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 -. ui-x-aorraL. VfX3nuxiManm>WHif*ui  PrWlneUl Librtry  Bews'Drug Store  -,'"' .FOR EXPEFff  'V  / DISPENSING A A:  Vol. 12.--NO. 27  REVELSTOKE. R C.  OCTOBER T, 19  )R  LIMITED.  DEPARTMENT STORE.  id -  :K Home & Go.  . Write"  For  ''Samples  Whole Sale Tailoring1.  r     ' .. ' ' '       *     ' J A''"    ..        '.   *  ,   Coiyic   in  and   look over  the   large-d line  of Tweed'aiul  Worsted .Samples ever 'shown   in West,  .-We  onn   take, your  '  a *  nieii&ure and have youi-suit made;,by tho .largest  wholesale  -tailors in Canni'ln.'"   Wc guaninteo lhe fit SO VO'U  RUN -NO  RISK.    We can give you''a first class tailored   suit in   a large  range of nice chillis, nu'ido In  your measure!, a great choice  of   styles  to  ohooso    rtn/j  ���������'    '    from, at- V*V  ,Again w'o can, got you any  stylo of coM-you want. - One.  of tho lending, styles js a  Cliestcrfield, comes just below  the knee,* beautifully tailored,  .velvet' collar, made', lo'< vour  tnoasure, fit guaran-.,,, '"JJ,*//?  "     teed at"-' 0'"-'  Come in and sec these they  will certainly interest you.  You run no risk  Fit Guaranteed.  C; B. Hume* & ������6; Ltd.  ��������� DEPARTMENT STORE.  SUPREME COURT  * - '���������  Trial of Siriana.  .   Sentenced to Three Years'  -   t   '  Imprisonment. '  Tho >assizes opened nt. Revelstoke  Tuesday before His Lordship .Tnslico  ID11(V. * The following constituted (lie  brand .Jury:���������Mcmi*. I'liipps, C. I~>.  Hume, Stone, Abrahamson, Brown,  Kn.caid,' Ii. I*'.- Adair, .1. Doyle, R  Cnley, Corning, Pratt, liarbcr, Young.  Mr. I'liipps was cliofen forcinnii. ** ^  , ' .luiiGU's Aimiti'ss.' ��������� y ,  , His houlship told the Grand" .Jury  llioi-e wns Only one'ense hefoio thum���������  Hint of .unlawful wouiifling with intent to kill, or in the ultcrnnlivo'lo do  grievous bodily harm.  ' * .    ''   '  ��������� The grand'jury leluriicd ti true bill  on tho second count' in the charge  ugiiinst Siriana of shooting with intent,  tb do grievous bodily harm.       '' '  J.'Ml Scott appeared, for (hocrown  mid Ci, S. McCniter defended. . * , ?  'The'dcfence' challenged 'the follow-  ing: D. Jackson', W. Sniythe, Cowie,  Fi-oiney, J'.Leake,.!. Rogers, J.J'ttlnier,  and the Grown asked   that  Y.  ,,  KAItliKdRKV. -    ,  Gd-toiii'-r-Ooi'Miiil, ulio (."tvo-4 ini"liil  l<<   liNj-.nl-*  .* .  '..I -I I ' '  s(nl;o scli'iol  j.*  r'~io  -���������<-x'1   ,    - *���������   ,  THE Ait ������CE COMPANY  ������������������������ i - * -i'-  For the Next  Ten Days 1-3 off  for Cash  ���������.*���������    *���������*��������� * ' *��������� - \        ������ i "t  IPbr the Next Ten  Days to further reduce our stock we  will give 1-3 off all j  our regular prices |  in our Dry Goods  and Men's Furnishing Department.  NO RESERVE  TERMS   CASH.  THE A. E. GEORGE COMPANY.  IMPERIAL BANK OP CANADA  ("niii'iil Aj-i'liori/od, $1,000,000.   Caiiitiil Vuk\ Up, $3 .100.000.    Host, S3 .100,000.  llciul Oflice, Toronto, Ontakio.  -  "llriuiotioi ill llio Nnrlliwost Torritorios, Jilniiitolm, Ontiirio mid Quoticc.  Tliid tho follnwliiK -mints in I'ntish Columbia: Cruiibruok. Golciou,  Nolson, Kovolsloko, Trout Ijiiko, Arnmlio.nl, Vniiciiuvor aud *. ictoria.  T It Mbhritt, t'roildout. D. It. Wii.kii:, Vico-1-ros'ilout and Oonoral MnniiRor.  E. Hav, AssistiuiliClonornl Miiiinicor.    \V. Mofimt, C'tnof Inspector.  Revelstoke Branch, II. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  Savings Doiinrtinoiit���������Deposits Itocoivod und Iutoro-.tAlluv.cd.  1    DraftM sold iiviiilnblo in all parti of Canada, Unitod States and Europe.  Bpoolnl uttoutUin (fivon to cnlloctioiis. A. E. l'lili'Pa, Managor  . U.(Jj\ceil-  luini, II. A, Morrill, und L. Fret'** s^tand.  /The following jury ,was empanelled:  JI. 13, Stonex, Cr. Anderson, A. Grannt,  G. M.'Olark, J. W. McCalluni, R. Sam-  aon, J'. C. Hutchi-joii,  E.  Jnckson./'F.  Fret/!, E. Bongurd, T. Lewis (foreman),  JI. Manning.,   '       .  ,   J.   JM.  Scott   called  the  followintr  witnesses  for  the"lcrown. vv. Feehey,  - '..     ii'*r^,      *  John Cross and TDr. Graham.1     '       ,  .Trluttoii had gone to the' States and  hia dcpositionAvasYe.ul.     '     e- v  The'evidence showed ; o,..parfcy; had  been drinking heer and-having a'good  time at Shardlow's till ,011c*" o'clock-  Sunday nioining when ,they parted,  and as they passed 'an Italian house  several'shots were fired', one of which  wounded Ilutton. Feeneyj and "Cross  proved prisoner was the man who tired  the shots. " ��������� ���������  ,.Dr. Graham wiicL^for a "month  IJuttoti's condition,was serious.,  For the-defence, Mr: McCarter called  P.' Siriana,' son oE prisoner, another  Italian and'prisonerA Their evidence  was: prisoner was' knocke.1 down by a  'blow froniiia scantling, had 110 gun",  and the shot was fuecl after he fell. In  a dazed condition from the blow  prisoner went to - his ranch and was  there till Monday morning when he  heard his son crying for him. '  *"��������� Chief, Bain spoke highly of ,thc  character of thc piisoner.  Counsel having adehessed the jury  His Loidsliii> said if it was a fact 1111  assault had been made on the pi isoner  and he had in consequence lireel the  shot, that did not. in-the slightest  degree a fleet his guilt of the ciinie  with ���������\liich he was chaigeil. The  intent to do bodily harm must he  judged from the act. The real  question was did the prisonei lire the  shot? They would have no difliculty  in proving that the shot was fired from  the vicinity of the Italian shuck.  Prisoner was recognised by two witnesses, who positively identified him  as tiring the shot. Counsel for the  defence put it to them in thc only way  it could be put���������that it was fired in  resentment of the attack on the old  man. This reckless shooting with its  chance of killing somebody must be  put down.  After an hour's retirement1 the jury  returned, and announced a verdict of  guilty with a stiong recomiueiidiition  to mercy on account of the.gicat provocation he had lcccircd.  Mr. "McCarter appealed to the  clemency of the court on account of  the age of the prisoner and the fact he  had a family dependent on him. His  lordship said he dusiied to give every  weij*ht to the recommendation of the  jury. It was fortunate he was not.  hereon a charge of minder. Jt. was a  mere accident that is not the case. In  that case one sentence mid only one  could be imposed. Under the ciicuiu-  stances prisoner would be sentenced to  three years.  REVELSTOKE  GH00L  Prize Offered by-Governor  d   General.  '��������� Wo are glad to sec increased intere-t  being taken iu ihecily^ school,'which  is advancing more than 'local rcputa-  , ��������� 1   j            '     - j.         ,  tion.  - 1                  ...   ,      ..  Karl Grey, thc'Governor General, is  giving a, bronze  medal  to", the 'pupil  who makes the highest   murks in   the  two   entrance   exaiiiiiintio'iis   of   the  year.  - Ttov. ' C.   A.   Procunier, will give a  medal to thc pupil making (hc highest  niaiks in the Christmas examinations.  * 1 *-, -   *  Chief Bain,will also give \\\%h   prize  to hc awarded at the judgment' of-the  ** '   . ..  headmaster. ��������� ,   =      ^   -  *, The rooms' of the   school  arc well  filled    and    the    attendance-   keeps  steadily oil the increase.  THE-SHOOT-/. ���������������������������  INGaAFFRAY  f ,**  Coroner's Jury finds'Sjorberg  was murdered by Johnson:  -        * c  ��������� I  Hearing before the Magistrate.  After sitting beyond' the midnight  liom on Saturday night the coroner's  jury, of which "Mr. I'liipps was foreman,  found Charles It. Johnson guilty of thc  minder of John Sjoberg in the house  on Itohson Avenue on Fiiclay night.  Johnson stoiy was the gnu went otV  acciclontly, his wife [Hilling (he trigger  in the struggle with him.     ,  On Wednesday before U. A. lirown,  J 1\, Johnson was charged with tin-  minder of John Sjoberg. Mr. Scott  prosecuted and A. M. Pitikhamappeared for accu'-ed.  The evidence was similar to that  given iit the inquest, and accused was  committed for trial at next assizes.  Accused leserved his defence.  HAROLD   NELSON.  The Harold Nelson Conipany appealed at the opera house under difficulties on Saturday night. The  train was late, their baggage had gone  astray, and it was after nine o'clock  before they -could open. The company's production of "Prince Otto"  was however a .splendid performance  and the audience were delighted with  the prescntation. Mr. Nelson and his  talented conipany will return at an  eaily date, when they are sure to meet  with a big house and hearty welcome.  The Company will play in Revelstoke on Oct. 25th, on their return  trip,  NEW   INDUSTRY  To Be Started  In   Revelstoke.  Messrs. Hcurick and Pace, who aie  experts in the {installation of exhaust  plants for sawmills, induced drafts for  boilois ancl ventilating .and heating  systems, have decided to locate in  Kcvulftoke anil will start 11 plant heie  for (he niiiuufiictuic! of tlieic appliances. Messrs. Hcndrick and Pace  have put. in plants in some nf (.lie  largest mills in British Columbia.  Itevelstoke looks good to them :ih it  manufacturing centre in which In locate, being as it i.s the heart, nf the  lumbering iiiilustiy of the west. They  consider Itevelstoke lins a magnificent  fiituic hefoic it, and they know of no  city in the inlerioi so well located for  handling business all over the pio-  vince. The.y are e.nli.-rpi-isin-- mid  capable young men and wc wish the-n  all Hiiccess in their project.  ARROWHEAD  l-'-riun niirmvn ctirroMHiiuIiMil.  During the month of September ji  local fisherman captured 800 lbs. of  trout, which he sold  at   Ki cents a Ih.  On Friday night 11 successful entertainment and dance was , held in aid  of the hospital fund. G. T. Newman  J. J'., presided at the cnteitainincnt.  .1*55 was realised and from the proceeds an invalid chair will he purchased.  The genial face of Mr. Prosser, of  the steamer Itossland, will be missed  as he has accepted a position at St.  Louis.  .   Organized for Revelstoke.  At a meeting held in the High  school, Tuesday' week, a vole was  taken to organi/e a Young" Men's  Ohi-istian Association for ltovclstoko.'  R. iHowhoii .called tho meeting lo  older, and 811)11. T. Kilpiil'rie.k was  called to Hie chair.   *'  Mi, ICilpatiick  Hliitod the  object i.f  t.he "nice! ing as lio'niw- ' il,  and  nslicd  what was (he plciisuii-  nf the  coutri-  iiitoi-H. ;   '  W   llew.s was olccti'd serrctiiiy. .   '  Mr. Wliillal'er was called   upon   tu  -.-plain' Hie object of the meeting.   He  aid ho I ml io veil tin) Lime had cmiic to  11 t-iini/.c. '   l .  : 'Messrs. It, IIowhoii and C. J). Hume  were of (ho same opinion, and pointed  out considcit'iihlo  time  bud'been   lost  already,' bill ,11011' Unit the C. P. It. had  given IoIh the work of building .should  be coniinenceil at, once.  .Moved by l!ev. Sutherliiud. seconded  by Mr. Ilfiine, '���������That.ilwu organize, a  Ho'Vclstoko Young Men'a ' ('hii.slian  Association."'   .,  ' Mr. Whitiiiiker then , explained the  part1 bfjj'tho constitution, relating to  voting niriuhurs, and a nominating  com milt tec ,< was appointed by the  Chiihman consisting of Messrs. Gordon, ITowson and Hume.'      ''  The nominating committee presented twenty-four-, nan csy^twolvc 1 nil way  and'twelve city men, lor a" Board of  Diiccto'rs as follows : John Lawson,  Tl kilpahicl-, It'. Un-uhart, Hi  Cliiik, j\., Mclntyre, J. H.Lyon's, II.  Criolman, M. Crawford, ,1. lt. lt,.geis,  Clubcl, McLcod, Anthony, C. II. Hume,  W. Bews, Miller, F. Bourne, \V. Huttings, 10. A. I'hippv J->r. Moirison, W.  M/Lawrence, .1. I'.AWoodrow, L. II.  Pi 11 It, K. liowson, B. Gonlon.* ' , '  Mr. Goidon moved, Mr.' Clark  seconded, that twenty-four be elected  a board of diiectors.���������Carried.-    *  Moved by Mr. McPhiidden,seconded  by'Mi. How.son, thar, thn.se twenty-four  names mentioned-he elected directors.  ���������Carried.   "  ' A committee on ��������� by-daws*, consisting  of Messrs. Hume, Miller, liowson and  the Chairman, was-appointcd.  -Messrs. Kilpatrick, liowson,' Hume,  Lyons   and  Gordon   were   elected   a  building ^oiiunittec. .  , Resolved: To adjourn until Thursday  to meet in the Gily���������Ilall.  Subscriptions will be called for now  and, work begun at once.  1'OAKl)   01' IHKI'CTOItS  Kl.IMT   OJ'I'JCU'S.  On Tuesday evening the Boaid of  Diiectois held theii liist meeting in  the City Hall and elected the following olliccis :  It. Howson, picsidenl; J. II. Lyons,  Jst vicc-pic-tideiit; T. Kilpatiick, 2nd  vice-piesident; A. li. Miller, secretary;  CAU. IIiuiiu, treasiuci'. ������  Itepoits fiom the comniiltee on bylaws were icud and di-scussud and also  fiom thc'biulding eoiiiinitteo.  Thursday's Meeting.   ---  On'Tliiusilay evening ,1 public incet-  ing w.is held in the City Hall, Jt. j  liowson, tbe president, in thc chair.  Tho constitution"- was lead by A. E.  Miller, the secietaiy. It was. approved ancl held over ' until the  application, for incorporation was  accepted at Victoiia when it shall hc  voted on lor adoption.  An informal discussion of plans for  a'building was then taken up. The  lion id desired to know the wish of the  contiibutoi.s legaiding piiltiugup part  of the building, say a t-yiiiiinsiiiiii,  with baths, a swimming pool and  howling alley about G,r).-*.|0 tins fall;  then build the leinainder next, bpring;  or whether they butler use what  money is subscribed by putting up  the whole building un a-iniall souli'''  It was decided tu do what w.i.s dune  well, and the building comniittec weie  given the right lu use their own discretion in putting up a pint uf the  building Ibis fall iiiohL needed.  Tho Association has opened up  temporary quarters in Mis. Mc Kit-  rick's foimer lestaiirant building,  whore papers and inaga/uies an: on  file. Young men arc welcome to como  in anv liini!,  19  Use Parisian  Cold-Cream  The kind put up by BEWS.  $2.00 Per Year.  Hunters an'd Trappers Supplies , .  Single and 'Double-Barrel Shot;Guns ;'  "Repeating-and Single* Shot Rifles, ���������-' '  Eley's Loaded .Shells     . 'n   "���������  Winchester,- U. M. C. and Savage" Rifles  Cartridges, etc. ' , -" -     '   > * "  BOURNE "Bros,.  ,     GtROOBRIBS, STOVES, HARDWARE.  The only Fit-Reform Wardrobe here is  J. G. Macdonald, Revelstoke.  THE molsons; BANK  Incorporated !)> Act. of Ptirlinmont, lis.ki.     1      ,  MEAD OFFICE, ���������- -'.       ���������     MONTREAL.  Wm. Molson* Macpiikiiso.v, Pies. S. H. Ewrxo, Vice-Pres. *  J.sjll-:-5 Klliot, Gcn'i-i-.il  Manager.  Capital paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  l-'i'i-iylhing in  way of banking  business transacted without un-,  ".in r.-s^.u-y del.is'. ,  Intere-tt credited twice :i year at current rales on  Savings Bank  'deposit-,.      .>       '        "           \V. II. PRATT, Manager,  Rkvklstokk, B. C.  Merchant  Tailors.  Rvcrvthino a o-entlem-in wants in the line of tailoring1.    ,  Our stock is new and up-to date.  .   I-ressing1 and cleaning promptly attended to.  First Street, Opposite Union Hotel, Revelstoke.  TRAIN HELD UP.  On Tuesday night robbers held up  the Great is'oithein passenger train  ten minutes after leaving Seattle.  The rohberb showed a red light, and  when the train pulled up they mounted the engine ancl held revolvers at  tlie heads of the engineci ancl fireman.  Going to the ex pi ess car they ordered  the messenger to open it but he  refused ancl they exploded dynamite  against it, wiecking the car. Two  men have been arrested on suspicion.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABHAHAMSON    EROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  Newly built.      Fir.-t-clas.s in every respect.     All modern conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms.  Rates SI.50 per Day. Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same   management.  Opera House, one Night only  THURSDAY, OCT.  THE BIG FUN SHOW  Richards" Pringle?s  famous GE0RG|A  MINSTRELS  50 FUNSTERS  The largest and BEST Minstrel  Show ever to visit this city.  BIG BAND & ORCHESTRA  By =pcci.il nrr.-itiKcmcnt botween .tho  manaper*- of tho vnriou? organizations  this wiil no the only Minstrel Company  to visit thi������ section this, ^ca?ou. 22 /)   ' 0  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  I'UBLISHRD  SATURDAY;  ���������AT��������� ''  RIVELSTOKE, B.C..  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.  Includluir pomace to En-jliuul, United Slnlcs-  and Camilla. '  By the year (through poMofHcp]  "j-j*  Half      -*' " "       '      I.-  Quarter "        " "    Including ChrlstiriM Mail 00c. oxlrn,  Ii5  ADVERTISING   RATES.  Measurement! Nonparlel 112 line-, nmko one  Inch],    "-referred  portion**,,  25 per cent.  ' . additional. Uirtlis, MurrLiisen nnd Dciith-.,  50c.  each  insertion.    All  advwtl-omonU  .. 'subject to the approval of llio ninniiRi'ineiit.  Wanted and Condensed Advertisi-ini'iiU:���������  Acenta Wanted, Help Wanted, Sltimtlons  wanted, Situations Vacant. 'Ieacliers  Wanted, Mechanics Wanted, 10 words piles* 25c., each additional word two con W.  Changes In BUindlii-,' advertlhomentH niiiat  ,bo In byi9 a. m. Tuurndny of each week to  secure good display. StandliiB ndvorllsln*,'  - matter will be changed twlcoiiinonlli without extra chaiga. l-'oi- mora frriMiaiit  alteration* the lime occupied, in inakliifr  .    gamo will be charged at iihiial nit oh.   JOB PRINTING promptly exBoutodal reiiHOii-  , able ratcit. '  TERMS-Cw-b.   Subscriptions imyahle In nci;  Tance. ,  OORRKSI-ONUKNCK Invilod on- iiiiitlerri of  public iiilcreHt. 'CoiiiinuiilciilioiiH to hill-  tor mu*it bo accompanied by ni'mo of  writer, not nece������%arlly for publioallou.'hul  m evlilcnco of kockI faith. CorruMiioiiilcnce  iihould bo brief. . ,     ,t  Wo request our numerous roacloi'H to  favor, un. with tholr asslstanoo In  makln-r tho KOOTENAY MAIL, tho  most valuablonclvortlslnfrmoaium  In ' tho KootonayH by tflvlnK t.-*o  prcferonoo whon iniililnK' pur-  .-ohnses to'those, firms who iipo  regular advoi*tlsoi*H In tho KOOT"  ���������  EN AY MAIL. . '      '  D  R.   MORRISON,  .  "- DENTIST.  ,    OrKici::    ���������  t  'Anew   awhknuk ulociC'  McKem-.le Avcmio.A t.-  EDWARD A. HAGGEN,  Mining Engineer;'  (Mem. American Institute Min nK Enf-Inecrs)  ���������   '    '"',*���������       uadian Mining       titutc.)    '  ( -,   Rv CKLSTOKE, B. 0.  KiaminatioD of and reports on Mineral Pro  pertiei, a Specialty. .-  TTUGH   S.   CAYLEY", ,  ���������  1    Barrister and Solicitor.,  OFFICE���������Corner of FifsL*Stieet^and  -  Boyle Avenue, Revelstoke, B. C.   ,  H  ARVEY, McOARTER  - ��������� .AND PINKIIAM,  ���������������' BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.   ���������  Offices:   Molson-s  Ba.vk *> Block,   IlKVBr.-  v stoke, II. C.  Money to loan. ��������� ',    ;   A'-  Offices: Revelstoke, B, C; KortSteelo, 15. C.  Geo. S. McCartkr,  A. M. Pikkham,  i  . Rovclstoke'B.'C.  J. A. Hakvey,  .   Kort Steelo, B. C.  s  J.*M. Scott, LL.B.  COTT' "AND  W. I. Briggs.  BRIGG -   A,'-   *  BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.  1 I I  Money to .'Loan  Solicitors'for Molsons Bank  First Street.  Revelstoke,' (B.C,  XCheflRopteriagAail  x-gf^K  LABEL) -  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1905  .The sentence passed by Justice  Irvine on Seriana expresses, the  determination of the courts to put  down gun play. There has been  too much of-thissort of thing lately  and the public will support the  Bench in its suppression.  The presentation of the.Grand  Jury should have a heart to heart  Btudy by the member for the district,  ' Mr. Taylor, and the members of the  McBride Government. The way in  which the interests of this city are  neglected is discreditable to both  government and member, and it is  -high time the gaol and such other  matters had attention.  When Supt, Itobinson 'declared  at the high school reception in this  city last week (the government  guaranteed teachers $40 a month  he deserved the'rebuke administered  to him and the government by Mr.  Palmer. The* Hon. F. J. Fulton  and Mr. Robinson ought to be  ashamed of their school legislation.  The result is that in country districts salaries of teachers are cut  down to the government guarantee  and much hardship results, with a  damaging effect on - educational  interests.  If the statement in Vancouver  Island papers be true that .IT If.  Hawthornwaite, M.I'.I'., took action  to block the settlement of the  Nanaimo coal strike the action is  not creditable to that gentleman.  We should regret to think Mr.  Hawthornwaite would i-eek to profit by stirring up strife among his  fellowmen: and especially by striving to keep capital and labor at  each other's throats. The action of  Ralph Smith, M.P., and McKenzie  King of the Dominion Labor Department in settling the strike will  ' be highly appreciated in this province.  PICTURESQUE  REVELSTOKE  From tho presses of the Kootenay  Mail Publishing Company ,thoro was  issued this week a booklet containing  a write-up and' over 127 halftone  pictures of Itevelstoke and the surrounding district. The illustrations,  are printed on Art Photo' Book -paper  and the book'appears in a neat cover  bound with ,'ribbon.'' The cover is  printed in colored ink, with halftone  prints of tiie Columbia Canyon at"  Rcvolstoko and a view* of, Mt. Sir  Donald with its top enveloped in a  sea of cloud as seen'from the Cougar  Basin caves.    ,   * '' ,  A supply of these booklets was sent  to iVcw Westminbtoi-'for circulation at  the exhibition/' Tho "booklet is pub-(  lished at $1.00 ancl may hc obtained  from the following: '������ ��������� ' '������������������  , Canada Drug and 'Book Conipany,  Itevelstoke.  W. Mews, Itoveldtoko. ' ' .  lied Cross Drug Company, Hovel-  Bioko.,   , '       '���������',''  K. Cl. Drown, Hovolstoko.        ,*,  K.'Mctiaghriin and Co.,'Arrow head,  and booksellers and news agents in  other- parts of ' the -"Province, the'  Territories and the States., .', *  ��������� The'view's published comprise the  following: ' *,    t  '    '   '   KKVKI.STOKI"  The city, "McKcn/.ic Avenue looking  north and south, Kirst Street, Columbia River ancl Mount-Begbie, Illccilli-  Canyoii, Boating at Revelstoke, Revelstoke _ in.. Early _ Days, Hockey and  Lacrosse Teams, Amateur Dramatists,  Lawn Tennis Club, Snowslioo Party,  Ski 'Club, McKdnzic Avenue Residences, Diocesan Synod, West End  Residences, Banks, Hotels, Cliurchcs,  Steamer Revelstoke,-ito." ''.'