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 m  ay  Ik  i i  li'  rfa^ufc^atiatBnmmjtrftj/atCiSTtri 'lyi���������' n7JTnig^7iaj^py5^g!gyfci.|^. .n*  Atl 15 lS-05 ,   ^~  TOi  ,4/ "  ���������*- o,  READ BY.    .  :   5,500    ^  ������������������*���������������������������-'���������--  roRiA.C;   READ BY  ""-"-  5,500  Vol. i'l.���������No.  42  REVELSTOKE. B. C, JANUARY 14; 190/  $2.00 Per Year.  LEADING: STORE  IS  BUT WE ARE HEBE  RAILWAY  IMPROVEMENT  "Ci ���������  K  Is*'  "with ;i beautiful selection of,;Xin;us goods for anj of your  .friends or relations and, now is 'the time t'o do' your'selecting', while the stock is' complete;    -The following 'tire a few  of the lines.   ���������,''.,      "' \  '  -Belts'and Collars,for-Ladies     ':  Our display of fancy   J3clls nii'il   Collars is the   nicest we j have  yet shown, put up'in sc])tiriite boxes.        ,, .  ' . " Handkerchiefs for Xmas;,Gifts-;   ..;���������'  Ladies Lace-edge, with Lace insertion, 25c lo 50o,' .. ���������'  Ladies White Lawn, Irish hemstitch, 5c to'25c.    ,  Ladies Fancy Border, lace insertion, ,'!0c to 50c.  Liulies Fancy Silk/with and without initial  Ladies White Linen, hemstitch, in beautiful   padded boxes^offhalf  / dozen, from-60c to $3.00.    *'���������     , "'',,*      '    <"'''.   ff-  ���������  '-'"-'���������*    .,'      Linens ,.]-., . rv  ',' ' Towels, Napkins,'Table"Cloths, Tray Cloths, Sideboard -Cloths,  ���������Blenched   Damask's  ancl   Doylies.'-In-these we h.avc all the pretty  designs in Teneiiffe'and drawn work. "     .   ���������'        ' '"' ���������.t!<. ,*  ,   - -  - * yy     '���������* .       *-���������   <~,  Wonderful Xmas Novelties of .^Beauty and  Useful=  --   {  ''  -ness iii Leather',rGoods. - f     *.-r   '  ;���������  , .    ���������*.',������������������ 'Xmas Gifts for 'Men-"' '-"--��������� ---'''  .   s- ' *l    , 5  Men's Plain and Fancy Silk M it filers and Chest Proteetoas.  ���������Men's Plain Linen- Jlemstitched  Handkerchiefs;-half-dozen in box  'Men's beautiful Silk Ties in separate cartoons; ''.,.,,        ";  Men's Silk and Satin hand-embroidered Suspenders.*' .    rf- ���������  '     These are,only'a fevvf of  the many \vs-can show you', but-any:  one of  lhc  above  given  as a gift is reasonably-sure of hitting the  mark, and ,we invite vou all lo come.and inspect our stock.  -4        -        . " , 1 * ,,     , ' (1  New Idea'Patterns!!' !~ ,* Dressmaking Department  iMcKENZIF AV1DNUE.'  ���������'-���������fl  "������������������   I  l  -          vfl  1 1   ���������  h i ,t,  i.*;'. - .���������������������������  ������"���������������    '   -    I  Is >���������'       '  *������������������  i                 c  .Mali-'-  Order'  Dept.,  CBrHMeYS  -.--Write-':  '-For  Samples  .   LIMITED.  .    DEPARTMENT   STORE  Underwear Bargains "   \  ������* *���������  Warm Underwear���������a line of Hoys' All-Wool Slanfield ���������  -.     Regular pi*ice*90c. Selling-vat' GOc.     Fleece   Lined���������   '    ���������  Regular 50e.- Selling at 25e.    Union Nice Soft Goods,  all sizes', and will fit boys from 5 years old up   tp .11)  years of age.    Selling at 25e. to 40c. "^  For Men and Youths:  Women's and Girls'Skirts  ������ - ,. i  This is a Mixed Lot.  They are well worth looicing at.  ,If you need one in the next'six months we  will  give    -,  ,  youonc-third off tho regular price.    *  One-third Off for Cash.  Children's Dresses.  Here is  New,.Brick Station to,be Built  for .Revelstoke���������Extensive  " Improvements to be- Carried  out on Shuswap arid  Moun-  , tain - Division���������The S. & 0.  Branch and the Company.  It is understood in. niilwny'ciicles,  though the matter ha, not yet taken  (illicial shape, that the C. I". Ii. will  spend n large sum in iiiii-rovciuciits  nut ho Shuswap anePMoiinl.iiii division  and at Revelstoke this year. The,  resident engineer, .Mr. Ford, hiisli-en  busy for sonic time nn plans for a new  fetation antl improved yard accommodation at licvelsloke to meet'the increasing trnllic, iind appropriations to  the extent of $1,700,000 have been  asked for thc .Mountain and SIiumviiii  division by the superintendent in  charge,-Mr. Kilpatrick., While these  will not all he grunted, it 'is stated  there is no doubt about the "new  station and yard accommodation being provided at Revelstoke Ihis year.  The site ��������� selected for the ��������� station is  where Bourne J3ros. old store stands.  The- building will be of biick and  stone and is estimated to co=t $25,000.  Thc-sidehill will be cut away onuhe  north s'i'clo of-the present station road'  nnd Ihe'm.tiii track will pass through  the site of the present iMcCnity block.  The yards- will be extended ��������� and  additional tracks laid. ' .Mattels for  regret in the arrangements are that  the ttation is not, to ,be built on the  south side of llie- track where the  public convenience would be much  better suited, while the convenience of  handling" the south train will ,be no  better than lit present. The situation  of the company's ��������� hotel is one-objection the' company have to taking  their station to the south side of the  track, nnd'another objection is 'that  such change would stand'in tho way  of thc proposed yaul arrangements.'  The deviation-bf the lhaiu- line at  Clnnwilliam was taken over by the  company Christmas week, and is a  gre.it improvement to the permanent  way. The portion of the line through  the Eagle pass, which proved most  dangerous on account ot snowslidcs,  is avoided'1 by the deviation. The  grade over the-sumniifc of thc pass has  also been considerably reduced., --��������� 7 -  ". Another piece of track will be' biiilt  in the Eagle pass this winter to" still  further improve the road. , ,   '";"  Steps will(be taken to remove the  rest of the wooden bridges on the  Shuswap and Mountain Division \liir  | popular demand for a daily, service  I under piesent conditions, and the only  I'way to get it i.s to get after the provincial government to amend the ngiee-  mciit for the npe'ration of, the branch,  and to urge the doiiiiiiic'iii'govcriiinent  t, help with their mail allowance.  Thai i.s work for Duncan Ko������s, M. J',  and J'rice Ellison,' JI. L. A., and it i.s  up If* them tp do their duty in their  re.-pect.ive spheres. " .  BOARD OF  TRADE MEET  VISIT, OF C.P. R.  OFFICIALS;  , i>    t ,  , -        i  A private conch attached to u the  local cainc in Weclnc-day over the S.  and 0. bringing the following C. P. JL  oIlici.iL . A. Piiec, Snpt. of triiiih-  portiition, Winnipeg; ll! It. .lamiesoii,  geiieral supt. western .division, Calgary; , Supt. ICiljiatrick, Kevulstokc;  and )V. 0. Miller, fciipt. car service,  Vaiicniiver. ; 'The ''Vice President of  the-board uf Trade had''an intciview  with the railway men shdrlly before  their, departure . and, 'called their  af.tention to the poor mid iiicllieieut  service on the'S. und'O., but Mr. Price  declined to go into the (-uestion saying ho had nothing whatever to dq.  with the niattci*. ' The parly returned"  Thursday.    . y     '      <  ing the coming year and replace them  with steel structures, "this work irivintr  employment ,to  men.  ' Good progre.-s  large  nuiubcr  is being   made with  the tunnel at, Palliser, which will   improve tlie'pcrmaneiit way there, and a  across  to lit girls from  t line of Children's Dresses made  (5  to   10  years,  lined   all  through and nicely trimmed. We sold them  at4'L50 up till now.    Vou  can' buy   them  at the low (iguro of'$2.50.- '    -  Ladies'  Fashionable  Winter Coats.  We have a few Ladies' Coats iii'Bhick arid'  Dark (.irev. Sizes o(3, 3S and -10. While thev  last we vvf 11 sell -$ 15 Coats for $10. $10 Coals  for $7.50.  In Our Grocery Department.  Our collection of Staple and Fancy (Irocories cannot be surpassed in the Province. The continuous selling we have here  insures everything being fresh. If you arc not one of our customers for Groceries send us word and wo will call.  i  LIMITED.  allIll^ilii^^amTlg5^flfenwWim(^faJ^J^^^^ll������^t^S,  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  CiiliiliilAiilliunt-oil, $1,000,000.   Capital Paid Up, ?.-i 000000     Hoit, S,,000,<XH.  Head O'licc, Toronto, Ontaiuo.  Hriinclioi in tlio Neirtlivvoit Torrilnrio-,, Mitiiiloliit, Ontiirit, initl Citiolioc.  Aud   tlio rnllmviiiir |it,inls  in   linlisli   Coliiinlii.i:    Cniiilininl,-.  Goltluu,  NtiKem, Kovolsleilro, TriiuL I.aleei, Viiiicniivor antl Virttiria.  T. it Al 1:11111 it, L-niHiclotil. n. It. Wii.kii;, Vipo-I'rcidont and Gniioral Malinger.  H. IIav, Assisliiiil.CIeintiriil ManiiKor.    W. llorr.vi, (ilnot Inspector.  Revelstoke Branch, U. C.���������A General Banking Business Transacted  SaviiiKs Jloiiiii-linont���������DoikihiIs Itocoivocl and Intorust Allemoil.  DraHs mild av-.iilnlilo in all purls ofjliiniitla, IJnilinl Sliile-, and Europe.  Spocial iilloiilitin leivuii It, cnlloctiuii-,, ,V. 1-1. Piin-i-.i. Man.ii;or.  new steel bridge will, be   built  the JCickinghorsc river there.  The laying of 51 1-2 miles of SO lb.  steely on the Shuswap arid TMoiintain  Division has just been completed, so  the division.-is now l.iid with heavy  steel from Laggan lo k'ainloops. The  district engineer of this division, J. X.  Fordo, has had a busy time of it getting out the season's estimates, and  has a heavy season's work ahead of  him.     ' >  S. & O. KAII.VVAY.  ,."\Yc have been at some pains  to .ascertain from the O. P. K.  their  views  on the  Okanagan   service,   the  prospects of a-daily train this winter, and  improvements in fcrnflic arrangement'-.  We have given full expression, to  thc  views of the valley, and it is only  fair  to both sides  that  the  C. P."E.* view  should also be known.     The company  recognize the service is   not' ,what   it  ought to be, .or what they  would  like  it to be, but they point out  the S.-  it  0. branch does  not   belong   to'then)  and is being operated 'under  contract  with thc Provir. -ial Government, who  control it.   "The road vvas poorly built  in the first place and  will   not stand  heavy tinllic.   It was enormously overcapitalized, and has to pay inteicst on  a.summuch   larger' than   its   actual  cost of construction.     The  company  has no title io or interest in the roiuf-  hed beyond that of temporary  lessees.  If thoy owned the road, or had a  title  to it for HiUicioiit  length  of  time  to  warrant it.   they   would   rebuild   the  road, lay heavier steel, put in improved shipping facilities, aiicli as slips at  Okanagiin Landing to enable them to'  handle freight better between the train  and steamer, and would  put a  better  engine and  ee-iiipinent  on   the  road.  As to a daily service in winter, a careful tally of ti.e traflie.   the   company  -Jontend, does not   wiiriaiit  it.  from a  btisines.- point of view. though its nil-  vantage to  the district   is   admitted,  e-pcciiilly as icgards the mail   service.  This matter was  fully  gone into  between the olliciiib of the company and  the  railway  commissioner.-.,  and   the  comniis-ioners   recognized    the   only  way*-, of arranging a daily service were  by the amendment of  the  agieeniiiil  with the   provincial   government  on  one hand and a subsidy from   the dominion po.-tal authorities on thaotlier.  The commissioners   promised   to   lay  this matter hi fore both governments.  The company  contend thc  S. it O.  is not a paying line  lo  them.     Thoy  get 00 per cent, of  the   receipts  and  thi- i- no more than the cost of operation over their system, without allowing any prolit.     Tho line is given full  credit for it,-  passenger  revenue   and  freight mileage.  On thei-e statement-  it  is   hopeless  to expect the company to concede  the  ��������� ���������'��������� THE WAR.   -;  Japs After Baltic Fleet���������Dis-  - aster at Port Arthur���������St'ren-  ..  gthening'   Japanese    Main  1 Army! -   f  '  r London, Jan. 9.���������A, despatch from  Port Louis, -Mauritius;-"to the Daily  Mail says-i^ /'Nothing-'lias been seen  or heard of thc liussiim'second Pacific  squadron. It is supposed it' is sheltering either in.the harbors of Madngas  car or off the Comoro Islands.  "There are mysterious rumors beie  of the approach ,of Japanese cruisers  and of the receipt of "strange wireless  messages." '���������'' ~ ,       ,;  ,. London, Jan.* 10.���������The "Daily Tele-'  graph's correspondent^ at Che Foo  telegraphs-, that the-Japanese consul  there .had received news of a disastrous  mine explosion at Po'rt Arthur. ,Thc  same correspondent states that 'a  large portion of general Xogi's army  had already ,.hurried north to Lino  X������-ng. ���������   t.  The Russians lost 10,000 men in  defending Port Arthur.     "*' '   \  Huanchan, Jan. 9.���������News of tho f.ill  of Port Arthur vvas received-first-'unofficially from Japanese who let loose  paper' kites , bearing , letters "and  triumphal inscriptions. 'These .kites  were picked[ up by Russian soldiers  who received the"t ''announcement  doggedly.  