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Array READ BY,,  5,000  PEOPLE..,  Provincial Library  rv~- ' i  '.j.J ~     It,  , >  ',1,.     ,-i  -' .       "V      - ^. * ^^*Jl'  M"  : Iff  &���������  n' i  THE HOTEL VICTORIA'  K. E. J.KASON*.  VICTORIA. -'     B. 0.   '  AlllVlftllll .Uill ICtlKilC.lll il "1.111.  iihti'imi I'l.'M $2.1(1 mid L'rm.iriK.  '      Sli.<n. ......ml. .-iiiii|iIl loom*.  --y-zr-mraTTTCTMn.-,  *'  Vol. lO.'^-Nd. 32.  REVELSTOKE. B. ,C..'NOVEMBER'7, 1903.  S2.00 Per. Year  ���������Leading'- Dry Goods  House of Revelstoke  a  ' '   *;������������������ -.'*������������������ , i  * ' ���������  Stocks, 'in* all 'departments are now  r .������* ',������complete for ''the Fall and Winter- .,  :     /Season.;/ <.'. ''���������:-'    .- ', \      ���������   .    ���������  THE CUB I NET.  Recnstructed  With   F. J. Fulton  , <f resident of the Council.  The    cibiiret     w.f-s     i ccuiinti nctcil  Thiirbdny  when 1-7 .1   Fulton of K.nn-  oopi wns suoi 11 in'as   piesident uf tliu  council,   and   portfolio--   ii'minged, .is  follows:        . ; ''i       . '  Premier McUiidc, minister of mine*>  iind'provinciiil seuietm-y.  II jn. It.F Green, chief coniiiii-*-.ioiier  of Innds nnd ri\orks.' i  lion.  Chin leu' Wil-aonj  1\. C, attor-  irey-^eiieiiil.  lion.'. K.   0.' Tmlrnv,   minister   of  linn nee. ' ��������� '    '  '' lion. Mr. Wilson is the "irly ine'iii-  liei-1-.ho will' have' to be le-elected.  Piesidcnt of the council dinwa no  s.il.uy .ind does iiot'iequue to seek ie*  election.        . - '  THE EU.        GUY FAWKES DAL  ..>',. <! "      ll       ���������       ,  ;'���������5Myfto-W.eap''l)0pt:,  ���������i  ���������*���������*    ���������*   ���������>' -*^   *.        j.     ji t*    i        n ' i* j ������ >   ,    '"'      "*���������'  *. u      K v-     '  r    I**    , * r w , - *  r;:/-:0ur Stoek' in this department is the ^.   -  ,^.>Best in * the-1Kootenay..,  Blouses, ' . ;-  ;',"'. 'Jackets, Skirts- and Wrappers, all'" '  ". y\. the -latest styles at moderate prices...,, I -  i,-������  MAIL ORDERS.   ; / ;   >  Wc pay1 particular attcntiojYto Mail Orders. *  "Samples sent to any address.   .' -"      ������������������> ���������,,-.'���������  8-  W JG-EORaEi  ��������� -,     . ���������      <-,'���������; -        . >     -    ��������� *---       ,,v "���������"���������-���������>.  TAYLOR   BLOCK. McKENZlE AVB., RHVHLSTOKE.   '    , -  - *��������� fafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafa  tA7W^BomHE, *^|  "'f Boots: Shoes: .Meri's'-Furnishings,'   "-���������-��������� '������������������; ���������>'' -f  -fa:        ---' ���������        /-,!*!. 'tt n      c        J     ''-��������� j_ '' ���������  ?., ^,.-,������: y-. -   -- -l --Clothingr-HatsrGaps, etc:, 'etc 'fa  0'  i  fa  ,fa  f - Oapss' Famous' Mackinaws; German Socks, Mitts, etc.  Canadian Rubber' Company's- Rubbers and Overshoes. <*������'  i    Bargains ih Boy's Winter Suits and Overcoats.   ^  *  fa  \ -     - REVELSVOKE STATION, B. C. ���������j,  fafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafai^fafa  CAMBORNE GROUP.  Meeting, o/ Northwest Development  ���������p   t   Syndicate.  ' At the iimiiiiil'iiiccting of the .above  syndicate, .Jrul^e Curtis, the ne\v;nres-  ident, occupied the chair., .The following borud of diiuutjrs ������as> elected:  Captain Thonnib Muslin, G. Mruini,  Edwrird Ulscth, John IJ. Ciirtis/Jos-  C[ih . Hermann.'Is.i.ic \Y. Frimodig,  \V. S Cleaves, Fied' Ilnehm, Geoige  K.i.\ nnil'llniiy Noi they. Mr. Cm Lis  is the only member elected from the  old bii.nd. Ed w.i ul oath, \V. Firuik  .rui'ncs.'.iiid Daniel Fither w'eie elected  auditois. Next rinnua! meetir.g . was*  fixed for Octobei 31,-1004,.it L.uuiuni.  The genei.il'-oflice'wns, changed, to  C.iliunot    _.' y ,  \V. 13. Ai'ideison uigeil inipdi t.ir-ce  (���������f raising $10,000 icquncil by Tuesday  to-.itisfy Inboi claims and thus-ralcein  the Goldlinch froni sale 'under,^liei-s  The company would'be in a position  to pieseut a . 'aisiness proposition  to the llosenlieiger l'mspectiin:  syndicate.- Si vend speakers nl-������;cd  rnipoi t.ince of nt least meeting -the'  $10,000 debt-.* It was si.iled I'etei  Holm.in of Hancock and 20 associates  arc prepared to formji pool and i.lise  the $10,000 immediately'if the stock  holdcis fail     ' ���������    >��������� , ���������>���������'        - "���������, '  ; AT F Kosenbeigci since the recent  mectiii'ir !of 'stockholdeis has secuicil  fiom the o\vueis\ an- agieenient to-  t.iko enliic ��������� payment "of- $23,750 in  stock, provided the company , is ieoi-.  gani/.ed" ilnng.lines be .laid down. If  a new cnmpiny is.orgahi/ed the l-ilioi  anib'supply ciejliioi- wemki extend  the payments 30'aiul GO days, provided"  a pair p.jj inent is made. iIond.i3'  This extension is nnule on' condition  ol reorganization and the resumption  ol work atan ca'rly ilate l!osonl)i,i<_,ei  anil ns-ociates aie piep.ued to make  p.iymentjf an agieeable aiiangenient  cur be rn.ide witli lire  new    directors,  We rue aibisee. that in.ittcis are  piogiessing towaids a t satisfactory  ���������settlement     ' .,  Excellent Clean-up���������Practical Evidence If Value of Fish Creek,  ,i ,       ;  '���������Gold.Be!t/t  ���������  ������������������y- -- 1  J.,Knox, M. li., general rnanageiv  of the Calumet and B. C, and J. A.  Mngee, one  of  the, (]i;pctor.=, came  out   Thursday with "t(ie" month'.-  cleim-up of the Eva stiijnp mill.  Tho( mill * ran 4(J8 "ihoui-o (just  under'21 days). 705-Ions of ore  were'milled, and this- ijicltuled a  quantity of schist ninnii,ji only  from $1 to $2 a ,ion in gold."' Tin*-  schist would- not ordinarily be  milled, but.hruK to -be jjut through  to get'it out of the way./       -   '  The quantity of gold bioiighl out  was 38;") ounces 'trov* is eight. , In  addition 41 tons of concentrates-  were .saved, which will probably  give goo'd values.; /Hie rjtssull of the  Eva run for'tjnee 'weeks therefore  is between $6,500 and- $7,o00, and  wilh'approximate ia gold yield of  about $10 a.ton. ,.'  '    j*   '[  The nianagcment of theJCva and  the shareholders of tHe Calumet  and B. C. aie to be-'congratulated  on the eminently , satisfactory  result. The manager, Mr.* Knox;  was determined thin trial run should  be a fair te"->t of ijieliooinpriny'-*  property without nny,pidl<ed quart/,  and we feel, sure it'is.'', The effect  will be to  create'reneive'd  faith in  Celebration 'by L. 0.  Blues.  L. and True  ... ..../���������lia^a1 ^.^x^MgaWiMrfdafaA a^aA^CTaawwiiawriiMi^iM  Mail  Order  Dept. ,  Write  For  Samples  LIMITED.  .Novelties.  \Vc have just opened an importation of " RliAL  JAPAN KILN-FIRED CHINA," most beautiful and  artistic,  Come and have a look. We want to show them to  every1 person. Thcv will please you whether you wish  to purchase or not.  Five o'clock Tea Setts.  Berry and Fruit Bowls.  Gups and Saucers.  Separate Plates.  Another hiyli class novelty.  Tinneriffe Lace Work in Doylies  and Five O'clock Table Drapes.  G0ULDING.  \  BATTENBERG.  The Real Thing, at one-half the usual price We  have made a direct import purchase and can sell these  Real Batten berg pieces at prices that make them within  the reach of any one.  R \l M \l lVI 13 E R the Dancing Season is near and  our Dress Making Department will be overtaxed. Call  and see our Modiste and get yotir order in.  I i LIMITED.  Millinery and Dressmaking Parlors Second Floor  S   A "Great Attraction   Coming Next  Mondays  The Mmidor Colliding Company  will appi-ai .ib the Opera hotibc Monthly and Tuesday nights under tbe  auspice*, of tlir Hand, nnd it is to lie  hoped a goo Ily niiinber will tuin out  to show theii .ippi ecu tion of the B.ind,  who will iinitei i.illv lienel'it by the  entertainment, besides enjoying a pio-  gr.imme thnt. is well spoken of bj the  prcs*-) of the \.niotis towns uhcic it but  been pic-cnted     '  Of the comp.iny "o \iait to Nelson  the News fcii}!*,: -'The M.iridor-Gonld-  iiitr enter r.iinnicnt List night pio\ed  to be a delightful novelty. The two  little gula Itn/.el Knjinor und Mildred  Bnssett weic \eiy ple.iMng in dunce  ,iiid cnoii ^oiigs. H.i/.el'a Kgyptinii  d.nice being \eiy taking. Mi-������ (.ioulil-  lng, the English cornetist, was the  star of the evening, and it is a pity  that she did not give a greater niiinliei  of select ion-, as her c.veeplioi. ally line  playing uf this, lhe gieatest of all w ind  instrument--., was much appici-iati-d  Her niilit.uy select inns which she.  pl-ryed in iniifoim mnde n special Int.  .Miss Mai idoi's peifoimance was veiy  tood con-idi-ring that she has heen  under the due tor'a care for two davs."  J AihIci>oii Ihis completed the laying of SO lb steel this season over 110  miles of tiaek from live miles east of  rircamoiis lo Mow itch.  the' orebodiest .around iCnmborne,  and Fish creek should "shortly become one of the.mo'it active mining  s-ectiona of the province.']?       ��������� ,  - twTmines.  S'lver i^at-Sil.V . "        ,'?;--    ''     *'  ' - ( ' *���������..  A stamp mill has been -sliiiteil at the  Gold Cup at Vmii-." ������"���������" .  "Several KosslaruL'niinea pioposu to  [mt in cimce. tr.iting plant's.\    ^,  'The   Jo*,ie   has --paid   $100,000^ in  prolits dui ing the last ni'ne njonths  A 200-ton conceiitiation.mill is to be  put  in   at   tlie-lr6ii''.Mnsk;'at ."K.iiii-'  loops." ' ���������> ���������' v 'i  * i. , ...  , Owing to claim   jumping at Poplar  it ii lea led th'crQ'n'iav'iro*"*i)iirev  sboo't-  ing theie. ._   y,     ..   -'    j| ^ ,.  (' Tluee feet, of rich ore-have been  stiuck.o.n thut nTst-'Cli.uice" neni  Sandoii' A 1 ' .. .."' _ vj "r r..~'  Two new fuijiaccs have .heeJf "blown  in Gi.iiiby Smelter, making six yi all  now woik ing. , 4V'  J. L. Keiallack coiitiadicta the ic-  poiii that the sinelteis are raising  lieiglitand tieati'iient rates  Fernie arid Michel iiinics.-ire blocked  with coal and coke w Inch cannot he  shipped ow ing to G. 1'. K shoi tage of  cars* i  The appeal case of S.uidbcrg v Fei-  guson,ovei theil.uni Ma kid in Tinuic  liasiri, was disinisseii' hy llie lull coutt  at Yancouvi'i Tlruisilav, ".hulye  iMmtiri'sfdi'crs!on being thus upheld  G. \Y*ntuilovi,'one of the ibiectii:-. of.  the LeKor aird Snowshue. lepoits the  former as looking pioniising and e\-  presses himsell well pleased with the  outlook for the Snowshoe. i  The conciliation committee appointed to ende.ivoi to settle tin* Unite  mine tumble failed to anaugi- and  thousands ol people aie now leaving  Butte, many coming to ljiiu-.h Columbia.    t  The  Itossland    Minei  The members of the True Blue nnd  L. O. I.. 105S are to be coiigrattilatid  on the very Y,*e"!-"**t' entertiiiiimeiit  piuvidcd lor their ninny friends in'con-  i.ection 'with the Guy Favvkes celebration ol the 5th inst. Tho'siipper  w.i ���������> nil that could be'desired and wns  tlioioughly enjoyed by ' lire" 'Inigo  liun.bci w ho fiom si.\ till nine o'clock  wi ie iluii entertained. <>,  0Au cxi-ellent prcgiiiiiiniC'-nf iriusii-.  ii'i-.itnliuiis nud nddresses wns listened  'to with interest and enjoyment by the  I.iige company tliut w lemnine'd for'this  p.ut of tbe evening's pleasiuo. Among  those ,v\ no took'pai't. were -Mrs. Bews,  Mi's. O'Brien, Mrs. -Twccddale, iW!-*.  Lie, INtiss Riddell.rMiss Swift, Mcssis.  Bi iinctt nnd Itcv'ds \V. C. Calder and  Mrfntyieof Sandon. Ihe chiiirmiin^  Eil Ailnii, htnted in tbe comsc of his  lcinarl.s that, the inoceeds would,go  towards the new "oinnge hull. It,was  expected the piovinci.il celebration of  July' 12th, 190S, would be held in Kev-  ol-toke,'and* the cornoi*"sloiie-of the  new building would be laid. Avery  pleasant evening- was ' biought <to'a  close by singing" the National Anthem.  ARROWHEAD a  Raid  &-  swing  fea r t  THE  Ideal Shoulder Brace  Simple in Goiisli uctiou  ��������� mil I Hex poii-i vf,  ONLY $1.00 EACH.  Drugs and Chemicals  \V>- ini-ki' a Spi-ri.illy  i.| |li-pi'ii-ing    .    .    .  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer,  n-\i iiiinii- ninc-k.  MhiI (lui. i - ii'i ni c  pri.iiipl nili'iilii'ii.       I  ser ions  trouble on account ol disputed recoid-  ing nnd stnkuig at 1'upl.i.' and suggests the govei nment should appoint  a commission to inquiic into and  settle the disputed cases to avoid useless litigation and see the men entitled to the claims get them  I!. G. McLeod, foi mei Iv of Coinapliv,  seemed a G0*dav bund on the Spvglass  gioupon I'upi.ir Cieek lm $;!,">,U00.  Theii,id i������ llnee and one-half leet.  wide, the n.ijstieak fiom six to  fomteeii inches. In the pav*-lieak  the unusual sight is seen ol native  gold and native silvei Iving sale by  side in the ipiai I/..  At Ti ou l bake vesicular 10 I.inge  chaiged with disobeying onleis of  Goid Coininissioiiei l''r.i>.ei to lemove  ccitniii stake-fiom ihe Lucky .Jnek  at 1'oplar, was sentenced In local  justices to tlnee month's haid laboi  at Kelson. Lang was alio foui,(I  guilty of stealing oie fioin the -.line  claim, and '-onimitted for ti-al.  It. Hodge Ferguson, sohcitoi of Gieat  Xorthein .Mines, pioseculed, and A.  II. Macneill, K. G. ol Kosslniul, defended  The mill being elected at Tirnl for  treatment of War Eagle oies is rathei  in the iiiitine of an expei inicnt, with  a view to ,i*>cei (.lining the best plant  suitable for a big plant. The null as  nt picscnt ariangcd will be cnpnble of  tioating 200 tons a day. The building  to accommodate the plant is to be 10.)  ft. by .'100 ft., and will be Sri feet in  height. The building will be toofed  with galvanised iion. The concieto  foundations for the building and  mnchinciy rue nearly completed. A  stoic will be built adjacent to the mill  and will be 12G\100ft.  Young's" Store [Building  '"'' ' Destroyed. .   ^    ������     ���������  ,fas. Havvlcy's^co'ttagc vvill sooir lie  linis'hed. .,* ��������� ��������� " ' ~<  The lm iid ing boom   is   in fu  in.this lapidly growing town.  E. 4. Kerr has mnde extensive im-  piovemcnts to the Ariowhead Hotel.  . Mi-.Titblado has-the iiddition to liis  pietty little cottage nearly completed.  ' ,Capt. L Fr-nser is adding to his cottage The 'contract is in the able  liands'iif Jnmcs Lemuel.  , Mis. Columbus Is occupying then-  new 11'-idence, Mr. Coliiinl)iis] being  riigagid .with the llig^ I'enil Err '.iber  Co'-* c.iinp up ibea lvei. 1 n  MT and,Mrs. Kimbeiley have taken  up then lcsidence in tbe liouse lormei-  ly occupied by-'J. I). M'cPberfaon. ^Mi.  McPlu-i-nn" is~ncting as pile diiver  foi'eiiian lm thb-Big Hi-nd Lumber,Co  Hairy Cook,\ ot the Big' Bend  Luinbei Co.,dia^ linisln'il Ji|s ,'cottnge,  iiinl i> mi ly n waiting llieai i ly'.ilof Mis'  >"obk from the east to" once, again  stai t hoii-ekccping aftei >.i long spell  of ���������'���������balcbing.       --' ,        ._ i;'  * "A i_* weie glnd'lo see the gonial face  of .And lew AndeisOnJagiiin l.t-i week.  Mr. Anib-raiin left hurriedly last  August loi Xnrway. owing to"n ciible-'  giam aniiounchig- the mm ioils iHne*.*-  of hi-.'*agi-d' iriothers Uruoi'liii alely  Mr. Andei-n--'nn ived in Nmw.iytoo  late In -ee bis unit her alive.-  The inaiii fi'cncla nf Mr. nnd Alls.  Livingston will be glad to he.irth.it  Mis Livingston has letiuned to Arrowhead alter some weeks spent in the  Revel-ioke ho-pital. Mr- Livingston  isi'pnilv ir..Mining bei u-u,il health,  ai.d Mi i.ivmj-inii i- .wealing "'lhe  slliilei'i.u  wont conn; nlV.'X  On Thursday evening .-bout 5 o'clock  ���������1 heavy -(pull struck A now head  Though it did not last ovei live  seconds it had foice enough to lift  Alessrs. I'i'id it Young's new stoie  entiiely oil its Inundation and deposit  it a complete wieck 'twenty feet Irom  its loiuier position It is e\tiemel,v  foitunalo that no one was pa-sing al  the time 01 the mgent need of au  eiiieigeiicyhospit.il would have been  'lemoiisii.iled once moie.  Speaking of 1111 enieigeney hospital,  the ."content tnat happened to Cha.-.  JXniolici of tlie I'dg Bend Lumber Co.  shows lume plainly than anything  that this is a 111.1 tlii that should be  pushed fni-wMid with the utmost  speed. On Tliiusday evening Mi.  Donoher was letui nine to 1 he hoarding  camp, and catching1 his font between  two l.ula fill and bioke bis b*g above  tlii" ankle A- it wn- eomp 11.11 nely  evening .Mr Donoliei I >\  calling fin help lur srvi 1  Mi. Taylor nl S S Nosa-  went lo his nssist-  iielp nf  sonic of lhe  late in   llu  on llie tiac-  linie, vvlieii  land, be.11 nig bin)  anec and with I he  men f 1 (ini rln i-.iuip e.ii 1 a d him lotbc  Big Bend -a i*|*ing i-anip   wheie he lav  in CMifiut'   pibi   all    uighl   anil untii  tin- in rival   nl    tin     Hani   at,   Id a. in .  w hen Dr. Sin hoi laud came  (he brnkeii limb in pla-lei  lelllinal   to    llie     I!evel-tiil,  uul pi.11 I'll  I Inl in hi*.  ���������    lln-liitlll  Had we had llie 1 rnergency hosriital  Mr Doiiobei would have bee: spanil  many bonis ol sutl'eiing. vVitli the  many iixlu-ti ies now in pi ogress here  nny moment inny biing forth 11 serious  accident thnt may result in tho loss of  a valuable life owing to the want of a  piofessiori.il man 01 skilled iniisevvho  knows vvlint to do and how to do it.  A telegiani from Victoi in says public  woiks ol iiigeuey and necessity have  been slopped lliioughout tbe piovinee  a- tlie hanks lefuse I he Mclbidc g'>v-  erninent fui llier ciedit. The government is now devoting iis energies to  tlie deshuction of crows, for which it  offers n bonus of Gc per iiend. Scandalous! "  BAD WASHOUT.  Engine of No. 2 Dumped into Fraser.  No 2, due heie Monday morning,  met with an accident which interrupted trallic fi.i three days. The accident  occuired nliout 8 o'clock Sundiiy a-t  a point four miles east of Noi tli Bend,  nndvvasdue ton washout. The Engineer snw lhe hole mid promptly  applied the hiakes, after which he  aiid liieiiian jumped. The engine  pitched ii.to hole and rolled down the  bank, a (list.nice of a ISO feet, into  the I'Yaser Biver. Tire express car,  which w.i- next to tlie engine and  lender, remained vvilh one end ovei-  bangiiig 1 be wa-hout hole. No one  was injured A temppi.uy biidge had  to be coii.stni(������i,eil across lire ynwjniiig  chasm. v  Uf   We are-opening up'tlie finest lot of .  lis  '  ' < >?  Inna  and Glassware'.';  ,thal has been seen in town  Our Stock of ,'.   - , >k '  Stoves, Cooking Utensils ;  and General   Hardware  1 i        j ,       ,   -1  ' i-1-    .'    ''    ,   ,   is very* complete  Hfcaciquarters for Groceries xA'.  \ of Guaranteed Quality.-'-"," .:;���������  ^���������������^a������K^^������!ltMI^^,^^-.WJ.^i^..^������g\  j        ���������      , -       ,   ������   j.    * .    ' "..li',   "T* "Z ''^"I'JC  ijj_miiiijjmm>jM���������11���������wilmm' ; ,-ii"'AA'X'fi  0 11   "  ."-   XS\. X   I .'"< ���������-;" -*^'C'.'V  i nl -������������-       ��������� *t- ^*-1  '; SfOCK MUST BEREHICED. ;  ' ��������� -20 Per,Gerit;pispunt.for.,eASH;;;x;  on the following" yodels:'     ?- - -A,- '      t-  , Dress, Goods, Ladies' Mantles, 'Golf- Capes,4-Dress:-;  ���������.-'     " '    Skirts, Furs'and" Millinery.   ~   A ' -������-  10, fer Cent -Discount for "CASH -: i'  . A ���������"      -   , '     on all "other" go.ocls: '-       -     , )<r V-- 'A  /Flannels,- Flanneletts, -Wrapperetts, ���������- Dleached ."and"-yn-_&  bleached-Cotton. Sheeting,-? Prjnts.  Ginghams.,, Napkins  'Table"  Linens,   Ready-N'lacle   Clothing.    Underclothing, j\  ,.-Br)otsr,Shoes", etc."*'" -  ,. ��������� A''Afix  . -' '.v*'-. Aifl  AXt'yAA,  ' ���������   *-' 'vc,-*HL  ���������    :xAAa  .,  I i/s-    A'   VT-J  . xy-yyyi*--'\  j    1 v '     7  ..y.,-XA^f\  <��������� "''  T*I*J  .^^/^--X-itr-^A.-y -'  We make this offer at the" time y'oirneed' the goods,  not after the" season is over. 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4    ' . rTiiK .Kootenay Mail,
' PIkiiik No. 13.' Revelstoke, U.I .
