labor. They also <reahse'd that  should they find permanent ore veins  /carrying pay ore they would have advantages possessed by very few owtreis  of copper mines. They saw immediately  that the Columbia River was navigable  for steamboat transportation unci that  there were numerous places rrr the  , vrcinrty of the mines and' on the  Columbia ^ River  for va _smelter' site,  ��������� -with unlimited water power close to  lime rock for fluxing should this be  found necessary, and_ also with, any  amount'of' timber  for fuel,  building  ,,-purposes and for timbering the,mines.  With   their' extensive ' knowledge  of  A* mining'and familiarity vvith the con-  ���������> ditious  governing the, opening up of  the majority of the copper   mines  of  '   Colorado and' the United   States, and  i   knowing the great'value of a .copper  'mine,  they  realized  that'the proper-  thing to do was to develop the property  and turn it  into a   mine.    Instead of  selling   it   as   a    prospect   like   the  majority of prospectors, they went'to  ���������work with the determination to make  a  mine.   They   have  succeeded,  tlie  present grand  showing of ore in  the  Standard speaks Jor itself.  r-       In  '97  or   the   year  following  the  locatiorrs of the properties, the provincial government built a pack trail up  the  mountain but  rt did  not prove  satisfactory, as it was  found a shorter-  route could be selected, so in 1901 the  government built a new one up Five  Mile  Creek  at an  expense of about  $1000.   This  shortened   the distance  ,  ��������� from Revelstoke to  the mine (by the  river) to about thirty miles.  Two years ago an excellent steam  boat wiis put on the river, so that now  a trip to the mine can be made easily  'in a day during steam boat navigation.  The work was carried on steadily up  to the spring of 1900, when the Prince  Mining and Development Company  Limited Liability was organised to  take ovei the property. , At this time  Mr. Smith and his partners had done  a very large aniout of work and had  gotten into sonic -scry oie. 'Since the  organisation of the company the work  has been carried along steadily. The  directors arc: President, W. M. Brown;  Vice-1'iesidcnt, II. P. Sin.th; Secietaiy  and Treasurer, J..M.Scott; Superintendent, C. J. Rumens,, and J. P. Laing, of  Pendleton, Oregon. These gentlemen,  to whom has been -intrusted the management of thecompany, desctve great  credit, for the systematic manner in  which they havAcarried on 'the work.  There hits now been over 3,000  feetcof work done ou the property,,  with the great showing of eight feet of  ore on the Commander Aline, and with  the enormousbhowingof fifteen feet in  the   No.   2   vein   on   the   Standard,  .carrying a value of over   thice  times  ���������Unit of the far finned " G run by Copper  ���������Mines" that are paying so handsomely.  \Vo have no hesitancy in saying that  wc believe the Standa.d Alines will  prove to be the equal of any copper-  mines in North America. The pro-  , perty is one of the best and most  legitimate mining investments in tire  Province, and with the steady advance  and high outlook for the copper  rnaiket theie ib every icason to believe  the Standiud will develop into a mine  of great value and one which will  biing big returns to the owncis.  Wc congratulate our town and this  section of the countiy on having such  a deter mined and successful institution  as the Piincc Miningand Development  Company. We bespeak groat tilings  for them and prophesy [hat (he  Klandaid group of mines will be the  United Veide of Uiitish Columbia. Wo  tmdeibtnnd the Cnipiiny hits a brunch  . ollice in St. Louis, Missouri, tinder the  nuimigoineiit of Mr. II. P. Smith. It  is too bad so many of our best properties tuo being oponod up by foroign,  capiliil, they arc gradually passing  into the hands of the Americans. If  the Canadian capitalists would finance  1 hese' splendid propositions and, then  use the large sums of "money earned  by so doing here at home, what a great  thing it would bo for our country ?   ������������������  GRANBY  SMELTER  , Furnaces,to be increased.,  Jacob Langlotli, president' of the  American -Metal Co., Ltd .J1* of" New  .York, has been elected president of the  Granbyr Consolidated ��������� Alining and  Smelting Company, 'in succession to  S. H. C. Aimer, of Montreal, resigned.  Air. .Langloth, is" one of the ^world's  leading copper magnates. The board  has .decided tot install two _, additional  furnaces at the smelter, increasing the  capacity, to 2500 tons daily.' The new  furnaces will be,in operation" in Febru-  arv next.  MINING, MATTERS  Boom in Granby,Copper, Shares  . Silver Dollar Progressing.  