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Array f-ri*J j ?  ciajajiiias  V? ,*;  READ BY  5,500  ?'���������   BEC3 0MO*  ^TgiBAC&B?  #v  5,500;  i   i'  >v'  Vol. 11.���������No.   39  REVELSTOKE. B G, DECEMBER 24; 1904  $2.00 Per Tear.  i        . <-  *   * (1 'j  [A -  Ir*  ffi LEADING STORE  BUT WE ARE HERE  with a beautiful, selection of Xmas goods' for 'any of your  friends or relations and now is the time to do your selecting while the stock is complete. .The- following are a few  of the,lines.' -   ��������� ,  '; '"���������* ��������� .Belts "and Collars for vLadies'  . ���������  ' ���������  Our display of fancy ,,Uelts and  Collars is the .nicest we havo  yet shown, put up in separate boxos. '   .���������   ' '  1 , .    i l       .  ���������'*   '���������   Handkerchiefs' for Xmas Gifts /  ���������    -  , i " i - 'i?  Ladies Lace-edge with,-Lace insertion,'25c'to 50c, ',        i  Ladies White Lawn, Irish hemstitch, 5c to 25c. ;      ;"'',.  Ladies Fancy, Border, lace insertion, 30c to 50c' "       , A  Ladies Fancy Silk, with and, without initial1   ' ' '    v  Ladies White Linen,1 hemstitch, in beautiful, padded boxes'of half  I   '  dozen, from 60c to $3.00.    ���������   *     ^ ' '" A   ' ''*���������"'"  /    .'������������������    ' . > ���������   . ��������� a. Linens. ">',/'_  ; / )>,  J" ^ Towels/Napkin's, Table Cloths, Tray Cloths, Sideboard' Cloths],  Bleached  Damasks  and , Doylies. ��������� i-In these we have all the pretty  .designs in Teneiiffe and drawn work.    -������ ' <      ,    ���������"   ���������  ������.  -i ,        u -      .   i , -    . -     .    \A    " f     ���������  Wonderful Xmas Novelties of Beauty, and Useful-  - ~hess in Leather Goods.  - rXmas.Gifts.for Men-   -���������.���������-,���������:-,  Men's PlaiD and Fancy Silk Mufllers and Chest Protectoas."  ���������Men's Plain Linen  Hemstitched  Handkerchiefs,"half-dozen in box>  Men's beautiful Silk Ties in separate cartoons.   ���������  Men's Silk-and Satin'hand-embroidered Suspenders.  These are only a few 'of, the many ws can show you.'but any  one of the above given as^a gift is.reasonably sure of hitting the  mark, and we invite you all to corne and inspect our stock. , ���������', ";  '  New Idea*Patterns.  ��������� .   Dressmaking Department  W;-J. GEORGE  ' 7- '        Mckenzie avenue. -   . ,* ' ;  THE CLOSING YEAR.    r  A-Remarkable Record of Progress-Steady Growth of Towns  and Cities-Settlement Progressing,  ,   ", i Lumbering and Mining."  ��������� Mail--  fOrder��������� ;  "Dept  Gi8rHiilii������&&  ,   LIMITED. -  DEPARTMENT   STORE  " -Write  "    For  Samples  We take the plea-  sure of wishing  all our Friends a  Very Merry Xmas  and a Happy and  Prosperous New  Year.  IMPERIAL BANK! OP CANADA  Capital Authori-sod, ?4,000,000.   Capital Paid Up, $3 000000.    Host, J3,00O,000.  Head Office, Toronto, Ontario.  Hranchos iu tho Northwest Torritorios, Manitoba, Ontario and Quoboc.  Aud   tho following poiutn iu   British  Columbia:    Craubroolc. Goldou,  Nol-sou, Rovolatoko, Trout Lnko, Vancouver and Victoria.  t. B JUbbbitt, Prosident. D. R. WII.KIE, Vico-Proaidont and Qouornl Mauagor.  i K. Hay, Assistanf.Gouornl Mauagor.    W. Moffat, Chiof Inspector.  'levelstoke Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  ' SuvliiRS Doparlmout���������Doposita Rocolvod sod tutorost Allowod.  Drafts Hold avallablo iu all parta oflCiuiadu, Omtad States and Europe.  'Ipooial nttoiition given to colloctlona. .    A. E. Pinrrs, Manager.  wmmsmmmm������^  When one looks over the record of  the year's progress it 'is eminently  encouraging with its story of progress.  Settlement hus "gone ahead' steadily  and surely, the mineral industry is on  a better'basis than it lias ever been,  new lumber mills have been established and others are being built or promoted. Sett ement \vould',bergreatly  assisted by improved administration  both from Ottawa and'Victoria, ns  undor present conditions intending  sottlers experience great difficulty 'in  getting satisfactory .information i regarding crown lands. Fortunately  beveral of the largo estates are' being  opened for'settlement, especially in  tlie Okanngun Valloy, and there is a  great inrush of'people from the cast,  Manitoba and the ,'Northwest.' The  excellent article in another column by  Prof. Osborne" ^puts the position so  clearly and well wo need not discuss  further that phase of the question.  Sn*aJ](-intensive farming, and fruitgrowing create die best class of settlors  a country can have and British Columbia appears' destined ' to .-be a  second California,in this.respect: ������'  ' THE MINERAL INDUSTRY. *  fA year ago the mining industry was  in bad shape^y.irt'ical&Tly in Slocan,  but thaDks to' the assistance given by  the' dominion government in the  shape of-a bonus on lead," silver-lead  mining has revived and the low-  grade mines are doing well. , There  are large bodies of- zinc -ore in the  province and these. are now,tOt get an  equal chance with the silver lead  mines by the establishment of a zinc  Bmeltcron the Canadian side, Frank  having been chosen as the site of this  new feature of the mineral industry.  Coal mines are als>o 'being developed,'  the -property of the Diamond Coal  Company at Quilchena being one of  the most promising in the1 interior,  and encouraging prospects 'have been  discovered near Mara, where development is going on. "There are extensive'  coal and .mineral deposits in the  Similkameen; which will be developed  as soon as transportation can be provided. _'_,','���������. . ,' .,.  SOUTH-EAST KOOTENAY/ ,"  The biggest silver-lead'mine in'the  province is the St. Eugene, which produces more than half the lead output  of B.���������C. and was Bhut'down till a few  months'ago on account "of 'the ' low  price of leud. Now it is being operated extensively.  '���������     , ���������>        -<;  'Another 'property,- the Sullivan, ��������� is  said to have 400,000 tons of ore in  sight and a smelter is being built in  connection with the property.  The following Southeast Kootenay  mines have paid $1,490,947 in dividends up to date: Crow's Nest (coal)  $968,947 ; - North Star $312,000, St.  Eugene $210,000. - ���������   -,       v  Nickel and iron have also been  found in quantity and steps are being  taken for the development of the  deposits. ,i  NORTH-EAST'KOOTENAY. ���������  The banner mine of tliis section is  the Paradise above VVilmer, operated  by H. C. Hammond of Toronto and  R. R. Bruce.' Work is steadily progressing and a large quantity of ore  taken out, but the property is handicapped by lack of transportation,  though that is likely to be soon remedied by the building of the Golden-  Fort Steele railway, "the surveys for  which'are in hand.  The Laborers''Co-operative, are developing copper deposits on Canyon  creek and Ice river, and have built a  smelter at Golden.  There is an immense mineral wealth  in this section awaiting development  and transportation, the mountains  being full of good m neral prospects.  BIG BEND. , ^  Mica of excellent quality is found  in the pegmatite dyk%es which traverse the mountain range north of  Surprise Rapids for 150 miles north  to Tete Jaune <Cache, and the B. C.  Mica Company has at the latter place  a mine which is said to be one of the  best mica deposits in the world and is  only handicapped by transportation.  Numerous claims are located on the  mica deposits in the Big _Bend. The  value of this mica may be judged from  the fact that it paid to pack it out on  horses about 300 miles via Kamloops,  and the active development of these  deposits only awaits transportation.  An efYort is being made to provide,  this with the ai sistancc of the Dominion government, so that, in  addition to the steamer Revelstoke  now being run on the Columbia river  from Revelstoke to Death Rapids, another steamer may be put on above  theRapids thus giving, access to the  heait of the Big Bend  Placer mining operations are more  \hap usually active in the Be'nd. The  Revlatoke nnd McCulIough Creek  "Hydraulic are ready to start active  operations as - soon' as - spring opens.  The Camp Creek Hydraulic are  steadily developing their ground with  encouraging prospects, two new companies have been organised to operate  on French Creek. One is already at  work and latest news from there  states the gravel being worked on the  ground under A. E. Bradley's management, is turning out splendidly.  The other company will shortly start  work. In addition to "these H.  Howard continues to work the Chicago  Hydraulic.  Lode mining prospects in the Bend  are also looking up. The Prince Mining and Development Company has  developed  on   its  Standard property  one of the most promising bodies of  copper oro to be found in the country.  We have obtained an independent  assay of ore from the new strike This  assay was ,made''by Pellew-Harvey,  Bryant and Gilman, of Vancouver,  who give the returns:. Gold .06 ozs.  per ton, silver 1.4 oz., copper 25.10 per  cent,'or a total value at present price  of copper of $62.26 per ton. The ore  is therefore amongst the most valuable  copper ores discovered in" the 'province.' ��������� J ',  . i  Aii' export who , examined ( a , property on Carnes Creek found the  prospects so favorable that he has  recommended it bo taken up and 'expects the deal to' go through and work  to start there by spring. '        j,'  , t ' ROSSLAND. "������  ' A big amalgamation is proposed of  the "leading mines of Rossland and  experts .have- been at work valuing  the different properties.- Better news  comes from the Le Loi, where ore has  been found on the-1450 ft. level giving  values of,$25 per ton, of which $20 is  gold, /ihe,,War ,'Eagle and Centre  Star have produced to date ore valued  at $8,076,661. The War Eagle and  Centre Star built a large concentrator for handling their low grade, ores  but it will .require 'some additions to  adapt it'to "the peculiar ores of the  Rossland camp, and has been shut  down for the present.      , ' _~  Rossland employs over^ 1000 men in  thef mines and during.this year has  shipped over 300,000' tons,,of ore, the  output lately averaging over 6000 tons  a week. ��������� 'The Le RoWs the ' largest  shipper, with about 2,700( tuns, Centre  Star 1300 tons a week, the War Eagle  1,140 tons, the Jumbo 540 tons.  ' Rossland 'mines , have , 'paid the  following dividends:      " '  Le Roi $l,305,000,'War Eagle $545,-  250, Le'Roi No. 2 $316,800, Centre  Star $210,000. ''- } <  , ' ,1, ' ,t SlJOCAN.' ^ \ ,  -'Mr. Sharp, the' well-known .mining  engineer, says of the Slocan ; N';That  never since he left that'section, ,some  seven or eight years ago,- have things  looked so prosperous. Everywhere  are to be seen pack trains .taking supplies jnto the hills; everywhere'ore is  coming down for'shipment from the  mountains. '<Since',1895' the Slocan'  produced 198,207'tons of ore valued ut  $17,374*108, and averaged 100'..o/.s.  silver person. , ~.' A )''',- "  " Slocan minesjiave paid, the, following-dividends'.- - Payne $1,363,000,  SlocamStar $575,000, Idaho $400,000,  Reco $287,500, Rambler-Cariboo 230,-  000, Whitewater 209,500,, Ruth 165,-  000. -  NELSON.'    ���������  In the Ymir district active development is proceeding on several gold  properties. The Silver 'King paid  $220,000 in dividends in its' palmy  days, and the Ymir has distributed  $192,000 in dividends.  BOUNDARY.  ' The Boundary is doing so well the  Granby Smelter will add two nioio  furnaces. Ore shipments now; run up  to 19,000 tons' a week, the largest in  the history of the bection. ' The  Granby leads with over 11,000 tons of  ore a week from its'Phoenix mines,  the Mother Lode ships .nearly 4000  tons a week to its smelters at Greenwood, and the Brooklyn-Stemwinder  over 200 tons. The Granby Smelter  i treated about 600,000 tons of ore this  year. * The recent rise in the price of  copper is a fine filing for the Granby  Company as each cent per lb. rise  means an increase of $500 a day in,  the profits of the company. Granby  shares' recently rose from $3.50 to  $5.87J.  FISH CREEK.  There is no richer mineral section  in the province than Fish Creek, and  though that part has been dull during  the year we look for great things from  it in the near future. It is stated the  Goldfinch will be developed on a  large scale next spring. Tbe Oyster-  Criterion mill is to be enlarged to 20  stamps. The Eva is in better shape  than ever, aad work is briskly pio-  cecding there.' The Mammoth is  turning out well and a large amount  of ore is being got out for shipment  this winter.  A property that has come to the  front in a short time is the Silver  Dollar. A contract is in progress for  driving a long tunnel, a sawmill plant  has been put in and it is proposed to  install a compressor. A flume and  pipeline is to be put in to convey  water for power. Tlie work already  done has resulted in pro-.iug up a  large body of ore, from to five feet in  width, and of excellent grade. The  property is under bond to the  Elwood Tinworkers Gold Mining  Company of Elwood - Ia. This  company, whose financial affairs  are-looked afterby J. R. Bottorff of  Elwood, Iv.d.. has shown a determination to secure a first class property for  its shareholders, and has_ conducted_  its mining opeiations m "a." citiiuT,"  straightforward manner, such as ensures the confidence of the public and  (To bo Continued.)  ALBERT CANYON  Wedding Celebration.    ,  A very pretty,wcdding,bi>t,ween Miss  Anna Smith and Mr. Wesley Mc-  Clennan took place in the hall on the  20th. Rev. C. A. Procunier performed  the marriage ceremony. The hrido  and bridesmaid were very tastefully  dressed. Miss Alieo Smith acted as  bridesmaid and William ' Smith ( as'  best man. After, the ceremony they  adjourned''' to tho residence of 'the  bride's^parents and a sumptuous  luncheon waB served. Mr. aud Mrs.  McClcnnnn received a , great many  useful and handsome'presents. 'The  evening was celebrated with a dance  at which''friends from Rogers Pass,  Glacier, lllecilliwaet and. Revelstoke'  took purtf'and was 'unanimously do;  clared' the most enjoyable evening  ever spent at the^Canyon. ��������� The happy  couple ,loft for their new home at  Rogers Pass the following day.  nakusp;  The Sunday school Christmas tree  will be held on Saturday evening in  the Presbyterian church, and all expect, to have a merry time.  Mr. Billings, of the 'Yalc-Oolumbia'  Lumber Co., left Sunday for ,Ottawa  to-attend the lumbermen's deputation  to the government.  ,      ���������   A.   ., tt  L. J. Edwards 'has returned, to our  town and is acting in his former capacity as C. P. R. agent. Ilia many  friends were glad to welcome his  return.   - *  >, ' ' '   ' '  The .Yale-Columbia Lumber Co.'s  mill is running full time as yob.    ,-h-  Mr.������McKissock left for Portland,-  Ore , last week and,, intends to work  there for some time. ���������   .,       *       ''   ,  Miss Olive   Vaudcrburgh  is .'home  from  Vancouver   on   her   Christinas  holidays.'   -'        r-   ��������� ' * j1      ,     ,.*      ,  , The public school closed "on   Friday  for the holidays.  ' Ci .       ' , "  ."CHUTCHES.'  *���������'      - , *  Methodist���������Rev.C.'H.M.Sutherland  pastor. Services in harmony with the  Christmas spirit. Subject and special  music,'a m.,*"The Song . of the  Angels;" anthems, "Brightest and  Best,'/ McPhail; /'Hear My Prayer,"  Emerson! P. M.", subject '"The Light  of, tho World;" anthem, "Christians  Awake, Salute the' .Happy , Morn"  Maunder; quartet, "Protect Us Thro'  the Coming Night," . Cushman,. Ales'-  da'mes" BeW'and . Dent" and Mcs'sis.  Thomas and Allum ;' solo, "Down  Through the Ages," Case, Airs. Dent;  anthem,' To Deum in C*  St. Peters���������On Christmas ��������� day  there will be special celebiation of  Holy Communion at 8 and 11 a. m.;  and special music at the 11 a' m. and  7 p. m. services.     ������-     c *  St.' Andrews���������Alorning subject,  "The Prince of Peace" ; evening subject, "The Angels Song." Pastor's  Bibleclass at 2.30.- Bible rending Wednesday at 8 p. m.  St. Andrew's Sabbath School entertainment and Christmas tree will be  held in the church on Thursday evening 29th.       J j_  *      RAIL AND STEAMER.  J. Henderson, who was first officer  on the steamer Revelstoke last season,  has been appointed captain of the  Kokanee.  Alany railroads are planning to use  electric "instead of steam power on  their light suburban trains, but the  Great Northern and Northern Pacific  want to substitute electric motors foi  their heaviest freight engines.        '    >  The section of the C. P. R. between  Clanwilliam and Kamloops has been  almost entirely relaid with heav>  rails.     v  BANKING.  .The Imperial Bank of Canada has  now raised its rest or reserve fund to  $3,000,000, an amount equal to, its  paid up capital.  The bank circulation foi Octobet  last reached the unprecedented total  of $72,710,817, or $490,451 in excees of  the amount outstanding at tlie close  of last month. 'In October the increase was very large, being $8,-130,-  344, as against the increase in same  month 1903 of $6,739,341.  Moi8ons Bank are presenting their  customers with a nicely got up leal her  wallet for holding bills, checks, &c.  LUMBERING.  The Empiie'Lumber company have  shut down both their mills for winter  and also their logging' camps excepting the one near Wigwam.  Calgary is  lighting.  going in  for municipal  GENERAL NEWS.  13} tcirible Htorms on the Abl.iiilii*.  Now England and Canadian coasts  are strewn with wreckage.  Lawson, who is exposing~-Stnndard  Oil methods, states the Standard Oil  party tried to bribe a servant to put  poison in his coffee.  R. Graham, formerly of Camborne,  fell down a shaft at the Silver Cup  but was little hurt.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  Absolutely Harmless.  The fault of giving children medicine  containing injurious substances, is  sometimes more disastrous than the  discas*--' from which thoy are suffering.  ��������� Ever/ mother should know that  Chainberlain's Cough Remedy is perfectly safe for children to take. It  contains nothing harmful and for  coi ighb, colds and croup is unsurpassed.  Fqr sale by all druggists.  This Will Be a Record Christmas  Witn Us For  Fine  Goods  MEDITERRANEAN FRUITS  1904 CRoV  ' . I r "   I ' < "    "      '  5 Crown Cleaned Filch.i Currants in 1 lb packages,   '        _ "- -  5 Crown Cluster Raisiiu, Bleached Sultanas, Valentin, Raisins,  'cati'ls and Seeded luiains in 1,1b packages! >  ,Luyer Figs, Dates, Malaga Grapes, Shelled Valentia Almonds.  Stuffed Figs and Dates in 1 lb fancy .boxes.     ' ' ,    .  _  Shelled Walnuts, Sicily' Filberts, Grenoble  Walnuts, Brazils,  ,gona Almonds, Polished Pecans. " ���������  Crystali/.ed Fruits in 1 lb fancy cartoons.       ���������, fi    ���������    , \ < ���������  Candied Lemon, Orange and Citron'Peel,.  Naval Oranges.   ' - , ." '     ' /  Ben Davics and choicest vaueties of Apples.', '    ,'      \,  Mus-  Tarra-  .Cranberries,'Celery  and Ho1 tHouse Lettuce   ,  '       i     _��������� < i . '  ~���������"������������������-^���������������������������~~���������      , f. r ,  '      , <��������� j    j - '  All the Leading < Varieties of Christie, Brown & Co's a no   ,  ,    .    ' McCormack's FANCY BISCUITS.   - ~   '���������   -   .. .  ' -, ' j - I*    ���������, > *    -    , -  '.Cakes and Plum Puddings in 1 and 2 lb tins.. * . / ���������'   h -/>^/i  Wethey's Mince Meat in packages.    - "< ',.,''".-./  The  Followinq Delicacies Just To Hand for Xmas-Trade:"' -.  a . - ���������' ,   -     .'.y^ y-'y^K. ,>zi.  KJng. Oscar Sardtjrieif,  ���������I>\'-1C'  m$  ?,Choicest small fish, fine Olive oil, no.bonca or;8cal6H.\W~^&fi^#  lading varieties of WdinW.r.^^^-#|  Sportman, Alordaleb and other lead  Belland's Fish Balls,  5.K?  Splendid assortmei t of Robinson's'FancyvCandies, Creams, Ch ocolates'  and Bon-Bons'in 1 and 2'lb fancy boxes.'   "*,'���������' ."'      ;, ' jA,h  Consignments of Japanese Oranges'received daily.     ,      '*./ "    "T^'-  ' ���������    :   Fancy and Staple Groceries  Our stock is the most complete in the city and our prices attrac--^  tive. You like to deal at a Grocery House where goods look,nice ^  and clean; whercclerks are'polite and obliging; \.here deliveries are ..  made on time; above all, where you know you are getting the be"st on'  the market at the fairest of prices. That's the sort of 'house we keep. "^  Call and.be sure of it., Comp.ne our prices and exa'iA^ne the"quality,*,j  and vaticby of our goods.  H   * r'V''  -,, iJJfjffi&m  \- -'  ,1   '   '"���������'il  .Carrobs, etc  Special quotations in quantities  Agents for McCleary's Famous .Ranges^Stoves. '.Heaters,- etc)������j.  r   Leading lincb in Hardware, Crockery and Glassware. ^ '    -  ������ ,     1       1 <. *   1*  ..i*f"-l-i*l;M-yi.W  *vV."jf-t-->f,'������'l  F!T-  REFORM)  That Question  of Value.  