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 Provincial Library  VI  n    0  \)  '  ���������/���������  s  It      >  3,750  ������.,,=-=-. peqple:  IIHBMII-IIIII WWIHnillMliIIMIMIIIIHIIllimnnilllW''I  THE OLD   . -  ESTABLISHED  PAPER.  Vol. 9-No. 28.  REYELSTOKR B. G, OCTOBER 10, 1902.  52.00, Per Year  p-b-6<>-o-OK>o<>oo-ps><><K>-a  You Will Find the Quality  ,    of our Groceries right,-"as'well as the prices.  , A "Reasonable Profit is. all we'ask,  and we can assure you of our best attention.  We respectfully solicit your patronage and  support.r<  " ,    .  ������/������  LAWSUIT.  Case To Be Heard at  Revelstoke. ,  A/rs. ������ J. Duchesnay Sues C. P. R.  For"$25,000 Damages.    -  Twenty-live IhousanY! dollars   is  Don t Send Out of Town  For'anything"  until   you  have inspected our  . new stock of ��������� ���������   ��������� .  Dress Goods  ry Goods,  oris,  SilKs, etc.,  ���������i  Imported direct from Scotland.  e Always Have on Hand  ��������� ���������I -- -s.-   -.      -   .   ���������       . 1. ���������  .; - A splendid assortment of all  , \. "Boots and Shdej,  Mens Furnishing*,  House Furnishings,  Taylor Bros. & George,  Limited.  h-O<>-O'<X>-0-<K><><>-0-<K^  : s. iVLcnyn^.H:o]sj"  i ' ....   - () ,     j  I l.-ii taken over tilt; I'laeksmith,, Wheelwright and Impk'ine'iU 'business, carried  ., tin by W. Mollisnn ;it Revelstoke.'  Wagons Made and Repaired. The Best Carnage-Woods Kept in Stock  r   Tools-Sharpened.    --"Shoeing a Specialty.'  (Jhutliiiiii Wnj-ons and Sleighs."' W. M. Gray's .Cutteis,  Buggies and /Express  W'ii  iluCorinick   Mowers  and   1.wipers.    Copp   liros.  ���������Harrows, Cultivators, Pot a toe Diners-, etc., etc.  Plows,  S   8l   STEED,  General Merchants.  the'amount of compensation which  is being churned through the  supreme court, by Mrs. 0. 'E.J.  i)uclio?nav, wife of tlie late - Mr.  Ducheiimy, from the C. P. R. Company. It will he remembered that  on September -1 of last year, the  late C. E. J. Duchesnay was killed  at the approach to a tunnel some  distance up the line, by a stone  falling on his head. It is claimed  that his death was due to negligence on the part of the railway  company's employees, and on this  ground an aclion has been, entered  for damages to the above amount.  'The statement of claim issued by  If. J., Senkler, of Messrs. Wilson,  Senklei' it Jiloomfield, on behalf of  the plaintiff, points .put that the  deceased was at the time assistant  general superintendent of the  division of the company's line from  Kamloops toi- Laggan, and at the  time of the accident, was not at, 'his  regular service, but was'bound to  Vancouver. . He'was requested by  IT. J. Gtunbie, engineer of the'C. P.  li., to ' look at the works at the  tunnel and ,to give advice and  assistance for the benefit of the  defendant company. It was while  doing this that a stone, claimed to  bo negligently'placed, fell,'causing  his death'. '  The sum of $25,000 is sued for  under the Families' Compensation  Act, and as an alternative damages  as compensation under the'' Employers' Liability Act. The plaintiff proposes that the case be,tried  at   Revelstoke. Messrs.   Davis,  Marshall   and   MacNuill   are   the  solicitors for;he C. P.li.���������World.  SOCIALISTIC  CONVENTION.  Revolutionary Platform Adopted.  J. W. Bennett returned on Monday from attending the Socialist  convention at Vancouver. He reports the meeting harmonious, both,  moderate and revolutionary sections'of the party being represented  It was resolved that in the election  of parliamentary representatives  the party should be guided by the  principle as to Iioav far the proposals of candidates would benefit the  laboring classes, with a view to supporting such proposals, and to work  against 'any other-line of political  conduct.  In political matters-it was decided to adopt the motto''no fusion,  no compromise."  Delegates will report back to  their locals and hold another meeting.  THE SCHOOL  BUILDING  Government  With   tlie  i    ' Call and inspect our new stock of  1 Shoes, Hosiery, Suspenders, Ties, Underwear, ete j  All above lines are up-to-date goods it will 'pay you lo see  them before purchasing elsewhere.'     We also carry  Trunks, Valises, Sweat-Pads, O.if Coats,- Oil Hats, Water-proof Sheets, etc  n Weekly Shipments'of Fresh Creamery Butter, and Eggs.    ,  ?'    v     ''    ' Our Teas and Coffees are taking the lead���������try'them  Front Street,  Revelstoke, B. O.  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences  Rooms "in Suites wit/; Baths and   Toilets attached, f/ozuing /Jot  and Cold Water, Inside Toilets on each jloor, Gas Lighted and  ���������    , Steam Heated 'Throughout.  . J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       -       GOLDEN, B. C.    ,  fa  ���������5  fa  fa  ���������4-,  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa -  fa  T    "Boys and Children's O-Oer-  *V  coals and \7nder clothing at  fa  fa  ���������deale'R  rjv  Hoots,   Shoes,   Hats,    Caps,   "Ready  Made   Clothing,   Shirts,   SocKs,  "Under'clothing, Overalls, Suspenders  Glomes,  etc.  "* 'ces #  P^e-VelstoKe   ^Station, 2. C.  fa  fa  fa  &  fa  fa  tfa  r������*  fa  fa  fa  ILLECILUWAET.  1'iom our own ('orrr-.ponilpnt.  Swan Anderson i.s at' Revelstoke on  a bus'ine.-s trip. ] K .'"  Miss I.lobhs'has accepted the school  at. J Topi: Station!  Weather is beautiful,a nights arc  cold, but. clays are simply perfect. ,  Miss Hatlie Brown, of Albert Canyon, wns in town a few days ago renewing acquaintance's. ' ���������  ��������� The farms around arc gathering'  in the crops fast as possible and re:  port very fair returns.  Nothing hao been' done yet towards  having tlic skating rink fixed up, but  we hope it will not be neglected.  Mis������ A. W. Grilliths has returned  from the normal and taken charge of  the school here as per arrangements  made beginning of school year.       ' >  ���������The town has been pretty lively of  hue owitig to the prose'nee ,of three extra gangs. The 0. P. ii. arc having a  great denl of work il'.ne in this vicinity. .. "  Mr. Moore, who was general manager of (his last year, is not here at  present, but is expected to return  shortly when every thii-g will move in  the old time busincbs state.    .___  Winter i.-> fast approaching. The  long cold nights, remind us that summer is gone., and that we must propose sonio���������w:iy of passing the winter  months. Arrangements arc being  made fur the organization of a quailr  rille chili, which wc hope will be successful.  Satisfied  ,   Work,  The government, are evidently  quite satisfied with the specifications for the city schools, as prepared by Architect Henderson, and  also with the way. in which the  work has been carried out by Smith  Bros'., contractors, as they have intimated to the school trustees they  will ..take no further action in the  matter. Provincial Engineer,Gamble, who .examined the work, informs us that in his opinion the  building is substantial in every  wav. . ,       '  CITY SCHOOLS.  Report for September.,,  Pupils registered in allrooms 2i(i.  Average attendance:!]8.  The   first   three   in,' each class arc  given in order of merit.   t  "' HIGH SCHOOL CLASS.  ������. Palmer, M. Hyatt, (Si Somes.  *  ���������  ,     l    ''IKST 4.TH CLASS.        r  T. Robinson, H. ��������� -IId'dIisV.^L Edwards.    ,.     . 'i .  SKCOXD 4th class.   '  L.'Iiurgct. G. Gordon' M. Calder.  niy iriox. jr.  Jr. Foirth A.'���������Nellie Bain, Olive  Bell,' Harold Gucrin.  Jr. Fourth B.���������Jeanllyatt, Clifford  Ristcen, Mable Hay.  DIVISION III.  Third Class���������Harry   McNab, Tunis  Patrick, Rosy Mutch.  "   Second   Class.���������Ralph ��������� Roll,'   Eva  Thompson. Doris Rennet.    -  r       DIVISION" IV.  Class' II.���������Bessie Brundrette, Eva  Doyle, R. Woolsey. , i  Class I.���������Alice Bell, Francis Grnnat,  Edward Corley.       " >.  division- vi.  Class A.���������Oscar .Hanson, Bertha  Hobbs, Eugene Nealon. ,  Class B.���������James Hay, Willie Wat-  son",'Orvillc Wils'on.  Class C. Lily Pettipiece, Lena Match  Harold Solloway.'   ���������  Class I).���������Mary * Parsons, Peter  Moran, Gladys O'Brien.-  Denial of Damaging  Reports.  A 20 Stamp Mill to be Installed.  \n consequence of reports in  circulation at Camborne and  .vicinity as to trouble over the deal  for the Fva mine,f.we communicated  with the head ollicials of tjie company and are able to publish, the  following authoritative statement :  ���������'Replying to your favor of the 0th  iiiht, we beg to stale that the Eva  group of jtold mines, owned by the Imperii I Development Syndicate, was  recently bonded to A. I<\ Rosenberger,  representing the Mines Exchange. A  company has been organized known  us (he Calumet and British Columbia  Gold Mines, Limited, lo acquire1 and  handlecthe property. The organization of the" company has been com-  plelid, and the Eva group has been  re-bonded by Mr. Rosenberger to the  Calumet and British Columbia Gold  Mines, Limited.  That the property was bought by  one com puny to be trunsforred to  another i* ui.Mriie and without foundation, reports, to the contrary notwithstanding. " '' o  It is the intention of the new'company to commence work at once and  erect a 20 stamp mill early .next  spring. The machinery for the mill  will be taken in during the winter."  // You Want the Best  s  8  o  and Purest Selected Tea that monev can bnv,  packed to retain its natural aroma'aiid' flavor,  free from the contamination of the'odors of-sur-  o  roundincj articles, y'et --  ���������    ,   -       ���������    ,  O '   O a ���������     '  ��������� _ ' ,  Ting Ling Package Teas  They come in  perfectly pure.  pout  id  :ur  ti'du  leaded packages  BIG LUMBER DEAL  Philadelphia    Capitalists    Acquire  600,000,000 Feet of Timber.  The Philadelphia capitalists who  arc interested in the Blue Jay mine  on Smith Creek have a big deal on  hand.  L. Kinman' ,has, on their in:  structions, located twenty square  miles of timber at Trout Lake, the  limits being estimated to contain  600,000,000 feet. A big .s.-Twmill  will be built at Trout Lake and one  of the biggest lumbering concerns  in the province established there.  W.'Cowan will probably have the  management of the enterprise.  One Pound Makes Over 200 Cups,  50c per Pound  For sale only at  Bourne Bros.  Grocery Store  CANOE RIVER TRAIL  Work  Being   Pushed   Along at "a  , Rapid\,Rate. ,  News comes from the Big Rend  that W. Fleming is pushing the  Canoe river"trail with remarkable  success, building over a mile a day.  Camp is moved as the work proceeds every other day. Ed Adair  is blazing the' trail line ahead.  About 30 men are engaged,on the  work. c  NO SUBSTITUTION     ,  Wc don'l believe in it..    Don't, believe its right,    Don't believe its good business  We always give the Identical,. Exact Article thai- is asked for.  That is one reason why yon will find  out- store a very safe place at which  to do your drug- and incdicine linying.  Our dispensatory is in the hands of an experienced druggkt only. '  a    Doesn't this seem to be the proper way to do  business?   Try us next time  Chemists and  f    Stationers  **���������  REVELSTOKE. IJ. (.'.  YOU PBOMISED YOURSELF ATiWilMf  ; fl    >���������      ��������� > o,  This Fall.   Don't, put it oil t.oo late and catch cold.  And do not buy a che-ip, shoddy one.   They.ncver look well.  Det us make, you a coat that will please you.   AY*e can do it..        *   '  ,KILIJATRIGK,BLOGK,  Fashionable  Tailor.  $90,000   Deal-New   Sawmill  Started.  NEW BUILDINGS.  (^^r^f^(^^^f^t^^^r^r^^^(^^f^fh^^^^(^^^^^t^i  .). D. !?eott. secretary to the Prince  .Mining mxl Development company's  property, pnid a visit to the mine last  week, returning Wednesday, lie reports Xo. -J tunnel in Ki5 feet and that  excellent progre.-s , is being made.  Koreniaii Wilcox return(d with him.  I .],. \V. Sibhald left on riunday for  j McGuIlotigh creek to start men at  | work u-p'iiring the (liinie and to get  1 reaily for work.  