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Array /J  \\\  is,  i <  t  \  ��������� ' Proyineia^Library'.- '-���������  READ BY  3,750  PEOPLE.  Vol.  9,-No.. 24:.  REVELSTOKE. B. C, SEPTEMBER 12. 1902.  $2.00 Per Year  TAYLOH BLOCK,  MacKenzie Avenue,  ���������'������  IFor: Union Made Goods  I     Boots, Shoes and Overalls  m Union Made Mats,   '  I Union Made Clothing  1^ Men's Furnishings, I  iVof/se Furnishings, I  Carpets, Linoleums, Blinds,      j  Curtains and Dry Goods]  LADIES DRESS GOODS  in Complete and  Excellent Variety  The Butterick Patterns  ������?/r/ COUNCIL  H.  Floyd Appointed  City Clerk.     '  inquiry Ordered into School Building Contract,  ��������� There was afuH meeting of the  council - last night, hut to allow  'menihcrs to attend the Conservative  meeting, only the most urgent matters were dealt with.  C'lTV   fLKItKSHII'.  o    ,  Applications for the position of  city clerk were received from H.  Floyd, C. J. Aman, R., Rogers, and  H. Cook. Mr. Floyd .was, unani-1  mously appointed., ;'  DESKHVHD1 COMl'UMEXT.  It \vas resolved to make' the .retiring city clcrk,'C. E. Shaw, a present of $100 in recognition of, the  valuahle service which he had rendered the city.  ; the school lum.w.N'c;.  ', The mayor said that in consequence of reports concerning the  new school building, Aid. Hume  and he had seen Mr. Dodd, the  architect, ab.ouf,it, and he expressed  the opinion the foundation was not  sufficiently strong to carry' the  building. It was a serious matter  for the city if that were true, and  he suggested that, as the government were interested, they should  be asked to sendVn architect to report on the building.  Aid. rMcLeod considered the  foundation unsuitable for the build-  DANCE.  In Aid of the Hospital Funds.  The dance on Friday night given by  the Ladies of the Hospital Committee,  proved a decided success. There were  about seventy-live couples who kept  the dance up until 3 o' clock Saturday morning. - Mu<ic was provided by  .Visse> Cannon, Mcltae, ' Mcsdames  Wilkes, McCarter nn(ltKistceii,I)r.Car-  ruthers, Messrs. Smythe, and Humphreys who kindly consented to help  the Indies. The dance opened with a  waltz, played by Dr. Curriibhci-s. It.  Gordon acted.as floor, manager. A  light lunch was served at 12 p. in.  at which Messrs. Lawson, Caniahan.  Cannon and Coursier nssisstcd in serving. '    "  There is somejalk of the Ladies  giving another dance ih a. short 'time  to which every dancer in the city -is  looking forward. .,  CONSERVATIVE  CONVENTION.  Held at Revelstoke.  CalPand inspect our new stock of  m Shoes, Hosiery, Suspenders, Ties, Underwear, etc jg  lsf)v '^ ;' n       ' ' JBJ   i, i.   ;? rffl){  Sgj "    All al'Ovedmesdare''.up-to-date .goods it wiir*p'ay.'you to see      .-'������&!  ' -   them before purchasing elsewhere.   - We also carry,   ,  Trunks, Valises, Sweat Pads, Oil Coats, Oil Hats, Water-proof Sheets', etc'  bS Weoklv Shipments of Fresh CroamerviButler, and Eggs.  SB ' -       Our Teas and ~ " '   Aid. Manning: Should it turn'  out the architect was really the  contractor what then? ,���������  Mr. McCarter: If you can prove  that you can upset the contract.'  Ald.ITume: The stone put in the  foundation ' is no good. It was no  better than ti 15 inch foundation.  He believed the contractor had  carried out the specification.  '*. Resolved that a deputation wait  on Hon. Col. Prior and ask that  the'government send' ah architect  to report on the work and plans.  ' The Mayor": If the'government  architect passes it,, it will be 'all  right   ,, '        _______ a    ��������� ���������  tJe~M/nes.::  d Coffees are taking the lead���������try them, a  I  Front' Street,  Pnevelstoke, B. 0.  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  Rooms in Suites with Baths and  Toilets attached, flowing Hot  and Cold Water, Inside Toilets oh each floor, Gas Lighted and  Steam Heated Thronghoul.  ������������������  '  J. X. GREENE, Proprietor,       =       GOLDEN, B. C.  (^f^f^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^?i&>>\  <^������  <&  'c������>  (till  of "had ies, Misses and Children's  Hoys Clothing, etc..  Hoots and Shoes,  EDWARD.J. BOURNE  5  _5>  Dealer in BOOYS.nml SHOES, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, READY  MADE CLOTHING, GROCERIES, Etc., Etc.  B8ffiK^-.?"8?- REVELSTOKE STATION $  ^^-^.REVELSTOKE, B. 0.  ABRAHAIWSON   BROS,,   PROPRIETORS.  Newly   buijf,.    'First-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.  <������������  vj������  rto  ������������>  OOMAPLIX  ���������f������������  r������n  ���������#;'������������������  ���������ib  is Now Open for Business  Well Furnished  The Best House in Town.  Good Table.  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock,     j,  W. HAMILTON, Proprietor,    d  The ore output of Rossland this  week is placed at 8000 tons.  Theaerial tram for the Triune mine  'was cleared at the   customs yesterday.  The Nt! Baker-Yale Mining Co, will  install H'iO-stamp   mill  nt Mt. Baker.  The output of the Yukon mines  will he trebled under British management.  The Cariboo Consolidated has adopted electric drills for cutting its  bedrock Humes.  Ten feet of solid ore running .ILL a  ton has been struck in the Green  Mountii'in mine, Jfossland.  Three miles of placer has been  located on Fish Creek, a tributary of  Bull ltiverin East Kootenay.  The North Star mine is shipping 40  tons a day. New ore bodies have been  discovered Liy the diamond drill.  The Calumet and Ifecla copper  mine has paid iitfy.OOO.OOO in dividends,  $4,5������00,OOU of which was paid last year.  It is proposed to erect a pyritic  smelter at liossland to treat the ore of  the Kootenay mine, which i.s said to  he specially well adapted to the purpose.'  F. B.Wells, A.' Mclntish, and Jl.  Htonox are doing development work  on claims owned by Mr. Wells on ��������� the  French Creek slope from Ground Hog  Basin.,  I). Wols'cy, who returned from doing  work on his claims at Ground Jlog  last week, reports a good showing, the  ore body on the Francis widning from  (i incites to four feet and well mineralized.  Keferri::g to the -Mines Commission,  the Fort Steele Prospector remarks :  '���������The government is to he congratulated' for the admirable choice it bus  made in the selection of commissioners."  A splendid strike of free gold ore is  reported in the crosscut being run by  the Ophir-Lade Co. on the Jtossland  Claim of the Imperial Group. The  superintendent, W. Lade,' hurried to  Ferguson to inform W. J3. Pool of the  good news,  The owners of the Big Bend mica  claims have received most encouraging reports from T. \V. Bain, who has  been doing the a sessment- work on  the property. He says there is lots of  mica there. Sonic fine samples have  just been received at Mr.7 JlcCartcr's  ollice. d.       ������������������'���������;        7.  CHURCHES., ������  ST. I'ETEK'R CHUKCHI.'  Sunday being the second Sunday in  the month Children's Seryice will be  held at eleven in connection with the  usual service. Holy Communion at  8 a. m.- ���������    , '  AXGiaiCAN.  Jtev. L. X. Tucker, of .Vancouver,  has been appointed organizing secretary, of missionary work and will reside at Toronto or Montreal.,  ���������. The synod sitting at-J lout real declined to alter the name of tlie church  but resolved in.favor' of a hook of  Common Prayer suited to Canada.  At the synod Archdeacon Pcntrcath  urged the appointment of a a bishop  for Kootenay and the 'matter was referred to the Board of.- Management  for investigation.     '     'i     . .  A' session will . be held every three,  instead of every six years. ,���������   '  JIKTIIOMST CHUuCH.   ,        '  At the conference at Winnipeg it  was decided to appoint'un additional  superintendant of missions for British  Columbia. It was resolved to ask spc:  cial contributions to wipe off the debt  on St. John's w'Church, Winnipeg  The conference^ decided that a two-  thirds vote was necessary to admit  women to membership of Church  courts.^    ' . "    ,  Evangelistic Campaign.  ,  OivSunday serviceswill be as follows:  11 af'm. Presbyterian��������� Church���������Bcv,  O.-R. Turk will preach.' /  11 a. rn. Methodist Church���������Rev. G.  W.Kcrby, Ii; A.,;",--.id  d*   -v  4 p. in; Opera Tloase���������Meeting for  men only.���������Suhject' "The Artificial  Man." Messrs. Turk and'Rcrby will  sing.as a duet "The Holy City."  There will also be a ' largo choir'of  male voices.  7.30 p. in. Union Service in. the  Opera llouso, conducted by the  Evangelists. They will both speak  and sing.   Public cordially invited.  Every man in Revelstoke and surrounding country should .hear Rev.  ICerliy address on the ."The Artificial  Man" in the Opera .House on Sunday  afternoon at-i p. in.  No man should miss hearing Messrs.  Turk and Kerby sing the "Ho\y City"  as a duct at the Opera House Sunday  afternoon at 1 p. m. ,  The Evangelistic Committee have  decided to hold their services on Tuesday night and ��������� during next week in  the opera house. The Services are  growing in interest'every day.  'ihe Evangelists held a noon day  meeting at the Eddy Mill on Wednesday.  The Conservative Convention  opened Friday, at Selkirk Ilall.  All parts of the province were  represented. R. L. Borden, loader  of the party in the House of Commons, arrived Tuesday accompanied  hy Mrs. Borden and the following  M. P's :  .. Major Fowler, King's; A. C. Bell,  Pictou; E. F. Clarke, Toronto,' Jus.'  Clancy, Both well; J)r. Sproule,  East Grev: W. H. Bennett, Simcoe,  East; liicliard Blain, Peel; \V. B.  Northrup, West Hastings; also ex  M.P's. II. A. -Powell, M'cstmore-  la'nd; A. A. LaFury, of P. E. I.; S.  V. Mclnerney, Kent.  Among the more prominent  visitors Were Hon. Col. Prior, II.  McBridc, Capt. Tatlow,' F. C.Cotton.  On the con'Venlioh assembling 11.  McBride, President, occupied the  chair. ' The following was appointed credential committee : W. B.  Bogle, F. S. Barnard, 'Victoria, S.  Gothard; Vancouver; J. F. -r.Robin-  son, Kamloops; Hogan, New Denver; Capt. Woolcy, Nanaimo;  Hanna, Kaslo. ,  In the afternoon a,'rcce])tion was  accorded ��������� to Mr. Borden and the  other Eastern visitors who spoke  in reply, urging unity in the party.  The convention adjourned till 5  p.m. to wait arrival of southern  delegates.  A receplionswas held at the opera  house' in the afternoon hut was  disappointing.  . On the southern delegates  arriving Ihe convention sat from 5  to 7 o'clock'with closed doors.  In the evening a public meeting  was held in the opera' house when  addresses were delivered by Messrs.  Powell, Borden and Clark. J. M.  Scott presided.    , ;  The convention' resumed its  sittings,today. >��������� '   ,  G2 _ delegates, representing 200  nominees, attended the convention.  At the afternoon sitting President Wilson and Secretary South  made their reports.-  Up to the time of going to press  the leadership and policy of the  party had not been decided.  Jf You Want the Best  ' i  and Purest Selected Tea that money can'bny,  packed to  retain   its natural aroma and ; flavor,  '  free from the contamination of the odors of sur-    .  rounding articles, get ���������  Ting Ling Package Teas  They come in ,pound air tight leaded packages   ',;"  ,  perfectly pure.  ' i> i  | One Pound Makes Over 200 Cups, '' '    ��������� , '���������  50c per Pound  For sale only at  Bourne Bros. Grocery Store  ��������� 5T  Messrs.' Clements and Co. now occupy their n������w store, and  wish to  notify the people ofdlevelstoki; and vicinity that they nr������ now prepared  tn fill thi'ii wants in the line of IDi-urs, Drug Sundries. Stationery, ptc-(1  You will iind our dispensatory, complete in every respect and  is "under  ' the supervision of a qualified ili-iiRgist. ���������  Chemists and  HrvggUu ������*  J. A.  kili'atrick: 131,0c k,  MILLER, Managron.  RI2VELSTOlvE. B. C;  IF YOU WORK IN TOWN WHY NOT LEAVE,YOUR WOBK IN TOWN  Over 100 suits have came into town from eastern houses in the past  few months. We can't help noticing them���������its our business. Some very  good and some very bad, butrtNO>TE  ABE EQUAL to our $20 to $25 suits.'  Give US a trial. < *  A railway clearing house is propose*,!  for peraiihtilating cars.  F. A. JTein/.c is financing a railway  project from Dawson to Valdcz.  The- I'ere Slarqu'cttc railway is experimenting with concrete tics for  track-laying.  Canadian Pacific is a great feature  of the,eastern stock market, having  advanced to Ml;|. ,  C. P. 15. Supt. James has been  appointed operating manager of the  Canadian Northern.  