The, Russian .artillery is 'steadily  pounding the Japanese- line west of  Sinchinpu ' and about Bailashu and'  Sintungluii."  The .Japanese are using balloons'  to locate the Russian batteries which  have been causing great,annoyance.  Japs made two unsuccessful attempts to break the,Russian advance  lines.    ~ *  There is a' growing ^sentiment in  Russia in favor of pence, tlic-ut-li a  section of the Russian press urges no  surrender.  Vladivostock, Jan. IL.���������Addressing  his men Admiral Skrydlotl'-said there  were liable to be" important ���������developments soon in the region of Vladivostock and he hoped in case the town  should be called upon to stand a siege  the garrison would emulate the devotion and heroism of Port Arthur.  Tokio, Jan. L0.���������The navy department says the' district covered with  submarine mines had a radius oT forty  miles outside of Port Arthur. It reports the destruction and explosion  of 395 of these mines.  TRussia)is sending a third squiidion  to the East.  Tokio, Jan. 11.���������Information has  reached certain reliable quarters here  that-Russiin generals in Manchuria  iire'losing confidence in General Ku-  ropatkin, and that thc Russian situation around Mukden is a serious one.  It is feared that if Kiirnpntkiii nt  tacks the Japanese position along the  ohakhe riser he will court disaster,  and that his further rctieat will menu  the demoralization of the army.  This information goes on to say  that there is constant bickering at the  Russian headquarters n Manchuria,  and that the soldiers are discontented.  The information alleges thisNs undermining the morals of the Russian  army, and it is pointed out that recent  skirmishes and outpost brushes indicate the Rustinn soldiers are becoming disheartened, as thoy do not show  their former lighting capacity or  qualities.  'Phc siege guns to be sent  In   Manchuria from Port Arthur will probably  be placed in advance positions for the  purpose of e, nbling the .laps  io  she  far into the Russian lines.  FIRE AT REVELSTOKE.  BOARD OFTRADE  CONVENTION  Subjects to be Discussed.  Among the.subjects to be discussee  ,it   the   forthcoming    convention   of  boards of trade arc :  Organisation of department of mines  as branch of thc dominion service.  Imposition of'duty on rough lumber coming into Canada.  Encouragement of production of  /.inc.  Piesei vntioii of forests I'limi dt-.--  truction by tires.  Cancellation of reserves upon lands'.  Greater attention to surveys of pio-  vinci. 1 binds, with object of guardian  against the issue of duplicate titles.  Assistance to Coast to Ivpolt'iiaj  railway and Kootenay Central i.i il wn y.  GENERAL NEWS.  . lodge ICil In in succeeds /\. Ci. Minnas chairman (if the railway com mission.  On Wednesday afternoon a liie  broke out in Mrs. iMcKitirick's  restaurant on McKen/.ie Aveinic. It  vvas caused by an oil .stove which Iind  been left burning in nn upstairs room.  Thc fire got a good hold but the  brigade was promptly on the ground  and with thc splendid wnter supply  confined the (ire to thc upper floor of  thc building. The work of tlicj,brigndc  was generally admired and< high  encomiums were passed on "the efficiency of the improved water supply  for fire purposes,  The building was owned by C. II.  Hume and insured in JI. N.Cdursier's  offices. ; ������������������ ,     , . i   ,  i  To Cough or noi lo  thnt's the: question.    Seneca  Cough Syrup Cures.  2fic and .Wo a bottle.  Walter Bews, Phm. B.  Druggist a nil Stationer.  Nnxt lliimo's lllnck.  The Lumber Industry���������Public  ��������� Buildings���������River Im-  ' provements.  <\ A meeting of the Board of Tnuie  was held Saturday when several mutters of importance to the city and,district were discussed. It vvas.ic-tilvi d  to ask the dominion gover: incut lo  impose a duty of $2 per J0O0 on si i-ninl  class lumber with'a view to .is-iMing  the industry in this district; to ask a  vote this session for ii dominion government building in Revelstoke ui be  used,as post ofiicc and customs bouse;  lo urge the granting of a subsidy to  tramway to be built past Death rapids'  to enable transportation to'be'extended to the tipper river, and to urge the  C. P. It. to build a'new railway .station  at Revelstoke, the city council to be  asked to co-operate .with the board ',in  endeavoring to have the site changed  from the north side of the track as  proposed, to the south side'of the track  at MclCcnsiic avenue  An important discussion,took place  on the , ���������  ' J.UMUIlft   IXOUSTIIY.  It was pointed out it vvas just as   important to the Northwest as to British  Columbia that  the  lumber  industry  should be put oh a  firm, footing,   as  several; hundred   Northwest ' settlers  found work in ,thc  logging  camps of  British Columbia  every' winter   ancl  earned suflicient  to enable  them   to  'hold "their   pre-emptions   and   make  successful settlers, while this province  win also an important, market for the  Northvvest'products.' -   The depression  in the lumber industry in  iho   mountains wns emphatically shown by  the  facts that'thc Empire Lumber'Company had shut down both   then*   mills'  this winter and vveie opt-i.-uiiig  only  one logging  camp   for -ne-xt  season's  supply ^if   logs, ;,that  the   Revelstoke  and ���������Arrowhead  Jjiunber   Compnnys'  mills had been  shut  down,   that' 'the  Big Bend Lumber Company bad closed  all their logging camps, that the Yalc-  'Columbia Company proposed shutting  down, and that  the  Columbia "River  Lumber   Company   had   'shut   clown  their Beaver  mill   for   an .indefinite  period,.and were not taking out a foot  of logs.   This meant that several hundred men' were thrown  out  of  work,  and that.jthe  payroll, of _the "district  would be much less" this season" tlTan  last.    One speaker vvenl_so J.ir  as   to  say lie knew it was- a 'fact   that -men  depending on tho lumbcr"it-.elustry for  work were starving in the city at  the'  present moment.  Copies of the resolutions were ordered to be sent to dominion ministers"  Hon. Senator Templcnian, , W. A'  Gal'iher, M. P., and oilier li. ' C-  members.  It was also stated that ns 4L C  lumbermen asked the duty on second  class lumber be. thc sninc ns the  American tarilV the American lumbermen were making an effort to have  the duty on importations to thoStatos  cut down to $1, as they could still  successfully ' compete against, that.,  and it vvas considered booicr for the  board to ask the straight duty of $2,  which would ensure thc ni,i**kct beimr  conseived for the lumbermen of Ji C  instead of being swamped with Ameii-  can lumber to the killing ol* the  industry.  I  ^_ , *���������  This Wilt Be a Record Christmas  With  Us For Fine Goods  MEDITERRANEAN FRUITS  1904-  CROP  "j ���������������  JIus-  5 Crown Cleaned Filcha Currants in 1 lb packages,       ������ ''  ���������5 Crown Cluster Raisins, Bleached Sultanas, Valentia Raisins,  catels'and Seeded Raisins in 1 lb packages.     ,   -��������� '    .  Layer Figs, Dates, Malaga Grapes, Shelled Valentin Almonds.''  Stulfed Figs aud Dates,in 1 lb fancy boxes. ,,       '  Shelled Walnut's, Sicily" Filberts, Grenoble  Walnuts, Drazils, Tarragona Almonds, Polished Pecans.- '  Crystalized Fruits in P lb fancy'cartoons. '  Candied Lemon, Orange ancl Citron'Peel.    ' ���������''      <-\  Naval Oranges.   ' ' ' ., .,*        '   ���������*��������� '  Ben Davies and choicest vaiieties of,Apples. , '  Cranberries,  Celery  arid Hot House Lettuce  All the Leading  Varieties pf Christie,*Brown &,Co's ana  McCormack's FANCY BISCUITS. - 7'   ������  It' ,-.  " nukes and Plum1 Puddings in 1 and 2 lb-tins: ' '��������� '  Wethe} 's M nice Meat in  packages.  ,-   " ' '"���������'-. '      '  *.������������������*'���������',.��������� L_    ' , ,     '      /  C I- ,'  The,Following' Delicacies' Just  To Hand for Xmas-Trade:'  Kjiig Oscar Sardirietii   *  _'���������       ,   Choicest, small lish,'line Olive oil, no bones or scales.  Sportmnii, Mord.ileb and other leading varieties of Sardines.      '      ." -  Hei l.i nd's Fish Hulls. \ '        ������<���������._<��������� . -   ������- "  Pineapple. Fig and Orange .Marmalades in 1 lb giass'Jars. ������������������"  L-izoiiby's Assorted Concentrated Soups,'-; " %'",'.       X.  dill.iiil'.- Pickles iii,20-oz,bottles', , - .'    f       ?\ -  ������������������-  riplondid ahsorcme! tof Robinson's Fancy Candies;Creams'. Chocolates1  ",  , 'and Hon-lions in 1 and 2 lb fancy boxes. *," 9 "      '    < :-  Consnrhmet)ts of Japanese Oranges received daily. '   _  ���������  J-V '   ������������������ ~ - V' .i '���������"  Fancy and Staple Groceries  Oui-stock is the most complete in the city and our"prices attractive. Vou likcy to deal at a Grocery House where goods look nice  nnd clean; where clerks are polite and obliging; where deliveries are'  made on time; above all, where you know you are getting.the best on  the market at the fairest of price1-. That's t the sort of house'we keep.'-" -  p.iirancl be sure of i;. Compare uur prices'and examine the quality ���������  and vni iety'of our goods. . , ' ,  Choicest brands of Flour, Oi tinea I, eTc.'always'ii] stock.     '   "'<  Ura'n, Shorts, Chop, Wheat, eu*.1, at lowest, market prices.  Fresh   Vegetables���������Potatoes, - Beets,   Cabbages,  Parsnips,,,Turnips,  C.irrots,_gtc.   - !._.._..-   -_)',     '...        ,'      ���������'.'_,       ""'  ���������  Special quotations in quantitiesY        ."',".        " "      '  l( '       "     44       "  I  , 'X ' -V;l  '      * }��������� i'l  i'>  K-til  >������������������������ j  Agents for McCleary's Famous Ranges}* Stoves. Heaters, etc'y  Leading lines in Hardware, Crockery and Glassware.    /-  \i  *���������  Kfojte^������������������$������  ������ REFORM  Overcoat  Elegance.  ���������- Hope you are one of the exacting- men.  , Hope you are just as particular about your  'Overcoat as you are about your,Dress Suit.  .Then you're sure to appreciate Fit-Reform  Overcoats.  They   have  critical men.  so  much  that  appeals  The cloths and patterns���������the styles-the  faultless tailoring of every part-are just  as pronounced in Fit-Reform Overcoats as in Fit-Reform Suits.  $12, S15, SIS up  (acdonald & Montieth, Revelstoke.  \V.vi  THE MOLSONS BANK  Inc(,r|y,ratcd I,j Act of Parliament  iii-:ad office,  , Moi-HuN M.vci'iii.-nsiiN, Pres.  J am Kb Ki.liot, General  li.",.  MONTREAL.  ���������S. H. ICwing, Viee-Pres.  .Miiniiger.  Capital paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  in   way of banking  business transicted without un-  Evcrything  nt'ci'xsai-y (1l-I.iv'  hit.-rest credited twice  dcfiosits.  a year at current  rates on  Savings Dank  W..II.   PRATT, Mummer,  Rkvklstokk, Ji. 0.  I'      1  <1 " I
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.Mining Engineer,       ,',   ,,
(Mem.  Amerie^vn  Iiintitutc Mining ICngineei.s)
(Mem. Canadian Mining Institute.)
- f Revklstokk, B. C.
Examination of aiid reports on  Mineral Properties a Specialty.1, .
barrist* 'is, solicitors, etc.
Offices :   Molsc.\-i  Has'k   Rlock,   Kcvki.-
' STOKE,  13. C.
Money to loan. c
Ofllf*--"Mnvi>l.inI.v., II. C.; Fort Stoele, li. U.
1*1   i'l
I5*, h   1
made complaint'   and    the medical
board    threatened    to   remove  his
name from   the   register   miles?; he
apologised   to   Dr.   Proctor.     This
the other man declined  to do. contending his   statements   were true
and justified.      The medical boa id
took steps to carry   out  its  threat,
whereupon  Joseph   Martin, K. C,
issued,an   injunction, against  the
board.   ' What concerns .llie public
is   that   an    institution , like   the
medical board can become a school
for scandal and  that''its   members
can   grossly   abuse     tlie     public
privileges given   them   to' the advantage of one practitioner and the
disadvantage of his rival,who  may
be an abler medical man  than   he.
We have , no �� hesitation in saying
that in view of   the   facts   in   this
case.'it is the first   diity   of parliament lo repeal thc legislation constituting this   medical   board, anel
to devise some   plan   of   licensing
medical  practitioners   which'shall
be free from abuses brought about
by any,  professional  ,rivalry .and
jealousy,' and  which- shall ensure
to every medical man of   siillicieni
knowledge   to   conduct    his ; professional work properly the freedom
of practice, to   which   such knowledge   and   skill   entitle   him,   in
a free country.      We.want no, slur
chamber 'methods - i inlhis   province
in the medical or any   other   profession'. ' ,    i
Theieis.a movement on lot,in
Conservative ciicles' lo shel-i- Mr
Taylor, M. P. P., in the event, ol another provincial election. It vvill he
lemcinbered Mr Taylor only got the
nomination last election by the skin
of hi.- teeth, and many in the party
aic heartily elissatislied with the Mc-
Bride government, and with Mr. Taylor's represtillation of Revelstoke ns a
.supporter of that government.
We nru receiving Weekly Sliipmenla of
Choice DAIRY Butter
in Small Tubs'
.) ii-L the thing for Family U.se.
. SELKIRK   LODGE. NO  12. I. 0. O. F.
