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 1! tl  V"',0I  ������READ BY,  ������. --. ���������-������ -*5~'.'v  ^  Vol. 11.���������No.  28.  . REVELSTOKE. B C, OCTOBER 8,  r  '������  V  'iffl  ���������  IB  1  in  M  ft  M'  1  JUST  ARRIVED  ; '        *���������       i '   ' I  f '      ' '        i ' . 1 > '       ,  I I /  ' y     '      -    - i  '     <! ' -   --       ��������� . >     -  A Fine assortment of  * ��������� ���������      ' -     y. ������������������  Dress   Goods,, Ties,  Blouses,, Fall arid Win-  :- -tefPGdats,: also %^new;  / i_        >���������  !r P*- V1 v * ���������*���������  arid* complete stock of.  Men's Boots'and Shoes.,  Hats,\ Caps ,&c.<     Gall  and inspect. \ \ :r  SIR RICHARD  CARTWRIGHT  i   r ' i'  -���������  i, -' ���������    -  |A Canadian Statesman "Full of  ���������    ,Years and iHonors.  ���������-  The announcement tli.it Sii llichmd  Cartu light is ictii ing fionrthc L.iniiei  cabinet nnd ha.*- been appointed to, the  t-entito, 1't.ciillb ihc gient hi-nii-c-s Mns.  veteran 'stntOMinui bus lendoied his  countiy and liis p.nty." Sn Jiiclilncl  ha.s attained the allotted tliroo-'-coic  ye.na nnd ten;'.-jiving lieen - boin in  ISHii. lie .cnteieil public life in IS(W  and Muis theiefoio lieen foi over ''<10  yeaib HCtivoly engaged in politics. In1  Iiis������,cnrlior political ciiicci lie w.ib associated with tho Con-ei vntivt? piut.y, but  like many other ������ood men he hecnnie  tlishiitihlied with tin- linie-sumiig  policy of tbnt ptirly and joined "the  Libomlfe, sei'ving'in tho JVlclCeny.ie ad  mini-jtiation of IStiil as minister of  finance. ,> ' *        .  During tho 18 years the Libcml  party  weie in opposition he icndcied  1-  i  SNYDER'S RANCH,, SHUSWAP.  SOLD FOR $16,000.  , TAYLOK BLOCli/'MoKENZIE AVE.. REVELSTOKE.-*..,'"'  Mooic.  'S>'YJ)I<:U'S RANCH, SUUSWAP VALLEY,  ,      ��������� l        r-    *i'"   'ft ". '     ' ' ' "    I  i'Wc .*no infoi'incd the propeity '.it* Shns\vapvI:nown_ as  Sirydci's.   i.i  has  been  sold,'thc .piice-.licing-$10,000    Tins,' piopori'j^was' taken up-  _..---.    .  ,.-_-.,..   c, ii... -f -a  J   ....i .,.:.   - i������ i T  ������r   ti...,  , yc.us'ago by/Mr. Snyder of Armstiong. and ibis considcicd(onc oi  SfK  ]-[CHAlUjyCAKT\VIUC.UT,-K..iJ. PM.--.0.  ' 'f" y\'y umjED.  -    ?-*/-%*���������-:"  DEPARTMENT * STORE  Samples'  New Goods for Fall'1904;  We Have-been doing all we can to collect a  stock of seasonable and worthy goods for i the fall  trade, and hope we have succeeded. '��������� Come in and  give us the opportunity to show you through���������we,  will let you be the judge���������ancl hope to sell you yonr  requirements.   ^  . ^ <     - *-  J. & T. Bell's Fine Footwear .;  for ladies.' We make a specialty of these, lines believing  they are tlie best styles and best wearing Shoes on the  Canadian market today. __       .     ___  New Stock ol Irish Linens  I 7 ,  direct from the mills���������Table Covers, Napkin**, 'Doylies,  Tray Cloths, .Sideboard Drapes, Handkerchiefs, etc.    ,    -���������  New Silk Evening Waists  veil new line���������some absolutely new  designs we ho]  3 the pleasure of'showing you.  New Fur Collars and Ruffs  ft.  Among these are some very pietty styles and .they are-all  new this fall. ' ��������� ,.  New Dress andJVaist Materials  Better see our Dressmaker about your fall costume before  they get too busy. _ -    --  New Fall Coats*  Tlie catalogues from all the leading manufacturers show  nothing but the skirt coat with tight or semi-tight fitting  backs.    We have them.  Special Hosiery Sale Saturday Night  LIMITED.  IMPERIAL BANK .OF CANADA  Capital Authorized, (1,000,000    Oniilul P.iiiIlUii, yiOOOOOO     Host, *2,630,000.  Head Ollice, Touovro, OxiAitio.  ��������� I'rnnclins in tlio Niirtlittost 1'orritonos, Miimtobn, Ontario unci Quobcc.  Aud   tlio folluuiiiK Iioiuti  in   British   Oililinbm      Cranbrook, Qoldon,  Nolwiii, Uovolatoko, Trout Lnlco, Viineoinor nnd Victurin  T. tt Mbiiki-it, Prosidoiit D  It Wii.kii:, VicQ-Prosulont nnd Oanornl Mnnnfror.  1*. Hay, Assistnnt'Gonorul MiimiKor.    VV. Mm kat, Cluof Inapoctor.  Revelstoke Branch, B. C.���������A General Banking Business Transacted  SnviiiKi Doimrtiiioiil���������Doiiosif, Kocoivotl mid liitorost AlUiuod.  DmflHbnld nvniliiblo in nil uurLstif Cnimdn, Unitod Htnlos nnd l^uropo.  Sliocinl iiUontlon i?ivun to colloctions. A K. I'lin-ra, MnnnBor.  yeonie'n "service to "the Liberal cause,  and on. Sir Wilfred Laurier attaining  power in 1895 Sir liich.nd was one^ of  the fiist of tbe paity called to the cab-  inety'IIe was knighted in 1S97, and  )lming Sir Wilfied' Lauriei's absence  in-' England attending tbe celebiation  of tbe,iubilee of,Queen Victoria, lie  was acting piennei. As the Canadian  Cyolopcedia, p'uts_ it: "In history he  will', stand as one of the half-cloven  most piomincnt liguies in Canadian  public life fcince confederation."^   - ,, *  Japs Gaining* on" Port Arthur-  Japanese" Repulse.  . London, Oct 3 ���������The efforts of the  Russians to retake positions conimand-  the water supply of Port Arthur ha\e  lesulted in, bard fighting and the  losses on both sides <ue_reported heavy.  The Japanese retain tbe contested  ground. '  The   heavy   guns   newly   mounted'  threaten tbe Russian   iwir&liips m tne  harbor5' of PortV At thin,   which   may  "now\be forced tor so ,out' and face the  fleet  of Adnmal   Toga.     A' gunboat  was sunk by  coming   in cont.ict with  a mine south of the Li.io Tung peninsula; a portion of the crew wnsiescued  ,v The Japanese'have  completed  thc  Railway fiom Dalny to .New   Cliwang  and the equipment  is nearly finished  This will be of gieat assistance to tbe  armies in Manchuria.  St. Petersburg, Oct 3 ���������The Russian  c.uahy stopped tbe Japanei-e otlen^no  mo\ement in the direction ofv Yang  King Tung, and drove them fiom the  village,, of Changtan and bun ed seve'n-  teen jnnks winch were tianspoiting  ammunition on the Hun River. Tlie  cavahy. retueo\ on the approach of  Japanese reinforcements.  ���������'      Big Japanese Army.  'Tokio, Oct. 4.���������The new Japanese  military legulations make the total  war stiength of the-army exceed a  million.  Shanghai, Oct. i ���������A naval battle  was fought ofl" Port Aithui yesteulny,  but so far theie arc no details. Theie  was a tiucc on Sattuday to bury the  dead.  Another Battle Expected. '  Frequent fighting between thc Japanese ad\ since guards and Cossacks on  the south front of General Kouropat-  kin's army is regarded as indicative of  the near approach of n general movement by the forces of field marshal  Oyama. It is stated since the battle  of Liao Yung, 40,000 of the guards  stationed in Western Russia have been  ordered to tbe far east.   Curiosity Satisfied.  We notice in this week's issue of  the Family Hei.ild and Weekly Star,  of Monticnl, their announcement of  their new pictuie for subsciilieit- this  season. Jt is entitled, " The Princess  at Woik," and is said to lie by fat the  most valuable, tbe most beautiful picture ever befoie the public. Full of  beauty and suggestion it appeals at  once.  One leally good picture like thc  " Princess at Woik, " will be more appreciated than a dozen infcnoi ones  We understand the '��������� Princess at  Work" i? fice to all who send a dollai  for a year's subscription to that excellent family paper.  Pipes! Pipes! all sues and shapes at  Brown's Cigar Store. -   ' "���������  nidi,  line  the' best  locations: iii-_ those" nch valleys lying between the Okari.ignn Valleyantl tire  sunim'it'oft the GoldrEaiigc. The sale of this propeity is an instance'til  the lapitlly, incicasing value,of the feilile lands found hi t' cse valley.-" ,ll(*ie  in the heait of the moan tains, corn, toin.itucs, pe'achc-.'gi.ipes n'ntl tho^niine  'delicate fiaits can be giown to pelfection.    "-, . ,*'     -1- : I      , >     <" -  , Thcrpioperty consists of-200 acre-* of bottom land and 700'ticies 'ol  i.ingc Of the bottom laiid nn-thc Shuswap livcr.liO acies li.uc.bcen cleand  and 50 ncics seeded downjwith tiinothy.which yields a retuin of 2i innsul  bay to thc acie. The otherr,10 acres of cleared land aie cioppcd with wheat,  bailey, potatoes and* all! kinds of toot ciops, whi(ilivh.ive done splendidly*  The spmig is e.uly, snow_bcijig off the Miigceajhei than any othei' p.nt of  the district.-,.Fifty head of cattle and 2~) hoiscs hliyo lieen'rkept, beMcli's pigs  and poultry, the ranch'.providing a supply of fresh eggsYil! thcyc.11 'nuuid  The outbuildings consist of stable', bain, implement and  cattle'sheds  A lot of  fencing has been done. - Theoich.ud^ has made a wondeiful giowth  1 in the "three jears it. has been planted, some bf'thc tiees having gioun torn  ' feet a year.    Both apple and pear'tiees aie in   beaiing, and ^an*  lemaikable  exainplei of the early-maturity of fruit trees in the Okanagan district    The  bottom land.needs4-.no, irrigation.    Tlieicjis sp'eiidid/ishing in the Shuswap  'rne'r and-deer, are-;plentiful, so  that  in   many lespcctsthc piopeity is an  "ideal one."..':}" "- 1"     ' ' j;    '   ,  ' *���������"' , t  ,, -   ' '���������     \  -. -    ,.-.  '., j'^'Alcx. Connell,-who hasj been'in ch.ngc of the piopeity since it was taken  -upp-is about to"leave for bis-old home in Ontaiio.   ,      '   <       "'  , ,.  s- -r- amous ���������  ape-the-Best  i * 1 1  * >* t, 'j *  Do, not wait until the'whiter is half  ' ���������    over, but get one'at'oiree and be  '^comfortable.   ��������� A   large 'stock   to  f   v select'from in our Hardware Store.  ���������.  ���������.      1   - - 11  A package'off Imp Soot'I Destroyer will clean  your chimney without any trouble, Price 25c.  5    %[  yiil  ' '-41  -,u       iff  ���������'4  n  BIG CRASH:  Heavy Defalcations in Mining  y ���������' Companies:',-1 "y--  t- .-'>,' 'a i'Y ,' '  , Des .'Moines,'la.,>.Oct. I 4.���������F.oity  thousand dollais shoitagc in< the,affairs of the lowa-Lillooot Gold_. Dre'dg-  ing1Co.v and-the'llawkeye .Co^both of  tvliich'aie organized at-low a-Falls foi  thc^puipose of dicdging,* the Frasei  nvci in Butish Columbia, .has caused  a sensation throughout the states owing to thc piominence of the men involved. ' ,     i      *  Mrs. Maude Hamilton, the company's stenogiapber, admits that she  destioyed the company's books at -the  instance of an employer.       >'  The shoitagc has caused a tumble  to the value of the stock,and hundicds  of Icwa people are loseis.   '  '.WRECKED.;  ,-'���������',< -   ���������     ,      V  Steamer Barbara .Boscowitz  , , Struckta Rbckand Sunk ' ,!  v--. ������������������^-Four Lives Lost.1 l'   ���������  * The steamei Batbar.i/Boscwit/ is'm  wreck hi -British Columbia wateis  She rstruckYaJ*,;iock-yat- Paigon's Bay,  Harbledon island, and then 'broke"1in  two ���������_, Four Indian cliildien were  diowned. .*��������� Altogether she had 150  passengers aboaul.- All weie safely  landed on thc island except the four  of whom one was a girl of sixto n and  the others youngei They^verc diow tied by thc capsizing of a boat. The  steamer was on ncd iin Victoi ia.       ?  THURSDAY, SERT. 29  AND FOLLOWING DAYS?   -?  The Grantiy companv earned 1'-2,9()(>-  3-17 for the \ear nt a cost of ,$2,()82,8:-53  FISHING CAMP ON SHUSWAP R1YKH.  Photo bj Gor.ild H   Jlooro.  GREAT NORTHERN MjNES  W. B. Pool Resigned and  6.  Crilly Appointed Manager.  At a meeting of the Gi cat Northern  Mines company at Nelson \V. 15. Pool  lesigned as manager and 11. Cully was  appointed in his stead It is intended  to clo*-c down thc Oyster-Ciileiir>n  mine foi a time till moie stamps aie  added to thc mill so as to cnsiiii- more  econoniic.il treatment of oie.  Mr. Ciilley states the Oystci-Criterion ne\ei was in bettci condition than  ���������it piesent. Jt is developing into n  line propeity with lino leservei of tne  of pay grade. On the fiist level the  tunnel is being extended along tin-  Oyster-Criterion ledge, and nn this  ledge some ore of excellent guide is  being exti.icted and run through thc  mill. With each foot driven theie is  an increase in the quantity of thc  "backs," and at piesent tlic face of the  tunnel has a vertical depth fiom thc  suifacc of l.")0 feet. When this tunnel  has teen driven about 50 feet it will  intcrtect tbe Eva ledge which is from  li\e to siv feet in width, ������itli ore of h  goodgiadc,  Mi. Ciilley took to Nelson on Monday a gold brick valued at .-pi,G00, being the result of two weeks tiial run  of or& from the Lucky Jack at Poplar.  PEACHLAND.  t lull ie  enn-  Following the e\iitnplc set I'?,  ownei-j of many I't-gc mucin."-,  humbly property at Peach In in  turning '100 acres, lias been sub divided  into seventy lots,and these an- i.ipiilly  being disponed of al good priccn. This  property was tiie one which fiiMt it.ivp  the locality of Peach In ml a ie.iii-.iit inn  as a fruit gtowing centre, the otchanl  being ont? of the oldest anil best, in the  distiict.  