The steamer Cottage City was  wreckod'at'Wrangcl. All passengers  and mails were saved.  rfo  W'AXTED -  A  uji'iitlfinan or lady  . ^C|> (|7<|l^(^(^(^(^(^������|?l|?  TRUSTWOItTMY  in  each eoiintv to  liiiiiiiiRe husiuess for an old established  lmiiM* of solid  fliinncial  standiiiK-   'A  .-(nti|;lit, bnna fide  weekly cash .salary.  t.f $18.00 paid by cheek  each  Wednes-  diiy with all expensiisdirect from hend-  tfn 11\iiiii'tt'i--'.   Money advanced forexpen-  ��������� Miiuiix^r,  310 Caxton   Building,  The following have been elected the  Kcvelstoko delegates to the Conservative convention :���������J. I\J. Scott, J! J).  Sibbald, C. P. Lindmark, W. A. Footc,  Dr. Mcbcan, IT. Manning, J. A. Kirk,  -T. Kilpntrick, \V. Newman. ��������� Alternates��������� CM. Field. B. Steiss.d'J. P.  Stttherlaml, J. ltinger,.A. McNnb, \V".  E. McLaughlin, A. Johnson, .W.  Brown, P. Uoolcy.       .' '  Alberta libenils have passed resolutions against tariff increase, favoring  ii more progressive 'postal service and  railway policy for the Northwest,, and  increased representation., Resolutions were also passed expressing confidence in the administration of all  departments of the Government of Sir  Wilfred Laurier, and particularly of  the Department of the Interior; also  expressing confidence in the sitting  member, Mr. Frank Oliver.  The Sentinel suggests that in the  lacrosse match between Kaiuloops and  Jtcvels'toke,"it would probably he as  well for the Kamloops boys to take  along a plentiful supply of splints,  lint and sticking plaster, not forgetting a surgeon, when they visit Revelstoke next Saturday." The Sentinel  need not fear. The Kevelstoke boys  will show their Kamloops fiiends that  a lacrosse player can be a gentleman  as well as a goocl"pliiyer.  It is a matter of regret to all interested in the welfare of Kcvelstoko to  see the unjust attacks liiudc upon  government employees over the trail  from Kcvelstoko to Canoe river. Wc  arc in a position to know and say that  ���������Mr. Kinrnah obtained the fullest information to enable him to give an accurate estimate of the work; and as,  timejs all important to get tliptrail  pushed, through this Tall,; he had instructions to make the trip as rapidly  as possible. ;.Th6,"knocker" is not  dead in Kcvelstoko, apparently,' but is  determined to do as 'much mischief  as he can if he cannot gmfteverything  his way.  . Alexander Bros, of Kaslo and San-  don, arc projecting two lines of electric railway Ironi Kaslo.  , W. Apps, formerly master car builder of the O. J'. It,, has been appointed  to a similar position , on Algoina  Central.  The C. V. K. intend making -great  improvements at Vancouver, including five new piers, warehouses and  elevators.  During the absence of Inspector  Miller-Alex'jMcUrogor, the well-known  bridge foreman, is appointed inspector  of bridges and buildings.      "  (.treat Northern Engineer Lupfer  claims to have discovered a pass over  the Hope Mountains near the International boundary for the Coast-Koot-  enay railway.  , In consequence of the activity 'of  the Great Northern, the O. I'. K. is  reported to have put on engineers to  find a route over the Hope Mountains  for a Coast-k'oolenay road.  The steamer Kevelstoke has big  freight and passenger lists each trip,  thus justifying the enterprise of tjie  company and the city in providing  this line boat for the up-river trade-  Inspector Miller, bridge foreman (1.  Eraser and \V. Winsor, of Supt. Kil-  patrick's ollico have goiie east to give  evidence in the lawsuits by the Krench-  Canadians who worked on the snow-  sheds last season.  The totiil cost of the C. J'. K. and  equipment to (late has been ^2.'i0,072,-  (i-JI.M. The hotels and real estate  held in trust are valued at .f 1,785,-11 J.-  ()!). The company has no less a sum  of cash in,band than $I.O,227,(i9I,47.  The net proceeds of the sales of land  have been .$27,0(^,0.82,13. ��������� ,  : Thcaniitial report of .the C..i*. II.  shows the working expenses for the  year amounted to 02.41 per cent of  gross "earnings, and net, ���������cnri.diigs  'AIM per cent. The eatilings7pc _  passenger per,mile were.'������������������1.75 cents1'  and per ton of freight per mile7 0,75'  cents, as agitinst 1.03 and 0.79 cents  respectively in 1001.  ��������� S,   liKPlslLJ^BLQlST  Has taken over the Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Fmplenient. business carried  on hy W. aiollison at Kevelstoke.  Wagons Made and Repaired. ��������� TIio Best Carriage Woods Kept in Stock  i ' ������ i  Tools Sharpened.       Shoeing a Specialty.  Chatham Wagons and Sleigh".     W. M. Cray's Cutters,  Buggies mid Express  Wagons.    -MeCormick   Mowers  mid   Keape'rs.    Copp  Dros.' Plows,  Harrows, Cultivators, Potatoe Diggers, etc., etc.  consumer.  WORKS & STEtD.Sole Agents, Revelstoke  Ono Block from cTB Depot  and Steamboat Wharvoa  ltc-furnlshcd and Ro-modolcd  Rates $1.60 to $2 por day  Corner Granville &. Haslings Streets,  R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor, - Vancouver,   B. C  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords. ] J est ��������� Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $i a da}'.    Monthly rate.  cr.  ALBEKT     STO^TJB,    IPIBOIt:  ELEGTR  contracts of any  Magnitude executed  Complete Installations Our Specialty  Finest Glass of Machinery   .   .   .   .  VICTORIA and VANCOUVER.  fir*  Hft.i������%  fflmmmmmrnmsmmsBmssngii  mnrnnmrasra anaBBsasam  ���������������"  ������be Ikootena^ fll>ai  d'V d;;,-"d;i'tjJ!MSHKI������ KDIDaY.  .i;.?:7    ... "; '���������;   '       ? ��������� AT���������\  REVELSTOKE. B.C..  ; Sabscrlptlbn dPrfce, ? $i00   Per   Anntm  \ .pre'vai]' withhim on this   question, .  ifCiilJed tijidn to deal, with  as,."  minister.    ;Mr. Borden' tlite practi- ."   ;^ ��������� .^   Ilincllille that' ���������:  caJiy endorses: the stand ���������: taken 7 by jlilS - ' ���������' <  < ������������������---:------*.��������� .-.- r?^i_  iADVERTISIN'G. ItAI'KS on, application  Changes in advertisements must be. in W  Tuwd'iv of eata week to secure good di������-  d'(,play.?,.7"'' .;7yy/, : i;.7:v.: ? -7   ..?     ;������������������  JOB PKIXTIXG promptly exiieuicd at roason-  .... 7_ able rates.?? ���������, ,.-.,;��������� , y ?  .'���������A'CCdUNTS   ford printing   niirl.',. advertising  .payable on flrrt of month;  Hiib^cnption*  ;'<   payable,in advance. ( ��������� ��������������������������� ������ ������������������< .;��������� ���������;.,...���������;  COKHKr-'rOXlVKXCE iiivited   ������'������ matuir.-i of  ���������'���������������������������  publie ihlerc.it.   e,������niiiiiiiiicvfiuii" lohdi-  ���������       lor iiitift .lie accoinpiiiiii'tl   by, ���������iianiti| ������  writer, not nea������urity.for jiii1������!k;������i.i������ii.:- ���������'���������������'.  'ai evidence of (ft)fi faith.,, Corrcspondcltcu  ,'..'.'-; ni'ujt reach tlie oftiee by .Tuesday eyemnf,.  ,,���������;'���������;���������" .���������'.'Address'..?';-' -d'71 ;-7d '"���������'���������'d;.d'''7  ���������dd--'d?-7:.,:?:THidKO(JTKNAX;M  ?ddd'?'??d'^; dd'7.',-';?'".-Revelstoke,.'-B.Cd../  Hon. Joseph' Martin in his   r'ecen  ^���������   pronouncement  ectd7:  \Ve request our numerous readers to  favor' us with their assistance In  - ?    making- the KOOTENAY MAIL the  most valuable advertising? medl-  22"   urn  In dthe- Kootenays 'by S-ivirigf  the preference, when making- pur-  '���������'     chases   to   those1 Arms who  aro  d reg-ular advertisers In the KOOT,-  dd'ENAy'^MAII-d :d-d-' '  7 :'Copied of Tiib;,JIAlldniay be obtained from  ;��������� the following city agents:   ,?,7 '77;? ���������:��������� .77? ,; ���������  ,:-'.'Vd-7 ',7-'?7??:J.: W. lJK.v.vi'^';:7-'---'.'���������'?.:',:���������,���������;���������.' .d. ,..���������.-���������'  ���������y d 77,diSADa:,l)ni'G"&.-HopK:Co7-7-;':--:"':-  :?;..'; ���������7-'"  7? <���������   -.::KfD. Wki.ls.  B  ^RVEY?&:;McCiAETEIt?;  liAnmSTEB^ 6qr.icjTons,; ktc.    ?  d' '* Offices :   JfoiisoNS d'AXK������ lii.ocivi? Kkvki.:  -didi!;. ;?.?-������������������ -v,d'?d77.;'.STOKK,?H.C.\77ir:;-;?r:-;;;:-''; y'7,  .,��������� ���������fdddMonoy toloah. '���������?7i7;:;:;v,?'d" ','.7,!-'y -7,,' 'did?  y7v.7 .Olllcciri'ltcvclstokc, II. Cr, tor). Steele, H.;Uy,  ,d7vGEO^S..McOAiiTKicdddd^ld^  ? ?d7?' ' <j''��������� Hevclritoke. II. -CHy  -fori Steele. "��������� C.  1  .:J3''MAJSTKB!&VSCbrr,d;  u/'  d>B^ni{i^wi!sdSouciT(his,?N(n'A,inics;  7FirSt;is;i rd^t7 d dd7v'? ?r^^  ja r> v\d\ itn/^ddi aq (;kn; J,.;,?? f;ddd?  ^Il.VlNOiiiXGI.VKEIf,  div!,-^  d?dd'':d,-!'',::falem;'ciri.^  ;dd7;?:?7!??7?/d;RKyKLS'rokE.;;B;?^  ���������.'���������'.d;''Kxftmiriaii6h*'of'i':and''rcp6^  '���������-������������������)^,-,;.,.:.���������,;.*Wl7,?77,;i pcrtieisii Sjieoialty. i,;^;, j-;-:.,. i,.;,:;?.?  LLIA'^Ap^EI^^fl^  dd<pi*DbMi>rip^  ���������-,?':;Sur.vcVhbf:,'Jiliiicriii Claim* Timber lioi-tlis ntid  7d:'7d7ddd,;:7ivi?^'ovv'ii7lJn'|is.?7i,^7-:7-*irJ?.:-'7~ ?''.  dddcaYedt'd'dsiiii'd'uy II KyKilsroifK.; li.Od:, ?.  .7*7'  m  A-iKMlK:!  ;:'l)OMtxioy7Ax.ij.::7Pi������dy idoi a r/ d;7?..'  ;|::^ddS&^i^%SWi!y6ii,';;  ?:dd7d;REVKt.ST(������vii,"'''/B;C.v'7'd;7"'.;'7'7^^  ;ii  i������s.d?D;\\?ARDs;,7:?:7dd?;.;?v;??dd'  ;raAixEDjti;f)icAi^ANn?sui^  ^'- ���������;;d;vffi:;;iN.pits������V d. ??dd' d'd'd!?-,-'  ii^poiiP^^^  .dMd.?.;ihe;7;resd  ddA^Vndesl'a ncl "Xia hof Coii^essdosiflltig  .,..- dominated appointments in Revel    -r-   ---.,     , stoke;lias again got in its,deadly work,  oil "''the "ame pub- and' another deserving ofnci'al has  heeh offered up a sacri/ice to the greed  of, the cut-throat, gang of'political  nianipiiJators'. 'Machine politician stare  heartless, cruel, and- relentless., '.Their  work is in ore deadly, their scheming  more diabolical, than-the" plcttings, of  ."'".The, report,from. the ; Big   Bend  tliat'there 'is   abundance   of mic;  'there ������of .' marketable' ..quality-i  ample justification for .the govern-  ment pushing on witli the extension  s the'iinps^dar^css in Hades.: When spend, money but must be econo-  an   bfileial   boneis   in' sight andan  mical;   he   belonged   to  the other  ... .       . ������ -     ,-.   ' 1      __ ll     _  r.. Id *������',.. '.'..La    r,.-. wl ...K!1/. ll*/i        til 11 Cf.     Ilf������  oiiicial victini falls   under, then  <,hey thrasldliini, down, vvitli, a   per  Cano'e ' sisteiievof   an   African ..bloodhound  as isreportcfl in tlndBend; and   at  Tete'Jaune?; Gaehe,? is':, steadilyon  ;{iiedncreifsd;.ap37dv5^n^  tioidts"a.^vi:lab]e,db^7 mic:i��������� cahifrs  Indhatseclidu should; be centre's'''of  great activity. .:?:'"?7-���������?7;'-;:      ���������" dd'i ���������:'  :'-;--;A,;Jivrge secti'o'hyof'^  federal party:dine?7indir^ovincTal  ;|ioliuvcs.-'Yutdhere"appea.rs-to he no  titian'iiuify'iin,;the mattei'df we dare  fodwlieve ;iTeport;:frond thcdConst  Avliith;;|:diHpndCol.'dJi^o ifgoin^  ,io ,malcarajiid,;pus;h ;',<-foi;; ;.;i]i(|;-;';;coi^'  se^vati\:e''Jeailci:sh'il^  ^He';annpupct:(l-in';:Con  ih^icefortlf'die^7\v6iflc!dliehdfidl:liif  I' ne rgi cs'-t'env^'i'd s.:; b ri i'i gi n gia 1 jo ti t; ?,a  ���������(���������onsciiyaiiy^dgoyc  p������vt-ijitei';?dH  'ex-tiiiit;iSt6dodmi.ne?d..an  .coiiscrva t I'vedf 91]? jvifi^ d^^^edloip:  :findi tioiif d? j j i-dd;?, d> ij'p Or-c.cl, 'd. tc> d;': d^ j i e;  ,sdigj|esUon'^^  .���������J^i'ivb'-t|jei''li6:v^  ^lih'esdir^rpviiiciaId^hdicdddSp far  ;h^? Ui'a; leri c|(^iisl n ^^g^s^^tfii^Coi^  :id'i cidAvoiiid :;'tu>P%!:-;^yi^^^|:^;^^:  ;i|)si]lbn7^d:'d'^;;'-bas  letlera 1 ^iib:.het,d ^da ti, ^ exj^rjeiiml'  ;piirlhi;ipen.t;t.rjh)d:d^  ^wellditd'ic'oyind'^  sei'vit:e:'*'':d:dii'-d:7:dbe  caliinbivtintldd ;t:stfoiig:dodce indiifj  ijiu'ty::d:'ddd,,,,v;.?;d.7'|:?d  ^���������;;3-;?^d7K.^d'?'d'''^^  ?7dh last issuedwe,-Tcferfccl;d|od:a;:  telegram ^tatingthdBrot^  U^ocpmolivdEngin'bei'p?;had? ,;(:urh,ed;  2(1 Siv ni; B i r dVilli a nddM ii 1 bck'fdr.rbi-;,  'tra;U.o,ndblli;;w  1id4^a"ipngstdthe'?.uni^  ; p jsi -ii i p n'd a n cl ,'';^s'.u gges f-i xi irs :| --d t lie-r cGiji;; ^  ;A:?iea'diiigVmembeidpif';t^  FK|l)A^;SEJ^EgJ3E]d;l^  '" ' " "  :to!'.-'t'i)c|;firii^  ifi'fgt necifda rqd dn o by d opp6st^%do   ..,._._,        _   ..rbVt'i-jvtioii',fts::'iv-'?"."PH?\c'P'.J.^j"'-;^.������'^?'"'^.  indLpiic!on'.'dihV^ 'thje other ;haiiclwill - !\volconib7: d i)d  dyd''do\vhershiiiddinth, -control ^of?trusts ���������������  --d- ?? a ii cl? mon opb 1 ies, ��������� is a; g rea t7 vi c.tb ry  .d7df;fordhe spciaiistic?wiiig;of;the;7labor  ,ddd:-;,: pa'rtyv;7:??; ^'!22:il. -,y: 'd,?d;:,": ���������.- ;d:d--,"-:'-; yd  .'di'y'd^d.'r^  .