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 READ   BY   3000   PEOPLE,  ��������� Frovia������*l Librir]  Vol. 8.-N0. 29.  REVELSTOKE. 13. Q, OCTOBER 25, 1901.  $2.00 Per. Year.  A  "1>  ���������  ���������3  v  i  ���������������   JLiar WARRIOR  THERE ARE WINGS ON IT.    THEY ARE FLYING IN OUR 8TORE,  The New  Shoe  Here is Something of. In-'  ���������"'  terest to You  "Ask the Ladies who have tested  tlie " Emprkss " Shoes what thoy think  ofthetiL'"  fc'ee them in our window and  Mark the Stylish  Shape.  ���������' t>  Glance over our Xeat and New  Stock of Ladies' Good?, Everything  Bright and in Fashion. All prices  reasonable.  Wc aleo carry, a most complete  line of Men'a Furnishings,' Men's  Oil Slickers,     .  1 i  Carpets, Curtains, Linoleums, Table & Floor Oilcloths.  It is ti pleasure to show you what we have for sale.  TELEPHONE   li,  !=���������������*������������������-������������������Wl.A"   J'JMWBB������lU������UJ-WUl.-.������"������������l.l.l'W^^  T0������!il������r.F������W wc. offer many tempting, BARGAINS,  ���������BBFa^-f.-wrL"!'),' nmir'wiij-n-arni all  new jjoods but secured at a sacrifice  lor the -benefit of shrewd buyers;    Here's a hint of a few :���������  LADIES' SHOES $2.25    ,  Donyola Kid  Lace Boot-', sizes  ��������� ���������:?  to   y   an  cxtrd    special  for"  "-   ' only'$ J So..  YOUTHS' SHOES $1.50    ,  ���������    1 o)/ th s' Gra i n. Ba Is, a tjoudh ca vy  fhoc for school,   atl  sizes from  ��������� It to   IJ,   regular'$.'.00, Satur-  LADIES SHOES $1,36 '     .    \ t JV^' '"   ���������  "     ladies    Donfiola    Kid   Oxford j MISbES' SHOES  $1.60    '���������  Shoe*,   shot ���������)' to   i^special foi' '. Misses' Oil, r<Ml? Lttce Shoe, a  Saturday Only, -$1..?6,   ���������-       ,       | .p]Cnd.idw'cafinf)shotandspCcial  MEN'S SHOES S3.00 I'    "'��������������� *'������"<*'*'���������"���������  Men's -Dj.v   Calf    Lava ������Shto*, J.MISSES'  SHOES  $2.00  ,       rnjularsi^.-dnd in the regular \ ^.^  ^ Cfl// ^ ^ (m  way are. worth ,V.oJ, for.&atitr.  day :>���������������������������.(���������'.'���������  MEN'S SHOES $2.59  assortment   of   sizes,   splendid  value $..'.00.  iilcn's Donyola Luce Shoes, sixes  'J (o #", li'c arc,selling them In the  "    regular H}aj/ at o,?.~'J and extra \  ivluc Saturday $.?vt)i c J  GUILDS' SHOES $1.25  ���������Childs Oil .Pebble Button, all  Hizctt from 6' to M, solid leather  boles, extra value ^/.-J.,  ' A full assortment of sizes in Men's,,Women's, and Children's Rubber:���������all th's season's goods, ���������  fou can't buy thede goods on Friday or Monday at.  thesa prices.    They are  , ,  fiAfrtTftDAV   BARGAINS.  Tayloi & Gemge have jn->t imported  a line .'-lock nf fin.ey drets triiiiniing-'.  Good Mi'nng p,*iii* nf Serg������ panis may  Ik* hull fur $5 to unlet at, It 3 WiNon's.  T lylm* k George are a Ming Lo '.heir  shop line si).jw windows ot plate glass.  Why wear poor pants when yon Can  pel .a pair mule ut, It. 3.   Wilson's for  It. B. Wil-nn iia*. Jil-I, import eel a  Hew stock of tweed-', win sleds, and  ov-el'coatiiig-'i  Leu Is Urns, tvpnil. gre|lt. activity ill  Oily real estate, pailiciil.irly lit Smel-  tci" Tow mile lots.  iMii PoiiilL will open hi> phologra-  phii* si iidiii in Tapping':- building, Con-  naught Ave, loinoi'Viw.  Dr. McLean has moved llis tiMce  from oppufile llie Kool.enav Mail Office  lo hi.-, residence, on Mckenzie Ave.  D. Jenkins lias disposed nf hi* shoe-  [linking business to L. rjchiii'idel* and  Mill leuvc on Monday for the (Joust,  Ueid it Young f'lTer <i special I urgaitl,  day loiiionow, in I id i >���������-.���������, i hildtvn-*- and  geuls slior.*<. See (heir advel tiseiueut  for pi ices,   ���������  Messrs. MelCen/ie and Ramsey will  {in lo Golden lo paint llie Imperial  Dank building there for tin: contractor  J. Ki'i'nalian.  IJ. It. AI kins, ciu-lonis officer will  move I nun pi-i'Heni eu-toni hon-e near  the Maliim, In the pnsi, of[lce, the  KbUj/ffV lilMftg vaV'.t Vfl fj'wv, 1st,1  J. 13. Cres*nian will op-na lu-.-incli of  his lailorin-r lni*>in.*ss at Feiirusoii in  May next. lie has just placed an oilier with Rnlit. Darling & Co., Toronlo  fora full stock fur this branch,  J. Guy li irlier has JnnporUd .'a mug-  nillceiiL stock of cut gl iss goods. No-  lliinu liner in the .way of a present  for a friend could he selected. , Th**  goods are guaranteed,with tho makei V  inline,  ' Taylot ������k George difect at tent ion  (hi'ougli out* r-ciltiirms lo the new Empress sline, also lo their new stock of  ladier* gotic1st inen's fiii*ul.*<hings.c;arpet>  I'lirlaius, linwleums, table and floor  nil cloilH,  Ta Vlof & Geni'gU ll.ivti opened a full  stock uf slumped linen*, cushion cnv-  I'i's, and laundry hags, aNo a full ran^e  of silks, and call 'supply the pupils al-  trtitlinR.Madaliie McKeiizie's classes  with all rcrpiireiiienls.  Madaine McKenzie's clasFes for fancy  needlework at. Taylor & Gfoig^'s are  very succcs.-i'ul, over Lwenly pupils  now ut lending, and the classes are  sleadily Increasing. Very nice work  is being done, a pauiplt! of point, lace  being shown in Taylor George'? win-  dowi ,  G, 1'. Ciuti'< is r-xhihilii g in lii-" window a new .-lock of IIuIImihI liiilli^,  which he ha> jiiil impui-led from Til*  onlo. These include Hyacinth, Nm-  cis.ius, I'lee/.ia, Tulip elc, nf the clmic-  u<t, va i let ics a ml .Mr. Curtis is ofFer-  l))'^ the.-e litilhs very ih".iply and ul  T ironto prices, so thai, lovers of win������  tl )��������������� gardening hive lhe !e"*l advaii*  U,'i s in making a .selection fiom Mi'  C>ir;UT? stuil*- ��������������������������� '  Bonded for $60,000-  i ,  Mi'.' Shannon, the well-known  aesayer, of Ferguson, recently entered into a bond to acquire the  Black Warrinr for $50,000 on behalf of C. W. JlcCrossan, of the  Metropolitan Company. Men were  set to work, but Mr. McCrossan repudiated his bond and Mr, Shannon had to pay up the men.out of  his own pocket, with the intention  ut bringing suit against Mr. McCrossan for the amount.  The result of the work done on  the property was to develop a pay-  chute of three feet of ore, and Dr.  D. A. Stewart and M. 13, Webber, of  Winona, Minn., who had been  operuting another property in the  Lardeau, came to Revelstoke on  Monday, accompanied by Mr.  Shannon for the purpose of making  an offer for the property, which be*  Jongs to Tom Horn and H. N.  Coursier.  Accordingly, on Monday night,  an agreement was entered into  whereby Dr. Stewart and Mr. Webber should take a bond on the  Black Warrior. " The amount oi  the bond is ���������?fj0,000, on a working  basipj and Messrs, Cutu'sier and  Horn retain an interest in the,property. It is intended to put in a  winter camp, and push development  work.       ' '  LIBERAL     !"~  ASSOCIATION.  '   Election of Officers.  -'The annual meeting of'the, Liher-  al Association was held on Monday  night. The following were elected  officers for ,thc ensuing year:���������������������������  President, W. M. Lawrence ; Vice  presidents,. W, J, Dickey, and R.  Howson ; Secretary, J. A; Smith;  Treasurer, \\\ H. Cook ; executive  committee, J. A.,Dallas, D. M. Rae,  G. M. Clark, J, L. Johnston, and  H. X. Coursier.    .  A circular was read from' the  Rossland Liberal Association suggesting that tho Provincial executive be requested to convene a  convention and that the next provincial election be conducted on  party lines. The meeting endorsed  the' circular, urging that the convention be held at Revelstoke as  the most central'point.  On motion of II; Cook,'Pccondcd  hy J. Dallas, it was resolved to  place on record the association's  regret ut. the deaths of Chirk' Will**  laue alld N. J\ .DaviH who--while  bUloHgihg to thocolisel'viitivd pnl'ty,  httd |iiveil the best jeiil's of ��������� their  life tU the service of Die Dominion.  Messrs. II. A. Brown, I-Iaggen.  aiid Howson were appointed a committee to obtain information about  tlie improvement of the upper river  for navigation and to make representations to the government to  have,the necessary funds voted for  the work.  /ts  Great    Agricultural,    Mining,    and  Lumbering    Resources.  c- -  (By ������ A. HAGGEN,t M. E.J  Much has been heard of the Big  ,Uend and much is expected of it",  The development of this section of  country has long been recognized  as the backbone of' Revelstoke.  Sometimes the question has* been  asked " Is the Big Bend al! that is  said of it "? Again the query has  been put, (i Will Revelstoke derive  the benefit that has,so confidently  been expected from tho opening up  of the Big Bend"?1  Aim mm: TiiLVGi? tri;k7  - The answers to these questions  are of paramount importance to all  who are interested in the city and  the'surrounding district. It was  "with' a view to ascertaining tlio  facts regarding this little known  and much,, belauded country that  tho writer spent four'weelis of the  past season in travelling through  ltu valloyK mid over its mountains,  A l-'INB THI I'.       ,  In ,fine weather a  trip over tho  Big Bend trail is one of the rem!n-  isences of a lifetime.     Following  lhe courfc of one of the'finest of  American  rivers for a  distance of    .      ,.      ,    , ,* .      ,.-  sixty miles; which is as far as tho   sionalboallond lieingshippecUipthe  trail now, goes, the traveller passes''nver> hn}... generally   by , the pack  thfbugh an immense area of magni-  fact that the river was successfully  navigated many years ago. there  should now be any serious difficulties in the way of'navigation that  the * knocker'whispers in your ear  when you ask for information.  Rather, the almost uninterrupted  view of the river, gives one the impression of a magnificent waterway, which, with some improvement of tlie channel, can be made  one of the finest1 navigable rivers in  the province. ,  '  TltA.VSl-ORTATIO.w"  A fairly good wagon road has  now been built to the head nf Nine  Mile Riffle, so that, in the event of  excessively low or very high water  enuring cliffieultyof navigation in  tho canon or at the riffle, communication can still' bo maintained  above those points.   -      '  The placing of a steamer on the  river will supply the country tributary, to the river for sixty miles at  least  with' an excellent means of'  transportation.  Tho requirements of the country  have so far been served bv an occa-  cent timber lands-and the day is  not, far distant when'these forests  will resound with the axe of the  lumberman from . Revelstoke to'  Canoe river. The new-'camp'put in.  nt Ciirnes Creek .by' the Revelstoke  'Ltunber Company is but the forerunner of many others.  