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 -//  READ BY  3,750  PEQPLE.  THE OLD  ESTABLISHED  PAPER.  Vol. 9.-NO. 23.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SEPTEMBER ;V 1902.  $2.00 Per Year  \\  TAYLOR BLOCK,  MacKenzie Avenue,  ���������11,3'  i  a  I  i  I  i"  ^���������' ������//?/b/7 Made Goods  Boots, Shoes and Overalls  gUnion Made Hats,  Union ���������Made Clothing  H Men's Furnishings,  House Furnishings,  Carpets, Linoleums, Blinds,  Curtains and Dry Goods ||  LADIES DRESS GOODS  in Complete and  Excellent Variety  I  I  SOLI': AGI'LVl'S VOll  tl*  The Butterick,Patterns  f(R  AND Till-: FAMOUS  m  a  Empress " Shoe for Ladies.  MINING RECORDER  W. ��������������� McLaughlin Appointed.  W. E. McLaughlin, president 'of  the Conservative Association, and  recently checker at the C. P. K.  freight sheds, has been appointed  mining recorder at Revelstoke over  \V. D. Armstrong, who ������������������ has held  the position for some time, and was  entitled to it by reason of his having been some years in the service  and in> the course of which he fulfilled his, duties with the utmost  satisfaction to the public and the  government.  fMr. McLaughlin had many  friends who wished to, see him get  the position, but we don't consider  these appointments should go to  outsiders so long as (here lire men  in tlie service .capable" of filling  them, as such a policy is likely to  ead to tlie disorganisation of the  civil service and the ' lowering of  tbe standard. There is a strong  feeling in tbe city thai, Mr. Armstrong , has been most unfairly  (retted in this' 'matter by the  Minister of Mines, Jlon. Col. Prior,  by,'whom the new appointment has  been made.'   '���������  i  Mail  orders promptly and caref-illy"atlcnded lo.  '    ,     '      P. 0. Box 20S. '  Cw���������^ ^ _^ ^^^,.    _  CT-^,r   .__������  S   &   STEED,  General Merchants'.  Call and inspect our new stock of      .   ���������<    ��������� .  \ Shoes, Hosiery, Suspenders, Ties, Underwear, etc |  ?       All above lines are up-to-date goods it will pay you (o see ���������  \ ���������,   .     (hem before purchasing elsewhere.     We also carry  ) Trunks. Valises, Sweat Pads, Oil Coats, Oil Hats, Water-proof Sheets, etc  N. W. DEVELOPMENT CO.  Sawmill Ready for   Work���������Stamp  '    Mill Arrives.  II. Z. Rrcck, inanager for tbe  Northwest Development Company,  is pushing ahead the enterprises of  his company. The sawmill plant  is all in position and ready to start  work as soon as the, electric motor-  to drive the machinery .turns up.  The machinery for the 10-stamp  mill has arrived at Revelstoke and  M. Winslow was here yesterday lo  get a special wagon to'��������� handle it  from Comaplix. to the mine, one  piece weighing' seven ! tons. By  next month these stamps should be  pounding out gold.  GOLDEN.  and lSggs.  Weekly Shipments of Fresh Creamery Butler,  , Our Teas and1 Coffees are taking the lead���������try them.  MORRIS ,&   STEEB9'  Front, Street,,,    -   . _ Pnev.elstoke, B. 0.  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  Rooms in'Snilcs  and Cold Wafer  J. C.  villi Balks and   Toilets attached, flowing Hot-  Inside Tgilcts on each floor, Gas Lighted and  ���������.-.=*=*..������������������  Steam Heated Throughout.  GREENE, Proprietor,    , - ,    GOLDEN, B. C.  ' News of Progress.  V. C. Lang, mining recorder of  Golden, was in tlie city yesterday. Jle  reports good progress in that section.  Twelve carloads of mining machinery  and supplies are" at Golden station  waiting to go up the Columbia river  by steamer to "Wilmer. The mining  machinery consists of a compressor  plant I'M' the Kc'd Line...  Jt. fR. Bruce, manager of the Paradise, having received intimation from  Hum XV. C. Wells that the government  will aid the construction of aroad up  Spring Creek, is having the road laid  utl" and will start construction as soot-  as possib'e. The road will enahle ore  to he shipped from the Paradise mine  at a profit. .  The Laborers Cooperative Association, who are operating at Sicanrous,  Canyon Creek, and Ice Hiver, tire  putting in a smelter at Golden and  expect lo have it running by 'Christmas. They will also start a daily  newspaper-tit Golden.  % CLEARANCE SALE  of .Ladies. .Misses .ami  ' Hoys Clothing, etc..  Children's Booth and Shoes.  ^fafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafa^ii  fa  i  fa  fa  fa'  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  AT COST PRICEi  BOURNE BROS.  OLD STAND.  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  REVELSTOKE STATION #  fa  EDWARD J. BOURNE,  Dealer mlJOOTS ���������mil SHOKS, M UN'S FURNISHINGS, KKADY  MAI)K CLOTHLN'G. GR0CEIME8. Etc., Etc.  fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa  GOLDF/ELDS.  .J. Howson and JL Keefer will build a  three-story hotel here.  ��������� The Kootenay   LumhcT Co. will open a branch store.  placer ground in which he is interested in the Jiig Rend in tbe course of a  week or so.  Reports are in circulation about a  ���������fOO.OUO deal tit Camborne with a payment of $1^,000 cash, /These reports  are absolutely untrue.  A rich find of copper i.s reported on  Fry Creek, Kootenay Lake. The ore  body is 80 feet wide, can be traced for  0000 feet, and assays 7o' per cent  copper.  G.M.Clark returned on Saturday  from doing asse.-sment work on his  claim, the fMasc.ot, in Standard Rasin.  He struck some, fine ore on the property.  XV. A. Bauer, V. L. S. who has spent  a good deal of time surveying claims  in ��������� Fish Creek, expresses a high  opinion of the future of the gold prospects there.  T. Rain will return next week from  the mica properties at Big J3cnd, on  which he has been 'conducting assessment work for the ownersv Jle had a  very hard trip to the property.  O. P. Kcumcns, superintendant of  the Standard, was in the city this  week and reports work started and being pushed ahead in Xo. -t tunnel to  get below the ore chute outcropping  on the Commander.  Tho Camborne Miner says' fl.  Bodinc, F. Twiefer and C. McDowell  have returned from a 'prospecting trip  across country between the Columbia  River' and ICnderby. They saw no  indications of mineral.  Tbe War Eagle , and Centre Star  will ship 12,000 tons a" month and  with reductions in transportation and  smelting $") ore can be mined at a  profit. The Silica mill tit Sheep creek  has been remodelled lo handle 100  tons ti day.  Tbe Sunshine Limited, the former  owners of the Silver Cup mine, is in  liquidation and creditors -ire requested to send in particulars of their debts  or claims bv Oct. 20th to the liquidator. Charles Hill. College JJill, London England, or to his agent J. V.  Armstrong, Revelstoke.  From all points come cheering reports of the improved outlook of the  mining,industry. fMr. Fcrrier, manager for the Goodcrhain-Blackstock  Syndicate at .Rossland says there is a  very noticeable improvement in the  mining industry: and in general  business in the Kootenavs.  JL McCallum, who came'in Saturday from LaformcJ Creek, reports having made several .open cut's and strip-,  ping ton his claims, also 25 feet of  tunnel. The. latter showed up a line  body crfgalena. The properly is only  eight miles from Albert Canyon and  would thus he convenient for shipping  ore. -  J. V. Armstrong, manager for the  Sunshine'Limited, has now received  the assay certificates of the 700 tons  of ore taken out of the Silver Cup  mine last winter and shipped since  the opening of the Lardeau railway to  the Trail smeller. Mr. Armstiongis  well pleased with the results of the  big shipment.  Capt. Hughe.-, of the F-uqucsne  Mining Company, who went ��������� to visit  the Company's property on Smith  Creek, is much pleased with the  appearance of the property, which is  reported to be looking better than  ever. Mr. J3radlcy is expected in today  from Smith creek and Capt Jlughes  will return with him to the Blue .lay  next week. The Captain says the  Luquense, Company will go on till  they prove whether the old channels  of Smith Creek carry payable gold or  not.  CITY COUNCIL.  Regular  meeting held Friday.  Present: -Aid. Taylor, McLeod.  McMahon, Law, Hume, and Manning. In the absence of the Mayor,  Aid. Taylor presided.  (.'0](I{ksi'ondi-:.n"ci:.  Statement of "expenses for scarlet  fever quarantine.     Resolved .flo.50  expenses  be charged  Messrs.   McLean and Bongr.rd.  Water, Liirht and Power Com-  pany, enclosing resolution accepting offer of city of $02,500 for  Company's property, such resolution being endorsed ��������� by two-thir,ds  shareholders.  Aid. Taylor retired from the  chair during consideration of this  question, and Aid. Hume acted as  chairman. The matter of improving the water supply was discussed,  aldermen considering tbe extension  could not be made. this.fall.' Resolved that a bylaw be -submitted  to authorise the completion of the  purchase, the interest and, sinking  fund to be a first charge, on the  earnings.  C. E. Shaw resigning position as  city clerk from Sept. 25th, and  thanking'inayor ancl aldermen for  courtesy to him. Accepted. Aid.  McLeod and Taylor'spokc in hich  terms of the valuable and ellicient  services rendered the city by Mr.  Shaw.  Statement of cost of, fixing J.  Lawson's corner. Mr. Liiwson to  be asked lo pay .fGo.-  Hospital trustees, asking .sidewalk. \Vorks committee to carry  out matter and put in extra light  at hospital.  R. Rogers applying for position  of city clerk.    Held over/  o HKl'OHTS.    '  The finance committee reported  of (he loan of $7000 for sidewalks  and street improvements, .fs5,0S8.20  bad been expended'.leaving approxi:  match* $2000 for further street  improvements and city scales.  ' Aid. McMahon insisted the road  by.Hugh Smvibe's should be done.  // You IHfant the Best  and Purest Selected Tea that money can buy,  packed to retain its natural aroma and flavor,  free from the contamination of the odors of sur-  articles,  rounding"  <>"Cl  Ting Ling Package Teas  They come in  pound air tight leaded packages  perfectly pure. " '     .  One Pound Makes Over 200 Cups,'  50c per Pound  sale only at  Bourne Bros. Grocery Store  Uhe  CITY CI.KHICSIIII'.  It was resolved to call applications for position of city clerk  and treasurer, bonds for $3000 to  be furnished, salary to be $1000 a  year. ' a  .Messrs. Clements and Co. now occupy their new stote,' and wish to  notify the people o[ ReveKtoke and vicinity that they are now prepared  to Mil their wants in the line of Jf)i!ig-=, JJrug ..Sundries. Stationery, ete.  Von will find oui'.dispt'ns.alory complete in every respect and is under  the supervision of a qualified druggist.  Chemists and  "Druggists   *A ���������  REYELSTOIvE. B. C.  Clements  '9  J. A. MILLER,  Managcp.  KILPATRICK BLOCK,  Aid  GEXKIIAI,.  Manning asked  at   Loughced's   corner,  for a   li^ht  and   Aid.  McLeod  .supported   the,  request.  Agreed to.'.  Aid. McMahon complained., the  sidewalk on Front St. had not been  putin.though.it was included in  .the schedule of improvements, and  should be done.    '  The chairman said the mayor  had seen the people there and they  bad agreed' lo have the money  spent instead on the fire hall.  Aid. Law supported Aid. Mc-  Mahon's suggestion. Jt' was  decided to leave the matter ' over  till the mayor could explain.  Aid. McLeod complained of the  piece of sidewalk between the city  hall and Queen's Hotel, which he  considered disgraceful, and also of  the sidewalk at Douglas ��������� Street,  which   he   characterised   as . dan-  IF YOU WORK IN TOWN WHY NOT LEAVE YOUR WORK IN TOWN  *- .   ' ��������� t. ���������  ���������    -  ' Over 100 suits have came into  town from eastern houses in the'past  few months.    Wc can't help noticing   them���������its our business.    Some very,  good and some very bad, but NOXE "ARE EQUAL to our $20 to $25 suits.  Give US a trial. ������ . .     ,  S. Wilson, The Tailor.  '-    S.   JS/LajyL-A.T3:01<T  Has taken over the I3lacksmith, Wheelwright and Implement business carried  on by W. Mollison At Revelstoke.  Wagons.Made and Repaired.- Tlie Best Carriage Woods Kept in Stock  i  Tools Sharpened.'       Shoeing a Specialty.  lathain  Wagons and Sleighs.    W.  .Wagons.    McCormick   Mowers  Harrows, Cultivators,  M. Gray's Cutteis,   Uuggies and Express  and   Reapers.    Copp   Bros.' Plows,  Pot aloe' Diggers, etc., etc.  .1. A. Magec ha-*  bam and .-table..  arranged to erect a  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  Newly  built.    ��������� J^irst-class in every respect.     All modern conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms.  Rates SI.50 per Day Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout   Lake, under  same   management.  fafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafa  fa  fa  [fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  .'&���������  rh  fa  fa  fa]  fa  ENAY HOUSE  COMAPLIX xxxxx=  is Now Open for Business     -     The Best House in Town.  1        Well Furnished    -    Good Table.  Best'Brands of WINES.SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  Z'-'c. ".W: HAMILTON, Proprietory  ���������    ���������    7   T'������    TTTTTTTTTTT   T   T   TT   T   T   T   T   T   T   T   T  THE MINES.  The cost of smelting af, Xorthport  i.i $:).()() a ton.  The be-Roi made profits of $207,000  for June and July.  Mining stocks1 show a revival.  War Eagle has ri-en to IS.  Copper has reached the lowest  stage yet recorded in the present drop  in price.  Le Koi ore carries hall' an ounce  gold, L'l per cent copper and an ounce  of .-ilver per ton.  We are informed that XV. 11. Tool  has made a strike of six feet of ore on  the Imperial group' on Ei.-h Creek.  The 12000 ft. tunnel on the Runker  Hill ami .Sullivan, started five years  ago, will be completed next month.,  The ore shipped from the Le Roi  for the past two months shows an  average value of $17.G7 to $17.70 ti  ton.  The slag losses at Xorthport are only a third of one pei" cent; yet the  smelter deducts 1. .1 for loss from custom ore.:     ���������'.���������''',.   ,.���������'���������,'.'���������'.  ;'��������� ���������,"  F. 15. Wells . has gone to Smith  Creek to seevt'lie progress.of, work on'  the ' placer f ground'  in   which   he is  V  fa  fa  fa  interested.  Tbe Northwest Development  ! pany are crown  W  lineli    claim' v  purchased.  J. I. Wuodrow  Corn-  granting   the Gold-  which   they   recently  intends visiting tbe  RAIL AND STEAMER  The annual meeting of the C. J'. R.  will be held October 1st.  Canadian Pacific' stock is strong in  Montreal at high   wtiter  mark of 110.  The Revelstoke Navigation Company arc erecting a warehouse at  Laporte.   '  1\n excursion train was wrecked at  Birmingham, Ala, killing 2f) and injuring f)U.  'Owing to the fall in the river s, s.  Revelstoke came through tbe Canyon  to the city Saturday and is .now sailing to and from.Ihe old wharf.  Engineer Caldwell and Fireman  (Jould, who were in (he wreck at Albert Canyon leave the company's service ;is the result of the ejiquiry.  Railway companies have to face a  new liability. Damages have been  given in two cases against the Northern Pacific for not running trains on  time.  The Steamer Revelstoke is now  crowded with freight for the upper  river owing to the logging camps.  Blue Jay and Standard mines getting  in winter supplies.  ]'"resident. Wilson, of Hie li. ,R. T. of  A., has issued a circular dealing specially wilh (he case of tbe bridgemen.  This is the result of complaints made,  by D. L. Swanney,thc representative of  the bridgemen at the settlement at  Montreal, that the bridgemen are dissatisfied with the ���������settlement. ; Presi-  dent.Wilsoii points out the reason no  increase was given bridge foremen,who  arc drawing $3.a day, is that the company contend Ihey 'make' another $2  to $;} a day' out of the boarding ���������'bars..  