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 I      i Mr.; 1  Ttmvlmcinl Library     u  ���������������.. ���������:__ Yf*Jt.~>  NewSouveiiirpir'  (Town Views) at  Bews' Drug Store  ���������  - if  Ob      c< li  '���������\..r  7'C p.'  : A  ��������������� ^'  'tf  Chamois Vests  1 and Chest Protectors  at Bews''Drug Store.  Vol. 12.-No. 31'  REVELSTOKE. B. C. NOVBM'BEU  ?j()i)  $2.00 Per" Year  0 i-s-������  LIMITED.  DEPARTMENT STORE.  - Write  . For  Samples  Whole Sale Tailoring.  " *'*���������,'''    -        '        '  Come in niul' look over tlio largest line of. Tweed rind  Worsted Samples ever shown in '.West.' We enn lake your  measure aiid have your suiL math; by the largest wholesale  tailors,in Crinrtdii. ' 'W'cgiinriintcc'tlio^it SO YOU RUN NO  RISK.    We can give you a first e.lrihs tailored' suit in   ii"large,  fringe of nice cloths, made to  your measure, a great choice  , of   styles   to  choose,  "    '    '    "from  &V-" xl  >*y 11   ��������� .  i ���������  '  1 $20  'Agnin  wo  can. get  you   nny  "stylo oF coat voir want.*    Que  of   the   leading ''styles/is  a  Chesterfield, comes just below  Hire knee,,beautifully tailored,  .'velvet collar,   made  to ,,your  111011511 re.-fitrguaran.  i-    ,   r       .    '  .   *'   ->.'   '  tee.  Liaran- -���������, tfk/'/r  Comc'iri  and see these'they  will certainly interest you.' .,  You run no risk  Fit Guaranteed:  'C, B: Hume & Co. Ltd.  DEPARTMENT STORE.  ���������T'V  Iv -< .  '? IMPEML BANK- "OF ^ANM,*" ���������"  J_" . Capital Authorized, $1,000,000,   Capital Paid Up, S3 300,000. . Rost, $3 500,000.   _ '  ,   i-   ..,".'--    Head Office, Toronto,'Ontario.     *���������  ,      1 r p        , *       "ri      ' s '  * i      * r '     - -      *       -       ,* ** -T ~'  "Brauchos in tho Nortliwost Torritorios, Mauitob.i, Ontario and Quobpc.  ���������Aud   tho following points* in  Britiih  Columbia:    Craubrook. Goldou,     ������   ,  '" Nelson, Ro-.ol-.toke, Trout Lake, Arrowhond, V.iucouvor and Victoria.  \ .  , j -       ' * *  T R Mekritt, Prosidont.       , D. R WiijKIC, Vico-Prosidout aud Gon&rul Managof.  E. Hay, A*-5istaut"Gouoral Munagor.-   W. Moffat, Chiet Inspector.  '' **i      (- - 1  Revelstoke' Branch, B. C.���������A General Banking Business Transacted {  Savings Doi'.irtinout���������Doposits Rocoivod aud lutorost Allowod. '���������  1 .     .f      . ��������� ^   *  Drafts sold Mailable iu all parts of (inundn, United Statos and Europe  Special attoution givon to colloctious. _* A. E. Pnu'i's, Managor  THE A. E. GEORGE COMPANY  For  TeiiDay  for  J!M ������XT*  s 1-3 off  Gash.  For the Next Ten  Days to further reduce our stock we  will give 1-3 off all  our regular prices  in our Dry Goods  and Men's Furnishing Department.  TERMS   QASH.  THE A. E. GEORGE COMPANY.  SALMON ARM  Sad Death of a School Teacher  , 1  , Miss C. M. ("iiiiikslia.v.of Chilliwaok,  who lirrs been teaching school ne.-ir  here, died suddenly Tuesday evening.  Dr. '.Cross, coroner, of Revel-stoke, who  had heen summoned, held air imprest  on Wednesday, a verdict of dentil from  natural cruises wns loturncd. ]fenrt  failiiio is supposed to have been the  ennse of denth. The body was hent to  Ghilliwnck 011 Wcilneridiiy's triiin.'  Jt is stilted the poor girl wns the  victim of uiiwiir.iriued slander on the  pari* of some oHieriicighhois* nnd Hint,  she took it it]so much to heart it  resulted in her denUr.- If the facts'arc  as, reported to u-* tho slanderers should  he prosecuted.  THE CORONER  It  is rihuut  time  District Coroner-  Cross got ir blinking up.  Only recently  the',residents of Criinhoriro 'sent a  (     '   * *  iiieinoiinl in   lo the  Provincial Secie-  tiiry.eoinplairiing of hia conduct. Mils  is n public, olliee and lie owes n diity  to the public.,. On two "'or three  6cciisionsJthe Mail stulY has, applied  to him for information on iiiiitcers" of  public' import.'! Jf- personal, reasons  were concerned we could"- not -get'- it.  The Salmon Arm case is one in point.  On oiii- lepresentntive asking the coroner for the facts he refused to, give  them. There are all sorts of rumor-fa  about concerning this sad atVair' nnd  the public have a right, to know the  truth. Anyone who will lend.-r'mself  to suppressing niattcis of this kind is  not a proper guardian,,of the'public  interest.       ,   - *      ,  BOARD OF TRADE  A t a meeting of the Bqard;of Trade  (Thursday business of considerable importance was transacted.    C. F_. Lind-  ���������  mark presided. .'  ."    -  It w.is_reported_that lepresentatives  of the Zinc  Commission  had-visited  thcoity to^e'uquire .ihtot_the /ino resources of the district and would re-  j i . - .1* x  turn in the spring tooexamine properties. "Meantime 1 they wished the  board to ' compile a report for.their,  information. ' Messrs. McCarter,"Lind{  mark, and Haggen ,. were appointed a  committee to compile the report.  It was "decided that, ia_ view of the  importance of the upper Columbia  River above Kevelstoke, as a tourist  resort the department of the Interior  be asked to authorise Mr. Wheeler, of  the Topographical Survey, to visit  that section with a view to having  surveys,,ieports and photographs made  of the principal features of' that  section.  It was resolved in view of the growing importance 'of mineral development in the Bend to ask the Geological Survey to have an examination  and report made on the country not  yet reported on by the Depaitment  between the Arrow Lakes and Big  Bend, and that W. A. Galliher M. -P.  be lequested to support theiequest..  It was resolved lo ask the piovincial  government to put in n ferry across  tlie Columbia River nt Kevelstoke.  THE FALLS  ON EIGHT     ',  *    MILE CREEK  REVELSTOKE  XX,.     ���������'    ,    ������   ���������_.-/ VOTING COMPETITION.      '  ���������    '  -  '     - ���������  ., .'-.     ���������  -   The Tourist jVssociation want an appropriate name for the beautiful falls"on  Eight Mile Creek,'which thoy_intend to-mnke an  attractive resort for citizens  and tourists.r The.Mjiij invited suggestions of a name for these falls and the  following weie suggested^ -      ,        ' ''       \      ��������� "('"''   '  J���������Alexandra   5���������Minnehaha    0,���������Hallelujah      ' '    J3���������Gladstone  2���������Victoria--- 0���������Foi-sland   ' '10���������Longfellow,       -       ' , I'l��������� Henry Irving  3���������Buft'alora     7���������Forty nine    11��������� Porcupine   ' .15���������Tanliamar, '  -I���������Togo" '  l   l8���������Glory";        ' L2���������ThciMaid of tho Mist   1G���������Silver Tip  * The Mail will-take a'vote,on the above-names.   The prize of $5 will be  . .*i     >' *   ' " Mi  awarded, to the person who suggested, the-name obtaining the greatest number  of votes,'and that name will^bc adopted.' All votes must be 'in by November  14th, and must be 6ent on the"following form:��������� -      t  ��������� ', . ", *    *,'   MAIL NAMING COUPON.  A Caplpad of Choiee  C\ '��������� ''        r     '  J      lO/^jOrilOlOQ  ���������',,lst  to  ,,a"t'*   including   new Salt  VJl VJVjCX It/iO   -Hiring, Mackerel, Cod and Salmon,-  ' 01iilliwacklfoncy,and lots of dclicoces  Two Cars Ashcrofl' and' Okanagan -Potatoes,-  Veg*otables', Fruit.  ; One, Car Ogilvie Flour, and all Kinds of season-,  /'     j,    able goods arriving daily.     ' ���������   ���������  ll.rve our dii'vpi c.ill tirnond in your order.     Wcsdo not tell fairy tales"  ni'iiut H'llintt (,'ooila in small lot.snt wholesale figures, hut wo guarantee,  siitii.fiictioii and prices right.  ' BOURNE; Bros.  ���������"KAI)('ir.M{TKI"Sri'OI* CiKOCKIllHi?, IUHDWARB, STOVES, etc  YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD FOR-  I vote toname Falls.  "-   Name of .Voter:.  SHOCKING  C.-P..R.  Immigratioh Special  -   Wrecked. -  .. ���������        ....   (.    . ��������� -   -  1  .   V  *. /     ;    " ���������       " *���������  Two Women Passengers Burned to Death.' ������������������-  The C.*P. It. lino is unusually fiee  from accidents but at.'Kenora on-  Tuesday one, of the worst accidents  that has happened a passenger train  on the C. P. It. line took place when a  special immigration ^train of IS  coaches was wrecked. It .was1 standing on the track taking water -when  the fast freight crashed into the rear,  owing, it is believed, to the engineer  dozing as he passed the flagman's  signal. Two women weie burned to  death. Men smashed the windows of  the burning coaches and dragged  women and children to safety. The  occupants of the train were hurled in  all directions when the fast freight  struck.  KNOX CHURCH  Induction and Dedication.  A meeting of Kniuloop.*- Presbytery  will be held in Kevelstoke on Wednesday, Nov. Sth, at S o'clock for inducting Rev. J. P.. Robertson into his new  charge as pastor of Knox Church. The  following is the programine :  Rev. C. W. Whyte, Moderator of  Presbytery, will preside nnd induct.  Rev. J. H. Miller, of Field, will  preach.  Rev. J. G. Duncan, of Salmon Arm,  will address tne minister.  Rev, W. A. Wylie, - of Kamloops,  will address the congregation.  The new chiuch will be opened on  Sunday, Nov. 12th, special sei vices  are being arranged for the occasion.  LUMBERING.  CHIPS.  ���������A. Boston firm liars purchased 400  cars of British Columbia shingles.  The Mundy Lumber Co. intend  adding a large drying kiln to their  mill equipment at Three Valley.  -  S. H. Bowman, of the Bowman  Lumber Co., returned Saturday from  Comaplix where he arranged for the  erection of the big mill to be provided  by the company at that point.  Get a copy of "Picturcbque Kevelstoke" to send to your friends.  Price $1.  CITY COUNCIL.  GREAT N0RTH-  >yx <ERN MINES  *,v ��������� . ���������  * .    Visit,of W. B. Pool.'-1,  ���������W. B. Pool is on a visit' to the city  today , shaking hands with'.his old  friends who arc glad to bee him back.  He informs us the Great Northern  Mines have already raised .$60,000 for  the development ' and, equipment, of  their piopertics and they intend raising another $(50,000 which will enable  the piopcrtic-i to be operrted in the  bust and most economical manner,  and it is believed will convert them  into early dividend payers. .  A Nelson telegram says: Three  diicctor*-., F. W. Godsal of Pincher  Creek,. W. F. Cochrane and W. B.  Pool have each subscribed $20,000  *apiece to tho fund, and the first-named  direclois will proceed to London and  will raise the balance.  Last months clean-up of the Oyster-  Ci itcrion realised $0000.  and Carpets  ���������T  R. HOWSON & GO'S  FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.  'PICTURE  FRAMING  r  RUBBERS   AT   COST  r to 5- .  11 to' T3  4 to 10^  Ordinary $i.oo,,now S^cents  Men's-Storm Rubber  Boys' ,   ".'*'" "������������������  Youths',"      '    .."  .Child's'   "     '    " '.  ���������Women's".    '   ,   "  Masses'   "' , ' ''     -.' ���������'_"  Boys' 1'Buckle Lumbermens, i to 5, "  Youths' "      .,    ,'<"���������-   ir to n,-"  '���������  , ���������    25 per cent, cash discount on all.Furnijhing, Hats, Beady-made  ''   * "Clothing, 'Boots, Boys' Clothing etc. ' ,      .     _''  E. J BOURNE   FIRST St.  80,  ((  65  65,  ��������� a  55  ' 50. ���������  v  40  75>  60  65.  *(c\  5������  1,25.  <(  1.05  I.IO,  90  r   <  Special meeting Monday. ' All present.  - C'OKUnSI'ONDKN'Oi:.  Col. Tracy usked photos and pnr-  ticuliirs re 'dnni nt powerhouse lo  abiist him in advising best ihc-ii-k ol  strengthening same.  It. Gordon 1 educating supplies���������  Authorised.  ' OKNIIKjMi.  -Resolved to extend sidewalk on  west side iMcKcn/.ic Avenue t<> I*.  Ifowson's new house.  The question of erecting building  over city scales was biought up nnd  the matter dropped for present.  Chief Bain reported a chimney  sweep was required and it wni resolved  to advertise for one.  