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 Ne"SouvenirPos'  Cards  (Town Views) at  Bews' Drug Store  Vol. 12.-No. 32  .*> '       '     ������- i  :?      MOV 141905      ^-r.  _j ��������� . ^  / ,* ���������',  REVELSTOKR R C.  NOVUM BEILII, !905  Your Fall Suit and Overcoat Are  Here Waiting Ifor^You  t '  i\  KNOX CHURCH  ��������� Opening Services/  Ordination.of Rev. J. R. Robert-  '  son: '    ,     ' '    .  Tire opening of tlie , fine new chinch  'erected by the leccntly organised Kno.\  congregation took place" Wednesday  evening, when tliere was a large congregation.  nn: l-.un.Di.N'c. , ,.  The church is'6ne of the ihcst and  most., handsomely 'designed in the  interior nf the province .nnd reflects,  high, credit on the managers .the,  architect, G.-.M. Claik, nnd builders.  Tlie foundation' is the full size ' of the  building and "is of cement blocks,  foiining a baridsonicjmbcment  which  If you are satisfied with poorly made and ill-fitting clothes you wont have  J much difficulty in" getting what yon want. But if,you insist on ���������good  clothes, properly tailored and correct in style, we have' them here for you  in tho 20th CENTURY brand garments���������unquestionably-tlie fioest ready-  to-wear clothes in Canada, and'vve arc sole'agents for ' them. Fall suits  '   ;' and ovcicoats in every style.  C. B. Hume & Go. Ltd.  DEPARTMENT STORE.  * I       ?���������' A  ma  IMPERIAL BANK-OF,CANADA.,  Capital Authorized, $4,000,000,   Capital Paul Up, $3 300,000.   Host, S3 300,000. ,  -      t        Head Office, Tokonto, Ontario. '  - TBranchos m tho Northwest Torritonoa, M.untob.i, Ontario and Qnoboo.  And   tho following points m   British  Columbia:    Ur.uibrook. Qolclou,'  Nol*son,-"Rovolatoko, Trout L.iko, Arrowlioad, V.iuconvor and Victoria.  T. R Mkrritt, President. D. U. Wn.ini:, Vico-Pro**idout and Gonoral Mnuagor.  '      - E. Hvr. A-*i*-tnut"Oouor.il Manugur.    W. MorrA-r, (Jhiof lnapoctor.       t  Revelstoke Branch, B. C.���������A General Banking Business Transacted  , Savings Department���������Deposits Uocoivod and Inlorost Allovvod.  Drafts sold available iu nil parts ot Canada, United Statos and Kuropo.  Special attention ijivou to collections.' A. E. Pmi'i's, Mauagor.  THE A. E. GEORGE COMPANY  can he utilised for many purposes ,'m  advancing the inteicstsof the congregation. This part of the work wns  carried out by 1". C." l*romey, and the  superstructuie was.built by day laboi  under cliiuge of'Mr. Clark. ( ,  The size of the'building is G0\30 ft.,'  and  the ,site  is. ah ' excellent 'ono.'at  coiner of   Second   Street .'and Boyle  Avenue., The building'is  subdivided,  into the cli'uich iiuditoiium, *iSx-30  ft."  an'd schoolroom 18x30  ft.   ' Balanced  sliding doors between the two allow, of  the wholc'of  the. ground   floor, being  thrown intoi one   Inrge   loom.     The  seating accommodation   is  excellent,  the pews  being  tlie workmanship Of  the.sash and dooi factory of Ileilly'and  Co. at Kault:\ The*"aislcs   ruii'.at an  angle to the northwest corner, where  aie placed   the- organ   platform,   the  choir'platform, and in  fioht  the pulpit.   Then.theie are the vestibule and  tower   room'.   10 ft. square,   and   the  vestry or minister's study 12 ft. square.  , The building isvplastered'inside and  will be painted   externally. _  A   large  gothic^ window\-is   fitted   into   each  gable.     The church is lighted with  a  handsome 2'1-light chandalier  and 24.  bracket lamps forming the best lighted  building in tlie.oity'. *   ���������'       \  i. Voluntary   contributions have  figured largely  in   the establishment of  the new chinch, the Gurney Foundry  Co. having given the furnace, Messr*/:*  J. Smart & Co.v the legisters, W. King  the pulpit, Messis. Munder)ohi.& Co.,  of .'Montreal,   electric .fixtures . The  cost of   tbe -' edifice    outside    these  gifts  was about  $1000.  'The church  is*a credit   to' the-city, and   to   the  Knox congiegation.  A magnificent organ has also been  secured and will add-greatly, to the  attiactions of the chinch, F. B. Lewis  having given a handsome contribution  towaul the instrument. ,  c nn: si:iu-h;i:s  on Wednesday night were conducted  under charge of Kev. C W. Whjtp.  moder.itor of Pies-hytciy.  every man, whether in' the eliurch or  out of it, who was tiying to champion  I he cause of light. ,  Hev.   "ill.   Simpson   offered prayer  and the h>inn "1   love   Ihy  Kingdom  hoid"   having   heen   sung, Rev. Mr.  Wliylosaid   it ,was   not.iiecess.iiyf.il*  him to go   into   the  un foil lipase cii-  cunistanccs by which a petition .signed'  by 3S members and several-'adheients  was pieschted to Presbytery asking for  a new congregation.   t Presbytery  decided to grunt its prayer and   ho, was  instructed  to   proceed   to   Revelstoke  and oignnise this congiegation.  They  appointed' manager's   and   orgaiiised  under   the   name   of .Knox Church.  After hem ing several   c.mdid.itei  the  congregation decided.to present a call  to Kev. J. li. Robertson, who accepted..  He took this oppqrtunity,of saying to  the people of Knox Church Ire wished  to congratulate them .personally, < and  on   behalf 'of' the" brethern   of  the  Piesbytery, on the possession  of  this  handsome building for church services,  and on having .secured Mr. Robertson  as'theii- minister.  -   '  ,'. .The 'psalm '"I 'to the hills will lift  nunc  eyes,'!, having   heen sung,  the  Moderator called on Rev.  Mr.  Campbell to'* address the  Minister.       M~  C.impbell welcomed'Mr. 'Robertson to  "the   Piesbytery   of   Kamloops.,    He  might say'that of all the "associations  hciiad had there  was  no  association  with his'fello'wiiien that was so genial  as that  with  the Presbytery'of Kamloops.     He urged   Mr. llob'eitson to  magnify his office,  preach   the. word,  and he a loyal servant'to God  and bis  fellowman. , '    '    ' ,  , Rev. Mr. 'Duncan_addressed the congregation, reminding them they had  now placed over them a man of ability  and experience, but'something depended 'on tlie ' congregation. ' He  urged them to be regular, in their  attendance at church, to be patient  and sympathetic with their ministor  and cordial,, in their 'relations with  other churches. ~    '    ,.  The^'service then closed and the'  visiting ministers and congregation  were handsomely entertained at ,t  ., '   .       '    ..   A SOCIAL      '  '   *  at which refreshments "were served by  .the Ladies Aid aiid a., very enjoyable  evening spent. ' The ladies were.cer-  tsiinly, to be .congiatulated on the  excellent provision" made, those taking  part 'being : Mesdames Urquhart.  Corning, "Claik, ' JMcKinnou, - Rae,  Woodley, T. Lewis, P. Lewis, Lnwsou,  Doyle, and Misses Lennox, Graut and  Ilislop.  Mr.    Gilleland     sang     splendidly  "Calvary" and was heartily encored.  last month closed a six years- ministry  in (.liard Forks and leaving ii unilcil  and hopeful congiegation. Jl( has  the distinction of being the longest  settli'd minister in one ohaigc in clie  history of ICotlenay '"resl.yteiy.  I*ev. Mr. Rober-t-jon vv.is .mairidl in  May, 11)01, in Victoiin. Mrs,. Rol ort-  son wns li. r n iu ISritish Cnlun.bin,  and if* a member of one of' the oldest.  f.imilK.s in the Province. Mr and  Mis. Kobeitson have one little  I'aughlei six months old. \Yu wish  Mr and Mrs*. Uobcrlson .ill success in  their now' field of church woikin'  HovcKtoko. i .  i.'Aiti:wi-;i,i.i:i) at_c:iia.vi> voi'iks  , The lun say-;,: ''A farewell aiiciiil  on Friday was tendeied by the people  ol Giand'Forks to Rev. and Mr*. ,i. It.  Robertson in Knox church .md was  very largely attended, the (-lunch being crowded., A puraC-of about $15  was pie'ecnted. to Rev. Robcrtsim, J.'  W. Collins making the presentation  speech, in which he expressed the high  esteem in which the retiring pastor  was held'by the congregation and the  citizens geneially.,,  -   Mr. Robertson,'in replying, heartily  thnnkcd_ Mr,   Collins   for. the   kind  woids, and 'the congregation   for thei  liberar-gift.^     Appropnatc    speeches  were also made, by  Rev." E.  Manuel,  Rev. Henry Steele and M. Burrell."-'  The Stin rcninrlcs :'   "Mr. and Mrs.  Robertson   will   carry   with them to  Revelstoke the best wishes  for pios-  penty of the people ,of, Grand  Forks.  .While in this city Mr. .Robertson  has  faithfully ministere_dr co  the needs of  his congregation,   besides   taking   an  active part iii* everything  tending  to  advance the public  and  social  life of  the community. Knox church, Revelstoke,   is  to ' be'-congratnlated on acquiring an active and earnest pastor."  w  .*?  1'  '.3  for Gasli.  i  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   CASH.  THE A. E. GEORGE COMPANY.  ���������SKi*-}?*;-  T.-r*  ���������.'*<  .v.  y.jm;c.a.  -   ���������  J. A. Kefriaghari Gets the Con-  .       tract. ;-  The building committee, of  the Y.  M. C.-A.' met'Thursday'night  when  the following tendeis were received for  i -   * ,  the constinotion of the building:  ^J.'A.iKcrnaghan $0,500, (.Accepted),  ,\V. A.   Foote   .t!G,G75,   D. -McCartliy  $0,740, Nettle and  Kettleson  !f8,125,  Fromey'and Rpbortson !fS,281, G. ~M.'  Clark.159,250. "'      "-     ,  Mr. Kernaghah started work on his  contract yesterday  morning and  the  building will be pushed and got ready  for use assoon as possible.  REV. C. W. W1IYTB.  Moderator of Presbytery, Rev. C.  W. Why to, assisted by Revs. D. Camp-  hell, Armstiong, .1. G. Duncan, Salmon Arm, .1. H. Miller, Field, and .1.  Simpson, Arrowhead. .Mrs. G. M.  Clark presided at the organ. Afler  the singing of tho hymn :  "Lord God of Hosts how lovely  The place where thou dost dwell,"  Rev. Mr. Miller read a portion of  scripture, Rev. Mr. Simpson followed  with prayer, and the singing  of the hymn "O God of Bethel by  whose hand" Rev. Mr. Miller took as  his text E/ra 111, 1. "The people  gathered themselves together as one  man,"' and from his text preached a  pennon on Unity. He pointed out the  success or failure of any undertaking  depended to n large extent on the  unity of those taking part in it. This  was especially true in regard to church  work. They had chosen a new leader  and were setting out on a great undertaking. They must go forward as one  man with one aim and object to build  up the Kingdom of Heaven in their  own-hearts and in the hearts of those  about them. Let them be at peace  with the people of their own church  and with every other church and with  IAD   ACCIDENT.  Hi'" V.J. K. I'OI-EUTSO^',  Old.unci MiiiiMui (il Knox Church, Itovulsli.ko  F. Julian run over by Train and  Loses a Leg.  Un I'Vid.ty a Ii.id accident happened  to V J ii I i.i n, nf C.ieely Cieck He  iad c mi ' ml,., lo vn on a freight Ir.iin  in cluine nl' Conductor Ci unip, nnd  h.id lumped oil' llie train while in  motii.il nl, llie .-.1'iniiplioic. *ln doing  so ho slipped and Tell under the cars  with on.* leu ovoi the rail. This  wis ciushed tin*":i jelly below the knee,  lie vv.is iiiUcii h" ihe hospital vvheie  the limb wis amputated. " Jlc u.is  also iiijiiieil about, the head.. Much  hyinp.-il by is felt lor hini and the  family dependent on him. His condition is improving.  Kev ,1. li. liobcrtson, wns horn in  Ontario, and came with his put mils to  Manitoba in the spring of 1SS0. lie  was brought up on tbe farm, in the  Meadow Lea district, about HO miles  west of Winnipeg, lie took his full  arts course in Manitoba University  graduating in 1S07. One theological  term he took in Knox College, Tinon-  to, and graduated in theology from  Manitoba College, Winnipeg, in the  autumn of 18!J'.), taking liist honors  and scholarship iu a tie with two  others. During his student year he  engaged iirmiHRioiiary'work in seveinl  fields in the I'lesbytery of Winnipeg,  Melitu and Victoria. At the close of  his college career, at the request of the  late Dr. Robertson, he came to Kootenay Piesbytery, and was appointed lo  tlie new mission held of Grand 1'orkh  in October, 18!)!). Hcfoio he was a  month there the congregation of  Elgin, in Manitoba, sent a unanimous  call but under tbe circumstances he  had to decline the call. Tho mission  field of Grand Forks became an  augmented congregation in a few  months, and culled him to become  their pastor. He accepted and was  soon .settled. The following .summer  they bought real estate and built a  commodious little church. In 1902,  in addition to having a self-sustaining  congregation, they built a large commodious manse.    Rev. Mr. Robertson  A PROMISING  YOUTH.  How  he   Bluffed   his   Fellow  Sport.  A youthful .spoil not 100 mile.sfiom  Revelstoke went out shooting the  other day with n chum who has the  reputation of being a pretty knowing  fellow. Near a ranch a jack rabbit  stinted up. The boy sport glint a I it  and his dog killed it. On going up to  it tho chum expressed himself much  shocked, and informed the sport he  had killed one of tho rancher's pet  rabbits and he had better plant it, or  he would get into trouble. The boy  sport proposed to throw it in the  creek, but the chum suggested the  better way would bo to bury it and the  former proceeded to dig a deep hole  when the chum suggested a shallow  one would he better and that the  rabbit's head be loft out so the rancher  would think it was coining out of the  hole. The suggestion was adopted  and the pair left the scene in hot  haste. Aftor they separated the chum  returned and got the jack rabbit and  the youthful sport wns rather disgusted  when ho found the trick played on  him. The joker bids fair to develop  into a successful local politician.  Chamois Vests :  and Chest Protectors    .  ��������� at Bews1 Drug Store.  82.00 Per Tear  A Carload of Choice  ','j ~^Y^C\C^CXYy\ HOI 'Just  to   hand,   including   new  Salt  'VXX  UOCJX JLtyio    Herring, Mackerel, Cod arid Salmon,  Chilliwacklloney.'and lots of delicaces -  , Two,. Cars ���������, Ashcroft oand Okanagan Potatoes,  ���������" -    -r    Vegetables, Fruitv ;       , -  One Car Ogilvie Flour, and all kinds; of season-,-  '   ���������  ,     able goods arriving daily.'