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Array READ BY  5,000  ���������tts  Vol. 10.���������;No'.,38.  REVELSTOKE. B. C, DECEMBER 19, [903.  i THE HOTEL VICTORIA ,  E. 1"  I.KASOX,"  VICTORIA.        -      B. C'A  American .Cul European Plan,  .Vincncan Plan ?2iKlaii<l L'liv. nrd������.  SLcnm Heated. Sample looms.  $2.00 Per Year.-  - '''���������'I  <���������' r  f>  Leading Dry -Goods.:  of Revelstoke  Stocks in all departments are'now*  t,complete for "the Fall and Winter  Season."       ���������  ���������   ' '\      ' ���������  -'  -to  AO.  '' ..������*A;Oiir /Stock in'this'department is the   ���������  fnAJBest- Jr^-the. Kootenay/;; Blouses,,; -  , t,, Jackets,,; Skirts a and Wrappers; allv  ; . ;.,the latest,styles at .moderate prices..;  CHRISTMAS  At the Stores���������Displays Made by  the City Merchants. ���������  Never before have' the stores of  Revelstoke made such a fine displav  of'goods as for'this Christmas, ancl  the dry goods, grocery, ancl fancy  goods stores aie a maze of beauty  and attractiveness. Stinting at  thefstation, ' A '  i:  .i t*noil km; ���������  is displaying a good stock of boots  and shoes, overshoes and .rubbers,  men's furnishings, clothing, hats,  caps, mackinaws, boys wintei suits  and ovei coats. Mr. 1301111-10'', also  curies  a^slock  of   the   Big-Horn  made by Turner-  V'MAIL ORDERS.  I !*��������� *  .AVe pay particular, attention Vo MairOfderk  Samples sent to any" address. ','"'    "1  Wi^&EOB&M  f- -f^vt  'V 1 i "��������� '*' t'-fi    ���������   Tt~> O I \ A ,* ���������  V,?> TAYLOR/BLOCK,' McKENZIE AVE ,  1 *.'       - ' r '    .    ( -  REVELSTOKE.  E^iJaiBj&URNE,  '.������.'._  A-A-'. ..A ���������~2  ~,y~, -,,*> -'.z-f- t,   :,, '*.'i���������-- *��������� \i''",'��������� ,*������-���������,, ,- '���������  J Bqots-.-Slioes^Meri's'Furnishings,!', V  d, - ;������������������*;" ���������."Vs' h  r    * '- * '        '      - ' ' 7   -       1 *' ",      V  '**&'^i&f&r&ff������r&^r������fr^<^r$,rfi^  * _.   p-'AV*i.'ii;'A,i:.ii������!������K,.i";,:''.,.'A-  ������i*)  -������- -.,- ���������-������ - " ������������������  ��������� a ^ _-.   ������������������_������%..# fc.i^jr ��������� _ ��������� ���������_ us 11 -, ������- -- a.' ������...;- ...if.  '<t> * cki.'a -'fClothirig, Hats, Caps,"etc., etc. $  J Capss' Famous '^Maefeinaws, - German Socks, Mitts, etc. / , J  <������> '���������        Canadian Rubber Company's Rubbers and Overshoes. ,-J  X'Bargains'in Boy's Winter Suits and Overcoats,   f  r\tfl  X      ' '   1-    '      REVELSTOKE STATION,-B. C.   '  brand of clothm;.  Beeton & Co.,''of,t Victoria, the onlv  firm in the 'province turning out  clothing made by union labor.  '      , I*.   I1UKNS  A  co.  liuve a largo stock**of tuikey=.  poultry,' meats 'of' all kinds,"and"  small goods.      <. ,  On MclCen/ic avenue     ,.      .  >>  , It.   IIOW-O.V  A.   00.    " "     '  are showing1 a stock of *well-selected'  furniture'and carpets. The stock  includes much suitable for Chufat-  ma& presents as. Morris,-ch.uis,  1 ockers,'t.incy"tables, china cablnetsl  etc.   * '    .  ',"���������  n '   w.* nj;ws's '"���������   V ;  (hug and stationery store is a pietty  piclifie with the tasty aiiangenicnt  of-tho season's ne'velties.-   In select-  ing'lus Chiis'tmas  stock' Mr. Beivs  has made a specialty of  odd pieces'  in  real 'ebony; 'silver ^'mounted, as  well as ebony sets.'. He is showin-T  a",fine stock of mirrois, fancy choc-  ol.Ues of,highest   giad'e  in  ��������� pietty  boxes," bomji   mounted ^ wuh- boll}.  There ixje  general   biio-a-biac, odd  vases, and   .1   b.uidsoine* showcase  filled with  perfumes, of  Arneiio.iii,'  English and  Fiencb   lii.uuif.icluie,'*  in cut glass bottles. ^ThcAsoiiyenir.  novelties  include ' picttueo of  the  hospital and'scliool, card's and'ivaie  with views of lhe Columbia ennyjon  and' C. P. R. ^Co's   steamer ; Rossland, coat,of arms of -B. C, pi'.ivei  books anc^ bibles in fa ncy. bindings  and cases,  gift  books in Japanese ,' (Ih-.-jcm st vie  wood, oozccalf, ancl   buint  leather <  bindings, poets in morocco, French  limoge china, c.flendars,' pretty  boxes of note paper and envelopes,  etc. ,  travelling   cases, ���������'writing   'desk";,  smokeis' outfits, all kinds of sets of  cutlery, souvenir  goo'cls, as spoons,  cards, limoge and china ware, wilh  views of _Rcvelstoke and surrounding country, large supply 'of per-,  fumes  by*, the  best Ameiican and  European  makeis, atomizers, fountain pen=, sterling silverware of all  kinds,  lhe  firm ���������'.���������.keeping none but  the best, purses, pocket books, chatelaine bags, military brushes, f,mcj  dishes of Limoge and, Wedgevvood,  dolls by thousands,'dressed and un-  chessecLand an exhibition of which  is   tastefully   arranged,, toys, of all  kinds,  and  such  as-'must provide  gifts to please, every 'boy and girl,  toy books in paper antblinen, photo  flames,- gift    books,    piiiyen'and  hymn books in beautiful bindings,  jurors,  Indies''work  baskets, calendars', Clinstmas '(Cards,   framed  pictures  in   wide  assortment, souvenir vases, boys' and girls' annuals.  The windows '.ire f prettily 'cliessed,  and lliestock attractively displayed.,  vi. .v. SMITH ���������& CO., '  .tie exhibiting ab good, stock of  Christmas grocei ies including fruits,  11 tils and l.usins. and are taking  oieleis loi' ClnisUna'j cakes, mince  pies, olc       '*- ��������� '. .   ������,  ,-   MX       1. cu-i   h.vriiiik i  is showing  magnificent -*ilveiw,in  cm tains, .portier cm tains, "pillow-  shams, sido-board sonif-Jclc ATlie  fiim aie oflenng a gift distubution  of ten handsome pn/cs to be allot1  tod January 20th to tho lucky  coupon holders. A coupon is issued  for each purchase of Jf< 1 of goods.  Parlicul.tis of the distribution'will  be found in our advertising 'columns,  ' .1. s-:. ,vvood    ,  Is ottering fancy" cb.uis, tables, bnf-v  fots, fniniture. of  all   kinds,  and  cliildicn's  sleighs in every variety.  ,, J:.   .VI.   AI.MMI  Is showing beautiful gold and peail  pehdants.di.imond rings and lockets,  all kinds 'of silveiwarc, consisting  of salad bowls, tea services, cut  glass, and handsome mantel clocks,  etc. Ho is carrying an up-to-date  stock which is well displayed in the  new showcases. * '    <  JJOUJlM^JJJtOS. '    **  I*, j  Have a  splendid  window display  and have full stocks of the'season's  groceries, including nuts, almonds,  fiuits of all kinds" During Christmas vveek they are offeiing Japanese oranges at'50 cents a box. -Tins  season 'the firm is offering better  grades of wares, than  ever,-having  A '    t       ' t "  impoited  direct* from ; England a  Ornamental  1  '1   tr  ' Vv-1  ' t*if  " A.V-.I  r   IrrMX  / y *��������� f  r      tip  -   r\  "      is  I $ome specially nice Wine Sets  and Water Sets ;   also |  many other articles m  China and   Glassware added to  our stock this  week. . J -;  il '^-im: \F &  ' - "..'-;  ������ A  brisk trade doiny.    Wc have ihem in all sizes from  M^( ,1. ' ,/    1      1  H 50c. w 5>i5.oo.\ - , _        ,,".'"  Mj   t   Poulet Knives, Scissors, Carvinj^Sets, Ra/.ofs, Corlc;'j  Ml screws, Nut Crackers, Bread Knives, Plated-ware Skates,  q etc.,7etc  ,i'  "i���������  lit"  ,'*-   ���������������  ��������� (,'l  3  All newvgoods.  BOURNE  f^H'fr  \ Headquarters 'for1 Groceries ^ -^  Stoves, Hardware, Hatrness, .etc]'-' ,��������� '  '.ftX.  >_  - i-���������?���������"������������������;'{l  - *��������� "t a '^1  ."r 'V-^Al  '--"''���������$ ,'r9'\  '.   ,',-L.S.i.-'  Sl&\\  ,^lr>", .   ^--.^fcE^; ^  ,.fi-~'  gl.issw.iie,steiling silver km ve-, a nil  forks, ladles, moat folks, piek'ime-,  plated w.ue, manicuicsots, miliuiy  blushes, "gold Headed., unibiellas,  clocks and watches..    ,t  ���������    f   ������  ,  "     ���������       H."\IASMNG  has started an important new industry iivtlie manufacture of oiin-  die&jind^ confectionery ��������� so ' that his  customers can depend on ficsh and  pine goods.1' The vhndows and  stoie set .out a fine display of  Christinas sweets, novelties, toys,  tobaccos <iiid cig.'uV of best brands,  full line of Holiday' cigars, and  Tom Sinitb's'ci.ickei;!'^  " % ;' '   '  ,r 'n. ,  is offeiing good selections of-'gents  suiting- t"t linlidcty wt'ir."'"- ���������    * A  -, *       .vi.   v   vvii.sos*  ha- a good stock of Hie-*=* goods foi  the holidav trade, and is piep.nod  to turn out ordois lot dress suits in  fine assortment of Dalton, Limoge,  ICIiin<i"and   B.ivaiian' ware.    They  'GIti:sbMAN  Mail  Order,  Uept.  Thejidvent of another Xniiis season linds us leiuly for youi  busin'ess.' t The store is jours these days, conic and see the displays.  Bring the children to see the toys. A lew suggestions foi' suitable  gifts for father, mother, husband, wife 1 r sweetheait. ,  Toys Department.  I)OLLS-1II-iiic1i    kid    hoil.i     Slruprriir  UolU i*ic , ,  12-jiich   Dre-si>d   Doll-,   w it ti  Jlounets  and Shoe-, Si tt)  (���������HILDKE.VS SET TVBLEWVKE-  ('hililreii'=(!luii.iSt"ts.i*ic , Tic ������1^$1 *i()  Wd--li Set���������Tub, F.nl. \V ringer, etc 71c  l liildren'- Set*. Table Cutlerj ?1. SI >'>  Ildok^. boll-., Catfr, Rabbit--. Koraei-,  Il.ills, Jlrnils, Mouth Or(,',ui=. Horn-,  Cups, M111;-, H.ibj BHttlc, etc nil thu  was from Kfc   Tic , 2'ie , .fie , -)0c  Cuiiii; nnd hrniK the children    It will bu  '     worth an\ per-on-time to-,ue our di���������  pl.ij  Dry Goods Department  FOK MKN-Silk H.imlkerchier-7"ic. ������1,  *1 T>  Shnped Neck Scurf- and  Dre-s Shirt  Protector-, Tic. -), ������1 -*), *.'  Xmii-Tiu-.IOc oiic. 7"ic, $1.  (limes���������Silk lined .ind niilinud 3101) lo  SI 'ill. *  Si lib Umbrellas *"i, $.1 K), ST 'jO, 89  House font-  and   Dressing   Jackets  $10  Fancj Su-pondors SL SI ?>, $1 "HI.  Pipe- $1, ������l *>(), $2   ^       - '  Pipes irr ( .tso Si .10, ������.! "i0, So, W.  Jirti-li Set- $2.75, $������ (X)   -  Cuff Link- 81, SI 00. S- TO, $3  Tie Prrr- "i()c. 7*ic, $1  Travellini! Sets in Cn-u������ tl, th.  Pocket (utlorj, Field (!ln���������e-,, Mu-icul  tn-lriiirienls, otc  IjADIKS dkpvhtmbnt���������  Novi'llio-iind Suitable (rrfla for Ladies  1m)1!i viiiiiik .ind old  I'Viurjaril- Silk Waist Length-. Fanes  ���������Silk, in lioxui S-.Ti, ?���������! ''I), ?l "iH  "ij to 7 Mini-   Dress  Li'rigth-, colori'd  and  bliiek, mcolj   put   up in  fancj  boxi*- SI, 37 "il), sio  L.idru-   (ilona   und    Silk   Unibrella-  ���������SJ, S(>, 4*7, S"  Ladies liuicj Silk H.iridkerclncf- jOc,  75c.  Porlumos in Fancy Hottlos *i()e, 7"ic, SI,  SJ, ?-'-  Dro-suiK Case- f.t, $ij TO, W>.  Boot and Shoe Dept.  V I'.urol Hoot- or Slioe-l-a vur\ -uit-  able .md u-i'fiit Gift Hcru'i- Our  Li-t*���������  Ladies' Fini" Shou- *J 'ill, SI "ill. So (X)  L.idru-' Felt Juliet Shoe- SI !'i  .Vli���������o-" Felt Juliot Shoo- S7c.  Men's Hneko\ (Puti'iited) *})"i0.  Men'- urrd .Hoj-' F.nrc> Hiunu Shoi'-.  Jtoniuo S-7*i Fancj Vuhi't 3l.2_i  Aligator- $1 .'"i  Grocery Department.  A direful -tndj of tin- li-l will -how jou  special price-  for tin' ipi ilrtre- of-  NUTS-VLL KINDS-lVciui-. AIiiidiiiI-  Walnrit-, Hr.i7ils, new mitt prrfcctK  fru-h. J7c pit Ib  shi'llod Vlniorrd-, Walnut-, i*te. *i(lc per  lb.  Lemon and Orange Peel, JOc per Ib  U.usrus���������ValiMicrri-, Frr-h I'ruit, O. S.  l*ic'piT Ib , London L i>er- J".c anil 'lie  per Ib.  Olenucd Itai-ius .md Currant- in packages WAc pur Ib  J������utttig Figs 2."ic per Ib.  Nuvel Oruugos JOc and "iOc per Ixix  Jiipaneso oranges 7"ic pecbox i  Xrnits (Jundies Jie, IOc, mid 7*ic per lb.  Novv ChocolutOa und Hon Boris in  fun  packages 10c arid 71c per Lb  (Jrjst.ilued Fruits in  lloxus Mc nnd "KIci  por lb  Van Camp's Plum Pudding JOc and 7"ic  per lb  ��������� i>  China and Glassware.  Nice Gifts and \orj ucc-eptnhlc  Children'- Cup and Saucer- IOc, Tic i"ic  Men's Moii-l.iche Cups and Saucer- 7"ic  to W J"i  Ladii*-' Fancj Cup-and Hon Hon di-he-  i'ic, 73c, $1.7*i,  Fruitrrrid Salad Howls 7"ic to $J mi0  Jap urosi) Hiscurt J irs ������1 to $1 *t>  Flowor Urns %l, U "il), sj "ill, if-,.  Cocoa Jugs $1 to tl  Fancy Water Sots $1 i'i, tl.TU, SI 75  Olr\e J)rshes I'lc, Vic. 7"ic  brrrrror Sots tlj to Sill  c. n. jiuvn: & co, ltd.    .  have  a  magnificent   window   and  shop display.   rJ'he Christmas stock  consists  of  the - finer   qualities in  toilet sets,  gents, tiavelling  cages,'  ladies   novelry,    ladies   neckwear,  handkerchiefs, combs, brushes  and  mirror sets, silk _ waist  lengths in  fancy boxes   put 'up   specially foi  the  Clnislmas   trade.    Attractions  have been piovided for tbecbildien  in  special  displays of  dolls, to^s,  fUUC}  This iso ily a put'irl list of the many goal things we have to otl'er.  LIMITED.  Millinery and Dressmaking Departments on Second' Floor  i (ii:oucii:  is showing a laige stock of'lad ic-  bull*--, m*ukv\ear, fnis, glov-_cs,'-ilk  and wool sh,lwls, blouse-, skiii-,  gouts Iio- and collars, gents glove-,  roadv-made clothing, ladies ami  gen Is boot- and shoes house furnishing-, table drapes,.'table covei-,  tiposirv, curtain-., etc. 7The dros���������  making cle[iartmcnt 'is in.charge of  Miss WiUon, formeily of Vancouver, and is turning out fn.-i-  class'woik,  i - w. vi i,.v\\ itnNoi: -  i- showing fancy lamps, showcase  filled with J'ierpont silvor'waic'oi  all kinds, Rogers 1847 cullen,  and games. In the gioeery depart-{ knives foiks unci spoons, colonial  ment there is a fine display of (granite and' enamel ware, stove.-,  limoge china, new   Bavaiian ebina.'-  .rapanese ware, fancj 'vases, dinner  and lea sets, large variety  of cups  and sauceis, bread and butter plates"  fancy, creain   and milk jugs, fancy  jardinieres,     parlor     ancl    libraiy  lamps  and  art  glass   dishes.     In  groceries,  -100  boxes  of   Japanese  oranges have been impoited ;   also  Spanish    giapcs,    navel    orange-,  lemon-, pears, apple**, figs, raisins,  dates, nut*-, pickle*, sauces.  Long's  preserves, canned funis, plum puddings, fuiitc.ikes iind fancv biscuits.  Till;  OA.NADA   IJKUC.   AM)   HOOK   CO.  Have imported an especially fine  stock of s"e<isTj;?ao'���������.*- -y ^go"'Tiie&e  include ladies' and gents' to'iiC  paints, shelf  liardw.iic, and nickel-  plated copper hollovv-waie.  I     A     IllIOJCII VM  is olfeiing bulbs, Chuslmas slat-  ioneiy, fancy books, Lownov 's  cliocol.iIes, toilet cases. The stock  of tovs is being cleared out al a  saciifice and will not be lcnowod.  The stoie is now under the management of C. A. Adams,  limn ,t vou.v.  aie showing a line lot of fins, silk  blouses, ladies and gents umbioil.is,  wool shawls, fascinators, n splendid  range of kid gloves, fancy kerchiefs,  ladies skills, children's diesses and  cloaks, nidi's' goods in shirts, collars, tie-, ovei coats,* and suits, lace"  have'everything in' cutlery, carving  sets, Rogers' plated waie,'fancy sets  foi ladic-, skates- of' all kinds,,  nickel-plated ,fqr gents, ladies and  children.   * .' * " 'i  ( A-'n.   UiMNNISON       , t  Is takings orders for Christmas  cakes and'puddings. '  On First street ,    '    r'  l -  -   jrACDONALJ)   AND   MON'TLTI'll  Are making a hue display'of-gents'  fuinislnngs ,andt- giocones,^ which  they are'offering at special ipiices  for the Christmas trade 'The gents'  furnishing department'is complete  in fl-1l.1!1.lc^(.ailcJ^ in^'icadyrmadn  clotliiiig"the stock^is^cxcelloiit. A  large assortment"bf\^ents' 'fancy  ties and sh'nls"'& otfeied.VT.he.stock  of crockery and' glassuafe makes  an attiactive showing Theie is  a full assoitment of the sea=on'&  fuuts and'delicacies.     ' "    s  w. jt.dmi.nc * "  Has his butchei's' shop on Fust  slieet beautifully dccoiated, nnd has  m.ide^a fine display of venison,  poultry, oysteia, fish and meats of  nil kinds.    , .,���������        fy  Till: JICVKLSTOKE WLNIAANI) SI'JIU'I CO.  Aie getting up Christmas hampers  a- usual.  J   r. wooduow  -Is  getting   up   a  good   display   of  l.eef, poik, mutton, fish and poulti y.  v. ij. \\j;lls     o  lias a Luge stock of gents' furnishings and icady-m.ide clothing  At the hotels ��������� the Hotel Revol-  -toke, City, Contial and 'Ouent.il  hotels propose putting on special  lulls of faie for  Christmas   dinner, j  .������.     '.V.   *V;*    tft*^*.  "Fr'-'i. fyjTi  i Iil , ���������7S.'j ,-  ������    ������������������ ,*V.^i7-A  ������sMA  I  t  o  0  4  5  6  Maliiefr' $66.oof  A-m a-,' ������.;< >>'."-  ->'-;;' _,c2o.po������;  A coupon is given with ,evi!i y.dollar's worth of goods-piivcli.is'ed,0*,  ^ I he drawing to take place JANUARY,20, 1904, under the super-,  vision ol two of Rovelstoke's most trusl.vvoi thy cituens.       ,   -"-" '"  'j,     '      ' A'    PRIZES:.      '��������� i- ~(i-i y :.* v" : Til-U.  Lady's'Seal Jacket  Set of Dishes - -,--  -Gentleman's Dress Suit Case   '     -   f *!l ^"b"-"- S.'oo'-  One P  Piano  -A Boy  "7" One S  ',   8 * Table Linenrand Napkins  i i  I *. 0 A-Babyb Cashmere cCloak:A>���������  , <ix  ���������/������������������������'  A   -'".''���������  y-f.-  ���������*.. ."���������' &ii I  *i'w f  ^yyAv"i'M'?'.  io    One Dpzen'Linen Haridicerchiefs -v '-   > '- V, V^o^I^'Spg^'  i���������..��������� i Ladies  oi Geirr-'    *"        *    "--      -      -.n.-sx-   *-    ���������.���������...������-.,<,.*���������-������ *-<=���������������L...������nbiM_^.  ���������s^ -Ir-1  j-^^-i^^v^i������ii<!iii^-'  You c.ihnoL fail tif'select inborn vaned'stock a^uiUble ancl.u������i?fur^'j___|,'*r;\'^"jS3^Stfe  Xin^is  pi esent  tor'yoiir fi'hbnd-or lehit'on.^ JSvervi ethu t has heen set." H>l'i^f*-"T^M,^:*5"  "tin lIi to ni.ike this Gift S.ilc out* of the mosL elaborate of its kind ever  held-in  tin-.'cily!     THIS  DRAWING   TAKES PLACE:ON-:  JANUARY 20TH .NEXT.'^.'i  i     ?-,,- !���������?-..;  i        -- vs. Ay  '^Ten Valuable Prizes Giv&i^wa,y.  REID & YOPfSia  t Dry Goods Merchants. Rev-elSLoke, BO.  \ *   ���������  .va- ',-j*cwy%������.(  A-b  c ���������  , , a* rr.     -f^-  ���������44.  *~rJ  yyj������$7^ t/������������������iy  r-  ^"���������������r   > jj -h.  *'    ;*--. j**wr  "    nx-' **��������� b-t;  ������      ll ^    s    >-*,l.        *���������*  jr~ ���������+*���������' ."ji   ���������  'A    !������.V*;*"I  *-'?*-;-i:'H'v.i  b1t\,-'^'fl  -    >jiwtrJ*l  "A.A<tf?|  - ,.|    i.,"-A,4.. (  ��������� *.*>'.  ^  0  V  ���������*:<  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.  Druggist   and Stationer  Headquarters for Xmas  JfosJelties  Call early and get the best selection.  We have an abundance.  "BooKs never were handsomer.  Toilet Soaps as costly as $ i.oo a cake.  Perfumes in all grades.  Clove iind   llandkeichief   Boxe-,   Necktie   Boxes,   Alliums,   Fine  Liiiioge China, Hadiels, Vnses and Novelties ul eveiy descnption,  WALTER   BEWS  "Druggist and Stationer Next Uume Block  CITY SCHOOL.  Closing   For   Xmas   Holidays ���������l  i.        Visitors Inspect Work.  \    laige   iniinbei    of   patents   and  fi lends of the ehildien attended at the  closing of the* school yestoicla.v foi  tbe  Chiistin.is   holidays.    Specimen's    ol  the childiuus ivoi k was shown  m each  loom      In   the  class   imilui   Principal  M il loi  the exhibition of maps and compositions was   most  cicdit.ible, sevci.il  of the latlei   being bound in   pieudy  designed    eovus     Tn    Miss    Smilh's  loom some splendid woik was sIiohd  speoiully designs by L Howson C. Goi-  (lon. L   Kennedy, and a Chinese boj  The ciiiyon woik thown b) Miss Gi.mt  and  Miss Dent was w.u ticul.u ly  line,  and   in   theii   icspcctive   giades   the  woik of the classes taught by Misses  Ki.isoi    and   Atkinson   wa0  excellent  Sevei.il   of   tbo   tcacheis    lcccived  Cln istin is boxes   fiom    the   ehildien,  and tcacheis und cluldion wished each  othei a Mcuy Chiistnias and u Happy  New   Vein as they scpaintcd   for   the  holidajs  The school has made excellent pio-  giossdtiiing tlioyc.il TbeaUeiKlii'icc*  moi cased to 288 dining the month,  the I mgest yet lecoidccl, and the  New Vein will be cclebiuted by  opening a not hei. loom unde'i  ���������Miss Hobbs, who has been added  to tbe teiielung stiitl. The nucleus of  ii hbi.uy has been oig.unscd and nl&o  of a iDiiienil und museum collection.  The looms have been lilted with automatic mup'iolloi- and full sets ol maps  and a conciote Hoot has been put in  the basement, making two good playrooms foi the ehildien in bud vvc.ithei.  A.y^*  M. A. SMITH & CO., Agents, Kevelstoke, B.- C.  MACDONALD & MONTEITH  TO  THE  FRONT!      "  ' ^J-5  * f'-f^l  ..'.-I--.-il  -..r-   *  '   ("-A"-  lV,C  "-  '      ^ I  '   - el*  '-   V     .     ;    ,  A'*" ^f\  ��������� it*  This is what we intend doing for our customers till  January   i,   1904.  Oiocoiies. Othei people's pi ice-:  4 lbs. seeded raisins. . . . 50c. ���������  -4 lbs. seeded currants... 50c. OllP   PfiBfl   IS  3 Ibb-Uyer raisins  60c.  2 lbs. mixecr-psd ������������������;��������������������������� 40C- d^ r���������     /-\, ^~v  1 bottle lemon ...."..." 15C. yJ~p - ^-^ ^-^  1 bottle vanilla  15c. J --~           =  ; lbs. cranberries  **oc. n     n r-     -r  1     ^  3 lbs mixed nuts  75c. F������P M��������� ^,  8 lbs. granulated sugar.. 50c. ������.'.,  10 lbs  brown sugar    50c. ^  t box Japanese oranges.  75c.    WiJ, cha        order  4 lbs. mixed biscuits.. . .   50c. .      &  a       to suit customer.  $5- So  Now wp will talk about  Giockery and  Gl.is-waie.   This line ������ e  .ire complete in and would ask you to call and see us.  But, vv.ut! \Ve want to have a talk to the. gentlemen I Our  stock of Xeekwear and .Su-pendeis is complete, and the finest  assortment evei oll^ied 111 Kevelstoke. For our stock of Ready-  Made Ci(.thing, Hoots and Shoes, Shirts, Hats and Caps we,defy,  compel ltion in this town, and guarantee that no cistern hand-  me down hou-e 1.111 compete with lis in price and quality.  _ M. 5������ Aser 5&" W M:  e  . If'  "'j  S( .*������  I     <    I  fA  i      ���������/   '  ,:,/       ������*=' -"I  l nr,  M'O'I JMNAX    WA I 1  , ^b^lKobtena^flfoaU  a i /.-_-.  -      . . t-',  PUBLlSirKD   SATURDAY.  I    I-' --������T-  ' '       . REVELSTOKE'. B.C.,  i      -J     -t?        . A  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  ADVERTISING KATES on application  , Chancres in adv-citi-cmcuO. inu-t ne rt) bv  *'|i in.T liur-il.iy ofoach vveclc to ic'cuie (rood  (li-plav. Ca-iml''udverlr-iii!? mil lie IC-  ccived up lo Ida in. on f-aluiiluv-  (JOIi PRINTINC1 promptly o\coiueil ul ic.isoii-  afale rate-.  ACCOUNTS   forii'iriiitinti    imil'   .'ulv 11 Li-ins  ,   payable on   lii-t, of mnnili,   -iili'iciipuoii-  jujable jd advance.  CUIIHE^PONDKNCI-;   invited   on nmllti-, of  public  mtcrcsr.   Coinniiinicaoons to  I'di-  ���������"'  tor   mu-r   be  accompanied   bj    name   ol  ,'vritcr. not nece-.-arilv for publication   lull  ���������    as evidence of ijood faitli    Coiic-iuuidcncc  -liould.he.bi ict and imisi   icucli Uk  ollkc  by Wcdpesdaj eveiiini*:  *   Addie������ 1 '    '  -i        ' "  Tun Kbori.s'vv M^il,  Phonr* No. 13  '        -vRovolsloko, B.u  f-  |f*',r.  I*-",'  E *,. -y  I iv    -   .  ' u' ,  . .* .       -       '  '"l&&-'3lfa.  1-/       T1���������*-  . I   ���������  '  ���������'A'f, ���������*  " I,  We req'uest oui? numerous t������eadei*& to  i       favor  us' with theln assistance 111  making' the KOOTENAY MAIL, tho  most valuable  advertising" medl-  ,   um >ln ftho  Kootenays  by g-lvinff  '    the preference, when maklntr pui������-  ,    chases    to ' those   firms  who   are  ,   regular, advertisers in the KOOT-  . r    ENAY MAIL. "    J ^'   ���������A     ' '���������:     icitv AGi:.N"if*.  Copies "ot Thk Mail 111.13  be obtnnif d riom  the followuik city .igeiils  "  ''A.    -J. W. Df.NM.n.  1 Canadv IJitoo,& Hook Co.  1  LON'DOX inNHLVXD) AllKMJY  Our Kiib-li-h.onicL. .110 a! ������������������������ I'lj 1I slici I. bo''-,  don, K. 0������ whetu 3lu*i-. 1" &J. HauU *>- ^<>  will receive for u- Knsli-h  new-, -11 b-ci 1 I'i 011-  nnd advertisement- and  wlieie 11II 0 is kept   1  this purer for tbe 11-e (tiee or charsc) ol  .m> o  ouriVeador,. x .siting  London ������uid.lj>������oils ������  seeing the latest i-jue po-rble of In- 01 liei  oc.il paper. _  (���������, i>   -)  E'  & ,).  MARUV-& CO.   . )*  "���������* HO.M1*  AN'D COLONIAL  . lA-ADVKIll'I^INCl. I'lll'.-ss AS'D,  '       b    AUTHOIt'S AOlONTS an-1),   ,    '    '    NKWbl'AI'KIt COltllKsI'ONDI'M**  , 30 Fleet Slieet,    ~    -"    ,  I.omii)\, 1*"su.im>  "���������     CANAOIVN   liO-SINIl-'s A   SOI'XI V I, I'Y.  II  II  ns  ft-'f  AJIVEY,  McOAIlTER,  '    ,-,   .,AND PINKBAM.  ���������"BAKRISTEltS.'SOI.lcVrOKS, K 1 C  Offices:   Moiaons   Bask   Miotic,   kivii-  ,,-     " - ,.-t,.  "  rsTOKK, 15, C.  - 'Money to loan" 1 "���������'        ' . .,  Offices. Kevclbtoke, 11. V.. I oil Steele, Jt I.  Geo. S. JIcOaktiiR,  "A. M.-'Pixkham.c, *  i RcveNtoke.'R. C.  J. A   Haiivia,  K01I Steele 11 t'  ' rO FIN ;J MANN ING' SCOTT,   li  <J   "'.LVL*. B.' '    ���������*.-",'������'  iBAUUiSTKhV Sofcicrroit, H i <*.  .. 1 1 <  A ,  hlooclshed in this country which  vvill suipn������s the'dav- 01 the Kioneh  Revolution ''  The bond of I rude i- lo he congratulated on its infusion of new  life. k\Vilh it*-" mc leasing mi'iii'"oi-  ehip find 1 (lelei miii.ition lo -spans  no oflorts to advance the uiloiol*-'  of tho t-it\ Mid disliict tin* bond  0.111 do splendid public scmee.  Tho Mclliido liovei nmonl i- .111  aitist at IcvvniK I.im- Tlio new  law.- piopo-o'lo t,i e ncople on tin 11  debts V01 ily llii'i Mo.Biido outfit  believe- to hun lli.'il.di.ilh shil! be  tjivou, and fiQUi lnni that halli_iHit  pliall he l.ikoir oven that winch he  luilb."  While the Tinted Stale;* is face  to'face wilh (lo|)io-**ion. ' f'. 1 iind.i  continue- to pio.-per undoi Iibe1.1l  rule. 'Canada's ti.ido ligiiios foi the  five, month- ,of the pio-enl fi-eal  yen���������lh.it is to the end of .Novem-  be 1��������� ������bow :in a'ggiegati* (lade; of  $'221,000,000 oi ne.uly .-f 2.1,000,000  nunc tliiin Tor llio some pciiod la-l  ve.i 1.' >  fc ivs the Vicloi'i.i Tune- ���������   " 'riitu*  can bo no doubl'-wbiilevci   thai  llie  1   '- '  eoinnioici.il   liiloie-ts    of    Brihsh  Columbia aie menaced b.v the nie limes now ( befoie llu* leirislaluic.  Theie is i,ood ic.i-on foi tho belief,  that the liiianciiii minisloi and lus  colli* lilies li.tve been stampeded bj  p uties i\ho hope 10 piofil fiom thou  panic, ijuo the com so thoy have  decided to adopt for the pmposc of  rc-tcuing a balance between levonuc*  ancl oxpciKlilUiO in' lliilish Columbia."'1  First Street:"  \Revelstoke,  Ij.O  EDWARD "A. iHAUli !!.!>',     L  *S    A      "'".        5" "', ,., ,  A"   ' Mixing  ISnginuku,  &\ l.-i  l .,   '    -> ..              r������   . _.     ........,_   -, r.. I,'..,-,..,  l*v*A  ���������r-f\rt  (jrom'"-Aineiican  InsliLiiLe Jliiuiii; Kiibihh 1-)  ^i~A*A> i ' ~ * '   <Met"  Canadian .Miilnig insliliilc I  jbi/^.V. iJ'-t.V - '   v^-i^rtRBVELSTOIvE, IS. (J.  -:*""���������      -��������� .    Examlrratioii of-and icpoils-o*i  Jlinci.iIJ'io-  v v i_-      A'S^ .'pertiesaSpeciallj        ,  \3^  r*������������ - ��������� -  &Xfy$ ������ ft   >l --|_p -1 p 15 RRY ^K AIv rc,  :X-A*'^^-A^  *, ri U   ,-MiiHnj,',EiiBiiicci and -AM illmm-l  '' .* -~ p. '   *   si-i-ciai.'iii =.  ���������    v ., Kxamiiiattoiis  and Ite'poiUs on' VI111111!;   I'ui|i-  ������    ' V    . , ^ ~ b erties.'.j.    - ������>      "  iSjIm/jj* A'          Specification and Con-tniclion 01   M1111111,' .M.i-  'ffiPtf.     * ./ A-AclnneryA    ' .    ,s, ,  |1?A*>A -   c   " Tests, made of Ores and ( 0111 eniinlioiiioi ( lilm-  'i-JtzS&i -      ���������   liienuU^aiiideTioal.ueiil  -������*--A^5kA "Hvdr-anlic Plant-- A      '       , <     ,   /,,  .  '.,- --^-*^  ��������� -**X+tr ?^Jl(*(li������>i',**S1t.N. il Cnil(     '  ���������������*>  * r 1  This Christmas Season  r' would be anjippropi'iat'" tunc Im  - the. placing   of,'   that   uisiu.ince  policy on youi life.   Wei.mgive  you expert advici** on the pohtv  - most sm table to your ne^ds and  your purse .-A Kemt'inher. theie  are lots of' good companies ���������but  only one best,  The   Equitable   Life,  "The Sli ongest in (he Woi Id  f  LEWIS BROS.  Financial, Real Estate, Insuianoe Agents  REVELSTOKK.   B. O.  /Hie lvovol<*loke boa id of ti.ido  co-oneialed with lhe bl her bo 1 idol' li.idoof tb.o province 111 ,1*1-.in2  the people should be given an op-  pin tumly of looking into the pio-  po.-c'd incie.isoi of taxation befoie  KivinAcllocl lo (liein This meant  onlv a 111011 ill'** delay Tlio mombei  101 1'ovol-lokc l-ptu-cd'to suppoil  this lonson.iblo ioc|uost. That mic,h t  be e.xjiccied loi be is Piemioi jMc-  Biido'- factotum [u-t,and H'])iOient-  bis consliluonti altciwards.  fconic suipn^o l-'ox'piossed al tbe  action of 0 T. Newman of Aiiow-  lieid, a magisliate, dotendiiii; at  the     -licensing '      meeting the  bieach of " the bccn-ing law.-  I( is a -piious foal hip oft lho adinin-  l-li.ition of the law when tlie  magistrates entniste.d Willi its on  foicoinonl openly defend it** bioueli  a-'w.i1^ done b\ Mi Newman nl the  ineeling of the licpn-'ing com mi'*-  sionoi.s al Irak, on, on Tue-dav  Trnnioss.lf) lou- of b.iv which thoy  would have been able lo bring to  tbe city foi "���������".tic could thoy get  then crop- out. This is_ not the  way to encoui.tgo scltlumenl, but  tho iMcIJi-ide ������o\ei ninent nolicy  seems to b" Co i.uso taxes and kill I |,t,  settlement and evoiv othu fe.iliue  of provincial development.  BOARD OF TRADE.      ARROWHEAD.  A geneial mcetim1; was held Tuesday.  I'l'i'sont. Messts Lihdhi.uk (chuii ),  Floyd, McLaughlin Jackson Ibiggcn,  P   15 Lewis, riihbiild, Voung, McG.utei  inlike   Footc, O'lhion, Phipps, Mag-  *��������� ��������������� ' ' ,  SI.W    VILV|l!|"I!s 1  The lolloiving vvpieeleeli'd      Mc-sis  Mebiughliii', Atkins, Jackson, I.cnil'kc,  lumbei   indu-ti\    is   otic of   I'mkliini    E    IV   hew s, L iw ,< neo, I  McDonnell  TIM BIO it   LKVSICS.  most impoitiint indusUios in the  piov nice, and -lioulel be e'lKouragcd  inevTiv leaitnnnto way.^ The in-  du-ti-v is tliiottled by lho exiling  coiublion** of piovincial legislation.  Theie 1- no scnuiity ol title, and no  iri,du-tiv can (hiivcwhichisiinili.it  (iiridilion t Tin 10 is all the diflei-  ene-o in the woi lib between^ the, dominion unci piovincial titles to  (imboi I'lie dominion title is sought  loi. The piovincial title i- viewed  with suipicton.  In the "debate in lho logislalme  on Satin day lho hbei.ils, led by J.  