'Our   milliners   have   been   very   busyafer  soiue'time uettin,> ready.for our .Fall dis-  play- and can- promise   you that we have  -\   ���������>  spared   no'(.pains  to   makn   this our best'.  We will ce ready with an immense assort-"  ment of wealth and beauty to please.    We  - 11       '  .welcome you and hope to see? you  on the  o r *i  above date.  S & GO.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .    .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office;__Abattoir and .Cold'Storage;:     '  Calvary.' Alberta  BUS  Y  WW  aincoat^  They're very nobby this  year���������just as good an  overcoat as raincoat too.  $4 to $20 represents our prices, which are  graded in easy stage's between these extremes.  Our Clothing Department is receiving  a New lot of Swell Clothing even- day.  a  FIT-REFORM WARDROBE,  *//���������'  i J**"*"IB'*^S n*r'  -'jit- ^.-wiitf fftiy rv���������T*!%ysy$,$r  I THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  ,' Gbe Ifcoqtenas flfcail  PUBL1SHKU  SATURDAY.i  ���������AT���������   "  KEVELSTOKE. B.C..  Subscription        -        S2.00. Per    Annum  ,VFRTltiIVG KATKS on application  Change! in =������ndinB ndvcrU-emonlR mu-.t  twTnta 9 a. m. Vtane^ny of each week to  Ss ire b~������ Si-play. Standing advortwiig  Salter will be chang������i twicen month willi  mit extra charge Kor moio. 'rcqiient  Xrnuo��������� the time occupied ,n .niking  , Sme w Ul be charged at usual rates,.  JOB PRINTING promptly executed at reasonable. rate=. , ,        .  TEBilS���������Cash. Subscription- payable in advance. ,        , ,  r*ni������R.E-PONDENCE invited   on matters or  C������pubbcT.iiere.-.t. Co.nmun.cationh, to Kdi-  rnr rauit be accompanied by name o  Witer not nece.--ar.ly for publication,   ut  Wo do not  ''-n-ntcr. not iiccce**  'as eiidcnceof  -hould be hrici  TTARVEY  .   BAHBISTEBS  Offices  ks' eVidencc of pood fKith.   Correspondence  MCCARTER.,  '  AND PINkUAM,  SOLICITOUS, ktc.  MoLfeO.ss   Hank   '"lock,   Hkvbl-  "j    1 STOKE,  11. C.  Ko.t Steele, B. C.  Money to loan, r      "  Offlcte: IteveUtokc. B. C.  ,1. A. IIahvky,  Port Stoele,  B.C.  Geo. 3. JIcCaktek,  A. M. PlNKllAM.  UcvcMoke, B. 0.  TOHN   MANNING   SCOTT    B. A.'  J    L. L.B.,.    ',   ;,  <    Bahrister, Solicitor, Etc.  I ( *  Fiist Street. ,?, Revelstoke,  B.C.  E  DWABD A. HAG GEN,  r".  Mining Enginkeu,  '(MemY American Inbtituto, Mining Kngnieci-b)  , (Mem.- Canadian Mining Institute.) ^  i .    Revelstoke, B. C.  Eiamin'atioA of and reports on Mineral Pro-  " perties a Specialty.  \ Vxtfee^opteria^ flbail  \4f ���������  SATURDAY, OCTOBER ,8, 1904.  - '-Never before in British Columbia " says 'the Cranbrook Hera.cl,  Vhas'the provincial governments  revenue from timber,,been so large;  ancl vet, when the Kootonnys were  burning up, rio move was made by  the'government _to save,the timber  to'the lumberman."  tit  ��������� Save an,East'Kootenay exchange  ' "All aboard��������� for the Flathead conn-  ', try," some 6f,Canada's richest lands.  '���������"Go'Iiv the way of-American points,'  ,: as  the -British'Columbia "govern-  -ment thinks so little 9f the business  ,. in "that country  that it* has not  ���������spent  a  cent on  either,,,roads   or  '���������"trails1 t'o permit entrance by way,of  "' Canadian points." ,  i A party of railway engineers examined the Cherry ���������Creek pass last,  week,-taking'the elevation with a  view to'acertaining the-best grade  fofa railway to connect tbe boundary and Okanagan districts via  the Kettle "and Cherry 'Creek valleys.' AVith a railway, through the  Shuswap and Lumby sections, that  pait of, the country willgo ahead  bydeaps and-bounds.  happy and prosperous  for a "moment pretend to say that  Sir Wilfred Laurier and his cabinet  are, immaculate and never make  mistakes. But we do say, and say  it fearlessly, that any slight errors  into which thev may at times have  fallen, have been inconsequential.  On general principles, therefore,  wc   are   safe in   saying   that  tlie  present , Liberal    .government   at  Ottawa has so regulated  national  affairs as to bring about and retain  a lengthened"perio*d ' of   prosperity  hitherto unknown. No government  can' produce   abundant'.' harvests,  nor can they make the rain  to fall  or the sun to shine, but it is within  their sphere to so adjust and'regulate the trade policy of the country  as to give the greatest good to the  2reatest number.    This, is what has  been done^inc! it is this which has  caused and still,, maintains the unparalleled  prosperity we  have enjoyed since 1896.    We   would  a&l*  those electors whose'chief desire is  tlie welfare of lliedominion to calmly  consider this matter and  contrast  thc effects of tlie two policies enunciated by the leaders of the .Liberal  and   Conservative 'parties.     Tlic  policv.of the opposition is a policy  of  exclusion and   would  build ;a  high   tariff wall   between this  and  other countries, practically destroying outside trade  and  commerce;  while 'the .policy  of   the  Liberal  party"tends to build  up trade and  foster  commerce   both   internally  and with other nations willing  to  trade with u& on fair-and eqintsiblo  terms. This privilege is granted'by  levying a'customs duty on articles  of foreign  growth' or inanufacurc  entering our 'country,  such^ duty  not being in the nature  or  having  the'effect of exclusion, but&ufhcient  to''provide -funds   wherewith,.to  carry on   public   business  without  having to'resort to direct taxation.  The Liberal party does not. profess  and does no believe that its- policy  is without a flaw, but it does hold  that.it is-as near  perfection,as  is  possible   in   the   present  state of  things.  ��������� With the constant'cliang-  of   conditions   it   frequently  becomes necessary   to   increase or  modify-the duty on certain articles,  and the Minister of customs has no  hesitation in  recommending whatever changes he may.discover to be  in thc interest of the public at large.  The aim of  legislation  should   bo  tho benefit of the  general   public  and not a  favored  few  as. would  rcsult'from a high   protective tarift  being adopted:    " ' -  The more the independent electors of Canada*'study this question  thc deeper will be rthc conviction  that the Liberal party' is the one  deserving-their support. Acting on  this.well-founded conviction .they  will make-no mistake in voting.for  the Liberal candidate at the forthcoming election.  lh  friends wuio vol m power  Yukon territory wassull unknown  ami had no postal facilities, but  as soon as the rush to that territory  lio������a i no time was lost in making  sirninqements for tho transportation  and distribution of mail there. '1 he  oYxpe.iditure so far largely exceeds  tho income, but the settled policy  of the government is that wherever  there are settlers all reasonable  efforts will be made to afford them  communication   with , the   outside  world:   *, - , . .  Jt is because of this record, which  has ho 'equal, logether_ with the  benelioient policy of the Laurier  administration, that they look for  a renewal of confidence in .the  pending election!. If ever,a government merited public confidence in  being,triumphantly're-elected, it is  that of Sir Wilfred Laurier and the  able ministers who ard';'as&ouiated  with"liim."      ,'i'  THE ELECTIONS.  ,   '       Okanagan.    ���������  So far as this  neighborhood' iscon-  ������������������i-rned'polities are quiet and tuit little  inteiest   seems  to   be   taken   iiy'the  (���������lection.     With, the  exception 'of  mii a 11   meeting  of  Conservatives  t'  J. Guy Barber  JEWELRY.  POLITICAL ACTION.  ������������������ The development which the Okanagan has'seen in the past is not a  patch on that whicli will take place  in, the future* now that railway  transportation through tlie .valley  seems to be' taken up in earnest.  In the Cherry Creek mineral belt  this district has evidences of  'wealth which are not surpassed in  any .portion of the province and  climatic conditions are exceptionally favorable.  -   FOR  'Advantage should_.be taken during the dominion elections?,to exact  from tho candidates a, pledge  that  they will do all ,in their  power  to  have -such., improvements  effected  on the river  below ' the . Okanagan  lake as will.have the effect of low7  ering the.lake during high   water.  During the last two seasons   parti-  'cularlv Kolowna lias suffered from  high water, and.'unless,, something  is done, the inconvenience will prove  greater each'season as -that''town  grows-and the traffic with outlying  towns-increases. -There is   no engineering  difficulty   in Hhe ,way.  Thc difference between  Dog  Lake  and Okanagan'Lake? affords ample  scope for getting the necessary fall.  While,a large number of the people  are not affected one way or another  they are unamious in-saying they  will support any action, which will  bendfit Xelowna.-   There is one exception.     That is Mr. Ellis.    That  gentleman;' though*, tie   owns   the  whole  countryside   on  the  south,  takes the stand tliat he admits the  proposedMinprovcmc'nts would add  to tlie'value of his land  at 1-cntic-  ton, but he opposes  the  work on  the ground' that  it  may  damage  some'portion   of - his .property   between there and thc boundary, and  if it does he says he is  going after  the government for  compensation.  He "also   raises   the  question   that  the matter would become an international one by increasing the flow  of water on the* meadows  south'of  the boundary.    Of course the whole  matter will havo-to be considered  carefully from an engineering point  of view." r.nd  in any 'action   that  may ,,he    taken * "the     dominion  government will.be  guided   by the  views of experts,  matter  casually  ad-  l're.-i-'ed by.' Mr.'Burrill, not a move  seems to have ben taken in tbe whole  Okiinagiin Valley towards'rallying the  ���������forces ancl making preparations for the  coming fray. This may be attributed  to'the certainty, uni-ersally expressed,  of Mr. Ross' return, but this is bad  policy, "and one tliat often leads to  ratal results. Apaih'y, like a dry rot,  will soon ,sup*,the fibre of a'nation, n  paity or an individual, and leave the  wreck of theii- high hopes and expectations stranded on the rocks ^of un-  looked for defeat ami discomfiture.  In so far as this constituency is con1  ecr'ned there is-no reason to be apprehensive of the final 'result, but victory  is likely to perch on'the banner of  those wlio leave no' stone un turned to  prove their faith in l.tlieir works. We  would urge our friends to be up and  doing. Let the chairman ami secretary  of each local committee call the  .workers togothor'and seotionali/.c the  work   to  Lo  done,  and  owder  SOLD ON ITS MERITS ONLY  Contains full value in baking  powder; the purest, most  . economical -made., '' ','.  Price Baking Powder Go  '        ' CHICAGO. U.S. A.?    ' *- '  SELKIRK  T.ODGE, NO. 12. I. O. O. F.  Moots every TucmIh.)  evening in Selkirk  Hull at 8 o'clock.  Visiting brethren cordially invited 'to *���������'-  tund. <  , bCO  IlYG/GOUGll, n.g.  J.?MATHIK. Sfc  Kootenay Lodge No.l5A.,F, & A.M.  Tho regular meeting'- ure hold in the  Mii<-onio Tuniplc.  Odd'i-ellowh Hull, oil  Hit- tliiidMomluy in  ouch month lit S  li.ni. Vi-,it ing brethren coi'dmlly welcomed.- .  <<���������        ���������        .   ,  J'UOtJUNlKi-, Skokktakv.  St..ANN'S'CONVENT  KAMLOOPS, b. a-        ;  IT13VLTHY Locution, Moilorn '"omonionces  "I All rJoimi-tiiioiit".. Spociul coiir-,0-, in  Miimc, French, Plain and lrancy Noodlownrk  under conipotonc instructor-,, ihe uim is to  cultivate both mind and hoait, dow-loii u <;Oiin<t  body, und fit tlio student lor tlio womanly clulio-,  ' Hoy's under 12 yours- or atto aro rocoivod as day  pupils. " , ',  l*or particuliu-'uddioss,: ,''  SISTT'-'l SUPI'IUOK, KnmUioiis.'  "1847  Rogers Bros.'*.  Knives.'Forks, -   ;  ,,   Spoons, etc.  Eyes carefully examined mid  piopcrly fitted to the best grade  ofj;la!iM.!>. "    ���������*-  C.J.Wilkes  -   ,?MACflINIST,& ' ���������  ' \. BLAGKSMITH.    -.  All'Kinds ol Jobbing Work Done.     .  Sowing Machines and JJicyclco Cleaneda  , and Uepaired. f~    ,     '    ,   ���������  Keys fitted on the Shortest Notice.  'Opnobitc .  Salvation Army,  as  one  from   which  hope  of  deriving  a  thc  alreatlv  Judging irom its last report and  balance-sheet, the Revelstoke hospital is one of the best managed  public institutions of the province.  That the committee shoulcU-havc  succeeded jn liquidating within a  year the heavy liabilities shown in  the iormer balance-sheet speaks  volumes for the work done and for  the results achieved oy the secretary-treasurer. Mr. Phipps, with  the aid of hi.s fellow committeemen.       ^^  THE FIGHT IS ON. -  Since it became certain tliat a  general election for the Hous-e of  Commons would be held before,the  rigors of winter ?et in both parties  have buckled on the armour and  are making preparations (or  fray. Mr. Jiorden has  commenced his tour in Ontario,  and will continue it till the eve ot  election da v. Sir Wilfred Laurier  is also stepping into tlie arena oi  public debate with all liii8 old time  eloquence and enthusiarin, and,  with his health re-established, lor-  tified with ii record of successful  administration, ancl conscious of  having thc endorsation of the great  majority of the electorate of the  Dominion behind1 him, he can treat  with ef*uainity thc desperate  eflorts of the opposition to minimize the excellent business-like  manner which has characterized  the Liberal party for the past eight  years.  Comparisons are said lo bo  odious, but it is only by contrasting  the records of tho two parties while  in power that we can intelligently  judge as to which of them the  people of Canada, irrespective of  party leanings and aflihations,  should give their adherence in the  present contest. The record of the  Liberal party under the leadership  of Sir Wilfred Laurier is one which  is unsurpassed in its beneficial  results by any governing body on  the face of the globe, and one whicli  entitles them to a further renewal  of confidence by all those who are  ' desirousf-of   seeing    the   country  -TIIK POSTAL RttllVIClC.  There is perhaps no department  of thc public service of more intimate relationship with thc public  at large, or a surer barometer'of  the business of a country, than that  of the post ollice department. Consequently it will not be out of place-  to mention a few facts which arc of  general interest. Until recent  years this department has been  looked upon  there was  no  revenue, the utmost that was expected being that it be as near self-  sustaining as possible. Up to the  time that Sir William Mulock became postmaster general there was  always a deficit, the only difference  being that in some years it was  creator-than in others, the average  deficit being about $600,000 per  annum'. In the face of this Sir  William brought his well known  ability to the task of reforming the  service, in cutting off useles*- expenses, and in placing the department on a substantial foundation.  His first act, that of reducing the  postal rate from three to two cents  on domestic letters and from five to  two cents on letters for Britain,  was met with determined opposition  by the Conservative party, Sir  Charles Tupper being on record a.-  having publicly stated that a reduction was pn-pu-li-roii-", and  could not he done without a loss to  the country of a million dollars pf-r  .-in num.  Xolhing daunted, however, but  rather stimulated by th<*.n|>po������ilion  he encountered, Sir William carried  out his project and cheap postage  is the result. To do this without  increasing the dc-fioiu- of former  years would have been u feat of  very rare accomplishment, but  more than this was the rcnull.  Instead of an ever-recurring shortage thc'department has not only become self-sustaining but is now .iblo  to put .f 300,000 i nto the general trot) -  sury. To attain this rcmnrlcable  result in such a short time indiciitcs  clear headed forethought and executive ability of no common order  on the part of Sir William. Lot  us add that the difficulties which  beset him were more numerous-md  greater than they would have been  in older and more thickly settled  countries. The vast prairies ol the  N.W.T. and the increase of the  population in L.C. made it necessary to establish new post oflicos,  with the consequent expense of  opening up and sustaining now  routes, which is a heavy yearly  charge on the general postal revenue. ���������  Another item of expense is yet to  be noted.   While our Conservative  Looking at thc  ..these fears-.will  probably prove groundless, but if  thc work can possibly be .done it  should he carried out as soon as  possible. Kelowna is rapidly coming to thc front as one of the most  important agricultural and fruit  export centre's of the province/and  the interests of its .people are entitled to first consideration.   ,    -  Another matter that should be  discussed during these elections, us  it ia one with which the federal  government has to deal, i? the  question of Indian reserves. About  50,000 acres oi land on the Okanagan Lake are lied up from settlement by these reserve?, and many  thousands of acres in .Similkameen. The Indians don't use, a  fraction of that vast area' of land  and never will. As matters stand  these reserves are a great dm whack  to the district, and the areas should  be revised, retaining for the Indians what they will actually require, and will use. and opening  the remainder for settlement. Candidates should' be ^pledged to  amendment of these reservations  and the opening of the areas for  mineral locations at all events.  necessary \\  that, there be no failure in using all  legitimate means toward polling-cvery  vole favorable to our candidate.  ���������~ We haven good candidate,-our cause  is good,"and thorp-should be nd difli-  cujty in rolling up a" substantial  majority "for Duncan Itoss. But, we  repent, this ^can only be done-, by  standing shoulder'to shoulder,, each  and every elector ''making Mie cause  his own and inducing all within the  reach of his influence to do likewise.  The Liberal,Candidate.  ,  . Duncan Itoss, the Keforni candidate  for Yale-Cariboo, has about completed  a canvas, of the southern riding, and  will now "devote some time to,; the  Okanagan .Valley by holding meetings  ancl delivering addresses to the electors  on the questions at issue between the  two great, parties% Thc exact' dates  of meetings here and in other sections,  of the valley 'are not yet definitely  arranged, but will be duly,announced  in the Okanaoaj- JTi'.kai.o and by  posters.       ., . .        ,  Splendid Outlook in Ontario.'  Mr..Cowan, M.P., for South, Essex,  say: instead of'the piesent Conservative majoiityof about twenty in On-  taiio he will be smpriscd if Mr. Borden  got oncof.'twclve. Ke sees no revulsion  against -tlic government; he fails to  find that either, manufacturers or contractors are going tqcrcate a campaign  hi nd; he is convinced? that the transcontinental i-aihviiyischemois popular;  he knows that thti country is prosperous and contented.'  Liberals to Sweep New Brunswick.  , Attorney-General fugsley'says.: ���������'1  have not the slightest fear as to, the  result of tbe general elections in iSTe\v  Brim.-wick, no matter when they may  be called. We will surely win in  Restigouchc, Kent, Gloucester, Westmoreland, York, Victoria, and Mada-  w.iska, where the election of the  government candidate is conceded. In  Charlotte and possibly St. John City  and County the Conservatives may be  victorious, but we expect to recapture  King's arid Albert, Carleton and Sun-  bury and Queen's.' There is also every  reason to belie\e that Northumberland will go Liberal.  Ho. Icy on Hot Springs  ���������if anilavium1. ,  mllE MEDICAL WATERS of Hal-  I ' cyon ate the most curative in the  world. A perfect,- natural remedy for  all Neivous and Muscular disease*-,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments  and 'Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure  for "That Tired Feeling." Special  rates on all boats and trains, lwo  mails ai rive and depaif every day.  Telegraph .communication -with all  parts-ot the world.' An- experienced  massanger.. ���������, "    ,     ,    ���������, _" ' ,  Halcyon Hot Springs  J>������rrobOiI.aKe.~T}. C.       p - -  ' (Sucessprn tu W. A. Smith A- Co.)  . '-i -' _������������������  IIEADQUAIlTBRS'KMt  ���������   Bread &   ",,;  '; Cakes.,  - t.ti, ' i   '    <' OFrALL KINDS  Licensed '��������� Auctioneer  ��������� -   q[ Revelstoke.  FIRST ST.  for Gity  Full supply of fresh'  groceries just   -;���������-.  . ?. .  opening up  Prompt attention given- to all orders.  -TRY  THE OWL  RESTAURANT  -'First Street,  --���������   i *���������*  -SFItevolistoko. '  Knst of 'Molsons Rank  For your me;  Meals 25c ancl...  rates.    Good service guaranteed.  YODO FCJTI, Pioprietor.  leals.    Open day and night,  id upward.   Special weekly  Win. Fleming,  1   Wliolcilo ami 1'cUil;'  ' ' ,  '���������Meat";:MepehanL  Fish 'and,Game   in 'Season;  \-FirstSt., Revelstoke."  Gait Coal!  NOW IS YOUR TIME >r  to get in votir winter supply of coal.  I liave'juM received a full stock ol'  the above coal nnd cm make prompt,  delivery.  Pay no attention lo others representing they can sell you Gait Coal.  They have not, got it and can't gc I  Us equal. " '.  Druyinp* work and furniture moving  ���������i specialty.  Orders left at W. M. Lawrence's or  R. M.-Smythe's will have pininpl attention.  J. C   HUTCHISON.  ,    [Succosssor In Dr. (lurry.     jt    _?-      .  ' '..'   Dentist   y  Gold Crown and Bridge  ,.    Work-a, Speciality.   v ( '  "' f ' *  i  Dental Parlors overBew's  ..pp-Drug Store, ' '"'.,  MACKENZIE AYE.  J. MALEY :  ��������� WILL  RE-OPEN _,  iHis, Flowoi, li'mil, and VokoIiiIjIo Slnro in      ^  J. SAMSON'S HUILDINU, SECOND ST 1110HIV,'  ON   MONDAY,   JULY   4th    , ,  Froi-li VoKOtalilo--, Pot Hauls ami l-Mowors, and  Fruit, Tor Salo.t* Onlor-, lakon for locally urowii  Tomato and ollior Hants for -.ottuiK out.  An A-mtACitvi: Sidx-is a I5usini:ss Puoudoi-i- ������'  THOBNTpN&ECCLESp  Painters. Paperhang-ers   _  '    and Sign Writers"   '. -  Estimalos givon for all kinds of houso piiintiiiK.  Ordors for FaporliiiiiiriiiK "'K1 Kal&oiiiiuinB will    ,  receive, prompt attention. t  f    ���������'!���������  LETTERING;'&'OOLD.LEAF WORK'  -    - A   (SPECIALITY.1,, '  I     ADDRESS : 1*. O. HOX 232, or  SECOND ST., Behind C. P. R. Shops.  ���������   Order.-, loft at J. W  lloiinolt's will bo  promptly allendod to.      ?   WOOD YARD  1 have Mai-ted, a permanent Wood  Yard"on' Third street.' With mv past  experience r hope to he in!a position  to saluify all requirenii'iits of-custom.  ers. Mill and curd wood -supplied in  any lengths at, reduced prices for eash-  .    - 11. SAMSON.  "  W. A. McDonald  -PLASTERER it BRrCKLAYER-'  ,-      ���������_,. ,'     1-lOVKIiSTOICE        '   ���������', -.'  The onlyTu-ht-clnss plasterer in town.  Let'nicYknow your lequironionts.    A  Carload ol Linio just imported. -A Carload of Brick under order.  To Trapper^  Raw Furs Bought  .������'"*'   dash Prices.Paia  F.   B    WELLS,  ' Exporter of Purs.  f. Mccarty  g been appointed agent Cor  Uevelstokc for TUK      ,    -  Pacific Coal Company, of-Banff  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with thc choicest the market  ,    affords.    Best  Wines,  Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $ i a day. ' Monthly rate.'  .a.l:b:e:r,t    stoiste,   pbop.  j.  Flavins;  is now in a position to supply  '     VAT-rc-CAIUBOO.  This- constituency is an important one from itsf-izc and constantly  increa.-ini' population; its niiiiin<-  prospocts-, which are not yet fully  (k'veh-peil; its timher ranges, tin*  value of whicli if constantly in-  crwisinjr; it������ mild ami ���������/cnisil clirn-l  tiLe, with it" U'lli- "f llintisaiiilo of |  acres of fertile land Miitahl'* for}  agricultural and pn-jtor.il pur-uil-,  as well a.*- i!*- um-Mimph-il fruit  growing c;ipahiiiti<'s mark it a.-  Iii'ing in a fi-w vimrt y������*ar.-> Llu* ideal  home of a thickly ->Htied and |>ro-  t-pcrou-- community. 'I'lii-- i-u no  tl ream or far-lVU-hcd pi-cdicti'in. hut  a hold htnUsmont of what wilhiri  the next decade will he an accomplished fact. K������������li elector can do  a little towards the attainment of  this dcsiral'lo <-nrl, Lhe first anrl  foremost of present duties hcing tn  cast our votes for good and honest  government, without which no  nation can ho ex peeled   to prosper.  That government is tho one  which Sir Wilfred Laurier if ^i"^  arul his representative in Llmt constituency is Duncan Koss, the coming M. I', for Yale-Cariboo.  Typo nnd Press says . "Revelstoke  is a live British Cohunliiii town, and  the ollice of the Koo'ii:.s'av Maii, is no  disgrace to the place. The original  plant was secured' from Miller ife  Richard in I8!M, and recently this  was enlarged by the addition of a.  Wharfcdiile press, a. Kminor web press,  iui Kelipsc folder, it Drehiner power  hinder, an Acme wire stitcher i.nd  yt-her lirst cIiihh machinery-^.  DUNDONALD'S MISTAKE.  THR   BSOLfrilf HEVIFAV OF RR-  VIJ5WS :  t'nder;the.-iho\eciiption thisKnglish  pa pel writ'-s ���������'There has-been no  echo in this country of Hie etched  n.iii-i*ri-ii> whioh the Canadian .lingoes  iitli-ii'd mi thc dt'ijii'ture of T.'ird Dun-  d.iimld. He mis'0"k hi" latitude If  In- had sti nek hi- heioic pn--'' in Oiipi*  ['.mil, he would liil\f been welcuni-d  il ,-'ititli,iiil[iti)ii .1-1 the saviour of tlie  l-hnpire. Ciinad.i i������ anothci atVair,  Fur iii in on lii-nling tln-re wen- no  hand-* br.iymg Unle I'.rit.inniii .intl  Ci>ni|Ui-ring Hi-r������. F'������r him, on tbe  oiMitr.irj, only thu cold shoiilder and  tin- <|iii'-ilion, "Why did V">i inak"  -neb a fmil of \Miii-'-lf '' We an*  -nrry for f^nd" fjtmd m ild, a hi.uo  -nMwr, *.vho de-<*r*.od ���������* l".'trfr f.it".  