Carpenters were raised .17) cents aiid  bridgemen 2/5 cents, involving. the  company in an increase lo tbe bridge-  men of the Pacific division of $ 1.0,57!).  4.D a year.  l^'  Aid. McLeod said as tlio council  could not get a pound keeper, tbe  only course was for people wliosc  gardens were injured to put tbe  'slock in the pound themselves-and  get tbe fees.,  The council adjourned (ill Tuesday.  ADJOURNED MEETING.   ,  The adjourned meeling, to  arrange for submission of Hie water  and light bylaw was hold,,Tuesday.  Present : The,, Mayor, Aid. Law,  McMahon. Manning, McLeod.  Tbe necessary petition having  been submitted, it was- resolved to  submit .bylaw to borrow $02..r)00  for lhe purchase of (he Water,  Light and ' Power Company's  properlv. the poll to be taken on  17th.  > The city clerk was instructed lo  mail a copy of tbe reports of JI. Jj.  .Smith C. K., lo each householder.  T. Downie. chief despatchor, leaves  on Sunday on a    well-earned  holiday.  F.nough freight cars are being sent  west to overcome the shortage on the  Pacific Division.  Much dissatisfaction is expressed  among C. P. K. employes at the company's proposal to deduct 10 per cent  from the medical contribution to cover cost of colled ion.  The' C. P. R. have given notice to  redeem tin-balance of $l,:iM,f-()0 of  their original land grant bonds at a  premium of 10 per cent, thiis wiping  out the original loan of $2;'i,000,00().  A separate issue of $15,000,000 is still  outstanding.      ���������    ������������������'  : OnAVednesdayj the tender and several ears of a freight train went ofV the;  track at.Horseshoe pit west, of Revelstoke. A rail broke; while shunting  on two'cars of sand. The Limited  was delayed, four hours, and No. 2  about two hours.   .* :  jui'cjL&d/ /&ur. GwhtL^  ^^A-/3������uoMSUivef^vl  Ono Block rrom C P R Depot  and Stoamboat Wharves  Re-furnished and Re-mod  "Rates $1.50 to $2 per day  R.  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  DOWSWELL,  Proprietor, - Vancouver,   B. C.  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  I y  ably furnishucl with the choicest ihe market  affords.       Best   Wines,   Liquors, & Cigars.  '   '       Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.  ELECTRICAL  C0NTRACTS OF ANY,  MAGNITUDE   EXECUTED  Complete! installations;Our Specialty,  Finest Class of Machinery ��������� ...-'.;..   .  The Hinton Electric Co. Limited  VICTORIA and VANCOUVER.      r  m  larassssss^  ���������*v THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  TCT)e Ifcootenas flDail  PUBLISHED VltlDAY.  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE. B.C..  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  ADVKRTISIXG RATKS on application  Chanson in ad verii-criiunt- imi-t, bo in by  Tue-d.iy ot each -week to -.ucurc good di--  play.  JOB PRINTIN'G promptly executed at rcn-on-  able rate-;.  ACCOUNTS for printing and advertising  payable on fir.-t of month ; .-utiicriiilioiii  payable in advance.  COUREtil'ONT'KXCE imited on matter* of  public intercut. Coininunicnlioni to Editor mu-t be accompanied by name of  'vriter, not necessarily for pnbjfciition. but  a.- evidence of good faith. Correspondence  inu-t reach the ollice by TucmIiiv evening.  Address  Thk Kootenay Mail,  Revelstoke, B.C.  We request our numerous readers to  favor us "with their assistance in  making the KOOTENAY MAIL the  most valuable advertising1 medium in the Kootenays by giving"  the preference, when making" pup-  chases to those firms who are  regular advertisers in tho KOOTENAY MAIL.  wholesale out of tbe income tax as  it 'is now levied. A man or company with a good income can afford  to nay taxation and ought to do so,  whereas it is well known the government does not get a tithe of the  revenue that ought to be realised  from this source.  prcssion on all whom he met in this  division and the consensus of opinion is lhat the important position  of minister of mir.es for this province is most ably filled by the  present incumbent."  CITY AGENTS.  Copier, of Thk Mail may be obtained from  the folio wing city agenta:  J. W. 1!i;nnkit.  , anaija lined tc Hook Co.  ,K. ll. WKI.I.S.  The minority shareholders of the  the   ltevelstoke  Water,   Light and  Power company who were opposed  lo tlie city's offer of   $02,500   being  accepted are, it is reported, working  up  all-   tlie   opposition   they  rc;ni  against   tlie  bylaw   wilh a view to.  defeating it, and   so   defeating   in  that way the majori'ty shareholders.  Jt therefore behoves  every believer  in civic ownership  of' public-  Iran  chises to roll upon polling day ancl  support the mayor and aldermen in  carrving the bvlaw.  Tbe Cranbrook. ]{. C, Herald'declares that within tbe next five  years southeast Xootcnay'will have  ti population of 100,000.  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  , t  For   Weak, and   Sickly   Children  During the Hot Weather,  W& E\hrQb6nnSQf?  With $30,000,000 on deposit in  the banks and a 00,000,000 bushel  wheat crop in sight, Canada-has no  kick coming.  EVANGELISTS.  fl  ARVEY &. McOAKTER  IJAKKISTKKS. .SOLICITOR.'*,  KTC.  Okficks :   Moi.so.v3   Hank   Hlock,   Hkvki,  ������ stokivH. C.  Moncv to loan.  Oilico,: ItevcKtokc, II. C; Eon Steele, I!. C  CONCILIATION AND AliMITRA-  '    .TION.  ��������� It comes as a matter of surprise  that tlie Brotherhood of Locomotive  should     condemn   Sir  Gko. 8. McCaktkk,  KcveUloke, H. C  J. A. IIauvkv,  Kort Steele. II. C.  I  E MA1STRE & SCOTT,  J ffff'n'������������������,- ..������������������' ''f f y.Xy/ ... ff  Baiikist-ebs. '���������'Solicitous,'.'.Notaries.  X, PuHLio, Etc. ff ���������������������������������������������-���������  First Street.  Revelstoke, B'.U.  E  DWARD A. HAGGEiV,  Mining Enoinekr;  (Mem. American  Institute MiniiiK Engineer.-")  (Mem. Canadian Mining,!nstiluto.)      ���������,!  RljyfELSTOKE,���������B. (J.f.'fffff'.'-, ;-,'  Examination of and reporto on  MineralTro-  V,pertiesn Specialty,   v,.. ,..-���������  ^  JhTJAMyA. BAUER,'  Dominion f.tfTkovinciai. Land a ,  fvfv.-Bui(.yKVOiif^:-f-iff;-v,;vf..-f:.v^-f;:.  Survey^ of Mineral Clfiims,'.Timber Hertlis ii'trd  v Ciowi'i, Lands.   ...'���������������������������'���������     'vfX"':���������  1-fhiginooi'  William Mulock's arbitrillion bill  to be introduced at next session of  llie'Dominion p:irli:imenf  unions   have   so   far   consistently  fought for tlie principle of  arbitration   and  conciliation.    They have  everything to gain and   nothing  to  lose ,.by the,.adoption5''.of flhe principle:.    President \\'ilson,of. the;fB.v;qf  H. T. otA.fpuigftbe casev;w.ellf.\vhen'  he says tlie.niaiivwho doesfnot want,  to. a'rbi Irate has.f'gbt something hefis  not enUt]cd;to.-fffise\v' Zealand and  Australiaxii'efpointedffto fas';;;lands':  witlioutfsfrikesf   \Viiyf'so?ffffJ3ecause  onfftfheirstaliilcfbopks the principles  of' 'f cb n'ci 1 i a li on' a nd arbitration are  cl ti 1 yf, reepgn i zed yxf'ff; ff i,f ;���������; -fff .f vf fff ffff fxxV:  Visit of Messrs. Kerby and  Turk.  The Evangelists Rev's. Turk and  Kerby, will open evangelistic  services in this1 town on Sunday  next. A Hraccbridge paper says of  the service's held by these .gentlemen iii that lown :  "The coming lo lown of Messrs.  Kerby and . Turk, the pastor  evangelists', has created great interest among the citizens and this  feeling is still increasing. The'two  brethren have already won, the  Trades, confidence and hearts of the people.  These   men   are   not  1    Care of .1. I). Sniii.u.ni I!i:vki.si'oki:. 11.0.  ���������J.  A. KIRK, ff  DOMINKIN fANIJ, .t'ltbviNClAi.fffyi  ',     v;;'A A-:Aj\ n if> y S uiiv e v o i {i  REVKif,ST()Kk,; B.C; ff" Vf'"f:."f.f  M  1SS EDWARDS,  TJ* A I.VEU MEDICA I, ANDSUKGICA I.  ''f'ff-'NURsic;'.'f:f.vf.,fyvfv';vfv''f.  REVELSTOKE,fJ3;fGxf'f y  Zhe ^psMmi^Bi  FU1 DA Y; SEETKM BEJt f5, -li)0iiy  '* There sdehis.'I"r."(d'-^-bcr''."fty'-"n'iis'liirtl'6'i''-'  'Standing regarding the sidewalk on  Front street:;from;ffFy vB. AVells's  store to the' Duquesne company's;  ofiice. This piece of work should  certainly be carried out.:,, as it fwas:  part, and parcel oHlie loan schedule  and to omit .it'how.would, be a  breach of faithf withf.tbefcitizei'is'in-  teres'ed. ��������� '.������������������  ��������� ��������� f ,ff f'ff  y;ff:fTb[J^Mi:NE.llAT/frrAX;;f;,fffff  fv\\Tefa,re-glad.v.tovsee theffminp'own-  fcrsxof ,'^oiitli ffJvoglenay.fftaking;f a  reafsbnablo '-stand f regardingff .the  mineral   lax,, arid proj)qsi:iig its: a'c;  :fprh'iffratbcr:,'fhaiV;.ffi&v ^abolition;  Mines" m list 'bear,, their- slrarefrjfyta x-  ation,fljutfthtit; taxationf'f.shbuldf bef  e('uinilj]yffadjifisiedx,ahtl f probably  the fai-rest fwnyof ���������'JevyiiTtgf f-fiie':,ftax  fwq'ukl beifo:placefitfbn'ftfhe fljithlncef  leJtfiutcr:])ayii"ig';.ffreigbt, treatiTi'bnt'  and mining' charges,":'Tn :tliat'ca������e/  thef ratio' bfff ta xafion fwoii ldf liafyef fto!  be; raisedvfron) ^Iftofq^ierfcentjfjjiit:  onfsuchfaf basisfasf that��������� suggestedf  Onlyftliosamiines'ff '.w.lncfh'fweref/miik'.j  i ngNii'^fetr f i')"rp'{i t:\vqu Id- \ layoff ta .pafyff  ;<.'(. li'of. tit x :j y ;-f .:ri"! 11 ro -.'.o I j j ocftf i 'p f i fa ,"ii������ I cjff f p iv't u rxjf  fof v thef mi h bra lx(#x"f a s-itf fstandsffis  fthiit fit f������isf essentially f,a,fax foil the  ein ploy nicfn Iff off fla bor.ffahd ya.'iaxv  fluvied fin��������� ;:tbatf fwayffis injuifious to  indtisti'V of/till'kinds. , ':]':^ y f" ;;'  ASbATJCf  men   are   not     after     the  ordinary and   common   revivalist.  They are pastors, and have   served  some of the leading churches in the  Dominion are in close and   synipa-  theticffToiicliffffwit^  christifiiif/lifb ji buff work/: fj> They are  nvisef builders^fx fnVakingt surc;;f;;f Of  fduird'a tioitf; iprinci pies f fail dyt no tf  trusting ftto';=;tliibf';ffeyeC;'^f.:'fecl!ng.f  Theyfsj)bak,as meivvwhbfknowvaiul  ���������testifyv-fasf^fmciif f-viinio" ..hayefyseen^  They'.arc 'fffn'ot   iiarro,w   cle'npinina';  tibnalistg,f but;fffha.Ye:ffthcff:.]iotC;'6f:  tiiliversaiityvvvw^ibhf-vmarksf^'^^  .ftif.uth'^^^  tofallinen,.ifvby-any/means we can  savef 'so'me.'yff"-f:-ff'.'fff:rf'ffXy!'ff; aiZa'aaP:.  fyfThislcamiiaignfhas hPtyfiollowed  in fthc; wake of fforiiicr^reyi valsffyih-  asniuch   as , their f; labors ffarefnot'  (10nfined-.t6fftlicff:churches,.f blitx. lUco  the early-fdiscipies they f:have;gone:  everywhere, in-the.fintercstvf.of men.  Through f the -courtesy off t he f manage rs b ff tl i Of.'. tfw.p f ta n tie i-i es vf' s e'r y i ces"  have been.held:foi- tlibfmehffduring  noonfhour/v'fThisvsfaf-nbw thing.ii'i;-'  fBraeebridgb^a f i'cligibtis seryicofin  '���������thc'vtaiVn'efry'i vyJflfoAvf .the.mciiflistcn-  :edff,as , the f evangelists taddressed  tliemf; andx 'rehderedi'ysomevofftheir  s weet^oiVgfs: ;ffy TliescA sons-- f of' ftoi 1  '���������wc, farenfsureyf greatly:;appreciated;  'Ui.is.V:i>riy1"'legq'.";..iV,flTJieA  withfetjUaT-bearlinessfffpermi^  service faniong'xftheir ff humei-piis  empl()yfefefs:xai:itrjtlibsbf^  fa vtii'Cd ������������������ with -"tvfheii rt,ftpff f bfc-i rtftalk  aiulfduets. fpr'fwhicliHhofevangblisls  hayefbe^tnedesefryedlsfpb  -AOilA\?ridiiyCfaftoriipbii,',f:'thVoiig 1 i  tlieff kindncss^'.vQffffffftliefff'f'bsflecfiried  !p.i:iiici]ViTfy-'pf;tii^  meeting- offfftlief.flligh'School aiid  Kntrancef pupilsf.fwasfheld, ,a'nd;i ail.  \\-1 ip ��������� 1 i^tjuiieclyto vtlioyfsti i*ri ng fad<1 i;c:s^s j  bykiAxfMr. fKefrby-;-:'.-piif;'Power.:.'oilr  | Aim',':';fwi 1 iy long 'remember' ffftbe  j occasion', fvf.:"f v-.:'",-f fff: : f_,.ff'.:,'X .;,  j     Sundav'afternboiT-vthe mass'itieut^  Thousands oi children (lie during  the hot weather months, because summer complaints ami stomach troubles  come, suddenly', and mothers do not  have the means ai hand to promptly  check and cine them. In homes where  Baby's Own Tablets are used these  precious little live^ can be saved, and  no home where there are infants and  young children should-be without  them.  Baby's   Own   Tablet.- will promptly  cure   all stomach and bowel  troubles,  and arc a great relief to teething children.    The   Tablets are sokbuiider  a  positive gaurantee   that they  contain  neither   opiate   nor     harmful   drug.  Crushed to a powder   they can be given with, absolute  safety to a new born  babe. , .Mrs.    R.  Ferguson, lOo   fMansr  field street, Montreal,   says :���������"T have  used   Baby's Own   Tablets rind   have  found them the   best medicine J have  ever given my children.    3Iy baby has  always , been small and   delicate   and  suft'ered so much last summer with his  teeth   that I did not   think he   would  live.    Then he was attacked with dysentery, a feverish skin and cough.   As  the doctor's medicine did not help him  I Sent for Baby's Own Tablets and (hey  did him a great amount ol"good,and he  is now getting on splendidly.  "I gladly  give   my experience for the bene lit of  other mothers."    If your druggist does  not   keep these Tablet's   they will   be  sent   by mail post paid al '2ii cents   a  box   by -writing direct lo the Dr. W'ii-  li.'iins'.Medicine   Co . Brockville, Out.,  or .->chenectadv. N. V.     '  iii? iME CITY  ^a^  ���������fi \r~   <ar-.-."'..J ���������  ..:   .'":'.'-���������':.:.   ':.."-:".;.". ':-. ':'���������'". :'</   V.f.-'^l  ������:  *  WRAPPING f PAPER'ZANDp  .f^^p'/V!!/^:^  f 'The'Koptenay-fAI'iulfh;isf:'l.iecir  vyapopinted ,fagent; forvfoheffffof f  : ft be largest,' Canadian - Pi'iper"  :ZMUIs.ff'ffffff,.y;ffy'-yffxff:X. A'yff  xf;W1'Mi,ui|1)'gf papers... in - rolls; or;;,  ffjlat.v ancl; :p;iperff bags of albf  f weights;and,sizesff suppliedftbv  f order fpriiitedfoff ii iipri ii ted..ff,  ff Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.  f���������  OI-  ~.���������,^JL-&~.  TTTp  <s,���������! i���������  ���������"���������������.  ������  A&  f������  :#:  ;���������.������-.  f"7-fff yfx-ffxff^ Sale of Lots, apply ,to  l| W. G^ REVELSTOKE.  ?��������� ������@���������@8*S@���������-i@i:���������������@������@@@@���������������^'  ;������r  Kootenay Lodse  No.l5A;F.<Si; A.M.  * . The I'ogiiliiriiicetings  arc lipid invtlid, Jtas-  vfoiiic Temple. Uoufrtie.  l==:'3Inll, on, tbov l.liinl  j^sJI on'daj'   in  oiiclr  _       f������J month nl."���������'���������'S'-'fi).- ni.  ^sp^S51-- Visiliiifj.-1)rel.liron  ���������^"^T,-,:     ''.'���������cordially: w'o.leoinert.-  It.. CIOl:0ONf'-':SKOItlCTAl[V. r.  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I..O. O. F��������� No  25,   '"'js^Z:"  rtek'iiiiu' iriectiiiKS nro lielrt  ililfellows' Hull:overy  ,   .... . . <....     .  . L  I {OBI  ri o:  ii.������.,\vrif,sox,:NfG.;f j;a. STOXKyi:.&;.K.s.  ";f; fsOppositef Hotel VKncouyeiiyff .ff  ���������vfyfMISSfEifRICHA^^  ���������ffsiiorlhiiiul, 'I'.viiew'i'il.irif,', vlloi.ikket'pink.v'rele-  gi-npliy and.���������'-., Aruliileuliii'iil,Drawing.,,, Gradu-  'iiUis. from - this eullcKe secure best'iililiointihents.  Indlusive terms for Uoardci'sSHU per inbiitli.'    ,  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O.O. F.   y  .Meets evo'i'.v .'l'iiOK(l!iv  evening;', in :'Selkii"U  I rail v n'i, S ��������� o'ulock.  Visiting .brethren' cordially invited to at-  yy. y^AAA f.y'-yffff.'v-.ftend.. X-ivff'f y-v vyy.f  ,.i," o un i kss, x; Gif \ ;x f .1.-Jf a ti i i e, sicc  A matter th a t m us t s 1 i o r 11 y ���������' a t-  tract the attention of'the.legislature  i= the accumulation of 'large estates  i'and tbe squeezing out, of thevS'mall  settler. This' mischevious practice  is now extcnsivelvxcarric'ci-'f on;in  the Okanagan valley and is proving  a great drawback to the district.  