'i'OrOOtfAt'itYb,  Along the trail an occassional  patch of ground, which will some  clay make good ranching land when  the timber is cleared off, is met  with, and the ranches tint sparsely  dot the valley are already wry successful,  ��������� For sixteen miles north of Revelstoke tlie mountains crowd into the  valley, and there* is no. land of  value till Lnformc Creek is reached.  Tho timber has'been devastated by-  fire for some miles over that section  of the/trail, and with the exception  of the Fred Robinson Co.'s holdings  there is no timber there of value,  "At Eight-mile a Mr. Wilson has  taken up mi area for a ranch, timber and bwnsitci At Nimwiiik' is  the fatnoliB ' ���������      ���������  ' . NiNli-'Mii-H l������lWiii-:,  \\liieh -Is riiid to be the worst piece  of water between Revelstoke .and  the Rapids. As the traveller'rides  along the bank'of tbe river he fails  to detect thore obstacles of navigation that ��������� have been said to exisl,  and  wonders  win-,  in view of  the  trains of Geo. Laforme and J. Nel-  S011' '        o'���������,  DOMINION   LANDS.  As the Dominion government  have had tt survey made of ��������� the  lands .within the railway beltj and  lying0sotith of Games Creek-,cit is  now an, easy matter for intending  settlers to select and'-"define their  sections in the area.   ���������  -     DllTIcri/riKS  OF TI! A VEI.UNO.  A great draw-back to exploration  ih the Big Bend is the scarcity of  feed for horses, the dense timber  growth'having shut out the patches  of grass so often met with on mountain trails, The packers.'get over  the difficulty by packing ieed to  different points on the route���������an  expensive and troublesome process.  The first place where the traveller  can depend ' on getting feed for his  ho.ve is at W.^Whitmore's stopping  place at Games Creek, 28 miles  by���������< trail from Revelstoke, After  that, the feeding stages .itre more  convenient, namely 'Boyd's ranch,  lii miles further on", Geo.' Laforme's  ranch on Dowiiie Creek, five miles  ubuvo Boyd's, w\u\ Laforme's ranch  nl Goldstream. '2o( miles ��������� beyond  Downie. Had the government  adopted' ,the plan of seeding down  the country, adjoining tlio trail  after (ires a great boon to travellers  with horses would now have been  provided,  (To be continued.)  BOARD OF TRADE.  Meeting of Council.  A meeting of the Coui,:il of the  Board of Trade was held yesterday, when there were present:Cap;,  Taylor, and Messrs. Shaw. Sibbal(,!  Brewster and Hnggen.  A letter was read from the" C. V,  H. stating that in' regard to the  rcpresuitiiiions made on behalf of  Craigelachie settlers., a station and  siding would be put in as required  next spring,'  The question of river improvement was discussed and it was resolved to write the'Minister of Public .Works and Mr." Galliher, M. P.  urging that provision be made at  next session of Commons for improvement of the upper river for ���������  navigation now that a steamer its  about to be put on there. The secretary was instructed to obtain a  copy of Mr. Gamble's report.    ,  with reference to the article in  the Kootenay Mail regarding the  establishment of u sawmill at  .N'orthport to cut Big Bend logs'it  was resolved to communicate with-  the C. P. R. with a -view to securing such favorable lates to St. Paul  and Minneapolis, as would induce  the promoters lo build'hero instead  of at Xorthporl,  'llio mailer of an exhibit for the  proposed mincrulogical exhibition  at Xcw York also received attention.  RAIL AND STEAMER  THE NAKUSP CASE.  Sagah  Found  Guilty o:i  $ec:nd  Count.  The trial of Sagala, in whose'ease  the jury at Revelstoke could not  agree- wtis on at Knmloops yesterday and the jury brought in the  following verdict: "Guilty on  second count, of using fire arms  wilh intent to do grevious bodily  harm| with strong recommendation  lo mercy,  Sentence will' be delivered . on  Monday.  REVELSTOKE SCHOOL  The roilnwlng is the pnrolmrnt unci  average in each nf lhe hinms I  l-Vinci'i hI'-j room���������enrolment 32.  average atleiirlance 23.  Miss Smith's mom���������enrolment 13,  average allcnrlaiicc 31,  Miss Edgar's loom���������enrolment ii'),  avi'iage allenilancij 11.  MNs Uoliinson's mom-enrolment  IS, average a I tendance UJ.  Mi������s Creech's rimin ���������enrolau'iiL J8,  average at tendance !Jf).  AJis.-i-l'Vaser's rooin-i'nto'.Hieilt   \~>,  Tlie.Jmppi'ial hank opens al, Feign-  son on Nov, Im,  Mr.-*. Uilerln, of Front, Sl.reil, \v.\<  jn>( received hack lln* cxhihils sent, In  ihe New We.sl.inin**tei Fair, ami fur  which *������he olilainetl exrellrnl, awanl-b  namely 'three Hist, and |,������u sen*ml  prizes. The IIi'-aL piin-M ivere awarded  for embroidery, croeln-t wmk, wool  Kluinl, ladles'-handling. Tile second  print'.-, wre for a sofa pillow and drawing work,  Holier!, D.nv-swell,   proprietor of llie  ""���������'If' ������������������i'1'   y-ineouvt'i", ibo,,eor;(if      ,,   ,       . ,  I he iikiM   loinlai* lniidliads, and ki'i'p*-,       * " n ,.,..,,  one   of   Hi"   h'Sl,   h n.el-   in Ih 11, cii v, ' I'n'dli't.    iimitlM*     Will:  (totul pay has been found on 27 claims  on Giuulli' Creek al. Nome.  The Duncan Mines propose to add  iwenly olainps lo Iheil mill at Pool*  mini mine, tha*- converting their mill  Into a fol'ly bhimp mill,  Piospi-clt'l's struck rich placer diggings al the h*.'iiclivnt.i'r*> of llorsetly. in  Caiil.no, They liroughL onl, cniisider-  cable dust and say there is a large urea  ,   Old timers  a m's     Creek.  could get it lo  Seveial Klm-dike'is ' w i nt tin re lln  other day and il.-po<ili'd wlih. Mi*.  Dnws-vell $2l(l,CCU in Yukon Kohl foi  safe keeping IIII I hey  the Doininiiai assay onice.  IJ. '11, C/ainph"li, who ha������* heen foi  some, years rnniiecled will) the Koo'r-  I'J.VAV MaIIj, and was for two yeais  pl'oprlr'ior nl' the impel- left, on Friday  nu [���������ChijjIoh'm tl ii t i it tile good wishes of  hi-, ninny li'lend-*. Mr. t/iiinphell has  liei'ii ile.-ei'U'illy held in lii-jh e-ieem iii  U"Vi*l-.loke. lie will make his home  at, Kainloops for ihe present.  Tom   Iloriie,   who   knows   lhe   Col-  Thel'e   llil-f   heen (jr.ile a ninh  for (he  new diggings.   'J'he dirt, is said tp  pay  .")c l,o $2 io the pan and  that men can  make .$20 a day.  Mr. Oliver  Wclhcreil,  Chairman  of  I the JjOiulon k. JJ. O. cabled to London :  1     I'lva Croup   present prospects do not  i justify any  fui'lhir expenditnrt: what  'ever.    Hntei prise, ��������� Mveryl hing juices  me lhe grenle.xl sal i-fnclinn.    V<>\\ lei*'-  ) opinion i-i '"nevei* looked so  well as nt  ' I'l'esenl,."    Hope In slaft concenl |*,il ion  ! tvorks  coinprexMir   In  about  2') d  ,  ..,    ,    _ .  dav. .  uinbiu Ri\er \voll, expresses the npin- J \Vhi|e\\fili-i- nilm* Is looking well." J  ion I hat the, rock at Steamboat riflle, Cant estimate what is ihe uinrgin of  below Dfiyil's, should he removed. A j piolll jinlil I hret-monlhs steady wc.rk  ton of powder is required for tlio   pin  pose.   Another had    place   h    Rocky I  Point,  just   ahove.  Steamboat    Riflle. i  Mr. Horn ihinlci that, will) an   expen, j  diliiieof  i?,'5,0G0   the.   river   could   he  nUide lea si nm lily   s.ife   for   navi^aliou  Uiv������'ii ^Vtj-jVu^ m ifcitiH,  ing.   Uolh���������l-'rospeclsarc undoubtedly  siood.  A special service will he he]*.' in lhe  Salvation Arinv on S-itoiday eveniiiK  a I eight oVlnck, when Miisi^n Andrews  from Spokane vvill give a magic lantern  e.xJiJhitioij.   Aduiis^on adults i-3 ti'Ut?  (���������WWfv'olu.wpis.*  ,C P. R. will build'' f'on Spence's  IJriiige to Siiiiilkaineen.  The additions to the C. P. 11. hotel  al Field have l-een completed.  Kr.glisli   capitalists have   oflered   lo,  build the Coa.it Kiioteniiy liblway,  ,TIip C. P, 11. will shortly put in ex-  tpiisitjns to their lio'iels   at  JJunfl   ui.d  -  Vancouver.        .    ,      '      r  The engines for tlio stpunier Rfveb  ���������stoke wp.nt to JSbkusp on Saiurdav,  but the h'jiier.s are uol yet lo hand.  A������ br.ikeinan ��������� na'med Rurppo was  ki Iim I ut the. L'lido last Sunday  ihroiigh hi-s font catching iu a frog.  The S;pamp.i- Killing, '.vhich ran  aslioie, on her Inst tiip noilh, has been  gotten oil anil leturucd lo Yancuuvei",  C. P.    H.   trntlic. leceipts fur week  ending  Oct." Iti'n   were   8750,000 as"  ag>iiiij>t   i'575,000   foi*  same,  period of  liist \ear.  Tim royal iruin is l<) he. placed on  pxhtliilion in the principal ciiirs of the  Doininion at 2j cents per IichH admission, lhe. pi'dceuds to i*o to ut'pliiitiii^i!^,  ���������  A splendid new stnlion,   with   cell- '  end and   ladies'   wailing   rooni**',   li*l������*,-  gi'iipli and   ticket oilier, ex pre:*,  mnl  ling'.'asn Miiim-i lias been coinpliited   at  Spence's lirld^e  Tlie.  Piovlnee-Niy.s thp C. P. It. Iiv������  'nRv.->r   ni-irio   a dollar out of-JifiuMi  Collin.bia, and   that   lhe railway husi-  uess'is   conducted   at   a luss to day in  ihis province.  A meeting will be lu-ld at Ottawa  on Nov, "JOih to nrsiinise a national  railway union, lo luke. iu the. brother  hoods of conductors, engineers, fire-  iiipii, brakpiiiPii and lelegriipliei-.i.  Conductor Ciump is temporarily appointed  traiiiina-vter' "it   Field   in   the  iibhi'iiet}  of   trainmaster   Carey.    Tho *  hoy, li'iji'.* that ibis is paving thp.   way  for Conductor Crump's promotion.  As No. 1 piMMid Twin' lj"jlt������5 on  Monday, some Cuiibuo wen* within  100 yards of the. (rack, Engineer  Patrick tli'iuijliifully' pulled up the  train to give Uip passengers a good  view of the lii*,; g.-ime.  D. \V, Slearm.in, of the de.spatcluVs  otlicu at Itevelstoke, is o'f for n three,  week'** holiday, duriun vvhicli he will  vi>it.Sin Franci-co. J. J. Shaw of tin*  (Jp.'������fi!it*j|iPi,a ulliee ut Vancouver, is  luliiui{ his place.  ��������� lloadinaster Newman is busily (>n*  gilded gelling _ lhe tiatk" iu Jiliapc foi' ���������  winter. Tiie mnk over the (Selkirk's  i������ being ic-laid vviih steel. Two gangs  are engaged on this work, one. working  from Twin Bulto to Albert Canyon,  .-md llie other from GLicier lo lie, r  Creek. The. new sice! is SO bs. i r  101'ns. hpavier ihn-i thr' old si nel.  It is pru'baliie that 11. Bluckmore,  who thoroughly knows the liver to  Llig Deiitl vvill he appointed Pil< t of  thfc Steamer Iluvelsioke > when si e is  put on the run. Tliose. who know the  tiver e.\pt<j*������s grave doubts as t'i th**  steamer being able, ly make her lln i*  den iri j) tllis fail, U'.viiijJ W the wi>t\J  VtFnfi-WOJ0*V| ..���������'������������������������������������������������������  O  6  S^RSeiSBSSIE^ffi^ tukMo
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THE   PROSPBOTORS'   EXCHANGE
Ho. i K.-W.-C. 3LOCK, N3LSON. B. C.