IL V.' Fuller, owner of Bay claim in  Skylark Camp,'about, a .mile, from  Greenwood," strtick''quart,7 of a greenish  wlrrte color literally speckled with gold,  and from 12 to 15 inches in width.  '' Returns from the last car of E. P. U:  ore netted over $2,000 for less than 20  tons. ;   ��������� 1.     .������   ���������  The richest car of, ore ever shipped  from the Boundary went out recently'  from the Elkhorri. .The ore was grey  copper ������ancl native 'silver, and* from  assays made the value should be very  urge. , A ..       _ , .    ,  American mines are now sending  pre to Canada toi be smelted," four cars  of copper ore from Idaho having been  received last week at the Trail'smeltcr.  The St. .Eugene sold $250,000 dollars  of lead ore in the last four- months, the  'production of which cost $230,000,  mainly in labor, which could not have  been employed without the load bonus.  The -Beatrice Alines, Ltd., are now  calling for tenders for rawhiding 200  tons of ore from the mine to Camborne.  Grauby mining shares,.jsays the Sun,  are the sensation of the Boston market.  In three weeks' tire stock advanced  from.$3.50 to $5.87������ on November 18.  Sales for the week ending then were  ovei 100,000, or 20 per cent of all the  shaies dealt in on the exchange. It is  thought that theie must be some new  developments'in the company which  are responsible. The recent publication of the annual report, showing  yearly profits of-a quarter of a million,  did not seriously affect the securities.  The Gran by mines will shortly be  equipped with the first electric locomotive to be used m any copper mine  in British Columbia. It will be operated at the 'No. 3 tunnel level in the  mine and out to the new ore crusher  and ore bins, the latter of which are  now rapidly nearing completion. The  crusher itself will also be operated by  electricity, as well as the ore skips,  which "will raise the ore to the bins  after being crushed.  The last shipment of ore sent from  the Lucky Boy at Trout Lake returned values of $r70 a ton. Manager  Eliwiut was agreeably surprised as the  shipment was not of what might be  termed their best grade ore. Between  15 and 20 men are employed on'the  property and the development is progressing vcty favorably.  Work on the adjoining claim, the  Horseshoe, was resumed under lease to.  Alex McLean and L. AIcLcllani Last  winter the owners, Alessis Craig and  liilniaii, worked the property and  shipped quite a quantity of ore which  gave an average value of $100 per ton.  The Boundary output this year will  be over 800,000 tons of ore.  Rossland mines are producing 1000  tons of 01c a day, and the camp feels  good as the losults of the discovery of  a splendid body of ore in the 1,-150 ft  level of the Le Roi, which indicates  better prospects for deep mining at  Rooslarrd.  FISH CREEK MINES.  _  TJIU   SILVI'.R   DOLLAR.  Steady progiess is being made at the  Silver Dollar., This week the timbers  for the sawmill >veie got out and the  trainers are now piepaiing them for  the election of the building. Grading  of compressor and mill site has been  completed, and Wills and Kennedy  have just finished construction of the  dam on Alohawk cieck.  The next thing on the piogranime  in the construction of flume line to  supply wiitei power to operate sawmill,  compressor iindstiuupmill; pipe for the  flume is due to arrive any day now.  Systematic,   development    ia    being  accomplished on the Silver Dollar with  good results. At the end oi the crosscut tunnel drifts have been run on  each side; one drift being in 190 feet,  and the other,' which was .started  recently, is in 90 feet. In these drifts  crosscuts are being driven at intervals  of 50 feet, nnd so far all of then have  evpused' nice, looking oie.. The 'Oie  body is wider and _ more solid at 'the  bottom of tlie di n't than it is overhead,  which proves tli.it with deptn the lead  will be both wide .111.1 peiin.inent. In  ii week or so more'a cioss. ut will be  driven under the outciop of'galena  that was discovcic.l about two months  ago, iind it is anticipated that a line  body of rich oie will be tapped  A meeting of the sh ireholders of the  El wood Tin workers Golcb .Mining Co.,  Ltd.,'operating the 'Silver Dollar, held  in' El wood, Ind., was hugely attended,  shaicholders coming ftom all,parts of  'Indiana and ''Ohio. Newton W.  Riniiiena,'iM.E., of-Pittsburgh, Perm.,  who lecently mnde a thorough c.\ani-  ininion of the Silver Dollin and other  propcities in the Cam bourne camp, addressed the'meeting and "gave a very  flattering opinion of the camp and'its  possibilities, .which was ���������"endorsed by  Prof. Crowoll and .Judge Avcrill, of  -Indianapolis, Intl., A. F. Kosenbefger,  of Chicago, and J. A LJ.iri-agh, of  Camborne,, resident manager of the  company.   '    ', ,  c        .MA.M.MO'111   CltOUT.   ' '   ���������  , The Mammoth is a very b isy spot  at present. Ore sacking and ratvhid  ing are in' full,swing, and,' unless the  weather gets too severe, these conditions will obtain for some time yet.  The'ore will be trunspoitod- from the  mouth' of Ruby Silver creek'to Beaton  as soon as enough snow falls to make  good sleighing.���������Miner.  BEATRICEMINES.  ' W. Gooding, of the firm of .Gooding  and Orchard, returned - from . his inspection of "the "Beatrice mines on  Monday and in giving his opinion of  tiro propei ty said be considered it one  of the finest properties on the market.  "The 1 properly consists," said ',Mi\  Gooding,' "of three full-sued crown-  granted mineral claims/ comprising  one'" hundred, aiid fifty six ,acres/  There has recently been constructed  by the government a four,and ,it, half  foot rawhiding trail six miles in length  at a cost of $2,500. -      ,    '     f    '.- ������i  The mine is equipped to- accommodate thirty'miners. "'On the claims is  an excellent water, supply, which is  carried in pipes to the bunk and 'the  boarding house. There is.a considerable quanti'ty'of.timber on the property, in fact.'f sufficient to last for  several years.' There is no timbering  needed except at .the approach to the  tunnel.     "c   \  The Beatrice was at'first thought to  be a galena proposition and it was not  until the full extent of '.the mineral-  bearing veins .had- been; thoroughly  prospected that jt was' found 1 the  property* contained'both high-grade  silver-lead ores', and free-milling gold  quint/, of a "high"'standard. In my'  estimation there is at . least four  thousand tons of silver-lead ore  actually in sight ready to be stoped  and shipped.       1' ~  ' .       '<  This ore is being mined upon an  economical method viz. by quarrying,  and will not, for ��������� mining, -transportation and milling," cost a sum in  excess of $3 40 per ton. ���������       .  I'am thoroughly conversant with  the formation of the Beatrice property," Air. Gooding continued, "and I  have no hesitation in. saying that I  consider that under the present sy8tem  of management���������apart from the fact  that the Canadian government Days  a bounty of $15.00 per ton on lead  mined nnd smelted within its borders  ���������the Beatrice mines have a great  future in store for  the  shareholders."  The war has had a bad effect on the  fur market, as Russia is a large user of  furs.  o   Cured  His. Mother , of Rheumatism.  "Aly mother has been a sufferer for  many years from rheumatism," says  W. H. Howard of Husband, Pennsylvania. *' "At times she was unable to  move at all, while at all times walking was painful. I presented her with  a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm  and after a few applications she decided it was the most wonderful pain  reliever she'had ever tried, in fact, she  is never without it now and is at nil  times able to walk. An occasional  application of Pain Balm keeps away  the pain that 'she was formerly  troubled with." For sale by all  druggists.  XTOTICB IS HKKEKY GIVKX that, thirt>  JL\ dajs aftei dale.we intend to make application 10 the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Work- for a special license to cut a id  carry away timber from the following described lands:���������  Number 1.  Commencing at a po-t planted about live  chains we-t of Bovd's Cabin 011 the divide  beta cud Citinberiy Crock and l'uigslon Creek,  marked "H.IJ.L Co'-, noilh-cust cornel post,"  thence .-outb W chains, thence we-t Sh chains.  tlionce nor th SO chains, thence east HI chains to  point of conitiencenient.  ,        Number 2.  Commencing at n po-t planted on the west  side of K. & S. block SI 1 about one mile west of  where Dovd'-Trail lo I'lngsion Cieek ciOsi.es  the back line of said block and marked " ll.H.  L. Co'-, -cnilli east corner post." thence wc-tSO  chains, thence north SH chain-, thence ciisl SO  chain-, thence -oiilh SO chains to point of com  nicnccmcnl.  Number 3.  Commencing am po-t planted on Ihe west  side of K. &S. block SI 1. about oiicand one-half  miles -outh of w here Uoyd's trad to Pingsion  Creek cro���������cs the back line of said, block,  marked "B.IJ.L Co'-, north east corner post,"  thence-outb fed chains, thence west SO chains,  thence north SO chains thence east Sn chains  to point of eoinmenccinent.  Number I.  Commencing at a post planted one mile west  of the -outh-we-t corner of lv. & S. block 860  and marked "X. McEaclicm's south east corner  po-t," thence north 100 chains, thence west 10  chains, thence -outb 100 chains, thence east JO  chaim to point of commencement.  