���������d; ,is,;r,un indiie in teres t'i'pf, the '.'.express  d d conipaniesdinsteathof, the/ public.  -,;..,;���������  -....-. . -  ���������   ���������      ]������������������' ' ��������� :il 7.'.'"' -i'������.'    '������������������.'.-���������' ,fi' .'-.'���������';���������- ���������   ,, ��������� -���������      : '.V    ���������''-  ? d ? Idc&stsjii'st twicp?;is much to - mail  yd. ;a parcel in -'Canada/asd;!the dStates.  ? ??-: It is time thedlbminion parcel post  dyy.?\Va=!d'bought,; .tipdp-ciated jn tliis.  d:: ���������/ y ��������� re=pect?.dy;.".? ?y:V ?y ;'������������������ ��������� J 2:2 7 :.;y.,::' ^:y 7  u'Olcon'ic  .uppoi't 7;V;7faTr daViWti;atidri.dSbill:  li'l'il.vihg (b  all  iiisj>uttsdiiike be-;  tween^liibory and ,'Ca'pital;;.i.d   The;  ma iii -abjection'-'^  hit vedo' Sir-\diljiiind-Mulock's ',bi 11  is'thnt it applies;only  nhcl :" t he ' ni'en' yd re d consequon fly  afntid that -it-mighty bed'xleyi?iicl'd;iif  ;ai;Weapoir;fo,d.eiM'ived.licm-;d)f their  MINING2 RECORD ERSHIP  To the Editor.  Hon: J. I.  Tarte's, Liberal Policy.  Speaking in the east   last   week  1 Hon.-J. r. Tartesaid:  "There    were    in   the   Liberal  two   ways   of    thinking.  b;in  oiiiciiiicuaue. isstuuneaaiutc;.^".^ ^     ars_    whe)1 t]iev were  sworn      ��������� i  thuygio:^                                  ;vjJ0 thought p������������������&"!    :  their victims with satirical  glee tiiat   .    ,���������.,..,-      .              J ���������     ���������,.���������������������������,i..'n.r. ![~~^���������J*f���������������������������       ,   -  would makehissatanicdn^estyducep they..would   destroy    e\enthing,  ,i r__    ^   _  witlidhvv:d? Such is hiacliinewarfiu^, that v the   country   would   go    to  j, ^     ,_fl   .���������  done ior,; tlie good  of, the :Cause,7rfor Jericho, and even toll Look at   ;[ .___ ���������  pai-ty iidvahtage, 'for ������������������ thfe/saiyatioii of 'theresults;   the   country was in a '    -���������'  the country. ,������Ye Gods,' what ii specta- "splendid position.  eld?,  ?..I:n.iqiiity,-...doiii>lb-VdiistiilecI,'';-y:--:a.-- ���������:,������������������JMr'.'".'J',artc dwelt upon the loyalty  ��������� .dv. .::..'., ,*:.d.'    ..(���������< d,.i,'*:/.,il     /lrttiviMM*-������d'inf]   ' .'��������� -  ,1       ,'fi (     /-������ !������������������  i     ii...:..  tpiagmircdof7 political,, dcpriivity 'and  prostitution"of ollitje tliat;the7'country  may bedaised oh: ���������'tlic7''-p'cdestal'-:i;.bfy.a  big iupriil plane and"good"gpyeniii'ient.;  \V'l ibis Ale Lii ug lil hi,, andy wlia t; cla i m  has'lic.cjii/tlictd;'.position'?,d. Xone���������ab-  soliitply,?'none,:? except'? itd.PiaybC/by  virtuboNiisbld position:aswTiysident  of-the. Conservative Associatioii in? a  -province :.vvhei'e.;partyd1ineso:ircy::hpt,  ��������� drawn.' -ddvhyd shelve, Arm'strongfor  JUcLdughliidy ,', Col. d'ripr, id'f Uj; to  yoii-to answer tliet] uestioipd ???:,bii'vc  ybiidlqttersdo Alaytir'pooldof���������Ottawa,  a!idiiiisci?t6Ar')istrbi)g, in7ni)',pbssess:  ibn.?idAi]ddnnw7AlcLatighiiiij u vvortl  "witlryou.y d;v\re dou 'going' tp''accept a  ���������positipndtb'addvvllld:fprCe 7ohe,of ybur  fellovv-ciliztinsiiitb!, tlie1:;, rah kf rpf.thc;  uiicii)plpyed?;??7Youdiol(lfit?hicratK^^  positjo'n. ,-d ���������; The v niii'ii';'? whohd, yoii1 a re  si.ipiihihti:ig7hiiS''nbtd.ddVre?ybir going:  :todd.iiydntp^theih'ai)ds,bfU-lie?macliiii,e  ���������iijanii)ii|lalpr;s.'-jiiihcli?,,'?i'4vh^  p&se;as>ppli( iciildloiidei-'s in;Iveyelstoke,  or?\'iVb:''ypugoiiig'(p?act7Uie;-yp  liiandndiincnvd^niistrpiigdbybphli? the  p;osib'ibh.iwlii.c.l'i7ii^  ^ght^dW yohdlpjthat,:youvvvin retaiiv  th^despecfciiurd'esteehidbdybi'ildeJl^-V-';  citizens, d I ^is'^  ���������^\'iiiit; a i-elybii"'goi iig do clo; a boti t i t ?y" ?;,'  ":??'v,?':dd;d 7-::y?7;.YoursS'espebtfiillydd?"7  ' * ]y'"jy'v;':''��������� :'''"'"��������� ������������������'"!X-li-xJ::,Ai;:Jvia.djJi  Ktii toty'icobr icxlvy m aiij.;3. : 'dd 77 -7d:'dy;?  d,S.iiyr���������t^7i 11;you,h.ii^i.ljvdgivp-iuo HpiiqP  tbcaib't iiodittGntionyOfjJarpnts, t6.. the  diingedy/dii'ijyd^  :hiiJdtidofdlu'lclrcn:?cliiinbing.'p.ii:;tp;ytlie^  ���������'<^n)"M'^d':"'(nir'l;i- 'tic! J ^ciry^l-wtigpjis';;.;".'.''' -O.y fc'r'  sulci tlie"htiisancey!t'-in'iist-,bo tp-teainsy  .'tcrs-.'-,'pHi'eh.tS';ii're"drii'n  I'isks'yind'hpvdngdtlibiry cliild rend to  :hidulgeyinythe'biibi.t;7: 7:;d.;' d-d'-' ddd?  ?d>vi'?a7?d;.--;dy;7dYCJUl's7tri!l\V '���������-':������������������":"dd?d:7"  "'""    '":A::rai'0'irt;;d^  :the:dB)'bflief-d>.^d;., d?;./.- d;,W/J.yhV'd^o^''7/nW������ Tretliewiiv,   on improvenients on   his  ������ha?3;cMedV^^ Wm*   ^ W ���������C0U"^   ",liCh  dddl'heci'tizens of^Reyelstpke,should  dgive-Seriator Jempleman a .hearty  yreceptibn-: pnyythe.;. occasiony'bfdliis  d'.Visi.tj)iere.'ddTlic7 Senator conies;to,  , obtain, personal''-' ihfoniiation bii  'dniiitiers or theymbstyd'itab dnterest'  '.- to tlie" eity.and-district such as (lie  7:iihprpveme;it dof?, the':dGplumhi.t:  y river lor navigatipn andd the ])ro-  yisipn of public btiiidingsyin Revel-'  distpkedfor postal 7-and d customs  . business.'���������::'? ': d7- ' 7? ??d ?��������������������������� -. ',���������.���������.   :;  ?'? '���������'Hon,; Clifford .'yftcin'.'tii us' reviews  /7tli6, ppluicHl d position -y;���������(:\\'i th, av  ; trade vvhiclT:w'as?statiPi)ary  under.  ��������� high prptec'tipii ' rioHv   growing'  be-  d.yoiul tlie;i)ioi?t sang'tu^c.predictions,  fiiuid witlio the    U'esteriid prairies,  empty and   desolate "'.uiul.or   Cou-  ..'��������� 'sdrviilive   rtih'.   filling -���������''-'up' ..-with  settlers 'and.   inci'e,'iHi)gdtb(dr pi'O-  : 7'tV-iet: by   niilliond   we'regard the  .   pJiitioh a?,(;xti'cmely��������� satisfactory,  a-ul weyhavc certainly notiitetition  -of supportii'i������ n,n a'tleinjit to '.'fa(idle  ourselves with the dii-C'reditC'd Tory  p j J icy which kept tlie eotinfry in a  ��������� state' oi    Ktagnatib'n    for'   fifteen  2H/s2Case:bas Hope/ess.:  Ppctoi^ Oiiigiiosetl liis Caseias.Giitai'rh  dof .tlie;Stbi'i'ia:c|i,- but.failed (bllelid '���������  .^^^^Hiiii-^^fitiiyy^eineclied^^'eiddyd'  7"d -.'Triedni;Oefoi'C a CiiidA\^is7 ������������������,���������' ���������,���������-'  ���������".dV-',':'.;' ,.'��������� ?:. ,7 ���������'?'! Ppi.u'ul.' ��������� ;���������:,?:".: -:7;:7y,. '', ''���������������' ���������:. ���������  Fro'iii';tlie-.-iit,i.lle'tiii';:".Uri���������Itfciva-ter. N'S.s  %esi,ppos^ jflesta-biisl.   agencies tl.roudhout Mani  us widuiiJon..nio:... m ..winch wdbnot i^.^ lh������ r.-rrttorio^."     Xo (b.ul,  this refers to the coinpany reprc&cntcf  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  PROGRESS AND  LOYALTY.  party  One  wing  said   we   must   not  wing who said while we must be  economical in the ' true sense we  must be   at   the   same time pro  ..pon the loyally  of,the.French-Canadians and their  willingness to take their share in  the?;, burdens and glories of the  .British Empire.  .; d;In concluding he said : '���������Spcak-  iiigdas a French-Canadian public  man, I say that' the Province of  Quebec is prepared, is ready to take  itssharc in the burdens, in the  glories of the^British -Empire. Vou  will find us not reluctant in our  duties. We realize that we are  bpuiid'to do as our English friends  arbbbiind to do���������that isto' keep  tile-British Empire,together."  INDUSTRIAL NOTES.  will  will  doAfcJlalion   JJros.  shingle   mill  comhience operations next week.  '���������:<:. ;���������'������������������ ;���������������������������-'��������� V-  ??The   JJ.   C.    .Marine   railway  bsititbh's/j mi iron and steel shipbuilding plant n't Vancouver,  ?7JG.dB. ]lume has been appointed  secretary and C. F. Lindnmrk iniiiiag'  er;bf;thc Jtevelstoke J^uinbur Co.  T;;:;J7Graham has gone up the riv-  :er:::totiike charge of driving the logs  fbrdlie Ke'velsloke Lumber Company  Limited.  dV/y^yFJeming has ptircliased the iirc-  \vood supply pf ]\IcMahon J3ros.'������hiii-  gledhill, and has iwviU)!iP(] kQ provide  iirs|class lirewood service for the city  this;winier.       6 o  y^iJi <)'BviL-n,\. N. rinkham, C. S.  MeCarler, T- Kiljiatn'ck and A. E.  Jvihbaid have taken up timber limits  On"the upper Coluiiih'ia River between  Bush-and Umioe i'i vers.  d^ldl'Iyatt's logging plant and scow  'hiive'been successfully taken through  tlie'cahyon. The'plant will be operat-  ed'this sideof LeatJi Itapidi, taking  ou'djoirs for the Fred. Robinson Luiii-  bedCa til] (lip rivpr falls su/licicntly  fo'ailo'w the out/i|! |,o hp takcii (p  C.'tnoed^iver.  ddtp^land Uritlain.'l'aten't Attorney,  Vdiicbiiv'er, reports'the only B. C  patent';,   this   week is one to  W.   Ci.  .:is77referral ;o roeenily in the press  srbeiiig lilted on the'trains of (he  niperial, Limited.  , The;C(iniii!creiii] says : YV. A. JJc-  Ipriiiick. of the Jletapedia J.umber  lohipa'ny. of Revelstoke. J3. C. was in  ''i'mVipeg' this wcel: endeavoring to  -curerinen for bush'work. JJe (inds  cytreiiu'ly ,ilillicult   to   secure the  on to  t   *   j   '  -"ii^j i      ��������� i��������� fi ' ---������������������*   ���������   ���������-���������   i   ��������� ���������    ���������   ������..  J?or Terms and Particulars as to Sale of Lots, apply to  H. N, CQURSIBR, AGENT, REVELSTOKE,  ������������������At  JCpotcnay Lodgre  ^ ',/,,'        d^*   riiercBiiliifiiicclings  arelicld in t lie Jlnt,-  onluTcmiilc. Uottnic  iliiill, on llic   tlnrtl  ���������.-Jlonday   in  each  ^//>������"v5^N&S������'������,)"tl1  '"'   s >'.'  ,M-  ���������-^^-'^^StCS^    Visitiiit,'   lire tii i'tin  '���������s- coriliiilly vvolcoiiioil,  ,11. COKDOX   Si:cui.:r.\iiv.  "���������?������������������  REVELSTOXK LODGE, I. O. O. P., No 25.  - - s -r, ' Kctfiil.'irmccliiifMirelioM  , JAW-, n OnMfellows'rruli ovon-  did,-fcl'l'lini'.-iti.i.v i|i������lit at. oi|,'lil  >.!--'i-vvK'>;o,oJock. Vi-sitinj} bfotliei's  " - : -'"' qoniiiillj' welcomed.  Ii. S. U'IbSu.N', N.G,   J. A, STOXP. U Sc K.S.  SELKIRK LODGE. NO. 12, I. 0. O. E.  jMeets (ivei-y Ttt'.'Sfltiy  y!^'(iS\       T^rr^*.    cvtininij   *i"   Selkirk  P^ W        P^%virnll    at   b   o'clock.  v^SSS^Ss^    in Visit ini? brethren cor-  -gZr ^^fe^ytliitlly  invited' to at,-  tend.  . ouriijoss, n.,g. J. jtf.mmc. si:C  |,re,(]'uircd   numher.     They   jntend   to  .... v ���������....,. .   ���������'.������������������i'|.b'o"f<.it'in.ct"p'ebple who diiiVcbeen restor-  to' nil l.yV'i'yfi-'j p'c| i0' health and streiigtldthrough  'tlie  'iisii.pf-.- -Ui;.- .\\*"i"l li.-i ni=i.*- r[jv|>"'1.'->'.,! !?���������"' TTlVpre  ���������are .ni;iny,stic!i cases, here-in';?���������IJrid'j,'C-'  "wilier and i^ vicinityyaiidywe fire this  j wt'ok .7giv'eu'!pc;rniission to?recor<ly;pne  without| i\ir'''tlie hehelnd of siniiliar :S,utl'erers  i ������������������'������������������'.     ���������    by2l, A. Taylor, ui Arr'&n bead, and  which recently acquired considerable  tniibdyliinit.^ in the Jiitr liend and on  Arrow, Lakes.  ���������RIFLE ASSOCIATION.  i no  present reniedv bv :s.tri:ke, ....,,,.   ..... .......,,.,,��������� .....���������.,.,,-,.,.,.������....-.  providing -:"an-: cqua 1 iy;?:. feliicicnt j Thc^tseMs well ;:known ,fn this;vici,.n-  Ac      7'. ���������"','���������.,..': ,,   \l i ���������������������������-���������\J tv7and 7 thev tenacity :>ot: tncyy.dis-;;    ���������m.eansjiny.Us', ypl^cey.fb 7 secure ad-j (;'.,ioru,,s   rc.n:nr-kabie.-7-For.dX'yearS; y ^.mj'<l, S(   t. {hh.   proved   a  jdi5lnTeiityof.grien'u)^ 'for shootinj,'and the   scores  ;cut'(ha'rthc\?:h:avcdi.:prccedebtdfjr]^ .The  t  d  ;driiC3dd'coiitiM{dedv'.fi'irt;he  useless.,-.   ���������illiuy.. ,eouLi.-iuieu,...iiu uici [...^"i;,.  ,.' ���������"��������� i;ii-v ".������.^ "suwv" .-ji.   >..>> ,       V'-iri-rl er  iaiiitdarWlnitiom/tod-:^;-^!^  .���������,.���������.-,;������������������ r ���������..'.���������" c ���������'-������������������- ���������������������������������������������������������������   ' ���������-,.  M tiisteftil,, hie :t.vbiiroen,������'J be  tiuiuiir-  !;���������: J^'tjv.viii ,   ���������  iinisdnot^bu liniited..ta^axi-,cI������sg7-:ot-';\Ve,;jt,.-qj,���������.f0rd-ie������i;Jv?'.?aj.v.--'yfcars; th^ji'd-ii).-n;-'^rrir;n'r;T  lolir>'i.ni-s' linf .i'ii'iiuV ,.i i-inl \-in nil ������������������rlis- ���������''frr.nrl>!:i tii.-iril :i ii ;lfl\--'sr-fj   the ttr'C of \ivc i .1. Price',    ...  ���������']'iroo'd S;i.rhar.it;i'ii'a'dvis'ed tbc.ur'c a  dAVillinnidTitik'dJ'ills7 . Thd Fills wort  ���������'���������'i-'niveii'ii, iniiyp'ideiitd trial, Mi  f.