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 ���������(  h <,  tli  V  ,J%Y'V^������  ���������-''.liY' "  -j' i  READ BY  5,500  ���������   i  Vol. 11.���������No;   29.  tl  ;t\  -- i ' -,:* i    -^������*-\     , 'il  - ~      *   '  ���������IIUjJHIHHM  /*-  REVELSTOKE. B G, OCTOBER .15, 1904  $2.00, Per Year.  r^r������^/A';B.G:  JUST  AERIVED  A Fine assortment of  Dress   Goods,   Ties,  Blouses, .Fall and Win- ;  ter Coats, also/a new  and complete stock of'.  ���������Men's Boots and Shoes*  r Hats, Caps &c. y Cally  ; M     and inspect. - ,   r  !?������������������ %3m  TAYLOR BLOCK.'McKENZIE AVE., REVELSTOKE.^  CHERRY. GREE  ��������� ��������� - i   ���������  ' i,��������� , . ; i   i, , <  , , '      I , i   - i  An Important Mineral Section���������Discoveries of Rich Ore.  Hiqh Silver and Gold Values on Silver Bell:  ��������� ,    ���������     /     '        " _i_.  I ; .. ( '      ,  . I I ''   , ' V  *" Situated iiwthe heart of rtlie Gold Range,  accessible   '     cin-iim* ci''i;i;k aoi.n jiimng and mi.uxu company.  ,  from the" Arrow Lake'and'Okanagan Valleys, lies the r This company with lieadquartcis at St. Paul, did quite  Cherry Creek niincial belt.-i-Itds-diaiiied by Cherry Creek a lot of|worlf on (his propcily Inst"fii.Il. They Imilt .1 in.ul  on the north and, by Kettle River on the south. A trail of up the mountain side and installed 11 test, mill,'ol Km-i-i  about'30 miles leads from Arrow Lakealonc Fife .Valley to and Ch'almets make, with boiler and steam engine 'fm  the watershed, ii nd nn , excellent wagon 'road runs from ' mothe power Thiec Ki-tte viiniiets wen> also nMnlleil fm  Vcinon right to the Cherry Cieek mine. This ioad is handling concentiatei. ' The mill is a quiuliuple dischiitge  '17 miles in length from Vernon'; or -W mile.s from Luniby. mill of two stamps' of 10T)0 \\i*> e.ieh, and will ouisli ei^ht  No mining man/who has seen that -section could fail to be' tons a day.     A Challenge 'oio ficdei supplies the mil1, .mil  ' r-J  MeClary's Famous-.'���������  : apa the Best  a  .'   'Do not wait until the winter is half  ��������� 1 *  , -;'.'aver, but get ,one at' onee and be '   '  I ' 1 O "��������� I  , ' ,'comfortable,   ,A- large stock'' to -  ���������  -    ' select from in our Hardware Store/' . ���������  / ��������� *.  A-package of Imp Soot Destroyer will clean',  your chimney without any trouble, Price ,25c.  ' Jl  <��������� f  t y   1  ' .���������*'(  ��������� ������  " -, .*-  i i.  DEPARTMENT  Samplesf|  STORE'"  New Goods for Fall 1904  ���������*"���������*'" i  We have been doing all, we"can to collect a  stock of seasonable and worthy gopds for the fall  trade, and hope we have succeeded. Come in and  give us the opportunity to show you through���������we  will let you be the judge���������and hope to sell you yonr.  requirements. " - .  t J. &T. Bell's Fine Footwear  for ladies. We make a specialty of these lines believing  they are the best styles and best wearing Shoes on the  Canadian market today.  New Stock of Irish Linens  direct 'from the mills���������Table Covers, Napkins, Doylies,  Tray Cloths, Sideboard Drapes, Handkerchiefs, etc.  New Silk Evening Waists   t  A swell new line���������some absolutely new designs we hope to  have the pleasure of showing you.  New Fur Collars and Ruffs  Among these are some very pretty styles and they are all  new this fall.  New Dress and Waist Materials  Better see our Dressmaker about your fall costume before  they get too busy.  New Fall Coats .  The catalogues from all tho leading manufacturers show  nothing but the skirt coat with tight or semi-tight fitting  back-*.    Wo'have them.  Special Hosiery Sale Saturday Night  time  LIMITED.  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  Cnpitnl Aullions-ocl, $',000,000.   Cnpi'iil Piml Up, $.1 000000.    Host, *2,<B0,000.  I rend Ollice, TouoN'io, Ontakio.  Hrmiclios in tho NorLliwost Torntiirioi, Mimiluli i, Oiitnrio mill Qiiulioo.  And   llio fullowniK points in   Unlisli   Columbia:    l.riiiiljriiol,. Uolilon,  Nolion, Itovolsloko, Trout, Iiiiko, Vimcotivor nml Victoria.  T It Mi:itnm, I'ro'.icloiit D- R Wii.kh:, Virii-1'roinlont nnd Qpncriil MnrniRor.  Y. Hay, Assistiiui:Oonoriil MiuiiiKor.    W. Mofkit, Clu������r Inspootor.  Revelstoke Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  SiivIiiks rjoimrtinont���������Dopiisils Hoomvoil mill lntoroit Allowod.  Drafts ������olil nviiilnlilo in nil pur's nf Cuiiiuln, Unitud Stutos inul Kuroiio.  Spocial nlloiilioii wlvoti to colloctlons. A. K. Pmrrn. M.iii������Bor.  MOUNTAIN IN   WINTER  AT   SILVER BELL MINE"'      TWO-STAMP QUADRUPLE DISCHARGE,M I LL ,  .    ���������'< ���������, -' , J"     { '    " ���������.  "*AT CHERRY   CREEK MINE, ,  impressed with it.   The mineral  showings are' strong, the  a'Blake crusher w.is installed1 to crush the ore foi bir.'j.  ores "high grade, the geology most  favorable for* deposition   a No. 3 tunnelj li.is'been run  hvllb feet:     About 50 fee  of ores.   Eruptive" rocks  traverse the" granites * and  lime-  from the tunnel a raise has  been'made 100 feet  to  the  s'nnps     '.   ' l    ' -'���������-,-, .   "   "*        *���������    ���������?,, surface,  and-"a cross-cut run 250 feet to cut'another vi m  ^Y'Away bnck,in"the sixties attention was drawn*to this outcropping on.the surface. Therein averages here 5 feet  country by placer discoveries, the richest ground3 beings bet ween walls.. * Gold is found both in the'quartz and in  found, below  the  confluence'of 'Porcupine   and 'Cherry ��������� the gouge matt'ci. '_��������� -       .,' . '      ,',      ���������< ^  Creeks.^ A large Ainounit of ,gold' was' taken .out and some _     - This vein hns .a strike of east and - westCwith a dip -of  lOcVtionloffodecTiumsniad/.'^Iineral/    " -"'" .''-'"'"'".J    "' r s ������ , . T   ._ 70'degrees south. ' It occurs,  in a  fis-  "' : \ sure in the limestone,in which it forms  lenscs/and is associated with poiphy"  ritic rock with granite ,cliihu by. Nn.  1 tunnel is in *300 feet on u \ein three  feet wide.,,  G.S.Anthony, M. E.,, who ';'"s ���������"  ' charge of the mill and tfvaiiniMs, in-  foimed'us he found the ari.ingeinent  saved the values very well. " D'Alc-  Dougal, formerly of the Ruth, u.is  foiemun during the operations la.st  season  Tin; jioNASimn,  w.is  located  ye.irs ago by���������i\Ir  Mcrn-  tyre, and a Huntington mill in-tailed  'It was found unsuitable  for handling  the  ore and ^the mill was shut down  For 16 long years Mr. Macintyiv kept  ���������j up the'development of  the  piopeity,  running several tunnels.  ' Till;   MOItGAN GROUP .  has splendid ore.    It is also'owned by  the Cherry Creek Mining ������St Milling Co  A prospector mimed Marsh has shown the  most won-  is found all ovei the country from the '���������  junction "of'the north'and south forks  of Cherry Creek to'the Kettle Ri"er.  Among other "claims are those located  by the late J.' Boston, the Boston nnd  JupitenNo. 2., which are said to cany  ore assaying \-ol. in gold and 86 o/,s  silver per ton. Jupiter No ], owned  by J. Simpson of Kamloops, the  Cherry Creek mine, which was sold  through Jim Wardner to St. Paul  capitalists, the Monashee, formerly  owned by D. Macintyre, but now belonging to a local company headed by  S. C. Smith, of Vernon, the ^Morgan  group and the Silver Bell group, owned  by Angus McKay and Sam Hill, of  Revelstoke, the Hidden t Treasure, t  owned by W. Corbould of New Westminster, and the Thunder Ilill group,  owned by G. B. Olds of Fire Valley.  The ores are mostly gold-bearing  sulphure'ts, of high grade galena,  brittle and native silver, brittle silver being in evidence at  the Hidden Treasure, and native silver at the Silver Bell, derful staying _powers on a claim where he is i ,-nni g a  The Morgan shows free gold. F. Robinson has claims at diift to tap bedrock of a gulch running into the mam foil-  head of Railroad Pass, which shows ore similar to the of Kettle River. He has ltir. 1,000 feet of diifts and cioss  Morgan. " cuts, and has about as much  more   to  do to complete his  A pioneer of Cherry Creek" is W. Mitchell, who worked   task, but  he is  staying  with it, expecting to'nuike u rich  on   the placer diggings here twenty-seven years ago 'and   strike of gold when he gets through     He h lsalrendy made  XV. MITCHELL  A Pioneer ot Ohorrj Creok.  Wholesale-and Retail  i      i -  Meat Merchants:  ��������� ���������      -f*       \  ,HeV> 1 Office,, Abattoir- and. Cold Storage:  "<^^5������s^Calgary, Alberta  J"T    '!���������    ,'!t'''.*'U'f-ll!l.^M  -.v .-V-., -'-'i.^Vr-r^J  - ��������� v ^    -i^*<- si" v* ���������' *'SI  '"*��������������������������� '   J'''jA .^''"VaTll  K<yT,fyy4iyM  ���������id  ���������*>"-;  ;*a>  1 *'.  ���������apt  Our stock-of Men's'WLear"cannot be beat.  ' te/et ha-de the largeet stocK. of 'SlanfieltTs ,  < *        /'    " . ...'���������"'  ���������    \/fidertvear,,to be found in this City.  +J~k&>eater**,  ,     +J*puecrter>s\  Come nnd see what we can do for -ou in "Sweaters.  We have just opened up a new line of the above and  we aie always willing to show goods. ��������� Y  Our StocK of "Boy's Clothing U Complete  -jtJJL  yy,������fHLM  r-f"*l  Y(l  in all Lines.  Monteith  ?  PIT-RBPORM WARDROBE,  CAMP AT CHERRY CREEK MINE MINERS AT  WORK No. 3 TUNNEL  Willi *rn\Mi-,itc of Monn-lieo in Dislnncu, Chorrj Crook Mino  who still occupies a ranch near the old diggings.   Though 0ne or two good strikes which have encouraged  him to go  he has wnited all these years for its development he has as on with the work.  .                                                         l  much faith as ever in the luturc of the camp sh.vek m:r.L.  Another old timer, W. Merritt, who owned one of the This p.operty is owned by two of  the  most experienced  best ranch* in the district,  run a  long tunnel  below the and p.actical mining men <^���������fc>������S m J ������t,BJ'  '������,u'" ,111'  mouth of Fall Creek, where he believed there was good Mess.s Angus McKay and .Sam Hill, of Revelstoke.   It ib  I hydraulio'ground. (^t,UU9d ou Thitd paB������'  K:nisro"1sAr poet  "V\te Kinsro^riT  Hut theie tiru.iciiiiil coiidiiions working beeL wiih^Nature's law:  'I his is ������������������o wlicti inakitig ������������������hin--les if you u^e a Burton Saw.  W'c think  you would  like  to  know  the reason why our  Saws  fulfill Iheir clam.?  To be the I km i*- only Naluro heljnng us to raise our name.  Uncle S.im can boast no longer of his overflow  of Brains,  .Inlm Can tick can equal him, for here \\c take the pains..  Now a wind lo British Columbia millmcn���������and we know you'll  nVr ru|HMit���������  Buy all your Saws fiom Bri'TON and s-ave tho duty���������30 percent.  A. J. BURTON SAW COMPANY, Vancouver.  BUS  Y  Gait Coal!  NOW IS YOUR TIME  to gpl in jinn- winU'i* supply of co,il.  I h.ivt' jn~t ii'c-i'ivpd a full stork of  tin- .iIhim' to.il .ind c-nn make prompt  dclivi'ij.  I'iij- no .iLti'iition to others rcpri'b-  i'iiIiii^ lln-y f������n ���������<-*!! you Gnlt Coal.  They h,i\e nut j^cit it and can L gi t  ils i-quiil.  Diaying work and furniture moving  <i speciiiltv.  Oideis left at W. M.   Lawrence's or  I It. M. Smyihe'b will have  piompt attention.  J. C   HUTCHISON.  I 'hi  You might as well try to run a steam  engine without water as to try to run  an advertising campaign without using the ad-ertising columns of the  Koote.vay Mail.  4  rv;-';1'  i* *  '">&;.. A    ,  THE KOOTEISTAY MATL.  ������be IRootena^ flfeail  PUBL1SHKD   SATURDAY.  i , ���������AT���������     i '  '    REVELSTOKE. B.C.,  Subscription  S2.00   Per   Annum  ' ������"n"rRT13ISG     RATKS ��������� on     application  mures in ������tandiiiB ndvcitiscmcnts must,  b   in by 9 a. m. Wednesday o������ each week lo  secure good display.   Stnndlug advei Using  mailer will be changed tw ice a month witli-  out   extra    charge      For  moie  frequent  alterations the time occupied  in making  same -will be charged at usual rates.  "JOB PKINTIXG promptly executed at reason-  lable rates.  TERMS���������Cash.   Sub-cnptions payablo in .advance.  CORHErfPONDENCK invited   on mattois ot  public intercfl.   Communications lo JMii-  tor  must, be accompanied   by   ������*"c. ������|  ,     writer, not neces^inly for publication, but  as evidence of good faith.,  Coi rcpondonce  should bo brief. ,  '  "'     ,   <  TTARVEY, McCARTER <  Jr-jL     ��������� , AND PINMIAM,  BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, 'ETC.  Offices:   Mor.Co.vs   Rank   Hi.ocic,  Rkvki.  STOICK, li. 0. , :i  Om'cel: TtStoke. It. &;'Ktort Steele, R C. ���������  Gko. S. McCaht'kh, w.���������,.,.i.  A. M. Pi.vi-HAM,       .       J. A. Hakvia,  Revolr,toko,-������. C. Fort bleelo, H. U  The Columbian complains the  Laurier government has sprung the  elections hastily. And this after  the editor of the Columbian and  his friends have been telling us for  the last,two years there 'was going  to be an election and they .were  getting ready. They are evidently  not ready yet. The Columbian  thought it is all right for Premier  McBride to resort to the despicable  trickery of'altering the Lillooel  election dates, after he had arranged  thorn with Mr. Henderson, and  that, gentlemen had loftr British  Columbia on'business, depending  on the honor of Premier' McBride  to keep his word. , ��������� ,������   -  ��������� cni*. ���������t'V ��������������������� Mjr���������T*"'  <���������   h  TOHN'MANNING   SCOTT '13.',A.'  f)   ,L. ti. 13. o  Barristicr, Solicitor, Etc.  First Street. '   Revelstoke,  KM.  T^DWARD A.' UAGORN, ',        "   '  {F    .       Mining Bnginrkk,  '(Mem. 'American Institute Mining I'-iigineei-)  i      (Mem. Canadian Mining Institute.) ,  ���������    s      Revelstoke, 13. O.  .Examination of and reports on Mineral Pro-  " '       perlics a Specialt y.     ���������- ������  \l: L. Borden's 'railway scheme  would be a great one for the C. P.  R." Among other portions of his  plan would be the purchase', of, the  C. P. R. line between Sudbury and'  Fort Williamjit a cost of $.'J5,000,-  000. - As this is the most expensive  to operate and least remunerative  of llio'wliolo 0, P. R.lino, that com:  pany would bo only too glad to  pawn it off on the country and take  rminiii'?i-ipiht-,oviTil,iifc they could  upc Hurt $';!5,00n,000 to much bet loud vantage in ninny ways. The  Conservative party H'lvo Western  Canada to llie' C. P. R. and,.Mr.  Borden wants to com plot c the. gift.  XS:be*6otena^^atl  ��������� <<...  'SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  15, 19IM.  Liberal Candidates  The following candidates for election  ,to, the  House, of  Commons arc in the  ��������� field with .the approval  and   endorsa-  ' tion of the Liberal party and the ,Lib-  ' eral 'government and   \vc ask for them  the support at the,polls of all electors  who,are in favor of patriotic, just and  ���������progressive government:'   _  Nanaimo-RAiPH SMITH ���������   ' _'  C6mox.Atlin~W. SLOAN V   ..'"'"  Vancouver Ci'ty-R.G.MACPHERSON  rale.Cariboo--DUNCAN ROSS  ' Kootenay--W. A. G ALU HER^  The foreign'trade of Canada rose  from %239,000,000,in 1S96, the last  year of-Tory rule,1 'to.$467,000,000  in lr904; under'Liberal rule: " -  ' ' Mr. Brodeur rightly said at Sorel  last week that the party,who raises  the'issues of race and religious cry  ��������� in this country is an enemy of  Canada.    