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making- tho KOOTENAY MAIL the
most valuable advertising- medium In tho Kootenays by Riving-
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ing community. * I have great faith
in thi'future of the country, but I
should not have it' did I not feel
���sun; that the corner slono of the,
future edifice will he justice and
Nov\ ia Jjritish Goliunbia'.s growing time. A vigorous policy and <i
vigorous government are the needs
of, the hour. i\ow that .so many
thousands ' of minors are leaving
JUille, Montana, an effort should
be made to attract many of them
to this country. They are amoiig&t
the moi.1 intelligent minors and
nro-pecLora lhe world over arid
their immigration to British Columbia would be :i great aid to the'
development of our mineral wealth.
va ncement, progress, and safe-guarding of home markets for such home
products as lumber.
hi Inking the  stand that he will
only accept ns  his'advi.sers men of
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E'      '" & J-. TIARDY fc CO.
BO Fleet Street.    -'- Lomios-, Enli-ami.
inracier nnd clean
live-*- Lieut.-Goveinoi Joly wiil^arn
the (.'.-ileum 'nnd affection of'the
great majority of the people of,this
province. livery 'good 'citi/.cn will
thank from hi-, heart cur governor
for the stand he liiis taken towards
placing 'public life on a higher
plane. We icgiet to --co Ihat
Joieph iMartin.should linveatlaeked
the governor foi the ".land ho has
taken, and this attack comes with
bad gi ace. .The best-men of, both
[initios* will back up the lieultnant-
governo'r both 'at- Victoria and Ottawa. , i   ,
It. \
A~    X
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,   *      BAIUtlfeTEKS. SOLICITOUS,-El'C     ' ,
Okkicks :    Molsons   Bank-   Hi.oc-k.   Ill i i.r.-
J ^ STOKE.'B. C.
,*. Honey to loan. " ���
,  Ortices: Iievelstoke, B.C.; l'oitfetcelc, K. C.
��ko. S. McCakteh, a
Kevelntokc, H. C.
, A. IlAHVllV,
Fort Steele, H C".
, BAitiusT-ERS.,Solicitous, Notakiiss'/
'   -  - .      -  Public, Etc.
Fiist, Street.
Revelsloke,' CO.
,"'. . y Mining Engineeh,
(Mem.  American  Institute Jlining Eiigiiiei i-l
(Item. Canadian Mining Institute 1      ,
l"  . Revelstoke, 11. O."
"K^miiinalion of and i (-ports on  ]Uinuial Pin-
u ._->       -   periled.miiuci.ilt>.-
JLH .'"  , Jlining Engineer and Jlul.illingi*,!
-""-' \' j    '    _   SPCCI11.IIIS-
EAamination*.  and ItLporl- on   Miiimi:   Pi op.
* crties.o , '
Specification and  Construction of Mining M.i*
'-  'chinery.      , '
Test- made of Ore�� antl foneenli.itioiifo! CJiJim-
me and Cyanide Tteatnient \ *
Hydraulic Plant;.  -   ���        ��� ' -��^-. ,
Bedford McNeil Code    '
Tt' is   maitei    of   icgiet .that   a
r-eelron of I ho,press and public men
of   Canada / .should   rittribute   improper inbtives to   Lord Alverstone
icg.'iiding tbe.clecisionin tbcAlaska
J-loundary matter.    'Jt is safe to say
Ihat gentleman, from "the fact that
ho" holds'   the   highest     judicial
position in the gift  of  the nation,
acted   on' the   evidence,   and -had
good giound for   his decision.'   His
action is endorsed cby   many prominent   men   who  have'studied  the
problem, and so high an authority
ns  SiH'Sanford' Fleming   decl.nes
that in the decision Canada* bus got
.ill that is coming   to   this country.
The people of Cnn<ulachnve a'gr.ind
hciitage a*-, it is     Let them .develop
it in a proper-   ni.inner  and  in'the
in lei est  of   the  whole   people, and
tlific'will   be   no   nece.-sity  for the
wild  jingo   talk   of   Gotirk-y   nnd
some of In? ilk.,   Tlieseru-e Ihe men
who would like, bvj their   braggart
language,   to   ni.ike' w,ut, but who
would take veiy -,'ood care to get as
fai.away as possible from.the scene
of tumble if.it came.
Our knowledge and experience ��ill lie of gie.it
���Lssi-tance to prospective buyei- Ke\cl-lol,e
ia the safc.*.t city in the intenoi for ical esl.ile
im estments.
REVELSTOKE is grow ing.
PHOPEBTY i-ad-ancing. ,
Do not leave your money tied up earning a
-mall rare of inLereH We can -how >ou.m
absolutely safe iincstnient that will ]iaj jou to
imc-tiffate. .
We ha\e four cottage* for rent.
Financial, Real Estate, Insurance Agents
We should like   to  sec  an  effort
iii.nle to.induce, the government to
take up" tlie 'question "6f   eonsti uct-
ing an eleetiic -traniu.iy' from deep
water on the nor tif aim   of  Airow
lake to Canrboine   'J'he sooner construction t and   operation    of     the
public works   lecHiucd   to  open up
the  country are \igorotisl\   undertaken by the government ihe better.
Thete is no better point at which to
begin   the   woik   than   Fish cieek.
That section ha*-, wealth undieained
of, and the work could be exlcnded
up  Fish  cieek  and   to   I'ool and
Mohawk cieek*- as occasion icquiies.
Another matter   that,  should   have
attention   is   the  construction of  a
government smeltei and lefinety on
A now lake wheie tbe ores would be
tieated at co.-t.    liriti-h   Columbia
deni.inds men   with   big   ideas and
the ability to cany them out.    The
du\s of ii peanut policy have passed
nnd the sooner tbe governmentgoe-
i�� for a stiaight policy   of development In  construction   of   rail wait,
tiamways. smeiteis   etc.   the better
will it be for   the  country  and the
mote   rapidly   will   the   gieat   re-
sou ire= of this piovinee be developed.
The   McBride   .government   has
started in with the most incapable
and   unscrupulous   administration
yet seen in  the   province.    In fact
the existing state of- things is not a
patch on the worst days of the corrupt! Turner   regime.   The  public
ciedit"is   in'the  mo-t serious condition, and  the   new   government
has shown   itself  absolutely'incap-
able of handling   the, position.    A
career of  intrigue   has   set  in  at
Victoria.    It began  with the humbug over John Houston's  appointment to a cabinet  position.    John
iwas to have it and   then be waisn't.
I'remicr    .McBride     recommended
Houston and'when he got a slap in
the face by the lieutenant-governor
refusing   the   lecomtncnclation   on
legitimate    grounds,     instead     of
resigning anil   lighting bis po-itioii
like a man,' ho simply sneaked away
with the excuse that  no, doubt tbe
lieutenant-governor was'right.   We
believe he was, but  it  is  most dis-
ereditable   to  , McBride    that   he
should have endeavored   to advise
his honor to do an   act'of which he
is.now ashamed.    What sort of   an
adviser is that to be entrusted with
the'governmentfof the country?    ���
Then   we,   have     the   attorney-
general, wlio ought   to   stand  for
right and' justice,   lending 'himself
to a 'piece of low-down'trickery over
the Fernie election.    If the   liberal
candidate tlieie'had   the mo<-t-��vote&
the people liu\ov.i right  to know it.
If he had not, tho liberal party will
loyally  accept  the   verdict against
them. .But  instead   of  allowing a
fair count th'e 'government schemed
to have ballot-bo'xos'sent to Victoria
and then, refused' to, give them up
so theie may  be, a  recount.    This
'Fernie election savors right through
of  public  scandal.    The returning
officer was a  partner  of  Ross, the
government candidate.  lie rejected
certain ballots, which   were plainly
marked for Smith, the   liberal, anil
then after making 'his   declaration
shipped the ballot-boxes to Victoria
instead of holding- them to aljow .t
lecount, by the  county court judge.
The returning  officer   then   placed
himself beyond the   reach   of   any
writ   in "life-"matter.     What   the
public   have   a '.right 'to  know  is
whether,   h'* -   deliberately     acted
wroiv;full\ in   the   matter to assist
hi-; law, pnrlnoi lo obtain anil lelain
the --eat and   rlien   sought to avoid
the lemedying  nf   any wrong.   -At
all events  he   lias   a   most nj^le, coadjutor   in   Attbrnoy-General'"'"Mc-
Phillips, the, man    who   has   been
tiying to impi ess on the legislature
in  his speeches  some   hundreds of
times that be had a conscience,   in
view of the miscarriage of ju.stice at,
bis hand over  the   Fernie election,
and for the coiuliti^n   of things for
which he would appear to be hirgelv
icsponsible. the public would like a
little more   information   about .Mr.
-Mcl'liillips's   conscience,   and   the
libeial members  will   not be doins;
���theii duty if, when the house meets,
they do not insist on a most searching investigation of the affair.    We
dont see what  right a rejected candidate like McPlullip?   has anyhow
to hold   the   position   of   attorney-
geneial  and   lend   himself   to   the
defiance of   tbe best interest* of the
people. l
��� (From i Correspondent )
Vic. Carlson intends .giving it dance
shortly., to  wliich  we rue all looking
forward,      < ���   .
,,'Our mayor, Mr. Mooney, continues
to take a father ly inteiest in our town,
which would Ije lost without him. -
Judging fiom the number ot births
here lately, the population of Jllecilli-
wnct would seem to be incie.ising
daily.    - v'
V. Carls-oil and A. Htcele have come
in from the south'ruul intend doing
considerable, ��� work ' this winter on
mineral properties in which they rue
interested.    ,-
A grand faiawell dance was given to
Misij tirillitlr, who bus been on a visit
to her sister. ;Jn fact iL was one ol
the   most  successful . gatherings ' we
have hud here.       v,
.    . c
This is n great place f-.M-sport, (J.
Sclinlli .mil W. McLcllnii seemed twu
mountain goat at Ross l'euk wheie
goat arc plentiful.' On the lullowiiu:
day Lire siiine spoils took ,t 'do/.en,
trout from a pool not 50 yards I'roiir
the Windsor- liotel. ,  "'
Shoe Backbonetr
A -weak inner . sole
is1 spinal disease'
a &
' I'nmi oni own Coiiu-Dondenl.
���i Mis. Manuel, of Field, was in town a
few days last week. ' at
Tlie M.iriilor-Goukling Co is billed
heie for'Friday evening in Abnel's
'The Yale-Coliiinbi.i Luinbei , Go's,
null is shut down just now on account
of h.uing no logs in the boom.
Satuid.iy evening being Hallowe'en
theie woio quite a lew u-icko "placed
round tow n,by lire young folks.
Jlr.. M. u tin and family -returned on
Sunday lioni the east, wheie they
have been vrsiting friends for lire last
six weeks.
Mr. MoKissOck
heie toi Com.iplix,
build two barges
"Lumber Co.
While pulling out S. S. Jlinto on to
ways for icp.ur*> on Thursday, .uid
while, making fast the lopes and
eables, one ol tnem bioke allowing the
stem to swing lomul warping the
cuulles, but doing no damage io the
boat.     ��� , -s
e.s. c
,3 .one reason1
why,'the' Slater Shoe., is strong.
"hidden'' parts.
and  son   h.no   left
. wheie   they are to
for    the 'JLirbor
For I-Ieia
s    'For Women
���>, REVELSTOKE,   B.  C.      /
'    Better than a plaster.
A piece of fl,um��l dampened with
Clr.iiiilx'i'l.iin's Pain Balm and hound
Lo lhe aifecti'd parts is supei mi- tu ,my
plaster. Wln-n troubled with l.iine
hack, f (il- pains in the side in- (.best,
Kivi-iL.tt.ii.il and yuu .ne cei lain lo
tie nun 1-jjLl1.u1 ple.iM-d with piompt. n-.
In't w-lin.li lLaliords. ]i\n v,,|t. |,y ,,]|
ili-UKK'sts.    -
OTICI. is hori'l)\ Bucn t lint 1 inrl\ rl,i\s (iTIcr
d.ilol .1   (i .ipnh   In llio. (Jliiol ("oni-
niissionoi nl IjiiiiI, and Wml.s lm .1 <.pi'cnil
licciiso tucut iiiiIc.iii\ im.i\ li'nlii'i rioin llu.
lollo-.wiijrdi'-c'i iliiirl l.iiiits. \ 1/
bilii.ilud mi Suniiiiil Crci'l. IwkiIimi.u Unci.
t)i'���'iiiiniit,' at .1 posl 111.11 Led ���'.! (loi ion's south
i.'.isf ciiiiiim iN'o ,1" abimt luiirKcn milts-, tip
ciuck. and 1111111 in''; noi Hi SO chains, ihcncu \mj-I
otl cliinii*-, llicnec south SUcli.nii;. tliciirocist SO
chains lo point ol coui.iicnccincul
Nelson, U. C , Sept J'llh, lllli
1 Vii
It.has-become gc
cads Uy fine
cncrally kiiown' tliat Wilson
Tailoring.    > Our'New York training gives us the
doing-the work. ��� .,'._.'
See our display of Trouserings for the trousers season.
Our Fall stock of.soods has arrived.     , UNiON'.snoi
-\TOTr('i:isl*oioln ki\(	
X\   'dalo I intend lo appli Iodic   OliicLCiin
11 li 111> rla.\s aftui
High Jinks at Hallowe'en.
,    *    : NOTICE. ���
"VTOnCK is hcicliy Kiwn tli.it tlinlv rl.tis
X> nriui^d.ito I intend tonpph lo iiiu Clm-I
(.'oiiiiiii-sionci* 01 Lands ,ind W'oikt foi* .1
special liconsi* to cut and c.uiv mi timber
ftom the follo��iiij,'(leseiibcd lunds, viA:
failunlod on Suminil cieek. IC00lcn.1v in er,
���ibont 1.1 miles ii)) the cieek und licgiiinint; at .1
liost nunked .1 Mullicaiirs noitheasl coinei
niiiiiiiig thence wesl 4(1 chains, thence soiilli
IWcliiiins. Ihence east Iu chains nnd 1101 Mi IliO
chains to |)Ointof coininciiccniuit.
' ,. , ,    ,    , ���'   MULHEAIIN".
Nelson. H (., Sept. aitli, lDUi
1 I.s   lm a bprcial
lin-ljci   fiom   the
iiiissKinci ol L.inds and W
license to cut and cam a\\a\
loi low inf.* de-cubed 1 lll(|s   M/-
biiu.ilutl mi .Sun.nut (JieuL Kiwilciuiy 111\ci,
lie^innini; at a fKist mai ked * Aim C101 inn's No J
southeast coinei, ' ���ilioiit rourtceii miles up the
ciee1. luniiuu'thuueu 11111II1 10 chain-,. ��(..-.( IIjOj
chains, thence south 10 chains, thence east 100
chains lo point oT commencement
N'clsoii, 15 (J, Sept a.lli. 1001
Tailor.' 1'
Mckenzie avenue
"VTOTICi: is licioby (,'ivoti   that  thnl}   iIiih
X>    aflci-datc I lnlend lo npplj  Io the  C'lnlf
foiT .1
(Joininissiouei- of L.-inds ,-u'id ' W'oi-k
special license lo cm and cany awn*,
from the followmr hinds, vi/
Silii.ilcd on Summit cieek, Ivonten.u nvei.
bL-KinmiiK at a post inm ked J .Miillicu u s No.'-'
-outhe.-ust corner about 11 nitlcs. up the cieek
running north lOchiiuis, tliencc west IGOchauii,
thence botith 10 chains, thence cist 100 chains
to point of commencement.
Nelson. H C, Sept. 2illi, l'jll
From Onr Own rorrespnnrlent. ,
rieaton  lin-  alnnys   been   noted i'or
most  l.i\v-iibi(IJD��   tmuiir)
U'e   have   long   boasted
of  our residtrnti  ever  np-
ii  police  courr at Bi-.non.
Be.iton  was   the nek- diick-
SATL'KDAV, NOVEM 11V.It 7, 190.1.
It is to be hoped the dime-tor* ot"
the C. P. H. ��ill authoii.se the
erection of a neiv railway station at
Revelstoke during the coining vear
a? it is urgently required. 'J'he
present station i-- altogether behind
the times, affording decent accommodation neither for the employes
nor the public.
The hospital staff at Iievelstoke
i= earniii" a high leputntion for the
splendid success attending 1U administration and f- n i ixio.il operations. 'J'de medical btaff have had
to deal iecentl_\ with sevei.-rl ino-t
intricate ca.-es, the re.-ulf.s of which
have heen much more .-iiccc���ful
than they themselves had dared to
hope ior.