������r.'dl. Pricp.',  <i.:\/imXi\������  ���������V.lftllDl. i'.vV,. ii. i'irikU-J  aborerrdhut'iuust applvio 'all tlii  puled .hetyveb.ti ��������� ."'.'hth^r'.:" a ni\-2 '������������������cti pi ta I  ivi tii^ t j 1 c"; s I ri c.tes t *;. preija.yi t^iisd-:_ fcxr-j" Hs ).n.g--Cl *n ut A^ r^YttK^'i". Jhr/x&s.'iVi;^" 'J r for'^ |: |f������ ^^t'-S? r''"''  the selectibnd'tif? ������������������ebri.ci'Hati'on.''  antidthey wi'i'ditll'icorie  ajic-nniufoiifc curey,.T.'jdwi'<d..  H  i!)  I������  Hi  i:  )���������(  . II  i:  ,-ytti  jti-������.  ���������a  a;  IT  L'!l  Tii  21  is  I'I  17  i;  io  ������  ���������ii  :jo  21)  T,  II  17  1,-f  ii  I)  J  I  III  I  1   h.l.\l|ir, , j. ,.T> )/,-���������.)������������������  10 Jnnie iiis!:icodKi;afd,'id'^ thiy ,gr.yidn/',dii:'it)V!.for,his ; \v; SfQin-ci  jiiitl.'cbnsi.den'itiondl.h.'it1 is' accorded;;  tO'capitiil.   , The engineer? arc.por-  .feetly,; right in -their con ten thin a n,d  if . those d'idws   ;irn? phiccd bcfordi  .'minister.- anil dnemborsof   parliu- <  jneiit   thev   .should   iwi'i'vii tivcrv  io  ii  PRICE,  ]{iibber  Stamps  No tar v  "Scalh  AVax Scabs  Stencils ,  IJtice'  iWiti'kers  'Pfiniinir  Whi-ebs  Nnmliciing  iMat'hines  Bund Dating  iiml Niimber-  n\g Slumps  Check  Pe'iJfni'.iloi's  Jtubbur 'I'yiiu  frown I'niit-  in;,' l'ro.ou-,  etc., etc..  your Patronage 'respectfully solicited  vears.  7Gi  i.i .- . ��������� ���������   ���������   - ' ,  ,?d\'e congratulate K. ,\V; Horden,  Ifeider of tlie conserv'a Iiye, party, on  the stand he takes on the question  of pricntiil'' irniriigratibn. ������������������.Sjieak-  ing at Victoria he said he saw no  .reason u'hy tlif' Natal law, as passed by Australia and Tasmania,  should not bed disallowed, and  British Columbia's law should he  disallowed. The views of the people   of   tjie ' ivc'sf,  he ."'said, would  K,B.,i^"-v!-  ..,-.,.., ������������������     . .   M". M;MnM  -.,:���������������������������...-,. ��������� ,      .     ���������. to 'al tend, to bis l.uisincs.s .when.it Jooki if. K.������������������aunv ���������  n        ��������������� i  ���������������������������fair.'and just aonipjositmir so ?.as,to7/,] lls (j:h0"���������-;ls dbonicd t>. die,..; He,;is 1;^^'{;;IW,.,,���������;, ' ' '        "  ���������secure-dto��������� labor '��������� tho'danie jusfioodKbifefudlo"thi.-- 'i;i',yit7n/'dieine for his; \v' ruoiiiM.n '   n  '.fiii're  ii tit I hidi'iOyhe.-ifUition h  .-���������"-������������������'���������      y - .���������' .-        -:, ��������� ���������  y'  Iddiifye '..oi ytb"j!'.y i hnAn^'i'^uul} ��������� 7 '',:.' '; ? BANKING,  |ii'i.ni.i|it :iC't,ioii..'(in''.'thc''l'|!oo(l a.ivl iii;rv.:'7   ;.:/ ',...    o*   tlifyi' jiijls s'pceil'ilv, fiiro ; jiiiiteiiiiii, d       ���������   ���������  rlduiiiiitdni, sebftiea.'partial.j'mrahdic'..!     Tbc .M.'tr'>|.uiil,.ii   J!m  ^t? .Vit.d"diiiice.7icrofn)ii and '��������� 'tTiipt- 7K������iii"'d i',nmdi.ii. iv   m     .  . i.'ms diftbdi-kiM,: 'ervsipelas.. ,kidney d;,,^i,i-li "' ���������iVHi'">l)" |  coridtleratibi) in. thefnuiiing "uf dn ! "'^ d'liwi' l-i'-.t,.,,!^. iiiul.tbti fmdtionidy ' 'U7AJ'.;-.iu All Hi. i,'.n  j.m .;.h;nt f  ', .        . ���������    ,      ,.       ','������������������ 'i', ���������''���������'���������'���������     Uiibneiits vvliieb niiiki'S   the bvei'yii ho : the. M'vl-'.." I .mA\ mid ,-/.hjh-   i'.lli'iti.!  arb!!i'atio.ii;biW,;or   l.bc   lxiii!ini<m,.:; (n,i,iy...d,i,i:1on-a doured'of con^UHit.;������<;nr nil   i������.m.>p-r. ,.m-    w'-inii-'     il  ���������'���������.-.'    :;" "sl_ ....;...-. ���������  j. iiii.set'y,   (.?<:(- tire .irimubie u-itli thV- i'uJI ','.I'l'ovinci-  I named'''Dr   Uj'lli.'i.ins' fink   VllU' i<,r [ ::-d..--.;.- : ;-���������.:-:-'  j I'itle lfdipld' oil    the ivrapprr .aroiind ;,_^ ran  d'iieh, lio'.v.   'Sold-, by nit ni.edieine���������d(>al-.|,Ai/iljAlJJljJtv.  j I'l'.-S" rir'xeiit,  po.^t .|iaii|.,flt .>() cents   n  \ bi'/x or'six iti.ve.s, /tir $2t:H()\-\iy addresh  THE H.IFBANKLIN STAMP WORKS  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Tfifcin EXPRESS  E. W- B; Paget, Prop.  j-roiupt delivriry of parcels, baggagn,  etc., to any part of the Oily.  Any Kind of Transferring .  ,' Undertaken.  All orders left a I, R. :M. Smyt lie's  Tobacco Store, or by Telephone, No. 7  will recflivf! prompt 'Ptrillion.���������  GET 4' OKTTJilU ONE T1JH0(J������IJ  Tlie Intern^ffQii^l  .   Correspondence Schools,  dgCIIA.Yl'O.V, PA,  The world needs yon, hut needs you  trained.   ��������� We,teach hy mail, Mecliani-  tal, Steam, Klectrictl, Civil and aiming  Enginei'iiiitf; Shop,and Foundry Pcic-  (icc;   Architecture, 'Pluinhiiitf,  Sheet  .ami Iron work- 'JVlephony, IV-h-^raphy  Oheinihlry, Ornaineiitill Design,'Lt'ttel'-  iiitf    and     Sign    Painting;     Knglisji.  IJiiinehfi-',   J|iiokkffj|)iii^   iind    ^tt'|!l):  graphy, l������lir|in.'J'l)i'r,ipi'iil|V.s, flcriiwin,  'French and Hpani^h. -   ,.  ^Vhe|) wn'tliifj !ila|e subject In which yoi| .-ji't- |n|.eps|,e(|.  \V. If. iMoDOUGAM'; ItepieHentallvf,  N.-lvon, M. G.  Capital, $1,500,000,  P. O.Jiox V.U),  Established 1891  -AMERICAN and EQUITY  r FIIII.ISPAII .COIPAIM���������'���������'  Two of the Best 'Non-Board Insurance 01!ice������. -  Horace  jMitiiniiio-  _ has been' appointed Agent for Rcve!=  stoke' fpr the aboye Compaiiics;  !I]c will be o-lacl io i\note rales, and it is safe to say' the  rates at'which wecoffer to take yonr risks cannot be beaten.  Why pay excessive rates when an opportunity is afforded  you of securing absolute protection against lire at the lowest  rates.     .,,'���������' '  W.  S. HOLLAND, General Manager,  Wholesale-and Retail' '  .   . ���������'.   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Gold Storage:  <^^QeLlga,ry, Alberia;  'florae Grown Vegetables  i  OAlJJJA(iI<J, (;AI!KOT.S,  .  POTATOI'IS, TURNIPS, etc  FIREWOOD.  U Hill he or-  boron I'i v. itb  lie  Baker and  Confectioner.  NEW BUILDINGS.  '.Johnson and-Co. -arc,'making ,t;''.":d  |.TO^rcs.s'' with the brick-wiii'k'ol'������������������('."< P>.  IJiiinc it Go's block.  -.���������'.���������' ' ��������� ' ���������    i       ....        ,  ,.J. J\cniiighnn hii,s7st,Mi'l.ed .work on  his'contract for thcerection of a J'rcs-  bytcriiiniiiaiiHe at ������������������Salmon .\rn\.' ������������������'  JJiim l.ionnelly,. inteiiij.; h.;ililin^. a'  residence at .Subiiijii Arin,        ���������  AilditioiiS .'ire' to ,bc. made to the  Jii'own J J lock..' with 'a., view to convci'l-  inifit into a? hotel. ��������� ���������.''.'���������  O .  ��������� , '.  , ���������  dM('.':.sr.'!..'IJeu'.s iind Alliinr will leave  the block, for frcKh . preiiii.Me.s u'������ the  who'le.'bii'ildinj.f is', refjin'red for,' the  hotel1.., .���������The additions' will' include  raising the roof of the lower portion so  hh' to make ii7whole block three si orcys  in height. Tl'io new hold will have  aecoinniodiilion ol'.'ii! roinn.-i.  iiitf   the lb'. .W'iilii|,iii!r  Dr'ockville, Old..  .Medicine   Co  Y(>ri: /������������������,���������  A full   and eomjilcfe  line of  GROCERIES  M  "I'I'  ;ll   'if.  ^���������STEAMER REVELSTOKE.  '"-..   Passenger LisL     '  Tue-tlii'y, Hei'it.d^Hi'; North.���������. W;  A. Jiitei'r, .Jenkins, Spurlinp, Chits.'  lieufelijieiij, A. W-ilco.v, (',. .J. 'Jiuiie'iis,  MeHfti'M, ��������� ^/nleinoy . Jbilloy, ,. Jd^'iiti,  '.Vic'h'ol-t,; fjndiiiiirk,./}.' ,A.. ('|i|)er, df:'  'Alartin, ,\V. tfiili^, J).. dLaninry, ..J,r  ij.iirsiYiore, K, .Joju/do ���������', fi. ��������� Qiiinn, A.  Fluke.. .I,?l!i';iyl,eii, I), bn.nc, ������J. Ji'rown','  V. tirahiiii'i,  .   Tuewliiy; f-Vjit,   tltli.'   Hoiltb���������f!.   A.  I jip'r, .1. Afii.rl.iu, (',; l.indin.'irk., 'f)nn.  .V|(;fli|(.i,s)|, '7  ��������� 70oe U.ty to do lh.it i- to /i.ttroni/.--  dhe./inn-i who-'- advet ti-eri)"nti- .t|ip.')li  "./'in f'fiiy '|wijjfi.    Jo   fii'lfuii'/   mi'iiti'in  '; tb-'KODTES-AV   M SJf.     '  Pitman's  usiness  1 I'onier Mi Ki-n/ii'  A v euui-  and It.tilw.iy .Street  e  ; Ravt-Futb Bought  Cash Prices Paid  ,, '  ' Opposite Hotel Vancouver,  MISS E.   RICHARDS,  Principal.'  Slioi'thiui'l. Tyfifuvritiiijc,, iioeftloicriliiK. Ti'io-  (,'i'fijiliy iui'I Ai'.r.'liil'iiillli'iil Or.'i.U'liitf. (O'.'kIii-  h,|(.h IWn l.lil������i;'illfi(f'in,'.,������:iii,flj(:iii|, ii.|ifi(iiiil,iti(iiit'i.  iiiciiwivo toraiti for tic/n'rilurH 'i'M por liioutli.  F.  Exporter, of Furs.  Aid" lli'hl 'Hinlily ((f Wull utii'i'tl  TIMOTHY. HAY.  Don't full loiiivt; nit' ii o'lniiico lo IIII yoiifertlei',  I cmi sti|i|ily Jen Willi l',ir/ii im'ikIiicc of liulior  fluidity nt Itovtii' iti'ltii.'h limn yen win pnicnro  fi'iun iinjeiio ulmi,  .4. 1). OIKMVU';,  iicvelniokc,   ���������  Sfleds, Trees,  Plants, Siiliis..   ,  fib'KKXllOl.'.SK I'bAiN'TiS,  for |<'nli I'laiiliiif,'.  ('lean eertlllcale  from   in-  )���������; lector.  CUT KLOWKUS.  ACb'lOUbTtJHAJv  JAII'JJ'bMKiNT.S,  JJJOK HUJTMK.S,  Fit PIT JiASK'KT.S,  FKRTJLIZKIbS,  Catiilo^uc Fn.'i.',  M. J. HENRY,  .'J(j!l!l   \V< ,-liiiinsler   Ifoinl,   \'iincoi|vcr  W'urn: J/.tuon C.vt.v.  (Jet voiir Job I't'iiiiing done at the  MAiivOnice.     d  ���������^ubijcrjU'' JVOW/or (ho Abiih  Ji'pf (|fs|-c|t|.Sii Ii!i(l|i(j|' \VI'i|,o  B. C. Leather Co,  Vancouver, B. C.  Htili"li C'otiiuilitii A������:ciith' for tho cclubralud  ���������'PENETANC'Solo LeiilJier, Cut SoIckiukI  I reel i'lticos.  Iliti'iims J.eitlliurri, liridle, Sitddlc mid Skirl-  Ini,' hunlliors, I>ik;u iintl ImIIko Luialicrs, Upper Uiiillicrs. of till kliidH.  JiltUMiftiutiirci'S of Closed Upporri of all  dcitcripMoiif.  Hlintiinidcei'h' Tools ai|d Kindiiiifs, Saddlery  FTardvv.-n'o, iridosnad Oils,  'J'wo tlioi|sinid iJoei'hkiiis Wmileil  .Saddlery  J IVII [l|Uie,|l.!lll   IJUlThKllll*   l>|l|l|CII.  CaLidoKiicn mid pride llhlboniip|ilieii.tloii, '  PATENTS  Trademarks  ������������������ ...   __.  .   .   ~r    and Copyrights  ��������� obtained in till coitntrleri.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  ^feelituitcfil    Kiiidiieur    and    lJniii(,'lilsiiiiin,  lilliik of Ii. N. A. niiiltilngs, Hiis,|ip(fs Street  VANCOUVER,   B,  C,  A pnnlcai'd will secure an evenlnff appoint  nieiil, for |hohO wlio eiiiinol cull durJiif,' Mie t\\\y  PELLEW=HARVEY,  BRYANT    &    GILMAN,  Vancouvor, B. C.  PROVINCIAL  ASSAVERS  JVlill Tests Smelter Tests  Up to 4000 lbs.  Checking Smelter Pulps a Specialty.  Have You a Doubtful Piece of nock?  We'll Tell You what It is '  FREE brKcHARGE.  BBEBSSBB  y-  T,T^r^rr^'^'- * * *  '"���������"Sfsr 9  11  AS OTHERS SEE US  y  NASAL  CATARRH���������SYMPTOMS  f AND TREATMENT.  A Great Country, Is  the  Yerdictl    Cs\u^h of the nose is usually the!  of Judae KinnnU re   ���������   of il nes'ected   cold or of a sue-1  Mage Kmcaid. cession of colds,   in fact,,many people  Judge   Kincaid of   Eugene    Or ,   thls disease ^lieve that they  proprietor "of   the    Oregon   State "��������� ""'     ' "'      '  Journal, was a recent traveller ov-  RE KOOTENAY MAIL  &\:fc^^  ���������Kmcaid,   to whom he has Pent his  paper giving an account of his trip  JxmpSStT0 raake the foliowins  excepts.��������� Ihe construction of the  Canadian Pacific Railway, a dis-  ance of 500 miles throtbjh these  great mountains, more difficult to  pass and %o much greater distance  than the Central Pacific over the  fcierra Nevadas, the Southern Pacific oyer the Siskiyou*, or the Northern   Pacific over   the   Cascades,  are only suffering freni an obstinate  cold in the head. With a chroniccft-  tarrli the symptoms of an ordinary  cold   are constantly   present, the  ac  Tho interest in the following i��������� which the fee  Name of I 'oon. SJl0rt DescrlpUolI 0, UmJ  is in tlie Crown:���������Continued.  throat and tlie difficulty   in breathing  through   the nostrils usually   consti"  tuting   tlie most annoying symptoms.  Jiut   the catarrhal   disease does  not  stop here; It is always   aggressive, always ready to extend from the head to  the throat, to the  ears,   to the lungs,  to   the stomach, and finally to affect  the whole system hy absorption of tlie  nosonons   discharges into the   blood  i.UiiJ,Mf������]da,18crs always .threaten-  .  ,     - ��������� -    ������������������������������������������,  ���������  e   U\r thc d'sease is believed to, be  ^s one of the greatest achievments"������Tn������������ f^^ operation.   The  of   this marvelous   age.    Notwith '* 0oUhat this v       "  standing   the great natural obsta  cics to be overcome, it is  A KIIIST-CI.ASS JJOAI)  Sate of Lands to Unpaid, Taxes in u, BeveFstoke Assessment Ms-'fc^dddL  , .Wet, Province of Britiso Columbia. "'"'"   eniption Record No,  ^^^ffli^SBg^&E  at the  public'  Vainc of Person. Short Description of Land.  '2 "3  -   .lew .is quite w'rontr is  found in the reports .of cured cases  published hy the Jlrouet Institute  ������Inch includes many instances where  ^ cure was effected by a simple nicth  its   cars are models of beauty   and     i a^r Opo,,ation8 h'ul been perform 1  'comtort,   audits   conductor^   a Sd  etVV,thou^Sl,cccss-  employes   are attentive and  oblic- ,���������o���������Josc who.fes1i>'c to know the tre,.e.  ss ,t<'^tois amrs' ^pz -r* 2������?������*sn$  -Mian, O. II.     '  Ahlin. Krcil....  Abriol, T ...  HcnsIcyH. S...  "jiltlie Mmetis.:::  Illakeiey Peter.,..  Jowett Mrs...  JJirnoy W. (i.  Wurtou I{. S. Ktnl.  do  , ,      ������������������"������ mum pCOpl  rom year to yearns it, becomes  better known abroad. The mountains from Banff west are perhaps  ���������������s valuable for minerals as the  prairies east along this railway are  lor'fanning, and they are dotted  everywhere with thriving towns  mid mining cam dp.  D 1   " i}  KlJVELSTOKE  was, a camping place for prospect-  o:.. passing between the Lower and  Upper   Columbia 40 and 50   vears  rte8tii������ ni,yOIT������ 'n,,,,ros8ing the Scc-  letiiry, Urouet Institute, 72rKc������'ent,a  rark-Eoad, y. W., Ixiiulon E���������Xd  "'J,,^ "Journal" is always Sielo-  | ed a ������&ul>piemcnt.., containing details  ���������of the cases cured during each month,  ��������������� d   also   a Patient's   Report   Form  winch   cnnb,    Briyono      1^      i onn  toit,?   TV,10   ''PP'^ation   of   the  concspo.idence is absolutely free  I icings ever could have passed over  thesei stupendous mountains cover  .        ...      ���������      , -,     " ""������ UUV UI- Uil  =ed with rocks,   brush and trees for Fekd  Wheat, per ton.  Oats, per ton...  "rewery. Hevelsfoke... "   |^t2o,n]OCka..        IjOU 0, 7, S. Ill 3   Vnkiun  win* iteveUoke p:::::  l.ot.'.i, n   -,1. Tronf Ijikn  I^t f IM-%^,'������������?'. TreSt iiki  ii   .-;"-.*'��������� ,{eve!stoke      :i5tSGtSfs?^i3',H'���������n������^-  I^ots I to S, BII i,  Lot-t 17 to it) III |  11-otxZi lo2j. an  I^oUi 1 to i. m G  ,Uts6to21, 1110   ,   ,  LotHl to.i, ni7  I.ots / lo 8, HI 7  U)LS 11. 12, In. 1)17'  . Lots 10,17, m 7  {'OtHl.'t   II1.17, lifflj  IvOts I to IB, m 9  LotsUoSO.ni II  Lou I. 2, 3, ni 12 ,    "  Lots fi. 8, il, io. HI 12       '     ������������������  Lot* 11 to lj, m 12  LoU 19, 20, U| J2 .<  Lots 5 lo 15, HI 13  Lots 13, 11,2' HI 3  Lots II  RI7;,JJot,3, 1G.H18"  Lots i, DI 12  ^oti 17, IS, If), HI 13  Lots 11  12,   Hi  u. Nftkusp  Uts 1!). 211,'m (i  -otslS. H, m 7  -ot 21, 1)1 So ,  k������t'. PI'S. Hovelsfoko      T,w Ht, lS0' Saw ,ni;l etc  fViivnii ������-rr:..i. . Irontljiko  '  .,,,.,. lOiMsoniHc:::::;:' fcs;"^W0, ��������� N".ku?p���������  ?������J (W  13 Gfl  v  ���������p 5 I  5 ���������/  .gal 43  M.iwvell.Itobert-. .  M������vnc,J U   laill.HW.. ,  MeLooti, Alibis...;:  McOcrinot, John   McCarrlcll, T .    ....  MeAbie,.! W.'.'.....'.'.  OIIrlen.L   ! "i'islic.,1 If   "...'"  ������!c, J J   foppock, Mr (J "!...'"  dSi'"*-?!'.1.���������'owlier-:  Kverion. j.''.'.'"'.'.'���������'  Glenn. W...    "  Glut]win, li'li'" ..  Gray, .1.1, owner ...  foper, Jl   g������l>aiitlonsku,(; ,v..  Sjiiionds, A M   llioiiipsoii.L   ,\\ "tlaker. K   ^.'"iiUns.'JIC.     ..  JVcr, William........        -errptioii Hccord No.  IIH...  ���������Tm.  Lot JIM-,. Iliill's LimdiiiH  I're-eiuption Heeortl No  ��������� 1^0123, Gold Creek     ...  Pre-emption Keeord So,  K'lenie, Ctuihli    .. ��������� '     ���������<>.���������>���������.  i 00    31 1.;   ���������',������������Pe'iii1./oIiii  .. .,        ..     ���������"';���������������.  4 00     ������&sl{V."V'M,I*.,,:  ' '     "        "      -'"  4������l   Voi\^&\\ Ijot l������9. Tluii-,. La,,,!^....-.'.'.-  < Si si IS "vJm-.v.v.'.r ,c-u!:",lio" "eeorti"^. ,i7 ::  1 Oil     8 fin      , ~ ���������i'iu:  TinVEE    TABLE  Afe^^^^^^������Kror  triin^d,&COnneCtions with aUap.K.  ^���������ffi^ffl^iS ri������������tto change tunes  4 oo; in ^o  4 Ml 211 (VI  4 CIO,1 1G St)  1 Sf % gj  TfIK "������KD BOBINSO.V LfMBEB CO. LTD.  4 m; io 40  4 Mi 10 40  4 no IC 80  4 (XI 21 (?)  4 (XI 8 80  4 (XI S go  4 <X)| 7'20  4 (X) 20 GO  4 Ofl! 10 80  4 no :������ io  I ml IG 80  4 (X) 7G 00  4 m a; to i  < (H 2U 00  4 (X) 10 10  4 00 lfi 80  4 (X) 10 10  4 (X) 8 SO  I ������l IC 80  I <������> L>y i?)  I 00 2tl (X)  I (������> 115 so  4 (XI, ������ SO  4 (XI :,g (|0  4 00 24 00  I (XI 2| 00  I <X)| 4S W  V. iionixsoN*.  Managing Director,  Tlie Bevelstoke Naviga'don Co. Ltd.  TIME TABLE  (^wring-season of high water.)  TT-r-iw i:,'fc,,,t-:Mi'e Landing each  tLhSDA\ ,AXj).FJtlDA.Y at 2  ni.  1).in.  *'RKD KBASKIl, Assessor,  Itovelsloke Assessment. District,  Itcvelstoko. Ii. ('.  119 05  10 III  nmmer Goods!  .$32.00.  a distance of hundreds of miles  niid���������cros������ed the" numerous roarin-  nvei-p when there was not a traif  a bridge or ferry; But this marvelous achievment was accomplish'  ed by miners and prospectors  some oi whom "are perhaps vet liv-  ...$22.50.  ... $25.00.  ...$22.50.  ....$0.00.  /IV  ill  FISH CREEK MINES  Lucky Jack Purchased.  (From our -Oivn'Correspondent)  The   ownors.of the Banner   Group,  on   Lexington  Creek, are calling   for  tenders   for a 100 foot tunnel on "the  3 proporty., - , . ... ���������        ,  Tliu Kooli'iuiy I.u in her Co! propose  ''inldi.ig'a ���������e������- store at Goldfielcls  where several new buildings will he  erected thi^ fall. ������  . 'H'P Eyn is stjJI closed down peud-  l"tf iIip conclusion of the deal with  I Ho new company, hut is expected to  resume work in a few days.  The Ophir-Lade  Syndicate are still  ng   (he  work   on the   prop-  (lie   new,strike on the Kossland  !  fishing   (he  work   on the   property.  ���������,   ,     ,    ���������   -    - - ^.-^oiand    will  no doubt encourage   the Cn. to put' in  " null for treating their o.ie.  . .1. Knnsfs new hotel, the Criterion  w now lienrly eonipleted and is a cred:  Jt, io Camborne jjr. JSnti^t is now  '"���������"y getting in his'furniture. This  hotel when open will he one of the  I'est this side of Kr.vclstokc.  'K..Mp3Ijilnu has rrturnpd froni  JV'Tkuig   on the Exoolsior,   adjoining  ho Sir Wilfred, on Pool Creel!-, and  brought down some lii:e samples of  f'-eo gold; he reports a well defined  lead running through the property.  The   machinery for the stamp   mil,  and tramway for thc Camborne Group  has arrived and will  bo taken over the  roj'd at once.   As  ibis thc first, stamp  "'ill   and aerial tram on   Fish Creek a  ��������� great den I. of interest is displayed in it  T|ip   Minnesota Jibing nnd- DcvpJ  .rmement   Co. have purchased the Lucky Jack Geo ip   on Lexington Moun  tflln   for n Ini-f-r* figure and will   start  work   at'once.   This is a free milling  lM'oporty   and one   of the beq in   (he     V  gold belt,  "������y, per  ton, timothy  aborts.   ..  Bran, ;;;;;;   SUGAK.    Sugar, per  sack, 100 lbs  VKGKTA11I.KS.  Beets, per 'lb "...  "otatoes, per 100'lbs   Onions, per L00  lbs.    ���������  1  Cabbage, per|h,   ,      "V  Carrots, per 100 lbs,  Turnips, pOT 100 lbs.    ��������� "  Iakji Pkoduck. ".'  Eggs, per doz., new laid  ���������   Case eggs.,       ���������  Butter (Creamery), 'per'l'b  Butter (l)airy) per ���������,     . -  Cheese, per ib... .  Lard, per lb..  -Meats.    Beef, per lb.-, v  ...'    >    '  Mutton, per lb   Veal, per lb...  -rork.pp,-  II)..,'.... .  ' J rum, per |i������...   . '! ���������",��������������������������������������������� .'���������(  Bjicon, per lb..    ,,    ','  knurrs.    Oranges, per doz... J(  Lemons, 'per doz... Ti  Apples, per box      Vrj  Tears, pei- box '.':.'.'!."2.5C  MKTAI. JIAHKKT.  Oopper Xcnv Vork, Lake 11J elec  trolytic JJ4 London  ������51 JOs    *  Lead���������Xew- Vork, $-1.05 to $ I 10  London,   ������ll 5s to ������11 ������b 3,1  Silver���������Now    York, 52.1.     '   '"  Centre Milne & Co';... (Lots ���������'! '������5' ii'l i'i ���������  cHiiyiia,'k^::::;-fe^^f^.1oV...  Jerffii'mi  ' '  1   "tS '*)' III (!'''' Ilo,,S0'N''k"'spV  "   0.7, BIU,        '''���������'.  '   21, t2.III ;) ..   ���������      "���������  Lot lias. Hotel' St. Leon  "   3,1, 13111. lot 7, HIS.   Nii'kuWi  kol*i(B..'IroiuLaku...  L^-.f-n.XoveMtiko..'.'....':  2.'I. 2I,'_B1 id, Trout L.ilco..  Sj"1!);        Ke^������^e-.  i,a. Bin, ������  i*. i.i. in i  :'���������<������������������,.Ri2. nni'ton.   -  "  ._!, Hi i, Naknsp ....  ofll. Kvnnn]]orl.'.'..���������  hilii*' 'teveNtoke  8, HI 10, Ferguson Ill 39.  Itovelstoke  fl. house, 111 j(i.     ,    ���������.  28 ,,BIo Nnkusp.:....  .), It, Bl 7. "  18, 19. Ill 10 "          v!U,,7,J:n,1T,r-1'f,cni1 tovv'iisit'e  .'��������� I,���������?}'{[; '!������\T'������loke ..'  2.U11, Bl 52, Trout Lakt  1. Bl 12, lievoLstoke.  Davv.sonJ, d...  Devlin j, n   ,.   Daly U.K.           Ilovvniu Urm....   Urwly.M..    O'eiieil Peter...!   tieiiell l'eter.... '"'  HtuTison a. II.. '"'  Harris U. It  {rieks Joseph..'.'.['".  Hutchison flros   AloKay Jl .....'    HayliiiKl K   , ntitoliison 11....'.   Hornet' Sain "'"  Home A. I>   XjUv Cieo .'   Jolinsou A   Jowett \V. A....   Johnson II. L...,  Ivirkpulrick J   Ivtiniiifc'linm j,  IvcriitiKhiin J   KellilierH   Kindnioiul R. J)..'  Kiticlinoiul It V.'...  Irvin������ It    ��������� , Little Jlrs. J. r. :  .8 to 15.   Lay Nut K    Lee Kinmu, estate'.  Lewis, Thomas -..':.  Ltuvreiieo, ,1. L...  Lainapa, p.  13 OS  C 15  02 JO  G 10  "i'so  :i so  is ai  9 35 .  aVfiVil-  n .���������������  i 001-  0 /.���������������-.  3 20..  IB HI-..  1 Hi?..,  10 In   102 15  18 00  'in'iin i-i'rio  si no  7 80    i oo,-II 60  liKiOo  io 00  i J'nnjoroiiii, Louis  Matfiowscn, Jl   | Mniiuol, .Mi'sS K ..  do  , do  Alei'fiinlilc ricvelop.  niuntCo  ,   -.    ��������� 7  .,,  Jliiirlieiul, Jl,-s Vf C.. Lot 11,'lVl 21  I'urtL J .section on ,,  i-otT, muNnkiUp:,..;   t m ?xrt mV'"?;,'1' SlUtevoKtoke  Lots h and <), HI t . i������e,,t������������������  Lots 19, 20, 111 7. Hurton  Lots 8.!). 10, Bl 3, nXs  '���������    0. 7,8, III 4 *������?'">������  21,25. UK!  C>, 7, Hi 8 ������i  81 .._  ,:ci wi  131 25  8.M  8 00  20 00  i 8"  12 00  7 30  i on  93 15j  , s ml  " 9fi0  12 10,  5,00,  iii'so  5 F0  81 20  107 10  c in  "i'fiii  3 sn  IS 95  9 35  2.Vr>n  17 10  5 50  2100  i 00  4 00  4 00  I on  4 00  Too  4 no  i 00  33 05  10 15  111 10  10 40  SI'KULAL TIKI'S  will be made U>  miMne.-s oilered warrants s..n,e.     ���������      '  Tlie Company'reserve, the riclit to  *'OH'SLAXD,  .Master.  IL V.'  TROUP,  Purser.  bcrccn Droors, Adjustable Screen Windows  Screen Wirejfeirigcrators, Ice Cream Free/'  crs, Garden Hose, Nozzles, Spn,ys, Couplings  Lawn lowers, Water Coolers, Water Filters  Coal Oil  Stoves, one and two burners  EVERYTHING IN THE HARmVAHR LINE  Hardware  Stoves  Tinware  LAWRENCE  1 50  4 W  3 0"  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mail Llacs.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  Pretoria,,    A\UN'^Kr������o.,tre������l.   '  i'lirisinn   -'      .      . * Sept. fi  N'tiiniditii,   - ' Sept. 13  TiinNinn      ' .      . "      "      '     "   Sept. 20  C'tirinihi.ii,   .      . .'      -     -      Sept. 27  co.o,r,iNipx "^^ ^lvoli  Califot'iiiiin      -      . '      "      '   " * f.Sept, 6  Colonian    ���������'. " Sept. 20  ���������"'���������--   Oct. II  I ,kn r-    A?:U UNK-*>������������' -Montreal.  !'\keP,!!'?'."P^"''     "      ���������      ���������     '.���������    .    sept II  "   " .11  "   18  . "   25 '  Oct  ._...w v,,(,,,,.,,  Lake Ontario  bike Kric  Ukc Jiegantic  Uike Snneoe   ���������  flleLood   MeLeod. KM V.  Naiilt, JO...  Meltay. Mr   Iveinietly J p  .,  Clark, Mrs   McUwKor, K W  McDonald, Jiln.ii-  do  MeDoinild, J A    MoJvenzio, Mrs J[...,  MeKinnon, j o  do  McIjiuighlin,D  Needlitun, II   do  .'ilots, Hold  Lots 10, 17, lil 1,  '      IK, 19, 20, HI jij,  ,Coiiiaplix.  Niiknsp  Lots, 111<)7,  Dwelling  Lots 13,1J,B| 0  Lot 3. lil 45  ." io, in i;  Lot.t L'.'i, 21, UI.5  Lot, It), Bl ���������>  Lots 10.11,131 IS,  Lot '.'0,131 m  Lots II, 12, 131 ,V)  "     -15,27, BIG  23,21.1311  -'-3,1, Bill  N'ukiisp Limdaiiil lie-Lots fto'ifj'  velopnieiiL (Jo.,.     '  ���������a but  keep on hi-iC"  Acini:-i window  wn  'i.1  3C fr  slices ��������� (hat's  they were niacl  But keep cn W7c.tr-  ing thc shoe you '.������������������no-.v  ���������to   hi "a3 god',:; j?  loolcs/'��������� $.i,00 $vrn  ���������'The Slatsr ���������������::;."  