But his experience v.ill probably be  profitable to tho-'- who come after linn.  Miht.iiMin mu-t not go iiionkeying  with 'elf-governing eolotiie-*. If it  dues it will share tin- fate of the moii-  kev with the bii//- Jaw. "  ,? At thc following prices:  Lump Coal $10.50 per ton  Egg        "   $10.50   ������'     "  Stove     "   $10.50   '  Nut        "     $9.00   '  As this coal is smokeless and particularly clean, and is more olliciont  than any of the soft coals on the  market, it will he found favorable fuel  for all domestic purposes, including  (tii nnces, stoves and kitchen ranges.  l-'or those requiring hIoiuii coal the  pea and buckwheat si/.es will he found  sat it-fuel my and economical. Prices  will be ij noted on these small si/.cs on  application.  K. MoCAR'nyCoal iMeroliiinl,,  Revelstoke, 11. C,  p..<>b-oK>o<>-oK><><><^^  British Columbia Illustrated  CONTAINING 160 VIEWS  Illusbisiting thc Boundless. Resources of  -   The Richest Province In the British Empire  Us coal, oil and timber;  its -fisheries on sea, lake and river; its  mineral'and agricultural  resources;  its cities and   towns;   its nycr,  lake and   mountain scenciy, especially illustrating its great mining  development, with views ol all thc principal mines, mills, smelters, etc  ��������� Sent Popt-free on Receipt of Price, $1.00 and $1.50  Address, JAMES-LAWLER, Rossland, B. C.4  The largest adveitisor in and for British Columbia.  BEST BUY IN  B.  C.  CANADA,  AT  15   CENTS  GltKATEST  DlSCOVEIlY   Ol"  IS   IN    B  Gold !  Tin-;  Ac; ic  USE '^aSS^^P-  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in the World  Mail us 15 Koyal Crown Honp  Wrappers, and in return we  1 will mail a beautiful Picture  si/.e I(ix20 ; or for 23 Wrappers  your choice of over 100 hooks,  Drop us a post card asking ,  for ii catalogue of premiums  to be had KRF'IC for Royal  Grown Soa.p Wrappers.  Address  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. Limilcd.  Ml  .. AliK.ai  ...'....Huiil. 't  OCEAN .STEAMSHIPS.  Itoyul Mull Linos.  CtioapoHt Ronto to tho Olrt Country.  ALLAN I.INK-Krom Moalic-iil.  1'itrlnlui  Aiik,  'I lllli^l.LII    llHH 111  '   ��������� ���������  DOMINION I.INK    I'roni Monlifiil.  k'nulii-Ctoii     ,'��������� 'V'k'',������!  lirmiliiKin  ,"K- ���������  Vniiciiwr        l"**;-".  1,'uiiiulu       Ht-|it.,l  CAN. I'AC. A'l'l.AN'l ICH. S.~ 1'ioin Mniiln-ul.  |Al������'l'llllllipllllll '\������K_ I'i  IjiI������i Knii         hti|i . I  Ijiki- Mmilloliii      Hc'il. 8  AMKIUCAN LINK, -Kriiia New Yoik.  iM-oiih ���������       ''"��������������� f-  Nnw VnrW  A"K-1>  Will I'I*'. H'l'AR LINK���������Krom Nuw York.  Mmliwllc     '>"���������������.'.!  (li-i-anli;   TuiiIoiiio   (JUNAllD MNB-Krom Nc-v York.  K\ nivlii  J}"-r!!  laiwitila... '  AUK-2,i  Umlirla ��������� ..hopt. .1  |*MMM<!iiKcrst.lokoLe(l UirotiKh lo nil purw of  (Irail, Uritalii nnil Irolnntl; nml nt spcctiilly low  nitortlo all linrts of tlio Kiiroponn continent.  Apply lu nuiu-ost railway or HtoniiiHliipunoiit or  to ������������������._''  T.  W. BRADSHAW, Aftont,  Rovolstolio  yf. P. F  CUMMINOS,   Paolllo   Affont  .Aiik.21  .. Aiik.;"  THE BIG* ZFOTTIR  Consolidated Gold Mines, Limited.  Cuiiitiil $('.'25,000, of which 35 percent in shares is now in our  Tioasury.    Hlinrcs fully paid anil non-itHsossahlo.  Ali net. directly west, of the Lo  Riiiand lji'lifii No.a- Win ICaufle,  aud (Jcnli-cKtiii-, I'liiit-ol' lhe lin-f--  i*������l, Kold-eoppei- mines in llu*  world, all of whicli have. paid  Ini'Ki' dividetitls.  wSaitie identical on* and veins  now iu sinhl, on the lilCi FOUR.  harm* on- bullies.  Assays 1'ruiii $5 to $S00 in  (���������.oiii, copriei'. silver, etc. Veiy  lich displny i������ no'V on exhibition  in the city ore exhibit, c-uisinf-  widc comment.  Wc have nearly two miles of  railway on UiK ���������''oui' property  wilh water and linibei iniibuiKl-  unci*.  Rowland ore hliipments for  11*02, :).'if),(K"IJ tuns. Whipped for  llK'H, .-iliiiiit -110,000 tons. Total  value of Rossland ores mined,  $27.(XK),000.    ^   Please Note Price at  15 cents share  FOR ONE MONTH.  Rossliintl'h liiifji'ote bodies are  Rtfi'i'iil, Miccesi with tlie concentration system of ore reduction.  $:i.(M) ore now pays to mine as  now proved by the latest reports  and dividends.  No loss than 100 allures sold.  Shines can lie hud on instalment  plan, payments monthly; twenty  per cent cash, balance within ti  year.  Company have no debts or liabilities and a full fence ol* men  now working.  Relerences���������The lion- Mayor,  Gold Commissioner, Postmaster,  or any bank or business man in  the city.  Tluiro in n liilo in lli-j nlTnir-, of man  Whicli, tllkcn nt Ilia' llnud.  loud-, on  to  forltinaj I  Omitted, nil Uiu voy.iKu of Uioir life  T^ lioiind in -dmllows nnd in inisorius.  Ail) minium less .slum $100 send hy pnst-  uIIIli: nr cvprcss- iniiiicv order, over tliib  fimntiiit, b> bank draft tu Secretary  Big Four Consolidated  Gold Mines, Limited,  Rossland, Ii. C, Canada.  :��������� Order blanks and our most comprehensive and complete Illustrated Prospectus showing all Itossland .nines and Riving valuable  , or .at on with Maps, unci Beporta from Aiming linKmee.s.sent  only'to inv-eUorsortliose desiring to invest, i*,<-^  , i *  /  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  - - '���������     -   ** ���������^Y?-  MINERAL  STRIKES.  tr  D   '  V  V  K  "'i  ������������������������'  ���������*��������� ������  ,    Good News from Fish and  Mohawk Creeks. ���������  Four Feet of Ore on Silver  Dollar and Strikes on Goat  Mountain. <  i    i News wiis received this week of great  ' strikes of ore on Mohawk and Fish  Creeks. At the" Silver Dollar, four  feet of steel? galena was encountered  in the tunnel, which is in 112 feet on  'the vein. Concentrating ore has been  got all along, but on the surface there  is a showing of solid ore, and it was  for this the'manager, Air. Darragh,  'was directing operations. The exposure is evidently a continuation of a  rchutCof solid ore, and the tunneHias  been driven on it sixteen feet earlier  than Air.-Darragh, expected, ab ho is  not' yet under the surface showing.  This  is considered  one  of  the" best  '   strikes  made  in  thc  Lardeau.     Mr.  Rosenberger, who is  one of the  best  ' inining men in the country, went to  see it, and expressed his opinion that  tho strike ,was kof great importance,  (and would result in considerable  attention being given -Mohawk Creek  by'mining men.  Mr. Darragh is being congratulated  'on all hands on^his good luck, and  thc strike will also' be" good news for  the Elwood TinwofUers Alining Company; who'own and : are operating'.the  property'. This-company has stayeel  with the Tool and Fish Creek districts  now for some years, and thanks to the  integrity of the company's secretary-  treasurer, Mr. Bottbrff, the company's  mining operations have been conduct-  .ed in a clean - and straightforward  manner.      __ .     ,      ������,  Everybody is glad to hear of the  company's good fortune, and the hope,  is expiessed on all hands* that they  will reap the" rich; reward for whicli  they have so 'persistently sought and  deserve. In addition to * thc silver  values the ore'on the company's property runs up'to $5G a ton in gold.  ' ' _      __ GOAT  -MOUNTAIN". <*       ,    ',  Good news  also comes'from  Goat  Mountain.     George Gold finch, who, is  "   tlic-sluckiest, inining   man   on   Fish  Creek, has again struck it rich.,    The  development work-he is now doing on  the Scout Group has   turned out welj,  the, whole face of, the tunnel presen't-  'inga showing of galena and carbonates.    He is now  putting   through  a  'deal for this property."'    ,,  ' A godcrstrikVluufalso been"made on'  George Goldsmith's other property on  >  Goat Mountain, the Guardsman, where  there is a showing of 18 inches of solid  ore.  BIG UNDERTAKING.  C. P: R. to beDouble-Tracked ,  from'Coast'to Coast.  ,< St. Paul, Sept. 29.���������Sir Thomas  Shaughnessy/president of thf* C. P. R.,  in an'inter'view, said it would'not be  many years before the C. P. R.' is  double-tracked from coast to coast. ITe  said'the work' of double tracking between Fort'William and"* Winnipeg  was making rapid progress and would  be continued steadily until the entire  great'system was double* tracked.      "  PRESENTATION:  , * i  The Woodmen and their',Ctiief.  On'Monday night  a number of the  members of thc'Mountain View Camp,  W.O.W/lRcvelstoke, met'in the rooms  of Sow A. C, Adams.   ' Thc  occa'sion  being in honor,of Sov. Adams,, who  was Camp Mountain "View's first con.-  1  . -      i ' /    --  com., resigning  to leave for the east.  Sov. F. H. I3ournc,_who takes'over the  ofiicc, expressed the kindly sentiments  of thc camp towards'Sov. Adams, and  presented him'with a neat gold headed  cane suitably incribed: " A- present  from'the camp as a mark of the high  regard Chopper Ada'ms'had'won for  himself from his fellow denizens of  the'forest."      .,,','_' "  Sov. Adams, who 1was"both' pleased  tind surprised, in ^accepting the token,  congratulated the camp upon 'its pro-  pects,'and thanked ,the members for  tlie manner in which they were working for the order. ,, - / -  ' After the company had partaken'of  supper. " My Lady Nicotine " Ymade  her appearance,' while^ songs, story  telling, and pleasant-intercourse made  up a 'jolly 'evening, heartily enjoyed  by all present.     ' "*' , f' i          PLACER STRIKE.  New Discovery, on Horsefly.  A telegiam from Harper's Camp  btatcs that Senator R. Campbell and  II. llormon prospected giound thiee-  qututcrs of a mile below the' forks of  the lloiscfly river and took out !J>28  for 13 hours work. Quite a few pio-  spectors are on the ground. This alleged discovery, is 50 miles from Harper's Camp, by lake and trail, and on  the route to the creeks at the head of  (the Horsefly river about, which there  was a lot-of excitement two years ago.  ,  AeeidENT.  Actor Injured at Vernon.  'Whafmiglit have been an accident  with serious consequences occurred at  the C. P. R.'depot at Vernon on Monday, when a.horse'with'buggy attached,  bwnedby Jos.'Hiirwood, aiid in which  wore tV-lady'and "gentleman .connected  with1" the Harold" Nelson1 Oompany,  bolted at an approaching train. The  buggy upset. The -occupants *wer'o  thrown out and dragged some distance.'  -They were _. taken to" the Coldstream'  Hotel, and Dr/'Williams;' wfio'-was  summoned, found'that the lady had  experienced no serious bruises, but her  escort sustained' rupture of a blood  vessel. . * ,?    ,   ,  SUMMERLAND.  WONDERFUL PURITY AND POWLI".  Bandmaster E. T. Murray-of 42nd Black Watch  Band Greatly  Pleajed  With  the  Purity "*  and Volume of Tone of the New icale  William* Piano.  Bandmaster E. T. Murray visited the  exfaltltofthe'WUHomsWanoCoiiipoiiy, ,  Limited, of.Osha-Ha,   at  the Toronto  Exhibition,'and after being shown'the,  New Scale "Williams   Piano ga\e  liis  tribute in the following words : ' ''After  examining' your New  Scale' Williams ,  Piano I am pleased to sajMhnt I have  found it to be most satisfactory in every  respect.   I waa greatly surprised at the  beautiful purity and wonderful volume  ~ot tone which is so rarely found in an  upright piano;   The  musical'Qualities  resemble those of a fine Baby - Grand,,  more .than an upright.     Its acoustic  properties have been very finely perfec^ _  ted, while the solidity of'construction  and'workmanship are greatly   to   T���������  admired. , < >   * ,  (Signed) , " E. T  Murray,  ' Bandmaster 42nd Black Watch,  Lewis'Bros. Solc'Loc.il Agents.  be  J.    SAMSON  Painter," Papephanger,' SipwrUeV  o      KALSOMINING   DONE."   -.  Orders receive prompt attention.  Second street,       ���������      REVELSTOKE  Jas. I. Woodrow,  ;,; "butcher. ;  * It  Retail Dealer Xw^^^a^sss^- .,     ��������� <  beef;" pork,  MUTTON,y Etc.  Fish and "Game in-Season.**'  k      ,, ,    All orders promptly filled.  REVEllSTOkE,-B?C.J S3&.1  Corner'' Douglaf  streets  1  .!,   n   <~r r<. .'A  THE CITf EXPRESS  '     E. W. B." Paget, Prop.  ''   Prompt delivery of parcels^baggage,  etc., to1 any part bf'the CityY  .11     a  * 1  y " Any'Kindjrf Tpansfemng"  'Undertaken;/ ���������  -  All'orders left at'R: M.Smythe's  Tobacco Store, ^or by Telephone, No.- 7  will re'ceiverprorn'pt attention.'  THE MINES.-  The clean-up of tho Cariboo Conso--  -r idated for thc season was ifSG^OOO, notwithstanding the dry season and shortage of water. * v j  JY   B.  MoKonsiie,  the  well, known  mining man, has returned from Cherry  Creek, where he spent a pleasant time  at tlie camp being operated by Angus  McKay and Sam   Hill.    He thinks a  lot of Cherry Creek as a mining section  and   believes it will yet  prove one of  the best camps in the province.  LEARN".SHORTHAND 'At]H0MEy  by correspondence.   10' weekly lesson's  will make you pel feet..