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 READ   BY   3000   PEOPLE  Vol 8.���������No. 30.  REVELSTOKE. B. G, NOVEMBER 1, 1901.  $2.C0,Per Year.  V  99  THERE ARE WINGS ON IT.    THEY ARE FLYINQ IN OUR 8TORE,  The Mew  Shoe  Here is Something of In-  ���������  terest to You:       *  Ask tire Ladies who have testcil  the Ji Emphk^" Shoes what they think  of them.  f.'ee them in our window and  Mark the Stylish  Shape.  Glance over our Xeat and New  Stock of. Ladies' Goods. Everything  Bright and in Fashion. All prices  reasonable.,  Wo also carry a most complete  Its Agricultural, Mining,  and Lumbering  Resources.  Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works Visits-Revelstoke.  (By ������ A, HAGGEH, tl ������.)  line   of   Men's , Furnishings,  Oil Slickers.  Men'  Carpets, Curtains, Linoleums, Table & Floor Oilcloths;  " "   " h is a pleasure to show you what" we have for sale. ' ���������"   '-  TELEPHONE   14,  Note This Careful!f.  Our steady growth, our great success  is due entirety to satisfied customers. No  store can  lie better advertised than by the  praise of its patrons. It is ever our aim to  sell good merchandise, to, sell it low, to give  our customers every convenience and comfort'  possible while purchasing or sight seeing.  It is ever our aim to-keep our stock com-  ptett\ to carry the very latest novelties] Jo  'make our patrons understand that every*  v  thing bought at this store is bought at  the lowest, prices consistent with reliable  goods..  Watch our next announcement with  further list of goods' a/idpricesy  MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO,  MINING NOTES  IVospeclnrfi nnd iiiino-owiiei's ni-n invited to  contribute to iliu IC'iorcx w ,\l,w. inform-  iillon of ii rcliulile clmnii-tiM- I'fKimlliiK tliulr  propui-lii'S, dufuribliiti Mirfuce slinwiiifrs,  flevelnpiiient work iindru>iillMitii'iulliiK It,  ns.������n.vs. ini-l now dNcovciriu^. Tho editor  (k'sii-c-i i!o inukc tin; .MA!i, h nic-ium of  fiinii.sliiiin to investors- ruliulile Inforinntloii  concern in;; the lmiKreps uml (tcvulopment  of ilieiniiior.il rupuureu-i of North Kuoiciuiy.  Fhm. D. M. Ebei is is acting Mini-stcr  of Minesi  I'vli'ftric diilU work j-uciccsyfully nl.  tin- Payne  An English fiiiiipiiiiy has arranged  to purchase the 0, K. at K'liiilnnps.'  There.h no further news yet In hand  regarding the strike ml lloisrfly in old  Cariboo.  Jb). A. Unnllt-y li.-iM applied I'm' placer  Ji'ii^i's on Smith Ci'fck t'nr I). P. Iliigr.s'i  1.11. McK.-iiy.ii-, F. 1J. GutrVy.  Steps- rii-i- being taken tn dismantle  I In- concentrator nt Laurie, m ml tin'  plant will lit' shipped to tin- Payne  mine nt Sandim.  13, Wiirdi-i), fiiriiii'Mv nt I In- War  Bagle, has been iippnhited Mipi-riiiti-ii-  dfiit of Ihe Silver Cup uml has now  entered on his il vi t  Tlii- Northwest Development Syndi-  catc have built 11 laige. cabin on the  Camborne (Jioup for the acuiinuioda-  I imi of Llii'ir employes in pushing dc*  vi'ldpiiiciit , work (hiring the coining  winter.  Ft us not gi'tii'i-.-iHy known Hint gold  jiikI pint ilium values li.-ivu Id-en wnsli"d  nil I he. right.biink of llleCylumbia n-'ar  HiV tipflrtl? oj;\)\0 A'afari i������t fti'-vtlsluV,  J. JMnli-y nnd party washed some gold  there four years ago, and Chinese have  also worked the ground. The gold  was found to lie very tine and dillk-ult  to save.    >  J\J.  Vvi-rtenweillcr .succeeds nernard  Tin; i-'ohtv ninj:.  It seams like ;i drenin of the past  when one considers'that thirty-five  year? ago there were several- thousand people in the Big Bend, and  that a steamer made regular trips  on the river running between Marcus in tho United States and La  Porte, sixty miles above Revelstoke,  Great interest attaches, to the old  steamer.  She was owned and commanded,  by Gapt;eLeonard White.' .Shc-was  08 feet "in length,'' engines of 75  horse power with a' -Hi. stroke and  '200 pounds steam pressure. Her  crew Mas made up as follows;  Leonard White, captain I Ah Ping-  ston, pilot and mate ; Chas. Biggs,  purser! Shep Baily, 1st. engineer;  John Kelly, 2nd engineer I Octave  Jandreau, iireman J Chas. Brown,  watchman ; ��������� MacLaren,, steward ;  George Buchanan,, cook! J. C,  Montgomery, waiter, and six deck  hands. She was" launched Novem*  her 18th, 1885, and left Colville on  her trial trip'December Chh.  , huh l-'ntsf Tiai'.  She was called the Foi'ty-nine  after the forty-ninth parallel which  marks the boundary between the  United States and Canada. There  is still living in' Revelstoke one of i  the crew of the Forty-nine, on her  maiden trip, J. C. Montgomery, the  well-known prospector. '  The steamer made her first trip  in the spring of 1866, sailing on'  April 15th. On .that trip she  brought a crowd of passengers and  a large amount of freight to. La  Porte in the Big Bend. There was  still ice in the lake as she came  through, The trip from .Mareus to  La Porte occupied seven day's. Xo  difficulty whatever was experienced  in navigating the river. The'worst  places were the Kootenay rapids,  Xinc Mile and Seventeen Mile  riffles hut she lined up these;  The fare for the single trip was  *85 (Colville (0 La Porte) and  freight was $80 a ton. The trip  usually occupied nine days, and  some of the passengers were I Dan  McCullough, of McCullough Creek j  Old MinettO) who built the sawmill j  Bill Downiej of Dowilie creek j Nels  Demur,*., of Xakusp and Cariboo  creek J Marry Fcrnic, Sieve Liber-1  tvj Si Opponheimcr, B, Bejurder,  Jack May. Di Cnl'loy, Ji Hanscr,  alicl many, others who.<e names are  familiar still ill the-count m A1L  together there were 115 passengers  on the fitst trip:  AI-'TKIt KVKNTS.  On.the second  trip of the Forty-  nine  J.   Kicky   brought, up seven  pack hor.-cf, went off at Ladner's  Landing and build a trail up the  river, to'a point opposite La Porto,  to which point all supplies brought  in over the Seymour Pass trail were  then packed. Thu route being  frozen in provisions run up to #2.50  ncr pound in the winter of 1866.  This the' Forty-nine relieved early  in the spring of 1867.'       ' ,   '    ,  After the' exodus the Forty-nine  lav idle at, Marcus for the season of  1SGS, and   in   ISO!),  Capt.   White  conceived ,the  idea of   re-opening  the  mining  activity which he had  known in the Big  Bend by importing Chinese:     Accordingly, with a  passenger   list of   Asiatics and a  cargo of their supplies, he made in  that year what proved to,bo his hist  trip.    It is stated that he was addicted to the use of opium, and ,011  the   ti'ip he rati out of the drug,  with   the   result that his conduct  became peculiar.   Tho boat reached  La Porte, safely, but when starting  for   the   '.return    trip    tho   Captain   is   reported   to , have   had  a  presentiment    that    the    boat  would be wrecked, for lie remarked  that he feared the Forty-nine would  never reach Marcus. ' Near Boyd's  ranch ' '  am: iian on a kock  -at.Steamboat Riffle and went.down.  The crew were all saved. Capt.  White,was taken from the boat, a  mall -bereft of his'.intellect, and  ended his -days in' an asylum at  Portland. She was 'afterwards  raised and remained in commission  until tho early 70's, when she was  dismantled and her . machinery  sent down-river, Capt. Pingston  was in charge of her at the close of  her eventful career. ',  "an old time yarn.  The Fortymine required two men  at the wheel.- whetv navigating the  river. The story is told that on  otic occasion when running up a  l'ifllc Capt. White took his hands  off the wheel to light his pipe when'  the current caught the rudder so  heavily that the wheel spun round,  and the pilot, who was holding on  to itj made a semicircle in the air.  The print of Ids heels was left on  the ceiling of the wheelhouse'r dipt.  White.was at his post in. a moment,  and brought the steamer agaihjnto  positions thus avoiding a.disaster.  (Td he continued.)  W\ C. Wells, Chief Com-  and Works,  Saturdav on  lion  missioner   of   Lands  wiis in  the citv" on  government   business.    Mr.  Well-  was accompanied hy'his sec re tar  iM r.  went   cast 'on  CAMBORNE.  Proqross   at    tha   Mines ---The  Camborne Dance.  l!'"rom Our Own i'orrc.������i>onJciit.)  The  Fish   River   camp is  king pre par  now  right at it all summer, and the last  funnel is in iiSft. George has������t\vo  deals going through, and there is  nothing small about tho figures  The BetUrioe is well prepared for  a winter's development'work. Air  pipe, ore cars, and track have lately  gone'up.    This properly is looking  first   rate, and  a   new tunnel has  been started  further down  to run  L. Ii. Deck, siiperintHid. j busy making preparation- for the j 500ft, to catch thc-lem  McDonald as manager of lliu Le Ilni,  and 0. ik-hnutag i.s appointed manager  of the Northpoit,smelter.  The knowledge which Home milling  men get from the handling; of ore is  wonderful.  cntof thu  Imperial and  Eva, and tin  Oyster properties, has such an iiitimiiti  knowledge of the ore from various panird by Mr, Murray, of Toronlo, | son'.-; Landing and as soon as the  pints of the properties that if he is:' looking over the J5vn, and an in- \ townsito company get through -with  shown a panning of a sample h- can j creiucd force will shortly he at: the short piece fliey are working on  tell from which pan of the workings it j work, and winter supplies for 20 j tho ladies will iie able to drive  has come.    D. G. McNeill had such a 1 men arc to be got in. ! right into town  for the Camborne  knowledge of the oiv in tin-.Silv.'i-Cup !     The Wide West, which  has been | da'nci'i  mine, at Ferguson thai, he could tell io   working five ^nieti all summer, has  winter s work.  A'. IL Grncev has been In, accoru-  Hugh  Miifplu-Tson  has paid the  ! men on the  new  road froni/fhotn-  McNeill,   ant  Sunday.  The Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works has left -instruction-; tor  Mr,    Killecn   to,, 'make a thorough''  inspection  of the roads and trails  in the Revelstoke district with a  .'view to having .due provision made  in the'estimates at the coming session for carrying out the necessary  works   next   spring.     Mr. Well's  will also see to .the appropriation  for   the^Smilh   Creek ferry being  turned over to Harry Howard, who  has run the ferry for three years  and has never been paid for his  service?)'though promised by the  different government agents.'  The Chief Commissioner expres-  es himself as satisfied that the government has a suhstantial'majority  of members and is in 'a strong  position lo carry on the business of  the country,  Mr. Well-; says the Government  are detet'mfned to do .their best in  the interests of the Province, and  they will put forward- a vigorous  policy and use their Utmost endeavor to carry it out. He considers Premier Dunsmuir a strong-  minded man who will not be  dictated lo % Mr. Martin or anybody else, but is determined lo do  his best to promote the interests of  the Province, <_  GOLD   CUUMl.-.-IO-ViCKi  'Capt. Taylor,,Messrs! M. Hyatt,  C. Abrahamson, J;. A.-Stone, ,J.  Sanderson, C.' R. Skene, Jas. I.  Woodrow, A. E. Ivineaid, T. Steed.  F. H. Wells, and J. M. Kellie wailed, on Hon, Mr. Wells with reference to the appointment of a Gold  Commissioner. Mr, Kellie acted as  ���������spokesman and said it was the wish  of the deputation to see Mr. Fraser  appointed ,to the position, He  spoke highly of the way in which  Mr, Fraser had so far discharged  his public duties.  Capt, Taylor, said Mr. Fraser'was  perfectly efficient for the duties and  the appointment would be a most  popular one,  F, B, Wells said "Mr. Fraser was  a most efficient officer.    '  Mr. Kihciiid also spoke moot  highly of Mr. Fraser's ("qualifications for the office.  ��������� Hon. Mr. Wed Is Paid his liisposi*  lion was to accede to the wishes of  the deputation and it seemed to he  almost-the unanimous wish-of (he  people that Mr, Fraser should be  appointed! He was glad to hear  I hat Mr. Fl'asei' was held in such  h'gh esteem by the people here, and  personally he should like to do  what he could for him. Of course  lie Wiis only one of the Cabinet and  tho other ministers would have a  .voice in the matter, but ho was the  'minister af present representing the  Kootenays-,'and his representations  as such would have consideration.  The views placed before him that  evening would, go a long way towards securing the favorable con-i The Water. Light and Power Co.  sideration of Mr, Fraser for the! have taken the necessary steps to  position. ' i provide   the  city with .-inadequate  Mi.vr.vo   KiX'oitiiiiH. ; .supply of  water for n<>xt ,-eason. so  (hat the  extension cut; he put in  first tiling inj'iic snrini:,    For tern-  pleased to hear such'an expression  of satisfaction on tho pari of the  public here. A steamboat service  will lead to the bringing in of more  people into that country. Whether  that will result -in a road being  built right through is another quei-  ti'on, but the subsidising of a steamboat will lead to more immediate  results.  