Arrowhead. Nov. S. 1901.  UIC BEND LUMHKIl CO. Ltd.  I Id 10  -yrOTIOK IS 1IKRKHY GIVKX that l/Jdays  J_> afterdate I intend lo apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lmdsiind Works for permission to purchase 2-JO acres of land described as  follows;���������  Commencing at a po-t planted on tho east  shore of Upper Vrrow Lake about a quarter of  mile north of Half Way Creek nca, St. Leon,  marked "W. Cowans "Oiith-wu-l corner post,"  thence east 10 chains, llicnec north 10 chains,  thi'iiec we-t about fiO chain" to the east shore of  -aid lake, thence in a south e.w,teily direction  following the meandering-, of said "bore to the  point of commencement.  IMtctl tho ithdny of November, A. I). 1901.  WjM. GOWArs.  Iijal2  LORD STRATHCONA  , j      '  has given his patronage for recitals  In Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto  to Lynwood Farnam, A. R. C.  Al., A. R.,C. O  Mr. Farnam is tire young Canadian  Pianist -who' won the Lord Strathcona  Scholarship four years ago, entitling  him to a four years course in London,  England. lie is now a graduate pupil  of, .William Stevenson Iloyt who is  well known as  '    King Edward's Organist and  ,   Master of Music.   ���������  ' , i  The prediction made that Mr. Farnam  would be heard of again in this country ,  has already been fulfilled judging from  Newspaper'comments from Sherbrooke,,  Que., and other places. The papers  state that he is a genius beyond al]  question. If'Tech'mchal perfection is  attainable they say he has it and Ihe  delicacy and arlistic finish of his playing  is'styled enthralling. ,        ,     \  Mr. Farnam's lour through Canada  has just started. lie lias chosen for all  his performances' the New Scale Williams Piano of which he says i "Your  New Scale Vv'illiaihs Piano at my late1  concerts gave thebest of salfcraclioi].'  In lone and action,'tlicy nrc everything  that could be desired.'_' With tin's grc.-.t  piano' and its wonderful resource of  tonal qualities to draw front it is cry  to, predict for Air. Farnam a i"ort  successful Canadian,tour. His j;ci.i'. s  for interpretation nnd Uicidc'.ic-tc repression of his playiug have enthral!'. .1  many nlrcady. P   '   '  Solo Local Agents: Lewis   llros., Revelstoke. B. C. ,  Wm. Fleming1,  ,c Wholesale and Itctall  Meat Merchant - -  Fish   and   Game   in 'Season,  1        11    '  -p First St., Revelstoke:  Colds  , ' It should be borne iiAriiind that  every cold weakens the hinc;s, low-y  ers the< vitality'and  prepares'the  .system   for  the'more  serious  dis-1  eases,  among which are the   two'  ���������greatest destroyers of human life,  'pneumonia and consumption.  , v  Chamberlain's  . 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Please ent out and paste 111 fiont of  'Phone lSow  Twice 11 me 22. nnd  1122 is (he ���������'Phone  Local or Loii(j Distance for the  20th Century  BusinessTnainingco.,Ltd.  Tlio Ncvv'Colli'KO is now coniplete.iraiut Is-���������'  't    Minute at the corner of Hi nail and  Yntes Sis. Vicloiia, B U.  AiiMiiKCiueiils   made  for   UonnliiiK Canadian  ��������� Vinuiicnn, nnd JforciRii Pupils.  Wireless & Cable Axldrebs "L������niiseol,"Vieloria  SUBJKCITS���������Shorthand TypcwiitiiiK |all good  makes] Memory Methods, Uiiokleepini; Quick  ar J.'iguiea. SooHing, Iteiidint' [pioofj; Newspaper Wort; Litlio and Letterpres-, Piiiitint;;  Engiaving; illiistriilini?; Coirections and Paste  anil Scissois Work; Penmanship; Geometry;  Geography; languages; Kloeution; Kiighsfi,  Itepoi ting: Ad vei LisIiik; Ad-writ ing; Com.'Law  foi Clerk.-, and Stenogiaphers; Civil Sen-ice;  Hanking, Stocks .ind blmi.'s; IJiokcnng: Insm-  .inec; IJuying&.Sclling. Kleelneity; Telegi.iphy;  Navigation: Astionotny.  Postal pupils, all pails.  VIOTOHIA���������All day, piiMiteUiition  livening. 7 to I) o'clock.  VANCOUVER���������Feu Hloek for blioi-tlmn.l,  Typing and Kiit|tiiieis.  1'i.nuv S. Siiakksimpvi-.i:,  SJlli Nov., l'KII.  Secy.  100,SILK PIECES!  Extra largo silk and satlni for Taney  work. Lovely colors sine to pli'.isi;,'wall book  of fancy woil, and 111 tislic tni'ininm, ALL foi  l.'i cenls, t lols lor Mo, Minn-}- ii'ini-ned in-  stiuitly if ntil.iiH leiiieseiiled. lll.isLr.ilcd Llsl  KHICK. Addicss: EXCELLO CO.. 472 Main  Street, East Orange, N. J.  iN������Mffli  Standard lomcdy tor Gleet,  Gonorrhma and Runnings  fuinY]  IN 48 HOURS.    Cures Kid- l"011  noy and Bladdor Troubles.  DON'T  MARRY. DCCTORnr lies  pair, "Don't do a thing  Lill yon suo cl.'.irh wli.it 1  bnstJ.j itiel of FlashllKhtH  on Human Nature, on lioulth, disuusu, Invii.  iniirriiigi) nnd p.troiiliiK'). Tolls wlml >mi,d nsk  .1 tlootor, hut don't like to. 21(1 |..ig()s. Illiisirnl-  etl, 2"ic.iiils; lint lo introdiieo .1 wc semi 011.)  