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 I) I  Provincial Library  ,./,..   <���������/- "^6>y.  v     -^     i,  //���������<  yt^-i  ten  RYEAD:,BY-. ,:: .  5,500  Y ^  .7  Vol. 11.���������No. 34  ���������&���������  \o: /  READ.-.BY--  5,500  ���������&***'w  Of  REVELSTOKE. B' C, NOVEMBER 10, 1904  $2:00 Per Year.  WAR.  Kuroki Reported Killed-Double  Tracking Siberian Railway-  Russian Internal Crisis.  JUST  ARRIVED  ,< * * i  'a  ���������A!Fine assortment of;  Dress   Goods,   Ties,  .' ,".,*������,. *    -,'.���������*> .,,><���������������������������    '  Blouses, Fall aiid Wiii-  ter Coats, .also* a new,  '.'   '       ���������   .*    ���������i. --" ���������"   - y ;������������������>..G'  -and complete stock of ;  Men-s Boots and Shoes,  r r    ' ' l*y  Hats^ Caps &c. ,    Gall  - ,    i i> i i        i,  ,        and inspect.  "��������� 0  TAYLOR BLOOK, McKENZIE 'AVE.. REVELSTOKE.  ,. Mail  'yOrder*"'  * Dept." . '  GrB;IWll������&  ' Write  "v -���������������-For'  r  Samples  " y   ,-y     , LIMITED.'"      y        '    ���������   ���������  DEPARTMENT /STORE  When 'good dressers find astqre where  they can buy clothing'  , that suits them  they  " tell one another about  it.    Our. Brand  20th  CENTURY  CLOTHING  is creating" this . kind  of talk. Original designs studied out and  adapted with great  care to the demands  of particular wearers  oive our garments  .smartness.  Hand work by tailors   makes our coats  hold the shape.  '    No more lining canvass or work could be  put  into a suit by any tailor.   ,  Come in and let us talk with you.  New gcxxls arriving daily.  KUKOKl KKPOKTIIIJ  Kll.I.i:!).       * i  Moscow, 'Nov. 12.���������A' Russian war  corespondent of the Associated Press  telegraphing from Mukden says the  report of the death of Gmeral Kuroki  is confirmed.      ~ ��������� "  According to his vcision a splinter,  of a shell struck Kuroki, tearing out a  portion of his 'hieast and abdomen,  lie died October -111), anil his body was  sent to ".Japan. ,     ' '  ��������� The .lapanco deny report of   Knro-  ki's death.     . 'i'  iiouiii.i: thaokinci haimvay.  St. Petersburg, Xov. I'I.���������Tho official'  luinounccjiu'iit  the, enipcior  lias approved ^ho  plan   for douhlo-tracking  the Siborian railroad.'  '    IXTIJItXAl, CKISIS.  - Russia ,is Jacrng a gieat internal  crisis which, in the minds'of intelligent Russians, overshadows in limport-  ancb all questions relating to foreign  politics.*-'A. new, broad and liberal  movement,seems not only under way  but gaining momentum daily, unci the  best featurcof-it is that it is entirely  divoiced from-any radical revolutionary propaganda.      *>' ,        ' i  Port Arthur is expected to capitulate in two weeks.   ( . r ,  The Russian1 warship Gramboi' ran  on a rock at Port Arthur.      ,  s ,  ��������� A Russian " torpedo boat, run 'the'  blockade at Poit Aithuy and reached  Chcfoo wheic hor'oflicers blew her up.  The Japanese war loan of '$30,000,-  000 was'Siibscribed ten times over in'  London. ,      "      ^     .     ���������,   '  * ~>  CONSERVATIVE  MEETING  Addresses by Premier McBride  , and C. H. Macintosh: ..   ,  ,1 Hunk you li.nl  Lung   Syne.",  Tl  SHOCKING  :%Yy   AFFAIR:  * ' > - S     * T I  A Family Murdered and Burned  Auburn, Cal., Nov. 12���������Julius  Weber, "his wife their 19-jear-old  daughter Bertha,* and their son Paul,  aged 14 years/were murdered Thursday night by an unknown assassin,  who set fire to,the home in an' effort  to cover bis, crime. Before the fire  had made ������~any great .headway tlie  bodies of - the ��������� women and children  were rescued from 'the burning house.  Mrs.' Weber j njid>.herwboy_ "were*.still  alive,'but died-almost as'soon'sis tliey"  reached the air. ������'   -' ��������� "<  A-son'has been * arrested for t'ie  murder. ���������"      ,.   l     .    .' .  IMPERIAL BANK OP CANADA  Cuiiiliil Aulhorizocl, S-1,000,000.   Uiwitnl Paid Up, $.1 000000     Host, e.tBO.OOO.  Heuil-Ollico, Tokon'to, Ontario.  Unmclio-, in tlio Noi-llmiM Torrilonos, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.  Ami   Lho following points in   Ilnlish   Columbia:    ('r.inbrook. Golden,  NoKon, Uovalstciko, Trout Uiko, Vmicouvor unci V ictnri.i.  'P  ll llruniri   I'rosiriant. 1). II  Wii.tut:, Vico-l'rosuluntand Gunonil MnmiKor.  ' IS. Hay, Assi.stiuil'.Uonuriil Miiiingor.    W. Moffat, (JInof ruijiootor.  Revelstoke Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  Savings l)op.irtiiioiil���������Duiidsil*. Hocuivoil mill lulurost AIlnuiM.  Drafts snlil iiMiilablo in all parti of flimiulu, United Sliilus .mil Europe.  Special ultoiition ifivon lo collections. A. E. I'miM'S, MmiiiRor.  TUNNEL  COLLAPSED.  C. P. R. Line Blocked on Fraser  '    River.   ���������  i- ���������  Owing to the collapse of. a tunnel  near the crossing of the Fiaser liver  No. 1, which left Vancouver Thursday,  has been unable to get thiough as ycfc  and there may not be a train for two  or thiee days. . ,-t'he Company are doing their,utmo.-t to make'connections  as rapidly as possible but at the time  of writing there is" no definite information as to when the line will be reopened. ,  thFlardeau.  * A Cheery Outlook."  Mining Review:���������We believe a new er.  is dawning for the Lardeau country  The successful operations of the Silver  Cup and Jsettie L. mill' and opening  up of new ore bodies in those famous  properties is a demonstration of the  fact that the ore' goes down. The deals  reported during the past two weeks  whereby properties are being taken up  on working bonds uith a guarantee ol  a large expendituie in development  gives a juncuei! confidence in the  ultimate result. The operations of  ���������the'Chesnut Hill Mining Co. operating the Lucky Boy*are turning out  even better than expected by the management.' The Great Northern have  decided to add another ten stamps to  the Oyster-Ciiterion jnill which will  double its capacity lit very little moie  expense, and their statement that the  Poplar Creek properties will be worked  \igorously is all news of import..nee  ��������� The Conservatives held a meeting  last night when addresses were delivered by Premier McBride and ,0, IP.  Macintosh. W. XV: Foster picsided  and invited on the platform rcpichent-  atives.of the U horn I , and Socialist  parties. ' Mr. ICellie went up to lopiu-  sent Mr, (Jallihcr, and staled although  the Lilioiiil'coinniitlce had wished to  have a speaker at that meeting they  had been unable lorget, information  about it till the evening before. The  chairman said he had advised them as  soon as lie, could and they would be  allowed half tin hour for their mini.  Pi-pinicr ^McBride'met with a decidedly chilly reception, rellccting that  Hovelstoko is ,in sympathy .with the  dissatisfaction feltagainst'.hiin and his  government by the rest'of the province  He tiigc'd that C. ���������JI.'.'YYMaointosh be  suppoitcd and'condciimcd' Mr. Cin 1 ]i-  h'er's leprcscntiition of'Kootcnay. He  insulted the lumbermen)of' Kootenay  by saying-the -LiberaL'party^had now  bought their suppprt for Mr. Gallihcr.  He condemned the Grand Trunk rail-,  way scheme as likely to be di-astious  to Kootenay, which would be defeated  in coiiscouence "This narrow-minded  ,   .,.    . , .���������     .1  and   idiotic  statement coming from a  premier, whose '-interest it should  rboy , to-- ace the whole - province  developed, fell on* deaf'. ears\ lie  condemned Senator '' Templeman  for withdiawing' his motion that  construction, bejini at the Coast simultaneously with the rest-of the dominion, lie condemned those who,urged  the Tories to__thrpw up'the sponue in  Kootenay, andTvaVcareful to refiain  from telling the -audience'his own'  government had urged Mr/Macintosh  to withdraw and not expose tlie weakness of tho party. '.He>'went into  ancient history and the memories of  Sir John'A: Mncdonald; as if his party  had nothing else to offer but the dead  past. Ke asked''what advance had  Itevelstoke'made since 189(3, when the  Mr. Palme:  sing ',' A old  sickening..  ��������� Mr. Macintosh  trok the liiiii nntl *-nl  down. .   ,  Mr. k'ellie echoed the sentiment of  Iheaudienee when he remarked Macintosh had made a very poor i-liiming  Gallihcr' had supported iii.piovid.  labor legislation ai.d hud ehalli ii^cd  them to refer to Mr. Hall; who looked  after railway ; labor legislation ai  Ottawa, as to whether he had'not done  SO.' J   , ' ' ' ,  Mr. Nettle asked Mr.' Macinl(i*.h if  he did not think tliefan- wage schedule'  introduced by'the Laurior government  in all,government contracts a benelit  to the workers, o ,        '      ,  '.Mr. Macintosh 'did not, ' '  ..���������' Premier Mcllrido then gut on his  hind legs, but never said a won! of defence of his actions in twice raisitigtlie  license on timber limits, or.his lircuch  of faith over mining taxation or thu  railway session, attempting rather by  subterfuge and' forced tilleinpts, n't  joking to turn -the laugh against Mr.  ICellie, whom he accused of instilling  tlie Italians, the railroad men, and  everybody else, charges < (bat' weie  utterly ahsuid and untrue, nml done  with McMride's cliaracterisiiu trickery,  of dclilicrarc -misrepresentation' and  distracting the 'attention ,of' the  audience from, the* serious and' un-  answei'a'ble.charges which Mr. Kellie  had brought against him'       -        '  ,  The 0premier' evidently 'felt' keenly  disappointed with the meeting'as moII  as the candidate ��������� and, the-'meeting  closed without an attempt at a. cheer  for the premier or the candidate or the  usual couitesy of a vote of * thank's to  the chairman.    , . i   '  NEBROS  O y     '  WKALIOKS IN      ��������� '   , *.,  Choice-Groceries, Flour, Feed >ancl-Vegetables  of all kind-..  Crockery, .Glassware, Lamps,'Full Stock'of ^Aluminum/Copper; Enamel and Tinware ���������/  EVERYTHING IN THE,STOVE LINE  O _ 1 ft j  -' ��������� , 'Pipes, Elbows,,Stove Boards, Grates  Agents foi; MeClary's Famous Stoves.   , '  Prompt Service for City and .Shipping, Orders  ,. 'revelstoke, b. 6.   :  GALLIHER'S  WORK  FASHI03STABLE    TAILOR^  ���������*���������*-.. J;-  Why the People Should  Support Him.  Liberals'" came   into"'power?    'Thus  McBRIDEISM  Seriously Hampered the Lumber Industry.  Premier McBride, as- lepiescnting  the Conservative party in the Province, is wonderfully inteiestcd in the  welfare of the lumber indust.y���������at  election time. Yet it was under his  regime as minister of the crown that  the land Act was amended to cinch  the lumbermen, first by niising the  annual license fee from ifoO to $100 a  limit and reducing the area from J000  to 010 acres, and in the second place  by again increasing the annual  license fiom to ifllO at the Coast and  .f 1 IS east of the Cascades.  The history of Premier McBride's  connection with lumbering legislation  is that he would kill the lumber industry if he could by steadily increasing license fees and taxation, and it is  that policy British Columbia is sull'er-  ing from today.-      ��������� -  showing his gross ignorance of condi  tions' here when the townsite win  completely tied up because of disp'uitd  titles ,He.knew so" little of this cit_\  that he_ did notrknow.it was the  Liberals who straiglitened out the,  titles,. and *it,"was "Only since then  ���������Eeve.'stoKe has 'made.bs growth.^^Hc  told his 'audience that but for tbe.  wickedness of the Liberals Kevelstoke  would be city of 10,000, and tlie audience smiled afii remark worthy'oi t lio,  meanest intelligence in' the province.'  "Why is it"'he asked. w'tliat out  industrial life Ms thwarted?" but he  forgot to icply "because of the maladministration of the McBride. go\t*i n-  ment." lie condemned the silvei IimcI  bonus aud added in the bitterness of  his despair tit another prospecthe  Liberal victory in Kootenay "This  miserable bounty has been given us  by a niisuiable guMiinmcnt," a rein.uk  which developed a contemptuous tittei  through the audience The province  was taxed to its highest notch be  declared; but "did .not ^complete, the.  sentence by adding it xwaV Tie who had  increased ihe taxation.  J. M. Kellie met with a much bettei  reception than the premipr. Mi.  Kellie scored heavily against the  piemier when he pointed out it was  during Mr. McBride's contiul of  government* that the license _ fee for  timber limits had been raised to .fLOO,  and the area cut down from 1000 to  640 acies one session, an I at Inst  session-he^ (McBride) atttemp'ed to  further, raise the * license to If 150, a  proposal that laised a storm from the  lumbermen and he hud to be content  with making the rise $I<I0 at the  coast and $115in the interior It was  the Conservatives who took the duty  oft' lumber.' He condemned Macintosh's connection with Whitaker  Wright and showed how Pi cm ior .McBride had iujuied the mining injustry  by retaining the 2 per cent tax which  he had promised to rectify but had  failed to do so. The premier had hImi  buncoed the house and the -people by  piomisinga special session to consider lailway legislation and never  calling it. "What has I'rem icr McBride done for this section of Kootenay?"'asked Mr. Kellie. He has  taken out of it $70,000 iiioioperaniiiini  than he has returned to it in public;  expenditure. (Ringing Chceis). The  same premier only held powei by a  fraud on the electors by pii*\cntiiig  the Forme recount. Mr. Gallihcr had  done moie for Kootenay than all the  Tories who ever went fiom B. c.  (Cheers).  Mr. Mackintosh ga\o a niisei.ililc  account of himself, and shortly alter  he began speaking the nudipneo became thoroughly tired of his address  till half the hall consisted of empty  benches. Half his address lel.ited to  to the doings and sayings of Sir .John  Macdonald, and the othei half in  abusing Gallihcr. He made no statement on the issues of the day except  he would put duty on lunibei uijd lead  to, protect those industries, accused  the Liberals of once proposing to  annex Canada to the States, declined  how he loved Kootenay better than  any place tn Canada, though he  thinks so little of it that he makes his  home at Ottawa. That G.tllicr was  committing a fearful crime in attempting to dredge a channel at Beaton,  where the wind blow the sand back  into the lake as fast as it was taken  out, that Gallihcr had played a confidence 'game on him and had he  known it was coming he would not  , have been a candidate.    ��������� ���������  ' No one questions the hard work W.  A. Galliher has done for his constituency since he has represents! it in th  House of  Commons.    Mr. Galliher is  a worker. .Here is  the record, of'his  'list.-sessions  work for-the benefit of  Revelstoke Hiding alone, without considering what  he has clone for  other  parts of his constituency:���������  '  .   i\uly mail service fpr the L.udeait���������'  a verylmpo'rtant ii"dvnnco~    "~ ~  ' Authorisation of dredging of chiiiine  at Beaton.   '   '"   \ >i   4'    . " ���������  "-- Appropriation ...for.?' dredging''���������and  other river improvements at Arm  head to enable the lumber companies  using the Columbia River to operate  all the year round, .estimated /cost  $1,500. _        , ,  Columbia      River      improvements  above Revelstoke, '$3,000.,, fl  Improving river channel  at.  Revt  stoke, $10,000.  .' Mr. Galliher also did hiVutino'-t lo  get an appropriation for I lie I rain way  past Death Rapids so as In enable _a  steamer to be placed en tla- upper  river, a .swork absolutely n'eccs*-.!ry to  the opening of the upper cniintiy and  of great value to Revelstoke. ' IL  would have succeeded in getting it  had tiny such subsidies been included  m^Jiist season's appropriation",- but  there~Wiio-iint. Mr. Galliher guarantees to secure atVappi-oprialion tor tin-,  woi k at the fitst oiiportiimtjT" TIT'e"  man who works and does thmu>. should  be supported, and that man is W. A  Galliher.  CLAIM JUMPING.  Let Lardeau  Miners Condemn  it by their Votes.  A. II. MucNeill, the Rossland lawyer, wlio has been behind T.uighea  along in the claim-jumping case, now  is ieported to have,stated that he in  tends bringing an action against GoN  Commissioner Frasei for aliened malicious prosecution of TanyliP The  miners and piospcctois of the Laideau  have son.e idea of ,thc damage this  lin^itioii has done lb.* P..|il n e'lnp  .mil lhe L.udiMii gi'iiei.illy ,Mi M '������������������  Neill is stumping thu southern <-.niu  tiy for Macintosh, the Con-en.il i\e  candidates,'and the mineis and prospectors of the Lardeau have theoppni-  tunity of their lives to show wlieihoi  they appiovo MaciVeill's cniidiiet hy  vnting for his candidate or coi.demn it  by plumping against the candidate  whose cause ho is as warinly espniiMiiu  as he espoused Tanghe.  .1. II. McDonald lias bonded to an  eastern syndicate the Tvanlioc gmup  of claims for a consideration ol $'25,-  000.  BUS  Y  This is a busy drug stoic fiom  the time it opens in the morning until it closes at night.  There is always "something  doing" heie.  Wc never find  time  to stand '  around and suck our thumbs.  The very fact that we aie so  busy is a good icason why we  should be busv foi YOU,  Walter Bews, Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  Noxl Hinno's Block  1  Macdonald & Montieth, Revelstoke.  Carpets & Linoleums  At R. H0WS0N & Co'S  FURNITURE S'  FL'N'KUAI.  DIR1CCTU1  AXD KMIiAUIKRis.  PICTURE  FRAMING  THE MOLSONS BANK  liicor[xir.itc(l b/ Act of Parliament, IS-Vi.  1IKAD OFFICE  W.M.   Mt)I.SON  iMACl'llKKsn.v,  IJres.  .lA.MI.:rf El.MOT,  General  MONTREAL.  S. H. Ewixg, Vici'-Pres.  Manager.  CAPITAL PAID UP  RESERVE -  Everything in  neces-ary delay.  Interest credited twice n year  deposits.    -,      $3,000,000  -'      $3,000,000  ���������iy of hanking  business Uans.icted  without unit current rales on  Savings J3ank  W. II.  PRATT, Manager,  Revklstoke, B. C. THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  Zbe IRootenav ^H)aU  J'UULISHKIJ  S.VTUHDAY.  ( ,      ���������Al ���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  1     $2.00   Per    Annum  Subscription  \1JVKHT1SING     KATI'.S     on     tijiplluition  " ClinnKt-- in -tfliHliiiK .ulveili-onicnts mast  dc Inbj On. in. Wednesday of each wculc lo  -cciu-e jcooil di-nlny. SlnnditiK mlvoi tii.lii(,'  nintttr vil!bceliiiii(,'C(l u\icon.month William cxtm clmiKu , l'"or more nuciueiil  nllcniUons llio time oeciiliied in imikliiK  Mine \ull be charnod nt. usual niton.  JOB 1'IUNTING proiniitly'oxcciiteilalioiison-  * able rate-..  TERMS���������Cusli.   Sub-emit ions payable in iul  ',      vance. .  COItUKbPOXllKNC'l'Miiulecl   o iitlors of  public iiiluri-t. C'oiiiiiiuniCiitioiih to I'.ili-  tor must be attoinpanied by iiiitnu of  wnlcr.'iiol nutos-Jii 11} for publication, lint  -c- evidence of wood faith. Coi respondent*  -hould be liuef. _,   We rcquest'oui* numerous roadors to  Iuvop us with ,thclp assistance in  making- the KOOTENAY MAIL tho  ' most valuable advertising medium  In the Kootoimys by KlvinK' tho  'preference when making 1>"������'-  chaso-3    to   those   firms   who   nro  : roffulnr nciuei'tlsops in tho KOOTENAY WAIL ,     ^ ^       lr\T{.~M OKU ISO N.  \)      , I) JO NT I.ST.   '  '' (In iei.: ,  oviiK  m:u'5  uuuc stoiik.  ,11  AHVICV, McUARTKK  AND IMNKIIA.M,  HAIlKI.S'll"'llS, SllLll'ITOIlS. H'l'd.  OKKICKS :     JIOUSOS8    Hf.Mc'   IH.OtJK. 'Kl.VI I.-  SIOKI.,"ll. U. n  ' Money to loan. ,,,���������.���������.,    ,',,,'.  Otlltos: ItevoMoko, It. U.; Koi 1 .Steele, I !.'<..  (Inn. S. JtcCAItll'K.  A.  Jl.   I'l.VKllAM,     '  <. UeveUloke, H. V.  A. llAUVHV,  i Kort Steele, H. (J.  J  OIIN   MANNING   SCOTT    B! A.'  L. L. B. , , '       "  Babuisteh, Solicitor, Etc.  t L  First Street''. ; Revelstoke, B.U.  hind and Airowhoiicl linvesot n lino  oxsimple to their neighbours by  tho iiuuijJiiiuUiuii of 'debuting  t-ocioties for the winter niontlis,  and other towns and villains illicit  well follow suit.  I). V.'iMoU, tlii; well-known hiin-  lieriiiiin of Pernio, is admitted to ho  ono of the most lovcl-lioatlod men  in the 'province, and speaking tit  Feriiie he showed cleaily it was llie  niiil-tulniinifeti-atioii of the Molii'ido  ^oveniniont which lind' injurcil' the  hinibei'' industry ratlier than the  liuifl question, i'erhtips the friends  of the iMcBi'ido govornniont will  now do tho Liberal party tho justice of placing tho blame wheroMt  belongs. '  The Tribune remarks: "Judging from the election returns, the  woikingnion of Canada ate entirely  sntislied lo act in election campaigns with the Old political  parties; that ilium is no clesiie lo  set up a party that will he exclusively labor. There'wore no  labor candidates in the oiislein  provinces, and only ono (I'uttee of  nVin'nipc") in the west, and he lost  his deposit, although ho had,served  i wo terms in the house of commons."  E  DWATtD A- UAQCilSN,  . .-*-"��������� .  i        i  Mining Engineer,  (Mem. American  In-titule Jlmliif; Knuuiovis)  (Mom. Canadian M1111111; Institute )  '*   ,   Kkvblstokk, B. C.  Examination of and repoils on  Jhnei.il I'io-  0 ponies 11 Specialty.  Sticcer-s that deponds Jipbn. loss,  or injustice to,*or failure ,of, some  one oKu, is the success of the thief,  tlie sliigger, the   robber,   lhe  highwayman, 01 murdei-ur.     Never try  to  succeed  by.  merely  striving to  injiife0or'dosti'oy-your < competitor.  Such success is not permanent, has  no sure foundation,    ''hive and Ict  live'.'is  an   old   and   wise  saying,  the neglect of which has cost many  lionit burnings   and   more failuies.  Men gun era My   have   all   they can  do lo conduct  their own   business.  K. T. Kingsley,' the Socialist  speaker who will addiess a-mecting  it   Kevelstoke iMonday, is'reported  TThf 'ffrnOtenflY? '/IDni'I   lls ^''"S <a N^������'> (hat a   toyolti-  U/UC  IKUl'tl I ������������_K.J_,,^l__l   tion ;,,,������, coming either by the fru 11-  SATUKDAY, .VOVIO.MBHlt  19,  1(101  Liberal Candidates  The following candidate* for election  to the   House of  Commons aie in ��������� t he  -field with the approval' and   endoi������a-  ' tion of the Liberal patty ami t.lic   I-.il'-  eral go-'ornviient and   wi ask foi them  "���������th'e*support at the polls ol all  elect01s  ' who aro in favor of patriotic, just ,1*11 ci  progressive government:  Yale.Cariboo--DUNCAN ROSS  Kootenay--W. A. GALLIHER  With the price of lead at ������13 10--,  and copper at 14c. and silver clo^e  on the 60c. maik mining men  should.be in good spirits. The  prospects of the mining industry  never looked better than they do  todav.  The Globe remarked : "All the  reform measure'; that have made  this Province what it is have come  from the Liberal parti', and there  is still work for it to do. The woik  of Liberalism can never be finished  so long as human natuie is   on thei represent   them   for  the  next five  c-hise power or b\ force of firm'-, lo  which he added ."'and'I don't I'sin*  w Inch." It i'i' the business of every  good citizen to sec that tlio day  '.hall novo," conic when Canadians  .hall curse the land by the shed-  ling of.each other'- blood. If hois  conectly reported'M r. Kingsloy is  of tlie (evolutionary type of Socialist whose next stepping stone is  nihilism and anarchy.     '     <       ������������������'  ngainst.'e.xliihii'.  the "world   shoulc  The fact tliat the exhibit, of  British Columbia ft nit canicd oft  first honors at the I loyal llortieul-  tmal  Society's   show   in   Mug hind  finm . n 11   puis of  ">e 11 great incentive tb the fruit industry in  this province. Here is room for  thousands of fruit-growcis, and the  day .is not far distant w hen the  OknnagarT Valley from Mara to  the American boundary will be a  second California so far as fruit-  giowing is concerned, while Kamloops, Ashcroft, and other sections  ���������will probably also 001110 to the  fiont 11s fruit-growing section*.     ,  WHICH SHALL IT BI-:.?  Tho coming week Mill determine  as to whethei Kootenay and Vale-  Cariboo will fall in line with the  rest of the dominion and elect  supporters   of   the government to  wrong. In saying this wc do not  mean that constituencies which  have returned Conservative incni-  bei'S need not look for 11 shine of  public money whcie it is shewn to  be necessary; but, tit the same time,  wu'niiiv as well recognize the fact  1I1111 tliosc friendly lo��������� the government can exercise moie influence,  in a legitimate way, than those  who opi osc them on all occasions.  Yale-Cariboo and Kootenay  more than any other constituencies  in Canada wc know of, with theii  wide extent and transportation  dilliculties, should be represented  by members who sue in sympathetic  touch with   the   government of the  day.  But there aio other potent  reasons for supporting the Laurior  government KoV eight years they  have given us clean,' progressive  and economical government, their  lisca 1 poliov having boon successful  'in (stimulating nil-brandies of industry, and creating new avenues  of trade and' commerce; giving  employment to our own" people at  remunerative.wages. The recognition of this was an importantfactor  in'rolling up' suchf'a majority till  over the dominion, (a majority,  which is the largest1 ever obtained  since Confederation.  , The contest now closing has  been an educational one, and we  may safely conclude that the great  bulk of the electorate will east an  honest and intelligent ballot. , To  round the matter up wo hope to  sec -Yale-Cariboo and Kootenay  give bumper voles for Duncan Lion-  and W. A.-Uallilier ncxti Tuesday.  They arc men of ability, push, and  energy, who will leave-no stone  unturned in looking.to theinteiests  of the cou'ftry in general and ol  their own constituencies _ in particular. '  We' hope, next week, to be able  to chronicle that Yale-Cariboo and  Kootenay join ' the ������,roHi of the dominion m'tippi-cointing the government of Sir Wilfred Laurior, "and  1 ul in 11 Alfssrs. lids'! 'unci (l.illibei  by ni.ijoiities large enough to convince the most skeptical that we  know a good thing when we sec 11,  itnd that, we, tuo not disposed to be  led asday by the specious argu-'  ments or the unwai ranted condemnation of our   polilic.il   opponents  N'OTK'K is lioniliy s'lveu  Unit, HO ilnys nflor  (lute, I Hiloii'l  to iippl.*. to tlio llo nhlo  the ('hint ('oiiniii���������.ionoi ol Lands and works  Ten tispncml licon-o lo ml nml e.niy iiwnj tun-  her 1 1 Iho   lollfiwniK (losci died lands 111 the  Kooton.is  District: - '  NiiiiiImt One.  ('oiiiiii'MiciiiK ������l 11 pu������l' marked " A. G.  Campion's N. W. iwiiiei po-t, plii.iilf.il ono milu  nouth I10111 a post on llie west Ijinik of Iho  Coluiiiljia Jthm, nhoiil live miles above the  11 ion 1 li ol Canoe River, and nmrlted K C.  Ii'roiiity's N. K. toinei' po-l, thenco east, WI  iJiiuns, llienee soulli'SO elinlns, llienee wesl Ml  chaiiiH, lliuiiuu noi Hi Ml eliaiiis to plaee ol torn-  inuuceuieiil.  Niiiiiliur Two.  Ooniim meat A, (J. ' iiiiipitin's No. 1  ljust  as above (UhOiilied.and 1111111111K westSO ehaiii^,  llienee sotilh Sli tlinlns, tin 11 cast SO chains  I hence 1101 lh SO chains lo  point of commence  ",i^,l������cpl.i.���������i.l!K.I.      >V-a-UA,I1M(jN.  SELKIRK   LODGE, NO. 12. I. O. O. F.  MeolH every TuuHdas  evening in Sclltlrk  Hull ut 8 o'clock.  VihltliiK.biotliron coi-  dlally Invited to attend. .'  J. MATIIJ IS. SKC  If. Ci. 00UG1I, N.G.  Kootonay Lodsre No. 1CA. F, & A.M  yy.  y-M  NOTJCi: is lioiehjl kUuh that .������) iltn*.  nllei date I intend In npiilj to tlio Honor  ,,1,10 the (II116I Cimiiiiissiiiiior ni laini sound  Winks lin,11 special license lo cut nnd on 11 s  nw.is liniboi I111111 Hi" fidlnwiiiif .dCbOMbed  kinds, in Ine Kooloniiv Hist net:  Niiiiiliur One.  Coiiiinoncins' at puli't inaikcd ",!). M. RInu-  lailane'sN. It coiner 110-I. planted lies do A.  It. Miicfni lane's N. \\. coiner po.st, I heme  soutli SU chains, thenco went, Ml elinlns, llienee  noi I li SO chains, llienee cast Ml chimin lo place  ol uoniiiiciicuiiu.nl.  Number Tho.  Coinineiieini,' nl   I). .M.  JliitliuliiiiUH N.  K  Loriiur post  11I11110 desciibed,  lhcnco*ni)i-t 1 M  chains, llienee wesl  Ml enalns, Ihcnce Houth Ml  chains, thence east (Ml chums lo placcof cnin-  ineiicenicnl.   i> ' , ,  JJiitciil Sopl. 'ilid. I1HII. ���������   ,,,,���������,.���������,   ,    ,.  ,     I. M. .MACI''AI(nA.sIO.  ���������      NOTICE. ,  XlO'ril.lH*is lioioby Kivun Unit nn Iho IIOlli  l\ Ninombei, Ilini at II 11. in., at lhe (.niiil  .House, llinolstnl.e, II. I!., implication will be  111111I0 liv tho undiiMiKiii'd In Iho JudKo cil_Uiu  Conn I v ('inn 1 nl Uonloniij. undei tlio pinvisiuni  t,r the HncirfiindSlroniiiNAi-t.tollxtheiiinniiiil,  Mhieli the iinili'islKiiud shall I hi nt ibotlj lo  eh.line Im ' lolls, Iiooiiiiiku, infliiiK, cliivnmnl  liih'-.ind Umbel and loi tal.ini; cine ol siiinu  until doliviiied on and al lhe mouth of Ihu I'lsli  Itivoi or Ki-h Cieol, in (ho Dislnet nl West  luiolonay, undei (lie aiithniily kiiiiiIoiI to tlio  iiniloisiipiuil bj the nioutenanl-Chnornnr 111  Council. ( - 1 "    ,  Dated Oclobui JMh, J'.'OI,  ,  JSMPIIli: LUMH13K I'OiMI'ANY, JJM1T15D  Tlio rcKiilm* moot-  liiKr 1110 lield in Hi"  Mui-oiiio Temple,  jddl'VllowKlIall.on  the lliuclM omliiy in-  each 111011II1 lit 8  p.m. VisitiiiKbielli-  ion cordially welcomed. '  --c\ a, I'ltOOUNIKIt, SlJOlU I'AKV.  LEARN  SHORTHAND   AT HOME  by correspoiHlciic'e.    10 weekly lessons  will make you perfect.  OIJTAJiV   UlClilKR BALAKY  Shorthand is nowadays indispcnsihlo  to   eveiyhuily.'   > Utilize   spaic   time.  Very moderate fee/j ,\Vc piucuic positions.    Write for fiee booklet.   ,  Ckni'iiai, CoiniKSi'ONimNOii Ooi.m:iu:,  2in, Temple Chambers,'  .'   Temple Avenue, London, K.C.  C. J. Wilkes  MACHINIST &.,  BLACKSMITH  LATIll-J WO UK A Sl'KClALTY  bicensed Auctioneer for City  ,of Kevelstoke.       ���������   ,       '  J. Guy Barber  JEWELRY,  and a  complete line  of the  GENUINE  fa.,.. f>  "1847  Rogers Bros:"  Knives, Forks,  Spoons, etc.  refully ciainineil nurt  litteil to tlie best Hidde  F.  Having been appointed agent for  Jtcvelstoke fur,Tl Iii  Pacific,Coal Company,"of Banff  is now in a position to supply  At, the following pi ices:  (Sucessois to W. A. Smith it Co.)  *.\rong side of perfection.  At Fernie J. A. lMacdonakl, leader  of the Liberal party in the province  was introduced to a meeting as the  coming premier, an announcement  that was recehed with tbe cheers  it deserved, and tbe sooner he replaces the peanut politicians in  power at Victoria the belter foi the  province.  Voters remember that Tuesday  next is election day. Don't fail Co  exercise your franchise, and if you  can see your way to do so excrci-e  it for progress, national development, and 111 support of the Laurier  govern men 1, that has foi it= uatcb-  word '''The greate-t good for the  greatest numbei."  Premier McJinde and Hon. II.  Green have bad tu humble ihctii-  selve.- in the dirt to campaign for  C. H. .Macintosh utter appealing 10  him tOTetire 10 ra\e the (Jon-'*r\.t-  tive party in the jirovincc fiom  utter wreck. That i.- about the  weight of the peanut politician- in  charge of the public affair.-of tin-  province.  years or whether they will prefer  to send membeis who will be out  of harmony witii the administration, and be relegated to' a back  scat in the cold shades of opposition  timing the life- of the parliament  jiist elected.  We  are  aware   that, with some,  sentiment   holds    a    coiT-picuoiip j with the unfulfilled promi-e- of hi  place, but we are convinced   that a 1 opponent. Pric*  Elli-on.    In   l>ill  large majority take a  business-like  view of the matter and   will act in  ICUiCTOIi-AL COIUIUTTIO.V.  The addresses which'1 Dr. Cbown  deliveicd in this western countiy  on political ^01 ruplion foim,a tei-  riblc indictment of the work of the  church in Ontario. ' That province  is held up as the banner province  of the dominion, and 'its chinches  and educational institutions .are  pointed to with pride. Yct'stde by  sido^with these advantages which  ought to make for bettor and puiei.  government, results, accoiding to  the doctoi, tho vilest political  corruption ever known, and one  side, he says,is'as bad as the other.  According to Dr. Chown the chinch  has entiicly failed 111 ith mission in  Ontario. \  A determined effort shoultl be  made to put the public life of this  province on .1 higher plane, and  any attempt to coirupt .111 electorate should be frowned jdo.wn.-by  Candida tee and votels alike. Last  provincial election,' thank= to the  determination of .Mr. Stirling, the  Okanagan light was a clean one  above all things .-o far ������.- the Lib-  ,>i:ii- \ci>rc eonperned, the effect being of a highly elevating chancter.  From one end oi the electorate  to the oiber people-till speak appreciatively of .Mr. timing'*.- clean  fight and it madebim many friem!.-  while   the   atmosphere  still   reek.-  XTOTIOU'lS-lIICIlKllV OIVKN Mint Ihhlj  J_> (lavs nllei dine I inlend lonmily lo llie  \A11et (Jo'uunlssionei' ol l,.uids and Works lor 11  special license to cut nnd nuiy anny timber  finin Llio followniif tlc-ciibi.il lands 111 Ivoolen.iy  (llslllll .���������, ,     ,  Coiiiiiiuiii-iiii; nl. a po-l intukotl Win.  (ioiMin's N.*W. eoinei |io-l, iiliinled on bln/cd  line "il eliaiiis ������e-.t I10111 loieience post on wesl.  I) ml, ol I'liiKsinn Uicol, 11I1011I l������o miles above  west-branch.' ihuuce south 10 chauis. thence  1 ,isl 1UI chains, thenco 11011 li IU chains, thence  ncsl Kill elm ins lo place ol commencement.  I laled October '1M\, Iilil I. '    '     .    "  '      W'M    00WA.N.  I-U-' .       ' . -      --     -  NOTICE.     '  SIXTY daj-.iflci date ������e Ihe undei signed  piomotcis iinenil in iloiiKapphcatiou to the  ( lui'l IJonimissitmci 01 Lands nnd \\ 01 Us, lor  peinn-sion to clear b Union Clock ol obstiui-  Iions and make niipiowiiu ills, loi llio |ini'|insu  nl dm iiik lo���������'s down -aid ci.'cu, lieKiiinuiK at a  pom! neu nutlet ol A1111M1011K l,iki\ H U,  Ihence IoIIowiuk -"1 ��������� "-ole to lis mouth whcio  11 enleis 1101 lh 1,ist linn ol Uppci Anow Lake.  '< y ClltlJISIIV \. JIIJItl'IIY.  Hated Ibis 21 stela*, Octohci, I'llll  - Iiealon, li. (!. '  WOOD YARD  I have sl.u'ted a pei iiiiinent Wood  Y.ud on Thud sti eel.. Willi my past  < xperietiee I hope lo'lu* 111 a position  to satisfy all leqiiiieini'iils of custom,  .���������is/ riMill and L'oidwood supplied in  any letiKllis ,il, 1 educed" 1.1 ice.s loi eash-  ,   , K. SAW SON.  ".   Clubbing   Rates.  1 -f  - Viiii can club with lln*'Kootjo.v.vy  Al.vil. and Victona Daily Times friun  now till Dec. 3lsi, 1!H)3, foi ijij 00,'or  lor the Weekly Time- and ICooI'KNA V  .Mail, unhiding A he special holiday  edition, foriji'J.Oll.    Addiets  Kootknw iMaii.,  Ke\.'lstoke. H. 0  such a way as will bring them the  best po���������ible ie-ult.-. The large  majonty of tho go\ernnicnt is an  infallible ptoof that their policy is  believed to be in the best interests  of the country, and' it would be  only a waate of time and effort of  the opposition to attempt to block  I hem in the policy which piomiso  iitcbgie.it thing- for the < ouutti  as a whole, and we can only look  uijon a vote for P.urrell or Macintosh a  looet. tin the other hind, with rre-  i.iicr McBride dragging hi- high  ollice in the iinre, v hat else could  be expected but a seething mass of  electoral corruption, -itch a- dis-  cru-ted e\urv nobbi minded man.  LUMBERING.  Don. R. Oiten ''oinmi'isioiiu of  l;M*il- nnd wort -, t lire a ten "d lo can' '���������!  tin- linitie b'-i 11-1 - of 1 In f.iuadian  ,-'.ii\ mill- conpi'itr it Pioif L.ik'-if  the men s i(i^������ ������.��������� i" ieit |i ut!, and  one from   which   no po--ible 1 the company has .11 r.in^i cl t'< piy tin in  Pieferring to the fact that Premier McBride and lion. II. (Itceii  will .-tump Kootenay for'C. If.  Macintosh, the Ro.--land Minct remark.-: ''.Judging from the effective  support the Liberal party gained at  thecoart irom tbe advocacy of there  gentlemen as exemplified from the  election returns on the night of November 3rd, Mr. Gallihcr'-, majority  -hould reach four figures next  Tuesday."  Now that the winter month": are  comnm on we ha*,o to suggest the  de.-irability of orgam-ing in ever}-  town und village literary and  debating .-ocietio.- There is no  class of social in.-titutions more  valuable in training the mind,  bringing out speaker-, and causing  young men to take tin active and  intelligent interest in public affairs  than the well conducted literary  and debating society, iind many a  leading public man owes his rise  to such  an   organisation.     reach-  good cm lie dcriu.d.  Out L.jn-tTvathe frtcntl.-  111 power u-ed to-ay that "  \icior- belong the spoils,'  wetu Laurier to act upon tln-  miiny large and important constituencies would be neglected.  Put, carried to an extteinc. tin-  principle i- a vicioti- one, nnd one  that will Mil receive the .ippio-  hation of tbe electorate generally  At the .-amc time it, imi-l be ,ul-  mitttd that a fiicntl has more influence than an open enemy, and.  should we elect an opponent of the  powers that be, it will he an indication of unfriendliness that  might cause delay 111 obtaining  retires.-for some of the grievances  under which we labor.  In a scattered and widely diver-i-  fied constituency like this, where n  large portion of it is almost in  acce-siblc. wc need that ,'H-istn nt <;  which the government alone enn  give, nntl itsceins tons that -itch  needed assistance might he more  readily granlcd if we show our  sympathy and give our *-uppfirt lo  those who .have the disposal of  public improvements, rather than  to those who fii.ctiously oppose,  every measure the uovcrtmicnt introduces, whether    it   be   right  or  1 m foil,  w hen j   *\t t meeting of th'- Mountain l.ti'i  I'o the \ '"'i men's   ,is-ociation   .it    Nel'.ai   la-t  and 1 wifk  the principal 111 itier ilecidi d "n  ! M0I1,1 w i- to attain   nppiou'li   the   'loinitiion  Gait Coal!  NOW  IS.YOUR,TIME  10 got in your winter -npply of conl.  I have just icceived a lull stock of  the aliove coal and can make prompt  del 111*1 \.  I'.iy mi .11 li'til inii to olllets repies.  eiiling they can -1 II yon Gait Coal.  They ha\e not t^oL'tt and can't i(i I  il- ecitial.  Drayiiii; wm-k and fuinitui-e niovmjr  a -pecialtv. , .  Orelcis left at W. M. Lawtenee's 01  it. AI. Sinythe's will have prompt at-  ii-ntion.  ,T. O    IIUTOIHSON.  Wm. Fleming",  Whole- lie and Retail  Meat Merchant.  . ^___^t������������������ *  Fish   and   Game   in    Season,  First St., Revelstoke.  W. A. McDonald  PLA?T13RI5R k HKICKLAYKK  ���������RJ3VKLST0KIS '   '  I  The only Tnst-classjihisleier in town.  Let me know you 1   lccpuroincnts.    A  Caiload of Lime just imported.  A Carload ol'Uiiok under 01 dor.  J.    SAMSON. ', .  Painter, Paperlianger, Signwiiter  ICALSOiMINlNG   DONMC.     '    '  Ordcis reei'ive ptoinpl attention.  Second streeL,       -      KISVULSTOKH  An Ai iijauiuhSign is a IIdsim-ss Ptioaui'i.it  THOBNTON & ECCLES  , Painters, Papei'hanpjors  < and Sien Writers ,  "ICstiin.itosKUOii Tin nil Idnils nr linnso n.iinlinK.  Onlaisiin l',i|iailiiiiiKiiiK unci Iviil-iiiinnini,' will  iucoivo |irinn|il aUonlion  LETTERING & GOLD   LEAP WORK  A   SPECIALITY.  ' , ADDRESS : V. O. UOX 27.!, or '  SECOND-ST., Behind C. I������. IV Shops,  Orders loft at J W   Honnott't. will I10  _, iinnnpll) iilliindud In. i>  Painting Class  I have lo intimate my. intention ol  starting .1 class, lni the study oL nil  ���������i.tinliiig in 'Revelstoke, 'Apply at  Canada Drue; and Book" Company^  wlieie paintings may .dbo he seen.  M. CARSWELL.  A GOOD WIFE  is made, not horn. Home in.iking is .1  profession and iciiuiiet, the same de-  giee of technical it .lining as Law or  medicine.  The future of the nation is conditional upon the ch.uai.ler oi home  lite.  ^A knowledge of Household Science  makes hou&cv, 01 k- easier. She sets a  bettei table .iLsin.dlei cost, and limit,  more time tor sell impioveiiient.  The Canadian Correspondence College  is the only -school tillering this eoiuse  liy mail. '  For full inioi-niation and Huoklet  add less  Tn k Kam t.ooi'b ,Gi.;ni.;ii,\ i, A is uno y  Kamliinps, 15, (j.  Lump Coal $10.50 per ton  Egg       ."   $10.50   "     "v  Stove'   "   $10.50   "  /"  Nut '     "     $9.00 ' "   ��������� "   ,  ;,As this conl  is .smokeless unci particularly  clean, anil is  more ellicient   ,  than  any of  the   soft coals   on   the  market, it will liu found lavoiahlc fue'l  lor  all  domestic purposes,   including,,  (ui'iiaceb, stoves and kilehen uingcs. '  l''or those  iciptiring sleam  coal lhe  pen and huckwheiit binis will ho found   .  satisfitcloiy and  ec noinical.    Trices  will he tpioted on these small bi/.e.s on  application. , '  Oider.s left, at tho ollice of the Wovel-  sloke Insuinneo Co. Lltl. will iccciv'e  prompt attention.'  K. iMcCARTY.Uoal iMeiohiint,  '   ,   llevol.stoko; H. C.  KA IHJUAUTKUS KOli  Bread &  Cakes  '      ' OF  ALL JCINJJS  Full supply of fresh ,  , groceries just^  opening up  lonipt iit(cutionrgiven  tq.all oulcis.  To Trappers  Raw Purs Bought ,  Cash Prices Paia  Fo   B.   WELLS,  -    Exporter of Furs.    ,  f.|     of tlie   New  Scale Wi!!iams  Fl     Piano i is  replete ��������� and   f "  pleasant surprises to the  former.  - It  repeats fia  as 'perfectly in the  ' Upright  as  in ' the  concert Grand.  H   ' "Lach key responds \Si-  i'i  ll  Fl  H  Ll  [J  PJ  \A  E3  instantly to lhe touch, ���������_���������_  enabling die   performer,   to  execute  the  most- florid  '*aiid brilliant passages with the least 'physical exertion.  '     The New Scale Williams is mechanically perfect and tone perfect  '   " One of tlie finest and best we have ever seen"��������� "   ,       V  ... ' , ,    P^  P. Roblin, Premier of M������nitob������  0  n  n  []  H  JO  *    New Scale WillSams Piano  . <*g}g3is@!asas!ffiisaraBBHSHi,raraiHS saia s?giBc?ifn^|55i'^'f.^? ���������  \Viitef Wilhnins Piano Co.,-Lld.,  Osluiwa,  Fot  copies of   illusliatcd.booklets  on the lusloiy and L-oiihtriictiou.oF a Piano, or call at the local warerooms  IvE^VIS    BROS.,    kevelstoke       ,  Tradcm ark*.  nnd Cypyrijiht^  ul)t,iui((I in .ill i rcimlllr-.  import if mil n  K'ivf ri)ni(*nt   on   the  C.ui.uIh    frcjni   tin     Timid   ^t.it(������'ii I  rous^li liinihei  ft> <��������� nf dm*,   ind timi: un |  pn*-.-,    lor    t    r ii ltl    ni   fj     per   10'iul  fei't        \    ('iiicl'iill_\    di hi n    ti|,    pi'i'i  tion will l>c "cut nn   tu Oti.iwii, -I'ttunr  forth the ui'ws  il lhe ,i*.-'i i iiinn, .md '  a xpeci il c*i)nimirr"ii wix  ,i|ip nut'il r., t  vi.-ot   the   co.ixt   HUM   in   coiiin ctimi '  with the  moi ("im tit,   .md   null   i.(l i r  miittrr-i   of interest to , lie .\*-><it i.i' Km  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in  the World  Mini ii.i l.'i Koyal ('iow ii SfMji  \Vr,i[i[ici.i, .ind i:i iijtiirn hi  will in,iil ,i hcMiiiitnl IVlnrc  M/o lfW20, or for 2.j \Vr,i|i|K r-  yonr fhoicc* of ovi r I0(i hook-,.  Diop ns ,i poit eind asking  for ,i CMbiilrigiic of premium*  to he had KKKK fm l!,,y,,l  Grown ,-i(iii[i VVrn.ppcr.s.  