Fit-Reform   emphasizes  the question of value".   It sells  to . men  who   know  quality,.,;  It's worn by men who recpg-^.  nize the value they get in it.  J T *-    - it ��������� I  ,* i A, ,-* t -vor'-B  - .-; -.x.'*n^*$&I  ifi.  wit ^   t.   '  We want you to see Fit-  Reform Suits and Overcoats.  Study them. They are worthy of critical inspection, even  if you are not ready to buy.  ���������%  Macdonald & Montieth, Revelstoke.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated bj- Act of Parliament, 183-i. '  HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL;  Wm. IMolson Macpuerson, Pres. S. H. Ewixg, Vice-Pres.  Ja.mks Elliot, General Manager.  Capita/ paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  Everything in  way of banking  business transacted without unnecessary delay. ' .....   ^  rates on Savings Ba  Revelstoke, B. C.  Interest credited twice n year at current rates on Savings Bank,' .  deposits.    W. H. PRATT, Manager, TITE KOOTMAY MAIL  She 1Rooteha\> fifoatl  l'URUSHED ' SATURDAY.   '  ��������� ' ���������AT���������  ,      REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  t  Subscription      , ���������       ' S2.00   Per    Annum  'ADVEKTISIXG     KATES     on     application  Changes in standing advertit-emenlR imibt  '      dc in by 9 a. m. Wcanorflny of ench'weok to  , t<'cnre gool di-rlny.   Standing advertising  matter will be changed twice a month without   extra    charge     ,Kor  moie  ficquouL  alteration'; the lime occupied  in nuking  same will be charged at usual rates.  JOB PRINTING promptly executed at reasonable rates., ��������� , '  TERMS���������Oteh.   Subscriptions payable in ad  'vaucc. < ���������' i ���������'  CORRESPONDENCE invited   on matters ol  public interest.   Communications lo Editor   mu-,t  be  accompanied   by   name   of  ��������� ,    writer, not nece������*nrilj for publication, but  ���������>"    a.-evidence or good fuith.   Correspondence  'should be brief,    t   '  We request our numerous readers to  ���������favop us with  tholr assistance in  making the KOOTENAY MAIL the  most valuable ad vertislnfi- medium  ,   In   tho, Kootenays by   giving-   tho  . preference    when   making-    pur-  ~ chases   to   those   firms   who - are  i reg-ular advertisers In  the KOOT  ENAY MAIL .  -  ileaHliountifiiUy'witli uh in (jiving  us the raw .material wherewith to  liuilll up a prosperous- uomniunitv.  All that is require*.! to do this is to  adapt our laws to the'necessities of  the times and thus inspire the confidence of capitalists to invest their  means in our mining and lumbering'industries.'  D  R. .JIOHHISOS,  n is nt r st.  Okkick :  OVER   HKWS   DRUG   STORK.  E  DWAIID A. HAG GEN,  Mining' Engineer,        ' .   '  (Mom. American  Institute Mining Engineer.)  a   (Mem, Canadian Mining Iiihtltuto.) .       -  ,'Revelstokk, B.'O.   ,  Examination of and, reporU on Mineral I'io-  ,', . ponies a Special!y.    ���������  Fr  TARVEY, McOARTBR        -     '  '   c ,     -   'AND PINKHAM,  i ,        i   ,  >  barristers, solicitors, etc      '  ��������� Offices :   Molsonb   Bank ,'Block,   Rkvkl-  i      ,      stokk, H. C. ,  Money to loan.     '    ���������  , Office-,: Revelstoke, B. Ci Kort Steele, II. C. ,  Geo. S. McCaktkk,    j, ji .   ,0**'  A.. M. l'lKKHAM,    < , .1. A. Hahvkv,  .    , \ RevolRtoko, B. C. Kort Steele,' 13. C.  JOHN ��������� MANNING   SCOTT.  ;<,l. L. B.   ,  B. A.'  ���������    i Barrister, Solicitor,''Etc.  '     \ -  First Street.     '     '   ^Revelstoke^B.U.  ���������XSbefoooteria-vflbail  THE S. AND 0. SISIIVJCIC. ���������  Not a tiny pusses that loud' complaints aro not heard at the in-  efiicient railway service meted out  to the Okanagan Valloy. ,,Picture  a passenger for (Vernon arriving at  Sicnmous on Fiiday and having to  lie over there till the following  Mondaj' heforoc getting a,train to  his. "destination'. , It is the same  with freight, express and nmil  matter. ' Even though the ngree-  nu-nt i by which iiii-- lira null "i-  operated may permit this un<l(."-ii--  alile state'of things, we think it is  poor'policy on-the part of. I he C. P.  II. tof deny that section the advantage of a daily ��������� train, more  especially'.bince the operating expenses would befoul insignificant,  if not entirely made lip, by the  increased,volume'of' trade and the  mail service. It is a fallacy to  suppose that this branch of railway  is run at a loss, the plain truth  being limit it is one of the, most  .valuable feeders for the main line  on ,lh'eir system. 'This is a question  of vital and paramount importance'  to the whole valley,"the 'business  interests of.this part of B. 0. demanding a resumption' of a daily  train'each way.- ,Jf this- be still  refused the matter i should he  placed before the Kail way Commission, which was formed to meet  such, cases -and- toy remedy such  grievances. , <*   '  lie owes to the country and tb'liim-  sclf, othurwii-o he will have to hear  the reproach and contumely of  having ended an othcrwif-e honorable political career branded as a  traitor to r his friends a tid former  as=oc'iafesj as well as to the cause  which he, for many years, represented with marked ability.  THE YUKON.  <l! (UNION1/  -^F^.  SATURDAY,   DECEMBER  2-t, 1904  We extend to. our?<"feaders the  compliments of. the season,,and  trust'that the' future may have  ' even better'things-m store for them  than they have experienced in-the  past.     " ���������,*'!-<'���������:-  -   -'      ��������� ' t  Christmas is the time  of  all the  'year/when-,a ^retrospect  'may be  matde of the ye?' that is just clob-  .iagfand   an estimate .formed of the  ; progress that has 'been made.    The  -���������illustrations  which we! publish in I basis of truth.  \ttiis< edition   telh more  than cold      Doubtless,   D.r.  ���������-'type of the great development takings place'in th'e^ interior of British  Columbia'and -of ;the attractions  which this" province offers to the  settler and the'manufacturer.  Indications point to a very undesirable state of 'things in the  Yukon Territory, which call for an  investigation, by the ' Minister of  the -.Interior. ,' Some time ago  Governor Congdon , resigned in  order,to run for the vacancy in the  House of Commons, and if report's  are .to be believed, he has been  acting1!n a most extraordinary and  high Handed' manner.  Political failing runs high up  north and it was thought that the  wild stories of political misdeeds  and. tyranny openly practised there  had little,or no'.foundation in fact.  But the result'of-the election, in  which the ex governor was baclly  worsted, seems to imply that the  charges so freely made rested ' on a  H?'  K."  The usual crop of petitions  against tie return of members at  the late election has been filed in  Manitoba, but none,- so far, in  Ontario or B. C. ��������� The law, in this  respect,-i<^ subject to great abuse  untLpauses needless annoyance and  expense to the member- 'whose  election is,protested. It is all right  where-.bribery or other, infractions  of the'-election act have beenjcom-  mitted, but it seems to be the  custom to-enter a charge against  the member elect, .when there is no  justification for so doing. The upshot generally is that a'saw-off is  arranged 'between the parties and  the cases withdrawn, and the probability .is, that the usual course will  be followed.now as in the past.  Thompson" the  member-elect, will'take action and  press the irregularities.'of government officials up'.there on, the  attention of the department, with  the view of obtaining redress from  the evils and disadvantages'under'  which the people in that northern  territory seem to labor. , The contest was not between the two  political parties, as many Liberals  seem to have voted against the ex  governor/ <?  in  . PUSHING THE���������.COUNTRY.  ' At the'.suggestio'n'of Mr. Whyte,  second vice-president of the 'C. P.'  R., .'we,shah publish a series of  articles descriptive of the. mineral,  lumbering -and    agricultural    re-  j������ePirrces of .North- Kootenay and  Yale. <, '.The first - of these article?  will appearjin next issue  in refe'r-  -encetq the Big Bend! _ Mr. W'hyte  interidi. using   thes.u' article? . to  - bring under the notice 'of   capii.il-  --ists,*investor?, and intending settlers the attractions and opportunities offerred by the section  of the  1 ',province'reierred to and we have  no doubt that through the influential effort.* of Mr. W'hyte good u.-e  will be made of the'information  thus furnished and which we &ha 11_  endeavor to make at reliable a?  possible.  A progressing: POLICY.  It is announced that, at tlie approaching se.-Mon of the local legi.--  lature, the government will introduce an important measure for  the development of British Columbia. Thi.������ i.- a live question and  one that has been too long delayed,  and we trust that it will be given the  prominent place in the legislation  of the session which its importance  demands. Though the province  has. of late, acquired considerable  prominence its valuable mineral  and ranching capabilities are still  but imperfectly understood. It is  now time that strenuous efforts be  made to bring B. C. more into  touch with the outside provincc-  and the world at large than ha<-  hitherto been the case, and it is to  be hoped that the contemplated  legislation will be of such a nature  as to largely increase our population and introduce capital and  energy in developing the resource.-  of the province.     Providence   has  HAS  THE   MIGHTY FALLEN ?  The truth in reference to Hon  Mr. Blaii's resignation of the  chairmanship of the'Railway Commission is being gradually unfolded  and the probable reasons for such  made more apparent. From what  has already been elucidated it  looks as if it was the outcome of a  conspiracy on tbe part of certain  prominent Conservatives, which it  was fondly hoped would culminate  in the defeat of the. Laurier administration, but the deep laid  plans were rendered abortive by  the secret leaking out before matters were fully matured.  Facts &re accumulating which go  lb show that David Uussell and his  associate.- negotiated for the purchase of several influential Lioeral  newspapers on the eve of the  election, and that this same gentleman induced Mr. Blair to resign at  that i critical .moment, with the  undeistanding that'be was to take  the stump in active opposition to  the government of which he had  formerly been an honored member.  