Tlie progressiveTalid tax'will solve  l a .'".."���������     i" Ayr . -'0:- ,������������������,-������������������     ,    -        .-      Xy  the   diflicultv; a.nd'%rthc best and'  ���������' most effective remedy in sigh.tV       :  XlMfJfGKATlOX  .'���������: o-. .-������������������ ,-,'-,���������'    f ��������� -,;-,; :a.:.^ v. -��������� ff'-'f.' .,,::'"'.i.i'ug"foi-.n'i"e.n in ibe.Town Hall brok'e  ..vb.iv^dnnnnlfLai-ton.pren^  Australia,.in, a nf interview   at  i ail  records ot fchristiah fwork   inj '  : ^ewj Braeebriclge.; "'Xeverfbeforefh^d"spiff  York,; pivt. very clearly, f the' casfeftor !many.men crowded'''the , building.j f  restriction: off Asiii'tic:viminigralfib!iy,Tnc  aiulfiiV- doingf so:Vcmilirme(lffth'ei-  ���������";��������� t",' -��������� ;-..' ,   ", < ,   ,,    .r    ...: vMno?t eloquent afnd���������holpiul that. the ���������!  slant.'  whiclv'...Jo:Ci)h   Martin ur-'es   :;     ������������������'.��������� i>    ���������> v ��������������������������� v ������������������ y ������������������ ��������� ��������� ���������������������������      ;i ���������   ������������������������������������''  -������������������..,���������������������������    ,������������������.?: ,. :.  .���������', .     ,-.��������������������������� ;.;f '-    x ',:: .men or Bracel)n;dgevhave' ever bce-n.1-.  should l-ie. taken" in .ibis,���������.province, j pfiAnleged.ftOfdioiir? fXfeyeivdidjnen^  Sir .Edihuhd said:'f:.f:;f      'f-vvf  , vfi.lisfen   to fanvthins vfwithf'1 morel'  GRE.I������;Nl-IOU'ii.Ii "I*bf<VN'I'M  for FalifTlaiiting.'   '' fyX*.  Glean" cei'thicalcfffronif; fin-  s])eif!tor,v,vf"vfXf: 'Pp-A 'p1'.' ;������������������;.  CUT:-FJ.6\v'fKRS;vf '.'f-.'^'-'V-f'  AG.lUC,ULfUBA'L;'''/';V.'':;.::';--  IMIfLIiMKNTS,: : x'f:-";-v  'BEfe'su^rj:;ri2$;Vy^v.-'(ff:  RRU.IT;BASKETS^- :'f  f--  FIvRTILlfZElis, ff'y:,  .������'.,;  ,'���������-   y 'ff:Gata 10trnC J'"roc  fMvfU. HENRY,  "JMr.x 'Ohamb'erlafi hff y natural Iv,  easremess:  ,-i; .���������  an*  !''���������' interej.t: ihanh: did  W'i-jitk La'mor Oxlv.-  hiade,,as I cx:pectcd,fsf!^hhour'-ol:iVft)!'l? aiviiie'nce'tof rliat:'���������magnificent  'ied-id'hs:  ,^.;son)e'';''nroyk^  ���������nsing  For li.rst-ela.ss leather write.  " ... ._..;   ' .'. ���������       ..;... , .    '." .cj;        ...;'f . . - '��������� .  .', ,���������  f     Vancouver, B.G.y';;  We ask the citizens ,to troll ,uj)  and vote for the bylaw for the purchase of the water and light franchises' and property.:. By doing.sb  they will pay a wellf i'deservedf tribute to the mayor and aldermen who.  have brought about the deal. .The  ownership of'-the water and light  franchises by the' cityff Is a great,  step in advance, and will bring fin  an assured and' increasing revenue  to the citv Ireas-urv... ...   .... f.'1   -  ;ljin,-ffj:)afrtieula.rly'' "asf rega'rds.v:tl������  di (lieult (* tliatAvn If a n?e'frv'preverit-; j h na.f,hef|d: i t c-bfvsciyf irntof the - onciV  ingfysulijectsf'-offf'Vl'iexKib'piffi  frbmy Hi- ff>>anl vf appeals for .manly men  dwelHngfwhere they \\;nr.iiT ity'tndjcan^ ,,              ...    .       lrritati^'is'certainflo'fe ^causeii'in f^tti'M^^h^-listened;, it higher type ���������yP-^>vcJ?h^,kxZ. ^unts -foi-tho fccioi)rai,e(i  ,,.:   ���������'������������������.������������������. .',,-,.       :���������..������������������,-���������.���������. ...    ,  ���������.. a?   'Vv .-..-.l-r.r-,! ,v     "ri-'r,'-' T fX" ���������,- fu���������^:T   PENETANG' hole ��������� Leal her, Cut- Soles and  ���������Japan.- especially- in   view .0; the i-0- xpnnhoou.-''; -. .-.].,i,f;, Holy Pt^y y'lhAH'hci!-. , a a.-.   :f .,,.��������������������������� ...y-y... ,.  An<'lo-.Ja'iianesey'ro'if v  ������������������'..' -'���������  ', 'v.-xirra Hired bvftiK:-' oviinge'ligts   them-f . ���������'-.'"le^ J-cailiersf-nridief, Saddle and, SK-irt-  ,ui,_iu o,ij,,iin...e,ii.(..u\ ., ,,.   y      yy ., .     '-���������,.:-.���������'',.; y ..v.-, ...,-- ���������������������������������������������*.-������������������      , V ink Leathers.  I.nw iiral. . I.lit%o Leathers, Up-  "iNevertbe ess Mr   (fhilmlierhun ,?eive?- xvas; rendered 'in . duet,, iorrn,; .per -Lfcathom.of nil kinds.    ���������-..������������������.<> . ,-  IJ.u.liliei'. vfy  .xxSii'i'iirjis  ffNoiary-y:  'fffffffSealsf  ;AV(ixv8wil.s:f  Sl.eiieilss v.w  ���������t'l'ii'e f::.f Pa  f ��������� ���������Markers'  Pi'inlini; '  ffAV heels.  Nuiiilie'ring'  f Maeliines'  Hand Dating ,  unit N'uiiihor-  iny.Stainiis ���������������������������������������������":  Cheekfvf  erfornlfoi-s.  Iliihher 'I'ypo  Cl'own I'rint-  iri),' Presses, ' ,  etc., etc., ,  Your" Pntron-  nge ' respoct-  fully solicited  (JOT A   HCTTNH,   ONK   THItOUGII  The International  <  Correspondence Schools,  SCItAN'TON, I'A.    '  The world needs you, but needs  yon  trained.    We teaeli hy mail, Medium,,  tal, Steam, Kleclrical, Civil,'ind Arming  Kiigiueering; Shop and Foundry Practice;   Architecture,   I-Miimhing, LSlieet,'  and lion work; Telepliony.'Telegraphy  (Jlieinistry, Ornamental Design, Lettering    and     Sign     Painting;     English  Brandies,   Bookkeeping   and   'Stenography, Kleelio-Therapciitics, G'erinaii,  French and Spanish,    x1,.  f-.-Wjieiifwi itiiig state subject in whieh you are ititeested.  ZaAPaZa[pZZPPP^ZP&A'   'Z       ^v' ". McDOUGALL Hepiese'ntative,  f'f,f-f1,'ff9'f:'fI^^^'!Pxffxy^^^      ' ��������� ��������� _        Nelson, M. C.  ff Established -1891. ;f .';���������;;'; ff:y; , ' Capital, $1,500,000,  ��������� AMERICAN-and EQUITY  im Insurance companies.  -v;r -y-yvy-vyv-Vy -i-fyX^vV--';:  - , ���������    .. ������  PyTwoMz^eZBest Non-Board Insurance Offices.   ,  ���������;:;^?j^r_it^^M'aj^imoi  has  been  appointed Agent  for1 Revel-  stokev;.(orfth.cf: abQVe^Coinpanies.  xfxxH:^ to t|note rates, and  it is safe  to  say   the  .rates: at which Ave dflc:- to lake yum* risks cannot ^be beaten.  ���������''^'X^&rP^'^^^'^'0 ralcs w'lon ;ul opportunity is afforded  you olvseGiifiring: -absolute protection ao-;iinst  lire at the  lowesi  rates.f..f'.fff..ff'"f>'.yff.f: 'v :'i  W. S. HOLLAND^ G  eneral  Manager,  theh:j.franklinstaivipworks  "yfi^f        , .VANCOUVER, B.C.   -y : . , ,.X:  Alariufjictiirers   of' Closed' .'L'piicrs   of   'all  hiidAbv&lPii ,hhy^  streihHh iif si'ilti merit'ni ��������� Anitr'il'in Z written ha= "'Sl.hfjeri^iVon ���������wi-tJi,'''bet-i-T,s|i?.'-,|Mi.k������"s',Toi)ls',iniil  I'-iiKliii^'Saddiory  '-.yp'v ." 'X -;-y,"Mui.Lii.i. ,n    .ui...riaiiJ. .....:      v>; ���������.,...���������,.,    :     ..-.- -,,;.;, -,.;       ��������� , .J|;ir,-i >.V;ire, Hales and .Oils...    y y     ���������*.  pehnul tliefbill is:rinu;ticail,v:,unn'n-fX(:'1''f r'-nwy   ttian    on ������������������.l.n.i.s..- occasion;.;; .I'woihouAiifi Devi-skins.u'liiici:,!.-   ' "f P \  i in ous  t'l'iiit  to, a.n.t'aionize  [;},,, ;'{]fow !::airer!v'.vho,faudJehr:e.'. listened f  .*-:(lt<l,If'(f"������>'"-'^ i"';'-f'' n^oiiappiicaUoa.  'uiiaiiiinity dt ihe fcremiiifuivvvonUl ^Vje-fff1-, fvi^ef v<iices.of 'i-l'ie'sf ng-cr?,'. lifko ,t^o- -  impossible."..-.' '������������������.'.-..,    , ;  .The case ot Joseph ,(Quelle is' af  seanijal fonf i\w- a(li|).inistra.li*.i]i :oi  Canadian':fjii:;ticcf. 'Hef -'lias been.;  twice' arrested and briMight Kefolx ���������  the bourts on ��������� a liasolcss f eliiirge'.;  (.IrurrsieVl from .'.���������his;   businivsi-   in., the  l)i*us!i.: oi^orrsevniasier artist;'��������� -paint;! ..'::'        fff   xf'-. ��������� - y'f   v  :edftliex'0ilv': nafthe eanvaHfof-vthe f. ' '���������."        a ; ��������� ^ ���������������������������'���������������������������*'" f. ���������'   . ;'  miaax; -', fx x X.;e , ':a i Do You' Want ;to BrigliLen and  ,,- It is1 to b^ b.6)if;d fhtrpro 'avidiencesj :...'  \yi'li.fi;p;afth'(;i","{p:. heafr thesirdistio-1 'lf  L'llis^lfirl-'sViYillTiriler,,-;.'-'''' A a.  '������������������'.':   ���������'"������������������   '  Adorn-Your Homes?  THEGIIYEfRE  ���������f  E. W. BxPaget, Prop.  ���������.'-'. 'fi."ronipt deli very of pa reels;; baggage,  etc.',: to aiiyvpai't of tlic.Gityf .���������':v;'; >i   ffv.  ��������� ������������������: Any Kind of ^raiisfernng f"^  ���������"..������������������ , <;V'::lfnilepl4ken^:;S^^;i,;'  v ' A.I I order* left fat fit. .M.f'Sniyi'ho'.s  Tobacco Store, or by.Telephoiie, No. 7  will I'eueive.'prpinpt attrntioiiQ i  Our Offer; to Subscribers  muk't'M in iiMieh lo.-  Itevel.-'ioke i.r the Jast part of   tbe  province to have any kick   agliip?t| Vu'kon   and  the I Hi 11.-mu if r government, at; wlio?e  hand.- the  public rwjuiromohl.sf of  thi.-' .--ection haveliftd good.attention  .-:hou!d ���������Air... ifli.-niisHedf a;-: niililto In  /n -addition   to    oflieia)    .-alfirie.i,  maintenance, of buildings, ad minis-,  tration of justice and education the  government spent $18.-i,'3o on roads  and   trail.-  in,, thi.s   riding in 1000,  and $W:2'.)(.) in 1891..' The revenue  of the rifling for   1900 was $25,718.  and for 1901, ifSO.OOT. '������������������ ' '���������"."���������  oi tune and .law co.--.ts.    I lie 'ollier-'r,-..  who v. re r<:-.-1 kjhhi 1 ilo for ibis otil rnjL'O f  trusted ��������� with such authority1,. and:  .Mr.' (iene'llo ought to reeeiyo s.oiii(y  coin])en:-a.l h>n f for t bo cruel wrong j  doiic him, ���������'.'.': - ' ���������  UNION        ^  GAR FACTORY.:  V.-O'iir.Special":&:'lTh:e, Union.'  ;'-'" .V.oiVxdp'. 'J'hi'ti gel, tin- 22 pir>  ; i'li-f1:- l.y tiiO world'",- i.-iii-juijv artists  .".which- win v by yV-:];it von, together  w-i:}X|.iy";K'C)uTl';N.AVAIA,Ih and  Wcel-ly VvAy fVv.- for'.a'j'ear'-on  'rocei|H of $'2.7~>���������, ���������'���������'Adii're.-'.'X  You Get Both by Subscribing to the Kootenay Mail.  ��������� a'p'W) new subscribers we will send the Kootenay Mail ancl  Weekly If'reef, Press for a year-tog-cther with the (bllowino- mas-  terpieces:ofai*t already publishedj'and 12 others lo be published,  -~2'2 colprecl pictlires in all :���������  ���������KOOTENAY MAIL,  REVELSTOKE.  H. A. BROWN PROP.   :  ���������REVELSTOKE,      - 1   -    B;G  A feature of taxation that ,de-  .-erves greater 'attention, in the raising of provincial,' revenue i.s the income tax Willi "a . properly ad-  jii.-tcd tax of ' this character its  effects would be so 'thorough and  far-reaching, that no sjieciill mineral  tax would he necessary. Jt is safe  to say that tbe .government is beaten  MBPoGHANTS,  i .Tho ��������� Fori .Steele Prospector got,.-1;  pretty near tlie truth wbonfjt, nA]  marks: ''Why.' 'should ..the,' fp6,ttyf  /spleen of a. lot'off disgruntled poli'-f  ticians.be gratified bv air ap|ieal tof . ^'e ean,*.'ii|)ply yitiwitlra- liivsiyla.sv  thefeountrv?. Thev; express' no,! l"A Z'^;'' syst.-in'wl.i-.-l.ji-'. l...-i:U'r  ..'    .'���������'.���������..,.". .    .    .' l.lwin ��������� I hO'-'e. ymi   .send   enst  for   ;n,i|is  iirinciple ami their vtjices speak tor   ... ���������    ...  ,:  ,��������� ,,     , ���������-,    , r,,.- .������������������,������������������,  '������������������.'. '       ' "    . ' only ;i, ��������� l.liinl , ol,   I lie   price..    I ,;i( roni/."  none.in, the country but their.own i-j,,,,;,,,. induHtrvanr! sowl ii������,yom:r;nh'i-  disapjKiinU-d .ambition.'���������  The Cam I KirneMi i ii-.r sriys of lhe  visit of.the minister rif iiiines:' "(foi.  1'rio'r created a .most  excel lent im ���������.  leaf!, leflgeivs, ;i ntl. rr-qiiisit <.'s  ul'   loom:  li-'TirlVii:., .'��������� ., ���������  " ���������  K.iiiii'/'ii.'H niid prif.'i'S on ap'plical ion.  Till'] K-OUTKiVAY iMAIL,  ."      ��������� '   Itev elstnkc  ,'PELLEW^H ARVEY,  BRYANT    &���������   GILMAN,  Vancouver, E, C.  ���������PROYIHCIAL-  ASSAY.ERS :  i ft'jls Srrifcltftr Tdst'i'  Up lo 4000 lbs. '.������������������:,���������  Checking Smelter Pulp", '/("Spfccially.  H,IV��������� Yr.l.l ,1 lir|.,l,f.fl'il   (>il!t.n nl   Uijf.y.7-  f  ���������    W-'ll T..II You v/l.,il, it in  FREE OF   CHARGE.  Mmwuiii  Baker and  Confectioner  V;V full   and eoinjile'te  liii.c of   '  GROCERIES  Cfui'in-i' AIcKi'ii/.ii' A '.'cniie, ��������� !������������������... :,  and 'I'jiilwiiyHl.rei'l,  v   To Trappers'���������'���������  ��������� Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paia  F.   B.   WELLS,  Bxxjortor of Furs;  v.  ���������j?.'.  9.  1:0.,:  .''., IMOTIflllCS.f  ,v< The Turning flhioy"  ^ "ThoOliildrcii'sFavorite"    -      -  ."A liorkshirb Brook in Aiitunin"  f" Costly-Toys", f -  ," After thehesson "  "ThcxIIorsc Fair"    -  "���������The hast M onion Is of .Sapho "  '.'(.'lood-bye Hweetheart "  "Thc.ChessTlayers"  'aThcLuck of Itoaring Camp"  AUTIIOIIS  J.Ci. Taylor.  - Gaelano Chierici.  - II. Bolton Jones.  0, Van den lOycken.  Cora Fredericks .Freer.  ICmilo von Cauwclacrl.  - .  George Jfitchcock.  flSTn j-ciis Stone.  Gerard Portellje.  Jfcnry J3acon.  '���������fovpaid lip .subscribers wc sh;tll forward the  premiums on  receipt of 7.5 cents. Z '  ���������    To sulj.sci"ibei-s  in arrear we shall   forward the   premiums  on payment of arrears anil 75 cents additional.  'Ibis   is the  niqst  liberal   premium offer  ever made   by a  western 'publisher..   '  ���������  The pictures may.be seen at our office.    Address.  Q '.'.,��������� ',..:,":��������� .     '. y ��������� -       '���������      .-���������'    '  The Kootenay'. Mail,' Revelstoke;  y\  ^  f 19
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By %
Jorji? "ttfiothjrop Gre?r>.       ���
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Copyright, lfloi, by John Wintlirop Green, d
���IIION llie Sixteenth''..'New
���York niiirclieil with Grant
into the Wilderness,- Corporal .MeFjiddeii of Company B put ."$:;i)0 in the li.'iiil". The
hank was his shoe���the one on his left
fool. In ihie time the Confederates
were fou'.l in line of hatlle across the
line of march, mul the Sixteenth wns
deployed, wilh n hundred other resi-
nienls, to face them. Sl-innisliiiifj had
only heiriin wheii Corporal MeKadden
li.'id hi.s \cz sl..'UK'1'cd hy a hnllet. Of
course it was the left lej;. He was carried lo lire liehl hnspit.-il Iii iho rear,'
and. aflera liriel'i'xainination. the sur-
, geoii said:
"Sorry lor yon. corpornl, lint we must
ainpiilMie the Ie- io mivo your life."
11 was n cum' In which the vietfin had
nothijiu to say. When he returned to
consciousness, his left Ic.c had heen am-
piuated ai the |;:n'e, and he was lying
union;: a hundred oilier wounded men.
'J'lu' loss of his money occurred to Iiim -
nt o'lice. and l:e made the fact known
to .-i conir.ide who had heen shot in the
"Co oni nnd find in.v left lot; nnd thai
!?."<:ii. and I'll .dve you linlf (he money."
said the corporal, nnd the man aurecdi
It was easy eiioueh to liiul"the "scrap
heap" of le.ys and arms, but not so easy
to   idcuiil'y   a   left   lo;.'.     There   were
nil along, tlie line, Out later on we ue-
gan to doubt the good news.
"Boys," shouted an Irishman in Company B, "don't ye be af cared of the
news. Sure, an army that enii find
|-McFaddou's money can smash the
Confederate states, and we'll all be going home by this time tomorrow!"
Strange Cnven Formed Iiy Anlinn)��.
That there are some animals which
cannot thrive without salt is well
known,'but no very clear demonstration of this was forthcoming until M.
Desuzinges, a French traveler, noticed
some remarkable eaves In the Oristadt
district of the Transvaal and discovered, to his surprise, that they had been
gradually formed by animals licking
the salt of which their walls were largely formed..
"Each of these grottoes', or caves,"
he says, "is as large as nn ordinary
drawing room, nnd the natives assured
mo that they had boon entirely. hollowed out by  the antelopes,   which are
known   In   this  country  as  'dwicks.'
