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 NOV 141904      ������)      Z0^  *9  3  *���������"   vi-f'v-."' *  D BY  5,500  Vol. 11'.���������No.   33  REVELSTOKE., B C.NOVEMBER 12! 1004  THREE VALLEY LAKE, EAGLE PASS.  a-  A Fine assortment of*  Dress Gbqds5 Ties,,  Blouses, Fall and Win-  ",  ,' l " ���������    t ~i������r . ,    .  ter Goats, also a new  J and complete stock "of;:  Men's Boots arid Shoes,  ���������> t- r  Hats, Caps &c..'    Gall  and inspect.   ;  E BROS  Ens .ix ��������� -   ''   '  Choice Groceries,, Flour/Feed-kid Vegetables'  DKALEnS.IX  of all kind*..'  Crockery,-Glassware,"Lamps, FulKStock of Al1;'  uminum, Copper, Enamel and Tinware'* '���������  EVERYTHINC^IWSTOVE LINE  -'    Pipes, Elbows, Stove Boards, Grates"    '  '.','< - ���������        ,i - ,    ��������� ' -  Agents for MeClary's Famous Stoves.    :-, '"���������  ��������� > .'��������� -' ' * '     V  -  '   > - '   I '  Prompt'Service for City and 'Shipping Orders  REVELSTOKE, B.', C.  i  y* <  ,   ",     .SITE OF'TIIB MUNDY CO'rf. SAWiMILL  ,_ .' The new sawmill to bo est.d-liehcd at Thiec Valley Luke will'be owned by the-IMundy Luinbor'Co., of J3rail fold',  Pennsylvania. . Mr.* Mundy,' of Bradford, is piesident uf the company, and will.visit tlie district' shoitly. to-complete  all anangements for building the mill'and instal ing the plant. ..Meantime E. JI., Sclioonmakcr, the .manager, is  getting a gang of men at woik clearing out Three Valley Creek in readiness for floating logs, and will start next week  the erection of a logging camp on that creek.    The'company will later-'pi" '        ->.    ���������   J     ���������< .    .-       tovvaids the Spallumcheen and Mabel Lake.  company will later-put in a loggings railway, to handle the logs  ' i    "'        ~< .'^,        <     t   ���������*.  E. Steiss, the well-kiioivn'lumberman,"has joined the staff,of the Mun'd.y. Lumber Conipiiny." "" "       ' V' -r  Mail' '  Order -  DepW "'  CdUta'$E&  <-   -.u*i'J,i. .        ���������<( i  Write  LIMITED.' i-  . F.or*  Samples.  DEPARTMENT   STORE  When sfood dress-  ers find a store where  ''they can buy clothing  that suits them they  tell one another about  it.    Our Brand  20th  CENTURY  CLOTHING  'is creatine   this   kind ,  of talk.    Original de-  sisfns studied out and  **������     (.  adapted with- great  care to the demands  of particular wearers  give our garments  'smartness.  Hand work by tailors   makes our coats  hold the shape.  No more lining canvass or work could be put  into a suit by any tailor. ���������  Come in and let us talk with you.  New goods .arriving daily.  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  (Jnpiliil Aiilliorizort, $1,000,000.   Oimiliil Paid Up, S.1000000.    Ho-,t, $2,6,--0,000.  I read Ollice, Tohoxto, Ontario.  llriinclioM in tho Northwest Torntorios, Miinitolm, Ontnrio und Quobcc.  And   tho fiilliiwiiiK iKimts  in   llriUsh   Oollunbiii:    CiMiilmmk. Onldon,  Nulsiin, Hovolstoko, Trniil Lnko, Viincolivor and V icUirui  1' K Mr.lini rr, I'rosidont. D. It. Wii.kii:, Vii-n-ProMcloiit mid OiMioral llaiuiRor.  JI  IJay, A<.slsliiiit"Uaiioriil MiuuiKur.    \V. Moi r,v r, I'liiot liHiioctor.  Revelstoke Branch, B. C.���������A General Hanking Business Transacted  .Siivium Dupiirlnioiit���������DupnsilM Ili-coivad and luturuxl Allunod.  DruflH snld nviiilalilo In all purls (if Caiiada, IJnitod Slatin and J'uropa.  H|ii)Uiiil alluiiticin Bivijii In riilluclliiti-i. - A. K I'nii'i"), Miiiiiii;or.  THE_WAR.  The Conditions'at, Port Arthur  Japs Make Steady Progress  With Siege���������1300 Russian  Officers Killed. ������  'Advices fiom.Poit Arthur hetvvcen  November 2nd and 4th sayttvvo steamers of'3,500 tons) each anchoicd in'the  west harbor were' sunk " by the Japanese guns November 1st and on the following day another, steamer of 3,000  tons was also sunk.: i- g- ,  V, Tvv o gr cat explosions wci c Iic.tTi d and  on the night of November 3rd the .Tap-  anise occupied a foil since called Jch-  inob, owing io the'fact that it'had  been bilively captured by'that general.  Three Held guns, two machine 'guns,  tlnee toipcdoos and many other trophies were captured. The Russians  left foity dcad.V  A vigoiousbonibiudment with naval  guns was dchveied at noon, November  3id, against the east harbor dockyard  and nthei points, as a re-ililt of which  a lieicc conllag-ation occimed near  the cast haibor. The suiiie day fiie  of huge calihie gun*, was chiectod  against "JLV foi t, a height of 200 yards  and vvilh a noithwcst tower. Heavy  damage was c.uiacd by the boi'nb.ud-  ment on both foit and 'tovvcr. A  RiisdianYield gun placed at'a point  cast of Klcckvv.in niount.iiii w.isstiuck  by a Japanese shell and.dcstioyed.  The casualties of the Japanese in  the late attacks vveie 1,100. Over 000  were killed up to October 2!) The  spiiit of the men is magnificent. Tho  firing'of all the guns is ������ wonderfully  elVective. The climax to the late  bombardment came between four and  six o'clock Saturday afternoon. It  was a supcib spectacle. Eveiy fort of  the enemy was engaged and the fighting in the tienches was severe. The  outposts of the contending foices were  only -10 feet apart. At 1 o'clock this  morning one of thf Japanese trenches  collapsed into a Russian galleiy. The  enemy being surprised underground  fled in confusion.  St. Petersburg, Nov. S.���������The necessity for officers for service at the front  has resulted in tbe mobilisation of all  reserve ofliceis in St. Petersburg, Vil-  na, Warsaw, Ki-lV, Odessa, Moscow,  Ka/.an, and the Caucasus. The loss  of officers at Liao Yang andi below  Mukden was about 1,300. The'mobilization, while intended to supply the  deficiency, is also necessitated by the  grand scale on which the war in the  fur east is to be prosecuted.  Tokio, Nov. !).���������It U reported the  Japanef-c have completely silenced the  forts on Rililung and Susuiig mountains, and their main strength is now  attacking Etse mountain.  Tokio, Nov. 10.���������It is reported that  General Stoessel, commanding at J'ort  Arthur, has a"ked the Japanese for an  armistice, the purpose of which is not  ���������.tilted.  ti:kiuiii.k carkaoi:.  Chcfoo, Nov. 0, 12:30 p. in.���������The  Japanese continue to boinb.ud Poit  Aithur, and the shells aie falling so  fast that the Russians havcpiacticnlly  abandoned the lepairs of the work-;  protecting the harbor.  KIG1ITINC1 iii:siJMi:n.  Tokio, Nov. 11.���������The Japanese assumed the offensive at Jlun river  yesterday and occupied three villages.  The Russians later' re-occupied the  positions.  I". "A". Gillcy, a prominent citi/en of  Wcstniin-ter, was found drowned in  the Fi-ater river and foul play is  tu-pected.  Hon. F. "������V. Aylmcr, dominion  engineer, .-ays the Columbia River ib  two and a half feet lower than ever  known before at this season of year.  W. A, GALLIHER  " '    ' ," ���������    ���������f *.     '.  Holds Meeting at Arrowhead.  ..W. A.Gulliher, Liboral'candidate for  Kootenay, addressed a meeting" at  Arrowhead on Friday,' T.-Ludgate in  the chair. a\[r: 'Galliher went fully  into the agicement for construction of  the Grand Trunk anil the necessity for  the road, comparing it with -IIr. 13or'  den'sfproposal. He showed the maiked  progress'of Canadarlvy(its'inciease in  trade during the Liberal regime, and  icfeired to the grants which ho ,hud  secured for'his constituency and the  "necessity for looking after the interest *-"-  of the lumber industry.,      "      '  '.  Mr. Galliher  had  an  excellent  ic-  ception,_the only interruption coming  from a gentlo'iian  whose, equilibrium  haihbeen rather disturbed  by reading  some Tory literature in which Borden'-.  arithmetical  proposition    oust'have  b<-en  rather mixed to judge from the  way he put his questions and roin.n l-s  Said   he: J vants to kndvv vat vu- il I  about do ten per shents. <  i\Ii. G.ilhhei. You must have il,  Mr. Tory 1 vants to know about d ���������!  ten per shents     Ivin I Siiheak'  Mr. Gallihei: Ceitamly. '  '  Mr. Tor). Ladies'and  shentlemens,  KING EDWARD:  Toasted in ,theUnited States.  Anglo-American Unions-Canadian Premier of Empire.  New- Yoik, Nov 10��������� The 'I-lriLi-li  s'chonls and universities club of New  Yoik celcbrati'd King Edw-.nd's lui-th-  d.iy at its annunl dinner at ' olinoni-  cn's last night.. Both President Roosevelt and King JEdw-i'nl iveio tnii<.tcd,  ,iiKl-ln"i-,ve'i-y siieecir~thei-c'w.rs"rrfci-  once.to a 'fiituie Anglo-Ainoric in  union. . - '   '.  ��������� Chicago, No'v. lO.-^-At a h.uiqiiul. in  honor of King Edwaid's huthd.iy ,i  telegiam of thanks'from King Kdvvaid  wiis received in reply .'to onu sent enn  srratulating His Majesty on his birth  day. Richard Armstrong declared in1  ten years the vvoild would see an  inipeiial .federation of the British  Km pile with a Canadian as prime  minister, an Australian at the War  Ollice. nnd ii South African in charge  of the Admiialty. *.*  :A.--'-SCOTT;.  FASHIONABLE    TAILOR.  ���������**  GOOD   .WORKMANSHIP  '  "-    PERFECT  ,PITr  : y \  ' UNION   MADE -'  -f*,    i  McKENZIE AVENUE,  ,j j *- j- *  * *  - ;     ,     Next  R.   HOWSON' <fc Co  What's New  RUSSIA AND BRITAIN.  New York, Nov. 7.���������A   dispatch  to  the Daily Mail from   Tangier quotes ,i  iVdmii.il  HitojoscvcnsKy   was .annoyed    by    the  l*r itisli worships  following him   from  vat 1 vants to knows vas dis. vat   v.is  dis nine<of lens pu-  shcn'.s.    1 knows j naval  ollicer as  saying that  Mr. Gallihei ven he grows viskeis aii(l||Uojestvcnsky   was .annoyed  he knows nodi tigs of politics den, am"  vat I says v.is l__sphends tree hundied  dollars to  j-oes^to   Victoria  and   not  vots for McIC.inct. (Roars of laughtei)  Ladies and slientlemensyou can laugh  vat youse bleasc, but 1 says dis Grand  Trunk   railway   should   belong, to'di-  buplic.    (Renewed laughtci)  At this point someone niteiiiiptod  our friend's eloquence by moving a vote  of thanks to the chairman, and the-  meeting adjourned.  "v/igo. lid signal led: " If you do not  keep oil' we will Hie." - Th*.* Oiiii-.li  promptly answered ' Fiie nvv.iy." Th  kussian commander did not i-.itiy out  his threat. Four battleships are  follow ing "the (leet.   (  BORDEN RETIRING.  Foster Probably Conservative  Leader.  Toronto, Nov. 10.���������A special from  St. Johns, N.B., says R. L. Boiden  will retire from politics. The leader  of the opposition stopped at the New  Brunswick capital on his way to tin-  southern states, and later one of the  party leaders made a statement foreshadowing Borden's retirement. The  opinion in Toronto is that Foster will  be chosen lender.  In any case the election law will not  permit of a it.ember resigning before  meeting of parliament to give Borden  a scat.  Winnipeg, Nov. 10.���������Mr. Lake, Conservative, is elected in Qu'Appellc by  2*1 majority.   GRAND TRUNK.  Construction Will Start Early  in the Spring.  Montreal, Nov. 11.���������President Mays  ���������says work of actual construction of  the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway will  start as soon as weather |icrmits in  the spring. It will be pushed forward simultaneously at vaiious points  between   Luke    Superioi     and     the  Pacific.  .***.   PROVINCIAL POLITICS.  Liberals Expect to Defeat Mc-  Bride Government.  Vancouver, Nov. 11 ���������It is reported  the Liberals can obtain a majority in  the J'rovincinl House and that Leader  MacDonald is expected to lend his  forces tu victory as soon as the House  iisi-embles. Politicians talk of a  general election next Juno.    ���������  GENERAL NEW!  Thanksgiving Day is Nov. 17th.   .  Cards ton sulVercd a .1<20,000 lire.  II. M. S. Grafton and Flora have  been ordered to take on f-ill supplies  of stores and ammunition, and sail  from Ebqtiimalt under sealed orders.  A sad fatality is lepoitcd fiom  Mayne Island vvhcie "a boy named  Frederick was shooting at an otter  when his sister passed in fiont to save  iinotlicrchild and was killed.  On Saturday at Rcvelsinko, Earl  Jfettipiece had a portion of I in- thumb  and forefinger of his right hand blown  oil'by dynamite which another b-y  had brought him and asked ,him to  Set lire to.  As the result of \V. A. G.