-  i ' piiiiLic ituii.i'iNGS   ;  Court House,.Hospital, Drill Hall,  Public School, City Hall, No! 2 Fire  Hall. - *  ,'   * ' RAILKOADING ,    '     s  ��������� C. P. R. Shops, Railway Bridges,  Line along Illecilliwaet,' Group of C.  P. R.. Engineers, Interior of Snow  Shed, Stoney Creek Bridge under,construction, test, ancl completed, The  Loop, Gasoline Tourist Car.  LUMIIUKINCi  ,- Mills of Bowman Lumber Conipany,  Yalo Columbia Lumber .Company,  Big Bend Lumber Company, Mundy  Lumber .Company, Splashing .Logs  ancl Felling Trees, "Eagle River Lumber Co.'s Limits, E. L. Kinmau's  Logging , Camp and Steam Logger,  Eagle -River-Lumber Co.'s Limits,  Cedar Trees Bowman Lumber Co.'s  Limits, Dickenson's Logging Camp,  ���������Arrowhead.'-Lumber -Co.'s Limits,  Mundy Lumber Co's Store and Offices,  Yale-Columbia ancl Mundy Lumber  Co.'s Steam Tugs, Bowman Lumber  Co.'s Logging Teams  MINES  Oyster Criterion, Eva, Goldfinch,  and Ferguson Mills, Eva Flume, Silver Cup Tunnels and Tramway,  Ferguson Mines, Dam, Flume, and  Electric Motor, Silver Cup Mountain.  MOUNTAIN SCENES.  Head of Illecilliwaet Valley, Three  Valley Lake, Frog Creek Falls, Halcyon. Falls, Glacier House and Hermit  Range, The Great Glacier, Hermit  House and Store, Rogers Pass, Glacier  Station and Mt. Sir Donald, Marion  Lake and Glacier, Rogers Pass now  and in construction days, Cougar  Basin, Lake aud Mountain, View of  Mt. Sir Donald from Caves, Interior  riew of Cave.  CAMBORNE  Big Cedars, Fish Creek Canyon,  Pool Creek.  ARROWHEAD -  . View of Town.  HALCYON  The Sanitarium.  At the social of the 22nd ult. refreshments wore supplied ' hy tho ladies of  valley in that efficient manner for  whicc thoy are so well known.  A coi rectum must ho made of tho  account of, the fatal accident1 to a  section man. Thc ileccnsect's niuiio was  Matti Oj-ild. Ho was not foreman hul  ono of the hands on- the section  between Craigollacliio and Howie.  The accident occurred' on the George  Creek'trestle, a short distance west of  Craigellachio.  In view of'l.he accident can anyone  inform your, correspondent why the  rule re whistling at switches and  curves is so systematically.* neglected  by engineers'?,  Visitors to Hcvclstokc from this  valley last-week included 'Messrs. H.  \V, I'ruhn and ,1. II. Wolscy, and i\lrs.  Scott. Mrs. Doinscy i.s visiting her  mother Mrs. I.oftus. '  Mis-i Hiiyr.es loft Monday foi" a  lengthened visit In Vernon.'     ,��������� ,  Mr. .1. Anderson i.s still engaged  putting the linishing touch'*') In Mr.  C. Kriokson's residence.'  Kootona* ��������� Lodge No. 15 A.F, & A.M.  Tho rcKular meet-  hiKH nro held In tho  MiihoiiIo Tomplo'  jd-lKVllowHlIall, on  the third Monday In  ouch month at 8  li.in. VIkIIIiikbroth-  run coi-dlally -welcomed.    '  O. A. PROCUNlicit. Si'.ci������i:r.'iiv.  SELKIRK LODGE. NO   12, I. O. O. F.  , MoctH every TueHday  evening in' Solltlrk  J fall at 8 '��������� o'clock.  VlHltiiiK brethren cordially invited to. attend.  1). I'ATjMKH, N.G. i. MATIIIR,:Si:o  PROVINCIAL GRANTS.  Ottawa, Sept. 27.���������W. Pugsley, attorney-general of New Brunswick, expects the Dominion Government  shortly to invite the provinces to meet  at Ottawa for a discussion of financial  arrangements, fishery jurisdiction,  etc., as promised by Si-i Wilfrid  Laurier last session.  MALAKWA.  H'roni our own corre-Toinli'iiL  A ?ocial gathering as.-embled at thc  schoolroom on l-'riday evening, 22nd  ult., to hid farewell to L. E. Gosling,  Prcihytcrian missionary, whir is leaving fur Winnipeg fur a course; at, the  college. Speeches were made in appreciation of Mr. Gosling's ctVurts in tin-  valley, and regret uvpiTHscd al, hi*-  departure. rinine of the children displayed their abilities in dialogues and  recitations, and songs wore rendered  by Messis. Gosling, K. A. Hay lies, F.  Boislcy ancl Hall. U'c untleivtand a  movement is on foot to endeavour to  obtain the services of .Mr. Gosling for  next season.  L. E. Gosling held his farewell  service on Sunday morning, the majority of the inhabitants of Malakwa  attending in spite of the inclemency  of the weather.  C. Erickson's new residence is  nearly completed.  A Galder's bridge crew left Monday  after about ten days stay.  The shipment of vegetables is beginning at this point, Messrs. Hriihn  and Erickson being about the lirst to  move stuff.  When You Have a Ba(f Cold  Yon want a remedy that will not  only gis'c quick,relief but cIVcct a per;'  inaneut cure,   '       ���������'      .... .  You want a remedy that will relieve  the lungs and keep expectoration easy.  You want a remedy that will count-  cruel, any tendency towards pneumonia'.  You want a, remedy that is pleasant  and safe to take. '' ' ������      .  , Chaiuh'erlain'scough remedy .meets  all .these requirements and for the  speedy ancl permanent euro of bad  colds HtiimlM without a peer. For sale  by all druggists.'    /  CANADIAN METAL COMPANY, LTD.,  'ZIN.C' SMELTERS, - FRANK,'  ALTA..   ,  BUYERS OF     ;  Zinc-bc'iring* Silver-Loud Ores.     Properties carrying Zinc.-  '   Ores bonded, developed and purchased/    . ���������   f.  FINANCIAL  ASSISTANGE* GIVEN  To owners- of mineral properties' carrying zinc-bearing ores  in payable quantities, i Send particulars of zinc yores find  ���������   -       -     ' '   "-   , properties to '        ,   , '      ; -   '���������-  '" E. A.'HAGGEN,'Revelstoke.,  , ��������� Agent for Canadian Metal Company  ���������"OS ���������*       i    ' for North East Kootenay, North West Kootenay and Yale.  A Mining Expert  who: appreciates  good boots-"Leckie  boots"-writes us  as follows:  UNION  STEAMSHIP COMPANY  OF.BRITISH'COLUMBIA  ' -    LIMITED  TELCO   ADD i   "UNION"     ,  CODE, A. O   C  EN-VOYAGE, S. S. -"CASSIAR.  AIessks. J. 1/kokie Co., Ltd., , -.   ','    ��������� u.        _     .   .    ,'*  Van-coovi:k, B.,0.     -    ,     ,   .* ' t '       .  ,* ,   ,' Gcxtlumex1:���������1 take'pleasure m stating the following fact; yiz:  '  -        'About a month ago 1 had two men start with me, mining, the  one bought a .iilO.OO pair of Boots,' and  the  other'a1 pair of  Y0UK make of Logging ancl Miners'Boots,'foi which he paid "'."'.OO  in a' retail store in Vancouver. The "flO.OO Boots did not stand up  to their work at.thc counters, ancl the sole at the instep separated,  neither did they keep the man's feet dry ; while tbe Boots of YOUR  make have given proper satisfaction in workmanship, material,  wear and comfort. . ' ' c  H am, Gentlemen,, ,  Yours truly, -       '  P. \V. "MeCRADY, C. it M. E.;  Supt. Cuba Silver Minine Co.  For sale retail by all good Shoe Dealers.    'Manufactured  and sold wholesale by  J. Leckie Co.. Ltd.; Vancouver. B.C.  You Won't Find Tailors  and Dressmakers using any but  Belding's vSilk. ��������� They must have  strong, tough silk--free of kinks and  knots���������that sews smoothly and evenly  '���������and runs freely in thc highest speeded machines.  That's why they choose  BEADING'S  /Lem^&i7i>fr&f'.  ���������bos'���������   ,,  Jdfc \c-uJu <>������ *t>0-ir-tL- *e<4s 4s6  r&asfiafid!' r   -/^^ay/p Jtfft<4f,r 't/jnu  M  Inviting.  Prospect  riooney's Perfection  Cream Sodas  Moohey's Biscuits arc an evenly  balanced, wholesome, ��������� nourishing  food, equally good for young and  old. - Made from Canada's finest  wheat flour, rich cream and pure  butter.    Baked by the^ Mooney'  baker in the Mooney way.  /- i'  Say "Moohey's' to your grocer.  BRICKS! BRICKS!  ' The Best' Clay in Okaiiagan Valley,  Well-bm-nt .Bricks in large or small  quantity at reitsonable prices. ,, ,  . ' ENDERBY brick: &TrLLl CO.,  OOOjc'17   >;       *'   -      Enderby, B.C.  - Alphonsus De Feo  .      :    PROFESSOR . -  .; OF. PIANO       , '  Lessons 50c. Each.',  "   Given at'Mr. Dominic Gallicono,    ;  ,, near Station.  Music supplied at "At Homes" and  , ��������� .Dances.  Cook's Cotton Root J Compound.  sutrat-ltute.  Tho Cook Medicine Co..  Tbe only sato effeotual monthly;  medicine on which women oan'  depend. Sold in two degrees of  strength���������No. 1, for ordinary,  cases, $1 per box; No.' 3, 10 do-,  grees stronger for Special  ase9, $3 per box. Sold l>y all  ditingiits. Ask for Cook's Cotton Koot Compound; take no  Windsor, Ontario.  d*$������^^JSd  kJ  pool  Sold fly f.entliiitf  Dealers I-'ieiy-  where.  igyzr.  ^ '<sSc  The Lest for ' all  ": i nd s ii f sc wi n g.  ly.r ry ; hade and color  for fl rob-'-making,  c-ml.r.jidcry and fancy  .mi'!:.  GRAND ACCORD!  Z'.rMJ.������ee  W������d������ddi������  ^���������&'''.m{.i:  ,*^P  Wonld'nt you lifce ^  to b������������c ot������e ������yf tlieseOranAeoocert Axictrr-  dions? We are ^rxftwg.thqg away ������b������o-  lut������4y free io thcae-abo gi������e us a small  amoturt of tfaear Cion. "l*c .ire determined  by our lilxrrality krr-n&tctrjne* our fam<������is j  Good Mope \hi0jilmMit PMhi into irvtry  home Theue P5U*o������e a-Sptendid Jtemedy  for all weak a������<l iiopure condition;! of  the BJooH, fndigestion, Stomach 7rtmh\r,  Constipalloii, WeaJmcflS ami all Itervoa*-  Di������<wcl<Ts. Tbey sreenittysoM. Send us  no monoy, jiwt -mar name an4 addreai,  moA we mW se������<!t y������m Eight Boxes of  our Tmmow {!t������morf������os. SeW-M-em wt 2!>c. per box (these are our regular  50c. sfee.) When we receive the money for the }SWs -whttth we -will send ,  yon immediately after you have sold the 8 boxes and returned the $2. to  us, we will then promptly send you one of these Grand Concert Acoor-  dions. They have handsome ebonized case, 10 nickel keys, Jtstops, double  bellows, full rich tone, and will delight and satisfy you. Our methods  are honest and we mean ju9t what ye say. Don't mlas this ohanoo.  Write us to-day and be the first In your lrcality.  GOOD HOP��������� REMEDY Co. D������.pt. MONTREAL, CAN.  OCEAN   STEAMSHIPS.  oyal Mall Lines. *  Choapest Route to tho Old Country.  ALLAN LINK���������From Montreal.  Victorian Sept. 29  Bavarian Oct. ti  Virginian Oct. 13  Tunisian '. Oct. 20  Vict nriit.ii Oct. 29  OAN. PAG. ATLANTIC S. S.���������From Montreal  Lake Champlain Sept. 28  Lake Eric .' Oct. 12  Lake Manitoba .' Oct. 19  DOMINION LINE-Froni Montreal.  Dom in ion Sopt. 2*1  Ottawa Sept. 30  Kensington  Oct. 7  Canada .* Oct. 11  Southward...-.....- Oct. 21  Dominion - Oct. 28  '"    AMERICAN LINK-From Now York.  St. Paul Sopt. 3(1  New York -r.Oct. 7  St. Louis Oct,. 11  I'hiliulolpliin Ocl. 21  St. Paul Oct. 28  WHITE ST Alt LINK-From New York.  Teutonic Sept. 29  Oi-t-.inic Oct. i  Majestic Oct. 11  Baltic : Oct. 18  TiMi'nnic Oct. 27  ('.UNA111) LINK-l'i-oin Now York.  Elruriii Sept. .'IO  Campania  Oct. 1  IJinlii'ia  , Ocl,  1  L'li-oiiia .'....Oct.    I  Kli-iiiia  Ocl.   7  . I'.iHM-nKRrHMckclcil  throiinh lo all parts of  Uri-iit lln'Uilii anil Ireland, and at, spoclally low  raliMio all pints of  tlio Kiiropoan continonti.  Aplily lo iieiu'CKt. railway or Hti-aiiiHliliuigcnt) or  to  T.  W. BRADS HAW, Ago at,   Ro olBtoko  W. P. F   CUIHMINOS.   