Wishing to learn why the animals busied themselves lntvniaking such excavations, I examiiiodlbo caves and found
that their walls were impregnated with'
salt, its presence being clearly revealed
by very characteristic crystallizations.
A day or (wo later, as I was hunting,
I noticed 11 antelopes rush out of one
of these caves as soon'as they .heard
mo approaching." -    '
JI. Desuzinges also says that (lie elks
In (he Transvaal havo a similar habit
nnd may often be' seen searching for
salt near quarries or deposits of marl.
It   is not   often   that   the   United!
States banking system ii-icU defende,.J J"'"lya,Jce1?f yomZ ?��"nt,r*V in t]jclllllt-
whenconiDaied   with the   CxLtlZZ  tCr 0I  (]eflll"S  with mdiiatriul condi-
Sir Edmund Barton, premier - of
Australia, gave a New York interviewer
the following pointer on compulsorv
arbitration: '���'Wein Australia are much
in advance of your country in the mat
/?.,?.   "Archer"
or 8. ��.   " Lardeau."
these ten year. grown'untH iV7s I resolution,demands  legislation  creat-
1111       iV   iJ),,\r���-   /.,-.��*���-'      *'
.   There 'arc ono story Intellects,, two
story intellects nnd three story intellects, with skylights.. All fact collect-
ors who have no aim beyond these facts
are one story men.    Two story men
compare,,,reason,, generalize, using the
labor of the fact collectors ns well as
their own.   Three story men Idealize,
imagine,  predict;  their best illumination comes from above through tho sky-
light. '  There  are   minds   with   large
ground floors that can store an Infinite
amount of knowledge. Some librarians,
for   instance,   who   know  enough   of
books, to help other people without being able 'to make much other use of
their knowledge, havo intellects'of this
Your groat .working lawyer has two
spacious stories. His mind Is clear be-'
cause his mental floors are large, and
he has room to arrange his thoughts
so that ho can get at Ihcm-faets below, principles above and nil in ordered'
scries.. Poets are often narrow below,
incapable,of clear statement and with
small power of consecutive reasoning,
but full of light, if sometimes rather
Imreof furniture in tho attics.���Holmes.
when ' compared  with the   Canadian
but Hon. Charles U. Dawes. ex-Comptroller oi the   Currency, say.-:���-J get
out of patience   when I hear the criticisms made against   the banking system^ of the United States.    Why, the
banking   power of the United  States,
which,   as we kiiow. is funned by   the
surplus   depot-its   currency  issues  of
the banks together, which in lSfJO.wa,-;
only   a little more   than tlie  United
Kingdom,   and was a little less   than
that ofcoiitincntal Europe,, has with
in'��� these ten years grown until it  L
within   12 1-2 per cent of   the, entire
combined   ha.iking   power   of   Great
Britain and   continental Europe both
put together, within   ten years!   And
this i�� the system   which we are asked
to alter and change   and to model upon those centralized hanking systems."
In J811U,' there  were   38   chartered
hunks" in Canada; at present there are
35.    With regard to the per centngeof
the   cash reserve to liabilities, out   of
35 institutions S hold a cash reserve yf
9 percent, M a   reserve of from 5 to 9
Iior cent, ami   the balance less than, 5'
The Bank of Commerce is opening
eight new branches in Manitoba and
tho Territories.���Calgary, Carman, Edmonton, .Medicine Hat, MoosOmin,
.Xecpawa and Treherne.
The geiieral'meetingol the Molson's
Bank,, will   be held  at   Montreal   on
tions. By the terms of our arbitration law; great strikes are made practically impossible. Arbitration is
compulsory, and when disputes arise
between employers and employed,
both parties arc required losuhinit'tlie
issue to a board of arbitration; which
is under government control."
The trades union congress. sitting
in London, England, is attended by
oOO delegates, repiesenting a million
ind a quarter workers.   The principal
I    llimning  between   .Arrowhead,   Thomson's
Landing unit Comapliv, commencing Oct. inh,
ltHll. will sail ui follow, (weather permitting!:
��� Leave ...Arrowhead.'for 'Thomson's Landing
and Ooinaplix twice daily at 10k. and 15k.
I.r.-ire Connplix and Thomson's l���'inding for
Ariu'.rhuad twice dnily at 7.15k. and ]2.J,'<k.
.'Making clow; connections 'with  all C. V. Ji.
train-, and boats.
The owner.-, reserve the riglitto change limes
of sailings without notice. ,
.Managing Director,
ummer Goods!
ing a supreme court of arbitration,
with compulsory power to settle disputes. ' .     _,
The, trouble with the Yukon telegraphers has been settled, the Dominion
government having conceded their demands.
, " ,}
A test ease is on at Toronto as to'
the right, of trades unions to light employers by means of the boycott. '
Aid. Patrick J>owd, labor candidate
has been elected lord mayor of London
.Screen Droors, Adjustable .Screen Window*.
Screen Wire, Kcfrigerators. Jce Cream Freezers, Garden Hose, Xoz/.le.-. Spray.-. Coupling:*.
Lawn Mower.-", Water Coolers. Water Filters.
Coal Oil .Stoves, one and tuo burners. . .
The Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd.      )/\f      M       I AWRFNlOF
(During i-eason of high water.)
heave Fight-Mile Landing each
TUESDAY AXD Fit J DAY at (i a.ni
Lea'\o La I'urlo each
. SPECIAL TIM 1\3  will be n.n.N* 1H*-
tween dates of regularsailing whenever
business ofl'ered warrants'saiue.
Monday, Oct. 20th. -.The Bank"-"Tinsi
declared a dividend of -U per cent for
the half vear.
_C. 11. Gerard,^manager of the Bank
of li. X. A. at Kaslo is being promoted
to Winnipeg and will be succeeded bv
Mr. Winters, of Bossland. ���      ���   '
The Dominion U bill will be withdrawn at- request of Montreal Grocers
The ' Dominion Bank is opening
branches at Brandon and Portage la
���^Montreal   banks   complain
scarcity,of 5 cent pieces.
'The stnti-tics of Aural Specialist,-
and of Special Clinics devoted to thi
treatment' ,of ear diseases show that
there i.s an alarming increase in the
number of people who are alllicled by
doa/ness. The cause of this increasing prevalence of   defective-hearing is
The  Company reserve tin
change time 'and days of
out notice.
right  tu
���ailing with-
Jl. W
Germany   will levy a     retaliatory
tnrilV,.of' 15   per cent   on   Canadian
wheat, because of preference  tariff on
British goods.
'���������������'P \Ap:::PApyA<!J'i:[$��liLhAAA.ff-X :'Ay'p
.rislitsf.'afiulf.ieftfs'f to i lieViiuiulfHM*:;of af'huii
IiinoyXl'ho iiio^
. '!��;i >fJ .y I'i "iV'""'-V <i�� I;;', .t'i ���>*/"-�� ifi oo^fl i ii i .;ff i'-hi* ri.-'^-i {.t
:nnviiiuiifyf *fl!.e ifriotlffeiim-ni<l a^;iiht
baifftlij]', licit. 'liiVfitf.ff'rheiif hev^aveuiif
,,��' ii tl: fsea re 11 etl f "fi i c] ff; f 'fi rj hcM-J P: ;Scionf fa i' t \y
JiyfffJet:: goffffayfsoiiliei'V :\vho.f:lia(i fuiS.:'.
^I'^l:! lyff;wou.nile(lvviii:-| lie f hear! yehfi ne-
��� !'J��io:*'e;l:,tli'Viserap'.he.*ij.r'' over',
'.to. iliilisrll': "fyft.  fv'ff' vv f ": ,W
fare siiiiii'v-Kpoil.'-shoe.s. Iiere. anil 'I
���'"'f.afialyflo' liui'yf.iln'iiifu*iili
l;eet,v; ,flfll���'(���liirnjjb.'-'iniur.fiot' ii"
i'f'aiilinS   the. ivllcs ffhef; ifi'iiiii'f;
l.vfAli'l-'aiii||.irsfiori h'g.yll,
'shoe aiiilioiinil' it 'a  i;t-
'a'ml,, said
vlii:tU'i; |f;i
llptHif (*tii'jH*rr: I
V reuiovedvihiy
"rhef:! flu>fyiii::i
provided   lYii-,
fllaiikDiaf f'iih;
...fit fa
!(l.:fa;i;i-|iif(H|e   ;;:id   W;i:
;���..-.<:'"r:'iiiif i)ip\C(l . I>.v fyii.
���The Jicld waslel'l i:i pus'
Dend.itry In Jniiiin.
You must know that a Japanese dentist: never uses anything but his lingers
when extracting a tooth. They have
no'surgical Instruments. This is
they are able to work: A ntimboi -���
holes are bored in, a plank of wood find
pegs inserted in them. The plank is
laid on the floor, and tho novice pulls
them out with the finger ancl thumb of
his right hand. By this,, practice
strength and dexterity are acquired.
Then an oak log with oak pegs is tried,
and the young man Is kept on this for
a year.
The third year Is.put In by operating
on a slab of marble which contains
numberless pegs of the hardest wood.
After this ho is qualified to gc Into
business. A thorough workman will
grab a patient with his loft hand and
yank out five or six tool Ii with the right
hand without even stopping to rest. It
seems impossible, but practice and long
(raining will enable any ono to accoin-
:>!:,<h it.     .
.   Canada stands   eighth   among
Maritime,nations of the world.
,   "          if
The earnings of the United States
Steel Corporation, for August' will
exceed $ 13,000,000.
session   of. tlieffU'iiidii,..forces.    .XeX
ynioi'iiiii^:���theyy.-oi'*;*   ill'   burial? Iifeiii.
:XWhile alMg li'oii'Vns-'being.t'huf: I'oi'lia
()ffah.|ii!ti;iedvai"iiis���iifnfij legsCforper-ilfAle
f'y tfadileii s,eni: word  tof'the ser-e:iiii'iii
..������, -.yhnrw of filial fdei:: i.i about'his'*?:;!)t)f f"?
yf   ''He's   enuy;'*.f.fieplie,|fft|u,  sergeant.
f ff'.n,:l'('*sf.i';:^'1'pliU��"agoi)Joarl'offleft.
f-fleg^. all looking al;ke,faiid'how are we
��� to; pick'out \iW>':;'yA:,::y ff'"fy'f," XfX-:X
..; Xiifi'irori wfisfiinideto do so.  .After:
ff ��"- lm;:'f or s;^o t lief UVst liinbf vi-ns tossotl
, ,,jn i ii i "l,i e pit..- a nd t hefmen |u,-i ti'Slibvel
: .-li'i-i viiriflieyliruyfAs ihfey' worked 'a way
���������'������,!h'*. ><.'i"gi,'.'iiijvsutlH('.ulyfsai(.l':f. ���- v ff      '
i.X'jlU'y'Vv I'UWy bllMynitVef.OVI'rlooloHl
,..i.ha,if le^vfin   tilt- ffiiushesf    Vo,-;   smithy
f. haunt iiiit'anii diiiiiii if luf"' f ��� ZZ'
- X"Ki;i ',ihere's   siiiii'l'ihing ;lnsidef:f the'
vffioifk.'.' s'ild'.Siiilih,'..���;no:dl'asy;fiiowyt'ill
f;lf see whal  llf is.",:  ;i���','���;a-P y''yA.'.y ,'.'..
.-Vfillrv Ids knife lire; soMici f i:[;-;,ed ilp
. tlic'seck- 'and tiieicfw'iisd'hi'f eoiVprai's
f g..eciibi!c|<sf, Uniy.filirCi'f of , lhe  party,
f saw ihe money   fThcy wlifkeil'iii each
oilierfnnd ;po'ckeie(|f|lief lind; and , later
oil iiiade:a.,(livi(le.'yTliat:cIosed;.tlie hi-
'eidciii ffor   several   .weeks.   'Corporal''
Tho Interested En^iionmnn.
A story Is told of an aristocratic Eng
lish immigrant who happened to be on,
board of a train that was held up by
robbers near Grand Junction, Colo. Tho
desperadoes put the conductor and fireman out on a pile of rocks alongside
the tracks and kept (hem covered with
Being content with pillaging the express and mail .cars, they did not Interfere with any of the passengers, but
tho Englishman was so delighted at
tho notion of encountering an adventure that he Insisted upon leaving his
car. When the porter tried to restrain
him, he replied, "But I want to observe
how they rob a train In this blooming
country, cTou't you know." He did actually got asfar as,the platform,when
n bullet through his hat persuaded him
to retreat.���Saturday Evening Tost.
Thlnpn Yon Cnn See Tlironffli.
"Now," said the teacher, "wc come to
transparent subjects. Give us an instance, Miss Sophie."
"A pane of glass." ���
"Very good. Now another?"   ���
".V-n-keyhole, sir."
McFadden   was si m   to n   In
WiishiiiL-ioii and <oon rallied,   viio sol
dlerj. who hail :'c|,|,led Ids money went
to ihe front, and one day before i'elers-
,burg   Smiili   wa-   mortally   wounded.
'I'd case liisMjij-cieuce lie told about Hie
"divide." and n  (-hiipliiin  wrote down
l,:s   coufe--sioii    When   life  oilier   two
men  wriv called  up.  n���.>v denied  the
siory    A sui-con and a snnT ollicer be-'
came liiiere.-i. I  w'lh i|u. chaplain on
one side, and the capi,.in (,r t'onipany
!i,   Ihe  colonel  of  (ho  Slxteenih   and
oibcis look up (he other side.   Curiously  eiiiiimli,  the soldier  who stole  ,Mc-
J-'iiildi'ii's shoe crime forward and  acknowledged ll, but It was a long time
belor-e ibe money could he traced.   By
this lime colonels, brigadiers and major
,   generals   had   become   interested,   and
Corporal    McFndden's   nnme    was   a
household word in the Army of lhe Potomac.   At  length   (ho  gulliy   private
broke down and confessed.   He got off
wilh ihi-ee months In a mlllf.-try prison,
while Ihe sergeant was1 drummed r*it
of the army.   Between them they had
lo.nuiko.g,iod fl'.i! ifiyOO.aiKl the.boys of
the Six lee nth chipped in' as iiiiic.h,iHoi'e
and so lhe soldier who tost his leg and
his shoe and his   bunk   deposit  didn't
come   out.  so   badly after all.    On.'the
day Lee .surrendered, and while we were
having a lively .skirmish,,-! slaif fillieei-
, rode   up, and   ordered   us. lo fall back
and ��� aii'ii.diiii.ccd     Ilia I,   ; negotiations.'
were in progress,    There were cheers I
���o I'.
We havo recently received a* book
entitled "Home Xursing" published
by the Davis <k - Lawrence Co., Ltd.,
This publication contains practical
instruction for the performance of all
ollices pertaining In the sick. It tells
what to do in case <f accidents, treats
with nearly all (he diseases to which
human flesh is heir to, as well as containing many recipes for preparing
solid and liquid food for the sick No
home should without a copy of if. It
is a vovy attractive book of about 50
pages, and can be obtained upon application to flic publishers, Davis tt
Lawrence Co.. Ltd.. Montreal, enclosing to them 5 cents in stamps to cover the expense of mailing, etc.
An Fiiglish syndicate with a capital of $25,000,000 lias been formed to
operate pulp mills and ship pulp Id
Fngland for; manufacture into paper.
(' Washington shingle-mill owners
claim they are being ruined, because
they are', ii liable to ship their output
owing to shortage of cars.
Kowland Bi'ittiaii, patent attorney,
Vancouver,, reports a patent issued for
a c'oiiibinalion mulch ,box, to'Caiiiille'
St. J-uapie of Cfanbrook.
Bourne Bros.,merchants,Revelstoke
report for,weekendingAugiist. 1st.
Hungarian, per bag tJS lbs $2.75.
Wheat, per ton	
Oats, per ton	
Hay, per  ton, timothy. ..
,    Shorts	
Bran. '.'.'.'.'.'.
Sugar, per  sack, J00 lbs. .
Beets, per  11.	
Potatoes, per 100 lbs	
'Onions, per 100 lbs	
Cabbage, per lb '.....
'Carrots, per 100 lbs..	
Turnips, per 100 lbs.'...'...
F.W'.M Puoi-fiCK.
' I'4-'��*> per doz.  new laid. ..
���Case eggs	
Butter (Creamerv).  per lb.
Butter (Dairy) per lb......
Cheese!"per lb _u
Lard, per  lb.'.: ]S,
M hats.   '
,Beef, per lb..;  S to 15.
Mutton, per lb ' J5,
Veal, per lb i^'tola!
Lamb, per- lb J 5" to 20.
Pork, per ,1b * ]5
Ham, per lb  ! ,18.
Bacon, per lb..-   '',  .is
.Knurrs.    ,      .
Oranges, per doz '. . ,40.
heinous,  per doz .10.
Apples, per box 2.50.
���   Pears, per box 2.50.
'    JII-TAI, -'.MAItKET.
Copper. Xew York, Lake Jl.1, electrolytic 11', London' X5L 10s.
Lead���Xew York. $1.05 to $4.10;
London,   til 5s fo .��11 ().- 3d
Silver���Xew    York,52.t.
attributedfbyftlic! .''medicalffprpfefssion
to,.a greater' tendency:of flatefyearsi. to
catarrhal vaihiieiits. .fwAt' tliCff .Drqiiet
tngti tutfef careful'! ^observa tions foff, tlie
history'bffth'yf casesvuhdeiv':treatment
yori/ies ftlii-5   ppiiiioii.'ffasviiioi'cffthan
half of fthe pa tights, -attribute'',ti i ofCiiufse
.catarrh, off tlie hosefandf.thrpa'tfcxteiid-'
,fiiig'!to. tlie.':(;ars. ���. A-jPy; f fff ff ;;v :f-...'.: f''X;ffff.ff;f-f
: Aiifdnstajifccfpf iVnffobstinateffornifbf
defective jicMi*ing,attfi*ilnitccl to'siiclifa
cause, f is, coii faiiied' in,f the y foi lowing.
,  ,..   . .extract from fthe ��� recordsVof tli'e'f I i?st'i-
lf)eiifiiess;fbr;12,;fy*eai"S. .states that f tlie
ear, trdubie^origihaftedffin ffaffviolent
cold;fwhichfsettled fiii":(liefhcad-rai'id
earsyffThis'patient'ifalsoliadf rioiscs in
.;the*i;,liCiW, :discharg(*s,: frpm,ff"the:f:earsj;
a nd f a, ba tiirrh f ofv ; thef nose" a i.d, tl i roa ti.