-iIliher's  ell'orts in settling the land dilliculiy  at Field several railway men are  putting up their own homes and ihe  town ib forging ahead. Field will he  one of tho most import mt touiist  centres in Annrica before ninny yeais  have passed  'J*X REFORM ni^  ��������� .        ^  ^���������jf in Overcoats?  *-'    ���������* ** l/TS.SrVf-I*tt  -"-vi-Hl-i*^   ,  Everyth:ng. You never saw so much  newness in'the wardrobe befor--.  I  Styles are new: not extreme k r radical, but distinctively differeit from those  of last year.       " ���������  Patterns   are'different,   too���������and   very  attractive in their  novelty and exclusive-  ness.  Fit-Reform fabrics are selected with  the nice discrimination that assWes  thorn   being   sanctioned   by   the  Canadian gentleman.  Aren't you ready for one?  $12 to $25  >,AJ  . '  ,s  v *���������>  This is a busy drug stoic from  the timo it opens in the morning until iteloses.it night.  Theie is always "something  doing" heic.  Wo novel- find time to -itnnd  around and suck our thumbs.  The very fact that we uie so  busy is a good leason why we  should be busy for VOU,  Walter Bews, Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  Noxl IIiiiiim's IJ look  Macdonald & Montieth, Revelstoke.  Carpets & Linoleums  At R. HOWSON & Co'S  FURNITURE STORE  l''UNI-*I'AL DIRI-XTOKS  AN J) K.M UAL** I *���������*'"������������������.  JMCTUHB  KKAMING.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Iiicoriiir.itfd Ijj Acl of rnrliiimciit. Is-Vi.  HICAl) OF KICK, - - MONTREAL.  W.vi. MoiAox Maci'iihk.sox, Pit's. H. II.  '"wing, Vice-Pre**.  .Iamk.s Kr.LioT, General Manager.  CAPITAL PAID UP  RESERVE -  $3,000,000  $3,000,000  Kvi'i-ytlnng in way of hanking luiMni'*.*, ii-mistcU'd without un-  ni'Cf'ssai'y- delay.  Iiili*ri**<t cri'diti'd twice ii ye.u at cuiient rates on Savings Ijank  deposits.    \V. II.  I'll ATT, Mmiiiger,  I*i:vi:usroKi-;. J*. C. THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  Hbe IRootena^ flfoafl  I'Ul'.l.lSIir.ll   SATUltUAY  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE. B.C.,  S2.00   Per    Annum  ���������v*  Subscription  AliVl-'KTlblVG IJA'I I''*" on .Hip ii'U'������*  CIiki"^ in -.taiidiiit! ndvuli-oiiitiits must  ik iiEv in in- ������ tiiiic-dn ofc.uli ivi-pl*. lo  ' -oc re boihI li-lilav* S-undini,' ilcUc-iU-.iit*:  hm ui will IhjciianKid iv* iceumom li vwth-  o i C'Mia cliai-uL I'd mon f. I ��������������� "l  nlieraiion*. tlie nine ouupiid in inril-iiiK  same will bu chftiKOd .U u-.ii.il ial''"-  Hill l-T.INTIXG pioinptlv tvcutcdnl ic.i-.on-  stble rate- '  TERMS���������Ci-.li-    Subsci iplions pnj.ililo "��������� -*'1  v ancc. ,  rni������IlK-.rOXDKNCK invited   on  mallei*, or  "public u.ieie-l.   Coiiimuinr'V^''- '������ ,*'-''���������-  tor   imi-l   be  accompanied   b>    name   o  "nier. not ncccss.ii ily foi publication, bid  i-ci ldt-ncc of Kood f-iiin  -honld be brief.  Concpoiidi-im-  Ti  M OKU I SON.  1) l!NT  ST  ovi:h  Ul MCI. -  m:\s-3 DiiLfi  bTOitr.  AKVBV.  ^cflABTBB jnk|.AWi  HVBIU-rKUS. solicitous, inc.  MUI.-.OVP    H.MC    I'l-OCK,   lti-.vir.-  SIOKK,  11  (.'.  Jlont} to loan.     o-  Oilkc-   IteveliloKO. n. l.  (!*-n S, .McCJAHn.u, r  a/JI,. 1'r.vkil vm,  Or-ncr-  Koit Si cole, 11. C.  "Ucielstoke, H. C.  A. II.vhm v.  I'\JI| fell (ill!   I!. C.  J  OIIX   .MANNING   .SCOTT    H.  A.*  L. L. I'  BAniiisfi-;n, SoLici-ruri, I'-ic.  Fir-.! Sir'-ei.   .     '        Hi'vi'ls.iiiki'. I'.U.  E  TlDWAKD A.  HAOCiKN;  MiNixc.  l"NC.iNi-:i':u,  (.Mem.  Ameiit.ui   Institute Jlinini'Kiikiih-i-l  (.Mem. UiiiuuliaiiJliiiuiB liislilulc.)  ~ '   Hi;VBLbTOKK.  B. <-'���������  Bviiiiiiialion of and ic-ioils on  Mnioi.il 1'iu-  ,      "pcrtics a fepcciiilt y.      ^     nol yd filled uie .ilto<iellioi    likclv  to ri (id lo I ho pi ("-en I I.i i ge in.ijoi il V  Ac- leader of the (ioiT-i-rvatiVi'  piulv .Mi. Borden li.nl tin* highest  e*.leein of the Lihei.il*-. Mr. Iloi-  ilon sought lo l.rise Ins pnity, to  infuse new lift'' mlo if, lo wean n  fioni it*- a-.'-oei.ilinn'-, -with the pnli  ho coiiupt'nin of I lie pif-d. lli-  (k-feat is not only n lo-.1- to the  CoriK'i Native p.iitv' hut lo the do-  niinion as a whole, nnd it is to he  hoped the repot t that ho intends to  lGtiie from political life i<- not line.  C'annd.i fan ill ritford (o lose such  men. '  Jn the face of the gieak'sl,  political tnum|)li in tho history of  Canada Ihe Liberal pnrty if. face to  face with tho gravest danger that  over heel a pnrfy���������that of a great  majoiity. Foitunntely thorc is nt  tlio head of the party in Sir Wilfred  Liuirier a man who is doteimined  on 'cleanness- in' his party and  public life and who is not likely,to  lo������c his head over his great success.  With'its great victory'it is more  than,cver necessary, that the Liberal party should lie earcful in ils  ,'iclininist'ration, that it should put  its foot down on any 'attempt at  hood ling or coiruption and strive  to make Canada a model for the  world in the purity) patriotism  and vigor of lmr public life.  T&be1fcbotena\>flfeail  SATU'KD.W,   XOVI-'.MI'i���������    :,.  I  flll-l.  Liberal  Candidates,  Trie follow rng candidates foi election  to the J'ouse of Commons .ue in I ho  h'elcl with the appioval and endois.i-  tion of tlie Libei.il paity and the J-.il>  eial gO"ernmcnt/and wi ask, lor them  the support at the polls of all electors  *��������� who are in favor of patnotic, just and  progiessive government- (  Comox.Atlin-W. SLOAN *      , -  Yale.Cariboo-DUNCAN ROSS     -  1   Kootenay- W. A. GALLIHER  'TiK'sdii v tlie 22nd inst. will he  elect ion day in Yale-Cariboo and  Kootonny, and it behoves every  suppoilcrof the Liberal party to  be on the alert So far as the government is concerned (lie icsull,  will'mn Ice noappiecinble cliffeionce,  but it may make a vast dil'leioiiec  lo the constituency ,lt is to I In!  interest of these c-orislilucncies lo  have a inenihei who is 'in tone li  with the' government, as it is  icasonable to suppose that a supporter will be able lo oxort moie  influence than an opponent could  Ik-member (bo 22nd and niru k voui  ballots for tbo Id hern 1 candidate.  porlfolio ol iniiif  a live nnni-lei at its bead, will do  much to pioniiiK', the mining m-  ti rests of Mulish ('oluniiii.i, nnd  ue believe lh.it in .Mr. (ialliln i'-  li.ind- lire depin Inienl would be  well  ndniinisteied.      This   is   the  ,i nii'iivi    uiili   VToricu i-lii'H'i)} kivoii tii.it. in d i\  ll.UlUW.l,   \\1U1   j\i    ,!,,,._ j ,,,,,.,,.1  t(1 ..ppiyu.Uio llon.'i.iljlo  iflor  f 11 ��������� t* time Uie inteiior 'of tins pro'  vmee will linvc an oppm Iiniily ol  being iepn"-eiili'(l in the doiiiinion  c.ibini'l, .mil llie pl0|������'-'ll slioind  be b, ii led Willi delight not only in'  Kook'ii.i) anil V.ile-t'aiiboo, which  .Mr. Calliboi fornieily ������������������( piesented,  but thioughoiit tbo province.  the l lui'l ('nimiii-.*-io!u r til \. uul- and WinI.Ei  | Imi .i ^|>( t*i t! li(oii*.e Ifi cut uul (.u ij .i*a a-, tnn-  I Ijl'l  fllilll (III)    lolliiVVIIIK <ll'-< |ll)������ll   I.uul-.   111   tliu  ' Koolcii ii   l)i->( ik t:���������  , i  Xinnliei Oik  CoinmciK iii���������' .il .i |io-l in.nkud "A fl.  f-.iinpiiin's N vV (iiinci pn-l ' pl.iiittd oncinili  -.uulh 11om .t po-.l en tin im'.I, haul.- ol llie  Coliiinhi.i Iiiu i. .ibmil llvt mile, above the  inoutli ol C.iiKti Kivii, mil in ii Led I-' '1.  I'loinuj-*. s' 10 (onit'i |n������**l, llitiKe e.i'-l fcn  i li nils, llieiict -eulli Sd i h un-., llu nte vvcil yi  i Ii.liii*., I In ik e urn III til i liiini*. Io plate of toin-  iiieiKeiiiciil  Niiinbci 'I ho  Cumincm in-' al A. ('..,< impion'*. Nn. 1 ]io*.t  .is allow dt s< 111ii'il,.mil i iiniiiiif; wist SM cli.mis,  llic.net -.iinlli i-n (liiini*. tin ii t.isl Nl tli.un-,  lliento iiuilli Miili-iiii*-. lo puiiit ol toiiunciue-  iik nl. ,'  JUkd Sept   'lid, l'iril  .    ' A   C. OAMl'lON-  A Sl'ZltlOUS COM PLAINT.  One of the most hide-bound and  unfail 'Tones in the west is Supl.  Niblock, ot Calgniy. There is  great indignation among railway  employes at tbo way in which lie  'is alleged to have resorted to the  old Tory lailway trickery which  wo hoped had become a relic of tho  past. ' The charge, is that on  election day the' railway 'crevvf- on  his division were so disposed as  to'keep Liberal railway- men out  on the road, , away from ,their  proper polling ' stations and pie-  vent them lecording their votes as.  was done on this division in the  '9(5 elections. The complaint  conies to us from Laggan and it is  the duty of the C. P. K. and the  Railway- Commissioners to hold  the most 'stringent investigation  into the charge, and if it be true  Supl. Ni block should be dealt with  in such a -way as would piovo a  warning against any futuic attempts to interfere with the fiec  e.xeroi>-() of the franchise by the  elocloi.-, whether hy_ Liberals or  CoiT-orvatives     ' <  ��������� The IMcBiide government icad  the handwriting on the wall���������the  wreck thev ,have made of the Conservative party in 1'iitish Columbia.'  ' Premier Mcl'ridc is shaking in  his shoes lest his Socialist' masters  insist on,his>dofeal or capitulation  when he feels be will be left whole  Halifax left l'orden���������at the bottom  ot the poll.        Manufacturers and business men  t generall} feci relieved at (lie outcome of the general elections. They  know that the countiy is in snte  * hands, and' that nothing will be  left undone to perpetuate the'em  of pro-petit}- wo now enjoy  The sccictof tho sucee-.? of the  Liberal pai ly throughout Canada  is that ,'the progiessive and p.itri-  >otic policy of the Liberals attiacts  young Canadians, many thousands  of whom iiio being added to tho  electoial lists each year. cl Tho-o  young men rend and think and  judge for" themselves. They no  longer vote foi a parly because  their fathers supported it.' The  young voters si l o tbe hope and  pride of Cr nada and' they aie doing their' duty in n nianly'way,  woithy'oftbe great nation whose  dostinieb arc injthcir hands.  The usual icpoits'aic in circulation of con option on the p.n t of  both Conservatives.and Liberals at  (be laic elections, and a heady  some cases arc, befoie .the court.-.  We trust whcie-ovoi men aieguilty  of,bicnch of lhe-electoi.il laws, the  integrity of which nie necessary  foi the good gmernmont of the  country, I boy will be punished so  seveiely as to give an elier-livc  vvninmg ig.uiisl. futuie ofli nee-.  Leading public men want to ���������.<><>  public life clean, and il" neecssarv  the Invv-s icgul.iliiig purity of  elections should be made mote  sti ingent.  THE LANDSLIDE.  Prominent  Conservative' Will  '    Support Laurier.  .Montii-.il, Nov. S ���������It, rs being stalld  th.it ,Mi il Km get, who w.i-j eliuli'.l  iu itpiuuunt Oh ii lovniv in the Doiiim  ion house, will give his independent,  suppoi t to Lam lei .  \\ hen asked today leg.tidiug lii-t.  attitude Ah Koigct St..ted that the  lepoit was peifectly concct.' l'levnnis  to his election he had made tin-, statement to the elcctois and li.ul5al*>o  repeated iD afterw.nds  TORY DESPAIR  Quebec Conservatives Wi!! No  Puf Up Candidates. ,  As a rc-jiilt of the sweep of the eoun-  ciy hv tlie~Jj!iieials the Consci v.itivc-.  in Quebec :uc in such uttei dc-^pan  they hnve ic������olved to put up no paitv  candidates .ig.unsl the J^ibci.ils in the  coming p'iov incial 'elections. .  The coming elections in Britain  look bright foi the Liberal pnrty,  who have aheady won twelve  thirteenths of tbe seals in tlie h\e-  elections, but want :i inoadci  national policv than that on which  they have been taking I bo plat-  iorni.  It used to be said that the  Laurier government was kept in  power by the' province of Quebec,  but thi? idea i--- exploded if ever it  had any foundation. The government of :-iir Wilfred Launei i-.  sustained, and can cany on the  biisincs? of thecountry, irif-ppectivo  of the Quebec vote.  Premier Mcl'ride is a faihue as  a prophet as well as a statesman.  Tin- i= what h^ --aid bcioio election  day : v "Hi.- campaign tiiiough the  province bad convinced him that  the election of Cant. Clive Phil-  lipp--\Volley in Nan.nmo, Colonel  Prior in Victoria, Mr. Taylor in  New \\'e;imin--ter. and Mr. Klb- in  \'ancouver, vvr-rc certain."  Xova .-icotia i.- ci-rtainly deserving of honorable mention m  that it ha.- ckcii-d a -olidum-  tingent of eighteen to -uppori the  Liberal aclmiiii.