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 Provincial Library  c, a AX ���������>*  ���������11  I)  fo  v   "  )  ft'i  i'\  A.1  Jl  (  READ BY  3,750  PEOPLE.  I (C JR  WE OLD ,  .     ESTABLISHED  PAPER.  Vol. 9,-No. 32.  REVELSTOKE. B. C, NOVEMBER 7. 1902.  .$2.00 Per Year  V  r   i ,  You Will Find the Quality  of our Groceries right, as well as the prices.   ..  A "Reasonable Profit, is all we ask,  and we can assure you of our  best attention.  We  respectfully  solicit  your  patronage  and  ;  ,   support. <-  N.W. DEVELOP  MENT CO.  Don't Send Out of Town  i < ' <  i p .  "���������'For  anything.' until ' you   have inspected our  new stock of'    ��������� ���������        '  Dress Goods  ������rjr Goods,  ^Ribbons,  SilKs, etc.,  Imported direct from Scotland.     ,  Meeting of Shareholders at Nelson.  A meeting of shareholders of the  Northwest Development Company  was held at Kelson on Friday. The  election of ai rectors, and ,.��������� management of the mine Avere* the main,  topics of business. 'The share-  lnolclers were represented mainly by  proxy. The following were elected  for the'cnsuing year:  '���������'A. J. .Scott," president; IJ. D.  CurtiH, vice president; M. R. Golds-  worthy, secretary; M. C. Getchcll,  treasurer, II. Z. Brock,' ireneral  manager; J. T. .Fisher, ^V. H.  Dodge, J'1. C. Mayworm, John B.  Curlis, C. D. Hanchette and C. S.  McKcn'zie."  The Nelson directors, .Dr. Hall.  J.'Fred. Hume. I'. Lamont an'd ��������� A.  F. Rosenbcrger, leave the board and  the company's ollice will be- moved  from Nelson to the mine.  '. Mr. Brock's' management was  endorsed.    ' ''  S  Report For October.  0 i  . The 'first three in each class are  given in order of merit. Average' attendance 223.7.  ,  division" t.  High School Class���������F.  Tnlmer,  M.  Hyatt. G. Some-i.    ,��������� .    ������������������'  , Senior Fourth A���������11. JTohbs, \Y.  'Mcliury, M. Edwards.  ' Senior Fourth 11���������L. Jim-git, CI.Gordon. M. Cnklcr.   , '    -  mvisiox ii.  'Junior Fourth A��������� Olive liell. Kdilh  Cooke, Angie ?dcGuiro.  Junior Fourth 15���������Jean Uynll, Joe  Nenlon, .Mable J fay.  DIVISION' in.  Third���������Triiinis Patrick,' Kdnn JJriice,  Elsie Jloolcy.  Second���������Knlph Bell, William Galli-  enno, Doris Kennel.  DIVISION   VI.  Class' A���������Oscar Ham-en, Bertha  JJobbs, Margery Young.  Class B���������Jaiiies Hay, 3Iary Smith,  Esse! Ainslee.  Class C���������Ifnrold Solloway. Lillian  I'ettipiece,''Jsnhel Henderson.  Class D���������Gladys O'JJricn, Peter  Monin, Pearl Kobinson.  P. Moran Found  Dead at .Golden  Yesterday morning news was  received by J.' Haner. that P. Moran, avIjo av.'is Avorking for him on  the heating of the Columbia House  at Golden, had been found dead in  bed.'  District Coroner Cross was also  communicated with as to the1,desirability of holding an inquest but  considered it was not necessary.  A brolhor of deceased died suddenly - ih ��������� Calgary last Avcek and  deceased Avas formerly in business  there. Deceased was a splendid  tradesman. ,JIe leaves 'a widow  and fort- children totally unprovided for, iind for them much  sympathy i,s felt in their bereavement. The remains Avill be brought  to Revelstoke for interment.  1 // You Want the Best  and Purest Selected Tea that money can bny,  packed to retain its natural aroma and flavor,  free from the contamination of the odors of sur-  cs,'get ���������   '  rounding ariicl  C. P. R. MOUNTAIN 70.URIST CAR.  fe Always Have on Hand  "������������������ A-splendid assortment of all'  'Boots and Shoe*,  Men's Furnishings,  House Furnishings,  Taylor Bros. & George,  ., Limited.  >-<KXKH>:b<K)H><>aO^  s. ivc������isa:^L!E3:oiN"  Has taken over the Blacksmith; Wheelwright and Implement' business carried  ' on by \V. Mollisnn at-Revelstoke.  Wagons Made and Repaired. Thelest Carriage Woods Kept in Stock  .t. ".'Tools Sharpened. 3    Shoeing a Specialty.'  pChntlii'im  Wagons aiid Sleighs.'    W. M. Gray's Cutlers,   Buggies and Express  Wagons..   McCorinick'  Mowers  and- Reapers.    Copp  Bros.' Plows,  Harrows, Cultivators, Potatoe Diggers, etc., etc,  The above illustration shows, the new gasoline car which the C. P. R. have  provided for the use of tourists at Banff. One of these cars raj 10 i'i Id also be  placed, at Field and another at Glacier to give.tourists a good opportunity of  taking in the magnificent scenery at. these points. Though not (jtr.tc a success  this .-.eason thejjeompany hope to effect such improvements to'the car as will  enable it to be successfully utilised for the purpose for which it is intended.   <���������  Call and inspect'our new slock of  j| Shoes, Hosiery, Suspenders,.Ties, Underwear, etc. ������  All above lines are up-to-date goods it Avill pay you to sec  them'before purchasing elsewhere.      We also carry ���������  ������ Trunks, Valises, Sweat Pads, Oil Coats, Oil l4ats, Water-proof Sheets, etc  Weekly Shipments "of Fresh Creamery Butter, and Eggs.  Our Teas and Coffees arc taking the lead���������try Iheni.  Front Street,  Revelstoke, B. C.  YOU PBOMISEB YOURSELF ATf OVERCOAT  This Fall.   Don't- pui it off u>o,late and catch cold.  ,, And do not buy a clieap, shoddy one.   They never look well.  Let,us make you a coat that vvill please you.   We can do it.  Fashionable  Tailor.  ' r������>  VBA-LBTi' I/f  "Boots,   Shoes,   Hats,    Caps,   "Ready-  Made   Clothing,, Shirts,    SocKs,  Winter clothing, Overalls,Suspenders  Glomes, etc.  "Boyj and   Children'j   OtlercoaU    ,BTv i ^^^  and Winter Clothing at     *A      J   MLtCLS't 6m  R^.e*>elsto%e   Station, S. C  ������&  i*������  4?  <$)  fa  fa  fa  fa.  fa  Roadmaster Newman has had , a  well-earned .holiday, part, of wliich he  spent in a successful shooting excursion -it Arrowhead.  'Harvey & Mc-Cailcr arc applying'  for a charier for a railway from Golden to Port Simpson. This line is  supposed'to be projected hy the Great  Northern.        ������  Traffic Manager llcTnnos will be  transferred from Winnipeg to Toronto  as assistant to,fourth Vice-President.  He will be's'uccc-eded by F. W. Peters of  Vancouver.  * Mr. Williams, C. V. E. superintendent of rolling stock, of Montreal,  arrived on Thursday on an inspection  of flic,local shops, through which he  was conducted by- C. Temple, locomotive foreman.  The .Michigan capitalists who visited Fish Crc.dc hist week, speak in high  terms of.the magnificent, service of the"  0. P. IJ. lake boats running between  Arrowhead and Xelson. They considered the cuisine magnificent.  A peculiar accident in rail road circles occured Tuesday. A freight train  of'nine cars was making the curve at  China Creek,- when the middle enr  jumped the tr.'ck. became ' uncoupled  at front and back and turned over.  It clcnredNlic track'and the rest of  the trniu coupled .together   and   came  on to Trail with but little delay.--News.    ^0  tf&������<U*.  ll L .  **  ' *.        ' ���������   ., ^   - - -  C. P. Price has sold a quarter interest in the Potlach mica.claim to J.  H. Elliott.,* - '  Splendid samples of geld ore have  been brought in from Fire Mountain  north of Harrison Lake.   *  A. F. Rosen burger left Nelson on  Tuesday for ihe cast to place the stock  of the Calumet company which will  operate the Eva..'  The Canadian King., between the  Arlington ' and Keystone, has been  leased to William 'Connelly of Jioss-  land, and 0. Moore, formerly foreman'  of the Copper Farin. .  Tho following "claims have been  located on Keystone Mountain: Great  Northern hy J. H. White, Silver Crown  by "J. McMahon. Silver Cup and  Double Eagle byT. J. .Moore.  We expect to he able to publish at  an early dale (ho report which lho  president and managing director of  the Northwestern Development Syndicate makes to the stock-holders on his  return east.  At the meeting of shareholders of the  Northwestern Dovelopinonl Company  at Nelson; .Mr. Crock's management  of the Company'.*- Camborne group  was endorsed. .Mr. Scott, the President of the Company, who disapproved  of the plan of operations, will probably  resign as   ihe   i"_\-uk.   -Jn   him   'the  NEW BUILDINGS.  0. B. Hume '& Co. are building- a  warehouse and cellar at Trout Lake.  .1. Mclntyrc has succeeded ' P. C.  Clements as foreman for .1. A. Kerna-  hrin on the drill hall.  .1. A. Kernnhan has started work on  his iji3ii,0l);.'contract for lho big C. J*.  1>. hotel at Lriggiui. 'P. C. Clements  is foreman of,the work.  It js understODd a contract will  shortly lie let for the brick building  for tho 1 mperiril Ijank, to, be erected  on the touibeast'coiner of McKenzie  Avenue and First Street, opposite  Molion's Bank.  The school trustees are being complimented on all hands on the splendid  school building with which tlni city is  being provided. ' As it approaches  com plot ion it looks,a handsome and  substantial structure.  The Dominion government have  allovu-d $201)0 for extras'on tho drill  hall. In accordance with Capt. 'Taylor'.- suggestions provision is to be,  made for a shooting gallery tor Morris  tube practice, a platform, ' electric  lighting rind liciitingIff\vliioli were not  provided for in' the original specifications.        . , '  ��������� B. -Picard is rushing on G. W. Pell's  neu- residence on Taird Street. -Tlio  buildnig is 20 ft. by 32 ft., with  verandah ind bay window in front and'  verandah on east side. - The 'accommodation consists of a drawing room  and dining room each 11 ft. by 12 ft.,  kitchen 0 it. by 1-ift., bathroom and  hah Jfl-J--.'"���������. \vidojQii_'l.h'c ground lloor,  and four bedrooms upstairs. The  building will be plastered .throughout  and wiiI lie ready for occupation by  next month.  kage Teas  They come in  pound air tit^iu  leaded packages  perfectly pure.  < i t  One' Pound Makes Oyer 200 Cups,  .50c per Pound  For sale only.at  wurne Bros.  jpooery  Store  vr-^v  % \m  m m ii  ���������5  \\7t: have just Veeeived hy cxpies-* t he, following rih-ni-t inenl of Pnllis:  HVAOl NT IIS, 'Single,  TULIPSySingle,  NARCISSUS, Von l.eon,  CIHNESI'J.SACRFn LILI.IIi  WIIITK OALLAS,  iI VACIXTIiS. Double  Tl.LIPS, DouI.Ih.'  N.\ H$: I SSL'S. Paper White,  sxcnJv DROPS. ���������;  CROCUS, Ass.oned; and others.  Compare nut prices vvilh t lios-j of former yews anil you vvill   find  Ihat.  we  are comparatively cheaper.  "    Cbemisls and  'e9    Stationers *A  RiSVELSTOIvE. B. C.  P 'A &'F  IvtLPATRICK BLOCK,  INDUSTRIAL NOTES.  .1. Haner has started a plumbing  business in tlie Cordon block.  W. F. Kirk land. orf Owen Sound,  proposes building steel works at  Vancouver.  An experienced Iimihc-rman informs  lis 'that, the Palliser mills owned- by  Hon. W. C- Wells arc amongst tlie.  most   complete and best arranged - he  has seen.  i,  Great complaints are made about  the iron turned out by the Nova  Scotia iion and steel works. Tt i.-  anything but creditable to Canadian  manufacture.  C>0 raajpsi  /&**$. os=3^2israi  **     "     '-- '       %>  ���������.'  ,,, ������ **'-  Wv.*, would diaw 3'i-iiii  nt- ' ' ^A.  Lent ion Lo'om own make of '���������^������������������i** 4_.  One of the most alt i-active stoves made loday.    Four sizes.    Also     -  *������*,  u-.v  ���������^iir Tisrht'H'e"aters"  ���������eft  4*  4  ^^^^^t%^^^^t^r^t^t^^t%^^^i^t^^rh^^^^^^  Wholesale and Retail  .  a   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Gold Storage:  <^^ss^Oalgary, Alberta  ��������� GRIP AND PASSWORD. " ���������  L. O. I.. .     -  Lodge 10/iS and True Blues will  celebrate the Guy Fawkcs anniversary  by a social thi*; evening.  k oi: i'.  At   last   meeting   of   Gold    Eange  Lodge K. of P. second  rank  was  conferred on Uro. George.  1.0.0.1".  Grand Master Graham spent a ii.:\v  hours in the city Wednesday visiting  the brethren of Selkirk and Revelstoke  lodges. Ho has been making a tour of  the Koolenav lodges.  mpri'iy will lose an able oflicial.  Geo. La forme gives a. good account  of the work being done,on McCullough  Creek by tho new Revelstoke and rlc-  Cullo'tigh Creek Company. He says  that J. Sanderson, in cleaning up bedrock, has been taking out miggels  worth as much as $(i. " He had about  !|200 in gold when Mr. Laforme left  and is reported (o bo taking out ns  much as $10 a day to the, man. It is  expected that Mr. Sir undersoil will  bring rdiout $f)00 in gold with him  when he comes to town in a few  da vs.  TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS.  $2.50 will bring you tbo Kooti:n'AV  Mail and Wecklv Globe of 'Toronto  till the end of-H)0:), balance of 1002  supplied free. 'This is a rare opportunity to secure two good newspapers  at a low rate. The premium includes  portraits cf all Ontario governors.  ,Thk Kootk.vaa' M.ui,,  Kevelstoke.  We have not advanced the price of  our tobacco. Amber smoking tobacco,  Bobs, Currency and Fair Play chewing  tobaccos arc the same size and price to  the Consumer as formerly. We have  also extended the time for the redemp.  tion of Snowshoe tags to January 1st,  1904.  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO Co. LIMITED  INSURANCE  Life insurance in Canada amounts  loH.l(i.,i,7G0,031,an increase of *f'J2,-  099,188 over last year.  The total premiums paid for all  classes of insurai.ee in Canada for J901  was $2S,.3(H,<;03, of which Canadian  companies received $l.'5,'j:>8,'247;  British companies $8,i 10,05:3;' United  States companies .iilj,!)25,10:3. Half  these sums were premiums on life  insurance.  -'    LAB0aS CALL.  The coni strike. , comiiiis.sion has  decided if any change is made in rale  of wages, it rdiali date from 'November  1st.  The Machinist:*-' L'ni-.-'n has expelled,  and lined $2ot) each, four machinists  who had deserted the ranks of the  Locomotive Works ttrikers, and returned tu work.  ��������� Montreal d.ickmcn won the shipping  strike. Tho nn n secure, advance from  Hal. rate of 20 cents por hour for day  and niglil worlc, to 130 cents for day  and .15 cents for ni.uhl work.  Coal and Wood Heaters, Cook Stoves and Steel Ranges.' f  '  -   FURNACES    :    .    'x |  "&    ?<    ii    X?     ���������������?     *'���������*<���������    -O    ���������**    ���������<(    ���������<'    -ff    -<r     -I-    ���������������*     f *    -ir    it     f-     *���������     *r    -ir    1>    ir    <r    tf    Y'    *-    *    <r    i-    #'  *?*  *ft  Our own nirrke of l iveiled pipes the same pricens'tbe patent  "alway*, slip'" kind.  A''  NCE.  /T-iAti/ru/ fris  COMMERCIAL  \J. S. Secretary ]\foo.'y favors  reciprocity A\ith Canada.  A. L. Nunns, of the Imperial Dank  at Vancouver, paSfCd through ye.stcr-  das on his way to Regimi to assume  the management of the Hank's new  branch at, Iiegina. lie i.s succeeded  at Vancouver by .Mr. .Marsh, accountant of the Golden brunch.  CLUBBING OFFER.  'The Kootkxay Mau. nnd Weekly  Free Press are ofl'ered from now till  Dec. :H.s(. 100:3 for .$2.7;"). This'not  only means Hint new subscribers  promptly takingndvantiige of thisoll'er  will receive fourteen months subscription for lhe price of one year, but they  will oblni r also three additional pictures, milking twenty-live in all.  Subscriptions and addresses received  at oflice of  Tut: Kooti:.\-av Mail,  Revelstoke.  axssffVBBMsaLsixssr&itss&Su  METAL MARKET.  Copper, New York, Lake llij to If^;  electrolytic ll.l;  London ������52.  Loud���������New "York, $1.05 to $-i.I0;  London, .CIO IGsIJd to C10 J7s'(id.  Silver���������New York, 50jj.  A-fo.-oman in a printing ollice received the following note : ''1'lease  excuse my husband from w-irk today���������  lie is ded.'" I  The I-TooTi-AAV Mail  alive and up-to dale and  all your printing.  printers   arc  ready  to do  Got your Job Printing done at tbo  Mail Ollice.  Have advanced in Price 50 per cent the last 60 days  By Spring the)" will Iv.vc ndvancwl in price  One Hundred Per Gent.  Could you find a Better Investment Anywhere?  H. S. WALLACE, Manager,  CAMBORNE TOWNSITE CO.  ���������*- ���������-������������������--v'ijg fitiil:  '59'  THE XOGTEj^A^MAIL;  &  ,.iX:.'.-::;,',?'P.l.MJ.LlS]IEl)., FRIDAY.'���������-;.:-.���������  '    R3VSi3TOKS,3.C.,i '" Xv'-.  5a-3sdvi:������t:on   Price,".'S2.00 ..Per.'" Annum  ���������MJVKJtTI^IXG vlr^'iKS     on     application  f"i.-i:ii;is in afl'ix-i-i.rsiirii'rats must Oe in by  ������������������';���������."'- TiH''-iiav' o/'iisn-.-h'.'tt-.i.-ek. to'sawire good dis-  'y-AXy-fi,: yAp-y '���������fi.'X.-A.A'AxX- ,-.-.;  }i}~ii I'jilXTfNG proiiiiilly executed at reason-;  .:'   'fikV.e rate*. '    ��������� '.'.'" ���������������������������..' ���������..'���������  ;  'fi^fi   '.. "- 'A:':' .;���������'  ACCOUNTS   for   printing   sitid'   advertising.  ".' yi'.iyati'.a" 0:1 . (ir.-;r.������������������,of ijionlli ;   suliocrifjtions  X  iwiy.-iWe'iii a'dvr.iicc.,.       ���������������������������'���������". ''v    ���������'���������-.  C01:'.HKh:.Pp.\']lKX,C.'K..rnvitud   on matters of.  : ' piiliiic 'iiUtrtfl, Co;ii!iiU!iic-a-.ioriS to'-Kdi-  XX -'UK ���������'litiirX" '\i'.'- ''���������iit:6r������iifiaij:������d    by   rnuiio  of  , X-;;v'H!.er,7ii.'.-.t���������'���������iicc-c.-irtiriiy' for ptibliiaitioii. but  ','������������������'. ���������.'"������<;'r.vii'ieririe or"gii<������i,'lf.*iit,h.   Con-CK])<.ii(lciicu  A iviiHjj.rftich tfio oXlIc'c;. by ^Tuesday evening,'  x AdArA''i'fiy-:Ay\X''yfi'::':x "xp.-fififi',  fififififi x,,v:X.TiiKv:KoOTENAx, Mail, :AXy  XPhr-ne,No.,]3'; .':";   Revelstoke. B.C.  Death and Priest.rapids. On "the.  Columbia.' Tliyery' soiith "of ���������',''; ���������Beaye'r.  there' is A portage.'. '���������- past' Surprise  rapydsit'ib������=-:which;"��������� ���������travellers-..''- can  move their boat.or' canoe from one  point.to another and it lias proved  a'great boon to trap'p'ers, prosp'e'Ctors  tiiuber'erviisei's ami oThers^x-A/trail  bui It a long tlie. Ira n k of ; the;, y river  for. about four miles ������������������ would answer  tbe:.purpdse, and' this.'is one '��������� of, the  first work j;' tlie governmen t should'  be urged yto xput;'in/vhandyinHhc'  Spring..yyxy''v ������������������,'; ���������';������������������/- -AAA    '..x -,;.' ������������������',:,  "���������  iV/o recracst our> numerous readers to  favor' us with their-assistance In  niEtklJig-'tiis KOOTENAY MAIL the  most, valuable, adver-tising- ni^dl-  ii:ri * in   tlio  Kootenays' by giving:  ,: i.ha peofei'oncbi'when lriaklng- purchases to those iirms who are  : Togular advertisers in the KOOT-  '.. ������������������  SKAY,MAIL; ���������'"'���������:��������� .'-.  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'.'���������XyJXX..'AfiXX.AAj-XXA:'XA'AA'P  ;yv;;,xvyyy,Ri5AyELSTOK'Ey;j3y':cx^  Ay ''ivjr-i Aa AAovmiBEA'AAmA  .- '������������������-,-  *-,���������; ��������� .."* '.-.-v. .- '���������'���������;���������'. a. &. .',. - ,;  -..-'..���������'.- ?;,..-   ���������-,.., X  X v,yy\\'.: A. vGallihoivM.; B.y is'Jgetlihg  xxgreat-ei-editfor the ���������"actionxdiedias  y ':y p\ RAIbW;AY,AATEii,-Xy, ������:J  ."'���������: \Ve have;,: on,several occasions of  Jiite,"pointed;butv1 he; gi-osS/injustice  tiiuler which Revelstoke���������:���������. and 'other  poi'iit's'labyr in regard. ;to "raihva}'  freiglit ratesv  v It .is. pointed out''to.  us.'t,l^tt'win]a.liie..i),p.nHiiion''.'goyernr'  nient liiul no.control:pf.rates'on tlio  , tpai ii li ne, ti 1 i', the ��������� criinpa ny   pai cl  it) per eetitdividt^nd^.tlip'eoinpriiiy:  'agVced; t6.subjcct(,,itsfrit'tes;-' tqyycon-  trOl;voir.the'firiainy]ine.,in   consider-:  nlibh-. of;-111 b.. concessions 'div/the  Grows I\est;;road.: yXh(i A. r- Jl-is.  prrtctically'.xthevvOirlyx   'Canadian  ra.ilAvay:i;iivthe west;:rind ythere;',is  iio blinking lhe   fa'ctxtliat ���������-it-Hides-  .11 bt clp'it.s duty to the;'stat^���������or;' tho  ���������jSepplexy,;',.\V-i"th';'reference;'' to ytiie  i;elafion'yof   lliis 'vrailwayx'tp'-dlid  stiites ���������'���������.��������� :.we;: ���������,;bavc  only yip; compitrcv  jt:iVcv-iii'i?f:at'ro!v. p:i(fi.'.-y'i\\:?;-'ti;'iey:'C:;?-l^y;jyR.'  ;iir;;ftii.'na;dii-,,:ii'ui tl'iC:.;'States.';:;.r<?specti-.-'  ;vely. vv vluj .Cana.dax;ihe''.,compliny  j'jJV-.V-'s/'i^ ^" ^oVi.^ "7yv;. 0 iv* ^-iSOOO. v-;: im i"].c*sv-<of-  ���������rcjivd, a s.' com pared ;. wft h y $175,001  pai tl-vbn' : i [S;:yy3pb ljne:-!a lono 'iivthO  Suites ,y the ��������� length of: ii'i i lerige, hei ng  1;J27'2.; ;pi-; $oO.f)0O; ���������'moi-exfor: this  coin p;i rati vel^V'shQrtlengthyypf; dine.  llitin:foryit������v;Cana'dian,interests over.  sixVtnrics greateh-.vTbis-.is,'pniy;;ohe.  bfitlie.inanyvinstancbs vthat xniight  be", q noted .'td: show; ���������;'. how'.;���������;. gciVerpiisly:  theeompahylias been, and, is treated  ���������ih'/'tliis eountry. y^iNow; thev-public  nre ''oh'titled  to'somc consideration  "fi'X"'.",x-'.'X': y: ������������������:;--;.v ,������������������������������������/.. ���������;.-;���������,- v,,,^,, ;��������� ;,  .tor'the:generous ..coneejsions vgiyen:  tlii-oiigh'., tlierv'governirib'ntv; bnty 'it  =would,:take,:;;'i,x; pretty yy powerful  piierbsc^ipovlbyf-ifitcct v(h.eniyx;::per-  ..faihly; the company.provides^bne'of:  ,the; iihei?t:sery,ieti'svoiv thevContinent,  Ini tytho people, have,, lb 'pay: f liroiigh  ;tlie nose'forvii as,passenger rates;-hi  jhe^ypst,-though vrecentlv'redpcod;  rire siil'l ioodiigli.'vand ythe , frpiglii  ^<i ] 1 ocl ii.j e.sy,;; ;a.rp:|:;;'i?i ii^ p ]-yy';,SGJi'.ii'cl rt j 6 ti s.'  ;Ueyelstoke;;inerchants.,ouglit yitivbp,  .ableyt^  ;ai3;ehe;i'|:dyyasHttxAraricqi;vei-;-yivith  37;5:11'iiles niore l!iiu]age,-,but;il:costs,  ,us liero, two. aiula; ha If;, limes; vthe  coastjatcs. ; Ifvtlie^co.ist-rale [>;iys  itlie ���������'"'���������'*"'"'  tbtheir tp'wn that they turned,, the  effusion over 'to. the .News, '��������� which'  reproduces it asiollbws:;xy '.���������'������������������;' ���������;;-,  ��������� "lintend yjsiting your good town  along about tlie first, of November j  Init owing to the, fact that your city  clerk imposes a licence vupoiVme  for, doing���������'. business in your city,' I  will rfot; be alile to take cirder.s,,from  you. :Iyniean by this .that all lean  '.do is to check up your vstock.;; aiid  see .what- you require."; I will!,' however, be able to show you samples,  butcri'nnot solicit or -take orders;at  the time of;my call.;;v.You:;cap.,  jjoweven-,,address your br'ders, to-me  at:xyahcouver.y, y: The,y:print(3r3  tlii-oughou't;' the vKbotenay distribt  are.'doi ng' all'tlieyycan; to steal; pur  bnsihess away frbm'iis.yxv^e,there-,  fore appeal to you 'for; 'support;,'in  the matter.^'p:X {A.p-':i XiX.,':  Onthis the-News remarks : '���������'���������"��������������������������� X  y"ThQ printers of; ,Koqlena'y have  ,thousandsv.of' dollars.invested yih  this province. Theyv /employ��������� all  told a large number of . inen, and  pay a higher rate of; \vag'eS;': than -vis  luiidxin yiVriy-xbpiqr calMng iiV: tlio  district. '-'X\ 'J'hese men .are charged  ;witli attempt ing' to stqjil :..!')iisinoss  froni���������'a,Torpnto .house "wHoSe inter-'  ���������est'-,in - tbis,V;iiro\dncey;-ainouht':;tb  no;more thfihithoprbfifc upon -xthc  few'���������'orclprs:.���������'-,.t'liby. ��������� caivxsecure from  business ' men too short-sigh ted, to  sde the injury;they'directiydo1 their  town by;sending;thcir work east;;;  'U't is, true that iii certain lines of  couiin'ercial prinliiig'tlie: Jvpotenay  priiiterSvCahnot producex theX work-  atvasx. low a ;rat6x-;is Xthe.'Toronto  ]Vb;u'se.������.''yr.:i::--Tli'cyrfe������asbiiyfor'!thiSv;.is' tlie  cpnrparrttivc.lv,limited.Jeniahd for;  "that class'pf workr and " thevhiglier,  ,wage-scalpvih:force in;lliis district."  pyiFdr.thc:;vReye]������bke;yprinters:yAve  can-say both   'the-Mai iv"' and .'���������, the  ������������������������������������-.���������.. .������������������������������������";:���������������������������'���������   "'.��������� ���������'-���������:.:������������������:���������".:';������������������::-:������������������: fi'fi'-fi    fifiQ.fi   Herald ofliees-vare "well 'equi pjie'd"  turhi;out.gbod;Ayork.vvX'^,he.ad-.  .ditionsrecently,:: tnade;,,tp.the,;plant  of tlie KboTKXAY^lAii;'oflice enable  us lb ;t ti rn bu t; a n y thi n'gv-in tli e; way  bfyp'rintingtagvwellasit candle done  In tlie east/;';y;To;the;credit;;of,;;^iich  local ;;firms;vasy Taylor- Bros- -and.  George,,Limited, and;, AV;.j\I. 'Lalw-  rence,y���������ytb'cWy'.'Iiavo.x now ydropped,  'sending'theirv; printing .brdcrsvv cast:  and suppbil't- 'thc.*,;-iiidiistr,y,;'-;pf-..i]ieii"  bwnytpwh'y'yyOtlier firms wiirdoubt;-  Iess'fbliovy;vRtiit. ;.yy���������'.'Stick-:-. to, your,;  tpwn'vis:ay!'mbtto vlbatv; should: be  adopted byyall:.prttrons'^of'ea'stern  .'sweatshoi)s:and:departinentxstbrCs.  ���������   ..,.''������������������.���������'   fi-'i A '\-fi' ;' A-'. --'A '"'"  ' X -,c ' ;���������'(*'���������'.;'.-      '���������   . ', ,'i'-    '���������-,   '" '  aiid cany lib, applied 'as jvwel lib vd'he  :inb'rcban:t-y.witb.(y,diis.-,;-r.bigx:pri,htiiig.  ;bi-dci;:asdb';,theyci;tizeny:-;wHoy:sends  Iiis or her few.d0]lars.y castj;f0r -; ;;the;  arlic'lesyiha^^^  ^)6xncXAA.XXXXxA.,yfi-XfifiX'AAApfip:iyi  tire   position,   and being a''personal  friend'of the Hon. Minister,of .Mines,  had .written liini in 'iny   behalf. , He  rilsbywrpife Mr. Cook that he (tliemiii-  isjt,ei:)':cb,uld' not locate iny whereabouts  aiid ., that   no one in, hisdci'iartiiVcnt  knew ;where i was. '.I expect'he   was  not very iuixioiiK to locate me as I had  hot���������''���������':been away ���������.'���������irp,iii,;f- Revelstoke.   It  was ..probably" 'the   gallant .Colonel's  playful   way'of letting me down -esisy,  'p Perhaps,  under, the   ci'i-cuipstances  it is'.hot; uiinatunil .that I shbuldy feel  rv-little   sore ritytheiappointineiit   .of  Mi-;;.: ^rncLntigliliii, and being   inyself  discarded in such a sinnmary manner.  J3ut,v:MrvEditbiv if the "Heralir-   will  only vleiive   ino alone; I will   try, ,'aiid.  bear, my reveries \yitli inore patience  in;future.x'y   ';.y!;:x;    "X'X.i. V',,;.. yT -XiX.  ��������� Alt. "has   been rc;iiiarlced���������that,l x'liad  the .."influence' of-;the'.Local.'.'LiUera.1  Xssociatioii.at my back:;.;''If so it;;'was  extremely   well concealed, and,,'never  iiirule ; iiiiinifcsttb y jnc. x TlicrCids 'lib  truth   in ,tliat.;y'iyiiad np:such yassist-  aiicei,.   Far'from it.;: C.erfcaihly.'.'I realized   all .along tlirit if.ruiy-pne.with "li;  political   pull!   coveted - tlie./: position  iny. clianccs'wereslitn. - I   coidil hardly ;'ex pect; to Avi 11' ou ii'., a ga i n s t;, sucl 1' vii  weighty'; personage-.''ay, thp   Ex-l'res.  of.tlie i.bcrrl Conservative' Association  witlii.all the jirestigc,,' siicl'i;an()ex'alteil  pOsitionXwoiild give liini'- and   bacl'ed  iiy :'tlie coiiibineii iiiIInonce of the,local  leaders,-and: Of the 'vllbn. ���������'Minister.', of  Miiies;';:y';.y'"-V':y''v' .-'��������� <:p".p A-'/.yX;;.. -.'"���������'  X: Withytlieexceptioiiof a few!:pcsonal  fncridsvvwlip ; rocogniziid v.niy yclaiiiis,  I Iw'id iio lissistimcc at nil.v v  ,. ' x  XiTlioEditorbfvthc '-Troi'i't Lake:,Topic;  .says:-^-"iy hr;ve x too '  many.'   friCjids  among tlie prominent:!.iber/ii leadcrsto  .siiir.tluliipwerS.tliilt,be:" ly'rinipl.eased  to :?s;iy thrrt,,fxhave::i;s.,y-iii;iny .frieiids  amoiig.lhe : Libera Isas'L: hrive .riihbiig  ;the CbhseVvativ,cs'-;aiid.;:rhri\;:e:,liosts;;of  friends' ���������.ii'moiigvllic I.abbr. I'lirtyy-'ri'iid  it-is; 110 tf iny,: iyislVipr- i n to n't ion to,, forfeit, y'lheygcodx wijlv^pf ri'vvsiiiglc'; one"  .