I'aynion'd Allen' has completed the  ditch to bring in water from Camp  creek to the workings on' the old  Channel. " Kaymond is well pleased  with the prospects of this property in  which F. IJ. Wells, J. I. Woodrow,'Dr.  Carruthc-rs and J. D. Molson are interested with ,him. He lias worked hard  on it and none better deserve success.  We.he.ir on reliable authority most  encouraging reports from the deep  workings on the Blue Jay on Smith  cieek. Verily the Uig Bend is coming  to the front again.  We have not advanced the price of  ,__..,,_. r>_r.^.,_ ^ ������, our tobacco. Amber smoking tobacco,  REVELSTOKE    B.   C. I Bobs, Currency and Fair Play chewing  '       ' , tobaccos are the .same size and price to  , the Consumer as formerly. We have  : albo extended the time for the redemp.  ,tion of Snowshoe tags to January 1st,  ���������1904.  1  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  Newly   built.      First-class in every respect.      All modern conveniences  Liirgo Sample Rooms.  Rates SI.50 per Day Special Weekly .Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same  man-v-emcnUTHr; EMPIRE TOBACCO Co. LIMITED  W. Bell has let a contract to YV. ,A.  Foote for the erection of a residence on  Third .Street, west. ' The building will  be 20x32 feet mid will he near C.  ���������Samson's.  J. Wilson, sub-contractor i.r: the  brick work on the city schools expects  to finish this part of the contract by  tomorrow.  D. McCarthy started work this week  on Taylor Bros. &, George's stables. '  ���������' Johnson & Co. Ltd., contractors for  the Hume block, expect to have the  brickwork completed in a few days.  J. U. Ilobinson^-is making an addition of 10 ft. by 2(3 ft. to his private  residence.  The carpenter work on the additions  to the Union Hotel will be completed  this week and the hotel will, be ready  to open on the 20th.'  CLUBBING RATES.    ���������  Tin-: Kooti'.v.'v JlAir, and monthly  magazine, "flic Westminster $3 per  year:  The Kootkn-ay Mail and the Presbyterian $3 per yaar.  Tin: Kooti:.\*ay Mail. The Westminster, The Presbyterian, all three $1  per year.  The new serial story by llulph Connor, "Glengarry School Days," is now  running in The Westminster.  Address  The Kootenay-Mai/,,  Revelstoke.  At the C. P. K. shops the machinery  is being installed in the new addition.  This will largely increase the capacity  of the shops to handle repairs to locomotives and rolling stock.  luiim our own Corip-iximlunl.  The "Hotel Lardc.ui has changed  hands, M. McCollom having taken  it over from J. A. Cameron, who has  gone to Colorado for his health.  The Ophir Lade Syndicate, owners  of the Oyster and Criterion, are still  steadily developing the ' properties  which are turning, out richer than  ever.  Mr. Gamble, the government  engineer, was here inspecting the old  Fish River bridge between Lardeau  and Beaton with a view of having it  repaired.  There is every indication of the Kva  opening up in good shape in tl e  coin-be of a few days. .' The new Company will no doubt put on a, large  force of men as soon a.s possible.  The sawmill at Camborne, being  built by the 'Fred Robinson Lumber  Company, started to saw lumber last  Saturday, and now expects to be able  to furnish all the lumber required for  building purposes.  A dance was ejven by M. McCollom  at the Lardeau Hotel, on the evening  of the 7th and was a most enjoyable  alVair. it was well attended and  dancing was kept." up until the early  hours of the morning.  It is reported the owners of the  Lucky Jack group, on Lexington  Mountain, have given an option on  their properly for ty'JO.OOO with every  indication of it being taken up. This  will add another good property to tin-  roll of those working on the famous  gold belt. :  The North Western Development  Syndicate have their sawmill at work  and arc busy getting out lumber for  several houses, and hotel for their own  use. They are also installing the  aerial tram, the cables for which arc  being hauledup to the mine by J. A.  Magee's teams.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .' Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage":  's-^^EE^Qalgary, 'Alberta  Direct from the GROWER to the  Consumer.  MORRIS & STEtD, Sole Agents, Revelstoke  .GfiT  A   BKTTEK   OJCK   THROUGH  The International  Correspondence Schools,  ' SCI.AXTON", IJ.\.  The world needs you. but needs you  trained.    We tea eh by mail, Mechanical, Steam, ICIeelrieal, (,'ivil and Mining  l-'ngiiii'i'i-ing: Shop and Foundry Practice:    Architecture,   Plumbing,  Sheet  aiidlnm work; Telephony, Telegraphy  Chemistry, Ornamental Design, Letter- '  ing    and     Sign ^   Painting;     r-Jnglisli  Hi-.-im.hes,    lieolskeepiisg   and    Stenograph v. Klcciio-Therapeiitics, German,  French and Spanish.  When wiiting slate subject in which you are inu-e-jted.  ���������  ' - W. II. McDOUGALL Rcpicsenutive,  P. O. Pox llfll, Ncl-on, P. G.  Established 1801. Capital. $1,500,000,  \  3������'fflft/rfeaJottt  WANTED - A TRUSTWORTHY  gentleman or lady in each county to  iiiamif-e business for an old established  house of solid financial standing. A  straii-ht, bona fide weekly cash salary  of $1.S.U0 paid by check each Wednesday wilh all expensesdirect from headquarters. Money advanced for expenses. 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AnVtYY-ic'i'i .1 iistititLit S1 iiiiii'-jr Kiighieers);  ..:Y'YYYYJIem. CMmdian "dining Institute.) .//���������:���������  y:'yy;jY',Yi'y;RBVEi4T6'CEYJ3Y''6.YYY'YYY;^Y;  , KxanilnatiotY of and reports on SI in ei-al 1'ro  aYYY Y'..-.'.'.,  ponies ii Specialty.-'' ������: '��������� -.-.. .Y.;Y,Y-'  LpAM A.I3AUERr,  TJ1K MINEKAL IXDUSTRY.  The Rowland  Miner talks' buncombe wlien'it says :  "We can   expect   no   relief from  be   Diinsimii-'government.      It is  wedded and belong? body and  ponl  lo the inland city."  While the cabinet is composed of  a inn fori ty.of i.������la nd, hienibers   the  intcrestsi;of ���������ihe mainland have been  well looked after   ,by : Jlon.   J.   D.  Preritice a iul', 1 i6nY Y -AV; ��������� YCY 'Wei 1?;  andYKootenay has no  kick coming  on that scpreYyY-Thcri,- our contein-  lK)ra'i-y; liowJs'aljoiit'throttling'Y the  inining iin.iii.flr.y,y \vlien sthe  fact ,is'  no goverhiiient.couhl\ do. hioreY'to  encourageY liiini'n'g ���������'���������industry.Ynnil  developinent Yof i tlie,.country than  tlie Yj)'iihginii;r Y governiiient   'does  ;'\'it!i,tiiete'nienhsyfit ,;itsy disposal;  The desire- of;; the vgbvern'inent'.'^o'  ascertain   niiyy ,CMii?csY,bfyiissatis-'  faction Yanii-YtoY'TiringYyal)b.ut::iVn'y'(  remedy, wit hi n its'-po'-yer . was' wel;  exemplified Yliy;Yfhe:'cxtensiyeubur  of- Hon 1, C'oi;p -Prior,YMTnisteYyiif  Miiie.������, t.hrough; the ininingYlistrict?;;  TlieYfiict is'-.i-'brire Yof- ��������� the ./Rossland  mineymaiRigersY'atteiii'Yt ���������yo'/tlirow  on lb ; theYYj)uiiiYiYiuiry'gbverimi'ent  .the-blame attaching;, to ; tlioiiy' own  inc^inpetenceYyi As a-matter of'fabt  llicy'^eiriediosYY'vT^  so u gl i tYf or YbyYt 11 esc same/iii ii'ii a go rs'  ;ire;removal.qf1'tariff on' t:nlachinery]���������  and,Ininit^gl?ll)lplicsYoraJf iiicrease^l;  'tii.ri t'fy.piY' ]oa'dy":'������Vi>ci|'.:Y''YJ'e:vcl_' ^.'p'rp'cl net's.  ���������rrjieso'/arc'/'niaiters  _juri?diciionYof 'the -; dbmiiiipn^YaiVd-  w i i h; \v 11 i c 1 j''. {.] i c:''.p'rp vipcial ' goyiis'i-_iV-"  ���������mc'nt'-'ha.s;'. liotlii'-lgYYtoyYdb:;YYYTi'ie'  Miner y;cvideiitly '"does "notYUviYow  anythiiYg'YbfY'f Iii rnessyuul-justice. :i]n:  dealingYwithYpublic questibhsY-Y���������,"*;;  A BRIGHT  PROSPECT.  American, Capital     Coming   Into  British Columbia.  A. F. Rosenberger   who   has  re-  tiivned to Nelson, frohi; his, eastern  trip statctl to the, |N.e\ys that Yiyhile'  away from Nelson" , he -Had .visited  Chicago/St. Paul,' Diiluth, iiancock  and Calumet,yinY^connectionywitli  the/flot'i\tibn.6f-:-]iheiyCa]uiriet'y.and':  BritishYyCblumbia: YGiolcl/ /Mines,  ��������� Limited,   ;wliich' liail   been': most  successfully/.^accomplished/// Mr;  Rosenberger; stated   there was no'  difliculty   iir;,, interestingY eastern  capital   iit/legitimate ��������� miningyIh  British ColiimhiaY;   Jn  fact that/it  was fai'easiei/to obtain .money   f or  BritislvColunibia than ;for; iiiyest-  I'rient in:tiie/sta'tesYY;'���������������������������'the neSv company had beeiv 'organized Y iii   the;  middlejof Yi ihihing.coniimiiiity Yat  Calumet,:,wlib;were enthusiastic /afj  to |ts;: prosp/jcts.    Ylh ;cbnhectipri  .���������yJ'tlrity;Y/qri':^  lirCsent-month/ih exetireion; <])arty,  of business 'nieiifroni the cities  ih'e'htioned ��������� ivilb leave'Yfor Nelson ���������  froin here" to inspect yheniines   of  .the. district./; They have chartered  two cars foiYthe journey, aiicl 'their  yisit^wiUbci biieYof the'bestY adver-  tisemehtsYthei clistribt/; has received;  'Tliure' was a slrbhgcr/dema'ii^d. thai/  ev,er/fbr. deyelopedYprbperties iii;the  .'eYist.vlnd^iieiEya^  lakehYQver'by his Ycohipaiiy/:suited  the Liusintesmei/ofY'tlie/citiesYYhe  had y'i'sitqc'l/'/exaQtiy.j/-���������,;,';���������-I'Ijo''/.p.ii"rt.\y  who, are coin ihgY will be com posed  olYY.directbrs/Y,sliarehdldei-s/y and  ainclerp'nters-pf:the; iCalumentYir'cj  B/CvJand ;;directprs:;;; of Y ahev^Nprtli,-'  ^stern/Development syritlicate.'*Y. '.  HERALDRIES REFUTED^  THE ANTHRACITE S.LTU^'TTpN  / .T1 ie;yViithrac.iteY/sYqa 1Y,llositionY<in  I)b>iiNioxY-Yj'i;oViNCMAi:/I.AXi������Yy;Yij,!'1^'l  ���������;'-' ������������������/vi'/': 'v^'Suity'KVoi:/;- ���������' /y; :;::^������f}':- ���������') ^ ^!l' l\ n, '''lll''b ..l.iis,l'o.i:;vY)f ;ihe i'elatioiYs;  S-irve'ys'oriliii'c'r^  occurrcdYfpi/yearsY.^Yyrhb;;iiveR  . Cio.wiY,|jiii(l.s.-'  Ciiro;bf .pi)YSni:iAi,ii,''iiuviYi.sro:sn.;;iiYi.;  m  ��������� Ay:K I'RKYf Y {^-.'. Y Y" Y>y:''Y/:' Y Y";  ;0omjnion ;AND PnoyiNoiAr/ /;<Y  YyY;\'..^Y;;;y/YY'Yj>/\NDYSaRVEY<YiC?''  ;Y;'''YVy-.RBYBr.sTbKE',''' B;C/^Y--Y;Y';Y  m  ISSUED WARDS,:  : TRAIXEO .-1EI)ICJAI>"ANlY SUIK! ICA I.  YYY/;Y^.Y-;YY/'XyKSi-:Yy.Y;;YY,;yY';'-YyY;  Z0V REVELST&K li'/RyYe-YY Y ..���������/  1l������|t|ta|riftm  ������������������^-Y;'^M^^;;^pT6i3.^  '''���������:V;iYp^-*'1'?^^-;-'"''X9"Vi������i1<??'"' 'tO '''���������Y;.'fl'6u'ri'&-Jy  'YUrider li bei-al.rule. 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Pbiilticevoiir  head!  acquiring; iargeY tracts yotyyarable|(ifyo'u'hayb\pne>;andvdriiw;;tlie;inflai������-;l  land 'yfrbriT Yprivate 'owners,; Yanct''! ittiort biit bf your ���������',i'aia{r'in''V,tion. ���������'���������������������������'������������������ Y.'  ..  diiidihgiiiiitoYsmairhbldiiiS  ���������������������������;'.���������;.������������������;"������'       ':��������� .���������>>. ������������������.;���������..;\;���������;.. ���������:,:���������. ,���������.';.=..���������. "   ;'tnc Herald .iitceMd'OvcrTraicIiJiiighVin's..!;  ^^���������^���������^'^^Y^^^rs;,. yiy  wa's. Ya'dpptec] ;,.;iiv;. tiie}/ ""'"'    J' :  g-a~isr%f \  *E. W.-B. Paget, Prop;  iroiiipt.deliveryofparcels/baggage,  Visitiii|irtl)rotlii'Cii cor-  iliiilly-.iiivitccl-.-to .it-  tend. .UYYYY;.Y.  :Y.Y'j'.MY\ThlF.. Sic  not: work "well iiv this/pro vi nee.  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Th.iu; /ot )���������'  -v1'^ J,|YtY^'1Y:>\Yis a^coldrplpoileiiyiolitica! aiitioii tiyYt?j  ebv'ernihent-has awarded- the  cbir-iineru^Y tin; YrYinrlujoiniiion   ol:. :evei-v':|':  ' "' ������  ; Y'A;' fast A tin n tic sbr vi ce i?y'bjie; df  the niost itnppr'tani'fea'tur.ef .'".in4he  deveioprnentyof.CanaYla.Yinc] isnpw  'ahout-tobe .achieved/ Y: '/he l-'ritislr  A W^; Ki n>l- 6 r; Ti'a n s ffe Pi'i ng y y  ',��������������������������� Afl/ordeVs .1 eft-v^iibYI{/y id/ Bi..y111o';  Tobacco/Store, oiv hy Teletilipne.-Isb^ 7  willreeeive. prYmpY��������� :il.l.riit.ioi). :;::',������������������-:. ������������������:  Eublier  y/YYS tamps  i Notary  '^.-jA:YSe.lls  AN'ilX Se.ilh  SteiiciN  Prii-eY    n  i'Maikeis  Printing  Wheels,  Niiiiibi'i ing  ���������v:'vJIiii:.llilii-&  I'liiui' Dating  and NiunbLi--  ing Stamps  Check:      "  Perforators  ilnbbcr Tjpc  Ci-6m-ii;1''iiiiL-  int" -3i-c-.