f  The Tory party is the party of  the sunset and departed clay, while  the Liberal party" is the perty of  the dawn and tlie bright day of a  nation's prosperity.  From being on a side street, as  in the days of Tory rule, Canada  has taken a foremost place in the  deliberations of the Empire under  the more statesmanlike policy of  the Liberals.    In the last five years of Tory  rule, 1891-1903, the public debt of  Canada increased from $23S,000,000  to $258,000,000. , In .the last five  years of Liberal rule the debt diminished irom $264,000,000 to $262,-  000.000, and immense public works  running into tens of millions have  been carried out as well and paid  for from Canada's surplus revenue.  Vancouver should rally to the  .support of R. G. Macpherson. That  city has reason to-be proud of its  member. There has been no harder  worker in parliament, and he has  done much not only for Vancouver  but for British Columbia, by his  support of every movement which  had in view the advancement oi the  province an a whole. Mr. Macpherson i? a.man that.-hould be in the-  cabinet at Ottawa, and will get  there ii he eoe? on as he is doing.  R. L. Borden appeal? to the brilliant deeds of Sir John A. Macdonald as a reason why the people  should trust hiin with the power of  government. Sir Wilfrid Laurier  points the way to tlie opening and  settlement of "this great dominion  and to the building of a nation the  vigor and strength of which shall  constitute the chief corner stone of  the British Empire, and appeals to  ths people to help him and his supporters in the grand and noble  work of nation building.  Mr. Borden, the Conservative  leader, does not appear to have  awakened to the absurdity of his  ���������own reasoning. He tells us the  Grand Trunk Pacific will co-t the  country $150,000,000 as the Grand  Trunk and Grand Trunk Pacific  will default, the arrangement not  being favorable to them. Yet he  wants the government to undertake  a work that he thinks will wreck  two of the strongest railway companies in Canada. , And M. Burn 11  in Yale-Cariboo and C. H. Macintosh in Kootenay arc expected to  repeat such nonsense and ask intelligent electors to believe it.  MBlSIlAli   RAILWAY, I'OLICY.  'While wq are of I hose who hope to  see the time when railways iii'Can-  tida will he owned and operated by  tho  government in   the interest of  the people, it   is 'admitted   public  opinion is notsu'/liciontly advanced  to support thiil.a Therefore govern -  .inent control is the next best thing.  In the agreement with, the C.'P. R.  the Conservative government failed  to make, any provision for control  of rates and  administration.   , Li liberals   provided   absolute   control  and ruimingriglits of other rail ways  on' .the' Crows   Nest   road.     The  Grand Trunk Pacific policy is^a big  step in advance as Hvp'rovides ��������� for  government construction and ownership'of the.castcrn portion of the  road", absolute control of tho whole  system, ' running   rights   of  other  railways, and 'the public .right  to  take over   tho ."road   altogether if  deemed advisable in the public interest.    To secure these great privileges on a transcontinal railway a  capital sum of  $17,000,000, or one  year's surplus  capitalised at 3 per  cent, will  provide the  dominion's  portion of the capital.    .-   u-  TIIE ISSUES AT STAKE.  While it is the privilege of every  elector to cast'his ballot for the  candidate or party to which'he pins  his political faith, it is no less his  duty .to .take all .proper means to  acquaint' himself with the issues  now before the country, and to record his vote for the party whose  policy'he believes to be the best for  the dominion at large. In such a  vast extent of territory, stretching,  as it does, from ocean to ocean,  there must of necessity 'be conflicting interests, and it requires much  wisdom and tactiivadjusting things  so that they will run with the least  possible friction. That this has  been accomplished by the Laurier  administration in a high degree  speaks volumes'for the ability of  the cabinet which has devised and  carried to ' successful completion  measures which mee������ the exigencies  of the diverse interests involved.  "In view of the general election  which win bo held all over Canada  in a few weeks, it may not be amiss  to briefly state some of the many  benefits" which have accrued to us  from the Liberal government.  For years before" being defeated  the Conservative party was In a  state of chronic disintegration,even  the spoils of office failing to harmonize the members of the cabinet,  one section being at daggers drawn  with another and each striving for  the mastery. To such an extent  was this carried that Mackenzie  Bowell, the then premier, open I v  stated that be was living in nest of  traitor?. Busine"? wai- neglected,  Ihe time they choulil have devoted  to their several departments being  wa.-ted by quarrelings and unseemly bickerings anil it "Vfli* no "'onf'<'r  that they went down to defeat with  the stigma of treachery re-ting as  an inenlnn upon thorn.  How different was lhi������- from that  of the Laurier cabinet? ft is imperative to good and -table government that the rnini-Ln, be of one  mind in matter- of policy, .ind,  when a member found liiffi'-elf unable to work harmoniously with  the rest, he wn- politely requested  to step down and oui. This was  exemplified especially in the cn������e  of Messrs. Tarte and Blair.  It is well to take a glance at what  ha? been accomplished since l.Sflf'i,  when Sir Wilfrid   Laurier  and   liN  ilo cabinet assumed the reins of  government, as it is by their record  they must '���������land or fall.  At that time Canada was in desperate strails. The cry of hard  times and stringency in the money  market was universal, and thous-  inds of Canadians left the Domin-  on and took up their abode on the  other side of the international line.  Not that they preferred the government or the society of the United  States, but simply and solely lie-  cause of the economic advantages  at that time found there and which,  though to a"lesser extent, are still  to be found in the land of the stars  and   stripes.   The   Liberal   party  had not been long in   power   when  a change for the better became dis-  cei liable.'   The   abrogation, of   the  once much-vaunted   N. P., ami the  substitution of a trade policy much  moie in accordance with  the needs  and demands of the Dominion, had  a stimulating effect on all branchc  of trade.    Manufactures of various  kinds', which had been languishing  under the  Conservative policy, began to revive,  giving employment  to our own artisans and mechanics  of every kind, the consequence' being   that   new "factories   iri_ large  numbers have .been built; while the  old  ones  have increased their capacity many fold. ' The yearly  returns   issued   bv  the government1  unfold a most remarkable increase  in  trade since the inauguration of  the  present  policy,, followed as it  was, by preferential duties on goods  manufactured   and 'exported from  the .mother   country:    None    but  those' who aro willfully blind and  refuse lo see can fail lb acknowledge  thnt'lhc policy  now  in   force, has  been,  and   si ill is, a mighty factor  in lifting Canada out of the slough  of' despond   into   which  she  had  fallen, and in making her tho most  progressive and-lies I. known colony  of 1,'ho' Britisl'i Umpire.    - ' ;  ,!Tho reduction of customs duties,  the Conservative leader'said, would  result"in sucli'a falling off of revenue as lo make directtaxalion not  onlv imminent but a necessity. In-  slea'd of this'it has had, as the Liberals predicted,an entirely different,  effocf. "Puring'the time 'the N. P.  was in vogue the'diities,abnormally  large as'they were, w'oreinsuflioient  to meet, current expenditure and  huge annual deficits wore the result  while under the lower duties which  al present obtain' the revenue is  such as not only satisfies the financial requirements oh the country  but each ���������ycar' gives, a .large and  ever-growing surplus,which is.used  to reduce the debt*' formerly incurred���������tho'surplus for the last fiscal  year' being ,the enormous sum of  sixteen and a'half million 'of dollars, and for the eight years bf Liberal rule'no, less*a sum than fifty-  eight'millions.  A government that can in such  a comparatively short time produce,  such satisfactory results is surely  one that deserves well at the hands  of(the electorate, and we have every  confidence that the1 electors will  give the Liberal'candidates such a  sweeping majority <as- will be' an  object lesson to tliose who care  little or nothing for the^well-being  of Canada so, long as their own  personal interests.are.advanced and  their antiquated ideas of government are in the'ascendant.  A SPLENDID OUTLOOK.  * '  i-  British Columbia is'about-to experience, prosperity unexampled in  the west.    The 'double  tracking of  C.P.R.  to   the-Pacific Coast,  the  construction of the Grand Trunk,  the building up of new towns and  settlements   along   its 'route,   the  development of  the great  mineral  belts in the northern portion of the  province    to   follow'in   its   train,  the  construction   of   branch   lines  from   the main* line of the Grand  Trunk including one to Nelson via  the    Columbia^'   Valley    throuah  Revelstoke. uhe construction of the  line from   Fort Steele  to  Golden,  bv the C. P. IL, the building of lines  in Okanagan   and Similkameen by  the same company, the construction  of   the  Great  Northern" into   the  Okanagan   and  Similkameen,  involve'Ihe   most  extensive public  works ever projected on  the continent.    The carrying-:out of  these  works, with their larae expenditure,  laree employment of labor.opening  up new districts,  developing  new-  lumbering and mineral   resource^,  the subdivision of large estates, the  close   settlement   of   the   country  hitherto occupied by a few stockmen, the   rapid .expansion   of   the  fruit industry,  mean  the increase  of population in British  Columbia  within   the   next   twenty vear-   by  hundreds of, thou.-ands   of   people.  Far-=eeing men have   long ,-aid the  the dav would   come when   P>riti������h  Columbia   would   be   the best   and  mo������t   prosperous   province  in   the  dominion.    That day  is at   hand,  and the opportunities such a- have  never ncforo   been  experienced will  await all who ������eek to impr'i'-e their  own    position   and    .nivalin-    the  general   proirre'-s   nf   the  province.  Providence and   mil ure have   provided   the   found it ion.    The    wi-c  administration nf  the Libera! government   at Ottawa   i.J   respon-ible  for   thee great   works and   iinder-  lakin-."'  about   lo   be  carried   oui  ow that   Canada  i������  hlc-ed   wilh  lich a government   let the   people  ally \o  il"  support and   hold   it,  e^pite the illusion" of the b-mpler.  i<- old utory of Adam and Kve in  hi: Garden of Kden applies (illy to  Canada at the   present   time.    Although everything  \va������ lovely Ibey  ielded lo the I cm pier wlioprnmi'",d  tlx.m   .something   heller,   with   the  ���������sull  I hat they   ruined Iheir  own  condition and tho'-'c who came after  them.    The people   of Canada can  think of the li'-son therein embodied,  nd   resolve that they will not for-  ake the true and the tried for the  .lliireirierits which our conservative  friends hold out,so thai, the "'family  compact," which cursed Canada in  the dayswhen it was in the saddle,  may regain a   lease of   power with  no assurance that'll would manage  public   affairs  any  better   in   the  future than in the past.  jiiKiwiiiWi  Indispensable , in, making finest  breads', biscuit and cakes. The  greatest culinary help of modern  times. Young housekeepers find  the beginning of their ���������success  An   cookery   in   its employment.  .PBIOE BAKING POWDER OO.  I        c.Hic/������r ���������>  NOTK���������IiintiiHiin linkimi imw ilci \ lire Inw-  c!   in pi iui , lun iliuy mo ni..!'ilv  ' ,      malic rrrim���������'siliim anil   nr������  injni-  ',     lous lo litiallh win n "i'-i .1 li'. i-.^'1  X(  ral  l'h  A 'DIFFICULT PROBLEM.  Politics iii England are in rather  a muddled "condition just now,  chiefly through the policy of preferential trade espoused by Joseph  Chamberlain'. Such a policy would  be of great 'benelil' to'the colonies,  especially, to Canada by putting a  duly on all cereals entering British  ports from other' countries than  those owning allegiance lo.EnglaTid,  hut there'is a factor lo be reckoned  with which,will be hard to overcome." That'is the interest of the  great working class, which is largely  in the majority. ,A tax'oh foodstuff is repugnant to the toiling  artizan, as increased cost of living  would be tho inevitable result, and  this, with' low wages, is a serious  problem, .and one that will invite  the determined'opposition "of the  working classes. The Trades Union  Congress,"' of London, Eng., lias  declared its unalterable1 ;hostilHv  'to the measure, and isv,'in communication with similar unions all  over tho Emj)i re,calling, upon them  to respect the decision of, the parent  body. o   ���������   .-  RAILWAY  question:  Conservative' Leader's Policy  Denounced by Prominent  ������ "Conservatives.1"- -   ���������  There is something strangely inconsistent and insincere in R.,L. Borden,  as Ie.ider of. the' Conservative "party,  howling so frantically''for government  owneiship and operation of tbo Grand  Trunk Tacinc, when his party not  only'destroyed McKenzie's policy of a,  government . owned transportation  fiom the Atlantic to the Pacific, but  gave the C. P. R..an absolute gift of  40 millions of dollars worth of permanent way which the dominion hud  constructed with a view to government  ownership of railroads. '  . The Tappers have still a big voice  in the afV.iirs of the Conseivative  party. Provincial]}* Sir Charles  llibbert is president of the party, but  so thoroughly does lie recognise that  defeat again awaits his party in the  coming elections that be would not  consent to being a candidate. The  Tuppors are determinedly opposed to  Borden's policy'of government ownership. Speaking on the Crows Jfest  road Sir Charles said: "I confess  that I was astonished to find that,  with the evidence we had before us on  the result of the construction and  operation of government railways, a  single intelligent man could be found  in the,house or out of it who was prepared to advocate such a policy. . . .  Whether Lioerals or Conservatives  were in power I would deplore in the  ttrongest manner any attempt in this  country hy any government, \ care  not who they arc, to construct another  government railway."  Sir McKcn/.ie Bowoll: "This 1 will  Y-ay, -pe.ikii.i; for myself, 1 urn oppo-eil  tn govern turn Is running railways, and  if wc are to take the Intorcoloni il  railuny a������ a sample to guide us in the  fittim> all f can e.iy is (!od protect us  fi.iin th'- fiiifim-ial reMilts that imiHt  f.illow."  ()���������;   rippiiilf,    .mother    prominent  '"( ii������i-rv.Ui-'-, -ai'l   " In every instance  where  I   I|.iv<-   be'ii iilile   to take  the  -i-wi- of the people,  I   have invnrinlily  found that i* was their  ilr-nin; to linvc  ihc railway  Umlt by  n   foiiipiiny and  not liy tli" jjowrrinii-iit."  |     Senator  Wuoil   "I   venture   to "X-  i pre" the opinion which I en'ertaimd  j then, and which f eiit"it.iin -nil, tint  ; il vt.i* not de-iir-ilile further than rntild  | he prevented lb.������t   govi rnmeiit nhoiild  <iv.n and operate rath-ny in Caned i."  .-Mr fJcorgi-   I ���������riiniiiiond, one  of  llie  mo-t     proininer/t     (>,iiuCrvatiwM    in  O.tn.ida, -aid: '' I am  dead oppiced lo  it.'       ((lovcrnrnent     ownership    and  i-.(.,er.itionj.  SELKIRK   LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Muols every Tniwlny  ovuniiiK i������ .Selkirk  Hall nt 8" o'clock.  VihilhiK In ot In oti coi-  ilially niiileil to ut-  tcii'l. ..     'r  ii. fi. cnuriii. N.o.  J. MA Til IK. Kki  ���������Kootenay Lodflre No. 15A   F,&AM.  The rcRulnr mont-  iiiK- nn: held in t.lie  Mii'-onic Tomiile.  OddI'ollow> Hull, on  the Lliinl Monday in  ench moiali nt, S  p.m. VisitiiiBlii'i lh i  reii coulially welcomed.   ('.   -  Pi'OOUNlNIt, SlXRI-.TAKY.  Halcyon Hot Springs  ��������� /^Sanitarium. ,  mllB MEDICAL WATERS of Ui'l-  X cyon ;ue the most curative in the  (World. A perfect, natiinil remedy I'm  all Neivons and Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments,  and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cm-i-  for "That Tired Feeling." 'Special  rates on all boats ' and trams.. T,wo  mails arrive and depait every day.  Telegraph communication ' with' all  parts ot the world. An experienced  massanger. ,  Halcyon Hot Springs  . Arrobu LaKe. B. C.  ���������TET:  THE;OWLyRSf.  ������������������East of Molsons Hank       -jSItevol-jlokc.  For your meals.  tOpen day and night.  Meals 2oc and upward.   Special weekly  rates.   Good service guaranteed^  ��������� - . ���������  YODO FUYJII, Proprietor. >   -  Wm. Fleming",  Wholesale and Helail  Meat Merchant. ,'  Fish   and   Game 'in   Season,  First St., Revelstoke.  usE^������****m^  ROYAL CBOWN SOAP  The Best in the World  Mail tin IS Uoynl Crown .Snap  Wrappers, and in return we  will inn il a- beautiful I'iohin-  Hi/o 10x20 ; or for 2a Wrappers  your choice of over iOOIiooki.  Drop ns ii pf'Kt curd nuking  for a, catalogue of premiums  i,d be. had -RK!-'B fur Royal .  Crown Soap Wrappers.  Address  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. Limited.  f. Mccarty  Having been appointed agent  for  Revelstoke for TJIB  Pacific Coal Company, of Banff  is now in a position to supply  At the following prices:  Lump Coal $10.50 per ton  Egg        "   $10.50   \' ,, "  Stove     "   $10.50   "     "  Nut        "     $9.00   "    ���������"  As this coal is smokeless and particularly clean, and is more eflicient.  than any of the soft coals on tho  market, it will be found favorable fuel  for all domestic purposes, including  furnaces, stoves and kitchen ranges.  For tho'.o requiring steam coal the  pea and buckwheat si/.cs will he found  satisfactory and ec momical. Prices  will he quoted on these small si/.es on  application.  Orders left at the oMice of the lievcl-  Htoke Insurance Co, Ltd. will receive  pioiiipt attention.  I>". Mr-CA RTY, Coal Merchant.,  Revelstoke, I!. C.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  Royal Mall Linos.  Choapont Route to the Old Country.  ALLAN LIN 10-Kiom Aloiilri-iil.  I'mIhI.in  \\\tf. I!l  'fiiiil^f.iii         ,    . .., Aii^.-tlt  linn in ....  .Sept. !!  IJOMIN'tON LIN'h-l'Yoin .Mniitn-.il.  K"n-lii/l'.n                Auk  r.i  llriiriliuiiii , Auk 'Jl)  Viuifiiimr  A uif. -7  ('.uiikIu  .S.'|il. II  CAN. I'AC. ATLANTIC'S. S.-Kiom MonUeal.  Ijil'n('liaiii|ilaln . ...         Auk. IS  l/itlff I'rld     Sept. I  I .like Muiillrifiii     Hepl. 8  A,\Ii:itH-AN LINK  It. I.oul-i. .  .  New Yfuk  VVmi'K STAR LIN1  Atntpslle   fldiiinlc   'I iililonie   -I'roin New Vork.  .    A iik. ������i   Aii(f.2i  -Kroin Now V'ork.   Aiik-1"   Aiik.21   AUK.'"  CJUNAIII) LINK���������Krom New Vork.  I'lrurlii  Aiib.20  LiKiiulii  Auk. -i  Uiiilirlii  Sept. :t  I'linnijnKiirn t.lukuluJ tluoiiKM lo all paru of  Clri-iil llrllnlii and Ireland, and alupeclally low  i-iitcii l.o nil parts of the Kiiropeaii continent.  Apply to iiimruiit railway or HteanmliipaKuiit or  to  T.   W. BRADSHAW. Agout. Rovelstoko  W. P, F CUMMINOS,   PaolOo   Affont  J. Gruy Barber  and a  complete line  '     of the  ,  GENUINE  St. .ANN'S.-CONVENT  KAMLOOPS, B. C ,  i ��������� ,    ������  IrlSALTHY Liiciition, Slodorn C'cinioiiionco-,  *l All Dop.irlmenls. Special courses 111  Millie, Froneli, J'l.iin and ���������"aney Noodloworkv  iindoi ceinpetoiit instructor������. Tlio aim is to  cultivnlu bolh mind and liuart, dovoloii a ������uiiiil  licul], unci ilttlio btudont rortlicwomaiily dulioi  or life. '       ' ' .     ,       ,  Jios-b under VI yours of hko aro rocoivod as day   ,  piiinls.      ' ,   "        i  l"or particulars addross: i,  -SISTI5R SUPERIOR, Kamloops. (  W847  Rogers Bros.  '*.  ; Knives. Forks,  . Spoons, etc.  Kjcq cnrefiilly exnmincd mid  piopcrly filled to thr best grade  ofKldsscs. "  C. J. Wilkes  '��������� ' MACHINIST &   ��������� -  -    'BLACKSMITH " '  All Kinds of Jobbing Woik Done.   '  Sewingirachincs and Bicycles Cleaned  '���������       ',      and Jlepaired.  Kej'S fitted on the Shortest Notice.  obson&Bell  (Succw-oi-h lo W.'A. Sjinith * Co.)  lIRAnQlMRTHUS KOR"   -  Bread '<&,  : Cakes ,  '   OF  ALL KINDS  Full supply--of, fresh  ��������� ',      groceries just  .'��������� -   ,'i   opening up '- ', "'  Prompt attention" given-to tiU'oidcis.  Opposite "PIDQT    QT  Salvation Army    IlI\*Jl     *J I .  Licensed Auctioneer.' for City  of Revelstoke.  -  .    ,   ;���������    ���������  J.  SAMSON  Painter, Paporhangor, Signwritor  ,    IvALSO.MININCi .DONIO.       ",'  , Order." red-ivo pi-nnipl nl ti-nliiin.  (  Si-cond stieet,,       -       ItlOVIOLSTOKK  '���������*. [Suceosssor In l)r. Curry. ,  ' '      '   ', *  < Dentist  -    Ir  G-old Crown and Bridge  . -,&Work a Speciality.   ,,  J SB,  Dental'Parlors'qver' Bew's  Y .������'��������� Drugstore;' *    .,���������  Mackenzie ave  WOOD YARD  L havV' started a permanent -Wood  Yard, on' Third street.' With mv past  experience I hope to he in a position  to satisfy all requiri-menls of custom,  ers. Mill and coidwood supplied "in  any lengths at reduced prices for eash-  '   Y   .    -' R. SAMSON.      '  Am Attuaih ivi: Skis' is a I!iisini:ss I'lHinuiaai  THORNTON & 1ECCLES  /        Palntops, Paporhanpors        .   .  -���������    - ,[��������� and SSg-n Wi'Itops - d  I'-sliinntos. irivon Tur nil Kinds of houso piiintiiiR.  Onlors for |-|i|ioiIi.iiikuik inul KidsoiniiiiiiB will  rocoiio [iioiniit iitlontion.    t /  LETTERINQ & GOLD  LEAP WORK  - ���������" ���������   -      A   SPECIALITY.   ; ;.  ������������������ADDRESS : P.O. BOX ra, or   , * "  SECOND ST., Behind C. P. R. Shops.  Onlors Ion nt J. W. Iloniiotl's will bo  '    promptly altoncldd to. -(  W. A. McDonald  rLASTKRIfllt & Mtick'LAYERV  ���������-  ' yitEVElTSTOKE t    '  ,  Tlie only first-class plasterer in town.  Let me know your lcquircments.    A  Carload of Lime just imported.  A Car-  load'of Brick under order.  To TrapiJers;  Raw Furs Bought  11 Cash Prices Pa-ici'  F.B.   WELLS,  r * ' i ���������  -    Exporter, of Furs.  .���������  ORIENTAL  J"-  ably furnished with the choicest tlie market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.  .A-LiBEIRT      STONE,    PEOP.  British Columbia Illustrated  CONTAINING 160 VIEWS  lllustiating the Boundlcs.s Hcbourccs of  The Richest Province In the British Empire  t Its coal, oil and timber;' its fisheries on sea, lake anil river; its  mineral and agricultural resources;  its cities and   towns;-its river,  lake and   mountain scenery, especially illustrating its great inining  development, with views of all tho principal mines, mills, smelters, etc  Sent Popt-free on Receipt of Price, $1.00 and $1.50   * '  ' ,   Address, JAMES LAWLER, Rossland, B. 6'.  The largest advertiser in and for British Columbia.  BEST BUY IN  B.  (J.,  CANADA,   AT.  If)   CRNTS  'Gheatest Gold  Dif-cpvKi-Y ok -run  Acu:  is is   B. 0.  THE YBIG- ZFOTTZR  Consolidated Gold Mines, Limited.  Cn pi lul $025,000, of which 8,rj  Tic.-isiiry.    Shares fully  porcojit in-bhares is now in our  paid and non-assesi.-iblc.  Mines fliri'fllv west, of Llie Le  Itoi and Li-ltoi iNro. 2- Win l')a-;le  and ('(-nlri-Still', fonrol' the larg-  , est guld.(:op|iei' inine.s in the  world, all of which have paid  huge dividends.  4-ii'Saiiie identical ore and vein-.  nuiv in .lighten tho KIC KOUJt.  Large (lie Imdio.s.  A-.says Irom .$5 lo !j;8(K) in  guld, i'(i|ipui-. silver, etc. Vciy  i ii-h display i:. noiv on exhibition  in the city nu-exhibit, causing  wide I'oiiiinenl.  We have nearly two miles ol'  railway on Ijig l-'our property  wilh water iinul liuihei inabiind-  iiiicc.  Itii-.*.l.iiiil ore hhipinents for  KK1-2. :).-i0,(XK) tuns. Shipped for  I.Ui, .iliniil 110,000 tons, Tolal  value of Ko.s.sland ores mined,  .���������B27.(XH),IXK).  Please Note Price at  15 cents'Share  FOR ONE MONTH.  Rossliind's large ore bodies arc  a great hiicci-ss with Ihe concentration syslem ol ore reduction.  $:!.()() ore now pa\-s to mine as  now proved hy the latest, reports  and dividends.  No less than 100 shares -sold.  Shares can he had on instalment  plan, payments monthly; twenty  per <cnl, cash, hal'inia- within a  yea r.  (Jompany have no debts or liabilities and a full I'm cc of men  now working.  References���������The Hon- Mayor,  Gold Commissioner, Postmaster,  oi any bank or business: man in  the city.  Tlidro is m tulii in llm nllnir-. (if moil  Wliicli, l.tkiin at tlio lldiid,  loads nn  lo  fdituiio;  Oinilloil, uli tho voy,iKo nT thoir life  Is bound in ���������dinllmv-' and in mkonos.  An) amount less slian $IWI .solid hj post*  office or express- inline} order, over Hits  .iiniiiiiit, li} h.ink draft tn Secretur}  Big Four Consolidated  Gold Mines, Limited,  Rossland, I). C, Canada.  Order blanks and our must comprehensive, and comphiti' IIIus-  trated Prospectus showing till Rossland mines and giving valuable  'information,iwith''Maps and Reports from Mining Kngineeis, sent  only to investors or those desiriiig to invest. .,  &  .     >    m- un.'- y,pjf:  sr  Me Moot ena ������' mail.  CHERRY CREEK  ('oii-iiiupd fiom Pago One. <  located ,on the ndrth slope of *he south  fork of Cheny Creek, and is six miles  fiom the Monashee. Messis. McKay  .and .Hill have put in all summer on  the pioperty on which they have done  considerable work. The propeity is  high guide and, judging from the assays, is one of tl)0������most valuable prospects discoveied in the province. Heie  is a list of assays made from ��������� fair samples of the ore:  -      -nn: assays!  . < i *  ,      [      ozs. . , Valuo  -i   {Siher ���������,Gold��������� pur tou  No. 1 856        ' $13.50   , ' !p501.'J=2  No. 2.;.... 245'    '    20.80    ,   100.45  No. 3 .82 30.(50 77.34  No. 4  G0.5        24.00 50.20  No,5...'...'.  5.0        25.60 28.73  No. 6.. '.l... 136.3        12.00 32.38  No. 7.'.'...'. 72.0   ,    33.00   '       7-J.33  N0.8..Y... 3'J.30      11.20 33.45  Assayed for gold only���������        ' r  ���������No. S) '.' 22.00  No. 10   12.00  No.'11 " ���������     33.00  No. "12 .' J 1.20  The big silver assay1 was  fioiu   the  decomposed carbonate'-and gives about  feet wide and carries 15 feet of clean  ore,'the remainder being suitable for  concentiation. The clean ore canies  high values in gold and considerable  zinc. The development, amounts to  1000 feet. Recently it was decided to  resume operations on the'property  and a force of ten. men, was, put to  ������work last week building a wagon road  from tlie shore to the group. Just as  soon as the road is finishcd'a 'force of  miners will be put to work taking out  ore and developing the big ledge. >The  intention is to ship the ore via'Nakusp  to the zinc 'enriching; plant at Rose-  bery, where the zinc will be separated  from the gold. The company intends  to mine on a laigej scale'as it seems  certain that the Big T.edge group can  be made to yield largo profits. "   .  The Slocan Star has  3,000  tons of  zinc ore ready for concentration.   " ���������  ���������    , -      ,      < '  Rich grey copper .and, ruby, silver  has been found on Gertrude Creek on  the Upper Duncan.       ( -  Slocan has shipped moie ore for the  past eight months than for whole of  last year., 0 1.  AVoik has been' resumed on the  Beatrice.  '    COUNTESS DE BURY  Pleased with New Scale Williams  Piano  TheWilliams Piano Co., through their  agents in St. John, N.B., Messrs. W. H.  Johnson & Co., have recently sold to  the Countess de Bury one of their  magnificent New Scale Williams Pianos.',  The Countess expresses her appreciation  of the i nstrument in the following letter:  Permit me,to say that I am much,  pleased with the beautiful New Scale  Williams Piano, with which you recently  supplied me.' -^     ,  The case is yery handsome,' and'the'  touch and tone is everything that could.  be desired in a first-class instrument.  ..  It has been very much admired, and >  I feel sure 'of your continued success  with these splendid instruments.  ���������;' .Yours truly, ,  (Signed) - Lucy G. V. de Bury.".  Lewis Bros. Sole Local Agents.  (Tie.   Bank ' of  opening ii.bnincli  intends  The story is 'told of'a' man in a  Kootenay crowd who declared he could  tell a Liberal or a Conservative by  looking at him. He picked out'a Liberal and was asked to show n Conservative. He hesitated, but walked up  to a man and said, "You are a'Conservative:" -"-'Yonjie n liar," instantly  ip tort ed thiamin, "I've.been sick;  that's what makes me look like  this"  FRUK  the same \allies as ,the .carbonates of  \ the Dclphinc mine in East Kootenay.  Tin:   KOK-MAIION* ,  is schist, and as the surrounding rocks  arc granite, lime* and porphyry, it is  most favorable to the occuiicucc of  mineral deposits. The location is -an  ideal lonc foi mining, as the winter is  shoit and mild. ��������� Snow does not lio on  , the ground till the , end of Decern bci,  and it is gone eaily in Apiil. The  elevation is low as nnneial' locations  go in this countiy, being only,4,S00 ft.  There arc two leads oiuthe piopeity,  each about tluee feet wide, and SO,ft.  apart. The \ ems run east and west or  about the same strike as on-the Cheiry  Cicek Company's'propeity, and they  dip to the noith. The 01c iii both leads  issimilai.' A galena lead also occuis.  the oie being high'giade. An assay  gave a return of 260 0/. silver and $11.  m gold.     . - ���������' ,  If further development should prove  that these leads aie of a permanent  ch.u.icfer and carry e'\en a small pio-,  portion of these values Messrs. McKay  and   Hill  have   one   of   the ' richest  '-uinei.il deposits ever discovered in the  pro\ ince, and 'the distiict deserves the  best of attention at the hands inining  men. They can't go anywhere else  and beat that, and when the moie  favoiablc conditions of climate and  lianspoitation aie taken into account  theie aie few piospects in the province  that can beat this: Theie is an excellent wagon load from Vernon to,within  a short distance of the propeity.  