C. 1'. It. leqiicsting information regarding . Kevelstoke for ndveilising  booklets  CHURCHES.  M"i:Tiioi>rsT���������Services will be held  in the Methodist church on the new  site tomorrow. Subjects: a. m ,  "How to reach the JMnsscs," p. in.,  "What the Christians of Kevelstoke  Need Most." The snoianient of the  Lord's .Supper at the evening service.  Ki\ox���������Knox Church is about ready  for the oulination services to be held  on Wednesday. The pulpit, a very  handsome structure, has been built  and kindly donated by William King.  St. Andrew's���������Rev. W. C. Culder  will preach in the evening on  "Ultramontanism and its development  in our fiee institutions." L, O. L. 1058  will parade to the church, in commemoration of the Gunpowder Plot.  NEW SOUTH  SERVICE.  Some Changes it Involves.  By the new ' fust service between  Revelstoke and Nelson passengers leaving Revelstoke on arrival of No. !)(i will  1 each Nehon at 7/15 p. in., nnd passengers leaving Nelson at 7.20 n. 111.  will reach Revelstoke at 5 p. m. The  Atenolol Ross 1111 id will do the business  between Arrowhead and Nakusp leaving Anowhead on in rival of the south  train from Revelstoke, and leaving  Nakusp on the return trip oir arrival  there of lire train from Nelson. The  Hlcnnrer AI hito will he used for lowiiii;  freight brumes nnd t he Ivoolciiny will  be used ns ri relief steamer.  THE MOLSONS BANK  -   " y  '"   Incorj-ornted by Act'of Parliament, 1855.   "  HEAD "OFFICE, /      , -' X - , MONTREAL.,  W>r. Molson M.vcpijerson, Ptes. '    '���������   rS. H. Ewixg, Vice-Pres.  J.vsu:s Elliot,' Gene'r-al Manager. '  Capita/ paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve; $3,000,000  Everything ur way of banking  business transacted without unnecessary delay. . , r  Interest credited twice 11 year-.it current rates on Savings Bank  deposits. - - '  W. H. PRATT, Manager,  Revelstoke, B. C.  Merchant  Tailors.  Everything a geiuleman wants' in the line of tailoring.  *  v   .       , Our stock is new and up-to-date.  Pressing and cleaning promptly attended to.  First Street, Opposite Union Hotel, Revelstoke.  REVELSTOKE,.B: C.  TOURIST ASSOCIATION.  A meeting of tho Tourist Associ  ation was held Thursday, O. J". I.ind-  mark presiding. The chairman reported the photographs of local scenery  had been obtained and he was satisfied a liner collection of photographs  had not been shown anywhere. They  wcro a credit to the place. The coiiiiiiittee were having them framed and  sent to dillcient points.  It wasdeoided to ask the Dominion  Fisheries Department to place young  fry at the disposal of the association  for stocking the str earns in the district with trout.  A letter was received from the C. P.  R. asking information and photographs for their new folders and  Messrs. Floyd and Haggen were appointed a sub-committee to supply  same.  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  Newly lniilt.      First-class in every respect.    All modern conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms.  Rates $1.50 per Day, Special_Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, .under  same   management  IT WILL MAKE YOU BLUSH  ^  With plensuie to enure and iii.apectour ncu Stoves and Ranges. A whole  cai lor.d to pick from. We buy them by the carload and give you the  benefit in price. WVo.irry always, a complete stock of all kinds of Ilard-  writ.-*, Shelf 11 an I ware, (irinrite Ware, Tin Ware, Enamel "A'aie, Cutlery,  fjiinips, Klectik* Supplie.- Paint.-and Oils, Kalsoinine, Uruslies, Brooms,  (.iiih, Rillc*,, Ammunition, Kioliing Tackle, STOVES AXJ) RANGES.  I'uriiii-h your Kitchen with Our Goods and save money.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE GO. LTD  TIioiiij .Ti       V. O. Ilov l?l.      M.iil Order���������" recmed prompt,nnd careful attention..  PlumbingiV Tinsmithing. Estimate*, given. Ilepair ������orkof all kinds done.  Saw Mill, Logging Camp, and Liimbsrmcn'b Supplies.     Carpenters Tools   /  S & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  ...������   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage :  '^sss^'Calgary, Alberta THE KOOTENAY MAIL  i".-,  ������be Ikootenav flfeait  IMJHlilSHKl)   S.YTUKl'.'iY. '  ���������AT���������  ( REVELSTOKE. B.C., f  SUBSCRIPTION    RATES.  llicluliny iio-lm,'L* 10 England, Untied  StjUr*;  and C.uuula.  Rv* the rcnr |llii-oiii;h iiottolllcu] ...  .  Half       "     ,   " ' .    .        .  Quarrer *' '* " .    <.    .  ..  "   Including Clit'i-linas Mail !>H<*. cMiii.  !WI  i        ���������   ADVERTISING   RATES.  MeaMireiiicnu Xoni-iirlcl I IS line*, make 0111  mclij.' I'rofeiied jiunilioiii. -���������'< jut cciii.  ;iddllioiinl. Hi all*., Murn.-il'c:-* and IJcillis,  S'c. t*.ieli iii-t*i*lion. All ml\c*ili-onioino  iiibject ro llie npiiruvnl of the iimn.-i|,'i*iiipiil  \V.lined and Cumluii-cil j'.iherllieiiiriil*.:--  '   Ayent.*. Wanted. Help  Wanted, SitnalIon*.'  ������������������A&iiU-d. ^.-Situation*. ���������   ViKimi,     Tciicliur-.  Wanted, Meeliaiiit*.*, Wanted,   10 words'or  It.*-' 25e.. eueh nddilion.il  word Iwo ucnt-*.  Clump,'*.-*, in ���������.Uindini; iidi-ci-ll-unii-i'ln iiiu*.!  1 ou in I)}* 9 a. rn. 'I linisdny of euuli week ro  ���������cciiru Kuod di-plny.   ���������jlruiillni; ndvoriisliiK  ��������� mutter ������ill he thariKCd twice iiinoiilli willi*  out uxlm, uhnigu J*'oi* inoie fie(|ii������n(  altenilloii*. the time occupied in iiihMiii;  ramo will he ch.uxed at, iiiiial i.Uei. r '  j'JH 1'HINTJNU ijroiiiiillyuxuoulcdiiL iu.i*.<iii-  ubie r.ito*.. r ���������   ���������  TKI'MS���������Oiili.   Sul)sei*i])tioii*i pnyiiblo in ad  -  '\ance.,       -  . , '  WJlUlEsil'ONliKNCK invited   on ii'iullom ol  'public inleie-l. .Cuiimiimieiaioub lo  Editor   limit,  be  accompanied   by   name   of  '    writer, nol ncuc-*arlly for publication, lm!  '>ii uvidi-iicuof KOod falili.   (Jorrcspondence  -honld be lulef. ���������'     '  , We request oup numerous renders to  favor us with their assistance In  makinfir the KOOTENAY MAIL, tho  most valuable lulvoi-tlsln/rmocllum  in, the  Kootenays by   Kivln/r , tho  "���������  .    proforenc'o    when    making-    pur-  1     ' chases   to   thoso   lirms   who    aro  rog-ular advertisers In,tho KOOT"  NAY MAIL.    '  jjh-.  tJlOHKISON,  D I * N T  ST.  I'KJCK :  NKW*      AWUKNUI"   IILOCI-C,  Mclvenzie Avenue.  E  DWARD A.  HAGGEN,  jMlN'ING   JSNOlNEEIl,  (.Mem.- A'ncrlcan  Inilitule JMin iik ICnKinecrs)  ,. , ' nudiun .Mininif '   'lilute.)  '*        K> , KLSTOKK, B. O. '  Examination .of and reports on Mineral Pio*  '.  - perties a Specialty.  TTUG11    S.'   CAYLKV,' '   *.   '  ,  , Barrister and Solicitor.  OFFICE���������'Corner of First StiVet and  ',Boyle Avenue, RevelstokivB. (J.  rjAKV*'"Y,.AIc<JARTJ2R >  Xl and pinkiiam,  .' .BARRISTERS", SOLICITORS, ETC.  Ofkicks :    1I0LSOX8   Ha.vic   lir.ocK,   Kkvh.i.-'  ������������������   , '        ' HTOrvK, it. C. ��������� '  .Money to loan.-.  Offices: licvoUroke, 13. C; Fort Steele, J3. 0.t  Geo. 8. McCahteu,  A. JI. Pixkham, ���������  , Ue\ elcloko, R. C.  there from present condition?:.  Tli" lipiillli of tlio city is of prime  importa'ncp, and wo, bflieve' the  citizens wonh'l willingly support  tlie necessnry expenditiirc for this  purpose n not her .yenr.  OUIt HOLIDAY XUMBKi:.     '  '    The iinnnril (Jhrisliiiris niinihcrof  the KooteiSav iMai'i.is now in hund  and will he lho heM, special   mini-  her of this paper I lint, lin!*! yet heen  is-uR'd.    A large numhor of eiigriiv-  i.rigs,   many   of1 which   have never  heforo  'been   published   anywhere,  will   appear' in    tin's   edition,   for  which tho best (junlity  of, printing  paper for illustrated worlt bus been  ordered.      Revelstoke   rind district'  have seen {fiTiil.  developnicnt, dnr-  in'g tliu "prt.^1   \'e,rir  nnd    a   special  fori In ro will he mnde of'this.     The  caves discovered on'Cougnr  Moirr.-  ii i  tain ccune in for special   ntlcnlion  niid their inierior and exterior  fori lure's'will boilluslrnU'd liyiiliout  twenty piulurcs,"wliilu the descriptive' miii'ur'wi 11 he from lho pun of  J.~A. Hakvky,  (.      Fort Steele, B. 0.  .S1  J. JI. Scott, LL.B. ' JV.  tCOTT   AND. BR1GG  I. liiiKt'-.  B.\RRISTKRS,"S0LICIT0RS, ETC  **'' MONI.Y TO  LOA" -  ���������solicitors j-'Or'jVIolsons'Bank ���������  First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.  XTbe .Ikootenav Ol^atl  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER -1; 1900  s* There are" a nunibor of lots in  the city on which, taxes are long  overdue or have never been paid  It is unfair to those ratepayers who  pay their taxes that this condition  of'thines should be allowed to.con-  tinue, and the city council should  order a tax sale of such lots with  a view to having them placed in  'tlie hands of owners , who will pay  the.taxes-the same as1 others. There  is not a city in the province excepting Revelstoke where such a  state of things has been allowed  to continue. l  Complaints are made that the C.  P.  R.  have  put in a turnstile at  ( *  each end-of the Columbia River  foot bridge, and these prove a  source of great trouble and danger  to ladies with baby carriages'who  have to.cross the bridge. The provincial government paid the C. P.  K. over- -$2000 for building that  bridge and some consideraiion  should be shown ihe public convenience by the company whoni  we hope to .-ee remove these turn*,  stiles riow that the matter is drawn  to their'attention. '  AN IMPORTANT HlOBU-'M.  I'f-fore another vear    |-a*--e.-   the  city of Kevtl-tokt* will have to face  the .-ewriL't- problem.   oLhenvi.-e tin-  irio-t di'ii.-i-ly built   portion   of   the  cily i- liah!.* to become ,*i_fever bt-d,  a- the re.-ull of   the   coiwliintly in-  (���������rea.-int: aceiiiiiiilatioi) of   lilth and  sen;i.s.'e.      A   .-ewer   -hnulrl at least  be provided for   McKen/.ie  Avenue  and the ino.-t densely built portions-  of J'"ir.-t. Second ami Third  .Streets.  1'he .-eplie tank .-y.-teni   would probably be the he.-t   to   irdopt.     The  river iiirproveinents will re.-ult in n  beautiful sheet of water at the city  and the bank*- of the   river  should  be planted with willow.-   and other  trees,   but   no   .-ewagt-   should lie  allowed    lo   flow   into   it save the  overflow   of   .-eptic   tanks,   which  would then be harmless.  When a ,-ewnge system is being  inaugurated for the city steps  should also be taken to provide a  septic tank for the public school so  as to remedy the nuisance existing  jjentlemnn whoso state men ts'ma}^  bo relied on as accurate.      We   he-  i  Move,tho recent discoveries in these  caves will, warrant tlio assertion  that they- will form oho of the  {inept--.natural and 'most popular  resorts of tourists yet discovered in  Canada, and we hope to give the  public what-they- havo been looking for���������an accurate statement of  their'extent and magnitude from  the results of a careful exploration  made by a man who'Ms absolutely  disinterested in the publication of  anything-save the actual facts as  they have been found to ex is tf  The mining  industry is showing  rapid progress, and   will   be. dealt  with   in   a-,manner  calculated   to  1       i  draw to this section of tho country  the attention'it deserves from pros-  pectorsiiind mining investors.  The lumbering industry is making big strides, and a review of-the  facts relating,to-lhe industry as il,  now'exists, with a stateirient'of the  timber resources of the country,  will be an eye-opener to many,  people both at_ home and abroad.  , The openings for settlement, the  strides being made by frui.t culture,  the .prpsent'success 'attending this  project and the -great' prospects of  its.future will be dealt with.  , The" transportation interests'of  the district will have"the attention'  which,their greatness deserves.