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 Hi '"'  ifi  pf.  res'^'.1  I'iiI  /  ii *  Vol. 10.���������No. 40.  REVELSTOKE. B. C.JANUARY 2. 1904.  '       . ^ l* "   l ��������� ', '        '       '  $2.00 Per Year.  r       '  .,,  '   > II  A I  I -ii  ���������I,  THELEADING  f t  -     y  t  I  I  {  ?h  Pi  h'  Leading .Dpy Goods-/,  House of Revelstoke  'J - ' Stocks in all departments are now ���������  \ '   complete for the - Fall and'" Winter *' '-  ���������   ���������   Season.' . -        i -   *-  ReadJ-to^Weap Dept  ;,Oiir 'Stock in,this department is-the.^; '  :.  j Best - in_ the.1 Kootenay^. Blouses,.\ ���������..  -Jackets, Skirts and Wrappers, all"  the latest-'styles,at -moderate priees. ,,   '  1 ������ V ,     I V  ,a  .    I  "    I <���������  MAIL ORDERS.  * ��������� t  We pay particular attention lo Mail Orders.  ,, ���������"  Samples, sent to any address.  .'���������'.,   /.._���������.  . J.  TAYLOR  BLOCK. McKENZlE AVE..JIEVELST0K7E., ,,  BOARD, OF  TRADE  '    r * f    "     ������  ' *  Wcr/7/ /?/Ver  Dredged   at   Arrow.  .. head���������Dissatisfaction With Rail-  ' i  i    way Arrangements aud Freights.  At n ii'cetine last \veek""Mes"sr������.���������Mc>"  Cleery,, TV Ludgnte, Sweeney'' and  W.idniiin were elected new mem hers.  A letter was lend from Ralph .Smith.  M. P.. stating..he would snppnit  amendment- of - the law to pievenc  British Columbia being innde a .slaughter innikct foi lough luinbei fiom the  States.     '    ^      '-        ' ���������      ���������    ���������  ,The principal object fur   vvhieh   the  meeting   was   called 'twas to luge the  dominion government to   impiovo the  outlet of tho Columbia River for   navigation in winter, ns  small tugs could  not get up it at prese.'.t,--and   it   vvas  decided   to  chaw   th1 attention of the  Min'isier.of Public Woiks at Ottawa,to  the matter and to 'ask   Mr    Gnllihei,'  M. P., to support the project.     -'-      ,  ���������* A long discuss-on took   place  over a  letter l'ece.ived'fioin W. 'Cowan regarding the telephone sei v iee.r>',Thc'-oem ,  hers considered'thu tone ' of "the letter  discoiuteous, ; pointed   out ' that    nil  niiMiibeisof the board vveie useis of the'  telephone, and'that", the   bad 'state of  the'seivicc   ii-.u ranted   the   letter of  complaint sent in.'     Several niembeis  said   it   vv.is   inipeiative   the  service  sliould be impiovetl, as <at'  pre-ent   it  w,fs   almost    valueless,     and   if. the  neccssaiy attention was  not  (riven   to  the   complaints    made   ityvvould   be  ncccssiry 'to   biganise   anothe!  local  companv ,'br   get vone  of 'theout.sidc  companies to put in a system.*, lt^vvas  decided to reply to Mr. Cow.m that the  subsciibeis insisted on'a better service,  and that if it vveie not provided   steps,  would betaken to obci u it  othe'i wise.  H. J. Bourne  intioduced ������the i subject ofiC.t P.  R.  fieight i.ites and   a  long discussion took place on it    .Mr  Houine pointed out  Revelstoke   used  to ��������� have   a   special   distributing rate,  and   it   was   necess.iiy   for  th,e com-  meicial interests of the city that' l.ite"  should  be  re-instated.      Mi     Bourne  also called  attention   to   the,, piesen"  inconvenient", ari.uigemerits   at-.the  fiei^htshed    and'suggested   an.mec-  munts be made for  dealing height .it  the shed so* that   shinpeis   should not  have te waste so much time-ti.iveiling  between   Ihe   agent"*   ofiice "and  the  fieight shed as now   to   clear" fie'ght  The meeting1 thoroughly endoi seel-the  complaint, and it was decidecbto make  mA.GALLIHER,M.P.  Has Done, Good   Work   for,   ihe  'V     Worker's and Miners.    "'  ' .   - i  (\Y. A. Oalliher, M. P. only got home  last week-from    a    lontr   and   iinliious  "session vvitli  vvhieh    his    win k did not  end v He had taken up the c.is'e'eif the  -men.employed on the   Liirdemt   i.iil-  wnv-. nnd who lo.-t 11 ioi i   wages   by the  fail mi*' nf the   eonl laeien ������      Mr.  Gnllihei* contended that,   as the  Dominion  Government   subsidised    thc   linc.^it  wns   their   dutv   to protect the   men  employed   on   it!   ��������� Thc   Government  endorsed Mr. Gnllihcr's view, and took  steps th -live eflect to it. , The C. P.'li.  opposed it tooth and   nail,  employing  the best legal talent.     But Mr (Gallihei* won out, and the government  will  pity the   iv-ages  and stop the  amount  from the subsidy tn the com puny,     i* -  ,   Another'niattei Mr. Gallihcr,stayed  .behind at Ottawa to nr'r.inge  vvnsu the  lead bnnii*. - 'It  hns  bee.n   contended  the   smelters   nie   after  it, nnd legu-  lationsfweie ieqtured tofbe   framed in  such n ,way a- to protect   the interests'  ,of ihe mitiers. ,  This bus,been arranged nncbG. 0. Buchanan,'of Ivn.slo,    has  been,appointed the Dominion   government oflicial tn dispose of  the bonus.  Mi*      Buchanan'     understands - the  question thoroughly and will see   that  the miners get justice     ' The appointment is an excellent one.  <>l  ' ���������>N,"'Ji  ���������������'>.-������-"ii  .-!-.���������*��������� cl  'hi  Useful and  Ornamental  j2s Some specially nice Wine Sets and Water Sets ; .also  many other articles in China and Glassware,added, to  our stock this week.       ' r, - ��������� *       '���������/*",  We have them in all sizes  'fro  m  XMAS AT NAKUSP.  ''I      '���������. - '  ,4  '      r   '  ' "    '     (Contributed )  V 4 1.  " The Christmas tiee held in ;the  'Presbj tei ion church on Xmsisjove was  a gi and success. The entertainment  given, by' the 'children was much enjoyed by the liuge ciow'd. present. \ A1  great part of the success was due to  the etl'oits of Jas S Mouison iwbo, as  superintendent of thc Sabbath school,  gave a veiv nice adchesS on the,woik  '.of-the school. ���������The thanks of the  patents aie due Mr. Morrisoii^for the  interest he takes in the work and 'it is  to be hoped he">vill continue and not  _weaiy in '..���������el! 'doing.,for vve-all-kno*,v itis an uphill task.  A--.brisk trade doing  50c. to $15.00.        ' '' .,, ,   .       -        '"  Pocket Knives, Scissors, Carving Sets, Razors, Corkscrews, Nut Crackers, Bread Knives, PJatcd-ware,Skates,  etc., etc.-   All.new goods. ' ',,*,',;,  - !i  Headquarters for G-roceries- -, '  ' '  -      ���������,,;���������,���������'     (     ,../.'-  Stoves, Hardware, Harness,; etc. ���������,  CHURCHES.  1,,- <���������*,-.  ABonaI^GiftSaIe|  ���������       ,i, '^-^,'._*,      ���������,"i  ���������-< A coupon^is given \vith"i.*vj'i v dollar's worth of.goods^piii-cjliased,",-j  the dravving'Yp,take place JANUARY 20, 7904,'vuiHleiythesuj)i>ciJi������  ^v.isjijiuof, Uv.o.of.il-ti'velstcike's'bnosl truslvvoi'thy eitizi-iis.'^^.^/y ~.*-.'^'-.[  epiesentations to the C. P. K  to have  dealing  ,P.  rite  There is a showing of Japanese^/raffeta Silks that  will interest all the ladies'in town in the north window  on  McKenzie Avenue."    This is a special purchase oi :  ^  of this Splendid Wearing  2������'P?  . 1  I.'i  I  I  In all thc leading shades. Coirunencing .Monday we  will sell thc-m. Some are 75c. and some 60c: we  will sell them all at one special price..' 50c.  27-in. Jap. Taffeta, all colors, special price, 50c  20-in China Silk, special price.' 25c  Silkine, Silko, Fancy Work .Scrim, Cortecelli Silks,  Roman Floss, Crochet Cottons and all requisites for  fancy work.  This is only .1 partial list of the many good thin'gs we have to offer.  LIMITED.  Millinery and Dressmaking Departments on Second Floor  the fieight clerk's  ofliee   101  fi eight'at the freight sheds  ���������   It vvas also decided to ask the  C  R to ie establish the disti ibuting  foimerly in foice heie'  T T.iyloi. M. P P.. spoke'in lefei-  enee to the Bond's le^te'i do him  asking that the 'taxation bills be delved "to allow of their heing'iully  consideied by the people JJe ' laid  then tblesfrniii befoie the Piemicr hut  it was impossible .to delay the bills .is  thev must become law befoie Dec.  loth,-and as a supporter of the government he could not nppn-e then) With  le-feience to ,an isolation hospital the  irovcinment vveie i-iepnied to meet the  hospital bo.tid. He would take up the  mattei of high school, and tiy-on the  estimates bemc piep.ned -     ,  ', If. J.'Bourne pointed out the high  school matter w.i-" one which should  be consideied by the t.ixp iveis m view  of the heavy t.i.viiion now, imposed.  The Mavoi- said now they Jiad the  accommodiuion the cost would be  vciy little  Mr Floyd said with the fee- nnd  govci niiieiit triiint the cost o-i the city  of maintaining n high '.school with 20  pupils wuii'd be veiy li-rbt  Replyine to Mi Flovd Mi Tayloi  said the educational subsidies would be  ulteied on moie equitable lines  '   ,    '      -I'HLSBYrnKIAX.    ���������     .   '  t_'St Andiew^s  Sunday,school held its  CIni������tmas festival in  the   church   on  Monday evening last. -, Parents, fiiends  and childien of the school had a   very  ple.is.i'nt  evening      A program mo of  music'., recitations  and  leading's   was  followed, by   refreshments.     the proceedings beimr,. bi ought to a close -by,  =ingiiur   the   nationn'    anthem    and  benediction pronounced by the p.istoi  The  school   made  a  new dep.u tine  tins   ve.ir   in   doing   away   with the  Cliri-tm.is tree, ind devoting tho sum  of .$25 to   the   MisMon^work   of   the  TNToithWest.    fet Ancbew'sis   uniting  vvirh seven   other   schools   to piovide  the sum ' of $200 to   stippoit   a   mis-  sion.ii} in one of  om   advanced posts  st. i'i:ri:ns  ,The childien .of  St.  Peter's   Sunday  school weic  enteitamed nt   a   Christmas tieent the Opeia House  on Tuesday., when   each   pupil'' leceived    a  piesent and the children  were  nicely  entei tained.   the   p.uents h.uintr sent  piovisions for the ti "at       Rev   C   A.  Piocuniei and C J. Aman   distiibutcd  the gifts. . .   -  ���������   ^MLi-iionisr. -      k  The children of the Methodist Sun-  da \ school weio tie.ited" to a sleigh  diive  W.itchnight -sei v ice was conducted  on Xew Ye.u's eve bv Rev.  C    L.idncr  5  -.6,-  7 '���������  S.  '9  io'  'Lady's Seal'Jacket    " -  ''Set of ^'Dishes.  ;V    ,_i -        \, .  Gentleman's,.Dress Suit,Case   ,  One" Pair 'Best^American Shoes'"  Piano Cover' *     .-',-.,    -  A Boy's Reefer"'Over.coat      -   -   -  Onei Set Pillow Sh'anis and Scarf  T.ibje Linen and Napkins.    -  Baby Cashmere Cloak  r * c '  -One-Dozen Linen Handkerchiefs  Liulie-' oi Cent-,'  ��������� Value,  >$6o.o8  i    ^  .V 20.00  t (      < v  .'���������-S.6b  rt  ':_" S-oo  <.f     '  .5-PO  t      it  5-P������  ti  5.00  if  "5.00  . (  .4-50-  * t  4-50  You cannot'f.til lo select in one varied stock .1 suitable and u-cfiil  Xuias  piesent 'for  your  friend or relation.   .Every eftoi t has been-et'  toilh to make this Gift Sab' om* of tin* most elaborate of its. kinel e\'*i  held   in  this  cilv.     THIS  DRAWING   TAKES   PLACE ON  JANUARY 20TH NEXT.      -   . Y. ,  . Ten Valuable, Prizes Given Away.  REID .'A YOUNG,  Dry Goods Met chants, Revelstoke. B. C.  At the boa id of tiade��������� meet.112  last  week one member described the  C.   P  It. station heie as a ' piir pen."  