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Array I ".  ���������OUN  &  MMI  Provincial Library'  ������������������C-.fi-J*rt52>.-'J  0  T*  ./  ^^  I  ���������  ������������������  *-*���������  tr'i  ������',V  s  t  ���������f  I?.'  i  READ BY  3,750  PEQPLE.  Vol. 9.-No. 34.  REVELSTOKE. B. G, NOVEMBER 21: 1902. '  THE OLD  ESTABLISHED  ��������� '   .    '    PAPER.  S2.00 Per Year  Fancy and Staple GROCERIES  Dry Goods  Hats, Caps  , Boots, Shoes  Rubbers and  | Gum Boots  Our  business is  largely   increasing.  -(1Every  day sees  new  customers   in  our store.,   ,  Are you one of  them? ���������  The very large  business we are doing shows that our  policy ��������� of Small  Profits and Quick  Returns is amply  justified and appreciated by our numerous friends all  oyer the country.-  If you ��������� cannot  come to us,' write  to us. No order  is too small nor too  large for -us to fill,  and the smallest,  order., will receive  the same careful  attention ' as    the  Men's  Furnishings  THE LABORERS  COOPERATIVE.  HE EVA DEAL  &3g.r^'i^'^iapspaq?g-j;(.iajp������mEiTi  largest.  W  want  You  your custom,  want our goods  Then" why not ob  lige one another?  House  Furnishings  Carpets  AND  Linole  cuma  _ i    .        ,       j *  A Complete Assortment in Every Line  l ���������! I 1  Taylor Bros: & George, Limited  ������WWJlUm������.1 ��������� ������������������ lll������fcMaaWM������TllIMl..r.-������^-.. ��������� Ill, llllrMaWBMMBWMMBIMI  1       '. i    i       .        "...  lias taken over- the Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Implement,' business carried  on liy\V. Mollison nt'Revelstoke.  '"*'      -,."'" ' '      "  Wagons Made and Repaired. ^The Best Carriage Woods Kept in Stock1  Tools , Sharpened.      . Shoeing a' Specialty.  ..Chatham ,Wagoiis and Sleighs. ,AV. M.Gray's Cutters,  Buggies and Express  Wag. ni������.    MeCoriniek   Mowers  and iBenpers.,   Copp  Bros.' Plows,  Harrows, Cultivators, Pottitoe Diggers, etc., etc.  S   &   STEED  General Merchants.  J  Call and inspect our new stock of,  Shoes, Hosiery, Suspenders, Ties, Underwear, etc  All above lines are up-to-date goods il will pay you to see  them before purchasing elsewhere.    'We also carry  Trunks, Valises, Sweat Pads, Oil Coats, Oil Hats, Water-proof Sheets, etc  Weeklv Shi  pments of Fresh Creamery Butter, and Eggs.  .Our Tcas-and Coffees are taking the lead���������try  llieni.  Front Street,  Revelstoke, B. C.  Its Mining  and Smelting   Enterprises at Golden���������What C. ������.  Nylin Told an Interviewer. ���������  Says the Province :  < Mr. C. E. Nylin,, Fcc-treas. of the  Labors' Co-operative Golcl,_ Silver*,  (fc Copper Mining Com pan vis down  for the purposeof securing supplies  and material for a.f-melter at Golden, which, the company intends  erecting there. When completed,  the new smelter will treat the ores  of the company's mines and such  other mines within a leasonable  radius as will bo found convenient.  To a'Province representative .YMr.  Nylin said his company now owns  twenty-seven claims iii the vicinity  of Golden and was operating three  camps which gave employment to  about fifty men.  THE COST OK THE N1CW S.Mi;) TJCJJ  will be in the neighborhood'Jf $20,-  000 and it, will be comi/jeted in  about three month?., Th^smelter  will be equipped to treat silver-lead,  gold and copper ore?, and while it  is primarily designed to handle the  ores mined by the company, its  capacity, will be su/Iicient. to treat  all the ore likely to offerAiithin  workable distance. "'In fact," said  Mr. Nylin, "wc already have  su/Iicient promise of business from  neighboring mines to keep the furnace busy. Our smelter will be  run with .'water power, and is designed to be operated with the most  careful regard to economy. We  will save, for one thing, the expense  ,of fuel'and firemen." c  -      , WATKK POWEIt   ' ;  for'running the new smelter will be  drawn from Hospital Creek, a  stream which flows in the neighborhood. The conduit will consist  of a' ditch about two-thirds of a  mile long; and "some 800 feet of pipe.  The necessary pipe for tho conduit,  as well as- material for the proposed  buildings, .will bo 'purchased by  Mr. Nylin in Vancouver, and will  be shipped this week. * , ��������� '  ' "In connection .with the smelter  site,", continued Mr. , Nylin, i:we  have demarked ' v,  ,' ���������' " "a TOWNSITE ', ���������" -e  called North Go'l'dcn, where 200, Jots  have already been surveyed. Up  to'datc our company has expended  about $45,000 on mine '.exploration  and investment, and if things turn  out as present prospects indicate, it  is our intention to erect an aerial  tramway, ata cost of about $25,000  next spring."  The company is- also erecting a  three story building in Golden, in  which it will  ' COXJJUCT A STOKE  on the co operative plan.  ���������One apartment of the building is  to be set apart for a newspaper, to  be known as the Golden Star, which  will be issued weekly. The press  has already been purchased and  paid for. The paper will be devoted to the in (crests of the cooperative miners.  Further Testimony in Payor of A.  F. Rosenberger.  , In connection with the sale of the  Eva to Michigan parlies interested  in the Calumet and B. C, the  following testimonials toMr.Rosen-  bergcr's conduct in the matter appear 'iii the Mining Gazette of  Houghton, Mich.:-���������A. J. Scotl,  President of the Northwestern  Development Syndicate, and of the  Calumet and 13. C. writes : *    .  "This is to certify that J am personally acquainted with Andrew F.  Rosenlj'erger and have always,found  lii in upright and honorable' in all  business transactions. Concerning  the Eva Group,deal J desiretostate  that no misrepresentations were  ever made to us by Mr. Rosenberger, and ,111c reports being circulated  in the Copper Country concerning  him are'false and unjust.  .'     Sighed, ���������      A. J. Scott.  J.'C. yWeissmiller; secretary to  the underwriters says : ���������  ��������������� '"This;is lo certify that I was  secretary of a meeting of underwriters in tbe Calumet .& British  Gold'Mines,1 Limited, held in the  office of.t'he Northwestern Development Syndicate, Limited, in the  Citv of Hancock, Michigan', on the  29tb day'of S'eplembei',~l902.   .   ���������  I hereby certify thai the proposition submitted to the Hancock  people by Andrew F. Rosenberger  to.underwrite 55.000 shares of the  100,000 shares underwritten in the  Cai timet; A British Columbia Gold  /Mine?,,Limited, at par, $1.00 per  share, was accepted,''and that the  terms and conditions were as  follows:       .   . ...  That .the Hancock people were to  have Six'of the Seven Directors in  the Calumet and British Columbia  Gold Mines, Limited, that J. F.  Mussel man,' of .Nelson, B. C., be  elected (he Seventh Director, and'  be appointed Managing Director;  that A. J.;Scott be elected President  of the Company.  ' The 'price .and, consideration to  be paid for the Eva.Group, by the  Calumet and British Columbia Gold  Mines, was $250,000 on a fifteen  months' bond A  I'hereby certify that the terms of  said proposition to'undcrwrile have  been violated by the.,-Hancock  people, notwithstanding Mr. Ros'en-  borger's desire to livcn up to the  terms of said proposition.  No misrepresentations have at  any time been made by Mr: Rosenberger, and the reports circulated  in the Copper Country concerning  him arc false and unjust.   ..  This statement is made ' voluntarily and in the cause of justice.  Signed,        J. C. Wkksmim.kh.  Hancock, Mich., Nov. lllh, 1902.  calumet and  n. c. ��������� makes second  Dan Robinson Expired   Suddenly.  Dan Robinson, one of the old  timers of Revelstoke died suddenly  on Wednesday morning. For some  years past he has suffered from  heart complaint, which caused him  lo be confined to his home a good  deal during the last' yveni;^ or two.  On Tuesday ho compla'inctTef'* feeling ill and was confined lo his bed,  but seemed better on Wednesday  morning. He went to lie down for  a while and Mrs. Robinson, on going (o sec how he was, found he  had passed away.  Deeca'-cd was o'i years of age at  the lime ,of his death-. Ho was  born at Jersey, Yorkshire, England,  and came to America as a'bpy with  his parents. The family moved  from lhe States to Canada, where  they settled at Keswick, Out. Deceased went into the   lumber busi-  // /ou Want the Best  and Purest Selected Tea that money can bny,  packed to retain its natural aroma and flavor,  free from the contamination of the odors of sur  rounding articles, get  YOU PBOMISBD YOURSELF AN OVERCOAT  Tin's Fall.   Don't, put it o|f too.late and catch cold.  ,     And do not liny a cheap, shoddy one.   They never k������ok well.  '   Let ns make, yon u coat that will please you.   We can do it.  Fashionable  Tailor.  f*5*>  VBA.LE'R   IJV  Hoots,   Shoes,   Hats,    Caps,   'Ready-  Made   Clothing,   Shirts,   SocK.s,  Winter clothing, Q*Veralls,Stispenders  Glomes, etc.  l������?wl?cZ7to aVTa* Eastern "Price  K^e-VelstoKe   .Station, 3. C.  ������i*  rife  <$?  <$������  (������*!  <^<^<^f^^ft^<^<^<^(^<^t^($<&<^  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  *^psss^Calgary, Alberta  Steps Should be Taken to Improve it  The road from McKenzic Avenue  lo the railway station is ' in a disgraceful state and is well-nigh  impassable for heavy traffic. 'It  should be improved as ' soon as  possible. There are no city funds  available for the work, and if there  were the city would not be justified  in expending civic moneys on what  is not a public street. The city has  repeatedly been reminded of this  by the C.P.P.. who claim the street  as their private property. Yet it is  lhe only means of access to the rail  way station. It is clearly the duty  of the C.P.R. to keep this road in  good condition, and no doubt if  representations are made lo Supt.  Kilpalrick by tbe City Council 'he  will take steps to have the road  improved. A few cars of cinders  dumped along the road would greatly  improve it. Wc suggest the City  Council take the matter up,at tonight's meeting and appoint a  deputation to wait on Supt. Kiipat-  rick in regard to the matter.  ,\nd  n. c.' ma tens  I'AYMKXT.  The second payment of $10,000  on the Eva mine by tho Calumet tt  British Columbia Gold Mines,  Limited, to A. F. Rosenberger,  which was to fall due on the 22nd  of the present month, was made on  Monday. The_ directors of the  Calumet & British Columbia have  every confidence in the success of  their undcrlaking'andin the great  value of the property which they  have acquired,'and anticipate- no  difiicully in making the future pay  ments as they fall due.'Y���������News.  ness. . In the late eighties he came  west and'worked on the construction of the Beavermoutli mill,  which was being put in by'his  brother Fred. In 1S90 he came lo  Revelstoke and established the mill  and business now conducted by the  Fred. Robinson Lumber Company.  Limited. About three (ycars ago  he disposed of his interest" in that  mill to his brother 'Fred, and last  year, in conjunction with.-K. How-  son, organized the lievelsloke Lumber Co.--and established Uiu mill  now running at the Big Eddy,  selling out his interest in that two  months ago to C. Br Hume and Co.  Deceased was' a member of the  Sharon Masonic Lodge, of Ontario,  and'with IL J. Bourne took a prominent part in the organization of  'the Kootenay Lodge in this city.,  In 1887 he married Miss Susan  Crowbar, who survives him, and by  whom he bad a family of nine, six  sons and three daughters. ' The  family is left well provided for. *'  The laic Dan 'Robinson was a  man of the' highest principle, conscientious and upright in all his  dealings.  The funeral took place this a fieri,  noon under the auspices, of" the  Masonic order. In common with  the whole'community wc tender to  Mrs. ;RubiriborP���������"and family our  heartfelt sympathy with them in  their bereavement,.  