In'fact, co iii pi i'ca tion s f ;fo f tl I e f iii bs t fseV
cascyfanfd yet'thevvfeuref effecteddjy;the
Di-puet method^wasfconipletc;:f f yX
f f^-ffff Clacton-)*pad,vff:Stf.Oystliif:fNfr, > Coi-"
, ���*;;.������������,������ ��� a% rif cliestcr, fEngland ,'f A' A>y - -'"f v
Pp ,: fff: ,x;f .Marchflithr 1 J)p2iffyffxfyfx'f:f
x,])cary.Sir, ^Ifaiiv glad ftof'siifyf ftiiat
lii'yy'liearihgffisf fqiiitcf goodyiiofwff'vf T
donftfwa,iit to;hear raiiy Xettcr.: f I,ciiif
lifearffasvwcll nfpwfasylvcould 13 years
a^().;"fflliereforb'l dofiiftftbiiik-ylyvsliiUl1
heed fa hyf f u r tlier.. trea tin eh t.,-OJ*.:hcl viccl
Everythingf -is (finito'clear-viipw'jfffin'y
thrpatfand'tjicff h(5strilsf arofquiteffcu
ed;f'Thaiikiiig��ypuf.;for your,fkindiicss
ca' .ciu'e.-^f^'qiir&'rcspcctifi.illy, '*���; .yXX:
;f :fi: Xf''' - A i ZZ?*, PAApApy. f:P K KS'I'p>*fl'L\fl)Kff
"ffffTlipsefy w]ipffareiln,tt)i;csted iiiffffDeaT-
��� ii ess; ;ff orf d iseiifeqs ���''������' of ft .11 e ea r, V hose, ��� vf or.
tfhroat.ffciiii obtain fa free copy off the
"Journal fpr,thef: Ocaff,y with a'y;Stip-
pleiiiciit" cpiitaining detailed accouiits
of f upwiirdsf'of,iO;:cases cured vdiiring
the. past ihoiithjff by...:'addressing.'.''tlie,
Secretary,'���' .Drouct: Institute, 72   Uti'J-
���eiit's'f.Piijk-rpad/ffXf' !\V., ,Lpn'doii,.'Eng-'
land.;. Eiiclifffjournal is,, acconipanied:
by.a If^itienIs.Report-.Forni.fw'jiich enables '-jijiplicaiits to f receive.full partic-,
uiars - fpi-fapplyir.g this trcatnient' iit'
lipin'c.--i.ioA'n'y'-������ advice f by'f; cdiTCspoiK
fence is absolutely frcc:y \"Ay \ ������;���. y"X,
Royal Mail Lines.
Cheapest Route to the Old Country.
-     ALLAN* UNE-J.'1'oiii.MuiiIi'cii].
I'roioi'iiiii       .      .    o'   ,  ,.
I'.irMiu,   ���-.,-...   -s,.n   -iv
1 llllJhliin - SVi.i   ���>-
Corintliian   -     ' Oct."!
Luke CliainpUin
J .like Oritano   -
Livku "Krie
Lake Jlcganiii;   ���
Lake iSiincoc   ;
Grout Un inn and Ireliuul. and uthpcuiniiv low
rates to all parts of tlie J-'uropemi continent
A])])IJ lo noai'0-.l railway or stwimship agent or
T.  W. BRAfDSHAW, Agents Revelstoke.
-l'-rom I'oi'tliind.
���'    -'.   --    ���  Soj'l.ij
.Sept. L'll
���  |   -   Oct. 11
I'Voin Jlontieiil.
���    Supt, II
���      -      - "   11
-      -      -      -     "    IS
"       "      ".    ���       '���   25
Oct. *J
Camborne has been called the
Rossland of the Lardeau.
I I'
Many  bdieve th;it jCamborne'has  a greater
future than any milling camp in the"West.
Iliosc who are wise and can size up a '".good
thing '.' are getting in on the Ground Floor?
Some  of the'best  lot's   have already
-snapped up.    Don't you want one ?
'Twill Make Money for You While You're
Sleeping. '    ,
.. $32.00.
... .2.00.
H. S. WALLACE, MANAGER     -,   -    - , .    -    CAMBORNE, B.
uralo Wall Finish.
Curries all   Classes of 'r'ussoii'-'orf*
81^ Hours to Montreal.
.Mp'N'TK ic a l (y i li, f Im peri a \Z: Li ni i tctl)
1 his finish is mdie popular  this  year  than'
��� ever, and has won its popularity by its durability   ���>
pretty tints, and the'easy   mode  of  mixino-  ancl    '
applying.      . "    ._ , . ,to
,. Put, up   in" 23, beautiful   shades  and   Whita.
Ask your dealer for a color card   or send direct to
McLennan,   McFeely  & Co., Ltd.,
122 Cordova Street  -  yancouyer, B. C.
xFot- full, in form a t ib n a nd p:i rtlic 11 l:iis
���\PPb"f-to nearest iigenfc:y  .ffff   :f'     f/f.
;'������'' Tl 1 of 11 c\\-fsugn l-f.indiisfcry, 1 ic'iitied '.by.
Van Hqi'iic and ���Spreckles', will estab-.f
'ish sugai'���i"eliiiei'ie's;viiif Ciuiada With .a.
capifciil pf4ti,006:000y
;:fff,Tli3:saiiWon jiackv
25,418 cases.^v'vf
tliis; season   was
T. \\
Moscrop Bros.
Sanitary  Plumbing, Hot
Water & Steam Heating ||
Second Street, Revelstoke
Comfortable '.*�� Beautiful
Furnished Homes
ThU U YOl'Ji I'u/i'-i:
YOU flumlil fni/iport it.
One ��'ny to fin tlinL is to pati-oni/.t*
(lie lii'ins h-Ikis-l* iHlvi'i'tijemtMitsappi'iir
in this paper. In . (irdi'i'iiig im-ntion
the Kootk.vav .Mail.
Jas. I. Woodrow,
Retail Dealer In^^as^.
Fish and Game in Season.
All onln-s prompUy llllcd.
'to .sell f:PEINTEKS^f;i^js;-_a"
journal for adrei'tisci'^ptitilishy
ed weekly atjivo (lollarsffayear.���
���J.fcftciiclies the sciuiieevaiKlvprac-.
arc made possible without great expense by
ehoosing' from'our large and varied stock.
Cloldon and Flemish Oak Fiiniiture/Cross-
ley's Stipei'b Carpcets and Kuj*;.'", Scotch and'
.Ei!g!id!s"I.i!io!cnni?=.50c-to $L50 yd. Silvcr-
.u-aic"lha t wears���''JSA7 Roger Bros." French.
Sw'ss ami English J.acc Curtain-? ��
Catalogue' oi   Saniplec
fffylf-iirgC' Illustrated
frce.of Cliarc:e.' ff^  :f
Furnishers to all Classes.      Victoria, B.. O.
tiee of Advertisi
ng;nnd is highly
festcenied by tlic.fniost sfiiccessliil:
adrertisei'sfii'i"this'fcp'ti'ii'try andf
C'reat fHi'ita.iii;;;f Liberaifcoiniiifs-,
sipn. allowed, ff Address. I'R INT-
lORS'fbNK, ,10 Spruce::Si.,:Xew
'York.yf-'v---.-y Pa;. X'Xf'-x
Hipans   Tubules   hold   their   place   as ,tlie
cJyspopsit", indigostion, stomach, live,- ;ilKl bowel    ���,   ^  1JUllu,li:il0  ,W1U
const.panon. i\o oilier sinjjle remedy has yet been found since the tWilM.t 0��
of medical history ��|.icl. i.s capable of doin�� .0 much ^ood to so lar��e a majoritr
of iiiiiiikind. .
supreme   remedy which cures
troubles,   sick  hcadncho  and
"A little rain lays
much ijust."
A little finish covers
muclr'shocldy, in
"As good inside the
finish as it looks outside," 13 pledged by
the,Makers' price on
the sole of���
Goociyear Wel'.cd.
A   Bargain   to New
KOOTJ5XAY.MAll, willi Family
Ucnild nnd Weekly Star for baliinco
of .1902, with Coronation Pictures
of King Kdward and (iticon Alexandra for $1.7"). . Atltlnvs
KOOTENAY   MAIL,   Revelstoke.
Standard remedy (or Gleet,
Gonorrhcca and Runnings  /uirvv 1
I IN 40 HOURS.   Cures Kid- IffllUf J
ncy and Bladder Troubles.
���      The live-ecu packet  is   enough   for an ordinary occasion
i he family bottle, sixty cents, contains a supply for a year.     '
Cook's Cotton Boot Compound
Is successfully lined monthly by over
'10,000Ijitdics. Safc,circciunl. Ladlesnulc
your druggist for Cook's Colloo Root Com-
^....A^-nf \ "'"fih"" *"' yx>* �� union kooi com-
f?nTfd���-(ia'lke "�� ?lil(;r' "s "" 'Ml��t��rc8. pills ami
linitat oris are clnnBerons. 1'rlco, No 1, n Z
The most eomiik'1.0 Health   Resort on
the collijiiciil, of Noi-t.li A miltIcii.   Situ-
1 or 2, mulled on receiptor price iind'twoS-cent
Stumps.    Tho Cook Company Windsor, Ont.
EETJ08.1 and *i wold nnd recommended by oil
rcsnouglblc Druggists lu CJaimdu.
No. I nnil Nn. '.'fin; sold 111, I nnil l,nl<c hy K"
T. Alley, find nl, lievcNIoko liv \V. Hew.-,, C. K.
Ciirlis. nnd Cmiiulii Urny-^ Hook Co. DriiKKislh
J. H. YOUNG,       ���      .      .       Proprietor.
I'est brands of Wines, Licjuors and
Travellers  to  Fish Creek will find excellent  accommodation
'it this Hotel.
Sole Local Agents
wm. After.:' ���WojBd's PhoBplodine,
Trie Great Bnijlhh Ttcmahj.
Sold and rccommcndwl^ by all
iital inidsl, scoiici-jMini'ivallL'd for Ki'mi-
dour.' 'KoiilitiK, KiHliiinf.' KxouvKion.s
.Skitl.iiiK mid SIiOoIJiik. Jtcsldciit I'liy-
siciiui... unci" Nnisc. Tclegniphic. com-
��� inunication with all parts of tiici world,
two mails arrive and depart every dayf
lis Ijatlis cure all nervous and muscular
discuses; ils waU'i's heal all Rjdnov
I.ivci- 'ind   Slo'iiuicli niliiwiifv ini.i ���ll...', I ".* r*!!-,0!""" l"*��""-K����'< oix,��o.   une wm j/muie,
inatc ail u^l'all"6 IJismis "l^i  '   0     '-   *WMTL wSEd toitL'2 IvYn^Xi
I em.   Its watci's eaii'iioG ho  siirpasscil I '        1       ColuI,any�� Windsor, Oat.
for their healin;,' virtues.
,9512   to  $15
druggists In Canada.' Only reliable medicine discovered. Six
...��,���, >���*puc/;ar/cx t/uarantcccl to cure all
forms of Sexual Weakness, all effects of abnso
or excess,' Mental Worry, Excessive use of Tobacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt
of price, one package *1, six, $5.  One will please,
Winter Terms ;
Per  Week.
Wood's I'iiospiiodixh is sold in Ilevelsl.oke
hy Canailii Drug & Hook Co., ti. V. C'liri.is, linfi
\v. Hews, and uy KrankT. A bey at'l'iout Lake,
1 Druggists.
Wholesale and Retail
.   . ':���������'.   .   Meat Merchants.
Head Oflace, Abattoir and Cold Storage:
���^^s^Oalgary, Alberta
.Makes a Delicious "Drink
f      of Lemonade   y
Revelstokei B: C 1
,vf'GAi!i)i\Ki;~-Atc-X^U;|i   Hilly on VA'ijb''
:31siXfbMar<::ir(.t. f wihbf of fxJ'ohcrt
"<,.-;; GiifnliiH'r, a^cdP>'.) fy^ars;ffff, ;-i ��� ���
fvfffJC.vowr.'Kjf��� At   Efinsii):<,V'.:JI'icli:.,  Mrs;f
;Xf,f Kiio\^
f:;Xff'agedf8S:'yc:ars..f'  '..". , ���'.''- .'������������":,,-.; AA    '--a,
Says tho News : <'''E Very body Who
witnessed tlio spirited footbiill game
fatffhcvels'.oko ,oirf.bily ��� J2t.li,���and
many more who only ..hoard of it���will
he glad lo hear that the Vernon
jnniors ani,l the,' lievelstokc club will
come togetlier again at' fair time f in
tlii.-* city,, " The Vernon boys will.ro-
smoe,,thfeir practice, whicli Jias . bcei'i
dropped during tliofhot���;weather, .this
wfcl-y and expect.to He in \ 'good form,
to nu c��t' Ilieiranta.gOnistsf:iii the 2Jlh
when ;imatch, is o.vpooled, that will.lie,
worth lookingfab'' ,'yf   ; ���   '   f f'
" ,Jb Hyatt'.-; seqw .met with, a , niis-
"j)-'l> "gain last ive.li in fine; ell'ort, to,
get tlirotigh the., canycni, .the engine
being thrown oilt .of position fand- almost carried o'lVftlie'.'-.'SCuW.'..' ,f Wednes-
day another attempt y:as inad'o Us] 'get.
through fbut ,fthe rollers'.ff used foi-
replacing''thef fen-lbiie fluid ; hot heeii,
removed j aiiil-the'engiive waff thrown
'rotind,'breii king the shiift.f f'f This :'\ynS:
repaired:' yesterday'f and ' vf aiiotlici'
attenijitinade today.      >vf ;/, ;'.���"...,'.
; JIOih ..Senator Tohiplenijiiiy Atilav
will, arrive from, t li^flo tu tliefiUtli to
go,ui>'f ft ho, river, '���] and ff. ascertain "tire
pat'ire of ffiiiinrdyemyits re<|iiiicd, lo
'put-.' it in ���f|irs(.-clii^- :,, condition, Jorf
^navigation.���' fib: '.' Keeper,,"IJoii'ii'ii.iuiif
t^iigineei', and .ludge, 1'in'iii will accompany, t'hem.f .11 on. ,.M;X,Te!iipl<fiiian
proposes visaing IJonndary 'and .Soiltli,
ICooteihivbxX.xX;;,v y ������''.',''���'���' "��� ���'   '-,.
The Best in tHe World.
���'-,,���  f^tail tislo Royal Crown Sonpff
-'.' Wrappers, and in  return we ' ���<>
,      will jnailii,, beautiful  Picture
size 10x20 ; or for 25'Wrappers
...   f, your chbice of over 100 books.,vf. f,'''
;������'���  , J)rop;Us a  post, card asking    f'f
/or a catalogue of premium's"
���       to fbe,had f.FREE  for, Royal������,>.',
���.. ''Crown Soap,Wrappers.' '
-A Address,, ,,X."-.     ..    - ���'���''.'. ���,���'���'' v".
The Royal Soap Co.,
Vancouver, B.C Limited.
Social and Personal
,..";McS-.\v.-.in-Hoi;xtin:'���-.At f\Viniii]leg,
v; ���fl'hoinas' McNfalight of 11,'ilcydn J lot
"' ������f.S'pr.ingsfff; to; ffMnryf. Adivff.Horner of
fff fSouthport/fEiigliind.'ff'f,:  'ff'.fi,-xff'- P
��� fff vSeptf'3yby:Hey;'C.f'''Ladiiery'\\'i'ili!iin
ffff Hamilton to MissJbEngblqon^ljOth
,.fy.of:eomaplix.bf,:A, -f-ff-ff'.ff ',.,XyXf,:f:.-.xf
y a a JifyEnhstf yhas: ��� inip6rtefb: tlie' lit'St
A. piaiidftof^ahrbornex' ff f'f yf/..xf '���\-'---:''P:-
, ff . vfl'hc yfRritish, govern mebt-h'ayc 'ff'piir-
���'.,-���;��� bhased DelagoafBay..' -i,   vf   ���;,:yj"vf, .-'.'".,f'1
f-yXGctbberf  '^(irjiy isofnicntibhed fffaS;f
''?;vThiink-jgiving Sunday:'   ���';,���:���'��� f "!      �� fvf'fvff
v 'f  Ncyrfliport'defeated Rossland at torse-'
,f bali at Slocan ^J:onday.f,ffff fff,,ffvfff'ffv,fff,
''ffff^.fJ'liefditirned imrtibii yoffftheeity f.of
f ;;',IiOSeJiifiifdf:wj!lfl.igfre,b;iiltfin.bn(3kf';fvfy v
f f'.fff xG_,pverifipfr fjifoss, willjieff'thCf'liberalf
'.'. ff. ca iiil id a te, iii ,th,eYu konf elections.  , i;,i
.���;ff:f.f'(f)nv^UnKlayfyspor^sn*e.n;wtM*e'oiit oil
f al^,<ides aiid some jViirf-bags of grouse
f'ffqbtaincdyfx;:,......',,;y.ff:^f ff.'f,, W^f'v'ff'';:;-:f ���'
'���'ZZ ���; f.Thefcapitai of ���tire "' Revelstoke A t i i -
fff lotic Assbciatfidn'is $50pO:inylfOpO shiir-
f:vfefsfbff^fo'feac'liy'- A;..^xfy'.ff'vf.:, -f'.-ff.vf.v-vvf:;.