Address  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. Limited.  OAT NTS  ��������� uhlfiiiiMl in -ill  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registcjred Patent  Attorney  , MmIiiiik i! Attiinic} jin'l Dn^'.nr't.  i  | Uikiiii t, I'urli'M   llmok. flr.uinll<"������l. in in I'.'l  ; VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  |      A    prMc'ir'i     Mil   M'tire   nil   '.M liiiiu itllpfjlllt  for tlio-'* ������lii i^nnot Mill ���������liiniiu Ihu cl.iy  Tin-: <:Ki.i*:r;it.\TKi)  Battle Creek Sanitarium  FOODS  (���������������,\.Nfi������.K   !',!-( fl'l i- !Snp������l lot     In  Otlli-l  ( e| I ,ll |il'-p,if ,lt icifi.  'iit\>or.A   \v.fj M.\l,n;ii (jfiiFKi.  feelly dixc-tilil������' .ind'dehc inw,.  1 In (ir inol i r O'ir.ilii-i .ill   f li<* nu-  tiinieriL of '' Ids le'st h.-ef,  I'llilT'hK A pel fee I -cii!������-.! ir III f for ll.'-ili  I'ioiIs: mo^t if iwirli ifnl di-'iivi'iy  in dii.|< tic-, in l.isl hull ' eril in y ,i  piiii-ly vcijct,iMi* iiiinliiii.iliuii  \|j:r.T'������ii- ok   .\I,\r.r   Jlosrv   A   \>.f\-  cinie     sllliitlliile     foi    sii^.i.    Hurl  syrups.  ,\o tu>n i i: and Cut \ mi.i. f i'ki \ t,  Ilelic ion- In- illli dr inks.  KiiSfl      Al   l.isl   llie siilnhlnlc tin   I,ml  mud." Itoin I ll" pin e oil   ol    I lie i ii  ( mi mil.  UlillMOSK,   Im'\Noi,\,   AIm.tio  ,\'i  is.  U'm'i'iimi.n i i'ii (iii \ ci: .li k i:, i ie,,  diiiiit.y  dii'.t.el.if'   speciall ies, lo,  lie  ���������lind'only'it'i.  BOURNE BROS.  TIM"; LKADINCi CJUOUIfiUS.  Halcyon Hot Springs  ~Ta n it a riti m.  rnin*: MioniuAi, watkrs of n.ii-  J. cyon .ne Lhe mosl, ctir.il.ivu int.hu  wot Id.    A pet'lecl, iiiil.iii.il icint'dy   for  ill Ni*i veins itnd i\Iii*-cnl,u diseases,  l.nci', Ividnuy-' and ytoni.ich ,ulmenl>  .md   Alel.illie   Poisnninir.    A  sin c cure  f I'lial,   Tired   Keeling."     Special  cites on nil ho.ils and I.iiluis. Two  mails .Lirivu and dep.ul, every tl.iy.  'l'elcgi'.i|)li coinnnmic.il ion Willi all  pails ot  lhe   world.    An   experienced  lll.l���������.Rllgl'l'.  Halcyon Hot Springs  j\rrobu Lake. 'Jl. C.  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords.'   Best ,Wines,  Liquors, & Cigars.-    l  Rates $ i arday.    Monthly rate.  J".   ALBEET      STONE,     IPIROIE*.  <><>0<><><>0<K>0<>0<KHKKKKKH)^^  British Columbia Illustrated  '     CONTAINING 160 VIEWS  Illustrating the Boundlc&s Jtcsouiceb of 'J  The Richest Province In the British Empire "  Its coal, oil and timber;   it.s fi&heiics on sen, Like and river; itb  niinei.il .mil iigricultiiiiil  icsouiceb;  its cities, and "towns;  itsiiicr,  lake and   niouiil.iiii, scenery, especially illitstiating its gic.it milling  development, with views of all the pnncipal mines, mills, smeltcis, etc  Sent Popt-free on Receipt of Price, SI,00 and $1.50  Address, JAMES LAWLER,' Rossland, B. C.  The laigest ndicrtisor in and for Jiritish Columbia.  BEST BUY JN  li.  ij.,   CANADA,   A'l  lo   ClflNTS  G IlKA'I'libT    Goi.D  Discuvuuv ok tiii: Acne  is in  li. 0.  THE BIG- IFOTne,  Consolidated Gold Mines, Limited.  Capital $(J'25,000, of which 35 percent in shares is now in our  'J'lCiisury.    Shares fully paid and non-a&scosiible.  pei-  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  Royal Mnil Lines.  ClioapoKt Route to tlio Old Country.  j               AM.AN* LINK   l"'i(im MunMf.ul.  . I'.tiUiiin                   .                        ...     Auk. 'I'  tiiy    Tmii'liin                  ..               ...       Aiifj. lit!  Ioiiiuii .. .      Huiil.'-'  fKJMI.VIO.V LINI.-Kioim Mniilruul.  Ko'itirirflon    .. .   . .       .    . A iik. 11  fl'.ininion ... ...    Auk .'II  V.irKim V" r .       . Auk -'  C'.tii.i'l.i . ,. .    Si'|il  .')  ''A S'  I'AC A'l J-AN'I KI.S. h.���������Ii'imii Moiiln.nl  l^il," ( liHiiiplfLiri , , , Auk. '->  !������il������  I'.rld  S< |il   I  l^iki .Munlt'jli i       ,Sl|iI 8  AMIIKH'AN' I.INI-l'ioiiiNi.w *ioi k.  -'t   I U Alii: 2"!  Ncu Voile . ,     Auk. Ti  rf'I'Alt l,INi;-Kiuiii \u������ Viirk.  .  ,        Auk t'  .A iik. 21  AiiB.ll  from N'c %s York.  \UK Vl  ....Auk 27   SeiJl   H  win n:  ,\IlL|Hll(  (li i uiu .  f'.tllOUU ,  CI.NAUII LINK  Klriiria  1,111 UIIIll  t,riiilirin  I'uwf iikct^ Mcktilcrl tluoiiK.'* to nil purls ol  ClrcnX llrlliiin and Irtiliinil.iuicl iy Hpuuinlly low.  rat.c.-i lo all imrlH of thu Kiiropciin coutinciil.'  A pply lo uoiiru.Ht railway or RtomiiHlilpaKCnt or  .1.0 '   ��������� ���������.   .   i   .  T.   W.  BRADSHAW, Agont,  RoveUtoko  W. P. F  CUMMINQS,   Paolflo  ARont  Jliiifs dirccllv west nl the Le  ll'ii and Lclttii No. 2- Win Katfk*  and (Jen I ti* Star, I'onrol the larg-  I'sL giild ctipper inines in the  win Id, all of which have paid  large dividends.  iM/Sumi" identical on1 and vein*-  now in Mtfht nn the lilG l<X)UK.  Ij.ngi" ore liodtes.  Assays Iioiii i$~> In ,^S()0 in  K"lili t'<i|)|)i'i'. silver, ulc. Vciy  i ���������<_11 display i'i no.v on evhibilinn  in lhe city ote exhiliil,, eattbing  wide eciininent.  We have neatlv I wn milt's ol!  lailway on IJik Fauv properLy  Willi w.ilei'and timliei inatiiind-  ancc.  Kiisslaiid cue bhipmenls for  V.m. "rid.tKK) Ions. .Shipped for  !!������):{, aliont 110,00(1 Ions; 1!)()|,  .tliiiiil l(J(l,(KKJIcins. Tol.ilvahii'Ol'  Kn-*.|.nid ores mined, .^7,000,000.  Rossland's large cue bodies aie  .i great, success with the concentration .system ol ore lednetion.  $H.00ote now pays to mine as  now proved by Lhe latest reports  and dividends.  jVo less than 10(J .sh,uv������ .sold.  .Shares can be had on in.stulment  plan, liaynientsnionlhly; twenty  percent ca.sh, bal-tncc within a  yein.  Uompany have no debts or liabilities and a full foice ol men  ,nc)w working.  Iteferences���������Tbe Hon- Mayor,  Gold Gommih.siotier, PcJsLmaslei,  ot any hank or business ai.in in  the cily.  V\������'������. ''' '\ U<lu '" t,iu .i'1-iirs or man  Hindi, l.ikon .iltlio Hood,  lo.uU on  lo  loiluno:  Oiuiltacl.all Iho mh.iko or thou lifo  Is Ijfiiincl iu bli.illoua and in niHoriOo.  Please Note Price at  15 cents sma  SHARE  FOR ONE MONTH.  All} ���������iiiiuiint liss slum $10(1 sciul h} mist-  office or c\prcbs miuic) order, over tins  .iinouiit, l)\ I) uili dr,i!l lo SicnMry  Big- Four Consolidated  Gold Mines, Limited,  Rosslaml, It. C, Canada.  Order blanks and our most comprehensive and complete Jllus-.  (.niLed Pi-os|.iectus showing all Rossland mines and giving valuable  information, withMaps and ReporLs from jMining Engiiieets, sent  only to investors or those desiring to invest.  ���������'  6OKXXM><><><>-0<M><><X THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  fr  THE CAMPAIGN  Address by J. A. Baker.  <  , .1. A. linker, the Scioiuliht candidate  for Kotitenny, addres.sed ,11   meeting oi  '    , about 100 nt Kevelstoke on  Saturday.  'II. GolV prrsiding.     Mr.   lJakcr is an  earnest,  gcntlomimly'spcHker.      The  '   ' iiudienco gave him nn excellent.  Iienr-  .  i������g- < ,      I  Mr. linker said he hud   not nspiied  to political honors\ but  expressed his  -,      nppreci.ition   of   the  confidence the  Socialists   had   reposed   in, him, 'by  delecting him as their standard bearer.  The Socialist  movement,   was   cssoiy  tialiy ti working clasi movement'nnd  it behoved every   working   man   and  woman to take an intelligent interest.  . in political ufVtiirs. ,   Politic*  was the  <'    i transaction   of   the   business   of the  people   and   should   be conducted in  the manlier the people desired.     How  ,N    this was to ' he   attained   rested  with  '   the people   themselves.      They   were  confronted with one of  Till; MOST I.MPOKTAXT KI.I'CTIO.Vsj  ,in thejiistory of the country. .Notwithstanding tho boast of prosperity  ho was "sorry at tho condition 'in  which the working'pcoplo,were placed  ' today. "No matter where ho went he  found men appealing lo   him, asking  him where it.was possible for them  to  i-       ���������      . . * ,  v  go.', | '  Tho large concerns of finance Jind  been prosperous nil over thecontincnt,"  but  at   the   expense   of   the   ninny.  ��������� 'Through, tho    mining   sections,   on  '    which the prosperity , of   the country  depended, he was, bound to admit a  stimulus had been given by the lend  bonus, but they had to   tax  other in-  , dustries to do it. The stagnation was  not due to market conditions but to  the control exercised by' the Rockefeller  syndicate���������the  smelter trust���������  ' nnd the trnnsportation com pun ies.  .What was the effect of this bonus?  As soon as if' was   granted   the rates  - foi smelting-and trnnsportation were  increased., /Then there was the  damaging action of the provincial  government; while the federal govern-  ' merit weie assisting the, industry the  ,local government', were raising the  ��������� taxation on it.   The      "*  '"   issui:s of Tin: day  were not trnnsportation and tl.e tariff.  - 'The issue of the day to, the  working man was whether he   was to have  -    aii'opportunity, to exist or not:"    The  1 question >of the day was���������was their  country to be a place for humanity to  ��������� live nnd whether they were to do their  best to make it an, abiding-place for  posterity,   or   whether   it   was to be  -subject to the  commercial ^machine ?  ' He referred to thc'coiiilitioTT'of affairs  in  the  mother country,   which  produced eleven billions worth i f products  /  and yet the very people  who created  , these products'were  starving.     They  were striving for  a  market.      Where  were they going  to  find   it?,   (Only  China.remained. ' i. ,     r     .    (  1 The mission of the Socialist' .  WORKERS OF THE WOULD  was to"frecT"the" "country-"froivTthe  1 curse of wage slavery, to reorganise  society on n'-'basis of coperntive'in-  . dustry in which all'should be workers,  to organize the workers into apolitical  * factor so they might take their places  in the machinery of the nation. A  ' more righteous cause never inspired  humanity. He condemned the South  African wat as a subterfuge of the  capitalist. What was the result?  Chattel shivery. ' They brought in the  Chinese coolie under a six year contract at if6 ,per month.) The duty of  a patriot v,as to do his part towards  making his country n lit place to live  in (cheers). There was nothing better  tliii.i honest work under proper conditions. They were living in nn age  when they had 'gone commercially  mad. This was coming home to every-  'body. The Socialists did not propose  to handle political propositions on the  old lines. They bought no votes and  promised' no oflices. They stood for  the initiative and referendum and imperative mandate. The average worker  produced $2,451 per annum, and, of  that he only received ��������� $137. The balance went*vin profit. The Standard  Oil company, a .foreign corporation,  before whom their legislators trembled,  had its grip on this country. It got  the lion's share of the lead bonus.  The Socialists proposed to  CUKE Till: DISEASE  by removing the cause. A principle  the Socialist party applied to cveiy  question was "Will it be to the best  interest of the working class?" Il" so  the Socialist party was ior it; if not it  was against it. It was' his intention  to go abend with this contest, and  conditions, looked veiy favorable for,  his succeeding (cheers). ' He was one  who was instrumental in getting the  Western Federation of Miner.- to adopt  'socialism nfter n three days light, and  though it was predicted this would  wreck the organization, in twelve,  months it had more than doubled its  membership (cheers).  He referred to the  appalling spectacle of  THE   WAK  now raging in the Knst for commercialism in China, which would cvent-  unlly become .another competitive producer. Competition wns ruinous. One  man did today by machinery what it  formerly took 95 to do. The trust  system wns paving the way for Socialism, and he quoted Pierpont Morgan  to this effect. The courts were against  the workers, and at Itossland men  were having their homes sold up for  doing what the law distinctly' said  they had a right to do. When n man  owned the moans by which men lived  he owned them, and it was the most  accursed form of slavery the world  had over known. In the days of chattel slavery men hud it conimeicial  value. They had none :<ow.' One  hundred and thirty eight men weie  blown to'eternity al I^cnio. The  company lind an insurance of $1,500  n num. it cost them $50,000 to, repair the damage and they made $05,-  000 by the transaction.  CHIME   WAS  ClIlOWIN'Cl  out of the present sysietn. Men snid  they did not like to lose their vote.-,  but when a niiui voted for what ho did  not  want  and got  it, had he won or  lost?     ( ,   ' '     '  ,Ile regretted to find so ninny who  hud ��������� not their.'names1 on the voter's'  lists. That should bo amended. At  present at least 25 per cent of the  workoid of this electoral district were  ilK-.fiiincln.sed.  Thru there was the $200 that had  to be put up. This was aimed at work-  ingnieii, ,11s capitalists had .no difficulty in raising it, and it was equivalent to saying to working men "Slaves,  keep, your place." The Socialists in.  the provincial house hud tried to get  this remedied.  Socialism stood for equal opportunities to all and special privileges to  none. He had asked no man to vote  for him, but urged them to exercise  their intelligence, in Uieir own interest.' , (Cheers.) (  POLITICAL.  ANOTHER  VICTORY.  Liberals  .Win .the  '   Seat.  Mackenzie  Dr. Cash, Liberal, beats Dr. Patrick  by a large majority for Mackenzie,  which was'a defence! election.  The House of Commons wiil, be  culled for Jan. J1 tli.  At   Crnnbiook,' J.   A.  Macdonald,  leader of the Liberal party in the Province,   spoke   on   behalf   of   W.   A.  Oalliher.     Mr.   Macdonald' 'made   n  telling speech,   which   was   received  with  marked   favor,  ,'llc showed   the  weakness of the opposition in insisting  on sentliin." an opposition   rcpi'escntti-  tive  to  Ottawa in  looking, after  the  interest of the ICootennys lor the next  live yours, nnd stated Mr. Gnllihcr was  ii resident of   British Columbia, while  Mr. iMiickinto-h bad a home in Ottawa  iind^was living there.    As to the tariff  being taken  oil' lumber  he called   attention I o  the   fact  thnt'it  was  the  Conservatives who  took the  tarilV'off,  lumber, and at that time Mr. Mackintosh was governor  of the   territories,  yet he had not'raised his,yoicc:in protest.    