only to .ins ndi.lt for pnsli.K'i. 10 cents. M.  UlLli PUB. CO., 12DEast 28th Street, New  York.  I   HOTEL   LARPEAU  ' -COMAPLIX ^EEEEEEEE  ($j -   ;���������:������"*������  -cj_y  Good Table ^ <  dtn'The Best'House in Town.-    - ", V/ell Furnished  ���������f     Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.    $  W~      ^^wrHAMILTok Proprietor/'\,      '   $ *  ueeii'B-:L&ptel; "  COMAPLIX  - CHIEF YOUNG,    -���������     -       - -. Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.-  - Travellers to Fish  Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this Hotel. ,  <���������';",'  s,       ,_..    i,  E.   B.   EDDY'S  - KING  EDWARD," 1000=  '��������� HEADLIGHT," 500s  " EAGLE," 100s ,ui(l 200s  "VICTORIA."  "LITTLE COMET.'.'  TOR   SALE   EVERYWHERE.  CT2.  Are the Best that can be bought.  Don't experiment with other and inferior brands.  USE' lEJDDID-Srr'S  iDiRiisns:  PERFECTION   COCOA  11 is absolutely pure  COWAN'S CHOCOLATE-CAKE ICINGS,  CREAM BARS  ETC. ARE VERY CHOICEST QUALITY  The COWAN CO., Limited, Toronto  A SPLITTING  HEADACHE  Is often caused by  ordinaryimpuretea.  Keep on  the  safe ^/^J^J^^i^/ _ _  side by drinking only  CaW^^SS^      %m^^^^^s^zs^s^  which is manufactured, blended and packed with a painstaking thoroughness that seems  almost unnecessary in order to avoid even the slightest chance of any imperfection.  BLUIC   RIBBON TEA is best for everyone.  /  TEA r.?J������ Jii ^���������**--**'iw'^*' "  p   A-     -'    ->'  ���������!" Pi  I <(Hf  '" If vou think you  would like  ,to start   , ' '���������*  ���������' TAKINP   PHOTOGRAPHS-.  just call and see the variety of  KODAKS  CAMERAS  ' ,     '        AT THE    '   .  CANADA DRUG &  BOOK CO.  .They keep   all   the   necessary  supplies and  chemicals.      '   '-_  1    'Call, or send a "post'card for  Catalpgue.   , ���������   ���������  /THE KOOTEKAY MAIL.  WII.,A.lQ������P������Tv.V'inton.,nig his cusloinei- 1I...I   He lias, now   openul   l.is  -^ew^ jewelry store  McKBNZIB AVE., (Next Imperial' Bank)  , This store is Kilted in ..'n Up-to Dale manner with l''iMuies",ind Showcases  of the nio-tapp.oved <le������mn. Our goods a.e well selected .inil wc_ lime  uispeUion. Cut OUiss, Hold Headed C.incs. (lul.l-Mtmnletl Urn .U'U. s.  A   Si.lo.idi.1    Line   of    Uracelets,   Silver   fc-els, ,('.tiv ing  bets,  HHi facts  ff    '     !>..... 1.,..    1  tti'incmlici Iho bu-l place Lu select  Local and General.  ;������..   i        ' _  '  M   suit   for   libel   is   repotted    n-  .    probable'   between     two   ��������� prominent  'citizens.���������'��������� ' ���������   ��������� <  -The,American weather   bureau pre  ���������'    diets'severe weather west of the Rocky  Mountains Dec. LlUi."    ,  Molson's Bank have (issued  a   very  '- nice, calendar for thenew year entitled  "When the (lowing tide comes in."  J. Mooney,<operatbr at licet'���������.- "!IS  "  brought in to the b-p.'-V   ������'.������ .���������������������������*  suft'erins f.onVappeiuiicitis, for, which  'A-,-"'operation was performed.  It,is proposed to move the Molbodist.  '' Church from Third street to corner of  ',"    Second street and Movie n ve., when', a  site Iras been teemed for the purpo.se..  '; A strike of the'railroad telegraphers  on the C. P. -It. w.ia oidcicd   for,_ Wcrl-  '"'nesdiiv at   midnight,   but   wns called,  - ofi'. '  'The ' principal   demand of b he  ' meii    is '"minimum    w.igc   of   !(i7i)   ;i  month, its with-1 he  commercial   fele-  .graphers. < ,  Bevelslokc'siifl'c'rs from, (he di.-ivv-  1 hnck'Of'a shortage of house necom'-  'modntion a I, present and families who  ,wouid move here arc nniible lo do so.  1 Several trainmen who wished to settle  in .Revelstoke,have had to move their  families to Kam loops. .  In the window   of  0.   IS.   Hume  it  ''Co.'s store is being exhibited   the   big  ''- c.iriUAsliol. by (J.tp'l. Forslund in  the  '    Bend shortlyfbcfore navigation closed.  ' It has been"mounted '-by   II.   W.'  lid-  " wards, nn.wlnwij wmk n-s :i timdennist  ,   .it reflects"the highosl'crcclit.  '-'    The Revel-stoke Lund Company have  made .'nViniportanl -puicliiise. having  bought from   Jib   .1. Bourne' the block  which he ownetl on First street opposite  the Union   Hotel,  and   adjoining the  "   b'lock which .P. Burns X- Co. recently  purchased ,trom ' Mr.    Bourne.'    The  < companv have paid a high price for the  lot. but "it" one  of  the  most valuable  business sites in the city.     Tt.c company will   move   Bourne's   old   store  building to their new purchase.  "Bio^BLEMJxT  RKTliRJf VISIT OK Till: 1 (JN'OOX  I'.IOsCOI'i:  - co.mj'.v.ny's i;.nti:i:tain-mi:x-i'.  