Meots ovory Tuesdaj
ovening in Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cor
dially invited to al
'   '  J. MATHIE. Skc
winners of
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'. A. Hahvey,
Fort Steele,
n. o.
It 't* .I*1 *-'
,L. L.-B. - '    "Ci
Barrister, 'Solicitor,.Etc.
First Street,  r        "" Revelstoke, B.C.
SATURDAY,   JANUARY  bl, 1905,
It   reflects'-little credit 'on  the
McBride government that although
- it has been in office a   year it  has
not yet made, any   move towards
. amending   the   grievances    under
b which the mining industry suffers.
'  -These grievances andjtheir remedies
' have been presented to the government   again    ancl   again   by ' Ihe
practical men   at   the-head  of the
- Provincial     Mining     Association.
' The mining industry is  one of the
. , most .important  in   the province
��� and should be encouraged ih every
legitimate way.'"1 Instead of that it
lis hampered  by unjust antiquated
laws, burdened by a grosslv;,'unfair
- system of taxation, and the mining
operations throughout the country
are tit the mercy of any.cliiim-
jumper or unscrupulous black-guard
who comes along and cares to
plaster a placer claim over mineral
rights. , Eight years ago there were
27 dividend paying  mines   operat-
- ing in the province. Today there
are not a dozen, and'the falling off
is mainly due to   bad   legislation
'which an incompetent government
makes no effort to amend.
To-the Merchants-and
''A'few weeks ago a  special   meeting'
of t'hc,Okaiiiigiin   Board  nf  Trade vvs
called   to   hen    an,,'  i!    , .-s what Mi.
Williiimson'ofXelson h"r.  .si say about
his   scheme  foi   a,ntelcphone system
throughout thc valley.    Ho slated the
'system - would   cost, from   ,$20,000 to
$30,000 to install,'and that "'he 'would
inst,11 'the system   if he could get 100
subscribers   to  pay   him   $1 a month
rental,   $5   'for   installing  'phone   in
their place of business and alsoasm.ill
fee', say 25 or 50<cents'ovory - time they
talk   to    Endoib'y   or   Kolowna..' He
guaranteed to put in 11  lirsD-olnss  system   for, that  amount, and I a*�� sure
it is veiy kind and considerate of  him
lo give us such good   terms.    Hut the
question arises, is he charging enough?
For   ive   would   not   .like to  see thc
'phone installed and, then   have to go
down, in   our  jeans ancl pay an extra
tax of say one dollar  a" month   more,
because-such   things have been done,'
ancl ifc would   pay   to   investigate  his
system   thoroughly.    Suppose   he" is
out   $30,000   for   investment   in- the
start, what has he  got?   ,1 Ic   has 'hiss
ines'built,   his   'phones paid for and
J00 subscribeis  at  $-18-a year, $0 for
installation   and   at Jeast'$l,��00   for
fees for long'distance set vice, or in all
$G,S00.   Allowing $1,S00 for expenses,
The city of Revelstoke is to be
congratulated on the excellent
showing made by the water and
and light department for the year.
The net profits of this .department
were practically 25 per cent on the
capital 'debentures issued for the
acquisition of the .system. The
investment is thus proving a magnificent one for the city ancl the
citizens will for all time be under
a debt of gratitude to the man who
engineered and successfully carried
through the deal", the late Mayor,
M. J. O'Brien.- The unfortunate
part of the transaction is that the
debentures have not been sold, but
investors will rind nowhere a better
or safer municipal investment than
these water ancl light debentures.
An investment, that earns '25 per
cent is a snap that is noi to be gol
hold of every day. There is no
sounder city in the province than
Revelstoke and-there are no municipal securities offered that .-hould
be in better demand.
Kamloops ha.- developed one of
the grossest abuse.- of professional
privileges heard oi in this province.
A Belgian doctor started practice
there, and by his ability ancl
tiicce=- organised a large practice,
wbicn cut iii.o that of Di. Proctor.
We have known Dr. Proctor a long
time and held him in the highe.-t
esteem " ��� ow   stanch in a
_no=itior. ���   anything   but
'cfrgglitable .. niin.-elf and the
meci\SKboard. In conversation
with him the other doctor told him
he was weak in medical knowledge
of matters affecting the brain. Dr.
Proctor is a member of the medical
board and the Belgian doctor
claims that as "a member of, that
board Dr. Proctor used the information he had given him to make
his question.-- mainly on subjects
affecting the brain with a view to
nullifying his examination. f The
Belgian doctor narrated the incident,    whereupon    Dr.   Proctor
leaves-  him   an   income  of- $5,000 on
$30,000 of  an  outlay.    In'two  years
there   will   be at least 200 phones in
the   valley,   but   the   last 100 will not
cost as much as the first, for the main
lines   will   have been elected, but still
we would be payingMr.Williarnson $18
a year,oplus lung distance rates.   Now.
gentlemen, this i.s a good   pioposition
for, the business men and Mr. Williamson but is it good for the funnels? J t is
not.    Why?    because,it is too expensive.    A farmer does not need a 'phone
as much as a   merchant,'but when he
does, it should boat hand.    There arc
going to be very few   fanners who' will
pay $30 a year for the use of a 'phone,
and without thc farmer tho  merchant
will only get a half service.    What we
need is a telephone system run by the
people  of thc valley, and, if there is a
good thing in it. why   should   we  not
all   enjoy   it,  for   we  do the paying?
While in the  Willamette Valley,Ore.,
a week ago, 1 investigated, the mutual
system run there, aud it is certainly a
success.    The  farmers   and   business
men nil have   telephone   connection,
and what do you suppose it is costing
them?    Why, only  $2  a  year or 16jj
cents  a  month.    Now, that  is a vast
ditl'erence  fiom  $-1 per month.    Vou
ask if IG5 cents is all the  cost?   It is
not.    There   is   the   building   ci the
line   to   be    eonsideied.    In   Oregon
it     cost     on   ' an -  average     about
$23.00    for    each      subsciibei      for
a   'phone   'connection,   but   then   he
owns his 'phone.      Of course   in this
valley it will cost   more.     In   Oiegon
poles only cost 50c, each   set   up   in
position, while hereSve might give   .is
an estimate  $2.00  each,  allowing  25
poles tn the mile, wiio :h $7.00 a mile.
Ynu say it will  cost   the   f.irnieis too
much.    Not so.    It is true  the  farmer.- aie quite a distance apart, but  the
town people will   bear  tqual  expense
with the farmers.      Mvpense  nl  management���We   have   nn   heavy  sleet
storms, no  thunder  storm-,   no  high
wind-; .-11 one man   should   be   able to
keep the line in   repair.      Who oivn-
lliu line .'     Why the pet,pie.      How is
the telephone -y.-tem wurke-d .'     K.ieh
town   h.ia   a   centi.il   .-t.itimi.    I-'unn
-that station wiies are   strung mil   Ihe
(Illleient mails, and  branch    roiuU   tn
dill'i.-reut   fiiiiii-,   ench^ nniu    is  connected with hi-   ne-ijrlibor.     Fiom   10
to 15 iire on one line.    Thc-e dilb-it-iit J
line.- arc ;ill connected to   the   central |
-liltion, then the [mm- are i-oiiikcIi il
with a iiiiiin trunk Inn-, orciiiiiiiK-ieiiil
line-.     Foi iiistiiiii;,-, .-opposing Mi    A.
living   four   mill-   out    of     I.uinl.y,
wi-be.- in -peak tn Mr. Ii. living   lliiei-
mile.- lioin Hnderby, Mr  A    will   ring   USE "-wezffijggsp-
central in   I iimby,   I.umbv   will   r-.ill "^
Vernon,   Ve-i 11'       v. I! inert    with
Eiieleiby   anel, Knderbv      .11   comieci
.Mr. A. and Mi. H. '
Now, gentlemen, it ij up to you, ns 111
p.itifiiis of the phone "ystem, whether
you would prefer a -y-.te-ni owned eu-
tiicly by you 1.-elve-.- or the proposition
ollereel you by Mr.Willinmnon. Thanking you, Mr. Kditor, for yourYspiice,'I
shall lie pleased to cjoiihkIci- any (jiie.i-.
tions from those interested in promoting a telephone.system.
Yours trulv,
II. 'P.  I,������:������'.
Vernon, .Jan. 12, 11105.
- Rowland Hrittnin, Patent Atloi n ey,
Vancouver, rcporls.on patents is-iied
tei british Columbia invenlois :'
- A Canadian patent was fnrwaiilcd
last week in (J. (J.. MoKon/ie, of White
lloise, Yukon Territory,1 which ,��ns
giiiiilcil mi bis invention of a double
faced plioiingi.ipli' recoid. ' The in-
v. iftor's object has been to 1 educe the
'number ol phonograph (li.-Cs ��hich
leipiiic in' be kept by ccnuiiiliiii-or
securing (lie rccoids together in, pairs
so that each disc has a record im-
pie.-sed on each face, both back and
Ireint. , This arrangement also fneili-
tntcs'J he cliis-ilicalion of the rcc'oids
ns iiii operatic i-oleoliou iindc ils ovci-
liue may lie on one disc, or kiinlied
mii.-ie in a similar manner.
W. I.nwreiie ���, linker, of   Vancouver,
is t he inventor of 1111 ,'improved   means
fur .facilitating thc charging and ,di.s-1
charging .of,l,ii'end,nclc, into |nu  oven,
oiiivvhicli he   bus   ii-eently   leceived a
Canadian , patent.        The    invention
con 1 prists 11   light   fiaine 'mounted on
wheels or ea.-tois so ns to be moveable
ii bunt the i'oiiiii of the   bakery and  nn
thisjianio is enibvi-e slidable  a   light
plate 01 tray   bv   means   of   spiockel,
eh.iiii-opera cil by,   11    crunk    handle.
Tho Iiiaves nr tin.- of bread   .-ne placed
111 Kill lh   Hay anil the frame is tun ny
tn iii-il the i inl seemed to the ' fnnii 'nl
the oven tluniigh the mouth  uMiluoh
lhc liay with   the   bnad   is -pioje-elnl
by means in", 1 he-pinckct  chains. ,   A
Ci ns.- bar    pivoially - .mouiueil    In the
front end ol lbe tiay holding   Irniuu is
then lower d tn engage the   back  1. w
of In end tins and the   tray   being  run
back   on  to   its   frame the  charge nl
bre.*id('i- left with the oven.      When it
is'de.-ired   to   lemnve   the   charge nf
biond fiom tlicr.veii  after   b.iknujlie
fiiinnfi-again-run up, iind   sei un-il to
the oven limit, ihe tray.is lacked  into
the oven chamber and   passing   under
the   bro id    tins   receives   lbe   '-nine
elntrgo upon it,  which    is    then withdrawn.   Tb   device is simple mid niiiy
be adapted lo .existing  ovens   without
change in their constiiicliuii.
W. I.eek, Pcndei Street,'Vancouver,
is the inventor of an .'improvement in
the const ruction of ndiator- on which
he has iccently leceived a patent in
the United States.' Tins invention is
paiticula'rly' applicable <o 1 Debaters
wherein steam is u ed although ad-
vanlngeou- in those using hot w.i or,
and is direclcd'tn the improvement of
the hcntiiig eliic 01 icy by disehiiiging
the air fniin the surface o.ftho ladiator
its soon ii.-hei led. " This is done by
providing (lie adjacent, si'de- of'th.
several loops 01 sections with n .seiii's
of oves con ligations inclined ��� upwind
from ihe buck tovyaid the I'i on I; which
cm 1 ligations vv lien .the sections .tie*
pul lonelhei foiiii ,ivsei ies of inclined
[in sages between tlie sections ihrniigh
which the e.vtei nal air will pass fmm
back lo lionl instead or going stiaight
up.' "      Y
Our Stock of Fresh Fruits is complete
' in every line.   Call and   examine.
Prices and quality to suit all.
1 , 	
Kootenay LocUre No. ISA. F, & A.M.
The regular meet-
Inge arc held in tlio
Mai-onic Tomple,
JddKellovvbHall, on
the thirelMonday 111
each month at 8
p.m. Visltlngbroth-
ron cordially welcomed.
EST.   IJJ77
INC    18 98
t t.-.i %Kii-t .::������ ...:��� ..:   ''y.y . -.-...,.- -/: ������ ..-- -���'.���- .--,-,.;���-..- -..-.'-.;���.   .--. -..-.-.- .' ��� -...-.,-.���-1 rt I... ���- f o ,
PROCUNIKR, Skckktaiiy. '
When You Want
' Night or day,  ���'
Ring up Tel. No.' 27
Stand at Union Hotel
J. M. McCallum.
E. w:�� B.Paget, Prop. ,
C. J. Wilkes
'    ' . MACHINIST &      ,
Licensed Auctioneer for City
., of Revelstoke.     '    ���     ,
, i
Wri"tEv;J7Tc';' iikiryiipir'T'ciuJfi ciWcutars;a jjrtMEPi^osre-d- :
���;SH I F�� ���; U' J  Mi Vf \>L Yl     TOP   Pft IC ES f A W V   S H IP AG A i ^ 7 7
I. ,'  ,<
W. A. McDonald
REVKLSTOKK        '      '
The only lirst-class plastorur in, town.
Let. mo,know your, requirements.    A
Carload of Lime just imported.  A Carload of Brick under order.
A.   S G O T T;
Fashionablis Tailor. '
Prompt delivi-iy of p
���ie., lo any pari, of the City,
s, baggage,
Any Kind jf-Transferring
���  ���   'Undertaken. ,    "
TELEPirONI'i ,VO.'7.
; J. R. Thornton
Palntor.   Papophanproe,
and Slg-n Wrltoi* i
���    '        'AD1JR1SSS : l\ O. HOX 2,',2, or ���
SECOND ST.,, Behind C. P. R. Shops
Orelors left ul J. \V. Honnott'b will lio'
' promptly atloiieliicl lei.
Mckenzie avenge
Jas. I. Woodrow,
butcher. .;;;���'
Retail Dealer In-^aaaE^.-.
