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 READ   BY   3000   PEOPLE.  1' ;���������   '  Vol. 8.-N0. 32.  REVELSTOKE. B. C., NOVEMBER 15. L901.  1  $2.00 Per Year.  Union made goods are our specialty.  ��������� |\ew and fair,.price is our system,  |nto our store then pop and sec      "  ,"  Overalls,jumpers, ALMOST FREE  ' [\lever forget if you missed 'em.  Ma,,y a nian fr������m *l freight caboose,  Anchifter the dust from the engine.   ���������  De-'ii'cs a'good suit or a finerpair of shoes,  ������ven hundreds of things we can't mention?  oods that are (JNIOH MADE have we,  ften we'veseen you speeding  ut of the railroad yards to conic  own to our store to purchase some  tamped with the Union reading.  O  0  E  ' ���������        alwavs carrv the best stock of    '  i *��������� *  Ladies' Dress G-oods, Men's Furnishings,  Boots and Shoes, House' Furnishings  eans  things;  It's time now for you to be booking out.'for winter's warm  These cool davs-of fall .will be bad for health.  f ������n l  Comfort Counts. ,.   I Stocking  Time.  It is wise (o provide comfort-  able things for. cold weather,  and 1he ph-dent^womcn-wiir-  have these ready. You vvill  find in this.store warm goods  for'warm clothe?. Fur garments and all the novelties  which will acid to lhe beauty  and protect the health through  the rigors of winter.' .  Lad! Ob' Elect He -Seal Cap*  crine with high storin collar  and long front? lined with  heavy satin $12  Caperiuc of Electric t'eal  Alaska fc'ahle trimmings with  high storm collar, satin'lining,  rpccial.., $15  Scarf of Electric Seal flinpcd  with eight tails, special.., ,$9  Child's White" Lamh Skin  Collar and 'Muff with Gauntlet  We have abundance of quality here and,a vnriety of prices  r,which will enable, anv_woman  , lo buy, justrwhat iheivantsln'  the way of hosiery.  Ladies' Black Cashmere  Hose full fashioned, warranted  fast black, regular price 85c.  our price '.'..., .25c  m  Now its time for Blankets  and we are ready for the cold.  J{ you are. not ready now its  time you were getting ready.  Here we have line comfort-  giving Blankets, long enough  to tuck under your feet without  exposing your shoulders. You  get these Blankets at such  reasonable prices, 'just nt the  heginning, of ��������� ii season when  Blunkett- will piny a hig part  in the '���������' Comfort-" of u llotiic.,!  White 'Blanket?, assorted  borders, full double, bed sizej  on sale at  ���������. i. ���������.,  $3 50, $4, and ������4 50 a pair  Mitts, special ..... ..,.$3.75  Sole Agents for P. D. Corsets.  Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.'  A Coming Town.  , Cory Menhinick is one of the  pioneers of Fish Creek, and while  some of his friends describe him as  a ''lucky beggar" wc are rather inclined to think his success is due  to his shrewdness, for whether it is  a townsite or a mineral claim, the  good judgment of his selection is  everywhere apparent. A Cornish-  man to the backbone, Mr. "Menhinick has perpetuated in this new  land ��������� several of- the names so  familiar to cousin Jack, whether,in  the field of story or the mine,  Cambprbe, with" its  great school  of mines", is oncof the features of  old Cornwall, and Mr. Menhinick,  regarding the plot   of   land   now  known as Cum borne' us possessing  the advantages which go to make a  successful townsite   in   a   mining  camp,   secured ,il    for that .purpose,   By the preparation of maps  and . plans��������� showing the  townsite,  and its relation to the mineral dis'  coveries on Fish river, Mr. Menhinick   did   much   to    bring   the  district   into    prominence,    and  ncone   of   ordinary    observation  could visit Camborne without being  most favorably impressed  hy   its  surroundings, and .with  n������ knowledge that here is  the key  to the  Fish Creek mineral district.  Situated on a level piece of land,  at the junction  of  Fish  river and  Pool  creeks,   Camborne   forms   a  convenient point for  branching off  to the different, camps, and' already  the trails to the Gold-fit.c'.i an.I adjoining properties now known as  the Camborne Group, on the right  bank of Fish river, to' tho Eva, on  the ieft bank, to the Imperial and  Oyster groups between  Fish river  and Pool creeks, to the Wide West  properties'tip Pool creek,   and' to.  the Beatrice all have   a" common  centre'ut Camborne, making it a  convenient supply   point   for   the  leading camps in the district.  The past season has seen con  siderable activity at Camborne  where several new buildings have  gone up, and new businesses have  been started. Tho hotel accommodation is fairly good. The original  hotel, known as the Pendragon, a  well-known Cornish'title, is owned  by Mr, Menhinick, and.-is run by  the' lessee, M. Buchanan. This  hotel has' stabling accommodation  atfncliedi  ,  The other hotel is the Era,' built  and owned; by J. A. Gray, who is  getting il into shape to afford first  with most encouraging prospects,  li. 0. McClyniont, of Rossland,'is  also interested in a property near  Camborne on which a good strike  has been made.  A barber's shop has been started  by J." Kill,;  Camborne ��������� is about 1S0U feet  above sea level and is connected 'by  wagon roads  both  with  Coniaplix  CORRESPONDENCE  Redistribution.  and Thornton's Landing.  Mrs. .Drew is a successful poultry  breeder, having very complete  poultry houses and yards,'with a  stock of about SO fowls.  The soil at Camborne is rich,  and capable of growing anything.  In Messrs. Drew & Co.'s garden wc  saw a crop of vegetables that would  be a credit to anv garden.  Camborne has b.;cn surveyed into lots by Mr, Pcveareau, P. L. S.,  of Comaplix, and the title has been  obtained, so that purchasers of lots  will have no dillicuky in procuring  their" titles. H. S. Wallace, of  Rossland, recently bought the controlling interest in the townsite,  and is pushing its interests ahead  most vigorously. He has appointed  agents at Camborne, Rossland,  Revelstoke, and other points, Mr.  J. 1). Sibbald being agent for Rev-,  elsloke.  ��������� Among the lions of Camborne  arc- its big cedars and with pardonable' pride the residents take visitors to sec these monsters of the  forest, One tree which wc saw  measured had a girth of o'ol feet,  Another sight is ,one cedar tree  driven clean through the trunk of'  another by a snowslide���������-a most  remarkable occurrence and one  that could hardly be credited without being seen,  To Tins linrroii:  Annual   Meeting ���������-Election   of  ,     Officers,  11  The annual meeting o: tho liev*  elstoke Curling Club "was held last  evening at the Revelstoke" Hotel,  President H. A. Brown in the'cha'ir'  and A. J, McDonnell acting secretary, The 'financial statement for  the past year showed the club to  Inn  , i,  LABOR'S CALL  In a v-iiiv between suiters mill scabs  ,-n Nniilipnri, a man wan killed in the  shooting.  its eiTective'enforc-ene'iit by the Dniu������  iuion Governnipnt. .Mr. King, deputy  niiuister of labor, is iuuv in Kassl.uiu  in vestibulitis lb'' position.  A writer in the Voice chaiges the  ' (J. P. Ii. with a broach of aRteelileiit in  ��������� regard tu the late trackmen'.* strike, in j c'tc  class accommodation for next  season's business, This hotel contains eight single bedrooms and ti  dormitory with sleeping aceommo*  da tion for twenty men. Mn Gray  is also agent for thc^ Revelstoke,  Trout Lake and Big Bend Telephone Company who connected  their system with Camborne during  the pastseasoh, and the local' tele-  phone ofiice has been found a grjat  convenience for the many mining  men who have visited Camborne,  Mr. Gray has placed an or ier with  the Fred Robinson Lum.bc- Company for 5000 feet of timber with  which to complete his hotel,  The Fred Rubinson Lumber Com*  patiy have under consideration the  establishment of a mill at the town-  Th" .Miner says   tlii������. hi my ii.ihvnv I UlJlt Lll.y U 1Vl.   ref.ned   to ivlnaute a f   A. A. Clark, well kllOWl) in   Re  vvnikinei,   are    coming    i'i   from the , t|m.kmui, at  0U���������nv;lter.  Lai dean anil leaving f.n- the i'ii>t,  v������  Tlie wrir.er i elstoke, where he was formerly in  v,u a balance of $20 assets over  liabilities, Tlie officers'elected for  the ensuing,year were as follows i  Hon.  Pros.���������T.  Kilpatrick, Esq,  President���������G. S. McCarter,  Vice Pros,���������--Dr. Carruthers,  Secyi-Treas.���������*A. E. Phipps,    .  Executive Committee���������-A, 'J. McDonnell, A. MeRac, A. M.'Pinkham,  0. B. Hume. D. M.' Rue.  ���������  rihe fixing of membership fees.  and all. other arrangements were  left in the hands of 'the executive"  committee.  A commitleu was appointed to  ascertain from the Rink Co. on  what terms ice could be had for the  coming season.  Mr. Brown : slccd what the club  would charge ladiei for the privilege of. curling, a number of the  ladies having signified tluir intention of forming a ladies club. The  matter ��������� was referred 'to the executive.  The prospects ,for a good strong  club in Revi-.lstoko this winter ai;e  exceedingly bright, a number of  new members having already been  securedi  A vote of thanks to the retiring  president was passed, after which  ,thc meeting adjourned.  La,.lean anil leaving tor me i ���������,>i, , ( aUj(| ^ U)Ht ������������������ mit|sfjU Li(||, l,.,1) ,,��������� ; ^^ (>f ^ j^.j^,, ,1^,.^*,,^  ��������� T. J. Graham li i-= hven ulrvrcd (be j <,|,t.-*Ift������-tl from J. Ii-nnim, Viiv-pr^i. j 0f JJourne Bros. CStllblishmcnl, has  appointment, nf organiser   ut' the B. ul ' ,|,,nL ���������f die. union, and   lnsiiiiuit.es thai j a woll-stocked'gcncral Store.  K. T. L*. iintl will pcitii'ily iiavpt.     .      j\jr, Lennun  cmi'dder.s   (lie inleteM* nf'  The C.  P.  K-  bvive a uutiry in their I the enmpaiiy rather   than   that of the  Winnipi'K >lif)pK that any man lMiivinjJ  tlie service cannot, be ntf > 111 taken nn.  The cigar-makers Interiiiitii'iinl Ui.*  Inn lias a creelir. in hand uf #1,00',(WO,  tbe nieiiilii'rsliil' N Si.O'W. "inl I'l.nW.IXX"  iriioii i-ilieU were issued in t"��������� ��������� ui��������� ,*.'ara.  ���������' At Ih.' I'rinv'j. Nest, cnal n������n������!s ivn;'^  paid carpeiiteis ace fiom .'3'5 OtJ to $"'."O  pel' day, mechanics, ("'i 7.) In $K)t),  inincrs on cnnlract. iVuiu $^'.00 tn $o.tK)  per il.iy nl elichl Iuhum.  P.'emior Dunsnitiir has intimated tn |  the njiMi working in h'n mines lli.it ]������' j  Will be j^l.-itl tn sen' tliem I'.inn n union |  L'overiiiK all bis properties ami wilUiy |  re.nlv at, ail times to ilisctm with the I  l-epresenlalives nf the uninii any ,  grievances I hey may b ive. ,,'  The MiiiciN l.'niou ami (he Trades  and [jiilini- ("uiiric-il are petitioniiiK (he  D.miiiiion (i.iviM'uuii-ut I'orauienilMi^K,  o( t.i|c u^ry |.'Vt"r Ww pw ustowvur*'  trackmen whom he represents-!  BUSINESS NOTES.  ft. Tapping ha" ln'cn appointed agent,  for the P.-lhaiu Nurseiy (Jo.  Aniens McDnn������Iii has opened a si ore  nt I lit! D.nvson UnviiaitK on Tenclei I'uni  Creek.  J. Guy Barber has importeda beautiful Hssnri inent nf IhiIji'm'f.iifin anlici|i-  atinn of ihe r< hi i i r t(JT Ik'-'pit a! hall.  II. \V. Iii I wards Ifixirlernii-t, i^nmv-  inptln the pniiinn ������<F F. II. W'ell.-'.o  htlililing near Lhe railvvav ������tal,on lately  occupied hy the cu>t.'iiU"<\iHice.  Tlif   ILev'elstnke   (lollect inn   Air"ncy  bus he.mi st..irieil in t.he cirv with 13. R.  i Campbi'll   ,o<   iii.inaiiec.    This   iiistitn-  I tion vvill u, 'i't ,i 'In-iii.-1'--! r *f|-iiffin >i\*  1 and   ."!r.   Cnnpliell'.-.   well.known   reli-  aliility vvill   lie   a   ^u.iraniee   tntl,M������e  placiiu; accnniits   in   hi* hand-lof cob  lecl.inu ih-jl their mteir,-tj< wjlj |Tvejve  t-Iif \fvt\ ul liU'.li'V'il.  Another general store, well  j equipped in every respect, is con*  I ducted hy Messrs/ Drew and Mur1  ray, under the title of Drew it Co.  In addition to llie. store proper  they have a commodious ware  house.  Messrs, Rrantford &��������� Ilill have  good livery stables and can supply  saddle or,pack horsesi Their pack  .trains have had a "very busy season  taking in supplies to the mining  camps i  Among the leading properties  operating near Camborne are the  Camborne group, the Oy&tei' group,  the Imperial and Kva groups, the  Wide West, in charge of J. A. Dar-  ragh. the Eclipse, in charge of HY  Douglas, of Detroit, and the  Beatrice. The latter property expects in .-hi]i if 100 ore. On each of  these   properties   considerable de-  Sons of England,  The,.Son'1 of r'ngland had n sue*  ccssftil gathering on Tuesday night  on the occasion of the visit of Rev.  Ficnnes Clinton, Supremo Grand  Supervisor of the district. Chief  Watson presided and af:,er refreshments a good programme was presented, including songs by Jiros.  