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'^^w*. ;r^'''"  j- ���������"* * *���������     > J>  ���������������   ������n tfV-V" ���������  j.j. ���������������������������������, -^-������i  I '"V "y*vu .-rifj  3 IT"  Another "Great Lumbsrmq Entst-  t      ,i ������. ���������?- ,   r     J     j1*-,  /*' /it"       w    ^^.^.^-. t........  ^ lhcJArro\v likes^aic. destined to  become the scene of {,ieat lumbei  ing ind industrial cnteipr^es*   Al  reidj rfi\e> mills  ire  erecicd oi in  couise of election on Uppei Aiio\*t  laket and ^tAr owhead   is  likely  to  de-elop^into    I'gieat   -ndu������-tml ������.  Cr ITohnstonVaVe n^f.o.n'th'e Sm  ccntie    (. r  i       ^     -- ������    -ie.        piiscjL.ioiinSitiiicl'i- b ingiiigsplendi  ivOjioOt the most o^tensne lumber ...   ^ ���������,        .  ing cnteiprises piojccted it'Ano-\  hexd lbf'the Big Bend lumber Com  'I 'I I  WnHci Ludgatc  ib designei of the     "Chirorci Consorvnti-o  i      t i^hi , .,,' Majonli for Chili  pi infc and -m11  hue  charge of the  mill" J^Indgate   --ho is  one of  the most exrjorienccd of lumbcimcn  will ha^c chaige of logging opei  ation1-   Me������sr& * J udgate are a great  acquisition to  the district���������enter  prising and  populai���������and^i\e wish  them, and theyimcstors usociated  with them., alltsuccess in their great  enterpn^e        ,i������,       &     r  1j7  i I  j  3J  THEiMINES:  t.    '  Y^rr h :(,  1 ������p-ti\taylor *r>rook^iroiCLNZLGIvvt] Hrvdlstoke ' , i-y-  - a^e8saapa^stteSBa^zi=^agaeaBijfe-.iMW^ii^ga  E������umnp-.MjEa������������������agni!Pww<T^v.w^Hl  ptinj Limited piomoted b\^ ^"heo  doie Ludgate, ana b icked b- strong  casteiu -* an'd coast ���������*' apit il^^ 1 ho  com pin*, is incoipoiatcci with" a  capital,of $500 000 and^is^puttin0  ina������moclern u'ind saw mill, the plant  costing^rom %12j OOO^tc? V150 000  of''the most impio\ed and^ipHo  jdatcchalactei * A laige amount"of  timbei has been t-ccui"d aifd i lo���������  ging'eamp of 20 menFhas'been put  lrTjat^McKi} Bio*' ianch abo\e  Beaton to stait with It is c pec tod  the mill will'be running in thiu.  ra'onths   ^p *^X' m y   ^- .   '  &impl6sof coppeitniid j,llena oies  '  On liiB Cieel fgiilch  behu d  Galena  Bij  II e Aiquctte- lias I'lcd^e'show  nig gil6nx oic     lie pioposes   to mn  Wt"** "; *  i ���������uiincKof id to 40 ft     ^  On the JSeKon^gioup on Tibii cieek  owned b\ OrMenhinicl    dcrelopment  woil    slioi s, * vr ]eid 7 ft   wide    ind  pio\cd   up  foi !o\ci   4.00 ft   by  open  cuts j Ticc sjold cm be j,ot any whcie  IV uuohinj, ind pinning \       t  fa f-  i-   O^ McDowell   foimeilv of Cimboinc  is  pheei   mining^it loplni ^ with   I  Duficsncy ind   JJHDe-' u     Ihey   aie'  sinl  ng a sh ift incl^-.etting good.pios  pects     flfi  ^IcDowIjII  consideis  Tish,  cieel  is.! i moie  pioims ni,   a nip  all  lound.thin Pool u   . *t <'t rJ  ij f   ln  ^    I I  JLhe new sleigh loid to the Beitrice  has been completed foi I \o miles^fiom  0"lmbornoJ?-,on^'aJ'n y e\cellcnt ^"i ule^  About fi\e miles moic h s to be do-'e  to open eoimmiiiieition bj <;this*ionte  between GimboineJ' wd the J3eatnce  mine and is soon' i the load is com  pieced shipment of oio will lei,in  ^ Ooij \[etihinieh.''l is the leputition  of beinj, the luckiest;mining mcstoi  on Tish cieek Afiothei-isiupnse was  ii stoie loi li ml the othei daj when  heMearned tli it a mud slide had cone  down on the Canada and Stiathcona  group o \ ned^byfthim * ifnd exposed a  big lead showing fiee gold *  C ^Lalsen "' f ^McIeocU and* R'* J  Wnneu blue made a promising stuke  on Bo}d*ciee]^1rhc leidj|.is\l4 ft  widoJ uult-assiys^gne 271 o/s sihei  1>10 80 -,old coppcij iy,,pei cent A llie  locition is fi\e mile" fiom Tish crc*ek  The claimsvin the|gionp aie Moniboi  Memmac   ind Al ibnm i    C     ��������� -A  ���������iH.    ���������"  ' '���������1RC0  1 II  lb 7  U I  1*1%  li.  HI  fl" I  rw  "GO  (��������� /  in  ilOl  100  i  1101  lib  Sloe in.  J   D-ivi laon   1 bowU  Hi ler oo sorvut \e  M nor tj foi D vi Ho 1  lulo��������� j (j  Ifo dor&on liborul  JleH u   mor   coi sor    I vo  { M j >r tj for II udorso  &  i- , .  P-iir 1 ber 1 J  _, / W r tl t  co sor    t   u  M :on(j for AV ifcl t  Aiclo    i���������  (       oro    hbor 1 A  1 T3rur^  I bo   1  McNi e    111 pr 1  ?    Hall 1 bornl  Kin   r 1 con or\ it \o      '"  McPhilhra  coiscr\  livo  Ilolmcl o i  to borv t \l  II    lor  co    or \livo  W   ttors ioci 1 st        ���������*  f Moisrj   C uoro     Drury   AIcNivoi   ind If ill  \uicoi   jr-^ilf -��������� "���������      ,     \  tf v Till ^   coisor    t vo        *  I      Ion co !>or\  live       "  Wilbo i coi on   l^o  ���������f  11     scr co isorv t \o  I       M  CROW 1       CO   iO   V   t VO  M rl       1 loril  r ]lrj lo o 1 elf 1 I or 1  , II xtc    iibcril  ! Tlort    or  soo   1 st  lWill u s   1 bor  sler j -si b  Tun lull  hlonl    *  McLaic     1 boi  \ k   * j I  at j  Now that the* Elections'ace over, a nura- ."  ~ ^ber; of people will take rto the. ;woods For *,-,  ,  those that'do we'Jiave plenty of4 Hand,, -y  Buck,.one-man ani]Crosseut Saws in dif-^ 1]  '" ferent sizes, and fogging 'Chains^ Peevies >  |r Cant tHooks,^Pike IJoles, Froe's*Axes!of ^  all kinds; Handles,/etc4 ^ '^ ^x  '-     ' " . \   r        r} *A   <      ->   "      V  tU.  M  *���������y   Window Glassy Rifles/ Ammunition.  * *���������& m  Sltbl nt,    joe   1 st  Moi cl   hbor 1  e drill ths boc   1 st     "  '1111 it,  IMS*  Ji    w  i-o->  1U1  1101       '  I  I )0*       ii  000    ,  sirJiV  ���������   fi ^rivo oo iorv itivoi olocto Vfi-Trf  &       ix. i  ������*       r  cm   i,  'i?njL<oi i uiurs   v -J-1*  ihc following is the pic-ent stitcjDf  p i ties in the eleetions  2*1  ."*>  ^ t f|-^ Pig Kern;Brand,, B. C; Union Ms Jvepalls, Siiirts^etG.^^  Sr^f f T'/"'.." adys^Suits^Boois, Hats and Caps !" ^    % |  ������r-?/i  t -^Z ^,o X������i   ' V r-J  ������" Jc?���������  ^i> f ,*  1  ' "<^'t'   ,-?������V, i <-REVELSTOKE STATION,"B   C.v '  ^        7*i-   ,-?**������/, "VKtVtLSUKb blAIIUIN,  ts   U������v * p^  rt ^   ,5rt  Result ofatneX ^i/oima ^Throughout  .1 4.' i      _i   Ji'-i       (-   tds i   -"*-������-.  O      >      *"* ������*     ~*~--"t        '-w-'  Conservati/es Have ?2\Seatsi-*Lib-  -* kf  .^rerals 17, Socialists 2, Labor /">-���������  -��������� i**-  3' ������������������  3   Older ��������� Tr*--1, ���������-  r������������vf  J<  t  )ep  ...     ~  5i  i t f  LIMITCD,  ���������tw^  JM      *- ^^- ������rf.V. I  '. ������     It is impossible to place a cash value on "style- that 1  'conlbined"'r\ ith oichnaivfmaterials will always  take." the"!  tys  1 Mead andjactuall) ^constitute Fashion^ V"^'  i        We can give you that style in "bur Diessmaking Dc  tpaitinent   > Oui i.modiste ^lsf���������at{ -\otir command and will  make.rit^plcaaant tor \ ou       ^ t) *,   <-  'Theopenmo of the dancing and-*eiucitainmcnt ccason  is at he nd and t^c      in 1 bcia  lush  foi   costumes     \Vc  na\e the facilities ioi tuinmo- them out quickly     Wc ate  s^o,\vino-jfoi   evening weai   new  embioideied   Chiffons  -^Grrenadiiie^. Voiles, .Cicpe^de Chcnes, AlbatToss etc     '  t^ %^ oVw-iYcry ^Jtadys tOelcome.  