W'e are not inclined to put implicit faith in the statement that  Mr. Blair was to receive a large  sum oi money in hand for doing  this-, foul it is undeniable that he  was promi.-ed and expected a  position of ?i)ine kind in the new  combination that would net him a  larger yearly income than lie  received at-* chairman of the commission. On account of the collapse of the scheme, this hau not  yet materialized, nor is its fulfillment likely to be realized.  In justice lo Mr. Blair we tnu-t  say that he baa given a general  denial to the charges made against  In in, font tlie general public wi Ii  refuH1 to exonerate him from blame  or suspicion until he takes them  into his confidence and gives a  satisfactory explanation of some  matters which, at present, appear  damaging to him as an honorable  public man.  A gentleman of his position and  influence cannot afford to rosl  under the imputations ascribed lo  him, and if he foe guiltless of the  deceit which he is said to have  practiced, or been privy to, it  .--houlrl not be difficult for him to  clear his skirts from all taint of  suspicion of having acted an tin-  worthy part.    Such an explanation  PREMIER WBRIDE  - ', Pays Visit to Vernon.    *  Hon. iMcBrido visited Vernon last  week. ''The le.ison of this unexpected  visit at this paitieular time is supposed  to be in 'connection with a suspicion  regarding the attitude of Price Ellison,  M L.A., t'lwaids the government. It  i>. an open secict ,that Mr. Ellison  regents lho cavalier-like manner in  which ho ha-.'lately been treated'by  the uiivcmmciit, and it, In not to be  wondoiOd at that he feel.*-., not only  displeased, but highly indignant nt  the slight put upon him,' It is known  that.theie bus bucn'agrowing coolness  between them'for some time, and this  was intensified by the action of the  government in awarding tlio contract*-  at the asylum tc outside paitics without consulting him or giving his local  supporters' a chance to compute  Several matter--, havo lately cropped  up which indioaio that local cons-erva-  tives are not as harmonious as was  their wont, and that a section of them  are seriously considering whether it  would not be to the intciesti of the  party in shelving, JIr.���������r Ellison and  nominating a new candidate foi'c tho  position.,' Rumour' says there aie  several aspirants to the iionor who will  make a big light for the coveted  position at the convention, but,  whether they succeed or not, we are  inclined tdi think that the picscnt  occupant of the seat will not permit  himself to be side-tracked " without  entering a vigoious protest,   ���������        ,  The l'lcniior was feted to his heart's  content. It i&.apparciit that thc'parfcy  is divided into two oi ,-inoie hostile  camps who have' little'love for each  other The executive, who had the  matter in, hand," invited only a few of  the chosen ones to the banquet in IiK  honor, and this-wns resented to siiqIi  a degree that something in the way of  pacification had to be done Jn oidei  to prevent the breach from becoming  wider, tho second division of the pany  held a similar'banquet the following  night. i ' ,     '  t      BIO-TABLEAUX.,  Return Visit to the Revelstoke  4: Opera,House. -  C'u       ,  ;', The London Bioscope .Company,  whose entertainments imrlor tlio, title  of "Livinjt'Canad.t" have earned 'such  a splendid icput.ition in this country,'  will shoitly reopen their attiaetion at  the opera house with an entiiely new  pibgianiiiic. That thcso^enteitain-  ments aie immensely popular is'cvi-  dciiscd by the l.ngc audiences' ' lut  continue to gather n't 'the Windsor  hall, iMontrc.il, where the company is  now playing. In addition'to a complete now'sciies of Canadian views  theie will be a numbci oi unique and  sensational pioductions, including  ���������'Man the Lifeboat,''' showing'eveiy  pha*-e of this gallant work, "\ Ti.ig-  cdy in Midair," ,i ��������� Ride on Top ol tho  Imperial Limited," "Dis-astei of tlie  Di-itis-h Subinaiine AI," genuine views  of tirnci.il Kuropatkin cliicctmji hi?  aimy in Manchuria, and a host oi  laughable Mtu.ition's and comic subjects. ���������Colored pictures will be a  specialty. ,  VTOTIOK IS IIKKWBV CilVKN lh.it tlni-ly  iN ilays iillprilmo'I intend lo apply Iodic  Chief ('uiiiiiiIviomT of Land-, nml Woi kn for a  -.pooinl Iuimim'lo <jiit, .mil chi rv ,iv,uy timliui  fiom llio rnllnuini*; du-cnlii'il liiml-. in till*  Kootcn.iy Distiiul:���������       o  ,     Nninlioi-Onc, '    ,  ConiinoiHinK 'it n po>l, planted about , a  quail';'- of a mile north of Downic Crock trail,  ,mil .itioul, four miles up fiom the Hi(,' Head  11,nl, mid mai l.-i'd "0. li., NiikIc'o soulhweht  miiii'i*", tlicnco noilh 10' oh,nu-.. theiiee cast  1(10 cliiun',. thence south III ih.ilns, thence wtst,  IM) chums lo inilinl pout.     ,  '    Number Two.      , ,  (JoinmenciuK "t a po-,1 plained on the north  hide of the how nic Creek trail, about three and  hall'miles up fiom the Hik Bend ti ail, and  ni.ii'kLil ."Ci. II Nafjlc's northwest corner",  (hence east &0(.h mis, I hence south SO chains  thence weftSOchains, thoneo north SO chains  Io initial posl.     ' , x  , Nuinboi Three.  ConimeneiiiKata post planlcil on the north  bank of Uowme Cirok, about two miles fiom  lho mouth, and marked "(3. H Na^Io'b -southeast cornel". thence north bo chains, thence  wcstSO chains, thence ������oulh Ml chains,  thence  easL 80 chains lo initial post  , luted tho SI h day of October  aiiclSI ���������  1!X)J. ,   .  G. II. NAOIjK..  . NOTICE."'  SIXTY days after date we tho underslKiicd  promoter-, intend making application to (he  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for  pei mission to clear .Salmon Cieckof obstructions and make improvements, for the purpose  of driving logs down said ereeit, buKliiniiiKiitii  point near outlet of Ai-mstroiii; Lake, It. C,  Ihcnee following Mild creek lo Its mouth wheie  it eiitei'siiorth east arm of Upper An o\v Lake.  OUIMSHY & MUHPHY.  Hated this L'lsl day Octubcr, IIXII.  llcaton, It. (;. " ,  SELKIRK   LODGE. NO  12. I. O. O. F.  Meets every Tuesday  '      Selkirk  ovenlng  Hall   'at  II. G. GOUGII, N.G.  in  8    o'clock,  VihltiiiB bretlu en cordially  invited  to at-  . tend.  J. MA1IUK. SKC  Kootenay Lodge No. ISA. F, & A.M.'  The regular 'meetings are held in tlio  Mafonic Temple,  Jdd fellows Hall, on  the third Monday in  each month "at 8  p.m. Visltingbrelh-  ren cordially welcomed.  PltOOUNlKlt. Skokrtary.  VTOTK'K IS HKIIHHY GIVKN that mdays  i> afterdate I Inlcud lo apply to the Chief  Cnuiiiiisslouei-of IjuuHand Works for pcrmii-  slmi lo purchasd -1&) acres of laud described as  follows:��������� '   ,  Commencing at a post planted on the east  shore of Upper An ow Lake about a quintd-of  mile north of Half Way Clock iicar St. Leon,  marked "W. (inwan s south-u est corner post,"  I hence east 10 chains, thence north 10 chains,  theiicu westaboul, bOch.iiiii* lo the east shore of  said lake, thence In a south easterly direction  following tho meaiidei-iugs of said Micro to Lho  point of commencement,. - ,  Dated (he 7th day of Nuvumlioi*. A. T). 1!XII.  ,\VM. GOWAN.  I3|al2,   , , '       ���������        *  MOTIUR IS IIKKKHY CIIVKN' that M days  '' artcr date I intend to apply lo the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Woiks for a  special license lo cut and carry away timber  fiom the, following desenbcd lands iu the  ICootcuay distnct:    "'  i    , Number Ore. a  Commencing al a post marked "M. Hyatt's  S. li corner post No. I,'.'and planted at a point  en the south bank ot Columbia, about nine  miles below Sin prise Kapids, thence; west Kill  chains, thence not 111 10 chains,' thence east, J00  chains, thenco south 10 chains to tlie place of  commencement..    ������������������      - ,  Number Two. ',  Commencing lit > post marked "AI. Hj'att's  N. E. coiner post No. 2," and planted beside  No 1 ,as abo\o dosciibcd, thence .south 100  chains, thenco wosl 10 chains, thonco north 1(!0  chains, thence east 10'chains lo the place of  commencement.  ,    Number Tin ce.   " "   '  Commencing at a jpo������t marked , "M.  Hyatt's N. Ii eoi nor post No..),',' and planted  half mile'west'fiom No. 2, thence south KM  chains, thenco west 10 chains, thonce north 100  chains, thence east 10 chains to place, of commencement,     ' ',_,'  Number I'*ourv. . '*',  CommciitiiiK.il a post n'miked ,"M. Hyatt's  N. li corner post No. I," and planted half mile  east fiom No. -J, thencei-outh 1(>0 chains, thence  west 10chains, thence noith 100chain,-), thence  east 10 chains to place ol commencement.  Number Knc.      ,-  Commencing nl a post maiked "M. Hjatt's  N. li cornel post No. ,5," and planted half nulo  cist from No. 1, thence 'south KXI chains,  (hence weot 10 chains,,thence noith 100chains  thence east 10 "chains to'place of commonce  menu ' * '  Dated Deo. 6th, 1001.  Jiljall. ������   ' -,  ' M. HYiTT.  C. Ji Wilkes  MACHINIST &  BLACKSMITH'.  LATJrE WORK A SPECIALTY  Jjicenscd Auctioneer for City  of Rcv'clbtoku.   '  $%������m.  m-AmAA^ExvAomtt^  yy: ���������&y������'$*;)WpA.O������B^ A-  MINNEAPOLIS  write rre7y^|k|iS a  ySHi:F*7 U-J  AINU UL. I   top priced   Aff 1/ ship y<\Gain  <W. A. McDonald  , PLASTERER &'BRICKLAYER  REVELSTOKE  Tlio only first-cliihs plitsterer ^in town.  Let me know your requirements.   A  Cm-loud of Liino'jtibt imported., A Cur-  loiul of Urick under order.  -X ������>-- ^kUUAU  *     J.    SAMSON.r   .  Painter, Papcrhangep, Signwi'iler  '    '   KALSOMINING, DONE.',   I  ' "Orders rcc-'ive prompt iittcntion.,  Second street,      -    'REVELSTOKE  An A-ri-iiAcnvi; Sion is a Duhinusb Puooucmi  J; R: Thornton  i   Painter, - Paporhang-er,  ,      and SIg-n Writer^  ,  "   ������ '  '    -'- SIGNS , A .SPECIALITY.  i ,        ADDRESS : P. O. ]'OX'2->2, or -i  SECOND ST.; Behind C. P.'R.. Shops.  j ' Ordors loft nt'J. W'BenuoU's will boTT~_  i :     ..i.i- promptly altondod lo.     '     ' ('   ���������  Halcyon Mot Springs  ���������'  , ' -Sanitarium.  PREMIER  HAULTAIN'S, OPINIO.'-'  Corporation of the City of Bevelstoke  VOTEfeDsftS  THE MEDICAL "WATERS of Hul-  i'eyon aie the most cuivitive in the  world. 