A Macdonald, fought like bucks to  have the pi'esenl defects 111 the law  ifincdicd, lint l'loniici McBriile 10-  pbed he would .novoi agiee lo.im-  piovnif! the title to piovincial' lim-  btTi by pioviding for lonownl of  loa-c.  Mo I'u nie, as lniniolei of mines,  did in'iich lo, ni|inc tlio mining 111-  dustiv bv bis two pel cent.'tax. , Js  ( *��������� , ' !���������-  he going locelubi.ttc Ins ijionnciship  bv tbiottbng the   bimboi   industiy  in Alio -a 1110 way '}  i ...,      , , ,  A NliOlOSSARV WOBIx,  c  The Anow head, Big Bend, and  llaiboi Lumbei Coinpanics aie ex-1  pci ipncing gieat diMiculty'at An ow-  he.id by the channel of the Coltim-  bin Kivoi silting up wjieie iLenleis  llie, lake The losult lias been "to  coniplcioly block navigation, even  tbe small launches used by these  companies being unable to get up  Ihciivpi to tian-fei the log boom =*  luns-dus'ip.i-on tbe llaibor Lumbei  Co. have boon unable to get theii  logs acio-s to theskidwas on thcA'.  and Ix Back to eupplj llicif Revelstoke mill, and the mill bad to be  shut down' m consequence .Tlie  diedge' Nakusp was sent up to relieve tlio -dilution but the channel  'At  silted up again ;ii fist as opened,  so the only wavAo handle it i������ by  pulling in wing dams to_ concen-  tiale itbc euiient. .Mveep out the  channel in high watei and leave it  deep enough 101 navigation in win-  loi The Boaid of Ti.tdu and  Libcial Association should take  siO|������s to 111 go the dominion government to give tin- mattoi immediate  attention. Willi a view to removing  what is at present a seiious hairier  to tbe luinbeiing industry ot the  distuct bv the blocking ot navigation on the livoi  II   Bobinson  A  Il wis decided to make an active  en 11 va*-* foi 11101c new iiiciiibcis, and  tb'al the fee of $2 ,r)0 now paid be good  till Becembci 31, 1001  (   l.Mi'iioviNCi  1111: mv 1:1.  II was decided lo wnle Mi Koefei,  dominion ongincpi, asking thai, while  it was low   watei   lion   li"   \V    \vlniei,  0 K , w'bo is now 111 cb.ugo of dielging  (ipi-ialinns boo' should exaininc and  ip|mt(,n the best nic.ins nt -n.lightening the channel south of tbo l.iilwuy  budge unci that tho dominion   govei 11-  i      '  niunt bo asked to grant a Outlier   sum  of   ���������I'S/iOO   foi   linpioving   the    upper  livei. < '    1 ,  post on 101: ax-1) mmi. i"AOii.irn:s.  The inconvenience of the pi esent  postal facilities, so'far as the bn������ii.css  poiiion of the city was concei ncd, was  di-ciissed, and it was lesolved'to ask  the p si niastei-geneial to bavo.i let tei-  bnx [iliiccd ,on Mclxcn/ie avenue 01  Fust sti eel. and that, W. A O.tliihei,  M   P , lie asked to suppoil the* mpiest  A ,'ong di-cussion took place on the  (1* suability of asking the dominion  govciniucnt to eiccl a,post ollice and  custom house The opinion w .- gen-  eiallv px-picsscd tl!,itcvei.\,,eHoi I should  be made to have the building Jocated  wlieie it would suit the mijnilvof  thceili/ens 4.I 1; Sibbald con-idered  the lots i(Scivod(,b} the clonnni m'gov-  ciiimont on 'Fust street,' opp site* the  City Hotel, was as good a loeiimn as  could ho got. The in.ijoi said the city  would undoubtedly giow tow.nds tbe  low01 town and in lecomniciicling n  site they, niu-,t kok to the futuic He  eonsiileied 11 sito, bptween the City  Hotel and 1111 penal Bank would piob-  ,1b1},he found the best foi the whole  town Scvcial advocated, the site of  ll.e old   Cnioiii  Hotel,  opposite"the  1 mpoi 1.1I Bank, as the best site, a nd W  IC McLaughlin ancl othois eonsidciecl  the post ollice should be on Second  stipct, and that a site opposite YV. JM.  Liu 1 encc'& lesicleuco would bo found  tbe most centi.il   ,''  It was eventually decided to ask the  city council to takc.a police census pf  the'tow 11 with :i .v.icw to submitting  same' to the dominion government  nnd showing the point of the city  neaicst tbc.centic of population'  It was decided that general meetings of menilicis inste..d of the  council alone he bold to afloicAall  ineiiibeis an oppoitunity of taking  l'ait ;  1 Piniii Out Own ('oMC-iiimdciil  ' Ke\. All. Glassfoid' held ilivine  seivice in the school bou-c on Wednesday evening  Miss M.nsbill, om -chiiiil teacher,  .leaves Anow head this week for the  const ,       . r.  \ [iiilp null is, so gossan sijs, to be  built on Cottonwood Island opp site  Hie lown II ibis be tine Anow head  will keep on booming    -1 _ ,  The diedge is woi king iiinmid the  mouth of the* Kivci.,'  An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off  ".Some linn* .igoniy daughtei ( night  a seven- cold,   blie toiiiplain.'d ol pan is  in hei client.   .\nd   had   a    bad   1 ongh  I jr i\e her (Jhainlx 11 lin's Oonnh  Reni-    e<|^ ,ucm ding to diiection and   in two  ,  .  ���������.,,.������. ' d.ivo -In* was well and able    to   go   lo  BRITISH COLUMBIA  f.\   PAWN .Athool.    I have used   this   lemedy   111  nj fiindy tor   the   p 1-.1   seven    veai-  Tbcic appeal to have been complaints mado about the mannc' in  which tin' licensing law, is obscived  111 -evoi.il pan- of tbe Revelstoke  uding Tbo chief matter* ot complaint appeal- lo be jjumbv tiMebn^' The debate in tin- legislature on;;-," ������������������ n,ve, "k iown it lo f���������,  ' A   1.  .1    *i " .     " ii-'itlird.iy   on    the   bill-   to  HlCre.lfC-1 -.rv-     Junes   Pieiideig.isl.    iner cb.uit  and it is loll tlio licen<nu: commi-,* amrtiav | ,       -    ,    ' \iui.ii"   R^,   Jamaica.   West    India  sm.ie.-and.n-pcotoi-sbonld'htoiee'11"' taxation on   tne  people  or  lhe . j,, llllK    The pains m theche-t .nd,(-  .       .    . -   ,,      , ,      ..    .province revealed a mo=t di=credit- '-"i an approaching attack   ol   pneu  this   leatuio   or   the   law      in   the| l-1"*1"-   v* ,,,,,,,1,,.   which   in   this   instance   was  mte.esls ot 'bcon-ees   them-ol ,-e- Jt, able state of aftairs.      Premier .Mc-   ���������,���������[ ,(ll;re,ily vvatdeelloll hy   Uh....,l.ei-  .     , ,      >,,       , ,  , Purl,.    Tiifnilk     -dniiLtprl     vvh^n   bin-  (uiigh Remedy    'It eoiu.iei.iels  is bettor tbe law -bould be obs, ,-\(������l iLiiflc    vntua.iv     ..cmnacn.   vvnen   un lt.|K,(l|7cy ot ,, L()kl   ���������������������������,.,,*   ,,���������,,���������.  1  s bettor the law -bould be obs( rw<| '  A-soon a? it  1-   hmkon   in   snob a ' 1'"****^''������>  L A. Macdonald. loading, ���������������������������������������������.  is   to   citato   .i.iiagonism   tin* opposition, th d  tl.ppohcyth.it  -nil  must  lic ]lilfl ''-po'i-Pil   wr--   not bis, 1,111  ntiwa- foiced   upon  him bv the Bank  For   sale   by- all   di uniridls  manner  among the p-'oplo   the   ie  be a demand   foi  ,1 moie   -timgi.  law. local option, and otbei teatAio-, of    Commerce,   wh.se   ag-nt-   the  ti���������A ginrrnmeiUpr.articiilv are. No more   Cornrni-=ionei-   of    Labor,   say? ���������  "liunili.iting    confcis-ion    was   f^er    ���������'|"h'* wage system will  pa?s awav.  )  LABOR'S CALL.  Cinoll D  Wright, United Sis to  ot hceii-ing legislation for  moie sti,ci legulation of tin  tiade.  on  made  b\ .1 piemier, and, no jieopleiln  it-  -toad.   I  believe   thoie   will  inuli-r    -uin)0=(dlv     con-titutional   com'   a system which will  be com  -up]  .0  TEbelfcootena^flfoail  ABcl >  commi���������lonoi-h'i)   ho   ha-' lo-t   no   ,,���������].,t   tbrougb   tho  reck 11��������� pob(v ; humanity for a higher standard of  life.    The employer must consider  SATURDAV, BKCE.MBKI!   1'), UK)'!  There is likely to be active in iciest taken in the city election- next  month. The higbet 1 ale- this y*ur  caused by the cost of repairing the  flume and dam at the powei bou-i*,  has appealed to tbe inlere-t- 01 the  taxpayer* as nothing el-e could    1  The bill to amend municipal  law provide.-for compelling owiki-  to keep boulevaid- in leji.m -[)���������:,[  opinion of electors m.A \,fj hken ()n  others maUtir- than money by-laws,  and -that councils shall appoint  police commi.-sionoi-.  Matters between labor and capi-  id Stialhcon.i is a citizen ot tr0\PrnrlK.,it weie ovei pia* f d'm a j po-od of the prolit-sharing and the  whom Canada may well be proud " ���������,���������,,. nri-ati-factory po-ition than eo-o|ieration ideas. This groat l;i-  miicp   his   .i|)pointnient to the high'cllC lu0 ljCflp|c 0f  ljritisl,   Columbia   bor'iiiostion mc.m=  the -Irusrglc of  today  oppoitunity   ot   impie-siiig  on   the; nf t|ie Moliiide government,  niothei cotintiy   the   impoiUna ot j     The* teim-of tlm   million  Canada.      in   .1   lecnt   s|ic(<*b   lu* J  -bowed In- unboiirulod i.iith in tbi-  poiluin   01   the   Bnti-h   dominion-  by deol.ning'    "In   ten   year-  the  popul itton    of   Canada    would   no  (lotibl'-d and  llu\v would be able to  -end   to   iJnt.un   evciv   [lound   of'  bicul-lull  tin* onuril 1 v iu i*(l( il       J-o  con-iiDii- of tin- weie tin* Amei ic .initial   111   the   la-l tbi'c yen- moie 1  than 100 000   of  lln*m   had goru  to'  the norJiwi-t, and   Caiiaili.uiv-ir.ii  no irii-m\ mu  tin -0 .\ n:('r;i  -   a-_ lo l!���������*  "111 settlor-.''  nl v ot  A  Cl'.r).--  WRONd  'I bo -oltlci.-   in   the    flleoillivvai't  \ iiliov aie being ti Paled shamefully  by   llio   government     Last   -firing  their   budge   was    wa-bed   out  and   befoie  election   'I  lollar* hi-employee, a-ivcll as the ,-tock-  _.o.in   tie   tin-   province down to an j hoklei a- an investor.    Tbe system  utfi-iuc rate  or lnt'-n st and -nob   that will  tako tbe place of that un-  I heavy  annual   charge-   by  way  nf 1 dot   which   mere   wage-   nn*    paid  ' repayment- tlutit will I i*iinpo=siblr ' probihly  will be compo-ed   of   the  to devote any oon-iderable  auiouni   pmht - -haring   and    co-operative  of the revenue to public   woik-  for   plan-     The work people will  tb'-n  -ome yp.ii- to come      The   premier  a. oinn    the   rntercst   of   invi-toi-  1- the pawnbiokd   and tin' Buik o,   -ind  'be moro capable will  ):<*,*   10  Commcifc   the  paw n-liop to which   tln'ir opportunitif--    and   the    Ions  tbo j 11 ov 1 )-;<. 7- 1 fow plclgid  The iin i.ili-t mcriiber-, who h'*foi(  PRINTING.  IxOOTKMAV  'MAIL  V-!  'JOB  mill*:       1_ Piiiiling Depailinenl is e(]inpp������*(1  with Ihe  lutes!   and   best, ,'iii.u liinei y,i  mil a laige as-oilnir'nt ol lashioii'abli'  lype laces. We solicit oideis tor nil  kind- ol piiiiling���������no'job being loo  huge and none tooAuiall. Careful attention is given nil work, iind satishic-  tion giiiir.inli ed. A ti nil 'oicler will  convince vou thai it pays to have youi  pi inling done ni, the Ivoolenay Mail  ollice, Revelstoke. 1  Kootenay Lodge  No. 1GA.F. & A.AI.  Tlieicgulai nii'ulinK-  ,'iiic held in llie Ma-  'onre   Ti'iiiple,   Odd  l''c>llo������h Hull, on the  ,,v '"Sr^-  tlind   Jloridaj  '-~-.\---'- each inontli at I* pan  -���������-?A  Vihitmg    1)) cthi on  ,     coidlally welcomed  K 'OOUDON Si-.chkiaky.   ,  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets every TucmIiio  evening     111   Selknl.  JM  "'^.Hall    ut' a    o'clock  ~A-      -^Vrsitiiii! brotlrron cor  "dially  invited   lo  at  , ,    ,     tend. f ' ,  HA In. X"  r, '       " .1. MATHJE, Sic  THIS IS NOT EGOTISM.������  We beli,-V e vvc know our business.  Oui business is toS'lielp vou do viini  business.* We_ supply up-lo-date busi-  111*is mean.- 'and methods,���������inonev-  **.iv ing devices and hovv to use them."  1=,  ^  #1  F  IBS  5  s*  g:  ]|^  i  S3  2)  -  el  nj E  IP  1  i  lh-1  M  1^  a  a-4w^*-f������o  *  uu.  A,  'IISX'C.WKLL LO0SIM.KAF IJSIJG UK.  Loose Leaf Files and Ledgeisvvith  tilings, -penally iiiled, printed, peitoi-  ated and punched ,to suit any style ot  bmdei. '        '   - ������  Tc.vf.vvma, trvn'Sphr nrai.  ,   - i  Kootenay Mail Publishing Co. Limited,  ���������    *'rrvbusto"e,."b. c.     * ,,  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Fiompt delivciy of panels, baggage,  etc , to any pint of the City  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  All 01 dors left at K M Sniyihe.'s  Tobacco Stoie, 01 by Telephone, No 7  vvill ipceive pinmpt attention.  To Trappers  Raw Furs. Bought  Cash Prices Paia  F.   B.   WELLS,  Exporter of Purs.  BOILERS  ENGINES.'    '  Saw "Mill Machinery    ^  Wood'Working Machinery  Machinery for all purposes  All of,.very best.makes.  Tl nei'lson & co.,  C02 Mala St., "Winnipeg,  -x*-.*'SjO-%.  .'T  tal are a&fctiming a scnoti- pha-e nil promi-ed them the to.id nnd bridge  tbe United States. ' At a meeting of  should   bo. fix,od,  biit immediately  the Illinois Manufacturers' Association, W. Brinton. President of the  Peru Plow Co., said: " If the  fight for the ' closed shop' i.s allowed  to continue there will  be scenes of  after the election tbo work 'was  stopped and tbo bridge is not yet  built. As an instance of the hardships settlers suffer A. Johnson has'  about  '60 tons  of produce, and Cl at Ti.nl.  elf linn li.i.i.-lid ol   then deli I iiuim-  lion to down  capita li-m and Mcun  (ban  govcriiiin nl, weie lied lo Mo-  I'.rid. '- In el- in his polii v  ing the province a-  1 - u nlioi  Someday the people of Biid'-b  Columbia will hive tb< 11 (���������*,(-  opened find w ill have a rudoiivva-  konin".     Cci (airily tho next round  hasten  llie  icople   aie  worl'ny will hnd their level.''  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.  i'.ivloi lof tj|(. t<1Xfr,,tlioior-. wi  aw.'iki mug   when   tln-  prcserilcd vvilli fi t.ix bill more Minn  twice ,is heavy as tli.it contributed  by any  oilier province   of Canada.  Mm. C   I. Wilkeu ia uniting  fiieiaS  Mr-   \   K   Fi.ildry,   of  I'.' .( l-tok-    1-  of oh(l-'^,,, ���������' vl*,|t t0 'lf'r ruotlier   Mr*   l'iiw;n  K   Illipont Irft, Tni -day on 11 vi-it to  1 In- 1 1 mily ill, Ott iw.i      Hi  li.in,l Imn  li'iini  lor ~2<) yen ���������(  ()rr  Pin sil.tv night  the Sriakrspi 1 1 111  ."society  fonrludi'd its -cudy of   'Mac  belli, 'and adjoin ncd furthii  nicctirius  of   itiidy till iii'toi the holidays.  I''i(d I'V.ii������i, '.in](\ ( ornuii-sionci, wns  highly Coniplmiciited on the way be  gave Ins evidence 111 the suit Inoiigbt  .u,;iiinst the (beat Noi thei 11 Mines nnd  liiinsclf nt Rossland last week, mil the  liiilgo oiclciod the count that Mr. 1'iaser  hud noted, in bad faitli to be witluliaiv'ti  It li juit a conrunii cold people say,  there's no danger in lliat Adtniltiiij; llieir  statement, then tiler.- are uncommon colds,  col'J-i vi'ncli .in- d.macrons; for ninny a  ri':'. "-ic1.!,. . A.i em" -/11',.'     ff'w-  coiild tell lie- c-"-.. eoid fnnii tlie- nn  coiiiinoii'.e roirkl feel quite sife. But wo  can't, 'ilie tiiii-umuioit variety is r(irel5  recOKii'/tHl until it lias/astined Us hold on  tiie h.iijj-, and there arc sjniptonis of con-  I siiiiijtion,  I /"ttli" fiisl syiiiptoins llie c ireful per-on  v.,il li< 1 (I tin v. ti tunc l>v liking a nnld  I Itx-itU'.-, aciim viKc-tihle i'lll 111 ll v^i'l not  I dr liirh tin sjstt ni or cause Kiiinii^ About  tit' 1)'-! 1- \y- ,"i".C( - I'I i-,i I'ellits"  II tin cold nt.1 its with a C(ius'li and it  p< rsisls tin 11 uo'iic lmal tre.1l1.1-.1t for this  rontlU'Ciii should lie t.aki 11 A well known  ������ltcr.iiivt ittr.if! which Ins been linrhly  rrciuiiiiieii'lid hv llion-ands of lisci-, ''  t)r 1'ierri 's f.oldin .M'dicil Discovery.  