The l.ibeial conventio**. to select a  candidate foi ICcoten-v will be held  nt .Nelson on Jan. 12th.  Foicible   in-t.'nets   multiply  of the  cross nipi-i if' iiiulei vvhieh Revelstoke  sufleis 11 uu nit i|int tide ti.in-poi t.itinu  Fiei-.'bt noni  Glasgow   to ' Y.iuctnivoi  co.-t-   IJ!   cents   a   bundled while the 1  i.ite i- if 1.71 irom Vancouvei to Revel-1  sioke      'A .-hinmenr of culling-nines 1  reccivedbytbeIoc.il   club   cost   mnie'  horn   Vancouver   to   Rewlotoke   than!  fiom Liveipool to Yimcoiivt'i. '  WALTER BEWS, Phm.  Druggist  and Stationer  Headquarters for   Xmas  J^p^elties  Call/early and gel the best selection.  We have an abundance.  "BooKs never were handsomer.  Toilet Soaps as  Perfumes in all  costly as $ 1.00 a cake.  grades  Glove and   Handkeichief  Boxes,   Necktie   Duxes.   Albums,   Fine  Limoge China, Sachets, Vases and Novelties of every desci iption,  WALTER  ruggift and Stationer  BEWS  Ne.\t Hume Block  MAG90NAID & MONTEITH  TO  THE FRONT! '  This is what we intend doing for our customers till  January  1,   1904.  Gioceries: Other.people's prices :  ,  4 lbs. seeded raisins. . . .   50c.  4 lbs- -seeded currants.. , 50c. (fop J^   jg  3 lbs. layer raisins    60c. \^  2 lbs. mixed peel    40c. <������������ j���������     r~\ r~\  1 bottle lemon    15c. ^_>^ - ^   -^  1 bottle vanilla    15c.    ^^^^"^^^^^rr-:-;^  3 lbs, cranberries    soc.        n     n j-      \  1  3 lbs. mixed nuts '.   75c.        FOP Elltll'8 Loi.  J. lbs. granulated sugar..   50c. ^.,  ' 10 lbs. brown sugar. . . .'.   50c. ^  1 box Japanese oranges.  7sc.    \v,-;u ^1,., ,  ,,      J .-    ...      .    *t     /J        Will  change  order  4 lbs. mixed biscuits....   soc: .      "^         to suit customer.  $ 5-So  Now we will talk about   Uinckory and   Glassware.    Tin- lin.. vv e  are comiilete in and would ask vou t.ei e.ill and s,.,. ns.  But, wait! We want to have a talk to th- g.-ntb-iin'ii ! O.n*  stock of Neckwear .tnel Suspe-neWs is complete, ami tbc lim-i  .issortnient ever ollVrod in Revelstoke. For our siml^ ,i| K *.niy-  Made Clothing, Boots and Klines, Shirts, Hats and Cap-we defy  competition in this town, .mil guarantee that, no i-.is|,-in li.tnd-  me-down bouse c-.tn compete vvitli us in price* and ipi.ility.   ~~\���������T|  ~K -��������� ?,'
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ADVERTISING HATI.S '"on .iiiplicntion
Cliiiiiuus in'iiilvoilinciiietit* iiin-t uc m ��i,
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JOlf PRINTING |,iouuill.v* c\tt.iiU'l nt i*(-it.-oii-
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cCOKltlCSI'ONOI-'NCI-:   niviluel' un m-iUt-is ot
'       pnlilit:  interest.   Cuniniiiiiiuinon- to Jwli-
<     tor   iiuisl   lio iiccoiii|iiiiiic-d   bv, ilnnie  of
���Mitoi. not iiecc-i-.iuly foi j.i-blicliUem.  but
\   as cvitlonce of gooel failli. -Coiitisi)"i)ilence
hliouliUbu.bi ior nnd must Icifcli the- olllte
by^WceliiL-diiy ovoniiii,'. *    4
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tlie" piovincia'l a-cemblvy by ' tne
lion member for (.hcMo. an, eleclo-
uil district, to the <<fi�� *,'' .hnt ibc
le,ii'rl bonus8 grunted h;. Hi'.- dominion government bus p'loducc-cl no
'improvement Mn bis district. ,'1 Ins
'statement is tliiectly contrary-.to
tlie,,facts, for much vv.ork now in
*piogre?s>, 'and in, rcontcmplniinn
would not have lieen iinelertaken-
but for the'boi-m��"
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Wo request our numerous readers to
'     favor ,us with'their assistance in
, ,v making the KOOTENAY WAIL the
most valuable  advertising medl-
-   um   In   the   Kootenays1 by  giving
���   the preterence, when making pur-'
chases   to   those  Anns who   are
regular advertiser's In.the KOOT-
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, Copies of TunfM.vii. iim J' be out-uiic-d fiom
-llie following oilj agents:
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Uavaiu Duuo & Hook Co
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W. %. Oalliher, M. P., is,to be eon-,
giatulaied on ,the success of-bis efforts in''having justice clone lo the
men who' were beaten out-of their
vTageb'on the Lardenu railway,. The
tiouble he has taken in the mallei
shows bis. de-ire t'o set' ju-tice *.iuie
the vvorkeis every timcA-vcn' in ihe
face of the strongest oppo-nioii mid
chflicultie?.      * �� * >
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and ndvertisoiiien s nnd  while n tile :-kept of
.. tin" Jiil-oi foi tin- use (free ol clinigc-  ol  nnj of
--our-iciirtei-s viMling London and dpsnoiiscof
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DWARD Ar-HAGGEN,
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."Mining "Engineer, f -<-,--
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(Mem.  Ainoucim Institute Mining Engmcoi'.)
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' C~  '      RlSVELSTOKE,  B. C.       ""
-Ktaniiiialn.ufof niid lcpoils on Mineral l'io-
pciticso Spee���lftlty^,   " ^
'The nevis that 'W.i \Vhyter*ha��
been , appointed second ���vice-pie'-i-
dent of,the G. P.,R'>hh full^con-
tiol <'of.rthe -Western'' and ; Papijic-
D.vi-ions is a step in,.advance, and
means that'an end has come to the
policy of centralising the whole .'d-
niini.stratiQn at"'Montreal. , Mr.
iWhvt'e i��" piobably the ablest man
in Ihevseiviee <)f the C.-P.^K. today:
While vjgilaniiin .lbe n'nterests of
the company, be' if- no less caieful
tTo endeavenu to be jiwt to the public and the com pan.*, 'S_ einplov'''?-
Mi.' McNicoP- inaii.tyementfofUhe
,C. P.i K; lias been .Mailure--so ur
as the vve-ti-was conceined, and'we
believe that Mr. Wbyte.vvill institute a' nevv'oiilei^ of thing')'* vv'lneb
vvillfbe beneficial to'the company,
the public-antbtbe einploye��.^y y^
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" Feeling at Ke=-land' must bev.yiv
Strong against the McBiide govmn-
meh�� if we mny�� judge from ihe
Miner:. "'Weie'Piemier McBiide
or anv of his ministerial colleague-
to'visit any one of the- up coun'.i^
distiicts just now; it is safe "to - iy
that they would''"meet wilirsne-h a
^hostile leception froni the outraged^
electors 'that'll -is a -^ue'tion1
whether some t, of tbeir-^nuinbei
could^be iestiaine.d fioniJcli=ordeily
conduct'of a ve'iv j I'l'i-iounced-n i-
ttire'. The g'-m-i������!,.'i nld ccontinue*
lo.hear tbeju'uni oi the buiclen of
the burden-of-taxalion while the,
chosen 'fewyowning-enprmoub land
inteiest? are safeguiircled fiom payment of more- than''half of-tbein
lightful-sh.ue of the ^public ex-f
nense." i      f -.   j   %���   ,
pi,use both to'tcacheijiuui scholars. -*
* Altei Ibis .Santa' Clans nw'de Ins
.ippe.iiance iind begun 'hi- ti-ual dis-
tiibutidn , of presents liom oll\ the
Xmas tiee with kind and appiopy'ite
vvoids. f Theife vveie'ioiiie vei y .tciuch-
iiv s'cenes' with some,r ons,ieceiv nig
their gifts" eveiMf they.did get theii
old lost,, knife back . tlnoiigh��,him.
With otheis he seem<, to have (��iven
(.he sbppeis���tothe smitten and not^the
mitten.r, "After , be had got_througb
fhis be left for othcT piiits to'continue
Ins g'obd'work saving he would try
and come again nevt'ye.u.
.lust about this time some one was
heard to say a few vvouls very quick.'
bul biol.en'up this is what it sounded
like ���'���Piddli'-Leod-dtmce-IXW-hnl]."
And 1 can assiuc you ,ut' vv.is fiddle
loud and liddle-McLeod/and. dance
Dean, vvith'llall, changmg.plaees.
-About ���eleven o'clock suppeu was
sei ved which stVnied to'biing outcome
fine songs^vvhiclf weje well received,
ike" the siippei,-nnd went well.    ,   ?,'
H.
PERRY LEAKE, f    * y
Mining Kngiiiccijind Met.illnigi-1
11   sri.ClM.llis..
('IC\aniiiintioni-, nnd lie'lioit- oni.Mining   1'rop-,
, erties.       '        (    * *
I* Specification anil  <'wistmotion of Mining Ma-
, ciiineiy. c .    ,.,,
Tests made of Oics nnd Conconti.Uion fortnloi-
nic nnd d nnido Ti tntmc'iit
'Hydraulic t'lanU. ,,-.���,,
liLilfoid ilcNt-il Code
"steps aiTbcing fa ken to orgaFii-e
seveuii loca'rcompiinie.-Joi doveloji-
ino mining piopertie1- in the Rig
Bend. Hilheito mo=t nf the wml-.
done theie hns been boinc* bv ihe
inclivielual-, but Hi i1 felt lb u
op'('iatio'n= of"such mJianitude1 -i-
the development of a mineral fVbl
should be boine ,by ihe penph-
oenernllv, who will benefit from the
development I v. r.v dollar si i-ir
in the develnl'inelil "i llie Jiiglb mi
i* a help to" Rt-vel-iokiy anel v ���
hope when "the stock in tbe-e eon -
pames'is onered that* our citb,"i--
vvill L'ive the ppipoe.iJ= their b*--i v
support. Let the people,of Ki*vi- -|
Stoke bun any per.-onai dirfen-nec-J
and pull'ifigHtlif-r-iVir the   bene!:; ��� i
clanwilliam:
I W 1,4 ���" ,
1 4 .   -"*?!   r       '   , | ,'
'    ��� i, '        <      y    >  i\ -'       , C
> ���- The Busy Construction Camp.;
< !,'* From our own ciiriesDOiielciit.-- *f
The busiest camp along the. Hue of
the'C. P.; ,'R.' ��rom Uoavcimouth to
Notch Hill iVnt OI.mvilli.un.' ��-,Heie
the man: line of- the railway is being'
cbveited fion)' the -toft , to the right
hn .d side'of the'lake ,The Engineei?
aie under Hi N. Meiiirm/M E., ,vwho,
vvitli a ciiips of .issist.ints' isTrapidly
progiessingwitb Ins part ol thc^vork.
Foiem'an Bi'ovvn'Yvvitli a gang of* be-'
tvveen fiO nnd'TS men.'b.i's be'gun work
one mile east'-ot Clanwilliam,'iind,
Koiemnn \ >L Mcllugb'-has begun.at
thewest.end ot the-Juke yat ?Olan-
vvilliani station.' '' If y n '
--Itis estimated the v\ oik being .eleine
now will not be cuinnleted"until, next
August and altei tlia't uhe C ^--.R,
vvill,yhave'steam, shovel'gangs ( woi king
tbeie until ihe,end of the^summer.' vi'
John Thompson, ,m old" aim}
veteran, nets, as poslniastei,' baggage
man.'and in countless vv.ivs gnes^ aid
'to visitois and the vvoikmeii.' Theie
is|ui'gent need heie now of a temponuy
puoloih(.e i ne-.aveiitgt; in.ill llie-ie loi
the List month lfns been 1(5 p.tpeis anel
32 letteis a'd.iy, besides a couple_of
innilp.ick.iges .i day. 1 These^ undei
"the piesent airangcment-, aie tlnown
from the mail c'ai iis,No loi-No '2,
passes and tbeie is always the ulangei^
thn't tbejn.ul^m.iy be lost in the elaik'
and tlie snovvy '    _,    ,,,*<   ���f���^   *      ' f
���The table .uiai.gemeius aie undei
the charge of two white cOjOks,*perhaps
the: only "two camps,*foi a bundled
miles* 'aiound ,ha\ingTl'white'ccooks*
The table piovided is the best an 1 fthe
cooking the best along the line in the
'c:p r ---*---'        .-.-,, v
camMrne.
'     '     '���M,' i'r"
W  .      / (Kieini a Correspondent )        -        L
lAll   lbe   stores   moie,1 .or', h-s-
decoiated their windows forl-Xni.i*-
Thedisphiy'was most'creditable lo
all concerned.- '  * '?,i,        ',' y
-A-'Xmiis-liPeY vvas =hown in,a
the, glory  of  May  ligjit'f   ni .ilu
cchoolj liou^e   on iXtna" < m ��� "hi n'
most   of" the   young /people wen;
inade gla'cl bv the - ])ie.-en(-    S.-n'n
ChuiB  had b'rougbtior Ib'uii.^ >''-,
Doheity, interested' bei-i 'f o'n be-
half of'the youngstei-*.   >* | ,*
/oTJie  relent    A'ortheiny,   Mini';.
'Limited,(have.cnlled fon.irm'ei-   '<>
drive a  400 feet oio*-s" et.".���'.i',Mb"
Oyster   C ri tei i on f 'properly/ , r Tl .u
company provifles,power, drills .uul
steel.')   A, good   many applications
Tare ,in for.'the woi k J he.i iw    '-���
v',Xm.i- dav'in < Camborne, passed
.ott   quietlv' j.uul ' pleasant ly."" ,lbe
weather being fine'.    , iMany-people
were,-vOut.1of ^iloois   enjoying ] it.