Hats off   to   .Moti-ignor Sharetti.
the F.ipal  delegate   to   Canada, for  up wit
his utterances  at   W'innipig. when
he said "the great   problem   of   the
\Wt is the  assimilation   of   irice-;
and to bring about   tin's end  1 urge
Catholics to manife-t  a   reciprocal
appreciation of   the meiil.-of those
not in their household of faith      By
a hearty appreei.-ilion of civic, social
and   domestic   \iriue-   outside   the
church,"   he   continued,   ''we   can
effectually help   to   lay   the foundation of a  God-fearing, ju-licc-lov-
The infoimation which   we   li.uei
lecently   published   regarding   the,
luinbei industry i-hows the necessity I
for the people   backing   up   the de"-'
inand- of the lumbormen torn duty !
on   American    lumber   to   prevent '
Can.nl i   beinir   made   a   slaughter
ni.-ukct for the L'nitcd   Ht.iti"-.    We
liiuc in this  district   lumber enter-
l^ri-(s second   to   none promoted by
such finri.s   a-   the  Harbor Lumber
Co.. Big Bend   Lumber Co .   Itevel-
'���toke Lumber Co..   I'ingston   Creek
Lumber Co.,Vale-Columbia Lumber
Company. Columbia Riwjr Lumber-
Company     and     others.       These
companies,   will  employ   hundieds
of incVi   and    the   L'reat  incliisti ic-.
they an* building   up will do much
lo develop   the   fount ry, add  value
to city arid rural  propirtv. create n
local in,n kel,  for   our  farmers, pro-
-.ldc new customers   for   our stores,
make more demand for   liou-es anil
indiiMi ial estal.lislimcrits.
Iiciel-toke and Airow lakes form
tbe  ke\    to   bundled-,   of   mi let   of
water   along    wliich     are   located
fore-ts which will supply timber for
these gieat mills, for many years to
come.    Western Canada   h   filling
)   pcopie   lo   make   the   best
ol rii.iikets fui tbe products of these j
nulls  piovidi-d   ;he-c   markets   are
M'tannd foi our  own workmen and
captains  of   industry     Rea-onable
aid   lo  these   industries   is   not  a
mallei of conservatism or liberaJi--m
but of   the   general interest   of   the
country as a   whole, and   when   the'
lime comes for- the people lo iecor<l|
their  voice   on   such   questions we
IrtiM that   fiom   British   Columbia
being tlie
tli.it none
pea red rrr
But sinci
I lin-,' in tlio last piovincr.il electron
i this seem-' to Ilim1 changed
Wii-r the icstilt of the election became known ,i iiurn-ier of Mj.Tnyloi',!
admirer**. Ined otl a (���oiiaider.ilile (pi.in-
r.ity of ponder .Now Mr. Mnrllouy
olainis that someone took ,t bo\- of
powder fiom the I di mi I ten Powder
Co's rring.i/ine. ruul entered suit,
aif.inist (leorjie riokNinitli for Irrrii!.' otl'
the powder I''red Fr.iser was hen-
last Saturday ti try tbo ca-e, hut ft-:
Mr (ioldsmith had not been foirnrL
the hiMrini! w.n adjourned lo next
Satuid.iy Mo-', of lhe joung bloods
.ire the happy pn��<*cssori of ,i blue
ji/ipei-ns wrlnesses in connection with
the case.
On Frallowe'ei, the yoiinj��stpri> were
oni, on mischief limit mound the towrr.
The iii'-.t, nioMimir we noticed Andy
(Jiai;; shujiuy on top of the old I'rotiier
IIoLcl, ami ,i ntiiiiher of s ;.,tll lunld-
in^s out, oi rhcir proper- positrons
On Hallowe'en a high wind c.u i ied
the freight -beds -md .foe Afitilonv's
resrdeiK-e, which are erected on floats,
out into the lake After driftim; nearly-
all ni^ht lhe unwillmjr admiral and
bis (lotill.i went iishrire nt Whiskey
I'oinl. Later it rs reported that some
inisiacant cut. the ropes-, and $100
rcwrird is ofVered Jfor his or hei apore-
bi risinri. We can searcf ly believe rhiit;
anyone in Liiirlriin would he huso
e--ongli to endanger the lives of two
people and a I.ir^o amount ol valuable
fi eight.
Mr Orawl'oid h.is erecfed a ni w
lunik-house for- Ins nieri on Craig
.street, east of his liveiy stable
Mr Croft litis lirrislred Ins new house
and is getting in a supply of wood lor
w inter.
Benlori, Nov. .1.
"VTOTICK is hereby *<i\en that tlinlv il,i\s
J_> after date I intend to apply to rlieClncI
Coninii���loner of J^inds and Woik- rm* a
special license* to out and i inj aw.ij iiinbei
from the follow niir di'~etibed lands, n/.-
Siltialcrt on hiniiniil creek, Ivooleniu mei.
about one mile -outli of tlie ciee* and l.'i nnlis
fi-om it-nioiitb nt a post ni.ul.cil A. J'.onlaiss
norllie.i_-t corner No. 1, running west Sn cliai is
llicnec -outli Ml chain-, Ihence e.isl hO i hams,'
thciic-e north W chains to point of commencement.
,    , A   BOULUS
Ncl-on  11 C , Sept -2UL11. 11)03
JOTICK is lieiebi sneii that Unity ilnjs
utter date I intend lo apply lo the Chief
(Joniinissioiici of Lands and W'oiks for pei mis-
sion lo cut and cany nw.n tunbei fiom lhe
following de-cubed land*, jv.itu.ilc in the West
ICootcn.i) Distncf      '    ~i -'"
CoinineiicniK al, a post mat Led 'II IC s X W
coinei post.' bcinrr planted al the noilhwcst
coinc-t of '.John lircnn.in's lute pic cinption in
Galena Hay. Upper .\uow Lake. Ihence east
WI chains, tliencc south *.() chains, (hence west,
8D chains, thence noilh SO chains lo place of
- II. iIvIKIC.
Dated at Auow head, ]J (J   Oct Slh, t'JOl
NOlICr. is hcreb\ -.-non that llmlv tlajs .iflci
date I intend to applv to the Chief commissioner of Land-and Works fot ,i spetial license
lo cut and earn aw.15 ti'nbei from the lollnn 1111;
described ]ands,-\i/:
.Situated on Summit Cicel. liiiolcii.n L I.e.
bciriiniiiiK at 1 post ni.nki il _ A I' (n.icbci s
uoilhfast coinei1' iiuinin^ snulh IU ch mis.
west IM)ch.iiii~. thence noilh 10 chains, tl ence
cast IliO chains to point ol commctu (-1111 111
.j it oi:.\ 1:111:1;.
Nelson   11 C   st,.,,; -_>7L|,. pm;
Kootonay Lodge
No.l5A.F. &A.M.'
The i-CKtilai'iiicetingij
aie held in the ^Tas-
onic    Temple.   Odd
.��gj= I'ullons Hull, on the
^iS=^thiid   Jlondny    111
"   *   H. B.
.c���!S^S??>s,~-^>��\  -s-^5 each inoiilh ats"p m
i^z2&ZZ>'-''A~:   ViMlini,'    li it Un
���s>i; . coidially welconu d.
II. (.OKUOiV   Snmii.r i'*,i.
j. outhi:tt, iV. G.
NO. 12. I. O. O. F.
.Meets every Tiicsdaj
ceiling 111 Sclkiik
II.ill at 8 o'clock.
.Visiting lircthtcn cordially united to attend. ,
J. aiATIIIB. Six-.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Opposite Cenlial Hold, Ituvclnloku     1
I>iithe and   Geneial Machine-Woi'k
Piinnplly   lixet uled. -
���\"OTICE is hereby Riicn that thiitv t\,i\*
y\ after (l.i'n I intend to apply to the ( hicf
( ommis-ionerof l.-.nris.ind Works foraspecial
license to "lit and c.irrj a-i.ij iimlior fi0111 the
follow ins described lands. \ 1/ :
situate 1 on the wesl fork of Cultus ciu-V.
K'iol��*iiiiy lake,and licginiiin*; at n. post 111.11 ked
Vi'. MclJocali! s >ouilicast coinei. iiinnini;
thence 110-th Nl dialn- thence mst f-n eli-nn-.
Ihence south Vicli-im~ thence east M) chains iu
point of c niinciin in< r.t
,   ,.   t .      U'* MeOOXU.I).
Ncl-rin  I" C, Sept. "Jltli. 1'ITJ
lUOTTOi: is lirroln friiun that lliul\- d.n.s alter
'" date J intend to .i|i[il\ (n the Chid I'ninmis-
sioncr of Lands and \\orl.sfoi .1-pcci ll license
loctil ind cam .twa-, lnnbci I tcim (he billowing
dc-scnlx (I land-. \ 1/ ���
Situated ou Knolcu.n [inc. at a posl m.iiked
'.John (iciicllc's uoiiheist cornel.' situated
ibnut two miles noilli nl lhe imuil li of Summit
Ciuck-and rumiiiic ��cs| II) chain-. Ihence sonlli
IIK1 chains, thence cist 10 chain-, Ihence noilh
IliO chain*: to point ol commencement
joiin ih:n'i:li/i:
Nelson   IJ C , Sept   'illth  l'KIS.
n    (t.ilij I ml und to ii(i[>l\ l(��
[uOnt'I*. i-Ii'nbyK'l-.(-n tluir thliti iltiis afti r
M ilnte I i.ilciid lo apply to rhc Mni-f C oriiim-
-loner of l^indsand Works foraip'ciul limi.e
ro cur and 'iirry iiw.ij tirnb. r from Uie follow-
In^ de*n nt' d land*(, 1 i/,
nl.ualcd on lhe wpj| fn-k of ( till ih cirek.
ICuoti'iinj i.ikc, iirn! bcgiiiiun-; at 11 |iosr marki d
iv. I'nrer.i'-- norilu 1^1 ��� .inn r, ninuini; -outh
lOclinifls, 'In in c W(**l li/l (b.ilns, IheiKc north
In ch un-. tliiii'c e.i-1 IMi 1 h inn to point of
coiiimenn uu nl.
W.  I'.Vn-JlA!..
Nelson. I! C.r-opl  '.'Jlh. Wi\.
iuOTK K ���- h.*ri bj gin-n that llilir.t .1,^, ��Ci. 1
���' dale I nl'ml lo.ippl} in ihe ('lii.f Co'niui-
sioner of l.indi.ind woik- fur a .-[><, i.tl In ��� n-i
torntmi'l -.lrn ,i��ii) limber from the follow
inf? df -f nl".! I md-, \i/
Aitu.it. ���! on lho wc-t fork of ('iiltu- <i<ck,
fsootena- lake, ar a po-t 111 irki >l W Mr,
Don lid's -'/iillii a-t comic*-, ami iiinuing noilh
lOchain-, ri'nccwcsi ityi ch.uri-, rln iicu -ourli
I'/chains ih'ncc(,i-t !(/;��� hain-ro point of mm
mi nceiiien .
VV. Mines'A I.I).
Ncl*>on, !   C   v pi  Jtlth. 1'ri.t.
NOTKJK   t hen b)*f;iwri rtml llilrly iI.ijj nfl. r
date I  11I1 nd lonnph ro rlief'lilef f omrriis
sioncrof I indnaud work" for a -.pei- Ial ll> 1 n��
loctil and   arry a.vay limb'r from rhi  folio/
ing rtc-cnljcd land-i, vi/ ���
rtlruatcd on the wisr fork of Ctillus nn It.
ICoolenay lake, beginning a( a |iosl iriarki d
TIioh. Huitdiu's rifirlhiriHt .ormir, running
tlionce wrstlWIdinlnj. iheme voulh ID ch ilrn,
lliente cust HI'I cliaiii-i llu m ������ urn th I'l ( h.uns
lo poinl of 1 onimr in. meiil
'IHO-!   IfCllTKAl
Nelson, I!. O , Meiil. _'llh. I'Ki!
Lltl 11 \ (la\s afti 1
the Cluel ('(inimls-
Kinei of I.iind- ami \\*iu!,-for a -pei ml Ikcii-i*
10 cut and carr\ away limbei liom the loi lowing
di -cribed land-  11/,
Minuted on ( oru ( icek, k'uoteiiay Unci, and
beu'inuuigali. (idst ei.irl.ul "A Oucllet's nortli-
1 il-t ( orner." about two.mil oiicli.ilf miles up
the creel, and riiuuiiu'we-l liifl chain-. Ihence
sourh It) chain-, theme oa-t 11,(1 chain-. I hillice
urn 111 III clutius to point of coiiiiiieiuetnent
a oui:i.li;t
Ncl-i.ll, 11   (J.. Sept   ."l||i, IM1I.
���uOTICi; is herelw giu 11 thai lliiih (In-,- after
" (I lie I intend lo ,ippl\ lo the Chirr Cum nils-
-inner of I. ind-and Ur.il.-foi a special license
Incut .mil tarry a w.i) limber hum llie follow in;;
de-cnbi d hind-, \u
^Siluatcd ou Com ( reel,, Konli'iin*. Unci, and
be'ciuiiiug at a po-l marked "A Ounllel'--outl).
1 a-1 (orner po-t." about three mile- uptlie
en t U .uul ruiiniu*.'north 10 ( haui-. Ihoiico we-1
IM) t hauls Ihi'iid* -i.iilh llli hauls, IheiKc e.isl
JiiOt h ua, to point of (winim iki'iiii ul
A   Ol!i:u,!,T.
^| I nn. I! C , Sept   .inli. I'd!
\rO'JICK Is In rt ny gur 11 Hull Hm (y ihivs
^1 .ift'-i dali I Inli nd to uppb lo llie Chief
(.oninilHi-ioiici of IjiiiiN and W01 ks foi a
������per lui Ik i'ii-e Ki cut and rany away (lie bei
from 1 lie following >!- tullitd lauds, 11/ :
"jilii.iltrl ou i-ummii neck, Kooluiin I'n'ii,
il 11 post in 11 kid A. I!oiiIhIh' uoilhiast coinei
No. J about  II  irilh-   up   (he   ucik.   itiitniug
thcllic Wl-l HI   rjililim     tlKiiie   -Olllll fll cllllllls.
Mii'ii'i ca-t ^1 chains, theme  unilli <tlicli un- In
point of coniiiieiu 1 uu nt
A. urrui.Ais
Ni I .on, I!  C , Vi pi, i',(h, I'm.
M1E MliDldAr. WATUKS el' II.il-
l yon .lie lhe must ent.il iv e in llie
win Id A pel leet, ii.-iHii.il i-emi'dy lm
nil Ni'iitius nnd JMusenlai* diseases,
Liver, Kidney .mil Stoniaeli .nlnienls
.ind Metallic PtiisiSnini;. A sine dire
tnr "Tli.tl, Tried t'\'clirm." Hpeii.il
rules on nil hoats nnd trains. Two
iibtils ,111 ive and depait every d.-tv.
Telegi.ipli eoiniiuinicilion with aii
parts ot lhe woild. An expel ieneed
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arroto JLahc 3. C.
' NOTICE.' ,     ���   '
"VrOTICiK la lii'ivliy nivcn Llwit thiity
J_> (lav.s .tfler dale I intend In apply
to llie Chief Cmiiiiiissinnei' of L.inds
nnd Win U.s. foi a -pi-c-i-it license m enl
mid   cany   iim.iv   limliei   from llie lul-
lowlll).' (lesi 1 illi'il l.uuls in' |||��' Ri-\ e|-
htllkl"  Itldllllf ot   Wl'sl,   Ivnoll'll.il :<*'
Omiimeneintc  111. 11   post*  aliniu   four
mill's li 0111 Smil li  Ui eel,, tip
Rivet*   trail,   ,id|iimui)r   lie
limit~ on  t In.  ,.,|��|   -. 111 ��� ���.
"-R.    II.   .James'   N.W.
t hem e   sum ll   SO 1 lull'is,
t hanis.1 I hem i* inn Ll) J11)
\vest SO t ll.iins  1 ,  pi,,, ,,
Ii.  II. J A MRS.
dialed this lilrh day ol Oiloliei, VAIH.
i   notice!
OTIOK is hen
llie C.llioe
' Plllsliuiir
and 111.11 k'-il
(Illlll'l po-l."
1 hence east SO
cllllills, 1 hence
ol   ciiiiiiiieiiee-
NOTIOK is heiehy
,d iv*. a 11 el' dale
To l-'rank Hicl.el or nny per-on 01 peisous lo
whom he nun haiu ns-iu'iictl his inlei-e-l 111
the "Kmpic-s" 1muc1.il cl 11111. siluale on lhe
west side of Uppci Allow l��*ike. we's! folk of
I'liiKslou cieek, llald iMoiiulain, iu Upper
Allow* Like ,Minun,'l)n l-iun. West IvoolcnilJ
Disli'iel, Iliitish Columbia. ,
You aie hereby noli lied Unit 1, lhe undersigned, tunc expended for you ihu sum of S.'I.J
in Ial 01 and niipioieinciKs 1111011 llie said Km-
picss Mincial Claim, under llie provisions of
lhe Mineial Acl, and .if within ninety day-
fiom the dale of this nol ice } oil full or icf use
tncoiitiibiilc thcufotcsind sum, IokciIici wilh
all costs of advcitisiiiK, 30111* Interest 111 Ihu
said 11111K-111I claiin will become lhe piopei'lv of
lhe tindcisigned under Section I of the Act cn-
htlitl "An Ael lo Amend lho Mlneiiil Act,"
Dalcdal Halcjon Hot Springs    '
This 1st < 111 > of hcpleniber, Illlll.
A. JI. .SV.-MON.-j.
-,'ivi'ii t Ii.i I, Ihii ty
I i 111i*ii(l lo apply
iiiilii' Clriel (Jiiiiiiiiissiiinei' of Lands
and Winks foi ,i spei i.d license lo cut
und c.u 1 y .uv.iy I inrli.ii Iioiii Ih" I nl-
lowing di'6*( l'llied lands in the Ri'\e|-
sioUe JlidniK ot West Jvoott'ri.ii :
(AiiiiineiieiiiK .U 'I post tour- miles
fiom .Snulh Uicek up lhe Canoe J{ u fill.ul, .ind-ndjoi.iinpr ihe PiiLslnii'|r{limits on the e.ist sitle, maiked -'T. Ken-
oedv's ti.W. 1 01 ner post,'' ihence north
SOilmiiis, thence east SO clinins thence
sottl h SU eh.iins, Ihence west SO chains
to place of coniniencenienl.
Haled llris II)i h dav nf Otloiiei*. III1W.
Revelstoke Grows Fast
We niow l',i>lei'. Ii.ivini/ ridded
In oni- Bakery .-ind (/'ontcclioni'ry
liiisiiioss. lull lines of
Groceries and Camp Supplies
A Course in  Advertising- One Dollar'
11 inonthlv journal of husiues*, making
ideas and which, dining lhe ynr,
f!-ivi's.i iliiiimifrli ileal nienl, ol lhe dif-
lei enl phases ot advetl isin-r, will lie
sent to any nddiess in (J.inud.i or the
United .Stales fop One Dull.11. Send
len eenl.s loi* 11 sample copy. Ju will lie
wiiiili n dollar lo you.
Si. Odt.h.iriirc.s, On I.
Agents lor   lhe
I lm .M.u.|( 1 .\I(( haulc'M I'uie i'ai Soap he.iN
:iii(l sofli 111 Hit* Hkin, whlli proinrillj rlciiiisniK
il of KK'iisC, oil, iiihI, eh. In valuable lor mc-
rhaiihs, fiuiucM   spoil'men.    I'-iiy iiuupli' on
will L'O out   a   uniled   voice foi rul-*','.M'i|'1 "rX  r"r i'":!"^'   Allien Toilet Soap
t    "'"'   ,L    ��-������' n-t-t    ""ti,  101  .tu   5 (Jo., inaiiufacliiiers, Montiial
NO'l'll'l-'i Mierrb- fthrnlhnl Ihlili dnj-iaflii
dull I inlciid lon|iplv lothe t'lm 1 < inuuil-i
"lonci of Ijiiiulianrl \\ 01 li-i foi a -pi < in I lli nine
lo ( ul nnd (any 11 way liuibi 1 fiouitlie following dcscrlbrd IiiikIh. \l/..
biliialcd on Die wist foi It of ( ulliis 111 el,
ICnolrnu' lake.and lirnmuuiK nl a piwl iiiaiknl
W. I'lileral's soulhciisl 111111111-, 1 uniniii,' inn Hi
1(1 ehnins, Iheiiie wi il lliu cImIiik, llu in e soulh
I'K liuliiH, IIkiicu (asl Hi'i iIiiiIihIo poinl of
(oiuiiielii 11111 nl.
\V. I'ATKI.'AI,.
Nelson, II, (,'., .Sept. nilh, HUM.