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Teluplione Xo. 1 'I   I\ 0. HovTVJ. ANDREW F. ROSENBEZIGER. Nelson, T.C
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ABRAHAMSOi BROS..
PROP'S.
Kewly built. Fiist-class
in every respect. "All
modern conveniences.
Laige sample'roonis. Fire
pi oof .safe'. ' 1'Vec 'bus
nieets all trains.
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(Jl:)' 'illustrated catalogue will g'i\'*c you
more information as 10 goods'and prices than a
week of shopping. 11 contains cuts and' prices of
almost everything you could wish for.  '
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is the most handsomely finished, oives the'l'x'st .satisfaction, and
.costs no.,more than the. ordinary everyday shoe. You need not
consult a corn docioi; but purchase a ' pair of Invictcs Sjiols
and your corns will,disappear. Made bv Gr.oi-toi- A.*Si \tek
and sold by    , ,
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.bbrai.I should ;be' eoraiecteu.\yitb the
'Canoeriver ytrtiii,
niiMi,;;^
These Avbrks'sbouidbb are
t-b steajnhoald etc,- t.o "(bialile ���Jsiu'li  to
who are also dealers in Groceries. MaVdware. Tinware, Leather
Goods, Crockery, Glassware, Clothing-, Men's Furjiisnings, etc,
Front Street, Revelstoke, B. 0.    ,
yb-bBMiuihTEuybSoLicvvo^ i'ecetitJstt'ike  ilbvtlu
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JlcKenziej'Ave.v
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vPIoni.. American, liistitutV ?..l'iii!i).s; En;:!ncu;',)
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KeiTls'toke,'1 lJ.bC.'b:tcrnjon';to thebbtetJ tl,itt. "tbere-ibvE\\
'^*bti"''"''"^'''':T^<'!dargei'arC!i y:0fj;coi:tur	
V;;'b^biyeiini;oo^in^
)y, lj'du', b As���Viruitter of, fact it is*
,..���..    ���...... .. , d uo to;'A lei rj^Ic!;eod j t'liit t anv,effoH
between the b- ���-,'"' ���""���'"������    ���:bb;bi"' ; "'���;>-���' '��� ''';i-' '���'-���������
���    . ,., .r!is oetub' uintie (ujliayetncAvork put
n 'bbvndivbeipre';b\vi ti ter: .cqikcs-on, ��� a.s
������WhaVs'Ww Facf Worth?  '
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PRiZE WRINGERS
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btbat^seetion.JwliibhbnKK' -riV:)]' th.t>be
; y i; 111 a old .:.ti tbeb cl by,? ox' t'a ri boo j: n <1
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'���'���,': ].iqliey.y'naiiK*!y ,tbat obciaiHi'iit'b:.ng
bv the COaSt-Kuuteiuiy road asji.guv^
,, eriiiii.ciUy railway. . 'Tiiisb wi'lUakbb ,ii'/|b*:,.v;,,(
bvbiieb wi'lul ���' Ots't   of, .bniitii   C'Urtis
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linn jv':'c";gi.njilinieiili!'ryvd.��i'i''i:'|:iiet as b
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j AND STRENGTH;.
���'iro. two of the  world's best
��� makes,     The SUNSET is
a   heavy   wooden    wringer
with two 12-inch Solid Rub
bor Jv'olls,
The I'kiyj'. is.ao'alvan-
i/.etl steel frame wringer,
warranted not to rust and
has two 12-inch Solid Rubber Kolls.
They are money tnakeis
ior both Retailer and Consumer.
JJiiin ir'cqmj-dini'ebla'r^ o-vWiiyivms Pin:< i ;--| rso'���'"1"'
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U'i'ijrl
ht'vhas reirtlered
tSie city -iiad  disirubv and Tuirlieti-
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(Jjitiiv fiiidb-beive- Ihm.ii;
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db'n-baV-U iviices lib ye.been������de.-troyed
aij I JljK're. is- ���t'ni.j.'.il jijtl-'c indi^ibi-
li'.nib 'over ("he laxity .vi, tbe tbity
C'oinieil .in. tlH'inaiier,
; lbi*!y  in',' i'y*;;i.i"d   to' tlK-'bi-bj- t-n-iiee.
- Vvln'elt y.be   ha.--   i.��eenbt.[;b.j,niea?!;-e/:
J'iii'cbidiiig JtiiuabjH   Me": t-jibri;.!!���.'��� iif
, lljuy \Ais lb:n':i;;byb.:bji\ii.:at;b!!b''���'Ht.y-
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;'. iriiiir.(iovei''iii!)|,;i.'  and ^jiai'tiaiiarly;
'tu 'l.f''i!i.' Mr,;. \V"ii>. wbi.wt'- .'idiiiini'v.'.
ti'aliniib'hab, he*..1;! 'a. I.ile-s'iiiir' to !)ieJ,
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liieetiiijyof ytla" lo.eni. Liberal AV<6- i    ~ . '     y   '--���-:.   --J    '.: ���" '*''
'eia'tion. ������reff!'rdii).i.'',.,.tltc.  iato   Clark':, 'The   reasoii,,'for., f'rej'iiier'dltiiis--'
���"Wallace: and; Xb T'..  Ibavin,'re(J0f4- ' iiniir'sevnrse   in "ri-'fa'-iiiiii^ biljee is'
nised tbebtbiiity or tbo^: who. while !.e'.vi.deii.(.,fi'oi)i:' l|i,e 'folitiwinb'laMvv-i:
b-lon^in^ to  the'rnnk-o'f .Jbe,eon:,1 ^.jvenioien:' ' .-'itjijyorbbr.- v ��� ll;ili,..
s-.*ryalivfb]'iariy..v,-i'r'"; j.ulilif lu/bidf | lie!inel-r-ii.' Ibekie. f'()olb\-,Mvfiiiib.:,'
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McLennan, McFdoly &y Co., Pole Agents for B. C,
112 Cordova St., Vancouver, B.C. l
ably funiishcti'wich the choicest the market
aflords Best Wines, Liquors, & Ci-ars.
Kates $i a clay.    Monthly rate.
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Head Offlc:
Wholeisalo and Retail
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Abattoir and Cold Storage:
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iMiiiiiiiju��iiiiiij��imiMiii^^ THE KOOTENAY MAIL
$25,000 CUE GRAND $25,000
Ornithological Contest/
E S P N I E L V, E U R D I f.1 W A D O II
- Effective Oct. 13th, 1901
Ti.iins p-i.-s Kmclbtuke
EastboUrjd , 8:20
WcstboiiQd 17:10
j REVELST3K3 L3DGS, I. O. O. V., No. 25.
I ,iC_~J2.^-��-.:         Jt(*","il,u*iivj('tiii^-*n-u held
i *':^?1.wM'*    " Oddfellow*' Hull cverv
1 ���'. i.'^X^5K'��C^'rh'"'''*1'l>' ,li^!-t "���'���   eil-r,)"t
L *bi-f %??*��$��&&o'clock.  ViMtiiib'br-iLhur,
I ^-���vii.'- ^J^-o^-**^ cordially welcomed.
I it. *���>. wilso.v, x.g.        j. a. stoxe; 1\S.
| ' K. W-ATEHSO.W H S
SSLKIXX LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.
^._., -s_^     ' Meet-! every Tue-day i
wS~      W^3>^   ovuniny     in    Selkirk
L_J^^\l!iill    al    b- o'clock.
sss-'NH��^3)^'-''''ru-' b'-eiliren cor-
^SiS'dirilly  invited  lo  ut-
U'll'J.
IC. ADAH!, X.G. ���   ������   J. MATIHE, Six.
REVELS-"OKE
ll
P-issnigers   bunked   to   all' Eii.slern
Canadian and United Suites points.
JJii lbs reserved on  Atlantic .sle'ini-
e.s for pns-.eii'jm to tlie Old Country.
Direct Steamer Service from Vancouver
tb
CHINA, JAPAN,
AUSTRALIA, ALASKA;
luill   infortiiiition    nnd   illustrated
pamphlets furnished   on application to
T.W.  BflADSHAWi E. J. COYLE,
Agnt, , A. G. P. A.,
Rayoistoke. Vancouver.
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS;-
Boyal Mall Lines.
Cheapest Routo to tho Old Country.
' 1',IUNC0!CAS\AD1AX LIXK-Krom Monti-en!
tis-.rlliC.i-.tlc Ail*,*, ail li
"\\'as<!in -      -      -       Sept. 1711)
GiniliCiisI!-)      ......  Oct. ���-'nd
.   ALiLAX LIXK-Kroin .Moultcat,
Tiinliinn '     .,'   Aujf. :i!!lli '
Numidiun      *      <     '     ���      . si.'iil. "Hi
Paris-inn  ������   nth
ttri";1,"  . "./.   -   '.  ���-   ��� ^l Citizens of Revelstoke
, DOMIXIOX LIXE-Krom Portland.
Vancouver
The owner, ri.-br\.s the i*iB'!itto chansj lime-    & �� '-��'*'- v, c ij k d I r.i w A D O II T L
Uih. i-JU-.j l:OiiI.\~0.\ :.L ?-l jJJICI-r <:i). LTD. , m;,'tni he* li-iLh.-ru-I ti iIk. wl.t-iln-r ii 7- ,i llt n
F   l!<Jj;r:-()NJ , | Cimv, Niigc; oi- ,iii)   olliu kmil.'   Von cm n,,'
,, .      ;'.' I any Icllci ..-many li!iKi-> l�� m.ikv u n.iiia'ii-, ii
, Jlan.-ijfiiisUiieclor.       .i|-'ic.ii-hi llie li,i ol leUoi.-.,-, I>(.\e; lor in^niiw-
 _  | \'-.'oo(liotl;,  J'Juvcr, tanui*.  i.ird, ( le.    T.* ,im
, pi'inmi-, who cm nictki* a li-t ol il or inoi-e ('ii-
liTinn naiiien ol   bird*-., \\u will tfi\ u iib^uliitc:] v
, r llkK a b-L-riuLiltil Prize value ��l,iiiin ur lev..
|     BIG PRIZES-AWARDED DAILY.'