Ting Ling Package Teas  They comb in  pound'air tight leaded packages  ,    perfectly pure. .   ' ���������  One Pound Makes Over 200 Cups,  ' i t *     '  i ���������-������  50c per. Pound  ' or sale  le only  at  Bourne Bros. Grocery Store i  We Im  BULBS.  just received hy express thu fullowinfrasi-'oi'linenl of I3ulhs:  HYACINTHS, Single,  TULIPS, SiiiRlf',   .  NARCISSUS, Von Leon,  CHINESE SACRED LI LUES,  WHITE CALLAS,  HYACINTHS. Double  TULIPS, DouluV,  ' ���������  NARCISSUS, Paper* White,     ' '  SNOWDROPS,  UROOUS, Assorted; and others.'  Compare our prices with ihbsu of former years and you will  find, that .we  are comparatively cheaper. ��������� ' ,        ' '.���������  -   ChemisiJ and   <���������  '���������f   S"fattoners *A  REVELSTOKE. 13'. C.  J. 'A.  '   KILPATRICK BLOCK,  f  <$������  4'  tention toour own niMkeof   J\X������   Ll^llt) /tiQBitJSTS  One of the most .attractive stoves made today.   Four sizes.   Also  Goal and Wood Heaters, Cook Stoves and'Steel Ranges:  FURNACES |  Our own make of rivctted pipes the same price as the patent ,^  "alwavs Vlip''kind. ' TH  M LAWRENCE, |  "fr    &������''#<?     ~$*    <5    *������.    ���������*���������    *'    -f* -1>    -tr    i*    1*    *    Y/    *('    !���������    ft    ^'    <r    ���������������-    ft    *r    <r    *r    ������*    *y    *    *r' *  ^  *  MWIffi)iaBli'7:r.-.^.IK',,.������^'fUI^^MBSfcM3Bacg������OT  CIVIC   ELECTIONS.  Mayor  O'Brien Wishes to  Retire.  The coiling civic elections arc  nllrncling some attention already.  Aid. Manning has determined not to  seek re-election as the dirties take up  too much time. Aid. McLcod would  also prefer to retire. J. IWalhic, R.  Copclitnd and .7. 11. Robinson are  mentioned as likely candidates for No.  1 ward. Aid. JIcMalion does not wish  to seek ir-election for No. .'1 Ward, and  it is proposed to nominate C. A'bni-  hanison for the ward. Mayor O'Brien  does not win-li to seek, re-election nnd  Aid. Hume and Taylor arc mentioned as  l>ossil|-;' candidates for the mayoralty'.  Execution of Rose.  \V. Raclcliff, the public executioner,'arrived a^ Nelson Monday.*  Up lo the time of his execution,  Ro.������e maintained lire .unru/Iletl  calmness of demeanor that ha.s  marked his behaviour, since his  arrest. To his ppiritun] adviser lie  expressed himself as perfectly resigned lo the fate winch had condemned him to die this morning,  but asserted thai, lie was perfectly  innocent of the crime. JIe .stated  the events of the whole of the day  on which Cole was killed are perfectly clear in bis memory, niid  that at no time was he under the  influence of liquor, or in a stale  tliat he might have committed the  killing without knowing it.  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  mai������s  A.vii  DAUinrniits of  i:.\-(!),ani>.  A. social gathering under the auspices of Iho Maids and Daughters ������f  England was held at the I. O. O. F.  I lull on Tuesday evening. Drn, Watson, of Lodge Loyalty presided. During the evening cards, games, dancing  and music constituted the programme.  Songs were given by Miss Watson,  Messis. J'rii'son, Watson, 'Beasley,  Wortliley and musical selections by  Miss Oppenhoniicr, Rev. C. A. l'rocun-  icr, and W. Lawrence. Jn (he bean  guessing competition Bro. Watson  won ���������first prize and Bro.1 Crotylc' the  booby prize. Excellent refreshments  were .served by the ladies.  (Ki'om Our Own Comrhiioirriciil.)  J.  JJowden was i:i Golden   Sunday.  ,   A.   J. .Sciifo left town last week   for  the winter.  Rev.   Jlr.   Campbell    held    service  here last week.  1  Mrs. Sutherland, of Golden, is visiting Mrs. Campbell.  IS'eil MeCallum_ returned home, hist  week from Kevelstoke and Kault.  ���������lorry Turner, Harry McCallum,  nnd .1. Cosfoi-d iittve returned after a  successful   hunt, bringing three  deer.  The young people arc enjoying the  sleighing.- On Thuisd.iy last they  had .a sleighing party, after which  lunch was served at the home of Mr.'  and Mrs. McCallum iu honor of Mr,"  Scnfo who was leaving town.  S  I'ronr our own ('(irru-woirriurrl.  Our snow has all gone.  Mrs.  ,J. Cnddon went to   Kevelstoke  (o visit her.parents List week.  Tho public: school intends holding a  Christinas tree ' aud concert on the  JOth Deo. the clay of closing for the  holidays.  0::e of the men in the Yale Columbia Lumber Co's camp down the lake  had his .shoulder knocked out by a  tree falling on him.  yUiwLecO the G&n^ijLtaiid  ..>,  LOCAL INDUSTRIES.  The   Revelstoke  O  Lumber  Co.   are  making every effort to gel in their  drive of log**, and expect to get a big  supply into the Kddy hy tomorrow.  A .company is bbiiig formed to., mine  'molybdenite iii Ilaliburton, Out.  Your Scale of  Wages cm ho raised  to higher Notcs-BANK NOTES.  The International  Correspondence Schools,  SUHANTON, PA.  cm   li'.iin ytiti  in  your -.pare timn by  mail to ineiv.-irc your value to yourself  by increasing your value   to   others.  We offer instruction in  tin*  following-  siibj.-cts- Mechanical, Steam, Hlectriciil  Civil, Sanitary and  Mining Engineering: Shop aiid Foundry Prnct ie.*; Me  (h.'ininil Drawing Architecture, Architect unil Drawing, Plumbing, Healing,  and   Veiililation,   Sheet Metal   .vork  Telephony, Telegraphy. Chemistry, Ornamental Design) Lettering, SigniIJaint  ing.   Bookkeeping    Stenography,'    English   Blanches,    Elect lO-Thernpeutics  French, f.crrnan and Spanish (with phonograph).  10 per cent discount allowed to those sending in this advertisement.  Address W. II. McDOUGALL Local Itepiesentative,  P. O. Box IHO, Nelson, B. C.  -'j^^Vy;^  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTS OF ANY  MAGNITUDE   EXECUTED  emsBBBa  eaESBSUEffis  Complete Installations Our Specialty  Finest Class of Machinery   ....  The. Hiuton. Electric Co. Limited  VICTORIA and VANCOUVER.  gssasrsS  ���������f1--������w* J*l* ft., (  m^MtsmnuimmaaaatBa  \,\msmmmmmwmtmnu ujblbw THE KQOTEKAYMAIL.  Zbe TRbotena? Mail  PUBLISHED  FHIDAY.  ���������    ' ���������AT���������  ,-  REVELSTOKE, ac,  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  ADVERTISING KATKS on application  Changes in advertisement* rnu-,t be in by  Tue<d,iy of each week to secure good dk-  play.  JOB PRINTING promptly executed at reasonable rates.  ACCOUNTS for printing and advertising  payable on first, of month; subscriptions  payable in advance.  CORRESPONDENCE invited on matters of  public interest. Communications to Editor uiu-t be accompanied by name of  , ' writer, not ncce-vsarily for publication, but  as evidence of good faith. Correspondence  mu*t reach the office by TucMl.iy evening.  Address <  . i  The Kootenay Mail,  'Phone'Xo. 13., Revelstoke, B.C.  the government should keep thi?  part of the to\*,n streets in good  repair. The government have it to  their credit that, the ' roads in the  Lardeau 'arc . in a hotter, state of  repair this season than .thcy-have  ever been, and wc nre sure that tlie  Government Agent. Mr. Fraser.  will be glad to take steps to remedy  this present cause of complaint.  We request our numerous readers to  favor us with their assistanco in  making: the KOOTENAY MAIL, the  most valuable advertising- medium in the Kootenays by g-ivlng-  the preference, when making- purchases to those firms who are  regular advertisers in the KOOT  ENAY MAIL.  CITY AGENTS.     "  Copies of The Mail may be obtained from  the following city agents:  J. W. Hknxett.  a.n'aim DrtL'G & Hook Co.  P. li. Wku-s..  TTARVEY & McfJARTER     ���������  ' bakristebs, solicitous, etc.  Offices :   Molsons  Bank   Ulock,   Hkvkl-  ,      ' stokk, U. C  Money to loan.  Offices: Revelstoke, B. C; Fort Steele, H. C.  Geo. S. McCaktek,  .Kevelstoke,.II. C.  J. A. IlAiivr.v,  Fort Steele, 13. C.  L  E MA1STRE & SCOTT,  Barristers. Solicitors, Notaries  Public, Etc.  First Street.  Revelstoke, B.(J.  E  DWARD A. HAGGEN,  Mining Engineer,  (Mem. American Institute Mining Engineer.-.)  (Mem. Canadian Mining Institute.)  Revelstoke, B. C.   '  Examination of and reports on Mineral Pr-o-  'pcrtrcsii Specialty.  TTpILLIAM A. BAUER,  - Dominion a Provincial Land'  SUKVEYOl'l.  Survey^ of Mineral Claims, Timber Benin and  Crown JjiikIs.     ���������  C.ircof J. D. Sriiii.vi.D, Kevelstoke, B.C.  DI&CRKDITABLE TACTICS.  .The, attack made on A. F. Rosenberger and tlie Mine.? Kxchange  over the ������ale of (lie Eva to the  Calumet and 13. C. are most discreditable to the Michigan visitors  who arc responsible for them. The  writer lias done considerable'business with both Mr. Rosenberger and  the Mines Exchange as represented  liy Mr. Mussel ma n.   and   can   say  * '  their business methods are straiuht-  fbnvard, clean, and conservative.  Mr. Rosenberger and tlio Kxcliange  have done much, to promote the  best interests of ihominingindustry,  of (he province. They have persistently refused to have anvlhine-  to do with properties other than  those of merit and they have never  lent themselves to wild-cat miningor  wild-cat townsite schemes. Jntakind  this stand they have given offence  to parties, and interests whose  methods are any thins but creditable to them and this is one reason  why they have been made the subjects of unscrupulous at tack.', A  mining 'enterprise backed by Miv  Rosenberger or���������,theMines Exchange  will always be found .bona title and  well worthy of examination.  A. KIRK,  J. A' ?  Dominion ash Provincial   '  Land Surveyor,  Revelstoke, B.C.'  M  ISS EDWARDS,  ��������� trained medical and surgical  NURSE.  . REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ^belkootena^matl  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1902.  ���������COLDSTREAM TRAIL.  Xow that active operations,arc to  be resumed on French and-McCullough Creeks il is important lhal  (he trail on the north bank of Gold-  stream, between Smith  Creek   and  ' a i  Coldstream, should be reopened in'  tbe   spring.  this trail runs at present through'a  slough'which is unsafe for horses',  so, that (wo'miles Oof new trail  should.be cut" along the* side-hill  past the slough. r)\'i!.h 'this done  and the rest of lhe trail cleared.oul  an excellent means of communi-  cationcwill be provided.    This trail  LEAD MINING.  Manager Roy, of Silver Hill  mine, says of the best means of  improving the silver-lead industry:  "China and Japan should be oiir  market'for both silver and lead,  and if this country "is willing and  goes about the matter properly we  can capture the market offered to  our ��������� hand by the trade of the  Orient.  "Today tho price of lead is about  #24 a ton to us, not as much as we  pay for a ton of oats to feed our  horses, but.aboul the price of hay.  This is caused by the lead trust  and the' combination of smelters in  the great republic lo the south of  us, where the mine owners get oi  cents for their lead. How can wc  work with such a difference in  prices, especially as their mining  and transportation charges are  lower than our own ?  "What ve really  need, lo revive  the industry and keep il on proper  basis,so that we ��������� can ,work   right  along, and what wc must  have   or  else shut down qur mines  is three-  quarters of a cenlper pound bounty  to make us two cents, and then,  1  am sure, we   could   work   all our  tnincs: -The government at Ottawa  have gone to great expense to push  all kinds of   industries,   and   J do  not see why they   would   not help  us open up our mines so as to allow  -us to  compete with the world and  al the   same   time   create a great  market   for   all   kinds of   eastern  products."'  WASTING AWAY.  The Sad Condition Of Many Young  Girls.  f i  Mothers Should be very Careful When  Their Daughters Complain of ���������  Headache. Fickle 'Appetite,  or Heart Palpitation.  