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 I -  i    rt  Pro  vincia- !^������7  vJgislat/Ve /,,';  j-  t  r:  Bews'Drugstore  FOR-EXPERT ;     -  DISPENSING  ^,\  -3'   SEP 19 190;;       ^'J  V   ^ <y./  nsian  Cold-Cream  i The kind put'up by BEWS. j  '    ,Vol.i2.-N6. 24  REVELSTOKE.  SEPTEMBER  Mail  Order  J/Dept.  .������. Hume  ������������  Jo.'  3'S  or  ,,-        LIMITED.  DEPARTMENT STORE.  Samples  i.  is-;  S  S15.00  " This is our'$15.00 Siiir  You would   look'well   in  one of these.    They are"'  absolutely  new���������left'  the  Tailoi\shop a week.agp.  The f price   is   very ' low  ��������� - . ^ ' ' . . ' , ' '���������  'when you consider what.  ��������� - ���������" ���������', ,' "-* -*���������'*. y.j," .-; - -  ' you   are 'fjettinsr-^-ai,nice"-  all   wool    T\veecl," ' The'  cul'is just .as .''good- as the  highest   priced., suit  you  coukVp'rocure.       "-��������� ��������� !    **'  ' The makin<r"'<cannotlbe'  ���������'-beaten in'Canada.'  ,  The trimmings and jih-  iiiS" we yuarantee.  The appearance? Well,  it looks a $25 Suit. -    '-.  '���������'. :*We know it will please  ���������*you. and we only want'the  1   ^  -chance ��������� to    demonstrate.  "/Come in.  $2.00 Per Year  G. B. Hume & Co. Ltd.  - DEPARTMENT STORE.  lS  lh  I  if,'  "Wm  . YOUR CREDIP ISiGQOD FOR.i  FornitiipealidCiliei  AT  R. HOWSON & GO'S  , K,RN|       FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.  SHOWS .FOR FAIR TIME.-  1,1''        c -j ' * *  *,, *    *   .: "- ��������� '       ���������  First Class,Attraction's Booked  d*> for New Westminster. '-  F . - '  Fi. ft. llieketts, tlie, Vancouver  theatrical manager, who, lias  taken  over  the'New Westnnnstoi opera house, has  booked   some  fine Vitti.ictions for the  Dominion fair season and'the theater  will   bo( open1 every nijjlit during the  time of the great"national exhibition,  which ist to open heie on Sept. 27.      ;  rOn"icco'iint of the prospects of'large  audiences Mr. Uicketts i\,is able to induce some of'the  better companies to  go a little out of their'way to 'appear  in'his   JS'ew   Westminster   house   on  dates from Sept. 27 to Oct. 7 inclusive.  ."   The ]S'e������ Westminster opera house  with its  latest improvements is fitted  to 'accommodate 'nil   the.sceuery and  >applrances',that  the  best compnnies  carry ,with  them,  while the comfort  and convenience'of  patrons hav.e also  been well piotided for.       '   ,  CITY COUNCIL  . THELADY,OF:LYONSv  ,  ' Lord'Lytton's renowned drama'of  love and pride, '* The'Lncly of Lyons,"  comes to the Opera1 House on'Thursday next, Sept. 21st. The'scene ofrthe  story-is laid in France, iu the city .of  Lyons and the neighborhood,' during  the period--o'f-l-*7(J5 to 1798;   f "V_"  , The author's-good judgment is most  felicitiously shown in .selecting Fiance  and.this'period for the action of his  play. Its emotiqnaLstyle is precisely  of-the niituie' to rbe" found in ��������� that  country,4 and thes events.th'en ,iu progress enabled hi.ii to.-send his' heio  into the army and raise him1 naturally  -and with-a.rapidity lhat was then not  at all uncommon, to ho noi and wealth  instead of,resorting to the old stagey  devices'of ".unexpected fortune/'.death  of a wealthy uncle in India, aud other  reasons ad libitum and ad nanseam.  Any,and every position was open to a  successful soldier. Tlie cplay.' is a  refined drama which has relied on its  intrinsic worth in years gone by for its  great success.      '  The mcmbeis of thc company, headed, by Miss Margaret Neville, the  celebrated English actress, were chosen  for their fitness for the respective roles  which they portray, and it is said that  all demanAs 11s to ability are fulfilled.  Lords Day Alliance Foi lows-up  'the Sunday Shooting. '- . .  "*v , %��������� ���������       ;   ,  Re-adjustment of Civic Offices  -, >    .n   Decided on:  -. *��������� - '.  ���������   Meeting last night. /Piesent .    Tho  Mayor, Aid. Field,  McCarter,   Lewis,'  ���������   Abrahamson and Foote.     , ���������  coiiitnsi-oxui'KOi;.       '���������'  C. P. K. objecting to city's claim for  refund for false alarm caused by  their  wiies ciossing city  lire iilaini.     Aid.  Lewis considered   it  an accident and  ,the; matter-,'shoiild ��������� not   be' picssed.  Aid.-McCarter urged   it. was-'a case of  , ' , ' '      1  carelessness and the company should |  make good the loss to thc city."   Aid. j  Abiahamson     and,   Foote "agreed.���������  Resolved  a  reply   be sent "that   the  company had previously compensated  thc city,in similar cases. 1^]        ���������_   "  Tourist Association asked grant*���������  $200 to be allowed ifrrequircd., -  Provincial Secretary appioving  dumping ground. Si-c acres .'to be  purchased,from F. Fraser.  lOHD'S DAY ALLIASCE.  A deputation waited on "council  and presented resolution re Sunday  shooting, Rev. C. H..M., Sutherland  said the Alliance asked-the endor-'  sation of the Council. ��������� ',..,,  'The Mayor said as lie was interested  in the matter he would lea-tc the  chair and asked Aid. Foote to preside.  .TheMayor said there had always  been a call for a militia company in  Revelstoke and at a public meeting he  \mis asked to take charge of it. The  only men who joined weie those who  worked from Monday morning till  Saturday night. The first musketry  regulation provided for ellicicncy  in shooting without which they could  not get thc grant, and without that  the corps'could not exist.   Those who  >  ���������fa  %  ,���������<>  IP-  i  2\  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  Unpitttl Authorized, *l,000,000.   Uiipltnl Piud Up, 53">0O,00O    Host, ������."-00,000.  Head Office, Toronto, Ontario.  ���������Bniuchos i������ tlio Northwest Torritorios, Miinitobn, Ontnrio and Qnoboc.  "kud tho followin/j points 111 Bntit.li Columbia: Craubrook. uolaon,  Nolson, Rovolstoko, Trout Lnk-o, Arrouliand, Vancouver aud Victoria.  T R Meuhitt, Prosidont. D. it. Wn.mii:, Vico-Prosidont and Gouoral Manager.  E. Hay, AsiistanllGonoral Mnuatror.    W. Mofkat, Chief Iuspoctor.  Revelstoke* Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  Savings Department���������DopobiU Hocoivod and luterost Allowed.  Drafts fold available in all parts of ('auudn, United Statos and ������u*ropo  Special iiUoutiou Kivon to colloclions.  ,V. E. l'liirrs, MiinaRor  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.  J".   ALBEET     STOISTE     PROP.  *.,, 'y^fk^l.p-.i'       -   *���������' 1  .  .     ^.     ,���������     _   ^       -s^*%   iJ-*r    . ��������� '       , - y    -  were behind . the resolution'" against  Sunday shooting weie'stnrting-at the  wrong'end.' If they hud'a weekly  half holiday it , would t solve the cl if li -  culty. lfHe only allowed the-men-wlio  conld"not_ go out on other days to  bhiOt on Sunday. ' Jf they ,could lil)  the rankSi from men i\ ho- could do  theii shooting 011 other days or could  ariaiigc a weekly half holiday when  they could practice he would stop it  on 'Sunday.  d\ld.  Iiewis      Is  the  langc  within  the cityilimits ? ��������� ,      *>   ���������*  '" Mr  Kloyd : " ?sT6.      "      ''  Mr. Howson'said he 'was oppoi-ed.to  Suiidayshooting.' ���������        "  , Hev. Mr. Caldei said the' Mayor.had  thrown out, a good suggestion re  weekly half holiday.* .U was not  meicly the'interference with worship,  but with the quiet of the Sunday they  objected to.      ' .        - -  ' .Rev. Mr." Sutherland sympathised  with thc views of the Mayor, who had  stiuck a good note in reference to .the  weekly half holiday. l' '  Aid. McCarter ' proposed /they endorse ^ the -petition and said the city  could better do without the Kooky  Mountain Ranger's than, have them  upset the institutions which the  best citizens sought to uphold.    ���������  Aid. Lewis seconded.  He consideied  the Rl M. R. an important institution  but not more so than others.  The resolution was carried.  -   WORKS.    .  " It was resolved to lay side walk to  Willis Armstrong's, to open lane between Sixth and'Eight Streets, behind  McKenzie Avenue, and to make crossing to lane behind opera house.  A bylaw was adopted amending the  laundry,- bylaw to exempt part of  Block 98 from its operation.  *       KEV1SING CITY OVFICI'RS.  Aid..Field moved, seconded by Aid.  Abrahamson, a resolution in tonus of  the Mayor's suggestion at last meeting, that R. Gordon (be placed in  charge of the power plant, and be  responsible therefor, G. Lembke in  charge of the wiring, and a man to be  engaged to take charge of the water  service each assisting the other as  required.  The motion was carried,  only  Aid  McCarter and Lewis dissenting.  Hunters and-Trappers Supplies    ,    /- ���������  Single and' Double-Barrel Shot'Guiir '"- '  Repeating and Single ;Shot Rifles ^  /���������  Eley's Loaded Shells '     '    ",  ��������� Winchester,'-U. M.'C. and. Savage Rifles"'''  Cartridges, 7ete.   -'  BOURiSTE'" Bkps.  ' GE,OCERIES;'STOVES, HARDWARE',,-  PICTURESQUE REVELSTOKE.  Tim:, KoottVav M.in.' lias in press's portfolio of illustrations  of- lhe City'bf Revelstoke and "?urroundine district which will  excel anything of, this kind yet produced ��������� in ��������� the west. < It is'  entitled ",Pk,tum>-qui: Ri;vi:i>tokh'."'rThe-publication is' being,  punted on Photo Rook Paper and will-contain over 100 of,the  choicest scenic,-mining, lumbering, railroading and -other views  , of the, " Wonderland of, America," the Mountains of "British  "Columbia, with if letter pre?s description of the principal features"  industries and resources.of the district. " '    [���������   '       ' J,  ' '  '   ,    'A limited  amount of  advertising will   be accepted  at  the ���������  "'following rates: Full page (o.\Sinches) $10.00-"half page, $5.00;1'  quartor.piigc,'i3.00.r   .The publication will be ready, about Oc-  Jtober 1st, in time for circulation at the   Dominion Exhibition at  iS'cw Westminster.   ( *, ' ,    7   "���������       '  Price $1.00.    Oiders for this public'ation'-'should be sent in"  now.  THE   KOOTENAY   MAIL  "    -     REVELSTOKE, B. C  BS5^!Zt<M'<>tMiilim*,  SPECIMEN OF APPLE THER IN J. MALEV'S ORCHARD.  There is no bettei evidence of the suitability of Revelstoke for fruitgrowing than thc number of heavily laden tires to hi'seen in the city and  vicinity- At J. Mtiley's oich.ud the fruit crop is immense and wc heiewith  re-produce a photograph of an apple-tiec. there, the fiuit showing densely  hanging from the branches, which are propped up on all sidoi to sustain the  load. This lice is only a fair sample of otheis in the mime orchard. All'.  K. Peterson's, T. Steed's, (!. M. Field's, S. MoMahoii's, .I0I111 l.awaon's, M  Smythe's. H Needham's and Fred Fraser's 01 c.h.irds there is the same stor..  of a big fruit crop. Fruit has made the high values of lands in the Okunag.in  Valley, .-"elling for fiom $100 to If.'lOO an acre, and Revelstoke cm give as  good an account of itself.  BOARD OF TRADE  Lumber, Lead and Zinc Discussed.  A meeting of the Board of Trade  was held at thcCity Hall, \V������diics������day,  when a resolution was passed for submission to the tin rift coinmit-ston  sitting at Nelson urging the neecr'sily  of the purposed tariifl" on lumbi'i in  the inteiest of nn industiy of so much  importance in this'section It was  also icsohcd to point out to the commission the necessity of arranging the  lead tarill bo as to promote the manu-  factiue of pioducts of lead in Canadi.  both for home consumption and export.  Advantage una taken of the cominc  visit of the investigalion board of /.ine  experts lr> ask that they take into  consideration the /,inc resouiccs of  distiict, the zinc ores of Ping'-ton  Creek, L.iideau, Illccillwaet, the Big  Bend and Jordan being of sufficient  importance to warrant their being of  sufficient importance to warrant their  being considered in the investigation.  The Roaid requested that a member  of the bo.ud of e.\peits visit Revelstoke  to discuss the question and meet men  acquainted 'with the /.mo piopeities  heie.  Yon can have the I\'oot.i:.vav Mail  and Family Ileiald and Weekly Star  from now'till January 1st, L000, foi  -���������jOc, or two papers for less than the  price of one. Send your order to the  Mail Ollice,  The Only One  Fit-Reform lias no interest in .  1 ��������� or  connection   with ��������� any  " other business.  There is only ONE Fit-Reform  Wardrobe in each city throughout  Canada.  Be1 sure you are iu the right place  ���������and look for the Fit-Reformu label  on ever}* garment, 3-ou bu}-.  Suits and Overcoats   Trousers   The only Fit-Reform Wardrobe here is ti  J. G. Macdonald, Revelstoke.  THE MOLSONS BANK  liicurior^tixl by Act of Parliamoiit, IS,"'.  'HEAD OFFICE, - - - MONTREAL.  Wm. Monson Mactiiehso.v, Pu-s. S. H. Ewing, .Vice-Pres.  Jam Kb* Ki.i.iot, (rvner.il Manager. "  Capital paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  Kwrytlimf*; in w.iv of hanking business transacted without un-  necessary delay.  Interest credited twice ii year at current rates on Savings Bunk  depo-its.    W. II   PRATT, Manager,  Revelstoke, B. C.