Paclllo   Agont  '')  What Do These Figures Mean?,  '   TYPEWRITERS ARE SOLD^AS, FOLLOWS :k  <J       t '* i [ ,  ���������**''   'c''      '               ���������    *., UNITED STATES; CANXT5X'  Reniing'ton No. 6 ,'  n - "   .,-' - ,:    "'$ 97.50''. $122:50  Smith'Premier'No. 4   \ "-  > -'     ���������, -     102.50*   '122:50  Hammond No.'2      x   - * ,  -. '  *'. -        moo.oOi'. 125:00  ,J 1 t *- ������       j ,  New Century Caligraph' No. '2     '     -    160.00    -.12*7:50  -  '.   .-   -   '97.'5b'r- '., 125:06  /y/-,,'   \ 97,59- / ;?7-5o  This Saving of !$25:is effected  because the / Oliver is msinu-  factured in Canada.  Underwood No. '4  OLIVER',No. 3 '  r -  -    '    ���������(.-  ",      '  . -1  I  I  I  ���������������������������- "'A  is an expression of the modern  demand for a typewriter that  will meet the most strenuous  business conditions.  IT IS USED BY:- - '  Canadian Pacific Railway Company        -   ������������������  Grand Trunk Railway System    -        -   ���������    -  The Massey Harris .Company  The Carnegie Steel Company  The Weslinghouse Industries \     -        -        ���������������������������  The McGill University, Science Department  The Montreal Witness   '  and many others  over 50  over 40  over 200  I OIE  I'i-i -iiti������ i<-(|iiiriii|r n *.iip|ily nf ii-i- enn  il.'pi'iiil   mi x 1 -11 i 11 i_c   il. |ii'inii|illy   I'liifu  W_   ."FLEDVCIDNTG-  i>iii<-  USE  Royal  Crown  Soap  And wive VVrii|)pt'r.'i for Premiuuis.  ROYA L CROW.V SOAP has no equal  on the [Market. Drop us n card and  wc will mnil you a catalogue illustrating tho beautiful premiums we offer.  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B. C. Limited  The record of the Oliver has  never been equalled.  Used by 171 Railway Companies and a majority of the greatest Corporations in the World  These Typewriters for sale on Easy Terms.  Typewriters for Rent. Second-hand machines taken in part payment of -New  Olivers.  WE KOOTENAY MAIL  PUBLISHING COMPANY  LIMITED  Agent*. If  .- .1... ���������... .-...*������ ~������iAWitfSU������l.ff4ttM  '  '.'  I'l  THE KOOTENAY^MAJL  BY ROYAL WARRANT,' MILLERS TO H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES  What is ;meant b^  HProtein" in flour?  "Protein"-in food'is the food ele-  ^ment that makes bone, muscle and  ; train: '- ', ,,,.'-*'  'Pure flour contains .more protein,  in most useful form,' than any other  food���������but'the flour-must' be* pure.  Bran and shorts are waste���������if your  ,flour contains this' waste, it is:prop6r-  tionately short in "protein."( ���������  Now,-if you buy an inferior, poorly  milled flour, .you are pay in g\ for -.'bran,  ' and/shorts, not' "protein;"'and to "that'  , extent you are wasting money.  ;; R9YAL HOUSEHOLD "FLOUR ,  "I is '^milled'.to, make it' the'purest' in the  " world: ' therefore   it   contains,, most'  , protein, "-is most "nourishing1, is, most.  economical to use. - -  It^payS'thejhousewife to insist itippn r/Ju  ^getting '"Rbyal*"������H*ousehold,?' guaran-   ' ^'  teed flour, instead of taking a poorer  'flour .which the. grocer ,-may -be. interested in selling \-    :"    '    >���������  "-.   "'���������,'.'  yOgilvie'is^RoyarHoviseliold FlotirJ'  MINING MATTERS  ��������� ' "* 1  1 1       1 - ���������' -  , ^DRIFTS.      \.  / J. Dunsmuir has given -up','Ins  option on'Nicola coal lands preferring  .yancouver'Island coal investments., _  ;i Mr, Fulmer'has purchased the property of'B.-'E." Drew on Kenneth  -'street, 'Caiiihoriic, 'in which'the office  of  the  Beatrice Mines. Ltd. will soon  - \ . ,  be   opened. "'Mrs.   'Anderson    .will  attend  to   the .secretaryship of    the  conipany  during  the absence of her  son Harry Y., who is taking a course  in mining at the Stanford University  of California. '   ,     ,        ,  The Kootenian says:   "One of the  things   standing   in -the   way.of tbe  development of the Kootenay is the  enormous  prices asked  by the claim  owners    and    prospectors    for   their  properties."  *""'   Spelter went'lip ' to'the unheard of  figure of'������27 in' London last week.    -  "The Old J Gold   is showing   up well  A. H. Gr'acey is relinquishing the  management of the Oyster-Criterion  mine. The mill is to be shut down  pending further development.  The Topic remarks : "Dave Morgan  has, received instructions from ,the  East to'proceed with the development  of the Surprise group. This looks  encouraging, and it is now almost an  assured fact that the deal will go  through. This deal is one which  means much for the Lardeau. The  people negotiating for it intend if they  secure the property to build a road up  the North Fork and install a reduction works."  The mineral exhibit sent to Nelson  .by the Trout Lake Division secured  the Widdowson gold mcciiil for the  best miheralogiciil specimen' and the  silver medal for the' best all round  exhibit from any one division. The  gold medal was secured by a specimen  from the Lucky .lack.  Mr. Swertzel, of Dayton, Ohio., who  inspected the Silver Dollar ncconi-  panied by Cory ' Mcnhinick, has returned east much impressed with  what he saw of the property.  Tlie Daly Reduction Co. are starting work on their smelter  at lied ley.  RAIL AND STEAMER.  C. P. P.. stock is the sensation of the  hour in financial circles, lt has gone  over 172, and thc bulls in New York  and Montreal predict it will go to  250 to 300.  The Imperial limited on the C. P.  R., giving two trains a day each way  is to be continued till' Christmas  between Montreal and Calgary.  The copper wire between Winnipeg  and thc coast will be completed in six  weoks.  The C. P. K. will enter Portland  over tbe Oregon Short line.  DOMINION  EXHIBITION  ���������'Tlie greatest exhibition ever held in  Canada was that'at New. Westminster  under the auspices of the .Royal  'Agricultural "aiid Industrial * Society  of B. C, -' Queen's Park,' which form;  erly contained due large ' and .several  small buildings, surrounded rb'y a  small,forest, had been entirely changed. The athetic oval was thc same as  ever but the'grand stands were enlarged.* f The old 'exhibition building  was used entirely for the  DISPLAY OF AQKICULTUI*"*.  On the ground floor might be seen  the'district agricultural exhibits from  Saanicli, Salmon Arm,' Chilliwack,  Burnaby, " Richmond,"' Coquitlani,  Langley, Surrey, Kelowna, - Ashcroft,  Soda Creek, Kamloops, Armstrong,  ' Vernon,':Strathcona-'and Edmonton.  The exhibits of Armstrong, Salmon  Arm, Burnaby and Chilliwack were  the best^rom a spectator's, point of  view. .While Soda Creek can hardly  be said to be in tlie competition, the  apples and potatoes are much' above  what might be expected. It is a pity  the Kootenays cannot ���������get to work  and make an annual exhibit. The  exhibition gave an unsuccessful  district !j>100 to defray expenses.  'In the agricultural building there  were very good exhibits from M. J.  Henry and Agassi/. 'Experimental  Farm..  -    A NEW BUILDING  was elected east of the agricultural  hull in the shape of JI. The wings  were used for machinery halls, aiid  the centre was the woman's building,  from which men wero kept out.' It  was rather amusing to see "Smoking  strictly prohibited" on the woman's  building, and the management would  not appear to haven very high opinion  of their sister's views' on the tobacco  question.  THE MACIIINEKY MALL  contained good exhibits from IL.  Sliiiakci & Co.; Westminster Iron  Works, ancl hardware firms, but the  best was that of the Canadian General  Electric Co. showing' water power  running a dynamo, whicli turned  motors ancl worked an electric heater.  The other new building had as  much Mooring space as the agricultural and machinery hulls combined.  It was devoted to the  INDUSTKIAL AND FINE AKTS  exhibits. On the ground floor might  be seen exhibits from different manufacturers of pianos, footwear, biscuits,  etc., representing an idea . of a large  department store at work. Nearly  all the manufacturers were selling  retail and raking in the shekels. In  tho middle of the building there was  a platform, on which tha  iniBir auAKus hand  gavo a nightly concert.   In the upper  floor of this  building  the  exhibit 0 ���������  fine arts was held. There were exhibits of various classes of needlework  and work from Kuper Island Indian  school. There were also works of  various Indian tribes in basket-making, cloth spun by the Doukhohor.s,  painting, sketching, architectural  designs, photograph*;, * ft,,d postage  stamps, but the moat noteworthy was  the ' ''  1       SCHOOL  1VOKK.  Vancouver easily ' leads in this  department, with its 'exhibits^ of wood  work, clay,modelling, handwriting and  drawing.. Other schools with a creditable display were Victoria, New' Westminster, and -West ^Burnaby., "Nelson  and Revelstoke schools exhibited writing, freehand and map-drawing, and  while the exhibits were small they were  very ..neat and attracted' attention.  The kindergarten work of West Burnaby was very .creditable to pupils and  teacher, and it is really hard to believe  that such work can be turned out nt a  small school fn the country.  ,      '       '   i   TIIE  OI'llN'lN'O   DAV  ���������  was perhaps 'tlio gieatest tiny iiii the  history of the old 'I'liyal City,' because  it saw the great and' long-talketl-qf  exhibition become a reality. .At !1 p.in.  tin! (ith Regiment 1*. G. 0. It. anil the  Royul Irish Guards Band formed a  guard of honor /or Sir 'Henri Joli de  Lotbinioro ,and, party, Around Sir  Henri on the balcony wore his worship  Mayor W. II. Keary, mayor of tlu*  royal city and secretary of the society;  T. .1. Trapp, jiiesiilcnt ; Mr. G.*l'.  Brynnier, treasurer; and other officials  of llio'R. A. and I. Society. The "provincial-^ house was represented by  McBride, Thomas GitVord, Hon. R. F."  Green, ,_IIon. F." J. , Fulton, Messrs.  Pooley, Garden,- -McGowan, and Shat-  ford.'iJohn Burns, -English 'labor  leader, S. MacDonnlcl, and Judge Bole  were also present.-' .,  In a few'remarks -Mr. Trapp called  upon Sir Henri to open the fair. After  an excellent speech Sir Henri declared  his task-fulfilled", the 'Irish Guards  Band played the National Anthem,  flags wero hoisted ,'on the buildings,  and to add to the' excitement the side  showmen narrated.their "sights of a  lifetime" through-megaphones. . '������������������  On account of the inclement weather  and muddy course horse racing and  bronco, busting were postponed, but  the Irish Guards Band played excellent  music all afternoon, and' gave another  concert in.the evening. - s     , '   -y  'The electrical display was Lliu finest  every seen in the west. AH'thcbuildings were lined with niyriads'of lights.  Two exhibits-outride the buildings  attracted-a--great deal of attention"!  The B.C.*Mills Timber?<uicl Trading  Co. had five ready made houses, two of  which'were' furnished." 'Tliese"hbuses  are sold to the settlers-in parts, and it  iseiisy "work to' put them in place.  The-B. C'Electric' Railway undertook  tlie task of illuminating the buildings,  and took the opportunity to put their  name up in letters framed of lights.  