-tralioii. Not onlv  did the leader of the oppo-ition go  ibiwii' to defeat, but tlie whole  province, in which be wa.- suppo-cfl  to have great influence. voted  ugain-t hi- crude and uncertain  poli( _v.  'flic fact that the employ-?-- of  the Canadian ti.iwniill*-. Company  have been bonten out ot their  wages shows uigcnt necessity for  the amendment of the vvorkmen'-  lion law. Labor is the [irst producer of wealth and is entitled to a  fust hen on its products. That i.-  cominon justice. s The principle is  ahe.idy lecognised in the mechanics and builders lien law- and  should bo extended to all l.it>ot. ��������� Rfipubiican  .|L2,000 is owing for wages .u'J'rmit  Lake by the Canadian r-awmill  Company, and the men aie on-  titled to their money Tbe government -should nssisf, them to g-H.  it and tlie law should be such as to  enable them to act it.  EDMONTON.  Oliver's Great Majority.  Secord Lost Deposit.  ���������.Ymiiincg, .Nov. !)���������Fiank Olivei,  Libel.il mcml-ei elect for I'dmiinlou  enn liliiency. vvi'l pinlubly Have lin-  lai^cst niijinitv en������t foi nny eindi-  il 1I1* in the Dominion election- 01  I'.IOI All polls have U*en heard Trum.  and (mvei's in.ijnritv is .-'GO.! The  rot-il vnte is. (liner. \~>'.\'l, and Sivmd  1'>->'.!     f-'ocoid 'uses his depo-it  VTOTK;]"    is 'licrobvt kivcii    tli.it    HO  1>     .iftei d He J  that"    HO    d.ivs  _ J IlllUIld id.llllllj tollio   llllMOI  ,ihio the CIiKjI ('(iinmissiiiiiui of Jj.iikIs and  Winks lm .1 special lieenso to cut und c.inj  avv.is Umbel Irmn U10 fnlliivvini; dosoiilied  I mils, 111 lne Kniilciiav llisiiitl:  >>iiiiiIii-i One.  I'oininentniK al poinl. 111.11 Led " 1). AI.3I.ic-  lailiines N'. 10 toinev post,' planted beside \.  I{. .M.iel.ul.Liii s N. \V. toinoi- posl, tliente  smilli SD tli.mis, Ihente west, SO eli.nns, tliente  noilli.su tli.iins, tliente t.islMitliiini'. lo plate  ol toinnieiittnienl " '  jN'uinber Two.  .C'oiiiiiitntinf; al JD. JI. Jtiitl.ulane'B N. E.  eoinei posl above de-enbed, tlicncc* 1101 111 80  chains, tliente west SO th.iins, llieiice south SO  tli.iins. tlieiii e tusl SO tliiuns lo plate of eom-  iiienttnicnl  IJuledSept   'Jiid, 1001.    '  II. SI   .-VIACI.'AHI.AnK.  NOTICE.  VTOTlCi: is lioiebj b'viiii tlial on llie .-iOtli  i> Novoinli'M, IHIII. nl II 11. in., ul die Cniiil  lliinso, Ruvelsloke, li (1 . .ipplic.ition will bo  made l>> the iiiideisU'iitd Ui llie JikIko of llie  I'oniiU IV11111id Kuiiluii.lv nuclei llie provisions  1 if llie Itiveis anil St reams.\el, lo lix llionimniiit  wlneli Ihu iiiulci signed -h.i 11 be.ill liberiy to  tli.iiKO lor lolU, Imoin.iKO, ralluiK, diiv-iiiKof  lot's .'lid limliei anil foi inking care ot s.nno  1111111 dclucied on and at Uie uionlli ol the Fish  liner,or J'lsli Creek m llie Dislritt of Wost  Koolonay, undoi the aiiUiniily (,'ranlod to Iho  iindursiKiied lis the Ijiuiilen.iiil-Govornoi 111  Council ' /  Battel Octobei L'Slh, KKII,  I'M pi ki: IjUMhi'kvCOiMpany, u������iiti:d  OIVKN  tli.it  llinly  >  dale   I intend lo apply lo Ihu  ixro't'ioi: i& moiti:nY  1\ dajs .if lei dale I mleiid lo uuplj  1. Incf C'oiiiiiiissionei ot I. mils and VVoiUsfoi 11  special btense to em and t my .n\.ii Uinbui  1111111 Ihe lollinMiiitiltsciihtil laiulsin Kootenaj  (llsllltl   ��������� '  CoiiiiiicntiiiK nl a l'0-l in.uked " Win.  t.ov\au'sN \V letnei liosi,' planttit on bla/td  linu ~tl tlianis hi -I f 10111 le iientt posl on west  11 ink ul l-iiiK-ton Citek alieiil two miles above  ���������Msi lii.intli, tliente sonlli III mJi.uiis. tliente  1 isl Kill chants, tliente noilh 10 tliiuns, lliente  Misiiliiii ih 1111s to platt 0! toinintiiteineiil.  Daltil Otlobei Jblh, liiui  W'Al    00 WAN.  12 11J '  "- -    ,    ..  ,     NOTICE.  SIXTY dajs aftti dale vie Ihu inidcisigned  liLuniotti s iiilend in 11.111^.11111l1t.it 1011 lo the  ijlnel (-oiiiiiussionti ol Ij.uuls ,ind Works, loi  pcninc-sion lo tleai balniun Citekol obslint-  11011s and makt inipiovenitnls, lot the pinpose  of dti\ in** lo^s down s,ud luck, bt^innini? al a  liuinl nuai olllllt ol .V1111--I1011K Ij.iUu, It C,  lliente loi lowing s.ud cu 1 I lo ils inunUi vvheie  il enteis nol Hi tasl .11111 olrUppti jViiovv Lakt.  CllilJI-sliY & jMUJU'IIY.  Uattd Uns L'l-l d,i\ Ottohti, l'JOI.  < - ik.uoii. Ire.  I have hl.ii ted a piniii.iuenl Wood  i'iiid on Thud st,ieel,. \\ nh my past  .���������vpeiiente I hope tu lie in .1 position  Lo satisfy .ill' ti'ijun eiuents ol eustom.  eis.t iNJill <ind enrdvvodd supplied cin  .inj' length-s .tliednecil pi ices lor c-ash-  1'. SAW SON.    '  Clubbing  Rates.  J r  You cm club with tho JCootkn.vy  .MAIL .uul VkLom.i Daily Tunes ii 0111  now kill Dee. Hist, 1<J0*>, C01 .$3.00, or  lm-the Weekly Tunes and Koorio.v.vv  .Mail, uu liidmq 1 hi-"-special holul.iy  I'drLion, liii-.v:'.0().    vddiess .  Koornv w iMail,  Ri'vi'lstoke. I!, b.   "  SELKIRK   LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Metis cveiy Tiicsdaj  evening in Sulliiik  II.ill .a ,������ o'clock.  Visltini' biellui'ii ior  dnilly invited lo lit  loud. ,  II   CI (iOUail, N.O., J. MATHIK Sr-c  Kooronay LodR-o No. 15A   F, & A M. /  The rpgulnr meet  niB- aie held 111 the  Sla*-onie Temple,  jddli'cllovvs Hall, 011  Hit H111 (I'M nndaj 111  each inonlh al S  p.m. Visilnnibietli  ion coidi.illy vvel-  eoiiied.  C. A. PIIOIJUNIER, Sroiii.i'AUY.  LEARN SHORTHAND  [Ar HOME  by correspgndencc.    10 weekly lessons  will make you perfect.       '. ,  OBTAJiV  JJIGJJJSH^SALAl? Y ''  '-Shoithand is'nowadays indispcnsible  to   cveijbody.     Utilize   spare   time.  Voiy modci.1 to fee.     \Vc piocuie positions.   Wnte foi fieo booklet.  Oj:njkaij CoKurcki-ONi'i.-vcK Gbi.f.ixn:,  215, Temple Chambeis,  n       jTemple'Avenuc, f.ondon, E.G.  C. J. Wilkes  , ' MACHINIST & ,  BLACKSMITH  LATJIE WORI-C A Sl'KCIAbTV  Jjiccnscd Auctioneer foi City  of'IIc'vclstokc.  W. A. McDonald  rhAf-TEREit & BRICKLAyER   '  ,   .   ,    JiEVELSTOlCJi*  The only lust-class plasterer in town.  Let* me know your lcijuiiements     A  Carload of Lime just impoited. A Carload of Bnck'iindci ordei. *  J;"S A-M SON  Painter, Paporhangop, Signwritor  0        1CALSOMINING   DONE.  Or del s leci'ivi* piompt atlenlion.  Second stieet,       -      IUOVEI-iSTOKI!.  An A 1 ikaciivi. Sign is .vIIusim.ss P1.0DUt1.11  THOBNTON. &' ECCLBS  Painters, Papei'lianffors  and Sisn Writers -  3'jbtiniafos ^ivon Tor all kimls of hiniso painting*  Ordeis lor PapuihatiKini; and Kalsoiiiitiin** will  rceoivo prompt attention  LETTERING & GOLD  LEAF WORK  A   SPECIALITY.  '  ' VDDHESS : P   O   HOX 'ri2, or  SECOND ST., Behind C. P. R. Shops.  Orel orb loft al J  W   13oimott-s\\ill ho������  1 ' piompllj attotidccl to.  PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENT.  Victoria. Xm >s���������The 1*0. leijisli-  tnn is e\-pect<tl to meet, aco-irdiiis; in  pr*-ni!<*i Mcliinl'-, eirlv in .riniiaiv  I  l"|i to theclo-c of the   poll   Con-  .-eivative  nevv-p.ipei-,   vveie   strong  in jirogno-tieatin^ that the Liberal-  vvutiM    not   only    he  defeated hut  completely routed, hoi-c, foot  :inrl  artillery.      Thev    inofc-sed   to  be  -lire of   all    the    pioviiiw*-* in   the  (loriiinion    with    the   cicf-ptioii of  f'uehec, and theie they e.xpicted to  materiiillv   1 educe lire former Liberal majority.       I'ut tln-y irtiied in  their calculation-, c-pecrally 111 (he  we-t, which they looked upon   a-- a  kind   of    Con-ervaliic     preserve.  .Manitoba and tho N., W.   T.   hrive  spoken with up   uncerlain  ���������sound  and   B.   C.   hits   gone  .solid    for  Laurier.  1UTR.11 ILL'S irOODOO.  The ICnniloops Stanrlnrd his a  lopsided idi.i of polniial *-t 1 t-mriJi  li advocate- the teturn or" Mr  Burrill on the giound he will  strengthen the opjiosition. Tf we  weri- Con-erv.itive we, would vviint  men of .Mr. Hun-ill'- -=tren<_'ih to  -t.iy at lif-nie. Mis "tr-'imth is surh  that he vv;nt to Vancouver lo help  elect    Mr.     Kill'**.    *,-. i.|,     il���������.  n-i.i,|(  th.-if L'l'iitlennin went down to over-  wh(,*lriiint.r d'feat. Mr. Ilurrill  went over to W'c-liriin-lcr In help  eleci Mr. Tav lor, who reckoned he  lind ii di-ul -lire Ihin^, hut Mr.  I'urrill'-- .*-liiii^lh wa- such ih.it  Mr. Taylor too wen; down lo defer t. A -imilnr rc-ult w.nls Mr  llurrill'.s own content m Carilioo  as 1 lie i*li*fli>r- of thi-i corislii ui'iicy  don't want lo he lepresenlcd hy a  hoodoo who c.'iriieu defe.il with  him vv hero vi r In- ''ih-h.  U. S. ELECTIONS  Follow   Liberals  and Sweep the Country.  Tie* iiK-iii-ntia! cUcti'.ri.- in thr  L'nired Mate.- resulted in IiiiD-i ���������-.< It's  return bv a milium and .1 half nvijia-  ity out P.'itki'i Itfid-evelt jiet? 'Ml  vntes in tlie d'cloi.il rullege and  I'.nk'-i only J."" I)rhs thu .-.(icinlist  Ciindidnte, =cmed   ."(i.tjfiO vote- m C'hi-  C.l-'ii  NOW IS YOUR TIME  to j^el in your iviniei supply ol  coal.  I have pisi icci'iv oil .1 lull stuck of  I hi' ahov c coal ,iiul can in.ike prompt,  ilehvi'13. r  I'.iy nn .lllenlinn I" olheis lepies-  i*ni m*������f I hey 1.111 s(-|| ynii (Jail O11.il.  They have nol c^iil 11 ami (an I jj-i I  its ccpi.il.  Oravine-; woik and lutniiuu. nidviuf,'  1 special t,y. <  Urclcrs 1,-ri .11, U*. Al. Lawrence's 01  I.'. M. Smyt lie's will have piompt ,il-  ii*n tion.  *J. <;  Hutchison.  Painting Glass  I have to intimate my intention ol  si.u ling .1 class 101 (he study ot'oil  painting in* Revelstoke, ' Apply at  Canada Ding and Hook Company,  where paintings* may also lie seen.  . K/l. OARSWELL  J. Guy Barber  JEWELRY  and a  complete line  of Ihe  GENUINE  "18.47,  Rogers Bros:"'  Knives, Forks,  , Spoons, etc. ,  Kjci careftilly'cMiinined and  j-io|-li1\ fitloil to the best grade  nl ������! issls.        ��������� C     V.   Keiiulrlne. V  V^_>^  (SiicC-sois to W'.A  Smith k. Co.)  F.  Having heen appointed acton I  foi  Kovel.--.luUc nn Til 10    '  Pacific Coa! Company, of Banff  is now in a positron lo supply   ���������  At the following pi ices.  Lump,Coal $10.50 per ton  Egg       "   '$10.50   "     "  Stove'   "   $10.50   "    "'  Nut      , "     $9.00   "     " ,  , As this coal i.s .sinokeles.S and particularly clc-lin, and i.s 111010 elheient  than any of the soft coals on the  market, it will he found lavoiahle fuel  for all domestic pin posers,, including  furnaces, r-toves and kitchen ranges  Kor those lcquiring .steam eo.dthc  pen anddjiicl*,wheat si/.es will he found  satisfactory nnd ec .nomical. 'Prices  will be quoted on-these small sizes on  application. "  Qidei.s left at the ollice of the I'evel-  stoke liifeuiance Co. Ltd.'will receive  piompt attention. '-   -  1<\ IUcCAKTY, Coal "ilcichnnt,  ' 1'ovclstoko, U. C.  ILHAIHiUAItTHRS.li'Ol*.  . Bread &  Cakes.  , ,     ' "'  '     OF A J J,'KINDS  Pull supply of fresh  ' groceries just  \     opening up,        ' (  1'iompl attention given   to all orders.  ���������   To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought, ���������'  Cash Prices Paia  P.    B." WELLS,1  Exporter of Purs.  Wm. Fleining*,  Whole-ale .anil ltcin.il  Meat- Merchant.  *v���������1|^���������  I'ibh   Riid   Game   in    Se'ison,  First St.. Revelstoke/  C.P.R.SENSATIONj  Conductor Fidler Charged With I  1'Theft. !  Trademarks  nnfl  Copyri^hti  imiiirrii*".  Tli'-n1 iv.1- li vi lit Iv  C, I' It. f iic-!"s- out tin dis. I. ii^i ,  sivi'i.il cm.diii lm- wi! tin j.,.inn ,,  alli'**ed ii-|i't,'u',|iir,i - \i,'v (s.,i,i|i,(.>,,'  lin-i 'lis, i, irj  i i La p. ,n,i  chiiii,'! il aril  rli.  PATENTS  ' ulii.niiifl In .ill  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Rfgistered Patent Attorney  .Mi'lli Ullr.tl  Att(.llir)   mill  I ii|{Iiii'i I*.  -'������������������Il-'al I'm ||, I "***-'"i I. Kiml'i I'l Jilirfk  (il.ur.lll, hi , hi ir I'.O  VANCOUVER,  A GOOD WIFE  is .made, not hoi n. Home rh.ikmpf it. a  proli'ssion and ie(piire.s the tame de-  giee el leelniu-.il tiaimnir as l.avv oi  mcdit iiip.  The Inline ol (he n.ilinn is con-  dil ion.il upon Ihe eh.11,icier ol hnine  lile. c  A know ledge of Household1 Hc-ience  makes- hmiM-uoi k easioi.' yin> v,t'Ls a  hetlei lahle at sin.illei cost, and linds  moie Irinc Idi sell  impi ov eineiil,  The Canadian Corrcspoiirii'iicc College  is tho only school ollei nn; this cnnise  hy mail.  For   lull   inloi-m.il ion   and   llnoUlel  ��������� idlllPSS  Till" IC VJII.OCII'S CiKMOKAI.AOIINCY  Ivainioops. H, G.  