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 READ   BY   3000   PEO  i    ,        i  Vol. 8.-N0. 31  REVELSTOKE. 13. C., XO\rEMJ3EH. 8, 1901.  $2.00 Per Year.  U  N  nion made goods arc our .specialty.'  C'.v and fair price is our system,  [1H0 our store then pop and see  Overalls, jumpers, ALMOST FREE  {SJever forget il' you missed em.  lVlan,v a jnan '1'ul11 a freight caboose, ,  And "after the dust from the engine,  cures a good suit or a fine pair of shoes,  ven hundreds of things we can't mentioii.  its Agricultural, Mining,  and Lumbering  sources.  (By ������ A. HAGGEN, M. E)  [coNTINI'JCDi]  Goods that are "UNION MADE liavuwc,  0ftcni we've seen you'speeding  ���������  Out of the railroad yards to conic   ���������  O'.yn to" our store lo purchase some,  lamped wilh the Union reading.  S  /alwavs carrV the best stock of   '  Ladies' Dress Goods, Men's Furnishings, -   ���������  Boots and, Shoes, House Furnishings^  i bounts.  it's time now for you to be looking out'- for winters warm  th:rcrs.    These cool days'bf fall will be bad for health.  ��������� ' i <  Stocking Time,  We have abundance of quality here'and a variety'of prices  ���������   .which uill enable any woman  (0 buy just what the wants in  the way of hosiery;  Ladies' Black Cashmere  Hose full-fashioned, warranted  fasta black, regular price 85c.  our price....' r., .25c  It is wise (o provide-comfortable thing? for cold weather,  and the prudent women will  have' there rca'dy.' Vou will  f!nd'in this store warm goods  lor warm clothe.0. Fur garments and till the ��������� novelties  which ���������Will'add tu the beauty  and protect the health through  thu rigor= uf winter,  Ladies''   Electric  i-'eal  Ctlp-  oriiic with  high stofin collar  ���������and   bug   freiiU   Kneel   with  Heavy satin   '..���������..,. ,Si2  Caper.ne of Eiectric b'eiil  Alaska liable trimmings With  high storm collar, satin lining  rpecial '...'.,.,,,,. i r ������1.5  t-.'carf of .Electric trial shaped-  with eight tails,,special ��������� ������9  Keep Warm.  ciently to be taken oui. Lee was  ill the worst state, having been reduced to a condition of raving  lunacy. liis loyal companions  took him out to Robson on toboggans, but he never recovered and  died shortly after. This showed  r the fine stamp' of,these old-timers���������  men who would risk their own  lives for each other, who were loyal  to each other, and 'exhibited the.  noblest traits of humanity, even in  the'struggle for gold,  A i-'inis !*ri:('i.\i]-l.\';' '  . Much of the gold1 found in the  creeks of these . days was very  coarse and carried lumps of quartz.  For instance on French Creek, 1800  feet above the cubyon, at .-what was  know li as the ''' Ha IHireed camp "  a piece'bf quartz studded with gold  was picked Up. It was valued at  $850, It was on exhibition for a  considerable li tne in, the saloon of  Louis Lee and Steve .Ligarton, who  paid about $'100 for tlie prize. ,Tbe  piece of quartz was "two inches  long by an inch wide.  A' LOST MLVEi    ���������'.    "   ,  There is said to bo somewhere in  that'country a lost mine. 'Some  say it was on French Creek, otheiv  place Ground.Hog Basin as the  ideation, -while others' say 'it was-  on the -Seymour Pass. At all  events parties have - occasionally,  returned to look'for it. guided by  what purported to 'ne a sketch plan  made in the olden time as guide'to  the location. It is stated that 000  and about the l same number,' of ,. lbs of quartz was Fhipped from this  stores in French Creek City, besides \ lost mine, and that it gave a ' re-  refi-eshment rooms and butcher! lurn in goici 0f $10,000 per ton,  shops.     On   discovering   gold  on J at San .Francisco,    where   it was  i'litH'i' PlscoVKliY.  The'firsl discovery was made on  Carnes Creek ,by pruspectors' ivho  came in from Seymour Anil' of the  Shuswiip Lake, over, the old Seymour Pass trail.  On Sheii Bailey's bar, above the  Carnes Creek crossing, $1,500 was  taken out in two'days. One.bf the  leading spirits of tlicit time' was  Xels Dcmars, now of Xakusp,'and  he was in at the discoverv, taking  out$1500,  ...  ' From* Carlies Creek the pioneers  walidei-ed north, Denial's with his  partner L. Lee struck the first gold  un French Creek in Julv 1365, and'  took out' -tfOOO the first'day. That  Mould astonish the Klondikers.  Splendid returns were taken out  of the Creek' for two years after.  Tho passengers of that memorable  first trip of the. Forty, Is'iiie made  'their way to French; McCulbch  and Smiiii Creeks. '" ' '-  It is stated that 7000.people  were in the Bcnd;in 1805. 'ihe  most of the nun were on French  Creek; They founded a town, below  the Canyon, on French Creek and  called H French Creek City,  , OLD TlMi; INDUaTKine.  The city was not without its  local industries, the first of which  was a brewery built by , one  Hochslelter.. The next industry  tostartwasa sawmill, which was  operated -by one Mainmctta of  L.vttbn.  Ihere wqvg seven or eight saloons  Now its tituc for Blankets,  and we are ready for the cold,  Jf you are, not ready now its  time you were getting ready.  Here' we have fine comtort-  givilig Blankets, long enough  to tuck under yuur feet without  exposing your shoulders. You  get these Blankets at such  reasonable prices, just tit the  of   a   season when  oegini  life'  Blankets will play u b'g part  in the "Comforts of a Home."  White .   Blankets/ Ussoi'led  bUi'Uiirs, full/double bed sise,  on sale itt-.   &3 gO, $4, and $4 50 a pair  Chill".!= White Lamb Skin  Collar and Mutt with Gauntlet  .Mitts, sjccial ������3.75  Sole Agents for P. D. Oorsets.  M.vi Orders Receive Prompt Attention,  (To be continued.)  tt'KB/  French Creek   Demars, went South j treated,  for supplies aud reported the   discovery, leading  to'- the   placing oi  the Forty Nine on thcriver and the  inrur-h of prospectors.     Gold, was  subsequently found  on  McCulbch '' . '   and Smith Creeks. ,       i ���������., ',    .    , ,,,     .'    ,    _  There were, two discoveries on \ nnat fl. Lota; Merchant SayS.  Smith Creek. Olio was at the  mouth and Was made, by "Cotton-  wooer1 Smith and Jim May. The  other ,was made tell miles Up the  Creek bv   two men  named  "OLD CARIBOO.-  c  The Horsefly Strike.���������Letter Re*  ���������  ceived by J. Saumlersoth  A telegram from A-licrct'o tn llie  Province siiys : 'J'he ih-mv r-,iri!;e ul'  gold on Eureka neck in the lI'ii-M-lly  (listtii-l nf Ciiii'uiin still continues '"  iittrucl    genfinil    iilteni imi While  thcifi has been lhe tiMinl e.\'i���������f-r;it ion  conct ruing the lic'iinns?* of ihe claims  Uioiecan lie no (Imilil ������li.ilevcr thai  the pmpeily is PXHPinely rich, bit,  exfcrs thing  in   sight ii.is already been  BtilliKlI.  P.   if.   Fr.ise'i fi.ii'iiinii of the Miocene   Ui-iM'l    Minimi   company, who  1 wns one. of the firsl lo Mtake sriyn '  " I li,-i-.e j-i������t irturneil with three  others from lliu new Iiinl on buiel<;i  creek. This creek in very rieh Inn it  i-i nil fiUike'l now Tl.t'ie ������������������"i". no  tlonbt, niliPi"  go'iil   I'tceks, Inn   it i,-- ^e  Y'.pgCl  and L-ce, Active operations went  on in the Big Bchd till 1809 when  the news of a strike oil Perry  Creek, ill East KuotUiny- caused  the men to abandon the calnpi  ���������     OLD WORKINGS.  Tbe immemc amount - of work  done on Came?; Smith; McCulloch  and French Creeks is ample  evidence of the large number .of  men that must have been in lhe  Big Bend at that time. 'J hey did  their work well too���������as well as   it  Some Motes From Thos>  Taylor, MRP.  Lardeau and Selkirk being stopped  for winter on account of shortage  of men cannot be true, as he is - informed on good authority that the  contractors have a bigger force of  men at present than they have yet  had. ' Mr. Taylor considers it is  the intention of the railway company to comply with the terms  required by the extension of the  chartcu* which was granted at last  session of the legislature.  r. fmM~M.p.p.  His Views on fub/ic Works. ���������His  Attitude to the Government, ..  * t  With reference,to th-j completion'  of the Home Payne road to Galena  Bay'to give the settlers there , an  outlet to'the Lardeau' market, Mr.  Taylor says the settlers interested  have offered to construct the half  to three quarters-of a mile required  to opentheTroad over .the summit,  and ho ' will- use his utmost endeavor to have provision made for  that work in tho estimates of the  coming session.',, Mr. Tavlor points  out that these settlers liave been  very heavily handicapped so far by  having to lie tit the cost of sending  ���������their produce by boat .from Galena  Bay to Thomson's Landing, whence  they have also had ,thc freighting  charges lo pay to Trout.Lake and  Ferguson.  j'lali MVi-m mulxiiJ.  q  As regards the bridge,to connect  Thomson's Landing road with the  Comaplix road Mr. Taylor says  there .seems to be some misunderstanding, His idea was to "have a  bridge thrown over Fish River a  mile and a half above ��������� wherc.it  enters the lake, and although'the  Work was included iu the gram  passed it has been found' that the  road between- Thomson's' Landing  and Camborne has absorbed Sio,'-  200 of the ^5,600 voted'so thai  there is not sufficient^ funds for  doing the work now.' Mi-, Taylor  howeveT hopes to have full provision made for this bridge at the  coming session-of the legislature. .  TIIK I'OLim'.U. SITUATION.  Asked as to tlie political situation,  Mr. Taylor said ; I was elected as  an opponent   of   Joe   Martin and  should beiilled. Mr. Prentice i--  going to England.- Mr. Dunsimir  is much occupied, with bis businers'  affairs and the neglect to fill the. X  portfolios, with the proposed delay  in calling the session, means th: t  for the next, three or fuur montl s  the government of the province will  have to be carried oil by Messr.-i  Wells,and Eberts.  As to 'tlie future, 1 think my  friends,can trust me to take wha'������  ever course'will be in the,, best ir.������  terests of the' constituency and n v  action.-? as regards the .supporter  non-riipport of the government wili  depend to a very great extent -on  the relations iu which' I find Joe  Martin to stand to the governmeir,  as well as the legislation that may  be _ brought   down   at thceomiig  SCsSOll. ,  '  WE~N0BLE FIVE.  Why Jas. Dunsmuir js Fores/osing  His Mortgugo:  Some of.our contemporaries who  are opposed to the government arc  endeavoring lo make political capital out of the fact that Mr. Duns:  muir is foreclosing his mortgage-  on the mine.-- Because a citizen  takes a hand in politics surely that  is uo reason why heshould sacrifice  bis business interests, With a  view to laying before the public tl u  facts concerning The Noble Fi\o  we have been at- iconic trouble", to'  ascertain the position, which is tn  follows ;  Sometime  Mr.  ���������Dunsmuirc  refused to advance any- mo.e  money, but offered, and * did su;*  render 90,000 shares of his stock to  the Company'.' These "shares wc-.o'  sold for a nominal figure, and ��������� tl e  proceeds spent in developing thu ���������  "Xoble Five" property from the  N'o. (J tunnel of the "Last, Chance.'  The work done there proved' encouraging and it was represented'to  him   thai,   if   he   would advance  money to carry on ��������� the   work,   1 e  Mr. Grillillj, of tlie' firm of  Miisterson and Grifilth, of Trout  Lake, informs Us that 'things are  looking up in Unit recti oh. The  firm are working the Yam Hill  claim- which they o.vn, anil which  is situated at the mouth of Ab'ra-  hamson Creek. The Kathleen and  Lucky Boy are looking well.  At the American the ore is in5-  creasing as the work proceeds.  The Kufiled Grouse is packing  out ;i carload, of ore. <-  Mr. Grifiith says  properties   tire  could be done in the.-e days oj poor i bein*=r 0I)enwl UP which have hither-  appliances.     Their tunnels, drifts  and shafts still remain,,oftentimes  i to been absolutely.unknown. , ..The  transportation outlook is also good,  iclit'il on, regii'iling the repot ted strike  ,-it Jloix-lly. From 'llii.s letter llieie  iipppitrsli) be. no reason fur (he stum-  [iwlfi which llu; const pnpcr.s lime been  trying to crentp. The writer ..snys he  snw two nipii   from   the scene of   the ���������  ,ep..rled st.ikp, one of  whom told bin, i ^ ^]ma  u .- liunjnnila,.i.;11 gic,c jipany j*)t(,lul to go  ahead   with the  gsot   goi.i nupr.'aiul   a  gud Bt        is (old uf  those! building of tlie railway.  with ihe timbers  as sound as when  they were put in clO years ago.  rj.uti.v li.uu.sjiii's.  The  hard  life of those dtivs was  as Mr, Grifiith says the C. P. H.-  aro building a warehouse U0 feet  by GO feet, and lie contends that  the pui'cluu-u- of right-of-way from  John Abrahamsoli shows the  com-  Oi t ,vo   Iriixe  [juntiiiigs of   golrl liikprr  out nml llint, is iibsoliitelv,nil on which  1 he   u liter  nothing .ciin  state's  Unit  in   nny ci.-e  be done till spring.  ,   .,   ,       ,        .,        , , veiirs.     