thi: si:coni* day,,  Thursday, of the Dominion Exhibition  was a tine day and over 4,000 people  attended.1, In the morning'the Irish  Guards Band gave an excellent concert. In the afternoon several horse  races were held and proved very exciting. An exhibition of broncho busting was given by the Leighton Brothers  of Savonas, and a balloon-ascent by  Prof.'Brooks, who sailed upwaids performing on a'bar. all the way, then  dropped to the ground by means of a  parachute. "The biggest crowd ever  seen on Queen's Park witnessed the  lacrosse game on * Saturday when  Westminster played a championship  match with Vancouver.  YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD FOR  Furniture and  AT  R. HOWSON & GO'S  i 1 r  FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EM6ALBS.  PICTURE  FRAMING  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with thc choicest thc market,  'affords.    Best  Wines,  Liquors,. & Cigars.  ���������-Rates $ 1 a day.   -Monthly rate;���������������������������-'  0"."*AIjB1IRT      STOISTIE    ��������� JPBOP.  Power of;Endurance  .,  faoneofthehighest attributes of suaeess.  What use is a highly, trained athlete if  he has no staying powers ? Perhaps the  best test of excellence in cither people or  ���������things i.s this same power of endurance.  To endure ancl prove excellent in spite  ���������of continued use aud strain is one oftfle  surest tests of a good Piano.' The folltm-  ing letter from Miss --Heiene "Sow of  Brampton Conservatory- of Mafic etjetf&s  ; eloquently of the excellence w the-fiew  Sc.ile Williams Piano, not only as to-its  powers of eiidurnuce butita fine tpwaitiefl  as an artistic musical iprod"M*tlan *���������  '' Your pianos have wonderful powcrof  endurance." They are as ftesUoawhea  put iu the Conservatory last fall, and  are particularly pleasiug-for accompany--,  ing the voice; the  lone is so sympathetic."' ' -' ...  Yours very truly,  Itur.i'Ni* How,  Afitsieial , Direc-,  ��������� lirst   Jiramptoii  Co 11 se 1 vatoryef  A/itsic.  (Lewis 'Bros., Revelstoke  f������&0^  No Poison in Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy. -  From Napier, New Zealand,-Herald;  Two years ago thc Pharmacy Hoard of  New South Wales, Australia, had an  analysis made of all tho cough medicines that were .sold in that market.  Out of thc entire list'they found only  one that .they declared was cnthely.'  free from all poisons. This exception!  was'Chamberlain's Cough ,-Remedy,  made, by ,'the Chamberlain Medicine  Conipany, Des Moines, Iowa,* U. S. A.  The absence of alhinicotics make this  remedy thc safest and best that enn be  had; and it is v with a feeling of security that any mother can give it to  her little ones."1 Clmmberlaiii's Cough  Remedy is'especially recommended by  its makers for coughs, colds, croup and  whooping cough. . This* remedy 'is-- for  sale by all druggists.  NAKUSP.  From Our Own Correspondent.  "Mr. and Mrs. L'. F. McDougall have  returned "from   visiting    friends     in  Grand Forks.  F. W. Jordan received the sad intelligence by cable of thc death of his  father in England.  W. N. Pool and R. Abbie attended  the Irish Guard;! Band concert in  Revelstoke.   ,   '  NEW PATENTS.  J.'Kincaid, of Vancouver, received  last week, through the agency of Rowland Brittain, Patent Attorney, a U.S.  patent on an improved shaft sleeve to  be used in conjunction with the roller  bearing which has been the Biibject of  previous patents, and which now stands  in a fair way for general manufacture  ancl introduction.  In this invention Kincaicl has successfully applied the roller principle to  a shaft or other bearing while dispensing with the necessity of expensively  machined parts, and in all the practical experiments which have been conducted has, we ������re informed, demonstrated the correctness of his assumption that rollers of ample diameter may  be used in grooves of chilled white  iron ' without the necessity of their  being machined.  QKALKD raNDEHS iidilit'iseil lo llio lindor-  O -.i-cii-id, and .cindoiM-cl "Tender lor Indian  .md I.'1-.licnes olliec'llldg.. New We-,liniii!,-,cr,  B.C." will lie l-eteh ed ul ill's ollice ui.lil Sntur-  dsy, Oelobei 21. 1'JOi, inclusively, for tlio construction of Indum nnd li'iiliei-ieo ollloc Uliltr.,  New Westmin^tei.  1'liins and spueiliciilion to lioseoi/and foi ins  of lender obtained ut this-Ocp.n linoiiL. nt, lln-  olllce ol G A. Ivt-efer, IOsq , iic-ulcnt lOngineer.  New We-.lininMoi-, U tj. .  J'aisons tenilei-in-,' mu noli lied lli.it tcndi-i-J  mil not be uou-.idurcd unit-.- in.ide on tin-  printed foriniMipplicil, mid signed with their  actual MKiintuic-,.  Kaoli tender must be accompanied by an  accepted cheque on n churlcica hunk, made  pajable to the oidix of the llbuoi.iblo tin;  i\lini-,tei of Public Woiks, equal to len per  cent. [10 p.e.J or lhe amount, of Ihe trailer,  which will be forfeited if I he party tendering  decline into a contract when called upon to do  so, or it fail to complete the work contract! il  for. If the lender be not accepted the clicnuc  will be returned.  The department doe* not bind itself lo nc-  ci-pt the lowest, or any Lender. * .  By Order,  I*-11KI1 GEI.INAS,  s Sccicluij.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, Sept. !"litli, li������.j.  Now-spapcis inseitinu; this iichcrliscnicnt  without authority f i om tho Department, will  not be paid for it.      . 21,'OclU  THE  Subscribe for the Mail and get  all the news  LONDON-DIRECTORY  Containing over 2,000 pages of condensed comiiieroi.il miitti'i-. eiuilili's  en lei prising- traders throughout, the.  Empire to keep-in close umrh w it.li  the trade of the "Motherland. Besides  tieinp* ii complete criiiiniurci.-i.l guide ii>  London and ils siiburbb, the. Directory  contains lists of��������� ,       ' '  EXPORT MERCHANTS  with the good*! they ship, and Ihe Colonial and Knreiun niiii-kel.s they supply  STEAMSHIP LINES  ill-ranged   under  the   Ports' to   wliirh  they sail, nnd inilii-nt.iiig  l.he  .-i|ipn>\i-  niale sailings;  ,      . PROVINCIAL APPENDIX ,  of Trade Notices'of lending  Al.-iniif.-ii-  turers.  Meielmiil.s,  etc., in the piini-i-  pnl picivineinl   towns   and   indnsii-inl  cenleis of the United Kingdom.  Colonial I*'ntries ��������� ,-ir-i! iifeepleil. at.  Three Shillings pei- line of 2S lelleis.  A copy of the liKKi edition will lie  forwarded, freight prepaid, on receipt,  of Postal Order for  TWIONTY .SHILLINGS.  The London Directory Co. Ltd.  25 Abcliurcli Lane, London, Ii. C  Loeal  Agent  Wanted  AT ONCl!* FOR  " Canada's Greatest Nurseries "  For the. town of Itevi.-lslok'e  and sin rounding rumiti-y,  which will he reserved for the  right man. Start now .-it the  best selling season, and handle,  om- NEW SPKCIALTIIfiS on  LIBERAL T18RMS. Wrile  for particulars, and send "������>c  for our handsome  Aluminum   Pocket   Microsrape,  (ii little coin) useful to  Fanners in exiuniniii-,' seeds and grains,  OrchanllHtH      " trees for innects,  Gardeners " plnntH for insects.  Teachers und Scholars in studying botany, aitxl  Everybody in a hundred dillerent ways.  STONE & WELLITGTON   Fon thill NurEcrleu (over 800 ftcriwl  TORONTO . .      ONTARIO *?  ���������"VNUI'SIS    Ol*'     RI-'.dUl.ATIONS- ClOV-  lOlt.MNLi   TIIM    DISPOSAL   Ol*'   IJO-I  .MINI UN      LANDS      WITHIN"    TIIK;  l'.\ll,\VA V    P. 1*11/1'    IN   TIIK    PIlilV-'  -   INCH Ol*'   mtlTISH   COI.D.MHIA.        !  A   LICIONSK  In   cut   lliiilior, enn   be ne-  Oiilivd   niily . ul    public   competition.'   j\  ii'iiliil   of Vi  per  HMiiure.  mile  Is  eliiuneili  for all   Umber  lici-llis  except  llmso situ-,  iited wesl of Vnlu I'm'*which lliu reiilnl Hi  ul Ilie i-iilc* ni' n cents pur iiei-u per iiiuiiiiu.  In nililllliiii   in   lliu   innliil,  dues  nt, lln.-  IVillnwIiiH- rates ni-o nlmnred:���������  Siiwii   lumber,   .11)' cuius   per   llinusiiiul  I'ei't   I1..M. j  Itnllw.iy lies, i'IkIiI mill  nine feet'Iiiiik.-'  I  I--! null I ll-l ceulH each. ' *    j  Khluiilu bulls, -Ti ci-nls a emil.  All  oilier  iiruitiieis,  fi  pel   c-eni   mi.tlii'i  sales, . i  A license Im Issued so, soon lis ii berth  Is Ki-.iuted;  but In   .surveyed  ten rlliuyi'no  J^Z.^  ���������*' -* -������������������������--'"  ��������� .'r-i. nrri-h^n...-w<jluj  llULMihUU ill.is innile n sin vu\   ilieiem.  IVi'iuilH lo cut llimljer mo ulmi Bi.-nituil  ul imblle eiiiiipetllloii, exeeiil In tin* ease  ul' .iclii.il sellluis, who iui|iili'u Hie Umber im-. I heir own use. *��������� -  , Sullloit) and ollieis in.iy also oliinln  ponnlls lo cut up lo 100 emils- ot wood lui  sale,   without    eiiiiuiellliiiii.  The dues' payable under a penult mt  $1 .r>0 per thousand loot 1!.Al., lor siiu.iie  lliiiher, and saw-lugs, ul any wood except.ualc; nom 1--I to 1 l-'l cents pel- lineal  lout I'm- liulkllii-- loys; lio-iu l'i l-'O. lo -*  cents per cold lor wood; I eeiit Ioi lenco  posls, ii ceiils lor i.illw.Ly. ties; "anil f*0  cents iiei- coul lot   shlii-jle bolts.  Leases uu sr.i/.uiK- pin poses ai e issued  lot a lei in *ol' iweiity-ono yeais, at a  rental ol I wo cents tier uuo pei annum.  Coal lands may bo puroli.i.scil in fill  per aeie'loi soft coal and fJO toi .'iiitlini-  cite. Not .moit- tliuu JAI.acius may-.be  aciiiiued by one mdividiiiil or ooiiipiinj.  Hojaltv al Llic ratu 01 ID cents pei'ton  nl -iUOO pounds is collected on Lliu Ki oss  output.  I'miics t'oi���������land Lor .igriculluinl iiiu-  pose.s may be made pi.-isoii.illy aL tbe local land ollice'for tlio* disliiel In which  the laud Lo be taken up is situated, oi  H L'hoMiomosloador deslies,' he'maj.'on  application to the Minister oL the Intel Ioi  at Ottawa, the CoiiinussioneriOl' liiimlKia-  tlon aL Witmlpos, ui lho.loc.il tiyani lor  the Uisluct, within which the land is  situated, lecoivo authoiily lor^somc* one  to make entiy tor him. i-  A tee ol flu H chinijod tor honie.sLe.nl  entry. ,-   <* ���������-.".-  A'scLllor who has. received au entry foi  a homos-lead, is, leciulicd lo puiloi-m lhe  condiLiuns- conneeleil Ihutcwllh iiudei one  ol   Uic   tollowniK   plans:��������������������������� -  (1) AL leasi six monlhs- lcsidonce u]ion  and cultivation oi llio laud in each >u.ir  dm ma  lhe lei in ol   Unco yems.  IL is lhe pi.icLice oL" ilic'Depai-lnienl Lo  teciuue .i settlei Lo lirinjj IT, acies undei  cultivation, but if lio pieleis ho may substitute stock; and '20 head of callli-, lo be  aetuallj his own propeily, with builduiKS1  lor their acconiiiiudalion, will be reituirod  instead   of culLivaLion. ' '      '  ���������J) Ll the lather (or mother, if, the la-  ther is deceased) of, any, poison who is  ehfeible lo make ii 'hbmeslead entry nuclei  the piovls-ions of lliu Acl, icsidcs upon  a turnu In tlio-vicinity "of lhe Utnd-en-  teied'tor'by such'person as a homestead,  lhe lo'iuiiemc-nts -of Lho AcL as lo lesi-  dence pi ioi- to obluiiiin-" patent may bo  satislied by such poison icsidiiia with tho  lathei  or niother. ,   *  (J) It the senior has Ins porm.-inenL  lesideuce upon Uirmme; laud owned by  him in the vicinity of his -homestead, tho  lequucmunls of the Act as, to lesideuce  in.iv- be satisfied by residence upon tbe  said   laud.  