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABRAHAMSON    BROS.,    PROPRIETORS.  Newly built.      First-claps in every respect.     All modern conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms.  Rates $1.50 per Day, Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under  same  management THE KOOTENAY MAIL  i  ft  *   -  4  *"  CTbe1Kootenav>nDaU  I'lmUSHED   SATURDAY.  '���������AT���������  RBVS1STOKE, B.C..  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.  Incluiinj posrage io Knglnnil, United Stales  and C'aniidii.  Br the Tear [through po-,loilicel ,   S'-'.OO  Half,       " *' *'      1.2.1  Quarter " '* *' ..'     '(li  ���������  ���������     Including Christinas .Mail 50c. e\tra. ,        '  .     ADVERTISING   KATES.  Measurement'!  Xonpariel [12   line.-, make omi  ,   inch).     Preferred, poniiions.' 'il  per  cent.  additional,   llirtlw. Marriages and Bcnllis.  '��������� Sf.'c.  each  insertion.,, All  advci*ti-,onienU  subject to iho approval of the management.  Wanted and Condensed Advertisements:���������  Agents'Wauled, Help Wanted.- Situations  ���������wanted."   Situation1)     Vacant,-  Teachers  Wanted, Mechanics Wanted, 10 words or  Iesi> 2oc., each additional word two cents.  '   '    Change in standing advertisements mu������t  ,     oe in by 9 a. m. Thursday of each week to  ��������� secure good display.   Standing advertising  ��������� ~ -"matter will be changed twice a month with-  -  out   extra    charge      For more   frequent  alterations the  time occupied   in making  name will be charged at usual rates.  Jul! J'KINTING promptlyexoeuted at reasonable rates.     , , '     ,  TERMS���������Cash. Subscriptions payable in ad  Tance.,   ���������' , !  'CuKKESPONDKS'CE invited   on matlcrn 'of,  public interest.   Communications to Kdi-  tor   mu=t  be   accompanied   by   name   of  ' writer, not necessarily for publication, but  ai> evidence of good faith.   Correspondence  ,     should be brief. ���������'       ,  Wa request our numerous readers to  favor us, with their assistance in  ���������   making: the KOOTENAY MAIL the  most valuable advertising- medium  ,     In  the  Kootenays by   giving*   tho  , preference ' when , making-    purchases   to   those   firms  who   are  reg-ular advertisers In the KOOT*  ENAY'MAIL. < '     '  DB  R.   MORRISON.  ,      '      , DENTIST;  ' ,,   Okkick :  THK   NKW   LAWKKNCK   IJLOCK.  ,      ',    MeKenzic Avenue.  171DWARD A.  HAGGEN,  --, Mining Engineer,' ,  I.Mem. American  Institute Min ng Engineers)  (Mem. Canadian Mining      tituto.)  Revelstoke, B. O.  .Examination of and reports on Mineral Pro-  ,,   perties a Specialty, o  TTUG H - S.    OA YLEY''  Barrister and Solicitor.  OFFICE���������Corner of First Stieet arid  Boyle Avenue, Revelstoke, B. (3.  to which no alien ti >u'wiib paid; nnd  Wiii:ki������as iiii- sippc-il was made in  1901 hy the loyal citi/ens of Revelstoke  to the Hon. Sir Frederiek Uorden, the  minister of militia <if fiiiuuda, urging  him to issue onleis* 'that the Sunday  target piiictiee in this eily nnd eoni-  m unity should bo discontinued; and  ,_' Wiihickas fro'ii that linn; no fmther  coniiininie.'ition' lias , been received  from either the Department, or the  Minister "of AI ilitia, and ' the t.nget  piiicticc on Sunday continues to disturb the quiet of the, rest day a'nd  annoy the citizens of Kevelstoke; be it  therefore > ���������  Resolved that this public meeting  of this city, and the citizens. whose  signatures are attached do most  emphatically protebt against the continuance of this Sunday target practice;  and 'earnestly demand' that the Hon  Sir Frederick Borden, the,,niiuister of  militia, shall at-once'interfere and  prevent any 'further Sunday'target  practice by ' the . Rocky , Mountain  Rides both in this city iind neighbourhood;, ' >    ���������  And FuhthKit, that copies,of this  resolution le forwarded to "Hon. Sir  Frederick Borden, niinidter'of militia,  Right Hon. Sir, Wilfred Laurier, premier of Canada^ the general ollicers of  the Lord's Day Alliance "of,, British  Columbia and of the Dominion, and  to the Associated Priss.  HARVEY, McCARTER  AND'PINKFIAM;  bXbristebs. solicitous,,etc.  Hrriciis:   Molso.n-8   Bank   Block,- Ukvkl-  BTOKE, B.'C.    ,  Money to loan.  Offices: Kevelstoke, B. C; Fort Steele, B. C.  Geo. S. McCaktkr,  >  I A. M. I-'inkbtam.-  - Kevelstoke, B. C.  J. A. IIakvey,"    '  , ,   Fori Steele, li. C.  S!  J.M. Scott, LL. 13.  1COTT    AND  W. I. BriKBK.  BRIGG  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  i ���������      '  ,   ,       Money'to Loan  ���������  Solicitors for Molso.vs Bank"  First Slreet.  Revelstoke, B.C.  TOe.lRootena^flDail  SATURDAY,.SEPTEMBER ]G, 1905  A DISGRACEFUL AFFALll.  .The" attack    on(   the   Salvation  Army  with  sticks .and ^stones   at  Montreal is a disgrace to that city.  'There is no  religious  organisation  which has done more to rescue the  fallen, and   to   make  Christianity  what Christ intended  it to be than  the Salvation  Army, and   the self-  sacrifice   which    the   officers   and  members o������ the Army have shown  in the prosecution  of their work of  humanity  and   mercy  has  everywhere been a subject of admiration.  The indignity to which the members  NOVEL ,  EXPERIENCE  Rafting, on the. Columbia1.  The passengers   by   the   Revelstoke  on Tuesday' Had*the   novel experience  of witnessing'a  raec   between a  rafli  loaded with twelve men,and their outfit, .and   the   steamer, the'latter  of  course   winning   by   long  odds. ; The  raft had a  history.    When   work  was  shut down at the   Duquesne   property  'on Smith Creek,'a walk of over twenty  miles with  heavy   packs' to7 the  boat  landing at Downie  Creek looked'a big  undertaking,, do  it   was.resolved   to  'make the trip by raft.   Two rafts were  built.   The first* raft  was   found  too  small and- a larger  was, made,   with  which   Death   raprds    were   reached.  Then a smaller raft was built to catch  the big raft as   it   came -through  the  rapids, but  in, this  case  fortune did  not favor  the   brave,' as  thc   big raft,  stuck   in. the   r.ipids.    Then   another  large raft was built   and -on- this   the  journey  wus   made   to  Kevelstoke,-a  distance'of' 45   miles.    The   raft   was  mau.ed   by 'Admiral   GutVy,   C.ipiain  Hedstrom at the  helm, and a- crew-of  twelve, , including" two   doctors   who  were on a hunting c.