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Array fu-  <^JL 1  -������     i  c          J    ^  Heading Koom  "���������*"*������������������    -i  *-f'-,'* i^"' >.    *    '     "Q���������>* U  "k If-  / y y/M  READ BY i  5,000  PEQPLE.  THE HOTEL VICTORIA ���������  K. K. Ll'.ASOX,        ,       'I,    '  victoria.     -    n. c.  Aiiiviiuui anil Kuio|.c in l'lnn.  ! .vinerirmi I'Ihii $2i(lnnd Upward*.'  Pu. in Mi-nUil. .-Minplu room-. .  ���������,������������������������������������..... .J...M1.HM.I     .1,1..   1 imi   ���������CTTrrc  f '  i   il  Vol,' lO.-No. 34:  *TUE.l  REVELSTOKE. B. C. NOVEMBER 21. 1903.  $2.00 Per Year  .Li  JU  ��������� i  ' i /  'Leading Dpv Goods ,  f , 'y   ' ' "'  '. House of Revelstoke  "    Stocks in all 'departments are now  ;���������   * -  complete'for'the/Fall and-Winter   '':j  ' < *'. Season.    '������������������'  ���������J i ' T,i ' & i  eady-fe-  ���������-:". Our Stock m thisJdep'ar,tment is'the'  ^'���������-'Best'in &} Kootenay." ���������, Blouses',"  < Jackets, Skirts and' Wrappers, all  ' y the latest styles'at .moderate prices.  MAIL ORDERS.  a\ particular attention to Mail  Samples .sent to any address.    '*     -  .    . . ���������" " in -     '      /  Wc pa\ particular attention to Mail Orders.  TAYLOH   HLOUK, JilaKKNZIE AVK, UKVKLSTOKI3.  i f, .  .������ ii  (4?  N'Ey,.:y  ... j /Boots,. Shoes, ,Meii's;FurnisMngs,^ _���������_;.,,,,;. ,..  1     5->'." Clothing, Hats,* Caps, etc.,, etc. <������>  f (J3P3S1 -Famous Maclrin'aws,' taan Souks,'Mitts,'eto.1* yy %  <������ -        Canadian Rubber Company's Rubbers and,Overshoes, ���������������>  J,  Bargains in Boy's Winter Suits and Overcoats: ^  ^ ' _��������� .      w ^  ��������� T ,REVELSTOKE STATION,  B   C.       .      ' JL  rfoXfo ^5 <fo **������ ���������$���������) ^r^nr^i^^i^i^(^^^^^t^C>^^^r^f^>l%>'^''^'^>''^1  iJ * '    ���������  Mail  Order,  Ucpt  -"      i LIMITED.  Samples  ������ Merit is a mighty good, thing to have as a foundation.  3 But a' foundation isn't a house top, and the house top is  the thing to make stay up.  We keep our house top up by bii) ing the right class  of goods. Ever*, thing we pass into stock must be right  Ln-lore we allow it to be sold. *  '   For present sale we are showing  Novelties in Ladies Fancy Shoes.  Novelties in Ladies Gloves.  Novelties in Ladies Ties.  Tinneriflfe Lace  Work, a novelty in Linen Doylies and Table Covers.  New Linens  Table   Drapes, Five   O'clock  Tea  Covers, Napkins, full   \  * i/.ed cloth1-  Silk Shawls  N< u .mil be. in Ufa I ^ilk Shawls, all colors.  Umbrell i Shawls and  Facinators for the Opera.  7 Cashmere Hosiery.  0  VUilorr ^/Ilbaay.T "Welcome.  Jf  LIMITEID.  t  M Millinery and Dressmaking Parlors Second Floor ;  h!  SrawKWi.'  EVA MINE.  Report of  Manager   Presented^ at  , Annual Meeting. ���������  At tire iinniiiil genernl meeting of  the shnieholders of the Calumet  and li. C. nt Nelson. J. F. iMussel-  nrun f-ubmitted   lii&   annual icporl.  "Your company took p(isfce.K������ion  of tlie Eva group of eighty crown  granted claims'* on October 12th,'  1902, from which date development  work win- carried on more or Ies?  agrcssively throughout the year,  except during tlie month of 'May,  when no woik wa&' clone at rthe  mine owing to a^irenking.up of the  trail which *r'prevented getting, in  supplies-. ' ;  "The year's underground' work  aggregate? 746 feet, distributed as  follow?: No.j7 tunnel with drifts  350 feet; No. 3 tunnel'249 feet; No.  l"tunnel 31 feet, and raises 106 feet.  The average cost of tunnelling was  $11.43 per foot and of-i.using $7.38  per foot. u i        '    .>     y  ''Tire No/7 lis .de-igncd as the  pie=cnt working tunnel,'and,^when  fully "extended, will, undercut 'lhe  uppermost showings on the prop-  erty'at un approximate depth of 700  feel'.' 'JJcuiUis-e of a 'large t-lrdo which  piu\cnluil the yliivinir of an adit  tunnel, tire "tunnel proper \\as(run  as a cio'-scut.a distance of, 269 feet  at which point' tlie No. 2 vein was  reached the-latter -part of August  and drifting both ways, following  the wall ".of the \eiii, <was commenced. .Tire-Vast i drift i tinning  into lire mount.un. has been driven  65 feet and the wot, drift, iiinning  toward the slide 31-feet. The'wall  was encountered at a point 22-5 feet  vertically below, the'surface.,' it is'  al-o 225 fpet ,fiom the surface in  "the direction _ taken by the wcM  drift ' In.the diiection of lhe'ca������l  dnft, it i-j 305 iVet to the .pie sl,ppt  developed by tunnels 3 and o.and  2S5. feet to point where connection  may be made, by upraise; with  winze in No. 3,. De]>th of,the winze  is 78 fe'ot. The upiaise lequired to  make the connection\is 140, feet  long, f Both diifls ha\e tfollowed,  throughout,' a suingcr of'from 2  inches to'6 inches of, $60 ore lying  against th'e wall. .. In the tlireetion  of tbceast dlift,*nothing of importance,is expected-until th&*or'e--i.boot  above';refei red -'to .is' reached. ������������������ in  the opposito direction,*we. lyive out-  crop*prng's of what appe.irfe to.be a  fair -boot of -1*60 ore. the vein being  10 inches wide on the surface. We  arc momentarily expecting to encounter this shoot in the west drift.  The upper terminal of the li a in  is loc.iled'110 feet below the portal  of this tunnel.  y*.\*-~i:i) TiiiiOLMi om: siioor,  Tho No 3 tunnel at the point  wlieie wo took it up,had just passed  thiough the ore shoot which at  piesent constitutes our chief reserve  of available, blocked out oie, and,  as was-also expected, our progress  has been through practically barren  ground '-o far as our ability to treat  it at a profit, with our piesent  plant, is concerned. However, the  tunnel has now reached a point  where we may, momentarily expect  good news from it, as indicated by  Mtiface showing*. Tbe raises were  made a- ,i preliminary   In   sloping.  We l..i\e' now. hlueki-d out and  iniiiiL'di.ia ly available by nie.in*- of  No. 3 and No. 5 tunnel*-, approximate!.*. *-ix months' supply of oie  for the mill. To makefile lame  ore bod'u- dexeloped by the. No. 6  tunnel and the Highland Mary  --haft cotnemenlly available much  fiirilii-i underground work, involving a connection between those  woiks and llie No 3 or No. 7  tunnel, i- necc-suy. We may  leason.ibly expect to open_ up  fin I her ie-<Tve.<- ;n both l be No. 3  and No 7 hi fore accomplishing  -tii'b conned ion.  "It ti very necessary lhal we  facilitate in every way possible om  underground ,development work.  Our most pressing need in this  respect, i- for a. compressor plant  and power drills, by which we  could not only make much [creator  headway during tbe time consumed,  at lire -arne lime lessening ourco.-t*-  !���������! III.i i   T"~  XMAS CARDS  It limy ������u( ti. like I ti-luii^ tlie m-.i-.oii  lint curd- to liUAcnl to  hunipo nml  OtllL-l  fir ll������HJ   JllllCC-   lllllst, l)U MJIIt  Mltlllll UlO Ill-Vt IWO   WCl-k-.  VVu luno ii l.irKe variety to clioo-,1 fimil  Chooso Early and Got tho Pick  ^SOUVENIR XMAS CARDS  One lirt hc-ir*. a \ ic������ of  THE COLUMBIA   CANYON  Anotliurlol Ikmimi uc������ of S. h. Iki-,->HM)  DAVIDSON'S CELLULOID CAUDS  In l.irnu variety.  CALENDARS FOR 1001. Eto,  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.  Dui^gist tiiitl Stationer,  N-xi   IliniiivlJliiiki  Mitil (Jului-s.I'cwlve I'rbm'it'AuuiiiImi.  * .y ,  ���������������ery materially butfcould work  three shifts of eight' hour������, each,  whereas we can now ,work but two  shifts of eight' hoiird each', on account of bad aii. The ijuesfion of  ventiialion will be a serious one  until we have mean*-, other-than  band blowers to provide for it.  '   tiii: iii:nucTio.N i'lant.  "As soon n< the snow left the  ground la������t spring, we began llie  construction, and installation of a  reduction plant, "comprising, as  main features, a stamp mill, tramway, and watei powci installation.  The mill, of--Fiazcr lind Chnlmer*  make, comprise- 'two' battelie������ of  five No. 1050 stamps! each,,Comet  crusher, automatic feeilei's, amalgamating tables, Cone fizer, four six  foot Fruc vanners/anr) is, in every  way,complete in all,-* lhe adjuncts  necessary to afree milling and concentrating reduction i plant. The  foundations of batteries andpriisher  are imbedded in bedrock.      ' ���������>,'  The heating plant ^consists of a  25 horse power boiler? locomotive  type, with all nocessaiy pipes and  radiators. * The power installation  includes flume, pipeline and motors.  The^flume^OOO feet inl,length, is cf  2-inch plank,is,12 inches'bigh with  36 inch base;1" tbe standards, however, are 24 inches big'la,'permitting  the addition of another 12'iriches  in the height' of Jthe;,'flume'which  would double its carrying capacity.  The pipe line, 1032 feet iivlengtb,  is made up of 4'46 feetftf'lO, 1*1 and  12 gauge 16 inch .pipe, aiid 5S6 feet  of 14 gauge 18 inch. ]>ipo7vfi������inge  jointed ' and firmly anchored  throughout. The \vatei\is delivered  to the motors sunder 400 feel head:  /���������The motors', Pelton pattern, and  three in number, a re''installed in a  wing of tbe main milbbuildmg, and_  are specified as follows:; One'three  foot Jwheel, developing" 135"' horse  powei' for driving stamps; one 24  inch motor developing 65*. horse  power for running crusher,'one'15  inch motor, developing 20 Mioroe  power for running Jvannpfs". ./The  latter, being supplied with governor  and cut-off hood, is'also madeto'do  dutyin driv'ing a.124 K. W 220"V:  dynaino.'at ])resent "ii'-ed for.'light-  iug pm poses only , We now 'have  available at the inilf'.i .total oj 400  horse power, which1, should'occasion  dcm'an'd, only Requires ^tliej instal-  Jation of aclditioiial ,motprs fpr its  full utilization.. JBy--inStalling an  addi'tionareOO .feet, or "700 fCet'bf  pipe to cake up waste water at the  mill and deliver it at a point some  100 feet vertically lower, where, in  addition to the five acres originally  granted us as a mill site, we have  acquiied a small but valuable piece  of giound, an additional 100 horse  power would be developed.  TIM:   AERIAL   'lliAM.  "Our double lope yvsleiu ti.uu.  with'a capacity of 100 ton-; m 10  hours, vvas supplied and in-t.illed  by the B C. Itiblet Co , and though  veiy dilliculi to constiuct, owing to  the contour of the country, work-  to our entire satisfaction.   .  "It should be ��������� noted 'th.it the de-  sign'of the entire plant piovides foi  an increase of c.tp.tciiv of 40slamp-  at tlioiea--t po-sible (co-l; h/o,  strength and capacity of powei  plant" tram, shafts, belts, pulleys,  etc., being considered in this general  fle-ign.  '��������� Further improvements and  eqnipiiii nt required .tt the lime include, in addition to thecouipiessor  plant, before lefeiied .to, :t bunk  ami bo.iidiug house' at tbe mine, a  h'ou-e at the mill lo accommodate  the men employed there and a  covering for t the flume. With  respect to thc'tbiee la*-t named im-  piovements, ordci- have been given  and tho work will be prosecuted  wi th the grea test ��������� m-si 1 iio ex ped i ti on.  "Though we have bad many difficulties, even reveise-, wnh which  to contend in tire in-tall.ition of  our plant, among-l whkh niav be  mentioned the exceedingly indeiri-  ent weather throughout the season,  the non-delivery of luniboi when  most required! the exceptional  obstacles to transportation, 6tc, by  reason of which the plant did not  go into commission until tvvomonth1-  after the dale on which it might  been Marled under ordinarily  ���������able conditions I think we  t-vi-rv rc.i'-oii to look for ward  eniiiideniu lo the lesiilt'- of  ��������� ���������nicrpii.-e     Respectfully  sul)  nave  favo  b.ivr  with  our  rriilli'il  J. K. iMi'-si:i,ma.n, iMau.igei."  om: iiii.vnixi. $100 A 'ION.  "November 17, 100:5.���������Since the  date of lhe above lepoil, our mill  ha- made ils initial run, a bnef  account of which should prove  inleresting: The plant went into  commission on October 4lh. With  the exception of a few mi noi mishap" the mill inn steadily during  tbe ic-t of ihe month, running 439  bmiis; crushing 705 Ions nf ore or  3 38 ions to ilu* -lamp per 2-1 hour-,  vielilmc 30o.fi oinit'cv bullion valued  in .tifiofjo 02 ami -11 tun- ruiuvii*  n.iies viilniil at $100, i< pi'i-i'iiiiiij:  all average recovery, of abolll-$-S |������-.i  tun. and  (Ul  e.NU'tliHiou  of  S7 pur-  cent of assay value of the ore. Con  sidering the newness of the. plan  and the fact that the entire lon-  'nage came from' dump's in'which  there yvas consideiable \ waste, the  results I think, should be regarded  as satisfactory. Considering the  character of our ore, we are in no  vvi-e pleased with peicontage of  value-, recovered, but arc now making' experiments and have every  re.'i'-on'lo "believe thatr we shall be  able to obtain better results in this  respect. The tailings are being impounded for, further treatment by  cyani.le'or otherwise, if juMified.  '"Willi rts| ect to recent underground'developments,,! am able to  give you at this date, November  17th, a gratifying report from ,the  No. ,7 lunnel. Though still 180 feet  fiom the oie shoot for which we are  driving by means of 'the east drift',  we now have in the-face ..of that  diift 12 inches of entirely freemill  ing ore that should mill t $100 per  ton.     ,i    , '' ,   ^  ��������� vJn the lowest drift we ��������� have ff>  inches of ^ the ,same character and  about the saine^iade of ore.,  ., "For leason-j beyond our control,  "but little'/ progress . ha's M.eeh' made  in No. 3, but we have two-'feet'of  quartz in the face 'assaying'-M per  ton with every indication pointing  to our near '%ifpi'oa'cl\ to a shoot of  pa v able ore. H      ,, ,  ,(Sgd.)J,J. F. Mussiolxian."  we cm;  r - r  ~"   '   ''    ' ' ,  <  - Who Will Be the New Mayor?;  , The names of" two good men are  men t iohed������for the '.office of .'Mayor  in the coming civic'elections. .These  aie Aid. Foote . and [ Aid. McLeotl:  Botlijgentlemen have,se"rvcd terms  in the council with creditto.tbein-  ^elves and "the ^city" They lmve  taken an ac'tive'iiiierest in its affairs  and given to it much of ihVir tiine.  It.is doubtful whether,. Aid,.4 Me:  McTjCOcI's.duties at the shops Willie!  allow.hirn llre^inie neces������.iry\tp"at-  tenrl to the'interest''.' of- lhe city in  vv hic'hVa.-i- *i|ie winiidy-iiot accenr  nomination. ���������"������������������ -.Irnlgnig frlinivtln-  pa<t tecoid } in. -jliL!j.u)uneil;;.Ald.  Foote would make ,a ' good mayor,  would have time foi -ihedutie* aiid  would be'������troni'ly suppoited^hqiild  be be willing to come forward.1' '-"'.  cm COUNCIL  Mi*!!!!.,. I'IiiiimIuv. Pie-em, tin-  M,i\..i,   Mil   l'ui.ri-, Nlcl.iod. L-iw.  com;i..-i'O.M)i..n(*i.  t    l{    ���������  union,   repoi tiiijr   mi   ilillicnllv  lIllSlll   I.V    ��������� 11J ��������� 11    ll-l!     lit      |IIIVM  I    llOtlSI'    Am In.i iml i <"ii|ilov "I ��������� I���������!������������������ nive��������� u v  to keep ll'in c i lear-..  Chief    I5.IUI    ii-|mii tin-; ' lin n-  ivvorkiny vu-! , i.i-.iu' .ipiiuintmciiu ot  scaveiijioi in iqipi-r low ii, unci thnt  dumping giinuul l>e lixi-il  H.ing- .uul .loin- ii- sale ol city tle-  licntuio  IDicl-ison .mil MilK asking,ri'fmi'i of.  !f2 ro..d I.i.x (lulin-tid frnni the C. P. R.  pay ���������'\j;iei-il lo  Supt Kilpmirk i-oiiipliiiiuiiK of  light -iippbul Tiro' M.ivoi .-aid lire  c.in-c ol coniplaiiit li.ul'l.een tectilied.  L A. l-'iet/ .i-kinj; 5 foot walk in-  stead'of 3 ft nml otter ing to giye labor  fr ee���������A111I101 istd  M J Ilei.ry re supply of tires*to  i-itv ���������lulled .L  C llolten.vv iiiliin-.; strui-t gr.idud ���������  Cannot l-e done ul |.n-M'iit  .1 Willis eoinplainiin: ff city drain  e.iusii-g vv.itei' in celliu.  (jlovoriiiiK-nt Agent stnlinj; city was  liable fi|l iu*l i-t seinlet fi-v. 1 ease.���������  'lhe iil}* -olii-itoi -.1 ul the in 111 was  not cumin-.: lit'ie I ut nub sx in Cl.m-  w illiiini atnl lln- <.i-c w.is rli-.ii ly i-iii*  loi 1 In* pi vincinl novi-iiniifiit���������.Mr.  M'-O.n In 10 mi* niivi'i ..incut on  in.il lei.  ,1 S Di-iiin- -i.itiug Supt. ICilpati iek  ndvi-ede 11.-I w.i- 111 ln'-t. iilnce and  i-icnriiig r.n iiiii-ni.ir.���������Alder inen ex-  pic.'-'-ed tin- opiiiinii it uns diseieilit-  iil.le lo llie <; I', it. 10 sell tbe.-c lot-  .11 oily pi in- .1 ml ilit'ii place a con a I  1 lii'ii- to ci .-nli- n n 11 i-111 ti-i*.  'i In- vvoi ki coin in 11 lee ������n- mil 1101 i-i'd  (o li.ive builduig moved   li 1111 Vicloi'u  10.1(1.  POLITICAL  h|ic ikuig nt iMontienl JI011. U I're-  foiiliiinc s.i id llie e,enoiiil clictuns  111 ijslit dike place   in   six   weeks or six  IIIOIlllls.  .11 tli 11 HoiisUin'- [i-iiiei, tlio Tribune,  duiniiiiil- 1l1.1t lion. li. Mcliride retiie  ft om tin- picinieisliip and that Hon.  C. WiImiii lie pieinici ns llie elected  loader of lltc coiiserv.ilivc p.uty.  Spi.ikin^' .it V.incoiivei, .Mi Mc-  Niven, M. I'. I', said tli.il, be was  elected in Vicioiin l.ugi-ly liy Iho  |,il,oi- vole lie lliougbt that be  wniilil be able i odo nt in null in favor  of Inbor m ihe bou-c a- 'iliniisli.be  had been elected on the -tmight labor  ticket. He pioclaiinwl the liberal  pa 1 l.v Hie liienil of 1'ilmi. He pointed  out ili.H ilu* lii-r il'itis Mcl''.ide did  ��������� ni n>.������iiiuiuu nlll'i* win in diMili.iigL  tin* ndli'i'i 1 h 11 L'i*il wiih lb- duty of  .-v. Indiiiir tin* .liipiiii-i' Tlie icMilt  .-.ill 110 linn 1 li<- i-M-ln-ion net will  mi \ci 11* i-iil'.iii-ul���������ili"ie will be nn  ..lib'inl.H in ,-iy, 11 lit t. ils pi..v.,-i..i.? am  1*111 neil'liut-  VVc-Jir'e opening- up the finest lot nl  ��������� -ri  "e  aiid  1 -  t'i I.-  ssware:.".  ihat-hiis been seen in'town.- -  *Our Stock of ' ,  j j /. 'j *  StoVes,Xooking, Utensils  and General  Hardware  ;     ��������� , is very complete  yy, .  11,-,!  1    .'vl I  "li"  T  I ���������  , y>,.  1  1 ���������/'  .', Dress , Goo'dd ' this   season's'_ newest' effects/ 20'-per^j  ! ', centidiscdunt.  ,,*-.  <^.  "Q Hbadquarters'^pr.;Groceries';^ '.? ;;  of-.Guaranteed^'QualiiK;' "' ���������*��������� yyA  ,', r~r ' ���������       ���������> -      .       ,     'r.'i'f-'y    ���������    ��������� j        ,".      .   ,.'1  ,    '. Ifr 11 HI ' My^n. !������^.    ^3.   ^ML'3������9^^������ttC3MKaai  J V ' . c  \y~/'> "y "J'^"  ,* A.?" il ' - -,"* ^ I  -   \T-A', f  '-���������I^Jr-**'-^'^   f .     /'-"  ��������� ,*������������������', ���������*���������>,'  .'-' ������' ,"* y;-'  ',. .yrVy;Vf'  '  '    *"''V V.I '* 1  ���������r.yyy  "-yy.-j^"Ct>i  i-  *    j.  *    ?        i^j"  ,'  ' l?l  , y~* If"'  ,i *<  t ~~i~ ���������&<>.  ��������� ,"���������? ^1 ��������� ''"-'-  ���������   }������" iy  *..;5^;jftPl;,y|  BA  Seasonable Goods- at Special :Prices-  ;'v   -   x\  tt:  Ladies made-up costumes scliin.^ at less "flun makyig '  1 ... ..��������� f i\  "ihfin'half reyulaj-'prici'^.   ,$5. $6 and ������7 now; your .choice^  '     '-* Staples .at recluced prices. 'V  '; ��������� "?4"}:''' ".rVy;:^;.t/.-  "   131.mkct*?. Comf6rtcrs;\hccim^J^ji[cjcy.c^  ���������;-ets, Table���������LincnrN!ipkinb.vctC!^*r"������*^'.-'  ',*- -  ^'^--"I^CKvy'^'  c.   ".  SpeciaLDiGOomit for Quantities. - ;>--;";  REID & .YOUNG;^  *.        r. ..    ,'_.,..-    1-. _-    C-l.n������������������    ���������r..l      D...rn,-;/.li'c.    Pnttol'nC .'.^    r  Agents for Ladies Empress Shoes and  Buttericlc's Patterns  " *r.  ������������������ y?:  1 '<���������'���������'!  .1 *.  .1 ,    ,zr ^*  >' *-, 1'  .'.-"' y-'  ��������� "  5 *< Y  \j^^mnr^^b^bViiJim&rm������yp^AVT-^%i^<KSsmi.  f *- i f  <rcti*d, &^Ur?i/ ^������('-^'���������c&y/wu*',, ���������  "C  . Jb^J   ii;-^,A/:^   t~V/'   <W/^' SlUAL/" ';  M. A. SMITH 4-CO., Agents, BuyelslokeJ. D.  x>o&tx  KM8S0fX>O9������:���������*;  IT'S A1 FACT.  Wc wMi l<> tell you that wc have  the  swellest  line oT Keadv-.M ul������: Cln-lim;^ i.. the city.  We are si Ui 1114   H.u,  uul   L.ijis at  piites.iway  down this week.  Our Grocery trade is still humming.     We have  1    unloaded  another car of  choice   < jrocrrii-*, and   one  car of Vegetables.  Dont   you   want   '.ome choice   Apple:*.    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Wi?  and ndverli-emciita and , where a flip is kept of  LhU oarer for the use (free of charge of imj of  our ?2SSn. vwllng London and il������m>^  ���������siting the latest issue possible of In- 01 tier  . ocal paper.  ,. '  .E.  . > ^ 1  & J.-HABDY & C0.=      '"  -:    HOME,AND  COLONIAL  ADVERTISING. PRESS AND  ���������    '~ 5-^V.'M?^rti������sSfoN;������KSTS.'  an Elect Street." -     ;  Lonoox. Knows d.  '  '.CANADIAN   HUSINESS A  SPECIALTY.  BARRISTEKS. SOLICITORS, ETC.  ;o~rr.c.������ : * Moi-sox^ Bank   Block.   IIkv.-.i,  ������OfflSLy: ui^wWn. C.'; EortStfelo! B. C.'  E^  Geo. S.'McCarteb, '   .  A. M.  PlNKHAM. **���������    Jf  --���������  1     ReveNtoke. B. C.  J. A'. Harvky,     '  Fort Steele, li. C  LE MAISTRB &* SCOTT,  -lB*.RRlSTBKiS.fSOLICITOUS,   NoTARIRB  ,;      '~-JJ'. Poblic. Etc   -- e      -  ���������First Street.     L -~.      ReveUtoke, B V.  .9  E  ' ,1 "    V  DWARD A. HAGGEN,  Mining Engineer,  ro ������,. . 1  I  j���������    'Ti    -  ,        I  iMem. 'American  Institute Mining Engineer-)  1   - "  1, (Mem. Canadian Mining Institute.)  ��������� '''<��������� "      Revelstoke, B. (J.  Kxaminatlon of and reports on Mineral I'io'-  ���������    '       .'   perties a Specialty. ''   H   -PERRY-LEAKE...     "        -   -  .   '-- Mining Engineer and Mctalluigi-t.  : '"V*?. i ' ',    si-kciai.'i rrs: - '  E\������miuationr<"and Rcpo'rts on Minniir   P101-  erties.     ". 1   . ��������� *  ,si)Cciflcatioii and Coiis-truction of Milling Ma-  TebtenvSlo'o't Ores and Concentration foi Cliloi -  -'    Ine and Cyanide Treatment.    ..."       ,    '  FTvdraulic Plank,  Bedford McNeil Code.  ing lineh on the American continent  and would provide for Revelstoke  the opportunity of becoming the  great buFiness 'and transportation  center that it is destined to become  with those reasonable facilities for  transportation which have all along  been withheld by the C. P. R-, notwithstanding' the strong appeals  and representations, made by the  citizens here from time to time in  earlier'days. ' Revelstoke is alright  and the people of thisTJistrict have  now the chance of their -lives to  escape from thcii transportation  bondage. With the aid of two such  powerful enterprises as the Arrowhead andjiig Bend Lumber companies, a successful effort can 'be  made to throw off they oke and to  give this, young and growing city  that opportunity (to expand which  it has only awaited-to become the  great commercial and manufactur  ing cenler'-'of inland British Col  umbia. ..' ' -   '  SOME CONSOLATION  ��������� '   for -those deprived ot .the  husband  or  '    'father to know, that his  forethought  has   provided  11   sum  for their future  1   mpport.  ,They will  not bo objects of  Ch'iritJ\,LIFE INSURANCE  should'be c/iTried   by   f'ery   "i.in-the  in irvof family, in cr-der to provide tor  ��������� hi" loved one=,-Uu- single man. to pro-  > vide'for hib own old   age,   The  earh'*r  he  beRins  to  pay   premium*,  lhe le������u  t-.ist to hinr. -  THE EQUITABLE LIFE  ' U the strongest financial company in  ihe world, and the one we would like  in place vour|insur<mce with.  LEWIS BROS.  Financial, Real Estate, Insurance Agents  REVKLSTOKE.   B. C.  Zbe Ikootena^ fllbail  SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 21, 1903  Revelstoke wants a live board of  trade. The old .institution seems  dead beyond resuscitation. Several  live progressive citizens are urging  that a new board be organi/.ed, and  their efforts should have the support of all good citixens.  IMPROVED TRANSPORTATION  The articles which the Mail has  been publishing on improved transportation on the Arrow lakes with  connections at Revelstoke with the  Great Northern railway are attracting a lot of attention and public  opinion demands that the proposals  thus made should be heartily taken  up and'supported throughout the  district, as such a plan of transportation would at once give this city,  Arrowhead and district the advant  age of'.one of  the strongest compet-  SPOKANE OF, THE NORTH. .  , With similar treatment accorded  to Revelstoke liy the C. P. K. this  city.would Ireconio'whai the Great  Northern has made the leading  city south of the boundary, the  Spokane, of the north, and would  today have-been a-rapidly growing  city o'f over '10,000 people with  established industries, easily lhe  third city in, the province. Instead  ofr assisting this city, the C..P..R.  has'heldeit back by an extortionate  and discriminating, railway ta'riff,  which drove out of tbe city the big  wholesale firm of A. Mncdpnald &  Co. "That firm' considered that  geographically ^Revelstoke ought to  be' tlie best point "in British Columbia as a trade,'centre and established" its fiist/vvholesalo 'house in  the province here. The ,mo'vement  for'reform of the'railway tariff has  now been ^a, dead issue for some  time, past as the people had despaired of ever receiving.justice from  the' big railway monopoly. Now,  however,"!!!-) (Opportunity exists for  getting^ competitive transportation  into.Revelstoke via Arrow lakes  and Uie Gieat Northern" and the  people of this city' should do I heir  level,"'best toy have 'that scheme  carried "ouL Tlien. again, i1'((ia,s  been announced that one of the  first branch lines to be built by tliq  Grand, Trunk''. Pacific willybe^tp  Nelson, tyul," that.' Vine -will Iconic  down the" Big liend and through  Revelstoke, though perhaps following the other side of the river. This  city is thus destined to become a  great transportation and distributing centre, and as such would make  a splendid point ,for the establishment of factories and industries,  affording, employment perhaps to  thousands of people. This city is  well situated for power, a= the Columbia river at Death Rapids could  supply power to run scores of mills.  