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 Vi*<  PreVlnci������l 'Abrttf  r.  ..   ������������������_���������    T*   ���������>  Bews'DruqSfore f      .-^jS"  ���������I  FOR EXPERT  DISPENSING  Vol. 12;-No. 80  REVELSTOKE, B. G OCTOBER,28, 1.905  "���������     OCT 3,11905      ������'?   ,  CbTci-Cream  The kind put up by BEWS. j  $2.00 Per Year  Mail  Order  Uept.  LIMITED.  DEPARTMENT STORE.  *i f  Whole Sale Tailoring-.  Come in-and look over* the largest, lino of .Tweed and  Worsted Samples ever shown in West. We can take your  measure and have your suit made by the largest'wholesale  tailors in Canada. /.Wc guarantee the IH SO'.'yOU R1JN*'n6  RISK.    We can give you a'firsl/class tailored  suit in  a large  rangenbf nice cloths, made'to  your measure, a great choice"  of' styles   tqv choose  ,     from',' at  * >.  '2  c'���������  w*-  $20  " Again wc can get-you any  .style of "coat'you want. , One  ���������of the j leading "styles is a  Chesterfield,'comes'"just'below  the knee,4 beautifully tailored,  velvet ,cqlfar,'^made/ tb"/your  measure, fit guaran-,- "Q-ffr  :    ������'-������������������'���������'  teed at y.V'O  ' Come in  and see  these they  will certainly, interest you;,,  You run no risk  Fit Guaranteed.;  G. B. Hume & Go. Ltd;  Y. M. C. A.  Railroad Y.M.C.A. Secretary  Visits Revelstoke.   ' ���������  Contract to be leHmmediately.  for Building. ' '  John F. Moore, the Jiiiilioad International Secretary of the Y. M. p. A.,  arrived Saturday evening, and' spent,  five days in the city. Ke came direct  fromJXe'w York, and. was" delighted  with the mountain sceneiy.' He went  o.n to Victoria., as ho has never been to  tlie Taci/ic Coast. ]Jis two address-*:*  on Sunday in the Opera Jrouseowero  strong, appeals for the Young Men's  Association ns.i means of moral uplift  to the-young men and' a character  builder of the right kind.      '��������� ' ,  Mr. Moore spoke'of the railroad  companies", the raihoad men,'nnd the  association, 'lie told of the army of  men employed "by', the, railroads ' of  Noi th America, the dangers the iail-  road man wafa subject, to, ancl the  subtle' temptations he was^cpnipellcd-  to face when-away fron'u home aiidotV  duty .'r'."He spoke ofthe association as  a home and a protection tcmen, also  a club t'or'recrcation nnd mental help.  Mr. Moore was 'much pleased,, with  the prospects for 'building" here, ,and  planned with the Building" Committee  to ,put up this'winter a complete  building, for' which, the plans  will be  A Carload of Choice  t\  -        ���������   ��������� "  ItPHPPPIOC!    Just  to'-liand,  MX  \J\J\jI XUOc<  Herring, Mack,  CAMriNG SCENEAT REVELSTOKE.  f * '" V-  including   new  Salt  ckerel, Cod and Salmon,"  ChilliwackHoney, and lots'of delicaces  Two Cars Ashcroft and Okanagah< Potatoes,  ,   '���������   ;    ; Vegetables/ Fruit.    ',;  ''-;,' . /:���������  One Car Ogifyie Flour, and'all kinds'' o'f season-  , able goods arriving daily; /'. : ' "'  Have "bur diiver call or send in your order. - We do not tell fairy tales  a buitt selling goods in small lots at wholesale figures, but, we guarantee'.  u satisfaction nnd prices right. '     '    ��������� '  ���������BOtXRiVE. Bros."  II ISA DQUAKTEItS l-'OK GBOCEKIJ3S, HARDWARE, STOVES , etc  RAILWAY  ACTIVITY  ��������� V  -   ^H.     1  IMPERIAL' BANK OF CANADA  Q 1   '  Capital Authorized, $1,000,000,  Oapltnl Pnid Dp, $3 300,000.   Host,'S3 500,000.  >, ' '    ' Head Office, Toronto, Ontario.       '.  L Bronchos iu tho Northwest Torritorios, Muuitobu, Ontario and Quohoe.  Ami tho following points iu llrtlii.li Columbia: , C'r.iubroolv, Qolclon,  Notion, Itevolstoko, Trout Luko, Arrowhoiul, Vnucouvor and Victoria.  T. R MKRRiTT.'Erosidout.      . JD. R. Wilkii:, Vico-ProsidouL aud Gonornl MauiiKor.  ,    ~JEf H,v^, A<:Sistuut;Goiiorul MauiiKor.    W. Moitat, Cliiof inspector.  Revelstoke.Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  * _x Savings Dopartinout���������lloposits Hocoivod and Lntorost Allowod.  Drafts sold aVmlublo in all parts of ('niiada, United States and Europe.,  Special attoution givou to collections. ' A. JE. I'iiifps, ManiiRor  THE A. E. GEORGE COMPANY  .ii  'Yr"  LA'u  For the Next  Ten Days 1-3 off  for Gash.  For the Next Ten  Days to further reduce our stock we  will give 1-3 off all  our regular prices  in our Dry Goods  and Men's Furnishing  Department.  NO RESERVE  TERMS   CASH.  out in a few days and tenders called  for. _ '_ '���������* '"���������''-'������  . G. 1\ Stephens, of Winnipeg, has  kindly madc'tlic executive of the Y.M.  Osi\.. a pr'eion t of the'paint for painting  the outside of the Association buikl-  '"g'  "    ' " ��������� .-        ''     \, '  During'the week tlfodiicctors of the  Y.M.C.A. have hail tlie benefit,of the  assistance of Mr.'1 Moore, secretary of,  the Railway Y.' M. C. A., and'Mr.  Parsons, of tho'general executive, with  the result that the plans c-T'thc .proposed building have been ,finally  decided on, and the tenders are called  in this issue^the Mais, for the work.  The basement,, will be <l0ft by 00ft,  with annex 20ft-square, and will provide swimming bath 3(ift by lGft,  . bowling alley lift by 80ft,- a splice-foi  spectators,'two shower bathrooms, onc  needle bath, one.bath tub room, locker  room, stoie room, and boiler room.  On the ground floor will be reception  hall, 19ft by *i6ft, gymnasium" 30ft by  |"i0ft, reading room 10ft by 21ft, "cloak  room 7ft by 10ft,  office, 10ft   by  12ft,  committee  room   10ft   by  20ft.   The  annex   of '20ft   square ' will   piovide  stainvay and committee  room. '  On the upper flooi   will be  a *iooin  12ft   by    3Gft  subdivided   by  folding  doors so it can be used as classroom or  I lecture, hall,  and   tlicie  will be  nine  dormitories.  The preparation of the' plans bus  been entrusted to G. M. Clark, who  will have them leudy by Monday.  Tenders for the building close Monday  week, ancl the work will be rushed to  completion as soon as possible.  Mr. Moote, the Kail way Secietary,  has been instiucted to secure tho  services of a man specially acquainted  with Y. JM. C. A. work to^act as  secretary.  ���������r  THE A. E. GEORGE COMPANY.  MALAKWA.  Ki-om our own coirespondent.^  . The sad fatality to \Y. llellinen, the  section foreman, on Wednesday last  has had qnite a depiessing effect on  this community, in which he waa well  esteemed. l '  Mrs. Mary ' Denipscy returned  home to Spatsuni on Saturday, after a  month's stay with her mother.  Mrs. T L. Woolsey was in Revelstoke  for a few days last week.  The Chinese gang have completed  the levelling of track, and have been  removed to Mara.  At a meeting held at the school  house on Wednesday '.evening, 18th  inst., to consider the the establishment  of a cemetery in the vicinity, it was  resolved to petition the'Dominion  Governnient to grant a piece of land  for this and other public uses.  THE FALLS NAMING COMPETITION.  The following suggestions were received this week for a name  for  the  falls on Eight Mile Creek:���������  1���������Alexandra.  2���������Victoria.  3���������-Dufl'alora.  ���������1���������Togo  5���������Minnehaha  (5���������Fors I and  7���������Fortyninc  S���������Glory  9���������Hallelujah  10���������Longfellow  11���������Porcupine.  12���������The Maid of the Mist  13���������Gladstone  1*1���������Henry Irving  Other suggested names will be added  to this list till Oct. 31st when the vote-  will be taken. j:  Has Important,Bearing,on  Fu-  f   ture of Revelstoke.  Big Works Projected byC P. R.  tSince the foundation of  the City of  Revelstoke* there   has   never   been1 a  time when theoiitlook of the city was  so bright.    In .addition to the numerous new buildings projected  for  next  spring the C. T. R.  have  big schemes  in hand which arc sure to" be  carried  out one way   or   another   and which  cannot  fail  to give ' a big impetus to  the development and growth  of'the  city.     The  time  has come when the  C. P. It.  mtist do something to  improve its   freight  route.      The' main  line as;it now stands is  the, grandest  tourist   route - in" the woild but with  the growth of  freight- traffic the  cost  of   hauling -heavy   freight ( over  the  summit, o'f   the   Rocky ' and Selkirk  Mountains, has to  he; overcome.      It  has long been an established piinciplc  of railway building Uiii't the countou;*  of the valleys should "be   followed" to  give; easy   grades < and   allow   of big  trains, rather than slir>rt steep gr.idcs  over, mountains.    , The C. P. Jl. is   up  against that principle   and'has   two  plans' in   view,   both of which arc "receiving full consideration, nnd  one of  which will probably be adopted-at the  next annual 'appropriation,  so, that,  the   work   can   be put in  hand next  spring.   ^Onc  plan is to continue the  Crows Nest ro.ul round the noith   end  of Jvooteiiay   Jjakc,   connecting  with  the J.aulcau inihvny, and   extend the  road from Gen aid to  the  north Arm  of Arrow J-,akc, connection being made  with the A. and IC. line at Arrowhead  by means of a  steam''fciiy   over   the  north arm.  The other plan is to build from the  present main line at Jieavcr round  the Ilig Bend of the Columbia following the Columbia ��������� River all the way  round''to Revelstoke. Either loute  would give the easiest .grade across the  continent and place the C. P. Jl. in a  position of being able to compete with  any other transcontinental line. ^  The advantage of cither' of these  plans to Revelstoke is appaicnt. It  means that this city will be the gie.it  railway centre of J3ritish Columbia,  making this lieadqunitcrs for many  hundreds of men employed in the  operation of the railway, and opening  up a vast area of new country tributary to Revelstoke���������n countiy celebrated for its mineral and limber  wealth.  It is understood extensive nIterations and additions will be niiulo to  the yaid accommodation at Revelstoke during the coming spring, and  it is also understood that nri.inge-  nieuts are in hand for the extension  of the C. P. Jl. shops in this city.  Add to the railway development the  increase in the lumber mills tiibutaiy  to Revelstoke, the improved outlook  of the mineral industry with the  authority of a mining engineer of high  standing that wc have already in the  Rig Rend the making of "one of the  greatest copper mines in the Northwest," and the people of Revelstoke  have much reason to feel proud of the  position and prospects of their city.  The pres-cnt activity in real estate and  the advance in values would appear to  be fully warranted by the outlook,  and we want to sec our citizens pulling together with a long pull and a  strong pull to build up their cily nnd  make it a credit not only to the industry and entcrpiize of its residents,  but to the Province as a whole.  KNOX CHURCH  ���������    , it,  '"'' ,      I ' '  Ladies Auxiliary's Most Sue  cessful Function'realises, u  ' '    "'   ���������_ ..$450- '''    '" . .'  The Ladies .Auxiliary ,of JCnox  Church held' their" turkey supper at  the opera ;housc ' Thanksgiving Day  and the event was the most successful  church' festival ever held in the city.  About 500 people'attended and the  tables were seated^ovor and over again."  'J'he hall was prettily decoratedrand,6n"  three long'iows of tables were '"served  a rare supply of good things.        t    .  The tables were presided over as  follows :������������������   '     ,;  ,Mrs. I\ilpatrick, assisted by Mcs-  danics Urquhart and McCarter, Misses  Murphy, 'McKinnon and Palmer.  Mrs. B. A. Lawson, assisted by  Mcsdamcs Sine and Kincaid, Misses  McLean-and I'ligct.       '  Mrs. W. M. Lawrence, assisted'by  Mcsdamcs McPhadden and .George,  Misses Grant, Lennox and Mcrha'dden  . Mrs. Ci. M. Clark, assisted by Mcsdamcs, Rae, Woodley, Donaldson,  Misses Ilislop and Lennox.  ,. Mrs. 'IVLewis, assisted by Mcsdamcs  Corning, if. Lewis,aiid JV Lewis."  Then there was the" fish pond, pip-  sided over by Misses Palmer .and  Woodley, flower" table '' in charge of  Mrs. Atkins, candy tabic in.charge of  Mrs. lVihnerand Miss Urquhart, and  fancy work table in charge of Mcsdamcs  Doyle and F. J3. Jjeivis.   "  After supper the chair was taken by  B. A Lawson, who thanked the large  iisiiiiibl-.go on behalf of he Ladies  Auvili.iiy and n progiammc was then  pre-oiil.'il including song's by Mi.  Gilli'l.ind, who was encored, duet by  Mcsdamcs Ocelman and Dent, also  encored, address by Mr. Parsons, of  the Y. M. U. A.  The Lidica Auxiliary are to be  congr.ilul.itcil oivthc immense success  of tin ii* nuclei taking from which they  icalii-ed .flnO in .iid of IOiox Church  fund. '  The only Fii-Reform Wardrobe here is af _  J. G. Macdonald,. Revelstoke;  THE MOLSONS BANK  lucoriKirnted by Act of Parliament, lKw. '  ITEAD, OFFICE,t - '   - MONTREAL.  Wir. Molso.v Mac'piikrso.v, Pres. .S. IL Ewixg, Vice-Pres.  Jamks Elliot, General'Manager*.  VILLAGE  : SETTLEMENT  Where Great Improvements are  Seen.   ,  Capital paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  JSverylhing in  way of banking business transacted without un  necessary delay.  Interest ci edited twice h year al current rates on Savings Bank  deposits.     ���������   r 1 n  W. H. PRATT, Manager,  Revelstoke, B. C.  CHURCHES.  St. Phteks.��������� Nineteenth Sunday  after Trinity. Services at 8 and 11  a.m. and 7-80 p.m. by the Kcctor.  Methodist.���������Services in connection  with tho Methodist Church will be  conducted to-morrow'by C. li. Sissons  at 11 a.m. and C. Whituker at 7-30.  p.m. '  A man* who'believes in tree, planting is J7. Peterson, of Revelstoke. On  hisdS acre-block in the village settlement he has already planted out .JS00  fruit, shelter and ornamental trees. A  novel idea to which die put a big  stump, 21 feet in ciicumferencc, was  to plant cioepors and ornamental trees  round it and build on the top of it a  hiiinnier-hotibe for the delectation of  his visitors. It will make onc of the  prettiest nooks in the neighbourhood  of the city.  Geo. Lafornie has bought two more  lots at the village settlement, making  his holdings there H acres. lie is  cllecting great improvements, having  built a two storey stable 20x30 feet  and i.s now erecting a dwelling house  20x2G feet. Jfc intends building a silo  for handling clover ensilage for fodder  for bio cow and poultry. lie is keeping 200 fowls, mostly bar and white  rocks, with a few leghorns, lie thinks  rocks the most suitable fowls for here,  lie has planted out a lot of fruit trees  and has ordered more for increasing  his orchard area.  Wing Chung, who purchased J. P.  Kennedy's place in the village settlement, is clearing it up and making  great improvements.  Hugh Smythc is making great improvements on his holding and adding  considerably to the number of fruit  trees planted out. He has purchased  another villa lot of four acres,  J  Merchant  Tailors.  Everything a gentleman wants in the line of tailoring.  Our stock is new ancl up-to-date.  Pressing and cleaning promptly attended to.  First Street, Opposite Union Hotel, Revelstoke.  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  Newly built.  ABRAHAMSON    BROS.,    PROPRIETORS.  First-class in every respect.    All modem conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms.  Rates $1.50 per Day. Special/Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under  same  management  Mr. Harold Nelson  Will appear at the Opera House  here on Wednesday, the  25 th October. ,, I  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Z\)c Ikootena^ flDatl  I'UHLISHKD   SATURDAY. ������'  '      ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE. B.C.,  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES..  Inclu lint; po-lui-e lo Knplnnil, United Sinks  nnd C'lii'ui'i.  $���������-'.(1(1  I.*!,**.  ���������ti,i  Hj- the year [ihroiigh posioillc-ej<...!.' .. .  Hrtlf.      "      ,  " -    Quarter  "    ^iicluilinR Clin^timis Mail 30c. extra.  ADVERTISING   RATES.  Measurements Noiipnricl |12 lilies'inuke one  inch]. Preferred positions. '2j per cunl.  additional., Mirths. MaiTinijes und IV.-ilh.s.'  Mo. each insertion.1 All iidvurUsonieiiU  subjoci to lhe iippiov.-ilof lhe iii"iii'i-,'etneiit.'  , Wanted and Uonden-cd Advert iiemenls:���������  Agent.-? Wanted, Help Wanted, Sil-ualions  wanted, Sanations Vneant, Teiielioi-s  Wanted, Mechanics Wanted, 10 wont-, or  lcs.s 2oe.. each addilional word two'ceiils.  Changes in dUmdini; adeerlihcnutnts must,  oe in by 9 a. m. 'I hur-diiy'of eaeli week to  5*cure i<ood di-play. SU'indiuc; advcrlisin-;  manor will be cnanRcd twice a moiil li with-  out extra chaise ��������� For more frequent  allcralioiH  thu^liiiie occupied   in inakin-;  '    oame will be charged al, iisiiul raie.s.  I'm FKINTI.N'U promptly exeeuLcd at M'a-.oii'  able rale.      '  /TKRMS���������Crush.    Suliscriplioin payublo in ad  ,    voiice. ,   , ,  , UultKKsFUNiJKNCK inviled' on iniitlern ol  public interest. Coinuiunicat,ioiih to ICtli-  tor inu-L be accompanied by name of  writer, not necessarily for publieaiion, but  *^ evidence of ������ood failh. Uorrusponilenee  ,   should be brief. ���������  We request our numerous readers to  favor us with theii* assistance in  making tho KOOTENAY MAIL tho  most valuablo advoptlslnfirmedium  In   tho   Kootoimys  by   g-Ivlnfi-   the  ���������prefenonoo "when    making-    purchases   to   those   firms  who   aro  ,  z>eg*ular advertlsoi'8 in tho KOOT"  '      NAY,MAIL. ,  ���������D  R.   MORRISON,  '  UK NT 1ST.  i-ficb :  T NEW      AWUKNU1-:   HLOCIv,  '   JMcKenzie Avenue.     ' ���������        '  E!  DWARD A. HAGGEN,  Mixing/.li'NGiNEKit,  (Meiri. American  Institute Min hk Kntfiiiooi-s)  , iimlimi .Mining       titute.)'  Kf\ JiLSTOKK. B'. (J.  Examination of and'reports on  Mineral Properties a Specially.  TTUG H , 'S. ' CAY LEY,   ���������  .        Barrister .'ind Solicitor.  OFFIGE-rOorni'i* of Kirsl Stii'ut mid  ,Boyle Avenue, IU'vclstoki*, IS. ().  this province under the pretence of  holding the land for its timber  value. Where there is milling  timber it,will bo universally admitted every precaution ought to  be taken to protect, tliat timber and  the holders of it from loss by fire,  but there are * thousands of acres  hold , iis timber berths where ' no  lumbering will ever be done. That  land is'Suitable for'settlement and  should'be available for an) settler.*-  who choose to come along and take  it'up.' The government owe a duly  to the settlers as well ns the lumbermen. Land .unfitted for lumbering, hiit suitable for settlement,  should lie thrown'open.  , At Salmon Arm "particularly  there is ���������m'-ea'l indignation ������I tiie  land administration and some ,'JOOO  acres of land valueless for lumbal-,  ing, and yet well'iulaptetl to Mnall  settlement, and particularly fruitgrowing,   are   lied   up    under the  HARVEY, McOARTER  .   -" AND PINKHAM,  ,    BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, 1STC.  Oftices :    Moi-son-h   JUa.vk   l^i.ocrc,   Hkvki,-  STOKB, li. C.  .Money to loan.  ,0Ulceo: Kovelotoke, IJ. C; Kort Steele, B. (  J,  are   lied   up  pretence   they   are  held as timber  berths.  , At Hovolsloku the same thing,  wc are informed, is in evidence.  On t the, west' side 'of the (Jo-  lumbia River there is ���������room for  some 50 ','to CO, settlers on land  which, ^ve are informed,1 has no  milling.timber on',it";', yet settlers  can get no rights there under' tho  plea that it 'is held, as timber  berths. Jf-the statements made to  us are true these lands should be  cut out of the timber reserves and  thrown open for .settlement, and  we trust Hon., Mr. Oliver, who-is  desirous of seeing his' department  conducted strictly in the'-public  interest, ��������� will cause 'an investigation,to be made into the  matter!  Mrs. .1. Kife'lms returned home  after an abs-enco of Com* months,  There is' a big rush of buildings  jjoinj; up at present here.   , ,  The Calgary /I'l-ading Co. disposed  of a cur load of njiples here this  week.  Mr. Sitdeilniid, clerk for the .Big  llend LuinlierCo., has already captured  this season six wild geese aiid a  coyottc.  Bert Sliarpe now ciiiillcnges any  thing oil tlie wuteis.  Kootona ,  Lodpre No. 15 A.F, & A.M.  '  ���������-YWC. ' The 'regular   moot-  Alasnulo      Temple,  judKollows Hall, on  NAKUSP.  Gko. S. McCaktkk. '  A. M.   PI.VKIIAM,     i  Re elntokc. B. 0  DANDY DICK  Successful ' 'Performance ���������  Amateur Dramatic Club.  by  l-'itnii tlur Own  ('oiTi'spoiidonl.  i '       ,  . Miss'I.iiinoHMix left'this, week foi  her liiune at Fort, Sii'-kiifchcwim, N.  \V. T. ' i   .  Mrs. Fui'idam! 'nnd children, of  A) ni'.'lif ml, spent a few days in town  the gui.st of M i. and Mis,. 'John Hector.  ��������� ' ,     '  'Tliclli-edgu Nnkn'p, in command of  Capt. Olins. It.u'.liei*, reniiiiiu-'d hero for  a few days, on her way to Hock Islan.d.;  Mrs. H. Stevens bus moved-into the  house lately vin*atud"by 0. 11. Kirk.  A social dance was held  in   A brief's  Hall on Thanksgiving night.  .   Jos.   Clemens, ��������� who   has   been'cm-  ployed at Trout Lake foi- some  time,  bus an iveel homo again. '  The change in the steamboat service  only gives the peoplo below Nakusp a  boat two days a ,wcok���������on Mondays  and Thursdays., 'Tbe s.'s. Minto will  leave hero at ii p. in. ���������  T. -'N. Okcrstrom, of Tort '\Ving,  Wis., sjient a few days in. town,. unci  while here visited the Big Ledge mining propei ty in- which 'Tiros. Abriol  nnd K. J I. Smith are largely interes'tod.  ' K. \V..Jordan received a fine'box of  grapes grown at Fire Valley, which  goes to prove that wo mo situated in  one of the finest fruit sections in this  province./  ���������f-?3  coined.  *      ,       .  U. A. I'llOCUN'IKIt, Si einn-AUV.  SELKIRK LODGE. N0^12, I. O. O. F.  .Meet- ovorv Tliursda.-  S) ^ff^^fc. ovoiiini} inOddFellows  Hull nl ������ o'clock  Visiting brethren cor  dially invited to all  '  , . ' tend.' ' ,  (!   IJ.  PAUIKK, N.O.. J. MATiliK.'SlO  1^771^771^6^  41/ suytAus 4A>f& /UWO'f'  IsTl-dd .  A. IlAIiVEY,1  fc'ort Steele, Jl. C  J. M. Scott, IjUB.  JtCOTT   AND  ^\^ i. iiriKB-.  s  Bill GO  Barristers, Solicitors', Etc;. -  Money-to'Loa:;  ������������������solicitors I'-or'/JIolsoxs Bank  First Street. ��������� Revelstoke,' B.C.  ^be .'(kootenay nibail  , SATUKDAY, OCTOBER'S, 1905  It'is.a subject of general' remark  and congratulation that the citizens  ��������� of Revelstoke never pulled so well  together as now. ��������� Even a man  who has been known as a "chronic  kicker" remarked to us this week  how much Beveistoke had improved in this respect. <  Now that the  winter  is  coming  on  clean chimneys   are  of   prime  importance in ensuring safety from  fire.    The city bylaws are properly  strict   in   this   respect,  but before  they   can   be   enforced   the    crtv  -  should   secure   the   services   of a  first-class  and .reliable sweep and  give him a license to be  held  subject to his doing   the work entrust-  , ed to him properly and   well.     At  present it is next  to  impossible to  get chimneys   properly,cleaned in  the city, and it  is  a  farce' to  attempt to enforce a   bylaw  without  first making  provision   which   will  enable the citizens  to  carry it out.  BRIDGING    Till-]   COLUMIUA.  The   fact   that   there   is   nn the  ivest eirle of the Columbia   iliver   a  large   area   of   land   suitable   for  small rettlemi'iH and fruit-growing,  coupled     with    thf     '-tahli-liinent  there   uf   one   nf   ihe   |,e.