'A'perfect, natuiiirreiiiedy for  .ill ��������� Nervous mid Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments  and 'Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure  for ."That, Tired Feeling." Speciul  rates on , all boats and 'trains. .'Two  mails arrive and depatt every day.  Telegraph communication with .all  parts ot the world. ; An experien'ci-d  tnassanger. '       ,c       .       '   ���������    ' ".  Haley oh.Hot Springs  >"-      ArroiuyLaKe. "B.C.  2 O O*--21 2    FIRST   JAVE:    NORTH  MINNESOTA:  Authentic ^Slaters"  There is-only one .;,  Slater,Shbe->, It is..  _ ��������� , ' ^ ���������*    ������     >y      f  J     r-t" r   . f^. r  btand'eWJwith   '  ,,J tliree(;,w;ordst i^.T,h e. Sl.a-t er i-v  in a slate'frame.1 -'  No "other^Hftc^byi anv.-3name  without-=the^A slate' irarne  is  Delighted with His New Scale  Williams Piano  Prominent men all over Canada are  ever ready to express their appreciation of Canadian productions. Here is  a letter recently recehe'l by theWil-;  liama Piano Co., of Oshawa, from  Premier Haultain, of the Northwest  Territories:  Dear Sirs,���������I am delighted with my  new piano (New Scale William',)  which arrived the other day. Itisa'--  good in quality-as it is handsome in  appearance, and has been very highly  Eraised  by   my  musical   friends  who  ave played it and heard it.  Yours faithfully,  y. W. G. Hvoi.tais'.  5-ole Local Agents: Lewi-   Uros ,'K*;v-  eli-toke, B. O.  Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy  the Best Made.  "In my opinion Cli.imberl iiu'-i  Cough Remedy ii tin* l������"*i mule fur  colds," -iiys Mr.i Corn \V.illti*r <if  Portervillc, C.iliforni.i There l* im  dulilit iiiiout its hoin^ tl'P l)("<t. No  other will cure a cold s*o (|iiii*kly. Nn  other i" "o sure .i [irevniitivf of piu-u-  monia. No other i-> -o pie ii.mt nnd  safe to tuke. Thc-c ,ire aimfj reHfuf  why it should It prefernd to ,un  other. The l.ict i^ lli.it few peojil--  are satiified with any other utter Imv-  iii}; once uvd this rctnerly Km- m.iIi  hy ,ill driiKsiiiti.  Vi-itors to Revelstoke will lind r n  their .idv.intiiiie to stop :it the Central  Hotel. Free litis to,md from rmliv.iy  stations to inoet nil trains.  The folIowniK.iie qualified to lie entered on  t ii- Votun' J.i-,1 foi lho election of Jl.iyoi anil  Aldei-mcn.  Any ni.ilo oi- feinnle, bohiB a Mrili-.li siibicct,  of the full .ijie of 21 j en*- .mil ������ ho i- :  I.���������The onnci-.orrc.il esl.ilo in lho City of  I In* .u-v-es-ed i.iliic or iiol lc���������llian one himclicil  dollars j. ,  -���������The icsidi'ia .uilhoii/ed lepi-eienlatiM' or  ��������� in intoi-|)oi.it( ilCoinp.uiy.w Inch is I ho assessed  minor of lands oi- iiii|>iiAcmcnts in the  ni'inicipalit)  :: -The holder of,i tiade In nisi', the annual  Ti'i' of ������ lueii is not less lli.ni S."i.00.  I ���������V Iioii-cli il lui (payini; i\i'ai'ly iunt.il of  nntl-'ss ili.in *(,ii(Ki| who h ls pud allinunioip il  rati-.ia\es, eic Iwliuh .ne   not   oliaiffeable  0 lands)  Hoii-i-lioldeisand u.ulu lieciee  holders,  lit  fin.* hi'tiii;   p a, i d   on   Hie   Volei-s' Lisl,.'iniist.  dining'the   in li   of   Dicembut.   make  and  iti liver to tin I'ilj luiL ihe ni ee-s uj sl.u utoi ,\  ,u < I.initiull- roniisuf nhiuli can bo obi.unci  .LlClic Cilj Hall.  ,'i'sirient piiipcrt*, owners bavin., pi open}  iu more ili.in one Ward nuisr be pl.ici d on the  li-t_in the Ward in ulneli t hey reside.  Non-rc-iiliMit propcity uiMieit h.i\ing ))inp-  eny in more than one U'ard must be placed en  1 In- list in Uie Want in ivhioh they have Ihe  hi.--Iic.-l il--( ���������mem.  I he li-t will elo-e January "iiii, lilO'i.,  K. KLUYII,  City Cleik.  D.ccnibcr&tli���������I9GI.  iVi!:il  LEARN SHORTHAND- AT, HOME  by "correspondence.   10 weekly lessons'  ,1**     ������   ������ r       ,        i I . i - J   ,-,  |,      'V    '  will make yqu perfect. . i '    t ,   *  :;,? OBTAIN IH1GHI511 SAlJAItViji...  I l      ~ T .  ��������� Shoi'tliitntl isnowiidays indispenbible  to, everybody. i "Utilize 'spare''[ time.  Very moclci-iite fee. We procuipjiosi-  tions.    Write for fice booklet.     ,      j  CliNTltAL CoitUKSI'ONDI'NCH COLLEGE, 1  " , 215, Temple Chambers,  Temple Avenue, London, E.C.  W'r nre nceniiii} Weekly Shipments o!  Choice DAIRY Butter  in Small Tubs ���������  .lii-tthe lIiiiik Tor Runily L'se.  GROCERIES  t)nr ritr-ck of Fn*hh  Kruit.s is (Omplete  in f j very line.   Cull .md   exiimine.  I'lir e- anil r|Utility to suit nil.  Bakers^.Confectioners  BOYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in the World  Mnil us In Royiil Orowri Soup  Wi.ippcr.s, and in return ne  will mail a henutifiil I'ir'tnrc  si/.o 10x20 ; or for 2.0 Wnipper.s  your choice of over 1<K> hooks.  Drop us fi post nird iiskin,"  for <i ciitn Iokiic of premiums  to he hud KRUK foi Roval' '  Crown Soap Wi uppers. I  Address \  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. Limited.  Would ii0kue to Become  A IFi^b Priced .Su-no^iMphcr?  A .Successful Kruii Crr-wc-r.-'  An Expert Correspondent?  A Practical Prospector?  A Scientific farmer ?  A Hook Keeper?   -  An'Aci. 'vVrtfer?  A-, journalist ?  ,\V'o   have  ccnir.-if.-i   in   over   100  di Terent  sulijucts.    Our  <*our������p   h  !���������<���������'signified hy   leading   ednciitor.-..  Write to  Tli'c Cniiadinn Corrcspoiulciicc College, Ltd.  f riinilllil, Out,,  ,   or to  (.'JII2 K/\MI.<l((l'S (1KNKIIAI,AUKNC'Y  Kauiloo|ja, li, C.  $4.00 a  -$5.00-'  ' frf*  0:-B-HUM-Br& -Co.;- Agents-Revelstoke?  It should be borne In mind that  every cold weakens the lungs, low-  " ers the vitality and prepares the  , system for the more serious diseases, among which are the two  greatest destroyers of human life,  pneumonia and consumption. .'  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy :  has,won its great popularity by Its'' |  ~- prompt cures of this most common  ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves the lungs and opens the  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent cure. It counteracts  any tendency toward pneumonia.  Price 25c, Large Size 5<>c.  * A call on the Revelstoke Wine and Spirit1 Com-"-  pany_ will convince. ,the - most- sceptical -that an1 assort-.  menl of our choice Wines', Liquors'' and Cigarsis' necessary   to   complete   the requirements  for the festive  seastfn.    . '   , '* .  u.    *   PROMPT DELIVERY,   .  Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Company Limited  CAMPBELL AVENUE.  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ; , , ably furnished with the choicest the market  , affords.,' ,Best  Wines,  Liquors, & Cigars.'.  0Rates $t a day.,, Monthly rate. ,      ---.    -  N  ������ J  1   A  i  ���������1  i  r-  $*J  *]  #*3  J".  C  And we lire ready for tlio trade. Everything in connection with  this hou-c is lir'st class. Our selection of Woollens is the best.  Wc cut every garment with a perfect style and lit, and thework-  manbliip gives it 11 beautifulifinish, a joy to the customer.  v 1 *,    1  DON  ; -y MARRY. DOCTOR or clos  ,p,nr, "Don't do a thing"  till joii "-oo clonrlr wliut.������.  bosl by aid of Flashlights  on Human Nature, on health, disoaso, lovo,  inarriago and pnrontiiKQ. Tolls what you'd ask  n doctor, but don't lilto to. 210 pages, illiistrat-'  orl, 2*icnnt*i; but to introduce) it wo scud ono  only to any adult tor postaiio. 10 cnnls M.  HILL PUB. CO., 129East 28th Stroot, Now  York.  r  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  Royal Mall Linos.  Chcapont Routo to tho Old Country.  AM.A.N IJNK-K10111 HI. .I0I111.  lonlun       Inn, 2  I'luionlnii  Inn.   !l  '*oi-iiitlu.ui   Ian. Hi  I'.irlnlnn    Inn. 2,1  Slflllim    ...  Inn. .'Ill  f'A.V. I'AC. ATLANTICa. H.���������Krom St. John  |jlk(!('haiil|)lalii Ian, II  Uiki'Krln        Inn. 28  Ijikij Manitoba Ki'li. II  AMKIIKJA.V I.INK-KroinKow Vork.  I'lill.ulflpliln Ian.   7  '/'cl.iiirl....,, Inn. II  N<;w Vork .,' Jim. 21  8t. I>jiiIk Jan. .28  WIirCK UTAH IJNK-Krom Now York.  C'C.irlo ,    .", ��������� Inn.   I  Teutonic , ., Jan, 11  (���������UtfAItr* UNK-Krom Now York.  Ivoniii*.       f-lii.   7  Lncaiila      .,,., Inn. II  (j'mhrlu Ian, 21  CriniprLiilfi , ..  Jan. 2U  I'.triffiiKcr-i llckcli'il IhrotiKli to all p.irlo ol  rircat lirltiilu and Ireland, mid at Mpijclally low  rnlMlo all parlH ol tlio Kiiroponn coiiUm.'iit.  Applj loiniM-cit. niilwny orHloanirihipiiKCiitor  lo  T.   W. BRADSHAW. Agont.  Rovolstoko  W. P. F   CUIWMINOS.    Paoinc   AKOnt  THE'TAILOR  Mckenzie avenue,  NEX.T TAYLOR BLOCK.  FRESH DAIRY  Wc will ship Fresh Dairy Butter in Tubs or  ^.^ ���������-"   ���������    ���������    .   Bricks   for  Brick for Sale.  The undersigned have just burned a  kiln of 500,000 brick, of first class  <|inilily. For price mid information  upply to 0. li. Hunio & Co.  ���������'<���������  And Prepay Freight on ioolb orders.  Cash must be sent with orders.  EH  , GEN������RAL'.MERCHANT,  MORNINGSIDE. Alta.  A ( l'
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Another Carload of.Furniture just arrived,,*,.Carpets,-Linoleums. '
,    Oilcloths, etc.    ScwiiiR Machines,' Heiiitziiiim Pianos.-r-n    ,1
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A ���*GOODINGA& ORCHARD,'Tavlor Block,* McKenzie'-Avi:/  ���
Ren,s 4 Collected
Box      "
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"the only
AAccldent Insurance.',-���
"' h Employment & pMI,ooll ��� 'Phone
!i Information      DUlGdU., No.42.
E.-M. AL'LI^fi
Hm. ple.isuiu in informing hi3 oiutoinom thnt In. hivi' now  oponod   liis
,; McKENZIE AVE., (Nelt^iiiperial Barikj
ThliStore is Fitted in nn Up-to Dnto miniiar witli t'l'ctiiro/.iiul Slioiv:<iscd r-
- ,of the moat Approved de��ign.   Our goods are well selected nnd  wo 'invito / ,
.7j.s,iirspopti6ii.^jCu'tiGlass,,;'iGold-Headed  Giliu^  GjId-.Mdiuiloii jUmbroll.vs,*
���3   J Ai Splendid -Line  of   Bracelets,   Silver  Sets, ,-C.irviiigi. Sets,  Fish' Sets.
*] ;: A.   ���  . '" ���'' " * ('{Remember the best place to select -" - ���'     ,  *.,
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A large .variety-of, handyr-and-useful'.presents:    Come ,'
in and buy linbby. a  SET OF CARVERS...   He 'can't,
wear them iriMiis necktie,'but he can make a good iob
of the TURKEY.        . -,   .-' "   .
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.Pocket Knives, Cruett Stands;��Silver-
-�� .   . --,-,...- 'ware.-Nickel'Pla't'ed "Hoflbware.
W. M. ?L^WRENqE,^ReVelst6ke
i,Agenfc:-TiriDEN-GURNEY-6o,' Hamilton:   "      "'
Its Settlement arid Resources.