Mr. Kellie: ' The steamboat is  going, to do more to open up that  country than anything else. If a  tramway were built at Death Ra������  pidsj and another boat put on above  that, it would open up she country  to Canoe River. That tramway  should he built by cither the dc������  minion or provincial government,  Two miles of tramway ' would be  sufficient, and the work would eo;t  about $5000.  . The Chief Commissioner; If  there are large lumbering operations  going on'there it is only reasonable  10 suppo-o/that .-ome action should  he taken to carry out the necessary  improvements.,        -   ' ������       '  Mr. Kellio pointed out that what  was  delaying, .the  development, of  tho mineral  resources of   the Big ,  Bend was the fact that they had to '  pay 7c. to Sj. per i'o. for packing in  supplies,  and   no   country   could  make  headway under such condi������,  tions,    ' ,  Mr,. Welle said that it any of thu-  companies which proposed operat������  ing  in   the Big Bund approached  the government in  any reasonable  way us tu constructing a (ramway  at the rap'.ds and making the upper  river  available for  transportation  ���������the government  would assist them  in any reasonable way,     (Cheers.)  In saying farewell to the dcpula<  tiou'thc Chief Commissioner said  he., was   very   glad   tha:   he had  stopped over, ,for tho day and had ''  (he opportunity  of meeting them,  He, felt he owed a  little to the people of Revelstoke and, he wished to  take every opportunity of'discussing with them'such matters as had'  been brought forward that night.  Capt, Taylor expressed the thanks  of the deputation to Hon,' Mr,  Wells for the courtesy with which  ho had received the;u.       ' .   ,  co.MAr-u.w   ''  Messrs. Kellie and Haggen  brought before thu attention of the -  Chief Commissioner the necessity  of having a justice' of the peace  appointed at Comaplix and sug'  gosted Mr. Fairhall for appointment, Mr. Wells undertook' to  have the matter attended to on his  return to Victoria,  The matters of replacing Ihu  bridge over Fish Creek and impro\������'  ing the road-; at Comaplix wer������  then discussed.  Tho Chief Co'mmissioiier replied    ,.  that' the   bridge would he built as    ;  soon, as possible, and H, C, Killeen,  the government  inspector of roads,  and trails would sec what was required   on   the   roads   and would ' ,  have these mailers attended to.  WATER SUPPLY  Company   Arrznjing   io   Extend  System,  , Tho  Government   will   have lo  what   any   sample] now supplies for all winter at the  spend more money   on  this  road  within   a   little  WOUld HHHH,Vi  - Coiy Menhliinicki  (Jaiiilioine, was in the  Mr. iWeiihinnielc will shortly make a  trip to the old coiiiiLiy, and il is his  intention when there to organise n  development company to take up some'  t'i.sh Ureek properties. Mr. Meiihin.  nick i.-i (lire of t.li-- m 1.11 ciiierprishig.  relialile, and hi;-h'y esteemed men in  the west, and we wi.xh him the siiccei-s  lie deserves in this iikw enterprise,  feeling sine that what. Mr. Meiihin-  nick takes in hand he will du thoroughly.   U._.._o_   W. Nichol has just, rniiipMfi! a  I'l-ldge over the lllecillewaet f<w the  ibivi-i miieiit.    The struct lire  ia UOtlft.  ftp Mtfity,  j tunnel, and the contractors are in)e ; !u-xt year, as what"tliov allowed for  the pioii"er of to pound awny till next June. One | it this year could not be expected  city on Monday. : tunnel   is in  300 ft. and another ,' to )m\\{\ lX road capable af standing  .any large amount of traffic.  just starting. This company has  lots of dough and is not afrjiiLto  use it, and by this time- next year  this is likely to he well known as a  shipping proposition.  Wi Andrews and partner have a  contract to drive 100 ft. tunnel on  j the   Moscow   arid   arc hard at it,  j while B.  10.  Drew is busy sticking  up ten tons of   ore from  the same  claim for shipment.   ,  ���������  Our cheerful friend, George GohL  smith,' whose hist strike seems  likely to put the great Broken Hill  Mines entirely jn the shade, is also  anxious, to show,her up this winter,  F.   Warren   and wife have gone  to take charge  house   for   the  up lo the Goldfinch lo take charge  warding  of   the  winter.  SAVE YOUR SMOWSHOE TAGS,  The most popular brand of Chewing  Tobacco in Canada to-day is "Pay Roll  livery plug of "Pay Roll" hears a  ".Snowshoe" t,-i^, Consumers .should  save these rags as valuable presents  are given for them. When you buy  "Pay Roll" Chewing Tobacco, ask your  di-ale'r for oqi-ip-w jllustpUcd Prt'UijuiM  It  was  pointed out that in the j  event of Mr. Fraser being promoted \  there would  be a vacancy for min '  ing recorder, and  the appointment;  to  that position was urged of \Mr. ;'  Armstrong, who had formerly been  in  the go'vernnieut ollice, nnd had  hcrli J el   nut  owing  to u n-diiclinn  ill (In- slal'f,      I loli'.  Mr, Wells said  the   fact    thii!   Mr. Armstrong had  been-in the ollice before would entitle him lo consideration.  lilt: MKNii,  , The mutter of opening up the  Big Bend was then discussed, Hon.  Mr. Wells being assured that the  steps already taken by the government ill this direction had been  much appreciated.  The Chief Commissioner said 1  i lake a little ereditto myself for the  appropriation for providing a  steamer for opening up the Big  Bend, as 1 consider a, steamboat  service the proper method of beginning that work.' I stood alone in  iJjtttVftW. ftfy ���������a.t.i^ft|iil.-'|Mij'.VW;V  pornry  adding  piM'po.-cs  the company arc  to the pi\:.i.nt supply from  aiiothel'.strciim,  An engineer v.iii be-c-ngaged lo  take levi'L' and fnrni.-h i-Mimales,  witli a vi'.-w loiruiding tie- company  ill decidilit; w lid Lit In 1 I ill'..' a high  pi'''������sinv tn.iin from'the'n.-w -oiiree  of supply v.i U-adopted, right into  the eity/nr whether it will' be le.-s.  oxprn<ivo to have a re-i rviir and  connect tin-  city with the reservoir  The com-  by high  prc>-uro main,  pnny  have in   view  providing the  ly for  s.'ily  with  an  adequate sup)  fire and domestic purposes.  Great Luck of an Editor.  "Fur tun ye.it-- all efforts to cilia ec������  z-'ioa in I he palms- of my hands failed,''  writes Kilitor II, X. L.'s-ler of Syracuse  Kan. then I was wholly cured by  HiK-kb-n's Ainii-.i Salve." Jt<; the.  woi Id's best, fur i'i iipiions-, sort-s and  all skin diseases.^ Oi.ily;2.3 ets ut UtfJjt  iMl'i jDnty an'd JJ-A'k HtiiC's''.'.'. ,;\
THE KuOTiL\AY MAIL,
afoc iKooiena^iioau aml it it> a iJilv to rW..llieW01k
I'UIJLISHKD  KVKKY I-'iUOAY.
���AT���
HEVELSTOKE. B.C.,
ubsoriptlon  Pries,   $2.03   Per   Annum \
V
slipshod at this  late hour.    Why
are they not here ?    Those who are
elected to look after the interests of
the citv should do so."
ADVKUTISIXG   1IATJ--3   quoted, on   appli
C.lUOII.
Tin: bridge over Fish Creek, to
JOI1 PKIXTIN'O of every kind at most reason     ���,.���,,,���,* dio Tlmm-mi'-: 1 Mivlin<r nnd
able Mtcs and short cm notice. i CJllllCCt 111C i JlOnicOll s l^U.Olllg aim
ACCOi'XTd for job pniitiny or luivprtisinc ' Coinaplix  road?, should have bet 11
pqjMblf nil li,t- (ii-sl   nf every  month;   -ub   I .      .        , ' -\ i      i     ���	
scripliun-;>,iy.ible ������i.i-icllj m adv.ma:. 1'pUt.   Ill    Joilg    ago.        AllICll  lllt'Oll-
COKiticsPONDKNCi: inviiai on ail m.itu-r- . venieuce  has  been  caused  bv the
(if local or nnl'lic inli-i-ijsl.    All ci-in mini id   ; , ,        *   .
lion- to llie  Iviitor niii-l be  .nji-(mi|��oi;efl | nt'glct't 01    thiS    niUCh-lieeUCtl   piCCC
by I lie n.une of lliu wi'ilvr, tiul nei-i^-.u-ii;.  '
f (,",,'pii hi icH.ii'1".'. Il'.ll' ���.,-!s,''..,ii;v:,i'Viilf'iu-t'.
'������g(ihiLfHiili,';''C(inic.Ktibii<l(!ncc;.iini.M' reap!i Ilk-.
tiftliic by '���'I'iie.s'ili'i'.v dvcniiip; i:'i order to.limli,:
1'liicc 'in 'tiif.ili-s.L .'iisii'e.of, 'thu'.illaii. afu-i,
receipt;;'"   '���"'',' .;, ������. V-'.;-,-- '���/'< ;x;-; ;'.>   ,-
of work.
We hone the Government
will give the mailer immediate
at ten lion.
Address-
, Tin-: Kootbxay Mam.,
, Revelstoke, B.V.
}'. 0. Has el, licvtUlokc Staliin.
Telephone Xo. 30,
We Pequesioup numerous readers to 'present lire brigades  and  formin
' Tin-; .suggestion raised at the
j meeting of the city council on Fri*
' dav. as to doing away with the two
A CBXEL SENTENCE. I divNmn and   wire   lulling   in   the
���       , ���      , Liberal ranks  at   Vancouver,   and
V\'i: iiavi:' no hesitation in saying j many who were present at the  last
that the sentence passed on   Sagala I convention there, say it  is  impos-
at Kamloops. as reported in anoth- | sible to get matters  dealt  with  on
er column, is  discreditable  to  the i their merits owimr to ' these  differ-
administration  of  justice  in'  this
province.   A much less severe pun-
ences and the  trickery   which   has
been resorted to as  a  consequence.
ishnient would have met the ends I Revelstoke is the mo-t central  and
THE   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE
No. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK; NELSON, E. C,
Ool.l. Sil\-er-i>ii.'l :i-(l Cipher Alines w.mlcd at the EXCHAXGK.
1-MIKK AIIIJaSG GOLD properties wanted at once for ljis-tem investors-.
1'm-ticK having illinium property for, sale are. rciiUL>if;iLtp send samples of, llicirorc to the
EXCHANGE for exhibition.   ' ,
All wimples .shnnlil be sent by express, 1'IIEI'AII).
t'un-e.spondeiiL-e solicited.   Address all coinuiuuiciitions to <
Telephone No. 101.   1'. O. lloxTOO. ANDREW F. ROSENEEItGER. ZCelson, B.C
of  justice.     Here  was  a   railway
seetionmaii, who had saved up sev-
convenient point  in   the  Province
for such  a  convention.    This  city
;i central brigade, and  building a
central tire hall is a matter  which
favor  us wltli^thelr assistance In
���.mdkln'ff the'KOOTENAY MAIL"the.
most, .valuable advertising1 medium ,In the Kootenays by giving- , ^luUpi   interest   tlic. citizens very
th3 prafei'ance, when making-pur- j .       ,., , .
chaaes, to   thoss  firms Who   are ! H'lK'li.    Ol course   the   great   argll-
ro-jular advcrt.ooi'S In tho KOOTENAY MAIL.
CITY AtlKNTis,
Copies of Till'. >I.\m. inny bo obtiiiiifd from
llie following cliy iisi-nts:
��� ,1. W. Hr:s.vr.'iT.
C.\.\.M'.V i)l!L'(�� t"C l>(JOI< Co.
i-\ li. \Vi:i.i.s-.
LONDON, ENC, AGENCY.
Eiiropuiin itiul Coloniiil Advertising Agency,
111 fleet Si.
C. Mitciiell & Co,, 1 uml -' StiuW Kill, London,
\i. C,
'J'OKONTO AGENCY.
(Ji.-tili-.il I'rcsi Agency.
Ciuiiidiim Adverlisiiig Akc-IIcJ'.
MOXTIIKAL AGENCY.
A. Jlelviin'&Cd., Agents,
Iiesbitmts Adveriising Agency,
lliii-vuv Advi-rtisingAKoni-y,
ui'ent in favor of a change <i?   econ-
^ i
ouiy.
~'r o
Tin-;,Vancouver Liberal Association has decided tliat no proxies'be
1 allowed at the proposed convention
in January, This is a repetition of
the trick which killed the last convention, and is tantamount to disfranchising the Liberals of the outlying districts:' We suggest that
tlic Liberals of the, Inland 'district
refuse to have anything to do with
any convention called under such
unfair conditions.
oral hundred dollars on the small j is at the point of junction of traffic
pay which he earned, and a man I of ihe main line with South and
who dojj tint is n v. the out and ! East Kbo'.enay and The Boundary
out criminal to whom the ��evcr"r and therefore the most convenient
penalties of the law have to be ad- place for representatives, from all
ministered. Judge Walkem lias ' parts of the Province, The hotel
the satisfaction of seeing that man's and hall'accommodation of this
savings despoiled In protracted and place'.are unequalled, .Moreover
costly proceedings���p pretty severe : the, Liberals in this city are n unit,
punishment in'itself���he has the i and will sec that the business is
satisfaction of knowing that he has, ; conducted fair and above-board,
in the exercise of" his position on i Besides the Vancouver Association
the Bcncli, wrecked the life of that j have no right to arrogate..to" tlieni-
i ,   ! *- ������>.'���
man by sending him to herd with \ selve.--the=-nghkto--Cu!l a eonve.ition
criminal-     ,ri "'-'",     '���"'��� '--1- " '
up the man's home and family ties
and has practically turned his wife
and child out in the street.   Such
is.the contempt with which Judge
Walkem  treated the jury's reeom-
That judge has broken.j whoii there.'is a  Provincial cxcci:*
live to attend to just such mailers.
mendatioii to mercy,
Thai Throbbing Headjc/.e.
Would quietly li'iivr-- you if you used
Dr. King's New -Life P.Ms. Tinm-ands
nf snflVrurs ll uv prnvi\l their-, inatc'.i-
ijss ini-rit for sick  and  nervnus licarl<
.SI'OICANE AG!-:>j'CY.
AKwiinder &  Co., ' Advertising Ageiil
l-'ii-si, Ave
Ml
riAN I'KANtiHCO AGENCY.
IO. C. U.iUc-, III nnd liJ Mercli'nnts Exuliango,
Agents. ' .    ,
NKW YOKE AGENCY.
Kciningtoii Hi-o-s.f :>lli lli-oiiil-^S-.