.    '  Have our driver call or send in your'order.     We do not tell fairy tales '  ahoiit'solling goods in small Iota at wholesale figures, but we guarantee \  < a   satisfaction and prices'right. ... , "  BOXJRNE ���������JB-feos.-;  II-"AOQUARTERS I"Oli GROCERIES- HARDWARE, STOVES, etc  o. '  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incoriioraiec] by Act of Parliament, ISjo.  HEAD OFFICE, ,- - MONTREAL.  Wit. Molson "vIaci-iikhso.v, Pics. S.'ir. Eiving, Vicc-Pres.  ' .Iami*:s Elliot, General Manager."  Capita/ paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  Everything in   wav of banking  business transacted without un-  nfccswiry del.iy. i  Juiciest, credited twice n year, it, current, rates  on  Savings Bank  deposits.  W. fi. PRATT, Manager,   *  Revelstoke, B." C.  Merchant  Tailors.  Iivcryihincr a ffciuleman wants in Llie line of tailoring.  Our stock is new and up-to-date.  Pressing' and cleaning promptly attended to.  First Street, Opposite Union Hotel, Revelstoke.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABRAHAMSON    BROS.,    PROPRIETORS.  Newly liuill.      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 plea-iiiie to come and inspect our new Stoves and Ranges. A whole  car lor.d to pick from. We buy them hy the carload and give you the  benefit in pi ice. We carry always* a complete stock of all kinds of Hardware, Shelf I [aidvvare, Granite Ware, Tin Ware, Enamel Ware, Cutlery,  Lamps, Electric Supplies, Paints* and Oils, Kalsomino, Brushes, Broome,  Guns, Killcs, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, STOVES AND RANGES.  Furnish vour Kitchen with Our Goods and save money.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO. Lm  'Phono 35.      V. O. Box 181.      Mail Orders received prompt nnd careful attention..  Plumbing ifcTitismithing. Estimates given. Repair work of all kinds done.  Saw Mill, Logging Camp, and Lumbermen's Supplies.     Carpenters Tools <i>  ���������a  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ube IRootenas flfoafl  ,   ' 1JUBUSHKD   SATURDAY.  r,       ���������AT���������  1   REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.  Incluiing po������I������i;e lo  KiirIiiihI, United Slulcs  and Caiuulii.  By tbeyear ItliroiiKlv l,o->toilk-c-]    SJ2.0II  Half,      " " ,-���������  ;....    l.a-  1 Quarter "        "   , " ;    '....    -ii;  Including' Christinas Mail Mo. pvIi-h.  , '    ADVERTISING   RATES.  Measurement*; Nonpai-iel (12 lines iniike one  inch). Preferred iioiilion**, ii.1 per cent,  nddilion-il. llirlli*., Miirriiiges and Heal lis,  jf'c. each iii-urnon. All iidvei-lisoinenl*.  -ubjeci lo llie approval of the iiiiui.iKCmcnl.  Wanted and Condensed Advertisements:���������  Agcnu Wauled. Help Wanted, Siluulioiis  wanted. Situation-* Vacant. Teacher*.  Wanted. M'eeli.inic*, Wanted, 10 words or  less 2,")C.. each additional word two cents.  " Change*, in ntandiii!,' advertisement--, must  be in by H a. in. '1 liur-day of each week lo  BBSsccure good di-play.   Standing adverlisiiiK  ''       matter uill be changed twice iiinonlli witli-  oul - extra    eliaiKi-       Kor  more  frequent  nlu-nitioiii the  tune occupied   in making  ���������jAine will be charged at usual rates..'  JOll PKJNTINO promptlyI'xcoiilcd at, reasonable rate-..       - , ,'     -        J  Sub-,ci'iplions payable in ad'  TER.M8--Ca-.il.  1 vance.  COUliESPOXUKXCK invited   on mutler* of  public iniere-t.   Communications to  Kdi-  lor   inii-L  be .accompanied   by   name   of  irily for pubficatioii, bill  writer, not nccus-niii-ll;  as evidence of good failh.  should be nriel.  Coru-spbiidcncc  We requo&t our numerous readers to  favor'us with their assistance in  making the KOOTENAY MAIL, tho  ,       most valuable advertising medium  ���������   '���������'in   tho  Kootenays  by   g-ivinfi-   tho  preference    when,  making   i purchases ' to   thoso   firms   who    are  reg-ular advertisers in  tho KOOT"  NAY MAIL. ��������� '   '*  DR.   M OUR I.SOX,  ,i JJ K NT I.ST  T  XKW  .VWIIHXCI''   IILOCIC,  McKenzie'A venue.'  ,E  DWARIJi A. 1IAGG10N,  .Mixixc  I'.VGINHEK,  (Mem. American  In-titule Mil) hk KiiKineors)  1 ' uadiail Mining       tiliitc.)  ?.',,'.    Kr.,.KLsfoici5, 11. U.   ���������     <  Kxaniination of and reports on Mineral Properties a Specially.  II  UGH    S.    UAYLKV,  Barrister* .-mil Solicitor.  BIG BEND  LUMBER CO.  1       , *���������      (  Will   Build Entirely New Mill.  'We are iufcrnicd that tiro I3ig Pond  l.urnber Company have deciiUd on  exlunsions 'of theia mill milking it  of much larger capacity' than the  pre.sent mill, and that a .start will be  made immediately with construction.  The Older lin-s been placed, with the  Arrow Walorou������- Engine Works for  the plant.  The new equipment will .include  two boilers, each 72 inches in diameter  and IS ft. long, working at' I2fi lbs.  pre.-5snrc7"tliiis giving Ihe mill a Imltory  of six hoiler.s of .this si/.e,'rnprible of  generating riOO* horse ' power. An  eight feet double cutting ' band mill  will be added, a three-block Water-pus  .steel carriage,' n log ..loader, nigger,  gunshot feed, linn.s-feis to.edgers and  slab slasher,' full sec 6f live 'rolls.  These additions'to the plant will just  double (hc.cipacity of the mill.' ,, .  'The 'enlarged mill will have a  capacity of 1*10,000 feet of lumber- a  day, and will thus ho one-of the'  biggest mills in the province. The  now mill will, he .operated by.jUirch  1st., This is the mill. the people of  Vancouver drove away fi-om.Deadniaii'.-:  Island and we wolconie it into the  interior, and congratulate Air. Lud-  gate on the success, he has-made of  the business.  KOOTENAY  .CENTRAL  OFFICIO--Corner  of First Sticet and  I'.JBoyle Avenue, Kevelstoke, li. O.  HARVEY-, McOARXH.lt.        .- ���������   r  _      ' - AND PINKHA-M,  "    ,    BARRISTERS,' SOLICITOUS, KTC. .      .  Offices : 'Morsox-s  JJank  1'lock,   Hkvkl-  ���������   , stoke, 11. C.  Money lo'loan."* .- .  '  Offices: Ilcvclstoko, D. C; Fori Steele, 11..C.  Geo. S. McCaktkk,  A.. 31. Pixkiiam,  Kevelstoke, li. C.  J. A. Hakviiv,  Fort Steele, ]!. C.  <������J. M/Scott, LUll, . W. 1.1'riKKs-.  SCOTT ������AND   BRIGG  ' '   Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  ���������" i ,     ���������   *      i '       ��������� ,  "Money ;ro Lo.vr ",   '  Solicitors yoi? jMolsoxs Baxic  -^   .- *���������  First Street. Revelstoke.'B.C.  SATURDAY,- NO VEA113ER 11 ,-,1905,  _~The Boundary   Times   remarks*'  "Conservatives  outside  of Quebec  are never tired of 'denouncing  Sir  Wilfred Laurier 'as  a  Frenchman  and a Catholic.    -Conservatives in  Montreal have started a newspaper  called L'Opinion, which denounces  Sir   Wilfred   because    he   is   not  'French     enough     and     Catholic  enough.      It   is   the  double game  which  makes  Conservatives   weak  in Quebec and  weak in   the other  provinces."  REMEDYING AN ERROR." <  Hon. A. B. Ayles.worth, in his  North York campaign, announces  as'part of his policy the abolition  of the pension legislation passed  last session, and it is understood  this will be part of the government  programme'.next session. We are  glad .to see this course being  adopted. .What have the Tuppers  and other  ex-ministers  done to be  P.  R.' Intends  it as  Fast  Route Between Main Line  ? ,   and Spokane.  Some niystci-y  has surrounded the  construction of the ICooteiiay  Central  Railway   between   Golden  and  Cr-in-  brook,' as only a .very few men have so  f.n- been employed on  the  work.     In  olli'-ial circles''it, was slated sonic lime  ,igo the only object,   in   starting  work  iu w^wiis to hold the charter and'keep  Jim Hill from building up that valley;  Now. however,    wo ��������� learn   on   good  authority   it  is  intended tovaotkoly  l'-'i>-li   coiistruclion   of   the road,   and  that with' an important, object in view.  The C. I',  11. have nbuii-i  completed  theii line to connect the Ciow's  Neat,  road with'Spokmie  and   the junction  on the Cr-ow will he ,it Yakh.' ' There  is not much object in  connecting the  Crow alone however,  as  it is the passenger iraflic on the main line the C.  P. It. mainly Inys  itself out for,"'nnd  the company's object in   building the  Koolenay ' Central   is 'in   reality   to  give tbe   fastest   and   best   route between   the  ninin   line  and  Spokane,  by means of which tho company hopes  to handle a largely.indent-oil   amount  of American .travel.and  use  the  new  load iia ii'lcvcr in  lighting  thu Grout  Jfortliern.     Tlie' light  between ihe.-e  two roads is becoming  very acute and  the opening   of   the   Gir.it Nmthcrn  branch lines in the I'oundary h.is cut  C  V. 1\. triillic in r,wo   there,   so  that  ten engines less are employed than before   the   Gieal   Northern   lines.  wo:e  opened.    The C. P. K.   will   make   up  for this to some extent by the acquisition of the Le  Koi-Centre-Star  group  of   mines   and   the   securing  of  the  haulage to Trail ol" the  large  tonnage  that   formerly   went   by   the    Great  Northern to Noi'thport.  AN OUTSIDE VIEW  What J. Culbertson. of the Stan-  '' dard Mine, Thinks of B."C.,  J. Culbertson, of the Standard mine,  on his leiurn 'to , Kitnsiia, g.ivu the,  lOni'-iis City Journal the following  in lei-view :',,  "If any country has unlimited ro-  miiiicci] in'thu war of luiiilicr. mines  mid iigiiciiltiire' il suriily.is liruinli  Cuhiii'ibiii,'1 s.iid Jerry'CnlbiTtson, of  ll.-n-risonville, Mo, .it the Midlmd'  Motel, ye.sieidav! Mr. Culbertson  fiirnrcrly vy.is prosecuting attorney of  C.ios county. ��������� lie-has jtiat letunied  from the .Selkirk mountains, w.rore  ho Ills been nn   a   trip  of inspection.  "Uritish Tloliinibiii has timber-, it'  seems lo me, in' inovliauslnl-lo qtinn-'  lilies. I c.iiinot (ii;dei'st,ui(l how Ihe  supply evei will <bo re.lucu.l, tliough,  of eoiu.se, the 'urge mills of th" N'.ii-th  nre takiii'v up gre-it p-M-tions of it In  agi'ii-'illuio I,do not undoi-stand how  the country could be'surpassed in  anything e.vcepD corn", I'hey raiao  none uf that there. - IJut ther i is'n't  any end of whe-it. .They handle it on  a hig scale, much similar to ,thi! way  it is done in the P.ikotus. l*ln\- 'nnd  o.iIm iiroilhi* big ngricul1 uriil ci-ip-i  l.hd-c - ���������       '.  "In Ihe way of mining products,  es|ieci.illy copper, I -'.i-ip ��������� iac. Ih.il,  country is I.liu i-ichu.-.l ol any o,i ihe  i-onlmont,    . "    '  "Then another thing which the  people here never h-i've ku.iw.ii' ihout  is Ihe value of tluil, 'noi-r.hwo.slern  connl.'i-y us n summer ' lie ilth .-i*kI  plensiii'i- resort,. There you'see- so'iie-  'ivhnl. the si me scenery ,'sii,as ovpun-  iMiceil'in Col.undo, only i(, isjiIIi.Iid  more vivid and st'-ikiug. The iiioiin-  tanis nre-niore craggy. Then (here is  the gluciiii ell'ei-l, nnd the "stro.-'rm'*. oi  thai land are lis limpid and pure ami  picturesque .'.ia " they* 'co.iir Icqinu  down iho, iiiount.iiiis as natino h is  been able to make them.  .'���������Tli- , country is decidedly American. Tliou-.!inds, .if- pjoplu from flri������  country have gone there and are doing well.' In 'a general.way it may be  said thnt the ditt'erence between' the  two countries is liaid to. distinguish  to the tourist 111 -the 'matter ��������� of  politics."  Mr.'Culbertson was acconipanied by  W. A. II ill, of Carth-ige, who nlso'w.is  profuse in his.woids of commend,ition  for the far Northwest.'  LodKe No. IS A.F, & A.M  V  TI10 icKiilar mcot*  iiiK*. 10u held in Die  MiiKinic 'IViiqilc,  Jdtl I'Vllovvs Hall, on  . . ,������_������������������  -.,..,rin *,'K tl'hil Moiuluj-in  *3 '/  -Jfijp*^:".'- /**!9*f;,*'io.u-.i   ni'itilli   nl    S  ���������^^P^JaSisSS*"^ '������������������������>'    i-orillnlly   wel  ^^^^^^ uo""i- ,  ('. /v. I'ltnctlN'IKIt. Hi.ciiivi.vitv.,  hKI.KIRIC LODGE. NO   12. I. O. O. F.  ,���������y^TST^y^^ AlUulh CV |.|*.V 'I IllllMlll.  Cs^-'  15)1)       .mr*^*^. ovciiiiiff iiiOililKcllows  W!_J/������       %U:M     hi     b    o'clock  ~ar     "-"   ^S^_������5vri.sitii,.* l.iillncii cor  "^ J;>*-r/ di.illj   iiiv.lni   Lo   nl  ' ,        leii'l.  <;. ii. I'aIj.mkh, N'.rr.  ,r. v \tiiik, sic  i  TTLe^,  'tlSs^  rv^  sUfrto rfuisv-e/  NAKUSP.  ���������*������������������>_ V  Nine   C. P. R.   Cars 'Dumped  ���������    in Lake.'   ,  Kroni Our Own  (loricspriiulcnt. '  Mrs.   J. *Genolle,   and . family   left  Monday on a visit to Movie.  ��������� Capt. I-'raser has uiov-.-d   his   family  tO'Nakusp for the winter.    . ..1   -_'_~  Mrs. Jt. .Stevens met with 11 '"painful  accident last week. When attempt-  to alight from a moving train she fell,  badly spraining her ankle.  -   ���������  Mrs. D. T. Bulger and children  arrived home from Portland. \ .  . Tho Ladies Aid Society "f,the Presbyterian church intend liavim; their  baiiiiiir iibout the lirst week in.December.   .. >   '  Mrs. S. G.'Tlioinp.-on  is  h.w ditys-in Rbvelstoke.  K.  M.   I'ain!   is' re.-oivint: tho con-  In Anticipation  of Jack Frost's    ,  Coming.  O ���������.' K  <J If' you would save your choice  plants���������take them indoors before"  Jack" Frost nips them.      '     '   ,,,���������-,  ���������l[ Of course" it, means that you will  need a.new, jardiniere or,two���������  some plants are in bigger pots and  there "are new plants to provide'for.  <J Jardinieres of the artistic sort' are so  cheap nowadays that!no one thinks of  allowing ugly pots to remain'exposed.  <J You'll be surprised at some of' this  season's.'offerings when' you come in���������"���������all  because we made some shrewd deals in  mid-summer. , c  .  QThe goods are now here. -   ���������  *">  e^Mefecl.,  -/^^zJZ AT.  for  .testino'  'f'herc nre mfiuy kinds  Ri'ibbtM-, l-'ootwc.ir, 'but'  " ' 1  years of cxpcriciici: have  I'.taught us*that brands recognised-'as' good under  other. climatic 'conditions-  may prove unsatisfactory  this province. After  many .