-,i lurnbur  mill.- in the interior by the  flf-vcl-  stoke   Lumber    Companv,    a������ain  rai--c*.- the .pie-lion of   thf  c-i-ection  of a trafiic bud-- over the   Columbia   liner. .   V,'i-   trti.--t Mr. Tayl.ir  M. P. I'., will hike thi-   matter   up  with the government when vw   can  assure    him    lie    uill   hi*  .-trongiy  supported in taking a -land for lhe  erection of thi.-v bridge.     Tlic   provincial L'overniiK-nl ha.- healed this  districl in a   mea-ly   manner   during the   pa.-t   two   year.-*   and   it is  time they   took   a   tumble and did  something.    It i.- up to Mr. Taylor.  a=   a   governnit-nt   supporter  and  government  whip   to   demand  the  ear of mini-tors at Victoria on this  matter.  On Monday night |,)10 Amateur  Dramatic Club ope'ned their second  season, playing A-.^V.'Vinero's original  three,'act comedy, "D.indy Dick",  under the auspices of the Iia I hbone  Sisters, and were gicelcd with a  bumper house.  To comment on the performance in'  all its entirety would bring forth  nothing but praise, /die scene displayed during the first' and sccciid  acts, .representing a cl rawing i\,om in  the home of tlie Dean, was a work of  art reflecting great credit on those responsible for its production, and together with the"costumes worn by the  different parties participating in the  performance presented a very picturesque appearance.  Mr. Lawrence,' as the Dean of St.  Marvclls, gave an excellent representation of the star part. Mr. Dunnc's  entrance as Blore, the Demi's servant,  was greeted with applause and -siavo a  fine character portiaynl of ,the role.  Messrs'. JL\ E. L. Taylor and D. Rao as  Tarver and Mardon fulfilled their respective .paits very well, as did also  Messrs. Sawyer, as Topping the constable, Sturdy, as Darby and E. Taylor  as Jlatchem.  Mrs. Dunne played Georgians! Tid-  niiin, and gave one of the best, performances she has yet given, and the  same can also be said of-Mrs. Lawrence.  Miss liobbs and Miss Bciger both  played their parts to good advantage,  ancl if they continue to improve as  rapidly as they have, during tbe short  period they have been playing, should  give good account oi .themselves in  the future.  After the performance dancino- w;is  indulged in until early morning, unci  the R.itbbone Sisters us well as the  Dianiatic Cluli au* to I'l'congr.itul.itcil  upon .he feiiciess attained.  ' ���������     NEW PATENTS.  Walter Cardner,-of Kncierby, II. C.,  received icoently through the agency  of Rowland Briltain, patent attorney,  Vancouver, II 0'., a ,Canadian Patent  'on au improved bit designed to iifVoicl,  more ctlicient contiol or.mastery ' of a  horse limn can be obtained by'any, of  those ii^'ordinary use,,and to eflect  that control , in a humane manner  without injurious'strain or laceration  of the animal's mouth.  The bit can be used with the'fan'iily  hoiscand being comfortable in the  mouth can he sithfactbnly used in  thearnining of colts. With attach  ments it affords perfect control ol a  vicious horse, an-l iis continued use  will cure the common huis.0 vices of  elevating the head, lugging, reaiing,  bolting, kicking, etc.  Tho inventor, as a hoi si* dealer, lias  had the practical experience to enable  him to meet the requirements in a  s.ui-factory ' manner and the hit, has  met with unqualified approval from  those who have felt the need of it.  You spend with us for    '    -,  .;:    house   ,  purnish1ng3;  carries with it a full-'lufuivalenl of  Value.   It's putting    '','  , ,   MONEY.IN, THE BANK  To liny good furniture���������that's the  kind we sell! There isn't 'a .finer  collection in Western Canada than  what may be seen in .our 'showrooms'. Reliable Furniture of the  quality it pays to buy, at the lowest  prices consistent'with that quality^  I lave you our-c.'italoguc? Jf.notf  write for it to day. It's free, and a  handy book- of1- reference, on,all  house furnishing'problems.'  -/zettciJatc-Sr.  -=-,��������������������������� ���������-.'(������ -;((��������� >. :s f.  ii"  ^Hs Jeg,: , \y/, c������yu "<>/��������� y^zt-tC y^v- ys ��������� ^^X44/-.  $^h J3&L& $i$bFzfy, y+  'tftrto-  ���������/o y&ct,^ ve, S4c<te /iftno, ^z>^,  <&y^yyu������>.  <&rL0-tiyy,  e/  ii  I  1 ���������  Overalls  * 1 ^ ,  are ,   ,   .  Union Made!  *��������� They arc mftnufacturecl  by experts, under the blue  label,and none but superior  materials enter into" their  composition. T They are  not on!v double-stitcht  but as well finished inside  as out. They are graceful looking too, as overalls  ;ind very easy fitting.  After many years of Western  [experience  in .Rubber   Foot-  ' wear, and with the entire field  of    Canadian    manufacturers  open   to iis, wc have'selected  Maple Leaf  Rubbers  as the most satisfactory brand  for botli dealer,and consumer,  in/tliis province.  They possess'all the "qualities,  of, material, style, fit, finish  and  durability  characteristic  ^vi-gOuii'.jniuueiS.-'r-      ,','  1    ,  'And are more serviceable  under Western climatic con-  'ditions. '"       ,v '       , '   "'  Just, ask your dealer- for  them.      ' '    .  If hi) linsii't'llipin, hn'll not Ilium ir.\(iu  ask hini���������liiil,' ho suioly lias (hcin.  # ' ,    ',  ���������Jle'ckieCoItd."  Selling ArciiIs, Vancouver, H C.  CANADIAN METAL COMPANY, LTD.  SMELTERS,    FRANK,  ALTA.'  i>  BUYERS OF  Zinc-bearing SilverrLead .Ores.    Properties0carrying Zinc ���������  ���������    'Ores bonded, developed ancl purchased. - . - >���������,." ,   ���������  FINANCIAL  ASSISTANCE  GIVEN :  To owners of mineral properties carrying zinc-bearing' ores  fin payable quantities.    Send particulars of zinc ores ancl ���������"  r      ;s-       ���������> ' ���������   ���������    /.'. properiics.'to        ,   ;        ',   '     ' -  * ,  -,y ,  ���������' ' '    E. A. HAGGEN, Revelstoke.   ,   ���������  , '���������   ��������� , 1 ' '"'���������       Agent for Canadian Metal Company  for North East Kootenay,'North West Kootenay and Yale.  ������������������  2DS  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ^y ' '   akty furnished"with-the choicest the market  "'".   '��������� ���������'  ""���������"-      affords..'Best Wines,  Liquors, '& Cigars.' ::   - " '  ',"' * ' -.Rates $1 a'day.j'.-Monthly'rate.-   ^ ���������    -.:-*   -'.c  iJ!", LA:nLBJBK,T     STOnSTEJ  , ^ko^pI  Alphonsus De Fed ,  PROFESSOR  \    OF. PIANO  '- ��������� . Lessons 50c- Each.  .Clivon at, Mr. Doniiiiic Gallieono, '  'near Station.  Music supplied at "AlHomes",and  Dances..,."',     ,    ,  REPEATING SHOT GUN   ,  NEW MODEL N9lf  go  Insist on your dealer  giving you the " BUCK  BRAND."  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  Tho only f-nfu eflcistuiil monthly  medicine on which women can  depend. 'Sold m two degrees of  strength���������No. 1, for ordiniiry  onset, ?1 per box; No.'-2, 10 dc-  greeq stronger for Special  uses, f8 per liox.  Snli! U\i all  druiiriistn. yisk for C'ooic'.s Cotton lioot, Compounil; tnko no  hubihtute.  The Cook Medicine Co.,      Windior, Ontario.  h^.��������� M  .    tl,c,,<:hc';Pc8t, Kno't (f������n yet made. By ihcomUsion cl lhe mice down tenure wc have  b������n abk lo R������������tly,������lu������ ll,= ������,��������� 0[ production and M lhe same lime have keSX ���������un uM������<Te  ,���������0UI '������������������"''\M'������*"' ���������"<"���������������������������������"������ "I  !���������''., "'^y and dur���������l���������l,lv.    No.ice tlj clean .impflcilj. of  h������J!"H; ���������        worlcm-insl,;.. ���������n(l (i���������M, are prifal.   The weiiil.t is only 7 pounds.   Thn full choke  an-TrJEiy t'tI' TMr " WC" "'U^nd-' -d "> chamben-d .ha. 2%'inch ���������  1 rdlablennd Iml w~l.V^ '       ���������C'r*'1 ,",'"v,'-"-l"s ���������" 'l*������ oiWMlinii palls make it the caiict, most  and11 M,llS,YJ?    . S 8"l"- T "T"cc-   W*=������������ ������^<' "> .matte it Possible for every lover o  sun  ancl liird shootins^logel Ihls hmh Kr.idc repeating shot ������un also low a price., -     '      ���������*  -    M������e jour dealer order it for jou. '        ,     .     ,        \ , n" , >  Send'for lhe Martin'Catalogue and Experience floofc lo-daur Free for 3 stamps  yj26'/Mar/l/l fireCWmS ^.;'42WilIow'StrceiJ, New Haven. Ct.  cVic-tbrious'iThrough Merit.  OXYDONOR 1,1-iiiinpli.s tlii-ongli niorii���������for years  ARROWHEAD  A SETTLERS GRJEVA\CE.  A   matter   that   the   Dominion  Minister of the Interior should  take up vigorously i's the .mariner  in which settlernent is  blocked  in I north  l-'n.m titlrovMi c.rre^ri.m.l'.lit.  >r.and .Mr-. .Mormon   p;ii,|   ������   vi-It  in A i niwlio.ul nn Tue.-dny.  .Mr. Avery, m.inai;er ot the Aitmw-  IhimI l.tiiiilicr Ciini|iany. left l.iii, week  for Ontiin'.i, nci'i>ni[.:inii(l l.y l.-ninh  .-'initli, oi Nfiiark. >*. .1 , uln, Ii-m lif-cn  vi-itini,' tlio liig licml l.uinlii.r IU,.  \Y. (I. Jiojitfy i- vihitini; fii.-inN in  l.'������. I Door, Alia.  .Mn. Oanijiholl onti*rl:iini.d ������ hir.-o  niimlici* nl yriiins; iionplc U'cdni'yday  e\''iiiiii;. Dancing ������,is Iho main  foatiii-c i.t tin* cu'tiinc; .mil wa^ ijiial ly  eiijoytd hy all.  .1. W'inti-ri, of Clnyno, Ont , i- viiit.-  iim fi ii'iids in town,  .Mis������ K'nrix, ni l.'ovolstoko, paid ,i  llyinj; visit, to Ari-owlic.id   Wcdnefidiiy.  Mr. Uowman, of the limvinari Luiri-  lifi- Ciiiiipany. f-[ifnl, a dny in lown  tlii" ni'f'k.  Percy Hoyd,  of   Cotnajilix, spont a  few f 1 >iy3 in the hospital hero from tlie  effects of a bad odd, hut  we  arc' glad  tb hear lie is alright again.-    *  C.  Clarke   spent  last   Sunday   up  j'Gi@������Kniy,3  matter   where   or  you buy them.  They come to your table just as inviting and delicious as though you ate  them at the ovens in the  bakery. Ar all grocers in  air-tight packages.  MAXIJI'-.AC.TIJKKU.HV    -*; A   :  TfYra. J. McMastep & Sons, Ltd.  VANCOUVER,  II.-C.    r  The Money Loss of  the Drink Ifobit  is one of its most serious features. The  man v.-ho drinks not only ruins himself  but deprives those dependent upon him  of the'support to which they are entitled.  The Samaria Tasteless Prescription  has saved many men from Drunkard's  Graves and restored wife and family to  ple.ity and happiness. Given without  patients knowiedgein tea, coffee or food.  The money a moderate drinker -will  waste in one week will cover'the cost of a  month's treatment. Samaria Prescription is a cure for drunkenness, no  publicity, all private.  Fm Package  .in'l p*-i<*������- ^.Mf; ������::  :nu*.; rnj-hlft^p in;? full  i ;M"tii !.*������.������ r ->. ti Mi mom il->  hi  *���������'  tl"i','i'    irj'i".     Cor-  " r ]ir������*!r nti <i.   A<UW' ^:  'Vf.f/Y  f   j    ��������� -.   jnuUn  , 'J'oro'jt'J, CiUi'! ������.  When You Have a Bad Cold  Yn\ ii.ii t ,i i-pinedy that will nor  only gi-.i- i|iiiok- r.-liof lint   oil'..of ,i vc-  lll'l 11. II I   .'HIV.  Vnn i\ int ,i romofly that v/lll roli.-.o  thr Innir- and Iroop o\poc-tor.ition c.t-v  'i'i.ii mini ,i loriii'ily that wil. f.-'nt-  i'1-iol ;iiiy tendency toiv.irrls piviimoiii i  Ydu n.nit ���������! roniidy tint i" j������|i*:i ,inL  ��������� mil wit'., to r.i Ice.  (Ill,uiih,,11 nn', cough if-mfdy meet-  all I lif -i* io(|iiiieni(.|il-< and '"or tie  ">l" f*<lV and permanent, cine of In,I  coliN slaniU u ilhonl, n peel. For ��������������������������� i le  oy all ill licgl-,1-1  The ICnoTK.v.w M.ur,, Family Herald and. Weekly Star ,of iMontreal; for  the whole of the year 18%, and  premium picture "Queen Al, .viuidni,  her grand children-arid dogs," will he  mailed to siihHcrihcr.H reinitting A$'2, {',',  to ICootk.vav M A I r, ollicc.  enzie  and  lartin  OCEAN   STEAMSHIPS.  