'    '       CJKCL'LATION.r,
Tin: Koo'it.nav M.\i\, luis u fir.sl-cbi.s.s eir-
(���nlnlion in the Cilv of llevolstoki- nnd ��nr-
l-oiinding district, mi'l nlno ul tho following
]i luces:
Albert Cuii.miii lllec.lleu-net
(il.ieier, .liogov.s I'.iss
,.    Golden ' Snlinon Aim
Ai-rowiioiid Tiionisnii'.i ijinduig
t'oiimplix Ciiniborne
Trout Lake City        Ferguson
Halcyon Hot Springs XnUii*|>
ilui-tiiii City l-'iie Yiillcy,
.Sinilli Crock , JluCnllm'li Creek
,  Camp Creole Ciii-ik-m Creek
SjlaiuliU'.l Ilu.siii,
Tin-; report has been circulated
that there was an appropriation of,
JM.j.OUO'mado at last session of thej
Dominion House for improving
navigation ,on the Columbia, but
such is not Ihe fact, Mr, Galliher
asked for $10,003. but owing to the
fact that the river was not being
used by any steamer the cabinet
considered, it, would be better to
wait tili a steamer was in sight,
when -ihey would take up the matter, and Mr.'C-alliher will sec to its
being attended td'during the coming
session.
H
AltVEY k iMcOAUTEK
llAKiriSTKKS, SOLICITOUS, ETC.
Oi'i'iciis :   Mot.soxa   Dam;   Ui.ol'K? Kevin,-
sroici., 13, V.
JUoney lo Innn.
Olllces; Kevelstokc, 11. C.; Kort Steele, li. C.
Ulo. S. MtiCvin-int. J. A. HAnvrv.
Ui-\ cl.siolic, li. C, l-'ort Steele, 13. C.
Mi;.   Oi.ivkk. 'M,  P.  P., knocks
spots out of Dick McBridc's prcten
tioiic of " principle."    Speaking at
Langley Mr. Oliver said ;   "' It was
all boih about  Hon, Richard Mc-
I Bride resigning on principle.    Mr.
| McBride   had  known for a month
j before he resigned that J. C. Brown
. was gbhu to bj ' taken iulo the cab-
I c v^
I'incl. and it was not until he had
J taken a trip through I lie upper
i coun'.rv-to ice  what the members
There is exemplified in this sen* j '^.{.AZ ' TiieyjiuUc pmv Ii1.k>J   and
tence   of   Justice  Walkem  a most [ build tip yniir^liHakivr5" 0 ily 25 cts.
cruel and heartless exercise of the   Money hick if nor. cinvd.    S .Id by
,        ,,        ..'   ��� Caililda DriiK'iind Book On.
powers   conferred   onthc bupremc !
Court Bench.   Fortunately, there is
a means of offsetting abuses of the
criminal   courts, and   that  is   by
petition to the Minister of Justice.'
We suggest'that a  petition, setting
forth the   facts,   and   asking for
amelioration of the sentence, be got
up and signed  by the railway employes  and  the people of this district and forwarded   through Mr,
Galliher, M. P., lo  the Minister of
Justice at  Ottawa'    The fact that
the   jury at  Revelstoke could not
not agree on  a verdict in this case
when first tried" here is ample evidence   that   the case was one for
humane   treatment   at   the hands
of   a judge.     The passing of such
abnormally severe sentences, where
not   warranted,   is  ,what     makes
juries  hesitate  more and more (o
place the liberty of a person accused, in doubtful cases; in the hands
of the judges,    As accused was one
of   the   striking trackmen and got
into trouble on that account, .we j    OmitholOffieal COllteSt.
��uu��cst that the B.' of R. T, U. take I   _      ,. ......     ",.,...
HOTEL
BRAHAMSON BROS.'
PROP'S.
^cwly built. First-chiSH
in every -r(jh|jpct. A'l
nwdcr n an:venieiiccs.
,ar^e sample ruum.s. Fire
proof B.-ife. Fice 'bus
meets all trains.
wmm
&^Vr9^��H^*SW'<--lc'>-.^'^
Uiiili'r s.-itni' iiiamii.'i'liii-nt.
QUEEN'S HOTEL,
TRdUT LAKfe City
~*
oiise
gs-
, THE CBHSUS.
The details of 11��-* t-.-nsus for Vale-
Carilion are as follows: 'lia.st, Lillof-I,
7SP, West, Lilloi-t 070, East Koolenay
NnrllrHiilhif? U��^. Kast Koolenay
.South HidiiiR 5.0(32. West. Knotenay
Nelson Riding, 7,102, West, Kooleniy
R.'velsK.k'c Hi din},'.'i.WKJ, West Kootei..
aV. Sli)f>in Riding .V&l. West Koolen--
iiv. RosM.ind Riding 11,00:5; Ea-'l, Yale
.I'OIJO, Noi'lli Vale 3,S'37. Weat rYale 2.'
111."*.    Total ol, 101. "     .
 ���� AM,	
Tilt* V.inc-oaver bilierab Association
hat- declared for par I y lines in Provincial politics'and will hold'a convenl ion
.     /'' - "    '
in Juniiarv.s
~ WANTKO -SKVKKATj PKUSOXS OF
cli ii-iictcr iiiul jjtlkxI roimlnliuii in i-nuli-ilntc
(onu in tliis ooiinly i-c.quiruU) to i-opi-Osont nnd
ndvorlisc eld cstablijh(jtl wealthy liiwiiicss
hmi-ic of .sound lliinnuliil s'nniliiiK. Haliiry Sib
n-uokly with exiK-ii.st-s mldlUonnl, nil iiiiyiiblc
in cash (--.icli Nvcdiiusdiiy direct from lieud
oillci!-'. Jlorsu nnd cari'lntjc t'uniishcd, when
ncuensiiry. Uoftsr.snct't8. Km-kisu sulf-nddruhscd
.sl-ininc-d'- (Mivolnpc JLinagt-r, 3!G CiiNlon
HuildiiiKi Chicnjjo. ,
Our illustrated catalogue will give you
more information as to goods and prices than a
week' of shopping. It contains cuts and prices'cf
almost everything you could wish for. <-
Send a post card %yith your name and get
one  by return  mail.     It will save you time and
moltey.
uliui
O
Victoria, b; ; c.
OnD Blook from CPR Dopot *
and StoAmljoat Vfiiatvcd
Rc-fiirnlahccl and Re-modoUod
Rates $1.50 to $2 per Cay
>?,-wWM.vii..<rBii,��,M.,i."fcfls>kyi'' s��> ���rv��.w*.����t
Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,'
R, DOWSVVELL, Proprietor,
Vancouver,  B. C.
$25,000 OUR BHOD $25,000
SnnitillihiK entirely now    and   iiitcrcsliiin;.
lend wh.iiyuu arc lodn.    Von may t,'cl Sl.tuu.
THE ICOOTJ5NAY MAIL.'
J.
M. SCOTT, J3.A., LI-,13.
UAKIlIrfTEK.    SoUC'tTOJl,    NuTAUV
' ri'iJi.ic, Etc.
������;'���������'Tin-: ;;'Jyo'oti-:.xAY,;,;MAiL;'li'iis'pi lute
'sho\vdi----a':.;])lienoni''criiiK'ihci,ta'5C.rvbl
.i of;ahie'i'.Ko3tenays:'lh0ou^                   ci'rculationnnd ���lil��h diicaniums arc
i^vt^'itr^
j-.jii iiicl-.tp .resign a n.cl J't^e'-a-.gam.bicr'r      	
McKiMiztc Ave,,
.,   , i)upenw.h:eh ?lif^Vlrbe a. crcdit; to'-the
��1H I ^hande of biiing-.called on to fo'nrt.'a !;ciiitrl'ctV��ild; wliich ehall do'tpuclv
1
.lUWAHD A
11 AG U EX,
^IlNINC;  Ji.NGINliKI!.
'(Men).,Aiiici'kuii  tn^titnl.o Minin;,' Kn.^iticctv)
������;.;",,, (Mctii.' Ouiiiidiii'n^liiiiiig' I n.stlttilc.'i.������;.���'; :
'���   '���'    ,v- 'MvKyKLSTUKl.;, B. (.-,. ;   '.',:.; ;L<1
K^aiiiiiiuliun of and reports oh Jli'iicriil'Pi-o-
.:������'��� ������.������,'>. .'':'lit-i'tipiiiSpcciiilt}'."; :'��� ������;;..-  '������''.:.���������
Zhe 1kootenav2 fihml
) RIUAV, NOV. I. l!'01.
K-cnrav-
i;liCO: ..'Ilik
i!,1
V ^IJo.,v: ^ K"..^!:c-J3itM)i-;': l.'a-
1iV(v;.aboiu���'.'';'iloti  .Mjirtin
.' ix'sjgiiathdi'..''.. V\"
���'M'cliri.ilo. y.ii>  >.<>, ���anxiniis tn
j.'0'\vmniviit hiuiild H.ciii'0 '.Martin'.-,]
sop| ort' ( n the oet'a..-i'Mi'nf the |ia?f- .1
'jng   of] ���tlu']lo!tii:hiiriii.si''f.cs?,iou,'?'j.
That  ir= ',.MJirK:.thi.!iL'  we:.should like]
'.���.��� ;Fi!Kt> FiiA^iK i'> t0s-.Itj-'I-eougra^;.;=:.
latctl ou'ttic, higlv-ccstoem  in: \ylKch
I he'ls Jield by iliq ci(izens]lof]Kcye!-:
[Htoke. atnoiig' whom ,;h6  hb5 :niade
.| his honieJor some years. p]TliC'dep-;
j ittati'oiuvhich waited On ���Hon".i.\\', <2:-
������:.A\x'l'is: oii'Satufdily, ;to:ask t.hat]Mr.
i';PraserbQ appointed;to tlic,position].
;',6l'.:.Gold' Gomniissiqht'r, ���ViiiV'th.o.r-,;
I'dughJy represeht��ti've-"ol:��� tlie.:city!;;I
:"and of both;-politic;]t .porlie-.: J\Y'i\
jim'q sure that it is thedesire .'-cf; n'll;'
^o'seclhisdihportantj oiiitc; in  cu.-]
to
:;M.v-;,::;duis;;:a;];.higher;; and/nobler
object; than;;th,e'proniotipnolv local
aiid^: personal di?putcS^,:]^dieitit,v:
'���hi ,R'er^is(.o,kc ,is'dn:the;eentre'pf;':a;
district of-'..grea-t natural.rfcsoui'ces.]
and ;:tlie' idcvelupiiielU ]of .the;C vye-.
slnlbxlo o]uryUtniostto prptrioleih.
a legitimate way,/.:T;i;:,M'AU,.::vill;
Jiave ��� ii;o:hingVi,o��dufAy'i:thViId-eat
arnj l^pgus-seliiMnes..: : \Ve leave the;
told of'  niin'n.Lr:
this,maUcrtin ami carry: itlh rough,,, o-:--^^^^ ,v,loean,in,1|^l;ilai���,.f;cSt
list, ���l' imniu.s (nrkiiicU-,) o�� .birds trunnliu.lullow-
inrflistoMcUw-i':    /;   :'.i  >:: :   ..,..���,:���'
w'd O O 0 C G KQ U. U.I���A PR TAR I D O
E S R N;|V�� UVE B n 0,\ M W A DO' H T L
:,'-.\Vo.wiH'i-ccOi,'n-lH(J.nsi a bird nnytiiitiK bolf.np-
"liiir to tho t'catiu-i'ufl tribe, wliotlior Itl.sa llm,
Cruw.riin'tter (if any ntbci' kind."\ mi win i-mj
anv letter n.-t'iiiimy i.inuis to nink'J a���nnini- us- il
anbeiu-s in tlic-llm of"lottni-*1 nbdvc: tor nistiu i-e.
Woodcoulc, I'lover, SnoWvItlrd. cUv J'n liny
DCisoiis'wiio onu make n list of tfti or,more dil-
rerent,miiik*'of birds, wo will1 ��ive ab.sobilo'y
b'HVAi a bi.-atitifnl I'rizo viiluu SI.'KJII or less.
]���; BIGi;PR^ES AWARUE'D/DAILY.
' Whni j-nnliiivonindo outydiir list 1111 out the
line on thu tmi.imii ��' 'tbin advt. nnd rend to n.s
Witil 11 Sl.iMIUK.il-AllillWs'll (JllVOlojIll."stump ol
rotu- uiiuiiM-y, will (In.' tiunilf- J'oj.t nro a winded
a iii'ific von .win H' yun duslrcwst. tbu prmu b',
hewnniiifa'"".ii ^ubscrlbet-io "I'iih  -.Woman's
\\;(ji;t;D., .Wa^lmll.'iiwiu-d,lUn'^.J to,.cvi-ry |�� r
son' who sends tbu niimtifOf- -'n llirds,,:iinl mi:
i-il'ts wilt be' H.-5't'ollow.-l, I-or the liest-.li��l. re-
Seired'eacb .1i'i}'i .1 Gold Watub! for the sccono
iK-.st  suliiCion   uitcli  d.'if ii, Uoiiiitil'iil Imported
Tu-l Set ; for the suvcin iil-nL UiHt'solilti.iiis cnuli
i -l-iv aKonrab riakih llii-iiiond and Uuliy'liini.';
I'i'ortlK- next boi-t a\,ltilu)ii.a Upld I'iucenind lor
r.iiir-i.tlibc: "i-..orri'ut:';aiiliiii()ii!j,. l'.yi7M*-ut (!(;in.
i Value'.''������ TbcHu I'l-iws.will be Inrwardud d.iilj
;,\-.,n will not bnvi-towuitii loin,' tiui��! io iint-oi-
i inintv, before yon know tbe result.   I liuro r-iii
foment of lollery.In oiii' I'lnn.il,makes no dil-
: rereiiee wbetliu'r :wu ��et your so uiioii Inle i.i
'���'������iiriv ill tli'i) (biy.'  'All you need is to po-i iln-
I .-i'ldvi.;-w'- us, uiiil on tho day it roau les. us, Il
i-'votir' list is "the luist, you, shall -havi tha Cold
I ".vatch or if-second beat the beaullturi'ea .Sit
i.'.i ml so on ������'��� Wu jjiiiiniiituii that wcVwilt uwin-d
' v.ou aiirlzi. .'I'hiii'blsabsoliitiily iio,o|.i|Kirtiiiiii.v
"f���rdeception onV,ur jmrt-wo eaun'otallord It.