-.ei,  ietc., etc,  Your Patronage  respectfully, solicited  THE  erliner  (Jram=o=  THE BEST TALKING MACHINE  It talks I Sings, Comic, Sacred and Sentimental Songs. " Plays like a  full Baud or Orchestra.' You can understand every words'it speaks. It is  the greatest entertainer ever made. It uses the Hard Flat Disc Records  which last for,years. '       ���������        ',       ���������  The Gram-o-phone is made in Canada. , A five years written guarantee with eacli machine.    Write for Catalogues���������free.  PRICES   $16.50   AND UP.  Sold on Easy Monthly Payments, if desired.  Hon. A.Y.J.v Balfour's education  ���������.b.:jl'.'-"' which -/is" creatine; so much  diversity Yof .;opinion-Yin' Britain;  would'-'appear, to be a retrograde  movement, in that it substitutes  denomina.tioiialism for a.. national  system of education. The church  of-England will , be the great  beneficiary under the bill, but. the  Roman Catholics wi 11 receiveY������200,-  000 from local taxation if the bill  be passed without amendment.   :  tract   to the Cuhard Compan.vY-vith i.,ovc/ of .JaiyivhiyvYTiiere are ftf-.v mouii ���������#���������  ...       -Y.--/sYsoa   '���������'   ' 'Y '���������'��������� Y, Yin -this \vikl .and irooh-Sve-st. '���������������������������h'o.-vcnikl j'  a subsidy;Ot ^,o0,0p0 a y.eai-:,tor 20, ],!tvi/acceptttl-otiic/' under: ,uch   ''     '  The.pew.Canard boats /will-' ditiohs: ��������� Y :.'..' Yoni-Y respect fully:  con-  years  be capable of.-;steaming'25,knots an!  hour, aiicl 'tliis will mea n that/0rc-n t j  -Britain YviU'wrest Yfi'Oiri- Germnny;  the laurels foi-.speed, and i?uprenia,cy  .Tv'MYKKn.iK.;  BABY'Sr FIRST; TOOTH,  on the''Atlantic.'.'  TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS.  .$2.50 will bring you :'���������tlie-'-.'KooTKS'Av  ;/f' Family-Ey-ritThat   Does  Not]  Always Bring Unmixed Joy.      I  saker and  "-,' ���������'���������-���������.���������' i- ���������,,:- ��������� *. ��������� ,*  Confectioner"  YMAn. --.ahfl' AVceklv iGlobe.of, Toronto I  till the. end of 11)03,. balance of/'J 002 !  supplied free..'  This, is "a -rare  -.,:'I5;i'by.Ys ' first  uiuHii-.ounced. '  tooth   does  . Ii.i.(l.-inH:(.l"  no;  ^unis  coin*;  ' A fuil.iiii/l  lii-uY-of'"-. .,  0]'ll-'tY  We siahd for the removal of all  customs duties from machinery and  requisites for mining.' This policy  will do for   the   mining   industry  '  Y V  .' *  what,nothing .else can do. The  Grahby mines use 30 tons of powder  a moiifb, and the. Le Hoi 20 tons a  month. The tariff on powder is  three cents-a iiouncl, which for these  two mines iotii'ls-t30;000 per nnnum  , for duty aloiie. The same applies to  fuse, candles, steel, etc. It' is the  customs tariff and not the small  provincial tax, which cuts, the  throat of tlie mineral industry. , Off  .with the duties.  Corner AIcKcr.xii  iiniinired dij.'1-sti'on ." j>rocIi.ic������.- a, fi'vcri.^h  , und fretful eo'nditiof)/��������� j(l.iuiit,:w;hifh' tlii-  ,     ���������.    ,     ���������.        ;   ,        ,,     .-.-   .oi,tl01'"| iiiothor often 'feeiiYconcerii. . 'Thc'i.ahy  tunitv to secure two good   ncwspnpers I,, ,. ���������   t-  ���������\,,.     Y-���������,-, -   -  m V-.    ,,        -  ���������.      i    ���������      .       m, '    ������   ��������� ���������.'��������� . ���������������������������  1,1,     i.i.iov    ot    .MiY.    'iPOi":e     .>lcUr''".'Or. . ol  at alow rate.    I he nrenuuni me hidns   ,T'.,-.w        .,..   ,.      " ���������   (l     ; ."���������,      .,  ������������������(���������������������������-.     <������������������!,>.������������������,    ���������     >.       ' .     Hamilton,   (int.,   wa������ tronh cd. wuli  portraits ot all Ontario governors.  '-.'    i'.���������-,,., .���������     , ���������'     , ���������,      ,,  .,-��������� i-  1      .-      ��������� -     'Y   .- . thuiThoea   while    tei-tbing ��������� .and   wns  '-. .... y       .rHK.Ko.or.i-:xA.V;.V,Mr., '      j cross and restless..   11^ "-.irli'd not, sbop  .        , ������������������;���������./:  ' ������������������.���������    ,:     'RevidstokeY    j wi-11 aiul niattors hccaiiifYsiirious.    Tlii:  "-'  ~^   ���������        ^"^   ;   ' '.'     ;',./niotli.Ti-'u-i-iti'-s as.follows   :���������"Mv sisli'-r  ^ A SNAP TO THE RIGHT PARTY' \'������������������������������l.''.���������>' ������' ^^ ������������"'rii������'m< (<>k ^  ,. ,.   . <���������,"'>     .���������'.'.'.   ������������������'������������������ ' .[..hrthv and 'advised   hie tn try��������� tb'rnv. ��������� J  Owing ton. change in bns.nws am! !^ot', ,jOX Jind-,)ftcr.' ivini l^^hku  .our .nab,bty to- properly attend, ro ityj U) , lll(! habvii'few times lie hega,, to  ���������we will lease to any industrious, person inipl.flV0. ���������-n(1/ was so,1?) yvo)I; .-fro 5  theAybv..iniarkctgHid(.n,'bn,on.!.ay;j,_cnv - a bic/he^tbv l,;ihv-and ' wben-  -ror a. short or 1o,^ ten,,.- at. a���������. f.-X,|evcr hc ^ts'fretful or dwa' noti-fwl  trenu-y low rennih -I he ^u-d.-i^-f-n.. J v-oll J' give"},im a Tablet  brace live acres,:.'and are planted '.v.tlr u,-,r,n nil ri.Yhi Yf^iin'"  apples-200 will he ^anng,Pext. yrtir; j, ,rCJlfc ��������� il(]vnnta������(C' castor oil and other  30Q ���������ci.rrpnt Ih.sI.ch, 200 hlaekben-y I r,ausc?ous;-������nping drugs.- Thov sweel.:  busies; 100 gooseherry^ hushes 2(������()Ln tlic StomaW^ietthtl nerves'-ami  rini������K.rb roots-,, jd 10,00) strawl^rry. ,)roniotc ; healthful s!������-p. 'Diey a,x,  p ants. 'A lyield.ng good crops -VAn.-j ^,n,antoe(j to cont;lill n0 opinte', and  plo ground lor garden. trnc-t nmh,. t|K!, ^ luY>,j>soiuto,v -liarniiCS8.1 Jf  hoe. .>o Chinese .gardens f.o r.oru|ie.|.e  with.    This, is1 a   rare   oppuYti'iniiy.  GROCERIES  A vrnii." ��������� .' .   - .'  aiifl I(..iilwav .Street;  THE H. J; FRANKLIN STAMP WORKS  ;;,;;/y ���������: y;'Y;VANCpUyER, B.YcY* Y,.;;Y  'Y. .:':':���������'- /'; IKs-TAiiLisiiicn' lsiil   .'YYyY  '\X/*K'wish to.opeii;.-iCc6iiiit;s with all bona flrtu  ; VV ".Cclo'niiil Imybi'.s -vlio-arc notali-c.-idv on  our hooks, lUKl.oii'i-ccciyiiiK,precise ilotuils of I  llieii- exact', reiniii-emeiits. we shall be plci^cd  to rorwiiril. qiioliitions for. liny Kin-opeiui or  Aniei-iwui 'jrooils.'.������������������-..Our .reference books con l.i in  soveriil niillion, niiiiies, iiiVdonr extensive connection : enables us- to 'niak'o-spceial ��������� terms m it li  the iubst .suitable, wholesale nuiiiufiiuUirei-. of  each class of isodilsYso that even after luldinjj  our shijipin;,' coiiiiilission of l.|- to o per cent (according.to' amount) our prices still compare favorably with those of the iiiauiifaetiii'ei-s.  .' Wo supply goods made specially to any stylo,  'finality or price; mid on receipt ot: indent.;',with  fair n nd. clear -'instructions,and reiiiittiuiee of  cash; orpi'odiiee'l.OcoiT.rYour K-nowlcdgc of the  trade enables us to plaoo (he order.at onee in  the best-hands, and thegooils arc promptly for-  warded." Y '" ��������� Y ��������� .;,���������.- .'-   '������������������ ���������������������������'������������������'���������  We iii.al.-o..np sample cases of most goods from'  .j-.i upwards; and, as wc-iilili.se our long oxperi-  I eneo in choosing such goods as arc inosl, likely  ! to suit, the market for which they arc intended;  !.v.o 'cohlldentl.v ��������� recommend buyers to order'  I Ihi-se saniplevcasesY for by doing.so.t.hcy will  I ���������obtain-,Hi'e latest-and.most taking novelties.  Consignments of���������'produce;- receive direful at-  |. tontion'and we give advances to any exteiit,". .'  j . I'rompt iii.id 'painstaking attcntionto the iie  j t.erc.sts.of coi-responilcnts, together with exceed-  ! iagiy moderate charges, and plain and straight  j forward (IeaHiigs.havc enabled nsto, maintain  I for ilie greater part, of acentnryYa. reputation  I'wliieli'.wfe value loo much to allow itto be tarn-  1 Ishoti by tin: tiilMitisfactory execution Of a.single  transaction. ,    ; ���������Address: .' -.������������������'���������' .-  ' ,;:-  WILLIAM WILSON;;^ SONS.;���������/;'''''':  '.MKliV.'llA.vre .VXll "MAXl'K.lCn'i'IlElIB' AUlCN'f'.S  25 Aiiciiuiioi/ Lank, LONDON, K O.  Coprcspbndenoo  Invited.  . .,. MANUFACTURED BV . . .  E. BERLINER, 231,5-2319*St. Catherine St., Montreal.  EMJIXVEL BLOUT, General Manager/or Canada.  Canada Book and Drug Co.  Agents for Revelstoke.  /Iv  -������l   'B1 O Ii T TJ JSTE  In the event of n stroke of good fortimii  you can win  500,000   MARKS.  The payment of the  prizes is urii.u-.-in  teed hy the GuveiTiuent.  FIRST DRAWING :  ,   DECEMBER 10th  Nmnher of  prizes;  J ot 2(10,000 AJ  iirk.s..   ..  . .abon  t. -fcioiooo  1 of 100.000  "       (4  5,000  1 of  75,00!)  i.  t(  3,750  2 ot -70,000  K  ({  3,500  ] ;of. 05,000  *i  1  (  3,250  1 of  05,000  u  t 1  3,000  1 of:. 55,000  1.  t ������  2,750  2 of Y50,000  ((  il  2,500  1-ofY 40,000  .1  f (  2,000  1 of  30.000  .1  ( ������  ' 1.500  lof  20,000  t.                ,  If  1,000  FY.*- nyeh.ty,'y'''ir<4,rh?Hl- l;t;'-:i,-i su'i'i-ivi- frfun lu-oiirliinl I iY)ii hlYftn c-cntn pan ivd  iiiii lie   is ;; \vith "i, h;u.-king ctnigfi.    LiiL l.im'-.-' wiilfi-ri-d fro.tji   i-xtrcnie  nervous   priisl lYitiuu.  yi'iii-i vw>  I   li-'^iin 'Hiking   Rijiiinh.T.-iliuli's/aiitl since.thou I liYive  used tin-1 ii pret.ty'irons tiin'Jy.; /. iY>f;i'.i.y .r'.'tfic'.i't iiif<lil'. ivitliou I, Inking niy Tiilinle.  'arid J tint]   Iht-y.ki'i'p, n>>' di^i-.sl.i--'t- cifrans (wliicli   niltn'rally mi-i,! u-'c.-ik) in  good  Older, and tlit-yivlso all'ty my l'-i,'"!f-ii!-y tnuei; von'.tieK.s and make me sleep.  . Y  For terms, etc., apply to  '      '-,,' '(.!. (V IT. Avi.wi.v,  X'.-w -bonver, l!  ie aPsoi'ue.iy.    nannicss,,    )i   yoin-:i  druggist does, not   keep them you can.J  obtain��������� ��������� n; fiill-siz'cbox by   iii.nil, ' post Y  paid ' by se-ii'liiig 25 ��������� cents to't'lic   ,l)r, -i'  Williams'   .Afedicino ; Co.,,' Hror-kville, |j , .  Out., or Sclicnbc.tiuly, M. V., ' ' > The tuniily boH-lc, sixty cents', contains a .supply foi*"a year";  AT   DRUGGISTS.  ,  rhc livt:-.ccnt .packi-t  is  ciiou^It   foi- an ordinary occasion  Gepraan Great Money Lottery g Sate of Hamburg  You are invited'to participate in the chances of winning in the grand  di'iiwmgs of prizes guaranteed  hy the State of l-Iiiinlnii-g in which  11,202,000 MARKS  WMLL SUREIA' HAVE TO BE WON.  In the course of these advantageous drawing*, which,, contain, according to  the prospectus, only 118,000 tickets, the following prizes will.he forthcoming, vi'/.:  ������������������ The highest event, will hi-: ,  500,000 Marks (about ������25,000 Pounds) '  Premiiini of 300,000 Marks (about-������15,000)  'Number of prizes:  10 of 10,000 Marks... .about ������500      ,  "    50 of   5,000      "         "        250  102 of  3, OIK)      "    ....    "        150  150 of   2,000      "    ....    "-       ]()0  ���������I of   1,500 "   "    ....    '��������� 75  012 of   1,000      -���������    ....    " 50  1030 of     300      "    ....'" 15  20 of     250        12:10/  77 of     200      i'    ....    " K)  30053 of     100      '"    ....    " S:   0/  9J)S()of 150, MS, 115, 100 Marks.    '     .     '  10882 of 78, -15, 21 Marks,  In all 50,010 prizes which must be surely won in 7 drawings  within the space of  a few months. . " '������������  The  highest prize of first drawing amounts to 50,000 marks 'increase ii/f  second drawing to 55,000  marks,  in third  to 00,000 murks, in fourth to 05,000 '  marks, in fifth to 70.000 mai-ks, in sixth to 75,000 marks, in  seventh to 200,00!)  murk's-; and together with the Premium of 300.000 marks in the most fortunate  case to'500,OOQ marks;  The. pflici.nl cost for participation in the first two drawings amounts to  ������,��������� 18s. ���������d. for n full ticket.  Y'YY ���������    9s. ���������d. for half 'a ticket.  ���������    4s. i  Gd. for one'quarter of a ticket.  .  ���������  Half respYijiiarter tickets will entitle to one half resp. one   ouarl.er' of the  amount, won by the respective number, named on the ticket.  