V'O'lff'l. is hililiy (,'hni llml Illlll'. d.us
Al nftirdiili I111I1111I lo .ippl> Iii IhoMiicf
I (iiiimi*<-i|i'n( r of Ijiinil- and Woik-i for ti
-(pi 1 Ial lli crisi 10 int. uml mi 1 j in* ay limbei
from tbe following de-< 1 iln d liinrli 11/
Hlfu.itirlon Sumiiiir inik. ICoott na> rh cr,
litKfrni!UK a! n po.t inukut If. liohtilMin's
iioilheiist rnriiM nb.iut II miles up lhe en ck.
and 1 unnliiK ivi si mi ibum-, thenn -oiilb r-C
(liaiiis f luin c 1.1 il s'l 1 liaiu*>. llicnec norlh r'l
(I111111H lo point of ( omiiK ik ( uu nt
H   llOKI.in.siflN.
Vi Noii   11  (' . Si pi   Jlilh, I'll!
Painters, Papcrhangcrs, Sign writers
Oldei , I'i'cen c
Second -..li-eel,
pinmpl .illeiiliiin.
VkIiiii.i Road, Revelstoke.
We Ii.im> inst made ari.inire-
ments lo have ,1 Telegraph Department wlirtli will lie undei
lhe pel son.il supei vrsinn of 1111
expcit who has had experience
m .ill kinds ol tele��i.-iphinpr und
telephoning work,
Il will pay  you to write I'or term*-.
Vancouver Business College, Ltd.,
IJox.-jJI.        VANCOUVER, B. O.
I have started .1 perma in nt Wood
Ymd (in Thud ���.treel. With mv p.isi
e\-|ierieii(.e I hope lo he in .1 posit run
to satisfv all 1 .'quiremollis ol" custom,
'is Mill and (tiidiMuul -upplied 111
nny lentil is .il led ur ed   pi it 1 s fm 1 ts||.
Waller Miinrri, of Ihis cilv, is now
'iiirain/iiifr nn evcnins tlnss (or ,-t
thoioiiich and (ninplete sludy of the
��� ihove -nl.|i-f L. II vou would hei nine
.til expel t 111 Ihe |il olessjon of Slen
dpi apli v ei mil now .
For   I mi her    p.n tieul.ns    npplv   hy
Revelstoke,  B. V. KOOTENAY MAIL SUPPLEMENT---N0W 7th.  Social and Personal  W. II  Humphreys  left  Suiidny for  Oknn.tg.m   *       i '    J.>     ' 'X  , ' t'Taylor, M. P. P./ lef Jwedncsd.'ij  for Poplar '"      ,���������   ���������".      '   '  1     Mrs D   McCarthy "und 'l.imily   me  >isiting Burton.,. ,.       .' ., *_[ '    "   ,",'  ,   ��������� MissvMcIntyre,- of Sando'ii  vibit to Revelstoke. "    '    __.. p  Jno  L.iughton   returned ifioni   Fei-  guson on Satuiday       *      "' >  '. Mi. Jacobs,  of   the  Mining Recoid,  .wiiis i i the city Monday. _ .-  C  li Skene uill go to Kamloops to  handle a lumber ing contract "'  Mr   Lockwood, inspector for Molsons1  -B'ink, is on a visit to the city   ^ <   . -  with the findh.g of'itho seotets wliich  tell ofjutuie fortunes. At midnight:  all joined hands and,bang "Auk! Lang  Sync," "good nicht" being .said with  the "Auld Scotch g1ip.';,- *  Orr   Sntind.iyr  the    ninrrjage   took  RAIL AND STE_AMER._^^  The C P.'li Iras decided oir'building  a million dollai h .tel .it Winnipeg  Eugene Clark, 0   P  R   c.u  lepuiei  place, of  Ii.  Hodge,- the,-well-known   |���������s killed at Calgaiy by being  caught' been protested  POLITICAL  The /out' Victoria seats-won by the  libeials'by such laige  inajonties   have  solicitor of Ferguson, and i&ecietniy to  the Great; Noi them Mines, to "Mi~s  . / Woodwind, who ..resided for about two  is on a -yeais in Revelstoke and made m.inv  wiuni ifiiends licie.'.^Tlie. ceremony  wafa peifnmed nt the .residence of Mr.  and Mis' W Macdonald/of Ferguson  A Hide cnclc of fi lends of the hi ide  and bi rdegro mi will join with us in  wishing iheni u long and happy wedded life      ^ '  *  The. wedding  took   plnce   at   Van-  keep ' open    this  at    Noith   Bend,  coiner V\ eduesday of Kngineei I'm via  p    ,   te Miss Helen Diuin1, fonrieily of  lie\-  Di   A   P   Proctor, of  Kumloops, wns 'elstoke     Mr .u d Mis  A   ESolhna-.;  I     v     (  elected piesident of  the 13' C 'Medic,  Society.        ' /. A "  ' . r        tf '  ..Miss Smith, diiuglitei- iof Mr. S  ' Smith; leturned home fioin Vaneomei  ' \csterdnv. ; '  i '(<-      i" '  MessisJ  Stuait   McDonald i.md    E  iIn������ciop hn\e  nio\ed   intoi'theii nice  new"homes on" Frist street?   ,  St Arrdtews*Willing  \\ inkers  eon  template "a Scotch'concert foi   St   Andrews* night, the 30th inst. J.  of tRe\elstokp, attended   the  wedding  'The best wishes of   theii old fi lends in  ,Re\elstoke aie conveyed   to  thebiule  and hiidegioonr ������������������ The  ceiembnj   w  >  pei foi mod bj Rev JH^ I.  Roj of Chi ist,  chinch,   nt Residence   of   the,-bride's  , bidthei-in law,  L    T' Solloway.   II.n-  woodsticet     Miss   Fi.ii ees   K\.ins  nl  Dawson,   cousin    of    the ,In ide    was  l)i idesui.iid,   while   Ale\.indei    I'uiu*.,'  hiothenof   the gloom1'' was   best m���������M-'  Mr    and f Mis    Purws,  who   weie (In-  between C.I18  ,   The C  PSK.   wi'll  winter   their   lintels  Glaciei and Field  'Ihe y.ud at Iieielstokcjs bcing-liud  with 80 Ib   steel,   making   it   uiiifoini  with the'iest of the neimanenl way.  - ��������� i).  "���������   Supt    Kiipattiek    has   leeeii'ed   Distinctions fioin   headijiiarteis to ni.ike  rnll possible retiench-i ent   in' C  P  li  e\pondituie foi the coming wintea,. '   ,  No j i wns cancelled' M ndaj on  at count of the engine going tin on h a  washout' at ! ytton i The^enirmeti  and liieninn escaped without injuiy.  Mi. Leach; of Montieal, ha ��������� been  appointed 0 P Ii resident e: mnei'i il  Hewlstoke in succession to Mi Ken-  dull lesigiied iMr Leach entered.on  Iris duties this week  The 0  1'  Ii  has inaugurated ,t day-  lisrht   sf.| *,](.(.    on     Tiout,   lake,    llie  sle.imei teaching   Tinul   LikeCrtj al '  445 p  m'  The sen ice w ill b   dropped  w hen the lake fiee/cs '    r   '    ,-  The committee ol'lhe wester n and  to nitio-  -Miss llobbs  has   been "appointed t<*, locipiontsnf.i huge number of presents",   tentn'ilC; P  li1 di\i;  i A. . '  . 1 -  i - *  the'stntV of, the, city,'school, and   will   |-..ft\m   the   Seattle   tiani   e.i loute Ki  entei on her duties J.inii.iiy,lst'               Pottlnnd on then honeymoon tiip anil  (3 S Water low. of London^ England, 'on then return will take up ll'ien lesi-  .and who is a dnectoi.ot the'Lelioi and   ilencei.it'Field                    , - 'j <c  'Snov.r-.hoe rconip.i'nies 'spent  'Monday*          A    '       ~  .                 "���������  in,the city        -   ,       ,     .   -   * , ���������====��������� , .���������'-  s* . .^-**-* . *���������*  -��������� The" ladies'1 compi ising  the iv.u inns ' ." " "*"."    ."  ions  of  euginceis  ha\e gone to Muntie il .it med with t he  poll of the nieiubeis which was un,mini' uslj in f.iMii   of   the  deinanded '  j , .. *      - i ...  \ C   PR official sa\s the o|ieiating  e\penses foi Seplembei, .imouiitiiit; to  ��������� co ni in it tees of the Hospital Guild aie  . leaving nothing uiulune to make'a  "    success of the ball.  ^ .  Pauline, the 12 ye-u old *d,I lighter of'  j- Mr. un(l Mrs' S.'i'er  Smith, jiuidei wen t  ,irn opetation-.'-.it  the-hospitil Sii"d.iy  for an adianced case of appendicitis  7      Ei nest Adaii w is mniiied on Thuis-  ( dtij -at   Cnlgai)   to   Miss   Alcock, .mil,  they ha\e the best wishes of tbe hi ide'  '"'groom's friends   here   foi^then   futtite  hajipiucss i  The in.irriage of Judge'Spinks, ol  \ ernon, and Miss Clnpliiini took,pliiee  at Christ  chinch   catbedia'l, Victon i  - Wednesday.    F 'J' Fulton, M  L. A , of  Kamloops, supported the giooni  . E  Corning  is  en* Iris   way^ back to  - Re\elstoke and expects to,.iiine about  the 16th     H'smothei Intel sulhcieotl}  'lecoiered  to   be  able  to"mo\e to the  lesidenco of another son in Chicago   ^  ������ *-; i  - At the Epworth League Mond.ij .i  conseciation meeting was held, led by  Miss Dent, who gave an lnteiesting  paper on ''Lessons fiom the Life ot  Daud." "Elijah^ will ne the subject  of meeting next Monday, se\eial  menibeis reading papeis ou the old'  Pat run ch ��������� ' v  v J. J Foley leaves nexlt week on a <  \isit to Toronto, going by theCiow's  Nest Pass rouie He1 will piobablv  spend the wintei in Caliloini.i The  good wishes of 'Mi.- Foley's ni.inj  fi lends go with him on his well-cained  holiday. G. S McC.u tei ��������� has been appointed his attorney to -look after his  bi'siness intciests heie  At the Shakespeaiian Society meeting on Tuesday at the vieaiageA IC  ������������������ Ilnggei was appointed critic as E A.  Haggen had written stating he could  not act. The evening was speiu iu  study of fust act of "Much Ado About  Nothing." Mis. Ilnggen pio\ ided ie-  freshments. The society is a gieat  pucccs, showing a steady accession of  membership.  Mis John Pnlnier g������\c one of the  most enjoyable parties that haie been  held in the citj on Hallow'een night.  About thu ty attended The old Scotch  piucticeof "ducking" foi the apples  cieated gieat fun. There weie games  and songs Potato cake, fruit cake,  sweets and lefieshnients weie  seived,  THIS IS. NOT EGOTISM.  ' X,      -       s-  Wi' ll" I|H\ H  \M      know      () 11 'l t 1111 s I (,. - s  .OUI.rhUs|||l'ss     J,     |'||      ||l' I j I      \ l.||'*lll>\ ,,|  hUSIIII-s'^.        y/,      sup|,|\    l||i-ln I III t r-    litis  ti** s    iii ..ins     ami ,  iiihI liuils   _ limit, i  s.iv intr ilei 111 sHinil hnw  In iisi   th. m  j j;NC.\\rLr. i.ousi.-r.[-\h i.i:ix.i.it.  Liiiish L".it   Fil.*s un,i   |, ,i_.  f, .<  flllUtfs,    s||l   |   |,| || \       |   l||l   I I.     |.|  llll,   ll.     ||.    |  i  ill. <l 1.ind   pinic Ii. c.1  hi sun ,ui\  si > I,  llllldel .'   .  nh  Piemiei McBndc pi up >ses  duce at the session called   thiH   month'  .i^iuillion dollai loan bill*    ,   '/     ' ������'  - Theie is gieat indignation .it Fcinie    ,  otci   the  action  ofj Vttoiney-Geneial  McPlullips   in   pieientuig   tho'Foinie^  Liecount   ,   ^ ,,J <      -  John-Houston says   "If ovoiy ineni-   j  her v, ho got di link were e\oludei! fioin  the liouse, they   wouk'l   not often h.ue  a qnoi urn " r '  / The Lam km   gmeinnient   will   have  ���������aiiothci   big   sin plus,   as Uhe leienuc''   v  fin the hist loui jnonths of the linanc-  ,i.'il \eai is .V2,0tG'.OOU (uei  s.iniepeiiod  ol lasi mjiii    "   >_   o"  li'li inng lo Pi(-mi'ei McBiide, .lolm .,  Hd'u ,lini, speaking at Nelson," mikI   "1  \r  had   diai tneied Jie   wis  not above de-  Irbeiiite Ij iiiu, and I don't believe   the  people oiBiitiah Columbia w.i it a li.u  foi a piemiei "   ./   , \ '..  The liisluip iiLColtrinbia dei^l.ues hi^n  sntisiactiou    wi. h    the   pi inuiple   laid'  duwii.by the   lieuteiiant-govei noi that ^  he has a   light'  to   leluse   oir  moi.il  gicunds his sanction to a man's cabinet.  ollice .holding       ' '>'   " ,���������  H   \\ light uf Vmii went to tbe coast  new scbeiliile   for a'poijlolro     He said      I .have   got  -~e ~>  "justt.ns" iniu'lr  lirains as eitbei  Frasei,   _  "Fulton (ii Tom Taj Iof, and if ihoie.ue- -  any   poitfolios   tloiug  begging, l/lon't   ^  see win 1 should not put in lui   one ol  ,tl-e-   "      '' ".-'"_-'-.  'A''  X'Mi   R   (i   'lallnw    sajs���������    I' hruey  b'een frequently asked  ll    the', ginei n-  n'rei)tlcan cany on   lousiness1 -I' have  not the *>lijil test  doubt   iu    my   own  inm'cl   the   goiei ninent   is   gmng "to" ������-.,  ciiitv oti'business, not 'oulj    through  tbe next s ssmu l>ut for the next   four  ye.rs"  ' TheLiiiinei govei iilnent's piefeien-  'tial t.uirt policj is bearing guod unit ' .,  South A fin.i liasagued to accept die  policy with the lesolt that Cairiidiiin  goods will now lure the benelil of flic  piefeientnil tiuill with tl at countij ,  jhus forging another link in the chain  ot Enipne *  Hon   R G    Tatlow 'has  added   another   great   nlank to the (-oiiser\ati\e   ,  platform, the destiuction of  crows   in   ,  \ ancoiuoi,   foi    which    tbe   ovetbui-  dened   public   tieasuiy   is   to pay 5c a  head lor dead   ciows     Gieat   national    ,_  policy, isn'vt   it,-when   mam  londs.in  Kootenay aie m impassible con'lrtion'  -  i     i  - ^   i  d  - r  TE.NC.WKI.L 'inAN-sI-CR   ni.I.  Kootenay Mail Pubhshing.Co. Lniiited,  REVELSTOE   .   BtC  WRAPPING' PAPER  PAPER BAGS.  AND  The I\ootenay Mini has been  appointed agent foi one of  the laigest Canadian Paper  Mills  Wiapping p.ipois in tolls oi  ll.it, and pnpci bags of all  weights and sizes supplied to  Older  punted or iinpiinKd  ���������+2 7S4 735"were so Jie.i\\ ', that   theie  1 was a clei lease  m   l hi jiet em nings as  (inn paled w ith^eptembei ot  last je.u  "aniouiitmg fo t>208488 , '"  '1 liei-t'riliiinbi.i 'inei   lonte will   be  , kept upon   till   the   ice 'loiiiiiiinces to  init,ifere   with   the   *le.inieis, 'wIwix'il  .wilPhe   rliop[ied    n h spring, and''���������ill  passengers, luggage nnd fi eight ttaus-  Jened bj  Nakiisp and Slocnn lake  '    ''  The C P li liienieu's deniand -of  _ -4(1 pei cent mciease in wages is cieut-  i'iL' in liilOicsting position, as ll is belli". <d the conipauj nilend to hght  Men aie being sent fiom Toronto aiid  eastern points to piepuiefoi trouble  Mi (-Juti litis chief eneineei of the  C P Ji went o\ei the niou tain  illusion last week in nunpanj wirh  Gunei il iitijit Mmpolu and supt Kil  juti ick and espiessed his saiisfuci ton  al tindmg theiondbed in lust-class  shape . --  The C P Ii\ha\e been making  fleshsul\e^s of %the>yaid in the city  this "week It js-J-undeistood that  much moie j-.ud aiVcomuiodution- is  leqnued and will hue," to be ���������put in,  also that flesh application will be  leade b\ Supt Kilpatuck foi a new  railway station at lieielstoke  Passengei tiains,, along the 0 "P. Ii  will be illuminated by acetylene  entnelj- E\iH-iiments with, it winch  have heen m progress for some time  have been so entnelj- satisfactory that  ltsgpnei.il use has been oideied ' A  plant togeneinte the gas foi recliiiig-  mg the stotage tanks will be put in at  Viincomei jnid  Rtidolphe ?orget, the lcadir.g Mont-        __       . -.������������������    ,.     nn)  ^X^iiX?it^:ary, ..Kootenay Mail Office..  et a highei figure than any othci load  in Ameiica has ever  sold   befoie     To =====^===========r====r=  this a leading Montreal financier adds  "Well, J belieie irr it If our immigration keeps up at the clip it has  been setting this jeai Canada is not  only in for a big rmprovemont, but another great boom. Most of tho loads  in the Stiites linie reached the limit  They hnve tupped then lesouiccs. The  C 1' Ii.���������well, it's iu its infancy. It's  not out of  long  clothes  yet    I'm   a  i  '-   V   A,  BLANK FORMS  Mining & Legal Purposes  t - (  Transfers, Options, Powers  of Attorney, btdtutoiy Declarations. Proxies; etc., c.in  be obtained al the  Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.   i  bullonC.PR and a bull5 on Canada."  Subscnbe NOW foi the Marl.  PRINTING.  KOOTENAY MAIL .1015  nt ing Di'p.u 1 iin'iil is iqui|ipi*il  the lali'sl nnd lii-si mat liuit-i >,  r laigi- assin iniftit ol tashiiinahli'  laees. We snlit il mili'is toi all  nl piinling���������no job bi'ing too  nod none too small. (J.iicful al-  IfiiLinn is giii'ii all work, and satisfaction gti.minlt'i'd A (rial tnrler will  ( oiixilitc Noli thai ll pays lo have yom  piintuig done lit the Koolenay Marl  oflice, Ri'\ elstoke.  L    Pii  with  and  t vpe  kind*  lm (re ft)
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Progress in Lumbering, Placer and
, Lode Mining, and Ranching.
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i ��� , cakni:s cui:i:k. '
Several clninis have been located
on Citrnes Creek. The ore is mostly
iirseno-pyi-itc; currying s occasional
l.igh values in gold and some, copper.
The property on which the principal
development woik ling been done is
the Cnrncs 'Creek ^'Consolidated, and
"Messrs E. McUean .'and J..P. Kelly
have also done n large amount of woik,
on their property.1"      ' a
> caknks citr.r.K roxsoiT.i��ATi:��..
, The Carnes Creek Consolidated
Gold :ind.Mining.-Company wns organised in Revelstoke in 18118 by I. T.
Hrcw-ster. A great many Revelstoke
people arc interested in it. The
following aicthc.oHiceis:���F. McCnrty,
president; C.H. Temple vice-piesident;
,1. M." Doyle sec-trcas; Directors
W. Cow'iin', T. Kilpatrick. The Coin-
pnny was oigiVnised with' a noiiiiniil
eiipi'tal .of $1,000,000 in ,it < million
allures of $1 each of which 000,000
weie allotted to the treas'.uy.r      J
l. T. lll?i:WRTi:il,* OKGAN'ISFR  ()!���'  CAKM.S
ciu:i:k con'komdatki).     ''
mi: TH.vii.s.   j,    -^      " "
.The  propcily  is* one' of   the   most
, convi nient locutions   in   the   district
and      bus   been   under   development
for'some yen is.    It   is   located on the
'mountain    between     the   noilh    and
' south folks of C.u nes Cieek , A   trail
about seven miles in. length   connects
the pioperty with the liver   and   the
' !>ig IJend tinil. . The'Hail to the mine
is one   of   the   best   in   the' district.