Halcyon Hot Springs  >J~a n it a riti m.  1  The Sweetness and Power dfi'ths'  New Scale Williams"'Piano. ,  T he VVi!!rn.ms has the longest strings to the scale,  '. .'largest cound'na board,' and   most powcrfuraction.  Id loud pr.Sja^cj   t'ic   tones  swells' out' strong and   sonorous,  equal to the  hsavicbt demands cf classical music   .Yet the lightest touch brings the sweet  **   i < ~  " i .  imging tone that makes the Williams a delightful accompaniment of the voice.  "I received the piano nnd am delighted with its finish and its'excellent  tone "���������Hon. G. W   Ross.'Premier of On'tario. ' <  ai  lUX-.-^~���������^  Write Williams Piimo Co.,' Ltd , Osliawn, for  copies of   illustralcdabooklots  on-tlie lnstoiy and consliiiclion of a Piano, or call at the local vvnieiooms,  LEWIS    BROS.,    P^evelstoRe     *      ���������  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords.     Best  Wines,  Liquors  Rales $r a day.    Monthly rate.  & C ioars.  O  J".  rnf-E AircnicjAL watisks oi iiai-  T  B.   C  \   ->'������.;',trd   ai!I -'iiiri* .tu c\i nln������ aiiii'iint  Kin  forrtiiiv.  t. t,n r uirinr/'nit riiirln/ilii* ilny  world. A ppr-fecl, natural r-ernedy for  ill Nervous and Muscular diseases,  laver, Kidney and Slonmch .-iilinenl.s  and Metallic Poisoning. A sine cure  tin "That. Tiled Feelnif*." Special  iales ou all bonis and Liams. Two  mails ai rive and depnit every day.  Telf'Ki.iph tomiiiiiiiicalion vviLh till  (i.ii'ts nl | lie world. An experienced  uiiisjaiif{ei.  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrobu L.ak.o. 23. C.  British Columbia Illustrated  CONTAINING 160 VIEWS .    '  Illusti.iting the I3oundle&.s Ilesotrrees of  The Richest Province In the British Empire..  Its coal, oil and timber;   it.s fishciies orr .sen, lake and livei; its  ininciiiliindnuricultiii.il  icfeornces;  ils oilrcs. and   towns;   its, river  I.ikc and   moiiiit.iiii-&ccnciy, especially illusti.iting its gieat niinint;  develojimeiit, with views ol all the principal mines, mills,*sineltcis, etc  Sent Popt-free on Receipt or Price, SI.00'and SI.50  Address, JAMES LAWLER,* Rossland, B..C.  The l.ngdbt.idvcrlisci in and for British Columbia.  B15ST BUY" hN  li.   U.,   CANADA,   AT  15   GIANTS  l-OI'TI-'OUO OK MI.N'KS.  W'c aie jrlinl lo Icnn (he I.il-er.il  "oveiiiini'iil al Oltnvv.i is so  tlioioiij.'lily alivi Id the h(.u| m-  If-ifits of IJrih'-li Goliiirrlii.i thai  riii'-iii^ciiionls arc lifiiif* run<lf* lo  Cstahlisli ,i, poi Ifolio uf iriinfs and  if icltiriicd \V. A. (J.rllilicr, ns  n-pie-eiilin^ tlio prnrcipal mining  -eetion of tire floniiiiiori, is likclv Id  f-'et lire portfolio. Mi Cillihei  lias shown hy lik rtlde ropri!HOiit;i.-  tion of tho-mining iiilt-reHl..s  in-llm  l-'idli'i   vv lin wa- 'iii'  'i1  i ll,  ll.ls  hi'i'ii ,i||i o|, ,|   ,,  Iikiii^IiI li"|nr'  tin- 11 mi  I hell - of  f 12   mnn   thi    C   p   r;  i-hai^c h' i'i-.' I nd  on   mt'iiiilaliui)  spntti i   \\ lm - ly- hi*   |jinl    |*|fl|ci- rh it 1  limney      I- ���������������I!������������������>���������    i-    .inc   ,,f   [in   m .-t '  popiilir  joiim:   ini'ii   in  Cilt'iiv   >id'(-I  I lll'l'    |.   Illlll  II    hill ill'      -lin'.Hl,.      ,i . > r, I  a  Tin-; i ki-ki'1'a n-:i>  Battle Creek Sanitarium  FOODS  " V 111 p 11 11V      VV i ' 11  Illlll  p.'iKt Unit tire   iniliiHtry"   will   have  Tlie few remaining seats I tlie best attention at his Iiiinda.    A  USE^���������affiZggf>  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in  the World  Mail il" I.i Itoyal Oni**.:, -'(up  Wi,ipp( ii, .mil |.| rf.| hi n ni-  will mail a  luantifiil   Jvim. I  si/c IflviO , in fin -2') Wi.ippi is I  your ehdii ( of n\i i  1(10 hooks  '  I'rop  us-' n   _i(,,t   .'aid .iiLuig  fin   n  eiitiilogui  of   iiii'iMiiiius  to   he  had   KltM''   loi    |{oyfl|  tJimvn .So.i.ji U'i,ipp,,in.  AddniHR  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. Limited.  V.v.si    JJi-i i |*|s    Sup'nol    lo   ,my  ol In i iii. il picpai.il mil.  fiitvsoi,,*,   r.u \l M.ri-.it f rur vi,   pci-  | t( (Ily f11_<t-���������l ilil- and di*h< ion-.  , I   II) (IIMII'll I   ( OMilllll-'   nil     1(11*1)11-  f 11 Hi' nl ol .'! Hi. li* *a  11. < f.  I'H'Mii-r   \ pi*i fi" i .siilistii nh'foi lli-m  toofl. nio-l Moiiihiful ihsiovi'iv  (ii (lii't'M ir s in I i .1 h���������ll i i'nI in y ii  pin i I*,   v e/i*l,i.ii(* ((":, In 11 11 inn  iMi.r.irisr on Af.vi.r llnvnv A ml  (oini nlis'tilirlr loi sn.!.ii .uid  syinps j  '-.o ( nl n i,  and I  -.ir v vn i, f'i ui, v i  lli-lri ion--1 he ill li di inks-.  IvoS'I T   -Al   I.Ml   llie Hlllislllllll* lm   |,l|(l  Hindi* fiom I In- pm f   ml   ol   iln'io-  ((muni.  Ih-u.vio-i', Imamh.v, Al vi,nn ,\'i ih.  li'M'i'itvii'.N i r n (.'ii vi'i- .11 n i ,111c,  (Ininly , (lii'i.i-'tiL' Kpcc.inli icH ..i.n'i, lie  hud only al 'i  BOURNE BROS.  TilM l.UAIHNU CIUOCll''Ka.  Gkcatcst  Di^covnitv op  rs in  B.  Gor.n  Tin:  G.  Acn:  THE BIG- ZFOTJ-;e   Consolidated Gold Mines, Limited. '  Capital M25.000, of which 35 percent in shares is now in our  Treasury.    Shares fully paid nnd non-asscssnhle.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  Royal Mall LlnCH.  Olioupont Routo to tho Old Countrv.  Al.f.AN LINK -I'-roiii .tliiiilniil.  I'*in inn  A11tf. I'l  I mii-l in ., .     Aiik a,  '"iii'iii . ,      ,.     Scpl ������������������'  DO.MIVION f.INi:    Kkiiii .VIoiiIkhI.  Ki nuiiiKlnn         . .    ,                .  .    . Ann   I.I  1 lioiiiliiiiiii ...              .       Aiik 2(1  I V.ifiidini r #*,,||, j;  ( in.wl i . si'|il .1  1''A*.. I'.Vt . A'll,AN"l'li;S .-S - l-'join Miiiilmil.  I I .ik. ( liaiiiiilitln ,          ."            a ui*  H  l^llfl     I   III ... S(.|,|_   i  l.ll.C   VI Lllllfll, I .... S|.J,|.   -*  A VII lilt   VN   I,I.Si:    Khiiii Nf ������  Voik.  _-J    I .fin n AlU  -"  , ^'W   >'i'lf Aiik. ���������.'!  |     vviiiii; j,i ah i,i,s"i:  ifiuni Ni'iv Vi)ij<.  V! i]��������� -.In A ni,' 17  A iii* -il  A UK .'II  Ki oni X' --. ���������|,ork.  '''I nn ia    ' . .Ann. lin  Ian itniii ... ,. Auk -7  tJinliii.i ,       .      .        .Sept. .'1  I'hi riiKi is Hi kill nl IIiiiiiikIi to nil pm ih ul  llriiul. Ilrlliiln nnd Iruliitiil, and iLLriputilnlly low  rutfiH lo nil |iiii-I.H of l.liii Kiiroiiuiiii coiiLlnuiiL  Viiply In uiiiiruHl, ruilwiiy or HliiiiiiisliiiiaKUiil or  (it f inn  'li iilnnlf  f'l'iVAIll) mni:  "ilirii's (lii-ccllv west ol Ihe Le  Koiiind l.i-KoiNo.--. W.-ir ICiikIc  and CenlieSl.u, loin-ol lhel,*u*g-  esl, gold (upper mines in ihe  vvoild, all ol which have puid  latgc dividends.  iTi/Miune idcntienl oi-i'iind veins  now in sight on Lho lilfi FOUR.  I.aige oie hodies,  Ass-ays 11oni .-ji,-) (o .sjSOII in  gold, i-oppcr. silver, etc. Veiy  i k h display it; im,v on exhihilion  in lire cily oi e exhihit, e.insitig  wide eiiinmeiit.  We hnve ne.uly I wo miles of  riiilw.iy on Big Koni property  vvilh watei iiiiil limhei iii.ihtind*  .IIII'C.  Itossl.ind oie .shipinenls lor-  ISKI'i -.KU.IM) Ions. Shipped lor-  IIKI'i, ahonl 110,0(10 Ions; 111(11,  .ihoiit lOO.OOOIons. Tnl.-il valni'iil  Hosslainl oics miiieil, .f!.'{7,(JI)(),IJ00.  Please Note Price at  15 cents share  FOR ONE MONTH.  kosslniKl'*, |,uK,. <��������� t. bodi,.;, ���������,L.  n Kie.it success Willi Uu- concen-  li.itroii sysU'in ol oie ledirclion.  yl'.OO ore now pnys lo mint. ���������_,  now proved hy Uu> l.itesLrepor Is  nnd dividends.  No less I han 10(1 .share*, sold,  bh.iies enn he hud ou instalment  plan, payments-monthly* iwcnly  per cent cash, hahinec within a  year.  (Jompairy have no delils, 0,  hihtre.s and  a  lull  I'oici  now working.  Refer-enccs���������The Hun- Al.iyoi,  (���������old (;oini,iissi(ii,cr, I'osl mabU'r.  oi any hank or- business man in  the cily.  Thmi; is a fiiln in tliu all,ins nl inun  winch, In ton ,il iho ||,���������.,|.  |Ul���������|, ,,���������  L  lllllllllO,  Oiinllml.iill ilim,,* ,K������������������| (|������������������, |lfu  Is imiiiiil in sh.illnws .mil iii iiiisanus.  1(1-  11 IC 11  All\ .lllllllllll ll'SS   Sll.lll   $11)11   stllll   11}    imisI-  iilfnt or  LV|iitss   inline}   uriltr, mtr tills  .niiiiiiiil, lij li ink (li-.id in bin (.Mi*}  Big Four Consolidated  Gold Mines, Limited,  Ro.sslund, IS. C, Canada.  10'.  T.   W. X1RADSHAW, ARont.  Uovolstoko  W. P. F CUMMINOS.   Poolflo  A^ont'  (JjiIit liliuik.saiKl om* most, comprehensive and complete Illustrated I rospeclais- sliowiiiff-nll Kosslaud inine.s arid KiviriL' vahmhli'  mroiiiintioii,with iMnps and KepoiLs, from iMiuing KiiKineeiii, aunt  only lo investors or those desiring to invest.  6<>0<><KK><>OKKKHKK)^ THE KOOTENAY MAIL.
���/��-?
THE RESULT
<
Gives the Liberals a Majority
of Seventy-One.,
The In test returns plnce thi pos.il ion
of parties n-s follows:
Lib.
Con.
Onliirio	
..  3!)
���47
Qnehec	
.. r>r>
JO
Is'ova Scotiii....':
..  18
;   o
JJcvv r riiiiKwick..'.....
7
(5
JMnnitobii.-....,	
.      S'
<������>
Noi tli west Territories..
.    0
9
British Col um bin	
f)
0
Prince Edward Jslniid..
..    2-
2
Totals.,, 140       ,,   09
��� lM:ijoi*iLy,,for government, 71.
There are hut live constituencies yet
to hear from, Jluinholt and Mnckcm-io
,in the Northwest. Territories, Yale-
Cni-iboo, Kootenay and the'Yukon.'
Sifton beat Rioliiirdson" in.lmindon
by S!)J majority.
- In Edmonton Sccord, the stiongct-t
mnn the Cons-rvativc,party could put
in the field, lost his deposit, Oliver
beating him by over 2,000 votes.
Piovencher/thoold hide-bound Con-
seivntivc coiistitueney of "Manitoba,
went Jjiher.-il this election.
POLITICAL.
members in  the
i      -     ,
11 and Macintosh
have  not- been
There are 7.') new
House of Commons.
What, struck'1'urri
on Nov. .I'ld? Tlicy
heard of since.
, 1 Ion.���K. Gieen, the peanut politician
of I'r-itish Columhia, lost a, lot "of
money in bets_on the elections.
Latest   returns 'for   Nanaimo give
,   ' Ralph Smith  a majority  of 333  over
">\'olley,   while   die   Socialist . is., in
,,'da'ngcr'of losing his deposit.        ,.  ��"--
The Kossland  Miner gives \\'.,A.
(.Jalliher ciediti,foi   arranging a stiuc-
-  tuial survey by the' dominion government of  the geology of the  Kossland
f     camp.   '       '       * '   '. ..-���!>
The Kossl.md Miner says: '���'Galliher
has always'done  the right thing  by
Kootenay. , It is only right theconsti-
> tuency should reciprocate."'.
< The Nova Seotia vote is an efl'cctive
. answer to the Tory campaign lie that
< the  Grand   Trunk   would   build   up
, * Portland at the expense of Halifax.
The, 'Kossland . Miner   remarks :���
' " Thanks to McBrideism the prospects
of  the Conservative paity in   British
Columbia  have  been   ruined, beyond
icciill." .   r. ,      -   .-
���-<__/,, The Topic is a poor judge of the
Kobtenay electorate when it expresses
the opinion that' thc_clection for that
seat will - reduce the . government
majority by one.     lr  tf- * ,
, , "When an old Nova Scoti.ui read the
election returns ho remarked ' with
t'eais in his eyes to a friend: '-OhTom,
��� just look at Nova Scotia. Who would
have believed, it? I'm going toT,quit
politics.'" ,."    *
.- - Sir "Wil'ied "Lauiiei wired ~'lion.
., . Senator Templeman:''-'British Columbia has already clone nobly, even if she
were not in a'position to do as well as
well as Nova Scotia did, but I highly
appreciate any 'efforts to do as well."
The poor old Colonist is wailing'
over the fake telegrams it was charged
with publishing on election day. After
the exhibition the Colonist has made
of itself lately the people of Victoria
have come to rcg.ud it as a yellow
journal anyhow.
1 < , Although the hope of Martin Bun-ill
f ' is a forlorn one he is making every
effort and is working tooth and nail to
secure his election on the 22nd, so
that our Liberal friends in ��� Yale-
Caiiboo must not relax their efforts
till the last vote is polled.
It is the expressed opinion of the
Nelson Tribune (Conservative) that
the defeat of Colonel Prior. the'Con-
servative candidate in Victoria, was
attributable to. tho bad inlluoiice of
the McBridcites.���"The first Conservative government British Coltmbia
ever had."
Mayor Michel, of Kurilloops.,predicts
* a handsome majoiity for Burrill in
Yale-Cariboo. Mi. Michel must be as
good a prophet as Premier McBride or
Hon. li. Green, who are yelling at
Burrill to go away back and sit down
and riot expose the weakness of the
Conservative paity in the province.
