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 /  provincial Llbrtry  >   ������������������' ; "'*   ' , i  '    --������������������> ^\  r  '/  Bews'Drug Store  FOR EXPERT  DISPENSING  ~*~0-,--   ->-~  Vol. ,12.���������No. 28  'Mail  Order  Dept.  LIMITED..  DEPARTMENT STORE.  Samples,  ������ Whole Sale Tailoring1.  "'   - ���������   .'��������� '-;   i",  ,w ' j; .   "     ,       - ,.    , '  ���������   ;"  Come in and look over they largest line of .Tweed and  Worsted'Samples ever shown'in West.' We,".can take your  measure and have your suit made'by the largest wholesale  tailors' in Canada. ' We guarantee the fit SO YOU RUN NO  RISK.    We can give you a first class tailored  suit in  a large  .range of nice cloths, made lo  vo'ur" measure, a great choice  of   styles  to' choose    &/)/)  .   from, at    V*U  Again'we can get "you any  style of coat you want, ,0'ne  of/'the"Jleading. 'styles is -a  Glicfrterfie'ld, conies,just below  the knee, beautifully ttiilored,  velvet collar," made to vour  measure,'1!fit guaran- 01K  ��������� teed at-* V> ' ^  Come in  and sec  these they  i . ,..   . -  will certainly interest you.'-  You run no, risk  Fit'Guaranteed.  C. W. Hume & Co. Ltd.  DEPARTMENT STORE.  ,' ��������� - '     . t i  " -. .  -IMPERIALtrBpR OF "CANADA y;  Cnpital Authorized, $1,000,000.   Capital Paid Up, ?3.-00,000." Rost, $3 J00,000.   -  -   ,        '..   .-���������     .-Head'Office,'Tokonto, Ontario. ,:   ''      *,,.,   _,'  '   mraiichci in the Northwost Torntorios,'M.iuitoba, Ontario aud Quolio'c.     *  Ami   tho follow ing points 'iu .British  Columbia:    Craubrook. Goluou,   '  NeUou, Kovolstoko, Trout Lake,' Arrowhead, Vancouver aud Victoria.  '      ���������      ' <.'���������'.'  T. K Mkbkitt, Prosideut. D. R. Wilkie, Vioo-Prosidont aud Gonoral Manager.' |  E. Hay, Assistant-General Manager.    W. Moffat, Chief Inspector.  Revelstoke Branch, B.C.���������A General Banking Business Transacted.  Savings Department���������Deposits Kocoivod and Intorost Allovvod.  Drafts sold available iu all parts, of Canada, Unitod Stutos and Europe. -   ,  pecial attention given to collections. A. E. Pmrrs, Manager  THE A. E. GEORGE COMPANY  For  -    **  Ten Days 1*3 .o:  for Gash.  For the Next Ten  Days to further reduce our stock we  will give 1-3 off all  our regular prices  in our Dry Goods  and Men's Furnishing' Department.  ii  TERMS  ierv:  CASH.  REVELSTOKE, R, C. OCTOBER 14, 1905  Use Parisian  Cold-Cream  The kind put up by BEWS. j  $2.00 Per,Year  A Garlqad of Choice  I "rl^nf^Pl^l OQ Just t0 hand' including 'new Salt  VJI 1 \J\J\jl. ������\Ji)0 '"erring, Mack'erel, Cod 'and Salmon,  ' ', *   ' ' ChilliwackHoney, and lotsofdelicoces  ���������Two Cars Ashcroft and' Okaiiagan Potatoes;  J'\ /"':   \-Vegetables, Fruit.   ��������������������������� .- y  One Car Ogilvie Flour, and all'kinds' of season-  ,,'    .,   ,r able goods arriving daily., /     ���������'    ."'  ' IIhvo our driver call or send in your order.     We do not tell fairy tales  about selling goods in small lots nt wholesale figures, but we'guaranteer  "   '' satisfaction nnd prices right. S  BOURNEBros;  .HEADQUARTERS FOR GROCERIES, HARDWARE; STOVES', etc  fSSSEatH  ������    - ���������*F~"���������<>  JiJL.   JE3  '.The Board  of  Directors  of  ��������� the Y. M. C'. A.' havo issued the  following appeal ;in 'support  of  the   great   work   they   have  in  hand:��������� **/. . ���������.    '  , - . "The ..Board of Directors of .  * the' Revelstoke*Y. M- G. A.'desire '  ' the. public to know of the move-' '  ' .merit for the erection of a modern  ** . ' .  -  building suitable for carrying on  the various kinds of _work con-  '������ducted by,.such institutions all  over the world, a work that combines (pleasure and profit * for  young men and boys.*'-  Already Jen thousand 'dollars      ,.    , ,  has been subscribed by the railroad and city men.  These subscriptions have not been given in large  amounts by a few men, but they have come from  a large number of the wage earners. Their payments arc made to extend over twelve months, so  as to give every' dollar they could, and many  have given at a -sacrifice for the good of their  fellowmen.  The Railway Company have responded, too,  in the gift of a very suitable.site, consisting of six  lots ��������� 150x100 feet on the corner of First Street  and McArthur Avenue. '  When such a building is erected il will ensure the permanency and success of a work for  young men in this city. It will express in enduring form the desire of the community to encourage and assist its young' men, and will  dedicate to the youth when its donors are gone  the regard Revelstoke bears for its young manhood.  < ������i  The  need  for such an Association building  we all recognize, with   no   place of recreation at  present in the city  for  young  men   to go and  ALD/ McLEOD,  Director, Y. M. CI A.  spend their  leisure  lime.     The  Association'building will provide  "a place to go where'there' is  a  gymnasium and games of bowling!'  chess and checkers; where baths ���������  "and a swimming pool areat their.'.'  disposal; where there-is*--" n up-to-  \latq reading room, and library, a.'  cosy  parlor, a night',school,  in  fact a home of a clean, social and  .  recreative nature provided   at  a  small cost. , ,/ ,  In adopting a plan for such a  building the idea is to have a  plain exterior, but a well ap-  , '- pointed and attractive interior.  This, we believe, has been carried out in'the plans  of the proposed building. The building will be of  wood, and will with the equipment when completed  cost between 15,000 and 1S.000 dollars.  AN APPEAL.  To You.ng MnN,���������To help themselves and  their fellowmen hy contributing what they can.  We prefer large numbers of small sums from  young men to small numbers of large sums from  business men. Only when we invest in anything  are we really interested in it.  To Business Mkn,���������Who have a pride in the  public welfare" of 'the  City, and  in its  public '  buildings, we would   like to have the Association  building compare  favorably  with  other  public  buildings of the city. ,  . .  To Fat������I].-iis and RIotiieks,���������Whoso boys need  a place of resort that will build up and not destroy their mind, muscle and morality.  To Employe-is,���������Who arc interested in the  kind of place which their employees frequent.  Yog" Can Depend  i/f-'1 On.The Correctness Of  ���������}  FMfcform Styles  M'. , Collars, ��������� l.i pels,"   shoulders,  fa      sleeves, pockets���������in fact every,,' '  "''     inch1 of   a   Fit-Reform 'coat  is ���������  ', absolutely correct.  Everyystyle 'of ,distjnctidn-i-made  in patterns '.that are" exclusive���������is*  shown in Fit-Refbriri garments.    '  The "REGAL"���������single'and double  breasted  coats^are quite the  hand- '  somest  things.in  Sack Suits .shown,  this season.-  i . ,   -  ',   ,   p      y ��������� ���������   ��������� ! '��������� *- '���������  $15,' ������1S, $26'    *  ",',',, ,.  ,. Look for label wflb  tndemail and price  1 REFORM^     " fixed' br inakeri. ���������/  The only Fit-Reform Wardrobe here jt at    J. G. Macdonald, Revelstoke.  THE MOLSONS BANK  HEAD OFFICE,  Incorporated by Act of Parliament, l&w.  MONTREAL.  , Continued on Page  BIG BEND LUMBER COMPANY.  A SUCCESSFUL LUMBERING ENTERPRISE.  THE A. E. GEORGE COMPANY.  ',/."  - ' ~l\'  ���������1.  -' <  sf(  )    /  1  /  ���������*��������� **.*��������� tL r* ib>i*y *a  ^������^'  Wir. Molson Macpuersox, Pres."       .,   S. H. Ewing, Vice-Pres.  Jajiks Elliot, General M.annger.  Capita/ paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  i Everything in  way of banking business transacted without unnecessary diilay.   .  Interest credited twice a year at current rates on Savincs Bank  deposits.      l. , "  W. H. PRATT, Manager,  ' -Revelstoke, B. C.  Merchant  Tailors.  Everything a gentleman wants in,the line of tailoring. ���������  Our-stock is new.and up-to date.  Pressing and cleaning promptly attended to.1  First Street, Opposite Union Hotel, Revelstoke,  entra  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABRAHAMSON    BROS.,    PROPRIETORS.  Newly 1-hi11.     Kirf-t-cliiHS in every respect.    All modern conveniences.  Large Sample Room!-.  Rales $1.50 per Day, Special. Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under  same   management  I3JG  IJKNJJ LUMBER COMJ'ANYS MI Lli.'ARItOWUKAIJ.  Undei tlu able management of Tlioedore Ludgate Tlie Big Bend Lumber Company is setting tlie p.icc for  successful lumbering enterprise. A double cutting band saw lias been substituted for tlic single band Intberto in use,  and it is proposed to extend the mill so as to double its capacity. The company have arranged to start a big logging  camp at Fourteen Mile, below Revelstoke, and an extensive camp)is to be put in at Fosthall Creek. The company  figure on putting in three more logging camps for the coming-winter, making five in all. J. Bangs was in the city  last,week engaging all the men he could find for these lumber camps.   ".'"���������.  .j't.  ' c ������  V  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ^be Kootenay fl&ail  , ,PUBUSHKD   SATURDAY.   ,  ' r . ���������AT���������  XiriL>TOKI,I.C.,  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.*  Includinc poot&ce to "-ncl.'iiid. United Slates  ,. and Canada.  By the rear [throufh poatofllce].'    52-00  Sklr       "      , "     '        ���������'      1.23  Quarter" " " '     "05  . - Including Christinas Mail Mo. extra.  ADVERTISING*   RATBS.  Measurements Koaparie! [12 lines, make one  inch). Preferred positions. 25 per cunt.  EdditionaL' Births. Marriages and Dentil-,  1 s0o>-. each, insertion. All advertiseniunto  subject to ihe approval of the inniiiigemont.  Wanted and Condensed Advertisements:���������  Agent* Wanted, Help Wanted. Situations  wanted.-. Situations Vacant. Teachera  Wan-ftd; Mechanics Wanted, 10 words or  leas 2Se.. each additional, word two eontH.  ChanfM in standing advertisement* mnat  bo in bj ������.a" m. Thursday of each -week to  .     ' aecnrt good display.   Standing ad vortialng  niktt-er will be changed twice a month with-  outTMtra.''���������charge f Kor mors  frequent  alteration!" the time occupied  in making  i    Bam* will be charged at usual ratCB. ', ,  JOB PRINTING promptly executed at reasonable rater. '  TIRilS���������Caiih. -Subscriptions payp.blo in ad.  Tih������:.   - '        ' ,.,.���������,,'���������"'  .CORRESPON'DKNCK invited."on matters^ of'  public interest., Communications to Kdi-  lor must be accompanied by name of  writer, not necet*arily for publication, but  as evidence of good faith. '(���������orrcipomlonce  should b* brief.-.  W������ r*qu������st our numerous r'oadors to  favor U9 with .their assistance In  making th������'KOOTENAY MAIL, tho  tiiMt valuable a'd vertlslngr medium  In tho Kootenays by ��������� giving tho  ppsferonce, -when making,' purchase* . to   those   firms   -who ' aro  ��������� ' r������gTJlar advertisers In'the KOOT"  ' NAY MAIL.  I)  R.   M.ORKISON,'  . ���������   ,       DBNTIST.  '     < kkici: :  T    i    NEW      AWUKNCK   BLOCK*,  McKouzie Avenue.    '   -  E  DWARD A. HAG GEN,  4 ���������  Mining -Engineer,  (Vem'. American Institute Min ng Engineer")  Indian Mining       titute.)  ":������-     R*%KL8T0KE,-B. U. ~   ''���������  Examination of and reports, on Mineral Pro-  ,,       .perties a Specialty.  TTUGH   S.   CAYLEY,  .,������.        ( Barrister and Solicitor. '     L,  OFFrCE���������Comer of First Street and  Boyle Avenue, Revelstoke, B. U.  THE MINERAL OUTLOOK.  The mineral industry of British  Columbia has never had a better  chance than it has today. ' The  priceB of the metals are good all-  round. Silver keeps over the 60  cent mark, lead last week touched  the ]ii*-h point of i'i4.10s. in London,' zinc is high arid in ' great demand, and electrolytic copper commands around 16,cents. These  prices afford excellent opportunities  for making money by the development of the mineral .industry and  'as usual American investors are  coming -in' to 'take up what Canadians have neglected.  'THE EXHIBITION.    ' .  Revelstoke was the most stronglv  represented city1 in the interior on  the. visitors list of the Dominion  Exhibition, and all who saw the  exhibition were well pleased with  it._ Mayor Keary, wlio was man-  ager'of it, is congratulated on all,  hands.on the excellent manner in  which-he conducted it in  tlic  face  'J ���������  of many difficulties," one of .tlie  worst of which-was the unfavorable  weather. Mr. Keary declares that  was the one thing he wished ho  could control.   ' ' ���������  Harvey; mcoarter  and pinkham,  BARRISTERS,',SOLICITOUS, ETC. ��������� ,  Oiticeb :   Molbo.vs   Bank   Block,   J-kvk'l-  , -���������     STOKE," I". C.  Money to loan. '       >  Offices: Revelstoke, B.C.; Fort Steele, U. C.  Quo. S. McCarter,  .A. M.  PlNKBAM,  Revelstoke, B. C.  J. .A. Hakvkv,  FortStoolo/B. C.  J. M. Scott, LL.11.  (COTT.   AND  '     W. I. Brings.  SCOTT. AND   BRIGG ��������� .  E^Barristeks, Solicitors, Etc *   '  . ~> Money to Loan  SOLICITORS^FOR^MOLSONS   BANK  First Street.    ' Revelstoke, B.C.  ^beVlkootena^ flfcatl  (UNION!  FOREST CONSERVATION.  Sir Wilfred Laurier has gendered  great service' to the Canadian  people, but none of more importance than tliat he has now' taken  in hand. We refer,to forest conservation which the Premier,has  taken'lip with his usual vigor, and  has convened an. assembly at  Ottawa^ on 10th, 11th, 12th' of  January next to consider the best  means of dealing with the question.  Sir Wilfred appreciates the value  of tlie forest wealth of Canada, and  the effects of forests in preserving  tho.source of water power, equality  of climate,-and provision for"'irrigation. Attention to forestry is  'one of the most important duties  of the government as there are few  industries thatrare a greater source  of wealth, employment and- commercial prosperity than the lumber  industry.     '  MINING, LUMBERING' AND  THE TARIFF. '  One feature of the tariff commission inquiry hasr our hearty  sympathy and that is the, demand  of mine operators ' for , reduced  duties on mine supplies that have  to be imported. Hitherto the  mineral .industry has been heavily  handicapped by the high prices on  supplies necessitated by the heavy  'duties imposed. The same,thing  applies to the lumber industry,  which is soaked by excessive duties  on much of the macl inery and mill  supplies which must be imported.  We don't think there is likelihood  of the tariff commission recommending a duty on rough lumber  or of such a duty being passed  though the lumber .interests are  entitled Ho that consideration in  the face of the imposts on the  industry. In any case it seems  likely the. American government  will take the fluty off lumber imported to the States and if they do  there are many 'lumbermen in  Canada, who would rather have  that than a' duty on imports to  this side; as there is no 'doubt the  time is not far distant when the  American market 'will' be as im  portant to the-],lumber interests of  British Columbia -as is the Northwest market at the1 prescnt^time  Besides, 'the lumber" industry lias  every promise of being on ,"a better  basis', than *ever before, with a  rapidly growing market, husbanding of-raw material and consequent  increase of price.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1905  TELEPHONE' FACILITIES.  It   is- now.  time,- the-. C.  P. R.  telegraphs   put   their  commercial  officeiin-the business portion of the  city just as it is in  other  cities of  importance.     The, public  of   this  city have been,put to much incon-  venience'fo'r-vearsiby the telegraph  office being away from the business  centre and it is unfair to this .city  that the  existing, state  of. things  should be allowed 'to continue.     A  telegraph company should,, have as  much consideration'for tlie public  convenience as for cutting expenses,  oiuthe.-telegraph loses  much  of'its  value.    Now that the chief oflicials  of.ithe C..P. JR. Telegraphs are visiting this.province it*is to' be  hoped  theyjvill.arrange.for the necessary  change here.  ANOTHER'POINT GAINED.-  The   inauguration; .of   the   fast  service between the coast and South  KooteDay. points   emphasises   the  importance   of   Revelstoke   as'   a  transportation   point.     Vear.-' ago  railway   men* said   if- ihe Coast-  Kooienay road were built the  only  way.the.C.  P. R.  could' meet   it  would be   to   recognise   Revelstoke  as the Spokane of  British  Columbia and u.-e this city a.--   the' point  from which to meet it.  This means  the C. P. R. will yet have to extend  to Revelstoke the freight privileges  formorlv enjoyed by  this   oi ty,  so  that it   may   become the distributing and manufacturing centre   for  the interior of British Columbia.  FRENZIED FINANCE.   ' .  -_ The life insurance scandals disclosed    in   New   York are 'a disgrace to the financial world.     It is  a shocking thing that  the  savings  ,of the people should be bartered in  political corruption, gross personal  extravagance of -officials, and 'the  enormous, salaries ,-of .-officers  and  their families.    Canada is as much  interested   as   the "States  in this  matter   as   many' millions  of insurance   in   the   Equitable,   New  York   Life  and  Mutual  Life  are  held in.Canada, and it is up to the  Canadian  government  to see  the  interests of the policv  holders  in  this country are properly protected  and compensation   made   for any  spoliation    their    interests     have  suffered before they are allowed to  do  further   business.       If  T.- \V.  Lawson had done nothing more but  bring about   these   investigations  and disclosures he has rendered   a  service  for  which  he deserves the  thanks of the people of thecivilised  world.     It  would be well if an in-  vestigation   were   made   into  life  insurance matters on this side the  line, so   that  the  public  may   be  assured   a   similarly   rotten . condition of things does not exist here,  or,   if  it  does,  that  it should be  exposed,   and   the   c-ire   applied.  State life insurance   will  probably  eventually result in the States and  Canada.  TRANSPORTATION  PROBLI/JM,  Sir Wilfred Laurier hit the   key-  FIRE-ARMS.  The extent   to   which    firearms  have  been   used  in' scraps of late  warrants the enquiry as to what is  to be done to reduce the evil ?     Is  a license system going to remedy it  and'if so should it be adopted ?   A  Grand Jury in  a  neighboring city  advocated raising the limit of  age  within   which   firearms   are   prohibited  from  14-to  17 years, but  that,, would,  scarcely   have much  effect.     We   think  an.annual gun  license should at all events be imposed   on   larger   firearms.-   as   a  means of lessening the evil and ,the  use of concealed firearms should be  severely, puniBhednwhen discovered.  note of   the   requirement-)  of   the  wot on the  head   when   be  sta'-'d  the other day that .what  tlie   west  wants is cheaper transportation.  It  is   outrageous    that   a    city   like  Revelstoke,   for   instance,   should  have to    pay   double   tho   rates of  Vancouver, with   -100   miles   more  haul.     Hon. W. S. Fielding, when  in   Revelstoke,    referred    lo   this  phase of the transportation question  and said for some time   bo   had in  view   legislation   limiting   freight  rates to an amount no greater than  the   haul  to  the  furthest point on  the   division.      This   is   common  sense and if it were put into  effect  Revelstoke- for  instance  would be  on the same footing as   Vancouver  and   here  would  grow  up a commercial city  rivalling* Vancouver  in its facilities for  manufacturing  and merchandising,  THE BAND  Receives High. Tribute-.From  Dominion Exhibition.   ,  . 'Bandmaster. Sawyer is in  receipt of  tho following tribute from the musical  director of the Dominion   Exhibition,  where they played liist;wcek :  j.   '    ��������� ��������� '     ���������   , October Gtb.,.  1' Aru. Sawykk, Bandmaster Revelstoke Band, ' ' < '���������'  i Sin,���������It gives me great pleasure to  say to yourself and members of your  band I 'appreciate very highly the  services you have' giveii during the  two days you have been at'tbe Exhibition. Your playing, ia very praiseworthy and has v been highly commented on by all who have heard ' it.  Your' general deportment, discipline  and willingness.'to play merits my  warmest approbation. . \ uni sure the  citizens of your town must be proud  of you as they have every right,to be.  I am very in uch pleased to have . met  you and feel assured by , the- evidence  of your present, musical excellence  you,, will continue to improve and  should we both live through another  year I hope to have the ple.isure of  telling you so.  1 remain, yours respectfully,  J. W' Tl-EN-DKLr..  ."ifubica! Director Dominion Exhibition.  The   Columbian   says, of  their performance at the exhibition :  "Oi the several b.ind������ that have  been present, during the exhibition  that of the Revelstoke Independent  band was the only musical organization from the'interior o(.��������� the province. The band numbered sixteen  pieces under the leadership of Conductor R. HY Sawyer, and were accompanied by T. II. Corley, the president.  The band wa= very neatly uniformed  in black, with black braid facings and  automobile caps, and presented a very  smart appearance. They played in  Queen's Park Wednesday and yesterday and were accorded -an excellent  reception at every appearance. The  band returns home tomorrow. Spiking of the effort? of the Kevel������toke  ^dependent bund, J. Watt Trondell,  muciciil director for the- exhibition  Paid : "The playing wah very praiseworthy and their willing etl'ortK to  enteitain on all ovuimioriH merits my  warmest appreciation The citi/.enn  of Reveli-tol-e "lionId be proud of ������uch  talent for f know how hard it i������ in  the umaller citiei to maintain rfiich  organi/atifinH,"  i\ir. Corley, provitniM to bis clepnr-  ture "(iited to'the Cohimbi.in Ihat Ink  b.ind wi're warm in pruine of the very  cordial treatment they hnd nrcivcd.it  the hands of the inaniigcmrMil '"  Kootena.    LodR-e No. 15 A.F, & A.M.  Tho regular meetings are held in the  Masonic Temple'  JdaKellow8Hall, on  tho third Monday in  each month at .8  p.m.. VititiiiKbreth-  .ren cordially welcomed.  C. A. PROCUNIKR, Sbokctaky.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO ��������� 12,-1. O. O. F.-  Meets every Thursday  evening inOddFellowK  Hall,' at 8 o'clock  Visiting brethren cor  diully invited to, at  tend.       , ,  CJ. I). PAIMKR,-N.O.        "   J. MATHIE.-SKC  7L6m~������^7iJ&f',  M  y: m: c. a.  Continued from Page 1.  To Everyone,���������Who wants the  young men "of-our'city to grow into  a clean .vigorous manhood.  ' AT ONCE.