oyal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  AJJ^AN LINR-Jfrpyi Alontic.il. ,  \ ictoriiLii il; Se,,!,. a,  "���������."���������������������������-.I-"!" Oct, (i  \ii-KiMian ,.   Oct. l*S  I'liiisiiin      .��������� Oct. 21)  *, icl on.in Oct. 2!)  UAX. PAC. ATLANTIC S. S.���������Krom liontroiU  Luke Cl.ampliiiii Hunt. 2S  Liiko Krio Oct. 1"  l������il.-u illiinilolu .' '.Oct,.'lii  ���������-"-* JJOMLS'ION JL,IN*IO-l.'i-om Jlontreiil.  Dominion..'.   sUnt <>���������)  <Hln������������- "So ill 30  konsiiiKion     ocL. 7  L.in.ul.i      octi   |j  Soiilhwui-d  Oct' "l  Dominion '.'..'..'.'.Oct.' 28  AMKUrtJAN IjIN'K���������From Now York.  I-1-l'*"-1-; ~ '���������-. Sept. 30  New lork- ��������� ;     qci   7  HI. Loins o0L 'tl  Philadelphia  n.,i' a,  fel- ''."'I  0cl.2S  ,     WlirriO STAIt LINK-JFrom New y0rk.  '''"tonic *    Sept. 2!)  ''������������������'���������������������������"ij? Oct.   I  IM.IJO-.I IG       Ol't   11  !,\Ml}a : ��������� Oci.'lS  ''���������'���������Ionic Oct.27  ,   (JUNAKI) LINK-Ki'om New York.  Kl'-iii-i.i.. Sept. HO  H'-","1'.1"1 Oct. 1  U'"l'i-i'i '.   OcL   1  L.IWI1111..... 0c(     ,  Mriii-M  ocl.   7  r.-1-.sciifrers ticketed  LIu-oiikIi lo all purls of  Orc.il Mi'itmn nnd In;lfin<l, mul at spccinlly low  rules to .ill p,u-N of   t,hc Kuropcun coiiLuiciit  Apply to iieure^L rullwiiy or steainsliipiigeiiL 01  T.   W. BRA.D3HAW, Agont.   Ro olstoko  W. P. F   CUMMINOS,    Pacliic   Affont  K mECI3TCHeo  .,  ~i "'."wnyii .u I"1 .���������,.������.,ts..  i.iui.u���������101- jeaiH  _it.li.is heen lhe lifi-jKiiiuri of inoro,Lhiin a niillioii  jii'1-.ons. II, is llie emlioiliiiienl of Llie liiylie-,1, law  known lo liniiiiin'hcionce. In il, is coiieeiiLrnleil Llio  I'Mieni-iH'o^of I lie Ki-culcst. scii'iilisl, cl lhe iitfe. - A  labor nl hive for lininiiiiily. ,      tx  Nn other ii-jenry Tin- lieallli lius so'iiiiiny'faiLlifnl  Ii-ioiiiN���������11 nil her ilcservi's so many.    ',  OXYDONORiiisdis new life into the sysloni; retjencr-  iiles, ri'ini ij,'or,iles anil vilati/.es every orfiiii into llie  ���������;^;;T' "--".'"���������'!"-- '������-������������������������ ������:������x  i.o X���������^!i������^S ^^VnWtir^ c,"-������for iu T,,cra'io"������ ���������<l!l"KC'::'  U-rKS"  .,    :      , ,        INFLAMMATORY  RHEUMATISM.  o"^S.iu"ftrTs"!SLr������ "<ls"uhil0l������">������������.  "'/������������t ������' ������'as enough lo induce liin,  toloUui  an.M^-ioin!"'wiMv "ri^lV/s^.ii,.?" 'yf'10'1' ������f..'''"'""iftory .heumatiH.,,.   Sl.o could not walb  .inii IICI.IOIHI.S wcie nnicli swollen,   bho apiilied Oxydonoi-. nnd before niirhL lhe imin had  SuM.' ii'l silmh r'^'.jll.hf^ IV 7Jf '"i^ s,VBlI,!W- nl"1   sl.o'i������ul.lwn"k''M well1'   "ev^  and Millerwl"Uiinili,." h    Oxydonor, and was under a doclor's care  fora month.  " IL lias cuieit 1110 of 11 severe cold."  BEWARE OF DANGEROUS AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS  I he Bomim,. has the name of "Dr. ]f. Sanchefe Co.," plainly stamped on its metal p.irls.  Dp. H, SANCHE & Co, 2267 St. CATHERINE ST., MONTREAL;  cvrcsssncuarzx  .���������JJ"!*. HHTryjg-jg^jjj  If You Do Your Own hmw  v - o  it is all the more reason why you should  use only  THE  GROCERS  Dealers   in  FRUITS  W,I,  K'f.VDS  l\ .-K Wi  RiCKS! BRICKS!  Tin' lii-si Cloy in Olc.-iiMKiin V.illcy  Wi'll-liiii-iil liricks in l.ii^. nr Mn.ii  i|ii,inlilii's ;il,ii'.'isoniililc inii'c.s.  KXhKIMJV  Kinc'jK it TII,K CO  (>Jilj..I7 Kn.l.'il.y. H. <|.     '  TTSJE  Royal  roi^n  .They save both time and money.  Beldinc-'s  Silks  arc  tough   and  strong,  because  they are  pure silk.     That makes  them wear. , <*������*������  They   .sew   smoothly,    evenly���������      ^^&  ]   because tlicy arc free of kinks and      /f^^'-'  I   knots.   .   That    prevents   threads  breaking. .  You can do   MORE  work���������and  better work���������and do it  EASIER  -with Beldiug's Silks.  Every shade and tint for hand  and machine work.  Stores everywhere have BELDING'S SILKS.  11,-*'  . &  GRAND ACCORDIOI  [).  M ecahnics. Farmers,'Sportsmen  To liti.'il and .soften the skin und rc-  rn.'ivt! ki-lmsc, "il mill nml sUinfl, paint,  "nd (jiii-ih, otc, iisiv th.c "iMnstci* Mo-  chiuiic'o Fmi-Soup. Albert Tijilct, Son'p'  Co., imiimfiictitrerd.  And -jive U'tnppi-M for I'luniiiiiii.*'  UOYM. ClJfJWX SflA!' Imi nocfiini.  on the tii:irl:i't      Drop iih 11   caul   nnd  wi 11 111 iii yon a niitalognc illiHtrnt- I  iiiU th" l.fiinfifiil prumiiiniH wc ollur.    j  The Royal Soap Co., I  Vancouver; f{. C.  'Umiiedi  I lie Miirit.nr iMuoli'iriioH I'nro Tnr Honp hcnls 1  mul Hon.oiiH the skin, whilo promptly ctc-insim-1  il of Ki-oiiHo, nil, i-iihI,, ctoJ   ItiTOluablo  for 1110  t-liiuiloH, fiirmiii-s, HporUinon.   Kroo snmplu of  receiptor 2o. for postjigo.   Albort Toilet Sonp  to., mumifaotiirerH, Montrool. '  Would'nt you like a  to have out: of these GrandCoacert Accordions? We are giving them away absolutely fro������ to those who give us a small  amount of their time. We are determined  by our liberality to iotwdace our famona I  Good Hope Veactabte Pills into every '  home   1 hese Pilh, are aSjitendid Bemedy,  I?r S    v5Crk,?nd ^Pons conditions of  Uie Blood, Indigestion, Stomach Trouble  Constipation^ Weakness and all Wervoutl  ^>|^^^^^ Disorders. They are easily sold.  Send us  <fc ^^**i^al no money, just your name and address  w _ alli we will sand yoa Eta he Bo������. ������i  50c. sue.)   When we receive the money for the Pilli which wewillfenH  ITT^m^ aftCfrU haJe SOld 0le 8 boxes and ������^ed tteil to I  us we wil1 then promptly send you one of these Grand Concert Accor- '  [. dlen..  They have handsome ebonized case, 10 nickel keys, 2 stops, double  bellows, full rich tone, and will delight and satisfy you.'   OnTmethods  ���������re honest and we mean just what we say.    Don't mlfM thi. ohano.  Wrrte us to-day and be the first in your lriadity.        ' ehanoe.  GOOD HOPE REMEDY-Co.-D.pt. MONTREAL, CAN.  ,*   1  i  ������  ,IW  '������������������I  I T���������  t"'  t  KS 'A*  fy  *���������*.?���������,  MINING MATTERS  THE BIG BEND.  Standard  t  line Advertising That  Section.  h  Si  Expected Influx of Slocan  {Miners, j *  ���������   *   Mr.    Tomlinsoii,    the   well-known  mining man of New  Denver,   whs.  in  'the city Saturday with u view to look  ,  ing up mining investments in the JJig  - Bend.     Mr.' Tomlinsoii, says the hiii-  ���������*   ceasful development of  the  Stand,ird  mine . is   everywhere   attracting   attention   to'that countiy  and  lie ex-  '; poets to see a great, niigrntion to  Revelatokcfioni'Slociin, nt> ninny inin-  '   ing men   there  have nn eye  on   the  " Bend..' -' . .  Mr.   Tomlinsoii   lias    not    visited  '  Revelstoke for  some years,  nnd  was  " surprised at the-solid growth of the  city, 'which,''' lie * declared, was now  recognised as <u city 'that is sure to  grow nnd develop into a great commercial, lumbering,  mining, \uul  in-  _' dustrial centre..   ,Mr. Tomlinsoii  in-  "-tends moving here from New >Denver  in the spring.    ,  ���������t' As indicating tlie.interost taken in  the mining outlook' of the Dig Bond,  Dr. Barlow, of the Dominion' Ge'ologi-  "cal Survey, made exhaustive enquiries  - about tliat section  when , in   tlic' citj  Thursday.     He -was greatly impressed  /with the magiiiiicent samples of ore  ''fronr'the-Staiidard mine whicli-he saw  at the oflice of J. M. Scott,' sccretarv  'to the ,Prince Mining and 'Development Company,' and asked thatvsome  of^ these samples should be sent to him  at Ottawa..   '  BARREL PLUMB, CITY OF UKVHLSTOKE POWER PijA.NT.  price of .$19 per lliousand to the middle west ,will bif maintained nnd a  united effort ,mado 'lo1 secure the  Manitoba markets ' now held by  American manufacturers.  , DRIFTS."  Mr. Parks M. E., of the Bunker Hill  "and Sullivan mine in Idaho,examined  ' the Lanark mine nt Laurie last week  on l'clialf of Portland capitalists.   He  found the. trip   a   haid' ono "at'this  ,  season of the year.    .He is highly impressed with what he  saw and   heard  of the piospects  of British' Columbia  fiom a mining point of view and considers   the   mineral   outlook   of "this  .country has a great future.  The   owners   of   the   Rose-berry on  Carnes   Creek   intend   resuming de-  , velopment.in the spring.. J. Sweeney  -will probably be in charge.  ,-'   An, American zinc expert, .who  has  been examining'the  ziric .deposits of  "Vancouver'- Island,     expresses > disappointment that they a're not 'better  developed.    '       ..."..'- ,.  The  Gran by , smelter  is  making-n  "profit of $71*2,000"a"year."    ,  Gi P. WELLS, ,-  Seorotiii-y Mountain l.umliei men's .Association  Geo. _P. Wells, who has been appointed secretary of the' Mountain  Lumbermen's Association, is the elder,  son of W. C. Wells, of Palliser, 'and is'  one of the smartest men engaged -in  the lumber business inthe west. The  Mountain .Lumber Association can  look for good results from the appointment of Mr. Wells.  REVELSTOKE   ,  LUMBER CO.  fi  4  >'  I  ii  LUMBERING:  CHIPS.  ' K.   L.   Kin man   has   sold   out his  logging outfit at Three Valley   to the  Mundy Lumber Company.  ��������� A big lumber deal  is  on  in   which  Revelstoke parties are interested.  Minneapolis capitalists have bought  '43,000 acres  of  timber  lauds  at  the  -"���������coast and  propose erecting a mill of  capacity   between   forty and seventy  million feet a year.  S. Ii.   Bowman,   of   the   Bowman  Lumber Co., arrived tliis  week  bringing with him Mr. Rice,  of Louisiana,  -  who will be the millwright in   charge  of the new mill to  be erected  by the  company at Comaplix.     Mr. Bowman  intends to make this one of the largest  and best mills in tbe  interior  of  the  province, equipped with double cutting  band and gang saws.    Mr. Bowman is  , much pleased with his investments in  British  Columbia and  has  formed a  high opinion of this  country and  its  u     resources.     He   will   remain   in the  district some  time  looking after his  interests.     On   Monday   he and his  friends' went  out  to  see  the Mundy  Lumber   Company's   mill    at  Three  Valley, and Mr. Bowman says the mill  is one of the best equipped  and  laid  out he   has seen   and   reflects   great  credit on the management,     Coming  from   onc   of   the   most experienced  lumbermen in America, like Mr. Bowman,   this is  a high  compliment to  the Mundy Lumber Company.  Coast lumber prices have gone up  a dollar a thousand.  John Winters, of Frontcnac, Out.,  and one of the best known eastern  lumbermen, has taken an immense  logging contract for the Big Bend  Lumber Company. Mr. Winters intends returning cast to biing out a  foice of experienced lumbermen to  bundle his contract Mr. Winters will  probably make his headquarters at  Revelstoke.  The Big Bend Lumber Company  aie now cutting twenty million feet  of lumber a year and expect to shortly  incicase their output to thirty  millions.     ���������     ..,.���������'  At a . meeting'of delegates of the  Mountain and Coast Lumbermen's  Association at 'Vancouver prices of  rough lumber for the coming season  wcro   fixed,   It   is   stated   Mint   the  Work Started on the New Mill.  ' The construction of the Revelstoke  Lumber Company's new mill is of  great importance and everyone wishes  tlio energetic manager,,Mr. Lindmaik,  and,those associated with hini, all  success in their enterprise.  THIS LOGGING CAM!'. -  The company have about 50 men  employed at their logging camps,  where they aie getting out a supply, of  logs for' next* season's mill cut. The  Jordan camp is in charge of J. Nixon.  .the xnw MILL.  