The stakes for participation in the following drawings, as well as the exact  price t,-itil<v a,,: indicated in the official prospectus,.which I send on demand  gratis in advance. The prospectus is also sent giatis with every order. Afli-r  the drawing I shall forward to every ticket-holder the official list of the wiuniii"-  numbers; n  The Payment and Forwarding of the Amounts Won  to  those concerned   will'have my special and prompt attention, and with the.  niost absolute secrecy.  .  ". .^'Remittance of Money   can be inadi- by Bank Notes, by Registered Li-ttef-  or by Postollice Order. <  .JS'On account of (.he approaching diawing nf the prizes, please address the ���������  ordeis.immediately in all confidence direct to  Samuel Heckscher, Senior,  ��������� ���������.'. "      ,���������'      -.-'���������'   BANKER, ���������".';���������:  HAMBURG, -    '     . -/        -GERMANY.1  The Kootenay Mail and Toronto Globe for balance of the year, 90c 0-.  Tmti KOOTENAY MAIL  0 /  I)  w  )'������������������>���������  ���������V. \i  \  NAKUSP  MURDER.  Henry Rose's Statement  PRISONERSENTENCED TO DEATH  The Nakusp murder case was opened at Nelson on .Friday and continued  on Monday. The 'evidence for the  prosecution was the same ' as was  given at the preliminary hearing at  Revelstoke and fully reported in the  Mail. Of the case the Nelson News  says : '  TWO I'OSITIVI-' W1T.VESSKS.  "There were a "couple of the witnesses who owe something to the con-  , sidcration of the court. Not that it  was not coming to them, but with  other judges on the bench they would  still have it. coining. One of these  was Walter Scott, the mining recorder  at Nakusp. He is a Scotchman anil  as peppery as they,make them. He  knew just'whiit he had to say and how  he, was going to say .it, and any  attempt to give his testimony a turn  " which he did not propose it should  have was resented in the warmest  kind of a way. When lie has a chance  he is able to take eiirc of himself, and  he had a' chance yesterday.  The other witness was Dr. Cross, of  Revelstoke, who' is also corner, anil  ' who in the discharge of his duty as  coroner gave the case considerable attention. He had a theory as to how  the crime, .charged was 'committed,  and he would not let anything interfere with it."  '."      THE I'KINCll'AI. AVITXKSS  '* .1 (  was Nels Demars.  ���������   ,      * Ni:\V WITXl'SSKS  wore Leo Simmons, who described the  , condition of Demurs,1 when found, and  also the scene of the crime, ol* which  he had taken photos.  ', Mr. Simmons went on,to say that  the hody of Cole was fully dressed, and  his hat lay on his stomach, as if it had  been placed there. He asked Koso on  'the,finding of the body how-he thought  it'hiippened. Hose told him : "I left  them here, and was rowing ibwn the  lake, and when about a quarter of a  . mile out I heard'cries of murder.' I  came back a& fast as I co;ild and found  Cole dead and Deinnrs badly knocked  up. I said to him/For God's sake,  what's happened, Nels V He said,  'Two men came out of"the bush and  beat us with clubs.'- Simmons went  on to say that, he pointed to. ColeJ and  remarked vThatnian has been choked,'  but Hose said "No, 1 don't think so."-.  .NOT A WHISKEY I'Xl'Kl'T. '     '  I  Walter Scott,' in giving evidence,  . was asked by prisoner's ���������couirscl whether, the bottles found contained  Scotch whiskey or rye, and he.pointed'  otV his interrogation with the obser-.  vat ion that he would presume that the  witness was not' a , strict temperance  man. , Mr. Scott above all things  declined to pose as a whiskey, expert.  If the lawyer wanted to find out what  was in the bottles he .could take a  drink out of,them and not bother him,'  1 or if he, wanted an expert on whiskey  he could call in an hotel-keeper. .'  XI-.W' J.lCillT OX THE CAPE.  C. H: Mann had been on a trapping  expedition in/ January around Mosquito lake, witl'i Hose. He told of a  quarrel between Rose and Demurs in  the course of which Hose' struck De-  niars.a couple of times with his open  hand. While' on the trapping trip  Mann   said   Hose spoke of   Cole   and  ' ','    TIIKEATEXEI) TO FIX Hl.M  before the year was out. The trouble  between Hose and Cole was that Hose  thought Colo bad helped Lemurs to  spend money that was coming to him  out of a, telegraph pole contract in  winch they were interested. Hose  spoke frequently of tlic telegraph pole  money.:   ��������� > '  .    III!.  CKOSS  '  positive   it   was   impossible   for  remain wit}-. Denims - if Rose would  come back tha'fc night with the stuff"  from the ranch. Kose got into boat  and was' paddling away when Cole  called ouf to him to know if he was  not going to leave them any whiskey,  but Rose replied they had enough.  When out 100 yards Rose .set out his  trolling line. After he had his line  well stretched he heard a yell. Was  then quarter ' of a mile from shore.  Steadied .himself and heard a dog  bark.   Kept paddling on until he  HEAKD A'SC--EA>1.  Then drew in his line and started  paddling for shore as quickly as  possible. Made the second landing  about 300 or, 400 feet below where he  landed the boat. Started on a run  through the bushes in the direction of  the place. The first man he saw was  Deinars, standing up with his hands  to his face. Cole was stretched out on  his back. Rose said to Deinars : "Did  you kill Cole?" Deinars said : "Two  men came from the woods with a  club." Rose said: " I do not see any  here." Rose told DeinsWto get into  boat and go back to Nakusp. Deinars  replied : "For God's . sake, Hose,  build a lire and stay here until tomorrow."   Rose  iiuii.t'a i-ikr  for Deinars.''  Hody of Cole ��������� was five or six feet  away from the lire. There' was a lot  of blood on the face of Denial's, hooked as if he had been cut with a knife.  Rose took hold of Cole's right wrist to  see whether he was dead or not. Cole's  hat was about, where Rose built the  fire and he threw' it between Cole's  body,and Demurs.  Rose then told of. his return to  Nakusp and the visit to scene of .murder. Neve! had any trouble with Cole  and was on terms of ' friendship with  Deinars.  " '  thk'Vjkoss-kxamixatio.v  of prisoner was very severe.- He. was  first taken to task for that part of his  story respecting the hailing of himself  by Demurs from the steamer, when he  was from three quarters of a mile to a  mile distant, but heard what Deinars  said to him. Counsel for the crown  also laid great stress upon the manner  in which Rose had beached his boat  upon the first occasion, and the trouble  tons  an  THE MINES.  The Old Gold has shipped 15  of ore to Trail smelter.  Montreal capitalists will develop  amber discovery in 13. C.  The Le Roi mine is now earning  $100,000 to $150,000 a month.  ��������� The   Lc- Roi mine is shipping   fifty  dollar ore to the Northport Mnelter.  J. McDowell,the railway contractor,  is removing u steam shovel to mine on  Terry Creek.  It is reported that J MY S.. Davys has  struck a bonanza in the Silver King  mine at Nelson.  A syndicate has, been formed at  Vancouver to develop the oil fields'of  south-east Kootenay.  A rich deposit of cinnabar is reported to have been struck' in surveying  the Nanaimo-Alberni railway.  The Laborers Co-operative Association expect to blow in their smelter  at Golden on New Years Day.  The Providence mine in Boundary  is' earning a great reputation. The  last shipment of 15 tons realized $1800  net.  Coal  and  been  COMMERCIAL  BANKING.  Dank , shares are quiet at- Toronto  Imperial selling at 237. ',  Owing to the drop in stocks last  week saw another panic on Wall  Street,. ai:d bank rates went to 35 per  cent.  The safe of the Plum Coulee, Man.,  branch of the Hank of Hamilton was  blown open by dynamite but contained little money.  fW4WWH4^4-H^  he had gone to in hauling  it   out, -as  was  Demurs to have inflicted the injuries  upon Cole after he hud received his  own injuries, and .equally impossible  for Cole to havcinflictcd the injuries  to Demurs after he ' had received the  blows indicated on his body. In Cole's  case he thought death ensued shortly  after he was struck. -  The doctor suggested that one  bruise upon the top' of the   head- had  " been caused by a kick. The lawyer  suggested the wound had' been, caused  . byDeinars falling. This was indignantly repudiated by the doctor, who  said he could not conceive how a man  could stand'on theground and fall on  .his head.  Being asked if he ci*er   heard   of   u  'man fa fling on his head, the ' doctor  made matters slightly worse for the  lawyer by retorting that a man might  fall'on his head if he fell off a house"'  rillSOXEH'S STATEMENT.  In the box Hose was the most .collected witness examined in 'the case.  HegaiC his age as fil. He went to  Nakusp to live two years ago. First  worked for C'enelkS and later took up  a ranch. Met Cole a year ago in  Nal- usp, and bud known Demurs about  the same time. Jlr.il mined and  trapped with Deinars and trapped with  Mann. ' On, the day before the affair  Rose hailed him from the steamer to  goto Nakusp. He went, and described bow. Demurs, Cole and he had been  drinking there. Demurs. Cole and  himself had dinner at the Lcland, and  in the course of it he agreed to give  Cole, some plants from his ranch. Cole  to go buck with him for them. - The  three of them went to the wharf, when  he put the whiskey in the boat.   '  About 100 yard's out Oemars and  Cole commenced (  "CIIEWlXCi THE KAU.*'  Heard Deinars cull Cole the meanest  man on the lake, novel's saw him with  a cent. Hose told them lo pass' the  bottle, and all bands had a drink, hut  Deinars kept on ���������'chewing the rag."  Deinars said ho would go ashore. Ko.se  tried to get him to remain in the boat.,  as the water was getting calm, anil, it  wrnild ' not taYe long to reach the  ranch.  ' HAN TIIEIIOAT ASIIOKK  and jumped out. Cole followed and  Demurs got out last. Deinars walked  si i.-light In the bushes, and Cole's dog  followed him.     Cole   said   he would  showing that'he intended staying with  Cole and Demurs at the time. Also  the suggestion that,Hosc should leave  the two men on the beach with' nothing to'eat and go fishing in rough  'water.  Hose denied he had said he heard  the     ''  .  CKY OK ''ilUKDEU,"  or,"they are killing me." The depositions of the witnesses taken at the  inquest were then read, in which both  these statements occurred, but 'Hose  denied having made the state-.:ents  attributed to him, or at 'least did(not  remember having made them.  Rose was asked how he knew C'.'Ic  was dead when he saw the, body on  tiie ground. His reply wasthat he  saw the bloodou Demurs' face and he  saw no move in Cole's body.'  A NASTY JAJI.     ' ,  Counsel for' the crown reminded  prisoner that Matthew Whitlock was  not dead when he lay unconscious at  Nakusp after he had been choked by  Rose.    Prisoner winccd'a little.  1)K. CAJmUTHKKS"  I f- '  gave evidence similar to that given at  the inquest. The doctor gave bis  opinion it would be impossible for  Deinars to rccci-e d -blow like - that  which took away his eye without being knocked' out, and that, after  receiving it he must have been unconscious for some time. .He would  be inclined to put the period of time  that he would be unconscious in hours  rather than minutes.   .'  J. A. Macdonald���������/'Could a man  running from the direction of ColcYs  body, and jumping from .that log  (pointing to the picture), if he struck  against a sharp stick, receive injuries  similar to Demurs'?"  Dr. Carruthers���������"Ves, as far as the  eye is concerned."  THE J)EKJ-:.VCK.  W. J. Kane gave evidence that Demurs had'taken four or five drinks  before leaving Nakusp, and J. J2.  Christie repeated Hose's .story when  he came to Nakusp. At Nakusp it  was suggested ,1b would be too dark to  find Demurs, but Rose said he was in  such shape that'he would b'o dead before morning unless rescued. The  party composed of Christie, Simmons,  liourne, Scott and Hose then started.  