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 .���������'){,        ' 'I .   , I  T.li l)������/fcUM>  READ BY  5,500  , t  ������������������'n ������V?"  Provincial Library  T?-, ii.,   n,���������.M  '    Ik  0 II  OCT 2/1,190-1   , <^ '  ^croRiA,������:0"'"'  ������-</" .'  READ BY,  5,500  Vol. ll.-No. 30.  REVELSTOKE. B C, OCTOBER 22. 1904  $2.00 Per Year.  *' -w  JUST  AERIVED  .,   . '" '  i i * . ������-t.  O C '  *   1 . '������������������',,,' .  t   a    '       ��������� ' r r . ,'"  .A Fine "assortment of ���������  Dress! G���������ood^   Ties,  Blouses, Fall, and Win-  '*  "   ���������> < < / ���������      ',        ',   "  1   ter Coats, also a hew:  *���������"��������� *t     -1) i ^ ^  Valid complete stock of v  ,   Men's Boots and Shoes,;  "... -     ��������� '     ������" '   y     >  Hats, Gaps &c.      Call  V and inspect.  Taylor blook.,Mckenzie ave.. revelstoke.'  rB.Hume  LIMITED.  '���������Samples.  DEPARTMENT    STORE  Ladies and Children s  Underwear  New stock of everything in ladies and children's  Underwear in all Wool Union and Fleece Lined-  fine warm" goods for winter. It will be wortli" your  time'to look at this line before buying.  "BlacK Tights in all ~Tizes.  New Silk Waists.  We have a beautiful new stock -of Silk Waists-  some, very elaborately trimmed���������in white, black  and colors.'  Uhis' is   an   exceptionally1 fine   line^  for e-dening tvear.  New Furs.  Just opened a nice  line of  Collars, Stoles, Collar-  etts, Ruffs, etc.  New Dress Materials.  If you have an idea of having a costume made this  season, we would advise, seeing our Dressmakers  now as there is no doubt they will be busy later  and.may not be able to (ill your .order.  IMPERIAL BAM.OF CANADA  Gnpitnl Authorized, $1,000,1X10.   Uiipiliil fnid Up, ?3 000000.    Ro=t, $2,6=0,000.  ���������Heiul OHice, Toitovio, Ontakio.  Hriuiclioi iii Hi" Nurlhwost Torritorios, Mimitolm, Ontiiriii ami Quolipo.  \iii    llio'following imiiits i"   HrilKh   Columliiii:    Uniiibrimk. Golilon,  Nolsoii, ltovolaloko,Tiout irnko, Viincuuror und Mutoriu.  T  It Miamrrr, I'rosulont. D. It. Wii.kii:, Vifio-Proiiiloiit unci aimornl Muwiffor.  T. It ml' j;, n\Y) AshiHluiif.aoiioriil MimuKor.    W. Mojkat, Cluof Iiispoctor.  Kevclstoke Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  Savings Dopnrlinoiit���������Dopcwita Kocoivocl und liilorobl Allowod.  rjnifu'wltl uvulliililo In all parts id (laiiada, United Slalom and Europe.  Special ntloiillm. ������lvoi. In clloclloiiH. A. K. I'mi-ra. M.ui������*ir.  BORDEN S POLICY THE LIBERAL  LEADER.  Might Wreck Canada Financially���������Logical Opinion Expressed by Ottawa Man.  ��������� In  the Ottawa Fiee Piess,  E. \Y.  Thomson, tho veteran journalist 6iiys :  "I lmvc the greatest respect for,Mr.  Borden���������but, can anybody���������can he  himself tell what he would or could  do about the railway "if he7 attained  oflico ? We ' cannot guess that from  what he says. He cannot guc������s himself what the men . who may be elected to support him ua the le-ult of all  the various things he suys would ^permit him to do if he got,a majority.  "Ho says he will expiopnate the G.  T. 11. Company. He suys chut if he  should go on with the railway pioject  he would puisuc it us a Government  work. ' 'He' indicates that he might  abandon the whole scheme 'cast of  Winnipeg and substitute foi l it the  extension of the Inteicolonial; via the  C. P. 11. line aibund the noith shore  of Lake Supciioi. Suppose he-got a  rnajoiity. It would consist of all  kinds of nien���������sdine attracted by one  phase 'of his' railway attitude, and  others by another. Theie would be_  C. P. R. men: State-socialist oi Gov-  ernmpnt ownoiolnp raon of tho typo of  my friend Mi. William Maclean, men  like Mr. Monk, who wishes the East-.  orncDivision built on the grand meander;' old-fashi -ned, cautious Conservatives who would sooner turn . Borden out again than let Him- embark  the country on Government, ownership -' rnilwavs. _Itc would I e impossible to guess what, ouiu off a-" railway  pioject, if any, ".would 'conie'of his  attempt to' devise one that would be  acceptable to all whom be endeavors  to attract. *        ' '  "At louBt it would take many  months for him to reconcile,, his factions. * He coultl,', not hope to do it  without going far on in a session of  Pailianicnt. He could not get leady  to meet Parliament for months, foui  or five at least, i Meantime, and all  the time up to Puihamcn passing his  scheme, confusion would prevail, because doubt would uile all ovei Canada. t Not only would work on the  railway be paralyzed. " In view of the  success of a party whose leader is  'deeply involved in more oi less clear  pledges' to establish government  ownership of railways, what would the.  financial woild of Great Hiltam and  'the Stales be doing'to'Cftuiida-?;-vr-"'-5  '���������' "Think of the ettcct of expropriating  a 'company with which the - Gi.ind  Trunk, that has'10,000 English sh.ue-  holders, is associated as closely ,as a  Siamese twin. , To Englishmen Canada would appear to be turning her  back oifherself, and making naught  of her solemn contracts. - Ir can't believe that Mi. Boiden would expropriate the G. T. P. The interests  of the countiy would foi bid him to do  so. But he has said he will if he can  get power. Jt 13 not what he would  do, but what the financial world will  be afraid of him doing, that would  CAUsn thi: collu'SE or cki:dit  on Novembei 4th, it he were successful on November 3rd. For many  months the country would not know  where it was at."  u "The time is very critical. Business is good heic compared with the  condition I have been-observing all  summer in the States, or its reported  condition in England. It is good  heie because of confidence that there  is no great distuibance neai. Canada, with Laurier in, knows wheie she  is at. Her condition is that of stable  equilibrium."  Great Tribute to Sir Wilfred  Laurier by'Leading,Eng-w  ,  r       ,lish Paper.  ', The  Daily' News-,  land,   says,   under  of London, Eligible   Sept. l'lth,  SIR. WILFRED LAURIER', K.O.M.G.  Pieniioi ofCaniuln.   .   .,'    r  1901:    "Sir Wilfmd L,imier-is easily  the first statesman of Greater Baitain."  LIBERAL MAJOR-,  ITY ASSURED  ' i       -        l* ,t ^y'y '  Opinions, of Prominent-;Men-;-P.  '   Burns pays High Tribute  i      to W. A. Galliherl      }  A local man who is in touch with  conditions in the west ofl'eredto bet  un enthusiastic Tory in Revelstoke  the othei day'that the Libcials would  have a'rnajoiity of twenty to' twenty-  live between Manitoba and .Biitish  Columbia.       -    ' >  OTTAWA   OI'INIOX. _   '  , E. W. Thomson, of Ottawa, says ���������  "It is true'that Laurier has "now as  ���������huge a rnajoiity as he can- need, lie  'would be just as well, 'if not'better 'on',  with oncoUortyr -But.if lit-does noi  have one of iifty on the election of the  ne.\t Speaker, you come tome: and!  will picsent you with a hat.".       i(   ������������������  '  v. fiuiiNS i:xpki:ssi:s iiiMSi:r.F.  ���������Pat Burns states:���������'" Talbot is sure  of election in Stratlicona, and Mackenzie in Albeita, the only thing  which vvould.defeat Fiank Olivei in  Edmonton is the puichase of the  foieign vote. The fight in Calgaiy  will be a haul contest and the result  in doubt until the election.  - -In-d-Cootcnay I consider Gallihei  will have a walk over. Galliher is a  good lepiesentative and had ^done  much woik for his constituents."  ACHIEVEMENTS.  i ' r,  Hon. "W.   S.  Fielding Recites  '    What the Liberal Party  ���������    Has Accomplished.  ,  Jn a speech iu  tho   Commons   lusl  session lion. W. S. Ficldmt,' said :  "Lust year I reminded my hou.  friend, as I must do again, Ihu't' lie  fails to"icali'/.c the gieat change Ih I  has been brought , about in lhi>  count ly. The Canada ol today in ii"t  the Canada of 18!)G.,. The Cimi'lu of  I8!)0 would haidly he ' iccojiih/i il by  people who look upon the new Canada  that has grown up under a 'lilier.il ad-  niinihtiation. Why, in 18%, in cvei.v  part of this dominion, theie was a  condition���������shall tJ, say of depiOMiiui .'  That is too stiong a vvord.' Th-.-io was  a condition of disofiuragcnieul, I lie  people were not sutislied with .,: bcii  condition undei",the advantage- wbiul  hon. ppiitlvmcii iilkfecd HH'V "gave  them us a coin-cqnonce of then,policy  The Canada that he speaks ur, the  Canada of J805, whiih lfe ^iwil foi  comparibon,'-''had a 'total tnide , of  $239,000,000; the new* Canada whic  bus grown up under tho'liHi'nil lid  ministration has a total ir.ide ol  $170,000,000.-     .  .     .      ��������� ,   f  The   Canada   of   that date liad .  po-its   in   the   savings    banks    and  RAILWAY  REFORM.  HON. W. S. FIELDING,  Minister of Fmaiieo for Canada.  Commission   Requires   Better  Terms for Trainmen.  The railway companies have agieed,  in response to a circular from the  Railway Commission, to draft a uniform set of rules to govern opeiation  of trains. All roads will be compelled  to introduce the block system whenever business is heavy enough. Automatic switch devices will be insisted  upon so that a semaphore will1 first  show danger before a switch is opened.  Hand aiid light signals will be made  uniform on all roads and a rule introduced that no train band shall  work more than a specified number of  hours each clay whether be wants to  or not. -   A. G. BLAIR  Resigns From the Railway  Commission.  .  Hon. A. G. Blair has resigned from  the railway commission, and immediately the Tory press circulated the  fake report that he was going to take  the field against the Liberals and help  the Conservatives. Those who discussed politics with Mr. Blair when be  was west knew that report was false,  as he made it very clear he was as  strong a supporter as ever of Sir  Wilfred Laurier but ditiered from him  as to the manner in which the Grand  Trunk Pacific should'be built.  The cause of Mr. Blair's resignation  is that he has been offered a more  remunerative position, and itis understood he will accept an appointment  under the Grand Trunk.  It is now reported Mr. Blair resigned  to accept the management of tho Lake  of the Wood.- Milling Company at a  salary of $20,000 a year.  LIBERAL GAINS.  Leading   Conservatives Rally  < to Support the Liberals.  uecausi: hi; likes good govi;knmi:nt.  Mr. Raby, formerly a leading conservative and a tower of strength to  the libeial party in Montreal, lias  thrown in his weight with the liberals  this election on account of ,the excellence of the liberal policy and  administration. He is now chairman  of the Liberal Committee for St.  Antoine division. His action has  created consternation among the conservatives in Quebec.^ c  BECAUSE OF TIIEIIt PROGRESSIVA POLICY  W. P. Tierney, contractor and merchant of Nelson, says: "Owing to  the progiessive policy of the L-uiner  administration and the way that  Canada has grown and tlniven under  its administration he thought it  should be continued in power. In  addition to this he wished to see W.  A. Galliher, the liberal nominee for  parliament, returned again as he' hud  done such signal service for this  section in securing the lead bounty  and in other ways. The Lauriei  government in my opinion is' progressive, enterprising and puts into  effect measures which are bencheia  to the people and has not betrayed  the trust which the people put in it.  "I supported the government of Sir  John A. Macdonald localise I believed in him and bis administration,  and I support the present government  for the same reason, and I believe it  should and will be sustained by a  large majority of the,,people of the  dominion in the ' forthcoming  elections.  "I am particularly desirous of seeing W. A. Galliher returned to  parliament again. He has performed  faithful and meritorious services .or  his constituents and bbould be reelected. Send him again and he will  do still better work for the people of  this constituency and for the province and dominion generally"  chaitcrcd, hanks of $183,000,000, the  naw-Gun-irh) nf.r"vlny_has-den'V'it,>- of  $123,000,000. v    "  1 We might go through all the items  of trade and conimeico.' I have dealt  with them before, but I'ask my hon."  fiiend, in making , these comparisons  to remember that the Canada of 1890  was a vastly different country from  the country of today. This govern-,  nient have rccogni/.ed the changing  conditions; and 1 have no _ doubt the  legislation which we have iniinduced  has in some degree���������in how lingo a  degree may be a matter for donate���������  but it has in some considerable degiee  been one of the instrumentalities by  which this greater progress has been  made My hon. fiiend must lemeiu-  ber that in making these compai isons  he shuts bis eyes to the old condition  as computed with the new. He must  leinembei that undei a libeial'administration , -  CANADA HAS MADE EN'OK-MOIiS l'HOORI.SS  and if we have expended these moreys  we have expended them to ti.e advantage and development of,, ^the  ountry, we"have expended them also  for reasons that will commend themselves to sound financiers If hon.  gentlemen opposite spent little money,  they spent more than they had and  inn into debt; the lesser sum that they  spent was 'extravagance; the mote  that we spend is economy, because we  have lived within our means."  MeGlary's Famous/.  Heaters ape the Best  Do not wait until the winter is half ', ���������"  over, but get one 'at once and be    ���������  "  comfortable.    