���������miongx..t)ienV,'''m  I;can.;avOid ''it.v:-.v:,;:'::::y:vv;:vr;.irv x -y^-yipx.;  v'y'Mr;;:���������E(litor,y 1/ea\-p;:'tlie public';.t6  judge:if.;Lhave'liecti ��������� ���������'f;iirly;.trealed;,^;I.  thanky you sir/ and������ r.ipo 1 ogize ,for, ,tl 1 e  space, lyiiiivp��������� taken' ;'f ip;pAii A.XX-X'.i.  A - AfiXfiAfiX:Yours XsA^u^yA:A:XA  Xy:Afifi':-yXfiA':;i)xAiiMffrRO'sA  .aoclcy:r6ihtyiJ.vC;xOct.;2otliy;;;i.0q2.yx  Hum&  my���������  L.I. ��������� ���������mil    - 11 mw  xyU Pi   l������l^ HI yi"  y. y;;.;:.;..;.;;,;;; y 1  mxAxx  Stmxy  *a&- "' -' ir y ������������������' _.;.  Ssl   -      v '���������'; 'ii  '.' '���������: :v ;i y2  g;ij XCLyBB!NG'fiRATES0A  vXThk vKootexav; :MAii.ya'nd viiipntldy  ningrijiine^Tlic ���������'"���������' Westminster:. JJt3 f-rpcr  yo&rAAX'yxyXyy x XAfiA''^ '-fiX'  , p TilK KOOTKXAX ?if All" anil the'., PrCSr  bytcrian;il!3 peryaar:;.'; ���������: Aa'AXXXA';  ;: vTlTE  vJvOOTKXAy: JfAIfij   '.TllOv. West-.  iniiistci-y.TlieT'rcsbyteriri 11, rill;tlii-ee $1;  :per;year: A^'XXSXX-:-pyXy"p XX. fi ...,  x'TlieyncAsysivVialstoiwd'y^  ]ipr-',.i',Gleiig.ai;ry,yS'cli'pbi..' D;iys,v:is;'ibw  ru 1111 i'iigsj'n.'-TJie'.WCstiiiiiistbr;.;; i'iiAA'-p  Wy;Addrcss,;:''L- X'y"A:iii:'AiiXXpp'"Pp'yy  v.:^',x:,v.:v.^  -,': vvv;X,:.���������:���������������;;.XvX;..Xv-:..y.Xv.V:i;,,vKevelstokc.yv  :For;:Ternis';ahclxFai*Ucul^  mmi  WHEMINIimRECORDERSHIPx  takon:Xt:-wards :; securing ' 'lih.i'fp'riri i UX t(-"'I1,l������:1������y: ';--i"<iy ye-p-V}  action it:;,;i-eg;f]-dytox:imen^  doniinipii ;4a\vs-;'as   afrectiiW   'ihe  .-mineral inoustrv:,  .Kdit(Jl*;I\OOTICXAY:M.\irj. vX'V.X. X: v i'i i fi.fi:.���������  ;��������� jiii-rT-^Asy spine: correspbnrlengc ���������hiiy  ii*e:'*--'ii,'-V;'*it' tnkcii vphice- in   respect-.; to, the   Iic-  cOrdership  vniid   as.'the ,rjiicstii-ii diiis'  been' ';. asked'hui 011.-\vh;if . J,.1,111 set!���������. niy  more-n or/less than c^x tor li 011 of t ho 1 cjruiuy tci .the poS=,ity:jnvy\vi j I you,; n llnw  iheXspa'Ci: iii; your-'y valuable', .l.ptu-rriil  ... to"strittv li.v side (;ftl!he c-nse.'.',-"   -������������������X:": ���������''������������������',  forylrp ut'ei-ference ofv ���������theJKailway-i.x ,;,,.,,-  p havt-bec-ri   iiitheyGry.-erii-j  .vgrossest ciiaraPtci'.vaml. should., .'call'!  f()I, j Gbhinii.ttceat Qllriwa.y ��������������������������� ^eh vraies! iiiVnt '^'''vice   oil' anil   9:i  ..lor., '.sonic  t:-  y.ea.rs, and was Iii id-oil'.'.������������������sonic fuoyeuis i  x. -The prospect- ofs -ax deiiiand  "���������-���������'��������� -.-���������  i-XX-J: ,: ���������,������������������,'.���������-���������'    ��������� vv'    ��������� ���������".���������;������������������ ���������:���������'.   , !.',,.... li..O'if.?l-.-cii'n-.|-'lv 'l-f.';-ili'--t'    i-l-r'-i*" ;^ ' yt'-',������. r>" was, r;i ru^ orr vKorrre i.n o;;, en is ,  . 11.11 y.t, jb.:,r..,i.uiiiiiyi,.. goon, .iiHi 1 ,    ,   ,,���������., ���������_  i...... .y.} ..-.   .     ., .-,������������������������,-,��������� ���������,(.,, the r>k-;i:   otv ceoiioniy in.   the,!  '^nay-'do :uiUcj>-ta revive, dip m^  i'ndpslry. V' There  -are '-deposits of ] ^(>.kt'r ^'V^1 ^liiK^riid, iikty points ^arel lai-K^_ ut^u.'rry i ry "tiadxrh^.pro^r i^u/. of-j  '-���������    .,   *     -: : '/'������������������'-."���������''���������-,;'   r:XX  .,;.'���������   ' ������������������������������������''! ..rVi..: X,.. -,*.������������������>-' rl,,,- .,.;���������',.,,.���������',,���������,-���������,��������� ,i I Mr. raijiiuu-i' that ��������� I :would:be:eiitii!������l  ���������f-xr'fd xnt, 7iiK- on* 1 1 f, ie I   w-    nvict !;lt- 1 lie niore vi.ij   llie   compa.11 v���������aiiU : ���������       ,     ,.'.���������      ,       .   ......   .-..-   ��������� .  .  ...V-yi*. i'-t .iu./.iii.,,oib in uni .riKciiiiu. iti |, .'.,������������������..      v x ���������������������������-:   '    ���������     ���������; to   the lirst e!!ance; svheti  cxtrri   a.-sis-!  viHsiu'jct a;iid:/i]ieir'-'conye.hieh^ 'A'  ,i-.-y ]v:;;tance ��������� wasviieeded: x;l:  willv do;;Mr.i  vtra.n'spo.rtation,.:  i-ri'Xtheir favor  ���������'ilrnisyare'hv'^  ,=ecui:e;   ;dnc:; ores;.' and:'  'favorable  transportatioivrates are,offered.y,'.',.  to  a 'hi''   advantao-e''^1^'111^^' raiiway.riutho^ities fayoridviui-jriierv/the juj-t^  '������������������.'".'������-'  '  ���������.,':   : '!-?'!, ii; -/ '"���������������������������'' x . '���������������������������' d- ��������� '.X' ,:, *'tC ���������! forgot- ''Isis-nmrniS-- to'.uie  ��������� 'Two xAine'ricaii   l'1(' >:un(J ,systeni;:viv transportation i'���������'���������--    ��������� >.-���������-.  "':,,.. tovtihe ctvirlistv ;  v-:^ii:i;is;o'ncey have  '.   Some dfhcialpf tlievVictqria post-'  o'neeystaft, is ;i. useless 'appendage  The; vagaries' of  been 'causing' no  'A 'end of ���������troublb-to :they postmasters'  yxand the jiublip.    \His :.Jatest freak  .was chargihg a plan as;a  letter-be-  fiX cause'tliO'viiescription   of  the plan..  for, ollitial resistratioirwas attached  :      '.'..      .    '   ������������������:'������������������     ���������   ���������-'.'     -...-..'.-.., :. . VV      ������������������:'���������,  1 , fojc ������:������������������ paid-ofUbe plan.,' It is'high  :','��������� tim;-:t'i.> work of checking up other  y   j'jeptd-:'-was given'(pysonicone  with  x-vanoruinary knowledge of   intsiness  ' transactiuivs ��������� rind   \\ ho  is ��������� aide.' .to  rexid, and di'ifyrpret  with  coiiimon.  A seii-c;tiu;.pbsial regulations,   'y  ���������i'.be   Cak  Iferalc  is   never  d"i,': kicking :;iboHte,, the   larireexr  y ho never.;:   butVlways'.;  i c;:tve. liie eniplyyiifont wdi-inlre: couid, |  .h^y-x-rtpi*'-.!^';^  EuiO|;e i was anv dissiiti.-:fiict-'toii-'.with ���������ii'i v -cmiy'  'Jdieseariddikei-eforinsyyui^yw-]^^  ������������������������������������:��������� v,  ������������������:,������������������,������������������.,���������  .::iv.vriiineiit;.v vAtrents --I. iiave,served-.-.y.-itlv,;-.  with :gi:e;ity success,, ill'  ever,   only���������.���������..poss.i.ti.lev.fhr'ougli ' :ttio.j  iiavo-'a  i:;e every tl;; rig w;>s quite.-;.  pACH ONE of the nine  :.rf. vDiamonds in the Brooch  '''shown;; here is  a .faultless  y^em.v.'X'y X-fi ^::pX fifiy-^Afi  -''This, is our No. 4704'i '  :,. .which we sell for $ 175���������We.:  . guarantee the qualiry. ��������� -  :���������;-��������� :��������� ^rirefor our nc*.v camioKiie.   It  - .-illustrates.- an: unlimired, variety   of'  choice jcv.-el prices,   v   ���������- ��������� ���������:..*    ���������  Ax. 'nieyeKperisiyb edition^ ^;y:P  xwe';:spld;ptit'they]as;t sets'o  ;pX:XAYAt oreatdemanclifp  liian^:.^vEyei:)^Ganaclian^^  ���������;^;V|y.':IriyrespoiiseytQ'^h^  printed frpnvbeautiful,;  y yxy-rTheynewyyCottage  histbrici'nr^  ol;-maps",and":^ddiistoricar'cn^i'avin^s.^''-.;.^  ���������   ���������  px .1- ,  -.     ������������������-,,'*-'...-.     .'-.->..-; I..--. -...       . ��������� j.       O .   -.   .   *i 1 .   O  ,,.-.    ,; ,���������'��������� ���������:, :���������.-.: ; ,.;,.;-.' V..1; -...      1 ,-:.i.A   _   . y. ,���������.:���������-- ���������-,i -\-'- X. ..-  i..--      *��������� ��������� ��������������������������� p .:.;..v'.- *.   "���������   ���������;"���������.;;."'  incd iimt  svstehiv'  . ..'...'..^'.-Jcwclcrsi''.,"'.;,:'���������..���������' .:.:  Yor-is ini Adelaide Streets,  Toronto. '   ;';������������������  : of  a'-'sUvte-owneO' rai Iiv a v AXiAtUXory XivmI p they xshou'd know:!. ������������������- f.%  1. was.'-.p't.!; qsiit'for tbe:  ^faarB.Jll^srsjj-grngrzrJCT:juum^uk^^.*^J  JiecorderMnin,;  Hon. vuGxBhur. Minister,   ,,-..,-.., ,       .      .    ,,  .-::.- -,     ; .,'v. v       ������������������������������������ ���������   -, ������������������  '.,-.-: i-.ail v rc-p-j-rts Ui .the  contrarv   -notwrtii-,,  of R-aJUvfU's,-' spoke.-as a::i;u--seeing j st.uxVng . -siich .' a -'rc-j'-Ajri"������������������ :chvc"u];stvd':  and'vshrewd;; statesman; wlren ' 'ho',! abortt,".ns'I aurlo'd i!,;is..are neitlicVI  said" at Vancouver that die ' would H&W A^AJ- '^A'A ���������������>'?"' 1  ���������:���������������������������'��������������������������� '<���������!''-.������������������������������������.:���������   : .    ���������'������������������'! It was-set, 11,1 liiotJOli,:    -��������������������������� ������������������   ,, .   . i-  not be eofi't-eirt'dtill. :;a- ,'gpvenifnent l .-. } '���������cnt.e.rir'd tin; ^ilicenirrvin last -jiringi  owned;:.ihd'yoperated    railway;   r;in]at :|Iic-ri:fp:rvs!v<:'i -At". iyn^erid.i<l;'���������hej,  ;','..-;V,' 11..V ��������� \it;,,',iwi i,, r ,-i* 0.!v "���������'.';;;;-i'l'iiii'st hav?rfi;'id:' cAilidi-ucv-. iiiliiK-X in i  irotli tire Atlantic to Lake ��������� r-u ici-Kir:  ������������������     ,:,:,.      , - ��������� ,,,      .*  -      '. >   ���������.   '.���������������������������.       ,   ., ���������--.���������.<��������� ���������! tne sf-'C-.orift.jjIrirc. I,:im o,ih):0! tin: jBOir-.!  \vithy its .extension,/��������� from;./i,yf,akeJeersy,of:\V'^ti''Kodtiiiiiiy,dn������;viniJi v'pros:!  bit'[H-riur. to tlie ".I'.-iV-ilic..' ("oast. I'liribi p'ccu;d'',���������m..thc-'!lh'dlii'.ya-it Xlamp.   the  goi-erniiH-nt' ^WiijViv.'..- o.stni./jr'sVjiii^ !y"J'^^'- ���������?������ ���������,'i-'-J>- .r>5������t������"i������fc..'' ^V-.l ^1,-.. wh.,.r  " 1 '  ,**���������,���������:,  W'*  Kootenay.; Lodge  No.lCA.F.&A.M.'  Thd^roKirl.-iriiiuctiiiga;'  ai-ojiolil in't lic.sru.s-  - 'X"jX\ i.fi ���������tinio-TunipIo. 'Ilniirne  .-/Xiy^XtimAPX."Halt.,' on tlio lliircl  "^^^dm&y^jrp;,i oil .lay   in  caoh  ��������� '^.'.'/XfiS::.,: ....fi���������r.  x,AxyxyXxy  ' ,tt������.'y^������^/-V  way ol,vli':iii.i-;; drtatK'!.!  ,1.:  .iis!<  t.r'iA    11  con n.eeti otis    on   the;. ..great xhlkfs. |.t:ii(; : inoiirit^iii^wiiK 'by "|',:if,k--'.ri'iiiri������:ils;  'riiat". Is   tin*   solution of (ho iraii-l >   ;l);>ittakMiXiri ii;y.Ljv<--p.-irt, i;i  ���������as^i:**!.-  :,   ,*     > ri' V X in-.' in,. clie ooevi'iiv'  of 1 liatvc.'aiiiii,, had  s por atioi.1. ,. problem,, ������������������and.  evorvi--     ,-..,-    '    -, ���������    .,   . ��������� %,  v....       ,,'..'      .:.������������������ -'....' X'-.\[if'.:i(l'-tl ��������� rjoiisidiii'iiu'e inonyy   tiM-i'''.'  nvl   iiijiin-r I ��������� iiiy'-hi'-aitlr,   axi   hav?  -v^t'v.i y'lX) iiioi'ith" at,   s.' p. in.  vf^-vc.^-vi:^    v  ������������������,i,)|.||i,i]|y-w-(!li:i)'me(l.i  ���������';'������������������.'   ,r: ,Ii:,(i0!UiON'  Sj'v.'it.iiT.Aitv.',  citizen wlio has ;rl  heart .thu'iveifari  REVELSTOIvfi LOpcis, I.O.O. F.', No' 25.  '���������.'-.��������� .."���������*.'���������.-.���������,.   ,    Hi.'.*;iil.*irMi������fHtir^������ii-L,.(iolil  ���������;..'��������� ;V(--'.|;-V, ������������������' ri'Oililfi'-lli-itvri' Hull every.  ���������.-,;-��������� Xfifi'-A'XX, -Tliiir-viiiy  riivrH't. al,  ftiifhl,  ' ,'       : X    ;v:.'%,N:'^y 'n-lo'-k.   Vi*-ilin-{ br'itlisrs.  ;      '  ���������    ,���������'���������'-:;:.���������-.-.,''���������'  coHiulJy h-i..|i;oiiii.-(I. .'  yi;:.'s.U'l!X"N, SAA.   .).;.\;:-iTu^K, li...&l<-.S.  U SAtLE':  '     ASD THE   '  DISCOVERY  OF THE  GREAT WEST  ,    PARKM.W  xW.,  COTTAGE  ,   EDITION' V.  ,  Tin''-",  CON'SPIPACV  PONTIAC  ; y vol 1;  PARKMiMl  ,.;:*;:  COTTAGE  ��������� EDIT10H -,  ���������  ' "riit:" '���������;���������  CONSPIRACY  PONTIAC  ;'volii-  .'.PARKMAN.'  COTTAGE  '  'EDITION.  PIONEERS  ���������', or   ..:-  FRANCE  V.VlNTMt  NEV/V'ORID  ,"', PABKMAN  COTTAGE  EDITION.  ',  the  OREGON  TRAUX  ;PARKMAN  COTTAGE  .. EDITION  VniE .������������������:  VI- SUITS  ��������� iXiit ,-.--..  North  AMERICA  PARKMAN  COTTAGE  .EDITION ���������  FRONTED  -������������������ AND-..,,'.  NEWFRANCE  ���������..' UNDtil  V  Lqulsnv.  PARKMAN:  BJ'-  COTTAGE  .'EDITION '.  .';.';A'-  HALF-CENTUff  CONFUCT"  v-V0|.l,:x  ���������PARKMAH;  COTTAGE  .EDITION :.  ���������'.A:  JIA1F-CENTVBV  CONFLICT,  yvotn :v  '.PARKMAN  ; COTTAGE  ..EDITION .:  Montcalm  ���������X.. ANOvt  VypLFE ;  AQh������  PAUKtfXH  Montcalm  ������������������'AI.D,..    '  x WOLFE  : V0LH  :   PARKMAN  .COTTACE  :; EDITION '  ; COTTAGE  ,'EDITION v  ���������'���������:-���������,>-nn ':������������������.  Oi.������.'|;i*GIMl.-:  v:,: ,in,: \v'v  ; CAKAflA A  '   PARUMAK fi  m;  m  COTTAGE-'  - CPITION  of liiaVcuu'i'itrV  'r^liOllld'"Hlpp.i-irt tu I r.ovcr-.'ln;  ''���������lirtrdslii|)>  ns str<11 itr Vin<;ii, !rw;i  ti.'  , j-enuituro-  '������������������' nKiiil ;  rx  ,con=(.:rvai.i Vi- rr-'.irirnc.  :.. |)orary   'ovi'-rloolc.s , th  ������������������('.-x),.;;'ndi"tut!-. iA" -.vliat  of' ihe   Laurier gpvorn-'  (���������oiiipa n.-d     with     the  Our conk-in-'  -; fact,   that,  tlie   people  ".dt-nM'ird.'': tbrit it. i������ ' ���������ncce.-jHary to  d'eveidp the country, and' that the  increased ' reveiuie i has '- airi|dy  juiti'ied.''.st')c!.i;vi.ex]ienditure. Why,  tills, district alone requires 'nn qx-  pendifure of a quarter million to  put' (!;!-.Columbia  river' and   lake.---  in'naYkra.ih' eondition  opeiHviip   ;; . len'itorv  pl'OdlU'C      i!Ve      ?lliiliu,!l:  refuni.  The fdrnrer  wliich will  ' ,111 leyM, in  the utmo-t or ni.-aliiiil \-t.h(-��������� Lro.---|;el i v, '������������������    ������������������ ,  ������������������'���������'.. ������������������;��������������������������� .--     ���������      I Ply -vvit si'-,!