Tin's ionic compound is composed of an  crtr.irt of root- and lu i1>s and has a -ootli-  111K effeel upon the mucous membrane,  allajs llu irritation and at the -aine tunc  works 111 the proper and reasonable *v,iv,  at the sc.it of tlie trouble���������tlie stagnated or  poisoned blood  II contains 110 alcohol to shrivel lip the  blood corpuscles, but makes pure rich red  blood.  Dr, Pierce's 1000-page illustrated book,  "The Common Sense Medical Adviser," i.s  scut free in paper covers on receipt of v  oiie-ccnl stamps to p.iv co-t of customs and  mailing only. l'or 50 .slauips the clolh-  bound volume will be -cut. 1008 pages. It  was formerly sold for $1.50 per copy. Ad-  drew Dt, R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V,  . < ' 1     . r ��������� - t  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal of  ,,  Minerals on Dominion Lands in Manitoba, tho' Northwost  Torritorios and  '   tho Yukon Territory..    ' 'A A "���������  (I  i * f  Coal.���������Coal lands inaj be inn chased at  (JO pel ncie lot sou coal and UO lot 1111-  tluaclte. Not 'moie than UO ueies can  be acquiicd by one individual o> company. Kojaltv at tlio.iatc* oL ten'cents  pei ton ot 2,01)0 pounds sliull be collected  on the trioss output' '  Qii.ul/. ���������l'cisoni ot eifc-lilceii yenis and  over und joint stock companies holding  rice inlnei s ceitllie.ites m.ij ubiuin cntiy  loi a mlnlnu location 1*  A fioo niliiei-s ceititlc.ate is gi anted toi  one'oi moie yeais, not exceeding live, upon pavment in advance of $7 50 pel annum lor nil Individual, und Uorri. ������.10 to  '$100 pei annum loi a company, aicoiding  to capital    '.' ' ������.     ,      J,  ���������   A tiee minei  having dlbcoveied mlnei.il  111 place, maj locale .1 claim lMOjaiUO leet  by mm king out lhe,same with two legal  pobts,   beanng   location   notices,,   one  at,  eucli end on the line ol the lode or vein.  The claim shall'be iccoidcd within 111-  .teon (lav-5 II located within ten miles ot a  mining lecoulei b ollice, one additional  dav allowed lor ,every iuldltiun.il ten  miles or liaclion., ,The tee loi lecoidlng  .1 claim ii $0    ,   ��������� ' '  At lensl >100 must be expended 011 the  claim each je.n 01 paid to the mining ie-  coidei hi lieu IhoieoC When *300 has been  expended oi paid, the loc.itoi may, upon  having isuivoj made, and upon .complying with 'othei lOiiurrernenls, puicliase  the land at Jl 00 an acio       - -    "  Permission may be granted bj lire Alln-  Istei ot thC'Iutoiioi to locale clalins  containing iion and mica, alio coppei.'liv  tho Yukon Tointois, ol an'aiea not exceeding HO aci cs 1 "' '  -The patent loi a mining location shall  piovide loi the payment ol loyalty on the  sales not exceeding live per ,cent '  Plaeei Mining, Alunitob.i nnd,the N Vv.  T, excepting the Yukon Tenitoiy ���������  Plaici mining claims genoially aie 100  teet squaie, entiy fee, $5, lenewable"  >e.uly i,On the Noitli Saskatchewan  Kivei claims, loi elthei bai or bunch, the  toi mei being 100 leet" long and extending  between high and low watei maik Thu  lattei includes bai diggings, but extends  back to the base of tne hill or bank,.but  not exceeding 1,000 feet " Wlieie steam  povvoi is used, claims'^00 leet wide may  be obtained. ,  *. 1  ��������� Dredging 111 the liveis ol Manitoba  and the N VV. T, excepting .the Yukon  Tomtoiy ���������A tiee miner may-obluin only*  two leases'oL live miles each loi a.term  of twenty jears, lenewable in"the discie-  tion of tho Mlnistei  of the lnteiioi.  The lessee's light is eonlined to the sub-  'meiged, beds or.bais of the,nvei-below  low walei m.uk, and subject to the lights  ol .ill persons who have, 01 vvho m.i> receive entiles loi ^b.n diggings',or bench  claims, except on the .Saskatchewan*  Kivei, where the lessee imj dredge U>|  high.vvalei maik on each alternate lease;  hold  The lessee shall have a dredge in'operation within one seison Hom^llie date'of  thu lease toi each live miles, but where  .1 person 01 company has,obtained moie  lh.nr one.leaser,one diedge'loi each llt-  *teon "miles 01 liaetion is sutilclent.  Rental,"' iflO pei annum loi each mile of  n\ei leased ,ltoyalty ut the late ot two  and a halt pci cent collected on the out-,  put altei  it.exceeds ?10,U0O ,������.   ,  Dredging lu the Yukon Ten Itoiy.���������Six  leases 01 live miles each may be gi anted  to a lice minei 101 a teim ol' twenty  yens, also lenewable.  , The lessee's light is eonlined to the  siibmeiged bed 01 bais in the Uver below low water maik, that boundaiy to  be iixed by its position on tlio 1st day 01  August in Hie yeai ol-lhe date of Lthe,  lease ,  The lessee shall have one diedge in op-  eiation within two yuu.it. liom. ilicduie  o������ the lease, and one "-diedge loi each  live miles within six jeais liom sueh  date Mental, $100 poi mile for the fiist  je.u, and HO per mile loi each subsequent yeai Ivojaitj, samu as place! mining   t r  piacei Mining in the Yukon Teintoiy  ���������deck, nvei ,gulch and lull claims snail  not exceed 2o0 leec in length, ,measured  on tho base line 01 general diiecuon 01  tho cieek ot gulch, the wldthrboing irom  1,000 to 2,000 leet. AH othei placer claims  shall be ^00 teei snuaie  Claims aiu niaikea by two legal posts,  ono at each end, beailng notices Jinny  must be obtained within ten dajs, it tiie  claim is 1 within ten miles ot mining lu-  coidei s olhce. Ono oxlia day .mowed  foi each additional ten,nines 01 li action  The pei son 01 company staKing a claim  must hold a nee mrrrcr s ceicilicalc  *Tne discoveiui ol a new mine Is entitled  to a claim 01 l.UUO toot 111 lengtn, ana ir  lho pai ty consists, ol,tvvo, l.&oei leet altogether on lne output 01 which no loyalty  shall be chaigeci, the iust ol lho pain  oidmaiy claims onl>.  li.iloy lee, ?10 Itojalty at the late ol  two and one-hall pel cunt on the value  01 the gold shipped 110m the Yukon Tei-  rilory lo be p.uU  to the Comptioliei  No lice miner shall receive a giant ol  moie than one- mining claim 011 each sep-  eiale nvei, cieek 01 gulch, but the same  minei nia> hold any uumoei ol claims  by puicliase,'and tiee mnrers maj work  then claims in pai mei ship by tiling  nonce and pacing ice ol ������.- A claim may  be abandoncu, and auotnci obtained on  Hie same cic'OK, guieh 01 nvei, bj giving  notice and pacing a lee  Woik must be (lone on a claim each  j eai  to the vaiuu 01 at least ?-uu  A ceiurlciile that woik has been done  must be obtained each yeai, it not, Hie  ulaim shall be deemed to bu abandoned,  anil open to occupation and entij bj a  nee miner.  'J ho boundaries ol a claim niu> be de-  lined absolutely b> having a survey  made und publishing notices lu the Yukon  Otllclul Uuzelie.  llyuiuulic Mining, Yukon Teiiitoiv ���������  Locations suiiai'Je if..- f.,yu-Mul/a-mming,.  having a Homage ot liom one lo live'1'  miles, und a depth 01 onu mile 01 moie,  ma) 00 leased tor twenty jeurs, pioviued  the giound lias been piospected by the  applicant 01 Ins agent, is lound to be unsuitable toi placui nulling, und does not  include within its boundants any milling  claims alieady granted. A lentul 01 Hjd  for ouch mile or nontugu, und loyalty at  the rate ol two and one-nalt pel eerri on  the v.uuo oi the gold shipped 11 om the  Temtoij (tie ch.ugeu opeiations rrrusi  bu commenced wlilnn onu jear noin the  date of the lease, and not less than ������),ww  must be expended annually The lease  e-cciudes all base metals, iiuaiU and coal,  and provides tor the wlthdiuvval of unop-  eiated land 101 agileultuial 01 building  purposes  Petioleum ���������All unappropnated Dominion l^ands in Manitoba, the Xs'oith-west  'J'eriltoiles and within the Yukon Tenl-  tory die open lo piospecung loi peti oleum, and tho mlnistei may icserve loi  an individual ui company having machine! y on the land to be prospected,  an nidi of W0 acies Should the pios-  pector discover oil in paying quantities,  and satislactonly establish such discovery, an area not exceeding W0 acres, Including the oil well and such other land  as may be determined, will be sold to  the discoverer at the rate of $1.00 an  acre, subject to loyalty at such rate as  may  be specified by order-in-council.  Depaitment ol the Interior, Ottawa,  Sept., 1M3.  JAMES A. SMAKT  Deputy of the Minister of th������ Interior.  H. B.' STONEXV "��������� ,"  MACHINIST' AND /GUNSMITH,[.  i ,- 11    11    ���������". A ,  Opiioslte Cenlial-Hotcl, ltevelsloke      '-���������  L.1II10 ai'd '(ieneinl Mnchine Work   [-  -, ' I'loinpilv     Kvi-i uled. r ,,  SAMSON &' PAULSON,,. -.,  ,"riii:ters,Papephangei'S,SignwHteps  .   KALSOMTNlNfi* DON IS.  -;*'-'  Otib'is i*P(* iv e, prompt nlteiilion.'"    '  Second -11 cot,       - '    ItBiVBLSTOKlO.  -TIR^-  THE0WL-R^T  ICusI of-Alnlsoiih Hank       ���������   1- llev els'loke.  1  Km  voui  meals.    Open day nnd nij,'lit.  Meal- 2.")c nnd iipvvanl.    Special wet'kl.Vi  1.lies.    Good a( 1 vie 1  ^uuiaiileed.^      \  -   ' YODO KU.lil/Ihopiiel.M*.      !  ______! ,__u_   l '   -'-'..< _���������__->   LEABN" TELEGRAPHY  We  have just   uiiiih* '.11 i.iiik'1-  inents to Inive a Telegiaph De-       t  pailiiienl which vvill   be nuclei, *  -   i the peibiuinl supi'i vision ot  an  ���������   ex|)ei l,,w*li(i bus had expel ieii( c*  '_    in nil kinds ot li'lenijiphing nnd  ' lolcpluniiiiK work, . , v  ll will pay  you to write tor leinis.   -  Vancouver Business College,'; Ltd.,  Box ."il I.  VANCOUVER, B. U.  INCOHPOnATc'tJ TQCJONTO   8",J- ���������'.���������OTO.  .  ���������f ', 1886.     / J^mmm   m ;  - Prcsiocnt."-  DR. EDWARD FISHER, Musical Diroctor  The    Best (Equipment   and1'Facilities  and Strongest Faculty in Canada.   A  A Ihoioughlj ui list ie and finished t  MUSICAL"KDUCATION. ' /  -_  ^-Local OciilerExiuniiiution** hold even Mini  mei in Manilobii,<Noithvvefit Territories and  Uritisli Columbia.   ��������� '-' \~    .    if        <���������  School 'of  Literature'an'd 'Expression  'Mr-, fne/, Nicholson C.ultoi", Pi incipal."(  Full Ii'iiculty. ,A11 bianclies taught;.  itS'CALKN'DAItS   AND  SYLLABUS - KUBE  1      - V  Whon wilting iilense mention The Mail.,     .  ^*        -' ������- '      v     ^  S3vcok:e  ft', %t?  KDHTZ&' CO'S. CIGARS  ���������'-The Best "on the'Market.  -KURTZ'S-OWN-  ^' ci,    ������*.i*  rf"*?-������-  ,KURTZ'S PIONBlilt r-;  KURTZ'S SPANISH BLOSSOM <  -  A.-'     --<���������,'     -        ,.**���������>- A'  are Ruiiids tlmt c-in't l>i>whi>nlon.*   ,v  ;��������� MADE BY'UNION^A'BOR^iA'i  WOODVYARD  1 l'h.ive slar'tecl a:������periiiiiiieiit Wood  Yard on Thud street. ,With my past  cxpofiiMici', 1 hope'to be'in a'position  to satisfy all lecpiiri'iiienrs ot" custom,  ers.-Mill'und coidvvood -supplied in  any lengths at 1 educed prices for eash-  -   .v Jt.,SAMSON., _-,_.  Halcyon Hot Springs~  ^       Sanitarium. ~->   -  mllE MEDICABWATERS of Hal-'  ,JL cyon aie the most curative^in the  vvoild. \A perfect, ii!it.und lemecly for  all Nervous nnd* Mti'Seulnr^diseaht's, .  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments  and Metallic' Poisoning. A sure cure  lot '"That, Tued Feeliiif?." Special  i.ilps'on all boats and truins. Two  mails .11 live* imd depait e*veiy,sday.  Telegiaph toniniiinic.il ion with all  piii-ts ot the vvoild. An experienced  iiiassanger.  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrobo LaKe. 3, C.  Place Your Orders  with   us   in   time    for   CHRISTMAS,  CAKES and  Christmas Groceries;  "���������Agents for  the  Celebrated  MONSOON TEAS.  U.SMITH & CO,  McKony.ie Avenue, Revelstoke.  t  *������&^  OWN  S&AB  M  \y  BABY'S   OWN  SOAP;-',  "prevents    roughness.'of   the  skin and chapping.  Be*>t for toilet and nursery use. 0.-������s  AliERT TOILET SOAP CO; jjfra. MONTREAL  r-                 1  m                 VFr  J"         J  K   ���������ai,'s k  m,   Mi'.,un  ������������������'    to spend  J  r*                   1  J        (I   I  HV , K00lun.1v  HB  ��������� week.,,,1  r J  1  B ,We"h.i  ���������J      loads, .uc  I    ^  It.            1  y   " I  M  R .''ink'-j A  H-'           '*- '������  H ���������       <i'-vti  WS    *   Rcpau**  /X      1  1  H rS. lvoptuii  H Theio 1-  |H'a bull on N(  'J      1  H    "   A   boav  v                  I  If v Monday n  1  y *i-     1  jH    -   Biupiuii  H   , for the Si  ���������_���������  H    on Cbrisli  ^      8  ^m    '         'I'I  H     made  foi  H     scboo1 foi  W   Friday 11c  ^                   1  IB  x' I^������������               "I        1  ^B  BH                  '.iron  -"���������*-*-          J  |B J" '.Miss"Mu  ���������      At   .               ^  H| a'from K.iul  "'1*       fi  i     j  ���������V ft                      1  H".     J.TA, Mo  fg - .Poi tage;U.i  B     -  Jeiivl-Ti  ���������V ���������' Out. to vis  r'                         1  BK--    ,f.is.-Sm  ^                          1  |M    Pembroke  ,1������,                       I  BB    ChiistiJiiis  f'-K                    j  Bj    .' Misses' h  ^'          il  BS   'him  vvill s  '   "'   '     1  m b.'c. ,']  1  B       ThcACo  '!  Bb    an exponsi  ***            1  HR    River foi t  ���������       Mi. Win  ���������"-           ������  MB  ll  HJ8    so me of. tii  -       1  Ul    scon iit^be  HJg   ot ) ears.J *|v  1  m    The c it  "*-      -*1                ���������  jBS    plunli 10011  l    4                    1  BB   sufficient 10  .      ^               fl  WA   of lumbei t  , jz ������. ^r"^.?:7'*u*(' -!**���������-( ������*/������������<������*-  ^ tP������-������iBiT������ tr 1vh.-*,j**v  ,v,~.~r<--,  ,^.   J: ST"** tmT-'tri' '..-&<
aBBisy^wa^
to?
r^
.They/re happy in the Kitchen
Since Bovrii came to stay, * ,
i     i *        '
The chef and his assistant.*.   ���
. * i,        -      i.i ,.-*
Have learned' ti\e Bovrii wkr,
f     , r T
Of making Soups and Sauces���
'   - Delicious Bouillon, top ;
in-" '
That's'why the work is easy,
tA  And,they're so quickly through
>i
is the most" useful and convenient assistant to the
'cook in preparing, rich and dehciously flavoured
^oups, gravies, entrees, etc. One teaspoonful to a pint
,of soup produces,a marvellous improvement in flavor,
strength and appearance     ' *
they cleseue the suppoit they icccive|
fiom theic-ideiils amongst whom ihev
opciate. 'They   made  a   mine  of   lhe
"Acltic I.," b ivedeveloped the * Luck.v
.r.icl-,i" and ' awe-do" g|i>up-, have de
vel.ipul   lhe   '0.\stei   Oiileiion,"   and
have  a   10 stamp   mill   at   Cnmboiiio
steadiI.v   pounding out vc-llow   buck*
Al ii  mooting in the Pioopectoi 's l'.\-
cliange last evening the Mining Rcccnd,
ab an  unfiii  an I  untiuthful  joinu il,
wa- duly consigned to the (lames
���Chamber kin's
FIREVALLEY.
'���"'From our own ('iirro-iKindont        \
-Mis  ICuby still.continues voiy ill   :
j.       Mr;iiiid Mis Jhodciick huve   gone
to spend a few dnys'in Nelson' '     V'
,,'Cnpt   Knhy.'of tlie  S rS -..Pick ten
Kootenay Luke, was. id the valley.-Inst
��� w ee* K. iJk i^.^t _,_,, ^^--.-. \j��syji &���-*!& *- ��. *���""?. t
(\\"e have   nlontv of  snow  now   the
loads aie in good'condition.foi  sleigh-1
'���ing i-ri -A??/VVAt    j     -A 'A.
���Pt
NAKUSP.
'   from our own Correspondent
'   Repaiis aie novv going on, on tbe S.