,     BEEF,   PORK,
' MUTTON,' Etc,
Fish and Game in Season.
All orders promptly filled.
.; J.   .SAMSON-'
Painter,' Paperhangep, -Sign writer
*    ���ICALSOMININtf   DONE. '^ '  "
Onlei-s receive prompt attention.'
Second street,       -_    KEVELSTOlTli
Workmanship.     \ Perfect'
Union   Made:    ���' ~'{
mnmm ���������!��� y ?������!.���; ri """ipi
Dp. yovi v^ant to add * ;
* $520 to your indorne;?^
C i _ ' ? ,      '
It will only require a few minute* of Tour time every day to cam $330 a .year.   You can
n it with a Chatham Incubator.   A No. ��� Chatham Incubator will hold from 100 to uo
ecg�����according; to size of effca.    Eighty chicken* ii a low averaffo hatch���users of Chatham,-
Incubaton will tell you so*   Chicken 11 are alwaya.in demand and the (supply ii'alwa>n ihort,
���o fifty cents is, the average price ��ecu red. . If you only take off eight hatches in a >ear^that }
eives you an income of $3ao.oo.   Wouldn't that extra amount be useful to you ?   TJ Best of '
' all, you can buy a       ^ ,        i\ '   *        ���>      l      v <,
Chatham Incubator without one cent'   /* ������
of cash until October; 1905
Corner   Dongla
antl King streets
, Startling But True.
People llie world over ,wcri! horrified
(or. le.uiiiiit,' of the litirniin,' of n
Cliicinjo tlie.uei in which nrnrly .-i-<
hundicd people, lo=t tlieii live-', yet
nunc than live times thi- iiiiinlier o.-
over 3.0(10 people died fiom pneu-
m(>!ii!i-iu,_C!iic.u-;.}-i{ii!ring the sune
yeai. with ,-cnrcely n day p.-ij-siiii:. I'.veij
one of these c.mia of pneumoni.t re-
?ulled from .1 eoid nnd ceuild have
heen prevented hy the timely ti-e of
Ciiiiiiiherlniii'.- (Juiurli Kenifilv. A
great many who hael every re.i?tm tn
fear pneumonia have u.iKled it uti l>v
the prompt, iiae "I tin- re-meelv The
following l- an iii->;.uicc <.l" Uii- -nrl ,
''Ton much c.innni he .-.tit! in f.tven .,t
Chiimberlaiir-: C.nigh Rvmeeiy," ai.i!
especially for colda and uilliifii7;-.. I
know ihu it cured my ebeuehtL-r.
J..UUM. of ,i .-ever cold, arid f liflievc
siived her life when :-he wei- llire.-.iei.t d
with pneumonia' \\" [). Wilcox,
Logjo, Xew Vt;rk. Sold by .ill drii^
gi-t*        ^ _'
Tin; Vol nun hue-key tcuit, chain
pit.n- of iim pinv iiie-e nne! Iinldti" uf
the Hn.-'-l.iiid cup, ,ne Imetl up f,,i t),0
.-en.-iiii and ,ne Jii.icti.-inir -Icielily,
.\ll the pla>ci- an.- ^etliiiL' -in line
-h.ipt*. A '^if.it in.iny v-iiiiii-j: iiii ii
I'mn. M;iiiitt,l,,i and rhe Xortlnn--r. m-
cludiiii; mhiic lir-t cl.i-- jil.ivei-, li in;
,-ett.led in the valley >111r111*_r the pn-i
.-iimmei and h,i ve addt .1 .-umew hut tu
the *-tlength t.f tin- lue-.il hoe-key el'ih,
atluiilint; anipl.- ni.it.-ii.il ire,hi vvhie-h
tu - left ,i tt'.iiii that -ll'Hlfel In- able (t,
lltilel the I'li.lnipliili-liip .it ill- l<i---
Inntl eai mv il m-vl  m-nitli
.-.   \   Hliiil fi.nl   in,iu.i^'i r nf tin-   \'i-i-
iieiu te,iiii. i- .irr.111���_:111 -_r u ith the  It.--
Lumber ol" all kinds at reasonable
pi ices,_" Prompt delivery guaranteed.
Leave orders aL L.twienee's-IIaidware
Sim i*. "   .
a^lc Greely Creek Lumber Mill
by correspondence.    10 weekly lessons
will make you perfect.' . J
.'Shorthand is nowadays iiidispcnsible
to everybody,. Utilize,,spare time.
Very moderate fee' We procure post
tions:   Write for free booklet. "   '
Central CoititKsi'ONni;Ncu Coli.ixje,
, 215, 'Temple Chambers,    .' .   '   r,
Temple Avenue, London, E.p
Th�� machina para for itself many times orer before that time.
'      fr    - "       -	
Chatham Incubaton aad Brooders have every new improvement,worth ulu'le in an inculMior
-' - - ' -'or brooder.   The inclib.itor^
.There couldn't b�� a fairer
IVeshipa Chatham Incubator to you at once, freig;ht prepaid by ti*, and'
'" " VVrite us to-day for full particular*.    The
' offer than this,
your first payment is not due until October, iqoj,
""   -     ill     '   * "~       '      "
'I'lie Master Mechanics Pure ,Tui- Boap heals
.nut .softens the skin, while promptly cleansing
it ol git-a-ic, oil, nisi, elo Invaluable for me,
uli.iincs, farmers, sport-men. Kroc wimple of
iet.ei|itof ac. for postaue. Albert Toilet Soap
Co.. manufacturer-.*.Monlrc.il.
Wm. Freming",
V\'liolo-.ile and Retail
Meat. Merchant.
Fish   and   Game   in    Season,
First St., Revelstoke.
jvjOi'TCF. Id HKItEBY GIVES that 30 days
'���^ after date I intend lo apply lo the Chiel
Commi.���loner of hand-, and Work- for a
-pecial licen-e to cut and e.urv a way timber
fniin the following de-cribetf laneK in the
Kootenay di-trict:
N'ninber Ore.
Commencin-,' .it .i po-c marked "II. Hyatt's
b. K. corner po-t N'o. I."',ind planted at a point
i>n the -oulh bank of Columbia, <ibout nine
mile- bt-low Surprise Rapids, thence west WI
chain-, thence north 10 chain-, thence east I6U
chain-, thence-outh 10 c i.iin, to the place of
commence ment..
.Vumber Two.
Commencing at po-t marked "."VI. Hvatt's
N. fc. corner po^tNo. 2." and planted beside
.\o.1 a�� above de-cribed, tlionee -outh lW)
' ham-, thence west 10 chains, thence north lfiO
chain-, thence cast ID chain- to the place of
Number Three.
CoiiimeiiciiiK .at a po-l marked ," jr.
Hy.it!-, .\\ E. corner po-t .N"n. ii," and planted
hair mile ��ml from So. 2, thence south I(W
chain-, thence we-t 10 ehain-, thence north IM
ch.un-. Ihence oi-t 10 chain- to place of com-
Xumber Four.
Commencing al a po-t marked "JI. Hi alt's
.V. I., corner po-t.N'o. I," anil planted half mile
c:u-l from No. 'J. tli(.uc,."oiilli Hid eliain-. I hence
i^-t HI Lh.tiiis, Hit nee iitntli llylcliaiiH,  Iheiicr
t.i-l 10 i Iriiii- In place or toinnieiicei-ii-iil.
XuntbiT I**ive.
('tmiiiieiicin^ at a po->, marked ".VI. Iljali,'-
X. Ii enriier NU-l So. ",.".iii(i planod half mile,
e.l-l IJ om No. I, thi-nce sinilh IIVI chain-,
thi'iiii- wc-t l.i.-h.iin-. thijiice noilh n'i)ch.un-
ihfiifi-f.i-l in cliani-lo pl.tce of comineiicu
U.iieil Uic. I'lh. Iicii.
.Vimll M. HYlTT.
Halcy^on Hot Springs
THE MEDICAL WATERS of Halcyon aie the most, curative in the
world. A,pet-feet, natural remedy, for.
all Nervous and 'Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning"." A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling.^ Special
rates on all boats and trains. Two
mails iiti-ive and depiut every, day.
Telegraph communication ,with all
parts'of the _ world." An experienced
massanger.   �� .,   ���
H'alcyorii. Hot, Springs
Arrobu Lake. 3. C.   '
are naderwith   two  nails,
ca-te within case, of dry ma.
terial that has been 'eawncti
in oiir.luinber yards., Tliey',-
are built solid as a rock and r-\
.will  stand  any amount  of
usage foryears.' Tbrsooner '
you accept our offer Ihe sooner will the Chatham  Incu-
.bator be earning, profits for
you. t
7 -'       THE
i       CO...LIMITID
4 '        -     '
1 DcrT.226 Chatham, Ont. .,
..-    ���; ���   ." i    t,*     t /|
Manufacturers ofj'Chatliam*
Iacubators and Brooders,
Campbell Fanning: Mills,
and Chatham Farm Scales
Distributing Warchouien at
Mootrsal,   Que,,   Brandon,
Man., Calgary, Altai', New,.
Westoiiaittr, B.C. Halifax,
���"yf 7. :���"
3010 Westminster Road
In stock  from   Holland, France and
.Japan. r'
Thousands of Fruit and
Ornamental Trees!-
Rhododendrons, Roses,
Greenhouse and Hardy Plants
��� for fall planting.  -
Home-Grown and Imported B       '
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds
.  ->
always in stock m season
Bee Hives and Supplies;
Greenhouse full of Plants, Cut Flowers,
Floral Work.
* t i.
Catalogue free, or call and examine
stock.. ,
Vancouver, J3.'0.
land und .\',-l-i(,i] ti am
m.itciic- tu be pl.ived I
i'urd hope,  lu    li.'ivc
lien- I-'i nl iy ul    nevt
.Nel-uti  bi.v - iirdl
Hie-     I
W( ek,
y -utii'-
.i-t ive- k of tin- month
Mi   ,-h.u
- I.indi i.
.nn! tin
av in   tin
\-(l'llf'l'. I-; HKIIKHY CIVKS' ||���,| i^i,|0-
.> afli'l elal" I intt'i.il 0, apiilj to III,; (.'liit'f
('���,iiiini-.-.|,iii,-r of IjiiiiI, and VV urk- for ih'iiiii-
-..,11 in pnirli i-. '.'.il iicn -. of 1.111,1 ,|,..l-ril���.<l a-
f.illo ,v- ,
( ���imiiii'ii'.iiii; al a p-i-M pl.tni,,! ,m Ihu t a-l
-hiiivtif Upper Vrrnu I..ikc ,ih>ml .t ,|Uarl,-rof
iiii'i-iioi-iIi of ILtlf Wat ( r,., -,- ���, ,lr st. Leon,
in tiki'tl "\V (l,i��.in �� .,'intti ui -I ion,, i |���,-l ."
Iliciii <��� 1.1-1 In chain-, thi nti inn lh Im hum-.
tli,.ii. <��� w, -| ,tl������ii ri) i I, ,,n- i��� Hi,-, ii I -linri- nl
-aid  like, ilifi n a -���iiili t a-l'-i l> iliri'lion
foil,,\nn< tii- nn art,Iitiii^- of -.till -fior.'n, llw
ptiiil' ,,( , ttmiiif r��� , in, i,t
ll i.-'-ti tin-,7ln ,1,,} of Nn-,, iiii,..|-, ,\   |i  ii��i|
I Wil-'
I hiive started a permanent Wood
Vitrei _em Third street. With mv past
experience Ilnipe lo.be in a position
tu s.irisfy all r,'(|iiiieiiicn(���s* of custom.
its. Mill iind e-cirilvvoeiel supplied in
any lengtliH ,iL e-eiliieeil prices fur t-ash-
The commercial development ol" the Marconi
system has reached a stage of perfection never
before attained by any similar invention within a
similar period of time. When the Marconi System
gets into full working order the price of it's stock
will run up rapidly, perhaps into-ihe thousands,
as did the stock of the Edison Electric Light,
which sold at $4,000 less than a year after it'was-
offered at $100: Think of Bell Telephone Shares
paid $200,000 in dividends on every $i66"share.,
Stock is still
selling* at
per share.!
Send your orders for Marconi Wireless stock to
P.O. Box 386. ^ 163X!drdova St.,
Vancouver, B.C.   V
' msw
Sole Representative of II. G. Robinson of thu'Marconi Wireless
and Munrocand Munroc.
ost in  the World
Send your orders for
signs   to  J..K.
1 ���
M.nl it
Mill    lli..|l   .1
-i/e I lis 20.:
v ,.iu i-liitii-e
l'l'll|.     IIS    II
fur   11   Cil 111 It
to  he Iiiid
Crown Hi in 1
Ku.v,ii ('nn' .1 n 1,1 j 1
a nil   l-i   n-r ill 11    ui'
i-eaiil iiiil "ii-iiire-
i-r for Zii \V.rnp|ii-r.��"
of over f(l('l,o,,k.-.
|'.'..-l, .-ii nl n.-l. iiit-
.^riii-.iif preiiiiiiiii.-
I'"l|l-:k for Itoynl
. Wriippors.
The Royal Soap Co.,
Vancouver, Ii. C.
