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 ir*>  tX tlbi*������������  I  Bews'Drug Store  FOR EXPERT,  DISPENSING  0'    (   J    *  fr  ^>,  f    OCT 331905      aj  TORIA.%^  :^,,wJ-^vf  SHJse Parisian  Cold-Cream  The kind put up by BEWS.  Vol. 12.���������No. ,29  REVELSTOKE, B. .C. OCTOBER 21, 1905  $2.00 Per Year  LIMITED,  DEPARTMENT STORE.,,  (Write  For  '- Samples  (;.  ��������� Whole Sale Tailoring-.  ,,?,v     ," ���������   -   '       ', ��������� i ' - ��������� .  Come in unci look over the - largest line' of Tweed .and  Worsted Samples ever'shown in West. We can take'your  measure and have your suit made by, the largest wholesale  tailors in-Canada. - We guarantee the lit SO YOU RUN NO  RISK.    Wc can give you'a first, class tailored'suit in  a large  range of nice cloths, made,to  your measure, a great .choice  of   styles   to choose ,'ihfif)  . 'from,  at . V*U  Again we-can get ,'yoii any  slyle of'co'at you want. One  of 'the .leading styles .-is/a"  Chesterfield, comes'just below  ,tlio knee, beautifully tailored,  ;velvct collar,' made-to "your,  measure,*fit guaran- ".��������� V������^r  ,'  'teed at     0'^  Come in  and see  these they  'will certainly interest you. ,  - , < *   * .    .-  You run no risk  ",. ;    ,   ,'    -,. ',:���������   '  Fit Guaranteed.  C.B flume & Go. Ltd.  DEPARTMENT STORE.  Kost, 33 500,000.  ' li  ;: IMPERIAL; liNt OF CANADA  C.ipitBi'Xu'tliorized, ^1,000,000.' Capital'Paul Op, 33 300,000  '.'f._l    \i"'.-',Head Office,'Toronto) Ontario.  rKr:uicli05 in Iho'-Northwost Torritorios, Manitoba, Outnrio and' Qaoboc.   -    -.  Ami   tho following points in   British'Columbia:    tir.uibrook. Qolaon,  '     Nolsuu, Rovolstoko, Trout Lako, Arrowlioud, Vaucouvor and Victoria.    .  ''''?.' r * -* .      ������ ���������', * .  T' R  MrnRiTT,- President.'       D. ii. Wilkic, Vico-l'ro?idont and Gouoral Manager.  E. Hu, A-sisUntlGouoral Muungor.    W. Mopi'at, Oliiof Inspector.  Revelstoke Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  Savings Dopartmout,���������Doposit"! Koeoivod and lntorostAllowod.  Drafts sold availablo iu all parts of Canada, Uuitod Statos and Europe.        <-  Special attention'uiven to collodions. A. E. Puipps, Managor  COUNTY  COURT.  The County Court opened Wednesday and Judge Forin was' kept .busy  till Thursday "afternoon disposing of  the business: . The following eases  were heard,: ; ,-,'  .Trout Lake Townsite Company v.  E. L.'-Ivinman���������Claim. $200 balance  of purchase of land at Trout Lake. 'J. M.  Scott for pltn". and G. S. McCarter for  deft. It appears deft, had paid $200  for an option on some, lots and,a  balance of $200 was required to complete the transaction. Deft, put in n  counter-claim for 'refund of the $200  lie had paid, JI is Honor decided the  transaction ^vas'closed as it stood and  refused to give judgment for the pltfV.'  on the original claim and for the deft,  on'the claim' for .refund of deposit,  without costs to either side. ��������� '  ,A.'Carlson v. >V. Fleming���������This  was a claim for $ LOO for alleged breach  of agreement not to enter into livery  business on deft."selling to pltfV. Mr.  McCaiter for pltfV. and -Mr. Scott for  deft. /The court held theie ��������� was-no  bieach of agreement" and fg.'ive judgment for deft.- ��������� ' v ���������' ���������  pCaley Bros. .,%'.' McGcwan���������Claim  $57.50 for board. Mr. Eriggs'for pltff.  for, whom judgment .was given with  costs. , ',  _.i  , Ch ief Young \\_Craig���������Claim $159.-  30 and young'v~. Scott claim $92 for  board. Mr. McCarter ' ior pltfl'., for  whom judgment was given with costs  in' each case. ' ��������� /  Mrs. Powers v. McLennan and Diamond���������Claim $137.50 for services. Mr  .Br'iggs for pltlV. and,Mr. Elliottjor  deft. Judgment'for $77.50. '  ' S. McMahon, v. W. G. W,atson���������  Claim on disputed account. Mr. McCarter for pltff. and' Mi\ Briggs "for  deft.' /Judgment for" p'ltfr. [for $10  without costs.'        t _        '      ,  In chambers letters'of administration were granted'1 to G.'S. McCarter,  oflicial administrator/in the estates of  Jus. Little, who-was killed at Camborne,-and J. iSjoberg, the t victim of  the recent shooting affray. Several  garnishee orders were also made.-  THE A. E. GEORGE COMPANY  il  B  /' \t  the Nex  s 1-3 o:  for Cash  For the Next Ten  Days to further reduce our stock we  will give 1-3 off all  our regular prices  in our Dry Goods  and Men's Furnishing Department.  1  ESERVE  TERMS   CASH.  THE A. E. GEORGE COMPANY.  CITY SCHOOL  Gets High, Enconium From Do-  \       minion Exhibition.  On Thursday Mr.- Floyd, secretary  to the "schoolt, trustees, received the  following .letter from Mr. Wilson of  tho Education Department:  "Diploma awarded to the public  school of your city for school exhibit,  at'the Dominion Fair just closed has  been forwarded to Principal Miller.  Allow me to offer the congratulations  of .the school exhibit committee on  the high character of the work presented by the'pupils of the Revelstoke  public school.  . Yours truly,  David Wilsox,  Secretary School  Exhibit Committee.  "CHURCHES.  St. Peter's���������Tomorrow is the 18th  Sunday after Trinity' and the usual  services will be held at S and 11 a,, m  and 7.30 p. m.  Kxbx���������A. meeting of Kamloops  Presbytery has been called at Revelstoke on Nov. 8th, at which Rev. J.  R. Robertson, of Grand Forks, will be  inducted into his charge of 'Knox  Church.  Rev. C. \V. AVhyte will probably  conduct the services tomorrow at 11  a. 111. and 7.30 p. ni.  Methodist���������The location of the  Methodist Church is altered from the  site originally proposed on Second  Street to corner of Third Street and  McKenzie Avenue. '  The Rev. Mr., and Mia. Hcnnigar,  who are on their way to the inland  Province Chuan, in Cliina, will be the  guests of Rev. and Mrs. Sutherland  over Sunday. Mr. Ilennigar will  speak in the Opera House both morning and evening, in the evening  especially upon the journey to and the  work in China.  St. Andrew's���������Rev. \V. C. Caldcr  will preach in the evening on the  battle of Trafalgar, aiid death of Nelson.  C. P. R.  TELEGRAPHS  Will  Open Office in Business  Part-of City.      ?,'  A strong deputation from the Board  of Trade waited on Mr. Kent, general  manager C.' P. K. Telegraphs, Stipt.  Wilson and other oflicials of the com-  pany on Thursday and urged that the  commercial telegraph office be moved  to the business part of the city. Aid.  Lewis presided ' at the meeting and  expressed the views of the deputation  'which were endorsed by 'Mr. Lind-  mark. >,,    '    ���������/:  The visitors asked whore the deputation wanted the office, located,, and  Messrs. Lewis and Lindmark said anywhere in the business centre of the  city���������McKenzie ^Avenue \'or First  Street.'"The���������C. P. It. owned lots on  McKenzie'Avenue . which' would be'  suitable for'the purpose. ���������;     ',,   ,  MiV Kent,said the company was of  course after.business,:.and were, prepared to go .where tliey ;could get it'  best, and steps would be taken to give  effect to the wishes of the deputation.,  CITY COUNCIL.  MAN KILLED  run  Y. M. C. A.  Mr. Moore, railway secretary of the  Y. M. C. A., will be in the city and  will hold a meeting tonight of all  interested in the plans for the building at the Y. M. C. A. rooms on  Second Street.  Mr. Moore will address a men's  meeting in the Opera House at 3.30  on Sunday. Every young man in  town shouid be out to give Mr. Moore  a good hearing.  The contract for construction of the  basement of the Y. M. C. A. has been  let to E. C. Fromey, who will puBh on  the work immediately, so that the  superstructure of the portion to be  erected this fnil can be gone on  with.  During the absence cf Supt. Kil-  patrick, J. 1'. Forde, C. P. R. resident  engineer, will act in his place on the  Board of Directors of the Y. M. C. A.  Section Foreman Hellener  Over by Train.  , On"Wednesday night'.as No. 2 was  coming past Malakwa, Engineer Arm-  ssrong observed a man lying on the  side of the,, track' aiid pulled up the  train as ..quickly as possible. With  Conductor. Iiopgood he, went back to  where he saw the man and found his  head had ;been badly crushed. He  was still alive,ihowever, and was put  in'the baggage car to bring ,him on to  Revelstoke, but he died on the way.  Deceased was in,charge of the Chinese  gang at Malakwa and lived at _ Craig-  ellachic. ���������', He leaves a wife and three  children. '   .,  -An inquest was held yesterday afterr  noon before Dr.Cross"and the following jury : iH.- Floyc'.,-\(foreman),'A.  Williamson, J. H.'Robinson, S.'"Mac-  donald,J.E. Taylor, and F: Crick.  Evidence was given by Willis Arm-  str6ng,R.'Watmorc 'and vDr: Sutherland, aiid-a, verdict, of ('accidental  death was returned, and no -blame  attaching to anyone.     -      ' "���������  NAKUSP.  Kroni Our Own Coi'rcspondciil.  Mr. and Mrs. 11. Day, who have been  visiting friends in the east for the  past six weeks, have returned home  again.' '  Capt. and Mrs. Dougal returned  from Portland last week.  The opening of the Catholic Ohiucli  will take place on Oct. 29th.  Norman Thomas is the proud  possessor of a monkey, which was  captured by the freight train crew  about ten miles from Nakusp. 'It' is  supposed to have escaped from a circus train which passed , through here  some three months ago.  O.- A. Maybe spent .Sunday in  Arrowhead.  Rev.- Mr. Johnson, of Arrowhead,  hold service in the English Church  last Sunday.  Rev. Dr. Herd 11111 n, of Calgary,  spent a day in town the guest of Rev.  D. K. Allan.  REAL ESTATE  Great Activity in   Revelstoke.  Real estate in Revelstoke bus probably never been so active as at pro-  sent, and never a week piusses but  some deals arc going through. The  most important .transactions that  have taken place lately aie the purchase by W. Hews from C. F. Lindmark of the building occupied hy  Messrs." Scott and Briggs, and the  Herald, on First St., the purchase by  F, W. Brown from C. F. Lindmark of  the building occupied by him as a  cigar store, and the purchase liy It.  Howson from the Revelstoke Insurance Agency of the lots between the  right of way and corner of First tit.  and Connaught Ave., a property .that  promises to be one of the hust business  sites in the city. J. Carmichnel has  purchased A. E. Kincaid's houfc mid  lots on First Street and other deals  are pending, H. A. Brown has purchased from the Methodist Ghuich  their lots on Second street.  Judge Sproat has sold a number of  lots in the Farwell estate.  Get a copy of "Picturesque Revelstoke" - to send to your friends.  Price $1.  Special meeting Monday. Picsent:  'The ' Mayor,''Aid. Foote, McCarter,  Lewis, McLcod. ��������� ,,''  ' ,'   ', 'COllKKSI'OXimNOE.' '  Wt-Hamilton Mftr. Co. advising  shipment of'nvuchinery for new power  plant. ��������� , .  o 1 r  Supt. Kilpatriclc refusing payment  of claim for false alarm'..  ,Supt. Robinson,' educational supt.,J  advising Revelstoke was advanced to  second class'and redued grant.���������Mr.  Floyd said- this meant increasing the  cost of education to the city by ijifiOO,  but Mr. Robinson had admitted he had  not intended making the change at  present. ���������   r   ,  R. Gordon, reporting lcpairs required ufrMiower house.���������.New roof to, be  put on. ,    ,  On It. Gordon's report that, 'power  house dam wanted repairing it was  resolved to1 have an engineer examine  it.' '   "    ' t ,  , '\V. Hews' request for sidewalk'and  .i     1, >  J.