No new s of more importance to Vernon and distiict has ever been-given  , out'th.in this, and knowing the high  loputation and miniDg>ability _of the  men who own.and arc developing the  property we are satisfied that strict  investigation willpiovc its high merit,  and that'what we here publish concerning it is according to fact.  THE  CAM!'.  CHERRY CREEK  Stock'on the ranges aie in  splendid  condition and'feed is plentiful. ,  ' Del Thomas and William Hollings-  w;oith have splendid ciops of, apples  on their young/orcliiirds;. indeed, we  think as fine a sample as any grown,  iu the famous OkHnagiin valley.  J The recent light showers have given  quite a check to the bush fires. No  losses theieby have been reported except a. few bush fences, and "many  ranchers have'beeu greatly benefited.  ^"VVibh 'the opening of the new road  the inhabitants are uiscussing'thc advisability ' of having the, postollice  moie ccn'tially located, and an improvement .in our mail service .is a  thing to be desired. ���������  ', The hay and giain harvest was fin-,  ished some timci ago." The hay was  light, but the grain was a fair1 crop  considering the veiy dry season. .Mo&t  of the grain was" cut on the giecn side  fur.hay, but what was left to lipen is  a splendid sample. ,  ��������� After repeated ' petitions, and as  many promises, the local government,  just before the elections last fall, sui-  veyed the Cicighton valley wagon  road, and the local'mcmbcr promised  it 'would be ibuilt immediately,- but  after waiting patiently until a few-  weeks agoi a few of'the lanchers most  interested (they having no connection  with thel present load except those  rough winding ones of their own build  iiig of from two to foui miles long)  concluded to open up the last three  miles of road surveyed last fall, thereby gaining access to the Vcrnon-Mon-  ashee load. They' asked the government for assistance to put in some  two bundled feet of corduroy, but were  informed theie were no funds for any  purpose, and if they wished to be paid  Mouashoc is also a splendid  place  for it they would have to pay them-  for  mining men  and   investors   who  selves.    \Yc  may  luve the  road  all  *"���������    -'v\   v,t .������  Jas I. Woodr&w,  butcher: *,  Retail Dealer In���������*~^aalBBZl&* > ' -.  BEEF, ���������" PORK  MUTTON,' Etc.  Fish and Game in Season. ���������  .    All oiiluih piomptlj tilled.  "'',       J  REVEI QTfttfC     Ri-P      Corner    Dougliu  UTVELOlUf\L,   D.   U.,   and King street-  THE CITY EXPRESS  J. I *       -     ^ t 1  .���������' E. W. B. Paget,"Prop.  /  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc., to any part of the City.'       s  .Any Kind,of Transfepping  y _' y Undertaken.."'  i\ 4 <n..., ...  .. All orders;left,-at R..M.'Smythe's  Tobacco Store', or by.Telephone, No. 7  will receive prompt attention. ^   r   LEARN  SHORTHAND  AT HOME,  by coirespondence.   10 weekly lessons  will make yoiijperfect. u-.ial,   . ^V -  OBTAIN .HIGHER SALARY '  J  Shoithaud is nowadays'indispensible  , ��������� ��������� ~- ���������        .*  to   everybody.1    Utilize- spare   time.  Veiy modci ate fce.^ <\Vc procure positions.   Wiite for freevbooklet.'*      ��������� t  Central Corri:spo-*i-em!e College,  -   215,'Temple Chambers,  .    *    "* Temple Avenue, London, E.C.  SHORTHAND  Why not ?  mail:  Full Course only $20 Cash, or $25.50  on easy payment plan. ,-  Our system unexcelled. A speed of  50 words a minute has been attained  in two weeks. < After the 0th lesson a  student .should be able to'wrile any  English word in Shorthand It is the  easiest read system ever in\ented. It  improves the speed and stvle oi the  wntei's penmanship.' '  [We also have 1 nurses in Of) other  subjects. What are you interested in?  ���������*     ' , - J Wiite to THE    , ,.       ,.  Canadian"Correspondence "College  TORONTO, or to  The Kamloops General Agency  . Kamloops, JB, C.   ,  Itubbcr Stamps, Tjpcwntcis,, Numbering Ma-  ". chines,, Souls. Stencils etc. .  NOTICE.  Thircy dnys nfter date I intend to npoh' to  the Honorable Chief Commiu'sioiier of Lands  and W01 k for a special licenho to cut and carrj  away timber from the following described  lands:��������� .  1.  Commencing at a post marked It. T. Hudson,  about 400 jards fiom the lowershore of .Vnii-  slrong Lake, thence 10 chains cist, thence KU)  noith. thence 10 chains west, thence KiO chaiim  south lo the point of comincncciiiciit.  o ,  Cninmencingat post inaikcd R. T. Ilnelsnn.  _n Ihc wu'l h.iiik of Milmoii ('ri-ck, nbuiit half-  a inilufiom S Giuliani'-, ���������.ui-vejed I11111I. llienuo  10 ehaiiiM wi-si, Ihence 100 chains honlh, llmice  lOelmiiib eahl, thence 1W1 noith to tin- point of  commencement. "   Sept. it), HKtl.        It. T. HUDSON*.  DINJNTI ROOM AjNM)   ICITCIFKN'  AT CHHRHY CJtEBK MIXK  JN  WINTKJl.  wish to 0x11 mine the camp. Theie is  an excellent hotel building, owned by  J. Genior, and good stabling accoiiinio-  duticn, and with a little activity  in that section the tiavellin-? public  would lind evoiy convonionce and  comfort.  "the mines.  mo Miliar, uiiotii'.  Across Anow Lake from the Halcyon  Hot SpringB and about eight miles  from the tilioro is localod the IJig  Ledge group of 12 mineral claims,  owned by A. M. SymoiiH. I'itigHton  Creek, and othors,   Tho ledge is 40  built by nc.\t election if left to our-  hoIvoi, when the local member will no  doubt ask us foi 0111 \ote again,  A. F. Dudgeon has been appointed  president and manager of the Umpire  Lumber Com puny.  The Hig Bend Lumber Company arc  putting in a new logging camp at  Twenty-Mile, and liuveaheady-10 men  employed there.  1). M. Miicfiirliino, who is a thor  oughly ������������������xpeiicnccd -Ontario lumber-  1111111, and who has 11 lugging contract  for the Arrowhead Lumber company,  informs us he wan suipriscd at the  lino i-unlity of timber on the com-  ptiny'a limits at Galena Bay.  NOTICE.  Thirty day  after dale  I Intend to apply to  of   IjiuuIs and  the   Honorable CoiiimlHsloiiei'  works for 11 special lirun-u  to cut and c.uij  avwiy  timbc-i   from   the  folloH-Ing cl unci I bed  litnd-i:���������  C'oiiiiiiciiclngat n porft planted on the cast  hide of Klfe Cieek, about one mile from the  haul of Curluoo I.11I1C, inaiked ('��������� I'. lleiirj'H  noilh-wcsL corner 110-.U lliencc 1.011th Sllchiilns,  llienic cant SO ehniiih, thciicu 1101II1 W) cIiiiIiik,  thcnio wcstyjelinliHto the |ioi.it of commencement.  Dn(cilAii-;u-t2-lli,I'J0l.        k (> ]IKNJ{V>  I'er A. W. Ulckiimun, Agei'il.  NOTICE.  Thlrtj days after date I Intend to apply to  the Honorable  CoiiiiiiiHsioiirr  of Lands  and  Works fora spccinl luense to cut unci cuirj  timber from the follow Ing dc-cnbi'd lands:���������  No. 1.  Commencingut post, plantid on the east Hide  of Kifc Creek, about one mile fiom Ihe head of  Cariboo Lake, and iwljolning the iioilh-vw'sl  coi iter of IC. I'. IIcnrj'H timber limit, inaikid  A. \\*. Diekln-on'^ south-uost coi net posi,  thence SHch.iiiis north, thence W) chain-, e.int,  Uienec iOeli.iins south, thence 81) chains wesl  lo Ihe iioiul of coiiimi'iici'iiient.  No. 2.  Commencing at a post planted about one half  mile south of I'". I', llonrj's norlli-n est corner  post on Fife Creel., at the heiul of Caiiboo  Ijike, and ninrtiri A. W. Dickinson's south cast  corner po-t, llieiice II) chains west, thence IM)  cliains north, thence 10 chains ciust, ihencc 1C0  cliainf ^outh to the point of commencement.  Dated August !������ilh, 1901.  A. \\'. DICKINSON.  NOTICE.  Thirty ilaj- after date I intend to anplj to  the Honorable Conani-iloner of Lands and  Works for a special license to cut and carry  away timber from the following described  lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted on the cast  bank of Fife Creek, about two miles from the  head of Cariboo J/iko, marked A. M. nciiltie's  ������outli-VMwt corner post, thence M elialni; north,  tlieneo 9) chains cast, thence B0 cliains south,  thence ������0 chain" west to the point, of commencement.  DutedA-JKi.,t2i,h,l������0l.AM]jKATTiE  : Per A. \V. Dickinson, Agent,  Synopsis of, Regulations" lor'DispoBal ol  Minorals on Dominion Lands in Manl-  . toba. tho  Northwest Territories and  tho Yukon Territory. '        1-  ' Coal ���������ConI lands may be purchased ai  -.10 per acie for soft coal and iU) lor an  thraclle Not more than 320 acres can  ���������a- acyulii'd by one Individual or company. . Royalty at the rate o������ ten cents-  per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be collected  .11 the gioss output.       f ,   '<  nQuartz���������Persons of eighteen years and  )ver and Joint, stock  companies  holding'  (ree miner's ceitlllcates may obtain entrj  .'or a milliner location. ><���������   <������������������, ������     '  A tree miner's certificate is granted ������01  ���������ne;or more yeats,rnot exceeding five, up  m' payment in advance of $7.50 per an  num for an individual, and from ?30 to  1100 per annum for a company, according  to capital."   , '  'A,free miner having discovered mineral  In place, may locate a claim 1500x1500 feci  by marking out the same with two legal  posts, bearing location notices, one at  ������ach end on the line of the lode or vein  -The claim shall be recorded within .fifteen days If located within ten miles'of a  mining tecorder's office, one additional  day allowed for eveiy additional , ten  miles or fraction. The fee for reeordlnt  ,t claim Is J5. , t   . ',  At least $11)0 must be,expended on'tlii  claim each year���������or,paid to the mining ie-  corder in lieu thereof. When $500 has been  expended or paid, the locator may, upon'  having a survey made, and'upon complying with other requirements, purchabt  the land at $1.00 an, acre. 4 ���������  Permission may be granted by the Min-  *lster of the.Interior- to locate claimt  containing iron and mica, also copper, In  the Yukon Territory, of an area not exceeding 160 "acres.  The patent for a*1 mining location shall  provide for the pajment ot a loyaltj of 2^ pci  cunt 01 the bales of the pioduclsoflhcloculiuir  Placer Mining, Manitoba and the N.W.  T.t .excepting the Yukon > Territory.���������  Placer mining claims-generally .are 11K  .feet square; entry c* fee,*-V$5/"renewabli  yearly. ' On the .North Saskatchewan  'River claims for either bar or bench, the  former being 100 feet long and extending  between high and low; water, mark.,-. Tin  .latter Includes bar diggings, but extendi  back to the* base of the hill or bank, but'  ^aot exceeding 1,000 feet. '.Where steam  power is used,.,claims 2100 feet wide nuj'  be obtained.^. -  _  ��������� Dredgingt in" the   rivers  of  Manitoba  and the N.  W.', T., excepting the Yukoii  1'eiritory.���������A free miner, may obtain oni>  two leases of'live miles each for arteim  of twenty years, renewable in the disci e  tion of the Minister of the Interior.  .The lessee's right is.conllned to the sub  -meiged beds or bars of the.river below-  low water mark, and subject to the ngliit  of.all peisona who have, or who may 'ie-  celve ��������� entries for bar diggings or  bam.  claims,    except   on     the     Saskatchewan  Klver,  where  the lessee may dredge   ic  ���������high water mark on each alternate lease  hold, s.     > -     '  J' L "   ' *   , ,\ t  ' The'lessee shall have a dredge in opei  atlon within one season'from the dale 01  the lease for each Uvp miles, but when  a pel son or company has obtained, limn  than one lease one dredge for each lateen . miles or fraction is suthcieui  Kental,, $10 per annum 1 for each mile 01  river leased. * Koyalty at the rate 01 tw 1  and a hall per cent collected on the oui  'put after it exceeds $10,000.    <��������� '   ,  ,1)1 edging in  the   ".'ukon Territoiy ���������bia.  'teases of live miles each may be giamec  to a  free  miner fotva  term  of  iwt-inj  yeais, also renewable. , '  I Tho lessee's light is confined, tu ,'iln  submerged bed or, bars in the ilvei oe  low low ' water mark, that boundaii _ic  oe llxed by its position on the 1st uuy 01  August in, the year of tho date of ihe  tease. , ....  The lessee shall have one dredge in op-  of the lease, and, one' dredge toi Leach  eiatiun vwihin two'years'from the dau  five miles within six yeais from such  date. Kental, $1U0 per mile for the lirsi  year, and $10 'per mile for each subsequent year. Koyalty, same as placer 111111  ing.  ;placer Miningiin the ifukon Territory  ���������Cieek, river ,gulch and hill claims shall  not exceed Z50 feet in length, meaauied  on the base line or general dliectlon 01  the creek or gulch, the width being 11 om  1,000 to 2,000 ieet. All other placer claims  shall be 250 "cetbquiuo.  Clafms ore maiked by,two legal,posts,  one at each end,, beat ing notices. Kntrj  must be obtained within ten days, it" the  claim is within ten miles of mining re-  cuiUci'S ulllce. l Cue exlxa du> auuwuij  lui each additional ten miles 01 iiucliuii  The peiaon or company staking a claim  imidL hold a flee miner's ceiliiluue.  Tiie discoverer of a new mine is untitled  to a claim of 1,000 feet, In lengui, and 11  Ihe party consists of two, l,5uu leei altogether on the output of which no royalty  shall be charged, the rest 01 the jmiaj  oidlnaiy claims only.  Eutiy lee, $10.   Koyalty at llie lalu ol  two and uiie-half per cent oicihu value  ul llie gold shipped fiom the lukon Tui  rltoiy  lo be paid lo the Coiiipuoiler.  No fieu miner shall receive u giant 01  moie limn one mining claim un each Hep.  eiato river, creek or gulch, bul Ihc nana  miner may hold any number uf clulmb  by purchuse, and lreo minors may work  their claims in purluciHhip by tiling  uutico aud paying leu of $2. A claim ma'  bo abandoned, uud another obtained 011  the same cieek, gulch or ilver, by giving  notice and paying a fee.   ���������  Woik must be done 011 a claim each  year to tho valuo of at least $200.  A ceilltlcalo that work lias been done  must bo ublaincd each yeai; 11 nut, tiie  claim shall be deemed to be abandoned,  and open to occupation and entiy by a  fiee miner.  Tho boundaries of a claim may bo defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices in the Yukoii  Ofllcial Gazette.  Petroleum.���������All unappiopilated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the N01 th-west  Toirilorles and within tho Yukon Territory aie open to prospecting for pctiol-  eum, and the minister may reserve tor  an Individual or company having machinery on tho land to be prospected,  an area of MO acres. Should tho prospector discover oil In paying quiintltlcs,  and satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area not exceeding 0-10 acies, Including the oil well and such othor land  as may be determined, will bo sold to  tho discoverer at the rate of $1.00 an  aero, subject to royalty at such rate as  may be specified by order-ln-councll.  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  February, liK)l,  JAMES A. SMART  Deputy of tho Minister of tho Interior  HENRY'S NURSERIES  81)10 Westminster  Road.  100,000 Bulbs  To arrive soon from Ilo.limil, Fr.incc  and Japan.    ,  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees !  ! * f  , Rhododendrons, F.oses,  ,.    Greenhouse and Haidy Plants    <  '    foi fall planting.  Homo-Qrowa aud Imported .     '  .  " , 1  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  always in'stock ,in s.eason.  '1    " FERTILIZERS.   J  o 1  Bee Hives ^and Supplies.  