\j edition. - Gaining confidence in their rude ship/when  the met the steamer'at Downie" Creek  they challenged   the.gallant   Captain  Forsland to a race, and ns the ste.uuer  was   delayed    at   Downie .unloading  cargo they made Games Cieek, a distance of about   20  miles,   before  the  Btoam'er overtook them.    Salutes were  exchanged, and 'Jack Sweeney and J.  Soards. who pieferred the comforts of  the Revelstoke to  rafting, indulged in  good nutured chaiT of the comrades as  they piiisBcd them.     However, the raft  made good time, corning right through  the Canyon, and reaching  Revelstoke  within two hours of the boat.    Jn the  rough water at Eight-mile, one of the  oars caught a crab and the raft*ciicled  The evening performance was  superb. The leader,rouhes his listeners  quite as much as does his men. When  he conies down with his baton  "fortissima" it. verily makes you  unable to sit still.���������Manchester.     '  The Irish Gua.d*-' Bund, whatever  its musical merits, appears to catch  the popular taste more than its predecessors. ," I tell you' what it is," said  an, old'gentleman, "they give us  aristocratic music." The , popular-  taste is not so far astray in music  either when the crowd the other  morning encored one of Tschaikowski's  overtures fifteen minutes long. There  is a birdlike facility and sweetness of,  execution in the' reeds,that wins all  hearers. The appeal direct is made at  the close of a performance when the  band plays "The Wearing o' the  Green," and follows it 'with " The  Maple Leaf" and the National Anthem.  They play "The Maple Leaf "-with  particular unction ( and there were  tears in the eyes of the composer lust  week as ho stood and listened to the  strains that will give him immortality  ���������Toronto Globe.   . '  every detail of 'the New  Scale Williams ' P,iano.  Note the, marvellous new  scale-1���������the-: perfect .mechanical .construction ���������-the  ��������� ela^ant -appearance.'   ���������  New Scale  WILLIAMS  , Pianos  proves its faultless workmanship ��������� by its, pure,  rich," singing tone ^aud  masterful touch.  >' *'Tfac tontf la spost satisfying and of  beautiful quality."���������R. Watxin Mh.i.5.  ,'    WILLIAMS PIANO CO. Limited  ,l?       ot Oshawa, Ont  Kootena    Lodee No. 10 A.F, Sc A.M.  Tho regular meeting', are held in the  lliipomc Temple'  Jrid Fellows Hull, on  (he third Monday in  ouch month at ii  p.m. Vihitingbreth-  ron cordially, welcomed.  C. A. PHOCUNIKIl. Six-uur.-iiiv.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO  12.1. O. O. F.  Meets every Tuesday  evening in Selkirk  Hall at, 8 o'clock.  Vibiting brethren cordially invited to attend.  .1. MATIIIE, Six  (J. D. PALM Kit, N.G.  /L������77L&>47U/&f'  ���������tl  "I  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposing of  ��������� Minerals on Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and  ���������    the Yukon Territory. ,*  Lewis Bros., Kevelstoke.  of the Army have had to submit in  the leading city of  Canada   is   one [so rapidly Capt.Hedstrom was not sure  which should be promptly punished  bv the Montreal authorities.  \ Some Seasonable Advice.  It may be n'piece, of'superfluous advice to urge people 'at tlris^ season of  the year .to lay in a supply of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. ' Itis almost  sure to be needed-before winter is over  aud much more prompt and, satisfactory results are obtained when taken  as soon as a cold is contracted and  before it".has become settled-in, the  system, which can only1 be done by  keeping the remedy.at hnnd.' This  remedy is so-widelyy.know'h nnd so altogether good I"lint no oiic pliould hesitate about buying'it in preference" to'  any other, 1) it> for,bale by all druggists  Halcyon Hot Springs  ~J~a n it a rixx m.  Under the new iii:iii.iK<.'ini'riL of  Hahky   Alcl.vrofc*!!,   Iioil'm-in    House  Rossland.  At the meeting of the'Lord's Day  Alliance on Wednesday Rev. Mr.  Moore made the extraordinary  statement that the Attornev Gen-  eral -was thinking of enforcing the  Sunday observance law and congratulated him thereon., Ordinary  people think it is* the duty of an  Attorney General to enforce the  law at all limes, and if he is not  doing the duty he is paid for by  the public he is deserving of the  ���������-"everest condemnation.  for a while whether he was handling  'the bow or stern oar. The raft party  declare the trip was the most enjoyable  of their lives.  TF1E MEDICAL .WATERS of ILil-  'cyon aie the most curative in the  world. A perfect, natural remedy for  all Neivous and Muscular' diseases,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments  and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure  tor "That Tired Feeling." '. Special  rates on all boats and trains. Two  mails arrive and depart vever*y day.  Telegra h communication with all  marts of the world.  Terms���������������12 to SIS per week.    For  further particulars apply ,to  harry; itcrxTOSH  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrotv LaKe. 3. C.  LORDS DAY  ALLIANCE  A meeting of the Lord's Day Alliance was held Wednesday, when Kevs.  Moore and Sutherland riiiide.'uidresSe;-.  The principal topic.-i discussed weie  rifle and gun shooting and fishing on  Sundavo.  .Moved by W. M. Lnwrence, hecondecl  J. Anderson���������  That whkhka.-* some time ago the  Company of Rocky Mountiiin Rides a  Revelslokc, B.C., began target practice  on the morning of each Lord's Day in  opposition to thc desires of many  of the eiti/cn.s of thi.s city, causing  great disturbance and robbing many  people of the privilege of a quiet and  restful .Sunday; and  Wiikkkas pretests have been made  to the commanding -"local oflicer of the  rifle company, urging that the company discontinue this most disturbing,  annoying, and unwarrantable practice.  IRISH GUARDS BAND  ��������� c i  Appears at Revelstoke Monday, October 2nd.  Opinions of the Press.  The band of the Irish Guards pl.ijed  nt the Promenade Concert last Saturday evening, and the attendance was  the largest seen this summer. The  band is one of the best in the British  Army, and can always be hen rd with  pleasure even in the more "nd captan  dum" which its conductor���������doubtless  knowing ihe tastes of the popular  audience���������rather freely sprinkles over  his program me.���������Brighton.  Lovers of   Military  JJmid   Minic   in  Uristol    have   during   the   past   week-  been   admirably   catered   for   in   the  engagement of the  Irish Uuiird-i Ijniiil  at the Dreamland Carnival.  Although  one   of  the  youngest   bands   iu   the  service,   it   ban   been   compared   with  that of the  Cr. nndier   Guards  ,.t   iu  best,, which   is indeed   biyh   pruNc  to  gain in so short  a   time.    