It, 'I homa-.-���<,���, ni'j, or an) pi'i.,111 ���r piT-on*
in nlmin in- ui.ti li.ni a��^iifn,',I hi- nitfr,-t m
lh. Vlniii^niii, rv.ind Kuri'k,., litmis -ituaf on
C,tii>t,n ( rt, k ���ri l,li" north -Mi- of IiriKinr
Cntli fn Hi, Hi.- li. ml, fiev.'I^lotc- .Vtuimif
liivl-ir.nof VV't��t K���oi,���,i> Di.i.ilM, Hnri-h
Yf���i ire here-hy iiollllni Ihat f, [|,-> uii,|(r
iiuiii'I. hive- i-*-|i"ii'lii! for >ou the -rniri of
iiil.ii in labor, iinpioi, mriit- and ri.(���iilint;
fer-t iip'in lhc <.ild ,Vlont|-ririii'ry and Kin-clrn
111111, ml , Imiin iinOrr iIn- provlnlon. i,f |||,;
Vlniri'.iI ,Vi I and if. u-llhiri niiirlj day* Irrun
Ihr dull-of thw noli, <��� jrni fail (,i icfu-i l(,,���ri.
iriliiu.* llie- iifon-xi id hiiim. t���(rrthi-r wil.li nil
1,1-t-i tifatlirrlHini;, your inti-ri j| In the -.'Uti
mnioriil rilieliu.H will lieooinr Lho property lit
the liiidcr.-tlKiKKl under ji-ctiem |. of the yVcl
until l.itl an AoL to 4\in,:n(l f,ho .Mlimriil Act KK/i.
Ilnlrd till-* .-<i:<t,li ility of .Ianiiii.i-y, i!KI.",,        >    ,
127 lip X    , ,1   (!, MeiNTIKMIKIIV,
St.-inelnri) lOmody lor (ilool,
Gonorrhenn nml Runnings
IN IH HOURS. Curos.Kid-
liny and Bidder.Troubles.
It should bo borne la mind that
erery cold weakens th�� lnng��, low-
era the vitality and prepare* the
system for the mors serionii dl��-
t**tx, among which ure thc two
greatest d��*trorer�� of human life,
pnetimcwilsi and cotnumption.
Gough Remedy
ha�� won lU gn*l popularity by (U
prompt cnr���� of thla naoat common
���ilment.' It ��ld�� sxpectormtioa,' re-
lievea the long* and opens the
secretions, effecting a wpst&y and"
permanent euro. It aooateracts
����7 tendency toward pnenmcmla.
Prlc�� 85c, Large Slse 50c.
ably furnished with the choicest ihe market
affords. I3est Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.
Rales $ 1 ;i day.     Monthly rate.
Wholesale and Retail
.   .   .   Meat Merchants.
Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage :
"s^fca^Calgary, Alberta
For Sale.
Six I1111.se power 'Watei-ntis verticil
boiler and I'litdiie, only in use a year.
Reason form-lliim; is that we. reejiiire*
more power to drive our , incroased
plant and for lit-iiliiifr. pui-poses.
,    Kevelstoke.
Afraid of Strong Medicines.
Many people suffer for years from
rheumaticipains,' andy prefer to do bo
rather than take the strongmedicines
usually., given for .rheumatism, not
knowing that quick relief from pain
may be had simply by applying
Chamberlain's'- Pain Balm andwith--
out taking any medicine 'internally,.
For sale by all druggista.
���'. im
������ ���������-1^���������1VBiiAt^\l^XW^"'i*J���������^���������������-(-lZV!!i^'���������*!  f/,  ��������� ������������������%&&&&  MfenJ- raj  *t?- B  '-,  ������,-���������  P'n  THE KOOTENAY MATL  H  "0  i  c5  ��������� - I  They're happy 'in the kitchen  Since Bovril-came to-stay,  The"chef'and his assistants''  'Have learned tfci������ Bovriiwar.  Of making Soups and' Saucles���������  Delicious Bouillon; too-;  , That's whyrthe work-is easyi  J And;they're>so quickly-through  <������>  BOVRIL  >���������.' .������fi  is the most .useful  and< convenient  assistant, to the  ,'<:ook-in   preparing   rich, and . deliciously   flavoured'  soups,:gravies,4entrees���������etc.'...Ohe'teaspoonfu|!toapint  of soup produces(la marvellous improvement in flavor,  strength.and appearance       ,,     , ,  v**3B*r,iy:''  l3!SE*7253������5J  la  w  HOMES   FURNISHED' ON - MONTHLY PAYMENTS.  ���������  i  ,  I  *" 4t ���������)  I  tf ��������� *  A* 4#^6 1  f  -   i  L  n  I'll  ?.  f  Anothei Carload of Fiirnitiuo justuirriveel. ..Caipets, Linoleums.  ��������� .Oilcloths, etc' .Sewing Machines,' Heinl/.inan Tianos.. '"  , R. HOWSON & CO., FURNITURE DEALERS AND. EMBALMERS  i     i     ���������������������������������) i'���������i,   r i' -s \ i -   --���������("��������� i '* f'.i'n'-t. -  'iv '    '' ___  f im  * />���������  'A call on the Revelstoke Wine'and Spirit Company will convince-the most sceptical,that an assort- ������������������  " our. clidice Wjnes,' Liquors and .Cigars is nec-  o - complete' tlie'rerfuireiiieiits  for'the festive-  PROMPT DELIVERY, !    '��������������� . ?/ '      V  Revelstoke Wine and'Spirit' Company Limited  ' ;, ',      ' CAMPBELL"' AVENUE;- ���������     ' <  inent.of  essary   to  season.  ' ���������'  ,    Wishing you all a Happy New Year  '.-.We recommend you toicome to us'for your  Hardware, Cutlery, Skates and jSiraps, 'Sporting Goods  ,' ' k , -i      ���������     Rifles, Shot Guns and.Cartridges^-    l  .    "'   ,  THden^j-ngyJgmou^ ^Cooking Ranges-.  ' "cooTtingVutensNsand iiirkind^fG'enefiil'ta-aCvTCreT-"     "���������"*   '  Estimates, given on' Plumbing vvork.-Tinsmith's work' andeKepiurvvork,  i'  ' '     Hot water and Steam Heating. ,    f"    <  ' f '  Mail Oiders receive our prompt and" careful-attention,        4  : W..M. LAWREKGE, Reyelstoke,^  '      "'-     *.     ���������' Agent'TILDEN-GURkEY''66,'Hamilton.    .-', ,     ��������� , 7  .. ~   -* ''<* -" '-I��������� ~ "'-'* '-*'-���������"���������-- -        '   - -���������-  First-Class Table  MUS.--H..J.  HANBURY, Manageress,  is  now.open'for business.  .Pdvate'-'Dining Boxes  Large Diningroom for B<uiquets,"'*Siippers, etc.  Furnished Rabins;To: Let  FIRST STREET.'"REVELSTOKE.    .  FRUIT GROWERS MEET.  Annual   Convention   of , Fruit  Growers' Association���������T.  ,      W. ^Stirling". Elected  President.     ���������  Important Resolutions Passed  and Meetings Arranged for  Throughout Province!  The annual convent ion, of the  British - Columbia Fruit Grower-1  Association vvas, held at- Duncans,  Vancouver Island, last week, with' a  largo and representative attendance of  delegates -from all sections of the province, the sessions continuing until a  late hour.  Resolutions were adopted asking the  Dominion government to arrange- for  the establishment at an early date of  experimental orchards in the dry belt  and on Vancouver Island, and'to fix  the grade of No'. 2 and No. 3 fruit;  also to enforce the Pure Food Act,  which it appear.- is at thc present time  something of ii dead letter' upon* the  federal statute books. Resolutions  were also piu-scd expressing tho approval of the fruit growers of the  province with-the action of thc provincial inspector of fruit pests in  deporting nursery stock -ilVccted with"  the Sun Jose t-oale, and also cargoes of  corn .infested with corn weevil, and  that expert assistance he given ' to S.  R. Anderson, Deputy Minister of 'Agriculture.    4,     , '���������  The provincial government iva*-,, by  another icnlutinu, requested to give  more active'.-i.-si.stance to the Chief  Inspector ol I'"ri lit Test-, Mr.' Thomas  Cunningham, of Vancouver. r '  , An inteiesting addie'ss vvas made  'during the day by Rev. G. W. Taylor!'  whoso subject, "How to Deal With  Injurious Instcts," was handled in a  very cfl'cctive and instructive nuinner;  Thc lirst quarterly" meeting ofthc  association is to be held in Victoria  in April next, the next ensuing quarterly gathering at Nelson' in July,  and thc place of the October meeting  to.be fixed by the executive- at a future date. The next annua.] meeting-  of the association^ is to be held at  Vancouver in January of 1906. ,  Ollicers, for 'the'ensuing your were  chosen as follows": ..President.' T. W.  Stirling, Kelovvna flirst vice-president,  Thos, A. Brydon'," Victoria; .second  vice-president, ,.T.'.<C. Metcalfe, Port'  Hammond; third vice-president, James"  Joliii'stone/Xelson'-secieta-y-treasurer,  William s J. Brandrith, Liidner;  executive committee, Messrs.' Tl \V.  Stirling, J. C. Metcalfe, R". H. Palmer,"  (Victoria), TH. Kipp, (Chilliv'vack), and  \V.,J.'Brandritij. - ' '' ' ������* ;  A meeting, 'of the executive committee of the TB.'O.'Fruit'Growers'  Association,,:was,,'jheld( at -.Victoria'  Saturday afternoon last.,when -it vvas  decided that riieetings.be held'for the  encouragement of local associations  and "to assist in securing uniform  prices and' the co-operation of the  growers. - ' '  , These meetings "will be heM . next,  month at the following points : Burn-  aby, Hammond, Mission City,' Chilli-  vvack, Matsqui and Langley: an'd at  Nanaimo'"in April, anel at Summer-  land, Peachland, Kelovvna and "Armstrong at dates to'be fixed.  m. DVC93MI^LDEa!03Sr  BLACKSMITH and WHEELWRIGHT.  t  REVELSTOKE, BK C.  has been appointed iiRent for the Fairchild Co. of Winniuea;, the John  Deere Plow Company, the Moline'Wagon'Company,* and* the Canada  Carriage Company of Brockville' and will carry full'stocks of* cutters,  wagons, plows, carnage furnishings and -agricultural implements of-  all kinds. , ... "       '���������  Orders placed with him will be"'filled with the  best class of iii.inu-  -   fcictures in the market.  EXCURSION FROM MANITOBA  f i  The third excursion this winter  from Manitoba , and' the Noithwest  Territories, arranged by the C. P. 7R.  at single fare, good for three months,  reached Vernon Monday. Some fifty  prospective settlers took advantage of  the trip to pay different points in the  Okanagan a visit. The excursions are  gotten up by the C. P. R. to give opportunity to those who desire to seek  nevvihomes in the famous Okanagan  valley, as well a3 other portions of the  favored Pacific province.  We will ship Fresh Dairy. Butter in Tubs or  Bricks   for .-  And Prepay FVeight on loolb orders.  Cash must be sent with orders.  VERNON HOSPITAL BENEFIT.  I __M  The ball given in aid of the Vernon  Jubilee Hospital last week in the Odd  Fellows' hall was the social event of  the season so far. Thc hall vvas pret-  'tily decorated with evergreens, plants,  bunting, etc., while the floor vvas in  perfect condition. Nelson's orchestra  was in atteudaiice and gave entire  satisfaction. 'The stage was tastefully  and comfortably arranged for the  convenience of those who did not care  to dance but wished to be "spectators  of the spectacle." The ladies on the  committee of management furnished  and had served at midnight a very  dainty supper.  Thc directors of the hospital and all  those so willingly lent it hand to make  the affair the success it was aie to be  congratulated on their efforts. As a  result of the ball some three hundred  dollars have been added to the hospital funds.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  the Mother's Favorite.  The soothing and healing properties  of this remedy, its pleasant taste and  prompt and permanent cures have  made it a favorite with people everywhere. It is especially prized by  mothers of small children, for colds,  croup, and whooping cough, as it always affords quick relief, and as it  contains no opium or other harmful  drug, it may be given as confidently  to a baby as to an adult. For sale by  all druj-gists.  Boston Baked Beans  and - Brown  Will be served steaming  hot  Bread  from 7  p. m. and onwards at the social given  by thc Ladies' Aid, in the Methodist  parsonage, next Tuesday evening.  You are invited to spend the evening  with them, or in the intervals of skating, curling or driving drop in and  fortify thc inner man. Only 25 cents  needed to admit you.  OKANAGAN  _VALLEY.  Its Settlement and Resources.  I.UMllY. i  Lumby is the centre of one ,of the  finest tracts of country to bo found in  Canada.    (lore is a large plain, consisting of meadows which   grow  hay  crops that cannot be siiip,it.������cd in   (he  Okanogan valley,     In the  hands   of  snia 1 iii' meis tbeie   is a   fortune  for  Lumby in the dairying  ineliisliy,  I'pr  there is no part of'the province which  has  liner qualificiitiebns  for dairying.  Indeed dairying, mining stuck anil bay  should be thc principal pursuits of,the  settleis here.     Tbeie is a .first,, class  market for butter all -the"year  round  and the area of meadow  land  around  'Lumby is  sulliciciit   to   support   not  only one, but seveial creameries.' The  Coldstream and Besset  ranches -alone  could    keep   a   first   class' creamery  going.    ,   , 0  Lumby   was' originally   settled   by  Fiench   Canadians, .vvlio deserve the  greatest credit for the  industry they  nave shown and the splendid manner  in which they  have   improved   their  home.-teads. .   There   are  ninny   line  residences and   farm   outbuildings  lithe district, and Luniby wears an  air  of prosperity.   Hundred;-of acres have  been cleared, drained,  cultivated and  fenced, and there nre.no finer f.irms to  be seen anywhere.   The hay output of  the district'is immense.    