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Array ^-������wOrfT-rirw".'-������^  'XMAS GOODS1  Opening up Daily at -.  Bews'Drug Store  ,u00\^'dti000  U*    '       ' %'\  1    W?V 20 2905, JL;  /- <7  L^ORIA, e JSyVlAS G CALEND  ned.al  Drug Store!  CALENDARS  Just opened, at 1906  Bews'  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  KOVEMI3ER, IS, 190/5  ro  oke  Tf you arc satisfied with poorly m.iclo aiid ill-litting clothes you ivontliuve  niiicir<lilliciilty in getting what you want,* c But if you insist on good  clothes,'properly tailored and conect in style,~we, have'them here for you  in the20th CENTURY brand garments���������unquestionably the finest ready-  to-wear clothespin Canada, and,,wc arc solo agents for them. Fall suits  ,��������� .    nnd overcoats in cveiy style.   u   ���������      '  C; B, Huiiie & Co. Ltd.  '   *���������   l i  ,   DEPARTMENTYSTORE. v.      ,      ;"   '* '���������  'ift.  p  >\v  sst  ���������-s-  ���������d.  OH'i  "imperial mnk #;camm  ' C-Jpital Authorized, S4,000,000.. Capital Paid Up, $3 500,000,   Host, $3 500,000.  ���������;-,'",-',        !       ..'Head Ofiice; Toronto, Ontario. ' * ,   ���������/.  " ���������"-  "Branches in tho Northwost Territories, iMmiitobn, Ontario and Quolicc. *'���������  r.Vncl.lho following points iu   British   Columbia:    llraiibrool,-. Guidon,   ��������� ������������������  Nolsou, Revolitokof-Trout imko, Anowlio.ul, Vnnconvor and Victoria.  *        .      - s,.   ..         ,      " P'  T. It Mkrritt, Prcoulont. '������������������    D. R. Wii.kiu, Vico-Proiidonlnnd Gouorul Manager.  E. Hav, A=.sistatit;Gouoral Mauagor. . \V. MoprAT, C'lnof luspoctor.  g Revelstoke Branch^ B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted S  ="*=* Savintjs Dopartmout���������Deposits liocoivod and lnloro!,l Allowod. r>*  DrafU sold avnilablo iu nil p.irts.of Canada, United States and Europe.  Special attention gi\ou to collections.1 A. li. Pinrrs, Manager  THE A. E. GEORGE COMPANY  ARROWHEAD  Great'Progress of the Town.  1 / "  Arrowhead is steadily developing as  an industrial town, and is now one of  tho recognised lumbering centies of  the province.* The transpoi tntion  outlook is also bright, and Ariowhend  will he, a busy transfer point if, in  addition to tho south ICoofenny business, it is to he tho port for the proposed feiry in connecting the Glows  .Vest railway with, the main line ut  Hcvelstokc via -Trout, and Kootenay  lakes.' "The'p.iyrolls of the -Big. lienil  'mid Arrowhead lumber companies an*  ro.ipnu.iilile for the,rapid ginwfli with  in the past lwo,ye.u������ and the ���������lake*  town is about to be the scene, of mor..  extended' building opera linns. The  Hig Bend, Lumber company have  sturled- work'"on tho enlargement, of  their mill, ni'akiiii! it one iif the h(*=l  in IIh; piovine.c, and ,lhe company pic-  po.Mj ^building a- number nf , good  rcsideiices for the acrom medal ion 'oi  their employes.  The Arrowhead Lumber oonip.iin  u-niiiiMi lidding aiiothoi diy.kiln In  Ihoii prei-e'nt, equipment and will als ���������  make some additions,to their planl!  This* mill Irw-eilahli'-lifd u magnili  cent high pioi-sm-e' waler supply foi  use in case of lire, and' hyd'nuti? h(.i\v  been placed aluilu; the whole length of  Ihoir bigduiiiber,ink*. Mr. Aveiy M '  P., the' general manager, .is expected  aily fiom the east, whither he weni  with his family.    f, *.  '   ',  . The Imperial Hank, II.'k. WalhVh  dmg'storc, .I..Hull's block; Keirt and  Voung's stoic are line additions to tho  business houses of the town. - \\\ F  Dnnpliy intends fitting up a -photo-  giaphic gallery and ollices to let, and  expects to have these je.idy for occu-  pation_within a nioiilh. .1. Wiiislow,  of~Arnistioiig,f has opened *a watchmaking" and jewelry stoic. ' G. T-  Chapman, has a ' well-stocked ' general  store,'Reid and Young handle diy  goods, groceries and hardware, J.'Bull  makes a specialty of gents furnishings.  P. 13urns> and Co. have a." meat, store,  ii. ,F. Tucker has' opened rii photographic galleryumd is showing a large  assortment of views which are amongst  the best work done in the west.  Some fine , residences -have" been  built, notably those .of Mrs.- Lndgate  seiir., Messrs. T. Ludgiite",' Capt. Mc-  Carty, Dcvyar, ��������� Gibbons, Warner,  Hurd, Kirby, Parks.' , '*" " j  ..; Arrowhead has two, churches. -, All  Saints, which is in charge of Rev. Mr.  Johnson, is one'of the neatest .church  buildings:uu Koocenay, .while'-the  Presbyterian congregation, in "charge  of Key. Mr.' Simpson, is a large one.  - Arrowhead, has- three ' hotels, the  Lakeview, owned by J). Cameron, the  City, owned by. Messrs. Caley" Bros.,  and tlie Union, owned by ,JIr. Light-  ,burn. ,      , ������  The good order of Arrowhead'is well  looked after by Provincial Constable  G. B. Campbell.  D. Cameron, of-the Lakeview Hotel,  intends adding a sample room to the'  hotel. ^    ,  The new drug store opened by Jt.  E. Wallis'is a credit to the town.  E. McGaghran and Co. carry a large  stock of stationaiy, fancy goods, books,  tobaccos and cigaro.  Y. WLC. A.  Address byEngineer Lyons of  ,   Revelstoke.       ��������� *  Al 11ip twelfth 1 * t.eriin l.ioii.i I Confluence liiiilwny Dopail.iueiit of lhe  V. M. O.'A , nt Detroit, on tho second  day, afternoon .session, ilttendaiioe  S! 100, after aO brief oong,. .service in  eliarjjeo'f W. R. I'eck, Hi.ilo Seeretir)  of JMin'nesola/W. I"). .Southwivk, cbair-  iiiiiu of I he local [ivecntivoCoiiiniiK.ee,  presented invitations from sovei'.il  ciiinpanies to the dul(*giiles tu vifil  (heir works,        *, '    * ,  body of men   if they  iu a right spirit.-  The biisiness'nien of Llic'iowu, ivei.e  not idle, and after being fairly well  canvassed had subsciibed I heir name-,  to the amount of neatly $7,()00 ' (Ap-  platiftO')  Finally up to d.ite when 1 left iho  niiioiiiil, siili'iiribed was something  like .111,200 iua town of only '2/m  people (\|iplattse.) Wc aie not  ihiiiiigh willi oui ciinvas.s as severa..  Iuueiu.it beon heen yot, and ncfeili  that, hy tho time our. building is, coin-'l  pli'trd ������o will be able to open our  iiistitulion free'from debt���������.it least  thai -h.ill be our earnest endeavor.  (Applause.)  Our Grocery Stock is as usual well to,the front. ���������    y  |jNew Nuts Fruits^ f*eels, arid Finnan Haddie  RUSSIA.  Progress   of   the   Revolution.  Aiiutliur big lailway .strike, is on. ''A  lepulilie. is being demanded, 'A I'Ioiho  Will he isbiied wlieioby a large jiiirtiuii  of I he imperial donuiiu, which on'vors  almost a th ii (I of European l'ussia,  and which at [iiesent is the piopoity  or the I'hiiperor mid Grand Dukes, wi"  i)(; given to the,peasants.    '���������      i      '  Mob rule piuvails  at,', Vludivostock:  ARE NOW IX.  | A great business doing'in Stoves;'Pipes, Elbows and  Cooking- Utensils in granite,, copper & Tinware. . ;  PKICES AND QUALITY GUARANTEED.    ���������    -'   '-  '     '  BOURNE  /   '',',.     j.iuia-qxs,\���������;  Rciiiu-cii'.iii^ll. I1. I{. Iiui, .it'iF.iTlwaj  ,,   A  C'oiivonlioii.  V. SI. C.  JY II. Lyons,'of ���������Kevelstoke,' li.  C,  then   addressed   the     coifleience'' on  The Woi k on ' the  Canadian Tacilic  may say  ������������������V  #  For the Next  en Days 1-3 o  for Cash.  For the Next Ten  Days to further reduce our stock we  will give 1-3 off all  our regular prices  in our Dry Goods  and Men's Furnishing Department.  iBEYE  TERMS   CASH.  THE A. E. GEORGE COMPANY.  ALDXAN11UA IIOSPITATy  The residents of Ariowheiul arc  justly proud of their hospital, and  with the improvements made and in  prospect there will "soon be no moie  comfortable hospital'in the west.  Under Dr. Hamilton, resident medical  officer, aud Miss Evans, nurse,  patients have the best of attention.  The Big Bend and Ariowliead Lumber"  companies each maintain a well-  furnished ward. Water is laid on,  the building lit by electricity supplied  from the Big Rend Lumber Co.'s mill,  (the halls and stuii way are being laid  with cork matting. The accommodation all'oided by the hospital "includes .the public ward, several piivato  iwuds, kitchen, dining room, sitting  room, ofiice, dispensaiy, doctor's and  nurse's rooms, well equipped operating  room, bathroom, and there 'is a  spacious veiand.ih round Hie building.  Mrs. Theodoie Lndgate and AI is.  Bangrf especially dike un inteicst. in  ihe institution and spare no ell'ort to  make it us comfortable and complete  as possible. A library has been pio-  vided. The conduct I'or the erection  of the building was cuiried out by H.  J. Ballard, on \\ho<-e workmanship it  lefiects high credit.  im..���������school.  The new school which has jiiat been  completed is a matter of congratulation to the cili/en^, go*.ci anient, and  school trustees. The dusters are  Messrs. G. .Newman, \V. II. I'ithhido,  and W. n. Reid (yeo-treas-), and they  worked haTd lo K-ciue this now "-ohoo!  luiildinjr, ciedit being especially duo  to Mr. Reid for the fact thai such a  commodious building lias been erected.  The building is STxflf! ft. with basement full si/.e. It is divided into two  main clabs-iooms each 'Alxli'i ft. and  theie is a cloak loom 12x21 ft. It ii  beautifully painted outside and well  pliistoi'cd inside, while the lighting is  first-class The contract has been  well carried out. The contractor, It.  J. Ballard, kindly gave the use of it  for a i-Gcial in aid of the Hospital  ������������������"ridiiy v hen over .$('0 was lealiscd.  Mr. McCaify, formerly chief ollicer  of rhe Kootcnny, has been appointed  captain of the Bowman Lumber Co.'s  'steamer Piper and will enter on his  new duties end of the month.  Let your friends in other parts see  something of your district by sending  them "Picturesque y Bevelstoke.'  Price i$l. , ��������� "  liaihoad."      He  said  that  I   am    from  'KcvcNlokc,  IL   C,  which'is something  over 3000   miles  fiom-here.    It is a long way to come,  but after what I have, seen and   heard  it itMYiis twice as long I    would   come  again.'  (Applause)      .        ^  .J arrived hero the day' bcfn'fc tha convention opened and as T^was .staying  down on  Jefferson  Avenue a gentleman passing'by, seeing a badge on my  coat, bailed me  as  follows?:    "Where  are you from paid ? "      ]   replied   by  saying,'   "1  'jam     rrom     Kevelstoke,  British Columbia." "Let mesecwhere-  iibouts is that 1 Oh yes,  i -remember,  its clown'in SouthAniericais it not ? "  he replied.     His   remark /made, me  smile but J-answered, "you. hn,ve another guess coming, but  never  mind,  Where do.you come from ? "  "Texas,'"  he replied, with a'satisfied smile.  "Oh  yes," I   answered, "I   have   lieaid," of  that  place before,  Js'nt,thal  in the  Phillipincs ?"   (Laughter.)'  .   About a year and n ' half ago.JIr.  Budge, 1'. M. C. A. Secretary; on   his  'return from Austialia, came ovoiv the  Canadian Pacific, and at  tbe  request  of   our    Second   Vice-President,   Mr.  Whyte, stopped oil' at some divisional  points along  the  system.   , Tho  fust  point was Kevelsloke. '  J le got some  30 or '10  r.iilioiid   men   together and  told them tlio object of the   V.   M.  O.  A.    J may say just previous to this v e  had    had    what   may    be   termed an  Athletic Associi.tion or Athletic Club,  with   a paid   professor���������what in the  Voting Mens Christian Association   is  termed   the   Physical    Diicctor���������but  after we paid him  about   two months  salary   his  feet  commenced   to  itch,  (you will paidon' my  western  expies-  sion) lie could not stand prosperity so  left   town   and   our   club closed up.  After listening to Mr. Budge's  proposition we thought it, a bettei one than  oiu former Athletic Club, but some of  the railroad-boys thought it would   be  no, use dying to start  up   again as we  had made n fail in e before  and   people  would throw that' up against us if  we  attempted to start up again.     It   was  TOO 0000 A TMlfrtl  to be kept down   and   kept cropping  up.    Finally we beard  thai.  Mi.   I'.u-  sons,  another   Y. M. O. A., secretary,  was out at Calgary   helping  the boys  there to make a. canvass, so we  aslied  if he would kindly come ovei to Itovel-  stokc.      lie   came   one  Sunday  and  about  30 of  us  gathered  togethei ���������  business men and railioud  men.     He  said :'   "I   have sized   up  youi   town  and 1 think that you can l.iise $10,000,  possibly $15,000."      Well   gentlemen  our town has only about  ifiOO  population all told;  with  only  about   '100  railroad men   lo   2C0O   people���������men,  women   and   children���������and    $15,000  means  a 'pielty   big per capita when  you come to size it up.    "The West,"  he said, "is noted for  its  generosity."  Some   of   the   boys -remarked   in   a  whisper "lie is  giving  us   lots of hot  air.'.    However, jilr. l'arsoiis spoke up  to me and said "Mr.   Lyons   what   do  you think the railroad iiion would put  upV     1   figure  they ought   to   give  about $3000."     J    loplicd   by saying,  "You  would  have  to stmt up   some  kind of a  revival   meeting   before yon  could get the hovs to put up unvtliing  like that "     lie naked, "What do you  think you can raise ? " 1 said, "About  $J200ifwe  have good   luck,  but  we  would have to niMtlo  mighty   bind to  do that."    Mr. Parsons asked if I was  willing tosubsciibe.    I said "Cerlaiii-  ly,"  so  wo   started   a.   canvass,   and  amongst the railroad men we divided  the   dilVeient   organizations   up  and  appointed   men   to canvass amongst  them���������for   instance   two   brakesmen  took  charge of the  trainmen and so  on.    1 whs one appointed   to  canvass  the engineers and put my name down  on the top of the list. -Finally, out of  about 175 railroad men Who subscribed their names,  the  total .'was $4200.  (Applause!)     So I think you will admit that railroad men will do.as much  for a good thing aa any other known  MAMMOTH   MINE  Yields Bi? Returns.  * c-    ���������  The leturns from the last shipment  ol ore from the Mammoth group abovo  Camborne consisting of eighteen tons,  recently sent to the Trail Smeller,  wore $2,431.82 after deducting freight  and treatment charges The gross  returns were $2,787.00. -  ���������sasmsztsKH  i������������3  t������3  COUNTY COURT.  'Judge Forin held ii sitting"of the  County'Court at, lleyelstoke on Wednesday. Theonly criminal >c!ise" was  that.^gainst D. McMinn for attempted suicide at St. Loon, prisoner, being  released on suspended sentence. , '  A Chinaman sued aiiothoi on a  guiuantce, G. S. ,McCarter appearing  foi pltfl. and \V. J., Briggs Tor'dcft.  Owing to the dilVcrences over* the interpretation of "the agreement the  coinfc ordered.it sent, to the Kegisti-.u-  a!..'Vancouver for inteipretation, when  the case will again come up. I  .Theic were three cases'of filing  liciis against the pioperty of the  Kevelstoke and McCullough". Creek  Hydraulic Company, A. M. Johnson,  of,iYelson) appearing for .pltffs.,* and  the hens were admitted by default.  'An application was heard on behalf  of the American'Mining Company to  stay execution in ten suits, J. M. Tint  and others v..American Mining company, and-was granted. J. iM. Scott  appeared in support of thoapplication*  and the summons was made leturn-  able at'Nelson by Bee. 5th.  In the ciiscl*Uinibo vs! Grant G. S.  McCarlcr appeared '"for pi til", and M.  Johnson, of Xelson, for" deft. Lambo  claimed 01 days wages. The case was  dismissed pltfl  not appearing.  wm  "New Things''  , **  in Overcoats.  It's -as* much a part of 'the  , Fid-R'eforin business to  CREATE new styles', as it is  to tailor garments.  When we say "the new things'  fin Overcoats are'here," it means <>  exclusiveness , aiid irreproachable '  'taste, asp\vell as novelty.  '' ''  Y    V- , '."',.  ' Medium weights aud medium lengths.  As long and' as heavy as you -wish;  In patterns to suit'every'fancy. ������   , ���������*  $12, $15, ������18, 820, $25 and $30. h ;  [REFORM^  Look for UW.wrth  tndematk and price  ' as fixed by maken.  i    C  C. P. R.  Proposes 72 Hour Transcontinental Service.  Montreal, Nov. H.��������� Sir Thomas  Shiuiglmcs-sy says. The policy of his  company would tend to shorten the  time between Great Uiit'ain and the  Orient. This he added was the lenson  they had built two fast steamships?  which are. to be put in commission  nextspiing.  Jfe was also questioned regauling  the time between Montieal and Vancouver, jmd he said that no doubt  when conditions mo favorable the time  can be reduced to seventy-two bonis.  It was, be explained, a question of  stoppages. When the country gets  filled up and conditions aie such that  moie local trains cm be used, a much  gi eater speed can be givcil those run-  ning'from heie to the Pacific.  ,A now line of lOin pi ess steamers will  be built by the Canadian J'ncilic Kail-  way Co. to replace the liners now iu lining from Vancouver to lloiig-ICong,  which will then be placed on the  Canadian -A ustialian lino.  " lhe only Fit-Reform Wardrobe here is af ^__^  J. G. Macdoriaid, Revelstoke.  THE MOLSONS BANK  i " Incorporated bj Act of Parliament, 1S55. '      ,  ��������� HEAD OFFICE," - -       ���������     MONTREAL.  Wm. Molson jMacj-iiehson-, Pies. S. FL Ewixo, 'Yic-Pres.  ,    * '    JYvmks Elliot, General Manager."  Capita/ paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  Everything in  way of, banking  business transacted'without unnecessary delay. , ���������   ,  Interest credited twice a year at," current rates on Savines Bank  deposits. ��������� , ,    '  '\V. II. PRATT, Manager,  Revemtoke, B. C.  SPORTS.  Basket Ball.  t;  levels!oko Basket Hall Club  has linen organised with the following  oIliciTH : lion. I'res., D. O. MacKoiuio;  I'roHidunt, O. It. iMacDonald; Captain,  C. biithani; Secietary, .las. Tclfer;  TiuiiHiirui-, J. 1'. Hume; Executive  Committee, G. Knight, W. A. Smythe,  I). iMeDonald.  Practices   will   be   held   in Selkirk  Hail.  flVn Merchant  "a Tailors.  livcrything a gentleman wants in the line of tailoring.  Our stock is new and up-to-date.  *     Pressing' and cleaning promptly, attended to.  First Street, Opposite Union Hotel, Revelstoke.  -REVELSTOKE, B. C.  POLITICAL  Tho scrutiny of Calgary ballots is  finished. Iloth putties claimed to  have gained. Cushing's supporters  estimate that his majority will be increased from HI to over ISO.  Air. It. U. Bennett, Conservative  leader in Alberta, bus announced his  retiieinent from politics.  Mecahnics, Farmers, Sportsmen  To. heal and soften the skin and remove grease, oil and rust stains, paint  and earth, etc., use the "Master Mechanic's Tar Soap. Albert Toilet Soap  Co., manufacturers.  Got a copy of ���������"Picturesque- Kevelstoke" to send to your friends.  Price $1.  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  Newly built.      Kirpt-cl.iss in every respect.     All modern conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms.  Rates SI.50 per Day, Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same  management  IT WILL MAKE YOU BLUSH  With plciistue to come and inspect our new Stoves and Kanges. A whole  car loi.d to pick from. We buy them by the carload and give you the  bum-lit in price. We carry ahiay.- a complete stock of all kinds of Hardware, Shelf Haidware, Granite Ware, Tin Ware, Enamel Ware, Cutlery,  Lamps, Electric Supplies, Paints and Oils, Kalsomiue, Brushes, Brooms,  Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, STOVES AND RANGES.  Furnish your Kitchen with Our Goods and save money  LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO. LTD-  ..   .'Phono 3j.      1*. O. BoxlSl.      Mail Order; received prompt, nnd careful intention..  Plumbing & Tinsmitliing. Estimates given. Repair work of all kinds done.  Saw Mill, Logging Camp, and Lumbermen's Supplies.     Carpenters Tools  ��������� oa THE KOOTENAY MAIL  'J*  ������be lkootena\> (pail  ,        ,  PUBL1SHKD   SATURDAY.  ���������AT��������� ,  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.  Incluiitig postage to Kngland, United States  ���������      . mid Cannda.        ' ,  By the year (through po-ioilicvj SiOO"  'Half       " '��������� "  .'    1.2.3  Quarter " " '   ���������'      '���������>���������>  Including Chri-lmaa Mail .Wc. extra.  ADVERTISING   KATES.  Measurement;   Nonp'ariel [12   lines make one  ' ,lnch].' Preferred positions. '-'."> pur cent,  additional. Births, Marriage*; and Deaths,  50c. each insertion. All adverti-onienU  subject to the approval of the management.  Wanted and Condensed AdvcitiseiiientK:���������  Agentii Wanted. Help Wanted, Situations  ' ' vsantwl. Situations Vacant, Teacher?  TVant������.d, Mechanics Wanted, 10 word-, or  lfc-ss 25c.. each additional word two cents.  Changes-in standing advertisements must  oe in by 9 a. m. '1 Imisduy of each week to  , secure good display. Standing advertising  matter will be changed twice a month without' extra, charge Kor'more frequent  alterations the tune occupied in making  same will be charged at usual rates.  JOB PRINTING promptly exeouted at reasonable rates. .   * ���������  TERMS���������Cash. Subscriptions payable in ad:  vance.  