Greenhouse full of Plants', Cut Floweib,  FIninUWork.  Catalogue free, or call and c\iimine  , "'       ,      stock.  EVSILY ADJUSTED  We Her Bros: Furniture Department  Victoria,,       - B.  C.  \Have you ever experienced the real comfort of a MORRIS CHAIR?  '*-ERY SERVIOEABLE  Morri-. Cli.iii - in  Rei'd. stained...������9.00  Morris Chaii-. in  Rpi'd, stained, and  Cushion  in Dunini  r  t or T,ipt"������try���������        _���������  SIMPLY CONSTRUCTED  Uplliil-I  -try  Di'iiim.  T.ip  Vi'linii ...  P.i n 1.1-01<-  L' .lllll'K.  I'nejoii oiirCntaloKiib','   '-WHO WAS MORUISt  price S13-00  r t r   -v.      >   ^    t     t     .    i  ,>, If uot w nto for it. ���������  M  J. HENRY,  Vancouver, J3. C.  SEE  Brick for Sale.  The undersigned have just burned 11  kiln of 1)00,000 brick, of first cliisi  quality. For price aud information  apply to C. B, Hume & Co.  'Wing.Chung's newly im-'  ported   stock" of Chinese  and .Japanese, goods., -  The best,assortment ������������������vi'i  landed,,in   Revelstoke  ol  ���������'useful   r and-"   ornamental  articles:  Ten services,    4  I'latPt,  Haskcti  Cane Clidirs  . Hnndkoi chiefs  < ,     GOLD FrSII   s     i  finest stock of eandici and fruit in'town.  , Front Street, Revt'lstol<e  -^    'l"lo\\pr J'otb  Uinbiella Sliuids  Liiiicli Ui^kels  ,Sinokiii|{ luckctt.  v        ��������� Silk Goods.  vREVEtSTGJkE^B-GJ:  ABRAHAMSON  ���������eHAS-.'.SAM'WOK  ' WASHING, LAUNDRY .  LABOR CONTRACTOR  FRONT "STREET "*  (Opposite Joss House, Gold Hill Hotel  ' , -    Building.',     '  ---  WAH "CHUNG,  ���������   General Store and;   ,  ,-"* Restaurant Keeper'   ��������� t  / A Prime Stock of Groceries, Fiuit,  -Vegetables. - .  '2 ALS   AT ALL'HOURS.'  Try our Iced Sodas, Ice Cream, Stiaw-  ,   i, beiries and Cieam.,   Cnn't be  t ^-.beaten in tlie City       ^  FRONT ST.; REVELSTOKE.  <  BROS  PROPRIETORS.  built/0  First-'chis0 in every rppp'ectr-jy-All nioyerri"convenience^ -'  ,    ,      . '^ Large Sample "'Rooms.! 'r  :,^ -y, -y   ' *.-'!,r/  -'.      , j {���������,,',. Rates.$l!50 per. Day, j^i",>;_. Special Weekly Rates.[\ -%'y-i- J- 4-**"-  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake,- under ,'same< ma nag-em en tr'-";.  t I'i- ' '  1 -    i" ������J-      -      1       /       . 'J*        ;'-[.-J      *'.   j     (  w -  "j-ij������ff<-.;  tM'r-  ,[..W,-11.  I ,   *- -C   -       -f   '      .  <^<^i^<^r1brfoi^������fo<^(^(^^i^^^rfo<^c|l  HOTEL:   l^dE>������   '  'oomaIplix, " ','  i*tn  ^ The Best House in Town,  Well Furnished  ' ''--h\  t. Y- V  r*fa  Good Tabled  W-. HAMILTON,; Proprietor.   : "   ��������� yfr    '  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS andtCIGARS kept in Stock. ,  ���������'* 'Ski  It-.,  v* "1" " " "    ''���������' -,'-'-  :' "- *<;* :,*.y  " * '^~*j.:uy   neen ^  Jl^f."  -.-hf-r^: y.  m  CHIEF YOUNG,  Proprietor.  Best brands, of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.        , '.        '    _     ���������  Ti.'ivellers'to Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this Hotel.  ---I  ,Tlns sliortliiind is totally dillciont to all  ntliors Itonls talo-. weeks to lcniu. instoiul  ol moulhi or.joars. It cnu lio road liku print  At the [or.rth le-'iin yon write lOwnrd". niid.it  tho 10th lo-.M>ii llX) words n niinuto Tliofir^l  tlireo lo--.oris onnlilos jou to mute pmnte  notes, nnd the Utli lesson brniKs Jon In corroi-  tJoiidiiiKStjlo, tho 20th nnd final. Iosmiii In ru-  iiortniK It Hikes but two l.ours to li'.irn tlio  first lesson, nnd u siiecimon niny bo soon ill the  Knotouii- Mini on npplicution to tho miiniiKor.  Mr. HiiBuon. LiBssons by mull uro auito ensy.  Wo Kiiiiriintoo succoss Our jouiiKOst pupils  nro USi, nnd the oldest 82. TypowriluiR IiiukIiI  bj mull. Wo forward jou losson shoots lo touch  jou tho correct fliiKornii,'���������illi the (Iiikot- All  aro taught on tho blind touch sjstom "Wntr.  snjmtr llio niaclune jou havo or if- wo uro to  supply jou with u Now or Socond iiniid nuo  Wo do not liirocnilninclnuos -  TKUMS.���������Forshorthnnd S.I0 to complolioii,  linjublo b> lnstulinonts. Tjiiowntini; ill) to  coiiinlolion, but payment in advance. Address  Iho Secretary. Studio (over Imperial Hank),  Victoria     P   O    Box 17b.  ThoMiwtor Mcclmtuoi Pure Tar Soap lienl-  und boftcnifl tho skin, wlillo promptly olcaiihing  itof Kiease, oil, riiHt, ole lnviiliiiililo for me  cluuiics, funnel a, hpoi-t-snien. l-'rco sample of  iccoiptof 2c. for postUKC Albert Toilet Soup  '"ii., in iiiufiicliiii-i-J Monlimil.  100 SILK PIECES!  Extra largo flillc and satins for fancy  worlt, LoM-Iy colni'S miiu to pli-unr, with hook  of fiiHoy work and inllsllo iiiiiinliini, AM. foi  I." coiits, ���������> IoIh foi iifflu, iMoiwy triiiun.il In-  Hliiutly if not.iiH loiiii-rt-iiU-il. IlliiMlniliil 1,1ST  KKKI-T. Aililn-ris: EXCKLLO CO., 4T1 Main  St root, East Orange, N. J.  mwmm  Standard lomedy for Gloot,  Gonorrhooa and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS. Curos Kidney and Bladdor Troublos.  DON'T  MARRY, DOCTOR or (lex  imlr, "Don't do a thing"  till >on sue cln.irlj what H  best bj aid of Flashlights  on Human Nature, on lniallli, ilfsniimi, hue,  marriiiKO and iiiiroiiliiKU. Tulls wluil you'd ask  a doctor, but don't 111(0 to. ���������!I0|iiikih, illiistinl-  od, j.'icmils; but lo introdiico ll \\u sand ihid  onlj to any adult for postaira. 10 cents M.  HILL PUB. CO., 12l)East 28th Stroot, Now  Yorlc.  JDJRT3<rTZ  PERFECTION   COCOA  1    , It is absolutely pure  COWI.CHOlLATt:CAIvE:jClHi;  : ';,' -CREAM BARS ETC. ARE VERY CHOICEST QUALITY  THl C0#N CO., lirriitld; Toronto  ,������>f.  E.   B.   EDDY'S  " KLV(!  KDWARU," HKX).-  ^b  " HKAULr������HT;".VX)i  ^>^  " l-lAGLIi." KKJ-iukI 2iXl-  Q-  ������������������ VICTORIA,"                               1  ^        1  "LirriAi ca)su-:t."             I  ^         1  FOR   SALE   EVERYWHERE.           1  L  Are the Best that can be bought.  Don't experiment, with oilier and inferior brands.  USE   EDDY'S  Tea Blending-is "an Art  not picked  attention unti  up in an hour or a year���������but  the result of years of study and unremitting  the taste is educated to finest discrimination.    BLUE RIBBON TEA  is blended by experts from the choicest Tea  it is possible to grow.  it is better than others?  Do you wonder  . ii. ,ui������ ������������������. ��������� BE
J      '���>
THE KOOTENAY MAIL.
,    .    .If you think you  would like
to^start
,.   TAKING   PHOTOGRAPHS
���    just call and see the variety of
KODAKS
AND '
/.-CAMERAS
r     ���       'i
AT TftE   /   -
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.. y
They keep  all   the ' necessary
.   supplies and chemicals/     -
Call, or send a post card for
i , t ���   i
'Catalogue.     ,- -' ��� <v '
7 '     '
Local and General.
,'     Inspector Wilson  put?-in two  days
'this"week inspecting the city and high
1* schools.'   r'" .'
; 'Provincial Manager Graves of; the
' A^O''!). W.'visited the city this week'
',- on,business of the order. , .__ . -c-
!,",-'''The Band-will,givo'tinothJei- ^concert
in'aid oi tJ30->Hqspital Guild'on .Fiiday,
' Oct^lr1"^ The programme appears *iii
*rin"another column.-     ''t-r -       t
, _.   . -i The'government has paid the city of
i p.jt.    ". !"K'aslo_ for children attending school
['/jS'-- i*T. -frppi outside points.'Rovelstokp should
-* get a similar concession.    *        ���   '    ,
.-,   '- The Libera] Association-havo taken
. ', the'Fretz "block on  First  street for
'-_    committee rooms during the election.
' , - D. K. McPherson will be in charge.   *
"    A wrestling  match   will1 take .place
at  the Opera House .Wednesday  be-
-'   fcween J..D.,3fcLennon, of Revelstoke,
and C. Person, who is described as the
Pacific .Coast Champion. tJ   '
'T. Lewis and  Son are. building a
" sanitary 'dairy, and  arranging to pas-
,   teurise  the  milk, supplied   by  them.
-They put it up in hermetically sealed
,   bottles for family use.
���Kev. Dr! Chown,  secretary^ of temperance 'and   moral   reform   in   the
'Methodist-church, will lecture at the
church  here on   Monday evening on
"Political life  in Canada, as   it is and
���- -as it ought to be." *.,
'". "S.McMahon has installed an ingeni-
,   ous, equipment for shoeing ,refiactory
horses.�� By its  means .an   animal   is
,.helpless to do  mischief, dind   entirely
!.    under confciol 'of the'blacksmith; who,
- by adjustable rods, can move a horse's
'���>   hoof into any position. -   -  ���       ���&���
Judge Lea my held a'''sittin'g 'of  the
county   court-last  night-to deal with
- the speedy trif.l oi McGowand McLeod
-    accused Y'of1 dynamiting   a  bouse at
Comaplix. J. M. Scott for the Crown
' and G. SIMcCarter for accused. The
>- judge dismissed the case after healing
evidence without calling on the do-
.   fence.
ist.vy
m/
Bead Brown's advertisement.'
JLuid painted llaviland China, at
Bew's Diug Stoic.
You make no mistake dealing at
Brown's Cigar Store.
A snap in Ladies Hand B.igs at The
Red Cross Ding Stoie.
A bonded warehouse has been established'at C. H Jinme and Co's. warehouse.
When you come to Revelstoke take
the Cential JJotel bus and you will
find rltfl best hotel accommodation in
thociiy. _ i
Y\'o are sell ing _ goods at prices that
seems a shame. Biown's Cigar Store.
lrf Severn 1 , coul and wood heating
stoves for sale cheap sec JJ. N. Coursier.
Carncfroc Stock and Poultry Food
'nt How's Drug Store.
F. MoGarly intiiir.itcs thiit,oidcis
left, with the Revelstoke Insurance
Agency.for anthracito coal will icechc
prompt attention.'1  '   l    ,,'    ���
Our goods,,are .sold 'on solid  merit..
liiown's Cignr Store.
,    i    "* i
.Just opened n large assortim-nt
of Perfume, Toilet Articles, etc., at
The Red Cross Drug Stoic. ���     <
You name it, we have it. Urown's
Cigar Store.
Every man in town who is thinking
of a new pipe or laying 'in (cigius or
smoker's supplies, should' see the display at Manning's. No obligation to
buy because you come to look around,
Prices cut for you'at. Brown's Cigii
Store.'' ' ' '-t'i
i       d , i'
Dispensing or picseriptions ir specialty at.Bcw'vDrug St'oie Two irind-
uate Dispenscis.
,Visitors to Kevel'-tokc- will fi nd il, t*
their advantage'to stO[�� at the Central
Hotel. Free buy to and from mil way
station to meet all ti.iins.
'Call and sec the display of .Jiipniiesc
Waicat the Bed Cioss Drug Store.
It's , the-"finest over shown in Ucvcl-
stoke'' No trouble to show 'it, n
plcastiio. ' "     .
W. M. Lawrence has. received a carload of stoves'and ranges of all kinds,
including Hall's celebrated steel takedown camp cooking ranges, which .lie
favorites for lumbering and 'mining
camps. '    ' v
Social & Personal.
Miss Maud Creeltnan entertained a
number of her young friends on Thula-
day.
Mrs. and Miss Palmer.Mrs.Urquhart
and Miss Davies. leave Tuesday to
attend a family reunion in Manitoba.-
Don't forget the basket social of the
Willing Workers, to be held at St.
Andrew's Church on Monday next,
Oct. 17th. Admission only 25c, children 10 cents, ladies with baskets free.
Mrs. Holten gave one of the most
successful whist pai ties of the season
last evening at her pretty home on
John street. There were ten tables.
Mrs. Elson carried oil' first honors for
ladies and A. McRae for gentlemen,
Mrs F. B. Lewis taking the consolation for ladies, and II. X. Coursier for
gentlemen. The prizes were beautiful
gifts.    After supper a dance was held.
Westminster defeated Nelson on
Saturday.
Vancouver beat Winnipeg 12 goals
to 5.
Victoria defeated Nelson bv G to 3.
your
Doctor
Kjtot&tj
That we are competent
in the art of dispensing-.
We have his confidence.
We assist him by carrying in stock all the latest
drugs and chemicals;
by carefully preparing
and cumpotmding his
prescriptions ; by delivering promptly all
prescriptions left in our
care.
For tlm.c roti-on- our fira'cripl'iin
trade hti-�� ijrow-ii rapidly, l'or ihcue
tfsA'iMi ��o re-ipectfnil) M-.k for jniir
p.itrnmiKC- L'J.ivo il* lii/i noxl pro-
~oriiiti.ni. orlcll jourdoctor to lc.no
J   ���**xT-he'Red Cross
CHRIS   PERSON,
i   Pacific Coast Champion, who will
wicstlc J. 13. McLennan, at
Tapping's Opera House.
Wednesday. Oct. 19th
Admission 50c. 75c, !fl.    Children 2oc
Jlcscived Seats for Ladies, 50c.
JEWELLERS BV
APPOINTMENT1
TO HIS EXCELLENCY
THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL /
USEFUL
WEDDING
GIFTS
of excellent quality and value,
bul inexpensive.
Fine Silver-plated Hard-metal
and Crystal Marmalade Jar
with Spoon,   ���'
2<4 inchci high, $2.0O
Now on the market, choice residential property on- 7th Street,
Blocks 51 and 54 surveyed into
lots, 50 x 100 feet,
00
and upwards, on easy terms:
We have decided to present $10.00 worth of'Fruit-Trees
10"each acre'of land sold-in the fruit garden s^eur McKenzie
Avenue.' ,LOW, PRICKS. AND   EASY   TERMS. '���
REVELSTOKE INSURANCE AGENCY
"     LIMITED
'  ��� r   Agents.
'TO DECIDE vhktKry'
;   ' r wise  to   buy
vour  "Cigars,   Tobaccos   and
(-v -,    ��� ���' 'Pipes  at  places 'where  they
handle Tobaccos as a side line, or to "trade' at a1 First-
Class Cio-ir Store. We have the finestJ line'ofl Cioars,
Tobaccos and Pipes in town.    ,   ,\
VVHOLESAtE   .'���' B R 0 W N' S " '.,   -RETAIL-
Band Goncert
Friday Ev'g", Oct: 21st.  ,
"The'Matinee Girl March,"*
Polish Dance,""     ���      - - '"
'��� The Chicago'Two-Step, *     <-' -      - - -
" Air Vatic, Annie Laurie," ',     -
'k (Cornet Solo by K. Edwiuds.)
"Mia  Holla Waltz,"
" Soldiers of Fortune .March,"
" Biidal Chorus," (Lohengrin)
"The Creole Queen."      -  -   ,
T. Hall.
Beyer.
-Y Brooke.
-   Iliggs.
Otto TCqoder.
*^CiT-y��r'JTry*f-*^a"*r?T:jtrff^f,T*iTTrifi"riiii ihii  i   iirifaiiwiri inn !��� w>l
Notice to Creditors.
In tlic imittcr oC-Thoiiian Allison Ilrown. do
ciiu-cd. nml in thu ni.itter ot the "Oltlci.il
Adimni-<tmlor.' Act."
VTOIirE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by'or
JM durof His Honor. J. A. forin. Coiinty
,)U(!i?o, iltitcil the Ilii ilny of October, I1KM,
tlcorKC Sinilh Mct'arter. Ollicial Adm'iii-trator
for that purt of Kootenay r'ouniv compn-cd
within the Re\el-toki! Electoral District, h��j-
been Kr.irted lertcp, of ndmini-.tracion. lo .id
nilni-ter all and -.mpiilar the e-wte of Thom.-v<
Alli��on Bro��n. deceft--i'd. inte-tAte.
And further tn^o nonce th.itall c*<iim- upon
the -ind e-tate mn-r be -unt in to ihe viid Ad-
VTOTKJE is licrobj rhoii tli.it, 30 d.ivs aflor
_L\ dale, I iiin-nd to applj to tho Chief Com-
mi���.iou(��r of Lands ,m<l Work-- for a special
liccii-o 10 cut and carry a\\,i> tunhur from tlie
following described land-, in the Kootenay
diitrict:���
Coniinciiuii^iita post mm kcd "A. H. Mnu-
farlaneV-. N*. \V . corner po-t," plnnicd one and a
half miles west from A G. Campion'-, No. 1
������ornirr po-t, thence s-outli KA) chains, thence
ea-.! ID chains thence north 1130 chum-, thence
wert Ifi chains to place of commencement.
.Dated Sept. ilrd. IfWI.
ALLAN* MOSS MACl'ARLAXE.
"V'OTICE is her��by Riven that, SO days after
_��.> dat<>, T intend to applj to tlio Honorable
the Chief (���nmnu'-Monor of Lands and Works
       _  ,  _ ���_      _ for a--pecial licence to cut anci carrj away nm-
iniiii-trator, nr hi^ olllco. Imperial Bank Riock. 1 her from the following do-enbed  lands  in tho
rte*-el"-toke,, 11.  (..  within .Ti d.iy- from   the i Kootenay D^triot:���
date hereof, after vliich time all proc""-will [ Number Oho
be dislnbmul   arnon0'    thn   parlies   lawfully I
llicreunto cnlill'tl.