In   1-S05  two men named ���������    Mr. laylor, M, P.   P.,   considers  il is n lempteu to lirise the. exciteniHit,    * . . , .       .      .     i .,     T       ,"r   ,      ',.:_��������� .-^   ...������������������   ,i���������  ' ! \a^el and Lee were, working in the   'lie I rout Lake .-.cciion is now   tle-  veb]iing very satisfactorily. On  the Kathleen, in which lie is interested, ii win'.cr camp has been  i put in. This property is located  ,'on Trout Creek, oli whitt is believed  to be a true fissure, cutting a lime-  SAVE YOUR SH0WSH0E TAGS.  The most popular brand of Uli-'wipp  Tuliiicco in Umilulii to*(laJ- is "Pay Roll  lOvcry   plnp;   of   "Pay    Roll"   lieiirs   n  Columbia Kivcr at llie mouth of  what is known as Fifteen Mile  Creek. They claimed to be getting  A  cood   mnnv men  out in the fall of 1805  i-Ali) a day  were going  to Colville to escape lhe winter in  the  Bend  and they advised Yngel"'stone formation.    '1 he ore is of the  IIOW.^IllH.-'1    till?  fUllicull lo #e.b   in  there nnw Iiinl il is i Sil,   .-uul   Olh,  CiiHsimiers   .-honkl , and   Lee to go  with them, but the j higlpgrade-silvei-lcad variety,  r-uxe tlieMi t.iKt- us valiialile piescni> \ men did not cure to leave a good j characteristic of the Lardeau, and  ,-iiv pven for them. 'When you l.uy i'thing and refused to go with them. \ carries about 200 ozs. silver, They  "Pay Roil" Chewing Tobacco, a.-k your i When they started down the river arc working on a payslreakof eight  de.-iler I'or our new illu.su.-itf'd piviilimii in their boat they found the canyon inches of solid ore, and the bid  nimk'Kin'.' j blocked with ice, so they abandoned j can be traced for 400 feet.  ��������� *---���������-- i their boat and returned to camp, On the Senorita group, on   Can-  ftinq's Birthday Ho; Stiu ;   ' Their comrade? fell anxious over ! you Creek, in which Mr. Taylor is  ' their not coming out and returned   also interested, a, winter camp too  to search for them.  riu-������... p. ii. win  tii Iccts oil Nov.  Kiinply   madriem  J line  i  ui  trv it. bct'oie,ne.\t  n!   (o   lvturn up till [  Nov.llth, .it rate of fiire. and oiit'-thii'l |  "I fur- I'liiirnl I r-ip  ilon'i   lliiiik impossible for-those j =r^======^==  I't'oK-l SILlW   j  found   in  a   state,  The men were  of   starvation  ir������ being put in.     A tunliel is being  tisc   its   l.t-  going in now lo gel llu re l  falls, when it. will' lie. no  snows six'to p'ight. tViit tip, tli(|rc,  ./..Siuinrlei'soii   has receiveil a.letter  'few.-H'"fl'M "J C/'UilWMl]'K!Hl be  _    driven on an 8-inch chute of  solid  "'"' | They had   run out of supplies, and Lore, and the lead is four-feet-  wide.  r _._.. **-. | bad' sub'sistcd   by   chcwilig   their!   , At Troul'Lakc City  Mr.' Taylor  OflnncMTiZDn' u/AHTCn I buffalo robc.-<.     They Were reduced   says the.'A,, and   K.  railway   com  CARPtNTtBa WAriTtU. | l0   skeletons .when   Xels . Demurs  , .,.~~.        ���������     x .       j came on'them.   He remained with  W.-intoil linitiiiili:itel,v.c.-u-|ir.nicr.':'tovvorK on : .1 t     ���������  1    .s < n\   -,.. ���������. t].om ,.  lii'tlr.  irciio.-pitiii buiiiiiriK,"I'i'iyto tnom loui na^s. giAing mem t��������� Jiiuo  pany arc liuiklmg. their, warehouse,  and several private residences are  alr-.o going up. He, considers the  t  ^lioiit .t]je. ��������� -\vpj-J5   lXH^^'tl  would not follow him under any  consideration. [. consider that  as matters stand he dominates the  government! Having been elected  to oppose him I have no other  course to pursue. I was of course  elected on straight party lines, but  the party being'wilhout a leader I  gave my suppor11o',Mr, J)uhsm uir  because I fell that in following him  I was doing what was in the best  interest 'of my constituency, and  one that would give stable government to ihe province. I supported  Mr. Dunsmuir fairly consistently,  iind got very, good consideration  from him for my constituency.  lam' sure the majority of the  people will give me credit for the  efforts which I have put forth on  behalf of. tho electorate and will  recognize that I acted conscientiously. I dont consider any more  credit is due to Hon. Mr, Wells  thiiiianv other member of .the  Cabinet. ' f;o far as opening the  Big Bend is concerned I got a vole  of<il^,000 for the road during the  session of 11*00, but as it was too  late in the' reason there wa.-  practically nothing done, and I got  another vote for (ho work lasi  session, 1 also endeavored to get  a subsidy of-ToOOO for the steamboat, and succeeded in  $���������2,500.  As to the existing situation,  whatever the government may  say iis to their not being influenced by Joe Martin, action-  speak louder than wurdsi We Into  tho appointment of J. C, Brown,  and it was not the fault of the  government that -be. did not hold  the portfolio, We all know thai  Joo Martin is continually al (hi  elbow of the government. ��������� J. think  the house should be called togetbet  .-is soon as possible and put an end  lo the existing unsettled state oi  affair?. Mr. Dunsmuir promised  us that his friends should, be, called  together to. consider the appointment of a successor to Mr. Turnei  ;l)ut he failed to do so and selectee  a minister from the opposite side o;  the house. ���������   .  Tim ������������������ .#ft vacant   fovtfttftf  would be paid from the proceeds if  the ore sold.  On this understanding he ac'������  voneed $'2500 in September, whit Ji  Mr. Macdonald, the. manager, said  he hoped to be,able to repay by ll e  end of the month,' During' tl e  interval the "Last Chance" peopb  made a claim that the ground thu  ���������'Xoble Five'-' was working belong  ed to them, and would not allow  the ore to be shipped, and instead  of the $2500 bein'g repaid to Mr.  Dunsmuir he, had to advance, on  October 7th, $4000.00 more and .tu  continue lo carry on development,  work would lake,considerable n.oic  money, which he did not feel' dh,<  posed to advance.' ' Iherc' is aho  llie dispute with the "Last Chance",  People wliich will,,no doubt- mean  a law suit before it is settled!  getting  Work on the Oyster, Criterion and  Camborne Groups.'  U'Vom Our Own i_"off2*������!i3nitmit.J  Home additional contract.-' are  being let on the North Western  company'.-3 properties, the Oyster  Criterion and Camborne groups.  J. C, Ernest and George Ritchie,  who built tho first cabin; for their  company on the Walrus are new  building nnoilu'i" camp on iho  Mciihi-niek Creek, whciv the big  iedu'e run.-: into tiie Fish Hi vt r  Hill".  Messrs. McCai'iliy and Aektjs  arc more than half tii rough their  -10ft contract on the lower end of  property.  It really is about time th.it Can;-  borne had a po.-t office. We aie  continually hearing thai i: i.--coming ami a twiee-.-i-weck mail M-rvito  along wilh it���������for tIs" pi'e.--ciu. A  Iv. ici-:i-week >"rvi<-'' may do in  winter, but in summer three timi;  is little euo".*gh.  ��������� ���������^j,.. ,.  .Great Luck of an Edita:  ' "For two ycu-J nil i-!ferl.-. lo cute ( c-  y.t'ina in lhe pnlms of my liiiri'dsfaili-tl/'  yrilesliditor II. X. L".-ti't- of'Svraeti-'e;  van".- t.lien t was wholly V cured hy  iiuekl.'ii's Arnica S.ilve.". Iu lA.  jt-oi h'r's hesl for ern'pl ion*, surcs .-ind ���������  .|U!a!i(]isea>e>.   G.-ily :������ c-l-s at Uai'jc  MnumiwuiiiiiMi  MIHalBflBMIiiliMMIMtU^^ THE KOQTILNAY. MAIL  C^h^ *f*\u "i^mfl nPl'llI ' lirouf:'^  UP  ;,,,)   im| ortant   matter i ])ull together, give fair attention.to '  " w L * wia.il   he  refeired   tu the neces.-it\ ! the   wants   of   tl.-e  citv as a whole ''  5.  1'Lu^i."jjij:ij i:;,'i:i:v i-'j.juav.  -Al -  r.SVSIiSXOKE. B.C.,  ubscrir)tio.-i   Priss,   $2.03   Per   Annum  of having the balcony of  the opera I aud attend to the  civic business iv j  house  altered.     As  it   stands, in I a  business-like wav.    Fewer meet- !  j-winler it causes a continual drip  ' on the middle of the footpath, and  ��������������������������� this freezes and becomes most dan-  ' gerous to pedestrians. There was  ciijifr-iitu.iiriiiMior-tu.-uiutkc.   - ��������� much complaint about this matter  ACCOUNTS for .inlj  jimitiiiK  or ri'lvci'ti.-iiiK    last winter, and it  should CCrtailllv  li.n.ililii un tin: Hm  nf every niniilli ;   -lib- ' '   .    ,  ���������.minion-ii.i}.iiik"-;.-n:u.v in iidv.iucL". be remedied.     \\ e are sure no one  cohukhi'ONPKXck inviicji on mi rn.-.ttevs,   A]Aie*     to   impose     unnecessary  i)Mii.;.il fir pnl'lii' inli.*ri*-l.    All riiiniiniiiii-a- I       , l    Mr.- T  ADVr-llt'l'lSING   UA'll'-S   quoted   on   ai-pli-  l.llUIII. ,  Jf'^ I'KIN'i'lNO of i'vit.v kind nt mo-t, reason  ing?, wilh there well-attended, and  the committee work up to date,  would soon - place the city in an  excellent position, both as regards  its finances and street improvements. ,  I'.nil. lo the  I'Mi'ui" hum, lie  '-ceuiiiii.-iiiii'd i hai'dshili    Oil    -. - ,       ...,.,,. ,,-���������  liy llir ii.iini' of lin* 'vi'ili'i-, nut niri-L**���������ru'il.v , ��������� * " lie)  ��������� fw X"'XA\-"<- ..'v.'i'.fX^; ���������������������������'.'.'. ,'vJ|^'),,:,x;.v'l-xnuisancC'Xofytbis:ykind  :-"i'"ni,'}ib'rtaiit thoroughfares 'of the' city.  but  -.-������������������ ,v .,.-,������������������-,:��������� -��������������������������� ������������������-���������>--.-���������        .- . - , ci   i .....*������..*-*-:. tit.  Hue., ivii.u eajinol lie  .-..-.-.���������',:.'.'vi fniiiivv U-on'e-iiiiinli-iiiM.' must n iieli't.lii;    ,;��������� ������������������������������������ ,-. >.,-.-..,���������-.-....-, ���������-.-. .--.-������������������. ���������  ;;-���������; ;.���������(.iiii:i"-i;y Tnwdii.vi'qviriiiiiK.-'.n'."--doi"-io iii"! "':������������������: :;Vll6wO(l-tO'^xist'oii'.ofie-:of-;the'-iiiost-  , ;'j'lui'ii in tlie -ill-nit i-i.-suu ot|.llio .Mail uiut.-  ���������:,.'".-;'���������'rw't-ijll; . v-.--;;.:v.-..'        :Api-pX-:-/    '  , - iy,/'��������� .;A'd,lrdsii:���������;.'.''.'���������',',,',' ��������� /-pr A'.:A A- fi."'''A ��������� ;.'���������,'.  :.':-;:. '' ���������'.- ''yyyTn)5-:-KooTicXAV^!y\lL,y':'x;.;::.  , ':XAyfiAAx������fiAA\.A<'-^  A- o.-'i!ox';(i.'!!������voisuiku.'i5i-iii;i.'!ii ���������./���������'./XX::i'.  .Telephone.Vo.iJO.. ' ';��������� ������������������:.;'.Xpyx-p ���������������������������'/,   "  yA: r-acjuaat our-numerous, PoadtaPB to  iavor> us v wltli their assistance In  ;     making' the. KOOTENAY -.MAIL the  rnisiXvalua'olo advertising- modi- ,... ..,  .,. ,.,.            -....,.������������������  yy um - in tho kootenays by g-ivinkj- mUauthorities -on ..ropresentationv  ;,x vth.3 pr3?orsnc3, when, making- pun- j ��������� a ft ,,.r A^(l .AAA: populit tioil 'il lbllC  ,.-: bh'asos,'.to   thoss lliws who aro    ������������������������������������    '",-,"-    X .'��������� :     :���������'"���������:. ���������-���������':; ." :,,'���������   -.:.' x aX',    .j should:not. constitute tr.e.-basis of  ��������� a j )'j -.o'ji.rs:; i iiv;-,ii'ii'.oi'lioi:.:-':.cciI'n ni ii';,:';il rti\vs  attention ',','to a ,;mons.trous'dvroposi-  yytiotl pittyforlh  11 y; y J oh ti.vll ovtston,  M. xL. :'A'.-, for  it yredislribiition of  . " -'   '    ''-."   ��������� ,-.''' -    - . '<\    ���������''..*'-:;���������,'''. '"������������������,.  legisHftivc,;''.';.. ropresentatioii.yyyThe  ��������� popular advertisSPS in tho KOOT-  ;enay maxjuV .''.A,.-"'axxA:  ]A/pX '.-���������'.?    CKI'V AUKX'M. '/A-;-    ���������������������������   '������������������pi/:-  ���������'xi'opi'a-i'.ofv'Ti'ii:"-MXiti-'liuVy^lig obtained fr-oiii  tlit- ioil'jvvlti.aoky (lyonr.-*: ':���������"���������;"���������/i:  yX-fi X.XXXAa..:\Yi. iii^K-rtv;:.;-; v-XX/A$s  yy: A-:-.'���������'������������������ ���������'Ca.n.\'i>.v.'J/hc('i,'.<: hyoK Co."���������.,:;-    .:  i:i,."XXfifi ���������:-���������'. - J;'.'JJii \\'i:i.i.s.;'vX' x v-.xx   '- --,-'  L4������  X "   . fi'yi vLoXDOXiJONG.,: AG]5XC,y.;; ���������-..'..';;  X'Kiii-opai'ii! nnd Coloniiil AdV.c'rlisiiis'Agcnc}*,-.  ,l:lll'louivStX,vX:;':|V;-X':'-';vX--.v;X-v';'v^--:1 ������������������'���������;///  ���������''''(!;':Jlitc!ii'ii'&.'.Cii'., I Midi Si'ioiv Hill, London,'  'JvlC.,v.!vXX.wv,:x' *.XAXA-w-yx.. :���������  AAX-., ���������.:.<y,J'0nOXTO.AGKN'C.V.,  X^nlrai'i'i'c,?s;A^eii'i:y; ��������� ;' : 'X  t'iiiiiUliiui Advert.isintf Agblic-JV,"  ������������������' j'redistribution, :liii t tliaty area: should:'  ralsoyybey^cpnsidei'ed. y,:1:,hc cities;, of  ihcyproyincc; arc Vat yjircsciit over-;  vi-cprescntcdv; in;:v]yropqrt'ioir; to^tficv  i n la tidy districts-, though 'VlheseVdi^^  trictsVv.reallyvvvfigure .upo'tlie-'.true  :.agg'regatby^veultlty-6f.y^  ;.Redisfribitfioiiyyvisy.. wanted,. And;  waiitecly-yiiiidiyj^Uut';-^  and toysecurcyj:ust;;represent:a;tioii to  the yvvhoioy province, y.tliey;questipn  iii u s t ���������. licyt a ke il v ;ti j) by m^e m h er si w i t I.i-.  s'b'iiil!'".breadtli and fairness;of view.'  I'r-iisiM'oiOrs''.'ftiiii; iiiTno-o<vnoi's rin.; invited, lb:  ';.'.-.coiit.i:il)'iiio:tb'tliu'K"idi"KX \v .MA.Vl/'.iiifoi-iiiv  ';?