"'.,; ff,;f f.X.l V.c-'.' i i V.i'i >i;_o yc i i i e n 't a X''."t6' f Ll i cf^ffi-t bss 1 ii'i i "d"
ff ffwa terV Wo rk^'willxincrease'thef Supply
vf.' by'. ii'; mi 11 i o i v gal 1 oil s, f ii f wee kyfj, : fff vv xff'
f,,v. ';'������ 1,'ei'fectfliarvesting.fweafthc'r hasfbcevi
;'f:(.ffvtl]cf:ci'0])flia.\fitig been haivyesfted.,'fxy
x y ,7.1..;:Sjjroa:t^was;iknOckeclf:fiuSefnsible,
,;',,; by !a i'Ock falling pndiini .\vhilcf work-
'.'.ing'ifit the Triune,:.: but has recovere'd,
v y.;ffR. Tappingfis.gettiiigf tip. 'a ..sample
"���, of garden'-and farni .prodticef to'f show
��� ft 11ox English   editors  fas, f theyf return
vf east:',''v''''x,.:fffff''f,ffi-X:v'''''f'''v;,f-"-'f' *'���;
v Mrs. Gardiner,; wife of Robt. Gardih-,
:eiv died at Xotchf JLill on Sunday  iii".
vf giyiiig, 'birth'ftbtwins,f one,off' wlidni
...'riiv,'es.'-:".'.',;':'';r:i,',ff..y;, ,f "'f.f" ���;'���'��-','���'",' ','��� ,f
'.���;:, The fMiiier statesf--that While atfthe:
,. coast J, Eiinst   purchased, fa carload 'of
.'fiurnituref forfhis new hotel atCafm-
',,:' borne.- '���:'������������ i-A ���'������'���Paa^- .A:,A, .-���AA-A-.,
ThcMetropblitan   and Great Wqs'.v-
cn't. companies have joined to; put'" in
teleplibnes   to the'Cup,,,Nettie1 Lf, and
yTrhinofx,;:  -,,, '���..-���if.- '���. -f'f ���','', yy:f'''vf;y
yf: The- Eagle saysini hers and btisiiiess^
,f men will erect a.hospital, at Ferguson,
f, W'liOM .liiilgefljeybiefconiinitleiyivl-
it'or l\6,l^;.pii-o: the A\'estiiiiif.-ter ller-
iildfto y'risiiii fora liioiith for contempt
of'fcourt the, peoiiie,,'.ul"New. U'ostiniiis-
^f: r'took theroof < >IV ' the . gab I. fa nil -released the editprX Theyvwenttto''tlii';"
,J tulge's resitlenei.: ���-, a nd fgrbii hed their,
disa]iprova I oifhis condnet. , The jiidge
lefffoi'the inleribr fnextf nioi:hin^|v;
���"���: liVfA.f Upper and .If Guydiarber, vis-'
itedy,SaflmonfAi'.m f for'the,'open ing of
tl're ishootiiig-fseasbh and gqtf goOfl'
b'jgs. ���:: Amongst- theii'f ga'iiie wasm line
[ff-CoAiobPU. Jliii'iie'A- Go. for W.  11.
^Corsetsff,,;f.,fX,.'x.ff,;..':,y.ir,' -xv;.';v.: :'-'fv. ���;,
^ - J'otatoesffff*l..0p,  ['or -flOO lljs. *>tx'R;
;Taj'i]iingV.ffff      ' .���;��� '^'A^
P; Rhubarb'-for preserving II cents  pei*
llrata*', fM,aley|s.  ���f  ���:.'  fxf'-'-v PZ''y/ '���'
'W:tt^riii'oof.fooats,v all sorts, atfC; 11.
Iliuiieyt/Gb's.y XyX", ;;���". ;.���;���;���.
��� ,Tli.e Tiu*ioor- ilottd, Deatpii^ is advertised for .sale. : f; f .''���.'.-. ..'���;>
;��� ,f'.lvfl'"-ffMclffeOtl liiis;f opened af restaui*-
ani at Caniborne.f'y ; P P' f'f ������'���'"-: fy ,
...'."Tht! CiiyfCouiicir iiiyiti's:" a'pplicat-
iotis for.tlav'position'.;of City:,Clerk...., f:
,, v Xew,stock of;l,adie.5 a ml, gents Slater,
shoes just arrived,'at C. 'll. JIuiue.A
Vo'PaaPP:Zp Z 'xf:'Xf'"ff'ffX ,fV "'.'',������ x
;: ;Souvenirf,l,)ishes;���a ncw; lot���-just1
'bpeiicdfvat fCanadaf Drug; &, Rook Gp:
cityff^ffffy'f :--/f,-ff'  i.x ��� :f-'U-fy..f  '���  .jfff.'".;-'v.,
yvTIie registered capitfal of,0.'-15 irunief
and Co. limited is$70,000 iii 75 shares
of $1000. y   ff :'" ���������".-���    '���'. yA'P:-\ "'-ff
' "* ", t",'   ��� ' ���*",'��� "x ��� ,'���.  ��� '������',   ���
fvfTliefpiu-est'driigsfandfcliciiiicaIs always ,kept a11-liefCiiuadii;'I)ri<g A JJook
:Go.-,..cit.v. :-,f;ffffff'f,f:-v'ffff''':X-f P'APaP'Z
report. P\\ iicks  plentiful  aiid 'finvgood
cpiidiifionffiis'tlievWr(lsf;i;ty0 heed:fowl- -'  '~pZJ^iirjfi.s .tfCo.'fflosef^,500.In-, the
ingfoh the graiiffnelds.11 f ff ffv,-?; ,'v f f  .fiJ^'ssb'U'lyflire.ff fThe,.dirm:\vill; rebuild
"  ' ' '""      ' iii brief
Xf \\fyfA:;f;l'oo|e ainl:,)fff Ringerf,picked,
u.pf a JfeaiXsloryff onyvMbiiday;��������� wliilc'
shpptiiigff ofii tlie;,s6ut,h;,fi,i'ackv.f tliey
ran ;en tp-aboarXwithf two ciib-sy .'Slib
fgafve'Chasiyaiid Jthey,fein'-il,H:(h the liiii-r
ri'elij'of:tfli;'irfgiilis: iiito lier Avith theffe;-
f'si i 11 ..if 1 iaft ���' si i of too k f a ii o t h er f co ti rse. f'vfv r
*f Afsppciiii-f nutting'���;, of the bbard, of
^lii'Cfnsiiig cbniinissionoi'S was,1 helil'at'
.t lib1 prpyiucia if police (fillicevOuAVediiesy
day fvfo' consider f I life ���:, applibatidiifof:
(f). 'fCleiiienis forfaftransier;,vpf f license.
l'(ji" the :!.elfiii)(f ll.blelfvJVakusp; froiii ,j;.
���tlect'ir.'v ,TI'io:|i;aiVsfer was. grant i'dv ffv
f ;f\\fllite,canvas dyeralI.s,,:uicl Jumpers
f(ii' yiiiaspiis, aiid iilastcrcirs at f'C;, 11.
Iluin'0'& Go's.f,  'fff ffff ffffff'f ff ffff,' , fff
������'*��� Ci|cuinbt;rs, tfffftoniatocsyf ' ppt;itoo-*.
peasfffcabliafge,, faiid:v '; carrots ' at . J;
Ma ley's, opposite postbtlice; f PAP; v , f
v<v; Redffwhitc,,aiid;'black ctuTiuitsyvand'
gooseberries,'.0 cents per f pound, fatf J;:
Maley's.oppositofpbstbliicfe. '������';'-~ AA-'PZyP
f"fMis.s���Tiiifnrosefisf btVering for, i^alea,
choicevfiissortinent fpfffaiicyf;articles
j'which 'iifi.iiy,.bc'seenfat'ftlieFfstpi'c.f^.f"P y
11. Howson reiuriiod   frPm tlie East
,oii Saturday:,    ' ������''   .���      .,';
f fMissfPagetf, of Calgary, is on a   visit
to.C. I3'v:],agot"s,fiimily., a'��;���'."������;���     .,���'',������'
Supt.' KJlpat'J-ick , i,s coniincd tof, his
room with :i!bad,cbldf   : ,���;'.'���'.
"Miss,l<e;iton has gone to Michigan,
accompanied by Jliss.Steed. ���       ���
A J. Siddle, formerly of tlie;G.\ IP AA
shops.here, is on.a visit from   Tacomaf,
, W- 3JolliSon'inteiids gbingfto fMont-
reiil to take,tip the study of electricity.'
yi- 15. ,f\lcKoii7.io ;and M. Winslpw of
fCaiiiborne were: in .the. city yesterday.
>frsT G; li: Skeiicretiirned on, Wed-
iiesday: from her / holiday .trip v'to
fHicks.',;   " '"   :'Z '/���:���',.,':' '������'���'' '���''.
fffBrero. Loworyy of the Ledge,���, has
been oil joying:: f himself fin1 thb city for
iivfew days.' ff fx:f ,,,���,:-";: f,:,y:-;f''yfvf:,;      : 'f
fMr.fand f\Irsf Ii. E.' JJrew,   of   Ciiiiii.
boriie, liavo'gbiio bii a lioliday" trip tof
Nelson and Sppkiiiio; f      ������""���'., ���.,'-',:,':���"'"���
Airs., S.f. G.f Jtobljiiis' returned . to
Golden 'Tuesday, after fa lengthened
holiday.!)! Royolstdko. .,  f f ���'���.���'."'���;���,,,
"',:' Dr^i'rbctoi'f of l\aiiilboiis,f has ! lieon
elected'vico:]irbsidoiit: of the f Hritish
Cfduiiifl'ia-'Modical.Association:y;'.'.��� ';' ,.
-,; A hop in aid of tlio. hosji.ital 'is;boing'
organised1 by the.hadios'.-fj(tixijiary,��� to
be held at the operavlibiiseftbnight. ���>yf
:'IMi'. andfc>3Irs. ��� C. EySlnnv expect to
flea(yo Jicvelstoke tfor'fl^ngland oh Sept.
25th,''sailing' frp.ni Xew Vork , on Opt.
.'" '���'.'.. .    :.'���: ."���'...''.        H:  ''.��� .' '-',,     ,       .    f,    '��� ���':'.���''..
llfParliain.lias 'located: ;t cattle
ranclifGOf'miles ,fup the Nprtli Thom-
soii withefxcellent liioadow jand range
lafnds.f:'v'ff)';'.f;:-ff; f;Kf,Xf;f';ff' y'xf'-V-
f Tlie Hopf^J. J).fyrreiiticef and fain-
,ily caine overffroinf Victoria ycsterdayf
and   arc on ii visitff to; 'GiVngv'fi'Jta.n'cli,;
Ashcroftvv'vyy-f-vfvf ,f::'f:'f:-':','y;fff"|xffxf ff'-f'f-ff
;f   rrcmicr Puhsniuirf ,'aiidv lamily. will
.loiiyeffl.iverpool enfrputcfhonie oiifSep-
,and l.Ibu;fl).yVr.ff Ebe'rts
" '���-.������'.���.:������'.  V���'���'���:�����������. A''"'A.    A
Election of Officers and Delegates
���'A meeting   of -the   local 'Con-,
servative.s convened   for; f Saturday
niglit at J.fD. SiblKikl'so/Hco,   was
postponed till   Wednesday,'   when'
the followingfpUlcers \vcre elected :"
President;-JV'-JE1 Scptt, 'Vice-.l',rl*si-"
dents, ffAld.:f i\Iuiinihg:��� .aiiclV C. Ff-
Lindniark; AA A. Kirk,;: Sec-treas.;
exebutiveyWxA. Foote,1-S.f Sutherland, W.,M. Brpwn. F. II.  Corsan,
W: Johiispn, P. Hooley,   Dr.  ff\Ic-
Leaii,   J.    Ringer,   li.' Stvce,- W.'
Cowan, \V, ;it.,li(.iil", v'D.  Gallicano,
J. I). Sibbald."a'';,f''xf , ���',���:>. x,'f'f
l"l rrbspectivcf of -party; Rfeyelstoke
willfaccprdfayhearty.���������.���.��� reception.'f. to
Ha vL.v Jfiorden, -ft lie ffCpiiservative'
leader, on liis;..yi.��it hcre'next week.
Fancy woi-k-,iiKlt'idiiif- Embroidered
Lunch "aiid Five O'clock Tea Cloths,
Center Pieces, Tea Cosies, Drawn
���Work,-.- Fancv C'lishions.'etc, for sal**'
iiti-easonalib' prices atAJi's.Turni-ose's
store, corner McKen/.ie ave. and 1st st.
Railroad Watches ..i
,;,    ���"'���.'" vWaltbani,faiKlv;K,]giii,.!fJlaiiip-
.    vffff   ileii,a,nd llaiuiltOnf 17'andf21
'.:;,'' jewels.'. .Vanguard, A    Elgin
'    X.   fVcril'iUs, ���'Gre'*icoiit''--:��it'f,-' Eal.l'ieiv
Py: ,TiihcVXi;''I.\;.i:.fSp('cial,'ti,fUy
,y .'.���;   ' Jxiiyuiondf AppletoirfTraccy,
���',,      X    1st Special," Seiitl.Jpi'fprico^
Watch ' Speci;ilists,f y.-iiicouyer, 'Ji." C
QK;\;i;KnvTKXPKII^Xiiarl;(:(l;'y-i:niler'-. wiil
IJ ��� Iii; i'i'i'Civ\'.il ujiin .1:; ���dVlucIf iioi'in on AVeil-
nosdiry;������.Sciil.oiiilii.'r I'i, llliii, nt, Cloldliclds, H..O.
for l lio . oi'i'OtiOn 61', a three si pry JloldSixtJO.-
l'hiiis mill .siii'-ciliuiiiioiH win he seen by iipply-
iny to tlio uiiiloi-siKiiril ut, (loldllolil-:. ,
.Thii lu'.vc-l, ur.-iny ti'iidc'r not necessarily accepted.: AddreriX : ...;;".;,..   ".���',
��� ������������' A   P .ioskpii nmvsox, V
' -!'��� "I'iKOI II. ICKKKICI!.-'
,'Caiiillcriio, H: t.'.'/.Antfiist, SK I III)".'; : "';",".f
;,-.     ", -   '   ' ''-���   - /: V.," . a   .
Homo Gpowii Vegetables
CAi3EAt;H,,OARROTH, v. y
;f : ;1 'QTATO \\H, TU11N11'H, etc'
Advertisemeiitsf tinder this heading
will be published at Pnefceiit pei',word
per issue. . 'Ca'b'h witlrordei':' fy:J" '-Py"
-"''-' a      Also lirsl, iiiii'ilily bl'well laired     ���     ���
Don't fiiil lo ^'ivif. im; ii (il'iinii'i! to 1111 yi.uirorder.
I e.'iii'Mipply'yon wilh 1'unn in'odneu of lieller
i|iiiilify nt lijwi.r prii.'LS i linn yoii'enn prociiru
from itiiyoiio:else/ v.       '
;f, f yryp ' '''f: "x"".:'"' Syl>,';<.'i:.0\\'l,K,".,'"'
���"'.''���:'���, ���',';.���:'���' '''.   .���    i-      ; l!ei'elslol;o."
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
Applications addressed to lhe uiidcr.-iKncd
will ho received up to noon on Kridiiy, Sept. li,
for the position' of City Clerk, 'I'ren^iirer, ,W
sessor and Collector of the Cily of lieveKloke.
,. Tlie salary of the coinhiiieil ollice "ill be at
the rate of .One. Thousand Dollars per annum.
The successful applicant "id be required to
all end at Hie City Ollice for leu day.-, prior to
apimintiiient, without,rciiiuiH'i,ition, and mii-l
furnish bonds totheninounl of 'J'liioe Thousand
DtiUiirs in aii'iiiiproreil Ciii.ii.inli e Company.
ff yf;. ",. c. K. SH.\\\',
.-'������'      ,   ���''.,������ Cil} Clcik.
lievclstoko, B.C., Sept. 2, l'.Kl.'.
ft 17.3 lUKofHTUKCT,  \y\XCOUVKll| IS. C
'���������"'���������'"' f  Reopens September 3rd.
;A Hoiirdinijaiiil  Day .School for (lirls, ,.(,n-
.ducted by Ilie''Diuiioisolles-. Kei'ii, ussistecl hy'a
sliill'of I'l'ol'i.'ssicjiiiil Teacliei's."::''        '
-": I'-oi'vl'i-osjiecliis, n-pply to l,!i'u'I'riiic'ipal.
li  'C    loi l,,r,,,v i,,,,',.'>U,:,���. ,t x.,y���i '������"'��������� Irayellersyvisitmg^Jtevclstokcwill
.i.i,:   (,.,��������� iv nieei , inspector1 ,ol, ronds   ������ , ,, ���'������..���.���  ,���',,.,..,?,.-.. ,    . :."���,,..,
1   ' -��� :    j Imd.tlic 'l.iestv.iiccomniodation   at.the  ,. ,... -  .���  ���
/vf-f.Oiie oT-.t-liof- best f.scli.op-'I.ST-in' ;t-]ifc:"iirpy-
        . .���       .       ..       ',-,.,   itico:  I'orythe tvalniiiir yf'girls   is   tlii.