Many mothers neglect the health of  their growing daughters.   Not wilfully  of course, but,because they think   the  occasional headaches from which they  suffer, fickleness of appetite, and   pale  cheeks, an* the natural   result of   the  merging of girlhood into  womanhdy^l...  Tii is is a serious mistake.   There is'no'  period   in a girl's life when she   needs  more   attention, and unless the   little  troubles nre successfully treated, more  serious  ones���������perhaps   decline     and  consumption���������are     sure    to     folioiv.  What   every young girl needs at   this  period   is a tunic  medicine that   wi  give   her' a rich,   red   Mood,   strong  nerves,' and bring her safely   through  a critical period in her life.   For   this  purpose there is no other in the world  can   equal Dr. Williams'   Pink   Pills.  Thousands   of girls throughout   Canada   owe   their    present  health   and  happiness     lo   this   medicine,     and  thousands of others who arc   suffering  would   soon ho strong   if thev   would  give   Dr:   Williams'Pink*Pifls a   fair  trial.'   Among (he iiiunv voting ladies  A CURIOSITY.  Editor Kootenay ,M.\ii,.  c.  Sir.���������An unusual sight was observed  today in the city when a team was  seen drawing a wagon, the contents of  which proved to be wood which is a  solid substance found ' beneath the  bark, of trees. The unusual sight  attracted considerable attention as it  was of the kind known its cord or  firewood'. Old timers,iu ,tlio town can  remember when quite a business was  done "by cutting, drawing into town,  and soiling tho same to people' who  would use it for fuel,  It is supposed the load in question,  (which has been secured at a great  cost,   as it is a rare commodity now)  About   two milos of | w-i"1 ^<* l>'"q������l "lion exhibition" in one  'ot lire Circat Museums.    I am. etc.  '      '   ClVlf  The weather is quite soft and the  late snow which toll is fast disappearing.    ',  Our station  is   fast1   nearing   coin-,  ���������.;n t.n ���������,n~~-.       ��������� ���������      i   .i   i-    i P'ction   and   adds   quite   a  business  will be necessary in spring both tor .,p -  pack trains and the mail service as  who have proved the great worth of  this medicine is Miss Jennie, Beanier  of Doyle, Ont. Miss Beamer says: ���������  "Sonic year? ago J became very ill,  and my friends feared I was going  into a decline. I was pale; suffered  from terrible headaches; my appetite  was poor, and I grew very thin. I  became so weak that i could hardly  walk. J remained in this condition  for several months,1 during which  time I tried ..several medicines, but  none helped me in ihe least. Then  my mother got me some of Dr.- Williams' Pink Pills, and almost from  the outset (hey helped me." As 1  continued (he use of the pills, the  severe headaches left mo;* my appetite  returned and J gained in weight. In  fact, J wns soon enjoying perfect health  and have since continued todo so'.  1 attribute this entirely to (lie use ,of  Dr. Williams' PinkPiKs, and will be  glad if' some oilier weak and ailing  girl will profit by my experience.  Pale and sallow cheeks, dizziness,  headaches, palpitation of the heart,  and (he' feeling of weariness (lint  adlicts so many.young girls will soon  disappear if Dr'. Williams'Pink 'Pills  aroused. These pills also cure rheumatism, dyspepsia, kidney ailments,  St. Vitus'dance, and the other (roubles that come from poor blood nnd  weak nerves. 'Sold by ail dealers in  medicine or sent po<t paid at fit)  cents a box, or six boxes for $2,50,  by addressing tho Dr. Williams'.Medicine Co.. llrockvillc Ont.   *  I   I "j   J"l  C|  U  13  ' I  r  HUME  ef  St  i r in tit  ul 1    111 $   I J. I    1   ,1.   1 1 I   IT  7  J.  liu.t  '  1.11 At,! I      i  I  a)  ���������  ���������3  S  %  ft.  -���������=HFor Terms and Particulars as to Sale of Lots, apply to .  H. N. bOURSIER, AGENT, REVELSTOKE.  ���������Wyj-M'  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.P. & A.M.  ���������N������f  ��������� Last 'week silver reached tlie  lowest, price of recent years, being  .quoted' at 22 15-16d. in London  and 49������ cents in New York.  ?ir  The News-Advertiser pays S  William Mulock ' a well-deserved  tribute for his excellent and successful administration of the postal  department. Coming from a conservative organ the tribute thus  paid is all the higher compliment  to Sir William.  it will enable the round trip to be  made and'all, the- camp's served.  Otherwise access to Smith Creek,'  and -McCullough and French Creeks  by'(he main frails means 1,2 miles  of useless travel, and results in the  upper crooks being shut off altogether from (he benefits of the  mail service.  A  TROUT-LAIvK.  work   for   which'     provision  ppearancc to the. place  Tho Columbia Hiver .Lumber Co.  have another camp in the valley under  the foromanslrip of X. JIcLood. c ,  i-Otii' Sutid.iy school is well attended,  of late. Of course the good roads are  'jin'tc a help, besides other- attractions.  We are pleased to announce the  arrival in our midst of the brother and  sister of Mrs. 10. 'Kriekson,, from  Sweeden.  We can presume on appearances  j the double barrelled s-hot gun has been  j brought to bear ' on more than one  j person' by the way tho people arc  ! going out lor the winter.'     Wo haw to  Why yon should buy  ' Hon. W. C. 'Wells has been  successful in his mission to Ottawa  to obtain a grant in aid of the  New Westminster bridge, and is to  be congratulated on 'the result,  whiclvwill relieve the' provincial  treasury of some of the burden of  this huge undertaking. ���������  The great services .which' Sir  William Mulock has rendered to  Canada have not been confined  merely to the postal department.  To his efforts are largely clue the  inauguration of the steamship  .service with South Africa and the  completion' of ��������� the Pacific cable.  The Ottawa Board of Trade have  fittingly recognized Sir William's  services in these matters by placing  on record .their thanks ami appreciation of his efforts.  ,      ,,, t     i -   .        , ���������      I mourn the departure of Ji.   and  Chas.  should bo made during the coming; Krioksun. and soon m..re to follow.  session,,of the provincial legislature,'  is the lowering of Trout Lake bv'  clearing out the hard pan and log.  jams in the   Lardo   Hiver.     This.  FIRE VALLEY.  ��������� CHEWING :.  TOBACCO'  Because itis (he besl_q utility.  Because it if the n ) r.is t, J as I i n g chow.  Because  it is the  largest   high grade  o or 10c.  plug.  Because  (-he   tag* arc   valuable 'for  .   premiums until January 1st  WOI.  '  Because    we  una inntee  every  plug,  and , ,      ' '      i  Because    your* dealer is authorized to  l'l'l'uncl   your money if you  a ro not satisfied.  I'ogiilar-iiicotiiigs  ,-/.���������   ,       _^/        arc held in tlio ITus-  c-^.-���������^'-\--\   .(R*)      onic Temple. Uoiu-nc  ,y^i'Cjill!JMy^^=notu\ay   in  each  i^������T^5|^-~!5^k,\������^iiioriUi ut   S 1*.  ni.  itL4:?CrS-'^wvS11-    VisitiiiR   brethren  ���������*^^z������:j=i��������� cordially welcomed!  ( It. CiOKDON    Sl'CHU'J-AHY.  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I.O. O. F��������� No 25.  ^x^.if?!!        Itegular meetings nre held  ���������&$m&!m&A  ���������" Oddfellows' Flail every  oft^S������*=������OW Thursday ������'Kht ut, eigliL  '^2y&ri?���������&S������-!?������yo'clock.   Vi.sit.ing brothers  n?%ti.������'������������iAC>^J'^ cordially welcomed.  11. S. WILSO.V, N.G.   J. A. STONE, II. & K.S.  ��������� SELKIRK LODGE. NO. 12,' I. O. O. F.  MceH every Tuesday  ^^"���������'f/f^y^f^s^ evening in Selkirk  ,*#^ Wh ���������Wiy^%yVA)- !lt s o'clock,  if >^^^V YDvis'ti������K brethren eor-  \fe^-' v>^H������'dially invited to at  tend.      '  J. MATIIIIC. Sko.  spenan  pedia  .1. OUTIIKTT, X. G.  work would   result  beneficially   in;  'several ways.      The proposed work  would reduce Uie  level   of the Ink'.-  by four,to six'ieet and thi* in .'turn  would make available a   eonr-idcr-���������'  able area of good ranching and hay  land in the locality.      It.   i- stated ,  the work would al.-o 'give   a much  better    roadbed    for', the   railway'  along the shore   from   Ciorard   in  Trout Lake City, and that ' Un-ivhy  tbe CMMt. would effect a   -nvi'irgof  $60,000 in the cost of  oon-truction.  The work would involve an   outlay  of .foOOO to spGOOO. and a^ iho r-Mii't  would be to benefit  the   public   :>>.  well as the railway the   co-'i  nmrht  well be shared between tin- u"Vitu;  ment and the company.  f r.>ni <>i;r������\vn ('.irrf-iii.ndcnt.  I*'very thing i������ quioi hero at  present.!  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO Co. LIMITED  Rulihor  .Stamps  Notary  Seals  , Wax Souls  Stencils'    '  Priou  Markers  Printing  ���������     Wln'i'ls'  Numbering  Machines  Hand Dntii'g  nnd X n in li cling Stamps.  Chock  Perforator's  Rubber Typo  Crown Printing Vresoos,  etc., etc., ���������  Your Pntroir  ago respectfully solicited  Kootenay   Mail  Club Offer.  ���������������  j  v.  INTERNATIONAL  IHEH.J.FRANKLIN'STAMPWORKS  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Mr.-, tt.  <h:e!l  Wednesday last.  A !"*'���������>".' mi'!', urt  on ii.o k'.j  k-ft   f. .*.-   Xcbon   on  ���������t   \w>rkit)'.r on   bridires  ..���������tri..- .River ind:."  inj.l.'li imld  -ervice   a:   the  [H.-t-olfioc-     or  ai.'d um\o   t'i:>x  aiiio ]ip-.i< lif-r.  kopt a um,!i.<-r  f had lioen trouhlod with my stomach for tho past sixteen or seventeen yo;  ars,  i   \Vi"!nc-sd,iy   jev,,ning  iiiMirc.-aion of being- an  Tlieinclomcm weather J and, n*? I have lifcn aclins as ri dru.^ dork for thtVpn'sUh'iVte^  fiom riJtci.diiTL'. | (i^oocl chance  to try all reiiiodios in the market, hut never found aiivthinjr  un-  :   .-\\\hio tlH-oo-4-oi.oi    tv-o   rnral'1''^^'^"1 ^'h^plv ������/Hipans Talnrk-s   Lhac did me any good.    They  i.avu  i i.o t-ot'ic -   I.T Kiro  V.lU-v ��������� ihr. 1-aiM     ,U:,v!V ���������������������''������������������������������ m*''    f>t1,ll"r's ' c?nUl ll"1'1 "othinpr  oh my stomach, t.nd I had a  ,l    .-. ���������       r  ; '   )..',- '^^'MHir'Mvirnuch uioxL.iiIl lh.'.limp; iii f)U.-i, I. was  nriscr.-.-ihlc, and  ]if,.  was hardly  .i:l'uui..i,    ..msr   ;u    I-..-. *f*-,vood    Jiiiiy; worth  living     I   was callnd crass t.nd erahhed  hv my friends, but now they  13'tVolumes, over 200 Illustrations, Photogravures  .and Chromatic Plates.  This is one of the finest  . . .11 Editions   published;   with  history ol--each play, .explanatory and criticabnotes,-o-lossaries  and complete life of Shakespeare!     ' . .   '     ���������  Half Price Introductory Sale  The first edition, printed from new plates, has just been  completed. ..In order to distribute this edition rapidly wc will  make unusual concessions to prompt subscribers, the first  edition will be sold fcr $22.00 -in Cloth'and $27.00 in Half-  Leather binding, and you may pay at the rale of $2.00 a month  Sample Sets .May Be Seen at the Kootenay Mail Office.  If you"arc interested'fill in" the auachcd'form and address it to  ' ��������� The Kootenay 'Mail,  Revelstoke, H. C.  OEDEEEOEM  I'nay Mail Publishing Co. Limited, ���������  Revelstoke, li. (.V,  ft/  I-  w  i  V  The Koote  Please send r  Please send 1110 the'Intcrntitional Shakespenie, in jg volumes, ,��������� .,dveiii^d  bound 111 cloth, pr.ee $22.00, or. half-leather', '.$27.00. ,.|,c '"L V 00 ���������n 1 w 1  pay you or your ������,tle,' $2.00 monthly hereat'ier ,������������������. | (lu whok if r i, he  books to remain you,* property until paid foi in full. .     '.  Natne,  Address..  J*'aii.i.    Tb'-.'-i- ;- im riuitht .Mr (..'alhiiM , all noric-e the eliniifjrs in n  eau i .vpbiiir lh-- m.ittff A.- it i- fiiere  , are :i few vi'.