-Nelson's for" water,  and   rebate   of  taxes were laid over.' 4\  Dr. Chipperficld was allowed #10 on  claim of $25 Mr attending prisoner. '  , The rtax,'bylaw, levying   15   mills  general   and  M 1-2 mills special rate  was passed.   ",'    ' b'   '  Petition of village settlers for' light  was referred to committee, and that of  east eiuPsottlers for water was granted'  mqlsq������s"������ank.   ^_t" ,      V '  A Brilliant Annual Statement.  1   The Montreal correspondent of the  Toronto Globe  telegraphs' as 1 follows  under date of October 11th:'  , " Special   interest attaches   to  the  annual statement of the'MolsonsBank  for the year ending September 30th,  which was  made  public  today,'Us ,it  marksthc fiftieth anniversary of this  institution.   Iu this interval of half 11  century the Molsons Bank  has  never  skipped .a   dividend,   andr the 'total  amount paid  to stockholders during  that "period aggregates  no  less ,tha'n  !f(i,!)J8,000, being '.an average  rate of a  little over 8 per cent, per year  for the  entire  period.    The   lowest   dividend  ever paid was 5 per cent., 'this being  during the dark days of the seventies,  while in", later   years . dividends have  been made at the rate of 8,  0  and  10  per cent per aunum.     Net  profits for  the past year wore $399,000 after making nil usual deductions for  bad  and  doubtful debts, etc.   The item of bank  premises now stands  at $d00,000,' an  increase of $100,000 over last year.   A  large sum, much larger  than this difference represents, has been   put .into  bank   buildings,     including   the   St.  Catharine branch,  now  building, and  bank structures at Winnipeg."  iwaTa'kwa.  ��������� I'Voin our own corrcspomloiiL <.  G. Finucane and J. St. George came  in from Crazy Creek during the week.  They will engagcMn trapping in that  vicinity this winter.  A gang of forty Chinese has been  engaged since Saturday last levelling  up the track at the bridge one mile  east of station.   .  Philip, an Indian from Endeiby,  shot a large black bear at Gorge Cieek  last Saturday.  Snow fell on the level on Tuesday  morning to the depth of three fourths  of an inch, but it all disappeared l>y  noon.  ' C. Erikson is busy this week getting  out a car of vegetables and Mr. IJrulin  a cur of posts for the C. P. R.  Although on the main line of 0. P.  R., we have no means here "f ascertaining when the passenger trains  are likely to arrive. This is extremely  inconvenient when a train is some  hours late. However, wc have  grounds for Imping this will be  remedied next, summer.  Itoiidniiislcr K. Watmorc is back  after a holiday at the coast.  A Carload of Chbiee  I ^--TD/^V/O/IiTOI OC<   jLlst  t0 'hand,'" including', new  Salt'  vJTJl UUCl J. do    Herring, Mackerel,,Cod and Salmon,,  ,p      <    ���������        , Chilliwacklloney, andlotsofdelicaces  , Two 'Cars Aslieroft and, Okanagan Potatoes;  ,,'. ���������     Vegetables/Fruit.,   ,��������� ���������  One Car Ogilvie Flour,.aiid all kinds-of season-,  able,goods arriving daily.-������������������       ,:;~  Have our driver call or send in your order.(    We do not tell fairy tales  about selling goods in small lots at wholesalcfigurei/but we guarantee  , '   satisfaction and prices right.  BOXJRME Bros;  H I5ADQ.UARTERS FOR^ROCERIES, HARDWARE; STOVES , etc  Art Elegant  Overcoat. ,  The "PREMIER  latest Fit-Reform'creation in  '��������� Overcoats.       vu   ' ''     ,      -.'" "  We had the idea'from L,ondon���������  ' modified it'to suit >die Canadian  ' gentleman's ideas of -good taste���������   -  Vand designed the handsomest Over-,-,  coat shown this season. , -  "If you want something out , of' the  ordinary, ,yet in irreproachable style  ���������wear the "PREMIER." "  $15, $18,.S20 tip  No Poison in Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy.  F10111 Napier, New Zealand, Herald;  Two years ago the riiarmacy Iioaid of  New South Wales, Australia, had an  anahsis iniido of all the cough medicines that were hold in that market.  Out of the entire list they found only  one that they declared was entirely  free from all poiiona. This exception  was Chamberlain's 'Cough Remedy,  made by the Chamberlain Aledicine  Company, Des Moines, Iowa, U. S. A.  The absence of all narcotics make this  remedy the safest and best that can be  had; and it is with a feeling of security that any mother can give it to  her little ones. Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy is especially recommended by  its makers for coughs, colds, croup and  whooping cough. This remedy is for  sale by all druggists.  The only Rt-Referm Wardrobe here is" at  J. G. Macdonald, Revelstoke.  THE MOLSONS BANK  , <r       Incorporated by Aol of Parliamont, IS.",.  ���������    HEAD OFFICE,       .      - - MONTREAL.  Wji. Molson Maci'heIison, >Pres.   1 a. II. Rwing, Vice-Pres.'  Jamics Elliot, General Manager.  Capital paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  Everything in  necessary delay.  Interest credited twice a year  deposits. "  ���������  - W. II.' PRATT, Manager,  way of banking business transacted without un-  i  it current rates on Savings Bank  Revelstoke, B. C.  J  Merchant  Tailors.  'Everything a gentleman wants in the line of tailoring.  Our stock is new and up-to-date.  ' ��������� <  Pressing and cleaning promptly attended to.  First Street, Opposite Union Hotel, Revelstoke.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABHAHAMSON    BROS.,    PROPRIETORS.  Newly built.     First-class in every respect.    All modern conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms.  Rates $1.50 per Day. SpeciallWeekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under  same   management THE KOOTENAY MAIL .  ^be Ikootena^ flbaU  PUBLISHED   SATURDAY.  I   '   ' , , ���������AT��������� ' ,  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.  Including poitaije lO'Knglnml, Uniied Suite  i        and (Jamida.  By the roar [through posiorlicu]    ?-.0O  Half       " "      ,       ���������'      1.--'.)  Quarter "   r,   " ���������'.      "IB  Including (Jliri-itmad Mail 5(ie. extra.  ADVERTISINO   RATES.  Measurement?  Xonpariel (12 "Iino=i miikc one  inch).    Preferred  pcutiom,  2.1  ]>ei'  cent,  additional.   Jlirth-., Marriiiirvti mid Deaths  oOc.  each  in-oriion.    All. lulvurtNomcnl-.  subject to the approval of tho iiiaiiiigoinent.  Wanted and Condensed Advciliscinunls:���������  Agents Wanted, Help  Wanted, Situation^  wanted.    Situations     Vacant,    Teachers  Wanted, Mechanics Wanted, 10 words or  lesn 'iia., each additional word two cents.  ,  Changek in standing advertisements must  '    be in by 9 a. m. Ihuriday of each week to  "secure good display.   Standing advertising  matter will be changed twice a month without   uxtra   charge      For  more  frequent  '  ,   alteralionj the  tune occupied  in making  same will be charged at usual r.itci.  expenditure on the Beaton-Cam-  borne road has been unsatisfactory  from the opening of the road.  "W|hat it wants is a substantial vote  suflicicnt to put ita in really good  shape, when it could then be easily  kept in that condition.  JOB PRINTING promptly executed at reimon-  able rates. . '  TERMS���������Cash.   Subscriptions payable in a<V  vance.   * ,  CORRESPONDENCE invited   on matters of  public inlereRt.   Communications to Kill-  ,   lor   must  be  accompanied   by .niinie  of  writer, not ncccsnnrily for publication, bill.  ' as evidence of good faith.   Con espondence  should bo brief. ������������������ '    ���������  We request our numerous readers to  favor us with their assistance in  makinff tho KOOTENAY MAIL, the  most valuable ad ventisinfr medium  ���������'In"' trie Kootenays by' g-ivinff tho  preference when making1 purchases to those fipms, who are  reg-ular advertisers in the KOOT"  'NAY MAIL.  D  R.   MORRISON,  D B N 'J' I S T.  , ' .       i-i.-ici::  T      , NEW,     AWKKNOE   1ILOCIC,  v.        Mclvcnzie Avenue.  E  DWARD A. HAGGEN,  Mining Engineer,      ,- ,  (Mem. American Institute Mill ng Engineer-)  iiudian Mining i     titutc.)  Rv \ ELSTOKE, B. 0.  Examination of and reports 'on Mineral Properties a Specialty.  TTUGH   S.-CAY LEV,  . Barrister and Solicitor.  OFFICE���������Corner of First Sti ret  and  Sir Freddie Borden's proposal  to make rifle marksmanship a pari  of the, training for tho older bo)S  of the public and high j schools  sliould'have hearty support. Each  school should have its cadet corps,  with frequent target practice during  the summer month's and field drill.  Such 'a training will do much to  promote the national spirit among  the youth of the land and -.lay, the  foundation for a force of sharpshooters whose value in defence of  the interests of���������the nation would be  inestimable. From these ���������' cadet  corps the senior militia corps would  find a strong'recruiting force.  Now that the location of the C.  I1. ii. Telegraphs in the business  centre of the city'is to be' decided  on a move should bo mado'to have'  the Express Company open an  oflico there, also. ,Tlie ' present  location of the rCxpress oflico is  most,inconvenient 'to the public  and when the C. I'. li. Telegraphs  arc building their oflice'it would he  a good opportunity of, having  accommodation also provided for  the express company. We suggest  the Board of Trade lake this  vigorously in hand; when no-doubt  they will achieve as success!iil'ro-  sults as with.the Telegraphs.  Boyle Avenue, Kevelstoke, Hi p.  H  ARVEY, McOARTER-  , AND PJNKHAM,  BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.  Offices :   Moisoxs   Ba.n-k ' Block,   Rkvki.-  stoke, 13. C.  Money to loan.'  Offices: Revelstoke, B. C; Fort Steele, B. C.  Geo. S. McCakteh,    ,  A. M. Pinkham,  Revelstoke, B. C.  J. A. IIauvev,    .  Fort Steele, B. C.  J. M. Scott, LL.H.  :\COTT, AND  ���������\V.'I.]lriKB-i.  BRTGG  QCOT]  > Ci'Barristers, Solicitors', Etc.  - Money to Loan ������  Solicitors kou Molsons Bank  First Street. Revelstoke, B.V.  ^be rikootena\> fllbail  <UN'lQN(#fflLAB������L>  SATURDAY, OCTOBER-21; 1905-  President Roosevelt is following  in the wake of Canada and proposes setting" up a federal railway  commission with full control of  freight and railway administration.  John Burns 51. P., the celebrated  English labor leaderi'has expressed  his high appreciation of the splendid work being done by the Dominion Department of Labor.  Burns knows what he is talking  about, for no man has made a  more intense study of labor pro-  1 blem?.  "One of the finest tributes to the  administration ' of the Laurier  government is found in the fact  that Canadian securities rank  among the highest in the world.  France is a country of great financial reputation, yet Canadian 3 per  cents command a higher price in  the world's money market than  French securities of similar grade.  ���������    FISIJ CREEK MATLS.  There   having  been   some complaint about   the   mail   service   to  Fish Creek   points   we .have made  enquiries into the matter'and  'find  the'position ' to   be '-as'   follows':'  When the morning train is late on  arrival at Arrowhead   the  captain  of the steamer liad instructions  to  wait an hour,  and   if   the  train-is  not then 'in   to_ proceed'to, North  Arm points'so that the steamer can  return-with passengers  and .mails  in time forpthe outgoing  afternoon  train.     