A' -large ''stock  to '���������   ,  '   select from in our Hardware Store.- .. -  y .      ��������� ��������� . ', '    "  ��������� A package-rof Imp Soot 'Destroyer ���������will /clean  your .chimney without any trouble,'Price'25c.'   rn���������; v   '       ,-,   ���������-    '-rt;'^'%wJ  AI i Lt>'��������� - ^J123������yU*j*'l'^-^i*^-^  /,       '      <     ,- '���������-'������������������',  ^,    ���������ylr >'*  '    s-rsir  r-*,   'M" ' (". ������������������������������<.��������� ^-������������.tif5  % i J        - 'ilr., _ <���������' Ji.'^ ' r    ,���������' ���������     .-      - ''  a  |W,\  'J- \   j.   -./JjUJfl-'   J-l  p: burns mom  .'.V-%  ������ Jt   . . *-l       J. ^     ^tn "'ftj  Head^ OfiQcfe  "i^sssss^Oalgary, Albeift'a Vi  '_���������N.o,\v.that_th'e season,is appro.vcliiiigyWben.'ypu^niust, v.,  *'wear lTcuvy clothing, don't' forget that we are in it for   >.  '   Tlc.tvy^Wo'ol Goods:   We want -your trade and  must   "  . have.it?\Our stock of Men's Wear'cannot be beat.  "We ha-Oe the largeet stoefcof StanfieltfJ  i       \/cnderte>ear to be found in this City.  ���������-fV  '������r'M  - ,"- ������l  4  ��������� ill  I > ,^ 1A. E  ^     . ^ 4".  / -  Y."  .i   '-'  v|k  'I'V "  -Tr*S  jrt&eaterj,    V +J~t& eaters  Come and see what we can do for you in Sweaters.  Wo have 'juht opened up a new line of the above and  we aie always willing to show goods.  Our StocK. of "Boy's Clothing is Complete  in all Lines.  - >-*'h^'  *t '   b'i}(.  ��������� ���������"���������'!,  "2  FIT-REFORM WARDROBE,  y?mi  LIBERALVICTORY  Seems Assured in the Coming  Elections.  lion. G. II. V. Bulyea, of Regina,  says of the Liberal piospects in the  Tenitoiics: "It is piacticaliy admitted by the opposition that we  shall win eight or ten scats, and that  opposition candidates have now very  lictle chance in even Quappille und  Cab'ary, which weic first churned by  them as safe. They now admit defeat  even there."        -   y    The McBrido government ought to  move their headquarters to ' ondon,  England. Attorney-General Wilson  now proposes to follow the precedent,  of his co-ministers and have a trip  there at the expense of the i vur-  burdened tax-payer.  BUSY  THE MOLSONS BANK  IncoriKiratod by Act of Parliament, lS-Vi.  HEAD OFFICE,  MONTREAL.  W.M. MciLbON Macpukrsos, Pres. S- H. Ewikg, Vice-Pre's.  Jajiks Ei.lioti:, General Manager.  O A PIT A L A UTIIO HIS ED  CAIMTA.,  PAID UP,  ItESERVK,  .$5,000,000  3,000,000  3,000,000  'I  y-y  1^1  lOv.'i'ytbing in   way or hanking  business transacted without un-  iu"i-cs!.iiry delay. ' > .  Inl.-restcu'dited twice:, year at curient  lates on  Savings Bank  di'poMt-s.   RKVEI.STOKK,   B.   C.  \V. II. PRATT, Manager,  -1  ^  \>  m  FASHIONABLE    TAILOR.  GOOD   WORKMAJSTSHIP  PERFECT   FIT  ,    UNION   MADE  ,      .  - i'.'i  . When in the city the other day  Post Ollice Inspector Greenfield saw  Aid. Lewis about fixing a letter box on  McKen/.ic Avenue in accordance with  the proposal, recently made by \V.  Bevvs for looking after it, and it is  understood this will now be done. It  will be a great convenience to business  people in the east end of the city. A  similar box should be placed near the  Central Hotel on Front Street.  McKENZIE AVENUE  11.  Next  IIOWSON  m  & Co  Carpets & Linoleums  At R. H0WS0N & Co'S  KliNKKAL DIRECTOKS  AND KMRALMERS.  PICTURE  FRAMING.  ,  ' i l\  -vt'-^j./,.* wjtfT'*"' -' ,   (  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  ubc'lUootcna^'flfoaU  1'UltLlSlIKH   SATL'lllUY.  '   '   , '��������� ,     -vi-  ItEVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ' $2.00   Por    Annum  Suosoniiiion  vUVKItTISINO UATl'.S on .ippllciilioii  CImiikiv in i.tai������llni; iiilvoill'.onieiili nutnl  boii:T������ 9*. i������. WcaTiMlay ofi-iu'H week tu  ' i.ntcnro itood di������iilnv. duuidinK nilvoili������.i������K  niatler >villbcc\iaiiKul twice .1 month without aim cImiko For more rt-eqiiyiit  Mlorn^o���������   ihe lime occupied  in nmklnK  '    -ame will be eluded "I a"1'11 "ll(Jrt-  JUl) PH1NTJNG promptly executed in. reasonable nite-. ' ,  TERMS-C'u-di.   Sub-cnpUon- payable In advance. -  f-oi'ltK-'PON'niCN'Ci: invited   on  mallet* ot  l.iibUciuteKM..   Communication., lo I'-d-  lor   mu-,1   be  accompanied   by   mime   ������  '   writer not ncce*nrlly foil publlcAtlon. but  '     LlividencVoiKOOd faith.   Uo.ro-po.idonco  .hould be brief.  H  ABVE_V, acOARTBII)|NK1|^Mi  nABinsTKJis. sohicrniiis, kto.    ���������  ."Vloi-soxu   Hank   Hi.ock.   Iir.vr.i.-  stoki:, Ii. C.  I   Money to loan.  '  Oillce.-: Kevelntoke,  Gro S. McCaktkk,  A. -M..J,ink������iam- ��������� ���������      "���������" -i.;���������T.-,"ai,..,i,.' n, C  Okkicbs ."  , It. 0.: Fort Steele, II. (J.  'Revelstoke, JI. C.  .1. A. Hakvkv,  KorL Steele, M.  J  OI1X   .MANNING!  SCOTT    li. A  b. L. li.  Bakhi&tek, Somcitoh, lire.  Revelstoke,  U.U.  Fir.st Street.'  E  IIAGGKN,  ���������     o       <  TlDWARD A  Mining Bnoin'Kkk, i  American Institute Minim? KiiKincer-.)  (Mem  E\aimn  (Mem. Canadian Mining ln-.til.ule.)  RKVULS'l'OKK.'B./'.  ation 'or and report', oil Minci-al I'ro-  rperllc������ a Specially.'  'The Liberals are a's qood as llie  OonserviitiveK anyday, and tlie  people of Camilla have shown by  their ballots they consider ibem it  good deal better. It" is publicly  charged at ' Victoria, whcie hit-  public acts are under tho public  eye. that Mi. (Ircen is tbc biggest  grafter who ever bold oflico at  .Victoria, and Unit is saying mtioli.  When ho talks about the Liberals  being com posed of' "people of nn  account" and "rascals" we can toll  him (lie day is not fardiutant when  men of, his, ignorance and narrow  prejudices will be relegated from  control of .public affairs'in this pro-  vinceaind their places taken by.men  fi oin tlic. Liberal'1 ranks whose  business and public spirited policy  will,be a credit' to the party and  tho people of tho province. - .  ling with  '!.*  Lis  ��������� t -  **>**?.  'Ub^tvobtena^baU  'vUiaON^^  ���������'/SATURDAY,' O0n>nBll "22,',11)01.  Liberal Candidates  " -, .' .        '(.    ' a     '  , The following"c.indidatcs for election  to"the House of -Commons are in the  field with the approval and endorsa-  (.;*,.i or ti.. i-ihcral jiarty.and'tbe l-.il>-  eral government and avc a^i. r^..- ii.r������ii  ' the support at the polls of all electors  who are in favor of patriotic, just and  progressive governnient:  Nanaimo--RALPH SMITH ','���������,,  ComoxMin-W. SLOAN,,      "  ' Vancouver.City-R.G.MACPHERSON  Yale.Caribop-DUNCAN ROSS  .. Kootenay 7 -W. A. GALLIHER     ���������  It has remained for the Biiliuh  Columbia Tories lo devise a. new;  system of- taxation -whereby they  tax a man.'.or firm on bis or" their  debts,' not on their * assets. The  McBride government should put up  on the great divide at the eastern  b*ouhdary of the ' province, and at  the Pacific coast forming the western boundary, the motto:���������"To  , liim that hath shall be given; from  hiui that hath' not shall be taken  even that which he hath." That is'  Tory policy the world over. Fleece  the poor for the benefit of the rich.  Some of Mr. Borden's friends  say the Tory leader has abandoned  his scheme.of taking over the Lake  Superior section of the C. P. li. for  his proposed government railway  as proposed by, him in 1903. lie  admits he has been jumping "jim  crow," over half-a-dozen railway  policies of late, but Mr. Clancy, Mr.  Borden's close "friend and counsellor, says: " Some hon. gentlemen  -have said that the hon.-the leader  of the' opposition has abandoned  the scheme he proposed last year.  -Ichallenge hon.gentlemen to point  out one single instance where -he  has in substance departed in the  slightest degree from the proposal  which he made to this .House last  vear."  KKSULTS.,  A favoiile mode of dea  tin;1 finances of tho dominion by  opposition speakers is by'pointing  to Ihe fact that instead of retrench  incut 'thu oxpi'iidituri! is now  greater than it was in 1SU0. In  making this statement they omit"  altogether losay that tho'expansion  of every avenue of trade has boon  and'is PUCh that a b������ r|',cr amount  than formerly,is miuivod lo carry  out   the" busi'ness  of   each  depart  m'o'nt.   .   P;,    "   ' - V-    .  A merchant, cannot   be oxpeclet  to conduct a* hu.-incss of .11100,000,  lien  yeaiyfor llio same outlay-as'vv  lu's Inisinoss vvas only $25,000; noi.  nan-a fanner cmllivato 500 acies of  land jo r the .same that it cost.to  f.u m 100. acres, but tlie increased  business docs not entail as high a  per eeiitiigt'of cost as (he sninllei  one did. . " ���������  So it is with the government. The  business of the country has increas  ed so enormously that it lakes more  money to carry it on, but the per  cenliige of cost" n'ow'to what it was  before 1S96 is ' very imtclr loitui.  This is the'true business principle,  and the one ,which has been the  means of the great progress Canada  has made during recent years.  Instead of annual deficits we  have now .surpUisesjinslead of adding to Ihe national debt we are now  yearly reducing il,and at llie same  lime every branch of industry is in  a healthy .condition and looking  hopefully forward for yet, gj cater  and'more beneficent results. ,  Tho opening up-of millions *of  acres ' by the 0'. T. I'. -Railway  with its boundless stores of mineral,  timber and ^agricultural lands, together with tho nionoysiiccessarily  put into circulation in'conslruction  work", will give an impetus to trade  which' will .last for years', ' ���������'- = -'-  B. C. will largely share.  in which  THEN AXD NOW.     '  Since  our  Tory, friends"   arc  so  anxious to recall   the past just let  us compare the condition of Revelstoke under Tory and Grit rule. Jn  1S9G this city   via?   "'on the bum."  The'district  had n?   il= representative one J. A. Mara, a redhot Tory,  who believed  strongly  in the Torv  policy of  helping out  the   famih  first and his constituents aftei ward.  A. S. Farwell owned the main portion  of    the    town.-ite.   and   Mara  wanted to get what   he could ,of it  =o he held up tlie title.-", and injured  the  city   so   much   that   investors  fought  .-by   of   it.    The -Liberals  came anil   Mara was   placed where  he belonged, the   question   of tithv-  wiis cleared up, Revelstoke took on  fresh life and has been going ahead  to such an extent ever since that it  is regarded one of the best towns in  the province.     ReveNtoke will stay  with   the   party   that   rescued   the  city   from   the   lory   grafters   and  place it in the position  it was-  tined by nature to occupy,  party is the Liberal parly.  dorf-  Tbal  A MINISTERIAL I'UPPET.  Hon. It. F. Green is doing his  best to introduce low blackguardism  into British Columbia politics. At  Victoria he said:���������  " It is very easy to he a Liberal  today, because the Liberals have  the loaves and the fishes. And all  the people of ho account, politically  are to be found in the.camp of  plenty. But I think there are  enough thoughtful people.inCanada I  to turn the rascals out." I  THE G. T. P. RAILWAY  A great deal of misapprehension  exists in reference to (he transcon-  conlinentaI railway contract, both  with Liberals and Conservatives.  Air. Borden and other'Conservative speakeis are persistently misrepresenting the terms of the con-,  tract, aiid making statements which  have no foundation in fact in order  to''bring it and'tho Government  into disrepute.  No one who reads the' contract  will be led astrav by such tactics,  but theie are a large number of  electors who have little time, even  had they the inclination, to study  it out for themselves. From Borden  down to the most insignificant  Tory sheet it is asserted and reiterated that we are virtually making  a present of tho railway to the G.  T. P., that the country is paying  nine-tenths of the cost of construction and then practically giving it  away.  1 That this is a perversion of facts  must'be known by all who take the  trouble to inquire. We have no  space to enter into an elaborate discussion of the merits or demerits of  the question, but in order that none  may be led aviuy by the oft lepe,tied travesty they make on tho contract wc would simply siy that,  viewed in all its bearing-, it i" a  bu.-ine.-s pJopo-ition which wiil  stand discussion, and llie betd-r it  i.- under.-toot! ihe mon,' ciedit will  accrue to the government winch initiated it.  From Moncton lo Wirmip'-if the  government build- Ihe road and  own.- it for .-iii time. The company  operate- it, paving nothing for the  (ir-t seven year.-, and afterward- ���������'!  per cent, on the co������l. The (I. T. I',  builds the vve.-tern section lo the  coa.-t without one dollar of bonii'-  cilhcr in money or in land from  the govern incut. Il is true that the  government guarantee? the borid'-  to a certain amount, but they are  amply secured so that, no lo-- In  them is possible, while it, cnabie--  tbecompany to borrow the necessary  fund- at a lower rate of interest  than I hey would olbervvi-e have to  pay.    To crown all the government  "i  A MIS-HTATEMEiNT.'  It is generally,conceded to be,a  siyn of defeai, or at least the, pre;  cm soi- of il, when a public speaker  loses conliol of his temper and in-  dub'cs in ill natured remarks. Mr.  