COKRESPONDKNCK invited on matters of  public interest. Communications lo Edi-  ��������� . tor must be accompanied 'by name of  writer, not necessarily for publication, but  a������ evidence of good faith. Correspondence  should be brief.  We request our numerous readers to  favor us with their assistanco In  making-the KOOTENAY MAIL, the  '��������� , most valuable advertising-medium  In the Kooten'ays by giving1 the  preference . when making- purchases to those firms who Ji.ro  regular advertisers In the KOOT"  NAY MAIL. i    ,  D  R.    MORRISON;  ;   ' ", niSN.TIST.  , Krici::  T ,      NEW      AWKKNOK   HLOCK.  MuICen/.ie Avenue.  EDWARD A., HAG GEN,  <- .Mining Enginker,  (Mem. American Institute Min ug Engineers)  nadifui'iMiiiing       titute.)    '  Rv \ ELSTOKK, B. O. '     .  Examination of and reports on Mineral Properties a Specialt y.  H  UGH    S.    CAYLEV,  Barrister and Solicitor.  OFFICE���������Corner" of First Sticet itnd  o   Boyle Avenue, Ruvelstokt*, 13. O.  HARVEY, McOAKTJER  AND PINKHAM,  r     BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.  Oe-kices :   Molsons   Bank   Block,   Rkvel-  >     .   ,,.     stoke, IJ. C.  Money to loan.      ,, \,  Offices: 'Revelstoke, B, C; Kort Steele, B. C.  Geo. S. McCabter,  A. M. Pixkiiam,  Revelstoke, B. C.  J. A. Hakvey,      '  ,Kort Steele, B. C.  J. M. Scott, LL.B.' W. I. Briggs.  QCOTT   AND   BR1GG  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  .,      .. ,       .. ��������� .  ���������    MONEV-.TO-LOAr  bOLICITOBS, 1--OR MOLSONS' BANK  First Street. \  Revelstoke, B.U.  TTbeilkoote.na^flfeail  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1905"  CITY COUNCIL.  Meeting Xov. lOtli. ' Present: The  Mayor, Aid. Footc, Field, Lewis, Mc;  J.eod, Al������rnlinniion.'  l.uwiencc. hardware On. unil 0 15.  JI mil e and Oil's application to connect with .Mcld.ii/.ii: Avenue diain was,  ginntoil 'provided it he u-sod only lo  enrry oft" water from roof  Petition Ye lights from /cedents on  hill behind C. 1". H. .station.���������Wcoeived  i Suine iiHci'ntions in Air. Ainiin's  du'irs were agreed or*. <=> I  Aid. Lewi") ursred alteration of evils  from Methodist Church to improve  safety of congregation iu cusc of lire,  ilai-iii in id it. wits decided to require all  churches to have their doors open outwards.  Aid. Abrahamson said iinot.her sidewalk Mio\v-ploii{*h would be 'roquii'eil  to enable the wmk to be promptly  done this whiter.' 'It was doeidod to  order one and place a'plough cnuli ,in  cure of WyFleuiing imil.U  Sninsoii.  Aid. Abrahaiiiniin biuught, up the  (jticstion of requiring ownem of lots tn  clear the snow' on' the sidewalks  opposite their properties and it was,  understood the matter would he taken  up again. The dcuinibilit.y of ititro-  duoiiig the fionta'g'e tax system was  :iN(i 'avorahly ������p(ikiiii,of.     , ���������  tRArrA"ND"8*TEAMER.   ,  ,.  SPOTTING THE SPOTTER:  ���������' " ���������   A Conductor's Story.,    *  ��������� A spotter got spotted on . the 0. I'.  11. On tendering .short faie to it conductor he was told lo pay,right up or  L'0t oil', itnd when he found his game  didn't work ho produced his pass.  When he wns handed over lo the.next,  conductor t.liat ollicer got tlie tip from  conductor No. I and duly entered the  number of the,spotters pass; When  llie .now conductor' 'went 'round, to  collect, the tickers the spotter tendered  a if.-) bill which tbe'coiidiictor put in  Ins pocket. Tliat made the spotter  happy', itnd he almost jumped out of  bis skin with delight. When he got  to his destination he hied him to ro-c  port and chuckled over the thought  he would halve the conductor lixed.  The conductor was soon "on the carpet" and flabbergasted his inquisitor  by giving tho number of,the spotter's  puss, throwing in his thanks for the  $f> bill and regretting it wasn't more.  Kxit the spotter for pastures new.  1. The Provincial authorities should  'give some attention to the streets  at Arrowhead. The street at the  rear of the hospital is in particularly bad shape. A sidewalk should  also be laid from end to' end of  Main street. The, population of,  and taxation contributed 03' Arrowhead fully warrant these improvements.  BIGOTRY AND IGNORANCE.  Bigotry and ignorance are twin  brothers. The bigots are not all  v in Ontario. There is one in Revelstoke who, whenever he sees in the  press a report of some religious  disturbance in Quebec, cuts it out,  labels it "not bigoted intollerant  fanatical Ontario," and  sends it to  1   t   - - * t  the editor of the jMail. ���������<. The  sender is evidently as-ignorant  as   tie  is bigoted,   judging   from   his   inability to spell   the most common  words  in" the   English   language.  No good citizen or.reputable newspaper   defends     law-breaking     in  Quebec or   anywhere  else.     What  we have said., and say still, is   that  with all its. boasted Christian   and  * educational superiority the   people  oi Ontario have shown more bigotr\-  and   intolerance   than     those    in  Quebec.      Criminal   statistics   are  the best test of the riglitoousnes.- of  a people  and   in   thi.-^ respect Ontario stand.-, far behind Quebec, for.  on   page  710   of> the year book of  Canada,   we   find   Ontario,   with a  population   of    2.1 S2,017,     has   a  criminal     population     of      1,280,  whereas, Quebec, with a population  of 1,6-LS,.S9S, has a criminal   population of only 3G.S.     We are averse  to making odious  comparisons between provinces, as there  are good  and   bad   people   in   theni all, but  what we think, say, and can  prove  is that Protestant  Ontario   has no  legitimate ground for slinging mud  at Catholic Quebec in   the   matter  of morality, religion,  or tolerance.  'The reason now given for the delay  111 building the Kootenay Central  rail way from Golden to ^Cranbrook'is  that a provincial. subsidy ' will be  demanded. ��������� *' *   .  The Pioneer says : "The C. P. li.  Inn done a'good thing for "the. people  of thc.Kooti'iiays and for .itself "in re-,  ducing the traveling time between  Nelson '"and the coast by some 12  hours. The road will undoubtedly  gain from' it, even though it" does not  all'ect residents of the i.ouhdary. It  is noticeable, however, that the Great  Northern' is", also awakening on this  subject, and it is currently reported  that about the 1st of, December that  roue!   will -improve its service to  the  Kootenays materially."   . *.  \  , 1       ,      1 .    ���������.  The Canadian Northern propose  building into Calgary.  Five hundred Great Northern and  Canadian Pacific laborers engaged in  a (ierco melee on Saturday over a disputed i'ight of way , over the Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern railways  Hundreds of feet of track were torn,  up. The men were drinking heavily  and bloodshed was feared.  SAM HUGHES  POLICY  Would Subsidise tC. P. R.  . 1     '  i  1  The day of subsidies is not over.  When Col-riani Hughes 'was at the  coast he was asked what he would do  tn improve conditions ?      He replied :,  ' Complete the C. P. K. route in 11  straight line cither to Hope or.Spences  liridge without a moment's delay.  ���������Seattle, Spokane .and minor United  States ��������� centres now reap harvests  rightly belonging to Vancouver, Victoria, ,Kossland, Nelson and other  lii-itif.il Columbia towns."  "Would you favor federal assistance  for the completion of a C. 1\ It. direct  line ?" the colonel was asked,  y "Most assuredly I would, rand   substantial assistance, too," he replied.  Kootsiia    Lii lar- No. 13 A F, & A.M.  Tlie, regular mect-  iugr are held in the  MufoiiIc Temple,  jddl'VllowsJIall.on  tin t li j i tl .Monday in  each iiiinlh at. 8  l> in. Vt.iL11��������� -C bretli-,  i>.n, icur li iMy     vvel-  J a ��������� i .'  PROIUJN'IKlt.   KlVllllTAUV.  *EI.KIItK WDfiE. NO   12.  Meet-mi  .'O. O. F.  'I IlUI'r.dll>  evening inUililKellow  ���������e-Si A'fa"      al     "    o'(.'lo<-l>  ���������    JSj^HVii-ilii'i.- 1". tin-en cor  o -?r*yiiiil'j    mvi'lwl   lo  iu  ICll'l.  NAKUSP.  ,  l''roin Our Own Corroipoiiduiit.      i' '  , The young men of the town held a  very enjoyable dance in Ahricl's   Hall  Tuesday.       ''���������   ' '  i Itussell Xichul and iMiss liiimoureux  were ([iiicily married by- Uew Mr.  Caldcr in lievelsloke.' ���������      , <  Dr. Morrison, dentist., of, lievelsloke,  was in town for a few days.  llev. Mr. Pu'owii, of .Vow Denver,  expects to exchange pulpits willi llev.  D. .!\.'Allan on Sunday next.        Q  We arc exceedingly sorry to I use  Mr.'and Mrs. Doiigal who are leaving  Ihis'wcok lo reside in Slocan.  The ste.un ci-jine and a diver have  been engaged all week iii securing'the  oars,which went into the lake.  llev. Mr. Johnston, of Arrowhead,  held service hero on Sunday last.   ���������  PRESBYTERY.  Meeting at Revelstoke.  The 1'resbyteiy' of Ivamloops met at  lvnox* Church, Ke\elstoke, Wednesday  of last week. .Present : Rev. C. W.  Whyte, (Moderator), J. H. Miller, J.  A. Robertson, J. Duncan. J Simpson  iind D. Campbell. T;i the absence of  the sessional clerk, Rev. C. "Wylie.  Rev. Mr. Duncan was appointed clerk.  A call was received from St. Stephens Church, Field, signed by 20  members and -16 adherents, to Rev. J.  11. Miller. Tbe call was sustained,  and the induction wae fixed for Nov  21st at S p. m.. Rev. Mr. McKae to  preside, Rev. Mr. Robertson to preach,  'Rev. Mr. Myers to address the congregation,, and Rev. Dr. Herd man the  Minister.  A call was read from Knox Church,  KeUuvna, to Rev. A. W. IC. irerdman  and was signed by 32 members and -12  adherents. The call was sustained,  and the induction was lixed for Nov.  29th at S p. m., Rev. .Mr. Whyte to  preside, Rev. Mr. Whiting to preach,  Rev. Mr. Campbell to address the  Minister and Rev. Dr. Iferdman the  congregation.  the"salm6n AmvfCASE.  NEW PATENTS.  . i   c > i i  Messrs.eD. Inches and E.J. Hosker  i-espe'etively'.'machinist and locomotive  engineer on the Pacific section of the  C. P. 11, received during the .week  through the agency of Rowland Brit-  tain, p ileot attorney, Vancouver, a U.  S. patent on their ' improved lock  handle for stop-cocks.r       ���������  This handle has been particularly  designed for application to what is  known as the angle cock, at each end  of a vehicle, on the Westinghonse air  brake tram pipe, to' prevent such  stop-cocks being inadvertently closed.  