In   this way the mails and  passengers by'the   morning  train  would of course'miss the  outgoing  boat if the train were over an hour  late and would have to lie over till  the.afternonn,   or   if   the steamer  .waited for  the morning train the  passengers and  mails  would, .have  to miss,the outgoing   train f,in the I  afternoon.     The C. P. Ii. will not|  hold its train for the boat,' so 'that  the company must do one thing or  the other.     They  have,  however,  laid the matter- before   the  postal  authorities   at   Ottawa   and   will  abide by their decision as to which  course they are to take.     We trust  this explanation .will clear up  the  misunderstanding   that   has   prevailed at Camborne as to the Piper  missing  the morning  mail bv refusing to   wait  any   time  for   the  train.  The provincial government  should instal a provincial lock-up  at Arrowhead. A? police matters  there have to be run at present,  prisoners have to be brought to  Revelstoke to be locked up and  then tent on to Kamloop:-. wherea.-.  with a proper lock-up the- Arrowhead police officer and magi.-traies  at Arrowhead could attend to all  the busim,'���������' there with considerable  saving to the government.  The C. P. It. .-hould endeavor to  improve the service from the south.  The twitching engine has been  taken away from Arrowhead and  there is a great deal too much work  for the pas.-enger and freight  engine, with the result the south  train is frequently delayed an hour  or two. If the C. P. li. will not  give a better service with the south  when it starts the proposed new  service things might as well remain  as they are.  Great complaints aremadeabout  the state of the Camborne-Beaton  and the Beaton-Trout Lake roads.  The government should take steps  to have these roads placed in first-  class condition.      The hap-hazard  ZINC COMMISSION  Enquired About Revelstoke Ores  Dr. A. E. Barlow and Joseph Keele,  of the Geological Survey. we;e in the  city Thursday in connection with the  zinc commission, their sobject being to  obtain all the information they could  about the zinc ores of this section for  the purpose ot" laying it before tho  zinc commission with whoso lahnrs  they are connected. They met Messrs  Woolsoy. Woodrow, Reitrhly. McCarter, J. 13. McKeruie and others who are  interested in zinc properties, and who  supplied much information, Thoy request that the Hoard of Trade prepare  a -mutuary of the most reliable information they run got nn the /.inc ores  of the district and wnil it in  Tin' enminio-inn will make a  thorough investigation of the iniMnc  and occurrence nf the onv, mid of the  b'j.-t mean.-of treating them for .-hip-  nicnt, and when .-pring opens .irrange-  menta will lie made to e.vaminc the  properties showing most merit.  RAIL AND.STEAMER.,  Three wrecks occurred on the Can-,  adian Pacific on Friday between Fori  William, and Winnipeg within 12  hours. Westbound pnssengcr f)(J ran  into an open switch, -a freight tiaiii  was derailed, four box car������ were demolished in a head-on collision between two freights.  ��������� It was the intent ion t of the 0. I'. K  to move Jie old station back to, tho  bill and use it iu the commercial  tclegiaph office. In its pioposed  position this office, would have been  more inconvenient to the public than  ever.  , Some mystery surrounds the construction of the .Midway-Vernon railway, and every endeavor has been  made to kuep it dark who is really  putting through the work. Wo have  it on the best aiithoiity the roaiMias  been acquired by the C. P.'R., who arc  putting up the fluids for the'road as  aii' oflsct against Great,  encroachments. '  M  Grind progiess' is being made on the  new Canadian Pacific steamer now being built at the. Nelson shipyaidh.  Tho hew steamer will he the l.irgcst  of the Kontonay-fleet, Leing nine feet  longer than the Kossland. She will  nl.io have the largest number of staterooms of any of llie boat-, and 'jvill be  fitted with bath loonis.ancl other conveniences, so piis-cngers on the Crow's  .Nest line will have every comfort.  Tho McBriilo government i.-.' reserving six square miles on Bute inlet  for the Pacific terminus oP the Canadian Northern,  , The new C.'P. K. station will be  completed about the end, of, this  mouth. -��������� ' '  Spie.id rails'caused a. bad wreck to  the passenger train on the Crow's Nest  road on ' Friday, in which several  passengers were hurt. W. A. Galliber  M. P., was in the smash-up.' ���������  At the 'meeting 'in London of the  Grand Trunk it was stated the company had decided on the location of  its terminus '25 miles south of Port  Simpson,'which is understood to be  ICaien island.  G. McL. Brown, supt. .ofVCr'P. 'P.  dining and parlor cars,us visicmg li.  C.  When the ' fast ' service. , between  lievclstoke and 'Nelson' is put on the  steamer service between Nakusp und  Kobsdn will be tri-woekly.  Trainmaster Stevens, of Vancouver,  will act 'as superintendent of the  Mountain and Shusw.ip division during Supt.,Kilpatriuk's absence on his  holiday trip. -< ' t  No', i whs delayed -over 1G bonis  Wednesday by ,l freight train being  wiecked at Gladwin, weat of IC.iin-  loops.  K. Miirpole, General - Superintendent, Pacific .Division C. I'. Ji., returned Sunday from Winnipeg, whither  be went to confer with Mr. Whyte  and representatives of conductors mid  trainmen relarive to an improvement  of conditions on the Pacific Division,  lie stated that a very amicable agreement was reached.  The Imperial Limited will cease  running west of Ciilgnry on Oct. 29th.  Kootena    LocIkc No. 15 A.F, & A.M.  The regular ineol-  "i?i- Ii'Bi- a���������-' l������t--ltl in tlio  dTl   iluponic      Temple'  ���������������������������*'��������� -"  coined. >  C. -A. J'UOCU'XIKIt. Smuri'.iiiY.  SELKISK LODGE. NO   12. I. O. O. F.  Aleuts every TliiirMln  IS!)        ^SiT^V  ovoiiliiBlnOililKelloHs  ������������'      ���������������. jj(li[     (lt    s    O.ciot|._  VihUliiK brethren cor  iliiilly invited to nl  tend.        '  J. MATHIE/Siw  (!. 1). I'AIjMKK. N.O.  fL������m&47iSe<ji'  COMAPLIX.  ��������� We arc looking forward here to  actiycindustrial development.' The  liowman Lumber Company have in  hand preparations for the construction  of the big mill which will icplace the  one now being operated here. With  this new mill the company can largely  increase their output. This will'in-  iVortliern urease their labor ��������� force and the import mice of the town considerably, so  that residents look forward confident!}'  to better times than ever.  Comiiplix 'will yc'trbc one of the  finest resorts on the lake." 'There is  no "liner place to spend a midsummer  holiday with its boating and fishing,  wealth,of beautiful scenery, and at no  distant date wo hope to have fruitgrowing established on' a linn, basis  and grow fruit that cannot be  on (ho lake.      .> '      , ���������.  lieaicn  ST. LEON.  ^/^^'<e4^/^^t'p^Le^i^Cd-/o, i&*t^y ves Saf&su&u, nasties  f i       ii l i-U  A Baker's Triumph  The ' Moohey- Baker '.cannot'  produce' anything   better  than  Mooney's Perfection,;  Cream Sodas  The' very best of flour', butter  and cream ��������� the' most, modern  plant, the very best baker in.'  Canada. A biscuit superior to  any other you have ever tasted.  Say "Mooney's" to your grocer.  Ask,your Dealer . '  .   For *'  '     ���������  r  Maple Leaf  " Rubbers  The lines made for durability possess,n. remarkable degree of style, while  the stylish lines are very  durable.  You   cannot    make    a  mistake in buyingRubbers  if the emblem of the. Dominion is branded on'them '  ���������you may if it-is not:    -  Ask for and insist, on  getting'Maple ���������Leaf Rub-'  bers���������there are no'others  just as-good.   - ���������  J. Leckie Co. Ltd.  Vancouver. B..C:.  * l  t~   ' i-     i l  ,Selling Agents for tlic West.  Alphonsus De Feo  ,,  .      ��������� PROFESSOR,     '  OF PIANO  Lessons 50c. Each.  Given at Mr. Dominic Oallicono,  ' ��������� 'licarStation. ���������"  Music supplied at "At Homes" and  Dances.  CANADIAN METAL COMPANY, LTD.  SMELTERS,    FRANK,'   ALTA.  BUYERS OF  rv Zin'c-bearing Silver-Lead Ores.    Properties carrying Zinc  ,.r   . Ores-bonded, developed and purchased."  FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GIVEN  t To, owners 'of mineral-properties .carrying, zinc-bearing ores  ;    in,payable quantifies.'   Send particulars of,zinc ores and  ���������;,    ���������      ., ���������    properties to-    '    . '., r      ,���������_  -" t; ';_._.' __.'',.,  >" E. A.  HAGGEN, Revelstoke...  '.-,    -^ 'v      |t "��������� Agent for Canadian Metal Company  20S ' ' for North East Kootenay,.North West Kootenay and Yale.  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably'furnished with the choicest the market'     ,     y ,  ���������  r "affords. ;'-Best Wines,  Liquors, & Gigars.      ."'**'-  Rates $i-ai'day.'   Monthly rate. ''l~'-   ;   .  ,'  ���������    "���������'-';  CT.    ALBERT,'   JST03STE      JPJEIOF.  When You'Havea^Bad Cold  -Logger Attempts Suicide. ���������  On Sunday afternoon D. McMinn,  employed at a logging camp near  Halcyon, attempted, suicide, cutting  his throat with a raz.or at tiie St. Leon  Hotel. He wai- thirteen yens in the  Brbish aimy in India. He i-* supposed to be in.-ane and wan hroughi to  Re.velitoke by Conatahle Campbell of  Airowhead.  LUMBERING.  Jt, i.s imderntoo I the Orand Trunk  I'aci/ic haa now an order of seven million fret of lumber to place with I{. fj.  mills.  The Mundy Lumber Company are  making considerable improvements to  their mill properly and townsite ;ii  Three Valley. When lighted up at,  night by the electric light the mill  and townsite present a mopt effective  scone. They are putting in a complete machine shop and a water  power plant is being put in to operate  this and the electric light plant while  the mill is shut down for winter.  REVELSTOKE  SHOPS.  High Compliment to their  Efficiency.  While ftir Thin?. .-Uiauglnl'.."-^" was  in tbi' west he paid the highest i-uin-  pliment th.it can li<> pi id by an ollici.il  of the big railway to the- iiiccli.inicil  stall' of the Mountain l>ivi.-ion, >t���������ir-  ingtlio pow. r here ua- in I be bet ,  shape nl" .my on the road. Thi- i- .11  high compliment to M,i->ter  Mechanic |  Phipps    aiirl     hoeoni ,tive      I'Vic in '  Anthony, ,'iurl llif st iIV of tbe Kevfl J  stoke-hops, who hiue ii-iifon to be!  ptvud of th(' siicfcsful rn.ii.iirr ui J  which they have handled tli'- po\w i I  entrnsterl to tbeir carr-, .mil tb.it ml  the fiiec of nn exceptionally bi|-y i  hcijoii inula big strain on Ihcpnjjuicj.'  ft    H   understood    the     Id wlst'ikc'  Yoi: want a remedy that will not.  only give quick relief but elfcct :i permanent cure.  You want a remedy that will relieve  the lungs and keep expectoration easy;  You want, a remedy that will counteract any tendency towards pneumonia.  Yon want a remedy that is pleasant  and safe to take.1 .  ���������  Chamberlain's cough remedy, meets  all these requirements and for the  speedy and permanent cure of bad  cold? stands .without a peer. For sale  by all druggists.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  The only snf ooffcctunl inonthl/  medicine on which women can  depend.' Sold in two degrees of  strength���������No. 1, tor .ordinary  cases,?l]icrbox; No. 2, 10 de-  gree9 stronger  for Special  nsea, ?3 per bos. Sold by all  (Intimitis. Ask for Cook's Cotton Koot Compound; take no  substitute.  The Cook Medicine Co.,      Windsor, Ontario.  