Mr.   C    H.  Hiis.-ell,    the    conductor,    has     his  musicians under reninrkah.'e  control,  and  is able   to   gnin   some wonderful  effects in   light and   shade     Manyoi  the   items   which    appealed   on    the  Dreamland   programme  aie  hiicIi   a-,  raiely  grace   military   bund   performances, and came ns a rcfreching change  to the   ullni-popiiliir .selections,   I.is/t  being ri'pie-cnted   l>>    his   Hungarian  Rhapsodies Xos   2   and   (J, Chopin   by  Nocturne i\o. iS  (op  '.))  and   Conceit.  J'olonaiFOjMcndelsliHohii by ' The lit i-'s  Wedding" from " I.eidei ohne Wonc,"  Tschajdkowski   by    his    faiuon.s   1812  overture,   Wagner by   the overture   to  "Tannlrauser,"  and other items,  nnd  1'adcrewski   by  n   ''Minuet  in   K."���������  Bristol.  CERTIFfCATK O*-'' IMIMUJVBMKNT.-:*.  XOTICK.  Lorna Boon -Mineral Claim, -.iluaU; in lhe Jiev-  uNtokc Muilni; Division of   West Kootcnay  District.  Where located: On  Laforme Creek, Bi-r Bcnrl.  TAKE t OTICK that I. (Jeor-,-0 S. McUarter,  iictiLK reagent for E. IU Wylie,   *-'ree .Miner'n  CertillcaLe   No.' B?7(i!W:  John   T. WooM. Kree  Miner's CcrtiHcarc No. Usual; Gertrude Wylie,  Kree Miner's Certificate N'o. I{378ft2, and .1. (,'.  R0-.1,  Kree  MincrV,  Cerlifieare  N'o. I1S7W'. in  tend, -ivty da}-, from tlie date   hen of, to apply  to the Mining; Recorder for a. Cerlilicate of improvement-,   for  thc   purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant, of the above claim.  And farther lake nolice lhat aclion.   under  Section 37, mint he commenced before lhe Issuance of Mich Certificate of IiiiproveinenlJ*.  Dated till* (ith day of July, A. I). IflO.'i,  lliicplfi GEO. 8. McCAHTEI-L  EUROPEAN AGENCY  Indents promptly executed at lowest,  cash prices for all kinds of British and  Continental goods-, including;���������  Boots, Shoes nnd Leiithn*.  Chemicals and Drti|<gi-.ts' Sniidi ie*.  China, ICni'thi'iiwari'and Glnssware.  Drapery, Milliner y anil I'icf;efiood������,  Knnry OnorLs, I'ei fumcrv and .Stationery.  Hurfliviirf and Afnchinery.  Photographic and Optical (rood",  Provision" arid Oilirien'.s Kfnres,  etc., etc.  (Jommission 2\ \wr cent to ."i per cent  Tnide I)is(f)iint,rf allowed.  Original Invoices siipplieil.  .Special Quolatioiis on Deinmid.  Sample cases I'liini  till) upwards  ('orisignmi'iilH  of   Piorliice  Sold   un  Account.  WILLIAM WILSON & SONS  (r'stahlished 181 I*  25 Abchiirch Lane, London, E. C.  Cable Address: "Anncahik, IjO.voon."  Coal.���������Coal lauds may be purchased at  HU per acre lor soft coal and tZO tor anthracite. Mot more than 320 acres can  be acquired by one individual or com-,  pany. Royalty-at the rate-of Un cents  per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be oollcoted  jn the gross output. , ,  Quartz.���������Persons.of eighteen years And  over and Joint'stock companiea tieldlns  free miner's certificates may obtain entry  for a mining location. '  A free miner's certificate is granted for  me or more years, not exceeding Ave, upon payment in advance of $7.60 per annum for an Individual, and from "(SO to  1100 per annum for a company, according  to capital.  A free miner having discovered mineral  in place, may locate a claim 1500x1500 feet  oy marking out the same with two legal  posts, bearing location' notices, one at  each end on the line of the lode or vein.'  The claim shall be recorded wtUOa fifteen days If located within ten u Um of ���������  mining recoider's office,- one tvjdltlonal  iuy allowed for every additional ten  miles or fraction. The fee for recording  t claim Is ti. ,  ' At, least *tl00 must be expended on the  jlulm each year or paid to tne mining recorder in lieu thereof. When tBOO has been  'expended or paid, the locator may, upon  aaving a survey made, and upon comply-  airf. with other recjoiremanus, purchase  .the.land at $1.00 an acre. *   *  Permission may, be gi anted by tlie 'din.  isterrof  the Interior 'to   local.     cn.Jma  'containing Iron and.mica',' also e f<oe,. In  the  Yukon Territory, of ,an are* *oi ex-  eeding 100 acres. '      ' ,  The patent for'a mining locatli-n shall  (jLuvidu lor lhe paynicul ul a lujally ot 21 pei  ucul ol llie&alua ul the piuducU, ot Ine loualiu u  Placer Mining, Manitoba and the N.W.  1'., excepting the Yukon I'erritory.���������  clacer, mining claims generklly are 10u'  ieet bquaie; entry fee,' ���������5,, renewable  > early. < On the North Saskatchewan  Hlver claims for either bar or bench, the  former being'100 feet long and extending'  oetwoen high and low water mark. The  tatter includes bar, diggings, but extends  back to the base of ine lull or b&na, but  ��������� not exceeding 1,000 feet. Where ������tea*a  >>uwer is useu, 'claims Ml feet wick, maj  je  obtained.   , ,  *  , Dredging In ,the rivers of ',Manitobi  and the-M. VV. T., excepting the.Xokoi.  i'erritory.���������A free miner may obtain only  two leases of five miles each for a term  of twenty years, renewable In the discretion of the Minister of the Interior. '*  , The lessee's right is confined to tie submerged beds or bars "of the river below  tow water mark, and subject to the rights'  of all persons who have, or who may receive ��������� entries tor bar, diggings or1 bench  claims, except on the. Saskatchewan  Hlver, where the lessee may dredge to  .ugh water mark on each alternate leasehold.  /The lessee shall have a' dredge in operation wiilun one season fiom the date of  iUe lease for each nvp , miles,- but where  i person or company has obtaineu more  .nan one lease one diedge for each llf-  teeu miles or fraction! Is su-osieiu;  uenial, ih> per annum tor each .A.le~oi  aver leased. Koyalty at the rate of two  'and a hult' per. cent.collected ou.tae uut-  put after -it exceeds Jlu.DOO. -,' ���������    ,  Dredging In the Yukon Territory.���������Six  leases ot nve miles each may be granted  ,M,a free miner.1 for^ a'term of twentj  ijears, ulao renewable.     ' <  The > lessee's right^li conlined to the  oubmeiged ,bed or ouis in . tiierrlver ue-  iow low- water mark, that boundary to  oe fixed by Ita'position ou^the 1st day of  August In the year, of the date of the  ie<isu. ,,        '  The lessee shall have one dredge In op-  uf the lease, and one < dredge lor each  eration within two years from the date  five -miles within sii years from such  date. Kental, flw per mile for the lirst  year,' and $10 per mile for each subsequent year. Royalty, same as placer mining. K  Placer Mining In the Yukon Territory.  ���������Cieek, liver ,gulch and hill claims shall  ���������ot exceed 250 feet In length, measured  on the base line or general direction o  the creek or gulch, the width being fr"r  1,000 to 2,000 feet. All other placer claim*  shall be 2.J0 feet, square.'  Claims are marked by, two legal posts,  one at each end, bearing notices. Entry  must be obtained within ten days, If the  claim is within ten miles of mining it  corder's office. One extra. day allowt  for each additional ten miles or fraction  The person or company staking a claim  must hold a free miner's certificate.  ���������  The discoverer of a new-mine is entltlod-  to a claim of 1,000 feet In length, and If  the party consists of two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the output of which no royalty  shall be charged, the rest of, the party  ordinary claims only.  Entry fe������, $10.   Royalty at the rate of  two and one-half per cent on the val'j  of the gold shipped from the "Yukon Tst  rltory to be paid to ,the Comptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant 6  more than one mining claim on each sep  erate river, creek or gulch, but the sam>  miner may hold any number of claim*  by purchase, and free miners may work  their claims in partnership by filing  notice and paying fee of $2. A claim may  be abandoned, and another obtained on  the same creek, gulch or river, by giving  notice  and paying a fee.  Work must be done on a claim each  year to the value of at' least $200.  A certificate that work has been duae  must be obtained each year; If not, tm  claim shall be deemed to be abandon? j  and open to occupation and entry by a  free miner.  The boundaries of a claim may be i������������  fined absolutely by having a suro.,  made and publishing notices In the Yukon  Official  Gazette  Petroleum.���������All unappropriated Do-n'n  Ion Lands in Manitoba, the North-iver  Territories and within the Yukoi. 'Terrl  tory are open to prospecting for twfrni  euro, and the minister may rf������eri. lo.  an individual or company hn-lng jia  chinery on the land to be .irmrpactMi.  an area of 640 acres. ShonK tne pr.ja-  pector discover oil In paying quantities  and satisfactorily establish such dlsco-������  ery. an area not exceeding 640 acres, in  eluding the oil well and such other Ian*  as may be determined, will be-sold to  the discoverer at the rate of $1.00 an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate &������  may be specified by order-ln-councll.  Department   of   the   Interior,   OtUv������  VV. VV. COIiY,  Deputy of tbc Minister of tho Ul������ jt  tfc-ir-it, -tea,^      Jy cttJo ti? ������jf^MriOf +e*c2, ^* a  i i  Lhat the aggregati-un of T  , HoxtJe ��������� J& "3*  Furnixhingf  wi> are showing .for tho fall trade, is  the greatest in the ' history, of our  business.'Our buyers have been , out  for several, months searching' the  hrarkets of the, East, 'England and  thcContiiiL'nt for  JVcVelties f<Q. Staples  for the coining:hP.-iKon, iind bow well  Ihey have succeeded, is shown, by'.the  new goods arriving every day.  Quality and' Ejcclti-  si-cJeness . of   Design  is evei ywhcr*c apparent; and the prices  are no-higher'-than is often charged  for inferior goods. ,  - '' ��������� '  '  <' SEND FOR OUR 230'-PAGE.  CATALOGUE. ������,     ,,.  ' TO THE     ,     '      '    -  DOMINION EXHIBITION  ^/ftelle t  f  ,   (,, .f  h-    <  -������ mi niiu.ni.  The Mail offers a free trip, including, traveling and hotel ���������  , expenses for,two days at New. 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K  ['.wHcnKcrn lieki'l������d IhroiiKli tii all jiarw of  Ureal llrilain anil Irclanrl, ami al, Hpcrlally low  i.ilMI'1 nil p.irlH nf the Kiinipean roiiUnent.  Apply lo nearcMl, rail way or KleainMhlpa������eiil or  ro  T.   VV.  nnA.O������HVW, Agont.   Ro olntoto  VV. P   F   CUMMINOa.    Paoino   AKttnt  i   If Yon Do Your Own Sewing  is it is all the more reason why you should  ." use only  'Belding's Spool S  '     They save both time and money.  >.      Belding's��������� Silks  are-tough  and  strong  %. because: they are pure silk.    That  , them wear.,  They   sew   smobthl}*,   evenly���������.  j, because they arc free of-'kinks and ���������  'i knots.        That    prevents   threads  !���������' breaking.  I You can do ��������� MORE; work���������and  y better work^-and do it * EASIER  ; ���������with Belding's Silks.  Every shade and, tint-for-hand  *, and machine work.  Stores ewrprhere haro BELDING'S SILK.  '  TELEGRAPHERS  NEEDED  Annually, lo (III Ihe now'poiItionB created by  liailwiij and TcluKi-iinh Companies. We want  YOUNQ MEN and LADIE8 of good habits, to  LEARN TELEGRAPHY  & R. R. ACCOUNTING  VVe furnish 7,i pur cent, ot tlie Operators and  Stallo'i ABenUs in America. Our si-c schools aro  llio lai-KCHl oxclusi vh TolcKi*a])li Scbooli- IN TII K  WOKLIJ. Khlahllshed 20 years and endorsed  by all leadliiK Itiiiiway Ofllcials.  Wo exeeulo a ?2.VI liond to every student lo  furnish him or her a position payniKfiom 310  lo im a month in Stales east of the Kooky  Mountain.., or from $7.1 to S1IK) a month iu  SUiU'H wimu of ihu Hookies, IMMKDIATKLiY  Ul'ON OHADUATION*.  SliidenLscan enlur al.any tinic. No vacations.  For full I'arllculai'Mi'cKaidinKany ofourschools  ������rlle olreel, to our executive olllco at Olnciii-  iialI, O.   ("alaloKiio free.  The Morse School of Telegraphy  THE  Cincinnati, Ohio.  Atlanta, Qa.  Texarknnn, Tex.  1*11 21 Nov.  Buflato, N.Y.  La Crosse, Wis.  San Francisco, Cal.  IO  WOOD VARD  Vancouver, B. C.  Limited  1 linve Htnrtcd n pi-rriinnent Wood  Yurd on Third street. With my past  experience I hope to be in a position  to satisfy nil requirements of customers.   Dry cordwood  kept in stock and           supplied   in. nny   lengths,at reduced  JPLIELjIlNrdZDCIISrGr   pneesfor cash.  WSto ���������    .. R.SAMSON.  LONM DIRECTORY  Containing over 2,000 pages of condensed corriiiKTcinl rnattor. , enables  enterprising trnders throughout the  Empire to keep in close touch with  the trade of the Motherland. Besides  being a complete commercial guide to  London and its 6iiburhs, the Directory  contains lists of���������  EXPORT MERCHANTS  v  with the goods they ship, and the Colonial and Foreign markets they supply  STEAMSHIP LINES  arranged under Ihe Ports to' which  they hail, and indicating the .approximate sailings;  PROVINCIAL APPENDIX  of Trade Notices of leading Manufacturers." Merchants, etc., in the principal provincial towns and industrial  centurs of the United Kingdom.  Colonial    Entries   are   accepted   nt  j*Three Slrillrngs per line of 28 letters.  