* lines," -we  have selected '  tJ    ._. 1-1  .  Maple Leaf  Rubbers  as the best.for dealers to  [.'sell'or individuals'to wear.  '<   >  ���������"���������   You may profit,by-our-  experience byj'nsisting'on  your dealer giving , you  Rubbers with tlie. Maple  Leaf brand. '      ������������������*    ,,    ���������' ,  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the ma'r.ket    ������������������_,  affords,'   13est  Wines,' Liquors,  &'Cigars.  '-  . Rates $ 1 a day. , Monthly rate. "    ,    ,  YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD FOR  _ HOME  '^jSS     ���������"    "       HOTEL  /"i35 CLUE IfURNISHERS  VICTORIA; B. C.  J.Leckie Co.LdE  . Vancouver; b.,c;  Selling'Agents lo the Trndo."  BSBBBBBBBB  R. HOWSON & GO'S  , FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. ���������"'  PICTURE  FRAMING  f  RUBBERS   Q.T   COST  '. '   Ordinary $i,oo.'now S5''cents  Men's-Storm Rubber,  Boys'      "-���������������,   .'*���������_,*"     1 10 5  Youths'. " ' " - ������  i t'.to 13 .   '  Child's    '.' ,.    ���������   -.'!���������   'u\ to io#> ���������*  Women's'''- ,'      "..  Misses'. " '   t     '* * ,     ' -  '  Boys' 1 Btickle Lumbcrmens, 1 'to"5  Youths'    ".-        -     " ' 'ri 1 lo m  01  86,  ���������" " 65,  '65,  ������������������"    55  --50,  ��������� " i.40  75.  "���������' 60  -65.  ������������������'  '50  1.25.  '���������.".1.05  I.IO,'1  "    90  n  speiulins  on  GEOLOGICAL  SURVEY.  Summary Report for 1904,  We liiive received from tiie Geological Survey the summary report fur  1901, from which it appears 11 l.-inje  amount of valuable work v\-is- done  during the year. Liriti&ii Coluinbi.i  received special attention. Dr. Klls  made a very full investigat.ion of the  .Nicola and I'uilohena coal deposits,  while 11.'A. A. .rohnson makes ai. ex-  h'MKtive report un the copper deposits  (.f A.-pcn tiiove .mil Micr-iii 1-11 ('.imp  Ali's-rs. Hrock .and Bovil "euiiiploip:!  their ex.iinin-ition of the r...irde,ui. uml  Mr. D.ily covered tho we-terii p.irt nt  tlii1 I'ound.iry. Pii-ifi'-ior Al.ieoiin  nmki's an e.\li;iu*.tive report nn the  rierl   of   it.--   rf|iiv.-ent;uivc?   a.-   tire   n-itnr.il   hi-.tory  nf Llie X.ituxi.il i'.irk  iiiiiI Mr. Dnivliiif,'cnvuii-d   tin* (!ii-r'.iilr>  nnd Ciwtiirnn coal ha-ii^.  Tho   work   is   illu-triitod hy -evcr.il  limp- arid drawing", and it.-' v.iluc  i*. of  i-pici.il    import iiici'    to    the  dcvclnp-  I ri'i.'iit of 1 lie rniin'i.il   indn-tiv    in tin*.  piovinci*.  l^ re.*civiii>'  griuiil.ition.- of his friend-,  an ivn i of n >on.  (In 'L'ut'-day nii;lit while .-liiinting  Oil llie v\ Iiiii f nine cai.-> liiiikn ,,w.iy  11 nd went over into the-I ike. and thi*  t-c-vice- of a diver will he nvpiircd to  rescue then  POLITICAL  oris us De Feo  PROFESSOR  ��������� '���������  '  OF. PIANO'  " s  ���������    >- '   'Lessons 50c. Each.  Given at'Mr. Dominic Gallico'no,  ,. , near Station. .,  Music'supplied.at "At Homes" and  Dances:  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  The only snfo effectual mcmthl/  medicine on which women can  dopend. Sold in two degrees of  strength���������No. 1, for ordinary  cases,?1 perhox; No.,2, 10 degrees stronger for Special  Cases, fS por box. Sold by all  druggists.* Ask for Cook's Cotton Root Compound; tnko no  25 per cent, cruli discount on all Funiiiliiiig, ITnts, Ready-made  1 ���������    Clothing, J3oots, J"oys'Clothing etc.   ,'   ,?  Ei"J. BOURNE   FIRSTo St.  flubshtuto.'  The Cook Medicine Co..  Windsor, Ontario.  entitled  to   peiii-ions ?      Some   of  in   the  eui-ccr  wa-.i li  the;!*   niini.-ter*;   ineltirled  iieii.-ioii li-t led a  iiotonou-  of srnft. *  The   le������i?lation  eon-riflered   and  wli.tt the liberal  h-.i.-   contrary   to  iKirlv-lia-J  ileiinin-  vv.iiohil'iu- of tlio piihlic trr-a-nry.  A rF-pC'iii of the* li*<ri-l.ition vvill he  hearlilv endor.-ed, rind will rr-move  a Cfttr-c of <li--.iii-f'ieii m e.\i-u'ng  thniiicihoui tin* LihiT.il purl v.  MINISTER OF  RAILWAYS  Hon. Mr. Emerson Visits B.   C.  On Monday linn. II. It. Kinr-r.-on.  Mini.-tri of It.i'lvv.iy-. p.i-.i'd thmucli  Itevel-u k>* in hi** private car on his  way to (In* coi-t i i liiu'-tig.-ue ni.it-  tcr.-. coni-ci-led with hi- (k-p.irtinent.  Mr. Knier.-on lr.i> now been cnn-tanl.ly  tr.ivelliiisr since .Inly, h'Tomin^ ic-  rprnintal |icr*-ri,i:i]Jy with the work.-  unik-r his coo'inl and there is no  harder working ininiitci- in the  Laurier Cabinet. Mr. Lniei'-on wa-.  acconrpanred bv Mr. ,-ind Mi.*-. II. 0.  Reed, Mr and Mi.**. .1. II. Hickiiiiin,  and Mr. Payne, hi- private -.ecrc-tury.  .A-.kr-d ,i*5 in the Iritcrcolonial, Mr.  I-'m< r^on s.iv- he is deiei ininid to put  I hat road on a busine-'s basis.  ANOTHER  RAILWAY  lions. It MeRrido sinii R. F. Green  arrived at Xelson riund.iy. it i5 under-  stooil with a vim- to r������-*ttMn*^ lo.  ditl'eietice- in tin' conservative ranki.  .Noiivit.h;:ti--rling Mr. llou.-ton'-- a-  sertion, made rrofntly at Gnldrir-kl,  tli.it he will not resurn hi- ji-.u, it wis  stated nie.nis would !������������������} t ������kc-o to declare the -e.ii, v.ieaut and a by-elivtb-ll  i< probable. .  THE RUSH IS ON.  D.uriir.:  tin- pa-t  week a j������*v   dozen  (���������o|iie.^ of tip. bi-iotiful pictiiri*,(-iitltlrd  ���������'('.rr-en \le-!:i'<i]|.i. .Her 'Jr.ni(lf*hildi--n  anil l>n^*������.''   Ii.iw* boon   ili-trilmrr-.i   in  thi- section, and every por-on wh-i h.i-  spon it ha1- no he,-it ition in pi-'iiKninc-  ing it tiie line.-t. pictme ������>vilr i--n" I by  thntitrp.it   u-.efch.tbe  Family Hcriild  .uid iA"ii"kl*- .-*i.<i "I'Mntitn-11      I'.i - u  it i< a lioimtv  iloiw not begin   to d.> ir  jiisth-e      Ii-cli .--ni- f-.* i v on'- ,i'"*:..*bl  We leiim rlnif it   i-olVeml   al- ,tuli !v  free to all whnp-ij  ,t    \i\t-\   ������i,Iij. i i[j-  tion to ti.,- K.i mi ily Il������*i.u,l *,ii(| IVi-i !i  St.ir. the pi'cenl   vvbiili   i-   iiihv    one  *.! ill ir per ye ir.     \f> wond'-r rhi-ie i^ a  big i-ihii of -iib>fi iprion'   riir.��������� <nr 11 t ;��������������������������� ���������  inail tlii'-i' i1 iv - gn'n '   '������������������ t1"-   r.iiinl-.-'!  11 era Id ,-.fJ,(".      U i������   llu   in*i-.'i-L vil'i' !  ollei-fd I ill- -e-i-on  b\   lo-iit odd- '���������  ��������� _____!  We also iiifiiiiifact-urc an  exceptionally good- line  of  WORKINGMEN'S SHIRTS,  AND  CARPENTER'S  'APRONS  1 hey arc: western made to  fill a lonyk;k want,namely,  ������������������tri'iio-f-rvvnrkin^O'U-nient.s  .it the s ime [iric e  -is e is't-  crn  marie o-orjd.s   ::   :��������� : ���������  ;���������  S WE' SELL JUST AS GOOD I  GLOVES forWORKiNGMEN  Win. J. McMaster & Sons, Ltd.  m.vm-1 v iii:i-i:-.   ,\sn   ;oi:i-.r r:s  V,\Vi'()I"VI;k, i:   ('  I  Great   Northern    May    Build  Through Revelstoke.  'oust   hi r'nie    the    Iii*/ |       Vol   u a ��������� t  iv   r.nliv i.y   li.in-.poi-. j niilv i;!'i-'(in  T'le Mi'-l   f| iv  ir  (M, n.ntn. V'llb v, '  \\'e|l   I.i  |*|,|     II, |(*k -     ||,    J.it'.ti      oi     -i,i >||  ��������� pi ml i' i"-   iii.- I-,,n,11,1,   |,i i, ...  K.S'hl-Mtln'  UltlCK  .K TIM-: ( (I  (���������n.'i"i7 |.;,���������ii 11.*., u c  OOBAN   STEAMSHIPS.  '     ,     .  oyal mail Lines.  Cheapest Route to'.tho Old* Country.'  ,-, -ALIiAN UNK-From Monli-ciil.  Victorian SepL 2!)  Iliivai-i.in  _. Oct. (i  Vii'Kiiii'in Oct. Ill  Tiiiiisi.in  Ocl. ill  Viclnrlan Oct. 2!)  c.\N. IMC. ATLANTIC S. S.���������Kroni Jlontienl  Ijiko t'li.iliiplain .Sept. 'JS  I .like Knc      Ocl.. 12  11,1 l(o M.unluli'i    Ocl,. I!)  I1O.MINI0N IjINK-Ki-oiii Jlnnlrcil.  Ilniiiiiiion      -. Supl. 21  oiiuH.i '  S"iii.:i(i  (C<:nsiri*^loii      Ocl. 7  ���������'.iii.nl,1 Ocl.  II  SiiiiiliiviiKl Ocl. 21  D.iiiiiiiiun .Oct. 2S  AMKKUJAN LINK���������Krom New York'.  Si. I'.nil .-  Sept. :������i  Ncv\ Vnrif Ocl.  7  SI. I.DIIIh Ocl.   II  I'hiliulclplii.i Oct. 21  St. I'.-inI     Ocl. 28  WITtl'I" STAR JiINIC���������Krom New York.  Tciilonic  '��������� ....Sept. 31  Oc-t'.nnc .'....Ocl,.   1  M.ijo--Lic     Ocl. II  U.illic     ' Oct.  IS  Teutonic Ocl. 27.  OUXAHI) LINE���������I'Vom NoSv Vork. (  I'llninii.    Sept. W  ('.inip.inia Ocl. 1  Umliri.i Oct  1  liiicuni.-i. .' Oct.    t  Kli'iiiia Oct.   7  I'li���������iiiiuroiT ticketed tliroiiKli to .ill part-.- of  Orc.-it, lirit.nn unit Ireland, and at specially low  ran'*, to all pai'tM of the Kuropcun continent,.  Apply to neai-e*.l railway or ste.iin-.liipagent or  In  T.   W.   BRADS SAW, Agent,   Re  elstohc  W. P. F   CUiyiMINGS.   Pacific   Apent  P.  S & 00  .' Wholesale.arid Retail,      _.'���������''  ��������� J v   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage :-'    ���������  .*''   , ,\    '',''","      ."   ; ���������::i^^B"<Calgary;\Alberta,  Victorious 'Through Merit.  l M*nn.<ncciiiii;nfDTrov."*������1- utu  enzie  and  'OXYDONOR li-iiimplis Uii-oiikIi moril���������ror yean.  il, lias licen llie lite Kninil of more than a million  ni't-M-ii*.. II. ii llie cnilioilinicnt ������f (In* liif;lie->l law  i.nown In liniii.in Miii'iii'-v In il, is conccnlnilud Hie  experience of Hie ni-eiitc-l, scientist of Ihe nf;u. A  liilior (if hive for hiiiiiiinily. t  No ollu'i- iiKcncy lin- Iioii.ltli   hns so ninny fiiilhfnl  li ii'iids���������none othei-desei-M-s.si) niiuiv.      '       '  OXYDONOR in.-l ils new life into llie system; rof,'cner-  uli"., i-oiiiv iKor.ituh .mil vilnli7.es every oi'kiiii into the  piopcr (li-cli.-ii-Ke of Ihe fimclion for which Nutnrc  intended Ihcni. lis. n-c lii-ings viKOions he.-ill h v\ ilh nil the vigorous activily Mint ninkes ' lile  vvoil.li Iu nig.  No mat Iei'vvvh.il ilisc.iscyou linve, Ihis is I he only n.iliir.il cure for il.    Theic  i-i no danger,  no p.iiiT. no diicloi-noi- medicine in Using OXVDONOIl.  II ������ill l.usl,iilirctiinennd -.one Llio whole f.unily.   SKN1) TO-DAV for book I!) miiiled free,-  Write us a desei i|itioii of your e.isc. . ������ '  INFLAIV1IV1ATORY  RHEUMATISM.  i llr. Jus. Anseii, Kossl.uid, II. t!., (Jan., writes, March 11, 11)01:  "Some live years ago 1 got  Oxjdnnoi* for my wife who was .suH'cring from I'cninlo weakness.   After a week's use Ihe doctor  liimsclf was sin tni-ed lo lind such ,i change,   in   fact it was enough lo induce  him  to get an  Oxydonor for his sisler.      , ' ���������  "A slioi-l, lime ago my wife had an .itlack of inflammatory iheiimiitisni.   She could not walk  and her joints weic niiicli  swollen.   She applied (Kjdnuor. and before, night Ihe pain  had,  ceased, and next inoining there was very lillle swelling, anil she could walk as  well an ever,  She had a similar al tack before we got Ovydonor, and was nuclei* a doctor's care   for a month,  and sullei-ed .igonies." , .  " It has cured me of a ^evero'coM." _.  BEWARE OF DANGEROUS AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.  The gonuiiii, lias Ihe 11:1.11 e of " llr. II. S.mclie& Co.," plainly h>ain|icd on ils metal purls.  Dp. H, SANCHE & Co.,      , 2267 St. CATHERINE ST.," MONTREAL.  THE   G-ROCERS  Dealers   in  FRUITS  OF A 1,1) KINDS IN SKA .SON  When You Have a Bad Cold  M     l.ol  I   |i( '  Got a copy  of "I'ir.uirr-.-citid   Hevc-I-  ���������Btoku".    to   K-nil    to      vi,in-   frio.inls.  Price ijl. .     *   ���������   .  It   '��������� ill   nut.  I.i  Hl'llil   H 0||i*ll(-f|  l.iiiini. WI11I1; the C I' |:". .in; li^'iii-  inp on luiil'liii!' i-iiiiikI llu- I!, nd fimii  lienvciiiion111 lo li'cvclril'iki', iw li.ivc  it on 1*00(1 .iiitlicriry tlml tlir- (Ik.H  Noil In-rri ini' iriw-tiM,'iiinx lip. m iltr-i  of iiiiildiiiK   ii   rorid   up f'oliiiiilii.i :n,f|  to    (-(iiinwt    with    (he (: 1 ���������.r! s,*f.. 1,, (,,1,-,.  K-llicil,   1 In*   ui-ii.|i,|i      Clrinil,. i|   ,,,'sc ,ti������li   1. nidi   i,,,-. 1-  lh.it    in,nl     ,||    i||,���������     fi ,|ii,ifi|.fill*,    ii-id     '.ii    iii  ...  , ,       .., Cohiiiihi.i   Upridi      md    1 .f-i-in.r 1 ������������������-( 1 r   r-inc   .,|    l,u!  I'-llllf'l-   l-)ild    Hill   lMu.   th.*    I!i������  Mi-nil !,*,,Id- -.1111,.  tlllll*r|IO|-l||||'.|l    it   u.uil,- .mil    ||���������:.    v ;l|| (|n.,  (ipcmiig  of   Ihn   li-nhi;,-   ii.,,,1 -mil,, ,...| i   '   .       *    '������������������.��������� _          resourc..*- of  'hi: llcncj   iiii-.n.-'   an   ini- '������������������    ',:' '���������,'>.-'"��������������������������� .M-*.*l.<(.,.*��������� - I'm-   1*1 p  ('iiniic    Ilivi-M  (���������riiiid Ti nn k I  of 1 lie j his" I limituli   v. Inch  will      hiiild    min    |',riii-.h  ���������K'l-  i-i;id   will   fn  the  ���������1 'i.' d\-    I li it   ���������  U  r* '!��������� f I'll I   ������������������ll'cr  I11-1 IK-lll  f'lii-c  Voil iv.nil  .1  ii-iiii dy t h.it  u i'l icln    1  11 1- Imii^m .mil ki'>'|) c*V|ii fTdiMtiiin r .i,v  Ymi u.mt .1  ii-iiii t\y I h.H ", il   i'ii'i ,t,  <*l iff ,my l"ii(|ciic\ ti.H 1 id- 111 in 11 i,,,>i 1 1  Von V .nil    1  n 11,( dy th it   1- |,i,,i   ,,,|  ��������� v 111 I'.I 1*  '!������������������<[-.  I llfl'l  -.ill*  The Money Loss of  the Drink Habit  jc ,,* , of i*i nost s'*.-;o-js feature*;.    Tlie  nun v.ho dr::!'^ , ;,ot only ruiaa hirns-jlf  i.-it d'-jir.vca those dependent upon him  .if the support lo which they an; entitled.  Th'.*  Samaria   Tastelt-si   Prescription  im -. iiived many men from Drunkard's  f>rav*'i and resiored v/ife and family to  pic,.'/ und happiness.    Given without  patient*, knowledge in tea, coffee or food.  Th*;  money  a  moderate  drinker   will  wsAte in one wc-ck will cover the co-it of a  month'-i treatment.    Samaria Prescription   is  a   cure   for   drunkenness,   no  publicity, ull privute.     ������������������''"  MaKe Sewing' Easy-  Tlie woinan, who does her own sewing and embroidery, should Insist  on having Welding's .Silks.   They sew smoothly, easily���������because they are  free of kinks and knots.    