Tenders for a License to Cut Timber  on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia-  QEAf.KD TEXDKUSiuldrcs-.cd to the Timber  IJ and 'Mine, lir.inch, Department of the  Interior, :ind marked on I hu envelope " Tender  for Timhyr liertli No. Jlii," will bo received .it  thi- ilcpartrncnt until noon on Wednesday, the  J2ml day of -Vo\ ember, lflu.3, for a Iieen-o to cut  titribf.- on Ilcrth No. Ilfi, situate i-i about  Tu'-Mi-hip JO, Itan^e ^>.wu-,t of .1th Meridian on  Aldi rCn-i-k. ��������� oiniiicncliiBdb the intersection of  Alder (.'reck with the rf. \V. boundary of Block  1 of T. I). 10: thence up =,iid cr,eolr I miles in a  dircl i!i-t,ui((i uilli a depth of CT eh,inn on  < ai-ii -irlv therfiif, ini'-wuied tit riKla'aii^los to  lb'- K"ii. rai b.-ririnLf nf ^imj creek within Llie  b'Tt h.. ontain.iiK an arciL of U ^i|iiare null"-,  innr" or lc������<, the lower bounrlary of theberlli  te In. the A W. boundary of Hlock 2 n! V. II. 10,  mm the upper boundary to be drawn ,'it ri^ht  .iii������r..j to tin Ki'iii-riii hPariiiK of Llie Meek  w it hiii thf b.-rlli. but itvrliifiinK ihereforni any  portion of T I'.. Jlti and of Towi >hin^. ItaiiKi'  i:i*. ulncb may fall .villnn tb<: above d<���������' ribi d  liai t.  The regulation-, .pin* r '.vbch a liien-e will  r,������* r���������tied, aUw t.iir.i.'d form- of ti'iidi r t\\ul  i nu I.iiii'. ma) Ih* oboiiiM tl at |ju^ l)x ji irliu.'iil  ..! ill (In- iiin<.������'..f l|...l'-i������.| Tni.li"r \t;|.|lt at  N"w VV fstrnin-0 r, II. '.',  ha. h I. nd* r inu-l h'1 v i ..iiipaiui d !j> an  a, r *>(.!. .1 .'hfjii'' *.n a i b irt* n d I. ink in fai out  or rln- |)i-Mui) of Lb" .Mim-t.r of the Inli nor.  for tli*. amount of the Ikjiiim whi.lilb.* .i(jIiIi-  . nil ,- i.r.'par. d to \i i. Tor iIiciim-.  N'rt i. tuU-r h> .. I. -trapli  \ lit in ( iitprl.uii' d.  I'HII.KI   (.   K'KYI',.-'.     .  -. i |i-������al>..  in juriiii. nt of tl .��������� Inl' noi,  (ma i,i, 0. i.,;,. i- rib, i-rfij. iv. i  OCEAN   STEAMSHIPS.  oyal Mall Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  ALLAN LINE-From MonLreiil.  Victorinn Sent. 211  liiiviiriun Out. li  Virginian Oct.'l.'i  Tunisian  Oct. ill  Viuloriiin Oct.2!)  (JAN. PAO. ATLANTIC S. S.-Kroiu Montreal  Lake (JlninipUiin..'. Sept. 2S  Lake Krie Oct. 12  Lake .Manitoba ; Oct. Ill  DOMINION LINK-Krom Montroal.  Dominion Kept. 2'l  011aw ,i  Sept. Ill)  Kensington Out. 7  Canada , Oct. 11  Southward Oct. 21  Dominion Oct. 2S  AMIOKKJAN LINK-Krom Now York.  St. i'a'ul s Sept. 30  Now York ���������: Oct. 1  St. Louis  Oct.  11  I'll i lad el ph in. Oct. 21  St. Paul Oct. 28  WTiri'E STAR LINK-From New York.  Teutonic SepL. 2!)  Oceanic Oct.   I  .Majestic Oct. 11  Ualtio ' Oct. IS  Teutonic    Oct. 27  CUNAIU) LiNK-1'Yoni New Vork.   '  Klriiria , Sepl. ISO  Campania ' Oct., 1  O'inbria Oct  1  L'iconia * Oct.    I  Klruria ' Oct.   7  I'.iusniixcrs tickeled tlirougli lo all n.irts of  Oreat Hntain and Ireland, and at special!} low  r.ite-i to all parts of the European coiitineut.  Apply Io nearest railway or steamship agent oi  to  T.   W.  BRA.DSHAW. Agent.   Ro elstokc  W. P. F   CUMMINGS,    Pacific   Agent  REPEATING SHOTGUN  NEW MODEL N6I7  Here Is the cheapest (food (fun yet mode. By ihe omission of ihc tale down feature we have '  bern able, lo srcally reduce die coit of produclion" and at the same time have Icepl the gun up to the  famous high fflar//n slancNrd of slrenglli, s.ifetv nnd tlllfaliilily.'   Notice the clean simplicity of  , tl"' ������un.   The workmanship and finish arc iiedect.   Tlic weight is only 7 pounds.   The full choke  barrels arc especially bored for smokeless ai'wcll as hlack powder and so chambered that 2-HJ inch or  I- c'l       il"     m,1yi !)c.,"0<'-   Scvtrnl Improvements in llie operating |urts make it the easiest, most  reliable and best working gun in cxiilence.   Wc are glad to make it possible for every lover of suns  and bird shooting to get lh������ high grade repeating shot gun at so low a price. ���������   r  1 lave your dealer order it for you.  ���������".,-* / -        ���������  "    Send for the 2l?arfi/l Catalogue and Experience Book lo-Jau. ' Free for 3 ilampl.  TfieZffiar/in ^rear/IIS ������a,42Wiilow Street, New Haven, a. -  Victorious "Through Merit.  'zuoc mark .nr.cisTr.nr.D Nov. 24, toso.  ,   OXYDONOR triumphs throup;li merit���������for yearn  it has been  the life guard of more  than-a million <  lier.-ons.     II, is (he embodiment of the highest.law  , known In human science.   In it is .concentrated the-  'experience  of the greatest scientist .of tillage.   A>  labor of love for hu inanity.  ,    No ol her agency for health lias so many faithful  friends���������none other deserves so many.  OXYDONORinstils now life into the .system; regenerates, reinvigorutos and vitalizes every organ into tho  '   ,,,       ,   , ,,   . . iiioper dNeliiu-go of (he function for which Nature  inlendud Uiciii.   lis use bungs vigorous health Willi all tlic "vigorous activity that makes  life  worth living.       .  No mailer what disease you have, this is the only natural cure for il.    There is no danger,  no pain, no doctor nor ineilicine in using OXYDONOR.       . '  ... .a wi" ,li,lM' a lifetime and serve tho whole family.   SKNI) TO-DAY for book i3 mailed free,  \\ nto us a description of your case. ^ , ,,      .  INFLAMMATORY  RHEUMATISM.  Mr. Jas. Anson, Itossland, li. C   Can., writes, March 11, 11)0!:  "Some five years ago I got  Ovydonor Tor my wife who was sullering from female weakness.   Aftera week's' use tho doctor  himself was surprised lo llnd such n chiuigo, in  fact it was enough to induce him  to get'an  Oxydonor for Ins sister. -  "Asliortlimengo my wife had anal luck of inflammatory iheniuatisni. She could not walk  and horjoints wore much swollen. She applied 0\-ydonor, and before night the pain had  eeiused, and next morning there was very little swelling, and she could walk as well as,over.  She had asimilar attack befoie we got Ovydonor, and was under a doctor's care fora month,  and siillercd agonies.  "It lias cured me of a severe cold."  BEWARE OF DANGEROUS AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.  The genuine lias tho name of " J)r. II. Sancho& Co.," plainly stamped on its metal parts.  Dp. H, SANCHE & Co., 2267 St. CATHERINE ST., MONTREAL.  The Dress lakers Favorite  ' Every stitch is a stitch of 'strength when  sew with BIDDING'S S1XK.    Garments won  seams won't ravel���������because Bclding'  and tough.  BRICKS! BRICKS!  Thi- lli'st, Clny in Ok.in,i^aii V.ilU-y  WVII-liiiriil. Ilrifks in liirjji! nr miiuI  i|iiiiiiI il ii'.s nl ii'.'isniiiilili' piit'os.  KNIiKltllY  IllflillC iVsTII.K (JO.  fifiilji'l" '      HiiiU-rliy. I!. (!.  ."ll(l[H  (IlltC.  ill    lie . ( nliirjjprl  ���������rly ,1  . 1). (i. St, w..rt,iif Vriii(:.nivor, clivinccI  up $5000 out,of his purcliiist! nf tlirs  Ashorrift potato crop.' -  'I'lio Hliiiiltty I'tirk /.nn hasVlmer.  (Iiirriiigcd by (irt; wliich do.Htro}u',\ .".oniu  of the animals.       , '"'"'V'"  Prof/; Miller, of tin: univorfily of  Perlin, says tlir; liit.o nl u. uirl will  ofttiti liring ii, rjtiiokur und more lior-  rililo (loath than the bite of a sorpuiit.  ienzie  and  artin  THE   GROCERS  Dealers   in FRUITS'  OF ALI, KINDS-! IN SKASOM  TTSIE  Royal  Grown  oap  And Hiivi- \V'r!i])ticrs for Proiiiiimiri.  PiOVAI. CIKHV.V SOAP lias no en;mil  rm t.tic: ifiiirkcf. Orop iiri a eurd and  we will iiinil yon a catalogue illustrating, fcho beautiful premiums we ofl'er.  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B. C. Limilcd  is best for machine, plain sewing, embroidery and all fancy work  because it is the strongest. Made  in all shades to match everything  you make by hand or machine.  .   Leading   dry   goods   and  fancy goods stores have Belding's  Silk.    -  .\^������\J/������\fr'e,������'eiS^^^������^.S'yA^'S^^*'?v������'ffiaWa3^S5^g^  GRAND ACCi  .JSSgEg  The Miuitcr Mcclnuilo.i.I'uro Tnr Soup honls  mill HoflniiH tlic .skin, while promptly clfnn.sing  itnf KrciiHu, nil, rust, cto Invriliinblo for me  tiliiinlCM, farinui'H, Hportdiiion. J1'1-��������� snmplo of  I'iMiulpLur 2o. for poshwo. Albert Toilet Soap  Oo��������� itiiiiitifncturers, Montroal.     \  Would'nt you like ������  to have one of these GrawlConcert Accordions ?   We ate giving theta away abso -  lutely froe to those ttho give us a small  amount of their time. We are determined  by our liberality to introduce our famous |  Good Hope Vegetable Rlla into every  home. These Pffls are a Splendid Remedy  for all weak and impure conditions of  the fllood, Indigestion, Stomach Trouble  Constipation, Weakness and all Nervous  Disorders. Ttxey are easUysold.  Send us  no monoy, just your name and address,  and we will send you Eight Boxes of  ovr Famous Remedies.  Sell them at 25c. per box (these are our regular  50c. size.)   When we receive the money for the Pills which we will send  I you immediately after you have sold the 8 boxes and returned the $2. to  us, we will then promptly send you one of these Grand Concert Acoor-  ' dions.  They have handsome ebonized case, 10 nickel keys, 2stops. double  bellows, full rich tone, and will delight and satisfy you.   Our methods  are honest and we mean just what we say.    Don't miss this chance.  Write us to-day and be the first in your lrcality.  C  ;!  '    m  GOOD HOPE REMEDY Co. Dept.  MONTREAL, CAN. I1     <  i  I    b     I  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  niture of lenses and crossiveius between the wails, the former roughly  paralelling them and tlie latter crossing from one to the other. ,      ' -  During the past year 1.058 feet have  been driven, divided us follows : JJiifis  715 feet; Crosscuts, ISo 1 2 feet; Upraises, 157 1-2 feet.     'The-results  tit-  out their length rcmurkiiblc strength,  will, upon development, reveal ore-  bodies similar in size and liehnef-s to  those alieadydiVoIoi-cd in.tIn*Slntitlni  vein. The'cross vein* upon ihe property, J am confident; enn be iclied  upon to'piove lienvy prr ducer.-, of ore.  The    proposed   .tninrAtij'    to    the  ������  \b  f       ><������  Royal Household Flour  : Is Always Uniform  ,"..'   ''-Why?    / "-.  i * i *  It is one thing,to make flour pure, well  balanced and strong, it. is another thing to w'  haverit uniformly,so���������to make flour that is.  precisely the same in purity and nutriment  , on Saturday, as on Monday���������in May as in  'November.'   -- ,'    ' ","''','  ii  r ,  Because the "Royal Household" mills  ��������� have the finest testing equipment available  ', and unlimited resources for securing ,  perfect wheat, they  can and' do  |   produce-7-every working,day in,theM  year ��������� flour off precisely ^uniform,  strength, nutriment and purity.  ',   , That is why Royal ^Household Flour  ���������makes;' always' -the very best. bread and '  " pastry," year in and year- out. ���������    ..  ��������� That is -Avhy Royal' Household Flour  , is the, most reliable���������the most successful fl6ui\  ���������and being scientifically purif.cd' by elec-  vtricity it is the purest���������the be������ of all flours.,  '��������� , '    ",      -       , ��������� . .    "       . - ������  '   The* next flour you buy ask for ''Royal  Household"���������and try it for yourself.;.  Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour.   ���������  tending  this   work  have  been satis-1 Columbia' River  is perfectly   feawtlile  factory and large bodies  of ,ore   have  and can bo operated  upon the graviiy  been exposed at difi'eient points  Realizing that 'the'1 great' bulk of  these large ore deposits were low  grade and that they would have to be  handled on a large scale to yield most  profitable results itj'was decided, in  order to get a reliable idea'of their  value, to  make  thorough   mill 'tests,  and during'the'seven   months  from   entire country.  T     i    ' -      i ���������  pniiciplu.  Taken altogether, in my judgement,  all the conditions point to this Incoming one of the greatest, copper producers hi.the Noithwcst, and indeed I  shirlJ be gieatly disappointed ir.il dots  not prove itself woithy to lank among  the greatest copper propositions, in the  yOU'LL find foot-comfort in "Canadian?>  Rubbers.     "The mark of quality" insures perfect fit, correct styles and long wear.  "    t f(  NF^3  MINING MATTERS  ..BLACK WARRIOR,  <-���������    ' ' :_    ,   ���������.      , '  Returns from Shipments. -  ���������" The' Black' Warrior shipment re-'  turns"came to hand this week/Vibe  ore ran remarkably well,' giving 94.50  o/.s. of silver, $1 in gold,  and 77.3 per  ' cent Wd,' a, total value, including  bounty of .rllli per ton. ��������� -. ��������� 0 . -  The shipment amounted 10*63,347  lbs! The property is now under lease  to S. Shunnon and associates, who are  at present running in on tho lead, and  are under agreement to run 200 feet.  ���������Review. '  THE BEATRICE  Extensive Improvements Projected.  Frank   Fullmer,   of   the    Beatrice  Mines,  in conversation   with the He-  view, stated' the company  was  being  financed by Messrs. S. S. Benson  and  . E. Coovert, of Portland, Ore.    '  During   the   fall  and winter about  1,100 feet of work  will.be done, consisting of drifts   and, raises.     When  completed   the   three   levels   will be  connected, thus  thoroughly  ventilating the mine and adding largely  to  the   facilities   for   development   and  extracting ore.     The third level at its  objective   point   will   have a vertical  depth of 425 feet.     There  is about GO  tons of .high grade ore now sacked.   It  is not the intention of the company,  however,' to ship   any   until the property is  thoroughly developed,  when  if conditions warrant some system  of  cheap transportation will be installed.  Surveyor Wilkie has  been  engaged  to make a survey of  the  workings  as  well aa the surface, and it  is thought  that by   driving 1,500   on   the   third  level,   the   Ferguson   slope   will    be  reached and the ore brought direct to  C. P. R. landing at Trout Lake.  However, tli is is only a matter of conjecture until  the survey   lines are run.  In   the   meantime   two   baby trams,  1,500 and 2,000 feet, will be put at the  present workings.  oflice building, four tunnels and ��������� the  townsite, buildings at Laurie,' mark  the extensive mining operations carried on there a few'years; ago.- The  ore" occurs in a contact .between  schist and lime and here'-an ore  shoot was worked out to a depth of  400 ft. trThe shoot is still showing on  the lowest level and it was with' a view  'to developing this by a lower tunnel  the"present bond haa'been'taken. The  ore.is galena1 and'carries, soma grey  copper.' - .  ��������� , Thcie is a fairly gobd trail to the  property. Ole Sanberg, who knows  the Lanark well, says there are  several shoots of ore showing on it,  but the one .already explored to a  depth of 400 ft. is the one which  would probably be first worked. The  property is convenient to the railway  track, the former aerial" tram between  the mine and the railway line being  only about 3000 ft. long.  THE LOST MINE  for  Discovered  and   Bonded  $240,000.  The old miners of the Big Bend left  behind them a tradition of a valuable  mineral discovery near Seymour Pass.  Year after year prospectors have  searched for the lost mine but it was  only last spring it was located on the  information of an Indian. . The property was examined by Mr.' Rogers,' of  the Nicklc Plate mine, and was bonded the other day for the large -sum of  $240,000. Armstrong people are  mainly interested in tho locations.  January 1st to July 31st, this plan has  been followed, the mill being supplied  with oie ifrom their development.  From 700 feet of drifting and raising  during this period, scarcely 100 tons of  the ground broken was put over the  waste dumps.'., , ,  ,   In addition to the, ore derived,fiom  development    three    surface    "glory  holes" were   opened _up   above three  different levels.'Kos. 5, 3B and 113,  us  a further means of testing the average  value on a large -scale^    From" these  holes  approximately 2,500   tons  were  mined'which averaged in  value from  $2.50 to $5.50 per ton in-gold. , Many  thousands of 'tons   of "this^rc" apparently exist and most'bf ,.that  near  the.surface   can   be   mined   by   the  /'glory hole" method and delivered  at  the mill for-less than $1 per ton.   '   -  During, the seven months 'referred  to; we   have   milled*" approximately  G,600 tons, (produced   as  above  mentioned', from ��������� development   and   test'  pits,) which, has   averaged   in   gross'  value $4.25 per ton.     From   this has  been recovered $3.10 jn bullion and 45  cents in concentrates  per ton   of ore.  Altogether since the'   mill 'was   built  there have been mined approximately!  14,000 tons of ore,  whiclrlias -yielded  in bullion $5.00, and   in  concentrates  35'cents per ton.'     This   gives a fair  idea of the general average values.',  , In ..regard   to costs;  owing to the  fact that so much of  our, output has  been from development, it  has  been  diflicult to   properly   adjust' mining  costs, but including''the  total^ cost of  the 700'feet of development, the  total  cost of-mining,' milling, etc., per  ton!  covering the period'that the* mill  has  been   running  from   January  1st  to  July 31st! 1905; is $3,945'.. I-may say.'  however, that   actual   mining   under  present conditions can   be carried on  for from  75 cents  to^ $2.00r per  ton,  according to location and may on the  average not exceed $1.50.     _     s        <  As these'costs   are   being   actually  realized,, with   a   10-stamp mill! with'  mining and   development   carried on  by hand, the possibilities with a large'  mill and power drills   (where   ample  water power is already  developed) are  at once apparent,  and  fully  sustains  the estimate   of   a   possible working  cost of $2.00 per ton, and as the value  of the ore   recently   treated   may   be  taken as a  reliable average of  many  thousands of tons now known to exist,  profitable * operations   are   practically  assured.  The above figures cover a period of  seven months and 1 wish to point out  that they .are being 'gradually improved , upon. Our extraction percentage and tonnage milled has., increased and the average values are  higher. ,        >'  Last month, August, the average  gross value of the ore milled was  $5.50 par ton, from which we recovered  $4.10 in bullion and approximately GO  cents per ton in concentrates. This  ore was supplied almost entirely from  development and a fair margin of  profit was made over and above all  expenses."  Trusting, this delay in   the filing of  the'full report will'not  discommode  you, J remain very respectfully you is,  llucm K. Stj;i:u:,. Engineer, '  Denver, Colo  a re  the  DRIFTS.  An important strike uf molybdenum  has been .made at the head of I'itt  Lake. _ "       , (    (   '  The Spokane Kails l'lucor'Co,  resuming operations this week tin  Lardeau River at Trout Lake. , ,  Sir Arthur Stepney, of the Stepney  ranch, is putting up money tojurthor  develop the coal find at lOnderby.  The Boar Hydraulic is being equipped with a plant which will make it  the largest hydiau'lic mine in Barkcr-  ville.      "  Slocan' mine-owners resent" ,'tlic  comments- being' passed ,in, some  quarters on the zinc commission, and  declare no^ dissatisfaction exists with  their work. ' '���������    ' '  The splendid outlook for mining in  Kootenay is showing itself in the fact  that Hall Mines Smelter shares' have  risen from Is. lid. ������,, to 3s. (id. ������  during the week.  The St. Eugene mine paid its  regular dividend on' October 1st,  two  per  cent on the capital .stock of 'the company or $70,000.     During"tlie month  of September the mine' shipped  2500  tons  of ore and"' concentrates to,the  Trail and Nelson smelters.     Tuesday  was pay day; at the mine and the sum  of^$30,000 was "distributed:     Owing to  the shaft house being destroyed as the  work of an  incendiary   the mine has  had to stop shipping. '���������  , J. A. Haralson,.an  American   mining, operator, has taken   a'bund on  16  claims on Seymour Arm and intend to  prosecute active development work as  soon' as weather permits." lie is well  pleased with his investment and after  a brief visit visit to  his 'homo  in   the  United States  will return to this province andi proceed with   the opening  up" of what he believes to be as rich a  silver-lead proposition  as   there  is in  British Columbia.   ���������      ������  Owing to the large increase in  our. Kakcry Business we have been  obliged to do away with' all old-  ** time methods and inslal new,  machinery of. the latest type,  which places us in a position to  cope wall any like concern in the  province.       .        . >      .    <  .  Call and Inspect Our Goods.  A Swell Assortment to Choose ,  From. Satisfaction  Guaranteed.  H0BS0N  & BELL  FISH CREEK  Eva Mine Gives Encouraging  Results.  LANARK MINE.  'A representative of the Mail, visited  this property the other day. The  mine is under bond to a local syndicate with a view to its development.  The Lumiik was one of the ii rut  shipping mines on the main line. G.  li. Wright, wbo built the Revelstoke  Sicamous road, and got for it the timber limits iu the Big Bend, was tho  first to operate tho Lanark. Ho packed out the ore on mules. Later an  English company took it over. They  mined out about $200,000 of ore and  quit. The property had been woll  equipped and now a big tliree storey  boarding housc~ the framowork of a  .tramway terminal, the   walls of the  Those who have travelled far and  wide over British Columbia admit  they have never seen a more promising mineral locality than Fish Creek,  and why the district has been so  persistently overlooked by mining investors is a mystery. The mines on  which most development have been  done���������the Eva, Oyster-Criterion, Beatrice and Mammoth have given a good  account of themselves. The Eva mine  is the most extensively developed  property in the camp and much value  attaches to the results of operations  there as guagmg the value of Fish  Creek from the point of view of  economic mining. Mr. Graccy, the  manager of the Eva, is a painstaking  mine manager. In his last report he  says :  "Development in the past has been  con lined largely to the two walls  called Nbs. I and 2 veins. These lie  from 100 to 175 feet apart, are paralcll  and extend for over 2,000 feet through  and beyond our property and it was  thought the ore was confined to certain shoots along these walls, but as  work progressed, it was found that  large bodies   of  ore   occurred in the  THE STANDARD MINE  Promises to Rank among Great  est Propositions in entire  .    Country.'  So says preliminary report by Hon.  Col. Steele, M. E.  