The people of this city would do  well.to'keep these prospective conditions,in view, and do all in their  power to bring them about, thus  making this city what under fair  conditions itjs destined to be���������the  Spokane of the north.  TII J*: LUMBER INDUSTRY.  It is becoming more evident every  clay that the future of Revelstoke  and district vvill depend on lumbering more than on anything else tor  some years to come. It is therefore  in order for those of our citizens  who wish to see solid progress to do  their utmost to support the lumber  industry. To develop this to the  ntmost advantage two features of  policy arc necessary. One i*������ improved transportation facilities  with lower ratc= and the other is  the imposition of a small tariff, let  us say of a revenue, ii not of a protective 'character. With better  freight rates than tho.-e now offered  by the C. P. R. and the imposition  of a dollar a thou-and feet on  rough lumber the market of the  northwest can he conserved to the  lumbermen of liritish Columbia,  giving vastly increased employment, utilising a class pf lumber  that is now a waste product, and  building up our towns arid transportation services, and creating new  industries and factors of remunerative employment.  One \v������y lo break railway monopoly and secure just rates is for  the people to combine with the  lumbering interests on the Arrow  lakes and arrange with the Great  Northern to establish a regular  steamship,service operating between  Revelstoke and the Great Northern  tracks on the Columbia- river at  Waneta.    It, can   be   done if  the  people will pull together. 'Revelstoke" is, under no obligation to the  C.,P. It. That corporation does  nothing for this ��������� city, but has  derived immense revenue from the  sales of city lots made va'luable'by  people coming into the town. The  company patronises nothing here.  True, Revelstoke is at present mainly dependent on the railway employees, but'they render'the company full value in their labor for  every dollar they earn, and even  they would not be employed by the  company if it could run its'system'  without tiiem. Let the people of  Revelstoke show they arc aninde-.  pendent, manly class of people who  recognise they have righls and  are determined'to get recognition  of these rights. The , company's  station is'clear evidence that the C.  P.' R. takes no interest in this city.  As a public,building'tho station is  a disgrace'to the city. The public  interest demands^ the press should  be outspoken on these matters and  that the cjes * of the people should  be opened ,to existing abuses and  the necessity for securing a remedy.  MAYOR O'BRIEN." '  ��������� M. .1. O'Brien informs us he has  'determined not to seek re-election  for civichonors, so that be will not  again'b^,a candidate at the coming  elections. .Those who have watched  the work of,tbe city during the two  years?Mr. O'Brien has been mayor  will agree that he has done excellent  service for ' the ' city. , During his  term of ofiice the. wa'ter and light  services have been������ secured to the  city and-are'now bringing-in a surplus of '$10,000'a,year over operating expenses. The revenue from  these sources will,result in a large  decrease in rates as the city develops'. During Mr. 'O'Brien's term  tho citv school has been provided  for arid built largely as tthe rcsuh  of his co operation' with' the school  trustees. 'Sidewalks have been put  in to give accesse,to 'the homes of a  great majority "of the citizens., "tThc  city finances have been put in good  shape. Mr. O'Brien has spared no  effort to do good 'work for lhe' city  and it is to be hoped his ideas in  legaid to an iinproved,water supply  aiid fire protection and" prociumrg  a rock crusher and macadamising  the.strcet's' vvill be put into.effect by  the new council, when this.city vvill  be in a position -second to none  and a city,of which its inhabitants  may well be proud.        .   ���������-  "WHY I AM A LIBERAL  xo. 15.  (Continued.)  It ;a in building up the British  Empire that the Libeial p.irty of  Camrd.i li.is shown to advantage in  marked contrast to the work of other  parties and other governments The  Uberuls'of Canada have laid the foundation of the greatest n.ition building  movement the world has ever seen.  With.the skill of a consnmnte polit-  tic.il artist, Joseph Chamberlain h.is  tnken"up the Jdea originated by the  Laurier i Government in providing  preferential t.irrrft between Canada  and the mother country, and bns'set  himself to tire task of his life  to   have  Canadian industries, but under it trade  ins prospered, r industries (loumhed  and new life has seen infused into  all the channels of Canadian commerce.  Loid F.irrcr, in paying a high compliment to the Liberal tnrifT policy  said:���������"The value of Mr. L.iurier'a  proposal is that it makes no rotiog-  ra'de step; and violates no free-trade  principles." The conservatives denied  the constitutional ' competency of  Canada to enact the 'British preference  in the" face of the German and Belgian ticaties, but on rJauiiei's representations, when on his visit to England, the home j,oveianient showed  thier appreciation of the policy of the  Liberal , party by 'abrogating, both  these foreign treaties.  a cii:i':.vT STA'ii:s.M.vx..  W'illison adds: "It is doubtful if  we have yet recognised tho full magnitude of tho service/thus performed fur  Canada and the Empire, the bold and  brilliant method of Mr. haulier's  diplomacy, and the f.ir-ieacliiiig significance of the policy of the Canadian  .government. Under the Lauriei government Canad.i has dune more tha'n  any section of the empire toconsoli-  date the interests of' the nation, to  make it a liaiinonious' whole, and a  power which can hold the peace of the  nations of the earth in the hollow of  its blind. The British preference, 'the  iISperi.il penny post, the P.icilic cable,  the contributions in' men and money  to the aid of the Mother Country in  the South 'African war���������for these great  features of national policy the empire  owes a'debt of gratitude to Sir Wiltrid  Liiuiicr'.ind the party .lie lcpresonts."  'As his biographer says: "He was one  of the few" conspicuous figures'of' the  jubilee celebrations, and in .f.icV fiom  the moment that he delivered his first  speech at -Liverpool'ho took rank as  airiniperiabst.itcsT.an."       ,  umtixci thi: im:oi'i-i:.  One of������the grandest achievements  wrought for. Canad.i as a nation has  been the .welding of 'the Fiench and  Biitish sections of the people into ono  harmonious' .whole. Every lover ol  his country, every patriot, must icad  with deep iegret the pages ol Canadian  histoiy which tell "how the'-conservative party lmve striven to' sow  dissension between Ontario and  Quebec, that their 'paity might tln'ue  on the'bitter feuds thuscicatcd..Much  as S'n Ch.ules Tuppci may dcsciv.- the  thanks of the' public for some oi his  seivices theie is .nothing moio-dis  credii.ible in the political histoiy of  the dominion -than the fact that at  last election .he tried to influence  Quebec an 1 the Fiench-Canadians of  Quebec with the asscition that L.iuiie'i  was too Biitish for him, ,and at thi*  same time, when lie visited Ontaiio,  besought to show that the Fioneh-  Can.iclians, ' including     Sir     Wilfrid  Lauriei. weie little better  than a band  , i  of tiaitbis to British interests Quebec  flaunted back at Si*- Charles and the  conservative party their cruel campaign lie but Ont.iuo swallowed the  pill to its discredit. All thiough the  pages of Canadian histoiy toleration,  generosity, loyalty to duty aland out  in clear contrast in the province of  Catholic Quebec, while it is in the  egotistic and Protestant province of  Oniatio that we find a narrow-minded  bigotry that has been tlie curse of this  fair dominion. How significcnt weie  tlie words of Laurier, when, addressing  the first Canadian contingent as it  left Quebec for South Africa, he s.i id-  ������������������Who could have believed a few yens  ago that from this city, which had  been   the  theatre   ol   bitter   conflict  these great principles of nation build- between tbe two proudest races of the  ing adopted by all part-������ or^the empire' vori^ i\]Clr descendants, who today  to weld its -diversifierl conditions in ��������� ilre rl Imppy and united people, would  one harmonious   whole, ' which   *-halI   (r0" forLl, to help  carry the blessings ol  sway its own   destinies   for   good   as  no other movement could.  This movement w ill consolidate the British possessions in one aim and   one  destiny*.  a oki:at I'or.K'V  It was in 18W2 that the liberal party  first propounded to the  common*-  the  idea of the   prcent  preferential   tiinfl'  with Britain, when an amendment was  proposed that" as  Great   Britian   admitted th** product   of   Canada   into  hor ports free  of   duty   the   scale   of  Canadian    dtitifs    uv.icted    on    goods  mainly imported from   Gr'*at    lirilian 1  should be reduce I.    Tlio conservatives I  at i nee raised  the  cry   that    Liberals j  proposed free trade tarirV   for   Canada |  and prior to the elections of'Jfi Laurier  took steps to correct, this     niisappio-  liPiision by writing  G.    Uertiani,   the  leading Toronto   manufacturer,  that  "The intention of   the    Libera)  is not,  and   never   vvas  absolute   free trade    in thi3 country."  The party also declared for a revenue  tariff, based on the fixed charges of the  country, not subject to fluctuations  to please now oneinterest,now another  but such as would establish conditions  of stability and permanency. Of the  new tariff framed by the Liberals on  coming into power Willison says.���������  "ft is not exaggeration to say Hint  no fiscal measure of more far-reaching  significance was ever framed by a  Canadian ministry. Jtgave substantial relief to coiisiimeiK and producers,  ft was a bold step   in Imperial unity."  The Conservatives predicted   the new  their own' institutions to a far dista 't  land? Who cm Id have believed 02  years ago that the scattered nrovineoa  of british Xorth America would have  rc.iclied Mich a pdint of development  today that they would be able and  williiiL'���������and cheerfully willing���������to  cement with their blood the unity of  the empire in it* most distant parts'"'  \ voum: r.r.AtiKH,  At last ������������������lection there appealed on  the platforms where Laurier spoke at  Quebec iiinl Toronto ny tlio approp-  riatecmbl'rn of the party that which  had been the fiiible/n of Lafontaine's  campaign in upper Canad.i in 1811.  "Union, I'i ace, Frienddiip and Prosperity."  When a'tacked by Jioirr,i-ja and  other" over hi- cor.du'.tin under! iking  the despatch of tbe fir-t contingent tu  bill which vv.ll give ,Canad i 'a second  transcontinei.tal lino^ opening up the  wist areas uf the great north land  doubling the opportunity for every  man anil woman in Canada, affording  new fields foi labor and enterprise,  building up peich.uice the gieatest  achievements of human ingenuity  Canada has' .-eon It has been said  the government should have built ir'nd  epctatl'd the road, but when wc consider that only some 50 members weie  picpareil to suppoit such a policy it is  evident Lam iei did the best thing he  could with the suppoit of his p.u ty.  Though tho west would have applauded  apuiely national scheme the east was  notiipefor il. jNevt lo a national  highway - the libeial party has given  the country tiie beat railway contract'  ever devised for the combined ipio-  tection of the lnteiests of, lhe people  and the opening up of the country.  .  ' COXCI.LSIOX.  - i  To sum   up,' the ' liberal   parly  in  Canada has ii'-soiled and niaintainid  the principle ,of federalism, it has  proved the indent and uiillinching  champion - of civiiv and loligious  freedom, it h is maintained,,! patient  and coin,igeoiis re.-islance lo the de-  ���������laticin.ilisiiig'te'iidencies ul racialism,  sec't.ui.inisinrand pr'ov inciali'sm, it has  promoted and ' protected gieat industrial ontei puses, it hay, promoted  social legislation, it has shown sympathetic relationship between labor  iind'caiiitaly The liberal prirty iv.ilive  to the,issues of the day ancUli"o trend  of public' opinion' in social and economic ,iefoim. These ��������� then < are the  reasons vvhy.l am a libei.il -ai-d 1  believe all who have read1 this scries of  articles wilbagreo, that- the iviitei bus  given good reason foi the laith that is  in  him     , ,,   -  .