When they reached the place, Christie  said he and .Simmons went to pick  Deinars up.     Demurs   said "Christie.  you old -, leave me alone."  -Then " you Watt, leave me alone."  Witness explained that Walt was foreman of government work on which  Deinars had been employed. .Demurs  then asked if they, had any blankets,  and also wanted a fire.  THE close.   ,  On' Monday dipt. Kane and Christie  were recti led for the defence to say  thut Deinars admitted what Hose said  wus correct,,but the manner in which  they gave this evidence wus severely  censured by tlic bench'.  Prisoner was severely examined ly  the Chief Justice and admitted he did  not expect the jury to believe that  Demurs killed Cole.  Chief Justice���������Von think if you did  this you should be punished ? Prisoner���������Ought to be punished, yes. Strung  up. " "        .   ���������  Frank Potirne gave evidence that  Hose was sober on his return to  Nakusp.  THE VEUIHCT.  The jury arrived at a verdict of  guiily.  When asked if he hud anything to  say. the prisoner replied that he had  nothing further to say than that he'  was not guilty.  The chief justice then passed the  .sentence of the court upon him which  was that he be hanged on the 21sl day  of November.  The  prospects of the Ashnolu  Co.   arc - good, two seams of   six  four    feet    respectively   having  struck by boring.  The Stcinwinder and associated  mines have been sold to an English  Company for $SOO,000. The mill will  be increased to 6li stamps.  Mr. Nichols says of the Knob Hill  and Ironsides:���������(-They are the largest  ore bodies I ever inspected and I have  hud occasion to,visit a great many  mines." , ,  o  Judge Miller says there is a disposition in the district to In-Hove that  the Vulcan smelter al Ferguso1' will  nob successfully treat silver-lead ores  in its present shape.  The property known  son on the heifdwaters  COMMERCIAL.  i' ���������  Refined sugar has  advanced 5 cents  per pound.  ��������� Sir Wilfred Laurier considers us the  result of his visit to France the French  government rwill allow a preferential  tariff on Canadian products.  us the Iicniii-  of the Duncan  and ripilliniachcne   rivers, and   which  is   best reached from Golden is   being  sold to an English syndicate.  We shall be glad if owners -of  inining properties will send us samples of ores to be added to the British  Columbia., collection in the oflicc of  the Commissioner of Immigration at  Winnipeg.  . G. P. Wells and partners have received an offer of $5000 cash and half  stock in an English Company formed  to" work their properties on Ice-river  but had previously bonded, tlic property to a Chicago company.  A mammoth lead combine has been  formed with a capital of sixty million  dollars. All the leading lead concerns  in the states are interested in the new  deal. This ought to improve the prospects of the silver-lead industry.  Huntilitc has, been- found on illie  Silver .Glance claim' on (Carpenter  Creek, Slocan". It is a black, powdery  ore, half silver and the only other  place .where it has ! een found in Canada is at. Silver fslct, Lake Superior.  -HY N, C'oursier, who returned from  the south a few days ago, reports  great activity at Camborne. J. Lade  showed,him magnificent specimens of  free 'goid ore obtained from Oyster-  Criterion, now being developed by the  Uphir-Lade Company.  Judge Miller says:���������"The Lurdeuu  country has made greater advances  tliis year than in any two previous  years of its history. The Canadian  Pacific ,.railroad bus done twice or  thrice the business it expected to do  when the line was under construction  which is an excellent indication of  of the country's advance.''  <J". S. Flindt. who is interested in  several mining -'projects in this district, . endeavored when in England  to enlist capital for the ' development  of the mineral resource-of the district but found that owing to the Le  Hoi ,and other financial disasters' in  this Province English nvestors will  not look at British Columbia.  W. II.' Nichols, president of the  Nichols Chemical Co.. New York says  of his visit to I3.C.:"The trip has  proved ii revelation. Priiish Columbia is so now that my first big surprise was in regard to the wonderful  way the very latest mining inventions  are being applied to local, needs and  conditions, and it is also remarkable  that oncshculd come so far west to  sec the art of smelting so far advanced. The Granby smelter is away  ahead ol" most of the smelters I have  seen' as regards the prime attributes  of cconomv and management.  "the markets.  Fl.OUK.  Hungarian, per bag OS lbs.  .. .$2.75.  GltAIX.  Wheat, per ton -.  ..$32.00.  Oats, per ton .'   . .$32.00.  Feed.  Hay, per   ton, timothy. ...  ..$22.50.  Shorts   . .$25.00.  ' Bran, '   ..$22.50.  Sugah.  Sugar, per  sack, 100 lbs...  ...$0.00.  Veoetahi.es.  Beets, per  lb    3,  Potatoes, per,100 lbs   ...$1.25.  Onipns, per 100  lbs'   ..$4.0.0.  Cabbage, per lb   ...... .3.  Carrots, per 100 lbs   ....2.00.  Turnips, per 100 lbs   ....1.80.  Fakm Pkoduce.  ���������   Eggs, per doz.   new laid ...   35.  disc eggs ;   30.  Butter (Creamery),  per lb.   30  Butter (Dairy) per lb    25.  Cheese, per iii   V... 20.  Lard, per  lb    18.  M EATS. ,  Beef, per lb   .8 to 15.  &  <$*  4-  &  &'  4-  4-  T  4*>  4*  Wo would ihaw your at-       'A^ "T������4(v.'h4-  TToQ1TOT������CJ  tenlion to ou, own makeof   J-^-J.1     llgUU 1J.OCIUC10  One of the most attractive stoves made today.   Four sizes.   Also  Coal and Wood Heaters, Cook Stoves and Steel flanges.  Our own nn  FURNACES  ike of i iveiled pipes the same^priceas the patent  ��������� . "always slip" kind.  LAWRENCE.  ��������� ! i' '  IS    "&    &J3������    S    *���������'     ������*    **    **     *���������*     *'    j?     "tE     <t    *     "P"     *     *-"   *���������     *'    *r    *"     *r r.-tr     -C-     -tr    <?*���������**���������&    -tr  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  1*  TIIMIIE]  ,SY S.   "Archer"  or .<. S.   " Lardeau"  EDDY'S  Veal, per lb: ?..12J to 15.  Lamb, per   lb...,.    15* lo 20.  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Oolilcn ami Flemish 0;ik Furniture, Cross-  ley's Superb C-irpeels,;siHl Rujrs, Scotch  and  -    "   '-     Silver-  English Linoleums f)0c lo !f I.!>0 yd  Wiiro that wears���������"18-17 Koger Bros."  Sw'ss and Kns-Iish' Lace Curtiiinr  Fro nt  .iirne   Illustrntcd   Cntulo  free of Cl  Furnishers to all Classes.      Victoria, B. O.'  UNION  ..CIGAR FACTO  Jii.--. \Vilks was entertiiined at Xel-  soii la fat week on retiring from the  secretiiry-sliip of the Minors Union.  The eli'-irt of President Roosevelt  to l-i'-nt' iiboiit n setttk'iiient of the  anthnicite coi',1 strike failed.  ' We have not advanced the price of  our tobacco. Amber smoking tobacco,  Bobs, Currency and Fair Play chewing  tobaccos are the same size and price to  the Consumer as formerly. We have  also extended the time for the redemp.  tion of Snowshoe tags to January 1st,  1904.  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO Co. LIMITED  INDUSTRIAL NOTES.  .1. 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Special   Winter Terms :  Per Week.  JB12   to  S15  ���������T.      ALBEET     STOZEsni!     PBOI  One Block from CP?. Depot  Rail Stoamboat Wharves ''  Rc-furnlshcd and Re-rcodclcd  Rates S1.53 to $2 per day  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor, - Vancouver,  B. C.  Running between Arrowhe������d. Thomson'?  Lauding and Comaplix. commencing Oct, 11th,  l'j-jl. will -ail as follows (weather permitting!:  Leave -'.rrowhead for Thomson's Landing  ftnd C'Gmaplix twice daily at 10k. and 15k.  Leave Comaplix and Thomson's Landing for  Arrowhead twice daily at 7.15k. and 12.15k.  Making clo-e connections with all C. P. R.  trains and boats.  The owners reserve the right to change times  of sailing-, without notice.  THE K1JKU KOHIXSOX LUMBER CO. LTD.'  F. HOUIXSOX,  Managing Director,  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mall Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  ALLAX LINE-From Montreal.  Pari-ian   ���������      -      -      .    '.      ...       Oct. 18  Numidiaii Oct. 20  Tuni-ian -      -" -,    -      -        Xov. 1  DOMINION LrSE���������From Ho,ton.  Merinn  New England  C'OIllIlIO������jWCelltll  DOMIXIOX  California!)  Colouian  <3  Oct, 15 '  Oct. 22  Xov. 5  LINK���������From Portland.   Oct. 25    Nov. 15  HEAVER LIXE-  Lake Ontario   ��������� '   ���������'  Ijike Erie  Lake Mi-ganiic   -  -From Montreal.  OeL 16  "   23  "   30  ."     AMERICAN LINE-From New York.  St. Paul Oct. 15  .���������at. Ujui Oct. 22  1'hiladclpia Oct, 20  Si. Paul      -    , Nov- 5  RED STAR LINE-From New York.  Kroonland , Oct. 18  Zeeland      -  < Oct. 25  Finland Xov. 1  WHITE STAR LINE  i'euloiiic     '-  Cymric     ....  Oceanic   -  Majp.-lic     -     :     - t   -  Collie      -  CUXARH L1NE-  Unibrl.i  Lucunia   -  Elruria  -From Xew York. -  - Oct. 15  Oct, 17  ���������-      -       -        Oct. 22  - Oct. 29  -     ' Oct. 31  ���������From New Yoi k.  -     OcL 18  -     -      -       Oct. 25  -      -  Xov. I  Pa.-^engers ticketed through lo all parts of  Great Britain and Ireland, and at specially low  rates to.all parts of  the European continent.'  Apply to nesi.rc.-a railway or steamship agent or  to  T.  W. BRADSHAW,  Agent,  Revelstoke.  Trains lenvp  .I'KYHLSTOKIS  Daily  Eust.limiiiil   '  S:'J0  YvY'-t liountls.   t>"  S:40.  17:15  "  '  Tourist ar  Service   Daily ''  ST. PAUL   TORONTO.'.'    Tui'silays and S.'iluriiiiy.s  JIONTH.KAL Mini BOSTON...  "    ��������������������������� ' Thui-Mlnys  For full informal ion  call on   or ad-  drcss,   '    ���������  E.J.COYLE,      T. \Y  A.G.P.A., '      '.'  VANCOUVER.  MtADSHAYV  Agent, .  REVELSTOKE.  Seeds, Trees,  Plants, Bulbs.  ' GREENHOUSE PLANTS,  for Fall Planting.  Clean certificate  from   inspector.  OUT FLOWERS.  '    AGRICULTURAL  IMPLEMENTS,  REE SUPPLIES,  FRUIT BASKETS,'  FERTILIZERS,  Catalogue Free.  ���������M. -J. HENRY,  300!!., Westminster  Road,  Vancouver.  White Laiiok Only.  "'  PELLEW^HARVEY, .  BRYANT    &    GILMAN,  Vancouver, B. C. '  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYERS  Mil  Tests Smelter Tests  Up to 4000 lbs.    '  Checking Smelter Pulps a Specialty.  Have You a Doubtful Piece of Rock?  We'll Tell You what it is  FREE OF  CHARGE.  fflKHWl  Standard remedy lor Gleet,  Gonorrhcca and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles.  Cook's Cotton Hoot Compound'  Is successfully nsed monthly by oyer  '10.000Indies. Safe,effectual. Ladlesaok  your druggist for Cook's Cotton Bool Cem-  potin'. Take no other, ns all Mixtures, pills and  Imitations are dangerous. Price, No. l,$lper  box; >'o. 2,10 degrees stronger,fs per box. No.  1 or 2, mailed on receipt of price and two Vcta.*  stamps. Tho Cook Company Windsor,Oni.  E&-S03.1 and 2 sold and recommended oy all  responsible Druggists in Canada,  No. 1 ami N'o. 2 are told nt J rout Lake by K.  T. A bey. .-mil at licveMoku by Vi'. Hews. G. F.  CiirliY. 'and Canada Drug & Hook Co. Druggists  J. H. YOUNG  Best brand  Travellers  at this Motel  >  s of Wines, Liquors aiul Gig  to   Fish Creek will find exce  ProiDrietor.  irs.  "ent  accommot  .Union  won. Afur. ^ooa,g p^ospTioaiae,  The. Great Engltih Jicmcdy.  Sold and recommended by all  druggists In Canada. Only rell-  J'^iLJ^vi^ al)'e medicine discovered. Six  "Jr \f$*&'H?*i^picka(jc3 guaranteed to cure *U  forms of Sexual Weakness, all effects of abuse  or excess, Mental Worry, Excessive use of Tobacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, one package Jl, six, $5. One willplcate,  ttiicUicure. Pamphlets free to any address.  Tho Wood Company, Windsor, Oat.  Woor/s I'liosi-iKiDi.vi; is told in Hcvelslokc  by Canada Drug & 1'ook Co.. G. K. CuriK anci  W. Ucw.-j, and oy Kru-ik T. A bey at Trout Uike  Druggists.  f  rr^~mMjmsw$mb^v^mmimm������>  \W)MWmimMaims!&\*M^\^\.vM*^n.'MMau)w\w,>,m  W'WMKIBIiM.'lOTWtfllllJMIlMWmwt.wwiw.H^.l*'  imramM-fflMWMMfflM^^ THE KOOTENAYDMAIL.