This uiiiiitontion.il closing of" an  angle cock, by,, cutting oil' the ie.ir  portion of a train from connection  'with the air brake system,'"has been  the ficcpient cau'c of railway accidents, which hitherto could hardly be  considered as prcventible. ,',   '  The handle, which is the-subject of  this patent, is provided with a detent  which locks it in either the open or  shut position as required, so that* it  cannot be accidently moved. .  The invention is a very ingenious  and eminently practical one, and  should .be readily .adopted by the  various railway ' companies, as no  inodi'lic cation of the body of the stopcock is required, the old handle .merely leipiiring to be removed and the  now one subotituted at a'comparatively  trilling expense; while it will save the  reeunence of a class of accidents  which arc Usually, disastrous to rolling stock, anil the cause of set ions interruption of tratlic.     . ' i  The air brake couipuiie-s will also be  only   too  willing  to adopt'an invention which   will   enhance   the   usefu  ness ot their brake svstem.  (1   1). I'ALlIKIt. N.I5.  i. MATIIIR, Src  ,&4710������&0 /t  ih*  ft-  n^L^ey  In Anticipation  < ft   *    ������������������   X ,��������� '  of Jack Frost's  Cpming  ,,;  ^ If you' would {save your choice  plants���������take them indoors * before'  Jack Frost' nips them.     ' , '  <JOf course it means that you will  need "a new, jardiniere or two���������,  some plants are in.'bigger pots and  there are new plants to provide for.  <| Jardinieres of the artistic sort are so  cheap nowadays that no one thinks of  allowing ugly pols to remain exposed.  <J You'll be surprised ,at some of, this  season's offerings when you'come in���������all  because we made some shrewd deals in'  mid-summer.  CJ The goods are now here.  -C^y^i  s* /. ���������*���������  "Buck Brand"  Union Made by Expert  Labor ���������  "Best for the  ' West." yy ,,/���������'  ' Refuse all Substitutes ,,  ./       ���������      y.    y  '   i - , r   , .      . < "  ,   ��������� . iMANUKAOTUHICD AND ROM) W]IOI",l'"SAd,K  P.Y  WI. J. McMASTER & SONS, Limited  ' ' , vancouver,'b"c '       ���������    ,' '  .- ."-."-  runKenness  Cured  Samaria takes away the appetite for ,  '- Liquor. The Samaria Tasteless Prescription, given without sufiferer's knowledge  in tea, coffee or food, takes away the  appetite for Liquor and builds up tlie  whole 'nervotis  systejn, weakened  ty  strong drink.       ��������� ,  i <��������� ' fi  Strongest testimonials from wives and  daughters who have cored Husbands,'  Fathers, Brothers and Friends, secretly  and lastingly, no publicity, all prfvateY  PrP0 PafSrimii. ami iKi'iniililol Rivlnf;Tull  ���������ii"'(. n a^najjc   i������.n iic.ul.n ^. icsiiiiiom.ils  nncl price sent m pl.'iiu sen led envelope:. Cor-  ie-.poni]ci)cc sacicitly c iif.dcnliril. Aclclruss:  Till-) S.YMAKIV llMilli:!'.'/* C:i., dh JoiU.ui  Cli���������uibei������>, Joidan^SL., Xoioulo, Cr.:ia<ln.   ������      ,  HOME  ^SjT~  ^ "*���������- '-   HOTEL  , ^KTCLUB FURNISHERS  VICTORIAyB. C.  '  Alphohsus De Feo  i.,     PROFESSOR   '  ���������   OF'PIANO  '   i  Lessons. 50c. Each.  Given at Aii. Duininic Gullicono,  lie.ir rftiiiinn.'  Muzjc supplied at "At Homes" and  Dances.  A  CORRECTION.  In tlio account of  the opening  of  Knox Cluirch   which uppeiiied   in our  hiet issue we nieiitioned that  the fur-  lace   was   presented   hy, the Gumcy  RK.SOLUTIO.V  OP  CONDOr.K.VCI''.  r>iilinon Arm,  li.  (.'.,   Nov.  '���������).���������The  following resolution  Inif   heen   pii.-Med  hy the Inciil OrmiKc lodge :     "U'licrc-  ii.i, the Supreme Ituler of the univci-Ho  hits .seen fit. to remove from our   midst,  the holoved (hitighter of   mir   lirothcr,  W.   P.   Criink.-lniiv,  of   ,S.n-(li.-i,    I!. V,.,  and   while   wc  riiilmiit to hi.-* omnipotent   will,   knowing   Unit   Ifi,  in Ilia  infinite wtadunl.   dooth   nil IhingH   for  the hast; ho it resolved, t.lnil. the l.oynl  Orunge   lodge,   No.    I'Mii,  of Kiilrnoii  Arm,   15.   C,  evtend   to  our heronved  hrothcr   ai.d    his    fiimily  our docpost,  Hyinpiitiiy, nnd    thnt   11   copy  oflhirf  resolution he presented to our brother  and also placed on the m inn ten of our  record hook,  nnd   a  copy  .lent to the  paper for publication.     Signed on behalf of the   brethren  of f.. 0. L. 1(112.  A. Ii. P[;i:nrr,.  . .f. ffAiiiua.r..  A POPULAR FOOD.  Tnere is nothing  more necessary to  equip people lor the "strenuous life" of  modern  times than good   food.    Man,  physically, should be like a well regulated machine, .ind nothing contributes  to this end more than food thai is not  only pleasing to the taste but tliat al-o  strengthens   and   nourishes.    It   ha?  been demonstrated   that  there  i?  no  other food made from flour .-o   rich in  nutriment and body-build ing elements  si  are soda   biscuit.-..    This is saying  much for ordinary crackers and much  more for   MooneyV Perfection   Cream  Soda������, which  are widely recogni-ed as  the most   perfect  .^od.i   binouit   in nil  Canad.i.   They arc-cri.-p and delicious,  delightful   to  tb*i   tmte  and   always-  wholesome.      Being a    perfect    food,  highly nourishing and ea-iily digested,  they are fitted to repair wasted strength  preserve    lie.ilth    nnd     p'olong    life  Mooiipv's Sfidit- are the result of years  of -tiuly of   the li������ht   met hod j of   producing  .-niperinr  crnckcr^.    Thyy   are  miiniifnrtiirfd in the cleanenl and best,  equipped bakeries in all Onnid.i.    The  workmen are  the niuM   .^killed on  the  continent, a.:id   the nnili-rial." used me  of a   very high order.    The   Hour i.-*  a I  specml    iili'inl.    milled    only    for   thei  Miioni-y   laotol'y,   and the   biilti-r  snld |  crenm arc   procured   dni-ot   from   lln- [  .famous   diiii-ie'  nf   U'e^ti-ro   Ont.-ino. j  Not   nn   ounce   of   *' inferior    I���������������111������-r " '  liiids il.s way into Monnoy go. i\<.   Th,'I  miiteri.ils being ha l.iiiccd. the re.-ulf. i-- |  a    tool hsoiiii'   and     pun-    l'o.,d.   ������������������:<.-ily,'  ilige.xted   nnd   ooim-rti'd   into   ln-ann,!  l.r.nennd bruin. ,Vo other-'oda craeki-c  (jiiiti;   compares  other      receives  welcome at  a   tabic  once become known,  thev have attained is  ���������-?^<X.-^:���������=ifr������C������?3:iO#s=  3 Footwear  ������I  The new Maple Leaf  samples include models  for'-French, Cuban and  Military heels. They are  a little neater and daintier  than you ever imagined  Rubbei.Footwear could be  made. ��������� v  Maple  Brand"!  Cook's Cotton Roof Compound.  The only snfo offcctunlmonthly.  medicino on which women can  depend. Sold in two degrees of  strength���������No. 1, for ordinary  cnsei, $1 per box; No. 2, 10 degrees ntroniter for Special  Cases, ?3 per box. Sold by all  driififiists. Aslc for Cook's Cotton Koot Compound; tnlco no  substitute.  Tho Cook Medicine Co..      Windsor, Ontario.  OCEAN   STEAMSHIPS.  oyal Mail Linos.     ';    ���������   "'' '  Choapest Route to the Old Country.  .VI,I,AN'IJNE���������I'roni iMontreal.  Victorian  ���������  Scpl.'ill  lUvanaii .. . .:. . ..     ;; Oct. (i  Virsiiii in     (let. Ill  Tnniaiiiii .' '..." Ucl. -'0  Victoi-i.in .'    .'. .*. V... .Oct.all  \N. i'AC. ATLAN'TICS. S3.���������Kroin Jlnnli-c.il  Like t'liiiiiipl.iiii Sept. JS  Ijikn Knc Oct   I.'  i.like Aliiiuliib.i    .' '..: ��������� .Oct. Ill  DO.MIN'ION' LINK���������Kinm .Montreal. -  Diiniiiiion     Sept.il  ��������� ���������ii,i������ii,.i.' S-pt. Wj  Ci-ii^iiiKion (let. 7>  I'llll.Kl.l       Oct.   II  S.niihu.ini Oct. 21  Dominion.' '.   Oct. -S  AMK1U0AN iil.NK���������Kiom New York.  Pt. P.ml     Sept. Ml  N'ew York " Oct. 7  St, Loins        Out.   II  Philadelphia Oct. 21  Si,   Paul Ocl.L'S  '   WIIIl'K STAIt LINK���������Krom New York.  Tcuionic  '    Sept.'ill  Oceanic .- Oct..   I  Majestic        Oct. II  U.illio    Oct.  IS  Teutonic    Ocl.'-'7  UUN'AKO LINK���������Krom New York.  Ktrun.i Sept. 'M  Ciun pania Oct. 1  tJinliri.-i Oct.  1  Laconia Ocl.    4  Klriirln.. .i ' '    Oct.   7  Pas^cnKcrs ticketed througli lo all parts of  Great J'.ritain and Ireland, and at specially low  rato������ lo all parts o������ tho JOuropciiii continent.  Apply lone.wi'est railway or hteanisliip.iKcnt oi  lo ,    ,  T.   W. BRA.DSHA.W.,Agont.   Ko elstoke  W. P. F   CUMMINGS,   Pacific   Afrent  Artists  and conriois'  1 seurs*' as well  ���������   -���������    _   i.  ! as musicians,  ' delight in the  beauty of the'  , New' Scale '  Williams. The costly  'woods, intricate  carving,  II brilliant finish and elegant  s) appearance,' make the  New Scale Williams the fitting piano  ��������� '   = .. ..      '  for even the most magnificent homes. ������������������ y       .^,   ���������.  '"Will hold.its own with the very best pianos made on this continent  ,     ���������P������. Watkin Mills, England's Famous Baritone,  New''-Scale;' Williams Piano  I*  Write Williams' Piano Co. Ltd., OsliaVa, for copies of illustrated' booklets  on the history"ami construction of a Piano, or call at the local warerdbms.  REVELSTOKE INSURANCE CO.,    -      Revelstoke  l2  -V;    j  Ti  Here Is the cheapest (food Run yet made. By the omission o( tlie lake down feature we have  been able to d^lly reduce llie cost of production and nt (lie same lime liave kept the sun up to llie  fnmoiis tiijli 2aar/tn standard of slrcnalh, vifely and durabilily. Notice the clean simplicity of  this si|n. Tlie workmnnslim nnd finish are perfect. The wciuht is only 7 pounds. The full choke  ��������� barrels arc especially bored for smokeless as well ns black powder and so chambered lhal 2'H inch or  l- i'i j L may, ��������� usw^* Sevcr;ll improvements in liie operating parts make it the easiest, most  reliable and best working gun in existence. Wc nre glad to make it possible for every lover of gun)  and bird snooting to get this high grade repeating shot gun at so low a price.  ,     Ha>e your dealer order it for you. <  Send for lhe 77Zar/in Catalogue an J Experience Book lo-tlay.   Free for 3 stamps,  7rte2fflarfin/%Fe������irJIlS &.,42Willow Street, New Haven, Ct  Victorious'Through Merit.  'TIUC-C MARK WEGI3TERE0 N0V.~S4, UD&  a-j ci*;i ii" oiori* l.li.wi lln  ',nlii ary miik>-.  |J,Leckie Co.Ldl  |      VANCOUVER, B. C.  r.< yit'  ' J.iX>ri'j"?=������C������Cj !������:>''"���������'OC^X;"' !^00<^  iiK.'rit a  all ivho  with   Ii���������������-m   ami   no  .-ilicll a pflTTOIIfi  win*re   tlnjy   have  The iire-oiiiinfiiro  rliifs to   ^cnuirK!  ! I.hoy tempi, hcyorxl resiflfnec  like tro'iil thill)'.-! I.o cat.  Foundrv Co., but  we no  nil  that, ih  not the chfc. the Guriioy Tildcn  Co., of Hamilton, Out., having iiro-  seutod it,  RAILROAD MAN KILLED.  