'leoi-ge PrniMi McCirror,
Ofllci.ii Administrator
Dated the Olh day of October, l!��i:
TIII2 OICLKRRATRD
Battle Creek Sanitarium
FOODS
Commencing ma no-tmarked ���'![. IJoimellj's
ri. K. (orner po-.t." planted 10 chaiiN noi ill I rom
Niti;Ic Creek, and one mile wuicof (.'oliiinbia
;Ri\i;r thence we��t Il�� chains, thence noith I')
> chains, thence earit IO; chains, Ihcnce south III
chains to place of commc'iiemient.
Nninbcr Two
Coimnenf inxat a postmarked "If. Donnollj''-
N. K. ennii-rpo"t, tlieneo W'sKllXlLhiiiiii, Ihcnce
ronlh   in chain", thence i aft 10) chuiiw. tlieni e
north |iicli,un-lo placi-of 'oiiiini-iii'eiiieiil.
I)nr/'d -��i pt. 2TUi, I!M1.
II. DONNELLY,
Whjr, all the fellows are getting -shot, powder and cartridges
at Lawienccb. Look out for the 1st of September. Browning's
Automatic Shot Guns, the latest and most up-to-date gun on
the market. Single and Double-Bai relied Shot Guns, 30-30
Winchester, 303 Savage, 303 British Rilles, m Largest Stock of
22 Rilles ever in Kevel.stoke. Watch for our Sporting Window.    ' '
W. M. LAWRENCE,   ,
,    ���'     Hardware.
Anibwc arc icady for the tiado.,   Everything in connection with
this house is first class.       Our selection of Woollens is the host.'
Wo cut every garment witli a perfect,stylo nnd lit, and the workmanship gives it a bountiful finish, a joy lo the ciisfoinor.
WILS
McICBNZIK AVBNUIO,
THE TAILOR
NKXT 'PiVYLOU MLOOK. ���-
OUH NEW
Wall Papers
Are Oi'i:>* Kou Youu Issimxtion
*    T7EOM' Rich   C'ulniiims   in   Hall   anil
A      Room nosiKiis lo 'Dainty Uhiinilioi- t
Ellccl-,   our-Slock, mid  I'iico-.' should
nieot Iho most oxnctiiiK riKiiuioiiioiits.
I        ���       '    -     i i
R. Howson & Co.,
(Furniture Dealers.  Picture Framing
Undertakers & Embalmers,
FASHIONABLE   TAILOR.
'      -=���-' GOOD   WORKMANSHIP       .   '
y        .    '    PERFECT   PIT '     '   y
.'.'    -      ' UNION   MADE -    c   /
- ���-   -' ' '      ���'   '   '     .' ���""
McKENZIEc AVENUE k. i^S^-l c0
THE MOiSONS BANK
���*  *    - i Incoiiiornled bvrApt <ir Pailianionl, IS"). '
IIJSAD CfPPICJD,    ,    /--             ,-      '       MONTREAL.'
Wit. Molson' Maci-iikkson,  Pics. ', '         S. II. liwiNG, Vicu-Pres.
'    ���   . \7AMi-S'Er.LtOT'f, General,Manager.     i ' ^ .
CAPITAL. AUTHORISED,
CAPITAL PAID UP,   "J
RESERVE, ,     -v    ���    :' .
- ,<     '   -     /   ~ $5,000,000
'-"*     3,000,000
,     -"/    '-'     ��    2,850,000'
business ti-ansacted without un-
Evoi-ything in   way of b.inkin
necpssai-y.deliiy." .               ,      .       .��..., .;.   .
��� Interest credited twice a year nt cm-rent i-uLes on Savings Banli
deposits. %         ,        i               '            ,f _       ;
W. H. PRATT, Manager, -
���Ri.-\---|,stoivI-, B. C."
tn
ILII V   I
(
BED CROSS
DRUG STORE
C. A, Adamu, JIunagt-r.
I Fine Silver-plated 1 f.ird-metal |
pierred JJuttcr JJiih,
4^ in. cli'i.,     -    $2.SO
���     Those plccci are nilvcr-plntcd .
inoiirown worksnops, and arc
f;iiarantccd to have nil extra
loaTV contlnK of pure il ivcr.
I We will send them prepaid to
liny nddresH. Money will be
rciniidad il they prove unBftli's-
factory.
HENRY BIRKS & SONS
JEWELIER8, 3ltVER8IIITH��
Mnnfpeg       MONTREAL     Ottawa
35B-3S2 Phillips        67-5?
Main St. 8quare      Sparko8t
(1iia,v)-i: Hi-(-inT--Sii|)c-iifii'
otln-i i i-i-i-nl picpaiiil inn.
(iitA.vocA and M.w.Ti'r-0:i-.i-Ai.-p''i-
fi-c-l ly (liKi-stilili- nnd clflifinn-.
1 11) (liMiKil.i f fintains nil   tin- null init-ilt itt'.i His hi-st, lici-t,
I'IIO'IiWK .A pel I'-ft, sti list itnlc foi flesh
fundi: most, wondi'i-ful di-c-ovi'i y
in rlii-tc'.H"-in list h.ilf ct-iil in y���ii
piin-ly \i ;<i-l.ilili- i'iiiiiIiiimI inn.
JIi,i,-iiwk mi Mai.t IIo.vi!vt A ��-���!-
(Dim- -iiihsliiiitf I'm- '���iikiii nml
syrup-.
jN'ii Coi-vi-iv and ('.\ ham Hi. f'KitiiAf.'
l)��'lii-iiiuu Ih-.iII h diink-i.
K'l.Vl'-r Al l.iit, t|ir- Hiilistilillc lor Imd
m.-iili- I'miii the pine oil nf tli.-ro-
r iianiil.
llitoMoyf.;, InI'-\s-oi.a, Mm.tku Xit-'.
S'ni-'iiiimI'Intki) Oitvi-i: .Jvian, i-tc,
d.iinly ilii-li'tii- spef inltu-M io hi-
hud nnlv nl
BOURNE BROS.
Till-: l-KADINC (.iUOCV'.HH.
Moscrop Bros.
Sanitary Plumbing, Hoi
Water & Steam Heating.
Pipe Valve Fittings,
WANTED
j
IRI.   WANTKU   r^.r   diiiiiiK-ir,(���ii
wink,'-tc.    Appl} l��i Win. Ifnin-
lllutl, fJoiii.iplix.
irri'ATfflNS u.mti-il   hy   two  J-'ni-
Illlllll-I-   Kill-.    ,l-<    M't'.lllLS   III  lldtl'l
hi pii-.Mli- f.iiuilii".; Iitiiji --pi'itk pliiin
l'!iifrl<sh. liiijinri- .it st-i-tlnn Iidiimi-op-
| ii i- Hi- i,i i I way' -tiitiinif Kcii-1-.tiiki-.
TAXTKI)  ICVOW.V-   liook-ki-.-p-
in��,  Hlini tlminl,   Ai it liim-l :c
Night clnss Tuc-fliiy inul I-'i id.iy.    A p-
ply r'nwiin I !|i if K,
w
WANTKI) Si-vci.il (.'inul iiii-n In
wurli .iioiiiifl - iWniill .md yiitd
Hip; Fii-nd faimhi'i Coitlpinv. Ailnw-
lii-nrl.
WANTKI J    An olTtic  liny    Apply
olllci- of thi-i paper.
WANTKfl -A First (JI.ih- Cm iilm-
HAWYKK in a mill < uitiriK Mm
pi-i- d.-iy, xolid ��.iwi, sf- nn kick'-r ,-inil
uiKffvi, )i\*-<) Mli-.iiii fi-i-d. VVh^cs $1,7."
fii-i dny. -Apply In Kriot<-n;iy Kivi-r
I,iu��hf-r (Jo,, iVrdtoii. B. (,'.
WA
Jilcctric Lamps, Door Bells and
Annunciators,
Electric Fixtures ^ Put In.
Second Street, Revelstoke
\ NTKD - licli.. hi.- AI K.V in cvr-i y
town in C'nriiidii to Iiiki- di-iIi-m
foi tiiilor-iniidc rln(,hi-s ; [ifi-niiini-iit
cmploynicrit, ffofiil (-oiriiniiiiriri ; <���<���
pcri-nce iinnt-i.-f-ss.iry.- V,. L. linuvU r,
('iislom Tiitltir, .'II Iinrnhiii'd Hd-ci-t,
Toionlo, On I.
Clubbing Rates.
Vim run c-lnli with the- Kootk.nav
Maii/iiikI Viotin-iii Dnily Tinif-s fioin
now, till Doc. 'Hut., 1110,"., I'm-$5,110, ri-
for I.Ik- Wi-i-kly Timi.'K mid Kootknav
Maii,, includiiiK Ihi-.speeiul linlidiiy
i-ilil.iini, 1,'iit-$:j,00,   Addii-bH
KcidTioNAY Maii,,
Ituvulstokc, U. (J,
MOTIGK TS IIKHKUY GIVKN Unit M d.ijs
t^ artordntu 1 intend to aniilv to the Clnel
Coiiiiin-isioiu-i of l,.iii(Nmid V\foi'Ks forn-iiiLCt.Ll
lieciiao lo cut nnd cnnj nw.iy liin'ioi- liom the
followingdcscnhcd lands,,m Weit Ivoolemiy
(list net:���
Niniibui- One.
(Joiniiiciiciini; at niiosl in.u ted "Wm.Gow.in's
noith-wc-it cornel- poit No. I" |il,uitcd on (lie
enst b.ink of l-iiiK--lon Creek, nbont tluec nnle'-
nliove inoiilli ol West iiiancli, thence east fell
cliiun-9, tlionuPMiulli .Sllclmin-., thence uclbll
chains, thence noilh fO chain-, tu jioml, of commencement. '
Dated October Stli. 1901.
Ninnbei T��o.
Coinipcncinir atapo-,Lniai-lcd "Win Gowan'i
No. i noi tli casL cornel post" planted on the
c.'ibt banic of Pin^ston Creek about thtec miles
above month of West, Iiiancli, Ihcnce wesLSU
chums, thence south SO chains, thence eusi. bf)
chains, thence norlli 'SO chains to point ot commencement
Dated October 8th. 1901. i
N'timhoi-'rin-np . ���_
Connncncing at apo>-tma-.'ked "Wfn.Gowan'-?
So. ,'t north east corner post," planted on the
cast bank of Pintjslon Crock, about seven miles
above inoiilli ol West Hi .inch, thence vest Ml
chains, thence south SO chains, tbei-ce castSU
cli,.ins, thence norlli SO chains lo point of commencement.
Uaied October Stb, 1II0I.
>*unibei- I-'nnr.
('oiiiipencmKatii po-tinaikcd "\\'in.Go��an's
N'o. 1 nortb-wisl cornei po-l," |)l.inlcd on the
cast bank of I'lnicinn Cieet, about loin-and a
���half miles nl) n-u llie month of West 111,inch,
thi'iiee oast&O chains-, thence south .SO chains,
thi-nce ��esl(S'ichiiin>-, thence noith SOi-liiun-i lo
point of coiiiini-nicmcnl.
Dii tec I OcloberSth, IUt)|.
N'miilici I-'i\c.
ConiniciicliiK al a postmarked "Win.Cowan's
Xo.." noi t h cast coiner post," plant oil on tin-
i-ii-l, bunk of PiiiKitnn Creek, about, four nnd a
half mills abnv'i-Ihe inoiiLli ot W'isl llriineh,
llu hi e wist S'l i hams, I hem o soiith.SlI cliiini-.,
t lu-nt c t-asl Ml chains, ihcnce inn III Ml chains lo
point of lonintcni'Cinei-l.
Uiliil (.)< lohi'i'Klh, HUM.
N'miiliii'Si-r.
f oiiiiiii-ncniKiil a tiostmai .ted "Wni.CltiwaiiV
Nn. II uoilti-ut'st, toriifir post," planted on Ilia
ea-t liinkof PiiiL'slon t.itelr, nholil lh-e anil i-
half mill milium' llieiiioiilh of Ihe West HiiuiHi,
ihfi i-usl Wi thiiins, iIhiki- sinilh  SDrhiiins,
tin iwc wi"! tviehiinw, ihi-nci' noilh J-OchuliH In
p'linf of i oiiiini'tiii'iniMit.
Daicil (li tobei-Stti, IIHII
N'llllllli-I- Si'WII.
I miiiiii'iii iii^ nt a post mm ki il' Win.Cow.in'-i
.No 7 inn lit ' iui loinoi po-.|," iiliniti'd on thn
(-i-l li ink of I'lliK-lon Cn (l(, aliniil IK-e anil n
half tirlli -t ilIidm- I tut mouth of llm Wii-t
!!i.ui. li, tin in r u.i.l H) ehnliH, llu mt boiiIIiWI
> l,alu>. Un ii'-e in-l -til i hnliin, iIii-iii-i- iiiii I li Mi
i li.iin- to point nf i omiiieni i inenl
I inn d ll IoIiitmIi. I'ml.
���Villi!(ia I KU'hl,
( oinnii in ili'4 nl apo^t m.u I.i d "U'ni.l liiwini'^
,Vn ' mini i i*i (oilier |iii-.|, pi.inli il iibniil In
i Ii.iiii- i a-l ii.i hla/id line of No. I inwl ilium'
ib -i ill,' d, 'In iiie norlli I0"h:iiti��. llii-nti- Hi-t
|i/i(l,.iin , Ihen, ii -onlli   in ( ham-, HiriM i- tu-l
IW) I b'illl�� to Iiolllt Uf Milium lliellll'lll.
n.tttii Or tuiiiriiili, r��i,
Numb"! Nii'i'.
( on inr ie Jnpf itt a print m,u kill - \S'iii,(Iiiu,iii'm
Vo,') -ouiIi-'cihi, ioi-ik I prist, pliihtnl on Ihe
i i-l litnk of I'lliK-lon Cn elf alioul ii'Vcii iiiIIik
,'Une th" inoiilli of Wivt Itinnih, llieni e i asl
������in h.i|i.��,llieii(i' north nil halii^, llnm-i hi��I
On li.iln> llirrne -onth VI rllalrH t.) poilll of
r oiiiiii nr i inenl,
llilr r!  f). lohii-'lll, I'ml
i- un,h'-r Tr-n,
I iiiii in' iii imk.iI a|io,t m irkdl "Wiii.riiiniiiiH
No. In-r,inh i,i-i idiner posl plutiKd on llu,
earl h ink of I'lnifJloii (ink ii bout much miles
iili'neHu mouth of Wist llr/in, h, ilit-nio sm-hI
t"i i hnlii*, Iheiiie north -tl i Iiiuih, IIicim t-en-,1 Hi
I lllllll-', tllCIIKI ririlllll Vll-llllllH to po|l||    (if  lom
nn li" nn lit
I) it. (I Oi'lohi i  11 h   I'd,I.
N'iiiiiIiiii l',|ew ii.
( oiiuiKiir i if; nl a iio-t nun l.i d"VVin.(loimn's
No II souih eml lorner |��Wi," planlnl alioul
I wi nii ( IiiiIih norlhoii n blii/cd line iiiniihlK
noilh fiom lloyil'H cabin nbont. elKhl milt s
i.Ikhc llm miiulli nt West Munich of I'liiffittin
Cieok, I hi inn norlli IIH) cIiiiIih. Ihoiicc i\csl I'i
I'hiibiH. tIn-lit (i -ioiiIli IM) chains, thence (-md. It)
ctialiiH lo point, of coiiiuii'iicuiniiiit.
Inner! Oclrihor ,si,h, lli.il.
Number Twelve.
CoiniiifiiieiiiKiU.ii pristmnrki-d "VViilOowiiii-i
Nn. 1-iHoiil.li-wiHl, corner |ioh(,," nhuiteil on a'
blazed linen iiiiil.aSfhiiliiNciiMLor N'o. II posl,
above iIohcji; bed, Micncii .north llrO cliiilns,
I lenen niiNt blolinhiH, l.huiicu south Iff) cliains,
thtiniK! wohI, liic-hiiliia lo place of commence-
iiniul. - .i
MOTICK'IS UEItKHV CIIVKN Unit' tluiil,y
x> tlajs alter dalo I intend to apply to the
Chief Commlssioiier of Lands and Works for n
special license Io cut and carry away Limber
rrom Ihe following desciibed hinds in the
Ivoolen.iy IJisLncL.���
Niimbui- One.
ConiinenoiiiK at post inarkctl "J. T. l-'enloii^s
S. W. coi nci |iosl " and pl.intud two miles ensL
fiom a point on the ea-t bank of Ihe Columbia
nver, aboiiLoiiciiitl a hall miles above inoiilli
of Canoe nvoi, thence noi th III chains, thence
east Kill chains, Uiencj south II) chiiins, Llienco
west KiO cliiuns to place of commencement.
Dated belli, HI, I!J0l.
i    ��� Number Two.
Conimonoiiitr at a post marked ".I. T. I-'cn-
Ion -. No. 1 coi nei post," planted two miles cast
fiom a iioiiiton ihc east hank of the Columbia
river, about one and a ball miles nboie tho
mouth ol t'niioe nver, Uienec south 10 chains,
llienee east I lit) chains, thence north id chains,
llienco \\est KiO eliiuns to place of commencement.