Application for patent should be-made  at .the end of lliiee yeais befoio lhe local  .i;;ent, sub-agent'or a *iomoi������le.id nispee-  tor. . '  JJefoie making application tor a patent,  the seiilei must give six months' notice  in wilting to the Commissioner ot" Dominion Lands aL OLlawa, of Ins intention  to do so.  \Y.   W.   CORY,  Depulv  Minister; ol   the Interior.  Ottawa, Febiui.iv 11 lit, 100",.  TRADE  ' REG.  What "sterling" means  to silver, what "cutting"  means - to glass, ' what  -,'18k" means tb gold this  trade mark means to  , RUBBER FOOTWEAR  '  . It's  the  hallmark   of  quality.  Maple , Leaf "Rubbers;  as their1 name signifies,  are <    <   '  MADE IN CANADA;   -  from pure Para Rubber.  All kinds, all styles, all  sizes. , There -are ho  others "just as good"  for Western conditions.  j.leckTeco.1"  ,,Sellinj- A {-until, Viic'ouvcr, 11 O.. ,  Owing to l In- lui-L-e iii."e..se /in  .our I'.iikery Uiidiiic.--wc Iium^Wuii  (ihligcil to do awiiy, \vith^,all,'oId-  Atiino uii'thods and iuEi.il new  iiiiic-hinery'of 'the j latest 'type,  which jiluces uu.in a.1' jiosition to  oojio with iiny like concern in the  province.  Call and Inspect"'Our''Goods.  A Swell Assortment to Choose '  From. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  .Wood's rkoepMIne,  The Great Haglish Remedy.  A positivo euro for all forma of  f.ww-'-tw** Soxual Weakness, Montal and  epkoiik as ii AtTiui Brain "Worry, Emission s\ Sper-  ���������nuitorrhoca, Imjiolcncu, Ell'eetB of Abusp_ or  -IIUIIVI I llUZUt,   JLIIliJUUIIIH.!/,     ,.'.������,������   ������-   ^.i... .������.  ...  K*cce93, all of which lend to Consumption,  Infirmity, Ineanity and an oarly Kra.ro. Pnco  $1 per pkR., six for Sj.   Ono will ploasc, si-c will  euro. SoldbyaUdrugeristB or mailed in pluin  ���������naokuffoonrecclptof prico.WritoforPaiiiphleL  'The Wood Medicine Co., Windsor, Onturlo.  TELEGRAPHERS  NEEDED  , about the new. arrivals in the  Morris Chair ;  Section.��������� Such solidity combined with  ���������so niuch style has , never'before this  sciisoii been incorporated in the design  of .these comfoi'tiible chairs." * They  follow somewhat the lilies ofr-  iAirts_ and Grafts  KtirnitiiiCj- u ncq mi lied for piesent clay  populiiiity nnd the finish is the veiy  (inest. , The .principal Ptyles  coiue in  'Golden Quartered Oak  1   _ 'of beautiful selected grain.   ,   -  '' 'Weathered-Oak  in Atuweip ancl Flemish-Finishes-,  arid priced according to iipholst'ering  .-At' $22.50,to $35.00. \  ^jjtim ��������� VI C������ OKI A, BO  Anniiully, to Iill lhe new pnsilinus cicutcd by  Uiiihvuv .mil 'ri-ii'iiiapli Coiiiiianii's. \\'(. waul  YOUNG   MEN and LADIES  of koiii!   habits, to  ,  LEARN TELEGRAPHY  & R. R. ACCOUNTING  Wc l'liniNIi 7.1 per ecnl- of the ()|iei-alors ,u���������l  Stalin I AkciiUs in America. Our si\- sclinnl- lire  t lie lai-KiM I'M'lusi vi. Tch-i-'i-iph SchiinN IN' Tl I K  WOltl.ll. |.M.ilill-.hcil ���������-'" ii-ai- and einliii- d  by all li-'idiiiK Itinluiiy Ollloiulx  Wui.\-i-rulr a S-.'.VI llonil to i-v-i'i^ m|ui|.ii| Io  filinisli him in Iiei-a pns.ilinn puj in^ fi.>ui $1(1  In ilie n month in Slates i-u.il, nf llic Unclij  Miiiiiiliiius, in- fiimi $~L> to $IIKI.a iiiiinlli in  Sntii'S wesl, nf ine IloeUies, lll'l IOIiIATIOI.Y  Ul'ON (iUAIHJATION.  Hi nilentscaii cntiir ill.imy t inns. No viicnl inns.  Kin- full partli-iiliiriii-i'jcai-iliiiKiiiiyiifiiurw.lii.iils  write uiiTcl, tn nin- i:\-ei.-iillvn ofllmi al. I'inein-  natl, II.   C'utulnKiiu free.  The Morse School of Telegraphy  Cincinnati, Ohio.  Atlantn, Qa."  Ttixjirknnn, Tex.  1,'tl "JI  Nov.  Ouirnlo, N.Y.  La Crosso, Wis.  Snn Francisco, Cal.  Halcyon Hot Springs  ^fa. n it arfum.  Under the new iiiiiiiiikciiu'iiI. of  IIaiiiiv   MulNTiiSIl,    IIoIViiiuii    House  ltiissl.-i.ini.  nj-lllli* iMKIIIOAIj WATKUR of lliil-  J. cyon .-ne Lliu most cur.-itivi! in l.he  worhl. A pi-i-fect, nntuiiil remedy I'm'  nil Neivous iind Muscular diseases  Liver, Kidney nnd Stomach ailment--  and Metallic PnitmniiiK. A sure cure  l'oi- "That. 'J'iri-il I^eeliin;." Spi-ci.-il  t-iitcy on nil hoal.s and .trains. Two  mails ai rive, unci dep.-iil, every iluy.  Teli'f-i-a li coiniiiiinicat.ion with all  msirl,.s of the world.  Tkiims���������$12 to  $18  per week.    For  fm-thi.-i- pnrtieiilnrs apply to  MARRY WciINTOSH  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrott> LaKe. "B������ C  You-can have the Koot.ukay Ma it.  and Family .Herald and Weekly Star  rom now till .Innuiiry 1st, 190(), for  50c, or two papers for less than the  price of one. Send your order to the  Mail Office.  EUROPEAN -"AGENCY.  rodent** prompt ly_e.-*oeiiti'd at lowest  ciibh prices for all kind.-, of British and  Continental goods, including;���������  Limits, SJiol's and Lenther. f  (Jheinicili iiiul I")riigf-i-sts' Suiidl-ie������.  ('hiu.i, K-ii-lliHiiWiiie and GI,-i*-su-,ii e.  Ui.i|n-iy, Millinei v .mil Pii-i-c Goods,  F.-ini v Uniiil-, I'i'i liinii-i V nnd SlnLion  ei y.  11ii nl ������.i i e nnd  i\l.icliiiu-i-y.  I'liolnni.ipluL- .mil Opl ical Goods-,  IJi-in i.sinns .-ind Oilmi'iiV Sloi es.,  A     etc..'etc.  ' (.'oiiimi.ssii.ii -"j-per c-enl lo 5 pei cent  Tiiiile Dis-iounls iilloui-d.  'Original Invoices supplieil.  Special Qiiol.-it.iiins on'-Detiinnd. i  ���������Smiiple cases Imm 4*10 npwiiul--  ('iiusijrniiieiils  ol   PiochiLi-   Sold   on  Annum.  WILLIAM .WILSON & SONS  (���������'"stnlilislied 1S1I)  2" Abcliurcli I.nne,  Lnnrion,  E. C.  (Jilile Aililii"--: "Axni-aiisi:, I.UVIXiN."  DA  1   EN   I   O  .and CopyrighH  ' nbluiii.'il in nil i-oiiiili-ii-s.  ROWLAND/BRITTAIN,'  Registered Pnlnnt   Altornoy-'  Meehiinieiil Allnriu-y mid l-anclii.-i.-r.  Itonni .'I, l-'iilrlliilil lllm.-k, C.'miivllle'-i.. n.-nr I'.fi  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A   iiiisleiinl  will wmire un i'vcsiiIiik appoint  inmil   for lliii-i' ulirii-iinnol rail ilurlnir I lie il.-i)  prevents    roughness  skin and chapping".  I3esl for toilet and nursery use. oas  AIB*HT TOItET SOAP CO., Mfrs. MONTREAl.'  HOBSON d'& ABELL  AI'l'I.IUATIONS TOI! TI.MUKK UCK.NSES,  "   ���������SKl"rK.MHKIt ith,.I'm.-,.  rilAKK N'OTIC'K Hint thirty'diijs lifler ilulc  1     ue in I .-lilt (uiipplj to I In- Hun. Chii-f Com-  inlssloiier of  Uinds and Wort-, for a special  lii-.-ii-u lo i-iil,auil ciri)' ui-i.jTil.n'utT".,..   the  follnwIiiK iIomsilbi'd lands on Arrow ljites :���������  '    XuiiiIkm-Oiic.   ,    ���������  r-iiiiiiiieneliiKiu al|K>st'.imrl.i-il " Y. (', l������ Co..  ninth ������i-st  i-i.imr pof.1," nu lhe norili side of  Kii-lluill C'li-i-l.. boluw the, forks, urn! Just i-iiM.  nl sptvihl In enst* .VI"!*.   riinutuK llit'lli u'Ciu-L 1U1 ,  ehnins, ihi-iue M>iitli IU clinlil-', lln.ni-.. ue-t ICl  .-hitlu-, I hence luiilli 10 chiilm- lo piilllt of coin-  iiiemi-ui.'iit. , '  Unli'il Sepieiiilii-r 7lh, Itnl'i.  ,'   VAI.K t;ill,tLMHIA; I.U.MIIKIt CO.. Md.  ,    " Number Two. ,      ,  (Joiilineiii'iiii'alii po-ct. nint-ki-l " Y. 0. I* Co.,  i-oulli i-u-l (uiiiur |m-l."'itlKiut t-ight-miles up  h-iisihnll I'nel.. oii'Anou IjiVo. and rumituK -  mn lh we-t nf lici'iisc ,'..7!l, ruuiiliiK Ihi-nce west  Nl ch. tins, lh nice niiilli Ml chains, tlienie I'liM  Niuli.uiis, thi'iiio .-until Mi chains lo point of.  iiuiliirtit'ciui'iit.  <s Uiilul Aiiuii-I  SSIli. I!*i.'i  '"        YAl.l-fl CII.U.MIIIA l.UMHKIl CO.. I-M.  t        , Nunilwr Tinl.-. r  AiljiilniiiK.iliplleatloii No. '.' ou lhe ea-t, on  tlie imrlli fmk nf Kn-tliull Creek Just noilli of  .sin.ill hi-aneli cnmiiiK iu fi..iu west -ale of  i-iL-cl., ('i.iiixn.'iiciiiK at a |mst mai Led '"Y.O.K  Co..-inith-\M st,cnuier pi.si," iinniing ihcuee.1  not lh fciich.iiu-, thi''nce*reas| Si) chiiili-*,**!hence  sinitli ir-ii-hiuiis, thence \>i'sl fd chains lu point  iiruiiuiUL-tii eiu.'iil. *      '-* '  , liitLin Aumisi'J.ih. Ills',. . ,  ' YAI.K i UIjUMMI \' I.UMUKK CO., Ltd.*  "     ' *"   u NuinlMir Kour. "''._"  Couiiiiencin^ at u post'ui.irkeil "Y. C. U'Co.,  j-oulli e.isi'ci.niei- punt," on the south brunch of  l''<Hlhall Ciei-I.. nbiiiit.JM:vuii niHun from Arrow  Jjtke, luiiniiiK llu'iici-J*\\Cst ^J'chalnh.-'tlience  null It -Jli'liaiu-', thence east SO chains, lliei.ee ���������  i-ouiliSUi-haiiis tu poim of commencement. t  .   IliiUd'AllKllsfJ.-illi, ISHJi'i. ,   '      ,  , YAI.K COLiUMUIA   nUMIIKIi CO.VLtd.  '���������A, ' Number Kivc.  Ciiinmcticiugnl .-rpci-t n.ai-led' "Y. C. L.Co.,~  noi lh east corner post," about si\ mill's from  Anow   L-ite,   ou<}Soulli   bianch    of    Kosthul  Cieck-, about -one-half- mile 'above   the fork  runiilusj Ihencusoutlt feO chuius. i .1 ��������� i,. i,*m -l  cliuins. ihence not th pii chuius.   i   ].mi .n't  chains to point of coinmeuceinent.    >*  ll.iU'd AiiKiisL'gtli. l'MS. 'i  YAI.K C-ULU.MHIA l.UMBKIl CO . Lvd.   '  *   ,      XinnliLi'Six. '       n ���������  ,1 'oiiiinenciiiK at a iio-l mnrbed " Y.* C. U Co..  soulh������e-t corner po.st," Ijiiii; uortli-citsi. of  upiilu.ition No. .j. and s������mlli ea.-t *of 'special  timber luciim;���������.'279, riiiiiiuiK llience north Ml  chains, thence east SO chains, thence "-outh 800  chains, ihence wcat SO cliuins lo point ot com 0 ,  mcneeinenl. 'l'bis land Ifcsjust north of .special'  license jilJT. , -* *-  Dali'd AiimistSSlh. 1'JiVi. -  - '  YALKCOI.U.MUIA'J.UMUKH CO.^Ltd  Niiinlicr Ssvcn. '        /  Commencing nt.a ]Mst marked "'Y. C. L* Co.  sonlli ������(-si i oiner puft." on the north,branch of  I'Vi-thall Cieck .ibout nlnu mllCh fiom Arrow  Lake, i*tiitiiiti������ llience uortli. Sn ehiuiisM,thence  east-i'l chain-, thence south SO chains, thence  west be ihaiiin Co iioiut of commencement.   .  Hand AiiKiist-iSth. 1M0.1.  -YAl.h-UUI.U.MUIA LU.MHKK CO., U<1   ��������� r  i ,    Number   Eight. ,  Commencing at a post marked '��������� Y. C. L. Co..  south'--est.,corner po-t," on north'branch of���������  Ku-lhall .Creek,  about SS 'iniles,-froiil'.'Arrow ,  X.ak-c. on the ������ est .-ido ot lliu "truant, running  north M ehnins,. thence oaL "chains' thence   >  south Ml chains lhenee west SO chains to point  of coiumcncemenl. >���������������������������-. ,  Dated Seiileiuber 6th,IOOj.^- .  -  , .YAL.K COLUMBIA LUMBER CO., Ltd.-  192  WAH iCHUNG'S  RESTAURANT^ FRONT'STREET  Crockery-of-all-Kinds.  4 Plnin ;in<l Funcy.  t  Best   makes of Jap;uiese   and  China -Ware.  Splendid supply of-Fresh  Vevjetables from S. 'D.  Crowlc's'ranch.   ,  I  It sh-tdU he kvnx ia mtsut &o*'  eraj ccU wtukesa tbe tlBgnt'tev-  en tbe itttStj ������a*J pnp������e������ytbej  ���������yttoa for Use men tesieat fi������-^  eaaes, tmong ������Ucb u������ A* '��������� to* ���������  gnatest duMnymii ������* btnttx Ufa, -  pneiua������Bi-i aaa tmawamftiem.  ' " "s :  I ���������* i  Cough Remedy  lu������ wee te jre*l sepolaritj \j *t>*  prom*rt cores ������f thi* BO������������t eaounea-  kilmcnt.    It aids ���������zyectasatUo, M-  li������T������������ thahous  sad-ofjcat th*.  McrvtteaB, effectiac a ������p*s*jr as4  jwrmaacot .can.  v H "       *-  utjr UaAcecy fcinwu1-!  Priod S5c, Large S1m 50c.  The Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  ,    TIME TABLE  (Dnriiifr setison of hiHli water)  I'.e.ive Ricsiit-Milk Landing each  TUKSDAY AND FUIDAY-nt 0 a. m  Leave La  I*c)ictk e.