*   '    t  OBTAIN y HIGHER SALARY * ,  Shorthand is nowadays indispensiblc  to * everybody.   "'Utilize   spare   timeY  Very moderate fee."  AVe procure positions.'��������� Write for ficc booklet.  Centrai." CoitKKSi'ONntiNCi: College, ',  215, Temple Chambers,  v  ,? '    "   \,  k "**Tcmple'AvcnucyLdndon. E.'C*  SHORTHANDS  TROIlf JAKF  11 i\j\j 1   ������-������������������������������������-���������  Lumber CompanyRe-orgahised  - The Canadian Timber and Sawmills  Company, of whose property tlie  sheriff has been in possession at the  instance of" IS. L. Kinman, is being  reorganised and its troubles straight-  end out. A local'directorate is being  appointed. Tho head ofiicc will be at  Revelstoke, where there will be three  directors to manage this end of the  business, and there will be two directors in London. W. Cowan, of Rcvcl-  Btokc, lias been appointed manager,  which is a guarantee that the company's interests and business will be  well looked after. Mr. Cowan is also  heavily interested in the company,  having taken part of the purchase  money in shares in tho company when  ho disposed of the  mill and   limits   to  them.  . ������  SPORT.  Iu the  Lacrosse match  at the fnir  Wuetmiiibtur beat kelson by 8 to -J.  S. J. Short has sold his orchard to  F. M. Bathurst, lately of South Africa.  Mr. Robertson and Mr." Clark, of  Winnipeg, arc line with a view to purchasing lots.  A Methodist cliutch was organised  here two weeks ago, and efforts will be  made to erect a church at once._  ' Mr. Agur, of Winnipeg, is expected  here'in a few days to take up his residence'. Plans are out for a handsome  residence and boat house. '  J. R. Brown'presented the C. P. R.  party with some very large peaches  grown on his ranch. Many weighed  as high as ten ounces each.  The attendance at'the public school  has increased so rapidly' that efforts  will be made to have another school  built or tlie present one enlarged.  Over 50 pupils are enrolled now.  Harry Atkinson and family left for  a short visit to Mon'cton, N. B., their  former home. Befoie leaving Mr.  Atkinson was presented by J. Gartrell  with an apple weighing one and a half  poui.ds to convince tho people of thc  Maritime Provinces that the Okanagan  Valley was  in  tho  fruit business   to  stay.  A camping party, composed of  McBsrs J. M. Robinson, J. R. Brown,  T. C. Stinson, \V. J. Lawrence, J. J.  Mitchell and their wives, and Messrs.  Mellorand W. Robinson of Summer-  land, and Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Babbott  aiid Dr. Lipsott of Peachland, went on  an outing to Okanagan Landing by  the steam launch Maud Moore on  Tuesday last. They will visit the  Coldstream ranch and camp at several  places on the lake.  . Sir Thomas Shaugliiicsuy, E. B.  Osier, R. 13. Angus, and C. R. Hosmer,  directors of the C. P. R., accompanied  by somo prominent gentlemen, making n party of about twenty-four,  made a Hying visit to Summcrland  when' on their western tour. They  made a special run on the steamer  Abordeen, and were met on the wharf  by a number of the prominent residents of the place with teams and  driven over as much of tho country  as could be crowded iu two hours.  Many of thc gentlemen own lots here,  and wore well pleased with what they  saw, and expiessed themselves ns being  delighted w*1** their prospects. Thc  Summerland Ilrass Band greeted thc  distinguished visitors from tlie balcony  ol the hotel,  Full Course only $20 Cash, op $25 50  on easy payment plan.  1 Our system unexcelled.! A speed of  oOwotds a minute has been attained  in two weeks. After tin* Oth lesson a  student should be able; to wiite any  English word in Shorthand ft is the  easiest read system ever invented. It  improves the spend and style of the  wi iter's penmanship.      ; ?'  We also have tmuses  in  99 other  subjects.    What arc you interfhled in?  Write to THE       , r  Canadian Correspondence1 College"  TORONTO, or to  "The Kamloops General, Agency  Kamloops, ,B, 0.  Rubber Stamps,, Typewriter-,, Numbering Machines Seals, Stencils'etc.  NOTICE.  Thirty days after (lute I intend to apply to  thc Honorable Chief Comminsioncr ol Linnds  and Work for a special license to cut and carry  away timber from alio following described  lands:���������  Commencing at a poit marked H. T. Hud'-on.  about 400 jnrds from the low crbhorc of Ann-  strong Lake, thence 10 chains eist, tlience 11J  north, thence 10 chains vc^t, thence 100 chains  south to the point of commencement.  9   t  Commencing at po-,1 'marked ft. T Iludimi.  on the we<t bank of .-salmon Creek, about hair-  a-inilcfrom S. Graham's surveyed land, ihcnce  40 chains west, Ihente lGOcliain-. Miulli, ihcnce  10 chains oa-,1, thence 1WJ not til to thc point of  commencement. ' ���������,���������-,���������������������������������,  Sept. 10.100J. It. T. HUDSON".  HENRY'S NURSERIES  :,i in \\ i~iminsler   Road.  100,000 Bulbs - r  To arrive soon fiom Ilo'land, Ki.iih e  and Japan. <  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees !  * Rhododendrons', fR6ses,  Greenhouse and Haidy Plants  for fall pla. ting  *    Homo Growu aud ImporU-il ���������- ,  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  1        always in block in sca-uii  FERTILIZERS.  ,',.'���������  Bee Hives and Supplies'.  Gieenhouie full of Plants, Cut I'Iihum-j,  Kloiitl Woik. ".  - < '   '   '  Catalogue free, or'cull and examine ,  '       r   sti ck.        ' ,  M. J. HENRY,  Vancouveh. B.'0.y  >.i.ir/.������.i-iL J.i/^i������jl^i���������^*.J,^.l  A  FURNIjy  ��������� Mn^ N no dc  1 - pn i_t ui- 111 .1  |j 1.101'f, HniiK  < *l .1111 -hint.'1 \  " 1 lll-Ui It, 1*11111  unit Iih-iik*^  Im JII.U.u-  Tl cunly tntvclling-  -^ e>nian we hate is  01 r c.-.tilusrue You  run do y..111 i.hop*  t'lu^ nl home and  -.it,* tnum>, and  tnl.1- >our i.wn in  clioo-'iig.���������loO!" 1II11  -li.iti'.n,- all priced  und di -criln d���������Kree  cm rcque-t.    ,  WBILBR BROS.',  M&jjiWimrSi^sssitimmimsr^  Kivi-; I'l.otnt."  KIIUW'ltOO.M  !oK victoria; B.*,0:  REVELSTOKE, B: C.  NOTICE.  Thirty da)s after date I Intend loapply to  tho Honorable Commissioner of Lands and  workH for a Hpecial llcen-e to cut and cairy  away  timber  from   the  following desciibed  CommencliiK at 11 post planted on the east  side of Klfc Creek, iihout one mllo from the  head of Cariboo Lal.e, marked C. I*. Henry h  north-west corner tio^t, tlience nouth SO ciiu iih,  thence cast bu clinliib, thence north 80 chaliiH.  tlience west Ml chains lo thepoi itoftominence-  "Dated August 27tli,lUOI.      ,R p HESUy#  Per A. W. Dlckitirion',' Akci'iL  NOTICE.  Thirty days after date I Intend to apply M  the Honorable   Cominl-wloncr  of LandM and  \Vorkn for a special lloensosto cut and carry  timber from the following described lands :���������  No. 1.  CommcnciiiB at post planted on the ciutt side  of Fife Creek, about one mile from thc head or  Cariboo Lake, and wljoininf? tho north-west  coincrofK. P. Ilcnrj'f) timber limit, marked  A W. Dickinson'-" south-west corner post),  Ihcnce 80 chains north, tlience 80 chains eont,  thence 80 chains south, tlience 80 chains west  to the point of commencement.  N'o. 2.  CommencinR at a post planted about 0110 half  mllo south or E. I'. Henry's north-west corner  post on Fire ('reel., at the head of .(ariboo  Lake, nnd marked A. W. Dickinson s south cost  corner post, tlience 10 chains west, thence 100  chains north, thence 10 chains oast, thence 1W)  chainf south to the point of commencement.  I)������,������IAuBU"tSJl,,1,,,nl-A.W. DICKINSON.  NOTICE.  Thlrtvdajs after date I intend to apply to  tho Honorable Com-nii-loner of Lands and  Works for a special license to cut and carry  nway   Umber   from the  following described  '���������Conimcncini- at n post planteiJI on the eiiHt  luinlr of Fife Creek, about two miles from the  RSSd of Cariboo l������ka, marked A. M. Henttle's  smith-west comer post, thence fcO chains north,  I unco 81) chains cast, thenc<- 80 oha ns south,  thence t") chains ttt-t to the point 0/ commencement,  Dated AuKii-t ������Ui. UJI. A M H|;ATTIK.  1'cr A. Vr\ Dickinson, Agont.  .fcrnici t_n#M.*.PirHi>iM-j.iiin3ii..!  ���������",   ,        '    ,*-,>>'  Synopsis of Regulations; forlDlsposal of  '' Mlnornjfl on Dominion Lands iniManl.  -'toba. the Northwest Territories 1 and  ���������-   ���������     ��������� 1 1  the Yukon .Territory. *  Coal.���������Coal lands may be purchased at  HO per acre for soft coal and *>20 for anthracite. Not more than 320 acres can  be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate of ten cents  per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be collected  on the gross output.' .    - ', - , '  , 1  Quartz.���������Persons of-eighteen years and  over and joint stock'companies "holding  free miner's certificates may obtain entry  for a mining location. ' '  * A free miner's certificate Is granted for  ���������Vine or more years,'not exceeding flve,''up-  on, payment In advance of J7.50 per annum for an individual, and, from 350 to  1100 per annum x for a company ."according  to capital. l ���������  .' .1" *  A free miner having discovered mineral  ,ln place,,may locate a claim 1500x1500 feet  > by marking out the same ,with two legal  poats,   bearing 'location  notices,   one  at  ������ach end on the line of the lode or veln._  * The claim shall be recorded within fifteen days'If located within ten miles of'a  mining recorder's office, one additional  day. alio wed for, every additional ten  miles or fraction. The fee for recording  a claim ls.JS. , , "��������� -,, ,���������   <u    . '���������  1  At-least J100 must be expended on the  claim each year or paid to the mining recorder in lieu thereof. When ?500 has been  expended or paid, the locator may, upon,  .having a- survey made, and upon, complying, with, other,, requirements, purchase  the land at $1.00 an acre. ,      ..  , Permission may be granted by the Minister of the Intel ior    to   locate   claims  -containing iron and mica, also copper, in  the j Yukon, Territory, of an area not exceeding <,160" acres.   , -    .     ,.'   >*  * The patent for a mining location shall  pro'\ido for tho'pajmont 0[ a io>alty of ii plume of Ihc'salcs ot the products ot the location  ir-lacer Mining, Manitoba and thc N.Vt  T., excepting the Yukon Territoiy.-,  Placer mining'-claims generally are 11H,  feet j square; entiy .lee, $5,, renewable  yearly.' On the North Saskatchewan  Kiver'.claliuB for either bar'or bench/tlu"  former being 100 feet long and extending  between high and low .water maik.' Tin.  latter includes bar diggings, but extends  back to,the base of tbe hill or bankpbm  not exceeding 1,000 feet.,- Wheie 1 steam  power, is used, claims 200 feet wlde'mjj','  be obtained. * 1 * ���������      <���������  ���������       , <  1 Dredging in the rivers' of Manitoba  and*the 'N.-. VWT., excepting-the Yukon  i'eirltory.���������A free miner,may obtain onl?,  two leases of live miles each for a.teim  of "twenty years, renewable in the disci e  uon of the Minister of the Interior. . .  The lessee's right is conllued to thevaul>  merged beds or_ bars of the river below_  low water mark/and subject to the tight.-,  of all persons who have, or who may ie  celve entiles lor bar diggings or benuli  claims, except on tlie ,1 Saskatchewan  Kiver, wheie, the lessee may diedge u,  nigh water mark on each alternate lease  tiold." , ,, i  The lessee shall have a dredge In opei-  atlon within one season fiom the date 01  the lease lot each live miles, but wheit.  a. pet sou or company'has obtained muit.  than one lease one diedge for each lit-  teen . miles or fraction is sutliciem  Rental, flu per annum tor each mile ul  river leased. Royalty at the late of two  and a hall' per cent collected on the uui  put alter it exceeds, ilu.uuo.  Dredging iu the tfukon,Territoiy.���������&ii  leuses of live miles euih may be giauleu  to a free miner for a term of twenii  yeais, also renewable,    p  ,The lessee's light is confined to tla  submerged bed 01'bars in tlie ilvei be  low low water mark, that bounuaiy to  be fixed by its position on the 1st tiny ui  August in the year of the date of the  lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge In op-  of the lease, and' one diedge loi eai.li  eratiou within two years liom the uau.  live miles within six years fiom sui.li  date. Rental, J1U0 per mile for the1 lit st  year, and flu per mile for each subsequent year. Royalty, same as placer mining. . ,  Placer Mining In the Ifukon /Territory -  ���������Cieek, liver ,gulch and hill claims shall  not exceed ^5u feet In length, , measured  011 the base line or geneial diieclion ol  the creek or gulch, the width being fiom  1.00U to 2,0ou feet. All other placer claims  shall be 250 feet square.  Claims are marked by two legal posts,  one at each end, bearing notices. Untrj  must bo obtained within ten days, if the  claim is within ten miles of mining le-  luiUers udlee. One exlia* da?, aiiuwcU  for each additional ten miles ui auction  The person or company staking a cuuin  must hold a free miner's certititale.  