���������'  iiliim lifiii-i.'liiiiilil <;li;ii-iii.-lor I'l'b'iirdiiiK tlit-il'  1.;',Xiii-<ni'ji'iii.,.-i, , di'scriiiiiiit   siii-fuc-c -' riliinviriijV.  "1, itu\ulii|ji'iiciiL'\viii'k iiiiili-oi-iilUnltciidinji it,.  ':Xyi*-?uys.fi.an,I viiL'W'.ilisco'vi'i-lt!*-. x'J'lie:;cdltiii":  v'd'.sii-L-.s   in  in.-iUc  lliu X\|,ao.  a  melius   of,  .  l'iri-i'rislilii^ to inycslor.-. rulialilu int'ot-iiiutiiiii  ':���������'...-'.' iroii'.-iii-iii.i'i^'l.liu .lirosi-o**-.-, and tlovi;]o])lii<,*iit  ofllru iniii'Si-iilTcsoiii-oo.-iof Koi-Lli Kooloiruy.  .���������".���������y.X-yiyx-MOXJKKlv.ii'.AGKNCY;;:  "A; AlolCiih & p6:,'.A'jjontif;-V'-'- ���������.--'  ] liislimiits Ail Vffl isiiiij,Agency:';'-:.  ��������� llan-uvv Ad vci'l'is-ii.K^ Kiai'(\v .���������'���������-������������������--���������:'-������������������:���������:���������  Ax/. ���������';',"   ; y :s t'O k ax a a g ic so >*.;���������.;;.: '���������': ������������������ A,  y.'-Alexiiii'dci". &;vCo.,. Advcrtisiiiii V\a;i'iiti', 521  j-'ir-.-jt. $.\\p .- y-iA-.x ;,..-'���������;���������"'���������������"':"'... y. . ���������' -x ��������� ;."-..���������  y,X;i���������"-��������� x'.,',;Si.'\'.V..Vi^v'XCI.SGOMjKNCV.'."' '���������,...��������� /.'X   vlC;;0. llakc,: (il sand Uj-''���������iliM'cliruil.s KxoliahgC',;  '������������������,-:A'jji.-li'ls,J'-X'..'-,';'.- ���������'���������;������������������:���������''���������������������������.���������    '.���������"���������''" ���������'"������������������ Ay :������������������-���������'. ',���������������������������'���������'���������'������������������  A ���������"/.���������'iVi'i.yv��������� yoiiiv;agicxcVv  liciniirgtpri Ilros.v :!|(i liroadivriy. "  ���������y>  ��������� cincuLA'nox.,;  ;y:; ,y nvHAT'^yyTH'E ^1 ATTl^K^v  :!-vi;f|ai];edyy';yAV:ii:ity';isj  .withxIJevcls'tokc^  the reply;-must be;'thatyihere :arc;too;  'imany;cln'Oiu'e;V]ackers;v.i:ir;the,city.v  If: thiiigs.cl^ynot go��������� thev\\^iy qf V-ctrr:  ;tairi-V]i'ienV^^  nnimce.f 1 iatclyV. cjideavor. to������������������'���������"' r'aise;  t rbuli] cyyV \V ha tVt hisyci t^yvvan ts.is ;ny  .greater;'"vimityxof;:,the /Vcitizehs���������a  gpcid;- strongv.pull':: together in-any-  j;:'bd.j'oc.t^  ,_,....VkboTkNAv'lu!.;;l,.,,'VfirHii  ,:,..������������������'culiitidii ���������;-ii!.-AliM'''ii'Vr.������-'-'-nuvclst.bk6^  x   r<uui<Hny: (liHtriot. upd-rilrio-v������  j sp'i ri ted ,citi zensy bu t;i; I ooVoftcri-: f licy3  H'get'r.'knocks^^ratifcr'vlhan^^  .vfclsc.-for-their cffortsxtOvadvance tlie.  y-f-i;iviVeres.t s vyipf=JI li 6-.' cb ra iii" un lt--y .iJi?--..T li i ay  vj:isynbt;:as; ityshould'be.  ,h.who.'xa;re:v^i!'ing .V-.'ip.;.yy-1 'qhtt^';;i_in'y:i 1;e  ���������j cstablishihent::qfycntcrprises,->viin'd  iytaput their hands in; fheir pockets,  jxi's many Iia ye; done," to5 promote the  ���������;[;,welfare.y.ofv ;the:; cifyV'and;: district,  j should yhave 4hev bucki'ng;;'of; the  j whole   community;  yThatv; is- the  j \\t\v ;to; make our ciiy.and"the dc"  lin*:.-  -.jilticu.s.':  -: Albci't Gniiyp'iiiv  '',(.Uiiui6i'::i,: , :"  XGoldl'llv'��������� "���������:.' X."'���������':  ,-.-:A-.l"i"i;.\vll()illl'/v-'.,'  "XOoiii'vjilis.v w   X,  :Ti*out,vi.iiUo -Oilyi.--  ,.lllo'cilloWilc't'..,..'. vv  IfOjfo'l'ij ViA v!vvX X!  ?Srilirion vVini/X-. ���������A..:-.  'i'llUIII-iOll'rii.lllldili;,'.  l'il'illll0i"ll0.',,vXv>v,;v': ������������������'..  : 1'-U1-������:I1S0I!V vv-.v---VvVv .  3[iilcyiiii.l!ol Siiriirgs :Xukii.*i]i  .'lliin.iilrOii.y...      ������������������;' , ;    l''irc Viillcy.^   '���������  Smith-Crook;   :        ' JtciCnllooli.'Crucl;--:-"-.  .(';iiii;i CreirUX I'Hi-ni.-s Croi-k       X  Fiol.l.-; v . :vXv:, J5tiuidai-daJas:ii,v'.v  H  AUVEY ������������������& JfcOARTEIt  ���������i;.���������:���������'���������'��������� uAKRisTJi-iiSi'SoLicrrona, etc. :  Oi'-i'iGiss���������:'   Molsoxs���������';. Hamc   lii.ock, i' Hevei.  :������������������������������������,/, '. 'Xfi.  .'. 'STOKE, U. G., '.,:,'���������     '���������".',,.... A'  ": JUiiiicy to lo.in.vv-"."'.' ���������,''������������������''      x .".'���������; ;.- '      '"':  Otlliics: Ifcvulistokc. 15. C.j Fort Steele, H. C.  Geo. S. JIoOahtek, :'   ,   J. A. Hauvky"'.   V  ���������.".'--. .KuyplsLulic, .13, ;C..x .,.������������������' ���������.Fort Stock-', li. C.  J::VxTlif':'N"bi t J������ Si ii r is 5ilii|)jiiiig:*li.) t tuiis a  .iia y A: x pyx ���������:;:���������: ���������:���������.'��������� ;./������������������;������������������ fifi': ��������� ���������-. y':^yyyy.,r,,"'v  ' EiKbtfet'lvof gal i<na lias lieeii sliaick  ���������on'tiie; Hile-lbie at Aiiisworlli. "//:-"��������� /'���������'/ -������'.;  Vilotr. C fl. M u I ti Losti lias formed it.  'coiiip.-iiiyy iirvLouitoM/������������������ to : operate', lhe  'CvShuit;. y v.,;��������� x-xyxxy/iXApyy.  .fifi,   ' ,. .. "���������: -fi'.'    .. ��������� i  -v.    ty,       (      fi.'fififi:,  v.'.      '���������"'���������."'  v ,AVsfy;ike y('f ;^(ililvii!isyiii'eii-iiii'ile oil'  Ui mi i ii ii iii C/it'i-U, , Viik oil, 'Vriiii ni ng ������2'  'lb;ihe iiiir; ..yA"/:-/A. : Vy:y:���������.'''.-.',; .���������! '/:'Xp'';,���������'.  Afi M.i'rliiue'i yisili-'iiig eslalill-ilied al' tliiv  G'llileii:��������� Eiigleyiiiiil.v[Iayes yiiiinebVat.  ' Alliei-iiir'x''":';;V;vviXVx:..i;x-vv; ;v:';.v ���������v/p y/:A,.:'-  .:'.'������������������'-:! ."''V".,:;..'.:'������������������.':������������������ ���������.':,������������������:>. :>��������� x-wv- y:fi ..,���������}'������������������'���������' .'���������  ;v'--v-.-".  : :;:,Tliy  Alicey'iiiiiiP.Viieiii" ...Orestoni';;;..be.':;  loiifjfiiir ytb ytlii) "Yqi-kXiUiiiyEancas-U-r  jytiilieHte.jWill Sbpivlie ii sliipper.x:. Ay  S AV niiiii-'i, ;iVaiiied .TlibiiiasJolinylQii,  b-isli'eeiiyyirbwtietl ;;aiyMuyie :Lake hj'  tliK ups<jttitiyof!a:;cn''ii'pe;'X;::/V.y.V'.Vifi/p:  / Oiivyitsvjii-i-'seiit sLuOk :ya luvrl idii; I hi?  Kt'ptililie -��������� uiiii'^p\s; worth, $100,U00':(is;  a^aiiisL������$ t.50U,0(jp two "years ago./V'; ���������  - ���������;  > Th f>rilutVt.i>:: |>i"civii.leV for 'Iiit' ei-fc-f I'*"i  of ilie;siiii'l.ti"i-:alr1\Iai-ysvillej lliiVStilli-:  van c;i iiii |Wiiy liasinm'asedH is. nr pi tali-..  zut i11il' t;> $H,(iOO.UtlU.'    :   y;���������   V"' ::" :VV '  ,:.  ,.:X :"..   '���������'���������'-'���������, ��������������������������� -'���������"-���������'' .���������'   : :��������� '���������>   -:XitA "'���������������������������::   ��������� fi.  ' .fi.::  yTliifWhitewatei and Slocan Still'.-are,  t.he vli--ii(.liiigv>ili,ippersyof clhei ������SlpcanV  Tlie IVii iiii i;shipjie(l o.Xi.tolis hist,inoiilh.  iind ilievSUirVoOt).Ions, both shipments  gi.MiiK.Vt:(i:li_]^  y^Tli'eXPayiiiyvyhrrs.yiOO^ini) toils-'of ore  wliiL-li'; it proposes' tbJ.i.-'eiii ;il the c-iiii-  ceritratoi'Vwhich, is: how hninginOvi-d  froin V Eiitii-iiiyt-O ,the;iniiie-H The phi nt  will.; be opera ted-byyele'eli-ie po wer.V, i'-/:.  :x'Tti(;VSiai"V::iii '"���������Eristyjvobt'eliay^i^yriv'  p.niTed.''t^  pi-(ipei.tyvvvTheyiedge 'isv02 ft-el \yide,v  -wil llif; pay; V ell ule vbf eight vl'ei'tVv The  payyc"iiiiTu.y.aviv'''.'Ke;5;:'$3'3..:40i i'.<i.;(  aiid the,'restyoflhe'lcdge $10ii5S.;;.yV,vyV;y:  ;..---i-.\V h i i������-*.'v I-11 n ill JiK'^t< Ji'*'-^"f-Vf"i r.iv'y'-.i.(v^'.-^*'���������":.^"  tllmiiilvvnt ^  ���������Th'cyiiienvi.-.Mb  ' aev.'ii'd' or.yyehiite':of -whieh there isii  f.i.,ii wliieh; shiuikl,;l'i-iiiiiviipiiearrtiiceri,  ^iVf giioi I ('(ipi'icr vvii lues. ,X' 8aii)p!(jSv o'f,-:-  ore', fiinii |be new strike li,-ivebecii  ir-ccivi'd by the secretary, J.'M. Scott.  'Tii a Vrvaso'n.,' why., the 'iii'oposedleiid  iv finery iindei'v the Dirinihioh bonns is  haiigiii^fir-e is vhCCirjinted '-.-for bythe  irii-gulai- sliipnit-nts.sent rait byMiiine-  ('iwii'ers.-'   Evi'll   the, Trail   stiielter is  Report for October.  S-K.Vl.'ll! OKl'Al.'TNiCNT.  Tho iii-t. Ihrcc, in each class rue  ^iven in i>i".|ci' (if iirciil. ]{ -pillar  ittciidance' iind, n-'cid coiidiict, count  hi^h iu ilii������ I'cjioi t : '  Hifrli School Class���������IJ. Lawaon, V.  Fi-.-iM'!-, M. Adair.  Fifth Class���������A. Urtjiiliurt, J.-Murgan,  II- Hobbs.  i-y-iiiriii ciass--,\y.; Mi-Kii^-y; x. y.v-  -.p'.:Jii>rg;Mi.'',������������������'���������''������������������ 'vVV -V,y;': i,xyAfi/  lli'\������������������'oilsv'ii'riv';���������.is.srr'i'iVyio"���������;'ill,;t.be pn| il^  ������������������(if- '("vi'i'j'v (li-'piu inieiit'i vriiiil v;iiv lo lm  rcturni.'d higtit'd-.'xliy iiiie of'.'ih'e paii'iilf.  , - My sy.-tciii.iif inarkingVis ris folluws :  Jwi'lvc liiiii-ks.iri-i'-^iven I'ni;,.'each com-  p I (-1 e d a y 's wi wk. 'ii I ri-encf ca i;���������t ���������* I������ 111 h->c  .I'm I he day. Onci- liite,()r,oiie ilemeril  xaiici'ls I In i'e,; iiirirks, in'the day'swot-l.;  :|.hiis fu.i'ir (leiiici jtscaiici'ls -tluViwIioli- i  day's inni-ks. This system gives fioin  2(H) L1.1Ji.7U iiiai Us (iV iiioiilli t'i,ir coniplelc  wbrk. v The'leinaiiiiii^yniiii-ksare ob-  .,'tiiiiiiHl by the regriliit Fiidiiy I'Xainin-  litioiirf.^     x  '.fifi/i.-':fiA-''i"fififi'.,fi:[-  'Ax,-a A a; vv'Ey'WIbapN, l'.Miii ipal.  THE   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE  , No. 4 IC-V/.-C. BLOCK. KELSO*?, B. C.  Gold. Siilvr r-Lciid ri-"l ruiniiT Mine- w'nnftd ������ii tlio KXCHANGK. '  i'lllCK .Ml l.l.'iNU GOI.l) ;)roi)L*itii-.-> wanti-d ;it once loi* K.i-=tcrn invc-tor.-.  i'n rl ii". h.ninij illinium in-opLTty loi- =alo arc i-cqiiui-li-rl to -end .-amplcs of llicir ore to llie  KXCHANGK foroNhiliiiion.  All (-.miiile- .--liould l������e ^L���������Ilt by cxpres--. PUKPAli).  CuiTcsponduncu holicilod.   .\rldrcas,all i-ouiuiunUutions to  ANDREW F. KOSENEEItGrR. Nelson, B.C  Telc-jiliono Xo. 101  ,n     .1 ��������� iL.'~im:  p. o- nosico.  X-xyys-xy^>yi''A\C7v'.\-&sA~':  HOTEL  BRAHAMSON BROS..  PROP'S.  ";ewl\  built.,      Piir-l iliisi.  ,    in   every   respect.      AU  modem conveniences.  bai<f(>. sample rooms. Fire  proof safe. ' Free 'bus  meets all trains, -  irii������p,i.������in.-i,������ .in. ...i.  fi \VANTKn���������'^KVIilKAi;' PKIlSOXrS Ol''  clinhiiitui' ..and'. gu(')il.;,i:ujiiitii.tUiii 'iir.ciicIi.-Uilo  (oiio in thin '"count j- i-'c(iiiii'L-(l),,t6 iv|n-o--(!iit nnd  ii'd'voi'tNo old oHtiiiilislicil'v wealthy Iiu.sIiii'm.  , lniiisu o������ sound Ilimnuiiil'si-iii'lliiJt.X.Siiliii'.v ������18  ' weekly wit li,, expenses iiddiiioiKii,iiUjiiiyii bli-  in' cnsli Diieli .Wcdni'-silny dir-eet i'roin liwnl  'olllce's, 'Morse and ciiri-iii'0'c t'ui-iiislicd, when  heonssiify: Kefoi-L'iiccs, Efielonu sulf-adilre.s^ed  fitiiiiiped ("iivelopei' Jlanuger, 31G Caxton  liuikting^ Chicago.'. , ������������������-.l x-,x.  ;$25,90|;0g:iAND| |2������,000  A.  M. SCGTT. O.A:.yLL.13  V v .'JJAlt'luiSTlik. ���������' SbLIC[T(m,yNOTAKy  ���������".���������    y  v..-public,;ktc.;..-������������������..  McKenzie: Ave.,  -Tji D W Aii D A. H AG GEN,  '���������      Vv-.V'Mixix'o ENiiisKntt,  'jy-vdojmiVnt'.of-'-^ ,"i''sei"ioi'is-yp(isili(')iiyiiy.,'''-.llie  l-'Jistnaxsuceesstul. V  We- liope',OUryirieKiilarttyyofyihe.(iiv,stipp!y..,,TliHre  ' i-euilei-d  will -la v:. to'. bea rt thc: idea J k A������������A"A <oi ??.fi:{^: ^coiw{A\  ��������� ���������'������������������. ������������������-:'������������������   ..'.���������.--..���������" ��������� . x(. ������������������'":..      "���������:'���������-,A- ���������:���������,.';', --t but*' tiiine-owners   will   !:,'uot ,.;; operate  ^vc;Avi5h.to:.iniprc������,on,ih.en>v.ana..if:|',,|;-5^  i'i'his.-,i*.d^  Kevclkbkey:By;C. i'imraense ���������'atnouiit  oiV^oo  -:yy, -"' yA/ "* v-.rconcernedi.yyxx;-,-'-  xAyxy y,.: v^v ���������jy.Q^ futures; ��������� New.; York $bi.s.7  v -"ui ;������:l li fury lakeiVS]p.:37V to;;si(i(i-!r fi'l  I'-c'iist'i.riK- '-"AA1/ ���������'���������: ���������"���������.' ���������"/,;'A A ',"'��������� ���������'" A':'.'"  -I^.rfH-London,; i������il.    Ss; ..V.Oj:.;;,;- NeiV  TH'E-CIT^i  ���������,tMc'in.i:,.A'i]iei:ieaii li'Htitrit.c JliiiiiiKTa'i'gitiper.*)  ...   '. - .'(JL'rri.Caaadiaii.'ilriiiiig In.^tit ii tc.)  ' XA yy '���������l|i-:\;i-;i..-j'i"0Kt:. -IJ.'(.'. / \ .    "'���������  'KSiiiiiinaliuii of .ami'.reports on .Mineral Pro-  ',.: v.Xy.   pertiesa sieeiniry.    '  ..:' ' v  yyXt^sytinitV'to condeti'inyUie tnik-ofv/Vurk. 81.3^.';  ��������� -v^i)e;1kootei^ap/!Dail  ���������Xii /    ���������'.F'iM'DAV;"N.Q\*V.S, lOb'L 'i  ,: ;-T:ii.i;''-'N;el-*;oii vMiiici; yivp -ii, bigh:  1 ribrd'e' to'",'11 m.; I ii:n*i!iiiir- ;2<,iv(;i:n'v'  u i; tit-ft ;*r l i :('��������� v.':i.y";ii'wbieb lliey are  J'l-ovVil'ilrl:     ;;���������! i'x-:.P    t'i.    Ul'"' 'lllilli llp';  ���������e.ii^ij':*- 'in' (bat '.- ("e'i.oii. ;-. ���������'���������*,...,' V;  .-. Sn;:. Alirhiiclxlii'x^ pL-iicli-' iiiu,.!  J jl.-'ii ���������M.uri'ey -:alJ tiriil (he -j/resi-nt  (���������jn.iyiien Vnf ..iii..! ��������� |Jriii-ii '[j't'iblie  Jhri.ee.