In Ihi.-d.imp climate every body
i? iiiini" or b'~- tumbled wiTh
(���atari h in ifn' h--ad. One of
ili.' ne-vi-st   ri-ni'-di- -   is  call'il
Catarrh Cure
It  i-= Composed I'f I WO   I'OUli'S ���
<nn; Im- internal .mil tlii' other
tor external ii-'', and will efl'ei I
a tun-a-- near as .my nn-dicine
cm.     It. is sold only by till'
��� At $1 per Bottle.
Ti.V fin  void j.(.|f ami  he convinced.
AsuKiisov-���On .Sept. 'Uth, at Jluvel
.-toko, to -Mr. anil Mrs. Nels Ander
.-iMi. a -<j:i. -       ,   ���
. '; r
Coiixiijit���At    Heaver,  on Sept.
tlie wife of M. (.<. Cornis.li, of a
A   if K).UJO ..hotel is to be   b.iilt   at
Han IV. '    i
'   Tlie   Halifax    Chronicle   advocates
iiideneiideilce for Canada.
Over   14000   j-.c-opk-, attenikd   the
.\'e-v Westminster 'exhibition.
A .national monument is to be ercc-
U-d io the ineinory'of Cecil Rhodes.
. A   rfmid.iy M-huol'ha--been   started
,at   Wilniei    by Mr. .Smyth  and   Mr.-.
The. fuel outlook in Winnipeg ia
serious., anthracite having run ni' to
$20 per'ton.'       .    .    ,
Theie i* a great improvement at
liho't owing to work being resumed
on the"]] C. mine.
ifjOO more will be spent on the I'i re
Valley road, and It. Morrison will
have charge-of the'ivork.
M". Pettipii-ee, city   forcm-m. located
and    opened up a   new city gravel pit
������behind 1!. H. Wilson's store.
A. Mclbie hiiihnusi successful lishing
at the mouth of'ihe Tumtuni on r'ri-
day. securing several large trout.
The Works Committee accepted the
tender of J. A. ICernahan at fii} cents
a yard for   gravelling   the city street;..
The Calgary Herald says hall" a
million dollars will - be expended ' in
buildings in that city within the next
year. , �� -
Owing to llie increase of business
in J'evelstokc the ' Dominion Kxpress
Co. has estaljlished it free delivery for
the ciiv.
The Fide! murder ciia'e wili be heard
at   Golden   on the'27th  when   (!.' ri,
.McCarter'and T. O'Brien will be coun-
'.-el for ncciir-cd.
Government by injunction has been
a great scheme in the United .States,
hs'latest application is lo prevent tlie
marriage of lovers.
K. Tappi-ig has shown us a line
sample of Lombard plums which > be
has successfully grown, the branches
bci!1.',* laden with It nit. .   -
At the County Court on 'Monday
on application of G. S. MeC irter
Judge Forin issued letters of 'Ulmin's-
tiation in the estate of J. D. Boyd to
A.McKae, J. M. k'cllie and T. \V.
15ain. The public administrator was
authorized to sell lands at Golden in
the estate of O. E. Jkniclmrd, G. S.
McCarter making the application.
Mr. McCarter also applied for substituted ni'i'vie. in the Ferguson suit of
McICiiiiion v. Kd.-on and the order
Messrs. Voiinger and Jackson, who
returned from South Africa last week,
report a. bad state of affairs at the
Cape, thousands of men being uneni-
plo-ed'. They served nt the front up
to thu'termination of the war and were
in the Hart's .River light. Messrs.
Kyre. IJowers and Jjolton. who also
went from Revelstoke. have remained
in .South Africa.
The Roston Comedy company, represented by Cyrus Hi'ownlee Newton
and Mis--Jean I'urell, gave an entertainment at the opera house last evening to a good house. The character
representations were exceedingly clever
and the audier.ee was delighted from
beginning toend of the performance
A correspondent writes I'r'c.in Mono-
ton, N. 15.: "Your report and editorial
reference to the speech by ]". A. Powell, at Revelstoke, have created no
little interest here. You have d-jnc
the Liberal party a great, service by
your timely exposure of his discreditable platform tactics."
V. C. Gamble, Provincial ICn'gineer,
went to Comaplix Wednesday to ex-
ami-ie the site for 'a proposed new
bridge over Fish, Creek near the
mouth, to connect Comaplix and
Beaton and also to give acec-s from
Comaplix to the Cambcrne-Beaton
At., the County Court before His
Jl.-.nor Judge Forin on Monday the
only ease heard was thatofM- Petti-
piece vs. R. Allen, claim $00 for supplies. Mr. .McCarter ,for pltf. Mr.
Le Maistre.. for deft. ��� Judgment-went,
for pltf. for amount of claim and
costs.     ' "
0. D.JIoar. nianagerof the Laborer's
Co-operative association at ('olden has
now on the ground the plant for a
daily newspaper which the company
will run at. Golden to boom its mining
properties. .The plant cost, between
.^JJOOandliROOO. -     ���
On Tuesday the city made a novel
application ""of hydraulics by connect'
ing ihe,new gravel pit with the lire
plug at R. S. Wilsons and washing
down the gravel by, water power- The
scheme worked splendidly.
I'i. Floyd, sec.-treus, to the Water
Light ^ Power Company, has been
busy distributing the $00000 received
from the city for the Company's property. One (lav alone this week he
paid out over $:JO:000    ,
1 i,
J. M. Doyle, who returned from
Trout Lake Wednesday- reports splendid prospects there. 'Great, interest is
taken in the big lumber project referred to iu another column.
Thc'inen who went up three weeks
i-go to inspect' the 15ig. lienil timber
limits on belialf-of American capitalists
returned a few days ago and are well
pleased will: the properties.
The Northwest. Development ^got
the liist length of their cable for their
aeiial tramway weighing Ii.1,
tons Hirough from Comaplix lo
'Goldlields on Monday.
J. Malhic r.ii.-ed   a .-plendid crop nf j
ox-head carrots this seas' n on hi> loti-j
on   Thiid   .Street, taking 400   lbs.   ol'jic
roots from a small patch of ground.      '
J.   W.    Bennett, chairman    of   the1
.-ejioel   trustees,   is   taking   steps   to
organic   a ninlit-seliool for the ntv.
The Best in the World.
Mail us lo Koyal Crown Soap
Wrappers, and in return we
will mail a beautiful Picture
size 16x20 ; or for 25 Wrappers
your choice of over 100 books.
Drop us a. 'post card asking
for a catalogue of premiums
to be had FREE for Koyal
Crown Soap Wrappers.
The Royal Soap Co.,
Vancouver, B.C. Limited.
Kit) acre farm, rich loam,., close to
high price market,for sale. See IIY N.
E. "M. Allum removed his' jewelry
stock on Tuesday lo Mrs. Turnross's
building on MeKenzie Ave.
W. Bews has imported aluminum
novelties in tiays etc. which are
amongst the nicest displayed in the
Refreshments will be served at Entertainment of St. Andrew's Willing
.Workers on Thursday evening Oct. 10
tli. inst.
Thanksgiving day Afternoon and
Evening in Selkirk Hall,. Entertainment and Sale by St Andrews Willing Workers.     .     '*
St. Andrew's Willing Workers will
offer for sale a ipiilt made by ' themselves at'the sale on Thanksgiving.
Admission in afternoon free. Evening
25 cents.   .'
Tin-: Kootkx.vy Mail and Wkeki.y
Glow: will be supplied to the end of
10013 for $2.50, these papers, being
supplied free for the balance, of .JH02.
The premium includes portraLs' of all
Ontario governors. Remit to Koot-
k.v-y Mail ollice.
Make your own winter Coat or Cape.
You can do this by means of Butterick
Patterns The. November- Butterick
Patterns show new Norfolks and new-
Gored'Capes with special collar .ed'eds
and ili-op-'shoulder effects.
Our Butterick Paper Pattern Department'shows splendid- variety and
should be visited by you "each month
in order to inspect the novelties that
are continually being placed in,our
stock. .Taylor Bros, it George Limited
Divine Services will be conducted
bvJ'ev.R. Coventrv in The Opera Hall
on Sabbath Oct. J2th at'11 and ,7.30]
Subjects Morning, "Jacob wrestling
wiili the Angel.''' Evening. ''The Kv-'
olution of a Sinner."' Jm-piring
singing will be in order. Everyone'
will be made welcome: As this is the
opening scrviee'oi the Congregational
Mis-.iuu.it is hoped that a goodly
number will avail themelves of the
priveh'gO of attending. .
it i
- proposed to
re at Wihner.
organize a mason-
K. Ol I'.
i On" Wednesday a meeting in con-
\ nection with the 'Oriental Degree was
1 held and six new mi inhere joined.
The   Standard   says   of    KYnulnops:     ;**.. ���	
'���Never  before   in   her history ha* her      The C. P  R. liavinir decided   to   do
prospects looked brighter.   , ,lw.iy   with<.ho   bivr"\i:'il' nc     Field,
The City Finance Comnii; tee. met j engineer-- will be put on to lay out a
Ia<t night to arrange for -tri". ing rate' new giade he'iween Field and Lagann.
fur the vear. ' .      ��� The n'-w routi: will be by   way   of the
norni !���
-J n the Quebec legislative bye election.-, the liberal candidates were defeated in rioulanges and Stanstead,
the independent candidate winning
the former and the conservative the
The paragraph' in last issue regarding   steam launch at Nakusp   should
hifvc   read    that the launch   is   being j     Thursday  next.    Thanksgii ing day. J
put on by the   Dominion government,: i^ ;i public'linliday.
not   the   Dunsinuir   government    a-,  '
priii I al. j
The   Swiss   guides    have   returned | /?^/�� AND STEAM ER\"���
home.    C.    L.     Clark,-,   chic-l ol   the . - the. i,>'-'
.party says there has been more nioiin- \      ' 	
Uinet-ring   this summer than in   any|     The Great Northern ha.��
lirevioiis   season   but the majority   of! C. A* K. railway.
the tourist's were Americans. !    r,,.     ,, *      ,        ,
j      the Great .Northern I.a-   pin
the Victoria Terminal I!ai!,-:iv.
of tiie
Cieking lior.-e. which
j give.- fiiiipi*; P��i:ti Y-r 'ibtaining a'good
Igr.ide. The deviation will be a costly
j niece f.f w-f.rk ��.- it
!tm-_'.   out,
OtliV    .
lie i/
I hi-' b
if.    wii!
��� ���<���*���: >-f
s largely lock  cut-
etVeci   ' immense
a- com pa led with
'���iivr.uing   on   the
Social and Personal
JI. J. Bourne left for Vancouver
G. Knapp returned from'Vancouver
W. A.Galhotm returned froni the
coast Tuesday.
.). Abrahaiiison returned from the
coast on Sunday.
W. J. Butler, of Camborne, visited
the city Wednesday.
Andrew Carnegie has recently given
away nearly $15,000,000 per annum.
Tlie marriage of T. J. Lawrence and
Miss Cannon, will be celebrated on
Oct. 22nd.