Carruthers, Raker, (irogaii, I"d������  wards, 'Shaw, Parsons, Skinner,  recitations by llros, Watson and  Stevenson, and instrumental selections by l'ros, Savage and R, M,  Smythc. The toasts were the  Grand Lodge coupled with the  name of the visitor, the Ladies  coupled with tho name of Rrq.  Shaw, Absent Hro'thruli. Lodge  Royalty coupled with, the name of  Chief VVatson.  ('.irpel JJ ir^.iiins--(iiiod (h^irahle  carpel nigs I'm!! mil-, ti'>'>h and clean  atR.   Ilnwhoii  anil Cu'.-.' (Jail and see  ' Snt,���������'When the Tribune descended to personalities in replying to  my criticism of' its so-called redistribution measure, it indicated that  the arrow had pierced its armour  and gone (o a vital spot, rattling  its editor,' and placing the Tribune  at its wits end to defend its ungainly foundling, thus turning  honorable argument into a personal squabble.  'The Tribune's unkind and sarcastic  reference's to '' Pot Hole?," its reflections on Xorth Kootenay lis a,  wilderness of dead slakes and  square ' miles, comes with a very'  bad grace from the representative  of Nelson riding. That great pap-  fed constituency has probably more  dead stakes and abandoned potholes to the square mile than any  other,mining camp'in Kootenay..  Nelson riding mining camp,is a  graveyard of baffled aspirations,  baulked ambition, ruined prospects,  blighted hopes and wasted treasure,  grid-ironed with a plethora, of" rail*  way' lines, wagon roads and trails  that" afford cheap and competitive  transportation, enjoying the advantages of a smelting reduction  works within its boundaries, with  the investment of million; of capital iu its numerous ledges, com-'  bined with years of hardship and  .toil by thousand of miners and  prospectors, how many self-sustaining, productive,, and dividend-  paying mines, has ^it got to, its  credit? and per contrast, how many  'abandoned shafts, deserted drifts1',  gopher cross-cuts and yawning pot  holes adorn its mountain*slopes?  ��������� Like the stars, of the heavens  they ��������� are beyond "computation.  What great record has- Nelson riding made' as 'a field for lucrative  investment iu mining properties  that its representative should feel  warranted in casting slurs on North  Kootena'y?  Tho Tribune, id most unfair and  tyrannical iu its discussion' of   a  redistribution measure,     If cannot  tolerate other  people's opinions or  brook any interference to the,carrying out of   its   pet hobby���������the appointment of 12 representatives for  the   sec'ion .within   its   sphere of  influence, so as  to  bo in a position  to control tho destinies of  British  Columbia.    Its allegation that under the Joe Martin agreement only  one- member was to be allotted to  Kootenay, and that given to Revelstoke riding, is widoof the mark.  Biot'ttti was,to have additional rep*  rissuYumioii, as  well, as Revelstoke  and Boundaryi     One membcrwa^  to be taken from  Lillooet'Cul'iboo  and   two   from 'Vancouver Island,  which at that titue  was a tolerably  fniiLiipportionment:  The'Tribune has no justification-  for stating that my idea of fainu-s  is to give 13,000 people eight representatives'; while -11,000 should  only be allotted the same number.  Its great plea is "population. The  areas, interests and welfare of large  portions of the province, that contain, a . sparse population, are not  considered. The Tribune however  fails to point, out that population  in a mining camp is largely superficial nnd transitory, Miners migrate like crows from one cornfield  to another, and a largcproporlion  of pros [lectors and miners are ready  at n moment'.-} notice , to pull tip  stakes and turn their attention and  energies into new territory.  This  vvill  also apply 10 mining  capital for investments.  The advent of. railways into the  mining camps of Trout Lake, Fish  Creek, and Big Bend will stampede  thousands of people out of Southern   Kootenay  into  (hat territory  have been expended in the effort 'O  open   up  that   territory.    Millions  of acres of land grants, and bonuses  have   been   absorbed   by.  railway,  'companies, and the treasury coffa's  of   both   governments   have   hem,  tapped and drained of  heavy sums  to give it railway-commuuicatic n  with outside points. ���������       "   .  There is  nothing  in  the cry if  coast domination  except it may be  the rabid howling of   the ing'rate  whose-avaricious  maws .would not  be satiated if the  coffers of 'King  Solomon we re ex ] >e- n ded vv i t h i n t he i r '  domains.     All  roads must lead to  their  Jerusalem   (Nelson)   and a 1  people  pay tribute  to  their no;-  chant  princes,  or   there is tribul.- ���������  tion abroad in  the land,   Victoria  and .'Vancouver, proud;   naught' .  aspiring cities of' the Pacific, whoU'  representatives,' have been genern- s.  in their efforts  to give substantial  and effective aid in the opening'i',p,  of  the -great interior^ dare hardiv  look   sideways   through  the Hope  Mountains at  the 'busy camp and  wealth of  mineral   that is opening  up, without being reprimanded, and,  courtmartialed, . ''  Redistribution   on   a   fair. ,tu.d  equitable   basis   is badly  wanted,  but redistribution   with'-a view of  disfranchising' large areas of com.������  try,, with a  view"of   placing.,the'  -  destinies  of  this province into tho .  hands   of   calamity   howlers   and-  avaricious    sectionalism   -is    net  wanted,  Yours respectfuliy,  J. M. Ki:lui--, ,  rinFxMpani  Annual Meeting of Shareholders', ���������   "  ��������� The annual meeting tof shareholders of the.Rink company wafe  held at the Hotel Revelstoke last  nigh.t. . The following- were elected  directors for the ensuing year : F.  Robinson, H." J-. Bourne, ��������� IT." /.  Brown. I.- T. Brewster  McDonald.     Th  1 ho wed a profit oh la=t sen=nn of  $480.over expenses.. It was decided  to do away'with season.tickets, ai d  to make a special effort to ensure a  succc?  and curlinu,  ,  and C.I',  balance     sheit  sful seison  both for skating  1  BASIN.  Disoo-jsry of Rich Grs,  J.   M.   Scott,   t'eci'etnrv   to   tie  Prince Mining and Development  Company, has just received ussavs  of the last samples from the secoi'd  chute,of ore struck in No, 2 tun'ne1,  These give copper 17 per, e'en:, silver % ozs.. and gold "M.OO.-a total  value of .$115 per ton. This is the  first ore rich in silver which has  beeiV'struck on the property.  The centre of, population vvill follow tlio star as it rolls onward into  the gi'caf nor.hern wilderness, so  Called, Heaven protect us from  the passage of a presumptive redistribution measure that will practically disfranchise this section of  the country and place, us at the  mercy and domination of tho Tri*  bune's combination.  The Tribune goes into hysteric-  over const domination and union  club' politicians, yet the country in  his sphere .of influence has fared  sumptuously  at their hands.   The  The local simps hive been litiMly  eriK.itfed selling ih,. .������,���������,.v pi .mghi anil  rut.-trie.1, in sll.ipe I'm- vviuUv um?..  Th-switclui,..'!, on lb,; Denver mid  Itio Graiiile li u-e stniek, and tile eon),  puny say Lhey won't, be Ukeu un nx'iiu,  A mnv cm pui a I inn, will, Jin, Hi|| ���������'|,  lhe IhmiI, iwi been fi'l'ined liicperHlo  llleOie.it N".u Hi-ni, *i" nlll-'lil L'.tcillc  aiulIYiiiiiu l'.tcillc.  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" ��� 'by theiiJinie of llie ���,vi;iic:i-, not nnue.ss-arily
,-;���������������������.��� I'm'; ,i>uMic;it.i<m.   bur, '���������������<  :ui   i>viiii;iic.o   of
I .    'rn'in'd Ciiiih. /Cfii'rcwii'oiiilcniKi liuir't reach the
' ofiice by .Tiicsd.'iy I'Vcnin^'iii order to lind i,'.'
'"':, ���(,; jiiat'c'iii llie liivt i.isue of tlio YMAiLiilicr,
' receipt.    .',-.���������       ���    ���:;.'; -i-.-y. :i:,,y
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yy,i^yS"v'".''   :Y;''I'evcl.^okc!iLl.U.:Y;
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YTi-k'i.iiioncSo. ;.!!>. ������ ������   ���.'���,.;.. Y .!:'Y,'"-Y''::YY'.  ���
Wa s'ocju&st our riumerous'vcti&spii to
" f.Vdv'ov, ii3 with the!:* assistance In'���':
J emigrated,''to, die   UnitedY States.
j ������'. y Y ������-���-r-.'Y ;;���������' ,.       NowYlhe1 y com an ry- of the United
| .  Tiik hooting of : Lord'Roberts, at .StiUesare : eib igniting, by.slioais'to
!'Notfingham.^hovvs how ungrateful i'tho virgin  soilM^YtheyNor'hwest
the /'.British "; public;, sometimes, are j TcrritoricsY;iimL they'' will be well:
towards those who render them
great service. When Lo'rd....Kblfierts;
went to South Africa alUwas'c-liads,.'
and nothing .but disaster, met the
ih'itis'b arms. Y By his able strategy,;
Lpjd-Ro berts'turned'the fortune ;6f
war in/acoinparatiyely.'short time,
and, the scene' at .NottinghiimTcyin-
oiily beeharacteriiiedas that or .iias c
rendered inagniiiceiittcrvice^tb;the-:
'lliitiollV yyyi.y ;���'���;��� ���Y'V;:'.'^;'YY;/;;Y;:',-������ ;,;..;���;
received, ,tliey ..will, not be ..."treated1
like outlanders���;���;������'and ' deprived'; of
ciyilYindrreligiousYrights. Qn the/
contrary. ^'(3. will",be glad to ���receive-
it Item, to share'.witltMhem. what, wc
have.; to take possession' ofovir soil,
tbmiaive theih British;;eitizCiis, and;
to iriiike tlveiri 7oi4 t luit, BritishYin-;
Sti to tion--are iiif:nitely'::Vtme.i'ior'tq.
the ,;niuyh;vaunted;Y;ihStitu'tidns;Yof'
t,he;AinericahYl{bpub;lie.'Y 'YYrY,';
.your flni^-^i-i/.fer !j ;!)>, V"0 .vnT-ildeM
If ii'1 'does.not.lceep 11 i<-111  seu'd 25 i'ienls
���direct loiis.anH vye'Y'vvill'lVii vvaritadiox:
pi'epaid.      \Ve   liavo   ;,  Viihialile little.
..luiiiklet on the. e;n't> (if "clilldren and
how tu treat' Iheir, Yniitvoi'ynili'K'nts,
which vve,.vyi'll'' siind'f.'eejif���Ycliarp'e in-
.aiiy. molliec ��� \\;!.in as-ksiY'i'dtY The DiY,
'���Williaiiis'  Medicine   Cii.V'Y Binckville;;
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��� ,'KI{I'"K AllljfilNG UOl.li )iiu;.'i.-iiies\vaiut.u .-li, once I'br iv.isloni investors.'    ;'
��� I'ni'iiiw Inivintf milling properly for sale :ii-e reiiuci-iid to send liainulus of. Ihfir'crc to tie '
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f'<ild,,(Yoni,nti.-i>ioJ er,  will,   lie'.a popnliit
.i:ie iiui onlyliccaii-iH he i^a'i.liii'iniiu'liiy
i.ellicierit..iil;icei;' \vi I ll Y | llV-'V<'!el'aj Ik nf a
YY.ma^in^thoJCOQTENAV JviAiLtHQ'; prt'Sseil''1 ih^thc Ycity ttfYthe iicjiont    The-'ti
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;  ���,;: um.;ln:Ytho Koownays by:^lvinff.rVP,c'hl1^
tha'prbrci'ondc, v/hen making' pit;'- i M.i'.X'.v   toY side-track
chases, to   thbao i'.rrns who  are
*-;;lar advcct*Go:>s 1�� tho KOOT-Y ?W���, ^'""H y^y*^ -WW
I2KAV mail,1 ���.;'������' ;;.;,;.;,' j elainVs ,were ^pre-ented iodlon. \\
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liy-so'' flioroughiy ���repfesentative 'it
.deputation :!'asY;thatYwiiiclr -waited;
qn: 1 dm :.y,If AirYTay 1 or'is��� going. tb.J
ieirdj. 'himself YtOY;!sucli"Y!;hole-ahdY
cornerAvorkYheY:wili stoon:finclYthatv
the :puBlic;seiisco'f, right anc] justice';
itself'Tif;a; A-ery-anarked:mannerY:YY;!'.
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'������'������ C'u;iics of.Til!-: Jl.n'i.., iimy be obtaiiicil from
the I'ulluu'ing city nyeni.-i;"     . Y      '".���'���..
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t iV-Y'. CP'01: i^s:SYy,iVhdY;.v;^(>vv
defci-yi'ng.;'/eal;and shouId:combine;vyiiliYCiVn-
:ada"'In;tlie establishment.of,:.h;fivil-;,
���into closer  relationship; theseYimr
portaht;sections bfYthe'cmpire^YFbr-
;yca i;s; :Xew !Zea land "and sNe yVr;So,ut hj
A Vales,..; have!^contributed;:1tY'koavy
subsidy to the San Frai"icisco-:ma'il
:Y :::;v:Y;,.LO>*DOX, KNG���.AGEXCY;;x::Y ':':'���:���
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;'(!.-. Miiciii-11 & C'o.Yl and i'Siiow Ilill, London,'
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yy.���,:���: ':'��� .MOXTftlCAL' ACKXCY,
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;'Do'sibi,-nils Ad vert isiiiiy/Asjeneyj���<;..;
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v Ale:;andci' &;''Co;, Advcrtisina' . A'jj'cnlk, 521
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:<YYAlbc'i'trOiiiiyoii'': Sr-Y 1!ic'o.il 1 c'wnu,fc,:���?';;-.J;.j;;'.���;���.*Y:
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"������!' ;;(!u!iiWplis ':.'.-';- .:.'��������� ������ij:' C'li'iivborao- ;J^;t^- :.<
;; 'I'i'out, l.uUo Cil.yi^ :.:^J'-er^iison.;;,;;...!;',;.;;
;;::Y;Halcy6n;ifoi'Springs. Xiiltnsir--;:^;;;^:-;:.-^!:.'.:
': Y; Smith Creek ;,������ y ������������,',��� ^IcCiillucbCruek7
���'t'iiinp Creek.' '���' .������', Carhes.Croek,     .,,;-,
;."Y Kie'.i;���-.,������ Y:;'si :Y.Y'SUindard 13iisii)..;:J;Y';.