-:'. ;i-  I vulaerriic.iiinju} 'citizens ;wbo;kee;) en;  '< prating 'tli t'i ty. lhe Veil y yi^xi.i^axb,!;]  xjinanei;:!' cunUitioi). ,   It; is: no kucIi  ytiling. VOn. facts r.ii'4 iigu'res; Revel-  ;s,toke. -'.as���������-, ji ,; cit_vV. lake^; it;? >tnml;  will"-the sounder t:"iniand cities: of:  ihe p.royinee. -'..Theciiy has axvalu-;:  ti'tiotf ��������� roll- .'of  tf053.271. iir ;,t,he;way ;  of  real'eatiite nnd 'iniprbvements-,:  iiivd   aii" oi'dinary" rtiyeimc of  oyer;  -^0()O il. yo;tr. '���������'.- :T.tie:".p.li.iiiie. ciebt.of ���������  .tbeyi'ttyyir-.-'-not ','ver ���������f-l.-l'.i:.).     ..A'-? ;i  ii'rittler of- frH'l I bf'-' lentil",jatfitt-oii-."of-  tbe city A;-���������>���������:��������� o g'ljod'.ibiityit'-w.-is iu-ji  ixusitiiKiV"'t<:<   i--ti('':i';('!elleii'ttiny.   for ;  '���������-'/iTO.iK-'B.'Vl'/ir'   tiie   pr.rchn-o. of   'tin-  ���������v.:;i.ter 'iti-iiT li^bt (v..uii:;trre.nt, " A city ;  'wbieii   Is a*'a   ni.-in:in o.f '.e'redit' of-  V  '>.S^l.vi:,i''7:,fjo:i.1o'':i1'-v  ''i~ii:..:-   '������������������'.  That ih'rohbihri, i!eada:he,  'Ui  .1-.\V.'.i"iM'(].iiic.,Kly'Vav.i.  ;pl-'.' Kind's N;"W L.ilV P.  i if sir If.-i.-i'i'-.' b i v-'..pr.ivv",  l-'.-s iijeril'.fn'r.^-irn ���������mid  Soiiietliiiig eiitiivly,; now, 'and: iiitei-('."-t:iiR.  I lend what, youiiro'to do...xVoii,.iiniyi,'et. .?l,(.(m.  Oui' contest -in;, to pee who caiiinuUe t,ho liirut-hL  li������r,- of liii'iiius (di- kinds') of birds t'rbnitho following list of letters.:',: : p~fi'. /'i/ -vVlX. A' -:: ���������:���������/  WD Op 6 C CK Q ULl A P;n T A'R ID G  E S P'NvlvEyL V;E BR D I M W-A"PO:H T L  vAVo ..'willTCCOKiiiso:ns;ayiih"d''iiiiytliiii(j;.bcIoiip-  iiig-td-.tlic.-, fcalfiqriid tribe; whether it is ii' lien,  Oi'o.'.vi'siiiKi"!- or, niiy. other kind. Yon can iii-o  nriyleitoi-iis inaiiy times to niiik'.\a mono as It  nppcars iii the lint of tottei-sj above; for instniicc  W'oodeoek, I'iover, Hiinw Iiinl, etc. To. any  persons who oaii.iiiake.'.a'-lntof v25 oivrnori' dit-  - 1'criMif. nanlesnf -IViV-iif.'wt:-will'-'jfivc n-hsi>liil.cly  If'llKK-n beiuitifnl I'ri^ii.viiliie .?l,()U(ior less  vAVli'eii you.Iia vciiiadooiityoiir list till orr I the  line on the boiloni'.of this ml vt. and send to ns  with a'Sr.iiniped Addressed on velopei stanip of  ;'your country will do. then if yo-.i' lire awarded  a prize yoii: can, if;.yoli vdoiaii-e'get- th'o.prino bv  beeoniiiiij'iii.vsubscriber, to Tmj,��������� -Woman's  Woiti.D. IVu sliall aVvard a prize to every per-  ''���������son's who sendSvtlio'name of ii liird*;, nnd our  vgifts'.will bo as: follows; ..J^or the.host-list, ro-  eeived i;nelidiiy,'a G.pld:Wiitoh ; ,for the second  best, solution 'each (lay :a'beautiful Import ed  -Ten Set,; for tliosuven next' bestsolutioiiB each  i'dh'y,'ii:.K6i(.i'u!i SnUili Diiniiond and"Kuli'y ninit;  , for the next-best solution: nGold Piece:; and for  r.aii other cor-rtet solutioiis,;: Prizes: of- Uood  Value. These Prizes.will ire forwarded daily,  vy.iii will'iKjt.hrivu l.o wailii long- tiirro in uncer-  ...utility bofore.you kiiowf.lie result, '.There n- no  voldiueiit of lottery in,bur. plriii,,it inakcs:iio dif-  fereiiee wliethia- P\'d, get,yoursoliilion late or  "early ill iliii cHiy.': All-youueed is. to poSt tlii--  iulvti to- us,- 'aud oii' the (Iny it vcnohcs us, if  ij'biii"- list is the best,,you shall Jiavs the Cold  Watch orif seebnd bent tlio. beautiful Tea .Sit  and so on. , We guarantee tluitwu will luwu-tl  you.a prixe.: 'I'hereisabsoliilely no opportunity  for deception oiinur ���������part���������we ennnot alt'ord it.  W'c want ,to KCt 1,(100,000 well-'siitisiied sub-  scribe'rs; and for. that rensnti we. don't want you  to: send .any, money unlil you kliow e.xactly  what prize you have gained uy nnsu'oriiiK the  puzzle," As sooii after I ran.' each day as p'os-  sible. the cNaniillers.will ,iiidj,'o the lists to lhe  best, of their! ability, and will designate, the  prizes, Wo will write to yoii ntvonco notifying  ynn wliat prizo has been iiwarde.l you, then if  yoii are satislled, you. ciin send your subseriiy  tion to THu Woman's .Woifiiu and'your prize  willtio by. rutin n of post cii.i-|-iriKo paid. Ton  person bf nari-owideiis it, Siieins inipossible that  we, should ,be able'ao innke such agig.iinic  "oirOri btit wo lirtve the money,' brains and repu*  tatioiii"-'wo.- know exactly what wo arc duiiic.  aurlif we can legitimately yn.iii a ruiUibii ino*  scribei-s by thin grand idea wis know that this  niilliiiii of w.-ll lilcasi'd subsot'ibers can be in-  diieed to .recommend Til b Woman's -Wohui to  all fi'icnd-i thoreby baildlii^ -up our circulation  "still.fhi'tbeiv We aro willni;,' to''spend g-.'.i.fiUO  in tiw contest in building upfabiy: subscription  list'i and Wiicii't'ils nioney,. rssjiont we reserve  the right to-publisha' hotifieationtliat the contest, lias been uliseontiiHieil. Don't delay until  it istoo'liit'.'.   "'lio: coiitesl'. will cyiitlniie until  January ��������� 11* t;- lOOit.--'" ��������� v -���������;������������������-...-.  .WegiviJ.. A Hoiills Prize of SiiniMrlcpciKlcii'  of all others to the |>ersoli who semis in tho Up  urotten up iii the best, niid handsomest inanii'.'r  ,'Otii" Coiiiiiiittee '.'.'wi 11 deeido an r awm-dpi-iz...-  lin.ily, Init tlie elinii.-liir$'-AW|)i'i/,(!'.will lie awa.iiled  i.ii^iai-cli. l!.l'J--'r vMiy  bir.i.ls iraliie foun'd in the  .dictionaries 'accepted.    ���������-���������'.', 'A/"''p.p  iyAfiAXii.\^HO'vJ^AREiA:lA:.  Till.; Woman's' Wouui is ,'a thoroughly reliable concern, wo arc known.UVdo oxaolly as(-\vo  ��������� advertise.   Aii to btir reliability v.'i) r.it'er to nny  ,. :..; ���������'   ������������������ ! ArlvcrLisinw Aguiitor biisiness iiiiin i.i J.oiidon.  yon i!.you;Us(-'d i x;imu _pX^AA.A..AXXyX..:i.t..i   IK ' 'Tiioiisain'l-i.'i'. .'. ";-y'.'������������������'. ���������" -'; ������������������.'.' ':' ���������������������������.-' '   xtl-'-  1 ��������� th V;y: .ni rtelr-" i"strect,VxK-:yv':v >,x^:..-^Aiyr-:jXx ' ���������"  ��������� , Our   lliustTarecr^aTiTtloglTc" will  givc__^qt.r  more information as to goods and priccsllTarTtr'  week of shopping".    It contains cuts and prices of  almost everything you could wish for.-  Send  a post card with your name and get  one  by return .mail.     It will save you time and  moiiev.  VICTORIA, B. C. ���������  ..<*! ,.,1i, iOiii i lirtlh������d���������������in  Cna Elook from CPU Sopot  and Stoam'ooat Wharvce  He-fai-nislicd. aud Rc-R-.otlellott  Rates $1.53 to $2 jicr Cay  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  R. DOW3WELL,  Proprietor,  Vancouver,   B. C.  ThclMViCTUS Sjioi-: is made on the most modern last, and  is the most handsoineh-xfinished, five's the best satisfaction, and'  costs no more than������the ordinary everyday shoe. You need not  consult a corn doctor but purchase a pair of Ixvictus Sijoes  iind your corns will disappear. Made by Gr.OkCE A; Slatish  and sold bv .  ���������2iXA: '���������'N,tiw:".'.Y6..l  who are'also dealers in Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Leather  Goods, Crockery, Glassware, Clothing,,Men's Furnisliings,, etc,  Front Street, Revelstoke, B. 0.  n'������(a������miiiVtom<OgiSrfrl|t<a������gjj-As������S*j������Srt������ji caS^a<t*������ta'w eui^^tn  Th3" Little - Trojan" Empire Mer  n^i-vrni'- 'li''".'!'  lirio'-.- ��������� Ttii-y riiak.i':.'jSnre lilnoii rind  l-nilil ui' yum li"ai.lhv - (J;ilyx^/i (-Is,  .MuiVi'V . Iinck,. it',, i-X���������:,r:iinj(l. ' -SolJ liy'  (Vinaila Drli^' a'itrj-"JJiVok t'uX -  Town.  .VCoitnli-y.,  is a wonderful machine.     It is'  used   in - mines,  mills, camps-  n a-hinu shops,   hotels,   etc.,  and   the   extremely   low price  makes them yrcal scllet'b.  Shelf ;tnd  Heavy   Hardware  of all kinds carried in stock.  . Mail orders  receive pro r.pt  U'.iontion-  ILLECIL  Work, on Minora! Properties.  r.IiV -He eriKifnl liiidin'oniiy. Voiii- let lor.ie. as  wo do not reeoiye iiiid'orprtid.liittor's. Addre.-.-:  ' The.- 'VWciniahy VW  y ,'.:   ������������������;;, London, W./Enft-land: ���������;��������� "���������  iJas.'l.;;Woodrow5  1      'BUTGHER.;  in.'1,   w.th'ofit'. 'ij.iinirer.  ,- Isaac.  Mi.ioi-.",-  (if  \\Xis ii}, t hi-   (.::' -,'.���������  I'-'.^t  strain ou   them  I'oc,- war.       ''.'  owni : to the g: e;11  .a^'th'e result of iho  ��������� VllKi*-i-:uiM.'c-'; ' to-..ii ii article on the  action of llu:' \'nncoi:ver Liheral  'A-rvociation isi n-gard lo the ]ir'o-  ];o-cil convention the Xt-lspn'Mirici-  i-'ays : , ;,"J'he Kooti:xav Mau, -i^  riirhy. t'lio juM-jdc ������>f lhe ounrt .r.-itie?  'i'liiii-ri'iie t.!i.!.t they a'p:- iilJ-ihnt \h<X<;  i; .'irnj'T ri^i'i' ni ,' J-.'i-iij: li .06l';rnl'i;i"  . Ihrcc timer: ahMi'iiieli'as.it-r.a'nuei.itea--  ' nc^h -ih in a good financial por-ition,  I i'nfurluiHi.telv-thc immensre expciuc  I iiv which the city.w'a* in'.volved over! c'<-^.-sio-_r. ^      __  1 ,,���������    '������������������ ' x'^.i ���������     ���������    *���������..,<���������������������������.'���������..   , i    ���������',.'"   ���������'-..wi!)   In-   riit. ,in   ari'illicr ���������y.Oh'ct  'the .-ma llrjiox. uttnir intrenched  that- i oO . ft-c  otiiiif: L"xiii'itt<ai, "rniosile  .i!t'i;iilf"A'iH't,;ujioy .Retail'Dealer-'Iir  .vci-k, i>itoi-iiiH !!,?,.;��������� ������������������-���������'--���������- :  "f: I. un nei has iK.'eiirini x '.  It'  'VI''  :(: U-fc!.Illv  A ! 1,  1 Ml 1-(|- illid   wi  111.V4I11 trial :  heavily on.:the!yc:ar'.-< revenue.as to  leave nothing availa'hle fgr'irnproVi;-  inentJ-.-'bnt *had thc-'c been taken -in  .hii.nd in' ti.mc. to carry- '.'theni out,  -before.. winter . ,ct in the���������'ncee/^i.i'ry  f 1 j II ��������� i ,X   '.'.-uhl   ll-lv'C   hop!!    iM'q-.Id !.-���������]". ���������;  Afi  raj'I'rVjfamJ thr. tnn'in ^ti'to'f:i  il-ir'..i!*-n   to  ronelv  B1SP,   PORK  ^^;y     ^  Fish and Game in Season.  All ordrirs iironipt!)' fillud.    ...  rird ciri'ipx !i-V<W. i'i fiZ'/Aiy   A,.pi"i.ficny-Anr-\jr'] QT(\</r.     F)     0   ��������� CoHicm-   IJriiiKl.i*-  *n. wpllVitua'if'l   >!.'niil'l  f/rov(j Viduahlsi ' TlL V CLO I UftU,   P> V<)   aiidlCiiigrilreel--.  if.it cu.r'e-i fair va.lufi-f niid quantity... '(-i'-'^., ;���������.���������_ y;:./.._..���������..,���������.-.���������.,���������...x.,.:.,..-V.���������:.1.,;���������u���������.  .Aiiriiherliii-ciH^i^ A-^i'my[knryA^ur^rks  ".I'lucii-   ;i "ood   rlcal   ot   win * jm-< ficnrr - J ���������  Apifin'and Greenhouses, .y  : Ay/X.} W-jstirr.rjstei' f^oad.  HARDWARE WHOLEvSiC LE & RETAIL  -v.aj>tco"0"-v^:e]:r., b. C-  i.*<   f<M in a .(pcr I   Uiw .\fiii  In  iirldilinn to   i-...d arid '.fi'vet:, valors lhe  i-XA) l.u.Xi''iX   A,,pn.ricr-:y :,  , " ably furnished with, the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.  j".   ^ivb:e:kt   stojshe!,  :f:ro:p.  nn  liK-li '  I.'  ,f  an    jnipairi.Wej c; p u  'I'm"   i  i.vi ut'(t    I.".-,'..'..   .--*''.!������ ,<-11 ���������:;-;'!|i|,p;i|-l rrf-i  N'rlsoli.,    ���������\V,i������ll.i   ,     llll--      |'il"|)f I I V    , i.-i  witj-iin lUrrc fjiinrtftrs i.f ai iiiile.'of* the  Wholesale and Retail*  Ai  1 hoi-,.-,;iivl-   of  rirn.-i,' I.illlo������. , I'lllllllil.".   'O',, I  no-/- hi���������hl'fi(������tiii.;lll'.',vfiiii(;i-fi. rjr lir-=t, prlzut" .-it our '  . , . , ���������        jtit'; ii(i-,vr'i- j'iid-.v.    Nmv Ih tlie 11mo to innke i  Inn:!-.. : A ion ot ori'. w.-M-inir ; vo,���������.;.,.|^.|.i0,m f���������r fftii m-.-irii'liix iiiimtlnK.  Meat Merchants.  there arc other r-.ecVpir: oi coiiHiclor  ���������aide hhj.'irtani c th:it  niti-t he con  i(l.: V f.oncliti<5n tor 'tra Hie and ratepayers I ���������,,,.]< sliiii'ti<-d fion'Mlii". ni'"P' nv to'the !.'' .Ne-y:ii1i[,orii..ii..iH,.i".ii(iii.s m,-v in *-ti,<-k for-,  ICl-' '    -    . ���������'.��������� ' A -^'"1 t ...  I      t .    -' .i ,-,,i.',ii iihiint'.   .(// ririKiitienhi   ,i-d'-< .nil'M irnb*. ,  muv.  i-.i-l "  ! hiive... to. do Without- much-needed  V'idcwalkH, while  the fire protection  r in the lower (own in in a in'ost di;--  Xi nn* .iu-jcMiiU "I the city cuiui- J"Jj,^ljt.,������14o' ��������� condition. .. V^*Uat��������� the  vj xx /������i\A,y iv?!'^ Alt' Vuti\a U;t,v wiV-,; is. ,>��������� im\w]\ ij-iofvill  \m.  i.ii'iiin,-i Hirrcil.i'i-. -, J irci'(  ��������� ini-lidrt to. a'foot of clcnii oi'P, urn  of coni.-i'iili-iil iow oie, on tli(.,'.p.iop(M'ty,  .on w'hit'li '2lQ.- fuel of ,woi k Ihis been  doiip. -Mr.. J?������w������dl ' Ims jjniin Hii'Jtli,  but. wil! rct'tirii s'li'.rily.  .    , I fri^iilriiitit.iK. I.oyioriiiimoiiliil lriv< ;ni<l -<lir>tb*- ,  i.s ti'niri-siX j in cluiose from.    Ten.nenr.-f of fruit tree.-1 ioid ;  Iilii.ntft.   AH At-A ."iiiil firlirfi'  luirMcprcinMiriri'i.niiwMindcIrt^'fori'.mvmi ^ead 'Offioe, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  of iioiil������v.iinl l-ilHiilinsr. , ] ��������� -  \&*n gi'.ts-i nnd nth"-,', scc.l,u, i?:-lI'ii}c;"ii,.Boe    '������������������ '  PlippliC;!,    C*iltrtl<ii?������C������ , I  x    ,VANCPUV^.O,,0, ��������� ;.'*xl-x    ...    ->.���������   ������������������;'....''���������; ���������.,'"���������   .���������'y  t^^'QUgeX*?,'  ^Ifeerta  tarswssrffl^HHBSl  awvi*sswBr^cai������As������aESffl  norosMurar^^ TEE KOOTENAY MAIL
Kootenay Lodge
No. 15A.F. &A.M.