7 ' . When you liuve nwcie out your li.-t (ill out Uie
I Imk> on ihe boiioin of I li Iv, a.lvt. mul-end lo u*
j vvilh :i Si imped Addiv^id envelope, j-t.imi) of
i v our count ij will do. Ihen il ju*i ,tru uwniiluil
i a prizi* yon cini ir yon desire tf.-l llio pi-jko b,
liivomiiig ,u -.iib-cnlici- to 'I'll.: Woman's
Would.   Wc -hail .iVMird a jiriiio to even- pbi
Heetin^ held   on   Fiiiiav, prev.-nl
'I he   Mayor,   Aid.    McJ^u'd,   Taylor.
Abrahnmson, M<_Cai ty, Jiouine. >���
' ��      ���  roi,"j;i;:."i'uXM;\*ci��� '
AN". \Villi,!in-on, asking   Mdnwaik <,;
dossing on nm ill miIc; of becun i Slice!.
same See. "��.lw��""d��'^;n..U.r,,,   Lumber    Co.     have
\''y     i.i n       i- ' j '-.'real improvement-   in    ihe   townsiu,
A.   b.    1",ii-vh'II, asking   payment   of      ���       ��� '
J! .-trick win) b-->, Jjfid further sub-
iJni-ii/ii- icjc-utly in ifjc bv .M -. Dever-"
['���'ii. With a \ic-.v io eficrti-
inir l'unlipi' iinpiovt'ment.s Mr.
Uo-itock recently louk up tbo vvatrr
liidi'.s mhiiIi of iJK; tovvi: and pijrc-Ijas-
cd tlic* Stanley raucii.
'rii��n* ate iwn bi,i<*k-5i��sit|j -Imps },..
longing to liju Fietl I'obijjbon Lumber
Co.
Si riff i ..!���-.. ir , ,1-or i l.u ���,;') ii...   Yu (]
m;.t (;
Dreetionep,
loyal  oxiATiGs lodge no. less..      Choice  Groceries.
Itcijuiar meetings arc held in '
the  Oddfellow'.,  Hail  en   iho ' (, PO h O 1YI   I^PQOf]
Third Friday of each month, nt ,' U1 alLclnl   J-*1 CttU,
S p. tn. sharp,   Visiting brelh
veil cordially invited.
TIIOS. STKKI), W. .M.
W. O. IIIKN'KV. Ilrc.'Sw.
1 -on  who m 11(1*1 the name ol' -JO UmN -in'd our
Kift-  vvill lio a, ioilovvi,:   J''or the hu-l li,[   ro.
I ceived t.iuh day. a Gold Waluli; for iho -cbond
, lic-t -ohitloii  each   day a boiiuLiinl Impoi toil
j Jl'iiSl'I ; lor llit* cl-mjii next hoot -olitiimi, each
day. a Konrah Sukili Dimnoiid and imhv Itina-
I for tlic ncM be-t -aliition.il tiold J'lcceibnd lor
i nil other cornel -ultiiinn-,   l'vv/,^ of  (j(,(n|
  i Vll'��<-';��� ,J'hi**o I'l'izoft willhelorvvurdeddnilv.
Wedding Cake a Specialty! SS�� '^^������"���"������<=> -
Mail  orrlcrs  piomplly and
Coivfiilly *it tt'inlftl'to.
ro yon know lliuroult. 'J'heri; is'no
lultery in our plan, a make- no dit-
i itTi'iico wliethur wo K<-'t yotir.-oliiiion laic or'
| early :n tho day. All jon need in to po-t i)n\
| nrivt. io tts, mid on the dnv it reaches u- if
I your lint H thu buht, you shall hava tho Qo'd
j Watch or if nccond bc.-t the beautiful Tea S,'j
P:0. BOX 132, REVELSTOKE, B.C.! v-ln^o. ^f;e^i^ra^!:I;^^^^^;^
' l       w     I'M* deception on nm* pml-wo ciiinut alloid n
 ������ . Mo  want  lo get, l.dnO.OUll well saisllcd -lib'
������ciibeiN and for thai i-chmui \vu don't want vou
to -end  any  money  tiutil  you know ix.iutlv
,| vvliat prlxo yon have gained by Rii-weriiiLMh'o
00 fin I I,.V?>','t'*,   An ,"0."i' illl-cr * I1""1- each (.lay ns po,s-
Q)��.UU ' --"hie. lhe oxuniMiuri will jndgo ih,-j \l<n (0 tlie
bt_-t ol  thou* ability, and will de-ignulo lhe
prize,-.   \Vc will write to you at once noiifvinj,'
ynii n 1ml priiic ha.- been invardc i you, ihen ii
you nro ��ii|,iil1o(l, yon can nond voiirsnij-ei'jp.
lion to Tin: Wosias'b Would and your ])i-i;;c
vvnl-,-0 by i*ol nMi of ji'ii-l ein-riiifrij paid; "J'o u
I |iei>on or ijarrovv nicdft it S"cins ini;io-<-ilblc Unit
| we  should   be  able to in.iko .-tiluh ii fjiy.nil iu
i oiler, bat wc have the. money, brains'und rcpu-
j tut on, wc know  exactly  what .vvu are doinir
and It we can lewittmatoly fain a million ��nb-
.-erihers hy tln\ griiiicl idea wc know Hi,-!, thi,-,
million of, will pleaded .-ub-eribeis ean be induced to recommend Tin: Woman's Wouj.h to
nil friend-, thereby Imildiiif; up our circulation
.������ill] lui'thci*.   U u are' willing to ,-p, nd .*'o,iioi)
in lhl-i coiilcfit in buildiiiK ii[i a bij,' ,iubsciipu'on
hit. nnd when thi.- money i- -pent we re.-ervc
I the rifjht to piibli,-)!) a notillcatiou that the con-
i li'ft hiw been diseoDtinued, "llon'i dolnv until
It ii too kite.   The contest will continub until
I Jaiuatry lit, lO1^.
i    \\'e give A nouns I'i'i-icof SJol indspendent
of all otlioi'.s to iho pei'noii  wlio.-endtiin the lift
��� ,: The Kootenay Mail
jTtfs Montreal
!     Daily Herald
!   ���   and a splendid picture of
King Edward VII;
TOTAL' ���   -
$
.50
S5.50
n r. if,   ir\ , " ' ,     "-rotten up in the boril and h.ind-omeat. nnuiner,
'-    JJO VOU KliOliHIiat bb tOiOOO Ot  \    TliI��s i? the gr-'itte-t oomhiimlioii nfiurovur i V11.',' Coniniitiee  vyil! fieclde unJ awurd prizes
' i ��!-'-' )> �����  ���" i-"--   '��� '    '  ���-- '��� daily, but the ppecial SiMiii'l.to will be nwiuued
���.,    .       ,.,.,..     .      . ._ilhc
I'cnt   for   lj|,,i-|c   y2--J.(M,ft to bu f.\e-
c-iilctl by Mayor aniJ city ulei k.
R T--.piiin^ (Jeni.-uidinjr sidowiilk (\n
Victoii,-. road and Coiin'itu��lit A\(>.,
and su<ri{'",ii**o impoHition of fioi.t.is��c-
tax.���WoiK- v,iH |K. (|,���)C jf fU])rjs
'iMiil.iLk'.
IIVUV..*).
R(*(jiiisilioi, fiom latppayprs for-!iv-
,U��v |��� raisw 81,000 for building new
sidewalks and ��i*.ivelling stu-etsi.���
I'.i-.si'd, voting to lJU \,c.\d on Oct. 3 1st
nl Xn. -' tin: .Iiall, and C. E. Sliaw to
l)t) returning ijlliuer,
;    'J'he tax liy-lavv I'm* the cm runt, year
was llimlly jiaastitl.
A.v i:vi:*iuiiii.
Somo di-sciissicn took 'place i"0"**i**(!-
iiiX tlio luiiinv-'d of' tin; liunit'il uigar
tac.toiy. It appeared , Aid. Jjuuniu ;
owned the, Lt hut denied ownership of
Uie building which he said helon^cd
to L. A.' Fietz���CIuiirman of wo'iks,
t-imiiiiiueii to allend lo matter,
(ii;.\i:n,\Ji.
The mayor mid IieJiad Lo hi��n n
ch(jt|iie for fdO, cost of reinoviiif,' t,,
\Uiiini:iiistn* the Cliiri.-unan hentenced
to iwo year,-, and coiiMdcred the yuv-
eriinient hhbuld refund the amount,
The. council endoised thi*, view, and
iIip intention of Mr. Sibbald, P. M.,
will'be called to the inuller.
the tine   flock   .-md   bieakwaler   beirg
utie t'olln* Coinpaiivb ftit^ipii-t*.
The boainiuij liouse for the mil
liandi is now us-d fur rooming accom-
uiodadio.'i. the men bcin^ L'oaided at
tlie hotel-..
On ilib in,-id to Camborne ,arc fc.ur
hi.il-t-s, owned ic-peclivelv by Mr,
Wath.'-on. M,-^,,. C. Duller, McMillan and AV. Orard.
��o
Tot Causes flight Ahrm:
'���Oni'ni��lii   my  lii*utlici-'ji Imby wa.s
i iikcn  with Cioup," vviiics Mr-.J. (.',
Sni.li'i*. of.Crittciitlcn. ICy.. '��� it s,t'i*it,ed
iL vvonltl >lr.inglt'  before  wc could ^t t,
it doctor, .-.n vvi* gave it Dr. KitJ^b- New-
Di-covciy, which gave quick relief and
poiMiaiiently   cnicd   it.      We.   alway*,
keep   it  in  I lie  limine  Lo  protect our
eliildicii   from   Urouji  and Whoophsg
Cough.    Ii ciui'il ine of a chronic brut -
rliinl    tioitlilt*   lli.it   no   otlni  l-eiuebv
would relieve.''    Infallible ror Cougli-,
Ud'iI-, Thl'o.it and Lung Liouble.    MJc,
and   $1.(XJ.    Tii.il   bottles   f e.���* al ll.u
Canada Drug & Bnok Stoic.
A NEW CURE FOR THE DEAF
SHOCKING SUICIDE
N. Fr Bavin Shoots Himself,-   ������
DKAVRIt LI.VE-From Jiouti'eul,
I.silcc Superior '
Jjiiko Simcoo  '' ���
Jjiike Ontario
JjiiUi: Clmmpluin
Lal'.e .Mub'tnitio <
A Wff, ;��)th
Sept.' (!ih
������   l:iih
"  20th
"   i'7th
r.i��eiiiroi'atiolvotcd tlirontfh to all part.i of
Grout Britain and Ireland, and at -pucin!!v low
ruteito nil part-*) or' the European eoiitincnt.
Apply to nearest rail way or .-"teiunship agent or
t j
T.  \V. BRADSnAW. ARont. Rovolstolto.
r/tinidl-v    Cn   r<i;>    f>>\iii,o-fnrli   !     'VU'"; '^-V^'15 POUTRAIT K tho bi-i��L ever.   ^������o
J-.aU1iaiy    LO.a/e    [tying UO (ll-    publMicd   in  Camuln, and  Will nmlconhnnd-    '
, ,1 '   '       ' '   ,     ii       i    ,     ! ��<""e addition to iho vvnlli of any llbi'it'-y.   It, i- I Street
Vei't tlllS   DlOney   UltO  tlie Cliail- \ produced by a new procc>-. mil i\ not one of
nels of trade. I" Will you /��/ ^.ga^V'^'w"^flBa
ho fl.-i-diy coioi-ed pni'tniitM nouoiiiiikiii
���������-������        ' n���. Herald i
oii'oriiS'jli'-evldeiit,
help by sending us your laundry, j Addre��- an orders to
BUKER 6? SAXTON,       I    The Kootenay Mail��   ���
^ ' Proprietors. | Revelstoko.