-  Tho tourist'attractions will be  more fully described than over before, and will be illustrated with  scenes now published for the first  time. - _  The position and 'prospects of  the city of Revelstoke and its surroundings will be fully dealt with.  A publication of this kind costs  money, much money, but its immense value in advertising the city  and surrounding country cannot  be estimated in dollars and cents.  The cover design is one of the  neatest produced in the west, and  will give the publication an ap-  pearence of rare attractiveness.  We ask our fellow citizens and  neighbours _to favor us with the  best support they can reasonably  give to enable us to make a big  success of this special edition. We  aim to make Revelstoke an important publishing centre. There  is no larger employer of labor or  better builder 'of a city than the  publishing industry, and hy our  enterpri.-e we hope to deserve ihe  support .given us in the aims and  objects we have in view for the  good of the city .ind district, their  progress and development.  '      '  REVIEWS.      ,,  "The History of the Interior of British  '   Qolunibiii," by A CI. Morice, O.' Mi  I. ' .'ilfiO, William   liriggs, Toronto,  Publisher.' -.   . ,  William Urigga, tire well-known  Toionto publisher, Irris given to the  'world some of the most valiiablo bbokb  on Hrilish Columbia nnd the Xo'rtli-  ivest, iind.weowe it' to this enterprising  Ciuiiidian publishing house, that an-'  other remarkably well-written rind  interesting book lists mnde it's apperrr-  anue. We refer to'"The Jlisl.jry.of  the .Northern Interior of'British Co-  lumbin," by Kev. A.'G. Morice, 0. (JM.  1. of Mission City.' /1'lie volume con-  sistf of 318'pngcs, ^printed on n  substantial bonk paper, bound in green  cloth with gilt letteiing and is -a  handsome addition to' the" libriuy.  The .volume is abundantly illu'str.iti'd  with high class engravings which lend  to the interest of the work." The  "li-agG'r.u-o full of entrancing narrative  and historical research; and no British  Columbian knows his country without  having read this masterpiece of  literary contribution. _.  Kev. Father Morice tells his.Htpry  candidly and fairly-to all parties'nnd  interests. ��������� Tho houk'is published at  .������������������2.50 and is one of the most v.ilunble  books at the money among the pnbli  catioii-j of lire day! ' Ordeis should be  sent 'in 'personally to Rev." Father  '.Morice whose address is Mission City,  15.'C. ' ������.  '.���������The Fas-sing of a 'Race" r by B.'W."  lLiggins, Victoria, 13. ''C.\ puLiliolicd  by_Williaiii Briggs, Toronto, Out. ���������  ''The Mysticr' Spring iind other  Trilc.i" by JX-vW. Jliggiris, proved n  favorite'contribution to tlie literatmc  of the'west, and,the success attending  the publication Iris resulted in Mr.'  Higgins. putting out another volume  entitled "The ,Passing of a' Race, or  More Tales ,of Western Life." .,-Tlie  volume is in led eloth with scenic  cover, -typical of the ''Sea. of Mountains,'' which is th'6 scene of many of  _its rcm'iiiisciiecs, and the volume contains over !)00 pages.' Tt- is' well  illustiated and dei-ciihc's in graphic  tor ms thrilliii'j! inciclents.in th_3' li-.es  of those grand' old .pioneers; ���������''The  literature of the west has lioen en  riched by Mi. HigginaV inter:-.-ting  volumes and-we ad.vise- all to rend  "The Passing of a-Race"' and treasure  it with its companion volume "The  Mystic Spring."   '  Kootona     Lodc-c No. 15 A.F, & A.M.  Tliu reKiil.il* meet-  liiKt* are held ill the  Jlai-nniu Temple,  jililKi-llow������ Hall, on  llie I hliil Monday ni  each ifionUi at i>  p.in Vi-.itiniibrotli-  icii roi-diiilly wel  roiwd.  O. A. I'H.orUNIKIi.'Krcid.T.uiv.  ���������vKIjKJRK LODGE, NO   12. I. O. O. F.  JlecLx evcij 'I'liui-ndii'  j&>~ ljfjj\ (fSir-?s,!V ovi'iiniK inOddKellows  w' "-*���������      ^- Hull     ,il     b    o'eloek  Visitinii bictliron eoi  dlnlly  iiivihd  lo  nl  lend.  .     J. JI ATI UK, Sr:u  C   1). I'jMjMKH, N'.O.  ��������� fCe77i^7iSe>?r  ���������   ,.You spend with us for   '  -���������������������������     HOUSE  '  /pURNliSH,ING5  carries with it a full liquivalent of  ������ Value,    it's putting  MONEYUN THE BANK  To buy good furniture���������that's the  kind-we soil! ' There isn't a finer  collection in Western Canada than  what ni'ay be seen in'",,our show  rooms. Reliable Furniture of .the  quality it.pays,to buy, at the lowest  prices consistent with thatf quality  Have you, our catalogue?,- Tf not,  write for it'to'day. it's free, and a  handy book of reference .,'on 'all  house furnishing problems.  '������--jj  <!t(OI(U,BC  CITY OF NELSON  l '' - j r  viXi. How.it was Named./' ".  ''Xo *in.in is better ru-ipiii in ted willi  the early- history of tin*. "-K'ontena.V-.  (.luin .liiclgn Spro,.t,. ' On this, .tlie  centenary <>f Tinfalgar, many people  regard the city of Nelsorr ns having  been named after the famousla(lniiral,  but Judge Spioat informs us Hint he  himself first named it "Stanley," niter  the Cinvernor-Genor.il of (.larrada. and  finding there was anotli'r "Stanley"  in rhe Cariboo dis trie, he changed the  name to "Xcl-jon." after the J-entle-  inarr who was' Ijieut.-Gcseriior of tliu.  piovince at chut tinif.  RAIL AND STEAMER.  The   new    tr.nn   -i-ivice  etl"< ct .Sunday.    Nn"*. I ami  went into  (���������\pre������g  o  train- rrriw- run as far -i������ Cilgary only,  mill the expre-.j tram- now rurining  ihroiigh fOvel-loki* will lie known a.j  No-., til! arid 'Al No tlli li'ine^ V.iii-  emivpi d.tily sit 1 I..'{') arriving a t l.ev.'l-  ilr.kc .it X'-'A) iif-Nt day, nnd Xo. 'Al  ni nun from the e.i-t .it 17.110.  Th������* new -i(*h((liil(* of -nlnrie** for  conductors includes the follow ing  cli.-iiigc**: Conduclm-- of pn.������sciij;('r  tiniiiH hnve their -.ll.uieu ine.re.isi i\  from r(il2!) to .-fl.'IS per month, exelniiv"  of nlloiMtncCn for extra mileage; frcieht  train conductors recciie .| I.I.") inste.id  of !fH !);"i for every 100 milei coven (I:  conductors of work triini- receive nn  increase of ^0 per cent h>-Milc*i .Hirh-  stnntiiil betterments in coriditiori" of  labor.  \\". Close, assistant to .second vice-  prcsidoirt, and Grant Huh, a<".iit.rrit  srrpt. of, m.-.tive powers, arrived' in  Itevnlstoke Sntiirday mnkirigri tour  of inspection of the plant aircl ahopa.  are manufactured " by ' Western  .men to. hi ee t  Western rcquire-  incuts.  In the liiiU'iiage  'of Ihe West   'ffln&ris/if,  /P     " -       / / ii t ��������� , ,     /y /f  Tigris   vi-      tjsv v ������-z-^  tFrf-s'', ^������ Tries (^Ct^zey^py-/^e^'  Maple ,  Leaf  11 '  C                                  i  ���������Rubbers  ���������- O      1  Styles to  cover every  .',  , iiecd     from  fi n e .city  \ Best .  .wear lolum,  bcrmen's or  to ���������  ' Sell ���������  niiners'foot-"  wear. They  ,i  are all just  i-  as honest as  *  the .emblem i  ������Best.������  'siafiiifies.-rfi-r-=-  .".-'���������to,"'  t LBuy;,  J. Leckie Co.  J Limited, *  *  Vancouver,  . B. C.  . 'Best  ���������  <    to-',  - Wear-  SellingAgents.  r               t- ���������"   '  *"  .  CANADIAN METAL COMPANY, LTD.  SMELTERS,v  frank,   alta.  :, BUYERS QF   >    . ������-v  Zinc-bearing Silver-Lead Ores.'' Properties carrying,Zinc  , _ .   /    ' .  Ores bonded, developed and purchased. '  FINANCIAL  ASSISTANCE GIVEN *  ���������To,owners of'mineral properties carrying zinc-bearing ores ,'  p  in payable quantities.'   Send particulars of, zinc,ores'and c  <,,-'". _    '    ,    properties,to';' , *.���������  u ��������� ' '   _     ���������',.'' ,   "    E. A: HAGGEN, Revelstoke'.-   ' -  ", -'        .. --.   ���������        ..   Agent for Canadian Metal Company  20S_, " .   ' for North East^Kootenay, l*{.orih West Kootenay and Yale.    ' (( "��������� "'       i*  ORIENTAL HOTEL  "'  ������������������,    ��������� . ably furnished,with the choicest,the market     ���������l0'  - -   -    affords.    Best Wines,. Liquor's, &' Cigars.        * -'  ,.p '_ Rates $ i a day." 'Monthly rate."''' i     . ." ..,.-(.;_' -  .s   ���������  ',' I'hey're .tough  ns t hoy make  em '���������' '  Kvery pair is  Union made and  Cilia 1.1 n teed as  nearly perfect in  cut, fit and finish  ns human skill  can make them  For sale by all  reliable  dealers.  ,.M A S U !\A CT 11K K I"). I! V  Win. J. McMaster & Sons, Ltd.  .VANCOUVER,  li. C  AlphonsusDe1 Feo  ," -   \ PROFESSOR        ."���������   "'  "'      OF PIANO "~-  ,-    _      Lessons 50c. Each.  Given at Mr. Dominic Galliconb,  ���������    ���������*. '        _��������� iic'nr.Statinn. ' - ,  .. r        -,' . '        -^  Music supplied at "At Homes" and  Dances. ���������      ,^.  .'  REPEATING SHOT GUN  NEW MODEL N2 IF  a  ��������� ,    tHere Is the cheapest (food gun yet made. By llie omission of (he takedown tenlure we have  been able to KJSlly reduce the cost of production and nt the same lime have kcpl the sun up to the  famous hiuli 7ffar/f/i standard of -.trcnglh, yifi-ly nnd durahilily.   Notice the clean simplicily of  this pin.. The woikin-in^liin  and finish arc peifcct.   The weittiit is only 7 pounds   Tlie full choke*  liartcls are especially tared for smokeless, as well as hlnck powder and so chamhercd that 2'H inch or  I  l'l"C    1 T     nny.',c u**d._ Several improvements in the operating parts make it the easiest, most  reliable and best working gun in existence.   We nre glid lo make il possible for every lover of guns'  and bird shooting to gel ihis high grade rcpeating'shot gun at so low tt price.'-     ' ,.  Have >our dealer order it for your ~ , ,    " ~  ,1   ScntlforthcZfo-jTfi/jCalalogucand'ExpcrienccBookto-dai;.' Free for 3 stamps.   '     ,_  ZAeZfflar/in j^/^iar/ns'Of.^wnovf street,'New Haven, civ  Cook's, Cotton. Root Compound.  'ihe only hiifecfl'ectuH.l month's* ]  medicine on which women enn  dopend. Sold in two degrees of  'atreiiBth���������No. 1, for^ ordinary  . cases, $1 per box; No. 2, 10 degrees stronger for Special  Cnses, -F3 per box. Sold by all  drugin\ts. Ask for Cook's Cotton Hoot Compound; take no  nulisWtute.  Tho Cook Medicine Co.J      "Windsor, Ontario.  Drunkenness  Cured  Samaria takes away the appetite far  Liquor. The Samaria Tasteless Prescription, given without sufferer's kaowledgje  in tea, coffee or food, takes away the  appetite for I<iquor and builds tap the  whole nervous system, weakened by  strong drink.  Strongest testimonials from wives and  daughters who have cured Husbands,  I'atht-xs, Brothers and I'ricnds, secretly  and lastingly, no publicity, all private.  Creo  Parlrnno "n'li>-i*'ipiii'*tj'ii-iii's-fiill  -itI prii r-.ct in \,\nn ..<��������� il"li**i'* ^jji',1.   Cor-  i r< ���������* s .  ��������� >. ��������� *.; \ v r \ r  i.r^ r-., J.jI'*.,.i: hi  t- :ir''entiii. .".ildrr-ss:  "IKOY I"., '-������������������ Joril.ni  , 'i^roul'i, Crir..i<I i.  ^'ol    u,n I   ,i    rcin-ilv    ill if    '.Mil    n.if  nnly Kivc i|irn'k r.-lici rurr  i-fl������ rr .i i"-1  iiiiinciir cni-i'.  Yrm tt mi ,i rem i'l ly 111 'f nil' rf Iimi  Hie 111111*.- ii ml kfc|i cv|'ffiii|'.il Kill ' .iii  Von tt.mt ,i ri'iinily tli.il vrl i-mint.  ci ict .my Ifinlciify ti>',\.iril*< |'iii'iiiiii"ii i  Vf.ii tt-.'tnl ,t rcini'fly tli.it i-1 ('I1 ;i niit  .mil ������.,'rfi* rr> f.ik'c  ('lin imIi* i I i in's r* msjli li'in 'l\ rue is  nil llie*-!' i('f|iiii(:iM('rir*i uml fur il.r  spcfvlv .ind |ii;nn;ini*iit fine nf Ii.kI  (rold*. siiiiuls uitlioiit .i ofcr. Km--.tlu  hy nil (Ir uj<Uiuli.  Tiki Mn.Hi.nr MccIiiuiIch run). Tfir jrlruip lienlii  unci snfIfirw I lie Hklti, white iiriiiiiplly (ileiiiiHin*.  il of j<ri:;iHc, i.iil,riiil.. ol.c ���������liivalintlilo for m>i  rli.uiicH, fiinrier.-i. H|mrl.*<irirjii. Kruo Hiiiiifili) of  n-ci.'llil.iif 2������. for |i(w|ji.|fi... jAlburl. Toilet Soup  (..'������., riiiiiiiifant.urc-rfl. Aldiitrcnl.  McKenzie  and  Martin  THE   GROCERS  Dealers   in FRUITS  (ii*' am, KiNi'.-i ix .-;i:\so.v  OCEAN   STEAMSHIPS.  oyal Mall Lines.  Cheapest Routo to the Old Country.  