-r-. rm ti,'' niip'.-r end who  . e.m't ^"e th.wi'i"!) it  A FIXA NCI A LSrct '!'>-.  'he   Dun.-mi.iir L'ovi rnmi'iil  ;.n-  to'be eonirrainlai  ui lln.  ���������IK (���������''  ia!t  Referring to McK'enzie and  Mann's applicalion for Jand grant?  in this province in aid of the  Canadian Northern railway, (he  Voice remark? :  'The governments have been very  kind to us," said W'm. Mackenzie.  nnd-William i? determined lo beep  governments'well up to bis healthy  pitch of benevolence (uith the  people's goods). William's corporation is only asking 9,000,000  acres of land in British Columbia  for the privilege of doing a profitable business.'besides other odds  and ends. Like the Lord, William  appreciates a cheerful giver, he  havinga widecapacilyfor"laking."  Complaints   come   from    Trout  Lake City that the main   street   is  fill llolation of the three and  million loan.    We :-ay ''.-iiece.-r-iu  beoati.-o it ii-so when the bad   .state  of the   Knglish   money   market is  taken   into    oon.-idqration.       The  Daily Mail referred   to Briii.-h eon-  sol.-' being down   to  0:'; ;.      When  tbe be.-1,  government t-eeurities  in  the markets of the world a real lhal I  price, it says much for   lln:   oredil  of the province,   and   for   lhe   e.\-,  CC'llcncc of tlio   arrangement.- mnile [  by the Minister of Finance, Hon,.I.'  I). Prentice, thai the    loan   .-hurtld I  have tealixed within    two iy r  " hi '  of J'li'iti.-b consols.    Hon. ^\r. Pni,-  tice's success is nil her a bad jar fur'  the    oppo.-Jtioii   calamity-hoi*, ler .  and is another   instance   of   ih'-.i"  incapacity   for Ihe   po-ilion   ul  BANKING.  'i'i." li.n.i. 'ii   Jftiiiu'lioii  K'.itil!'.. t.- un Thin  .M i,    Iv-.l .'I t- in  *-r.i:l''(.f tin- Mi.i-i,n  1-   i. I".' .i   in' hiLi-r  Hank li ('.iiiiii,!���������!( i  . Tl.i' li.'ilik ( f ''<ilnir.i lei' b;t- iij.i-tuil  at ii.M.iti I'I.Lin-. M.iii.. .md tni-  flDininii'ii li.n.k.it ."���������'t.iii-ti'.i'l, (^inbic  Tin' l.-inlv uf Tijioi.ii. h.i* i'kHiLrli1. lh.'  |itiv.'it(* kinking liii-itit������- of    Mnrninni  lll'l   Tlldl Irh'll'N , Oli i  AT   DRUGGISTS.  !   ^      The five-cent packet  is   enough ' for an ordinary-occasion  I The family bottle, sixty cents, contains a supply for a year.  -i.iii.it  SSE&s^^*-g  FINANCIAL.  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Could you find a Belter Investment Anywhere?  H.  S.  badly cut up with the heavy traffic dislinct proof (hut the credit, of thy 'umiiiiv in The Wislmin-ier.  between the mine? and the landing, province is slill high in ihe l.o  and the opinion is   exjires^ed   Unit I money marki'l.  i  ikIhii i  .'uldre--  m:  K'ootkvav Mail,  l.'i'Vi'l-lfike.  P  V.  V/ALLACE, Manager,  TOWNSITE CO.  . ��������� i'MBBICAN NEWSPAPER DIBECTORY  Issued Semi-Annually.' '       Established 1869.  tlie ���������U���������^ on'Newspaper   S.aU-.lc. in  .v,,./,>,tln7','i1'<-,,i" A<,vp|,i's'nK Apent?, I'Mitors.,Politicians a.ul nu. d',,.  malioriii8 ������   tl,0ROVL,||",,,,|,K!v,yi,Ponitesl,lM,'������������,������^'Wtl)LM*iWg,,iw.ti  n...iwshi?.iVS " h\'lf- d������������eri|������Lioii oC each place in which news miners are  Silly, JuKc'    "��������� 1,aiI,'������adff> lwttl ������������������'"9l'-iw, name and  loc'tHion  of,  Jt gives the ntimcs of all Newspapers unci other Periodicals.  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'"c ,lu  JlalMi contains other valuable tahulations anil'classifications.  The Price of the AMERICAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY k Five  Dollars���������net cash, all transportation charges prepaid.  i.^H!-\^.\\"^y\'"M'lm.'.il'"r['lin "f tlic.iiifoniiiiiioiihiiiiiillefl bj-iiiiicruinli  GEO1. P. R0WELL & CO., Publishers,  10 SPRUOI*; S'J'RJiJiT, NI5W YORK.  I  .'������j  SlBSaiflBKHl^^ I  )  TUB KOOTENAY MAIL  p.  '?>  1.  11  J"  ���������a  *.  7b   #%/cA .Aw/jre ^vacrf Draws  Attention of City Fathers.  Judge   S'pi'oat   lias   addressed   the  ���������������������������j?    , following jiioinorandum  to   the   City  Fathers :  There are some things here, , in  Revelstoke, that require more attention than they receive.  First���������No ��������� useful    communication  exist, with the farming and other  industries on the   opposite  side   of the  "     Columbia River.  Second���������The qctual City is severed,  for a niile, by a railway embankment  without a legal crossing.  Third���������The   Big   Bend road has no  .   established base, but rambles into the  City through Dominion   and   private  lands.  Fourth���������The large park, given to  the City by the Dominion, is in a  state of nature without approaches.  Fifth���������The   eight-acre     cemetery,  donated by Mr.  Farwell, has ho   pas-  , sable road to it; except by committing  trespass, which must cease. ,  Sixth���������The City has built   a .large  , brick house J3lock on No 53,thc relation  of which to the  Farwell  estate, is not  yel determined. .  Seventh���������Streets and alleys have  been shut,'or proposed to be shut and  appropriated, as if .the area closed  were not part of said estate.     ��������� .    t  These surely, (not to mention" other  things), are singular facts in a centrally situated town, eighteen years  old, which has been incorporated since  181)9. They point to some'dcfimlt,. in  time past, chielly on the part of the  authorities concerned. *>  J shall not deal afc present with all  of the.above matters, but .only with  the imminent closing of the Big Bend  road and of the road thence to the  cemetery, in consequence f of the ap-  propriation, xo other uses, of Villa  Lots Nos. 1, 2.' and 30, which, in turn,  brings to the front the question of  ��������� -���������--;.-        "KAII-W.VY CROSSINGS."  '       A,'simpler , question     than   this  question of crossings could not besub-  n ittcd to'u'ny business mind, yet very  "few persons here seen to   understand  ���������     it.      .'  The lands nt Revelstoke arc part of  the hinds granted for C.P.K. purposes,  to the Dominion; in pursuance of" the"  . 13 tli section of the Terms of Union by  the li. C. Act of 1880, ,ns amended in  1883 and 1884, the Company being  authorized to receive grants of tlie  land'from the.Dominion in aid of construction. A , reserve was placed by  the Province, upon the'"Belt" in 1883  for the purpose of conveying the lands  to the Dominion.  '   The Railway, Company,   upon   the  location of   its   line,   proceeded  with  "   construction:      This   was   going   on  east and west of the  Columbia   River  in   1S85,   when- the   town of Farwell  was staricd, and the need of a crossing  was at that t'itiie the subject of correspondence   between    the    Provincial  Government and the.C.P.K. Company.  '   '  In the registered plan of the. .town,  such crossing was shown at 'the west  ���������-   end   of  Douglas   Street���������the    whole  width of the street.".  All   this,' however,   owing   to, the  course that events took, as the. result  of disputes   and'  litigation,   cuts   .no  particular liguic'now, and the fact'is  only mentioned   here  to explain, the  tradition, in tlie minds of_many,'as  to  4 a   Douglas   Street    crossing,   which  ^ really ' wns   never   n   suitable place,  ' >   ,      owing lo the lowness of the   embank  k * merit there.  It was ata later time, following the  surveys of the town by the.. Dominion,  ' that the crossings were dealt with and  the ��������� practical   question   of the hour,  with respect to them, is only   embarrassed by references*to earlier history.  On the 18th of February; 1890,  the  Dominion, under .its   above   powers,  patented   to 60-100   acres   known  as  'Tarccl No. 1" to the C.P.R. Company.1  J    Ibis is the right of way strip, YL00 feet  wide,   vunnhig  from   the   Columbia  River to the cast limit of the   Farwell  1   Estate, hot 6 group 1, according to the  B. C. Government   Survey; D (the Dominion local surveys, , I presume, not  i not"having been then   completed' and  approved). The usual power ns, to  crossings that might bv deemed expedient remained in'tlie Crown.  . This power wns exercised in the  Dominion ollicial plans of Revelstoke,  dated respectively, 31st Oct., 1890, and  22nd June, 1892; by the indication  thereon, of the places of two crossings,  to connect the town north of the track  with the town south .of the track.  One of these crossings (which may  be called "No. 1") is where the wide  ,*. street, t hut runs along the east limit of  Villa Lot No. 3 (Louis Benoit's) strikes  the C.P.R. track. Obviously this  ' crossing is in relation to the Big Bend  wagon road along said street.  The other crossing (which may be  called Xo. 2) is near the bridge where  lhe street that runs along the south  limits of Villa Lots Xo. lO.(Levcsque)  and No. 12 (Allen) strikes the said  truck. Thi- crossing No. 2, without  doubt, is in relation to the Villa Lot  settlement, which alr-ady is becoming  .important.  The embankment at bolh these  places permits of overhead crossings.  The abovc,is in short, how the crossing  qm stion stands, and consequently in  dealing' with it now tlie Dominion  Government need not be   approached,  * unless in t$e very improbable event of  recalcitrancy or of a   proposal to sub-  ��������� stituto other crossings. The latter is  hardly practicable as the oflicial plans  are of record, and have been referred  to in all transfers of property, the  indicated crossings being presumed to  exist.  So   much   as   to     the    Dominion  Government.  Now as to the  Villa Lots, and it has not been finished  to the railway crossings but has been  deviated easterly through a portion of  the Farwell Estate and through* a 15  acre C.P.R. Parcel, as explained in the  above letter, ii which deviation must  now be forthwith corrected. -  I may remark here that the description of the west limit of the City is not  clearly worded in the Incorporation  Act, and, whether the City or the  Province is entitled to collect taxes on  some of the lands in that quarter  may be a question, but, it is said that  the city line is 800 feet from the right  of way.  Be this'as it may, the obligation to  open these 800 feet cai: hardly be upon  the city, as the continuous' default  from 1892 and the particular deviation  from the official Dominion plan, on  the part of the Provincial Government,  took place before the corporation  existed. It is not expected that the  Provincial Government will raise any  question as to'this work.    .  Without its completion and a crossing the costly Big Bend road will be  useless.  .The above default of the Provincial-  Government many years ���������ago, which,  probably, arose, from inadvertence,  does not,absolve the corporation from  responsibility in the premises. There  has been no change in" the main facts  of the situation since the city was  incorporated in 1899, and the obligation of dealing with those facts as to  the crossings and of subserving .the  public interests generally, ns to all  matters I have,mentioned, has been  upon the successive councils. I cannot as.a.non-resident pretend to know  what, precisely, has been done or  attempted to be done, but the general  impression in the public mind is that  the action of the corporation has been  inadequate. / Its duty to act, now, is  imperative to avoid a deadlock, in the  circumstances above described.  IN CONCLUSION *  so far as appears, blame does not  attach to the C.P.R. Company in connection' with the present situation.  The company is not responsible to the  public in the sense in which the Provincial Government and the corporation arc responsible in'their respective  spheres. It is no part of the Company's duty to initiate action as to  crossings when the parties, responsibly  concerned, remain inert. ^  "The Company has' not.,yet closed,  as it might, have done, and must now  do,' the passage of the deviated road  through its valuable parcel No. 3, and  it stood the risk for .years of a  dangerous level crossing where, as  travel increases, serious accidents may  occur. .