Tho propeity   includes (eight   claims
with   mi    men   of   360   acres.' Four
% miles mi the innin.-ti.iil up the  noith
fork trail blanches ofV,'and this   leads'
to the   niillsite   of   155   acres- which
has been located   and   puichnsed    by
��� the company.    '     ��       >   '' v
,    The niillsite is at   an   elevation   of
2, 000 feet- above   the   sea-level.    We"
me informed  a good   ivagon io.ijI can
be got along Proierty (julch   to   the
niillsite.", "    '
From'the junction of the tiails
the mil in trail up' Cnrnes Creek descends io the crossing of the noith
for k, nnd a steady climb of three nnd
a lm If miles takes the visitor to , the
point at which the tiails leading
to the company's piopeitics have
their junction. The east trail goes
the -alisbiuj, the .. cxtieme
of the company's g-oup while
norlh trail leads to the cimp-
workings on the Jiosoberry
int: su.isuuuv
i The foi niation consists mainly
alternate deposits of lime-nnd schist,
tbe latter being largely of the graphitic variety, and the ore bodies occur
in the schist or at the -contact of the
schist and Huncstones. , The piincip.il
on the foot wall. Another quartz
vein occurs on the contact with the
me but .no work has1 been done on it.
These leads also outcrop on the west
side of the mountain towards the
north fork.
Decending the summit towards the
Roseberry several quartz stringers
are eeen outcropping, also a quart/,
lead live feet wide occuring between'
lime and graphitic schists/  '
,The dyke o:: which the principal
ore body has been encountered is
traced by open cuts from the Salisbury to' the Roseberry claim, the
tunnel on the Salisbury being about
the same level ns that on the Roseberry. ' <,,{."'
''   i)i:vKr.oi'jn:xT.
The development of. thc< lioscberry
consists of open cuts and two tunnels.
No. 1 tunnel has been run on the lead
and shows a well-delined footwall of
graphitic schist, with a dj'ke on the
hanging wall having a strike of N. ii'i
W. and dip of (57 S. W. The vein is
14 inches wide whore opened "and
widened in <12�� ft. to 3 ft. The ore
occurs'in streaks. 25 ft. in the tunnel
leaves the footwall' and runs partly in
the. dyke, where there is six inches of
'solid ore, which is followed. 35 ft. in
n win/c was sunk 15 ft! and the ore
chute narrowed to un inch or two at
the bot'tom. Ten feet further the ore-'
cliiitc'iinrrows' to three inches, and in'
another 25 ft. runs out and''comes in
again. At the winze tho course ol the
tunnel is''altered into the graphitic
footwall. On the south side a crosscut
has been run 15,ft. in,schist arid lime,
and on the north side another ciosscut
has been . run into dyke matter and
shows a little oie.'
This tunnel is 121 ft long.' The
face is in white quartz, showing ore
over n few inches. .From the surface
exposures* the dyke on which this
tunnel is run is 50 ft. wide. There are"
ten tons of ore on the dump which is
said to give .high 'assays, tbo'values
running' from $17.50 to ��'230 per ton
in gold.    ��� " ,
No. 2 tunnel   is  100 ft. below Xo. 1.
A crosscut was run -117 ft. to the lead,
which was  then^drifted  on southerly
for  510  ft.,   An'"ore'shed0100 ft. in
length was built at   the mouth of this
tunnel'and there  is  abouV-100 tons of
ore on.the dump.    The oie  from .this
tunnel shows, u new featuic, so .ie of it
being bespangled 'with' chalcopynte.
A tram bus been laid the length of the
tuni el'nnd ri hot  air  system of ventilation liked.    The formation, traversed
injerosscutting  is   lime, clioritic''dyke
.matter,' grnphitic   schist   and   shale.
The ore(encountcrcil   in this tunnel is
from   a few inches   to  four  feet wide,
and it looks as if a chute of'coppcr ore
were" com ing in from  below.    The persistently' high  gold  values arc an encouraging   feature   of   the-- property.
250  lbs.-   of   ore   shipped, to   Pellcw-
llarvey & Co.   for sampling  returned
1.1 ozs. gold,  or , .1522. per  ton.   That
firm'reported in favor-of cyanide tieat-
rrrent   for   this -'ore. .^No   doubt   the
system ivould do for  tlie iron oics, but
tlie iest appears  to  carry   too much
copper to be amenable to that system.
The property requires development at
greater depth   to jiscertain   the,prospective .value of the copper intrusion,
as it may lead,to n body of ore similar
to  those  found_ in .Standard, 'Basin,
which -lies   over   the   summit.   The
dykes  on   Standard   Dasin   appear  to
extend through this section of country.
Theie is plentj of   timber and water
power on   the    piopertj  .and   a   good
ramp is leady   for use.    The oonipanj"
have   expended   about > $30,000 on the
propc'ity, ii ii .1 it  is   one well worthy of
fuitber   investigation.   Tho camp   is
about 5000 ft. above sea level.
ki:i.ii;f and kutkievi:.
These two  claims  arc owned by.I.
Shaw-, J. A. Stone, Guy B.irbcrsiind R
N. Doyle.   They are   located on a fer-
has been done nnd there is a fine showing of ore. ��� The J &,L, Dundee; and
Eli are owned by J. P. Kcllv and L.'T.
George. The lead o:i the J it L is 2i
ft. wide, and carries six inches of solid
gold-bearing urseno-pyrite on the footwall, with ore scattered ovei the rest
of the vein, and lessening towards the
bringing wall.' On"' the footwall iis
calcareous shale, with niica-scliist on
the hanging wall. ,The ore is well exposed in 'n bind'.' Development work
consists of an open'cut 15 ft.'in length.
���The main lead strikes N. 53 W. with a
northerly dip of.4'2 On the upper
side is another small vein, showing
four inches of solid ore, and ou which
an open cut has been inn. At ,i point
400 ft. above tbe work aheady referred
to, another open cut has been run 20
ft. on the main lend, and shows three
inches of solid ore, with two and a half
feet of ,concentrating ore. 7.1 feet
further up thiity feet of 'development
woik has been done, half open cut and
half tunnel. The,lead is here two feet
wide, with well-defined walls showing
gouge on each side and carrying solid
ore over the entire width of the lend.
Ore inns' into tbe hanging 'wall as
well.. 'Theie is,two and a half tons of
good-looking ore on thejlunip. The
lend is exposed up the mountain 'side
for a'verticil I ,dcptli of 750 ft.      "
t , AN'.N'IE  JI.
'. This property is jointly owned by E.
McBean   nnd   J. J'. Kelly,   who   have
done a   lot   of   woik   on   it, with the
result that  it  shows-the  largest ore-
body yet developed   on   Carnes creek.
The Hi st open crrt has -been run 35 ft.
and shows two paystreaks, of  two arrd
three   inches ,in   'width   respectively.
500 ft. further along   the lead, another
open cut has   been   run , for 15'ft. and
shows 20 inches of oie.    A ton   of ore
is on   the''dump.    250 ft. 'from   the
Jower liiiimil.iiy   ol   the  claim A'riTis'���
ciit tunnel   Ii.i.*-,  been   iiii'i^l'or  110 ft.
At 80 ft. fiom   ihe  poit.il   r-re was en-
countcied,  and  cioss cut  30 ft. 'to  a
well-defined footwall.    The true width
of the lead is "about 7,ft. with Jime on
footwall and  schist,on- hanging wall.
There is ore almost  the entire width,
but it is much   decomposed, by oxidisation.   The values run  from($G to $7
in gold so that   the ore  appears to be,
of payable guide if future work should
prove  it   in   soflicieiVt   quantity,  for
there is no better situated  property so
far ns economical mining is concerned.
Great depth  can -be, got  on the ore-
body, tlie claims a re splendidly .situated
for tin importation, there is  abundance
of w.-itcr-power at   hand, and plenty of
good tinibci on the ground.-   The altitude is   the   lowest   of   any   mining
location  in    the   district,- being only
3.250 ft. above sea-level.
- The tunnel displays  excellent mining.   There are two tons of ore on tho
dump.- Ai.other open cut shows a foot
of ore with'paystreak  of  three inches
Above the Annie ,M  is  the 9S,,also
owned by Messrs. Kelly  and  McBcan.
"The  prospects   of   this''poi tion'of
Carnes creek w.irrant further development  and . investigation'.    The  formation consists nf limestone, interbedded
with schists, and the ores occur at the
contacts of the two clnsse-* of lock.
' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
I'or Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whoop*
rig Cough.  Price 25'ccntsf large size 50c.
Chamberlain's   Colic, Cholera'
and, Diarrhoea Remedy.
For Bowel Complaints.   -Price 35 cents.
Chamberlain's Paui Balmj
An .Tilisept: ��� liniment especially valuable for Cuts, Diuiscs, SprainsaiiilRlieunia
tisrn.    Price 2.5 cents; large size 50 cents,
"���'. ."��'.   ''Archer'
or S. S. '" Lardeau.'
' 1-
Chamberlain's Stomach
- Liver Tablets.
Por, Disoiilers  of the Stomach, Liver
pnd Ilowc-ls.    Price 25 cent*-.
Every one of these preparations
is guaranteed and if not fully satisfactory to the purchaser the
money will he rp.fundei'..
'   , NOTICE.        ,   ...
���VfOTICJS is hereby tfiven thnt. Ihiity
_1\ ' d.i'vs at'li'i-ibiti- 1 intend In npplv
to the Chief CiiiniiiissiimiT of Laurie
and Winks lm- .i..spi'1'i.il (heensi. tu cut
nnd e.ii-rj- nivny I imlii-i* liinn I Iih I'nl-
lowing rii'-u ilieil bind0, vi-/.: '
Situated 1111 KiiiiliMi.iy.Rivei, iinil'bi'-
ginningat 11 pnsf inaiki-ri'".I<is. Page's
1101 ibiMst, cm ii��ji- pu-t," iibmit line mile
���southwest, of Gen. Ali'xniidHi's, house,
and running k west S0.(hain\ Ihence
south SO eb.iin's. theneo east, SO chains,
thence north 80 chains to point ot t-om-
Nelson, n."0.. S.'pl
.70S. I5
Rowland JJrittain, Patent Attorney
of Vancouver, reports:���   >
1*\ 11 Muccj' received this week
,1 French Patent on his automatic
R.iilwiiy Switch.
\V. l). Muir, the well known    biker,
NOTICE.'.   .,
OT1CK is hcndiy given ih.it. Ihii-iy
days iitrer-d.it'e 1 intend to apply
lo the Chief - Commissioner of Lands
and Woi'ks tor a special license to cut
and carry iiw.ij- timber- from the following described hinds viz.:
Situated on the soulh foi k of Cull us
creek, Konteriaj' lake, ,11.(1 lieuinning
at'.i point marked 'John Webhei's
nfnthe.i-t. coi'iier- post, about 1\ miles
above l.hf lui ks and 1 tinning south 80
chains, Ihence west" 80 chains, thence
north 80 cluiins thence east SO (bains
to pl.iee of I'oniiiienceineiir.
N-|son/U. u., Sept. 22nd. I00:l.
3009���WestininsU'i   Rn.ul.
Fruit and Ornamental Trees
Rhododendrons, Roses,
Holland, French, T5TTT T3Q
.' and1 Japan      -D U Jj-DO
Garden; Field arid Flower Seeds
for H.i 11
. Wwlrlmjr*.
Vancouvei,   bus   iecci\ed a li.   ri
- _���      -~-'. *\Ir    *v
��� orebody is that extending from the
Roseberry across the summit of the
mountain to the S.ilisbuiy, and this
appeal.-*, fiom the development on the
Roseberry to occur ii: a lissurc formed
in the grnphitic schist with the hanging wall in pin.vitnity to air intrusive
dyke, which has icsiilted in contorting of the sehUts The strike of the
formation is .N. 73 \V. with a northeasterly dip of 02.
On the Salisbury claim a tunnel has
been dm or. to develop that portion
of the group. There are no outcrops
visible heie and the tunnel has been
urn in the diiection of tho dyke, in
which two stio.iks of 010 show. The
tunnel bus ei.counteied 11 large union 11 toi" aiseiiiciil iron llo.tt,but lias not,
as far ��s run, touched lock in place
This tunnel is at 1111 elevation of about
.'r.rillO feet. An open cut has been
iiiu fui 2i) feet .md the tunnel for
2(i,\ fei-t. Mi. Brewster informed Us
t hiit samples from ibis Hunt run $M
in "old. ������'Severn! open cuts hnve. , nisi,
been run by way of exploration.
The Imperial .claim ��� of the , group
parallel*! .the,-Salisbury nnd is l-.icnted
westeily on Ihesiiine surface .indiciit-.
ions as the ferruginous dyke.
On the Hiuuiiiit. of the ininiiitniii this
dyke curries 11 (|tiiirt/. len'ri <2 ft-.wide
with 11 strike of N. 08 \V. and eiirryiug
free gold- It (lips IH S. \V. This lend
occurs between grnphitic schist on the
hanging wall   mid argillaeeous   schist
ruginous dyke further up the
mountain than the Salisbury. De-
volo.nuciit work consists of open cuts
of 2.1 foot and 10 feet, and 11 tunnel of
25 feet. For the lirst nine foot the
ground through which the tunnel is
driven is much decomposed. The rock
passed through shows iion -snipburets
fieely and it is stated these carry
about !fG in gold. It is dillicult to say
what the width of the dyke is owing
to the amount of slide rock, but it appears to run from GO to 100 feet, and
lies between lime beds with inetani-
orphic schist on tbe banging wall.
The tunnel is at a point 0,123 feet
above se.i-lovel The dyke has ri
strike of N. '10 \V. with 1111 easteily ilip
ol 48 N. E. The tunnel has been extended since, our visit.
nn: Ai!i:iini:i.s".
.1. M. ICellie's claim, tbe Abeideen,
lies a lout L,00t) feet, below the Cirrnes
(Jn-ek coiiipniiyis. gfotitnl on the north
fork of Oni'iies creek, nnil it is said to
have 11 line showing iif ore, but we
were nimble to see it owing tv> a storm
setting iti. The location is supposed
in lie on the extension of the Cnrnes
Creek company's ore. body. A tunnel
bus been run 100 ft. to develop a line
showing of ore. exposed in an open cut,
but, has not yet reached it..
KAK-I"   l*'()UK.
, There  nre  several   locutions 011 the
east fork.    Considerable development
Pntent   on    improvements   in    hic.ul
baking o\eiis. ���* '    '
Mi. Mnil's men' hclmi"*. to that
class know n n-s "cont ir-.iiotis" 11 that
thehe.it is tmiiiit.iin-d by Hues, in
distinction to thjsc which .no heated
by a Ine kindled within the* men
itself, nnd which leqmie to ���l>o swept
and cleaned out between the bie.id
charges. Mr. Mint's improvement
has been iliiected to the pinvisiun
ol .m oven pioper or bread i-.hnnibei
sc*par.1 led by this thin metal partitions froiii the wide slinll'-w lines extending across-the entire width and
length of the o\en; such lines being mi
ai ranged that the furn.iuce nnd ash
pit doois .ne at back'end of jJie oven
and outside of the moin in which
bread is made and handled, so that it
is not exposed to the dirt and dust
incidental to firing nnd flue denning
The inieution further cotnniises .111
oven draw plate on lo which the bre.iu
tuny be Ii.insferied from n stc.ini bent
ed proM'i table without handling of
the loaves, and similarly, after baking
the thaw plate is run out, by mechanical inc.ins .uid trniisfcis the bic.ul
without li.nulling on to a tnble placed
for its reception, 'lhe whole nrrnng-
inent has been carefully consideied
to render baking moie perfect and
uniform and to reduce the amount
of handling to which it is customarily
subjected. The invention is installed
in Mr. Muir's Mount Pleasant bakery
nnd has, we are informed, given complete snti.sf.rction.
Bee 'Hives and Supplies,
V.VM'dUVKl!,   Ii    ('.
Sl.inriard remedy for Gleet,
Gonorrlicsa and Runnings
IN 48 .HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladder Trouble*;.
*l��r*r   L~-  Lot.
ncwlv im-
ported   stock   of,Chinese
and Japanese goods. -
The best assortment ever
Ten services
It.l^kcts (
Ciini' Ch.liis
in   Revelstoke  of
I'-lowei* l'ols
Umlirell.i Stiuids
hunch ILiskcts
SlnoKiiii- .liictcts
Silk (1 (mils.
Kmi'st stock ,,|-...unlius anil liuit Iu town.
Front Street. Revelstoke
A  Timely Suggestion.
This is the season of the ye.il-when
lin- prudent and careful housewife replenishes hei- suppl.v of (JhniiiheiIain's
Cough Hemi'dy. It is certain to he
needed befoi-e I he winler i.s over, and
results rue much 11101 e prompt and sat-
isf.utiny when it is kept at hand and
given as s,|(in ���*.; the cold is coiitnietcd
and liefutT il has become set tied in the
sj-stein. In almost, every instance
n'sevei-e i-old may be warded oft by taking this- 1 filledy fieely M= mioii ns the
fitst indic.itiiin of the cnld nppem-s.
There is 110 (limber iu giving it. In chilil-
icti fni-item 11 .iiii- no lin r-in fill Ml list mice.
It is pleasant, lo lake���liutli ndillls
nnd eluldieii like it. J3iiyiLnnil vmi
get the liest. It .ihvnj-s cures. p,,y
sale hj- nil i.i*unp;ists.
OTIOIC is hereby given that thirty
(Inys nl'iei- rime I intend to apply
lb.' (/'Iii.'l' Ocninii-isidiiei* nf f.nnils
nnd \Vniks I'm'ii.siieeinl license Incut
miili-aiiv .-iivay tiinliei- from the fnl-'
lowing ilesciilied lands, vr/,.:
.Siliinled di (lultus creek, IConteiiny
lnke, nnd lii'giuiiing nl, a pusl. iimrked
.Miu-y' I'luisenu's iior-lhw-.'sl. i-in-nei-
nliiit'it, l."��i iuile< iihove i he finks, riiii-
ning ensl. I'l, chains, theni-.. miuiIi KiO
ciin in.-. I liciii*" ivesl. Al) cli.-i ins', lllelll-e
mill Ii HI'I (lin ins In pnint. ul" I'liiiiiiieiirc-
Nelson, 11. U.. Sept.. SJ.id.-lSXW. '
J. (J. 11 III rlli-i'H has ni i.iiiged I'. n* ;i
llllge .supply nt (i.iult, (lnnl.
Onb'l's l.'l'l nl \V. M. l.nhi. lice's or
It. M. Siiiylhc's will ha\e piiniipt 111-
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
'inllipl, (ll-li\fl\>  (if palCI'ls, h.ij>i{l
, In nny p.u I nf 1 he Git3".
Any Kind of Transferring
All niile.is lefl ul. It. M. .Sniillie's
Tobacco Stoic, or by Telephone, No. 7
will receive prompt ul ti nt inn.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Boughu
Gash Prices Paid
iiuiilt  lii'iweon   Arrowhead.   TIioiiihoii t
nu mid Comnplix, coininunoni|;*Oct. Hlh,
l.Ml   ^ {II sail iih followri tw-unl her iici-lllittillK):
I., i ��� Arrow hand for Tlinnixon'H IJindliiR
linn . 'i'ii.i|ili\ twice dmly- nl, 10k. and Ink.
J.UIM C(iiit'i|ilix and l'hoiiii<oii'n Jjanding for
Allow ni'.id I w-ilu daily at 7.1Jk. and l'-MSk.
Jl.tkn'iK close uuiinculioiih with .ill C. P. It.
tiniiis nnil hunt!..    * 1( (
Thu oi-.'111'i> rusorvo llie ri|{lil to cliim u liniii**
of snilui};*. without, noticu. '
V. UOlilNSUN'.
-   P1 Jlniiii(.'iiiK Director.
The Bevelstokc ^Navigation Co. Ltd
'-(IJuiii'K sen si 111 of hi^ll   will.
-*" ,       '
Pi irl i" en ell
FRIDAY at. 2 p, in
Leave Eight Mile Landing eneh
TUI5SDAY  AND  FRIDAY rft 0 11. in
Lenve Lil
SPEdAL TRIPS will be ni.ide be-
I w  'en il.ili's of   ien'iil.11'   siilint;   when-
-> .*!��� llllsjiios^ (,(V'el'elliAV,l_M*linlS-   S.I loi'. .
' ' """T    ""      ) , ' 1    r
The C'niiipnny leserve the liRhl. lo
1 li.Mini' lime niid'd.iys of .sailing without, not ice.    y, ,'       1, n
' .'     Master.
f ., D.