............. ...    ,-:    ,    . ,-.,,     ......���.,.,. r\v/i,c,.1'--.y9��.; conic-.: to, Hevelstoke hail |'t;j;.lIlvi|fc Schoo] ,,vanooiiyer, eoiuluct
:iiKbwas,highly;pjeaSed;wivhvtho excel-; the -Cunt ral,,Hotel .v.btisi to tfiikc you to | C'd by thef J)o.fiioiselles Korm   y X
lonrwayfiiifwliichf , tho'Work :liailf been' af'f goodff.hotel.fvff AbrahainsonxRrofsfvlvf'f ...:������'������'���' ������������ ���'-'������������<��� ' . ",. ,x
iuid/trails.flastvweekfexaininediiif'coiii-ff f, ....-,   ���,,���.;,���',���.,    ,,,.       . .   ������.,..���    ,
tlie, vfiiew ffroailv.wofksff iji/vlffiref ;,Yi
:six daiy's earli(:r,
a :;i\lrs.viVicholspn, fwifc'fplfvvRngi.neer
'Nicliolson, who has ' bopif very ill/.lias
fstUlieieiitly, recovered to be^removed fto,
flierfhbnic'ycstei'day. ff.ffyff1,   ff'f f '.'������ vfyf
'������. fNftirsc1 ^iiiitlifvwhi) has beei.if appoint-
"eil ftp the-staIV: pf 111bv f ci ty ; hospi t a I,
;a rri ycdyi-yestei'dayvff you \a; ,, Vei'iiOiX'i tp
enter on her duties;1 f      ,,f    vfv-':fvfx���''.,��� ly
A T.f; &tarbird,ymanager foJf y theyRed
Line, at ^Vilmer, "was married iiiff:,flf)a-
kota to Aliss������l.bu.is, ,fa niecefbl' fMrs S.:
IJeayei'.-offfKairiiiontif, ffff: ; f f- '::'A
ANTKD-Coat.:: Vest fa ml "fl'arjt
v finakors.y .Aji|)ly iriiiiiedial.i'ly to
���I.fjfj. Cressinan, ]teyclstol<o'-:;v     -"-;-/:.:"-"���'. V
"ANTED��� Hotel "proprietors   to-
got: '.registers,, at- the. Kootenay
Mail ollice, Rtwelstoke.fff'v       f,';vf'".''���'���";
A A. farm 'foivsale. tfood"' buildings.':'? Ap'piv'" to
?I.rs. I). Willis; DcvelMokcD. C.   V v '
11 ley,
carried1-out''by. CyOVt-.'.ilorrisf.iiV-.'-,ff'f'fffx
f.ffAt .f thoff,nK'eiingy;off 'tjiefff hospital,
trustees oil.Siiiiii:(hiy:i,t''^'i;as ik'cided'to
place tlie fmodicii 1 'fiji'eiVffof-fthe'Vc'ity,ofi'i,
Tropsf-; '.'''-A" "fff;:''".- fw-xv-vv' -Pyp '6 -,- ;;;:f
,:,Fpr chapii'e'dvhaiidsfftry.AVitchfllazel
aiulx Alihond'.' Creain. f yTheff"Canada
'Drug it .I>opk,,Gp.:liayc it; fLiirgef bottle
it.iifeiji'iai'f'footih'g'.ln* niii'kihgfftlioirif'all'j.ior'oOcv, ff -ff; f f f::    .',>> f f'f .fff fff. "y-yff
���^1.0 tic!s"et..s'entitlnig.liglders to: tise ol '
l|,6spita Iv; ,:'f' * fff:" v ,���;.;-';;; ff'f' A'yApyA py yj
.1 IbSpilalXSociety ,'desii'Os tOifacknoivl-
edgef f.wiI:}'}': t-hitiiks thef-' refcoiptifi';!"';^oii
froin a. Iv.i��.lge,:flifoya 11y-:.X;off2-I.TS0MS4-61',
Kijgland l.!c;neli(f.,Society,fforfthofpurpose offeijiiipping al'ed in tlie Goheral
,\\,iird.f. '��� '������,(���' -' '',;<���'���': .-���'. A'. '"y/f'Xy,-,. ,;',;-,,:'.'
fl'lii.' Canadaf Drug   '!tiid'fy.ljook.;;Ci)iii-
���havo :ii.oyed1inlov tlieir ; iiew .premises
Ibf.tbe lvi|i);iti:i<f:k yblocky :f;Wliif;i*fo.; tlidy
lV*iytr:i, vifiiigiiiliceiitdyf itpijbititc
1 ,'f The,. W;' Aliriihainsoii yAdtlitidiiv to
Tr'Ci'i 11;-' .F-'Jj��'kc".s is't'iicls' rbu'i.l.N' -to: 6Jfl"iiV:;c*\"ery''
inducementvto'fthPsofwhoffwiSh tpfifnir-f
chase loft: for liriyittepi'vliifisinesspur-
pbses.'' f >."���,��� "X -''x ,X-.;'-' f ;,:- .���'��� "��� -x:Xvv-."-'.1
v',;{-.\-. ... .fy-' ,'.-' ..,'-' ;;'.;��� '"f'Xf ���'������:'���'.".:A<i>::""'r
'���^.C low le i n t: i 111 ii t t;s 111 roi 1 ixb: 0 lira cl -7
,���....., ,,     ,,    , vei'tisin<;'coluinns that: he'caiV stiiiplv
terostmg  -Vo^Otuw���"ji?  .;t 11 ,r,.-slr:ive;_.;oi��� j.;tV(Jt,6_,,;.,b.etfc^ii-^-^a-.^itf.-ipor"ti;��'h��� ���":aiiV-:
cups���saueers;,mik  buttlesy ash., travs,   i��� ,a,'. '.:< .,,     ������;;;',-��� ' ,    ,,,,, -;,; ���-, -..v.'-
-���'     :',������'   v. , ..','���     '���',   -    '"-HIS   OI;C.    '   '..     .. ...   .���   .   , ��� ." '   ��� , ".:��� -  ',.,
vitses.oto.; with a.photograph   plfthc ";���   ���""'    ,f   ���    rX.     -,-f;  ; a yX'x
steamer Ke-'olstoko, on each.''''' Z..-': jf ybofypu w'a'iij t of in sure your bui,ldi;ng.
yThcvffrichds of.fi\Irs.ret.tipiece 'will
befglVidftpleanifthatffshe'i'i 'ncnvffi'Ocpy-
ering :,fi;pni,vlierf'���Jfeceiit''fillness.ff111 er
to.ft 1 it!fcb:ifttfift. 11 is week.;;f.fyff vffff ;,-f ,f
.'.~'-fN"-iiif*s'cf J jN.I'c.Iy i 11110 n jT-'f'^fiii >ji t-rcj iifffVcifiV ft'I i'c
hbspitit], liasvbobn'f terribly fvoyerwprked
,sihcefeiitei;infg,'6nfff:he'ry dtitiosffff'Tast
week sheffliatl/vthreo: daysff/andfnights
cpiitinupti^'diityfwitliPut;rest.f>;ff���; -yfyf
yTheffonlyvRritjsli vvCohiiiibiiinsfpres-'
'esfffiind4irs. ::il)unsiiitiir,vflfl.oh; DZ f^l.
Eberts"f,an:(lvvllpii.f .Fustice jryihgf 'all1
difily iittii'ed'fiii,court, c6stu 111 e,-;,.'
;'|Ti6lt.:.RA"i.K~At;'' Ari'o\vliead 11'siiiall slock of
J. ' fruit; caiiiicd kooiIs, liooks uml .sial.ioiiery',
ainbiiiitinir to ahoiil,.'?l(ia: also store and .dwelling for sale or rent. Address; i\li\s. Hv li. .lohn-
son, AiTo'u'iiead, Il.vG. ..���'������;.'-. Xf'ffv fi'f.ff11' 'f 'f, ,.
rniiKfpiONKKi; ,:noTKb, ivioa'I'on,;' h;,,c.
.1. . The soliuMirse.ol'vuiy- selline; out .IS' l.liul/I
liaveto leave this   (I i.> trici.  ou ���aecoiinl,   off ill
lit,ulLli.'-",Appl\-.io'',ly.:'>   .'...'""'������"';    :,; 'f      'XX
.fy-v,c,.,..,'������;;;       .   iSAAellATK,' Projiriolor,1.-
;.:,;:,i.,y;..,'-,-":',,;-.:.:;.,,..",, ,:'i..v.xiioiiton. 11. c.v:
v ���'���';:, ruovixciAiv klkciioxs act.
UKyiafsroici: Uriiixo or* \\ 1 -i ICnon ^,^^, in
/TimW'KKT  I\0(l'l'i:XA\   j;i I (-IOIIAI.
'���,':'"    :: ' DrsTKic 1,
���VTOTICK'Is lierehy K'iveii Hut J >.lmll, 011
1_\ .Alonday,' the Mind daj of Nn\ cinbir iiusl.
bold a Court i. f Itnvision foi (lie puiposeof
heariiiKand determining inn 01 all obii'dioiis
a^niiisl, flic releution of a'nv niiineoi n.uues 011
fhelici-'islerof Voters'for Ihe Iti-uMoKu Kid-
inK of U'est Kootenay, in the MYm Koolenay
Klecloral District. Sneb C0111I will he open ul,
I'J o'clock noon, 11L lhe Coin 1 Moiim.-, KiveKloke1
II, HA   ������:���'       ���'���������-X, ���.'���'���' ���     1.
.-',,,.;"���      KIIKD I'KA^IOII,
������,'.'"���.���'���'���������,���   Colleclor of Volei-, foi the Ke\cNloke
������!'������ ������':. ItidiiiK'of Wesl  Kootenai, in  ihe
-.;-,, AVest Ivool.cnaj KIkIiuiiI Di-,liitt.
Kf-vcistoke, II. p., August Ji liin.'. sep .5
mffimilK-'AiwvM f 1"��"'"-''���'
:,f, ^vJ.~A<>;i^^^y ���:���'f *;Uvh'' ��� limb's fare
.'.vf ff '"^tj-r^^v^"������.���'��� not 11 rtislic they lire,
A'A Ay/[J~Ay;^^Ay-a ;,i:i[\^
mow SALE.
|/<OItySAU'''--C'houp: ;|IJ-ucrescif land ,with
.1. v f.KOOit. h,u ihi i njrs a lid, I. rst.-.class: wilt erivorks:
two Ki'cciilibuses', ci'.eli .'.'Oxlli' feet; .two acres of
sti"n\vbi;i'i'ios..all firri[;itt.cd: all improvements,
etc.; ��� jjood 'iiiiu-kets.' li'qi- further iii format ion
apply to Kniche liros;, Sa.vwiird,:n. C.v      <XX.
. .,.f''.'-,1.'--<Sv'
j.nIlEf^'KOq'lMil^Ayf'ff.AlAlbf ffJOB
-k|..-'    1'i-i^iYiri^'fIf>t*'|),-ii:LiHOfiit;f is pciiii ji]ji:*d,
with thef latest; a ui Iff heSlf machinery,
nnd viiff large assbrtmoiil, Of Tashk'nahle
l.yiief faces. \Vi*f<solii:ii; oi'dersft'or fall
UiiVils' ol'f|iriu:iiiig--iu)!:fiiili'!,bi!ing, too
large aiid niolieyfonvsinall.;,; Carolfiil ai,-
LiMifinn is given 'illywork1,,andfsiifisi'ac-,
tipiiffgu'ai'aiil:i'(f'd.V'!iV;ti;jiil fiirdei v, will
ciiiivincO'yfoiV thai fit'-pays taliayovypur
printing fcliiii^f ;it;fftbpf'Kiyc'teiuiyyiliiilf
pniiavHf'VelsflifikivvfvfX; f   ,; ���'���':���-. -A;A-
In the lnal.ter of tho "Coinpinu-. Afl IH!.' lo
lS!l.'l"iiiid'iii,lhe'iiiatter of Ihe Snn-liiiie L1111-
il.ed. in lifiuidiition., v
rplfK creditors ofthe abo\e n.uiuil ("'onip.inv
��� .!��� are reiniired, 'on'"or hi Ion Ihe Jdlh d.iyof
October, 11102, to send their names,mil ikIiIicsm'--
and the particulars (olf: fliLii debls or 11,inns
vcrilieil and the uniiios and adiliesses of Ibeir
solicitors,1 if any, to (.'harks Mill, Collide Hill
Chambers, College1] I ill, London, K C , l'.iiBl.indj
the duly a|ipointod ii(|iiidii(.oi ol Ilu. said Com-
pany.or to J. V. Aruistroii);. Iii \ektol"o, It. (.'.,
bisiiKonl, and if so ,re(|iiired In notite 111 \um-
hiK. lo conic and;prove such ilrbls or claims al
Such finio and place'us shall he aniioiiilcil in
.such nolice.or in (lefiiiilt thueof lhe\ -li.ill be
excluded fi'iiin the licnclllvol auj disiiibiilion
iiiude hefoi'o.siicb debts'a re ]iio\iil.
Dated,this lib day of S.cplembi 1, 1IH1J.
ffXyfffff        ' xfffyfCUAKI.I.S IIII.L,
      -���s���'AA.A'Apy-'-".-   pel hisAtrcnl,
:'y���:..���',���'���'.'",; V"f' 'f   .1. V. Alin-IIOUK.
f. Pai-ham iUidfjIvreilvTiiykirfleft for
Kliniloops this,\vook and yent; uj)-";t, 11 c,
'3ifprt.li Thomson witli 11 yiowof "locat-
iiig'permanently on'some of tlio lands
'available forvrancliiiig iii that  sectipn';
.������,:.    ... ���-������.., ��� .-  ,-   ,   -,      ���,,.        ...    ;  ' T hos'.'   31 c N i ui g li t,',' i�� a h a gc r d f   t he
"'i'i     ,��� n  ������' ���    "������'��� X'   i-i,    -; A��������������� y aiHbproporf.vat.the ,ie.st ,rates   and in    |.r.,if.,.nn. [fnr^nvinos S;.,ni|.iriiini   ����
lhe lo  uwir.gis thelij!  i.u oasscmrcrs |  ,,,,,, i ���.���,,,,.,,;���,',: v. 'ti, ' v, 'vi,.,,., ., ,\-i .'t '��� i ll'*,lt.v011 Jlot' minings oami.ti lum, was
iv .siearner Reu'lstoko for weekendhuv R''1'��� "   c'--;����.1��M.�� ��.��-���*-���'. -..IJivxi cli ��i-��...*V.p?f:^r��i"i.iLrrie*I." -mL.--. "VVimi ipcir "-l^stv" \veok'<.- to
'    ^ftiihli ^^ Southport, Englafnd;
j long'and happyyyeddedf life;.'���.���'.;.. fffff'f  ; ���
Iv inm.'in', -���fllorne. ���!,. Hweeiieyvt'ajii
T'l,iighos;'lv,OA\'ens,Wf" WyMcliitosh
and' nan}! cl.it tosh;  '    f   ';   :      fv   :'; f
ff. Ah v, i ni porta irl fcha n uiv .li'ii's.'f'ta'ki-'nf
place iii thefcoiistittiticin of;,thof Uevifl-
stpke' Lumber.Company..,!!; Howson,
and . fl>;>h.;Ri>bihson vfhaving sold out
their in tores ts tof .vCX ly.lflnine atiflfC,
��� lyf-Lindniark.-y ,- fff :, ���;��� f;: ��. a-.
' Katvirday; ������ Augn?!,.;ji),yva.Hvv'ory , wot
out;. ,-Th^ oki.'i,i:onj,scureci aSftindor; ',;.:
������'"fff.   ' ���'������,';.''������. ���..-.'    .���' , ������$>! ���",   .;v<��;i ���':���.: i'^v    ,���''..���.���
town'rds-.,twliicli"...$1500.litis beeii,sul
;scribed;f:.ff";''.'ff-fy'Xxx f-'f" ;y y.y-.f
An Indian was toi'riblv riian'tri'od' bv fUrucfjiafu-son.,
. j a .grizzlybea'r.wliie'h   he   wounded
'   Ttfcxatjle/co'iii^
Zoalundfiind   Australia,via thcTacitic,!:1'^ b^Mlflaee and arms . badly .lacerat- y   <w "Nlojidax
Ocean'vwill be ready forf, business
O'lcx fThe'iiianfu;aS
lOSjiitaif ';.',',';��������� .   ;������
reniifivod to ,\ crnon.vftl
.   ��� Thcfregularvshobtiiig season opened.
: pi'i'.JMcinday, but ; t'o.r.f-' pliOiisants   aiid.'
.:fijuui! at the coast the opening is'post-.
. ".-pon'od tili Oct. 1st.   '"ff ,'f; f",f.' ���'.. 'Ap.
���ff. C....I3,. Jlnmeand Co.: arexdelivering
tho brick   frpii)   their' y.ii'ds'f;yit, the
y Turn-Tuin.    .   The   brick.xthey   havt!
t'urii'c.'d i,lit, is of. iirst-cliiss (piiility. f
''   TIk-. caiisoMif thef .e.\'[ilosion of   tlie'1 of &P,
���:''||j,ia!i''yi".in.gasplin'e-:laiiiiclris nowvattrib- j     tZ,
..ttt'.d    to .y/liie   gasoline,  having   boon'
-������ii.t.x Uiei^at, wlfile filling'- tlie.n.'S'-
ervuiiy      ','���'., . ''.'���'," ', .,.' ,
,: I he'report-current itnat; tins w";ek,s,
trip f'of..thi:\*;st���'������.tirier fRovcistoke ;i,f 'the
Mast", for the season ������ is fni'itnoy ' Ti;o
���l)i rectors wiU'ruh. fi Ifioiamr. asflf.ng'iif'!
water .periuits.   ;  'P'P-A': a    . x.f- -. '' :
fMrfs. II.-A;" tti-oWh :��� iVii's i-eoc-ivod \\iP
news 'hi. ,ih'.', deal Jr. ,.f   lior- mxlu-'i":'
I.'." ;.!"*
j .corf i.u
'>'A'.)1!2 A
iii-;- ,
.;���';; fii;' vv'
;:., v^c-.;'.:
���;,-' "l; ';
��������� i.'-.r-
iMi;s;.   'Kniiwles','"   at      Ifin.sing
i I'iecoaseii' hai',1 r<uir-lif-vr-""'t ],;������ .iAai(]
It  'ajipoiirs'tlre ro|iiirt recently' cir-
colatid'tbat ]���'. ���,(.��� flV'aiie j'1'1 tended dis-,,
c.V'iitinuiiig the inildioiUipii of the .Vel-
,-.,11    Xoivs un- ,11 ntrue.'
tiikinf'.'ai'iii.m for libel.'
Mr. }!<;;
(llr   J-vf'i
; (iK'.-ll t
<>.."','. flvainl;'...
'.'.���line,' R.-vi
skil't. ' ',-."
iitj'Vi!;fi-il by 'hi
���N'.-.b:i,|i,.,r'-jf-;:i.'t.'cd the 'application    of
ii."   irifiriway cmnjiany   forf.'iu OA'teiis-
iv a sfi-i.'oi o.-i,
kilii-d.'     y,
ii. w.Mr.o.v..
bit tell., oti t li'-
','IIU 'IViiS 'I"
in,; i no.
.N;irn<>. . ,
,A:'-K.!'I'l,ipps ,-.,
.?!. l.tiwson. v.,'.
'fir; (."ar'ni't.!i.'a"-' -
H, A. Hroivn..,..,.
c iioii.-n.v;.: :,*.
M,' ITijik*:: .-:���
,\V. i'.ii'ii,..','..  ,  ,
A   ,M...i'in.Kh.:inf
.K'.l'rici., :..,'*.:'.'.'.;
-VV, .Mf.,iM../ih -    ,
.1!j:'.-' C. ��;y:ui.i:
���f:.'H..'i',v(��.-t.'. :.,.'
AAA;. ivr"-.v.-   ;f
At. (.',,'Abriiha'mson's residence, on,
Wednesday.fW/llamiltpi); the popular la'niUord-of UiovKoOtenay..Ilouse at
Coniapli.vfaiid f\Iissf.]F.; Engbloiii were
married ;vby .Rev.' G. fbadnor. f The
bride.,'and; bridegroom;, hafvo the:: best
wfshes of their .'friends . fori their' future
yxPZZ aZPa '^ff Happiness, x, ff ""v.".';.-.'"'' "f ffff ;,ff: xf .'���;. ] a.