'About_S % nV'tbo'Cnmbi-u ne- Bmss,
Bandmusteied in tVncriand poinded
the stieets.   which i <\\n<?   rnuo'h'np-
p/eciatetl.   .Tit  i- \)nly' f,iir;lo e.iv
for ���"theJ,timb%tl)"e<ili.-inil' have been
practising they ilo'eNeeedipgly well?
and'' loo/^much" eieilit   cannot' be
given .loathe,, ti'iichei.-   o/vje.i'ili'i.-
and-,the   pupil-   fo't- the' lime .inch
tipuble'Uhey' diave^taken. to'icieb'
tlleir^piesent   st^ge  cil-ellipieney
Xin.f- .d.f\ ^closed   v\itb-a , d.i'nCe".
held   in.,tiie  McDowell,^IlallfiVthe
lociilf lnn'ss^. band   'providing   the
music'for tbeyligln fnniasiie.jTlH'ie
were '- many *\vbo> enioyed,," llnee
hoin= good ilancing.i    ,', <    '-     '*'.(.
71>b'tonyfbf i.ucky.lack^i'i^'l.ii   -
Cieek) oj-e'and nine'tons  of ^vvyilcj
g'loup oi"e"iini\ed ^in1* Cam hoi i e,on
'tlio'2Stb'ii-i.sYt.'niicl \\a% run  llnough
the Oystef CiitSrion   mill, on  the
29th, aftei , the"' Oyster-Cnteno'i
,._.i   'i_.'.'������.i ���..   ti,ii��� ',^,-,.-1 "eU's.>-,,,-,
,KootsrayrtLod^e
ino'Uj'a'.f. a'a m
Tin leg'jlni in. > I i.-'-
aie liel.l in Hi'1 M ���.������
(lnll���''���f|*n^tl,'��� ,0 III
l.'elltiu-IIn I ('�� "'i-
: |,ti,I M i.imI ii v in
"l li in lit') " I' '"
VIiiiIiil' I i --I I" ui,
to ilmlb  '" , ii ��� i, . ti
l.lllillU.N     3I.).I.I.l  ll(V
'f'i,EliKirtK���l.ODGE.' NO   12. I.rO OW. .'
11 '' VI. u-Vvri.v , I in-l.i v
ev. nin0'     in    -elUiiU
Hall     at    s fiiYloele
Vi-iiing bn iiiieii . in
.liitll.v  flnvi|..l   T.<  al
"'���aid. ���'     f4.   " i Mf
..'. vi ,v: ii I r -ii.
/ , yf '
T   l! vi.n .\'n
H: *'W.'���EQWAfcjDS;'
if*    rA.xiDHiH'i.i.vr." '-,
' '        "      '-'',������,' y
Deer, Heads, ^Birds, 'Animals
- ' ," M:untedl h\}, <' >''i
.Revelstoke,   ':, *, - fBl C.
HENRWMRSEBIES..
-        4      , it,    ' , I
f     SOU!) W-'stii'iii-lei' Road, i
Fruii'and Ornaniental Trees
'.j'        "'        '-.    '"' ^ -"���>,-- -r -
' F.Siododsndrons, |Rftses,,,,'
HollanU F&nlh .BULBS^
f   aiid iapt.ii|,| -;
'" a,    \FO\V PA I'.!."PLANTING1.' ''
,i ~
-camps.
JaWsK
r      From Oili ."ivvirriirrt'-p-iiKlunt  - ,
1 Xew.-e.init-1o town   on   Wedne=da.v
l.(-t of  -omel lung that-is   a   niysteiv
anil vvbieb it'.-ulted in the diovvning o!
(i. Uioleti. ciu-iei bn   Vale   Columbia
Lnuibt'i Co       Hi;  iei' HalyvoiKin llie
.ifii'inoon oi 'iui'sdiiv I"'. SU Leon  and
"li i- mil  I., en he.ud't.I sineiy     Hi-boai
dinted b.e-k n. Ha lev on wuh hei    bt;vv
In -kt'ii ami h'- eo.il liuin.' to -i   nail in
!thebo.u      The- cQmpinv's  nm Iiene
went    up   (yi-   W'edne-dav    and     t.Mi
\ Diolctt's I'm othei   vvbo'.s woiking heie
In* "if m,i'' nut im ti'.i'e nf'.he niis--ii!-'
I tn hi t-i ui Id be t .und       Mr Didett ha-
This Christmas .Season
would lie .ni appi opt-in te time for
the placing ot that instuance
polie-y on join life. We can give
yotwxpeit advice on Hie policy *v
most suit.'tt'lii to yoni- iie-'d.-" nnd
i youi puise. Remember, thete
,u-e- lots of g(i((d companies���but
only one/ be-si, t
The
the town and district.   lfn thatw.i<i
An Attack of Pneumonia WardedOft\
e-    in "lie employ of lh>-"i ale Cohun-
aiie
like
foi -nine time and vv.r
tnvvii     Ind    liked bv
1 iii.i l.iimi i-r C
*-*'    11 e, v n    in
Revelstoke can be made one of  u -, ^''���"�������r ��ho icnev hn*. ��
leadingcilie-ofiheprovir.ee.       -   - J M*��tii. ei.ameiu on  the C .jiii-
c ��� _      _ i, ,i. !ia- gone on a I hi'-tnr.i- v.'.'.itioii
lt(iih.'<(ii-i.      D    jii'vii, a* ifbevuig
il .-, on tbfc-tU-U " (
'WAH'CTOIG:
, I,  " 1     . .' ��� " 4     4"
Garden, Field, and Flower Seeds-.
' M   ,      ALWAYS IN^HTOCll-; J V   /  '
ii ,  ''. ���" ' !_" \,  ,',( ,     f      ���     "
,       ''- : 71   "-  '       y  ',   .v   '   ,
'"IT ri ('xwunc'l"''Bn"-*-WpiIiIiiik'*,, >,y   ,
UU1   fLUffliliO     .and'Fiiner.ils.     -   .   ./(���
mf     '    ' '���
Bee; Hivfces/arid ^Supplies^^   '"
'*'i,*J:;RRTiL'rZRRS.i;��-   ��y m   J
I..mi" fi,..-.   i     ''.""' Jt,   <   i-'  '"  " <-   ,   '
Mi J. HENRY,    ;,
* ti-tj-
ll.ii iniptn led,.! fii-l-i*lii-s
-lot k -iiii.il.li- |..i I ln: ^
Chi i-i in.is ii'.iili*.'*-      ,
Silks, Silk - Dresses/, Toys,
-���> ' -Candies; .Fruits, ��,'" -
' -' * i ��<w' i Y-' i ' * y i
'. i  ���   r"# Crackers.    -   "
C.ital
\" m&JMLOJSIlEl*. l''^,f
'Mim-imiMMt
i f *" 'I lie' Be���-1"oil t lioJ -Market . - -   < '
i��� '.in p.i in*
J. I      .    . _i "n
, J.���.  J -|B,    -
' 4 '.
ind (/bin i W',,i
See mv'newijstiictjion fl"ru'
���:  4 f- ---"^   t   ��� �����.- (
.'VI
T
t St
\-
t
as.'
���Voodrow,
had cleaned up their 'monlli's.run.
These tests no' I'lotibf represent the
���pu.k,1o, ,,'j>'y'l 1 o^''"-''e 'Ol'fi,ee g<-*lu
found :on tlie Lucky,- Jack^and'
Swede giouiis.^y* \Vi_th .Vnl'ues as
estimated -by the locatorsYiincrioeir
new spa pei s.
should'-Muin
t he'1 (fn ant i ties" lest eel
.gold
��� 'I In
Eqruitable   Life,
Stiongt'st m the World.'
' ioioe tunengomy danifhttrr-*'iic�� t
a -evef cold.   She- crimp! uii"d of pui.-
i in bei cht"=t 'and   n,id   a    bad   ecutrn
' I cave lier Chamiit-.'l.uri'- Couch  lit-m-,
t'tlv, accorelsim U, elue-ttiriri and   in two
days -h" was v.*\\ and  .tblf    to   K"   ("
silioul.    I have n-ed   tins, ti.-iin-elv
my faunlj fm    lb"   p(-'*��� *��� r.    v,..u
,nid  ha\f   nt'vt-i    .       - *o   f.d-
says      J.lines,  I'r. i'       - in-e-iit,-
Annate   H.iv.   .Liu > ��� -I    ���"���!. ���
Island-      T'le p-iui-i > '���    ���  >-���-[   "'d>'
ated ,lii appiiiacbinK  altnik   of 'pit*-,
nioniii,   v\ tin b   in   thi-   in-tanr*-   v-.-
iiiidoiibtedl.V warded oil' by   Cbt.ii.1..
Iain's   Cough  RVm-dv.     It tnutll'i ���*   ���
any lendf I,'y of a eolel    Uiuaid   pi.t  .
viionin.        Fbi    -al"   by all   ill iiki;i-i-
-'i'lie    "inert -i-in,' nt    :
u\i ,;,.-     ti'00!    on    F. ul
ipiipi!-    ������������'=   tc-t-
Ifih'ldrc-n took thoi
{u-j'ii-d th.>t it ���* '-
���I    . -1 "41V "II 'tV
-' ,i " e
-��*, -i nr,<i vv liiei
1 ,liv  t -i"i.  it .. I)'
i  ��� ,  ������-,' i f .* In
r i '���
'p.ip -
""r>i '
is ". ,i>
11.. -(
I, r��� a
:i5(-n- in >��� the
ie   l���-t by thc
i���      f e1    all      the
nail- Ut'i', and   all
- Im.   in . liO'i tali)-.
iJe .   ill.i i   i .is tl(i*} hail
;.'i - Cti'n   gn  it    tn (bt
���   |?'��   l,||    t.'ll .'vi
eii't'rt   ,t i, en'   iVl.i-iei
.1 ,rt*-    f't   n the
j ft-, I 'cd Vi-
, i      ti,i'    tu*lt't
LEWIS BROS,    j
Financial, Real Fistate, InsuranieAgent- r
RKVKLSrOKK.   B. C
XTbeTkootena^flDail
MALAKWA.
)- gaining vry -)���,
i- luck    lioin    .- ti
rjATIi'HIMV,   I \M   \KV
.UO-t
We   vvi-h   oui    MM(b*rs   a
and pro'f crou.- New 'I'-ar
happy
Uavidi-oii the labor member for
Sloean is evulenllv puuily jm-ted
in the ]io-itioii of Ins constituency.
He staled in the hou-e the lend bonus had been of iioadvantagelo Kootenay, but was proinpth taken to
task" by the Silver-lead Miners
Association, who re-olved, " that
this association has heard with regret the .statement recently made in
.old- iiuiiiintr
le.iig}  0 fi.i.,
i.mt' oii .or 11
Inn i
lint |
1,1k   |
From Our Own ( or.-'- i-o'i-l. nt
Our W(*.illi"r  -till   keep-    opcr
-nil
vit    Demi
I   II   Wol
\ I'm
We .ire h imiij.
around on nee'. ���
weather, and ,t i-
fevv flays
���Some ol  Our    iaeli"-    had    -om
e'ollecung for oui    ,\m.i��   tre.e
according   to  -"in" oi  the i'.lk-'
that were vi-ited, th'j put il tin-  ,  y��
������Great Scot[ ' do   }oii   call   tb.it I in '
well I Call that  lolling    with    i.i   ,i\(
hmilletoo"'     A nyv.ay they  ft,\itr>(i\
,\ nieej lound -nm
Cur school closed i,,r Xmas liobd,,}-.
on Friday the I Nth fn ' )i< n oriung
the closing exeiei-"'-', -ho.ving tii'
usual etudic- gone t)iioii;b, iverr
ii��tened to by the pin (-.it- *nd .isitor-
and proved the CNCclk-nt dulling the
teacher, .Mi-. Mutcliisoii had given
them. In the evening the pujiils
recited and tin-   ,il-o   de��erve-s   gieat
���-it
Ti'
,. r
i ���
, 'ic -
i , tii*
-.1"!
- id" Imi1
��� evf
.1
Ml'l* -,')���
,,-i i���s    iiid,    om
6ut" ciediliibie
brick-,, ' Up tojhe linle of .writing
notlungJi.is been b,eaid asito the
probable -size or weight "-of ,ihe*
bricks.4 * -1 \ ,',. '-,", .    f ')>'
; < All" tbe'-'dnecto^is of fthe' Gieat
Northern Mines and a 'consideiable
nnmbei {of local stockholdeis are1
visiting Camborne Ho ' see" the first
cleanup s^of ,the ^Oystei-Critenon.
mill and the citish'ing ol tlieJiophn-
Creek oie. From nil F can'gather
thev aie -most 'pleased, with tlie'ie^
'-lilts.     ,        .       * i
The mill mn asjfar as I know
has been continuous without let oi
liindin'nce Irom the *26tb Kov to
the moining oi the^Dth.inst., which
s])eaks well ior the innchineiy installed, and the, workmanlike man-
ni'i in which'it w.io put up. What
the n onih'-"tie.in up will be is un-
known. Clues.-eb.'ine made, fiom
$2500 00 io $5000.00,' the.actual re-
-uits will not be known for a dav
oi two vet. No doubt, a nia-s of
low grade ehunp fue has been Jlis-
sed through lbe mill to make iciou;
wudhe getting out of lbe better oie
in the mine, .md cannot be clii*-*-ed
a* a fan ,i\*erage of lbe oie in ihe
iuine- ,1 have been ciedibh inloi-
nieel lliat some of the oie7 now being
sto- ed in the mine ifc-exceeciingly
rich, winch is,go"utl new;;.
What- I (.in gather about the
Calumet and B. C, is mostencoiua-
"iug. tbe'iinnt- vis liiijuoving , with
lbe ''levelopment woik in Inintl.
vvhu'h i- vei> satisfactory.^ The
Ncbon Daily News speaks oi a gold
brick for Ueceinhei. 1'4 days um,
v .lined at tlo.-e on ''1-5,000. Dee
cJiln,n up will no doubt be a good
e ue winch J- very clieei ing, nnd will
-Fmiv the, ininiiig vvoild thai Ki-h
P., '-I Camp is vvli.il ii'i ii'tut'-ciiit-d
to 'ot���a"good Al free gold c.nni .