Borden is usual ly i. mild-mannered  gentleman and seldom lets his feel-'  mgs run���������aw'iiy wiLb his judgement,  but he made a bad break when he  stated thai the policy of the Laurier  government tended to make' a  hirger' United Stales, instead of  building up Canada. ' Sueli.a,statement, so utterly devoid of truth, is  not, calculated to raise Mr. Borden  in the estimation of right thinking  men who love truth and, fair play,  no matter whence it comes..,ln this1  'particular instance the opposite1 is  what everybody in Canada knows  to be according lo fact. Had he,  said that the gross mismanagement,  of the Conservative parly when in'  power had the effect of making  a larger United ���������States he wotihi  havo beenainply justified incomii-g  to that conclusion. '   ������������������  What aie the fads patent in  everyone but tlie most illiterali ?  Il is'aeknowleilged by ihe (Jonsei-  vativos themselves that in the long  years while they weio in power  Canada was in such a depresstd  financial" condition ^ through',the.r  iniioinpotoiiii iHiuiiiyiiiiiiuii nf public;  ul'lairs thai thousands of the best,of  our young men had lo seek avenues  for their ambition in the neighbo1-  ing Union; where, with the enei>..  and thrift for which ihcy are'di--  linjiuishcd, ninny of them bcca'ii'n;  wealthy and inlluential citizen-,  'making our loss %a gam to^ibi-  Aineiicans.  To tallc siicsli arrant'nonesensc v>s  Mr. Borden is reported' lo' have  done indicates that hois Jiving in  Doubling Ca'slle, with Giant" IX--  pair foi a close neighbor, his evident  pur pose" being to divert public  attention fr.oin the real issues at  stake,and cicalo a feeling of antagonism among the difiercnt creeds  and nationalilie������ :.;.our countiy.  Does net" Mr. Borden know, as  every one else does, that.the policy  of the Laurier administration -has  boon successful in drawing .from  the United States large numbers'nf  her sons and daughters, our own  flesh and blood, who were expaln *  a led through the feeble and misguided administration ,of the1 Conservative party while they held the  reins of governnient, but wild aie  n'ow Hocking back to the 'land  which gave them-birlh? . Instead tit  the doleful'cry of expatriation ro  prevalent' \when Laurier took ollice  in' 18'J6,,lherCiib now the jubilant  note'oi"repatriation oi thousands of  families coming back to the Dominion which they never ceased 'lo  love, and establishing themselves  on the boundless plainsof Manitoba  and the N. W. T., while' some -of  them are Uncling homes in' B. C,  the banner'province of the Dominion. . ' *���������  When the opposition leader again  feels impelled 'to mention the  United States, or attempts to draw  inferences on the effects of legislative measures on tho people, he  would do' well to study Canadian  history for the past 25 year.-. If he  does so with a single eye to obtaining accurate information be will be  so overwhelmed with the contrast  presented today with that of his  political friends up to the time they  were relegated to the cold shades" of  opposition, that he will he-iiate lo  discuss the matter before an intelligent audience.. In the days of Conservative rule there wa.-; depression  among all classe-. Now there is  abundance of'vvork with good wages  for the laboring man and the  mechanic, enabling iheni io have  all the necessaries and many of ihe  luxuries of hie. Farmer.- and  business men in all departments of  industry are doing well and are  satisfied with the large rrleasure of  prosperity they enjoy, and they  are in no mood tochangca government who������e policy has contributed  .-i) much lo bniiir ,iboui .mil n-iaiii  ucb a desiiable -lad; ol Mimas.  Oplirm-ni and   not "j i���������iim-m i^  ,  'Music Lovers Unite.  Musically educated and refined  people unite in praising the New  Scile WiUiunis Piano for beauty of  coii'slructioii' and' artistic excellence.  Us tonal mid singing qualities are  .unexcelled.        ��������� , '  Lewis Bros.,Sole Local Agents..!  On ex-premier Oieenway ' being  Humiliated for' Lisgur. Donald,,,the  conservative,nominee, willi'drcw. ,  Laurier, Sifton, , and? Pivc " Years  Mine of Prosperity" is the cry of the  I'i.iii ie Liberals' * anil the^ indications  aie that it will meet, with ready  iespouse from the electorate."  SELKIRK   LODGE, NO. 12. I. O. O. F.  Jvli'clc !��������� very Tuetduj  owiiiim- in Sulklrli  Hull it 8 o'clock.  Vi-.llii.������������������ hiollii'un cor.  dlnll.v nvllcd lo ul-  tun.I.  I    VI ATI! IIC. Sta  ll   Cl. OOl/Cill,  N.<>.  <m.tenny Lortiyr No. 15A   F,&A.M.  'I'll Kiilui'   ini'i't-  iii.;- hu held in tl.u  Vl.i-i.nlu "Templo,  11.Ill I'. Iloivo Hull, cm  lii. iliiulMotuliiylu  ��������� K.J. month at. S  I,,ii, VMI Inglu-al It'll h imlitilly will-  t oin. >.  I'llOCUN'IKU, -ii:ear.TAiiv.  Halcyon Hoi Springs  ^fanitaru:m.  llllH'MlfiDlCAL WAT.-"US of, ll.il-  1 I  <   i'Viiii ate'lhe ntii-l ft" "live in l-ho  ui lib'. A pi'i'li'cl, n.iliii-i' ictiii'ily1 I'm  II   Neivinis   und   ftlu-t-u'ir   tli-eiisi"!,  I.i vi- -, ICidni'V- and  Hi.nn  '-h .ailments  mil   Metallic" I'l.isnnini;. ". A suit- cure  Im    -That   Tired   l<Vi-li..ir."     Special  inli". (in -all   lionl'.   anil   ' rani's.    Tw'fi  mulls   at rive  and  dcpii'i i   every   day.  IVIetfraph * c-ominuhii-ali"ti    vvith    all  im I-, ol the   world.    An   experienced  ,.i'i,i���������lintel',      ' ' ' '  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrotv LaKc. Ti. C.        <    i  ���������TBT  THE OWL ���������X  i^l, of Alol-ons J Link       -"'    ItoveKtoko.,  ��������� \ vditr meals.  .Open d-iv and iiiRlit.  .lis i")C .uul upward.    Special weekly  I--..    Goiid service f.'iiiii.inlt'1'd.     i  YODOFU.TII,  PinprieUii.  Wm. Fleniirig',  Wlidlcule iiiul Ki't.iil"'  Meat ^Merchant. ���������  Fish- aiicl^. Game   in    Season  ' First-St.', Revelstoke. -  Trademarks  Copyrights  PATENTS ?n7cdi  "       '        obtained iii all countries.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mccliiiiuc.il Allorncj iimljftiginucr.  Room .1, fait Meld Block, Uninville fel., neat- P.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  .v. |io-=tc.-ird w ill secure an cvciiint' appoinl  men;   for tho-c who cinnot c.ill riurltiK the d.ij  F.  Having been appointed agent  Rcvelhtuke for 'I'll li  for  Pacific Coal Company, of Banff  is now in a position to supply  the clorninant key ol the nili-lli  and     liberty - loving    eleclor.-  Ganafla.  anil we   feel assured  in   the  election   next   montl  will    iinini-it.ikeahly '-a y    by  ballots tlitit '..be laberal  has vvell-oai neil'a  furl lier lea  power, and   will   record   tle-ir  for I be candid,He   pledged   lo  ' Ad the following prices -   ,  Lump Coal $10.50 per ton  bgg  Stove  Nut  $10,50  $10.50  $9.00  a  ^1'iit  of I  thai j  Hif\ I  their '  ji<^'-riimciil  vol-  -ii|i-  re-erven the power to regulate boll  pa'-.'-enger and freight rate?, and we  may rest '-ati.-licd Ibat tbi^ will be  done in the intercit of the countrv  :it large.  J>et not the c-Icctoi bo hood win Iced by de-igning pohticinri;- who, to  gain a vo.c, will f-Lopal nothing  calculated toadvance their polilical  intcre&Ls. Thu opening up of ntioli  a vast new territory in of immcn.so  importance to Canada, and Iiritiwlr  Columbia will reap the lion's .share  of the pm-pority wliicb will follow  a,s a natural consequence. I  port Sir Wilfred Laurier. a U'lvcrn-i  merit which tan not onlv point to I  an iinexarrijili-d biigln, record in the I  pa-t Initio a s-(i|l more -iplcmlid j  pi'o'-l eel in the future. j  Lr-t every volcr who wi-bes a fiiilj  titli; of  prosperity fliiring  the corn-.  ing five  year.-i   record   ln,-i vote   for  the Liberal   candidate and   lie wilt |  have    the   proud   con,-cioii-nc---i   of  having   performed   ,t   -acreri   duiv  wliicb he   owr-<  lo   liirrr-r-lr" and   to  the Dominion at large.  .\- llir- c-kiI i1- -mokple-- mid particularly clem, and i������ more clliuicnl  than any nf the w,ft coula on the  niaikct, it will li" found favorable fuel  fm all domestic purpose^, including  .iimico-i. ,-tnvt'- and kitchen ranges.  I'.ii' thosi rcipinmg -team coal the  I'M and lui'-kwhrat si/o tv-ill he found  - it i-fartory and ec mimical 1'iicfjs  i' ill t." ipiot'-d ������-n tln!"e small ������i/.e.s on  .tjiplir-.-ition  Oiili'l- id't at ih<- oll'n "��������� of tin   Kevi 1  -fnkc !n-ur.nice Co. Ltd.   will   teeeivi  i jnt������111j11 ai ti utloii  V. Mi-CAi:TV,L'oa) .M'-rclnml,  itevi i-rfike, H. t;  USE'^���������z@^>  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in the World  Mail us IS Royal (Jroun .Snap  Wrappers, mid in return we  will mail 11 lie.uitil'nl I'icttne'  st/e 10x20; or for 25 WmppeiH  your choice of over 100 liookn.  Drop us n post nurd asking  for a catalogue of piciiiitin.H  ��������� to ho had Kit UK for Royal  Grown Soap, Wrappers.  Address  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. Limited.  -���������������������������j.'  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  I Royal Mall Lines.  |     Ghoapost Route to the Old Country.  , ALLAN I,INK   Krotn Monin.il.  I '.iriM in               ....                      .A iik. Ill  I iiiimi ui         .    . Aii^ 'if,  fun i m .      ...  -ii f,t   i  JiOMINIO.V I,rNK-."roiri Mm,iru,l.  I\(-ii<iiih'I'>ii .       Auk   11  IiriiMitnon . .  .       .       ,  Auk ^'  Vriiifinvcr ������������������        .. ViW /7  f'un.ifl.i .    .. hi pi   ,|  CA.V fAf. ATf/A.VTfC.-!. H.-Krom .Mi.nln d  l,al,-.'('h,Mn|.l,iiii                 . .. .    A us;. I'i  Ijiltr Km                                      . u, p|, |  l,nki M irnlolit       .H<|il.l  A.VllOllffA.N' LINK    l--Kiiii ,Vfw Yrnk. I  -<l    Liillti .       , , ,Viu;   1!(|  Ni-vv Viulf           . ,\nx. il  Will I'K STAR I.IN'I-;    Kiuiii N". w Vni-k.  %' "I"                 ��������� A iik 17    Aiu HI  .. ..vii������ ,11  CIUN'AIII) MNK-Krom N'cvv York,  Mil una   . .    . A iik 2"  uiKiim.i   ... . a in,'   '7  Ullllll-ill .  ., ;;..., ..;....Sc-|il. ,'i  I'iLssciiiURrH Llcl������il.(������l I.Iii-oiikIi to all partH of  Ui-unl, Ili'ltiiin and Ireland, ami tit H|iocliilly lew  ral.(������ to nil'Tiai-tH of l.liu. Ktn-o|iuaii cuiiMncnt.  A pply to imai-o.it railway or n(,oiuiiHlii|iiiKOiii or  T.  W. BEADSHAW, Agont.  Kovolstoko  W. P, F CUMMINOS,   Paoino   Affont  ()(( -lllll  'IV'lltOIIIC  .PJlOOLA^IATrO^N.  Electoral District of Kootenay To Wit:  PUbMiJC .NOTJCK IB ' ilHKKMY  givcii to Ulcctors'of the Ulectoral  Difeli-ict, aforesaid, that in obedience to  His Mnjpsty's'Wi-it to mo directed and  beniing date the 2l)th day of September,  JA. D.'JOOl, 1 leqiiiro the presence of  ihe electors at the COUKT.. flOUSH  in' the CITY OK Jv'KLSON in hiiid  district onc the FIRST DAY of the  month of i\OVE]\ll?KR, A.-J). l'JOl,  from noon until tvvo'of the clock in the  iiftci'iioon, for'Xlio piupopo of nohiintit-  ini; a person to represent them in the  "llbUSE OK COMMONS of CANADA;  and that in cafco ii poll is demanded  und iillovvcd'in the manner by law prescribed,' such poll v'vill be opened,on  the 22nd day of November, A U., l'.JOl  from the hour of Nine in thef;i'enoon  until Kive'of the clock in the afternoon in each, (if the following polling  divisions, that ih to bay:  No.  ' 1.  2.  il!  ���������I.  5.  <;.  '7.'  8.  !).  10.  11.  12.  K5.  r\'l.:  15.  ' 17.'  18;  ���������15).  20.'  21.'  22.  2:1!  2-1.  25:  2(5.'  27.  28.  ' 2i).  30,  '.11.  32.  33,  :m>  35.  30,,  37.  38.  39.  40.  '41.  42.  ' 43.'  44.'  4.5.~  4G.'  47.  48.  49.  Ros-lnnd.'   ���������  Russia nd.  Ho.s������liiu(l. , ���������  Rosslitnd.        ,/  Ros.sliind.  Nelson,  'Nclhon.   '  Nelson..''  Nelson. :\  ��������� Nelson.  Trail.' f,   .  'Ti-ail'.'  Revelstoke.' ��������� ��������� ,  ^ Revelstoke." i  Kaslo.     .  ICaslo.    ,   -   '   *  Ciaiiliioolc.  '  Cianbiook.       r  Ct.in brook.   ���������  Kcrnic.  Kcrnic. .  Kcrnic.  China Crcclr:  Castlcgar.l   '  ' Fire Vulloy -'"'���������  Doe'f l'lii'k'.   ' '  " Burton City.. ^  N.ikus]). '  St. Leon.  Affovvhead. . '  Denton.  ���������        ��������� f  ' Contaplix,   '*  Camborne.  Wigwam.  Clnnvvillitim.   -  , ]llecillcwtiet.  Albert Canyon.  Glitcicr. -  ' Rogers Pass.    '  JJeavcrmouth.  Donald.        -.  Goldpn.  Ptilliser.      ",  Field.        ' '   ,c  Hog Ranchc.  'Ciiibonate.  Spiillimncliceu.  Galena.  J3riscoc.  J. Giiy Barber  JtW  OmeylONDS  < and a  complete' line  '" ��������� of the  GENUINE  Rogers Bros:'  ��������� Knives, Porks,  Spoons, etc.  U)vs'ci'iefully (.���������viniiiiied mid  l>io|.i-ily filled to llie best grade  oi Kinases '    -" '  St. ANfS ' CONVENT  ' '��������� "   KAMLOOPS, B. C   ,  I IKALiTIlY Lii'jiition, Moilurn Ciiiivoinoiii-Oi,  II All Poimrlinuiiti. Siiucitd cmiisus ,tn  Music, French, Plain and Knncv Noodlowoil."  iindoi coinpotont instriiclors.' 'J'lio nun is to  cultivate lioili iiiinil and li().iil,auvol<ipii wiiindi  liody, ami lltllio stiidonCfoi tlio vvoiiiimly ilultus  (if IllO. '|| , ' ,  -liinsiiudor 12 jours or.-ino nro locuivod in (lay ,  Ijnpil-..  J-'oi- imrticiilnis nddiubs:  i .'  SISTI3R  SUI'UHIOK, Kainlooi's.  C. J. Wilkes  '    -MACHINIST &  ������������������  BLACKSMITH 4 _ :  (Sitcussors to \V. A. Smith & Co,)  iiriOAnQUARTHRS KOR    v    '  ,  Bread &   -  Cakes:     /  "   -     ���������   OK  ALb   IskN'DS  ,- Full supply- of fresh -  groceries just '.  ��������� opening up  .I'rcimpt tittcntioii;given to all ciders.  ' l j [Succosisor to Dr. (Jurry..     ,4     .(  ' i   Dentist    -  Gold, Crown and. Bridge  Work a Speciality!  ' ���������'"      '  S-   c_i_> ' '      '    '  Dental" Parlors over "Bew's  *   Drug Store, ���������' \ .'