Town
, Country
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**T**m ��� in. i.        .i ft   I
Nb l?,--1?o careful and prepay yotu* letter w,. iii
we do not receive underpaid letters. Address
The  "Woman's  World,"'-  Brentford,
������'    , London, 4V.; England.
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l-'nder Lhid heading wc published la.st
week an arlide 1'efeiring to a new
trealiiicnt for the cure of ihi'Mi'coin-
pl.iiuls. As ug l'eat many letters have
been ecnliis by rciuleih mjuiiiiig fur-
iliei" infoi malion, we. would leinind
iliem ih.iL lliey -.hould apply diiectly
to the Hecietary if llie JJrotict inbii-
tute, 7^, Uegeni>-p,iru-i-()ii(l, Loudon
I'iiigland. who will bu nmm/ pleased to
������ulviac ilu'tn us tu lhe be.-1, uiethod' of
avitiling'theniselvea of lhe advautages,'
of tbe new dbeovei y.
One of  tho   most   pie.llily  *<ittinted ~
point** on the Arrow Like is the town
_   sil'J of Coiuaplix,    It has  J.he   ad van-
=    , = | lam*, ut'tieing provided  with   lhe   best
'"aiiiiillllllil I (-l"'vl< aecoininodaiioii on ihu lake, with
deep water acce>s all lhe year around.
The Fred Hoijiua.in Lumber Co'i   i,!ill
and   the   biu-ineM 'resulting  from   its
being a landing  place for   passenger.,
EHBiM   mid freight, for Fish   Cirek',-   and   also
a supply point fur lhe  camp  aie.  the
| j features  on   which   the   to.vii.iite cle-
I ends.
A well-stocked store is kept, by   the
Kootenay   Lumber   Co.,   and   'is    in j
charge of C. Diamond, whose, excellent i
On Friday afternoon one-of llv iimM,
tragic events of Ih-  vear occin red  at
Winnipeg, when N. F. D.iviu,   furinct.
���IvM. lb  for Ay-iimlinine,' coininitied
siiicido  by   i-hooting   hiin^elf  at    llie
Clarend ui Hotel.   Mr. Divin   was tie-
fe.ile'd at llie I,t.,i Do ninion eleclion by
Mr, Scott, of Kegina, antl tilt-*  coupled
w.tb Llie breaking up of tin; 'Uonacrva.
Live partv, of which lit*   had  for  y, itt,>
been a piMininca member, preyed   ti| -
,on his miiiil.   TIiom' who saw biui coi -
aider Unit be had not bevn 'n his i igbt
mind for .several day.*- pievious Ui  ll u
tragedy which enbc.l  liis i-nccr.    He
had some dil'tlculiy  in  inucba-in^   a
levolvei,   but   Laving1 ohtaiui'd    oil*,
went to hi? room, loaded   the. ��� wen pur,
and placing il in hi.-month and pointing
it upwaid-*,   filed it.     lie  wim , di *:cl
when found.
l>    S'opped iuio Live Cjds, '
Mi'lil
fllidi'LO
"' , ' , Ineoi'puralccl under lhe laws of JJritish Columbia. . ��� '
f*i Capital ^f,000,600 "iii l9ooo5ooo Scares, .par \fmiie $loo ��acl](
Ail Treasury Stock. Ho Promoter's, and Ho Preferrod Stock,    .-
@iii!i!:ra
"Wiiuu a child 1 burned mv foi t
fright Fully." vvrii.b. \\\ |J. EiuU of
Jonesville I��. A, "which caused horri-
ble Iok sore> for over 'J) years, but
IJuiUen's Arnica Saive wholly cut-id
me after everylhiiiK el.-e failed.." In-
fallible for Burn.-, Scald-.  Cuts,  Sine*
, luui-es   and   Pdes.   Sold   by   CiiiiiuIa
I Drug Stole, 2-3.
���*^ -.-v*-��
0 i . O.-LoJ
management of the business is  spoken i out
i , O.-tober   Ut  the C. P. ]{. paid
SI, 300,000 iu tlivide.r.k
Minis
!3i:':ii!
1=     ' ^!
jjlu'l I.IKJ
of on all   hands.    JJr.   Diatnond" also!
coiitlucts ilie post olJicc,
v   The town i*i excepLtoiially well built
the. sluie, bimiditi" house, stitblea   and
vMitehouse elected   by   the   Kootenay '
Lumber Co, lining itiiioti^b1 the   fineal I Tendriiic fop a Licenso to Cut Timber
bllildliiL's lo be seen in   these   western i       on Dominion Lr-.ids In tho Pro-
raiiiM'sm
ElbilillE
aiiiiMiH
mm
to'.vin,
The town possesses two yood hotels,
gjj]:;i|!!i';5g I lhe Jlotel  L-irdeati, owned   by  J",   A.
t-j'.'sj Ala^jee, and leased   by *lt. C. .McLeod
vjneo of British Columbia.
���ambourne Group, 9 Claims'; Oyster Group, 6 Claims.
Located in the Free Gold Fish. River Camp. Lardeau' Mining Division, British Columbia.
* Milfi." -
r
^zj'stz. w..'*rjig=arL
200,000 Shares Now Offered afc-50 Cents per Share.
Mi
In view of the splendid showings of both high and low grade ore and the unrivalled facilities for the
,;���,���,��   economical developing and working of the properties, it  is confidently expected that, not only will the present
issue of slock be sold quickly, but that no more will be offered at less lhan par. '
Address all inquiries for information, or applications for stock to the undersigned
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���p ^I'F.'1 '"i'l iii'ii-kcl nil ihiMtivclooo -"1'ci ���
!.-m' l,I,"1,,irJk'!"'!l,N"' -'���'���?-" u> H�� opened on
,T, a,,,) n^io   ny * n. u. .uc.eoO, "l^^^-;:!!^ ^^=1^
id   llie   (^iineiis,   nwned    by   d.    Jl. '   *11' <-'' ><>v.. next, tm- ;i  llccn-e 10 cut tin ���
II 11 1       1 '       / 1 '   ' '   ''''''  ""    Ht'l-l.l   No.   irS,    COID'li'^illir   Ilip   Vnnl,
oiing, and leased by J,   h,   C.uneron. ; Kn-t .).i.-u-kt'..f s.:,jiion  11 ��� ihe XoriI. \VeJi
here is an assay ollic-e   cnnducled   bv ' Vi'i^Vu"V-"f .S!'' V011 lL'; "l*-'^'-"' Imif of auction
\l,.    ���     II       i'i*  ci.-i      11     \\r    ia    '   1  ll:,'|" '.'-1"1 ,,,llr  ilml  lll��   No1'11'   lia'f  ��f   Uie
.Me.*��s>rs. Jlavvkins-.tbtilvve.il.   \V. Jjev- j '-<**uli W o-t(|iiiu-tcrof s.'ytion 1,5   in ���j'otvn-.liln
eieaii   j;.l;,8., ahso   has his oilice   hei*e I %XX^��**a1* K^oV 1%
the   iMinni''    Ju'cui'dei s  oliico   is  in I *'\{3ro "���������*> '""'''���'',!' 'c---.
1, e ti u '    1      1        1     1 1      I'���"'"I'l-'ii ^t'Oii*-iiinlcr vvhii;|| a li.-f.ii.e will h-
ch.iiije ot Oeoi.tji: .btimner who 1ms had ; i--nc.l.,iNn .irim,,! iuim ,if tVn.k-i- "n-i c\lvt\
.1 very busy seitson with the nnmerdiis ] lll^liL^,^^1 '%lh\" ^I'-'i-uncntor
���   ���       1        ��� 1 .  ���       , "I iiicolilcoolt tlic CrovMi limbur Agent uiNcw
iiilnin^ locations and trunsacllons that * V. estmin-tcr.        . ,"     .
have "one ihioii'-h afieclin"' tho   l-'isb '  , '"'w1' ^l"1''1' um-1 l��o accom>*nii��l  by ait
n.i      ni m. uiiou^ii .uiiuinn   1 nc   J IM) ( nu*ii)itcil choline mi n cimrtci'cd Hank in favor
Hiver divismii.     Mr, .buinner   is   mini'1' l "���' "'"I'ni.v ��f ihe Mim-tcr of i;ic tniciW.
.     1       -.1    .1        1 j; itl   iOl" tile flrnoillit OI   tlic  builll*   Which   thennn!.
en I rusted with the duties ot constable, } cintH wwumi 0, pay f./t* A ilccVi-V. u,cn*ip'-
'ookin^ ni'iur the   peace   ot   Coiuaplix, ,    -V,J tender 0;.- tel/ja-ivj.Ji will l)JcntVi-taincd.
few   cases    hi'iilil, ��� Duiui'tinuil of th.* IiUciiur.
C'lli'.wii, ftvpt. *.';il|) ijij,
Thon'ipMi.i .1   Liiiidinj;  and   Cain borne,
Jiid^iii^  from   the
he has 11 very law abiding   connnuniiy y
There nn; .sbme nice houses at Com   , ~
aplix, notably   those   owned    bv   \V,  '
Pi ice, J. Ailand, W. Pairhall, J, Irvin,
AV. (Itoon, T .1 Dunn and \V. Huinnpr.
Livery stables nnd freiyhtin^ aie
eoiifliicled by Meisrs, Met'oc ilml
Mhieldi, who have Inn] ;i teain regular
ly on lhe ro.ul to C.nnbnine fur the
pjist year, while their pack tnins nn:
kept busy deliveiiu^ supplies in the
mmiiiliiiiiM, having fiom .'10 to 10 hur-
ses einpln.ved.,
VIM.KY 0. KKVKs
fc'sciclnr.v,
a^l^J
���^���^isSSSI
T'ol:cl-j^'alfo)��r���. Llcansi to Cut Tlmbai*
on Do:��inio:i Lands In tho Ppo-
vlnco of British Columbln.
(,"!*:.\i,i-:n ti:ndi*:i:-h.|i|i���(iioiin* mui,.*.*.
) 1 -iu'iimI iii:i| m (i-kul 11 1 iv, |im\p]ii|,(. ���--[-, ,,-
in i" fni-'l'iinlji'i-liuuli N'o. :7i," to li" niiciic'l ill
I In* IMi (Iny of Nounio,.-- l!U, will |��- rtcclvud
it llili Duii.irtiiiciil until 11001: on .Mini |,ir. ih 1
IllJi of .Von inhfi* iii-M f.n;.i lii-c-n-e t'i ciii tun-
her nil Hen:! Sn --'*7, i-,i:n;i,-i.(,v 1 li-��-��<_��� )iiiriiniH
lv I i_l��" -etii��it (il lln: ('iiiiitnlil,-, Jtiv..,, ���f i|,u f0|.
Jiiiviliif lull I- \'\A'   "riiii.*4|)iiili i*'.ii��r (|Miir|,,r .ind
Coiiiiipli.N hart a nice school  liuildiny , "he Nunh \\i't<i��i 1 mfSic 1M1 fjiliu.Suiiili
in f.     1        ., 1    ...     ���        , ~   ,',. -J 1  vv f-i aiisiitiT  i.i   .-i-l-1".iiii   K:  ;>.i,(I   die   N'onh
KS ft.   by   :>l   ll.   in   chaii-e   of   Mim I! \\VM .,imiiVi-a...! n.- muki, j-.-Vic 'i''art.-? ...