Mr.   Macdonald's   address   was  well received and a'c  the close he was  given iin'ov.tnion. l^SuS! ",       '', \  At Greenwood \V._.\V.���������B? Mclnnes  addressed i'i meeting "on, behalf of  Duncan Ross, dealing with the Socialist' views. The .News says,: /The  Socialists have received, a good deal of  attention in this section during "this'  campaign, perhaps more than their  strength wan-ants, but the fact that  they are' now called upon to handle  their propaganda along the Hnes of  ordinary political discussion is having  the effect of making, them less confident in their claims. ' Mr. Mcfnnesj  vigorous onslaught nnd his indisputable figures as to the" falling off in.bhe.  Socialist vote in the coast cities in a'  bare twelvemonths, made a marked  impression. J t is anticipated that the  Socialist vote inrYale CariS'OO will not  exceed 50 per cent, of the total vote  cast in this district in the late pro-J  vincial elections.1 .Fifty ,per cent. ,is  the average decrense of the Socialist  vote in Nnnaimo, Victoria, and Vancouver" during,the past"twelve months,  and a similar decrease may be looked  for in tho Boundary vote. '  W. A. Galliher, says : The way the  elections have gone leaves only , one  matter really open', and .that is that  Liberals'may be caught napping, because they natuially think the Tories  are defeated-in, udvance. Wo iinust  get the vote -out. next Tuesday;'  the 22nd���������and poll every,vote in sight;  Liberals should not be content with  simply electing Mr. Ross and myself,  we both want thumping majorities  that will demonstrate to the Govern-  meiit^that Kootenay and Yiile-jOnriboo  nre thoroughly in sympathy with the  dominant party and its policy.  Talbot's majority for Strathcona  was 2,032, both his opponents, Bush  and Gregory, losing their deposits.  Tory criminal charges against Liberal workers in Quebec of personation  were withdrawn as baseless.  The'very fact that Burrell has no  chance of being elected for Yale-Cariboo next Tuesday ought to be an  incentive for all Liberals not to relax  their effoits till the last vote be polled.  It often happens that when an election  seems sure defeat is the result, on  account of m.my supporters thinking  it *unnecessary to record their vote.  Let no such mistake be made on  Tuesday. 'We trust that every Liberal  will make this a' personal question,  aud not only i-ecord his own vote but  see that his neighbor does likewise. ,  , The following letter addressed to a  few'of the Conservatives in town was  received a day or two after the recent  elections accompanied by bands of  crape:' " With sincere sympathy. Poor  Boideh! Poor old party! ' Funeral at  once! Corpse wont keep. Grand  Conservative Rally on the ,17th inst.  Try and come up. Cheerful occasion."  ���������Outcrop.  A well-known French-Cinadiiin at  Lumby was asked to support Burrill  and replied: "Sure, Burrill can't be  elected." " Why not ?" replied the  Tory canvasser. " Oh, very good  reason, he got no pull with Laurier.'-  That's what Lumby will also tell Price  Ellison if he is again n candidate at  next provincial election.  Mr. Burrill's plea for sympathy docs  not meet with tho response he expected.  This is a practical age, and no stock is  taken in his argument that an opposition member could wield more  influence than a government supporter. Jt requires but a' very small  modicum of common sense to refute  such a fallacious statement as this.  C. H. Macintosh and lions. R. McBride and Green speak at Arrowhead  tonight cm behalf of C. H. Macintosh.  That was a pitiful wail T. Taylor,  M. P. P., set up when he urged  Premier McBride and Hon. R. Giecu  to come over to Revelstoke to help  him and C. H. Macintosh.' He gave  a very potent reason, and one which  bids fair to be realised to the full���������if  the governor were defeated it would  mean that lie to would'go to the  bottom of the poll next provincial  election.  It is stated Senator Templcman will  succeed ITcn. Sir Henry Joli as Licut-  tioveintii', and J. C. Blown, of Wcst-  miiihte.-, will be appointed to the  senate.  RAIL AND STEAMER.  Great Northern engineers are work,  ing westward  along the Similkamee  Construction of   the V. V. & E. is under way eastward from the coast.  Gieat satisfaction'was expressed at  Calgary at the dismissal of the charge  against Conductor Fuller of stealing a  fine, this being the test case on which  several C. ,.I\ R. conductors in the  northwest-were recently discharged.  The magistrate* severely scoied the  Thiol detectives on whoso evidence the  charge was laid, for the grossly bud  nnd contradictory way in-which they  gave their evidence, on which no man  would bo convicted liy a jury.  VTOI 1(.L j, lierolij Kueii that, HOdtii-. aftur  IV il.no. 1 intoiul id ii|i|ily to the lion, thu  I inul Uiiii!iii,,ioiior of Ij.iikI-,' anil Winks  [or a special license k, cut and, carry away  timber from tlio following described lands in  hootoiiny District:��������� '  C'niDiiicncinK at post innikcd "J. ].. Jlacfur  vllle������ V "��������� B,|,|l<ir l'o-i," plained ut .1. W.'  .Miicrarliino, -*.\v. corner po-l, thenoe south Id  chain-., liieiico cist, lf>> chain;, tlicni u noi tli 10  climtisl thence v.o-1 HKi chuiiih lo place of coin-  mciK'Ciiicnl.        , "  ii tinted Sept. Jlili, 1<||)|.     r     ,  JOHN' LOU.VBMA'CKAUIjANB.  VTOTICJi i< licroby khoii tliat, 3(1 days alW  X> date, I mlend to apply to Uiu I'liior Onn-  mis-ioner of Lands and Works for a special  iicoiiiio to cut andc.irrj awny timber from (lie  followniK do-enbed lands in tlio Kootonay  district:���������   ' ���������      i  Coinincncii.entii |io������l marked "A. Jt. Ifnci  farlane.s N. W. corner post," planted one mid a  half miles west from A'. G. Campion's No. 1  comer po-l, thence, south 1C0 chains, llienee  east III chains, tlienco north 1(X) chains, tlienco  wet.1 Jti chains to place of commencement.  B.itcclSopl.aiiil, liltll.  ' ALL IN  UOSS MACKAItL-ANK,  HENRY'S NURSERIES  3'JIO Westminster   Jtuiul  ^TOTIOli. is hcroby (,-non that, 30 da  X> dato, 1 intend to apply to tho Ho  tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Trade Marie Cra'ntcd  , i  - The Williams Piano Co., of OJi.nv:.  has just been granted the exchitAO x.J.c  of lhe words " New Scale Wiliiac.s''  as a trade mark for their'piauo. The  words, although tbey describe a.,vcry  important feature ot'lhe "New Scale  .Williams Piano,"^ ftul to express, as  mere words must, the high standard cf  excellence and the splendid artistic  qualities of the magiiificieiitinstruiuent.  Ucsidcs the " Now Scale" tbe piano has.  a fjreat many advance features that are  etilirely new to the piano world and the  whole combined in the instrument its'cll,  ' produces ,tliat, symmetry  of tone and  variety of expression that has made the,  piano famous.   -' __ '    ,      ,  The New.Scale Williamsis very much:  ��������� hi demand at the present time and to'  su-'i an extent that the makers have  ���������difficulty in keeping up the supply.  Solo Local Agents: Lewis  Bros., JRev-  elstokc^B. C.  Brick for Sale.  The undersigned have just burned a  kiln of 500,d00' brick, of first class  quality.yFor price aud information  apply to C.'B. Hume & Co.   ���������   '  The , Windermere     Lumber  puny,   Limited,   is   registered  Coni-  with a  capital of .1520,000.  The .-Barclay Sound Cedar. Company,  Limited, is capitalized nt iffiO.OOO,  divided into 600 shiu-cs.  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer ln^ -n'mrrnTFrp**-   J \  BEEP,   PORK,  "    MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in .Season.  All orders promptly filled. ,.;'  DC1/CI OTfltfE     DP' Comer   Douglas  ntVtLO I UMl,    D._ 0., randKiiiB streets.  CH  r���������G-IFTS  Is often to be "dreaded on  account of crowded shops  and the difficulty of deciding- upon :ms ,'irlicle on the  spur of the moment. We  present to you a method  of choo-ing- your Christ  mas Gift s 'satisfactorily ,  and leisurely in yoiu own  home ; 'and the additional  "advantage of selection  from' a city stock���������the  I a rg est of its k i n d in  Canad.-t.  OUR  CATALOGUE  is your first requsite. We  send it free to you, for ,  vour nanio and a.ldic.ss  Choobj Irom il what you  think desirable, send the  Ii.st to us and the next  mail or cxpres.s \vl I briny  the assortment fors j our  approval.  The ai tides  not desirable -  may be returned.   Persons  unknown    lo    us   should .  send b.nik or other sal is  factory reference.  c  "DirKs"   quality  is   alway*  best ciuulity"  Henry BirKs and Sons  MoKcra of Pino Jewullory        H  unci Silvcrw.������ro n  350 and 353 31 A.IN STRUET 1  WINNIPEG J  ax.,-.... ��������� ~rr-?��������� =-==���������-> ���������<y  (lays iiftor  Honniuhlo  , . --   - nd Works  lorn special license tocnt and carry awny timber from the follmvniK doscrilieil lnniK,in tlio  Kootenny District:��������� , ,    '  '" .      . Number One  - Coiniiicnuiiiiriilii post marked "II. Donnelly's,  S. 10. corner posl." plumed 1(1 chains north from  Nnt'le Creek, nnd one mile west, of. Columbia  River, thenco' west lljU chains, llioneo noitli t'l  chains, thence east 100 cluiins, (hence hontli 10  chains to place of coiiiinencciiicnl.  '' if      Number Two.      ' ,'  ConiiiicnciiiKiitiiposI marked "H. Donnelly'*,  N. h. eoniei'iio.st, thence we.stHJOcliiiins, thence  ���������mill  III chains, thenco e/isl, 100 chnin������. thenco  1101 lh HI clinliit lo place of commencement.'  ,Dnlccl Hepl. -J7th, IIKII.  II. UONNKLi.Y,  ��������� 100.000 Bulbs,, ���������  To arrive boon fiinn Holland, Fiance  '    '   ,      and .Japan.'  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees !  Rhododendrons'Ro s 3;,  Greenhouse and llaidy Plants   ,���������  ' for fall  planting.  1   i   Homo-Grown urn! Jmpo:led        ,. *,;  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  iilwuyb in .stock in scin-on.  '"       FERTILIZER-^  i i i  Bee Hives'and Supplies.  Greenhouse full of Plants, Cut llowei.s,  ��������� Floral Woik.  ENGDISH  :GHINA TEA  COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS,,  VK'TOKI'A.     ��������� '  -     '     ii. V.  A KPKOIAI, KRO>i OUR CHINA  PAKTMENT  of 10 pii'cc- ini'ludiiitr 12 nips and s.Mieei--. 12  *.|<ip nml (icaiii, pii'lty piiltiMlls on 'guild <  v.u ii'ty i'i ( ukiilngs.  platc=  shape  2 c-.ike plates,  ,  and  ti  lHi-Ke���������-  We Imyc a iii.i^uififviiL'iMiiKe nf Ten Set-  SSend for 230 Page Illustrated Catalogue.   It's Free  '"ORTV PIECES  hayi' a iii.iifniliivnL'iMiiKi' of Tea Self up to $15.00.  Cilia logue free, or c.il  stock.  ind examine  Synopsis of -Regulations * for Disposal ot  Mlnorals on Dominion Lands in Mani-  ,    toba, tho, Northwost Territories and  ..  the Yulion Torritory. \'  ��������� rT"r������v--      ;      -<- '    (T  ' Coal.���������Coal lands may bo purchased at  HO per acre for soft coal'and t'10 lor anthracite. Not more than 320 acres can  be acquired by one individual or. com-,  pany.- Royalty at the rate of ten cents  per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be collected  on the gi oss output.   '      -'.'���������"'        - t  Quartz.���������Persons of eighteen years and  over and Joint stock companies holding  free miner's certificates may obtain entry  fui-u- mining location.' ' '  A free miner's certificate is granted for  one or more years, not exceeding live, upon payment in'advance of ?7.5U per annum for an individual, and from i*50 to  UOO^per annum for a company, aceotding  to capital.        .        it' "i __  -A free miner having discovered mineral  in place, may locate a claim 1500x1500 feet  by  marking out the same with two legal'  posts,   bearinBv location, notices,   one   ul  .each end on the line,of the lode-or vein.-  The claim shall be'recorded within<Jil-  teen days if located within ten miles of a  mining recorder's oflicp. one additional  day . allowed for every additional' ten  miles or fraction: The fee for recording  , a claim Is J5.   '        '. * , , i     '  At least fcluO must-be expended on i tlit  claim each year or paid to the mining recorder in lieu thereof. When ?500 has been  expended or paid, the locator may, upon  having a survey made, and upon compl*, -  Ing with other requirements, puichabe  the land at>$1.00'an*acre. .  ^ Permission may be granted by the Mini  Ister oft the Interior ' to locate rrcloinil>  containing iron and mica, also copper, in  the ifukon Territory, of an.area not exceeding lti0( acres. . ' . ' . . .  \The patent for a mining location shall;  provide tor the piiyinont o: a loyulty of ii ijoj  tent or tlie faalua ol uie products otllie louutiun.  ��������� - Placer Mining, Manitoba-and the-JM.W.  T., , excepting the Yukon Territori .-*-  Placer ,mining claims geneially aie liw  - reet^-square;-entry fee, $5,'.ienewaljlu  , yearly. On the North Saskatchewan  itivei claims for either bar or bench, the  tormer being luu feet long and extending  between high and Jow water maik. Uie  tatter Includes bar-diggings, but extends  back to the base of the hill or bank, uui  not exceeding 1,000 feet. Where biCain  power Is used, claims 200'feet wide may  be obtained. ��������� .  Uredgmg in the rivers of Manitoba  and the JM. W. T., excepting the lukun  Territory.���������A nee miner may obtain owi  two leases ol live miles each tin a leim  of twenty,yed.i!>, lenewable in the u,ai.ie-  tlon of the Minister ot the Intenui.    :  The lessee's uglit is contlned to the isuU-  meiged beds or bars of the river ueiov\  low water mark, and subject to the uglus  of all persuiis who Jiave, or wJio may iu-  ceive eiimeb lor bar diggings or ueiiv.ii  claims, bxcuiji. <>u Uie SaakalclieuuA,  ������uver, where the Jessep may diedgu i'o  high water maik oii^each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall have a dredge In opui*  ation wiihm one season noni tlie dale oi  the lease_ ior each uvo_ miles, .but w in vs.  a. peison oi company lias "obtained uiuii.  tJian one lease one dredge lor eai.ii uj-  ceeu miles or ti action is aulliult-'iu  Itciual, i)u pel annum ior each" nine ui  river leased. Ho>aIty at Uie rate ol u\v  and a hall per cent collected on the output atler It exceeds $10,IH)0.  JJredging in Uie 1'ukon Territoi.v.