-    ., 1        Royal Mail Linos.     f   v    ���'
1. Ohoapest Route to tho Old Country.
ALLAN LINK-From Montreal..
Ionian    .'..*..    \ -ISo\.i
Tioiisinn     .  Noi. II
fiiiisiiiii. "   . ..       .. .Nov. 21
DOMINIDN-'LlNK-I'-i-oiii Jlontrcil.    .
riiei'ti-'iiil.    ... r   . ' .Nov. 7
l',.\S. I'.M-. ATLANTIC S. S.-l'miii Moiitrcul
Luke Mniiitoh.i  Nov. 12
.Mount Tciiiplo     -. .-.      Nov,
. AMK11UJAN LINK���I'-rom Now-York.
St. Lnms .. .   '       ..      '     A    .  . . .-(Nov.
New York    .        .... ..      .Nov.
fliil.vlulplii.i.-.        ... .       .     .Nov.
i   Will I'M STAR LINK���Kroni New York.
U J '
Mntestie '. Nov.
Celtic     '	
Cymric           "-       "
Teutonic   .        ... ....
'Life is short.,,
One third of your life i.s spe;H
in bed, supposedly i'n perfect repose, sweet, healthy,' beneficial
restful sleep���a,balmy relaxation
from every c'are.i
Do'you'spend it so?-
,   If not write to .'       "
B.C., 6
for an
Price , for
net cash.
AII.sizes in,,
the' full   size.
��� v*
First' Cost is List Cost and Only Cost
-1  '-,t
f     r-   a. I
������IIBADI.IGMT." .-(Kls.
"KaGLI":." UK)- i.n.l -JiKis. ',  ���
1   ���'VICT.OR.IA."     '
ii "���
,Are the best .that can ,be'bought./ "'.
���Don't experiment with, other 'and - inferior' brands.,'
1 , '< ,
*   . "
Ktrnriii ...
Umbi-i.i    ...' '..
Liiciiinii .     .    .'-...
���fioin New York.
 Nov. 7
..     .    .     '.    Nov. 11
    Nov. 21
.  . .    Nov. 28
il'jssuil)s'ui's tiuki-lud IIiioiikIi lo nil iiiirti ��
Great Minimi and Ireland, mill at,specially lo��
rates to nil parts of the European continent.
Apply In nearest inilwny or ���'Iciiinsliip a��ent or
t0 . l
T.  W. BKADSHAW.  Agont. Rovelatoko.
\H. P. F. CUMMINGSJ PaclHo Affent.
.V-       \,
Jas. I. Wobdrow,
Retail Dealer In
'   .    BEEF,   PORK,
: MUTTON, ;Etc.
Fish and Game in Season.
All oiders promplly filled.
A     '      '
DC\IC\ QT(\Vt     D     P"   'Corner    linnirlnK
ntVtLOlUM:,    D.   U.,   anilKint'*.liuol*.
'First-clups in every icPiiect.'     All modern conveniences:.
A " - s    Large Sample Rooms.        ^     ....     a
Rates $1.50 per-Day     -      ,     Special Weekly Rates. �� .
Queen's Hotel, Trout   Lake, under   same   fnaiiaVementi-
V ;<L -. 'pt\
y '"*'-'it
'. -   - 'f,
fa '
"ST     t
fa. \
'   '  '       COMAPLIX /-AX.AX
, ��^��
The Best Rouse in Town.  , --:  Well Furnished-   - ,,Good TableT^A
,     '    "' I ' '��� ~     --      isX 'X    Ay. '
Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock. -
W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.-i', -. AA
��   ^    *y    -y    t?    TT    "��*    *S*    T    T    TT    T    *S*    TT    T    ���    T    ^    "V    S"    ���    "5*    TC*     -     TT    T    Ir    TT     <���
' \"fa
. \' ���- ts
X'y    XX.
>--,' h1^- �����  I
', A'. A-&1
_<[..,    *,;x. �� i,,,
_������',- P'W,~- -\'-,
'     ably furnished  with  the choicest the market    . V''-
affords.       Best   Wines," Liquors, & Cigars. '        -
Rates $ 1 a day." 'Monthly rate.       ' .  v ,.
j_    _a_:l,:b:e;:r,t    stoistiel    peop
Remodelled and Refurnished
Union Overalls,
Shirts, etc
. W K   M A N (J If A OT U H10 '
, 1 Clink's'    .Apron"   nnd
I'll lis.
Oii'lieiil.Ts' Ain-nns,
Wniteis' A pi tins,
1-iiinteis'iiiiil IM.isier-
I'lh'pvi'l ill's.
Mnckiniiu ('mils.
Mackinaw I'.iii.s.
'I'm t> inlliw,
HnniiiiKi- H.ir,'-
IInihu lll.inki Is,
Ktc. etc.. etc.
Sliiits. 1
Deiiini I'anl-s,
Tweed Punts,
1 oltonndi' I'niils,'
Knirini'i'i's- .Im-lscls.
Wniti'is' 1 n;|,|.|v,
Itlll'lll'ls' .llll'kl'ls,
(.in^liiiin .liiekclh,
Jli-sioiiM''l.innul U11
Ksliililihlinl |s|;.J     lMun*|ini*.itvd IIHC.
Wnlrlioilsi's. \\ |,iii 1 Si 1 oi'J.
I''nc((iiy, 1 II.isIidii .-stiri't.
with all. Modern Conveniences.
Rooms in Suites with /Jatfis and   Toilets
and Cold Water, Inside Toi lets on "ear//  floor.^Ga.
nl lac tied, flowing
t.i"hted and
Steam Healed- Th
J. C. .GREIiNE, Proprietor,
vou* ho nl.
CHIEF YOUNG, - Proprietor.
Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
at this Hote
to   Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation
U.WI-; oun. i'n
The liest Dnll.ir 11  Day iluiw
ill  I 111'  loivn.
pi ti'ici.
I!.-s|.    JJl'HIlll.   (if
Having tfiken over
wood   supply   of  the
the lire-
umber Co.'s mill, orders left
at the mill, at \V. M. Lawrence
or by ringing up phone No. <S
will have prompt attention.
Wholesale and Retail
.   .   .   Meat Merchants.
Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage
<^seb*^'Calvary. Alberta
Neatly and
Executed at
The Kootenay
Mail Office.
Jtm     Q
, B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
* ', bbmincd in all.countri
Registered Patent  Attorney
Mixliniiii'iil Al.torni')' nnd ISnglnuor.
Itiiinii .'I. Kiili-llclil lllocU, (linnvlll(!��l... ii(;iir,P.0
VANCOUVER,   8.   C.
A   [Kislcnril   will sucni'i; 1111 vviitiiiiK appoint
sunt fur Uiuho who cannot cull during tliu (Iny
���vrOTIGIi is hi'i..l.y i;iv..ii rli.it thirty
XN ilnj's nf|.'i- dull* I intt'iid In npplv
ni llie. Chief Cdiiitiissii'iii'iMif I,.'in(I-,
nnil Works fiir 11 sjii.|.|,i| |ii*.-iii.;. in Cut.
nnd ciiiiy, iiwiiy limliff fruni'lhi. flip
li��win(r,' di'sciil'Wl In rids in th>* Revel-
stuke Hiding nf West Knoti'iiHvr
l/iMiiiiieiicinir ��l. 1.1 |inst 11I11111I six mill's
up lhe Uiiimw Uivrr t.i'iiil I'l-mii .Siiiilll
Cieek, ndjoiniiij: t.h ������ ���, l-*i 11 sl��ti"rtr limits
nn lhe cnsl, siil", nnd mni-ki'd "T. ICen-
ni'dy's iKit-lliivi'sl. i-ni-iii'i- pust," Ihi'iicii
smith fill cliiiins, l.lii'iii-i' en-1. Ktl eli.-iins*.
Illi'lH'l" niu-lli St) elliliiis. lheuce west S<)
cliiiins lo iiliici! nt" < ��� 1111111 > > -11 (- - -111 ��� ��� 111.
Diited this1 Oth tluy of Oirlotii'i-. 1003.
XO'I'ICK is hert'liy fjiven I lint thirty
(I.iv- .-iftcr il.itc I intend In npply In
ihe (.;iiii-f Cnminissiiini'i nf, fj-nids "11 nil
W'.ii ks fur a special license tu cut ami
cnl-iy ,*n\*iiy limber from rh,. fullnvvin^
(le.-ci ihed inmN in the Itevel-lnke Uid-
injr (if West K'Kitenny;
C'ciiiiiii'iicin^ ;it n prist ;iIm 1111 six miles
up Ciiiint' Itivern-Hil frum Smiih (^1 k
adjninin},'lhe Pillshin-fs- limils rn the
cast side nnd iimrked "W. Fleininu'-
sdlithwt'SL (-(ii-iici- post." tlii'iice 111 ill h
8()(-ll;iiri<, Ihence east St) chains, thence
siintli 8<l (-Irnins. ihence west SO cliniiH
to place of (-(iiniiieiK-i'lllcill..
Dati'd this JDili day of October, 1003. yy  ", *i  ( ',  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  ��������� t  ii  (    ,We have a large assort-  f       ment of'.the  best Am-  (        ;    encap    and    'Canadian  ._   ,u      L makes of  ���������A    ���������    ' '<t i ' -  y  ' Ladies and Gent's Purses  1 ���������".''.,  'L'   A  ' Card/Cases and, / '>  Chatelaine Bags  *A11 "thcj newest  ,6n hand at,the  styles  ,;i*  CANADA DRUG   -  AND���������BD0KC0;"ted  ~   '      .    >,  it. ���������  ^ ' REVELSTOKE.  -i v;���������  : a.. ���������  t-  <*  I'r ���������  t    "i, r  nv ���������  y^t~i .*-  M-  : ">    X ':      ,    MARRIED.     ���������   '  '   HoncK-WooinvAiiii���������At the  residence  off\V. M.icdonaldivKsq , ni.in.igc'i of  -   ~ .. _the Imperial Bank," Ferguson; B'O ,  I y Oct. 3Lst, 'llobei t J lodge,  solicitor  (     I 1 y  \  ' to Rhoda, daughter of MrvD Wood-  A       '   ward, New Westminster-," li"1 C  *- ,  .(       . H, } I '     t  "& *   '"'PtJKVis-Dqx.N���������At"    YnncoiivjM,     on  * --lw "Wednesday, *Nov. <1th,   hy  Rev  L  t, ������    . ,      , .^HJtoy, .1. J'. Pirn is,   of   Field, ,to  y      ,���������y    '  Miss Helen'J!)iiniT,-' lately of Rtvel-  * stoke. ,A  ���������    >   ,    ���������-������ _  * -*      . i . ' - ���������      r ~^ *  "J"'     ���������c     AluiK-AJ.COfrK-���������At Calgary,  pn   Nov- ���������  '������   M        ������ ' 5th, ^Kdwnrd .E.^Adnrf, of Itevcl-  'X t>    x -        stoke, to Miss Alcock. A- ��������� j     f  K ; Wml&geMral  It. T.ipping*is adding a supper loom  .. *   "* to the opera house. ., *   i  '-"Fifteen footballeis were killed in'the  ������������- -       ' 'wreck on the Big Foul, on S.iluid.iy  x   *���������   "',  (i    'The  regulai    meeting tof   the  city  ',��������� council lapsed l.ist'fngbt'Toi want ol a  'v  'y "X t' (j.11 or;uiii.*        (   ,' ( \i   ' "    r  .      ''rip ~ '-  ���������' ,r'- Scbhiiu, the  union J.iboi c.nuli  -   T ''      -���������   d.Uet has been' ejected1 ninyoi ,of .San  Francisco1 "' ~        X  --   , i     l i. ~  *   f.A- W.JSdgCjis putting up aii roomed  yhouse'on the Abrali.inibon   additional  ' Ay\* i * ,    Tiout LiikeV-   X     ^ :<,���������'%  .^ *  Ay/1 ���������>, t   **      --Tlie Talent Society  have decided to'  V_j*-   i+    ''f/add a   veianil.ih   and   stoinivpoich,to  St. teterV chuich.Ti <!  \    .        - '  '.- ''<,-Mcplellan, the Ta'mrnany c.lndulate  'was  electedt'Majoi  of  XeuTYoikby  70,000 niajoiity. l'j -"���������  ij-_The Harold Nelaoti Co will appeal  " at* the'opera Jiouse, "Revelstoke, on  ' Xov.'lCth and" 17th. ,  ,--!h A. Brown 'has mnile^jjnc'ol the  finest lawns in the. city"at his new  home on Victoria i oad.  '���������Trout  Lake  City   will   sboitiy   be  lighted   up , by  electncity supplied b.\  the^nen sawmill plant.  i< ".The  impoitance   attached ' by   the  i;o\ernnient to 'the C.iniboine-Bc.iton  road is that since the election one man  nppeni's to be legul.uly employed on it  The An ow head public hall company  had a meeting  the othe^day when J  .1. Foley was re-elected piesident, B  J'-  Oaynian seeietary-tieasmer, and (J  ')'  'Xewman manager.      " i  Yesteiday nioining the^lrrebell rang  out  an   al.um.   the   cause   being the  v.oodwoik in Aid. Law's   house  c.rtcli-  , ing fire through an o\ ei-heated sto\e  J^ttle damage was done.   -  <���������    An   appeal   against   Judge   Form's  decision dismissing the garnishee summons issued by Mis. Jowcttt against a  boarder not paying   bo.ud was allowed  by the full court at" Yancouvei.      t  i The city police  aie. kept busy. "In  addition   to   hantlling   n   nuinbci    of  drunks they had the son of  a ie..l lhe  lord- in   the  coop ".this   week for vagrancy, besides a case'of alleged laicein  u    The quarterly meeting of rthe Loid's  Day Alliance will be  held in the Piet-  'byterun  chinch   on   Wednesday next  at "S.30' p. ni.   All  interested  in   the  society's work are  cordially invited to  be present.      '- '  Judge Foiin has fixed the following  county court sittings: J .in Oth, Iievelstoke; 7th. Golden; 11th, Neloon;  11th. Ko-sland; l'Jth, Kaslo For  Trout Lake first sittings have been set  for May 25th.  On his return from hia tlip last  week (Jen. riupt. Marpolc told the  L'rourice- -'The Kootenny and JJoiiti-  dary districts are enjoying gieat prosperity, and there is not a cloud oi pos-  sible trouble in the sky.  Mayor O'Brien, who leturned Saturday from a trip to Fish c-n-ek and  Lardeau points, describes the Cain-j  boriie-Be.'iton road in frightful condition. He found Tiout Li.ke City  and Fergtiaon very brisk.  Hallowe'en pranks 'weie earned too  far on Saturday night, when -i-veiul  windows in the new school weie  broken. Windows weie also broken  in private, bouses. Thu is currying  jokca too far and every etloit sliould  be made to discover the otlendri** and  puiii'h theni severely If lad- untaught in believe they can tie-ti improperly wantonly this way and g(i  unpunished it will have n bad ellect  on their future lives. |  The Do'niiiiion government have ic-  siinicd woik on improvement of the  iipper livci, a ciew having left Thuis-  d iv lor .seventeen-niilc liflld, where the  Inst woik twill be (lone,        ('< ,      ���������   "'  I ' '   n  At last night's meeting of the Socialist League last night a discussion took  id.ice on "Thoi Class Struggle," the  subject being intioduccd by JJ F Cayman. /! W. Bell made the speech of  the evening '  , rt is geneially supposed that hotels  can open, bars aftei polls close~on  election day, but the Bossland magis-  tiatc holds tli3 b.us must be closed "all  day nnd lined ,su\ei.il s.iloon-keepeis  'who openid altei thc'ptll closed. '  Bom no.'Bros have piucliriscd W.  Fleming's lot ne\t then- warehouse on  .Second street The deal was put  I liione.li /by llcwis 'Bios The same  linu also an an god the sale of ID Knn-  bei ley's house'on Fouitli sticcttuF.  Bonnie ���������.   ' ' , '  ' ' ' 'I.,''1 /  Welituo leceued fiom J. F Leon.ir.l,  foinieily 'of ^.I'lnuui Ann,-now -of  Boavci iiioulb, a cojiy of ( his wait/  ���������'Lights of the noi th." The piccc'is  M'iy I'notty and ' dis])l,iys * aecuiacy of  ear in the c'oriipo-or ai-d considei.iblo  tunefulness Copies will be plaqcd on  sale at the local book stoics '  The lllecilliwaet setlleis rue mud  over lliu w.i'y thcy^weA" "had" beloie  the election with lhe piumisc!. that,  their road sliould he li.\edtii*|i aiTd Ilieii-  In rdge w Inch was swcpt,'out ie[il.iced.  They1 weie put'to woik ,on' it'a,few-'  days befoie polling' ,tind /immediately  iiltei the election the woi k w.isst()|ipcd  S.iys the Kossliiiid Miner., "A^good  newsiiaper should be the pride of ovoiy,  crti/cn in the community vv'lidioMt is  pulilisbed Theie is jip othei, institution which constantly, tluougl/tliick  and thin, cloud and ^uns-hinc", stands  by,the people iind'^lhcii ' inteiests as  the local Jiapei Theie ra-nothiiig  which soAf iingi udgingly gives its time  and talents to( the Tlocal^good asUhe.  local henie'papoi- Stand tip for it and  it will light foi joii to 'the veiy last  ditch "   ' . ?'   '    ' ���������    (  <-���������  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best' in the "World.  ��������� ir.ii 1 us 15 Royal Crown Soap  Wrappers, and in leturn we  will mail a beautiful Picture  si/o 16x20 ; or for 25 Wrappeis  youii choice of over 100 books.  Diop us a post caid asking  "      foi a catalogue of piciniums  to be had, FREE'for  Royal      ij  Crown Soap Wiapp'ors.   , '  ,'     Address ' '       ,  /��������� '        '  The Royal Soap Co.',  'Vancouver, B.C. ,1     , Limited.  BUSINESS LOCALS.  for   rent.    Apply   to   Lewis  *      *   t      f   - J  fioni -nil. N.  " ,������    Wakeful ChildrenA  A A'  Fin .1 long Lime lhe tvuiiveai old  child of Mr. P. L.-MtPln-ison, oil N.  IVnih rSt\ H.u i isliiii'ir.^ P.t., would  slfi'p lint two oi llncf liouis in the  H.u Iv part, of tilt night 'which .made  ll.vi'iy' Imirt fin hei- patents. fIIei  .uiiilhei tinuludi'd that thij ( luld had  '-niiii.il h nimble, and g.i've heTlialf, ot  (iiie*iil C!h,uiili(.| I,nn'-. '.Slum ((.h '.md  I.iv il" Tablets, ' whlih ipileU'd hei-  -linn.u ll and tbe s|i.|i| lliewbule injj;hL  thliillgh. Tw o hnvt*. ol I llese Tablets  h i ve elU'Cti d a liei in.in.-nl cine and  -he |s iinw well-��������� uul sttdiij.      Foi,   s,i|e  Piano  Bros.  j       .      ,        -   j .*  Older your   bard  coa  Coinsier.   > '' t     ���������  1 Four good cottages to'ient. A(iply  Lewis ,Bros.      i       y i  , Di   W.i.I    Cuiiy,   lesidcnt   dentist,  Longhead block.' t ,        /'      ,  {     ,  W. Fleming lins nirangcditp opon a  biitchc|'- sbop'on Fust street. ' ,  i<> Cash' 'must, accompany nil, 'coal  orders from this out���������I.C. llulchisOii.  ;' Macdon.ilii & Mr'iuteith ai'e unpack-  nrgi.i line stock of gfi'issvvaio Come  and sec it. i w -,  * iThc St.' Leon H lot Springs !-.,is been  opened and is iiow''icady to nccomo-  -'���������'--������������������-���������������������������'-      ���������������'      ��������������������������� -   >  ball ,on  tickets  Spent 'Over $2,000 Doctoring.  