McOowell, sisler of Mrs
hum, of Thoni) .son', I,-:
Unstuck      has       been     f/iiieiutis    tu
'J,   (���    fini- ' -'''',"'!'V,   '"""-'ii' ���-'���.. I *-����� -f.;  .il-i, tl,
" ���     l     .Mirih liiili-Mf ihy.N.rti. I-.-..I .ji.jirttror -rein..-
Jill)''.       .in*.     "-"-������*������
'       UJI   .        fM    >
"     K     F'"
'.-a
r
IlMln* .-o-'lh 1-n-l (jiniil  1 .111 I  tie N01H1  li.rf
nr the ,-��� mill UVt  (i.uiriir of .-1 ci nli '.'I: mil
,,.-,. ,     , ll.'U Nonli l-'���-(.']ii.irii'i-.,i <,.., linn'i'l. ���lown-hiii
tiie   townspeuplf,   Iiiivin''    -'ivcn    the | -'��� '""'j;1* -'��� all ��i-t nf \hr .'.th Murjiimii, in
1       1       c.i 1      1       i-i        1 ���   i "'" ah')vc I'l'ivlncf 'joiilnliiinsnii ,-iren   of 1-,'1
lumber Kn-lhe school   whil-.*   the   resi- ' suMreiiiii.-.
dents put up the buildiii''.    The school ;    "l'I",i'Y*-l��i:<">: mi;l;*r whiiii n liciiiH* will
,,'. i.i       ��� ��� u'*)'-!!!'!. .il-'M'iniifl fo.-m i.f tciiilei- nnd ni'
1.1 well lui'nislied, li'ivinjr ;-, nice organ. , vi;|n-ju m.iv h,-0b1.1ined.1t tl,i-- I)c|mr;in nt ir
The main trend of tia'llic fnnn Com- i N,.w,\v""llVli,M..i!,e C'"'u" r'"lbtl' Akc"1 ; l-
iiplix is  of  cuur*-e   to   Cnnboine   and      I';"' i1 fii'ler n-.i-t Iju.i. <.n:-ipinii:il hy ,m m*
���    , 1,"   id 1   I,      1    /���       , "'!'i"l ' hi'in*-im ,i fl���utf|.'i| Innfc in fdvot   uf
points up 1'isli liivt and J'ool   Creek. . ihu ii.-puiv uf the .Mm,i-ip.-u( tin- inicrini- fur
Then: is also a   trail   of   fiom   ten   to ��� 'l"'""��',"'i "V1"' lH'""\ "'"*'' l'''- applici; I
��� '- )irei',iri-'l in '|i,ii fur .1 Ik.. n��e,
No teiid-i hy i,'j"_'i-,ip!i ��111 be cnurtaiiicil,
rr.uu;\' v. kkyks.
twelve miles in length runufiig by way
of Mill Cieek to within four   milca  of
Wigwam,
'/.'lit' IViViifjitt.' i��  Win,1'.]   bv   J[I,*.".'ilt
lb ;,,".**ll!|. ill >jf li,'.- ]!ilC!*iiJI*,
t'f.v-M, .tui ^|'i, !;*;i.
iia-vctaij-. THE KOOTENAY MAIL
Ladies9 Purses
���ii
f and were listened to with interest by a
large congregation.
K. Sampson li.is decided to start ;i
Wiiud yard in  tbe cii v.
\V. P.itiiit iniim.-iles tbat he nnder-
l,ik.'-- ���.!i.ii,,M*iiing of >.ivvs.
I J. IJ. it diiiiMiii'.- diingiilei Ida broke
h r arm while [jl.iying' on Ti.ie.--d.iy
Celling.
R. li. Trueman vvill visit llevclstoke
a id attend I'KKSo.vally ;it the gallery
here on Nov. 1 (Cor two weeks. (
Tiie Fred 1'ubinson Lnmlier Co. have
j 11'1".   lo  A.   W'illiaiii.-on   a   contract  for
- , tilling  out   shin"!,;   bulls  dining   tlic
A   beautiful 'selection   of above ��� eo ning winter. j
T ic eM'cutivi;  nf  lhe   Liberal   Asso-
'  ' just Opened.      All the Very   ^U.m have e,,.,-.ed :,  ,,r,,us,   again.t ,
'    - J '      llie tli.-liaiiding id Ibt* hevel.-luke corpB '
, of lt\icky ^Joiinliiin itangeis.
latest <��� styles and a great-   n Ma, ������.��������� h.ul <>Me ,dbi.i- aims w j
nii-ingled in lln-   tiack   laying  inacbini' j
on l lie Lai dean railway that'the   limb j
had lo be amputated. '
Jn tlie window of C. U. Hume ic Co'.- j
APUN^CRAPii C.1EAM   OP TAHUR   CO'.VOtR
O0KS.
s�� isM WWiki & &j W* **s Su
Highest Honors, World's Fai:
Gob.i b.Iedai,' Midwinter Fsir
Avoid   Ui'.lcinjj riiwilci-s   contiilnlns
n'ui-.i,   Tho;' :ii-o ir.!,u Ions ! .i health
range of prices ai the
���SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
fine piece of 'workmanship. It contains three nuggets 'of Jiig Jjend gold,
one about,-in ounce in weight and the
other two about, half an ounce each.
General Su-.l. Mat-pole, accoinp.inied
by ynpl. Kilpjili-ick. Grant Hall, anil
Cb Sweeney, nianagi i* of the Jjank of
iJ.nilri'iil at Vanci'iiver, went south on
Tuesday.
At' lhe meeting of the Epwrulh
League, on Tt.e--(l-iy nigiil, W. BewB
gave mi inteiesting address on " Wesley, tbe K|iwprth singei." A solo \v**s
corilnbiilcd liy J. L. Johnston.
Geni'i'.tl   Luller  has been relieved ff
i ,
iii- army command and retired on half
pay nn aci-nunt (if lii- .-peecb slating
lii.-il he adv-i-ed the su'r,enilei of Lndy-
sii.iib.    Gi'iieial Kreiieli  succeeds l.illi,
Mis. Wilks lias been conlined lo In i
idfiin thin week vvith'an all'ecl.icn of
the lineal, and the kindergarten had
In be closed iu consci'ticuci*. Jlrs.
Wiikrb.- many friends will be glad to
know she i-> iceovering.
\V. M. Lawrence has received froth
an uncle nI, Kimbeiley, South Atiica,
nil intere-ling ineinenlo of the siege of
Khnliei-ly,   in   lhe   shape of  a watch
Revelstoke B. 0.
\V:   !j.   II,   M,'is?ey,   of  Toronto,"!.**
; .-tore i- exbiliited a   inoii-ter potaloe J (lying.
j from  the ranch of,, .Job i  r.dun'i*.   nb    j.   y    JVrks   returned, on H.-itmday
Cr.iigelachic   'J'bu tuber vvi igh.-  :> lbs   from a liip we.-t.
. '      V'",,     ,,,''��� '<     i,,,���   ","1   'Mls-    JJ*    U.-iUlnid   have ; (.|laiM   made from  a  piece of a " loin.
O.. Monday   Im.i.^I Cuwii mid   ^ ���; moved to Kamloo,,.-. ' T,m,"  .-hell.     Tli- charm  is eng.aved
- , ' h'";'," M'.ni        *'* M",V M'"' S'bl'"kl !     A. E. Phi,.,.-* arrival   from the La. ���
J . \. M. with annoying  Chinamen.    Mr. j lU,M|| (1|1 TlIW%dllVi
.   | I-'inkhaui  pro-iccuted.     Accused   were!     ���   ,,   ,,   ,,,     ' .,, , ...
I ,i: ,.i,.... ,,���)      , i     Ii. G. Mcpherson will be a candidate
, oi?Lii.iige(i. '
tor lhe \ ancoiivcr mavi.ialty.
BORN.
--���- ~ j    The l<'red Hobinson Jjinnber Go's mill
| at lievel-jtoke is to be lighted   hy   dec*
 . i tricily, ihedymuno which has li**i'ii  in
Samson-Oh  Saturday,  Oct., lUth,   to j use at Couunaplix mill  being biought.
.Mr.   and   Mrs.   Kohl.   Samson,   a    hen: for the purpose.
(.aiighler.
Kii'K-ijA'n;irK��� 'At     Jiev-'I.-tok/*, " on
.Wednesday, Oc-t.^'ird,  to Mr. and
���    'Mr.*-. Jo.-. Kirkpatrick, a son.
MARRIED.
Ivl.vo W'oonuiV���On Thiirsibiy, Ihe
Hlli ini-l'., iu the J'resbytei ian
church, Golden, by the Uev. Mib
McLean, Thus. King, of tlie post
otliee slalT. to Minnii', fifth datigh
The Fred Robinson Lumber Co. have
purchased lhe Iim Iter on JL Simpson1.*
limit on the J)ig Bend road and have
let him a cont ract, for taking out a'mil-
lioii feet of logs this winter,
Uev. \V". Galder will take as his  subject, on Sunday   morning "A  Piosper-
,011s  Chinch" and in ,tln: evening'"A
1 onijiarison between tbe death  of the
heathen and the Ghri.-lian."
Al. .Slewai I, of the Enterprise Cigar
Factory, returned on Saturday from
his southern trip, which he  icporl.s as
ter of the late Geo. Woodlev.
llL'NTEK  IJKI.I.KAU-AI lhe   retidence    having beeiyvery-auccessful, showing
of the bride's fallier. Iva in loops, on
21��t insl.. by Uev. F.il her Michel,
���Joseph Hunter, C. P. It. engineer,
lO'Sulie, third daughter of 'Mr.
and .Mr.-. Geo. IJellciiu,
Goi)JOi-:-'--Jovv:-.T,r..~AiiTi()iii L*i':<' ��� h
Satiiid iy, Oct'. 13. ir.01, by UibW.'V.
S. J. (-I'reen,  II. L. Goil-ne,   In   Ali-.s
Edilb Jovvett. linih of Ti mil. Like.
CAL
I'inix piopo.se'lo settle on Malcolm
Islam), li, (..'. ,
See lhe new ��loek of iniporli'd flovvei
bulbs at G. F. Cili'UV*.
H. IJ. Jilalr, of P. Hm ns & Co., has
taken eight, cars of cattle to the coast
for the linn, ��
,   "N Yn ii led r-Good   brush   hand   iininiJ- |
iliiilely.
painter, !
The lime for coui|ilelioii  of Provin- ���
'ciii.1 Assessment. 1-tolls ha>nbeen extend- i
a handsouu! lint of orders for the firm's
brands.
���\Yhen up the river last week U.
Howson fouiidf lhe old sb;ifl of the
s'e.-unei- Forlynine ;it the moiillt of
the canyon,   having   been   expo.-i'd   by
low vv ih r.   The timber attach *d to  it
i
was linn h  ib-cayi-d.
Mi'.-sr'-. Foole ifc Abrabaiusnn, vv I o
have ilie in 11 rac* for I he creel inn of'a
(levelling I'm- A. iM.-H i", on Fronr. St.
niarled win k nu tbe j ill on Tue.-day.
T.ih coiil raclnr- a>e .-il-o g.*l,liug the
liiubi'i*.-ready I'm' flailing t]i.��� ii��� c.in-
'tracl, for liie erection of the Hospiial.
Say.- the Yern.'iii 'New-:-A li niil-
some new dni',) curtain has ju-i heen
hung on the Mage ih lhe Oddfellow.-,
hall, and i.-in'uch admired b\ all who
h.tvc jci'ii it. lr, vvas paint"d by T. II.