...YTiiioYNcisoiV',Miner Yvory;":truly:
sayeYofYtheepuiitry t0;thcr/:S,outhYbf;
Rcyels toke:;:'Yi;,1:heY' La rdeau;Y;has,;.
high 'grac|e:;aricl '"tlie; grOuiiUYls; ,hot:
;hai;d:anir 'these.; qualities YmakeY.,itV
possiblc;for;:poor ;mcnYto^d<!.vcd6pY
l'rti ncs'.Y ��� % n 0 ugli.Yq.ro; ca ny be';���: ta kc n.:
; 0 u tY'tl 1; ""'i i"i g ���:'. i Iac.;.'-- 'o jaorit ti 0 ti-'^--;t 0 ���;.: n p t ���
������"hly^pay ;for 'tiieAy6rkr:but:toY^^VGv
;k ;pj'oKtYaiidYi;hYthis i'l-espectY tliO"
all thc:6ther^ijiniiig;djStrictS;Ofitlie,
f ro a 1 Y,t li c, Y T ri ti J1 c Y ti 114 0 titer. Y.shipr'-'
i"Yl'��ji1'Sv.p5^iV^--'5.;'-::l!|.!iS^P Y.lJccn'.'Y"'c.xtrhorrcliiXf-'
;;a;r'ily; la'Tgo and;;'stamp;Ythe ������ section^
���^Tlie-^tinic-diasiycdme-vvdicn"1 the-
service,,with the result; that;ahY ini'r
"pbrtantY.-".. market". ."Ifoi'YY'Americah
manufa'ctu'res'dnis hceii^Ycreatcd ,;i,n
AustraliaYY The; YLJ ii i lecl Y81 h';t (^-1 a lcos
adaYwduld;be::a; dai'ge- 'purchaser'Of
;;C!bl;Umbki> fo'riiistance.YaC:Spl|ivdid.
��� XewY;Zealand;Yfi'6z^ii-m^
'-cliiiry ..prodiicp,; SLiga'r,vetc.y.^whiley...ii$':
��� the'fruit;s,casoifinY the; antipodes is
. exactly b)vposiie'; from';, thatun;this'
, e x c e lien i;;; ma r kc!t '������������ f p i'Y Y A,u s t r a 1 i a n;
i ;!��� u i t sY '������ YM r., Zvli l]s jY man a gi'h'g .Yd i -;
reefbr.Y-o'f'Hije, YDnibn.   Steafi'iship;
interviewing, the Canadian .Pacific/
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I the :i) rompt i o'nY of YaYservice;sueh;;a s^
spent ��� hy yNcw YSou Ih.YW'alcs;; and^
die   w,m k :(>l   1 iii,',  j^.ii.vei'.iiin'ent,
I 'I !u'f.nimbly.at. Ills, .linger en'i'fs, I
jlii'.a ,-:li>'ji iii i IiiYili'i'ei'iinii-.i if-|'ilhe.iii)L{ I Iih.
{ ('ii.il Hei'vii-i; :'(iViyji Y'nii'ny. ���'.sitJsf.M.citjry
I Jiii^is liy;ai!(i|il ii'i^f'' t|ie'sijiih'iri!y.;sy>leni:
.-ikiigain^t the .''kjM.iil-i .--y.-ten.i'1 iii'ivliivli,
tlieie li;irf;lietMi^e|ih,i^!):iin(la();r|iat(:Yi'ii
iinl,il!Si(les���(iF; j inl iti (���..-.'���; iiitiii.'/i'iriiyi.nei'.
;Ti.i';;l;li.v ''^eiiiin it'.y sysleni" neitlii-r sitle,
nf puliJic^ ���in:: tJi'vYl'te'vel-idki.', UiilinK
Can iilijecii'bii it liis lii'i'ir iiiiv'ii'cateil liv;
i h'e'iii' linliiYuni;,.iheYjlart; t'li'aiYfl|i',ap-
: i'aii ii ti 11 en t:-vva s: ;a sk'ed ii i'i'.;; 11 y il ej 1111 a -
l it'.n ��� (i'�� bolh .sides puinlk in air din plied'
VvVi.sh that in. fni 1.1 re; tliiYiiiti-'grhy of ������th'*1
eivil^iU'Viei^Yvvill;; nntYiii' saerifieeiiMii
s;iti.sfyYi!)o.;'^d.Miiaml^Y'bf; pai;ly  pnli-;
n'ieiaiis.'Y .���: .'VYY- yy'"i-'':i'.yy::''yiyyy-'iY',;'Y.,.
������"..-��� -��� -   ���-,.,-. :,;; >v ��� ;  ��� .,, .-,..,������������-.;��� A11^| thc^aihe'service; viaAfYtihcouver'as
Home Government'���;��� wotild". do well
-toY lriakyY'a:: new. Ydeparture; iirdiie,
;sys.ienf6f;a,pppi,ntment of the Gover-;.
STOKE, n. c.
���'Aloney toio in.
..   OUIce*
' j;',nbr:Genera
;. tlufeov appd
] !!ristocracy..itY\v'ouldYbe'gqocl.i-po.litvy
Ygreater Y-burden ; Yon.;;;their
i'finances^Y-It   seems'fahsurd ;:?tliat:
��� Omeesv.. MoLspxs IJASK ���'iiLoci^mcvEt-i; tluisci.'a,ppbihtinenfs:Ytp..thc;B^'nish, i
Instead ;bf;li.iiiting..j,i!.cso^
i;6i-forsihg-;a link- in..theY'chain  of
;        "   y, '������' ���  c*. ��� -, ��. .       ".���    i      1    ��� '������    ���<> !��� _, ������.'���-    '���'-
empire dnv;;shedding;'theYbloodYof
...���Wouhbqnickly leaye-yYiirifynniised
'DiY'King'sNewLifv! PiHs.; TliiiuSaiid^
of" siiil'ei'ei'^.Ji lye'iyriiyeU'1.lli;j:r'an i-feh:,1
!t*ssY:'iVi't*i;i L. f <>i'."'" ��iuU ���������Y.jyi'i flY-Ysi t'l^vr-iu,^ ......ii ��'��tl--'
aetiesi.'  Tbey, ni-ike .jpurt1 =l'l^'Hl;o.a|1dv
litiildYlipYVSA'dYliealtli. Y t)iily ;;t"j;Yet!'v
M(Viiey;:Jiat';k;.iF;YirbtYfaire'd,Y ;YS,iiil;';l)yi
vGo!.iiiiAl��r-.I^i;iiK-v'!>i.i.'tl':I3(>o!> i'0��v.";''''i.YY;Y;Y:'..:f.v!-..f.,;--;.>
YwrANTEb> sivvivitAbY:;pji;nsoxs Yof
,.cbiii'acl.er;, an'd-.if bod. rcpn tilt ion v, in i eiilel, sta le
���.-(one,"-,in; .��� tills",* coil'11 tyroll ni red) to ."rejirc^ent .'ind.
nd vcrlise' old', est.ubl isricd1' 'Avon! I by liu'si miss
libiiso of sound, lin'iinciiit; s.-'ii'iiilinjj,^ SalnryJSlB'
; weekly 'wil.li. expenses iidditibiiiiiYiirr'pii/yaljIe
.in ' cash liiicl)., VV;(idiii!.-'day difeelv't'coin 'liend;
���oilices./,Horse un.i eiirririge fnrnislied,,Ywhoii
nceessary.- i!iefep,;n(x=.:''.IOn..;-l.ise self-ndttressedi
stit'iiiped���������'.���'. en veliipe.���'. "Vtuinger,' .'i'.G. ,1'uxton,
'.. iiiiii(ljii.ir.'C!l',ii!i!>i;()^Y.;;;-'|';-;.'Y-Y.'. Y'v' ",'v'i Y;Y;,;YYY "
;'Si)nic'tiiii.i'aY.'cnlt.ii;el^'.':novV>'.'.iiiiil.Y intovestinp:.;
Iteii.d whatyoti.are t)i rlol..,',���Yoir.inay (fut.Sl.lltW,;
;Oiir contest i.Sito see.'���vvlid-'ciiti; niiiko t'.io lurjjest
���'lisr..of..'rm'in'c's (orkiiuts) of 'bii'Us. 1'roiii" thu -f ollu vv-
W,D"6.0:,b;CYC:Iv'QUri. t A.P.;R, ji'A^n i b'G :
%;S:P-N;l E'L V^E;I3.^
' .'WcAviil recognise n's.'iV .bird .���liiytliiiig beloiii,'-*
"\n% to,.t.li6;'.fi'iitlnit.'6(l-'-tn,b'6i':vvlicllibil''H i.sa'lleiiY
X;rbw,:rfiiig('r;oi' .ruiy.otl.ier.kind. ;"V.*bu can use
a'ny'leUer aw liiaiiy. tiilies.'.- lo bulks' a. im mens it.
ajipeai'Vi in (bo lisi of leciersialwv.e ;-l'or,,instiince,
VVLfiidcobkri'lovoi', BnoWv-ilirdiiclc. STu .any
persoiis;wbo.oaii niake, a :'.llst;of.:A'5,oi';inon' dil-,
l'iM-ent,-,minds' of birds; ,\v,e will give iibsolul.ely
I'i'KE ii'beiuitifiil t'riau value .SI,OOll'or less.'
1 "Whon you iuivo matleout, your list fill oiit tlio'
lino on tilio bottbni'wf thiri u-dvl; and send to us
Y Y ^Y 6 u rt ��� i 11 listt-atetl YYra
Yiiiore Yinlorn'iatipiy:'asYlbY;.g:pQd
^aiinostevcrvthiiT^Yvdti; could Avish
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Cziis BlbokYfi'bm O P R DopolY
Y aiid StoamVioat Whijirvea   Y
, Slo-funi!alic<l and Rc-nicdolled
���';;���;RatcB*,$1.50ito $2'per 'day:;;,���'��� ���
: ;:YY Y-;Y'Yv'Y-Y^'Yi.'r;;G o r ne rYGr a riv
nevel^ui;e;��c,:     ���^V^ieel^
c'racies:: to''leading  statesmen ,01 ;,,,-' ���>���.    . .���.v,. ���������,..������.   ���  ���v���ni, -"���ii: i-,-.-
��� :    . ,.������.���������; ���.:���:���:���'. ��-'- ���;-. ������.������������ ���;,,. 1 havejorged-ut so;-rnuch   costvbjv
these .'important   portions   or ;the |, ,    ,.;' ���-..'���,.'-���':���/,u yy,y,l :n "���,���������',���',,���
1 -��������� ���  ' ���������.'��� 1 fpeiTthng.as much monevY'in.niain'
.jj the present foreign service
:v:r.,'M'. SCOTT,. B.A.,,LL.B."';      . ;. .....,,,....   ., , , , , . r. 0
eJ.Yy ': .::'-i ��� ''��� ���'���r ���.";. ,���':'<   "' V'Vi"|:e:.i"ipif'e; ;YY-As;'is   the ,pres.Klenual4.Y ���  ;".������'���*
:.".;'Y; YY'''-'   -Pciiuc, Etc. , :Yv   : ',, >- ,i5ia,tes so should the chair'of'Britisli;   ;,'..-, y������: ,-^V,i;--u: in vmiY1 ;.i0',,^;vi-,
���"""-���"' ���'"   -   ���   ���    ^   ,,'-.: ,������;������������ Y,!';; ;' ".;���������   ,.,;;..;���/    ';,:.'..:. ���-. ''���������y ,;: which we .pUbiuh,;in :pur ��� letlQing; j V0U1. Hi,'t 1J,1,!lS;.bost, yon shall hava'tho Gold
���Revelstoke,;.JL3. u.; goyerpor-geuerals.1 be yp'tne.-peopie'.: ots]L��^ri^ i^ =  to 1 Itic vinifieti:ti<^i-i ofY! ^^f*-^0'1 otvic ^icv-"--^!. u^^t ;tJiioYt.o(t.xit.ifia.7*����t w^t-
;Y'"Y''y'"''";������"""'"';YY;;:-p'ot'Yihese": ���ddtninions;r .���ihe";.h:ghe?X'""'"'' '"'''""'           *''"""'""'' "'
with aSrninped Addressed envelope, stump,of
youi-eoiiiHrjYwill do, tlidn if; you1: aru a wauled
a.prizo you can if '���';j-bu. desire Ket tbe prizeby
���bccoiiiing' a ������ subscriber:,to 'i'liK AV'qmAn's
���VVoitl.D, AVd'sluill award 11. prize to every pin-
son .vvlib sends the-11111110 of ,2o liirds, and our
gifl.t will be ;a',^ follows 1. For tlio best'list, received'each day'.ivOold Watch i for the seunnd
best, soliitioii each day .tbeautiful Iiiipoi-ted
���Ton Set, far the seven next beSisolutions each'"
day. a Kblirah Sdk.il, Ui'.umud I'.nd Utiby Kinif';
for.llio uext best sdintion,a tioid i'icee; and for
all:oilier correct'solutions,, Prizei-,.of, (Jriod
Value,' 'Tiicftd I'riKes will be forwarded daily..'-
you will-not have tcj'wait ixloii^ time inaincor-
uiinty before you-kuo.w the i.'csu'f, There is no
eicnient of lottery In our -pliun'it inake^ no dif-
fcraneu' whetbui1 'vvoitfiit ytjur^dlution liitc or
jenrly intho day.    All -you need i.t to por-t this
McKeiiiiit' Ave.
"��������� 'Mixing 'Engixkek,:'
: (Mt-ui. Auicricui- Institutd Alinihtj-Easiiiecrs);; ^
..���;"-   (.Vle'iu.Canadiaii Mining insiilule.l,    ';
'.Y'Y,Y .'.���.-.> ItEvicLSTOKK. J3. C..YY'i y-iy-" ���;
KNaaiir.aiiou...of h'l.ul, reports on  Jlinerul'-Pro-i
-.���������    ���,''���   ;, p'orties u.Speeia'u^: '���'���-.;,'���:''  ���      -.[
Front Street;    y^
'y ,F;.t';DAV",YNO\'. ��� p, l'X)lY.Y-;: y
���'. ���,..���(..'i:r your ������h'aine'-. i.'ii--' .t'h'e' y.oter's
li>t 'this nionth'i't,. viott.'vVant' a vote
tit tho���.forth'c'.'on'iiiV-' ��'Hv electiu:.i.. ...
y- -Sir Av ilirid Laurie?.- -t'otJched ; the,
;pulfeYotY:i,'n5.peiual.',,d'-ntftr.eS'vf, .-,y;he'n..