The discoverer of a new mine Is entitled  to a claim of 1,000 feet in lengin, uiid 11  the party consists of two, l,6uu leel altogether, on tlie output of which no royaitj  shull be charged, the rest 01 me pany  ordinary claims only.  Kntiy fee, *10. Royalty at tlio rate 01  two and one-half per cent un the value  uf the gold shipped Xrom tho -.'ukon Ter-  ntury to be paid to the Cuiupuuliei.  fsu fiee miner shall receive a giant ul  more "than one mining claim on each sop.  erate river, cieek or gulch, but the same  mlner may hold any numbci of claims  by purchuso, and free mlneis may woik  their claims in partnership by Mint;  notice and paying fee of i'i. A claim ina*.  bo abandoned, and anothei ubtuiued un  tho same creek, guleh or river, by giving  notice and paying a foe.  Woik must be done on a claim each  year to tho value of at least i*M).  A certilleate tliat work has been done  must be obtained each year; If not, tho  claim shall be deemed to be abandoned,  and open to occupation and entry by a  free miner. -  The boundaries of a claim may be defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices in the .Yukon  Otlicial Gazette.  Petroleum.���������All unappropriated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, tlio Noith-west  Territories and within the Yukon Territory are open to prospecting for peti oleum, and the minister may reserve for  an Individual or company having machinery on the land to be prospected,  an area of 640 acres. Should the prospector discover oil In paying quantities,  and satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area not exceeding 640 acres, including the oil well and such other land  as may bo determined, will be sold to  the discoverer at the rate of tl.00 an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate as  may be speclfled by order-ln-councll.  Department   of   the  Interior.   Ottawa,  February, IDOi.  JAMBS A. SMART  Deputy of the Minister of tho Interior.  ' Wing Chung's newly im-  *��������� ported  stock  of Chinese  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever?  landed "in-' Revelstoke o'l-  '" useful ^ and"    ornamental  articles: ���������  ���������  Tea'services   '  Plates   ��������� ,     '  Baskets  Cane Chairs  Handkerchiofs  'I  GOLD FISH', .  -" - a *��������� *  Finest stock of candies and fruit 111 town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  ���������Flower Pott-  Umbrella Stands  Lunch Ha-krli.  Smoking Jackets'  '   Silk Goods.  Chas 'Sam''Wok'  1 r       *��������� . '  h       '*' - *     *    t    ' '* , ,    '  ;,   . _ "7"   '(    ' 1     y     ;  '���������'WASH IN G,'��������� L A U N 10 W'Y  ' - , ' i  -LABOR CONTRACTOR  -" FRONT, STREET.  (Oppofaite Joss House, Gold.Hill lintel  Building.  ABRAHAMSON    BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.,,        "    ,,       '   '  ii ' i i .    f  Ni;w!_'  liuilt.    " Kirs-t-olass.in every reFjiect.1    All modern convemencef.'  ���������   , ,       '      ��������� Large Sample Rooms-. ' / ^  Rates $1.60 per Day. . Special Weekly Rates! *>  Qiie'eri's Hotel,- Trout Lake, under  same������ managernent,,  , .  '- - ' , J      I1/ '  (*) rfa ifa ($)i($) (-_$_������) rfa '($) ($������ f$) dtntfa ($������ ($) J. ���������*$> tfa ($) ($������ l^l^^-^r^l^h'^-r^) ($)($������"'*  I  HOTELy LARDEAU   f  ctrt       i ' ' Y   , ' (  j,     , :QQMAP111X^  ���������^The Best House in Town.   t/   Well Furnished    - * Good Tible-fa,  Best Brands of WINES, SPiRITSand'CIGARS'kept in Stock:' ��������� j:y  '   /  ^W.-HXMniTON.'Prbpfietorr''^'-'  V  $*.  t*tr>  - ^  <~  ~ ,~  ~   Z'~   '    '    -    '-<���������'    ' ���������' <*'     '"    '   '    '���������-' ,' '<-'.*,     - . '-        '���������   *���������  r-j"1   -"-'?pv it-f*������S  i7m<1-  COM^PtlX  ii������^  ii.  - V   ,-  <i r ���������  'a  *   '������������������_'������ "j - 'J;'.. \'*' \j- * *��������� '("vfl  CHIEF YOUNG,    - _���������   -      -    -Proprietor.?, V(,:, :y  L5est brands'of Wines/ Liquors and Cigars. ���������' -( - . ��������� v_ -' r '-, y. -,,,���������.*  Travellers to Fish'Creek will find excellent accommodation-;;, - >*. i'-yyg  *w:o"H������toi  ������*      ."   ���������' v     '<���������< . " '     '      '"..'.."-    ?.V    ->ya;.\>f  at this Hotel  WAH   CHUNG,  'r    General Store arid ';  t; -* Restaurant"Keeper"t J  ;', A Prime Stock'of, Gtocerics, Fruit,'  Vegetables. , __ .    , _     _  " 2YALS-,-AT-ALL;,H0URS.  Try our Iced Sodas, Ice Cream, Straw-  ,,     berries and Cream.    Can't be *- >  beaten in the,City.        i  FRONT ST., REVEtSTOKE  iDHi^sris:  .PEEFECTIOT\Ty 'COCOA.  ,, /    j. It" is absolutely, pure .  ;s  .J if  ��������� : * ..*  COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE \G\HCS-y  '"Y������CREAWI'BAR8' iff: ARE VERY CKOICtST QUALITY  ���������Bi'cf :60WAN-' CO.",* Limited, Toronto  This ���������.liortlinml is totally <ii lorcnt to nl  otliisr-, itonlj tukos woots to lo.ini.iii-.to.iil  or months or soar-,. 11 can lio reml liko print  At tlio "oiirth lo-*>nn sou wnlo 10 \\or<N and in  tlio lUtli U*-*.on 100 words a minute i.liolir-1.  throo lessons enahlos jou to make iinv.itr  nolo-, anil tlio 9th losson hrmn*, sou to enrro-  imiiclniBStslo, tho Mltli and linal, lo-son to ro-  norliuK It takes but two hour- to loan; the  llr-t losson, and a spooimon mas oo seen al tlio  Kootoiiay Mini on application to the iiianiiKor.  Mr. HaKKOii. Lo--ons by mail aro mute easy.  Wo Kiianiiitoo success Our jiiiuikosI pupils  aro l.i1/, and tho oldest 82. Tj powritniK IiiiikIiI  by mail. Wo forward $011 lesson shoots lo loach  sou tho correct tniKoniiK���������all tlio-iliiKer- All  aro tauKht on lhe blind touch ssstom. Writo,  sayiiiL-tho machine sou liavp. or if ive aro to  supply >ou willi a Now or Second hand one  Wo do not hirooutmachinos '  r TERMS���������For shorthand S-W to coniplolion,  pasablo bj instalniout-. T>iiowritini,' till to  completion, but iM>nionl in iidvauco. Address  tho Socrotary. Studio (over Imporial Hank),  Victoria     P  O   Box 170 ,   . ,   *  .  By  EDDY'S  ]  3$  <5s  The Master Mecliamcs Puro Tar Soup heal-  and softens the skin, while pioinptly eleaiiHing  it of urease, oil, rust, etc Invnluablo for inu  ohanrcs,' fai-mei-H, apoitsnieii. I'-reo Hiinipk(of  iceelptof 2c. for jinstiiKP. Albert loilnl Soup  i'ii.. iniiniilacliiii'i-* Montioal.    100 SILK PIECES  9=r  " KING  EDWARD," 1000.-,  " HEADLIGHT," 300-.  "E/\!GLE."]00--.iiid2UOs a  ������������������VICTORIA,"  "LITTLE COMET."  FOB   SALE   EVERYWHERE.'  <S  ^  ' Are the Best that can be bought.  Don't experiment with other and inferior brands.  TJSE" ZEHDZD^T'S -  .jinrfflmrrmw  Extra largo slllc and satins ior ianoy  work. \M\u\y colois sine to pleuM), wilh book  ot fancy work and iirliritic iiii-inlnin, ALI. roi-  1.*. cent.-*. 2 lolK for J.*>e, Mom-y iciiii-iieil in-  -Unlly if notiiH tot)rcK������?iilc-il. 111 ������!^Li������������������'-;'l I'la '  KBKI'f. AiIiIiuhh: EXCELI.O CO., 472 Main  Stroot, East Orango. N. J.  INHKOTk  Standard iomody (or Gloat,  Gonorrhooa and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS. Curos Kidney and Bladder Troubles.  (ftlDY  DON'T  MARRY, DOCTOR or <lo_.  pair, "Don't do   a thine"  till you soo clearly wlinr-  bostliy aid of Flaahliprhts-  on Human Nature, on himlth, dlnjnse. lowi,  ninrriiiKO nnd pnrontiiKO. ToIIh what you d iiHk  n doctor, but don't liko to. 240 piiKOt. illtistriit-  nd, 2*i emits; but to introdiico it we -luiid iuie  on y to liny adult for iKistnjjp. 10 cotit������. M.  HILL PUB. CO., 129East 28th Stroot, Now  Yorlc  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Carries More' Advertising Than Any Other Newspaper in North Kootenay.  Thi.% is tlie position of tlie Kootk.vay Mail:  Advertisers wlio know tlie relative value of mediums are aware  that the Kootk.vay Maii. cover.-, thoroughly the field of ^ortn  Kootenav.  Howcicr, no a.ui.meiit i.- necessary in view of  the [������ctf.t',"t-".  oilier paper Ims ouch .ircstiBO in the distiict as 1- enjoyed by tlie^���������  1-MY Maii,.    Kxpcrienecd   iwivcitiserb   place  tlieir   bu-inc*-- wlt" t,,ls  I riper Himplv hecat!--.' they get the Iwst 1011 Its from it.  Wli-ii t'heyopeni.   new campaign they know  J'"1 *|'"l1I^lJ[}|^  -nothing  is  experimental  m.  far  a> the elhccncy 0    ho "^������^������  eonctr.ied.    And   evc.y   h.i-iness  man   rc.il.M".  that to avoid cxptn  menial work is to haw* thc battle halt w-n. ?  N,,  one with  .111 appropriation to place \* going to get the best  value for hi- money unlcM he includes the Kooti:.vay  fit mediuiiis.  pi  II  w  Mail in his list  Address Hcvehtokc, 13. C.  Brick for Sale.  The undersigned have just burned a  kiln of 500,000 biick, of first class  quality. For price mid information  apply to C. U. Hume & Co.  ,t  I!  U '  11 M  n f, .e -^-1. >>���������  "TO.  Z/'V'v i" TTF '~*!\~? i?r������r3 THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ,  If you think,y'911  would-like  1 1  'to start  '/taking photogeaphs  just call and see the variety of  KODAK  '������������������'*,       ' AND '  '    , ''  '���������CAMERAS  "   AT THE .'���������    '      '  CANADA DRUG &  BOOK GO.;  -   ' THey keep  all   the   necessary  ' '   supplies and chemicals.   ���������  , '',-  ^Call, or send a post card for  -  Catalogue.  '-  y     ,'*���������     BORN.  Cross���������At Winnipeg, on Oct. 3rd, to  Dr. , and < Mrs.- J.   W'.. Cross,   a  ,, ? -daughter.   . ' ��������� -     -  ..**  Local and,General.  'Theie was' \i' pretty, heavy   fall \oI  snow a tr Glacier, iu\d Kogerb  l'ass this  week.-' ������-*"*" '   _.,       ��������� ' . ''       1  ^/-rrBurns & Co. have purchased the  "^Leland hotel  site^ at  Vancouver for  $35,000.  "���������    -A  man'working  at'T. J. Graham's  -- logging camp at Galena Bay on Thurs-  -   day had his leg broken.  ""The    Kevelstoke 'Land   Co.   have  ���������   bought Hume & Co's. old   store, and  .will move 'it to' corner of  Con naught  ,   Avenue and Second Street.     ^ j  - D. McCarthy has purchased from T.  Ivilpatrick the lot   at coiner  of Boy 0  Avenueand Second Sti cot, and intends  buiJding_ a residence thereon.  * --At the sitting of the-Supreme Couit  on'.Monday  there are''three  criminal  cases to be heard/the . blowing.up  of  building at Comaplix, the^ assault case  against T. Skinner, and another.  ,  1   The'.handsome gold medal awarded  to the pupil making the highest marks  .in* the 'entrance examination  at  the  City school, and which  was  won  by  Wally. Clark,  is on view   in  J. .Guy  Barber's window. ,,   ,  '   *_  At their'meeting on Tuesday night  the "Woodmen of the Woild had'a discussion on the 'press of'Canada, and  it was .unanimously jesolved that the  'Koote-tay Mail is the .best conducted  newspaper in thc west.  On Sunday the remains of Mrs. G.  ' V. Shannon,"of Ferguson, were brought  up from the' south en route to Ontario  for interment.- Mrs. Shannon died  after a short illness. Much sympatny  is felt for Mr. Shannon in his bereavement. __    _ *  ,  Hon. F. \V. Aylmer) dominion en-  gineer.'was here this week with a view-  to arranging for starting work on  straightening the channel at Kevelstoke, but has to await thc arrival of  Mr. 'Keefer, engincer-in-chief, before  deciding on tho work to be done. ���������  ' As showing the rapid advance in the  value oi real estate in Kevelstoke it is  stated that an oil'er of !i?G,000 *,yas recently made for a corner lot 'on Mc  Kenzie Avenue. Corner lots which  uere recently held at $500 cannot now  be bought under $2,500 to $3,000.  It"is reported ,the C. -P. K. have  under consideration .changing the site  of the new station to be built at Kevelstoke. and that it may be erected oil'  McKenzie Avenue, on the south side  oi the track, ancl just behind the  Canada Drug and Book Co's. store.  Glaude Kyder, who was employed at  the Big Bend Lumber Co's. mill at  Arrowhead fell on a saw on Monday  last arid had his'finger badly lacerated.  Y the bone of. one finger being injured.  He was brought to the Kevelstoke  Hospital.    The hand will be saved.  \V. A. Foote. contractor for the  Lawrence-Hume block, is making  splendid progress with the work, the  brickwork having reached the second  etorev. E. C. Froniey, who is doing  the brickwork, i.-= making a .-plenclid  job of it, and the building will I* a  credit to the contractors, the  owner.-  and  the  city.    Mr. D.ilton, the aiohi  toot, who ii. in the city, 1- well pleased-  with   the   way   in   which  the  work is  being dune.  J. M Long, a Swede section fojeman  at Slocan Junction, u-.is Iind $50 and  coats for pointing a,gun at his Italian  scctionn.cn.  