v  ilk
Effective Oct. 13th, 1901. .
Trains pass Kevelstoke
Eastboupd   8:20
Westbound 17:10
]Y��.rw liters  1 noKed   lo all   Eastern
Cni.-idi; n iind Un'ilpd Slates points.
'I'iill.s irsfi Mfl'on   Al lam ir  sliiim-
trli.    .���:���-���t .1..*.    -'I,*
TJic rejfiilaniif-Ltiiijf-
uit belli in llie St.i--
ii!lIi.T^piholioffl i Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent
ni outlay    in   each I    -' e-i ��� n   /-<
Cure m all Oases.
-*-���   ���   iiiiiindiiiip*.   nf   thai   iniiiiriL'   division
innntli  .it ��� to  p.   in.
'-'r--Jv'*���- \"i-ilin^r   Iji'etlii-err
i-ordialiy welcomed,
(i. S. .-McCAUTKI;   Sr-.CiOJTAiry.
REVEX.ST0K3 IiOKGE, I. O. O. F., No. 23.
,��?.?. r***.        1 tegular meet!ncrs are held
(is lor I'n.vi I'.'A.' i.*1
to llit" Old Country.
��D;rcet Stenir.ef Seiviec from Vancouver
CHINA, JAPAN, l��.   .
Full   ii.l'oniiiilioii    nnd   illustrated
pamphlets furnished   on application to
T.W.  BRADSHAW, '      E. J. COYLE,
���     it r r.t, '  "   '     A. G. P. A., '
' flcVelstokc. ,   ' Vancouver."
"ocean steamships
Royal Mall Linos.
Cheap oat Routo to tic Old Country.'
l'KAXC'O-C'ANUD] AN I.I.N'E-lr'roin Montreal
Curt li Castle.   ��-���    ���      -      ���      ���      .X(n'",;.1.1!1
ALLAN" LIN'E-Krom -Montical.
IVetoi-inii      .......     Xov. "Jnjl I
Tuniniun      ���      ���      " , ' ���     *     ��� '.'   ,,'.''
(Jor'.titlimn        ���       ��� -     -      ���       it'll'
I'roin Halifax.
I'nrl.-iMi ' ix,.n'-r.?1'!1
Julian     ���     '     ���     '   , '    ,"     ' '    '   "Jl'
DOMINION' LIXE-l'Vom Portland.
Vniirjottm' N'Sv!!iL,l
Ilitininlon      ���   * .... "..iirt
Cn'iiibromaii     ..*-������        |     oOth
UOJUN'ION' LINE--I'l-oiii I3o.-ton. ������   .
.Vow ilnglaiid     ���     ���      ���     ���     ���     Nov, CLh"
Ar-teiilnc'i"      ..;���*-��� "'  ait i
New England      -      -      -      -     -      Dec. Uli
-l-'roiii Montreal?
s-vi-'-.-J-J^C'^P'   cordially welcomed.
It. S. WILSON, N'.G. J.'a, STONE, J*V
K. WATEKSON. K.3   ���
BELKIBX iODC7E, NO. 12; T. 0. O. F.
_^sgj��3Si__^        Moots every Tnoii...
spA faT     ^r^s*.    evciiiin;     in    Selkirk
f   X)}       pj ~^%. IIhII     nt    s    oeliM-k.
)Vi-.ii iny brvtlrri"! cor
invited   to  <n
AIl.U!!. N. fl
I. ?.r.\TUIK. iSl.r;
LOYAL     OXATCS    LODGE    NO.    lC3f.
KcKiilai" meetiiij."- are Inlil  i-
tlie  O.lll'i.-llovi-'.-.nH.il!  on   tli
'J'lilrd i-'i-iiliiy uf each rnontlr, ills p. in, .-.harp., Yir-liing broil
von coi-iliully Invited.
V,r. f;. WHVKV. !?pi*. -f..'
Then' is  notliiiiK lik'* A^ihinaleiii-.'    ll
��� in<;s  iiistrii't   relief,   even   in   lin'    woi-I
������.I'-,    ft ciii-i'-^ wii.'ii rill i'l*.!" Fail-.
The It.-v. R (J. Well- of V-Un  Kk.��'-  III..
>���-:   ������ymir  *r-inl   Imtil*-  of' A-lhm il "ii-
I'U'r'll    i||   ^Illlll     CHl'dUlllll..      I    'C.IIIIIOl,     l>'li
.���mi lm\v tlniiiklnl I fi'i-1   for   lin;  iiimd  (]>'���
. ived fiuni it.    I was ii slavi'  i-liiiini'il   willi
jinl i iii M'l-i'   llii-.i.-it   ntiiJ   Aslliin.-i   foi-   li-n
v.'.-o--.    I di'-pjiii nl nf i'\ it-lnjiii.L(  cin-i'il.    I-
i \\   ymit-  .iil\ i'1-l i-.i-.jiinmii.   I'm   I In*  i inv   nl
Iii- ili-i-.nll'iil ruul iih-iim'iiIin(i ili-i'iiM' A��tli-
-.i, nml Ihmmlil vmi li.nl iivt'i-<|inki'ii youi--
U-i'S lint iv-ulvi'il in fiiv>-  it ��   I rial.    'J'o
iv a-toiii-liini-nt   lli*-   tijnl   .icli'il   liki; ,a
liai-iii.  (fSt'inl nn' n,full si/.ii lioillf."
Rev. Dr. Morris Wechler.
Riililri of llit* Cong. I3n.-ii Isi-m-l
New ViiVk, Jan. arJ, 1001.
Di'.-. Tnfi llros. Mfdivim-' (;o.,
Gi'nilt'iiiHii:''"Viiiii- A-ilnii.-il^iiA is ,-m cx-
fellfnt. iciin-'dy for Astliinn and May  I'Vvi-r
(1 its Coiii|iO-ilioil   illlcvintcs   nil   lnilil��liJS
^^^sBRINfift    I and its coin|io-llioii  nlli-'Vl.-itrs  rill   irmililcs
^*��3^                | v t ��� i>-li coinliiiii- wil li  Aslliin.i.1    Jin sin-i"��'.-s
"*^     v                   I ,i-t.inr>liiiiur niid   wonderful.    Alter liav-
l��IEFi                     | <a it crn-vfiilly iirinly/.i'd, we i-nn x|..ile llir.t
an >!��������� iii nuiuimiiumutJ AMlimaUnii' i-uiitnitis no opinni,  no ni��i:<-
iriiiiv, i n.iii iiiwi in or i'i in i.
-ft      - .-m
Citizens of Revelstoke:
Do you know thai. $10,000 or
$12,000 a'yea)'' has been going
Vi'i-v truly'ymiw,
' Avon Swusoe, N. Y. Feu. 1.1001.
D11. TXi-'r tllto��. Misuici.vis Co. _       " ��� ,f
GenirHini'ii: 1 wrilH tlius ti'sliiuoni.-il I'lom ?i st-nsL- of duty, Invinsf tinted the
ivmidt'Vful eltVi-t of yoin A-l liinaleiie, for llie fiirn of Asllinin. l\Jy wife has
lici'ti afiiieti'd willi .-'|)iiBinodif n-tlinin for tin- prist 12 yeais. Having exhausted
iny own skill ;is w<-ll .-i-i niniiy olhei*.-, I i-haiiced tn sei- your own sign on your
own w indiMvs on KiOili Si. New York, I at oniv.ulitained a hollle of.A.-l hinalenl'.
.\Jy wife (���ouiiueiiced t.ikiri^ italiout the 1-t. ot Niiveuilii'i';. I very .-omi iiniii'vd
a f.idienl inil'iMVi'tni'ii', After u.-iiiifj one. Imtsle hi'i" A-thnia lias disappenied
and she i-entirely free fr-orii all syiu|Ho:n--. I feel that 1 can emiM.-leiii ly rev-
coimiietid llie iiii'ilifiiu.' lo all uho uu- iitllifled wilh this dreadful disease.
Yoitt\ ivspecifully, 0. V. P11ELPS, M. D.
Xnv. ytlr
'���" lo. li
"   -.'-.'nil
Dn. T.u-r Uivxi. JliiuiciSE :m, ,-
1 was troubled with Asthma fur'2J yearn.
Fe.b.5, 1901.
1 .iiUo Manitoba      ���      ���    ' ���
Lnke Ontario     -
l-u-o-cniroi-s ticketed tlivoiiKli to all parts of
Great Uriiaiti and irclaml. and at .xpouullf low
rate* to nil piu-ta of tlicrEui-(ipcdii eiititiiient.
Apply io nearest railway or s-tciui.-iliip agent or
tu - ,,
V. \V. EHAD3HAW. Agont. Rovelstoko.
��� /r s       t '        -1 "',;1 "���"������"���-�� " '>������ "--"""v ���'" ���     1 have tried  tunnel ons  remedies
UltO C/llneSe Cof/ei'S '/Ol'  LaiUl- \ Ink iln-y hnve nil fail.-il.   3 run rtri'o.-.-yc.ttt   advertiseiuent mid  started  with n
. .. . .   I trial linilli-.    I fuii'inl l'.-lief at, once.    I h iv'e. niurc puioliiised Vout   full  si/.e   Imt-
ai'V    IVOrM    CVe/y  year   IU t/US;>[X\vnm\\n vernimefiil.    I have a family uf liuu'.-hildivn, and 'f.u   six   years
{A.   .. y/.      pA.,/./���/,,   C/,        ' I was uunlile tn wnrk.  ,'I ani now in t lie liest of  health  and. am  (lning liusiness
lOiV/t.        llie   IKdlCUlOke attain \ ..,..,,,.,,!,.,.    xi,i- le-titnony you can make Use of as you see  lit.    Homo address
ever v-dii v,
The Redclstoke Steam
Laundry Co. are,' trying to di-1 2% Kh-in.niun *ti-eet,
vert this'money into the chan-1
ne Is of trade.     Will yon not i
help by sending ns your laundrj
���H. UAPHAUL, ,
(IT JS.tsl St.. New Yoik City.
j     ������ Do not delay.    Write nt once iidJirs
i CO., TSJEast loOth St., N. Y. Cily.
X. S.
lidr'' or li. X.   ''Lankan.''
Sold by All Druggists.
thinning between Arrowlicn 1. Tlmm-wii's
LniirlinsniKl CoinnnHvi c-onitneneilitf (let. Utli,
Lltil. .will i\\\ a* folio>vs (weatlici' permitting):
Leave Arrowhead for Tliniii!'ciii'��. Liuiilllig
and I'orn.iplix t��ioe daily at Ink. ami Uk.
L-eavf" Ci.ini'iiili"c and TlionisonV l.iuidlng for
Arrowhead uviue daily at T.t.ik. and l-.'.ljk,
Making cloJe c-onnccf ior.s  with ail (\ V, It.
��� train"-, and baatf.
Tlie owner"- r'e.-erve the rlglit'to clinngc times
of "ailinu's wil limit untie'.
Tilt: 1'ItlvD ItOIilN'SOX Ltn'HKK CO. LTD.
'i"\ r-ojiis'sux,
JIoimgliiK Director,
The Kootenay Mail
,   --Mill���     ',
Weekly Free Press
U-iil be ,-oiil  Id  nliy addre.---5 for baliir.ee of
Jire-ent venrand the whole of ltur-i
FOR $2.50
J'clliitled  ��'itli  (irdoi'i    To -��ulwcribei"K tnlsiiia
inlj-iiiiiHIs'e of tlii- olfvi wiii be prcttiiilut n gilt
HOW 'l'nflinwiN' llOTII IXSTUL'.MKN'Tt;.
���A erlniliini'd tliei-i!ii)i!ii.-ter and I'.irotncfr
would eo-n nt h-ii-t St. Inn the ICOOTKN'.O
JIAII.is iihie lo "H'er In-ill in-ii-niiiLMiK ;il><in:
lnO'lv free tn every ,-iili?i-ribi'r to 'I'HK IvOi)T=
KNA'V .M ML & WKKKl.Y J-'IfKK.l'KKss,
Upon receipt of your aiilw-nptiuii llieeoin-
lilti'd  Therniiiiiii ter nnd   I'-aroineii-r  will  lie,
mulled iiiHtHj*'." prepaid.. The maker*- "f llie-e.
iiKlriinienlKMiiivu  ii0'resd   lo deliver bv Sep]. I
t'l'tli.  the  iiniiilmi" ordered,    Thnt   ininibei ti i
liniileil.  and   iliu-e dcr-iron-  of seeiiring the.
Ili.-lniiiienlTi'iioiildi-r.iiiI in their orders at uliee ,
\[}e Kootcriuy Mail,
Should be in Evci7 Home.
War in South Africa and the Dark
Continent from. Savagery to Civilization.���Strange Story of a Weird World
���Explorations and Discoveries���Settlement and. Development���Peoples and
Governments���Resources and Products.
Wars and Conquests���The Boer War-
Thrilling' Narrative of Battles -by
WiHiam .-H^Minii,
tho noted writer nnd fj:noU3
African traveller.
8iil.sciT*.c'n lo' lliu KOOTENAY
]M AIL will la1 .".11 [-pi ifil wilh lhe paper
fur irini year, nl.-.c lliu aUive vukiiiljle
Luuk, mi irmitliiig
;������,;:���. ;$2.5Q.y.y ���.-.���
.'Ail'li-'^s--,: ,:.   '    '
���-.m)Q Kootenay.;
-���������'������'  RK-V-fl^TOXK," ft. C,
To The Knnou:
iSir,---A closp scrutiny of the Ni-1
3 ni Ti ibuiitiVfiirccasL of a icdiiti llui-
tion measure wiil show inanv i-lartlin'r
and ol'ji'clionaljle fciiturcs. Its iidvo-
c n-y 1 if fiiurieen nieinliers for Yale and
KiiuiPii.iy dis'.riet is a rcasunaiily just
niie and sn far is wurlhy of c-iiniinctida
linn, lis proposition to .���iiiiul-j.unite
the Kainloiijjs a-nl Weni Yalcndin^
into one, with only one lepivsentmivi',
iind tho ���Iievelstoke and Oolden ridings
into another with only une representative, i-. llie sLipieine essence ot uiii|ii,ili-
fiefj-gall. 'J'lris woiil'J firactieall) gi\e
only two icpifsi'iitiilives fioin tin:
Fraser coiisliuiciifies to the suuunii of
ihe Kooky Mountains���over 350 miles
1 if tin riliiiy.