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This propei ty tt-.i-j sold over a year
ago by R. Swift tu ' J.niies I3iioh.in.ti,,
of ,Lavington Park, Sussev, England,
and the management was iiniiiedi��tely
taken '-over ;by J as. T. J3m"dolpli", his
stepson. It has the reputation!of being one of the finest properties in the
Okanagan Valley and consists of U7G
acies,1 the sale including all the stock
and'implements; then , on the place'.
Since then a "number of pure bred
Jerseys and about 50 Shiopshire sheep
have been added to the h-id. Theie
are GOO acres under cultivation, 100
lieavily'<tirnbered and 276 range. On
the ranch theie are two orchards, one
of J00 trees which are' just bearing
and another of,800 trees'.,plan ted last
spring,' which are apparently 'getting
the gieatest-care, i*, In -addition 'to
apples theie are about 100,plum trees
which swere set out,'last" year.*-. The
varieties of apples planted consist of
Ontario, Northern Spy.''-���Jonathan,
King and red cheeked Pippins. In
pears- the Winter Ne'lis'and Rueire'
Clairgeau,* have been .selected, while
tho plums are Brads'haw -and' Pond's
seedling. hi, fiont of the-dwelling
house are 'some' libi'icli,, trees which,
though recently'",planted; are* doing
exceedingly well, proving that this
part'.of 'the valley is ' well * adapted tof
fruit growing. We must not omic to
mention that Mr. Bardolph'also glow's
currants'find'raspberries. .. ,. , ' '
rtJI-Tast winter 4.00,000 fee't of logs,were
takp'n fiom the busli'vland ,on the
property winch1/ weie . sawn 'by Mrs.
Greenhow'sf portabIe'"-saw:.mill!i ''It.
may not be out of place to state hoie'
that the siiwniill'clid goodr.and prompt
work, cutting on an average .over
11,500 ft. per'day. The' linnber,' we
iiretolcl, was of the firsfquahty. -. - , .
' Mr Baidolph fsis ah .'authority on
pure bred stoclfliiiving, had,,extensive'
ranching experience oil' some' of the
largest cattle farms im,"the!'Argentine,
as well as on some of the, best htud
farms hi'England. D'-He ^lias"'son)ebf
the best fen ins of horses, to be found
in the district, and--the'-four---horse
teams are always conspicuous by their
big loads.,:"i>HeJ'has' '16->|\vorlc*liorse1&
besides dri\ers, and those kept, for
saddle use.   , . ' __;,
In cattle there: are ^one or two
milch'cows7of "Alderney*strain,-but''we
regfet'to say-the-riinoh had > the'misfortune to lose a pure-bred one some
time,, ago., '.This, cow produced /an
average ;of, jl6 ilkfe.-i of butter for 16
weeks',in^successioh last-summer. The
herd includes thrector,,four well bred
Shorthorns,'a lot of calves and some
very*.nice~fHerefords.C! "111'. / Bafdohjli'
tells us' that these -last-'name'd 'cattle
fire the cheapest range cattle, to keep
as they "do'>,onjfart-,less than other
breeds' This,'h'e
to tbe old country,
tine, as well as to^
"Orangeman",  is   a
trict, a's a local mining market alwaye
makes good prices.
We note that part of the property
is for sale and intending bottlers
would do'well to see for themselves
and investigate. The land has always
given a good account of itself, and the
lan- h iis-lf is well worthy of a visit.
Since ".is at rival in the'/ district,
Mr Bardiilph bus made many friends,
and takes an active inteieot in eveiy
movement cal-'iliited to. advance the
agricultural interest <if the Okanagan
Valley. He is a diiedor of the
Okanagan Farmer's Institute and the
Spallumcheen Agricultural Society,
and takes pride in doing all he can.
both by piecept, and example,, to advance the inteiests of those amongst
whom he has cast his lot.
3010 Wi'stiiiiiistei, !{���-.ill
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The Japs After Russian
100,000 Bulbs
Jn stock  from   Holland, Fiance
'' Japan.
Thousands of Fruit and
Ornamental Trees I
Rhbdodendrons,/Eoses, ,
Greenhouse and Hardy Plants
, for fall [limiting.
" Homo-Grown and Imported  '
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds
nl ways <in'f>rock in. scum m. .
Bee Hives and, Supplies.
Raises   an
,   Army.'
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London, Deo. 21,���A powerful Japanese squadron ol 'battleships and
armored cruiseis is proceeding south,
accompanied by colliers and transports, to attack the Russian second
Pacific squadron. .'     '     , i>,
,., St. Peteroburg, Dec. 21.���Mobilization of the.reservcs has been announced in seven military districts. This is
tlie third'iind*most extensive mobilization of the war, ^md'will add about
200,000 men to the-army in the far
east. It will bring Gen.,Kuropatkin's
effective force, loughlw1 estimated, to
680,000. '      " '
Cured ^ His
Greenhouse full of
Plants, Cut Floweis,
Work.     f/   ���
Catalogue free, or call and exiiniine ,
1        i stuck,    ,
' Tlio von l.ito-sl in Din 1111;room Furnishim?--;
WITCH   G^^."CTLI3iR,03SrS
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iu .le.i i Ul.ick finish, .i>2 50 each; with Copper bands, $3.50 each.
Macbeth" Cauldron*. $1=75 eacn," "JS'elson" Cauldrons, $6.00 each.
For Your Drawing Room
Witch Cauldions in all br.i��s or copper aie \ory pleasing., .$12 each.
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We always'have a Choice Selection in'Hearth Furnishings1
y    Illustration-, mailed frco.        / Correajwudonco **oHcicod.
Ganong's^ .Celebratedi 1G0 B. cGtocdlatcs
in elegant Fancy Boxes.    t
". See the"Display-; at-C.' B.-"Hume"& Co's,
.-���and' buy a    >        > ' -
���   that is always welcomed, with a smile of satisfaction.'
has been appointed a^ent for tbe Fan-child Co. of Winnipeg, thp*John
Deere Plow Company, the Moline Whkoii Company, and the,Canada'
: Carriage Company of Crockville, and will carry full stocks of cutters, ,
< wagons,  plows,' carriage furnishings and agricultural implements of
all kinds.
���'    Orders placed with him will be filled with the  best class of mnnii-
factmes in the market.
���fc Co
��f i,��,
,j V'-..
of all kinds at reasiiuabk'
opt, delivery guai-aulci'd.
i ab Jjiiwrence's Hardware
,     F. .IULIAN,'    ,
jely'Creek Luuibbr Mill,"
���VrOTrtyli is lioriibj kuoii Hint, .'10 diijs-aftor
1A( ilaln, I inloiicl Ui iipply to tlio Hnnnrnblo
Hill Clnol ((iniiiiissiiiiiar of Liuiils and Works
for ii siiocml lii'onso tociit nml curry ii��ny tint-
lior from tlio folliiwiiiK(lo"crilioil   luiuk:
CnminiinaiiiKiil n mi'sl plitittuil L*0 clinin-. from
llni wusl slmrls of Up-^Hir Arrow Lako, ulioiit
thruu milns soiilh of Nukitsp, riiiiuiii^- thonco
oust lOclmiiiM, south ho chains, wo.sl 40 cliuias.
north IU), chains, oust 40 chains to ixiint of
coimnoiirmnoiit. containliif; IH0 acres moro or
loss.   1
J)ntod tlio 15th day uf Novomhor, 1901.
. *5ju0 (J. B. KIRK,
has" found to apply
and to the "Argeti-
B. C. The bull,
fine \dark red
Shorthorn, bred by W. D. Dyer,"of
Columbus, Ont., sired by 'Reliance
S. B. 29812, dam Velina'S. B. 29671,
the'^pedigree-'running-' back" to 'the
famous old1'Shorthand bull ��� Jumper.
He has splendid bone and pood all-
round< qualities. The Jersey cows
were impoited with the herd brought
in by Mr. Ricardo for^the Coldstream
estate. It was Mr. 'Bardolph's intention to keep about 20 Jerseys wi-h
a" view"to" supplying- the"-" L'umjJy
creamery, and to1 keep separate herds
of both Jersys'inid Shon horns/
In ipig's.,j there ure* Berkshires and
Yorkshires, the breeding 'stock being
imported fiom the east. This fall 150
pigs' have been sokT-to local buyers.
Some Poland Chinas are also -kept,
including n  pure-bred boar recently
purohaaod.-    Tho   breed of sheep kept,
are Shropshires, consisting of abbiit 50,
which are as even a lot as one could
wish to see.". The ram,' Muloly -jmi ���:
chased from-Mr. Heggie. manager of
the Stepney ranch, needs -npffurther
recommendation ���- than to ' mention
it came from that celebrated ranch.
The implements are all of the'best
and most approved kind,* and* include
four Massey-Harris binders besides a
complete farming outfit... Particular
mention may be'made, however, of the
manure spreader-which Mr.-Bardolph
has recently purchased. This implement, he claims;'-'will pay for itself
within the first ' year. "'After,'being
loaded, you drive out ^ to where yp'u'
wish to distribute the" manure, arid^
���on arriTin'g'at the place, the operator
pulls a lever and drives on. -The bottom of the wascon then-moves backwards, when a revolving drum chops
and spreads the "manure evenly. . By
regulating another lever_ you can
spread from 3 to 12 tons per acre, the
whole operation taking but 2J minutes.
A large quantity of manuie is produced in the stock yards, where it is
saved for renovating the land.'
The--crops* include;'turnip?, mangolds, beets, 50 acres of timothy hay,
wheat, barley and oats. The root
crops on the ranch aie always good
and never fail. ,
The fences have all been renovated
and new ones built wherever necessary.
For this work G000 fence rails were
cut at Lumby last winter. ���
The whole flat of 345 acres can be
irrigated, if necessary,, from Kelson
creek, which flows past the homestead
and which is right on the divide, the
land sloping sufficiently each way to
make irrigation 'quite easy. The
ranch, has the right for this water
supply. The old flour mill which
used to be here has been torn down by
Mr. Bardolph and it is his intention
to'put in a chopping plant for his
own use.
The site of the whole ranch is an
excellent one, being on the main road
between Vernon aud Cherry Creek
and Mahle Lake which runs through
the property.
Mining men who have seen Cherry
Creek are satisfied that it is a coming
section of importance, so that,with the
mineral resources of that section
developed, there is every prospect of
an impro-ed market for-the agricultural and range products of the dis-
Mother  of Rheu
,    '     matisrn.
"' "My mother has been asufl'eicr for
many years from rheumatism," says
\V. II. Howard of Husband, Pennsylvania." "At times she was unable to
move at all, while at 'all times .walk
ing-.was 'painful.- I presented her with
a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and after a ��� few applications bhe decided it'was the most' wondeiful pain
reliever she had-e\er tried, in fact, she
is never without it now and is at' .'II
times able' to walk. An occasional
application of Pain Balm keeps awaj
the pain that she ��� was , formeily
troubled" with." 'For ^sale by all
druggists.   "     '
YANCOUVI'It,   Ii.  (J.
Wing Chung's newly, imported' sloclo'of Chinese
and Japanese goods.
'The-best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
and "' ornamental-
Tci services
" Plates"
Hnskels '
f Cane Ch.ins '
t. Handkerchiefs
FhukI block of candies and fiuils in town.
, '" Front Street,  Revelstoke
Klower I'ols
Unibiella Stands
"���'  hunch Haskets
SmokiiiK Jackets
, .     bilk Goods.