��� Me--s ( iriwlonl and Jobn-'on ni
I lii'.iti.n aie alioiii'lo open .i logging
I eiv-een (1, nihiune ;\m\ Cold-
BliiTCRE^;:^
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'" i     -" * ;
Retail  De.-der 111^^mamBZlB&?' '   ' '*
. /y     y^'BB^.'V-^O'R.K'
" "MUTTON/ Etc
f
a
t
- Fish ?.r.d Ctr.iZ \h Ccasi
1 .Vll oi(k'i-"|in)iii|itl'j llll.'tl.,-  '
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JC fit'! Z-s'slMNlSIl' RLOSSOM -{
"   *,iri>   Hi.11nl-,11 .it. e .iii'l "be I'i'.i'tPii. y
jy MAUI-! BV;UNIC:>f ifAP^R.y^
;;CltYr:EXPRE$Sl"-i;
E'J W. B.J Paget; Prop., ''" >' -'
>
~ .      , /1   '
j 'Proiiipirdidive-i} ol p.iiei'l-
!������    i.i anv  p'i I of tii" Cilv,
REVELSTOKE, ���B>'C.f-?,
Joiiior    Uotiiilii-
,-~nntl Kihk -lo ' I.-
.camjijiBrlaiii's;
jemfedies^';/,,
Chamberlain's yCougti,'. Remedy.^
.,   For Coughs,' Colds, Croup and \Whoop-'
-ing Cough.  Price 25 cents;flargesize 50c.
vv. h ^y���.     ^ ,4   "<-:, .
~ Cha^mberlain'sfjColic. fCholera ���
\   and 'Diarrhoea" Remedyr^'"
For llowel Complaints.    Trice 35 cents.
;Chamberlain's Pain.Balm.    ;
1 An antiseptic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, Bruises, Sprains and Rheumatism.    Price 25 cents; large sue(50 cents.
,\ 1  *
Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets.
'   For tDisoiders of the Stomach, Livei
end Bowels.    Price 25 cents
Every one of these preparations
is guaranteed and ii not fully sat-
.isfaclory to the purchaser^ the
monev will>a refunded.
Wfr.
Standard reaisdy for Gleet,
- Gonorrhoea and Runnings
IN 40 HOURS. ,Cur.;s Kidney and Bladder Trembler.
.!   Hlib
j- w-eel
r   :���  il
d ��� oui y
"'���-������I'
\ J   li   ll       "i hl'V    ha >'C
j iti 1   c nii.ici, tbey
I tyl'Mllon- ill once.
a   two   million
will   commence
M,-
1,
i>
I*   -p"(niii)g
M.
V.' II-'
KrfUUII"!
���  \    -vi* 1, Mr   .ind
,-> ,1 ranch  it lit'. '>'( (it.'i'-s
. 1-.Sing l'ag.m '.he j.a?tir��i' f'^r old
. .inntr in t" '-'"-
-pe-r,t  ('nri-itina-'   with
-i-t"; in rf.111 don
i'.-dge    li.i*   j.turii'd     iii-,),-
I,' f-n fe r
oayba-.or
, ;   'i -md
���the    ha=
sou <* ti./i" working un (ii'I river
Ti1"- r'.iri'lay Vihool Chrittn as tre*
arifl "i !' rtaini/icnt givn in lb'
I'r shy ton in church on Xiriies "ve
v.i-. 'vrjthing to b�� deiired TlKn*
was a I'.nglhy p-ogMnniie and all 'vho
too): pait did their best, Hant11CI.nn
ntii.g the ,1! tract mn of th*" 'vcnmgloi
the cbildr( n Santa came on aft(*r
the programme anel I'ullilled lib irns-
;ie,n of (b->tribiition of prtse-nt-t to
e-vciy elnld and -nine- ginvvn up
people to the sntiiiactiod 'if .ill
kBY''S   OWN
SOAP
prevents   -roughness
skin find chapping-.
best for Inilet ,ii)d nursery use. 03c
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I ,iIRST GLASS JIOTfin in Uamlioine,
T li. CX. The largest and only Ihst-
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X ry fn .in* 111" nm-1 1111 at iv c in lbe- -
v.nilil." A |.'il--it. 1...111111I ifiin-'dv Ior
.ill "N.-ivon- .mil- M11-1nl.11 eli-eiist's, ,
Livi'i. Knlti"\ .u.il .Si.iint.i'b .iilineiHs c
.nd Mi'l.illie Fiii-i.iiinj.' A ��� ill ��� - 111 ri*
,fiu '".'I'll..1 T11.il I". . Iinir.", .Speeial '
lull's 1,11 ,,]l 111 un.. .111,1 11,1111*. Two ���
111111I-   iiiii,'  .mil   in |��;i 1   I'Vi'iy    day.
Tl-Il'UlllpIl      I Hlllllllll.lt .Illllll       Willi    ^ ri Ii
p.nlij ol lln*   win Ul.    An   e.\|ifiiencTtl  '
inn-!- ingei.
Halcyon Hot Springs '
Arrotv Lake. 2. C.
WOOD YARD
1 liiive st.iited .1 pci manful. Wood
Viiiii on Tbiid siiei't. Willi my past
cxpeiii'iiei* I hope to be in a position
lo sni isfy nil r.'ipuiHiiii'iits ot custom,
t'ls Mill and enrelvvoeid supplied in
nny lengths at 1 t'diici'd pi ices lor c-iish-
, K. SAMSON.
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BEATON
���
���i.
' Prom our eiwn Correspondent. ^   ,
7M. Beaton' who had his foot injuied
''sonic time ago, is able   to   attend  to
busiiiesa again.    As accidents   in this
part of the countiy .no of weeklj'j and
aometinies daily occiuie'nce','eveiy one
who follows   a   ha/.iudous   occupation
jshould p.ociue nrj.iccideiit policy.
.    Ten tons of Popl.u Cieek oie |i,)^��l
through heie last night on its w���y to
.the   Oystei'-Criteiion   stamp   mill  ,at
Camboine.    Aftei  the clean up of the
Oyster oie, the Lucky Jack, and  'he
' Swede group, oie-> will be milled si-pa
'rately so that  the'-tocKlioldeis will be
able to tell'ho .v, imicb each mine ayei
ages. .    , ' '/,
, Harry Ande son, win h.itl his Ii mil*
Vurncd a few days ago, rby i - ill
ejiiiiutiiy of gno .line , w-lnch ' he'
using igniting a , lamp is'able t
around .main.    ' ���" -
ARROWHEAD
".VIIS
be
it
'   '  Sunday Dee. 20th, 'will   long
remembered; as ������ Dry 'Sunday " nf
'  Arrowhead.        _ ���.
',,  The" Hig   Kenel   Lumber'Co   cut
���their fir.-t lumtier'on Tuesday.
'.[The .iirowheacl Lumber Co. Mill
Hcross the lakeufrbm hete.w.xs bin
" Bed to   the gioiunl
'abouteleven o'clock
old De Kovv mill which the company have been running until theii
""now.null i= ready to'slatt up.
. '���Standing rooin onlv'"-would have
lieen ib-olutel.v 'conect* it pasted up
roiitt)idc tlie Anovvbead scbool-ioom on
' .the .cvciiing   of   Tuo-d.iy.   Dec , "23itl
when   the  Sunday   Schooli enteitnin-
_mcnt.lvv.is   biought.  to   a   successful
teimination. ' ,
Mr. and.Mis'. Melrose aie to becon-
/m.-iiul.itecl .noon g-tlie   fact   that   the
* indefatigable way' in which ihev
TvoikeeP n net ting uptlns e.itei't.un-
nieut \\a~ tho-'oiighly'appieciatcd by a
Jaige and nthusiastic autbence A-
liesd o'f the Sunday school, Rev Mi
Olas-sfoiil was-picscnt, and ,we coined
'nil iipnii' tbrn . ntianee to the hall
* ' ��� At, 8 lp   in 0 the pei foi ma nee  began
with a s'liL'-by   Mi = "Mehose  who   us
,-'Peu.ithy Pr.vv" his bewitched  main
an  "audience   liei etofoie, "as   was.b'ut
light'mid pibper.' Mr.Mohoso joined
' lus wife ami delighted the house with
Lis c'og dancing.   We  think  we   nie
ceuicct i>- siyiinr that Mi. Melru'e, has
elog-ilaneed before.,'
*~   -'l be.i   loi low ei-.,, ibe  fan   dnH--b}--S
-young   gnU'^Tlio-e. wbo<v took    pir't
* wen-   lMi-sc's, J.;vte,,13 ulee, Ella   IV
.bililo. ,'M:iijoiie.Y   li.u'ee,   M..utle   and
.Mabel New iiiiiii S*telli Lvnnn.iis, Ida
���"Ken and Maij.-rie Gibson -ill drcs-ed'
.'a la Lipane-se-"' .Tilt- pefiiot way in
-nhiuh they we.-i tluoiuh the intucale
evlution- iif the ih ill niu.-t liave been
mn-c g"i.''tif\".ng to then iiistiuctu'��
Mis  Mehose j. ,
A little Liny in'v* bite, culled '"(.ihu.i
Colin..Im-    fben came belo-e the loot-,
light- uni sang veiy sweetly ������ II *nev
May in voui ov n baclv.uil. '
A ut nation by Mi. Glassiu.d
followed, and'was miuh app^ieoia
tetl. Wiliardand Manorie Cbbson
plea-ed lbe ciowd ��really bv '.-nig-
inu "' Uu-i'V ' % on me my Posev."
Cbaile-' Fias'ei sang iu excellent
voice and style "In God's Acie.''
and in le.-jonse to an enthusiastic
encore gave ""' The sweetest stoiv
e\er told." A dialogue by the two
Joe.-, .Melrose and 'Fuiiak. fairly
brought down thu hou-e. '1 he get
up of little -loo was irresistablj
comical. Mis Melio.-e iben tbai-
nied tl-e .u.tlit-nte with " SunfI"Wt*i
Sue.'.' in whiib s-be wa- as-isled 1>\
lbe g 11- M.ib'.i i J 1. iMcAi linn
gave   iwo   n i stations   in  hiol-tl.'S-
style, proving himself an eloeulio-
:'nist of gieat abilitv'.'
The pei form.inee was. brought lo
a successful It-mi n,it;on with a
screaming farce hy the boy-? those
taking' p.ut be ng Finnic. Ken,
(ineichant), _ Webster KleniuiL'
(coon), Dolply Lvotinais-, (a |t-i-
sjst.int b(iiik;,igei)i), ,\ni\ .Join.
Pltbiildo. (a still moie pei-i-U'tii
bonk-.igi'iii ) I he bovs ki-pl ilu- luu
lioiiig tun h f.i-l aiid tin iiin-'uiiiti
llie ill--i|Uii-a liinee among llie ll*'i-
ol-.Jiihnnv Piibaldo (-llll I liking)
hi might In a -ut'fes-lul lei mill,ii ion
nne ol lbe bi-fct enlci l.unmt'nl- evi i
In-ill in Ai row ln-.ul       ,    ,    , -
Iiiiini'di.ilcly .'ittei the'tall of tin
euriiiin "Santa Cbiiis"(iM i. (Jiaig)
appeaiei! ami dl-ti iblitt'd pie-i-ni-
litin) llie (Jbri-tiiia-s'tn-e lo old and
voune. oui own and 'only J.ike
beiiigA!lie" ii'uiineiH of'many gifi-
The net ieeeiplsr;inioiuUeil lo ovei
froOUO Hearty thanks sue din* lo
Mi-. J'io���i r nnd Mi. Tayhu, who
iioted'iis iiccbtiiaiiisiY
'      H. B., STONEX,
MACHINIST ' AND   GUNSMITH
j i
dpi osKc IVnli.i! lltiiel. Km iJ-iiiki-
L.ulie .md   G-n.'i.l  iM.u-lii'k*  Wml
1','iiinl.l iv      l-'s . , ii   . ,1 ,
PRESENTATION
To   Misi, Kenner  by 'her   Pupils.
���On Tue-dn.v altei noon, at  tlie home
ol   Mis.li   jiylaml, Tliini stiet-t, Miss
Kloience K'ennei w is mi l by a iiiunbei
, of her iiitisiu class, who assembled  io
J to tike t.uewell ol hei,'owing lo'tbt-
tin*;   morning [ fact thnt'sbt-will -buitly Ie,i\e Rev'iyl
This vvas the   stole.    Dining hei icsitlenee heie Mi-��"
Kennel    b ,s   pi nv en *��� beiselt1  a' nio-i
conipi'ieii'i .mil skillul  teaeliei and lu-i
kindlv   s} iiip.ith.v. for   those   to  whom
she  iinp.iiiee-   in-ti notion   has   diiwi,
Jeacln;)   and   pupils   vei v    'closely    li-
getlnl ,
'Tin-   cl iss   piesenteil 'Ml���    Kenin-i
v\iihl'.i  pan  oi   handsome   Oantleliba
mil,.i  liuil)dish     The   loHowing  ad
tlnss wis lead by   Miss   liva   Tliomp-
-iiii while Miss  D.iiSV   Uiouhait made
l     , * * ,
i lit- pie'-e'i.tation
y,     *,   Revelstoke, Dec'22 15103
Di.ii  Mis., K nner    ,^,
, A"e, ttbe nieinbeis oi join, class
having 'lo'iined ol youi intended
withdrawal Irom, our midst, take
his oppoitiii.ity et e\piessing oui
pioiound,iegiet that the pi cent lel.f'
tions vvb)ch hive so lonj; evisted
between, us'.ne to be stveied b\ yw
leinof.'il Iroiii Revelstoke ', We cannot
e.\piess in words the. thought- that
singe in our he.utsat the unwelcome
leflection that you aie so soon to leave
us Nor can we mlly reheai-se the
man} . things }ou have tangV us
'For while so-.skilfullv and ' laitliinllv
endeatonring ^to tlevelip in us a Ijve
io'i "mn ic,"'joifh ivc- by gentle woids
and noble e\ainple caused us to feel
that'  hie is -enI   lilt. 15 earnest  '
in lex)k)ng Ijaek ovii'the pa-t we
think^o! bow'earnest and diligent vou
have leen, -and fwhat Yin nispiiation
.void iintnnig elloil- hive been to us
Fiji tins we most -ine'i-iely convej to
}0ii 0111 thanks and appiecjatioiis
-���Ie ijO;.s'i tjood liLnltii until abort t    i vi*->r'
Il-OVV'lClil     OllLUtl  "iv ni���*. I)^*f' I-    t-'ii.
q il* Ui\ it Ikl.i nc.---i-*c .i.ui J -.- it - - 'li -i' 10 c
'i uu iilil.-d 10 iiv '. ,t.rv -,J 1 14.11 i ' a .i-v
Kt-iiyil I11..1I1I1 1I11.11 1-I111I I ticc ,--,l 11.1 1 '
v.i..ii. ind iieivoits. li *, ��� . -evi-ri* pm,- n tl" 1
i.n nit-.- v.ii-." write- ",,-. ni-ns,t:. ;s o"-v.