LABORS CALL.  large  The   I'l.oenix    Trades   and   Labor  ��������� Council . Iins endorsed   the   Socialist  fcj>|iilf<irm,  Tlio l-pniisylmnhi. State |o������is|���������t������iro  ktt������l niK������t nnd :al<t! M,.,,b l0 Cllf, tl)e  f oon I i-lnko,  'Tl|eliri,i,h   vvaKo   roll has declined  ���������iCKI.OOO ii week, and there is a  iJ't'ii.MC in iineiniiloycd.  The Trades   Union Congrcw sitting  Ion   agiunst,   omjinlMry   arbitration  Jiiy a two thirds majority.  The Trades and Lflhor Congress'sit-  1'iiig in London has iiassed ,i resolut-  Imi denniincing (,r���������st8 1|s n l)mmx {0  fal-fii' and national proxperilv, and  |lei)iaii(llng niilloiml ownership nn(|  ftiiiLrol, '  Sir Christoiiher Kiiniei.s. the h|,i���������.  Ituldor, who is a free trader, expressed  io opinion (hat the tendency of  England was towards protection,  Ihilc he would n���������i, l,c surprised to see  lii'.vncn adopt fr,.c ii-.K]0,  IO. B.HUME & CO.  .Sole Local Agents  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary, Plumbing, Hot  - Water & Steam Heating  Second Street, Revelstoke  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer In  BJBBF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  -    Fish and Game in Season.  All orders promptly filled.  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  O'Connor, jvlr.s S  O'Uricn, \j    Orinslij- OC   O'Toolu, J Al   I'ounoro, J K ..'.  PIctird.K   I'ta'iin, .fiiincs ..  Pipur,.; O   Pnrntils, Qimelia,  l'rnltrctln,,!   i'(iri'ln,A .t   I'lnyiirt, Jnlni ...  Itiunscy, It   Robinson, .1   ItltclilcU I'' "  tin  tlo  Klclinrilsni). (> W...  Shiiw, (J K   ���������Strnwlint.'k, I'iuk;,..  Sni-lmw, II    .Smith, J IC    Christian,.! (��������� ."  .Smith, Mr* M    Htoiviirt, A M   Stownri, AT '  TciiipU-.C II   roliion, K \y       TIioiihw.SIiw W S ..  Hiornyorofi, V K,...  Urf|iilmrt, f| W   CIlOIIL', V\'|l||   U'i-ihIi, k n   Wlillolow, C M....  H'lllianmoii, It '  ������*OOllK,,I Cl '  Yoiihk, .1 II    'appliiK, it   1 told,  " I to Hi,  ' ltojii.  ' I to 10,  ' 1 to Hi,  ' ltolfi, '  ' 1 to '22.  ' 1 to SO,  ' llO'^l.  ;    L'to fi,  "��������� 1-'. I(i. 17.  31 to 30,  I,  1������   17, IS,  20, 21  (itolif,  1.2,  I8to2;t,  -'Slo.'iii, i  1.^.1,0.8,11,12,'  18 to 10,18.2(1,'  ���������I in 32, - ���������  1 to 22,  I to 1(1,  I(>. 18, III, 20, '  I.-',3-i.(i,7,ll. '  12 1017,  2,8, 1..'i,0,    '���������  II to 20, '���������  i,  7 to I(i, "  11,12, UK).  Hcvulstokc  Illioillovvaet  Kcvelstoko  (i  I'VrKii.soii  Niiknsp  Trout Lake  t''ergn>on  . *i  N"akn'i|i  Henton  III 22, .Vtik-ii J  " 21, "    "  " :������i, "  ���������'��������� :is, '���������  " ������i,     "  a i2i    ..  '������������������11,     "  "   48,      "  " m,    ���������'  " iii.    ������������������  '   i.  '   i,  '   i,  '      (i,  '     <i,  (i,  fi,  8,  Hi  10,  . 12.  11..  11.  H),  10.  js:  20,  20,  10 .V)  180 20  !) on  02 40  4 on  5 00  12 on  ���������-:i 2(i  ' 3 20  11 20  10 10  io m\  '39 no  I 80  13 60  ' !) 35  13 2.i  20 OOi  10 I.i  I 80  i (X)  in 40  7 20  0 10  ��������� 7 00  IS 00  8 IXV.  IfiRO  ���������iSO  8 on,  '4 Ofl  4 on  ,4 on  '4 no  4 on  4 00  4 no  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  I 00  4 00  4 001  'a'oo  4 00  21 80  0 80  Camborne has been called the  Rossland of the Lardeau.  <KHKH>-CK>0-<>  .Mi  my believe that   Camborne lias'  Appir to --^^^^.Smp^K-  T. W. BRADSHAW. Agent, 'sevetatok^  iijiilii^  Trains leave    j ^ ., ,  KJSVELSTOKK'Dallv  ISun. Wed.  and Fri.  Hiture than any mining camp in the We^  a greater  tiling  Tljose who are wise and, can si.e up a ���������' aood  are gcttino-.m.onthe Ground Floor? '  0 00  3 Oil  1������ 2.1    4 00 ' 23 2.)  10 40  7 20  0 4n  I 00,  4 (K)  4 ml  4 (10  4 (XI  Some  of the  best  lmc   iv.���������      1  -   i '   ,  -napped ,,,    Don^ou wan?onef ^   ^  'Twill Make Money for You While You're  Sleeping.  8 0.5    4 (io   12 05  11 40  II 20  10 40 I  11 (SO  22 OO  H. S.  THE 0/  WALLACE, MANAGER  'BORNE T0WNSITE CO.,  -'   CAMBORNE, B.  C.  Corner   Douglas  tuitlKitufbtreelH.  Lot 10, Bl 7, -MlKllsp....  Lots 1 (ofl), 15! II, Trout LnkV"  Lot i!i, 111*0! N'likiiitti"!   -*,  jfiWt in pari I;:j,Ki|','t23';''j   ''' M  Lot ��������� n" ��������� ���������'-"i?.1?1, "erol-"^.    I" Hi  J'OU 13, 20. 2i, HI a, Viikimn  I"Olsll!,17,Ill3.LoU2l'wn fl" '  Lot 20, HI 5. '" '"    ..  LoU 0, 7. m 0, .<  Jj.?I'.!)���������'   {!'?,"' HovclJoke  I   ,   '���������������.       Id,  I    ' u     " '"' N'nkimn  !r;|:.iixLu,,.H,^:^  >l^0l 21. HI b. Nfit-iiKii  .Loix.UBB.HIIS, Tkiiiil,,^:"  0.10.   " J.'hotel,   "N'\rwl'  i.5,i7,;;ii,Lot;ini8"  Sloro.iiu-, HoveMoKo"rt011'"  1V2.  -'V'J'     Nft!J'������l''-"  l',2,'A, j; 20, " _  ii"  HevclhtoKe      '   '    '    '  ... ���������n    )Q  if)  REDUCED RATES  EAST.  WASHINGTON, D.C.       <t>���������n Q ~  ������"d Rolurn, ;-  ������( (,QQ  Good going Si������pt.f29, 30,'      '.  RfLurnuin. within CO days.  WEST.  NEW WESTMINSTER     *. Q  0  ���������������nl Return '   JIZ.OO  Good K������inK Sppt. 2Slh to Oct. 1  i���������e  Roiiirniiijr until Oct. G.  T. W. BRADSHAW,  ^gent,'  REVELSTOKE.  13 J0  ' ,V)  l.')00  l-'8 (X) 1101 25  1 00 m 00  1 00 8 80  1 (XI 17 (i.)  j (K) 1!) 0.>  ��������� 00 80 15  1 (in 13 00  I (HI 72 (X)  i (X) (!,-> 10  1 (X) 8 (Xi  1 (XI R oo  I 00 11.20  I (Xll I!) :w  (]|_Formil information  c,.U on or ���������d.  E.J..COVLE,  Comfortable ak������ Beautifuli^Q,0^El{-  Furnished Homes  iU'o n.i.do possil.Io witlmutgrci cS,,onsc l,v  ^c.oosn.g fro,,, our   largo ������n,l  vnriod stock  Ssir V10'111*1 ������"k' ^���������'���������"iluro.Croi  'cy 6 h niorb .Curpccts and Rugs, Scotch -ind  ^ntflKsh Linoleums 50c to fll/id yd     Silver  S\y ss mid BnglisJ, Lace Curtain." '  Furnishers to all Classes.    . Victoria, B. C/-  1(1 80  ii :io  :io (xi  FINANCIAL.  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS  SANITARIUMS^  Dominion L.uul Interest only  28 is  31 (XI  .'il 11.1  io r,\  10 III  Ii l.'l  12 /io  0 10  r, qi  12 0.1  r, oo  .11..  .12 ;i.i  ii (i.i  88 IS  IS (IS  HBO  lil 20  II (XI  I ool  I IX)  32 15  ."������ (K)  CANVASSER  WANTED  ^   hell   I'RI.VTEHS'    JXK_a  J������'������'-n������lforH(!vcrtiWs-i,���������l,iijJi1.  od weekly ilt five do|hirs ,, ye.n.  It tencl.es Hie science and prnc:  ticoof Ac!vertising,,i���������d is liighFv  estwMMcd l,y the  ,���������o.st, .--uccesstul  mlvertisers in   this countrv  anil  Groat Britain.    Liheral comini.s-  fc������iii allowed.    Address   J'KJV'f-  ������KS'I.VK,   10 Spruce  St., X0W  iork.   ,  so .'id1  t.>cii������!..,,tdiet1 ;;;;������������������;; ,:;;  j1 s-ron,y<i^m^-<  of Itipiuis Ti. Iiiiles ������i.viiitfj.c������,l,l ,,,���������������';������������������ lhe,lv"lSKi^ M-iil ...... |,ox  ������������-"���������������"������������������ i������. i ��������� n.a;;.    ; ^rr,; *;xari-inK ^ fo,���������B, ^  '        "01,(vc ''''lVt! "wn IHMniHiicnllyi'iiivd.  I  00 30  .lolm^oii, Anton  Polei-hOii, O^enr .  Hi" Doniiiiitin iron mid Oonl  Com-1  ���������iiiy luisnl.Kprl.x.-d (hoDominion Coal  fJiiijiiiny with ii.enj)itn|ofi(i20,000l000' I  INSURANCE  The   Muttiii! Fire Iiihiii'iiiico Co.   of  .. v -pv ,������'.'1'',������*  projiiircd, (o i.SHtie policies  /J,fitniier.s, ' ���������  iiiniilwiiJon wiUi ail i)art������ of i     ,.. ������ '.'  wo nmllH arrive and1 U> "ir u'^,   ft''  I]������ ImiUw euro nil norvotZmiH in, I n,  <! KWisMi' IU  'wotors   lien       I  K|,'     .'  "inlionys-  stii'iitinsuil  :,,Yl.- ��������� :lS^^?^^^sr  v\ illinnisnn, A 'SIC 1  wr'nn ��������������� nn.V, i':   22 (XII  22 (XI  32 (X)  1(1 00  AT JDRUaGlSTS.  The livc-ceni packet  is   cnot.jvh   for ?lI1 ordinary occasion  I he fam.ly bottle, sixty cents, contains it supply for I year  TIip Interest in I lie folloivltiK, in vvliicl, tlie fee U j��������� lIl0  22 (XII  22 (XI  32 (X)  10 (Kl  Crowii:-  iiceclt, Tliinimt.  ('���������wscr, D IJ.. ...  Hrotvii, II ."  iloiirt,'Ci)i'!, Geo'.,  a-vniliclil. w..;.:.  liotirne, KA   .7.  ���������Hnilrn.iii; Alt...  HnrrldKO, .Inn..   jl-ot 1113, (Jnleiin H,iyT7T  IjODlllO. Halls. Landim-  rre-emption Itccortl No?  l(������...  12fi.v.  'xo'.''.'.  113,  \  Ii ni, ,.w������" no" '""OntH, linden,;.     Ho n"lKO, .Inn  "        .   .. ���������>'     ��������������� ..  '-':������������������  Si    I 1    ���������;V-lllC "'""H/roin ihbi y".  CtinnliiKliiini. A .....   Lot 113, Halls Un.lind ���������"���������'',::  Special   Winier ferrn's i   dBlQdlo^fi   ifS^d.d::::!    ���������   "           ���������:     )\    J-2  Per   Week.' | ���������!\'rl5������'P. ,_UV......... ������������������-.-|Ut 27i2,o I,owner    LIihIki'cii, V A.  I I'ru-cmpMoii Accord No. Vjl)...'.  17 00  SS 10  12 80  I". 00  11 20  7 70  17 CO  8 80  10 00  12 80  12 80  43 20  17 Of)  180  '������.(XI  17 00  S3 -Mi  12 80  17 00  11 20  7 70  17 00  ���������   8 80  10 (XI  12 80  12 80  ���������13 2(1  17 RI!  Ill (XI  1 S(J  ! (XII  ���������I (XI  ���������1 (XI  4 (XI  ���������I (XII  ���������I (X)  ���������I (XI  1 (X)  21 0(1  ''Ml'.10  10 80  21 0!)  IS 20  11 70  21 m  12 80.  ^Cook's Cotton Soot Compotma  Cirtls. and Canada ������������������ & Book 6^^  'J 20 (X)  [. ������ ' 10 80  1 ������' lfi 80  ���������i (X) .17 20  ���������������������������'!! .21.00  I (������ 2(1" (X)  1 ������X)I 8 8U  COMAPLIX  J. H. YOUNG,       -      ,: -  : ,"������������������'���������. "       Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors andXi^trs '   ' '" ��������� '  Iravellers to  Fish-Creek will fmd evcHU,^    ' ���������,   ���������  at this Hotel '        d ^ccJIent, accommodation  *%LJ������ food's Phosplofllao,  bold and recommended brail  able medici.no discovered. ���������tt  "������w cu������.  Famphleta free to any addrSad^  Xbo Wooa Company, W&rVfltoj.  Wood's Phosi-hodivk is him i��������� ii������������..m.i '  by Canada Dn,K ' & Hook fe.f(ld ^ gj^k������..  C/  feffl ONLY
Makes a Delicious Drink
of Lemonade-
Revelstoke B. C.
BORN.        "     ~',
McLkoii���At ItevolMoko, Sepf. 1'Otli,
t'i Alderman,and .Mr.-. J. McLod, a
LtviiMAKK���At Jtevelstoko, on .Sept.
Jlth, to .Mr. and Mrs. C. K. landmark, ii daughter.
MoHfj.w���At Revelstoke. 0)i Sept.
lltli, tlie wife oi J. 0. .Morgan, ol n
Hv-J'remier Semlin visited tlie hos-
liit.il yeVerday .unl s.iid it was tlie
best ho&pital in the lyovincc.    ,
The ncoi-ity of :i hn~pil.il for the
i-ity )���< shown hy the face that 17 e.ih-
i'n were ticaied 1'.'-t inontli.
.)., Mitltyv i- exhibiting magnificent
'specimens :'f pmnjikins. marrows
.-quash iiiitl tnmalocn grown nt his
gin den.-.
Dining (ho past week tlie steamer
Kevelstoke lias taken more freight
into the Big Lend tliiin litis gone in
thc last ten year.- put together.
.). I.on.-dalo' u:t(-; received into the
Revelstoke hospital this week suH'cr-
ing from injiirie.- reeeivt'd by falling
over  the trestle ;tt the Iiii; Kddy mill.
The le.iin for today'-, l.teros-e ir.iiteh
with Kaiiilonp.s was to In.- picked fiom
ihe follow ing players:���Trimbk. .Miller, Civilian, lly.itl. KdwariN, Xe.-liitl,
Ci'.-'hiiin, .l.icke-, .Moir, .-"taiiftird, Melville, Chtiinl.ei.-. Carey, (lonld.
Mail us lo Koyal Crown Soap
Wrappers, and in return we
will mail a beautiful Picture
size J (5x20 ; or for 25 Wrappers
your choice of over J00 books.
Drop us a post card asking
for a catalogue of premiums ,
to be, had FREE for Koyal
Crown Soaj) Wrappers.
The Royal Soap Co.,
Vancouver, B.C.     '     Limited.
���na Persona!
Tliis'is Tory week in Revelstoke.
'   Smith   Curtis condemns the mines
Xelson may 'purchase   the   electric
tramway there. '
Kamloops sent 21 delegates to   the
conservative convention.
450.000 British   troops were sent to
South Africa during the war.
W. Whyte says  the Doukhobors aie
not ninking successful settlers.    .
The   approaching    Kamloops   fair
promi.-es to be the best yet held-
The. English journalists arrived in
Tuesday and went on' to Rowland.
, The   kindergarten   school   will    ic
opened on Monday by Mrs. Wilkes.
700 packages fruit from Okanagan
were taken on at Sicnmoiis   yes'erday.
Nominations for the Yukon elections
close Nov. 4th,' and ejection is Dec.
It is reported that Jjishop Dart sustained ii serioi-s accident at'Montreal.
The provincial. government have
taken 5steps to enforce-cleanliness in
dairies." ���
Nelson liberals linvc resolved to extend a hearty reception to Senator
We remind ratepayers of the poll
on the. water and ' light by-law on
Wednesday next.
Cronje is satisfied with the peace
terms and urges Boer and Briton to
work hand in hand.        ' ,
Coquitliim conservatives insliuctid
their delegate to oppose party lines at
the Kevelstoke convention.