They won't bieak���������because they ore all pure, .  tough silk, evenly twisted and spooled.   _  Beldlng's Spool Silks  'm " v " ���������'���������*---'-*-*���������������������������"'  l|l.J     UP      Illl-  11.CI1.se    ilicrcu.-i..    in    ||���������.    |,n.j,,,._,s   ,[,..  Vl-|iipill|.|it iinil pi'ipn lat pin    ,,|   II,,: ,;iiv  of iiuviihtcike.  1.1  ,r-i  ���������r if,.,  >|i '  ������������������ -I.i,,.  -.1 'I,i|i-    1,r,.nil,||v ,  .'!   rii-l, ri.-.    Iin-.ii'iiilili   :',.,  :  .���������'���������  .I'i,-,. ,,ii-,,|, 1  ..    H,,;,,-|s,,|,,||        I'',','',    -,',,|.  , i'  ��������� '-ini iV  -V;   r,���������   t,(Hl;i..."..      Vll���������:,l.   '|-.,i���������|  .li'l)., Ili.llllll'iK'I'.dl'i'l'.-., All,I,Mr,,I.  I-1  ?. J.'acka.c'-c  nn-1 |.*i!ll|'!ilrlir(vin*:fi|ll :  ��������� pa. l.-.-lllil..(. I   ���������-.  ;:i;on:. ',������������������;  USE  rown  ���������m  arc the result of  40 years experience in making  embroidery and  sewing silks.  When you buy  Holding's, you  fclthe hestsilks  for hand and  r-achiue work.  .-.'.' all dealers.  "^ -s/'s^"*  '���������I-  (-.lalilbLl:., Joi'lUU "it., liiluliK-i ^...i.ala  ,il<ll.  _|���������1.  A-i(l   s;,vi     \\'iii|)|u-r-   for    I'ri'iniiinif*.  l!(i"i A I, CliOVVN SOAI' 11 ns no wiiiul j  un II..- mi,1 ii,'.    I )r. ���������[> I,.- 11.   find   arid ,  \vi- will 11,  il you n cntiilogiio illiiatrnt-  in-4 iii*- I'l-iiniifiil |iicniiuiim WL-iolVirr. i 1  The Royal Soap Co., j  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer In^^aaBa2S^'  BEEF,    PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All orclciH iiiumptly llllod.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SS^TnK^Sffil  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggiiqc,  etc., to any part of the City.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  TELEI'I-IONK j\0. 7.  I:  1,  ���������I  Cf  i  ������...  t *  Vancouver,  I], C.  Li 11. i ted  j^TEl^B HALP--T0N&5 jiHl R^\lW-Wlm^ #."  q  ���������A  / /  t  TEE KOOTENAY-TMATL  'ftk.  *.*-*  4,';  <���������>  f  .ii,  ��������� *  MINING MATTERS  THE BEATRICE.     ,  , Development  and   Equipment.  One hundred unil fifty*-nine  feet  in  ' - 34 dnya  is  the  record   that  tins contractors who arc  driving   the croi.i-.ciiL  in  tlie I'eatrice  mine luivo  ninde  to  (lute.       This  "is   exceptionally   good  .  work, nn'd nboiit DO feet roniiiinV to lie  driven   before the 'liniin   In.id   is   encountered.      It   i.s expected thnt lliih  vvill bo'ncconiplished hy November 5l,h.  The   contraotois    coimiicnced    their  work nt a  point  .'"1)0  feet   from v the  mouth of the   tunnel,' that   distance  having becn'driven previously, and at  u distnnee  of -130  feet,  from the tunnel's mouth ii'livc-font load waste pipo  , being one of thesmall leads traversing  the property. ���������  ',      , '  An iici-ial train  3,,-jOO  feet  long has  . been erected for the .purpose of'conveying timber to the  mine;  it'-being  above'tiinbor lino.     The tram is built  in two sections, the  terminus ,of  the  first section���������which   sectii'm   is il,!*i(j()  feet in length���������is at the   mine cabins  und the  other section   extends  2,000  feet further down,the  hill into  heavy  ,_ timber.      The   {'nun, consisting of a  single cable   on' 'which   a  'carrier is  v'hauled by aid of u'horse,  will piove  a  most   economical, inctliod   of    tran-  "spoi-ting  timber and  supplies to the  mine, as it  obviates^ the 'necessity of  traversing a steep and, tortuous  trail  ,r which taxed both' tithe mid  patience.  The mine is to be  equipped-throughout with'iiew track, five   tons of 12lb  -  rails having   hem -taken   up for that  purpose.     '���������, . ',.      '' -,   ���������  CTHE YMIR MINE.   /  Leslie Uill, Canadian Saw and Timber  Mills; C. F. Jiindmai-k, Kevelstoke  Jjiimher Company; 0. Aicbibrild.  Kootenay Shingle Company; Messis.  Howman and Sine, J,o\vniau Lumber  Compmiy; W. 0. ICoch/Slopiin Luke;  CD. MciS'iib/Staiidiii'd Lumber Company; J. S.-Doschhiiips Chin'a Greek  Lumber Company; J. A. J'i:\wir, I'orio  I'ieo Lumber Company; (!. I'. Wells,  secretary. , ,, '  ��������� It was di'lcrinined lo organ'i/.e n  iinif.), in, f-yMenr of i;i-udi'ig lumber nn.l  other rules which would faoili'tiilc  business. ' ,,  The qiicslion of ininiediate rui-iiig  of I In1 uiti'h on I urn l>i*i' was diicusscd  and it was pointed out the const men  had done ..something of (his natuic.  This was .rebutted by showing the  raises made by con-I men were quite  trifling and it, was linn Ily decided that  for the present the rates should not  he increased. '_ Still' tho"ineeting fell,  that as the 'demand was increasing  and as the supplies at-lhu yards on  the prairie rind at the mills" in Ihe  mountains were scanty the, raising of  the rates could not'be deferred longer  than the next mooting.   '   ,       ,  The discussion between the C. P. II.  oflicials and the lumbermen  longed. '    '   ,,  NEEDLE  was  pro-  CORTICELU home  WORK.  - 'The fourth quarter for 1.I05 of the  Coiticelli Home Necdlework'.Magazino  is now being, mailed to Mi'-sci-il-pin.  The number is certainly an exi-cllen  one and'contains numerous interesting  .indinstiiictive articlea. Following is  the contents: , i    '      "   '  Library Interior, Frontispiece.  The 'Practical Application of''Art am'  beauty, John 'laylor.  Kin broidery Motifs  Applied to House-  bold Decoration,'.Mary Dennu Kent.  J'he .Newest Fancy I'lousos.    Virginia  Mitchell.  Suggestions lor Christ mas G iff Ma king.  F. A. Wui-iiUirg, (colored plate).  New Pillow .Designs (colored plate).  Chemisettes, Stocks aud Cull's in Princess .Louise Lace. Janet AIuc Donald.  Dainty Handmade Handkerchiefs.  A Tatted Design.    Alma J'rown. ,.    ���������  f "CHIPS.  'Extensive'"Development   has  ���������  Been Planned. ,  . i ���������"  Extensive development has beende-  ' finitely, decided  upon .for  tho   Ymir  mine.    'The  recent discoveries of ore  r   of high   grade,, and'   the   indications  that tlie newly found   bodies  are extensive,  have "decided * the   company  ���������that a , policy   of   operation   and development on a larger scale,than that  '- followed   for   the last" few years was  called for.-  - Oliver.'Wethered, of London, a dir-  . ector.of thei London and B. C. and  also of the Ymir company said ,to"the  News : "I am glad to say that I  have found the most encouraging  signs everywhere, so much -so that I  am inclined to'take a rather optimistic  view of the company's prospects.  "There - is   no , longer   any    doubt  about the future of the' Ymir mine.  -.There isia big shoot "of good ore in,the  No. 5 level and  Manager Hand is cer-  .tain'now of finding it also in No. 6.  Development work will be carried on  there now on a bigger scale than ever.  Manitoba' fariiicra are organising  the proposed tnrilV on rough lumber.  Steps are being inndo to establish at  Vancouver factory for producing pitch,  turpentine'' and cliiirconl', for waste  lumber.  The Mundy Lumber Company have  started construction of their dry kiln  at Three Valley. # '  Messrs. JJenrichsand Pace, of Revelstoke, have in hand arrangements for  the installation of several pi.eumatie  draught, fan and drying .-.kiln���������plants  in the neighbouring'lumber mills. ' '  o'Mr. A'rrowsmith' has been appointed  foreman of the Mundy Lumber Company's , logging operations at Three  Valley. ' _ " ������  ,  , The Mundy Lumber Company intend getting out 20,000,000 feet,of  logs for next season's cut.'  , .An important timber deal, ir'i'thc  Big JJond has been'consummated. _ -  The Kevelstoke Lumber Company  are making good progress with the  construction of their mill. The new  machine shop has been.completed and  an addition^ made_ to therforeman"d  residence..   ' ',       " [ .  '*"  The Adolph Company have decided  on putting m a new circular saw-mill  on the Great Northern Branch from  Morrissey. It will have a capacity of  40,000 feet of lumber a day. The order  for the plant has been placed with II.  B. Gilmour, of the Watorous' Engine  Works. * "    ,  MALAKWA.  Novel ideas in Handkerchiefs.    Janet  MacDonald.  Handkerchiefs in Now^Duolicss-o Luce.'-  Elizabeth Harris, f,  Kyclet   I-'nibroiilerod    Handkerchiefs.  ��������� .Marie Koch.  Centerpieces in   Iledcho and Gittertyl  Embroidery.        ' ' i /  Pyrogrnpby in .Dress  Ornamentation.  Florence'L. Holliuliiy.,,,  Novel Klfccts in   Luce Making.  Iilis*,n-  hcth Hairis.    '       ���������    ,   i   ���������     <  Some Attractive Now Lingerie.   Jn.uct  Miicl'oiiiild.8 ' t     j ,  Now ' Oonlorpiec-o ' Designs.     (Colored  "plate). > ���������   ' '      '  Novelty Pillows.    (Colored plate)."  '  I'mided Frocks for Children.    Mis. M.  E. Foster.       ' '    '  Dresser Scarfs1 and 'Piano  Covers in  . Tinted Browi, Linens. ,  Christmas Pillow's:.,,  How to Usea Sowing Machine for Silk  Embroidery.    Catherine Rogers.  Fancy Dress Accessories: Crochet Silk  , Stock, JCInia lona Locke; Collar, and  Sets in  H'edcbo; Eylet Embroidered  j-Collar and CufV Sets.   ,' '      <���������., ���������  Child's Cap  in  Hairpin Work.1   Mrs.  - E. D. Pagel. ��������� ���������   -  Design in Cut Embroidery:      '    -  Baby's' Crocheted  Jacket' - Marian F.  Gibbcs. '    ". . ,i  Jf you are not already 'a subscriber  to the magazine, send 15 cents for a  sample copy, or' 50 cents for a year's  subscription', four numbers. Address  Corticclli Silk Co. Publishers, St,  Johns,'P. Q.     '   - "  No road too rough���������no weather too cold  for <$S������$pSH$* Lumberman's  and  Boots.  Wear them this winter and have Comfort.  ; Stand any wear.   AH styles.  "The mark of quality" is on all genuine  aa  iMm������iM;M<^m  =5^-  THE FALLS  ON EIGHT "     ,  MILE CREEK  REVELSTOKE  '���������"'-. ,,  VOTING COMPETITION.       ��������� .'    .-     _    '  The Tourist Association want rur appropriate mnne for tbc-lieatitiful falls on  Eight Mile Creek, which they intend to make an attractive resort for citi/.ens  and tourists. The Maii, invited suggestions of a'name for these falls and tho  following were suggested:��������� '        ' '       <   ,       '   'r  1���������Alexandra   5-**"-Minnoliahii . 9���������Hallelujah  2���������Victoria     ' 0���������Fort-land    * 10���������Longfellow  7���������Fortyninc ' II��������� Porcupine ':   , -  -Bufl'ulora  -Togo     *i,  Clark's Ham Loaf  has all the appetizing .flavour'of' perfectly cured ham. Sliced thin, it is a  welcome addition to any meal.  NOTICE.  : DRIFTS.  The Slocan Star has declared a  dividend of 5 per cent.  P. Burns .and W. J. Wilson have  purchased the Highland Mine at  Ainsvvorth.  E. A.. Bradley is pushing work on  the Buffalo on French Creek with a  force of 17 meli, and has made excellent arrangements for a winter  camp.        ' '  The St. -Eugene mill, which was  shut down as the lcsult of the recent  fiie, will be running again by Dec. 1st.  , It is reported J. C. Harols'on, who  recently bonded the Cotton Belt silver  lead group of 10 chains, near Seymour  Arm, has turned over the bond to  Marcus Iv.   Rodgcrs,   of   the   Nickle  Plate mine.  .  Prices of the metals continue' to  climb.' Silver is 03 1-8; copper, 10 3-S  to 10 "i-S; lead, ������15 2s. fid. in London.  It is reported the Monarch mine at  Field has been sold to New York  parties.  An expert representing American  capital has been examining the  Donald mine at Illccilliwaet.  News is daily expected of the Beatrice lead being struck in the low level  tunnel, the development work making  rapid progress.  ,     i'roni our own correspondent.  Advantage is'".being taken' of the  mild weather to hurry out shipment  of vegetables.   "     '        '",.,'  Among' the visitors to Kevelstoke  last week were Mesdames T. L. AVooI-  sey, R. \V. Bruhn and F. Mizoii.  . E. A. Bayiics"was in town Saturday  last to attend Masonic meeting. He  returned on' Tuesday.  The sound of the"locomotive whistle  is heard more frequently lately! ]low-  long will the extra cautiousness last ?���������  The editorial remarks're settlement  and timber berths are appreciated  here. ��������� We aie credibly informed I hat  entry is refused in some cases on  account of quarter section applied for  adjoining,timber berth. Is this as it  should be? ,  LUMBERING.  LUMBER CONFERENCE.  At the meeting of the Mountain  Lumbermen's Associations ut Nelson  there was a confeience at the same  time between I<\ W. Peters, C. P. It.  western freight trallic manager, and  JI. Macdoncll, assistant freight agent,  and the association  The 3f> mills in the association were  represented in person or by proxy.  The agreement arrived at with the  railway and the determination ah to  the advance in price of lumber may  be said to be unanimous.  Those present were F. W. Jones,  Columbia River Lumber Company;  A. Lbitoh, I'-at-t ICootoniiy Lumber  Company; W. F. Giird, J. G. Billing!.;  Yale Columbia. Lumber Company;  Otis Staples, T. I.udgiite, Mig Uond  ���������Lumber'Coniilany; Peter Lund, Crow's  Nest Pass Luin her Company; A. E.  Wutts, Wnttsburg Lumber Oouipuuy;  THE ROYAL FAMILY AND  THEIR ANIMAL PETS  A picture that at present is the talk  of all England is entitled: " Queen  Alexandra, Jfer Grandchildren and  Dogs." We have seen a sample of this  famous picture reproduced, and it certainly is a charming and interesting  subject. As usual the Family Herald  and Weekly Star, of Montreal, always  on the lookout for tho latest and best,  have secured the American rights, nnd  their subscribers this season are in for  the treat of their lives. The picture  must be soon to be appreciated. It  shows Queen Alexandra, accompanied  by her throe grandchildren- Prince  Edward, future King of Kngland;  Prince Albert, bis brother; and their  sister J^rinccss Victoria, all on a visit  to the Royal Kennels. The pictures  of the Queen and grandchildren nio  excellent, and Iho lovely collies and  hounds are reproduced true to life. It  is certainly the best the Family  Jlcrald has ever offered its readers, ami  there is bound to be big demand for it.  