A copy of the 1900 edition will lie  forwarded, freight prepaid, on receipt  of Postal Order for  I'i'i'soris requiring n supply of ice can |  depend on getting  it promptly   fron  "W  TWENTY SHILLINGS.  the London Directory Co. Ltd.  25 Abchiirch "'Lane!-London,' E." C,  i  :fe  'it  I'.V;  ���������<*- ('A  ty  i  ft  ���������y  ���������������*  THE KOOTENAY MA TL  %  ;fe  .'���������;.'  I'.V;  f  How Big I:  Two Cents 2  * ,    ' ~; ';',/''���������','  '   The-7 average consumption- of'floury  ��������� per ^ear, by- -each',person^ in: Canada, \  "is*about one barrel (196'lbs.).,  '.  1,     1       - ' , ���������  ,     Suppose you-use'an; inferior flour-  at *a'saving of'-say 75 cents/1 over tlie  cost of a barrelf of Royal Household  'Flour, that is just 6l/z cents a month,  ,���������less rthan' two cents per week.,  , ,But an inferior pflbur can yield ;6nly  a'portion of the nutriment you get out-*:  of "Royal Household" becausepheap'  .flours; are -poorly-milled;1 contain a'**  * greater proportion of-;bran;and shorts .,   ther granules---are not uniform���������^the  breads is heavy-^���������the texture is coarse  '" "���������the'flavof is/ tasteless or poor���������rth'e',  .nutriment is-n6t--'in*iti !  .;.' ROYkL HOUSEHOLD FL,OUR,������*  ��������� being perfectly^milled', .isruniform- in :  texture-T-makes.,bread  that is- light'  ���������and"wafer!ike^r-white as siiow���������finely  r^.flaybred^^-highest iii'nutriment;,    /  -,"RoyaUHousehold'v';is- electrically -  "purifiedand sterilized���������backed up and  guaranteed by its makers'-reputation.  -'    .     '"��������� ' :  Ogilvie's Royal Household Flotir.  &  L  MINING; MATTERS  / ���������> Fifty more men are to be put'on the  Silver'-Ctsp  to "develop  the  new  ore  'struck. ,������*. i      ���������      '-       . *-,  v. .  The , American   Mining-Company,  operatin'g-o'n French, Creek, have shut  down'wbrk for the "season.  Owners*; of-, zinc properties should  advise "the 'Zinc Mining Commission"  of them so that the properties may.be  '", inspected 'with* a view" to forming the  be9t possible estimate of the zinc  rcsoirrccsof the'province.* ' * . (  '' Sid Graham, E. Ii. Vipond and 'Alex  McLean struck, u shoot of ore ten  inches wide on.the Noble Five, half a  mile from Trout Lake Cily. The ore  will-net ftbout-!f800 to the carload.  Already half a carload is ready for  -shipment to the Trail Smelter. u  The'Review- says: *'The outside  press is chirping that the high price of  lead should make make the silver-lead  miners happy. It - does, but - lower  smelting rates would make them- far  happier. The latter has not been  lowered a peg for over 13 years, and it  is about'"time they took a tumble."  On 'the Lucky Boy at Trout Lake,  ��������� the lead has been uncovered for a distance of 800 feetfand there is a show-'  ing; of eight inches of "'gray copper.  One assay runs as high as, 3500 ounces  in silver to the^ton. The-ore it is  thought willrnet $2500 ,to the carload.  A drift has been run along the lead for  a_ distance of sixty feet:  Mr. Guffy shut down work; on the  Duquesne Company^ property ^ on  Smith Creek this week, and all,hands  came down thc river'oh Tuesday. He  hopes to. resume- operations next  spring. Thc work clone this season  consisted.in the extension of the drift  through the canyon on the old channel,  and a little gold was got, but 'Mr.  Guffy's aim is to get above the canyon  where the* old channel has probably  widened out and where the best gold  is likely to be got.  BIG JJEND  Eminent Mining Expert Enthusiastic about Mineral Prospects.  Standard Mine will'have Tramway andSmelter.  The City of Kevelstoke .little knows  thc vast resources behind it. To tho  north is a vast country little explored,  but the acquaintance with it intensifies its importance. The great timbor  Wealth of the Big Bend has long been  recognised. The placer fields which  yielded great riches in the sixties have  been spasmodically exploited. The  day of lode mining is at hand. Thanks  to thc energy, persistency and determination of the gentlemen handling  thc destinies of the Priirce Mining and  Development Company, their property,  the Standard, has been steadily  developed, till today it is ono of the  most promising mining properties in  'British'Columbia.- For some time men  possessed with ample capital for good  mining investments have hud an.cyo  on the .Standard, and several of their  roprosentntivoF) have boon visiting the  property this season, with tho result  that'they have only one tale to_tell���������  that'of'a successful mineral .-development, with 'large bodies of ore in sight,  and everything favorable for the'prospects of a large and valuable mine.  Two weeks- ago Hon.* Col. Steele,  a, well-known, mining exgineer .of  Denver,..Colo., and, who for four  years was manager of'the great Colorado mine���������The Independence- of  Cripple Creek���������visited the property in  the'interests of capitalists , who "are  prepared on his report and- recommendations,' to furnish the , necessary  capital for the further development of  the mine and the'placing of the propei ty on a producing basis.  Col. Steele spent about ten days in  making an exhaustive examination of  the best means of equipping it. With  this view he travelled over the range  to the Columbia River and back to the  mine. He also thoroughly sampled  the ore-bodies. While 6f course reticent, and reserving his report for his  principals, ho expressed his satisfaction  with what, he saw, and considers tthe  Prince Company is only on the fringe  of what will prove an extensive and  highly mineralized^ zone, in which  lliefe is a strong probability of- there  being several producing mines.,    .  At no time, has the Standard been  seen under more favorable circumstances than now: The snow has entirely disappeared from the surface and  the outcrops and geological formation  of the'country-are* plainly evident.  The mineral- formation is strong and  permanent in its character, and Col.  Steele haa no doubt -* the Standard will  be one of'the big mines of the country.  The ore-body has been developed on  the No. 2 lead for a depth of 550 feet on  thc dip of the vein, and has improved  in quality and'increased in magnitude  with depth, till at the only point in  the lowest workings where the ore  body has been cross-cut from wall to  wall there is 22Jfcet of ore across the  floor as measured by Col. Steele and  the editor of the Mail.  Col. Steele will recommend to his  principals the erection of n aerial  tramway to the Colunrbia River, and  the building of a smelter on the river.  