Sir. Wilfred    L.iurier has been ill at
Paris. ,
. .Mrs. 15. A. , Lawsoii   gave   a   party
Thursday night.
Mr. and .Mr-.   A. .McGregor have returned to the city. '   <
T. W. I!ain'got back yesterday  front
his trip to the Bend.
ti. iS. MeC.liter went smth Tuesday,
returning Wednesday.  <
Miss ' Annie Merger, of  Jllicilliwaet,'
is on a vijit to the city.   ���. <-.
.Mr. and .Mrs.   Fred.    !'av I
returning lo Fngiaii'.l..'
Jli'ss Hall   ai rived   from   I
Week on a vis'.t to'Mis.. Lewis
Pav lor   intend
'"io-ld this
Capt. Hughes and   E.   A.   -Bradley
left lui Smith Creek yesterday.
.Mr. and .Mrs.   E.   A.  -B'-adicy   mid
Miss Jai vis letur-nd from Smith Creek-
B. S. lilackwell, traveller for "Hluo
Ribbon" g.mils was in town on Saturday la.M, "
Mi.-> Kniser, of' lhe stall' of the city
schools, returned Wednesday from her
ea-lei 11 tour,.
It. M. Sniytho entutaincd :i few
friends tit his home on First Street
Thm.-ilav ninht. ��
Miss Franci- I'.tget -left on No. 1
yesterday, for0 Vale to lCsiinie her.
studi'',- at school.
Supl.-IJouiiicn'iS. W. IL. Wilcox and
C. Detitcliinan returned Tuesday to
the Standard mine.       <
.I. Tweeddale. formerly of   the   I111-.
perial l>.ink stall', 'has rutin ned to   the
city froi'n .Missoula.
Cecil V\". Ward has returned to
Kamloops and is dilating in London
the Canadian Real Property Co.     ,
The conservatives will .probably
nominate ,1. M. Scott 'as ilfOir candidate for this riding next election.
Sergt. Moscrop, ol   Vancouver,   who
has been in   Hi-ley.
dav on a'vitit to hi;
Clements A Co-chemists, ;iu'd-r0ely
increasing their stock.
S. Magui're, of Salmon Arm, oilers
special bargains in fruit supplies.
'"   Jt. 11. Trueiiian A  Go's I'hcto Studio will Ii: open Sept. Jijth to 30th-
.1. A. K'crnaghan "s advertising fir
ten carpenter-? with four months,work
Those requiring furniture will profit
by making selections from R. Howson
A: Co'.- stock.
R. Ilt'w.-on A Co. are advertising
furniture, sale of their entire stock to
clear cost.
.1. I'. CresMmm has six hands at
work in his tailoring establishment
ii'inl has sent' for more. " ,
Travellers visiting Revelstoke will
find the best accommodation at the
Central Hotel. Abrahamson Bros, o
When you come' to Kbvejstoko hail
the Central Hotel bus to take.you to
a good hotel. Abrahamsoiv Bros.
Props. . , o
' Hy the sack, Potatoes 1 cent per lb.
Turnips U, Onions 3,Carrots l.l. Also
Gucumbefs, Onions, Csuiliflowqis   and
Tomatoes for, pickling at J. Maley's.
1 r '
The W. Abrahamson Addition to
Trout-Lako stands ready to oiler every
inducement to those wlio wish to purchase, lots for private or business purposes.      (
'Do you want to insure your building
and property at thc best "rates and in
sound companies ? Then drop a postcard io Horace Manning, who will call
on von promptly and attend to your
.J. Laiighton, fuimeily ofBevelstoke,
and recently of Ferguson, has arranged to lease the Br; wn Block on First
Street and convert it into a hotel.
'J he building is commodious and substantially' built and should be well
suited to the puipose.
For a third of a century Ameri.=
can housewives have found  Dr�� ���
Price's   Baking  Povvder  invariably a guarantee of pure, delicious -
and wholesome food.
'     0
Always makes the perfect  hiscvit,
cake and bread.
HIS JJONOUIt the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council" Lias' been
pleased to make the following appointment:���
2nd .September, 1002.
Wll.U.VM   E.VIJ'KY   MoLauciilin, of
the Oily of Revel-toko, Enquire,   to be
-Mining'KecordcT for   the   Revelstoke
Mining Division.
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands in West Kootenay ;���
Commencing at a pest planted on the
South bank of Coldstream �� "mile
above French Creek; thence East 80
chains; thence South 80chains; thence
West, 80 chains; thence North ' 80
chains to the point of commencement.
Dated 4lh September, J 002,
Price Baking Pqwder Co.,
Note.���Baking powders made from alum
and other harsh, caustic acids are
lower in price,but inferior in work
and injurious to the stomach.
Advertisements under ibis heading
will be published at one cent per word,
per issue.    Cash with order.
\NTED-A lady, middle-n^t d,
wishes :i position' in l he'upper
country, ii< general Iiotisekeepei' to
t vvo oi' thiee gentlemen or widower
vvitli one or two children. Applv P. O.
Box 172. Victoria. B. O.
Fancy work, including; Embroidered
Lunch and Five O'clock Tea Cloths,
Center Pieces, Tea Cosies,. Diavvn
Worn, Fancy Cushions etc., for sale
iit reasonable' pi ires at J\Irs. Turn rose's
store, corner Melvenzie'ave. and ].-.!, st.
WANTED���immediately,   ten   carpenter-;    four    month-'   vvoik
guaranteed.      Apply
ban, Kevelstoke.
WAXTF/D��� Hotel
uet  registers
guaranteed.      Apply to .1. A. Kei'nag-
ban, Kevelstoke.
proprietors    lo
���agisters  at (ho Kootenay
Mail oiilce, Revelstoke.
A fiii'in for h.ilc,
Sir-. J). Willis-'1
iot!  buililin
toko, 15. (J.
Ic, iroot!  building
Apply to
"]?OIt SAIjK-Clicap; 10 iici-c-of land vvitli
-I. jfnod t)tiili]iiiL's mid fli'sl-ula.--: wulurvvorks;
tvvoKi-;.fiihn.!��.-. ..i^i -.'oxHI fuul; t vvo ac-rc- of
stnivvburrii'-, all irnjf.iltjd: all iinin'ovoincnts,
etc.; Kotid iiiitrki-i-. Koi' fui'lltcr infoi'malion
apply 10 t'V.tclie Uros., Sayvv.ird, H. (J.
Iti.vr.t.svoici: Rmun-o 01.' Wj.st Kooticn-av, in-
VJ'OTICK i- licrcby fiiven tlml I slnill, on
.dN .AliMi.liiy, lliu liiinl day of November next,
bold a (.'tinrl. if Jtevi.-ioii J<jt- the iinrposcof
liuiii'ttiKiind (U'lr'nniniiiKiiny nr till objection-
,ii;<iiiHl 1 lie retention ef i.ny iiniiiuor iniiiies on
tlie Hcul-ier til" Vijioih fur the I'evvNlokc ititl-
ini?of W'e-t Koolen.iy. in lite West ICootcmiy
Kiccloi'iil I)i-lrivi, .Such <"innL will bu open iit
Vi o'clock noon, at I In: Court IJoiM', Kevel-tokc
II, U,
Fltl'.ll KItASKIt,
Collrclorof Volciviforllio lieveNloke
Hiding of West Koiik'tiiiy. in tbc
We-t ICooletiity Klectoral Di.-triet.
Itcv-cl-kike, Jl. C. Atm'ti-=l -Vj, 190.'. sep 3
NOTICE is hereby given-thnt 30
duys after dale I , intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands in West Kootenay:���
Commencing nt a post planted on the
South bank of Coldstream about two
miles below French Creek; thence east
80 chains; thence south 80 chains;,
thence, west SO chains; thence north 80
chains to the point of commencement.
Dated -ith September, 1902.
v ancotiv er.
Railroad' Watches...
Waltham and Elgin, Hampden and Hamilton, 17 and 21
jewels. Vanguard. - IOIgin
Veritas, Crescent St., Father.'
Time, C. lv. K. Special, B. W.
. Raymond. Appleton Tr.iccy,
J81 Special.'   Send for. prices
Watch   Specialists,^-Vancouver,   Jl.   C
"I^Ott SAbK-At AiTovvbcitd a-ni.ill-lock of
J; fi'inl, t'iUined (,rood.-, book-, mid stntioneiy,
ttiiioiniiiiif; to about. ?l()tl; til-o More inid dwelling lot's.Ui; oi- ronL Addfc���, Airs. Jt. L. .loltn-
^,011. Ali'OVV'llLMtl, Jl. (\ <
For Sale.
riiirrc riONTKi:it jtotkl. "hkaton*, ��. <\
.1 , The sole (.'(intent niy ^clliiifj out ii llmt I
have lo leave tlii-t-di-ti'iel, on iicconnt. of ill
health.   Apply to
>    ISAAC HATK, Pi'opt'irloi',
lien ton,'J1. (J. .
AJOT1CF   i.-t _
i_> , iiieeting tit'lhe I^oitrd of Licens
ing Commissioners of the City ol
Revelstoke, io lie held after lhe expiration of HO flay.-) from the first
publication of llii.dnotice, ) intend to
apply for tin'Hotel Litiuor License lo
be granted |() me, in res-pet t of the
Pi-einises ei eeled ' iitid iu(hc i-it-c-ted
Upon lhe West half of Lots 'J'en,
fSli'Ven and Twelve, Block Sixteen,
PlauOyO. Hevelsloke, known a> the
J5i own I31oek.
Dated  this ISfinili day of Sept., 1002.
In L''e niatter id' I he "Companies Act
]S(i2 lo IS!).'i" and in (lie niatter of the
'Lillooet, Fiasci' Kiver and Cariboo
Colt! Fields,- Limited, in liquidation.
rpIIN creditors of the iibove named
1_ Cinnpanvitre retjuii ctl, on or before the 22nd day oi Oclolid',. 1!)()2.J to
send (heir' niitnes and addresses ami
the pailfi'id.'us of liieir delils hi- elaiins
verified and lhe names ,iml .tdtlresses
of their'Solicilois, il any, lo M. le
Vicoinle tin Peloux "and Mr. IL C.
W.V.'itt, College Hill Chaniltei'S, College Hill,, London K. (\, iingland, the
duly appointed Liquidators of the said
Compnny, or to J. V. Armstrong,
Kevelstoke, 13, C, iheii agunt, and if
so retpiired by luitit.'e in wiitina;, to
coinn and |iiove said delils nr elaiins at
siicli,tiii'ie and place as shall lie appointed in such notice, or in default thereof
they shall he excluded from the benefit,
of any,dibit ihution made before such
debt- are pi oved., ���    .
Dated iheOlh dav of Seplenibei 1002.
Per their Agent, ���' '
.1. V. ArinstrmiK.
NOTICE.      '
XOTJCE is hereby' given that 30
days after date 1 intend ' to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a. special license to cut and
carry away timber from,the following
described lands in West Kootenay :���
Commencing at a post planted Similes from Coldstream; theiice west
80 chains; thence south 80 chains:
thence east SO chains; thence north 80
chains to the point of commencement.
Dated 1st September, l'J02.
,   MAYK1XCA1I).
F. C. Cotton.
formerly   chief   eom-
Notice to the Public.
J. Pridham, of Kelowna. got .153,000
for his fruit crop of 2o acres of apples,
cherries and plums this (season.
missioiier of   Lands   and   Work-, is 11' the.   drug -tmes of the city vvi
visitor to the Con-
Commencing on Monday, Sept. 15th
'"��� '������'������ ",in   close
iv.itive conventitui., on   the   evenings 0/ Wednesday
��� " idiiy   at  7 o'clock,   and   remaining i
TWO ite-idcnee--oip JlcKenzio A venae, with
modern improvement-, .>J,,jU0 each, on c.ny
terms. .,
TWO Ite-idcnee.i on Tliinl Street e.i-t, very
convonicnt lor railway men, $l,f(il) each,
easy ici'ini.'
ONK Ituiidcnce on Kir-t Street e.-ist, wish re-
ftnired ��-3W, stibjccL lo inoi'tcagc.
Apply lo
'.Mis.    Hngnen left  on S.mtid.iV   for. . ,   .  ,      , ,,   , .
New Wclniinster a few month.- to en-1 '���"���'��'��S^*cepl MUmd.-iy, at. !) o cloc
able Jlupert to attend the High School
there.   " '
1 &
uiday   lor   some
good baskets.
lisbins:   ,iiid    iniide
'J. C. Shields has the confiact for
building the telegraph line from 150
Mile J louse to Qucsnelle Forks.
'The Kossland   delegates to the Conservative  Convention   here have been   veslordav.
instructed to support party lines.    ���     j'   ilrr ^   ,AIrtf.    AlkllIS   ,!1(1   j1Uf
Miss   Marion  Paymond. of 13'jston,; ^I'l'i'''"^ "f'H to   Ciin_willi.im_onS.it'   ^
climbed   Sir  Donald   last week,   and '
Prof. Collie has scaled Mt. Forbes.
Fred Frascr, collector of votes/noti-'     "���   'f- 'b-ock. manager for thc , Nor- \ %
lies   he will hold a Court of   Revision   tliwe.-t  Uevelopement   Sv ndiente, p..id , h
of   thc voters list on Monday, Nov.   '.).���} ''ni'f \"i��it to the city Finlay. u-tiun- , >;
,    ��� ,. '   ' 1 ing S.itmd.iv. ; ")
J11   thc Cape parliament the   mem- ' -.-".���
here of thc Africander Hand defeated!. C. S. McC.11 ter. city .-oiienor. Jia.- f
Sir John Sprigg's M.nistrv by 4L to , 1>llvitwl llu" -^Liyor and Aideunan to a ^
27,. , farewell nt hi- residence to C. Id .^h iw,   ^'
.   '     retiring cilv clerk. ^-
A meet mi: ot ^ ictoria conservatives     >       ''      " ' r,
declared   for party  lines and 42   dele-!     Dr. and M'-    Cinuther-   .\t\t\    Mr    ��
gates   were elected to the  Kevelstoke,1:'.1,1'1-Ml''i   1't-'-M'li"11'1' l''m' !-'""��   t'V <li'
C. R.McJJo.VAi.i)
Ci.i:.MKM'.- ,v: Co.,
W. Bl.Us.
Mr. ami ilrs. 1>. F.. Drew, ci
borne, have nturne.! fiom
BOtit'bern trip an 1   we:e   ii,   the city |    ���&dO$00'jfjU'*&tt'&tt%$%~j&&a    [    itevel-tuke. Anj,-. i:i, 1002.
80 days al'tei date. J intend to
make application lo the Honorable
Chief Cotiitnission<'i' of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timlieV from the following
described lands:
Ooiiniienciiur at 11 post planted on
1 he north banU of the Columbia river
jm-t above the inontli of Cfinoe Rivei
unci marked "Mark Ily.iIt's North east
Corner Post;" thence" west SO chains:
ihence south SO chains; thence east SO
chains: thence north S!) chains to point
of commencement.
Dated this b'rd day of September, 1002
in Iiio mailer oflhe "Companies Act 1S��2 to
1,-iKI'iitiil in the iniidei' of tbc Sunshine l.iin-
ilril. in liquidation.     ,        . '
rplIK creditor^ of the above nnnietl 'Oompunv
L aic, ivtiiiired, on or before the 2(11 h day (if
October, lll[).��, Lo send llieirniiniuoiiiidiiddi'es^es
and the ii.u'tic.ihir-i ol their debt', or clnuiK
veiilled and tbc ntnncsand adilrc.-sts of'their
solicitor^, if any. lo ('har)e- Will, College Hill
Cliiimber-, t'nlloKo Hill. London. K. C, Kntflnnd
the duly apiiointiid li(|nidiitor of, the-aid Company, or to ,1. V. AriiistriiiiK. Iicvulsloke, J I. C,
his tiKOiit. and if -o "��� ���piirid by notice in writing, touoino and j(ii,u -uelt debe. or 'claims at
such time.and place as shall be appointed in
Mich notice. 01' in dclaiilt thereof lltev -hull be
exelntb'd fintii thu bunellt of any distribution
made before -neb ,!el)l- are proved.
Haled tiii-, lib day of ,-jupiember, ll'Oi
.       CllAKUiS IHIjL,
per In-j Agent,
' J. \r. Aint-U'one;.
NOT1CK is hereby given that "30
days after date J intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
,Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from.the following
described lands in,r West ICootcniiy :,
Commencing at a 'post planted aj,
miles from Coldstream on IJig Bend
trail; thence north 80 chains, thence
west SO'chains; thence south 80
chains; thence east 80 chains to the
point of commencement.
Dated 1st September. 1002.