Tri-T,i ur Now Ct.,it i-v ,Cli-li .-4 I't 111 Sir.::
(r.)i'nit-.), Ili)-ti,.|, }i 11- 5..-. cjiinn.iti' Oi* '
vv-url, vv-incli lit-fort;  '1 .1 ��� cc   t.tl in 0 *\ I: ,
"OOll   SClllL-ll   lli.C ri   l,L 1VV   1,1"    .11        1   'Vl   '���(!
lo Iiy nr. I'mct-'s nv011.-; T t t,n;,it4-i, wi. ..-
scvcrnl of -n..ff.ic,:ii- i,rn-t. i -o 11 -nl J r*It
nil*, vvitii-n":i v^etl. '.;,.-,))t.titt. c i-ik-1 cl ..' t
p-ii-i-i i;i.itl.i illy tlie. .(-uti nml I, im ,1 i,-i tl
���tlifp VVithi 1 fm '".'ii* u*t.ks I . ,-tl roiiipl.uly
i(..ovt,retl riv l.t.iitli T-fc-r.il liniii i.p.mcv.- .
mv pn . v.lic'.i 1..11 t *l 1 v.cik litci il* i.Li--
111! 1 i'i 11,"v life .111 i-i*.tl iivcr:i-e ',-.ng*
1 i'l tilly cntl.,--.'    (>'ir    I'.dic ii'.* " ,
IJ 'Cior    i'n .c* -. ,r.\\ oiite-   1'ie r-ipl-.oii
r.sto l-s  vve.iU  .i:.d *i;l. v.oine-ii  lo *o ml ,
lie-ilili. by Cluing  ilie  local  v,n. n-il,  tiis.
t.1-1 - wlueli aie cnii.illy re-poii'al.li   for
the f uliirc of Uu* ucicral" IkiIIIi     A     iiinn s entire bemer is centered 111 'l,ci v   ���������
nidy iinmrc     When the dt'lu ue v. o.,i^i , .-
oiprnnisni   l-^nttncl cd   by elisei'e,   v. I . 1
ther.- is ltieirnl irilv ore cli��=apy:c'c.ihlc i'i -i'i"
Tihcr. infill!'nn,1110:1 hull's nnd ulcer- "... -v
th.; ire-aoral ne-.il'.li v, ,11 rclletl tin- pii,'-,i.
'of disease   mAinciLa-^i.icr wi il.i"---   rt  \
, 0111m ss, back iclie,' lie-.idaclic lo-s ol :.���>{>
tile and slei ok���silts- ���  t
.So 'urc of it i- the Woi lil'-. H.-sp-). .r,*j
Midicil A--"(ici.uiOTi, oi IbiiTilo ?;'Y , ,">-()
pui'tois of Dr Pic-ice,1- Faviiiiti- ."'rt-L ln-
tio-,: ih.it tlicv oiTt.: S.^oo reward fo: \ oiittin
'who ctii-iiol be Hired of I.eiico.ilif 1 j"e-
nialc'iv.c.-iki;t--s t'-ol-insn-s, or 1'nr.iiif-; of
Womb All li eyas', is 1 f.nriiind reasonable :n.il of lh -1- ii'.e.irs of cure
Dr  IJie-c"'- I'i   1-1111 I'ellels regulate the
.leiiiucli. liv.iT a.ni i, -.vels.
TIUVCIE
,S'. ,S\   "Arc/,;"
or S. <b'.   u'Lmi/i'itit
li, ll'l'ni;    l'-lut,|l      Vll.tvvl '       'I Iiiiiii-	
l.iiiftni'j .mil (-��� nii)ili\. t fiiinneiii'ii ie Oil   llll.
i'lll    Wiil-llli   I-   tlllllVV- ( M'lllttl'l   1 ��'| ii.iillni^i    ,
Liiiiii! .v.i'iovvlit.itl foi 'I hfiiii-i.ii'- bintlm-.
nnd C'tiiiiiiplix ttv 111-einilv 111  llik   nml l',k,
l.e-ave Coi-i-pii\ antl ThoiiiHeiu'- [.iiiilmi; f.���
.VllDWllt', tl 1VVH u tl.lilv 111  7.1 "ik   1111.1 IJ. I',k.  "'
.M.ikiiii; ��.]()��.��� eoniii 0I11111-   ��itli   .ill'    I'   li
ll.llllS .111(1  1)11.11- ' '
The owner-re-ei ve-rhe riirlu m fli.'n   1 nm.
of bailniKs v.'Ulinul not it e.     '
THE KIIK1J IIOBIN-ON l.t'MHEII t'll  LTD
,    V. flOHINSliN".
Maiiitu'iiiL' Iiii-fi  .it
OO^ATT STEAMSHIPS
Royal Mail Linos. -   ,
Cheapest Route to thc Old Country
'    Abb.W  I.l VI . ,   , '
li.i.r. lluhfax.'Pt.i I liiiul." New Vi.iU
I'toin "*l
I iim-i.tii
l',iii-ln   ,
I'l,  iill lllll
li I V   I I 1.Ill
.0 e   I!
lit.    2
J..11   .
.bin.  II
FURNISHING  HOMES
; IS OUR BUSINEIb
and Has Been for Over- '.0
Our
ir new Crunloyi'it jusi cti.i^i.s. ���
liiins 1568 illu.slr.itii'iis, nil ,,ricl.
more inlurmriiKjii ihun  cmi'd" ijc:'".
Years
"'! con-
ti
1.    ;;nd
'.".c:tl in
,1 week -, s
hoppir
.--s
\\
,-ICC
IUI
C(i;j
ic
is Iree lo vou.
WEIL'ER BROS..
'   '     , VIC COMA,- B. C.'i ���tt
(-nnil I,-
ii'iiti.ti.ini
CAN. I'   1
Lul-e V] ,���
l.il'.f C'llifl
l.il.e    11
,   All I.'i. K
Si.' Lnm- . 4
New- Yoi k
A'l .. V.N rn
n ��� 1
pi 1 11
vs  LIM'.-
N-n r;c;i; i- in ��� ( nv cmi in i -i i , a ,, -
ilttl'I tilt, I 11.It'll.I 'n ipplv '.lilii 1 ill' 1
Coiiinii���-o-i' 1 m J.nii.l- .mil Woil- In- i-pei .'ll
licen-o to cut ii.i-l , 1 iv 1 w 11 1 inlii-i t nun 1 lie
follow nn.- tle-ci ���'��� "1 1 md- -ilu in- ,i'> -ul., time
.ind one hull   mil--   nm -   i* ��� -mil lit-.t-t of
Viinvvhi'-id. II t -.iiili-iil. .1 ihiiiIi,.1-1 in in
of Uppti Ai tow la!.,' il-.i e.tit't >i i.* iiiintl Biij:
C'tiiiiinnncinie *r n ' <���-! uni m ,1 lilll) 11." about
one and out liilfi.nl f.iun I'.l'ini I'.ij, llienee
noilli SO fliini-. ihenfc vvi.-l sn (li.Lin*. thence
ijoutii SO cb tin-, i he-nee i-n-l to chains to place
di commencement. >   -    i       '
.1   II NELSON.
Dated tin* 27th dn> nf November, 1001
NOTICE.
To C'.nl'I h lrl'ioin-rii 'I lieodoi Toilef-cn and
, Willi mi .All. n in mv pei-on oi iiei-niialo
vvhninilicyiii.iv havu ,t-hi(.'i,ttl their interest
in ihu Yiui .il'.t giotip con-i-liiiK 01 Vikmjf
V.tlli.i'hi, Odin and Thoi mnici.il claim- on
hi^ cit-ek, -it,i.iic on the we^t-ide of north
,ii ni ot Unit i Aiiovv Lake. Lauletiu Mining
Dniiion. VV e--t Ivootenny I)istuet, Bnti-h
(*oluinbia
Yon .ne licioby notified that 1, (he undei-
-icnetl, hive t-%pe'iideil foi jou the'.inn of SSJO
in l.i' or. nn.no c-inetit-and leco.diiiKfecsiiiiGii
the- s.inl Viking, V.illi.ill.1. Odin and Thoi Mni-
ii.lI cit n.- undei the pio\inion-of lliellline-i.il
Vol .uul u wiiinn ninct.v d.iv-lioin the date of
lln- nonce vou fail or ictiitc to contiibutc the
aloie-nd si.in together,with all co-U of advei-
'isinj-1. Venn* Miieic-t in the -aid nnneial eliimw
will i.i-i nine the piopcitj ot lhc under-iKiied
uiitlti -ei-lion I of the Act entitled "An \ct to
-'Aiuenil tho Mnici.il Act . 1!K)0 r
Diitttl lln-, 2nd day ot Deci-mbei. ltHJ.,1
IJ. Ll. SI'AHKEY.
JlilVIIVMJN   I.IVI .
fl ..In...
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s -i.���i'lt'in .Vloutie.il
.     " Dec ��i
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...    -   - Jan. 22
(.'loin Sow  YoiJe.
.      .     Dec -23
; '    ' .     Dec .10
VV i'll'r.JsT.lK blVIC���Kioen New-Yoik.
i'euii.ine    - . ' Deo 2.1
Vi i   't . , ''    Dec. *2.')f
i.n in nne ' Dec JO'
1 UN.VKD LINE���Kiom New Yoik. i
L'liibtin   ' ��� . . Dec. 1!)
l.ut ,iu i " . Jnn. *2
H.I pn it, ..   .Inn. -2
I vi una " * ' ' . .I.ui. D
i i,-   i
P.is^enpei-B ticketed thiough lo nil p.uts ot
tiient iliiUun and Ireland, and at epcoially low
tatesto all parts of thc European continent
Apply to iicaieil lailuay or uteiimsliip iifent oi
to _ '       y    ,'      4       .
T.  W. BRADSHAW.   ARont.  Revelstoke"
(V. P  F. CUMMINOS. Paclllc Agent
E, B. EE)DY'S
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TH F' flWI ' RESTAURANT
I IIC.       UwbL First Street,
Hast of .MoUoiis lianke*    -      Revelstoke.
For your meals. ,Open day and night.
Meals 25c and upvvaid. - Special weekly
i.ites.    Good stji vice guaranteed.
YODO FUJIL' Pioprietor.
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"IIFAULIGHT," .-,IH)-.
������BaGLIS/'IOO^iiiiI 200-."
1     -'VICTORIA."'
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-LITl'Li: UO.MET." ,
FOR  SALE, EVERYWHERE
;   Are the'best that can be bought., <���
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"Don't experiment with other ancl  inferior brands.*
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' COMAPLIX 'if-   '
\nd now Miss Iveiiuei again we
tb'iiiik }t)ii ten al1 past fivouist and a��k
}on to iceept theae gilts a- a small
token ol the esteem and love in which
vim aie held by us. Vou aie leaving
ii- ye! yo" will not be loigottcn, oui
pi a v cis and e.unest, wishes fm .voui
futi'it- h ijipuiess will follovv vein 11*to'
���-oi" new -pbeie
Sis:netl on IkIliIi' ot the e.l.i-s
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uoveminent thioiisrhiuit the piovi-iee
lie-peaks lughlv of tbe new i.-ielei of
the libt'i.i! pntv 1. A M icdoii del.
Ileslaies theie is lunch di's.it's' u lion
in tbe Links nl the (o'.seiv iiivt* ii-ii;
at .Moliiule - aibiimi-tialioii and
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**BeriinerGran^phona
NOTICE i= lien��b> frnen ih.it i!i!rt> cl i\i ,ift��r
��!.Lir* I intfMK.1 10 <ippl> 10 thc Chief Cmnmi^-
��ioiier nr Liind-'.uul \\ork-�� for a-pi cml licen-o
to rut and c.ur> aw.i> timbei,finm thf followini;
dti<sULibti<l lauds on th��* \rrow L.iku- We-t Koot-
(jiiiix Di-tnct 1
,    No. I   *
CommeiiciiiK'.it a po-t" pldnutf on chc^outh-
na&t-idt����r the north-i ,i-t arm of Uppor Anow
Jj.i'if. about one nnlo we-t of i)cc(n\atLr L.ind-
nii:, niaiked l A. L \F Hall'- north caM (oincr
]�����)-!, thence south SU ch nn- thence wc-t .SO
chain*- thfncf noith i;0 chains tlunicc ea-t IsO
cliaiu- to point of coninie.icenn nt
Xo 2 ��
Commencing; at a post plami d on tlie t-.ni.th-
ei-t-idoof U.p north ci-t arm of Upper \now
Lfikp, about on** nnle \\^-t of Dt opwater hand
jiiir marked V Ij I' Hall- nmthwe-t coinci
post thence * a��t fcO chain- thoncf* &outh SU
chains thence \*e?z SO ch un- thence north v)
chain- to iKnnt oi coinmenc*m'*nt
D.itc*d tin- I~jt.li <\<i\ of Dtceinb' r I'KH
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NOTICE.
irncn that thu t> da\-?