The publishers have also issued a book-  entitled: "The Farmer's Manual and  Veterinary Guide," that our farmer  readers would do well to enquire about.  A sample may be seen at this ollice, or  full particulars may be had by writing  to the Family Herald ollice. No  fanner should overlook it. All subscribers receive the beautiful  absolutely free.  NOTtCK Ol'\Snj.:KtFI-"S SKIZUllTC VXD*  SALK. (  -VJ-OTIO]" IS IIEREKY GIVEN Ui.u under  _1A nnd by virtue of certain writs ot fieri  tacias lo be dircclcd ngaiu*>t llie uooiU of llie  American Alining Coniiuny and issued ou(, of  llie Supreme Court'of llrilisli Columbia in certain neiioiio in said court, wherein J. M. Tail  and oihers nre nl-unlitk respectively and llie  American -Milling* Company sre 'defendants  and under and by viruie of two ceiUiin w.u--  rnnli of execution against, llie good*, of the  American Mining Compmiy to me directed and  iasiied o.it of the County Court oC \Ve--t ICootc-  nay holden nt Ueielsloke in eerUiin actions  wherein 'J'. Jlai*i,ivv and F. U. Wells are plain-  tills ,respectively and the Anioric.i'i Mining  Company are defendant*-, 1 have seized and  taken in execution all the leasehold interest ot  the American Mining Company in thoGoldlldl  No. 1 and Gold Hill No. Sp'uccr lea-e--. or clitinii  ���������>itualo on French 'Creek in the Rev:elstol*e  M':-' ig Division of Brilis.li Cole-Jibia, a..d all  the goc Is, cha'tels and efl'ccts of the said  iVinerico i Mn-' ig Company situate on i-'rench  Creek ufoic./d and toing.composed ot one  flume 10,--'08feet in length, one pipe line 2..W)  feet in length, 2 monitor.*. J -iOin. water gate*-,  one Uft Pelton water .wheel.' one Win. hoist  drum, one -nwinill with" a" att'ichineiit= am-  equipment--; connected therewith, one Leflel  TurLiiie water wheel, a number of sluice boves,  one -,toie hou**e and ollice. one ine-JS lioii*>c and  cabins, u riuantity of lumber estimated at  about 10.0U0 feethoaul measure, nil ollke and  store supplies and fiirnituie contained in llie  buildings abo*e mentioned, a (-li-iniitj of  kitchen utensils, a largo quantity ot Lools in Ihe  storehouse of llicsaid inciiiisc-. a riuantity of  groceries and supplies'contained in the buildings of the said pieniises* a full inventory of  which said goods and chattel- will be produced  at the time of sale lierriniiftci* mentioned and  may in the me.int.hne be inspected and obtained on application to VV. J. Law, Dcpui] Sliurill  at Kevelstoke, and  NOTICE  IS HJ:RBHY   I-'URTIIEIt GIVEN  (baton ihe-JOlh day of November, 11*05, al the  hour of 2 p.m.. at the door of- the Court House  in the City of Kovelstote, 11. C, 1 will oll'cr for  sale  publicly llie- above  mentioned inlcrc-t,  good-, ehutlels. and elleclsand all the interest  of the American Mining Coni|janj   theicinto  satisfy the -aid several v\ i-its ot fieri facia-.  Dated the 11th day of Nov ember. lOOJ.  8. IO. lUMBLY,    -  2S3 Shcrill'of North ICootenay  ���������  ���������13���������Gladstone/1" -  -  Id���������Henry Irving  --j, JS-^-Taiitramar" ,  8���������Glory ��������� <   ,   J2f-Tho Maid of the Mist'-1(5���������Silver Tip  1 ~ "'   .   ' * -  The Mail will take a vot9 on the above''names. The prize of $5 will' be  awarded to the person' wbo'suggested the name obtaining the greatest number  of votes, and that name will be adopted. _ 'All votes must be in by Novonibcr  l'tth, and must be sent on the following form.:���������'    ,  _''"      .-     '  ,.  ���������*   i    '" '    -      MAIL NAMING COUPON.'      ' '���������.<'���������.  ���������Itf !J!ilW'J!W*������MU*w;������j Ma,mimuMHamwmirm  ,Wo sell go'od' things-  thin'gs .'thh.t' look ex:  pensive-but are hot!'  It pays us'to sell good  things, it pays you to  buy thorn.     ,'  ���������   ,  You, will have Christ-,  mas Gifts to buy be-'  fore long.   "Why not  give something "diflV  .e'rent!' -and "worth  while.",' 'There is no#  -store , in - 'this Great  |-West better able to  assist you if you will  but write. 'Buying by  mail from us is even'  .more satisfactory than  buying over the counter "at1 some store's.  Owing to the large increase in  o'iir l!.'ikcvry Husinc'-s we have been  obliged to do away with all old-  tinio   method.-   and    instal   new  '   ninrhinery   of   the   latest     type,  which phices us in -a  position to    ���������  i-iipo unli nny like concern in the ' ���������  . province.       .       .       ...  Call and Inspect Our'Goods.    '.'  A Swell Assortment to Choose  From. Satisfaction  Guaranteed.  H0BS0N  & BELL  I vote to name l*alls.  Name of Voter.  No Poison in Chamberlain's1  <\   Cough Remedy..  From.Napier, New Zealand,,.Herald;  Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of  New South Wales, Australia, had an  anal\sis made of all the cough'medicines that were sold in .that market.  Out of the entiie list'they. found only  one" that _they declared was entirely  free from-all poison's. This exception  was Chamberlain's, Cough Itemecly,  made by the-Chamberlain-Medicine  Company, Des Moines, Iowa, U. ,S. A.  The absence of all narcotics make this  remedy the safest and best that can be  had; and it - is with a feeling 9! security that any mother ,can' give it to  her little ones. r.Chamberlain's Cough  .Remedy is especially recommended by  its makers for coughs, colds, croup and  whooping cough. This remedy is for  sale by all druggists.  T-  picture  It should Sao heme in mbtA tint  every csSd ms^aatia hap, fa-p-  ers tbe vi2a]|Jty sail frsjaaxe (3k  tystem for the man mwa ffla-  eues, among -which are thu tw*  greatest destroyers ef hnsts> life,  pneumoaia aaa caiiaiuiiyHnii  s  Cough Remedy  kas won it������ great popularity by its  prompt cores of this most common  ailment. K aUs expectoratka, re-  lirres the hmga and opens th������  ���������ecrationa, effecting a speedy aatt  permanent core. It aiwytriiicts  any tendency toward pu-aiiniwmlii.  Pries ajc, Urge Sisa 5������c.  AI'l'LiUIATION KOK TLMHKU hfCKN'SES  XOVKiMHKR 3i(l, l!K������.  1AKK NOTICKthat llnrty rtajs after d.iu;   wo inlcnil lo apply >u I lie Jlonoiablo the  Chief Coiiiiiiis-sionei-or L.nuK .mil Work*- for u  special licuii.se Lo enL .mil e.irry .ivv.iy Limber,  fioni Llie follownii; ileicrilied I.uul-. on Arrow  L.iko- :��������� .  Number 1.      '    '  CoininoiiciiiK nl a post loc.iteil one mile Train  vve-iL-sulc of C'liptu- Airovv Late, aboul Uneo  null's above Llie N.uiows, l-iiniuni; thence vvesl  10 chains, thence houlli bO chains, Llienee e.isl  II) chains, llii-nec 1101LI1 IG0 chains, Lhcnce e.i*-l  IU chains, i hence south 10 chains, Lhcnec \\ est  10 chains lo poinl of eoiiiinciiceineiiL.  October -!7lli. 11)0,5. '  YAlJvCOliUMHIAJiUi-MniCRCOAU'AN'YIild  Nuiiibcr 2.  (Joiiiincncinir iit.i poblinnrltcil Y. C U Co's  MinLli cast eoiiier post aboul, one and one-half  miles from ue-l hank of Upper Arrow Lake  and about three miles north of eiiLianet- lo  N'iiriovvs, i-iiniiini; wesL II) chains, Lheuce north  lliO chains, thence cist 10 chains, lheuce sonlli  100 chains lo poinL of coniiiieiiteinenl. , ,  Oelobcr'.'Slli. liKli.  Tin-: yali.;coLUJvuu.v iiUJiiiKii co. i/rn  Number 3- '  Commencing; al a posl marked Y.U. L. Co's..  north ciu-l eoi ncr po^t, about one and nne-hall'  miles from the west hank of I lie Upper Anow  Liikc, aboul ihrce "mile-) above entianee lo  Nanovvs, liuniiiiB souLli ICI chains, west 1(1  chains, noilh Hi') ehii.ns, oast II) chains lo pnim  ol commencement.  Oelobei-iSlh, I'llLi.  TirK YALK-COLUMHIA I.UjMIIKII CO. I.TD.  Number I.   ' ,  Coinnienciiii; at a iiost mail.ed Y. C. li. Co's  noi lb west corner post on I he east side of Upper  Arrow Lake about two and one half miles  -outb of Nakusp, iunnin[,- sonlli ll'l chains,  Ihenuovvcst 10 chains, thence north lli'l chains,  thence e.isl lOch.nnslo poinl of uiiiiiini'iii'i'iiiuiiL  Uclobei-iSth, IIIM.  TIIK YAIilO-COLUAIllI.V   I.UiMIlKIt CO. I/I l>  \,M. J. Henry's  Nurseries'and Greenhouses  '_. 3010 Westmiiistei- Road,  VANCOUVER" v-    B.C.  Main Nursery for Fruit Stock���������South  Vancouver*, one mile south of'-city.  Bi'.inches at Vietoi i.-i and iMatsqui "or  Seeds and Nursery Stock glowing,  li'xtni large plitnLiiicr for Fall delivery.  , One year apple, A. to 0 feet, $10 to $12  per 100; apple. 2, .'j and 'I years old, .-JilS  to.!jS20 per 100; Maynaid.Plum .$1 each".  L.irge impoitatiou of Bulbs' from  <]itp..n, Holland riiid Fniiu-c.  Exl.r.-i nice'ehoice of Cherry, Peach,  Plum; Apricots, etc., now growing for-  fall orders. No expense, loss or delay  of fumigation or inspection. ,  Letine price your 1'st before placing  your order. Catalogue 'free. Greenhouse Plants, Flor.il Work, Bee Supplies, Fruit packages, Fertilizers,'i-a*.  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds 'in  season.  M. .1. HENRY,  .'1010 WuslmiuMcr lload, Vancouvor, H. 0.  T  a   <  TO 'J'II1C   UNION  HOTEL   AND  ��������� IlKKTAUBANT.  Mits. It. E. AroKrrritiCK  Biinqucts,1 Tlie.atro Parties and   ���������  Private Suppers a specialty.  .Trademarks  and Copyrights  obtained in all countries.  Irvine's Cleaning & Dye  Works  i Calgary, .Alta. ,,a  .!���������   -*?-/  "oTUo.-; 7S7  A. S. Irvine  'relopliiine  Manager.  200  J  f<jl \y j i The Great English Remedy.,  \.jZL A positive euro for all forms ol  .....^-.^QjaSs* Sexual Weakness, Montal and  BuroR-t and xnis Brain Worry. Emissions, S]>cr-  matorrhoca, Impotcncy, Effects of Abuso or  Eiceaa. all of which lead to Conaumption,  Infirmity, Insanity and an ear y crave Price  ?1 per pkg.. sia for S5. One will please, six -will  cure. SoTdbyalldrupglstsorfmailed in plain  package on receipt of price \Yntofor PainpWetJ. I  T?i������Wood Medicine Co., "Wladsor. Ontario.  Dry Cleaning a Specially.  J beg to inform the public Hint I  have remodelled my dyeing, (-leaning  nd repairing shops on the latest and  most up-to-date systems. I am llie  owner of iiii.\(ure-i and machinery  allowing me to hike in hand any work  without altering the colniing oi the  quality. A lirst-clnss I'lii-isian dyer,  wet and dry cleaner, as well ns n liist-  class, French pressor, will now be in  attendance. Gleaning line inalerinls  a specialty. Curtains and Luces  cleaned and creamed. Fine Woolen  Blankets and Flannels cleaned and  .sulphurated. Cleaning, dyeing and  pressing Laces, Silki,, Velvets-, fine and  colored Handkerchiefs, Doylcys, Silk  and Velvet Cushions, Kml-roiileiies,  Piano Coverings,Gloves, Ties, Mulllers,  Caps, Silks Socks and Stockings,  Ladies' and Gentlemen's City and  Evening Dress, &c Gent's"'Hats  Blocked and Trimmed. The only lace  washers in'the west.  PATENTS  ��������� obtained in all c  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Meelianical Alloi-noy and Hngincer.  Room 3, J'\iirfli-|ii;nioc]c. Cr.uivillobL, near P.O  VANCOUVER,   B.- C.  A  postcard will secure an cvcninp; appoint,  nieiiL for lluisn w In) cannot call dm iiitf Llie day  As evidence of the new  things being "offered  we illustrate here Two  Hat Pin ^ Holders in  STERLING' 'SILVER'.  2NTo. 20158 is.  one of English,  s design  with   a'  silver base topped with velvet  p i n " cushion,  front  which is  inscrtedasilver  standard 'with  a' wheel   near  '-'thetop through*  which the pins  are put before  ���������' 'entering" the'  cushion. The  stand is        ,  '' inches* 'big h,  and we mail it  to any address  for .  . -$2,75:-  } (without pins.), I  SEE  Wing Chtmg's newly imported   stock   of  Chinese  and Japanese goods  The best assortment ever  landed   in   Revelstoke   of  "No. 20996 represents one of the  best values ever-|  sent out from  thi-3 store, Sterling Silver, hand-  somelydecorated  in "Apple J31os-  som''design,with  silk ribbon for  hanging. ^ Price  to . any   address  $1.00  (without pins)  Length of holder  exclusive of ribbon   -1A   inches.  larp-es  We pay all delivery c  and if,  when you see your  purchase, you are  not sat  is fled with it,  return them  and receive full   refund of  money  Send for Catalogue.  useful  articles:  and     ornamental  'I'ra sen ices  I'I,lies  liaskefs  I'ane Chairi  ll.-indkeicliicrs  l-'iin'  rKlower I'oIh  IJinlii-ella ,SI .likIh  liiineli itaslccLs  HlilokiilK .laekeU  Silk tlooiN.  GOLD KISII  I slock of candles- and fruits in (own.  Front Street, Revelstoke  Irvine'sDyeing and Cleaning Works  270 CALGARY.  Henry Birks & Sons  (���������nUlsniiilis and Silver-mill**:.  350-352 Main St., Winnipeg  LAND j\TOTi:CE  vfo-nci-: is in:ui*:uv oivkn n,ai si\tv  1>     days .trior dale ue intend In apply to lhi>  I Inn.   llie- Chief  C'uinnii.*.-ioiier of  I.uid- anil  Wen ks for porml*.-iuii to piirclia-e llie follov\ iuir  ilu~urilK.it lands-li-Mtu in llie IIlvc-I-IoIm* Uiri*  slin  or VVi-L ICnolen.i} I)i-lnel.   Coiiiiiieiicini'  al, a   p<>~(, planted on  llie  I'asi   I! ink of the  I'oliniiliiii   itivur itbuiil  one li.ilf mile norlli of  llu- iniiulli nf I'm ne. Creek, ami marked -'I'..M  X II. Co. I.til. li)'- .S. VV. Corner,-- theno- !--i-l  sixty  flianis,   llieneij   Nortli   eij,-lity   elmiii*-.  Ilii'iii'ij VV'i-i siMyi'h.iiiis Ije ihe .;iinu more or  les-  lo   llie   Kasl   II ink   of  Colmnljia   Itiver,  I hence   follow inj;   the    nieaudoriiiK-i    of   llie  Colniiiliia Hiu-r in a soiilheil} dircelion to l'ie  point, of loninieiieeinenl, eoni.iinin*; 1-Jj acre-  uinrc or le*--.  D.ilcd this -.'iilh il*i}- of Suptemliur. A.I). It"tj.  Tub I'ium'i: .Minimi .t HriKi.rji'Mh.sr  COMI'A.W, Limiikii I.i tin i.i i v.  ���������-'.-���������.I ������cc. ������i  TIMBER NOTICE  NoTii-: is iii-:m:nv <;ivi;.\- th.a ihinv  ilays- after date vv,e intend to apply to the  lion. Chief Coinml-1-.ioiic.r of Land- antf Work-  for a *.pecial licen-c Lo cul and carrv aviay  tiinlior fiom llie followiiiL- dc-cnbctl lands  sRn.ite.