Even should Burrill be elected what
good could he be expected to accomplish in the house? In Duncan Ross
Yale-Cariboo would have ;> man o'f
influence and ability, who would devote
himself with energy to furthering the
interests of his constituents. Yale-
Cariboo needs assistance in developing
its resources, and Ross is the man who
can get it.    Vote for Ross.
The Topic points out the Liberal
party in the province crime out for
government ownership of railways nnd
'contends the party is not loyal to that
plank. Jf the fact of the govern men t
building and owning half the Grand
Trunk and controlling the operation
- of the whole line with the right to
take it over is not government ownership we should like  to know   what i.s?
A.  1-1.  McNeill, of   Rossland,   will
1  stump the Lardeau on behalf of C. li.
Macintosh, whoso cause he won't help
very much  because,  whether   ho   <lc-
- serves it or not,*McNeill gets credit for
a great deal of the mischief and
trouble at Poplar Creek, which has
���wrecked that section of  tho Lardeau.
Miners and prospectors have no use
'for men who are in any way associated
���with defence of claim jumping.
.Speaking at Ymir on behalf of W.
A. Gnlliher, S. S. Taylor'said: 'Some
seven years ago' the people' of the
Northwest were fulling ovor one another to get out of the country and the
total number of homestead-* had fallen
to the small number of 1/iO. llehnd
just come through the siiine part (if
the country and found prosperity
everywhere, this prosperity being the
result of wise -Liberal rule."
O. II. Macintosh, Conservative candidate for Kootenny, is having a had
time with the division .of-'opinion
among hi** followers. Premier Mo
Undo urges him to withdraw, und lie
gives up his East Kootenay end of the
campaign and returns to Nelson, wheie
\Y. I'lakomore .hunts him  out of  his
lair again, and tells him he has got to
run'for the sake of appearances if  he
loses his  deposit and  polls only 'the
laist remnant of a dying cause.
"   T. TavIor,'M.P,P.,  has been  having
a pipe dream. He'told the Trout Lake
Topic that Macintosh will get GO to 75
por cent, of the railway vote, arid will
have n majority of 50 to 100 in Revelstoke.     11 Mr. Taylor's estimate were
correct it  would, be'discreditable  to
liev-elstiikc   for   which    Galliher  has.
done   so   much.     Premier   McBride
thought the electors of British Columhia  dead easy  till Thursday last, and
Mr.  Taylor  had   evidently  the same
opinion of 'Kevelstoke. '
Although the general, result of the
election isi highly gratifying tor the
���Liberal party,' we have ,to regiet the
loss of some good men, chiefly through
local causes. Ojur Conservative friends
are in the same position only to- a
much greater extent.'The'loss of their
leader, is a severe blow, being entirely
unexpected. ' A constituency may bo
opened for him, but the probability is
that he will feel his loss and that ofliis
province so acutely as to induce him
ty retire from political life for a time.
Halcyon was a hot place, politically
on Sunday, \V".' "A. Galliher, Duncan
Poss and Martin Buirilh taking the
opportunity of recruiting there. , The
Liberals were in the usual .majority of
two to one, and'Mr. I'liiri'll, who'was
on his way to address a, meeting at
Vernon, looked about as glum as he
felt in,anticipation of the bliy.mid in
.store for him on Nov. 23rd. Mr.
Galliher was parsing through on his
way to address the electors of Fish
Creek, and Mr. Ross was on his way
home to Greenwood after his active
campaign in Okim-igim and K.-wnloops
districts. '    <   . .
. A well-known and 'highly esteemed
C. P. li. enginoor was seen in' the street
in i a dii/.cd condition the morning
after the election. -Tears stood in, his
eyes, and a friend asked what was the
'matter? The reply "was; "Jsitnot-a
dream? Tell me it is. - What-could
could have struck Nova Scotia? What
could have happened to the grand old
party 1 voted ofor these' thirty years?"
His friend icplied: " Wake ,up man.
Its no,_dio-un._\Tho real, dive,'definite,
progressive policy of the Grits-has
been endorsed from'shorc to shore, and
we 'Kip Van Winkles will have to
wake up and overtake it."     ---
_Since the election returns Conservatives have been"' seeking their holes.
Manson, who. opposed Sloan, ' the
Liberal candidate for Coniox-Atlin, retired; as did also Glen Campbell, Coii-
seivativc candidate for Dauphin; and
Beaudry for'Gaspe, thus allowing those
tin cc seats to go to the Liberal's by acclamation. The McBride government
has been doing its utmost .to' induce
Macintosh 'and Burrill"to withdiaw
also, but these gentlemen , may be
more plucky than their leaders, and as
a matter of party'principle,may be
willing to igo down to defeat, which
they, al ready, see ahead.     ',.'-.,
NAKUSP.
,     ,    From Our Own Corre=i)oridont. '
We are having' lovely   weather here
at present. ��� ' ���
Mrs. John Cadden, of Three  Forks-,
is visiting friends'here. '
W.    Morrison    left, Saturday      foi
Vancouver to attend college.    '
Mrs. J. Dougal returned today from
a two months visit to Seattle.
' Mrs. ' D. St. Dennis, 'of Slocan, h
visiting her sister, Mrs. Abbie.)
. There is some talk of a social in the
Presbyterian church'on Thanksgiving,
eve.        n '
W. A. Galliher, the Liberal candi-
date.-T-held a meeting on Saturday
evening in Abrie Hall. The hall was
wel.1 filled by voters representing both
sides, It. Abbie acting as'chairman.
VJOTJCEis, liprolij   f,-i\on Hint, IIOiI.iji
.J. ..date, 1 intend  to uppl} '     "
iflor
��� -.-             -.-   ..,.,..,    Ill   till!   lloll    till)
I Inur ( fiiniiiissidiier or Lands uml Works
for <i special licen-o to cut and enrr) nvr.iy
iiinbor from the followniK do-cribed lands in
Kooioimj District:- '
CoinnicnriiiK ai  posl, ni.ii-kril ���'.!. L. Jlncfin*
lanes,N    \\. cm iht jiosi," planted al .1.  Vv".
-Mmr.ulanes S.U'.'ui ��� |in-l, llionco sonlli 1(1
chains, ihence easi, IC) chains, thence noitli III
clinnisl tliente wc*t Hill chains to plnce of oom-
inem t'liienl.
Jjntml Sept. 21ili, ldfii.
JOHN* LOHNTE JIACKAItLANE.
HENRY'S NURSERIES
', 3010 Wcstminstci    Ri.,*i<l.
VrO-TJU: 1- hereby Riven that, 30 days aftei
J_\ .date, I intend to apply lo Iho Clni-I Commissioner of Lands and Works lor a special
license to cut and ciury ,iw,*ij timber from the
followhir dusenbed lands 111 the Kootena.v
district:���
CoininciiciiiKnt.i post, marked',*'A. K. Mae
f.-irluno's X. VV. corner post," planted one nnd a
half miles west from A. G. Campion's No. 1
corner posl, thence south IGO chains, thence
cast 10chains, thence 1101 th lfiO'cliuii.s tliuncc
iyc&l IU chains 10 place ot commencement.,
Dated Sept.-Mid, IDIII.
ALLAN HOSS "UACFAKLANK
RAIL AND STEAMER.
The'C.P. It. has. already handled
half a million more bushels of wheat
this season thu 11 last. f,
The maintonance-of-vv,iy men on
the C. P.'It. are arringing another
schedule for submission to the management.   ' ,    ���
Work recently done hy the C. P. ,J{.
in the Eagle I'ass lias' resulted .in
lowering the permanent level of Three
Valley Lake by three or foui feet.
U'ch To.:o 5urp:.5i;c5 E"vi>ryt*iing
New Scr.lc Wil'.iams Pianos are appreciated i:i the West to the" satnc c::tciit
r.; i:i Ontario ami tho "Caatern Provinces.
The follow:::jr'letter fro:-i Miss I.aura
li. Pattcr:o:i, Organist ,cf the Baptist
Church Brandon,' speaks eloquently in
it." favor. , , , ^
Dear Sirs:��� .        , '1
"I have just received one of your New
Scale \Vilhai:i3 Pianos from your agent,
Tlr. 'Ilcuwood, and am very much,
plr-jscd with it. The to::e is very rich
and the touch even and clastic.'" 1
It   sin passes  any   other   instrument
,\v;::r!i I have tried iu Brandon.        j ,    ,
1        Yours sincerely.">
'���'"Oauha It. Pate-reo"*-*""."
1 '(Organist_Baptist Church.)
1       .,       Brain'on Institute.
VfOTIC'E is hor-iby given that, 30 days ailor
i_> date, I intend to apply to tho Honorable
tho Clnof CommisMonor of Lands aud Works
for n special license tocut and enrrj away timber rrom the following described lands in tho
Kootenaj District:��� ,
(    ' Number One '      ,
Commencing al a post marked "II. Donnelly's
S. E. comer post." planled 10 chains noilh fioni
Nagle Creole, and one mile west of Columbia
River, thence vv est ICO chains, thence 1101 tli I'J
chains, thence cast 1WJ chains, tliente south 1(1
chains to'place of commencement.
1, - Number Two. 1
C0111me11cinB.it a postmarked "II. Donnelly's
N. K. cnincri'Osl, thence vvcstlGOulinins, lheuce
'Otith  10 chains, thence east 100 chains, thence
north III chains to place of commencement.     <
Dated Sept. 271 li, IDOL     ,
<    '       '.   II. I")ONl\"EM..Y.
100,000 Bulbs,    '
To arrive, soon from  Holland.  Kin nee
and .l.rpan, "   ,
Thousands of Fruit and
Ornamental Trees ! .
Rhododendrons, ,Roses,'
, Grcenliouseand llnrdy I'lniitu
, for'fall planting.
Homo-Grown and Imported        ,
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds
alwayfa in stock in sens-on.
FERTILIZERS.,, '* ���
Bee Hives and Supplies.
Greenhouse full of Plants-, Cut'Flowers,
1'loial Work.-
Catalogue,free, or call nnd examine
,' stock. i
BROS.
F. DEPT.
B.
ri
when firi-ilibliing n home to'consult tho.-e whose
will ensure the he.st rcsiih*J. , We have fuini=hed
Weiateiii   Canada and   pcrliapf* we can help you. *
experience 'and' advice
thousands of homes in
We are at your service.
HAVE YOU OUR CATALOGUE?
Synopsis of Regulations forlDisposal of
Miuorals on Dominion Lands in Manitoba, tho, Northwest Territories and
,   the Yukon Torritopy.
m j: henry;
Vancouvkii, li. O.       ','
Here's a leader from our Carpet department.
English Art Squares in a choice' selection of colors
1 ;l*olA 'yards-  $13.00,      '      3x4 yards, ,$15,00.
Sole Local Agents:
elstoke, B. C. <-
Lew is  Bros., Jtev-
Brick for Sale.
The undersigned have just burned a
kiln of _500,000��� brick, of first class
duality. For' price and information^
apply to O.'B. Hume ��fe Co.       -     ��.  "
the mines:
Kossland is producing over 6000
tons of oie a week.
The   plant   is being ordered for the
zinc reduction works for  British , Co
lumbia. -',.>/      __.
* J. Simpson, of Trout Lake, purchased the Hendrix interest in the
Calumet and llccl.i claims on Kapid
Crook. '
���Trainmaster Stevens, of Kootenay
division of C. P. It. reports n big increase in shipments of ore and shortage of cars in consequence.
, The Poplar cases of Tanghe v
Morgan and Hut her ford v Morgan, are
set down for hearing at the sitting of
the full court at Vancouver this week.
A prominent mining man assures
the Port Steele Prospector that within
two years afcer the construction of
the Kootenay Central railway there
will be in southeast Kootenay, more
producing mines than in any other
section of Biitish Columbia.
During'October the Hall Mining
and Smelting Company received from
29 mines, in the Kootenay, 2,578,375
lbs. of ore. Of this amount the St.
Eugene contributed 1,227,453 lhs., or
ncaily one half. The ore contained
1,221,501 lbb. of lead. St. Eugene ore
contained 807,175 lbs. of load, or
nearly two-thirds of   this  production.
Jas. I. Woodrow,
butcher/ "
0    ,''     ���' ,     ...
Retail Dealer \n^^���rrrrrTmx>z>- ���>_
1 *     BEEF,   PORK,
* ,MTJTTON, Etc.
'<���  Fish.and'-Game in Season.
. All orders promptly filled. - J-
nfcVELoTUKE,,;!}. ,G..   andKHigstre*et?
LAD.IEC'-
' jl
LUMBERING
At n meeting at Trout Lake it was
decided to ask the government to cancel the timber licenses of the Canadian
Sawmills company unless thoy'settle
the wages claims within 30 days.
The shorifV sold the movable property of the Canadian Sawmills Company ut Trout' Lake on Thursday on
behalf of K. L. Kin man and other
creditor!!, the proceeds being ���''���1,0011.
Leslie Hill has received from English
shareholders in the company enough
to pay 80 cents on the dollar on the
liabilities and hasoiVered that compromise. Mr. Hill bought in most of
the property otTcred at the sheriff's
sale.
The "Kiiniloops Lumber Company,
of Endcrby and Kamloops, has started
the construction of a new sawmill at,
ICiiin loops to replace thu one destroyed
by lire. The plant' will' cost !(i75,000
and the output will bo 2,000,000 feet
per minimi, about double the capacity
of the former plant. Manager George
McCorrnick states.that the monthly
payroll will be $10,000, and the mill
will be completed hy next April.
BANKING.
Manager I'Mncuanc has resigned as
iniiiiiiger of the Hank of Montreal of
Spokano, to enter mining business in
partnership With his falhcr-inliivv, C.
Sweeney. .,
It., .1. Ballard -lias been awarded the
contract for the construction, of the
new building nt Arrowhead to be
occupied by tho Imperial Bank,
It is evident from the number of Long- Chains worn,
that they will be popular
a this ycar> for Christmas
Gifts to ladies. - To have
a long" chain hanging from,,
the neck, with chai ms or
lorgnette., attached, is certainly necessaiy to. the
fa s h i o n a b I y d re sscd
woman.
To supply the demand we
show in our Catalogue
this .popular Chain not
only in Gold but in Silver,'
Coral, Gumnetal and Blnck
Beads, for mourning- in,r
greater selection than ever.
Thesi will come as Christmas Gift Suggestions and
a most satisfactory method
of buying one is through,
our Catalog ue���more satisfactory even than if you
bought it peisonally.
Try il���send for  Colalo��i*jo
to-day���it's free ^?   ^7   ��T &
HENRY     BIRI1S
AND   SONS   -is? ��?
35o.iiid 352 MAIN STREET |
. WINNII'EG ��� . "J
BABY'S    OWN
SOAP
prevents.-  roughness    of   the
skin and chapping.
Best for toilet and nursery use. 03S
AlBERT TOILET SO'P CO., Mfrs. MONTREAL.
Coal.���Coal lands may be purchased at
no per acre for soft coal and "fUO lor anthracite. Not more than 320 acres can'
be acquired 'by one -individual or company., Royalty at the,rate of ten cents
per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be,collected
on the gross output.