. S. lvootoii.!", heie    ,-*;',     -   'r
Theie is some tulkiofji masqueiude
a bull on New"" Yen is Eve * *
J   A   113.1 vy, 'snow-stoim   full   heie   on
�� Monday night,!ind-*Tuesdny moining-
'   Piepuiiitions aio 'iiott',- icing pushed
, foi  the Sunday school-Christmas tree
on Christmas Eve*   :-   '��>   '    fA     A-
.     ,���,    'i . z      ,���-- ,'  ~
lheic_is   gieat ,'prepiiration  "being,
made  foi   the  closing .of  the   public
*.'   ������-y   "*j '- ��� -*
schoo  foi the Christmas Holidays on
Friday nc\t' '
Mis .lien u��.iikI_ i splendid gild chain
and locket foi Mi Ronnie bust night
the, called a meeting about 10 o'clock,
one of the men went to-Mi Rcnuic's
bi el-mum and a-ked In in lb gel up ifnd
sollli\in aiguincnt-lhiit hud i isen between t hem, on ai i iv ing ut the place to
his gicit sm pi i-e<be';fonnd ubuut one
bundled oMiis woi kmeu- w uting for
him to 11esent' htm with the costly
���picocnt     Aftei   the. piosnt.ition   they
m in ied two deeii to the Queen's Hotel
**,     -���  ��- .
ivvbeip  it, pleasant /"hour
siiunling   Andiew
grain, IJucleS mi's Rom oon   Million
nie   'S   the nght   man   iu-lhe   nght
place, ancl is  veiy Vnueh' iippieciatccl
iv   the "-coin'pai.v'   ind hisAwnk-
.'     "        .  "        ''*
w i- spout in
Usboi   .lo-eph Sei-
hotb
men
'BEATON:
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
I ," ,       '
'���The O.in'iboi ne <watoi supplv is npw
in cipeiation      , ' ""
The city elections foi 111.1301J nldei-
lucn and -cbool tiustees Avill be held
about Jiinuaiy l.ith       > r.  _ 1
A     Johnson   has been  appointed to
tin Revelsloko licensingicominiitee in
1 '
plnce of K   V   II iggen      **      '
Mo;sis lllukeinoio aifd Jackson shot
two  line cniiboiiAieui   the mouth of
thu .loidan, on Tuesday.    ff
'The Ciovvs .Nest Coal Con'ipitny have
laid scvuial chaiges  against then late
iiiiin.igoi, r J     11  'Tonkin,   foi    mul-
le.isuncc      ' ' , i
\\ e liuvu to thuuk the King's 111 mtci
1        , �� , ' 1
loi   a   >.,up} 1 ol the   llntish   Columbia.
Youi  OOok   loi. I'JO.I     Tho, woik,has
** V
been ably oc nipiled'bv  R   E  Gusiioll
ir-_U.ilgiiiy_h.iii   11 (sensal lun   ovui_    the
escape of convict  C.ishul,   undci   sentence of clo.itli, <inet llie mounted police
an* -c'Uiing tho eoutiDiy foi'limi
Thu C 1' It bus bcun .endued tune-
tiuii to Hong Kong  Chinese' bioiijjit
ovei'on the Enipiess,- line^and lefiised'
,*i
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
For Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whoop,
ing Cough   Price 25 cents; laige size 50c.
Chamberlain's  Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
'   For Dowel Complaints    Price 35 cents.
i . .	
Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
An aiitiscpticihiiiinenl especially valuable for Cuts, Bruises, Spiaiiisaiidltheuma-
tisui     Pi ice 25 cents, laige si/e 50 cents.
Chamberlain's Stomach and
< - Liver Tablets.
For Disorders of the Stomach, Liver
and Bowels    Price 25 cents. ,      ,
HENRY'S 'ME
rbUi
8000 Wesliiiiu-lei   Ro id
Fruit and Ornamental Trees
Rhodociendrons,/flRoses,
Holland, French   -nTTT "OC?
and Japan      13U-LeJJ^>
FOR PAI.L PBANl'INO.
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds
ALWAYS  IN SI'OUK
1 lor IA!
and
Is, Weddin
Kiuici.i
i.f-
BEAVERMOUTH"
, <��� >  ��� t    '' *
I **     IT 1       ,1 n-
FruniAOur OvvnXorro-ixiridenfj,
.Miss. Mabel McCalluiii��hiis letuined.
*-' from K.iult * ^ -""* *" "* ' -'  ^-    .    ���       *-
T   -- " * A
J. A  iMpiuson is visiting fiiends��.it'
Poi tuge-Ba'-Praii ic* ""A"""*-"*""     a���--
Jei iy tTiinieVhas lefffdiVPcniblbko,'
j Out  to"\isit.liis p'arents ~   ) '       -T'   \
--     .fas.-Sniily li;i"s^left loi "hi-lioiiie'in
Penibioke whci'cf he" will ' spend ' his
Chiistiiuis holidays*      ���   ""   ���'..
v Misses Hu/el  und   Hndied-'MoCal;���
-hun  will spend  Cliiistinus  ut   Kiiult,
B.'C. /��
ThcACoinpnnj - is     also    putting
an expensive bridge"across the Beavcf
River foi the'use of Camp 5-
'      Mi. White of camp 5, is taking out"
some of the nest logs that  has  been
seen at,,the Be.ivei  Mill foi .1 numbei
of }e.irs"tr''|i.i:j.i\-vjJ/A'-'viJ--i,C-J|^.�� i' -*
The C R-L-Co'arecvtcnduig theii
plunh 100111 astb'ey find they have not
sufficient 100m to bundle the otiuntitv
of lumbei the mill turns outf/i^v. ^
COMAPtiXAj
A Handsome Presentation
i-      From our onn correspondent
The best joke I know is a man stealing a gold n'ng fiom  B. E  Drew, the
J. P. at Caniboine,  md  selling, 11  to
Siunnei the policeman.
The boys round  the saw null made'
a subscription about a month ago and
sent to the East foi   a silvei set for
.    x -,* From our own Corie-ponduut     J1   ������ ."'
"i Wo have so-f'ii.'h.id.no snow to 111 ike
sleighing, but'the-beautiful is  fallinu
this evening , < ,      *. VJ   v  " ���" ���  '
VWaltoi^lleiideison D   L'*S  who lias
been  a lesideut of  this   pluco fui   10
yens, bas'sold out lusolh'co antl lots to
'        ���      .1 .     1- .    ,, -1
M  Beaton unci leaves tomoiiuw toi Jus
old home in Quebec   .���*/,"       *-   *���' "���
The puptls*'of'the Beaton School 1111
t- -        j   r 1
\eiv busy picpanng foi the entoi fcuin-
nient they Ure to give 011 tfnedy aftei *
noonjie*et ut closing fc the Ohtistni to
Holidays   ,  *    t   n *���*-*.>���.
-.Itis lepoitecl^tliab.A  Ciawfoid, who
^l,gl!lLi)'-JtAMl bbGj.ug's .stublosiaiid
teamingouthts, bus alsTo*bought out J
Knkputiiok/of Pciguson.-iind will con-
tioi the stage lines on both loads ,
* 1 0n3 the CI9th iust,"Messis .Ancleiso'n"
indfullinei, of the  Piospectois   E\-
changu Llotcl.'will give a giaucl ball an
suppei   A laigeattend nice fiom ncigh-
boi ing towns is expected and we expect
it will be a very siicoesslul  ill'111
,. Jlessis M   Beaton and   Ed   II1llmn.11
,liuve put up a building unci com men-
qed   logging opemtions on ilie[ Noitji
side of the Arm     The out-put of then
cunip bus been contiuctud fen by the
Big Ueiid Lumbei Coy
"_ *'D -T  Bull, oiu" latc^ Postm ibtei  iind
Stoio-keepei, who leftjor a-tnp to the
Hot Springs foi u few days, bus not ie
turned yet' AVe have given hun-up
admission tu thu United .Stales
< The United Stutcs 1 el used admission
to'IJuipei, a New  Z*aland baukcleik",
ancl the Is'uvv Zcdiiiid goveinineut will
;ii1iTiciie:*UncIe  Sam   without gloves by
*   ** Ti-J' ,    .      ' 1 ''    1   .   *      <
passing ictaliatoiy legislation
lion -J'' ,\\ ' Ai tm ui i iijIiji ins us that
thu loui 1st Assoct'tlion  01 Golden   ut��
gelling out an   illtistiated   guiilu book
ol .N'oilb Eis't Kootenav, ol wliiob oODO
* ' ''    -*
copies will  bu  Issued      lhe   puuplu   01
oolclcn pluckiiy   subsunbe'tl" "fliiJU thus
1 ,        "1    "  ' 1
tu .idvcitisc then clistnec. 3_   '
Oiushul 11.to a shapeless inass'bv the
accitlciil.il   tail   cf a 'bulildui, was   the
* - *
boily   ol   Hi noot" \\ ltt, ma'sonjuiemail
ol'lliu"C  P  it at spunce's Budge    lie
wus supeiintuiidiug   the loatling ot an
lmiuenso bouldui 011 a llu cm atBiiiht-
A - '
Mile ^lcek, w lieu   the   I'ulildui   sllj peel
ancl lell upon him '      -   ' '
.    At a public nice-ting in ���Oiimbui no it
4���. *. 1
vvas decided to u-k.goveimount to ij.nld
a w igou 10.11I lo liei^d Cieek, tu piuvicU'
*ji 1,000   to'coiduuiy    the    Cimbuine
13c.ilon load, tu make   ctail   Hum l'lsh
^ 1
Creek to.-McOuuj,!!!   Ui.ck, to liupiuvu
Pool  Cieek   aiul   lSe.i.tiicu.ti.iils,  .tucl
that novel iinioiit appoint a  local man
as slipei visui.ul '.I'b'sh  Cieek  loads and
��� >'   'r -        *'-
tllllls l  > ��� 1-    I - 1
' ' . ?
Hon J? \\ Ajbnui.C U, vv .,0 bus
bee'n 111 oh uge ut-ihe iloniiuion gov-
oininent diiclging anil othei opmatioiia
111, E 1st Kootenay tul thu pist foui
yens, has bad bis jui isdictiun extended
ovei the whole ul lv.uuten.ii, and will,
111 futuie, take cliiiigc(oi tbu^diedgu
and nvei linpiovemunts un the Columbia Rivei -and Vnuw Lukes tin
\V'ediiesda> Mi \ylinei went tomb to
look into the woiking Oi the di edge
Nakusp. " ,    ft
Every one of these preparations
is guaranteed and if not fully satisfactory to the purchaser , the
money will he refunded.
stampede amongst.-its siippoi icis and
theio was,a low 111 the'camp Ross,
F1.1&01, inul MuCnwiin weio' p u tion la 1 lv
mdigiiiint at tho 111 imiri in which the
lumbei ing industiy was disci iinin.itcd
agiimsl, und pliieccl tlicit lusignilions
111 .Mcl3ndu's binds "Defeat staling
hun 111 the face he modified bis lulls to
bang* on to olhce, though Hon C
Wil-on thieitcned to icsign if the'bills
l 1 !
did not'go thiough us cl 1 ul toil
_Tho Libeiul Executive met Tue-div
lo coiisidei'thc* pioposed t.uiH'011 linn
bc'i iniiioi led fiom the states'and otbci
matteis     It   was   decided   to   call *a
i*-1
geneiil ma ling^of incnbeis to eon-
"sidci lhe. Itiuihei questions to ask the
Ceiitial 1 vei ut ve fo call .1'convention
10 btji< t ( ( iiididatu foi Kootenay foi
in xl   (In .urn,  10  obtain   infoi m'.il 1011
- r ���*
with a viv'vv to -uiking 1 icdiicttnu of
lieigut 1.1 ies tu Revi Isiuki ud to 11 nj
that ' hu co'iinus-oii winch iiive-ii-
giled,tbe ��� nnditioiis of the* luin'm
lndtislii in "the the' Noi thwest -h ,nld.
OXIUIld . Us .I'lVO-.U ition to lilltl-ll
polil ubii Willi irvicvv to a-iei-
taiuing the "titie tendition ol tbe in
dusti v 111 this pioviiiee ' e <
Bee Hives and Supplies,
FERTILIZERS.
S-'i ilalogue J1 ee. '
M. J. HENRY
Vanoouviiii1; B. '6
���V S   "AiJin "
TABLE
or ��>  S    " Unclean.'
U111111I11
IiUiidirr
1
���   liclWLun    Viiovvheud,   Tlioinhou t
iiindiiii:und O'oinnplix coinincncuiB Oct. lllli
WI. will suil us lollows (vveiilliui iiciinlttniK)
l.cuve  Aiiowlieud  for   1 lioiuson't. 'LundinK
(ind ( oinuplix twice dailj ia Ulk und IjK.
L..iivoConii|)ll.c mid riioin-ou's l.iinding foi
Airovvlrciu^twicedailj ut 7 Ijk nnd IJ iak     n
Jinking closo connections   with  nil C. P.* It
,liiiins und boats ,
The ovv noi s 1 csorvo the 1 ight to'cliun 'e'timec
01 suilings without notice "'A
rino ti'iiRD noniNSON LUMBnitco ltd
_ , **���        . I'. UOUINSON,
e       <* Jluiinpriirr,' Dricctor,T
0 OBAN. STEAMSHIPS
, -   , e
Royal Mail Lines,     ,p
,Cheapest Routo to'tho Old Country.
,     ,     ALLAN LEN1C.
I'i oni St" John, Uidifus, Poi Hand, New Vo(k.
111ms1n.11. '"���                Dec  1!)
I'iui-1'in . "                             Dec   iS
I letoiiun Jan. 2
II iv 111 inn \ ,        Jan. ll
1    >
FURNISHING HOMES
r   I
,   IS OUR BUSINESS '.
and Has Been for Over 40'Years'
)'(���
��i:
,Our new cmalogue just, completed contains' 1568 illustrations, all priced, and
mure mfoim.uion than could be gained in
auveek's shopping. Write foi a copy���it
is free to vou. - ���
WEIL ER BROS.
��� . Victoria, ;b,c.(   ,
1 I ,
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B. EDDY'S
"ICING EDWARD" 1000-.'
"UliADLIGHT," 500s.
"I<:aGLI*>."IU0s and 200-i. '<
"VICTORIA,"
"LITrLB COMET.'.'
FOR  SALE   EVERYWHERE
e*
-tl-
f-i--
'Or,
*fl
Are the best thatj can be bought.
Don't experiment with other and inferior brands'.'
''USE   EZDZblT'S   -     '. '
DOAIINrON lini:
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Diiiiiiuoii      ���* '
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Like iVrmutolii - ���
I il c Ohtiiiiplinn '
ul e J'.uc  r .
AMKIirCAN LIVE
tot   Lou.s l
New Yoik     "- *
Jan. 2
. Juii  21
I.'ioin JVIontieal
Dec 20
Jim !)
*      ' Jan. 21
i i t
tuoiii New York.
'        * Dee 21
Dec .10
REVELSTOKE, B. G.
Gained Forty Pounds in Thirty Days.
. Fni 'evei il niiiiilhs om voungii leo-
l her h id In en tion I ih (I vv nh iniliiri -tn n
He I rn d smv e'i i[_ fi-mi'di-���- lint gnl_ i o
belli hi flnirl i lierri Wi pill ( ll, Si'd some
of Ch iiiibet I un'-yiinnfi'i h ami Lrvii
T'.tbli Is anil hi' him ii'ieerl li'kiiu
Ihem i Iii-idi-of tluilv iliv- In- > 11 i (I
g���ilot il loi t v pound-" i f lle-li. (I^i-
imw lully i .'tov.. ieil Wi hv ie good
li nie on the T ihl.-t-.- Hull, v Hi o- *
M nh mis. Lung Ri.iuih Mo Foi
- i'i* bv   ill driiguTi-is    i *  ""
RAIL AND STEAMER.
VVUlfB
I'ciilourc *'
Viable ""     *
tier rniinic
''CUNAHD LINK-
Uiiibiiu
LlKUUUl '
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lunim -,
STAR LINK���i'i om New Yoik
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Dec .'I
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Pussenitus ticUctcd'tlnouKli  lo nil puiCs o��
(.ic.it Britimi und lieliind, und ut spcciull^   low
i.ilc-, to'nil pai is of  the Jjiuopoan continent
Vpplj lo nciucsl, lailwaj or siuanibiiipaguil or
T.   W. BRADSHAW.  Agont,  Rcvolstoko
W. P  F CUMMINGS. FaciHe Agent
���     '     ' . ABRAHAMSONfiBROS,   PROPRIETORS.-        * Q - *i
Newly  built. *   First-class in"everyfrespect.     "All modern-conveniences.
Large Sample Rooms. '"" "    J^
, Rates $1 50 per Day-,^  '    ���      Special Weekly Rates.   . \"y
Queen's Hotel," Trout -Lake, ^under   same   management.
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HOTEL b LARDEAU -f&'
comaplix::       ���
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A"" '*$ I
yf^M\
-*1   Mr}
(<5?
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and never ecpsot to 'See his smiling
countemincc .iguin ' J W .Thomson
took posspssipiipf,)the,Post'Office! and
found that "iff 'Bull h.;d in'any ciedi-
^loisand no assets vvoithy ol ni'iitton
The lesitlenls of this placi\weii' veiy
indignant on ie.iding.au aiticlo in the
last issue of the Mining Recoid dealing
witli the I'opl.u Cieck,Mines of the
GieatjNoithcin Mines Limited ���'Now,
as this Compaui has, so I.u, alvvais
been successful in then mining ven
tines, and * has done moie .than .mj
othei Company t lopen up the Laideau
* > It Is Highly Injurious. _^j ^,1
"To use a cbeaeap di.istic phvsic.
Safest letnedy foustiputiou and Toipid
liver is Di Hamilton's Pills of M.in-
drake and Buttuinut vvbicl)_lussun tbe
bowels vv nboutu giipmg pain** Use
only Di   Hamilton s Puis     Puce 2oc.
_   T'espulil  i   'biii (I  exclusion   i lle-
f""n tin   Co i-t   lo' ICi-tiiu  iiiiinl -   i i
��� < <i    t     -    A
il-o in Ion i  In,in Ki vt l-tok(       '   r
i , r ���
,The* i mm eei uu; st ill ,ii i he-C   1'   !.'
imdci   M     l.'iihU  B  i-' u-v netri'ij'
oui e*s* im lies f.n ii'xi*veu_- apiopni
tion-      ,
l'beic is    (I, i uleil i illiiin nil ii, ,,!���
w iv   n ilhi      Tbe    .iiinil'i i    oi    r icw-
a
i mining i i-r |i,.m Ituvt Isloke h is In en
icd ui i il li.)'ii tcn-t j s.'ven    '      '
C    1'    l>     I'hisji. et'i    Ch iiiiIhjis    w is
killul  it  Di i,.i line lluoii^h In-muni*
Ik inn ilei ninl  in   i snow ibifr'    1 ut-
in i.i_   I'li'inihei -     'iid     I'i^gmein in'
N lc Inns ,i, win   iii'iucd ' *    '
Jas.4J,.'Wbodrow,
3 f UW.J ��   jXu   '    *
Retail Dealer \n^^MtaaSs^^
' BEEF, "PORK,
' >      MUTTON, 'Etc.
u   Fish and Game in Season.
a       All oi dels pi oinptlj tilled
p '
REVELSTOKE, B'. �� ��r,��D>o^
(_����   The Best House in'Town.    - 'Well Furnished' \-   ��� Good Table' �������'��� ^
'* f'     ��� ���    . i     "     ���* .*    * * -,   ;. '      ' r     "S " *
|J ^   Best'Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS k'ept.in Stock.'- - ^7 "
-)^r_t^';^
,-!-"��� .**>-'
i^T ,���
Jfvtrt
-���>~y^~s'i. -') -slA
J    \  ,    '   "W, HAMILTON, Proprietor.   <-
t? ��� .       "       * .   **.        > -     *     *     --'^      *..- -���*-�� - ,
o?n t$h istoc^j dth (sti t$r> r!ta rfr> rtrt ��ft�� i$�� f$? i$? ($�� i$�� f��? ^(^(^i^($?!^i^v^v8>5^tfe<%'��'-'',';:
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POLITICAL
S
BerlinerGrai^phona
Melody :
and Mirth
During the Long
Winter Evening's
���     ' with
The Berliner Gramophone
> Winter's dreary evenings lose their'oiohotony, and you
have a constant source of pleasuie and profit in a Gram-
o-pho'ie. It will tell you funny stories or sing Coon
*Song*>"���if j on feel humorously inclined. If jc i want
to dance, anything "from A two-step tel a Minuet���awaits
your pleasure o*- that of your friends and neighbois.