The  J.ondou   Jlioscopo   Company's.  enteitainment which, under   the title  of' "Living  Canada,''   has met' with  such   extraordinary  success   in   this  . country, pays a return visit to the  Opera House, commencing on Friday.  30th December, for two pt-iforinanees.  and. in addition to an entirely new  series of Canadian views, will be included a number of subjects of a novel  and startling nrture. Those who cannot afford ihe luxury of foreign travel  to sec these line views it is tlie ne.\t  best thing to see these pictures. They  aie not fancy picttuos but are all taken  from  life and   are  ot   the suite  high  , class order as those which made such  a splendid reputation herejast season.  But there is something new this time,  an intensely rnteiesting dcp.ti lure in  this class of enteitainment. It consists of it cojlection oi animated vi.nvs  showing every pha-c of the life-boat  service from the first cry of '- Man the  lifeboat'" to the linn] -ceiies of rescue,  resuscitation and return   to   land.    A  ,*������������������ Balloon tragedy in mid-air," undo  on the top of the Imperial Limited,  '���������Gulliver's, Travel.-,'' "Driven fnnn  Home.-- the gr> ni London paiitomme  ".���������-leeping Beauty" in colon-, etc.. et<-..  will be features.  Christmas Gift,  ���������unnamBBBD  IS   'AI.LiritrS   NKW   .IKWKLHY    STOHK.  x eVelstbke (j*.ei}era 1  -A rtistic. ^d^ertisiilS^eali  GOODING A.-,'ORCHARD, Ta'yi.ok Ulouic, McKk.vzii: Avk.  ��������� Amounts Collected ?M?���������, Insurance.'.  P.O. Box  705. ���������  Till". ONLY  'Employment & D,,rPon \  ,   Information,    'QUI Cclu<  ARTISTIC ADV15RTISING BURKAU IX Till'.'  'Phone  No. 42.  I NT Kill OB  BUSINESS LOCALS.  JJ'.you want .I'beautiful fan the Red  Cioss Drug Store .is the placc'toget it.  From 25cAb Jf.15.00. " ,    .  C. ii: Hume & Co. hendiiuartcrs for  nice XmnS' picscnts, the largest  selection in town; everything in toys  and novelties. ,  Keep youi; eye on "that '$10 box of  Oadhury's best chocolates iii Manning's  window.  \V6 liav;c just opened a mngnilicent.  :ni:iy of ebony hair nnd cloth brushes.  These are the veiy best made. J I' you  want one don't forget*lo see them at  ,1.1m Canada Drug and��������� Book Store.  A wrestling match is boingnrranged  between Champion Mcl.cod and .1. Ci.  McLennan to lake place at Kevelstoke.  The finest assortment .of toys in the  cily ill, .Manning's. '-    ,,  .lon'l for-'Ct that to.-' even's dollar  cash pui'chaao you get a ticket for the  guitar'and pair of vases nt the. Red  Cross Drug Store.   '  K. I'I. Truenian's sp.dip is now oiien  in personal chaige of himself to the,  end of December. . Sittings can benr-  r,ing������'d,ftSr to suit con venience of those  reipuring portrails or groups.        7,  Suiiablo iircsonts'fur ' Christmas���������  blinks, leather' novelties iind Ini'int  wood���������in fact a variety too numerous  to mention at Bow's' Drug Store.  '      '���������  If' you are looking for Chrislbn.-is  presents by all means see .lolnp K.  W'botl's big stock ofjfin intnro.^ There  you will Iind everything in the way of  furniture'to suit, tlie most 'fastidious  taste in the way,of a good Christ mas  present. '  The Revelstoke liisurar.ee Agency,  l,td . have been appointed agents for  the Pacific Coast Insurance Company.  The Canada' Drug and Book Company h.ivephis jeiira niuclrlarger and  .up-to-date stock of Xmas goods than  ever. Vou can Iind ulnn^t'anything  you want in their well selected stock.  Drop in and see it.  Cadbury's chocolates aie the best  iind the best of them i= that $10 box  in Manning's window. Secure it before it is too late.  Choicf dairy butter in small lots,  just the thing ior. your Christmas  baking, at Ilobsor. and Bell's.  A superior lor of brass- waie-T-tray.-,  bowls, vases, etc.���������at the Red'Cross  Drusr Store.    ,  Manning'.-   window  oilers the most  attractive object of  tie,-season in  Hint  .-?l() b .s   of Cadl'iiry-.-   Ijest chocolate  Who i.J si'ins to secure it'  Golden Opportunity  Fop ; the. Wa^e-Earners  '-Your oiistom wanted at Brown's.  .' Cigars at Soo, $ 1   a nd   $ 1 -if> per bev  of 10 at Manning's. ,       '    r  <   If you ine short of   dough' call   at  Ilnlisnn and  Hell's.- i  Holly,' Holly, 1 lolly���������well berried  at Bow-A.Prug Stiire.   ,     -    ,        .'   .,,  C!o to .1. CC Miicdoiiiild.'s for your  Christ mas neckwear., , .  I l:iii-brushes, militaiy .and single,  nt the Red Cross Drugstore.  h'eineiiilier f.he Revelstoke Ifospilnl  Bull on ,1,-iiiiinry. I!)th._  Christinas Cards���������Something new  at, the Cii.iiida  Drug SI ore.  Read C. B! ,IIiime and   Co's. advei-  lisonient on lir.st, page of this'i.ssiie.  ,   Rend C. B. II nine cv   Co's   long   list,  of holiday pi esent s   on    Cusp  page of  this issue.    Xmas i-i coining.  r .1. 15. th-essiiiaib. Tiiilo'r and Clothier,  o.in give you the best ouTfit.  of 'mnde-  to-nie.'i&ure clothing in.the city.,, ,  <> That Almond Paste and   Rice Flour  yon   wore,  asking   for   has   arrived .at  'llobson and Bell's.   ( '  It, will interest admirers' of fp.ol,ty  furnilmo,to look over Howson's stock  for Xmas gifts. _ <  istv-hsh pet-runies in iienutli'iil Luxes.  Tho'vorj best at 'the Canada D.ug  Sto.e.  Our leaders���������those, celebrated Bear  Brnnd Kggs, only toTio had "at llobs.m  nnd Bell's'., '    >    .    ���������       ' '   '  ^Call and see our samples of tweeds  Ac. and get our, priccfor that winter  suit. Knight and Deyine. Tailors,  iie\t V. 0. Brown's First St.  See "tlie $10 box of Cadbury's best  chocolates in Manning's window'. Will  be leduced rJfi cents a day till sold.  Toys���������good strong and serviceable  ones and ;i big vaiiety at the Canada  l)iug St(iie.  Go to Manning'.? for freshly made  candy, local nianufactuie.  A beautiful lot of diessing eases in  ebony and ivory at the Red Cross Drug  Stoie.  Go to .I.G. Macdonuld's for all your  gents' furnishings, hoots and ^hoes  Select fiom 1 low-sou's stuck of furni-  luie a pretty chair, table, settee or  seoietary for an Xmas, gift. _^_  Bews- display of ftincy novelrics for  Christmas embraces all that a holiday  shopper can think of and lots of other  things.  See'.). B- Ciessman a bunt that suit  of clothes for Christmas.'    1 Ie can give  you a nice selection  of   material   with       Gladstone '-aid tb.it "notiiing except i g  best quality of workmanship. j the mint   can    nt.-ike   money without' "  Something nei\ in Indie- ,\m\ ei nt's Puivmiisiiig." The famou- statesman  travel hm; eases. I.eatliei photo fi ami's | |,,]i;ht have ^nne f.iitb'-r and -aid that  nnd writing cast's. See them n't the j :ulvt'i ti-me; i- the mint in winch  Canada  Drug Stoic. I money    i-     coined     for    wide-awake  Fluweis.iud   legetables   all   winter j business men who Us.- the   K'ooumv  eni-natioiis.   oliiysnutheinum.-    lettuc-; Mail lor their advertising,  and    wati'ieiess       Floral     designs    a;     p(,n't   'inrtret    if   yt.u    want   l.uoli-.,  specialty.���������-I. M u,i:v, Fiorist b-athel   or  eloth   l������.niid,   wni can gel j  A'Marvello'us expansion and rapid advancement of the resi  dential portion 'of the,City pf Revelstoke" has classed .-improperly on  the Smelter Townsite as gilt-edge investments, and a sure thing for,  investors or home-seekers.    We have received instructions from' the  owners io-place on the market, for'a limited .time oirly,''a'number ol  'lots in the very center of the coining residential portion ol   the city,^  'and we propose to give-the'wage-earner and small investor an unexcelled opportunity for money .mttking.      . '.', .      '    '     i     p  '     Our proposition is as  follows:    i 50, lots, in.the city ,limits and  ������������������ McKenzie   'and <  t        ' 'l     1  on Eighth street,'  ���������feet.'    This   pro-  v ,J-  on the market-'at---  December' . 30th,'  dateAll remaining'  , be .withdrawn.- , *, __  terms   until, such  lying-   between  =Robson*~Avenues- ���������  each    lot   50x1001  perty will rcniain- ,  these-^ terms - until  Yc.04,' after -which r.  lots will positively  - -. The price and ,  date-will be as follows :' '$10 cash and $10 monthly .payments with,  no interest.",.- Corner lots $50 additional. j_ All, applications will be*  allotted as received. ' _.', . -    ���������     ,",' c   /  '    For,further particulars and'plans apply to ,   , ,  1 1 '        ������      , ,  ' ���������' - , ''        v -'  1   ,    "     - - ��������� 1    -  ; Revelstoke, Insurance,  .     Agency  }   .LOANS  j:  INSURANCE   /.'REAL ESTATE     ,/  , f 1        (���������*    1 ,    l      r   1      t  .      4    MOLSONS  BA'N.K  BUILDING.  one of  till'  best    s,,|, cttons   |,|   til'' (;i,ll||.  Ill-   sit    the   r.mi'l.i    I'lllg   .-ilitl    B'ok  ee ih.-ii  To-tliu people fi Kevelstoke that the  Red Cross Drti^ St.,re ha.- the I'ine.-t  Disirlity   <>f    C'l.ii-tiii.i-    I'resent.-   in  No exception, ami at price-that can't  be beaten. Wc cannot lell you all we  have in' stock���������it would take up too  much oi tlie paper���������but call and see.  You won't be sorry.  ALSO  ���������'mr   cigar   sales   are   equal   to tin  o.mLinvifs.ib s ol any two e.g.1  -U.r.s       . (  In town        "III-   books .lie open  lul   III-  sniietioi..     Tint  is ii good-rtasou why       Sorit'.body   1-   g-mig   to   .-t .1 gie.U j  vou shoul.lde.il with 11's. "BROWN S."   