ALLAN JjINK���������Ki-oin Wontreul.  Vicluriiiii Sept. ai  ll.iviiniui    Oct. li  Vii-jrinian    Oct. Hi  Tiiiii-.iaii  .' .'..Oct. 20  Vicloi-iiin : -. .Oet.ai  (JAN*. VM). ATLANTIC S. S.���������From llontre.-il  Luike Cli.unplain         v Sept. 2S  l.iko Krio      Oct.. 12  Ij.il.e Alunilobii Oct. Ul  DOMINION LINK���������From Jlontreiil.  Dominion  ' .' Sept. 21  Otlnu-a���������'.  Sept.IlO  KensiiiKton ...rf, Uel. 7  Cniiiulii : Oct. II  Southward    Oct. 21  Dominion     OeL. 2S  AJIKKIOAN LINK���������l'Yoni New York.  St. I'.utl Sopt: 30  Xciv York (Jet. 7  St. Louis    '. Oet. II  Plnl.ululplii.i Oel. 21  St. I'.ml      Oct,. 28  Wirri'K STAR LTNK���������from Now York.  'I'eiilonie Sept. 2!l  Oceanic Oet.   I  .Majestic    Oct.lt  Hniiic Oct. IS  'I'eiitonic Oel. 27  CUNAHI) LINE-l-'rom New Yoik.  l-'triiria    Sept. :t0  finipiiiii.i  ' Oel. 1  (Jnihriii      i  Ocl. 1  Lii'iinia Ocl.    I  Kliiirin    " Ocl.   7  I'asseii^ers ticketed through lo all parts ol  Orcul Dritain and Ireland, and at specially low  i.tle*<to all partM of the I'jiiropean.eontinciit.  -.pply ro nearest railway or htearnship uncut or  ui  T.   W.  BR IDS HAW. Agont.   Ro  olstolio  W. P. F-  CUMMINOS.   Pacific   Apont  Victorious iThrough Merit.;  4XM0C MAflK ((-rXISTCREO N0\(~������i 109<b ,  OXYDONOR liiiiniplis IIiioiikIi merit��������� for years-  , it. lias heen llie life yuiml of moi-e  l.lian a million  pi'i-siins.     ll is Ihe ointioiliiiiciil, of the  liiKhcst, law.'  I, iinwii lo huin.tn .science, i In it  is .eiuicentialed  I he  j e.\peni'nce   of,lho -ri'iMtcsl. .scientist of llie iikc * A  Ul-nrot love for hiiin.-iiiity.      ' _'    '  ; 'No ollii'i- iiKCiicy tor heallh has so'.iniiny failhful *  -Inends���������mine ollier,desei'\-cs .so niaiiy.        . -  OXYDONOR insl ils new lile into Ihe system; ri'Kcnci'-  nlcs, ti'lnviirni.lies nnil \ilali/es c\eiy, oiirun into the  piopei* (lis(,liai(ri* ol   llie luiiution for  wliicli  Niilure  intended Iheni.   lis u-e liiinys viKoimis heallh \\i|h all the vigorous activilj  lliat, makes   lifu  Will-Ill llVIMK. .     * * , ' i.i  No m.illit wh.il, iIisimsi'joii have, this is I lie only n.ilin-nl cure for il.    There  i= no "dimmer,  no pain, no (loetornoi* nii'ihciiie in iisinir OX YIIONOIt. ���������  II will l.isl alireiinu!and ser\e lho whole family.   SKND TO-DAY for book lil inuiled free,   ,  Willi* us a de-cription ol your case.  INFLAMMATORY  RHEUMATISM.-        '   '  Mr. .I.is. Ansen,  Itossland, H. (J., Can., wrilus, Miiruli 11, 1IKII:  "Some live years'ago I got  Oxjdonor lor my wire who was sullenng from lem.ile weakness.   Aflera week'*, u.se tlio doclor  liiiiisetf was surprised lo Iind suuli a uIuiiko, in fuel, it was enough to induce him  to'get an  0\>donor for his si.stei.  "A short tunc ago my uifu had tin al lack ol inll.iiiiiniitory i licumal ism. She could not walk  and her joints were much swollen. She applied ()\ydoiior. nnd before night tlio pnln had  ei'.ised, and ne\t morning I here was very litlle swelling, and she could -.will.* as well as ever,'  She had a similar at tact before we got Oxydonor, and w.is under a doctor's care for a month,  and sullered agonies."        i *  "it lias cm ed nic of a ..evei o cold." '  BEWARE OF DANGEROUS AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.'  The geniiiiu. bus tlie name or "Dr. II. Sanohe& Co.," plainly slumped on ils metal parts.     ,  Dp. H, SANCHE & Co., 2267 St. CATHERINE  ST., MONTREAL.  Dressmakers know  the importance  of little tilings,  that  make or t  ���������  Belding's   .Spool  the little things l!  and tailors a worl  icvenly���������spooled  knots,'kinks  s the/  little things  the/  big ones.  Silk  is. one  of  saves dress-makers  of.trouble. Twisted  arcfully��������� free   of  weak spots.  9_  SX^  Itf-I SIS  loolSilk  BRICKS! BRICKS!  Th." I'csi (Uny in Okiui,iniii" Vnlli'v,  W'i'll-litrriil, lii-rcks in Inr^c nr* -.innll  (|ii)ini nil", nt ri'.isonnlili* pi ices.  IONIiKKHY HKICK -feTII.K CO.,  ('//.rji-IT, lOnrl.'iliy, II. (J.  is the strongest, smoothest sewing silk for  Jiand and machine work. . ,  Kvery shade, tint and color for all  kinds of sewing.  When you buy, buy BEADING'S.  Mecahnics. Farmers, Sportsmen  Tu In-ill mid snfrpfi the n\c\n ntnl vc-  riKivi! -jtnjiiaCj-.oil nnd i-iih|, Mtiiin.s, [niiiil  und.(ini-rli, etc , u.se t-lu: 'i'iMu.sl.i.n- Mc-  cliarrio's Tin- Sim p. All-ui-t Toilet Soup  Co., niaiiiifrtcttrror.*), .'���������������������������,.  USE  Royal  Crcwn  oap  And i.ivc VV nippers for I'reiiiiiiiiii-.  IfOYAI. OI.'OVViV .SOAI' Iras, nci (-i|iiiil  'in lire iiiiii kct. Drop us n cnn\ rurd  wi- will mull yen n cirt.alognd illli^tr.it-  iiif,' tli': liL-niaiftil prcmiuniB. wo oft'ur.  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B. C.  Limited  Would'ot you like A  to have one of these Gr*mdK"-oncert Accordions?   Wc aie giriag thaa away mbao-  lutoly,*free to those -?rtio give ns a small  amount of their time. We aire detennined  by our liberality to jntiodacc onr faraoue |  Good Hops V������ge4abl������ Pllh, into every '  home. These POU are -������-3pJeudld Kjemedy  for all weak and impure conditions of  the Blood, Indigestion, Stomach Titrable,  Constipation, Weakaeas and all Nervous  Disorders. They are easily sold. Sond ua  no money, just yo������r name and address  and we will send you Eight Boxes of  our Famous Remedies.  Sell them at 25c. per box (these are our regular  60c. sfa������.)    When we receive the money for the Pills which we will send  you immediately after you have sold tlie 8 boxes and returned the $2. to  us, we will then promptly send you one of these Grand Concert Accor-  * dions. They have handsome ebonized case, 10 nickel keys, 2 stops, double  bellows, full rich tone, and will delight and satisfy you.   Our methods  are honest and we mean just what we say.    Don't miss this ohotnee.  Write us to-day;and be the first/in your "reality.  GOOD HOPE REMEDY Co. Dept. MONTREAL, CAN.  \  ������'*}  I /'  ,.'/  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  MINING MATTERS  THE BROADVIEW  *% a-  >  ft;  ���������-5  *  ,   Another Mine to be Operated.  One   of   the most  important denls  made in  this  section   for, some time  .lias just   been   closed   between  A. L.  -  Houston and lire own era of the Broadview.     This   group   of   nine crown-  granted  claims  is' situated  on Great  Northern hill,   and   during   the 90's  .    was worked by, the -Horn   Payne  Co.;  ' but'as the 'prices 'for',, silver and lead  were then very low,   and^th'e^cost  of  . production," freight i and  treatment  "  were higli,   the   property   was close'd  . down and has been idle since', although  there is nn excellent' .showing on  the  -. .    i -  ' propertyiand considerable ore in sight  both iii the shaft and drift,' and many  ,were the covetous ones. It-.was' left,  however, for a, syndicate of Trout  Lake's enterprising- people to1 demonstrate their faith in that mountain bv  putting up the necessary money to  secure a bond and further its develon-  ment. ���������'     ', ' ' 0  A crew of men will at 'once be put  . to ,work,   and   more   added ns opportunity is made.     -   *   , r"'   '  ��������� ,,Supplies will be "hurried  in  with a  view   of   pushing 'development   also  ..shipping'considerable ore  as soon  ns  rawhiding will permit.      11        '  Other deals are pending on the  "same mountain with outside 'capitalists.���������Review. '    * '"  ���������, -  PIONEER  REVELSTOKE  A Night's Talk Over Old Times.  ,THE REWARD    ���������  Indications!^ Ore in the Long  ' '.'        ��������� -   Tunnel. ~"l   -  The Review says :     ",A   strike of  some "importance  has  been' made*in  '-   the big tunnel of the .Reward, Co.   A  body of ore and quartz  was  encomit-  _,_ered, and while in -itself does not give  _' values sufficient to -.yarrant the handling,  it is' a- good   indication 'of the  near proximity of a-geod   body of pay  ore.    Ffteen  men  are  employed and  300 feet has beeii driven.     Two "drills  are now at work' on  the face of tlie  tunnel and good progress being made.  While" the Mayor nnd ' A Idei'men  were waiting for a.' council meeting  the other night they talked ( over old  times' in Revelstoke and the stianger  would have gathered the impression  this city was a hot town'in the old  days. | - ' -'���������,.,.  .,    .imxiK spkoat's state oKSicai:.  '   Judge Sproat''was the centre of some  of the stories.   One of his e.\periences  was on the occasion of   the visit of 11  pnrty of mounted  police  during construction' days.   '   The    Judge    was  practically dictator of Kooteiiay-then.  The,'wnys of  the mounted ^police were'  not   pleasing   to   the   Judge - or the  people,   nnd   the   judge   gave    them  notice to quit.     They   disputed" his  jurisdiction.     He  told'them   he was  the whole thing in this part of Canada,  and  mounted'r police  and every  other sort were'under'his jurisdiction.  He swore in and armed 50 special constables  and  formed > cordon  round  the mounted police,''practically  holding'them prisoners, and'as they, could  not get food, water or wood they soon  got tired of the Judge's' discipline* and  left for other parts. ���������   .    -  I'AIXTIN-Q "f HE TOWN" KKD.  .-- ' '  Another time a lot of ��������� Finns came  down the line to have'.'a'hot time in  the'old town." , They went-into tlie  Central Hotel, then as now conducted  went to the Union Hotel 'and certain  demands being rei'trs-ed they thrc-ritenpd  to wieck the building about the imi-.s  of the proprietor, II. A. Urnwu. Mr.  Blown hud several gun*- in the' hotel  lie loaded each one, threw open the  door**, and stood ' guard iiiiide, while  the circiti*. hobos patrolled outsidc'till  their train pulled out.  ���������  John Houston sei-ved' up, the news  in those days from a hot [inper- - r-alled  Truth, which he published a^Donald,  and John was pretty near being the  victim of a Kentucky lynching one  night on account of an attack orr one  of the characters of the town.     ,   ,  Visitors to Revelstoke, todaj , with  its lnw-ahidingphigh'class citizenship,  would hardly ' credit sdine' of the'  stories old timers tell'of tire rouglfex-  periences they.encountered and' li\cd  through to see their town taking a  premier place among the'cities of the  west. '- 1".  ARROWHEAD  >*    GREAT'NORTHERN MINES/'  <���������  *. r      '.,       . 1 . (  '- At a ; meeting at Nelson on Friday  special resolutions-were.passed author-  '.���������    izing the company to_ borrow 110,000  ti with interest at 7 per''cent, to be ' secured hy 11101 tgage on the assets of the  company; authorizing the". Company  to borrow the sum of $200,000. by way  of debenture mortgage, secured by* tlie  assets of the company, such mortgage  to'bear, interest at ,6 per cent  for  the  ���������   term of 5 veins ' '  ���������*-- -.'  The Economist says : "Jf the'report that the Great Northern Mines,  Limited, has" secured the necessary  capital to begin operations at once  proves to bo correct, there should be  something doing in the Lardeau before  long. No one has ever doubted that  - the properties controlled by this  syndicate wetc very -rich;  it has only  '   been a question of securing the neces-  .   sary capital to carry on operations on  -\ a large scale." '  SILVER CUP  The blind'lcad is now being worked  both ways from the upraise with good  ore in both drifts, about 120 feet each  way. A body of clean ore opened up  two feet iti width. "This' gives ore in  every .point of the lower .workings  with '100 feet of Virgin ground to stope  out. The grade of ore is equal to if  not better than Anything in the upper  _ workings.        v  About'25 men are at present employed in the mine, which number  will be added to as the ground is  .opened up.  