���.-..,���,���....��� (    , ,i ..,.������ .,���,i,, , uv-want to "����t, ���I-.(iiiO.OU(i, well satUlled sub
���WOt'tJlJeSH: COnCeiMl ; -to O.liei.-, .-tc-w- .\ \,.^im.H (l|,d roi-tbnt mison we don't mint yon
end  any': moiiey :until  you know exnetly
;, The'Invictus Siiok is made on the most modern last, and
is the most hnndsomelv finished, oives the best satisfaction, and
costs no more than the ordinary everyday shoe. You need not
consult a corn doctor but purchase a pair, of InvictuS' Shoes
and your'corns will disappear, Made by George A. Slated
and'sold by . ,
who are also dealers In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Leathci'
Goods, Crockery, Glassware, Clothing, Men's Furnishings, etc,
Front Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
v < r
Tha "Little Trojan" Empire Grinder
.'imacular,v.- siomes
properties,   anxl' the.
li
.'looming';
of.
ing to\make  Titi;; U.\u( ;i ,compen^v^|j|!--jj;li,(;;-oll llllVt: ^l[l)e(| ;by nns,wcrinxihb
li:ilrlc.l,uvn.lsfHn;dtlic:\.iir;'uci.plxj:mi,;;di-^^
wjncii.aic-diw
ei'iii wl'iiil n'l-l/," bus been awiirdu I yoii,.tlu.n (i
C-. nnd Wltll iihsvum.  iii..:-;wiiiur.,ii,ft    >      *\"':MiiiHllf��cI.Toil uin ric||d yni^stibsei'lp.
slli'i'mimr-ll""! tb,illoTliK-\\'oMAN',s  Wonl,l/i and your |,t;i���
��lllM.��."llii:.i,.iic.il v_,, y .,.,;, mll:(,j';.1���,.Mt eHi-rhiKO.piild.   'Ion
Ili-foi-rii'Vt.ion'"-'' pe;wui,of inin-ow Wen* It H(!(-ni,-< iiMiJOSslblc Hint
Jlitu.ni.ii.uii , i(>,; H,)(|liI(| ,,,0 ,,1,10.,o iii.iko.sucirafflgiiutle
iv-w-i!s if that -Mr..,.. ..   . ,       , ,. .,, .  -.. ,
_ /v.  ''Iv, tluit oi  in'oniotion   witln.n.. tl.e
eorvicc,->vi 11 clo nnu-hlo elevtiU- the
'civil .f-'C'i'vicc and ir.nko i t ncrccli t to
i(^eri'(-^>T(!-iii^M|i(Mri^tr:(.'tV'i;!-;''6n'rc-.
!.'.. findwith liii.svieAv tiie editor, h ,<
���vir-iteti   inucli . 6ii tlie
eouu'i'v ;.tlii-<'.>,ea's(..i).
is tt wonderful machine. It li
, Used lit mines, mills, cUmpfi,
machine shops, hotels, ' fcte.,
and the extremely low prieei
makes thtm-great sellers.
Shelf and Heavy  Hardware
of all kinds carried in stock.
Mail orders rcceivt Jtrcmpt
U'lention,
cljeiwari, M^F^ely & -Go. -fctd.
HARDWARE WKCLESAL=& RETAIL ,
rwrwujaasvrmaamvaaxa
Mr, Mcliride to an.-wcr,
tllC'Ih'OvilK'i.
���Tii'k -nnviinei'-''in--which-'the,Hon.
,i,i,;;,,���,| ,,,, ���i;,,J.r. i-i-Mi-W'H   ;tl>lK';ll' "ollVivbutwoiiavo^iK! motley, brain* Mnd'roiiti.
i.lo.tainet.i. nil UU-i. w,p... l-.'��   ���*J't-11-*1 '.���--. Mti���|, u.c .);���,-,����� o.^uotly  what weni-odolnu.
l.r.r.i,  .:",-iii(i if wo ean l(!Kliliii:i,tel,v.Willi,u nillllon M\h
n\\ C.  Well
NivXf...time the I'einiiiiion .(.iuv.e'ni
lueiit >einl   out   tlieirlreiglit coin- I ;|,;,t   ^hutlei.n'an'.. an-i
,s', vecei.v.ed the, ciepiita*
t.ions Avhi'ch���,waited oil, him on
v-?a,tiii:dii\"' \\w<   highly fi'ed,ital,-.le; to
'ie   .showed
nniinioncr .to tire wc.-t they sdiould j
instruct.liinv i" i'.un hU own'luisi-
iK-sR and "riot 'alow him i It 4o hi
cHcorlc'd like,a. 'jiri^ion rrby.-rrd) hi
Ageul l'Kkl'r (if \l.he t1;,!', ji'.'.-ii'i- he:
���wdf on hi.: rceeiit liip. The pijliiic
then   ; e!.   a'  ehaiiec to la\
niignt
their,grievances heforc him.
Ai.ii. McLr.on Milled inlo al^enl
e iiiiicill.oi-.-- at the meeting of'tin
city couiifil on Kiiday night in
I'r.K'tica Ily  1li'\-c   wordr :    "Then
'yrc'iu ib'J.c-iiy t'>i'iigbt,lwocouiv
$>\\oij;   who   hnve })iiy:\  ele^-ed'\>
|ilai.nly tliy.t the Dntismuir Government wi��h*to serve ; tbe people a��
far1 a.i possible and ��� meet their
wit?1i'i.'ji in niry-renpoUfildt; wiiy... .-W'i:
are -diV'iha.!r i;- !r.-- dependence
were pl.iecd on' nicinlici'r: a.wrl, .-ul)-
ordinate;-, and niony-'troiible taken
to. enligliteniiiiiiiHtei'.j -is', to the true
position 'of affair?, , tho.. 'position
would he .imic'h more HauYfactory.
��� I'eople do not la-ke the trouble -to
in form the govenuneiit, df their re--
quireuren!,-. ;iud tbui blame iniu;*-'
���'ers .because things nro not don^-n^ |l;-,Pi convention, hold  Ihen;  wa,-  a
' M.i\v wif b, } '.la rc(.'. .'Th/'ra "iiii-i- i een  |no, rqueji
���from time to time, in  our.. eofcums', .���^���H-hv.r"a,v"tii'iV"fc"r��iii��i idrii ���weknowtiuittiiiK
., n,l o ii r.Ha- "-i li' be vriiide tO r'enre- :"in'!:Umt of' well piw^-il .HillHorllanv <yn be in-
and an t-no... ,.iu ot .u,uj- io ..pic    ,|,1,.(.(1|0rc/;(m,i,),..i,(triiu woma^ Vohmho
'      "       '" "    ' '     '    nil friend","thereby bulMfHK up our elrenlatlon
-till fcrtlicr.    W.i (ire MilllnK'to up lid St'n.'W
io tiii-x(!oni:iiht-lii imlldliiKUiiii blj/^ibneilialon
list, nnd wb.ou Mii-"uioii-iy H ,��|ii!iil.-\vc i-ea-rvc,
,'ifterwai'ils " virit.   tlio ri��lit.l.o imbliuli u noil!b.atiou lliiU-tbecoii-
' H ' '    "' u-n lm. been nWitbiuod,. lr..ri'i.fli.'l.iy,iinl
Ki/tooJi'tA Tlio eoiilent will xonUnuo until
J.iiiiuiry Idt'i \M. . ��� , '.- ,',.���.', :,
. : We i/Jvu' A Hpiiu* Prl/iuof SX/lliidepcndijii.l
of nil ntacru totlicpeMiii wboyelidc in lbellr<l
>oi leu uii III lliv bis-d'Hii-l Imiid.-ouie.-t, iiuiuiiei-,
fini- CoiutnlUco will deelnomi award j-irlif<!i<
d;il|r bu' nie-^pc'-lnl i��.'.Vt|irli'.i;.Wlll b,- tiwi|.irji-i|
; soiiMhing? exactly anUiey are, one.
Sji.fthey will be.found,by arty of our
"reader- who.: ma,
tbc^e section.: to seeTor'thcm-elve^,
In this way we iiope ;tO: makj  tlie
work'of.'.Tir-E M.Ai.i. as'ii \i'yx?\ri\>(:t
! appreciated InMind of grout vnli^
( lo-tbe cbi'ii.in'iiui'f.y in whi-'li  it  riV;
I euiuie:',.   VVe a-is" t,!^.:people t'^ivi!
| u�� iheiras-i-'tnuce a.-; j)ir:iifi }\<x*\\>k
inacliioviug th^'ohjoet: wo have in
view, , v .'',-. ^. ��� ,':.."��� ,
THE lA\iK\{ALCbSV'.KSTl()S.i
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.   \'','iiicouver   in   not   Ihe   place,   (o
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'���'hold a Liberal .Convention.   The'
inM'ir.'n,
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ii.itlie (uirtvl.iii tbe
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ii"dv('T'tl"c. 'A'" l.o (jii'i-'n-liiiliilllyw'f: ivfer lo liny
AdvetlMInK Ajccii*���oi-'-liuAliK.'i'.n'/nan in London.,
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ably ftii'nlshccl with the choicest the market
affords. Dest Wine's,' Liquors, .& Cigars.
Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
ALBERT     STOITB,    PEOP.
Wholesalo and Retail
.   .   o   Meat Merchants.
Ti'u'n
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,V  n.-flc earefnl iind ta'ei.,iy, .voiil*. |c.lli.'|-.i(Mi-
wo rlo not, receive undnrpiild letters. Address
Tho '������ Woman's��� Woiitl,"v Brentford,.
,   ���' Untknj.w., EiifrlciiKl-' :'.���.��� ���'���'
Head ��� Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:   -
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TFS&m*n��!��KSB83&tg^&3&^8$Sk THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ., ,i,pu������si.^-.i:������-~s  V  if.ij  KoDtonay LocJg-p  *,^T No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  sv     -y,/        ���������*   *   'I'hcregularmeeting;.  ASTHMA G  v.  uuli r jxihLi  1  ure held in tlie Mas-  t]ediile  Effective Oct. 13th, 1901.  ' Ti;iins puss Ixeudstoke  'Eastbotofd   8:20  Wcstboiiqd 17:10  -  Piissf ngeis, I i.oU'd   to  all   Kr.'stcrn  C.ii.'nli; n nnd United Slates points.   ���������'  J.li I lis ilr-sened (in, Atlantic slfiifn-  ers fur pus-cii^His to the Old Country.  Direct Steamer Service from Vancouver  ���������to  JAPAN,  , AUSTRALIA, ALASKA:  xS^tt^ft- HlnV^i'the^Tiiiri ��������� Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and ��������� Permanent  s^SS^^ffi SifYt hs ,r mh I Cure in all Oases.     ���������  "rS^-'-Tr^Sfc^jr-   \is-itiii(,'   brethren |  cordially welcomed  U. S. M( CAUTKR   Si;cketaky.,  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  ^-^S,?'k**S<������t������ . Regular meetings ,-ire held  J^tpiT*^*^ " Udu-ellows' Han over-  '15ll^^^#%T.ll,u^daJ;.ni������'1,<' at eiVI't  >.t-vi^^ cpL^js?" cordially welcomed  U. S. IVILdON, .V.G. J. A. STOXE, *-..-  '    K. U'ATEttSON, K.S  BELKIRS LOOaS, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets every Tuesd;. ^  S-r^S^v    cvt-nirig ,   in   .Scikii i".  i-   >rr?-Ll     ^sV"1*'     at    *    O'elinl-  =="_:i''^5������<.~i) v'*sit:'*'K' bri'thrm, c >r  ^-"���������"SMiHlly in\iteU  to attend.  E. ADAIH, N*. C J. MATH IK, Six.  SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE OX RECEIPT OF POSTAL.  WRITE YOUR NAME AMD ADDIIESS PLAINLY.  Weekly   meeting   was   held  Present:    The   Mayer,   Aid.  McLeod, nnd Abrahams-on.,  Fi id iy.  "\Vulc,  him. -uid L would not lie without them  1 in tli,! iioiis..."' JJ.ihy'sj 0������'-i TuliliiLs  > lm ri b; ji. n.-uied nt any druiji-isl's .,r  , will In- hem postpaid on receipt of "J5j  ; liy iid-ii'-ssiiiix the Dr. Williams Medicine Co.-,  Urockville'. Chit.  LOYAL  Full'  in  (iiiiiniiiiii    nlrrl,  illustrated  jinllipblt'ls furnished oil application to  T.W.' BflADSHAW, E..J. COYLE,  ;    ������E'r.t, '   A. G. P. A., ,  Revelstoke. Vancouver.  *O0EAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mall Linos,  dhoapost Routo to tho Old Country.;  l-ItAXCO'CAXAUiAN LINK-From Montrenl  i?(lvlli('nst!t! - , : ; ��������� ��������� Xuv.Uiifl  >\atnil) \ ��������� "  'otl1  AL-LAX LlXE-Krom Monti nil.  jVeloriiin      ���������      -     ,-,     ' ���������   ���������      ���������     Nov, ind  i'uniMiiti    -    ������������������   \   ���������    ���������    ���������     /;,   ���������;;  lor.iiiman       -       ��������� -,    ���������     ���������       ieji  From Halifax,  Parij-inll     ���������' ���������> ���������      ���������       [Nov. '.'3rd  Ijiiiun      >  '   ���������wt'i  DOMINION LIXK-Froni Portland.  i Vnncniivci Nov "illj  Dominion        - "   Wrd  Cambrormin     ��������� '   ��������� ��������� wl"  DOMINION LlXl-:'-sl-'roin 13u.s(on.  Now Kngliuid Nov. nth'  A Stpninci  "   -'Hi  New Kiigliiiid   -  ���������      ���������      ���������������������������'.���������      Ucct 'U*  UKAVKR'LlNE-t'i-oni Montreal.  J.silce Pimcoo      ���������    '���������-    ���������   "'���������'    ���������       Nov. Sth  l^ike .Manitoba      ��������� "   ���������      ���������      *  -   ' '    "   \M'\  Lake Ontario  -'-ml  PiHs-jii'.-crs ticlielcd throiiKli to all lmrts of  Oi-L-at, lli-'.tnln and Ireland, and at specially low  rates to all parts'of tlie European continent.  Applv to nearest railway or .'tciuusliiputfeiit or  to  T. W. BUAD3SAW, Agent. Rcvelstoko.  OZtAtfCa    LODGE   NO.    1C5S.  Regular meetings arc held ii  the  Oddfellow's IT.iil  on   ri-.  Third Kridiiy of each month, '���������:  8 p, in. hliarp.   Visiting breti  .run cordially invited.  ,     Tiros. STEEP, W. M.  W. C. nrKN'EV, IlnV. S.-r  YEARS  REVELS  OKE  TEA'M .LAUNDR1  RIH@e  RELIEF.  'Ih,-ic is iioiliiiiK like A-thiiiiilcni1.     