��������� '  MACKENZIE AVE.  ','   ' 50... Wilmer.     . . -     -  " t   51.   ^thclmcr.   '  " '   52.    Windermere.  " ,   53.    Wancta.      '   ',,  "    ,54.    Eric. '  "     55.    Salmo.  "     5(5.   Ymir. ���������     ,  "     57.    Ymir Mill.  "     58.    Queen JMinc.  "     59.   Arlington Mine.  "     GO.    yccond Itelicf Mine,  "  .  01.    Velvet Mine,  "���������   G2.   Patterson.  "     63.    yioc.m Junction.  " ,  6-1.    Winlnw.  "     65.    Slocan City.  "     (50.   Entetprisc Lunditig.  "     67.   Silveitoii.  "     68.   New Denver.  "     69.    Rosebcrry.  "     70.   Three Forks.  "      71.    S.tiidon.  "     72.    McGuigiin.  "     73.    Whitctvater. '   ,  "     74.    Litiilo.  ,"     75.    Poplar.  "   , 7G. . Trout Luke City,  "     77. ' Ferguson.  "     78.   Ainswoi'th. '���������   , ���������  "     79.    Pilot Pay.  "    "SO.    Granite.  "     SJ.   Ath.ibaskaM.ino.  "     S2.    Knit view.  "     83.    Willow Poitit.  "     84.    1'ioctor.  "     85.    Sirdar.  " -   86. . Ivitchener.  "     87.    Crcston.'  "     88.    IWoyic City.-  "     89.    Kimbcrley.  "     90.    h'ort Steele.  '���������-    91.    Koit Steele Junction  "     92.    Ryan. '  "      93.    ."Mai-ysvillc.  "      94.    Mioti.v.  '���������      95.    Catritthci's'Mill.  "      96.    Wanlticr.  "     97.    Hull liivei.  "      98.    Kerry Creek (Old Town.)  99.    Watt-thing.  "    100.    Wns.1.  "    101.    Gatewav.  "    102.    Rvkeitn.  '     103.    .lall'r.iy.  '     101.     Klko.  105.    Mordancy Alines.  '    106.    Cariiiiiiitdo,  * 107.    Monisscy.  '    108.    (JimI Cic-ek.  ��������� 109.    Spaiwniid.  '    110.    Michel.  1    III.    The booji.  ,    112.    Orovv'.H.Ncil.  '    113.    Molly flilison banding.  '    111.    (iitlemi liay  (Dickiii.son's  Cnit)|i)  115     .McCtilloeh   Cicek  (llig  Mend)  1)6.    Revelstoke   Lumber  0oV Ciiuip (Itig licnd)  117     Klkinoutli.  I       "    118.    .Sinclair  I       "    119     Kniriiiont  "    120.    Thimdci Hill  And further, that on the 5tb  day of  hcci-irihur,  A. I).   190-1,   at   the   Couit  llotiie,   in   the City of Xelnon, at the  I tot 11 of I I o'clock  in   the   forenoon, I  shall open ihe ballot boxes,add up the  voles iriven foi the hevcr.il   candidates  mid telinn as  elected   the one having  the-majority, of the votes.  Given under my hand, at the City  rf Rowland, this 8th day of October,  A. J J. 1.90-.L  JOHN 130ULTBE13,  y   '���������'iieturum'g Otlicerv    I  WOOD YARD  '~~l buy'e's-tarted fa permanent Wood  Yard on Thitd street."-With my past  experience I-hope to "he in a, jiosition  to satisfy till requirements of custom,  prs. Mill and cord wood supplied in  any lengths at reduced prices for ensh-  '   , B. SAMSON.  All Kinds of Jobbing,Work Done.  Sewing Machines and Rioycles Cleaned  und  Repaired.  ICcvs lifted on llio"Shortest Notice.  ���������    i i i '    >  Opposite.  Salvation Army,  F!RST< ST.-  Licensed Auctioneer  for''City,  "of .Revelstoke.     .        '-,���������"'  '; '  J.  .SAMSON     '  Painter, 'Paporliangcr, Sign writer-  K-ALS()Mli\'liN(lY DOiN'IO. ./,.,.  'Oidcts I'l-cMive |iiinii|il  ,-illi-nli   yeeoml sin������������������'���������I..     ',-'��������� -IMiVKLHTOKK  An- A-iTitAiii'ivnHio.N.is a Husim.ss I'ltoDi.ciaf  THOBNTON &.ECCLES  ,        Painters, PapophanPTors     r,  ' ' ' and Sig-n Writers-   -    "  '  ISbtimnLos'iiivoii foi nil l."imls or limiso imitHliiK.  OrdQ������ Toi P.iiioiliiiiiniiiK mid Iv.ilsoiiuiiiiiK will  <       i     , rccoivo tiKimiit iiltontioii. (      ,  LETTERING & GOLD  LEAP  WORK  A' SPECIALITY.-  ADDIIISSS : l������. O. IIOX 232, or  SECOND ST.,' Behind'C. \\ R."Shops.  -   OrdotM loft at J. W. liniiiiott's will bo   'n.  ' pionilitly iittondocl l().  W. A. McDonald  PLA.STRRK11 'Ai., UIIICKJ AYEK1; .  \ BHVKLSTOKE       '      ' '  The only fii-st'-clatas-phistcror.in town.  Let nic know your .requirements.   A.  Carload of Lime ju.s!t imported.  A Ctifj  .-,   load of ISiick under order.  To Trappers :  Raw'Furs Bought  - V'Gash' Prices Paid  F.    B.    WELLS,  Exporter of Furs.  '  i j  ',,01  ORIENTAL HOTEL  \j s t  ably furnished with the choicest the market '  affords!     Best  Wines, -Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $ i a day.    Monthly rate.     ��������� ���������   '  vT.   ^LBESiT   ��������� STOITE,    PROP.  |  British Golumbia Illustrated  COiNTAINING 160 VIEWS    . - '  lllustf.itintr the Uoundlcss Ilesouiccs of . '  The Richest Province In the British Empire  Jts coal, oil and timber;  its fisheries on'sen, lake and river; itt>  mineiitl and agricultural  resomccs;  its cities and   towns;  its river, L  lake unci   mountain scenery, especially illustrating its great mining  development, with views of nil the principal mines, mills, smelters, etc  Sent Popt-free on Receipt of Price, $1.00 and $1.50  Address, JAMES LAWLER,  Rossland. B. C.  The laigcst advertiser in and for .British Columbia.  I3JCHT BUY IN  G KEATEST    GOI.O  R  (J.,   CANADA,   AT  Dipcoveuy ok Tiir, ,Acii:   .  -    \'\ CENTS  IS   IN    IJ.   0.         .      -  rTV  H3 EIC3- ^OTJE  Consolidated Gold Mines, Limited.  Capitul $()2r),000, of  which 3o per cent in shares i.s now in our  Ttensur.y.    Slinrcs fully paid .'ihrl non-asseastible.  iWiiu-s (liri'clly west of the be  1 tui and LiKoiNo.2- Wat IC.-irIc  and Onlri'Sliip, I'oiirof Ihe l.-u-f,'-  c������t f?(il(l-copper mines in the  win Id, all of which I lave paid  huge dividends. ,  iM .Sinni' identical ore and veins  now in t-i<rhl on the I3IO FOUR.  Lat^e on" hodies.  Assays liom $5 lo !j!S00 in  gold, copper, silver, ele. Vety  t icli display in now on exhibition  in llie cily ote exhihit. causing  wide comineiit.  We h.ive nearly ivvo miles ol  railway on I5ig Four property  vvilh water atul (iiiihei inaliund-  atiei'. , j  Kossland oi-u hhipinenls lor  1WI '.M),W() tons. Shipped for  l!X).'i, alioiil 110,000 tons. Total  value of Ko.ssl.ind ores mined,  827.1X10.000.  Please Note Price at  15 cents share  FOR ONE MONTH.  Hos..sliiiid'n I.itgecne hodies are  a great, success vvilh llie concen-  M-.ttinu sysleni of ore reduction.  $:i.(H)orc now pays In mine as  now proved by the latesl reports  and dividends.  No lefas (ban 100 shares sold.  Shares can ho had on instalment  plan, payments monthly; twenty  percent cash, tial-ince within a  year.  Company have no debts or liabilities and a full i'otce of men  now working.  References���������The IJon- Mayor,  Gold Commissioner, Postmaster,  or any bank or business man in  'the cily.  Tlicro h ii lido in tlio ,-ill.iirs (if men  Which, l.ikon .il tho Hood.  Iu.uk on  lo  fortune:  Omitted, all tlio voyiiKC of tlioir liio  Is bound hi -hallow-, mid in iin-orio-9.  All J .iinotiiit less .slum J 1(1(1 .scud bj post-  office or express miine.v order, (tier tills  .iiniiuiit. li> haul, draft to Sccret.irj  Big- Four Consolidated  Gold Mines, Limited,  Rossland, B. C, Canada.  Order blanks arid our most t-ompi-eliensivv and '.complete Illustrated Prospectus showing all Rossland mines and giving valuable  infoitiiation,with Maps and Reports from Mining Engineeis, sent  only to investors or those desiring to invest.       ,   - I    '      '   '  IN  XC-������'        i        '  ��������� TIIE KOOTENAY MAIL.  1   1  j.iuud  J      r  1   ������  r ,  1  l            r      -  dec.  ,.  ti J  LIBERAL  stalwarts:  .Men1 Who Stand High in tne  Estimation of Their Fei- ,  , r   low Electors.  i The Liberal'pai ty bus cause to be  proud of the, men who aie entrusted  with the administration of its' iifVuirs  in Yale and Kootenay. i  ���������' ' r     AT-iibsSI-ANi)       .        ( ,  ,������ the party has a host in It W.  Gtigor,  * the esteemed presidenfof  tho Liberal  Associatio'n^nnd who is 'unspniing in  his'cliorts'to carry llie, Libei.il banner  " 'once mote to a gloiious victory. y'Mr.  of activo wot-kcis "who are lending  their hearty co iipci.itiou, iMt.'Rfihs  should ,,bCOie a Mug victoiy for Liberalism.in Yiilo-Qluiboo "��������� i  Liberals  as  "In 1896.  Speaking at fjord a, few days ago,  Sit Willied Liiiuiei said the view taken  by his governnient ol tho tuilV ,was  that ovci-y seven oi ton years the  customs schedule should benevised,  and thitjusl after coming in to'power  they had appointed n coniniissiotV\of  inquiry ami the Fielding TniilV vvvas  tho result,' so" now they piopose to  mnkc n similai",iii(|iiiiy und joiuljnst  the scli'ednje'1 in * iicco'rdatice with t be  information oblniiied., i '     i ,  Clubbing, Rates.  You 1,it,/i bib   V, illl   llwcKiKUIWA^  AI.V1L   [furl, Yirl"-U|   IJnliV T"*'' ""  low till Dee, :;u\, ,vm;>, i������.i f;-v>ri, ��������� ���������  'tin ihe \V.vek|> 'i'hih'-mikI Koon:?.AY  Mail, intltuli'iiu; th.- -pei i.d iittljtl.iv  edti'on, lot Wim    >il(bet-     ( >'  ir     "     KftlTHNAY JHll.,    r    '*-  Keve'lstdl .������������������ B. 0.T"   ���������*.-������ -\-y  (>R. \V.C;KIG0ll���������,  ,  _- ^  Prosiclont llosjslaiuf Liberal Association. ,  '���������> Grigoi" hits *"a 'high 'opinion of the  Services "which Mr f (G.ilbhor r lias  tendered'his constituency, and is giv-  tfiig~hinrioy.il. suppoitr" V/"*"1", (>ri </, ~~  '   'V,v       , AT,!Ki:vi:i.sroKK(  lA.ld.   Abrithtuiison, is president ot the  ������" Association\and is a bind worker in  the great cause. 'Mi.^Abfahanison is  one of the pioneers of ��������� Kevelstoke and  has /watched ^closely ithe    adminis-  ' tration of both pintles Ho appreciates the work done by Uie Liberal  i party and is convinced that piuty is  the party* to retain in-povver in the  best'interests of the country.   "  'Pro*iiloiil''Siiiiiiiiorl.iiiil Liboi.il Association.  The veiy gteat expansion' pf^ttadc"  which'followcirtho opoiatioh of the,  Fielding Tin ill.,, ought tor ancK'does,  cieitto1 eveiywhcic, except, "in- the  minds of Tones out of ollicc, a feeling  ct certainty thnfcitho lcvision, when it  tonics, will'be m the interest ot the  general business of tlie countiy..1    ' '"  -    r"> ..POLITICAL-       _. ,  C? II. Macintosh",   the Tory   candidate, ian acioss a  ptotty  stiong Giit  lyOTrUiC/lS jIICIIKBS' VLVLV'lhnr .Uin. >  iN dajs attu date I ml owl In Al'j>;5" to tin  Clnpf ( omiiiH-i(i������4-! of Laud- iitvl \\ oiks toi a  MX,oJil Itcen-r to cut (ind ���������>.!in nuiiv i tini'ii-'  fiom tho lollowltit,' lie-untied ianils in tl.y  ICooUnaj DisUict ��������� ,'  ' i   }sruiiilici Out. '     '  CiiiiliiM-nciiiK at po-,t iniuktil "J.T. l'-cnlon s  & VV. eoitu't post," 1'iid iilnnUil tv\o,iiiili-s ta~t  fi om a point on tlir ciijX btip^- of llie t oliimbi-i  livu, aootitdnu and a halt miles nl.itve nioutli  or Cimoc liver, tliciiOnui tli I'J limine llienee  insl ]f.O olinin-, tlieiue snutli 10 cluiiiif', thunoc  west JOOBJiaiiis to pliKt-fif (.(imiiiaiicuiieiu.  rUritect i*Tent. 21,11)11  '/'  /      l N"iiiii)lcr T-ui"  ,(-iiiiiinciicniGt,ia it pint. nWi-Kcd "J.,1. 1'en-  Ion'- No 1 ciii-not- nosl/'iiUrtted t-vvo niilt-seiust  Hum a. point on the rk-l lnnk"ol Me l oluinbiiv  liver, nil Alt one mid lv liidr miler. Above the  inmtlli of Cnlioe iiviu. tlii'iKt mulli lOcliins.  Iheiilui'iisl l(ii)c.lui.iii-. llii'ticenoilli J!1 o!jniii\  Ihn.io vvoatlllll Umiiisio pI.kh' of/coiiiiuoncc-  '^ba&pu'Ji.uflo.,^,,;-',,^^,;,,.  MOl'K'K i-S JflCllHliV tllvi.N Hi it -'Hi iiiii;  1N- .iftc'd.Ui' 1 inti ml to uiiJJtJ-rlo llio I lili't  COIIll.ll.s'oiK'l      Of   JjlllCls    '.l|l('     W(lll>s   III      11  special li.ciiM   tii iiii iipil urn j uu ii i niRi  fldlll l!i'i,4 riillmvfli),, il(i-llil|iit llill(is i'l t((ic  IC ii ten 1} iIi-Iir-i    t . '���������  "   t '     NiiiiiIh I'Ot c.    ���������  t'Ollllll()IICIIUIli.l>.l |IOsl    IllHll.ld    "l./AV.    'SlK,  f.iilniii'. i-i, VV. ciiiiira-pi'i-t, pliiiud HI (iinins  .���������.niilll ol I, T, IVnloli's S W ciitili'i, lr'.sl.  HioiHCi.vM'���������tl,ii(li,itii-, tlii'iiceniilrli IDcliUin-;  tliiinci ue t Hi" jiriiiiiH, ilioiiui- -miili lOunii s  10 liotiil pi UOIIlllK iiiinieut. <��������� i'  f r  _ j    !     .   Js'mntior 'Lvvo j .  Comniciie.iig" il   po-l iiii\i>Ki-d"J.x,V\., .due  fitiJui...,-. s.yiv    uitnii iio-u ^il.'iueil-llitliviiis   Ih, [fioiien lflnlinliisi.ii.st oi.. v\  Mii.tml'itt-  ���������mj 1 .--, Vv.euiiioi piist, lliiiiiLL eii-lilbi iliilin-,  thciiA' noi th Jit tliivins, tlnince wt!������l 100 r^lutiij-,  theni.(isiiii,li   la'Clntiiw lo plui.eoti.iaiiiiK.jn-i,-  -  - ' ^t    j    '  ^lih I'M!.i ''i   ������  --J   VV JIAWAHUAXK  iniiiil  llattd hopt  vrfmt'Ji i- Hricliv i-iTtn tlmt,.* dajsnrtoi  IN1 d.i'e, iiiiltdil lv> mi-lv I" tlio Honorable  tlio t'hlol ( oniimssiohiiMit L,iud|JI-,'iil v\orKt  lot a speetnl In i'i.s|, le i in .Hid u li 1} aw is tail-  lini rinm ili'V lntluvi.j<i,iit,(.in������ri)Kiil l.inds in tl'e  Iviiiituii.o   Disttiet.-. t 1  -*" , Niinlbci'One.. vJ .���������""''  * Commencing at a - po-t "nun Ki-d t-' *��������� <���������  CampioiiS N. vV. coi net- -pent," liiiinuil one mile  -,ontli fiom a post on tlie vve^t bivnk or the  Columbia Hivc-v, about live'tulles ttbo\<i������ tlm  moittli of Cnuoe1 Kivei, ,anil iimtltu J'-, k,  Kioiiioj'm v-". iK comor? post, ttlience ca-l. u|  -elimn-.'tlieuce south tO'elionis, Ihcnco v\csL!.-i  cliiuns, tbente iiotllii BO'Cbains to pluco of eoiii^  inoiicoment. '  "^ ������  ''    ' i,     "*      A  '  At ir- -" -Kuinbei Two ��������� ^ u- "  " CommoiioiiiB at A. CI. i iimpion -, No. 1 po-.t  as above described,and,tunning west SO tli.utis,  tboni.e -^otitli SU chains, then east SO cii nns,  IbciicoiioitUSOcli.i'iis to point ot< eomiiiencc-  inent ' 11 * ,  HMtcVSept  Mid, .0,11      Ag^Mrl0S.J  "\-UTK Kis lior<l.v riven Mint, ".i d \\* niter  i\ dap 1 ni'. ml to .ipplv l������ "t'i,"''" ' 10  ( lnof Cf.