>,OH,  of t'ra;ri:-j.oi-t:t.ti(.ir put.   forward    liyh, ',[  nd,i...\-]>osiiiv <>f that   tci'ii-;  i it Vt:  llv:  M  r:  1, in.,  '.-tint.'  tins i'li.-tn  .-. dtiin;; it'.  ,r  ili.'Il'ii-l :  :nv.-.        ,,       '     ���������-       ���������   " 1 ew:iii:iti(*ii;-Iy.'.*iiic..-. dtiin;; :ey luXf., rivt ;  y      " y '"        to!  j>o-yo ri it.r*ii i=iVi:i ng . A'i? ji'^'M [������:���������] '/.'i?-'^ -!'.r-:Sr,'r!". *;ly' -, M.'',;:*'f:.v''r:'.;-Vl',l  1        ,.   '.       !  Klll.tiir   .1   SUM   '.('|-\-  j!l',:,ll<!   di     i'l.'I.II^.. pli'' ;  ���������Tlie ���������'��������� Winnipeg     Typ'ogrnph'ica'l.iiii'   tlie  'pioneer.-' aiid of- a-id^tii'ip:.   ii'i  ri ion has iakefM'ip in earffet   the! '-Ar AA:' httl.'-', iirtlie ���������.opi>iijni,'v.���������.iip   of;  .riirdi a LO'a.i.rd .cli.stnct.,"      .  ��������� 1'V.i'r   tliCHC    p'rii-'oii^    I    wris    f'.so! i :-};���������:  orvii'uitliv (���������*'   'Xvji.-r**   'I    ini.ccii!-  iX'.-f-ivc;  s.-iinfi'.litt In'f-oiivif!i'i';it.ion    i.i'i're^iirdv to j  t.lie   CWjVi.-rnment ���������������������������'.'bliieo. ���������', t".iihrippi/ryj  fvwrkS', wrong, laitliiiii oiw-are tir.) t*' a.  largo majority-'of the  pnldie are of the  o|Ui;iioii   , tlrnt 'I    iind     .some .claim.  "Without'   in tiro 'ieinVt wishing to'.appear'.' ogoti.sticnl, f will ,-<iiy thai, ��������� with  SELKIRK T,ODGE, NO. 12. I. O. O. F.;'  i' AJ'ioiJ (ji'iii-y TiKviiln.)-  ^,......,^_, (JV,-.||iii-;   -'Iii    .Si-jkii-k,  IM        u,   --'X-Hsiir    ,1.1.    ������   ���������o'clock.  <jVj|iit.r(ijt h|-i.-tlii'<:ii cor-  -'^s������/i.liiilly  iir.il..;������l   to at*  --..   'yy ior,'!, ,  , .  A;' 0t,T.IM-H"!', >'. 0, .l.'.M/*riMK;8i*:o;  Union has la ken-tip iivean'te.:t  above ipie.-dion, and-, .lias .p'a:-.KCfl,-ri  series of 'resolutions ��������� ]ioinf.iti^ , oiii,  that,, the '.practice, of i-enrling id,, the!  east for' printing i:-, "detrirnental to  the best interests of the city,: shortsighted and .unpatriotic; . and respectfully yhiid iearriestly requests  111 e'���������'(>fTe 11 d(:i's, agr 1 in������������������!,' (11e |>.rineip 1 e  of fradiiig- al, holiie, to forthwith'  discontinue -.vendiii  ' A great' disadvanlage, which  '.peoj.de-fi.n'd in travellijig up iind  .il'i'wn ihe-Coliiiiibia Kivei-iitilevel-j  ;'stoke is tii.-it fle-ii: js m, jiortagt! al,  the  exception of a very fr:w in   Pevel-  .-toke, t,lif:re i.s not 11 din 11.   from (an'100  ,,   . .   ,. .     Pivci-,|.o   Ti-oal, hake,'hnfc   would,   lm  .- . ,   -        . .     -.-.-   ('l0,r.bnll(y^ 1;j,:limi' to^hrivciiirreeeive   llie  'apr  to iion'-taxpaying.easfel'iier.-, bill ((11 [.ointnieiit   of Recorder.   ,1. wi,il   state  give their oidm-s to home eoncei-us. j-.'o'r   the, inforiuaiiohof., the "Jflerald"  ... 11 v        ���������        1   ..' i that,  ,C(d.'   1'i'ior did not iironiise 'irie  which   tiro  .as. well   equipped   d.o  .*������������������    -x      i ���������   1 ���������"      e       i;,,ei,   1.;,,,  , ��������� .'���������   '������������������       1' ���������   ! the   Kecorderslnp. ��������� -I .appliefl to   nun  execute then) rrs any in Canada.?*"   | |y���������* ,|,i,c appointment nnd he wrote me  '' 'A'canvasser for an eastern print-! ��������������������������� "'������������������������ "X the intention toinnlce any.  ,.    1         ���������     ,,.      ���������'������������������.' i   , Iiv.'rils'o wrote to-tlie same elh.-et,   to  mir lirtii   reeentlv   .wrote   to soiiic;        ���������.���������     , ,, ,, ,, ���������.,. ,,,,.   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'.'���������,'' '���������'"':       Revelstoke, B.O.,       '���������"'.:".        ''"  Please,send riiii the Cottage Edition of P.ii-k-  mriir's woi;ks its advci tisi-d, iu 12 ���������A-olii'im-si' boitnd  in cloth, pyiee ,$20.00. I;"i.'iii-Iosu $2.00, iuhI will  pay you or j-oiir (iidiM-^.OO monthly lud'cafliir  until tin; whole iti paid, the hooks to remain yoin-  property untilpiiid foi in full.    .:;       -       ���������        ,,  . Name.............A...-..',.-......................  X .'Address-..'.'.........,,,.   ... .:...  CUT OUT AND  MAIL  &E0RGE N. lOfiAie & GO.  LIMITED, v  90 Wellington St. West, Toronto.  V c?v  I)  ^  ri .   "  \  i  !)  THE JSOOTENAY MAIL  THE EVA.  Michigan Underwriters Withdraw.  Stock Re-Subscribed and 20-Stamp  Mill to be put in.  ��������� On the return of the party of  Michigan investors to Nelson after  their visit to Camborne, they held  a meeting which is,reported to have  been a stormy one. The reports  that reached here are to the effect  that the Mines Exchange had a  bond on the property for $150,000  on which' $5000 was paid. The  Mines Exchange rcbonded' the  property to a new company organized by Mr. HgsQiibcrger, known as  the Calumet and British Columbia  Goldfields, for $250,000, but no  money was to be paid over till Uie  Michigan gentlemen comprising the  directorate examined the property.  The amount ' underwritten , by  Michigan,and Nel?on men in the  new company was 100,000 shares  at par,55,000 of which was held by  the Michigan men and, the balance  in Xclfon.  Mr. Brock, manager of the Northwestern, and who has large influence in the copper camp, where  he is well' known, is reported to  have taken the stand that in having a rake-off of $100,000 the Mines  Exchange was- selling at a price  that was not warranted, and he  advised his friends in the underwriters accordingly. These gentlemen   arc  said   to have taken  (he  everything is being made to hum'.  A new five drill compressor had  been installed and is greatly  facilitating work.' - The company  has made preparations to work the  property on a large scale during  the winter.  The tram.way on the Silver Cup  is near completion.  ' A rich strike was made b}- J.  Cummerford, on .what is believed  to be an extension of the Nettie L.  lead, where ore carrying 3,00u  ounces of silver besides values in  copper and gold was encountered.  ~ themJnes.  stand that they were willing to go  ' on with the deal under the original  bond and asked for lime. This the  ���������Mine? Exchange refused tp agree  to and called on the Michigan men  tq,fulfil their contract or. abandon  their f-hiire?. ' Only two 'out of  fifteen attended .the meeting, The  stock of tlie defaulters was forfeited  f.lid JS,-|60 of, the under-written  shaves were .subscribed for by next  day in Nelson,' ���������  The new company is stated now  to.,1)0  IN    A   HHTTKK   POSITION   THAN   KYEIl.  The ' directors have decided to  place on the market 100.000 shares  at $1.00, and to put in an air  compressor -and , 20-stamp , - mill.  A depth',of over 800 feet'has been  attained upon the vein, and the  latest report received upon 'it by  the'company gave the ore tonnage  blocked out at 34.2G6 tons, of an  estimated aggregate value of $324.-  10S. *'  THE OrSTER     ,  CRITERION.  ' Tramway and Mill Projected.  W'.-.J). Fool states work, isr going  along' steadily' on the , Oyster-  Crilerion. A force of thirty men is  employal and a tramway and mill  Vvill he installed "in ,the s|iring'.  While a eroM-cut was being ih.-ide  Ini-1 \uek a veiy rich lead of. ore  was encountered, two feet in width,  rgi  quantity of, free gold,  said that the property  pureliaFcd because it was on an  extension of the'Eva'lead, and the  development .that bad been done  on it so far had proved its richness.  He believed from the first that the  Eva would make a great mine,  and had seen nothing in the development, with which he was  thoroughly*familiar, to cause him  to change his opinion.���������News.  rboenix will shortly ship 1300 tons  a day.    .  The Stcmivindcr has been shut  down:-' ,    , ��������� .,  G. J. Wallace lias a promising .silvtv-  lead property.in the vicinity of Salmon  Ann.  Tbe Pay no lias shipped eight car  loads of zinc ore to the J.anyon works  at'Iowa.  Four feet'and a half^of solid copper  ore has' been encountered on the  Copper Farm,  J. D. Sihbald has a $13 nugget  obtained from the placer workings on  McCullough Creek.  E. McBcan has located the Dun bar,  and \V. Abrrilianison the,, Dawson  claims on Carnes Creek.  The exact assays obtained by J. C.  Montgomery from his claims on Keystone Mountain were : Gold $20S,  copper 100 per cent/gold $132, copper  7 per cent.  ' Supt. Bradley visited McCullough  Creek placer workings on his return  from the I3cnd nnd he snw John  Saundcrson, who is in charge of the  work, triking out sonic coar.se gold.  Copper authorities predict a rUo iii  price to 13 or 14 cents. A dill'ercnce of  lucent,per pound moans $10,000,001) on  the yearly output- of the world'n mines,  a ini $(i,000,000 on the ' prod net ion ��������� of  American mines.  Zinc purchasers pny for tiie ore ou  a basis of (10 por cent zinc, with ri,  penalty in favor of the smelter when  the oro falls short- of this quality, at  an agreed price per unit, and in favor  of the zinc ore,owner when ��������� it exceeds  it. ���������  ������ The new 'strike on Downie Creek  may result in an increase of the  value of the Carnes Creek Company's  stock, as that Company hold two  claims on tluv lcncls from which the  samples of ��������� high-grade" copper ore  referred to in. a recent issue wore obtained.    ���������  480 patents were issued, two   of,which  were to British Columbio.  A. \V. Griffiths, Victoria, on a log  raft. In- this patent the logs are independently strung on each side, of the  tow-]ine.,l.y whic'i means there i.s k-s������  chance of booms becoming broken up  in rough weather.  S. Fader, Vancouver, received this  week his U. S. patent on an iinjmr.ed  doorhandle, particular reference to  which wns made in a recent rcpoit on  the issue of his Canadian Patent.  Arrangements are now beinj; made for  the manufacture of the improved  handle, nnd in a short time they will  be placed on the market, and will J  believe, soon come into general use,  as the merits of' the invention arc  conspicuous.  A Well Regulated  Jewelry Store   t  Comfortable ^������ Beautiful  Furnished Homes  ire made possible u itli. ut gr-Mt r-\jHi'.-e '-.  choosing from our large and \aiitd ,-t- . '.'  Golden and Flemish Oak Furniture, <���������'n --  ley's Superb Carpocts and Hugs, Scotrb ;.::i;  English Linoleums 50c to #1 .10 yd. .-;il\i!  ware that wears���������"J847 Jtoger I'.ro-.''. l-V-ncir  Sw's-i and EnglUh  La no Ciiit.iiii*  Larjco   llhiitrated   Catalogue  01  free of Charire.  ^illlll..! .-  v. '���������  (From Our Own.Correspondent)  The weather'still  keeps'  tine,  allowing all to do as thev desire.  thu  We have just' lately shipped two  car hinds of vegetables and are now-  loading two more, so things' arc  moving nicely.  ; We were glad to see the genial face  of F. .1. Bossley again, he having heen  away all summer. J Jo .was accompanied by Mr. Bryan, who is delighted  with our district, both in the way of  agriculture and mining.  We also have to regret the departure  of our friends Messrs. Bossley, Bryan  and Chas. Frickson for the winter,  as we were led to believe one of thcni  announced the fact thatcven'iidoiible-  barrelled shot gun would liave to he  brought into action to send liini out  of the vallev now.  There is likely to b ��������� n brisk time, in  Fire Valley next spring ns>, the recent  rich strike, known, as the JJorgan  Group? at the hciul of Kettle River,  has been bonded to Jim Wardncr, and  it,is well-known he will leave no stone  unturned,to make tilings hum in the  ne\v camp, access to which is- by Fire  Valley. ���������' <���������>.*., ^  The following locjitions< have been  made in the Big Bond ; iMnid of Erin  by Geo. Johnston, unci Lost Chord by  A. W.'Meliitosli'on Keystone, Kluir-  toum by 10. McHean, Knrs by J. O.  Piper, on Ifolliday Creek, tributary of  French Creek; Snowstorm by 1). Me-  Dougall on End Creek, and Blue  Groiise by J: W. Devlin on Biginoiitli  Creek, both claims on the mica bolt.  D.'R. Young, managing director of  Asbnola Sine!tor, is arranging with  the llinton Electric Company for the  tram way und'other electrical requirements for the mine. Mr. Young lin&  in which the  rock  carries  a  large I under way plans for a business   men's  Mr. Pool1  iad been  Kroiii our own CoiTP-poii<li*nt.  , M  Kirkpatrick has   left for Golden  M. Craik 'has gone, to Laeoinlie,  .vhere he will spei.d the winter.  J. .McKenzie and J. Russell Idt  Beaver this week for tho west.  Miss McQuite gave a birthday  party to a number of her friends last  week. "  N. McCnlluiii and J. Cosford are  spending holidays in Knult and Revelstoke.  A. Kent and J. Jamison left for  Revelstoke where they will spend the  winter.  IT.,, McCiillnm, J. Turner, and J.  Co-ford have gone for a couple pi'  weeks hunting*    >  XV  Jt-J  hr  TABLE'  ,- .}". >'.   *' Lankan."  .,   ���������,.   I'lvtni    .\r:cv. l:e,id.    Tl o:n-oo .-  i . * - ���������! i tjuir.',,'.'.',. .f.inininui'i; Oil. lilli  . i .i- ft-llo-*- MM.itJM r i*r milling): ���������  i       -,,.. I .-.it;   :nr  1 .-.ohi-cii ������   1-nriding  '.   ���������   !.:; iv.:ii-.; ..ij ,ti  1< k. aud Id];.  *    ir.-,;,!:\  ;*i.il rhuir.-di'** landing for  I'i! lam il.iiiy iti 7.10k. aud IJ.45!-:.  . r / < }t,-i: CGn'ncc'ior.-.   -villi' aJl C. P. Ii.  ,ii... r,-jar.-. ,  '��������������������������� ���������.tr.-.ie-i-iietlje rl;r!it to change liine-1  of -i.! i.,'- .tiihout non'.-e. '  nil. I :-!.;i iromxtO.v l.OSJiEKCO. LTD  f. p.om.vsbx.  '' Man.i^ir.fr Director.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  A I.I.AX LINK-From Montreal.  !'.ir'-:..n Oct.  Ni;rni(l:.*.r,   r Ocl. 20  Tu:ii.-..iii Nov. 1  I)';.MIN"iON"LISJ;���������Krom L'orton.  .Mri-irn       -u     -       -      - ,    -       -    '-       Oct. 15  Nm KnKl-iml      -      ���������'     -      -      ���������    ���������-   Oct. ������.'  <'ii:i.iiiiiii.< ...<!t!i      ���������      ���������      -      - ,    - '    Nov. j  !)'i.MINtON LINK���������From Portland.  <-.i!iR,*i',':.*ii      ���������     , Oct. 2.1  n,.ui       ...... Nov. In  IriljVKI! l.INK-From Moiilrt-.il.'  Ol,!,.i.O Oct. 10  .       .       .       -'      .       .,     -     "   23  Hie. "   WI  V.VM n'l'M  AMKltl'-ANrLINK-lVoni Now Yor),.  -���������I. J'.i'ul Oct. 15  ,-fr. Linn*.      -      -   , ���������      ���������      ���������      -     '���������   Oel. a  l'l--|.-i.ti*ip!.i   ' Oct.2'J  St. I'.ml    ' Nov- j  LINK���������From New York,   '      Oct. IS   Ocl. 'lo   Nov. I  -From New York.  i    - Oct. 15  Ocl, 17  Oct. '21  ���������      -'   Ocl. 23  Ocl. 31  ���������TAi: LINK*  (TXAKD L1NK-  I'n.hriA.  I.uc.irii.i   -      - -      -  Kn iivia         - - ,   -  From New Yoi k.  Oct. 18  Ocl. 2.3  Nov. 1  N. ^rcCnlltiiii gave the boys -nn  oyster supper on Wednesday, after  which F. W. .Jones, of Coldon, made n  speech and thanked all the men for  the successful season. Jic also thank-  ed the sawyer, M. Saunders for hi-*;  successful work niid-the fjrenian il,  ilcCallum, for his work on the darn'  which proved such a success, and gave  a month's longer cut than has been  obtained bince the beginning of the  mill, ' f"       ",  .  B R A N D S ^���������"^na^^.  '���������Our Special',' & "The Union.  ��������� , ii A. BROWN  PROP.'  REVELSTOKE,     "���������      ��������� " B. 0.  4.  Jas. L Wooqrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer In"^-^aiESSJ^  ' ���������BEEF,  -PORlC  ,.,.   '���������'mu.TT'oii, ate.  Fish and Game in Season. -  All okIltj promptly filled.   '        ���������.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, a������r���������BWrnC  ������$M:  NG   EDWARD   Vl'I.  Scotch   Wnisky  i.s a blend of-the products of tlie most, famous  Distilleries of Scotland's Western Hiohlands,  and is relishing to a healthy, manly palate, with,  a fullness of flavour and bouquet clinging to it!  THIS CONSTITUTES TILE GLOKY OF  Distilled on the Estate of the Duke of Argyle, Argyllshire,  by Grcenleos Brothers.  Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Company,  jinited*  ���������     o , AGENTS. a  l'u-M*i**.'cr- iRkcled  llirouxt)  to all ]i.irt> of  (tri.il Iliii.iiii ;in*l IruUnrl.aiid at i-iicL-iiilly low  i-.ii.^in .-til -j.u-t*, of  the J-an'opoan continent.  Aj-plj in m..Lre-L r.Ulwiij' or -Icmiiship aiffcnt or '  ru  T.   V<\ .nSADSHAW,  Acent.  Revelstoke.  V/. P. F; CUM MINGS, i-"acific ABent.  'I'l.tin*- b-.-ivi*  KKVKLSTOKl-;  l'.;i-l 1-imnil ..  Southbound.  We.-t lioiind .  iDiiily  i    8:20  S:10  17:^0  i ounst  st. pai;l.  Ca  ervice  ....n.dii-  .TORONTO    Tii������'Mliiys* .ind S.-itin-diiys  .MONTREAL .uul BOHTOX ..   Tlmixl.'iv.-;  ZINC ORES.  G-od Prospects for Slocan.  T.Jones, of the Canyon .Zinc  Works, of Iowa, Kan n.-, .-[icakiiiK  (o the Nelson'News of the properties  in the Slocan which, would he mbst  Irenefitled hy the sale of the zinc  in their ores, said he went through  the yiocan Star, and although he  had been in the zinc j-r.r. liasing  lir.!-iiu'?F for a large nunibei' of  years, he . h:-d never before seen  ?uch a large quantity of high grade  ziiu: ore expof-ed in any mine he  had visited. The hivne, Jvanhoe,  liosun and Wakefield lu-d also a  lin-ge amount'. Speaking of the  treatment necessary for the ore before shipiing it amounted ton  partial roasting, followed by rmini ng it through a magnetic separator.' The bent oxidized the iron  in the ore and 'rendered it magnetic,  and the separator extracted.'..this,'  raising lhe value from a zinc  slandpoint.  Mr. Junes was greatly pleased,  wilh the appearance of the .mines  he had- visited, and believes that,- a  couple of years will see marvellous  changes in the Slocan. ' -A. A0; '  I excursion to the coal fields about lire  middle of December the idea being io  induce n rcpresoi tntive gathering of  coast and interior men to sec for'themselves ��������� there is no '.nek of fuel in the  Okniiiignn'ciistnel.  -' Byron N. White, of the Slocan Star,  says if the treatment of Slocan zinc  ore is satisfactory, there will be zinc  smelters on this side of the line and  the ott'ects of this on Slocan especially  will be almost magical. A variety, of  values in the ore sonietiniesproved to  be n good thing, and this was evidently going to prove one of those instances. With' a large "nuinlic'- of the  Slocan p'rjpert.ies that are i..ow' idle  being worked at a good profit, the district would forge rapidly ahead.  News.  f.  Extensive Development  Proposed--  Remarkably Rich Ore.  .������������������..���������  \V. ll. Pool lulls the Nelson  News tlm Grout Western ' nii'tieyis  Vapidly coming to the front there-  Holiiild Forbes, lhe new manager,  i.- all cxlri'imdy clicrgetic and aide  in,in, iiiu! under liissuperiiitottdence  LOCAL INDUSTR.ES.  '   IXKKIXGE.MEXT Ol*' A TKA1)E-.MA1:K.  Iii an action in the High Court of  Justice for Ontario recently ..tried before Chancellor Boyd at Toronto, the  Slater Shoe Co. and Chas. K. Slater-,  President of Montreal makers of the  I'riiiious.Siiiter shoe, obtained a judgment forever restraining l<\ C. Wilkinson, a boot nnd shoo dealer of Owen  Sound, from advertising, ottering,  exposing for sale or selling boots or  shoes not made by the Slate Shoe Co.,  as "Slater Shoes-'. "Slater .Goods", or  "The Slater Shoe". Tlie'"Chancel lor  also ordered "Wilkinson to pay the  heavy costs of the action.  It seems Wilkinson was offering for  sale, shoes made by a manufacturer  in Montreal whoso-.name-, was somewhat similar to The Slater Shoe Co.  The milker panic up." from ���������''Montreal,  aiid gave' evidence/ at the trial and  iippcured to be', looking after tlie  defence for Wilkinson, but the Chrui-  cellordlier hearing the'.', evidence,  .decided that no one, except the Slater  Shoe Co. had a right to use the 'nanie  "Slater' Shoes", "Slater -, Goods" "The  Slater Shoe" or any similar names in  connection with boots and.shoes, ami  that Wilkinson had no right to use  any name , or names in connection  with boots and shoes ��������� which might  enable .him to' pass oil' a shoe not of  the Coinpany's niukc* as being of their  iniikt'i noi- in any way to reap the  b'enelit of the reputiitiou which the  Slater shoe has acquired throughout  tho Dominion of���������Giiiuulu-  .   , XKW   PATKXTS.  Rowland P-iillaiu- PntoiiL Attiinioy,  Vitiieouver, n-ports1 during-this   wuuk  From our qwn Corrc>po>i<lfinl..  Capt. Kane arrived' here today from  Revelstoke.  ''J'hcre is some talk of a Qundriilo  Club being started hem this winter.  - Quire a niiinber of penple from here  went to Arrowhead oii'Gct. JiOili, lo  attend the Social ru d Dance given in  the school house, ���������  Mr. lilondiii was in town last week  arrd left Sunday last, 'with Bruce  McLean for Lrijigan where they will  work fur smne time.  lVte'r McCiiilon���������w]io is to putj the  machinery in the new dredge, arrived  hero Tuesday from Toronto and will  start to work at once.  Han iMoDougall,* who has been  braking here for some time, "on the N.  & S. Branch, left Inst nightdor the  Bouudiiiy to work there-        '   a  A. ..Ijricouisier, who has bi-on ' e n-  ployed in the shiii yard here for four  years, leave*.; this week with his family  fur Victof-ia. where he will in future  reside.  I). St. Di'nnis. who hasMiecn employed here fur the last three years as  book-keeper for the Yale, Columbia  Lumber Co.. left'Monday for Cascade  where he will fill the same position  for the company.  HALCYON HOT.  parens  Tlio ina-A compliMu Hc.ilih Resort on  tho com inoiil. ol North Aiiu-i-il-h. Esilu-  atod ini(l*-t sc-cnoi-y unrivalled tor ifi-.irr*  tlcirr. nontiriK, l-'ibliirrj?, Kvi-iri-Mon*.  Sk.-UiiiK iiixt .Shooliii^. i;i"*iil*-i>t I'hy*  siciiin mid NiiKB. Tolcui'-iiihio mill*  miiiiii-.il.ion willi nil pm-c^ol nn->-.ml.l  two niiiil-.iii-rivo mill doii.irl uvli;.'.I.i.v  II*, b.illis oui-u .ill ni-i-wiii*. .mt] ni;i���������i-t111-  (lisca*5c*>; il*? witnr^ hcul .ill K ul*n*\.  I.ivur uml Sliiin.iuli .iiliin ni-. ii'nl >' ''I  iirnto nil in-uiln- |.ui"uii" li-i-m i'i-���������-���������,-,  loin- ll** ���������.���������..il*-.--, i.iiiii.iI. .1.: ".; ,.i-,.  for i!i.*n iiL-.il.nir.tii-tuui.  Special    Winidi- Terms :  ' c        Per   Week.  PIS   to  c5CfCTP.fiacr^j3is=r:sa z^i--r>^  zrzxrzxZir^zrizraT'  Does Your Food Distress You ?  ' CANVASSER  WANTED  lJ sell    I'l?INTERS'    INK���������a  juiunal for advorti-sei' pui>!  n.". li  ed weekly at live dollars'.i \(.Mill teaches the .-.cieiioe and irr.-ie-'  tiee of Advj'-r.Niii^. an-l i.*- highly  esteemed by tli'o ino-at siicces.-lul  advertisers in lliis"f;oir.itry anil  Great Britain. Liberal coinniis-  sion allowed. Address l'J?!NT-  EHS'.INK". 10 .-i|lrtu-e St., New  York.  l-'oi- (Ir-t t-l.i-i*. lc.itliur wi-iu-  A I c vim  in rviili-i'  D.i y'uii l'--'-l ulib-i- I Ii.iii yuu nst-d tu?    ���������  I.*, your ,ijipclilc pour?  Is viiin- iuntriu-* (-(iitti-d   willi  a  slimy,'  YfMiiwi-h fin ?  Di> yuu li-i vi- di/.'/.v spell.-!'  II.-ivo ymi .i li.ui tasli- in tin- iiiu,llll?  Uiu-s yuiii-   fund   cunie up rifl i-i-i'n ting,  v\ il li ;i sum-1.-i.iti1!*        i  Ilavi' you .i .-I'li-i.itinii of fullness al'tei-  i-.-ilin^?  D.. vou Ii.i i-i- ln*arl luirn?  Do voir ln-li-li gas or wind?  Do yorr liav.-1'Xi-.ssiv*'. ihii-.-l?  Do yotiyiiiiiii-i'- black specks h*,*foi-e lhe.  ���������   r<*ye.>-!'   ,-'.    ;' x���������;.     X' .'v'        : ' ���������'���������  Do yon luivi; piliii or lippifssiun ar-uirnd  .   'llrt' ll".-ivt?: i    , ' '  Doi'S yoin- lieiii I. piilp'itiiU' or- ������������������lii'ci.f.-ir-  'l-Hglllai-ly?' ������������������ ��������� '   ��������� ...        ,  '  ���������  Do you Intvi* iiiiph'.is.iiil dr-i-anis?   ���������'.*.   '....  Ar-.,-you (iiiistip.-Uril?   .''"������������������'.  Do your- liii'd'.-- in-mlile or vibi-ati-!'  Ari-you it'.-ilt'Ss at night?  NajiK;^....... ���������;..x ....'...���������.........  Age:...... ...'-Occupation...............  .Street number.....'.......................  Town.:..-.'.. '��������������������������������������������� .......State ...  ...  If you have ;iuy oi-all of llu- above  s-yirijiioiiis yon.probably' have Dys'pep-  j.i'n. ��������� Fill in ib.v.-ibovc- blank,'send to  mi, nnd u i* uill mail vou a free trial of  PRPSIKOLA TABLETS������������������-uiiijiiestionr  ably the Mir-i'-l arrd' srifert. Dyspepsia  ciife kiiown ��������� logeilnr wilh inn little  liook���������"Advice to Dyspeptics." Itegii-  Ijir-i/.i' V> |i~ii<obi Talilet."-, 2.3 cents, by  mail, of of yi.it d.i-u|zi.dst.  ��������� AGENTS WANTED;       ,  Vancouver  ler  B. C.  Co.  t  t  REVELSTOK  1? -  i  B. O.  Ne\\M  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  iif.iit.      Kirst-class in every re������p.ect.      All modern,convi nienccs  looms. ���������  Special '.Veckly fi.ik'S  Large. Sam pie  50 per Day  ;e:is  :.:otoi,   iTOut   LrU-iCO.  ur.dcr   wtnic   iiiiin.'ifj'invi.:  fa fa A fa ���������$> -f> & $? % ���������& ��������������������� & ii -i" ib % & fa *> -h ^ ifl ���������$> i"* irt & A> fa <&  For I'lill. information   call  on   or  addict,  i-: .J.COVLE.  A.G'.P.A..  VANCGUVEl!.  T. W  BRADSHAW,  Agent,  IIEVELSTOKE.  AM)  nt.  Trees  Planls, Bulbs.  (-;rki-:xiiouse J'lants,  in-  <i>'  tVl  fa  fa  &  fa  IS /  U I  I!  j ^ ���������;-  UO  OOMAPLIX  /,  How Open for Business     -     The Best house in Town.  ��������� Well Furnished    -    Good Table.'  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  HAMILTON,  \'T  Proprietor.  faf^j -vto -fo fa 'fa fr> <b fa fa fa fa fa fafafafafafafafa fa fa -fa fa -fa fa  <fa  fa  A  (MJ-  fa  r\  I'M  fa  tt.  *.'  (Vfl  (������>  I -ii.  I ���������.,-!���������  KJ 3   ft. 3 L������  ably  ���������^  l  iw  F**3^  U  furnished with the choicest the market  nfford.s. Best Wines. Liquors, ev: C igars.  Rates $ i a day.    Monthly rale.  ALBERT      STOZCsTjEEL    PEOI  I'.rili-li Colniiiljiii Ani-'il*. fur tin: t-cli-li'-.ili'd  ���������'PENETANCi" riulu LiMlliur. Ci.l Nil.:*, .ui.|  lied I'icci;*!.  lliiriiu-i l.eatlici-", ni-iilli', Saddle ninl Hl.ii I  iiiK l.callici-", ij-icu .mil l.uirii) Ij'j.ille.'i*", U'|i  |)i!i- I.eatlicr-, of nil kind"-.  Miiniifiiuturci-s  of  Clci-ocl    L'iii������-r.   of    iti:  (luscriplion-!.  iilioeiii.ikoi'1-' Toul*! iiinl Kin.lii!-,'-, ;? ulill-i-.i  Hardwire, Hides mid OiN.  Two tlioii"iind l)eei'."ltiii*i W.-intcd.  Cntalo^uu������ nnd price Ii���������I������������������ on .-ipiilii-.it ion.  ,-. I   j   Q\        Trademark*-  I >3   i  .O    .-.nd  Copyrisl.ls  TENT  olit.-iiiiid in nil (oiintries,  ���������PA'  ROWLAND. BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  ..Muuhaiiiu.il     Kii(jlnuui-    mill     ])..uig!itMiii.-i.,  Hank  of II. X. A. Iliiililings, Hiihtins*, Slit-ct  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A postcard  will scenic un overling appoint  nient for those who cannot cull uurinK the day  Cej Klouli  and r,!c-  IV7'  '.obj CPU Do-pot  .r.iTjoat Wharves  H^-lumfslicci r-.r.cl I'c-i^c4":'.Ci  M  80,iii, \\"i  . i'jr Fall Pluming,  (.'lean' eertilieate   from  sj.ei tor.  CUT FLOWERS.  AGRICULTURAL  IMPLEMENTS,   ~  HICK SUPPL1E?,  PRU1T  BASKETS,      ,  KK UTILIZERS,     ������   ,  Catalogiru Free.  J. HENRY,  t mi ir. ^ t cr  Road,   Vancouver  \N"-f;iri: Ladou Oxi.v.  PELLEW^HARVEY,'  &.    GILMAN,  /  Vaacoavcr, E. C.  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYERS  Mil  Tests Smelter Tests  I ,      Up to 4000 lbs.  [Scheckii--5 Smelter- Pulps a Specialty.  .     Have You a Doubtful Piece of Rock?  We'll Tell You what it is  ���������        FREE OF  CHARGE.  per <.r.y  N  K--^K  Jul  iLt?  l������-U-141.:iAl*, J  ialand  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  R. DOVVSWELL, Proprietor, - Vancouver,  C  Just Romodclhd and Refurnished with all Modem Conv:nie;ic  Raw Furs Bouglrt,  Cash. Prices .Paid  ', THE LAXAK0LA COMPANY,  ���������V.ksk'v 'iirui'.Ki'", NKW YORK  "F3  AL   a  Br??'!Tt"3'"ft"v'v5 **? rfT if-3  _..:������������������   W.k^hhh3  Exporter of Furs.  ���������,(l .piKM^ HUTU  vUlLiun a  HO li LAX  in  A'ooii'/s in Suites ic//// I nit/is antl   Toi ids atUwhca, /hnviup //</  and Cold Waler, Inside Toilets ou each Jloor, (Jas Lighted una  Steam Healed Throughout.  J. C.GREBNE, Proprietor,       - '   GOLDEN, B. C.  J, H. YOUNG-,  Proprietor.  , pc--rd. Tal.o no oilu-r, :j nil Mixture**!, pills and  I i&]itetlonsaruci.:iu;*.-rcr.*i. rrln>,No. l.rtlper1  I toi;>o. y, 10d(.*(.'K.|-sf.ironf;<>r,?:j ppr box. Ko.  | 1 or 3, malic J on receipt nf price find twoS-ccnt  Stamps. 'Iho Cool; Comp.-my Windsor, Ont.  fS/"No������. land 2 f-old and recoiniacfldcd by all  respQ2SibleUru������:t'lsis in Canada.  ���������  No. 1 .-.nd No. '1 ;irc *-' Id ut I roiri Kike bv I-'.  T. Aln-y. .'iml .it l.cv* Urol,., .,, \V. ilc������\, O. 1-".  Curtri:. ari'l Oikl'I.i Urirj; .lc liook t'o. Dni-5-jji*-ts  %A&%#ZXi      rht!'Grcci I^Qlvih Ucmtdy.  .^r*iyeH<5H    Sold end recoiniaeaded by all  ' ���������JY-Si-' V js; druggists in Canada. Only relJ-  A$AiL&;Ar--all'e JBedldne dlFccvced. Six  -c-t&^^t^&si^puctxigci rpj^roTtkiii to euro all  forma o^ Sexual "Weakness' ��������� oil effects of aiiuse  oreicess, Mental ,Wor7y, Jrscessivo csecfao-'  Best brands of Wines,-Liquors and Cigars.'"  Travellers'  to  Fish Creek will find excellent  at this 1 lutel. ���������.'"        ������������������' ' ';  '.CGomiiioclation  Sb9 V/otKl OoaapfiBy, wladsor, Oat.'  |.  Wood's I'liosi'iibUir.-t*; is sold in 'Kevelsic-ku  I by Ciinad.i Mrirsr.   & Bonk (\,., a. K. Cin-d-., mni  I W. JicWs.alm i,J- KriinkT. /.In*yul -lioulLuku  UniggiAis. - ���������       ,.  /-^j-.t THE KOOTEtfATfMAIL.  I as; X.  In thisdamp climateeverybody  '.' is more or less troubled with  catarrh in the head: One off  ������������������,the newest remedies' is t-nlled  -.-.-the.'-, fi"'i.fi'fi':'. y.'y;'  EGT  Catarrh Cure  ''.'���������;.,-It- is composed oftwo .bottles���������  ' one forjntei-nal and  the other,v  .   ' for external use, rind will effect'..'.-���������'.-  ���������/ ';t cnreas near as riiiy  medicine  can.   It is sold only, hy the  ���������x,;-"'At;/$l,^ery'Bottifc.xy:y:y  ; Try for yourself and biyeonvmced; A  \iApXA;AXXxi:MARRIED.fiApxApA  Hakdy���������Matthicws���������At���������-. St;'/Peter's  '"churchy Kevelstoke, li: C, 'on'.'TncS-  :;vday,-yXov.- 4th,x. 1002, ;by AX-i'<���������  'Norman :;Tucker, /" of 'Vancouver '  ArthurDOuglas.IIardyy of Fairview,  A.AiXGAto Miss Constance A.-Matthews.  xp of Vancouver, B; C.   7 fiX:",'.-,'''-,'������������������:'���������  BORN.  -At' Iievelstoke,   >By G.t .-''on  MondayXNov. 3i-cl', 1902, to M r:, and  RlXGKK  y:Mond  :   -Mrs. JxA.:Ttingei-ya'daugliter  LOCAL & GENERAL.  7x Greatvimprbveinetitsarc being iiiridc  :7tq,;the hospital grounds.- 7vV 7v.;-v:;.7v;-7x  v ....:.The. Methodist church.;;looks much  y imja-ovedxhyv-its':::painting/'aiidyri^:  v novation.xvy-y^-y-'x-'v'v'y- 'fiX:fifi:-'A:fififiA':'"  A'AThe vvLisgar ; clectignX;petition;, Was'  ;:dismisscdahd Stewart,', Liberal, ��������� .cpn-  .���������yfiniied';in.his-scat������:/y.^  xy..T]ie;Frbnt': Street .sidewalk;; is,7now  .completed and is .Tgreat.iniproyemeiit  ,;to tlieyibwer:town:-;: Apfi-X-XXyXA'A  ;'.'������������������ AVvWells.is , under arresty at yKbss-  ��������� land for-sliootihg'E,.yAdainsy:whbyis iii  a critical,condition; ���������::.:. :���������'��������� v-xx-x p yy/'  | to bind,deft., aiul tho,xcase:;was: dismissed; ... li. t-Iodgc for pltf. and F.C  ���������Elliott for deft'., The second case wiis  a claim for wages due by Andy CuiVi-  mings when clefts.' took over tlie liotel,  and:which plttl'. claimed they,' agreed  to pay. Tlie. court held "the; evidence  showed defendants agreed to,pay only;  from the book debts '.'collected."' It.  IIodgo for pltf. aiid A. J. Gordon defiy  , .Bylaws , to . liinit yarea"; of Chinese  laundries '/have, be'en -, meeting .with  hard' luck.'' At Phoenix the ���������court  held the bylaw bad'iisP;'/ultra, ..'.yir.es,'  uncertain,,, .ambiguous, ' and discriminating:", .' X conviction: 'was -quashed  because' the .court.; sentenced to,, ''iiii-'  prisonment:: with , 1 i.rtr.d��������� 1 a\ior ,whcreas:  ���������the; bylaw, authorised .imprisonment  alpnc.;x .Tlie .cfl'ort/.'at .,Pcirtago '; la  Prairie to remove; Chinese Jauhdries  ���������also faiU-yy .���������������������������X.'.������������������������������������ :'x-y ���������'���������'-''. .';   'iy./:/ "'''J-..y.>  y.';'"A.y meeting of the'licensing Coni-  niissionersior lire riding, was, held, at'  the police,stat ionMonthly. Prcseiifc:  Messrs.'Newnian/ ,/liaggen, and .Chief  Inspector by]:)per.;A.v new licenseivas  issued0 to - 'J. ,'v'H;' DiarnonU 'for : tlie  Xort h,>vestern hotel a t; Ci old fields, and  a transfer gran led from J. IvCanieroiv  to -Moses 15. McGolluin for tlie : liotel,  jyarcloaurit Cbniriplix. ^ ,   x 7     vv.:'' ."'',  fi J.; M.Ivellio relui-ned oil Tuesday  froni; :i,visit of inspc'ctioiiy to the'river  ,ini])i-oVciiieiit':worksyy;,IIe,reports7 the  work-hulking splendid headway under  Gits TIedstrom. ���������/ Themen are 'now  removing;a reef a'tiltbcky.vl.'oii'itv. The  rock, -poiiitv.: which, CaptxyFdrsland'  wished romo'ved has been 'well cleared.  .vA'srid sequel.to the Fairviejv fire .is  that .J.' /Lovb,''.;the .postmaster, who  tried to rescue Miss Sniith has lost; his  reason'ovcr'this and.'tbcv loss'iof-$1100  of post ollice-ihoiiey. ' Thtfloss of .yt'lis,  latteryyvasduex to -Mr. -Lover's, clerk,  JMc]tQstic',ivvli6 lias;conf6sscd and.been  sentenced/to three years;   ''"A-������������������A'A'A.  vJ..7M. Kellie has.;caJlcd;on us with'  reference to,llie ilei-ald's cliacge ; that  l)c.vis'(lrawiiig'two;>alaries'yTrohi -the  Dominion; ������gdVeniment;.-MrX Kellie.  says riiiyonc:wisliiiig:toysatisfy Himself  tliiitxtlie-'charges arc uiitiiiel'can. tsce  tlie^piiyrolls.,;/ .y'"','; -X<*XX<-^ :^.yA  ROYAL DROWN SOAP  The Best; in the World.  ������������������ ,'JIail us ISTioyal Crown;SoaiV  ���������������������������'���������- ��������� .Wrappers,-', and in,;return we".  . ,; . will'mail a beautiful/ Picture     ''������������������.  . v size.1(3x20; or for 2y, Wrappers ;',-��������� ���������,'  ���������;'���������:���������' your choice of over 100 books.    .  ��������� l)r'op; us a post, c'ardyasking:  for a. catalogue of premiums ��������������������������� w  :';,-  to' be hailFKEEvfor^Eoyal,, ,",-;  '���������.' ; Grown-Soap ,Wrappers.\xx^^  ;' ' Adilres^,"    ���������x       -.:.--'X''-:"Xp'"..-:'  The Royal fSoap Co.,  Vancouver' B:G. Limited.  Carpenters0 Wanted.  Fifty car-penti-rs wanted at once, six  montlis work. Apjily to J. KeVnaghan;  Revelstoke or Laggah.   X  Valuable Property For Sale  Threeaci-es oilund adjoining station  grounds.'  Apply to     ��������� ,'���������  /^���������Mx-        H- C. FRASER,  "'      '���������:'.'.'..'.-'".'''���������'       Salmon Arm, B. C.  WANTED  v'.The;estat(,r qfv tho.Iii to .Chief yJiistJce  Davie.pays .15. ctsXciirthe dollar. X//.yX  :-;G: Paget is-b'ii a visithonic'v;'���������-; ipX;  ������������������' P.' Leake ,M. E.,is on a. visit to' the  city..-;. -.���������;   ' ���������;,'���������_ i.A.X/': '-fi���������';/':��������� :'���������"���������: '''A:',. "'''  '.. II. F. Hay lias;been on a visit to.the  Coast,:.;; \:X fifififiX/Xpfi. '-....��������� ��������� ,XXX'X-X'X'r',";  .Mrs'.H'aggen returned Tuesday frcm  IvcwWesjinin'stcv.'"''��������� ',.������������������������������������',������������������..������������������ '���������'.''���������',;     ''"AA'v  v Architect Henderson will return -'to  the city toniorrbw.!'.;- . -''Ax-   'AX  '.'-.'..       "'   .  ,-   ... .'v' ���������   , ���������    ���������  :'���������'  '���������,.-'.        ,      ���������    '>���������������������������  yMi-s.y'I;. .A;;- Frct-vv'rjcturned   from  EndtfrbyWednesday, y  '', '., AX'A,:,  W. 13 ii tier, a nil'A'.A. .Clark .were in  yesterday, from Camborhc.'    ;.;-���������'   '':������������������:/.  '  Jliss Kenncr is in the hospital where  she has -undergone rin operation.'v:-:;  ;  G/UxXagleliiis gone to tlio Bend on  andtlier tiniber*criiising expeditioii......  xF^Gri^TO^  telegraph oflicc,yhas gone to California.  Kaslo liiis adopted a; bylaw,- requir-  ing'biisinessi premises^ to   close at (5.  p'.-.niv-.r.���������'��������� 'vvXvvv :.-;������������������;...���������:���������-,:   AX-Xt: 'fifififi':'::: ���������'  ���������������������������;;"-V.  'fi-;.   fi''-::.':- .-���������.���������' 'fifi.y v.     '.-���������'   '. ���������   ������������������   fififi'lfi':,  yvil/B.'iStonex liasa fine -silver   tip  skiii obtained on his, recciit trip to tlie  i3endyy;,y.'"yy--.y;v-:v-.-!' aaxa:A'-xA  ;^Advertisements ,tuiidei' 'this;heading  \yi 11' be pii.ljislied a t,one: cen t per word  p,er issue.; Cash; with order.  For Sale  TWO Itcsidonces on JIcKcnzie Avenue, wit'  '..'.'modern improvements, ������2,500 each, on easy  i ��������� ��������� terms.' - ��������� -. '��������������������������� '���������'.���������   '',-.������������������   ���������";-- e   -  .��������� ,,���������  TWO Residences on'Third Street east,,very  convenient for- railway men,, ������1,800 .each,  ,     easj-terms. -  >.  ONE Kesidencoon First Street east, cash required ������500, subject to mortgage.  Apply to-,  ��������� ������������������   - ��������� ',.  -  ,������, ;��������� -   ;,.,..'.'.- :.-,��������� ���������;.,.  .,,;-, HARVEV, HoCAItTEU & PINKHAMV v  TTTANTED.���������Car|ient<>i's to work iri-  ;;VV side. .Apply HumeEiock.y v ,;':  WA^TEC--Hote]    proiirietors,-   fo  v get "registers  at.the.Kootenay  Mriil ollice, Pevelstokcy    '"'���������' '.;'',  XVTANTED TO SELL-*^A^third in-  >���������������������������'���������} \ ���������"-; U'l-n'sL'-in a Big Bend mica claim  Price: $500, Apply," Kootenay vMail  oHfice.''x",.;, '��������� .;,;.,, .������������������.'.���������.     . ^.;,.: .,-  WANTED.-To lerise or ]nu-chiise, ri  house of i'roin five to eight-. rooms,  fiii'-nislied or unfurnished.' Apply at  ollice (if KooTiiNAY'-JMAir.;!''-'  ST>VltT A PAYING'BIJSINESS.-  Becoiiie iiidependiiiit and be ymir own  BOSS. Anew'mail order' business,  c-riii he,.:conducted;-vby aiiyoiie, rmy-  wherc; IjilS to"-$30:.'per . week" easily.  'Enclose-"stump" for particulars of our  inarvellously    successful    plan.   "Ed.  < NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ;;  .In the County, Court of Kootonay lioldcn at  Iievelstoke. Jn the iniittei- of the estateof John  .D.'Uoyd, late of Iievelstoke, Ii. C, deceased.  Notice i.s hereby given that nil persons having  claims against the estate of the saidS/ohn D.  Uoyd who died on or about the 21st day of May,  A.JJ'' 101J2,nre required to send by post prepaid,  or to deliver to'Harvey, McCarter and Pink-  ham, solicitors for the administrators, on or  before thcCth day of January, liKIS, their names,  addresses and descriptions and a full statement  of particulars of their claims and the nature of  the security (if any) held by them duly certilied,  and that alter tlio.snid dayi the administrators  will proceed 'to distribute the assets of the  deceased among the parties entitled, thereto  having regard only to the. claims of which they  shall then have 'notice.. '-.-''���������. '.������������������-,��������� ,  ���������Dated thisGlh day of November, 1902.  HARVEY, MctJARTlCR and P1NKHAM,  solicitors for'T.W. Uain, .1. M. Kellie iind Alex.  .lUcRao,,administrators of the said estSUe.     ,.  ^p&m������&&&m������������m������&&&&$������&.  %  WRAPPING-PAPER  AND  X PAPER BAGS.  TheKooteiiay Mail has been;  appointed agent, for one 'of  the largest Canadian   Paper  . Mills. '; ; ;-;;x:.'.x".y.',x, -;:.-y;  Wrapping papers in rolls or  flat,, -and paper, bags of all J$  weights and sizes supplied to , ^  order-printed or iinpfintech'    ',"' <&  ��������� ���������'���������'.' V ' ,'   '.. :���������,.;.. ���������'.    ($>  Kootenay a Mail, Revelstoke.   |  irwrwi iniiiiiaaaBEaegaBasgiKiii I lit i%WBHMa  X������  , '^  ,AB  Leoiiai-dj-DiindaSj-iOnt;  v'Tlie^Willingo'^orkersy'rcalisedXirlOS  from; theirx;-l,hanksg;ivihg;:;c;ntertain-  mciifc.';"-''--';.- :v;''ff''."-'---- 'A//:'/-::    xX'/.XXA.  '*./.;y". A 'pjoneer prospectory'naiiiiecl;'.Ed-  ,���������:���������'.;.-��������� wards was burned.to;deatlivin his.cab-  ��������� '������������������X.:in atvCanip;McKiriney;p/'<-XX.'-X:pX'.;  y-v vf-Hiillowe'eir passed;oiT,quietly;'" The  x x'stormy:night was- uiifaTOrablc'yfprXhe  'x'vpranks'of the small H>oy;XfiAx;/'X:Xa'-'A'  A. yyAvirian. named:BcrrO:n was killed; at"  ,-"."yythe Cwiton 'smelter '^j>ypa,xcoiivcrtcr;  yxycover, dropping' onyhis'hcad.;y,y^y'v-y^y :'  AyAy ���������f*)i-*y;Sihdery:cphserva ti vcy ,has"been:i  yy -".ti nsea'ted; yfor Nortli i-'Norfol k"; for x:issu-  .'"y'yiiig railway,.tickets":to".'voters;,"yyy ..'..yj  yyyvyThc boys of:the citji'schools yintc'iid  yv-JntrbcHicingv/basket-ballv iis-;;'-ay':;i\v.iiite'r'  Ay game invthc'basenientyof,UieysclibQiyv-x  ; X/ ���������- vvYa n cou ve'r;celcljra t cd' coin pi e tion X of  ���������fifi���������������������������:��������� Pacific.; cable :byxcabling���������: CDiigratu-'  v';y;lations;tbygoverniheiits" aiHl.iiotables!''  ���������'.;" ; Mount Stephen hoiisc/at Eicld, wafe  ���������v- burglarized:last weck:and abouty$500  y;yvSfolenx.:-.:I)etectives. iii;e investigating;  x;We;have received front 'th'p'VDepfi'rt--'  ..-nient of the,Interior;the -full' scries of  ;���������   tlie splenetic! new hiap;6f Caria'dii..."*!](isti-  ,, '-'issued. ���������'., ���������.;.-,':���������;: ,'���������'" :'X",;;v !'x;y:;".::(''y.;;y:"'  :*''-;.y/'-.'Hon'.y.K:'':yG.,^;Piuor);is,:AcMng,Chicf'  '.Coinmissibner   of   Lands: and ^yorksy  diirins   the   absence   of. Hon. W. C.  y Wells at Ottawa^ "' XyXAX ,.-������������������-.-y-p  ���������:     .The increase of 'business at the Post;  p  Oflicehas demanded more box v. accoip-  ' adation,.and ythisyPostmaster-McKae;  x.has just added.; '//;,������������������ 'X'''A''Ay,</:-\XX:-  'JNIrs. Hensliaw, of NewvWestmihster^  ���������'y:.will'writcya-'bo,ok.'.the.sceneypr*whic,li,''is-  ; vlaid.in the;C. P. R.;jnounhiin yresorts,  ���������'-vat Glacier aiid' Field./ ���������yy/yjAfi-y-.p ....  : :.;x: At .Morris itSteed'sstordv there "vis  J.on view. a. huge'���������"��������� tiirivip   grown on J.  'v*Lanzd!s ranch.   It .weighs 17-yibs! and  must be about a record.       .'... ,x ,;   '  ^l)ianToiul,p.ros. will;.opcn:,a store;  G6kllields..y; -; ;x;;y,v x;x "': ^.:;;x'  at  " : You. , caiv save;- iiVpncy.,b\-"  insuring  ,witiiiii.;N.,,Coui-siei-;':yy'x'x:y;v'1x" ;';:;:���������  vvvAv; Maguirovintends; ^starting" v,a  crockery-store-on;thirst Streety,.���������������������������'.'������������������ vvv.^;-  !;X;G.o:(6 ;P.;Ta[)ping for-, iXp; xl--' gr-ain,  (fndfeeilj v.Prices;riglit.x'-Ternisi''Gaslr.''  .'vTlic': Kootenay;.; M ri i I yis.xsecond "X to  uonejyxlycluembcr. thatx In ;!plapiiig  yptii-ridvcri-tising.'-;;;,y," i'-i/y.-  .��������� '������������������ If'ypti.want, the hestyviii'iic.yf6r'''.ypiu'i  .monciy.plifcc'youriOi-ilers fotv.fruit :i.ud;  yegetable^at .r.v'Mii!ey.'ssti;ii-ey:yxx; 'x;  v vTravellersv'yisiting Pcyelslokc'rwi 11  li nd '\t lie fi ibe'st.x accoinadation: at : the;  Central liotel,'AItfrihaiiisori.Bros;'.o,, ;  x";A'd\;ertising:(:i cates: inlluehce. ������������������ ;,The  greatest inllueiicc is exercised'throirgiy  tho;KooTKXAv,jMA,ijv.x '--.;:x; X'AiA'fi  --���������:��������� A'asiineiin l.insruKlvbptrlesvpcri'iirnccI  a'nd'phiin, large supply for: v,-i n ter just  arrived at Canada,I)riig\t Book Co. '������������������'.'  .'���������' Kindly note It.'11.. ''Trueniaii's.vpresent visit; "will .teriiiiiiato ; ;Tuesday  evoniiig/Nov. v]0th; : Dull light viio  liindraneelorsitting.'> ...  v,    'A .-'���������'-.'.���������������������������;  ���������'.'��������� .."��������� Il;ei-e.are���������'.bargains Ipr/yourywinter'  vegetable.:siipplies': Tiirnips; $1 per 100  lbs.:"Pa'rsiVips. fll perTOO Ib's:. G:ibijaie;  41 perlOO lbs.,.-: J.'3r:iley;. '-'' ������������������ ;;".-; A  ^yii'eiV'ypu'-'.'C.oiive'-:'.-',tQ Beyelstokehirtl  the Central liotel ybusv.totakc ytni to  a'.- goodv "hotel.';   Abrahainson   ,,'Bros'.  PrbpS.; X '   .-:..   fi '���������''.'./:���������'-��������� ,i  vvPor di-j-yahdyfalliiig'hair.u&'i!i;xne\v;  preparation made from Vaseline.; The  Canada DrugxC Book Co; ,kecn it. ;. 50  cts. it bottle: ' The verv best.   Aa:.-.   .',  b';.;AXjncotingv,;of;v'the curling club is  calied'for Monday at:8 pyhK-'iit Ifcitei  Peye]stoke.;:v.:x;:;';v;:,;y;;;v.:;.:;;,";x,;:vv;.;x;;  ,; Tl.yBostbck was -'here this; 'week.in  con ncction.wi tli the /larger 1 umber'deal^  ;iu:;progrcss.y. 'x ":y.x'y--' ;x X-:' '''XX.i^n���������"-..-  .'-," jNlr. and Mrs; Jx. McMahon,.- mo^d,  into.theirji'ew.house onxFirst 'Street  on''Tuesday'xy.vyy :'>x,.ypyAp:Xi:'-x/ [/AX  ���������yGco*,;;LaforiueyVarrived.yfrdnix the'  BendWednesday andyreturnsT. tb;put;'  in'thcvwiivter.,-;,; .;:;.;;:yv; y;.;';.������������������       y,;,...  ,y'jNrrs.'l.au(leri;pKGdldfie]dsy;and;Mrs.  Ahilersoii, ;of ;BeatQn, were visitors .to'  theycityvtliis week;X ;; !:   ''���������X\:iyX-pp/  K Hv Z.yBrock,:imaiVageiyof tlie';^orth-v  M-est,vDe\elopnient'Gonipahy;' returned:  fr6'niyNe.s6n;.'Mo!Hla\v'\yvvyx  .;'.'''Miss'.y;S,iii.it.'h,;,7'-;'lhd.>  liiisti'essypfJtlie^city'scliopls, ".has'been;  ..dfi'.duty;owing to illnesss:. y;/ y;\y   ''"'-/, ipp  :A AyjRenwickybf tlicvNelson y'News;  ollice. .'Nelson.; has ; been "appointed  goyeriuiipntiageUtyat-Neispn./XB1,,"/;,;  ;;. jlorr^Peftipiec'c clinic - iit;'fi-oni the  CQiiStvMondayvaiid ;iiitenilsv;]eayiiig;v-for:  San::.FranciscP';for -' t-11 o,: \y' i i i_t 0 r /��������� V''..' L' .':'��������� xx;  ,.. l^ev. Mr. Iverby, who recen tlyvisii-ccl  ltfevclstokc,viriijy.;tak-c' charge; of .Wesley"  Metliodist'c'hureli^^Vahpotiver.y;   .' ','.���������"������������������'  :; j.vA.briilnvihsoh and F. B. Wells are  .oil a trip,,'to(;Trout Lake City,,in;.con-/  nection withtowiisiteniatters;'        ,   ���������  . - itr. and^'^rrsx; Forbes: will give a  party : on,' Tinsday,: evening at; the  resilience.iyflMrs. Bolton,oil McKehz'ici  Avenue'. v;:'- :���������'��������� .   ..'.-.'"'xx" :-X'.A'/fi ���������;'.:';  .a.        printing.       ���������;;>  rnlTE. KOOTENAY MAIL JOB  X Printing Dc]iai'tment is equipped  with the; la test "rind best machinery,  aiid a large assortment offashionah'le  type; faces. vAVe solicit orders for all  kinds bff printing���������no job ; being too  large and nonev too sura 11. Careful tit-  Icrntioiils given all work,'ari'd'sutisfac-  tion' gimi-anteed. A A.trial rorder' will  convince yciii that jt pays to have your  printing -done at thev Kootenay xiMail  ofticey.Rm-elstoke.'.'���������������������������  ifiyy ':.,      .������������������-���������'���������" '. "v:;  "CKRTinGATIi: OF IJU'ROVJaiKNTS;,;  /^;:-:;/;-^'V'/;';:x'N0T!GE.:.'':  Alice, Alma and Mother -Lode Minenil Claims,  sitirate in the Lardeau ��������� Mininj,' .Division  of  AVest ICoolcirny District. =  Where located.- On the divide between Lexington and I'ool crocks.,   ��������� '''.. '.,��������������������������� '      ;.  'TAKE NOTICE thnt "I, ''Win. K. Devereux,  noting-as-riijciifc for.,W.,]-f.',lackson, l''rec Jli-  ner's  CIcrtiilcatc   Xo. -XH5G9K1,    intend,,  sixty  days  from  the  date  hereof,  to--apply t.o the  AliniiiK Recorder for a Cei-tilicatc'of Inrjirovc-  inenls for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grunt of the above claim. .; . ,  .And further lake notice  that action, under  section 37, iinint be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.-'..  Dated this 18th day'of October,1902, ,  , ; AVM. E. DEVEUEUX, P. L, S. ,:  RES  E. AV. B. Page������ Prop, y  Prompt deli very; of ��������� parcels, baggage,  etc., to any, part of the City. ���������,"���������"������.:      X  -a Any Kind of; Tj'ansWng '  AX^  / All di-ders leftyat:K.M. Smytlie's  Tobacco Store, oi-.by.Telephone,' No.Xc  will receive prompt; atteulioiil .','_,-  GRAZING REGULATIONS; ;'  Fo?'Manitoba,-- the;��������� Northwest;;;;Terri-  ; ��������� tories and; the /Railway-Belt in x  <v       .British Columbia.,'-.;;  '&  .'���������"MX-  ;#'  JWfifi  ��������� v������ .-���������  Leasesforgraziiigpiirpos.es are issued forTa  ���������torm  of tiventy-one years, nnd the rental is tit  the rate of two cents an acre per annum, payable half-yearly in advance. X :     .fififi':.:  ..Druids';included in, a grazing lease'may be  withdrawn for homestead entry, salo or railway purposes, but no rental is charged on such  lands from' the date'upou which they are withdrawn from the lease, x        '��������� fifi:":.:.-'     '-.  - -.:A',lcsscc'of grazing lands is not. cnlillcd'to tho  hay thereon, hut he may, upon application, to  the agent of Doniinion J^iinds, obtajn each year,,,  the il.i-fit; permit to cut. On  his leasehold what-',',  ever (juantity of. hay lie may require for his  own use. free of dues, the department reserving 7.'  the right to issue permits to other applicants.  .Applications' for.; grazing leases should bo  made to the Secretary, Department of the Interior, Ottawa:   "  :;;- ,,��������� -;.xX-'��������� a A-'���������' p-������-KEYEs,;yy.*y;  .'!'���������' Secretary, Department of the Interior, X  Home Gpo wny Vegetables 7  CABBAGE, carrots, xxyy'^.'y.y^vx  X X//fi v'POTATOKW,'TURNIPS; etc  CEItTIFiqATK Olx IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  ySaiiitai-^xPlijmbing, Hot;  Water & Steam Heating;  ���������Street, Revelstoke  Harvey Mineral Claim, situate in the Dar-  deau Jlining Division of .West Kootenay District, x ;-.;... .w:vv-'.x 'fififiy :...,;���������,:: :���������-:���������}������������������,:-,���������      - 'fi  Where locatedr On Pool creek, about:two  miles from mouth.   - '"���������'-, ., -  Take notice chat I. AVrn.-:K. Devcrcux, acting  as agent for.Charles Harvey, Free 'Miner's Certificate No.Jl 07^(12. intend, sixty days from lhe  datohei-eof, to apply to; the Mining Recorder  for a Certi llcatc of'linprovemeiits.foi- the pur-  liose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above,  claim. ' --VV-.V- ,,;���������,,-;���������- 'fi-fifi-A'::'���������;������������������:-���������������������������'���������;-��������� :������������������:/���������'���������: ,-,���������' ���������.������������������-.;'--'-  >.��������� And further take notice that:, action, under.  Section .'17, niust bo commenced before the issu-.  anco of -such.Certificate.of Improvement!-.'. X  -   Dated this 2-1 th dnv of .Julv, 11102.       -:���������: ":<������������������������������������ -''-"  ^'���������;.-.',.-;;:r'-x.,,,'.-���������.���������^v���������:lI,������������������,E.'D,E^'KUElJXvl,. u-'s'y--  , v MERCHANTS^; ;-  : y YVo ca ii. sti p j)l y y 6 u w it li a ��������� li rs t cl ass  loose loaf ledger system wliicbis butter  than.;��������� ���������'Lliqse.j.you send east/for and is  onIy.;t third of:the i3i-ice;y Patronize  honk;, industry and-send us '.yoiiroidi'i-,**,  fn'i'.. loose'; leaf ledgersxand requisites  1 hereto iv:.:.- ;:,'-.;v;i^'. '��������� XXX. XL 'fifi/i  :,Sam pics riiid pV-icesim ripiilieatiiin. "-.  ��������� yy-v TIIJ!]: KOOTENAY MAIL,;^  ������������������:'��������� ;::","fi.":fiX"Xfifi':',:fi-<fi ������������������, "7 '7   Revelstoke'  Send ypuryDaiig'Iitisr toy ���������;  Pitman's yBuMftess ;G6liegei!  ^iLiist.vveekvtliQpp; P; R,;yC().y-engag(!d  anothei- gi-ridiiafea't;"$-15-'jVei.v-'iii'iinth-,; to  cpin'nience. '���������' X'A:' '���������' '��������� XiXXxAP' ���������:��������� A A:  y,;.This;.week.yi-eity:,,l)ari-isteiveng;iged  a no t h e r g i -ad iia t e7i t; Jji-1.0: p e i-'! r i )ion t h. / P/  "Biisiri^ss-tnirght'hy.busiiicss rnohy ; '  y'y^-ypi-ineiimTy^  Win"-' Ghuno-'s; newly im-  ; ported x stocky pf; Chinese;:  y and Japan'es'e'g-bocls. ;;;;yx  , Th^ybestitssortmentx^  y landed; iiiyvReyelstoke;' of  ;7Lteerulxvyandyy;:orhameiital;'  -'articles:' ;x  - ������������������'���������'fi.yA/j-'- ���������".���������//-:���������:���������'��������������������������� 7  v. Tea services:: ,'  ; Plates v;;..:vft;.:'v  :Daskel.s -'X'X,.-.  , Cane Chairs :::''-  ITandkcrchiefs'  '-,   Ir'lowcr Pots =  Dmbrc-U.-iStruids.  -  Lunch'.Baskets."  SiiiokingMackels;  v.; '.    Sill; Goods.:'  Jphn;ITouston M, .;P.   P.. : deserves ^  ;great creditfor the -thorough yihanrierj  in^ivhieh lie is Uxiking' afterv tiie ��������� in  ter'ests of Eire'y,al!ev. -/-7v,-\x  WiurBS}  A^AXubRGYAfi ;to 'tlie';:K6;OTE-  ���������NAX-'vSIAIL/a'iiiLV  A'i'hicii Xp" offer:;'{is -''a ���������premiura/'to;-  get'he'r, with.the Weekl}'. Free1. Press  for ayear oiireceipt-of $2,75.; \A cl-  ...dresi5'Xv''';;'::;-:-:,7;x-;,7;'-';-'���������. '-v'x-7,--v .77;  Firicst stock of candies aiid fruit i'n t6wii;v'.y  7        7   7   F r 6 n t Street,, R e ve I stoke .'���������  ; PIRBWOOD.  - - V^: Also' first quali'ly of vwell eii'rwi  TIMOTHY  Don't fail to giveino a chance to fill yoiirorder. Is,  lean supply you with; farm, produce of r, belter * -.7 ..;;:.  quality nt' lower, prices than you can procure'.1' ,. X:���������������������������'.'���������'���������<���������������������������  frc '-- ; ��������� ��������� ���������  oni anyone else.  S. D. CItOWDE,  ' 7vX Ilcyelstoka  Mining & ^egal Purposes;  ;yy:7 TrMsfersx<^^  ���������yjx; ofyAttorneyyStatutory;DecxS;  ;;larationsi;'Proxiesi: etc^'cah;-;';  v be ������������������' o b't'a i n eel ^a t; t lieiXX- x;  RBADBRr  -x ''Hon. ,W.;C;.Ayells was to; meet tlie  : Federal Cabihetto-dayat ^Ottawa and'  discuss the.giving of.a subsidy -to' the'  XewyWestininsterbridgex  ';    ;;.; 7' "��������� ���������'���������  Mr. Gailiher;M, P.,   has . intimated  -to the local liberal cdmlhittce that, he  leaves it. to theni-tosay where the "site  '���������for.the ..new post-cilice building shall  ybe.;.���������' - ���������'���������: ���������'������������������..��������� yx/7'':',. .7...  " v;:; .���������.'��������������������������� ���������''���������'���������.-,  '' ,.TIie: States.electidhs have roKu'lteii  ������������������; in '���������' victory for. tlie Republicans by : :22  'majority. 'Democrats, gained; four  : seats, in New York'and two in ,.Marv-  '  lrtncl.     ^    'A Ai'.y'i:i." '-" ���������'- A'  7-T!ie Swiss guides, <wlio   have,, been  employed, at-Glacier -and- Field,v will;  .return in the spring with their families-  ,:to settle permanently-.in   the'  mountains. ��������� ���������*- -      ���������'���������' ; ���������:..;.  The KooTKN-.w Mah. will be glad'to  receive subscriptions for a fund   in aid  of tlie ividowand children of   thelate  xl'. Moran.,   Contributions will be duly'  , acknowledged through our coliuiiiis.  \Y. McK'enzie and I). I). .Mann, accompanied by their solicitor ,.f. X.  