Il  >iinj;s  instant   iv i. f,   ,-vpii   in   ilic    \V(U->l  i-,-isi"s.    It. cin-^s wlii-n all (d.si1 I'aiN,  Tin- )i.-v. F. V. Wf-llx.l'Viiln Uitii,"'  HI-,  -.-:    '���������Voiir   I rial   liuLili-1   nt'     A-l.llnl.ili'iii-  .���������ivr-il in m'-nd   f-cinf 111 iciii'.     I   caiinnl.   IhII  ���������n Iniw Lliankllll 1 I'-i-l   t'm-    111"   ^'<ii.(l   (!������������������-  ,v,j<l l*i 11111 it.     I. was a slnvi-   cliiiiin'i.1   Willi  .(ill id Mii-c   ilii-i'.-it   and   Am 'una , i'or   l^n  -.ii>.    I (Ic.sp.iii cil of ,-n-i- In-ill^  t-iircd.    1  -.-iiv  yinii' ad veil isi-Miijnt,  I'm   tin4  (lire   nf  ,his (iii-.-iilftil and t��������� >i-111������-*iitinf^ ili-s.'.-is<- A^tI-,-  111;i, and I hou^liL von had ,>v.'l--|)Hk"ll yniii--.  -������������������Ives, lint ivm.|vi.i| to ffivi- it a   trial.    To  ��������� iv asiniiisliiiiciit   tln^   trhl   .-u-ti-,1   like   a  , harm. ��������� Si'inl nn- a,l'n!l M/.rt li.itlk-."  Tin-; i-';i;i-; sysi'km.  Oliief J3iiii ������tot(3 stating firo alarm  s-y.-ilfmi was out of orticr, .-mil f.iiiinia-  liutis of Is"ij. ! fire hall ntid Gold Il.ll  Iniildiup; wcir roil en, and buildings in  hii'' s.!ul������ of impair.  Tli������ JMayor ur^fd lli.il���������������trp? Ijp  taken to   lia\e   lire   prnteulio..  f-vstem  , 111������-    f:ie  ,trt.    l;<-  'iv ex  J  C.liniiiii I'.n i.'l' villi 1,  Rev. Dr. Morris'Wcchlor.  K.ilihi of thv (Jmig. Bnni lsi-iii 1  Ninv VoiU. Jan. IJi-,!.. KM)!,  )t-s-. Taft Bni.s. Mi-.liiiiic Co,,'  (Ji-iiili'iiieii; "N'mii- AsiJiin.ili'in* is.-in ex-  . .il.-iit i-ciiii-.ly lor Asiimi.i iiikI !J .y I'Vv.-r  .mil its roni| iwit inn allcvulcs nil ii-,,iiIi|is  -.\ hicli coiiilitn-willi Astlinia. J(-: siici-.'.ss  is ; i -1,) 11: s! i i 11 vr and wniid.-rt'iil. Alice l.nv-  ins; it. caia'fidly iinaly/.i'd,' we ran sl.i.le Hint  AslliliiiiKine conlii'itis no opiiini,  no nn.-i-  V.'i'V truly yours,"'   ��������� ,  ItEV. 1)11. MOUUia WI30IWLEH.   *   "  Tinges  S. ,b'i    ' Avji'tve '  or .*?', S.   '' Liakav"  lhiiinitig lietivrcti AiroWcn*. 'Miom.-oti'H  I.muliii!,' nnd L'liitinpIin. crmniHiieina (ier. Hill,  r.iill. will stil a- follows (weather pcrmittiinj) i  Leave Arrowhend for Tlinni.-fnii'* l.nndlrig  nnd I'omnpllx twice daily at ink. and 131;.     ���������  Lenvt-Co-nanlix- and TlionisoiiV Lnndiiifj for  Arrowhead twice daily at 7.1,5k. and I'.'.lok.  "il'ikim,' i-Uis'e conncelloiis with nllC IMt.  trains and boats.  The owners reserve the right to clur go titn ;s  of saillng.s without notiur, v  THE EKED ROBINSON I.UMUEH CO. L'TD.  1 -      Y. K0I1INSUN,  "Miinnb'iiiK Director,'  Citizens of Revelstoke ;  * Do you know that$io,ooq or  $13,000 a year has been going  into Chinese coffers for Laundry work ��������� every year, in this  town. The Revelstoke Steam  Laundry Co. are trying to divert this money into the channels of trade. Will you- not  help by sending us your laundry.  BUKER & SAXTON, ���������  Proprietors.  AVOK Si'lUNCi!', :>. v. FttiJ. >, 'looi; ""  Dir.TAl-rBKOis. l'j5j;c;Nl" Co. ��������� ��������� '  Geiith-iiiiMit 1 write llii* U'sLimont.il I'ninl ,-l sellso of' ili'.l.V) Ir'ivlnj*- LeHletl thp  wotidei-t'til t-ltVi-l. of yom Asilim.-ileiiei t'ol- ihe. rlir'n of Anilnnn. My ������ilV lias  lieen aillic-tcd with spasnlinlit.-ilstlliila I'm-Ult1 |i:isi 12 yeam., llavin^r cxlianated  my own skill as wt-il as iniinV nt Iihi-si 1 cliaiiecd to hei- your own si^n on your  own windows on l.'XJth St..New \\>i k, [ at oniv olitaiiii'd'a Imttle ol' Asthuiaii-iH-.  My wife t-omi!)ijnetjd taking it aliont l.lie'.l.it.ot'Nov^iiilicr. I very siniti ��������� not iced  a lMilual iii)|ir.,vi'ii!,'ii!. After ii.siiig onu In,tile ln-r A'-thma lias disnpp.-aied  and slit-is (--ill ii'i-ly fret't'l'-om all syniptoni*. I t'.jei that I can rnii.sksleiiily ree-  eonittieiid the iiu'diviue to all who an- aftl'vleil with this dt;eadfnl di.seri������e. '  ,   YiK:isiv.s|.,-cifiilly, 0. D. PIIBLI'S.-M. D.    ���������  D:i. TAi-'r Bii'js. MtiujciNu (j.).   ' Iv.l*. 3, l)dl.  1 was tronlil.-d with A-tluna for 2J ye.-trs,'' I li ive ll'iej iuiiiii-mhis ri'iuedi. s  lint. iln'V Imve all laili'il.' 1 ran iiero^.s yi.tit advi'i-tiseinent an'il starLi-d witli/i  trial hoitli-. ,1 t'litind l'.-lief at oni-e. I havti sinee |)iuchasi'd V"in lull si/..j. Iiol-  tie and I inn ever (il.itel'ul. I liavt-'a f.iinily of lour cliiklrcn, and lui fix years  I was tin/ilile t (? \\ ink, I am now in I In--best of hcalili and .-mi doing Iiiimim'-ss  i'Vci v'd.iv,'' Tlii.s ti'siiiiHinv vun can make use nf as you shh Hi.' Hume addri\ss  2JdKiviiiHl������"ii aivet. .S.'RAFIIAKL,  07 li.isi ������t. New York (Jit.v.  Baker; Confectioner,  Caterer, Etc  TRIAL DDTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.  ..Donotdcliiv.   Write nt mu-e iidaivs-lnK DK. TAFT IJR0.S.. MEDtUlNJS  CO., TU.East JWiIjSl., X. Y. City. -  Sold by All Druggists.  Jas.  JUUU   UJ I Lll,  The Kootenay Mail  -111111���������  Weekly Freo Press  will be ?ent to  any-'inldrcss for Ijiilaueo o(  Jirweiit year and llie wlinlt- of lOH"!  FOR $2,50  i'i"iil|ti"l  Willi  (iriiyv.    To s-iibscrilicr.s lakliil/  ridviiniitiiU ut lin.s u'u'ei ������iil bu preffciiUd a Kltt  A^ STANDARD BAROMETER AND  'HERMOiYiETERi  I      Qhoico  Grooeries.  ! Graham Bread,  Wedding Cake a Specialty.  BUTCHER.  Retail D^alor in^anas**"^?*   ,,  ,    . BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All orders promptly filled.  REVELSTOKE j   B,   Gi������   ar������U������fllgitrcut^  If  il  llow fa Out a is* lilinr tN.-sTuir.MkST.s.  ���������A (,-oniliin, d Tlii'i-lliuilu-U'r mid Hm-()iMi.-I(T  winildriisi ni loil-i, Si, lint t.lic KUOTKS'.aY  ���������*.!All/is ii'iU- Kintlt-r liclli liislniinwils.illisn'  lii'clv ri'uc inuvory ���������siil*^������i-ilit*i- Mi ') 1IK'I<0(������T:  I'lSAV .M.M1, .VAVKKKlA KlfKl-. I'lfl-.SS,  IJimli i-L-o.-iJii, (if your mihn Tlptiuii tlii-OUli'.'  liin-il Tlicrini in t'.-r ninl Hni'niiii'tci' will bu  iniiili-il liii-tii};i'in-cii'iid. Tliu niaUi-r.s nf i!n.-������-  instiiiini.is'i.s Innu ii^i-cmI L,) deliver'���������>-Sopl.,  iiUli. tin.- iinniliui- (irdiia-d.- 'I'lnU iiuiuliei is  llmitivl, mid linwc (U'clroiH nf M-onring tlie  iiintrniiiunts niiunjd SL-iid in I lien-orders al uiica  T^e Kootenay- Mail,  REVELSTOKE.,  'Mail orders promptly and  carefully altetuleil to.  P. 0. BOX 132, REVELSTOKE, B.C.  The Kootenay Mail S2,00  Tb. Montreal  Daily Herald stun  and a spiettclid picture of ^  Kins Edward VII. ���������  ��������� Ordcr������ loft nl W, M. Lawrence'.,  lil'otnptlyatiended to.  Telephone Xo. 35,  The D.uiiiiiioi) llmiso of P.iiliaineiil  iiK'i-ls nliuiit tin-lie^iiiiiin^ nf Fi.jl)i-uaiy'  Tiie Vancouver Liberal Association  Ii-ih repudiated tlie Province News-  P'M"''1'' -. . , ',  ��������� Henalm Teii'iplcinaii or ilalpli Smith  will represeiiL Brit.rsli (Jolui'i-lim In tin  Galilnet ut Ollnwti,  The Otuis-I pajii-is slale that tin1 visit (i? flon.W. (J. Wells tn'M6ntreal \s  tu seePccsid-nt yhiLtiL,'liae'nsy on rail.  Wiiy nialti.-r.s,  ' The Dominion Government has mi-  tl.-r coiisidiiation tin- <rraiit iiifi; of Pro.  vju-i.il auloiuiiy to the Ntirtlnve.st  Idjii-iloi'ies,  CARROTS, TURNIPS, ETC  Should be in Every Homo.  War" in South Africa and ihe Dark. Xhimlh^li'nl'W d-ucc-mmhi i.- n���������t 0|100r  Continent from Savap-py to Civiliza- j ^^iJ^KSoJ1 \rfflft������i������  lion.-Strango Story of a Weird World j y������.ir,ti.0nfii'nt!iiyofouro^vh������ if-cvi������um  ���������Explorations and Discoveries-Set-  Tills is the greatest combination offer over  "POTATOES,   CABBAGE,  made  Iiv any  Ciinadmn journal, and w������ urn : ' '  fnrtnnnt'iMii aacni-Inrf thooxolunlvoprlvilrgp for ;  thix.listriol,   'J'lio Daily II,;niM l-omnif Cm.' i urtiiuwiv,  nda's b'l-cut niiiioi'.s.   K;titbll.liwl In IsOS. it lm- , ,     ..       .,,,... (f ... j, ,,���������..,, i  Imii,' boon Hie loidiiiK l.ib'.-ral paper of '"astern A1"������ lu'[ 'l!llil"! 0I wt" LUKl  Cnnadn.   It N now a urunt  familv iiowMinper, ;      ���������-tna^s-r-s   t\/        I   t A\/  ou-lrdny Kl������iiipr full now.* of tiro world, nnd T  MmTHY        HAY  nl.-odovnllil'-' iiiiiclis|iaeol(i inii'lersof peculiar ��������� |   II V I \u/  I   I   I.I I   li\ I  >  Int.i'i-i.^1 io tliti I'liniily.    Iik (���������onii-.ieieliil Intclll- .  u'eiice l.s omnnliite and i-otliililc. ,J jnrl order- for ".ann* lo  THK ICINfJ'S POI.'Tl*AIT is the bc.-t  ever , n    h    ft^tlU/l Z  piibli.-hed   in  (.'atmdli.and   will iiniUe n hand- \ 0,   [J.   UilyVyLC,  ad()itiuntotl:c walls of any, tlhrary.   It N ���������..,.,..'.,.,-   ,,   .,  I!1'j\ KIjSI UK In, 11. t  ������������.-..    ������     ������������    B^������^.i.*An-i   '     A-i the ceiis-us will  not he ready  in  H.    COOK    &, CO.   PROPRIETORS. ! time lo admit of a  r-edisti-ilmtiui,  1,111  liein^ 1 riHiKhl li-fmu liie D.iltlinir-n  Parliament tlii.-- si'.������siiiin, it will he postponed llnlll'in-xi. sesfiolt.  When Sir Vnll'i-id iu-lrli-i1 \V.i- in  tilt' 'west he l.s l-epoi-teil Id ll ive ,-x-  (jri'ssed the iipiiiidn til it 1111' (inly  Hictlhid df ^���������Llliisov^i' t!ie- dilifL-iiltie^  tlLleilJInx the gnv'.'riiiil-'ilt. of thi' pro-  Viilcli.' was Ily, 'the e-L.'ililisliiii.'iit. of  p uiy linen. ���������  If the II -i-.ild'.s sI.-iI.imii -nt li -   true  l.liat (J ll|si'|'V,|! il'Cs- in-,, h^i-illllilljr ., Tex-  Liui-t I Si-i l. lh".y .should h s pivsi'i-vi'd  like hii.'r.ilii af, Bind', a Ciii-a-rvaiivo  eaudidate u'uiikl Maud a poor shu.v of  even enough suppurtcis to nominate  him, if tli" Pi-ovitii-i il elect inns mi-i- run  tin party lines. Th'r' II -rild noi.wiih-  fltamlinir Lin- Cnisiii-vii'tives will in ike  a #.>.)J showing  wlii'ii a  It ^litL-oines.  RANCH FOR SALE  At Notch Kill  about half* M mile frotli llics'fniion. One hundred nnd .liity-llve don*, inonly. rich bo tmn  lipid. kimmI pilrt, oleilrod ihid dntinod. Sninll  ilwi-Miiiic IkiiKo cqlilniiliiltf Hvo rmlnis. Ita-n  mid linv shod, |ioiiit.i-y liiuisc-?; edt.lle Shod; i-el-,  Inrs.ctij. -More land udjoiiiilit; ninj: lie obtained  if ,-c(|iiii'-id. ., i,    , ���������     ,  Kor sali-i ril.sn. lit   adros Of evOellent land nn  '    part, of  whioli ii tlie Hr.Mi-i-I.eof Notch Hill.  ,j L-*oi-pili-t!'!ii!('.i-3 apply to  [nil in a pr.ippr i-nridiiinii.  Aid. Alir.ih.illlsuli ^ai,  alarm posi.i weie. t(;u far- ap.ir  sides tli;: ne.w tiailcries t-aun  press in May aiid ha 1 ne\er jet been  installed though six iiiuntiis fi-ui  elapsed,  The city" dark- said Aid. McCam  had en^i^ed a man to fix ihe Cue  alarm   sys-tf-iii.  Aid. JS'e.lilt! said he. liml siin[������c.ster!  Imin^ the m in <iu eli.n'ue ui' llie  Kamloiipi ������������������jM'ein to exnii itie t|n-n-  sy.sietu and put. it in jrond sl;,-ip(>. If  iiMiilated win* wasci ip.