-iiiiu .imoi n| L'hkL ,'pnl vVml.1  fin a >txriiil licim-" to till ,iin'l ' iiirj avvnj  Midliei fidin tlio follovMHK dusi i il.nd I iiids.m  Kont'i .iv T) ^Lrar ��������� p ,    ,,,,,.',  t'oiiiinuiM utn' nl ,]iosl   iniiiti'd   .1   Jj Jlut .in  o.-nti ,P'I-I," pllltll'll .it  ���������',,   ,���������  VV . (.O  Uf-'l   P'IP-I    til' II   ('slllllll  Id  taittii imiuri i������i ibO vlmiiis. HieijM nmiii lo  fiiiitn I tin i.i (,v<s|, lull cliiuns lopinu iifiiiiii-  Illl'llKllll ni '  <,'!,t,/,^i^l,&������MA(TA.lUNK  '.lilt-   N    V\  .vim fiuiniie''-  t,httit   linn, i-  i.orobv  n'lvon Hint, 'M (lnvs nltei  tend toiipplv tolli" I'lnol  ('our  \1 otkjj: i,  I>    cliHei I intv. .���������.,.., ���������������������������-���������-       ,  mi-rJiiiiM V,r Lu.cl- mid Woik' riiriii.iicci.il  htcn-o tudif nude u rj invny tiniboi liom Un-  folluvvniK   di-<iibc-(l   l.mrfs   in   Iho  Ivooleiin.v  CimmtiKiivnt i I"'-! liiiuU'd ''A. It Mnc  finliliiuiiX. VV t '>i noi nnsl,' plnutiil oiieiind il  ��������� ' ���������'       ��������� ���������  fiom  A. U. O'liinplon'^Mi   '  HENRY'S .NURSERIES  SIHI'N'Vpstminsti'i   Road.  Il'lll    ItlllOS   VM'-,t       - , . ,,  lO.iu-t  po-t. ll.Liiec sottili idi' cIiiiuin theiit-c  easUIKlnilns, tlnnec noilli Hill chains, llii'iicu  wc.-l 4liclniliif. to tiliiii. or commencement.        <.  limed ,Supt Jtin, Hill.''     ' *���������,,���������,'..,.,  ,        AbLVSM (ISb .AlArKAIlLANL.  N'oi'JCi: is lioi"bs dl\ou jlmt,������Odii>surtor  dale, 1 intend to npi.lv to I he Honorable  tlic Hnef CoiniiiHsliniei ol Lands mm Works  Tor n sppciiil IteoiiRo to cut mid, ciirn nwii} tin-  bQrrromtlio'ircjJIiiwiiiB <lo-,6ribod limdi in tho  Kootomo district: - '     ',       '  '     i  , \    .\iinilierOiio' r ,  ' Cominenililitntii po-.t iu.iikcd "il'. Doiinelly't,  P. K ',(ii nei pn-l." pliinted 1(1 cliiuns not tli ripui  N.u'lct iiftk.^nnl one milt' "est oWiiltiiii'jiii  lilvi-i- in. ni') we-t It.i elmliis, llienee mulli J  t-iliuiir, llii-(i(i'(,ii-l lWleliiiins, llienee eolith 1(1  thai,is hi pl(iiy of ci'iiiincnc'iiieut.       ^ f  j*   '      '   /Jsiimbi'i-Two.'    ,        tf  (-oniiut'iieiiu' ut n port iniu ki-il "II. Doniii'll.v 's  X  K tot net pusi, thi n.-ii vvc������tlliOehiiiiii, I ii'iice  uiilh id i hnliis. tliuiiceoust IIRI clmiiK thciicn  liuilli I lilialn- lo pluco of eoiiiineiiciiiiieiil.   o  ,.,aa.S,,..J?il,,IIMI.|        ,rj7)f)NNBlj|lYp ,  , '   100,000, Bulbs  , ,  To iii rive soon'fiom Holland, France  "and .Japan. '(   ���������  i r      '  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees,!'  Rhododendrons, Ecses;  ,    'G-ieenhouse and Haidy flants, "  t foi  fall planting.       ' P  .      Homo GrcivMi'iuid Imported        i  i . . / A   '  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  always in stock in season.  >  T -   .       j '  ��������� t      FERTILIZERS.    '  heifer Bros., Furniture 'Department  , f   Victoria, , ,   - '" ,    '3.  C: "    -,  \Have you'ever experienced'the real comfort'of a MORRIS CHAIR?  ������    SIMPLY CONVfltUCTKD       KAfelLY ADJUSTED ' VERY SERVICEABLE   '  . M.^ j.u,   a������ , 1 ^    ' ->  'Upholsti'ied in  iDeniin $10.00  Tapestry       12 00  Veltnif ,..,   H-00,  Pai iOisoUj ,....'.. 10.00  Lp.tther 2.J.00  Morris Ohair= in '  Eeed. staine'd.-iSO.OO ,.  Morris Chairs in  Reed, stained, and,   ".  is  Cushion in Deniin   , .  or Tapestry,       ������(,   (  "'priced. $13.00;'  'A  "! '. BUTCHERS ,''  _        -1       L i.      \ : *  Retail Dealer \r\**>^xjaIxz3ZZ&>- '        .  '   '  -1   - ,; BEEF, -, PORK.  ' -MUTTON-, "Etc.  Fish .and Game jnHSeason. ,  ) All ordoi% promptly flUccl. s i  SEVELSTOkCB. G^/fei^t^efr  Bee. Hives and Supplies.  Gic'cnhousc full of ritiiitf>, Cut Klovv  i " Flora lUVoilc,  * Cai'iilogiic ftcc, oi^cnll and 'e.vniii  ,   "    stick. ,  A   ;      ,' '  FRANK   RUSHTON  Practical Gunsmith- "  DIIAI.IIH  LS'  m.tj:; biENRy,  \   , yANCOUVlSIl, J3.   C.      ,  GU-tfrf, PISTOLS,  AMMUNITION  V'ut'nd all kinds'bf   '"  SPOKTIN'G GOODS.  ALDERMAN ABRAHAMSON,  Prosidout Rovolsto^o Libei.il Assoeintiou  1  ' ,     KCLOVVXA.  Nowhere in Canada is theie a  finer  lot oi men in the ranks of the Liberal  . .partv than1 at Kelovvna.    S. T. Elliott  is   tiie   piesident   of   the     Kelovvna  Libeial Association,   and   is   a   bard  .     worker in the inteiests of the paity.  _v _     AT SUMJtkKLA.VD i  there aio grand men emolled under  is the bannei of the Liberal party and of  no man has the party bettet reason  ^   to   be   proud   than   of Jas. Ritchie,  president of the  Summerland Liberal  Association. , Mr. Ritchie is one of  '     those .enterprising.     sttaightforvvard  men wlToarea boon to the community  1     among whom they make their  home.  Mr   Ritchie  is "largely  intetested m  HE." W.^BrPagetrPropv ^  Prompt delivery of pat eels, baggage,  etc., to any paifc oltbe City.  A.ny Kind 'of Tpansferring   >  Undertaken.  All   orders  left  at R. ill. SmjlljeV  Tobacco Store, oi by Telephone, No. 7  will receive piompt ittciition.     '  in Ilovelstoke and  applied  the 'iibiuxl  stock aigutnents for high  piotection  ���������'0 said the Gut, J see now  you  want  to make us believe the mannfacturcis  of this countiy aie  a  lot  of  paupeis  and 'we   should   put   them   on   the  chin lty list and pay higher  ptices foi  their   goods   in   otder  to  keep them  alive."     He   followed   this _up with  some    sledge-hammer    logic    which  made the govcinoi wince. -. "I see.youi  aie an intelligent man-" lcmaiked the  goveinot  and went to look foi   voteis  whose     intelligence   would    not   be  suflicicntly   bugbt   to cause him any  more anxiety.  LEARN  SHORTHAND   AT HOME*  by correspondence    10 weekly lessons  will make you poifect. *  .OBTAIN HIGHER SALARY ,  Shorthand is nowadays indispensible  to e-i cry body Utih/cv spnrer time.  Very moderate fee. We pi ocui e positions. Wnto for fiee booklet. :  Cexikal CoitKESL'OxnnxoE College, j  215, Temple Chambeis,    k  "��������� Temple Avenue, London, E C  aEWELLEr^BV  APPOINTMEN-7  TO HIS EXCELLENCY  THE GOVERNOrMENERAL  h mm of  NEXPENSI  urn list ������*3 i  All of BlRKs' hfeh quality, |  and for that reison are certain, j  to be appreciated  Cut Glass riovvcr  'Vase, vvnh Sterling  Silver Top, V,i m-  high, ,$1.25.  S.T. KLLIOTT,  Pro.idoi.t Kelovvna bilioml A.soeu.tioii^  Up3 Summerland Supply Company,  the Summerland Lumber Company,  the Telephone Company, a ad cveiy  movement for the benefit of the settlement finds him a hearty wotker. n  owns the old Uaiclay homestead and  has ace.nitcd considerable and which  be is subdividing into small farms and  doing much to promote the settling  nn of Siunmcilantl.  W J Snodgrass, of Okanag.ui 1-alls,  was one of the most vigorous vvorkeis  for the party in the lower 0ka���������agan  unci IJouiubiiycountiy in tbeelections  oflS'.K) when the Tory government  was swept from   the   powet   it had so  lb is satisfactory to  Duncan Ross,, the liberal candidate,  is meeting with much success m his  caiiMts and th.tt hi.- election i������ a fore-  none conclusion, ptovultnu otti iber.il  riionds do not allow themselu-s to  take this tosult for granted .ind become apathetic. The constituency is  laige and many places me clilhcul of  accc-s, so that the gi cater part of the  ticcesiiuy vvoikto secure a lull vote  will devolve on the local cngatw itwii  Cvoty'intlividtial elector should  make  l   n,,^ nt nnnsr-inilCC'    tO    SCC    tll.lt  long swayed by   a  people thoroughly  uouseda.ul   Indignant, at   the   cor-  m    on a.ul disgraceful   obbcy vvh.ch  con.ua   part   of   the. adt.unw-  aioll.      Air.   anodg.ass   is   a c o������e  fno.ida.ul   itdmi.er  of   Dunca:.   Uoab  the Liberal standaid-bea.or  foi   ^alo  Cariboo.     With supporters like Senii-  tor Uostock, Messrs. Stirling,   Klliobt,  Ritchie, Suoclgriiss, and the  hundreds  it a matter of conscience'  to  see  bis own vote  is polled   early   m  day, and then to use nil lawful  to sccine every  t  the  moii n ������������������  friendly vote befoic  the close of the poll. A vote for Ko-.-  iiiciiiia a vote for the development of  Canada ns it whole, and British Columbia in piutieular.  lion. Ri I-'. Green is known' as the  peanut politician of llritisb Columbia, ������������������..,-...  Glas.5  Vinegar Bottle,  cut-star bottom  cut stopper, S'A  in. high,  $1.25.  Sterling Silver     Bon-Bon  Spoon,   Louis  XV.     (Us ������jn������  gilt open-work bow!, 4^2 in.  '1?"|,���������?h9-C,:o0,. '.,P��������� H three  ������*&?   piMltK    "    ������"������   "   un"  "sctt.rror our Ne������������ cKUng  .    Booklet, ju-,tl-.iiie(l  HEHRY4BIRRS* "  f JEV.tLLtBS  Winnipeg MOKTHEAL  350-352 Phillips  Main Si. Sq-iare  m  SONS  Ottiwa  57-59  Sp:ikB St  I  iyiK,osis of KeRUlatlons  for Dlaposal o!  &linorals 011 Dominion Lands in Mani-  ' ! toba. flic  iNortliwPtr.Tcnltorlos and  tlio Yukon Toriitopy. ,, )  '       ������   -     r'    -- x     .   ,      i x >'  <r u,fnr���������ro'nl i'-nds'-mayibe pmeba^oc1. at  10 pei  afio'ioiisolt 10^1 .mil *'U '"' "  -'hiaoite    iNot-moi-e^tlian .ano-ucios can  ,',������..  jit-miiieil   bv ,one   Individual   0'   com-  -{.11 nv  < Royalt>   at the  ratf- ot ten cents  per ton o������,2,000'potinds'Shall be collected  ou tlie gioss output.     , i; ^ ,  Quartz T-Perbons of eighteen yeais and  iver and Joint stock 'companies holdinu  free miner's eeitlflcates may obtain entrj  for auminins location. , i   "���������'.-,  ' A. free mlnei 's cei liflcate is granted foi  ntio or more yeiii s, "not exceeding live, up  ���������jn payment in advance ol $7 50 per��������� an-  rnum for ,an������ Individual, and fiom JdO to  U00 per,annum foi a company, accoiahib  to capital -   JJ     ,     ,        ,  v A fiee miner having discovered minei.il  In place, may locate a claim 1500x1500 feel  bj maiking out the same with two legal  oosts,," beat nig! location-' notices, one at  ������acli end'on the line of the lode or ve n  ^ The claim shall be lecoided within fifteen days i������ located within ten miles of a  mining tecoider's office, one additional  day allowed tor > every additional ten  miles or fraction. '.The fee for recording  i claim is 55.    1    ������      i      -'*-'        -' >\  At least-$100 must be expended'on the  olaira each.year or paid to the mining le-  .001 dei'in lieu'thereof. When JopO has been  expended or paid, the'locatoi may, upon  having a survey made, and ,upon comply-  -|nr  with  other  1 ecimrements,   purchase  the land at $100.an acre. "  '/',   ;  l>eimls&ion may>be giau'.ed by the Min-  1 later of the Intend" to    locate   claim-,  containing iion andjmicj.'also copper,,in  the Yukon Temtory, of an aiea not.ex-  cetding ICO acres.  >, '    "     .���������,,���������,,'  The patent lor^a mining,location shall  piov ide foi the p.tyiuorit ot<a loyalty ot 2J pi.i  ^unt ol the bales ot the pioducli olllie location.   1 lu,5oi  Mijiijiir. JManitoha and-tho-M \> -  T., ,-exeepUng������ the A'ukon ,'leultoiy-  Pldcei mining" claims ^geneially ,aie liw  ������eet*������qudje, eatiy fee, , ?5, lenevvable  .yearly. 'Una the 1 North "Saskatchevvan-  Klverj.clainto for eithei bar or bench, uu.  foimer-belng WO feet long and extending  between high and low water maik. i lhi.  lattei includes bar diggings, but extends,  back to the base ot the hill or bank, Lmi  not. exceeding l.OuU teat'. Wheie suuii.  power is. us.ed, Uaims im leet wide maj  be"obtained   , '   v      ',.,.!'  J^iredgmg in the .rivers of Jvlanlluba  and the is V\. T., excepting theviukuii  fointory.���������A Uee miner may obtain onl\  cvvo luasai ut live milcb each 101 a teiii.  of tv^onty >i.aib, lane .sable 111 the ii.^11  tiun ol< i.'ib Miiiibtei  oi the ltiteuoi  The lessee t> ngnt it. cuniiiiKd to Uie s..iu  meiged buds. 01 uaisiot the uvei beluv,  low water niaiK, and subject to the light  of all peibons v.ho have, or who maj ki  celve entiles xoi bai diggings 01 b. m..  *oldimfa, (.excepe on ' Ui������ &aakatclievvai  Hivei, wilt:.c ihe lessee maj Uiedgo t.  ingli watei maik on tacli alteiiiate 10a e  "l'h'e leasee tliall have a diedge in opei  ilion AviUi.n one beabon Horn the dat.= 01  the least; lui tai.li nve-mileb, but vvin.ii  a ijfci&uinui 'Luinpau> hat. ubiained moii.  than one li-a^e one di edge lot eaj-ti 111-  teen milec ��������� or tiaction is sulliu.-iu  llonial, ������1U pei annum lor each nine u.  nvei leastd iloyulty at the iate o: uvi  and a halt pei cent collected on tlio output alter it exceeds $lu,Cluu. ,  Dredging in the lukoii Tenitory.���������bix  leat.es 01 live miles each may be ytaiui-u  to a Hue mlnei 101 a tenu ot^tweiiu  .eais, also icnewable. ' .       y  The lessee's lifaht. is ooniined to the  subniuged bed 01 bais in the nvei below, low watei mark, that bouudaiy to  o������ fixed bj'-its position on the 1st day 01  A.ugust 111  the  veal   oi.. the  date ol  the  leThe lessee shall have one diedge in op-  of tlie lease, and one diedge toi each  ciatiun vvillnii two iears Horn the clau  nve miles within six yeais tioin simh  date, iteutal, *1UU per mile tor the {list  v eai " and ?10 per mile foi ea h subsequent year. Royalty, same as placei min-  "platei Mining in the STukon Teuitoiy  -Cieek, liver ,gulch and lull claims shal  not e<c������ecl inl leet in length, im-iisuiod  o., U.e oase ni.e oi geneial diiLv.i.ui. ol  Un. eicek ot gulUi, the width bung Horn  l.uuu to AUDI) tt-et. All oilier iiI.iuli  claini-  sll.ul be  JolllH.l.b(|U.UU.  