(Tho End)'  [,       '<     '  NEW PATENTS.t  Jlovvl.mil IJntt.im, Patent Alton.oy,  of*Y iiieiuivi ., n'.ioi ts- .Joseph C Hon  neiiu, Vaneiiuvei, leceived ,a Belgian  Patent on improved method of loi'in-  ing.a steieol vpe mall i\\ which shall  have.in extended notice in a subsequent lepoi t  Philip Magnus," Victoria, Austt.ili.v.  received !i> Can.idain Patent on improvements in pneumatic , tires > foi  vehicles * ���������.  WRAPPING   PAPER   AND  PAPER BAGS.  I    t V V  ' Tho ICootetiay Mail has been  " appointed ^agent for^ one ' ol  'the l.ngcst Canadian Paper  Mills - '" '  Wrapping papeis in lolls or  Jl.rt, and Jin per bags of all'  weights and si/es supplied to  oidei  piintcd of iir.pimlcd.  Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.' 'i  i80r,..,ESi7iS3KCSJS3  fr.     'wS^-K-SstC-,* * -j y  ���������JSzKiai?<::TO>!������,yf^-! <���������    'C-"  i  The best and safest way  to ��������� keep ��������� Baby's skiir.  healthy is to use only  '8   OWN  Pure,   Dainty,   Delicate.  ware  of   imitations.  TOILET SO*P CO ,  f.lfrs    MONTREAL.  ,, . , Kootenay Lodge  ;'.'    'y'      '���������, <r'>y N0.15A.F.&A.M.  ;>=''-V    ��������� )      .''' >   *  -  ������������������ -       - '" Theicgulnrmailings  >  y lire held in tlio M.is-  "*"i������i"\ onic   Tomi'lii,   Oilil  ***;   - bellows Hall, on tlio  It. OOllDON  Strcm.TAKY.  SELKIRK TiODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  JVleuN ovi'iy Tuowlny  ' *0'      ^\HiiI1    ut    S    o'clock.  "s**^       Ni Visitnif? bii'tlii-eii coi-  '<lin.lly  invited   to  ut-  tend.  HAI.s, X. U. , J. 3IAT111E, Six.  snycoKiE  KURTZ & CO'S-CIGABS  -'    , ..'The..Best on tlia- Market.  ICUKTZ'S OWN '  KUHTZ'S PIONTICKH  lv IJI {TZ'S y'PAN'l H11 B LOSSO M ���������  'ai'i'.lh'andh thai, can't, be bi'.-iten.  MAPI*! UV UN'ION LAHOU..  ���������  ... '      ' . NOTICE.-  I >t;i!l,ir NO'l'ICi: i^-iirn Mini tlio illK llmiil  1 l.iiinlitit ('uiti|innv LinuU'il h.ivu,nthiplcil  lln* lii'lovv iiii'iitioncl liinliiT nun l.s foi Iii^n lu*-  lon^lliK t<) llu'lil. .uul all uenon-. ni'i- win nvd  .i^ainsl, dcalini; Willi nr kcuinni; in |ii)-si*.'Sinn  any lojji lii'.un KiniV of "inl iiiiuli*.     '  U.itiKl'.ilAiiovvlit.ul, Auk 2S,'l'l(U t  .Tina iiju'isKNii i-ijjijjkh co.*u'i).;  Trri'O., liUia.A'ir-.   l'luiiilunli.  NOTICE.  To Kinnk Ilu ket or any pt'i-.on or in'1-.on-, lo  whom Iioiiiiiv Ii.im- u^itfiiuil his inli'it-l in  . llie "Knipic-s" iiiiiici.iKcl.iini,-.ilii.Uc on tin1  \\c-t-.iilo ol Uiiper Anow Luke, ncl fink at  l*ini,",Loii ticclc, U.ild jroiiiil.ini, m Uppi'i-.  ' Anow Lake JIiiiuiK Division, VV'c->t ICooloiuij  Disliicl. lliili-.li Columbia. ' '  Yon'.no licioby notilli.il lli.il0I, tlio under  "���������lKiicd, have cNiicndi'l! for you I lie sum of ?-'l.)  in I.lI oi .md inipiovenienls upon Hie -,nil Kin-  picss JIlllCKll (11.11111, lllldl'l' llio ruovisioiis of  Uiu MiniM.il Arl, .mil if williin nmcly d.ije-  fiom lhe d.ile of Uns hoLilc joii fail or lefiisc  loeondibule tlieafoies.nd sum, iokuI lior with  nil cohls of .idvei'LisiiiK, youi inteieat m llic(  s.ml inniei.it cliuiii -nn111 bneonie'llie pioprilv nl  (lie ilndolsigned nuclei Section I ol (lie Act en  Illicit "An Act to Amend the Mineral Act,'  11111(1.  Ualed ut If.ilejon ITol Sdiiiik*'    > ..  This 1st day of September, 1JI0.J.    . *'  A. JI. SYMONS.,-  NOTICE  .��������� -)\ ^iv.'ii tl   I   iiildid  to apply lo (lie Chief Cnin-  NOl'ICL ib IiimuI'iv kivcmi that llnilviiavsiifti'i  '   dale   iinssioner ol Ijiuuis and VVmks foi a spi-cial  Ikuiimi Ici'rul :iu<l (..niv aw.iv liiiibei finin the  follow uiudu-d ibud Im. ds, vi<- , ,  Siluiiled ou Summit Cieek, Ki.olon.n llivei,  and bCr.'iuniiiK it a posl uiaikcil' >I I'.if-e's nnilli  weal, coiikji posl S'n 1." alinut find mile south of  llio cieek and (wolvc miles Irom lis mouth, and  11n111111���������- east no diaiii-, (hence, soulli 10 chains,  Iheiicc wesC-IW) ehains, llienee noilh lOcl.uns  to I>������i11it ol comniciicei'ienl.. '  ' '' 'J   I'.VCIK    ,  Nelson, I! <;,Sepl   2lilh, 11 Oi  <?P-  NOTICE.  "VfOTICK is heicby fjiven tli.it Unily (lavs  i_\ allei dalu 1 iiilcud lo apiily lo the Chief  (Joniinissionei of I. inds and VV'oiksloi jici uiis-  sion lo em ami (.any awav tinibei' fiom the  lollowiiiK de-ei'ibed luiids silnate'in the West  ICnolcna} Oislnct  Couiniciii,tn^ al a post nun ked '* II K's X W  coinei post." benif^ phmled nl the noilhwcsl  coi ne l of .John liicnnan's late pie emption in  GalLii.iB.iv, Upper-Auovv Like, thence dial  SOcliauis, theiiLC fcoutli SO cli���������i.is. thence v\e������L  SO eliiinis, llieiicc noi tb in chains to place of  coinniciiLcincul. "  *1I    In IR In.  Dated al Aiiowlieud, II. C   Oct Stli, MI0.I  Dissolution of Partnership^  rjlIIK   l> WiTNKIiSIIII*   hcicloloic   cnisIiii^'  ]     iiiiiIit Iiii' name ol   ���������)   A. Millci .fc Co. luis  till- day been (li-solvid by niiiliinl conwinl.  All in remits lo lie lelt mill (J. M. Field, llev-  cNloke, hi'foi-e ("lid of inonlli  .1. II. CLKJIKNTh.  .1. A. MII.LKU.  Hi lelHloke. II. C. Ocl.-iuil. I!ll������  THIS IS NOT EGOTISM.  Wi'In'lievi' vvi know iiii- linsini'st,,  Our Inisirii"-*" l-< In help vini (lo your  business. We supply iip-lfi-daLi' Inibi-  iic-i- hiimih anil nicl boils,���������iiioiii'y-  s,ivni({ ilcvii'CM nnd how to use t hem.  3  rKM.wi'i.r. loosim.iiai' li;d(ii:ii  fxiliie Leaf  J'lles  arifl   I,"(l(4crs vvilh  party I .... , ,  , , ,- ,    HtuitJi Arri'.i   without  Hit-  coriscni of {  to   f*stabli������h i . , ,    , 1  p-irliarncnt    f.-uiner   fittingly   rcpli'^1 :  with dignity:    "Wlmtcwi   rrrrly be lln j  coiisof|tif;nrcs, vvlierher lo-"< of j������rc.itit;',  loss of popularity or   low  of  power, I t  feol that J am in the right, and J know  that a time will come when every man,' HIiiik������. specially ruled, pimlcd, p.'H'o..  ,,    .,     ,   ..       ...     ,    ,   i  lated   and   [nun Iwd lo -un'. any s-tyle ol  my honorable irienfl  liim-Hl ineliidefl,'  will  rorifler  me   full    jiiitiee   in   tint  respect." '  Dr.   I'lirkii),   C. Af. (I ,   iiritinx   of  Latirier's address, fiom nhii'h the  above h a quotation, pionounci d this  the iioI'IchL sprfoil f'vei dijiveied by n  colonial ininistfr.  Tenders for a License to Cut Timber on  Dominion Lands in the Province  of British Columbia.  riKAI.KI) TLN'DLItb .Hldus-cd lolhe Tim-  |J bei and Mines lli-aneh llepai limut ol the  ln'eiior and in.ukidon llie envclo]ie "'I'en-  ilor foi Tinihi i llcilli No. ."Iiii," will lie leceived  at this IlLpiiilinent, mil il noon on VV'eiluLs(l,..\,  the-ml (lav ol Dceeiulier. Ul'l I. for .1 license lo  cut limber on lieilh S'n S(i>, compi ishiK Sec-  lions 111, II, 1'.', I.I. II, I a, M, 2'taii(l 21, in Town  ship J^, I!iin(:o I: Siclions 7 and IS in Township  2.'. I.'antren,nnd those iKutions ncl coveied bj  'I unb< r lieilhs Nos .(.Hand "I of HLelicins I iind  I.', in 'I'ownshipL'l. li.uiKc I, all West oflhelilh  Jleinh.ui. LiinUiimni;, in . ilea of t wclvu sipiaie  miles, moie oi less.  Tin- K'Kiil.Uunis iniilei which a lucnsc will  be is~ti.il, also pi inlcd Lulu of lender ami envelope, in,iv he obtained al this llepiu lincnL oi  al III.' ulllce ol I Iil Uiowii Tiiubjr AgellUU  New Wi -lininslcr  K.icli lendei uiiisl be aceoiupanicd liy an ac-  ceplid cheque on u elini leied haul, iu favour  ollhe Deput} ol the Minister ol llie luleiior,  for lhe amount, of the bonus winch the applicant is pii'pmcd lo pay for a Inonsc.  No tLiidei by leleKiaph will be euleitiiiued.  I'KIILKV fi. KKYL'S,  beeiclai).  Depaitinenl of Ilu: Inlmor.  (Jtlawa. Oelohcr llllh. I'.Kll.  ���������   *h: b: stonex,'   ���������  MACHINIST  AND  GUNSMITH,'  Opposite Cenlial Hotel, Hovclbtokc.  Lathe and   General Machine Work   1  Piornptly s Executed.   i  '    ',)   SAMSON & PAULSON,,  Painters, Paperhangers, Signwriters  KALSOiMINTNG  DONB.-' \  .'Orders Vec-ivc prompt attention.  Second bticel,-'    -" '   REVELSTOKE  JTRX-  THE ���������QWL\J������������'.  Knst of jVrolsons Hank       -      I'ev elstoke. '  For your iiic.il.s.v   Open day and night.  Mealfe 2,-)c nnd upward.    Special weeklyj  I'.-itct..    Good ser'vicu (jiiaianLeed..-  YODO ELTJir, proprietor.,   -  The Revelstoke .^Business College  will open in the Library building  on   iMiiiidny, Nov. 2, iit'ilr.'JO a. in.    .  IOV ION'ING CLASS I0K .    ',,.'.  1'roin  7:l."i to !):lo p, in. Monday  ��������� ���������   to Kriil.-iy inclusive.  Pr-.iclic.il in^lniclion'vvill   lie  given, in  Book-keeping, Commercial Arithmetic  Pcnmnn'ship,  Correspondence,  Shorthand, Typewriting  , and English, ,t    r]  and'otlier suhjei t.s can lie ���������ii'i.rrrgeil fur  EVENING ..CLASSES "  '       of ' IN' '      ''   ���������'        '  Waller Miinro, of this lily, is' now  oi g.inizing an' evening^ class tor a,  thorough and complete study ol ���������the"  aliovi;, biili.ji'ci. If you vvuiilil lieeome  .���������in 'expert in the" profession ol Slen*  I'igriipliy eiiioll now.  For InrthiT ''par ticul.irs ,apply hy  letter. ���������      ���������     > ' <*      ' '  v.    '- ,    '���������    WALTER BlUNitO.  -*---'        ���������       -Ri-velbVoke;  B.C.,  LBABN TEMGHAPHY  ,      We  have   just   made' arrange-      S  ' incuts to li.ive.i Telegraph De-  ������      pai I niei't .which will, lie nuclei  n the ))ert,on,il MiperyiMon  ol  an  <; experl! who lias had experience ���������"- ',,  in all kinds ol telegiaphing anil  ���������'"-telephoning work, . ., -  iUl will pay  you to wiile for terms.-.  VancoiivBP Business\College/ Ltd.,  -'���������Uoxnl'l. VANCJOUVBU,  Ii. (J. ���������  INCOHPORATCO  TORONTO   SIR J. A. BOYD  1086  K.c m a  President.  DR. EDWARD FISHER, Musical Director  The    Best    Equipment ,:irid    Facilities  ,* and Strongest Faculty in Canada.  A IliuioiiKlily uitislie mill llni-lied  JiaralOAL   KDUCATIDN '  Local C'entei J:\iiininution-. Iieltl  c\erv ^uni-  incr in JVl.initolin,  Nuttlinc-I, Tcrntuiic*- and  Knlibli Coin in bin. ,,  School of   Literature  and   Expression  Mi-  Ine/. N'kIii.I-oii ( iittoi", PiiiiLipnl.  l-'ull l-'no'illy.   All l.i.ineli. s l.uiirlit.  iT'rCALKNDARa    AND '.SYLLAl'il'S   li'liKK  VV lien vmiIiiik jileii^e ineiiLion Tlie Mini.  .I.C. Iliitclii-on h.ih ari.ingeil fo* a  l.uge Mipply of (i.iiilt O'u.il.  Oiilcr-- lei I at W..IM. Law i i-nci-'.s "or  llv AI. Sinylhi''-- will have pimiipi attention.  Iiiiidei,  A   I.'i(0(IKKHHIVK .roi.If.'Y.  Liiui'ior's latest great rjfl'oii, was tire  tari'ill'would prove   u   fatal   blow   to jiiif-isim: ol tlio'Gnuul  TniuJc Puci/ic  NOTICE.  N'OTIOK is hereby given thai Unity  iluys ,ill ei-d.ile I intend to apply  to llie Chiet (Joiiimi.ssioni'r of Lands  and Woi ka I'or a special liceus-i' io cut  and cany away limlici lioni I he I'nl-  liiwing ile.sci ibed lands in th.'Kevel-  .sLoke Itiiliiig ol West. ICootenay:  Oiimnieiicing at a po*l. iilioiil loin  miles from Sinilb Oieek, up lhe (Jamie  llivei- trail, adjoining llie I'il t.slnirg  limit - nn llie ea-l side, ,v\(\ maiked  "li. II. ,l,imi-' N.W. coiner pn-l."  Iheiiie miiiiIi SO ( h.iins, l.lience east ,S0  ihniiis, thence iml 111 SIJ chain-. I hence  wi'.-.| .S(J thiiins to plaie of coiiiiiience-  meiil.  II.  II. .IAMKS.  Dated I his I'.Jih day of Ocloher, li'lVi.  I liave si ;i 11 ed a pei mam ill Wood  Y.ud on 1'lliid slaeel.. Willi my p.ibt  expei ieiiic I hope I'i be in a position  In s-alisly all i .'(|iiii enieiil.s nl i-uslum.  ei.s. -Mill and cm d wood -.tipplicd in  any lengths at reduced prices tin i ash-  It. SAM-SON.  Halcyon Hot Springs  ^fa. n it arium.  N  ���������ii:,\(;vvi:i,i, 'i n.v.ssri:it ni.i..  Kootenay Mail Publishing Co. Limited,  KliVIOLSTOJil   , B. G.  ���������  NOTICE.  JTOTICK is hereby given that Ihiily  diVsalLei dale I intend In apply  lolhe (.Jhief Coiiiini-siouei ol Lands  and Win ks Inr .i special liu-nse Lo cut  aiidcanvawiiylimli.il fiom lire following liesri died lands in the lievelsloke Hiding ol We-I   JCootena*, :  (Joiiiineiieiiig at a posl foul* miles  Iioiii S11111!i deck up the (Jiinoe Hiver  t ��������� ri il, and adjoining the Pi tl-lung |liin-  ils on llie ea-t side, maiked "T. Keii-  iiedy'- S.W. ( or ner posl,'- llieuie noi L1 ���������  W) chains, l lieuie ea-l SO chain-. I hence  south 811 chains, thence west SO chain.'  to place of coiiuneiiceiiieiit.  :  T. KEXNKDV..  JDdU-il.tliis IDtli tliiv-of OctohW',',jy03,  rnllli MMDIOAL WATKIlS of llnl-  .L I'J'on .11 e 111-' uiiisl cill'alivi; ill lhe  win Iil. A perlecl, n.iluial lemedy lor  all Nei vims and iWn-riihir diseasi-j,  Liver', Kidney and Slomacli nilmenls  and , iMelallic I'ui-imiiig. A sure cure  for "Thai. Tncd Feeling." Special  niLe-i on nil bonis and trains. Two  mails al rive and depait, everv day.  'i'elegiapb ciiniiuiinic.il ion vvilh nil  parts ot  the    vvoild.    All    expel ienced  Ill.l.-S.lllgl'l .  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrotu LaRc. H. C.  Revelstoke Grows Fast  We gimv In-I.'i, having added  In our U.ikei y and ( 'hi11.'(.tieni ry  htisiiiCMs lull lines of  Groceries and Camp Supplies  Agent- fin-   lhe   (J.'l.'l'lMlcd  .MONSOON  THAN.  .A.-SMITH &-C.0.  