Following out another theory ad*
xiiiit'ciJ hy the, Tiiliune, that ^,151 of
a 'popul.ition shot'ld constitute u riding,
the districts of Lilloo(5t,'Carilnio, and
C.tssiar would only lie entitled to two
representatives insleud of six, the
pre-eiit ntnnlier.
This   would   praulically   feduce the
lepresentaiives from   ten to four iiiem-
Imrs north of a line  running from east
to west 100 miles norlli of  the American boundary line.      if  it  should require 3,104 of  11   population in'North
Yale and   North   Kootenay, to entitle
them to ti   tepiu.senlalive, that  princi
pie should   also he applied to Lillooel,
Cassiar, A'lincuuver  Isluiid, niwl   Caii-
boo.      Jt, is a poor rule,that onunoL he,
applied to all sections of the. Province.;
Think of 11 redistriliution .bill theory
thiiti  only  entitles  the   whole of   the
mainland outside, of the 100 mile dead
line noith  of  the American bouiid.uy
hue to, four  repiTHRiitalives  out of a
representation  of   38 menilieis I    The
carrying out of  the Tribune'a redistribution   measure,  would give Southern
.Koolenay  and   boundary districts l'J
representatives' 0Q1 of the il idlot.teri,
The  concent ration  uf   such   political
power, whetIipI"  Ititetitiunnl   or other
wise,   Wotil'd    pl'iictlcally   disfranchise
the. whole  northern mainland, lestrict
its   inllueti'-e   in   the   legishitui-e, and
throw .-ill the patronage into the capricious maws of a small arei of country.
One stands   appalled  at. the unitiili'
gated nerve dispjayed   by the Tribune
in in advocacy  of   such nn iniquitous
uiensure.      Twelve members working
in   unison, ill   the,  interests of  south,
eastern biitish  Columbia would dominate   the   legislature   and   carry any
measure, for   their  own advancement,
smash any   government- thnt h.isitnled
to grant their demands.    That section
of the country  has been coddled, wet-
nurstd, iitid   pap-fed, while  olherpdr
lions of  the Province hav
for want of railway facilities.
, All lhe   resources  of   both the. Pro-
vinciirl   and    Dominion   governments
have   for  many  years   bee.11 placed at
In the face of ihat fact lhe Tribune
advocates the , disftanchiseinent of*
fiv'ery r mining camp in XootPnay district that- do not contain (in thinlv
settled portions of the district outside
of the populous cent ie-) it< pie.-uir.p-
tive n gulation of 'J,ir;ii.r ,1 ji-pula-
\e Gods! h'V.v   some   peoples' heads
swell    when    pruspeiity   -.trikes   thiir
camp!       li'evelsti-fce    11'lirrg in>tead of
having   its   rejiri'setit.-.iioii   uu    iIowh
>huiilil have it incre.i-.ed.      It cuers a.'
large territory.      Its   mineral deposits
crop out from the Lardeau river to the
IJrg bend of tlie   Columbia.     Its gi.-nt
need is   cheaper   11 an<port;ii ion.     This
advent   of   lhe    iron   horse   into   ils
iiiniitTdUi   iniirin*.'   I'.itnp-. would biing
oi   its   train   10,000 /if   a population.
U."iistiiliutioii    bills   of   lire Tribune,
variety bode no good to this section of
the count ry.   lt U a one -.i��li*-: measure,
A'hir-e   object    is     inienderj    lo   gain
presiige by having a heavy vole, iu lho
'egislaluie.   from   -nuth e,r*.,thru Uriiisll
Columbia,   lo -be   in   a position to Imtf
the e'iirlh,
T inn, olr...
J. M.'KlVui-:.
Ue.veKtoke* II. C.
Nov, -lili. U)0I.
The Story of a. Voung" Girl Who Su.'-
fei'ati from Hoadaahcs,  Diz3lne:s
and Painting'   Spoils-I-I2P Health
���   Be^amo so Bad that Sho was Forc->
ed to Give up Gohoc.',
Miss Catherine. McL-llan i.s a you. g
lady well known in Chariotletown, 1',
Ij. I., iutI grea'.ly (-attained ruining her
acijuaititiuices, ' Liko so iiiriny oihui'
young.,ladiRs thioughout the iu'nd, Miss
McLelliin full a victim to aiiaeiiii 1, of
poorness of blood, iitidaliliuiigh sevtr<
al" inedicit.es vvere ��� uicd, she found
nothing   to'lieln   her   until she
using   Dr.    Williain.i'
Pale P.:
He. leople.
slot V of   her
ihe l.eg.-iii
Pills foi
Miss .McLell.ui tells 1 lift
illue.v, as follows;���"I
ain now eig 11'���('.(-; 11 years of age, and fur
a criiisidera'olt) time, -iuli'.'red rimic!i
from aiiaeinia.��� My blood had almost
turned lo waler, and 1 wai very weak
and pale; iu fact could uot uudeigo
the least exertion. My appetite, failed
me;  I suffered   from headaches ;  if   1
their beck and call, ll.ilways Have
been pushed into that section from
every'(pulter. They have lhe Crow's
Nest Railway, Kaslo it Slocan, Columbia it KnotPiiay, Nelson A'. Foi t Shep-
paid, Pied Mountuin, Columbia it
Western, stretching their lines out in
every direction, bonusen in land and
inuney- in aid of thesr. railways, have
benn'Iavislily dispensed wilh a prodigal haudi
If olIiPl1 portions uf the-Province
had received the same lavish expenditures in aid of railway fiiciliiie.v-in
other undeveloped and promising .-*ec*
linns, the   resulm   would   have,   been
tpiile as pi-otiounced.     If the Tiibune | ^fi-y piMisfworiliv   niotlve tint h*i"< in-
diiOcil her tn ijive ihe .-ihrivi- statenietit
for tiubliciiliou.
JJr, William--' Pink Pills make lich,
i-ed blood, and give, tone to the nerves.
It is because of this that thevbiing
bright eves, , rosy cheeks and light
footsteps to girls who hive, been weary,
pale and Ihtie.s-- and had begun to feel
siopped 1 would become dizzy, ru.d
frequently suflered from fainling'.-pells.
I tried several kinds of nieiiicine and
doctors prescribed for tnej but .instead
of gelling better I was gradually
growing weaker and eventually had to
���discontinue going lo ..school. Abot.t
this tiiii-.1. T read lhe testimonial of sign;! whose condition was similar to
niiiie, who had been cuied bv Dr,
Williams' Pink Pills. 1 ihen de'cidtd
to try these pills, and have, evtiiy
leasuu to be gratified thai 1 did *o, ;s
they have co'iipie.tely lesioied my
health, Every one of'lliu symptoms
that had made my lite, so miserable
have dis-ipp'iared, nnd 1 a.11 now en-
joving as' good liealth ns any gii I of
my ti^p, could wish, and I sh-dl alwuys
have, a good word to sav for Dr, William,1 Pink Pill-." "
Miss McLell-in furilipr alnted that
while she was nut desirous i-f publicity
in mailers uf lhi* kind, she nevprihp.s
less fell tint her ospe.riotic'e, if known,
might be the uiean-v of blinking health
to'sniiie  oilier  -.uflVter, and   it ir. thi--
iinagines llie balance.of Urili.sh Coltlni-
ii.-i iii.iinlali'd has not, been as lichly
endowed vvilh nature's gifts 113 the
.section which comes within its sphere
of influence, 1 11:11 afraid it may some
day have a rude awakening. It is not
so long- ago that Kootenay district
elected 11 member vviili l.'l votes.
West Kootenay district, in ItiUO, only
that   life   was
burden.    Pale and
polled 157 votes.    Tt ail Creek mining ] anaemic  nir'h  every where shf.u Id give
division, in 1S9-1, only polled 10 votes, I these, pills a  fair it ial, as they tue certain   to  restore,   health and sitength.
At-Notch Hill i15 ^
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
about Irrilt! a tnllo from I lie station. One hundred illid lltty-tlvc ilcrci-. rno-tly rich tin tain
laiuli Kiiod luirl. cluarwl and ilmlnuil. f-iuall
(lwollinw hnuso containintf Hvo rnoiii".. liarn
mid liny shed, poultry |imi."-(.��. (."iilllu r-licil, trl=
litre, etc. Jluro land odjoinin-,' may no 'jbtamed
If rcqiiii-Ud.       ��� ,, .        ���       ,     ,
Kor- salo. also, Ul acres or excellent land nn
|i.lrt Of which is the lowas'.to of Notch Hill.
I'or iiiU-li'julili-d apply to
'j'ho cliru'iiiinij vf-iileniiiil and (j.inleii tract,
lii'iwt-cii rutlpiiw'.- nnd hony'.-i will be ^^lb���
div lilcd a- soon a.-i no.---*iulCi
G,   M.  SPSOATi
P.O. Uo-v l;'o. Victoria, 11, (.V
Notice to Subscribers.
The��� iivnnm-lw. of Uili Kgcitk'x.vY M.ill. ft-
qur.nt.v-tili^uribflr��i to lidvi^c lilm (if nil? lrft>-"l-
kiri!}' m ihv Cfylti vry uf rhcJr vej-yfe.
Jtrrnmpt delivery rif parcels) biiggmjej
etc., to any part of the Cily.
Any Kind of Transferring
All orders left at R. M. Stnytlie's
Toi 11 ecu Stole, or by Telephone, No. 7
vvill receive prompt uttrntion.
Por Sale.
Home   Grown-
The \ cry bo.it on tho market lo-iliiy.
A1--U Hr.-t i[iitiliiy of well core'.
Send order-; for siiiiic to
ItJiVKLSTOKli, 11. C.
The Kootenay Mail $2,oo
The Montreal
Daily Herald m'
and a splendid picture of
King Edward VII.   iB0:
TOTAL ���  ���' S6.601
H-ethat* the
Pink Pit
name IV. William;**1
'eople," is on tl e
iirouiitl every bus. (jold by
���ill rleiileis or i-eut piwtpnid at 'jQc. 11
box, or u.ix bo.\'f-s fo|-.o2..j0, by addre^-
in*,' the. lb". 'Villum-j1 Merlicii,.
lirock-villc-, Tint.     '
,\ 50-1 on hih'ei'-lcad smollcr, in good locality
��� for oiii-mriqi),    .-��� '  ' ���'������',,
For price und pai l!l.ni!ai> niijily to
' ''.-'���       ���������   . E.-A. HAGSSTV   ' ,    y
���    rJltllUK Knstinec!',  ' ,- ���'
;; H.*<'��fcWtf!i H!i Ci'
/ Orders left at W. Jt, Lnvvrouee'd    'v
���' irrorriutl.V attended to*
Tclgplionc Kg, M,
Thi*) i* llie (.'rent i"*.l i-olnhin.-itioii oiler ever
mnde by any 1'anrulian .Iniiriiiil. and im: arc
fiii-liiriril'i' iir fucui-lii),' thi; o.Mrln.sjvc privilege fui"
this dKtl'iel. The ll.iily Henilil in one of Cure
iidn''Kreiil impel-'. K-tn.blish'c(l in I SOS. it Iiii.-
luiiff been Ihe loirdinjf Liberal paper of Ka.ilcrn'
("iiiiailn. It Ih now a ^i-ent family rrbw-pnpur-.
��neli day (riving full novv.-j. .of the world, and
also duvoiiiiK liineh 'piieeto tiiui tors of pcouliiir
lnlcroKt, to the fiiniily. Its- commercial intelli-
KOiiec Ih ooinnlete and reliable ���
TUV. ICtNU'ri l'OKTKAIT Is the be-t over
publiHlird In ('(Hindu, uml will mako 11 liruirb
Mime addition to the walls of any library. It Is
product:'] by a new proecsfi and ir; not one uf
the lliishy colored poni'aitn so eoiiiiiioti. '
.AnHic retfiiliir prieuof llie. Itcruld i.s $3.Wlu
J'cttri lhe liberality of our .offer ia .-i'df-cvldent.
,A(kU"��s.i all urilern tu
TU�� JCootenay Mail,
The Discovery in Which it Resulted.
A ^'.veiirtiieii' oi'iifijr reepnily let
somo woik, not 1000 miles from llev-
flnto'if. In li'.e co'hi-m: of an afternoon
walk In: vi'itetl the .tci-ne-nt" operalion-.,
���ruid .vvmj.-surprised to, find, the foremaii
���lyin^'011 bis back . dreatiring of the
.ardentx spirits that .lluated arbuiid.