The development of this property  means the making of the Lardeau, as  it effectually- puts a stop' to the old  cry of the ore not going down." It is  there at 700 feet better than the surface, or at any intervening point, and  we can reasonably assume that by  virtue of the leads and ore body being  stronger at this depth, they will be  found still better at a still greater  depth. Mr. F. O. Merry, has charge  of the workings.���������Review.  DRIFTS.  The Le Roi mine has passed the  100,000 tons mark for the year.  Returns for 30L sucks of ore, about  eighteen tons, shipped from (the Sirdar, Crescent and Empire claims of  the Mammoth group to Trail smelter  were $2,-131.82, after deducting freight  and railway charges. The gross returns were $2,181 .(>(>. Eight month's  supplies have been put in and the  mine will work all winter.  The suit brought against II. Crilly  and the Grc.it Northern Mines by J.  Cliisni to recover "*" 1000 has been dio-  miBHcd at Nelson. Jt appears pltlV.  was authorised to buy Onuige Hamilton's interest in tho Lucky Jack group  for $7000. lie got the property for  $(5000 and wanted the other $1000 as  liis commission on the deal.  by Abrahainson Bros.-, and as' it were  at a given . signal they drew their  knives and'the inmates of the- b.ir got  out of doors and windows as fast as  they, could. - The alarm was 'soon  raised: ��������� The .Kirkup brothers, two of  the biggest'and.huskiest men . in the  west, were the*������provincial police and  Judge Sprout was' also at the post of  duty.- TlieTJu'dge held the door while  the Kirlcu'ps went in to'f-arrest'the  Finns."\ Blocd was flowing like water,  buf'tlie Kirkups used their slingshots  to'-'good effect and soon ��������� had every  holder of-a knife laid out and under  arrest. i," One big fellow struck at C'  Abrahamson behind the bar with Iris  knife (but fortunately missed him;' So  desperate was "the blow however the  knife was'.driven right through, the  two-inch plank of the .counter, where  the;broken pait lcmnined1 for years  afterwards. One of the Finns made to'  get out of the door, and Judge Sproat,  armed with a-bludgeon, hit'him a lick  which split his head. ."When the man-  was eventually".discovered hiding in  the'bush, he wondered what-struck'  him and covered, him witlrblood fiqm  head to foot. -On 'the crowd coming  before * Judge Sproat he'.sentenced  them to terms -running.up to twelve  month's imprisonment, but let-off the  fellow he hnd knocked down with two  months .less, remarking that would  about compensate for the 'damage lie  had done him.  Footpads were-, plentiful in .those  days and they used to make the waiting room of the C. P. K.' station their  headquartcis. The station was-in  chinge of big Jack McLeod, who was  in his clay one of the terrors of the  west. One night 11. -A. Brown was  travelling"-between the station _ and  Front Sti'eet, and ou the brow of the  hill he was met by two men who told  him to hold up his hands. He did so  with a gun in one hand and told them  to move on, which they quickly did.  On his way' Mr. Brown met Station  agent McLeod and told him to look  out for two men nt the top of the hill.  He did and when the men came out  and told him to .hold up his hands he  took one in each hand and cracked  their heads together. He then marched them up to the station in front  of him, one in each hand, and every  time one of them swore or made a remark crack went their heads together,  till passers-by wondered what sort of  new bone music McLeod was playing.  When he got them at the station he  marched them to the end of the platform, gave each of the men a kick  and told thorn to move on.   They did.  Another night there was a lot of  toughs in the station singing and  making a row. McLeod warned them  to shut up, They did'nt and he  leaped through the window, took each  man by the pants and scruff of the  neck and pitched them out of the  station on to the track. They made  no more row.  They had a new man at tliQ station  and he'proceeded to light the stove.  He poured a lot of oil or gasoline on  the coal���������they did'nt know which���������  but when ho applied a match the  J. L. Smith  was in the  station at the time and wondered  whether a volcanic eruption hnd  8turck the city, while I.   T.   Brewster,  ' From oiirowncorrosDondoiit. '  ��������� rt t  Miss White and Miss Moran of the  Royal Victoria Hospital, Kevelbtoke,  paid a flying visit to town 'A'ednosdiiy.'  Mr. Taylor, M.P.P., spent'a'day in  town this week.   , , ,.* "  Albert Simes left this'.week, for his  home'in Shannon, New'Zealan'd.     ><  R. M. Mead, Vancouver, spent 11 day  in town this week:      ;    .  1 / . * 1  Mr. Tuezel was in town a  couple of  ,       * .        *     r      ���������   ,    * > 1   1  days representing Ramsay,Bros., Vancouver ,. ,        >.       ,     ''*-���������.  1 .'        ;  r,_ Mr. /Freetag, fireman in the fBig  Bend Go's, lumber'mill,'litis been" laid  up for the past few days-with a bad  hand/./   '.      ,' *   'r        ',   ' '  , Mrs. R. .Gibbons was- the recipient  of a suprise party'on Wednesday niglit  by the-young folks, and-the evening  was'spent in tripping the light fantastic step.      __ .,_       ' "   .',  Miss C. .Roman,  of Revelstoke, is  yisiting friends here.       "  '     ������'.si  -  Jas. Howell left  Wednesday for the  coast jvhere he intends   to spend the  winter.      ',.,'"      '���������,"'. **  -, John 'Johnson', of 'Revelstoke, spent  a day in town.    '   ' -  " Mrs. Kerr has returned to'town after  NcPoison in Chamberlain's  ��������� Cough Remedy.  (i From .V.ipicr, New Zealand, I lm aid;  Two yen*-ni-ii lire I'liaii:i;i('y'l,(..u<| of  Now South Wall-,. Aiislinlia, hud :iri  ���������mill- sr.-, mi()p of all the oi-ii������Ii medicine--, Hint ucia''"!^! in that market,.  Out of the <*iitiu������ li-t, they found only  one thai' thpy decliui-d was entirely  fiee from all por*.(in*-. This exception  was Chiiml-oilriiii'-*, Cough ' Remedy,  made by lire Uh.-i 111 lx-rlain .Medicine  Company, Dcs Mi.Fries, Iowa, U. S. A.  Thenlisoripp of'all nrrrnntic-. make tli is'  leinrdy lire -.ifcst a I'd lir.-,t that can be  r:rd;and,ii, is 'with a feclirrg'of se-'  curily lh.it nny niotlier e.in giveit to  lurliltlr* ones'. Cli.iinhcrliiiii's Coui{h  Homc'dy i-c-pe'ci.iily recoirmended hy  ils makers for coughs, cold1--,croup und  whooping cough. Thi-. remedy is for  ^.ile bv a"  __,_-,-  'Wood's Hiosplioaine,  ^' J) The Great KnQlit.liItemedy.  A positive euro for all form*i,of  _ _ . ._ _ _ Sexual Weakness. JlonUil and  uriui'.KAMi Antu UiMin Worry, /iintesions, Sjicr-  matorrhoca, Impotency. KU'ecta of Abu->c or  iSxccss, 'all of wliich le.ul to Consumption,  InllriniLy, Iiifi.iniLy .ind n.11 early frravo. Price  $1 per pky., six for S5.   One will please, i-ix will  '*   |J^j1    |ri\n.|   OlitlUl   V"*        %SIIVr    "Hi   |/lV'ir-V|  1*1.1    II 111  ure. Sold by alldrii(rui*>ta or mailed in pl.vin  -.ackaprc on rueel pt of price. Wri to for Pamphlet.  Tho Wood Medicine Co.. "Windsor, Ontario.  Owing to the large increase in  our IJaki-ry Business we have been  ;,,obliged to do away with all'old-  time methods and instal new  machinery of the latest type,  which places us in a position to '  cope with liny like concern in the  'province. ,  .'  Call and Inspect Our Goods.  AJJwell Assortment to Choose  From. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  H0BS0N  & BELL  ;      THE M0LS0NS BANK  f r ������������������ / r 1 t ,L  Fifth Annual General Meeting of the Shareholders.���������AVery  Satisfactory Year.���������It is Decided.That in Future Dividends  ' Will be Paid Shareholders Quarterly..   ��������� .'    ,<v  an-absence 1 of   six   months," aud at  c  present is a guest of Mrs'. Lightbmne.  -i Cyril Kennedy -has returned 'to  Revelstoke after visiting 'James Kirk  for a few days.        ,���������*. < ��������� tX  Hallowe'en passed very quietly. " It  will be more interesting, when aH'our  citizens have indulged in such luxuries  as gates..        ,  -' .Mrs. and Mrs.* Kii-by, have returned  from their honeymoon and.taken .up  their residence in town.. *" "'"''  :-Mr. .Bently"salesman'for' J. Bull,  has been scouring the surrounding  conntry_ and' returned with a large  number of orders. Blr. BulT.is very  fortunate in securing tho services of  such an enterprising man.  II. Martin is leaving town to work  for G.- McCoimick at EuderbyV  J. Mailloux realizes *fl0,000 oh  patent of invention for cutting down  trees.  Mr. Black, checker, passed through  Arrowhead Thursday.  ][. li. Gilmour. representing the  Wateious-Engine Works, spent a few  days this week in .town in connection  with the installation" of additional  machinery in the Big Bend Lumber  Company's mill.     c  E. McGaghran is offering a prize to  the person playing the largest number  of games at the howling alley.  r    FARM AND ORCHARD.  \V. H. Armstrong has planted 2,500  fruit trees this year-at his ranch at  Keremeos. Next year he will set out  25,000.  The "-President having called the  meeting to order, requested Mr. A. J).  Durnford, to -act as Secretary, and  that gentleman -read the advertisement convening the'nicc'ting.  j The'President,' Mr.'cWilliam Molson  Macpherson,"occupied ,the chair, and  others-present were: Messis. S.'H  Ewing, Vice-President'; J. P.'Cleghorn,  Lt-Col.(Frcd.-C. Henshaw, H. Mark-  land* Molson, W. C. In tyre, W. M.  Ramsay, George , Durnford,- R. W.  Shepherd," E. H. Copcland, Edward  Fiske (Joliotte), A. G. Watson, George  Smith, -f Alfred Piddington, ��������� S. W.  Ewing, George Filer,' James Skcoch,  E. K. Greene, 'F..W.:Molson, and W.  R. Miller."' ..,,.���������  REPORT OF DIRECTORS.  The General Manager',, Mr. James  Elliott, then "reall the Annual' Report  of the Directors, as.follows :        '  Gentlemen,���������The Directors have  pleasure iu submitting this, their Fiftieth Annual Report,.and Statement,  showing position of the Bank on 30th  September, 1905.       '" , <  ! The net profits, for* the .year, after  making provision -for bad and doubtful debts, amount to $899,27-1.51. / ���������  ,Two dividends ��������� have been paid the  Shareholder, making 10 per cent:  for  the year. The usual contribution  made to Bank Pension Fund;!ji55)j8.'".-  90'has been written ���������ofV Bank buildings, and a bonus paid to tho'OMicorb.  The balance left at Profit "and Loss  Account'is $31,417.93.'  your directors have thought it ad*'  viaable , to add considerably ,* to the  Bank's holdings of real estate  for use  of its branches, at.Montreal,- Toronto,  ' -.j        ; 1 '  Winnipeg, Exeter 'and . other places,  making in all a large addition to its  assets, and quite-justifying, the increase you will observe,'of JfilOO.OOO to  the Bank Premises Account, ��������� wliich  now stands at $100,000.  . Branches have been, opened during  the year at Amherstburg, Ontario,and  at,, St. Therese, 'Quebec, and' a 'sub-  ���������igcncy at St. Thomas, Ontario, and  branch, will be opened at" St. Henri so  soon as our handsome building, now  being erected on Notre 'Dame sti ect, is  ready for,occupation.  All branches have been cnrefully'in-  spected as'tisual during the year, and  your -Directors' record with 'pleasure  their satisfaction at the zeal and care  displayed-by the Oflicers in tho discharge of their duties. *, ���������  -WM. MOLSON MACIMIBRSON, *-  1   '"   '               '��������� I'icsidciit.  New Thing's  from our ������  1 " v-'New ���������  Catalogue  Our 1906 Catalogue will  be ready about November first. We have taken  frbnr its pages these,  two, Novelties; just to"  assure, you hr advance  that'it'will not be-lack-  ihg/ in interesting ."new'I  things" for Gifts.''  whole thing went  up.  was one   of  those   who  who was station agent, and was up  stairs asleep, found the stove-pipes  tumbling on his bed rind in the midst  of a hath of soot he jumped up wondering whether a train had made a  shoitctit through the station building.  A   circus   troup  once   visited  the  town, and they wore a wild lot.   