The meadow  lands cost iibout JjilO an-acic to clca,,  but'with   the.   necessary   drainage   it  'must have cost a great deal of labor to  putjthe principal farms in their  present line, condition.' , t*  , The townsitc of Lumby was acquired  by Mr. Morund (now ol Poplar)   from  Mr. Norris, the present .'ownei 'of tlie  Rain's Horn hotel at Lumby, 'and was  subdividedjnto lots,' a good   manyuui  which,have been-purchased, iind.theie  arc a-good1 many   buildings   in ,thc  tow nsite., -Lumby is' the key  to  the  Mabel,Lake country on the noithwcst;  to' Cherry Cree'k, Harris Creek, Crcigh-  ton IValley,tp the southeast, an(L,Shu-  bvvap and Sugar lakes to the east, antl  will one   day   be   the centre   oft an  extensive and thriving settlement'.     ,  - The country is said to be a'counter-  part of the famous Delta.lands' but, it  appears to us it has'thc advantages''ol  that famous agricultural section.without pts disadvantages.     The  rain-fall  atYbumby is much less'than"on  the  Delta,   thc    snowfall,   comparatively  light, and first-class water can  be got  anywhere.   ,        ..,      -  '' The land is rich alder bottom.   The  hayicrop averages two and a half tons  to the acre.                       ��������� ���������,  f From Lumby a weekly stage is  run  to Mabel Lake  by Mr. 'Procter, who  also'condncts the post-ollicc' at that  place, aud ' a" stage   runs   to Vernon  twice a' week and  another to Cherry  Creek weekly,',  ,              -  - *���������        '  Great progress is being made in, the  valley,* settlers are clearing, up.their  land and 'there is evident uroiness  everywhere. -      .'     -   ,  ' The value of the district for dairying  is' recognised by the settlers them-,  selves' as they - have iu .-view, running  from 401) to 500 cows -for creamery  supply!" ' " ,  "'Better, transportation would be a  great assistance to Lumby, and the  hope is cherished ttnit one day a railway will be built fiom Arrow Lake to  the Okanagan Valley by Cheny Cieek  and White Valley. The government  had a.survey made lor a tramway but  the estimated cost, $250,000 precluded  any further action in the matter. The  district vvas originally' settled by  Fiench Canadians, who have'carried  out extensive improvements and  whose industryand progress has been  most creditable to them.  A good many settlers havebeen  coming into this section of countiy  from eastern Canada and the States.  At Mabel Lake there is a settlement  of Russian Swedes who aie getting  along well, and on the Shuswap, towards.Cherry Creek, there is a settlement of German Seventh Day Ad-  ventists, who are- au enterprising  people. These people say hundreds ot  others would come into this part of  the valley if they could get land.  The valley north of Lumby averages  three miles   in   width.      Magnificent  fruit is grown in thc Shuswap  valley,  where even peaches   ripen   well   and  tomatoes   are   ripened     with    gaeat  success..    The-snowfall  is light and  stock winter on the ranges fairly well.  The ground  is clear of  snow on the'  ranges east of the Shuswap before the  snow is gone in the Okanogan Valluy.  In   evidence   of the excellent   advantages  of   settlement    at   Lumby  it is claimed grass" comes in earlier on  the ranges here in   spring   than   any  point ol the valley.    G. -Liuiei, who is  one of the most  experienced   settlors  in thc district, points out.as evidence  of the fertility of the district that  he  has grown oats and timothy each   six  feet high, and claims there is no place  in Canada   to   beat   this   districcfor  raising hay.     He has put up as much  as 17 tons from a days cutting. Clover  grows enormously, and  does not  run  out as in the east���������in fact he reganls  it as perennial       He   has   seen   hind  that   lias   not   been  ploughed for 1-1  years grow as good hay crops as  when  first laid down.      The difficulty   is if  anything is to keep the hay ciop from  becoming   too   heavy    and    this   is  remedied by running the ha now over  the ground in early spring which   has  the effect of thinning the crop.     The  frost is out of the   giound   as soon as  snow is off'.  As there is a good deal of clearing  going on in the district the settlers  contend the government ihould continue to supply powder at cost, as it  would be a great assistance to them,  ���������ro nr: (*ox'ii.nui:ii.  Don't Delay.  Don't fail to get your name em the  list at once for the Family Herald  and Weekly Star of Montreal. Ralph  Connor's great story "The Prospector"  starts in two Weeks. Thc Family  Herald is going to be bigger value  than ever this year. No other Canadian paper gives as big value for your  dollar.  *S Tves   Hlue ,Ribbon  ' . ' .'       - *  her social functions and  her most critical  knows, and  they  s' only ONli  'li  a -HU K������KUBHH������MIMUB������g8ar  To Trappers  i i        l  Raw Furs Bought  ,  Cash Prices Paia  P.    B.    WELLS,  Exporter of, Fiii-p.  Triiffi-Mtar kh  nnd Copyrights  obtained in all countm-^.  DATENTS  "    - olilalnud in all u  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  i Registered Patent  Atiorin-y  .Mucliiinluiil Attoi-huy nml  Kh^'iih it!       '  Room .'I, Piiirllulil lllook, Giiuivill,- -li.. ni-.n I'.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C  A    llflhiClLl'tl    Will   hOClllti   iill   fit lllllie ll|t|lilllll  inunt for lliiiM-wliociiiineil, mill >l. rf'i.   ���������!.-  . R.C  SPECIAL JANUARY OFFERINGS-  WbuIdiike.WBecoine  A Hiyh Priced Sionoi'T.'iphi'r*?  ���������A Successful Fruit'Grower?  An Expert Correspondent?  -A Practical Prospector?  A Scientific Farmer ?  A Book Keeper?    '���������  An Ad. Writer ? . '  A'Journalist'?  . Wo liave ]u-i( received n choice BSiortmoM ol    '  , enclish'china'tea sets,  (iuod Aluiim- iind Dninly Floral Do-iifii? in Palo  Hlui;��������� riim't- Green-and Cornl. Tlio -et-> contain  ll) liit'co-, includiiih'1-cii|,-nnd .-linear-,, I'l pinto-,  ���������^cako plnle-, slop Im-in nnd croiim juie. Wo liii\o  decided to make n "-pecinl price of Uiuso tluriiif,-  .Iiiiiiiiiryof'SS.OO the Set.'     '    ' '   ,  Tlie'-e..*-i.������rvic(*-i arc the li.'-t value we have evor  -llllWIl, (4 , ��������� /  ' (  ,,'     I  We   have  courses   in  different subjects.    Our  recognised by ���������.'leadings  1  '    Write to  '(���������vur.ilOU  course , ii-  educiiloi's.  The Canadian Correspondence College, Ltd.  ,'XZ ;Tiiriinl(i,l()iit,,3 _    .   '\  ��������� - or to   - - ���������        ,  The Kamloops GeneiialAukncy  -4 i Kamloijps, B, O.  Qiiiiliitieiii!. -ubiiiitti-el lor IiiM-iLe-d Tooth, Shingle or other Solid Tooth Savva  mid all kind- of i-i-pnir vvni-k. Millmen everywhere arc sending us'"repeat,',  busiiiensalter ONE trial. IIOE BITS AND SHANKS in all sizes kept,"in  htue-k at'lowi-sL r.ites. ' ' ��������� -  SEE  Wing Chung's  newly imported stock-of-Chinese  and 'Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever ���������  landed in Revelstoke of  useful -and > ornamental  articles:  Tea services..   ���������*  Plates,  JU-kcts .  ���������  Cane Chairs  Handkerchiefs  GOLD FISH  l'"mcsl slock of candies and frim-,in town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  Klovver Pol-,  Uinlnella Standi  'Lunch Basket--  SinokiiiK Jacket t>  Silk Goods.  REVELSTOKE, B.-C."  ABRAHAMSON    BROS.,   PROPRIETORS. ,  Newly-built.  -   First-class in every';respect.'   ,A11 modern conveniences.  ' ' "Large Sample Rooms..  ' '* ���������        Rates $1.50 per Day.        *1   Special Weekly Rates., ,,.    -,  Queen's Hotel, '-.Trout Lake; under same management  t^(^ntrt(^rj!?f^������^r^r^<^(^(^(^<^-$<^!^  WAH   CHUNG,  ��������� General Store and  Restaurant Keeper  A Prime Stock of Groceries, Fruit,  Vegetables.  HOTEL   LARDEAU  -1- *' COMAPLIX   MEALS AT ALL HOURS.  Try our Iced Sodas, lee Cicitm, Strawberries and Cream.    Can't be   '���������  beaten in the City. ���������-  FRONT ST., REVELSTOKE.  r^ The Best House in Town.  (*>  *vtri  ijj -  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  Royal Mail Linos.  Cheapest Route to tho Old Country.'  ALLAN LINE���������Fi om 6>l. John.  [onmn Ian. 2  Pi'elonian          Ian.   il  Corinthian I.ui   III  Parisian       an. JH  Sicilian    Ian. IK)  CAN. PAC. ATLANTICS. S.-From St. John.  LakoCliainplain Jan. II  Lake Erie     Jan. *JS  Lake .Manitoba I-'ub. II  - AMK1UCAN LINK-Kioni Now York.  Philadelphia   Ian.   7  Zealand Ian. II  Now York      ; Jan. 21  St. Louis Ian.  28  VVIIIl'K STAR LINE���������Krom New York.  Cednc '....Inn.   I  Teutonic         .   .Inn. II  CliNARI* LINE���������Kiom New York.  ItUIIllll   Inn.   7  Lucania Ian. II  Ulllhl'ia      Ian. 21  Caiiipiiniil I.ui. 2t>  I'asseiiKcr.-ticketed IhroiiKh lo all pans ol  Great liiilain and Ireland, and at Hpucially low  Miles lo all parts of lhc European comment.  ,\pp!y lo nearest railway or Hteuiii.shipitKenl or  lo  T.   W. BRADSHAW, Agont.   Rovelfttoku  W. P. F   CUM    INOS.   Pacific   Ajtent  Well Furnished    -    Good Table ^  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.    jP  "W. HAMILTON, Proprietor. *    ���������������  ������ ��������� *   "**  neen's-. Hotel  COMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG,    -       -       -     Proprietor.  Rest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Travellers to Fish  Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this Hotel.  E.   B.   EDDY'S  ^  BABY'S Ox:  GOAP  1 used by particular p.  th    young  " KING  KDW'AUD," 10005  " HEADLIGHT,' 'VWd  '���������KAGLK." lOOs.tndaWs  "VICTORIA."  "LITTLIi  CO.MKT."  FOR   SALE   EVERYWHERE.  -  Are the Best that can be bought.  Don'l experiment wilh other and inferior brands.  USE   ZEIDID^r'S  zdirizesTk:  PERFECTION   COCOA  It is absolutely pure  COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE ICINGS,  CREAM BARS ETC. ARE VERY CHOICEST QUALITY  The COWAN CO., Limited, Toronto  *-','  hx r  '- j  i, ������t.  i f  "i-f..i  . vl  VI   ifL THE KOOTENAY MAIL  if  I  k  I tan  sy���������,  I   v  fe.f  'id  li  iff  &>  I  ' I  s* Kss  Is the Time to  arm  To do this look at the '  supply of  Chamois Vests  Chest  Protectors,and  Chamois Skins  ' AT THE"  CANADA DRUG &  BOOK CO,  MARRIAGE.  Monteith���������Wu.so.v-Jan. ,0th,  11)03,  '     nt tlie.Pro-Cathedral,   Calgary,  by  ��������� the Very Rev. Dean Paget, Northup  Monteith, of Revelstoke, li.' C, 'to  Kdith Wilson, Vnncovcr, ll. C.  Wi:ij.8���������Joli.vso.v���������At Revelstoke, on  -   Jan. 7th, 1905, by Rev.  C. A.   I'm-  cunier, Francis  Ueddoe' Wells   to  '.Miss   Emily   Josephine'Johnson,  both of Revelstoke.  was expected he would be picked up a  dead imin, but it turned out, he bud  'slipped into a hole in the, ground and  was little the worbo.  The iMail has oll'ered the Ladies  Hospital Guild a special issue t'o 'bo  run entirely by the ladies, who are to  edit the pii|ier, furnish the news and  gossip and look after the advertising  the proceeds rof' winch will go to the  Indies hospital fund. '  We congratulate the owners of tlio  Lardcaii .Mining -Review on the excellent paper  they aie   turning, out  as the result of tho amalgamation of  the JOagle and Topic.     Thc Review is  now one of the 'niobt  interesting  and  newsy papers in the intorior.  When W,  A. Gooding vvas in',the  lockup at Kamloops he met a   lawyer  there who advised him to vviito a   let'  tor and draw a note for endorsement  by a party who had already -done him  a turn.   '''The  lawyer  prisoner  wrote  the letter   and , drew   the   nolo   and  charged Gooding $5 foi the service.  Dr.  Paasche,   the   Gorman Liberal  lender says :      '.'I   know'with absolute  certainty that   Germany   and   Great  Britain Inst week were   mucir nearer  warlike complications,, than many  people" dreamed. _ Our diplomacy  succeeded in averting the (lunger,  though with diMiciilty."  There is some idiot rooming over  our printing ollicc, who, when ho-is  not using his  room   as   a   woodyard,  runs a skipping-rope performance ��������� The rink will bii open for siding  from early morning till.late at, night, ovoiy afternoon from It lo .') nnd in lbe  He fancies   he   can   dance,    but   his !      '   '  PARTNERS -WANTED;  I want  Partners lo Like an interest in my Cooperative plan.  1 ' i i'i  Cash Required  Bank Stock  From 10c up, for  which   I   prom isc to give '  Cigars any.size, shape or quality.  The Cigars nie the kind yon hear about.  I   make money   for   my, partners.     Thoy  make money lur inc. ���������That's co-operation, isn't'it" '  Any   niii'ti   iii( British   Columbia.    If he docs not  know   nie  it  ia  his  own   fault,    lie will   be  sorry sinne day.  References  TOBACCONIST R   Q.  BROWN C0NFECTI0ENR  1 ' . *"  IMPORTANT NOTICE.  j     , ���������   i  "   ,   i       ' ,  A special meeting of  the   Fraternal  Older of Engles will  be held   nt eight  I-        *-- o c  o'clock tonight.0     Every   member c.v-  peel i'd In be present.  IL COOKE, Sec'y.  RINK.  C. H. TEMPLE.  BORN.  Mourns���������At Revelstoke, on Jan.  7th,  .to .Mr..and'  son.  *Mrs.   W.   