Hon. Col. Steele, Mining Engineer,  of Denver, Colorado, who recently examined the Standard Mine in the Big  Bend, the property of the Prince Min-  and Development Company, has made  the following preliminary report on  his examination of the property:���������  "Owing to unavoidable delays, I  have been unable to forward you it  report of my examination of the property owned by the Prince Mining and  Development Company, and located  in British Columbia.  Awaiting the data to be furnished  to me by the surveyor, Mr. Smith, who  is engaged in the survey of the property, 1 desire to give you briefly, in  the form of a letter, my impression of  the piopcrty, and as a preliminary to  the full report, which will be furnished  as soon as possible.  The surface indications, the vein  outcroppings, and the developments  already made, demonstrate-to my mind  the existence of immense ore bodies.  I have no hesitation in expressing my  conviction that each of the six veins  crossing the property parallel to the  Standard vein, and showing through-  Western- Appreciation  Of the New, Scale Williams Piano  j .<  The New Scale Williams Piano and  .the very attractive display its exhibit  made at the Winnipeg Fair has been  commented upon favorably by the press  all over Canada.  A.more tangible reward in the way  of appreciation coines from the Winnipeg Exhibition Association itself, as  per the following letter. The New Scale  Williams received the highest diploma  of merit: ,  ' WESTERN  CANADA'S GREAT  INDUSTRIAL FAIR.  The Williams Piano Company Limited,  Oshawa, Ont.  I have much pleasure in informing  you   that the   Exhibition   Association  has awarded you a diploma for your  exhibit at the recent Exhibition.   The '  diploma will be forwarded to you as  ���������;oon as  it can  be  printed and signed.  Allow me to con-,  girtulatc you upon  the   excellency   of  your display.  Yours very truly,  R. J. HUGHES,  Sec.-Treas.  Revelstoke Insurance Co  Selections froiiriOnglish Manufacturers  of'note for 1D05-0." Suitable for'every  ,    '       room in the house.  SOMETHING J  DIFFERENT!  In'Florals, Stripes^ Satins ,and Silk  Fabrics, Chintz, Muslins and Cietbnn'e  effects, MicaetteStripes, Moire Antique  in-White, Cream and Silver. Imitation  ingrains, Burlaps, Varnished Tiles]  Two Tone Effects ^tc, in 'the" most  fascinating pattern j yet devised by the,  wallpaper artist.  , ROOM MOULDINGS  TO HARMONIZE..  , Let" us figure with you.  SAMPLES FKEE..  CTORIA.B.C  M. J: Henry's  Nurseries and Greenhouses  .'3010 Westminster Road,  VANCOUVER,    -    B.C.'  Alain Nursery Cor Fruit Stock���������South  Vancouver, one mile s-oulh of city.  Minnches at Victoria and Malsqni fur  Si'i'ds. and Nursery Stork gi owing,  lixlra large plimliiur for Fall di'livery.  One year apple, ���������! to 0 feet, $10 lo $12  per 100; apple. 2, '.i and 'I years old, $IH  to .$20 per 100; Mayii.ud Plum $1 each.  ', Laigc inipoi lation of Bulbs from  Japan, Holland and France. ,  ExliM nice choice of Cherry, Peach,  Plum, Apricots, etc., now gtowing loi  fall orders. No expense, lot.s or delay  of fumigation or inspection.  Let me price yom lis.1 before placing  your order. Catalogue free. Greenhouse Plants, Floral Work, Bee Supplies, Fruit packages, Fertilizers, elc.  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds in  season.  M. J.  II EN It Y,  MI0 Westminster lto.ul, Vancouver, .  MOVED!  TO1 THE   UNION  HOTEL  AND  '   RESTAURANT.  Mrs. I!. 1C. McPCrmtinc  Banquets, Theatre Parties anri  Private .Suppers a specialty.  Wood's S^oBpTioSine,  The Urcat Jinglixli Jtrmnlu.  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Original Invoices supplied.  Special Quotations on Demand.  Sample cases from ������10 upwards  Consignments nf  Produce  Sold  on  Account.  WILLIAM WILSON & SONS  (Kslalilished 1SI I)    ,  25 Abcluirch Lane,, London, E. C.  Cahlo Address: "A.vxi;aiwc, Loxijo.w"  .j.Mji^u uF iiKOULiATiONS (JUV-  r,n.,j.,lj 1.111$ ulai'\JZ>i\.u ui1' uu-  .U1.N IU.S        J-,.rt-\l>o VY A J. X1.1.N ,     'llt^.  i-lluiiAi    uiiiLii'   IN'   Tiiii   i^KOv-  ii\^i^  or* liixinail   oOj-iu-niJx^i..  -.. ^iil'^.^^K  iu  uul  umucr Cah. u������ ae-  itiin cu    uiii)    at.   puuiic    iiiiiipeiuioii. ,   A  iciu.u.ui   ?o  pur  aiiuaic   nine "la  cuargeu  lur   all    UJ11UC1    L1CI LlJis    lOCCcpi   UlG*>c   ������>llll-.  .ncu  vicai ur i'uiu lor'Wjiieu llie rellUii i������  ,il nit: laid ol* .* cciUb,pui%ucre ptirrtumuni.  In  uuumciii   iu   Luu  jciua.1,   uui's'  al   l������ic  luiiu\\in& rates are uiuiijfua:���������        .  a.mn   iuniud-,   w   ul-iils   per   thousand >  icui   u.il. 1        ,    ,   1  ���������   itanrta.1   ties',' eight and  nine leet' lout'.  I j-^'aiia 1 ������-i eeiiib oacn. . ,, ,     c  omiibie uuiLa, jo cents a cord.  - i\.ll ,'oniL-r  piouucis,   n im- cent on   the  ������.ll������.-a. 1  .v license lb issued so soon as a bei tu  is jjrameu, uul 111 surveytrU"teiruory nu  Liiiiuii eun uu uut"uii ,a oerili untu Ine  ueuisee nas inaue a survey ihereoL.  j.'l-i iiiiLs- iu eui  LiiDuuivaiL also, granted ,  .11  puuile  CulliiieLlLtun,  e-vicpl  in  lue  cose  uLr, actual   sollicis,   who   icituiiu   ine   um-  ������_i   iu.   Liientuv\ji   use. ' ,   ��������� <  aetlieis ana utiieis may also' obtain  pel inns 10 l'ui up to lvU cuius- ol wood lur  aaiu      WllllUUt t^OllllivtlllOIl. it    '        "  j ne iiues P'Oauie unutrr a permit are  *l.oo per uiuusana leeL u.M.., /lur s*iuaie  iii>i..������-i .liiu sawiutis 01 any vtouu ( ex-  cepi oak; 110111 1-j lo 1 1-J cents pei nneal  iuisi. lui ULUKiuit; lugs, 1:0111 U I'i. to A>  cents pel uoiu lur ViLKjd; 1 cent lor ieneei  pusls;^ ^ ceuis tor railway ties,1 aiid M  cent*, pel  curu lur siungle ootls. ���������  . incases 'tui glaring- puiposeg are issued  tui a, leiin ut ^iWeJHy-uiKs }eai������*,". at a  iciiiai 01 imo cciits per acie per annum,  uoai janus ,may oe< puiuiiat>ed i.a.1 ������1LI  per acie tor suit coal ami *zu lor antuia-'  cuc. .Not mule'man jjj-ucim may'oe  .tcijuiri.u oy one muiviuual or company.  , j-o}auy at tile, late 01 lu Cents per tun  ot -veil pounds Is colJcctcu on Ule tn'Oas  output. 1 .  ilLiiitnes for land for agricultural purposes may tie inaue personally at tile .local lanu omce loi-"ino district ui wnicn  tne lanu to He. taken up is situated, or  it-'tne Homesteader desires, he may, on  application to tue .Minister of tue interior  ���������a 1 uttawa, tne Commissioner of Immiera-  11011 .tl U lumpen, ur Ule local 'agent tor  tne uisuicL, nuinii wnicn ' tne laud is  siLuaieu, lcccivc aumonty for some one  tu maKc entiy lor mm: , , '  A lee ot nil is  cnaiged   for homestead  .entry. / ,1 .  v A settler who has leceived an entry fut      ,  a, uomesteau,  is iciiuircd to peuonu.LQo     ,  conditions connected ihciewilu under one  ot   tne  toliowirij; plans:��������� >  . U; At least six momns' lesldence upon '  ami cultivation ol the land in each year",,  duiiug tiiuriorm 01  tliree years.  it is tne practice ol' the .Department to  reituiie a settler to bring lo .acres under  cultivation, but If lie preters he may sub- . v  siiiiue siock; and 20 Head of cattle, to be  aciuuuj Ins own pioperty, with buildings  tor ttieir accommodation, will be-required  instead  ot   cultivation. ���������    . .   ���������  l-V it tne lather lor mother, if the fa- ,  tiler is deceased) of any person ,who is  eligible to make a homestead entry under  the prows-ions- of the Act, resides upon  a fai-mOIn the vicinity ot, the land en- .  tered 101 by such person as a homestead,  1110 requiieinents of the Ace as to residence pnor to obtaining patent may, bo  sausiied by such persouVresiding with tho  tamer or mother. _        ^ ' ,  Ity-lf ' the settler has his "permanent '  residence 'upon larming land owned by  him in the vicinity of his homestead, the  reciuhements of me Act as to residence  may be satisued by residence upon the.  said   land. - 1 ,  Application for patent should be made  at tlie end 01 three yeais before the local'  agent, sub-agent or a-homestead inspector.  Hefoi e making application for a patent;  the settler must give six months' notice  in writing to the Commissioner of Do-,  minion Lands at Ottawa, of his intention to do so.     '  W. TV.   CORY, , o  Deputy ilinister of  the Interior.  Ottawa, Februray 14th, 1305.  Halcyon Hot Springs  ^Sanitarium.  Under the new management of  Harry   McTntosh,   Hoffman   House'  Rossland.  Trademarks  and Copyrights  obtained in nil coimtrie-,  PATENTS  ��������� obtained in nil c  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  '     Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical Attorney ami Knxinccr.  Koom It, |.-iurncld;illock, Granville -u. near I'.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  postcard   will secure an eveninganpolni  incut  for Uiom' who cannot rail liiirini; the day  mHE MEDICAL WATERS of Hal-  _L cyon are the most curative in the  world. A perfect, natural remedy -for  all Nervous land Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments  and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure  for "That Tired Feeling." .Special  rates on all boats-and trains. Two  mails airive and depait every day.  Telegra h communication with all  marts of the world.  , Terms���������$12 to $1S per week. For  further particulars apply to  harrt Mcintosh  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arroit> LaKe. B, C.  WAH CHUNGS  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  It should be borne in nrittd that  every c*ld weakens the hstga, hro-  ers the vitality and prepares the  ���������ysten for the moro serious diseases, among which are the two  greatest destroyers of hranan life,  pneumonia and consumption.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has woo its great popularity by its  prompt carte of this moat common  ailment. K aids cxpectesmtioa, relieves tbt lungs and opens the  Secretions,. effecting* * apeedy and  permanent core. It oonateracts  any tendency toward pMtunoaia.  I   Price S5c, Ur������������ Slu 5������c  3>5b  Crockery of all Kinds. t  Plain and Fancy.  Best   makes of Japanese  and  China  Ware.  Splendid supply of Fresh  Vegetables from S. D.  Crowle's ranch.  ; The Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  Mecahnics, farmers, Sportsmen  To heal and soften the skin and remove grease, oil and rust stains, paint  and earth, etc., use the "Master Mechanic's Tar Soap. Albert Toilet Soap  Co., manufacturers.  TIME TABLE  ,(Dtirin������ season of high water)  Leave Eight-Mile Landing each  TUESDAY AXD FRIDAY at 6 a. m  Leave La Poktk each  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY at 2 p.m  SPECIAL TRIPS will be  made be*.  tween dates, of regular sailing whenever business offered warrants same.  The Company reserve the right to  change time and days of sailing without notice.  0  A. FORSLAND,  Master.  F. SWANSON,  Purser THE KOOTENAY MAIL
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'   to the coast as'a lui.atic.
'J. Macintyre has puichnscd the
cement block house,-being built on
Third Street by E. C. Fromey.
A. 0. Wheeler, of the Dominion
Topographical survey, is making a
survey of the Cougar Uasin caves. . -
���The'Young Men's Christian Association of Revelstoke is incorpoiated
under -'The Benevolent .Societies Act."
' ' The Uaiold Nelson Com puny will
appear at the Opeia House on the
25th in"'Fiancesca de Rimini "
,The  band'will  play at then stand
opposite  the city   hall   Sunday  at 3
���   o'clock,   then   maich��  to   the   Opcm
House to the men's meeting.
.J. Carmichael has purchased A. E.