Work, was staited in edrnest this  week on the new mill. The site  selected is 200 yds. cast' of the old site  and has been chosen, so as'to take  advantage of the rocky hill at the cast  end of the Big Eddy, so as to utilise  this as a site for the burner. This  idea will add .immediately to the  safety of the mill from five as it will  effectually separate the burner from  the mill buildings, the distance between the burner and the mill buildings being 325 ft.  The work is progressing under  charge of Mr. Lindmark.' E. J. Stewart  is remaining as the company's mill  foreman, and C. E. Kendall, ^whq  is one of the best millwrights in the  Province, having built tho Kamloops  Lumber Co.'s mills at Enderby and  Kamloops, is entrusted with the construction of tlie new mill.  The foundations for the superstructure of the new mill are being  substantially built of concrete. The  engine room and boiler house will be  located in separate buildings, and  substantially built of biick, so that  they will be absolutely lire-proof.  These buildings will be separated by a  clear space of 1*1 ft. As a further precaution against fire the building will  be roofed with galvanised corrugated  iron.  The mill building will be 3Gxl2G ft.,  ancl the planer room will run oil" the  main mill building in the form L.  The planer building will be S1.\9S ft.  Each building will be two storeys in  height. It is intended to have the  mill leady for operation by April 1st  and the building will be rushrd ahead  in readiness for the installation of the  machinery, which will begin to arrive  next month. The mill will have  about the same capacity as the Arrowhead ./Lumber Company's mill at  Arrowhead, namely 125,000 feet a day,  running two shifts., ���������  A now building is being erected for  machine,  shop -ind  will  bo fitted up  coniplete"witli turning lathe and pinner.  Tho rtiacbine shop 'will lie operated by  water power till the mill plant'is  ready for operation.' &  The new mill plant" will include a  500 light dynamo with a, 50 li/.p.  engine to di.ive it. 30 men arc already  employcd'on construction'of the new  mill.       ,,      .-.''.,,'  'The company, hold <l-i square''miles  of t!ie,bcst' limber on the Columbia  River above Revelstoke. Tliis timber  is exceptionally well located, being all  on the frontage of the river, and all  within the! area' to which access is  already available regularly by, navigation. 'These timbe'r -limits'aggregate1, between 'five aiid-six hundred  million feet, and with tho increasing  demand'for timber they are rapidly  rising in value. - The, value of these  limits has also been much augmented  by the legislation secured lust session  giving permanence of title to these  holdings by extending the leases from'  one year to 10 years. These limits  were acquired before the active demand now experienced for timtier had  sprung up.        '  The operation';of tins mill jbneked  by such -extensive timber'- limits, ensuring a big supply of logs, for, many  years to come, is oi great value to the  city of Revelstoke and surrounding  district. "      -        ' -       "    . '  As an example of the popularity of  I the company with its employes, notwithstanding, the scarcity 'of labor,  the company's camps were filled with  the'number of'men lequired as soon  as it was known moii were wanted. ^  : _ MivJessop, who has been account-  ant'for the company for the past two  years, is remaining with 'them in his  former capacity. >'-  elude n building M0 ft..long and four  bloi-ics high. Tlio contiacts fur these  buildings are* expected to-close this  week.        .      '      ,     "  ,. ' ���������    .' ,  The contractors for the new C. P. It.  station- at, Revelstoke  will  complete  their  con ti act' next '-week   and .the  offices   will1 then   be prepared for re  ception   of,  tlieir several 'stalls, who  hope  to   be, domiciled  in, their  new'  qu.utei-s by Nov. 2lst:*     A   first-class  steam heating plant is now being  in-j  stalled in the station.   'The track for  the main line is being laid in position  in-front of the new station, and'a line  will be laid by which the south   train  will pull into'the  north' side of  the  platform/backing  in' from" the  Mc-  Kenzie Avenue'end.8 '     r *   '* .  I '��������� A   .  The Grand Trunk Pacific offers a  prize of $250 for suggestion,of a- name  of Indian origin to ,be approved for  their Pacific terminus..   ..      "/  TlieC. P. It. .is"laying heavy  between' Calgary and ,Laggan.  The Hark \^ ol QuaRty,  Frosty, snowy or sloppy weather means cold, wet  feet, chilblains and misery, unless your feet are projected by <|U!g$^$, Lumberman's and Boots.  , Weather and waterproof, comfortable, arid made to  stand any- wear.    All styles.    ' ' t   ��������� ,  "The mark of quality" on the genuine    ������  . ' ���������*>  ���������jMiiK!g#!'iji  Owing to the large'increase in  our Mal:ery Businc-s we hare been  obliged to do away with'all old-  time, methods and instal 'new  machinery of the latest type,  which places us in a position to  cope with any like concern in,the  province.   Call.and Inspect Our Goods.  A .Swell Assortment to Choose'  From. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  steel  RIVER1 IMPROVEMENTS.  , The Dominion . Government are  pushing,on the construction of the  groin to throw the river into' the  channel started for it by the dredge.  The groiii will be' about OOOJt. long  and will be* built of piling,, filled in  with rock work. There arc about 20  Wen employed on the job, tha carrying out of which has been * entrusted  to the supervision of D. Bale,' of East  Kootenay, who is one^ of the most experienced men in the interior at- that  class, of work. t  PICTURESQUE REVELSTOKE.  t      ~ t  , "  A'portfolio of illustrations of the Cily of ' Revelstoke and  surrounding^ district.   The-, publication . is [ printed  on   Photo*  .Book Paper Iind contains over 100 of thc'choicesvt''scenic, mining,,'  lumbering, railroading and otlio/ views, oftthe ".Wonderland of  ��������� America," the Mountains of Bn'tish-Columbia;- with,a letterpress  description of 'tho principal features, industries and resources of  .the district." . ,   ^    .-,j. . j.,.. ���������    .*    .  .   ' Price $1.00.    At all 6lationcrs and News Dealers or from the  ^Publishers. '  r ,-   '       -        '   ' .,' <���������   ���������  '���������. t  THE   KObTENAY'jMAIL    -  REVElISTOKE, B.' C.  RAIL AND STEAMER.  The C. P. R. have starte'd laying a  second -track between Government  Road and the yard on the south side  of the main line. This will make two  ttacks to be crossed to get to the  station by the Campbell Avenue and  ftfcKotizie Avenue crossings. ' The  object of the new track is to facilitate  switching at the yard without blocking  tho main line.  S. C. Sykes, sleeping-car agent at  Vancouver, is made assistant superin-  tendcnt���������of tlie service in charge of  Pacific Division. The juiisdiction of  \Y. Dell, superintendent at Winnipeg,  lias been extended to tlie Pacific coast.  A representative is to be appointed at  Cranbrook and another at Laggan.  Robert .Brown, a C. P. R. employee,  was struck by an engine in the yard  at Kamloops. - JJis right foot *\as cut  oil'and a compound fracture of'the  right thigh also sustained.  Chris Bouine and J. Jlerchmer returned to Kamloops on Sunday from  Winnipeg, where they wcie in conference with C. P. R. officials with  respect to the trainmen's new schedule.  Mr. Bourne was the recipient of an  address and a handsome pipe from the  other representatives of the 15. of R.  T. in lecoguition of his services as  secretary.  Conductor Urquhart, who represented the local brotherhoods on the  conference at Winnipeg, has returned  Tt is understood the conductors and  trainmen get an all-round rise as the  result.  Jim Hill has secured a chaiter to  build the Great Xotthein to Hudson  bay and will build through I'ortagc  La Prairie into Edmonton.  The many friends of T. More, formerly of Revelstoke, will be glad to  learn that he has heen appointed  Chief Dc?patcher at Vancouver during the absence of Mr. Stevens, who is  acting as Superintendent at Revelstoke (luring the absence of Supt.  Kilpatrick.  The C. P. R. intend making immense additions to their hotels at  Glacier and Lake Louise to accommodate the tourist traffic. The additions  at Glacier include two buildings,  120 and 80ft in length respectively, and  further alterations and improvements  will be inade to existing buildings.  The additions at Lake Louise will in-  The Ideals of a  Great Musician:  It ismo-it interesting to hear recounted  the life liis'oty ot a gieat musician : one'  who has been boi n and brought up  among the giants of the musical world :  who cannot but have'absorbed a large ���������  portion of their genius. Herr August  Wilhchnj, who is a recent addition to  Toronto's list of music aitists, tells just  such a story���������lioru in Wiestabeu, Germany, the son of the,great English  violinist, teachei and specialist of the  same name ��������� the favored pupil of  Uordogni in Paris aud a pupil and friend  of such masters as Meyerbeer, Chopin,  T.iszt, Gounod, he speaks of Schnman,  Rubinstein .and Wagner as people with  whom he and bis family wcie on greater  term of intimacy. ,  ' That such au artist as Williclmi should  have ideals lcg.irding pianos is only  natural as he is familiar with all the  German, English, American and other  makes. ' What he says, therefore, in  regard to the New Scale Williams Pianos  has additional force, especially -when he  speaks of it as ideal as an accompaniment to the voice. ,  The New Scale Williams Piano is  recognized as the latest product of  musical genius, the gieater piano of  Canadian make, but the Williams Piano  Company can well afford to regard Herr  Wilhehnj's high opinion as a crowning  reward of their painstaking efforts to  make the New Scale Willrtms-ihe very  best possible. l  Herr Wilhelmj writes as foQoqra:���������  " Permit me to cemgratjdate you on  your great acl i ievement in the production  of the New Scale Williams Piano.   As  an  accompaniment to the voice, it is  ��������� imply ideal.    The  Scale is even and  balanced   throughout with a tone tull  an 1 round, possessing a superior singing ci-.iality.   Yours  very sincerely,  August Williclmi.  Revelstoke Jnsuuince C  No Poison in Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy.  - , Prom Napier, New Zealand, Herald,  Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of  New South Wales, Australia, had an  anahsis made of all the cough medicines that wcie sold'in thai market.  Out of the cntiie list they found only  one that they^ declared was entirely  fieo from.'allrpoisons. This exception  was Chambei Iain's Cough Remedy,  made by the Chamberlain Medicine  Company, Des Moiiie's, Iowa, U. S. A.  ,The absence of all'narcotics make this  remedy the safest and best that c'im be  had; and it' is ' with a feeling 'of security that any,mother can gheit. to  her little ones. Chamberlain's Cough  'Remedy is especially,recommended by  its miikois'for-coughs, coldsjcioup and  whooping cough. .This remedy is for  ���������jiile by all druggists. , ,  LAND NOT IC lii  VTOTICK IS IIKHKIIV (1IVHN Llml m\I}  1> iliij'h lifter 'lull* no inli'iiil In apply In lliu  linn. Ihu Cliluf CoiiunKiimirr of l���������miN mul  W'oi'ki for put mission lo piiiulnihulliu lolluwiiiL;  ilu-cnlicrl luiid-4-iiLii.ile in lliu ItuwMutu DhT  -,iui. nf Went Kooluimy District. CnniiiiuiiuliiK  ill, n post riliinluil on thu Knsl lUnk uf I lie  C'uliiinljiii lii ver about, one half milt: inn I li nf  llie iimiitli of C.-ii-ni's Ciuui;, anil iimila-il "I* 11.  ic 1). Cii. tilil. I.>\ S. W. Ccirnur," lliuiira* Knsl  lixly chums. IIil'iico N'oilli eighty (sIiiuiih,  tliuiice Woil sixty uliiiiiiH liu lln1 Minui iiiiiiu nr  li^s lo tlio Ksiil Ituiik of I'oliiinliia llinr,  lliiinuu follouiiiK lliu iih.'iukIciiiiks of tin:  Columbia Hiv-ur in a southerly diicclion lo lhe  point of c-oiiiiiicnuuniciil, containing l,sn acios  iiioio or loss.  