Dunn,  of  llevclstoke,   and   re pi events
J. Savage, of HhIidoii Arm, an ived
in (be city on Wednesday.
The Quadrille club meets on Thursday evening next in Selkirk Hall.
.S. McMahon returned on Wednesday
from n tii]) lo Palliser.
Mesdames 13. M. and T. Cbrley ai->
rived from the cist ou .S iluidav.
Hon. J. D. Prenlice leaves shortly
for England on private biii-ini'ss,
C'oii.-lahle I*p|ier h;is his holidays,
and vvill spend them in a shooting trip,
J. D. Graham is down from Allin
and is at, presentstaying in Yancouver.
Miss Lndnei, who has been on it
visit to Kainloops, returned on Monday.
j Hon. W. C. Wells will an ive in the
city to-morrow morning, on a hurried
visit.
Mr, Muriay, of Heck .and Co./Cain-*
borne.vva-i in the cily on Tuesday and
Wednesday,
, Mrs. E.J. Cnmn'i' relumed on Wed-
li '.-day fiom a I rip lo llie old counlry
e Mending nvi r 1,; oinul lis;    '
Mi.��.'J. 'I. \\"oodnivv and children
b-l't lasl wee!, on a six months visit to
Eiighnd.    .,"   �� ���      . .      ���
G. Mau'uiie', merchanl, and, A.,-H,
Ciii'ii''. -lat inn ageui, uf Kibuim Arm,
spent" S ilur lay and Sunday , in' tl.e
city.    .        '  , o ���
Tin* wed.ling of Captain Audaiiidud
Mi.is'Diiiisniuir.'daugbti'b of the Pin-
uiieiQ will take place on Tuesday the
2H1).
T.   Forest, of  Albert   Canyon,   ha--
HARDWARE
TOVES TINWARE
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND BRUSHES.
Miners Octagon Steel, only Jessop's best kept.    Picks,, .Shovels,  Barrows
Sin!��Ia and Double Bitted Axes, Cross Cut Saws.
,     - ,i
'Builders' .Supplies���Nails, Building Paper, Ljcks and Hinges.
HARDWARE ONLY, W. I. Lawrence, Revelstoke
���       ������     miim���mmm�������m-���������^���     ii        i       ii i   ,_ ' _'      __ i        _ ������**^w������**<*>
FTTT? "NTTHPTTT? T7  c,;,,'p<',>'' un��w*m*> F,(,��p {
UXlllXl   UJLiJU.    Clotb-Vniinds, Wall Pap.,*,&c.
" Second     Hand    Fuinituie
Bought und Hold.   Waiehouse for Storage of Furniture at motilhlv rales,
Agntfor Pianoo, Organs, and ��v\irg Machin s.
EEO"V7*S03Sri
���JTu.
���'.Siege of Kimbeily, 1S!W HJOO."
There vvas an bxodti3 fin* the Bend
this week. J. Sweeney, who lias been
foreman on K. JMcCarlyV claim on
.Smith creek, vvent.iip !o take charge of
the lioi.it on tbe Blue Jay,   T. Xlaloney
*      c ���
has gone to French ci'pek, and J.
Soaids and W. Howard went to .Smith
creek.
U'ANTCI) - SKVKIt.VL t'KrtSO.VS 01''
cliiiractci* and (,'ood rcputiiliun In eiivlistntc
(one in Ihis county rcniiirucl) In i-p]li-c<cnt nnd
ndvci'ti-e old c.itublislicd vvoiiltiiy biisliii'Mi
liniHC of sniind lliiancial s luidin*;. Snlitry Sltf
weekly vvil.li cxiicn-cs iiddiliomil, nil payable
in cnsli end) , Wedim-day direct from lii'iul
ultieu-i. Ilorrti: and eni-rin*,'c funiished, vvlieli
iicccs-iiiry. I!cfei'i:iic-.'S,, Kdi-Iohc self-ad,iremed
rtiiiniied    enveiiiiju,      JMiinager,  ;)IG    L'axton
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
is not in our line but we have now in stock tlie finest line of
Serges and Worsteds ever shown. Voir should always keep
a good black suit bv you, sec us'before ordering.        '   ,
rtiiiniied    en
luiililini?, Gh
it-il go,
fn
To, Carpenters.
....SAWS ""FILED....
i     ]5 years expeiience.
Wright Porritt, Old Opera House
. FARWELL ESTATE.
Tlie cliin-mint,' iv.-iilenliiil and Kiinh'ii tnit-1.
hflvvecii i'ii|i|iiiiirV and Ij'jd*;'.-, will be Mlli-
dl vliled us boun a.- ijus-.'bk*.
a. ti. SPncAT,
,   . J', O.'l'ox l-*.\ Victoria, 11. f.
-Jb
very faithfully  thai,  ijottion  of Long,; heen   di.-lributing   among hH Iritlier
���\piilv   to   W    0    Uirnev  ; LoUo Unovvo as tin* "Kjiilriuul." Ij t?c its a  bunch  o'  heather   frae   auld
���     '       .   -'j -       ^  | s.-oiiiuid.
SAVE YJDURSNQWSHOE TAOS.     [   E.   Corning leave, tl.e beginning of
  i November  on  a  I rip  lo the southern
ed to Dec. 3Ut.
The most popular brand of Chewing ��� Stale-, and   will   take a  three months
holiday in Unit teciion
���.,    ,, ... ,  .. ,     r ; Jobacco in Canada lo-dav is "Pay Roll   ��� holiday in Unit ireciion.
lhe censu*** gives, the nopulalioii ol i ,, ,, _        *    .,.,   ,  '
a- i   ,.    ���!              -i  i.in                 i     -,i   ' b'Verv   pug   ot   "Pay    Roll     be.n-j   ai     Mr,   ,-i nd ��� ilr--.   Jenkins TeUnred on
l ale-tJ,*irib(io as ol, I (JO compared vvvth       .    " V.' ��� , '   .       "Mim umijauuii
lill.SU ten yeais ii"o. ���*���      .   "'Mi'iw-hoe    tag.    lon.-umers   should , Wedne.-day fiom their honeyinoon trip
''!'        ,     ' .' ',n  '      ,. .          : .-;ive these  tag,-  a*   valuable  pre.-ents ; |u   the   ea.-t.    Their friend-  vvill wish
riant  hyacinths, ��� Inhp-, narcissus.   .,,.���,,-,.-.,,, r,,,. (i,���,,      in, ���  ,.,���; . ������     ,                    ,                         ,.        , ,   ,
,   L,        .���'.                 ,,.' ,   ,.      aie g ven Im* them,    When   vou   Imy ��� Uhmh  ui.uiv  happy vear.-i   ol   wedded
Confidential .Talk, .;���������
Are you risking  the loss of
healch and  life to save a few
'dollars 'that  should be spent
in buying the necessary druga
to build up  your health and
,   strength ?      Which     is   the
more . precious���your health
or your money���which ?   *
When you have'made the
' right decision, come hero"' for
pure drugs and medicines,
5i)
ayers
The difference between rent pa) ing and the "Bit-beck plan of Rent Purcliasfli
Rent Plan . '     ' Birbeck Plan
PnySloor $15 per month for the . Pay from $10 to ft 15 per month fof
use of somebody else's house for 10 , th(J use of a home for len veafSl
years,   At' the end of that time the '  ..   .. ,    f ,,   ,    .
landlord owns the house and moncv, ; Al (he clul of. lhal m��e yoti owfl
the rentpaycr has a package of ' )'oUr ,!om'; :ilul y'lVc moiiey ever
receipts.     * , , after,      , '
For further ittformalion tipply io
LEWIS BROS., General Agents, or to G. S. McCARTER, Solicitor
|o oioJ-rlT,
EjEiQlC
S T  NiOJS
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9   Wc will give the above reward lo nnv person who vv ill correct! v arrange the^
4abovc letters to spell the namef-of thneCaiiadinn cities.  Use each letter buti
flauovc letters to ppcii the nanicpot tlincLjuiadinii cilics. Use each letter butA
\011ce. Try it. We will positively give the inonovawa'v, and vou tnnv bethe\
f fortunate person.   Should there be more than 1 set oi' correct, answer.", the?
�����^^������^^rEMPlRE SUPPLY CO.. ORIUHA, CANADA.^-*-^*-*-^��
, befoie Uln istmas. Get your bulbs
i'toin U, V. Curtis. +
The Provincial L��Ki-flnliiic will be
t'onvened abotil'the end of February or
the be'^inniim of ^larch.
1 J. A. Ivernahan expects to complete
his   coiiliact   for   h.-iulinir out Ihe ma-
* tbiinery from 'the ^\^���|vel���ly mine by
next wcik.,
���- ����������*~ex>t<**"L *���
tntaioijti",
*    CRIP AND PASSWORD,
is
"The Druggist,"
,  'Successor lo Tha JicD.A. Vv. Co.
RIV��L-Srj E STRATI ON, B4 C
1 "Pay Roll" Chew injf Tiil'iicco, a.-k your   ijf,,,
deaierjeroiiriiewiiiu.ttat.-dinvtnium      ^^ u   A_  rv;nVM;;ii S(ll,,P,n,.y tlf,(|;l,
'"'���''o1.'"', ,       jj-uiie.**' lio.**j;ita! Committee,  foi ward*
e.l mi V-'ediK'Hlay, to lhe  Conn ten." of
Mintc, the bracelet  which  the ladic'i
  dei'-id. d 10 -,-nd her a--  a  inemenit) of 1
I..). I..    , Un* laving* of the  cor'uei'  slcine  'of  (he, [
L.   O.   (,.   No. bibs  pi-i,pi,M' lo'hold a   ,H,',-pit.il.    Tin* Iick del vva.-, m ide at ,1,.
uieini rial m-*! % ice in h')ii.,i ol theii* bile    fii:v 13.11 Ik 1'- I'S-L-ibibhiueiit  and   is a'
LIMITED.
Wholesale Hardware, Ship Chandlery and
Mining Supplies,,
Hardware Department, S-l0<j2 Cordova Street,   ,    ,
Ship Chandlery (Department, 6-1& Water ��tl-efe
" Vancouver* B. Gd
'.TIM I'll   mj*~.1i'."i*;'6ifcl,m
* a
The D-pai tii'ent of  lhe  Inleiior  in- chief, C'lai k \V-i!i,u ,-.    'J'ii- -i-rvic-e. w ill
vite'tender.i in ancl her cnlumn for tim- lie hdd on S.imi 1 v vv .-.'k and vv ill lie at
bet* hcrihi Nii.-.'277 and 273, tendi iv?  to iheh.ill.     Tii��  p'blbc   will  lie inv,!,.-<].
clo-e on Xov. 11th,        ' it-v.    \Y.   ('.   Ciider v-ili   di-iiv,-t    ilie
All adv. 1 Li-i-r- who de-ire tb cowr, uiene-ii,.! i-.-.ii ion, and Jt-v-. ('. a   Fi-,)-
lhe field   mu>t u-e  tiie   piip,*r  lh.it  i.- < mi'ei and L idm*! wbi ii>* ieuu--,i.*il lo
l-e.-ul in lie*  1.nines   of   t he , p'eoph-.   lie a--i-! a ! the .-erviev    Tjie '-bob-- of t be
Koo-riiNAY .Mail.     ��� IV.'-dsyt-ii.in  ,-.,,d   .M-'M.odi-i dmu be-
w 111 he ri-K<���(i    lo    imiv ;
p(U lil'U  "f I I),.  ��(���! ', 1, ���,
K. ���*'!���  I'.
Ill'' liill-li'..l
C'iirp; t .-ale for inmii b of Ocjober nl
It. I low-0:1 Jb Co'-, fi ('III 10 lo -'.") pel
cent di-cimiii on Mnirli-h Wdtoii, Ta-
pcfliy, IJi u.-.-d-, and \"e|vct Pile.' .'