-  COI������Y OK LETTER.  . G. M.'Sproat to the Provincial Government.   '   ,  F. G. Fauquier, Esq. , ���������-  Asst. Comr. of Lands* Works.  Revelstoke. B. C.  -Dear Sir,:���������' *     ,  ,������First,���������The way in which the Big  Bend waggon road enters Revelstoke  is not satisfactory.       * " '  Second���������The UominionGovcrnment,  tudinal severance by a 66ft. road of  the important C. P. YR. "parcel 3". and  they would,have to get a dangerous  open crossing, near a curve, established upon the terminal section of  their trunk waggon road. It may be  safely assumed that,,neither the Dominion Government, nor the Railway  Company, would agree to any such  proposals  Nine���������A regrettable result of the  deviation is, that it exposes tbe Provincial Government inequitably[though  of course without real ground] to the  charge of taking sides in the peculiar  rivalries which exist naturally among  the residents in different parts of all  long narrow towns.       ������.  Ten���������The obvious remedial course  ���������if 1 may venture to suggest one���������  now is to continue.the road (it should  have been done at first) as per the  Dominion surveys^ for 15 or 20 chains  to its end at the railway track, and  for the Provincial Government to ne-  gociatc with the Railway Company  for an under-crossing ut such road  end. There must be a crossing, and  that is the place for it according to  the YDominiorf survey plan. The embankment is high enough, there for  an under-crossing. I should think  that from -the point of view of the  Company, a safe under-crossing at the  end of the said road, would be a good  substitute for the present open 'crossing at Wales Street, with its ' ever  present danger, both to road and railway traffic.  Eleven���������The bank descending to  the lower ground, which,exists about  ten chains from the track, is, in tbe  opinion of road makers, no impediment  to tbe aforesaid extension, being composed of gravel without'rock's in place.  You could "negotiate" it With" any  grade desired, ��������� nnd at a reasonable  cost greatly . less than the probable  amount of compensation for severance  of lands on all deviated route [supposing the latter could be maintained at  all, which is doubtful]. ' ','  Twelve���������I write this letter'tis owner  of 30 'or .40 acres of Villa Lots contiguous to or,' near the terminal  sectiori)Of the road in question, and fertile information of yourself and- the  Hon. Chief Commissioner ��������� of Lands  and Works.  . , ' - - -  READER,  '      This is YOUR Paper.  YOU should support il.  One way to do  that irf  to  patronize  tlie firms whose advertisementsrtppea1  in this paper.    In   ordering   ineiuior  the Kootenay Mail.  A Well Regulated  Jewelry Store  is ns well worth ii  vi.-il as tin nrt gallery. The Jcwelci  and Silver Smith n  Art is one of tlie  oldest nnd flnebt; its  production* among  the most' exquisite.  If Mich things are  not artistic they nre  of little vnluc.  Largest Furnishers in Western Canada  J. Guy Barber's  ''Elllcr is patience,  jut ils fruit is sweet."  "    L;convenient    ,is  "Cw-iliny, but1 better  order by mail, than  ���������accept substitutes.  Get the shoe you  know,���������  "The Slater Shod"  ,'Are the "best that can. be, bought.  Don't experiment with other and inferior brands.  BABY'S OWN TABLETS.  Help Little Babies and Big. Children .in All Their Minor  ���������  Illnesses.  PROVINCIAL OOVI'llN.MI'.VT  J have to say that its position in relation to crossing Xo. J, is stated at  length, in the appended copy of my  letter of the 27th August, J00J, for the  information of tho Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works.  The wide street a hove referred to  which rims from .!. Ma ley's to the  town, on tin* Dominion ollicial map,  has heen roughly opened but the road,  us made, severs at least  two four-nerc  as ,long as 1890, surveyed and. made  a 'plan of the town, and in 1892, the  same Government surveyed into villa  lots, and made a plan of the lands  lying to the northward of the town  through which the said road .passes.  These two.plans are of record in ' the  Department of the Interior _ at  Ottawa, and all transfers of lands  here have been made in'reference to  them.  Third���������Tlie plans show tho streets  both inside and outside of the city;  and the 1892 plan show's, markedly, a  fine straight highway 50.33 chains in  length and 66 feet wide,running north  from the Railway track, and designed  evidently, ��������� in relation to the said Big  Bend road, (which road has been made  under'my direction, at nn earlier time  through* the then iinsurveycd. land.)  The official survey by the Dominion  Government, in 1892, preserved ��������� the  location generally, but- of course  strnightenet the.line of the road or  street. ���������     "- .  Fourth���������The Crown, thus having  made", ample and suitable, provisions  for streets and roads in the said plans,  was debarred by good practices estnb  lished'in such matters, from making  changes under any powers as to highways, reserved in its land grants and  patents, except for very pressing public reasons.  Fifth���������Nevertheless, the Provincial  Government, in 1897 (which.was before the incorporation of the city) as  the road approached Kevelstoke, set  aside the oflicial survey of the Dominion Government, nnd entered the city  by a remarkable deviation.  Six���������Having mnde the road generally  along the line , Dominion highway  shown upon the said plan of 1892,  they suddenly, when within 15 or ' 20  chains from the railway track, swerved  the road in nn easterly direction, ran  across and severed Farwell land, and  land held by the Dominion, and by  the C. P. JR. Co., and entered the town  at the north end of Wales Street, by a  dangerous open crossing near a curve  of the track.  Seven���������I cannot fi-nd any evidence  that the Dominion Government or  the Canadian Pacific Hail way Co. or  private land owners along the route,  have recognized this deviation. The  Dominion survey plan of 1892 remains  unchanged, and lands are sold and  bought every week, with recited reference to it. Hence my above opening  remark, that the way in which the  -13ig liend waggon road enters Kevelstoke is not satisfactory. The terminus or terminal section, is, so to speak,  "in the air." The rule has been disregarded that the provision of a suitable secure "Base", is the first need, in  making any lino of communication.  Eight���������What may have influenced  the Provincial Government in making  this singular deviation, and afterwards  in .leaving the deviated route in ������,��������� position, of insecurity, can only be conjectured. I myself on the spot after  examination nnd enquiry, cannot  make head or tail of it. The deviation affect the rights and interests of  more than a hundred properly owners.  The Provincial Government, n order  to maintain it, would have to got the  Dominion Official map changed; they  would have to compensate the owners  of severed lands, including the   loi'gi-  When your child���������whether a big  child or a little' baby���������suffers * from  stomach or bowel troubles of any kind',  is nervous; fidgety or cross and doesn't  sleep well, give Baby's Own Tablets.  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AGRICULTURAL  IMPLEMENTS,  '   ', " BEE SUPPLIES,  FRUIT BASKETS,  "    FERTILIZERS,  Catalogue Free.  M. J. HENRY,  3009  Westminster  Road,  Vancouver  White Labor Only.  PELLEW=HARVEY,  BRYANT    &    GILMAN,  Vancouver, B. C.  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYERS  Mill Tests Smelter Tests  Up to 4000 lbs.  j Checking Smelter Pulps a Specialty.  Have You a Doubtful Piece of Rock?  We'll Tell You what it is   *  FREE OF CHARGE;  MaiMS  Standard remedy lor Gleet,  GonorHicea and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS.   Cures Kid- '  ney and Bladder Troubles.  Exporter of Purs.  COMAPLIX  J. H. YOUNG,        -       -       -       Proprietor.  I  Best brands oC Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Travellers to   Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this Motel.  Cook's Cotton Boot ComponaS  Is successfully used monthly by ortt  10,000 Ladles. Safe, effectual. Ladles aak  j-ourdraggl6t for Cook'g Cotton Sort Cm-  Take no other, as all Mixtures, pills aud  imitations are dangerous. Price, No. 1, tlpet  box; Vo. a, 10 degrees stronger,$3 per box. Na.  1 or 2, mailed ou receipt of price and two (-cent  stamps. The Cook Company Windsor, Ont.  E&'Kos. 1 and 2 sold and recommended Bjr all  responsible Druggists lu Canada.  So. I nnd So. 1 nre Mild ;it I rout Ijikc by K.  T. Ak*)-. ami nt Kevci-toko by \V. Hews. G. K.  Curtis, nnd Canudn Uriig & Hook Co. DruBtfiht-s  "HSLJSZ Wood's PliospTioSlne,  The Great Englith "RtmttAy.  Sold and recommended by an  druggists in Canada. Onlr reli-  able medicine discovered.  Six  , . -packages gucranttcd to cure all  forms of Sexual Weakness, all cITects of abuso  or ciccss. Mental Worry, Excessive use of'.tobacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, one packajteU, sli, J5. OnewiUfteaht,  tizwilcure. Pamphlets free to any address.  Xbo Wood Company, Windsor, Oo&������  Wood's Pnosi'iioiiiXE is sold in Revelstoke  by Crinadii Drug & Hook Co.. G. K. Cunis, nnil  \v. liews. and oy Frank T. A buy at Trout Lake  Druggists. y, yyy'-yyyy  /'iy'jy;x^:<ky  yy-  THE KOOTE^ATOMAIL.  In this damp climate everybody  is more or les.s troubled with  catarrh in the head. One of  thenpwpst remedies  is��������� called  PERFECT  It is composed of two hollies���������  one for internal and the other  for external use, and will ehvct  n cure a������ near as any medicine  can.    It is sold only by the  CANADA DRUG  AND BOOK C0.���������>|!  At $1 per Bottle.  Try for yourself and be convinced.  MARRIED.  Sii:o(;kii:ii-Ok.ki:i.���������On Monday evening the 17th. hist.., at lhe residence  of Alderman .McLeod, Second .street,  by liov. \\\ C. C.-ilder, Harry Siog-  gried, of theC. I', It. Works, to Clara  (Jri.sel, of Urcstou. Gennnnv. '  1'i'1'i:ii-Tl;i:m:oss���������At   Kevelstoke,  Ii.  ' C, Friday, Xov. Mth, by Kev. C.  .\. I'rociiiiier, Ucginiild A. Upper to  Siilnia Turnross, both of Revelstoke    t '  I beg  to   say   that   the   agricultural  news   in   the   Family    Herald    and  Weekly   Sua-   is . alone worth many  times the subscription   price.      Your  Agricultural Editor is a  ������o<-A ono,and  he appears to be thoioughlv ver?ed  in  all agricultural matters."     Signed, II.  Ci.   Wade.   Ollice.   I5ogistr.ii*   of   Live  Stock, Toronto.      Mr.   Wade   accompanied   bis   letter   with a year's sub-  tcrijition,   one   dollar.     Tbe Family  Herald and Weekly Star is recognized  as   the   best   agricultural' paper    in  America 'and  as   a  fanily paper   it  excels in every department" ;  Wc extend a hearty  welcome tu the  new   illustrated   paper.   '-EAST  and  WKriT."    Its   eub-titlc,''A Paper   for  Young     Canadi.uis,"   indicated    the  Held it seeks to occupy.   The content*,  are   promising;    ihe   editorials     arc  brief   and   pithy,   unci    a   continued  story   by .1. MacDon'aUl Oxlcy,   illustrated by J. 1-:. Laugliliri, with a   promise  of a story Liy Ralph.Con nor iu   an  arly number, guarantee' good general I  reading.    '��������� ICA,-jT and  WKST" is pub-1  lished under the,direction of the General   Assembly   of   the   Presbyterian  Church in Canada, with J!ev. ll. Douglas   leaser and J5ov. .J. M..Duncan   as  editors.  USE^zs^^*  ROYAL. CfiOWN SOAP  The Best in the World.  