Win. Henderson, fnieman ear repairer at. Calgary, one of the fildent  e 5 ployofn cf the C. I'. R. in tin  lo-t, his   life  afteri  him.  III'!   yiirdn   SiiMnilay  When You Have a Bad Cold  Vol wiint a rcincdy that will not  only give ipiiek relief hut ell'ect a per-  ina.rifrit, oure.  Von want, a rnmedy thnt will relieve  the lungs and keep oxpootor.it.ion eimv.  Von want, ������ reme'dy that. wil. coiinfc-  ci'nol.any tendency towards pneumonia.  Von want, a remedy that is plea-lint  and safe in In ke  Chamlierl liii'ie iiijjli   rem (ly   meets  tin-  n>(|iiueineiils   nml  foi  the  speedy    mid    pennnueiii.   fiiro   (if   liad  noon oy au   engine  hacking   over | en|(N siainls wit.hoiil, a peer,  hy all (IruggifitH.  l'"or sale  It .ib������ald be borne Id BtbtJ that  ercry c������1d weakens the laa^s, lowers the rftalky a.ni frcyxt* tbe  tystem for tke mem iciim db-  f������������'i, taziimg wfcich *re th* tw������  ^reatt.-rt icAzmtn ������f hnauui We,  pneumoni* ��������������������� tantnmy^m.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  h*i fron lt������ peat pojroUrit/ hy its  prompt cart* of tals novt common  ailment. It aW������ njKctoratUm, re-  li������ve> th������ hin(p> and opena th*  irrrrtions,  effecting a tpcedy and  OXYDONOR ti'imiiplis ihroiiKh incril-for yuuri,  i(, li.ii liucii Ihu life Kiimil ������r inori) lliiin a million  1H.T&OIIS-. II. ii Hie cinliodinifiit of (.lie ImkIuisi law  Known lo liuiiiaii seiunee. In il is eoneonlralod llie  exiiericnee of lhe Kiv.itcsL scionlis!, or Ihu ujt������. A  lubor ol love for liiiinanil,y.  '  ,   No nl hor agency for heallli has .so ninny'faillifnl  frienils���������none oilier deserve*, so many.  OXYDONORmslils new lire into (ho sy.sleni; rcgoncr-  ale.s, rein\ iKorales mid vilulizes every orcun into llio  proper disuhar(?u ol' the function Tor which Natuic  tended I hem.    1th use brings vigorous heallli ������ilh all lhe vigorous- aelivily lhal makes-   lite  worlh living-  No mailer what, disease yon have, lliis is I lie only nal.nral cure for il.' There is no danger,  no pain, no duel or nor medicine in using (JXYDONOIt.  II, will tail,.ilifclinic nnd ser\o Lhu ������ hole I'aniily, SKNI) TO-DAY for book 111 mailed free,  U'rile us a descript.iun of your ea.se. l ^ %       .   -  .    u INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM,  illr. .his. Ansen', Itossland, II. U., Onn., writes, iM.ueh II, l'.Hll: "Some live years agolgot,'  0\-ydonor for my wife who was sufrering from I'eiiinle weakness. AH era week's use Ihedoelor  luinself was surprised lo lind .such a eliiingo, iu l.icl, il. was enough lo inducu him lo gel. an  Ovydonnr I'or hit. sisler.  "A short time ago my wife bad an at lack of inllaniiii.itnry lliuiiinnlisni. She could not walk  and her joints were much swollen. Shu applied Oxydnnor, and before niglil, llie pain had  ii'iisiil, and iii'M. inoiiiiug (hero was  very Iil lie swelling, and  she could walk as  well  as oyer,  She had a siniiliir allaek brloie  we gol. U\ydo ���������,nnd wisundera doctor'* care   for a month.  ��������� mil suH'ered agonies.'       ' " "   , ' '       y  '��������� II hn.s cured inn of iiMivere cold." . ���������        ���������    "  BEWARE OF DANGEROUS AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.  The gen nine has Ihe minieol' " Dr. II. Handle & Co.," plainly slain ped on il.s melal parts.    ,  Dr. H.SANCHE & Co., 2267 St. CATHERINE ST., MONTREAL.  V  muncnt   cure.  It  cmwteracti  USE  E,oyal  Crown  oap  And save Wrnpoors for I'romiiiiiis.  UOVAI, I'.liOW'.V KOAI* has no cpial  '���������u l In* market. Ilrop us n ci\ rd and  w.   ���������������.% ��������� 11 in  il vmi a Ciilnli'giie illustiut-  &���������  trndene/ toward pnaniMmi*  Price 25c, Larie Slja-SOc.  lie.-  11." I 1 .��������� r 11 Hill prelum  ll  lllH   WC  (I  tVci  flic Koyal Sojip Cn.  iiiicouYcr  li  Lin.itcd  Mil  HALP-TOME'5  ZI/1C-ETCMI^05  :in^s5'W,  525BPS*>'������i... '  '���������>%)  ,x'  > i  >  '  THE KOOTENAYIMAIL  w-  .1/1  'til -  ,oyai Household!"  is in a: class by itself.  . ' ''���������-���������.  ^ Flour tliat gives half nourishment and  ' double work to digeit is not good flour.  Cheap and inferior flour gives tHe  digestive 0 organs   double   work  and  ��������� half,pay���������inferior flours' contain in-  , digestiblet.wastc���������      ':v ( ' , '���������  ,   ���������tHis ^vaste miist. first, tie overcome  by nature,���������that means extra digestive work. ' ;, ,     , .'*  .    "."  Indigestibles destroy the nutriment  ��������� of' flour,   therefore poor  flour  gives  more work and less nutriment: to .the,  r  system. .,',,',,-  '".'      ���������< '���������  ���������' ', Royal Household Flour-is in a class  .by itself���������-it is' the, only really ' pure  "flour���������and, it, is  pure because-it", is  \ purified' aiid sterilized > by electricity."������������������  -frit, is '(thc ,m6st\easily digested and,  most nourishing because 'it, is abso-'  .Intel}*-pure.'/     ':'���������  ,      -     ..'',',  'The   moment' a, womaii' puts  "Hands into .-/'Royal Household"  j knows "it is a finer flour than,she ever  iused before.'-      ��������� ' *    -.'���������.-������������������     *    .  ALBERTA  ELECTIONS  Hon. A. B. Aylesworth's Effec-  ^   tive Comment. '  Speaking in the, North York campaign Hon. A.- B. Aylc&worlli, K. C,  said of the Alberta elections :  "It is of little use to discus's it now,  and more especially in view of the expression of opinion, by the people  more immediately concerned, in view  of tlie neivs which we have heard, of  the results of the provincial election,  when tlie people of Alberta/pronouncing upon the constitution which had  been given them, and pronouncing  also on the bill as to whether or not  any'manner of coercion had been applied, have spoken with so , unmistakable a voice as that, by a majority of  four to one, they elected twenty 'members 'out of twenty-live, in accord with  the government of Canada'in this  matter. That result we would hope  would give forever its .quietus to this  agitation/which has been fostere'd and  fomented by'a few discontented people  in this province. I5y n' few 'people  whose interest it was to make capital  nt any cost against the government of  the country, and liy demagogues who  were utterly regardless, not incrolyof  'the truth, but utterly itgardless of'  the means by which they might hope  to iii-oiise populiir'passion against the  leadership of a man who happened to  be of a different race "and" creed fiom  the majority -of ' the people in thin  province."     ���������      Y '  MINING MATTERS  - -THE BEATRICE./(  ,  ; -'I  The Miner says : "From the small  quartz lead encountered two weeks  ago,a grab sample was taken and forwarded to Portland, Ore.,''to determine  -���������the gold values iri'it/tmd returns have  just been, received   which   place' the  . amount-of ,eokl to the.ton of ore at  $34.72. - This is somewhat *of a surprise to'lhe ninna'uemcnt as the ap-  pciii'tiiii'C of the "ore did not indicate  any such values Lumber is about to  be hauled to the mine for const ruction  of ore chutes.",  THE SILVER DOLLAR.  ��������� The sound of hammer and saw can  be heard echoing in the narrow defile  of the hills at the Silver Dollar mill-  site as carpenters Jit and place into  position the many pieces of the structure in which the stiimpmill and compressor will be installed When completed, the building will consist of'live  stories, ' three of which have been  erected, while work'is being rapidly  pushed on the other two." It will be  but a short time until the entire  structure is roofed in; 15,500 shakes  being on the giound to be used for  that purpose. " When the roof is on,  inside work can be carried'on without  the least'interference from the weather.. , i-  The pipe for transmitting air from  the compressor to the mine has' not  turned up and its whereabouts has  "not yet been learned, so it is not  likely that it will be laid this year.  Operations at the mine aie about to  be resumed with a larger force of  miners than has hitherto ��������� heen employed.���������Miner.  ;   DRIFTS.  The Granby smejter has instituted  nn 8-hour day for its employees.  An expert went up to Carncs Creek  this week to examine the .1. and L.  and the Carncs Creek Consolidated  properties with a view to a deal.  The metals keep climbing, present  quotations being: liar Silver, (i.')l-'l;  casting copner, 15 7-S ; electrolytic  copper, 10 1-2 to Ki 5-8. Lead CIS (is  3d. in London.  ARROWHEAD  From our own correspondent"  Mr.* Dickeson, con ti actor for the  Arrowhead . Lumber Co., has about  fifty men employed in his camp at  present '.���������<-������ V ' ,, ���������* ��������� '  , Andy Edgar will employ all the  men he can get"'for,the Arrowhead  Lumber Co.'s camp. Y"  The "citizens,.lire getting" electric  lights put,in." The current^ will be  transmitted from ihe Big Bend Lumber Co.'s mill.  Bert"Sharpe went out for ta cruise,  and made 8.'������ miles'in an' hour. < Say  can you beat that Capt V  The new school is now, completed  and is a crcdifto the .'contractor, Mr.  Mallard, as it is a real gem of builders  art.   '  Our Noble , Nimi-od while out  serenading the hunting ���������grounds last  week captured two more geese,'also  several ducks. Any one that loves  the sport would do well to come to  Arrowhead. It takes but 30 minutes  to land where is line shooting and  there is good accommodation. Geese  and duck are very plentiful.    , <*  THE RUSH IS ON.   , -,  * <      ' , <  'During the past week a'few dozen  copies of the beautiful picture,entitled  "Queen Alexandra, Her 'Grandchildren  and Dogs,".have been distributed in  this section, and every person who has  seen it'has no'hesitation in pronouncing it thefinest picture ever issued liy  that great weekly, the Family Herald  and Weekly Star of Montreal. To say  it is a beauty does not begin to do it  justice. < Jt charms every one at sight.  We learn'that it 'is offered ..absolutely  free to all who pay a year's subscription to the Fa'm ilyllerald and Weekly  Slai', the price of' "which is only one  dollar per year. No wonder there is a'  big rush of subscriptions through the  mail these days'going to thei.Family  Herald'office. It is 'the biggest value  offered'this seasonby long odds.  "THE tough wearing qualities of "Canadian"  Rubbers will stand even the rough usage  of boyhood. Every rubber bearing " the mark  of quality" contains the maximum oi  style and comfort  wear,  THE FALLS ���������? Wee*' REVELSTOKE  NOTICE.  niid'othcrs are, plaintiffs,  American   Mining   I'onii);  NEW  INDUSTRY.  Steam Laundry Projected.  