'in'addres'sihg"..t'he Ct}n.aditin���: 31anu-
���factt;rer"".:;Assoc:at'ionY'lasv^vetk hy
; said:.' :yr,L a ih. 's uf e. X a &������ s peaking;
.v\'hen.;I.vsoy-;. tliaYlir -niy ;'���hitViib'Icy
opinion,"a t &\l -oventsv-' .'ihe. lite, the.'.
v-.il f
���> Air
Atis tialian -Canadian:
reUerai matt and sjeamship service
would "form;.one.' of ihe;strongest
iink? in theYcliaiii' thatYbinds the
��� --���   Y':; -0.f:"'. "���: "'���' ���',."��� '    "'������'
crniKre tofceiher.-; ���������������.'������.;:- , >, y
/ ': ; -..FRAIL L1TTLE,PNE5.-Y;;-Y',"
Their hold, itporid.ife .,is;>lig!H;and Mo-
'-.ahers-havs a Gi^at: Responsibility. 'y
of-'the lYr;tish-Juiii>ir<\
��� i' i'i !���:���'(, 'i\ i! nyl iu ri' .Ma no i ,1Y! ti rer--' Av- ��� '���
-vv;;Y;Y-n '|.:'h;'V'.' ��� |��;'ii''l-';i lii;;h '.''Yu'ipli.-,���'���
.lii.ni lo-tlic-'.'iibOi'ul '.Aiibiiic' "'hi'.'h'
h.ji; ;i<j. ably c oiid he. Led'(..hi; -do.-tin ies
of Ca n a da. by ,b<i nq up It i ny. Si y-.\Yj 1 - -
.frit! LaiuYcr 'and'his colleagues.-
pt'nds'.u'i'ion'-'-ih/i  exch;ingo.o'i-i.,con;-
tnoilitios"s.'^pt .fiY.nn. all part* oi t!,;;]
gro.:|-P j'lK-titti.tioii,
]-i;v'e- a.'^oii'ji'ivii'
-:.' Jv-l/il V ll lil.V- ;-'���'
(j'J.in--- (Oil-l.il't (';���
,111.1 :\ ii'-h.'il' I !M'."*'���*
I in''. -I c,l't,;f.i!y. '������ll'.':
!.!i';(i."  Til.-'ilUI-'Y
Kl'rd ��Ujt[.O3itibti;.t0:imii-kC';Y hi.l'.l/ifici:! lil'^ i
prices.   ,vve win ,write to you ,-u. once notnyint'
you'.what, pri/eYhasYbeou awarde 1 you,'then il'
you are .sanisMed, yoii can seiid"yoiir.siibsc'riji-
't.iou to 'I'm.:  VVro:i!.\.\'S:AV.r()iu.D-'and youtvpri/.e,
will i,'o by roturii of-jiost carriiiKe paid.   'J'o iV
persoitof narrow ideasiitSiVeins impossible that
we .slioiild   bo  able to niako'siteh.a giijnhu'c
ofier, but wo bare the ii,o:iey,,braiiis,nii.l reputation, wo   know exactly   what we are diiiiiK.:
v-inid'if wc .em 1 legitimately; i,r.iiii 11 million suli
sciMburs by tills" griub.1 ���ideii.'wn know tlint fids
...million of well plonsrd subscribers can bo in-'
��� diicrd. to rce6niiiu:iidiT.ii js Woman's. W'dki.h to
,ii.!l .'riomK'thflroby IjnlUiiur up our circulation
'silii-further,; .VV'c iin^vv'itluiK to sp. iul S^'o;nuo
, l.'i.tht-i contest in.buii.liiiK'UP'u- 0i�� Sllbsciiption
HSt, an-.lwhcii nhi.-i. nmney 1,-i.^peut we reservr'
-���Piu-Hjjlit to piibjl.-^h it ilutiiiedtioti that tlio con-
'test, lias.- been discontinued..  Don't d-diiy. until
it U too'late, 'The-contest will continue until
  .   .'January 1^1, 10.il.'. '','- .: -. -.   "-  ���'���
^_,���;���-.! , -������,-,. .,.;.'..'.I ''.' \V'c -kIvo A HomiK'Prize of- .9AW'!ii(lft|icnilont
";������'- j iif.ailor.liers to tliepei'Moii   who sends in; the lisl.
Yi',,|.      ''. : Ki.tt.eii up iii tliu'bi.'iit an I hiinilsbnie.it.iiuinnur.
''.'���     I111-1.''  ���;,'��'--l'r' i.-0('i.r.a.'oiii'in'lt,U'<j .will decide an inward pri/.es;
i'il't.1' \\ ;i|r|if|;Ii;i.-.v-       i|,i ih".--bllt ! ll'' s;K'('ii'll ?'iVI pl'iw WllI'llli'RWIi.lded
-.;.". ,--,.'    in ^Iim-i.:!), IliJ:'.-.   A.'!.'.-'.bird's jirtini" fuuiidlu.the
i;in>'^:- .i.Timliei'M':'!'?, "(i!.;tiO,iin'-i'.n a-jeopli;'!, ���"' .,.--1
|,| -hi' j.i'ii(r;|l!.V'iij)--
M!".* all- fr.dl : i'ii'cir:
li'^'it. '-'.T.i'n1 sii^btrvi
y 'Ai'.:..
' i L ���.
in:" po?si'bi'e''iiQ.'-hiirbor 'it���ii wc
can .. !��� Oppose' that .there , 'vyij-l, ie
muttuility'iindYfrc'edora. of cxciiangc
is.-.t.(i-i-.p-ii the.. Mii'Y:. .'hinnii'.tv'bor'friiif
lii.ri!i!i;'Yl:'iinil.lii"i3;,, ivlinb: tYjinp':,'.-*''"
tlie Lriri.sh lihJpii'c, 'vvc'slwir lutve
'j'lt:; W'iimax'?*.-Woiiti) is .11 t'loroiiKlily rdi-
abb; i,:oU>:yi'?l. .wn'iiro Idio.i'.'li tu'dl) oxat:tly us. M'u
.   . .,       ,      1,1-   ���     ��� .--,      1 advert!'-',','- A.iio our reliy-biliry ui! I'.jfer to any
syiiij.|..i'U,!?f  trinibif- ..-iimild Ir; iin-t hy j Ai'lvertl/.fn^.A'ij'iiit. orbiislniiss ii'i.mi I.i .London.
1 h<y j;ii'(4jii'.i,'(.,i;i I'i'ciiA'i' ini-'di'.'ini'.". B.il'j'.Ys
ff.y.trT-iii!i''.'.-h-.iv" n -:sv'v<'.!'.is'n|H!��-in^
;is a;vyonderful,mci'chirie.Yu: It is
'-machine "shops, .hotels,   etc.,
and ;the Ye^treinely Ylbvy price;
.;t^ako3;theni';grea'i:sellers',  v.;-y.
;/YShq:Jf' aiid'Heavy ;H;trdvyarc-
of aibkiiids-carried in stock.'  ;'
YY .Mail- orders,:.receiye;)��ronipt'���',iy
��� ��� iiticntioni'.'- -       y -��� -. Y ''-^ yY Y ;'��� -...: ���;.
<" 'h
Wi; h.\ vciYc'.iv(.''l iii'iny *.��..* 11;rmiu-
..ii'Si'i;���' in hoi .���������k-'.t'itf
\"i" aIa.il, '.���',ii.Kh';tiini.ng
it he practice 'f(j'f 'denouncing tlie" 'city
aiiil its {i.:ia'iict\-,'\vhen,!'as:a  niatter'
, of'fiii.;/;   ib;vc!:-tok(,':, is��� ' flnaiioiiilly j Wit nofS'ocl.������ .    .'.,-'���'
one,iii .the   soinHlesl   cities   iir-lhci'- ���'���"'.: ~:-.yy.-"-y...:j:-:yy/iy ������' ",
;iirovinccY  '". i I ������ '    - A- WYmTHYVUEMIER
11 I'I
i."lii.'inc.-' '.I'"'r   I b.'v'ri.n.",'   nf
,'iiu')in.'.'-'.   Tin y. ,.'''!'���''i"ir'.'ly',
'v';.'i-;.'(.,ibii" .it.d   ;{'i,ir-ui:j'i-'iJ   hi 1 'i.iilii.i'n.
lid 'n|'ii.it'>'-'.ni; '���p.-iisi-iiKiiiJ   .(iriUs htK-.li'n?'
'.:      fib!y fnrhisheel witH Ythe choicest the- market;.; .Y';
Y .'/'afftiriLs. "   Uest   Wines,  I-'iqu'ors,;Y& Gigars. :. i"; ;������'���������
;. ,,iRates;$.V a'cla)-Y . Moiithiy'rate.   V"v:   :: 0
���^rr/";^uxiBS'^T'y:\ BT0MM'y^MC>^
,thc; greatest- coibuicrcialYdeY;
vuioomentth.at trie-'vr or) cihas over
As, the oi".en:'n-.r-of   a. -iievy read to
J:; i-e.-'poiidjiig..
lie   iji'i  I'on.d ''road   with ��� tendered ���, hiin   I)'
y.vyiil'S.-ion .ho taken in hand. ! iMfini-.iVi.cfiirers
'eon'.i^ci:   llie
'%'<���! Y.
it l- s -ggesle/i
)-;);id should':���(;';'v(: llie fli'iiibie bbjcf'l |
f.ii'in lijc W-i.-is rif iiiiwt 'o*t.v,il(''d'"3ii(ii h- ;
-in^" nicciicbn-s. 'Vn's ;sii!ir fpiina'cl>.'';'
colic, siilljil''' f*'Vi'-f, (.���tiliMifMt inn, ;rl!
ii.iwt-1 I niii'lni."', 'thy ii rit,tL!!i!i accodi' ;
���pii nyini,' I liY f.ii ling of Iff) Si, ,-hj.'|jii'Ss-:;
i;,.;'ss ii ii M' s'iniihii'i Y'.''! mp fniii ^,. ..t n'^iv-';
"'...���,' ; Titl''.iJs'MH'.-''>.vitl;oi'ii (in .1 rjii;ii 7ii(-'y.;
at:   th,7    lKMiqUCfJ "^ ��� 'Mir^Aly ��� J^ J^ '. f^ny ivliiri, j
. ,       ';  ClMbH'      I IK1    tt<IIHUI>,     aiifl.     ^4 (��� S11.1 y ���'   l.llt
the    Canadian I ..-..-,.
S'.-it--Re'careful ;hk1'nrcr.j'.'y your lrtjei-'oei ��.-���
A'.'odu rifi.t receivir iiiido'.-fialdJcfturs; Address:
Tho'; ."^Wcrnan's;World,". ���'. Brentford,
���Y',.     .' hnriflqiT,; W.",'.Hlijf.lan(l.." ���; ��� ���
A.?,>0C'l.'l.t,IOil,'-;     .Sli';
to."'lis', flnit. ih: new-Yi \\'i!tri'l fjii uri'.-r f-air!
;o' 'g; vin:r
road aid
access V;  the, dilg fienc
ic ni" entlv
proyn i ig the.i ty with, a
-.it '-wh
States hns
'rcccivcd 'the best .bT lduy' liofi'd, ,'Ynd
siiicV'. Xo'.vya, .change 'has' taken
���.d'H'-'jiud v,"<:;;i'e ���folliy  {<\ i'l/^ivi,;-
rntiny- roars tho 1'iiiJ.od
��i ���
8'S ���.'���������&���
';: BUTCHER..';
Retail'Duller \h--y,aaartZ&>.-:'        '''
". '      BEEF,   PORK
I'V.niiiici'' of   lln'-fV'  ^ri'iit'iVnflii,' 'Mi
DnviddJulilid,.!,   Punsun.liy,ynt;,s;,y.:i- - , . -p
rffcVfcjLQiUfti:,' ��� U. ';W... m\K\��<!-?.TXH\*,
'S-;' ��� ^Wlioiesale. and EetaH;:;'' -
I I < il I ill I1,'
cll.'fl ivc'iv     r.'niu-.c   !(l".  'ciuiv'    "nd
'.liri-'nx '.'.-tt-!*. l!"- .'i.ii(l.i.ti(in   of   |i'i fc'ct,';
hi'.'iily   lii'itll.li-     i'Aviy   nii.tlii'i'   vvln'i |Y
���lias ii'mmI ���lhV.''i'r   'I'iililf!-.' I'm- ..!icr'.lil.thf j
ones j-ji ��� -' 11 m i ��� s   liif'iii;   whii.'li   i;M lii'lii'rt -'
'    ���*������''   ������' �����    ' ' ������    ��,,:i'.Mt.":,���< i
. iuu:m\iiH*'iiiM6*K*iMvmm
'J.l.ili-,''--1(>,vii 'Tu!;h-t>i  i,ur ii v/inid."
h and Game in Season.   ] H^ad OiEpe,;:Abattoir .aixdieolcl Storage Jv .' /
-r^^s: ACTUM A f TT~R17 T7PWI
*    *���    l.icregol.irmcctius;- !
Effective Oct. 13th, 1001.
-_:".." Trains puss Itevtilstoke
:E��stboUnci   8:20
Wcsiboiiqd  17:10   *
P.-is's'i n'fcii  linked   to  nil   Euslern
C n.-m'i. li nnd L'nilt'd States points,
'. 15ii !'!,.>. ri>ei vi d im  AtlnnMo rIpiiui-
177-      arc held it: tin; M.i;--
. _���        T .--.. ,fP\      ��""-' romj.lc. libinr.c
������   iy!'55)r,',^fe."\f'.'f--== li.iil,  on  ihe    tlurd
,'--����b^^'��}S=^ Monday   in  each
-^"-"""r-:.~C*i^,-vji^ inunih   nt    8  ii.  in.
'"���ZJ^ST���Sj;:.'trsJS=:' ' V Kit in;,'   brethren
'=�����������=���*���-=��� cordially welcomed.
U. S. MeCAKTKR   Si:cket.\mv.
Astlimalene Brings Instant Belief and Permanent
Oure in all Oases.
ttEVELSTOKE LOJ>GE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.
:.:."r. .*b.'yj:i-.A
Itcxiil.-ir meeting.'; arc held
n Uddlellow.--' Hall cvt-r.
���T-X./^yiitt,^ ���   Thursday iiij,-ld  at., oi^t
:^l&fi&�����:'!>*���&'.. o'clock.   Visum:; liroih-
*""������ <���*" ''-:*- ���"'-*-'''   cdrdially welcomed.
It. S. "VVILSO.V, N.tJ. J. A. STON JC. K.
rOK Tit��
eib lul
ls id the Old Country,
D'rest Steamer Service from Vancouver
Full   iiifnnnntii.ii    mid   illustrated
pa nphlrts furnished  on n|>|'lic-.uinn tn
T.Vy.BRADSHAW,    ,    E.-J..COYLE,
A��; r.l, ,    A. G. P. A.,
Revslsloke.'    , Vancouver.
Royal Mail Linen.   !