Kiucaul's house on First Stteet, and
his mothei anived this week to take
up hei residence here. ���'
,' Over $7U,U00 worth of new buildings,
mainl) business blocks, are already
.planned foi erection in Revelstoke the
coming spring. |
F/G. Biown has a magnificent collection of coins repiescntative of "the
0 world's cuiiency on view at his cigar
store on Second St.
J. C. Hutchison is building a house
on Connaught Avenue, Mes��is Mc-
Phaddeu and Longhead having the
co.itiact. ' !
lJ. Ohism, of Ti out Lake, lost the1
index .finger of his (left hand by the]
explosion of a detonator while woi king
in the Hecla tunnel.      , I
W. Cowan has completed aii.mgc-
ments for the new telephone oflice to
be built-on Second Street. The building will be erected of cement blocks.
Commercial tun oilers who have
visited the city of Kevelstoke of late
say this is the neatest and cleanest'
city they have struck on their ti.ivcls.
The inhnt daughter of Mis. Xat-
trass, daughtei of Mrs Wood ley, was
terribly scalded at Golden by tumbling a cup of boiling toflee o\ or herself.
Mr. Whitaker, secretary  of  the  Y
M. C. A. has done a lot of useful work
in the beautifying of cities  elsewheie
and thinks Revelstoke has a  splendid
field for etlecthe beautifying.
The   Lak'euew    Hotel.    Sicamous.
owned   by   Kellat, Son   and  Perkins
was  burned  Tuesday  ihiough  a detective chimnev.      It  was  insmed for,
$3,500 and will be re-built.
It is a remarkable thing th.it all
citi/.eiu of Revelstoke wlm go out for n
holiday return with the deciar.ition
that Revelstoke is the best town they
ha%e been able to find on theii travels
On Mond-iy M.iyoi Hi own and Willis
Ainistrong, Police (Jonnni-sinni'is
gave instiuctious that gambling be
it riot ly sujipicietl ,tliniughout the
Golden is re-instating its telephone
system. An electric light system ii
���ilso to be installed theie and Sawyer
Bios,, will pVob.ibly move lo Golden
the electric light plant they have sit.
Feiguson.   , , ,
Fied Robinson p\piesses suipiise al
the solid growth he sees in' Revelstoke
after an absence of< two ye.in, and
thinks theprogiess I'naile in that short
time shown Kevclsiokc destined lo
take a prominent rplace among ,11k'
cities of the west. ,   ���
The sudden spell of cold weathei
e.\pci-ienccd this weekMidconsidei.ible
damage lo gulden stulV. Seveial w.iter-
pipes weio fro/en. At Laggan the
theimometer was 15 degiees below
/eio, and at Kiuld it was 8 degrees'he-
low zeio.
Theie is r evidently plenty of big
game in the \icinity of the city. On
Sunday two' big black bears, wcie
found'disporting themselves, near the
city w.itoi-tank, and en Thwisdny two
moie wcie seen on the hill ovei looking
the city. ,        / >
A decision of the' court at Nelson
has alarmed the blowing intciests by
ruling"they aie liable to pay an annual
license fee to the pioviucial as well as
tho dominion governments, and that
this lax is due foi the past live yenls
though the pioviucial government
nevei collected it.   ' , .,
The oily council have resolved lo
increase the chiuges for water and
Jight to poisons lesiding outside the
city limits as they derive city benefits
but do not contribute, to city taxes.'
The school tiustecs ha\e also nuclei
'considoi.itionapiopos.il to levy fees
foi childicn . outside, the' city limits
attending the city schools.
Social & Personal.
A. 10.,Phipps lclt Monday- for the
south. ���
Mrs. T.,. Downs intends spending the
wintci iii California.
S. II. .Bowman, of the 'Rowm.in
Lumber Company, is daily expected
in the city.
, Miss Mollie Llanna, of Trail, is on a
visit for the wintci with her sister
ill's, li. IL Lewis. '
Mr. and Mrs. lMcCaiter returned
Sunday from llieir tup totlicl'oit-
lan'd Exhibition and coast cities.
Hev. W. J Mtiiphy, an old Cariboo
boy,, has been appointed lcctoi of
Ottawa Uinveisity. '        '>   .,
Tho McNab-Donaldson Co. gave an
excellent conceit,_, at St.'Andicws
cluiich Thuisday. ' ,
Alts. Elson has ' let.tiined fiom the
cast, accompanied by Mis. Hughes,
who will spend the winter with her.
,J. R. Hull, of Kaniloops, ,had hii
nose and Face badly lacerated by the
bieach blowing out of a rille lie was
trying. ' "���
Miss Loretta Gaivin- will play the
accompaniments during the pcifor-
miince of 'JD.indv Dick on Monday,
Oct 23id. * ,"     4    f
The local camp of Woodmen' had a
most successful dance Wednesday, the
Revelstoke Oiohestia furnished the
Mis. IL A. Hotline, who has been
spending a lew weeks in Revelstoke, is
leiuingto spend the wintci iu California.       . :;--^w- =_t:���
Mr. and Alls McUac, and Miss Mc-
Rue retuined home Wednesday fiom
theii tup to coast cities and the l'oit-
Innd Exhibition.
Mi. and Mis. .1. Mclnnis returned
Thursday from the east and wcie the
lecipients of the hearty congratulations of their many friends.
Mr. and Mis. Muiidy and Aliss
Hibblewhite Ieiue Three Valley next
week for their stay in the ca-t during
the wintci months.
P li. Wilson is gazetted County
Court Judge for Jiast Kootenay and
Judge 1'oiin's jurisdiction is declared
to cover West Kootenay.
J. A. Gullith, formeily of the fnm
of M.isteison and Grillith, h.ii s-aid
f.uewell to the h.ude.ui and gone to
the Boundaiy cuuntiy to try his luck
Mrs. A. A. Macdonald has arrived to
j'oin her husband, bringing then two
children with hei. The family will
make then home in Revelstoke.
Rev. J I. siolly, kite of Arrowhead,
will be located at Peachland, Summer-
land .mil Pentietnti. Mr. Sulij is.tt
piescnt in Enylanil, Id tilling1 fur llie
S. P. G
Sir \\ illi.im Mulock has been appointed Chief Jii'-iii.eof the K\-cheqiiei
CumD uf Outiiiio and Hon A. U.
A j losworth, I\ C, of Toronto. h.i<-
joincd the Nauiier C.ibinet as I'nst-
m.i'ter geneial. .Mr. Ayletwuith will
=eck election for.N'oith York, vacated
liy Mr William .Mttiock.
L. C. riumey it-turned Monti i\
fmni the const where he had Ijlcii
with Mrs Fiomey, who undei went ,i
singi^al operation there. Her many
friends bore will be glad to learn she
i- doitic well. The operation was
sutce���'fully performed by Dm .Mo-
Ki.chnu. (foi merly of Kevelstoke) aiid
',Spend Thanksgiving Dy wisely
.111(1 well by including the Ttukey
Suppei at the Opcni' House Oct. 2(ith
An immense'���tuck of Linoleums at
llniMOii'i Furniture Stoic to select
fiom. ,
,You can get any thing you want in
medicines .it the Canada D) ug Stoic.
I louses furnished on the installment
plan at John E   Wood's.
Killcs, Shot Guns and Ammunition
.it Untune Ihos. , " i
Remembei the Tiu'kcy Suppc-r al
llie Opcin House on Thanksgiving
Day, Oct. 2<>th.    >
Cold Oicinis, Witch lla/cl, Cuanis
and all prep.u.itionsfor'chapped hands
and face, sold at the Canada Di ug
Stoic. i
For Sale���A 1001b Dayton Computing Scale.   Apply Bourne Bros.,
A Hat of furnished rooms to1 icnt.
Apply John E. Wood.
Let yotu friends in other parts see
something of your district by sending
them "Picturesque Bevelstoke."
Pi ice ,$1. , ,    .
DRESS.MA ICING���Mrs. Leo is pie-
pared to do di'ossinaking and, plain
sewing at hei lesideucc on Fouith St.
The ownei of a key found, on Mc-
Kenzie Avenue can ' have same on
paying cost, of this adveitisement
Don't forget the Turkey Supper lit
the Opera House on Th.ink-giving
Day, Oct. 215th, in aid of Knox chinch?
The Adair Manufacturing Company
Ltd , have taken an option on S.uvyei
Bios.'Sash and Door F.iotoiy ' with a
view to making, it l he nucleus 'of a
I.U'lo sash and d. or factory,.which
they intend osl.'iblishiiig in   the cily.
One ol the most successful business
houses of Revelstoke will uicurpoi.ile
as a joint .-toijk company shortly Willi
.i view to lncieasing its business, and
erecting ,i line stoic aiid,vvaielioiise.*
.���The'Euleiprise Jiiovvmg Company.
propose installing ,i cold stoiage plant
and other lmpiovoinents involving an
expcndiiine of seveial thousand
rlollms    i   M r
, Don't miss the chance to get seme
of those nicely bound $1.25 books foi
only 75c at the Canada ,l)iug Store."
It will intciest you to look over
Howson's large stock of fiunituie
bcfoie furnishing.      '
Be sure and go to see "Dandy J)ick''
Oct 23id, tindei .(inspiccs of Knights
of Pythias A gootl piogiam ot dances
tiftei play, anil iclrcshments set veil by
the ladies." ��� '      ''   ,
J.Guy B.ubei has .iddcd to hisstoie
ii line new showcase which is leplend-
ent with handsome jewelry displayed
iu it. Air. B.ti ber has lnipoitcd a
novel clockiw Inch is n lepicsuntiition
of Weal muistei Abbey and lepioduccs
the chimes of the cclcbiated peaj of
bells. Auollier novelty which ,Mi.
Uiiibei is, exhibiting is a stock of
sl.itii.iiy litLcd withelectiic lamps and
inipoited ftoin Paris.
Wc have Photo Frames any si/e or
kind you want. Bung along the
size of youi pictuic and we can match
it at the Giiinul.i JJrug Storo% . .
Calcy Ihos. have [Hit in a splendid
heating equipment at llie City Hotel,
Ariowhcad. Tbe'woik was done by
the Lawrence llardwaie Co
Selkirk Lodge. No. 12.1. 0. 0. F.
The ' above Lodae 'have chiinged
their mrctim; place to the Odd Fellows
Hall anil will meet every Thuisday
ev oiling instead of'Tuesday ���
���I. Math it:,
,   Secy.
The Hospital Bull will be held under the auspices of the Ladies Auxiliary
on ,Nov. 23id. The aii.mgcmcnts
have never been so complete to ensure
an enjoyable social function.
TTT-ANTEl)���liy Chicago wholesale
V,V house, special leprcst'nt.itive for
I'.ifh ' province in1 (Jnii.idii. Salary
$20 01) and expenses paid weekly.
Kxpeiise money advanci'il. Business
sufces'sliil; position' permanent. No
invi'sl nii'iit ii'(|tiiri'd. Previous ex
peiience not essential to engaging.���
AddichS General Alamiger, 132 Lake
Sln-cl, Chicago, III., U.S.A.
WANTKD���GIRLIoi general house
work.���Apply    to   Mrs. .J.   G.'
iM.iidnniild, Revclsloke. ��� 213
WANTED��� Situation as general
help in private family, or as
waitress or chambermaid in Hotel.
Hi'Vclstoke pi cli'i i eil. Apply tit the
K my J\I,iil,Olfici'.        ,       ,    ,201
A pi
VNTIOI)���A cniik, manor woman,
hu Hotel, w.igi's jj,!.-; ,-i rruinth.
y at Koivi'i:.\AV AI.vii, ollice,    201
ANTED-liy C'liicagi^ M.inufac-
tiii'ing House, pcrsni'i ol"lrust-
vvoiihiness ami somewhat familial
with local li'ri'iloi'y tu assistant in
branch ofhri'. Salary $1S paid weekly.
Pi'i'iii.itient' positioji. No investment,
ivquii i'd. % Previous experience not
I's-i'iitial to engaging. Addiesi, M.m-
ag.-r l3r.inclK's, C'onio Block. Chicago,
231 ' - '
ANT El)-
ALvir, Ollieo.