The want of a first-class steam  laundry in Kevelstoke has long been  folt and is about to be supplied. J.  J'. A.'McNivcn, who has had extensive  experience in the steam laundry business, arrived in the city this week to  spy out the land, and, as a result of  his investigation, and the assurances  of support lie received, determined to  proceed east immediately to purchase  a laundry plant, and expects to have  it in operation by Feb. 1st. Mr." Mc-  Nivcn has arranged to lease from  DY McCarthy the building and lota  behind the Wine and-Spirit Company's warehouse. He installed and  operated the steam laundry plant put  in by the C. T. R. at Mt. Stephen  House'at Field. Wo wish him all  success in his iindortaking. .1. Guy  Barber and F. Crick arc associated,  with him in the enterprise.  USE OF WINES  Decline in British Consumption.  "W."!ihd;"A. Gilbcy, the celebrated  distillers, in a letter to the Times;  give the following information respecting the decline in the use of wines in  Britain : "Leaving now the record of  the present year's production of wine,  we would have liked to have irivcn full  details concerning the continuous  dwindling of the consumption in the  United Kingdom, the Customs returns  for 1001 constituting, from the wine  importer's point of, view, a record of  disastrous decline. From the highest  point, in 1S70, when lS,5'iG,5S8 gallons were cleared for home consumption, to the lowest figure, which wi'h  reached last year���������viz., 11,934,008  gallons���������the decline shows'a reduction  of ,r)0 per cent., if we take increase of  population into account, or the  extraordinary diminution of from  three bottles to ono and a half bottle  only per head.  NOTICE OF SIJKIUFK'S SEIZURE AND  SALE.  ���������VfOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that under  Jy\ and by \irtue of'cciLiin writs ot fieri  facias to be directed against the goods ol the  American .Mining Company and issued out otitic Supreme Court ot British Columbia in certain actions in said court, wherein .1. M. Tail  respectively and the  ng Uompiuiy .src 'defendants  and under and by virtue ol two certain warrants o������ execution against the goods ot ,tlie  American Mining Company to me directed and  issued o.it ot the County Court ot West Kootenay holdcu at lie*, elstoke in certain actions  uherein TrMar������aw and F. B.-\\"clls are plaintiffs respectively and the Ameiiean Mining  Company are defendants, I have seized and  taken in execution all the leasehold interest of  the American Mining Company iu the Gold Hill  No. 1 and Gold Hill No. 2 placer leasee or claim-*  situate on French Creek .in the Revelstoke  Mining Di\i=ion of "British Columbia, and all  lhe "goods chattels and effects of the said  American -Mining Coinpanj situate 'on French  Creek aforesaid and being composed'of one  flume lli.aX) teet in length, one pipe line -'.300  toot in length, 2 monitor*, .1 SOIn.*'Water gates,  one lift Pelton water wheel, one 'Mux. hoist  diuni, one sawmill with all attachments and  equipments connected therewith, one Ijeffel  TurUnc water *,\ heel, a number of sluice boxes,  one store house and ofiice, one nie.s house aud  cabins, a quantity ot lumber estimated at  about 10,000 tcctboaid incisure, all ofiice and  stoic supplies and furnituio contained in the  buildings above mentioned, a quantity of  kitchen utensils, a large quantity ot tools in the  slore house of the ������aid picinises, a quantity of  groceries and supplies contained in the buildings of the said premises; a full inventory of  which said goods and chattels will be produced  at the time ot sale hereinafter mentioned and  may in the meantime be inspected and obtained on application to W. J. Law, Deputy Sheriff  at Revelstoke, and , i  NOTICE 13 HEHEBY  FURTHER GIVEN  thaton the SOt h day of No\ ember, liKlj, at the  hour of 2 p.m., at the door of the Com t House  in the City ot Rerclilokc, 11. C, 1 will offer for  sale   publicly the above  mentioned interest,  goods, chattels, and effects and all the interest  ot the American Mining Company therein to  satisfy the said several writs of fieri facias.  Dated the Uth day of November, 190J.  '     S. E. IUMBLY,  2S1    ��������� Sheriff of Norlh Kootenay  ' ' VOTING COMPETITION..       ' ,      , '      -  The Tourist Association want an appropriate name for the beautiful falls on  Eight Mile Creek', which they intend to make an ,attractive resort for citizo'iib  and tourists. Tho Mail invited suggestions of n name for,these falls and the  following were suggested:���������     * , , ' ;      ',  ���������  d���������Alexandra  "5���������Minnehaha    D-sIIallelujiili 113���������Gladstone  .'. *  2���������Victoria    " (!���������Forsland'    ' 10��������� Longfellow ' 14���������Henry Irving  3���������Bufl'aloi'ii     7���������Fortyninc  J*ll���������Porcupine   -'-.*,   vlfj���������Taiitramar ' /  4��������� Togo '     *    8���������Gfoiy.    ������     12���������The Maid of the Mist  1G���������Silver Tip '���������  .' '���������      ."<������������������ ,r      i}      ~y.'        , ��������� '   .       .  The Mail will take a vote on the above panics.   -The prize of .$5 will,, he  awarded to" the person who suggested the name obtaining''tho grcateet liumber  of votes,-and that name, win be adopted..    All votes must be in by November  14i.li, and must be sent on the following form:���������   _     > j  "       - ..''."  "     ,        ' iT        MAIL NAMJNG=;COUPON.'' ',  I vote to name Falls.  Name of Voter.  THE ABOVE SALE HAS BEEN  ADJOURNED UNTIL DECEMBER  7th, 1905, AT 2 P.M., AT THE SAME  PLACE. l '     .  S. E. IIAMBLY,  ;      '  Sheriff.  No Poison in Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy:  From.Napier, New Zealand, Herald;  Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of  New South Wales, Australia, had ,an  ���������iiiuh sis -made of all the cough" medicines that were sold, in 'that market.  Out of.tlie entire list they found only  o'ne that Ythey declared was entirely,  free fromsall poisons,'/Phis exception  was Chamberlain's'Cough 'Remedy,  madey' by -'the Chanibci'laiiVMcdicinc  Company, Des Moiiies, lowa.'U.' S.^A.  The absence of'"all narcotics make this  remedy the safest and best that can be  had; 'arid lit, is', with a feeling" of 'security ' that any mother can give it to  heHittlo ones. Chamberlain's Cough-  Remedy is especially recommended by  its makers for coughs, colds,croup and  whooping cough. This remedy ,is for  sale by all druggists.     .       ^  MALAKWA.  I'Yoin our own correspondent.  A house warming at the residence  of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Erikson was one of  the events of the week.  Mcsdames E. Erickson and $.\\.  Wolscy and Miss Lout visited Revelstoke last. week. Miss Loat had the  misfortune to lose her pocket hook  while in town.    Who found it?  Messrs. Reid and iliithaway sustained a serious loss on Thursday morning, having three cattle killed hy No.  1)6. Of course C. P. R. trains must  bo on time and slowing down to shoo  cattle olV the track is not to be  thought of in these strenuous times,  especially when jt is owing to want of  fenco along the R. R. that such trespassers arc in evidence. Why does  the. Railway Co. trouble to fence any  of its track ? Why not wait until the  laiid adjoining is taken up and then  make the homesteader pay half the  coat of fence ? No charge for , the  suggestion.  A Neat Everyday  Boot for Boys.  A!'PLICATION KOH TIMHKK LICENSES  NOVE11HKH 3rd. 11NJ5. -  fTlAlvU NOTICE that thirty days after dale  _L we intend to appl} lo the Ilonoiablc the  Chief Commissioner ol Lauds nnd Works for a  special licence (o cut and caro away liniliei*  from the following described Lind-, on Anow  Lake- :- ���������  Number I.  Commencing {\l a post lociled one inilc from  .wc-tside of Upper Arrow Lake, ahout three  miles above the Narrows, running thence west  10 (ham-., thence south Sn chains, thence e.u.t  111 chains, thence north 1U0 chains, thence cast  10 chains, thence south 10 chains, thcuccucst  III chains lo point, of commencement.  October 27th, 11KI.V  YALI^COLUJlltlALUMniOUCOMPANY Lid  1 Number 2.  ,  Conimeneinu at a post, marked Y. C. L. Co's  south east corner post about one and oiic*h.ilf  miles from west hank of Upper Arrow Lake  and about three miles north of entrance lo  Niiirows, rumiiiiy: west III chains, thence north  IliO chains, thence e.isl, III chains, Ihciiccsoulh  1(KJ chains lo point of commencement.  October -atli. liKti.  TIIK YALK COLUMBIA   LUMBKlt CO. LTD  ' Number 9.  Commencing at a post marked Y.C. L. Co's  noi th cist coi nor post, about one and one-half  miles liom the west bank of the Upper Arrow  Lake, about three miles above entrance lo  N.uiows, niuiiiiitt south IU0 chains, west Hi  chains, norlh 1IKI chains-, e-lst 10 chains lo point  of commencement.  Oitoben'Sth, l'.KJ.).  TI1K YALK-COLUMI1I.Y LUMHKIl CO. LTD.  i Number I.  ConimcnciiiKat a pool, marked Y. C. L. Co's  noi thw est corner post on the cast, side ol Upper  Anew Lake about l.uo and one half miles  south of Nakusp, rumiiuir soulir PHI chains,  thenco west ltl chains, llienee north IIUI chains,  thence casl KI chains I o point of commencement.  October ASIh, lilol.  Till.' YALI''-U0LUM1!I.\  LUMUKIt CO. l/i'l)  M. J: Henry's  Nurseries and Greenhouses  y    ���������' liOlO Westminster Road,  VANCOUVER, --    B.-Cy-  Miiin Nursery for Fruit,-Slock���������South  Vancouver, one milu south lot' city.  Branches at VicLoria and iWat&qtii for  Seeds and Nursery Stork ginwing.  Extra large pUnlinu; for Pall delivery.  One year apple, 'I to 0 feet, .$10 I.o $12  per 100; apple. 2, 3 and -I ,yeiu*s old, .$IS  to $20 per 100; Maynaid Plum $1 each.  Large, impoi tation of Bulbs from  .Inp.in, Holland and France. ,"       ���������    ,l  Extra nice choice of Cherry, Peach,  Plum, Apricots, ytc, now.fri'pwing foi  tall orders.. No expense, loss or delay  of fumigation ,or inspection.  Let me price'youi list before placing  your order. Catalogue free. Green  house Plants, Floral Work, liue Supplies, Fruit package*,' Fertilizers, i-te.  Garden, Field and Flower Sei'ds, in  -season.  1     M. .J. HENRY,  "1010 Westminster I toad, Vancouver, li. C.  mo,vebT  TO Tin*:   UN.ON 'HOTEL .AND  UUtfTAURANT.  _ Mi;s.> K. E. McKrmtiCK  JUnqnels, Theatre Parties and  Private Suppers a specialty.  Trademarks  and Copyrights  obtained in all countries.  Dye  201 i  Boys' genuine Scotch Grain  Balrf., made on a round toe  last, with circular vamp and  heavy sole. This hoot will  defy the roughest usage.  Boys' Sizes from   1 to 5  Youths'Sizes from lOto 13  Your dealer^ has them. If  not, insist on him securing  them for you.  