I  t tf������^������   ������   I^iIIiner3r--Dopartmeiit.  *H(fi\)    Hx,ic|we tire daily m icceipt ol something new and |  ^  aie conFdent theie was   ncvei  ���������iymoici   compieheiisne P  in1-;.  ( >  Cowicli-in-  j ^ Twins liber il *  i.  SI mnor, conscrvativo  M ijont\ lor E\ ins  (ranbroolt^-rt        /���������'   ���������?    "  ���������    KniK  liboril  ^    C non conspi vuli\c      --  30  , KjI  liS  r     102        1  '12-i  ,  -������>������������������ *,0  I  '/  showing of the newest thmss in^this maiket  0������r Miliirer Will 'Ofetcome you.  *   s       ii  J*  (    M >  <il    'Sp'ecial for Monday.  |   YOU I I [*S BOOTS  sizes 2 to 5  tegular price %2  Monday, $135  BOYS  SHOLS, si/ics 11 to 2, regulai price $2  a " ' v Monday, $1.40  Lyfl/LD'S  SHOES, sues $110 isij legul ir puce Si 3S  'rsii' *'    '" Monday 90c  S  LIMITED  3i Millinery; and Dressmaking Parlors Second Floor |  ha" been erected"on thcj-jpit^ofjand  liuiiiing into the lake it'the mouth  pf theOolumbia-'inei and is a first  cl issysite^ 101 - economic lumbering,  1 he" site  his   been   duven full of  piling tof^cxn   stl/   l^uilding-j and  pi int s. The s cam pi mt consis's of  sr^boileis^of^ 100 h p eich^mide  by the  Wateious Co   and v. roomys  provided for ^adding  three moie is  lequiied   ���������.lhe������e5boilers are now in  place,* substantiaIh   built in buck  ihe engine basement is particulailj  btiong, 75^piles ln\ing been dmen  as'deoph  is possible ? ^lhese piles  ha\e aibieaking ������;ftaui ^of   SO 0U0  lbs each l On tins 1 huge coueiete  pier-124;aft    lnnh   on-^hich" the  e'ugines will be =ct^ h is  been/built  SIoti\ cj)o*\ ei consists 0 ���������*<<? pair of  engines,'with* o\hndeis, 24x30 ml  i,the largest1 engnes niithis counti-,  As', vx������\nec uition   igambt^fucuHhe  boileifhJbue-eic- "se-. nated 60 fP^iVm"  they-^enoine room ?f>&-������ "-epai ite  engineySull^ be^u ed^to  dme'tlie  pl^inci'. ^ j^rjne, fl\j-heel jDL*the big  engirics'vrill cmj a belt 4 ft wide  A 'small eng/nev will dine' the  electucj.plmt "     ��������� ������.  -?���������  1 Ihe m nn biuldina is two stoie--!?,  140x70'ft "and ial built ������o io to  liiie'the plant abo\.e the highest  uccorcUof water 'jThe pl.iher buikl-  m^will Lo sep'.udied 150"~ft fioni,  the in un mill building, and^the  dning kilns will be -.epuatod a  &11111111 di'-t inee An eleetne light  lil mt will be- put in,,ind the eom-  pan^ ^iiropose^o^fuinish' light to  the hotels =toies and" Tesidenceb 111  the town \������A watei supply is*being  put in f roil the creelc,e 1st of Aiiow-  head, and the' company^ will ������al������o  supplj A\itei to any, buildings m  the town 1 equaling it^^illns watei  faupply will be putin'm conjunction  with the Anow head Lumbei Co ^'  J Ihe bindTnilJ, wjth fittings attached, weighs 40,000 lbsx, and is a  massive piece  of  machinery "'Tlie _. 7," * "ir������orit> rotiunK*���������  1       i      11        *��������� ���������   j j 1        1       ' i       >-      Doll I��������� ������������    J ���������     t ������  wheel which caines  the  bind saw       oinor hbeni    '    ^      ���������>   ������������������     Kij���������������������  alone vroigfas 'lO.OOO^lbs ) The band *   ^"Sf^S'^ffivor '    "'J" *!*>  mill  is  the   laige^t^made  in the  States l^^lbe ^Allt*: GJialmei'- Com  pa.113* of Chicago, i.ind  is  60 ft in  length     ine mggei is the mo^t up-  to date 111 ichine  of ns kind   "Tnc  power to opeiale the log earuage is  <-i ppheel bj twin engine-   Attached  to the log elinage is a'teUwo-k- b~\  which 1 lneic'tuin of tlie" handle b\*  111" *si\'ei   1 feg'ilitc=. ^io  a   meet}  the si/c ot the cut~   JL'he,.cclgei ib 1  big piec  ot  machineiy  '^A   filing  machine is prowcled   to^be \lri\cn  b)  1 sepaiate engine    340,000 Ib'-  moie rnachinqn'are en lotne    ^  A^pertecu* sjstem of hie1 pio-  tection - ill be afroided b^ a Woilh-  nmton hie punip with c\hndei  12\SAx10 in capible of llnowinga  4A inch sliejm  Tiling aid fencing h is been  pi iced aound the mill site lo  protect it 110m encroachment by  the n\ei, but this piec.iution is il-  reidj ha\ing the effect or impioving  the mill site b> causing the^de-  pos'ition of s'llt in high water  A spin his been lun on piling to  connect ill parts of the null daect  with the main C  P It tuck  Hip mill will be inn all the >eai  lounrl, ind will ha*e .111 output of  25,000,000 ft a yen ^  Thccompiny have had a steam  launch built at Nakusp and it is  Iving it the mill awaiting the  urnal of the engine and boi'or  ihe conipan*, also intend placing  on the like i- fust-class steam  launch 110 it long,fitted with twin  engines and twin "-eiev, giving lots  ot po\ci ind allowing for light  dint  Nine tennis of draft hoises have  bet n imported from Ont ino and a  finer lot is not to be found in the  province  Ihe ofiucis of the company aie  Me sib    Ihcodoie  Ludgate,   president, IT  Kirk,  sccrctar}-trcaeuipr  VU \o nl  Co   ox        > Gr   it  Do 1 1  oj "i[cJ3ri lc  1   1         lit' *��������� lo lej  To     o Roos  Qn   11   rl> "lrso  lv n looi ������ Tult  K s.lo          ���������* &reo  L llooct         "fuclon 11  \ol on Ho st   1  W 0 111   stoi G llor 1  Ole mpra 1 -*! II so  Kpvo atol 0 "T jlor  1? ol mon 1 Cotto  S mil    noon SI   ttorl  SI 00 n Chllord  "1 anoo ^ or ( ) T itlo\  ���������\\ilso  1.    1 * G rlon  ���������*.     if Bo    or  M  CfTO      1  W r slit  1 n r  ���������* Totnl  X<  "*   I unit r       K  llbcrui McTi os  Co^v ol a 1 vai s  C 1   ibi     * Wells  Cl ill m icl M     ro  Cl   ibrook -*   K nir  C r lcof) Muril 5  Jo   Co  Doltn Oliver  Groo \\ ood Bio v 1  Isln   ls<~t      Pi torsor-  Rossi u d     M c loi   11  & ii ich     *      T 1   cn  ^lotoll   (lp Camoro  f I-r r>  ,     1 McNi e  1 Hall  Ttilo Ilondcrao  Total 1    ,  socririan    tV*  \c\ cisllo   1 Willi ms  N-in linoH-i vtl ornl o  Totil   '  Davidson s     r s  ���������        *   -^  .*  um    *  r    r "* V J*-  ^���������ii^t    *      J  pr"5 ^"WVare- unloading a car "of Heating  J*       ^  W1 ���������*  'f  1   F  * and Cook Stoves   * Have a look m out.t - a  Hardware"stoi-ejbefore'you'buy."5  v"* %   Headquarters;foi^Groceries^^^^  Wl'^ lzl>r~  of Guaranteed Quality^A\i$F%-������J  &p    yii^M^W  El  -Iv|  1  i  r 7-1  i r  SI  f r  I      c  1I_*<^$*%*#&****% - ^  i / &v*  It-*.  f.  ^1     j. jli ILOK���������Slocan  '*     '   ������       r    HP* ELSrOKl"'   1   ���������   "*' i. ^ *  II e following aie the Rguics nt the  ofliciul lecounfc rhui������d\\  1.-*. j  ib i m  Hilo 0  IUcc 11 %\ ict  fin      lliam  Wit   ft' i  ( amo 1  Glnc ci  Bo to  ( la\loi   TE.oll 0 f BcT nctt  i- r>^ a  1 J  1 ������V*  '  "0  1   >  11  Vdims Ranch r,"T 10 J   j,������1/-   , ���������+��������� < 1  ���������IcCillo fel ( reek-*    ^iJh 1 >������+.l ^   "f ���������.0  U   ills ^     $ *-V������gJ.V's v h  Hj all-s (a tit ������   iMf'Xtjfi  (I  ltoekj lot ������i vs   \f a         s J-   3  S nt[Crc0  ^ i      u tV   4   >* ���������*|Vv',' 0  Rc^elbtolc      *" ^       |"I8o   ?   ft J  fef *-10S  Uionload       a +      1CS-C   .Jlv.,.