The Quadrille Assembly will hold
the opening dar.ee of the season on
the loth.
T.J. Uarratt, formerly of Wetaski-
win, has joined tlie staff of C. Ii. Hume
and Go's store.
Di's. Camiihors and Cross returned
Wednesday from" Nelson. .Mrs. ,Car-
ruthers returned .Monday.
Duncan '.McGregor ��� returned this
week from his visit to Scotland,
acconipiinied by his sister.
On Thursday, at Cochrane, S. A.
Armstrong, of the C. V. li. building
department, was married to Miss
Mauilie Ilauston, of Tweed, Out.
D. G. .Mackenzie the local manager
of the Dominion Express Company
returned on Saturday frjm his trip to
Montreal and resumed duty on Monday.   '
The Ladies Auxiliary presented Mrs.
Carruthers with a silver table bell in
appreciation of the excellent service
she, has rendered the society as
I'cy. B.Coventry gave, an address
un'der the auspices of the Epwortl,
League on Tuesday cyening3oii "Juvenile Grime,''reciting his experience
at a reformatory.
. St,,Peter's elutrch Altar, Guild will
hold a series of socials during the
coming winter, the first of which will
be on October 22nd at Hie residence
of Mrs. J. -U. Scott.  0
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Flindt returned
on Friday from (heir extended visit to
England. The trip was made for the
benefit of-Mr. Flhult's health, an'd his
many friends will be glad to sec he has
completely recovered.
A. E. Phipps, manager of the .. In'i-
perial'Bank,'returned end of last week
from Jiistrip to Boundaiy. He considers 'tlint,section of the. province has a
splendid future'though dull at-present.
J. G. Millard, 'who used to be ex.
pi ess messengeron the Jake steamers,
and has lately been, running as
nessenger between ' Vancouver and
Calgary, passed through on Sunday
on his way to Winnipeg to be married.
Rev. Professor Kilpatrick, I). D. of
Manitoba College'who will address, a
meeting at the Presbyterian Church
here was-one of the strongest speakers
of, the Free Chiircli^of Scotland, and
was culled, froni Kerryhill, Aberdeen, a
few years ago to-the chair of Apologetics in Manitoba College. He is well
known   to the reading world   througl
(Krom Om- Own Correspondent.)
II. Williams returned from Golden
on Monday.
yi. MacMahon of Golden, was in
town Sunday. "
J. Cosford, of Beaver, is in Golden
at the hospital. -
yi. Carl in and F. W.Jones of Golden
were in town last week.
M. Allison has started on his trapping tour for the winter.
M. Wan less, of Winnipeg, is in
town on business this week.
J. Craik, of Minn. U. S., is in town
visiting his brother J. Craik: .
MY Wilson, school inspector, was
inspecting the school this week.-
Miss McQuite, of Montreal, is visiting her sister, Mrs. G.,Campbell.       ~
' Miss Craik and niece, of Lacombe
arc visiting the Misses Mc-Callum.
D. Buchan.in, one of the C. K. L.
company's men shot 3 bear at Beaver.
The Misses McCallum gave an "at
home" to a few friends Friday evening. ,
The young people of tlie town'had a
very enjoyable time in the Hall' on
Saturday night.
Kcv. E. Hogg left for his home.! in
O.itario on 9th.. The people in
Beaver gave him a donation.
Miss C. McQuite and Miss Sadie
McCallum had a very enjoyable ��� trip
up the mountains on horse back last
' Misses C. and V. Craik, who have
been visiting the Misses "McCallum
for the pa.-t month, returned , home
to Laccinbe Tuesday.
Bear seem to be plentiful around
Beaver this year. One of the river
drivers on the morning of the' Lst.
shot a fine black bear. '"
.J. Thornton and friend have just
arrived from a successful, hunt iit
Bush River, when they shot a "number of bear and other game.
J. Bouchard and F. Dermont, two of
Beaver's bacheloio, gave an "at home''
to the younger people of'Beaver and
they spent a very pleasant evei ing in
dancing and games.
The Beaver mill is buzzing away,
which is something new for this time
of year, the cause "of the ea'rly shut-,
clown of previous years being for the
want of water to float the logs to' the
jack ladder. The company has now
overcome this 'difficulty by placing
a da .i accross the river, and it is now
proving a success, and gives lots , of
water. It will take live O'-six weeks
to finish the seasiiis cut.
Notice is hereby given that the above company transferred its business to the Corporation
of the City of Revelstoke as from October 1,
1902. AH accounts accruing from Unit date arc
payable to the Council; all previous to, that
date to the company.
It is requested that nil accounts owing to the
Company be paid by October 31, l!)(ri. Payment
may be made to the undersigned at the City
Clerk's ollice, t'irc Hall No. 2.
i Secretary.
Rcvchlokc, Oct. 8,1902.
"VfOTICE is hereby given that 30 days ^ift��r
JJN date I intend applying to the Honorable
the Chief Commissioner of "Lands and Works
for the permission to fell nnd carry away timber from the following lands:
No. 1.
Commencing at a post at southwest corner
marked "W. H." planted about three chains
south of Hill creek, and about one-and-a-half
miles northeast of Upper Arrow lake. Galena
Bay, marked "\V. li, thence cast 100 chains;
thence north 40 chains; thence west 1CI chains;
thence south 40 chains to place of commencement.
Galena Bay. B. C, Sept. 22nd, 1902.
The citizens of KcvcKtokc arc hereby notified that, the business of I lie licvelMoke, Water,
Light, and Power Company i.s being conducted
by the Corporation as from October 1,1902.
Until further notice, water and light rates,
liiilnllnlion fees ami prices of lamps, etc., will
remain the muiic as with tin-company. The
business will be conducted at llie City Clerk's
ollice, Kire J'ullXo. 2.
p ' II, KLOYI),
City Clerk.
Jtovcl-tokc. Oct. 8. I'he.
Notice of Sheriffs Seizure and Sale.
VTOTICI" is hereby given that, under and by
J_\ viiliiu of a warrant, of execution issued
out of the County Court of Kootenay, holdcn
at Golden and directed to the Shciill'of Northeast Kootenay, aguinsl the goods of J. K.
Deacon, of Golden. J have this day'.seiy.cd and
taken in execution, all the interest of the 'Mid
J. 1-'. Deacon iu the .Mineral Claims, "ICinerald"
situated on (he Hast I'ork of I'utiish Creek, in
Big Bend. "Lucky .luck", situated nt-lieadof
Knd Creek, iu the Big Bend. "i. X. L."
situated at Big Mouth Creek, nine miles .from
the Columbia Itivcr. "Sunshine" situated on
Hig Jloutli Creek, live miles from Columbia
Hiver. All in the IleveKliike Mining Division
of North Kootenay. And 1 give notice that
I will on
WEDNESDAY, OCT.22nd, 1902
at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon, at
the Court House, in the City of Itovclstoke,
offer for sale publicly, all the interests of the
said J. K. Deacon, in the said Mineral Claims
or Mich'part; tliet-eof as shall satisfy the said
Kxcetitioii. i   '-' "
.Dated this Sth day of October, lflll-.
Deputy to the Sherill'of North Kootenay
No. 2.
Commencing at a post planted at northwest
corner, about three chains south of Hil-. creek
and about one-and-one-half miles northeast of
Galena Bay, Arrow lake, marked "\V. B,"
thence south 40 chains; thenco cast 160 chains;
thence nor)h 40 chains; thence west 100 chains
to place of commencement.     ,   .
������WM. BEATY.
Galena Bay, B. C, Sept. 22nd, 1902.
No. 3.
Commencing at a postmarked "W. J." planted
nt the southwest corner of timber berth marked"
"W. B," nnd about one mile eastjof Arrow Like,
Galena Bay, thence south 40 chains; thence east
HXIchains; thence north 40 chains; thence west
1(10 chains to place of commencement.
Galena Bay. B. ('., Sept. 22nd, 1902. ,
No. I. ���  ���    ���'
Commencing nf. a post marked "YV. 1." planted
at northwest, corner about 'Ml chains cast of the.
southwest corner of Timber Berth No. 2, hereinbefore described, and about one-and-lln-ec-
fourlhs miles cast of Arrow lake, Galena Bay-
thence nouth 80 chains; thence east HI chainn'
thence north k'O chain.*; thence1 west SO chains,
to place of commencement.
wsr. iinvix.
Galena B��.y, B. ('.. Sept. 22nd, 19(12.
"VfOTICK is hereby given that 30 days after
UN    date I intend applying to the Honorable
the Chief Commissioner of I^ands imdWorkn for
permission to fell,and carry away timber from
the following described lands: Commencing sit
a post planted beside T. H. & 'D's, southwest'
corner post and marked "G. Jl." onequarteJ
mile west, of Deep creek and about two and one-
half miles south from Galena bay, on the Upper
Arrow   lake,  thence north 80 chains; thence
west SO chains; thence south SO chains; thence,
east WJ chains to place of commcnee.iieul.      '    '
Arrowhead, B. ('., September 17th, 1902.
TvTOTICK is hereby given thai. .'Ml days after
_l_\ date I intend applying to the Honorable
the Chief Commissioner of Lands mid Works
for permission to fell and carry away timber
from the following described lands: Commencing at a post, planted on west bank
of the creek running through Thompson'* Lund-,
ing on the Upper Arrow hike and marked "O,
M. one-half mile eat.t, of Arrow lake, thence
east 100 chains; t hence south 40 chains; thence
west 100 chains; thence north 10 chains to place
of commencement. ,
Arrowhead Mills,
Arrowhead, It. ('., September 17th; 19112,
his   works and articles   on   Christian
ethics  and philosophy.    The   Presby
terians,   ol    the
store for thoni.
citv have a   treat   in
J.Ennest extends an open invitation
to the opening of the above hotel, on
.Monday 'JJJili inst.
The Boston Comedy Co. will appear.
S. S. Arciierhas been chartered and
special rates by stage, saddle, lior&es,
from Comaplix and Beaton.
cui"e-l thv
The city took over the Water and
J.i-.'ht plant on Friday the 'purchase
money %'\Y1 5'JO beinir paid over to the
Company on that day through the
-Mol.-oiis Hank. The Company's iject-
riu.il stati' continues with the citv.
>toek   ha-    mtov^p-'I
diop li'isf w�����( k.
('.    ]'. K. stoc''-   ha-    iiT'.von-'i    f
points on ii.-
C. P. I!, profits for  July ami
weie   iri.'-'tf.'ili.-is .li-anis!   %\ :?''l'i<i] \
, for .same pel ii"'il of i.-iM ;. i a1-.
i     -\'i In ithsiiindini:    the-\ar i ib- C.ijc
��� -<!\ crnim i.t    rail--ny.s < al in-d ,i    prolit
, of-l.l permit for ,1 !:������ pa-1 year"
lion.' .].     Dunr-miiir     has     Lonjiht .
lout   the Southern I'a.-ilie int*.-rests    in
. il.i- '.'.. and X. railway   and oo.-i! an.i-;.,
!     The   ('. P. I!, hotel .it Dan��'   closed !
, Wedin'Ml.-iy.    .Mr.   and    Mi's. Math.-m--'
leine   about  ls|. Xnvi'-niber fur   Hono-i
������r'now-waves ntid Snnw-drilta in
���C.tuad.i" i- the snbji c;t of a paper by
Mr. \':iunh.in Co-ni.-h iu the August
iiiiiiibi-r of lb'-'ii'OL'r:i]diii'al Journal
and b - }),-.��� -oine iutere-tin-* remarks
0:; tli-  .-Low miisiiriiiiius of the Helkirk
-Mol"U:'il!i- _ . il,.- I'., and X. railway   and co.-'
The final jzame in the l.ii-ros.sp'
match 'betud'ii tin- \\'e.-tiiiin-ters,'
Chjinipion.s of I!. ('.. and Sh.imroeks, |
Ch.iii'pifii,- nf the ^"orld. took place
on r'.iuiid.i;.- and ua.- keenly c-oiife.st(.d i
luit a ele.iii .-.'aiiie. The Wf.-'.inin.sti-rs ' <'win^ to the so ir.riiy ..f coal \i\ ]
won le. I in " ,.iid as-ibis was their ' eiis|enr.-tali s | In- Iii.st.nn and .Maine1
fcoii'l win iu the .series they reidace ' railway willbuin wood at nearly .ili,
tlii' ,-"h.iiiin-el;s a.s   the world's eliamp-; -rations. I
'"!1-- |     J. Aimstroiij:. ('. K. of Tlie Canadian |
li.   ('.    branch   of   the   Navy j X'orthern mii \eys. has ^nne to b'-ad of
a --old medal    for   the j .Smoky  Itivcr to explore for a    railway
���     l'or first-clasi leather write    -
B. C. Leather Co.
Vancouver, B. C.
Briti-h Columbia Agents for the celebrated
"PENETANG" Sole l.c.uher. Cut Solesand
Heel I'ioees.
Harnes, J.e.i thers, Bridie. Saddle' and Skirl.-"
:ng Leathers. Lace and l.atigo Leather.-, Upper leather- of all kinds.
Mamifactui-ei-s of Closed Uppers of nil
description'-. , '
Shoemakers-' Tools ami Findings, Saddlery
Hardware, Hides (l.���l Oils.