Uianus me nuikeU by two legal pu-jtb.  \ine ai each end, beating noliecs> but i  must be obtained within ten ilasa. n llie  claim is within ten miles ut 111111I111, mi-  eoidei b otlice One cxtta da} allowed  r.n  ciie-h udUltlon.il ten miles 01  Luicliun  'I he JieOjon ot coinpuui staMnri a claim  iniir.1 Hold a Uee ininet s co-i Ullc.Ue-  flu' il.siuveiei of a new mine is uuilleU  to 11 claim ol 1.U0U leet In lu.t.111, and 1  he 11.1115 consists 01 two, l.kU Kc-l alio  geihe'i, on the output of which no r.iy.i t  Hlmll be- chaiged, tlio rest i.t Hie- pint}  oulinaiy claims onli. ,,,,.,,1  Utiti}  tee. UO    lioyalty .11 tin    ''too  two anil one-half pet   cent 011  ihu,. va   e  01  llie gold shipped Horn tlic- Vulioi   lct-  lilor}   lo be paid  to  the Cuiiipliollui  kol.ee ...i'lc. shall iccelvc .1 giant 01  moiu iliuii one mining claim on each scp-  c ate Uvei, cieek or gulch, but the same  m ei may hold any number of claims  Ly pu.cla.s-e, and free m.ne.a may woik  their claims In partneiship by llling  notice and paying fee of U A claim may  be ubiuidoried, and anothoi obtained on  the same cieek, gulch 01 Uvei, by giving  notice arid paying a fee.  Woik must be done on .1 ela111 each  v-oat to tho value of at least Vw  i A cot tllicate that wp.k "as been done  must be obtained each ycai; il not, the  cl urn shall be deemed to be abandoned,  mid open to occupation and entiy by a  nThomuoundarles of a claim may be denned absolutely by having a stiivoy  made and publishing notices in the Yukon  01l'a.aoletume--AU unapp.op.iated Dominion Lands 1. xVlaniloba, tho No. Ih-west  Tenitoiies and witliin the Yukon Ten -  toty aie open to ptospectit.g lor petiol-  eum, and the minister ���������V.���������������^  an individual 01 company having ma  chinery on the land to be piospected.  an atia o" 010 acies Should the 110s-  necioi discover oil 111 paying quantities,  and satisDictotlly establish such dUcov-  erv an aiea not exceeding 010 acics, inducing the oil well and such other land  aL  ma}   be  determined,  will bo sold  to  JAMES A. SMART  Deputy of the Minister of tho Interior.  :. .'1?.: SEE,,;  ,'  'Wing'Chung's newly im-  ' ^.ported'/stocl< ,\of" Chiiies^r-  ' andnjapanese goods. '    .  (lThe,'best assortment > t:vi:i/  -' -landed- in ^Revelstokc/oi  useful tjand ������ ornaiWnutl  / articles: , , '-!i    - ������a l\   \ ';  r*|i"lov(l r.,l>;  lliiiliiolln .-lui.d-  j   Lunch Uiiskcli-V  Sniolcins .liielfCIi- J'-  , feilk Goods  Tea services       ,  I lutes    /cti s  H.Lsket.s t-J- rf , t  ( anc (Jhairs '  Handkerchiefs vt  -.   t    GOLD,FIS!I vJ  Finest s'tock o������ candies, and futit  In low 11'  1     , -        Front Street. Revelstoke  "Ma^SaM^YOK;  ���������j*  ,>  'WASHING,',LAU,NE)Ryjf  LABOR CONTRACTOR >  ' -',      4, ������������������    -   f       *    t a l    '  s- <- "-'      *      ' " '   * ,V,$b' ,'  \FRON0ySTRETET.V  rf,    x   y       y    A b      ~     "'  '  (Opposite Joss Housc,ftGold Hill Hotel  Building.-  ind.-, of Guns  >  iioil.' ,     <  Sliul Onus Uo-bored  ,  in Cliib-c niid Haul -     /  Slicotinn   11   i-peo-'  inlty.    1     '    '    <A~ ^   A  '"Main Street,  _   ~ * a -. -,  Newl  Queeii's^Hotel,^ Trout", LaKe.-undeCsameJmanageme^  .r   vb      I  1    -       V -     ''rftiy^c'-.Jry-ii  ���������.m^^���������* "* "A. VC        tfr - 1 ,V  I  GOMAPLIX  =^n^i= >?���������> - yiA?fei  .Good Tabled -^2:^1  ���������   '-General Store^ancT y  ,;* Restaurant Keeper;   '���������  -"���������"A i*iiiuclDtuok-ur Groooiioo, Fi-uit,���������  ^J",^ _i-Vegetables. %_ f -     ,t,  JV^StvS^OTRS^  rry otu- Iced'SodasJ-Ice'Cieam, Straw-  14 berries and Cieam.    Can't be  4  . *   -     beaten in the City.  FRONT ST., REVELSTOKE.  %The Best House in Town?   - ^WelLfurnished  p   Best Brands of'WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stoch r^ ������^ J  'This feliorthnnd is totally di loront to al  others It oil takes wool-sHo lo.irn instc.iil  ot moiitlit or soars. It can bo road lite print  U thorourthlssonyou/vr.to 40 word, ...,d a  the 10th lossou ion worfs a ininiitq    tneursi.  ueeES  OOiWEAiPLIX  -j.! ���������     oi _���������_  Proprietor."  v   f  -,.t   ivf i,.  ^- ^ Jj r   . * ���������  _SZdr^ j^Vj-ffi ^^1  - 5 -V b-Ml  ,   l CHIEF YOUNG,'������;   , ,: .  ������������������  Best brands of Wines! Liquors and Cigars,       ���������     -, *  Travellers to Fish Creek will find excellent; accommodation ,  at this Hotel. , " 1        -[  ! ,  Dmnsrs:  PERFECTION   COCOA "b  sMrt-l.  . xr'������  i^t^r^Ua'-'^hclitioutoUionian^or,  Mr Hg-enLo soils bj.nail arc nuito oasv  Wo cianinteo success Our jounKObt puptli  .ire 1)V< ���������ml tho eldest 82 T5 pewritti.tf HiiibIi  bv in.nl Wo rorvvardyou lesson sheets to tone  joi tho correct lniKoriiiK-nll tho iiiifters A 1  irottiUBlitoii tho blind touch systom Wnto  saiiiL'tlie iii.ichino von have, or it vvo.iroto  si. inly ion with a Now or Second hand ono  Wa iln not hire out macliinos , L.  TKRUSI -For shorthand J.M to complotio..  nnibloi by inst ilmonU TvpovvritniB tlO to  S,lotion, but puiDiout in uclvunco Artrtro^  tlioiocrotarj. Studio (ovor Imperial Bank),  Victoria     V  O   Box lib  'is absolutely.pure"  The Master Mechanics Pure Tat- Soup heals  and softens the skin, while JWinpHy -dean,..������  ,1 of crease oil. rust, etc Itmxluabio lor nie  ohainiSfffimiis. spo.tsmen..^^J'���������"^'  receiptor 2c. foi postage. Albeit lotli t boap  ro.. maiuifiictiireis. Moiitical  COWAN'S -CHOCOLATE .CAKE ICINGS;  -1 ��������� CREAM BARS ETC. ARE-VERY CHOICESTiftUAUTY^    , ;  The COWAN CO.; Limited, Toronto"  r  W-5.1  'it  E.  B.   EDDY'S  MM.I'        -��������� ^   T  otroot, East Orange. N. J.  DON'T  MAIiny. DOCTOR, or (los  pair, "Don't do  a thing  till si'" s������o   cloi.rlj   vvliats  host lis aid of Flashlights  ^  "KING EDWARD," 1^  " HEADLIGHT," 500-  "EAGLE." lOO-'.uid 2iX)s  ������������������ VIUTOIUA."    ..  ������������������LITTLE  CO.MET."  FOR   SALE   EVERYWHERE  HlLLPUB.CoV,129Ea'8t   28tnStreot.Now  Yorlc.  Are the Best that can be bought.  Don't experiment with other and inferior brands.  USE    ZEIDD^lT'S       t  J  Tea Blending is an Art  i '      ���������,,r    h,it  the result of years'of study and  unremitting  not picked up m an hour or a year-but  the res ) RIBBON TEA  is educated to finest discrimination.     BLUE RIB13UN   1 ������.A  it is possible to grow.    Do you wonder  attention until the taste  is blended by experts from the  choicest   L  it is better than others?  i  X   t   "V35' ''ji ,i  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  jl   , 1 f you think vou' would like  to start < ; ,  -      ., i  ', / TAKING   PHOTOGRAPHS."  ' just call and see the,variety of  M  ,    .   ���������' >     ,   'AT .THE  f  6an/vda; DRUG &  %\, >B00K CO. :  r'( ,/   They, keep'.all   the, Accessary  ^'; /''supplies and'chemicals. ; ���������'  >/    '< '   '/Call,'or send'* a'post card for  V'-'.j ' ..- i  ,',;., Catalogue."  ^     '   -   '  ; yr-      ,   ������vB0RN.r       ��������� ,/, ���������  ,Oavmpjjkli.���������At , Vaiicouvor;* on Oct."  ' j 19th, to' Mr.'and Mrs. B..K. Caiiip-  ' ' 'bell, a daughter. .   ",������������������>< V  '. >. ���������  i i<  I rJ7(  L'dcali'aritl General:  ?.  Social & Personal.  '.Mr. and' Mrs. .1. Jl.' Scott letitrnccl  Wednesday from, their visit to,Vernon  Tlic Ladies' 0 ni Id of St.; Peter's,  Chinch will give a turkey Mtpper tit  TIallow'ccn in aid'Of their funds.  ���������The "Willing Workers of St.Andrew's  Church are making'-arrangements for  ii grand Scottish ��������� concert on , St.  Andrew's night, November 30th.     -  St. Andrew's Willing workers' reali'si-  ed the sum of $70 at the basket .social 9  on 'Monday   evening.    Jt^ was   well"  attended, 'and soii'g's, readings, etc. vvpre  given. <.      i,,-      ,       , L '  ,The PhilharninnioSocicty lias abandoned the production of Pintifoio for  proseiit'and is getting up an excellent  programme of glees lo present .to the  public.      - . 'AA    "  , Mrs. Kincaid gave an "At Home" on  Tuesday afternoon1-'in honor of the  vi.sit of her aunt, Mrs. Mclvcelinic.  Uainty refi-osliinents���������wore served^ and  Mi������s Lennox piu'vided music on 'the  ptano.r - < > '   t       '  At the meeting of the Shakespeare  Club oti Thursday Mr.Sissons gave an  interesting,', di.scom-.se on tthe life of  .Julius Caesar. 'There' was ' a large  attendance, and the membership of the  sdciety "is1 considerably strengthened  this session'. Shakespeare's ' play , of  Julius Caesar vvill be thevsubjeet of  study.   ' ',,'.'     V *" ,    '/     ,'  Now on the market, choice residential property^ on 7th Street,  Blocks 51 './and% 54 surveyed into  lots, 50 x 100 feet,  ,w  and upwards, oh easy terms.  ' '   .'    '. ' ',    '��������� ' - * <'        .',,'' r  * Wc have decided, to present-$ id.op wortlvof-Fruit Trees  to each acre tOf-Wcl sold in the fruit'oardens hear'McKenzie  AvcJuik    LOW "?R1CKS/"AN D -EASY/ ,TE RMS. ' : '  tf  :l  jip-  last  .-*  1^.'   f^,;,/W4'<G- Sunnier,! ofo Ciunborno,c;is'  ij.-.rLft,. y   ������ pointed notaryjiVwVilic. j ���������   '���������    J3,L  -.i.,^,,w.,, ^ ,'">-~rj^&'Xi\vyf' council ���������> "adjourned"  ;""-JT'y^^evemng for/want,of tVciuorum^ A   ^   ���������  i^<������A^\  |,4b' important'^nanufactan-iiig eri-  \-i^*j';y.,,' j terprise is piyojectLd'kfReyelstokc.  j;-  f,';J-   ;i/jyl'~/ The Bevelstoke Turf Association   is  '" ''   ' by . incorporated with a capital of $10,000.  - -'T'The ^Oyster-Criterion ' is" to���������have,  ;,   another* ten stamps added to Hs mill.  < /,     The ��������� Oyster-Criterion -v mill    'has  b ' ������������ turned out another $4000 gold'brick.  ~Y",". ,   /Tile copper 'market  is  looking "up  ���������and copper has reachecly the,  13   cent  i^y   mark.'1������ , i_ y_. p ,  '" , M. Grady is considerably-improving  1 'vtthe ,grounds, around   the /St. vLedh  . ' -' Hotel and making it a very,1 attractive  lesort.'    , '.   ^'        i,.,.      ( /  i������- ,'A  ' O/Oleson," of  the  Crows Nest, has  "./.been.javvarded 'the "contract   for'the"  i "  deviation   of-the "'C   P.   It.   line at  .   '   .Pallisef.,     >ft(   , r    ->- ^     a    ^  y, Mr.Aldridge, of. TprontoM/hcad  of  '^'.tlie Sot^ of England/was -a- visitor'"to  Wood for sale at  .    J i������   ������   V5.-V   .'        "  A    '  rejduced prices for,a  few. days.  \ \l     ;  Empire Lumber Co;  Business, Locals.  3*-  U^s -r r  vi^;���������  IJfV  A.r   -4  - Revelstoke this week, meeting  ��������� ^bersjbf the local lodge.*'  '''"J'The Eva' company is-in better1 fi nan-  rlcial condition'than ever and vvill push1  ./work a't their mine.'  The force will be  '/increased b.vvforty men:._(,yj_ ���������/  v/ sB. E."Drew-is  anuhg'ing'To'" iiis'tall  '���������^'an electiic?JighD'-plant->rft-'- Cttniboine  "^iis'ing the wateiyibiver'-of- the11 Great-  Northern Jlines for the purpose!  G. S. McCarter informs^iiSithc Trout.  " Lake "Water Company intend having  thiir' water, woiks at Trout Lake  in  1 operation by middle of November.  , ��������� W. Fleming has .biotight in fiom  Kftinloops a pair of the ' best lioYses  brought into the "district, "the pair  weighing 2.7S5 lbs, though only three  year olds. ������ (  r     On Thursday F. Fraser and R. Gor-  ��������� dou J. P.s. sent a man to two months  imprisonment for stealing from the  house i,on   the   river   front1 formerly  ,' occupied by J. Taylor. "   ���������  There was a big-=crowdito_see the  wrestling match  Wednesday.     J. J).  'McLennan won the money. The contest was at clean one. Joe -McCrum  was referee. H. McCoy second for Person and T. J. Wadman for McLennan'.  Molsons Bank have increased   their  ..reserve iund "to $3,000,000 or to an  amount equivalent' to their paid-up  capital, thus bringing their reserve up  v to the strongest  ratio   of   reserve "to  " capital   held   by   Canadian   banking,  .'' institutions. -,- ---'     - -  ^ Smith Urquhart, who was uiti ovei  by the yard engine at Pevelstoke, and  sustained a compound fracture of a  leg, had the limb amputated below the  knee, Dr. ' Graham performing the  operation at the hospital, where the  patient is doing well. '  H. W. Edwards La mounting the big  cariboo shot by Capt. Forsland on the  Columbia river, it vvill 'liepiescntod  to theTruviiu-ia! museum at Victoria.  Mr. Edwards is al=o mounting foi M.  Grady a cariboo head which is stated  to be the finest seen in the district.--  it " Bew's.-Drng  r  ���������t-  r   '' >-    ���������  oleic  firm 1of .irciiitzmniK it C  5 at I Fovvson's Furniture store.  it Co."  odor  That vve are competent  in the art of dispensing.  W_c have his confidence.  We iissist him by carrying in stock all the latest  drugs and chemicals;  by carefully preparing  and cumpotinding his  prescriptions ; by delivering promptly all  prescriptions.left in our  care.  . For tlioso reasons mir i>ro������cripti<ni  ,,trade lias ������r<iwn rnpiflly. Fi.rthc-o  :.reasons wo re.-pectftilly iiiSlf for your  ! pntrdiine'O.' 'Lonvn u.-s tho next i>rn-  ���������fcription. orloll your doctor to lo.-ivo  iialThe "Red Cross  , Call at'BROWN'S cigar store.  Fine Wetter   paper  Store."   b    ' '   '   ,  ; Ye  Pianos'  -i c/a. Revell'bll'ers,for sale his* 'dairy  Olltllt. fl ��������� , i  >-  iM^arie Corelli'^ now book all the  rage, got'it at the-Canada Drugstore.  