It villi pliv mn��terpieces of the PinnO ol- OtBitt; Solos hv fimoits viollnts!':,
nniidoli i miilir or binjo pi ijers j give )oll n Hirlu Concert by Sousa *. or llie
Coldstrc nn Giinrdii' lljnd or the liugpipes | 6iilg or tall-, vtlllcn 3011 Vvill
Prices of Gram-O-phones &-B fi? ^ _.    ^ A ��
complete witH 3 Records *\> ��J   IU   <p*fC/
Girnrinteed for fivey^nn-.   "It is uinile In Cnnndi,"
.."old  on   amy monthly paymenla  if desired.     Write
fo-- particulars, Catmloffu* ancl list of Records.
Mniiiifnctiired lij'
E. BERLINER, 2316 St. Catherine Street, Montreal.
CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.
UKvisusroKK, n. c.
II G. McPheison M P has been re
uonuaatcd Liberal cacliclatu fun Bui-
laid
it.ilph Smith -M P has been endoi
seel as L1be1.1l-I.1b01 candidate foi JNTa-
n.imio at the ne\t Duiiuiiion election
[ A commission has been appointed to
investigate chaigos thut government
ollicials at' the eu 1st aiu assisting
Japanese in evading the law
\V v. Li.illiliei U 'P. sivs the
government ivi'l get at le is^ sisteen ol
the twenty eight setts vest of Luke
impeliui iievl, elcolion
' Mi. J W. Cuiey, u lue-lo ;g supporter of the Conseivutive paity, speaking at Victoria expiessetl tbe view that
the Dominion L: ^ .'J _ goveinineut
should be letuine'd to powei.
Among the Liberal candidates  men-.
Honed   foi    the   new   constituency'of
Yalo 111 the lcclcial elections 1- J. D
bvvanson   the well known sohcitois of
Kamloops       -Mi      swauson    will     bu
stionglv supiioited
Duncan Koss ot Greenwood Dr.
Wnele, J L) swarisou, V 1) .\lclnijie,
uf Kamloops, and Denis .Uuiph), of
Atbciolt .tie ineniioiied as candidates
foi the h'.erul noniinaliou foi thu new
Yale-Ciuiboo scat
Tbuiu is gieit lndignalion at V.tn-
couvui ovei the dismissal of Magistia tc
Ktiss.il, and the iipp.'intniunt of a
i\IcBncle-\\"ilsi)ii factotums .Mr Jius-
se'll's ollencc seems to he that though
be is a consoiiutivu, hu siippuitcd Ii
G Mcl'licison last Oominiou election.
It linns out the .Mcllndu government's pawnshop legislation caused a
~- "Not'lHrCosfTen dollars
���1
\ hollle would I be vvitlion  Pols m's
Xeiviliae*  wntes J  A. Kuth, a  lnimi
ne.u   Tie'itoii,  Ont,   Neivipne   ,A|ho
best hotiso'iold  lininieiiu I know      Me
use it foi -to u ich ti siiblcs, indu^c-t 1011,
headache .1 id  siimitici   coiupi.imr     I
know ol nothing 1-etci   to tike 111  hot
watti   lo bieik up a cold, 01 to 111', on
foi   1 bourn.itisiii cu neiiialgia       Lveiv
f.uinei   sbotil/1   keep   1  few   bottics  ol
Neivilme   li 1 ncl v   and    have    smallei
doctoi    bills
diuggist-
Laige   bottle   2.jc    at
The Muslci Vlccli.unc- l'uie 'J'ui SoijiIipiI-
und -nflui- tlu skin, vvlulo pronilitlv cloin-inr;
it of i?n i-l, oil, 111-r etc Invaluable fni nn.
cli.mics, InniciT spar t-ini 11 I<ico sunpli on
ric^ipl i)C Jc foi lio-r.igc Albeit P01I1 I So i]>
Co   in iiiiifin tnrei-  Mnnlii'il
ORIENTAL   HOTEL
ably furnished with the choicest the market
affoids Best -Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.
Rates $ 1 a day.    'Monthly rate.    *    _, -
J".      ALBERT      STOINAEL \'PRQ-
Just Remodelled-and Refurnished mJJ^sH^Modern Conveniences:   -���
Hi&oms'in Sudts with Bai In L and   Toitcts ati'ar/ici/i flowing Hof
avd^Cotd Water, Inside Toilets on eai/'i floor, (,'a.s Lighted and
Steaiii  Heated Throughout.
J. C GREENE, Proprietor,       =       ^GOLDEN, B. C   '     -
*3i
���TsSti
o HOTEL'
COMAPLIX
CHIEF YQUNG,      - ���    -       -     Proprietor.   ���   ;
Best biands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Travellers, to 'Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation
rit this Hotel. i
mOTICI" islicicbv uiv en Unit tliu I v dij-altci
I"   (lute I nitiml toupiil) lo llieClucfC Minims
-innoi of LiiirNiuid Woi,.-foi u -pcci il license
lo cut and cm.v uw iv   tmibei  fioin the follow
111B dc-enbed laud-, vi/
No 1 ( omiiiciiclns utn post pluiilcd on lhe
iiKlit bant of lhe Columbia river nboiil hulf 11
mile ibovi Suipti-c nipids iunliii.iil.itl']!
Kilns noiiliucst loincr po-l, tlicnei south III
chains, thence c.i-t IM chain- lliuicc noitli 10
cliiiin*:. Ihcnce wi-L 100 chain-, to point of <oiu-
incncciiicnt
No 2 Conriiiciiciiig ut 11 post planted "ill
chainscisl of I) l.lhss uoithvvciit cornet pool
andmaikid II I'Hiss southeast eoinei po-l
thence 1101 til Ji i limns, thence wo-t 80 chain-,
llicucc south Ml chains, thence cas! 81) chain- lo
place of commencement
H   1*1,1,15-
Nov   I Hi, I'KH
WO' ll I. rshercbv fivcn that limit tlajsuflci
���'   d ne I iu end lonppl) to the ( Incf Ooiiiiiih
-uiiii ot I.uids und Woik- foi 11-picial license
tm 111  in I inn) .innv ImiliLi   fioin lhe follow
niK di-i ilbiil I md-  vi/
iNi I ( iiniinciii 1111; at a pool pliulcd abuiit
twilvi .liaiuoe i-t I rum head ol bin mist lapul-
on Luiuiiiou iivu niukcd Im ifillrs-i noitli/
wcstcii.n po-l,' thencii ea-t til chains thiiue
south (Vidimus, thence west W) eliiiins Ihcnce
1101 th 60eli.ii is to place of commencement
JAS   1,1,1,1-
\)     11,1     UOI
*V[(ri C', is heubj given Ui il lluil) div-
X> ai.ei d He I intend to appl) to the ( I ri 1
(,'oinni ��� ioiici of l.uuds md VVroi ks Tor u
fi reel ll lucii-e 'o cut and cany aw 1) tn hi 1
f om the lollowinir dcscrrbul lauds, v it
No I ( iimiiiciicui^ at a po-t planted oil
foil itfc inul ovei .Smpiiso Lipids .iboiu one
loin Hi null liom tin south end of it and 111.11 keil
Vd 1111 Mulls 1101 tbwest eoinei post, tlicnei
oouth 10 chain*, thence (,1st 1W 1 hinis, tliencc
noilh lUch mis, thoncc west Ida chains lo pl.uc
of coninu iieenictit ^^
No 2 Cumuieneii)*,' 11I.1 post planted on t'n
left bank of the toltnnbii liver bi-idi .lame-
Oilmoirr s nuithcastcjinei post about ten miles
IjpIdvv ,Siir,insc rapids and maiked 'Alain
Hull s -ouliieiist eoinei po-a,' thence wesl bn
chain-, llic'iiec noitli 80 chain-, Ihcnce
ciust Wi ch lino, lliciiee soulli tO cli.uus to place
of commencement,
ADAM HALL,
Nov, loth, ISAM,
ishnt-
Uveialls,
IJeiiim I'anl-,
I'wced I'ants
ottou ide I'm!-,
J limpets,
llloiisc-,
I'.rHfincd-   luikels
VV'uIci-   lackct*.,
II n bcis Jaekcl-,
CiiikIi nil .1 icki t-,
M1--1011 I I iniiel Un
der weai,
iM-VNUKACriJltR
Aprons
I 'ooks
Ca])^
Ciipenteis'Aiiioius
VV .ntcis' A pi oris,
I'unteis anil I'lnsli
cis Uvei,ill-,
Aliickiiiavv Co Us,
illiiekinaw I'aiit-,
'1.��.! 11.1111 111 A
DiiumiKc H.IK-,
llin se lllanki'ts,
'1'cnt.-,
Ktc , etc , etc
md
Kstablished lid!    lncoipointed 1'IOJ
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
Liuiri n,
WHOLESALE MERCHANTS,
VV uiehuiii-cs  W'hail atlcel
L aetoi), L I! lotion ati ( et,
VIUIOHIA,  13   C
���^ruscwes
) **
otel
nn
be��-l   Dull 11   I Day
111 1 be low n
DAVK
House
OHK. Viopneloi
Hest  Hiands of Wine��, Spirits
mid Cigars.
'P
Standard rcmody lor Gleet,
Gonorrhcoa and Runnings
IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladder Troublos.
IK11DY
h*J>r\   I   L.IN   I   O     and Copyrights
��� obtiiuicd 111 all count ne-.
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney
lli oh 111 mil AltoniQ) and l,iif,-uicci
Itcioin !, I'an Held lllock, elianvilli si , ncai I'.O
VANCOUVER,   B    C.
A   postcud will seciuo uu ovLiiiiit(.i|i]ioint
incut tor those who cannot cull during tlio duy
S & CO.
Wholesale and .Retail -
....   Meat Merchants.
Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:
-s^^^Calgary, Alberta
SEE
Winy Chunk's neulv im-
ported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods.
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful     and     ornamental
articles:
Tea sei v ices
I'liiUs
11 e-ket-
( aue Ch ms
II indkcrehlcfs
Flower Pots
Umbrella Stands
Lunch Hi-kcts
Smoking lackeL-
SrlkGood-.
7
GOLD FISH
lincst slock of candies and fruit ill town.
Front Street, Revelstoke
WRAPPING  PAPER  AN'
PAPER BAGS.
The Kootenay Mail has been
appointed agent for one of
the largest Canadian Paper
Mills
Wrapping papers in rolls or
ll.it, and paper bags of all
weights and sizes supplied to
order punted or imprinted.
Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke. f������A  .1.  m^JmZmmtS  f '* j a '  1     ?������ . a  T I    .  -1     '        v,  "Vii. '/. '(���������  ft"*/,, *"���������  'i*.- . .. '  ,Kf.v ,        ,  "' ' 'When 'there arc: discords,  ,.~ etc., _it is very often  owing lo  ,,'poqr strings., Now we keep a  , f large supply of all  /< 'Miisieal' Instruments/  :;:,Stpipsjnd Fittings,  Asfe-Folios; etc., file.  ',r^i t''    '  ..  lc'sidcnt   denlisl,  --* K-J     ~ '  *'IP)'pu('live'fouL of, town  jusl  will  -) Si  V -t ^   *���������',  ^ I'D  t  ���������e? ���������  fc������s   ,  ,wll   P^     yl    S  Mijfr,    b  A,drdp a'.post 'card,and   wc  ,   give'it prompt'atteiuiqu.  '  aC=anada:drug  0D:BOOKCO.������ited  Pf-!.',      I    '        -"*    "'I' 0   f  '  ���������; REVELSTOKE, B.C.  LOCAL: & GENERAL  ��������� ' J;   MeMahoh" is   stalling   a   hl.iok-  -fcmith  shop   at  cornei "of  Boyle Ave  !"Spw=S'\ 'andiFiist'Sb. r ; 'A A    '  ������r 7 *   ?     I      *^, **   ' 1 -       . - , r  % \yy  y *-'   "'-v.'*5* ,E? Ihiigei   foinieil.s   fiiemun on   lho  i%iyy>;^yy??y 'Kc;'?-" lV-i1'ic.(J :it/ tl10'lo^pn-iiTir i-.tt.iC  ' *.' '\  vsf* .if .    '  'buraii,./-Huriie*'infoim&,us ho has not  bvb"eeii"appoirited"*locomotive'foveniun :tt  ^SK^^|^^^I'01SS,i*-t,1-?1f-^chint!ao,. l.inchci, was  'Sa*^r^^y?e'0^'"1^Opiirtsye*flciday on a chaigc  ���������'','-vi^r"^^lleM"cCc'"uiclty*'tVriniiii.ils bv.cli iv iiilc  BUSINESS LOCALS.  S(*c Bows' nssoi tnient of ebony X.11111&  lUCsClltS  Oidci youi linid coal fiom II N  Couisiei    ,  *  Japanese  otangos (50c a bov���������Macdonald .v. Monleitli  Di   \Y  .1    Cuny  Loughc id bloc k  Todiyon Vmas neckties just lccuived  at Macdonald A Monteitb '  Childions sleds all si/e* and shapes;  fiom 7.")c   up     .John Ifi   W.ud  Koi rialu ��������� V cook stove and riouienii  bciitui      Apply to I!   It  Campbell  Man*, st\lc*s in bindings of iioctsat  Hew*' di ug stoic*  Don't neglect sitting foi yonl photo  w bile Ti Human'- st udio   is open  Lewis Uio*. oll'ei a dcsiiable Olnis-  mas gift in the sli.uic of i policy in the  IOc* in la bio Life       ,'  Ould voui giocuiies fiom Bonnie  Bios. They gu nan tec Ian ' tieatiiienh,  pi om pi sen ice, fio-h good*  'Foi <-ale, cheap, sceon'd band 'base  bin ncr .coal slovre. Apply at Koon svv  M a 11.'olhce '  .1 (T Ullock,of the Colnn'ibi.r House,  Golden, aclvciti-cs foi' u ilining-ioom  gul. ���������  Fancy silk Ifiiiialko su>pcndc>isfat  Macdonald it Monleitli    .  Chocolates in fai't'V boves as high as  *M 00 bo\ nl Lews'    ' -     '  'i in vol lers v isitmg Kevelstoke will  liiid( the host accoinoclalion at the'  Conliiil Hotel, Abiahambon Bios o  'AMissW Lennox is now le.ulv to  leVeivc pupils on the piano Cillat  ���������Mis  M tcRiu> 's foi 11 ins  Spcci il.vuliio in pai loi  eb.iiis, fanev  tables, Ghinc'su cabinets, and   suit ible  Christmas picsents al It  llowson's  Ti iiciii m's ' Studio now open, ^it  while vou have Hie chanco Oui studio vv II be open-till .1 my  2nd  '.dutiful selection of X .ins 'en ids  1001 ���������Ciilcndais it Canada 'Or tn; ancl  Book Co   ������������������  'Cio' ro Macdonald & .Monteitb .foi  voui Xmas goods I'i ices ���������ivv"i,v clnwi*  .   A few 2l-inch'o\tia fine .lolls, lognl ii  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in the World.  M-iil us 15 Royal Ciown Soup  Wiappeis, and in ictiiin we  will mail a beautiful Pictuie  si/c 1C\20 , orfoi 25 Wrappois  1 \Viui choice of ovei 100 books ���������  Diop us ii post caul asking  foi 'i catalogue of pieiniums  to be bad KRKB loi ltoy.il  Ciown Soaji Wiappeib  Addiess  , The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C.        "- Limited.  ed tbe'  I   W  piece of  cl  ^^^^^^\e^^\rif^\\li\9,A lust cii-s   ,   ^^^StS^'S-workifen iish ip'bo.iu 11 f u 11 v n 11 u t eel, a nd  ..^gjg*Wg;S*^rr^'?tlip*������ ffl trnt incl....  \.,..h-oii t n I'ly  done at  |^B^^^^Mr.'j^&cMiilion's /? cstnbhslinicnt,   on  P,?^'*,-*|^#������^whicHritf]efIccts-i-tlic' highest   cicdil  |lffi'M^S^lh'iS\iSiglhliox-i,i8 'exoephrimillj bug,  li  our'^ttrpiirra'hge",to "h ive  theb picsent  ^trrrTStm^i^i^uphiiiiieili ilely oi get  or get*a?n'evv^n6^iTichii?Jijh use ''vei v  lie.lights oii-tH?.U.U-Jj^  .     'ifYjfy \ ?efl"ort-JnovhAVQ, t he  r&fS/i' :      c -Tuesday 7  -      i  ������.T."M. \V.{rd,'fqrmoily  of Kevelstoke  "'and brotheVof EjlS' W.aid, of .Molsons  ->PA,.-v,:-*yBa'nk- <vst.iQ������died' at   Xel*on    fiom  ^ "-t'''fvAv������j-jineuinpnisi.  'JbHe   was   foi moi Iv    ein-  01 ���������.,A""'V'^plo^'ed in H-'Xeinoii s -stoie   in   Kevel-  aS-CA'',  '^'|"^r"-stoke'in"1887, "and ,left  heie to make  t-'i.'- A" >.-->'!��������� .   i.:.-,.S-!.:.!*-v���������1'���������A"r,     ���������r   ��������� ,,,���������,, ���������,,.. i,���������  'fte.  his*home iinKelson,  of  which city he  vvastoneAp(-the' pioneeis     A .Nelson  V^.- rA'-niiiii saicl'ofriiiiii.      Tom   W.ud   wu-  p-MK-Ki'X'fyJb;pne>Cofv thcJ"trudsfc   Lionels   tint   ovei  ^r^-^-'^iX^A^Iivecl, andj-mb ;t)iu*- who   needed help  ^^--^s^'^^viuted IongVprift vvhenrhe knew of it  ( "\ _A."inari "named"J. Snipild'fiom Gom-  A 'jiplivTIwaiitcd -"to    birv tiriie.unis    at  *"���������-  J-  *^.������-jr  5   i   "  i? a-  ���������ft vt  i,: Bour'rieTBrlo-. Itoic hist night hjut  A  tVlIobsonlrefusceU to'siipply him  ns  he  y  was under tlio influence oi liquor    He  ��������� -"attackcd-'JIobson.^T.   Lewis   .ind  an-  ' other vvho cimc-to   his   ii"-ciio   .Aid  Foote went' for  Chief'Bain  who was  -   also assaulted  -when   auccting   him.  and the chief, had to knock him dovvn  ', vvith his baton.   ^Accused was leman-  ded bv R. Gordon J. P. till Monflav  pi icc,(50c , oui special pi ice 2s>c C  I)  Hume & Go       ' i"  TIk hi Loon lTot Spungs basjieen  opened and is, now leadj to .ipeomo-  cl ile visilois.  Fine* Limogc china plates foi.sale nt  .Bows' ch ug slote  ' Fin- i educed i 'A IL") 00.si ok* fiont  Wipi'unt*, St'ISO , ISaUcollaictlc* $17."),  1-2200 o.ipei mo," -fM R0 ���������C B Hume  A Co * -  .1. r.nnest ofl'cis foi salc'oi lent (he  Oiileiion Hotel at C.imboi ne ,-Th's is  i,Inst class hotel and ofleis a good  openi ng to an cnlci pi ising man  When vou conic to^icvelstoko,bail  the Gcnti.il ITotel^ bus to tako vou to  a   good   hotel       Abiah.inison ~   IBros  Pi ops B ,. t  v     i ,  t.o lo Macdonald A- Monleitli loi lhe  late"*! in necl-rwen���������the   'httidhnlmc '  SC.llJ ,v *��������� 1/  Vice* tobacco, this, smoking sets,  tobacco Hpoiichcsl the veij best' nt  Can.u! i Oi ug and.Bonk Cos  S McM.ibon will open a blacksmith  and wcccl-w i igbl shop at K Goidon's  block, Second sticot, loi the convenience of bis up-low n custonieis  II P Jones, foimcilv of Bos-laud,  bis Lilccn' L ��������� V Fict/'s biiildint,' on  Fust -lieet and will <( ii I an instil ince.  io.iI estate commission, and mining  biokeragc business In thecit}  F McC.utv has now a stock of  anthiacito coil liom the new coal  nunc-^pencil at Bind bj the O P K  ro-K-ttL ������ust-( lass qu.ility , und Mi. Me-  Caitv laTTkrh^-oidois toi      'iveiy  Fiesli Cut English iierrifd holly, cut  (lnweis and mistletoe  foi   hoTfiliTj-dcc-  oi.iiion     Oidei   c.nli     llenii s X n"^ *-,  se ies    md   Giocnboiise-,   Vancouvei,  B   ("  S McMalion has just leceived a  choice lot ot cutteis fiom the t.tctory  of   the   J     13    Aimstiontr   companv,  Social and Personal  L A Buck, C F., has come home  to spend Ghiistuias with his family  \V Hamilton, piopuctor of the Lui-  ileuu Hotel, al Coinapli\, spunt Fuday  in the city. ��������� i  Mi' and Mis G F Kistcen left  jcstciday foi then   now   home At Vi'n-  COUVC'l.  .1. 1*3 Gi ilhtb, gold coniniissionci, ol  Golden, was a guest this week ol Mi  and Mis T  Kilpatuck. A      '  Jt Tapping bus been 'seriously ill  vvith inllanimation of the lungs, hut is  now iccov oung '      r  ' Tho iegul.il .meeting of the Cily  Council to have been hold last night  I tpseel foi want of a qimiuin.  - It is now piuotioally assuicd tli.Vt ac  limb school will be stalled m the citv  in August, I'lincipal Millci cvpeeting  Lo'hive sullicient pupils advanced lo  lho High school Mage by lhat tunc.  G ,M 'Cl.uk- vvas consideiably hi uisecl  by'/illuig oil ii building at Kindt last  \\c*k and camo to bis* homo at Iibcvul-  slokc* to i cell poi .i to He has so im-  piovcd he is able to got about again  W A, Moms letuined to tbccilv  Thui ������d.iy . fi om a shooting .tup to  Gi.iud l^aiiie, and was ..cconipaniecl  b'ydi It McLean, who came to spend  Cbiistmas vv it li Mi and Mis Moms  and Miss McLean  News has  been   iccoivcd   that   Mis  Hall. mothoAof  Shei ill'   Hall of Van  co'ivci, and Miss Hall, 'of   Kevelstoke,  who lias been sciiousl} - ill at Toionlo,  is mipiov ing     fsheutl   ancl   Miss Hill  wenl. to Toionto la-t week .  ���������     '   i .  '   A Rudy of Old Age  Kevcils.lbe fact, that the blood is  usuall", ^thin and. licking m the  stienghlieiimg piopeitic& of }Oimg  ioll>'-> blood If you want to fill your  blood with the file of jouth, builcl up  youi stiength, lcstoicjoiu neivcs, just  use Fciio/onc Its the most potent  lonip known and will icnuvv the  llickeiing llanio of an aged lne bv  imp.il ting noui isbment to enfeebled  uigans Feno/.one toi tides weak systems, teeds the blood, bi.nn and neivcs  with new life' Tiv Jeuo/onc Pi ice  ���������IOc pci box   "        ,' i -*'  woik c.uly m   the spiing which   will  cost nbout $1000 00 pei 'mile.  Tins load will open coniniuiiicitici  with one, of the licbest gold and -ibc  lead chsti cts in the Kootenay , '.n  winch moie thiin 100 mincial claims  me tiibutaiy, some* of which nie nt  woik and will continue to vvoikult  winter! othei piopeities would also bu  oi the woiking list if the owneis  could see an outlet foi their oie  that a toad is much needed tlnoiu;h  llu- pait of the distuct is sliuutt bv  the uiiunmous vote of the pin-pec tois  who know the distuct a ,d lhe nob oie  in cvKlence-theie awaiting an outlet  lo I he sinelteis '  The next -Joint discussed vv is 'the  Bealon C.iiuhoiiie vvugon ioul which  bis been so much talked and wiitten  ibotit this siunniei and fall, Ih it p.n-  tionsoftbe load an* in bad couciii ion  goes w ithout saj ing. The old met hnd  of tilling bad holes ancl deep nits with  tiee tops and loolswus vet) tit'l.*, condemned Coid ii io} nig was accopnd  as the only 'possible way to make a  pcimancnt load on the clay Hats and  salt places g'cncially, whilst ditching  on the hilliide was'also leeonniicnded  and the tiees ovei hanging I ITc ioul  cut to lot in the sun." It was deudud  that $1000 00 bo asked foi, and cvety  cent of it will be needed.        '    6  The meet ing condemned Foibign ot  outside Inspectbis foi tbe dislsict, and  weio satislied that Home product  could be foiln J-good enough to cany  out any new woik ci lepaiis.  .,        ' Titvn.s  It was ngi-ocd that $2150.00 bo asked  lot and spent loi a tiimlc Inul up Mc-  Onug.il Cieek fiom Fish sKivei tiail-  in this cieek aie situated many valu-  'able claims, some of which have been  located 8 vcat's, this tiail is,-much  needed, and ,will give claim owneis  .ich nice lo open up pioinismg piopei-  uities $200 00 is asked to, ,ie*piu  nail on the west side of Fish Kivei,  on tins ti.nl no nione} bus been spent  loi je.us, it's inip.iss.iblu foi boi-cs  and all supplies have to be takun in on  mens hacks <��������� This ji should be  giantecl.     H .    , z  ^$10000 is also asked foi lepnison  the Pool Cieek Ti.nl, which is also  nec.cisuv as most of the In itlgcs vvcic  t.ikOu out by Hoods last suinii'ei J'he  li nf gcnoialli above Mohaw k0 Cabins  is m bad shape. v   ~ 1 -���������  Tbe govei mucin-' is also asked , to  coinplelcthe Beatucc ti.ul (this is gc -  ting to he a chestnut) but it's not a  joke b\ nny ino.iiib, this tiail nitist,bu  cauied out on the giade st.utcd on  Horn'-Camborne,' when it will bo most  useful foi all pmposes This ti.ul passes  thiough one of the most nu'ineious  -staked distt icts'in the camp, and in  the ne.u futuie will le heatci liom  We Can Still Finish  Photos for Xmas  It you sit  ut once.  REVELSTOKE STUDIO  Ovei the Kooti'n iv  M nl.  H.  Deer  W.   EDWARDS,  TAXIDERMIST.  Heads, '   Birds,   Animals  i    M'unted.  Revelstoke,  B. O.  The ��������� Revelstoke Business' College  Day and Evening Classes in the  Library Building.    <  '        '.       i     '      '  Pi.tclie.il     insii ncliiiu     is    givon 'in  Book-keeping, Commercial Arithmetic  Penmanship,  Correspondence,  Shorthand, Typewriting  and English;  and othei subjeds can be aiianged loi  VTOTILB is'lieii'by given that tlinlj days  J\ uftci' (lute I intend to upplj 'o the Chief  I oiniiiissioiiei of Lands und Works for u-pedal  license to eut riiul cm iy uwiii limbi'i fiom the  followiiiKdcnCilhcd lands,srtuulo about tluec  and one half  miles  moie  or  less sentlieust of  \l low head, H C . south side of iioilheiisl aim  of Upiici Anow lute, also known a- IHuid lluj  Coiniiiencing atn post malted "(illi) 11,' about  one und one hulf milo fioin Blind llnj, thence  not th hi) cliuiii-, tlienec west t>0 cluuiis, Ihcnce  south 80 chain-, thenee east bO cIuuiih to plnce  of commencement    i  .1. II. NELSON.  .Dated this J7th dnj of Novcnibci, 1SW1  e-N / - ' > ' ' '' ���������"<    ������&  Xmas Presents!  Now is the thin' lo pnuure r nice Xmas pi'e<*enl ami to uuvt ihedeiiiurid  we have placed in stock the famou- , , A  , ���������    ,' \ i  Pairpoint Quadruple Plate Silverware    , *;  f   beautifully ile-igiieil and guai.ini"'il noi   lo  tarnish.  ,, Coin'e eaily'ancl  lake your choifc ot lie se a-ih.-y .i .��������� g -ing f ist.    ^ , ,:. ���������'  <^* ' Besides Silvei'vvaie .we have Ki/.i'i-. Oliver*- 'i'id  Kuiv-esin cases.  ^< Forks, Spoon-, Lumps, yk itc*. Nickle Plate II -b ���������vvvvuie, and other  ^ smnller good- Be sine an.I examine oui -hovv wi nlovvs iind see if we  ~k    cannot satisfy vou. , - ' -   ,   '''       -   ,  ������3* " - ....  J     W:   M.   LAWRENCE  ���������j  KOR   HAUPWAItE  , OK ALL KINDS,.  NOTICE.  At tbe licencing nioetmg.it Halcyon,  on Tuesday, stiong complaints weie*  made of Sunday di inking at Coniapli x  and A now head CAT Newman .I P  said sti id, ohseivance ot the law  should not be expected^ m the West  The Bitlnioial license at Ferguson was  cancelled owing to complaints by  Police   .  CITY OF REVELSTOKE.  What is   Catarrh?  Jt is an inflammation ol the mucous  lining of the tluo.it, bronchial tubes  and nasal passages excited by genus  that can onlv be destro>ed bv flagrant  healing Cat nrho/one w Inch is bicath-  ccl dnect to tbe seat of tbe disease  and has nevei yet tailed to cure.  Pleasant to use. absolutely certain to  o"!������������,CatarrU&HJll������ always gives satisfaction -f suffered from rTSsid -C.lLirrfi  so b.idlv that I couldn't breathe  through my nostrils, writes G. K.  Wilmot of Menden I used Catarrho-  7one for i few minute- and was  Guelp'i No li noi cutteis have come J relieved It cured in a short time"  into the citv ind they arc* selling fast i So other remedy just'like Catauho-  Isce Macdonald it Monteitb s di-play f/one��������� its    the   test      Two   months  r      .      .    .* '      ,    ''i..,i������������������i    tllll      *--���������  .1    -, .r.   -T.r.  VOTERS' LIST, 1901.  c  The follouin^ ue I'ntilti d to he pl.iLcd on tin'  Vnteis' I,i-t Tin the fortlicoiiiiiii; .Municipal  election-  ��������� *  Owneis, of ro il est ite of the ussc-sod value  or nut le- 111.111,511X1 . '  l-tt'&idcut repre-eril itivi's (il dul^ authorised )  of incoiiior.iti'd compunros who are a���������e���������I'd  owner- of hind in impiou-incut- .  Holilei- nf ti ide lici'u-(-. ^     7. -  U���������u ..lioldor- \.ii������, lime p.od all tine- (not  chirgeabloon land) In the .Vlumcipilitv  Jlou-eholder-* and lie use holdcis mirst, in  DccombiT of l"V('H YI1VU make, and cause tn  be delivered lo the t itv I Icrl. the nece-sarv  stitutorv (ltd tr.ituin lhe forms for v\ Inch can  bi* obtained at this olhce lleini; on the last  li-t .loi'-not qualifv foi tin-one  If after lhe clo-m^ of tho  li-l, mv   poi-on-  hnd lhal ihurnuincs have been VV KOXOKULLV  oinuted, thev   must applv tn a nunji-trato or J  P , before such names tan be put on the li-t  The lislvviM be published Janii.uv Mh, 1901  II TLOVD,  (atj (Jlerl.  Di'cember lllt.Ii   J'Jdi '  To Onil Thiiibioiiisen, Theodoi Tollofi-cii und  Williiun Alhn oi nny per-on 01 pei sons Lo  whom thev muv liuvcassigned then interest  in Uio Valhalla gioup const-lint; ol Viking,  Valhalla, 0dm und Thoi nuiieiul claim- on  IJig cicel,, situ He on the wesl side of noilh  j.uni of U| pci Viiovv Luke, Laideuu Mining  Division West Koolenaj Dislnet, Hnti-li  Coltunbi i *��������� 'i  You aie heiebj notillcdiThut* I. the nuclei  signed, have expended for jou t he sum of 5sJ(l  iu lu'oi, niipi uv omeiits und iccoidingfi es upon  the -ind Viking, Vtilliiilln, Odin und Thoi Jltn  ei al cl inns, iindei the piovisionsol IhcMiticiiil  Act, and il within ninetv dajs fiom lhe date ol  lhis notice j on tail or lotusi* to eontiibuto the  aloicsuid sum, togcthei with all costs of ad vei  Using, join inh'icst in the snid nimeiul claims  will oecome'thc piopeitj of the undoisigned  undei section I of the Act entitled "An '.el to  Amend the .Mincial Act,,' 1!KX> ,  lliitcd this 2nd duy of Decern bei, 1901.  c . ,     H   a S'i'AUICKY  "Vf OTJCJ^ lshi'rebj given Hint thirtj Uuvsafler  jL\ diile 11 intend to npph to the I'lnof t'orn  mi^ioner of Lnnds find Vv'orkb foi n special  license to cut und cm rj nvvaj tnnboi from the  followingdcscnhcd lauds on the Vdiiuis itver,  Lillooet district  No 1 1,'ommenciug il u post m irl.i'd "H 11  Sutton's noi tlio,isl cornel," pl.irrlid on the  west bank of Vdmn- nvor, about lour miles  fiom Titni-'J'um lake, thence south 80 chains,  thence west BO'chuins, tlienec north HO chains,  thence east ill chains to plnce of commencement ,      *    -, ,  No I, Commencing at a post marked "H 11  .Sutton's southwest coiner," planted on the  west bunk of Vd.inis nvi-r, nbout V,i miles from  Turn Turn lake, thence o ist HI chains, tliuueo  noilh W) chains, thence* west HO chums, thence  south 8()ch.unb lo place ol commencement  Dated the Jltli (Inv or Soptember, l'KH  ���������j    ,   H   J5  SUTTON  >-<>b<K><><>SpP<)-6K>o-^-o<><><>o<>  * CRITICAL b  li'xamiiitition of Suits and Overcoats in on" slock always pleii-es  . u=���������.unci l.oely,bids (o please Ihe  other mil ti. l*\ishionuh[c goods,  puipeily cut, ptopeily lail(iied,.,J  propel Iy pii(ed��������� these thing- we  gum.mice you. Don't 'nulei'"'  youi _ clot lies ^tiiitil, you hiive ex-"  iiimned oui slock.       ' ���������  J. B. CRESSffiAN  1 \t   A   '  .AltT TAILOR.  ��������� Or<>0<KK><><H><>b-<>fi? <>^>0-0-CH>000-0-0-0-<5'  FUBNITUEil  '        '.,   " A"        - I   i \A   '    '*-''"''     v,t !"b  I'"or llie best and'iiiccst Xmas goods-call .'and 'fcc-'R/jH. -  Howson" &"ACoV' large''assortment  of fancy,/- Rockers,1"  Center  Tables,   Couches,  China Cabinets, '"Ladies Sec-"  'reiarys,- etc. .*       ' -   , < ���������'   " "'  R. HOWSON & CO.,  - - ��������� 4     *   ,.,'      -; '--'"  Undertakers.and"Enibdlmers."'      ,      *  Picture Erannng". -  WANTED  WJ  VN I'EU���������A gu 1 loi up-t.iiis woi k.  Vppl>   .).  G.   Olloek,  Columbia  iK.n-c, Unlclen.  ?ilk* J  '\>A  K������������*  |Yn''  Is,     y  i* S-   ^i  V<SV���������     >'>-  ;*-���������"  i - .>  *Vr  m  Ci'*-  - FOR A LADY  What bettor Xiiias present than a  travelling case iilled with all the iko  csarv todet articles. X\'e have ju-t  the right thing���������come and -co  v Perfumes toilet articlr*-, manicuie  goods���������everything suitable foi pics.'iit-  ���������bothfTor ladies and gentlemen  i Our new line of papetne<, have uevci  -  bf^ii surpassed  foi  quality or   beauty  , They range in price from 50c. Io.S.jOO  r Pitch.    Give  us a call before <-elt1lmg  ^that present __   v  '': BtB������  CROSS  .DRUG STORE.  ol fancj giocene-  and gents'fin nish  mgs ' .  If vou can t think what* to send to  join tt tends for Xmas Just diop into  the Canada Dtug and . Book Co ancl  see the beautilul selection ol fancy  goods ol ill kinds  Don't f"igct wo inuke loo  bindcis ancl envois loi all kind-of loose  **hic'rs, and loose -beets for any kind ot  covir We ire headrju u teis loi ever>-  thmg in a Ioo=e-lcal w"*iy.��������� Kootenay  j Mail ollice  Wc have a lew ladies coats -i/es .'18  -and 10, lovely black cloth, stv lishly  , i. ide, ' cull lai iil 100 Our -pcci.il  I price i*7"i0. C B I runic it Co  i Macdonald iC Montdth loi oiockeiv  1 and gl i--vv.ui-'  1 Members ol the p., id-toko Pbilai-  i inoiiic* .-ooicty and all intendiiig niem-  ibeis aie ie.|iie-teil to attend tin* lnut  lebcar-al of the opeia "'H M .-*. Pinu-  fdif' .at- the lesideneo of MiJ H A  Biow n on Tliiirj(l iy Jiiiiu ny 7tb 1001  at .*i p  m     (.'oino'A 11  I' (.', .-c j I lu*-, ie|iie-.-*nting the  Willi nn- Pi uio Comp my, was in Ihe  citv in Moiid.iv U bile licie be nifide  nl rangeiiiDnts with Lewis llio". to take  charge of the agencj for this district  and will at oner pl,i(.( on exhibition a  slot k ol hijli giade pianos  tieatment fl.00_, tr; il =i/e 25c  AUCTION SALE.  I am instructed to sell at public  auction the household furuitiiic etc' at  All G. F. Risteen at Lavviencc's old  stand McC.uty Block. For p.nlioulais  see hind bills. J. \V' Bennett Alio  tiuneci  VTOT10I* is Ik rebj given Hint thnlv dnjsafter  i\ (hue L iiili'inl lo .ippl) to the tlhief 1,'iini  nnssioner of Lands and Works for-a spi cial  license to cut .uiii cam awav timhi't fiom the  iollovving described lands on tin* Ad nils liver,  in Lillooet distuct        ^   ..,.  v       ^. .  No 1 Commencing at a j.'