D.'itcil lhis2'Jtli d.iv of SoiiU'iiihi-r, A.U. I!'"*!  Tub I'ki.s'u. Minimi ic I>i.vi:i.oi\mi m-  COMIMN'T, LlMllhll I.IAIIII.I'IV.  'iVI Due. ������)  SM. J, Henry's <  Nurseries and Greenhouses  yOlO Westminster Road,, '"     ,  VANCOUVER,' '-  'B. O.'.  iMilin Nursery for Fruit' Stock���������South  Vancouver,- om* milu south of city.  Branches ,-it Victoria and Matsqni for  Seeds ,ind_ Nursery Stork gi owing.  Ijxlrii I.tige planting for Fall delivery.  One year apple, *1 to 0 teet, $10 to .$12  por 100; apple; 2, 3 and I years old, .$1S  In $20 per 100; M.aynaid Plum $1 each'.  'L.irgi-' impoiliitinn of Bulbs from  Japan, Holland and France. . ���������'    <  Ifixtrti nice choice ot Cherry, Peach,  Plum,- Apricots, etc., now growing for  fall ordeib. No expense,- loss'or delay  of fumigation of inspection.  "Let. me price youi list he'.'ore placing  your order. 'Catalogue free.' Green-  louso Plan lb, Floral Work, Bee Sup-  lilies, Fruit packages, Fei tilizers,'etc.  U.ii'dcii, Field and Flower Seeds in  season. , ->  1 M. .J. HENRY,  IIOIU Westnuntlcr Ito.ul. Vancouver,.  MOVED  riJE  UNION HOTEL AND  ��������� RESTAURANT.  Mitts. R. ID. McKittiuck  Banquets, Theatre Parties ancl  Private Supperf. a specialty.  .^fl  Wood's EhoBjiheaiae,  )\S    J)     The Great Knglteli Remedy.  A positive euro for all forms of  . ._   _  _    Soxual WciknosB, Mental and  HKHifiBAMi AiTEii Bi-.iiii Worry. Emissions, Sjkt-  mntorrlioca, Impotcncu. lOllc'cta of Abuso or  liXucss, all.of winch load to Consumption,  Inlirmily, Insanity and an early grave. Price  SI per pkff., hix for ?j. One will plo.i.-e, ������bc will  cure. SoldbyallilruBfrista or mailed in plain  D.icknfjoon receipt of price. Write forl'amplilet.  Tho Wood Medicine Co., Wimlaor, Ontario.  0..M/..-.1S    Oi''    REGULATIONS    GOY-  liii.M.MJ   TllJi   UlsSl/OSAL,, OF-DU-  -IIIMU--N       ���������L.AJS'JJS       Wi'i'lliJN  ���������   TjlLL.  lUILttAl    iii^UX   IN   THIS    WIOV-"  '  1MJU  OF  liillTISIl C'OUUilliL<*>..  A  j^iuWAali  lo em ilniuur cau  l������o ac-  .luii^u   oiny   ai   public   competition.     A',  kjiiliiI  ol   ������o  jiur  s.juaie  mile  ia   cllurKuc  foi   .il!  uuibcr Ijei-ius except iliobu auu-  .uiiu Meal oi' i .ilu lur'wlilch llie lenlal U>  il ...e iiiiu.uf u cin.b,j.ci due iter annum.  iu  ;tcK.illi)li   m   U.e   .e.ilar,   uuc-i  al   llie  luuowint' i-.it--*. am eluitud:���������  ���������miui   uiliib^r,   jj   ceuib .per   thousand ,  icul   U.M. , '  _.u..,.o lies,' C-lb'ht and nine feet lony,  I i-j aim i j-l etllli. eacii. ������  .....iifaie Uotl^, 2j icnlb a cord.  All  uluet-  juouueib,   o  per  cent  on   lhe  aales. ,  '' A license is issued so soon as a liei ih  .b Kl.uuuU,   uui  in  surveyed  leirilury   no ,  uiiiuei   un   ue cul  on  a'oerlli  until  inu    ,  .innaLc mis niauc a aui \ l'i   uiui^ul.  x-^iniiiA Lu cut tuooui aie also planted  at. puuue cuiiipuiiiion, except ,111 me caau  ot actual seiucia, 'wno icituue tue mn-  A,^t   101, .iic-u  own use. .    '.  .-aeilieis   and   oilieis   may   also ,obtain  IKi inns 10 cut up to 100 coids ot wood lor ���������  aa,,.   nullum   Hjjiniieuuon.  uie uucs jjayaoic uudei ,a pcuuit are  ,-  ci.ju jjei   iiious-and.leei li.il., tor square  >i..nijcr   aim   iawiofs   olvany   wood   ������-  cu-pt oak; iruin 1-i to 1 1-2 ceiils per lineal    ,  looi^lui-  building lui;s;riioiii Li t-i 10 ������>  cunts per cold 101   wood, 1 ceiil lor It nee  pusta;  o  ceiils  lor  i-anway  lies;   and  50   .  ceius Per Curd foi  sinnfe'lc bolls. '  Leases lor irra^inji-.puiposes are issued  ������01   a   toi in   ol'   iweuty-oiio  yeaaa,   ai   a*'  rental 01 two ceius per acre per amnun.  Voal   lanuja   may   bu   pui-uliaoed   at   J1V    ,  pej, acie tor aoit.coal and jau for aatUra-   -. i  cue.    .sot  moie   tliau  iM acies  may  be  ..injuiuu  uj   one individual or  company..  Uojaliy at tlie tale 01 lu'cenla .ptavlon   '  01  mm pouuds'is  COlltoClcU,011   UiotiObi,- '  ouipul.  lLiuncs for' land for aguculiural purpurea may be made peisouaily at lbe local lunu omce 101 me district in wincti  tne laud to be lah.cn up is situated, or  il Uie iiomesicaue! desiies, be mi), on  app.icauuu to lliu Minister of tne interior  at uLlanu, uie c.-oiiimis^ionei- ol liumi������i-u-  lion(aL Winnipeg, or tbe local atjeui lor \  ihu' o,i���������,u, iViinin which lhe land is1  nuu.ut.-u, ic-ceivu auUioiily lor some one  10 n.aKe eiitiy  lor nun.  A leu oi ������J.'J  is unaided for homestead'.  eiiti> .  A selller who has lucedved an entry tor    * (  a  noiuesicau,   lb   icijuiiud  to puiloim  me  coiiuitiuiis connecied Uierewlin unuer onu  iSl -Uie  ioiiowiiik:  plans:���������  Uj .-.i least six iuuutiis: lesidence upon  aim cultivation 01  me, laud in eo������h year ���������  uiiijnj; 1110 term of mree jeais.  '  il is tue piaoiice'of tbe ueparuueut 10  -  re.iune a setuer to nrinjj la acres  under  ciiimanon, but if lie pruiers be may suu-  stnutc siock; and M Head 01 came, to be  actually ins owu piopeiiy, witu uuilduitfa   ' ,  1 or uiur aceouiuiooaiiou, will De required  instead  01  cultivation.  (i) il tiie latbei- ior mother, if  tbe ������a-_ <������������������  tlici   is  ueceasedj   01   any  person   wno  is     ,  eii������,ioie 10 mu.*������e a nomestuad entry   under*'  the  pioiisious  ot   lbe  Act,  resoles   upon  a  lanu  in   tbe  vicinity  01  lbe  laud  en--  'tcied'ior uy such person as a nomesieau, 1  uie  leiiun-eiiienti  of the Aci as  to  residence piior  10 obtaining pateni^may  bo   ,  satisueu by such person res-idint,-, witn.tbo  laibei or mother.      '    ,  13J If   the   settler 'lias .bis   permanent   - - '  res-idence   upon   tanning  land  owned   by  him 111* ilie vicinity of hia -Homestead, the  lequneinenls  01  the Act aa to residence ,  may  be salisued   by" residence  upon  the  said   land.      ,  ��������� Application for pateni should be made -  at uie end ot three > ears before Uie local  ajjeni, sub-agent or a homestead inspector. , ,        1  liefoie making application for a patent,  the settler must give six mouths* notice  In writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands al Ottawa, of his Intention  to do so. '  TV.  W.  CORY, '     '  ,' Deputy Minister of the Interior.  Ottav-a, Februray 14th, 1906. .    '  Halcyon Hot Springs  ,' ^Tabniiavium.,.  under tho new management of  H.vnit.\-   McI.vtosii,   Hoirrain   House  Rossland.  DATFMTQ Trademark.,  ***r\  I   CIN   I   O    and Copyrights  * obtained in all countries'. > '  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Alcclianicul Attorney and Engineer.  Boom Ii, l.-|ilrllcld:illock, Granville St., near RO  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A |io������lc,iril uiii secure .111 eieniiiKappoint;  nienl   ten lho-,(. wlio ciiiinot call iliiriint tncdny  Herb. W. Edwards Injured.  Ilorli \Y. 'Kdwurds, of De=3 .Moines,  Iowa, {,'ota full on un icy walk Inst  wiiiter. *>|ii:tiniug his wri.<t and bruising hih knees. "The next d.iy," lie  snys, "they wore &o mre nnd stitl- I wns  fid-lid I would have to .slay in lied, but  I rubbed them well with Chnniber-  lin'a l'.iin Unliii, nnd nftcr a. few  iippliciitions nil soreness had dis-  iippeiired."    For snle by nil druggihts.  flUlE MEDICAL WATERS of Hal-  JL cyon nie the most cunilive in the  world. A perfect, natuinl remedy for  all Neivous and Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailuierjts  and Metallic Poisoninp;. A sure cure  for "Tliat Tired FeelinR." Special  rales on all boats and trains. Two  mails airive and depait every (Jay.  Telegra li couinunication with'- all  marts of the world.  Tkkms���������$12 to $1S per weekT   For  fin ther particulars apply to  HARRY McINTOSII  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrobu LaKe. 3, C.  WAH CHUNG'S  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  TIMBEKNOTECE  VTOTIK IB IIKItBIlY OIVKN Hint Unity  ������y days after (Into >ve liilriid (oiipply lo lliu  Hon. Clncf Coiiiinissioner ol IjiiikIk.ukI WiiiI<  for 11 Hpeeial license lo cut anil curry away  timber from the followiiiK (lescribeil IiuhIh  situate at or near tlie Slanuaril Hnsin, Hevel-  Htoke District. Coimiieiicint; al, a iwhI pliinlcd  about 1} niiles North of Standard Mine anil  marked "P. M. &���������!). Co., Lid. Lj-'hS. VV. Corner Post," thence north 1U0 cliainrf, llienee cast 10  chains, llienee south 100 chaiiiH, llienee west 10  cliaiiiM to place of commencement.  Doted 20th day of October, A. I). 1005.  ��������� ���������' PllI.VC.K MiNINO AND DUVKLOI'MENT  ���������'   '; COMI'ANY, LtMITBU LlAlltLITY.  251 Nov.25 Per C. J. Humous, Agont:  j  It sheuld be beme la tsittrl that  every c������ld watketw the longs, few-  era the vibUity and prapsrea the  eyiten for the mora lerisaa dl������-  emaea, unona; T7lrich are tb* two  greatest destraycra ������f hnmaoa life,  paemno-ala aaa (tonsmnftiaa.  '8  Cough Remedy  haa woo Ua great popularity hy ha  prompt cure* of this meat ecnuooa  ailment. R aid* -rrpecteratica*, relieves Ot* hmc* and opens tha  aecratiotaa, effoctinj a tpitdj and  permanent core. K eocntavrai.-tii  any tande&c-f tswax-i pmnmaada.  Prloa 25c, Urfia S4jw 5*c.  Crockery of all Kinds.  Plain and Fancy.  Best  makes of Japanese  and  China  Ware.  Splendid supply of Fresh  Vegetables from S. D.  Crowle's ranch.  TO PRINTERS  For' Sale on Easy Terms  One 12x10 Weslman & Baker Platen  Prij������s with power fittings.  One No. 1  Double Polheinus Print-1  erb Cabinet.  One licttis Space and Quad Case.  One Dick Mailer and Mailing  Type.  One Franklin hand Perforator.  One 2<J inch Lever Paper Cutter,  These goods are absolutely new, never  having been used.  Apply to  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  PUBLISHING CO. LTD.  Revektoke, B.Q. THE KOOTENAY MAIL
keep .a full supply o^ above
in ali colors.'   Also --
1 Brushes, Palette Boards,'
Mijdng Oils, Sketch-'
ing- Blocks
'and any other article you may
require for painting.. ' '
���      ,   REVELSTOKE, 11. 6.
' DIED,.
Simpson*���At Salmon Arm, li. C, on
OcL 25th, Dr. A." II.' Simpson, late
of Winnipeg.    Aged 37 years.   ���
Coi'ELAsn���At ��� Edinburgh;   Scotland,
' on Oct. 27th, Professor Copeland,
.Ph. D'. F. 'Ri 'a". S., F. R. S. E., father
, of R. R. Copeland, of Revelstoke.
Local and General.
���.-A- freight   train   ran   into  a  work
train in a tunnel near Heaver on Mon-
'   day. A S
The.Eva miiib.olennetl.up .fGOOO for
fche.inonth, IjioOOO, being saved   on .the
_ plates'nnd .flOOO of concentrates. ,
The C. P. R. have started  constrnc-
��� ,tion'of a" line  west'from   Midway   in
opposition to the Great Northern.
' F.* Gay man    has', purchased ' from
'Judge Sproat two lots  in   the   village
."settlement and intends planting tnein
out,in fruit trees.'        ,     ." ;
"- The ' net .city * taxes   for   the year
amount to 20\ mills against 2*0 A mills
for lust year or   tliree  mills less this
year. *--,���-
ii '
J. G. ^facdonald has purchased, lots
on   Eighth   Street   giving ' ISO , feel
. frontage on which lie intends erecting
a residence. -* ;
ii i,
E. C. Froiney has in haiuLtlic building of 'n .warehouse, on the spur for
Sibbald and   Field , for   coal   storage
ff, is undci-.-tnoil the l/iuricr (!nv-
(M'limont arii pieparoil to puss a 'vi.te
for the cre/Jtioii of a po��t ollice and
custom liDiii-e at lievelstoke, ,and uill
provide on tin* ei-liiiiatcs for the work
at the coming .session   of '1'ai lianient.,
The meeting 'of the cily council,
which 1-hoiilil 'have boon hold la-l
night, lapsed for want of a quorum,
only the Mayor. Aid. Field and Mo-
Lcod attcnilintr.