Xypir. him sat tiie men /en^n^ed oti the
jobj who had been ordered by''they'll�����
man to desist work, aa -he. said,there
vvp.s no hurry lo ^et through vyith it,
Wliun. pay-day came the men heard
aboul it, iind two, if nut three of litem
nre very sorry over t lie ci re u ni -st a n ce?,
The third threatens the -'scalp of the
uttichil. und .considers he hud no bu��H'
'wm tu. tnJi��j. tjjWHiw.i walks iii Uml
dir'Mkii'.i THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Ladies' Purses,  as;  ffigfiiS9  Other-wi-i' (lie l.ri������rane lo collier with '  Ni'. -2  with a v ii'*.v tu disbanding.    Tire |  .|)i-ose<-utioi'i. ���������oi'.;'t.i,ii.'-c'i|y '.i'c'jr .loss'es byl  i-aiii-cilati'oii (if 'in.sii ranee policies; and, j  sepa.ra1.ioir from the '��������� (,-ily were,"also |  .ilisrnssed. ���������;"' '' "��������� '-A '���������. Pp   .a . - , '���������:" ,  :��������� T li*.-many., fi'iemln"ot'./'iiYv M..;,Lijan. .of���������������������������'  11 re,; I a rot iind;, shoe stoles at Krilliluops  ami 'llevei-itok^y'vviir die glad to leaniv,  that, beyhi'is j-ociieeded,'in iiiakitig satisfactory; (ii'ria'n|r;eiiiei-if,s* -.wish' ..���������liis   ere-/  ;(liloi-S.v;',v-,'vvX '* ':'':  "':,..;:���������:)://';���������: X"A A: 'X.'. fifi  ';.���������,���������-'J.(i(ik: .into! XX; K'*' time I'lir-winter'  mi'ifitlii'ij;- "I'ia- '.iiieii.;'-.y;-Look:iyiid(i.!t.liei.'.  ���������;"'.'���������;')'-.- , ;���������";, v ���������' 'X: ���������'iy''X:'X ���������'.-'.';'.' ���������'!���������"'"'' Xvv.^iyiii-'ritsoi' our- lincvrfhd.yc'jti'il beli'iokin^  "'Vv, '/;���������Xpa //' ������������������/'/��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������./"..A���������:���������/������������������/������������������'���������'���������"...' /////,���������/������������������piiiX'1 yiiiii.'iiwir'la^tiiitr��������� sali-*ifa(-li(.ii and  AjylyaAijfAA^  '/'./������������������'.'���������A-y / '.PA'. ;'v:'-.'fi'-fiiXpyfi/:--'//.ApXp. N1^if,^is..:vv.liieli;-Viii>iiiv'y M.yle.y nnd������������������Hlit".  li'AX/x$Ao0r^  '"fififi; '"���������,        ' .':'::x-'"':''A.?; yAAa', ' , ���������}���������'������������������' '��������� [ ,- -TIts   nit'^iiini-i/iiy, t-i/ryico .utiLli-r   the.  '���������'A-"XAXx'-'y'":fiX''i:'[ AAXj'y/A'.Xyyi<p���������'n\ii\w\<:t>$vl'\\\u L. 0. L.'oii Siindiiy liist  y:,,' i'diigeX'oj/Xpr;ic'eps at the;-  t- pus: CRAPE C1C4M  0PTAf-.1>n  PO-.varf������  1 .-v r>.  ?_������'*��������� SbA*--*  et'Bodks  i s;iit- of tbi'ii- vv'i-.i'le output in Minno- '  i ���������  , apt Iia and -St. J'.iul.  ' j-"A *i knt orKicj;: i:kim!it.  j 'J'he following alMiact. from the  ,i Ol'.'icial    G,i/.'"tte   oi'   llie   U.  S. Patent  I Office  is   handed   ns hy Rowland Diit-  ] tain, ji-Kent attoi iii'.v, of Yaiieouvi-r :  j     During   the   week    ending   October  | 22nd, Ktil, 500 paleni-5 wer.i, isMit d,  12o belong to United State'-, 2 to Aus-  tiia Hiing.uy, 1 to JJi-lyiiini, !> to Cana-  i da, Oreal JJrit.-iin 5. 3'innci- ll.f-ler-  in-iny ,11, Z>etli<'i"l.-inds 1, New Sonlli  Wales (I,   New   /������'.',"land   1,   Norway 1,  j Ku-���������ia   1,   Sived'-ii    2,   and   Yictntin,  1 Australia, '���������>.  Y-'Highest Honors, World's; Fai^.'  A.C6l^AM6d^i;IAi^\vlriicAFciir..  SOCIAL MO/PERSOHAL  HP  i nil  mm  v  vj'di'r's X;ndd reVs:! dn' the, Iife.ntYtlic. latey  ;!vl.j.(l!!.'    (Jl^l-k(!vy\V;ilI;lCt'    \VilS  il tWlSti'l":,  y: piece of (iratoi yy.xJ^Iv^y liVtisit-;iJ porlioiiv  ���������! nl' tlii;:>-("i',vi(-i.xvviis. splendidly rendered j; ywVIj. ,I.fool  vva?! a visitor IdiKevel-  i bv'the; (���������oiiiliiiiecl',(-|iciii-s.ofyt.lie''Metlib- J ^uiIc'ti/on'.-T.it'esti������iry.'������������������,-������������������'yY\v'Yy.,,vY     -X,/"  WAXTEIJ-SKVEUAI..     I'Kli.SONS     OK  ' cliiiriiuter  and  koikI'reputation  in wiuli.-tiilo  i turn.' in tlii��������� eo'.inly reiiuii-ed^to repro-ent nnd  ��������� iiilveriNo  old    t-ttabliiliecl    wuiilthy  liiiMno-**-  '/:.;'A'vohl... .'flaking 'Povvilrr.-i'/: ciiiitriltihij? '.*���������    I-|miiii<u of 'Oiiud liiianeial f. a inline.   Salaiy Sid  nliii-i ' '"'ie--���������-ro'iiXiiriotis (-/lie'ilth weekly with expense-' iidditioiml, nil  i ayablo  ' '������������������    '   '���������'        ���������������������������������������������'������������������ in   e.-inli   e.ich   Wodiru-day  (lin.-et   from   licrrd  oilices, Hoi-'u ami enri'i.iL'O furnished, wlieu  iioee.w i".v. tieferuiicto. KneloM; self-ar'drei������.ied  .���������.tiiiiiiie.t envelope. .M.iniit'er, tUC C'uNlou  HtlildiiU, 01iii;iKr(i. "  iti~.lt.; mtu 1 Hn'sliyti-'ririn-i'liiii-fbes.-.  i\lr^ A; McGiv^11'   hu-yasaiii-laki'ii  f     ^,iUMIly;0  :Bdysisipk0"S.'G.;  :'\ :),:vVt,vtlie iiiecfih^.of ifie city (aiiincil 'oii'.!!'iip'..liii|" residence;in the,,city.; ,; '' !���������:.'������������������. ���������:,'  yj-'Kiidayx'A'l<l.vJJiin!-iii".,:,';ts;v(^  yj'i.h.e  'liiiaiicix'.foniiiiiftee, said ��������� Ihe-'ctily j ,, p}i xl/v XliiVi������=tla y'^ triiiuV  ;   ; v y; X  :  1v,,iyi',v������,r(l.-aw.i;jtHyyear  W&BMffiliM&M.  ryy-vxiyiyilnii^vC.^  X'x'-di'iil'i^nitijTis d'iacl.-:.:;;, v,:;.; ;���������_ X>'l.yy:'X/x���������.���������.���������'���������''  .^X' Gdlv'r!JxJ:!;'0^^  ���������:^'.'''--':'N'������i n'-r |V--f t;k jrhr^iV i h't:-:-.---iit*s l;H;: f*"'. 01 > ,| {������j������!7'.l������''!."������.;'  vv^yimnl e. v;XvvVvyy x ;-y xy v ^  iy��������� ''-'^v''i-'Miv''yvii"r:i.i'it"-l���������.y.iis'iyi'.'tn;.v!������ S:llial.',ili!^l.j)>Ji,'  ''���������' y,;"hils���������l.ii'eirspi'iiiy:..iii Kaihlorrps ti.'i^.year:  :*-%y;j .^ytiii- iViti'iil'i *i'.Lr^"!-JV ������r-iVl--.* ������iy������!l"**if1-V-������/������*;*,*-���������"������.���������.,' Hr'^'y.".'-": ";*.. "Vy1.  ;'.-;'V,;'yi;;I^'^S^wHs(iri'^^i'(p AA: f','1'-''''^''';.'''"  yx-;;fii������lX;" iltirry -ii.j5   \v irl 11-ytji:iv gri 1��������������� i s^ hT  v-xy'tiiue loi'"the riii'i:'(.in..lb('!in/.''.'-.-v',;.x;y!- yX  xix AiAa'AxXAAa A^yAA ^S^A^  ;.':V1 lieir hosjii|:M!y-i'!ii;ia(-l.:rsn: w:i'.hm lianif  v  ; ;LhiV-!������������������ An v (.i.f:'.t .1 /i*'."!'r.;i uie vv.of'k is'i I p..  f.iii:tiier:: (''xpeiidifiirivi-v The oiilybiisi- '���������'���������'  i liess done Axv'iis :,fo ..nilfli.ii'tji.ziiiil.ip'Ii'ts.iiii'i  ; Fii-r-f Sireeiy!iind (iii; (Jharlesiti'id'Doii^-  l;is'sti-iytsy,as iisked   by'|,ie!itibns,t(i!id  'thatxi\ir.y^iip|)iiiK. shoiiltl:yreetiffc..jml"i  .cci'iiy;nfy<ijH-"i^ir��������� iii)u^r-y-'x.^xAvXrvy ,vy':,:'y^ yyvy,...  /Aiinud)'/Report:  vvt'v iVpV'e^ ju-.|,'fvCH,ivt;'d.yi'bo:y;ii;inual  iypi..|.-..f������ri"iid v'!i;'ila,iice^-lii'i't,Xi;'fyTi!e 'vSlol*;  sons '���������; IJaiiki'l'MfXi !uj y'V',;si'.-'eiiilin)!r,..{ii.!.jilV;  30i;!ixyi.!s'lj yy A-i';yiliis;yis,;tiii' fbriy-sixlif  an una I repj'i I.Xniiice. iiii'ii'i porn!, bin -M <,'!';-,  siiii-i''"'|l;'i n.k .:i".-i ybneVif y| be,.'(ildi-styer-l r!b-j  li>heVi -'iiit-or pi filled���������'���������'���������i.i.-iyifks-: in the Do-  ii).iii'fiiii.vx';'rJiV' yii'iMu ty,yslio\vs 't-liat.,! lie*  i;.;i.;..'i'tri^f,-yt'iii;llii'S;bee.il a iiiirldv :sVl|.isffVftorl[t;  .capital.'  ?::y"yOrdy"i'"yOi;ii;w,!iitei';.ov-( iriial^ ��������� '^'���������i'.y^'yj <iiic:; I<������> Tii<������V,yUni-I<V:."tli^yyiv^ty',r;.'i"������Vit>K^  y:x^K\YilMi:rv^  .;;'.' y. \v-bi:kiiiiii'is!ii|!.,'vXyvyyy ^/.p; A/AXA'-'^  - yy'.x-Al3i\tkesiiiiiiiyMt/Qoiigally vvriSvknbc-keil  yyyoif:,:ii���������' c-ar^ai/.jtiie Nal<.iif*)i'iiirflySi\iidoti  y' line andvkilledly ���������'  v,':;v-y:yEvei-ytJr;iii*;.yiii  ���������'y.'.i"i'.;;I'.'iii-:.:y- F^uijjrt''cer������'E,Kil?'^yV.1^  'Iilapjlt*') -: id.-iti? Lii'rt.ycri i yyi!i.ir--������i ���������;iv^\v;.'tirtytf.,;;;.  ��������� yVVx; Pi-ict',- cif yG(iiiiapl|x,vyi,'t'tiyed last  liight'tiiyvvorkotitiieyhp^pifidyb  :.y',U'!y'-pyiyL'i\vis,y.'.^.;E  Bii'l-GciHge'sv lioit'e-ciii. MfKeiizie; Ave.  ;;'vJ-'jyFo.l^y (-mtrt 1* u11 f/���������(iifi iVi';ci'\y!ievid  ?iyyFrid;iy,:spend^  iiiivty'X ������������������'XxAyl-A'yAA:y-:X-A'X  A QX U i? y 11 ui lie AA |i'M( ���������'( cil ���������! f o i iy 111 rn  . ii i-y y c^j*i n^  t^fvx'&vycii-iilitii,:;;"'^;^;'^  .\Veclne;'iljivxyyxy:;yy'v������vyy;,yy:v.y;.v  -' F.>i>f'<-C;i'i;i;y y i'eiiii'ii'v(V,;;tHis inot-tiiiiff  i'i-������iiii, ;i .-.\y't't>ykT.-^-'yyi^iiisi"i'ii'H.'sVy-i-r:jv-,,;y-i>i'-;- L1 "^n*  Ok iiiui^iiAfi:fi'''fififi':'AfiX:.Afi/fiA.yAfi %'���������������������������'  !y?Gv;y;9^''Mc,%H^  ::\i.i"ii'if'i"ea I: yt'sf.'i:ilay oiriils"; ri^liirn Ji>tiJ*-  yi;ey;'tyivllevelsioki^;'vy;;!'-yyi'yyvvy.y;. 'y;.;;;';-y--/.  T.::;'.:Tii'yl"<>i'v'i'''.-fliv-iP;;-'-P.^y-jVi-i:.!V'"t������tl -;iri'-/Lii  WANTED  Advei-liMMiiciits tinder (his hcrullng  will be puhlirtlied ut one cent per word  per issue.  Wantkm���������JJy   .voting   KiikUs.1i    lady,  position   <i.i   tfovei'ness. -H.   SI.   Ll.,  Y. Y\*. C.'A , Vancouver.  FfitN'irsUion   Lloonis  to lei.   Apply to  11. Louaau  Wan ted���������For a  H.vaiiseii (Inn,  coin*  pies nil's cotiliiiiiiiif?;-lend, .-ilver and  /.inc.   Apply to E. A. Ila^cn,   lle\>  e'lStidie.  Wiintijd���������A tfirl   foi   hntis.-hnlil   woik  Apjily Konteiiay. Mail Oli'icc.  W.iiiteil,���������To   piiii'linsi't   an   iniprovcd  ranr h, conveiiieiil lo the cily.  Wanted---Yntiii;*   nran   who   In-  bad  sriiire  cxpi'l'ieiici" In a printing ollice.  Apply to the Kootm.vav A1 Ail.  PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES ANiD BRUSHES.  Miners Octagon Sleel, only Jessop's best kept.    Picks,   Shovels,   Barrows  Single and Double Bitted Axes, Cross Cut Saws.  Builders' Supplies���������.Nails, Building Taper, Lacks and Hinges.  HARDWARE ONLY, W. M. Lawrence, Revelstoke  Carpets-, Linoleums, Floor   t  Cloth*--, Blinds, Wall Paper,&u  Second     Hand    Fiiiiiituie  Bought and Solo.    Wan-house for ."Storage of Furniture at monthly rates.  'A ������r,t for P.'anos, Organs, and Cw.rg Machin s,  :e. s:o^7s7"soisr.  MMMMMHMMUHkM  MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING .,  if. nol in oitr line bill we have; now in slock lhe Jinost line of  Serges and Worsteds ever shqv\ n. You should always keep  a good black suit by you, sec,us before ordering '  A  j:'.:f;.i-'iiy:yon''"yMiihdiiyivyand 'yreturniMlx tt)  ���������VDiii'ing I lieyyerii-tu-t) clivid<-'"ii'ds,viNrc"ilisyi .'Tt'outy L.;ikt:'vonyThiii*od;i'y^ '' y /    .-:';��������� ..,"���������'���������;  ^ijy-l pei'^  i:x-yxyyy.y>yy -yyy ^x^y^yvw  tlV<> ^rcici'Vy^aticl^l>n^ {ya.Vpt urn V.f   0yju;! yycc-iyit yi^-r ;aJ1!1 Vi'^ ^ny )in;iij'i^^^1 in^'ctiscii^������ion:on jNlVthodism  '-: ];eryV:]iues. -fi-t'sli^iihdSatyVea^  x-xpTjcp^aS.;^  iy yxThivf-^v trniversa 1 rijiiiiciiigyoyei' .the  :%';yd''fe;ityniSTiUiiiiiiiny"iny;i,htyiNevy  .'��������� i'v'e'l^ctioi]siivy,>:Vv^;:y',y^:;'':^  : ':iX :XiX\AiioT.i���������( i w "\s};iv 1 i"r i'l id h"yp bei ng;.;.the  -:-' ^ving'oiBirthiiriyiyoui'vcustbiiiei^  pro.fitsy .yl;ii ;idi|iiion:loytlii'sevdi(\'ideii,d  IjiiOOiOOJiyiyiVf-'.addedyfrbin ;lhe juoftts tii-  tl'ii'-i''esei'v1evfu!iil,yvyiii(.-h vtiovy'standsyit  $2yionyOI)0,:(iiyS()ypi;'i":ctb.i'tyb|':.t4ie'B  err i'ital,-1 li,ii^y i'<"m.!!*.!.".)till iligyyt'-iie of,;, the,  ijs<>st:".-nIk-> .���������������'111 i.11:; i������>i.iik Jiit^-v;i;t*/si-'i-vc's 0  .yv:l'pr.Si.tiirda  yA'i-JH'ifk'thgvaccitleiit .liet'c-lliiiivciny  iX Vluyeevof vtlVeyvGi'iiiiby'ysineiier, vvlTrj,:  'fi    si it ui tiled' into it'pot. of i no! ten, -slag and  Yy.:died .lifter iHirrilile'SiilTei-ings.-y .\/Xpp '  Carpet  . JJ.ii'gnins���������Good    desiruble.  'Bank 'stalfy'lef't,- ihis vnioi-tiingv.oi-;,it  Jioliilay ;yti;ip.lq; vJiisydii'iiriiXyihyiNeiv  '.Bi',uiisvvic.k.-; 'XX'XXxXyfi'.'A,-)A.y'/Ap'.  '��������� vAj: the.ni'Ti in^-hft lio^oil y. eiiiinci.l'cin  Fi-idiivY Al.i.v-a!oti'riie:-'"desi-ribe(.iyyA'|d.  ^IjLKril'as'-yt'beyXiIvtiOT^^  ^tiii-'altli't'iiiaii/yvyy:,;''A'AxAa 'yyxy'Y  fac!-v-a iic-es ; ibyYtistoiiiei-s,, in creased''by.:  ,-':::'i:r'v:'\^V:-.; lJi-0 \y i.-i.^.rjit'iiiMiful-, -fiii^-'l^i-rclii y  abr.nty'!iiiVs������!.iii' aiil'otiuAX      AXxVyx ���������jyevi'iijiig:iVoinybis 1 rip'to ili.eyNortinvest  ,y(iy,tei i-il'ories a;:d left (in'Saliiidliy foi'lbt  'l'iHtiri'iriiK.'ildiuliiyi?