.    7      K7 C. McCARTEP.
N0TI0K is'hereby given that IK)
days afterdate J intend to apply 10
thc Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry a way timber from, the following
described lands lin West Kcotcnay:���
Commencing at a post planted on the
South Hank of Goitlstrcuiu.-'i mile
above French Creel:; thence south So,
chains; thence west 80 chains-; thence
north SO chains; thence east SO chains
to the poi-it of commencement..
Dated-ltb September, 1002.
I hereby give  nonVo 1l1.it. 0. Selntlli i- not a
partner with me in mj bn.-inc-r.
I Okanagan valley on a \1-1t   The parly
The K'''.Vi/'ii.iy Mail ha.- been
.ippoh.iid ages-,! for 'one of
;!."��� laig.-t Cmadian Paper
Mil!.-.   '
Wrajiping p.ip.-i-.in mils <>r
liiit ..lid pap<-r bag- of :i!i
w i<���rlit.- -and -i^', sup; lied to
nid'T1 jii'iuti d 'jr miprinli d.
Kootenay  Mail, Revelstoke.
&i   !17."> HAltt) .STItKKT, VAN'COl'VKlt, il. C.
i?! Reopens September 3rd.
For I'ci'speetn-, apply In 1 by Principal.
An ' enthusiastic Conservative   savs "
1 returned t) the city ve.-lenhiv    having
V' A Hoarding .md li.iv School for (lie!-, con-
y. ducted bj th'e Ueinoi-i.lh - K'ern, a\-i-ted by ;i
y. . -l.itl'of i'rofe���ion.'il Te.K.lier-,
V ^
spent an enjoyable tin,.
'���'ciiVX r ->.:<;C-<;i<t:<?.-*2C:��-',<-CCC<C-C-^'4
there   wont be a liberal left in   Hevei
stoke   after this   week's   cotK-ervative j     The   vvcddinjj
convention. I Vancouver   on
Train- I'tivn
1 Kiii-Uiound
vv a-     ci'leiir.it' (I
Widllesd.iv    of
The P,riti-b   governnieiit is sending 1
11   p.uty <>i l)oei> to Camida and   Aniridia   to obtain   information    regard
ing agriculture. j
In    hi.-   add re.-.- to   the   .Methodi-t' u ill .,,, h,. n, Uev.-l-i, ke mAt wed
Conleience Dr.   Carninii uiged the ab-j ,	
olition of tlie nil;:   forbidding dniicin
and card playim.'.
AinistroiiLr oi  H< v. !-|.,kc ih.' po;
liiaii.iuei ul lhe Sun-hiii'- Limited iind-
! Lillooet and Ki.i-ei biv r (. Idlie'd-.
I wit h .M 1��� I 1.111k, a r h.ii mil.1.' I.uly oi
'thatcitv.      The bnde :ind biide''ioi,i|
!,���.\: Kootenay Mail Prem-l
ium. i
'(;iililllO'(!id .
,Sun.  Wed.
' and  Kri.
Mon. Wed.
and Sat.
J> ,'i0 days after dale 1 intend to apply to the Ilonoiable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Woiks for a
special license to cut and carry ,iuviiy
linibei from' the 'foilovving described
Commencing,at, a po^t planted on the
north bank ot the Columbia iKer, t ��vo
miles west of tlie month of Canoe liver
and marked "G. H. Nngle's Smith East
Corner Post;''thence north SO chains;
1 hence west SO chains; thence south
HO chains; thence east SO chains to the
point of commencement. /
Hated this-lib day of ,��eptembei, 1!102.
0.13. NAGLH.
ClOli'l'lPIGATK   (JK-   LviI'lt'iyKMICVI'S.
lioli Hoy and l.uiiio Ito--! Mineral ClaitiH, t,iln-
iitc  in   the ItuvcNtoUe  JlinitiK Division of
ICoolenay l)i-lr:el.
Where loutiteil���Abent loven mile- up l���iformo
ereelc, on nurth side,
lake notieu Unit I, .1. A. Kirk, itetiii!,' n.s
.".Kent, lor Alex. MiCireKor, free .Aimer's Oerli-
Ul.iU' ,No- 1(117*11. .111,1 Jaiiie.- l.iiiio, Kreo
-Aliners Ccititleate Xo. DiITS.m, iiilend, sixty
days from Ihe date beretif. lo applv lothe j\Iiii-
nil,' Ileeorder for a Uertifle.tleol liiipi'ovemenls
lor (lie pin po-e ol obtainiiiKii Cli'iiv 11 Ci ran I of
lite a novo elaiins.
And further lain- notice ili.it ai'lloii, tinder
.-eelion It", mn-i, be eoiniiieneed  hcfoie the is-
stianeeol .-.tie-li t\i ti Ileal e ol  linprnvimenls.
'Dated i his ,51 Ii day of Anmt-t, 111:1.'.
.1. A. Kllllv.
,     NOTICE:    ,
IsOTiCE is hereby 'given that 30
days after date 1 intend to apply to
the Chief Coniinissioneriof Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands in , West Kootenay:
Commencing sit "post planted a.t fool
of lake on south bunk of Coldstream,
thence south 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence��� north 80 chains;
thence eiibt 80 chains to the point of
, Dated (il.h September, 1002.
���    ���' J>. MclNTOSH".
A Caiman farmer iiiimcd'Snelgrove
thicw a stick nt a dog and .-.truck hi-1
daughter cru-hhg her -kull, The,1
p.i.eiit- nie demented with grief. j
Do You Want io Brialilcn and
Adorn Your Homes ?
l - .    ��     _
Awful Tragedy oi Martinique
i     and St. Vincent.   Volcanoes of
thc World.	
S. M.. McGUIRE & GO.
Dealers in All Kinds of
Farm Produce, Fruit, etc.
Can supply fruit n^ follows in any
(juaniiiy: Apple", 2j." per poundrCraii
Apples,"2fc pet pound; Plums, le pet*
pound; JV.irs, ,.'ijc pei pound, Write
lor prices on vegetable " can supply in
any (piaulily and save you money.',
cicitTiKicATi': ok nii'i!(jvioiicNr.s.
Harvey Miiiet'.il (Jlnini, .situate in the l.at'-
dciiti ."Uiiiing IJivl-ioa of W'e-t K'ootuiiiiv Ili-i-
Where Ine.ilt.d: On J'ool et-eel;. about two
miles Ironi inontli.
Take netiei! thill, I. Win. 10. Muvuretix, ael.iiiK
tis.ijienl. fiu'Chat'les ilacvey, l.'ree (Minor's Cur-
lillunli! No. H(i,-,-(!J, iniuiid. sKtydny- from (lie
dale hereof, lo apply lo the .Mi k' Ileeorder
lorn (Jei'l,ill,.jile ol liiipruvciiieiil--, lor lhe ptir-
lin-uofobliiiiiliiKii Ciovvii' (JiMtitof the above
And fiti'lher l.'iKi! iiotiee I ha I, aelioti, under
Seel ion '.ii, iiitisl bu enninieiii ed bel'tire lhe isstt-
lined ol stieh (,'ci lilic.Ue ol liiipi'iivenieiit"
Dated Ihis-Jltli d.iv of.lnlv, lilii.'.
\Vi\l. K. in-:\'Kiini;x. 1'. U H.
.    .        NOTICE-
.NOTJCE is hereby given tliat 30
days after date J intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of J.ands and
Works for a special license to cut and
"carry away timber from the following
described lands in West Kootenay :������
Commencing at a post planted on the,
south bank of Coldstream tat foot of
small' lake; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence south
80 chains; thence east 80 chains to
the point of commencement. *   ���=;-���
* Dated 4(h September, 1902.
Jd .McCaity r-ays that though lie hits
waieliou-e full of coal for the cotn-
Then   get   (lie 22
and    I{c!|jIii,   ,
(li'iiil yoiug s pi. -j.:', :,n,
!.'��� i in lung v, iili.ii (;o (l i^
Ittin- by ihe world'.-  union-' iu'li-l.-j     Th
ing   winte.'s requirenientx,! the city j^'1,01'   wl"   li(l   Mll!   ���v""'   |n-"'1|rr' UlH,k   wiil '"
���  -  I Willi
i'.o\e   hiiiwi-oiiic   preijiuiii)
L'ivcn   In   '���ub'-'Cnber.-
be   will not put ti|i the price as is
ing done in the ea.-t. '   '
The local custom.- ollice made a
haul tlii.- week, Mr. Atkins collecting
about-12000 duty on the slump mill
for the Northwest Development, Company's Camborne group.
The Delta News advocifes macadamised roads That is the only permanent way of building roads and
streets and is the plan'Mayor . O'lirien
basin view for Revelstoke as soon its
the.city can alVord it.
The lii.st eruption of Ml. I'dee was
the most terrible yet .experienced.
The British government has ordered
the evacuate of the northern -port-'
ion of'Sf. Vincent owing to the sicl.ivi-,
ity.ofthc volciino Sbufrien.'.
ic IsOOTK'NAY MAIL nn'! f rcnuiiing liieir arro.ir- and .7>(uit-
WecL'ly Vro: I'ros- fur a 3 car on , additional, or lo new -uIi-tjIvt-
rcccipt of H.7").    Add re:-.-. 1 r< milling ;if 2 ,';f).     Addi-C'--
NKW'WL-if MIN.sTKi;     0,
and   J!"tuiii <f
'<r,(,(l ijcjing S ;,{. ^-)di ;,, t;d, )t jnr.
'Jtft'iiniiii.' nun) <ii I. 'i
A Well Regulated
Jewelry Store
Is lin \^ell hoi lb 11
v l-ll'ii.,' an 11 rt ifiil-
IcrJ-    'I'lio .)i;weler
���dill Silver .SlIlilli'H
Ail i-> one of 1 be
(ild'"'t iind llhi'st; He
pn (Iii< lions aiiKiiiK
the ni(ir.| extpiislle.
If ���"( h lliniKrt 111 <-
not ��l I idle Ihej ,11 e
of little v/iliic.
"While KIi>p|i:i!if." ���'Wn Wn I'Vncllon." "Wn
Wa. I'riinhvcll, I'rciidwd]    I'Viiollon,"
"Ciilli'itl," "Nolile Thiee" mill "Nnlilo Three
I'ruction" mineral ebdin-i-lt inilu In lliu Hovel-
-toko Mining PIvUloii of b'ooleniiy ili-lflel.
Wlu'i'ii loe.iled: lleiwi'iiii l,iif(M'iiie mid
( iirni's (tn.'i'k, iibinil M'\eti inlli- eiiii fi'oin (,'oi-
11 m(tin rhi'i',
Take nnlice Hull I, (1, II, X, WIHdc, nellne;
lih'eill I'ol'llic lloilblu'K.iivli! Mining nail Jlevel-
ojiiiiciil Co. Limited, |'W Miner's Cei'l illdiilo
No. II. 111".'), inii'iid, siMyilnvs friini the dale
hereof, loap|,l,v to the ^llniil|; Itciunlei' for 11
Cerlillealeol liiijiioveiiiciil-, for Ihe purpose of
olilaliilni.'a Cricvn lir-iul ol lliu iibove elulm.
And liirlber |nke ant lee llmi. aetlon, under
Section .'17, inn,I be 1 oiniiii nuil liefoi'elbe IsHii-
aneeof such t 'i rllllc.ile ()| liii|iroveineiils,
llalid tins Kill day ol July, A. i), lljili
NOTJCK is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of J^inds and
Works for a special license to cut and
curry away timber from (be fol'owing
described lands in West Juiotenay:
Commencing at 11 po-t planted on the
South bank of Coldstream about 2
miles below French. Creek; thence
.south SO chains; thence west 80
chains; tl.'ence north HO chains; thence east 80 chains to the poin't of co.-
Dated 'lth .September, 1002.
F. McCAlvTY.
"CIGAR  FACTO-Ry.:. jMining& Legal Purposes!.
For full ii f(
K ..'   ''Dyj.L
A <> I' \ ,
\'\y< 'fC'/LI;
rnaito,,   rali  on   or  ���,1- j J.    CffUy    "BSUVheV'S
'x. ij|{ad.-;fiaw
Ag' lil,
Bf?ANDS^-^tr*,��SjS>'   . '���������������'
'' Our Special" "&. >Th'e Union."
REVELSTOKE,     -     -    B. G.
���Transfers, Options, Powers
' of /Attorney, Statutory Declarations, Proxies, etc., can
be obtained at the        .
...Kootenay Iail Ofe..
READER,     ,
: 7   'I'/iif in YOf/tt. J'")"���'���.
d      YQUhhoitlil. Im.ppirrl H.
;'One'way. 1,0 dn (.hat in |o pat 1 (irii/.e
J lie firms whovc iu\ vi'rfit<em'.'lit.': it|i|icni'
Hi lliis |ia|i|.f, J,, rirdcriii^' uii'ii linn
(lie Koo'I'ic.vav Maii'..
r I i..l I r-J . K.OOT|.,NA\', MAIL .Mjli
. I ' yi'riiil.lfi^ Dt'piirl.rii.'iil. in i'(|iii|)|)cd
'wil-b'thi; latent and best, .tiiarfiiiiery,
and 11 hir;,'" assorliiifiit of i'asliionable
type faccM. We solicit., orders Jot all
kinds of piinlinK-yiio job 'bciii|< too
fn 1 i-C" and tioiie too' smull, Careful itt-% .
lent inn' is. f<i veil iiU'vvoi'k, and safisi'acr J ���olnijn.
lipii'��� Kiiaraiili'i'd..,.  A   trial   (ii'der ��� vvill
Ccrlificaic of Improvements.
"'      NOTIOB.
".-'1. l,.i;u-i'iic(',""M, l,i<als""<'uliiiiil)ln" and
"I,.ii|iini.i" iiiinliiL: cl.iiin-. -n iinic in Iiio I to vol-
slokc MJ11111). Iiiw-it.ii of Wn-l ICoolrtiav Dis-
Wlit'ii li��.ilxl; On \',-il,| (Jai,.1; CmiU, 11 trib-
tilai-j (.f .liiiil.'.n .'ir 11..
TAKI-: NO I IC!'. Il���.| I. RM.C.ii'ly, K ^1. (!.
Nil liTJII l'-r iiiji-cli .naI i|r. nl Un- 'I'lmnuii ICil-
|iiii.i'ii:k, I:'. ,M, (I, Ni>. (I7ll';i, ���TiioiiniH pownio, K.
,M. C. Nu. Ii7'.ii;.'(, C. It. f Initio. K. .Ul. C. No, C7i��8,
CI1111; I'V Mrnliimi'i;. f. M, C, N,j. 0721)11, C. M.
KriHui'. K. .M.c, No.Ciiki and Jiunoji/tulitliloVi
K. ,.M, C. No. (i7:'til, InliMiily.'ii.Vty -ilnjv fi'tiin tlie
iliilt: hcrcar, l.(p,'i|i|/lv In i.Ikj iUlninif Itiit'ordcr
f'ir.'i t.-erliliditli,. at JiiiiiriiVi'iiiuiil.M, for Mm ]aif-
jioneOf otitiiiiiinj,' a'Crown (.it'ant of tlm iil;ovc
NOTICR is hereby given that .'i0
days after date J 'intend to apply to
I lie Chief Commissioner of LamU and
Works for n special license to cut and
curry away timber from the following
described lands in West Kootenay:���
Commencing al a post planted on
the east bunk of J^rencb Creek; thence
east KiO chains; thence south <I0
chains; thence west J(50 chains; thence
north '10 chains to the point of commencement,'
J)ated 2nd September, J'J02.
�������   1       V
(.'oiivinci' yoii lliaf il pays lo have your
prinl'nii; VI (111 r r all.thr KVolenayy Mail-
ollice, Jtcvi'lsfoke..
And fiiflljcr inlid iiiiiicr; tlait. actloii, tmdur
Suction .'f7,.innM, In/ (.'Oitinii'iicinl Ijijforif Hie Ikkii-
iincij t;f -itloii ('i-i'lllieati.. of J iiiproveiiiKn'lx.
Iiitti.il Ililn tl.hlii Hi d,iy of Jiiik;, A. It I(Ki2.
;' ''���.', k\ IUcUAUTY,'
KOTJCK is hereby given that 30
days alter ditto J intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Jiiinds and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described, lands in West JCootenay:
Commencing at a post planted���' half
way .between ������'jiJcCuIlougll and Frcncli
Creeks on trail; (hence, south 80
chains;'thence east 80 chains; thence
north 80 ���chains;" thence west 80
chains to the point of commencement.
���.Dated 1st September, 1002,


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