-ich  TUKSDAY AND FRIDAY nt.2 p.in  SPEOIAL THI PS will-In*-rwule he-  tween dates of ri'Riilnr'sn.iliiif-; whenever hiisiness (ifTerecl wan-iints siime.  The Crunpany reserve the right to  ch.-iiif-e time iiiul tlayK of sailing without notice.  A. FORSLAND,       F. SWANSON,  Muster. ,.- Parser  \    -'  "' <l  J^-?':-  The Mast������r Mechanics Pure Tar Soap heals  and soften? the skin, while promptly cleansing  it of grease, oil, rust, et<" Invaluablo, for me  chames. farmers, sportsracn. Froe' Mmplo of  receipt of 2c for postage. Albert .Toilet Soap  Co., mtuniiacturers, Montreal, ��������� ('  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  .      q' * ..ii  I ' '  I        -r  OIL AND WATER  COLORS  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  'keep a full suppty'of 'above  , in ali 'colors.' Also   ,'  Brushes, Palette Boards,  '��������� Mining Oils, Sketch-   ,  -   ing Blocks-  and any other article you may  ' ' require,for painting'.1  CANADA DRUG &  BOOK CO.  '"���������  <������������������ KEVJSJ.STOKJO, B. 0.  Local and General.  Big cement works are to be established at Kanaiiuskis.      , *���������  Tbe grand jury threw  out  the.bill  for assault against J. D.^'reiitice.  ' Thirty Japanese were drowned^ in it  gale at the coast yesterday. *  - '    The Band left this week  to  provide  '   * two   days   music   at   the   Doininion  Exhibition'.  -'<������ '^ The CAP. Ii. has authorised  an expenditure, of $7,500,000 for new engines  .   . and cars.   , ���������'       , '  ' ' ' The litigation between'* the Kootenay Power Co. and'the city of "Nelson  has been settled by compromise. * .  Several Kootenay towns , intend  celebrating Trafalgar .Day, Oct. 21st,  in great style.  - George Ritchie,' of  Camborne, fell  ' from a log  sustaining ,a  fracture' to  one of his ribs.      '    '      A  i .  Prospectors itt, "\Vilmer  report  having witnessed a fight between^ liioun-  ,   tain goat and an eagle.    ���������      ���������   r'\  Bernard Hirst, son of Mr. and Mrs.  Charles Hirst", Kamloops, accidentally  shot himself with a revolver. *  The government have decided tb  erect a gaol and government oflice at  Camborne, and are calling tenders for  'the building. *>  J; A. Howie had a  paralytic stroke  '    on his.evangelistio trip''to Mexico last  week,    '      - '       --.'- -     '  We are in receipt of Kossland's new  daily paper, The Star, which is being  published in the Liberal interest.  ' The C. P. R. have armed 50 men  and placed them, in charge,, of their  track at Midway to prevent the V. V.  and E. crossing.  A patient with scarlet fever, who  came in from Arrowhead, has been  isolated this week, in the' courthouse  grounds.  The silver cup aud $200 purse for  the best commercial display of fruit  at the "Dominion Exhibition was  carried- off by T. "W. Stirling of  "Kelowna.  M. Gadd, an English currency expert, is visiting Canada to impress'on  the government the desirability' of  nsing a stable' exchange value for  silver. . ' '  . An American named Gadsden has  taken up the big swamp on the Columbia River at Moberley with a view  to draining it and opening it for  settlement.  Journalism in Victoria is setting  the pace for the rest of the province.  The Times" recently installed one of  the finest, newspaper presses in Canada and the Coloni=t. has followed suit  with a similar machine.  Social & Personal.  Mrs: II. J. Bourne is. on a-vi-.it to  the city.  ' Vi. C. * Calhoun returned Tuesday  from his trip to the const.  Mrs. A.'-O. Fraser, of Trout Luke, i.s  seriously ill.  ��������� Judge-Miller, thc  Lardeau   mining  man, is ill at Seattle with typhoid.  , Mr. and Mrs.  A.  McRae.and  Misi  McRac visited   the, Doininion   exhibition this week.  ''Mr. andMrs. 1"\b! Lewis' returned  this week from tlie Dominion Exhibition.      ".,  "Mr. wiil Mrs. j.-II'.'Jackson left this  week to, see the Westminster Exhibition. , '* ���������'  Mr.'nnd'Mrs'.- JI. ISA Coursier returned Wednesday fiom their visit to  thc Exhibition.     , ,  "Messrs. J.'*"*. Taylor and 15. Pai-ham  in-rived this week on a visit to T. 10. L.  Taylor. ,  ti. funnier is editing the Canib'ornc  Miner during Mr. Northoy's absence  ut the const.      '        , ' ' .    ,  Tho hospital bull has been fixed for  tlio 23rd. Mrs'. Medii'ler is secretary  treasurer nnd Mrs, Uri-iihiirt in charge  of ticketa.        , i  . Mr.' mill Mn,. Fred Robinson Awe  again visiting Revelstoke and. are  ri*mling at their old home on Third  Street. ' .  ,      '     - '  ' Mrs. A: 13. George, or Revelstoke, is  spending it few .weeks in Vancouver  the guest of Mrs. J. J., Shaw, or Melville Street.1 ' ' .  it A. Adams, , who was formerly in  charge of the Red Cross Drug store  here, is to ' be married on Oct. IStli  at Kemptv'illc, Ont.'- , ^** /' . '  MrJ. ,1111(1" Mrs. 'J._ Caley returned  Saturday from their visit to Ireland  and report having had a' most' enjoyable trip.  The Mayoress, Mrs. II. A. Brown,  entertained the ollieers ' of thc Irish  Guards Band1* at luncheon at her  residence, Tlie Lawns, on Monday.  Conductors I-Jerchmcr and Urqu-  ha'rt have gone to Winnipeg on business connected with thc. orders of  Trainmen ancl Conductors.-  'Rev'. J' It. Robertson, who is one of  the ablest, men, in the Presbyterian  cliurclrin the west, has accepted the  call to Knox Church, Revelstoke, and  will enter on his duties Nov. 1st.  An interesting wedding was celebrated at Trout Lake when A. E.  Fowler and Miss "Vipdnd entered the  maariage state. ���������*, Thc ceremony took  place at the Methodist Church whicli  was beautifully decorated. ' The. .reception and wedding breakfast were  held, at the home of'' thc bride's  parents. .The happy pair left for  Seattle and Portland on the honeymoon trip.  SALMON ARM.  'At the,, fair special prizes were  awarded as follows: -  Collection of forage plants���������-I'l 0  violin, presented by Canada Book and  Drug Co., Jtevelstoke, won by S.' II.  '.iiwrencu.    '    '  - .Dairy display��������� 10-pioce toilet set,  presented by McKay & Currie, Salmon Ann, won by Mrs. Ciinimiiigs.'  Pieserved , fruit in bottles���������Rocking  chair presented, by lt. Howson it Co.,  Revelstoke,' won by S. M. Cim-ie"5""  Best box'packed apples ready for  shipment���������$1) lamp presented 'by  Lawrence! 11 arc! ware Co.,' Revelstoke,  won by F. A. McLcod.  House plants���������'fr-' wotth of Drugs,  presented by Walter Hews, Revelstoke,  won liv'W. It. Green way. , ,  linking���������$5 worth of goods, presented IG', Hcid & Young, .Revelstoke.  woii by -Mrs. McKay: OplJiQ in'cash'  presenled by llayclen ifr Johnson, won  hyM. W. McCullum.'.'  ' Fruit���������cruet stand, value fl'''..'"'', presented by .I. Guy Harbor, Revelstoke,  won by lt. Turner.'. ' ���������  -,,  'Ci n'i iii unci tri-nsr. seed in bottles���������$*>  ���������'resented by Clins. I.indnnirk, Revcl-  stuko, won by S. II. Lawrence.  Business Locals.  Lnrgo  stock ^f  Floor-oils.  Carpets  .anil Linoleums at Ilowson's. "  Gel it copy of -'Picturesque Revelstoke"' to send to your friends.  Price .II. :      ' V*(  Rilles, Shot Guns and Ammunition  nt ISnurnc Bros.  ,For Sale���������A 1001b Dayton Computing Scale.   Apply Bourne Bros.  It will interest you to look over  Ilowscn's Furniture and Carpets be'-  forc buying elsewhere.  Sic llciwson's Furniture Store for  a, good selection' of Carpets and  Squares.-  " Let your friends in other parts see  something of your district by sending  them " Picturesque -Revelstoke."  l'ricciil.  GRAND JURY  Makes "Presentment on   Gaol  and River Bank.  Promptly Shipped  Mail Orders  ss  Drug Company Limited  At the Supreme Court on Tuesday  the Grand Jury made the following  presentment.  "We have examined the court house  and government offices and find them  well kept and quite suitable for the  purposes for which they were intended.  We have also examined Lthe gaol,  and while we find it as well kept as it  is possible to' keep an old and worn '  building, we are cf the opinion that it  i.s too small, ancl that it is unsuitabl  in every part ' ar and that it is  unsafe.  We also rind there is danger of the  mattrass work constructed at great  cost by tho Provincial Government  for the protection of the land on the  banks of the Columbia River at Itevelstoke being Mwept away unless it ia  repaired ruat once. We think immediate attention to this a mutter of  the utmost importance."  His Lordship said lhe pie.-entation  would be forwarded tu the proper  quarter. lie ci.uld ii"t bold out any  hope anything would be done with regard to thi; gaol, heeau.-e a similar  i-iiiiipliiint wart made a year ago anil  no action taken. He Imped action  would be tiikr-n with reference to the  other work to which they referred.  J. W. Bennett lias been appointed  agent fur Revelstoke nnd district for  the International Correspondence  Schools. These schools have done  splendid work among young men  desirous of improving their positions,  and with Mr. Bennett's popularity  and educational enthiisinsm ho cannot fail to enlist ninny pupils in an  institution from which they cannot  fail to derive, immense benefit, ancl  increase of knowledge.  o,     IRISH GUARDS BAND   -. ���������  Grand -Recital  at  the   Rink.  The'Irish Guards band appeared at  the rink on Monday night iu what  proved to bc'tlie finest musical lecital  ever .heard iiTthe city. The audience  .was the largest ever seen in the city,  amounting to about 700. IOachiteni  of the recital and,tlie splendid songs  by" Donald McGregor drew forth an  enthusiastic -encore and the band  courteously gratified tbe wishes of the  nudienccon each occasion', the encores  really'anioiinting to doubling the'pro-,  gramme. Tho'viiit of, Bandmaster  Ilasscll and his 'band . of handsome  and accomplished musicians .will be  long remembered in Revelstoke. The  citizens owed it to the enterprise* of  the Rocky Mountain Rangers that  Revelstoke secured this visit of tbe  great band, and the ' members of- the  corps acted as hosts of the visitors.  Capt. Brown ancl'Lieutenant Morrison  worked especially hard to make a success of tho lecital.  - * ,        -   ,  A dance was afterwaids -hcld'in the  Drill Hall, which was well attended.  WANTED  WANTED���������I"**.- Ohiea-ro wholesale  . biiiise, special lepreseiitnlive lor  i-neli ' province in Canada. Salary  $21).(II) nnd I'X'peiiM's' p.iiil weekly.  I'iNlieiiie money .advanced. Business  Mii'i-'."-M'nl; position permanent. No  investment, .required. , I'revio'us 'ex  pri-ieiiro nut r.sM-iilial In eiitf.-iKing.-  AildresH (ieiiei-nl Manager, 1H2 Lake.  St reel, Cliii.-ii-,-n, III., U.S.A.  22(1 Dee!)   ,     . ,'      ,  M  Dep.  22S  I'ATKIMONIAIi    OI'IONI NtiS,  I     I'oiil-lel,.   I'hielohe 12c: i-tiiiiips lo  It 2.    BoxSfll.    Vancouver, B.C  ANTISD���������(i 11'I. Toi-gencral house  w  Miic-donald, Revelstoke  21.'"  W1  AN'J'I'D ��������� Situation ai genei  help-, in |iiivat.ni'faiuily, or as  waitress or' cliiiiiiberiiinid in ,1 lot el.  Revels!oke piel'eneil. Apply al the  Konteiiiiy Mail Ollice. 2(11  WANT10D���������A eii'nk, innnnr woman,  I'm' Hotel: W.-i-res $1.-) a month.  