-''.,.- .'���������   y^X'  ^c33������itii������tawij.J1-'wjlaiimai������wuijWMB*.**toirw*���������  j     "Ail is net gold that,  I glitters,"  Shoe finish covers Up  shoe value, and throws  you back upon shoe  I't'.eordt (i  The Makers* price on  the sole, seals his responsibility for what is  under the finish in���������  "The Slater Shoe"  o!o!oItIt|r!n  |e  EIQJCJB  U  S T  N|0|S|H  J  i  ,   r Wc will give the above rctnird to any person who vvill correctly tiiT.'ingethc?  ^ilbovc letters lo spell the nrnnesot three Canadian cities. Useeucb letter buti  police. Try it. V.'e will positively give tbe money away, and you may be the \  T fortunate person. _ Should there be niore than 1 set of correct answers, the*  ^ money will bediyided ecpially. For iii'luiice should 5 persons send in correcti  \answers, c-iich will receive $l*iO ; Hhould 10 persons send in'correct answers,\  Yeach will receive $20 ; twenty pct>nnn, $10 each. We do this lo infroclucnf  ionv firm and (roods wo.biuiclli? asquicklv as possible. SEND 2v"0 JIONEYi  V-VITII YOUll AXSWKK. This is it FUEIC contest. A postcfird will do. \  V ' Tllo^u ������lid Iravc i.ot received tmylliiiig from oilier contests, trv thii- oue. 9  0^.^H^fty^>.EMPIRE SUPPLY-CO.. ORILIrIA, CANADA.-^^'',V-^0  X  '<joody?ar V/elfed"  ^ i -|riTTlTTfirri~T 1    I  II IWilm  o. b, hume & do;  Sole Local Agents.  , AsiiiitlliH-iriiytlie Fresi(l.'iitil,,H,lhe|y'ryyi^yv  'iii'lei'ilion -of vt!he direi'toi's tri'steadily"! -1'' Ay  aiid to the rrsVi'Ve 'fiiiiclMi.itii;it'.'t.i!als;!;' xWvJ.'Twiss.v'of xKasln/vv^iio- repre-  carpet bigs'/' fill! y i'(ilU,'tresb  a fid cleanyl tifiav- .���������tiiiryi'inb-'-: of   the ���������'.'���������piiiti-'iipy. capitai/1 sfntd tlie Miitual yLife   of   Cariiida for  A Confidential Talk.  --  iAS  |J).|  m^AQmm  -^lOpo, ,nnt:'$:������)0f)'tis--���������i������pO*'t**il-.-'; ��������� '��������� ��������� ?���������--'���������-- - .'���������-.*':i .H'i?..iyi;f'3it-oty-i h^'.VJJ:-!i'i"k'V w-iii'i-lfiVV^ I  Y..-V'Tij.'mi^^^ I  x ivnd wiii'be oirsei-vedrisyib-iiikingniHllrit   Victoria'.' Viiiicou ver.r ,,nd-- K*-veb f'fiinctioii of I Iii-kuid^y.o.iilclxbe.cliiipnf?^ j  =���������' ��������� -lH>sihVrSs:'hor:liliiy.: ��������� ���������'-'."Kiiij,'* }yi'\iAvai:ti-<l.".-;-;,.&lukp,"''.- .* ���������'.';-..:';:'     :;.-.':"'''> Y,.":''- Y "*:' yx;xy:;Kbe-iii^t^ j  v Ymorrow reachts iji^'age of'sixty. ��������������������������� Yy ;^yy- yXyr-^���������-���������,^^ ^y-YxYi; xTheyHt.; - TKoiTiHij-/ D.(,i|y%>Ti"'|ii;c;S';,ss'i,i'.s'; j  ';::rT;x:Triyinr,''-M;P1iP:yxvviiB^as^ j  -y:hieetiiis"(if;siipp(ii'lci'^OT ,  ':-iiiKhtt(rii!-fre-tiie';app(iiiil:!ieiit-,i5f: LT.x vx X:x'ylX.irXX...fiX:XAXA^xXniti tW(fvc:'ht!di;en,::;ti������f',.spe,Kliu^it:fr..v |  yjAwXAnyGoACoiAiAhmXyX Y-'J y ;,.;,.,,:'' x '-;;'. /..x- 'Afifiy-X";'"' ��������� t-4<L?*./*riemwS; acqiiairilances; iuXhe i  :,--..,    v, .:      ;���������������������������;���������.,'���������������������������'���������'.���������:'     a ;���������;.-.-v- .���������-/,.,' -  ,i,    A ��������� -M.  IJs'O^n, ivhnviiu? ,trikcii nve.ry rj;ljj,-,,;;;!. (;itv. x 'Jr.- is iiliout ten veal's i  xyv;tc.r.ch,;.piiecLluuu!sa ;  ��������� ii' il^};i i-^f supply or��������� soiue.'ofrl lie. very, liest. v  ' il iiirirt- supplyo. *"W*.<������'.w*-^ F:Io,,seY:������-|i,icl. IipX ]y,AA the law-yam! few-yonn* nn'rlin |  i-eil.edies. ybprvt bu-p,t. Ibis nvlve,,;,^^ y^. -]o - (,XA<AAAd AX* zA ' AniAAAvisA^ c;l-i-a(e,-'ii,i;tncial '  lookiiis f...y a. ;(.-i���������--'. y.(ra,wicli.:LK,,K-i;| 1)iy ;lAAvAAArAi<i������xao Mi- boiisey .uccess,: Ail* XAit^AAA.^vAd \  13(.u>lv Co., Uev;.,-Uii.k.:, b.y t. ���������-,-,;_;'-_ - -'..,_. ��������� 1 _.-- _xy i., i"t-1,._ i������. -.VI -,^-s -_ -_f -t, ^-1:: i, r-t, ��������� i T-������Vf 1;..-_, >I *-/*. ti t i i iir- / v. -������'^ t s_t"i i "ti^-" ..pi op-wi^ies,' ..andvyiias   already \  X The   Ckaua-ar; ;: .Valley ..^tjiyii^.t' ":-J>0'.- a-. i_ "MV������s������:i'-:i.-: L-.-vksqiif^ \-irni'-. J-...-^V-: Srnft lt= :M'r-.-- f ������������������Lornt������Il'<.6v'f'j;-t'?:ii pr'tSvtVf'it'a-saLi^fjtct-or-y !  .:!fiU'.ityu's'yi''-r'ii;iilist-: jnilyiiiy: yi'nint  the ; ,*nndii<,*| ing; ihe  Victoria- oil acci.;!j'r;itYf y figure.     '.XX       A '��������� v.y . y"':yv ���������'''//'.   i  Y''innii'>issYsi/.!,;i>f in infolds ;i,r,il, car-iols,./ \rr   iJccnvii.'".' ������������������'���������" ''    -��������� X'i'���������        '������������������'."' Y -":.'���������'���������.������������������"-���������-,   .',-*'��������� '   . -','rY ':' ..' ,. A   , :  -.���������. ���������;��������� .\-:   ..     ,, :���������:.������������������ .  ���������������������������������������������'���������.  !.,.,.,.   '. * -��������� : -     'X-       .-, x v, x   b,i vs :i 1)'J o (; 1 --5-.1,: i Yi J net": -j'. -v ndrew  acai-.oad   ot   whic-li -i-as imported tins, .-���������..-   ,    ,.,      ���������������������������    ,.,   ���������?   .      ., ,    -  ,    -       :,....,������������������    -,        :    ���������.������������������:,...,;    ,.,   ���������'���������'.'.���������"'    i-  :,,.;,���������,    ,,-.;..;   ".. : ,,    ,.    ,'-.    ���������'���������;���������,-. x,J.   Crii \*   's-11 ber is . del I iiv*.- ia ax-'ood .������������������}.'. jto-senberger and .kiss Mary Anu'Iia ,  we/kv'-'v I. I. >j .\; i s lm- hi= d.-ii.-y stock, ��������� v ���������      , ���������,/.,-;��������� ������������������..-.  -.   =x-  ,,.*;���������    ;���������,���������., ..-. ������������������"���������. .��������� ������������������ ��������� ,, ���������.���������������������������..',���������,  '���������,-������������������-���������        '  fi-     ",   .'.������������������.-���������'- '--.-; st'ock of silverware and ��������� eiocXH in >i u Li������"..'���������IJv'ii'w ���������vvvre ���������-iin.i.tei.1   in- tne -i  ^     yU<-t.  yc.nj-ypr.^^-iriljc.:^' nUe.]. ai-ytlio; y c;,;,;t ioli (>rthf. Ciii-i^t.nmV i raclY.    ' - ���������  ' ; ui.Yti iiWriny lasl   rVAnii.K-  '��������� T*  . ,(.'.in.ii'.l.i.,Diuj,'. k   Diyuk .Ay. . /iAy . ��������� '���������'."���������   ,.-,   .      '     -   ���������������������������',,,..,.��������� ,l|(vny,-.U,.M.-.,���������,;f,,n,i^l   by, .11  >iic-i' ,i l.n-.-M --liiiiilV'iit' A !,e i;ii*-<--t di ir--'' ������������������     ,I'.-_"j:s are eir'_r-i.      .V t Y������ a.-H.-Joiyer* | ne ,;..������������������; .y.v- ���������-..,.',.,.-\ iv      ,, , .  ... ''-^ ' ���������.'i.i.ii,,!.. . npp.i.v .ot i ...i. |*.ii. -���������    l" "n- T.-     : -v ������������������ ,k....  .���������>..., ...      -    . .-: \\ i-iL-bt   of   br. ., 1 ,iul i   : J/i i'.,-t'V t.ci tan  -and Xil'v'-v*   Lii-ii    ll't"n   !'"i'-h   I!''.'' t-N''.-iliei-i-lia-n isa have to   iia V !- ;e i,-U-;i]|'t s 10.. X, ..,-...,        ,,-        ,'���������   ������������������      x ,',     .     ',,  -.llio   ai.v.iv ' m i p -iet .ji   i.i...,, -li.,.1. i   ,,    .-   ��������� ��������� .-���������       ,.--,'   -. ;    :.      ,   . i (jjniel),     .ih-,   J'o.--r-nl:i*(-^i-r  (> ihv well  'vv'i'ii ���������vi'iit 'v-i-.i ��������� '������������������-.��������� o- ��������� .    (;inllts a di|/.*'!l.    ' '��������� ������������������,.��������� ���������--.���������, :��������� ���������     ,''.::.   ' .  .'.'���������.'.'���������    ���������'.'���������;       ;',���������-..  ,  v\ ,i,ii vinr.���������.,i,'(. ,.    ; . ...-.'.  . i Y     ,.    ,-,.        y    , , x " known-jiiintn.^, jiroiiiii.ter and������������������bt*ad "'  W'e,, ha.V"   to" t bail!;   (Itii>; (1 iiji.l't.on,.,.i. ���������:I]11 -im'(->~s   is ���������.irpoi-tc'd   ;:'- e-vcfediii^ly [ \ h,.' I'ri.'peeiiu���������'.*<��������� exchi'ii-ijj'e.-- vvhili'lii-  ���������Minijl't-r-of  ihe   Inli'tior, I't-ir-a'c'i'py.of..| good in'i lie ciiy atlhi' pre'i-n't't iuie. '    '"''b rid'���������.���������..\i a.   pojurlHi-, 'accoiirpli.-ih-'il arid  r!iieA.������.l!as'r,f   We.ier-ii "l.-a.i.rula. i-,ueil *j '   j,-,,. vjj,,,,,.^,.; ���������f  VY }f;. f;!, vvrern-e's yi"������(bnr!.e  yutiii^  ladyY'f   this   city."  witb   a   view -to   adY'iti'in-   the >'<- ; ho i c! w��������� i- ,-> t'a 5.1 i.Ii nu-n r, i Y, n t/0< .l.len ! Wewi-h .Mr.  arid   M;^ IY^-r,|f,:,^i  ;;.*iniiT,-s.(.i tarw'-t. .    ; ^  >VlJ,ik',,,,-^j, - ,,���������;,, V,;.,,-,-.,. AtA Y������iUiy hi. iM-y-ytHr sol.vv.'dclMd irf^,    ,';  S.?e,lh- |;:.v.t?Vi;li-(ti:c Iioiii and car ���������    ni,vv, I, !T p,.T.;a l-jjaii k bloek tln-iv.  dle.shade.s   in -vvibdnw '.or ������������������the .Camilla ;'   ',,    ,,   ,,        Y  , ''   ,''������������������'.'  ���������,,,     .    c    ,,,���������., ....   ,    '-rr-A.    ,,.,.,. ,,x ,   .M,   bnivl h" b.-is'-iti.'K e aite  ��������� JJril-.'  iC   IJ in:-:   S.-ni',',     Iri-'.'c are rif-at v     ���������     .    ,��������� ,,.���������,��������� ..        ���������'������������������������������������.  ,  ,iii,   l  . ��������� ���������. Y.,.i'   ,i ,,���������,',,,;..;/,..;,-,,,, . to brssiuip on rrr>tb! r,ei-t with a. view. : ��������� . , .    ,���������,-.���������.'  ,.-uid t-!)'.' latest si \ h; (lout aniss gi.-i.iini,"; , '       ���������:..--.'      ...     ."       . ��������� ���������    .  v to -Mild11itr   stationery  Io. Ins. biisitvess. ��������� '   -"^"T  ';.y[je -niso' intenils   Kcepiod   a,   slock oi/.,    ']/});.,   jjfve'sl.oke.   f.unilief ���������.Coiiiiianv  Where their; ^u-l.oinHVdesiiv H. and,: iu.;ulds nf sort di inks  vvhich ,tin*'-FJev.e!,.,: |,avo ' nrVi[n^,t\ i;, , | !;'l; irr, ';i' sbi'ting  Arc you risking lhe loss of  lui.'ikh and life lo save a few  dollars that should be spent  iii buying the tiecessat-y dru^s  ���������to build, up your health and  strength ? Which is <the  more precious���������your health  or your money���������which ?  When you ha  riy'hl decision, co  pure drugs aud medicines  f^'',George P, Curtis,  LIMITED.  Wholesale 'Hardware, Ship Chandlery and  Mining Supplies. ' ���������    " ���������  Hardware Department, C-1C-12 Cordova Ctr&et  Ship Chandlery Depai;t"mentr0-10 Water' Stree  ancouver Engineering Works,'  Iron  Founders,  Boiler' Makers  and   Machinists,  '    Siincesaors to ARMSTRONG & MORRISON.  ���������U'crliavc the mint coiniilctu luACUlXK SHOP anil FOUNllRV cqiniaiiLiit ivest ofTorciito  for tliu iii<iiiiifai.liii"j vi  Hydraulic G.anis, Riveted Steel Pipe, Grizzlies, Riffles, Ore Cars,  Ore tickets, Steel Wheelbarrows, Stationary, Mat-it-.e and Loggihg  Engines, Steam Pumps,  Marine Repairs, Sheet Iron and Steel  Work,  AVu Lave in Mlock fur immediate dflhei'.v J:olbl-:itf!. 1-.yGl.Vi->', 1'L'III K, OI!!-: CAhS.  Wirrcrci.H vltHOWS.inil ?IIN1.\U mill SAWJMLI. MAPIIINKUY of every description; ftljo  HOiLKItTUniW, WliUUGHT I HON 1'Ii'IC anil l'lTTl.NLIS and ENOLNliJiUS' UKASS GOODS  lUidSL'l-'PlJKS.  t,'oi-i't'--iioiKlci)c'u solicited and etirof iiii}' uUcIl led to.  OFFICE"AND WORKS-Foot of Heatley Avenue,  Vancouver, B. 0.-..'  '������>nC"WK-<B ���������^Jutt.****1������ =���������  avc made the i ^0;!ibl\^ .y tP^ '*���������- .\\S  omc hero for   ^^r$,2 A"-'-&'y'''���������'���������'���������'\\  li;:,:. ������������������-'  rfl!  Measurements ���������  ti}- ii mini \Uio l;iU)-v.s how, elirrl'til  L' cliliiilK liy an  cxpcrieii'-cti   culler,  careful iii.il-.iiii,' by nUilifnl lailors ���������  tlln5c arc tin- i-ca-uii-r why our glir-  inch I.s always III uull, look well, and  wear well.  \Vo have youie blirf,'ain*- in heavy,  ti'uiglil siult prillcriiti for Kail. Will  youlouU at iheni,'  Twsed Suits $15 ; Tweed pants $3.50;  Ecaver Overcoats $18,  "Tho Druggist,"  Sii.i'iy'tur)!' lo Th". Md). A.  REVELSTOKE STATIO  J U Gressmap, Revelstoke, R Q,  ^������������������-*?    O A- -^  ft ^-^ __       -,,, -     | -     m     , ,     tail .������tnTn  Tn T    -      r ' "' *'     " ' ���������������������������-.-,.  ,--r  ��������������� "���������    WvifSht "porritt,! PATENTS J^S.  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