Di.Fagan attended the meeting of  the hospital board on Monday* and  addressed them on a , sanitai iuiii foi  consumptives. The board endorsed  the proposal and arianged tliat Dr  Pagan provideciiculars fordistribution  when local committees will be asked  toco-opeiate in raising the necessary  fund. , '  ' Angus McKay, who is operating the  Silver Boll group of,claims at Cherry  Creek,'and is heavily interested in  Fish Creek, recently met with an  accident by which he neatly lost one  of his hands. He has now recovetcd-  from his injuries suflicicntly to resume  work and is again ' pushing development at the Hell.  The populai impersonator and ventriloquist, Miss*- Grace Uonnci. will  give an cntertainiiio.it in the Methodist chinch on Monday evening. Miss  Bonner has been highly spoken of as  an cntcifainor wherevoi she has appealed, and ti rich treat,, if. in store,for  those who will ho privileged to attend.  The entertainment will he given under  the auspices of the l'lpworl.h League.  .Admission 25 cents.  1'cvel.stoko made a. it'iimrl-ahlo showing in the subscription of slock for the  Sovereign Life Association of Canada,  shares being subscribed here" to the  amount of'$30,000. , This was within  $10,000 of thc amount, subset ibed- by  tho city of Victoi in, and the company's  representative, who canvassed the  town in company 'with F. HY Lewis,  .the local agent, declined .that I-iove1-  stokc was 'the host and .soundest, town  financially in Biitish Columbia    ,  Business Locals.  Fishing Tackle at How's Drug Stoic.  Craven's Mi\t,uic in ���������} pound tins  Biown's Cigai Store.    .'      <������  ' 0 fIi co Diaries for 1905 now ready i-t  Canada Di tig and Book Co  Largo line of -Iron1' Beds and Iron  Frame Springs at K. Howson's Furni  tuio store. ���������' '  Bull Durham, Duke's Mixture and  Gold Crumbs at Biown's Cigar Store.  The latest popular Combs���������will not  cut or break the-, hair���������sold at Bcw's  Drug Store.  K. Howson and Co.'will be "opening  up their fall stock of carpets in a few-  days.    Large line to select from. -  Any medicine you can'nsk for at the  Canada Drug and Book Co. Large  supply of pa tents'on hand  When you come to Kevelotoke take  the Central' Hotel bus and you will  find the best hotel'accommodation in  the city.;      , ,    ������    .    L      "  All the leading brands of CigarsYmd  Tobaccs at Brown's Cigar*,. Store.  Wholesale and Retail. ��������� '  Heintzman Pianos a nil .Raymond  Sewing Machines at Howson's Furniture Store.  GroteqsueFigures, our antcdcluvian  ancestors wrought in. clay, at Bew's  Drug Store.  Visitors' to Kevelstoke will find it, to  their advantage to stop at the Centtal  Hotel. Kico'bua to and fiom railway  station to meet all tiains.,  A chance to get a few very nice  Cups and Saucers, Vases, Photo Frames  etc.'at clearing out prices at the  Canade Dtug and Book Store. Come  eaily.  .The annual meeting of the Liberal  Association will be held at the ofiicc of  the sccteUry, on Monday evening,  when olliceis, will be elected ant"  arrangements made for conducting  thc election campaign.  The Willing Workets of St. Andrew's church, Kevelstoke, will hold  a basket social iu Tapping's Opera  House on" Oct. 17th. Ladies with  baskets fiec. Admission 25 cents,  children 10 cents.  Social '& Personal.  Di. La'/Yci lias moved fiom' Camborne to 11.Ik-yon. ,  The Bhilhai 11101,1c Society will give  a piodiictioii on Thanksgiving day.  Mi.-. Dunne gave a in.-st enjoyable  fin ei*. ell puty ni honor of Mi. Adams.  Mr. aiid Mrs. H.J. Bourne returned  Tuofd.iy li,om, theii trip to the Northwest. ' '   '  .Itidgc'Form has gone to Montreal  for some weeks, and Judge Loamy will  take his ciicuit. ���������  * 'J. E.-Lovering, formerly of Kevelstoke, has gone to Montreal to-purstte  lis medical studies.        '<  air. Quinan, of Victoria.'' has  been appointed managei of J. 'A.  Btickham's Drug Stoic.  The Independent Band-have gone  to the coast on a holiday trip, and  played at tlie Westminister Fair.  J. A. Magee is in Nelson, having  returned.fiom his Manitoba trip,_and  will visit Fish ,Creek and Kevelstoke  next week.    ' _  Mr.s. Cieelman cnterlainol at a  hook gnessii g contest 'on Tuesday,  Mrs. C. JL M. ,Sutherland winning  li.st prize, and Mrs, Smith the consolation.  Capt. anil Mrs. , Baynton, of tlie  Sal-ation Army, arc leaving Revelstoke  for Spokane. _ During their residence  here they have done excellent work  for llie ai my. a ' ���������  ' The Kathbone Sisters gave an . " At  Home" on Wednesday evening andtit  was .1 great success.' Music,, singing  and dancing made up a nice program,  and snppe'i was provided.        ,    *  On Tuesday Mrs. Ivilpatrick gave an  "At home" .it her tesidei.ee on Mo  ICeiizie Avenue to 'a largo, 1111111 her of  ladies, ,fiid in the evening entci taincd  ,1 number ol young people at a d.mee  The rcoort that Mi. Kogcls is permanent,.)'(.iking Mr. Scott's place'at  Xaktisp is incorrect, as Mr. Kogcis  informs us Mr.*Scott has gone to the'  coast on a holiday,"aiid he is merely  relieving.    ��������� r,   ,    '  -Ycsteulay afternoon Mrs.-' Phipps  gave a most successful- 'progressive  cuclne party at which theie were  seven tables occupied. 'Mis. J. M.  Scott, took (ir&t piize, -Mis- Buck for  lone,hand, and Mrs Coursier the consolation. , Thc pi'izes were a particularly nice selection. ���������    '  your  odor  not&j  That we are competent  in the art of dispensing.  We have his confidence.  We assist him by carrying in stock all the latest  drugs and chemicals;  by carefully preparing  and cumpounding his  prescriptions ; by delivering promptly all  prescriptions left in our  care.  For tlio-"' ronsont. our preicriiilinn  tr.ido hi*.:, crown rnpidij. For tliB-,n  rnn������<mf ne ro-pectfiillr iisl.- for your  imtron.if-o. Lb.iti "i ������"' '"������*<��������� P"o-  tcriptioii or toll jour doctor to Ionic  it,aT/?e Tied Cross  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  C, A.!Aeams, Manager.  CITY COUNCIL.  Meeting held last night. President:  The Mayor, Aid. Abrahamson, Foote.  McLeod aud Field.  coKiiiisroN'DEXon.  Chief Bain reported lire alarm noi  wotking properly  Uosa'aiid Alexan-U'f threatened pro  cecding* if  dtain   at   I).   W.  "Willie's  hou=e is not attended to���������Refert- tl to  work.-* committee for report.  C. K. Han-on complaining of sido-  w.tlk being on his Int.���������Inferred ro  I'ublic Works Committee.  Kooi 1.nay M Mi. re hohd iy number.  M. J. O'Brii-n acci-ptiiii.' proposition  it* neigh .-call's.  Ii. Ifowsr.n applying to i-losc lam  on iilock ")S���������Bylaw (JommiUce to  bring in bylaw gi.tntiiig n-i.ii.'st.  Thc Ma)or -aid several tavpayei-  wanled the time for rebate on taves  extended.��������� Laid over till uovt meeting  OI.NI.li.Ar..  Aid. Foote asked how long C. I'. K  would have use of city water'  The Mayor replied it, was to hi-cut  off now.  Aid. McCarter said some sidewalk  improvements were required, am* -ug-  gestcd improving walk at pott oflice.  Aid. Abiahamson suggest*d extending sidewalk on Government street to  Third street.  It uas decided to in 1 pro-.e front of  ptrnt ollice, put in eroding opposite  Samsiii's building on Second .street,  and walk on opposite side, Douglas  street, timber to be used for purpose.  Aid. Abrahamson suggested getting  hot,or snow-ploughs for sidewalk and  streots, anil it was. decided to get an  OK'imatc from S. McMahon.  INSURANCE.  A $2,000,000 lire insurance-department of the Canadian Manufacturers'  Association is to be launched to light  the Underwriters Association,  ��������� .EPWORTH LEAGUE.     ,.  - There was an interesting meeting at  the Epworth League on Monday evening. The pastor gave a short address  on the league motto " Look up, lift  up," and Mis. Creclman, Mis. Dent,  and Mr. Allum sang a trio. Four  young liien and one young' lady weie  recche'd as active membe.s. ' The next  meeting will be in charge of the literary department, 'and theie will boa  most interesting programme, given by  the ' celebrated -"impersonator Miss  Grace Bonner.       - >  *   " c CHURCHES.     ,    -  Methodist-���������Morning subject,"Lending a Helping Hand; evening, '-l-s the  Clnistian Keligion Reasonable?" At  the evening sen ice Mrs. Creclman will  .sing as a solo "Fiicnd.-," by Fie leric  JN*. "Loin, with cello obligate by-Mr. M.  Hastings; a chorus anthem by the  choir with soprano solo by Mis. W.  Bows.  l're.-bytofian���������Sunday morning subject, ���������'Troubled Heart'', evening. ,-A  Great Decision." l'astor's Bible cla.-s  at -2.30 p. m.  ���������-. - ���������   ^������   *    --���������     '  ���������������������������  ARROWHEAD.  '   From ourowncorrp-poadent.  Wotd on tho new Imperial bank i-.  to be .-tarred tlii- week.  Mi. Lasuiurand Mi--s -Beatrice La.���������  uiur of Morley .ire' vj-iting Mi.-. E J.  Bangs.  The hospital is now finished, and  will be opened shottly. Dr. Graham  of Kevelstoke will t be physician in  charge.  Capt. Foialand. who hat- lx.cn ma-.tcr  of the Revelstoke during the suinmcr  months, has returned and taken command of the Ko -land. Capt. Ffa'.'er returning to thc ICooton.iy.  1 heie i.- r-ontidcr.if'L building going  on at pie.-ont, sei,eial new hoii.-es be.  ing in eotn>e of erection .Mr*- l.nd-  gate'". cott.ice, opposite thr C. V. IL  station   ia almo-?t completed  We Higge-t I hat our youni; folks get  together and form a t|ii.i'I'���������ill*- flub, a-  \mj now ha\e i|uiti- a nnmU-i nfynting  l.ulie- ie-iditi<_' heie, H would alVoid  ainti-ement for the wintei  mouths.  J. H. Taylor, the populiu ptii-er 'i\  the '���������learner Ro-hIiiimI. left fm -���������*f. f,oni->  to v Ihi I. In ���������" p.neiit-. He 1 \'|,< fti to be  away about-i\* weeks, .'im! ilming his  ab-enee is being lelievd l>\ Fled Weir  of the Moyi", It i- .vlii-peml he will  not k I urn alone  Ifitrvvt Thank-gi\iiig -eivn-e-' won  held in the new F.ngli-h elimch on  Suiida>, it b, ing the opfinng senice.  Rev. JL A. .Solly olliciated, a--<ivted by  Veneiabie Aiclnlciieon Beer The  chinch ������,i* ta-teliilly deroraled by the  ladies and "pee'wl mii-ie n*utl"*-*"d b_\  the choir, Mi-s Lasuiur and I', l!o.>d  being the soloist 1.  SiiC������  Now on the market, choicfe residential property on 7th Street,  Blocks 51, and 54 surveyed into  lots, 50 x 100 feet,  , and upwards, on easy terms.  ������������������MMWUM���������MMM^���������-^���������������  ' I   ' ' ' ' ' } -..'/-  We have decided to present $10.00 worth of Fruit Trees  to each acre of land sold in'the-fruit gardens near McKenzie  ���������Avciiue.    LOW 'PRICES "AND   EASY', TERMS.      "  REVELSTOKE INSURANCE AGENCY  :���������"���������'���������.".      LIMITED  ' ������       ���������'.���������'' "..-, "VAg-ents. ������������������;  ..  ENDERBY.  '    , ' New Buildings.      '-   '  liasil Cliudom came in on Jlonday  fiom Victoi ia. -  Mi-fe. Ncvcnb, of Chilliwack, ifa spending a few, weeks' in Kndcrby, the  gue������t of arr.'and'JIis.. Lobt. l'ecl.  We shall 'soon again hear thcisouiid  of wedding bolls, if what the little bird  wtys counts for anything.  Kndcrby is still jogging'along at its  .usual pace. Building** arc going/up  on every baud, and new arrivals arc  dropping in with evcty train.  A large number of icsidcnts left'on  Saturday.'sand iMonday's trains for the  Coast, with the intention of visiting  the provincial exhibition at .New  Westminister:,       '  , (  MissBcattie lelurned JMonday fiom  .Vancouver, ^licte she has just finished  a'term at tbe normal 'school, and has  lesumed her duties in the" primary  department of the public school hero.  Mr. II.' Hutchinson- is electing a  new two storey binlding, 28x4.*J, facing  ClilV St., adjoining'the furniture store  occupied by Jas. C. English. The  building,'which isaheady leased; will  be occupied by Mr.*'Brown as a{rcs-  tauiant. , - ,<���������  ���������'" Pieparations aie" .being made", by  Geo. Jl. Sharp, to "build a new brick  meat market, 011 Maud St. facing the  C. t". K. depot. The building will  have a cold storage in connection, and  when completed will be up:to-date in  eveiy lcspect.  The Kamloops Lumbei Go, have  installed an electric 1 light plant in  their mill at Kndcrby, and tlic planers arc now being run ovei time. It  is the intention of the manager, Mr.  .McCoimack, to c.vtend the system to  the Uompanv's * olhee and bo.udtng  house.    The poles aie alic.uly elected.  A. -Ii. Price and bride (nee.Miss  Ciaidom) C1UI1C in Monday Irom Vic-  toiia. it is the'intention of Mi. and,  Mrs. Price to take up their residence  near'Kndcrby. The happy couple  have a laige eiicle uf friends-in and  about Knderby who join in wishing  them health,   pro.-pcrft>,   and   happi  Mr. and Mrs. Ifaneock, and family,  left on ironday for Vancouver, where  they purpose spending the winter. A  large number 01 iiieuds met them at  the Methodic parsonage, to bid them  farewell for a time, tn the meantime  we aie al! pleai-ed to learn- it is their  intention to return again tto their  home m Knderby after experiencing  thc pleasures of .1 *\inter at the Coast.  r  RAIL AND STEAMER.  Among,the latest experiments bein���������  undertaken by the C. 1'. R. is tho composite telephone. This is a new system, by means of which telephone.aiid,  telegniph messages may'be sent ovei  one wire at the same time. <-_  ,1. Sc'later has been appointed -gon-  eial, paspcngcr'-'iigcnt for the C. 1'.' 