. Eugene Lcveque, of, Front. Street,
has a magnificent'collection of V.iic
coins, including sonic of rare antiquity and value. The collection
includes a specimen of the old English
spade guinea. '   ' ''  ,
As showing the activity in real
estate in the ,city the Revelstoke Insurance Agency rcpoit having sold
leal estate to 'the' value of 5}!10,000
within the past month.
ThoC.MVR; arc subdividing their
land between the city and the
Illccilliwaot into one, two and . O-acre
blocks, which will bo handled by
Sibbald and .Field, .tho Company's
land agents. , '
M.-.I. Henry, nurseryman, of Vancouver, received an order , from a
Revelstoke 'man for .strawberries but
ho forgot to sign liis name, and, Ah*.
Henry asks it be left at, tin'*, oflico.    *
Judge Sproat intendsercclingoflices
for the Kovelstoko Realty^ Company
on tho loi owned by' his company at
corner of Second' Street and Govern"
ment Road, opposite tlio'Post Oflico.'
��� The Rocky Mountain Rangers' will
have inspection pn Nov. 7t!i,' and aie
drilling'eveiy night in preparation.
The gymnasium at, the diill hall is
proving a'great attraction. A baseball outfit lias'been i-ccurcd so that
each evening'after drill baseball and
gymnasium practices are held. ,
A gang of men under J. JM. Kollic'is
doing river improvement work on ' the
west side of the'Columbia'River at
the upper end of the, canyon, aiid the
result will be to greatly improve the
river for navigation at that point.
The Western   Canadian   'Ranching
Rev C A. I'lociiiiici- went Miul.li
Tuesday mnniing lo attend the
executive mectinu; of iJiuci'M* of Kootenay held in Nelson on the i'l th.
Cl. A. Stewart C. K., Lit her oT, Mr?'.
W. W Foster, has' inmed fiom ,Cal-
garv (o Ri.\el,st(ike and will make his
home in the city.
J.'Tail, who* is inlcre&tr-cl in *the
American Hydraulic Company operating on French Greek, arrived in ' the
city this week on business ,connected
wit h the company.
Mr. Schonmuaker, vicc-piesident of
the iMiniily 'Ltuubei Company, has
anived, to take* ch.iige of the company's mill at ,Tliree Valley during
the winti*r mouths. He .is accompanied by Mia. Schoonmaker.'
Albeit Jtos.s, formerly' of Sandon,
has- determined ,on taking? up his
lOoidcnce at Revelstoke 'and ��� has now
moved here-permanently. ,, Mr., Ross
is in p.irlnei-eliip with'J.G. Mncdonald
and was onc of the most, highly
esteemed business men of the  Slocan.
Aid. Field returned yesterday from
lis trip to*' Portland and other'coast
cities, lie was present at the closing
day of the Portland (exposition, when
Sli.OUO people woie'theie. At, Portland ho met .1. jV. .Monteith, formerly
of Revelstoke, who has gone into the
���leal estate bu-ines.s ihero.
Selkirk Lodge. No. 12,1. 0. 0. F.
���'��� ,   ', NOTICE' , '
The above Lodge havo changed
their Hireling place to the Odd Fellows
Hall and will meet every Thursday
evening instead of Tuesday.
',   ', ,      J! Matiiii:,
, Secy.
The Hospital Hal I will be held undei (ho auspices of the Ladies Auxiliary
on Nov. 23rd, The airangements
have never been so complete fo'ensure
an enjoyable social function.
��� .W A J\T T E D ���
E. JHcGaghran & Co.
Fruits   and  Confectionery
Tobacco, Pipes and Cigars
Tatent Medicines!    Plain and   Fancy
Soaps.   -Books and Stationery.
Billiard and-Pool Room in
WANT13IJ-By Chicago wholesale,
house, special ii-pu-sentative for
'mcIi proviiici' in Canada. Salary
$20(10 and expenses paid weekly.
lC\|)ens*e, money advanced.', Busin'i'S.s
siiccessi'iil; position pei ma'nent. ,Nu
investment ivipiired! ' Previous-^experience not. essential In engaging.���
Adih-i-ss (ienei-al .Managei-, JM2 Lake
Silvei, Cliif.-iirn, III., l/.S A. ��
22(inei!) '  ,
work.-      , ,  ���
Maedonald, Revelstoke.
WANTKD���fi IHI j fni^eneral house
work.���Apply'   to'-Mrs.   J.   O
help   in   piivate family,   or1
Business Locals.
>   MHifcaiy. Hair Brushoh from .fil .IO to
$7.00 at'the Red Cros-. o      ; A
' * Clark's Pork and Beans, y
Relished by all. The finest pea fed
poik and homegrown beans���whole-
some and ni.unshim;. ' *
Rifles, Shot Guns and Ammunilion
at Ronnie Bros.   ' ''",.'
An immen'se'stock of .Linoleums at
Jlowson's Fin nit nie Stoic; to select
from-.    , '" ' t>'
While there, is life there is always
hope for the concern that, advertises
judiciously, especially for theadve.Ytis<*r
who uses the Koiirn.vw Mail
For Sale���A 1001b Dayton Computing Scale.    Apply Hotline 13: os:'
���     ,_    .      _ ,. b       A flat of, furnished   rooms   to   rent!
company  has purchased   full 'control jAPP'-V -'oh" ''������ Wood.,
of'the 15. O'  Miiikct  Co.',   Ltd.- '   The       Lot >'"'"'  fl'ion(,s in pther parts isee
something of youi-diMiicl by seiulmg
them      "Picliire.--quo      .Revelstoke"
ANTKI-)���Siiual ion   as   genera
11 "..
waili-ess   or   chanibei'inaid   in  Hotel
Apply at   the
'   "    201 ,.
Revelstoke   piefen ed..
Kiioteuay Mail Ollice.
ANTIOD-By Chiivigo .Manufac-
t.iit-iii.*? House, p'erson 'of,ti-iist-
wiulliiness ,-tiul somewhat lamiliai'
��ilh local' territory, as assistant in
liianch (iHk-i*. Salary tf!S paid weekly.
Permanent, po-ilinii.' No investment
n (pined. Previous- experience not
essential io engaging. Address, jM.i'ii-
.ig.'i* Branches, Ccuim Bluuk.' Chicium.
2UI   ' �� ., '   .
Bevolstoke Restaurant
'. , Mrs.' IJ. J. J la. i bury 'M'.anngress.'   .
F    t-Class'Table.   ,   -.   '
Private Dining Boxes.
,   ,   '    liiirffo JDiiiiiiKrooin loi  ,     ���   ,
JJ,iti<[Uotn, Suppors, etc. '
Furnished Rooms To Let.
'One man with .lilOO.OO does not cut much
ice in this world of rustle and .bustle.
But 200 men co-operating with $100.00 each ($20,000.00) can get'a chance to
compete for some of the prizes tliat now only the capitalists are able to grasp
Want  200   men with from,.$50.60   to   $106.00 each-'to'help,
compete for some of Lhe profits that are paid out daily by the
Great; West, for. die  products   of   Manufacturing   concerns
y To Trappers
Raw Purs 'Bought
; ' - ,:Oash Prices'Paia
F.   B.    WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
Mcn.'s Storm Rubber, ..   ..  .   Ordinary $i.ob,'now S^cent's
Manl.les.-vShelving, '  Sl'i mi D< or
VX^ANTKIJ-A   HOV   for   IVintin
,M ml Ollice.
Hanching company is backed hy Bntr-
liah   capiliil,   represented    in 'I.ritish
Columbia by C. A. Holland aiid ,1.   i).
Prentice, and own extensive  slock* fn-
tciesta    in    Chilcooten,   Ashcroft and
Ix'amloops diatricts.'
-' It   i.s   not   generally   known    that,
giapcs  will   grow   well   nut doors   in
Revelstoke, but P.   Peterson   has' two
grape-vines   that    during'., the   past
season yielded excellent crops and the
grapes ripened well.   Theie is'no more
Price $ I
A, new shipment  of Carpel  Sipiares
at, lloivson's Furniture Store. .
, UKI5S.S\I.\lx'IN(i���Mrs ,Lee is, prepared lo dn diessniaking .mil plain
sewing at her residence on Fourth St.
The owner of ajiey found on Mc-
l\"en*/.ie' Aveiiuo can, have same on-
paying cost of this .'idverliucnieut  ' '
Take Hold���Get a Good Grip
and Pull. ���   *  -
,      .< . . ,'1*1'* whole  earth   ii vour'field���it's
The size of the warehouse is 30-x-yO  ft. | '"soioiis fruit than the grape, and   the  full of business  but you. must   know
faclahat it can'* be successfully grown I l,0'v to "pull" for it.    There's hut, one
way for an   adveriitci���a   direct   talk
B. A. i\fosci*op,   C.  1\  li.  engineer,
has purchased from Sibbald and Field
lots 17, IS and 19, iii block -10, and
intends building a residence 'thereon.
J. A. Stone, has one of the piettiest
honies in-the city, the richly berried
row,of   ash   trees 'giving   it a lovely
appearance'at this season of the year,
We regiet  10   have  lo   record - the
death at Salmon   Arm   on   iMondayof
Br,   Simpson,   son-in-lawj of   G.    A.
Stewart, C.E.,  and   brother-in-law of
W. \V. Foster of this city.
Dr. J. ^O'Doiioghuc, who has in
hand tlie fixing of the fair wage
Echedules under Dominion Government contracts, was in the city Saturday. ,  .  ,
Sibbald and 'Field this week sold
two lots opposite the site of the ' Y. M.
C. A. building on First Street fur $600
cash and closed several otlier real
estate transactions during the week.
This morning R. R. Copeland received a cable message announcing
the death at Edinburgh of his father,
Professor Copeland, the celebrated
British astronomer.
New Goods
Are arriving cverv dav. No
old stock left, so come in
and keep posted on
the new stuff.
Import Brushes
here in   .MHilarys, Ladies
&c.  All of the latest.
Back Combs
e have the newest ancl most
up-to date,
A dozen new odors have
arrived.    They arc
simply exquisite.
if doors here should   induce   mainour residents to plant,.the vines.
Geo. Goldsmith, of, Camborne, who
was iii (he city last week, icports
things looking well on Fish Creek.
The iMammoth, F.v.i, Oyster-Criterion
and Beatrice will work all winter. M.
Beaton and E. Hillman have s'artod
a big logging camp at Beaton and the
Arrowhead Lumber Company have
also started up their loghing camp
In the,fruit department of the Dominion Fair there was a small- collection . of Alexander apples from the
farm of II. F. Hay, Revelstoke. The
Columbian remarks' on the exhibit:
"To the ordinary observer they might
not have appeared as anything extra.
The apples are really, excellent fruit
but the chief point of interest is that
they come from Kevelsfcqke which has
not been considered a fruit growing
sectii.ti of the province." ���
P. Burns and Co, Ltd., are handling
an immense business in Canada at
tlie present time. They have the contracts for the meat supplies for the
following .big railway contract" :
Nicola to SpunceS -Budge, Aluluav-
Vernon, Grand Trunk Pacific from
Lake Smpei ior to Winnipeg, Foley
Bros, and L.n-sen, ilinible-fim-king the
C. P. K. from Lake Superior tu Winnipeg, Vakh to dp.ik.me, nnd Toronto
to Sudbury. K. McCartyi-. at present
located at dpenee's Bridge looking
after the contract for the Xic-t.ln-
ap'*nci.'? Bridge Mipply.
on papei. WISK -business firms mil
more money in the pieparation of
their advertising copy and less -in
experience and they'ie doing ' the
business today.^ Advertise in the
Kootfnay Mail.
School Boy Lunches.
Clark s Beef Loaf sliced and made
into sandwiches makes a nourishing
wholesome lunch for school children"".
Try ii���but get Clark's.
IC. J. Bourne announces ;n another
column a clearing sale of rubbers at
It will interest yon to look over
irowson'.- large stock of Furniture
before, furni-hing
Get a copy of "Pictureffpie Revelstoke" 10 send to your friends.
Price .-? I.
S. McMahr.n has'addfd a rip saw
operated by water power to hi- manufacturing plant.
Sawyer Bro.-'. .-ash and door f.c'nrv
ha= had a very busy season and i�� still
rushed ["-.a orders..
Try the now perfumes at the Bed
Cross. , -. -\ 1
Thrwe Back Combs at the B. d Cro--!
Ar ''''J'** alluril.it <���.'���� inlunil lon.i.ily tu | hu
Unull oiiiiiii-.sionci of LiuiiImiwI Works Tor a
-puclal lu'ciiMi Lo <:nl, usiil cu-iv nw.iy liiiiliur
li-uiii llie iDllunliiKflu^ci ilii'd l.uiils:
'" ��� '    No. I.
I'niiiiiiuiiciiiK at a l��i-l, planlfil live cliuins
nun. lliu WU-.1 -I101 <i ol IJiipui-.\1111w L.i'.o iic.-ir
Cipliiiii Sanileisun'-, Ciliin ami .1I1011I siv miios
liom Armwlii'iul .uui markcil '��� |] K llonil
laiinlier Coiiiikiiij's Snul liuu-l Corner I'osi;"
lliinuu noi'lli lliu c-li.iins, llionce wcsl, Klcliiiiim.