Uirgain on that .|I0 !���������,%  ���������i  C.idl.my-, I  '   ,..             .     ,,        ;n i-,,,,i ih , best eh..e,i|,ite- 111  Manning s wmdi-.w  Visitors to Bevt-lstoke wiM tind it t ���������                                         ."         .        .  t .1     ,.     ..  1 It v'i'ii Jnw go,.1    -1 <���������(    111   gooo   s,i|i  ' tl ��������� nd-.nntage to .-.t..pat the (.enti-,,1 '-p               ->                       ,    ,      r  '       ,      ,.       T               A ,           .,,1., vi .1 li.ive .1 r g it to evi.i'i I   to   n .0   .1  I,,,���������..,.      HllIiUs    ,,������������������,,on,    ,..,I,v���������v ._        i>n             ?((H             |ir      atUl.tujUi2  -t.itloii- lo meet all  Hams. , |,:������������������^|/, |���������. eoli.n.l,' of I h-  Kooi,-.-v  f-     t'.iil and -ee our >:i 111 pies   ol    lw s    M^f      u)(|    y(|||    lsU]      ,piV|.    _,   l,[ii(  l-.V.-. .nu\ t'i'l "in-  pri.-e   lor  that wmtir   j,,,rv.��������� -r  'suit.       h'night   aiid    Devine   T.-.iloi-s       ' r  r, ���������.. ,, M |m(;, ;, ., , |,).. ,;,, ,,, '  next I-'. G. Brown'-, l-'nst St. ' Un^ h> -M) ,-,   ,, ���������),. .-,,,. ;.,, T> ,,-,,|���������,u, ���������  A  lnt   liloie    new   goods   ieeeive.1   n t , r. 11 ��������� - bull.ling p. ������������������ ��������� iding .iccilniin i.l.il |,,,,  the l.'ed I'i'-.- Drug Htore lliis weel;        nl.,i fur rig-.'iii.l :. loll    for   buy.      Mr.:  Xnin.s   e.ikes    nnd    plum    pmldi'ig- ' I'lil-nrus-. ��������� nas    installed    one    ������������������',    I be,  reii'dv-uiiiile or made lo order   ul  Hob-   lin.-t. i.uinly ent ler- l.r..light int-i   i li-  m'���������, ,",,,,1  Bell's. ,r:it.y. having prnvhase.!    it    lln.inyl, S. |  ,,, . McMiiln.ii. :  liuv a c-iimera lor a   ( hristiria-  pre,  cut.  "Wu will gladly show you how I.  work  it.    B.-.vs' Drug Store.  K. II. Matthias, of Moriiingsid,", j  Altn., adverti-es in-sh dairy but ler in ���������  lulls or bricks' al, 'M cents per pound, j  freight prepaid on  10(1 pound lots. ; rr{t /-> v   U j j ���������  A    gentle.     who    ha.-     re, timed j J\\e   (j V tii t H 6 W^ tX \  from i.n cxtciidcd   tour   eougrutulnte- !  eums  1 >.  FURNITURE STORE  FUNKRAIj dirhctors  AND  IOMBAIjMKRS.  PICTURE  FRAMING.  With every One Dollar Cash   Purchase  you get Six Coupon.- for those beautiful  PRIZES  shown in the window.  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  CHAS. J. QUINAN; Manager.  STOVES  ";OPERA HOUSE  Thurs., Fri, Sat.,  Doc. 15th, lCtha 17th.  S-i-i ,n r i-.i (I .. .-...lo el  of Htoves,  foinprisiiig  Steel  St,ives. (���������,,,,! I Baiting Sl,,iv,.-, Wood Heating Stoves.  Knnge.s,   Co  Air Tight Heaters from $3.60 up.  -h..wir.i< the lh."si. lin- of  Wood  Healers ever shown in Ibis  W  'hstrit-i.  (jtitids of the l.e-t   (union   innde;  tllll-iplillletl  Prices  of  the  best and   values  W. M. LAWRENCE, Revelstoke  Agent TH.DIAS'GD'ltNKY  CO,  llnruilloii.  us on the high reputation the K'oot-  i:v.w Mail everywhere enjoys. Ip  declares thnt whenever Reve-stop; i.i  spoken of one of the first, reiilnrks  lienrd'on all Jitinrl.- is a tribute to the.  excellence and high reputation of the  K'oo'i i:s-.\v Mail, which people for  hmidreds of miles around admit to be  a credit, to Revelstoke.  Fresh Cut Berried Holly,  Mistletoe., Cut Flowers, Fern Fronds  nt Henry's Nurseries. IIOIO Westminster Road, Vancouver, B. C,  J  s  Co.!  35   PEOPLE  35  Required to produce fin cnter-  liiiiiuieiit, equal in merit to Hie  (ireat llewett (Jo., "llio," "Knoiipcd  from Sing Sing," Louisiana Sun  Kower, Xohsdoogyrd .Mystery.  25c, 50c, and 75c.  P. B  S & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  .    .   .   Meat Merchants.  are here  And we are ready for'the trade..   Kvorylhing iu connection with  this homo is lirst class.       Our selection of Woollens is (he best.  We cut, every garment-with a perfect style and lit, and tho workmanship gives it ii beautiful finish, a joy (o the customer.  McICICN/jIK AVI'hNUTC,  THE TAILOR  NKXT TAYLOR BLOCK.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage :  <^^s������^0algary������ Alberta  s. ivc������3yr:jk.i3:oisr  BLACKSMITH  and WHEELWRIGHT  UKVKIj.STOKK. li, C.  has lieen appointed ngenl, for the Fail-child Co. of Winnipeg, the .John  Deere Plow Company, the Molinc Wngon Coiiipniiy, mid the Ciiiindn  (!ncringe ('oinpnny of Brockville, and will carry foil slocks tiT cutters,  wagons,   plows, carnage furnishings and agricultural implements of  best class of niatiii-  all kiuih  Orders placed with him will be  filled with the  factures in the market.  ���������*v-


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