���������aii  leaseb oi live miles each may be tiauieu  to a fiee lniner for a teim ol iweiui  years, .also i onewable. , '  The leasee's light is contlned to tin.  submeiged bed oi bars in the nver below low watei mark, that boundary to  be lixed by its position on the 1st uay ui  August in the year of the dale ol ^tlit  lease.    - ?  TJie lessee shall have one dredge In op-  of the lease, and one dredge' lor each  eration within two years irom the uaii.  hve miles within six years Horn such  date. Heiual, J100 per mile for tho nisi  year, and $10 per mile for eaih subse  quent year. Koyalty, same as placer nun  ing. i  Placer Mining in the Yukon Territoiy.  ���������Creek, river ,gulch and hill claims shall  not exceed 250 feet In length, measuied  on the base line or general diiectloii ol  the creek or gulch, the width being from  1,000 to 2,000 feet. All other placer claims  shall be 250 feet squat o.  Clahns are marked by two legal pusls,  one at each end, bcaiing notices. Imho  must be obtained within ten dais, It the  claim is within ten miles ol mining le-  corder's ofiice. One exlia tlaj allowed  for each additional ten miles oi traction  The person or company staking a cliiliu  must hold a free miner's coi tuicate.  The discoverer of a new mine Is entitled  to a claim of 1,000 feet in length, and il  the paity consists of two, l,5uu reel altogether, on the output of winch no royultj  shall be chaiged, the lest ol.lhe pai iy  ordinary claims only.  Entry fee, J10. Koyalty at lhe rate ol  two and one-half jjcr cent on the value  of the gold shipped from tlie 1'ukoli Territory lo be paid to the Coniptioiler.  No free miner shall receive a grant ol  more than ono mining claim on eacli sep-  erate river, creek or gulch, but the same  miner may hold any number ol claims  by purchase, and freo miners may woik  their claims in parlnuibliip by tiling  notice and paying lee ol il. A claim ui.o  be abandoned, and another obtained on  the same creek, gulch oi ilvei, by giving  notice and  paying a  lee.  Work must be done on a claim each  year to tlie value of at least ?20u  A certlllcate that woik has been done  must bo obtained each yeai; if not. the  claim shall be deemed to be abandoned,  and open to occupation and entry by u  free miner.  Tlie boundaries of a claim may be defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices in tlie Yukon  Official Gazette.  Petroleum.���������All unappropriated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, tlie Nortli-wesi  Territories and within the Yukon Territory aie open to prospecting for petioleum, and the minister may reserve for  an individual or company hnvliig ma  chinery on the land to be prospected,  an area of 640 acres. Should the prospector discover oil in paying quantities,  and satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area not exceeding utu ueres. Including the oil well and such other land  as may be determined, will be sold to  the discoverer at the rate of J1.00 an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate as  may bo specified by order-in-councll.  Department   of   the   Interior.   Ottawa,,  Fobriiary, 1904,  . I  JAMBS A. SMART  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  M  . J. HENRY,  Vancouvhu, 'M. C.<>  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prbp. *  Prompt delivery'of pi'ircpl.s,'h,it{i<at;c  etc., to any part of the City. >.   ,-  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken, v *'   i,,'-,  '"All   orders   left  ,nl  II     M   -Mini he'  Tobacco Stoie, or l>v Tclfpl)'inc.  a ill receive pn unfit  SEE  : ���������. j&m Wf$SBh&>>y. . ;9f~  ,     , , v  Quotations Mihniitleil lor InsoiU'cl Tooth, .Shingle or othi'i- Solid'Tooth  Saw's,  .mil nil   kinds ol  i'1'p.iir  work." Milltnen I'vi-rvwheit- an* t,i'iidinK'ns "repi-al,"  irjra^ow������t<?^.ir,",.-.,ioE ,31T*AyD s,,a^* j������ *������ -- ^ -  Wing Chung's newly imported ' stock   of" Chinese  and Japanese goods.  The, besr"assortmcnt~cver- ���������  landed -in .Revelstoke  of*  REVELSTOKE, B.-C.  useful'  articles:  and  tal  i i'1'ea sei \ icuh  Plates  Ha-kets     -  Cane Chairs  Handkerchiefs  ornamen  "Flower Pols  Umbrella Stanilb  Lunch Muskets  Smoking Jackets  i      Silk Goods.  -    GOLDFISH  ' * *. i  Finest stock of candies and fruit in town.)  Front Street,"Revelstoke.  WAH   CHUNG,  ������tr���������General Store and.  ���������RestaurantrKeeper--���������  A Prime Stock of Groceries, Fruit,,  .'    y Vegetables. ,  ���������  MEALS AT* ALL HOURS..  ���������Try our Iccd^Sodas, Ice Creimi, Strawberries and Cream.    Can't be  i     beaten in the City. '" I  FRONT ST., REVELSTOKE.  ,      ��������� tL.     ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,, PROPRIETORS.   ���������    , '   ^ y '   "   ���������  -Newly built.     First-class in every respect.     All modern conveniences.  Large Sample'JRooms.." ,/ '��������� - ���������   /   -y/"  '.. Rates SI.50 per'Day,    '      _ Special^Weekly Rates.       ,,- ^  Queen's Hotel,  Trout Lake, under  same management^  ���������t/y  ,   ', ' -   V  ,       ���������-���������'���������!  - "i s *  '   . '  0y0\  ' , ��������� yi\  ." ij *  HOTEL;  LARDEAU  '    '   . '   OOMAPLIX"        .'  <$>  <$),"- '       '- ���������  ^, The Best House in Town.  Well Furnished  r$*>  ������-.������  ;-,   ' K--WI  -M':*i  '.Good Tabled,,  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock"/ j*  J -W.-HAMILT,ON, Proprietor.    .' - -" -f-  This slmrlhand is totally (lillcront to .vll  others Itonlj takoa weoks to loarii, instead  ol; months or jear- It can bo road like print  \.l tlio fourth lesson jon write 10 word.- and at  tlio 10th los-on 100 words a imiiuLo Tlieiir'.t  three le&sons enables-jr���������u _ to make'private  note-, ami the Utli lu-son brniK-! jiiu"(in.������rrt(������-  lioiidniKStslo, tho ^(Ith and final, le-Min to reporting It lako-> lint two hour- to learn the  llrst lesson, and a specimen ma> be <-eon at tho  ICooleiius Mini on application tn the in.niaKor.  Mr Hiikuoii. Le���������ons by mail aro iiuito easy  Wo Kiinrniitoo -uccoss Our jmiiiKCit pupil-  aru ISJA, and tho oldostS2. TypowritiiiK LuikIiI  by mail Wo forward sou lo���������ou sheets to loach  jou tho correct iiiiBorniK���������all Hie iitiKor- All  aro taught on the blind touch system. Write,  sujiiiRtho inaclimo >ou liuvo. or iffwoiireto  supply you Willi a Now or Second hand one.  Wo do not hire out machines.  TJSItMS ���������For .shorthand S-10 to completion,  pajablc b> iiist.ilmonls. TjpowritiiiB *2*, to  complotioii, but payment in advance. Addro--  tho Secretary. Studios Vancouver, liriinville  St., llox 801; Victoria, Yale- St., 1* O   U������>x nil  Tlie Master Mechanic!. Pure Tin- Soup hunk  and softens the skin, while iiiotnplly clnuisiiiB  it of ki ease, oil, rust, etc limiluablo for me  chiinics, fnrniei's, spoilsmen. Kieo sample of  icceiptof 2c. for po-lnge. Albeit '1'oilist Soap  Uo��������� imumfiicliirei's, Mont real.    100 SILK PIECES!  Extra largo silk and satins lor lancy  work, Lo\el\ color- sine lo pluisr, ������nh bmik  of fiinoy HOikaiid iiilislic pii'ininin, A I.I j foi  l.i cenl.s, 2 lols lor 2.)U, Money U'fiiined ill;  -taullv if not us repie-enluil. lllii-l iiili'd l.lrfl  IfKHI'!. Aililross: EXCELLO CO., 472 Main  Street, East Orango, N. J.  WHIgMlKl  Standara lomtKiy lor Gleet,  GonorrhtBa and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS. Curtis Kidney and Bladder Troubles.  w  tieeri's Hotel  COMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG,    -       - '"    - .  Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.     * ���������  Travellers to Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation  at tliis Hotel.  zdzrihstik:  PERFECTION -COCOA  It is absolutelycpure  cowaWxTocoiate cake icings,  CREAM BARS ETC. ARE VERY CHOICEST.QUALITY  The COWAN CO., Limited, Toronto  E.   B.   EDDY'S,  DON'T  MAURY, DOCTOR or <l������s  pair, "Don't do a thing"  till you seu cloarlj wluil -  best by aid or FlashllRhts  on Human Naturo, on hrailth, di-e.i-o. luu,,  imirriiiKO and parontni'o. Tolls ulnit vmi'd u-k  n dnrlor. bill (lim'l liku to. '210 p mo-, illu-lial-  ed, Ti cents; bill lo introduce it we -end one  only to any udnll for po-lin,'i>. It) cunt-. M.  HILL PUB. CO., 128East 28th Street, Now  York.  5?  "KlXCi  EDWARD." 1000.-  "UKADLIfillT.'TjOO-,     *  "IvAGLK." KKI- .ind 2()t)-  " VICTORIA.'  "LITTLK C'O.MKT."  FOR   SALE   EVERYWHERE.  1  J  Are the Best that can be bought.  Don't experiment  uiih other and inferior br;i  USE   EIDID~Y"'S /   , '  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  ITTIiliil ���������  .Ifvou think you 'would like  lo start ' '     '  TAKING   PHOTOGRAPHS  just call and see the' variety of  KODAKS  , ���������  ' AND-     '  CAMERAS  CANADA DRUG &  :   BOOK CO.  They keep''all   the   necessary  supplies and  chemicals.    ir  Call, or send 'a post card for  "Catalogue.  MARRIED.  JltiMi;���������,Io.vi:k���������On ,-N'ov. Willi,'hy  Rev.', G. A. Yiocnnioi, Mr. (J. Ji.  IlHinu to Jlioa.Kniily Jones, hoth uf  ���������Kevel.-toke.  Local and General.  i* >  A   big   timber 'ileal   is rono'ic-cl as.  under negotiation J" M<v'M& lScml. ^  Y    ,' ti>o rt mains of the livtc'W. F.'Cnige  .",��������� "'were intoned at Kovel.stqkc  Wednes-  .    day, Kcv.'C. A. l'rociinier conducting  the burial-ervices',' which   weio   wiili  Masonic I101101&.  Thunks   ti)-tliO(. C.  P.  K.   ollicials  t arrangements   weie, made  for n limn  ,' fo lea\e l\ a in loops at 2 p. ni. lotl.iy hy  .which \X. W.'K. .McJniies and Sennloi  Tenipleman will ani\o hen*,  Kucliing  , the city tonight ahout i) p. in. w hon   .i  ' moii-tei meeting will he   hold   in Iho  '   opeia house at which llicsc gentlemen  will deliver aclchesses.      .Scat-   arc he-  iiiir ie-ei\ctl for ladies, v ho .should not  Jo^e thi.-'opportunity   of  hcaiing  Mr  '.Mcliino^ lcputed to   be   Iho gieiile=d  Por.itor in British Coliiinhi.i.     ,  Social & Persohal.  J. M. Sci'tt and 0. S. iUcOarter left  Wednesday r lor iho Coast on, com l  business.    ,  . Jlrs. Urquhait and' Mrs. J'alincr  returned Monday from visiting friends  in Manitoba. '       ���������   ,  ,1 I*'. Taylot' has 'returned from the  piaiiio and will spend the winter in  Ke\ elstoke.  The local lodge 'ol Machinists pre-  t-ented Bio. Slalkoi with an addiess  on leaving'Kevelstoke.  ' The .Scottish concert on BLAiuliew'n  night, Nov  30th, i������oniiscV~torbe a hig  success.    The progiaintne will ho pub  liohed no.\t week. t     ���������    ,  (in Saturday iMis. IJ. Little gave a  hirlhd.iy paity in honor 'of her  daughter Dot, at which about twenty  little fulks'atlciidod. .    ,  Mr.   and    iMis.   .1.     lUcKa-ly    and  di.'.uglitei^wlio have lieeii'visi.tinj; hero  fur   Iho 'ii.i'.t   two   niojiths, loi  their hcniio in Seattle today.  Onr\Vcdn'esday evening a number of  young friends of iMasters .1. and L.  Howson nitistcred a biirpr'i.*-o party,  which' wiis it very pleasant till'tiir.  An.iiigenienLs aro being niade to  organise^ tennis) olub in Kevolstoku  fur next season and it i.������ pioposed to  lay n lawn in tho hospital grounds.  ;i\lr. an'd Mis. C. II. M. Sutherland  will entertain the nienihois of the  Kpworth .League at the parsonage  Monday evening. A cordial welcome  is extended lo all,young people.      -   '  On Hominy night a fitrcwcll dance  wiif. given in honor of ,,Miss McRae,  who is remtning to'her home at Glen  g.ury. ''About thirty at tended and the  ���������Juthoiing was .one of the tno-t enjoy  able held in the city. The' music was  provided by Mr. anil Mm. II.'X. Doyle  for  l>.  ARROWHEAD.  - xrKiom Our-Own  ('onfspoiidcut. ~_      .  TliCo An'owhoad   .Jlolv.iiing "Society  bold.tlicir first' meeting in the hall on  *'Wednesday'evening."   The Mihiect loi  ' debate was '-Ke������oI\ed th.it' triiils-  .no  beneficial to lhe "age-''  Y' K.  ���������!���������  JJ-mg'  ���������   'lor the   .lfhmative   and    Kcw    II.  A  Solly for the negative.     "Hoth gent e-  nieii   proved   themselves   iliuioughlj  'acquainted with   the'subject,  li'tit   a-  Mr. Solly"liacbthe most populai'side of  the question he came  out'victoiiruf.  '  A fter'thc .debate itbe   following   nio-  gramme was rendered :'    Piano  duet  Misses   l.e Sueur;   song   by si*, liltk*  girls, recitation, John Paul lUoAithui,  song," "-Message of tbe   Violets",    Mr  Trossei.     During   the   evening    the  member?   of ' the    Ladies    Auxiliary  served   coffee,   cake   and sandwiches-  antl icili/ed a very neat .-inn   tow a ids  the new altar for the chinch.  J..Fy'fe. of the   Str., Kos.-Iand,   lin*-  lieen taking a'few days holiday       lie  with   the   assistance  of Wall Chung,  was seen to be veiy busy in the  noith  ' end of the "Clachau"   thing   up   hi-  house foi the winter months.  J. Bull is   h'uilding an  addition -to  rhis siore' and   is putting  in a huge  stock of men's furnishings.     Mi. Bull  will mo\e his family heie fiom Slocan  City as soon as building is  completed.  Messrs. Eeid  & -Young   have   pui-  cbascd the bankrupt stock   of   Liuiig-  stone vfc Co. and  aie  moving .-.tine to  their ,-toiu. in  consequence  of  which  they have ioutni it neces-.uy to   build  an addition.  Mis.* Kiik paid a visit tu hoi sistei-  in-Iaw ut.N.ikiiap un Satuidtty.  Mr-. Lyonn.iis. who ha- been visiting in Vancomer, leturneil home this  week.  We are pleased to learn that Mis.  Shaw,, who has heen seiioiisly ill, i- un  tlie road to recovery.  J. "Tf.   Taylor,   ptusei    of   the .-'ti.  Kos-laud,'u   I'xpei te I    home   un   Liu  '2'inil and will   resume   his  dtitie- nn  niedhitelv.  Business Locals.  What Do  You Want  In a Drug Store?  Mere is a splendidly equipped and carefully conducted  prescription department,'  Here are all the recognized  remedies in their best and most  efficacious forms.  Here are toilet articles of all  descriptions for all purposes of  health and beauty,  AT TJIIC  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  CHAS. J.'QfJINAN; Mm linger.  ind Mr." Watt,. ,'.Mis& iMcHiie made  hoi-elf a gient favorite nt iho post  ..llicc"hy"her ohliging'disposition'.      ]  Tho marii.ige"of C. IS. Iltinif, the  well-known nieichant of I'eve Is toko,  ������ ��������� ill Miss Kinily .Jones, sister of jMis  Dans of Kn'st, Sheet, was ,celelnateil  oii Wednesday at .C.'fF. Lindniark's  Ucv 0. A. J'locuniei perforiYiin'n (he  coieinoiiy. Mi-s Corley ntleiid'tl lhe  In itle (ind .1. 11 Time acted .isgTooniMiian  Tlio gnosis picsent weio Mr. .ind Mis;  Lindmaik, Mis. IJaiis, Mr. and Mi's.  