'Z%'.ZZ. Ti':' ff���.:\v,'\Z. <('.!)if..Arondiiy-f th^fffyiisiting Engjislif
;fr ��� n .;' ���-.'���j ;';(������ |itors: visited, Calg;lry,", \yliereff ihey
:,. :,J.a;i.;or:l);iy.f wijro splondidly, 'oiitt-rtaiiied f liyf; i\Ir.
vs ffxliot. fivlrli fan(,b^b,"s.,T,.fl3tirifiS.f. Of the .citizens
stii! ���very';.who aeepmpafnied ytlioff. editors,:- 'itnil
"f'"f.';.',-;!,ipwe("!'''f, thoni ... roiind',;!'". ;'.AIcHetli.,
' V^iiiaiiifgor .off- .Jlplsoiosf .Rai'ikf .ii'nd,
''^���^'forineriy of .Ue;yelstok,o.ftookfanfactive'
TWO UeSidencesoii vi\li.,Kenzii; Aveiiuc, with
,  .. iiiojlcrn"ini|ii'ovi!nHiiii,s, ��-',ufJ0 each, on eiisy
',-.', 'fernis;  , '- '���:.. ;���'.��� ������'���'���     'f,1' . ',,-:������-���' V'.""   ;." "f''
TAVO-. llesidences oii 'I'hird .Street1 east; fvijry.
..������ convenient;;/ for : railwiij". nieil, ,Sl,i.(IO- enoli,
'v,v easy ternis, f:   y y ; '-,',       '������;...
ON I'* I Icsidcnce. oil  Kirs!,, Si rout- 'ca'sl.,,Vcnsli' re-.
(laired -JollO, subject toinortgatje. '        ��� y '
Appiytov- - "'���.:��� v.- -,'������ .--',.'."": ���:- -;-: '",, ,-,'-:- .'���';,
' :' nAllVKVf-McOAit'l'lollXc, l'l*\K.IIAM,  ,ff
cl. Copyrights
o'b'tiiiiit'd in all .xjoiini ribs, ffv V1 fff;,
XW,Hfl.fM.ifL/ '.Vv'D*,^. .^>*A.*....,:���
Registered Patent; Attorney f, ��� f*
.Alcehai'ica'l   : lOiu.yinecr    aiid     Dr.'uiKlitsi'niUi,
l.iankffoi:  ii. N. A. liilililinas,, 1 lastiays'Street'
��� y ''P f: ';;vffVANCdfU\/ER,ff ���&ZZ:&y-AyP;.Zi,
,.A postcai'd' .ylH.-'Secure'.;n'ii eveningapp'oiiit'
nicnt. foi' those \yiio ciuinot (jail uiii'iug,the day
N 011C :�� ���
: I bei'cliy Kivcf noliccv lhat, G.'Sell nil i i-i nbl. a
partner .wilhi'iie in,niy business.   '���',,���''���.'   . f ���'���
. '��� '' .'������' v.fvfff"'' f'"f ff" v,; .f. (;i.UILK'l;'l'0. f
''���������I!.ovcl,stokc,,1Aii'K.;i:i; moi.   v    '":'; f.f''f'f'ff '^A''
fThofshiirclioldor.s of,: the :."\loNons Hank ,ue
hereby'��� notified thai, a di\ idcnd ol Koiu and
One Half percent. (It per ecnl ) upon lliecapi-
till stock'has been deeliircd'loi ihe (.intuit half
year, nnd thai, the saiiio/will he pa\,ililc at the
'oil I co of:.: Ihe Hank, fin Alonlic.il, and ul the
L-lranchcs. on aiid uflor'l.lie:
,f,   First DayZ6I October Next.
ff The: .T.riuisl'erTlooks'jAvill he (Io-,li1 from Ihe
17th to UOthSoploinbor both din ^ im lu-i\c.
rnil K ANN UAl.i-:G KNKItA I, Jl KKTI N'f! Ol'
I. ftlieSliiireholdcr.s.orthe ll.ink will he held
at ils banking bouse,1 in this ul}. on Mondu\,
thcaith ofOctober next; at, time iicloi k in the
al'teriioon.v ���;,��� ���'������������- ���- :i ' -���?;>,:-'
yf v:.v:X--i.,vJlyTOrdcr.of the liouiil,
"-aAASA: ;''"���   'AA,'. .X'y.!AiMI'b Ml,MOT,
:  r ; "'���'-.   f.Ii iiim il .MiiimKi i.
Montreal, Aiigust lllfb, lllll.'
���Shoot ill;
'.a'c-'h, y-'oof".
.,. ;���> ���'���
' \ ri-
. w-
Mining & Legal Purposes
.-*���-.Transfers. O'ptions,- Powers ,x,,;
A of,A,ttorney, Statutpryf Dec-'f !f;
; !ff lanttions, Prpxies,fctp.ffcah    .'-
fy1-'be .obtained: tit the fv yf. ���   : - ,x
P -''Awful. Tragedy ofp Martinique
A and. St. 'Vinceniipllolcanoes: of: ���;
.; ;Tl|;e;,:f;il..(iyo vhiiiitlsonie:-:])i'civiiiiin
liook'fAyill be1" gi'ytifn 'toxsubscribcrs
rcitiitting.tbeir iirreiiris itiul-'oO ceiitsf
additional, or' to.���f.'iui.jy.-'-subscribers
reii')i(-.ling.^2;p0,f y.'Ad'clrcssf'.f ]--aZ-P.Z
��� m ���-... . -���. - -  v v    '...   , ������ .,,.' -,     . -.-'   ,
>.i;r'��� ���*���''.<���>/) ffArpii'divy..,night :\ smoker���:��� undoi
IP tiio ^iHspici'vf of jflieflviTie Club. <\:as .
:;'o hoid,'at'S.-lkirk. Hall, , II. A.'-Brownf |
iff f pr.ej-itii-M'tfnl- the (j'uljf"Oi-'osido'l;. Jbir-l
._'T ,';,i.i"u-.". the o'v,'Xunu s('tigSfWo)"f;.^;iyon. by j
iv. ,Taylor; .1'. ..Mi'irpliy'i '/;.��� f llifinldui''. i
11'." nt 1
bv ���   'iiyiit'tioli y to' fiix:
���.lir.-'i'w'iihii.a.df- I'hre.o ifxl r,.
! h'''-s}.kM[i'> ��)i tbl'0''.   i.ll'i'V
ii.o '.killed 'in , rrcissi!!'/f,
ll..' ,")00 .ya'ni iirin,).' p'lio:
���.'licbr ,-''���'���>
..aiid .-if fi'ifciiatfi"!)' bv- [!.   'A.ff
��� l,
'imi    mi. their, chartor.    Tin.'   coinji.-uiy ��� d'iy bi-ipn<:'in
)i:iv(-- (!:.-c]iartred their emjiloye.-   and!      If.
v. iii .-n.-poiid'.operations.'     :'
,! bi'-
:. O
���m.U , .-
,1 ���
,! I'Urk
.'. ",\':is
vas   badly
'.I'liill^     by;!
r .-ki.iiio:!;,   ',
���A'iiii;ri1ii--i,s, 'Ki-rhy f a'n'l ������ Tiii'k \y'i\l-
! P|'��"'ii tlit'ir, s,-i'vii'i':s at   I p.   -Hi:   ^niidviy
rii'.-vCoiumbian says tho .question of yb lie; Hafvatiuii A.r'm'y Infill..''...
',:,! .C'iii
'll'll'T      |i   !:
Uljtito -JIMI ,1.0
0;,':',i';i<0!.,,r, 'i-'   .' i.'iiiid'JHU    I'i.-!"
si- '..a '   ! ��'.:j-.-.!';b'V  ..i.ri.r!.; r.'-Si-
KamlMMC,-''   ''   '    '       f     f,      ��� ."���
.     r-iir;.. ���
' J !a ri.-' 10.
.i.'l.i': r,
!i>.yf:",|,i.,.:;.:jo.'.: ;,,;i| ;il���i,. \\f f:
.'dii-l vo :������������;, ' ���' ,-j mplo'.jo'd at, | ���
viiifi i,,,iif.iiif f',,,!'. i iVi.Vnf jliatl'.
i'.'A'';b':.i'l, ask'i-il jfonni-s'ion'i.
;" <;'���-... lifhii;!'. i'!f' a'' iiiOu- X
I-'l'',--!.'.:i-"'tiiii;,h>\':ri:ik',|iy 'If"1
,oii(l    ]"i,li.:
i.,a : frie'iid ;
jiaity lines in looal polities wi
that. ��� principally discussed.at tile l.ib-
.-r.'ii-',fo'nsorvativo Convoiitioh. 'to be
held in llovol.-loko next week..
'-A.'.\. ('lark's pot Iwyr-'itastus" has
~l-ii*!.";^!/.Iti.-. chain and ^one- to, ' tho
mountains, What will the boys������ at
Cam home do without the fun whicli
they got out of teasin'g 'KasttisV ' '
'���', Tho   Crows '.Vest"'.ConI Co. have   ro-,
.fused,in sell or lease silos   for, I'ro.sby:
1 ioriaiii,,i:)iiii;i;lii..'s at-   .\iiirrissey and.Mi-
I'helaiid the. Presbytery' have ]iassed ii
strung re.-i.dutinn .un I Ik.'subject.
v. V ...
Tho paragraph in last, issue 'referring
to the meeting of I'resl'oiory at Armstrong should have read "lhe petition
���ul Kevf'I.-:to.ko'f'ii" a not her-.session was
refused'" not another m.nistcr as 'reported. "     ... '      ���  .    .   ii
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.1 lie 0!'i(-r|.iii||.'iil   a   ill'-t.'l'iil -.-
oil   .l'"il',-'l,   ''.Street',   ''.(.ill   .   til''
MfXonV liiink.'   The'on':!
���11' feel, by Ml   y   , ��� ''
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aviog of
���M tv. ' I'elie ..h.'is. aga in broken
ci"11fit iiin,. de-1 roving. I \\ o \:il.l;iyo
I'tK.llJ |ioofi!e. '   ��� ' ��� ''��� f :,
A   ���(.���fiinp'a'ny'   has  'been    foi-i,,!.;!, I.<
pl'ovidi;. A roiMrong wi't b' ele.e.lr]r- . I'f.'hl
and power.. ���  ,' "'".'���
,'A . new    fype   of    logging ehciiiei-
being introduced,al, the (Joa.X.
.Siiiit b Pros, 'are . ;.H.-biroj
.rli'-ir <;oiitra'el. foi" foe oi'
.The. s|;otie" basenn-fiii ' vi.rI
coiiiplotod.aiid. .Mr'. Wil-bn
.'"oi:tnictor. has started the
the lii"iok work, ' .. ,       .,".' ���'���'���
Messrs.: .Taylfii',  aiiil    ' o-.oi'go ''ha.ve
, fpui'cliiisod .'-'.-lot's ' >om .. '���_ S.'''oofid    Stroel
]|o;iposil:o C.  1!. Hume'   and    .Co'.-:    ,-it.ori..
I ,'for the   ei'eetinii    ,'if    ll.'eii"   ..'.Vii reboii-'e
and the oont motor-, At. ,Me,Curl.b,y, has
iiiude a start. ��� witli'. f.lio worje. " The
1'iiilding.will bo 00 feet'by l(l'iei-t-.
VO;   V-ati!
illii.i-'io  i
.it f'8-a ml
lb; I,
oif Val,,;.
-cliOoi   piollie.
. il''
lo     tl.O -   Oil'!
Ly r.ut: Sifiuiay'
ho ii J  ill tJX.i'iok:   '���'��� le
.���'���'������.���!'':'  (i'X'.ed to ,i. gf,('..i|'
aooiimion'' wi;?   i,e- Oi
^11 a. m.Sniiflay.
P AAAln^hir'j   (yilff.r'it.)       A
oow. .Methodist, oii; j re j i,at, (f/oi'b-o
'���oei!-.~.'.i(.id;.';y fiy: Pey.byKxeott.
'.���'Viv r. pce-jd'.-iil.��� i.,i   the coof'','--.
ry'l'lioi.o; 'Oiit'i;r ib':
T'.fl'h'l' Cf.'/Ocola. ;!-;;-;ist.Oil   Ifiitiiei-
���i:. Soiida.y's services,, >v(jrlr'o:-..-.iiig
ly 'ti, (be Jtaflii'ii.,-,   .' f   .
x   Good, Health  depends   mostly upon
the' food, wcycat. ���<-   '-'; ���'..���"��� Y
Wc. can't be' healdiy iF wc take alum
other poison, daily in our food. ���',
'^VVhcii ontiitting loi".". camp always take
Dv.   Price's- Cream   Baking   Powder  for
..... , O   .;'  ,  -
.gp.o'cl' health" and good flood.,,   It makes
tlie finest   'flapjacks,  biscuits and  bread.
.ebin-fb-ibA'i'io; ui.'ylMrno\'i:Mi;N'i^.
Tz;0^M0.    ��
l!(ili Kay ami, l.izziu I toss Minci.il Claims, -ilu
: iiio in- tho Ituvclsl-ul'f iliiiinif I>i\ i-iuii of
���   ICootciia.V District. ; '���
Wliia'O located��� About sovc ill-, ii]i I.iruiinc
���i'crcok, on north side,     :'��� 'f,
I'aku.iiotioc .tlml, 1, .l.v-A ICnlc, mi lint; .i-,
atfuat, fin:,-Ala\-. .AlcGrotCor, l'n'r "\linoi sCliIi
Unite No*..��� HIIT-'SU, and v .liiiin.", laltlo, Kuc
.Minor's CciUlk'u'tu N'n. Hli7So, liilond, -,i\t\
days from tlio duto liohinf, to ,ip|ih to tlio jMni
nil,' Koooi'dor for a Cort.lliciiti.ol Iiiipi o\ i mollis
tor tlio linriibSo oflililiiiningii Ciown (,'i,mi of
Lao above eliiiin's.
f And fiirl.liijrfake'. notice tli.il act ion, iniilui
beelion .'!", must, bu coniiiioncid  litloie tho is-
si eo of suoli'Certi(lentil of Jinpin\ cuiutit*,
'���  Dated Ihisotli day of Augiisl, I'll}.'.
.ffff ''-.fff 0,-ff ff-'X'- ,. .Jf. .     .1. A. KllilC.
GKlri'lKtqATic'OI'* IMl'HOVKMnXTd.
.��� llai-voy. Jliiionil" Cliiini," silu.ilc in lhe l,n-
dean Mining Division of Wet Ivuolon.n Dis-
l.riet. R., .���'... .���'      ,.:���-.'
\Vhore ioeiiled: Oii   Pool iieik, aboul  two
miles from month.   ...
xrvnUo'nofieo flint I, AS'i'n. K. Dun on\, .iiLiiik
as nt;eiil. for Charles Harvey, Kin Mnu i s Cci-
tillenl.eN'o. H(i7.S(l2. iiifenil, si\h da\s fiom Ilu;
date hereof, to a'piily (o the uMiiiint; lieeoidi,!
lorn (terfifleatoof 'lni-irbvciiHiil-, foi the pin
posoof bbl.aiiiiiife'ii Crown (Jianl of tlic,iliu\e
elaiiu.-.-;-.-; , ,���������-.���
. And fiirther lake notice lh,il   acini ndei
Seel.ion .'I", inusl. bo eoniiiieiiceil bifoii the is,u-
mice of siieh Cerlilienfo of liiipimunuiLs
��� Dated this '.'ll.li dav of .1 nlv. Pill.'
-WJI.-K. DKN'KltMX, I' ],. S.
c,I';i;tikioa'I'I': of impiiovi.mi.n'is.
'���.\\'hiio-Kli!|ili!iiii:,-">-'\\:a W'n I'Viiefioii," "W'.i
W'n," XTrciiihvell," ''Troadivell - Kraellon,"
"Chllenf." "Noble' Tlirue":and "XobliO'I'lui e
.Ki'iiefioa" iniiioriil claimssilfialo In the lievi I-
st.okn .Alinintt Division of ICooleiniy distriel,
..Where .located: Ilelweeii Liiforiiic. and
Cnriies Creek, about seven liiilc east froni (.'ol
niiibin river.
Take nofk-c flint I, O. II. X. 'Wilkin, aetini,'
at?(.'irl. for I lie Double I'lajj-lc Miniiit; and Devi I-
ojiiiienf Cm. hiinlt.cil, .I'Vee Miner's Certillovlo
No; U.ISIT.'I, inlend, .sixty days from the dale
hereof. In apply to the jWininj,' Recorder for a
Coi'tillcntcol Improvements, for the purpose of
ohtaliiint;a Crown Grant,of. the above claiiii.
And further lake, noliee that action, iindei
Section iii, must be coiniiienced before the issuance of such CerfiIleale.of ImproveiiU'iils.
Dated this lath day of .luly, A. 1). lillli
, "aZ' '   ',   ���       '.���''       , '    0..1.I.N. WII.ICIK.
flfho .Arnislrong ci'eanii'.'ry
suc'ijossl'ully oj/ohcd.     y
fy W'hil.'ial! is 'rol'icvihjj- \V. K;,Afo.
I.anehlin iis'iioifthl: I'hecker, l.h'o liitti'l'.
li'.-ntlohnni- having ;,'oii" lotho. coast
Tnosday,       '     ��� ������','���..
our .loi; 1'nnt.urg flfii'ro.a.1
MViiiObie,,.'.    ' ;'   '   '  ;
..Siibsenb;   NOW {(^r Ilie .Mail,
Price Baking Powder Co,1
' Nevor jco into 'iho wood;-; auviy from a
. doctor,witli a'��� ('."ho.-ip alum halniij^ pi.iu'dcr
���in tlie outfit, "i'oii wait tiit; hest baking'
'powder in tin; ,u'<)'rld -runcl it -is most
economical in tho cud, .
Certificate, of rmprovements.
"St. Lawrence," "St, Louis,'' ''Columbia" and
"Ladonia.-'miiiiiit; claims, situate in the ItuvU- '
slake Mining Division of West Kootcniiy District.   .   ' ��������� ,'
Where located: On ,\\rild Goose'Creek, a frib-
uliiry of Jordan creek.
TAICK NOTICK thai I. K. MeCii'fv. K. JI. ('.
No. (17211 for luvsclf and atd'iil, fo,r 'i'liomas Kil-
patriek, V. M./J. Xo. (;71!��,'.TIioiiias Downie, K.
.M. ('. No. (iT'JIM, C. II. Ilinho, K M. C. No. (I71SS,
Chas. .K. landmark, K. JI; C. Xo. C7'.'0II. C. M.
Kraser, K. JI, 0. Xo. II7ISI and .Junius Itcij,'hlej,
K. Jl, C.'Xf). (ii-Mil, intend, sixty days, froia the
dale hereof, lo apply.lo the Jlining lieconltr
for a Cci'lilicatc of improvements, for Uio puiposeof obtaining a Crown CiriuiL of the abine
And  further take police flint action, under
Section ')7. must lie eoniinenccd before lhe issuance of such Corfiilculc of fiii|iroveiiicnl..s.
Dated Ibis Ihirliclli day of June, A. D. IIHI2.
'.'.*'.' WtOAKTV,
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