Manufactured by  J. LECKIE Co.Ud  VANCOUVER, B. CY  Irvine's Cleaning  Works  Calgary, Alia.  P. O. Box 7S7 Telephone  A. S. Irvine, Manager.  Dry Cleaning a Specialty.  J hog tn inform the piihlie. that I  nivc remodelled my dyeing, cleaning  and repairing shops on l.he latest, and  most up-to-dtito systems. I am the  owner of mixtures nnd machinery  allowing me to lake in hand any work  without altering the coloring or the  quality. A lirst-class rarisian dyer,  wet and dry cleaner, as well 'as a first-  class French pressor, will now he in  attendance. Cleaning line materials  a specialty. Curtains and Luces  cleaned and creamed. Fine Woolen  Blankets and Flannels cleaned and  sulphurated. Cleaning, dyeing and  pressing Laces, Silkn, Velvets, line and  colored Handkerchiefs, Doylcys, Silk'  and Velvet Cushions, Embroideries,  Piano Coverings, Gloves, Ties, Mulllers,  Caps, Silks Socks and Stockings,  Ladies' and Gentlemen's City and  Evening Dress, &c. ' Gent's Hats  Blocked and Trimmed. The only lace  washers in the west.-  PATENTS  ��������� obtained in all c  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical Attorney and Engineer.  Room 3, li'airllclrtiniock, (iranvillost., near P.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.'  A postcard will scenic an cvcniiifrappoint  inent for those who cannot, call dm-iiiK the day  SEE  & - newly im-  slock  of  Chinese  Wing Chime's  ported  and Japanese goods  The best assortment ever  landed 'in   Revelstoke   of  and     ornamental  useful  articles:  Tea services  I'Inlcs  Kaski-ls  Cane Uhaiis  Handkerchiefs  flOLD  "I'lnwer I'nls  Umiiiclla SI amis  hunch Hiu^kcl.s  Smoking .tuckets  ijilkd'onds.  fish  Klin*'  I,slock of candies and fruits in Inwn.  Front Street, Revelstoke  Irvine'sDyeing and Cleaning Works  '273 ' CALGARY.  Owing to the large, increase, in  ,'our Bakery Business we,have been ���������  obliged to do away with  all  old-  time   methods, and    instal   new *  machinery   of; the , latest    type,  which places u's in a ��������� position to .  cope witl^any like concern in tlie,'  province.,      .   ,' .        .   a  .  Call and Inspect pur Goods'. /' *  A Swell Assortment to Choose  From.' Satisfaction Guaranteed-,  HOBSON & BELL  store in ; this Great  West better cable to'  assist you if you,*wi]l  but write: Buying'by.  mail from lis,is'1 even  -more satisfactory than ���������  ���������buying over the count.  ,er at. some stores'..  As evidence of the new-  things- being -offered  we illustrate here Two;  .Hat Pin-Holders, in  STERLING ��������� SILVER:  ftNo.'20158, is  one of'English,  design  with  a  silver base topped with velvet  pin    cushion,  from  which is"  inserted a&ilver  standard   with  a 'wheel'  npar,  thetopthrough  which the pins  are put before  entering    the  cushion.   .The  stand is     '   .  inches ' high,  and we mail it-'  to any address  ' ', *' for ,   ,  ���������c$2,75][  (without pins.)  ���������'iMJisid    UJ-'    JlJiCi U-LAU'IGNS    GOV-  1      J-JK.M.^O    TJJJ,   JJlSi-'USAJi   Ot*   JJO-  "     A1JN1U.N      L.j\j>ilJ6,    WITHIN      TJli^  luilMIAl    lil^L.1'   If,    TJJK    ritUV-  J.NC-J-J   Ul?"   UJtJTJSJl.COJ^UAlBlA.  -v   i_iunJ."\oJi   lo  uui  iiiiiuur can   bo uc-  tiuiiuu   oiiiy.ai   imbue   competition.     A  iciiui   ul   ,m  jiur  wtuaiu  milu   lb   cuart'eu  Iul'   all   llliujcl    bcl'lns   cXCepl   lliQtxi   bHU-  .iicu  nuai.oi  J aiu Jul  wlilcli  llie rental la  ai ine i.no u{ j ueuia jjcr,acre per annum,  In  .luumort   \u   tliu  iuntu.1,   uuc&  at' tho  tuiiuwiiijf iali-3 aiu cliaijjeil:���������  haw n iuinhur, OU'Cuiiii per lli'ousiiiid  led   JJ.AI.,,  Ji.Uiway ties, elt'lit and nino feet' lonjf,  1 1-. auu J. J-l oetiisi viicti. ,     .  aiiiiiKiu, bolts, :3 cenis a cord, -  An  uiuer  jnuuuois,  o  per  cent  on   llie  sales.    , '    , >  A. license is Lssued tiu soon as u bertli  is uiuuiuo, but la surveyed leiriiury no  Limuui an Uu out uu<a uurtli untu liiu  iiCvusue lias, mauu a sui vey ilieieot. i'  l-Vrmiis to eui uiabur Uic also, trained  at public cuinpuilnon/u^uupi m tuu ease  01 neiual seine! s, V.110 runuiiu Uiu uin-  .,,���������1' iui   incir own usu. < ���������    ,  helilers una otlieis may 'ulso obtain  pei 1111 is to cut up 10 JoO cuius 01 wood lor  a.ne    ivllliout   -ujiiipelitlOii.-  'J ne uuea payaolu unuei a penult ire  ^l.^u pur tnousainj jc-ei *is.M., tor squaie  imiuer and sawiofs =01-any wood ������ex-,  cejit oak; iroiu l-"* 10 J i-i' e^uls per jineaJ '  loot lor buiiuinjj lot's; noui Ji l-ii'-io 'J->  Lents per cold lor uood; 1 cent lor teiice  ijusls; a cents lor railway lies; And w  leius ]>er coid for .slun^Ib bOjUa. ���������  "; J-ea&ua ' J Or jfiuzjng- puiposuu are Issued  lor ix let in 01 'iweiuy-one yeais, .,ut u  rental 01 two "oeins per aere per annum.'  Coal lauds may, bo puronobed ut Uu  pei auiu ior son eoai aud ������aj lor aaLUra-  elie. -N'oi moie than "xm acies iuay, tie  at-iiuiiuii b^ 0110 iuOi\iuuai or company.  Koyuliy at tlie rale uiyu cents imr tun  01" -uw iiounds is 1 ollocled on Uio.liioiiS-  ,output. ii .     . > , .. ,  , li'iuinj. for,land for aijiiculiuial pur-  posus may be made peisouaily ai uiu 10-  cui, land oilicc lor luo aisinet.lu Wlilcu  Hie laud 10 be tancu up is situated, or  11 tne liouiesleadi:! desires, lie may, ou  ���������ijipJlcaUon 10 Uiu Aliuisior of tlie tnierloi-  ai uuauu, uiu Commissioner ot imuiiKia- '  Hon ai ;% iiiiiipyH, or tile local aj;eni ior  me jjiiinci, wiiuin wliich aie land In  suuaitd, leceive auUtiority lor some one  10 make entry tor ulm.  A iu; 01  ;tu ia  cliaiijcd for"homestead'  uinry. . ��������� ,    fr \  A scttlur wlio has iecei\ed an entry foi  a uomesieau,'is leuuired to perform tue  cuiiaitioiis connected Uierewuu under one -,  ot  trie  tollowlng plan3:���������     ���������    ��������� ���������  i.i) ai ie.u>t six months' residence" upon -  auu cultivation of  tlie laud in eacn year  during  me  lerm of Uiree years.      \'  , it ia me practice of tlie JJepartmeut 'to  leiiune a sfctlleruo brlinf Jo acres under .  cuiuvaiiuu, but if ne pieiera lie uuiy sub-  ainuie siuclc; and -fj Uead of cattle, to be  actually nia own property,, wltu buildings  tor meir accommodation, will be required  niait-au  01   culuvauon.,      - ' -   ;      '���������   ,  l-j it me latJier. tor uiotlier, ii tlie fa-  .  llier  is   deceased;   of any peraou ,WJio  is  curium 10 make a Jiomesteotl einiy uuder  llie  provisions  of   tne Act,   resiueci   upon  a' larm  in   mu  vicinity'01   llie  laud  ei������-_  leied tor by such person as a uomesieau,  ine  ie<iuire������ieuis  or tne* Act as   to   residence, prior  to obtaining patent may  be  saiisiicu by such person'reaitlinif wicu the .  lamer or moUier. .       _    ,  I3j it the settler lias his permanent  residence upon lainiing laaid ^owne*l by  him in the vicinity of his inomestead, the  leiiuiremeuts of the Act as to resiuence  may be satisued by residence upon the  said   land.   , -  Apphcauon .for patent should be made ,  at tile end of three yeais before the locaJ  aseut, s-uu-:iijeiit or a Jiomeatead inspector.  Before making application for a patent,  Hie settler must give six months', notice  in writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lauds at Ottawa, of kis inton-*  tion to do so.  W.  W.  CORY. ���������   '  Deputy Minister of  the Interior.  Ottawa, Februray Uth, 1905. 1  Hakry  LAND NOTICE  NO'I'ICK-IS IIKIIKHV OIVKS that ^l\ly  days nftor dine we inlt'iid to apply to the  linn, the Ulik'f Cliliniiis-iiiiicl- uf Luiili aud  Win k-i fur pc.riiil-tinii to purcha-e the folloivlni;  ili-crilii'it luiifl-, -iil unto 111 tin- r.cw'InloLc Diri-  sun of \\'i'-l ICnoleiui}-lll-tni't. ('oiiinieiicini;  nl 11 pnsL nlnutid ou the K.i-1 Hank of tliu  t'nliiiiiliiii ill\ er uboiiI one half mile north of  lln* mouth of Ciirne< Creel:, and marked "I'.M .  .*c I). Co. I.ld. I.j'i S. IV. t'orner." tlicm-c lOi^t  si\ty cli.uns, ihi'iicu North eighty clmiiii.  Ilirnce Wijil -isty clmliii Ih-lln-~.une inore or  lii-.i lo the K.-ua Hank of Coliimhlii Idvir,  llicnru fnllowiiiK the iiiuitiidi>rniKi of the  ('(iliiiiihia Hiver in .isoiillicrlyilirrctioii to tliu  point of coiiiini'iicciiicnU roiit.iiniiiK 4SJ acre-  nioie or lus1..  Haled thi-, tilth day of Septeinher. A.I). ir>ii.  Tin: I'ni.N'ci: Minimi*: Dm ki.oI'MKVt  Comi'a.sv. I.imiii:i) I.iiiui.nv.  iVl IVo. ������i  WAH CHUNG'S  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  TIMBER NOTICE  VTOTIK ia IIKKKHY GIVK.V that thirly  i_> days after date we intend to apply to the  lion. Chief CniniiiKrtioner of Landn aiid Works  for 11 -.iiccial licen-o to cut and carry nwav  timlior from the following dc-cribed Innd's  Mliiutcator near the SUuiclaril liaain, Ruvcl-  "���������toko District. (JoiiiincnctiiK at a p<'-t planted  ahout IV milui North of Standard Mine and  iimrked-I*. M. Sc D. Co., Ltd. I.j'sS. W. Corner I'ont," theiieO iiOi'th lljil chains, thence east 40  chains, thence south 1U0 chains, thence west 10  uhiiiim lo place of commencement;  Dated 20th day of October, A. I). 1905.  I'ki.vck Mixing a.n-d Devkloi'.me.nt  Company, Limited Liability.  oNov.2.j Per C. J. Rumens, Agent  Tho Master Mechanics Puro Tar Soap heals  and softens the skin, whilo promptly cleansing  it, ot preasc, oil, rust, etc.   Invaluable for me 1  chtinfcs, farmers, sportsmen.   Free sample of  receipt of 2o. for postage   Albert Toilet Soap I  Co., manufacturers. Montreal,  Crockery of all Kinds.  Plainjiiid Fancy.  Best   makes of Japanese  and  China Ware.  Splendid supply of Fresh  Vegetables from S. D.  Crowle's ranch.  TO PRINTERS  For Sale on Easy Terms  One No. 1  Double Polhemus Print-1  L*i*b Cabinet.  One Hettis Space and Quad Case*  One Dick Mailer and Mailing Type*  One Franklin hand Perforator,  One ajjinch Lerer Paper Outter,  These goods are absolutely new, nevef  having been used.  Apply to  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  PUBLISHING CO. LTD,  FUvelstoke, B.C.  Halcyon Hot.Springs  -Sanitarium.  Under the new management of  McIntosu,   Hoffiiiaii   House  Rossland.  THE MEDICAL WATERS of Hal-  cyon are the most curative in the  "ii v A Perfect> natural remedy for  all Nervous and Muscular diseases/  .Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments  and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure  for "That Tired Feeling." Special  rates on all boats and trams. Two  umils ai rive, and depart every . day.  Telegra h communication with all  marts of the world.    '  .Tehms���������$12 to $1S per week.    For  fut titer particulars apply to  , harry Mcintosh  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrobu LaKe. 