Quartz.���Persons of eighteen years and
lover and joint stock companies holding
free miner's certificates may obtain entry
tor a mining location. ,
A free miner's certificate is granted for
,jne or more yeais, not exceeding hve, up-"
on payment in advance of $7.50 per annum for an' individual, and from K50 to
H00 per annum for a company, according
to capital.        , n -   -   ' ,   ' -
-A fiee miner having discovered mineral
In place, may locate a claim 1300x1300 l'ect
by marking out the-same with two lcs.ir
posts, lieaiiiig. location notices, one, ai
each end on the line of the lode 'or vein
The claim shall be recorded within nl-
ceen days if located within ten miles of a
mining recorder's ofllce, one addition.il
day allowed for every additional ten
'miles or fraction. The fee for recoidiiiu'
a claim Is J5. -;, ,-t -     -        '
At least ?1U0 must betexpended on, the,
claim each year or paid to the mining recorder in lieu theieof. When S500 has been
expended or paid, the locator may, upon
having a survey made, and upon complying with other requnements, puichabe
the land at $1.00 an acre.
Pei mission may be granted by the Minister of. the' Interior to locate claims,
containing iron and mica, also copper, in
the Yukon Territory, of an area not exceeding IdO acres.     . ,
The patent for a mining location shall
prov ide lor the p.ij nienl ot a royally of ii pui
cent ol Llie sales ul Uie -.loducls otitic locaiun.
Placer Mining, Manitoba and the "N.W.
T.( excepting the' Yukon Terntoij.���
Placer mining claims seju-ially aie 10U
feet square; entry fee, $5,. lenewalile
yearly. On *��� the North Saskatchev. an
Klver claime for either bar or bench, Hie
foimer being'100 feet long and extending
between high and low water mark. 'Die
latter includes"; bar diggings, but extends
back to the base of the'hill or bank, bui
not exceeding 1,000 'feet. Wheie steam-
power is used, claims MX) feet wide may
be obtained.
. Dredging in the livers of Manitoba
and the N. \V. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory.���A tree miner may obtain onlj
two leases ol live miles each for a lei in
of twenty years, renewable in the Uisuf--
tlon of  the Mimsler ot  the Interim.*
The lessee's right is confined to the submerged beds or bars of the river beiovv
low water mark, and subject to thu iighi-.
of all pei*,oii3 who have, oi .who may i-.-
ceivo entries foi bar diggings or ueneli
claims, except on. tho aaskateho^.m
���luver, where the lessee may dredge lo
high water mark on each alternate leaoe-
hold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in opei -
ation within oue season lioni the daiu ul
the lease lor each iivp miles, but vvln-i*.
a pel SOU Ol COinpallJ huu obtained mule
than one lease une diedjfe lor eauli 111-
teen miles or I'l action is suihcieui
"Heiital, {lu per annum lor each mile ul
river leased. Koyalty at the late ul twu
and a halt* per cent collected on the'uul-
put alter it exceeds $10,000.
Dredging m the Yukon Teriuoij.���six
leases of live miles each may be giamuu
to a fiee miner lor a teun ol uveal}
years, also lenewable.
The lessee's right is confined lo the
submerged bed oi bais in the nver below low water mark, that boundaiy to
be fixed by lis position un ihe 1st daj ol
August in the year ol the date ol the
lease. '^
The lessee shall have one diedge in op-
of the lease, aud one dredge lui eaeli
eration within two years lioni ihe Uan.
five miles within six yeais lioni such
date. Rental, $100 per mile for the in si
year," and $10 per mile for each subsequent year. Koyalty, same as placer mining.
Placer Mining In the Yukon Territory.
���Cieek, liver ,gulch and hill claims shall
not exceed S!50 feet In length, measured
on the base line or general diiection ol
the creek or gulch, the width being fiom
1,000 to 2,000 feet. All other 'placer claims
shall be 230 feet square.
ClaJms are marked by two legal posls,
one ai each end, beating nonces. Jiiun
must be obtained within ten days, if the
claim is within ten miles of mining io-
corder's ollice. One extra day alluwed
for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking a claim
must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is entitled
to a claim of 1,000.feet in length, and il
the party1 consists'ol'two, l.Buo feel altogether, on the output of which no royalty
shall be: charged, the rest of the parly
ordinary claims only.
.Entry fee, $10. Royalty at the rate of
two and one-half per cent on the value
of the gold shipped from tho 1'ukon Territory to be paid to the Comptroller.
���No free miner shall receive a grant ol
more than one mining claim on each sep-
erate river, creek or gulch, but the same
miner may' hold any number of claims
by purchase,-andlfree miners may work
their claims in partnership by tiling
notice and paying fee of $2. ��� A claim may
be abandoned, and another obtained on
the same creek, gulch or river, by giving
notice and paying a fee.
Work must be done on a claim each
year to the value of at least $200.
A certificate that work lias been done
must bo obtained, each year; if not, the
claim shall be deemed to be abandoned,
and-open to occupation and entry by a
free miner. ' '
The boundaries, of a claim may be defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the Yukon
Official Gazette.:
Petroleum.���All unappropriated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, tlie North-west
Territories and within the Yukon Territory are open to prospecting for petroleum, and' the "minister "may reserve for
an individual or company having machinery on the "land to bo prospected,
an area of 640 acres. Should tho prospector discover oil in paying quantities,
and satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area not exceeding 610 acres, Including the oil well and such other land
as may bo determined, will be sold to
the discoverer at the rate of $1.00 an
acre, subject to royalty at such rate as
may be. specified by order-ln-councll.
Department of tho Interior, Ottawa,
February, 190','
JAMES A. SMART
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
THE CITY EXPRESS
E.W.'B.'Paget, Prop.
Prompt delivery of parcels, b:igga��e,
etc.,- to any part of the City. '    ���   '
Any,"Kind of Transferring
" '\   Undertaken.-'
^��r&&&
Ffty.
All   orders deft   nt*R. Al. Smytire's
Tobacco Store, or liy Teleplnnii*. M��. 7
....-11 :..-    r..._..   .... .*���"
.uKft^ S"Hd Tooth  Saws
stock ��t lowest'i-aU't.'   * , ...   i        J '���v**ft**  '���'. ���'������ s,'-,t's   ktPL  '��
will,receive prompt al.trntiuii
r Wing Chung's newly_ imported -stock "of Ch'inese
and Japanese goods. \ ���
The'best'assortrhcht ever"
��� landed ""in*"" R'evelstT)l*fe*T;of'
usefulp�� and ,
articles:
! <> 'ornamental
Tea services
1-M.ilt**- ���
H.lskul.s
Cine Oli.iu-s
Hand kerchiefs
Klowor I'ols
��� Umbiclla Sliinil-*
Lunch lUskcle
SinokniK .lacl.'ets
Silk Goods.
'    GOLD FISH      ,x
Finest stock of candies and fruit,'in tovvn.
. ,   Front Street, Revelstoke
REVELSTOKE, B. G.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS., - PROPRIETORS.      ,. '',
- ," ��� -r , - - -   rj
l'irst-ckss in every respect.. "All modern conveniences.
���i   "   l  .'   Large Sample 'Rooms." '  '-     .    '    ���-
percDay, '-,      * Special Weekly Rates: ,       -   -   -   "��-_
same management.
| Newly built/'-
'i.
Rates $1.50
Queen's Hotel, Trout 'Lake; -under
������^ t^ ^ ^ ^ ^ i-l'-*^ t^ r^
Vfffc  _,
WAH   CHUNG,
General Store and',
, Restaurant Keeper ���
""ATrimo Stock of Groceries, FrVrit," ""
,   Vegctirlile's. '      .       '
MEALS AT,-ALL HOURS.
Try our Iced Sodas, Tec Crernir, Strnw-
-, berries and Cieam.    Ctui't be" *
beaten in the City.
FRONT ST., REVELSTOKE.
HOTEL    LARDEAU
.  . COMAPLIX'.===
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<$>
,4, The Best House in Town:
*-*��-'''��� -' ' ���- '"������*
^   ' Best Brands afb WINES, SPIRITS and ^CIGARS kept in;Stocfc.
<*$>.
r-fr-f ���
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,'y. <��� r~^\
.'
Well Furnished'
*W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.
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Good Table fa
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COMAPLIX
CHIEF YOUNG,
Proprietor.
This- shorthand is totally diflorcnl In nil
others II only Likes weeks to le.un, msle.iri
of nionl'is or \enrs. It can bo ro.itl likepnnl.
Al Iho fourth le-?on ion write 10 words, ai.c! at
the 10th lesson 100 words a 'iniiiulii. Xliolirsl
thruo- lo.sons en.iblos you to in.iku private
mitus, ami tlio-fltli_ lesniii brings vim to correspond i ni; stjlo, Ihu 20lli~.mcl final, lesson to ro-
poitii]^* It takes bill _lv\o liours r.o ilcarn Hip
ii_rst lesson, mill a spccinioii.ninj bu soon nt the
Kootcniti Mini on application lo tlio inntia^er.
Mi U.iiwiiii IjOsSoiis by mail arc unite easy
Wo finaraiiloo succors Our joniiL'Ost pupils
arol.'l'/��, and tlio ol<lo<-t82. Tjpovvi itnn,' I.iukIiI
bj mail. Wo foivvard jou lesson shooLs to loach
>on tho correct liniiorm^���al! tho Illinois All
aro taiiKliton tho blind touch sjsioiii. Write,
sayintr tho *naciiino vou h.-ivo. or if we are to
supply you with a New or Second hand one
Wo tlo not hircout uiitcluiios. '
T12KMS ��� For shorthand SI0 to completion,
payable bj instalinont*j._ TjiiovvritniK +2.1 to
completion, but payment in advance Address
the Socrotaiv. Studios Vancotuor, Oranvillo
st , Uox SOI; Victoria, Yatos st , P O   Hox I7IJ
The Master Mecluuiios I'lii-o Tai- Soap liciil**
and softons Uie skin, while pioinplly cle.insiiiK
it. of urease, oil, rust, etc Invaliiabli: for mo
chimics, fuiniois, spoi'tsiiien. I'Yei' sample of
receipt of 2c. for postage. Albeit Toilet Soup
Co.. iii.uiufaotiiicis, Montieal.
100 SILK PIECES!
Extra large silk and satins for fancy
work. Lowly colors sine lo plcaso, wild book
of fancy woik and aitislie pn-ininin, AI.I. fin
1.1 cents, 2 lols for 2.1c, Money idinned instantly if notus- represented. IHii-stiim-d 1.131'
���"RKK. Address: EXCELLO CO., *72 Main
Stroot, East Orange, N. J.
fflmmm
Slandara lamcdy lor. Gleet,
Gonorrhoea and Runnings
IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladdor Troubles.
tar
DON'T
MARRY, DOCTOR or ilos
pair, "Don't do   a thlnK"
till you  soo   clonrly wluirs
bost by nifl of Flashlights
on Human Naturo, on  hoallh, disease, lovn,
marriiiKO and iiaroiiliifin.   Tolls what yon'il nsk
a doctor, bntdoii't like to. 210 piiKOS, llliiHtral-
ed, 2r>conts; but   to  fnlrodiicn it wo send ono
only  to nny adult   for   postiiKO. II) coiits.   M.
HILL PUfi. CO., 129East   28th Street, New-
York.
'Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars._
^Travellers to Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation
at this Hotel. ' <
3DJElT3<i~��Z.
PERFECTION.  COCOA
It is absolutely pure
S CHOCOLATE CAKE IGINCS,
CREAM BARS ETC. ARE VERY CHOICEST QUALITY      .
COWAN CO., Limited, Toronto
E.   B.   EDDY'S
���=ai
" KINC*  liDWARD," 1000-
" HKADLIGHT,".VKJ,
"KAGr.E," 10('s .nul-JOOs
" VrCTORIA,"
.'���LITTI-I*:  COMK'V.":
POK   SALE   EVERYWHERE.
Are. the Best that can be bought.
Don't cxperimenl with other and inferior brands.