-pired, luce it  d.nie  A'-!. Al'i'ah i.lis,in .said llifj system  eosr, i in-, city #)0U hi l^inallv li-  sn^^ested <fei lioi; the Wati r, hijjlit iv  Power C". to at I end to tin: .sy.stein aurl  Jce.ep it in order. . The. fire pi-ott-ciiuii  arian^euienli for l!m lower town hud  not, lieen carried out and in the espt.t  ,of u flri'liieiti'wn.i no orj-aiitaed laidy  'to pruteet tin tr propel tv, The. Water,  Li^lit it Power Coinpatiy ollVie. 1 to  .suksiil'ute insulated wire in the aim in  sy.stein i'or 8-'75., Even the. fire-bell  ilul not \wji k.   '  Tlie elerlc read the o.Ter uf ��������� llie  Water, J,ijr,lib it Power Coinp.inv, tn  .substitute insulated, ,wire for .i?27.3, to  Use tlie electric lip-liL poles fm- the'  system at a rental of 'Ajc. per pole,  mi'] cost of maintenance, not liver $10  per annum.  Aid. Nettle, moved, seconded by  Aid. McLeod, that council send a  description of system tc ,t'ie Kamluops  eiii-ineer mid let liim rep rrt on it,  Aid. >'e.ll!o .wished tiro Works Committer' to report on ihe N >. 1 lire hall;  Aid Nettle wanted tho work done ut  oner, and Aid. i\JcLt'od,wished lo .iee  a 'full meeting bufolc dealing with  such an important matter. Aid. Mo'  Lend had seen tlie (Ire li ill referred to  and it was in a disgraceful state,'  . Aid. Nettle suggested having a een-  lr.il lire system instead of the present  doable, imsntisFactorj' and costly .service, which was cnly due to jealousy.  Aid. McLeod objecte 1 lo rnoxing  the. No. 2 (ire ball ton cjutnil position  us it, was too far nw.-ij-.  , Aid. Nettle said . No. '2 fire ball  should lia\e been in a central positioti  liut lie w^uld object to iis renmval till  the*finances were fully considi'ied.  The. iMnyrif wanted  n'full-coin,cil to  consider this   matter and was of opiit  ioti a  cliiui^c   Would  have to be made,  in the direct ton sujjj-psted.  On molion'of Aid. Nettle, secondtid  by Aid. Abrahitnison, it, wasresoUed  that tlie finance committee report on  the financial position of the council  and that the Works commit tee, report  on, cost of re-no-ing fire hall to lot bi.  ACCOUNTS.  On the accounts being read AM.  McLeod contended the council should  not pay the Water, Lii"bt, it Power Co.  for hydrant rent when there Was no  wtiter in the hydrants.     f  BASrSilLS. .  CORRESPONDENCE  Where Stan Is Our lti:r.;'j:r ?'  To Tin:  Editoii K:irr;:  'Mi::  ��������� Sir:���������The political .s'tii.-ilio'r. in H.t.-. is  causing much cnmin-.-iit in eastern p.-i������  p-T.sand not a litlh-1 idiciile i,������ iudii.-^ed  in  at, the  expense of   thi?    province.  A-j we ii-idt'i'-stand' the >iiu;i'  tion, when Mr. D.insiiiuic iva.-, ,-ippoint'  e 1 Premier, the s5iiii|i:n-ler- who did .so,  in r.ii-l ihe in tin i.le.i, w,i-io $,'iw lb.'  cotiulry a .staide g-ivt-i niiien!. and put-  on- | iMviniv in a 11 i,iui ii! p,i-itioil  calc-.il.tled lo fpi-Aiird om- i:it"iv-is 'at  iiouie and t'.-ta 1 ili-<! ccnlHeiire iihro'ad:  On'iiiui ui'.-'iili.-r. Mr. T.*", Inr, flip*  p-iiti-d thi- (J-iiV''i,.i'.nunL and we art'  sorry lo s-*e ili.tt in th-' li ki,- of Liial he  turns Ins l-aek upon il,  ' ,  Aseiii/.j-ns and eli't'toiM  We   hive   ,-t  Kghi. to know   why  Mr. Tiylor ;i;:i- ()  i his way.    U. (\ (-lectors are  tire!  nf  i heir members .making'p iliiical foot*  halls of their rid inn-.  I  would suggest   that   Mr,   Tiylor ;  hold  a  public ine.eling nt  ltewNloke  and let the people knew how lie stands..  Certainly no tim 'could h.i heit-r than  while tlie province it in  thii .state ot''  political uiuvst.  Yours truly,  Elv.croix.  Redistribution' Bill.  TRELGAR BROS.  Home   Grown,  TOTAL - ��������� S5.50 VEGETABLES  Tl.c very best on thn market to-day.  iiielialiiiKl  llement and Development���������-reoples and  Governments���������Rcsmnvcs.and Products  Wars and Conquests���������The'Doer War-  ,Thpilling Narrative, of U.ittl'Jb -by . '  Alio noted writer and famous  .Afi'iqan. traveller.  :  '    Suhsi-Wbr-ifS   to   the   KOOTENAY  ���������M ATL will be ..supplied with the p*i.pr;r  I'.il- out!  year, .nl.so  the above valuable  bUul(, ol) remitting ���������     .,     . .  ;.::  82-50.    '}  Ad'Ji'e.sH��������� ...'���������'... '���������  -The Kootc-iay"Miiil,  "..RKY'ELST.O^'' D'r  P.'C,  Address tiH'ordcra to  The Klootenay Mail,  Revelstoke. j '$$&!*  !   Sacjah Senlencsd io Two "'/ears.  i Hngal.i \vns M'nl.'iii-cil on Moi,day lo  two ye,-ii.-( in ihn pi'iii'i.'i.Uiny. In  , |)a>.sing .xi'iilciit'i! Mr. JtiMii-e Walkem  ] t-oililii'-iited on tlie seiioii-. naliuv of  ' l he olr'.-n-e, and .staled thai had it  not    been I'm- Ihe jui \ 's i-eeoiniiii-iidalioii li|  The elntvniiiib' rrsi.lcnlijtl njlJ Ktinlcn tr:id, j inel'i'V, lie  woiil'd   pmhably   liMVO   sen.  '     " "   '  telirt'd'thc pi-|s-onii|. (o n lei ni of  three  FARWELL estate,  rav-'ei'V Molhei" GSbulcl bo hi a Position to  Pi'olflptly Relievo the Minor Aihnont9  Of Her Littlo Ones.  The baby' who i.s always plump, always has a i,'(,o(i appetite, always has  a clear eye and a rus-y cheek, and is  always active, and pla\ful, is lhu  choicest treasure, ihis life aflords. The  medicine ,\liiuh keeps babies in such  a condition or restores them to it  when they are ill is n-priceless boon to  Immunity.  There, aie several medicines which  pindiK-f! sh-i-p, but their action on the  childissimil.il to lb it which whiskey  or opium has upon a l'jll j-rown man.  Tl.cv deaden Mini .sitipifv and   are   the  ** i    . ���������  nlost itijui iotis things which can l.e  ���������^iven to children. The only safe wa\  is to use. iialtiie'.s rciiK-dies, Naluie,  has pitnided n \i--;itable ctue for c.\-  eiy ill, mid her remedies for elii!'Jieii\ '  disoideM me scienMlit-iilly ccmpoiindei-  in ll.iby's  (J������n   Tablets'.    For 'diair-J  To Editor Kootenay Mail:  The'Big D.-nd cour.tiy has  pinetie-  ally reiiiained suifuniiL for'many yeat'.-i  it has been haiupued  by exlioihitiint  fi-ie^ht charj<es.    Mini fa have  lo   pay  fioin "isSU to tjlllO  to wet in  tbeir'Biip*t,-  plies hy piivk 'anlmala!   To  pack  out  iinilei   alieli  foiidilions is out of 'llii'.,  t|ue^tloll,    Its tnineral depiwita i-ei]'iii'i'  helter traiispoi-tation lo place them'oil  a belter ciiiiipetitjve .li.isi^.    Its  j^i-eat  timber are us aie n-'gh e;,ed and  cannot; ,  be u-e,l without ehvaper   coiiisnu'iiini"  tion   A steam1 o it under con>li-iicl;iMi  ii expei-tcd-lo revolutionize  the  prii'ii-r''  it've in th-ds now in  vogue,  atul fut������'  tu -e |ii-ospect.s'aie pregnant with great  puisihiliiie.s.   Us li'iindivtlr. of  million-*   .  of tiiniiei-s that c-iivo!?. llie river and  creek lintLciiKs and adorns its inoii'i'iiaui  slopes will Houn he ihe.  ������cene  of great,  activll\, as the dnniand for luiiilier on  the ivast prairies  is ever   incivasitig.  T.Ve.Fish River district inim-ral r-.-gioiis  ill'.- known to  lie  both  extciiaiv*- and  highly iiiinei-ali������ed.   The. Ludeaii (lis.  drict is well known and llie fact. I hat a  railway is now under cii'iistriiction jus-  lilies the prediction that its population  will soon  he increased   Iiv ilmni-and? .  Willi  belter traiisportatii-n   facilities  UevcLsLoke Riding slioiild have n, pop-  ulnlion of ten thousand.   Us iniiieiali  timber andagi icultural'areas  win runt  that pivdii-t-iun.   It covers a larjje ter* ,  ritor-y,  greatetin   fact.than   Nelson,  Itosshitid   and   Hlocan    (uilbout    the  Doiiiidary   tll.-l: icl) ' combined,    with  uior'e   than   even   chalices    with   the  whole liiiiii-li.   It i^  well  known  that,  without llie' advent of ihe   Kiilwny  into  the Silican - that c-ininti'.y  would  have reniained uriopi'iied.   Sune with  Uossland,   The Nelson  Trihune fiire-  cist of n ivdi-lributinii ''ill that would  thi ow Ihe lu'vel-itoke and Golden   rid'  ings into one is enough to  make  one's  hair stand on end, and yet John  Houston  has been  the' champion    of   the  llie Koolenay district.     Better leave   ,  Kevcl.-toki* i iiiinpf alone John  arid put  your  pi iming  hook  into some   other  rid ng'a rib������-.   J,dm Houston, when lid ���������  advocates   a    redistribution "lull,  dead ves lhe thanks of the  whole  Province, but he  will   have to lake   many  things into consideralion   wln-n   Ihe  bill I'uiiie.s bvfoie tlie limine lo give tho  whole coiititi'y.a f..ii- uie.-tMire.  J. M. IvKLLlI".  PREMIUM  l,,.-,,, coLsti���������..!.,,., clic, f������''"���������-!��������� Oilainsrl with tho Kootenay ' Mall  Cl'otip,  lll'ltnllotl   Wlll'll    tl'1'llllllj,',    Hull   j '  and Free Press.  i Ij'jlwccii 'I'lipiiiiif:'- and   Ij-jiis'si   will   b<i sub  ooii it-, fOssiblfi  THE eiTL  JI.  SPHOAti  I'. 0. l!o>: i-'o, Victoria, I!. C.  ! Henry's Nurseries     ;  ['Apiary and QreenliouseB  j   .        < 3000 V/estm;nst6l* Road.  JrrompL delivery"f prdelsj baggage) i ,\f lintirrtinls���������.of;i:n������������.. lalljos; Dniillas. rie.,  etc.', to any'''piifb'of the Oily  j'oiTr selcc-tioiis fot' fall or'sarlnK pJniitin  ���������Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  iiow in liloom; nil wilinui-R of Hrsf, iirfluK at (nlr  l.-'lat-o; flower show.    Nolv is t,ho lime to ihiiku  >ii'r se. ���������  ...��������� , ...  ! ' New iniportalliins of Hlilbn How in sio,;k for  j fall lilriiiiiiiK, l,(i'Xl������i'-nhinciiti(l trhes'iind sliriibs  i to chbo.--c fioni,    Toll acres of fruit trees find  plant!..   All'.sMcs.-ind pi'iiy.-.        .       , .  I     At)  extra ehoJoi- .stock, of Monntai.li  A?n,  Horse Chc-iCsnit *������iifl ���������otbor Hbade trc&s for lawn  All' orders  left  at, R.  M. S.nv.he's   or^^^^,y ^fortllh^-bc.  Tobacco Stoi;e, or by. Telephone, No. 7 : s'liiplicc.  CaUlopacsfrcp.      ^ .  ������������������  will *c<Joiyi)'pr.3irt|'t liltftUWn.    ; . ..������������������    I ���������'. \f������f$frJY2pi'. ^  d,  in four yenl'-i iinpl'lsoiinn'iit.    ���������  Kiibuli'i one of I hi' witnesses, ,-t  Ro  lieiiiian was called hi interpret., but his  knowledge ol' l'"nglish was too  limited'  to perliilt of.Miis.so: doing.    Afler. the  seiili'iici' was  pi'oiiounced  Kiibtila   iv~  niai ked, '-lie goe / to j nl Ixr nolhing.".  Justice Wiilkein advised  Kulnila   to  bold   his   tongue,   addintr   that if   lie"  (Kubul.i Uii'diMstood 1-lnglish heller  lie  would have been sentenced for perjury  Prisoners wife and cbijd were in court  When sentence Was .passed and the fin-  incr was very liuich alfecled, and tried  in broken  English,  to say son.ething  pt'i-snrii;ilil.y   in    extenuation   of    lu'i  ^U?ii;iU|V}V sV-e\|fk'd crilife,!