Choaiioat ISouto to ttto Old Country.
l'ltAXt'O'CAXADlAN UN'Iv-r'roui Montreal
Otirtli Cahlli' -;' ��� ������ -i .-. Nov. 2nd
"VViisruH '��� ���',���''
' ALLAN lilNII-Ki'oni "lontical."
I'retoriiu      ��� ��� '   ���
TiiiiNiiin    ��� ��� '
"V"-"' "  ' ���   ��� I'l-Gin Niilir'ux,
Parisian    ��� .   ���      ���      ���    ������
iuni.i'.i       ..--���'
-- DOMINION LINE-1'Yoiii Port'lund./
Vnlicnt! -.�����;��� ��� ��� '-.������' ��� Jv'"V 10t li
iLiinintori- - ��� - ��� ��� ���- : . " "-'.'Ird
CiiHibromun     ���  " ��� ' -     ' ���'  JOtli
DOMINION LINE-l'rtiu.Eostoii.
;.-.-���    -Nov
SEIiSIKX livDilE. NO. 12. I. O. O. V.
Alt/el* i!very Tuusfi
itvv        wTf8^    ov.idiiK     in   Sf-i:.
~J?Cl    '^.ItiiU,   nt    b    oVin.
^^nVJ ���''���.itiriK brethri'"-
"���z��~zs linliy   nnili'd   to
..   . tend,
ly. ADAIR. X. 0.' .). MATCH K. Hi
COVAIi     ORANGE   LODGE   NO.    3C>
UcS'ilar meetings are held i.
the' Oddfellow'ri  Ilnll  on   t
Third Frid.ly of imeb niontli, ��
S p. in. sharp.   Vl.sllIiiB biet''
run cordliilly invited.
'v. n. nr^vicv. Hi����. <���
Nov; ".'nd
"     71 h
���   "  ltith
[Nov. :3nl
.      "   3.1th
.N'dV; Hriclniid
A Siminc'i"'
New l-'i,Klnii(l
, I'.lli
"   '.'11111
Dee. 1th
I'ln-ii'  is  nothing  liki-  A-llini.il.-in1.     Ii
iut;s  inst.iiit   rc.'i.-t",   i-vi-n   in   I In* ��� vvur-i
i-.i'^.     ll cnr.'.-- vv!ti'ii .'ill cNi1 I'.-nN.
���'!)������ H-v   I'', t). Will-id" Villn  Kiti^i-   III.
:   "V.ini'  iriil   iiui..).'  ul     A-\ Iiiii<il.-ii
��� iv.-il in j.'iiuil  <'nii(!;t inn.    I   ^.iiiiiut. |. li
��� i l,i,\v,i ii.iiitlul I l'.-i-l   fur    I In-   uu..(l-ti'--
��� ���ii I'iiiiii it. 1 \\ ,is m >l,is.. t li.tnii'd' w it ii
( i id mi! " , I hl'i ;.l .mil Am inn.i fur , In.
ii>.    1 di1-)!,!11 nl f i' .'ht ln'in^f ���cnr-'ii., ,1
.id \ i ��� i -1 iTiiii'iil   I'm   I he  ( in-'' i cf
��� di ���-nilrnl ;i,i(l inrini'iit in;< <li--i,ii-;i' Ahlli-
i. .'idd in.-ni^lil vun h.ul uv :'r.-|iuki'ii yunr-
i��i\i���, lnii v.j��i'|vi<(l iu h'ivi-  it ;i   111-:!,   'l'u
v .-i-iuiiiM'iin'.-nl    tin'   tiinl   nclfd   li'Kt1   n
��� iii'in.    .Si'tnl un1 n full .-*!Zi: Inn llf,"
Rev. Dr. Morns Wechler..
ll.iiilii nf llie t'im��. Hn.ii Lm-hcI
New Y.n-k, J,in. 3nl. ,1'Jfll.
i)v<. Tnfl Drtis. Mi'dii-ini1 (!ii.,     ,
Oi'tn it'iii'-m: "Yunr A-tl,in,ili'iie is .in  ex-
��� ���Ili--iii ii'iit'-dy Im' A".l Iimi;, Mini IJ.iV   I'Vvi-i
'nut its ('(iini ii-ii :un .illt'vi.iit-,  nl^ i ruiil.|i a
vl, ch cimiliinc ivii h  Aslltin.i.    Jt-  sin-ci'-s
���  (!<���   Mil-ill tl" .111(1     V\ (Mill' I'l'lll.      Afl'M'    IlilV-
i ">/'ii iini'fnil   ainily/.cil, we van it.nlv Hint
A-ihn alunu eunliiiiio nu upiiini,  no  timr-
Very truly yuurt*,
AVos SWJJNUd, N. V. FisiJ. J. 15)01.
,     . jjBavj:r LINl-:-l''r6m Montreal.
Lake J-'lineoo .'...- Nnv. fill
KitUe Manitoba ��� ��� ��� ' - - " l."nh
Luke Oiii.'-rkv -���-    -���     <      ���    , ���' 'JJiul
I'.i���oncers ticketed ihrouprh to all parts rt'
fireai. ilrUain and Ireland, and at specially low
rates to all liarts of tho European .continent.
Apply to nearest railway or >teaai=hip agunt or
to , ,    '     '  ���
T.;\V. BR.VDSHAW. Agont. Itovolfltolio.
Citizens of Revelstoke,'
- Do you knoiv that $ioyooo oy
$'I2,ogo a<ycarf has keen goifig
into Chinese coffers* for Laundry work every year in this
loivn. 7he Re'ae/stoke Sleant
Laund'ry Co. are trying to divert this - money into the chan*
he Is of trade. Will you not
kelp by sending us your laundry.
Genlli'inen: 1 write llii.-: testimonial ('ruin a sense nf 'Inly, having tested tlie
wnii'li'i-fnl rli'.-c'l. (if yuin'A-t Innaleiie, fur Ihe'cnie ul" Asllnna. W\y vvil'i- ha.s
lieiMi fitHii-ti'd will, .s|Msni(i(lic'a>tlnna for tlie past,YI yea is. Having exhausted
my dvvn skill an well a-* man v ul hers, I L'liani'cd li'r.see yunr own si;<n on your
own windows on ].'-'0i!i St. "New Yet k, 1 at once old.lined a buttle of A-lliinaieue.
��My vvife eiiiniiiVne'i'd taking italmut the Jst of Niiveinliel'. I very smm. huticetl
a ividical iinpruvi'ini'iir. After using nne. lndile In-i1 A-lli'nni, has disappeaiud
and'.slie i-entirely free friim all syui|iL(inf. Jl'eelihat I ican eunsiMeully lee-
fulilliiend the iiiellieine tu all w Im aie aiUifted '.villi llii-r ihvadful disease. > (
.' . ���YiiiiHivsp.'L'tfuliv,       .        0. I). PHELPS, AI. D.
Dit. TAi'r C;tx'. Maoici.via U.Ji
1 wa.-i.troubled with A-l lima fur '21 yearn.
IM). 5, laoii
1 have li'it'il  nuuieioiiH  remedies
but. tln-y have all failed, J I'an ncl'us.s yt.ut ad veri isement am! Marled uiih a
trial Iiui I If. 1 found relief at, once. J li.ive since purchased yuiii full si'/i'-. lad-
lie,md I am ever l;|,i| elnl. I lln ve a f.imily of tour children, a ml I'm six years
I was in.able lo u urk. 1 am' now in I im lies-l. ul' health and am doiu^ liu-iue.is
fvt'i v day. Tliis.tt'siiniuny yoil can in ikt-'Use of as you sne lir. 'Home address
'��J.'J3 llidiitflon .sii-eeL.    .    ,,"       (. S. RAPHAEFj,
07 I'.ist St. New York CiLv.
Do not delay.   Wiiteat once adJres-i.'itf DR.'TAFT BROS. MEDICINE
CO., T.) Ea>t 1:30th St., N. Y. City. '
y. 6".    'Archer" or X. *'.   '''Lankan?
" liiir.r.iiig brtvvprn Arrovvlioad, Thnmsna a
I.'iiaiiiii.' and Cnnniiillv. conirneiieinK O.-t. 11th,
1901. will i.\\\ a* follow.-, (weather periaittiiiK):
Lenvo Arrowhead  for Thomson's  banding
nnd I'oin.iplix t tt-iiro daily at ink. and.lJki
Eoave Coniaplix and Thom^on'.i Landing for
Arrowhead twice dully at T.lok. and IAI.jU. ;    .
Making clor-o connections with, all ('. 1'. 1*.
traiiii nnd boats.
The owners re.wvo the rlaht to cliaiigc times
of failing" without notiui,
y, liOJiis-fjuS",
on ���   ��� -MnnnglnK Director.
The Kootenay Mail
,    .        '-mid-   .
1 Weekly Free Press
will be >un\ In iiny iKiilrcsi for bi
la'csent year and the wliolc or lDtt!"
-;    FOR $2.50
fpniitlcd vvilh order,    To M'.b.��ci'lbcrnlakiliK
ndviiniaKOOt thi-tuii'ia will be lirc.iiinlvd u tfltt
���   THERMOMETER.   . ^
���A'*coinbineil Thermometer and Hsiriimoii'i1
would cost nt, lea-1 ���*l. but lhe KOOTKN'A'l
MAIL is alile to idi'er both in-trnments iibid-
lnti'lv "ree t'i every siilwerihcr lo T1IK K'OdT1
t'eon receinr of jour siilis.Tiiition th��coin>
biie d Thuniioiiii-tci1 mid Harornctur will he
iniiilcdjiii-iiiiri')iri'|iai.l, Tho miikt'i-s nf ihesu
In-ttilfiiiciiii have i,..-i,esd in deliver by Sept,
t'lith.- the ni':;iilii.'r ordered. That unlabel Is
-sl!)ir!t'ul, ,and t!i(i-ie de.-iiroiis of scctirint,' the
iii-tnimciits .ihould send in their orders at uiicc
\l}Q Kootcijay Mail,
Sold by All Druggists.
}n the Lardeau -Mining Division-of West'Kootenay
���-    Ghoulcl bo in Every Home.    ���
War in South Africa and the Dark
f'oiUiP.cnt' from Savau'ery to Civili'ia-
lion.���Strange Story cf a Weird .World
:���Explorations and Discoveries-Set'
tloment and Development���Peoples and
Govenimpnts--Resources and Products
Wars and Conquest's���The Boer War-
Thrilling1 Narrative of Battles -by
, W.iiHaiir Hording,
lhe notacl writer and famous
. -. '- .-.        " African 1 rave Her.
" Siih^i'llir.M'.i  iu   iho KOOTENAY
MAlL. will 1-e supplied with llie paper
fin-one ypnr. iilw  ilm above vnlunble
. bonk, cm romininj,'
'A'lrlreuR���-. ���'.'���',
f!^ Kootenay M^'v
W'fokly meeting' bt'KJ Frid.iv. pros
cnl: Tlie Miiyor, iimi Aid. McLem).
Abi-iilianison, 'McCurty, Uuurne. ;in(l
Water, Liidit it Power Cu., stating
rat�� fur fireball lights'would be rai^eri
fi-urn 50c. tu 75c. per month.���Clerk
to notify company that some aie not
all niglu lights.
Sam", making ��� reduction of .-?otin
bvdrain ient.ll fur August,'disclaiming lespoiihihility for shotlage of water
and lilaining city ctiuiicil for hame, as
by reason of the action of tbe ���mimi .
the coinpany had to endure n i! oniv
iho tibloijtiy of citi/ens, but hnlnUt
sufiined conMilenible los.s iri con -e-
tjui'iice. llvdiuiit, len'al mihi 'in
tutufi: be' paid inijiithly, instead in
ijit.iiierly,    '
ttovcrntiioiil, cl.tiining valu.-i of tooU
-Upplled fur vviiilc   (Join-! tviu \eais ayn
Winer, Light it Power Cu. iniim.it
ing ihat cuntrncL with city for oupph
of n aic'r and light had expired.
T. Slei d, n��,l;iiig that diit piled on
his fence by city omploves la; ri'iuuveil,
al.io staling drain ,hnd been left open
and was dangerous���Ue'fc led ' lo
Wui'ks Committee. ' - ,
l-iitii rnoTECTioy.
Petition itsking that No. 1 lire ball
be put in .good condition, or a central
(lie hull built, also that lircabuui sys
turn be' put in proper condition, nnfi
failing attention to these mattei.s lhe
petitioners would be forced ���to'tiik>
.proceedings ngninat the city.   ,
��� -Tho   AJuyor   said -the   fire .sy.sten:
should bo put in proper condition.
Aid. iJcCarty undertook- to bavc
thia dotiii. , As to tbe No. 1 lire ball,
he would rather see n new building
erected than the" present building repaired.
In reply to the, Mayor, Aid. Me
C.irty said if the citizens ivunted a
central fire hull they should let lliein
have it,
Aki. Abraliiimsdii said iho city
could not stand u duuble sys'em of lire
protcclinn, They might'us well bine
a double art of ol'ici.d.i. Ile^inuld i^t-i
lhe prmen'u No. 1 lire ball fixid up for
"Aid. .Ta-yhir suggested fixing the.
No. I fiie bull sulKciently for winter,
He ol'jecled to erectitig a tnwi r on,a
building that did not belong to the
Aid. McLeod endorsed Aid. Tav
lor s v iewM iind.s.iiii something should
fie done as the lull was in tetrible
Tbe Mayor said the first council was
in favor ui' a central fiip. hall.    "
Aid. McCarty and Taylor'considered a ne,w fire hull should be built in
the lower town.      �� *
Aid.   Bourne  sa.v   no leason why n
centrul firfj bull sh iu'd not answer the .
i'f (luiretnenls of th s iity and instanced !