The northern   limit   (���!   ih-  nilway    ^ip.*"m.'   Cb,i:*i dlor   f "���'in,-r..unl.'i-   of
belt ,1-i-i'fenllv fixed oil lhe  Ui-   [>��*iid    Ui-   Koi/hf-   oi    I';. I Ida -,  I in*   fb,ii',d
CiMifwi m.-iMy   In   I le'   11 ��� j 1 n��-t ' f 1 be
ir.-bi bv.I. I'b ]>
Urimiiii'iu   .Purvey
or in ,ib,nil b.dl'.i mile M,iuh of Cirne-
"Ci-enir.-^^ ���	
If you want health, cnuil'ori. and
dmabilily, buy, \\w Mar-liulf ,S.inii,i,y
.M.ilir.i".-*, I>,,it.- any unit Ha-** ever
made, To be -i-eii a,f H. Iliiiv-nn A:
Co,'.-, Mil'* iiLjenli for l be di-lriil,
Iflllirei.- anyiliin/ rml of lhe 01-
din.n-y aboiii hi-l( jimI-or hii.-i'iui"--* lln*
alveiii.-ei .-hould make ih.it. Uiii.-;
promineiil. iu !ii- adverlisemeel and
|ilace lhat adv>'rl.i--eilieut in Till-; Ivo'ir-
a;v.\Y .Mail.
Cii-ini-' Ilur m|" V, w\ A Cl'im'ii.i, .V.
Hoy,:-, ha- ; ��� s 1��- I i-i-i r tb-i iom- In all
���-iliordinale i'd^e. it I be lie nwu! lo
di.ip" .ill.11- and 'liipi'M 111 lovihi.'
uieinoi y of our il-v'ci-i'd l,io!li..r, William .\|,-K 1 nley, i li" 111.11! v r, d pi'i -|i|er,t.
of lie* ("'iitwl Hi,11 '���-*, In t ij'iipl'.ini e
vvilh lhe ab"ve ih'* allar and cliariei
id' (M.i.l  ii.ui^e boil/e, 3K K. ol   lf, of   0.   B.   HUMS   &   CO.
I.lli-I tow 11, ll.ive   been   Mlila h!y dl.ij.i'd
I.
"Great cry and little
wool,"
Great appearance
anJ little service 1
Beware of false
"vyindow shoes'"!
Look for [he symbol
oi responsibility���the
Makers' price and
picagc, on the soli of
'The Slater Shoe"
a i
'���Wi-ii'*-'' '>.*i|i-> I
'..���/'W/.iji   ion', 1
', ���.����������������,���� ���� i M/rjAU*W^W
No !!oirs2 Complete Without It.
GUY BARBER,
and  get  one that will
kjep tinij.
BTT"
A7
issbr Coi
Revelstoke, B, C.
; Leading Brands ��.
: "ENTERPRISE"
"SELKIRK."
Vancouver .Eflgineeiring Works?
Iron Founders, Boiler  Makers and  Machinists,
Successors to ARMSTRONG & MORRISON.
Wtliuvi) Ibi* most cohitilute 3L\rtnS'K SlIUl'iuiilli'OUNlJliV'cijiiililiiciil ivchtof TorotilO
for the iniiiiiil'.i-jtufuof ' -
���Hydraulic' GiitnlS,  Riveted Steel P>ipl}- Gl-i^lies, Rifles, Ol-eCnl-Si
Ore uckets, Steel Wheelbarrotos, Siationr.ry, Mat-inc and Logging
Engines, Steam Pumps,   Marine Repairs, Sheet��lron ancl Steel
Work, ' .   , ,'       ,
W'u lmvc in .stock for immediate dulivery liOlbKIIS.- KN"(;iNK.a. I'L'MIS, OIIK CAtiS.
WIIKHI.HAIMIOWSiinrl MINING mill SAWMII.I, MACHINKIIV of lvitv dc*.i*i*i|iliiin: nlno
IfOlbKH TfllKd, '-WI-OUGUT 1II0N I'M'I'J and KITITNG.S and KNUIXKJSUS' UJiAt-S tlUOJiB
and aiL'l'l-'LIKrt.
Coi-i'ci.poiidcnce solicited and eiii'cl'lilly atteii.lud to. ���
OFFICE AND WORKS- Foot of Heatley Avenue,
Vancouveiy B. 0.
Wriglit Porritt, DATENTS ^"CS;,
��� uliUtiiicil in all i.-uunti'ii*-*.
PHOTOGRAPHER j    R0WUND    BR1TTAIN
Di'vcliipiiii'nt. of pi.ilcn and 111mr* for !   ���_..,,_ . *
immti'iwb uiKh'i-iHki'ii.    IViins nn ii11' ' Registered Pttlent Attorney
WANTED
Sole Local Agents.
,^_;Cjas. J, Annn,   A, V, Stewart,
; PROPRIETORS,
,_,J. ���..->...  .  ^.. _. inr�� M|l
Remember .Oui
,\ilsri*l l-.'lin'l,M    i. 11 r 11 ���:'  I lii- h.'.-il.HX
Wi* li.ivi* If) .���ii*kn,nvli'(lgc tli.* i.'fi'i|t| ' vvill l���> publi-ln'd a!   < in' ccnl | ci w 'inl
iii" tin* ln-t i-Biic nf \Y.iw.i '(In* jn'iini.il , |ii-i*i--ii
nf blwii liiiind (iiiiiiiif< tin* li (Ii.i')<���*, i.i.-u.'d
by  tlir  SiiiiH-.v-n p tni-->i,>ii.     Tin-   iiimi-
|il'|- ( (>llb->l.. I'l !'���" |> l_'.   ��� ,111 I    I      ,1    III"   I
11 srli !.i b!1- |'i','��Jiji i i"ii,
I,.i.-t Siiinl.iv i'v i��� 11ni*_-, in tin' I'ip.-I',*,
tbi'iiiu ,Cliiinbi,, Ib'v. ' Wv',Cb (.'lilclct*
IMi'arlii'il fioln I In.) t-.w '"1,'jv'i' | liy
iH'iglilior a.-; thy.ii'lf,'' ih" tii li*.ni lii.s
(li.-*c(ii;i *���(' In-ill^ ������' rl'ln* ���JJ'rij.tlibi-l,nnd nf
Man." The ' ivniai I;-; nf, I In- bpcnk'bi*
jjliyyi'v | ,!!'!.'!'!''/'il --lii'ly "f lli!,b"',jt'Ct
'wl
nm
W'ailti'll ��� I'nr  ,i   ,S,v,nt->i-,il   l!r ii,   t'i).'))'
I'l.-*-.   r,| fji '    > 111 .1 i 11 ! i 11/*,   I'-,   'J,  , llv ��� I   ,I|!(J
^,ill' .      A ..|,|i   i,, r . .\.   li i,'K" i,    I'* l ���
I,.!.
Ml
m
Henry's Nurseries
Ap'ary and Greenhouses
OOOri Westm'nster Road
Win v.
!.'. ljn',1   lii'in^   ���'���
U.I VVSlillb i,Id   -I.-ii,i
",.-tii!.< ,
\V ��nt'*il    A  x'\i I   fni   lioii-ii.'l.ii.
Apply KmiU'iiay MaJi uHivA',     j      :'-Millint'l'y, Sffimpftd Linen,Cus'liion Tops,
\v.iiit...'i-'i|v, |iu.i-ri).ii��i.,  im impniv.'d ;    ,   Burn ?i rcl A Arms irony's; Silks'.''   '
'ranbll, cniivuiii-'ii!. I,n tlu* city. ,���"���"* !'T��TMfir,��    ri'irn-n in n    um   nm r
W���,,i,.,r-.F.nhi!.h.;,r ,���,w i���.,,;i3-.-. to j HISSES jBHSPAHO-AND BELL,
" ^,'' K I'b'.U'.'bvJ l|l n!1b\', ���''���        J /i(fiK.i.;i/|i;' ^.Vi,*;|t(l',
InmiMiid^  ���'! l','< ���     Ltiiie-   P.ihli.'i';   m,.. .
iinMiiibii  i      ijo*'* ii, ii!'ii*.;.i. ''i " 1:: ri o: i sf Hi**-! prutj 3t o'l'
iai'j flwr  ���:,  ���'      ^'|,.*��� i�� llio timo to i��,pU(
11 i'V ll    III    Mil    HOW r till r-        i-,l)r-"|, l.llO'l" f'.f r.l!l  OI-.'lillliKli'ftlUlng. in,,,,ino^rtBB��!��v
" ,v, vv liiipni'iiil l(mm ���f liii)l.K iinvv In mirk (civ | 3HAND8,���-nans^&��
full jilfiiil.ni-*, l.(M)..,'iiiuii<;i.t.il tri!i- iii��l -.lii-iib'- |
plii'iilion.    Dark   innin   (ti'inpumrily}
U,iinula Dt'Mtf nnd Dunk Co.
l-lionc .*> Ml ��!:0. Uon'iX
Pacific Coast
Privaie Detective Agency,
VANCOUVER!
Collection,-!, iniidc.      !''ii>t ah'.ff. refci'enec**.
UV'k'K'K IlOlblWi
S to I0;.10 nan. l-M'Uo ( p.m.
ttooiii t, 1'bidcr Mock. Opnuftile I'. 0.
=UNION  CIGAR-
FACTORY.
Meclmnlciil    KiiKincci"    nnd     MniuglilsiiilJii,
lliiuk i;t II. N. \, IJiilldliig.**, Jl.istliitfs Sircet,
���VANCOUVER,   B   C,
i\ liii-.tc.-ml will .sci-iirc un uvcninsf diipolnt'
nioiil foi'tliu'D wlio canaul cull miring tho flay,
For Sale,
. A.VMon -ilvor-loilil sliiull-.*)1, ill L'ooii j-jl'.ditv
forupci'iltloli.
Kui' pl'icu und |mi*liclilHi'.i n |.'|il>- to
Ei A, HAGC SlNi
Mining Kngiiietii*,
Ittivclstoke, Jl. C,
&&*
uIHii uu;
i
GAIVieORHE,
iu
id'���AiUKif.i: from.    Ten ii-n-i;.*' of fruit Ircc-f-nid     " OtlT  Special"  8i   ''The. Union."
li):irit.",;J .<\)l A/.i.�� mid pi'ici'-. '        ' .- '
'All   bvl.ru   clinic, muck   (if .Mniiiiliiin   AkIi,
.fiir-'c CliC'.-itji'it mid fitlici- Awilu trct-i for luwi,
or li'riiiluv'nrd i���!>������ nt ' ,
f,'*.v\'n i;rn** nnd fitip'i* -.-'.'(...'.*-, fortilbiei';', bec
suii'ljUci,  .Cil.-iluK'.iOi free..
���'���'������;    YANQPVV^, ���?, 9, :.
w
HA. BROWN PROP.
. �����.
,     -     ���     B.C.
All kinds oi"   mining conv .
..;'tracts.taken'and work e.\e'*
v cutcd   in ��� a;-workmanlike.
manner,      ..���.....','���-",.������'...
'������:':if '   '������ ������'������'     '. ���'''���'"      ���' '")
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