A  BOY   for   Printing
Apply   at Ivoo'noN.vv
. man '' to   sell  our
measure ��� clothing
made - Lo(
around   Revelstoke.     No   experience required.
We have a superior line of
goods and at prices that especially appeal to railway men and
mines and mills,
Would   place    the   agency
with   some part   lime' man   if
necessary.     -    '
Applv for one week, slating age/to
212     .       -,'        TORONTO, ONT;���
e rig aged in the factories,
E. McGaghran & Co.
Fruits   and  Confectionery
Tobacco, Pipes and Cigars
Patent Medicines.   Plain and  Fancy
Soaps.    Books and Stationery.
Billiard and Pool Room in
Bevolstoke Restaurant
Mrs. 11. J. Jla.ibury  Managrcss.
First-Class Table. ""'
��� Private Dining Boxes
Ijiiryo Diiiiii^rfioni fur ' " '     j
'UaiKliiols, Suiiiiors, otc
Furnished Rooms To Let.    ,
first stbbbt; reve.stoke
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
,   Cash Prices Paia
F.    B.    WELtS,
' Exporter of Furs.
Richard R. Copeland
Mantles, .Shelving, Storm  Doors,
Jobbing Promptly Attended, To
Third SI root East,
I have started a permanent Wood
Yaid on Third street. With my past
experience I hope to he in a position
to satisfy nil iccpiiieinents ol customers. Dry coirtwood kept iu slock ami
supplied in 'any lengths at/ reduced
prices for cash. '
Engagements . accepted for 'At-
I Tomes ifcc. Theory Lessons a
specially. .Studio at Mis. Bevvs,
Second Slieot. '   ���<
NOTICE -." '
il.iy-. .ifli-i ilulc, wc niloiul Io.iiiiiIv lo the
" W'n.   l.-L        I*,.. .
Promptly Shipped
Mail Orders
Drug Company Limited
The following  suggestions were  ii'-
ccived thw week foi   n   name  for  tin
fulls on Eight Mile Crick ���
'.',��� Mull .i lorn.
Other suggested iniines will hciitlded
to this list till Oct. yist when the vole
will be taken.
Anothei car load ofFimiitmo in.
Eii'iy vuiietj to tekct fiom. Your
ciedit ia good, or p,iy the c.iah and .isk
fin v10 pei cent discount John Wood,
the Mig Finnit'uie Store.
"���"CoTiTe'iii and lake your choice fiom
a whole car load of stovea. Ail kincU
and all puces. Suitiilile foi wood oi
coal. Youi iii-[)octifin invited, h.ivv-
encc M.iiilvv.iic Cj.i
A new ~liipnieilt of Carpet   Kqtiiues
at Howson'^ Furniture ~lou".
We have just opened  up a beautiful
line  of   Bible-.   Church   of   England
Hymn    Buok>   and    Catholic   Prayer j
[i"Ok��, also Tcjichor*   Keferenie Mihles
at the Canada Drug and Mook .^tore
Dre=smaker.- and apprentices want
ed., ' Apply to Mi.-s Got.gh, .-econd
floor, C. 13. Hiiirit* &. Co.
IJhirrCoiiiiiiisMonui ol   Lam]-,ind W'oiks foi
special  1m;piisc lo (ail   .imiIl.H'M iivviiy limlici
fiom lliu follow iiiff rlc-cril>Cfl lands:
No. I
Coinini'iiKiiiK ,il a lio-l, iilanicil livo chains
fion. Iho vvosl shorn ol Utipci'-Vi low l.,il e iieai*
('.i|it,iin Sandoison's Cahm .nul .iboul,siv miles
fiom Viiowlicad ,lii(1 in.iikcd " Iiitc Mend
lainihei' I'oinpanv's aouthpasl (Joinci Post,"
Ihi'iiLU noitli Kit chains, Iheuee wcsl 1(1 chains,
thence -ouLli lwichanis, iliuncucisl II) chains to
point of coiniiit'iiLeiiicnl.
Mill lli:\"D IjliilUKI! COiMfANV, hlMITKD
No. >.
fniiiiiii'iiciiit; ai a |iOst jil.tntnl live chains
fi oin llie west-hole ol Upper Vnow Lake near
t'.ilitain Sanderson's clIiiii ,in(i ahont, s|\ mihs
fioin Vnow head and inaikcd " Hil; llcnd lanu-
1m i Coniiianj's Noi LIiimsI, (Jorner i'osl." Iheuee
luiehuins -oiilh .OoiiLf lliu lake shoie, Lhence
wot. III chains, theiiee noi th ItiO chums, Iheuee
e.L-t in chains to point ol (OniinunceineiiU
Hin m:xn li;.mhi:rcomi'.\nv, MMiTKu
o. tohci iu, nxn
r-o. :i.
('iimiiieneiiiLtal a po-l gilanted about one mile
i c.v-l fiom Columbia Uivct and .'Lhoiil one mile
north fiom   liojd's itaneli. at. Ihe  soiitheiist,
comer of F*. Akion's norih  limn. ,ind  mai Led
" Hig    Heml    liiiinlicr   Coinpanj's   feonlheast
Corner Post," thenee not tli   Hill chains, lhence
we-t 1(1 chain-, lhence south 1WI chains,  thence
i a.st, til chains to point of commencement.
! October 11. 1W5.        > J.tS
A v fin ne ' outfit for l,id.cs Cold M'.ilrli ml
aid of tlic Hom.iri ClIIoIk Church w 11 i.ikc .,
place in ,-=<Rirl, If.ill. Nov 17th. b'twcn 'Ih-s j
NFcKinnori and Mis.- Kr ox flj-u r Mippcr will
be ��ci veil from V'/no.s'jn oclof k in the tw nnijf
A. (). Mm-
Herb. W. Edwards Injured.
HerliW. Edward",  of   Uc-   .Momc,
Iowa, got a  fall tin   an   icj    walk   lint
wiiitor "piair.ing h'j   un-i, iml brni--
mir his   ki)i<-i       "Tin-   n ��t   t\.\y "   he
s.i}-,   tln'y vvf'ic -u -i.ie and r-'i!i I was
,i fraitl I would have to -lav
f rubbid   them   v,< II   w n
l-iin's    Pain   Malm,   .nul   afti-i   n   few
;ip[ilicatinn��   all    'orcni's-    )i,ul    dis-'
appcarCtl "    F'ir sale hy all ditiggists.
- Earlier Shop,
i ,. ���
��� N now npim.    Old Cusloini'ts and new
If.in   depend    on    lecciving    l,hi'    best
i .ittcnt icm.    ('i>iiipri"����fd  an' haiidicsd.
mg.iml mil^'-.igf ������ipiipini'iir.  iiwl illeil.
Wm; Fleming,3
Wholesale and Itol.iil
: Meat Merehant.
' f ' j i i
In 75,000 shares of par value of$i.oo.
Manufacturers, Machinists, and .General
. Traders. ,   ,
i- ' 1 ' 1 U        ' 1 '
Owners of' the Adair��Stump Burning Device-Patented
'i ,r ,i 1 t * t
30,000 Sharas of llie capital, slock now   offered   forrsale-a
j       > -50c per share,  par value $1,00.   ''   '
' ' ' r     '   '    ��� ' ,
' BKVJiiLSTOKIS, li. C,     '    ' ' ,i ,"
A new s(tiek of Rifle.s, Shot Onus and Amniiinition arrived. _' We hire out
reliahle Shot Onus tit $1 per day���s'ni'.1 killers.    ���
ifovv did you like the "Stransky" Steelvvare Saiicepan?
' We have .1 complete stock of "StiMiisky" Steelvvaie.
'      Jluil Oideis inoniplly and eiiicfully iillendetl Lo.' '
'      URST GOODS   i    ,    ,        '       ��� '   ,  v  ,a       LOWIOST PRICES.   '   '
' <-A portfolio of illustrations of" the City of 'Revelstoke and
surround ing district: The ^publication is printed 'Jon'- Photo
Book Paper and contains over 100 of the choicest scenic, mining,
lumbering, railroading and other views, of .the " Wonderland-of
America'," the Mountains of British Columbia, with'a letterpress
description of the principal features, industries and resources of
the district.   '"'       .' ' '      .    '        l '��� '   "
Price $1.00.'   At all Stationers and News Dealers or from the
Publishers.      ~    * ' "< " -"'��-* ,    ���
-''."'       '       ' REVELSTOKE, B  C.
*���   1,   U
C ' '   9-.
and   Game   in   .Season
First St., Revelstoke.
YODO FUJI     ""
has 1 eopenod .1
on iUcICeiv/.ie Avenue.
Open Day and Night. First-Class Service
1571 c
.t 11   iIi'iH'iwl on rri lie
���."S.SjJas. I. Wood row,
Retail  Dealer ln> ^nrmTZ^-
it \011r IlfJilM  Or*
[I is _-i 1111I11. nn1   not -I tr<. 01 likfinl. .
VV |.,|,I, -.I, V-(JN'I,|I I
O11I1 islifl   il lh<   l���Lun ore Hill.I'i Ln   -I., ,
01   il ���>lir> t lit s '!(jvi in (1 s-lr.n . |.r..i]t.il.} ,
,ilt. ml. .1 1(1
Fish and Game in Season.
All orrttr- iiroiiipfly 1111. d.
J. C. Hutchison,
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prompt delivery of piircels, baggage,
etc., to any part of the City.
Any Kind of Transferring   ;
Undertaken. .
If in want of
Hay, Vegetables
write for prices to
L. E. Griffiths
Malakwa,  ii. c.
Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
Forniture and Carpets
A Suitable Name Wanted, and'Prize Offered.
The Tourist Association vvmit 1111 appropriate name for the bountiful full
011 Eight Mile Cirok, und which they intend to make tm attractive" rcboit for
citizens, and tourists.     Tho Mail invites, .suggestions of a name for these falls
and the suggestions will W published in each   issue  till  Oct  31st, when the
list will be closed.
A popular vote will then be taken on the names suggested.
The pri'/e will he a wauled to the first person suggesting the name receiving the l.ugost number of votes. Those suggesting names will please fill
in and letuin lo this olhco the attached coupon.
Suggested name of Falls	
Name of person sending suggestions b	
Address '	
I'lil ^rl victn
1'lilt Or
C.llll! Cll.lilS
flllllllki ICll.OfH
I'Icihit I'oIh
Uniliicllii Kl.uids
l.llllllll IliiskclH
.Siii.ikiriLr .'ftokelH
Hllk fiooilw.
1 ini'M rilnrk of imifllfH unrl frulls [11 Iovmi.
Street, Revnlstoke
1 111-1 ^'i ni-.i t
s. 0. k. n. s.
.Hii ml
iiii'inbfrs    rcqiii ^1' (I   to
iiii'i ling on Tin'iil.iy, Oct   I lib
I ti 11111 lory iv r irk in id ot In'i 1 i.poi I nut
himi.e-'s to be [Hit tlirniigh
���2l'> II. W. I'jfiw wtiit, Secret my
I'ci'sniiH rci|iiiriii^ 11 supply of ice--can
rlrpi'inl   (Ml  gcll.iiiLf   it  pl'Olil|illy   I'liiin
Clocks I Clocks!
8-l>ny,  Half Hiviir   Strike,   for
.p'1,00 only.     Limited''Number.
J. Guy Barber
Local  Agent   Wanted
" (Jana'Ja's Grealcst Nurseries
l*"rif    (lie   (own    of    Itt'Vi'lstoki'   ^
.mil Hiuioiiiiiliiix ('(Viintiv,
vvIikIi will lie 1 csi't vi'd for tlic
iil;IiI mini. Hi it 11, now lit the
li.'si M-lliiig mi-.-ih(i 11, 11 rid Imiidlc
��� >iii M-IW HI'HOIAIiTIKH on
I.lliKltAI, TKKMH. Willi,
foi p ulir ulfiis, mid send 2T>c
foi out  liiind 1(11 nf
Aluminum   Pocket   Microsropc,
t.l little iflilll)  useful to
Kniiii-i- in iiviuiiliiliiK ��ec(N (mil nr.uiH,
fin InirilMH       " troiH fur In-uclJ,
(iiirdciii'M " iiliintn foi in-tcl-
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Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage :
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