Mail us 15 Royal Crown Soap  Wrappers, and in return we  ' will mail a beautiful, Picture  size 10x20; or for 25 Wrappers  your cboice'of over 100 books.  Drop us it post card asking  for u catalogue of premiums  to be had FREE for Royal  Crown Soap Wrappers.  Address'  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. Limited.  THE MINES.  BORN  Ca.mi'uki.i.-  of Mr. P  -At rJeinermouth, the wife  Campbell, a daughter.  Li;i;���������At Revelstoke, Ii. C, on ' Satui-  (lny, r\ov. Kith. Mrs. W, J. Lee of a  son.    [posthumous.]  Monkay���������At Revelstoke, 13. C. "on  Saturday, Nov. 15th, to Mr. and Mrs.  Daniel Murray, of Nelson, 13. C, a  daughter.  Mo'iTE���������At the Queen Victoria hospital," Revelstoke, B. C, Sunday, Xov.  9th, Mrs.'Motte of a daughter.  DEATH.  Itomxsox���������-At Revelstoke, 13. C, on  Wednesday, Xov. M9th, Daniel  Robinson, aged 5.3 years.  Club  LOCAL & GENERAL.  Nelson city overdraft is .%32,20'J.  C. R. Maxwell, M. V. for Vancouver,  died on Tuesday. '  A movement is on foot, to  establish  a university at Vancouver. <���������<���������  YM.   J3uchannan  reports   Camborne  more prosperous 'than ever. ���������    ,  The   Sentinel says a  Curling  , may Le started at Kamloops. , "  ���������    The-conservatives will oppose the reelection of Hon. Mr. 'Prefontaine.  ., A. Mrs. McDonald, of Philadelphia,  celebrated her 132nd birthday this  week.  Americans arc negotiating, for Iho  settlement of 3,000,000 acres, of New  Ontario. ���������   ' ��������� ,  Rev.. Price Hughes, the celebrated  Methodist divine, died this week in  London.  The appeal court has established  Premier Dunjmuir in control of the  Colonist.^  ,    _ _,_y, l.���������  The enterprising town of Armstrong  .proposes holding an agricultural show  next vcar.  :y(tt the three .school, t'riistccs'oiic'fiye-  ftii-esaiinuaHy.v W.J.Dickie is the, Vetir-  'ihg; trustee forltevelstokeyiiKiyinforiiis  iisylicyVvHlYliotYscelc yre-electioh. y.This  is������������������' to,be;regrett'cd,Y;isYhcyYhaYs,yforiiicd  one of.a boai^l.ofYywhbso Yinlm bust rat-.  ioiit lib city may well-beproud; ,y ���������//��������� y ���������"  ���������,yyMcLeani':J3rps.iy..Y'\yho.y-rccch.t-ly::,'pur-;'  clnise.lya;r;iiich''oii YPaxtdii:''creek,:heaf'  Cr;m'd:Prairin,Y are  y stocking ..their  newly acqun-eii propeftyY'witli iiyc ciiiy  loads of breediiigy cattle, /whichy were  rccehtlv'iaiidedat Duck's station from  G^Wyyyy. ���������yyyyyy yy y/yr. yyy  Y'yThe river 'clearing gaugareYhiiikiiigY  good yp'rogress atyRocky  'Point,yy Mr.Y  Kcefer/syvisityiipythe riveryivYfortiiight  ago eii!ibled:hiiii't6ysec':it at lo^iviit'ei-;  iuulylo Y;..;f6i-iiiy yt'gbdd idea as:ftYoythe;  exteiity6fyiiiiproyeiiieii'b:required.y;.v,;yyYy  ..;.; jyPyKcl lyi, 11 a s< p li'rcK a sed !f\ Yl ������������������ \y h 'it-:  mbi'o^f.yi''iin'^  liouscYiitCiiYi'iies^Grecky1 ;and   iritondiy  cone! utetJi hgy YiiYyygciQd Y stoppi ng-pliicc,y  .which: will-beYwclcoinC: to travellcrsiYbc-  .t.NvecnyEc'yeJ^tpl^  yy:Wc:-haveytoythiiiikytheyKingsYPriiiter  lorYthcy reportof tlieC;fiiadian:FoYrf-3ti'yY  AssoYciatiqiLY.y Tlie repo'rtis YwellYconi-  j[i i. I eii i;'' i 11 u s t rii t cd ;.si;ii d.. .p i-1 iV- t-e'd -1, V n"iy d;','w "i 11  be read withyiiitcrestb}\eyei'yY]bycrY of  trees.. Y;.:yy;-yyy /y.,yY;yyy;yyyy:y.yy ,,yy  Social and Personal  Another wedding is on the t.ipis."  T.   Dunne left for Vancouver   Sunday nij-ht.  -^   V'U)S , pong tournament is being  organized in the city.  # J. M. Kellie left   yesterday   for the  river improveinentcamp.  R. S. McLean was on a visit  to  the  city this week from Ducks.  The   ladies are organizing a   dance  .for tonight at Selkirk Hall'.  , J. A.Taylor, of Arrowhead, returned  from the Const on Wednesday.  ���������L A. Miller has been laid up for a  few days with an attack of pleurisy.  uold Commissioner Fraserhas been  on   a visit to the Lardeau' this week.  Mrs. IL1'J. 'Bourne entertained her  friends at five, o'clock tea on Friday  afternoon.  ��������� Mrs. Sherburn, of Bear Creek, lias  been on u short visit to Mrs. Willis  Armstrong. ' ������  (iranby smelter treated 5,010 tons of  ore last week.  While lead is  at a low price now it-  is no lower than in 1S92-95.  ��������� Canada now ranks third among the  world's gold-producing countries.  Ore running 739 ozs. silver has been  struck on theRamblerat McGuigan.  (iranby Smelter has disposed of 125,  000 shares to American capitalists at  ���������$1 a share. " :  'It is proposed to establish a zinc  smelter at Medicine Hat, usingnatural  gas as fuel.  The American mica production last  year was 300,000 lbs. as compared with  450,283 for 1900.  The report of the sale of the Trail  smelter to the Gooderham-Blackstock  syndieate is denied.  The Le Roi made,a profit of ifGS,0J7  last month, and cleared $117,080 for  the last live months,  Albert Hill, of London, will succeed  Messrs. McDonald and Thompson as  manager of Le Roi Xo.'2.  Smelting pays well.     The   Smelter  Trust has paid out its heavy indebtedness from ihe profits of  orations.  RAIL AND STEAMER  The demand for railway cars is G0,-  000 m excess of supply.  The V. V. and E. started running  into Grand Forks Saturday.  The C.P.R. call tenders for a heating plant for Mt. Stephen' House at  Field.  General Manager Hays is determined to make the Grand Trunk a transcontinental line with a Pacific terminal.  A charter is being applied for for a  railway from'Edmonton' through the  Pine River pass to the Pacific Coast.  Owing to the demand for cars the  C.P.R. have had to reopen their Kingston shops which they had arranged  to close.  c  Mr. Puttee M. P., endorses Hon. A.  G.Blair's proposal for a state-owned  railway from the Atlantic to the  Pacific Coast. '  Thirty new steel lined dump cars,  with a capacity of thirty tons, have  beciyplaced in the Boundary by the  C.P.K., on account of increasing ore  Ira llio.  INDUSTRIAL NOTES.  A combine of shoe manufacturers is  being arranged in the east.  The plant has been ordered for the  sawmill to be put in at Trout Lake,  and which will have a capacity of 100,  000 ft. a day.  The increasing value of 13. C. timber  lands'was shown at the sale of the  MacLaren-Ross lumber interests at  Ottawa last week when $1G9,500 was  realized for 50,700 acres in 'Sayward  and Westminster district, though  much of the land is now cleared of  timber.  ^Rowland Brittain, Patent Attorney,  Vancouver, reports the following B. C.  inventors received allowances of their  U. S. applications^ Johnson & Crofts,  Nelson, on an improved briquetting  machine, McCormick & McPhall and  Steveston, Vancouver, respectively, on  a bicycle coaster brak^, and' R.  Bride, Eburne,,on a baling press."  [y  ,  For Sale  TWO Residences on ^IcKcnzie .AvenL  modern improvements, ?^,j(j0 c.icli'33  terms. ��������� }  TWO Residences on Third Street c./  convenient for rciihvaj- men, ������l,t \.  easy terms.       , ,fe  OXE Residence on First Street e.iol, ���������%  quired $000, subject to mortgage.      .{'{  Apply lo d ��������� fc  HAItVEV, McCAItTER & PINKl'ip  '#  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  In tlie County Court of Kootenay li'-^j?  Kevelstoke. In llie matter of tire estate f  D. Hoyd, Into of ReveKtoke, JI. C, dece if  Notrce is hereby given that all per-oonr l  claims against tlie estate of tlie said ��������� j  Uoyd who died on or about the *!lsl day'?  A.D., 19(12, are required to send by posl *  ortfc deliver to llarvey, McCuner ai>f  ham, solicitors for the adniinislr-,ilor,r  before the tSLIi day of January, l!KU, thei,  addresses and descriptions and a full st  of particular's of their claims and the in  the security (if any) held by them duly i  and that after tho said day the ndiiiin;  will proceed to distribute  lhe asset*'  \r���������   I deceased among the parties entitled*  1     ' having regard only to the claims of w������i  shall ilicn have notice. *  It is Mated if Hon. .1. H. Ross-is  elected for Yukon a portfolio of.mines  will bo created for the dominion and  he will be appointed minister.  ".insuring  ':.y.y,,ri'^,nj'!y'-C4i'n^s:ivc/y-.4i?biievYriiV  _witl]\H.;XyCou'i^  yyGood programlneyaT^  ;pl;nvXCoric(2rfc;yj,;^  ^"l^fte^igh't.;^  ^.Thercy#re;liy]i^  SyY.Wilspiiv'^t^  pjpyee-has'two^iaiidsi^  Y_y Travel lerV'"Yv^  fin(iy;.the.y:besfv'Y aYncbmadatibn::irt  ;'CJ5ii,tral,.Hpt^  iyyHerc^ireyfbargainsYYfoiy-Yvoiii-YYiwint'brY  -vogctable'.siipplies: Turni"psf $L"riorlQO  'lbs.-;yParsii'ips,y.(ii'.lYperviQO 1 life., Cabbage;  $lype.';100Jbs.Y:'y/Y'Malev.Yx,yy /y,y ;.'  '���������'������������������.'-..''���������...;'.��������� ���������''''���������''y yy-y ''���������:'���������������������������'���������' " vyy- ' y 'yy-y': '..'''": -'.;  y;AY cdiic'ertyiiHlcivllmYyauspiccsof'the  Cood 'rempliir JjotlgeiitYtlieYJi^yc^F)'  diivTiiursclayiiiext^weekY yAdmission  25.cehts.-v;: Y/yy-yy; y '.y..y.yy,e-y, ^:,-y <  Rev. G. R. Turk, who recently visited Revelstoke, may accept a call to  Uwcn Sound.  President  Diaz,  of   Mexico,   is SO  years  oi   age.      He   will   resign on  January" 1st,   and   be   succeeded by  Finance Minister Lamantour.  '' J i  F. E. Burns of Kamloops fhas received the sad" intelligence of tho  death of his sister, at Brookfield.'Lynn  County, Missouri:  That the ladies have to take in  hand the provision of social entertainment in the city'is not very creditable to the enterprise of the "bachelors.  A new camp- has been struck 15  miles back of PilotBay which promises  to be a hummer. The ,ore is similar  torRossland ore, but of a higher grade.  A general meeting of shareholders  in the Revelstoke and McCullough  Creek Hydraulic Company will be  held at the Secretary's o/licc   tonight.  The big shipments of zinc ore from  Slocan to the Kansas smelters are  held at Xorthport -.pending a ruling  from Washington as to the duty  chargeable on the ore.  The fa nous Sultana litigation case  over the Ophir at the Lake of the  Woods has been closed by lire decision  of the Privy Council dismissing the  claims of the1 objectors to tiie Ontario  government title, ��������� '      ' .    '  ��������� Owing lo the cold snap three steamers   running   between    Golden     and  i ��������� year's'op-1 Windermere   were   caught in the   ice,  and   have   to remain in the river   till  spring.  ,  W. M.'Cololough, baggage master  at Xcw Westminster, who is retiring  from the C. P. I?., was presented by  his co-employes with an address and  gold locket."  DANCE  A dance will Le given at the Caledonian Restaurant on Tuesday .evening. Admission Gentlemen fiOc.;  Ladies free. Cake and Coffee will be  served at'.midnight.  Mi:s. Bi.akk.  Proprietress.  Carpenters Wanted.  Fifty carpenters wanted nt once, six  months work. Apply to J. Keriiaathari,  Revelstoke or Laggan.  iW-ffU,1!1.? 0Ul d,,y of November, IfllH*  HAUVlil, .McUAUTKIt   and  1'lNl  ol.citors for T.W. Hairi, j. JI. Kellie J  solicit*  Alcltnc, adininistr.itor-t  of lhe said est a J  Clll-  ���������y'f. "'������������������;  ;;vi:iU;  the  yy.  I':*Y^y;sYca^  Brussels; by; t lie tir res t of. KhirVvHard ie}  ������h'6y-'I:hYghsli;'^  iiigYcpn'ceriied'in;Ytli;eyaYi:!U'chi  :KingyLc;opoid.YYy --y-y: yy,'/������: y y^y/yy/  ^^vJVT\viss,y.y:the- ^'nterjSwsihgraiid  popuhu''agent'ftf ,the Mohtin?alYyLife;ofi  Giinada.; wasyili tlie-Ycity /Sunday' yaiidY  Moiichiyy;.^yH^;yysang;ihythey.|ch  YS^^e'ter'sfonySiindayrYy'Yi^  yyYjyHyScott, whoYiias'Ybeeh.-iiiycli:Vi:gc  bf^yt)i\3yERev'clstoke;;Wine,''aM  xy.y;;\vat'eryYf;xctbryyYy;f(t;  -.���������''city:  Two moro furnaces will be added  to 'the CI ran by smelter, giving a capacity.of 2200 tons a day. , Pour other  furnaces arc in contemplation, making this'onc of the largest reduction  works in the world.  