I!. M. Hume.. Wedding luncheon was  win served by 'Mis. Lindnmrk, at  which Hov.'Slt. . I'nic'tinier piopnscd  the health ol tlio Ijiidc and hridoT  groom. Tho Inidc wore a luiiidsome  t.tavelling clres������-! of blue .ladies cloth  with hat. to' match. The room, was  piettily decorated with chrysanthemums and the bridoand bridesmaid  each can ied handsome bnquets. ,'Thi*  bridenioom's piesent tu thebi ido-maid  was a haiulsonio'peai.l brooch and pin.  The happy couple left hy the .tile; noon  I ruin foi the west, e'n route to (J.th-  Toi nia, where they pioposo spc.ndiug  the winlor muni lis. *_���������      - _  'Pho J'liilhannonic   S.iciety "gave *a  si.ccessfur concei t  on   Thanksgiving1  night.   The nrograminc consisted   of  selections  hy the* oichesti.t, ulecs  liy l-  i'l   voices,   ladies  quartet   "Welcome  blight and sunny spring" and "Ijclieve  ine   of. alb tho.-e    endearing- yotnu;  cbaiin"'beautifully sung hy JMesd.imcs  Bows, Crcclman, Ocnt,   Wilkes;   recitation hy  Mr. Jliiniphrejs,    highland  fling hy Sylvia   Phipps.   Ji   lin.wii,   L  Stead, and I.,Sutherland,   which   w.is  well done, quintet hy Mesdames   Mew*-  and Dent, Messrs. Allum and   liarhei,  iccit.ttion hy Mr. irenry. sailois hornpipe hy Miss 0. Smfl.h.   which   was nn  excellent item,   picolo   solo   hy   Mi  Gioshy,  nitisic.il  sketch   "\\"c'll   have  lo mortgago the farm'', which was the  best, item on the programme,  and was  contiihutcd   hy  Mesdames   Cieelrnan  and   L'twreiice, Miss   Mollis  and   Mr  Piinglo       An    excellent   programme  con'ciuded w^ith the chorale -Tr.iisc ye  the Loid" and the national ihiMicih.  c The Moidon Sun gives the following  account o1 the golden wedding   of Mr  and iMis.   C.    Duncan,   of   Thornhill,  Manitoba, father and   mother  of Mis  Pal met and Mis.   Uiquhait,  of T!e\ elstoke, and which these ladies attended  with   their   families-      "The  golden  wedding of Mi. and Mis.   Cha-.   Duncan, near Thornhill, was celebi.itcd on  Fi"uliiy evening, .November   Ich.     The  guests to the   number   of   a hunt   one  bundled    began   tu  ,itii\e at   I p. m.  Mi. and Mis.   Duncan   who   aie   still  hale and hearty   gave  all  ,i royal welcome.      The  dining-room   was t.t-tc-  fully iluouiated   with   e\eigii*ens   and  yellow   chiys.uitliemunis,    tho   tubles  woie uNu dccoiated    with 'white   and  nuld    .The luide wute a diess of  [il.tin  black satin tiinimed with scqiim, anrl  ������,i- attendtd by hor   u'r.i nd-d.iiii'lit'*i-  Miss H. Davi , o|-.Thuiiihill. \li--i-   1-  Palmer and A. Palmar, of   Kc\i'|-tok������'  They won-dii's-i's ol cio.im   voile   and  n-.il inultc/e I.ice. while   Mi^  (il,u!}v  I' qtihait acti tl a- maid of   hunui .md  w.i- veiy    prettily   iittiii'd    in    cii.nn  ii.ilc.   uiniiiiid    with   -.iIK    i.i.'e   ,iui\  '-.iiinil   a    |,itgt.     ho'iiii't    of    }i-lliiw  hiy-.iiithi'inuni-. while  Mr. .V.   Ii.ivi-  hi^   M'tii-iahli    giandf.i.thi i  I'ln- l.'irjji'   numh.'i    ui    hi am iiui    .11,<I  i/o-tly pn -1'iits which   th'-y    ii 1'i'iuil,  including,! liand-unn    piu-i-   nf  guld,  -h"W d the i;-|i I'm in whl( h  hold by their many friend-'.  Com lyno.N'i.KV .it HHOWN'ri.  O.indies made daily at. Manning's  ' High class ebony backed mirrors at  Bows' Drug stoic. _ ,  li." Samson , has1 put in a hoiso-  powersaw plant for cutting  liiowond.  A lot of bountiful, bound books al  lhe Canada Ding stoic.  Kiesh shipment of Ca'dbury's chocolates just leceived at'Manning's.  Another lot ol perfumes and toilet,  ai'icles just in tit the lied C-oss JJiug  sL'oio.  ,  Tiuoman's studio is now u])eu'duily  Sittings a'rian'ged' for to suit youi  convenience. Ovei, Caiiadit Drug (*c  Hook Co. '        '  \V., Munro' is< icprcscnting .1. CI.  Macdonald, uf the Kit Jvefurm, in tho  Lanloau, where hoys doing gout'  business. ���������  .lust opened Cadbury i\: Webb's  chocolates, tit the Ked Cross Drug stoic  F. tl. Iliuwn is enlarging his tobacco  stole Io tlneo tiniisjls present sizu.  A new stock of bibles and pravoi  liuoks opened up tit Bows' 'Drug stu'ro.  Plowers and vegetables''all winter  carnations, chrysiintheiiiunis, 'lettuce  and waterctess. ' Floral designs, a  specialty,���������.1. Mai.i:y, F.orist.  Huy your Cigaks and ToiiAcro at  BROWN'S..  Our Witch lltr/.ol Creain for,chnpped  hands nnd face litis always been one of  the very best. We have it in 2f)c and  Mc bottles .at, the Canndii   Drug stoic.'  Visitors to Revelstoke will lind it t<  their advantage to stop at the Centra  Hotel.    Free bus to and from   niiLvay  stations to,meet all tiains.   '        <  A lino lino of' hooks���������poetry ami  prose���������at the KcdcCross Ding stoic.  W. A. Skelton'h'.-is so ddiis'hotel al  Field lo A. McUilliviny who has now  1 wo hotels in "that to,wn. A   -  A good advertisement 'iitt rncts tl'.e  attention, pleases the eye and iuloim*-  lhe mind, ami does niosl good wdien  itappe.u-s in the Koonix.iv AI ai i.. x   ���������  See Manning's now stock *  " Chi istnias .caids now on display at  Hew 's Drug store  Liuge assoi Inienl, of Cii.'aij .md Ci  cnurm, Casi.s at BROWN'S.   .  Read the advei l.isoiuent of the Ili������  Font Oonsolidaled Cold, lMining Co,  Lid ,' m another column. You can't  boat, this as an investment. ,  k'oh-I-Koor pencils, both'copying  and wilting. The best pencil made.  You can always get them at the Canada Diug'stoie.  .1. A.   Buckhain,' tt,hc   enterprising  chemist' of   (loldon * and   Revelslol.e,  has opened a new ding stoie at.   Ii'ield  .    ���������        ' ������ .a  The busiucs-i man whoadverli-e-. all  Ihe'time/nmy make mistakes. , 1 he  man who slops his ad\oi Using ii sine  tn tn.ilcu   a   niisl.iki���������ami   ,i lni^ uiie���������  and should keep his adveitising in the  Kooi'i:xay .Mail all the time.  Ile.ulqtiaitois foi souvenir goods of  Wove stoke and mountain sccneiy.both  in view hi ok-, spoon-., cauls, etc , at  the Canada Dr..g A  Book stoic. ^ '.  This is ,how moie of our .-ub.-cribei.-  inight wiite of the 'Koori'.VAY Mau. .  "I toad the Mail fui much the saint  leason thatotheis do���������because I enjoy  it. and because it keeps mo in touch  with the life of tho community as  nothing else does.  J. Ma ley has had a big demand foi  cut Mowers, pot* plants. Ax., since  electing bis hot-huitse on tho big  llend load. He has itnprtned the  heating appliances and 13 litislllg a  splendid lot of carnations and oihei  llowei ing plants for supply ing cut  llower-, be-ides vegetables for Christ  ma.-..  The Family Ifemfd and Weekiv  dt.-ir of Montreal has been most fortunate this year in .-electing ^tch ���������'  beautiful picune a.- " The Princess at  Work" for a premium. It is a roa!l\  beautiful subject, and there, is a perfect run un the Family Ht-raM ttn-  season. The publishers ate looking  for some bright, energetic boy- and  ���������-'iris   in    ihis   locality   tu canvas lur  THE LEAD  BOUNTY.  Leading.Mining Man Tells of  *   its Benefits.   , ,  Praises Work of W. A. Galliher.  J.'C. J-bury, ihe^iuiniiig man, says:  ' 1 see by tho iigures ul tne silver load  shipment lor Oolubu', to the' Hall  Mines smeller, that. ,tlie St. Jiugene  stands ti long way. ahead of the lead  piodttcert^yu?,!'^ puuuds of lead out  ol a tuttil ul l,22L,&0Tpounds, netuly  twice, as much at> all , the other producers put tugethei, and theiois plenty  inuic lclt. ',    ,  " The St. Ktigcne cuinpiuiy believes  in assisting and protecting the homo  smelters, and we lmvosont till our out  put lo tlio huine binelters since ctuly  in, August, not 'sh'ipping a pound  abroad- under our contract > with ' the  Belgium people.' When we get oiu  water system into working order-once  more wo will be able luexpoit some  oio in addition to lullilling oiir  arrangement ut homo,,and there will  lie plenty uf work for nil ,our mon  through thcwiiitor right along.  " J have, of course, watched the  steady rise in London and. have been  delighted with the lead situation, the  rise has boon so stoitdy ol late andtliu  tone ol the market so strong that 1  iuok for still higher puces. It it goes  up to ������10 itis., as J hope it will, the  lead bounty will cease so"long" as lead  leinains ut. that piice^ but you i must  loinoniber'Uiat tlio bounty has made  it possible loi" twenty nine shipping  piuportios to send, their products tu  olio HullvMutes ''smeller last month,  Kooptliutipl.iiit busy and enable pio-  ducers ty take advauUigeof the rise in  ,ioad.' , lt'niunt not bu lorgotlcn that  iiui lor the bounty the ot. lingerie, lor  instance, wytild b.ne [        '  i;i..MAi.vi:n ui.os'iip i'iowjt, ',  and so'-wutild almost all the other  [iiutlucois. 1 would lk/gl.id to see the  liiiee of le.ul go up and remain up so  that the government bl Canada wi  nut'ho called upon to pay a cent ol  lioutity ii'ouey. '  '-  '���������The 'assistance the bounty has  already .imply 'jusiihed the grant  mgolit by the ��������� Lam ie(i-;govoi nmoiit.  Dow'ii aiotiiul iMoyio^iiud , "������ Kast  K'ooteiiuy {r'uiioi.illy I look foragie.it  voLo fur Mi". Liallihor on the '20b Jiu  lias 1'iuliiy (lesei'ved the suppoi't ol the  community, and 1 'am satisfied, will  get a gieat majoiity iu out section, as  well as in the'rest of the riding-.  ZINC; ORE.  i ____  Becoming a Valuable Product.  "A. 0; tiiiide, tho manager of the  Payne, s.i'ys . ''For years past the  inainst.i} of the Slocm has been its  leatPore. Jndood- o'l-mncli has this  boon tho case. that, when thouwnei of  property in the Slocan ran into zinc,  lie usually, closed his mine. A striking  example of this," instanced iMr.CJaidc,  '���������was the Lucky Jim at Bear Luke.  Phis was* opened some twelve yoais  igo, inn into zinc and closed. Last  \ear it was again opened and four men  took out ovei ii thousand tonsofoie,  running i)l 'per cent in zinc, and  -hippedit.it peciini.ny advantage t  thetnse ws. Indeed," said Air. Gii'-de.  ���������'/.n'ce ore may he quanicd along lhe  hanks of the Kootenay Lake. And u  iri this'dcmaiul for zinc which fei.ds  uicll a losy hue to tliu futtu-o of Slocan.  Any oie which will run from 42 to -1-1  per cent, zinc and upwards is payable  even undei present puces for freight  ind smelling. Anything over 50 pei  <ent is gooil and can besh.pped crude.  I them. It' is a good opportunity for u  good U>} to make money for ihe lioli-  l.iy -cisoii. Full particulars may be  md bv w iiting tbi.-ni.  CIGARS AND TOBACCO.    ,  When Cigars and ToL.k ou- are  mentioned' on'e n.itiu.illv think- of  MI.'OWN'.-.   Sit flTHiClt'SIORI-:  L--  in TiiK samk class.  CURLING CLUB MEETING.  I eh iy-.in  lilttendei  -t-  iiiiiimI   nieetiiii; "f the Ri-wl-  e ("tu ling Club wiil be ||i.|d m >*,,  iii'vt   Tbui-d.iy e\eniii'.'  in i hi- -ii/ii t, an- inviti d  2 I-iu- hall  Al ind ie-|i  ('��������� atti nd  K. Wilson, of ^Nelson, is appointed  deputy of the district L registrai for  Kooteiirf}- land legistrution during  the absence on leave ol II. F. McLeod,  \.G. Fuller to bo stijicrintendent of  the branch hospital for the insane at  Vernon, Dr. A!orris to be medical  ollicer of biaiicb hospital fot insane at  Vernon.  OPERA  HOUSE  TONI'GT  AT '.I O'CLOCK.  Come and  best   Cam I  hear  .lign  W. W. B.  PiitL-b  speaker  JfflcINNES  (J/ilu m l>i;i '*-  and  Oialoi  ni'  thev   aie  CHURCHES.  I'lli si:vi i iiiav.  Rev.  C.  A.   Myi r-t,  15. A.,-of   Field,  will occ.ipy the pulpit in St.1 Andrew'.-  Church tomorrow.  liev. XV.   Calder  goes  to   Field   fur  Sunday.  I'n.-toi's litblu chits at 2-:!0.  Bible rending class on \Vrdnei<d,iy  ut 8 p.m. in tbe vestry of the church.  This cluss is open to all students of  the Bible and is designer! fr, mccl a  great want in the I'hriitian lif/-.  (Jood congregiitions greeted 1,'ev. .!.  C Ileirhnim, D D , snpci inleiidcnf, of  mi-sionsof 15. C and Alberhi, in St.  Andrew's Chinch lust Sunday. Tlie  pieseiiccof (he Dr. was helpful and  stimulating.  Ml 'IllOlilfil.  Subject.���������-A.m., "An Old Testament, |  'cvival and how it came."; P.m.,"The  ���������ight kind of man to vote for."  I5F. r;| Vi:.\  A Wa V  v. ho eiiiniM   to . or  ���������    ne\f    I'lun-d.iy  .iimI pi-ivi ���������/ (/,   mo  r'IU'1 To  T , cM'ry pi-r-on  ollice on o.' I" I ir  el.iim" t Ins tew.irrl  ���������<iilisf.ict ion lh.it hi'  read, lieu/I i'i, or in  gotten any know li di;e /,f rhi^ .ulier.  tbcincnt. we will p.tv flUI) in c.i������h  This c*itiMoi'd;ti.iry oiler is nn/le m  onlei that 've mny lind out wh.. i* i-  tbal tb csn't read the ,t/kcrti-i-nient������  in Tin. Is'noi i:\ \ y Mail.  h.!"   rieithei    -. . i,  ail} ol hi I   in   Inn i  HON. SKNATOIt TKMPLKMA N  <il   Victurl.i.  .'''in-/n.itiii -     au/l     .S'.ci.tb-il-  'I'lial'y inv if������ il  L I'll'-- mi ttcl       .-oaf- H -��������� r.' d  WA'XTKb  I!'  )K;n'(;lk    koc.mi  n������im  h.u HO"    by   / .llhll^    mi  ill      I'cilhe    ,IU(I    |, loving    |,|l.(|.'ll'  pit} lllg l'A|������'ll-l-n  > an  Cbi.-I  ./nil  tOP.SALi; CIIKAJJ    Onc<o.,l -i.  Li >v   -1/  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hoi  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve f:ittin-i[s,  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  niectric Fixtures ^ f>u( In.  V|>|ily in K"iiteo,iv  e    and   one  Al.nl ollb-.  Ii-iil"i  I HiL   WANT Kb   for   diiiiiiff-i-'oin  woik, dr.    Ap|)ly lo Win, ILun.  ill/in, Com.ipli <.  Mil 11'' invii"! of ,/ fi iii- of L,idi.--H[.  iicleseim have -.line  KnriTKV.tY M \ir. Ofli/e.  (/1  mi applymg.it  it'AN"I Kb - A e.iifi.ikoi. A[i|>lT m  V> piTfon.il bii|i/'ii,i! JJ.ink ol Cmii-  nl.i,  Ji"ve|-,lol<<', '"\i  WA.VTKf)    Srveial    K(ii,(|  ���������win k aioiuul s,i wmill )i  llll'll     lo  and   vinil  i;i^ I'end Lumber (\iiiii\mi\v.    An  lie,id.  J"'  PEOCLAMATION  Electoral District of Kootenay To Wit:  PUBLIC iVoTJOK IS JIEJtBIJY  given'to Elcctorfe of the Klectoral  District aforesaid, that in obedience to  Jlin Majesty's wiit to me directed'and  bearingd.ito the 2'.)th clay of September,  A. J). J!K)L, 1 lequirC the ' presence of  the elcctorfe at the COUKT HOUftlS  in the CITY OF ^TKLS0^r in .said  dibtiict on tho FIKST DAY of the  month, of tfOVJiMJJUR, A. li. l!)0I,  fiom noon until two of the clock in,the  iiftornoon,|for the jiurpose of'iioniinat-  ing a per.son to represent them in'tho  HOUSE OF COMMONS of CA'jVA DA;  and that in case a poll is demanded  and allowed in the manner by law pie-  scribed, such poll will be opened on"  the 22nd day of A'ovum her,'A. li., l'.JOl  from tho'hour of .Nino in tho foionoon  until Five of the clock in the afternoon in each ot the following 'polling  divisions, that is to say:    <���������  So.  