Victoi'ia ltoau, Kevelstoke, /f  \r-yy*  THE KOOTENAY'MAIL  lo/irfr^Gmmc.  Revelstoke experienced a  cold snap'  ' this week-tlrc tliermonicter going from  three to six degrees below zero. "  li. Caley, of tiro City Hotel, says  travellers' inform him 'Revelstoke-is  the soundest and best commercial  'town in British Columbia today.  The contract for electing a verandah  and poich nt St. Peters - church has  been let to ,]). McCarthy. 'The work  is being provided for liy the Talent  Society. y    ' ,   ' ,  The dredge' Nakusp will resume  ''work at tlie'Narrovva within'the next  week or; two and-will afterwards go  to ' Beaton.. It will be put oil .to  (hedge out the main , channel of the  river below the railway bridge in  spring. , '    ,       ', .  R. Cnley bays he has been impressed  vvith'tlic large number ranchers from  the Northwest vvho arc corning into  the lumbering camps in this 'section  thib bci.son to make a few dollars to  assist tlicrn in improving their farms  during the coming spring.     . "  The government ���������have 'ictrcnchcd  George Boyd, who has been acting-as  constable at Arrowhead,"and W. fincll,  who has bcciyolliccr at Feiguson and  Trout Lake for'the past three years.  The police duty of the whole Revelstoke tiding now devolves on. Constable  Upper.,,  e    ���������;     -'  i  HAROLD NELSON:  Two Niqht  Season   Here���������A Re-  ,      ,     turn Engagement.'  , The Harold Nelson company appeared at the "opera house this week  for two nights. On Monday the  company appeared in "Quo Vadis,"  and the'performance was a splendid  success. There was a large audience  On Tuesday "The Merchant of  Venice" was substituted for "Hamlet," the play first billed for that  night.    >  Mr. Nelson is an actor of whom  Canada.may well be proud, and he  was well supported'in both pieces.  He is doing much to' elevate.the  Canadian stage. * The -.company  propose giving us another two  nights on Iheir return from Kamloops next week, Friday and Saturday, when ''Richelieu" and "The  Taming of the Shrew" will he presented.'- The company is unable to  take in the coast this trip.  Social and Personal  -     *r    ���������        *���������V'  J. W. Kellie has gone to Victoria.  C. J. Wilkes came   rn   fiom Nakusp  i    i  foi Sunday.  Mis. Spurhng will accompany Mi's.  Lo Maistre on her visit to England.  Mis. Theo. Ludg.ite came in fiom  " Ai I'owhead this week and spent a few  days in the citv. 1*   -'       -  W. Lynas icceivcd intimation Wednesday,ol the death  of  his  mother at  Vancouver and left for there.-   ' >  , ...  , Loul Kitchcr.er 'sustained a compound * fiacture   of   a   leg   by  being  ,thiovvnjfrom his horse in India.  j        <\ i  3. D. SibbalJ returned irom the east  Tuesday, and  is,suffering  from a bad  i     ��������� ' " i   Hi  ,cold contracted on the way home.*   ������  C. McCieady, C. 1'. R. timber'inspector, left for tl.e coast Monday in  conipar.v with the head of his d'epart-  merit. .. v ���������  il). T. Forbes, formerly accountant  of Molsons Bank, moved/, his family to  Salmon Arm on Monday, and vvill go  in for fi nit-grow ing there? - ' -  his old  ' been  home for six*years. 'His many friends  here will wish hirii an enjoyable trip.  Col. S W1. Smythc, father of R. M.,  W. A. and II. E. It. Smythe. is playing  an important role in civic honors in  England. London p.ipeis report bis  re-election by ,i big majority for Alde-  biirgli of which ho h.ib been mayor,  filling the position with credit to himself and to the city.  Tuesday overling at tho residence of  B It Campbell, the ' marriage was  celebrated of J. W. MaKay, foimerly  of Brandon but now of -Vancouver, to  Miss Ethel Marshall of Brandon. Rev.  C. Ladner perforuied the ceremony.  The bride and bridegroom left for Vancouver on the delayed Xo. 1. -  THE CITY HOTEL  BIG BEND MAIL  , i  Government Asked for Better - Service Up Country.       <  Mr. Lindmark having drawn the  attention of F. li. Lewis, secielary  of the Liberal Association, to the  fact that there is no mail to Lhe Big  Bend tins' month, the association  have taken steps to* uige the government,'to remedy such a serious  defect' in the .'mail service. It is  also pointed out that, owing lo the  unusually large number of men in  the Revelstoke Lumber Go's camp,  and at Mr. Bradley's camp at  French creek, the mail seivice to  the'Bend should be continued more  frequently than during recent winters.  Chamfcerlain's  *}/>-*?  iei  Chsn^rlain's Cough Remedy,  Tor Coughs, Col.li, Croup and Whooping Cough    Price 25 ccntsf large si/e 50c.  Chamber-Iain's   Cc!:c, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Rerr.'edy.  For Llowei Coinpl.i.i".-,-    Pin.e 35 cents.  *Ald. FootCsinteuds -visiting  home in the east.    He  has   not"  Additions* and Improvements  Are  r       r *  About Comphted. '.'  The alterations and additions being effected to the City,Hotel are  making a great improvement in this  convenient and popular hostlry.  The third stoiy placed on the rear  portion of the building lias provided  accommodation for, 14 more bedrooms, and these are well built and  t -  finished    in     lathe    and    piaster  throughout. The wood work is un-  iisually^well done cindienects great  credit on"D. McPherson, who has  had charge of, the work. The new  bedrooms are^ neatly'and comfortably-furnished, and an extra furnace has been, put in for heating  fthe new portion of the building,  which is also well. lighted. 'The  City Hotel now offers accommodation of SO'beds,, with diningroom  26x30 feet, parlors, wash room and  lavatories, bar and sittingroom.  The room now used as baggageroom  is being converted into a commodious ofiice overlooking the dining  room'and'a new baggage room is  being provided apart'from the main  building. .' 1  BRITISH RAILWAYS  The C. P. R. Building New Offices  ,   in London.      '  '  Jtt 11 conversation with J. I;. Clra-  liiun the other day he expressed his  admiration for the splendid service  aflordod.Hie public by the English  railways and .the low fieight and  passenger rates. These, railways  are remarkable 'foi their excellent  equipment, punctuality and abundance of power and rolling stock.''  MrvGiuham says the C. P.R.are  building magnificent offices in Cock-  spur street, Salisbury square, London, and since they have acquired  the Atlantic sleamshio service they  are ' employing, an immense staff  and.'doing such a big business the'  whole of the new building will be  icqiiircd for the   comp������yy's offices.  *   1   I -^-n  Chamberlain's 1  An am:-,eplic iiy:.ii_-it opeuallv valuable for Cuts, Hnnsfci,, bpraiiisd'id Rlicuiiia-  trsm     fi ice 2', cent.-,; !-i:0-e si/e 50 cents.  Chamberlain's Stcmach and  LiverTalileis.  I'or   Disniiltii  ul  the Slomacli, I.ivcr  pud ltowcK     I "nee 25 luik ,  Every one of these prep3sr.f:oiia  is guaranteed and iJ 1 ot Jtilly satisfactory to (he r-^rci'-iJur ik?  mono:' '"ill ha rp>t:r.f,**(   1  S. S.   "Archer" or S. S.   "Lardeau.'    li  '  Illuming bctv\cen Arrowhead, - Thoiimoii f  Landing nnd G'oiiiii)ili\-. coniineiiciiiR Oct. Htli,  10O1. will sail ius fulluwa (woalhcr pcnnittiiiK):  Leave Arrow lienil for Thoriison's Ijandirift  anil ('oiniiiJllxluicti dully nl tOk.'nnd I5k.'  I.i'iv-p Com-iph\ nnd Tliom-on'R Landing for  Aiiuwiiuiul I vvitc daily nl 7.1 jk. and 12.1,3k.  yinking tlii-c tonncclioiih  with  all C. I'. It.  tiains and bonl.'.. - '  The ou iiL'is rchoi vo tlio Tight to cliiin 0 tiniof  nf WLilintm vMlliout notice     ,  TIIK l-'ISKIl ROBINSON L.UMBEIICO. LTD.  '    V. KOIIINSON,  ' - MatnxKi'iK niroctor.  ���������tife-.is short. .-o ,-/���������  '       *J;   -       - OSTERMOOR^r.'^'  One third of your life is  spent PATENT������HELASTIC   FFLT  MATtT?ESS    fr  %  Tho Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  < TIME TABLE  (Dining aeiison of high\writer.)  #*  BOILERS  .     'ANTD ,       c'  ENGINES: ,  Saw'Mill Machinery ^  ,  Wood Working Machinery  Machinery for all purposes  1 All of very best makes.  *TL NEILSOM & CO.;  602 Main St., Winnipeg-,  Leave Eight Mile Landing each  TUESDAY  AND FRIDAY nt 0 11. in  Li'iive Lit Porte each  TUESDAY AND'FRIDAY .it a p, 111  .SPECIAL TRIPS will lie miule he-  tvvi'iMi dates of legnl.ir .sailing \vhen-(  ever- liusini't-a olt'ered win rants, txiiiie.1 (  The Coinpany reserve the light to  change timu nnd days of sailing without notice.  A." FORELAND.     C. D: BACIIER.''  ,    Mniti'i*.* .   '.  Pnrt-er.  OOEAN STEAMSHIPS.  Royal MaU Linos. '<'   "'  '   -  Cheapest Route to tho Old'Country.'  ALLAN LINK-Vrom Montreal.   '     '*  Ionian  Tiini'-inii  l*.lllNl>lll,  Nov. 7  ...Nov. II  Nov. 21  in bed, supposedly in perfect repose, sweet, hciikhy,' benefici:rl  restful sleep���������a balmy relaxation  from every care. -  Do'.you.spend it so?  If not write to  WEILER BROS.,  victoria, b;c,  for an' Ostermoor. All sizes in  stock. Price for the full size,  $ 15,0b net cash.  \ ������15.OO  -$1S.OO  First Coat is. Last Cost ud Oolr Cost!  ,    "   '    ' ''-',;>;  E: B. EDDY'S  ; A'. -  "ICING  EDWARD".-10(JO,.  "HEADLIGHT," .VXK  ������������������Eagle." ioo< mill axi-/  "VICTORIA,"' -   ,  -������������������LITTLE COMET."  FOR   SALE   EVERYWHERE.  y  \.  v ii  NAKUSP.  on  THE MINES.  A lich strike of nickel has been,  found on the new Ontario government  railway.  A new gold strike is> reported from  linllron cieek, White Horse, from  which Capt. living brought to Vancouver 42 ounces cense gold.  ,-There ivn& a little exeitemu it re-  poited fiom the Rig Rend last week  owing to .1 icporte 1 (innrU discovery,  and fccvciul went out to  stake claims.  An nppeul h.is been nindo to the bii-  prcme couit to lelcnse Tijnghe, the  1111111 sentenced to si> months for claim  jumping on the Lucky Jnck nt Pop'nr.  T.ic ense wns. to be lien id nt Vancouver  t idny.  News, received by Angus McKny  from the copper country Ktntes the  No. ilivveut. Development syndicate in  being successfully reorgani/cd and operations will Le iisiiined orr IheCinrr-  bornc group.  -J. \. Dirrngh has, niudo an ini-  porunit mining deal v\heiehy lhe Del  Jtay iinii other claims on Alohavvk  cieek me taken over by American  capitalist* who intend doing a lot of  development work. Ml. Aver ill, who  lueeiilly visilcd the ilistnet, ii< pini-  ciii.ill.v   inteie^ed      .Mr.  Daiiagh   h.ia  II Uu bonileil aiiiithei Mohawk cieek  giuiip. Miiii'inl propeilieriof .Mol.avvk  eiuek me aiiiiiiignl tin*  I pn'inNing  III lii i 11-.l1 Ci'ltiinbln  Better than a plaster.  Allien1 "I    Miillli"!    (hiinpelicil    Willi  (lliniiilii'ilaiii'-. l-'ain K11I111     1    lionnd  In lhe jifl.'i'li'd 1 ui 1 Is I- mi pei 11 rln liny  phi-lei. When irnnlili-cl viilh lame  li.iek, or. piiiim iii'lhe' .-ill"' oi' clieift,  ' fjivf.ft.'ii trial and you are eeilain lo  he .mip're lliaii pleased vvilh piinnpl. ie-  lii'l' vvhii-li iiViillYiidH. Foi' sale liy all  'drtiKB^l*'. '  LUMBERING.  <���������     -        u   *  1.   ....;  .<-  A   Big   Logging   Contract���������Trout  Lake Going in for Big Things  in Lumbering.  ,E.. L. YKininan returned from  Trout Lake'Wednesday, omrying in  his pocket the deeds of what is pio-  bably the bigge������t logging contract  let in the west. It, calls for .1 hundred million feet of logs lo bo delivered not less than ton million  feet a year, and has been let by J.  B. Henderson, manager for the  Canadian Timber and Sawmills  Company limited, Trout Lake, to  Mr. Kinman, vvho intends putting  in an up-to-date steam logging  plant, and will start operations on  tlie lake shore right alongside Ti out  Lake City on the timber located by  him last season and afterwards sold  to the Canadian Timber r.nd yaw-  mills limited.  This entci'piisc vvill employ a  large amount of laboi and the logging contract just let vvill inn into  half a million dollars. It is a great  thing for Trout Lake.  1/  1   From our ovwi Correspondent  Steamer   Minto   was" launched  Monday last/ .-;    ,  The Quadiillo Club  hold  their (list  dance on Friday evening.  'F. W. J01d.u1 ,<md family leturned  from the l.mcli at Edgvvood on,Mori-  day. ,  "S. Walker  has   leturned   from   the  east.-vvheic ,lie  has been for six weeks  on a vacation.  .-���������We me to have only three passensjeT  1  \i  Standard remedy for Gleet,  Gonorrhoea and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS.    Cures Kid-  . ney and Bladder Troubles."  ftlDY  <  ��������� KMBOIIM  a m m a a ��������� a m a m m 1 KI  rJfEEHIKG >_lT/  IflSgS  n5.-_._-,-. JU" ��������� ._"'��������� laolOI  ���������,T r .--.������������������ Moot.JaoaauDn'   uAoauaDaannun.  JDBBDttnBUaHunBadsnaaaBaaaHaMOMBtnl  ���������olgS'     -  L������;ggf    tesENC*  gS.������������l 2SL5,  K^9J*ntomr9'3virBrnnBlci-iTia\r?K nnnnaBeaninl  j-jHBiaunri!:aizca9j} = -iu]D=SL:DiiBuaB������qiBlli  gl < IM  Bg' i;= / h !'3 33l'i Y:=r !������J  JSh TI-2 I-.C-" in .In- p-.Ddc.