* ,' " ������������������  ' ,We strongly, urge you 4to join us  at once as tlie heed is pressing for  the erection'of a building'that shall  not only be-a credit to the city,  but also a groat benefit to the young  men of our day .and future generation, lifting them daily toward a  higher and nobler manhood, and  each of us may be-able to say ���������" I  helped".   , -  Subscriptions- now duo may be  paid to E. S. Whitaker."    ' '  \������  BUILDING OPERATIONS.  J. P. Forde, C. 15,'; is getting out the  plans for the buildine. The directors  have determined on erecting a portion  of the,building this fall, and tho^site  is now being excavated for the purpose.  Tbcsize of the building.' now to , be  erected.will be, 40ft by .00ft., Hi the  basement will" be a swimming* pool,  shower baths, locker room'and bowling  alley. The bowling alley will be' extended out to make the required length,  of 80ft.' .'   \ u  ���������The upper-room  will be  used as  ti  gymnasium, and/a temporary petition  will be run across to provide the ollice  . i * .-  and reading room.  The directors estimate $20,000 will  be required to carry out their plans of  providing ii first-class Y. M. C. A.  building foi", the city, and they hope  all ,who can, assist^ them in ��������� achieving  this result will cheerfully contribute  to the best,of their ability.  -J. H.'Lyons, who attended . the' Y.  j\I.C.A.':railway convention at Detroit,  leturned home Monday. "-He arranged  with'Mr.'Moore', international railway  Yl M.--C. A. secretary,- to visit"--Kevel-  stoke and give the local board {.the  benefit of his'experience.    . '���������   *  -    /^-. fy~'        'a "      /- '���������'      ,   ri'&r/f-7 A  a^tMJ/ -Mas .*     , J% ouAy tf- et>0-ircL> -fect> ,-C>d  J.  &jMfa������<, .-/friasfy, ',  Wtimmm:  f'-HODNEY BISCUIT*CANDY.Ycq'Y  r STRATFtiRDYYpANADA  VY;;   ���������<  Value  Mooney's Perfedion Cream '  Sodas   are    crisp, squares |  of wholesome nourishment.  They   are   the   food   that |  ��������� builds strength and muscle.  They 'are as easily digested  by, the   child %) and    invalid  ���������as by the-sturdy workman.  ���������They contain ALL the food  properties "of finest Cana^  "dian wheat flour, in a form  I;that  delights   the .appetite.  1   Always fresh and crisp in ,  the moiaure'proof packages.  At^all ��������� grocers in their -  hygienic packages.   -,  GANADiAN METAL COMPANY,; LTD.,  SME". CL, TERS,' FRANK,    ALTA..       , '    ,,  SIR WILLIAM.MULJDCKTn,  ' t ' - - ��������� i  Retires^fri-rmPublic Life.  The news of the-retirement of Sir  William' Miilock from, the Laurier  Cabinet will be leceived with universal regret. Sir William is the ablest  postmaster-general Canada has had:  He has seen 21 years of clean and useful public life. He will -resign his  seat in the Commons. Sir William's  retirement is forced upon him by- ill  health and theadviceof his physicians.  BRICKS!  20S  BUYERS OF  Zinc-bearing Silver-Lcacl Ores.:   Properties carrying Zinc-  . ���������   '  ,. '     Ores bonded, developed and,purchased. "    r ���������    ��������� \  FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE  GIVEN.  IVowners of mineral properties carrying zinc-bearing'ores  in'payable quantities.    Send particulars, of zinc ores and  ,.  .'.,.  ". '���������'.: ,properties to, '"    ','     ; ���������"  "   ���������      '.'   ,\   . ���������''    ',"- y-E: A. HAGGEN,- Revelstoke. '-. ,,'  "   .Agent for Canadian Metal Company1  ���������   for North East Kootenay, North West Kootenay and Yale.  ORIENTAL HOTELi  ,  ..     -���������    ably furnished with the choicest, the market  /    .., ( ,-,'��������� affords.'   Best, Wines, "Liquors, &' Cigars.. '  ���������'  Rates $ i'a"day.    Monthly ratel y ~      '.-",    .;'      "  ' y  J".   -ALBERT ���������    ST03STE3      PEOP:  ^ The Best Clay in Okanagan Valley,  Well-burnt Bricks in large or t>mnll  quantities at reasonable prices.'  .'. ENDERBY BMCK &TILE CO.,  009jt-17 Bnderby, B. C. - t  J.  JL  e  BEST   BY TEST  NAKUSP.  Alphonsus De Feo-  .     PROFESSOR     -  - "'    OF'P/ANO'        !  o .    ,      ���������._ ^  -   Lessons SOcTEachl  Given at Mr. Dominic Gallicono,  near Station.  Music supplied'at "At Homes'-' and  I Dances.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  Tho only aofo effeotunl monthly  j. medicine on which women can  dopond. Sold in two degrees of  strength���������No. 1, for ordinary  cases, Jl per box; No: 2, 10. decrees stronger for Special  Cases, $3 per bos." Sold hy all  drugnUits. Ask for Cook's Cotton Boot Compound; take no  substitute.  The Cook Medicine Co.'.     AVlndsor, Ontario.  J: LECKIE W, tlD.,  ..P   SellingfAgents forJthe WesV   '  Vancouver. B,' C>'  I  Victorious "Through Merit.  fi--  TRAIL SMELTER  Extensive Additions to Capacity  Tbo dilflition to (be Iciul icfinciy  plant of the Oiiniidiiin Kmi:!l.inj< worki  fit, Tniil, mndo to incren.ic: it.H nipiioity  from twenty to fifty tons of lend si fl;iy  Iiiii been completed. A portion of  the addifcionnl plant is nlrcndy in use,  nnd within ;i short time it will all be  in (service.  The task of ' ndding an Additional  copper-furnace' is making .'good progress and it will not be long.before it  iH finished. The furnace is of liirj!u;  size and will incroaHC the capacity of  the plant by about 300 toils a day.  From Our Own Correspondent.  D. T. Bulger returned from his trip  to Portland. Mrs. Bulger and children remained to visit friends at  Seattle and Port Townsend.  The Misses Ella and Viola Thompson, accompanied by their uncle, P.  Malcolm, returned from visiting  friends at the coast. -  It is reported the new daily train  and steamboat service between Nakusp  and Nelson will take * effect about  Xov. Lit.  Rev. Mr. Simpson, of Arrowhead,  spent a few days in town the guest of  Kev. 1). K. Allan.  Sam Harlow has purchased a handsome new middle horse.  I'lime Rumor -"ays a wedding will  take place shortly in Nakusp.  J. A. McKinnon and Frank Henton  ipent a few days in i^wti last week.  Mrn. J. A. Stoba and Mr. Sjtoha's  mother, who have been visiting Mr.  and Mrf. Robt, 'ilendmining for some  time, returned to their borne in Nelson.  Cipt r'.irHbmd, nho bun. bad charge  of the ���������> - RewlMuke .ill summer, U  back .ig.tiii on the s. s. Ro������idnnd.  W'm R<;ith, who has been very ill  in (hi: Arrowhead hospital, we are  plea-ed to .Jay it rapidly recovering.  When You Have a Bad Cold  OCEAN- STEAMSHIPS.  'v oyal Mall Linos.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.,  ALLAN LINE���������From Montreal.  VicLorian Sept. 2!)  Bavarian .' Oct,  (1  Virginian <:. Oct. IU  Tunisian Oct. 20  Victorian Oct. 29  CAN. PAC. ATLANTIC S. S.-Kroni Montreal  Lake Chaniplain Sept. 28  Lake Krio Oct. 12  Lake Manitoba .Oct, 19  DOMINION.LINE-From Montreal.  Dominion Septal  OtlJi������ii Sept. ill)  Kensington Oct. 7  Cnnnil.i Oct. 11  South ward Oet.-2l  Dominion Oct. 28  AMERICAN LINK���������Krom Now York.'  St. Paul Sojit, 30  "'"   "    '  Oct. 7  . OXYDONOR ti-nunplis through meritr-for years  it Ims'bceii Hie life, guard of-more than a million".  iiltkoiis: It is the cinbodimciiL of the highest law"  known lo human science.- In it iu concentrated the '���������  oxiiericnce of the Krcalest, scientist of the age''A';  labor of love for humanity.  No'other agency for-health'has so many faithful'  rricndh���������none other deserves so many.  OXYDONORinstilb new life into the system; regone'r-'*  ates, leinvigorntcs and vitalizes every organ into tho"  .-,,,.. ,, ,   . . Proper discharge'of the function for which Nature  intended '.hem.   lis u������c brings vigorous healt.li with all tlie vigorous activity that mnkos life <  worth living..'   .... ' . "'     ,     * ,  no'danger,  'TAADS MARK .nCGISTEREO NOV. 34, 100ft,  mailed free.  i    No matter what disease you have, this is the only natural euro for it.    Thoro is  no pain, no doctor nor medicine in using OXYDONOI5. -  It will last a lifetime and serve the wholo family.   SEND TO-DAY for book 4'J  Write ns a description ot your case.  '.    > INFLAMMATORY  RHEUMATISM"."  Mr. Jas. Anson, Itosslaiid, Jl. (J..Can., writes, March ll���������1901:."Somo five years ago I got.  Oxydonor for my. wife who was suffering from fomnlo���������weakness.'"-Aftora week's use tho doctor '  himself was surprised to Hnd such a change, iu fact it was enough to induce him to got an - ���������  Oxydonor for Ins bister. , ��������� '  '''v.sll0rt.1 imo llK������ "'5' ',;ir'! lli'(l a������ at.tack of inflammatory rheumatism. She could not walk h  and.her joints wore, much swollen. She applied Oxydonor, and before .night the pain had)  cciu>cd,and next morning there was very little swelling, and she could walk as-well as over.!  She hnd a similar attack bofore we got Oxydonor, and was under a,doctor's care, for a month.!  and Miflercd ngoine.s.  " It has cured mo ot a severe cold."  ��������� ' BEWARE OF DANGEROUS AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.  The genuiiit, hus the namu of." Dr. H.-Sanehe & Co.," plainly stamped on itS'metuljParts: _  Dr.' HJ SANCHE & Co.,      '. 2267 St. CATHERINE :ST.,' MONTREAL.'  New York,  SI. Louis   Philadelphia   St. I'.ml   WHirE STATt LINE-  Teutonic   Oceanic   Majestic   Ilaltic    Teutonic   ..Oot.  II   Oct. 21   Oct. 28  -Krom New York.   Sept. 29   Oct.  I   Oct.'U   Oct. 18   Oct.27  CUNAItl- LINE-b'rom Now York.  Elriirin Sept. ItO  Campania  ! Oct. 1  (Jinhrhi Oct  1  (jacoiila Oct.    I  Ktrurln Oct.   7  I'.iH-mngers ticketed through to all partH of  Great ilritaln and Ireland, and at specially low  rntcHto all parts of the European couth ent.  Apply to noarost railway or Hteainship agenti or  T.  W. BUADSHAW, Agont,   Ro olstolco  W. P. F   CUIWMINOS.   Pnolflo   Agent  Leading Dressmakers?  .and I/adies! Tailors use Belding's.Silk-'on theirysmartest-strfta; 5  !-.' gowns and waists.    They know that   , ������  ;Beldittg?si Spool SMfe  g.^sews smoothly and evenly���������is free of knots and kinks���������runs freely  ���������in the highest speeded sewing-machines without breaking.  - That ls a hint worth following  - ' to lliose-v.-l'.o sew r.t home,  ry desired color, shade and  ��������� hand and machine stitch-  cmbroidcry. -  ; stores everywhere sell Dcltilng's Silk."  ic:  IVrhoiih i'i'i|iiirin^ 11 iii|������|ily nf ice cnii  ilcpi'Mil   on ���������������������! (irite   id |ii'oiii|il Iy   I'miii  TTSE!  Yoi w.int >t I'ciiifdy tli.it will not  niily ������ivt! rjuick ruliof but, f.fiwX ii pf r-  rmi ncrir. cure.  You wurit ti remedy tliat will relieve  thf lungs (inrl keep rxpeotomtiori cany.  You wnnt (i remedy that wili count-  er.ict.uiy tendency to wards-piioiirrionia.  You want a remedy tliat in [ileiwant,  and safe to take.  Oliairilierliiiri'HCoiiKh remedy moots  all these. rcq.uiromonts and for the  Hpoedy and . permanent euro; of. had  colda ntim'(lH':witliout.ii poor. For Bale  fiy all ilruggjats.  Crow^n  oap  A nd save . Wrapper for .Premiums.  ROYAL CROVVNYSOAr has no equal  on the. uiarkct. Drop, us a card and  wo will tniiil you a catalogue illustrating tho bountiful premiums we offer.  The Royal Soap,Co.,  Vancouver, B. C. Limited  ������9^*W������^W������������r^W������*Vtt1^'*9*??:*?r&,  BRAND AOCOI  C     a2V#r*������3^&&. Would'nt you like w  to hare one of these Gcaa&Coneesi Aecor-  dion������?   W������ are girfag tben awny ob*������-  lutely������r������e to tboae vtoo gw>c ua a araail  amount of their time. We ace detenraaed  by our liberaHty to jntipdnme oor fnxaooa I  , Good Hops Wagitabto PWta inftoevesy  home. These Pt& are *48paendid Bemedy  for all weak nd impose condhkos of i  the Blood, Indigestion, Stomch Uroable,  Constipabon, Weakness and ail Vkryotul  Jjuwroers. iney aie eoritjrsold.  