Nelson. ' j
Aid. McLend said they had.n dupli: j
oate syatem nt Kainloop-
Slater   Shoe   Company Decides on
"They   don't,   appreciate Can- dial *
siiliicieni ly    in    l>i:_'luiid, v.u    are    all
Amei ic. ins','' s. ii<j   .Mi   Ch-is. E. S!.u��",
president and   gen era 1 manager of   tl e
S at-i-riiiui'.    C Ul .anv.    as    lit^     th  t-
.if.I   I'rt't'iy   ;hi(hji,   b"��  i.u-ine-ss u iji ..i
Ejiitp'.in cpiiires.     Jie has oii'v ] it.   \-
rriiiirned   fruin   a   trip   to I.o'dun arid
P.iri-,'m.nlr1 wiiii I hi- ���>' j"i-l of ( Xli riding  i ii.1   Compiny's   lnvign   iiUiint-s ,
�����ltlii|ie   iPMilt   that   be i> c-niviue rl
ihi!    tin-   only    way   to  per iininei t'.y
necuru a   ^b ne of   the   Ijritish tr..d   is
to iipeii a >i-iin, of   Sliiier Shoe. Slum-,
on i||h n-uiip   special   >ystt>ni of sellii g
ilill ml vert i i ig to lhe ojhsuiiipi- dii cl,
islleiinadr   me   Sialtr   .ili-te ao vuiil.
known and pop.ulur1   in   Cinudii..    lie
^jienl nbuiii  >ix    weeks   iuve.-.iig,itiiig
(lie s|),,c tiMiii; and   noted   the tiemei.��
diitii tr.idt; nf   tlie  .London   Shoe Cu ,
and of du/.i'ii-) "f    ntheis   vv liu Inive t.a
m.iiiv as |V,mi 75 to 300 iptnil liruncbi .i
in diliV-n-nl    |iaits   (,f ,tbe   King-loin,
I'Ii*" E i^;'i-.11  companies    do iludr Imut
���md shoe !)U��irieii   l.ir^i1!',
liplr; s.ysi'em; that  i>,
field or,   Liiy ' ic   Sk'
���'ir.iuchi's, but sellingoill kinds of b-ioij
niitead of one   Npeci si    m.ik" or kind,
Inhere are no   English    in iuutuciure.i;i
pecializing like tlie Slatei Shoe Con.��
on the inu'.
a lii tn liliK M,.i>
iKiiiner   own mai y
pan1,1, making Goody ear widied goori-j
���dune, which arc bound lo replace lb-',
hand made .shoe, us vjoii ,as tin ir
,inerits become ( piopeily known to llie
puiilic. _    <
'���It is hard to' realize   the possibilities of the  immense   busiire.��i   theie is
lo be done over theie," .-said .Mr. yiuier
and we would be   fuolisb    not   to'take,
advantage of   tho   opportunity.     "\Yre
can'land  "goods   in-" E'igland    in less
time,   and- for   considerably   less cost
for   Inuispoit'iilion    lhaii    wi>���   ciiti ill'
IJriti.sh Columbia, and just thin'i for n
moment, of   the,  difference   in   pnpu'a-
lion."    The Cannilian    [\Ai{ is limited,
���is is well shown by the. exjioit Iculn-r
husi iie.��8.       'lhe   ttinnera   of   Cma-'iv
shipped   nine,   mi lion   pounds   of so u
|p-itlie,r  to    Jinglaij.i    lust   year,     Tl.R
l.'"huli.s.b   inanufactuier   is   fast losii g
ground in his o'.v"n   country,-   Thtnt-is
lib du:y on boots and  shoes going in'u,
England, and' thi.-,   coupled   with the
Gwiernuieut lehaie   lo   niaiuif.icturer.i
in Canada, of CO per   unit, on foit-ign
material used   in   nmnut.ictuin fur ex
it   plain   ffiiiinu
port, niadt
cuinpany.       This    retiaie
Ueitnud.i    amd    Auslralia
in other' countiies    vviiij    wbii-b   Mr.
Slater ui ranged for   agencies v\ biie in
ipp'itM   to
a.s  vvi-H a-j
i.s,    uf
course,   the
trade of tl.e
L'lU'ion,    M[bich
centie of    the    ���
world. ��� '    ' j
' Trade conditions, e��.peciu!ly in laols
and hhoes,   were   very   diOere'nt fioin
chose, in C.ir'iad.i.     As a rule the .stoics '
Jh tbply to Aid.  Abruhamson's sug- !',,,'J Sil;fl!lp,';:i!,'s ' il\"   We",.I ll,u *UK'k*
"  'earned.     Iheie   the   nr.aneis carrv a
gust ion, that u liy-law be take-i lo
shift Is'o. 1 fire lull to u central position, Aid. Taylor said 10 to 1 would
vole, against il.
A'd. Bourne said they would not be
justified in  spending   money on a pro-
)'fity which did not belong in the city,
which ' vvus   lhe  position uf No, 1 fire
Aid. McCarty fiuggpsled Unit lhe
Works Ciiiiunilleo examine, the building, If it could be put iu shape for u
siii'di sum let it. be done at once, and
if ibey wanted a fire hull like No. 2
let ib l>e submitted to the people. |
The Mayor said if no.resolution'was i
passed in regard lo t he petition he I
would instruct lln cleric to reply that \
the I'ouncil was incompetent, to act.       |
Aid, Bourne, urged a .suggest ion to
the peiiiioners to petition for a by law
(as was done in the case of No. "J lirt-
h.dl) to give them a similar fire. hall.
Aid. McLend wanted lo see the
lower town lecei.e a fair share of the
ciiy'^ expenditure.
Aid. Abrahamsori 'said lie would
vote, against a by law to build a similar lire, hull at the lower town ns the
city could not all'oid u duplicate sys
lem. He urged u by-luvv fur central
flic bull he, inlrnduced.
mess of iili kinds of stuff, packtd
into one' shop, as'well as displaying
so many riiliVient kinds of ��i��oij�� in
the windows (using almost every inch
of space), that it ia bewildering to
purchasers. No extensive advi niaing
win done, by the lelailers. Asked if u
factory might be. successfully operulid
in'England on a Ohms similar to here,'
Mr. Slater add, tbe conditions were
such,that in bis opinion it would Lo
out of tbe qut&liun for a good iiuny
years to come,
Tbe labor unions worlt to the disad
vantage of the English manufacturer
when taking into' consideration the
increase in,imports, Eur instance, Iho
wuilsinen are prohibited from making
mure than a"spec!lied number of boots
pei day, and are wry arbitrary on tho
question nf   lhe   introduction   of new
improved  in-ichiiiPiy,
McOailv   nnd    the
Plenty of
workmen wpip iiiJp. and he believed
that general decadence had set in
throughout lhe manufnctuiJng indus>
jiiries. To use bii own words, "thffH
: aie rafts of American and Ge.rulaii
goods of all kirrdi elbowing the English'
made iinod.s nut uf busine.-s." H�� was
compelled to smile at the titter luck of
appreciation of Canadian lindustrr,
bruins and enterpiisp, in England.
Whatever piestige   AnKiican buainoa
;     ,   At Notch Hill .
I nboul link' n mill) from the Million.   One Innv ' tt V/,  L. FfigCt, rl'Op.
lived and lltry-llvc acrrs, moi-ily rich bo'toi'i ;
land,  wnciil  liiirt, cleared and drained,   ijinall , l-,.�����.r,t AJ\\*�����!. ..f T-uv.r.U-  li.iocfwfu
dw-clliiiK house containing five rooms.   Ham Hflmpb deliveiy ot p.iicftl.-, bagg.igfi,
mid hay i-licd.'iienlfry hniisrc, cattlesliPil..eel- | bt.c., to any part r.f the City,
lars. etc.   More lurid adjoining rniij-biiODUiuied ; J                             '
ir1 required.          (                 ���        ���      i     i       '
" ' "    -Any Kind of Transferring
For silk1, alsn, 111 acres of excellent land on L
niirt of whinh I- the lownsile of Notch Hill. '
Fur jHirliculiira apply to
flic clmrmiiij; rr.sidcntial and Riinler. tract, ;
iK'twecn 'l'lLpiiing'.s and bongVi vill be ��ub' i
divided ni soon w. pofsible.
G.   M.   SFROAV, .      !
'   P. 0. Hos J iii. Victoria, U. C. '
All ordr.rs left at IL .M. Sinylho'.s
Tobacco rftoie, or by Telephone, No. 7
will receive, prompt attrntion.
For Sale.
Notice to Subscribers.
Tho lirolirlrtor nf .Ure Kootexav  MAIL re-
giinaUl sulweribriis t" isnlvi.^'llim "I Sf7 'n^Jfll"'
rpj-ivfln itoi- ^eltrstfirt ftcir \wm,_
a M.-ton Pih'civlcitd Bincltei-, in good locality
i for'operation. ;
For price and particulars apply to
i YE. A..HAOGSW,' "'
"-.Jjnjag Rngfjiccr.j   .
Idomc   Grown
Tl.e very bust, na the market to-day.
Aho (li>t QUiility of wcll-enre'l
.Send imlei's furwinic iu
M.iyur   nupported   Aid. Abnihrnnson's
sinl'ui'mIion   lo  submit,  n   In-hi w for a
central lire, hall to the, ratonavers, , , 	
IJale'pavm,   msluid   li^ht near  (;,.���. I l""-"<��*��' l'-" ��MMf.,��.   Ji, Higher did not
j men hud   K-iined in   thy Jin-dish mar.
I kot ii-iU'c'id to the crcilit nf C.iiiiirli'iiiB,
Order.s left at \Y. 11. Liivvrtneo'd
proinptiy attended to.
Teleiilionc No, 35.    ,
H. :OG0K-6 CPY.PW|?T(Mj��Mtat^Wf��
iJellrf   icsidi'iicti   on    Uoylc.     Ai'c.
Aijiecd lo
.'.TIIKHT iMi'llOVKMKSTi?. j
Aid. Abrahaiiisjoii risked what the ���
council proposed lo do le^'arnin^' im- i
piovciiieiiiM of streets mid cios-sin-.j��, j
kikI lhe chairman of. the. Works Com |
initlee was instiucted to attend to the. j
In reply lo Aid. Abi;ib-un��on
was istiitcd the li^ht no (Jliaih'n St.
bad been dufentd ab iheie was (,nlv
ono petitioner and Aid, brittle bad
undei tuke.ti to bring in a linger petition. .   |
Aid. Dimrnc pointed out n li^ht
was reiiuiicd ut the buck of the railway istaiion,
The cle-rk vvus instructed' to have
lights put in at Chiu-leM St. and Rob-
Koti Av'e..-Yiind to" write to C. P, 11,
calling utteni.ioii to fjeccgsity'.ufVlight
disciitiiiiiiiti: at ul!  bellicr n Ciiiiadiiui-s
nnd  AiiiPriciiiis,
In Paris, ion, h;i <;,ivv an optuii'y foi1
Canadian shoe.*, but nil that and the
many elernenls of lhe opening ul
bninchcd were dclail.< that would fob
iow in due cour.se.
j_|]ii  inw-lniirf   \.'m^     f.,
log ihcir cl
le nucleus war,   torim-o; the. inunf
tot y .stii^e.i    vipic   compleled    fur   tho
.   i Si iter branches   in    J-'n^Luid,   and bo
11 ' felt c'liili'lvnt of a  .u'ldit s.ucccii await,
Orjai Llq'.< of an Editor.