Dated Sept.' 21th, 1901.
         JOHN T. Ii'KNLON.
MOTICK IS IIJ-ltBIlY CIIVKN that HO days
J-*1 alter dale I intend lo apply to the Clnel'
Commissioner of Lands ,and Works for a
special license to cut and cany away timber
Mini the follow uu: d,-cnbod lands m tho
Ivoolenay di-tricl: ,
Niinibor Ore.
('oinnicnciiiKal a post marked "J. \V. Mac-
lailanes a \V eoincr posl," planted M) cliains
south ol .IT, I'Vnlou's N. W. corner post,
hence east Kill chains, (henei) noith 10 chains,
tlieneo west 11 ID chains, tlieneo south lOeh.iiis
lo point ol LOiiiinencenieiil,
Number Two.
CoiiimciiciiiL'al post inaiked "J, W. Mac-
lailanes b. W. comer post." planted 1(1 chains
soul i,J hence lOchmns easl ol J. W. Jlacfai lac's
No. 1 b. \\. corner post, thence t-nsl, IWI chains,
henei' iiiii lh lilehaiiiM, Iheiiet- west 11,11 chains,
thorn i--milh   lilcliiiins lo place ol uiniiueiicc-
I luted Sept. 211 h,
11)1)1.
.1. W.
MACI'AltLANI',
I'lituf" Uctoljoi'Htli, 1UUI,
���Wil. COWAN
AJOIK L is hereby (riuin (lint, .-(II dnysaflur
4-^ ,,,.'1','',' "dm.i'l to upplj n, (ho lltiuornlilo
Iho tjluyl toiiiinissiiiniir nl Lands and Win Its
in ii speciul beiiu-i! to cut and i-niiy iiwny lini-
uir riiuii Iho rollowiiu; (le-eiihcl hmd- ,��� ||���j
hdiilouny Distilet :-.
Number One.
( iiiniiieiielnK ul a po-l uiaikeil '��� ,\. (,-.
I iimpiiinK .N. W. fin nr-i- jiimI." pltmli ii one mile
miiiIIi liom ii ptH on Ihe west haul, ol the
I ulunililu, Hirer, iilmut \\VI. ,n||,s ,i|���u.u n,u
mouth   oft limit. Itlicr,   uml  miu-ki-tl   K.   C.
l'iiiiin-1 m N,   l'���   in ���   |i,wti   ||,u,|(.u  Uasi, su
i in ns, Iheiii'e miiiIIi wi i-IiiiIiih. llieiii-cn-i-Hl Ml
(lining, Ihi-ueiiiiiuih mi chains I o iilaet! (ll'i.om-
mi iii'ciuenl.
Nnmbiji'Two.
( lilMllir-llellllfiil    A. (J. < lllll|ll(lll's   Nil, I    piMI,
IISIlllllWMl('s( |||||.||,|U||| 1-lllllllllK Wl-sl MIchlUllH
I iciii ii himlli Ml chains, then (.,lH| so (,|m|ns,
Ihi'lKiiiioilh.S'ii'babHlo polul   ol   loitlineiieii
IIIIUII.
Hilled Hepl.-I.liil, lillll
_ A.G.I'AAII'IO.V
Itiujn    lhal    .'ill    clnjs
-, .-     ,,      ,���  -���;--, j lo npply Inllio lldiior
iiblo llm (,lni,r ( iiiiiinissiiiiiei' of Lands inul
Wnrli- Im ii -pei ml licoiisi) to out ami cinrj
imiiy huilim Iir���u |hi. riilliiwliiu (Insi-iilinil
Inml-. in (mi liiiulmill} Dislnel :
Nuiiibei One.
('oiiiiiieiiilm;,,| |,���|,it ilmr|u.,| " I). Jl. AIiil-
riiil.iiii-K ,N I',(���iii,.| |���m|,'- |ih���it,,| bertlduA.
If Miii f.iiIiiiii.h N. W. coiner posl, |henei-
-mil h so elmliH. I hem c w esl VI rhiiiiiH. I limit e
inn I'i "I ehiihis, (bc'iicii ( asl Ml chains to place
of( oiiiiiiemi inenl.
Nuiiiber Two.
(���omineiiclnif al I). J|. Alucfiulitnc'ri N. K.
(Oilier |io-t iilmie ile-ciihid, tbenco niiill|-il)
���! in ns, heme west Ml chain-, thence -outb WI
chains, tli'iiiiociiil Ml chains i(J ,,!���,,��� o( , olll.
iiiciicemeiit.
Haled rie[il. '.'lid. l!��i|, 	
I). Al. JIACKAHLA.sK,
MOTK'i:   i-   hereby
]>     lifter dalo I intend
ii    -|
PROCLAMATION
Electoral'District of Kootenay   ,
;     To-Wit: ',       '",
OUJ3LI0 NOTICE IS - HEREBY
i given to Electors of the Electoral
District aforesaid, that in obedience to
His Majesty's writ to me diiccted and
bcliringdiite the 2!)th day of September,
A. D.-1'.IOI, I rcquiic the piesence "of
the electors itt tho COURT 'HOUSE
in the OPTY OF''NELSON injaid
district on the FIRST DAY of the-
month of NOVEJIBRR, A. D.190^,-
from noon until two of the clock in the
afternoon, for the purpof-c of nominating a perfaon to represent them in the
IIOUSIC OK COMMON'S of CANADA';
and that in case a poll is demanded
and allowed in tho manner by law prescribed, Mi<-li,poll will he opened on
tho 22nd day of November,*A. I)., 1904
from the hour of Nino in the forenoon
until Five of the clock in the afternoon in each of the following polling
divisions, that is to say.
No.
1.
���>
-A
'i.
r. ���
,i.
' (i.
'  7.'
8.
!).
10.
. IL.
12.
13.
I'I.'
d,r).
10.
17.
' IS.
HI.
20.
���*2.'.
22.
23.
"2<l.
'25.
2G.
27.
28.
Ro.shland.
Ho.ssland.;
Uossland.'
Kos.s1iiih1.
, Hossliind.
'Nelson -       '
N'olson! K  '
Nelson.
Nelson.'    *
Nelson.
,'Pniil.
.Tiail.     ',-
'Uevelstokc.
-Uevelstokc.
Kaslo.-
Kaslo.     j r
Cranbrook.'
,Ci'nnbrook.
Cianbrook.
Fernie.
Fcrnie.-"
Fernio.
'f
"      i
-4
i
4
A
i". uf
'i i -
Y'l
��� :i
China Creek.
Castlcgar.    . ���
Fire Valley.
Deer Park.   T
Bui ton City. c,
Nakusp.
��� 29.'-St. Leon.
,')0,    Arrowhead.
31. Beaton.
32. C.oniapli.v,
33. CambomeY
.'M,    Wigwam.
��� '.ii).    Clanwilliam.
30,   'lllecillewaet.
37.VAlbcrl Canyon*.
38. /,Glncicr.     ,
. 39.    Rogers Pass."
40. 'Beavermouth.
41. * Donald.*'   ,
42. jt Golden.     '
43.' Palliser.   ',,
44.'   Field.
��� 45.   Hog Raiiclic* , -
t.40. 'Curbonate.
47. Spulliiiiachec'n.
48. Galena.
"4Q".L  Briscoe'   "'->l'
"50.    Wilmer.  -'    "'
5L. i Athclmcr.''
52. Windermere.
53. WancU'i.
5-1.. rEi-ie. ���        * "
.1
���<. if
."     Y|:
-���-il
MOTICi: is lujrobj   mv en Th al,'.ii'i Y|  ,s niter
^ -<li'.f.';.,..,..!i.i"/.,'."L1" i1"-''- >" Hie /ion iho
I Inuf
lor
('(iiiiinifc
���I ICC I 111
loner
I icon,,
anil    Wnrl;
Commencing at, .pout-marked "j. h. Jlaefiu-
i\'\"J .. ��� ��� ��� .U',',l'.lu-T I'o��i." planted at J. W.
i.i,'���'i';,!, i"i'"i * ���"������NN11".r""F IlaMt' u'��"c�� south IU
e si i u ^e'LS'',l)'! c "1,n��'< "'""co �����"���'����� M
n     !,1 ^'-.,'c0 "'e'1 m Bli'iliis-to place ot com-
Uiitctl Hcpt, -.'Illi, ||t()|. ���:'���'    '
JOUN LOKNE ilAUFAKLANE.
Salmo.
Yinir.
Yiuir Arm.   -
C^iieon Mine.
Arlington J\Iine.
Second Relief Mine.
Velvet Mine,  >.
Patterson. ���        '
Slocan .I unction.
Win law. c
Slocan City.
Entciprise Landing.
Silverton.
New Denver.
Rosoberiy. '
Tliiod Forks.
Sandon. ,
McGuigan.
Whitewater.
Lardo.
Poplar.
Trout Lake City,
Ferguson.
Ainsworth.
Pilot Bay.
.Granite.
Athabaska Mine.
Fnirview.   '
Willow Point.
I'roctor.
Sitdar.
Kitchener.
Cieston.
Moyic City.
Kiniherlcy.
Kort Steele.
Fort Steele .Function
Uyan.
jMai-ysville.
Miouv,
Ciirriithers'Mill.
Wai'dnor.
liull River.
l'erry Creek (Old Town.)
Wiitlsbiirg.
W'nsa.
Cl tile way.
Ryki.'rts.
���JalViay.
Klki).
Morrisscy Mines.
Carbonado.
iMorrissov.
Coal Crook.
Spin-wood.
Michel.
The hoop.
Ci-tiw'-i Nest.
iMolly Gibson Landing.
Galena Bay.
McCulloch Creek.
Revelstoke   Lumber
Co's Camp.
Klkniouth.
And further, Hint on the 5th dny of
December, A. D. 1901, at the Court
House, in the City of Nelson, at tho
hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, I
shall open ihc ballot boxes,add up the
votes given for the several candidates,
and leturn as elected the one having
the majority of the votes,
Given under my hand, at the City
of Rodsland, this 8th day of October,
A. D.1904.   :   ���:
JOHN BOULTBEE,
���Returning Officer,
55.
50.
L 57..
58.
59.
00.
01.
02.
03.
04.
05.
00.
07.
08.
09.
70..
71.
72.
73.
74.
75.
, 70.
77?
78.
79.
80.
81.
82.
83.
S'l.
'85.
80.
87.
88.
89.
90.
91.
92.
93.
91.
95.
90.
97.
y 98.
��� 99.
100.
101.
102.
103.
101.
105.
100.
107.
108.
109.
110.
III.
Ill
113.
IU.
115.
110.
L17.
?1
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5 4  'j  KOOTENAY   MAIL , SUPPLEMENT.  ",  SATURDAY, OCTOBER' 13, 1904.  THE WAR.  ody Battle Raging���������Japanese AgairrVictorious���������Jap  - Gunboat Blown" Up. '   ' f  ukden, Oct. 11���������A bloody  battle  iging six  miles  noilh of  Yentai  on     The   .Inpnnese   on   Sunday  thick along  the whole fiont and "  Rus-ians   advanced  jiicioss1 the ttb  THE RAILWAY    LIBERAL RECORD   THE LIBERALS  PLAIR/1S ~       "   ���������. ���������  -       ���������  ' -  ������  '������, < ~ul-m-*-y The   Government's u Claim   on Gain Support of Prominent Con-  SMALL SET  TLE  W. A.-Galliher's Position in  the matter., t  the Country.  i i  li nver and came within three  I-Vof Ventai, but ycsteid.iy the J������p-  Ic.ieceivecl stiong, leinfoicements  If.intiy and in till iy and not only  then po itions, but e\en took the  lisivc.' ui v , ' t  light lasted'all day and night,  tie Japanesednected then nitilleiy  [with' gieat-'skill and'se  |sia imposition so lieiccly  sinus fell back noith ,of the Schili  ���������i, which  cio-ses ,the  river seven  lis noith of Yentai. I e.  lhe,,Riissian& tlii* morning lesumed  It ^advance 'and once moie ciossed-  liner and tengngcd  the, Japanese  [mile* south of it   r_ j *      '      *  'temric  aitilleiy engagement  is  jessing .ill,along the entiie fi'ont.i  tokio,   Oct.   11 ���������The  loss  of<- the  loied gun boat lleiycn is innounced  Hcijen "-fiuck a-miiTc olV Pigeoni  ami  loundcied.    yc.irlj' 300 pel -  - 'Hon. W. S: Fielding in Toionto Julv  11,1'Ji 4-   , "  "We think weha\e the tight, in the  piescnce of such a lecoid as 'lh.it  whichJ hhve in 'pint sketched hcio  tonight, to ask foi the continued sup'-  poit of all tho Libeials and of the m-  - 'servative Electors.  nnc'iisi. in: 'di.i.ilvi.s i.v ir.  Statements are being ninde that tho  hiw (inn, with which   Mr   G.illihei ' is  soci.ited   at   NcKon,  hns  been   np  pnintfd ' to , distiibute   the   moneys  bong pmd ovcr'for^l.il'oi and supplies dependent Con-ei vatives of the  conn  on thi-,Lnrileaii railwav, and is clung-  tiy.    We  have,a light to ask for sup  ing'10 per  cent   commission   for the  poitfiom independent Con sei vatives,  sustained'  service.   Trie trmh  is that' when the  because we feel that the fccoid   must qui:i*fi  contractois foi   rhe   L.irde.iu   railway  coinmand  then appiov.il, and ' we aie  failed many   workmen, and   business  awaie that the art tudo of the pi'es������ut  ���������c���������.,1i,ui^Ui,t>,ltu,iiC,.(u������,iiu,   firms  took   their  cl.inis 'to  11���������������  law   Consei vative,' le.ideis   on   some   veiy  witlf gieat--skill  aiid'sc.iich'cd the J11'"1 <of ������lessls Galliher/and W il-on ?to* giayaquestions is c.\citing the anxiety  that  tiie'oollpct foi   them in   the usual eoursc.  and  alaim  of many of the veiy best  Others took their claims to difteien'f men who blue hitheito acied with the  Inw firms, and   IInr\ev, McC.uteu.ind   Conservative p.nty ,'  Pinkhim^h.id a good ninny      Th������ C       "We'do not claim that ���������-he lecoid of  P R. contended tl-cy  weic not  h.ible  the government has been onorof abso-  and   relnsed to  lecognise the ,claims, lute  peifection,-that  is'haidly to be  Mr. Gallihei , took   the/matter, up "at  hoped for/but wedoc'nim that, speak-  Ottaw.i, as hundreds  of his 'constitu-  ing -if its lecoid geneially, it.-has bien  ents weie nlli-cied   and put up a^ fight an enlightened,  piogiessive, lndustii-  ag.iinst the C  P  It  foi thieeye.iVs  '     ous an l laithful admmistiation.'TJpon  He contended if  the C  P. R would   that  iecoid������vvo' ask the \eidict oi the  *not piy then ] ist de������ts for, work'doni-  on then l.ulu.iy the dominion government   should   pay   nnd, deduct   the  the adniinistTdtion of Sn   Wilfncl La-  Yberciituec.ewlweie'dio-MHd.^    -'mount fiom the Mihsidy.     Thecnm-  '.    .   ��������� .   -   .-    .i.-  selt   'Qr v,'u.  pa  y   contended    this  rould   rot, be  states   tl^'-iP^-'Hy done, hut Mr  G ilhher was tip-  Cnpt. Robinson, of ..Sejkiik, says:���������  " I suppoited the government ol Sir  John A. Mncdonald huciuseJ believed  in hihi and in his ndnmiisti.ition, and '  I suppoic the piesent government foi  the same lenson I will continue to  suppoit it, and believe it ought  to be  Opinions of Experts on Matter  of Small Holdings. ,  q\>\-.iifo and m;w nnu.xsvvici*.  A geutl man fiom New   Biunswick  <   On'   Tuesday   Mr.    Sharp,   bf   the  Agassi/   exweiinjoiital   faim',r accom-' ,  pnnied bv  \Y J. ,Black;"editor of the  Fainiei's Advocate.'of U innipeg.diove ,  out to  Coldstie.ini   Hunch nnd   othei  places'   in    that   vicinity,    and   weie  pleased -with what  they-aw in theii'���������  iambic   aiound     the    neighboihood    '  The pinicipa! object of tneir visit was  to  iisccitain   how  much   land is   still   "  --t.ues the opposition will he foitunate 'available,for fmitgiowin.- anil gcnei.il '  if ihe- ,manage toiet.mi thiee seals     Yfaiming'itvoider thatthev m.iv~icpoit  -A ]):omineut  polinci.m,  whorthoi-  thei'eon. . ,v     ' j ~-"Y  oughL ui deistands the politiciiVsitu--     These-gentlemen  exposed'  th'om-  ution in Queliec savs   - We w ill iera in   selves ns unfavoiable to' the multipli- <>  nil   the  consti-uences we, now   hold,  cation , of   small   holdings, "belicvm"' '  and, in addition,   will ciptu.e   .Mont-  that o.iclrsettlei   shoul *��������� have at least  nioiency, Niculet nnd DoiChester." 20 or 25 acres, so ' that, besides having ,_,  muxes' covi ioi:xci:, and iAospi.kity. ,l ^.irl>" li\& oich.ud, 'they would I avc !'  sulncient land foi havrand other ci ops , t1*  WillianiBoiviii.npioiiiincnt business  which aie necessiuy "to ailifc  of mile-  ma n uf  Alonti.al, loi  40}eais a haid ipendecce.'.   ���������<���������    ���������',l -��������� vij    ~-  woikcr in the conservative   puty, im-           *         -           -   ' ' J1  country      y '   ,, ,Y  "We ha\e"gnen the, countiy, under  latest jicvv  lidingirthe  liom tho  'hi?  battle  lancse i eventually - succeeded in.  lung the Russian Jlnnlc and con-  led what at one tunc,looked like a  Jsian' victory -,into defeit, -the  fsians sutieiing frightful losses,  jopatkin's attempt to make a'toi-  I'l movenient has tluis been etlectu-  I checked foi the piesent. ' y  uner, eight -eaio of bles-ed peace,  biought about by his sunny ways���������  and do not loiget that theie was nut  always pc.u.e "eighttye.us of .splendid  nounced his^purpuso ot voting libet.i  ���������'It,is impossible,'' he said, \' to withhold suppoit fiom ���������Gnts wlni have  done so much foi the countiv. ,incl so  adviinced Us pro������piiity as liii-^' the  libci.il pury dining the pi-Heiv'^e.iio  The wealth and ivsouices of'oui (.otui-  tiy aie, becoming known liio.ul ai  the} never were befoie   I mail-.