I liuncu -oulli Hill cli.iin-,, I liuncii im^I, IU chains to
point oruoiiiiiioiicuinunl.
'     No. 2. I    ,
CoiniiiunuiiiK ni, .1 posl, .llnnluil lire chains
li-ont I lie wusl shore ol Upper Anow l.al.-c lieu-
t apl.iin Saiulcrsoii'.s ciiliin .nut uliont, -i\ miles
Hutu ���.i-iou-lii-uil anil inai-ki'ii " Hii,' Hi>m| lann-
lii-rl'oniii.Liiy's Noilhcasl, Coi-nur I'osl." Lhctici'
lUli liaiiissoiitli nloitj,' llio i.iki> shoii", llmiice
��usl* 10 chains, tlicncu 11011I1 Kill cliuins, (honco
c.isl 10 chains lo poinl ol coiiiinriKciiiunl.
Ucloljur III, l!H*.J. ���      -' ,    *���
���  ' No. X '
l'oiiitiicni'iia.':il ,1 posl, pl.inlcil iilioiil.onu mile
casi, li-oni Ciilninliia Hivur iiml ahoin one mile
Jioi-lli liom Hojil's l.'iineli. nl Ihu soiillic.-isi,
ciinif-i-ol* P. Auruii's noi'lh limil, mul inni'k-cil
** HiK Hund hinnlicr ('(iiii|).iiiy's aonLlicast
( oilier Posl, Ihuncu noi'Lli lliu uliiiiiis, l.huiice
h t<l, III chains, llienee -out li lli'lcliaiiw, llienee
,1'iiM 10 chaiiw lo iinini ol conimcnoc-iiont.
October II, PJOi. , ...is
Jobbing Promptly Attended ,To
Youths' *''
eii'ild's ,"
\\{p men's"
I to-5,
II ,to 13
4 to" 10)^
Dirhftvti   f)   r^nnln^A '    Boys' 1" Buckle .^JieWi'St'J^ 'ii 'id k.
KicnardJ<. Copeland    youths   f- ��    iTioit
25 per cent.. ���?vtf> <Hve<����-afr^.\ r-^-Fv:
2F %0 33, " ^     f  IO,
���^hii-'K ,JJ ��� ats, llcady-made
Third Street R-isl.
. . licvelstoko
I have sliii'ted a permanent Wood
\ .-inl on Third .street. With my past,
experience I hope lo be in "a'position
to satisfy all reciuire nls of customers. Dry cordwood kept, in slnekwind
supplied.in any lentils,.-!!, reduced
prices lor cash. ,          < , %
������ '     ,      " -U. .SAMSON.    , '
Iflngagcmcnt's uccoplcil for At-
! lomes ifeo. , "Tlicory'' Lcksoiis . a
specialty.^ Studio  nt. ]\1 rs.   Hews
Second Street.    ,,'>''       '    (       ; '
 ' ' o.
With pleasure to come and inspect our*'new Stoves ���imlllanges.VA whole
car load lo pick from. ' ,We buy them by the' carload aiid give you the
hone/it in price. We carry always a complete stock of 'all kinds of 'Hardware, Shelf Hardware, Granite Ware, Tin Ware, ICnamel Ware,��� Cutlery',
Lamps Jt. eclne Supplies, Paints iind Oils, Kalsoniino, Brushes',' Brooms,
Onus, Jlifles, Ammunition, Fishing .Tackle,'STOVES 'AND KAtfGES.
-���r   ,        Ktirnish yoiir Kitchen with Our Goods and save money.'    --*-
.....Jj'i10-1-���,.      ''-O.-IloxISI. '    Mail Oi-iloi-s'i-ecuiveil proinplniiil curufnl attention.: ���
l'lunuiing^-Tinsniithiiig.. lOsliniatcs given.. Kcpair work of all kinds done'.'
baw MiJl,rLoggin^C.imp, and Lumbermeirs Supplies.     Carpenters Tools
Vf-OTICK IS, UBItKUY CilVKN' Uiat," lliiri v
-XI ilajb.'irici dale we intend lo apply lo U13
Clncf noniiiiissionur uf Lands and Works for ft
.special license to oiit,.,-iml'-ciin-y-awiij limbei
limn lliu folluttinn ilcscribod Iliads:'���
,    ,    . N'o. 1.     ,,
_(oininenciiiic nl a po-l plau'lcil 011 tlio went
-tile of tho north fork ol Kosthail (Jicek and
iibniil, two and one r.iiartur imlu-, atjovu Lliu
torl.s anil marked ** Ui-f llcml Unnljoi* Criin-
panj s Soulliu'CsL ('ornor I'osl," lhence 1101th
MHIulmiiis, tlicncu wisl 10 c-liiiin-; lliunuu ���oiil.li
lliu chains, thence oils', 10 cliiuns lo iinini, ol'
ciiiiiincin.euient. * , ,
N'o. 2.
Coiiiincncini;at a po-l pl.-intcil on the cusl
side of the noi-lli fork or l-'oslhull Cieek uhoiil
one nm! onc-lialf mile- above Ihu forks anil
market! "Hii; Huwl I.iiiiiIiim (Joniiiunv's S011II1-
"l*! i-oi-nci- |io-l.. I hence north. IliO uhniiw.
thence 111-L 10 chain-, lhence -011II1 It'll chains,
ih.-iice Ht-t III cii,un- to poinl, of inmiiio.noe-
Xo. .*!.
fomiiiuiiuiiiK'nl a pn-1 planlcd uhoiil one-half
mile fi-oni the west, hank ol (he 1101 th fork ol
(���<1-lh.1I! Cieek and about one nolo iihove tlie
toi-ks and lii.ii'kcil ���' HiK llund laiinbci- Coin-
pan.*. - i-oiitheast t'di-ni'i-. I'o-t," tlicnce north
Hi"! -.hiiin-. thencu ttc-t in ehiiin-, Llienee .soulh
Ml chain-, thence ca.-,t III chains to poinl of
cominenci-iiient.      '
Xn. I.
1 ommi'nciiiy.ita po-t plantcd.-iliotitone half
mile fiom the ��e.-t bunk of the noitli loi-k of
l-o-thall Creek nnd .-.bout four mile-, above the
.or'-- and m.ukcil "Hi's "oii'i l.uinber Com-
p.uij - Northern Corner l-*o-t." tlicnce we-t SO
chain-, thence south yj chains, thencu cist SO
uiiun-, thence north iO chains to point, of com-
Arro-\|i..ad. tt.C,
Oct  lii. 1-XJ-,. ,      - ��� 2.WH-I0
.. Wholcsiile and Retail \
Meat. foehant.,'
and Carpets
Fislv ancl   Game   in    Season
First St.,' Revelstoke. *
, ' hat. i*eo|ipiietl a
on AlclCcn'/.ie Avenue.
Open Day .and Night. First-Class Service
.1. O. .Moi^an'.s Barhci- Khop,
.lreiioauti.*. i   rIKoT STREb.!
Whenyo'i   'vant, anytliinp   now,mil   I1-nniv open.    01*1 CJiiMoniPrs and now
ii[i-to-d,ite call at. tlif   R'-d fjros- Drug   """   '' '     -...*---   ...      1.���.
.       E. W. B, Paget, Prop.
Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage*,
etc., to any part of the City.
Any Kind of Transferring
Undertaken.'   ���
, A Suitable Name Wanted, and.Prize Offered.
Thu .Tourist Association want un appropriate name for" tlie beautiful 'fall
mi iMght Mile Creek, and which they intend lo make an attractive   resort for
citucns and tourists.     Tho Mam. invites suggestions of a name for those falls'
and the .suggestions will he published in each .issue' till   Oct, .'list, when the
list will be closed. " , >
A popular vote will then be taken on the names suggested.
The prize will iio awarded to the lirat person suggesting 'the name receiving the largest, number of voles, Those suggesting names will please fill
in and return to this ollicu the attached coupon. , ,
Suggested name'of Ealls '
Name of person sending cstions
Date         '.   .
*i nm 1 n '
Social & Personal.
A- if   t.ikf- two to   Mi i'.i' a   1
yo.; n-ii^t  irl.ci ti-c   t 1  gi;t  tin
oiip   int.'i'i'-tnl,   ,md    tin-   Konit.VAY
JUir.   i��   tl)��*    l."-t    in- *1111 in   Uiriiiigh
which to inlcrc-'t the otliM*.
iJi-i'^-niakcH aiifl .ifi|,rciitic(-.i(   want
cd       Apply   to    Mi*-.  'lfii!<_'li, ��i>ct;ii'l
.'Iiini*, ('   fi   Hume Sr (Ui.
Ifcri'".- -i -nip' Tivn [11 jic-r- l-v the
pi ice in' one r't,r ")tl c*ul* tli" K'oot 1 -
vav Al mi, mul Family lici.ild iind
Weekly Star will be -crityf.n from ni.w
till .(.iiMiaiy Nt, I'.IOti liciiiit to M Mf.
The [\nori \ iv AImi, Kiti ilv H<-j-
ald iind Weekly Star ..f Mnntri ,il, f.'ir j
th<* iilii.li' of" the year |S!k; .(r���|,'
pi-cinium piciiiri- ''^iii'i'ii Al> \anflr.i, i
lifr -;i-ii,.il cl-iMrcn ,m<l dojr- ' nil! li< I
mail* il tu-nib-.f.rib'-rs remit (1 ri tc fi.'i.'i '
to K'fioTiv.iv M,\ir, ollice !
I'dn ili'pfiid nn icceiving the hep*,
aUcnti.in. Cuiripre^'-tfd air hai'di p��.
inu' aiifl in,i^'ijj*.  "i|iiipmeiil   iii^l.illeil.
Jas. 1, Woodrow,
R-Mail Dealer ln-^.naanss^-
I     Fish and Game in Season.  "���
I All nnlcr. (.'-(iiiip'l}' fill,.,),
If in want of
write for prices Lo
L. EL Griflaths
.    Malaicwa,
I!.   C.
Drug Company Limited
./.H.Taylor  h.i��   loft    for   Kngl.ind
and will h�� gone a law mould...
riupt. Is'ilpatnok is 111, Sirrnioi:,  (int.,
and i.- much better for In^ holiday.
('���. S'. AleCartc-r went to Trout   I.iikc
Monday, ictiirniiig Wednc^Liy
Mr.1-. ,1. AI. Hcott hii-.   i-eluriii (I from
an c.\letiili'd trip in tin: cn-ii,
The Kooky MouniainJ Kanger*i in
tend holding it dance *m the |7||,.
W. AI. Alel'liei-i-oii, pre-ident, nnd .]
Klliolt, general manager of AIoUdh
Bank an: in tho city today
W. li. Kfiberlhon leave.i the city the
end of.this month to spend the winter
011 bis ranch at Golden.
A surprise party was  tendered li-.v.l    A votlnx .....iitwi, fur l,nil!us fiol-l Wmnh In
W. C   Caldei- l.i- in..,,,!,,.,-.. ,.!   1.:, a i'l'if Uui  lJf.11iii.11   rialliiiliu  (Jliiirnli  will 111.I11,
. Kj. uiikkj  1,^  inemlierH HI   hi.s *;(,ii-l ,,|,.,:<! |��� S��:ltrirU fr.i.ll. "Vov.  I7l.li, IhiI.mi-.-.i Ml,:,
gregiltion Thlirsdiiv evening I .MiiKlmiiiii mill Mim Knox.   Oyulor Niiiipur will
b    b                             i oVLiillli,, I Iju rtorvcrl fmrnr...*��Uo B-30 o'clook Jli'Llie uvoiiIiik
v. ai 0. a   nciuMxr;
Teinler-' arc invited for I be ron-tnir*-
fioii of the building for th" V M '* \
at lt>vc)<.'nkr> l'lnti�� and ipecili".-!
fioiiH may be seen nt the A���oei 1 tion'-
roomi, iMek'eri'/iic Ave, *in ,inf| unci-
Alondny, October .'JOth Temlerv i-Ui-n
.Monday, November lith, at ,S p.rn.
2;"'Nn I I'l-'.titlent.
Wing* Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful -and ornamental
Klowi-r I'oIh
l/llllllellll MIiuiiIh
l.lllll'll  Mlllkl'lH
,   Hllk fliioilH.
r;oi,r> ki.sii
Kin. rl .im k (if riimlli-K anil frnlu In loivn.
Front  Street, Revelstoke
Ten ^ei'vlf'..'rt
I'llllll I'h.iim
Ifllll.lkei. h'.liln
Vun 11111 depi ml on i,, |,,,ui _..������,. iioim,,,.,
li I- i;i iinini mil, imi^liiii. or IIkhIIi,..
W'lll.I, .-tKA.HON'i;!)
Onler�� I. ft nl lie- I,n�� ii'ikii I|iiii|��,iip Slme,
iii'iii .-"mjllie-i "I i.Ijui cf. ,-ilnrii, prom pi ly
alt. Illlell In,
J. C. Hutchison,
Clocks !/ Clocks!
8-Diiy, Ifalf Hour   Strike,   for
Apt.00 only.     Limited   Number.
J. Guy Barber
I'er.sriiis reipiiring 11 supply of ice can
depend   on gelt.ini;  it promptly   fnun
Wholesale and Retail
...   .   Meat Merchants.
Head iOflace, Abattoir and Cold Storage :
��^pssB��^Oalgary, Alberta


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