'For two yi'iin rill efTorts In cliie cc��
z-'ina in the palms r>f my hands failed,"
writes Editor H. N. Lei-ter of SyraaiiG
Kan. then I was wholly '���cured hy
Biickleri's? Ai'riicii Salve.*' Its iho
world's best for erupt inn?, sores and
nlbfck.ln dixea.ses. Only 2.3 ci.-j a*, yutji
iubl put^ una J?-?ijH ftrVfOt .THE IvOQTILNAY MAIL,  L  Lao ies Purses  i:id  /T7 "    ?  11  rocK  ke  .-/   beautiful selection  of above  t  , just opened.    All the very  i  /WiV/ .*"/r/<w'  my/ a .great  I'aige oj prices at the  ci I-J  n  i i  AWAUm  1 *5  I] I  1/  Revelstoke B. 0.  j       '/veil   l'ohin.-nn    Lnmher   (.'oinpnny'.s  /    in'll at C'oinnplix. informs   imihalitis  n lii'tli'i tinihcr than  any other fur mm?  ini'ler water, such   as   in the con.-tr uc-    ��������� | t on of lioclis and hi<>,-tk\\ritiT-.  fffune-r o  /nF-RirBAi  ]   v>" 1,;,v''" l,J(,eiml l!ll-J Novumiit  .LUbML    (K   htNthRL.\n"'- r of lhe Ladies'   .Marine will,    ��������� i which i.s   incorporated   the   Canadian  . I IIiiniL1 Journal.   Jt   contains a nnniln r  jinny's limil nl Came:?   Creek this win- i     a?unecrape c-.cau c? Timin powoer  ti'," aiHl   vv.'iil    in   last   week   'to-tail,  work, taking   up   ;i   ho.it-l.ud   of ?np-  ��������� plies.  .Mis. Jj.insinniv, w iilow of the late  | Him. It. Diinxiniiii', has entered prn-  I ceedinjja ."tf.iin-L' Hon. Jas.  Dtinstnnir  lui1 thi' delivery  of   ���������i.i'Uo' shai es in lhe  DaiiMimir    company    ."mil   cunnected  \ vv ill) the estate of   lhe late Alex Dnns-  innii.  Kilg.-n J'loomlield, of Vancotiv-i r,  ollVr.s for siilelii-e second-hand Snllivan  rock drills, complete with hose. As  tliuse can he secured at. a bargain the  up;ioitunity is a ^ood one for'those  niiiiiiiK companies who pmpose pntl \\'\i  in pnvvei' tli ills in the c!i-tr ict His1  .-icnson, j  Atthecilv council iiiceiirifj on l'Y i- j  day niylil Aid Bonnie onid the cnsl/of j  li-^htilitf the city was now $ 1 (111 UU a [  month: and an' Alderman joctii.u I v j  lemarkeil that instead of taking over '  lln-\\'ali'i''bij,'ht and I'ovver (.'onipany's        ,  .���������irss-'t--,   that    Company    should   take!    T. J. t'liilnuii citmo   in lo the city on  over lhe city. i .Monday.'  Theie is  a   i^ri-nt   deal 'of   hemlock      JY Savage lms   li-jen   appointed care-  ^ruwin^ in thi.s section nf country and : taker of tlio cily schools. ,|  Ihnu-rli it is   Ki-iier.illy credited   willi ���������     \V. B. Pool and   D.   Ferguson came  limited use, J.   Lewis,   Coi email of the ' ���������,, iVom lhe south last, ni^hl.  WANTED  . PiWKl  Highest Honors, World's Fa;;  Cc,\:i  Medal, Midwinter Vz'.r  Av<:'d   l.i\:U\!',  IVivders   cinitusnin;;  ii!u,:i.   'i"n>:" :irt: ic'-u'ioii'i f.> hral.tli  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  Trail i.s n^ilalirif,' for ;i hunk.  The.Indi.iiis predict n mild winter,  The ("oirily   Court will ?it at Kc.'ei-  sluke on Dvceniher -III).  See my iniiV  stock   of   ladies' fans--  J,   Gill   Jjrll'bl'!'.  P. iMcC'.irly has been again on a  vLsit to the Okanngnn valley this weeli.  The streets of Uie city are getting  into very bid state  for vehicle traffic.  ��������� " ft  .Mr-i. Skinner has purclnised A. W.  ' "Mcintosh's, htiilding "nnd lot on Third  ..street.  'J'he ojiening of  lln* I mpei i.-il hank at.  of inleresiing ariides on "The Woman  who u rilis for lhe Papers," "The  Flower of Novemher," ������������������'Whenii Worn in says No," being the opinion of a  bichelor, "The Talented vvil'u of a  Canadian Senator," "What. Wonn-n  are Doing.*' Fashion Notes,", Short  Stories, etc,  Owing to the unlit condition of No.  ] Fireball and tbe nteessity for ecorn -  my in the cily finances, Aid. Ahrahain-  son will iiilroduce a petition at t he  meeting of the cily council tonight  lo place before the citizens a' by-law t,o  raise ,*j-(),t:C(),   of   which   #:',("('() -hill be  I-Vrguson i-delayed owing to tin; mm- > us"d for   building   a   central liirehall,  ���������iiri'iv.-il ol tlie sale.  Mi's-r-.   A lira ha in son   I'ro--.,   o  Y CL-ntral Hotel,   have'  gravelled   Front  Street at their own expense'.  J-'veiylhing in the gruciy and ha-  'Tt'i'.v lines, fresh and at. reasonable  Y|k:c',s, at A. N. Smith's. '  Y 0 ring to piesMiie on, our space wc  Y'have to llold oyer till next ���������week's is.- uc  Y,Yl,lii! i-cnliniialioii of uiir''Uig Bind  .v ;;nlicle.  Y At the meeting   of   tbe   city council  Mrs Blown, of Second street, left  today for- Washington Slate.  L. II. Buck isengig'd at prv.ienL on  some railway .surveys at the dust.  A. G. Fr.iser has- been appointed  p isl master at Thomson's, Luiuing.  Miss. Mi'fJu-inell, si,tor of Mrs. U. A.  Lawsoii, is at, present   vi-itiug friend-  i  in Toronto.'  13, Gaym.in.'of the C. P. K. Tele,  graphs returned last night fiom his  holiday trip'.   ������  At th" meeting of the Fpvvortb  League on Monday night E. Wilson  gave an ad reps on temperance.  Jas I. Woodrow has leceived a cable  announcing the safe arrival iu England  of Mrs. Woodrow and childien.  W. George,'of the linn of Taylor &  George, left fur tlie coast on Sunday lo  procure a stock of goods for ihuChrisl'  mas trad-1.   '  Mr. and Mis. J. B. Smith came in  from iS't-.w Denver last evening and  will   remain   till   Monday.   They   aie  Advertisements under' this heading  will be published at. one cent per word  per issue.  Wanted���������To sell.    Tivn land scrips for  '   "UOarrcs   each,   available  in British  Columbia.   Apply to officii of Kootk-  :<ay Mail  Wanled���������To sell   an   excellent ranch.  Well situated to market.   .Stock and  implements can  be had at. valuation,  .For particulars apply  to ofiice of lhe  Kootenay Mail.  W mlcd ���������Your order for-visiting cards.  Fifty   ladies'   or   gentlemen's   can's  ��������� Mipplied and printed foi i*!l.()0at tl e  Koin-KN'AY Mail printing ollic1.  "Wtutt'd-By giil, /.situalioii in private  family. Apply to ��������� ol'dce of tie  Kootunay Mail.  W.V.NTJ1U���������JJy   young  Fngli-h   'lai'y,  ��������� position as governess. ��������������������������� B, AI, ll,,  Y. W. 0. A., Vancouver.  Ft'iiyisiili!)   Hnnms  lo Ict.   Apply to  11. LofOJilSKIJ.  Wanted���������For a S.vansi-a (inn, complex ores containing, lead, silver and  zinc. Apply to E. A. Iiaggcn, Jfev-  e'.sfoke.  Wanted���������A girl, for household win k  Apply Kuoteiiay Mail Office.  W.inled���������To pun-lmse, ' an iiiipi-oved  ranch, convenient to the city.  Wanted���������Young liiiiu wlio I.as had  home expi'i'icnee in a printing ofiice!  Apply lo tho Koutk.vay. Mail.  TINWAR  sS8SS32SEB2BB e=E=23=32=3Sra  EBSSEEOBSB  PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND BRUSHES.  Miners Octagon Steel,,onb/Jess'op's best kept.    Picks, ,Shovels,   Barrows  Single and Double Bitted Axes, Cross Cut Saws.  Builders' Supplies���������Nails, Building Paper, Locks and Hinges.  HARDWARE ONLY, W. ffl. lawnnee, Revelstoke  ji'       Carpets, Linoleums, Floor   i  Jjl 9    Ciolhs Blinds.Wall Pnper, &c   ,,,   Second     Hand    Fuiiiituie  Bought and Sola.   Warehouse* for Storage of Furniture iiL'inoiithly rules.  / gr.t for Pianos, Organs, and Swing Machin s.  k: Bco^wsoisr.  M"AX'J'*"D - SKVJCHAIv PKI.'SOXS OP  ohnractcr and good rcpntntioii in euchsUue  (one in tliis county required) to ri'iii'osciit mill  .iitvurti.so old cslnbllsliud weiilthy laisincsf,  hoiiso of sound llimnciiil s ainliiiK. .Snlnry SIS  weekly with cxpcnsos lulditiomil, nil imyiiblo  in cash oneli Wudncrliiy direct from In nil  ufilci'.s, Ilai'su and cnrrin-i^c furiiishcii, vvlion  ncci'ssiivy. Jtcfurciiucs. I'lnclaso Hdf-adilrcsscd  st.imjicil   envelope,      "Miuiagcr, illU   C'nxton  , KllilUilltTi (;!liciljf0.  MUCH ADO ABOUT. NOTHING,  is not in our line but we have now in stockpile finest line of  Serges and Worsteds ever shown. Yon should always keep  a good black suit by you, see us before ordering1.  KIN DUCKS.  ; $1,0U(J I'or   piiichas-e   ol   eipiipment in-  r ii. , j cludinif   hnrses,   and    $2,000   i'or   the ���������.,,  i        ,��������� ,, r    ., ,,       ^ . i miesls oi Mrs. kernahan.  pnichase Irom   (he   J'arivell   estate of   s  the hlock for which the city has already !    'Th(i Li'dies'Auxiliarv oflhe Ilo^pital  a contract.    ��������� " ! have   rendered    splendid   services;   to  _: _. | thai institution and have reason to feel  rood of Ihe work they have done,  W. iMcGoivan,   formerly   oflhe. Mol-  The Hntli is reported to have mad-1 a  very rich rsti-ike.  A compressor plant,1  is   being put, in  u:\ l<"rirl iv night, Aid. JIK'.ntv s.iid he i at t'lip Duncan mine-..  .^���������sp-cted. l������   see   H.'veUnke   a   very j     Tile T.^ne savs eleven propel lies will  Yliw-li town next su nnu-r. ,    , |,��������� working tliis winier ,-,t Ti out Like.  -;    Tlie Rmwllinr thi'   KOOTKN.WM.MI. i     A nioven.pnl, i.s on foot at   Ihe  coaM  sons Bank, heie, and lately emplov i d  in the Ciliary oHi.je of tin; hank, l.tis  resigned his position and gone west.    ���������  A dramatic chili has heen formed at  Trout. L ike,' with Mrs. Jovvel I, president, J-Y T. A")ey, s-ec-lrens,,'Me-id.inn's  I'lllioti, and Aliey and'' .1. D.Milnnes.  constituting the cnniinitlee.  Mr. Diatnii nl ol" the Kootenay Luin-  The linesl lot in 13.-"'. fur breeders ut $:?,00  per pair, f'.io Irio, H. I'. H, fockeiclf. W.mi to  ?3.5ucacli. i'unary Singer So, JO to ?(J0U cucli.  females tfl or S3.  THE D. C. POULTRY YARDS,  VERNON,- B. C.  TO MINE OWNERS AND OTHERS.  K011 SALIC -Kivc (."il saconcl hand Sullivan  Itock Drills, iliu drill imlo i| tn 3 inches in  diameter, deplii 1J feel, niuiliiLed fin screw  eoliiniiis eoiup'eU' wit li IIu.sj. ele. 'I'lu'so drills  are in lii-ht rate cuiidilion mid arc siLiialed uL  the Mines ol tlie 'J'oro-ito-ljillooot. Hold Ke'eis  Uompany nl I.illuoel, Apply KDC'lUf. JJLOOM  KJliLD, Ikix7i:i. v'luieuiivcr, H, I'.  LIMITED.  Wholesale Hardware, Ship Chandlery and .  ��������� -; Mining Supplies.  Hardware Department,"8-I0.12 Cordova 8treet  Ship Chandlery Department, 8-10 Water Strec  f-  .'Mil   mlvvni,;iin'    popnl.uily   hin-p.i^e!. j ,���������   ril|.m   fl   ,.t.,,v-j,,c.j.,t   association   nf I her Cmip my'e stmv al,   Coniaplix has  'that   of  any   bth-r   pajier   Iu   Xortb  Kootenay,  'I'.uji ' il imillnn.    niaiiaRet'     of   I be  -Ashenifl Ib.lel.   eommiticd Miicide on ; lading wil li over HO.dOU Ion.-  W'eib'i.'sd.-iv |iy taking" 'mi-rphiiiu.    Hi-  "vv.is well-known in lievelsloke.  mine operators.  ������������������     ��������� ; ;i nice   ho.ithoiisu   with   a   n.ipiily   ol  Ihiiind.iry shipped   ov������r   lflflil  Inns a i P';^'1 l-onnrgh   canoes  which   are   the  day  last   month,   the   C'ranl.y   mines j delight of. his n.eighhors in the hunting  sea "Oil  A hotly   of  high   grad'-1   iron   ore. ���������!()  The-  fiiemls   of    Mr, ( and   Mr*.   1\  feel in width, has  heen   Incat-d on the : Staeey   wi'll   regret   lo   learn   of   il.e.  All adv, 1-liM'it, .who   desire to covtir ; j n|(] j. ( hil|.Ls c. ];t j t. ,���������������������������.,,. li,,,.;.],,,.^, \ s,., I ���������������* i ~ illne.-a   of  'one , of   their  so, s.  liie lield inn-t   Use   lhe   pnper   that, i-< j       ' '  ' . ..        ' O.i   Tlnnsd-iy     Drs.   C.irruiheis   and  le.ul "i the homes of the people.    That  paper !- the Kootknay M'.vil..  'Tiie Anieiican,   l.nnded   from   Ahr-i. '  i  j,u, ' ll I'lisoii Ilro--. and T. Tavlor,   M. P   I'r   '  It v n i aie going   tij papira rot in ol1  cnili'tiCes  to  impiove  imdi i  doi-lop-  Me bean   had   .li_c.-Jl,..-ultalion   on   ll.ii  1 id's coudilion.  , "A little rain, lays,,  much dust/'  Afiftle finish coyci-s  much shoddy, in  shoes.  "As good inside the  finish as it looks outside/' i3���������pledged by  the Makers', price on  ' the sole of��������� ,   j  "The Slater Shoe"  A  Vancouver Engineering Works,  Iron  Founders,  Boiler   Makers  and   Machinists,  Successors to ARMSTRONG & MORRISON.  