Soad us  no money, just tow name and address  and we witt s������b4 y������a Et^M Boxoc of  Famous R*modi*s.  Sell them at 25c. per box (������besc������re our reguhu-  b*������'.)   When we reccire the money for the Pills wbiefa we will send  you immediately after you have sold the 8 boxes and returned the $2. to  us, we will then promptly send you one of these Grand Conoort Aoeor- _  J dlons. They hare handsome ebonlzed case, 10 nickel keys, 2 stops, double 1  bellows, full rich tone, and will delight and satisfy you.   Our methods I  , we honest and we mean just what we'say.    Don'������ miss this ohanoa.  i Write us to^ay aad be the first in your lrcalhy.  ���������!  i  fi.  IV'  .A  YttpOD HOpE.RCMEDY.Cc.Dopt.  MOMTWa A!o* CAf^.'  mm rf������t  ���������~.   . *7A-    ���������  ������������������  /-WrJ"? ���������������*������(*'  r������ tl  THE KOOTEMYTMAIL  'M>  ��������� .������������������������  v..  'f  l.  ������  i>,V  ,      BV fiOY0tl. WARRANT, MILLERS TO H.R.H. THE PRJHCE_ OF WALES    i  1 ' t        .  v Good?] Breads sHould" please  the Eye as wellWthe Palate.  ' Why does the dainty housewife delight in"  snowy riapery,' glittering cut-glass, Burnished,  silver, delicate- china; arid-1"-all-'other, table"  allurements, dear- to feminine-hearts ? ���������  And. what-man ;does not appreciate- table*  i beauty? <  It is, not that we appreciate theappearance,  of our- food almosT-as much.as the taste of it?,  Bread' may,. be. ever. so. wholesome, - well-  ', flavored and;made of scientifically milled flour,  but with all these qualities-we-want .it \.olook.\  ���������dainty,  appetising,', snowy-white,- with nut- ,  v brown crusty and De firm and silky,in,texture.  ; . #' Royal Household .'Flour- makes jusVthat  kind oi bread.  The eledtrical purification and Sterilization  of Royal HouseholdYFlour- makes it yield not'  onIy,r absoluteJy- pure" bread, but bread of  , snowy whiteness., and. beautiful texture���������_  bread, that, will /grace-, the'prettiest'table* or  give beauty- to. the'humbled: meal served on - -k  the plainest dishes: ���������    ' , - '.      .   '   ���������  '. . You canrprove this by,trying a-25 lb. bag.'\  ^���������you.must have flour, why--riot������have the  beit   c ���������' *     '. ' ' j '    '  Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour.  METHODIST..CHURCH, REVELSTOKE.  , The power plant will consist of four  boilers, two'engines coupled, 16x18 in.  in'cylinders, and capable of producing  300horse power.    ���������  ,   '   '      , '''  MINING MATTERS  drifts:  *  J;-P.- Kennedy-has   been ,, getting  .y'so'me high' assays, on   ore   from, the  "   Jumbo claim  which   he .'owns, near  Illecilliwaet, the values being. mainly  in'silver/, though  gold  and copper is  also present. s. This^ ore has assayed  300   ozs. iu; silver,; and "$214 in^total  i%' -values. c ' s    '  18 inches,of ore running-1)90 a ton  have been found on the Mother Lode  at Poplar.  G. Huston,-,- editor   of -,the.,-Mihing  Standard, is rendering splendid service  toV'the   silver-lead ' zinc   interests   of  ���������  ��������� Kootenay. ���������   Mr.' Huston- 'has   been  ' making an' exhaustive   investigation  forihimself and the Standard has been  a .veritable compendium  of informa-  ��������� tion on this class of mining.  H. Floyd, secretary to the -Board of  Trade, has received intimation that  the zinc commission will visit Revel-  Btoke. All who are acquainted with  the zinc ores 'of the district or are  interested in zinc-bearing properties,  should supply Mr. ��������� Floyd with the  fullest information available and be  prepared to meet the commission aud  give evidence before them on their  visit here. Now that winter is coni-  ing on it will be impossible for the  commissioners to visit the _ properties  as most of them are under ,snow, but  if the best information available is  supplied .-it cannot' but have good  results.  W. A. Dier has'-interested 'Philadel-  ^ phia capital to the extent of $600,000  to re-open  the Mt; Sicker mine on  Vancouver Island.  A good strike of ore assaying 374 ozs.  "of silver is reported from   the Enterprise at Ten-Mile.  J. W. Ward, of Butte, representing  American capital, has located ten  copper claims in the Highland Valley  belt, within two and a half miles of  the Canadian Pacific .Railway, and  seventeen miles west of Aahcroft. He  considers the oie of much  average value than that obtai  the Butte mines.  The molybdenum property, Highland Valley, operated by the Tamarac  Company, shows improvement with  depth. One ton of tho ore has been  shipped to New York. 11 is valued at  between .15300 and .?100.  higher  0 -ii ri  LUMBERING.  An Improved Outlook.  The Cranbrook Herald says :  "Prices for some time past have  been knocked into a cocked hat. Tho  prices that have prevailed would not  warrant any manufacturer to sacrifice  his limits. There havo been several  causes for this. The only market  British Columbia has is the prairie,  and until the crop question was settled  the prairie * was an nhknown proposition. .. Retailers were: not.,buying  any more'than they could" possibly  help, and "were -pounding down-the  prices .to the lowest ebb., This would  have'righted Itself had not it been for  a few* manufacturers who were compelled to sell'as they needed the cash  Their"reductions" went a'-long , way.to  demoralize the market'and the resulting conditions made it,,hard for the  retailer as'well -as for the manufacturer. At the present time prices are  rapidly going up ou' the--other side,  so 'the danger , of ' lumber from" the  United States -flooding the .prairie is  being gradually lessened by' this fact.  rVgaiu.: the. big , crop ( all over the  prairie country means that there'-will  be an immense' amount of ��������� building.  The stocks of the retailers are low and  they must replenish. This combination of circumstances gives a brighter  hue to the-future for. the lumbermen.  Were this not the case only those who  are pressed" so hard by"pending obligations as to make it necessary to sell  to raise cash, would -think of sawing  or selling the stock' on hand. A  change must -.come to give the relief  that is necessary to make the business  return sufficient - to warrant the investment of capital,and brains to keep,  things moving the coming six months  and-', that * change must be in the  nature* of an increase in prices that  will'give the lumberman a chance to  get a run for his money. The retailer  on the prairie has been making from  $7' to $10 a thousand, while the manufacturer, without enough margin to  keep the' banks from counting the  sawlogs ou hand every thirty days, has  been held up. as a grasping monopolist rolling in wealth."  .  BIG EDDY MILL  Will put in Up-to-Date Plant.  C. F. Lindmark returned from  Minneapolis Monday, having completed'arrangements for the reconstruction of the Revelstoke Lumber  Co.'s mill nt the Big Eddy. A start  was made Wednesday with laying off  ;thc millhitc, and the plant will lie  ordered and construction put in hand  so that the mill, may lie ready for  operating in the spring.  A logging camp was started on the  Jordan last week and will be operated  this'winter.  The company yesterday placed with  H. G. Gilmour, agent for the Waterous  Engine Works, the order for their new  plant which will include the following : 8 ft. double cutting latest improved band saw, 3-block steel carriage, heaviest" big Champion edger  liko tho fine machine put in by the  Mundy Lumber Co., 5-saw slab slasher,  ���������1-saw trimmer, very heavy log haul-up  with rolls inside,mill so the logs can  bo cut while on tho rolls by means of  a steam jump saw. -The mill will be  thoroughly equipped with steam  niggors, steam kickers, and steam log  roll;  ARROWHEAD. LUMBER&C0.y  , Deal on for their Mill.  ii ���������.   <      ,   '  Duluth, Minn., Oct. 8.���������Duluth and  Superior parties have, just secured an  option to buy the timber and sawmill  of the Arrowhead Lumber Co. at Arrowhead, B. C. The deal .involves  ���������|S(j50,000.' ''The timber consists of a'  billion feet, principally cedar, and the  sawmill has a capacity of 200,000. feet  adiiy. d  It  now-looks as if the party  i I., i  which is composed of A;1' .Gowan .and  C. L. Twohey, of Duluth"; .Tlibmn  Kileen, 'of Superior; James B. Mc-  Co'rmick'i and '. A. C. Underbill, of  Dutledge, Minn., will take 'the property.' ' "',  " It is " understood., that, there,-is-no  doubt the Minnesota ���������meiir- will' take  the pine and mill if Mr. McCormick  will consent to move to Arrowhead  and take charge of the mill and, logging operations. r ,  , Mr. Gowan already owns limits on  Pingston Creek! y r _  CHIPS.     .  I The manager of the Arrowhead  Lumber Company, Mr. Avery, informs  us the mill is making the excellent  average cut of about 100,000 feet a  day.      '       '   .      ���������-���������-' ''   ���������/ "'     "  S The price of logs is expected to ��������� advance $1.50 ra 1000 ft. at the coast.  ' The cylinder head.of an-engine at  the~Kamlbops"sawmiirblew off 'breaking'in fifty-pieces, some of which were  driven .through two-inch planks. The  engineer was hit and had a narrow  escape. ' >   .   \     '  '     a  METHODIST CHURCH.  i The''Methodist Cliurch is now on  the'move from its old site on the  river bank to the new site on Second  Street. A. F. Lundcll has the'contract for.moving the building. The  church was the original' place of  .worship in the city and has occupied  its old site for 15 years, having been  built in 1890. The Methodists form  one of the strongest and most progressive religious bodies of'the city,  and we wish them a continuance of  their prosperous and harmonious  work. '  ' No Poison in Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy.  , Fjoin Napier, New Zealand, Herald;  Two years ago (he Pharmacy Hon id of  New South Willi's, Austmliii, hnd an  anahsis mnde of all the cough' medicines that were sold in that marl-el..  Out of tlie'eiilire libt they found only  one that 'they declared w.is entirely  free from all poitous. This exception  was ChumliciIain's* Cough Hemedy,  made by. the Chamberlain Medicine  Company, ,I)c& Moines, Iowa, U. S. A  The absence of all narcotics make I hit-  remedy the safest aiid best that can he  had; and it is with a feeling'of security that any mother can give it to  her little ones.., Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy is especially recommended hy  its makcisfor coughs, colds, croup nnd  whooping cough. This remedy is. for  sale by all'druggists.        '  OUR  MEN'S  10 INCH  LOGGERS  Owing to the large (increase itr^,  our Bakery'Business we have been ;,  ' obliged to do away with  all  old-'" ;  time   methods   and)* instal   new  machinery, of   the  latest    type,  which places us in a  position to  cope with any like concern in the '  ,  province   Call and Inspect Our Goods.,  A Swell Assortment) to Choose  '  From.. Satisfaction:-. Guaranteed-  jr      RAIL AND STEAMER.  i Tlie conductors of western lines are  in conference with Second Vice-President Whyte and other oflicials to have  certain rules and conditions "in .force  also applied to the Pacific-, division.  Cordial relations exist. Pellelies, of  Fort William,.- is ..chairman. The  others'are: Herchhier, Kamloops;  Peck, Nelson; -JJrquhart, Revelstoke;  Bourne' and Purdy, Vancouver.  ,  PILOT BAY  SMELTER  To be Operated-by Canadian  Metal Company. ���������  -' The smelter at Pilot Bay, which has  been, idle for seven,years, will soon be  in operation again. C. Fernau, manager of the Canadian Metaf Company,  already having,-one smelter for zinc  reduction at Frank nearly ready for  work, has secured control .of the Pilot'  Bay plant which will form an important factor in his big schemes of  mineral development. .  ��������� The company ��������� have purchased  several zinc-producing properties in  the neighbourhood of the smelter.  .From our own correspondent.  v. The continued wet weather is greatly retarding the harvesting of - vegetables. Messrs. E: Erickson and R.  W. Bruhn are each getting out a carload this week.1-" '   .  Alan 'Fraser's telegraph gang came  in on Thursday .last and.stayed until  Monday evening.  The rain is having deleterious effect  on the new steel bridge put up this  summer, rust is showing in large  patches.  ���������   G. R. Bayues is busy erecting a new  house on his homestead.  A. Johnson is also busy on his  homestead.  S. Mcllvanie came in on No. i)G  Sunday morning having been carried  on to Sicnmous on No. 97 Satin day  night. Probably the station is so  email conductors forget Malnkwa is on  the schedule, however we have a large  name board going up on the station  bo there will be no excuse.  '    CONDUCTOR HERCHMER,     r-  Representing Brotherhoods of Trniumon  and  '    Conductors al Winnipeg.  R. McLennan,is relieving R. Urqu-  ha'rt *as freight' conductor and E.  Bongard is relieving Conductor Herch-  nier as.,^passenger * conductor, while  these two are attending the conference  at Winnipeg.  Tuesdays trains were delayed .by a  'washout at No. 2 shed.     ��������� _v  The C. P. R. have put a 'steam-  shovel at work to cut away the bank  bethind the new station.  The plans will be out in few days  for anothea ten miles of the Midway-  Vcruon railway, and the road will be  completed in 15 months,  A fall of rock occurred on the C. P.  R. main line near Hope, and but for  the promptitude of a nearby resident, a  serious accident might have  resulted.  The C. P. R. is calling for tenders  for additions to their hotels at BanfV  and Lake Louise.  VERNON ASSIZES  Indian Sentenced to Death.  The court of assizes held in Vernon  Wednesday had the following results :  Wild Aleck, an Indian charged with  the murder of Hopkins, an Indian, at  at the head of Oknnagan Lake last  April, was found guilty and sentenced  to be hanged on January 5th at Kamloops.  Wallace, school teacher at Enderby,  charged with indecent assault on  school girls, was sentenced to four  years in penitentiary. He was pronounced as having a weak mind by  the doctors.  Cadden, a young man charged with  using the mails for conveyance of immoral matter, was dismissed.  Morris vs.'Williams for slander, and  WiUiama.,v8. Morris were set for Friday,  Prom Ihe New Province Capital  Dr. W. D. Cowan of.ftasbutexpresses  typical Western taste.  Western people ajjuiuittA-tiiH/n everything else for their de-roe ror the very  beit in the way of things which go to  make up their home surroundings. A  large part of the year ha* to be spent iu  the home and they betfewe that nothing  is too good to make batae cttractive.       ,  That Dr. W. D. CosEH,,a most proml-  nent Westerner, should prefer the New  Scale Williams to any other piano bears  out this Company's etui lent kin that the  New Scale Williams is pse-sminently the  Great Canadian Instrument, as the fol-  o wing letter showa>���������  "The New Scale waiiama Manothatl  purchased from you recently phases us  iii erery particular and I cfieerfnfly ������*-  contractu! this make of piano to any one  HimMng of purcfaasiiM-one. I considered  very carefully all other makes before  buying mine, and decided upon ������ New  Scala Williams as the best investment  for my money. It has the richest tone,  and In every way it is superior to anything I have seen and it gives me great  pleasure to recommend it Wishing you  continued success, I remain,"  1 Yours respectfully,  Da. W. D. Cowan.  The Williams Piano  Co., of Oshawa, publish   three   booklets  on   the   history and  construction of pianos!  which should be read!  by all contemplating  the   purchase   of  piano.   They are sent  free on request, or can  1>j obtained from the -teat- wjumoamn.  Lewis Bros., Revelstoke.  Here's a snap! Two papers for the  pi ice of one. For 50 cents the Kooti:-  nay Mail and Family Herald and  Weekly Star.will be sent you from now  till'January 1st, 1906. Remit to Mail  ffice.  QEALKD TKNDKRS ii<l(lros,c<l lo 1 liu midcr-  IO hi(,'iie(l. and endoi-nccl "Tomler for Indian  and Klsliuilcs olllco HldR.. Nmv Wcslninihtor,  II.C." will lio locciral at tliis olllco ui.til Hulur-  dsy, October 21. IIKI5, incliihively, for Iho con-  Htnicllon of Indian and Kihliorios olllco HIiIk.,  Now WoMniinsloi'.  I'lansand hliccillciition to lio huun mill forms  of lender obtained at this Ilupiulinonl, al. the  ollice of O. A. ICoefer, l'H(|��������� itesidunl I'ntflncci-,  Now Wc-iliniiihler, It. tl.  I'crHoiih leiiderliiK aio notilled that lenilois  will not. lio considered unless made on'the  printed foi ins supplied, and signed wltlitholi-  actual hlKiial.ui us. ' ,  Kach tender must lie accompanied by an  accepted che'iuo ou a chartered bank-, made  payable lo tho order of Ihe Honorable the  .Minister of���������l'ubIlc Works, ci|iiul to Ion nor  cunt. (Id p.e.l'ol'lliu amount of the tender,  whioh will bo forfeited if thopaity teudeiini;  decline into n contiact when called upun tn do  so, or if fall to complete tho work contracted  for. If the louder be not accepted tho cheque  will be icturiiod.   .  The department, due.- not'bind itself lo accept t he lowest, or any tender, i  Hy Older,  iJ-'RKIl G101.INAS, ���������  , i       --'.-.- Secret nrj.    '  Deiiuilinonl, of I'nlilio Worts,-.    ��������� -    '  Ottawa, Sept. 20th, UK).*. ., .    -  N'uw-iiiupcif< insurlhiK this advertisement  without authority fiom the Department will  not be paid for it. . 'il'Octll  M. J. Henry's  Nurseries arid Greenhouses  1 :������J10 Wt-slminster Koiid,    '  !; VANCOUVER,   -    B.C.  M.iin NuiVltj' for Fruit Slock���������Soulh  Vancouver',- one inilu south oL city.  Brunches at Victoria .-md M.'its<|iii for  Seeds and Nursery, Stork glowing.  ISxtiM large plniilimr for Fall delivery.  One year apple, 'I to C feet, $10 to $12  per 100; apple. 2, 3 and 4 years old, $I.S  to $20 per 100; Miiyniud Plum $llr-i'ch.  Large ' impoi tation of'Bulbs from  Japan,-Holland and France.'  Extra nice choice of, Cherry, Pe.ich,  Plum, Apricots, etc., now p-rowimr. for  fall ordris. No expense, loss> or ilel.iy  of fumigation or inspection.  ��������� Let me price youi list before placing  your order. Catalogue' free. Greon-  ,house Plants, Floral Work,,Bee Supplies, Fruit packages, Fertilizers' etc.  Garden,cField and Flower Seeds in  season.     ' ,  '   '  -.    ' M. J. HENRY;  3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver,13. C.  You can havo a pair of Logging  Boots made,to order and pay double  the price of Leckie Boots, but you  cannot secure stronger footwear.  r The picture shows one of our, best  lines. A word of description: MEN'S  12 INCH LOGGEKS; whole'foxed  with lish grain.vamp; has rex chrome  log and bellows tongue to the top;  very heavy pegged sole; made on'a  broad toe last. ' Your dealer will show  it lo you, if you nsk him^to do so.  Manufactured by". ,  ���������  J. LECKIE Co.L,d  VANCOUVERi B. C.   '  H0BS0N, &- BELL  MOVED!  TO THE  UNION HOTEL"- AND  .  ,"   RESTAURANT.   . ���������'���������  " ,  - ��������� -i  Mrs. R.' K. McKittiuck  ".     \, *       ;,    r     ia-  - Banquets,-Theatre Parties and,  Private Suppers a specialty.''  Mecahnics, Farmers, Sportsmen  To heal and soften the skin and remove grease, oil and rust stains, paint  and earth, etc, use the ("Master MoY  chnnic's Tar Soap. Albert Toilet Soap  Co., manufacturers.  Wood's PfcospTicSlfle,  The Great English Remedy.  A positivo cure for all forma of  ^^^^ ^_. Soxual Woakncss.'Mental nnd  bbkorb and AFizn Brain Worry, Emissions, Sptr-  viatorrhoca, Impotency, KiFocta of AbMO or  Excess, all of which load to Consumption,  Iuflrmlty, Insanity and an oarly cravo. Price  SI per pkg., six for $5- One will plaaso, six-will  cure. SoTdbyalldrUBgistB or mailed in plain  package on receipt of pneo. Writo for Famphlot.  The Wood Medicine Co.. -WlndBor, Ontario.  It should ha fcwrne ia Mini that  .. every old weakens the tanga, towels the vitality oad ju-tpaio the  > syatea fox the mm senass, dbv  eases, among wMck ate the  two  > greatest destroyers ������f fanausa life,  pneumonia aai mnsmetytiao.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has woo ita peat popularity hy its  prompt carta of this most common  ailment. K afcb expecteratiea, relieve* Um brags and opeas the  secretions, affecting a tpctdy and -  permAacat curs. It oosniezacta  any tendency toward paanauads.  Price *5c. Urge Sis������ 5������c  Just"received���������New Fall"     <-  WALLPAPERS  - ^       i-i  Selections from English Manufacturers  of note for 1905-6.    Suitable for every  room in the house.'1 '.  SOMETHING  DIFFERENT  In'Florals,'Stripes, Satins and^Silk  Fabrics, Chintz, Musjins and Cretonne  effects, MicaetteStripes, Moire Antique  in White, Cream and Silver. Imitation  Ingrains,, Burlaps, Varnished' Tiles,  Two'Tone Effects, etc., in the most  fascinating pattern-yet devised,by the  / wallpaper artist.    i  . ROOM-MOULDINGS;  -TO HARMONIZE?.  Let us figure with you.  ,y     ,       SAMPLES FKEE.      '     ���������  i'- j ���������//". i  ' '*-}. y ���������  ������ ii i oit i \.it r.  ,'U'l  EUROPEAN AGENCY  indents promptly executed at lowest  cash prices for all kinds of British and  Continental goods, including;���������  Iioots, Shoes and Leather.  Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries.  Chin/i, rc.ii'thenware and Glassware.  Drapery, Millineiy and .Piece Goods,  Fancy Goods-, Peil'umerv and Station-  .���������   t ery.  Hardware nnd Machinery,  Photographic and Optical Goods,  Provisions and Oilmen's Stores,  "i ' etc., etc.  Commission 2J per cent to 5 per cent  Trade Discounts allowed.  - Original invoices supplied.  Special Quotations on Demand..  Sample cases from ������10 upwards  Consignments of Produce Sold on  Account.  WILLIAM WILSON & SONS  (Established 1SU)  25 Abcluii-cli Lane, London, E. C.  C.-ililc Addiess: "Anxuaiiik, London."'  Trademarks  and Copyrights  COUiilriuR.  TELEGRAPHERS  NEEDED  Ainiiiiilly, lo Illi Hie new pusltlonx uruiilud by  Itnilway mill Tclr-Jiuiili ("miiiiitiiiuH. Wo wnnl  YOUNG MEN mill LADIES of Kood lii'liilx, lo  LEARN TELEGRAPHY  &  R. R. ACCOUNTING  Wr furnish 7.) pur renl.o" I liu Oprinloih nnd  Slnl Iin AKunt-s in Ami'ilcii. Our sl<c hcIiooIhiu-u  I Im Im kumI cvcliiMivc'ri'liwnpli Sclioolh 1N 'I'I 110  WOUIjI). Kslnblislicil 'Jl yrnis and oinloi-.c;<l  liy nil IctulliiK KnllHiiy Olllciiils.  WeoM'tnilc a ?-2.V) liond lo every siliili-nt I"  fiiiiii-.il Iiiin or her a position pivyinif fi om 810  to Wi a month in Hint us wist uf the Hooky  MniiiiUiiiis or fiom S7.i lo SUKI n moiilli in  Stilton wist of tho Koekies, IMUKI'IATKLY  Ul'ON OKAI-UATION.  titiidoiiUeiiiiijiitci- ntnny time. No vacations.  For full parlieiilars lX'KiiiiliiiBiiny of our^cliouls  write ulrcel to our o\ecutise olllco at Cincinnati, O.   CuUiIoKiio fi cc  The Morse School of Telegraphy  Buffalo, N.Y.  La Crosse, Wis.  