11  at -Vancouver^ and, is succeeded a->  ticket agent by, W. R. Thomson of  Seattle. "A. 13.,'Ca.ldcr, tiavclling passenger agent, is appointed agent at  Seattle and F. C. Collins, of the Chicago & Gi cat Western, has-been appointed C. P. 11. tiavclling passenger  agent.  Fourth Vice-Griind-JIastcr'Newman  of thc Brotherhood of Kailway'Tiaiu-  incn, visited the- lodges at Kamloops  and Kcvcls'toke and went tlnough the  Kootenay lodges accompanied by D.  XV. Stevens. 1 Ic was tcndeicd a splendid bantpict at Kamloops on Satuiday  all the railway oidcrs being lepiosentcd  ��������� At tlio annuali-mcctiiig of C. 1'. II.  shaieholdets on Wednesday the dirt-ct-  ors weie authorized to acquiic contiol  bf the Tilsonburg, Lake "Eric ancl Pacific railway ;to lease thc Guelph and  Godeiich and Northern Colonization  line's;'to, build two steamships for Atlantic service, to build twobianch  lines fiom Lacombe and Wcta&kiuin,  and to issue securities foi building-line  fiom Sudbury to Toronto; to iticicase  capitalstock ^o.OOO.OUO. ��������� '  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  .Electric Fixtures M Putin.  Second Street, Revelstoke  POLITICAL-  C. II. Mucin to*-h vilMeavf (Wm\ n  in ;t few day.- to hejr.n In- campaign  ior Kootenay.  It ('. Mcl'her-ori i- the Liberal and  It, I',, Kill*) tl"' iJoni<'rv,i.tivi* '-andKbit<-.  fm* Vanroiner.  Joe Martin mi-* gon'- to (ittawii on  i.ii-iiie.-*-, ,iii>l b:f (li-fWt-il be will not  urn t'or Niitiauno nft<-rall.  W   A. (i.illihei   w.n   in   Jif-vel-tok'-  ".inibly on hi?? w.iy h<>m*  fiom Ottaw.i  llr? will .-.li/.11J>  bt'fjin In- cimpaijiii.  .1 liuiiltb.-c, (-r Ko'-I.md, h.i^ l"<-ii  .ippumU-<l rctin.iiiii,' ol!',r-<-. f������������i lhe  duminii'ii ' Ic-ti'iii i"i I\i.ni. n.ij 'I bi'  .ippoL.tmeiit i- a p'������p'lL<r<-ii'- >vith lhe  Libei.ti jiaity,  V.iijcnivei Ii',iw! uf 'I i.ft' b->-  ],.i������, d a u*.."!ii>.i'ii> condi-Miiiii.x  1'n-imci McBiidf'- bicif-h ni f.i ill*  Nuth tin- Bond in failing to appoint a  c(immi-'ioii a- In- pi',ir.i-'d to iik'-Ii-  LMte the a-*���������'-?irm-nt .i'-t nl la^t -e.-ioti  M Hoi-.in a prominent. M"itn,-I  Con?-! rv.itive, h;n aniiOiiiicd hi-t in-  lenlioii of ������iipf)Ortmg th'- Lib'r,il i,  t.iymg il, is impossible for him lo  I nger withholil liu snpfmrt fro )> a  jiarty which barf doni'so rniu-li for the  (fiiintiy and loiiflvanced it-t prosfifi ity.  OfiiiiervMtuc f,'-,-i'lf r   Uonlen  w.is >��������� t  one time .suppose!  lo  bi-a gentl'-man,  but when he said at Toionlo thai   tl '���������  littei election c.y foi   the Libeinls w���������������  ' Vote for Liiuii'T and n linger IJmUd  istales" be made an mtiiiiuiitioii whi< h  ivii.iiui  ("thibition of  bad temper  nod  of Inn I, ipinl which   cilices- Caniida by  it,M  appeals to niuial and rullgii.'iiu piu-  judice. !_______  :   Some changes  are  being   made  in  command of C, P. Jt. boats.  NOTICE.  ���������Nc  O'l'IOK TS JTEBHBY GIVKN that 30 (l.ijs  (iftui tl.ito I inloiul to apply lo tho Chiol  Coninusiioiici of l���������iii(lsnnil U'oiK-, for,i.spouiil  licL-n-,0 lo cut and c.iny a������.iy liinbi-r fi om tho  follow ingduicribud lands in WlsL ICooton.iy  dkl not .���������  Nuinlici One.  ('omiiiciiomii aL a. po-t in.ii-l.ii(I Win. Cowan's  notth-uest ooincr )?o-,t No. I" planted on Uu;  oast bank of l'mc-lon Cioulc, about llu oo miles  abo\e mouth of West Hi.uii.li, Uioiilo oast tsO  chains, Lhoma-south bO oh.uns, tlieneo wual W)  ili.uus, thenco noilh fell oliiuns to point of coni-  niencenu?nt  Dated October Slli. 1001. i  Xuinboi 'Two  C'oniineneiuKat-i. post marked Win. Cowan's  No 2 noilli oust coi noi posl" planted on Hit*  east,bank of I'iuk-Ioii Cieek about llni-c miles  above mouth ol WlsL Iii.inch, llienee west bo  chains, llienee south SOchains, (hciKOoasI i-l)  chains, ihence norlli iO chains to point ol com  nieneemcnl. ' ,  Dated Oclobci Stli, 1001. . *  N umbei Throe.  Commencing at a po-t inaikcd Win. Gow.in's  No..') norlli oust eoinei post," planleil on Iho  east, bank of PiiiKslon Crock, about seii-ii miles  above ?nioulli ot West, Iiiancli, I henei- uoslK)  eluiiii-, tlionco soiitli SO chains, thenco c.islbO  chains, llienee north SO chains Lo poinl of commencement.  Dated October Sib, Kliil.  y. Number l-'our.  t'omniFiiciiifcaln post nun kort Win. Cowan's  No I north-west corner post,' planted on the  c.isl bank of PniK-lon Cieek, about fom nml a  half nnlcsabive the mouth ol Wc-sl Iiiancli,  llienee eastiiO chains, thence boulhtO chain-,  thi-iicc wcsl SOchains". Ibcnce iioithSOeluiins to  point ol common'cmciil.  Dated October hlh, HUH.  Number I'i?. c.  Coinmencinf! al a post, in.ii ked Win. Cowan's  So. ,*i noilli-ensl, coiner post," planted on the  c.isl bank of Pin-iston Cieek, about four and i  half miles above Ihe mouth of Wc-l Hianch,  lh, m-e wi st SO chains, llu lid? soinhXO chains,  Hi, jn c ensl Ml cbain-. tin life nm Hi Ml chiiins In  point ol i omiiicucciiienl.  Ilnlid 0< lohi'i Sill, Pint  N'umboi Sis-.  f oiiimeiicinir at a posl mill kid Win Cowan's  Vo. II norlh-wesi ((iincr po-l," planted nn lha  ca���������l bank of I'niffslon lacek, iiboul live and c-  half null s above I he mouth of the West Hiiiiuh,  I licnri- (,is| SO chains, I hence snmli SOchains.  thence wet SOchains, llu nee noilh SO chains lo  pom' of i oinmeiK '-mr-iit.  Il I Odohci-slli, Mini.  Ninnbei- Si-vi'ii.  t'ouimi-ni in^ al a post mat ked Wm. Cowan's  No. 7 in,illi i ast < oi ni-i po-t." )il nil'(1 ou Ihe  I nisi bunk of I'liiK-l'iii Cick, alioul llvcaii'la  u.ilf int!r-< abnie tho iniiiilh of lhe Wi ������l  I Hi am li, I hence west SO ( haliw, theiiei- sonlh SO  i b nn-.. Ihi-ni-e ( aJt so ill,i.ii-. llii'iiei not I li So  chains lo poinl of ((iliiliu-ni i iiii'lil  llaful O. liibcrSlli, lit II.       '        .  Numhi'i I-'ikIiI .  (-(iiiiiii, n, ii,k at ii po-l nun kid Wm, Cowiiu's  S'n ^siniib eii-i ( nun i- post," jihnili-il iiboul Hi  ,bni,^i isi nn lil.t/id Inn* nf No I iin^i ,ib(ivc  il, t-i \ ib< ,1, l)i, in i ninth lilchiiiis. iiiiiicm ,t,r-\  liii i baiiM. th' m i- south I'I ( Iiii his, th( net- (asl  li^i i h mis io point oi (oinmi ik r-nicnl  Ij itnl O'tfilici HI li, I'Cil.  Number Nlii'*.  . f (iiiiiii' iiriu;; at a post mm ki d Wm, f luvwiu's  S'u, 'I o.iith v.i -I (oni'-r post," planlid on tin  i ,i^l li ink of I'ln^ton (Jieiik aboul seven mil' -  al,o.i tlie iiiohIIi of Wc^l liraiK li, llu ik e i-asl  *o i h Uu-. Iiii-ii"* norlli *-JJ ( hiuiM, (Iiciki- wisl  ell cb.ilfM, llu-IM '��������� viililb Wi (Iiiiiii^ to  point   of  I OIIIIIK IK ('UK III.  Ii in ii Iii Inhi r xili. li'Jl.  Nfllill,' I T' ll,  t'oiuiii/ i,i iii^ ul a pn t m u l,i (I Wm. (Iovv.ui s  Vo In -niiMi i i -I i im ik i' post pliinlid on llu-  i a-l I iii ul' ot I'lu^r ton ('li i k aboul w vi ii uiihs  ,il,o i lie mouth of Wf-1 Iiiancli, fIu-iki-v\(-i  -'* i hnlii-, lie ik e nor! \i -Jii hrum, I hi m e i a-l sii  ih,uns ilnnri -oulh til i nnlii-. lo poinl of i om  nn in i iik nf  liaiiil 0, inlii i S(h  |'������,l.  .NiiiuIji i l<]|( veil,  f omiiii ik ii if al a po-l in.(i ked Wm. Cowan's  Vo II sou, li i>,i <f (oiiiei- post,* planlid aboul  l-vi till i hiilns noiihoil a hln/(d Inn iiiniihiK  noilh liom I'.'il (Is (abiii aboul el^bt mill-  above lhe inoulli of Wusl liniueh of I'illusion  (Jieek, lh( iko noilh H")(halns. theiiie wcsl in  ebiniis. tin iko sonlh KKichnins, thence east Id  (liuiti-t to point of romuieiKeinenl.  Iinlcil Odoli'-i-Slb, I'l'il.  Number Twelve.  (;oiiimeui hit,' nl ii posl iimrki d Win. Cowan -  No. IJsouih .its! iiiiiK-i po-l,' nhiiitid on a  iiliued line anoui. a-, eliains east, or No. ll posl  above, described, thenei) mirth 'HSU eliains,  Ihenec ei,.sl III eliains, t.hoiicc.south Will chains,  llienee'w-e.sl, IU chains Io place of comiiieiiee-  ineat. .'.'���������.  Iinlcil Outohci- 8th. I'JOl. WM. GOWAN,  Why, all the follows aie getting shot, powder and caitridges  at J,awrencc&. Look out for the 1st of September. J'lownnig fe ,   ,  Automatic Shot Gunb, the latest and mobt up-io-date gun on      ,    ���������  the market.    Single ,and JJouble-JJanelled Shot Gnnfa, .K -JO  Winchester, 'Mi Savage, 303 J3i itish Itillcb.    J.argest Stock of  22 Rilles over in J{evelstoke. Watch for our Spotting \\ indqw. -  W. M. LAWRENCE,,  Hardware.  'And we aic'rcady for the trade.    Everything in connection with  this house is first class!*      Our selection of Woollens is the best.  We cut every garment with a perfect style and fit,' and the workmanship gives it n beautiful finish, a joy to the customer.  THE TAILOR  >   r  JMcKI5,NT'/Sni AVHNUE,  NICXT TAVLOJi J3IYOOK.  3 '  OUR N13W  Am: Oi*i:n Pou Yotiu In'si-eci'ion."  , ,   ������������������ ' i  T7HO.M   Ideli'('olorniRs, in   Hall 'and  '  1      Kiiiiin DosiKiis ti)*?l),iiul} Cliaiuboi  Ullccls   om   Stock   and   1'ncos should  moot tlio limit oxacillin leiiuiroinuuls.  iFurnitupo Dealers.  Picture Framing-  Undoi*tak.oi>s & Embalmers.  ft^,-=s?Sv.il<%'-''^'  i\������im t)/fAf!riir^,i  G*  *fp^s|*  -  >  I     ' "  ,     I,  FASHIONABLE    TAILOR.  *������������������^ *    ** 't  ' yy '     ,GOOD   yORKMAJSISHIP:  ,  -','     ';'/,   PERFECT  .PIT     *        ;  ;, '        UNION   MADE  McKENZIE: AVENUE  ;-" ���������   , Next,  K.'. HOWSON  & Co  FRANK   RtJSHTpN,  '     * Practical Gunsmith  ji ,  i)i-Ai,i:i' in*  J,Ijill,l.lk     ... , .'t.j ,.ui, ..j - .,.. ���������.^.Hl^ll ifl' '3*UVit*JI IK*  & U NTS, -,J-1 & 1 O Lb,   L^faI^j1^1i^^JM(HiUiit.l  AJiLiMUxNLTJOX   <X  and all kinds of,  | SI? OKI ING GOOJ5S  SSme������'  feag^W^O-BStSfe^  |c*>������Sfccn*.  All kinds of Guns '  '  Jtopaiicd. ,  Shot Guns Ke-boied  forCloseand Haul  Shooting a spec-  -.ialty.     ,  Main'1 Street,  KAMLOOPS, B. O.  Notice "to Creditors!  In the mailer ol 'I\I'0'*-*1VVI1iTm1!'������ nlliud  ceased, anil m the mat lot ol lhe Olliual  .\(liniiiisIiatoisr\t(.  N    dor of  Ills Honor. J.   \.   Koi in   Coiiiilj  .Miil-'o, ilalort Hi'1 I"1 '*���������'"' of, P^ob(;,��������� 1!01?  GooPkc Sinilh Md'in l or, Ollici.il Adimnistiato  lor lfr.it1 ail of Kootenay (Jounlv coiiijii ised  it, i.i ill -Kevelstoke KIcoIoimI. District, has  bee- ^railed lelteis ol adininislialion. to ml-  mimslcr all and sinBiil.i; 1 he estate of Thomas  Wlison lliown. (leeeased, intcslale.     .  "ndViii tl.ci inivo uoliccllial ,il claims upon  the said estate must, lie sent in to he said .\il-  niiiiistiator.al. las ollice. Impeli.il Hank liloek.  iVovoWoko, 1) C, williin HI) dajs lioni the  datehe.eor -illei- nluUi Lime all ill ocee,Js ������ill  he disliilniteil   anion!-"   Ha-   pintles   lawTullj  theieunlo untitled. ,,       ������      lleoiKoSiinlli Mot a tor.  Ollleial Ailnunisltutor  Dated the litli dny or Oelolicr, IB1I.  A DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS;  "ESMERALDA"  , Chaiacleis  Impersonated:  Old man Kogois     Dave Ilaidy  i\l i -,. liogcm Nor������i Desmond  Ksmeialila Kate llesmond  Kbtei-brook .lack Desmond  Die*,*. Kervant iMai(|iiib  GRACE  BONNER  Miss llminei  i.s iiImi  one of the licst  ventriloquists in the country.  An Entertainment  for tiie   People  Lots of  nnd Good Sense.  Mr^lstMondayf0ct. 10  at the hour "f S p. m.  ADMISSION.       -      25 C10 STH  JEWELLERSfff,  'APPOINTMENT  TOHISEXCELLEN&  THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL  A FINE  CLOCK  appropriate* for a 'Wedding  Gift  WANTJflD  WTANTKI)    Si-wial    Rood   men   lo  VV       Wllllv ,11(11111(1 niwiiiiII -ind   Viu d  lii^Iieiul lainibci- Giimpaiiv.    Ai-.ow-  lioad.        W"aNTI*:IJ-Aii olllei*  boy.    Apply  tillk-c "I Ibis pap"  WANTKD���������A l*-iist, (Jl.iss Uii-eulai  HA \VVI-;U in a mill eulting -iotn  Dei- day, mjIuI s.uvs, steam kicker and  niKKer, ���������i'-11 sleiini Iced. Want's .-jjl. /."j  |jui day.���������Apply to Kootenay Rivci  l.iimbi-i  Co., Nelson, li. O.   ANTliU���������Ueli.ible MES in every  town in Canada lo take ordcia  fm tall.ii-.ii.i.le elothe.s ; pel m-incnt  employ.nenl, good commission : ex-  perk-iice uniieeessMi-y.���������C. L. Bouviur,  Cuko.ii Tailor, al Lombard Street,  Toronto, Out,  8-day Blnck Enamelled Iron  Clock, pillars silver finish.  Striking hours and half-hours  on gong. A .ciiablc and  durable timepiece at a moderate price. 1 leiglit, io inches;  width, io inches; 5 inch  dial, $7.00  Sent prepaid to any atldresi  in Canada upon receipt of  price, with the return privilege if unsatisfactory.  Our large Catalogue showing illustrations of eighteen  different styles of clocks will  be sent upon request  HENRY BIRKS & SONS  JEWELLERS  Ottawa   MONTREAL  Winnipeg  57-59        Phillips       350-352  Sparks 8t.      Squire        Kaln St  Liberal Association.  -���������-  The Annual Business Meeting will  be held at my ollice on Monday, October JOth at 7:30 p. in. to elect ollicero  for the ei)s.iiii){; year and make arrangement-: for the election campaign.  1-. Jj. LEWIS.  Secretary.  T. It Mint


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