T��o thon-and Ueerskiiis ^'untcd.
I'ataliiguc- ar.il price liaison application.
, Trademarks'
and  Copyrights
j  *  - obtained ill all counlrics. ���
I Registered Patent  Attorney
j Mcclnuiieil Kn-? i-c r ami DrauKhtsninn,
| Haul,- nf js,'.V. .\. Iluil.linj,'-. Haslln-js Street
j VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
I A po-O-ard will -cure nn i veiiin-f .ipjioint
j mi-ii," fur llio-- win, >,iiiiiu!,i,i|| riuHiiK Ibe da)'
Railroad Watches...
Waltham and Elgin, Yllamp-
den and Jlamilton, 17 and 21
jewels. Vanguard, Elgin
Veritas, Crescent St., Father.
' Time, C. P. li. Special, B. \Y\
Kaymond. ��� Applcton Traccy,
181 Special.    Send for prices.
Watch  Specialists,   Vancouver,  li.  C
Advertisements under this heading
will be published at one cent per word
per issue.    Cash with-order.
TANTED TO SELL--A   thinl  in-
/V     ti're>t in a Bitf lienil mic.-i claim
Price   $500,     Apply   Kootenay   Mail
\TT"AKTED-��]Iotel    proprietors    to
W     get registers at the Kootenay
Mail ollice, ltevelstokc.
Revelstoke Hospital Society
A public meetiiiK will be held in Xo. 2 Kire
Hall at I o'clock i-i the afternoon, on TUKS-
DA.Y. OOTOHKIl 7. Kleetion of ollicers and
other business will bo transacted.      '
s."m. miwu co.
Dealers in All Kinds of
Farm Produce, Fruit, etc. ���
Can supply I'l-nit. a-- follows iu any
ipi-niliiy: Appli-w, "JU-'per poinid: Crab
Ap|i|i->, 2|e pel pound; Plums, -le per
pound; IVais, I'U- per poiind. . Write
lor prices on ve^i'tabli's; can supply in
nny (jiinntity and save j-oti nionej-.
Notice of Sheriff's Seizure and Sale.
"VTOTICK is hereby Kiven that, under and
J_N bv virtue nf a warrant of Uxocution
ihsued but of the Small Debts Court, of itosi-
land. H. (.:., holdcn al Hossland, ard directed to
the Sherill' of North Ivonlenay, against the
goods of David Orr, \ h.i.-e I his day seized and
taken in Kxecution, nil the interest, of the said
David Orr in the Mineral Claims, the "Cyclone"
and "Cresent", ��� situated on Orent Western
Mountain, and the "('resent," and "Sirdar,"
situated on Goat Mountain, in the .Lnrdcau
Mining DiviMon of West, ICooteuay. And I give
notice that, I will mi
THURSDAY,OCT. 16th, 1902, .
at. Hie hour of two o'clock in Ihc aflcrnoon at
the Coin-l House, in the City of IlevcNIokc,
oiler for Mile piiblicly, all the intore.st, of the
said David Orr. in thesaid Mineral Claims- or
such part thereof as shall .satisfy the said
Dated this Slrd day of September. 1!W:>.
Deiiuly lo thcShcrillof North ICooteuay.
In tho matter of the "Companies Act, ISTd to
- IS!).'!" and iu the mailer of tho Sunshine 'Limited, in liquidation,
rplirc creditors of the above named Company
.1. arc required, on or before the 2111 li day of
October, 11)02, to send their names nnd addresses
and the particulars of their debts or claims
verified and I lie names anil nddiesscs' of their
solicitor.*, if any, to Charles Hill, College Hill
Chambers, College Hill, London, K. C, Knglnnd
the duly appointad liquidator of tho said Company, or to J. V. Armstrong, Kovolstokc, 11. C,
his agent, and if so required by notice in wril-
ing, to conic nnd prove such debts or claims a I
such time and place as shall be appointed in
such notice, or in default thereof they shall bo
excluded from the benelil of any distribution
made before such debts are proved,
Dated this 1th day of September, 1(1112.
���     " CIIAItLKS HIM;.
\ '     .       per his Agenl,
J. V, Armstrong.
a '
For Manitoba, the' Northwest  Terrl-
��� i
tones and the Railway Belt in
British Columbia.
Leases for grazing purposes are is-ued for a
term of twenty-one years, and the rental is at
tho rateof two cenls an aeie per, annum, payable half-yearly in advance. ,_,
Lands included in a grazing lease may-be
���vit.lulrawn for homestead entry, snlo'or railway purposes, bill, no icnlal is charged on such
lands from the date upon which they are withdrawn from the lease.
A lessee of grazing lands is not enlitled lo (he
hay thereon, but, he may, upon application to
the,agent of Dominion Lands, obtain each year
tlie'fii-st. permit to cut. on his leasehold whatever quantity of hay he may require for his
own Use, free of dues, I ho department reserving
the right, to issue permits to oilier applicants.
Applications for grazing leases should be
made lo tlio Secretary, Department of the Interior, Ottawa. , .
I'. O. KKYKS.    '   '
Si-irctiiry, Department of tlie Interior.
Harvey Mineral Claim, situate in the Lardeau Mining Division of "A'esl Kootenay District, i
Where located: On Pool creek, about, two
miles from mouth.  '
Take notice thai J, Win. K. Devercnx, acting
a.s agenl for Charles Harvey, I'Veo Miner's Cer-
tillcnte No. 11 Ii78tr2. intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Alining Heeorder
for a Cerliucalo of Improvement!-, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim. ,-, '
And further take notice thai action, under
Section 37, must, be commenced before the issuance of biich Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 21th day of .Inly, l!'l2.
bi��- '-:s;iy on the -The I'.rit i-h Xavy
l 'i I'.-iiish ('olu.'iibi.i U'atcr.s." open to
all urder -Jl. A silver modal will be
;'ivi��� 11 as s(.(.oi!(l jiii/e. .\ silver medal
i- o;';'i-:iil lor the be��t e.-s:iy on "Vnn-
c'luvjr and hi^ work in lJiili-��h C"l-
tiiiibia. ' open to all, under 17. .-'enioi
's-.iys aie limited to 7,."il)(J words, and
.hiniui css.iy- to 2.500 wold-.
An unfortunate alVray occurred at
tin; ���Oiientnl hotel on- Tuesday. ,wbon a
yerai'i-' tool; jilae'i--. between (.Jus Lund
and .J. A. Leslie, in which Leslie .stabbed Lund,, with a; kniie, Lund was
taken to the hy.-.pial to tinv.c bisiiijur-
.ie.s attended.to. ;L(;.s-lie w-i.s' ai-n'.st':d,
but on Wednesdiiy was admitted to
bail in- fw<
Taylor and
Y'airetie.s. <}
j pass    aei-os.s the Koekv    Mountains to
IU. C. " j
j     In expectation of a bigger    piNi   of i
| of tourists than   o\er next year the C. i.
! I'. Ii. will .i;."nin   enlaiL'e the Field ho-1
Improves the flavor
and adds to the healthful ness of the  food.
Th'j Kooicii'ty M'lil Jmri thci
Toroiu'- \'\Cckl\" ('AoIjc will Ijcj
sent for ihc balance of 1902 to
remitting  90c  lo   the
the       '  ���
Moscrop Bros.
Sanitary  Plumbing, Hot
Water & Steam Heating.
Second Street, Revelstoke
a ml lender? clo-i- a!  V.u.r-ri i
To Trappers
Oct   i:bh for the uoi!
sureties of sffidt), T. IO. L.
A. IY Kihcaiil boinji ''j"-1
S.' ,.M cCa rtcr, a ppca nd for
lion. A. (J. I'lair passed ibiou^b
lievi-l.siril-'- for the coast on .Mondav.
(J. Cumin-'s. nnd Xeil McCnlliim. .1- n
(Iclej^atirin from (Jrand'F'irks, ue-t, bim
on the. tr.tin tii ask that, the- ���restrictions on tlii.- V'.: VY ui-.d IY. entering
Gnmd .Forks'bo removed. 'Hon., Mr.
Hlair .ininii.'flial'oly.' wired ' lo Ot.tii.wa
instructions to call.a. meeting r.f ���"���.
railway conunittce lo deal wilh tin-
mat.tor. Y. ,
When outfitting  for camp
always take T)r. Trice's Cream
Baking Powder for good   ',
hcaltn  and good  food,     h   |Raw Fars Bough'b
Subscribe 2s'0\V for tho Mai).
makes  the finest flapjacks
biscuits and bread.      ,;,
. ��� '    ..-   ��     , ���������"
Never j;o into the woods away
''.  ' .from a Moctor wilh-a.'cheap aliim,
.   KSleiiifj.jiowHcr in the outfit.  You.
want the best lialcinj;'powder in
Ihc worl<l--aiifl   it is inoSt. economical in I he end..  '   .   '���
Cash Prices Paia
Exporter of Furs.
'   (b-f/yruir Job Printing done nI
Mail Oilioe. .
Business College
Opposite Hotel Vancouver,
!      MISS E.   RICHARDS,   Principal.
.HliMihand, Ty|i'-writ!ii-f. Kookkecpii)'?. ','<;1(!-
Ki.-ifilij iiuil Ari;liiti;i-lnri<l IlriiwlliK. OriKin-
n('^ from llil-mjIlcKCr'i.-'Jiirolii-M.nppiJiiilliHilit*.
ln'-lii-iii; toniM for ho.irderrt $VI per nioiitli.
We can supply you with a lii-st cluss
loose ledger syateni .which is better
thanYUin.sc, you si'iul' cast f'ir and i��
only u f.hird of the. priet-.Y, Piitroni'/e
lioiue industry ii'nd send,us youi-ojder.s
for loose. Ii'iif h'dgeis nnd rcquisiti's
I Iu-re for.
���Samples and prices on npplii-.-ition.
- Revelstoke.
A f.ii-in for .sale, tfooil   ImlldliiKs.
Mrs. U. Willis, liuvclstokc, II. U.
Apply to
For Sale.
rilJIK I'JONKKIt IIOTia, niCATON*. n. r.
.1. 'I'liuM-lt! cause of my .selliiiK oul, is that I
have to leave Lhls distriet on account, of ill
health.   Apply Io >
ISAAC I1AT1-:, I'l-opriclor,
Heal on, It. (J.
Ill tl'i'/niattei- oi Lhe "Cninptitiies   Act
'S02 to iS!):r and in I he unit ti-r of I he
Lillooet, Fraser River  and   Cariboo
Gold Fields, Limited, in liquidation,
rnllfi creditors of the   above   named
JL    Coinpanv arc requiied,  on or before tho 22nd* day ot October,   1902. to
send their   names   and   addresses anil
the particulars of I heir debts or- claims
veriiied and the names and   addresses
of their Solicitois,' if  any,   to   M.   le
Vicomte.   du   Peloux   anil   Mr. R.   C.
Wyatt, College   Hill   Chamber--,   Col-
lefre Hill, London K. C, , lingland, the
dulyappointed Liquidalni-s of i he said
Compiuiy, .or   to  J.    V. Arinstroii-r,
Revelstoke, B, C, their n-rent,   and  if
so required by  notice   in -wiiiinjr,   lo
come and ptove said debts or claims at.
such time and place as shall be appoint.,
ed iu such notice, or in default, thereof
they shall be excluded from the hcm'fil'
of any distribution  made before   such
debts are pioved.
Dated IheOili dav of .Septembei 1(102.
M. mi PliLOUX,
I'er their A-rent,
J. V. Armstrong.
For Sale
Two Wood  Ktoves and a Sell'-I'\'''il-
ing Coal .Stove at .Bargain Prices.
Apply to
���      ' V. li. LKSVIS.
Small stock  of  finishing lumber, all
well seasoned cedar.
The Pioneer Lumber Dealer
For Sale
TWO Ite-iiiloiiccr- on JMoKcnzic Avenue, with
modern iiiiproveinoiils, $->,'M each, on ciiiy
TWO Itesidenccs on Third Street east, very
convenient for ruilway men, ��l,t-(W t-iich,
cany tei ins.
ON'-'  Ite-idinee on  J'"ir��t .Street cast, cash required .*.ViO, siihjeet to JiiurlKage.
Apply io ..
Tenders addressed Io tho iiiidor-iKiicd will lie
received up to Oetolier lltli. 1!KW. for the pur-
cliase nf the mining plant, mine and camp sup-
plies, iiielndinir 'VI per cent dynamite Jcssops'
steel drill, black-smith outfit. fuse, canned provisions, assay appliances and mipplies. coolf
stove, etc. Uclivcry to be ��� tnlrcn at tlie
Certainty and Porphyry mi 1 Iron Hill Jlinos.
Schedules and particulars may be obtained
on application to
Mining Engineer.
���- Uovelstok-c,
Home (jpown Vegetables
Also first finality of well cured
Don't fuil to give mo a chance to fill your order.
I can supply you with farm produce of better
finality at lower prices than you can procure
from niij-oric elic.
S. I). d'OWU-:,
gij-i-'-''1- WW ,��>*'1i!7*,ul''.'J|l���i>'Mi.ra"mnm-��5H"Ti.���-i|-^hwt���pr"s--ji*i .JJJ","-~!R"i-,|l"fiJ.J,,.,<"J*,y. i{',; ili?JiUSUifsinruf ���'n-vhr-Tiac


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