San Francisco, Cal.  Cincinnati, Ohio.  Atlanta, Ga.  Tetarkana, Tox.  181 U Nov.  Tho Muster Mechnnicn 1'uro Tar Soap heala  and uoftoiiB tho skin, Willie prompi y clcanning  it of greaao, oil, niHt, otc. Invaluablo for me  ohanfes, farmcro, sportmnon. Kroo "amp'o ol  rocolptof 2c.'for postage Albort follot Soap  ..v., manufaoturera, Montreal.  PATENTS  ' obUilncd in all c  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Meehiinlcal Attorney and Knifinccr.  Kooin :i, Knlrllelil.Hlock, GninvllloHL, near P.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  postcard  will scciiro an evening appoint  itieut for those who cannot call during tho day  o'.VO-'Slsi    OK -UliOUiuA.T'ONS    GO\'-  JJltN'lAG   TUld   Ultfl'OSi,VL,' OF   XX)~  M IS LUX      JUA-N'DS      WiTiilN-    'L'LUZ,  lt-VlJ^WAV   ASKiyj.'   IN   TilK   l'KOV-.  INOIJ  OF liK'Timi OOL.UAU31A.  ,, A ntjlANSE   io  cut tlmocr cuu   Imj nc-  iiuli-ud   only   at   jiulpIic   coniputlUou.     A  iviit.il ,01   fc> por  wiuaro  milu iB.coarBea  Tor all   iiiabui   burlus  except  tiiosu auu-  aiod west ol -.'alu for.wlilch the,rental Is  at me ratoi ut 5 cents per ucre per ajinum.  in audition  lb   Ule .leiitul,  uuea  m.  iae.c  foiiowintr rales ai'e ahurt'ed:���������.  t>.iwii   lumber,   WI, cents   per   thousand  feet  LS.M.  uuliwj.y ilea, elflit and nine feet loii������,  a l-J .ma 1>3-1 cents oacli.  .   aiiiiitfle Uults,'.^- cell 13 a cord.-  !   All oilier products,  0  per  cent on   tie  liales. -, i.  '   A license is issued bO toon as a  berih  Is fe'i-anted,   but In' surveyed,leiriiory  no   -  .Liiiiuer  can   be cut on a  uertli'until  U������i  'licensee lias made a survey ihereor. '  '   i'eriiills  lo cut tiiBber aie also granted^  at ijuollo cuinpeiliion, except In tne'' cise  ,  bi actual   someis,   wlio   require  tuei tim-  uei   loi   men, own use.        , ,  j-taettleri Ltinti   others   may   also* obtain  'peimiiVto'cui-up io luO cords .of wood^tor  sale    willioul   ulinpetitlon.  < 'ine  uu������  payaole   under, a permit aro-  fl.ou per  tnousand feet ii.il., lor square?  unrwei- 'and   sawlogs   ol 'any   wood> ������-;  cepi oak; iiom.1-1; io 1 1-2 cents per.iineal^  idol  lor   bulldmi; logs;   irom li 1-2  lo ij  Ce-nis per 'coi d lor wood; 1 cent lor lence  posis;   i .cents   lor   railway   lies;   and  M  ten us per cord. for. ilnnelc- bolts. _  i i.eo-ses lor giaziiife' purposes are issued  for   a   term   of   iweniy-ono���������yeaja,. at   a>;-  rental oi  two cents per acre per amiiun." ���������  Coal   lands   may   be   purcliaieU   at .Jl".-..  per aeie lor soft coal and JJ0, for.antlira-  ciie.   'Not   moie   than  Did 'acres' may"be  aeyuiitd   by  one  Individual  or,com.paj-y.;  ��������� itoyaity al llie rate of IU cents per. ton  oi jwu jjounds Is  collecied  on  tlie-ffrosa-  output.     ; , , -   -   -  Kiuries   for  land   for  agricultural   purposes may  be made personally at the local  land  ofliee lor  Hie district ia wbicli ^  tlie'land' to   be   taken up  is situated,-Or  u  the  homesteader  desires,. he may,' on     ,  uppliciuon to the Minister of tlie interior.    ,  ai Ottawa, Uie Commissioner of linmitrra-- ���������   .  tion at  Winnipeg, or tbe local agent. for,,r  llie   uistnct,   wiililn   which   the   land   is  situated,', ieceive auuhoruy for some.one  to make,entry for him.       " ,.  .   A fee of Jlu Is charged  for homestead'  enlry. ,     Vi1     "       ..  'A settler who has received an entry foi  a homestead, is. i equired to .perform. the  conditions connected,therewith under one '���������  ol  I'he following plans:��������� ' '  .  - .'lj At least six months',' residence upon ,  and cultivation of the land In each, year  duiing Hid term of thieo" years.   "       "   ���������   *,  . .ft,is Hie practice of.the.Uepartment to.  reiiuue a settler to, bring 15 acre* under-  cultivation, but if he preiers'ba may .sub-.,.    -  simile stock; and 20 head of catile, to bo  actuallj  hib own property, with buildings  lor their accommodation, will be required.  Instead  of  cultivation.      l  .   (i) It the  father (or mother, IX the-fa-^-,  ther is  deceased'   of any -person -who .Is ,,  fchglble to make a ihomesiead entry under  (ihe - provisions "of .* the - Act?'' resides; upon'  j. laim in   tlie' vicinity ,-of, tne;land, en-    .  tered for by sucirperson as a'homestead,-^  the'ic-q'uirements  of "-the .Act as 'to 'reai-,.  deuce prior  to obtaining patent.may -bo _,  satisiied by such person residing with tno  iiather or. mother. " ^'    - i  ' '(if) if   the   settler" has   his   permanent "  residence   upbn"farming "land- owned' by,;  ,liim in the vicinity of .his ihomestead,,thefr.  rcquitements of ihe Act as" to.residence*  '  may be satisfied  by residence'upon "the  said "land. ' :  '- Application for patent should be made ,"  al the end of three yeais before'the local",  agent, sub-agent or a. homestead,inspector.  Before making application for.a patent,   .  the settler must give six months', notice^ ,  in  writing  to'the  Commissioner. of -Do-'"  minion  Lands  at   Ottawa,  of his  intention to do so.'  '��������� W.  W.   COKT,'  Deputy -Minister of- tho Interior."  j Ottawa, Februray nth, IS05..  Halcyon Hot S'pjrJn^s^  ^T-anitarittTn.  ��������� <  Under the new management of -  Harry  Mcintosh,   Hoffman   House."  I i     Rossland.  i       ,  THE MJEDICAL WATERS,of ,Halv  cyon are the mostvcurativ'e in the, ^  world. A perfect, natural remedy' 'for,.'  all-Nervous and Muscular' diseases.f  Liver, Kidney audi Stomach ailments-"  and Metallic "Poisoning. A'sure cure:/  for "That Tired 'Feeling." -Special,...  rates on all-boats and-trains,- Two.j  mails airive and depart every day*-!,  Telegra h communication with" all"'  marts of the world.  Terms���������$12 to>$18 per-week.-  For...  fui ther particulars apply, to.,  HARRY McINTOSH.  Halcyon Hpjt Sf>rfn������s  Arroiv Lake. B. C'  WAH efttJNG'S  RESTAURANT, FRONT-STREET'  Crockery of all Kinds.  Plain and Fancy.  Best  makes of Japanese  and  China Ware.  Splendid supply of Fresh  Vegetables from S. D.  Crowle's ranch.'  The Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd.  TIME-^ TABLE  (During season of high water),  Leave Eigut-Mile Landing each  TUESDAY AND.FRIDA/Y at 0 a. m  Leave La Porte each  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY at 2 p. m  SPECIAL TRIPS yi\\\ be made between dates of regular sailing when*  ever business offered warrants same.  The Company reserve the right to  change time and days of sailing with*  out notice.  A. FORSLAND,  ���������'      Master.  F. SWANSON,  j PurMi- THE KOOTENAY MAIL
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COLORS
THE CANADA DRUC & BOOK CO.
keep a full supply of above
���   , in ali'colors.- , Also
Brushes, Palette Boards;
, Mixing, Oils, Sketch-
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and anyyother article you may
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MARRIED.
Gkaham-Sawvuk���At k'uniloo'is,   U.
C, Oct. 9th, by the Row  Dr.   Osier-,
out, Jamieson M.  C'ruhani, of  Oui-'
' ' "gury, to Bessie 1. Sawyer, of   Kovcl-
Y   btoke. , '
Aii.uM-Rr.i"Vi:s-rAt l'cmbrokc, Out,?,
bwthe  K��v.   Mr.   Uonsficlil,   li.' M-,
Allum, of   Revelstoke,   to, Winifred
���Reeves, of Pembroke, Out." ^   '
On Siilunlny even in-; flip locnl
brunch of'llie Urotlicrliooil of Mn-
cliinihts toiidon cl a b.iniiuat to liro.
Ilurily, of Calgary, vice-president of
tho brotherhood in Camilla, nnd lo
Rio. T. J. Wiidiiuui .1. 1'., who represented tho brotherhood, at the icccnt
convention. The tniihf. of tho District.
Lodge was responded to by I?ro. Wad-'
num. Severn I other toasts were proposed and tongs rendered.  '   ,
That the Kovolslolcc Independent
Hand gave n good account of itself at.
the Dominion Inhibition is evident,
from the following incident narrated
to us by a visitor. He. was talking
with it lady friend from Vancouver
when tho band struck up and tho lady
remarked : "What band is that'? It
plays so well. It must be tlie Van-
'couvcr Garrison Hand." When she
discovered it was tho Novelstoko Ranil
she expressed her surprise at the excellence of music they discoursed.
The lady was evidently not aware
Rnvelsttike i.s just ns up-to-date a city
as Vancouver, if not more so.'    <i  '*,
' The Clcorgio Minstrels gave a very
good ontcitiiiumcnt here on Thursday
night before'a good house. In addition to tho usual coon acts an
acrobatic troup gave a performance,
and Prof. Craig gave some good contortionist fonts. , Last i night the
(icorgio Minst'iels combined with the
'London' Bioscope Oo. in giving another entoitniiimoiit! This evening
tho London Uioscopo Company will
.show in the Opera House.
Social & Personal.
Local and General.
An 'Adams express agent at 1'itts-
��� burg went of", taking '.$100,000 with
' , him.        -i
The Albert Canyon school  has been
reopened  in   charge   of   Miss   Cart-
_ wfight.     ti . ���
' A woman died at Walla Walla from
poison accidently administered by her
daughter.        ��� ' ;
���A boy named Norman Davidson was
' killed'at Vancouver by being run over
by a street car.
The Dominion government is putting in.a water supply at RanfV with
a head of 300 feet.,      (
- Henry Trott was killed at tho Bmik-
���head colliery by his clouhing catching
', in the machinery.       ' "     '
.   The   Provincial    government    arc
sending an   exhibit of  lit C. trtut to
'   London iu charge of K. M. Palmer.   ���
Things  arc getting  lively'in Colorado, where a mob assaulted  a  judge
'   because  they   were dissatisfied   with
his decision.   ' <
c 0. Oleson litis been awarded another
contract for the construction of a
tunnel, the location being west'of
Pnlliser station.      ,  .
The* Marshal I-Sch'cl ling". Company
are having'a trail cut from the end of
the present Big Bend trail to Canoe
River and intend wintering their pack
" hoi=es in the Canoe River country
this season.  , ,        ���
A witness in a court-case at the
coast took, an'emphatic and novel
' method of expressing the value'of his
evidence, as he offered the magistrate
to back it with'a bet of $10,000 and
produced,, his cheque-bool* wheu his
worship refused to take it up.
Mr. Kent, general manager C. P. R.
Telegraphs, passed through the city
last evening. - A deputation from the
Board oi Trade tried co see him re
placing central telegraph ollice in the
business portion of the city and he advised them he would see them on the
matter on his return on Wednesday.
Hon. R. Green has issued an order
that in future no pre-emptions bo
��� allowed unless accompanied \yy an
affidavit that the land carries less than
5000 ft. of timber per acre. The
general opinion is the Commissionei
cannot legally make this ruling and
the matter will be .contested in the
courts.
Some sensational statements are
circulated about West Kootenay being
without a county court judge owing
to-an oversight in the proclamation
creating the new court district of Knot
Kootenay! but Judge Form declares
the matter was much overrated and
he liaa taken steps to have the
teclinicalitv-rectiiied.
Wed-
s
tions
carefully
compoun
Promptly Shipped
Mail Orders
Mr. and iMrjj. G."S, McCarter sue
expected home tomorrow..
'Mr. , and Mrs. T. Luclgato ������ wore
visitors lo the cityyestcrdny..
. Mr. and Mrs. .lessop returned' Wed,-
nosdayfrom their trip to the coast. .
, Mrs. Coursicr returned   Wednesday
from her trip'to the exhibition.
' - . ,
J. D. Sil-bald returned   home
nesday and icports a successful   business trip in the cast.