*       ]r>  Goldflclds ^  tfS^N'  1  ������/-5<������-3  St Leo  AlbeitCui-on  Do vr o ~* tm  Cambor o  ,     lotl-*-*'  ^f-5'8  0*,.i,(i 0  1 , ' ,     0  PI iral t> loi 1 i*lorr20      4  /  *v 10 ��������� ?* 13    -  a   31"     "*t dlC j^f  111  1&  g  u  -.-*���������^i  **k.        ^>  ^   ** /* % ��������������������������������������������� ^v  "jOiTr������Pall^ Millinery Opening?  ', V*  V  -Vi-^  'IP -  l������ia(e|  * <* jjS^V *'**''���������'  ���������������!  l  i  el  |  *YP  i, ^- * ������J     ^ ^s \*rt,i j? -���������?���������. ** ^,k^. -  ������  ^  ^  %&r  \ >  %  . ^Miss^Riddell has>spu.rgri^ neither*' eWense, or'painsg-  We aiefalso showing fine lmesApf ladies Cents, Cos-%  tumes  Blouses etc   "-   ~ 'w ^      ^  v ^ ^V ^^ "  i    T .Come and secrtnis-^season s*.new~.crealions in  thesew  'goods ^ *     ^ i* u^ ... it     ^ ^ "^ A   * vv:'  '^r   l3ouitie  letuineil1 to^RAclfatbl e  *"*-Atuipli>  libci il  fj    Roger, coupon nti\o v 13114H,i      v������������������,i ,,  \.dinv, con'-crvatnc 210 Olinil 13  11 ^ .'I-ijOritv i������r Joncs.7, iMmii'ij > 9  Clullrw tick���������       I-     f      ..   -> "-  Jlimroe  libor il    "���������  "Atliu'.on Con'.oivitnc lW  Ulajontj forMuuioo  Columlni���������        J f 2-.       \  j.W C Wells liboiil iccl un ition   '  Como\- h      -      .^    j ^  Ormt coSsenW -. heio fou.ulij   until 5^, tij) li a ing  on  \   Mirjont\ foi Ormt  Skuiil - in now   in iking the loimds  ot j. '-  of tl c (li c kY n enop*     i   -","���������    .        ������  18    "��������� W echiL^iLy \- is^the hibfc lino el ij '\i  lino h id heie foi a lout- time .V"  *. ������     i       ffi: /      i- ������  '������ The stcninei Koisl ind did not an no  bovrd t he,C much m Jlaunf.ietiucis  s >     v        ���������'' * ^    ���������*   i  ''.  ^Jfiss/ Cdn i .(SuLhciltiiid fund, Miss  icmellc, Gr Pit ton, .ue lulled foi S  Mci  it-  ' *   203 7  >  ���������S38  ������    "--20*1  20  d  ^  380  't  18  17')"'  31*5  83  ,   i  170  s  v.  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'   *  Muriay  liboril * 202  ^   Hi) dm   oonsoivitivo 207  Williiinis socialist 289  Plunilltj for'Williami  Now W'csLuiiiistor���������  J'oaij "liberal  Gillord   consoivativi  < Majontj for Gillord  OkaniiKan���������  Sloilnif,, hbnial  Jjliison, consorv duo  M ijfiiitj for 1 Ilison  RoMilitol 0���������  hollio hbei il  In lor consorv 1I110      '  JJlihhII socialist  Plurnlilj for Pa\lor  Ricliiiiond ���������  liroMii JiboLiil  ( ot ton consorv itivo  .Majont) foi Cotton  llossliind���������  Ilucdonnld, llboial  Goodovo eonscrviilivc  Jfijonlj for Macdonnid  Sunlcli 1        ,  laiinor, liboril  Lboi ts. cOnsorviitivo  Majority for J finncr  C*.7  8Tj1  112  1)2  2Si  JJ3  1)7  ���������13  211  210  Similknmiiou-  '     "let imu, 11 bom 1  Slnilfoid const rvatlvo  Majontj lor bbalford  h\ cciia���������  Koriiinii.iilii ral  82  i  187  182  17  113  ���������'02  11  nidi-    evening   in   thc/Piesbj ten fn  ciniifh,, ^  ^^u,rf   ' **y  "The dicdgc^ w is up atyAiiowhead  pulling "i <i{*s, but''letuined on'Mon1'  (Uy night to  stait  woikv,i.t  the NYu  ioms'-'1^-' 4* y^ <���������>' .ii-i- {���������'*kv  ���������*������������������ ,   ������������������ ���������;���������r*"������������������ '    v-  f"''   ,J iPubl/c, Warning. u  '  The pnbhshcis of Tlic'' Fumily^ IIci  ild .incr,Weekly ,St.uV.oi ~ Montieil,1  -\ nil the "-public   legiuiling   lilt oflei  nude  bj ceitnin p'ipeis, niYi Inch nn  olhcr'Montie il pipe),' i\itii_      'some  whatsimil 1*   i.iune to   'iirp ,j  Tnil*.  Hei del, is ollaial in 1 clubhiiij,'   eo i}  bin iliou     Ifis icpoi terl To   the   pub1  hsluis tint lii'soiucj   c lies . the ( ofFei  bus been iicrcptcd iindei the   impious  ion it wis The, Pumi l\    Jli'i'ild      ind  Weekly   St 11   lb it vioiilil be, ion nod  J hep ipei 111 -|iutit 1011 It i-i'no'n  iiiCIion  whiiti'voi   Willi   'llu    P'i nli    J T11 11 tl  indWeckl,  si 1 r  li |S i'J In.     "'iimil  II01 ild    lint'    Wockli    st'i    tint   is  ollenng the J111 nil-oil e pk ininn   pic|  iiies nnd I ngt uiloiind   i<ii|i   of   tbo  Dominion   n���������>   picniiiinis     rl be   Moid  "li'iunily" "should be used whe  iddics  sing tlnit pnpei     This ciution should  luno tho cfteet  of   putting "people on  then guild '  ']t;<-  iAs-ents for Ladies,Empress Sfioss ancfTButteuck's Patterns    J **r i  " ^  V  /w  -   ^r!*ffi ,J  ������V.>*- ���������.' ^Y>-s* "'*.-"  i.-^T'  *t. --.^.- . ������j7y.,r.:y*  . ,    /j    ^  t   \ *"  J?  -}  ^ * w  ���������l St I  Y *j(i-    I  -   <\V  t S-   .L' u  ���������1       ' V  I. &��������� SMITH" &"-'C0.;agefls,. Eevelstoke,YB,'C.'^;��������� ���������.-.  201  ,208  (>.  1\[ Hjiittmidc a lccoid tup fiom  Uigmouth in ruing with the billot bo\  Morula} though Ins booth was the  furthest nw.ij  At Cunborno dipt ll.ivey was  witined befoie the poll th it 11 billot  would he icfused him, showi 'g a eon-  spnaey to dcpuie a eiti/cn of his vote  The soci ihbts uc hupp} Thou two  candidites, Alessis Hawtlioiiitliwaite  mil Wilhamu, hold the balance of  powci between the hbei il and con-  faonative paities      '  The socialists tned to speak at the  consonatnc Lilly at Vancouvoi on  Fnday but weio not allowed A con-|  sen itno c indldntc kicked a socialist  candidate, md It P Pettipiccc, of the  Western Claiion, wis mailed about  by the "mob" of what Toe Mai tin  would call "white slmted hoboes "  L'be meeting icfused the sooiihsts 11  homing  <*������  i .RUBBERS;-:RAIN:-COATSiAND������"|: :.]  E      Zt ���������   UMBRtLLAo.   ^     i  ������^(l Still it lains 0.1 rind our stock of Rain Coats, Uin- "-'jM  ^    brellcis and   Rubbers aie-selling veiy  fast    AVbo    j^|  would tiavel 111  the rain   without aiiHimbrella when  ..fgj  we can sell you one at 75c. "  MITS AND QL'OVBS.' ,  Q    Our prices are away down -and  we have,the best  gQj   assoitment in town  W We have just leceivecl anothei consignment of1  fc&a    Fall Overcoats, the latest stvlc ���������    ,  pj \Ve have the latest styles of'stiff and soft Hats  y^    in town���������just aimed fiom New York  O Our Giocer>   trade is humming     When you  aie m need of anything in this line don't fpigct our   ^  prices aie away down.  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The Kootenay Mail,  ,fY- '"  cieek are under in shaving their  lands flooded during rhigh water  There is a large area -of first-class  agncultmal land near the mouths  ot the Columbia river and, Fish  Cieek and it would be of hgreat  value to the producing interest of  the district if these linds could be  utilised, instead of having Ho he  waste as at piesent > If'the channel could be widened without deepening, 'naMgation would not be  interfeied with in low water ��������� One  lcsult of the proposed work would  be the springing up of a large and  pro������perous agricultural settlement  at Ariowhead , '    ^   ( i  Phone No. 13 c' v    Re\ elstoke. B t  Il '',  ���������S,  ���������<r i  ������������������'.  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SOLICITOKS, NOTARILS  -.i**    ��������� C-    4 -  Pdblio, Etc v  FirotStteet ";  X Revoistokc, B'O  ���������   5 III'. ^i *"������������������������ I"   II OU   VJ LI VI  V ���������.���������.  