Greeiishields; are on .their way to  Victoria to arrange with the government for modification of the Canadian  Northern charter. ,-  Mrs,   Holder, of Salmon  A nn,   was  arrested   in   the City'.Monday. oiv~irn  information    laid   by   her,  ' husband  charging her with an   alleged attempt  ' on his life last winter.    She,was taken  . west by Constable Upper same even irig.  11. 2S". Kich'will,hold a .saloon Nov.  29th of the Imperinl Farm, at Dr-lt.-i,,  and Ladrier town lots. ; This is a rare  opportunity to secure some qf the best  farming land in the. province as the  property will be ofi'crc'd in lots.to suit  purchasers.  : .. .At (hr. County Ci'iilrt fit Trout Lnke  on Tuesday week, before Judge Forin,  two cases-were heard : Davis v Mountain Lion Co.. and .McKinley v Cordon  aiid Slinger.,' - The first case-was based  on an arrangement.with (Jrijit. Davey  btit the court held he Iind no authority  I'he nieeting.ot tlie Epwc.-th League  h ^ioiuliiy iii.nj.it-was.devoted to:,eoii-.  \yhiitever, Js   worth   aUvci'iisihgisJseeration.vXNn^s Sniitlv.ywho was doSVn-i  .worth, ad vertisingv: wt'lh;  7 The); best | for a paper,'W^s luiabieto'-ritteiKlx^yy'[  niediiirn   :in   which   to place, vditr, ad-l   ���������' 7  '������������������-������������������'���������'��������� '������������������ ���������.;���������'.���������': x''., ���������������������������; ���������'.-������������������."���������"   "-���������'���������������������������������������������-��������� -i  vertisin? is the Iv(.)(riK.N.v\ aIaii..- . , -;   r lt'     .,.-..^   -.....j-c  AlAAAOVB/BajKA'  lYO.U'.shouklXftpjfyH: it;  .The; :.W'. A bra ha nisoh ': Addition.  -���������������������������iOhey.way--to.a(v;thnb-'is.-.tb,:pati,oni'/.e  A,..';".���������;.;   .:.   : -,.;,   i the fii-ius,whose advertiseinentsrippear  \viiiijipeg T'.r.ec tin this", paper. , In. ordering '��������� men tion  Axe^'o? QcXlroihX&SZ, reports YY/ iX. 1 the ICootenayMah:.  ;.GanihefvDr<isj:iitvNI;:P..:for,Y:i!e-G;a.riS!>p  ���������of t-J;e"*--120 yds.--'hurdle race.  John Tfoiis,i:o'iv;M.yj>.- 'T:.': ;-vill yni;0-  bhbly ;bfe a esridida'to,;Jdr- 'tl'iej.new  constituency of Ymir at xnXtelection;  cotistiiueney 'John rftpre-;  cent's,can depend on being';wd' looked'  after;.,;.; ���������',i'-, ���������-'���������'.'      '    ' '���������;;' 7;,,;.' .''���������'  >po,. I -ZZZ  xft  ;Trovit Lake:strinds '.ready. ,to.Jil'icr every | as w in'n  ���������ind'uc'eiiient to those wlio wish .to pur-*;,  chase. lo,ts'for: 'private or business pur-"'  poses.x:-xv xv -7 ''',;';" ''.;.' "A:":'..://   /:/'.  _( Wing Chnhg;XFront/ Street.^ draws f^yh;j'"������'*7'^r  attention to liis hewiy in'ipoi-.ted 'AoA '  of-Chihese-aiid Jiipiinqse gocKiS,-; fancy ,i  ware, basket's, flower pots a nd umbrella  stands, jcaiHifte and' fruits. ���������'���������' -.7.   i'" X : hx'J^^x-,G:.;'.A7 Ti-ocunierx:is. a, niost,      v   , .,    ,_,.,. ..   ..'.. .jsucfessiiilcultivatoi- 'of indoorpianti. ^persons; remitting 90c ;tO ,tne  y^'l-JJie chrysaniliiiiiiiiin is'a fayoriti;'-aiid.'! oiTlCf- of "L-hp '"' '��������� '",    XX ��������� "���������'���������.'y-'-'' ,  of   tjiy-vd: '.'he;'.-, has' 'JOvi^ahis" in'' [ifit. J...     .���������,.;'::.7/���������:'.. "';. ������������������" ; \;'   ' -.'  '.*. '���������.'.-.���������''  7-,  ;- X. TheKooteiiay Mail;vand;the  j 'J/oront������' Weekly Globe will be.  I sent '-for, thes'bataitce of: J 902 to  5evera;i.  loom,  re-' iiii  fiVl'V.C  o-riiiig-ii-iiceiv into i  Cold;weatlrer  coming  on   now  ���������want 'sonietliins'r  for chapped,,, hand:  and faces.   ,;Get... the. Eluofilower- and  Witch Hazel Crc-anv at  Canada;  .Drug j y,  itJ3ookCo.;    Jt   is  the '.vt-rv-.bcut- and I   "        ���������.-'���������'";;. '.'"'���������'''   x ' -   ' !  not stickv.' x ������������������ ���������/;/���������'  '. ���������    '���������'��������������������������� XA  A-X- VmUihei; M/V,, spent \V'e,drie.s- |  ���������fifi':.  X'���������      -  -.'    , ���������'��������� ���������������������������iclrrv ill:'t]iiicitV lill'd.weilt '.on-. i'O' ".Visit 1  ��������������������������� lt.;C. iraser/ot Salmon ^rnhvirersy,.;.,,!,,.,,,, Arnr'aud' ''()Uicr-;'.i'.oi'nt.s.o.f''*.'is'!:  for .'sale .-through our fidwt-Using ; consvitueiicv.' ', I To considers -there is !  columns three acres Ol land ; adjoining j,,;., [ni0l yn \he'n;port (-irciiiai.^ -   that !  '    the .f.iiiirier   govtriiirierit   will   ask..' n j  uissoliition,of   .the  house .-willi.a view';  In the Delta Municipality arid Lots; in the Vil-  ���������7;':'��������� '.'.,V ...-  :'V'latjc otl-Jjayiier. X    ; ,. -;.;,  Mr. I-t. K. Rich 7vill.soli by. Auction at, tlie  Town Hall, I.adner. on Saturday 2!)thnNovein-  ber, .1902,,at.two o'clock, p.; m��������� ;     ".'���������:. .yy':'-  850 AcresDeltayLandsx  now knowii as the "Imiieriiil l-'arin," situate in  Township ;"-, A\'eSt.ii.iiister,;Di&ti-ict. Six 'lots  with residence in'tlic-;. , "  '.-';;.    :: '���������',,: (V'-';-i'".  -xA- ;���������; yy 'Town'-of Lachier ;'  and an. isliiiidvin the J'raser ,'Kiver, close; to  Dadner, knowii as Lo,!', loi.7  THE ABOVKFAUM LANDS will he AAi\ iiv  ,:lot'.s to: suit IhoscXdesii-ing.v'larg-e  or small  holdings and will be sold ,011. the following  , terms if desired: - 2(1 por. cent casliiind balance,  on mortgage at five per cent per annum wilh  7live per cent of principal payable annually. X  TDEi5R -'LANDS','';ARE XDRATNICD7, ;AND  FENCED, iii a good slate of eultivatioir and  havc;sibiin'dant supply of; good water,-and to  partiesrcQUiring vxXvv: ������������������/./ ;v   .-'".vv vv. .:-.;-������������������  Grain, Dairy or Stocky Farms,  ��������� present.van., opportunity, rarely' to hoiniet  'with to.acquire lir'st-class properties on such  favorable terms, arid nre; oH'crcd  for- sale to  ������������������"close-up.the' esliite of the late Mr. Thomas  AfcNeely."���������-'������������������':    ���������������������������'���������;������������������'.���������������������������     ���������-'���������.: -    ������������������ fi-'ifi  VJJIA-,:. I'AirnCULA 118   and  plans "may. be  obtained froin the auclioncer, LailnciYlJ.C...  ,vy ;;;Yourv Scale; of AVagesea 11 lie'raisedv  ;y to. liighLM^Nptes���������BivNKvJ^Q  A/AyJheplnttr  ;;ly;^y::Cprrespideri  yy;;;y:yy';,;;;y,x;y;scuA^TONypi&  yvCiihyti'aiiVjj-tiuyinxyoiirvs'pa  Xvniail.to inci^a^e;;y.our;valne:t(). youi'selfx  7 hyxincrervsihg ;;y(Hii7;viil[ie7:tcivotbei-s.7  yyWeoll'ei- Jiistriictiphdn v;the;J'(ii|o\vingy  ���������;������siil>jet-������s'v^^  X Oiyiiy Sanitarj^,rind : i\[iniiig'liliigint'ei:-y  :;;ing;y Shop"anil:: Fmi n ci ry f I^iiict icn j-iNI c^-'v  vchanieal piuwnrgyA'rc^h'itectiii'^  ;;teet 11 rat Drawihgi PiiiiliIiing71:1 eating,  xluKl'J'y.^  Tele|)hoiijy,Teh'gi-aphyy;plieihistry, Oi-hanVe^  ing;7j3qokl<:eein'ngyystehogriipli>Vr:yE  Frenelii'-Gei'iiiiiiyrt ud'.Span i|djv(wit|iLphpi  v-vlOpei'iceiiLdiscoiuit^illowed to tliosejsendiiig -iiiytiiis advertiseinenty'y- XAX'  y'vx yAddi-ess "fxy'-yy^x' \\^;;ii.;Mcp  yfiAAA'Jx:fiA.fi^  &x  ���������CONTRACTS OF\ANY A  MAGNITUDE A EXECUTED/  ���������:������������������ I  I  ���������UW!.l*IHI������������.MJ.Ii*lUJ*������UWIW>M������.������^.������MCTI������>*l  Complete Installations Ou^ Specialty  feines^ Class of M^  s  VICTGRIAand VANCOUVER;  the Salmon Atm-station.   'A.s .Sa.'nion j |'],r.  Ami is a point.- that   is   bound ,-t,o"u'oi  ��������� ;���������-������������������; KOOTErlAY MAIL,;  '  ���������"/.// ��������� ;,'y; ; y- jiEVELSTOKi^y:  Do You -Want yta Brlgiiien yand  ; y y Aflarn Yo'iir TOmes  ahead this'shouli! prove a.go.od. in.vi  ineiitx  ���������:t-  Tj.'iic' K'ootk.vav , ."hait;and \\'i:i-:ici.v  (tr.oni; will Ijc supplied to: the i-lcid of  ItiOlj. |',U. Jjiii.rie^.i'iK'js.iV'-'p'ai.i-r.s beirii:  Stipjilied fr(-e feu-the balance uf l'.KI2.  Tho preiliiiiiii includes port rai,s, of all  .Ontario , goven.ors. ��������� liornil'to ICocit-  i;s.\y .Mail ollice; , '    .  lo an-election...  .', J^Jr.'   I.c-ai-iiioni.  'art'  ot.;. (.'nv'l'i'ij  ���������> hardware''  We.,!m7da;  lie iVris sliOwri  11'.-nrri  liil'ni 7  in -ih'  ' I >y \V  You. ph>', xTbert get tiift 22 pic-  l.ii A Ry l.iiev,-oi-|i'.lVv famous tirtist.s  ���������whic)';- \vii{ be Keni: vou, 'togctlicr  wilh'lh,;  Ki'iOJ'JvXAY MAIL'  ana  W'w-klv   Free J're^s for  a.vear  on  ���������vannoiU-, tne  Alon'tiV-iiJ,  'sjie  i-'ity-, ov*'T-.v,-)iic  -\l. l.awreiH-e.  as niucb J in pre  'ISn?w^'eipi-dlliif nieai,!UViti;; KOOTENAY. MAIL, /REVELSTOKE.  Me   ex preyed h'i'iii-irarvrcceipt-o! ?2../.o. ���������*" vVfldn:'!;  yed.-wil.il the evidence.-*' '. , -  ,     , '; _.������_/'._.y  " ,'vei-  wri.-f.eypecinily |>lc-.Vs(.'d   wi  J. 'I.ii'invliton.opeiicd'.l.li.e liar 01" tiiej the hospr^ab which   he  confide,vd'an';!  .newl/uiotr liotel.oil ' Tue.sdr'iv.'-     'riiej.;"������titwtion rellcct.i'ng   great .'credit oA  ,/ittii'itjs are. .what i.s known ��������� a.-i thi  -���������'SkeletonMxb,-u-,,-ind were obtained  frbnV Hea(,tle., The lavatory aiT.alicnx  f ii. IivAV'/'jM "  the.citv.  A party w-.ih given  of Mr..and   .Mry.:  it- the r^AAndi:  IT. .Dunne, on  nients were 1n.1t. 11. byW.M. Lawrence j Wedm-i-da v���������ovi'--ri,nv/..at wh'id'i a iar-"-  and reflect great credit i..n the -.yorJ*.---j' r;-lM11lK-.r..0f f-.hcjr ��������� iriends ���������.-������������������pi'-.iit.a verv  niaiishrp 01 K. Iiiirrifl������c, . .Wr.* r*;:m<;I)* J-pi^Ha.^f..c-vonin������������ Cards and dancing  ton expect; to have the. .hole! "P""J j u-ere tho features of the i-vonin-j-.v After  to,tl.ro public'by- St.. Andrew's nigh!  I Kdoiefhy Mail Premium.     V  Corporation M tlie City of Revels  -ApXA'xxx*. stoke. xAA-AA-:  '���������      Water and Light Deparlrneht.    '���������'  ��������� ry^x^m^'^  Accounts for the October  service are now due and  payable at the City Clerk's  Office, ,     .���������'. Afi-xJ  It is requested that payments be made by the 20th  inst. .        ' -' 'v" ���������."���������'-;.;���������'���������7:"7'/.xy  ; H. FLOYD, Collector.  Nov. 5, 1902.  ;THEyBESTyTAEllING;M  It talks 17 Singsy Coiiiic, Sacred and Sentimental Songs. Plays like n  full JJand or "Orchestra. You cairuiirlerstaiid everywords it 'speaks,'; It is  thj;.greatest entertainer(cver inade.; It uses-the Hard Flat Disc Records  'which lastfor years.:   :   ."'���������-,'.7; ..;,;.'..  . .   ;7 :.i,,.  ,7 . >:-:X--iXA,  The Grain-b-phoiie isinade-in t\ihadii., A five years written guarantee \vilh each inaclii'ne. ',Write for Catalogues���������free. ���������'������������������"������������������ ' ';       '���������'   ,:,  ,.  '     PRICES   $1^50   AND UP.      .\.Ay**A'Ay_  Sold on Easy- Monthliy- Payments, if clesired.  w  t  gave j  r.B.j'  within i  three of the.niun'bcr: . The first, prize !  ivaH a, pretty \r,i\n:r knife'        Ivlis-i   W. i-  In ne. hiroii \vaa..r������crvc!i.l,   eae.ii  tfircHt  a. p,ui:,rfs of iiow Jiiany ,**:eed>; ������������������\i}rn  WY-cklv  ,''-'-'1-   frizes were aivarded,    Mi:,  iker   liuide   a   eood   irne  Tho   .Family   Ueraldi  aii;  Star,, of   Montrca.'l,   have  bc-^un   the  distribution   of' thoir,     new   iiietiue:-;  "Alone".-and 'tl'iiril.y."    A fewX;ivX,  have   been . received   in  Lli i.s   .Valitv ' Daniels won tho booby jir.izi  and    ti'lo.so   wlio have' been   fiii-iiunite'i  ciio.u^h to get.Lheni   jironotinee-  ili'in I  the best they have seen.    The   Fainilv'  Jfernld   has also much improved   during the, past year arid the combination  of   the two pictures and   thai, best   of  all   family , papers is ccr-.triinly   n    bi.v  dollars worth.,    .  THE MOKUD ON; FIRE  Awful Tragedy of Martinique ,  and St. Vincent Volcanoes of  ��������� tho World.X. A   "���������'.   '.    ��������� , - '  The Kootenay Mail y  ���������'.;' '���������"��������� / /        , -\M*> ���������" ".''*.     ' '���������'.  Family Jionild and Weekly Star  . , r^ANUFACTURnD BV*. . .; ���������;. '���������.'���������.��������� ������������������ ���������'" ���������.."'  E. BERLfNER; 2315-2310'St/Catheritie St, Montreal.  E.M-/iHVEL EZ.OUT, General Manager for Canada. ''  ./..  Canada Book and Drug Co-  Agents for Revelstoke.;  w  ft.  if.;  I ���������'  i!  ��������� V  will'lie sent.to new  subscribers for  $2.5Q  i'KK  ANNUM.  Best Screened, Goal; $7.������0  per ton.  LEWIS BROS, x  , The, .fil/ivo liaru'lBoino [ircirriuni  hook, will lio.-j-dvcm to Hiihsoril^orH  roiniLlin^ l.lroir rtrroftra find 50 cents  additional1, or lo now .suj'Scrilio'rs  rcniilJ.ino; $2.of).     Address   ,  K0QTENAY MAIL,  REVELSTOKE  Whir the .Star is given the twobcau-  tiful iiiet.iirca  "���������'���������' I'i.'kitv," by Anion Astii  '7AI.ONK," by. Frank .Sternberg..  ���������'wicli 22x28 inches.]/  Address:    . . "   -"    ;   . " " 7       :  .'.-.���������      ���������"-.���������'    KOOTFNAY MAIL, :  , Kevelstoke,  I bad been troubled with my stomach for the'past sixteen or seventeen years, '.  and, as I have been acting.-is'a drug clerk for the past thirteen years, I have had  a good chance .to try all remedies in the niarket, but neverfound an v thing. rrnr  IiiI we. got in' i'i supply of lUprins Tabules, that did uie any good.. They have  entirely' cui-eil nre. At times I could hold nothing on nry stomach, and I. had a  sour stomach inost all the time; in fact, I was iniserable, and life was hardly '  worth living, 1 was . called cross ' und crabbed, by iny friends, but now flrey  all notice th(> ch/inge. in tiie.    '  T  ���������fi  AT   DRUaGISTS.:  The five-cent packet is  enotig-h yfor ail ordinary occasion  Tlie. family' bottle/ sixty cents, contains!a supply for a year.  V  k  f  i

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