-aoi- near llie .Standard Ha-in, R������*iel-  sloke l)i-irict. ConiineneiiiBal a inist pl.mlcil  ahoiil 1| miles North of Standard Mine and  marked "P. M. & 1). Co., Ltd. Lv'sS. \V. Corner Post." thence noith ifio chains* thence eiw-t 10  cliains, thence aouth 1(K) chains, thence vve-t 10  chains- to place of commencement.  Dated 20th day of October, A. U. 1905. ���������  Pri.nik JIi.vint. a.vd Dkvkloi'.me.nt  Co.Mi'ANY, Limited Liability.  -  o~-.ov.2i)         Per C.J. Rumens, Agent  Let your friends in other parts see  something of your district by sending  them "Picturesque Kevelstoke."  Price gi  llie  .,i.,viaia    oi-'  'idiCiULiAaiONS    COY-  ,       l*.U.M..(J    Hit.   ulSi-UbAL.   Oi'-'i-iO-  .Ml.MU.N       L,A.i\L>������>    ' Wll'lllN       TU.L.  i 1..111.11A1    iSJiLT   I.N    Till*-    J.-'HOV-"  I.MJ1-.  Ul>'  liliri'lbli  cGLU-u-LJlA.      i  j\ i.n.ivr\.s|.J io cui iiinoui can ue ac- ���������  iiuil'eu oiii} .u public sompeuiioii. A  t������.ii!.tr*k'5.r*"������il per ix-iiiaio mile is cuaifeu  101 all' lllnuO , Ueiuis cXeu-pi U10~u aliu-  .ncu ������ui ul i.tlu lur vviiiuii llio icinai li  .it t.it! laiu ul'j ccius per acre lier aiinuiri.  Jl. auiiilion lu in*, iuiiiui, u������i-a at lilt*  tu.iow.ii^ raiia ale eliaitsa:���������'  .5.1WH lumber, .ou cuiui per tliuuuanu  i*.*_-l   ij.iii. j^tir- ^ ���������       I    (  - iianw.i}   ilea, ultflii ai^nlno fcut Iuiik,^  i V*. Itliu i u-l ii-llla oi.ew.  .....iiifciu uuila, '^j tLiila u. cold, i  .in  utiiL-i   j'luiiuCLs,  0  per  tent   on  .S.IICN.   ' a    I ���������  jv iicciihu la IbsucU bo soon aa a���������bortn  ii Bi.uit.u,, uul in hilivejcu tcii-ltory Ho  tiiiiuei- can' ue cm uu a oci'lli until liiu  iiLtnsuu Had inaiiir a suivey  iliciuut. '  leiiim.s  iu cut  uiabur aie ai-u  tjiantlu  al   pULillC   CUllltJUlltlUll,   UX*-L*pl   in   tiiU   ca^o  ul  actual   *iotlicr*s,   vwio   lenune   tuu'Uni-  i!,'   iu.  'mill   VHll   u*>c.    '  ac-ltiei-j. r aild 'oiliuin . >uuy aibo.ouuiln  in.-lliiua iu i-UI,UJj io llAl cul Us ul WUOU lol  aa.u     VWlllOul    vAlllipuLlllUll. "      >'  ,   j nc   uuu  pa}uuiu'uuuur   a peiinjt  .'lie  tl.M  pel'   UluuaallU   luul"x...>l.,   IVf   JX4"aiu  iiinucr :inu aaiviuss ul any nuou ca-  ucjii uuk, lioin l-Z iu 1 iri ccnlJ vnr nncoj  tout lui buiiuui^ lOJJ-ii Iiom U_l-J io iJ  ceiiiS per cuiu lor wuoti; 1'cell I lur leiicu  ijusus; 4 cciua lol*. ionA*ay lies; ojiil *^i  _cui3 pur cuiu lor bluii-;!*- uoltb. , ' "  . i^cascs^Iui olaziliu ljuljiuai-b JSu laaUua  lui a loiin ul Ivseiii}-uii������ }caia, at a  icnlai ul uvu.ccina per aciu per a.imum.  liui janua may uu jiuiciiaaed al ������iu  pn auic lui suit *_uai anu $M lor auuira-  ciic. -rsut niuiu tiuii ai a.cica uiuy be  ~<.i1uiii.u uj uii<.*"iiiu.vluuai or company.  i.u}.iny at inurtiaio ui iu ccnis i*x- luu  ut .mi puunub is coilucieu uu inu ifrubb  uuipui. - - '"   .  -j^uiucb fui laud ror afiiculiural pur-  pusi-a may be made pcraouaiiy at Lne iu-  cai iiinu ullicu lur luu uiainul la wnicu  me laud iu be talieu, up la' ailuatcd, 'oi  ii 'tne iiomesLeauei ueaiiea, be mo.y,-on  ajipiKauou iu tin- iiinibtui- ol mo mierioi  at ULiai.a, me Commissioner ul UULUlsia-  nou9ai vi iniiii't.-*, ui me local ajjent lur  tuu i/i-.uit>, iii.inii wnicn liiu laoid is  auuaieu, lecene auinoniy for bOine onu  tu maitu eniij   lor, uiui.  .l lee oi 4lu is cuaised lor homtbieaU  ci.uy. -- , . ���������    '  ?  A. selilcr v^ho lias lecelved an entry ioi  a. uuuiubieau, is leviuuea to peuurni tuu  couuiiiuns cuiineoieu Uiuiewiui unuer oue  .ol   tne  loliovvniK  plans!���������  i,i> jtt ieabt sijt moiuiib' lbsldence upon  aim euiuvauoil oi  me laud in eacu year _  uuiuiy  inc'ieiiu ot  tnroe years.  il is me piaciicu ut tue JUepaitment to  leiiune a settler to briiiir io acres under '  cultivation, oui it uu pieiers be may suo-  atitute aiuck; unci ju-uead or cuttle, to be  autuauy ins own piuperty, witn DUiIuinss  lur lueir acuuuiuiuuauon, will'be required  niaieau  ut  cuiuvanou. ' .  t-j it tne  lamer tor mother, 11 the fa-  luei   is  ueceasea;   oi  any  person  wiio is  cii-io.e lo make a homestead entry'undcu   -  tlie  provisiona .ot- tbe  Act,   resiuea   upon  a  larm   in   uie' vicinity   ot   tlie  land'en-,  tereU ior by such person as a norueeieau,  lue  i t-quiremeuis' oi  uie Act as  to   lesi- '  Ueuce-pnor  to obtatniut" patent  may  be -  sauaiieu uy sucu peisou reaiciinff wicn'tlie  ���������lamer or momer. - ���������   -. *.   <  W it   the   seuler   has-.bis   permanent-  iosidence   upon   larminy-  land  owned   by  him in the viclnuy ot ins nomes-tead, tbe   ���������  leiiuiiements ot  tne -Act as  to residence,,  may  be 'satisued   by  residence  upon  the*-*  said   land. , _,  Application tor patent should be made  at tue end ot' three years before the local  agent, sub-agent or a homestead inspector. .  Uefoie makins application for a patent,  the settler must give six. months' notice  in vvntinR to the Commissioner or Dominion L-incis at Ottawa, of his Intention to do so.  W.  W.  CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  Ottawa, Februray Hth, 1505.  ft  ~*l  to  Halcyon Hot. Springs  *y������anffaritim.  Under the new management of  McI.vtosei,   Hoffman   House  Kossland.  Harry  THE MEDICAL WATERS of Hal-  cv-on aie the most curative in the  "i?f x " A Perfect, natural remedy for  all Aeivous and Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments  and Metallic ��������� Poisoninp. A sure cure  for "That Tired Feeling." Special  rates on all boats and trains. Two  mails airive and depart every day.  Telegra h communication with . all  marts of the world.  Tekms���������Si:* to SIS per week.    For  fui ther particulars apply to  harry- Mcintosh  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arroiu Lake. 3. C.  WAH CHUNG'S  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  Crockery of all Kinds.  Plain and Fancy.  Best  makes of Japanese  China  Ware.  and  Splendid supply of Fresh  Vegetables from S. D.  Crowle's ranch.  TO PRINTERS  t*  For Sale on Easy Terms  One 12xIo Westman & Baker Platen  Press with power fiuiugs.  One Xo. 1 Double Polhemus Printers Cabinet.  One liettis Space and Quad Case,     j,  One Dick Mailer and Mailing  Type  One Franklin hand Perforator.  One 28.iuch Lever Paper Cucter,  These goods are absolutely new, never  having been used.   '  Apply to  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  PUBLISHING  OO.  LTD.  Revelstoke, B.C.  - .       i  *��������� ', .i rr*
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OIL AND WATER
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keep a full supply of above
in ali colors.     Also
Brushes, Palette'Boards,
- Mixing Oils, Sketching- Blocks
and any other article: you 'may
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KEVKbSTOKK. U. C.      i-
'    , BORN.     -     ,
Ecki.a.vij���On Nuv-    Kith,  tit  Salmon
'Arm, to Mr. and Mi-s.NqIs JOckhmd,
'- n son.      .       ' ,_
"       "married.
Swan-son-Au.i;n���On Nov. Sth, nt St.
Peter's Church, Ilevolbtoke, by Kev.
U. A. 1'iucunior, .Kied Swan-ioii, to
Katie,1 eldest daughter of Mr. nnd
���Mr-.. 0. JL AJIeu.
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"McKi.v.vo.v���At Kevelstoke,* 11. C,   on
S.iunday,  Nov.   *lth|   J.IUf),   Agnes
- Jean, beloved daughter (of Mi. .and
Mrs. J.J. McKinnon, aged 21   years
and 5 month-i.     ���_ , i
Local and General.
fS. Needbam junr., i&building n'largc
residence on*Thiid Stieet west.
'     Negotiation's aie prcceedingJor  the
, erection of a large liotel on McJvcn'/.ic
Avenue. ',x      '
Sir George Williams, ' founder of
Young Mens Ghrist'iiin Association,
has died in London.
The   investigation   into   Equitable
Lite   atYairs' reduces   the   a'sscts    by
( ���j.18,000,000.
The shortage  of'Killhouse  Brown,
the Bnnk'i of   Hamilton   ninnagci, .is
.. $90,000.        ' r -,
Eggs are selling'at 05 cents a dozen
' at Vancouver and are practically un-
���   obtainable. *    <��� .      "
Owing to a report that 300 tons.of
���Ashcrofts have been frozen, potatoes
have.jumped last week $2 a ton. L
"tV.** Fleming intends building a
butcher shop on Fust Street, next the
site of his former premises.
Mrs. Xeedham was removed to the
Hospital Wednesday night suH'eiing
from a broken leg.
, Eighty laborers arrived from Winnipeg yesterday- and quickly found \vo~k
in the lumber camps.  < '
J. E. Long had one of the best crops
of potatoes grown   in   the   vicinity  of
the city this season.    The tubeis were
.  of enormous sice.
\\". A. Msicdonald has completed
his contract for the plastering of the
new idilivay station and also of the
new school at Arrowhead.
��� The . Dept. of the Interior have
awarded a contract for $100,000 foi
putting in a vvatervvoiks systen at
Banff.
.   It is stated the C. P. It.  Telegraphs
will move part,  of   the  old   station to
McKen/.ie A venue for theii   telegraph
' ofhee.
In view of the rise  in   the  value of
Kevelstoke  real  estate,  the. C. 1\ K
will raise the price on   the   town   lots
remaining unsold.
Sam Hughes has been breathing
sulphur and brimstone io the Oi.mge-
men at Vancouver. Among the other
extraordinary things he said : "'It
make: me fairly hoil," he said, -'when
men like Dr. Brvce, the head of the
Presbyterian church in Manitoba,
stand up and say that the Protestant
ehurch i- an oft shot of 1-tom.ini-in.''
John IVtrg, working for (ho Columbia IJiver Cn. nl Knnlt, wns brought
io the hospital Tuesday, Imviiit*
chopped oil' I bo indov. lingi-r'of his left
hand. 11 is injiii ics weie al tended to
by Or. Ciot-i.       ,
Tbo sivr-yonr-o-d daughter nf An-
dievv Il-idd, rniH-hiT, was killed nt
IJonniugton Km I Is by the felling of n
tree by bur fullier and ollur-i. The
child wat* sent. In call lire p u ly In dinner'and wni not pereciveil. , 0
"10. (!. Kronicy has; obtained Iroi'n Ihe
\\" 111 in m Hamilton Maiiufuctiiiiiig
Ooiiijiany the contract for the alone,
concrete und wood woik in conncc-
fion with I he inslallalion'of the new
walor power and electric machinery al.
the city power house.
In (he election for Albcrln tho
Liberals swept the province, winning
17 seals. Only thicb r Conservatives
have been returned, ' l'ciinelt, the
leader, being befoa ted in Calgary a nd'
.'r. I'rett (lefeati'ii for linn IV. There
me live seats to hoar Irom.      .
r
The ease of Xagle v. Ilaibor Lumber
Company lias again been befoie the
full court when .lu.slieo Ij-ving fotind
for- dismissal nf Mr. Naglo's nppeai.
but Justices Mai tin and Dull' declared
their inability to come to a decision
till thev hoiiiil counsel airnin.
J)r. Cross has explained to us the
rensnii'for bis action in witbolding
fioni Tlie prn-*s'the piii'lioitlni-.s of the
inquest at Kiiliiioii'Arin, and we must
act in it, the undcsiiabilitv of the puhli-
cation. He has laid Ihe facts befoie
tin; Allorney-tienernl to take notion if
necessary.
Dining his tripr east O V. bind
innrk, with his usual entotpiiso, did
nrissionniy work for Revelstoke froinii
tourist point of view, nnd several
Minneapolis) people told h'im' they in-'
tended taking in Revelstoke ne.\l
season. '       < �� ���
Wo acknowledge receipt of the _enlarged edition of' tho Okiuiagnn, published at Vernon by Could Bros.' Jt
is,a newsy, pit-pei--and should meet with
stiontrtfaiipport. J. Kennedy, formerly
of the.Columbian, will be "the* editoi
of the new paper, and it' will thus be
in the nands of one of the best newspaper men of the west.
Work has been siaitcd on the new
powor and electric installation at the
city povveihouse, iind the lights have
had to be tinned oil' for two weeks in
consequence. The now plunk will give
double the lighting capacity of tbcolil
plant., .is soon as the meter installation is completed and it is ascertained
bow the system is working,''it is intended to lccluce the present scale of
light charges.''
The death ocouned on Saturday of
Miss Agnes Jean McKinnon, aged 21
.vears. The funeral took "place Wednesday, Rev. Father Pecoul conduct-
in. the services at the dtholicChinch
a'nd at thu grave Theie was a large
atiendiince. The pall-beniers were
.Messrs. Oarbei, Tagg.ir t, fituidy. Ross,
C.'R iMacdon.ild, and R. Calcy. Many
preity vvrcnlhs, weie sent. Much
svmpnthy is felt for the bcienved
pirents and lelations. Among ,the
wreaths placed un Miss McKinnon's
grave were those sent by,Mr. and Mrs.
J. ti. Macilon.ild, Mr. and Ills." R. S
Jackson, Mr. and Mis. J Robinson,
Mis and Mrs. A. A.. Macdonalil, Mr-'
J. Calcy, Hr. McLean. A. Ross and J
lMcKinnon, Kevelstuke, ,-rnd J. Craw*
fold, Phoenix. J J. Mclvinnoti, father
of deceased, arrived Thuisday having
failed to get a toli-gi.iiikin time for the
funui.il.
Social & Personal.
Citpt. Aimstrong. of Golden, cune
over to Kevcl-.toko .Monday on Alining
business, lie said he was astonishi(l
at the evidence of piogic-a.
��� Mi. and iMrs W.I. Hrigq-s and two
children iiriived today "The 'faiiiily
vvill now reside permanently rn Revelstoke, having taken Mrs.* Ujjui no's
house on McKen/.te Avenue.
Mis E. C. Kiomey returned home
this week from Vancouver and is
steadily lecov-eiing from the opeiation
she underwent at the Bur rani
Sanitaiium.
On Satin day night his friend-* entertained Pieniier MoBrideatdinner.it
the Motel Revelstoke and an enjoyable
evening was --pent sovei.al speech***!
being made.
RAIL AND STEAMER.
I) Kimi'l his bet u ancstfd -nl
'Miinl,ie,'il,(iii a charge of sleiliun $800
from the Older o li.nhvny Telegr.iphei*,.
' The Cr-.ind Tumi: bus $.'10,000,000
cash in , hand foi Ihe piiiseculion of
Ihe Gland '11 link Paoilie! '   '''
The C. P. R. had eight men arrested
nn ticket scalping
A Winnipeg despatch says Ihe
Sland ml Oil-people nre absorbing the
Canadian Pacific railway.
'..M. K When (ley, of Mr-Lend, linr-
bei'ii) appointed mechanical1 stiperin-
terilenl, of Ihe K. nnrl NT. mil way, nnd
is .succeeded n{ McLeod hy K. I!
IVnnofiilhor, of Calgary.
Additions   nro   heing  made   to the
phnl   of   Iho   C.   P.   It   shops here.
Among nlhpr 'things n  Inige   hoist^is
now en route for  installation   in  ,lhn
shr.p,   and   in i-iiiigcincnts   are   being
made for an extension of-the building.