I..  ';(!  4.  ny  <;.  7.  8.  !>.  10.  11.  J 2.  J 3.'  M.'  15.  1G.  17.  i IV-  Second Street, Revelstoke  WAN THI) Itcli.iJWe AIKN in ewry  town in Cimii/l.i |o |,ike older-,  foi tailoi-imide (lollies; pel Inn lien!  eiiiploymenl, good :eouniiisHion ; experience tiniu'ee.sMiiry.���������U. L. Bouvior,  Citslom Tailor, Ml Lombiird Street,  Toronto, Out.  Kosilaud. ,  ltoaaland.  ltossland.  Hossland. i/  Rossland.  Nelson.'  Nelson.  Nelson.  Nelson.  Nelson.    .  Trail.  Trail. ,      '     '  Kevelstoke. .  Revelstoke. ?    ���������  Kaslo.  . , l  Kaslo.     ',       '     '    'e  Cranbiook.   '  18. Criiuhrook. ^  19. 'jCranbrook. "    -  20. Fcriiie. .     ''  'Fcrnio.  Fernic.  Cliimi Creek.  Cttstlegar." i  "Fire Valley.  Deer Park.  ,   - o    ���������    ,  Jim ton City.        c  Nakusp. '  St.-Leon.    - i  Anow head. ,   '  licaton.  Coniaplix, , '   c  Camborne.  Wigwam. ,, a  Clanwilliam.  lllecillewaet.  Albeit Canyon.  Glacier.      ,    '���������    \i  ���������Itogcrs Pass.     '     r     :  Beaverniouth.  Donald. '    t  Coldon.    , _  Palliser. t  Field. ���������    -  '  J log Ranche. ���������   *  Carbonate.-  Spulliniachceii.  Galena. t  Briscoe.  Wilnicr.      ' " -  a thclnicr.' ���������  Windciinoi'e.  Waneta. ' '    '  Erie.,-  -Sal nio. .  Ymir. ���������  Ynui'jrill. ���������     -  58. ..Queen iWinc.  5'J.   Arlington- j\I ine.  Second Relief Mine.  Velvet Mine,  Patterson.  Slocan Junction.  Win law.  Slocan t City.  Enterprise Landing.  Silvcrton.  New Denver.  Eoseberry.  Tin cc Forks.    ,  Sundon.  McGuigan.  White n liter.  ]j.ardo.  Poplar.  Trout Lake City,  Ferguson. i  Ainswortli.  Pilot Kay.  Granite.  Athahaska Mine.  Fairview.  Willow Point.  Proctoi.   -  Sirdai.  ICitchonor. '  Cieston.  Moyie City.  K'inibeiloy.  Fort Steele.  Foi t Steele Junction  Ryan.  Marysvillu.  Mioiiw  Can tithoi.s' Mill.  Wind nor.  Mull River.  Perry Cieek (Old Town.)  Wattshurg.  Wa.-u.   -  Gateway.  RykerlB.  Jafl'r.iy.  Klko.  Morrissey Mines.  (Jin honntlo.  Morrissey.  Coal Cieek,  Sparwood.  Michel.  The Loop.  Crow'.s Xcsl.  Molly Gibson Liiuding.  Galena Hay  (Dickinson's  Camp)  McCullocb  Creek (Hig  Mend)  RevelMloko   Lumber  Co'h Ciunp (Dig Uend)  Klkmoiith,  Sinclair  Fairmont  Thunder Hill  And furl bet, that on the 5th  day of  Decern her,  A. D    IfiOl,  at   (lie   Couit  Ifou-e,   in   the Cily of  Xel-on, at the  houi of I I o'clock   in   the   foienoon, I  ahull open the ballot bo\e.-<,add up tlio  vobH given for the soveial  candiilutes  nnd reltun its  elected   the one having  Ihe majority of the vute.-t.  Given   under  my hand, at the City  i f l.'o-.slaiitl, this 8th dn.y  of  October,  A.. b..i!)o-L ���������..-'��������� ...,,.,.     .:, y-y ";������������������  .    ,       ���������      .  JOHN D0ULTI5EE, ,'  JKeturuing Ollicer.  ' 21.-  22.  2U. "  _2'l.  25?  2G!  ���������27.  28.  2!).'  30,  31.  ���������:i2.  ,33,  ,'M,  35.  30,  37.  38.  30.  'JO.  "II.'  '12.  , 43/  . 44:  45.  4C-  41.  48..  49.  50.  51.  52.  53.  '51.  55.  50.  57.  '     GO.  1     01.  .'     02.  ' <   63.  '     64.  '     65.'  '     60.  '     67.  '     OS.  '   ' 69.  '      70.  ''    71.  '      72.  '   , 73.  '      74.  '      75.  1      70.  77.  78.  70.  80.  81.  '    82.  S3.  84.  85.  SO.  87.  88.  89.  90.  ill.  '    92.  93.  '91.  95.  96.  97  98.  99.  100.  101.  102.  103.  101  105.  100.  107.  I OK.  109.  110.  III.  112.  113.  114,  115.  110.  117.  118.  119.  120.  ,    BIG TIMBER DEAL    r ���������;  ' J. A'! Magee has been receiving congratulations from his .friends on having put thiough another lni'gc timber  deal, having sold to Messrs. McGold-  lick and Lam mors the timber limits  on Adams Hiver in r. which he was  interested with Messrs. Cinnnin ��������� and  J. R. McICcn/ic. The transaction is  an important one, in that it involves  large considerations and means the  opening up of a virgin held' for  lumbering. ' Messis. McGoldrick and  Liunmeis have evidently great faith  in the future of the limit er indttstiy  in this province as they also hold extensive limits on tho Duncan, River  and intend putting in a huge sawmill  at Nelson to handle the lumber fiom  those limits. Their new puichase on  Adams Hiver cinbiiioos '43 , miles of  timber and it is probable they W'lll  erect a mill* on' Shuswap Lakes lo  handle this'hi in her, (.litis establishing  another important industry in that  section.        ,   '; .    ,,  GENERAL NEWS.  lineo Inlut is to bo (he 'Pncilic  terminus of (lie Grand Trunk.,,    .  'lhe Gieat Northern intends running two trains a day between Vancouver and Seattle.,,    , . ���������  A liicat Victoria damaged Weilor  4!ro������. furniture factory, to the' o.\tont  of $3,000.  ��������� "_'/.,  .). Taylor,' 'gardener at 'Columbia  hospital, iv,is run over by a V. V. it 15.  train near Westminster and killed.  Albert Sahn, who was hold for blowing .up stoves tit Ferguson, was remanded for medical examination ,11s  to his sanity.    -. ��������� . (  The Trout Lake Water Supply com-  panyjl'iab turned on its water supply,  which is found a great convenience to  the residents of Trout,Lake.  ' .Wc acknowledge receipt o'f tho first  number of the" Mining Review, which"  is the consolidation of th'c'Topic and  Kngle, and it is a great' impiovonicnt  as a local newspaper. Wc wish the  newcomer all success. . .r  With reference to the closing dbwn  of the Oyster-Criterion.niill at Caiii-  bo'rnc,'tlic shut-down is only temporary, to enable ^stock,to be takcirand  efVcct'Somc improvements,., the piinci-  pal of which is the addition of another  ten stamps to thc> mill, thereby increasing the capacity to 20 stamps'.    -,  THE MINE  The JCootcnay Ore Company will  erect nzinc concentrator at KaslO.  Two'sticks of native silver li ivi* been  taken'from No. L mine at AitiiWor h \  A deal is being arranged by Ameii-  can   capitalists   for   mineral 1 I.linis iu  the, Rend.  G. boiy,  of Thurhiw  l-l.iiid,Vioius'  have discovered the lost art of tempering copper., '< "   -  The Prospector says a rich deposit  of nickel'is 10 bo developed on Wild  ,lloise cieek.  Messis. (.[oidon, Snelland Shannon  have leased thoir'cl.iims on (ho/Nellie  L. hill tO'a Piltshurg. 111,111. -  Ijotindiiry has shipped 700,000 tons  of ore* this year, the.Gr.tnby smelter,  having ticated 500,000tb is.  Lead is at ������13 10s.,3d.'in 'London,  and if it rises to ������15 10&. the govern;  mont bonus will <coase as it will no  longer bo requhed.  'A 1; timber of, good bids have been  received,for Lucky .lini /.iuc ore which  were nearly double ''the pi ice paid for  ore shipped, to Joplin, Kansas.  The Trail Smeller has puiohnscd  from the Pacific Coast Pipe Co.''over  two miles of ,\virc-boiind> wootlen pipe  for its new water 'works sysleni.  It is iiro]iosod to. introduce gold  dredging .'into Cariboo, tho Ward  Hydralic Company having arraugod  to install a .dredge on their property  The St. Eugene has 400,000 (011s of  ore icadj for ni'ining and shi^iment.  The mine has just paid its rpturlerly  di"idcn'd of two per cent.', and has'  $131,000 credit balance after pay ing "a  debt of $20,000. ' -'      f  Tangho won the appeal against,the-  Grent Noi them   Mines  in   the Lucky  Jack suit, ttic courts thus establishing  tho legality of claim' jumping���������a disgraceful condition''of the mining laws  of'thc province.-, ,   '    ���������  1 ..I  / The Dominion Government .have  issued in pamphlet form a'valuable1  report by Prof. Prock on<Poplar Clock-  and other Lardoiut ' camps. This  thoughtful action . of ' the;" Ottawa  authorities should do'much to attract  attention to what is undoubtedly,one  of the richest mining sections 01/the  American continent.  ," FooL'*'. Shoes  tu  oometimes ex*  {������������������'[pertsho.e men are  fooled  by imita-  ' vtxoh-GbpSyear Welts*     '   , -  Sometimes they buy these '  imitations to fool you*  Buy the real u Slater Shoe/'  '    made by no other, process but  Goodyear Welt*  For Men  $4,00       ���������     \t/ $3.50  $5.00       For Womcn $5.00  V  -kzttwftj ���������jL3:^,3fa^r^5^jAniwaagjBJeweti  C. B. HUME & Co., Agents, Revelstoke,  iMOVIt'K IH IIKUKIIV II1VKN Hi.it llmtj  c<l.i>s allci il.nc I inti'iiil In apiily Iodic  Clncr ('(iiiiini���������iiiiicr of L.iikK anil Wink-loi a  -lii'oi.il Iicuii-u lo cut 11111I cm ry away Iniihui'  limn lln; lollouiiiK (loci 1 bud l.iluU in Ihu  ICuutunay Diiti ict :���������  NiiiiiIii'i'(Inc.  I'lMiiniuiiLiiiKiil, |k)-I ni.iikcit ".I.']'. I'Viilon'-  SI. \\*. em nci* jio-l," .nut planted two milus i.i-t  llOlll.l |P.Hill Oil HlOL'.lsl I1.111I, ol llio CoIhiiiIii.i  1 iicr, .iliotit olio,ind .1 ll.ill niilo- .iliove inonlli  nl I .nine 1 iiu, lliL'iit'c 1101 lh III chains, Iliuicu  i'H-1 Ilill chain-, Ilionco south IU chain-. Iliuncc  wisl Ihil t.hiuns lo (iliicc of coininuiiccinuil.  Il.ilul Hupt. ai, I!, II.  Niimlicr Two.  I'niiiiiiuiiciiiK al a )io,t 111.11 Ked ".I. T. Kun-  lon'-No. I cm iiui po-l," |il.ml ml two mile-ui-t  fiom 11 iiiiiot 011 the cist h.ink of 1,1 ic CoIiiiiiIii.l  i ivi r, .iboiil one anil n hull' miles nhtnc llio  iiiniith of Ciinoe I ivcr, thence hoiilli lOcli.uiw,  Ihcncucasl IIUI chain-, I hence noi III III cliiiin-,  llienee went WI chains lo place ol' coinmcnce-  lllllll. ,  Dalcil .Sepl.'.'lth, l!li|l.  .101 in* 'i'. I"*I':ni.o.v.  iMOTK'K IH lll'IKKIIV (IIVKN Hint ,'tll dnys  J> lifter diile I intend to apply In llio (Jliii'l  ('oiiiiiii-hiniKii of 1,'iiiils nml Works for a  Hpurlnl lleeiiho lo cut and eiu'ry away timber  fiom I lie following desciilied liuids Jn lhe  ICooiciiuy dl-lilcl:  N'liinlii'i' Ore.  ('oinini'iicliiK nl a post innrl.cd ".I. \V. Mac-  fniliuiu's H. W. corner poil." planted hi I chains  M.illli of .1. T. KenloiTh N. \V. ((irnci post,  I hence east Ilill chain", llienee norlh III cliitniM  tlienco west IUI cluiins, llienee -oiilh III c alls  lo polnl ol commeni cnienl.  NiiiiiIict Two.  Coninicni'iiiH ul po-t marked "J. \V. .M������c  fniliuiu's S. W. coiner posl," planlcd Id elinlns  soiilh.lhcNci) KlchiiiiiH cast of J. \\r. .Miicfuiliiu's  No. I H, W. eoiiier posl, thence cusl, KilJ eliuhin,  I hence noilh 10 chains, llienee west Ilill cluiins  llienee Honlli lOch.iins In place of eomiiience'-  ii leu I.  Haled hcpl.-ilili, MUM.  .1. \V. JI/MIKAKLAXK.  jVfOTICI': IK IIKKKBY (ilVKN lli.il, tlmlj  rliijH iillei diile I uilcm! lo apply to llio  Chief CoiiiiiiK-loiici of Lands and M'urks foi a  spectil licen-eto ciil.and eari'j away Minimi-  fiom the rollnwniK dcscrilud I nids in lhe  Kooleiiiiy lil-lncl:  1.  CoiiimonciiiKnl n iiostin.iiked '.I. JI. ICelho's  ri. U. i oilier po-l",mo planted on ca-l hank of  Colninliln Kiier, .ihonl   on'.'imlo  helow inoi'lh  or  Milium-}   (net.  thence noilh   Ml ch.iiii-  theii(eui-I   10 ihiiin-, llienee-uiilli 1MI cliinii-,  th< nee we-t I'J chains to the pl.icoofcoiiimciKe- [  nil nt.  i  . CiniiiiieiK infill ,i poM*mm ked "J. JI. ICeliic's  r.- ,'" ","<:'. I'"''1' "ml I'lmitcd lit we-t hiuik of  t. olnmhm Hn oi, ,ihout twu inilu- below .......tl,  of Jliilom.'}- Creek,  thence north   ICT   ehuins,  thenco west 10 clmins, thence south IGO chimin  llieiicceii-t lOchain." to place of com tncnccineiit,  filled   this i!7tli day of Septmber. ltJl.  ���������J. i������I. KELLIE  VfOTIUK IK IIKUKIIV CilVKN th.it, Ihnly  J_> (lay-, .ifler dule.wo intend to in,ike .ipph-  c.ilion lo the Hon. Chid Cominissionci ol Lniuls  .md 'Woiks lor .1 spcci.ll license to enl a nl  c.uiv nw.iy tinihei fiom the followniK desciilied hinds:��������� - -���������~ - ..  Niimljer I. ,  ConiineneiiiK nl, ,i post, planted about Im:  chains west of llo}d'.s Cilnii on the dnide  between Ci.inbcriy (Jieek .md 1'in^sloii t'uek.  ni.iikcil "H.ll.l, Co'-, noi I li-cist coiner po-L."  thence -until *ji| cii.nus, thc-ncc wc-i MJ cli.nus,  thence norlh hi) chains, thence cist ltl chin ns to  point ol count enceiiieul.  Number-'.  CoinmcneiiiKiil a po-t pliuilid ou lhe west  side of IC. io H. block hi 1 about one mile west ul  wliuio Hu}d'- Trail lo I'niKslon (Jieek ciosscs  llie back line ol -aid block und in.uked "il.lt.  I,. Co'.s. south-eitst coinci |iosl." theiicCH-esl WI  chains, llienee noi Hi till chains, thenco (list Ml  chnln-j, theme south hd chains lo point of cum-  mcucciiienl.  Number H.  CoinmcneiiiKiil,n post planted  on  Ihe wcsl  side ol IC. icb. block .SI I, about one and ouo-liiill  inllc'M suiiLli of wlieie lluyit's ti'iiil  to l'ln(,'slon  Creek   uios-es   the   back   line   of  said   block,  linn ked "ll.ll.lj. Co's. noi Lh-eiisl corner posl,'  thence soulli WI elinlns, llienee ucst h(l chain-,  llienee noilh m elinlns llienee cusl S'l chains  lo point of couimcuceiiieiit.   <  Number I.  Coiiiini'iiuliiKiitii po-t pluiilcd one mile west,  or I he Mjiilh-wost coiner ol   lv. it a.  block .SOU  and mai'kcd "X. JlcK.ichei n'n soulli cast corner  po-t,   tliuuce noi tli  Uiu chains, I hence west In  chains, I hence soulli 1MJ chains, ihonco east  10  ( chains lo point ol commencement,  Arrow head, Nov. i>, mil.  > JUU H10N1J LUilUUU CO. Ltd.  Ildlt)   \TOTICH IS IIBIVKHV (.'IVliNTliatWKU^s  ������.y alli'i'diilu I inleiid to apply lo the Cbicl'  Coinini-sionei'ol Landjiuid Woiks tor pei mission lo pinch i-o Jl'O ueies of laud dcscubcd as  lolluws :���������  CoiniuenciiiKat a |iost planted on tilio cast  shoie of Upper Anow Lakc.iliuut a (ju.utcr of    ,  ������������������������������������Iu noil!��������� uf Hull   Way ('rock nc.ir KI. Leon,   -.'  niai'l.ed    u . (.owaiis.soiitb-wc-t,cornel- po-t,  Ibciieo east 10 chums, ihcncc noith   lllchains,  thence w-c-htaboiiI C) chains to llieciiht shore ofy  said lake, llienee in a south easterly direction  rollowniK lhe n'cnndei'iiiKo of said idioio to tho  point of coinmcncciiieul.  Haled the 7th da} of Novcnibei', A. 1). Ill'll.  ,.,.  ,��������� WA1. COWAN.  NOTICE.  AI'TliU NOV. 1st, 1!)0I, tlii'Siindny  trips of (he .Slciincr Gcorxe  J*'.  Piper, lieliveeii C'uni.iplix, Jjciiton and  A.iowlii'.-icl, will lie DJWOONTINUfiD  n.uil fin tliei'iKitice;       ���������      -��������� -.--��������� .-  EAIPIKK LUMBER CO. Ltd.  By A, F, Dudgeon, Mgi*,


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