Coin pahy's'Y s'pVh  Trputyl^jakeMiasYrettiriie'dvtptMe  f c>r<y it l>p^v i ii Ccr-jri'p nt h ^.iOYiS3; ������������������iyyiy r^  -yyE i'lil^kvBro'v'Y rif {yfpr ni e i:l y *Yo'[ylVcveiy  'stok.e,y;JiUd;J7^  accideiitywhicifoccurrcilytP'thesteahi'-Y  cy.byYwhicli;lieY\vaS; travel ling; betweeii;  tlie'Soiiiid'and SaiVPraiiciscoY-YyYyyyy  It is estimated $3,500,000 has  lost by New York bank's in the ' i  oil stocks.  .been,  I limp  o  Hedley City is entering on something like a boom, and building is  going ahead.  , The Mission board of the   Anglican  Church in Canada asked a   eontri  ion of .$75,000 this year.  A   stabbing afl'ray in   whic  men   took   part' occurod al  birthday party at Penile.  'Th  ���������The reports' iis\to Sir-Wi!fred jLaiirier  beingyirr;ill'UiciilDli;y:areyYunfortunate'ly  well yioiiiidiidyyySiry^Vilfrecl^ncfeuriY-  pariieilby ySii-: AVilHiinvYY ]\Iirlock,Y;has  gone tf). theYyVirginiii' liot^:ipring;sYto:  i-Qcuper-ate." ���������'���������/���������yy. :yy y; ���������:���������/ ������������������ /���������'���������y.y -yy'::y  y/y\rsy Jn-edyy-Baker, ;Yof Yy'Vaiicouyei-,;  ���������mid" fornSerly. 'of Revelstoke, .'hasY been  ,to Monacal. tbY's'ce.'hcr (laughter;off/ito  Eiiglartd;where;y.she ;\yill ystayy iyyear.  n ... ....... ., Ot'i her- returii,y\Irs.Y: Baker stopped   off  buehannan has aiTanged'io i.^ase 1:fit;KeveIsw6k^o:i;ii.yvisit yd ;Mr������Y-\\*ii^������'''  thc.-Pendragoii' Hotel,>i"t  .pji'nvbprrie'' to j >' -,; '��������� \'',/,-''-' '���������'-��������� "Y;,-y y.-'yyy--,.'.  a ^Mi-ySinitlrnndAviliY-tatf yrn^atl^  .busiiiess;Y;,;yrobabivyasY n-Mvp^ivl-iyvf! utH^ylnY^e������lotK ������'>. fnd^y.iit yythe;  bri\,l$ttrnsW\TVvV^V^  K'i"-.couclucting,.'t:he:'--"'ccroiiiony'.''  for   their  .,; Hurry = ���������up'���������. -ypur-yicirder^ Y :. iov>  'Ghristiii'as'i suits, v YDbn'tY leave  Ippy In to. i Yl|y ^S. \Vilsoii is';Yreii(J  take'youyprdei-syyy  ',   '::   y-yy   yy.Wlieiyyouycomey tb Reyelstoke^hi'il  the Centra! Horei y'Ybiisr toy take'you-to  ay.goiidY hotel.y'j Abrahamson; ���������'!*  ProiisX'���������..'���������'' ������������������'���������yy';';'.:-- '..';,���������- "���������������������������/'''���������''''������������������ ���������  .'���������:������������������. : ������������������,:' '     ���������������������������, ','.:���������������������������, ������������������   (��������� .'.���������<>���������'  Y'>M  Yypur  t lie nt  y.-vto.  liros  .out-  a  ;,;.:The KooTivN.vyyMyui..;yjub ni-iiuing'  clepai-tibentis hoivYy the be^tyoftiipped  between thcyQoast ai,idy'Ca;igsiw.;v'U^h'c,n,  youiwant printiiig.';;tb:ityy,wi.i) tfiv;crc-<Iit-"  tp;bo(h-yb'ii'-a:i(t us,'; send������������������'.-���������ybiir. orders  t'o'ltilis pilice.;;   Y���������:'������������������'.."���������:y:y"xy ':':y/-yy-y  ���������Pi'dcuhi^r.. youdt  \A'*e.t(';-rKbir.oiinl)e  uit'ur.cyy'-'h'iippiiies;  owi-.hes;  O    :M'l'.'  ;;yY^lYanagY;:r;Hickei^ybfyYthey;yIva  says Yii ryiivipprtydu tyyon'/ lead willy iio t  tjcndlitytHc; silyer^lead; niiiiersya  :.'tli sit^' tlie' inii!pqisiti6iv': of/thcjytl u tys-i������';; 'iiot-  'advocated ::byy:a;singleysilver-]eailiyhiah  iiiYYBritishYytJblumbiiiiyv^Y  wa,ntecl.'was,;reduceci freight"aiidysiiieliy:  ihga^ites. y---^  iii i n i h g; ni eii,, 116 woy ov/y 1 icy; fay bred yriiY  reductipiiYY;iiisyYtheyydiityYY;Y,"ph yniiiiiilgY;  siipplicSyfuSeypP^^  etcYyyyyY:;1.:y|Y^y^|;y:-Yy:y;yj^  yyy YP;vE;Y Hpl 1a nd; con tributes-aiiyar^icle1  tirtlie:JMiii,iii&:YWo?}d pii,'tlie'yiniiesyof.  yFislr;'Ciie'pk;].,but.:ijo^^  Jle^ribcs-IJiey^i^^Yoi^  grbujiYas averaging ��������� |iU300 it*'YtciWyyy;;'���������LTIie  Ypres'ofyPislyCrcekyirc good eiibuglipiiY  fclieir ym'crits y without; ;Y siiclYi YYgrpsslj'v  ���������e'xtfgger^  "abqu|jth'cmvy;y;Siicli".;^  yinjurc-Yii. campy:yYT\voY'|)hptogi'ap;]isY;of,  they Michigan visitors, to ytheYiprppcrty  corn eybu t'Ywe.11 yY:' y yi.y:y:;.;y yy y-y y/yy-yy'  yyThe Paystreak;;is: rough on .Prcsulent'.  Shiiugliiiessy's ibtcrviewYpnithesilverr,  .lead.; problem .y Yy Our'/ cpii temporary  reiiiai-ks;-;:yy.:Y'Aaii!in;(wlioywould; .say  tlii3t;lheyG.P.Ry liad/rediiccdYY snicltiiig  l-a'tes'-.dO^Yo;75 jYier yent has;,iid;';re'g!ird;  fpytheyy'trufcli? yyy Aridy furtYheriiio.rc*yy:t  nian;,\vhp;with;i,he.iiuilacity toyask;'fiv.e.'  iiiillionysiine;Cana(liansytoy Ytilx y thebi-,  selves l^centsiiypouiHroh aliytheleiid  t hey.:', use'; .in:'., .order ; to:' pro t eat y To ii i  Shiiughnessy's'^$25JOO0?rcliiieryYi!las-a I  The Grand. Trunk have granted  their engineers and firemen a rise in  wages of 15 to 25 per cent,' which it is  claimed places the schedule on a par  with the C.P.R.,  The Trans-Canada railway to be  built between 0;ucbcc and Port Simpson will, be 2,S30 miles long and is  estimated lo cost .$95,750,000. It'is  expected the railway will ������ be completed by 1007. ,    \  A strike of 50,000 trainmen running' into Chicago was threatened  1'ist.weck in consequence of the demand  for a 5 per cent rise in wages being  refused, but it isnow stated the matter  is being adjusted.  The YNTc\vs Advertiser says: "Robert  A. Pengcliy, of Mt. Pleasant, has ; left  for Revelstoke,lo enter the service of  the C. P. R. Mr. Pengclly was a  prominent worker of the Mount Pleas-'  ant Methodist Church, and his depart-  uie will be much felt in church circles."  As the result'of the visit of Mr.  Williams, qf Montreal, superintendent of rolling stock, dilliculties between,the C. P. R. and'the car repairers have been satisfactorily adjusted.  The men will be,paid in future'by the  hour instead of bx,the day and' will  receive a substantial rise in wages. ���������  Valuable Property For Sale  Three acres of land adjoining station  grounds.   Apply to ,  H. C. FRASER,  Salmon Arm, B. C.  TiMK  rcopiviiiB tenders for  Ncls'on, ]!.,(..., public biijlriiiiK licaling ap  the  J.    x  ���������   p,ii-atus is hereby evlendcd from the Ilith to the  2Ilh November, inst.   "  ���������liy order  ,  V11K1) CJKLINAS  ,y       . .,,,..  ...   . Secretary.  Department of I'uhlic W orks,  Oltawn, llitli Novcnibre, 1SKI2. "   "  CEIITIFICATJ2 OF IMl'KOVH.W  f A  NOTICE.  Alice, Alma and Motlicr Jxido Silncnili  .lilualo in,llie Lardeau MiniiiK Jlivij  A Vest Kootenay Districr. 1  Where located: On lhe divide between  ton and I'ool erccKh. ,  ��������� TAJCK NOTJOK that. I. Win. li. IK.)  acting in .iKent, for W. if. Jackson, iu  ner's Cerlilicate No. itMtltl, inteiiL.1  days from (he dale hereof, lo nppiJ  AliiiniK- itccorder for a Cerlilleatc of lii  meiits for tlie purpose0of obluiiiiiij.j  Grant of the above claim. j  Arrd further take notice that act g.  section 37, must bo commenced hufor'-SU  mice of such Certificate of Iiiipi-oveiucil  Dated this 18th day of October, JiWi   -1  WM. E. DKVEHEUjX*, P J   .. ��������� f  CKIITIKICATE OK 1SIIJK0VEJIE  ., NOTICE.  irarvey Mineral Claim, hiluale in (i  dean Jlining Divinion of WeslKooleis  1,1-ict. ������  Whoro'locntcd: On Pool creel;, ab'-J  miles from mouth. , I  Take notice Hint J, Win. E. Peverou.N  nsngent for riliai'les Jrnrvoy, Free Mine'  liflcnie No. II (i"602, inlcnd, ������isly days f.  date hereof, to apply to the lMmiiiK 1!',  for a Cortillciiteol liii|]i,o\'uiiienU-,,for>L  po^eof obtainiiiff a Crown (ir.intof llij  claim. '        |  And further take notice that nctioiVL  Section .'17, inuM. be coiiimenced before 111  unco of such (,'crtillc.ilo of liiiprovciiicini  Dated tliih2llh duv of .lulr, I!).U  ' Will. E.])E\'EI.'EUX, 1\  LABORS WALL  \ ' *" _ .   .  There is '.a strike of carpenters,  plumbers, electrical workers, plasterers  and tile setters on the C.P.R. hotel at  Vancouver.  COURT OF REVISION.  A COURT Ol*' REVISION AND Al'I'EAL,  XI under the "Asse-.-inent Act," will bo held  nt Kevelstoke, in the Court, House, on Wednesday, December 10th, .1002, at.ll o'cloc'; in the  forenoon.,  W. J. DICK HV,,  Judf,'o of Court of Revision and Appeal,  Revelstoke, Nov. 13th, i!)[H.  I"  and'  Mrs  >!-'  on  eight.  Slav's  k'.. ��������������������������� .....  y The YW. Abrahaniion YYAtKlit:  Trout Lake'stands i'eath- ;ty bil'er  ofj'iniUicement'to t:hosey\v1iy-\viisi)'r  , :| chr'ise.J'ot'4,foi1;.-'.private pi'"bii'siiics  ;;-;Jo.liii'- Y.Bcott, ciigirieer ofY tlre': p^wer11!0ses-: - "-VS-��������� /. ���������'/.-'Y' y^  scow-.,!! used' in.cpnstruction of West-  niinster bridge, fell overboard'and] wa?  W.yYlf..:, McDoiigalB'ytlie'  ngent of;'the jH'ternatiqiiii  '' '   iheci'tyYTu,'   ''  Ml!?th..a_tYsurpasseth rillaiiiclorsfcnnclin^  A^l,.then io.get1,up.and;YtclIYtiicyworld  ;';j that the CYP.I^viisy'fostering .'vtlio leitch  ' "jpcUistry in, BritishY Gohuiibia:���������Gpocl'  "Lord deliveiyus.,:  GRAZING, REGULATIONS'  For Manitoba, the   Northwest   >i  ��������� tories and the Railway','Belt,  - '      British ..Columbia'.  Tenders for a License to Cut Timber on  '   Dominion La*nds in the Province' ���������  of British Columbia.  QK.U,ED TENDERS addressed'to the under-  kj signed and iiiarK-ed'oii the envclojic " Tender for Timber Rorth No. 316," to be opened on  tiO'J7lh December, next, will be received at  (his Rcparlincut rinlil noon on Wednesday,  the l'lh December 1!K)L', for a license to cut.  timber on Jlertb No. ''Ki.siluatein tho Province  of Rrilisli Columbia on the wesl side of the  ���������(���������popular  chnni-n-nvM ���������   WHh ^ ^en Pe "to Yiin ai'ticle. iii.. last]  Columbia ri suggest; a tax'  bachelors to relieve'tlie treasury  ofthe heavy .cost of education.     "  ���������PHI'  i:ii,in-i.fie.citv.itiesaav on ins montb vinyy. ir .a    ' i-   n  y.ryr-..���������."���������Y"..','v"f������' -  y^d/itUiyimey^^^  lu-fedoitt'-- ivtil-Y ' ���������/'/'���������    Yy'YY   ���������;������������������������������������ ���������,..-  ,,��������� >.; ;i Pcisonany'ieccivc ya  dollar: for lns^ lii-  ���������:-M.ch  ���������05,  senu.,j.ii  drowned.  Dean Paget is receiving great credit  at Calgary for a sermon which he  preached on the sanitary condition of  that town.  >ace  Complaints are made ahout  sidewalk on IJoyle avenue south  having been put in. Thcelrei  bad sTate.  eet'is  the  not  in.a I  you Want  Ghi-ist!i,;ts  lire; KooyY  ���������;".:: ���������Mei'cliiinft' ar'fy'n.'qiiYcsteYtl ���������; ic  iheir 'Christmas-ads'Yaarly-ri,*��������� t  in this paper'is.linntcd.;��������� ;T/  to secure .yoYui" shii'r'c- of tlie-  trade iVii,!idv.ertyseiiieiit''.'.ii)-'  i-:naY;Mau, ii; iU;ii^(:es.= ity." '���������;';Y': y..Y   v ���������'  '  ;Mi-., King has opened; a photo st.i'u'i'io  in"- t he premirrC.-i reoc-ntly. vjicaied    '.by  j'tbis   |ni|)(.'r aiHl ;f.>raY:-!io)-,tyt)n;i*   will  j make n special ty;cf iiiini:\ hi ri! pb' ;tos  ..v. yy- --������:-- ���������   ''���������'���������'   pei'cst>'tlieywh6!o:ofYthc cash going.to  Braccbridge,piiti'-j,Jlessrs. AVrjgl;Vaiid-'.i: Caesar"  other  and   the  jiartner   Uarlow.  i '���������'������������������ yV������  j;AI.,ly;foryOniari(y>T;<rth,;'.:\yho recently j;esthte:o.r the  i>^ited.iJevfiJst;ol:a;jn';.. coYi>;rioetioi������;''\V-.ijfh''|.;Tiic   j.lijo;... ���������propos'ed.Y luiiilKTY.-ii  i.Arrowbe������y|,Ydie(ryai ',% ���������oast;fror:.:wliieli.05,000 slrares ;ai'e   treasurv or  typhoid. ,; J, A. Tiiyl')!-, of Arrowhead,   morey-tlnui, -half'ythe',ycapitalizah'Oii-  ���������'had iie<.;ri-iisBO������iiu;te(l- with-jin,i:. fw ."20 :They'purcbaH(J vpricc /ai 'propertied is  ���������yW>M>' bash- aha;5'ji,3i33';. ;fu  iieetionyvviUi riiecapitalizatioir is ^li^OOO.dividen  lul.iislry;,.-.iit into yi25,0Q0Y-al,a.-es--rif,"$L.00��������� ciic 11,^'of  Coast; from yvlr'iyli.05,000 ''ahare's ; a re   treasiii-v ���������r.i-  ���������ar.-i.  ' ,\ farmer named  Pobt. Ilcddel  f-11ot at Loduc near lulmoiiton  neighbor,   JJuekley,who then  violently insan*.  .\  Chinaniiiii  \i!ro wa.*-roef-nll  j ii red  at  hwgU.  lil'OOC  ���������vie. per dozen.  II. iino.;of p)i.}'.y  was.| "ropclies'.'".' ''.  by his|;y THirKooTESAVyMy  .became !(-;,������������������,,,., ;Vi!j |.e ctippfj^  ...   ;y.y   I00:!   fin-   :ji2.