i t n  Me. Joipph Pumiiiville, of'Stillwat-ei  Minn., after having spei^ over $2,1)00  with the best doctors for stomachy  I rouble, without relief,.'was ' advised'  to try a box of Cham her Iain's Slomnch  and Liver Tahli Is. He did so, and is  n well man to-dij. I For sale hy all)  di nggists. "   .  !:bab,y9,s  prevents* 'roughness    of   the t  skin nnd chappiiv*. L    lt,  c   ! ' v  Bcslfor toilet .'iiidmirsciy use. 03s  AlBERT TOILET SOAP CO , Mfrs. MONTRCftL  azaroiamrifflrrgRPUi' vm umaanun  -TBT���������X  { RESTAURANT  OWL  First Street,  '   ]iist of i\lolsinis'Haiik     '-, ' Revelstoke.  i , ,  .For- vnm iiicils. Open day and night.'  Meals 23e .tint upvvaid. Special weekly  rates.. Good sri vice gti.uanteed.  YODO FU.II1, Proprietor.  i 'it  Tlie Revelstoke; Business College  vv ill npi-ii in the Liln.ii y building  on  Monday, Nov. '!', al OrllO a. in.  KVENINfi CLASSES^     (  ftoni  7:15 to i):]j'p, m. Monday  to'Fi iil.iy inclusive.      '  I-ji.iLlienl in-li iiction will-ber given   in  Book-keeping, Commercial Arithmetic  Penmanship,   Correspondence,  it t>        '  ���������     (        Shorthand, Typewriting       '  r< and English'',       '     -  and other stilne( Is, can be nii.inged for  incorpor������teo toronto slrj.a.boyd,  1886.      (    ___���������   _   '       President.  'STOVES;-STOVES:''}  i  '  To meet the reijuiiements of?'the X  public we have on hand a ear of the j?  latest and best heating stoves ever *|������'  shown in the eitj'.   In the wood aii- &fr  tight we have  I Iip <premium pri/.e ^L  DaisjyindFii'esideSouvenir in three *^  sizes. Besides these we have several'*!',  kinds ol\eoal   heaters,  niauing  lai-gest'assoi'l merit, in Lhe city.  the  W. ^M:  Be siii-e'aud give us a 'call' befoie pv  liurchrrsing.' ,,   '   /1- f*f* ���������*  ' '        ' "    i ������&  I   A \A7DCTMOCT ' FOit'HAitDWAiuc A  LAVyRENOb   of al.. kinds, i -. v*g-  (������4������|HHh48MiH4������M������^f^^  r  VtioasB  date visitors.    "���������. t  ,   L'einenibei ������������������ tlie".   hospital^  November 20th.  'Gentlemen  dr Hirsts.  bv  p yy  *   - -  Priz'i List of' the v. Rocky Mountain  A    D "���������    '  <, -   -t  i ,     Hangers. ,  The" follow.ng aie Lhe pi ue winiiois'  m ,lhe,Moms tribe shooting. Coi pH  Hanson liist, Ptc. Bolton second.'Scrgt^  Ringer tlnul,- Lt. Com'- Blown fourth,  Coi p Fleming difth, .Coi'p Spin ling'  si\th, I'te Bmgei seventh, Scigt Halt  eit-lith. L'te 11 Jamison nintri, '  CHURCHES.'  " Ifl.VIVAI. -VII i:iinc.s  The revrval sei vices'held by Kev. W  Vi. Clu istiii.is at the opeia house Sunday, at Aid McMahon's icsidence in  altei noons and at Methodist chinch  duiiiig'tlic evenings ot the week have  been well attended The lev gentleman is a noweiful speakci  .V.I.IHOIMSI  jj-!e\ \\" \l Clnistiias will pleach in  tne Methodist chinch on hundiiy  riioiningll, itteiuoon ���������], and evening  7 150 o'clock Mi. Chiistmns leaves foi  the east Monday .,,  su.vuror-.- aii vi v .  bpeciafscivices will be held in the  Salvation Aimy hail Saturday, Sunday and Moiulav, (.(inducted bv Capt.  Sh.inby. ot Spokane .suuday evening  will he the ineinoiial service of the  late Mis ISooth-Tuckei Monday  evening a steicopticon seivice.^. Don't  faibto corny *  ���������1.2, ladies*I.    - ; \x    .,,    <���������  * For sale���������A bargain House, fui-  ���������nitme.ind tlneo lots.^/.WclJ'"bituitc(l.  Apply to'll. 3S". Coui-siof./  < Tr.ivcllcis ^visiting Kevelstoke will  Iind-the best f accomodation r at the  Ccnti.ilHotel. Abi.ihamson Bios, o,  ; Ladies and gents .puises and poci<tt  book's all styles'('.ind juices The  newest, kinds always-.it Canada'Biug  ik, Book Co i /       i  - When you comer to1 Kev elstoke hail  tlie Ceiitial liotel bus to take you to  a* good hotel < Abiahamsoiii Bios  Pi ops.*        , ',-,-*,    '  A 23c. bottle of cream of witch b.n/el  w,ill keep your hands*, nnd faco^fiom  cctting'soie and chapped. The Canada  Diilg it'Book Co. make it        ',    \  ( . '-;.', i o  M.icdon.ild^it Monteith ,dinw al-  tention to theii stock of leady-niatie  clothing. Anoihci c.u , each of vegetables and groceiics liaslleen unloaded.  ��������� J. Guy B.'ibcr has opened up a fine  sto'ck of new goods including oilier  mounted oak tiay, sterling si I vei  nl.inicuie sets, Iiijuor-sets and steiling  sil'.ei novelties    x ,i    V  Km a b.iid cough, one that you  can't get nd of, tiyntho ta'steless piep-  niatimi of cod livci oil,,it wrll case you1  ���������KOO'.ijbottle at Canada Di ug'ifc Bo'ok  tJo's      '- "   i  , '' In iny^ojHiiioii any one' who has  a'nythrng to^scll' and stays dufbt Tun  ICoorn.vAV BLvn.-'biands himself iby  thntone thing as being sevci.il decades  behii/d our progi-CsSivcngc.  Wlij keep tiipjnng votuself nji with,  that old c.u pet when vou can get n  splendid new \-aipef; vjuiiie. Onei t.i I  Tuikish jiattein, which will keep your  floor waim for the winter,,lor a few  dollars at John C  Wood's.  The diug s,tores of the city have arranged so that on Jfonday, Wednesday  and Fud.iy of each, week "one'of the  stoics will be open each ,nigl-.t until 9  o'clock Dont wait till closing time  befoie you staj t on jour errands  "It is coming wintei i.ind vou will  want to dry vour clothes inside We  have extension 'clothes hoiscs, also  hoiscs without, clothes, if you would  pieier that particular brand ���������John E.  Wood, Che People's  Furnitiue House.  It.Samson finds his firewood business  so rushing he has 12 men cutting cord-  wood, and brought in this week from  Okanagin valley a Ijrst-ciass jeam of  hoi-es to add to his drayiug outiit.  lleeipects to have to add still another  team.  Another   large    shipment  y '; NOTICE.   , < < *': tt  PUUI.H; NOTICK lsKivtn'lliiiL the 111),' IJend  JL, l.iiinliei* Coiiipmiv, Limili.d linic iiiliipud  llio litlow inciilioiiul limliii* in.ii Is lorlogs Ijo  Ioiikiiik I" tliein, nnd all iiuison-tmu wiuntd  iigaiiist (luiiliiii; viiLli oi kcciiiiiK in posbvision  nny lot's bi'iun Kimv of said lniuKs:   ^,  y     Ir  '   Dated nt Ai lowhtiul, Aug :&, l'KU  '������!'    THK 1JIG Hi:ND J.UJIllKIk'OO   LTH.'  -tt'Jliiri,  Loik.a-ii.   Ptusiilunt  ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE:  In the mnlloi 'of jCliarlcs.Kiigb.iniii, dtcunit'd,  J������'rue Jlinpi. , 1  Notice'is lieieli'i  given  nil poisono li.iung  claims ngninst Glinilcs  ICi lgliiiiuti.'liite ol' llov-  clstokc,, U.  C.  Kiee Jlinci*. clccia-sod, nie ic  quisted to send  the same, ifnh voiiIIliI.'Io tlie  undti signed, on oi bctoie the 1st dm oflliuin  hei. A. IJ lllO.l.nnd nil pei sons i indebted lot hi.  said (loceiisedino io(|iiosti (1 lo iiinil tlie.i mini nl  q( s.ud indebtedness lo  llio  uiidtisigned finth  w illi. v " t   ' \  DatLiknt  Revelsiol.e this .lOLIi dm ol Otlobci,  A  I) ,11)01      '   '  Kit KI* KHA&ICH.  ^      l-        - . Uold Coiiiinissionei.  .   _ ^ KuvuUlokt, H C.  OF MUSIC  COLLEGC  STREET.  DE.'ED7Mr.D PISHEK.Musioal Director  The    3est    Eciuipment   and    Facilities  r.i ���������  '    and Strongest Faculty jn Canada.  i      V ,1 Inn onglilv in list ie iin.l llmsbid . ,  f ���������   MUSICAL   KDUCATIOX.    , _"'  i l.oml Ci'iiloi-I'Xiiniin.ilinns bi'ld eveij- siiin-  iiici mii i MiiiiiIoImi Nuitliwesl 'I en lionet: nnd  Hiitisli Coliinibm. '  School of   Literature  and   Expression  , .     '- a '     '  ' {,   jMis  I ne/. Nicliolson C'ullui, I'uiicipnl. ������  ,  "Full Kuciilly.   All branclius liuighl. t,  -  ���������'     .���������-       ��������� j    V..        ������       *  .taCALlSMJAKS   AND  &VI.LAHUS   KltEK  . -, ,   t r j j  When willing please inentioii The il.nl.  X  . X     ' ' ������,      -      !   EVISIflf.  ��������� REVELSTOKE DISTRICT.  .1.  Womtof l.ciision and Appuil Mindci Ule  tiiovisioiih or tlie A-sCosiiieiit Act.' will be held  foi the Jlevelstoke .Uscssinent Uistiid at'Revelstoke, in the Com tlio.iso. on the 21st of Nn  vcinbci, 1001. at eleven oclock* in the foienoon.  iVV. J. UICKKV, i  .lud,'C of the Com! of Ri'i.sinn nnd \p|icnl  KoiLlstoku, li C. Oelobei -'7th, 1*101  Tenders for a License to Cut Timber on  Dominion' Lands in the Province -  ' *-of British^ Columbia.  ������,> ��������� - i  C(l,Vl.i:i) "i l-.MJKHS nddiosscil, to lhe 'I'nii-  O huymd Olinos lluincli'Hepailineni nl llie  In'eiioi and minted on lliu oinelopc " Ten*  dei foi.'l nnbci llcitli No^.ilii." ������il| lie icconcd  at tins Dcpiu lincnl unlil niion on Wcdnosdnv,  the 2nd dn ol Diceinboi- I'lin foi a license to  mt Umbel nii'llrilli N'o i(ij. uiiiipi ismg boc-  lions 1(1. II, 1-', H.'ll, l,3,22,21.ind 21, in Town-  ship 22, liiingc I. Reel ions i 7 nnd ISin Township  11 Ifange i and Ihoso jioitions mil eoieicit.bv  'I'liubei lleillis Nob 'ill and 71 of Sections I nnd  12, m 'liiiMi-diip 21 Hange .1, all West of Lhodtli  Jldid.nn. Lolil.iiiiing.in .ueii of twelve siiniii-e  miles, moie oi,less . t ��������� if       1       ,  The iLguliitiuiis inidei- which a license -will  be issued, .ilso piinied foiin ol lendei nnd envelope, m.iv be obtained nl ihis lJepmlinunt oi  nl llio ollice of Ihu Ciown TmiliDi Agent.it  New VV esiniinstoi n   , ,    -*  I^icb luniloi-nnist be accompanied^ b\ ,in i|c*  cuplcd clii(|iiu on a chuilcicd IjuiiLXii fuioiu  of the Ucptii\ of the Alnnsici'of tbe Inlenor,  loi th" amount of the bonu*; which Ihcmppli-  cinl is pii|].ncd to pay loi a license. ft  .No icndei by Lclcgiupli will beentei tinned. t  , C*. J'i:tlLLY G   JCEYI'.?.       , ������  \. u.  e_i -, ' ..    Sciaet.il). .  Deptutiiicnl of the Inlet ior.    "  -���������J   Otliijvii Uctobei ntli-]'K������-  n. Howspisr & go.,^  Furniture Dealers, House, Furnishers - and ^ Undertakers  j' *        ��������� >��������� -   ���������  'Have just opened the largfest stock '  '    '       ������   iT '    x-      ���������;.       <���������-< ������ "     i  ,   "    of CarpcLs*in the city.' A.     A.      r ���������  ' ��������� tt , '   ' i '��������� ."j-sf*���������*  Linoleuins,^Rugs, Toilet rWapVjnd ��������� General' House Furnishings ���������  j.'.. f,. .     .   ���������'���������   t  *:    . > ',  McKuvziii! Avknue,  UBVISLSTOICIi!.  XX  EXPERTiACGOUNTANT  i .   . i       r    . . J i f^ >'  r        ir i   ,   ^--  i  "',' J-am willing for armodcralc 'remuneration-to audiLancL X  f   '  look after youi^bopk-kecpino-,-_ Ten" YjsAK.s^rtxi'isKi-"1  :-"- ,   -'   '*\'������   'Address 'Kootenay, Mail Office?.'  ,i;nci:.  ^      NOTICE.  "VTOTIOE is hcipliy ffiven that Ihirly  J^ dnvb iiflcr date L intend lo apply  lu lln-'Oliiet Coiniiirstiiiiii'i-. nt/Lamls  and Winks for u'spcciiil .lici'iisc to cut  and caiiy-avvny tinilu'i' fronr the foi-.  lowing described lands, viz.:    "s- ~  "' Situated on OnlLtis, cieek, JCootennv  lake, uliout2i mile:, above the torks on'  tliu south foik at il post"*iimi'ked P.  Gcnelle's noi the.ibt cm nei and i mining  west SO chums, thence south SO chains,  theni e'east SO Lhains. ihence noi III SO  i hams lo point ot coinnieiiceiiient.  ',   <. ' ,*���������    ,'P. GUNELLR.   i  "'Nelson. J3. C, SepL 22nd, 1003. '    ,' v  z.   ViV  NOTICE.  ���������VjrOI'KJII is hcicb.v gucn that thut) dnjs  JLN aftei dale i liucnd to apr ly lo the Chief  I'oinrmssionci of Lands and VV oiks for n'-pcciiil  Itceiisu to ciiland cany nwiij-'limbet fioni thu  follow ing described landion the Adams Unci  in Lillooet District   < ,  11. Commencing nt n post on the tte-tbnnl.  of the Adnnis liner, about 'I'll nulls nbovo  Vdnnis Lake, marked "J Jt .VlacDon.ild s N j;  cornel jiost," theneo south SO cliiiins thence  west so chains, thence north SO chiun*, thence  c.u-t yi chains to point of commencement  1. (ommencinctata po-t on the west lunJ.  of the Adams River, about .1*11 milesnboye  Adams Lake marked "J IT .MaclJon.ild's a it,  corner T*ost ' tlienceuiotlli-SO chains, tliuico  viesLSOcliiiins, thence south bO chains thence  ci.-lSflUi.iin~ to point ot ooinm-'iiconiont  IJnlcd llii-^lstdiu of Aii^u&t. 1*10!  .1. JL M.ICUOXAI.D  -   ' v NOTICE.  -VTOTICK i~ hereby a:iven th.itiliiily  J_S d.iv-s afterdate I inlend ro i|iply  io the Chief CViniiiiissiiinei   ot   Lan^l  oi  LABOR'S CALL  lied ' .'"'f' ^*f"-"'' *or n."*pe(i.il   lirense lo cut  , -    .    -        \-      !'.imi eaii'v  away  limber  hnin   ihelol-  p-mgs and mattrcs-es jiut m. Un lowir,L, cf..sC11berl lands. \ w..-x  >\\.\nt,.iC(Ji(Ym.\ltrcsi tor the winter.! Situated on south tin k Cultiis (ieek,  i and a cood mattress vvithont ������ jrof><! . Kooten.iv lake, and lieitiiiiiini; at a  '< spnni; is no good���������jotr Jivant one that j posl marked M.ny Rci-iseau's noiih-  'sjlicic is trouble with the C. P. ii. I ttln c't.uid the strnii:, we have a **p**cinl ' f't^t (nnier nbout 2 mules above /he  boilei-iiurkeis.it Montreal, 20 men '. brand Come and -ee ii:- ��������� John E. 1 f(" k~'>- 'ln(! ' '"'"riK "-"iith 100 chains,  were laid oft ..nd it is said theconipany.u-oo^u.eP^pirA Furniture House, j <A"'A w������-t _40 i-hain-,. ihiyice no.ih  aie nn pen ting men fi oni England to' Ar:���������. i ���������������������������,,.. r> i ������,���������, .,������������������������������������,! -i���������. I  take then placet.  I'iceiiluiit  Mitchel  'Dissolution of Partnership.  rnIIK   PWlTNEHSiriP   heietofoie   oMsting  1     inidei lho  nnme of .1. A. Alillei & Co. has  this day been dissolved bv iiiiitu.il consent.  All acei'iinls to bo h It w Hh <J  JI Kield, Jtcv-  clstokc, befoie end ol moiilli r  .     *.      .1. :r. CLiojrKNTS.  .1. A. MILL Kit.  Kci elstoke. II. (J, Oct. 2nd. 1001  NOTICE.  stiike  of  Colorado l-'uel   it  Iron Go's?  men. involv ing lb,000  The Aiiifiicnii I'odt r.ition   of   I.ibor  ]������ pro-eon tint* Vickslmrtr fiti/eris  who  j diove their oigani-ei out ot the tou n.  '1'lie Wfsti tn l-"ede!.itiiiti   of  Miners  , and the United Mine Worker- of .Vni-  'encaaie  plauiiiiif;  a   niei^ii-   for   the  purpose of   ��������� oniliitiux   all   opposition  to oic.iuucd laboi  uni e  IWJ ch.uii-,   thence   east   IQ   tli.iiiis  to  Miss Lennox, B  A,  has opened the } point ui i niittnuH eineni.     < , '  j business College ru  the  city Imildin? i MAftV* FORI.SEAII.  ha������   oidered    .i; on'Sccrtnrl itieet.    This- college iv ill be i     -Vi-Nou. Ii  ('., .Sept. 2Jncl, liltn.  "VfOTICH is herein itiiun (h.it llurlv dnisiifler  J_\ date I intund loapph lo the Chief Coin-  lnissionci of Lands .inih Winks'for a spi cial  heonso to cut and ciury nvv.ij timber from the  following di'icribud lands. \i/.  Situated on Collec Ocul. Iuialcnuv L il.e, bo-  Kiiiuini.' at a post .ibuiiUclvvn and onu-lialf miles  u|i the cieok niaikcd V ("ollitis' southi.asl coif������  nei \o 1," iiinuini; ftoni then'north J(l chains',  tluncu west IWI chains, thence south 10 chains,  thence e i~t lUOchains to iiointof coiiinieiicoineut  t'  COLLINS  Nelson  I! U , Sept  nth. I'M'.  * ,' notice!  NOTTOIS is heieiiy <<i v en Hi,it tlinlv  ilavs altei dale I intend lo apply to  lhe Chief Goniniissionei ot 1. mils ,uul  Woiksfoi.-i sp(.( ial license lo cut and  cany avi.iy timbei Irom llie lollouuifr  desiiilied lands in the Kevelstoke Rid-  liiu; ol We*.l. ICoolenav: v  (Jiiiiinieiu inn at .t post niaiked "M.  L. Biadley's y. 10. coinei posl," on  nor th Mile ot Smith deck, about two  miles up lioni moot h, on wesl side ol  Pi 11 si ui I jr luu I Is, l bent e vv est Kill chains  tliente noi I h 10 i ha ins, thence last 100  (hams, thence sonlli 10 chains to I hi;  place ot Kiniiiienu-liient.  M.  Ij. BRADLEY.  Dated this 10th day ol Oclobei, 1003.  