TJS.E   AHJDJD^r'S, THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  '���������  If you think you  would like  to start  , TAKING   PHOTOGRAPHS  just call and see the variety of  KODAKS  AND  CAMERAS  I ' r  CANADA DRUG &  BOOK CO.  They keep   all   the   necessary  sTJpp]Jes and chemicals.  Call, or'send'a post card for  Catalogue.   ���������''/',  '    B0RN-  I'l.-iiirncii*-*-On Nov. 10th, 1.6'iMr-.  Mrs. E   I'urrirlgy, n .V.'n*  nnd  iinnivoi-sni-y, of their we'U.in}*" Inst  \\'e(liu'sd.i.v liy Kiviiij,'i dinner I ������������������'���������'��������� y  at their home and the. I'v-eniiiK after  'wns oiijnynlily .spfiit," in kiiiikw uml  inns-it;. Tiros*--, pr-chcnl' wci-ir : Mr.  .ind'An--,. Dickey, Mr. nnd Mil-,. Krnsiir,  Mr. and * Mrs. "'l'liin, Mr. ������m\ Mi"*  Ci-ccliinin, Mrs. Smith'-Mi*-.** lliiy-voml,  Miss Smith und Mr. I!,intiii������.  Local and General.  J. A. linker,'tlie socialist cimiliil.no.  _ will.address tlie'olector's tonif-ht.  ,J. .1. Young Ims rcni'ovwl to'^-ils"''^  ' tlie plant of the l/.u'deau I*3.*-b'o.     ,  J   Ca.l'"> i"-"1*" -*''-''1'   lli"3 ���������'ci*'"-'*'1"'0 (,n  /s.-conil   Street, ,to   H.  **IcSc*rl(iy(.iii(l  ''intends   li'uilfli'n-,- ti   new    liuuac-mi  McKen/.io Avenue. , *.  (.'.' S. iMcCiirlcr', is applying'to llie  provincial legislature fti'ii privirlo lull  to incorporate' ii' company to supply'  Golden -villi water. ,J  .' >"eivs> was i(Feciveil to day of tlio  death of W..F. Ciage, .formerly of  .J'evc-lstoko,ataanilon from pneumonia  The remains will ho Inought to'Kovoi'-  ttoke for interment. '--.���������  '��������� F. J'. Lewis., secretary to the Koole-  nnv Curling Association, has called  the annual ineetinit'of tiro absociutiim  for Monday, Dee. J"2th. A meeting of  the .local curling clubVill also he held  shortly.  ' Mr: ���������"���������niton, architect, of' Vancouver, was in the city Tuesday inspecting the liutire-Liiwrence Block  and the skating rink,. F. Manning;  whose house adjoins it, having complained that the latter building is  unsafe.*"     _���������,,    ,' -     ''  - O. II." Macintosh is* announced to  speak at Kevelstoke "on the l(ith,'*iir.cl  the Liberals" 'lire ." endeavoring to  '���������arrange with* his committee for the  privilege of also having a speaker on  their side to.meet Mr. Macintosh on  the platform.     ,  Social ,:& Personal.  J. "0. Sibbald returned Sunday from  his eastern trip.  .Mrs.   K.   L.   Burnett, of Rosslar.d,  will take up her residence   for   winter  ' t at Nakusp. ' ,  Mrs. K. A. Ilnggen left this week  for a trip to A usti-alia a nd New Zealand, and will be away some months.  J. 11. Cressm.-in has returned  from .-���������  trip   to   Ontario,    where    ho   went to  .attend the funeral   of   his   mot her nf,  Goderich.  Mr. and Mrs. T. E. L. Taylor have  again made their home in Revelstoke. occupying the house next 15. A.  Lawson's on Third St.  .Rev. A. II.  Cameron,   J'rcsliylei-ian  minister recently stationed at Cariboo,  has just   returned   from a   trip to St.  Louis exposition and went   south this  'morning to Midway, his  new  station.  The   Caledonian   society of Revel-  fctoke should   be  resuscitated   and   a  celebration arranged for St.  Andrew's  Day.    The celebration   two  years ago  was an excellent .-ifl'air  and   we  hope  to see on St.  Andrew's nicht  another  ' reunion of "brither Scots."' \  The Scottish concert on St. Andrew's night. (Nov. 30) in the Opera  House, under the auspices of the  Williug Worker's, promises to be an  event of the season. The very best of  our local talent are heartily cooperating to make tbe Willing Worker?  etlort a complete slice-.--.-..  , Mr. and Mr.-. W. J. Dickey, of  Second ?t., celebrated the seventeenth  What Do  You Want  In a Drug Store?  IIere is a splendidly equipped and carefully conducted  prescription department,  Mere an; all the recoyni/.ed  remedies in their best and most  efficacious forms.  Business Locals.  Komi lilfOWN'S advertisement.  J*re.sh Maracniho'Choeolates nl Dews'  Drug Store.  II. Manning has enlarged Iris stoi'r*  on McKenx.ic Ave. ",      _  ,  ���������We have'a shipment of' HcinUiiisui"  pianos on the vv-ny.���������R. liowson. '  ���������Richmond .Straight Cut cigarettes,  Ivv-o packages for 25c. at BROWN'S.  ' Hook-keeping, Shorthand, Arithmetic. Night, cln.ss Monday, and Wednesday.    Apply Cowan Block.  Another beautiful line of souvenir  goods just opened at the Ciinndii Drug  Store on the corner.    ,  Jlc'd lounges, couches, combination  Kecrelarii-o, Morris chairs, hook shelves,  music racks. .John IS. Wood, '"urni-  lu re.Store.  Peterson's pipes at UI'OWN'K. " *  ' New goods'arriving at Bows' I'rtij:  Stoic . ,  M I*!, n rn'slic lines of furniture ever ou  UNhibiiion in Revelstoke at How-son's.  Cliamnphone Records', Needles, and  till littings 'for. Mile, at the (Jainul-.i  Drug and Book Store., ,   -,  ," If you want your- customers to see  advertising that 'stick.';' out put your  ailvortihing'in the" I<ooti*n vy-Mail.'  i ' Ti-ireiniin's studio is.now,open daily.  Sittings''at ranged for to .suit your  conven'ieii'cc. Ov'ci -Canada .Drug it  li.-'i)"k Ctr. < '   ,  Klower.-, anil .vegetables all ^winter,  curiiHLions,ooln.Vhitril.lieiniinm, Jetlncu  and watuiciess. FUi'rnlj designs, -n  .specialty,--... Mai.ky, I".oris!..  Our e.\ tension .tiiblus" and dining  rooin'sets of chaiis arc going pretty  rjuiclt. Let us supply you a_ set Wo  have a large stock of-'them. Wow-ill  give you a discount. ,. John IS. Wood,  The I'eoplo's'Fiiruitiiro'Ilou&o. '-  "'Slaughter sale of cigaiettes at  BI'OWN'S. ' ' '   ,  ,,1'KHSCRILTIONS receive (he ni.-st  cai-eful attention at Uevvb' Drug Store.  Remember the I'hilliiiriiionic Society's Concert on Thanksgiving night'.  Nov. J7th. Tickets '50c and 75o at  Ciiiinda'Drug and Book Co! '  We have a iargo ' supply of China  Cabinets. .You want one to arrange  your chinii and'silverware in so that  it will show to advantage. John E.Wood'The Big Furniture Stoic' "  ' Visitors to Revelstoke will find it to  their advantage to stop at.the Ccntnil  .Hotel.     Fiou bus tuanil f��������� u -nil i\ay  stations to meet all trains.  Chocolates at BROWN'S [  A gentlcmaii who ha's'just returned  from a trip south says ho heard everywhere tho Kooti:xay Mai)', .spoken of  in the highest terms. -*������������������-       - ���������  Artists and Draughtman's(Supplies  Tracing Linen, and Inks of all,Colors  at the Canada Drug Store, City.  Read the" advertisement of the Big  Four Consolidated Gold Mining_Co.,  Ltd., in,another column. Yon can't  heat this as nn investment.  Make it* down hill to your store  from all direction-, and adv-eilisc and  trade will-How- in. Your busincss-  getting advertising should appear in  the ICooti:.\ay Mam..  A good a.ssortmenfc of ladies secretaries. You vviint one to keep your  letters intact instead of having to  hunt all over the house when you  have to write a letter. John IS. Wood.  The Furniture Stoic.  Jf you want Chamois Vests, "Chest  Protectors, or Chamois Skins to make  vests out of you can get any si'/e at the  Canada Drug Store.  J1..G. Muller, the popular landlord  of the Coldstream llotej,Vernon,has retired from active business and leased the  well-known premises opposite the'  depot foi a period ,of five years to J. ���������  T. Taylor, of Okanagaii Landing, the  tr.insler taking place, last TuomI.iv"  It's the thrill of enthusiasm and the  true ring of truth you feel and hear  back of the cold typo that makes you  buy the thing advertised, and the fact  of that advertising appearing in the  Kooti'.vay Mail clinches the business.  We have the largest and most complete stock of horse blankets in the  Interior; huge si/.e duck fur shanty  purposes,.iIsc lur robes grey goat, cub  bear, Russian wolf, black Galway,  Sandwich and the f.imou-* Alberta  (imitation) burValo, also vuhiI and  plush rugs, full and riispi-ct them  befoie purchasing a robe for the  winter.���������1>. C. McLaren, the-..uMier,  Kamloop-.  Now on, the imarket, choice residential property on 7th Street,  Blocks 51 and 54 surveyed into  lots, 50 x 100 feet,   >,,       ,  j  and upwards, on easy terms.  . We-have decided to present ,$ 10.60,worth of Fruit Trees  to each acre of "land sold iii the fruit gardens near Mclvenzie  Avenue.    LOW PRICES   AND   EASY   TERM'S.       ���������  REVELSTOKE.INSURANCE AGENCY  LIMITED ...  .'..'���������'   Agents..   ������'  ���������ROCLAMATIOE  Electoral District of Kootenay To Wit:  PUBLIC, XOTICK IS IIKKHHY  given'to Electors,of the l'lectoral  District aforesaid, that in obedience lo  JJ is r-lajosty's writ to'mo directed and  hearing'dat.o llic2!'lh day of September.  A: I). 11)01, I rciprire the prof-onco'.of  the electors, at the COURT 'IOIJSK  in the,, CITV OF iN'KLSQN' in said  district on tlio, 1*1 KST DAY of the  month of NOVI'MUKIl, A. D. HI01,  from noon'until two of the clock in the'  aftornoonjfor the jiiirpusu of nominating n person to represent them in Iho  I10USK OF COMMOiNS'ofCANADA;  and that in case a poll,.is demanded  mid allowed irr the manner by law prescribed, such poll, will ho'opened on,  'the 22nd day or iVoveinber, A. I)., I'M)I  from the hour'of Nino'in tho forenoon,  until Five of the clock in tho afternoon in each of (he following'polling  divisions, that is lo say: t    ,  JS*o.  ���������   I  STOVE  Susl, .-ii-i-ivcd ,-i caiload  ol' Stoves,  coinprisi'uu,  Sti-el   Haniv-s",   ''nnk  Stoves, Coal Heating Slovt'S Wood lle.-il'ing Stoves. .     ���������       .  ,    ���������      '     ���������   Air Tight Heaters from $3-50 up. ', ������  i We'.-u-f .showing Hie Uri'i"*!1. li *l" Wood  Menlei", I'vei' sl'i'ovvu-in this-  ,    '\  fi'oods ol'the besl' (union   made).      1'i-iees  olMhe   best   nnd   values  "'W'M.' LAWRENCE, Revelstoke,  Agent TIIjnrcN-CilJliN'KY CO.  II.iinilHjii.    .      [  Cho'colatos;  Hon   Dons,  Almond Crotpietle, oto. "-    -  inMSW STOCIC'AKKIVIXG 'JMILY'. ���������  BROWN'S -;  TOBACCONISTS ���������'      "8888s -  ;   CONFECTIONERS  CITY COUNCIL.  Regular meeting lust night. L'les-  cnt: The Mayor, Aid. McLeod,' Lewis,  Field, Foote.  'coiiiii:si-o.voi:n'Oi:.  Chief Bain reporting on lire .tint ins.  It. Tu idling's   Ic-titcr, io aiclu walk n'n  Victoriii'koad, was laid over.  *    II. Duriidge applied for sidcvv-n'lk. >  The Mayor said a retaining wall was  required at'powerhouse, and lead oiler  ol" C. 13. Fronicv' to do tho woik for  ���������i!2!i:*,.iis iigairfst $250 for cost'-of a  "wooden'picr. "It wasdeci(led"to accept  Mr. Fromoy's tender."  H. Tapping tendered $100, for old  school building The Mayor pointed  out that in two years'iht-y would u-  ((iiire more school accommodation,  and if that building was fixed up it  would make 'two good class i-noiiis.  I In offered ���������'f'250 for it for the IC. of l*'s  and his oiler was rejected. The build  ing o<Yst_over $.'',000 when origiimlly  put up, and it vvoiild,not cost hilk'Ii ������������������������  lix it up. "  Aid. McLeod considered the city  would never get a better bid for it.���������  Otfer accepted.  ki:i'Oiit  The W.-u. r and Light Commit lee  recommended, in view of neci.--.sity of  extending water service- on si*clh .stn et.  that a.carload oi-liu. pipe be procured.  ��������� Laid over.  A false alarm w.is rtimr in the Nn   I  lire hall Thur.-dny by   a team runmiie  ag-iinst a post and kn. ckintr down th  lire alarm box. ��������� '  DRAMATIC CLUB  Plays Ticket of Leave Man."  , The entertainment given by the  Dramatic OI::b on Wednesday night  was greeted with a .small house, ho  doubt due to the poor way-in which  it had been advort,ise(L_lThe''performance was - certainly4 deserving of., a  larger audience. Tne company staged  the -'Ticket of Leave Man," and-it  was a most cicditable production.  The scenery'- was the work of T. II.  Dunne, and -was executed with -his  well-known artistic ability. The star  nf thc-picee was well played by J. \V.  Chilton and Miss Corley, who took  the purl of the henjino, proved ��������� a  great favorite with the audience for  her clever performance. To Mrs.  Dunne was nHotted the part of Emily  .-st Evreniond, in which she made a  most eredit.-i'ile presentation.- Mrs.  Wilks is one of the best amiiteti.-  players in ihe. e.ity, and as Mrs.  Willouglily she well sustained the  reputation she has*Yarned.. W. Henry  played the part of Jim Dajton and W'.'  A. Clumbers took ihe. difficult part of  ."Welter .Muss. \\". A. Sturdy made an  excellent Havvshaue. D. 'M. Hue as  Mr. Gibson."- 0. D. l'almer as Sam  Willoughby, and A. Crosby as Maltby  all performed their pirts well.  The sta *e management   was   in the  hand.-: of Mr. Dunne-who as usual  did  ibis part of the work thoroughly well.  At the close of the. performance.the  [ii-.ill    was   cleared    fur    dancing,' the  i music being provided by the Band.  Merc are toilet  descriptions for all  health and   beauty.  irticles of all  purposes of  AT Till-:  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  CHAS. J. QUINAN; Manager.  GRIP AND-PASSWORD.  .M.\-OM< .  The Kev. 0. A. I'roctrnier, of Kuynl  Arch Masons, left on Monday mi.ruing to visit the Royal Aich Chapter*)  in Kiist ICiiotenay and nInn to institute  a new Chapter at Fernie, I', (', to he  c.illi-d "The Crow'-i Nest Ciiapior."  The icvuriied gentleiiiiin returned  liiirne hisl evening.  r . o. I..  Tho Fraternal Order of l'"ii������les will  In.Id their second anuii.il b.inipiet a nd  hall on .l.iii.'ind novt. F.vciy etVint,  is being in.idi: io eii-'iirc this ball being the hikccss of the season.  IJSMM) To UK (MVK.V AWAY.  T.< evory person who comes lo our  ollice on or befoie licit, 'I'liurMhiy,  claims this reward, and piovei In our  satisfaction Ihat he has neithei seen,  read, heaid nl", or in any ol her iimnnei  gotten any knowlcilge of Ibis ndver  tisciiient, ������t ������vill pny .flOO iii v���������a},.  