Supt. Kilpatrick left for tho dist
last night on a holiday leave of 'two
mouths.        ���' ,    ���  .,
Thos. Kllis, formerly of I'entiotoii,
intends taking iip. his residence in
Revelstoke. . ,'" -      ���>
���'.Miss Margaret Glcason, of Comaplix, 'returns .home ��� Monday after
spending two weeks with Miss Blanche
McCarty. > \
Mr. and Mrs.-. .1. P. Kennedy, of
lllccilliwaet, intend taking up their
residence in licvolstoko and will build
next spring.
Mrs. YA. E. Goorgc rct.iirned Thurs-
day from Vancouver, where she had
boon the guest of Mrs. .). J. Shaw,
formerly of Revelstoke.. ' -
J.li. Henderson', formerly of Trout
Lake, is in charge of construction,.of
the West Kootenay Power it Light
company's substation at Phoenix.
P. Burns spent Wednesday nighfin
the city, accompanying W. McKonzic
of the Canadian Northern. '. IMr.
Burns has definitely decided to erect
a fine brick building here in t tho
spring.   *
'Dr. II. B. Morrison returned Tuesday from a fortnight's \isit to ,Wes(-
niinster, when ho took in tho exhibition and speaks in high terms of it.
. Mr. Donald G. Forbes, of the Ferguson Mines, has returned from a trip
through the principal gold-bearing
districts of the Canadian Yukon nnd
Alaska.
Air. and Mrs. .T. G. Macdonald returned Monday after a' most enjoyable
tail' to the coast cities, taking in
Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver and the
Dominion Exhibition. .   .
'Mr. and Mrs.' W. M. Lawrence returned Tuesday from an extended trip
on the coast during which they took
in the Westminster exhibition, and
visited Vancouver.
On Thursday the parents of W. M.
Lawrence, of Revelstoke. Rev. Jas.
Lawrence and Mrs. Lawrence, of
Winnipeg, celebrated their golden
wedding.
gjOn Wednesday, Oct. 2-Ith, E. JL
Allum, the well-known jeweller, of
Revelstoke, was united in marriage at
Pembroke, Out., with Miss 'Winifred
Reeves, the ceremony being performed
by Rev. Mr. Bonsfield. Mr. and -Mrs.
A luni arrived in the city Wednesday.
;Tlierc are all soits of reports ns to
who is to be the next Lieut.-Governor
oi'JBritish Columbia. Geo. Riley JL
Pi and Hon. G. W. Ross of Ontario
were respectively reported as the men
biit these reports are denied. Judge
Morrison and W. (.". Wells M. P., are
now mentioned.
.Jas. Lawrence, brother ft W. M.
Lawrence, of Revelstnke, ������ho was
formerly manager at Xelr-ou, and
latterly at Calgary, for the Ashdown
Hardware Co. ha.-s Iipimi promoted to
the important position of general
malinger of the company':* busines-.-i at
Winnipeg.
A frif-nd of .fiilin Houston informs
u.~ the reiifin of hi- leaving .Wl.-on
was he Ijoi-iuiio disgusted with th'-
treatment he received in a city for
which he foryenr.-* worked Imnl. Although .John is now working in ,i
printing ollice nt, Tonopah it is hi-
intention to return to I'.ntish Columbia and establi-.li a newspaper at the
Pacific terminus of thr; Grand Trunk appear-;.!
Pacilic as soon as that as"iinies shape
IMPORTANT
CHANGE.
Faster  Time  From , South to
Coast via Revelstoke.
', The running time between Nelson
and all other Kootenay points, and
the'coast over the 0. P. II. via Hevcl-
stoke will he cut by exactly twelve
hours when the . winter , time, table
goes into ell'ect. mi or about November
1st. At present the running lime between Nelson and Vancouver is 8i)
hours. It will be reduced to 27,hours
tinder tho new schedule, which is now
in piocess of preparation.
' With 'tho advent, of the new time,
bill tho route of travel between Vancouver and jNelson will co radically
altered. Today in 'order to get to
Nelson from the count, or from tho
coast to Nelson,, tiiivelors proceed via
tho Arrow lakes' and Hobson. After
November 1st Kobson will bo sidetracked altogether and I he route, in
and out of Molson will bo via Nakusp,
Rohuhcry a nil Slocau City.
Leaving Nelson the, C. P. 'II.'' route
will run . to Sloomi Junction nnd
tlieneo to Slncnn Oily,by rail. The
Sliienn City bouts will be, operated to
Kosebery nl the head of Sloenn Luke..
Thence, there will ho another rail ride
to. Nn If usp on tho Columbia river.
From Nakiisp boats will -' mi ii .In
Arrowhead and (hence over the usual
unite vio Kevelstoke to Vancouver.
��� In older to reduce its running time
between the coast and Nelson, tho C.
P. IL was forced to abolish1 the trip
up (.lio Arrow Lakus.. While on the
run to Nelson  the   navigation   of  the
Arrow Lakes presented no  clilliciiltics
i i
it is impossible on the run 'from Nelson to the coast to'iuii up the lnkte
from Robson'lo Arrowhead during Iho
night without having .to loco .many
hours'time at the Narrows just bo-
low Nakusp. ' HoatS'leaving Rob'son
early in the evening always havo, lo
lie up at the N.mows till daylight
next morning.' His because of the
Narrows and tho" delay involved in
passing through them that Iiobson is
to be cut oll'the route at least during
tho winter months. ���   ,       '   '
TOURIST CENTRE
Revelstoke has Attractions that
.Beat Them All. ' ,,���
Two weeks ago ���an' English tourist,
Jl. Martin, arrived in Revelstoke 'and
was so taken with his visit here that
he declared Revelstoke was the most
convenient, comfortable* and attractive
tourist, centre on the C. P. It. lino.
Among ' other pastimes he wont out
for a hunting trip on the Jordan with
J). Macintosh and hnd the time of his
life, killing the biggest silver.-tip bear
which 'Mr.- Macintosh' says has yet
been got in this part of- tho 'country,
and this within four mile.s of the city
of Revelstoke. ' Mr. Macintosh says
thoy saw another bear about as large
but it got away. '     / -
The fur was in splendid shape and
Mr. Martin had'it dressed and took it
back with him to have mounted'nml
show his Fnglish friends his trophy of
his trip to Revelstoke.
���Mr. Martin expresses the opinion
then- was no place the world over'
where such excellent hunting, 'fishing
and nioiintaiiicoi'ing could bo had
with so little trouble as in the vicinity
of Kovolstokc. J Io expressed surprise
that the attractions 'of Revelstoke
wore omitted from the O. I'. R. guidebooks and other tourist literature.'
CHURCHES.
Catholic���Father Yl'ccoul, recently
of Grand Forks bus been appointed
to Revelstoke in succession ' to Rev,
Father Mich'oll.      ,   '       ���    t.
Business Locals.
Wc have opened another lot of
souvenir post cards, wood and burnt
leather, entirely new, Canada Drug
and Book Co.
THE CAVES   ,
Dominion   Governmenr Officer
' ,     Will Make Complete
,-     Investigation.
A. O. Wlieeler, of'tho Topographical
Survey, will make a complete survey
nnd investigation of the caves-on
Cougar i,Crock this winter. '��� Mr.
Wheeler [is also 'getting, out a topographical man of the caves and Mt.
Cheops.     ,    . '
' A gentleman who visited Iho caves
two weeks ago 'says Atho new discoveries there are 'marvellous. He
traversed the cave for a niijc/and then,
only went half through, those new discoveries. ��� At one place the cavo was
so'extensive tho roof, could not'be
seen. To make the new. portion of
the caves fully available will entail- a
lot of expense as there'aie caverns, two
and three hundred feet idown into
which.. ladder ways ��� will, have to be
constructed.        ' *"-'.',
E. McGaghran & Co.
m      ARROWHEAD.
Fruits   and  Confectionery
Tobacco, Pipes and Cigars
Patent Medicines.    Plain and   Fancy
Soaps.    Books and Stationery. '
Billiard and Pool Room in
Connection.
Beynlstoke. Bestapnt
Mrs. Jl. J. Jla.ibury. Managress.
First-Class Table.-      ' ��� ,    ���
""Private Dining Boxes.
Ijuruo DhiiiiHlooin for '
llatiiliKits, .Supiiorb, otc. ,        (
Furnished Rooms To Let..
FIRST STREET,  REVE.STOKE
To Trappers
i   ������ ,
I. * ,
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
Richard R. Copeland
'JOBHINd CAHPIONTKIl
.w   ./AND OABINRTMAICRlt  '      '
MmnLies,'.Shelving,. Storm  Doors,
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Third Street, Musi,
!i|21c
Revelslolu
WOOD YARD
I ,have started a permanent,' Wnn'il
Yard on'Third street.'" Witli'my jia.st
experience I hope to  bo-in  a  position
l,o satisfy..-!II  I'eijiiii unts of euslom-
nrs.--" Dry enrdwood kepi, iu stuck and
supplied in nny lengths at, r(:iluei;d
prices for cash,     ���       *i <���    <
It. SAMSON
Spend Thanksgiving Day wisely
and well by including the Turkey
Supper at the Opera House Oct. 26th.
(iet a copy of ���'Picturesque Revelstoke"' to send to your friends.
Price $ 1.
Nice fresh Chocolates in boxes only,
il you want the best go to the Canada Drug Store.
,   Rifles, Shot Guns and Ammunition
at Pourne Bros.
Shooting Calleiy now open at corner of First Street and Campbell
Aventie. Formerly Fleming's meat
market, opposite Climax Hotel. Good
prizes for good jhooting. Open from
9 to 22.30 o'clock.
Remember the Turkey Supper at
the Opera House on Thank-striving
Day, Oct. 20th.
Don't forjet the Turkey Supper at
the Opera House on Thank-reiving
Day, Oct. 20th, in aid of Knox church.
Cold Cream-, Witdi.Hawsl, Cn.ams
and all preparation-! for chapped bands
and fac3, sold at the Canada Drug
Store..
For Sale���A 1001b Dayton Computing Scale.    Apply Bourne Uros.
Let  your   friende in other part.-- ?pq i
."onic'thing of'ymir di-rri.-t, by wndinst >   y\,
them       "Pictiire?n,ue'      Revelstoke"'
Price-fi.
We have seve,-nl tnhWulls   of diphpe.
which wo are .-ellirig it half priee.     ,\
good clifinof1    tn   trot    nice   cup��   andj
saucer*, at the Canada Drug Stm-e.        j
Selkirk Lodge, No. 12,1. 0.0. F.
.   - notice ''. i ;>'
Thov, above l^odge have changed
their meeting place to tho Odd Follows
I Tall and will meet .every ��� Thursday
evening-instead of Tuesday.
J. jMatmii;,
, Secy.
MISS GARVIN,
TEAc'lIER. OF PIANOFORTE
I Engagements" accepted for At-
Ilomcs &c��� Theory Lessons a
specialty.' Studio at Mrs- JBews,
Second Street.
HOSPITAL BALL
The Hospital Ball will be held under the'auspice-s of tlie Ladies Auxiliary
on Xov. 23rd. The arrangements
have never been so complete to ensure
an enjoyable social function.
Wm: Fleming,
Whcilosalo mid Retail
Meat 'Merchant. ���"���
Fish 'and   Game'yin    Season
, First St., Revelstoke.
YODO FUJI
'-��� , A    * has reopencicl a        "i   -. "'*
RESTAURANT
on MciConzio Avenue.
Open Day and Night. First-Class Service
157tc
NEW BARBER SHOP
W A jSt T E D
-V-17-ANTKD-By Chicago wholesale
V V house, special iepresentative for
each province in Canada. Salary
S'iO.fX) and expenses paid weekly.
Expense money advanced. Business,
siu-cesf-ful; position permanent. No
investment required. Previous, ex
peiiencenot e-ssenlial lo eng.ifring.���
Addrv^s General Manager, 132 Lake
Street. Chicago, III., U.S.A.
���MiDecfl
Dt-p.
w
ATKfMOiVlAL    OPKNt NCS,
Ilooklnt.    Enelosu I2c stamps, to
R2.    Jioxtifil.    Vancouver, B.C.
.T. O. Morgan will open his
new Barber Shop,
FIRST STREET .
On Monday, May 1st. Old Customers
and new can depend on receiving the
aqst attention.
'ANTED���GIRL fin-general house
work.���Apply    to   Mrs.
Macdonald, Revelstoke
.1.   Ci.