- seveia'  -\ move  held nnd the nio-iey pud over  Several law firms -i-nt  their claims  clevelopment'olCanada,  of adv.mcc  in to the firm of Galliher and Wilson'inont of  the  I'omimon in the eyes of  mpb'tn.'oiigir thlu'tiited" States'this  ntmostViinpo  to put in   wil. the  others,  hut that  the people of the mothei countiy, andL. bUinnier   ...id   was' su.p.ised   at   the  rortion   of   n  -firm i. only Uiarginc the usun   fees.*.n   ol   the   wo.ld  at  laige, eight jeais of  ,���������teiest taken in Canada by c.ipit..li-rs   "'  the claims placed in then hands direct  peace; eight yea.sof splendid piogiess,  there, and  met  many  who had   been  eight jeais oi giand���������piosp nty "  ELLIS ESTATE.  Purchasing Syndicate being arranged by Messrs. Sh'atford.  RUSSIANS ANNIHILATED.  |nibardment" of Vladivostock j}  'Now Anticipated. ^  / -  f-    - iv   K  I'oU'io,-  Oct , 11���������Kuropitkin   has  |ii dei-is'iCelyraud  scveiely whipped,  ���������tinning   ot   the   Russian   light  luis,clisastef to the Russian .uin-.'1  Ism.uis "hY7ve' 200,000 men with 1000  lis - .  Killing ihe nurht. the Japanese oc-  liii'd'the liill.- held by the Russian-,  Russians f.ilh-ig back a distance of  lee miles The J.ip mese aihaneed  Ivitlnn I5C0 j.nda ��������� of' the ,Russian  bs  at  noon, and defeated   the Iliis-  |is  in   a  lii-roe  counttr nttiick, al-  jbt annihilating the atracUmg fo'ce,  13 made1 three charges .  The Japanese cnptuiod ������1S guns, 24  ���������munition'vviigotis and loOpi lsoneio  riie"Japanese aiet'imtsuing nnd  [lhtig the Russians,1 wln.se loss is  ke  Tin is,    Oct '   14���������Five     Japanese  |i=ers have apnealedotY Valdivostock  bse   bomb.iidmcnt   is   now   antici-  FIT-REFORIM  need  by clients in the usual course o' business and made nn chaige for the  claims handed .in hy othei solicitors.  The firm's action in the mutter is perfectly shaightfoi wind  and follows the  ������.iiiie  business course a- that  which      '    l -      '    . ' .    ��������� -  would be'adopted   by   any  other  law       - , ���������,  rm in" the provinceY As'a leading- ' JIi-Sandemnn, manngei of the Ftt-  lawyeiiemarked to usrthese claims -l^eioi in laciory at Montieal- was in  weie leckoned to be' not'worth five' He" olstukehist^wcek completing ai-  cents;till   Mi.  Galliher, stniightene'd   langeiiien.ts with  Messis   lMnctl  u.ild  them out  THE G. T.P.  and Muiileith foi opening a blanch ol  the business heie. " \ ,  Mi.  faandeinaii snjs " "A  few  yci is  , ago the l-'it-Reh,i in lactoiy at AJuiiiu.il  many  attracted by oui prospentj io make  huge investments in the dominion.  They all e\pies--ed the utino-t con lid  ence ,m the futiue of Ca ada, and  hoped .that the piesent go>einiiici:t>  >would continue in powei "   '   ^  ^GKA.VD   TKOVK   PACIl'iC IS OI'  XA1IOVAL', jC   ��������� C1 "  '��������� - u  iMi'onrvNcr        <  * James Coti&tine, ol J a me* CoiistiiH-  anil (C" , nne m Montioal's Ivndiui;  c.iptaiiiB ol'lndu-ii v. a llie lung uiti-  seiiative savs , The Giaiik^Tiunk  P icilicy pirijfct   ii   one   ol1 iiiiiiieu-,e'  is on   foot-which. is of the  itance ,to  the southern  the    Okanagan , V.ille.v.'  Messis' Shalfoid aie' .manning a syndicate to take  ..vci   the  Iilhs  estate ���������  and subdivide it into liuit f.ums and  small lanchci     This e-hitecompn-es  much of the  line.-t and in  the vallev  ancl will be well opened up by the pm-  jecleil lines of the C P'R^and Girat ,  iS'oithciii   iilt^is an  idealhpl.ice  fm  Penticton   and   Okanagan  Hiding will  make  two  oTf 'the best'  tow "sites in the valley- -   ,  . If Messis Shatfo^d succeed'in  then',  plans, they will  be benefactois  to-he  Okanagan and Similkameen, and will .  have an investment  vvhh li" will  yield  good .i etui ns -   YWc -wish /them   all  led i  lluKden,   Oct    13���������The death  in'the bittle Held ls'enoi mous.  ' * It's Actual Cost to Canada.  In a speech at Vancouver lust week  R G McPherson made the followii.g  plain statement as to, the cost to  Ca-iiida'of the Giand'Trunk Pacific.���������  The line from Mnnctnn to Wn.n'-  peg, a distance of 1800 miles, at a con-  -���������tructifiii cost of $35,000 per mile, will  totn 1 $03,000,000  The government shaieof the cost of  the building i-f the Quebec budge,'  after considerations of tolls chargeable  to ������.ther lines of railway by the government have been deducted, 'will be  $.'.000,000.  ,.,���������,, , ,       -national'impo-tance. and the comple-  success ih theii entcipiise'  employed 1UU nanus    It now empluvs   tion of the road musttend u-i} gie.itly"-' -  (30U New branches aie bting opened  up all along the line and the old ones  aie being uulaiged "'    - , *~  \\ e liave blanches ngtit thiough  from SJiduey to Vicloua," continued  Mi. Sandeman, 'and many moie will  iSti opened up dining the next lew,  months. We aie the louncleis ol tailji  made garments leady to vve.ii. The  svstem h<is taken the public taste. In  the past lew  branches at  to the advantage ot'the whole dominion To tell ihe tiuth I do not see  how the conseivative duels can i.iise  ,a-iysenous opposition lo this piojcct  ot llu Launer go-eminent 1 am, ut  course, a hie long conseivative, but I  have no hostility to the Lam lei ^ovei nment.    They have done much loi  Canada,  -and   I' feel   thaf-they  aie      Montreal, Oct  12 ���������The  annual re-  obliged tocairy out the piesentscheme* P"i't of the Molson's Bank  of Canada ���������  'weeks   we  have  opened ���������liom Quebec to the west.     I do not  '���������hows net eat mugs amounting to $157,  !Nelson,  Revelstoke  and   think any of the  alternative  schemes   290.62.  OLSON'S BANK  Makes nearly Half-Million  1   Profits for Year.'  list  ���������.dmonion, and  we will  sboitlyopcn orluied  by le.ideis oi  membeis of the  in Rossland ami Calgary.    Tbeieason opposition to this  strong  pioject aie  we can ,s.2ll  tanor made  clothes at  so thoioligh oi piacticable.V L  miich less than the city tiuloi is that  -  we tuin outsucli a laigequ.intiiy, and nAC-aini   *\f  vvecan atl'oid to pay our  loiemen and fl   iiBlfSArLSX  FEDERATION.  Lecture at Vernon.  The total of the above two items is  $65,000,000, interest on which nt 3 per designeis inucli   l.ugei   snlaiies   th.ui  cent    f,ir   a   peiind   of   seven   -ears ^he olcli������aiy   t-'iloi   can  stand.    Our    anii.unts to $13 650,00.    ' t ^ gamients a.e made  in pairs  by la oi       We had two liiesbv way of diversion:  .On the- mountain section there are trained to inakeeach pantopcifectio-:. Th(j 1Iote] La.dcui ������ok ,he but ]t ^]ls  extinguished without much damage.  four hunched mile������ of road to be' built   We had to train  this labor  loi a count a  cost of -$5",000 per mile, making  sideiaole time- befme  we started   in,  a t -tal r-n<������t nf mountain construction  of $20,000,000, mteiest on which at 3  per cent, for a period of seven veais  amounts to $1,200,000  Added to the latter amountof interest there is the  interest on 'the'line  md with ihe vanous lmpiovenients  that we put in fiom^time lo time we  can claim withoutfeai of contiadiction  that our clothes cannot be suipassed.  We make everything in clothes that  men   vveai,  fiom   nding  bic-eches   to  so that the total amount of inteiest,  etc, which the Liberal government  will have to piy towaids the construction of the. Grand Trunk Pacific ii  $17.S5O.00O.  The Liberal Government -urplus for  lutheuieent  lequestof a number  Titi/ensMr   jVEedhuist, jf London,  fiom Moncton toWinnipeg,$I3,650 000,  dress suits      We inipoi tour inatena  lfwill deliver an addiess in the  JO.F"lIall, Vernon, Wednesdi.y,  fli hist. - _ '  It. Medh'ur'.t's subj -ct will   be the  ���������penal fiscal policy ns enunciated by  imlierl.un,   a   question   which   is  k-Jly becoming a  live one  in  the  'litics   of   Great  'Rtit.iin   and   the  tomes. Tho lectiuer i-< one of Clinin-  Inin's most trusty', lieutenants nnd  exponent of piefoientinl trade. ITis  leitions in thccaiiM! havingimpairrd  L health to such nn extent that his  edifi.il adviser oidered him to take a  Jigtliened   peiiod   of   rest,    he has  Joscii Vernon  as a place of recupcr-      One of th" most detestab'e nets of lemnikcd on the incapacity of the Motion, unci  docs  not  intend   to give  the provincial Conservative  regime is  Biide   government-   "With   nn   c&ti-  sre than ai c  address  here, so that  the discharge of Mr. Boulthccas police  mated los-. by bush fiics of live million  lose who  w's'i   to  hear tho subject  mngistiateat Rossland.  2sevt clay the whistle ol* the Empne  Lumber Co's. mill sounded the al.iiin,  the cause being the loot was on file  Willing hands musteied and it was  promptly extinguished.  Theie has been an exodus of icsi-  dents tlii- week to Revvlstoke in con-  nec.ion with the cases fiom heie to be  heaid at the county couit.  The Jinipne Lumber  Co. me  again  fiom the linesr mills in Scotland, Ireland and the West of  England,  anil  we have ourown excliisiveilesimis and opcinng theii'logging"camps A suit  a l.ugei variety than is to be found, in ,ull sh0itly bo made with the con-  any tailor's shop All oui garments btlHCt,0n of the company's new null  are ninde with outlets so that th-yean  ,tt Big Cieek.    It is  to   be  icady  for  the fiscal year 19t'3-190-t was $16,500,-  bo alteied if necessary,  and we can lit opciation by June  000.    The surplus  of the  next  fi-scn!  any   man   fioimthe shoitcst  to   the  ;   vear will be  greater than   that of the  tallest and stoutest   Heie is one point  last, ancl it would be great enough to  we lay great stiess on,   namely,   that  to settle the entire in lebtedness of the  we alwavs live up to vvlint  we adver-  Govcrninent towards the construction   tise.   That is one of the secrets of our  of Canada's  second   transcontinental 'success."  line of i ail way  BIG FIRE,  CHURCHES,     c  Mi:i'IIODISil.'  Subjects a in , "Religion as.! Busi-  nes-."   p  m, "The   Comparative  of  Blessedness." Anthem   "The Loid is  King  < ST.   AVDKEW'S  S"ndny      niornimr      Comtnun on  Evening subject  " The way, the truth,  the life ''    Pa-stiii's Bible class at 2 30  SVLVUIOV-AKMY.  The fn-ovvell tea to Capt. and Mis.  Bi.jnton on'Thuisd.iy was well attended, and'pioved a success in eveiy  sense. The Captain thanked' the  people "f Jievelstokf foi the noole way  in which they had suppoited the work  of the ai my dining his term here, and  was pleased to announce that, thoughs  then expenses had been heavy, thev  were aide to leave the corp in good  shape financially.'  Capt. and Mrs. Baynton co-uluct  theii final farewell tomoriow at S  o'clock.  The British Columbia  Lumberman  Million Dollars of Property Destroyed at Winnipeg.  Winnipeg. Oct. 11.���������Winnipeg had  th ' most disastrous liie.in her histoty  Mr. Boullbee cloHais to stiinding timber thioughcut  tonight vv hen the Uulmaii block, J. II.  POLITICAL.  D. O'lTiira of Ashcroft is icturni-ig  olhcer for Vale-Cat ibco.  The Tribune rematks: "The Conservatives in Vancouver are all split  up the back, nnd Liberal Candid itc  Macphcison will have a walk over."  [ly (li-cu-scd should not ncirlcct this  is held in the  highest  esteem   by all the  piovince during tho season; the Ashdown's hnidwarestores nnd several                     Ipoitunity of listening to the  a-gu-   who  know him, ancl   n-    man  could British    Columbia   government    has smaller   buildings   weie    burned    to Type and Press snys:    "Revelstoke  tents iidvniiccd bv  one of the reoog-  have been   more faithful   in   the dis- little  reason   to  be  pioud of tho pin- ashea.   The flames crossed llnnmityne is a live British Columbia  town,  and  ������.ed  lendcis of "that  policy  in  the charge of his duties.    But he commit- ental caie which it cx-eicises ovcr.this stieet and igniti cl the A&hdow-n retail the ollice of the Kooj-i.xav Maii, is no  lirherl.iiKl.                                             ted the impjidoimble sin of exercising valuable public asset.    Jf the cvpeii- stores, coi nei of Main ni-d Hatinaiyno disgiace to tho  place.     The oiiginal  flhcie will bo  no admission feo, and  his ri.ht������ as a British subject oy sup- ence   of  the  past summer does  not The  inllammablo oils and paints, to. plant   was   secured   from    Miller   it  lies arc coidinlly invited                       porting the Candida ure of J. A. Mac- suggest lemidml action, we  know not gethei with small arms nnd  animuni- MidiiucI   in   1891,   nnd   reccntlv this  "    '   :iifi-  donald. the Liberal lender,  for  Ross- what  will.   The outcome  is self evi- tion,  caused  ntiincious small   explo- was   enlarged   by   the   addition of a  ,       '  .      .        ,' . . ���������... .      , , .,        ���������     1       1      11...        in ..���������      wi... f...l .1  ..   r- .._ ,  [This lectuie has no special signi..    ...       ,     -    ...  ...   -   . .  Bnco in   inference to  the dominion   land.    What the   Tories have done at dent: Ellicicnt  die  waitlency system  sions   and   spiead   Inc.    Ihe  stiong   \\ hnifechile picss, a Kriuncr web press,  bctions. Mi. Medhurst is an enthusi-  Rossland so ne of diem   would  do all  at an annual cost of "-ay  $50,000,  oi   wind blowing lendeied the work of the  an Eclipse folder,  a   Btehmer   power  loss is  bindei,   an   Acme   wiic stitcher mid  othei first class maehinerv".  ft on preferential trade, and will deal  over  Cat-nd.i if they had'the power to  the piesent lottcn system  withapio-  liietuen  almost  useless  Kth that question alone. exercise their tyianny. vincial loss of $5,000,000." estimated at $1,000,000  useless     The  ' _.'  /

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