Several C. P. U. (iicruen .left  Tuesday for (In.   piaii io, _ where  Iheir  services aie wanted in moving the wheat
crop,   , k-cveul eng'nen .- io also being
sent'the'c   from    this   division,   and
.-.onu'   new /jiiunii's  oi _1114-  700 olas.-,
built iii the   Montreal   simps,   are-on
tlit 31 way  to   In-   added  lo ihe mot ive
PYwiT   ill    Revelstoke.       The,    track
.iccoiiiinodalion   nt the   round   house
will aiso be lonsidi.i.ibly evlendyl.    t
Tbe   Northern . Pncific   will   .spend
$r),00(),(l()0   on    building   a'thice-mile
tunnel   iliio'ngli    the   Crn-culc mom -
tainsiiiifl shortening its loute   to  the
coiist by l(1il miles.  _ n   ��� ,
The C P. It -.tcnni flhnvcl working
.tb'ive Field wn- c-ipsixcd the other day
and it took some,time to get it on its
track again.  '  . '
Thu C J'. , II. have bought 'the
llein/.e land grant in Boundaiy.
, The V. V and 10. beat tho ��!. P. li.
in Ihe courts at Vancoiivrr over thu
Midway obstruction and got an -older
to enter the lands in dispute, but the
two loads have, big gangs of men 'still
obstructing e.iUi other. ,  ,
A freight tniin was l.uliy wiJckod
tin the I" .and N". ���    ��� "   ''   "     ,
Tho Canadian' Pacific'^, incie.isc in
net piolitj for the month of Seplember
was vciy" good���$507,202.*I0. This
pulls lire gain for the first quaiter of
the   fiscal   year  closo*to  the million
mink. . ��� *���
<���   i. ,
C P. R. earnings for the year nie-so
f.u $1'I,''0S,'ISI, and o.\poiises $9 09.'],-
050.
13. CainO/'./.i, vvh'o".Ins contracts on
the Xicola railway, infoi'ms us the
road-bed is rend,, ^oiMa'tck-laying for
ten miles out of Spcnce's Dridge 'and
excellent jnogiuss is being made with
I he wor k.
Tbe 0 P. It. have declined to accept no tender for thoadditknis lo the
hotels at Cll,icier and Laggan, and will
do the work themselves by day labor.
The lowest tender was al.out' $80,000
0. P. R olhci.ilc. e\;)ec'. to have the
stall' moved into the new station and
trains running in then? by the '21st.
The old stilt ton1 will iv.-iuiin in its pre-
-riit po-iiioii for tin- winter.
Business Locals.
I-'. C. rrnnii-y oll'eis for .- lie on easy
leiins, vvilh --ni ill cash deposit, his
hi ick lion-.* on Second .Sneet, At. a
I inn' when houses aie so hind to gel
in l lie city Ibis is a late oppoiluniry
in seenio ti biitgain. , , ' ,,
OUR STUCK' WAS N'KVBl! SO
COMI'LETI*:,      BIIOWN'S     CIGAR
STORIC.
. <
Theie is no n,oio acceptable Xnins
reineinhiance for your distnnt friends
I linn a good photo of vrnn.-elf. Better
hnve yoins taken now befoie the
usual holirlny rush at -,'Ti-ueinan's."
Try our specially made and gunran**
li'til' Car b.j-M'agnotic R issurs. Mo
boning, no grinding , Lawrence Hardware Co. ',    ;       ' ���   ti
Delicious chew ing Tally Ivisses nt
Rows' Drug Store.
Mis. Barnes, tniincd nurse, city, has
prep ncd 11 room lo Inke in   ninteririty
Cll.-l'l. ' ,
A new shipment of I'i-suil'ri Cnrpe-
Swoepei's just iu at Ian 1.:\ice II.u-jd
w.ne Co. ,        "
I'-iH.-jK.MAKIN'U���Mis Leo is pro-
,pn d to do ilie-siiiakiii,' and pain
si'v rug al her residence on Kuiirth St.
PlI'KS RKPAIRICD AT BROWN'S
CICAR STORK. .'     ���
Diessniiikers and nppiciitices Wiint
id. Apply to .Miss (juiigh, second
llooi, C. B. Iluniu'it Co.
H.ircules Siirings guaranteed. JIovv-
MixVKjuiiiJiuni-Sl.njj'-liii-j Iheni.   ,,   "
Lamps,'Taiinps, Lumps, nil sizes all
piiCf-i.it Lawieiici' liiinhv-are Co.
Comox.Coal���Best in the city. See
Siboiild and Krold, exclusive agents.
NO MEl'lOATUD C1GAKS AT
BROWN'S CIGAR S I'ORIO
A line selection of cm pels, Jlugs
and 1Matting at llowson's Kurniiuic
Stoic.
The Kooti:nay M.vn,, Family Her
aid and Weekly Sfai of Montreal, for
the whole of_ the yen IS90, and
pioniiiun picture "Queen Alexandra,
her giarid children nnd'do'^f.," will be
iii-nled to subsci iborsr remitting $2.0f)
to Ivootii.vav, Mail ollice. '
TUI'SWIOLLUST LINIiOK PIPES
lOVdiK SIODN IN RKVULSTOICI'",
AT BROW N-'S GIGA I* ST(-KI3.
(!. P. R. or Mill Picscriptions (lis
pensed nt Bows' Drugstore. 1
See It. How-son's furnituie store foi
Iron Beds with. I r on. Frame Springs.
Souvenir Novelties in large variety
at Bows' Drug Stoic.     ' <���
CIGARS YOU LIKE  TO  SMOKE
AT  PRICES  TjJfAT  DON'T BUKN
AT IJROW*N"S CIGAR STOKE.
'   BKOWIN*   WANTS'. YOUK   BUSI-
.NESS.
F Ci. BKOWN has had aii addition
built on to Jfis Cigarestore to be Uused
as ii Krading Itoom. All the leading
���Magazines, Eastern, Amcricau and
Coast Papers will always be on hand
for the use of Patrons.
- Coifiox Coal���Best in the city.    See
Sibbald and Field, exclusive agents.
Jleie's a snap! u Two papers for the
pi ice of one. For 50 cents the Kooti;-
xay Mail and Family Herald and
Weekly St.ir will be sent you ftom now
lilP.lauu.iry. 1st, 1000.' Rem it to Mail
Ollice
W A 1ST T E K
WANTED POSITION in D.-y
Goods store by Young Man, f>
years expi'iiencc. Good i-ccomiiiend.i-
linns.    Box 71.1, Revelsloke, (
WANTKD-G I It L, YiM^TjeliT^'Tri
House Woik. $-i(l a nioiilh.
No wiisliing oi* honing. Good Plain
Cook. Three iu family. Ticket nl.
C.I'.It. OITice���Mrs. Then. T. Ludgale,
A1 row-head.
l.lOJt SALIS-.. ATER lor- Silling
rIj Room, n fiT? new, a bargiiiti.
Mullens, New nn,ivt. '   "iSlj
WANTI3I3-Eight Prrsl   Class (J,*u*-
piinti'i-*".    Apply J. Kci n.-iglian
al Y. M. (j. A. I'uildmg. *   2!!ll
VXTANTKD-I'y Oliicago wholesale
'VVJ hoii'-e, special n-piesenlalive I'or
I'l-icli piovinc-e iu ('an,uln. * .Salary
ft��-").(l() and ('\penses paid weekly.
I'Xpensi' money .-ulvanecd. Bu-.ini'ss
siiccessl'iil ; position pi'i-iii.inenl. No
uiv'i'slnieiil, r eqiiircd. Previous ' ex
pei-ienei* not essential lo engaging.-���
Address General iMaiiager, IB2 Lake
Sti-eel, ('luc.igo, III., U.S.A.
������������(iDeri) .   '
$100.00
One man with $100.00 does not cut much
ice iu this world of nistle and bustle. ,
��� But 200 men en-operaling with $100.00 each ($���'0,000.00) can get a chance lo
eonipulo for some of the prizes thai now,only the capitalist's are able to grasp
TI I li
WANTI'll-Hy Chicago iM.-iiiul'.-u--
1111 iugr House, person ol trust,-
w'oi-l hi lies*, anil somewhiil l.-niiili.ii
with lui.il lei I'lloi'v','is assistant 111
blanch ollice. .Salary ,Sl,S paid weekly.
Peniiaiu-iil, position'. No invcl nienl
leipiiieil. Previous e\pei icnci'' mil
I'ssentiul'lo engaging. Addiess, Manager Branches, (.'oin'o Clock, Chicago.
���Ml
Want   poo, men with  from $50.00   lo   $100.00 each to-help'
compelr: Cor some ol" the profits that are paid out daily by the
Great   West.'for   the   products * of   Manufacliiriin*'    concern's
"Wanted to Rent. -    ���
Wanted���To Kent a St..ie on McKen/.ie Ave., Apply to J. G. Mac-
do.vai,!-*, -    ,      ' 202
s
1ITUATION    WANTIrll) ��� HOTKI
GHOCI'RY ��� Steady il.-in vv-iib
some .'xper-ience as clerk in gnu'ery
stoi'esinid hotels would ncei'pl woik
al mediiim vv.-iges, ,-is he vivmts to
improve himself in the l<*nglish language,    I. IX*cli*i'i'<i, P. O. Hev-elsloke.
FOR, SALE
ON easy teims, with small cash
deposit, Id'a icliahlu pui chaser-
HRIOIC HOUSI-l on 'Second 'Stii'.-I.
\Vesl, in thst class condition with best
conveniences,' Property uneiieiiiiibci-
i'd. For particulars apply to
27S    , E. C.*Flto.Mi*iY, Kevelstoke!
AUCTION SALE
CHURCHES.
Mecahnics: Farmers. Sportsmen
To heal and soften the --kin and remove grease, oil and mst stains, paint
and e.ntli, etc , use (be ''Master, Mechanic'.- Tar Soap. Albert, Toilet\Soap
Co.  mai'tifac-ttiii'is.
The date of the Contest, and Oyster
Supper, to bo given.'by lire Ladies
All,11 Society of tbe Catholic. Chinch,
will be changed fioni Nov. 17 to Mon-
d iv  the 20th at (he Opera House.
I am instructed by Mr. Roi'i'kT
Burger to sell at,his'residence
on Fourth Street,"next door'to
Mr. Woodlands, on Saturday.
Nov. lSlh, at 2 p.m., by public
auetion his 1-iousehold
''FURNITURE'
-.' Consisting of '
I Quarter-Oak Bedroom Suit, 1 U'ood
Bedstead, '1 Iron Bedstead, 3 * Bed
Springs, 2 Mattrasses, 1 Sidcboatd, L
Dining Boom Table. 1 Oak Parlor
Table, J Lounge, 1 .Return Booker, I
Cane Wicker Chair, I Wooden Rocker,
6 Cane Chairs, 1 -Kitchen' Table, J
Parlor' Stove, 1 Kitchen Range, 1
Clock, Cooking-utensils and Crockery-
ware, I Tttr'ning'Lathe and Aiivil.'iilso
' A Six-roomed Two-Storied -
0        Dwelling" House."  ! -"
Foi fuit'ier pin ticulars apply to
U. McPJIADURN, Auctioneer.
A
, "fj-e I'��'e chemiL-st kooiI Klin yet itinilc. By lliconiiiiion of il,cliilc down failure we h-ive
teen nl, c lo srenlly reduce the co*.l ot produclion nnd nl the nnie linn* lute kr-|,t ll,c Bun up lo llie
l-imouj '"ul' /f/mV/n ulimbrd of rimiiilli. inffly nnd ilimluliiy. Notice lire clc.m limplieily of
llih sun. The Kiiikin-inijiin nnd linidi nre perfect The vsciiihl 11 only 7 pound- 'Tho full choke
iLnrieln tire < <nr anlly Kind for iniokrksi n*i ��cll ns IjKck powder nnd to clnrnlx-rcd lh.il 2J' inch or
i,H Inch (hi Hi m.iy |K* Uv d Se\Lr.il ini]irnvelni*uls in llie 0|*cl.illnl{ pntti ninkc il ihe rniial. moil
rclinlili* nnil 1*^1 woikinii nun'in existence. Wo lire..ul id lo inike il iwwible for cvtry lover of guns
onu l-inl jlmoliriK lo kiI tins hnili m.ide rvixiilinu shol mm ,il so luw n price. ,        .
1    I lave >our dcnlcr order il for jou.  ', ' ,
Sciul/orllii ffiarfin Catalogue an J Expcucmc Hook I0.J1111.   Free for 3 s/nmpj.
7Ae fflcrrfi/i firearms ���6.,^'^��� street, New Haven, a
.     - -    . NOTICE      ,
\T0T1(',K IS IIICItHllY 'CIIVKN Uml, lliirly
,I> days after d,iti*. we iiilonrl loumily lo thu
(Jlnef('ciiiiiiiis*.ionmr<il band-.and VV ink*, lorn
-.puci.il license lo cut iiule.iirv nvv.iy linilier
rroin tin; lollovviii|'ili"-ui'iliLil liiniK:
Nn. 1.
CnniinunciiiK nl a-no*.l, iil.inU'il IIvo clmnis
fion; tlit: west ihoio ol UpiierArniw Lake near
(Japtnin Siindeison'*. C'.ilini .mil .ilmiil. m<: miles
rioni^Ai-iuvvliiiul .mil liuulci'il " HiK Hend
biiinliai* Cnmiiinv's biinlhuisl Coiner I'osl,"
I hence noil li ll.il cliiiins, dunce we si. 1(1 elm in*-'
llicnce'sontli Kill chains, thence cul 10 chains lo
point ot coiiiniencenieiitr \
lilG IJKND LUMI1KU COiMl'ANV, blAIITKI)
N'o. 2.
Cniiiinencin*r nl, a post iil.inliil live chains
fioni the \\'i**.l slime ot lljipoi .'..'tow Lake near
(Jiiptain Siiiiilurson's iiilnn .inii .ihonl t-i\ miles
liom Anovv liuiiil.mil in.irl.nl " \\\v, Hunil lami-
liei Coiii|i,iii.v's Noilhe.ist Corner J'osl," llicncc
Kill chains-.inilli ahin^ the hike slioiu, llienco
wusl III eliinns, thence noilh IW chain.-., Ihence
I'.isl 10 chains to point ol coniiiicncenic.nl.
Hill MUNI) I,millKIl COMPANY, MJHTKD
Ueliiber III, HKK
N o. It.
(JoinnicnciiiK.il uposl pliinled iihonl oni nnlo
east fiiiin rioliiiulii.i Hivu anil ahonl,onu mile
noi 111 hmil Ho^il'-, liiinch. ill the soiilhc.ist,
coinei of I'. Anion's noilh limit, ,mil ni.uked
" UiB Ucnil Lnnihei* (Joinpiny's Honthe.ist
Comer,Post," Ihunue uoilln ll.l eliinns, thence
w-o*.| III chain-., Ihcnce t->(inlh lliD.elmins, 1 hence
wisl lOehnins lo point ol comineiiceinont.
H|U IIKNII I.UMHI'Ilt COMPANY, LI.MITICI)
October II, l!Hi"i. <���> , !i.(S
in -want of
<>' k
Hay,"Veg"etables
,   write for prices to
L. E. Griffiths
," ���"   .    'Malakwa,  li. c,
Richard R. Copeland
, JOBHING'osMtPlfiNTKK .
AND CAJ'li\i'TilAICI*Jl
Mantles, Shelving,. Storm   Doors,",
New Goods
Arc arrivinjr every clay. Xo
old stock left, so come in
and keep posted on
the new stuff.
Import Brushes
Are here in  Miliiarvs. Ladies
&c.  All of the latest.
The ni.iiri.igc mis celel-iatcri at St
Peteia ehtnoli on Tluii**(I.iy of Fuel
.Suaiibon, formcily puiser of tli<*
stcamoi Kevel.-tolce, to ,MisS Kr,irie
Allen, Rev. 0. A. Piocunier pcrform-
ii)!; tin- I'fn innnv .Mi--, lalw ird- v:i��
IiikIl'-iii.uiI and .1. l' .-nihil i-iul -u|>
p )i led tlie groom. The li.ippj couple
left I'liursday for Kiciiiiinii*. (in then
lioneyiiiuoii trip amid the sjnud wi-he-s
will  make
M'     I'l-rns-
tiniiunt nf   M
K.-v  (',  .V   p..
ecpt inn illv     'j
occasion '   TI
l he merits i<\  tli<-
the voiiimc nf ti <
finiml therr ddly in (1
botrr.- anil   thrsn-i-lvf*-*--
pjtlnlir-f d h_>  ,il| .(ir!<
of in- n rron   kmi;-   nn   'he
th'* men,who  lalmn-ii   nr!
shovl      M i- ,i)i v
lai<
���Ah'
imi
��� riicic  w i-
-'Hi- ini .-tu.if
cnnior pri'ic e 1 .m e.\-1
niwl -iriimii nn I he |
e   <li<*ci-iiir<.i    di;.i!t   vvii ii i
ARROWHEAD
In:
���Ma-..nic nrdi-r.    In'lua    dinghter
.-��-���(! !.iw-vM���ild ���*L(.1-t.1.l|weckl,
I,   their nc!''li-1 r,      i      ,
M-',i,ry  -,va-, u"^1'"'(l-
,m<i P'j'iduioii*.,
tlimil-s    tn
pifk   and
'i-.ni'-M   nn r.i-t<"" i
frmn nn r aw n coriespfiiidonl.