-l of lhi> SdJ  ���������n! wo-ld w.i'i lbs r,'Crcc:l ecnorisl :-aff . tX  ���������ji;     cf i-iy fc '-icslrJb'icatioi. odJ  ���������������������������3!        Sum- ip'ic-i $3 00 a yenr (nc'udlns    ������������D  U  *5   Ci-'-cian Mc/ican pd:Im--<; ) Jul  Tho    Joijpnal   a-d   Pacitic   Coast    :3.  Miher tocoihpr $6 00. , <        ,   So!  Sa-irb  cop'cs, f'-cc    Cend for Book cb^  Catalor'-s ' .    ,. Dni  1 HE EHCINEEKINOara ft \- N^JOURKAt.       floj  2b 1 Broaa*-ay, t.Vv/ Yort       '        *i\  caBBMi-'"iDaRKBRniiDejaL  '.������ ��������� aaaB% m u aa c a m as, re u aa n b..  .     DOMINION' LIN'K-l'rom Monlro.il.  y  Soii'livMVik      . .    '.- '      .Nov."  OAS. PAC. ATLANTIC S. S.���������I'Vom Slontrcnl  Lnku iMiuutolin       '.       .     Nov. 12  Mount, Temple . ���������      Nov. 2U  AMKIHOAN LINK-lYom Now York,  fel   Loin-. .   ' .'.''..   Nov. II  New Y01 k ...... Nov. 18  lJlnl,i(Iolplii.i        . .   Nov. 2,-j  wnil'K STAH LINK���������I'lofn New York.  M.i|cs.tic  . ....  Nov. 11  Coluc . * .. .. -...        .Nov. 13  Oeennic .      .'    '  "  ��������� Nov'18  Oj nine ' '. ', ������������������        ������ Nov.it)  Toiilome        .' ��������� .    ,A i_      Nov.rU  CUNAUI) LINK���������fiom New York. -  Ktiuii.i '<   ' '      1   ' u     ...Nov. 7  I'nninania ' ���������    Nov. II  Uinbri.1.      . ,     . V. Nov. 21  Luciuiiii .        Nov. 28  Passenperb lieketeil lliroiiK'i to nil parts o  Gieat Butain nnd Ireland, mid nt upccinlly- Ion  rates to nil parts of the Euiopean continent.  Apply to noaiest railway or Ptennisliip agent or  to,      , -     .-'._,   y 1 ,  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent.  Revelstoke.  W.'p. F. CUMMINOS. Pacino Agent.  Are the best that .can' be' bought. -;  Don't experiment' with'other and ,inferior brands.;  -       TXSIEy.IEnDID^S     ,; "  '"-  1;  <y  y *'U'i  Newly   built  REVELSTOKEy^D;  ABRAHAMSONIBROS.,, PROPBIETOB& -  ' .   ^   > UV&S.  First-class in'every respect.1-,."'All modern,conyenienceB.^  '      ",    L'arge Sample, Rooms, y^'. "_-    j v    ''*'/'. V'"  Rates SJ.Spper" Dayf     ,'   '   ' Special Weekly Rates.*" '  J-~k i*-  %\  ty^vy--;.  LUMBERING.  Connrplix is looking up. Anotliei  big biivvnfill is piojectcd nt liig Creek  nc.ir tint town.  I The Kevelstoke Lumber Company's  mill at tlie Hig Eilily has now closed  for winter, Imviiig put tluougli n big  senson's cut.  .V stmt is being iniiile on construction nt Trout J.nkc of the 00,000  ft. band siivvinill in vv bicli \V. Cowiin  unci otlicia are rntcicsled.  The 1 cvv mill of tbe Cannilian  Timber .mil Saw mills Company  Limited at Tiout Luke City vv ill have  II capacity of 60,000 feet ol luiubei .1  tiny ,  A inn tInvest linn is proposing to  cM.ililirh .inolbei huge lumber mill 111  tbe vicinity of Kevelstoke, nnd tbe  promoter vvill visit [ievelstnke next  vwrk In see vvli.it in langcmcnts can be  innili'  tiains beic a week novv,ritbe time  cb.mging last Sunday.  The Yale-Columbia. Lumber Co. has  received .1 new boiler for its mill heie,  also the boiler for their small tug. -  We,have enough snow now' to make  coasting good, so the young folks of  the town me making good lite of it.  Win D.ividion, mcmbci for tins  1 aling, spent part Tuesday anil Wednesday heie on his way to Victoria.  The sad news of the'de.ith oi Joseph  (Joupell, vv ho was once .1 lesidentof  this town, was received on Monday  morning Ilis death vvas cursed from  injury received from fall fion a trusslc  at tin* Moniesey mines  , RAIL AND_ STEAMER,  Con ti .ic tor Stcvv.nt, vvho bus in  hand tlio C I' K deviation nt Clan-  vvrlli.im, has work progressing at each  end of the thiee tunnel-, included 111  bis conh.ict  On Sntuiday a height engine in  chaige of Engineer Toinlinson left the  Hack at lieu Cieek. The cause vvas  an impelfeetl.v clo-ed switch which  had become blocked bv snow.  THE CITY EXPRESS  *'   E/W. B.. Paget, Prop.'-  Prompt delivery of, pa reels,'baggage,  etc , to .iny p.nt of the City.'  Any Kind of Transferring  - Undertaken.    .  o a  All iiider*. left at Jt. M Smythe's"  Tubncci- Stoie, or by Telephone*, No. 7  vvill iccei*.? prompt attention <^  HENRY'S NURSERIES  :������X1!) Wi������5tiuinMi-i   ltnail.  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, |Roses,  Holland, French  and 'Japan  Jas: i. Woodrow*  ;     BUTCHER.  i. ���������  ,    -, *  <   ��������� , t-   >   '  Retail Dealer lnv- ..TTrffffiWjr*-" 1  '   '':  "'  -BBBP,.:rPOKK,  , :      ( '"'MUTTON, Etc.  Fish "and "Game in Seasons -  All ordorh promptly filled.     ���������    u  ij ' t  nHX/CI OTf\l/C     D   TO      Corner   I>niiirlas  ntVtLolUPlt,   D. iUi,   ftndK1ng.-1.ucfc..  HEB15TEHTB  FOll FAI^r/ PLANTING.  '. he Printer's Bill.  The follow ing   lines   were composed  ut the Cape hy a pi 111 lei '& devil:  "J'II pay before I go to bed  The bill I'ovvc the pi inter."  Yes, theie aie *>omc vvc know fu  Who ncvei such a tale could tell;  But they, I 1V.11, will go to���������well  The place when1 theie's no winti'i  well;  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  A I.WAYS IN STOUIC L  CUT FLOWERS  1 I..i- ISalk Wi'ililni's  and  Fiini'i al-.  Bee Hives' and Supplies,  FERTILIZERS.  Cat,1 li.^ii.' fl 1 i'.  M. J. HENRY,  V.VNCOUVISU,   IJ.   C.  Union Overalls,  ������������ Shirts, etc  Queen's) Hotei,fTrbut .Lake.'Wder, same\;management'.; <~y.,y 'jV/  ,,**,< -t  ' ������ /'"  .*        . ** ' ' "<'   - \_y__., ������   z , ity.    -(._,     1^"  tt  ���������   1   1  1   1  1   1  1 '-i"i"t'"t't *tJ't t t't'-v t* ^"t^ti'-fr'iiiiflbirfri  ' " *'      ". *'-''*T:?  COMAPLIX  ^fa&ri&n&nfa&ri&ri&n&n&n&n&^^&ifa&fa'&h'  fttfl -  *������������  fit?  The Best House in'Town.<   -    Well'"Furnished  ������G6od<Tuble:,.  ' Best Brdnds'vf WINES, SPIR/TSiandClGARS/ttpt in/Stock/^  POULTRY.  Ch..in-.   I'iih-llii'il    I'nulii y - SihkIi'  Cli.iii ',   IIimwii   1.1'utnii 11-.    15���������������!. 1 u--1 ���������  ni  lurk ol 1. .inn I'm  wmli'i i|iim li'i -, I will  si'il ill. v - I'V lnw prifi'.s ;i   1111111I1.-1- ul my  pull.i>. Ii"ii> nnd ci.cki'ii'N.    Km- |>iii'i'.H  i-ii'., iiilili-i'.-.-  ������������������������������������:,    A..K. A. ���������J,0 WHS.  , Vim iiini, B. C  A Timely Suggestion.  Thi- i- th" -i'iimmi nt tin* yi'iii-vv lii'ii  I In- p-1 di'i 11 ai.d 1 ar .'till huii-i'vvifi' i-i-p-  Ifin-lii-*- her -upply i>t Uh.iinhi'i luin'-  CiiiikIi KiMiii-dy. It i- le-rliiin lo lie  ni'i'ili'd lii-fm 1' lhe vv inter Nmer. 11 nil  1 ("-11II-1 ui i' 1 uircli nidic pi 11111 |it 111 id s.i 1-  i-failoi y vv lien il is k.'pt nt hand and  -^ii en n< -mi in ns 1 hi- (old is (mil 1 a( t eii  .111(1 liefnli' il has lififiuie sellli-rl ill thi'  -vMimii. In .ilmnsi i-vi'i v iiis|,ui(i'  :i scvci h ( ultl 111,1 vile vv.inli'd nil liy Irik-  iii|i tin- 1 eiiii-dy fii'fly .i������ soon ,1- I lie  flt-I indication ot 111" (old appeal-.  There i- nn ilan^ei in giv inj; il to tlrild-  1 en loi il einil.iiti- no li.n iiifiil.suh-laiK e.  It, is pl.'.i-.iiit in i.iki���������I101I1 arlult-  and rhildi.'ii like ir. ]3uy it anil von  jret lhe In-!. Il .ihvnys" ciii.-s. Foi  -;il" liy all i.rii'.*:gi-l-.  IIUI  PRINTING.  KOOTK.VAY     MAIL  .ion  r\.  1      I'l-iiniinr Depiilm-nL is  1 (pupped  ullll   I hi-   l,i 11-I   .md    I" s|     llilll'llinel v.  .uul .1 I ul.'" ��������� ��������� ���������-<������11himii ol |;i-liiii;i,ilil--  iv|ii'Ihi- \\'.- -.-In 11 oulei- tor all  kn.il- ol ininiiiifi���������im joli li.-iiiLT too  I 11 l;.- hi..I 11..11.     I"  -in..II.     C J.I Ifllll -ll-  1 I'll I IOII    1-   "M Wll   'ill       \������ ������>rk.    ,. I..I   7..I 11-I.if -  I1..11 yii.ir.uii.'. il. A n-i.-il oi(l"i "ill  i-iiii\ in.-" vi.11 ili.-il.il pay- li> Inive yunr,  pi inlii'C il'.n-' 1.1 lie- KooleiKiy yMnil  olllre, lvi-vel>|i'kv.  f  EE  Win-.  Cliuny's  stock  newly imported stock of Chinese  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke of  and     ornamental  'useful  articles.  T< 11 -.ui \ iu s  I'lllll-s  lll-l.l'l-  (.uiu eii.ids  Il.iiulkeicliicN  GOLD FISU  Kinu-l-lock oT uni'lics nml Ci-uil in town  Front Street, Revelstoke  I'-lowci   I'llll  1,'lll'llL'll.l hllll.lK  I,unci] lli^kuts  fSllltlklll^ Jill I.LlS  Silk tioiuls.  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bough u  Gash Prices Paid  F.    B. -WELLS,  ��������� , j!s ���������  Exporter of Furs.  . Wli  ainit-,  Oi ci .UK,  IJuiiiin I'.lllls,  '1 WCCll I'.lllls.  1 otloiiddc I'nuls,  .Iimipois,  Hloi.so-,  Kngincci- .I.ickcl-  VViulcis'JiukLli-,  1311! cis' J.ulccl-,  Gingluim Jackets,  Ml-sion t'liiiincl Un  (lcrvvcir,  iM AN UFA CI UBE  Cook-'    Apions   and  Cups,  f.ii neuter-' Aprons,  Winter!-'Apron",  l'uinters' nnd 'Pluster-  cts'Ov ciall-,  Mackinaw Coat.-.,  Mackinaw runt-,      ,  Taipiiiilins,  Dunnage Hugs,  Uoi-cc I l.inkcts,  Tents,  Ktc , cle., etc. ;  Kst.ililishcil IS������.!.   Ineoipoiated 100-'.  TURNER, BEET0N&, CO.  LiiiirKi),  WHOLESALE MERCHANTS,  Wiuilioii-UM, AVImi-r Street.  Knotoiy, I liii-Uon Stieel,  VICTORIA, J3. O.  . TT," i.-,i   -I).. .r, u ., v ���������!(.. I-.-is * 1,-   ,       ,-*���������������'        J     -���������** -' -,   ���������-  ^-., ably furnished, with th'e choicest the markety-;'"'"_���������< '  '   affords.     'BestWVines,  Liquorst & Cigars. .   " A  '  ,-'Rates $ 1,a day. ''Monthly rate.      . '  j".     ^LBEK,T*    "STOITE,    , jPJaOIfc'  .   JustiReiriodeljyd^andyRefurnished ivitlh/all Modern Conveniences.\  xft ooms in ^Suites with 'Baths and' Toilet's attached, flowing. Hot  and Cold. Water, Inside Toilets ou each   door; Gas Lighted, and  Sleain Healed Throughout"." c ���������/���������'  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       -       GOLDEN, B. C.\  COMAPLIX  OHTEP.TOUNG,      -       -      -     Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Travellers  to   Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this Hotel.  * -  Trademarks  and Copyrights  obtained In all couiit.rioB.  DATENTS  " oliluincd In all cc  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  3'uJiiiniuLl AUoiiicy and Knglnccr.  Ituuin .1, l-'aii field Hlock, GuiiimIIc ht.. near P.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  ^U  Th.'  lii'sf. Dollar 11 U.iy  in lhe lovvn.  DAVE OrtH.  Pii.|iii.l.-i  IIiiiivi- Bi-l  Iji-anils nf Wini's.'-.Spirit.s  nnd CiK'H".  Wholesale and Retail ��������� ,  ." .   .   Meat Merchants.  A  iiiiituiid  vmII scenic nn evening appoint  ���������������������������������������������������������������   5 tlio day  iiienl fui t tirj'-i' ������jioiiiiinut en I) mrrini; t  FIREWOOD  Ilcivinc" taken over the lire-  v\ood supply of the Harbor  Lumber C'n.'s mill. orders left  it liuj null, at \V. i\l. Lawrence  u" bv rin.yin;^ up phone No. S  a ill have j-i-ompi'nueiition.  !W. FLEMING.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  <^sfvi^-Oa.l2rory, Alberta  Neatly and  Expeditiously  Executed at  The Kootenay  Mail Office.  NOTICE.  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i ro u i Vi Ytjs y f vj ] > >^ f n k m i yYV? p> - yvyyyyy :vA-i^Yy^'f-
piyat iitIicV^PfYICbb-i'K^AYYAlAiy.!:y: yy
|lp1 lo r i n^S|flu r||I^
!i!MS^^u rrtlispte i ii' gsf {(fry ilTcfftpM^t^^
JriiliiiiViiioiici- brYliiiiidrtiilililVW.Orks%i| S|!DUUli
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11iff;i if? pr y'^ U ai i��sy i: i v Pr-'' >>' vi > 11''y^si j 11 ��� ] p^'j V�� vp
JcliiiiiW.'lliiiiiciijioi-lli ������i(l.',eliali.i.!i.;i.i'fieiici^VusL;liiI).
.iiiiiil; of llio Aduiiis.Kivei-.:iilioiit.::foi:iiiile:i iibov;^
;iiosl;^ l,licnPo>iiorLiri lOxclitiinH.ylhpncu east. (.(;
;cliaiifi;^liiMicc soulli I" cliiiiiis,tUipiicp:;vyi^t,;;lli(l.
Ji:liiiins lo.poiiit.(jf-ic()iriiiiciiceiiient::vr';'V.';^^,.S'.%!;
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CoiiimiKaidnui'bl': ISiiiiilrtiuidjVV'oi-kH foi-.n speuiiilp
licoiise Ibdiit iiiiilicai-ryjivviiy.liiiihi.'i'-yfroin 'llio..
f6llovvi'iiu:(lus'(!i-Uic(t-'liiii(l<i oii'llic'fAiliiiiis Itivcr,i
wcaiMiankinr Ailfiins riv-c'i-Pt, l.licr foot'.of .'I'iiiii:-;
'-soiii.li'vveifV.-coi'iiur'.posK" tlieiio'Q;riiui,l.h.:Sn,olia!iisi'iv
*A(liimS rivciviinilaiiiivrl(c-d,y'.ICiiLliPrinc^N'i>lati s.,
���'(jiist Sd'cliiiiii's i'6'.|iliiceV(if coiiiiiioiicenioiit;:y-';:;;/pi
i!U);ac(l:llicn llli:daj'*br Sept.oiiiliei:.::l!l(��:S:SRlHa��
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-fr'oiiV-'J Uiiii-'I'iiniSlakcyi.li'ciieOHAVOi.l'iSliWiclialiis;;
't 11 Pii c cy*7p vi^L I y I 1)���'p 11 ivh i siyLpj; 111: i^;i 6 C &c< myn u_'i uyj ^
i'-ullilicus ���|iorlliw.;.-;y.cia-iic-i-.".:;plaiiled:ioii.-.i:io,i
Ihiiiicoisbiilli: I0.(':liiiiiis,''.l.liuiic6;ivi,f!i Ki.rsniiiiis,
YLhoiiuuNiorlh'-lil uliniiisytof lilitcuyorycuniiiiPiicc-
i ii i (3 n Li!y*ti y s. yyy F'yyyyy^y s -y-'yyyy ;v;;
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s-'WOTICK-ls lieruliy-KiV-oiiitliiii Uiii'tyidiiysafloi-yy
i'.i':;diil,i);I:iiil;ond!tb iiiiply.l.ol.lieCliicf (JoiiiiiiiHiYSy
5sibiioi',of..Ijiiii(ls:iiiiiiyvV'.bi'!cs f(ii'.asi)oeial;liceiii<c";y.:.