W'eliiivc (he most, complete MACHINE' SHOP nml FOUXDItY cqinimicnt west of Toronto'  for the muiiiif.ieturo of  Hydraulic Giants, Riveted Steel Pipe, Grizzlies, Riffles, Ore Cars,  Ore uckets, Steel Wheelbarrows', Stationary, Marine and Logging '  Engines, Steam Pumps, Marine Repairs, Sheet Iron and Steel  . Work, ���������      ' .       ' ��������� r.  W" have in stock for inimwlintc delivery MOILKHS. KNGINIifr", -rUMrfl, ORK CARS.  WTIKrOMlARROWSnnrt MINING nml S.WVMIUi MACIIINKUY nf cvpry rlcseription ; ������Iho  liOU.KR TURKri, WROUGHT IRON PIPE mid FITTINGS nnd KNGINKKKS'BRASS GOODS  amlSUlT'LIKS, '(, ,  Corresiioiulencc solicited and carefully nt tended to.  OFFICE AND WORKS-Fopt of Heatley Avenue,  Vancouver, B. O.    .  in 'in  '".Mr. anil   -Mrs.   Kinc.inl   moved  in'u *     . r '  til-.: whole , hotisc   yon    might   ns vm 11 ��������� "'  '!" ' l .t-ii-   hew   home   on L''iiot   yii'eeton; n     SoiQ L'0C3;l AgGllt S.  li:i--e the 1,-itest p-iliern in paper;.    Von ;     The Hos-him] Miner says ,t!n?   strike . ^j,,;,,}.,v l.isl. the   lin'ikli.-itf   which Mr. j ��������� ~ "'-  r;ui    Kt'l     th-jin    nt      lie    Ca nuln ' .-pract'icallyata-i end .-mrl rhit all th*     Kincaid piirchiised Iroin Mr, KilpatricK  ' A    ^f5������f|r| 3T}^in]   Tdllf  ��������� - -  - - jx -JUilHUJillitti lalai  YD.'.U and IJrtik Co. any liine,  "J he  lliiiisii  C'oveniiii-Mit  atinniincp    manned.  pio.locin- iniiie.s. will sliurlly he f.iliy    1,,.^.;.,.;, |MV��������� ihoroii^hly lvnuvated and  ini]iri  ivi-d.  t leir intention to tnki*   iiipiv vigorous Qi r is' hf-inu s'nipp-rl  f; nni Lhn U.iItS- ' I!.,J. Piatt,  district   mnliutfi't of the  ������������������'jiuisnri's   for   the   s'lipi cession  of the ' ,���������,���������,,, ���������  f-r.i������-frot   discovery   of Sep- MntiiMl Lif"  '��������� St.ir.ii Afiican war,   ai d, will send onl temher I.isi, on wYuidoerry creek,  and i:,<- city for  ���������I )H) inoie cav.dry. which runs hi-h in silver-. (.,* A. K. iCinc.-iid   h  .'���������.'.   A i'l'and iiCw   line   of   sih ( cwnre nf       ^,- :ca.-. ..in,.. :. . r.-..i:.. ~ comii-iny.    Mr.   Kit  i     i  r,   oisirici-   nianu.^ei or Liie /"s/Q'i     !'-^��������������� l/"'-!/  of New York, has heen in ;     /i?&/^  ^TV" N 1 tfkr*-1}*% '-  ,o,ne davsand h.-.suppoint- !   ' '^^'^^M'^ \\M> 17- W '  in    sum i-wiii-c- ui w��������� ;11V iftfxll..,lw,, Lh lt fn ti,., K..iip.e  ���������;-.-.L ie      Mei I iden-I'rilnniii.i    make���������������������������the - ,.[,,!,,,   ,ln P  b.'st silvei vvaie in   the   world -knive.-  iind I'm  cnmp-iiiy  s'll'e���������;>  J...VJ  ill! i-epii-s-ent  :h M . X i ne'e, ���������  ij  '���������peni s.oini-  -Im i it). on fool CV-'t-k,   n-'.ir C i lo'inrne.  lherei������a Imriy nf "f"   ]'J f>,-l in width  sterlin- silver unveil ii-, etc. . wl)j{iIi ���������.,,, ;i^av ^ ])t,y ^ - ,,���������. n^ J>.lul.   ivl.i.  ���������at J. Guy D ii'iiei s. v,.r. [-j.,lMI. nhi-:-1   le  Ui- shipment of din-s   i���������.t received.    r��������� Ti,U>   G<'1,1"11   N'^'^t    l'i'"P"l''V     m,    i;mi,   ,,,,���������,,;���������,,.      f)���������    h,t,   discoven'd!  Yuucu,   f;et   anvtl.ing   'voa   w.u.tin'   '^"'V'^^  ri"'H   ln'dh   vhUi^   in    ,h���������l I h<- Iii,' IJ. nd   l;e���������ts ihe Co.ot fm  .'.    ... .     ,i " /���������        i'     i. i    Hiil'i.    It i- owned nv t!i" Consolidated ' ....  Jnat line   at     the   Canada   I.)i-iiu'  and  ,,    ,   .,      ... ,, , .      . ���������'. .��������� C>i|i|iei (. oinpanv of Mimi'Mpn i--,   who  iJMok Co., it Ihev   h.ivi: nut irut d tiiev    .    * ' , .'      ���������       ��������� '  intend pii-nin^ il-'Velopnient.  Careful'  Measurements ���������'  "       * O i  liy a inini who knows how, carorul  cutting by an experienced cutter,  careful making by skillful failors--  thoso aro the reii-oiis why our pn:.  niciilsrilwuys fit well, look well, and  ' ��������� vycui' well,  Wc have some bargain); in heavy-  weight, suit puttonis for Fall. "Will  you look at them ("  Tweed Suits S15 ; Tv/aed pants ������3.50 |  Beaver Overcoats $18.  J, B, Gressmai), Revelstoke,. B. G.  Ahial ������liiiiin-nt.  of ���������",   inn"-  <"-f f'V-  ���������  "Tiii;   i-   yoiii    only    ch ne-e   iud'eii  ": ('hi i--t.iji.i- to Ii ive  'j   lii-t-cla--photo-  Y (.M'.iph at I!. II, Tii.c.h.m ^ Co*s -tndio. "wiied hy Kaslo p..lie-. umv"-i r-l.irn  ;'(.),. en | o-iliv.dy   only   mini evenin-.'of "���������' ���������*'���������- ;"' '"' ov "'" "S- >'> ���������'' "'"'���������    '-"-���������"   !"���������' !  Y.\ ,v, 2vh. be-'f,." i!;,-!. - l.ile -niiple-. '-   1^   ;''.'-h"- i'i   width   and   in,   heen  ,,       ,., . ,               .,.           ,              ,��������� Irai i-d for l'.O f.-et.  , I-or ,-'L'..j )   vv.-   will    -end    yoii   Im-a  ' ..y-.ii   tie-   K>;-:'1.nav Mai:,   'Vm]   ihe Th" Tupi" -iv- i h i:  :!i"  -Mi-lier r>"  lYld r-  Mil _'���������!/. ���������������������������>' "f    T-'l op So,  I i-iTi'l h"!1 11| I'll- f 11)111  lhe ( 'l Miji -V i-l I  </\\ e a  I I'I 111 li  vv.ili t!,r ������������������'  if   (.iil son'-   fiimoMs di ii vv. per I cti on |(),2v0  i!>-.'ore  of ."* 13  oz*,  ,"in.'- a.-  a   plenihnn, 'The   Ko )". UNA Y ' r/ol I. and 21 m.-'. -i'vei  ���������, ."M.V!..    ' cave a pi'ollt i f   ,S'*D   per Inn   aflif  d.'-  ��������� -1'. P, ti i��������� mi Ih.-, .-ii.'L.-'-f'ii!} r'.p-'iied dm line u.st oi fieixhl. and   ti'e.iLinent,  " 'Hi i.ii's on hi- | i.i| eiiy on i1*!. nt--*;i������e| The nninh.'r of   el.iini--   i-ecord-d   at.  .'.for ih" !.i.-t two sm-i'IK    Thi- vear he (���������.,���������, ,(,liv from J uninry    ]-', I o li"-io-  fsii'iu-.d vvill atf.iiu spend the winter in  hi- f-n in-'!' Iiamit- up Ihe 'river.  Mi-,  it.   How son   wen't   lo   .Salmon  Ai ni l lit- ivi "k   lo   vi-ir.   the fa.mily ol  '1,1 \sy *��������� ^ \-fy /ill/'j.  i*"1 -c-W'A/  \^\  from lln .Silver Glaiiee, nn U'M.i'Cn-ek.    ]���������,, |��������� ,,i };,���������!, John   Canipo-'ll, who died  ,ii I\t '-oloi.ps on ,S iinl.-y la*t. and w,-s  Inn i"d <ln '1 ll'1-'! -y. Mr, (..inl|ili-il vva-  We l-kll'ivvo in     II "��������� I'l-loke.    ,lI"i"aVC-  ,i vv if ���������  i 'id fnin - h'i-li en.  Astounding  Discovery  [���������"l" i-O i;-inpel'-viih',  ,\Iii !l.. cnil."s   lie-  The-hspinent iU-t o\ ei y nf a id.-u-ini r.*-riny l-'ijiiid  ili.il ivh.'-n ii-d l"-l''.i" r-til'ii'!/ hy any  one rru-i'iii'd wiih a had i-nii^h al'Vav-  er.n'.re- .1 iton.l liiv'it'- M-'.^'-ll "il!  -O'iji e-il1" I h- I'.myl'i I'lo." ivii'e- Jfr1-,  S.    I !iiiim"lh'nL'' j',    "fir   Inree   kciwi  had a line 11 -p   o  'i ii;  'J he variety  a- imp  niti^r of Oeloiier, and ( ovei'irn/ t In- I-'i-h    Koi������'  of  out   fin:  ,i,  11,1  V,'       lls|.||  Ui.  ���������w  f)'-( n\'i-VV    ML'   ( '    'IMimp  Arc you risking' the lobs of  I;eakh and life to pave a few  d-jllai'd that s'liould be spcnl  iu Inlying the necessary drills  to huikl ii j) your health and  i,'j-cngll(? 'Which is the  more j)reciol!������--yout' health  or youi" money���������which ?  \\ iien you have made the  i:y]j������. deci-itjii, culii'" lien; {'<.���������>r  pur1- di'u;;^ and niedicint".-,  George F. Curtis,  "The Druggisi,"  .    .  Ziicwj,- 1<j Th; .\kD. A. IK. Co.  .W^W Porritt,  ���������    PHOTOGRAPHER.  Develnpnienl of  phile* and films foi  unatenrs  nndei lakeii.     Terms on up-  .nlieai inn.     Dark   mom   (lemporai ily'  Jn inula Drii" and JJookCo,  Phone Al(j.'l  1'. 0. liox 3.Hi.  Pacific Coast  Private Detective Agency,  VANCOUVER.  Colleelluiis inmle.      Kiri'tcliifsrofcrt-ncis  Ol-riCK HOCUH:  s to Ki-HO tun. ���������        '        hlllltn I li.ni.  Kuoin ���������:. I'a.ler Hlock. ' 0|i|nir!leP, U  PATENTS Si  rn'domarks  Copyrlfihtj  ��������� obtained In all countries,  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical     Kngluci-r    anil,   llraughUinun,  Jianli  of Jt. N, .\. Uuildings, ira.stings Street,  VANCOUVER,   B    C.  A iiostum-cl vvill soenre an ovcnlnj:'appoint-  menl for those who cannot, cull miring thy day.  a ������  I nil    jt-   e,jii.i|      In:  rnin/il- .11 (i cnlil- '���������       ll  -      'I    oiil'iv ,'!!>'i"  iif,.'^v.i   uh--> n-l Nf ,;.m^mh   revfl^tOKE STATION, B. C  1      T'        *���������.  \)U    L*i*Uu  !   *^r*"������ A ** -,. -^_  ! Unterpnse  ���������'nf vine whi: !i   vicldeil   the   tiopblhe    (ifH(li, lecoi-din^ di-Mic'. ir,e ,'!')].  Tliis    ii"n.   and   n"\'_i  Coiicoi-.i. ' ],icj������i. uiinilier   of   |o. ..lioii.-   is  |.ir^������fy  At FrUiy   ni/ht'-   \\\<*<:\\w������   o; ihe    due I,, the li.-.nu*   in   th-   e^t-lypirtot  ci:y coniiii!,   AM.   MiLc-'d   i i;l.!.<-d if , ihe .stvuon .-.ver   lh<-   ;";cf gold pi's-pe:-   yj-rl 31 l-i <r   fanarU  Di.,'  in'.-    .-.'in-   Ald-nn,i:i   -.vho, _ he raid     tie.' it ar C.tm'-o: ne. , C-.    rr.-d hot rl"-- tu-o.^  w������,t m-.1:1.11:1-   ii:y   askm-'theMte  ,     FiMl.r.���������ly 5tT,  lhlt |n ,,:, ,MV "  .l,il-v"r".  '"   v'"'"    ���������'';'";'���������   t!l"   "'('"('  finrNimm.-ri  M,,-el I'l.piov-m.-nt livd-i-v. opening up  ff"  lh-   fh^   n.-nd.  and he       Th-mo-l popular hr.n.d -.1   f.ii  vvir.y:  A- I he 1 ily    take'-    on-j'  -lh"  -! hoo|. ���������  j^,,,^ .,,-,. | || , t  | h- | laeilir,' r-f a *-! *'.r ,'rifl     TolniCT" i'i (Ymada In (la V i- "P.T/ Roll  fi.-'oni Janiiiiy 1-t   a    n-vv wnonl l.n.u .1 1 ,,��������� , j,,, ,iri|I���������,. y\V(.,. w,\] ri-ult in a lar^e    I']very    plnu'   r.f    -'Pay    Roll"'   hears    '' ! LCadifT"'  BfaildS  vv.ili have (ii lif   elecl-d.    tin'   pri'si'iit j ,nfjrix of I raflic. to .Lira I, 'feci ion..   \'an- ! '���������\S.inivv.slioi.-1' '.taf,'.,. .'(Yojisnilii'l1-! '���������.-Iioulf" '  0   Q  0RANDB^**UJt53SSS>  '���������Our Shecial'' &. ,!The Union;"  fl, A, BROWN PROP,    ''  REVELSTOKE,     ���������     ���������    B. R  No Home Complete Without It,  --CALL U.V���������  ,y- .h.t in his .,.,v,.i-. $JSyE YoyB SN0WSH0E tabs. ��������� Gi^ar  e inli resj   1 ak-n in f lie ������* ** g^ *>sv *+  Revelstoke, B. 0.  tf-V  (   o-t -,-"..Mes.-r1'.     llo\vm;i,    ('lallalii j rouvei -'peopl-   who   nun   c.'aim.-i   (here ' ?i;l Ve ,'.i It'-m::   in'A*  'IS   Vfihiii.hic   |ill f.flit.'< |  and Lindmai k.   nil!   ofl'ei-  llninielves j |1;l v.K',.,iril,' t,,i(j' hi,,,   that when. 11 aim- ��������� are ���������%'��������� Ven for  them,' ���������.When  .yrm, Imy 'j,  (i  IV'i're-el'1. lion.       ,.    ���������  t/"Iiin.s and ��������� (Vir-d'Mi have tiiki'ii n,  .rnii'iivicl'l'roni 'lie lievelsloke f.iiniher  {;.ii,<|fi!:i!^'.U'',������'i''<1' '���������'M'i' b'fi* '���������'"I 'H.'.' ^''ill-  alaliuii  is improved,., as ft. will li- l,y  eriiiinin  k.e   si(.|i-  (iliipcj'tivr/i  ENTERPRISE"  SI  "SELKIRK."  the.|'illlllilitf nf   the   steninel1,    fheyWill  lake   sle|is  (o .iicliyely di'vellip  I'."ic*ir"  "Pay Ro!l"'C/h''vviii'ir T ���������liaren, ������s|< yoip  dealer for ohrneiv il],,sl,al,.;rp,,,niuh, j^iaS( J; ^j] . .     A.  V.  StOWaPt  'pn'PPRietoRSr''  jL  I  '���������'iiM CoimiK'nniHiiL c.xpi'cli'd  daily  $7.50   PER   TON.  ��������� PI nee your nrder:Y;H unci; in liiiiu  for the ���������Ni'ivuiubi'r ������'.onn.  c/ilalo^ne,  J. C; Hutcliisoiij  9  and KCt. one that will  keep tims.  Henry's Nurseries  Apiary and Greenhouses  3009 Westminster Road.  Thoiimnils of Knee. I.lllln*.1. DahHiis. eir.;  now in hlooin, all vilinierN of 11 rst, prizes at onr  late flower ehow, Now in lhe time to tniiko  your selection!- for fall or Hiiritij,' jilanting.  Ncvviuiportiilloiiiiof lliilhfi now instockfor  fall plantitiK, 1,000.ornameritaltrecfi anrl shrubs  to chuoso from. Tun acrcii ot" fruit,'tree.*; and  plant?.   All xizc.M and price,?. ���������',"''���������     ,  An oxtni choice Hinukof Mountain Ash,  Horse (-lic.stnijt niul other kIiiuIc trues for lawn  or 'boulevard <plnnf ini;.  I/ii'vri: gnwrj ���������nnd nt.hrr ..scuiln, fertilizers, bc������  Mipplk'*.  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