Tliio .extraordinary olfer isnindo in  order that we may find out who it, is  that doesn't read the advcrtisuiiiciils  in Tin-; Kootiv.say A'aji,.  BURGLARY,  Ri M. Smythe's Store  Entered.  On Thursday nig.-.t fi.- M rimytbe's  tobacco .store on First f'treet. , Ilevel-  stoke. was entered ~":tnd over .1*20 in  Crtsh besides goods .stolen. Kntranee  was elfected by ; the back floor which  was found battered.in. So far there  i.~ nn clue t i thn tli ef.  ARROWHEAD.  CHURCHES.  s-r i'i.ri:ii-;.  Morning   ������������'rvi<*en   and   Ifory   Cnui  innnion at H and II.     Kveninir M-rv i'-i  at 7-:*D  l-IlKs-l!Y'l Kill VV  Kev. ,f ' f!    Herd num. D fl . snpiTm-  tenden t of mi'-.ieii*' in   the   ,-:'. nnd   ..ft  Mriti"'.   t'oliirnhi.i    lMfl    Albe.r.i    %���������,]}'\  oecrrpv    the   pulpit   ut   St     Andrew'-!  Church both morning and evening tn-i  morr'iw.   He will ii No vtKir the .S.ibti.ith j  school  in the afternoon. |  i  SWI'.DIrill   -CliVK'l s. |  On Sunday Piutor II.iwkin*< uill  hold Swedish services in the Oildfellnvv -  Hall, over I-nit. Office, nl, \������-'.]<) ,i.m ,  I) p.m , and 8 p m  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Healing.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Krom Our Own  (*oi*r0spoiiflon!,.  Mrs. F Morrow and son, of lCam1-  ioops. have returned home after  spending ��������� a few weeks with Mr. and  Mrs. Donovan. - Mrs. Morrow made  some very warm friends during her  stay here.  j file new ho-'pi till .it Arrowhead is  j ������������������uiiipleied and will ati-irtly be opened  . fur reception of p.itionts. The con*  , ir.iot was carried nut by K. J. Ballard,  , who has m.ide an excellent job of it.  A    lY'idlnv,   of   Revelsioko,   did'  the  1 j'l.l.-ter.llg.  -Mr. H.-illitrd   Ii.h   the contract from  llie  'vrrowhe.id   Lumber   Ciiipiiny for  | the erection    of   the new building for  llie   Imperial   U.inlc    otlrces   and    li.i**  irted work on  it.  VVANTKD  J>rcVf'Lr*:       I-'OI-'NO-Owiier     e.m  have saint;   l(y calling   on    Chief  of   Police .'ind   proving   prop'vty  and  paying cxpeiisiw.  IV  ".-lOIiSALf*; OIHCAI'-Ofifioiil ���������.tuvi*  '  one   box   stov  nicctric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Jileclric Rxlnres Zl���������a" l>i"1 '"���������  Second Street, Revelstoke  \pply at fCfiolcn.iy  I lf(.L   VVANTKI)  f    wak, etc.  illon, CVim.ipIix  *   and   rmi'  Mail office.  he.itei.  / I (RI.   VVA.NTKI)   for-   dining  ' /    work, etc.    Apply to VVm.  -room  Hiiin-  rjllf K owner of ,i pair' ol /..idi'-iSpi < I.  J     .if-les-c.-in h.ive virile nn applying a I  WAiNTl'jl*-Hevernl    good   men   |f,  work riiniiiid s-awiiiill and   ynid  llf K own.'r of ,i pair ol  e sari  Ko'itk.v v v M,v if, Onir-  ANTKO-Several  iniifl s-a*  liig f'end Lumber- (,'ouip,inv.    Ar-i-nw-  WANTKD Reliiibl.-AII.JN in eve.y  l.ovvn in C-ininla. to l.nke orders  I'm tiiiloi'-iniidc ,.clothes ; peniiiuienl  eniployiiienl, good eiimmiMshiu.; ex-  liei-ienceiiniiecessiii-y.���������(!. L. I'oiiviei-,  Custom Tailor, '41 Lombard Street,  Toronto, Out.  I'ossland.     ,,*'  '<  J'osslnnd. * '   ' ���������  lipssland. ��������� '  J'ossland. ',  Hossland. ''.  Mclson.        '    '*  Nelson.-1  Nelson. ,-  Nelson.  "Nelson. ,' "   ���������'���������"���������"'  Trail.  Trail. "      , '  lievelst'oke. '     ,    . "  Hcvelstoke. /  Kaslo. -'        i  lCaslo._    '  Gran brook.  Ci an brook. .,        *'   -',  Cianbrook:'    .  Fernie.  Fernie. i,'  '.  Kcrnic. .'    '-       ' .   -���������  Chinii Creek.     _ .   -  Castlegar.       , ,'  '.  .Fire Valley.'  ')ccr L'tirk.  r"  Burton City.  Nakusp.      ' , '  St."Leon. . -"  Ai-rowhetid. ....   *  "Ronton.  Coma'pli.v,"   -      , '  Canrborno. * '"  AVigWiim.        ' .  ,  Claiiwillinm. '  Illeeillewaet.  Albert Canyoii.   .,    .' .'  o Glacier. *     "   ������,  Jlogors J'ass.  J3cavei-niouth.,    _    ,,<  Donald.    ,'  ; Golden.,, ' -   ���������  J'alliscr. ,    - 0 '  Field.   '  Jlog Kiinche.  Carbonate/    -  Spullimacheen.  Galena...   '        <  Briscoe.   " ,  Wihner. /  vithclnier.  AV'indcfmere.  Wanelit.  J'rie.   -. ���������.      ,  Sulnio.   *  Ymir.  Yi'iin- Mill.  Queen Mine.  .Arlington'Mine. ������  Second .Relief Mine.  Velvet Mine,  Patterson.  Blocan .Junction.  "Winlaw.  Slocan City.  Enterprise Landing.  Silvcrton.  New Denver.  Rdscbori-y.  Three Forks.    '  Siindon.  IMcGuigan.  Whiteivater.  Lnrdo.  I'opl.-ir.  Trout Lake City,  Ferguson.       .,        ���������   1  Ainswoiih.  Pilot Bay.  Gr.initc.  Athabaska Mine.  Faiivievv'..  Willow Point.  Proctor.  Sirdar*.  Kitchener. -  Ores ton.  Moyie City.  Kimberlcy.  Fort Steele.  Fort Steele Junction  Ryan.  Marysvillo.  Mioux-.  Carrutherfc' Mill..  ��������� Ward n or.  Jin 11 River.  Pony Creek (Old Town.)  Wattshurg.  W.isn.  Gateway.  Kykc-rts.  Jiilfiny.  Klko.  Mfirrissey Mines.  Carbonado.  Morrissey.  Coal Creek.  ���������Spm wood.  Michel.  The L0011.  Crow's .Vest.  Molly Gibson Landing.  Galena P>ay   (Dickinson's  Crimp)  McCiilloch  Creek (Uig  iJend)  Kevelstoke    Liiml'er  Co's Cnni[) (Hrg IJend)  Klkinouth.  Sinclair  Fairmont  Thunder Hill  And fuither, Hint on the ;*il h  day of  Decern her, A. D.  11)01,  at   the   Court  House,   in   the City of Nelson, at the  hour of I I o'clock  in   the   forenoon, I  Mliull open ihe ballot boxes, add it)) the  voles given for the several   uandidates  ami return as   elected   tho one having  the majority of the  vole.-.  Given under iny hand, at the City  i-f lio-slaud, this 8th day of October,  A.D. ItiO-l.    '"  JOHN  I'OULTI'EI-",-  Returning Officer.  ���������I.  ',   ���������-���������'  ���������J.  r>.  0...  7.  '   s.  0.  LO.  11.'  12.'  j :���������*.  M.  'IB.  1().  IT.  rl8.  Pi). 1  -. 20.'  21.  22.'  28."  , 'li! ���������  25.  ". 20*  27.  28.  ' -2!).'  30,  3L.  32.  33,  3-1,  .'15.  0 30,  37.  ,, 38.  3').'  '10.  ��������� '���������I-*-*  ���������12.  -13.  U.  '15.  40.'  ' d7."  ���������AS.  "19.  .r)0.  ��������� 51?  52.  ,   "53.  5-J.  55.  56.  '57.  58.  59.  ,00.  '   OL.  02.  03.  01.  .   05.  00.  07.  08.  09.  70.  7L.  72.  73.  7*1.  75.  70.  77.  ��������� 78.  '79.  SO.  8L.  82.  83.  S'l.  So.  80.  87.  1   88.  89.  . 90.  9L.  92.  93.  9.|.  95.  90.  97.  98.  *99.  100.  101.  102.  103.  101.  105.  100.  107.  1 OH,  I Oil.  110.  III.  112.  113.  I hi.  115.  110.  117.  118.  119.  120,  "'And we nre ready for the trade.     I'vorything in connection with  this,hou-c is first class. .    Our seloctiou of Woollens is the 1,-er.t.  ViVout every garincnt"with a pcrfoot".s|ylo nnd lit, rind tiro work-  -  manship gives it a beiiiitifitlclinish, n joy lo tho'ciistomer.  THE TAILOR  Wholesale and. Retail ,       , , ,  v  .   .; Meat,Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage : ���������-, '   _/,  "���������."<'��������� '<s^p&*ss-<Cals'a.ry, Alberta  / S. .3yC������3VC-ALHIOisr  BLACKSMITH ���������������- WHEELWRIGI-IT  ** ' ' S A    f  \ -   _' ' KISVELSTOKH. J3, C. ' (,     '" ,   "-:<__.  '  has heen appointed agent for the Fair-child Co. of Winnipeg, the .John,1  Deere Plow Company, the MolineAV-igon Company, and'the  Canada  "Cai-i-iage'Cdmpiiny ol'"Jii'Ockvillo,-and will curry'lull stocks of-cutters,  '"���������wagons,   plows, carnage furnishings' and agricultural implements of, '���������  all kinds.      , ' ' ,-.,', , '       '  ' ,     'Orders placed with him will be tilled with 'the  best class of maim-"'*  fact tires in the ni.-u-ket. . '        . ' -  , , '  09  , ' " Wearer's Protection "  .**       v  Dare  the "makers;  of the Slater Shoe ���������  imperil thevalue>f  . a $250,000 trade  rhafk by  putting  out unworthy shoes bearing  their brand ?,   And the value  of that, brand,,represents the  difference between the protect  WtnmmnnnKiKUixmMMiwMuomi ���������hhhhhimmi^iimmmbi^m  tion of the wearer of unknown  shoes and the famous Good*  i  year Welted . ;  \  $4,00 -rr-rr, 5^3.50  $5:00     l For Women  $5.00  C. B. HUME & Co., Agents, Revelstoke,  J  NTO'I'IOK IS IlKltKHY OIVKN thnt thirty  --^ days niii'i-iluiu I iiilonil Ui ii|iiily to thu  Uliii-f Coniiiiissioiici-ol Ij.uiiIs .mil VV orks* for 11  .s|iL-i-i.il liuciisu to cut. .ind carry ai-.-iiy liinhui-  I10111 thu follow hiK (lusui-lliuil liuiils 111 thu  Ivoolcii.iy Disli-iul.:���������  1 Number One.  CniiiincuciiiK ut liosl, miiiUod ".1. T. Kunlou's  S. \Y. uoruui- post," and plauluil two iiiiles. cas-t,  fi-om 11 point on thn east hank of llu; Colninhiii  mui*, nlmiil, onu .mil 11 hall' miles ahovu inoiilh  ol Oanou 11 \or, lliunuu north III chains, thcuoo  u.-usl IIIU chums, ihouuc soiit.li HI chains, ihcncc-  vvusl Kill chums to place of uoiiiniuiicuiuunl.  Dated Sept. 'JI. J'KJl.  Nniiiliur Two.  t'oininonciiiK ut a poit inai-kcil ".I. T. I''cn-  lon's N'o. I coi'iici- posl," planled two miles eiisl  from a point on the cast hunk of Uie Columbia  river, ulioiit onu and 11 half miles above Ihu  mouth of Cunot' i-ivur, l.hcnic south KI chains,  thcncuuiisl lllilcliiiins, l.lience north HI chains,  tiiuiicu vvusl IIIU chains lo plauu of coininuiicc-  uii'iil,.  Dated Sc|il. 21lli, I'.lol.  JOHN' T. l'"KN'l,ONr.  MO'I'ICK IS IIKKKHV OIVION' thai, **(l days  *N ul lei- dale I iiili-iiil to apply lo Ihu Clue!"  Coiiiiiiissionur of hand**, und Works for u  special licon-u lo uul mill cari-y away liinhui-  finiii thu follovsiilK (lusui'ihcd hinds 111 Ihu  l-Tootun'iy district:  N'liinliur Ore.  CoiiiniuiiuliiKiit a posl, inarked ".I. W. "Viae-  fiii-lnnc's S. VV. corner posl.'" planled SI) chains  south of .1. T. I'Vnlon's N. VV. coiner |ios(,  Ihuiicu cast IIIU cliiiin*', Lheuce noi'lli 1(1 chains  lliuiice west Kill chains, thence ^outli HI u nil s  (o point ol uiniiiu-iicumuiit,.  Number Two.  CiiiiiiuonciiiKal' post marked "J. VV. llac*  fin tine's S. VV . corner posl," planled 111 chains  1-011II1, lheuce Kich.uiis casl, of J. W. Alaufai-liio's  Nd. I S. W. corner post, llicnec east Ilin cliailH,  I hence norlh HI chains llioncu vvcsl, Hit) chains  lln-iice .sonlli HI chain-, lo place of coniiiiciico-  1111 ul.  Diitld Si'lit. 2llli, l!KII.  ,J. \V. JIAlll'^HLANK.  Md-riCK la IIKUKUV ('IVION Unit thirty  -^ ('iiosafli'i-datc I Intend to iiliplj to Ihe  Chief Cniniuissjonur of Liuiils and VV orks for a  xpiunl license lo ciiland cirrj nwiiy tiinhci-  ruiin I In* rollowinii (lesciiheil lands 111 Iho  Koolenay Disii id,:  (-(iiiiiiicnciiiK.il a posiniaik(.d ' .1. *M. ICuIUc'h  S. VV*. cornel pnsL"iind planted on east bank of  Columbia I'ivcr, nhoiit one uule below month  of .Maloucy Cieek. thence iKirih IUt chains,  Uii'iiLC can In chains, llienci* south I OU chains,  llicnec v^csl HJ chainslollie ril.icuof coininunee-  lu'iil.  2  C<Hii!iieni'ilit,'.il .1 post m.-u kotl ".1.51. Ivellie's  ri. K. corner post" and (limited at west bank of  Columbia Itiver, aboul, two miles below inoiilh  of .M.-ilouey Creek," lheuce north (WI chains,  llicnec west M chains, thence .south IliO chains,  thciicoL'iistlUcliuiiisto place of commencement.  Dated this *J7th day of Septm bur. 1901. ���������  J. M. ixhhhlb  "VfOTIOl': IS IIKUJSKY OJVKN that, Ihirty  J.1 days aflcrdate.wo intend lo make application lo llie Hon. Cliief Commissioner of Lands  nnd Works lor ,1 special license to out and  carry away timber from I he follow iiiK described land-,:���������  Number 1.  ConiinenciiiK at .1 post planted1 about'fivo  chains west of liojd's Cabin on Lho divide  buUvuun (Iranbeii-y Crook nnd PinRslon Creek,  marked "ll.li.lj. (Jo's, iiorth-eiist corner post,"  tlieuce south l-ii chains, tliuncu west bl) uliiuns,  thence noil.li SU chains, I hence cast bO chains lo  point of conui eneeiiiciit.  Nuinboi'*.'.  CoinmenciiiKal a lioi-t planted on the west  side ol K. & S. block bll aboul one mile west of  where Hoyil'** Trail to l'ingston Crook crosses  thu buck line of said block and marked " ll.lt.  L. l.'o's. .soiilleeiist eoniei- post." llicnec uesifc'O  chains, lheuce nortli ijl) uhaiiis-, Lhenco east bll  chains, thence sonlli bll chains to (joint of commencement.  Number'*.  Commencing al, a post planted on Ihe west  sidu ol IC. i-.hi. block Sll,about oiiemid niio-hiilf  miles south of where Jioyd's trail to t'imcsUni  Ureek crosses the back lino of said hlouk,  marked "Jt.M.|j. Co's. norlh-east cornor (lust,"  llicnec south Ml chains, theneu west bU chain-,  lheuce north bll chains I hence cast bll chains  lo poinl of uoiniiiuiiueiiiunt.  Number I.  C'oinineiicintr at 11 post planted one milu wust  of the soulli-wcst corner of K. & S. block biih  aud niarkcil'"N.ilcI'Jaehern's south east coiner  liost," thence north Kill cliiiins, llioncu wesl II)  uhiiins, theneu "oulh IW) chains, lhenco east IU  I chains lo point ol commencement.  Airowhead, Nov. b\ lllhl.  ,.           1J10 lll'ZSl) LUMIiEU CO. Ltd.  1 Id 10   VrOTIOI'* 1H jrKUKJIV CUVKN that IK) di[^  a_> alter dale I intend lo apply to the Chief  Commissioner of hand 1 and Works for permission to puichasc I!-.'!) acres of land described as  follows:��������� j  Coiiiniiinciiii;at a post planted on the east  shore of Upper ,Virow Lake about 11 <|iiarle: ','if  mile noith ofJtalf Way Creek near St. Leon,  marked "VV. Cowan s south-west corner post,"  lheuce east II) chains, thence norlh III chains,  llicnec west about IK) chains lo the oust shore of  said lake, ihunco in a south easterly dnectiou  followin-j; the ineaiideriiiKH of said shore to the  point of commencement.  Dated the 7lh day of November, A. I). Illlll.  WM. COWAN.  Illjur.'  NOTICE.  AKTI')]' IS'OV*. lit, 1001, tin* Sunday  ti-ips of the StiMiner Ciedi-ge F.  I'iiiet', lietweeir (Joiiitiplix, Ueatini anil  Ai-nivvhead, will be JDIHUONTJJMUJilD  until lin ther notice.     ..'.'.  EMP1HE LUMBJ3B CO. Ltd.      '  By A. F. Dudgeon, Mf,'t-,

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