'" 'iK'.irtis&rlbe'd-liiiidRi'-vte'fS^^
Na*l?g(.!biiiTiibiiciifK:at���'.�� iioskiiliinlcd-.oirlliiJo'sy
Jiiiiliiiyiiljovu;VSiivpi-isi!tyi-api(ls*iiiid?iiiiirl;wl -:"ll.7?^
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lolf�� f iiiSXl Iioii(i6^.w'cjsf: I lill'jtstiiii tits:tr>;i >'rf I ii Uv.br.t:;��:di.i I'Trl-iVii*
.tlieiiee soiil.li liO(:liiiinH^l.lioiiecP'a.sl:Sll.cHiiliKs'::uj.y;yy
fsiji|ier i��f>IJutVrla--h-iitri\\"tirlr!4'��fiii^it';��iiuu'lJil::lI��^iiMU-'-^5i^-ta
;l.n utiMiuid oni'i-yrinviiy l,iiiilioi';tfrbiiiyiiusfoilovv-jyyi
*iyNa':l;^;-iyo||pii(!iiuHi yiil.u i'posl"ptii nl ort :aboiit.y!i;iyj
.;t,\ve|i'b.oliiijiiaeii.s|. l'r,iiiii,yiioiid;ii|'Hiii'iii'is'o;r'aiiidyyy.;i (
ivvdsiyportiiii- po.sL,3M.liun.fi<>'.t-a>*trLll Plisiiii'si't.lipiiooyg-ftg!I
y.;M6ndayyy::*y'y;'iy'Yyy'.yy.,-yy; yyyyiy. y yy
yY'YfDi-yYljazieGy;;pFYYCambprnc,'; rPturncd
���Saturday frYijni IriseasteriV trip.      ;   '
;:-yy/:--X\-xy/_Yi\[cHugh.Y.iiianager -for: con-
Ytractoi-YStevvart at jClanvyilliiiin, was in
'Ujepity Friday.   ;  "   v
//.y/The LadiesyAid'.'YpX, tlicy Methodist
- cimrcli will give a social oil  Thursday
evening Ut the   residence   oi   Mr.   K.
Hylandy Tli|rd:yty   :    .y'/y   :  .        '
The Scottish  concert to be given on
��� St. Andrevvn-'night under the ���.���auspices
of the Willing Workers Of the . I'l'eshy-
Y' terian church -promises to'bea'big success.    Tlie-'prbgranin'rc   will   be; distinctly SeijU^h-aiul i-r>*n excellent one
.j    The  AiVridpp yJIining-Kevievv. says:
"The announcements are but  for   the
approaching marriage of Miss Minnie,
eldest daughter of Mrsi E.^IcKinn.'it^
of  tliis  city  and- .1. G. Macdonaid of
Kevelstake4libriner.ly one of  Sandon's
niost   popular   nreich-.rnts.   The ceremony vvill take place' iii   St.' .Joseph's
church heroin Tuesday morning,Nov.
'���24ih,at!) o'clock,' nnd muss Will   be
J. A. liiickhan., haviiiK atfjuirc.d
the above stoic, is putkiirg in a first
class stock of ;- .'.
A (im; assortment of Mulbs
Y fur sale at a bargain.
Ni'w stocks ordered to arrive.
eiiiisihs'-yyelsevvherey.: .yPi'ieS3:r:yight.
yy Sale'��� o'C-: hoiisehoUl��������� Furniture, anil
books'vvill bc^reld'-at^Irs:y?Spu(ling s
hbuscYpn. Third, street* (closeytpyrCovy:in
Block)Yon Tlibrsday, -Npve)Ti,bPr;^:jth,
cpiiiniencingiit-lO.a.m^shiu-py: Goods
bii view: previoiisy day; frpniT^'-ni-i; y.
'*���?* y AVc'-'iitivc' "received'instructipnsyA'
'^'to'-ioffer';1 for" iiiiniediiite 'sale'Ya-^f:
IM dnirv cows and:*f-
Ik: roiite.Y'the-^.
*jf herd ot' spleiK.
i.^a-wellY:paying  ..,...._. .,      ,
>& properly of'':Tho^y.l.Pwwy y.J'.lio^
''    took is vyell and all in .spleiiflrd^
Xcorulitiorv andcairhe solircither'yi,
'���   to one partv oi-sepai-ilely. YSev-yt,
���ip . ;       .......     ..���.,..,-:
en teon. young cows iind one pedi-
j-ree ffolstein;:
^   <,-.--.������ <t   <t   <; Ji.JS.Jf.J
u     -tr     <t     -tr     <r    v     \
y'yy. /Wakeful Children.:,
For a lrnig Liii'n* tlnr'two year .-.(ild
chklofMi-N'. L. Alcl'herson, ..!��� N
TVnth"-"-St... liiiii-isbiirif. ' !y.i.,y;would
��i(.|.p bill. I.vvfi or tln-ii- hours in tin"
i-ai-lv piu-t. of the night
it, vVry haid I'i"' ���In-1' .
,i���nh.-i concluded Mini. I.h- cbilfl
stomncli t.i-oulile. and gavi* her half -'
inn. nf Chamberlain's hlixira.cn and
Livci- Talilcts, which (|iii('U'd ;h-'i'
stoniacl. and -'.he slept lh- whole night
thriiiigli. Two lioxesiif l.hesti; Jalilet.s
(iavH I'lri-cU'd'a P'-i mitm-nt., tMJi'P n""
Mhc is now well and sl.iong.- I'wc-sale
hv iiUdnigKisl.''- ,     :1>   .    -  ��� ������": '���'
Hricll'" mnili:
tin lent-'.    Iler
"'" ���    hud
Moscrop Bros..
Sanitary Plumbing, Hot
Water & Steam Heating.
Pipe Valve Fittings,
Electric Lahips, Poor Bells: and
y-'i-y    Annunciators,
Electric Fixtures sLSs'Pi't In.
Second Street, Revelstoke
ia nd ipeitrlYneckliice .   ..,, ...........   ..,,,,
' 'YMrs^ThepdoreYLudgate;;vb!ack,voile.
tr iiii iiied yfj thYy wl i i tbyisi 1 k yarrdstr-aiy:
'KMriv Sibbaid- pjpk- crcpe^deychine:
���necklace.,������ yyy::y yY yy.:.t;;, :yyY.y,:::,...yr;-:i-.y
trimil)in<is.ys;Y..;>; 'y������ y;        yyx���.������,;
:iy.iIl's;yKiircaiii1Y:gi-ey,ycrepdyy..l.e   .... if
relieved vvi thi pinky Y y-������';.;"���: ..y.'y yy'Yy
-Mrs;:Yy;(IjY|-.,);v ,Crp?9,YY;tWii)0;:'.y;r.plfti;��{:
orsran'aieover b! tie-silk.'y, y . ���yy'' ,��� yy (.
i Y;Mjs: Urfiuharfc, bliiclc jiety over,pale
grcen.Y y;yy.'..yyir ������ '.yy,y// '������YyYy
���y Mr-s>McLepd,.red shot-silk tnmmcd
\vith''lace.y;yyy:': yyy'yyXy"y y'yy x x.
yyMj^yDunn,YliHick Yi'V*''...J'':,1.k'yiJ'e.!v"t-i
trimming,   v.,,:;/: : .        ....-���,��� :::::>
Mrs. Uiie,: liiafik'PPt'fJV'.'rbliick silk... y
ov;er blue silk.   Y   ;-;  .        ,; ���:   '.'������'   '.':.;  ;
.Mrs.   Gall,   black:    silk. grenu.niK-,1
black jet ti-iinniings.
'-Mr*..J, FiMser, black gauze u>ci ;
silk,'jei: trimming*.
"���' Mrs.  Sollowny.   bfaek ..>'j|L-,.'se.tjii)|i
voke and pi'nk llwvers. ^     yyy, ;   y'
".Mrs. Fred   Fniscr,   black   gr-enudiup
with jet ti'iinniirigs. '���������:
.Mrs.   Ciillau. ��� bjup
��� lloivers.,':   ���'.- '    :' ... ���...- .��� '.y-;
Mi-s.'P-.-J}. Lewis,   white  silk,  trimmed with luce. :
Miss McLean, white  orgahdm trimv
med with ln'ce,-'bliio underskirt.
Miss Tviricb, flowered organdie, black
velvet ti-iminings.   ���- '. .'    ���
Miss MoFadderi, ivTiito organdie
Mih��   Frascr, , White   organdie
colored swab; ���'-"-,
lAIiss Ward, white chiffon una jewe
led trimming. ''''���."
' 'Miss Anderson', ivory delaine.
Miss Temple,   pule   blue   silk  ov
white.    , '���'..'
Miss   Griuit,   ivhitf!   organdie
pink silk   trimmed   willi   trno
knots of black velvet.
Misses IJiick   in   [>ink 'find blue rev-
Miss Hull, black   silk,   transparent
yoke and sof|iiin bertha.
Miss Richardson   (Kamloops), black
silk with transparent yoke and sleeves.
iV'iirsc  Chalmers,  blue   transparent
jiiiitcrial on-.j- white underskirt.
iiii nlrY, YY;yivi \VyA isppsfjyYpf;^ h isyliplisohfija.
f tini i l uy-eweek a ftc r*.Y npi Yt; Y .::'G pocl s' Ay.i 11}
&,,(:? RPvelstoUc.&aliiiost :eonstanl,lv
'���y- '"-y vpiiV'b'ld VteeiVa^'l'lipYtiuievsaid -tn ,;lie
���hiiic.!"rhi'YbWp'-i-tv.-My-Mry.4^A'- R1'.""���!?""'���''
:YV'iyQwni.rwill pleiiWypriiye.:pI-o|K-rt,yy;|iay.
ph a i-g>'s"a��a ��� m^sy kb ^"' j!.1 ;\ yyy y
-silk, ".natural
/^���//y^j^E/Ely- '"'���"���:"''.;
Liiloout.i)isi.rict:.'i;.--y-:-.vy.?-^v.:^i-rIt>��,-.i-i .,.,
:: .-ty '.Coinin'ciiolnir uta.post.pliviitwl on tlie wi>t.
liiinlcof .-Adivnis-Eivei-, yulimit.lilli :iiiilcs'above;
AilmiisLalco; iiiarkcds't\V;:Cii-ouiie;s'-Nv,,\\v.opiv
iiliiiiiisi'.llicnuo tioi-Lh ��� ,40 Pliains; tlioiiuc.-w^lvlW,-
chains to point.' of conimoiiconi��nl.vyyyyy.;? :;>
::'t;'J;-Co'inii'i'cii'oiii(.'���lit.'iv post ijliiiitcd on"tliiiivvest:
.liiiiik dfrA'iliiiiisnivoi-.iiboiit.iWi. niiles iibovn,
IioSl..'-Sthiitico':novt h'-,|0;*p mins,y!i(:m:oea*' >
���(���liaiiis'.''tlie|16u S-oiiUilllKchainsv Uibnfio .WiSst IfiO,
oliiiiiiSMo-pPtntpf'otinViironocrS'ionl.,.;x, w;. ;>: XXy.,
i nd
1 his. compiiny
Nov. 27th
Taming of the Siirew
Nov. 28th
(iiisfj-r-iiieil IaiiiisiiiYlhe.yileyelsLbki'.lJ.id-;
"iri^-of AVi'siy !ybnt'en>! yy" Yyy:: ���yyyyyyy
Of mi inV'iic-i nff ji t ;���, 'pn'st1:!!!;!! l>e.d.; ;H-
riiiitli side;of:Sinilli::Ci:eeJ<yaliiuit,.;i.vv(),
iii'ilesyu|):;fi-bn'r iniiiilbvDirvv-i'ML.Sideof,
:t.lieiiei':.ii'oi'l.hMO (-haihs, tlii'iicyast 100
ebains,.-llieneeYsiiiitliY-IP ehaiiisM.ii;! he
place cf Vn ni iiii i>nei-iiii*iit..y y-yy.". *yv Yy;.
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ypal^dYtlijy li)th;(bi:yyi.i(ypeloliei-.Yli)0:i.;Y
NOT1CI5 in hi'i-eby  giyi'iiYY|.ha|':.ihi|:ly
y yvjj, ys. ',-i ft ci. (i.'i.r.'." f j iit.<*iK) tynpi'lyy."
j|)'l- 6lii'-l' (iiiniinissioniii- Pf l.jsinds.j|iid
Wiii-ksflil-a srii'i'm! li(;en^�� !-"fJ!L.,!lul
i'|iify'ijway{hiil-ii-jrl'l-inn |,he lollpvyiii},'
(|i'Sf:|jii''fi laniisiii'lhe Itevi'lsliikeJUil-
���ilii'r iil' We'iUv'MM'bayl : '��� :'\"'' ���..'���
'���-, r,'iiiiiiiii.ii('iiixni'.ii: p".s|;::!ill(��l!t������.���limi'
niiles up Hniii.li Uiei-U,. oir I he noi'lh
Jiatik. lYiiiii'ked.yW. I'opp'sS.K.; corner
imsl." llienee Wi-sL .100. chains, llienee
niirtli ID'chains, thi-iice ensl, RIO eliaiiis,
iliiMiee soiil.li-'I.O (''ha i.i is to place .iil'.cnin-.
iiii'iii-i-ineni. ������'"���  '���-' -,������\
W. PO.PP. y,
lati'ii Ibis Ullhiliiyol' (H-lobcr.. IDlClr
'-J^:vii),flol.y(lati!!.,l;,'iiilO'li(llJ.n!:ii|j-|iry-.to Uiu (Jbicl
lollowink.ilosurlliwl litiuls:on���,:.tli.c Ailnnism-ci;,
:Lillu6ul.,ill.'il!ricl.:S;i'ji' viv-''.r:X:XX:':iy.y-.iyyy yy;
"'Mo.".1/5. Uoiiiiiieiiclii!{,iit.a:.piisL iniu-i.-oa:,..l.rli;
Ciiiiii Tu in -Tiiiii liil;o,*ytlioiii:ol*riisl//lSII eliiiins,
l.hoiipe sonLli SU .:.uli'iiinsV.t liunoewiisl;: SO idiiiins,'
tliC'iiLeliipi-lli^SO yp | iiii tis % Lp yi il i icy ,01' ���cdjmiioaco;?