NOTICE. , \  i i*-  -Vj"OTIUE is heieby siven tlnu thii ty  JL\ ' days after date 1 intend lo apply  to the^Oliielvconiiiiissioncr' ot Lnnda'  and Woi.ks lor a special 'license totcut  and carry away' timber1 lioni the follow iiif? descrrlieil lands, viz :' , ,- ������  ��������� ' bituated on Gultus treek,-Ivooleijay  lake, on jthe-smith tork'Ol lhe creek  about'tin ee miles above (be foiks/atn  post in.uked.P. Genelle's_notth'-nst  cornel', rnrirriuir west 1(10 chains, south  ���������lOeliain:?, theiu'e e.tst 100 chains, theniu  noi th <I0 chains to. point Ot commencement,      -it, " A  v --    -     ;  *P/GENETjLE.  Nelson. B  G, Sept. 22nd, l"l.l    L  For 'Sale '  750  shines  in  Beatnte  ^^i!  sell whole oi'ipai r* t For p,fi tii i.l.us'ap- ,  ply at ollice ot  KoOTEN'AY fllAir.."''     *A  ^ - -r   yy'NOTICE. 4l  "VfOTRJL is huiobi fc'iien Ihiillliuti diijltiiftel  JL>    dntol iiiteiid toiippb to the Lhiol  Cnin-,  inisbionei  of Lands and, Woi ks   for n S|ieoinI  license to eul  nnd cnirv a\wi> timbei fioin Iho  '  follimiiiK described lands, m/        .' - -    t- '  Ilouiniiuin' nl   n   post  nn tlio hank of Summit   '  (reek, Kooleiuiv Knur, iiiuiiiiik oust 1U0 chains,  (hence, norlh   IUtcliiun<.,   moie  or lu3s, to the \  cieok, tlioneo vioslerh   IoIUiwhik the cieek   In ������  tne iiiitinl po-t       d    a      -   j,   ,     if*  ��������� ,'        ��������� 'J   V .OHALHLH      ���������  Nulson, 11 (;,Su|il.27lh, 1'IOi  *������    ,       i     ���������**  'IV  A  -   NOTICE.  "VTOTJGE is hereby Riven that thirty  J_> days, after date 1 intend to apply  lo the (Jliiet Goininissioner, of% Lauds  .ink Works tot a spot ial license lo cut  and cany away timbei from (ho following described lands, u/..- ,J  i Situated on the south tin k of Gultus  creek about 3 miles above the foi Us  and beginning at n posl niaiked II.  Robei tson'.s noi Ihweut tin tier and iiin-  ning south Kit) chains^ .thence east .|0  i hams, thence tun Llr, KiO chains. | hem e  vvi'st 10 chains |o point ol tomiiienci'-  menl. *         ' -    '   ���������  II. ROBERTSON.'  Nelson. B. O., Sept. 22nd, J003. ,  i.i lir-st-elass institutrorl   ahd  should be '  ' liberally supported hy 'the  people Miss v Lenno-c stKo  tuition   in "advanced   subjects, nnd   l  classes   in    Latin and j( ������"������'���������������->������������'  youiiK t  irivisl  NOTICED  ���������\*(/ri( j;   i** In r<-b>  jfiioii  Unit thirty dajs  j>    *if!( r d . c-lintcii'l lo-iprilj   l������ lhe Chrii'  NOTICE  ll.'iebv  ^iv-en   tlial.  thirty  intend lo apply to  LUMBERING.  T I. (it ili.tm has liken a lo^iii  colilract on Deep en ek for the Arrow  head Liiiiibn Go ind bus put iu hi  camp-  It G Mel'hei -on, \f I' lor liiiirnirl,  poillt- Ollt ihe'eveellellt, edict the ip-  plie.lt ion of llu pieliielltl.ll t.i I ill,  uhlih fclu- Lamiei <:oVeriitiri nt has  ,u i.iil'.'ed with .-south \fiicn. e/lll li'ive  on the liirnbei indllstiy ol 111 ll l-n Gol-  li tn Li i.  k-lor l ill! Cl.ll  .iiiu i fioin the  \d im*. Iiiu i.  f Liiidsanil vv  In en-i* to in' and cum .may I  French for which -objects names ot in-   folloiwu^ilcs. Ht.id Inrids.m tin  rending st.rdent. should he handed in    r^"'_l Voli'm .imi������ ftt a t.-t on tin  ���������,,i  Do vou want   the   ne.vs   of   the  up-, ^"p' "<. Adam- lour  '������������������������������" ,*'Ji milisiiii..ic  ,-��������� . ,.r.r.r-.i     {.���������   i        *i     I Adam->. il<   111 irhcd    1*.II   Vlu. N.W.dir  pio.iclntifX sfs-ton   Htl'.l. '    hiili������eriljG   ,,���������-���������   o���������n,,> i,nih m < imir... rh,ni'*iisi n,.  for the Victoria Daily Time, for JflOI, |<!**"ii". tin nti '"i't*- ������" '���������"���������'���������������* '���������;"'<���������*' ������<'' ���������*������������������*  , .        ., i* .*i .1       chant-lo poln-of coiiiim-i.c-rni-iil  and leeetve   the   pnper _ free   until the L Xo  ,   (.(���������������������������������������������, IUi. nt  , fm<l ,m lh(. Bf,t  end   ot   this   >e.u      Jhis   otlei    is   for , lumk of tleiA, ,iihHuo..i1i'i'i- hlimli subou'  e ish-m .iiii inn.       -u'li.cullers    to    the    Vilim-Lake    nrkul    I-    II   \',k(i- -���������   W 1 nr  r.isli-in . iu him       siiisciiiirs    io    in . |hi IKi, I||)r[()  ,��������� , ,M)|r.   ,|������������������u ,,���������,���������,,  D'lly    (t-.)OO)    oi      the     1 w iop. '-ueek I, |min- tin ii" -outli I n halo- [in mi -m-i  H/l  (lil W)      Kill1     '������������������"*    tr������"-irt.i.il    iciiorts     (luin-to ti-'in   of loiiuni il" incut  nd   impartial   i.-ports,  '^.IaZ"* I'liTi^"'  l-VOTICE i  i     days  nlici date   I  | I he Gbief Gotuiiiissioiiei  ol   Llinds and  | Wot ks loi a spedal In erisc to cut nnd  i ar ry aw.iv Umber fioin lire I oil owing  fli-si i ilieii [iinds in lhe Revelsloke Ruling of West  Kootenay:  CuuitneiH ing at a posl about lour  miles up .Smith Oicek, on Ihenctlh  Link, maiki'il "W. I'opp's S. 10. corner  post." iheni c wesl 100 chums, ihence  noith 10 (h.lills, thence east Hit) chains,  I lieiii c south 10 chains to plate ol roni-  iiieoi enienl.  W.  POP P.  Daled tin, 101 h day ol Oi'iiber. JOO'l  -       c NOTICE.     .  "V]-OTIGE is hei'eby grven thatlhirly  1> 'days after date J intend to apply  to the Chief Goininissioner ol "Lands  and Works foi-a special license lo cut1  and tany away timbei', fronr the following desciibed lands, vi/..: t ���������  Situated on the south link ol Gull us  creek, Kootenay lake, and 'beginning  ata post 1II.JI ked John Webhei'a rror th-  easl toi'iier abouL thiee miles above  the folks, ' i mining wesfc .J() ihains,-  thence south 100 chains.'thetice east-10  ( bains, t heiu e not th 100 chains to point  ot commencement.  . * '    .    .rOIIN WEBBER.  Nelson, B. C., Se|it. 22nd, 1903.       ^  i * ���������....i.NpTICB.  ruOTKJi: is hurebvKH.eii thal'tliiilv d.ns aftei   i    -1      ��������� 1  ���������' .dalei J liiluiid tiui|i|)l> in tlio Ulm I ( iiuimis- ,~,  sionei or L pill-  ind Uoil,s Toi  u spuci.il liiunse .'  to cut and cam timber lioni  Ihe loiloHinc- desciibed Innds, \i/. y i a  Situated on Collee Giook, Ivoolonai Jjs I.e. and  bOKiiiiniiK ������t n  post   nhoul   Ihreu mile.-uptho '  cieok marked ' I*. C'olliiis-'soutliuiisl  coinur No.  -'."and ruiiiiiiiK thence noith bll chains, lhenco <\  west 8(1 chains,  Ihei.co south bOchuii.s, lhenco  east SO chains lo lioiuljir commencement "'  ,  ~~y'- yp ,c,x ��������� -���������-1---. -^   l-COLLINS. + "���������  Molson, IJ C, Sept 17tli. lilOi ,,  " 'A   ^NOTICE.    ,   v'    ^ '  MOT1CT3 islioiobv  kivon Uml Ihuij dinsnftci  n   (Into J intend lo apply t., tho (Jhier Cominis-  sioner of Lands and Works fur n s|u*< nil license  lo cut mid enrrj awny timber liom thofollowiiii,-    h  described lands, vi/  Situiited on Collee ('look* Koot'onn* Llke.and -       '  IjOKinniiiKiiln post m.u toil "II   Vllm's soullu a-t   (���������  corner N'o    I," about   kiln   nnlos up the cnuk.      ,  running north 1M1 chains, theneo (\o*,( '0 clnuiis,  thence south IliO chains,  theneo east  111 chains  to point of commencement. .  Nolsoli, B (J , Sepl   17th, 1'tOi '   'X t  -    ��������� N0TICK 7~  WOTIC13  is hoiob*. Kivim lliaf tlm l\ MavS afta ���������  n   dntclinloiid t h to the Cluer Coinu .o-  sinuor of L.ukU niul Win Is roi   i speci il license  to eul and earn .ih.ij timbu riom Ihe folloHini.- '  describi'd hinds, ii*  Sitiiiilod on C'ollcu Clock, liiinhii,; into IukiI- ,  oii.iv Lake and Iickiiiiuiik nl n iiobt iiIkmiI rour >  nndone-liiilriuilos u|i lliu ciecU nun ked "I!  Allnis sontliuasl coinei N'o !,'��������� riuiiiinit theneo  urn i ,i,n chains, tlioneo i*o-,l 10 i hams,'!hence  soulh IU)chains, Ihence oast Klch mis tn niiinl  of coiniiiencini'iil  ,Nolsou, 1! CSopt 17lli,'K0!  I)   ALI.IN'  Moscrop Bros.  RED  CROSS  .DRUG STORE.  J. A. Bi.ckhaiii, having nirpiiied  the above stoie, is putting in a Iii st,  class stock of ,  DRUGS' AND STATIONERY  Sanitary Plumbing, Hof  Water & Steam)Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  A fine assort ment of Bull  fui- sale ut ;i liuifriiin.  iVew stot-k."  I'KKHCKI  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators, .  Electric Fixtures %X Put In.  half-lone cuts of members, c.u toons  and ro:i idol* gossip. Tom p iec coloied  comic supplement every Satnrtl.iy  Kern it tr. the ''Times," Victor i i  FIRE J/ALLEr.  I . il    vXKfcRa.  NOTICE.  i  rroni our rivin turrt jponilr-nt  Win. Caldei  left for   Xel-on  1st  to  on the  perid a  ���������^lu^i������*u I Second Street, Revelstoke  Mi^s I.iiiKley has  pou  few days in Xakusp  Mr Oenelle retiirned to Nukiiip  W'rdnesdiiy nflni- ipendini; a few d ivs  in the Valley hurititij,' and looking  up limber  A serious accident occiiiedJat lhe  lotting c.irnp of Win. C.ikler. The  little boy of Mr initl'jrii. Tone, while  nt plnyiiie fell, stiiking his face on "  claw liiiinmei-nnd it,' is thoiiijhf, , Ire  liii.s seriously injured one eye. Ilirf,  pareiiU'liave taken him lo Nelson foi"  rnedical iittenl.ioii.  The coiiflucl.ors intend (.'ikirr^' up  llio di-jiiiissnl of sevei'iil of their, iiiim-  bei- without cruise.  ' VOIK I.   i- I'ri lij  /hen  tba'   thirty   (laj-il  1 ,>     ifl.r (1 ��������� e  I  Ino nd to apr-b 'itthi (Jihfj  I omiin ���������ion< r if Luid-* ind '.VorV- for i-pci il j  IIii'ihc lo< nr   "d uirrv ii'i i j Unilit-r from il    ,  tt llowini^ tlc*t  th, it I in J- fin rhc   AA un*, Hi- * I, I  , LlIllKM till-Ill   '- |  1     I numii ti ii w tl  t tii, t jii.ini'd on lin  -ii.ij  I Ii.iii!-  of Ad.n t*  fit.-r    moiif   "/   niiif ' illo.i I  V,linn-, UiUi   ii.irlid' .V  r,*-iiin ' .\    VV   cm   i  I p'Ht     tle'ri'i   -omih   l'> i-in.n*������,   On il" i .ni IUi,  , rbrilns  then/, north   H i li >lii-. (h( n<<   ��������� < ���������< l(.i [  (hiuii- to [iciii   lA t tiniiivnt' in> nl t  I _' r onmeii'iru ir a po������t pl i-ifl on ih' "(���������������������������I  bulk of Ad.HH Id.ir, nbout, I'll nilli 4 .ih'iw j  Adiuiw I^ike nirltid "VV Or'TP -i -i VV. (Or.  po**r rlener nonh I'l 'luin--, llu n"* iifr IWi  (hniiH, rh"iKi 'Olilh 10 rhilin llnn'O visl Wi  ch un- In poln of ( omrw rn ' ")' fit  llitrd Aiikii t IUI   I'H!  VV, (,UI KS-I  J. Guy Barber  JEWELRY  DIAMONDS  MM  I  NOTICE.  N  TOTK V,i  lit rijbj j'im n th (' llurli .1 ivsiifli r  ill In   '       ��������� '  "'  nussioner   of   L.-uifl.'-   uml Wcrl,  d ill*  I   world In ui.pli I" II"  lih.no  M s|ili(!l|ll  from  the  licence In imiI. iiinl (lurry nwity   liinol  fnlliiiviiiisiln'crltind llu.ds, vh'.:    ,. .  Sil.iinlerl on Siieiiiiil, llrcolt. Iioolein'i.v Kiccr,  nnd hoidiiriim: ������t u posl, ninrlfo'l "���������'��������� I'iiko's norlli  wiisl, eiinior p"-l, No. I." nli'iol. mio iitlln ������onl,h of  tlm crnnlt nnd livolvi' inilos fnim it- month, nnd  riiiiiiiiiiruriHl. Iimchiilns, IJhiiic* soiillilll clniin-i,  llieneii wi'-;l I'l'i eliiiiiH, Uiiinim Imrtli 10 cliliiil-i  to poinl. of oimiiiiifinx-iiioiil,.  .1, I'Adr..  ���������  Nel-ioii, II. (;., Sopt, -Htli, IH"*".  and a  complete lirr  of the  CENUINC  Rogers Bros."  Knives, Porks,  Spoon a, etc.  Kyr*i rfirt'fnlly c.xntnincl nml  tnoiieilv filled to the ln*!*t itrndc  ni-.* ^yi )  tcpulrinir. v S        -V S. '  NOTICE.- *   .   l  VfOTICl!; is beieby {,'iven that I lm Ly  J_> days niter dale I intend loapply  lo the Uhief Coiiiinissionei* ot Lunds  and Wotks lor a special license lo cut  and c.u i y nvvav Limbei- Irom Lhe following di'M'i ihed lands, vi/,.: '  .Situated on Lhe west folk of (Julius  creek, Koolenay lake, nnd In-Kimiing  at a post niaiked "Thus. Iiiu lenti's  southeast, cornel'," i mining ixirlh SO  ehnins, Iheuie vv-csl" SO ehnins, tliente  south SO chains, Ihence east SO ihniiis  to poinl. rl comiiii'iicciuenl.  TIIOS.  IIURTKAU.  Nelson, 13. 0��������� SepL. 2llh, 1WA.  NOTICE.  "VJ-OTKIK is heieby given thut Ihir-Ly  J_\ days nfLer date I intend to apply  Lothe Chief Comini.ssioner ol Lands  and Woi ks loi u special license lo etiL  and fin i y awny limbei' Irom the lol-  lowiuir desciibed lantU, vi/:  Silaialed on the wesL Fork of (Julius  deck, Kootenay Luke, nnd bej;inniiiK  rilri posl marked \V. i\h Donald's south  east, corner, iiiiiniiiK Ihence norlh SO  chains, (hence west SO ehnins, thence  ' out h SO chniii". Ihence ensL SO (bains  Lo point ol LomineiK clilenl.  w. Mcdonald.  Xelson, IJ  0., Sepl. 21th, HJOM.  x,   -,   NOTICE. ^  ^   .   "  wOTrC'i: ishoiobi Kiicii th.il   thuli  d.i\s nrtcr-  11    d.ili- I intund lo i|)|il\ to thu Cluur fimiini-.-  sionoi or Lands nnd Winks Toi ,i siiocinl liconso  to out. ind cm i\ nvi.iv Innlxi fioiii llio rolloiun^  doscribod lands, n/: ^ ,  Situntodon Colleo Ciool., Koolcnnv L,il,o,nn.l  bOKinnuiKiiln jxist about llio and ono-h.iirinili.'i  up tho cioolc lit n tidal minted -Goo llnulois'  soulhuiist cornor N'i'1," and iuiiniii���������' "thoncc  north 80 ehnins.' theneo vvi"it SO chains, llioncu  south 6(1 eliinns, lhenco nasi 60 chains to point of  commencement   I u ,  ,,,.'. '   V        ttK0* 110UL6IS  Nelson, II (3,bcpl lSlh, 1!H)1 , '  -   -   \   NOTICE.  iuOI'ICK ishoioby /,'iw-n ih.il llnitr d.ivsitrior  ." d.ilo I intund lo.iiip)vtotlio('hior ( oininis-  sioiut or Lands mid Wents Tor u special license  to cut nml cm m nvv.ij timhi'i riom (ho rollovi iiik  desciibed hinds, \i/.. '  Silunttd ou Collee Cicolf, Koolon.ij Liil.o.nnil  boKinuiiiKiil a posl about six and nne-h.iir nnlos  up the crook' marked "Goo llonlois' nortlionst  corner Iso ������," ruiiuiiiKUost IliO chains, (hunco  -oiilli jOichmiis. thonco i'1st l(!0 ehnins', (liunco  north I0ch.nu*, to point ol coinninnceincnt  ,, ,.     . )        (,''':0   ������0U LOIS  Nel-on, 11 (', Sopt  ISlh, mil)  "       N0TICK  mOTI(;i: is lu'ri'lij-Kiion lliiil (Inrli dnis.irier  "   dull' I inloiid In iiiipb to Ihe Cluof Coi s.  sionei n( Lands mid Works hu as|ieviiij liccn-o  to cut nnd cnrrv .ivmij tnnbci frrtm tho follow inir  doscribcd in ml-., vi/:  Situated ou Kiiinmit (WI,. Koolnnni Hivcr,  and hoKiiiiuriKiil a post iiuirked ".I (!. Hilling-,'-,  northeast corner," ruriiiiiiK lhenco smith 6(1  ehnins, lheuce Most 6(1 chums, llionci'nnrfli 8(1  ehnins, lhenco oust 60 cliniii������ to pmnt of eom-  inencoinciil  , Nolson, 1! C.Sopt  271h, 1101  WANTED  NOTICE.  VTOTJCK is hereby ftiven Unit thitty  J> dnysnflei date I intend lo apply  to Lhe Ohiel Commissioner of Lands  and Woi ks lor a .special license lo cub  and carry nwav timber li oni the following desciibed lands vi/,:  .Siliinled mi Corn Cieek, Koolenny  Itiver. and begin ii iii^r at a post marked  "W. Webber's northeast (:oi-r|er,V!ib'oiit,  I hiee nnd (ine-half miles lip SlIic river,  rimniiiK west SO ehnins, thenee so.iii.li  SO chains, t hence east, SO chains. Lheuce  lio'l-tltSO chains to |'iriin4. of coiniireiiee-  roerrl.1 .'���������'���������'.  W. WKBHIJIt.'  Nelson, B. 0., Sept. aSLli, 1003. "',  DININOHOOM GIRL wnraerlTTmiM",  be   e\peneii( ed;   apply   Lo  J. G.  Ullotk, Goluinbi.i House. Gulden, B. O.  ���������JJlOH SALI5���������Cocker els. Liio*-, pens,  V in B Leghi-u-iis, \y. Legiiouis,  Bull Oipingloiw. 11. Rinks, besl laying  si rains and good bud-, ( heap; eggs iu  season. Ailhui Sleviati, Alt. Tohnie  P. O., Viuiiiin, B. C.  f OST- A  A_i   Kiudei  Police.  vi'iii-old   Cocker    Spaniel  pi- .ise   i el ui ii   lo Chief ot  ANTKD���������Bv  single mnu, a room  lib  id.    P. O. !io\ 2S'2.  A NT 1*3 D���������-The pei son who hor  loiied f ri ii 11 I li." ICuoI.enny Mail  ollice u liugi>i iiiiip nf Jtevclstoke und  disl i ieL lo ri'lnrii sViuie, ���������   i    , ,  vv ilh or without hi  w7"  w  ANT TO SI<3LL- Universiiy 'ed  ition nf  Sbut'espenie .villi illlls-  l.i-aLions iind Holes.   Price $22 nn tcr-ins  nnioelv $2 ciisli und ij>2 per nioiiLh. Apply at Kootenay Mail.


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