i  if k,y    '^       ^   -< *������"   -         ||  i^tAjt       2\\    ^, - Mining" Engineer,    r c  x  H1   ������**&.���������*���������  ' A*- . . < .������t .    A^or.. an-'lnstitute Mininc EiiKineei-.  (Men.y  Amencan''lnstitute Mining Engineei-.)  '^    ,  (Mem Canadian Mining Institute)  ���������*>- ������, ������     D     /^  I|i4> *3      -vi'"V-ir  S  "ST      *   %        --   "-11".    ���������f.r>������-���������   <,    ---   REVELSrOKE, B   U      ,   r r  \%&^~%&^ /^'Ex?annnat.o<of and^-reports on Mmc.al I'ro  f ������ it >.*���������   ^^iT f -v������ .le'  >   r^    I*,   v. ,. '--jperticd a Spccialtj     *     J * -  \t% i, * f y  ife.-^ st"* ������������������ ��������� ',���������  ,'t' '>���������  H.'J      Yw%   frs  :-rr    PERRY T.EAKE.        __���������   r '  _ Metalluigist  Y^     * l       SPJ-GIU.-lU-S ^t   ">     <     f,  |r^r������.,^      ,- ������     ,    ,,���������-.,   Examinations  ond Report*, on iMimnic   Ti^op  li i,"*;- ���������>��������� v������ n ^Y^*\        Y" ������Specification and Construction of Mining Ma  |{i >^ /-'lis Ij'.i f     'Vx ^   chmerj ", _ .    .      ,    ���������, ,���������,  |i*,>i<Wi    Htf     .       ,   , <     "Tests mide of Ores andConcentiation foi CWoi,  I;     *.<'   .7t-������    .    ^>A       ������,  (.ineand Cjanlile irentment , t - >   '  Hydraulic PlanU ,     vrr   ,  '    1 *- Bedford McNeil Code  >^tJ������  ^$50,000.  We"arp prepnied to pi ice inv &uin  ������rom'S300j."P"sart1' ������" Iel1 ,*st>iLil in  this city. ~ i   '-j." -  If you .ire paying  rent oi   contf mp  late building it will p.i> you to c ill < n  us    Our"plan of r?p lyment is one tb.it  - will interest you  "We have*a client te.idy t<i pinch i-e  a 5*2,500 te������-idfiici' Must lieloc.iLid  neai the center of the cit>  < Lewis bros.  Financial, Real Estate, Insurance Agents  REVELYSTOKE,  B   0  Zbe Ifcootena^ flftail  feATbRDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1903  The city of Victoria furnished  the surprise of the elections when  the old tory town to its credit made  a clean sweep of "the old gang"  No longer can Victoria be represented as a city of mosfabacks The  capital has awakened to the c\ils  of Dunsmuinsm, and has inhered  in the dawn of a new day  Now that the election is over we  hope an) unpleisantncs that maj  have heen engendered on -iny side  will be forgnen and forgotten  Each side fought bra\elv for -victor)  ind while up opposed Mr Taj lor  we muM congratulate him on his  \ictor) Now that he is member  all should assist him in doing his  duty i*. iepre������entahveof Re-elstoke  riding as thoroughl)   is possible  PROVIDING    AGAjNST   HIGH  * WATER  'J he government '���������houM T-cntain  whether something cannot be done  to lower the Airow like1- in high  water Itm.iy be that b) widening  the outlet at the N.uiows the surplus water could get away ho as to  avoid the piesent clifbeulty the  farmerfa  at   Arrowhead   and  Fish  'AMEND THE LAW      ���������  llie Revelstoke election1 is another strong argument for amending the system of balloting Under  the present &)stem a candidate may  be elected'who represents a decided  minority It has long been argued  by students of economics that there  should' bo'an alternative* ballot  wheio the fight is between more  than two men,~sb that ,in the event  of the man for whom the fiist vote  is east being defeated the^elector's  vote will not be lost, but >vvill go to  thcjhcxt choiee * This plan would  cneuie lepiesentation of the ma-  jonty, which is the constitutional  principle, but is violated by-"our  electoral laws At system 'on ,the  lines we suggest is iin.operatiorMn  several states" and is'found to(work  splendidly i* <   I?        ' ,  ��������� LICENSING  ^ The 'licensing ^question came up  only once in the> electionsfand that  was on a question bv - the Lord's  Day Alliance Air "Kelhe said the  present^ law was sufficient nf enforced Mr Taylor]Yfavored% absolute prohibition of therhquor traffic  Mi Bennett wanted to make  whiskey a&\cheap as water* The  last proposition was no doubt intended as a joke The licensing  question is one deserving of serious  consideration, and'-oui opinion is  the best way to deal with it is to  give a full measure of local option,  by which the people'should vote  once'a )eai on xthe questions as to  whether licenses should be increased  oi reduced, 01 whether any licenses  should be grinted at all Imlhis  w,i) the-liquor, question, would be  plriecd^'dccidedlv. in the hands of  tlfe people themselves, and" badly  conducted rhouses Jcpukl be closed  at the'ballot-box ~ ���������-   -���������  THE LUMBERING  INDUSTRY  i. -* ���������* " I*-1  ^'Lumbering stands  today among  the Jeadingindustries of Bntish Columbia y Important as the mdustiy  is, we are infoimcd it ^could be developed to 'ten times ,greater pro>  poitions b) the {imposition^ of a^  dutv of a dollar a1 thousand feet on  rough lumber As mattcrs^ue this  el iss of lumbei comes into Can ida  fiom the States free of duty, while  a dutv of {f.2 a thousind is chaijjed  on the 'ami diss of lumber going  tioui, Canadi to the Stales - The  result ib tint 25,000 000 feet .a  month of tins lumbei comc^ into  0-nada while C.n.ida ib debnred  bv the tariff fiom shippine this  biriie lumher to the State.-, md a  !' odiicb 'liat co.ibl otbinviti be  iimie valuible, .ind be u ili'-id lo i  t i--.e oMeiii, !��������������� novi vva^it. We  ���������-uggest to the liberal representatives  and ibsociations in,, this province  that they urge Jhis matter on the  dominion government with a view  to amending the ^ tariff' ni this  dnection One important ieature  of the proposed' change in tariff  would be to incieaee the laboi pa)-  roll or the lumbei industry bj  $500,000 a )cu at least lb not  this a beneficial result worth striding for? v if  CARIBOO  Canboo is the great placer gold  field of Britibh Columbia, and  from Cariboo has come the call  for ciown granting of h-draulic  and deep sinking ground to en-  couiage the in*.ps'ment of capital  and development of the country  Under tho enterprise of I B Ilob-  =on, in inager ror the Ciriboo Con-  bolnl it'd, on' of the lugc-t mining enterprises in the world has  been inaugurited there-, but notwithstanding the enormous expenditure in bringing water on to  the giound,thesupply is notneirly  fetillteient to cover a season of light  snowfall Foi that reason the  compiny was only able to wash  a --liort time and the clean-up was  onl) about f30,000 as compared  with $350,000 which the ground  was expected to leali/e had there  been a full season's work  ^w it is well known that in all  branches 0i industry security of  title is essential, and the men interested in these large enterprises  in Cariboo and Atlin consider the  only way to enable them to get the  nee'essniy eipital to develop tho  countr) is by having a title in the  shape of crown grants They say  "You give crown grants for mineral  el.uiiH AV h) not c<tenel to placer  mining the simr title i.id senility  you extend lo lode mining?" The  argument is irrcmstible  The principal reason advanced  igiiiist crown granting is that it  may lesult int)ingnp Ihc country without operating it, but the  men who ask for Ihesc crown  grants