���i].'"
TANTKD ��� Sil nation   ����   gcnei'd!
help  in   piiv.it'i   family,   or ,ib
iv,nltv-s   or   chiiriiberinaifl   in   Ifotijl.
rtt-vi'Nleike   piefi'iTod.     Apply at   t.lie
Kootenay Mail ejffie>\ a>|
\\7A.vtp;d-
\V      for I lot-
\ cook, manorworimn,
I.   Wiigo .SI.") a uionlli.
\ pply at K(ioT|.r.v,\ V M,\ll. otliee,    201'
Herb. W. Edwards Injured.   I \\
r A NT ED liy Chic.igo Mamif,-,,.
iring Hinme, pc.->f.n i,f |;ra,|.
| Hwnhini'���. and somewhat, f.-uniliai
I wilh loi nl teirilorv as :i-.-iisl,-ini, in
, In,in. li iillbi-. S il.iry SIS p.iid iveckly.
' f'.iiriiiini'nt |>o^iliou. No investment
j i.-mured.       I't'evi
experience   nol
Herb "���'���. Edward", nf \ir-> Aroirie,,
("Wii, got a full un .in icy wink ln^t
winter  -"pr.iininir hi"   wii.^t .md !��rui->
int;  hi.s   kiii-e".    "The   nevf   rlnv.'"   !"_���' i."jiiir.-fi.       rt'evii.tis
���lays, ''they were ��n Ji-re nnd .-nit'' f w.ij ' e--''iitial tn <-iif(.ii:ii\^.     Addie^, ,\I.ui
.ifrnid T would h.ive to .-lay in bid. but \\^f'y "' ""���|"-. ''"ii." Hie, k, ('bir,ur���.
I   rubbed   them   vwll   with   C'lmnibT-'
In in 'J    I'.i in    Hiilin,    iltnl    after   a   iew!
.ipplie.ilimii   all    .iiicncvj    h.id    dt��-'
If in want of
Hay, Vegetables
.write for prices ic
L. R Griffiths
��� Malakwa,  h. c.
Wing Chung-'s, newly imported stock of Chinese
���md Japanese goods
The. best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Tea -..nicer!
II.ihIo-Ij.
I '.llie I'll,ill'*
Ifiirwllrei ehiefK
or i
le by ,it! (IriiggiJt-i.
\MilirKH  |/KltKlI-    IIIVKN   fi.it. iI.imj
A\      I i)- nf.ei .I,!',-.   .... intern! fr,.,r,,,lv \lt n'
i ,.,���.,,i..i���(.,.r���r |���,,���| , ..'.'..,'   .
i 1
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fr..iii
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I ll.- folio'.* Ml '
THE FALLS NAMING
PETITION.
COM-
Cross
Drug Company Limited
Tbo following  suggestions  were   received this week for  a  nnirio   for   thr:
fa.ll.-i on Eight Mile Creek:���
J���Alexnndrn.
2���Victoria.
?,��� BufValorn.
4��� Togo
ii���Minnehaha
0���Korsland
7���Kortynine
8���Glory
!)���Hallelujah
10���Longfelh iv
J I ��� Porcupine.
Other ���uiKgC'teil niiineH will be ndded
to thin lint till Oct. .'Jlht when the vote
will be taken,
Drcriiiiakeri nnd apprentices v.-uit
ed. \pp'y to Mi-^ liimgh, jfcuiid
llonr. 0. I'. Ilunie iV (!o
Corporation   of   the    City   of
Revelstoke.
MRTIM NOTICE
t'.iil-uiitor^ of olei-lrie IikIiI mi I-'llit It'ite nri'
hi-ri'liv iiolitlf.il llintii iiejler rnlo will Iin e-,1 ib
11 -lii'i I Hi roi lull on I the I'ily n ml Hi.II iieiler- will
li" rfj.'i'ly for iiHtnlliili'iii noxl wi'ok
Thf.-,��   who^e   Iioii^i^   jtri)  not   \nt   wire.I   f��.r
in'il.'r4   urn   rn.(MO-l.j.l   lo   Imvii  the iiece^-arv
wirmt: onrrorritnil in rniiflinoss for the mnlm i.
II. A. IiriOWN,
'Inyor
ni'l H (,vU-  for
eni    i ,i!<.nr^   i,..-,.>  (imli/r
>l<-. r.i.i.1 itn.l-
Sit. I.
I     I i.kii'k ni".n% -e  ,i   (,,^-1  j,l',n'<-.|  li.,- fini,,,
j f >.ii. lie   ai -I -h.,r.  ol l^|,|��r.\no,. L-ii-f near
, '  if.' .in -'.ir..!. i -on . <���.,I, i, n,���j .,1^,111 .;< ,���;i, ,
1 fr.im    Viiim.'ieu!   arni    niirki.)    ������ It v    J;,.,,,|
I I.iimlier   lorniiin/-.   -oillln-1 I    < i,n,i-r   ftf]   '
(III. Ill i   noilli |./i (|   iin-,  lh,-,,,,.   W/U|   |l|,.|, n,,'.
lh" im  ^onlli IWlih.un-, tin iik;..,l.| In, "i.Oim (���
li'iil.t of i oinrrir mi in.'ill.
i:ih r:i:.vu r,f.\ii!-:i: i fnii',\N'.' i,/.\mikd
N*o ���!
i iiiniriermiiiK nt l ;io��( iit.ui'i <l live fhiiln-
frcini the wt-i -<Iiiii >.' of f|i(p( ,��� Arrow \jiiti, ll(ll,
' .i|il.iin .Saii(ler-,on'H eniim ,mr: .ihoiit. -I< inih^
from Airinviniirl.iiiil iriarke.1 "Iii,; lienil l,,u���
Imr r'rini|i,iiiy'4 MoriheiiHl ( orn. p l'n-t." iln-iuc
ll^ii hiurH wiiilli n|(inK tin; ),,!<,. *i���)ri. thence
wist Hi dm in i, Ihenie ,,orlh II/kI.iiiih, llinnn.
'fist in r hum-, to |���,[,i|, of (.oiiiineneeinenl.
I'.Kl IIHNU I.CMIIKIt COMf'ANV
Ootoher in. i!.fi.-,.
'-���'i. =1.
' 'iiiiiiiriiriiiiMl ,i prut i.liinleil iilioul one mil,,
en- from f oliiinliui Itlvei- inul itliont oi.e mill'
noilli fioin lloyiU 1,'uneh. Ml llie ^outheiwi
',,",',""'','' '������AK'��,n'i  iionh  limii, inul   murltdl
l.iff l!i;ii(l Lninl,|.|. ( ���oiiij.hny m Koill hnnsl
(fiinei I'fwl, Ihunie noilh IIJl chnliH, iliein,.
eie.t llii-hiuiw, Ihi'nei; vnilli ll^i elmiiH, Ihcnee
ttc-,1  Hii'liiiiimio iinnit of uiiiiiiiuiii.eiiieiit.
' ,l!,,"\"���,ujI-"'vl"K,{ (;OMI'A\V, MMITBD
Oclolicr II, latti, ojw
KlOU'lil- Pots    *
Uinlirullii .SliiniU
1,ii noli Miiriknlx
WinokliiK .lackctH
���Silk l.'oo.ls-.
(iOI-I)  KISII
Kine-I ^loekof (mihIIi'm nml fi-ullr. Ill tnu-n.
Front  Street, Revelstoke
Local
I.I.MITKD
Agent, Wanted
ATO,\'(;|.; KOft '
Canada's Grcalost Nurseries "
l-'nr the town ol' Itevel.sloke
.'ind xiiiiiiiiiiding eoiniti'v,
which u'ill be resei veil for the
right iii.in. Htiiit now at llie
best ..elliu^ Meadon, nnd hainlli:
run SEW KI'KCfAI/nKH on
l.fMKUA/, TKIIMH. Write
for purl iciilni't,, and Heud 2*ic
.   for one liiinilsiiinc
Aliiminiim   Pocket   Mierosrope,
(m little irem) useful to
I'-'iinicrn In es'iuiiiniiit; 4|.(.iU mid Kriiini,
Oieh,inli,N      " trues for in^eclK,
JIiinleiieM " [ilnnt-s- for I'le-ccL...
Te.u her-, nml Seliohir-i in -.tudyinff liotnny, and
Kvuryliody m a lnindri'd dltl'orcrit wnyu,
STONE & WELLITGTON
Kinilhill N'urijorlcs [ovor 800 ncru-I
TORONTO - -       ONTARIO
Adair Manuf acturingCo.
Limited.
CAPITAL STOCK  $75,000.
In 75;000 shares1 of par value of $noo.
* * <> ' < ' - ,
Manufacturers, Machinists, and General
Traders.
Owners of the Adair. Stump Burning Device-Patented
3o|ooo Shfiras of tlic capital   stock- now   offered   for sale  a
'50c. per shard, par value -$r,oo.<   '   ' .,
r
TD.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
, llliVJSLHTOKl'l, Ji. C, ' '   '        ���'.      ���'
,   ARE PREPARED FOR THE SHOOTING AND FISHING SEASON
A new stock of Rifles, Shot (Inns nnd Ammunition arrived.    We hire out
reliiibli: Shot Ouiih nt $1 per dny���sui",'killers.    . '' ���:'
AIAj ICINOS 1IKAVYAND SIIKIYK IIAKDNVAKIO, C.'IIANITRWAHE
How did you like l,hi; "Strnusky" Steelwnro Snueepiiii?
. We. luive ii complete stock of "Striinsky" SUiehvnru. '* .,    :      .     ',
PLUMBING AND TINSWIITHING ,l ^^L^sn^^ ����M work
"   ,    ��� JInII Order-
ISKST (iOODS
pioiii|illyiiiid ciu'ufiilly/iilli'iidi'd In.''"   ' "'
LOWEST PRICES.
���"
P. BURNS &G01
.' '      r i    i "    ,       .0i '
...   Wholesale arid!Retail/  ', ,<'   '*     ,''.''.���
.   .   :.   Meat Merchants.
Head OfS.ce, Abattoir and Cold Storage: ,
,   _      ���'      ��^^^��^Galgary; Alberta
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD FOR
Furniture and Carpets
R HOWSON &. GO'S
PICTURE
FRAMING
FUNERAL DIRE
BTORS AND EMBALMERS.
"\
Morriison
The Leading
Merchant Tailors.
We carry the largest stock in the city. - Fancy
Fabrics in popular weaves 'and fashionable
colorings, ,bright_ancl snappy novelties; which
are exceptionally
attractive. Drop
' us a line and our
traveller will call
with a full ranoe
of samples.
U n'io n. Lai-el
on
, turned out by us
CRESSMAN
all   garments \MEim^--'-^ '^
AND   MORRISON
He rc U the cheapest good gun yet mode. By ihcomlssion of th- take down fc'lure we have
been able to KMlly rcdULe llie coit of produclion and al the same lime have kepi the sun up to the
famous lush /77arf//l shmlird of Hreimlli. sifi-ly and durability. Notice the clean simplicity of
llils Kim. 'Ihe wrirkimmhir) and finhli aie perfect. The wcinlit is only 7 pounds. The full choke
Imrreli are (���![>. cnlly jmud for smokeless as well ns black powder and so chambered lhal 2-tf inch or
L,h iiii.Ii slij Us nny be u<ed. &:v. ral improvrnicnti in the operating parts make it the easiest, most
reliable anil l��sl working Bim ,��� csislencr. We lire nlad lo make it possible for cvciy lover of guns
and hint ilicinlinii to set llns liiuli Brade rc|ie.itin|| shot igun nt so low a price.'
1 I.ivc >our dealer order it for you.
SenJfor Ihc Zffat//'n Catalogue and Experience liuok la-Jay.   Free /or3 ilamfa,
/fiefflai/infirearms Gd.aWm��� street, NewHavcn. ct
Clocks! Clocks!
8-Day, Half Hour   Strike,   for
$4.00 only.    Limited  Number.
Jo Guy Barber
Jasll. Woodrow,
BUTCHER.
Retail Dealer Inv.^aaas^-
BEEP,   PORK,
MUTTON, Etc.
Fish and Game in Season.
AH orders promptly Illlinl.
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THE CITY EXPRESS
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,
etc., to any part of the City.   '  ' ��� -'
Any Kind of Transferring
Undertaken.
TELEPHONE NO. 7,

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