&f>e Only
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It talk.-;, sinsri
Berliner Gram-o-phone
repioduces lbe Piano, Violin/'Piccolo,
riule, Banjo. Cornet or Trombone; Full Brass Band or
OreluMru: Chinch Choir or Chime Bolls. It will play
.1 \."ait/., Lancets, Quadiillc or any other datiLC. It will
M!*..-- ilviiin-j tu.el vSoii'^ or it-peat .Sermons. It Rives ll'.e
i.iir:-. -culiinental and coon ,song;s, as well at selections
!"io*..i Ci:.::tl,aud Comic Opera.    "A child can operate it.'
I* -i'i- (    1111 o phone   Utronls  nre   iind
1
ill sllllst.niLe ��� wilJ'
ilil   disc.��� 7 nnd   id   inches 111
last   for   years.
>15 to $45
ciiiiiic.*'. 1 * >''<��� '" 1" noon
Prices o.f Cram-o-Fhones
cc���-.plctc vvitK S Records
(.1111 111U.1..I foi fiwjr'ii-.   "It is iii.t,'e i/tCtindn."
Solo   o��   o.-cy monthly raymei��t"��  if desired,
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r^rtlculars, Catclon-o ancl list of Records.
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E. BCRLINER, 2315 St. Catherine Street, Montreal.
CANADA DRUC & BOOK.GO.
UrcVELSXOKE.  D. C.
OTTC-C 1- hen o\ j:ucn that thu t\ da\a-after
d.itn 1 intend to ippl\ to du ( luof ( otn-
liii-tioncr of Landa >nd Wor^ foi a special
liten-c to cut and c irr\ aw iy timber fiom the
rn.iouiiv de-cnbetl land-, -uu.ited in Wc-t
Kooti*n.i\ .
No 1
CfnnniencuiK .it a po-r planted on the pa-t
bank of i'.nirstdii I ic^'k aocmt fi imlos up firm
it- month la.ifkcd ' \\ T K.dl �� -outhwOat
corner po-t thence c iat -1(1 ch.'in*-, thence
noith 1'jO chains theacc w=t 10chain-, thfiici*
south ]T0 chain- lo | emit- of coininc nconcut
No  J
Coipaiencn^* ataipc-i plaute1nn tliu c.i=*t
bink of P.iH-r-TO'i Cre��'k ibout'j miles up Jio-n
ita mouth, ancl nnikcd W T. Hall ^ -outh e t-l
cnriiiT i>n-,t' ihrtice north J*0 chan.s thci.co
wc-t fc J chain-, tlionee -outh fcf) (.hair1- thei ce
* i-t -SJ cli.n.5 t * pomr of com npiiceinent
\\   T  H \LL
Dated th"_Mtht'n\ of December lf��M
To Trappers
Raw; Purs Bought' _   .
Cash Prices Paid
P.    B.   WELLS,
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Exporter of Purs
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dih  The'Best'House in Town,
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-Well Furnished    -, "Good Table
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Best' Brands of WINES; SPIRITS and^ CIGARS kept 'in Stock.   -
W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.
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.REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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SEE
Wing .Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
ancl Japanese goods.
The best'assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Tea sei vice*- "���       l-'lowei Pots   .
Plate-    ' Uinbielln dl.tuds
Hn-l.cts ,       Limcli n-vskel-
Cine Chans Sinol.iiiK.l.ie,l.cis
llitntlki'icliiti- bill* Goocl=.
GOLD FISH
Finest -took of c.indicM ami irint in town
Front Street.  Revelstoke
NOTICE.      --
VTOTIvji^ i- lierebs aivcn th.it llnriv (Liv-nfu i
X^ d i|e I n ic id to .(,)],i.v to ll( c'lirf I'm
ini--i"iier f.F I..md? and \\o-'s Uit t -[it-ci il
lict-n-c- to ci. and c.irrv avv.iv ii.nl, i-i fi om i lu*
follovviii^' de-="ril)"l l.u.d- -iiu,i,ed in VVc-t
Kooii'ii.iv
N't> 1
(*oiiiiii''ncii i; .it, a po-i nl.tiiie-fl tin the) i-i-i
bank of Fine-ton Cre-fk .ihont 1-' miles i.d fnnn
its mouth, and marked " V. J Hull - -ontli-vve-i
currer po-i,". thence ei.i-t 10 ch.tin- tlie-nei-
nortli 110chain- thence) v\e-t 10 cli.nn- thenee
-ouih W) chain- to point of roiiiiiie'iitc-nient
No '.'
Cnn.ni'dliiiu at a po-t plained on iho c.i-t
liaiik of 1'iiiK-tun Cr'uk about 1.'mile-tip from
it-ii.outli. tli'-nc" vvt���i lUcli.iin-, tliencu nortli
ItSOcliaiii-. th"nt" t-.t-t 10 chain-, th.-ncc -outh
lit). It.nn- to poiii. of ce.iniiit'iice'iiii'iit
V.i. HM.b
Datid the J(th d.iv oi Di-cmber. I'O*
NOTICE.
NO'iK'K i- li( relij t'lven lli.u tlnrtj d.i*,- after
dale I iniciid to niiplv to iho (*lnef Coin-
ini-sioiicr of Land- and Woik- fur .1 special
bcon?o lo cut and carrv aw.iv timlier fro-i the
followinu (ieitril.'d hind- silnined in W* -.t
Kootenav
No 1
C'omiiif ncniy ut a ixnnt plantetl on lhc cn-t
bank of riin;=toii Creek, about lu mile- lip from
it- month, marked ".M A McKnieiieV -.iiutli-
v\e*i corner po-t" thence c.i-t 40t,li,iin-. ilit rice;
north 110 chain-, thence weal 10 chain;, thti.co
-ouui IID chain   to pfdnt of comiii.'iicenient.
No 2
C..mnici)einir al a po-t planted em the wc-1
hank of Piniz-ioii Crook, about 10 mile- up from
ii- mot'tli, and marled "M A .\lcK.ii:uc\-oiilh-
ca-l corner po-t". thence we-t 10 chain-, Unmce
north li-0 chain-, thence e.i-t 10 eh.nii-, th'-iice
-onth.lfO chain- to point of coinniuiicc-inc'iit.
II   A   Me hAGUE
j Dated the 241 h da> of December, 1103
ABRAHAMSONfiBROS,    PROPRIE1
Newly   hiult       First-class in every're?)met.    "^11^
v, 4 Large Sample Room1".'   * ���
,     Rates SI.50 per Day -Special Weekly Rales
Queen's Hotel,'-Trout   Lake,  under   same- management.
ORIENTAL   HOTEL
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ably furnished with the'ehoicest the market
affords. Best Wines. Liquors & Ciy.ir.s.
Rates'$i a day      Monthly rale!
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CT.      ^A_H.BES,T   , STOJST^
F^lO^r'
Just Remodelled and Refurnished with alf Mcdern Conveniences.
Union Overalls,
Shirts, etc
Rooms in Suiti'-fivilli Bat lis and   Toilets aflat lied, flowing hfot
and Cold Water, inside Toilets on each   floor. Cas Li��/iftd and'
Steam Heated Throng/ionl ,    *'
J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,.      ���        GOLDEN, B. C.
COMAPLIX
CHIEF YOUNG,      -       -     " -
Proprietor.
W E   M A N U FA OT \j I Ui
A in (ins
bhut-.
Ov e-r.iili,
Denmi I'.iiil-.
Twceel l'ant-.
Cotton.uie J'.inLs,
.Iiniipe-i-6.,
Blouse-.
l-ailjineei-' Jacket-.
VV'niieih' .Ifickc'ti-.
H.u Uc-i -' Jacket-,
Olliiill.un Jacket-,
Mi-iion Klnniie-1 tin-
dpi vvcnr.
anel
Cook*'
(411P-.
C..iriieiiters' Apions,
W111Icis' Apron-.,
Painter-'and I'l.���.sterol-' Otn.ilR
Mackinaw Coat-,
Mackinaw Pant-,
T.U |>,!ll!ll!\
Ullninige l'.it'.-,
Horse illaiikets,
Tent-.
JCtc. itc, etc
Established lMt.1    Jiicoipoi.ited 1<I02
TURNER, BEET0N & CO.
li mi n:u,
WHOLESALE MERCHANTS,
Waieliotisoo, Whaif Streel. '
Faclory, 1 J3.iblion .Stiect,
v ' VICTOJIIA, B. O.
Best brands of Wines, Liquois and Cigars.
Travellers  to   Tish Creek will find e\'cell(iiu  uccomniod.uion*
at this Hotel.
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BURNS &. CO.
Wholesale and Retail
....   Meat Merchants.
Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:
<^^sse=^Calgary, Alberta
1--M** THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  , ji <  When, there   are   discords,  ���������etc,1 it is very often  owing- to  poor- strings.     Now we keep'a  -   .Iarg"e supply of ail   ' ,  ( f  ��������� "Musical Instpumants, ;.  .Strings and Fittings, "'  JKasie'Polios,'eft., file.  BUSINESS LOCALS.  ', . - r '        4,x.  Head C. li. Hume & Co's advt.  -' '  I   - ���������  Older your  hard/coal   from   H. N.  resident   dentist,  j i  shapes,  If vou live out of town 'just  ���������dro;-> a post 'card ancl we will  give-it prompt,attention.  CANADA DRUG  AND BOOK GO.���������  V'R3VELST0KE,,B. C..  - .     '     ���������  MARRIED.,   ,.,'    '  -  t  -* ij  UoM-Niu-iic-W.viui���������At ,.he'MSiii*e' on  ll"-'"jrub inst    by  the  Rev  >\V    C  CUier,   Ficdenc.    L'niiont' Itiisc"!-  .    Ling tn Annie IC.    W.i id,  A-hi;inft, II. 0.,     -   "' ,  both   nf,  , i - b :  LOCAL & GENERAL  ',   The  icjiiin   to   t-ho   eleoti ie, liiiit,  piiini will   be   completed   Monday anil  flight uu ned (in, iigam. .Monday  nj-tlil  t   C   .M 'Oreadv, the   well' knovn    nnd  pojiiil.u  limber in-peel in i if, the (T.P II .  Juis n-i^ned bis   position "lo   accept if  fiirsf-i-l.is- appniiitiiii-iituivit li    tho   Co-  Junibi.i    Kiver    Lumber "Co.., He .i.s  .succeeded div ,1 ' ,M  ."juw.ui. ,  Mr I'vni.of the Canadian Electric  -Conip ii'iv nt Vanctiuvi-i, wns in. the  ���������city i b:- ..vi-ek .hi.i iiiiiut; for re-w ltul-  ,ing'tlii',.ii maiiire of' lbe elect'ric liiiit  machine-. .The [il.n t will piobably be  ���������in sluipe to opci.iie again on Mondavi  .night.  The Telephone,, Company intend'  'Openiner lbe citv olhee. till inielnigbt  :tn(l chaining an,e\t.ia coiuineici.il rate  of 50Vents a month'. The cpmuan.v  will, nl sn, dm i ii sr l be cmning vear, put  in'a metallic switching device and a  who ict tu ii cu'i nit light.; thiough*  "thccily This"vmII nveicon-e Lbe hum  in the insti irin ut now ���������ii-.-vperienccd  ivlicn the electric light is turned on  BEAVER.  J-"ioin Oii'i Own ('orre-poiidont  Wm.   Ivobiiit-on   spent   bis Xin.us iii  'Beaver.  lUi.aiidMi*   N"  McC.iIIiiiii  have left  for Caliraiy,   Whimper.   Noith    l>av  Gravcnhuist,     Ttnonto      md      othei  points.  Jiii). liowden   iei m ned    bruiie   after  spending a fi vv il.ivn in Goldc-n  J. C.   Ss.iuudci-   anel    Syelnev  vveie in Golden List week  Couisier. *  Dr. W. J.  Curry  Longhead block.!'  Childiens sleds all sizes and  ri om 75c'. tip.    .Iijhn E. W'.ud.        "  "  You can get eggs>"fguaraiit'e'ed   fresh  .at Horace Manning's  at   50   cents   a  ,Io/.en.'  ,    ; ; ' .  i    i ,  For Sale.���������A cook stove and Souvenir  he.itei.    App-y to'B. It. Campbell., .  -  For sale,'cheap, second hand basc-  biiinor coal stovt'y'Apply nt KoorK.v.vy  .Mail olbe-e. y j ,,, 'rl  Ti.ivelleis visiting Hevelstoke will  Iind the best, accomodation at the  Ceiitial Hotel.'Abrah un-oii Hios. o*  For sale:���������$185 organ for $75 cash.  I'i.ino cn������iO lie-ally new Apply to  lLiiacc Maiming.  Lowncy's   Chocolates    , F.vuy   one  knows ,tho excellency nl   these good.-,  the si.iudiiid ol American in niuiactiue  'We have a-luil stock ol the veiy liesh  est lo be had.    lied Oibss-Duig Stoic.  ' W. J. George adverlisi-.s f. r expei ion j  ced hands and appie-itices foi (bess;  making., ' : , '  The St. Leon Hot Spiings has been  opened unit is now n-atlv to accomodate visitois,     '- ' u  'New fi'esh holid.iv funis fen Xew  Year. ,0:11   Hume it Co ' '  . Wlien\v;ou conic to Kcvt'lstoke h il  the Central Hotel' buVt.i t<ike you til  n , good hotel Abiah.itiisi.-n Uros  I'i ops'. '���������' " '���������  ,'  Ask  fm .I.oMiit ':  ines���������a'n CM iact tiu-ii i'be ll.igi.u'it  lloweis of Emiiooi���������very delicate and  lasting:    Hi-d Cin-s Di ug fetoie  Fie-b cntj Kiiuli-b l.enicd bully cut  iloiveis and n 11st let tie if ftii" lib I lil a v" die  uialli.ni. "O'uki e.n'lv" Ileiuv"- X.u-  s'e.ic.- and GiceiiboiisOs. '. .iiicuiiii-i,-  15. C < '      '       ) ���������     ; '-.-' !  Novelties'fin'New   Yen's gihs   f-,C  Ii   Hume it,Co - ",        t"--..  , (Don't f-'iget vvc "nuke ".loose-leaf  binders and coven- I'm all kinds'of loose  sheets, and loose sheet.- for any kind of'  cover Wcy.iio he.ie'qu lrley* fm everv-  tliing in a loose-leal wav���������Kootenay  .Mail o.IIicc.     - *c     .-  , Sec our nevv line of masks for Fancy  chess and Masr-uoiado lialls < 'ihey.iie  the latest out ������������������ Red Cross Ding Score.  Me-iiibers of the Revelstoke l'liil.u-  monic Society an'tl all intending members nicr leiiucsted, tn1 attend the fust  rehearsal of lhc opera -'II. .M S Pinafore" a; the lesidence of Mis*ll!;A  Hi own on Thiu.-d.iy. .Jitnii.ii"^, 7th lyui.  at S p. m. j .Ceiine All.'   -"  Read C: lb Hume '**" Co'a'advt*. on  liiistipngc of this issue.  If you have foi gotten some fiiend it  is not too late to puichase n suitable  gift. We h.ivf' a choice line oi stationery in fancy boxes which make very  acceptable piesents Wed Cioss Drug  St oie." ' "  Peters  >������������������)  '    i'  .  ;: be Queen ot I'm iii-  ing business, die also visited tbe  Okniiiigaii Lumber Co's liiill, in which  he is interested at Enderby.  'The congregation of St  chinch presented Mr. and 1 Mrs. John  Bourne with two handsome 'pieces of  furniture as a Christmas present,' as a  maik of appieciation of tlieir seivices  to the church Mr. Bourne is organist,  i The Shakespeare society will shortly  lesiiine its meetings. It is intended  to take up 1 the study of the tiagetly  "Macbeth!'again. The books ordered  have arrived' at the rectory where  members of the club may get them.  The pi ice is 80 cents.  It is not generally known that Sir  Wilfred Lam ier. Premier of Canada  and leader of the liberal party, is, ei>  titled to a medal for his services to his  countiy during the Fenian-raid, when  he shouldered amis in the Arthabaska-  Yillc"' vb'unteeis. Sir ' Wilfied has  shown in minypractic.il forms his  loyalty to his couiitiy " -      '  On Tuesday the marriage vvas celebrated at the i home of II. Cook, of  Miss-Kenner to D. Foy, of the Alberni  school. The ceremony was pet formed  by Kev. A. 13. Iletheiington. Miss  Atkinson was'britlcimaid an I A. 13.  Miller attended the groom." The bnde  w-hc was given away by II. Cooke: vvas  gowned in white organdie, ti inuiied  vvitli'satin and luce bet-Hie, and with  wientir of,, white loses. ' The' brides-  in'iitl was gowned 'in puil organide  iiiiiiined with-Mack applique. The  vvediliiig'i.bieakfast was sc-i ved at Mr.  Cook's afieiiw-hich-'tlie hrideand bridegroom left for the coast amid the good  vv ishes of thei) iu<inv'>ftit'iid':.'  Corporation of the City of  Revelstoke'^;  PROCLAMATION.!  What is Catarrh?  .SiueVk and swollen jniuis, sharp,,'  shooting pains. ini-iiii-iiur imi-t-lt*s  im i-i'St, no    .sleep���������thai    incui-   rlu-u .  Iliatisill".    "It'is ;l    *| illlbul-,1 , 'ill*|..|*c . in  fiuht, but i Oli'imb'-i'lain'- Pain li.ilui  lias,c-(iiiqiiered it ibiuisaiiil* nl' time.-.  .One v application >trivi*s , relief. Try  it.    All drugg-ist* sells it.'  WANTED  W  Hon*  I forupslairs win I .  UlloiL,   Ciiliunbi.i  \NTEn-A������i  -Applv   J.    Ci  House, Golden. ,'      ,  ANTED-Expeiii'iici'd hand-" and  ippi������n(iii*<;   for 'dressmaking.  Applv lo AY. J. Gi'oige.  " Public notice i- hei-ebv-tfiven to the electors  of the Municipality of Itevolsloke that I require the pre-ence of Ihe *inil 'elcctoih.tl the  City Clerk'- oltlce Cily Hull, Mclvcn/io Avenue*,  in the-aid city, on the lit It elay of January.'  l'WJ, al 12 o'clock- noon, for the nui-pose of  electm-.' persons to rcpicscnt Ilicm in the niuiii-  cipnl council as M.iyoi and Ali'.orm.in. and al-o  foi the piivpo-e of I'fccliug two Sclinol Tiustee-e.  The mode of nomination of candidates shall  hens follows: ,        '  'llie candid-ice* -dinl! heiio'iiinateil in writing;  llie wiitinu; shall he sub-enbeil by twottiteis  of llie iiiiiiiiui|iality,as |iinposer and -.i-contler,  .mil hhnll be delivcicd to Um lclinniiiK' oflicoi-  n tuny tunc between th) date of tins nnticniiiul  1 p. in. of the day of Ihe nniiiiii.ilion: and in tin*  event of a poll being ne-ei-Ksai-j such poll will  be opened on 'riiui-dav' Uu- lllh day of  Jiinuiiiy. 1!K),'I, in Iho (My I'loi k n ollkc in the  (Jnv of'itevelsloke. and Lept open between Un*  hour of nine iu tlie foii-nnon ami the hour of  half p,i-l -even in the aflei'iioou. for lakuiK and  recoiilin-t tlie votes of the elector- of llie said  Citv, of wliioli eveiy pei-on i- heioby iciiuiiutl  In Take police and umurii luiu-ell iiccoiiIiiikI.v.'  ' 'I lie pei-on- ininliHed tn be iioiiiin.ilt.tl for  nnd clue I i-el ns- Miiyor rlmll be miuIi'pin sous u*>  aie mule Hriti-h Mibjects of lbe full,ii|,'i- of  iwenty-oiie yean- and aie not ili-i|iinlilli'il  undei* mi} law, and have been for "iv mouths  iievl lueeediui? lhc day of nominal ion llie  ict'i-leicd ow nerd in the Liml Itegi-nj Ollicc  of land or leal piopeitj - in llie city oi lilt;  II--C��������� i-el vitliicon tho last inuiiiiipiil Arsos���������  uien'. Hull of One Thou.-.mil ])cl!ar��������� or moio  orei-auil above any nui-tcieil ineiimbi.ince or  clinrge. and wno are otherwise duly eiualilicil  as iiiunicipal volcrs. "  'l'lie pei -ons eninlilied to be nominated and  elcttc-d as.ildcinien shall bo fiueli piiiM,iisiis  ���������lie-male lb-itish ' Mitnecls of the full ate of  twenty one- yeais and arc not elUtiiialitiel  iiuilcr any law, and have bet-n foi'.-ix inoiillis  ne\t pifct'ilintr the tiny of noiiiuu.lion the  ieKHleiul owner, in lhc Luna IliKisliy Ollicc,  nl laud oi it-.il propi-ity in tlie city of lhc-  it-nes-ed value, on tho ln-t inunicipiil ,As-e-s-  iiient Koll, of l-'ive Handled Dollnit- or moie  over ami above any regi-tcietl incunibr.inci' or  chiii'Pit-, and who aiet olliei vvis-e iiuiilifietl an  iiiuinci[]iii v oteis  The |)i.i-oiis eiii.ilillc-d to be nominalctl for  and elected a- School Tui-lois sliall In- such  pcir.ons as are hou-eholilt-i- und bt-init iluti-li  -ulip cl-of tbc full ii|fi- of Iweiil.v-oni- yt'.-ii.-  niitl uii.ci-vvist-qtuibiii-il It, v oie at nil election  of .Sclinol'1*1 ti-tei-5. -   - t  Kiel v cnnd.dalc nominated *h.ill i-iKiuf.v bv  a vmi'iiiik' .iccoiii|]v.iiiv ,ii)j Uic noinimitioii  paper. In- con-enl lo-uth 110111111..1I011. e.\i rpt  111 case -iu ii pei'-ou bt-ab-eiil li-oin tlie iiitiuici-  liaiil.v when -uch absence-hall bo staled 111 lhc  noiiiinatiou paper. -  l-.veiy candidnle iioiuin.itc-il foi in.ijoi or  aldci inaii shall, 011 or bcioie the hour of Ivvn p.  111. of lhc day of nomination fuinisb the Re-  tui'ninte Ollicct* with .1 hliiteineiil-111 wiinut,',  -lioeifjunj the land or leal properly upon  which he qualities   ,  Given under mv hand at Revcl-loke this 2nd  day of Juiiuai}. 1901.  CIIAS. J. AMAV. <  JietiiiiiingOflieei  ;Xmas Presents!  ' -I ,  ,   " ���������  Now i.s the time* to pioeuicyi nice Xiiias present and to meet the demand-  ��������� vvc* have pliic-ed in -inek the famous '      ''        . '       ,   ���������  .Pairpoint Quadruple.Plate Silverware  .        - j  1      .       1     -������"* ,.        ,  beautifully dt'-igiicel and guanintoed not,  loi tarnish.     Come early and n  ,take ymu'i hoice of ilu-i-.1-tbi'V aie going fast. . ������        ,   _   '  IJi'sides Silvervv.-irt' vvc have R.-izois. Oin'vors und Knives in eases'  Foik*, Spoons, ^Laiiips, Skates Nickle Piatt*' Hollovvvvare*. and other  smaller goods.." Bi* sun* and examine 0111 show windows and see if we  cannot s-iti-ly you.      >- r .,  w. m: lawrenge  KOR   irAUDWARK,,  ,, OK ALI* KINDS.  |&4*-&#4'#,^41^'!H^^^H^S^ i  f^t^^t^t^^r^i^^^t^<^t^Ahi^r^^^r%i^Ah<^^t^^^^f^^  <*> * .'"   "   *   * ^L."       ".'*'      ^_Z  L���������T -r   - iZl'i.i.'J^      *" *   *   * i^������  E J. BOURNE,  f Boots; Shoes,, Men's Furnishings,  Clothing, Hats;. Caps,' etc., etc. c>  f Carss', Famous Maekinaws, German Socks, MittsJ etc. ���������. *��������� "' J  rim . ',;it '       11 fw?  Canadian-Rubber Company's Rubbers ,and Overshoes. ������*������  T   Bargains" in Boy's Winter'Suits and Overcoats.'' ^  rvtb    ' ' ��������������������������� ( rt   4, ' 1 .   ,' <$>  X     ''1''     '      REVELSTOKE STATION, B. ,C.      ,. il  eS) f$������(^, Ah r$������ Ah r$> c$������ r$iir$> e^> evfr������ r$, <$> ($������ ($i r$> f$������ (^i^^(^(^f$>f$������r$������t&(^������($)  Ah  Ah  A  Ah  Ah  Ah  i  ($������  Ah  WE LEAD.  , '-,  -       ..   .- ' ������������������i .-'-  It litis become generally known' thauVVilson   leads' in fine  Tailoriny.     Our New'York iminine o'ives tis the know-how of  doino- the  won  Social and Personal  ILiiiy Hovv.ird i- in from the   rjencl  E. A   liracUev left    Moncl.iv'  for   the  cast ." !    '  J     13     L'ivei-1111;.   of  sand on   -pent  Ohri-t.iia- with (.'. F. Lindm.irk  Fntl .Taylor  c.iino  ovei   110111 ICnm-  | loops    n*    -priu!    Chii-tn.a-   wuh   his  Hunt ''"'���������thei* J. 13. Tavlor.  !     M s: Hall vv-if leave Toronto   Tiies-  Liberal Association.  A general meeting of members is  hereby convened at the rooms'of tbe  iissociation, .Second street, for Tuesday, January 5th. al 8 p. m..     *,    ,  JBiisines-s^To elect,,delegates lo  convention to'be held at Kelson Ho  nominate candidates for Kootcn'ny.  constituencv.  1   -   *, '    F. li. LEWIS,  "  ,       , Si'ciolniy.'  NOTICE.'   "      ���������  \TOTICE i-hoiebv ���������'iven thai thirlv ilav.-ailei  l\ elate 1 intend lo npn'v to the Chief Coni-  nns^ioniT of Land- and Work- for a -pcei tl  license to cut and e,ur.v away cinibei from tlu*  lollowiiif; described l.iutL : ,,  .Sieii.uetl tin Ilnruoa Cieek. tributary lo Wat.  chon Creek, Lowei "Arrow Like, -Inrliii-; ai a  po-l maikcti " Jos Tlnb.iutt'- south-o.i-t corner  po-t.*' about TO ch nns'iip the creel: Ironi wheic  it elliptic- into W.itclion Creek and riiiiniiiK  noith lOch mis, tlicnci: vve-,1.11.1) chain-, Ilit-nce  -oulh 10 chains, thence e-.i-i, lt'0 clu-uis to point  of commencement,    i  .    JOS   TIIJH.VULT.  N.ikiiMi. B G ,'Deceniber llth, Midi, '  " See our display of Trouserings for the trousers season.  y-Otir Fall stock of cjoiicls has arrived: "'���������      '       UNION shop.  Fashionable  Tailor.  NEXT TAYLOll ������LoCI<7. ,-    .  M. A. Wilson,  Mckenzie avenue.        - '     ne:  SAMSON & PAULSON,   -  Painters, Fapspbangers, Signwriters  'KALSOMlXlNft   DONE.  Ouleis i*ec*-i\e prciuipt iillention.    !  S.*e.ind sLrei-t,  REVELSTOKE  Mi. Jl.u it-tt tr.ive a concerl in lienor ! (l''-v ,������" 'ier ,������������l������ -" Keve,?tuke- ,[er  Hall S.ituielav ln-t ! n,olbcr h'!S n',,cl1 lml������oved .  Mi.Ki.byi- -pendin- - <-.-<" -' ���������������"������������������������. i-nnerlv of C. B. Hume  weeks in Cranbiook.  ctiutiie  ot | .  -, . ,   ...      r,.,, .,  ���������( it Lo s   mei   Jht-   riidiifil.   oi   M'ssis.  Y'  \W������   s  ,     r      ,        . . , .' Jteid     it  M. I-. Leonanl is visiting hi- parent.- . t0 j(jr(ini,,r  at Salmon Aim.   - ���������     ,* ,,.���������   , ,,,  -     h.. vv iir'i iei  Mi.     11,11111:1."'01"   tioldfcll���������.ls \]="It'.ng, tr)n      1,;..*. :n'_-  iieiivci., i . ; fr.in,    i].f.   o;ve-r,iti,.:t  I),  r. t,iriied  ! ul iv", k on a   holiday  siuh.'ientiv      re-covered  i ironi    ll."*    ope-ratimt    vv mc!i he iiiid".-  "~     ==-=  r-^z^r went at the i.tj-pn.il  The Mn-loi Meoh.iuit - Pine 'I.n* Soap lual--      J   U. Di'!;*;:.;-, c; i lie  Y th- (.Vlum'ii.i  und-ofi.'ii-Hit'-kin. vvliiie   prouiplly clcaii-inif    r,,., K.-e"       ..   *-   l        ' ,-i  it of itiia-. oil.-.u-t. etc.    In valuable*   for  ne-    Llimb.-r Co    it.Mk-i-p.   -pr-ur ( hn-:-  cbanie-. t-iinii-i--, -nort-niuii.. I-n-i;..-imp'c on   ma--.it K7n-iiio ip-.   r-n    .,    v.i:    it, h--  UXT-OiST   CAFE  tioodrou it Vine-i'iii, Piops. '  E.-i-l ot Imperial 13.ink  -  Finest Cafe in  Revelstoke  t  Open All,Day-and Night  For Sale.  r At, H ilnioii Arm. 100 Acie= FriuLjind  Stock Liiul : .'(J tie i-h* clc.ii-eel. Applv  l���������A.S. HENKY. llisMim (Jii.y. H. C. "  THE HOTEL VICTORIA,  i:. E. LKASON.  < VICTORIA, L ' -       13. C.  ~-"-Aiiieiie.in and Eiiioi,oan I'lnn,  ."iiiieiii'iin Plan ?*!.(l(),ii)(lf Upwaid-  Slcain Healed. Sample, rooms. -  The Revelstoke Business College  Day and Evening Classes in the  Library Building.  PiMC-ticiiI     in-=liuetioii     i-     givi-n    in  Book-keeping, Commercial Arithmetic  Penmanship,   Correspondence,  Shorthand, Typewriting  and English,  and othei- subjects can be in-ranged for  FURNITURE  For the best and nicest Xmas'goods call   an'd see  R. H.  Howson ';& 'Go's ' large 'assortment" of ..fancy', Rockers,  Center Tables,'. Couches,  China' Cabinets,   La'dies Sec-,'  rctary.s. .'etc. "   , - ,     .  .       ''    ���������,,..'. \',r   ' ���������f   f-  r. Howsdisr & cd, s  Undertakers ancl Enibalmcrs. Picture-Franiinjr.  l ' I  J-* A - - *- wZxu  timmt,, A*i*mmnmmm        0BSnHBtav  leeeiptof Jo fm iM-l.iiri*.   .Vlbei  Co.. in.liiiiIaeUiiii-  Mnnlictl.  Toilet  Scap i  S!-t(*r   .Ml-. .1     K  0. II  ai fi   .\  M.ll i" ur Ln.1.11 ;  lorn <T    iiciii'     i  i.o  -I-  'ml tiu-ii C:\ , ]*tn, ,. ho'i.'i  th"   Feiiru^vi,  !     F.ilitoi W��������� .1 ��������� ml  i Fault-, was ni,ii--i'-l I i.-t vv-e-k   ,t.     Xcl-  j -em to .M:-s Am.: ��������� M   F nd    ��������� :'  (>'i,���������(���������!,- -  i vnif.fl.      Thr     Mail   .-vtt'inl.- i-.jii^i it'i- '  i lation: 'I  .     ("in    .Monday    Md     Fcf'te   .-nal     'i.i  Kn.ipp ii'lt n'i  i    i-i( i.iib-n i.'.d b'ui <��������� ]  I iu the f 1st   t!,i  I  i -ne  I -till. (in'     ami 'I     i.llil  |     , . NOTICE.  \~0T1CT  i.   heiebv (,'iven  Unit Unity ('njs  , .>     -vft"i- dale I iiirend to npuly to tho  Chief  I' O'linu-MOner of band- and VV'oi-k- for 'i special  ' In ��������� n��������� Joint anil  cany away timber from theft, lit, twn,' (ii-ei ibid Iiiik!-. vi/. (  Cn (iriicntiiu at a !<o-t in.irked "A  G enellc-  ,                   iiiii vp*i  corn'T pu-t    at Lhc fool of   L'ppe't  I'.'iiVii      '*������!'/      IO'Aii-m   I.ike -in  llie .-i-t-niu runniiiic eu-t ?u  i . i i*n-   thi-nce no til S-) chain-, llii'tiei- vvt-i ,-0  (iiiiu-   more en- I,--'  lo l.iiee -hurt', llicn   iu a  -i,' t ,i rb direction ,-t'i ebaiiib moie* or h*���������. follow i i.; lh" b mk of lhc Columbia rlvi r to poinL  of i oimni nt cint-ni.  a. ri F*.N icr.r.i:.  Vi-i'if. ii. c, I ec-'vil.cr Kith". l')'Vt.  Vir,1,-  F    ,!   hi)������-fin  mi    i  ',f   th"  ih. :r  Choice Christmas Goods at  orace  .' i.n,; i . I n,..-! -  if. I'i 4i idem e.  It  I  Isn't It Sweet  Such ,i ili-lit-,ili-. i.'liiit'd t-ilui It*.  frafri nne t- i- -in pa-seel onlv by lis  histii*tf e111 till ii s Th" 11 in-I'ia^inil! i*  of tii" bit.���������tiiim fi mn whit b l In- i'X-  tiac-te ;n .��������� m,ulc is s,i pl.iinl v elistin-  gui-ih.ibli',i- In In* di'hghtlul tu the-  (liscn'miii.il ing line er.  Ask for LORNA  Tlif Qii^cn of fVrfum**-. (Kr.itrr.irit lUwr*  of l^xniorir ) VVr* .iNo r.irrv i full liw <if  * ,oI(.mU'*s irirliiflim; Lit'' (i'*w rtdor f>irt\li-  L,t IV.ific-f Wv*<i, It.ill.in VimIcH, etc Al-o  f'i\fjr'-������ I if Trcftf Ine irn.il - n vrr\ fr.i^r.mf  ;uid lasting odor  RED   CROSS  ,DRUG STORE.  J. A. lli-e-Kii.vvi.  P. S -,\ full bin* (>r NEW MASKS for fnnrj  tln.-^s mill miisi|(i(.'ni(In bulls  .Did  i'l' tut  -ti.'l)^    r,'l t     -  , l,i in. ( -it '    :1 ii-ii  I i-ii-t-i uni        i h" t>|.i ,  , nnd V."   M    i,ri,i. i-e  i- candidate n  (i. .Mi-fi,), n irk Ji   I'  w i* in Arit)-,- In ��������� 1 --���������  I" iivj:  in id'- t.i  I ,1  'In'   I.   :n/r ii  if II. A. Iii'DiV.-i  i.i-.i ' nn i,i'..,ned  .,l" Oiii.'ii, Out.  we k 1,1' iii'iib* r.  ^ NOTICE.  X'fiili i: 1- lit-ri-l.v Kivtn tliat Iind d,iji  .> aft'r tl,i|i. I inn ml to (i|ij,Ij to lliti f'li (f  i omnii".mm r of l.mi'l-i nnil VVoi-ki foi nipce nl  *', t ii-** ;i, i in a-i'l , tny awav tinilifr from lie  to i ,.v|'u (le-erib* d land-, v i/*  -tir-lr.ru t po--' lu.ii I., -tl "A Fl.int'r -miLli  vv. -t toiiier p,/-l. -.iliitt'd t,n '(ii-tii^i nidi of  I pt������'-r Art-o v Like, about ihri-e mil' - noitii of  N'lrf't-'i rnriiiiii^ lh."icc -ii 'ii.inirf. ti*l. lln nre  .ioii.Ii 'ii iviiriiiit., il.i in i tw .1 f)) ,'lntlii-rnoic oi  J. - i, i ti., .'nirc. 11 ".!��������� -oinli --il i b iln-i inoic  ������t !, - f.,l!o.vi:i.' liK- eliure to point of nun  iii-n, ��������� tu( ii*.  A. J'LA.S'T.  N i.u.p  li. ( .. Ih.i uii/r JI I. rut.  Tom   Smith's    Crackers   from  25c. to $1.75.  Christmas Cigars at $i a box.  I. A; SMITH & CO., Agents, Bevelstoke,B.C.  ���������"OO-OOO-O <X><><><><>^<><>^><H>0-<><><><K><>-Q  CRITICAL  Fres 1 Home-made Confectionery.  NOTICE.  /TlUoLI U|J       DI Uu. , vr/ircH 1   li-r, ()>(,���������������. 11 If. iltfnri/fl'iv- .ifn  j -1^    *: di' I ir,r.-',tl (,, ,tji|i!> tn tl],'('),i,*f ( ,11,11111  Cc-litn-,, ni,.������.i.i��������� ff,   ,   I   -"'."!���������' f  l.lll'l*    lll'l   Vtdrlf-I for .1   -f)l*f lill    la-en-  Sanitary     rlUmDing,    nOt    t��������� ,���������.' ,-,l.. irr>,iA-i>-fi.iiil^r.rrom_rhcfo)lowiii  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures jj,fn3" Put In.  I I irs'l- -1111 ii'-'l 111 W.-*t Kooi.-u ,>  N"  I  ('.mini.ni-11^ net  |,"-r   f.I u.t'.'l   ������,n  tin,   cut  I, ink  nl   I'liiL'-t'iii   1 r'-.-Ie,   eilv.ut II   nnlc   iiji    ' 'run. it- nioutli  ,ii,d in 1 rt,,'d   * .flirt    ,\If-K.it,'il'. -  ' j -.Hirli vv. *i r,,rtn r iio-t '. ih.-nc, .m-I   I'i *'i, ill,-,  YZ\n*l~m.r.    f 44...���������^      rv������^,������    D.,11*   ���������_,,!    tli"ne" iinrtli l'/l.'��������� iiii*   tlif'HC   ".'*-.t   HI 'Iiiiiii  blectnc Lamps, Uoor Bells andiri,-n,.. .���������.uh i,������ rkuiMtopoait (.fc.m,,,,,,,,,  j (ti'-nr   ,  No. 2  ( (,inn,,.|irin({ nt, ,1 iv,-.! plalid'-l rid Lh') 1 ,-.1  I, ink of f'mtrHton ( rc-le, about 11 niiiu. up  from IN mouth, lh,'net writ 10 (-hnlitt IIimii,-  norll, 1*^11 l,,iiii-t, llicn^'t en-it 10 ,'haiii- llinni'ij  -o'lth l*/ioii nn, lo point of (Oiiuiiciicouii'iil.  JN'O, M, KUMM'.  filled lliA-Illli du of Doc" iib'-r, I'.'ll  Fine ^sifn tnic-nt ,of  Christmas (lift?.  J. Guy Barber  Mf?r\  :s^&^i'  a8f^j?i  Ev.iiminiitit)ii of Suits iind Over-  coats in iiiu'stock always pleases  ii1-���������und rarely fails to please the  other inaii. Fashionable goods,  properly cut, piopurly (ailuied,  pioperly pi-iced���������these things, we  guarantee, you. Don't order  your clothes* until you have examined our block.  . B. CRESSMAN  AlfcvT TAILOH.  JEWELRY  DIAMONDS  WATCHES  and a  ( ompletc- line  of the  GENUINE  ft. ff  Second Street, Revelstoke  "1847  Rogers Bros."  Knives, Forks,  Spooii.t, etc.  I'.ye-l ciirifiilly c-caiiliilid  nml  prop'-rly fitted to tlie N-itt untile  Kcpalrlnie. V /        \^__y  J^LcJML^fEBlOJSr  "Blacf^smith and  Wh e e Its* righ t.  Will open next week in R. Gordon's Block, Second St.  A first-class assortment of cutters from the celebrated  factory of J. H. Armstrong and Co., Ctielph, just  received and on sale,���������  Neatly and   ���������   TJie Kootenay  Expeditiously  Executedjat   Mail Office.

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