pay they are willing to  accept erown grants under any  terms which will prevent the  system operating in that way     W  M Brewer M ,E,jwho is one of  our most piactical and reliable  mining men, and who has been  on a visit to Cariboo this season says  "unless the c;uestion of title to*,hy-  draulic leases is satisfactorily  fettled and absolute title is gauran:  teed after fulfilment of reasonable  conditions the entire northern portion of British Columbia will be  depopulated within a short time as  far as nnningindnstry is concerned ','  He adds "The, idea ,tint ciown  grants^would tic up pioperties  to the eletrimonU of the country  at large is an argument against  them But what are the��������� piesent1  conditions in the sections 1 have  visited? They are that ��������� a long list  of cancelled leases isJ,.jjbsted up  at the mining lecorder's office, and  in the neigboihood ol two hunderd  leases are leally subject to Cancellation-tod iy because the requirements of the statute have not been  complied with, -and-, the ground  isP]U'>'' is tightly tied up as it could  possibly beunder anyciovvn giant "  ��������� Mr Bicvver states he saw.camps  which, less than two vears ago, h id  between 300 'and 500 r men now  diminished to six to eight men    <.  This is a'senoiis state 'of things,  and proves that"_ under the present  systcm^of title comhtions^couluSnot  be worse ^ If. the ibsuey of ������cibwn  grants will 'inteiest * capital -and  enterprise in'Canboo, we say^ by all  means-let'such1 _, a title be given,  provided ���������it'* is* done/sunder conditions which AviU^ prevent1'- the  country beingttied up. This matter  should"'have special consideration  at'next'session of the legitlature  The prosperity'of'Cariboo is;6i importance to the1 whole province, and  eveiy * means should ,be^ taken ^to  brine it about, even toiputting in a  water supply byfthe/-govemnient",if  that be necessary. '������������������>������������������'' '-V tf ���������.,.  <iAJ   ��������� ,      *  '   * WHY PAM A LIBERAL.  >  , ^o 11.  (Continued 1  t * ���������*  * rilh  PART"k   DErp.DLD ' "* ,  It was to defend the hbeial paity  in its demand for'civil hbeitv,vn-  lespective 'of the'-influencelof^thc  chinch,"rthat Launerf" made ~his  great'speech on J^une^Gth^lS?? before one off the 'most ,,'ciowded  audiences���������ever seen "in the.told city  of ^Quebec The,, act-was a^eotu-  ageoiis o'nc, as the Ultramontane  movement was at its' height" He  bad lo face the growing front^of,the  authontiesvof his church Realising  the^magnitude ofv hi&Hisk and the  gieat povvei"against him'-OieSwas  deathlyrpale >hen hev,,entered<.on  his task,-but as his audience caught  the spirit of his mission cheer after  cheer arose, and thVaddress formed^  one* o'f^thc most; iFigral triumohs  evei achieved *,by^ a ^Canadian  orator- J--He pointed out while  French-Canadian-- diad not irore  rights ,than.other sections ���������of the  communitv (hev had as minv  rights nnd" privileges, and if thev  could not'exercise thei1- politic il  jneferctieeb thev would be oblige 1  to abstain eompletel) from^ t lUins*  uiv mnnigement in state iflnr-  and the constitution which had  been, *rt a riled Jor their protection  would lie to them a dexd let'f  ���������. giiviND ---tYvn'ii  Launer pointed with pride iy the  reibrms achieved and the abu-rB  corrected by the liberal puLyoi  Great Britain " What," he asked,  "is grander than the bistor) of the  great English liberal party d irmg  the present' century7 \On ^ its  threshold looms up the figure "or  Fox, the wi=e, the generous Fox,  espousing the cause of the oppres  sed A little later comes O'Cpnnell,  claiming and obtaining tor bis coreligionists the rights and privileges ot English subjects Ihen  come, one after the othei, the  abolition of tlie ruling oligarchs,  the repeal of ihe civic la-vs, the  extension of the tiuftragc to the  working clas=es,and lastly, to crown  the whole, the disestablishment of  the Church of England as the state  religion m Irclmd * * *  Members of the Club Canadien,  liberals oi thn province of Quebec,  thire ire our model*-, there aie oui  principles, there is our party ,,;  A w akmng voici  He warned the Ultramontane  section of the priesthood that, in  seeking lo make the chun h f-upremo  over the civil power, and in  organising the Catholics into one  party, they were inviting religious  war, the most terrible of alizarin this speech Launer pronounced  his strong admiration of England  and English institutions���������of England as Tennyson described it. "the  isJliere Why, then, should you  by claiming, irights, incompatible  with our stalel'of society, expose  this countiy to agitators, of' which  it is impossible to foiesee the consequences "* *' * The British  flag floats ovei the'old citadel of  Quebec, it floats tonight o*.cr oui  heads without i single English  soldiei in the countiy to deiend it,  its sole defence resting in thej giati-  tude which we owe it foi oui freedom and the secunty��������� which v,e  have found nndei its folds "     ,     >  ^   vl Klilim  All\CVb   ?^    ,'i^v,  (VFoi this grand speech���������a m.i&lei-  piece of oratoiv wild of national  sentiment���������Launer t was' bitteily  (���������attaeked -by the/ Ultiamontuie  ���������priesthood and press, denounced as  an antagonist of the liberty of the  cliurch,-(Chaigedywith placing; the  Queen and" constitution ovei the  immutable and imperishable lights  of'the chuichj-'and 'the civil society  above the ichgious society Fresh  appeals were made to Catholics to  unite to,put down ' the 'liberal  monstei  ^ ������'       ��������� - ^ ���������*.,  4  NAItlVlVV   CO^SUlVAlISVr'l XTO-al 1)^.  , *Tlieie ^was, 'however, a large  scction'oMhe press aud people ,whp  'recognised^ the splendid^ spnit of  tlieV speech^ and condemned- tho  actions of the?cpnseivativc1'paiily in  ^striving'to create"dissension betw^een^  \he church^and^ the ,hberalvpaity-  On"e p iper^expressecl^this f noWe  se'ntnnent ^VL'et thejcdnscrvatives'  leave to Euiope*this lehgious hate*,  "and let-"themvwork 'for/the futuie  greatness"6Loui -country, fiee'from  all religious discoid " 3, *-j !v-^.i *" *"  t ^ The ^ Montreal [ ' liei aid; i said  Launer's speech"- wasja' eoniplete  exposuie of the policy *of tlie conservative party "in rQuebce^as the  men who controlled the"destinies of  that, paity'iehed "for^theii"support  n"ot upon the "enlightening of the  people,'>soy that 'they might see  cleaily tho0"couise- mostt beneficial  to the j country, ������but t upon 'the intimidation of the^electorate thiougli  clenciL agents { anvd"-;V"the/- ute^ of  spmtual thieats'"tovpie\ent ltform-  ingYoi expiessing opinion*.'  r/The 'jEer ild" concluded by ie-  maikmg ' "The safety of oui institutions depends upon the.hbei il  part}/ 1 part}-. wlJich .-is^neithci,  \onti-icligioub'noi ahti-soeial, asrUs  jdvciMiies*pielend, which does not  strive tcMncipse ltb^populaiit^ bv  fanningrthe Haines Jof sectional  h'ftrcd, 01 aiouynt-^thc^picjuclicc--.  of ciecd^as .do^tbo-e' tidvcibanes  themsches^^but; whicb^'adv ocateo  and suiaiutains^those^p'iincipleT^ot,  religiousfieedom^esscntial to "our  constitutional form'of'-goveinment"  lit   ���������'(.,   A-&IU A'l^Ll AD^RJ_ i.