A. Morris  ���������Local'and General.  John Houston was elected Mayor of  Nelson by a nifijoiit.y of lo.  The Ontario shoemakers have advanced the price of shoes JO per cent.  The city council meets -,Monday  'night to inaugurate its- new year of  business.  f,.' Mr. Buscombc was elected mayor of  Vancouver by over 1000 majority ovei  , ' Dr. McGuigiin.  The Orange Older intends establishing a home for aged, ��������� inlirni and  destitute members., ��������� ,  ,  "We congratulate the, B. C.  Mining  Exchange on the excellent Christmas  r   miniber it'has issued. y   <  Messrs. Kmjvvler and Macau lay  ,ue  now lunniiig the  C..P. R.  restaurant  -" and boarding, house.  The Rocky Mountain Co's   well   in  ' EasfKootenay   has <14  tanks of 2000  galls each filled with oil from its well.  Terrible    storms -.have     been     experienced in the east, two feet.of snow  '     having fallen at Kingston  an'd'Mon-  tre.il.-~' ,"   4  A deputation   of   lumbermen   has  'irone to Ottawa   to enmp there   until  the requiretUeliel   is gianted  to  the  lumber industry.  A special railway issue of the IMaij.  is in preparation, which ,will contain  photos and sketches of railway officials,  railway and steamboat scenes.  The Ladies' Guild request all those  willing to assist in decorating the  drill hall for the hospital ball to meet  at the ball on Monday at S p. m.  It is stated the Dominion govern-  nientvvill refund to settlers within the  railway belt thc dollar an acre paid for  land before the new regulations' came  in.  7H7. 2s. Coiusier is to be congiatulat-  ed on the promptitude with which he  settled the loss by Tuesday'- Cue, the  matter being adjusted within two  days.  ��������� Judge Forin held a sitting of the  county court Wednesday. The only  case heard vvas Dr. Graham v. J. D.  Sibbald,claim for ."J300 medical services.  Judgment for pltff. for $200 and costs.  G. S. McCarter for pltff.. J. M. Scott  for defendant.  The Mining Review narrates an extraordinary escape from serious  accident at Beaton when an employee  of the Rig Rend Lumber Company  who was on a pile of timber when ft  gave way fell  through   the   pile.      Jt  neighbor.-; in the building wish he  would givo his exhibitions somewhere  else.     . , - ,-   ,    .  .  Complaints are' inadc that as the  city council does noti cleiu the snow-  oil'the sidewalk opposite the city ha  the ell'ecl when a thaw sets in is to'  Hood (.lie 'cellars between, tbeie and  the Imperial bank. The business  people there are particular to keep the  sidewalk opposite1'their places clear  uf snow to avoid this trouble, and the  city council should cef-opcrnlo' with  11it*iii by doing their Mimic.  'At the Supreme Couil. Chief Justice  Hunter   scoieel  S.  H. Taylor, K. C, of  .Yelspn, fur getting a trausfoi of  Uosi  land Minors Union property to secure  his costs while Iho'piopci l.y  was,sub-'  jocl. of a suit and oidcred him    to   re-  Jiiiid the value."*    The   Chief  Musi ice  ha id ho had been guilty of iniscondiicl.  in   the   defence   of, bis ease fioni beginning to end, and must have a poor  opinion of the dictates' of professional  honor. (   If   ho   did not know* that it  wan a crime for a-debtor   (o   transfer  properly for tho purpose of defrauding  ,i creditor   who 1 had ' a claim against  him, he vvas lloiuidoring in aqiiaginire  of ignorance.    In addressing the letter  refened   to,   advising   a   triinsfei   of  propei ty'to  his   clients,   Taylor, was  guilty of an indictable olVoncc   and   of'  contempt of court.   -    -      '  cveuiiig from S to 10 p. in.  Gentlemen's season tickets $f).00,  Indies ijt'i.UU, single tickets iiiu. or live  for .lil.00.  Tickets may be had at J'", G. lirown's  cigar stoic or at the rink":  " .'11 to  Business Locals.  lb"   Cm  open  Social & Personal.  Mr. JI. S. Cayley. of Grand 'Forks,  has decided on opening a law ollicc in  Revelstoke.  , .Engineer McNab vvas the oldest  employee of the C. P. K. at the .banquet last" niglil.  At the meeting of the Epvvorth  League on Monday A. E. Miller gave  an inteiesting address on the St.  Louis Exposition.   "    .  D. G. McKcnzie will shortly lesunic  charge of the JTloniinion  Express   Co's  ofiicc  at   Revelstoke,  .Mr.  Nixon   re  turning to the coast. , _ ������������������  On the occasion of  his  wedding at       Wo sell gi  Calgary on Monday W. TMontoith  vvas   makes a ni.i  Ll _    ���������     * .      . e v  The  Body's  Health  From the Baby to the Grand  Dame. U'e all need brushes-  For the body and hair. We  have the be&t   -  Nail  Tooth  Bath and  Hair ,  L Brushes  vve'cotild po.s.-ibly procure.  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  CHAS. J. QUINAN; Manager.  the recipient of  numcioiis .coiigratu  latory messages from his many friends  at Revelstoke.  C. G. Cartw'right is being congratulated on all hands on his piomotion  to the position of chief engineer of the  l'acilic Division of the C. C. K. Mr.  Cartvv right was stationed at Revelstoke for some time.  Two old tniieib of Revelstoke arc  bewailing the fact that thoy arc the  only bikJielois left of the grand old  brigade, and they are thinking sor-  iousl.v of eudine their loneliness by  following the majority.  On Monday Mr. and Mrs. W. M.  Law io nee entertained the members of  the Dramatic Club at their home on  McICen/.ie avenue, when a most enjoyable evening iv.is spent, Mrs. Lawrence  making a splendid hostess.  On Tuesday evening Mrs. G. S. McCarter gave a very successful euchre  party. Miss Fiasei won the ladies  first pri/.e, while Mis. Finnic and .Miss  Buck cut for second, Miss liuck winning. Dr. Sutherland vv.ia the winner  of the gentlemen's first, Mr. Machl.m  winning the second. At twelve  o'clock lunch was served after which  (lancing was much enjoyed. On  Thursday Mrs. McCarter entertained  a party ,it whist, Mrs. I.avvson win-  ning the ladies pri/.c and J. M, Scott  won the gentlemen', prize.  On Saturday evening ,it th'* residence of J. L Wood row, the marriage  of F. B. Well-* with Mi*.-. Johntou was  celebrated, Uev. C. A. I'rocimier performing the ceremony. The biidu .ind  bridegroom managed thc all air so well  that it was unknown in the city till  Monday when the happy couple were;  the recipients of the congratulations  of their many friends. Mr. Wells is  one of thc pioneers of Revelitoke, and  is held in the highest esteem bv bi.-  fellowcituoris, who wish the bride and  bridegroom a happy wedded life. 'J*be  event was celebrated by the boys at  the Centrnl Hotel in great style on  Monday night.  Pipes ri'p.iiii'il nt BBOWN'S.  New bunks���������by viuii-ty at.  lb  illlll   Ml III; ,Sliil|.,       "'  .New sioclc o| Wall Paper just  ed al I lowsnii's fiiriiitiue sloie-., ,        .  I! vclsiiokc niiil Tionl, Luke Oily  lols In.- s.ilc���������Apply lo II. N  (J.iiii-sicr.  Did yoi.-i'o.id BROWN'S .iilveilisi'-  inent? '  CM.minis vest,,mil cho-l inolcilois  nf. lbe C.liiiul.i Drug Stoic. '  Don'l, lingi-t, I Inwoon's new  stock ei'  Wall I'.-ipeis.    They are clegiinl, in do  sign. '       ' .   '  Close e-nl t ing in pi ices is lln-vse-e-iel  of UROWW'S success.  ���������  v Musii; _ Tdlios,   song   f..lio,   nil    (he  inle sheel iniisie   nnd   song-   cm'  be  found fit, the Canada Ding isloio.  Iron,Beds and   Spiiugs  n  specially  ill 11 ow son srl m n itu re stoic.  t Call aiPRROWM'ri Cigm Slorc.   *  -Take Laxative Bromo, Ijiiiiiine foi a  bad cold. The Canada Ding .ind  Book Co. have a fiesb supply just  opened. " ' *-  10 pel cent, oil fiuniliiie, carpets,  linoleums, llnoi oil-, at John E:  Woods' fin iiituie stoic.   , '  Evciylhing a'sn okei 'wants fiom ,,i  cl.iy pip'j to a perfecto at BIIOWK'S  cigar store.  Wo have engaged the services of a  tinsmith and .ue piep.ued lo do ai  kinds ol tinning 'work. Onluis lelt  wnb us will have prompt, attention  Mo-ciop Bios., Second Stiect. Revel  stoke.  , \'isitois to liovel-tiike will Iind it to  then advantage to -tup in, the Genual  Hotel. 'Ficc bus to and I'n.iii railway  station   to meet all  nam-.  ind ciyiirs. , the   kind   tli.it  ii i isk    burning lus lips to  get   the   last   pull.     BKOWX'S oig.ir  stole  Floweis and vegetable-, all winter  Ciiriintioiis, cbry.-.uiiliemums, lettuce  aid wateicies-. Floial de-ign.- a  -ptci.iky,���������J. M.vi.i:v, F.oiist.  Tne ni w Bniii iie-Maedoiiiild- Mei3-  crop Company. Ltd, will -i.nt l,u-i-  ness Feb. 1st. the pieiiu.-e-'. now in  lice My Bo.uri'e Dm*, and J (f .Mac-  d'ni.ild being used till th<- new biul.l-  inir.)- elected.      Me,-cr>ip - Fii.,-    will  nt li.utl-  inovt-* into Bourne Bio-. i>i*>-s  vv.-ne -toie *on * McKeii/i'- Av  time. I'll" n.'v. litubling will  plt-ted in twn months.  *.   in, .m-  \*; com-  s    Brick for Sale.  Tne undersigned have just bitriie-.l a  kiln of -"iOO.uijO brick, of lir*t cl isi  quality. For price .inef iiifoiin.ii ion  .ipplv  to <'. B. Ifiiiin.- A- Co  SPORTS.  I������h V.-l.-li'KI   e-fi-uv; i i.l 11.  t  - leillnw iiik vkij)s are  elected  the sea-nii ��������� \    ,\|    I'nikli.iii  Brown, (,   .-,   McC.irli-r. A   E  i.  he follow intr ^kiii- are  elected   ioi  ���������   II.   A.  K in.',i nl,  ,1. II   .liii'ksnii    \V.   .\     l-'tujl".   W    \|  Liiwii-nci-   D   ,\I   I'.ip, ll  A   l"p|i(i  An in\ itatinii 1 i.i-t lit'cn   ii'i'i-ivr|    to  send i ink- t<> tin1  I'on-pK'l   at   (,i,|,bii  tin- Nl .uul "Jnd of l-'i-bi ti.iiy.  sK VI i\(i  The skating i ink i-pi'iii d on S.iiiii-  d.iy wit h good ice, ,  IIO'KfcV. I  The hockey boj- praefic,. at t In*  nuk Mund.iy*, Wednesday- ,iik| Fn.  day.".  CHURCHES.  Mi.tiioiiisi��������� .Subjects : a. m.,"l(ight  Motives," j, in., "Kivc Hea-ions foi  Chinch l-'nion.''  1'ki:mivieima.v ���������Subject.:    a    ,,,  "Coinmiiiiioii",'t..    i���������.,   ".Vatliiiiniel'H  Confession."  SwKDi.sn Skrvici:.���������Bcv. S. D.  Hawkins, of Vancouver, will hold'services in the Presbyterian "church  ihursday at 8 n. in.  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary  Plumbing, Hoi  Water   Sfcam Healing.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Filccfric Lamps,' Door Hells and  Annunciators,  i  Electric Fixtures g,rn5l!..I,u  C. P. R. Master Mechanic  Promoted.     '  C. H. Temple,''who has been master  methanic for thc  Pacific Division   of  the C. P. R. for the   past   two   years,  lias been   promoted   to   tho same position at Winnipeg, and leaves shortly  flo enter on his new duties.     JIc  will  lie succeeded by Mr.   Phipps,  'master  mechanic at Calgary.      Mr.   Temple  has been a resident of  Rcvclstoko for  hevcral years, having been  shop  foreman   before   master   mechanic',   and  when his duties to  the company permitted  it  he has always been to the  fere   in .any   movement   for the advancement of the city.    We wish him  all success in his'new sphere of work.  A , complimentary,    banquet'  was  tendered 'Mr.' Temple   at  the Hotel  Hevolstoke last evening.      ,  -    ',    '  About 75 citizens and   railway  employes attended tlie banquet, the com-  pnny's'inechanical .department being  strongly ropicsentod. A splendid billof  fare vvas provided  by  .Mgr. McDonell.  Supt.; Kilpatiiek   presided,   and was  supported on the light by the guest of  (he evening, and,on the left  hy Host  (!. II. Macintosh.     Excellent   music  was   discoursed   by   Messrs.   Shearer  (piano), and Doyle (violin).   -      ������   '  , Regrets   for   iion-attendanco    vveie  lead fiom Gein Supt. Marpole", "Supt.s  lieasley and   Lawience,    Locomotive  Foremen Scott and   Caiey, .Messrs. J  L Smith. T.-Liidgato, J.  E. Griffith,  F.'.W. Jones, Grant  Hall,  A.   Purvis,  Townlcy, Ge'n. Supt.   Trice   and . Dr.  Proctor.     , ,   '  Cen. Supt,.,Marpole .wrote.:      'il re-  giet the loss'sustained   by . the Pacific  Division in   the   tinnsfer of Mr. Temple to the Cential Division.      I    have  olhcially and privately complimented  Mr. Temple on the 'exceedingly   good  work   performed   by   him imthe discharge of the mechanical  duties,  not  onIy,as master mechanic  but  as foreman   and   general , foreman   of.   our  shops,     'J   c-iii' also  truthfully'state  that,   as j master   mechanic   of     thc  Pacific JJivision,  I have always found  .Mr. Temple to be actuated by  a spirit  of fairness'and good-will to his  men;  dealing justly and fearlessly by  them  as the occasion demanded.      In 'conclusion I may add that if the, transfer  of Mr. Temple was not  in   the, "direct  lino of promotion, and to his 'advantage, J should not have consented   to  it  Ior   the good  and   perhaps  selfish  reason    that,   as   with   the people of I  Revelstoke   who   are   losing   a "good  citizen   and   friend,   I   am,   and my I  division is, being bereft  of one of .its  most loyal ai d capable olhcers." *  The tables being cleared the following was the programme :  Toast :    The King.  