Apply at ICootisnay Mail oflice,    201  W A NT IS D���������TO    LET,    LOGGING  CONTRACTS ' on   the   Arrow  Lakes.    Foi* particulars apply, to  the  unilei signed :���������  Tl 1 Ii!- VALE-COLUM BI A ,LUM BER  '    CO.. NAKUSP.'     -"  JHE FALLS NAMING C0M-  ^*     PETITION;; 'I '  I       ,',,      '   . '   * TI  The following suggestions were received this week for a name for the  falls on Eight Mile Creek:���������  " 1���������Alexandra.  1       2���������Victoria.  ��������� ,-.   3���������Butl'alora. , '  ���������1���������Togo,  5���������Minnehaha  G���������Forslancl  7���������Kortynine  S���������Glory  9���������Hallelujah  10���������Longfellow  '  Other suggested names will be added  to thia list till Oct. 31st when the vote  will be taken.  GEORGIA MINSTRELS.  P.icbard and Pringle'a " ianioii.-  Georgia Minstrels ^ill be seen at the  Opera House.-Thursday, Oct. 12th, for  one performance'only. Marsh Craig,  the "human Linguia," is a recent  addition to the Georgia Minstrels, and  Fred Simpson,- the noted trombone  soloist,-is also with them and will  render one. of his famous selections  during the free open air concert by 1  tlie minstrel band in front of tbe  Opera House.  Wm. Fleming,  Wholc-ilo mill Itoliiii  .��������� *-  cMeat Merehant.  Fish   and   Game-in     Season  First, St., Revelstoke.  E McGaghran & Co.  ARROWHEAD,  Fruits  and, Confectionery  Tobacco, Pipes and Cigars  Patent, Medicines. .Plain and   Fancy  Soaps!-  Books.and Stationery'. -  Billiard and Pool Room in  Connection.  Bevelstoke'  Bestaurant  "Managress.  Mrs.,11. J. Ha.ibury  First-Class Table. , '   ,  Private Dining Boxes.  '      ,    Ijiirgo -Diniiiicroom for '.  ^ '      lliintjiiulb, Suppers, etc.  Furnished Rooms' To Let.  FIBST STREET,  REVE.STOKE  To Trappers  Raw Purs Bought     ,  Oash^ Prices Paid  f.  Br wells;  Exporter of Furs.  Richard R. Copeland  "JOBBING OAUPHNTEIi  "    AND CABINKTMAICElt'    '   '  Mmitles, Shelving, Storm  Doors,  Jobbing Promptly Attended To  Third Street lilns-t,  lM2lc  Uevolsloke  MOVED!   ,  TO THE   UNION -IIOT10L 'AND  ;     -   , itlfl-JTAUKANT.',  Mus. Ii. IC. AIcKriTuiciK  .      ' - '     I   '   . , o  ;J-'aiic*iiiets, Tlioatve Parties'imcl  ��������� , Priviilo Suppers a specially.  Mecahnics, Farmers, Sportsmen  To lfeal nnd'soften the skin nnd remove'grease, oil ancl rust stains, paint  and earth,,etc ; use the ."Muster Mechanic's Tar Soap. Albert Toilet Soap  Co., manufacturers.  WOOD YARD  i i **  I have sliii ted a permanent. Wood  Yard on Tliircl.sLi'cet. With my past  experience I hope to be in a position  to satisfy .-ill requirements of customers. ' Dry ctii'dwood kept in stuck and  supplied in any lengths at reduced  prices for wish. ,  - R. SAMSON.  MISS GARVIN,  i , i  TEACHER   OF PIANOFORTE  Engagements accepted for At-  Homos etc Theory Lessons a  specialty. Studio at Mrs. Bews,  Second Street. ���������'      ���������       - - -  Clocks ! Clocks!  i , >  8-Day, Half I four   Strike,   for  .1>4.00 only.     Limited   Number.  J. Guy Barber  . POLITICAL.  Th  o   Doininion ('a  liinct  in.-.  decide  the 1'  lovinc-e ha.* the  right  LO  iiiipn-i  the commercial tr.iv*  lleri t  \.  I  M. J. Henry's  Nurseries and Greenhouses  :*0l0 Westminster Road,"  VANCOUVER,    -  'p. C.  ,M.iin Nursery for Fruit. Slock���������South  V.nifniiver    on"   mile  Miulh   of  citv.  Jas. I. Wobdirow,  V   BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer ln~- .'uTTmW**?*-   *  BEEP,   PORK,  ,y !    :>  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All orders promptly lllleil.   ,      ,  REVELSTOKE, B.*C,  Corner   Dougla  and KiiiK strccUi  THE CITY EXPRESS  r ������  E. W. B. Paget, Prop. ���������  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc., to any part of the City.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  TELEPHONE NO. 7."   ^Co.:  -,   r',"     Limited.   .     ;';f ���������  CAPITAL  STOCK  $759000.  i ' ' "       i  i ��������� if ' * i "  ,',    ���������    In 75,000 shares of.par value of $1.00.  Manufaetufers, /ftachinistSi and. General  Traders. ��������� '.'��������� :  * 1 i ' 1        ��������� ' <;i        f  Owners of the Adair Stump Burning Device--Patented  1 * 11 -',*..    j   -,  for sale   a  30,000  SlVaras of ilie' capital   stock now-   offered  50c.  per share,-"par! value*$1,00.'  LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO. LTD?  " ,      ,        - RIDVIOI.STbKIO.Ii. 0.,       , -    ' ���������"  .   ARE PREPARED FOR THE SHOOTING AND FISHING SEASON  A hew'stock of Rilles/Shot Giiiih iiiiirAiiiiiiiinitioii ;in;iveit.-   We hire out'  1       ,   reliable .Shot Cliins ,-it .$1 per-ilny���������kui-.i killers.      - ���������,    .���������������������������  ALL lv I NHS HEAVY AND SIII0I-.I'* IIAHDWARK, CJRANITIOWARIO  How did you'like the' "SImusky" Steehviire Sniiccpiiiii'      c  ',     We,have a complete stock of ".Striinsky" Steelwiiru.  PLUMBING AND T1NSMITHING Jl ^I^Tti,^ '^ wmU;  '    ,   illiiil Onlun. iiroiniillyanil eni-efiilly iittendcil tn.t ' 1  -  IJRRT CiOODK   '.      ' - LOWIOST PlirOUS.'''   '  P. BURNS & CO  Wholesale and Retail,' '   ���������<��������� d'''  i. . -      * *        ���������  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage :  ���������   ..  -,-,---,-    i-1        ������ ;A-  :-  -"^^ssB^Oalgary, Alberta  PICTURESQUE REVELSTOKE.  ���������Tiik Kootknay Maii^ has  in ' press a portfolio of  illustrations  of  the City of  Jlevolsloke"and  surrounding district Which 'will.  excel anything of   this kind   yet produced  in   the westi:   It is;  < entitled, ".PicrunissQui-: IIbvhi.stoke." -  'J'he publication is being''  priiiled on Photo -.Book' Paper and will"contain over 100*of the  'choicest scenic, mining, lumbering, railroading and other views  of-the  "Wonderland   of'America,"   the  Mountain's , of,'Britisli .  Columbia, with a letter press description of the principal features  industries and resources-of tlio district.    ������" '      .    *. ..  A-limited'amount of  advertising will ^be' accepted, at .the,  following rates: Full'pag'e (5x8 inches) $10.00; half page, $5.00;  quarter page, ,'{'3.00. ���������   The publication' will be 'ready, about October 1st, in time for circulation at the  Dominion Exhibition at  New Westminster. , "  1 ���������  Braiu-he*- at Vicloii.-i iiiul  M.-if-rpii  for  S.-eil-   mni   Nur*-.'i-y   Stork   giowiiif*;.  i Kxti.i I.nge pl.intiiii- for- PAill clelivei-y.  One year apple. I lo (i feel, 810 lo SI a  p*.| Iliii: apple. '1. S mid I ye.u-s old, $IS  lo JS-S) p������-r I'"1); Elavil,nil I-luin $1 e.-ich.  I.-*IK' impor tat ion of liiilliH froni  .l.i|i.tli, I loll,mil and l-'i.ini'i-.  Kvti.i nice c lioii-i- of (."berry, I'l-acli,  I'Iiiiii, Apiicol". ele , now Kirm'iiK*- for  fall'niil'.'ii. X'l expi ll-ii-, !o-.s 111 delay  ul I limitation 01 in*-p.,cliiiii.  Let me price yom li-,1 lie.'oie pl.-irin1^  ,ind lifter k'iiiijj   1 liorniic'lily   over   tin-! yom  "rilei.    ('.italo^iie   fiee.    ("i-eeii-  ,iiii.������f.ii-'ory I i'"-"' I'l"'-. l''l"i.il   Woik, I!*-''  Snp-  ,     , .. ,,,. . .,     . , pii*-. l-'i'iil  ii.i'km;..-.   l-"i-ilili-/.ei*--, el,-,  to both part K-.      "������������������"I'llr.it.ii- iMrei(;pi|(llM_   ,.-,���������!,,    u���������,   ,.-,,,,.,.,   ,s,.,.lN  Fred Friiier, 01 Revi-lstuki-, .mil   ,1.   (' j-.<m*-i.m  M. .1.  IIKNIiV,  iiiln *.( 1-'iriiii-i. .- I'i,i.i, \'.iii*i,iiwi-,I(. (',  LUMBERING.  At Ile.'iton the arbitrator*- appointed  to nettle, the dispute between the  Arrowliead Lumber Co., u( A riowiieiid,  and A. (J. Fru-cr, of Trmil Lake, met,  and nl  ground iel tied  tie- clir-|.ul>  YODO FUJI  *- li.-is reopened a  RESTAURANT  on McKonzie Avenue.  Open Day and Night. First-CIass'Service  <_.      , I57tc  THE FALLS  NEW BARBER SHOP  .1. O. Alni-Kiiif will open his  new liiii-lier Shop,  t FIRST STREET ���������  On Alondiiy, .May 1st. Old (Jtislnini>r������  mill new run depend on leeeivin-; lhe  .ii|s| alli-iition,  raier,  Miirniy, of Trout f-iike  .1 ml  -Miner.  in  SPORTS.  Here's a snap! Two papers for the  pi ice of one. For of) cents the ICooti:-  nay MAir. and Family Herald and  Weekly Star will be sent you from-now  till .January 1st, 1000. Remit to Mail  Oflice.  /.A'-ifo-fir,.  On Saturday  Westminster  defead  Viuicoiiver by four goal-i to one  Herb. W. Edwards Injured.  Herb W. F.dwiirdi. of Iiei Moinc-i,  Town, got a fall on an ley walk last  winter, sprain in *��������� Iiii 'viHtnnd brni-*-  ing his knees. "The ni.xt day," lie.  says, "they were ho sore nnd .stiff I wii������  afraid f would hiivc to -*t,iiyiii bed, but  f rubbed them well with Chamber-  In in'.1 f'nin IJiilm, nnd after a f*-w  application.*! all eoienes.-i had clin-  appenred."    For sale by all druj^i.-ts.  I  TO PRINTERS  For Sale on Easy Terms  J")rusHmakcrs and apprenticed want  ed. Apply to ,Alias Oongb, second  floor, G: Ii. Hume! & Co.  One IU-,f."i W'-itiiiat, it /.'.iki-i   I'lalen  f'lesM v,ilfi poe.-ei (II lilies,  One No. 1   J;onhle   I'liilieirni-.   1'iint-  eis Ciiliinel.  One Ileitis Spare and Qn.nl ('a.-e-.  One (lie k Mailer and  Mailing   Type.  One Franklin liand I'erl'onitor.  One 'JAi ini-li f.cvei  I'aper Cutter.  These Kiiodsari; absolutely neiv, never  hiivinx been used.  ���������\ pply to  TII 10 K GOT ION A V MA 11,  I'UJ if, I.S I UNO -(X).   I /I'l.).",  Revelstoke, IJ. C.  If in want of  Hay, Vegetables  write for prices to  L. E. Griffiths  Mai.akwa,  11. c.  A Suitable Name Wanted, and Prize Offered. c  The Tourist-Association want an appropriate,name for the beautiful fall*  on Eight Mile Creek, ancl which they intend to make an attractive resort for  citizens and tourists. Tho Mail invites suggestions of a name for these falls  ancl the suggestions will be published in each issue till Oct 31st, when the  list will be closed. r' - ���������       ���������  A popular vote will then-be taken on the names suggested,  c    The prize will be awarded to the   first person  suggesting  the' name receiving thc largest number of votes.     Those suggesting names will please fill  in and return to this ollice the attached coupon.      '  NAMING COUfON.  1   Suggested name of Falls : .'  ."-.*...  Name of person sending suggestions '.'.."....  Address \   Date   ...     .  Cressman and  orrison  The Leading  Merchant Tailors.  VVin^f Chunk's newly im-  I'oriccI   stock   of  Chinese  and J;i|������tiK'sc goods  The best ,-tssortmcnt ever  landed   in   Revelstoke  of  in  useful     and  articles:  Tni service-'  I'latos  Iliiskiil-s  C'liiii,. C'li.iirs  ffiitiilltcrclili-f.i  ornamental  Klowcr I'otn  Uinlirelln .Stuiiiln  lainch Ilaskctu  Smo'tinK JnckcU  Silk Goods.  ^\  GOLDFISH  H'lnont Htook of oantlios mill fruits In town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  We carry the largest stock in thc city.    Fancy  Fabrics   in   popular   weaves  and  fashionable  colorings,  bright and snappy novelties, which  are exceptionally  'attractive.   Drop  us a line and our  traveller will call  with a full range  of samples.  i  Union   Label  on  all   garments  turned out by us.  CRESSMAN  03  '���������V-:  i  N?  AND   MORRISON


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