^ sj  VivThuilts^^.to '-iLaunei , Liberaliini  fvvas'pui mjts frueyhght' and made  rapid^piogiessX For 25 )eaio th'e  liberals, of^ Quebec" had liaeh to  answer^on the '���������hustings and in the  pressv'accusations and chaiges^ not  lgainst' their political cieed,Jbut  \gainst then icligioiib eoiiMetions  jTnt el iy has pa=scd awa- with ihe  gre iter spread of educition ^1 ne  people have found they must build  tbc.i^coii'-titution, not on isect, nut  on tlu -'bioad -slouldei^ ori tin  nition * The hbei il partv/hi������  |;-"iei{ei-d a *' ell a-, pieu liecl iTt-  sp rit'ot lovalt ind pitriow-i 1 to  tue -irnid old lL.g^that fio"uoYiom  Quebec to Vancouvei, fiom Gibraltar to the far east", and no mfii,  has'done more1 to piomole 111 Cin-  ada patriotism and >-lovaUy to the  mother-, land than ��������� Launei, the  leader ot the hbeial party   tt   -  .      To^bo Continucrl  land where, girt   with   mends or homc tJlIS Atcki  Trom Our Oivn Corrobpondont,"  On ilonclaj evening 1 veiy piott>  little vvecleling took phce in Bcivoi  at the home of iir .anel Mrs MeCill  uni t.lien John 1 Mc'Ccn/10 of. h uilt  nnd M188 "\f\rj MoOiillum of Bi uci  utic united in niirnigc bv Hlv  Campbell of Oolden The bncle enleictl  the , pirtei cicOLteel by her fither,  iind attended bv bci eiatti Ivri-js butlie  McC ilium  The brulf wore a very pietty wedding  ifown of wlntP *illc oigindie (iiiiniiid  uitli ehatilill) lace mid chifrrn ind  orimj-eblo������aom-,I and 1 botiitiful  brulcl tcil, anil ciiiied 11 nietty  boijuet of white roics and oinngc  blossoms The bridesniaiel wore  a pretty clrrgu of white 01 gondii*,  with luce .md ehiMon, and elrncd  pink 1 oses  Tin bridegroom was attended  by Mi J Ilowden of Beiver Mi  ind Airs MicKcn/ie received many  btiutiful and uucful precentb 1 The)  Icit on tlie wctit bound trun And  the best wiblips 0/ all then friend*  accompany thern  Alias Sadie McCtl!e"y who spent  the summer in   Kim'oops,    returned  foes, a man  may sneak  the thing  he will"  By forcing mor1- to vole against  their convictions by spintu il intimidation he showed the priesthood did violence to the eonsti  tution, making responsible government an empty name, ind bringing  about a condition of things which  would culminate " m explosion,  violence and ruin " 1  He pointed out they were here  under the government of the Queen  of England, and he denied the  right ot the clergy to dictate to the  people, convoying his warning 111  these words "See if there is under  the sun a happier countiy thin  ours, sec if there is under the sun  a country where tho Catholic church  is freer or more  pnvilcged than 11  Oscar Boll, who sjiot hirnt-ilf while  playing     with gunr'owdi 1     and  rn itches, ie rccovci ing  ' ~lumber1iTg~~  On foiturduy night tho No 1 mill of  the Hastingrf Shingle M iniifftCtiuitig  Co and Civl kilns at Cedar Cove were  elestioyerl by lire  Tlie Arrowhead launhei Go intend  putting 111 a logging camp nt Oiik 1111  Bay, and will tal'e out ten million fcot  a year of logH from   Mini  liniita thcu  Arr JCuk, societaly to the ' ig fiend  bun-ibex Co, nnivtd from the cast  Aloud iy, unci left foi Aiiowhcid on  'iucsday 111 ccmipwy with the piisi-  dent,'Ihcodoio iairigitc Afi Knk is  111 ( xpoiicncd eastern liinibeiniiui f  ]| JJuntley, mollioi olheei of the  comiiaiiy, ninved Tucsdiy from the  coast  ^1  v^beatqn:  t /  / I   1  I rum Our Own ( un  The   10 id    betw   iT  lllC3 ^110t 80011  -5 impossible  n mdout "fr_ r  I'.'iton ��������� and  and Camboine is ' 1 ���������*' /1 tuuible con  dition and if i chin .  take nlace, it will In.  to get supplies up to < J " 'joine-  j-Something ippneiT. , r has gone  wiong with J' W Thonison'b ^vjcithei  bci leu He his" -been piomising  good vveithei fiom vv.cekA to"^ vjeek  since list June and if he don't "boon  delivci the goods the bojs ire < threatening to vvieck his sbop4nnd pub him  out of vveithei business J, _ \ i -t^jj  Tho w itei inutile -'noith eastjium  is nbw neaily as high as it-w.is at iny  time last ycui and still using' Your  eoilCbpondent has been inb.B1-C  neail> JO yens'md nevci befoie saw  01 bond of hi li'w i*tci hist of October  * The /floating w bancs, which Miad  been moved down to deep*, watei, had  to bc*^ inoved,r b lek to the - Sumiiiei  landing and the bo its me still coming  up to that point   J   -j a " ^v_ l  ^ ��������� -'J  ������, <>i  si  Charnbei'lain's Cough Remedy.  : Tor Coughs, Colds, Croup and,���������Whoop������s  mg Cough   Price 25 cents, large size 50c.  1 Chamberlain's^ Colic,, Cholera  ,,l'  and Diarrhoea^Renjedy/v4, ^  A    t  j An antiseptic liniment especially \alua-  blefor,Cuts, Bruises, feprams and Rheumatism "V -Price 25 ceuts, large size 50 cents  !<h 1   ���������;���������/'   . ���������<������Ji ^ j   ���������    -"*,. ^  :?Xhamberlain's^Stomaclr and ''  J,������- '   3',VLiver Tablets.- ,?h<n', I  " ror^jDi-^oidcrsIof itlicrStomach, Liver  'and Bowels -*��������� Price 25 a.n'.> p", \) \J"t *t������'H>  1 "      r-T   r ' ���������   -   *-"       St->->'-'-'Yj  ���������-J    -u vf \ Y    ,7^ -*��������� .'������'"* ^ 7"  - Every one of these preparations  is guaranteed and ifhot fully satisfactory-- to thev< purchaser /t^e,  mnnaxr urfl)  \%n  rp?l;nfl0ll    -*.   _      ,      .t ,  monev will he refunded. ���������,  >^J  * <  ���������'<*&  , - ' .- Paie'Hu-(f   -  *  ,  T  - i\ i-'i     ���������-���������<    ip ^     'Hi.  i, "oO'&h in-.'in-vBiMtiiei' mini f ^Will  sell w hoi" in |?iiL_vFoi pi tuiilirs p  pi-, n'oHi(i-nf KoorI:^VY Mail*     *-  ' 1  /  m.Tt^r.  .   K  -j-vir-  RESTAURANT  ���������rti First Stieetr  1 ��������� ������ '1 -   *-* * \ -. 1  LlSt Of AIOKUIU. lilllk '    '      "���������   Jll.MlblOlvL *  s  ^������^ ,   ������ -) '/       W       J.       i        v  FiiUiVom rn< lis ���������,Opcndiy ind in^ht  Me Us 23e incl upwaitl **" Spei i.U weekly  1 it( s ;  Gon lLs(M vice" ju 11 mtiji d ^^ -j i  \ *vujnr& no^Piopiiiuiis &<S(  ���������sLEAMfeTOWRITE/,  ii wi#* ;\- '-I-'--? v r--'*?���������*'' '-> -1  *  Shorthand and-Typewritirig  ^V     t ^f ���������rife'*' -.* w   *M-    ^     r*        **&     v  ;i, and do -Bookkeeping. ^  We contract undei sell to pj.ice^triad  11 itts inside ot Gudlys horn gi idunting  it !p<ri0pet month, oTelse pi> tin m that  imouiit e.ich month till pi iced    ^  llandsiiiiic cut Unfile tor the asking  t r" ���������SM-'i,,;,^-'..'*  Vancouver Business College,; Ltd.,  <������ VANUNjVERJ'B  c'  incorpobated^torONTO SIRj A Bo-'*'.  lBot>    j    __. bbi "_   "���������'���������   President*  OFMUSIC  COLLEGE STREET.  ""*��������������� 1 J( ' ������    -  Dr. EDWARD FISHER, Musical Director  Thei Best ^Equipment   and    facilities,  iand Strongest Faculty in Canada'  A. tlioiotigli artistic'and fmiblicd       *  %    .    MUSICAL* PDUCATION *      '  Local Ccntio I!xainiiiiitioiis hold ovoiy Mini  mci 111 urnnitobi, Noilhwc't loiritoncs and  liritish Columbia "   i !    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'(This������number ��������� wiiralso identify the, shoe  ^ -^ibeaiing it as :the genuine4'Slater��������� Shoe.'^as'no    *j  ":i  - ������"other maldrsUiave the righf to^usje-it).