Song :    J. Guy Rarbcr.  Toast.    Army and   .Navy,   coupled  with name of C.ipt. Brown, who pointed out a change  was  being made   in  inipeiial   military   arrangen ents   by  which Canadians would   be  called on  toon tribute   more   to   national defence.    (Cheers).    He complained the  l'-cn! corps of Rocky Mountain   Rangers and   Rifle   Association   were   not  supported as they should be.  Hong :    J. Lyons.  ,Stipt. Kilpatrick said this banquet  was only a slight token of the esteem  in which Mr. Temple vvas held and  tin.-, step uf advancement was to wind  the top which he would be sure to  attain.. Mr. Temple would never  crowd a man oil' the ladder to make  .way "for himself. (Cheers). As a  citii/en Mr. Temple and Mrs. Temple  were ever ledders in anything tending  to the enjoyment and advancement of  the welfare of the people of Revelstoke.  He rcgiettcd lo-mg .Mr. Temple, and  .mud cheers culled on .Mr. Phipps to  read the following address :  .      i'KF.SKXTATIO.V.  Mr. Temple was then presented  with an address, uold bended cane,  and "et of pipe-. The -address was  prettily engrossed by Mr. Orchard,  and headed with a sketch of Mt.  Begbie.     Tho address was ns follows  "���������Revelstoke, June Kith, 15)00.  Dear ,Mr. Temple,  We, tin* unde-i������iK:ied, beg to take  this opportunity of expressing our  good-will and best ,vi0hes for your  future welfare on tins, ihe eve of your  departure for Wirini{-eK, and at the  s-.ime time congratulate you upon  your well-earned promotion, which we  r-gret noce-nutes 'the removal of  jmir-elf,md family from Revel-toke,  ai wo have learned to admire your  ste-rbn^ worth and good (jualitiejs both  nvest  You realize tli;it Re;il'R.s't;ile in Revelstoke offers a very profitable and stile  investment. Do you realize thai prices  are bound to advance from 25 per cent,  to 50 'per cent.' within the- next few,  months ? ' '        '  p���������  t'i  , Will be worth something- tc you to investigate the correctness of/ this,' statement; il matters not whether you Have  a few dollars or'a few thousands to -invest. There'can only be one result���������  PROFIT. ,     .     '���������     ,  Is the time-lo invest. Now. is the time  to investigate." Now is-the'time to  familiarize yourself with the - different  properties. Call today'for list a'ncl terms  DO IT NOW Our land is the choicest in the City���������ihe Smelter Townsite.  Revelstoke Insurance  *     Agency, Limited.  Real Estate. ' "' Loans.    * .Insurance. '  This gathering demonstrated the good  will that existed toward,him  over thc  whole of the .Pacific   Division   as well  as the city  and'it did   him. good to  know that.   (Cheers). . Engineers Mc-'  Nab and Allan were the first  men  he  knew'on the [division.   - He '.was door  manager at Yale when the   shop, was  burned and he vvas   moved -, to   Vancouver till 1885), when ho was appointed locomotive foreman.   , From' there  he vvas appointed to a similar position  at Revelstoke in 1891.    He vvas happy  to say he had had the  undivided support of the employees  of *thc   Pacific  Division. 1 (Cheers).    -190-1 had  been  the banner year of the Pacific Division,  and as a result he had boon summoned  to take the better .position.'    ,Whon  the otter was first made he declined it,  as he'had been so long on this division  he vvas inclined   to  remain,  and only  agreed to the change when pressed by  the   management.-"     Otherwise     he  would have preferred -to remain'with  SAD FATALITY       POLITICAL.  I*. *������.   j i'i'i * 1   1*      1      < -  in.  Second Street, Revelstoke  a.s a eiti/.en and an official of the com  piiiiyynu are connected with. We  Unit that you will meet with every  'suecc-i-i in your new position nnd that  it may prove to be the stepping stono  to a still higher Ipocition in the company's service which we; feel yon richly  deserve.  riigne,e| on behalf of your collca^ui-i  and friends." .        . _'    ,  .(.Signed   by   about, 70  C. I?- Jt. om-'  ployci and cit.i'.ens),/' ��������� -*" ''   ���������   *  1 Tim cine and set e"if pipes' we-t-c "in'"  sciibed "I-resoiitcd to C. H.-Tomplc.  by citizens and C. P. ll. employes of  Revelstoke, Jan. 13dIi, l!)0f>."    y  Mr. Temple's health having, been  drunk with musical honorsMr.Temple  thanked them for the honor done  bim.     He had tried to do his duty,  his old friends/" (Cheers).-. When-he  was laboring ' in . his new field they  could remember < there would be ii  warm spot in his heart for the Pacific  Division.   (Cheers).  Song : Dr. Cross.'  - Toast: The Province, coupled with  T. Taylor, M. P. P., who said the present government at Victoria wore  trying to do their duty honestly and  faithfully. In losing Mr. Temple  they regretted losing one of their best  citizens. .        .  Song :    J. Guy Barber.  .Toast:      "Dominion    of   Canada",  coupled with  name' of    Ex-Governoi  Macintosh.  Song :    J. Lyons.  Toast : City of Revelstoke, coupled  with Mayor and Aldermen.  Ald.J McCarter expressed regret of  citizens at losing, the guest of the  evening from thcir'niidst. He believed  Revelstoke had the greatest future be;  fore it of any city in . British Columbia.    (Cheers).  ,A Id. Lewis and the Mayor also responded, expressing regret at lo=s of  Mr. Tcmplo as a citizen.  Song. . W-r McLeod.'  ''Financial and mercantile interests," coupled with Messrs, Phipps,  Lindniark, Gcrielle, J. G. Mitcdonald,  H. J. Bourne, Coursier,' Lefeaux,  Whileacie. Mr. Phipps said the Inipeiial Hank had faith 111 tho province  and was prepared to back it up to the  full limit.  Mr. Bourne said it was evident the  officials out here ran the railroad so  well they had to take them cast to  show thcin how to bring the road to  the same excellent pitch. (Cheers).  When ,Mr. Taylor told them how the  government had improved the finances  he forgot to tell them it was done by  doubling the taxation on the merchants. (Hear, hear). They did not  got a fair return for their money and  be con-ode,e-el their member might do  .1 little- more for them.  Song :    Dr Cross.  Tu.ist, "Old Timers", coupled with  n.imc-j of Messrs. W. M. Brown anel  Holten.  Concluding toasts were: "The chairman", "Press" responded to by E. A.  Ilnggeu, "C. P. Jt. Employes'', re-  "ponde-d to by Messrs. Trimble and  Newman, "Prnfci-Hioiis", responded to  by Dr-j, Cros- and .Sutherland and  Rev. C. A. Prociuiier, "The Laelics",  1 cspoiidwl to by Dr. Sutherland.  Concluding songs were by Dr. Cioss  and J. Lyons.  Mr Temple- leaves feu  Winnipeg  tomorrow.  C>. R. Employee Killed.   ;  This morning the body of W. Shearer, who has been employed' in the C.  P. R./reight shed here for some time,  was found oil , the track ' in the yard  bndlynnangled, two engines having  run over the body. Deceased supplied  the piano.niusioat the banquet Inst  evening, anil left tlie Hotel Revelstoke  about f) a; m,, for his j-00111 in the  freight shed. The morning .was pitch  dark on account of the electric lights  bcing'but and it is'supposed an engine  struck him and killed him, 'the remains, lying on the track till found by  Sam Smith at daylight. An inquest  vvas to be hold this afternoon.    -,  Tho Eagles will take 'charge of the  funeral, which will bo held" tomonbw.  An'important   meeting   of Eagles is  ,,'TV               ,.,tJt-uii,s     ui    angles    IS  called for tonight  tot  make   arrange  ments  Z'  IMPORTANTMOVE  Mason & Risch Open Wholesale  ���������.���������..i.-,,.   -Warehouse.  Other   Wholesale    Houses  Open in Revelstoke.  to  For "many years it has been held  that there is no better distributing  centre in Riitieh Columbia than Revelstoke, and that it ought tOfbc the  Spokane of Western, Canada. That  feature of the city is now being recognized, and jvo arc informed that several  warehouses."intend opening in Revelstoke, with a view to making it the  distributing point for northeast and  northwest Kootenay and tho Okanagan valley and Vale'  The first firm to take definite action  in this direction js thc well known  linn of piano innniifactiuers, Mason  it.Risch, of Toionto. Their icprcsen-  tativo," Mr.* .Whiteacre, who controls  the tenitory for thc firm from Region  to Alaska, was in the city this weok  iind arranged to takeover J. C. Hutch-  j-on's warehouse on the spur and Ih  it up font wholesale piano warehouse.  A stntV of two will be kejit in Uovelstoke to cover the country between  Golden on the east and North Bend  and Okanagan valley on the west, the  company's business being in chariro of  C.V.Joncs.      ' h    ���������  Mr, Whiteaeie says if the city council will take hold of this matterof having manufacturing and wholesale linns  establish warehouses in the city there  arc-several /inns who arc ready to do  so now, iind ho ndvises the citi/.ens to  show they arc alive to the importance  of the development of this new phase  of the business intciests of the city.  J horc,is a move on foot, originating  in the lumber interests, to run G. S.  McCarter for' the ' Kcvelstokc ��������� seat in  the provincial, .elections, should the  house dissolve this winter. There is a  strong feelingi-amongst tlie- lumbermen that, their interests aic utterly  neglected at Victoria.  -.A Conservative 'convention lit  Ottawa endorsed Mr. Borden for thc  leadership, Hon. G.' E. Foster to' act  as leiidci till 11 seat 'ban be found for  Mr. Borden. .   .  .A seat in the Commons will be i>ro-  vided for Mr. Aylcsworth as early as  possible.        -    ���������      j  . At a caucus of Conservative senators  and member's "it.was unanimously de--  cidcd not to accept the resignation of -  R. L. Borden as loader "of, the' opposition, and a telegram was sent to him  in the name bf the party urging him  to conic to Ottawa at once to arraiigo  to resume his duties as loader, a scat  to bo found for him, probably Carlton.  The Dominion, parliament met  Wednesday.    Sir Wilfred proposed  R.  J'. Sutherland as speaker, and lie  was  installed.  -   Dixie Jubilee Singers.  The musical event of the season for  Revelstoke will be "the entertainment  given by the famous Colored Jubilee  Singers on the evening of Tuesday the.  -Mill. The Epworth League is to be  congratulated on having secured their  services and thus bringing to our town  these popular singers. No lover of  good music should fail to hear them.  Cut Glass  The  Best  on  Eartti  iffis"'���������" St" ^\i'  *s~f tt"~-���������*"���������--^IjK2y~S3i  d&^'M^mi  XMAS GIFT  J������ Guy Barber  WANTED  REVELSTOKE  CITY ELECTIONS  -;The C. P. It are instituting 11 course  (if instruction for trainmen on western  lim-H ,md in future these must pass a  rigid (**<irAfVftTl,inri-/if^n^ifteiitiem is  ..to uiuento Uic hicil to thchighest  point, of cllicicncy, enabling any one  of them,to take charge of a train in  ���������an emergency.  Phoenix will celebrate in style the  opening of the Great Northern to that  town,  Former   Council,  Elected   by  Acclamation.  The satisfaction which last year's  council gave the city could not have  been better evidenced than by the  fact that they were returned by  acclamation at the nomination on  Tuesday. K. Tapping put in a nomination for No. .'I ward but withdrew it  011 finding" the citizens were well  ���������pleased witli.jiia ttom^aajfchey.-werd.' ::E  _.;'.��������� * ,'mor vvas elected school |trustce  unoppoa'cd. ""  ~ LABORS CALL  270,000   miners    are  expected    to  strike in Germany,  IOS1��������� Thursday between First and  J Second streets on Robson avenue  a small hand satchel containing ,-1  hunch or keys. Kinder will be i-evvaid-  t'd by letiiining same to Mis. Ilan-  burys resLiiiiiiint, KirsL stiect.  WANTED���������Tt'iichfi    I'm   Japanese  Boy.    Apply P. O. Box 20(1.  WANTED-Work ot any kind by  young married man; good with  horses; adaplod to bvsiness; wire, trotul  conk.    Apply ul Mail oflice*.  ANTED  . .       fan:  Mail office.  WANTED-Situation with ptivate  -.  fami.ly.      Apply  to Kootenay  w  ANTED-Seveial good men to  o- ,-, T,k flrol|nd sawmill and yaiel  Big Bend Lumber Company. Arrowhead.  WAiNTED-MEN AND   WOMEN'-  111 tins  county   anel. adjoining,  y?W}$y&fi-to--XepWMiil.,yiil ������dv-t*e*tise'  nn old establishi'd house of soIicl'"/in.*in-  cial   standing.     Salary-to ���������hunt  $21  weekly, to women !jll2  to .$18  vvt-eklv  with expenses advanced each Monday  by check direct  irom   headquarters-.  Horse and buggy rurnished when nee-  eessary; position permanent. Address  pSW  ni0-8'  & S?,- DePt-'A,  xMonon  Bld&., Chicago, 111, 98 ja 28  ������     <  ; ������������������  1        '       'if'-i  ,'i   c-     M/  I  I  I


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