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Miss Dover crimen 'li.ijshly roooin-  nioiidod as ii. vt.cnl nnd instriii'noiUFi.l  instructor,and will t.iko pupils in the  city.   '..'-..��������� ���������,'..'���������...  'Y;.Dressmakers and apprentices  want  ed. YYAppIy' :to : Miss'������������������.G.p'iighv-'yecori'ii ,....,  ���������fippi,' o.Yfi? F:riitiib;(t;C(v/"Yyyyyy.'y Y ;:,|:yYY,Y;Y"  Y   Kvei-y;!xiok-ke<"f]'*i;ytsiiig;.YjieY,A[.v!r,i;5>liif|in  7-.    ,v    ',,  ��������� ������     ������������������ , . . '.���������   " ';��������� , ,  ,���������   ',   , ;  U ^llllt 1.1  (..11. s l;i:,i'iSP-.l..t-:il.vK\-sl.i''fi': should   havp|  ;v  yyyy  iybpi'iy of'.s^vf;������tlitii'iy-f.'.'l.fies of:T.oos.b--1" . "Y ,  Deaf l?ool<s--A:nii-('oiifiisioiiyf{ii-4iiioss1 Y Y:;Y :  ���������M'H.iiiridfi;" Y''Price yuti ;i;ciits ittYICoof-. '  unav 'Ma ir. ptlicb.,-Y    Y,'   ������������������-' Y.'..., .;:.  ICi-bp your, pyp'ijn  lipu-.s' Driiy. 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I^iinls nnd Works fori,  '���������il'it'niiil.':'lico'niiu to; uiil;.-indrniii'TyVawdy'tiiiiber  'rniii-tlie '.:~foIlbwiiit*;.7(lcscrilie(l:;liiii(Is:��������� ���������";,-:��������� y  ���������:yyyyyyyyyy..y:.^,.y-sojy.}-yyyyyyyy.yyy  ,;t'onimeneiiiK at .������������������������; jiost. pliuited on '|,lio,wvi;.sl,  side of. tlio noi-tli'fork':*bf ,':l<'ost.liiill;yicok 'iiiui  nliiuit, two nnd 'onc-(|titirl'or iiiMos' nbbvu the  forks'and niiirkcd ',' Big, Ileiiil: Liinibiii'Goiii-  imny'sSoiitlnvest ���������.Corner 1'osl," t,liuiiee.;ii<irtli  lliilclntiiis,1 thence',west' 10 eliiiins, tlieiioe south  Ilill eliaiiis; t.lienco ciist.'Ip; chtiitis, to 7ioinLr(ir  commencement;'; ��������� ���������'���������'yy.:;���������:';' ;;:":,���������;.:���������:.- ���������'-..;'..yy^-yy  :yy.y:yy.yy-yyy}y^,,:.2yyyy.yy'yyyyyy  ;��������������������������� CbriiiiiMii'ciii'K-at'. a post;'plaiiliul birthc east  shlo of i,lie:noi'tli'fdrl,-'bf: Kdslliiill <;i-eeki-alioiil,  one."and jbncdiiilf .miles .aliorai:Llie.:T(irks. and  liiai'kcd ."Hiur liend I.timber-Company's Soiitli-  "\viisl.'-*"eoi:ir(;'r"post, llienee mirth '1(1(1: cluiins,  Jlieneeeasl. -in eliaiiis, tbene'esouth UK) uliains;  thence west,,10'cliains ��������� to point 'ofiibininuiice-.  iiibiiL. ��������� y'::::::.,;::���������: "::.-,~.'-'."r-'.<..'f"���������- y.:y.y.y..y..\y '.;;���������:���������;; yy:  , yyyyyyyyyr yyyyxo.^jyyyy y -y yyyyy;  (.'piiiiiiehciiigal.a jiost plaiiteilaboutdne-hiilf  mile from the west jb'ankof-tliu north-fork; of  Foslhall Creek and about one ;iiiilo abovo the  forks luidiuarkeil '.'.lliK- Hend -l,u inberYConi-  paiiy's-iSo'ul.hoasl Corner :l'osl,," tlienco '. north  1(10chains, tliciic'cwest':IO;:chaiiis, thciiee south,  ll'ifl chains, thehce east 1(1 chains:to *-'|njiiil.-*-or  conimen(;(iiiieiit."> "���������"���������' yy: '���������:.:��������� : "v: ���������:3;;1;:  :ryyyyy-yyyyyyx6:')yyyy:yyyy:yyy  ^,:<"'niiiiiiencinf,'ii.(,-a poHplanioiliiboiit oiiohnir  niile'fi'onrthc west, hank of .lli'i; iiot'l.h t'oi-k <il'  .Ko>i.liiU|..t:reokTiiiid a bout.,: r(iur-hii|cs.;ili(i\-e tlie  forks, ami marl.-ed ' "His .Hend l,uinher (.'oni-  pany's"Niirt.licnsl..(!ori:ijr. l.'o-l.!'llienee. w'osl.WI,  chains,i.l.heiicc south SO chains, liiciiee, east :WI  eliaiiis, tbeiice"north'SD chains tu poiiit'ol'-eoin-  lllolliictnei l (..:>'���������--.;;:,;, -~x��������� yy:-. y. -iy.....yy.:,> .;,. >,  .;: vIllCDKND/LUMItKllYCOJII'ANV. I'-ilil:  Ari-dwhead; M.C.; i"���������;- ���������',-      ������.���������'���������:���������,:;"���������:..   :;;  ; -.Oct. 2:t,jiio/i; ;,*:,,y;,: y.Y;.yy-yoiwiiito .,  'HeadjYlQfflce^f^ifia^  "'"' ""'' '""  ������������������-.���������..'-..���������.������������������ ���������-'^j[ji^|g^|j  |glg|y0I)OyfyUJIi||||  Yp;Y::Y;YYYy'v";li'iiK;:i'('0|ii:iie(l:::iyrS(yy,YYY;Y;  YyYy -;ypiiyMe.lCbiizi(i;AveiiiioYYYyyijyY  Open DayYancfNig-litYFi  'YY;;;7;Yy:;y;.|.-;;":y:;:;;;'yi57i,r.;;v,;-y-y;:;,j;yi;:y yy.  iY^JCAOYl'rEfSoEYYlSXNa  ;Y; Jfiiigagerribn IsiYacci  ;HqtTi bsYi &c! Y y^liopry  spec i al iy y'y Stiicl i o Y a (Y  Secoiitl' y trebtyYYYy -yfy  ^jpi-yYAy  vLessonsYya:  Mi'Bi'YYJiewsY  El  m  ARROWHEAD;  iiid-.Ciiiciid.-ii-'* at I:  CHURCHES.  Drug Company Limited  . ^Methodist���������Ifni'v'estlfotiiosorvicr-a,  special music. Alorning-: Antliom,  "Hear My Triiyer," Olioir. Anthem,  "Some Sweot Morn," Olioir. 'Subject,  "The Crown of the Vear." Kvenint; ;  Anthem, "0 Give 'riiiink.s 'tinto tlio  .Dord," Choir. Anthem, "fDirk, Dark  My Soul,'' Choir.- Subject :, ".Vntiiriil  Daw in tlio Spiritual W'orld." Solo,  ���������'When y.hp HiirvoHl, i.t 1'iiHt," Mrs,  l3ows. The chtirch is being suitably  dccorato'tl for the services.  St. A.viii;i;u-'h���������St. Andrew's church  has ordered ii new organ for the  Sun-  Ipr  'di-time.*..' ���������:,.  Xinas C;i.rdH  Dniit.stiire. .''-; , :...1 ���������......:  ���������'   OfCAKS.VOlY l.fk'F. .to H.MOKK  AT I'HICKS ���������TII..\'l'.li DON'T (UJliN  "A-T ItltOWX'ri C'l'(;.\R;.^T(.iliK.,  I''<il|nwill!.'      the    fiOrvir'l'Sl       in  ,'.   tb������;  Mel.llbdisl, ehtin-li on ."Sunday, th'1  ladies will l,t;iv(> ;i llai'vol > Itninc  Supper oii'Tile^diiy evi-'nini'. A lir.-t.'.  ch(.sH,Hiippi'l- a nd ii ir Oiijoyiilile (.'veiiiiit;  a.sHiircd.    Admission'������������������;"'.)cents. ''  Xt.'tv shipmotilH _ of C'arjirt. Hcjiisirf-a  and Muts jii.-it arrived, beautiful hoI.cc-,  tion, at. .II'.'uv.--oii'h .Kurnititrv Sto'rb.,  .Vice a-thurt.nieiit. of Fans just opcnffl  at .-the Canada; l>riij; jStore. .  ��������� (!!.(.i(itl advertisini'" is unithiiiv which  calisca people t.(> know, to remember  iirt-. net, imd the be.si itiedium to got  fcbesc ri.iultd is through tbe K'oote.va v  M.ui..  ���������   PH'KS ItKI'AIHF-D AT I'.ROVVN'S  OIO'Ali. STORIO.     ,  Clark's Soups.  Spicy and  pMI'ed-���������uiiikt  ovoning inoiii.  You ciin j.efc Meihodist, I'l'l'Sbytcriiin  and Ciiiiiidiiin llyinii books ut tbe  Canatlit Driig Storoi        ,     ,  is  !'.IKl!Kt-.y   (IIV'KN   i.Iiar' tl,i:l,v  ��������������������������� ',-ifi.;r:'dinc' ye. (.iti'iid in ai,|.|y, I.o ih, j  :,inf������i>^iiMi'-i- nf l���������iiif|.: and Work*, for a  .-i-'i.i-.iiii' lir.'iii.' tii"i;i.ii mill .earixa������.���������.(>��������� tinilici-.l  fr m OicttfilluwiMU'd'-MTibeiLljuid-r, !  t !..iiuui.|,'(!iniral a ������������������rwt. aliiiiii. foilr inili.s ������oiiilr  (>f:'-l-ii|'>-- Horn   un - ('tuicr An'r.w    Ijike   .in,|  inn>-,k'.i| ". Iliif lt"l..i I.iiIiiIi.m- Coiiijimiy - north'. I  n.-t ni'int pc.^i,,,: .Mienci': ';a-t.:-lii haili.-'. tlieiu:,  .���������,ji;thA',-!,.tiii..:..tl,.,tis-...n..-;i. .1<|-el,.-lins.l in: iii-i  ill:,  tO  IKlilll   .if l.-ill|lt|||.||C>.Ii)|.||l." s-  lilt; IlKN'O   (,t Mlth'l; (Vi. 1,'I'U.  ,1 lioi  1  Herb, W. Edwards Injured.  ��������� f   D.  w I i  in.','  .<j|lv  Ir  ivlu-,ir.|-.  f:t!l 'iii   ;iti   iiy  liniiii' iii-   wrisr. ���������  ",(���������.���������*.'���������  ".The .'iii-xt  uere >o"-i.re and  iStf illy Wa^tY;0f' y y  :'.Yw.i*itcyfo'rYpnceSY'to''rY.-'':'Y'Y'-,:  Yli^||ffi|s  YY'Y'Y'M ADAK\VAyYl!.",CY Y  Fruits YaMyConffectiphery  Tobacco,' Pipes and Cigars  Piit'on fc.'l'iyied ici nes.Y Y Plii in;5"a nd .y Fancy  Y.Y Suiiji.sY : Tiodk'.siind Stiti.ioiibVy.���������'.-��������� Y  -y-~y --yy-y-'."y.-yy i-iisji;,;������������������.::���������.'^-v.-:y.-':..:yy  Billiardyancl Pool Room in  ���������������������������'". yyy YYYC6nneetibn.'YYyYy Y  Yy.;S-.Day'Y'^IY-.i!f������i;roi:ii-'YS  Y Y; Yr^'t-^'iYo ii Iy :?j ;Y:i ii nn fced Y:YN ii i n iYjeriYy  Richard ^.Copelaiid  .IDDDINGYCAIU'KNTfYcit  AND OADINIiri'MAKKIt  H,' M oiu en',  Wiilk l.-i/t  itu! brui/?-  diiy," lie  -titi I  W.'IH  .M.aiitb's, .Shi'lviiif<, S|(irm   Diior-i,  '���������';'. 'I'lio Ifbspiliil Hitlbivill he libltl tindoi;  the niispieoH .cf the Dndios A uxiliary oil  NOVKMI'Ki;, 2:{rd.: 'The an-atigc-  inenls have novel' been so complete to  ensure an enjoyable::social function.'"'���������'  2(i(i   .   Y       y- :'yy y      '   ;.���������*���������;.. ; ��������� .y..  iioiiiiii  ;"ili;ivo'Started ,it .pet'iiia.nbiityWbod:/.,  Y;iid; tin,',Tliii;il;sl,i*ei)fc-, Y:\Vil.lijiiy'pastYY:  experience. 1 liojie to he in .it position ;  to satisfy all I'i.'quiieiiieiits of ctistoiii-; Y  ei'S; . ���������Di'y,C(ii'd\vo(id":ltopt.jii:sfock'!iiii(i:YY  sitjijilted in any ; lohgl.hs :it; j-eclucecl ���������  pi'ieosl'oi' citsh.'.:':,; " ,:���������::: ..;: ':������������������. , :  YY;. YY';..;YYY';;., Y:.;;YR.YSA1MS0NY;'YYY;-'.  nppei i/inj;,-     I'.nsily pre-  a. yood beginning for the  ,i:'.  j-afi'iild: I ;..'.iti|r| )i!i.vc Ut .ufnv in bnl.bot  f rlibbed tlieOi well willi''Clin wbor-'  Ik'o'j I'.in Dalm, and after a few  ippli'-ii'i'-ti.-; nil yfiV-m-HA had din-  ]pjie|ir.'-.l '������������������   For .-ale bv all (irot't'i'-l^.  Jas, I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  .VJohbing. -Promptly Attended;'--To=  '['bird Slicfl  Kilni.  Ui'vblsl.oke  Retail Dc-iler In  nrra^f-  BEEF,    PORK  MUTTON, Etc  Fi.sl  Ytncl Game in  All (irriorx |irniri|il.ly I  beason.  ll(!(l.  THE COAL  V*>n t-.wn 'fli;ji*ntil ori td \\ont yunr lioiif-'*.1 or*  IS GALT COAL  KiHHiin*: c(ml, nnt.sljittj or llj^nll.u.'        <  ALSO 200 CORDS WOOD  ' \VKlA/HK,\HO.SKl>  (ii-rliM-s left, nt ih"! I.iiivronco".Ifiirdwuie Store  or iu. .Sinytlio.-('IViliiifico Storo, promptly  , <il,t(;ii(lc(l to. ���������  W m. ��������� Fl te mi n g-,  ; lyiiolii^ili! anil Itoiail       .[���������  Meat, Merehant.  I'"ish 'and   Game   in   Y Season  First St., Revelstoke. .  yWMsopflestaiip  .Mrs. IT. ,1. Iia.ilitn-y  Araiiiigi'CSS.Y ;,-  First-Class Table.- 'yyy y yy y Y-y  Private Dining Boxes.  Liir������o DiuinKi-iiom Tor'  liaiiijiicls, Suppurs, otc. ;  Furnished Rooms "fo Ltet.  FIRST STRE3ET,  REVELSTOKE  ���������'���������' i'M ���������  REVELSTOKE, B. C, Xft  J. C. Hutchison,  Iil KIR3T STREET,  THE CITV EXPRESS  E. W.-.B. Paget, Prop.  rViMiip.l, dolivtiry of pnrcels, baggage,  "i(*.*.'��������� in iiny p.-irt of the City.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  TELEi'UOSE NO. 7. 'i  rs  Raw Purs Bought  Cash Prices Paid  F.yB.0Win^LSy  Exporter of Purs.  Wooa'fl P&oBplioaine,  The Great Bnulish Remedy.  A positive euro for nil forms of  Sexual Weaknosa, Mental and  or.ronB a.xd after Brain \Vorry, Emissions, Spermatorrhoea, Impoleney, KlTects of Abueo or  Kxceas, all of which lead to Consumption,  Infirmity, Insanity and an early tjrnvo. JPrlco  31 per)"  cure.  ycr  I pie;  naokage      .       . ...      The Wood Medlolne Co.. Windsor, Ontario,

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