They  A VISIT TO  OUR  FACTORY  would prove a "revelation  to many boot dealers as  well as boot wearers. _ It  is equipped with the most  (���������modern machinery. Every  department is. under expert supervision, and none  but No. i- leather and  finding's 'ever -enter   the  O 1  doors.  In this age when all is  substitution and adulteration,' we confine ourselves  strictly to the best materials that money will buy.  -' Is it any wonder that  prospectors, loggers and  miners, far and wide, insist on getting "LH.CKI I'.  BOOTS"? They are a  WESTERN,product for  .Western people. Accept  no substitute.   ,.  M. J. Henry's  Nurseries and Greenhouses  ::0K) \V(".lminster Road,  '13. C.  VANCOUVER,  Al.iin Nin-.-i'iT for Fruit.'.Slock���������South  Vancouver, one mile *.oiilh of cit.y.  I'lMiK'hi'S .a, Vicicu-i.i anil JM.-iLsi-ui li'ip  .Sui'd.i .-ind Nuihi'py >Stoi k growing.  15x1 p.-i I.i 1 u;i* pI.inliiiirToi' Fall delivepy.  Oik* year-ripple. I lo (i loot, ijilU In Jjil"  pep Kill; apple. '1. 'A .uul .| ve.iis old, ijil.S  lo $20 pei- 10(1: iM.-iynai d Plum $1 e.ielr.  barj^i inipoi l.ition of Bulbs, fi-nni  .l.ip.'iii, Hull,mil .mil France.  lixli-.i nice Llroicc of Chet-i-y, Pe.ich,  Plum, Apiicols, elc., now gi-owing I'oi-  fall (ii-dei-i. _ No expi'iihi*, loss or- delay  ol l'uiiiig.riioi) op iiinpect.ion.  Let rue ppice your, list bel'opc placing  your order. C.-ilaloi^tre I'r-eu.' fir-een-  liouse" PI.mis, Floi-.U' Work, I3ee Supplies, Fi-iiil, p.-ieU.ifre*., I'Vi-tilizur-s, elc.  (i.-iideri, l'"n*l(l rind Flnwui* .Soeils in  hi'.ifcon.  M. .1.  IIFNRV,  .{OKI \\'o*.tiniii*-l('|. lin.id, V.-inconvor,.  Sterling Silver  Hat-Pin Holder  $1.60.  This moat useful article for the  dressing table is entirely new  this season and is here shown'  for the first time .in Canada  Ituiylil. of st.mil 2 inelios.    Po*.t ijaiil  l(i any luldros*. fnr $1.U0.   Ordor -  No. 21281.  Wholesale by  I. LECKJE Co  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Ltd.  It ahoold hn bezoe ia atted tkat  ertry e������U weaken* the Isag*! l������w-  eta tho vitality sad 'yrtparet tbe  ������yiteEa firr the mora ���������eriema dis-  eajtcs, rnmong nMdm we the tw*  greatest destrsven ������f hnaBoa life,  paeiuBeaia uid c-fosnmptieaL.  'S  Cough Remedy  has -trod tto *peat'������o^al*uijr/ hy ha  prompt care* ol this nost common  ailment. R Bids aapectentica, relieves th* hntfls axd opens the  secretion*, efle������i������g a speedy sad  perautaccit tare. It asaaterscts  say tendency toward paenaMoia.  Prica ssc, Large Siss 5������c.  Kevelstoke Insurance Co.  MOVED!  TO THE 'UNION   HOTEL AND  ItlfiSTAURANT.  ivru.s. R. IC. SrcKriTiucic  Uaiifiucts, Then Ire Pnrties and  Priviilo Suppers a. .specialty.  Trademarks  d Copyrights  iCh.  PATENTS .J  ��������� olitiiinud In all cniinti-  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Muclniiilciil jMIoiiiuj* und Kiigineer.  Itoniii :i, Kuli-rlirldZllluck, Clnuivl!luNt.,iiciii- I'.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  jV iioHLuiii'd  will Hdciiro 1111 evoiiliiK aiipoln!,  muni, for l.liosn who uiuiiiol. cull diii'lnx I fill iluy  iiwisBBxm&ssgimt&iiisaaBgs^  LAj^D NOTLCK  vtoricK is iii:ui:uv oivkn timt sixtj  L> diiji. iiflci-ilulu we Intend l/i uiiplj' lo the  lldii. tliu I'lilef t'(iiiinii>iIoimr of l.inil*. and  Woik*. for in'riiii'iiloii to iiiireliiucthi* followiiil*  (li'-crilicd IiiiiiN rill iiiiii! In llio l(<.'\L*I*<tol.oDiri-  t-Ioi. of \\'i,ut ICooU'iniy Dlnlrlct. I'oiiiinunciiiK  nl .1 |io-<L pliintud on lho lJi-t Hank of the  Culiinilila uiiur iilioni onu half mile north of  llie iiiniilli of Clinic. Crook, and marked "I'.M,  fc D. L.'o. IjKI. 1i> -. S. W. Cornur." Llioncc rji-t  si\ly oliiiini. _ Lliuriuo North ulKlity clinlii-,  tlii'iK'o \\"unHlxtycliiiln������ Iiv llie Kinic rnoru or  1(hs to tin. I Jul li.mk of C0I11111M.1 Hivcr,  llicnci; follovMiiK tlio iiic.uidcrln^"*! of lho  Coliiinlilii Kivei 111.1 -.oulliurl) direction to tliu  point of coiiiineiieeinenl, eoiUJilniiiK ly) acre-  inoio 01 le*.-..  Dated lliin'-inhdiij of September. A.D i'A'i.  Tin: I'iiimt. .Mimm: ic IIkvkIjOI'Mi.st  (JuMI'A.NV, Limiikii Uuiiuty.  '.'.���������>.( Uec. .'������l  TIMBER NOTICE  NOT IK IS HKHKIIV GIVEN that thirty  ilnyn iiftordate ������c intend to apply to tlio  Hon. Olnuf Comiiiii-ioiierof Land*, arm Work*,  for a special Iiirn-u to cm and carry aw.iv  liinbor fioni tiie follouiiiK de-cribed land',  iluiatc at or near tlie SUndurd Hasio, Hevel-  stoko Ui-itrlat. C'oiiimencitiB nt "��������� I������'-t planted  alioiit I} miles North of Standard Mine and  marked "I-. M. & D. Co.. Lid. Ly'* S. W. Corner Post," thoiicc norlh IOJ chains, thonco cast 10  chains, lhenco south 1G0 chain*., thence we-tIO  chains lo place of commencement.  D.Ued ajth day of October, A. I). 180J.  Piti.vih Mining a.vd Dkvkloi'me.st  COMi'AN-v, Lr.MrrEo Uahii-ity.  -���������oNov.a-i Per C. J. Rumens-, Affent"  rSYXOl'SIS    OK    REGULATIONS    GOV-  JiK.N'lNG   TIIK   DiSIOSAL   Oi"   I"0-  .MINIO.N'   ' L.V,N'DS      WITHIN     ThUi  RAILWAY   liliLT   IN   THiS ������PKOV-  JN'Ut; OI*  I5R1TISH COLUMBIA.  A UC12NS1-:  t6 cut timber cau  be ac-  ���������  HUlied   only' at   public    competition.     A.  luntuliOl  ^.1  per   -Aiua-icmllc   is   cliaiStU  loi   ail   lliutu;!   beitnt.   except   thObu  Mtu-  ���������ilcd wtbt ol  Yale for which lho rental is >  ai tnu 1 ale of 0 ci=iua per acie per annum.  .111  -iilumon   m   tliu  luiiiai,'duui at  the,  luiioii-.n*^ late*, alo i^iaiifcd:���������  >.limi   lumLiLi-,   'm   coins   per   thousand  leet   Ii.il.  icar.ttay ilea,  i-lglu and nhiij feel loiifir.  I j-. aiiu 1 J-l cents each. ; '  .   amiiKie uuiii, '^> cents a cord.,    ���������      -'  .   Air  oilier piouucis, ,6, pei   cent on   the  sales. < 'i  A' license'Is issued so soon as a berth   '  ���������is munieu,   out  in* .sui-i-ejed  lerriloiy  no  iiiiiue:   (,*an   be  cut  uu  a   uerlli   until  ui������,  ricensci: nas nuUt: a sui-.uj   itiercor. "  ,   l'oimiis lo cut niJiuer aie also blamed*1-  -at puutic cuiiiputiuoii,  e-vcept in tue case  ul  actual  sett.eis,   who   iciiuuu   lue .tun--  ���������,..   mi   i./ti..I   own   use. i  '   ijeuieis-   arnu    olhois-   may   also   ootain-  peiinus 10 cut up 10 luO coids ot wood tor  saic-    \111nout   lAiinpeUliou. ���������������  ���������   ane-uueo  pajaoi*.   uiklei   a  permit  are/  il.-^i pen inous-aiiU feet jU..U.,  ior squaie  .niiu*.!1^ anu   sawiot's   oi   any    wood   cx.-  ccpi oak, 110m 1-^ lo 1 l-'i ceuis per lineal  luui lui   ouiiuniK,loirs;  iioiu ll 1-2 to 2j ,  ce'ias per com lur wood; 1 Cent lor lence    -  posts,   J   ceiils   lor   --aUv*.ay   lies;   and  M     ���������  Lents per cold for shingle oolis. , ,*     ���������   '  leases loi  aiajiina* purposts are issued     ;  lor   a   lenn' ui   IWeniy-one   yeajs,   at   a  leiilal ol two ceuis uer acie per annum.   .  i_oai   lands   may   be   jiuicnased   at   Wiper acie lor son coal ajid jai lor antlira-   (  cue.,   .Mil  moie 'than   'i2������ acies   may  be  acquueu  uj-one individual or company.   ,.  UO} any al the rate ol ID cents oer ton-  ul   -wu   pounds   la   collected   Oil   Ule   I.TOSS  ouiput. ' "      T-  -   -    -     - '  jMiinu.  lor  land-for  agricultural pui-  posea may Ue made peisoaaily ,at me io-,  cai  laud  oihee  tor  tuo ,disuict in -wmcli  tne  laud   lo  he   taken  up is situated,   or  u   the   liomesieadei   desires,   he may,   on    ���������  appiii-auou iu the ALimster of the interior .  at uiiaiia, me Commissioner oi immigra-   *.  tion at   \. innipet;, oi   the'local agent lor  ine   ivisiiici,   'ii.ii.nin   wiuch   the   land   is. *���������  situaied,  leceive authority  for soma one  to make enliy   toi  him. ���������   ,  V lee ot ������lu is charged lor homeiteau  entry.        * , , '  v settler iNno has itceived an entry tot  a homestead, is  leuuired to perioral the ���������  eoiidiuons couueclea Uieiewiui under one'  ol  trie  lorlowing plans:���������  ll; At least sii inonLlis' residence upon  ana cultivation of tho land in each year  duuug the term of thiee year*..'  it. is tne piactict. of the Ixpartment to  rciiuiieia setiler lo bnns lb acres- under .  euiuvalion, but if he preiers he may sub-    < x  siituLe stock; and '2D head of cattle,lto, be   ���������_  actually his own pioperty, with buildings   '"  toi  nieir accommodation, will be reuuired  instead  ISl  cuiuvailon.  ' vi; ll the  lalher (.or mother,' if the fa-  'thei* Is  deceased)   of, any  person  who  is  -  eiigmie lo make a homestead entry under,  the  pro\ is-ions  ot   the  Aci,   resides   upon  a   laim  in -tlie  vicinity  ol   the  laud  entered tor by such pel-sou as a nomesiead,  tne  lequlreinents  of tho,Act'as   to  iesi->   -  deuce- prior  to obtaining patent   may  be  satisiieu by such person residing .with the  lather or mother.      ���������     -~r    -',    - ,  r Ai) It ihe setiler has his permanent,  residence upon larming land owned by  luin in the vicinity of his .homestead, the  lequlieineiiis ot trie Act as to residence  may be sausned by residence upon the  said   land.  Application for patent should be made  at uie end ot three jears before tho local  agent, sul'-.igent or a homestead inspector. ��������� ,  Before making application for a patent,  the i setiler must give six months' notice     ,l  In   wniinjr   to   the   Commissioner of Dominion   Lands  at   Ottawa,   of   his' inten-'  lion  lo do so.  W.  W.   CORY,  Deputy Minister of  tlie Interior.  Ottawa, Februray 14th, 1905.  Halcyon Hot Springs  ^Sanitarium.  Under the new nitinnguiuent of  Marry   McIntosii,   Uof"inin   House  Kosslnnd.  rnHE MEDICAL WATERS of Hal-  X cyon rue the most curative in the'  ivor-ld. A perfect, ririUn nl remedv for  all Nervous and Muscular diseases,  Liver-, Kidney and Stomach ailments  and .Metallic Poisonitiff. A sure cure  for- "That Tired Feeling." Special  rates on all-boats and trams. Two  mails arrive and depart every day.  Telegr-a h communication with all  marts of the world.  Terms���������Si:* to !-US per week.   For  further particulars applv to   "  MARRY' MCINTOSH   -  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrobo Lak.c. 3, C.  WAH CHUNG'S  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  Crockery of all Kinds.  Plain and Fancy,  Ucst  makes of Japanese  and  China Ware.  Splendid supply of Fresh  Vegetables from S. D.  Crowle's ranch.  TO PRINTERS  For Sale on Easy Terms  One I2xF0 Westman St Baker Platen  Press with power fittings.  One No. 1  Double Polherrms Priut*  ers Cabinet.  One Hcttis Space and Quad Case.      '  One Dick Mailer nnd Mailing Type,  One Franklin hand Perforator.  One 20 inch Lever Paper Cutter. -  These Roods are absolutely new, never  having been used.  Apply to  TFIE KOOTENAY MAIL  PUBLISHING  CO. LTD.  Revelstoke, B.C. 1
I  '        -       j:      <.'
/���   keep a full supply of above   ,
.in aii colors! .'Also
Br-ushes, Palette Boards,
" Mixing Oils, Sketch-
��� ing Blocks
,and any .other article you may
require""'for painting.    ,,.
..  BOOK CO.
* .��*    '*,, -
,  , KEVRLST.OIvK, JI. C.   '      '
;     MARRIED/'.,   r '"
EjJTdx-f-'i.M.M:-���At tho home, of "the
, bride's sister, .Mr.*.-. I*\ Somes, on
,-Vov. lat, I>v Rev." 0. II. M. Suther-
land, Jirne.it Monroe Union, of Nelson, and Ada *l lose Siiuins, of Kevelstoke. ���- ,  .     ���    '
Local and General.
"���"���"..Abrahamson hud his hand badly
Vent, ut Trout. Luke hy an axe.
" '* - -        ..      .-    -���-. & '*       , i,  *
Premier   McHiide  is  on  a  tour of
* Kootenay. "      " '
The C. P. R.' inttnd. adding   parlor
cafe curi to their'trains.
Itev. Dr.   Day' found   liomcs   for 21
Macedonian cliildien in l*evel**.toke.
Dr. Graham is adding a '-'surgery 'to
his residence. ' ,    '
' John Houston says he does not/intend to resign his-seat in the legis-
-lat'ui'e.       ..." '.