Mi*  l'endei   who has, been   visiting
Ml;*-.        XOiVIll.lIl.     ff01   |
eft   Tuesday   on   Ihe
T. I.tulpate. iitrciiclcd   a   meetin;; of
Iniiihe-inie-n in Xcli-oii Mnndiiy last.
II   McCarthy, the   poptilai    inato of
to
hi iiiio or the U   I''. It.
ol    tlieir   liruiid.-       Tln*y
then home at ftloean Cily
A CALGARY
VISITOR.
What he Thinks of the Political
Outlook.
t iimpry   llu-   .|ii-i|itii"iti<.:i-   .if   the   tin*-.-   ICoot"il ly, has Iieon  dllcd
r:1:m- ' I.Ncl-im to work
M. MKililsi.���Snlijecl-   for   .-!iiH!,i\,'\t(Mm,...J tliuie.
am   ��� The Chri-ti in   thai    l,'"vcl��t"'l.-,     -���-,       , *, i ,,
..<���. .I-," i. in 'An ���nf.,ih���" ,Avn(\ ''^''"^H-n are all captivated l,v a
finchr'i; d.id." Mi*"- 1^'m-i* has ;**.r",ved | fhi.-imant of toy- jiist received ,it Mo-
11 or ji T   i.'iito f.i  ,rt   i- iim.ini-' i '��� iL'hi iii - s'rirr
Iv'm^ f'.i i.'-ii ���I! v    ,1   j;   [;,,ii, ,-t  j
-on   - I i ...iiid'K r   rhv i p'-ni'ii;   .iuhnI
Corporation   of   the   City   of
Revelstoke.
NOT! CE
The attention of the public ib called
to the City I*y-I,ii\vicqiiiringcliiiniiujb
lobe cleaned at lo-ist oncoevciy m.\
nionthb, and householders are reqnest-
to act accordingly.
The council is prepared to make
arrangements, with n licensed Fvvecp to
perfoinr the above work.    ,
If. FLOYD,
Citv Clork
AJOTKIIJ IS HKItRHY CIIVKN Mini, lliiily
J_> d.iysiillei dale we inlcnd lo npplj lo tli3
(rhief fjiiniiiiissioiii'i* ol Lands and IVoiksforr.
���>|ieciitl license lo cut and c.iuy iiw.ij tiinljei
11oni   the   follouiiii;  clcsciiliril  hinds:���
>'o. i:
CoinincnciiiK al, a posl planled on the vvesl
side or llu: iiuilh forlc ol Koslhull (Jnek and
���ilimil Lvvn and one i|iiiul"i' miles, iibnvo tile
lull- and nun hid "Hik Mend Liimher eoni-
li.my's Sontlivvisl (Joiner l'ost," llienee noilh
llilchiuiis, I hence west 111 chains, lheuce south
IliO chains,  thence ensl   10 chains to point ol
('OllllllC'llCCIIIMll.
' - , No. 'J.
C'oiiiini tirniji .it u posl pl.inicd on ihe east
^ide ol ihe noilh link-of I'osl hall Cheek iihonl,
one and one hall miles .ihove llie fork-, .mil
iii.iiki'il "llii; IIimiiI l.iiinhci Conip.inv's Sonlli-
vvcsi i onier posl. < llu nuc nni-lli ldO uli.iins,
I hence e.isl .10 clinin-. Illume suulli IliO chains,
llii'ini'Vic I III ( hum- lo peel ol coinniciice-
ini'i'l. '
.   i f*-'1'   *f*
( omineiii mil*- .J n posl, phinlrd.ihoii! one hall
iiiilu rioni III, nest hank n' Ihe noilh foik ol
Koslh,ill Co'i'; .uid .ilioui (inu mil<j ,ilm\e Ihe
loi ks and in uked ������ Hi^ Ik nd I.nmlicr Coin-
li.ui}'s --iniilicisl Cm in i I'osl," thence noilh
IMI ch un-. theme iu.I HI chains, thence sonlli
KKIc'i.iiiis, llii'iitu cisl. III I'h.nns lo poinl of
co.nil)' in eincnl. ,
, N" I.
Coniniein int,*.il n posl planled alionl one half
in.le fioni Ihe wcl, h ink ol Ihe norlh loi k nf
l-'o-Ili.Lll (Jieek and iihonl, four miles.ihino Ihe
loiks.incl mai ked "Ilitf llend liiimhci Coin-
panv sNoilheasI Uni'hui- l>o*.l."lliuncu we-tljO
chains, lheuce south SO chums,  thence east  ill
( ham-, I heme noilh Ml cli.un- lo p I, ol ioi.i-
iiiciu einenl. ,
urn iiknii i,ui\ini.:i! com pan v, lui.
Aiioh In ,id.  I1.C,
Ocl -it, IIKI'i _ ITiti.tO
Jobbing Promptly' Attended To
Third Sheet E.isl,
I2lc
Kevelstoke
I r   !���>.
ar    II    i m    and    7-:i0    p u,      S( i-i-ial I
iii.i-u* 'Vill he .in iml'i d
FARM AND*ORCHARD.
Back Combs
We have the newest and most
i ,
up-to date,
Perfumes
A dozen new odors have
arrived.    They are
simply exquisite.
Cross
Drug Company Limited
K Keltic-fin, the vvcll-kiinvvri con-
tim-li.i ui Calvary, and a fornicr n -i-
dent nf Iti vi Istnkc, -pi in thu i* i,i four
d iv" in r he city l his vvi i k.
Jleh.id hci'ii  on   an   cvtcndid   loin
of the   on.i-t,   and    ua**   on   In-  ��.L\
home lo r-npiioi t   lion    .Mi,   f'm' inj;,
tin; l.iheral canflidaii'   for   fi'^aiy   m
the'I'i n itorial clecrinii"      .Mi   Kitlli-
son is vv( II iih'ii-.*i d  nidi   tin    j,ro^ie-.
Ci IfJ-n y is   nirtkiiiK       h|i'.ikint,'as nn
Oian^'eiiian and   a   l,ihoial  he  h well
s.'itil-lied with the constitlitioii   or   the
.Voit'livvrst, Tfiiilririci, ,\u<l   fioml.H out
the school system  I-, exactly vvh it thfv
have   hither In   had   and    which    h,,-.
Kiven freneral    s itufacl ion,   as    In in?,'
fair and jn-t   to   nil.      R.  Ij   ];, n-iert"
the Coii.-ci vittivi; lender and candina.te
for Calj-ary, Ih fjuriorally regarded  as a
vvintlliiif' and a mnn of little influence.
Air. K'ettle.son cx-preHsed .siir|ii-i,si:   ut
the growth   of    Ki-vel.sloko   sinci;    l.e
resided here.
I,.,.
"I'l"
Nd-    i'.c'rlind    -'
><e-  "I ;i|iji|  -    m*i'ii    In
n Arm tin- -i i-(.u
Ii' f.i il illy, i.i   ( ik " a. ii.
the iii'i-t -'1(1*1 ^-liii -.'I...w i     i
in   I'.i II i-li Cnhiiii .1 i,   ins   ������,..
in_' In,ii -f.'iinri) iii  ,i, ie      ;[,.
. (ivei .ng III iv     ,11-ir*.     v I' Ii
pill t III" III    ���"' .on    he I'    	
part nl his i-ion ��� ii li.-i   on tin
,\fi.    (li II il'v    i-    ,il-,.   ini-iu.
��� \i i
l nicii
l.il.      i
i   in ,     ���
���|*   I' in-
���   mt' nd
a- (    ue
.   In
m 11
'   a
at
-prim.' un inn u lm n
inn *���!<( t in  \pi n
n put i e   r
la-,' !���< pl-iiK-r inrerri-in iu
me Iii_> Hen.I Liimlmr Coiupn.y'a
mi'il, nut hierii.ui    as   vva-   intimated
I  111   ( I 'Ol   I |S(   *,\"l l,-.
i
j      I he-,���,..,ci'  in th" P'rigli-ih church,
lOOOi !.-t .-'iinilny evening, vva-- well  atteiid-
'���Ir.   Jo!iiiuton's    discourse   vva*.
'iti-ri'*.:hi<;
Maih i    of   .-...ul.,   .uii'.dl   'in
I hiir--d.iv '-n imitc to the pi.ni-K*
he -viil iepre-<nt the    firg liend
I    Cm
���i i- the d He of  th
111  ji (_.<-'*  '
NOTICE.
AJOTir-l.: IS UKKKI1V OIVIW llut llnilv
i\ (I'lvsafler dale mo inlcnd lo .ipph In llu-
Chii f i'(inimi-siiiii(..| of I. mils ,ind Woik-, loi ,i
s|ieci.il license in ( nl .mil cn-i-j .iw.ii limhci
fioni Ihe Inllov,im,'(l(-(,nl)Ld hind-.
Coininc m infill a |io* 1 pl.inn d nl Iheiioilh-
vvcsi unniaol IC.&b. liluck Slid 'on Iho west
**idc of L'piioi Alio a* l.nl,e and ininUed- " Ijik
llend laimlier Ciiiiipui}'s .Soiitliuesl C'oi n< i
Ho-t' Ihciieo noilh IW) clnins, (hunoeu.isl III
chains, thence <,onlh Kill chain-. I hence lies! III
(h.iinstn poinl of comiiieiKcmcnt.
nre. iiknii i,i;miii.:k co.viiwnv i,imiti:d
ll.il'd Nov. .1, l!��r*.
YODO FUJI
i has r-eopi'iied n        '
RESTAURANT
*- * on Aldven'/ie Avenue. '
Open Day and Night. First-Class Service
].">7(c
Clocks ! Clocks!
8-Day, Jfiilf Hour   Strike,   for
���f'1.00 only.     Iiitnited  Number.
J. Guy Barber
NEW BARBER SHOP
.1. O. iMoi-ir.m's H.-u-her Shop,
FIRST STREET
N now open. Old Customer:, and new
e.in depenil nn * icceivin^ the host
attention. Compressed jm* li;iiidie-<s-
iiifV.iiul niiussairi' ei|iripinent  iuMalled.
NEW PATENTS.
t
\i.
..'inn
Wh
v, I  -I
ii"*I  I.adn*'
ROCKY  MOUNTAIN RANGERS.
Inspection by Col. Holmes.
Col.    Ilolne-   ui-neefed    Up.   Jjm,.'
itoke    i orps     of      Co- lev     .M".rnri"i
li'angcis in,   Tip -d.i},    m.'ht I le *i
was    an     i x-i i llenr    mu-.ii i,    ��� *,. i     '! ,
meinhfi-, I euii; pre-" nt       lie  ( >,|   IM.|
com ji i men 11 il the ollieciv  i ml o i n ,,.,
then   I,eat ,l|ipi ,i   ,un"i     on    p,i    nl,    ,,���|
on their drill,  and   reen I id -hedn'1
hall  "as not  | irge ermueli to put  tie in
thn null    more   extended    "-ohmon.
He icl'i i icd   io   tlie   o uupl nuts  m uh
ag ii'i-t    tin    in. in lie is    .f    the  em p-
HlmoMinr on Mm rilli! 'raiige on 'Sunday
nioniing and said   while   ho   had   his
o/ ii.idea.s 'nn tho ma tier he ivnuted lo
-ce them make a. good record   in theii
.shooting and ndviKcd   iheni to  allcnd
yhiirch parade.
BANKING.
1      Mi
, uf r l,i
III.,  p,
I lo Die
1!   nl
'f'.'ri-, v.lio li,n   I* ui   iii.iu.igu
IiniifTMl lii'ik    it   f'tl^iry   \hr
*' '"ii jf.ir-, In-' hi'ui   {irmiiotf r|
P ji'ion    of    nHp'Otoi   of   the
Herb. W. Edwards Injured.
Hi-rli'V Fahvarfls, of |>(m Moinr;s,
1'iw i g it a fall on ,in icy vvii J |< last
vviiitf i Jpr,iining lm wrist and hruis-
nig his knees. "The neft flay," he
!.-ay.", "they were, ho hoi-i: and .still' I 'win*'
afniifl I would have l,o .sl.ayin hed, hut
I rubbed them well with Ohaiiibfir-
Itiiii'm I'ain IJalin, nnd after a few
appliea.tioiia all tioreneHs had, ,cli��-
aiipeurcd."   For snlo hy nil di-uggi-jtu.
T. \V.   ICveiett,   of   Viiiicouvcr,  was
-,'i.inlid leeenlly, t,hroit��h the Agency
nf K. Uiiiiain, patent  attorney,   Vhii-
fntivei,a 0'iiiadifin jiitlent on aleathei
;in -ei vim; juifl   vviiter   pifuifinj;  rom-
po"ilinii, pin lici'larly desiynefl  for the
iciifleiiiif: walerpioof of hoot and shoe
nobs      I'ndcr tli Ik patent tbfjlealher
r-so tieaied Ihat  the inatei ial   of   tho
f-ompiitiiid permeates and   t.hiiioughly
fill-ihe jmr-oHities of the  leathei,   not
onlj lenilcrriig it   perniiineiitly wnler-
proof, hut, as the eompoHition  is  of  a
lou^h   and    wein-rcHistiiif;   oharaeler,
fonsiderably i nhaiicing tho durability
fif the "olcs
The i- venlor and his jmrfiici, Mr
(;, U'elib, and "ill. Afodiegoi, lire well-
known I not and fdioe denier of (jriin-
villfi Siieet, vvho are iis.socrnted to-
^etlif r in the explfiitntions of Iho
patent, have been e.x'perimoiilrng for
some little limo with the invention
and aie peifeclly Hiitiofied with it,
They imp nt prcont negotiating with
l-'iistein hiuis for ils adoption on
extended sea.le.
SS GARVIN,
TlflACIIICIt  QW  1*1 A NO FORTJt"
liiifif.'igfiincnts iiccoptod for At-
I Tonics ivro. .Tliuory Less-ons a
speeiiilty. Kttiflio nt Mrs. Rows,
SSccnml yI root.
E. McGaghran & Co.
ARROWHEAD*
Fruits  and  Confectionery
Tobacco, Pipes and Cigars
I'litent jModicincs.    I'liiin nnd   Fancy
Soups.    Hooks ,'tiul Stationery.
Billiard and Pool Room in
Connection.
Von (..in ilupi'iul on to liu.il yuui lionse or
stole
IS GALT COAL
-,'oiiiiinr coal, not, slate oi lijriiUo.
ALSO 200 CORDS WOOD
WIOU, SKAbO.VKD
Onlurs lefl ul thu lsi\\ renou Iliiidw.ue Store,
oi at Simj Hies Tobacco Slotu, promptly
altdialed (o.
HOSPITAL BALL
The Hospital Hall will ho held under
the au.spiee.sof the batlics Auxiliary on
NO VISM UKH 2:{l(|. Thc annirge-
riient.s have never heen so complete to
ensure nn enjoynblu f-ocinl function.
Sfofi
J. O. Hutchison,
"i I'-IltST JSTliKKT.	
WOOD YARD
l have star-led a peiiiiaiient Wood
Yii.rd.__on Thinl street. With my past
experience 1 hope to he in a position
to satisfy all r-equiiemenks of customers. Ui-y eoi-dvvofid kept, in slock .������.nd
supplied in any lengths nt reduced
prices for ensh.
It. SAMSON
nn
bet, your friends in other parts see
.something of your district byjSciidiiig
them "I'ioturosqiie i'evelstoke."
i'ricc $.1, '
Wm. Fleming,
\V'liolu*��il(.' uml  KoUill
Meat Mepehant.
Revelstoke Restaurant
Mrs. II. J. Jlit.ibury Alnnngrcss.
F    r-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
Ijitr^'o .DiniiiKrmnti for
I1,iiii|iio|s, .Snpiiori., otc.
Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIRST STBJEET,  EEVE. STOKE
"ish   aiicl   Game   in    Season
First St;, Revelstoke.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F;   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
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