-, fJv'^'tfelt  "e.stitiii and all dKordi-rs of cliildren so  fiiiniliar to inolhers, this reineily is  conceded by ihe medical profes-dim In  be without, nn equal. lis ellect is  geiiile, Mioihing, promplly cm.it ive  and iieM'r failing. It will na\n pain,  anxiety, doctor's bilb and |5eihaps a  life, All. mothers wlio hitU' used Ra-'  by's Own Tableti> for their little, :��������� uiicji  speak of them in lernis 'of warmest  'praise. Mrs, Ren Seward, Forfar Out  .s-_.ys.t- '���������! have used Baby's Own T,ib'  lets and can highly recotniiiend I hem  to nil inothers. My baby was culling  his leelli, and wiis very cross when J  first, gave them tu him. They acted  like magic, he cut his teeth almost  without ino knowing it, and ga\e him  such ease that they proved a blessing  boil) to the child arid nrystdf. He  fr^iK'tj.be'eu Wa ^iiVcj'J {five them" tu  W'e -.it know l-'d_r" f'nmi ihe propiie-  l.oi-.s of (he |-*re,- I'i c.-s, nne ,.| i |i.> < onr-  liined liaioiin-li i.i and t liei-ioiioii-tr.i'.s  which i.s being i.(l".-ud lis a pceiiiiuui  In siibsfiibers to the' ICootenn'y'.'.Mail ';'  and.weekly Free ;P|-ess for- th*-: i-nsn- ���������'���������  ing year. .Thcdnsl.t-itii'ii'iit is splendidly inade and is one cf the most useful  articles any one living,in' lids vaiiablo  climate can possess.: It is by far Ihe.  best preiiiiinn olrV.re'il by any papei-  this year. We sli.-il! be glad to receive  subscriptions under I he clubbiog proposal advertised in another c-oi'mun ,  by which subscribers receive the Kopt-  eiKiv. Mail and Weekly'Free Press for  a year, and also this excellent baron].  vtyrimU th.-'i'ttimneU'r, all for ,f2.5'0,  mmmMmimmmmMMmmmiSGBlBm THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  aoies purses  and  ents?  J. (.'. Hiilcbiiisi^i-i invites orders for  Call coal at S7.."j|i a ton, a consignment of which U expected daily.  The poll taken on the by-law yostei-  day to bni-iow .$I0UU for the construction of sidewalks-, nnd street improvements resulted ill th.J defeat of the bylaw, the vote being '21 for ;tnd b'U  against.  n  A l*UfeE CRAPS   C/1CAM   Or  TJLP.TiH   l*C\VDE ������  ocKei  A   beautiful selection   of above  In Honor of the late Clar.le  ', PVa/hcQ.  WANTED  Advertisements under this heading  will he published at one cent per word  per issue.  just opened.    All the very \  /'-?} \    The ordei-of service for the Clark N  latest 'styles  and ^ ^Av?/'')\;llI'iy-iM,;y'",i;diill,jl,|,in J1"; ������M-  Highest Honors, World's Fai:  Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair  A^oitl  UaUiugf rowdcru   containing  Aliiuit   Tho:' :iro ii-j-trlous f.) hpfi'i'i  range of prices at ihe  iADJ  ��������� & BOOK CC  Revels toko B. 0.  J  fellow's- II,ill, 'on Tuesday Nov.   ,Jid,  , 11)01, at '.i. p. m.-is'.-is follows, tin* (ifl'ci-  , ing being in aid of the Orphan'.s Iloine:  Orange Inn ial service, conducted   by  Wo.shipful M ist.'i-Thomas .Stead.  ;     Wiu-.sliipi'ol Ma.sler'.s address-.  j     I'uri.il H.-rvii-c, Chaplain \V. C.   C.d-  . del'.  Ilyuiii  "A  Few,Mote V.-ais   .Sliall  j   iiuil."  '.     Pinyi'i. lJi'V.".Mr. Ladm r.  i     liyiiiu, "l-ioi-k (���������!" Ages." ,  i     Aiitlii;in,���������'���������Vital Spark   of  Heavenly  ; Flame." c,  j     Ily inn, "My Faith Looks up to Thee"  !     iJeiiediclion.  Wanted -JJy young l'"nglish lady,  jiosilion an go,v( rness. ���������li. M., II.,  Y. W. C'A , Vancouver.  Ft'ltN'lsiiKU   Rooms   to let.   Apply to  11. LOL'GHIiKU.  Wanted���������For a H.vansea firm, com-  ' plex ores containing, lead, silver and  i zinc. Apply to K. A. llaggen, Rev-  I     e'.stoke.  1 Wauled���������A  girl  for   household woik  Apply Kootenay Mail Ofiice.  Wanted-To pin chase, 0nn improved  ranch, convenient to Ihe city.  Wanted���������Furnished nanus, apply lo  "X." Koolenav Mail ollice.   ,  ���������See Cr I's.sinaii'a tweed biisiiicsh stiils  at,$13 to order.  (.'.unborne v.ill have  a   1 wire H'U'eek  mail service for lire preset,!.  ,  L. Schnid.-i-h,is just, received'a   li le  "new slock of bin ue.ss leathers.  'll-'avv Tweed pants to older, sl.iipes  or si ige $.'> oil nl, Cre.s.sni.-iii'f.  .1. 0. MoigiiP has a splendid display  of pot plant? in his \\ iudow at his barber shop.  Tr-elgai- IJi-os, invite through our  rolumlis'purchaser.s; I'm- tbi-irlMiicil a  Notch Hill.  Ji. II. Trueiniin will visit lievel.sloke  rind attend'i-iiiisoNALi.v at the gallery  here on Nov. 11 for two weeks.  The Telephone Co aie having new j  instruments placed on their system |  throughout the Lnrdcau. i  Great complaints are made as to, the  condition of the Comaplix road. The  Government should attend lo it.  W.'Porrilt has shown us a fine  view  Six bundled thousand neics of C. P.  11, land were sold last month.,  The C. P. li. Have, puichised from  W. Abiahainson a right of way across  tin Tituii. L ike City ]''xtensioii.  ' The. C. P. JI li.no awarded'' the  building of their warehouse 'at Trout  Like to N. JJ. Smith.  The C. P. Iv. are building new  steaiueis fur lire noil hern and coast  servicca.  Supl. l\ilnalrick went south on  Wednesday,   returning   with   General    are prosperi.rg favoi'abl.V  SOCIAL AM PERSONAL.  A. A   Clink, mi'ichant of Cainborne,  s|ienl Tlru.-Mlay in town.  1     D". J, llys'op, |,lie of Winnipeg, was  1 a visitor in the cily yoii rday. ->  i     Mr. .Inc. Kb kjinli ick of Feigusoo re-  turned fiom llie east Wednesday.  C, M.'Field r-eliirned on Si.nday from  an''Nti'iidi'.l ti ip to tin* Not lb wot.  L5. It. Campbell lia-; b.-en appointed  (listi-ici, agent fin-'the Impel ial Life Insurance Co.  The regiil.ii fortnightly dance.of tbe  Quadiille Cub look place last night  and ww* largely attended.  ,Tlie meeting r f the EpH orlh League  on Sunday night' was occupied with n  discussion of ihe life of St.  Paul.  The ninny friend*, of Mrs. 0. Temple  will, be glad to learn that her health  is henefil t ing by her stay nt Yh tor in.  The Dnkennd Duchess of Cornwall,  before leaving Canada, present-d, Sir  Wilfred Lauiier with a handsome gold  snuffbox.  Ariargeiimnts fm the Thanks-giving  Sii|,per under the auspices of ihe IVid-  ies- Aid of the Preshvteri.iii  Clinrch  iSupt. Marpole and .Mr. Tai.t  " John Palmer, a C. ]'. It. , watcbuian  at Clanwilliam, is over eighty years of  age,' and is still able lo render good  service to the company.  The south train met with a mishap  on Tuesdav morning. Two cars went  ofl'the track near Wigwam., ^ Pass-en-  s-er,s had to be transferred. The accident was due to   spread  rails.  The  Inland   .Sentinel   exposes    the  of the decorations at   Glacier,   on  ihe   uiifeiir freight   rales  of   the  C. P. 1!.  occasion of the visit  of tbe Duke of  Graham Skene is getting tip a subscription to erect a monument, to the  memory of Trooper Nicholson, of Kil-  oivnri, who was with the Strathenna  IIot-Le in South Africa, and died ic-  cenlly at C-inip McKiuney. Mr..  Skene is writing to 'he members of  the corps soliciting their co-ope'ralion. i  A. F. Roseifber-ger, of llie XorlInvest -  Development Syndicate, arrived on I  Tuesday and spent Wednesday here.     I  As Mr. Goepel will shortly be return- j  ingdo resume his duties  as  Provincial' |  , "Experience without  reason"is like a ship without a rudder."  The oldest Retailer  in a City may be least  competent.  Not the Factory, nor  the Retailer,1 but' what  they have jointly to offer.  1 Five years of Makers'  price and direct responsibility to the Wearer,  behind���������  'The Slater Shoe"  0. B. HUMS & GO.  Sole Local Agents.  Goiifldential Talk,  - if1-1!   fh/  l \Villi,  r������vrmr?~amr? <wm*aag i. ii'Fi*. mi nnwn ������������������>i������?>s������a  HARDWA  T  PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND BRUSHES.  Miners Octagon Steel, only Jessop's best kept.    Picks   Shovels,   ]'arrows  Single and Double Bitted Axes, Cross Cut Saws.  - Builders' Supplies���������Nails,'Building Paper, Lx-Ls and Hinges.  HARDWARE ONLY, W. M. Lawrence, Revelstoke  Carpets, Linoleums, Floor   i  Cloths Blinds, Wall Paper,&c  Sec-oral   'Hand    I'uinituie  Bought and Sulci... Warehouse for .Storage of Furliiture at monthly rates.  /g,nt for Pianos, Organs, ar.d Swing iViachin s,   ,  ���������IB: JELO-WSON.  MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING  is not in our line but vye have now iii stock the linc&l line of  Serges and Worsteds over shown.  'Vou tdiould always keep  ���������    a good black suit by yon, tee us before ordering.        '  '  ojo  |e"  o t|t  e|"q!c.  R  B  N  U  S|T  N|0 S  H  J  ^__JJ__E|_Q:C:  )abov<  .once  AVc will give the above reward to any person who \\ ill correctly arrange Ihe 0  love letters lo .<-pell the naniw-of three Canadian cities.' Ut-oeuVh letter but  >u.ice.   Try it.  We will positively give the monev nwav, and vou may be the  - f fortunate -icrson.   Should there bciuore than 1 ?et oi" correct, answer?, the  ' money will be divided equally. For instance should 5 pcr-ious sendiu correct  answers, each will receive $-i0 ; should 10 person's send in correct answers,  each will receive $20 ; twenty persons $10 each.   AVc do this lb introduce,  our firm and Roodtr-we handle us quickly as possible,   SliXD NO "tfONKYA  WITH V0UK AXS\Vl-;i:.   This io a FiiEB coirtprt.   A post card will do. ?  'X\w>c who Imvc not received ttuytliiiig from other eoiite.-is, trv thib one. rp  ������^^^^E m PI RE' SUPPLY CO.. ORIUHA, CANADA.^^-^^tJvS  VX������3ttK&K3mM  n  *s?  M  when it stales that it  costs  !?4 1   less  Cornwall,  as laken  by Jlr., Pol ritt's I p,,,. l(Jll t() v.hjo ^,)Utjs t0 yyJney N'. W. ! Audiloi-,  it  gives us  plt-asme  to  s-av  Inother. j Wide-, than to  Kntnluups. ,     " j tliat'while lie lias^bccn acting as, Oold  ' Cory Menliitiiiick, as agen. for II. S. ;     Gn���������u H^l^C. P. 1\. "Master   Mec- j Counnksioiier and -Goverrinient a^ent  Wallace, the new owner of Caniliorne, I.linni^, .lnived fruiu the .S.nitli on Tues     hrVV 1r* l!!1's eonduelrd  the'duties in  is Imikliiii-a pood load to eoimect. lb''I diiy, liavin^ \Uited ihe   Lardeau   i'uid  towiihite with the new road to Thoun.-   Sltjcan,   in   'company    with   ' General i  son's Lauding. .- Supt. Marpole and Manager Sweeney  ' trario.-iet at   the   Govi-nniK'nt, oiTu-es.  If  you 'want' health,  c-omfml, and 'of the Bank of Montreal.' _��������� " ,| 1I,J ^ "���������*��������������� X���������"  W������* 'tuention  to  F. J. r-eune, of the   Kalnloops   rfen* ' "'"l'"'^"'^"^ ^"���������"���������������> ������������������ ">** ���������*  such a way as  to earn  the esteem of  almost all who have  had  business to  durability, buy the Marshall Sanitary  Mat trass.     Beats,  any   mattrass ever i tiuel, is one of the most   popular   men  i where these have been represented to  i , .       ,  I him.  NE  Arc you risking the loss of  health and life to save a few  dollars that should be spent  in buying the necessary dru������s  to build up your health and  strength ? Which is the  more precious���������your health  or your money���������which ?   '  \Vhen you have made,the  right'decision, come here for  pure drugs and medicines,  George P. Curtis,  LIMITED.  Wholesale Hardware, Ship-Chandlery and - \  ���������    ,       Mining'.Supplies'. '   "  Hardware,Department, 0-10^12 Cordova.Stract -      \ '    ,_,. ....  .    ' Ship Chandlery Department, 8-10 Water Strea  "Tho Druggist,"  Successor io The JfcJ). A. II*. Co.  REVELSTOKE STATION! B. C.  made.     To  lie seen.at  It. Howson & ; t.o day ainoii!" tbe.   railway   employees,  Cii.V, sole a������enls for the disliit-t.     "    ! hugely osviu^   to   the   linn   stand   he  The Enterprise Llrewery   Company i took on behalf of   llie  sinking   track-  have consttucted an excellent road be- ; men. '  hind J. Maly's  ranch   in  older to j;et !     On Tuesdav an Jt-ilian fell OlV n flat ���������  out logs for their woodyaid dining the   car east of lUnelstoke and   broke   the       W. Portitt has now ^'ot his'stuaio in  winter. small Trngt-'r of one   band,    lie   ciiine , shajje for portraiture, and contemphit-  lt now turns n.U tha', llie ������30 given . to ihe city to have Iris injury attended    ing other improve'im nts.  to I be Countess of Minto by the Duke ��������� 'uy Dr, Cioss. ��������� ,     n^jd ,,.1C- Young have opened a nice  of Cornwall was for the Qnecii  Vic-!     Fair, progress   U  bein'.'   nnde   with   .irock of I,tdie'.s slippers and luivsalKk's,  'loria Cottage Hospital Fund and  not    the new piece nf line at Field to ;i\oid ' aNo new line-, iirnren'-i furnishings nnd  for,the Uevelsloke Hospital as al  tit'st   llie Ottei tail hill, but   it   w������l!   '.ot   'dp.   ladies' silk waist.-*,  r .ported. ' ���������    ready for triitiie till s'prins as itli.-5   dif        The first carload of lii'iiii^r from   the  A  new  Inwnsito,   failed    Leadville, ��������� ^'"'t to gpt t-'tiouj-h labor, ^        ^      new iriill behni^dng t������i llie Revelstoke j ^���������y'r'^i.        DCTD       TAM  been  located at Fish  Creek, ten'     .Sawyer Bros. 1m\c been rus.iii:^ tiie   Lumber C>. w.is  received, in  the city ;������tpi.OU       I    tll\ I  L/INo  First Coiislginiii'iii expected,  daily  lias  , miles above Cauibm tie A. A. Clark, , cabin doors and w inflows j���������r ihe  Ihe Camborne meichant, is interested ��������� steamer Ite^cL-tol-c. This is. the coo-  in the pV(\ject. It is proposed to build '. eluding porliuii ��������� of the wood woik- <>f  ii hotel tbt'i^at an early date. '       , tbe ateanier.    As soon  us   the 'bc,ilc-������������  ai'riie ar.d can be, cot into position  th1" .stpunier will be le-uiv for I.suncii  inland will then be available f-������r the  Dig IJend tratiic as- soon -is. ,-she i.-, iii-ui  ned and;!lie ri\eris f���������\orable for n,i\i���������  U'.Uion, ' ,  1 On Situi-d.-iy l.ust John Pali'ner, of  C itiwilli.un, brought lo the'city s.im-  ]>>s of put .il IK*-- jirou n'by him this  B-j ison. They \w i-f emu inoti-, v\ eigh--  i i-j,from a pound and three ipiaiti is to  ������'������'. pounds. This kind i? known a?  the Fiirmer'- Glory.  On Sunday i i.udil a (ire broke out at '  Liudei's bakeiy on Fiout S\. T!i>-  lirit/.id-' under t'iib-f M.-Hie wen-  pri uiptlv on tiie sput and spppii'ssfd  Ihe lite bef.ue inuch d on i^e w i-s'd.ui", ���������  the cheuiicil f-ngine li,-ing bioiij-lit into i ei]iii������itioti.  \Y. Nit-lrol. of (lie,-ly Creek, ha-, one  of tbe be.st i-aiu h"s in the di'si., itt. Although it is onlv font year- since he.  look up lli'-iand In-h.i-."."> iku-.-i (l>-nr- .  High Tribute toSupt. Kit pat rick.  .I.L'.il.i.  se.-iion I'orenran at  Dor'-  accidentally shot him-elf in   the   abrlo-    coildm t th?' '��������� i-im  men hist Sunday, wliile fixinir hi-. j?un  lb- i-. at pn-fiil. in tiie h-'spit,d '.ind i-  on .Monday f'u- A.   Mctl u-'a  new  resi- j  fler-.ce.  H. Cook, fornieily of th--' iJomiuimi  Kxpiess C'e. iii thi- city, ,b,is ���������jlai'led a  i-riv express d<-iiv"i v. and liis adver-  lisciiient'.iMie.irs in oar culiimns. Or-  dcr-.s left at \\'m. Liw r ciiiv'a will re-  ���������.���������(���������!*e .ilti-ntion.  At llie meeli.-iif of tin- ci-'-dil or������ nf  the eslate of J. V. I'.-r ks held o'n Hut-  in-day, I h" -i������iitfi.,v, iii, H'bii.ild ..-,iid  the I'.'b'lilies \\i \i- i niiKliir ,-s| in,.',] al  ������:i.s.iKi an.I '.be ,h.f!- at S,2,.V),i, of which -  liook i|,-l.|s ariK-linti i! !n S I. |i,tl. II, .I.  IJntiri),- .ii,'I ���������!. ,l o ksi.n ot ilie Ji'-ul  ������ioke Win-- and Spin', I".,, vvt i - a))-  poinli d iiisp,-; toi1-.    W. M,   I" ,i-,v--r   cf  t he   ( iiltinil j.l     I I else   il I"    (,ik-IS    'l,|  the Viciiui.i llot.-i .n;.-l -imk  . nd   v,'Il '  Vancouver Engineering WorSss, "  Iron Founders,  Boiler   Makers  and   Machinists,  ,Su;cessor3 to ARMSTRONG St,MORRISON.  We lmvc, lire mot complete 31ACUIXE SHOP inul FOUNDRY ciiin'micul west of Toronto  for Uk; iniuiufiictui-o of  "Hydraulic Giants. Riveted Steel Pipe, Grizzlies, Riffles, Ore Cars,  Ore uckels, Steel Wheelbarrows, Stationary, Marine and Logging  Engines, Steam Pumps,  Marine Repairs, Sheet Iron and Steel  Work,  '   AVa Imve in .stuck fur immediate delivery IIOILKKS. KNUIS'Ks', 1'L'MP.S, Oltl-: OAHS.  WJIKHbl'AllKOW S mid MIN'JNU (iml S.WVMlLI. At Af'HINKKV of every fle.scrilition : alno,  ���������*0IUfll*Ti;i������"S, WHOUCIUT IIIOX I'lPK iiiidi'TrnNOSiindKNUlNKKKS'DKAtfStlOODS  arulBUPlMJKS. , , ,        ���������  tWei-poiuleiiec solicited and carefully iiUcuduil to.  OFFIOS AND WORKS Foot of Heatley Avenue,  Vancouver, B. 0.  Place your(,tdecs al once in time  for the November storm.  ���������' Hutchison,  FIRST STUFFT,   '  a ���������  (���������J.    A sample ofotls lioin thi- i.iiul.,    dmni- well.    In this c.is(-il. is -.'tatify-  Astounding   Discovery  !','(.,'Illlv     e.\|iillit('(l  li  Hli'll"  tilj_r to   note that  in   pnunpl,  re.-poij-e  .store, atlia.t-d niiich  attention   1'ioin    I" Dr. Froct.u s reipie-t  for a  sp-ci,d  i:= ...stiaoi-diuiirv Kroulh, ' train to convey him f llieicen^ of the  accident. Suiil. Kilpalrick  telegraphed  Kev.  J.is Turner -nil   cfii'ilnct    tin  sei-'.-ic-.s  at,  ihe   Methndist  church on i  "-���������Uiid.iy, iii'i'iiihinu- morning   and   cm.  Iium ������ II* 0    ��������� ub ( I Ipt loll ���������   -HI'l   ' "U- ' t-  i in- w ill b" Nk' ii up in .nd ( t ''h"   mi-  ? iniTinxi-   Mi- Tutii"!   \mi^ ihe In -i  llie  I orders IVoin ItevelrflnKe to ]il-ice the  tii -.-L locoinolivi- availalile at his .service  ���������'line h,!_. been ������������������uni'" i-mi'laint 'n im-  p.i-t nf d.'l.iy in pic. id in;, in.'ilt .il ���������'!���������  h'ml.ue e f"i- i-.-111������f-1 ti11j���������=-11 i111111<-��������� 1 il  out "f tbe ���������' ay  points alonj,*  the   line.  .Melhodist(.ler0'y.uHiistat.o.,.-d,.L lU-v, , ^ ^ pilI||I|ll .��������� li(1|| on lh, |K)1.L (lf  ebtokeaud isalhoroi.Kholdliii,cr. ^    i H|i|i|__ j-,,^,, ,.i(.k  Wtl. ���������ot only  greatly  F. L. Kinmaii, of'Tiout Like, ������-,i������ in | ,,pp,������������������.t-i,i(IM1 l,y Kiibo.id men hut N an  the cily on Moiidav.    Mr. Knim.-in li is    diciion I hat in th"  future  this  ciu-1,- ,  c miplel"d   his  conliact.  on   the    Fidi    f)f couipl.iint will be obviat.-d.���������.S'-nlin-  ,Civrk .w.i^on i ",wl to.connect- Thomn-  scm'.-i Lauding with C.'uiiboi niv  'Aski-d  us'   to    the    i-epoi Is. .���������(..���������oii.cei'iiiuy   the  I niidilioii    '  of        ibt-      I'd id.        .Mr.  U'iniiiaii .slated Ihal aiiolhrl'^J.IJ'JO for  corduroying ihe wn.-i. places'' would  i'r'oin t .���������op-'r������\ il.e, M.ii.., '.i i,  discovei y id ������������������' [,iea.s,i!i( t.i^t inrr li'.uiil  lh.it u hen iis,-d !,.-f,ii.������ i .-I is ,.���������!'; by ,niy  one troubled lltlll a b.'d '-nl.^h a!w,iys  eiisiiif.s a ^o.'.d   niulii'-   r-si.    '-Jt  vill  .-doll CIU-' ' il*   ' n'l.'O  l','i        '-'i'e.-    "ijl.-,  J*, llinuii' I'e,i ������������������'', ' i ,i 'lo.��������� . "c,'j.  ,'IToiis   "t   'Cli    falnilv   I...   .     l-'-d     U'.  Kinn - Ni-K Di-,ii.'>'i i'���������" for t oiifiiii.p-  tion, and never found iM mju.i! for  coughs .iiid eold-i.' It's an or,rivalled  life Kiiu-i '.viler. il-,.-,l f.n (!.--.;i.*i,.,' .���������  Iniii* di-e,Hf's. Cuai'anleed boitl'M ,','lc  and $1.On ,it Canada I'm/ and liook  Co.    Ti i'll but lies fi ee.  %       f������  !u      >v    ^*w^  '6      KJ/--s?r)/J^  Is-   \V\   "Y.������#p'\  No Home Complete Without It.  GUY BARBER,  r.ivl   p;'.   one that  v.'iil  ^- k"C|" tun :���������  ���������' i\---i-'.".v- v/'.iiW"'^^^;  g. Cressiiiait, Revelstoke, Bo G.  li.v n iniin who knows liow, carurul  elating by an (:\|iei'ionced cutter,  i-ai-el'iil nmkiiiK by .-killftil tailors- -  (Initio are tlie ruasuiin wliy our giir-  nieiilRalways lit well, look well,.and  went* well.  \\*e lmve somo ljurgniiiK in heavy-  welghl suit iiaUerns for Fall. Will  you look nt thorn j  Tweed Suits $15 ; Tweed pants $3.50;  Eeaver Overcoats $13,  Wn^lt Porritt,  PHOTOGRAPHER.  Developnu-nl of plate.s and lilms for  iiiii.iteiii.1 lindei laken, Term.?: on application. Dark mom (temporarily)  Canada Drug and Dunk Co,  I'lronc Al''1) I'. t������. t.o.% UJti,  Pacific Coast  Private Detective Agency,  VANCOUVER.  Collections- mukIi-,      l"ir������t elu-s rcfurcnccn,  OI-'KlCj; ltuuits:  ; tn lOi'lf n,in. 1 ���������"'���������to ! P'"1.  Hoyrj -.'. i'^rlsr I3!ock. Orp-flt'.' i- 0.  PATENTS  Trademarks  and Copyrights  ��������� obtained in all countries'.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Rec'istered Patent Attorney  Mecliarileal    Kiii'inoer    nnd    Dnuif'litMij'Jii,  Ilnnk of J!. N. A. HiilldiiigK, JtiiKtinus Street,  VANCOUVER,   B   C,  A imstr-u'd will scuiiro tin cvciiliiKiiinmint-  merit, for there who eiuinol call fitiriiib' the day.  For Sale.  ijw  CARPENTERS WANTED.  /.'  U'linlufl iniiiii:(|iiit.c!,v( e'lU'iieliters |,i.i work on  Notice to Sub'scrib'ei-s.  tin: llo'tiltfil li'illdliiK, arMily .to  The proprk:t/".r of the K.noTK.v'V  *i!AU, i'fl-  SliicalHsiilwerllior.s to mlviMR hlraot nny Ir.-.-fd-  adl)'fnUivAvJ?vvrj*9ntr-l^pjpw������,        "',  Revelstoke. B. 0.  Leading Brands ������=^  ".." ENTERPRISE '*  "SELKiRK/'  Chas. J. Aman, ' L Y.Siswarl,  .'���������pwnfs'Tpn?,  A.iil-toii silver-lctul mucllci',in good lut-ality  for opurntion.  l'Vr price iiri.l particular.** n|iply to  ,* '  r^ a. haogsn,  Jliniiijj KnglncDr.  r.cvclstokc, E. C.  1 anANDB/~=aisinxs&>  ' '-Our Special" ,& "ThLc Union."  sear i  JVIINING CONTRACTOR, .'.  CAMBORNE,     ���������     ���������     B.C.  -All kinds..of- mining con- ,  liacts taken 'and,work exc*  .: cuted in a 'workmanlike ,  mariner. ���������������������������������������������������������������..  H. A. BROWN PROP.    ,  >-

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