.sl marked ' 1Z V  Nolan's north wc-t coiner planted on the wost  bun!, of "Ad iin^"nvei ibout four mile-from  Turn Turn lake, thence south, 10.chains, thenco  east lljO chain-, thence north 10 chains, thenee  west IU) chains to place of commencement  No * Commencing at a post marked "J^ V  Nolan's -outh e i-t cornel," planted on the we-t  ban), ot Adam- nvei about fnur miles from  Tiim-Tum hike, thence north 80 chain-, thence  west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence  oast 80 chains to place of commencement '  Dated the 11th dav ol September, l'HH  i:   V  NOLVN   .  WE IiBAD.  ��������� "' It has become generally known that Wilson ' leads'in -fine  Tailoring.' Our New, York'training gives us the, know-how of  doing the work.".. ���������      ',    ���������      ,* J -   '    *v-     ,.-      /  See our display of Trouserinas for the trouse'rs-'season.. "  Our Fall.stock of eoods has arrived.  UNION. SHOP'  M.:.A.-W'iison',  u ' McKBNZIB A-VENUl?,.  Fashionable  Tailbr.- /  NEXT.TA'YLOR'BLOUK. ,,r,  v  K  ���������VfOTIGJ^ lsherebv givcnth it thnlv drrjsafter  J_\ date I intend to upplj to the Olnef Commissioner of Lands and VVoiks for u siiocial  license to cut and enrrj awaj timber from the  following described lands on the Adams river in  Lillooet district  No 1 Commencing at a post marked "J Al  Nolan's -ontli-vvo-t corner, planted on the west  bulk of Vd.mis rivet iboul ('Amle-liom Tuin-  Tum lake, therrce north II) chains, thence* oist  luOchnins, thence &outli 10 chains, thence west  1G0 chains to place of commencement  No I Commencing ut n post marked "J. M  Nolan's north-we-t corner,' planted on the west  bank of Vdanis river about i'A miles from I'niti  Turn lake, thence south (0 chains, thence c 1st  lnl)chain-, thence north 10 chains, thence west  IbO chains to place of commencement  Date'! the l.'.t*' (hiv of September, 1'XH  J   M   N0L nx  Just Received!  Son*    and   =wollen   joint^    sharp, j    Xwc.   uuisignments   ol   Anthi.itili*  shoonng   pains.      tottunng     mu-ele*. i Onal   liom  the new  C. P. J-t. niiiics at  no lest, no sli up���������that means rheu  mitisin It i-a -tubhotn dispa-e to  fi^ht, but .Chatnbei'I.nri's Pain Bahn  _ { has concpiereil it, tboiisands of lime.-.  c*af One applic.il kui give- r"hef. Ti y  it.    All cbuggist-- -*trll-. it.  CAMBORNE  Banff.  Get youi oidets in e.uly.  F McCAKl'V  For Sale or Rent.  R.-1' GLASS HO t'KL ro U.iuilioi ue,  J-! G. 'Ihe laigcst and onl> liisl-  cias- lioiise in town. Foi p.-iliculais  upplj lo Holi'l Ciiteiion, O.i iu bin ue,  li. G.  F  WAH CHONG  Has impoited a hist-cl.t-s  stock "tillable tor the  Cliil-lma- lividr*.  Silks, Silk Dresses, Toys,  Candies,  Fruits,  Crackers.  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  l  Sec  .1 ipanpsP and China Ware.  mv new store on Front  St.  J. A. BlCKff AM  p. d.���������Hav e you jtamplcd  -perilling?  lORNA.  the new  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures S.V3" Put In.  Second Street, Revelstoke  Kiorn Our Own ( oi respondent  'llie contractor0 [at the Oold-Finch  mine aie making good ptogress with  their contiact We wi-h them every  siiccpss and hope they will open out  lor*- nl the vol low mot i!  tipoi'gt* Johnson an'l Hei tor Prior  ai.' ciicirl.itnit? i petition in which  tbc'y .i*k the government to build a  vvngon mad liom the present io.k!  leirling to Bovd Creek a cliut!ince of  S miles  The doi elopement and ������������������topis in  both   lhe   Lia   and   Ovstei    Onti'iion  inines aie opening out A  I     'IbcOjs   !    ter nunc is itopmg l>> mck-1 rill-' and ,  w doing good  woik,    floth   mill-'   aie   .-,,    . r,,    .   , /-s       . .  .mining splendidly j Choice Christmas Goods at  Th ��������� OcIci-ipIIows held Uieirliist Pill j  in the MelJowell I fail list night. It  _w,ts wi 11 pali(nii������( (I fiom Tiout Like  ["' igiison,-Peaton and Comapliv The  hall Wii" ta-'tcfullv dccoiatcd, and cvciy  one piesent spoke ot the splendid tunc  they had  A public mri'tmg wus held lien  iici'iitl> to considei lhe .ippiopri.ilinns  ncctssaiy for this clistnct And the  it'solutioiH passed vvcic sent to Thos  'Jajlor Ksi| oui icpiusentiibivc nt Victoi ia for Ins LOiisidciittinn ancl guidance TIipic w'as a good .itlcnclitncc  about 10 being present I'lie lint  business biougbt forwuid was the extending of tho picsent wugon-ioad to  Iloyd Oieck us the petition m cii dilution priyed toi, a distiinco of 8 miles  The inectiii,^ endorsed the petition by  lulling the government to commence  \tOTICJ5 is hoicbv giveiith.il tliirtv d iv-ufter  J^ date I lnli'iici to apph to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands unci'Works for a special  Ircon*-!' to <ut and carrv awaj timbor fiom the  followurgde-cribi'd hind- on the Ad un-Kivcr,  Lillooet i)istrict  No 1 Coiinnenci'igiit a post in.u '.cd ' J3 H  Nolan's south west coruei \ planted on Ihe west  burl, of Adams river, ab'oul two null's fioin  Turn Turn lake, thence east 80 chains, thence  north Ml th un- thence we-t 80 chains, (hence  -outh 80 chains to place of commencement  No 1 ( oiiimiMiciiig.lt a po-t marked' J" H  Noi ill's south ea-t cornel." planted cm the west  bank nf Acl im'- river about two mile's from  Turn Turn like, (hi'iice west 80 chains thence  north 80 chains, theiiLi* oast 80 chains, thence  -outh 80 chains to place of coauneiicemeut  Bated the nth duj of bi*pti*inlii*i, l'KIS  J*   H   NOLVN  '  r -  : Jill  Sb   MoMbAiHOW  ' ' A ' ;, i ���������- ,  *"   ,'  ���������    *>'       "BlacKsmitti ,and     ^    ,.-   *  , l \ s       s   l -i  ' ' I  . I ���������    /  Wheelbif right,  -1  Will open next week_ in R. Gordon's Block, Second St^  A first-class assortment, of'cutters from the celebrated  factory of-J. B.   Armstrong ��������� and   Co.,   Guelph, just'  received and on sale.' " '" '  ,J  I VTOTICE is  hoieby given  that thnty duys1  '       I Al nflmi  ilnlii   I   nilnnil     tt\     iit\i\I\     11\    rli/t(!)iu*l  NOTICE is hcicbj   given  tli.it  tliulj   dajs | vy  altei diile 1 intend to iijidIv Ip the Chief    J>|    aftcl. ,i,Uu iinl������n,T to upplj to tho Cln'ol  ("onimissionci ol Lindsnnd Woikstot nspecial I coininissionei "   r  Horace  annin  om  .Smith's   Crackers  25c. to $1.75.  Chri.stm.ts Cigars at $i ,i  from  box.  NOTICE is lieri-ov gucn that (huts dajs after  date I intend to applv to the Chief Coin  inissioni'r of Lands and Works for n special  license to cut and carry'iiwaj timber from the  followingclc'scribecl hinds on the Adnins river,  Lillooet district  No 1 Comineiicing.it .1 |m-t marked "J* V  Tallihee's noctli-ttct corner ' planted on the  wost bulk ol Aclaiu- river, about V4 mile's fiom  Tuin Turn laki, Iheuee -outh 80 charu-, thenci*  1 list. 80 chain- tin nee north 80 chain-to place  of coriimericcmc nt  No i. Couiini'ncing at .1 post iiiaiki'd "J*. \  Fallible s north i.isl eoinei," plunti'd on the  we-t bank of Achims river, about V/2 miles fnini  Turn Turn hike, thence west 80 c h.un-, Ihonec  ���������loiith 80 chain-, thenci e i-t 80 chain-, thence  north 80 cliinii- to pluc of coinmeuci'iueut  jriil.'d tin- Tilli duv or.S.'ptomlii'r. I'KH  T. A   I'ALLIHI*"*  J. Guy  license to cut und ciiuj uwiij tinibt 1 fiom tho  following descubed lands on the Adunis lt'������'i:,  Lillooet J)i-tncti -���������' -..c-  No 1. "Coiniiiencuig acapost plunted on the  west bank of Adum* nvei at the toot of Turn  Tuin hike mid inuiked "Katliciino Nolan's  southwe-t coi nei post," thence 1101th 80 cliii'ns,  thenee'enst 80 chum-, thence south 8U chums,  tlienec west 80 chains to-place ol u .nuiicnce  llll'llt , ...  No I Commencing .it .1 post plunted on lhe  wet! bink ol Tiiiii-'liun lake nt the head or  Adams nvcr mid niiukctl "Knlheiine Nolan's  sourhenst coinei,"tliencenoijh siicliniiis.thence  west80clli)ins, tlionce south' 80chulns, thence  eaht sfl elmnis to place ot commencement.  Dated the Uth daj of beiitembei. UMJJ.  ��������� K. A Tl r KKi N K N OL A V.  VTOl ICH. is heiebj given Ihril' thrrly dujs  XS ultei date I niienil tu applj lo Ihe Chief  i.oiiimissionoi ol Lands und VV oiks loi a special  license 10 cut nnd can j aw uj tinibet liom llie  lollovviug dohciibed rands on the Adams Hi vei  in Lillooet lhstilet*,-       .  No. 1 Commencing .it..i post iimr ked "J. W.  J'"nllrhce's sonthe.ist eoinei,' plunted on the  westbiuikor Adunis nvei about seven miles  frorrr 'turn rum luUe, tlienec West 1IK) chains,  thence noitli III cliiuns,'thence'eust.l(jUchains,  thence south IU eliuuio to placoof commence-  mont ������ *  No. 2 Commoiicingat 11 post nun ked .1. VV.  t'".illihee's iioithvvcsc coiuii, planted on the  west bunk of Adunis nvei about scj\en miles  fiom 'I11111T11111 lake, tlienec urujt, l(i() cluuiis,  ihcnce south Jo chains, llicnce wesl HiU cluuiis,  I hence 1101 Hi 40 chains to place uC commence  meiiL. ���������        . *  llulcd the llllh duj of Sciitemhei. 11)01.  .1    VV. 1'"ALI.IIII'"I0.  JEWELRY  DIAMONDS  WATCHES  and a  compli te line  of the  GENUINE  Fresh Home-made Confectionery.  _^_  Kino Atjijoiliiiuiit of  Cbiiatiiuia (Jifta.  "1847  offers Bros."  Knives, Forks,  5poons, etc.  ' rirefull)  cunmlncd nin!  rly fitted to lhe best grade  VTOl'KI' ji) heiobj.given thai thu'ij dujs  1> unci (lute I lnlcnrl lo upplj 10 the Chid  uoinnilhs.oner o! Lunds uijd VV 01 k} loi-.it spcciul  license lo cut inul cm rj iivvuj tilubei fiom Hie  followingilc-eiibcd hiiicis 011 the Adnins nvei,  Lillooet distuct:   -    .  No. 1. Commencing at a post iniiiked ".I. (  Nolun's noiih-vvcifcoinui,' pluiiU'il on Uie  bunk of Adunis uver, about two inilea doun  fl pm 'Jiiiii-'i'uin hike, thence cunt'80 cliulrrs,  tlienec hoiith bO chimin, tlienec wcnt^l chains,  thence* uoith 80 cliuinii lu place ot commence  inent. *  No. '2 Commencing, nt 11 post marked "J; C.  Nolan s noi th cast coi net,' plumed on L|ie w'ect  baiik of Adams uvoi, nbout two miles dovvn  from Tuin-J urn lake*, thcuco west SO chums:  thence south 80 chimin, Ihcnce eiiht 60 chains,  thence norlll 80 cluiiiH to place ot commence  incut.  Uulcd the l.'ilh duj of Scpic-niboi, 1*XU  .1. U. NOLAN.  NOTICE.      '-  NCJTICI' is heiebj given Hint llnrtj dajs after  date J intend to upplj lo lhe Cluet lorriiius-  -innor or Lands unci Worics for a npcciul iicoriso  to cut und curry awaj,liiiilier Irom Die following  de-cribcd lands on tin1 Arrow Lukes, V\o-tKoot-  eriuv Ili-trret .  No. 1  Commencing nl 11 po-t pi inti'il on the south-  onstsrdi'of trie nortli oast arm of Upper Arrow  Like, about one mile west ol Deepwuter Landing, marked 'A L F Hall's -ou.tr) west corner  Iiost," thence eiist 8(1 cluuiis. tlience nortli 80  cluuiis, thence west hO chiiins, tin lice -outh 80  chums to iHiuit of commencement  .     No. 2  Commeucrrig ut ,1 |>ost planted on the southeast -idu of tno north-eust urin'ol tlpjier Arrow  Luke, about one mile west or Deopvvuter Lauding, marked '"A L F. Hall s nortii-west corner  IKisl," thence east 80 chains, ttienco south 80  eliiiins. tlienec we-t W chains, tnence north 80  chains to ixuutof commencement  A. L. F HALL.  Dated this 13th day uf December, l'J03.  ot Lands' nnd Woiki- lor, a  soeci"! hi"'-",lo cut und ciu 1 y awaj iiiubcr  riom the lollovvfriM'-esciibedliurclh, \it..-  No. 1. Commencing ut. 11 po.se (.hinted about  10 chains west of Ullvia Kobinson'.- ndilheicst  cciuer post on Canoo river, about ii miles from^  where ltempHes into the, Columbia nxu and  111,11 ked ".Ills Humous south west cornel post,"  thence cast80cluuiis, thenee north'80 chains,  Ihcnce west 8(1 cliiu is, ihcnce south'80 chains,  to point ol  cominenci mont. 1  No. '2. Commencing ut a post planted on the  west bank ot the Cuiitiubiu nvei at Hie* ii.outn  01 iVlalonej eicek and maiked 'Jus KtiMon's  noitheust comer post,' thence west 10chums,  memo south 100 chains, thence east 40 cliuins,  thence 1101 th lliOehiiins to place ol commencement.  .IAS. HUXTON.     "  Nov. 18th, I'KH  VfOTJl'Ji rs herein given Ih.itthirtj d.ijsnfter  X\ * date 1 intend ro applv to the CIucl ( 0111-  uiissioner of Lands aud VVoiks foraspicinl  license to cut nnd cnnv awav timber liom Llie  loll.ivv lug described lands on tlie Vilnius river,  Lillooet district .  Nu 1 Conitucncing ut a posl marked *'J I  Fnllihcc's south-west cornel post,' planted on  tin* west hank ol Adams uver, about 7 miles  liom Tuin-i'iitu lake, thence east 100 chains,  tlience ninth 10chains, tlience west IbO cbulus,  tnence south lu cluuiis to place of commence  incut  No 2 Coiiinicucing at 11 postmarked 'J 1  Fnllihcc's nortli e ist corner," plunted on me  vve-i bank of Vdams river, uboul 1 milo- from  Itim-Tiun lake, llieuco west led ctiiiius, tlience  soutli lu chains, thence east JtiO chain-, tlience  norm 10 cluuiis 10 plnce ol commencuuleni  iJ.ilnl the Kith dnj ol September, t'.KLi   -  J   1   J-ALL1HKE  NOl'lCl!" is heieby given Hut thntj dajs  attci date 1 intend to upplj to Hie Chief  1 oiiiinissioiici 01 Lauds una VVoiks roi a  spcciul license to cut and cuuj iivvuj timber  liom tin* following described lauds w/..  Nu 1. Commencing at u posr, plumed on thu  Ictluimkor Hie Colunibia 111 ei about 1-2 nines  Ociow isiuprise ruprds urul rrruiku 1 ' O. A. J01-  uan's noiliivvcrt cornel post," thence south Iu  clui'iis, tlience cast lOOcuams, theiueuorlli 40  chums, Ihcnce west Ion cluuiis tu place o( commencement.  No, 2. Commencing at a post planted un the  let!, mink of Hie Columbia rrvci auout 12 nilics  uelow biupiise ruiuds und luarKcil C A. Jor  dan-��������� soutnease coiuci po.-t,' thence nor Hi Jo  cliuinij, tlience west lb.) ctuuuri, tliiuce souili Ju  eliuius, tlience cast loo cluuiis to place 01 coin-  mcuccmciii. ^  Ci. A. JUKI) VV.  Nov. Iblh.ilW.'.  VICJI'ICJ: is heiebj given that Ihlitj dujs  IM ultel dale 1 lutciicl 10 apply tu llie Cluci  c oiiiiiiis.*'iu!ie! 01 Lrfiiidsuuil Vvoiknloi itspicinl  license to cutaiiUciuij uvwij timbci riorn the  colluwiug desciiucu lands on the Vaains nvei,  Lillooet district.  .No. 1, Commencing at a post muikcd *'L. C.  Nolan's noitli wcstcuinei, planted un tliu west  u.uik ol 'J'uinTuui lake ami at the Head of  A.iluins liver, thence cast so cliuins, therrce  south 80 chain-', ihcnce west 50 chui..s, tlience  north 8*.)chuii]o tu plucc ot coiiiiucuceuiciit.  No,-'. Comiiicncing ul a post 111,11 ked U C.  xNoIuii'd north e.ust coiner, piuiited uu Hie west  bunk of Tuur turn lake, and ut the head of  AUiuns nvei, therrce south 60 chains, uiciice  west sijcliains, thence noitli oo cliiiiiid, thencu  cast Ml ehanis' tu place ut commencement.  Luted this Uth duj or September, l-MS.  '   ���������  , Li. V. NOLAN.'  WANTED  rooms  1.4x40 leet, biut'iUle toV  to SiUbidd ii Field.  TO   RKNT-Tvvo  Lent  in   Taylor   block,   eucli  otllccs.    A pply  1  //  ^^^^TT������TV*(i������������>*lv**.'  * \irwi r--.~*-������������^*,'*^^k*#lw"1*)'f<" ������w   f

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