7fic. a copy. ������ , l( y  - A sale niiiljcs a fiiend/it RW0WN"S  cigar store.    r ()   , . -   -  i Senega'cough* syrup-sold-only nt  Hows' Oriig Store. '-,    ,  For the bcsflii-ands of  tobacco and  all'smoker's  supplies'go   to   Horace  Manning's.^   Wcslover,   I'cdro, ,Clits-  gow iMixturo and Rlinhing's Mixfcines.  Chamois1 for .making   vests,   chest  protectors, ctc.,,a.ll,sis'.o- iit'the.Canatla  Drugand-Book Store.     .,,-" '    , A  T"15",rolls-ofsLinoloum  just airivcd  fi-om.Sentland lit. It.-Jlowson's-'-Fiirni-  t'lirc Stoiely,    -y~a ^    r- r *~f ��������� ^J'^-1' y-  Book-kocping, Shorthand, ���������Arithmetic.   'Night'class Monday and Wednesday.   "Apply Cowan lllook. . '"  " Every brand of cigars and   tobaccos  at BJtOWX'S cigarVtorc.    s  Flowers and vogetables till winter.'  carnations, chrysanthemums, letiuco  and" watercress. Kloral designs a  specialty,���������.f. i\Lvi,i:v, F.nrist.  Loritnot'.s new' book '-Old Goidon  Graham'', at Dews' Drug Store.        "  AVlicn you "come to Jtovclstoke take,  the  Central   JTotcl Luis  and you   will  I find the best hotel accommodation  in  the city. * a \  0 r 0. Kevell has 'disposed of his dairy  business to Lt. jMcPliatl, who takes it  over on Nov. 1st.  Souvenir playing cards, views 'of  British Columbia and \ilso all, over  Canada $1.00 a pack at the' Canada  .Drug and Book'Store. .       r _  ltead the advertisement of the Big  Four Consolidated Gold Mining' Co.,  Ltd., in another column. -You can't  beat this as aii-hivcstincntl -    -  We   certainly   have   "The Goods".  BR0"WN'S cigar store,  i   Cramps, sideache,  backache���������try  -r  hot water   bottle,   good ,ncw   rubber  ones, at Bevvs' Drug Store.  J. C. Hutchison has put in a set of  AVilson's best waggon scaler opposite  the Club for weighing of coal Ate, and  ,W. Fleming is checker in charge.  Visitors to Revelstoke vvill find it to  tlicit" advantage to strip at the Centra)  Hotel. Fiee bus to and from-railway,  station to meet all trains.  Bring your prescription to the  Canada Ding Store on the Corner.  They vvill fill tln-m acciuati'ly with the  Be.-t of Drug-.  Guild giicil.- always ,,t IIIIOIVX'H  cigar store.  The Kcvclstoke Lumber Co.v Ltd.,  agent-j fur Winim F.-tctoty, h.ive tml.iy  received .t car l< ml of \\ iiiilnw*, Doors.  tiiid Turned ' Work f'.it ticiilatn and  price.-' on appliciitinii nl nllice in  Hume liluck.  Some stil'-criber-3 to ' the l-'niiiily  llei-.-ild and Weekly Star, of Montreal,  in thin neiglibiitti liood have iceeived  their new pieniiiini pictuic, "'I'lIK  IWtlXCKSS AT W()UK'," and.ife Idtid  in their praise of it. They piouotinco  it the Irfst the Family Herald hint  ever issued, and predict that when Hie  public sec it the publishers oi that  gieat paper vvill have llie biggest your  in their history. One dollar pei year  seciues the Fnniily Herald and Weekly  Star, along with their hoiiiliful pic-  tttte.  REVELSTOKE INS  - "���������'  '  -*, ���������    'i'i'  ii*  ANGE.-AGENOY  Agents.  W  TO/DEC  whether"' ]k^ is  -a wise   to,ybuy  I' 'your;- Cisfars,   Tobaccos  ���������I     J     1   .    &    it.i     ,i,i   i  ���������^    a,ipes   at   places t where,.  , and  they >  handle Tobaccos as a side line,"o'r to  trade at a, First-  Class CioahStore."    VVev-h'ave^ihe'finest-iiihe-of .Cigars,-  ���������Tobaccos" and .IJipes in to.wn. .-.<'-_'" ;  >Ja'    '       J <- * "  WHOLESALE   ?%  N-'S".V RETAIL-'  /THE BIG BEND.  Good News From Camp Creek.'  ��������� Those interested in^'tlu; Camp Cieek  'pl.ict-i- ground, opet.itcd by , Raymond  A'len, received eiicpiunging nevvs,  vvjiqn.thjuy received , a ii ice bunch of  Lj.Jfl wiioliud fi om the limb ground on  what is regarded-as !t.hc iild^chitnnel  of $.imp"Crock" \ '-'-^L10' work 'd6n(rso  f.fi" ITiis proved*:rrchaiincl nf abotrt "300  feet' wide vvith^ IS-feci "jleep of gold-  jje.ii ing gravel, and believed to'extend for a mile. Raymond will spend,  llio winter in Revelsinko but it is expected things vvill ho g"ing actively  on Ihat property in Hip spring.  GOOD PjOJECt.  .Y. M?,C: A.1 Building for, Revel-  ,,rst'oke���������Will ��������� ,be; Equipped  ��������� For Athletic anlCliitr Room."  t .Vestet'clay a gentleman prominently  idqnlilicd with'thcjoiganbi'ition'o'f the  ,Y. JMr'C."A.,tlii('iuglioiit*tlie world,and  who.* lias recont.yj returned ', from  Ausdtilia on business comicctcd-vvith  that. Ofganizatioti, visited Revelstoke  at the request of Montreal ollicials, of  the C. 1'. U. with a vicvv to organising  bote an institution whieli would be  an athletic and educational rcsoVt for  the young'' men ol" the city. The  gentlemen referred to, met tho'railway  employes and "discussed the project  vvilh them, and , it .was -heartily received as all'oiding ^just the mmb of  institution that. it has been long  recognised Revelstoke badly needs.  The proposal is to erect a brick  block in a . central position, equipped  with a first-class reading<��������� room and  libniiyj gymnasium,, and ( perhaps  sleeping roonis.^ Kducational facilities will also be "provided vyliete there j horses became re-tiv^e and'-knocked  arosu/liciour. number wishing to take > t|,P driver dovvn. The wagon ran over  up any special siibjecus. The C V. Ft. | nin)i severely injuring bis hack-and  vvill contribute towards the cost of the [:!1-."���������. rt is feared be li.is also sus-  building and those wishing in avail j tuiuod internal injuries, but it iiiav  themselves of the , priviligc? ,of ihe j t,,^,. a0me (]ays ^before they develope,  institution will be refpiirtd to paya;T)1e young man vvm= brought to "the  membership fee of-f-5 a year toward j_Vernon hospital where his injuries  operating expenses. v , Avwe attended to.  Such   institutions   haw   ken   in-1 " i���������- ^   augurated with great  success on chej a i v- i'������/ - < rv i 11|   njRir������������>  (;ra,tdTn,ntx������HWJy^d������heU.P.R.;NtW      dU   LUINbb-  recognises that ucvei-stoke is one of the ,  best point1- on the  company's  -yst^m i   y  at which to adopt the plan. j     The contract   foi   building   R.   M.  ACCIDE  Teamster Seriously Injured. .  1 A serious accidentoccttfcd iit Cokl-  ati^im Itanch .Monday. While --a1  young man. named Heip-y Bowman/  wat, unhitching his   leant One   of   the  CHURCHES;  A) I inn'4 ne.v jewelry stoie next Imppr-  i ial J-Jiiiik has been let to W. A. Foote.  who i= rushing the work.       i  \Y. .1. Law intend-* building a handsome resirleoce next spring.L  Ji. I InWcon vvill build a line residence  THE CAMPAIGN  .-ir U'iliiu  r-v^.  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  C. A.,.Ai)Aiis, Jlanagcfi  An Exact Science.  I'tescrijilion filling icqiiiict exact  knowledge and e.\lieiiie otiie, To get  the best effect from theiiseofa remedy  you must have that remedy carefully  put together.  ' wi; k.vovv how  and put best drugs' together to make  best medicine. Our work is mi; ex act  science, J'rescriptions ' filled il by a  druggist of twenty- years experience.  i\'o guess work bore,  JtKii Cisos.s  IJiiiki S'J'oki:,  Chas. J. Quinaii, JManajjw,  MKTliOlilST.  J. Harry Alexander, teno'l  sol'iitt of  Trinity   Methodist   church, Toronto, t v  will silica--obi at the ^venini' *r i vine ������������n in s property oti McHon/Ac Avenue  on Sunci.iv in  the   .MetbodHi   (;lnuoli j '" x' -print:.  'j;hu harvest,tliank-sgivm. s,.,viff*| ���������' liurii������ <V Co. intcniJ'cKcting nevrl  will beheld nn fjimd.iy. for which tlie I spring their laige brick block at cot tier  building is bcini? Mtitably dec.n.tieil., ol McKfju/iu Avr.nue and Fir.-t Stn ut.  ^ttlijcct^ a m��������� "��������� Uenelits not t" be forgotten.' Kv-niiig. anfhcin "<> give  thanks unto tbe-f.oii|" (L'oliei-t.-iti.iit) \  cliuii; solo. 'Abide with me" (Liibllcj,;  Mrs. Dent, ������ubjpctt "A vv biibj-be.Li-ted  -crvico .1 re.isontt I do service''; ipmrl't  " l.o-toliolil'' (Sullivan;, Mr,- l''t\>- .-u(i|i,iigiiin  Mrs. Ii"in r Me-si-s. li.trher and Alltnn   i hint.  ,inthem, "Father, O bea: li-" Cl'ihnei;,, VV. A. Ciilhli-r '.vilf -p.ak at lb vel-  cJioir. I-ttike mi Nov. 2nd or !Ji'I   and   Airovv-  The   Ii.ii vest   tl ksgivint;   in    the [ |(.-.ul Xov.'*������lb  Methndi-'t Cliiiieh will be eoticliiiled ' Trie Revelstoke l.ii,'-r,i)- h ive t-iimid  Aronduy evening bv an enkrt.tiumcnt] a -tnnig caiiipiistii cuiiiiii'tl' <��������� with JC.  in    the   (���������hitreli.     An    eveellein,    pro-j IJmvs .������ as. rhairni.ni. '  gi.iiuiiie is being ari'.umed and a plea- .f \. liaker, of th' Wi.-tein Fubi-  -,nit evening is asstnpd. Sti'aiigi-i" j atton .4 Miner-, h.i-. I>n ri noiiiin.it'd  are cordially invited to join with the-oei,i|]Jt candidate fur Kootenay,-.o  :s.eiiiboi4 of tlie congregation in tlu-vtbe ligl:t in-rc will |.< ������..thrri Coniitid  service, which "is undei' the auspices of | one  tho Kpworth League nj-ii-ti'il by the' The f.ict of [(. [fov.son being cbitir-  l.adies Aid .Hid the choir.    Adini-sioii j man of  the   Libvr.il   Campaign   Coin-  Both Sides; Claim Victories-  Awful Slaughter of Troops-  %Armjest Resting   From   the  ,, Fierce   Struggle i-y'Cannot  'Fight for Fog.   > < , ,  After incessant lighting1 lor over a  week the armies of Jiussia' and Japan  arc resting. ( J^titest repoits state the,  Japanese arc'slovvly falling .back from  Mukden and.camp fires wote supposed  to be'from burning their stores. <������������������'  , Russia "has' decided 'to abandon  Manchuiia for'the" present and raise  another army of ()v)'0,U00 Tnon.  According to the ".Stii'ndardV' correspondent with CJoiioi-al JCuroki,.a  Russian battalion, which crossed ythe  Taitsc River, has been 'almost annihilated, while retiring over a pontoon  bridge. ", The correspondent says that  tiki-battalion was overtaken .by a regi-  ment'of.lapanese cavalry, vvhich ,got  its niacliine-giins'Mnto4- position and  swept thcJbridge froni end.to end/ , t  ir Jt is believed J'ort 'Arthur -wiM fall  in a'few riliys.^ ^        , q      y,  ,, Kicld-iMarshal Oyama reiiorts on  Tuesday the enemy 'seemed gradually  decreasing his foi'ce.in the direction of  the right' nrniy,������ only, small .detach-  mentsi, continuing ' activity. , The  enemy, beaieii at Densihu, is retreating northeastward..1- (, v , '  "In, the direction ,ofi the, central  army,-the, enemy mnclc fassaults, but  they wcre'all repulsed. J' ,",'"'���������  , 'Tlic Japanese report(that the battle  lias been the most severe yet .-fought  on the plains?'i r  "'������.. r������       'A'   . y.  Correspondents itic sending voluminous, * details " ofxtho~liorroi-s*of.' the.  capture of Lone Tree I Jill. Tlicjslopes"  and , summits 'were, \ covered.__ with  mangled remains^ " ''"*'';,'  "-'News-has just been received that the  Japanese left aflank has-been3 driven  back.with heavy Josses, and it's retreat  cutoff. A������Russian;regiment-'is now  beingihuiTicd to'the scene in the liopc  of conVplcting the ront..."^^ j , *'  v 'Tlie J up defenders of Lone Tree' J Jill  wcrc^ annihilated,, and the Japanese  attempts lo capture it failed and were  attended by awful slaughter. ,4     ~'  1  'Each side lost about 30,000 men.-'  - .AViith the country in thick fog-and  "the roads in wictched condition"; t, activity is for'the time bciiig^impbssiblo  for cither the Japanese ,or the Jtus-  sians so'tith of Mukden.,* JTherc have  been" several brisk, skirmishes and  some surprises of a minor natttie, but  lifting of'thc.fog ' must precede any  gieat conllict of the hostile armies.'   ,  No ollicial icpott' from the Con'i-  man'dor'f,ab������. Port ' Ai-thiii'���������<latci'ilhan>  October JOth, has reached St. rotors-  burg. t c< . ' ' \ "  ' 'Chefoo/ Oct. "<20.���������The most important recent cvonts at J'ort A'rthur  include the capture by the Japanese,  of further minorjiositio.ns' near Halt;  liing'iiidiiii thins and'the'sevcrci!- 'damage -ofa*-a Japanese torpedo boat destroyer by striking a lloating mine.  ARROWHEAD:  , "Fiom our own Corrospiimlont.  M'r. and Mrs. Thoo. Ludgatc are  spending a few days^ati IFalcyon  Springs.,. r  The s. s. ICootenay, which has been  undergoing repairs to her boilci, has  resumed her run, the .Minto being' in  commission while she vvas being re-  paited. > >, t  Messrs. Chapman and iHoyd havo  gone to the head of Pingston Creek to  erect winter quarters as they intend  doing considerable trapping there this  winter. **      ,  The C P. Ji. n.arge I\To. G arrived a"  few days ago loaded with lumber from  the Pingston Creek saw mill and1 this  is being transferred to cars for' the  North West. ,'  Chas. Coatcs, until recently steward  on tlie Steamer Kaslo, plying- hc-  tween Nelson and Kaslo, has joined  the Steamer * JCootenay as steward  until Mr. Stevens, who ha*s been very  ill with typhoid, is able to resume his  duties.  The water front, ^prcsonts quite a  lively appearance these days. .When  the C. P. Ii. steamers, the tugs from  the two saw mills, and craft from the  various logging camps make 'their  appearance in the harbour one would  think Admiral Togo was coming to  town.  Sust arrived a cat load-of Slov'ps.  eomprisintr  Steel, lianges,   Cook  '  Stoves, Coal Heating Stoves, Wood, IIeating Stoves.       (    . "   ',     '���������  ' y Air' Tight Heaters "from '$350, iu'p'.   '��������� "  ��������� We are'showing the lincso line of Wood Ili'ater.S'ever shown in this -  yC 'b " Goods of the best (union   made).      Prices' of  the  best, and, vtilues,  uueqtiallpd.       *'-,; , '-       ;   '^_^n'      ' '  ;,;W.,lM. LAWRENCE, Revelstoke ���������  AgcnUTFLDJSN-GURNEY'Ub, Haniilton.,   '(  j  '    ';   J  And wc are ready f3r tho trade. ' Evorything'in connection with  this houto is first class.//' Our selection' of Woollens is the best,  We cut every garment with a perfect style and fit/and the work  . t,    iiianship'givcs it a beaut.iful'finisli, a'.joy Id the customer  ,y'i   i, ' ii  k-  THE TAILOR  NISXT TAYLOH BLOCK.  ."W-El  'iEliETGiCW^I,^''"  ���������' Uncle Sam can boast'<-no'longer ofrhis'ovcrflow'.ofi.Brains,    ,,������;,<  '-- JoluVOaiuick can^equar.liim, for ]ici'6'we-tiikc*the pains*. A, -," f 'y  Now.a word to British*0oluin,bria miUmcn���������and.wo'know/you'lT ,'<  ���������m  'n'ci-'rop'ent���������  "  ',Bnv till vo'iu'.S.aws from Bukton and save the dut^���������30 per cent, -'y  ''y ���������    ���������a^   '.., y - . ''" y"'\r < y  ���������-"; ' ������������������,;  '' ' A., J: BURTON SA\V COMPANY/Vancouver.: ,   ,  ' 'K*  Battle CpeeESanitarium  'V"i\'FOpbs'V'--i;  Ghanose BisquiTS���������Superiory to any  ,  ' other ferenl prt'ifaratidii.'     -1 -'  "Chanola and Mai/i'kijChhhat.���������pet-  b   1'i'C'tly digestible and dflicioii".,,  Hlh Gi'itnohi C(inl.ains,all  the nu-  1 '���������' liinienl. ofa lbs best licet'.", ,_-.v '-  Pkotosis .A pei feet substitute for flesh  '���������.      IViods;! most   wonderful  disc'oyeiy  ,   in dietetics in  last h.ilf ccnl itt-y���������it  ,'   .purely vegetable qnnibinationt   ^u  MKLTOSli'OR .Mai.'t   1 Ion'kv���������A - vvel-,  ,ii''conii''   siibstilute    l'orvsugai'   and  9; syrups."    ,^i'     I  r,.,^ y-y-.  v  No Ookfisk anil Oahamki. Cbiieai.���������'  *    ," IJeliuioii" health drinks.       ."A   "j������  Konut���������At last (he substitute lotyhird  'in.-iile iiom the pure oiPol"l,he co-  ��������� eoit nutr A "*"V" y '" v-._jt-  Bnojiosis, .'ini-vvnoi.a, Maltko^Nuts.  1       Uni'KIimisn'I'Kd'GhaI'l'i Juici?, etc.,  d.-tinly, dietetic" specialties  lo'be  htid,ouly at  BOURNE, BROS.  "       TllrO'UOADf'NG 'CiHOUKRS.  l- in -  scent  plendtd   ffirm and  .   tr>   aere'    vvilh  Wood for sale at  reduced prices for a  few days.  Empire Lumber Co.  For Sale  IIi.u-0,   wagon,   bnb'-loiglis,   baineis  .mil truck.    Apply lo  C. A. ItKVKLb, .  First street, Jtovelstokc. (  A GOOD WIFE  i .,   ^  is made, not born. Home making is a  profession and lequires the same de-  giee of technical training as Law or  medicine. ' > '  '"The future nf> the tuition is conditional upon the ehataeler ol home  life1.'      y t  - A knowledge of Household Science  makes housework easier. She, sets a  bettet table at smaller cost, and linds  more time for self improvement.  r The ' Canadian Correspontlciice College  is-the only school olVering this course  by mail. ' , <-  For^ full   information  and   Booklet  address ^ vt  Tuic ICajiuioi'S Ge?;eiial Agency  . < v,        Jvaniloops, 13, C. a   ���������  Tltirty iltiys tiflor date I intend to apply do   .  lliii'itonoi-aiilo'CliioC Coniiiiisiioiioi'-ol Jjiinds"  ,   ^  and \\'ork for a special lieenso to cut und em ry   ,  away-, linilici   fioniHIio  rollowing   dcsuiibed     ."'  U"^b' Ar ":Vi.-  ���������- -,j* ^.;.i''  Coinmoiiuiiigal. ii post, nmrlred IL'T. Hudson,  .ilioiit Kill yauls fiom tlio lovvorshoi-u of  Ai-in-  sttoiiK Jjivke, thonee IU chains exst, tlioneo 10'J  iioitli,,tliunuo 10 cliuins west, tlieueu 1IM1 Cnains ,~    v  soutli to the lioint ot uoniineiiuuiiient. >     .  ������ '    '    - 2."    --     .,       ><  "Cniniiiciieiiigat post. miii'kud'R. 'JYirtidson, '  oii,tlio w-u3t haul.- ol Salmon Ut-cot-,';about hull-,,  a-iniie from Si. O'l-aliniii's sin-voyeil land, thenuc ' ,-��������� "'  IU chains west, llienee UK) chains south, thence  10 chains east, IhciicoJIiU north to the point of  eomiiienceiiicul. < ' '    ,   "  ,' Seiit. 10, HKI1.     M,.(-"A   ,Jt. T. IIUWSON. *. <_   '.  NO'i'H)E-is   liorohy /kU-ou    (lint    30   dnys  after date I intend to nptily lo tlio Honor.    ,/  iililctlio (yluof-Coitiniissiiiiicr  of Lands  anil  VVoiKs for a bpocial dicoiiho to cut and curry,    "J  away   tiinlici   lioni    tho< following   descrihed    -   ,(  Ianils, in tne ICootoiiny Distiict: +\      j        tVr  1    A-^^T.z1' Nutnhi'i' One.J���������   i   i   '-  "'li-'v . \  ConimenciiiK at point marked " D. M. Mac-      i  f.ii-liuio'h iV.   I'i. cornel-, posl," planlcd hesidc A."    i:1 ,  It.  JMiicfai'lane's N. ~W. 'eoinor piisl,,'-|liunec   >J- r  sonlli SO eliiiins, lhence west,SO chains, lhence __j r\i.  not-ill SO cliuins, thonce c.istbl) chiiins to place       ".  ol'coiniiieiieeiiient. _, ^.-  '   ' -l     *.        ,^ .    *'". _  i ��������������� y     Niuiihci- Two.'*!     ' V-  C'oiiiiueiiciiiK al. J). M. Miicfai'lanc'.s N. 10.  eoiner post, iiuovc'ilesei-ihed," llienee north SO  chains, t.hcnce west SO chains, thence south SO  chains, thence oast, SOcliains to place of commencement.  ' "-"i,  ,fci ,*j      -    ���������  Dalcil Sept. 2.iid, I! II. i  -  ' 11. Al. JIACI''AHLAn"R.  t"  tree,  l'ltl's|tVI"l".l!l,VN'.  Moniiiigsiibji ct. "flre.it bnl.des  dent."     I'',vi;intig    -oib|(Ct.   " An  finbioiied doctrine."  wNt'il"    i-   .1  riwnpaign    so  t;iuir iiifi (  far aj the  I mitti '��������� for Ii  I nf    n     C'|e,ui  libeiul- ,i if ootieenii d  j     VV   A, (billiher,   the   IiJ.eul   oundi  I dale, is vvil.ing iu miet (;   II    M.ickin-  i tosh,   'be   C'oihi i v.itive . noniiiic������     in  jditit   debate   ,if   any  time arid plnec  convenient to tin- lullei'  VV. A. G,libber's cainp.iigii eotn-  mitli e liave invited C fl. iVIiioinlo-tli  to meet Alt', (lallihci- on the platfonu  in .b'l.'ve.lstoke as tlie liberal candidate,  wants his opponent to let the public  bear both .sides.  Speaking at Trail VV. A. ('.alliber  told the story of his liiliors' for the.  .silver-lead interests, and showed that  he had scoured something like six  million  dollars for   Southern    Uriti.di  Second Street, Revelstoke,,3i������������it/,,,co- J,������ ,ir^c"Lcml  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water &��������� Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  lilectric Fixtures ^ Put In.  Brick for Sale.  The iindcrsigrii'd have just hurned a  kiln of 600,000 hi ink, of litst class  (|ii.ibty. Fi^r price and informal ion  npply to (!. IJ. Hiinie Ar (U>.  Notice to Creditors.  NOW IS YOUR TIME  to get in your winter Mtpply of coal.  I have just received a lull stock tif  the abiive coal and can make prompt  delivery.  Pay no attention lo others representing they can sell you Gait Coal.  They have not goL it and can't gi I  ils equal.  Dr.iying work and furniture moving  a specialty. _    "  Urdeis left at VV. M. Law re ncc's or  It. M. Sinylbe's will have piompt attention.  .1. C    HUTCHISON.  WANTED  /-{ IIU,   WANTKI)  11 ton  .win U, t'le.  Comaplix.  or  dining-room  Apply to Win. Il.tiii-  MITUATIONS wanted by two Kin-  |j lander ni'Is as setvants in hotel  or piivate families; both speak plain  I'higlish. Iiii|iiiie at sec-lion bouse opposite i-jilway Million, Revelstoke.  In I In iiial n i (if .b nine fliuiililc, ilxciisid,  and In I In- mill tor of the 'Oliliial Admini-  IriiOns Ad.'  Vfi'l'l'-K N IIKUKIIV fiiVKN Unit hy order  i> nf Ills lienor Andrew I,i-.imj, t'miuty  ���������liKhCi', di.lol llie l^lh (In) of Oclolii'r. li'll,  lleni'Ku .Smith MoUiirtiir. (llllcliil, Adnilnis-  t.iul.i.r for tlmlr ' [Hirl of .V Ki.oloiiiiy (.''.unit.}-  I'.umpi-kf'il within the Itovnlslokiii Kledonil  IIIhI.i'IiiI.. Iih.m hi'on Ki'aiited Inl.tci-f of niliiiiiilH-  l.i'iitlon, to iiilinliilstoi' nil and .shiKiiliti- the  cHliilo oi -leniilo fliiiulild. dei'Ciiseil. iiitestato.  And fiirl.lini' take iioliei! thai, all claims upon  llio si(lil'i:.sin|.(i niii.sl lie sent Into the saidAd-  iiiliilstii-itlor. al, his nllli;.., Inipm-iiil Hank Hlock,  ItdV'iilslokn.'ll. ('., vvilliin ,'lUdnyH fniin tliudntc  liiii'cof. nflei' which time nil proceeds will lie  ilisl.riliiileil .iiiiiiiik the parties lawfully thereuntil entitled.  tlooi-Kti .Smith Jlcl nrtor.  Olllelnl Adiiilnistt-atoi'.  billed tliu I'Jth liny of Octobof, 1001.  WANTKD KNOWN- Hook-Keeping, f>li(it'tliaii(l, Arithmetic ���������  Night class Tuesday oiul Kriday. Apply Covviiii Hlock.  WANTKH-Heveutl good men lo  woik fiioiiiid wiwmill and y.-ttd  Hig llend laiinber Coinpanv. Arrow-  beilll.  WANTKIJ-An (ilVice  boy.    Apply  office of this paper.  VV ���������SAWVI5H in it mill cutting Mm  per day, .solid saws, steam kicker and  nigger, also-steam feed. Wages $4.75  pur clay. ��������� Apply to Kootenay River  Lumber Co., Nelson;-13. U.  WANTKD-ReliahleMBN in every  town in Canada to take  orders  permanent  foi    lailor-uiiidc   (.-lollies  employinenl,  good   commission ;   experience iiiinixe.ssiiry U. L. JJouvver,  Otistoui   Tailor,  HI   Lombard   Street,  loronto. Out.  MOTIOK IS I1KKKIIY (IIVKN that 110 dnys-  ^ after date I intend to apply lo the Chief  Commissioner of Iiiindsand VVoi ks f or a .spi-Linl  license to cut and cany away tinilin- from the  follovviiiKdcseiihed lands in West JCoolonay  district :���������  NiiinherOne.       ' '  Comiiicneiiiifatapostiii.ii'ked "W'm.Oovviin'h  north-west coiner vost No. 1" planted ou the"  east bank ol 1'itiKstoii (Jreek, about three miles  nliove nioiilli ol West lir.incli, thence east SO  chains, thence south SO chums, thence vvestSU  chains, lhence north 80 chains to point of com-  mcnct-nionl.  Dated October 8th, 11101. *    ,  w N*uinbei-vTvvo.J  1 Coniiiieiiciii(;iitapO!>lniaikeit "Wm.Oovvan's  No. 2 north cist coi-ncr poi.1," planted on tl>o.  e.ibt bank of I'niKston tlreek about, tin ce miles *.  above mouth ol Wcsl liianch, lhence west SO  chains, Ihei-ce south SOcliains, Iheuee east,80  chains, lhence north SO chains to point of com- '  uicncciiio'it. - i      ' ���������  -Dated October SthTWOi.���������   '    ~  Niiiiibci-Tlirco. '  Coiniiicneinu; at apostiuiirkeit "Wm.Govv'an's ,  No. II north oust corner posl," pla .���������ea on the  cast hank of l'iiifjslo.i Creek, about seven miles  above niojuh of West Hiarc'i, thence west80  chains, the-co ^oulli 80 olnens, thence oastSO  cli,iins,'theiicc not-Ill SOcliains to point of com-  iiii'iiceiucnt. -  Dated October Sth, 11)01.  '.      " -    Xuinber Kour. '  Coiiiironciiitf ata postmarked "Win.Cowan's  No. I noith-wist corner posl," planted o.i the  east, hank of I'iiik'-Ioii Creek, about four and a  half miles above the mouth of'Webt Urnneli,  thence eastSO cliiuns, I hence .south SO chains,  lhence vvcslSO chains, lhence not th SO chains to  point of commencement.  Dated October Slh, 11101. ' '  . Nuinber li'ive.  ConinicnciuR al .ipostmarkctl "Wm.Gowan'.s  No..') north-cai-t corner post," planted on the  east bank of PiiiksIoii Creek, about four ard a  half miles above the inoiit'i of West Branch,  thence west SO (hams, I hence soul h SO chains,  thence east 80chairs, t'-enec north SO chains lo  point of coiiiincncciiient.  Haled October Sth, UIOI.  XiiinherSiw  Coiiniiciiclii'c ata ijo.tmurl cd "Wni.Govvan'H  No. (i noilh-\va.-t conier poit," planted on tha  cist bank ol I'iiiKs.oii Creek, about live and c  Iialf milcsaliorc tlieinoi'th of the West Branch,  II once east SO chains, llienee south SOcliains,  llienee west SO chains, llienee north SOcliains to  point of co'iiiiicnccnieiif. '  D.ued October Sth, 1IKU.  NihilIjli- Seven.  ComiiiciicliiKi.t. aposl marked "Wni.Govvan's  No. 7 iiortli-ensl coii-c post," tiliiuti'd on Iho  east hank of I'lngston Creek, about five and a  half miles above tho month of the West  liianch, thence west WI chains, thence soul h 80  chains, Ihoiii-oo.'islSO ehai-is, lhence north 80  cliuins In point of commencement.  UateilUcioljcr.Slli, 1!IJI.  Kuii'ber ICifjIil. '  Coiiiiiicncinttnt aposl marked "Win.Cowan's  No. S soul h-i'iisl corner post," planted about 10  cliuins east on bln/ed line ol No. 1 liost above  described, thence north lOeh.iius. I hence we.I,  KKl chains, llionce south 10 cha'tis, thence east  WW chains lo point or eonnuenccincnt.  Dated Octobi'i-ith, 11101. v  Number Nine.  Commencing at a post marked "Wni.Gowan's  No, II sonth-w est corner posl," planted on thu  cusl lunik of 1'mnsLoii Creek about seven miles  above (he inoiith of West liianch, thence east,  SOcliains, tliencc noi th SOcliains, llienee wcsl,  SOcliains, llienee south SO chains to point of  coiiimcucemi.|il.  Dated October Sth, 11)01.  Number Ten.  t Commencing at n post marked "Wiii.Govviui'h  No. HHouth-iast corner post planted on lliu  cusl bank of Pingston Creek about seven miles  above Ihe month of West lir.incli, thence wcsl  SO chains, thence not Ih SO chains, thence cast 80  chains, thence south 80 cliiuiis l-o point ot commencement.  Dated October Sth, 11)01.  Number Klc vcn.  Coiniiieneii'Kata postmarked���������'Wiii.Gowiiii'h  No. II south-east corner post," planted about  twenty chains not th on u bl.ucd lino iiiiining  norlli from Boyd's cabin about eight miles  above tiie mouth of West Ilranch of l-'iugsUin  Creek, theuue north 1011 chains, llienee west 10  chains, thence south 100 chains, thence, cast 10  chains to poinlof commencement.  Dated October 8th, 1001.  Number Twelve.  t Commencing at a post marked "Win.Gowan's  No. li! south-west corner post," planted on a  blazed line about 28 chains east of No. 11 post  above described, llienee north 100 ' cliuins,  thence east 10 chains, tlieiico south 100 cliuins,  thence west 10chains lo place of commencement.  Dated October 8th. It'll.        WM, GOWA^*

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