(i0. ''those'   ly'* in-  siijiplieil   freb'-for'the'"  .internallyyhy being struck'by   a  TlnVpi-oniiuin inelu(l  board died at the China Joss-house on   Ontario, goverubrs. ���������  k.vav ,M,ui,'oi)iee.  b*als  i cai-rie:  ISIC:  el  ;tn/i  ii  W'edncsd.iy night.  - Sjieaking at Xcw York Archbishop  ���������eland said that within a century  Canada will voluntarily become part  of the L'nited .State.-.  .\11 sorts of political rnmor.i, jii'nba-  1 >ly all false, .still come from tbe coast,  'i'lrc-e rumors suggest a recounti  of the ministry uith  JCherts as premier.  . anVl \V:;r,k-'r.v  to.th.** Oik! ; of  'i'lapers ,l,,ei(ig  b:ilaiici.:.i,f ,.lii(!2.  s poi-Iiyiy (ff-.'ili  Ib'ini.t. to ' !\oof-:  Y OiiMIio ooeasioii of :^f.iss . Jiv: rDuiiii  ; leavjng'fbr the, Coa*jt she \v,i.s 'jsV'ese.tit-  |.'0(i by Ily Cook', oiv'behalf o/yth'c;;cli.bir  Y'oi;Mbe'' pre.sl.iytei-ia.ir., chnrcbj . ivit byi  handsome rbinnourc. set of sterling  silvery with hai idle yet wit!i"',.tnrie'tli3''.st.������.  Miss. Iliiiiii -was 'q0y(j .presented by.  Ti'iv-'|i-ii".: <(; ��������� Ovorgi.''," in wlibsp , enij-iloy  '..Miss;. ..'Jtiy.vi'y ��������� fony..rly -wny with '-.'--.i.  ii'iirrby brush 'and ei/mb set of Ystet'liiig'  silver., yi'ot/v ,priye;iis w(,r'.,;i?i'!'-'''"'i  iV^ii'.J. Ot*y l;ai-ber':-  y.siiurc.s.  .���������biii'. and  ly. paid-up  -,;.i. his,;covers ,the:Gphir-CoIuni-  yls-agt;Chjtu.ee-in.)iiin'tr leases.-:  A PLAIN TALK ABOUT CATARRH.  This stone Is of the finest'quality,  and Is mounted in 18k. gold.  Wo personally sdlccl our Hl.'imond.s from  tho "cutters" stock, anil MUh our t-\port  kiioH lwlao of gems, au Inferior quality  iit-vor enters our Ktock.  Our new illustrated canloKucwill  be forwarded on request.  We cheerfully refund the purchase  price where any "article selccled  is not perfectly satisfactory.  Ryrie Bros.,  Jewelers,  Yonge and Adelaide Streets,  Toronto.  of I mile on tlio west .->ide of said river conlain-  inpr an area of 3 square miles, more or less.  ' The regulations under which a license will  be issued, also 'printed form of tender-and envelope, nn y bo obtained at this Department or  at .the ollice of the Crown Timber Agent al  New Westminster.  Knuli lender must be accompanied by an accepted clicijuo on.a elmrlered bnirl: in fnvoiii*  of (lie UoptiLy of llio Jlinister of the Interior,  for llie amount of tlie bonus which (lie applicant f, in-eparod to pay for a license.  No tender by telegraph will be entertained.  .    i'ERLEY G. KKYKS.  Secretary.  Di'piirtmoiit of Lhe Interior,   .  .  . ,J  Oltawa, November 3rd, 1!)(I2,  Leases for ^raiting jiurpo^cs are i������-ucfl.  term  of twenty-one year*, and tho rent;,  the rale of two cents an a ere pur .innuir  able half-yearly in ndvnr.uc. &   "    >        L  ,   I/inds included  in a frrnxinR lease nvi  wilhdrnwn for honiestead entry, -nlo  way purposes, bnl. no lental is charged t-l  lands from the dale upon which Iheyarr  drawn from the lease. .  . A lessee of fri'iwin^ lands is not cut il led iM  liny thereon, but he may, upon npplienti"  Iheaifcut of Doiniiiion Lands, obtain eael.  lhe (Irsl permit to cut on  his leasehold  ever quunlity of hay he may requires  own rise1,'free of due-, I lie ilcparl moiiL icsiJ  lhe rifrlit to issue permits to other npplici j  Aiiplications   for   fjiM/iiiK lcwes shoij  made to the Secretary, Department of 111  Lci'ioiVOttnwn. f  Seerotary, Dopartnienlof the li/.c-.l  ',���������%-,  OF  NOTICE.  AJOTICK 'is hereby Kiven thai thirty days  -'i ���������    il.rt0l>t."Jt0 ] '"tontl apiilying to the Honor-  iiolu the Chief Comiiiihsloner of   Lands and  v*. orks for the iierrrrission   to  fell  and carry  iiwiiy timucr from I he followimr lande:  v,  -      'J'JiMUiat UKUTir No. 1.  Commencing at a lio-t marked "M. ,1. IC  planled norlh or Sam ilill creek, on C.'aleiin Hay  on Alex. Loker's north pre-emption lino, about  ���������SU chains easL of his northwest corner-posl  arid about two miles northeast of Upper Arrow  lake, Galena Day, '���������outhwest corner post.tlicncc  east l(ii) chains, thence north 10 chains, 1 hence  west K50 chains, thence south in chains to place  of commencement. *  Galena Day, Nov. 1:2, IKK.  In  lie  ; e 11 <  'an'di.'wf.-ri.'  ..*--/i|<*iidid  l'X'.<.  stb'CY  credit to thiYj-fsouree;  ol  tn.-:  e.-tlH/IIsljKH':  Jfon  uctKin  I).   .M.  Jack   I'm  rvis and lhe other ���������J.  players .selected to reprc.-enl JI. C. o  the all-Canadian football team pnf-.ic  thnough  Jlovcl  lour  on  |i;i!-.ied  .,   . stoke thi.s m<irnintr   on  their way to JOn^land.  Aii inipurtiu-t letter from .Mr. JI. (I.  \\������de. of Uto Dominion Shorthorn  J.reeders .\',.sociation, niijiears in the  J'aimly Herald and Weekly .Star of  Montreal    ,|lis    n.u(,,,_       ,t   mi(|s   fl(j  Ul>]"'> "It ha.*, been my privilcj,'.-  'I' |r,;"l l"i a number of voar.s from  tniifto ii,���������(!. the f.-ii-iiiii.K'i..'ij.ei'.s not  only oi oiu-own country but of tbe  l'nited States and Great Urilnin,   and  Hays theT'opiiy���������"'linyi\-,oj  15, Ifiiine A Co's wai-ehoiise ,  jileted. , It; is one <)( the beyfc  ted .'lfolh   inside aiid outside  building ola like ua tu re.  deau.   . Yy ,������  * ���������.  :  A   coiitraefc '-'with  k oil . (j,  is,, eoni-  .'ippbin-  of   anv  CHURCHES.  in the '.L'ir-  1    thi;   ,'Krof/i'KNA:v  .Ma il.for jtii'-a'dvertisin'^ spiieeY in , i^  coliiiuii.s is iv forecast   l.l .shn.'ivd tlii.i.si-  nesH ability, and 'lhe ubiiOsi. iiVini^iiato  and continuous .stiec<y,s in 'liiisiness 'for'  the advertiser.   '��������� A re v. i< ('���������,'.��������� ,,f t}lt; \lir^,  arnoiiiitof lidveYrlJsipfj'e.a.ri-ied  ..by 'tho  ��������� Mam, year in and , year; our.,   and (,h;i,t,  by the  most   shrewd 'mid' aur.cessful  btisiiiCHfj.firms,   shoiild ��������� he coiicliisive  enough,'"lha.t   money   .snent   (Jiiih i.s  money wcHspei.!.(y' .and 'when'' pi-op-  ei'ly dcliiied, iiieaii.s |i';i'mmieiil,' f:xpan-'|'Xr  -'<"> of    hiisiness    po.-.sil,iilii.i,.;<    |,o������|,h(:  advertiser.    Advertising is |,|i(: r,iai(net  that'-draws the dollars, j|, i.f Uie l"in-en  that .shakes oiit'lhe   |;^y   |j  niay .be   aebiev(;d    in.  judicious iidvcrli.Hiiiy  ,    .���������.���������.;��������� pT.yi'CTKK-s.  iiiiduy .oveiij.'njj.J-Jev,'  ���������,'.'oijec!,iii.t:  ior', tly  lessons ;;nd  ���������''.,. ' bi  'who is.   <;i  fund, rea<  St.. Pete.y  ing tlie pi  sirengtlieneil 'by tho. \  f.eakeandT; W, .T-.vii  I the  f,:lb-  'ii\yr  v. C. A.  A.fr, ��������� Jieer,  bisliopr-ic  prertched ni  ���������hii'l-  ������������������much  i rocunier  clioir; wiia  oi.ee.-)   of-  I'.  htic  liiisinei  thai.  'i'.V  ������������������ NOTICE.// ..  A   meeting of the 'Ladies   I.fc  ���������\ul SocioXy, ivill be held in Fire  2'on  Xov. '22nd al,  of .1,1 iYo. I'r.esirji.  <|irta.l  .I'fall  aiiifduy   afteniooir  next,  ',',.'',() o' clock,  'liy  nt [M;-y (,!;.ii-ii(.lie,'s,  . .\f. K. J.aw.son,  oid  1  ���������  ne inimheiv.of.,'111 ICar, Xbs.c  i���������it:,bitirmi!,lhf. editor devot-  es'-a , yonsklerable   space   to ' ii. 'very  elear d'ycript-ioii' of ihe flifl'erent forms  of.catarrh,-and r/f;a treatiiient: which  ; is., curing cases, u-liei-e other Y methods  yba.ve..im!,i.l>  A -large numher' of these  Unay   are   (b-scrihed so-plaiiily  as   to  !givcevei;y hope of aeiire to those wlio  yiuive   sull'ered for years, especially ��������� ������'*;  j thenciv treatment'can lie followed   at'  j ho/iie.. Fordcafpebplo there is also a re-  ! port iijiori;tliov cuccessftil treatment of  jdefeytirthearing'i.y'e^teriuilaj^dicMtioii  i "''.M1..'.'-"ywimri-fary-of'fo'mo' really .-' re-  fitiarkalyriyases'coretre'.eii-after'' ope,-.  i;������-.t:ibri.s'...hav;e been, p:;rfoniicd;   Yr'br-lhy  ylierrciitof those-ivboarb interested   it  is.announced that a'freO copy of   the  \ "Jb!i'rrifil''."rj;'in: he obtained bv   addros<  j sing, i the lyditor, 72,   I^wmVh'.  \'iir^m.  | rorid;,-  LoiKK/n, 'I'biglariil,'   Will,   (,bc  .i.'journal'"   ,i". Hpeoial     ^Supplement"  j '.vill.be c-ricloHOdwhich gives details of  I, tip wards 6ixl<i ciscs cured by the   liew  j method during the past hioMh,..,i.|������(); u  | Report  Form liy riif;i|.iis of which iiny-  ooc. din ; olitaiii full 'particular;*   jn'id  free advice its to the''iiHe'o'f.l.he . irenl,-'  bie'nt. at home.      ���������������������������'���������������������������    .  WANTED  Advertisements jindor this heading  will be published at ono cent per word  per issue.   Cash with order.  PITMAN  liCGESSES  In the Delta Jlnnicipiilily and Lois'in llrJ  '  laifeofLiulncr.  ���������iv?,11'- J.V m- .,li.l!l1 "''" ���������,c" b-v Auction n'l  I,?,   .<n.',,,',V,ull'(;.'^0,,, ^'"tl'iy 2!itli NoJ  her, 1002, at two 0 clock, p. rn.,  850 Acres Delta Lands  now known as lhe "linperi.il Kiirm,".Mt���������a  Jownshiji.o, Wcsliiinslci- District. Siv  with roMdence 111 the , '  .���������    Town of Ladner  and nn island in the I-V.iscr lliier. clo-.  Ladner, Known ns Loi HZ  THE AllOVK |."AH JI LANDS will he oll'ere*  ols to suit  those  dcsin'na  1   'ifo  or s, L  lod.ni/sand  will he gohl ������on ll7o u>UoM  tonus 1  desired:   aipcrcent cisliand ImIhW  ""JprtBiiKe ill. live IHTCcnlpri-a,,,,,,,      K  11 \oper cent ol principal payable annually.*;  'ni'iwri,-iV^N,i)'s -\rk i>������.wnei) :������L  1 .,;���������,..;,,'1" ',l t,00(l "I'ltoofenllivalionV  iij^ar*0'50^""'"^  Grain, Dairy or Slock Fanny  present an 'opportuniiy rarely to he'n-$  with lo ncimirc Mrxl-class pr-opert es on m t'  favorable terms and are ollurcd 1'or" ,le^  McNcp/r of ll,������ 1,,Lo yu'' ''^i V  l'lhh- ''iV^ICUUlW   nml  plans  i������������������v*  obtained from the auctioneer, Ladner, II.C  WANTKU.���������Oiii'peiili'rs to work inside.   Apply Mume Hlock.  WANTI-:!)��������� Hotel    propiiei  get  registers at the lv.  .Mai! ollice, Jlevclsloke.  tors    to  ootenay  O. I*. It. engage nnotlier graduate at  sixty-live dollars a month lo commence  Pitman's Business College.  Opposite Hotel Vancouver.  Home 'Grown YmiMm  OABI3AGI-;, CAIlltOTS,  POTATOKS, TUUNII>S,i-'  FIREV/OOD.    1  WANTKI) 'J'O SELb-A tliii-cl in-  lei-i^t in a Hig Mend inie.-i claim  IViee fp.VWJ. Apply Kootenay Jbiil  fillice.  WANTKD.-'I'o lease or purchase, a  house nf from five tn eight rooms,  fiii'iiinhcd or unfurnished. Apply at  ollice of Kootknav AlAir..  STAftT A PAYING IHJSINRSS.-  j l!''come iridcp.'irdeiit and lie your own  I JOSH. A ni'w mail oi'der business,  can he coiiducti'd by nnyotie, anywhere; fjiJ.j (o $'it) per week easily.  I'.'richisc stump for particulars of our  marvclloiidy Hiiet'cssfiil plan. Ud.  I."(iiiiii'd, Dunthis, Out.'  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Second Street, Revelstoke  Also fli.si f|imii|y of well cured  TIMOTHY HAY.  Don't fail to givu me a chance to fill youronl.*|  lean hiipply yon willi farm produce of hi'M.M  quality al lower prices ilian you can procnj',*  from anyone else. . '*  S. 1). CWOWLK, )[  nevel.stbkc *  I  YMok'en/.io.irnd JNIiin'ii.  Giliiirdii Atlantic,  may   ln.iy   |.h  are  Tlie   F/iiterpi'i^d   .brewery 1 (!,-,.  putting, in an . iip-to-dntc; sleaiu   K!n'  fil.ii nt for culling. lire\voo(.Ltli is'ivj liter."  MAX LeCLAIR  PRACTICAL TAXIDERMIST  KAMLOOJ'tf, B. (J.  Furs and Skins Tanned.  .Specimens   by   Kxpress, will   receive  prompt/ .'ttterijlioii.  Wing Chung's newly im-  ported stock of Chinese  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke of  useful and ornamental  articles:  Tea service^  Plates  iliwkel.s  Cane Chairs  Handkerchiefs-  Flower Potn  Umbrella Sliinds  Lunch JJahkets  Smoking Jackets  ,    Silk GoodH.  Kinc-I slock of candies and fruit in (own.  "    FYront Street, Revelstoke,  Confectioner  A full  nnd complete  line of  GROCERIES  Coriiei'iMcIvenzie  Avenue I. .^  mid,Railway Sti-et'lS  /     A,|

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