Bishop..Bethiin& College
.AdoptstKe New Scale Williams
. ,'  ��� *     Piano.
The   most'severe-test;to wliich   any
piano can-be subjected, is" in the  educational  institutions.    Brought  under ihe
direct notice of eminent' musicians, in
daily use for hours', practised upon  by
the uoviceias well as the finished-performer,  a piano must be flawless and
���faultless to stand-the hard-service.-' -
,The following letter proves in, what
esteem the New Scale Williams is held
in one of Canada's leading colleges :'
Conducted under the supervision and direction
of bisters of St. John the Di\ine, Oshawa, Orn.
,     ' , Osliawa, June 9, iga��
The/Williams Piano Co., Limited,
Gentlemen,���We may say that we are mort
than pleasLil eveiy d.iy with your Isew, Scale
. \*. llh.ims l'i mo We find the s>mpathetic sing-
. me toneand excellent wearing qualities make
them CMiccinlly desnable for our institution.
We have si\ in u<:e hei e now, and we are so well
'nlei'.Ml uith'tlieiu that'we-would like you to
send us an,additional one for use, at our closing on June 21st rYouis very truly,
Sis 11 RS or Sr. John the Divine.*
���' The Bishop Betluine College is but one
of many .which lias' adopted 'the,New
Scale Williams in preference to all other
pianos.' The fact that professors of music, concert artists and singers ^praise
and recommend the New Scale Williams,
shows the foremost'position which this
��� piano holds in the musical world.
For ailistic" elegance, scientific precision, perfection of construction, durability, and rich, sweet, singing tone, the
New Scale .Williams is unequalled 'id
'Canada to-day ,   ,
u The Williams Piano Co., of Oshawa,
' publish three booklets on the history and
 .'construction of
should be
read by all
contemplating the purchase of a
piano. They
are sent
free on request, o r
can be obtained from the local irtireroo-'ts.
Sole local agents, Lewis Bros., Revelstoke, 13. C.
! , General Stor^e and;
, 1    Restaurant Keeper* v,
'A Prime Stock of Giocerics, Fruit,"  '
-   *   Vegetables, j
QiiDt.it ions Mibrn'uted tor Inserted Tooth, Shingle or other (SoIid	
mil all   kinds <if iHimir  wmk.    iMillmt-n i*vci*vwhei*e ate si'iidinir us-"repeat'
stlll-k at
alter  ONB'ti-ia
lowest i-aU't.    *
1.    HOE BITS AND SHANKS  in  all'sizes rkepL
\.. "���  ' '   ' ���
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Try our Iced Sodas,"Ice Cicam,Stiaw-
j   berries and Cream.  'Can't'be,
1    "   ~   beaten iri thc'City."
Please cutout and paste at fiont ofv
\ 'l'lionc l?o\.     ,-
��.'!" Twice 11 aie 22, and
"*��� 1122, is the,?Phone  "
r ] Local or Long Distance for the ',
The New College is now completed,'and is .
1     oitiiafcat the coinorof Hi mid and
���    '        Yates Sts   Victoi 111, B.U.
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Ai v)'.<  '   _'-  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  If you,think you  would   lik  to;start      a  TAKING   PHOTOGRAPHS  just call and see the variety of  KODAKS  AND  CAMERAS  AT THE  CANADA DRUG &  ���������BOOK CO.  ��������� They keep  all', the  necessary  supplies and' chemicals.-  *' Call, or send a post card, for  F. G. BROWN  Wishes his many pations > **  Merry   Christmas.  ,   The only lirst class  cignr stoie in town, ,  Cigars, Tobaccos, Pipes  , and Confectionery. ���������  PATENT   MOISTENING, CJGAK   CASE  in the city.    , ,   -  "^  J  Business Locals.  Catalogue.'  w--?  V"*f*y.  .0" ' ,       a   BORN.  > Boukxe���������On Dec. .17th, "to  Mr.   anil  Mrs. F. H. Bourne, a son.  Adaik���������On Dec. 20th, to'Mr. and Mrs.  *E. E." Adair, a daughter.  Local and General.  ; We thank the Victoria Times for a  ;_nice box of holly'with our contempor-  , ary's compliments and heartily ieciti-  '  rocate the same.' *,    ,   .    -  ~-'J- Engineer Carlyle' has' built  a nice  ' house at,Rogers Pnss.  ' 1    -��������� { '  '   The contract has  been  awarded "to  D."McCarthy for enlargement of F. G.  requests  be  r,v  ,\M.  lucky winners of  JilonVebf tlie largest'prizes in Brown's  -V"-holiday .' drawing tycstcrday; New  v 'drawings and hew'prizes today.,  ' .'".,���������,H. Jackson; blacksmith; ot Beaton,  'and "who had seen much, military  .-^service, died, suddenly on ' Monday  '������������������' fronrheart.diseuse, and'the body was  /.'~ brought to Kevelstoke  for  interment.  The' Free Press< is one of the li'idst  : - -enterprising papcrsjof Cai-ada and'in  1 'its enterprise hag/not. forgotten its  "    conte'iriporuriesy''.We thank the Press  .      and its Gencrr-li-Muniigcr,   Mr.   M.ick-  . .*-4injrftJr'Fji<������ fine goose quill and   novo)  ',  brochure, of Indian,, legend which'he  * sends us us a Christmas box.  " 'The wrestling match "between Dan  ;'.,S.'McLeod, of-Nanaimo, and" ,T. -J),  v-(-"McLennan)   of   Revelstoke, -was held  V Thursday in^ the Opera House and ic-  '_! suited in a' victory for the local  man.  McLennan worked almost entirely on  the defensive" only once taking the'  aggressive in earnest.' The match  was clean but exciting.  - . G. S. McCarter returned Thursday  from Vancouver, having 'appeared as  counsel for the Empire Lumber Com-  " pany in the suit brought against them  V by G. B. Nagle for share of sale of  .' .timber limits. '   Ev P. Davis appeared  for Pltf. The registrar to whom the  investigation of the company's  books  . -was referred, decided pltf. was entitled  to a certain number of slimes of  tho  ��������� company, which leaves the position  ���������' as. contended for by   the defendants,  ,   and judgement will go accordingly.  1 McKenzie Avenue was the scene of  a novel contest this week. A government official called on a business man  to collect his poll tax. The business  man replied the McBride government  were making such bad use of taxation he would pay.no poll tax. The  official said he would wait till he got  it and made himself at home. Then  ^^"'TV-"**--- the busines man made a proposition  ^A^hC ^'sf?>J^hat he should race the official and  the result should   decide  whether  he  ��������� i -.  . Sn?'*! ������  i:if'*������'  .Att'P  .***-  ^  'V  ",. would pay the tax. The citizens  wondered when they saw twogentle-  ri".cn tearirl-r along the Avenue h.ilf  stripped. The official won .and got  the poll tax. On his calling at a  barber shop the barber offered to race  the official as to whether he should  pay poll tax for'all in the shop or get  off. The official promptly .incepted  but the b.irber thuiight bctU-1, ul iu  and paid up.  To the people of Rcvelftoke that the  Red Cross Drug Flore has the KinePt  Display   of    Chri.-tinii.-i    Present."   in  No exception, and at prices thnt can't  be beaten. Wc cannot tell you all we  have in stock���������it would take up too  much of the paper���������but call and see.  You won't be sorry.  ALSO  With every One Dollar Cash  Purchase  you get A Coupon for those beautiful  s  Diop in'at Biown's Cigar Store.  Don't forget  the   Eagles'   Bull  on  niiiary 2nd, '05.  A   large   assortment    of t military  brushes ut Bows'.       *   , ������  Big sale of Toys, Satin day  night   nt  C. B. Hume k. Oo.'s.  Toys by the thousands at the Canada Drug Storo.      ���������' '' >  Send your oulcis for signs  to  .1. R.  Thornton. m  - .     .  Souvenir Cards and Pictuies at  the  Red Cross Drug Store.      , ������������������     ���������  Revelstoke   and   Trout 1 Lake City  lots for sale���������Apply to H. N. Coursicr.  Holiday Drawing  at   "BROWNIS."  Pri/.es from 5c to $4 50.    No blanks.  See Bews', 25  cent   table   for   suggestions. , ��������� " '  .   The Eagles^ Ball   will   be  the   best  this faeason.    *     ���������,  Fountain   Pens���������only    the " best���������  carried at the Canada Drug Stoic.  ''Brown has th'e'cigar   and   tobacco  trade of the town.   There's  a Reason.  Bibles,   prayer .and   hymn books at  Bews' Diug Store.  J. R. Thornton is making a specialty of sign work this winter.        <  Holly and Mistletoe," Fresh  at  tlie [  Red Cioss Drug Stoie.  i'IJ? J. llanbiuy opened   today   his  line new restaurant on First St.  Every  si/.e,  quality  and   shape  of  cigars at Brown's. u / '  Christmas  Cards aud' Calendars���������  beautiful'ones���������at'the  Canada' Drug  Stoic.     'r   '       u '    / , "  The Eagles' Ball  on   J'inuary  2nd,  '05/will be the event of the se.isoh. "  \ [One of those pretty Telephone Cal-  cndais given with  every  purchase at'  the'Kcd Cioss Di ug Store'tonight.  Hear the Big Zonophone Satin day  (tonight) at C. B. Hume & Co.'s stoie.  All welcome. > '     r,  Pei fumes���������the very best makes���������  suitable for piesents sold ut the Canada Drug it Book Co.'s. )  Be sure and get a chance on Brown's  Holiday Drawing���������tho lirst e\or held  in the city. -   ' ,  CHOCOLATES put up 'in pretty  Work Boxes and Baskets at the Bed  Cross Drug Store.  Messrs Lindsay, Ware it,'Co. ha\e  taken^over Messis. B. E. Diew it Co.'s  general grocery business at Camborne  Books of all kinds���������Bibles, Pin\ 01  Books, Poems, Stories, &c, Ac.���������at  the Red Cioss- Diug Store.  Di. Morrison, Dental Surgeon, will  be in attendance at Salmon .Arm on  Monday and Tuesdav, Dec. 20th and  27th. ,  For beautiful Bound Books of every  kind just look into the  Canada Drug  it Book Co's. They have a large  assortment.                                1  R H. Truom.in's studio is now open  iin' personal chaige of himself to the  end of December. .Now that you are  having the family reunion is the time  to have a group taken.  Don't forget the Holiday Drawing  at the lied Cross Drug Store. One  cash purchase of a dollar gives you a  ticket.  . C. B. Hume it Co.'s window? are  amongst the most attractive ever seen  in the city, a real Santa Claus sleigh  being cleveily arranged by W. Ifornell  in one, and .1 waislnp from hardware  by G. If. Block in another.  If you would like a good Die==ing  Case, Sh.ivmg Set, Sowing Set, etc.,  Canada Drug it Bonk Co. have .1 beautiful selection.  Flowers and vegetable.- all winter  carnations, chrysanthemums, lettuce  ai d wilfulness Floral de^n*- fi  specialty,���������.1. Mam:v, F.orist. 0  It Beats Them All.  