\V. Cowan is getting out  the  slorre
.   for the Vasenieiit'of the new telephone-
exchange to be built on Second Street.
The C. 1\" It. and ' Great, .Northern
iorces bad something  like  a 'pitched
battle at Midway aiid the former won.
The price p..rid'by F. \Y.  Brown   fo1
') the lot he purchased  on   First,  Street
was ijU-UO, the highest price yet-paid
��� -per foot for Kevelstoke real estate.-
We are requested to state.,the  time
for closing tenders for the'-Y. M. C. A*,
building has.been extended till Thursday next, Nov. 9th. '
Seattle mining men have been examining the "Eva* with a view" to
putting up the capital for an improved
mill and equipment.
. ' Supt. Lawrence says the Lardeau
trains   will   be   run   all winter, and
, navigation kept open on Tiout Lake
as long as possible.
The order for inspection of. No. 5
company. Rocky Mountain Rangers,
on Tuesday next, at 7.30'appears in
another column.
In our write-up of the village settlement we omitted note of the extensive
improvements J. Reighly has made on
��� his lots fronting the railway track.
This is Revelstoke's growing time.
.Another important business block has
been practically decided on for tlie
coming spring.
A well-known freight conductor-
running east has been laid oil' as the
result of the inquiry into the collision
of freight and work trains in o tunnel
near Heaver last week.
A subscriber writes from Port
Arthur, Out : "Please find enclosed
subscription to the 1-*ooti;.vav Mail
a.- we cannot do without your interesting paper.''
Hallow'een passed oil', quietly, the
principal mischief being tire disappearance of gates on   McKen/.io   Avenue.
The   owners , would   he   glad to have
them returned.
An eastern exchange says: "Oysters
planted on the B. C. coast are said to
begetting along famously, being spurred to .splendid elVoit.s when they
think that they arc growing up to he
eaten,by Rill Galliher.",' '    '
With reference to the petition sent
in to Ottawa by the Louis Day Alliance at Revelstoke to, stop Sunday
shooting nt the rille range, the Militia
department has replied the matter is
orie for the provincial authorities).    -
The    lumbermen  aie  up in   arms
over an order of the  C. P. It.   that  iir
' . ...
future they must pay on  a  riiiiiimun
rate of -510,000 lbs. per, cur'-, when the
company supply'cars'which will hold
only 25,000 to 3(5,000 foot., The Mountain Lumbermen's Association, will
meet Mr. Peters at Nelson beginning
of next week to .protest against the
impost. , (
Social & Personal.
i    .'\.i. i
lion. \i. ���lOnririei-.son, Minister , of
Railways, will pass through Uevelstuke
next week on his way lo the coast.     ' ���
N. I'\ Maclvay, formerly ' of Kaslo,
Ji'as I icon 'appointed assistant Chief
Commissioner" of Lands and Works. ,, ���
\Y. r. J liriggs*,, of the law firm of
Messrs Scott and I'riggs, 'left ''yester-
day'on a business trip to the coast.    v
F. Fullmer, manager,' and Mrs.j
Anderson, secretary, of the Beatrice
urines, linve taken up their .residence
at.Camborne. ,. ... X , ���.-',
���J. Knncst, of Camborne, has been
married at the coast to Miss Ann'ic
Williams.* The bride and bridegroom
have returned to Camborne.. * .,
,'rAt' Trail' on Wednesday William
Kirby.'of Arrowhead, and JMiss' Giace
It."Morrison, of Trail) were united in
i.narriage. The happy, couple-will
make their home in Arrowhead.  -
Bishop Dontenville''spent Friday in
tire city calling on friends.     On Sunday last he attended tho opening  and
blessing of the new  Catholic  Church'
ntNaktisp,  Rev.  Father  Jannot  assisting. < . -ii,
>1C. Uillniiin, of the logging'firm "of
Jleat'Oii and Jlilh'ian, is around again
after having  been   in  the  Arrowhead
hospital sull'eriiig from a. severe scalp
wound sustained by a log slipping and
striking him on the head. -
��� On Wednesday, at the  lesidence  of
P. Somes, Miss Sinmis, sister of 'Mrs.
Somes, was married to E.  M.  Eaton,
oi Nelson, Rev. C. IJ.'iM.   Sutherland
perforin ing the ceremony.    The happy
couple went   to,   the   coast   for*their
honeymoon.      ' > ���
The negotiations of the carmen of
the C. P. It. have. resulted in substantial increases in wages from Oct.
1st. The rate of pay was presented to'
the oflicials of the railway by the'
representatives of'the Carmen's Union
on August' 22nd last. , Since )th<it
time the matter has been under constant consideration, and meetings between the two 'parties were held,, almost daily,, part of 'the work being
done in Montreal and part in' Winnipeg." Iii the ' West a sliding scale of
wages is adopted in.' most or the departments, a clause in the. agreement
providing that the wages of the men
should be increased each half-year until,the maximum wage is paid. , There
are 4000 in the brotherhood which
embraces in its membership all the
car builders, car repairers, car inspectors,' pipefitters, 'tinsmiths, steam-
(itters, r upholsterers', painters,' car
washers and car cleaners.
Are arriving r*vo*ry clay. No
.    old stock I*-ft. so come in   .
and keep posted on
the new stuff.
Import Brushes
Arc here in   Militarys. Ladies
&c.  All of the latest.
Back Combs
We have the newest and most
up-to date.
.-\ dozen new odors have
arrived.    They are
simply exquisite.
' l-'rom Our Own  C'otiT-iponrtoiit.
Sunday Oct. 29 wns a red letter day
irr the history of the Catholic people
of Nakiisp, it being the occasion of the
ojiening ot their new church. Services
were conducted morning and evening
by Right Rev. Bishop Dontenville, of
New Westminster, assisted by Rev.'
Father'. Jcanotte. Although few in
number the Catholic people have
worked with a will, and their neat
little chinch is a credit to them, and
your correspondent was informed shut
it is almost free of debt.
Mis. St. Denis ami children, 'of
Slocan, who have been visitinjr friends
in town for the past month, returned
to their homo last week.
Miss  May
spent a few days in tuivn, the grrest of
Mr-s. I,. F. McDottg.ilil.
The new boat and train service has
pari-spd many ohnrnic.*1. dipt. Douc.i'.
who lin.-i had charge i.f lire rug Columbia for someye.ir.-��, has ber-n tran-ferrud
to Slocan. Frank l.yoii.iiM*, juir-sf-r of
tin1 Steamer Kiiiitoniiy, to ICootcruiy
I.n ke; II. 8tcw-ri**, steward nf Ivootenny
I" Ste.uiicr Ito--l.unl.
Tims. McNiinglit, uf Halcyon, ."pent
a few days in tn\\ n.'
C. If. Hriiiilirig li-n** gnne to Trout
.Mr-. Win. McICH-iiok-, of ('mnnpliv,
ir- visiting her daughter, Mr*. ,V.
Tlioiiiii*), ruul Hiiccoiiip inii-il hy Ifiiriy
McK'i'.-iick, nnd ,\l is** Alice,
.Mr. 'friiciiiiiii, pliiildgi-iiplii'i-, w.ri in
town for a few diij-i la��l. week.
JIh If. Ingram
(In\n al. Kholt.
Tiros. Abricl   hri-i   tnkcii
Business Locals.
,*. j n
,Y our credit is good for'anything in
the Furniture line, Jf you pay cash
ask for ton per cent oil'at .lonn li.
Wood's-.   '
The Koo-i-i:Nj\v Mail, > I'ii m ily Herald and Weekly Star of Montreal, for
the whole of the year 1890, -and
premium picture "Queen Alexandra,
her grand children and dogs," will be
mailed to subscribers remitting .$2 05
to Ivoothxav MA'r'fj'olIice.
Framed pictures at just half-price
at thc'jCanada Drugstore'., .
Ri'llcs, Shot Guns and-Ammunition
at' Bourne Bros. ,
Carncfrac Poultry 'Pood will make
your hens lay.1- Sold- at Bews' Drug
Another real estate and'-insurance
firm is opening business in the city. ''
BROWN " WANTS ' YOUR ' BUSINESS.     ;_iV ."      -
P House Furnishings on' the instalment plan <at John *E. "Wood's Big
Furniture Store. "
Here's a snap! Two papers foi-.the
price of one. Kor'50 cents the I-Coote-
xay 'Mau,, and Family Herald and
Weekly Star*will be sent you from now
till 'January 1st, I90G. Remit to Mail
Oflice.    ' . i .
Sleighs,- Sleighs,  at Hpwson's Furniture Store, that's the'.place.
- Carnefrac Stock Food for horses and
cattle at'Bews' Drug Store."
AT BROWjN'S CIGAlt STORE.-      ���
*   While there   is life there is always
hope for, the concern   tli'tit advertises
judiciously, especially for the advertiser
who uses the Kootexay Mail. '       ,-
W. Fleming intends, reopening his
meat store on First Stieet,    ���   ',
"Clark's" Pork and Beans*'��� '
isri'food that imparts physical and
mental energy���a food foi all times.
Plain or with Chili or Tomato   Sauce.
You ciin get choice Perfumes in
bulk or any amount you want at Canada Orug Store.
Let your friends in other parts see
something of your district hv sending
*     ..        __' *' *
At the annual session of the B.' C
Giand Lodge I: O F. at' Victoria the
election' of oflicers for the ensuing
year resulted as follows : Mr. T. J.
Buckle, Nanaimo, D. C. K.; Mr. A. N.
Thompson, D. C. R. S ; Mr.. S., A.
Bantly, district treas.'; Mr. F. P. Watson, district sec.
Editor Kootenai Mau,: '   ,
Sir,���We are always'greatly interest-
ed;in ,the news' items of your newsy
little.paper, particularly those under
lumbering. -While reading the account of the new mill at present being
built by. the Revelstoke Lumber Co.,
we were struck by the statement 'that
the mill would have about.-.the i same
capacity as the Arrowhead'Lumber
Co.'s mill-at Arrowhead,-namely ,125,-
000 feet a day running two shifts. We
presume you mean forenoon and afternoon, as the'A rrowhead Lumber Co.'s
mill has actually cut 12.-i,'lS0 feet, in
9.', hours.'     ;" ,'.      " ��� * -
i - . c ' ."
We call your attention to this mat-
tci\lcst you should be doing the Revelstoke Lumber Co.'s mill nn injustice.
'' ,     Yours Truly,
i *"        The Aichowiij.ai) Liimhku Co.
Herb. W/ Edwards Injured.
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house, special representative for:
each province in Canada. ��� Salary
$20.00 and * expenses paid weekly.
Expense money advanced. Business
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investment required. Previous ex
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WANTED-By"-Chicago' Manufacturing House, person 'of trustworthiness and somewhat familial
with local territory as assistant in
branch oflice. Salary $18 paid weekly.
Permanent position. No investment
requited. -Previous experience , not
essential to engaging. Address, Manager- Branches, Como'BIock, Chicago.
281 , ��� ,<���
Vy'    Ollice.
Mail Ollice. '
-A  BOY-for .Prillling
A pply . a I,  Kootkna v
One man with $100.00 does not cut much
'ice in this world of rustle and bustle.
But 200 men co-operating with $100.00 each ($20,000.00) can'get a chance to
compete for some of the prizes, that now only the cripitalistss'are able to grasp _
Wfint !2oo   men with from $50.00  to   $100.00 each io,lielp.,'
compete for some of the profits'that are'paid 'out'daily'by the
Great'West   for   the  products' of   Manufacturing"   concerns ,
Wanted to Rent.
Wanted���To Rent n Store on Mc-
ICenzie Ave. Apply to J.'G. Mao,
DONA 1,1). ��� '..       2G2
O GROCERY - Steady Man with
some experience as clerk' in grocery
stores and .hotels would accept' work
at medium* wages, as lie^wanls .to
improve himself in the English language,    I. Declercq, P. O.,Kevelstoke. j
^-Iferb.W. Edwards,?of Dos' Moines,
Iowa,-got a fall on an icy^walk last
whiter, spraining his- wrist und bruising his knees., "The next day," ,he
says, "they were so sore and stiff I was
afraid."! would have to stay,in'_bed;",but
I.rubbed them rwell -with-iChamberlain's 'Pain*-Balm," and .after a few
applications' "all- "soreness. had disappeared:',' "'For sale*by all druggists'.'
NO. 5 C0Y.R. M.R.
. THE INSPECTION of .above company .takes -place on , Tuesday night
next at 7.30. '-All members intending
to, turn out for inspection are re.quest
ed to attend
tonight and
o'clock.    <
drill,at. the .Drill Hall
Monday night at 8
.,      1 '
H. A. BROWN, O. C.
Corporation., of  the   City, of
Revelstoke^-* . >.    -,'
'V*:.j\ notice'^ '"";������;
" 'The attentiou of jtlje public is called
to the City By-LftVre'quiriiig chimneys
to be cleaned at least' once every, six
months; and;houB_Bholdersare request-
to act accordingly. ���. ; . '.���;-'-, y' \
..-The council is* prepared, to make
;irriingenients;wjth a licensed sweep to_
perform the'aboVe work'.'.'.-
, *^_ ) '..H: FLOYD,
,' ' City Clerk
. , days after date, wo intend to njiiilj' to tlie
Cliief Commissioner of Lundi- and Work*, for a
sjiccinl license tp, cul-iuid oiU'iTiuvnytiiiiliei-
from the follov. ing'deicribed liinil-,:. ,   ..
'.;' t'.VP ... )iw- Ne?.**".li ' (. ���:,"""," 1.r ,-
' Commencing at a post nlantcd' five clmins
fi-on: the west shore of Upper Arrow Lak e near
Captain Sanderson's Cabin and about six miles
from Arrowhead and 1 marked- *' Big oilond
Ijiimber Company's Solitrhea*.!: Corner-Post,"
llicnec north UK) chains, thence west JO chains,
thence south 1G0 chains, thence cast 40 chains to
point of commencement.        ," "   '
-   , No. 2.'