^^1^   *'\  ;  , *("- K   , This'fUnion Stamp stands for .co-operation of^, *)  ' \'-x   "~ yanployer^aud employee/for mutual* good^under- ' ^  -A A standing, if or,--immunity. rf torn strikes, and lock-; ;y>  " ^;,outsr foivtW;p-rinciple^;bf ,arbitration,,for" as,^  '     - continuous "supply^ of ^rstclass^help, "for^unP-J ^  \r  s fofniity c>f* Avorkmanship".��������� for*rfair .conditions air ]} m  " t"   rbund.t --- ,.}, r ^  '* % - - ���������   M '\- \* '7 sty  -   "I   ,   Reduces*-cost by/increasing^,producing ���������>&*  <     ^efficiency, by reducing number 'of, spoiled^pairs^f,,  ^\f   of shoesicby,ats,greater^imiformity'of workman-"*^ V  <���������    ' -v' ship, ^bvithe'inore", thorough5' organization l'of^^\  7V    factory:',    v  " \       '     - ��������� '��������� ,- r- j,   ".i v������*  !t   '"l"  ������*It makes bette/shoes.\   ���������* \\" ^' '?       'y-J"'  * H ^' *   ' I^n,t>fo^t'the^SU^/Sh^/ll/facfeiy;*,S'  r- ,     Number ixo���������three fifty-r-same as $ie" Slatern^ i  three fifty shoe.-, , '       in"    -. .-��������� ,--'*  ' When you "see that numDer you will kuow^7rt  l  ^you have a genuine������Goodyear Welted JJnion^ / ������������������.  made  O. B. HUME <fc CO, Limited,  ' REVELSTOKE, BO.     ,.  Kootenay liodgre  No. 15 A.F. dc A.M.  'X lie regular moctlngd  aie held in tho Mas  onlo Temple. Odd  1 ellows Hnll, on the  third Monday in  onch month at 8 p ni  Vialting brothron  cordially wolcomed.  It  GORDON SKOiiurAKV.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12. I. O. O. F.  Meets ovcrry Tuesday  evoning in Selkirk  Hall at 8 o'clock  Visiting brctluen cor  dially invited to at  tend  J   OUrnit.ll  NO J MAIHIE bvi.  Halcyon Hot Springs  J"a n it a riu m.  THE MEDICAL WATERS of llnl-  eyon mu the most cuiutive m the  woild. A perfect, niituriil remedy for  fill Nervous nnd Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments  anil Metallic Poi*ioninR. A sure ciup  tot "That Tind Feeling." Sperml  nites on all houts and trains Two  mails .unvi! and depitt eveiy dav.  Ttlegtuph coinmunicHtion with nil  parts ot thf woilil An expenented  iiiassingei  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arroiu Laf(e. 39. C.  Revelstoke. Grows Fast  We grow fabtpi, having nddil  to om Bakery nnd Confeclioueij  husiness full lines of  Groceries and Gamp Supplie  Agents foi   the Celebrated  MONSOON TEAS.  M.A. SMITH&CI  Vittoiin Rond, Revelstoke.  WOOD YARD  1 hiue bl.irted n peniiaiipnt Wod  Ymd on Thud stieet. With my pill  expei lence I hope to he in a positk|  to satisfy nil requirements of custoij  ers Mill and toidivood supplied  ������nny lengths at reduced pi ices for cas|  R. SAMSON.  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? ^(" ^;-,jr; l| f^' r^t! ify iYl''! ucii ktir  ;gmti������:pay4y  Dissblu ti qri;y of; Pa ij������n^sfii^i|Y  f irlllv'P^in'Kl-iriSirtl'  licrefororeYb^iKi,iiig'  Electric Lamps, Door B.ells'and  Annunciators!, ���������.:y y  Electric Fixtures ^l Put in.  ���������- TV! ���������  \yc.-.<\  Second Street, Revelstoke  -.Go'q.h.T..,K'ewiTia^i,:;.rdjiurnTn^.;''.'offi  is Reserving.of.the -thanks of ail brirties  (piytlie'scrilpiilqtefriiriiess with wliiefy  .lib'ooiVcl rioted Ytlio 'olection'. nfcY Koycl-.  s'okcYYY :������������������,J.y;Y;;'!y.>:Yv'iiy^'J'XY-YYVJ.J'  . nndwritlie-j liniiiii 6t:;.l.::Ai Miller fc.Co. has  this cliij-.becnldii^oli'cd-liy uiiiUiarcotment.'���������������������������:-.',--  ,: ���������'. ���������i;Y;w.Y^-/|;YVY;Y'������Y-J.iH'.'-0IiRAi:,-'-'*l'3':''';  Y--r.'YYYYY^Y^ YYVYAv;Mir>Ll-ftw������.Y:  Y rtcvcistokeYC.;^ Oct.������nd.'1303.':.!.-; - w-Y-;������Y;;  yy, ,;G-M^y^FlTlffi^Si  tlibii'coYw'b3t5S0'<clu"iiiis,'itlieiicbin'oi;tli'S0,'chaiiis,-  th'oncb'cus't'SO cliainrfi:Uieiibc;iKO,uth-Stl bhiliiis'.to  .point.bf.;icbinnU'i)Cciiieh't^eoii'laiiiinSi (HO'aci'ds  '[noro,br:lqs**#'Y?!*r:YY^Y;������'8YSY^YYSS*^";  ::vs-;.j%;:-;s^e>^ffeYftY:*5;������Yy^;^YK  :&Np'H.pnj;.^  lllillii^Tiigiiii^  f^O'lMOKYisYiibrbbyY^voii^UiatYlJifriyyiia^  X> Y a'rLor dVil.oriiifbiid ,tb apply' to UhoYC'.liic-f  Commlssioiici-br Iiands'and-VV'birl,-sfoi-a'spbcial-  -licciiHb to'clitiiiMut..eai-i-y/iiway,'.tiiiiberfi-oiii.the'  following"ilbxcribed laiiilH.'iMz: ;.iV(V.Yj.YiYYv:;  ?��������� Stiii-'tingat'a |l()iiil^niai-kc<l.VJ';;-.llii-h!b'H.S()Vilh'  IlCiuil. Obriidivpnutj": planted "at a polh't about one  h.-ilf inllb souih of .ihu ?Tjiirdeuiii.i-ivoi-.on. the  w-estjbbuiiiliii-y "lliib -of, tlioJC.;&'��������� SMl'ail way,'"  ���������hloekrStiS,-about 70,.e-lialiis; sbuth1ofitlio iioirlh  -.^eHt.coriioi-,:. Lhonc'o.Yiorlh 80*ol)aiiw,.tlhcneoi  Vvcrft'fO, ohaiiw,-llibiieoKbiilh 80 ehalii.s, thence  ������ilrtt.&J/iiliain.s','to p'ointof coiiiinciicemoiil:, con-'  taliiliig:i*IO.nei-cs uioi-o'bi- Iess.':^Y:;:TY;:':ftyV:;; ������  ���������:;.;).-;;.aii'YY':Y:-.:vY,'-YrY?,vY:;i'/:YfKY-iin-^ii';.Y;  Y^XelsoiijB. (!,| Sojit; ipih, 1033.Y.������'::;.^;.^;YiN.as  1 -- . ���������. NOTICE.  ���������    - i - '    /  i ������    i    t." ���������11 .  'AI0,-1^ ���������'���������' " lioubyjifiicii Hint Uinta <la-\-jl  JLl 'nftei diitp I intendapphmg to thellonoi J  able the, C) ict Commissioner of Lands niirtj  Hoiks foi the peimission lo fell and can j unayr  tniibei fiom the follow ing] uids , ^  I  Coniniciioing iLoutsi\ milci no Smith cicekl  at i posL milked C II ill s n '< coi nei post f  thence south 80 ch iiinJ Uicnec -vvcsrSOoliaiiih L  I hence noilh SO eh.nn-. thence eiaL SO chains to I  place of coiniue lecineut  1 ~* 7      l v %     ' j    J-  Jilted nt licvcKlokc ,      -*-  tins "Ulli daj of bcptombci  I01J  C HALL  <t  ;uoi-tU780,ch'aiiis;;tlion:basfc 80 cluiiii's.";tlioh'soiitli  .S0,eh'iiiiis:Uheri;;\vost 80fcliuiii.s;;t'o>;pbintibfr'ieoni  hibheomb'bfc'eoiitaiiiink.'l)10.iibrbs'hvbi;b'o''':lua  sis^gs^Ry  ''M  JSpsri'MfjBltyilGLb  itNclSbhfiBSCJ^SoptT^Otli^llltBSiS^tSM  ���������t>K^tjt^-'.;i;.Ji;.Vi?,i!iJ^CT.;-:^>iviy-:.^W:feft)H^i^  (I'l'lieMii-stoi- Mcolianlc's IMiro Tar Sfiap boiilii  aijd si.ft.e-iiHtho skin; wfillb pron'ir.l'y'C'Icnrising  It of''groasc.voili'riiHt.'otc.' 'iivnliiiiblo for md-'  RlinnicM, f.-i.i-m(!r.'!,'K|ioi-LHinon. : Ir'rcO'wimple on  I'Rcafpt'.of '2c'for 'postngo.'���������'Albert ToilytSbap  Co.,'manufacturers, Montreal.'    ���������     '   ������������������'--'���������'��������� ��������� ���������  - l.wifh to convey jniy heartfelt t hankil ��������� r/< tlib  cleciJ.CT, of:, Ilc-velstoke-Kidlrig; for ;ili(), honor.  jhej''bar'������'i<j^in':;hc6tow<d-.'n'pon-n'io'iii'^eli'iil(iri-^'  ,ni������. as '���������tHniernyiteicnc-ilivo, Iirthe, JVoriii'c'Iiil:  'Jje^i-il.'ifiirco''-'"-.-. ���������.',:/'':''���������'���������''<. ��������� = Y."."������������������.:-i"V'V>"-':.y--;r- ;���������";'.-.;ri-".--.-.(  '���������: 'i fi.flic'many frieftdj!-'both....Iu. 'tlil-s cMy '.-nidi  o!.-y:T,-Iif.rev,-ho work'!'.' ?.o hard "arid'falififiilly.  X cai'i only ex'(ir������4i rilj'Yib'Yiftspl'-aajirii that..  tl*!;i~ etforia Fiavb' bV'nY'Kiictrjsjjfiil in bringing'  .a')ovit'<itab&''^ov'-fnitienL.'.lit;'i)rltIilit)''-'Cr>iirihl>iii^  iindur (he k-udCTHhip of.ciuriiaHveson I.Vciriler.'  'Him: YlicharcEjrcIIrido; >i(r-r ':'-Y .-tvii'-Y^1-^ ���������'���������' ������������������:���������:  '.