If has always been admired that the  'Family Herald and Weekly Star nf  Montreal clearly -outclass':;* and distances all tho other weeklies, and i.s  looked upon a.s the one great family  and farm paper of this continent. Thi������  year the publishers have surely reached the limit ns tn what nnedol-lnr can  purchase in the newspaper line, for  never before have* we i-een Mich n  handsome picture ns "The Princess at  Work," and such n grand paper us the  Family Herald.-nd Weekly Star, offered together for one dollar. Other city  weeklies and dollar a year dnily papers may attempt to follow the Family  Herald, but' it is only an attempt,  There is only one bent and that is  without doubt the Family Herald and  Weekly Star of Montreal.  and had a splendid supper prepared  forthoin.       ������������������ '  All. and Mrs. G. S. Flindt have  moved into their now house on McKenzie avenue. ��������� -������  The Ladies Guild held a very successful pioinciindc concert and dance  at (he opeia house Wednesday.    '  The dance undei the auspices,of  the Rooky Mountain Rangeis on  Thursday'Wns a gient success The  hall was ".beautifully decorated and  excellent music was supplied by  Messrs. Shearer (piano) and Jt. N.  Doyle (violin). The guests were received by Capt. and Mis. Brown.  The Christmas tree in connection  with St. Pcfeis church'wns held Inst  evening and was heartily- enjoyed by  the young' folks. The 'gathering  opened with a .programme consisting'  of piano solo liy Aliss'F. Lawson", who  was heartily encored, r'citation by  Master C-Procunier, Highland llmg  dance by Misses Roberta Brown and  Sylvia Phipps, recitation fby B. A.  Lawson. 7A pretty Cluistmas tree had  been prepaied and-the presents were  distributed and games indulged in. <  MONTHLY  NO INTEREST  Golden  1 if  For the  Opportunity  Wage-Earners  ���������.���������������'  Epwo'rth League.    -  i '      i _ e  There was an inieieating meeting  of the Revelstoke branch of the Ep-  wuith League on Monday,,' when several papers weie lead upon th'e subject  "The Use and Abuse ofiBooks." Aftei  healing the various essays one- felt  that much piecious time is waste" in  worthless .foims of amusement and  that the riches in good literature lying  within the reach of all should ��������� be  earnestly striven for.  As the Sunday school is having a  cantata in" the opeia house on Monday  evening the League meeting has been  withdi'awn. ' '*  iwwfriimigtfw  1 ' 1      1  ;> ���������     ' ' ,   *  ,    ,      A Marvellous expansion and rapid advancement of the resi  dential portion of the City of Revelstoke has classed'all property on  the Smelter Townsite as gilt������edg'e investments'/and ,a sure thing for  ' J> r 'l -  investors or home-seekers.*. We have received instructions from the  ,, owners, to'place on the market, for a limited time'only, a number of  lots iii the very center of the, coming" residential portion of the eity,'  and we propose to give the wage-earner and small,investor an unexcelled opportunity for money making. ' '/-,,���������'"  ' Our proposition is as follows:    150 lots  lying* between'  1  Robson  Avenues*.  eaeh ,*!ot   50x100  perty will remain  1 ��������� r        1  these; terms until,  1  1904, after which  lots will positively-  The price and  in  Toilet ailiclus foi Si-alcr���������    ,        ,    ,  Yours 01 .uiotliui-'s.  . _-  N'o������ Xmas is, liuio        ,  Kiec Howdei-, ,  M.iniciiic Ruquisitcs  Ci cum-,  WiibIics and Kinc} Soaps  Unishcs and Combs  A cutL'-Aloiin/ci foi hoi  Atlur of Ko-.fi.,  -V bo\ of Perfumes-  .    To tickle llieir noses.  Look our s,toel> o\u-and  don't, worrj uooul prices. 1  Walter Bews, Phm. B!  Druggist and Stationer.   ',  Next Hume's Block  Corporation of City of Revelstoke  'Notice.  It 1- requested th.it all account* .iRain.-t, ll  Cuy Council or School Ilcutl be sent to tl  undersigned by noon of llic30th inst.  H. J-'LOYD, City.Clfrk.  the city limits and'  McKenzie ' and  on Eighth street,.  '��������������� feet. ;' This   pro-*  ,,on the (' market at'  December    30th.  date all remaining  " be withdrawn. -  -terms ,until   such  'date will' be as follows :   $16 cash and $10 monthly, payments with  no interest.    Corner lots $50 additional.-* All. applications will .be  allotted as received! " '1 ���������   ��������� ''���������'.,  ���������r A    \.        -'' ".'   ' '       '  For further particulars and plans apply to ' '     . ,.  \      ' ./"'   "   '     '" A     -    \   ���������  Revelstoke Insiiraiiee', ;  ,    ';��������� Ageney. Limited,  :, INSURANCE- -'���������. 'REAL ESTATE .".'"'LOANS;' .  molsons bAnk'buildin.g.-;,   ''  r*t������  ,<-  .   1  A  NOINTEREST  MONTHLY PAYMENTS  ������������������J Cut Glass  BAKER WANTED���������At once.  Must  be good nt blend mid cakes.  -A  ply to City Bakery, Kevelstoke B. C.  WANTED-Seveial Rood men to  work around sawmill and yard  Big Bend Lumber Company. Arrowhead..  When You Want  A Hack  Night or day,  Ring up Tel. No. 27  Stand, at Union Hotel  J. M. McCallum.  shown in the window.  RED GROSS  DRUG STORE  CHAy, J. QUINAN; Mumiger.  Social & Personal.  Sir Wilfred I.iiurior linn returned to  Ottnw.'i.  \)t. CroHM left thin week on 11 visit to  Winnipeg.  iJr. rjiitherliiiid is gn/,etted deputy  of Dr. Groan during lii.s iifweiice.  The Dramatic Club are rehearsing  the Lady of Lyono with a view to it������  presentation.  On Monday night the friends oi  Muster Arthur Cnley tendered him,  in honor of his birthday, a Rui-prine  party, but Mrs. Caley got m the secret  The Talk of Every Town  The World V I'rinr-.ip.'il Kvcnts.  lievelstoke  Opera House,  Two Night.-  Only, Commencing  Friday, 30th Dec, 1904  The ���������,Living Cuiindii''  IJiosc^jie Coin pa ny'.-<  LiU'st,  io,ooo Bio-Tableaux 10,000  Hotter than ever!  Everything   new.  JO Miles of A ni mil ted Coloicd Tableaux  POPULAR PIUCE.S.  WANTED���������Man to drive team and  make himself generally ueoful:  must be. sober and be able to read and  wi ite; must have jjood reference. Apply by letter to Kootenay Mail. ���������.  WANTED���������Reliable MEN in every  town in Canada to take orders  fm tailor-made clothes ; permanent  employment, good commission ; experience unnecessary.���������C. L. Bouvier,  Custom Tailor, 31 ^Lombard Street,  Toionto, Ont.  w  ANTED���������MEN  AND   WOMRN  teniloi'ies, to represent and advertise  ,iti old established house of solid financial btanding. Salary to men $21  weekly, to women .$12 to $18 weekly  with expenses advanced each Monday  by check diiecfc from headrjtiiirteis.  Ilni-Mjnnd buggy furnished when nec-  ce.SHiiry;' position permanent. Address  Blew Bros. <fc Co.,.Dept. A, Motion  Bldg.. Chicago,'III. -i)8.ja28  The  Best  on  Earth  XMAS GIFT  J. Guy Barber  CHRISTMAS  SHOPPING  Can be done to advantage ao ,      -   ;  REID & YOUNG'S STORE  Come and see the Christmas Goods on Display which will make useful  Holiday Gifts���������A Great Xmas Chance.    We are offering a lot of  <��������� Seasonable Goods at Wholesale Prices.  Moscrop ros.  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer ln-^ r^rn77^>.  BEEF,   PORK  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All orciera promptly Illlod.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, fflf^M  For Sale.  Six horse power. Waterous verlic-il  boiler and engine, only in use n year.  Reason for selling i.s that we ipquire  more power to drive our increased  pl.inli and for heating piupoies.  TUB   KOOTENAY MAIL  PUBLISHING CO.,'LTD.  - Revelstoke.  WOOD YARD  f. Mccarty  Having been appointed agent for  Revelstoke for THE  Pacific Coal Company, of Banff  is now in a position to supply  At tho following prices:  Coal delivered out of shed $11 per ton  Lump.Coal $10.50 per otn  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  M stcr   5ie?m fiulir?;  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Electric Lamps, Door Bills and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures ft,;1/,1 Put !ln.  Second Street, Revelstoke  I h.ivc .ilai'tcd 11 permanent Wood  Vaid on Third street. With mv past  cxfit-ricnce I hope t<i tie in a position  t*i t>nl.ifify all i-������f|uirernnrit,.'i of uiislom.  i-t-s. Mill and cordwood mipplied in  ���������\i\y length*' at reduced i>rl**i"i for i*nih-  , R. SAMSON.  Wm. Fleming1,  Wlioloialis nml /(.fllnll  Heat Merehant.  Fish   find   Game, in    Season,  First St,, Revelstoke,  Egg  Stove     "  Nut  Ah this coal  ticularly  clean,  any  $10.50  $10.50  $9.00  Ladies' & Children's  ' Dopartmont  *  Silk Top Skiits  Silk Japanese Gowns ' *  Silk Blouses  Silk Underskirts  Ladies' Jackets  Ladies' Collins and Ties  Ladies' Furs.  Ladies' Fancy Slippers  Ladies' Chatelaine Bags  Ladies,' Needle Cases'  Children's Muffs'  Children's Toques and Tarns  Fancy Handkerchiefs  Ladies' Tea Gowns  Ladies' Kid Gloves  Ladies' Umlirellas  Ladies' Belts  Ladies' Fancy Combs  Ladies' Belt Sets  Children's Callivetts ���������  Children's Coats, Jackets  and other goods.  Men's and Boys' Apparel  Stylish and Dressy  Tliosti nro iirnctionl nnd useful goods that  Mou aud Boys can wear and oujoy.  New Overcoats  Gloves���������All Kinds  Silk Handkerchiefs  Umbrellas  Fancy Vests  Boys' Suits  Boys' Overcoats  Boys'Nobby Ties,  Suits of Clothes  New Ties  Fnncjr Suspenders  Smoking Jackets  Fancy Mufflers,  Boys Reefers  Boys' Gloves  Boys' Braces c.  Make your Xmas Pnrchases Now  while the stock is at its best. Look  over the above list and do your  choosing.'  Make Your Xmas Purchases Early .  MILLINERY1"?."10'1 ������������'������'">��������� and Roady-to-Woar Hats at a Great Reduction.  in i bLi ii i_ 11 i        Como iu aiid aoloct one while the redueod prices last.  AT   OUR   ROCK   BOTTOM   PRIC&S  is smokeless and par-  find is more efficient  than any of tlie soft coals on tlie  market, it will lie found favorable fuel  for all domestic purposes, including  furnaces, Htoves and kitchen ranges.  For those requiring steam coal the  pen nnd buckwheat sizes will be found  satisfactory nnd economical. Prices  will be quoted on these small sizes on  application.  Orders left at the office of the Eevel-  stoke Insurance Co. Ltd. will receive  prompt attention.  F. McCARTY, Coal Merchant  Revelstoke;  S & CG  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchah  Head Office, Abattoir and Oo.ld Storage :  , All  ������.*-?"'(  y61 Subscribe Now for the Kootenay Mail


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