Commencing at a post planted* five chains
from the west shore of Upper Arrow Ijike near
Captain Sanderson's cabin and about six miles
from Arrowhead and marked " Big Bend Lumber Company's Northeast Corner l'ost," thence
1U0 chains -,011th along the lake shore, thence
west tO chains, thence north 100 chains, thence
cist 10 chains lo point of commencement.. '
October 10,1(105. '      ���       ��� 1
,-    '    No. .1. . . ���
Commcncineat a post planted about one mile
east from Columbia Kiver and about one mile
north from' Boyd's Ranch, at the southeast
corner of P. Agrcn's - north limit, and marked
" Big Bend Lumber Company's" Southeast
Corner Post," thence north 10') chains, thence
west 10 chains, thencp,south IliO chains.,"" thence
east JO chains to point of commencement.
October 11,1005. - '   , ��� ������ 2,'B
'Picture-H-iie'-      Revelstoke.'
Price $1.
Foi Sale���A 1001b D.iyton Computing dciile.    Apply Bourne Bros.
A Hat of furnished rooms to rent.
Apply John K. Wood.
PI f' I-:.��: R K1 * AI R K O A T B RO W \ '3
We are still headquarter*! for
Souvenirs, 'Mutinciiu .-'cenery. etc., at
Canada Drug Store.
nRK5.-?.MAKfXO���Mrs. Lee is pr-e.
p.ired to do dref-mnking and plain
sewing at her residence on Koirrth St.
Sleigh-J for boys,- girls, babies and
dull-, .>l Ifowsun'i- Furniture .Store.
Mr". .1. Mi-lroe wn-* the   lucky win-
I3(iui ne,   of, Kevelstoke. I "er of. tbe   h.-indsomc  Silver Cabinet
given .��way .it Brown's Cignr Store on
ij.ilmd.iy ni^ht
The owiK-r-'f'l* .1 key fnuiKl on Mc-
Ki'11/.i** Avftuif 0111 hnve '-inne on
p.iyintr cOnt of this .ulwri i-frnc'nt
Take  Hold���Get a  Good Grip
and Pull.
Th" whole car.Mi is \oirr licld���iV*
full of lnnini"��H but yorr nuisl know
how i.i ���'prill'1 for ir. Tlii'H-'-i but one
way fur 1111 _.td\ei-.i-':i���.t direct Ulk
on (i.ipi'i-. WISK liii-inf--' tirirf mil
more niirwy in (he pr(-|iiii*itioii of
llii'ir iiilv.-rli-inu ropy and If*"*, m
cviicrii'iici' .ind they're dnin^ rhi-
hii-MMfwx. ri.ri.iy. Ailii'rli*��< in tbo
Knon % a v M \n'.
You ciin j-cr j-oiri choice of luiiiilri'ds
of book-, ri'illl.il   price ,)!| i"i  ninv only
Tfii'ls  nt t be r'uriiid.i  Mi 1 if.' Store.
I)iessi,iiike|-*i nnd ���ippreiiti''!"' wniif
I'd. Apply to Mi-m Ooirtjli, "eeiind
floor-, (!   V,   riiinir- A- Co
The date .of the Contest nnd Oyster
Supper, to be given by the Ladies
Altnr Society of the Catholic Church,
will be changed from Nov. 17 to Monday the 20th at the Opera House.
j     NOTICE.
"MO'I'ICK, IS HKKEBV GIVEN1.that tlurty
IN '(lav*, arter date we intend to apply"to -the
Chief Commissioner of I .amis and .works ,for a
-pedal license to cnt'and cin-j-. away timber
from the following described lands:   .   -
Commencing at aport planted al, the noilh-
wot corner of Iv. & S.'Block Sfvd on. tlie west
-ide nf Upper Arrow Ijdlre and: marked '-'..Big
Bend Lumber Compaiij's Southwest Corner
Po-l" theme north IliO chains, thence'east 10
cti.tin-., lheuce-<oiith IliO cluunx. tlienee west W
ch.iins t/) poinr of eoinincnceinenl.
D.Ued Xov. X I0"J.j.
IS., days afterj,data i\:e intend to apply to tlia
Chief Commissioner" of 'Lands and Works for f.
spc'cial license to- cut and"carry, away timber
ti'om" the foliowinff . described lands:���*
".'-. No. 1. '* '   ���     .     "
CommenciiiR; at'a post planted on the'west
side of the north fork o��- Fosthall Creek and
about two and ono-qiiarter miles above tho
forks and marked V Big Bend Lumber Company's Southwest .Corner Post," thence north
ICO chains, thence west 10 chains, thence south
ldO'chains," thence eastMO'dhaiiiB to'point'of
commencement; -.
',"-.",.-  ��� ' ' No:2. - --���
Commencing at it post planted on the east
side of the north fork of iKosthn]] Creek about
one. and one-half .miles above the..forks and
inarked ."Big'Beiid, Lumber Conipanj-'s Southwest' corner, post,'thence north'KM) chains,"
thence cast tt), chain*:,' thence south 1WI chains,
I hence west'10 chains, lo point of commencement. * ���- '������-"-- - --
No. IS.""" _
Commencing nt. a post planted about one-half
mile from the west bank of I he nor! h foi k of
l''osthaIl Creek and about one mile above ,the
forks and marked ", Bipr Bend Lumber Company's Southeast Corner Post," thence north
10(1 chain.-, thence west 10 chains, thence south
IliO chains, thence east. 1(1 chains to point of
commencement. '
No. '.
, Commencing at a post planted about one half
mile fioin the west bank of the north fork<of
K0-.tl1.1ll Crock and about four miles above the
foi ks and marked "Big Bend Lumber Company's Northeast Corner' Post," thoncc west SO
chains, thence soul h Sir chains, thence east SO
chains, thence north SO chains to point of commencement.
Arrowhead, B.C.,
- Oct. 23, lrm ' ' ,  2,-i.inSO
j (j-A| portfolio of illustrations of the City of ' Revelsloke and
snrromulinK .district/ Tiie publication is printed oir-Photo
,*13dok I'n per and'contains over 100 of the 'choicest scenic, mining,
lumbering,'railroading and oilier ^view's of,tiro " Wonderland of,
I ""Am'erica," thu Mountains of ftrilisli Columbia, with a lolterpreps
description ofj tlie principal features;-industriof. and resources of
.the. district. * !  - ,' ' ���       ,'," -' '   ' .
, '.'���  Price .lil.00.
At all Stationers and News Dealers,or from the
V <��� \<i 1.
���;;;*,", ���'"���', reveLstoke, B'. C-     '    ���;
-   ; FULLY
'is   '���|i"liillllt; 11    K'W
Tire KoHpit.a] Biillwill be hold under
tire mispicPHof the Ladies A uxiliriTy on
NOVEMBivR 23rd. The nrrririgo-
rrifiit*. Iinvc never* licen ao complete lo
future nn enjoyiiMi: .-oci.il function.
E McGaghran & Co.
r :     ARROWHEAD,:
Fruits " and  Confectionery
Tobacco, Pipes and -.Cigars
Patent Medicines.- Plain and  Fnncy
Soaps.    Rooks and Stationery.
Billiard and Pool Room in
1 Carrying. Cash and   ���
���pull accessokihs.'
'     v\: .        '   ' The'Best AH gound Typewriting Machine.
,.."."'.''*, ���    ,  . -OPERATOR:    *'    ���      -���   '
"���"a" 1 i'i    "       '' '        '-���-���- .-.;., -      ,,���-....- 1
.���* .1--bold by*    .."-__.'.       n s* - !,__..      "
TheKgotenay Mail Publishing Co.Ltd.
233}     ;f-,'''. :-    .',      ''     "Agents,'itEyELSTOKE, B.C.  '.
-.   l'Ljr EASY   TERMS :IF   REQUIRED.     ',
Wing" Chung's-newly imported stock of Chinese
.and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
V. .\f  C. A. UUir./M.Y'i.
Ti'iider-i un: invited for tlif coiiftruc-
tii.n nf the Imildiii^ for the Y.M.O.A.
,11 Iti'veNNik'.-. /'Iiiiih mid Hjieeif'rcit-
troiiH rnny he wen nt the AiHnciiitioii'H
1'iiurrH, McKen/.ie Ave., i��n iind sifter
.Morid.iy, Octohcr .'With. Teniler-i clone
M1.r11l.1y, .NijiVfinlxT fitli, nt H p.ni.       '
���i.'iHnl IVt-cideiit.
Bevfilstoke Restaurant
Mi-ij. II. J. Iln.ihiiry  Miiiingrcss.  ,
F    '-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
1 Liirdo DiiiiiiKrnoin fur
li.iiiquulM, Sil|i|ior-,, ijtc.
Furnished Rooms To Let.
Clocks! Clocks!
-'(  8-Day, Half Hour   Strike,   for    ;
,'j  $'1.00 only.     Lirnited   Number.
;J. Guy Barber
.sujiply of j;oodi nnd   "niii" nicii up
the I!if{ Lerluc, wheie   they  expeet
winter .1
I III*    inow
I low-on'*' ^lei
i"   here
hut   nut I.i.)''
do coiiHideniiile wnr
Drug Company Limited
Terrible Condition of Affairs.
Revolution Ini." Iiroken oni in Kimiri
fir I'inlimd the red ll.-ig of tin- revolution Ims huun liuinterl on i,1kj puhliri
hiiildingH. Anrn-ehy i.s ninrpiirit nt.
OdcHBtt and thoiisnriilH of people, especially Joivs, hnve hrjoii killed. Tlie
niilwiiyH nre tied ii|> hy Htrikew rur-l tli"
telegraph wires hnve hoen out. Mfirtiiil
Ihw lias heen declared,
I-'. (1. I'l'OW.V I111.M Inid no iiddilion
hnilt on in f 1 is-* Oif-.nr .Slore to l.c med
ni 11 Hnidiri<r Hoorti. All the leading
.MiiKii/ini'M, l-'.iwlern, Ainerir.in nnd
(limul l'.ipi'i--< will nlivnyi he un Inind
for the life of I'.ilmiii.
A�� il tiikes two lo sin're 11 hnrKnin
yorr must iiflvertrSie fo get, Mi(. other
one inleii"'t('d, nnd the Kootv.say
.Maii, i-i the lieHt riii'diinri through
whieli lo inierest the other.
Mecahnics, Farmers, Sportsmen
. To hesr.l rurd Hofterr the Hkin anri'ro-
move greiiHc, oil nnd rijwt Htiiinn, [mint
11 nd (inrl.li, etc , 11.se the ��� "Mimlcr Mo-
elmiiic'H 'I'nr Soiifi. Alhcrt Toilet Soap
Co., iiiriiiiifHctururs.
Selkirk Lodge. No. 12.1.0, 0. F.
The .il-'iv* l/)<l|<e hnve changed
then* rnr cbiriff place to the Odd KellowH
Miill uml will meet every, Thursday
evening instead of Tiiecdriy.
./. .Matiiik,
Wm. Fleming",
Wlinlu'iitlr: nnil Itntiill
Meat Merehant.
Fish   and   Game   in    Season
First St., Revelstoke.
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Cash Prices Paia
F.   B.    WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
I hiivi* m(nrtcd ri perriirini'rit, Wood
Vnnl on Third street. With rnv piiHt
exper-lence I hope (o lie iu n poHitlon
Ut HiitiHfy nil reijiuierrii'iltrt of euHtorn-
erh. Dry cmd wood kept In Htock nnd
Hii|iplii'd in (ilry loiiBtliH nt reduced
prici'H for i-iikIi.
1 it. SAMSON   .
Jas. I. Woodrow,
;?l     BUTCHER.
Retail Dealer lnv- mntitrr?"!?*-
!-i W BEEP,   PORK,
Fish and Game in Season.*
j\II nulni'H pioinplly lllluil.
Tea services     <
(Jiinu Chairs
' Klowcr J'oIh
Umbrella SIiiikIh
tjiinch llaskots
Sinokiii(j JaukotH
""" k Goodf,.
Cui'iiur    IIoiikIh
anil ICIiik Sll'OUlH
Vou I'ltn <lu|ii'iiil nn in lie.il ymir Ikiii*.!.'in-
K'-nillni-coal, mil hliiluiii' MkiiIIi:.
MiiIi-i-M liifi, nl llie Ijilw-iciiiii' llurilwi.ro Sloi'e,
in- ul. Smyllie h Tolmcoo Hliii-u, inoiiiplly
iilli'iuli'il lo.
JVC. Hutchison,
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prompt delivery of pnrcelsr, l).iggage)
etc., to any part ot the City.
' Any Kind of Transferring
TI<*IjI*l*l!Or"I' NO. 7.
If in want of
Hay, "Vegetables
write for prices to
L. E. Griffiths
Malakwa,  1!. c.
I'Jhgngemon'ta" accepted for At-
IioirrcH A:v,. Theory "Lessons a
speciiilty. Studio at. Mrs. Bews,
.    J. O. jMoinan's Barber Shop,
Th"now'"open.; Old Customers and new
can depend on receiving the best
attention. Compressed air hairdress-
ing and massage equipment installed.
Richard R. Copeland
Mantles, Shelving, .Storm   Doors, &e
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
GOLD FISH -     c
"  Vine-.!, stock of ciuulicH and fruits in town.
��� .      Front Street, Revelstoke
lias reopened a    '. '_���
���   on McKenzie A venire. s
Open Day and Nig-lit. First-Class Service
Third Street East,


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