������������������! .i(iall ebdciivor,..a������ j'b|!i'lropreseiit.'il.iv-c. (.0  imtir(.������+iif������)n tlio-CJoverniiKjiit tlic iici'UHMiilo*  of. thl3.conStitju'r-������by,'iin'.1:'w-||(';afc,nll:tirric������ bo:  jctad tr/rt^ivti'frnni'.ttotlticvir^frlC'nclH'oro^pbii'.'  cnt-i; any:^iig-{C-ilt.iori������ regarrllti'g: iriiitteni nlle-ct-  IriK lite- vvel fiire of Uitf.nfdJiiK of .ttavolKtoIx-. ���������.  'vAmiiri tliartking'yonfor'tho'"Irbbi/i- eorifbi'rcd'  iijioii uie and aiwurlfig yoifthttk-riiy-litiiit bfl'brts  will bo ;:iiHc'd: to ���������w'n.rrailt/Uie trii'at.there by.Im-  pbpcdY'' ������������������":";-'��������� ���������<:��������� ������������������Y.'.-v:'-.''v,Y'Y'"YYY'Y,'-?'..,'.'Y  ��������� :i liavd'Hlfi honor lo ���������\m'<v,.;'/'j, ���������'.'.;-;.(;,"'  ' ,;:������������������; " yoiii-.oliedk'nl.soi:vjilif,,Y(;,.,   Y  ,Ti?^9'tii--ii'':i-\i'''\  i^ysyyi'iio-f,ui, I'AvYoirY  .^'������������������'.'    ���������'������������������'< >*������������������*.:::: ':>��������� ..Y./'.. '.v.-,'" ..' '��������� ':' '."./;���������  ��������� '.. 0|i|ioKlU);C6iil,i-iil'7rof,ol,.rtoyblHl.i.ilco.v,:';Y;--'  -." JJul/ho'Ynn.cl.yQi'iioi-nl ''Aliuihih'bY \Vbrk:Y  VJ-- : - Yy Pi-Omptly . 'JSxeciited.'. ';;.'...:YY'.Y;  ;TCT.QTIGE>-is hereby giybii tliiitruiirty. ilh'yfn flcr  YLNt'Sda'to?i;iiitoiidsto;-'iipi)ly;tb'tlioGhiof;C()iii  missibnpK'.ofJ-VBnndsiYifid.^Wbi-ks^^^  licon&-prtb;;]cut.aiitl''c}u-ry^aw-ayji1tiinbor,;tfroni tho  follo\viiig.dosci-il)pcl <l(iiids''.viz: ^WYrY'-U?if;,5i"  3*A:StaY.tiiig lita jibst h'uirkod'WJi!.''Oeiiollo's.Soiith,  >W,ost1iCbrnor,.'i'pbst,VvS,plaiilod,Viita:poirit'about  ,t\i'0;inilo.s\vbstvof't'lios'()iifcliwbst*coi-nbi--'"dr tho  'K.-&.S,;I{iiilw-ay.;block Nb.l8*T-,''!:jsitiinl()d''jo'n  tho  nvbstbniik btihbli'itrdoaui-ivor, thence norlli 80  c-liiiiiisi thou oastSO'cliains,,then soiilh 80 chains  thbii west SO clinins tu pointJ<if 'ebminbiicbinont,  'cbiitiiiiiingOIO'ucros'inoro'or Ibs^.r"i'-'���������;".,:}:,-  ::>::^^-m^p^.>i:^-mm.li.:GEXEIAJi:  ;yNe'se!ll,^3;lC;i;Sop,:^0!,ll,, iOOrj.���������,^^;;^". ,t  '^libTICi-.is^li'o'rbby'.glyonltliri't'tlii'rty'diiysiiftor  YLM>'dat.o,I intend to apply.to tho IJhiel'iC oui  missionor.ofijLmKUjulid .Works "for a sjieei il  liconso tb.cutnnd.eurry.awny : timber fi-i'nii tho  fbllow-lngdoscribod liindsrvlz:'-.'.>7";;.;':.$:,  ,.' -'.Starting at.a post niurl.-ocl !-!���������*. flnnfilln's KmiiI.Ii  IWost cbrnor i)ost,y:planled at a point about nno  rnilo.wost of tho'soiitli'vosl coinorof Iho K it S  Kailivay blbck-iNo, 8i^, situated ou tliowosl  linilkY'of; tho iLnrdonu rnor, tlionco north 80  'cliaini-tlion'bast S0.oliiuns tin n south SO chains  then M-dst'SO cliains'tbiioiut of commencement  containing.(M0 acres more oi lets  sWiitfii&^MiW'M r. gi:ni:lll  :^Np.lsoi.i,'-3.',YOViYSopli':.'10tli, 1"0J  i' NOTICE.  ���������\JOriCl- is henbj gnon that Ihnti dajs  IS aftei datclinlcnd apphinglo thcHonoi .  able* Ih ( luct tomnussioiior ot lands and!  Woik-foi poimisaion to foil and euiy awajj  tunboi fiom tho follow ing deseiibid 1 inds 1  Comnicneinc- about Eoicn nnte^ up bniithj  oioekat apo=-t inaikcd Jius ] Ilii n c coincil  P0ht ^honcc south 80 chains tlioncowc->tSOI  chains thence noilh SO chains thenco east !  ch uns to placo ot commencement  D-iled it Ite\cl������tol o  this lOth dij of facptcmhoi   1001  .yYYjYarirl,iiYy;yYYY..  Y ebnipleieYlineYYY  YYY:Ybf'i.heYYY:"'  Yygenuin-;'  Mi  YY'/ Kn I vcsY: Rork^ ;0' 'f������  >.YyY'5f-ppn^;etc������;y;yyy;y  I Kye-scrirefuliy examined .iirid.i  properly, fitted to-.tlie best'grade,'.,  of glnssts. < ���������'-Y���������^("^T^JY-^-Y ���������* ' r-;  i  '.���������v.  llillNOTICE.  '-"VrGTIfll'l'is.ii'di-iiby'givcn that tin rtj dajsafloi  JUNif date Iliitond ton pplj to tho Cluot Com  ;missiOiior.:Lof:vLaii(lsVand  WoiKs  foi a special  ;licouso tocut liiid oarrj nwaj  tunbor Irom tho  .following (Idsciribod lands, vi/  "Startingat'apost nuitliod   V  Jl   Stc-cnsous  Nortli Eust't'oi-iior; post," pi intcd at a point ou  tlio;.wost'.baiik,,or;tlib Luuloiu ruoi, about 10  clinins'wesl of,tho s-ou'tlu ast cornel fit the K   &,  S.r Jiaihvnjvblock'Noh'&n, tlieneo south 80 cliams  .ttioii'WOSt 80 chains, then  north 1G0 ehams nion  orlossto'the bank of tho L.irckau incr, tlieneo  ��������� in - ii' soutlioiisteriy/diioelion 10 c h uns more oi  losi<i.following.biiiilc'rof iner to point of coin  inoiicobibiit, containing (.10 .n ri s uuirc or less  ,;���������,;. ;-;;'i.;v5.-f,^t;;:v;,.::-', j'  m   WByj^NSON  !:;;Nelson(I-;,.G., Sbpt/JOth, IflO)  ; NOTICE.  Jul mule I'k lid oi  nnj  person oi  pcihons- Loi  whom  he hum   liaic nhsigiiLd his inloiesl in  the'J nipuiss nunoial el dm, situate on tho  w cL siilo of Uppui A now   1 uke  w eso foi k of  I'liigston  cieol     IJlld  Mountain    in Uppoi  Airow Jjako iltiiilrigrjiilsioii West ICoolenay  Jlistiict   Ihitish Coluuihla  'on aie heiuhi   notified that J   the iindoi  sitncil haie e\pciidcd for jou ihosuni of S.'l,  in lnLoi  and impioiciucnM upon thesaid J in-  picsMilllniinl Claim   undei  tho piowslonx of i  tho Minni lI Act   and   if  within   ninotj   dajs  fiom  tho dale of this notice J ou fall oi ictiise  loconlribnto the aioiesaid sum, togolhei  with]  all costs of nd\cill*.'������g   jo,,r ^���������>'c,ct-t 1" the  said nuneial elnliu will become thcpiopiitj of !  Iho uudi isigned undei  Section I of the Act cn  titled    An Act to Amend the Miner il Act  Dated at ITalcjon Hot Spungs  1 Ins 1st day of September 10UJ   ' A  M S\ilIONS  NO. 5 COMPANY R. ������T~  NOTICE  Dull fifth'    ihai(>  Cunip my will  bi������  in tin Dull Hull u,7 30c\ny Tuesday '  and Vi id i v night till fni thei notice,  liv oidei  JI  A   BROWN, C  O  ijfli^llTicE.  ;"\rbTICK is liurbl)V.ghui that thirtj <lnys after  JLi date ;I iu'tpud...to npplv io tho Chief Com-  lnissibner'of iLiinds anil jWorks- for a special;  license to cut mid..ci'ir'ry' aw-ay.ttimbor ifrmn. tho ���������;  fbllowing doscribed lft'iidH^Tiz^'/p-;:.-..r'r'--:'Y''.'.-','1'.,,-',;'-';3'  ��������� :: Stiirting at a post huirkod ,"F.:M; 'StbyonSOii'sV  North Wos't corner"ixist," planted nt a point on;,  the west bank\vt, thoLurdcau rii-or.'nboiit 10'  chiiins west of thb'soulhonStcoriior of the"K.'&r  S. HiiilwiiyblockI'b.*827, tlionco .south SOehaibs-  then east SO chaiii!i,.tlien: north SOchaiiisi vthon;  west 80 chains to point of coinmonedmout,Jcbii.'.  tnining CIO acres more or less.;' :.:'.' -. ,.,, " ::.���������,'-���������  ./r-Yv..-.-: ���������.'.���������'��������� ^YrYW^F.'.M.^STEVENSONY'Y  ;  Nelson, B., CYSopt.:10th,'1S03;'YYYYY.YYYYY  WANTED  IK   I  JL ployed in D. Bain's g ingnt Bcavt i ���������  \\ ill coiiiiniinK ite \\ ith the fCootiiiny  JJ.nl he limy hi,ii <it soiiu'lhing to his,  .id\ inl.igf  LOST���������A duplu.iLi-delivery bonk Ihe  piopeity of ,JY kC. HntchiMiui.  Kindci phase loliirn to Kooten.iy Mail  cifiice.  ANTJOD���������The puison who hni'.  inwid fioru the Kootenay Mail  (iffic-e ,i large map of Revelstoke and  distiict to let in n siiiih*.  AWV TO'MKJjL-LJiiiversily   ed  ition of Shiiki'spenre with illus-  'tra'tiinidand notes.   Price $22 on toniiH  iiiihn'ly $2 cash and $2 per month. Ap-  ply-at Kootenay Mail.  W: YY,

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