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Watzi ���"��� ^;'^.r*jrVt".';Y:r.T^^* !���; '4 K'.vl ,i��Vfe:
'5',\J'0'nCl'Wis'ili'or'obiVi'ijI veil tlinl.' l.liii't.v;;Tiiii.vs'-:y.'Y
jYjli>( j>:11n.tii- (1)itPY I"i i ��� t.p11tl tt'o 5 ji i>i> 1 .V-!t o" L11p'{.;!��iofvVfyy.";
-Coliiiiiissioiiui-y of=yiiiiiils?iuti(l yvVoiksv Torji iiyyi'-t
vspubiiililiiiiitiSiyy'i) "ciit::ii.ii(| xiih-y.'iiwiiy \.i i^l^ci:. 'YiyY-.:
rfrbin'tliii fijllowiiiiv -(josoriboilIiiiiils^viiyyiyiiA^a
ia>'^o.. l.:'y(.VipiTirpilpiiiKr ill->'!^;pog|.^Yj'(]J'(Miyi4'rtyoi'|;:yS;:;
: l!iii-|.ii|^o J.riii I" o'rei-. cSi'|rjifrisoyi-iliVtlii/! altoi'i
ri^ii rj.li Hi i lP'Ti-oi'ji I.I ip uciii t'l [ ciuliif itiinil inip-kc-il y<''y
yAilaiiyHiill'S iifii-l.ljvve.-iL'Pqi-iiP'-ApPsl..''! t, liuiicir 5;; :*
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���lift Uj|iik':of iliig.(;|i|ini|l|ia.: rivi-K liiVHlduVJivilK*.:''?
bulinv:: finrpri^c'���'.-i'ii.piils r'uiul:-':niai-l;c(l' ��� .VAiliiin ;:'::
:lliiirs.hOiillii.'a.st; uiiriiui- pusl,". l.li..-iiuo :.vv.'>t;s.i,i:'
^Iniins/.^llioiiuo:;-Yiiiirihyf(i.::.e!iiiiii^y. llii'iiiicA:.
of uoiiiiriciiiVeniPnt.' X'iyyx'yyyy yyvxyyy-xyyyXy
Y?r)iiXoil|lii) Ifjili iliiy..qt-ijuiilcifllicr;.
ifi;i.-i. .
f-VT'0Tlf!K is'liui'ijliy :!uivciic:tliiH,",t]i|i-t..yr (lays
. JJS :5;afi:i'ivii.ili;.]'iiil.(iiiil I.o :i'pii|y; t().-llio-:(;|!i'ot5
CiiiniiiiS^iiiiiiii-iil Ijiiiilsanil'VV'oi'ks loi-'aspopial;
liociiau lo ui|LiiiiiI bijiTyiivyay tiinlioi- ri-i*iii,|Jio.
So: l.'.'.-.Coititiiuiruiiiif at a p,qs|..i|]ip'KL-d   p.. P;
Xiili ii's iini'-LTl-'vvuHp'iiOi'iii-ftV |'|lant��l op tlievvostT
i|iiip^uf^,-T,l'!iii-TiMiUl��K(!.;.illl<l'':il|' IjiuYlloaa 4:
iAuaiiiH Vivi'iV;. tliciioo  c'aKti.iiO.uiiaiiiK,:,tiionco:
soulli SO uliiiliisi'ihofiuu'vvust SU cliair.s,: tlienco;
'liorlli SO cliiiins'lo"iiliite'of coiiiniuiieuiiicnt.- y'yy
:' Js'b. -V   UoiinnonciiiK al:il post; liiin'Uod "U:Q-:
Nolan's norllioast conioi-; pliuiloil. '.on -the west
:biiiil;:'.oi:.;.'riini-'riiiii lake,' and ill tin;  h'eiul of
Adams river, lliiiiicu, suiilli. SO' oliains, l.licnoc;
vvusit SUoliiiius, lliunoo nortli; SO .'cluiins, tliunco,,.
cusl. SO chains Lb place of 'coiiiiiicnccincnt.  ��� a, ',
Y'Diitud'lliis Mill day bt bcpluiiibci-, IUI.W. /.  '���-.
Vi";-.;*.. -.-.���}.,. ���'������'���:5 yX--yy --yx-.t..    L. (J. NuLAN.*
'.si'i'JOjAf, ��<:|':Ni':it'Y
PRICES, $1.00 and 75c,
liesei'vi'- Heals on snle nt l.hu
Uaniuia Drug and Hook Coni|inny.
��� ...   mid a.,
ecu up let'.; line
of the
Rogers Bros.
Knives, Porks,
Spoons, etc, .
Kyi-n cnrefiilly' examined mill
properly filtcd to tlie_best grade
ol' fdnssca.
"\T.OT[('''H is'lii'i-idjy isivon thai lliifly daysarti'.r
j\ V (111to' I: in'ii'iiil- lo' lipiil.l-'to l.Kcvl.!lii'*l' Ci'i'n'-
iinssion--i-. bl: .Uimls":linn'���.vWiij-ks.'-.fiir a sp-ioial
lii:iMisi*l-'i cul aiid eiirry inva's1 tinilior fnmi l.lin
iiiliiisviiiKibisci'iliii'illiilids.'iiiialiu.Vila ins Ijiver,
l-.ilUmi;l:.l>isl|-ii:t:':'' ... ' ���'.- '���-1':'..���:: -'������''V?;';' ,,".
���'.'No. I. l':oiiliiii.'iieniKiil. n 'If.isl iinifkqd.. b. Il:
Xiilan's.s'diilli-w'u'sl, cViriii-|-": lilanlud <in;i.li(ii.vy(!��i.
li'iink'.-'iif .Viliiiii'.s rivjir, lilinlit- two miles li-iiin
'I'liiii-Tiiiii'lakii, (.lipuciV. ii.'isl' SO 'ehnins, llienee
.iiiil'lli SO cliiiins.' llienee vvijsf !}0 .ehains, llienee
I'.ulli Hlicliiiips'to |)li|eii(d'eoii!iii|iii��ijnienl..v
"������ No. i. "(,'ii'iu'iiioiiciiii: iil li 1'iisi iiiiii'k6il vla- li.-
Xtilnit's siiulli-eiisleiiruei-.'" plunlisl iin.lliij. vvesl
lunik of Aduill's river, iibi.nl. Iavii-miles friini
Tiini-Tiiin liil.e; llienee west .Sli "cluiins,. llienee
niirlli sn cluiins. llienee nisi. SO ehnins. llienee
-.lililii.Siieliaiii.i it. pliieii i.i'ciiiiiiiionceincnl..-'���,'���
'��������� DiiuiiI Die l.'illi day nl'Seiileiiilior, limri.
VtOTICK i�� licreliy Kivi.'ii llia'l. lliirly dnysiifliii-
[\ diil,.r.l.iiil-*nd Innplil.v Ui lhe' lyiiief. I'oiii-
itiiUiiiiici- -of l.iinils mnl ��� Works- fiij- ii-speeii(l
license In eiil ai..! wirry. nway timbbr froni- tin;
roll.m-iiiM d.'^ei'ilie.l binds on tliii .'AdiiiiiR'i-iycr,'
l.illi.i.i:! district: ' ,  ' '..,.'     .    '.;,' ,5
"Nil. I. CiimuieiieiiiK at a pii-it'iiiarkeil -i . .\.
I'-ulliliee's nc.illi-wi/si. coriier.", plaiiled oil Uie
we-lliiink "I .Vilnius rivor; iiiioiit:y>.'i miles Irom
'I'liiii-'I'inii lake; Iheiic'e (iuiitli' ijUchinus, llienee
eiii.1. Miebains; tlii.-ii'eii inir'tli' htiyhajns lo.pijieiJ
>.|. iiiieneeiiieiit.    '       '  '     .       ���       .1.^ ���'.".
So. -li 'CiiiiinieiieiMK ut 'I nest mafkud .-'I .A.
l-'iillllii'ii's iiortli-.'iud ei.rner;���'���. iilanled (in I.I11;
west liiuil; of Ailniiis river, nnc.111. .-������-- 1.11 il.is Irom
'I'liiii-'I'inii l.-ili'e, tli-iic!'" ��'i!.-i. SO,...-Iiiirns, llienee
h.iiUi' Sli eliuins. llienee .'ei'si. SO, eliaiiis, llienee.
iimdi SO eliaiiis 10 place ol eiimiiiencement, ���������
Dated lhe K1II1 day of Me|il.eiiiliei;. W��.   ���
:;  .      .",. '.|*. A. .I'AJ^Lil.U hy.
.VTO'rU'Ki.is hereby""iiivbii tliat<l.liii-l.yftlii.Vrf .; ���:
Yijij v-iiftcr date rilil(iii(| I f> isi j)|(1 i-' ^!�����: ='t.11 (j.t.H��IcVf'yy
;(.;bniniissioii'(i'r'.5df-,.,rjiii'n(ls,J.iii|d..;VV'(n-;i^   fii'ir :| y
-sjjecial 1 iP'oiiMO! lo, ci|f,y^iiil enriy Yawiiy i,iiiil)cr.y'.r.
I'foip tbe'l'iillovviiig du^en.b'cd lau;ds:,vi:;..':.I,f:'.;.Vi :Y. / :
:.;5Np^l/'..:(;(iiiiiiibiiciii|;|il.ii' li'ostnln-nlc'ij ?pii (po y : 1
::JielowSiir|i!-iiic'i-api(!s'.ai|d;iiiarke.l:;:'..-Q. :(V:v.loi'.', '-'���'
:diiiili:'nor|,]iVv(.',ht.v.ebi'ii(ii-. jkjhI," ��� t.lic-iiuiV.-^(nilli 10';
"cliaiiis.vthcii'eii.ciiSL.vljill.ehiiins.-tliuiiee norl.li 10
"uieiiceiiient.^:^ty:^.:^5yi.;;:;Jt^^.^,t.::.^'.Y-y.v^:;;:: v
'���v.'NuVll.'''V-(iui||ii|L'i|uihBat'ii-postyii1.viiLi'(|.;oii Iho .
;lof(.';biii'ilfqf.i.liu Ooluii|l<riv..!'i-ivui."n.liont:'.l2riiiili!ii;
b'Oliiff Siiniii-ise.rapiils :aiid- imv-kert VG, A'. ,loi'-";
dnii.'s ooiitiiciist'CHrnei'.-, po.st,''-ii!oivecf'ii(ii-Ui 'ioyyj
cliiiiijSjitlieiicu'vyestitiirbliiiiiiSj.HiciiHe noui.li IU '
.chains, Uiojaicyast Ki-Jchiuiis.tuiilaeu of com- '���"-..
rnoncuin'eiii.'yy.y'yx yy-'-y xyxy: ������ .-yy-hyx-,-:������
X. y.y.-'yXXyyXXy.yyy-,y-yyGXA:yOllT)AXy:y
..���.'.'Novvist.ii'.iM.-y '.;:ys ���yyyxyy'.y'.yx. i..-'
:Vr'OTrCJ-!- is liei-eby; wi veil :l lint .thirty diiys\
V-iiS aflei' date .1 intend' to iipp!y: In llie C'.hieC:���
y'bniiuissionei'''of. :.l,iii)ds':auir .VV'oi'ks 'for.'-a*
".special license to oiit unit cai-ry/iivvay i.iiiibei-:
"I'l-uni flic following described lniids. viz.:*':.-.;: :���".';���
'..: No. I.:. YCIoiiniiuiicinj; lit iv post, planted /iiribu tj:
; 10 chains west of Olivia yiiobinson's jiori bfasj.;
cei'iier poston t'aiioe rivei-. about 2.V'niilp,s'fj-oii|.
Ul|i6i;e it erpYitie.s'i|it'o t'hevljbliiiiibiarix'ei-aiiie'
iii!ii-kcd"t.liifi. Iviixlbii's'soiilbiyest. <!f|i'iieV'niis(.,J','
tliei'ice. ei\st.Sl|'��;lini!|s,.llieiiui; '|Ujr(.|i,.b'(l pliiiiiid,
tl|eiiec vyesl, SU cb.ivi.iSi.tbeiice.ysoptiiytl. eliuius,.
lo point of ���copiuieuceitieiil. "
f-Nn.-'ay ('oniii|eiii:iiii;iit i\ post p|.ln|cd nil tliii',
vvt-ijl."������Iiinjkijif���-[���'liirlniliiiiiliui'i'iver al 1 In: niutlili
of .Ma(oiiey Cj-euk ani( ipiirkeil 'Mini. Ifuxtnu's .
liorilieas't 'coi'iieiv liost," Ihenci! wot itl cluiins, .
llniiice soulli ilill ehains, llieucooust lU.cliains, ,
llienee t.io.flli ll|ij'.i;lia,lns to. plane uf cbinnicncu-1
ineniy.1 -' '."-"'���.- ..''-''.'-.' :���.'. r     ,::��� :'v: '���.������..���
���:;���������,������ ',���<-��� .-.y 5 ,i.vs. nuxTox. ;������
N'oy/ISIb,  IW.II.        .     .'."
���'XTOTIl'U i.-. hcidliy sivon lliaiiliiriydiiysiilter.
i\ date I iiil.eiid 10'apply 10' tlie i.lnei 1:0111-
i.,i'i<^i..ii..-r of i.unds ami Works fur a special
iicen.-e 10 cut and curry away limber Irom the
li.llowin;-described lands on the Adnnisriver,
J^illoiiet diiiriet:  .      ' ���'���     .''.,'���        ,    , . y,
No. I. Ciniiineiicini,'nt a post 'marked J. .1.
Falliliee'ss-.iiitli-vvesl corner post." planted oil
llie wi.'sl bluik id Adams river, about 7 in lies
I ruin Xum-l'inn lake, llienee east W0 cluiins,
llienee north 10 chains, thence west llio chains,
tlience south IU chains to plucuof commencement. .       '      ���      ' ,   , _  .
No. 2/ Cominenciii'-'iit a jK.st marked "J.J.
l-'nllibee's nbrtli-eiisl .corner,'' jilant'od on the
west bank of Adams river,'.about 1 miles Irani
liiin-'J'uiii lake.'tlienco' west PJ0 chains, tlieuce
soulli tu chains, theiice east '1UU chains, thence
north 10 cluiins to jduce bl' commencement.
Dutcd ,i,e Hill, 'lay of ^''.y^vVLnp-EE
"VyiOR SAiyi*:���Unckei-i'Is.   I;i-ins,   pons,
yjj     in   11. y-Leghorn.--';   \V.    Lejiinirns. -
Jiiinypi'liiii^fi'ii'.-'. 15, l|<iei;s. lii'Sl Inyliijj
sii-iiins ijinl.jriiciT hii'i|sticl|.'',-iii;'eirn-- in
son si 1 n.    .'\ii liiir.Siie.iv.-irl,Mi. ���"'foi lii lb"'
iyo.,.y.iiaui-ia,\u; a/y
I7iOl)N'D--.\ viihr.-i
Sly;iv H, statimi.
jiiKu.-.A|nst.('i(/'-  ,f
I'm* fjr)
al. C.
OUSIC -TO   HI5NT���Froni 'D.'vcnjy
lu'i- |.-i. .llmiui'iil.C. .riii'i'iif i\I('-V
Ki'ii/ii'iiv-i'Vii'ii'-'iiiiil finii-i.il si r.-.i'K   Apply lii-'i,..As/!Ti."ii Pr-L.-'.vis  [>|-<lr5.    X. :
WANTED-f-'A   piisilinn ' as  diniiit!;-'
"���, r*"i*ni uii'l /<i""'��� Hu 111!���>������ j-V 11 -..i(I. , Ail-
ili'i'ss A 11, I'.-ui' i.|"-.Ki.i!.iti"'ii.-iv Mail.';,
ANTI5.P���An ;('iii-r:wi'i ic. iiiiin.'ln
rept-i'Si-'iit.,thi- il.nl iml Lit'.',Tn-
iranee Un.,.iif Ne.vy Yni.k jn H-tvi-l-d nke
'mid disl.iiet. nii litiernl ti-nn-; nf salar-y
nii(l,-..e(iinnijssiiiiii '.t'Xpei-iiiin-i". unin-c.cs-
S'liv." Apply p- i--i!!ially in I he i-Vi-ninj^
In i.Al ������xniii|i"i\ liispi-el.iil' nt' nj<i-ii'i'jit^'
Hi-lei Ili'Vi'l-Uikp;. : ".������,'���
ANT TO NtfLr.-Ui.iv.'i'siiy
l.inn of HliHkcspe.'Hi- .villi illustrations iind nol.i-s. Pi-ice $22 on t.ei-ms
iiaiiii-lv ��2 cash nnd $2 per month. Ap-
|ily at Kootenay Mail.


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