The great mass of ore in the mine is  solid oro which will be shipped straight  us it is mined to thc smelter.  Col. Steele has recommended Supt.  Rumens to pursue the same method  of development which he has been  following during the last two seasons,  and work will be'vigorously pushed on  during the comirig winter. With this  view the staff at the mine is being  increased, ample supplies are being  got in, and all preparations made for a  busy winter's work.  Hon. Col. Steele expects to return  during tho winter to prepare plans  arrd make arrangements for the in-  stalation of the mill, tramway and  concentrator as soon us spring comes  to allow of the prosecution of these  works. An electric plant will he put  in at the urine to operate power drills  and a siiwmill, there being run pie  power iii .the vioinity.  GREAT-FL0T0 SHOWS.  "���������run cikcus heautikol."  The >|i'i'u<lid reputation of the Gren'  Floto Showe. is *, thinly establish'd  none hiiI iii- :li! I lie geiiuinenefcs df the  I'roniNes made, .mil no, one will he  disappointed. This ,\ t ,ir the bhoiv hits  been enlarged m> as lo r.iuk with any  tented organization (on the road,  Thousands of di-llms have lieeii-speut  in improving every department.  Itcosts about .$-2,500 a day to run  such'a big circus. There' aie 570 people with the show besides 83 advance  men,1 contracting agents and bill posters with the three advertising cans. .  The Floto circus carries 300- horses  and 70 ponies, the lot,,valued at $50,-  000. The eight big- elephants represent a fortune in themselves.   ,  With the monster show is' its, own  minister,surgeon, barbers, blacksmiths  electricians and others.  No one who is ' not in touch with'  the great show can form any idea of  the immensity ' of, it.- It is a small  city,in itself, constantly on the move,  but with all kinds of mechanical provisions for its running.'  One thousand pounds of, 'iveat are  consumed, daily in* the circus dining  halls, to say, nothing of barrels of potatoes and similar, supplies. All'this  will be bought here���������two days supplies  for the 570 people, horees and the ani-  nmls,'kitchens and dining halls, models of neatness both. In the culinary  department are employed frfteen.cboks  and thirty-six waiter's/besides,, assistant cooks, meat cutters and '-pastry  cooks. /      '���������  -      ,   . -,  " A'circus is a splendid object lesson  in system���������perfect system'.  This is'seen in.the,unloading of the  cars and in every, detail'of the work.  Every man is held' responsible for'his  particular duty.  , < r,  Mr.' Frank-Tammen, who'accom-,  panics the circus,-has 26 assistants on  his' stag. His "office on wheels" is  complete, being-provided,with all conveniences, . even long distance and  local,telephones, electric lights, etc.,  Thc laundry bill of the Floto circus  alone is $250 per week... *,  [ The money carried out of.town by a  circus is ,the extra.money,brought by  excursionists who' come, to the show.  The money received from town people  js more than offsetJiy the 'sums -'paid  out here for supplies and other heeded  expenses;-     ��������� u       '   ���������  The, big show is coming,to Revelstoke for Monday, next, Sept. 18.  ,    TIME TABLE  FOR  SHOW  DAY.  Here is, the program for the day,  which vvill be carried out in detail and  tho show people say strictly -on  time:  ,10 'a. m.���������The parade- is,'due*. to  reach' the- town' business district.  Drivers and tearirsters are,especially  and * politely requested to , avoid' this  parade or have secure control of their  horBes. i       '* ���������  11 a. m.���������Free open' air shows and  opening" of annex departments of the  show grounds. .      '       ���������''      '  -1 p. mr--Opening of the main, en-  tranciftcf the menagerie' and big shows  allowing, one hour to viewtbe animals  and courte. Promenade-band concert  by Sig. -Zierke's' combined .band of  'sixty musicians.  1 p. m'.���������Grand Mysterious India  spectacle -and - regular program. One  hour to view the menagerie after the  big1 show. ,    * _  4:15 'p. m.���������The specialty -concert  after the big show, introducing, new  features and the grand-ballet, in novel  dances. '  4:30,.p. tn.���������Vallacita performs and  feeds the big lions in a massive den in  the'annex.  7 p1. m.���������Opening of the main entrance to the menagerie and big show  for the night exhibition. One hour  to view, the menagerie Fine band  concert.  8p.m.���������The night show,begins.  Grand Oriental -pageant aud Asiatic  display enhanced by the electric lights  and colored, by fire, .adding a more  vivid and.realistic hue to the gorgeous  tournament pageant. , The 'long program , commences with' Sugim'otb's  wonderful Japanese acrobatic troupe,  the finest in the world. In case of inclement weather the waterproof tents  insure perfect protection.and comfort.  , A Judicious Inquiry.  A iw II known traveling man win  vi-i���������.-. i lie drug trade says lie hah oltei  he.ird druggists inquiie of'cui-t men-  ���������aIio m-ted for' a cough mcdiciiii,  ���������whither it was wanted for a child oi  fur an adult, and if for a child they  all in i^i, iiiv.m,<bly recommended Chan i;  berlain's Cough Remedy.' The reason  for this is that tlrey know there is i*i  danger from it and- that it alway*-  '���������ures. There is not'the least danger  in riving it, and for coughs, colds und  'croup it ii unsurpassed., For sale'-by  all druggists.- -  EST.   1877  INC 18 98.  iliiliiftMWiiiiii  tliat, thirty  to apply io the  Tondeps_fo'p'a License to Cut Timber  "bn-Domlnlon Lands In the Ppo-  ' vihee of British Columbia.      ',  Cl KALED TENDERS nddrcssed to the Timber  O and Miuci, Ilrancli, Department or the  Interior, and marked on the envelope ' 1 endei  for Timber Bdi Hi ,No. 443." will be received al  this Department until noon on Wednesday, the  11th'day of October, 1905, for a licence to cut  timber on Berth No. 4,43, comprising Fractional  Section 31 and the west half Section 35, Town  shin 20, and the north half, south east quarter  and oa^t half of tho south west qunrtor  of Section 2, Township 21, Iiant'O 8, west of the  GthiMeridiani containing an area of 1.41 square  miles, more or less. < 7  The regulations uuder which a license will  bo issued, also printed forms of tender and  envelone, may be obtained aD this Department  or nt tne office of the Ciown Timber Agent at  New Westminster, B. C     '  Eacli,tender must be accompanied by, nn  accepted cheque on a chartered bank- in favour  of the Deputy of the Minister ot the Interior,  for the amount of the bonuH/which tho applicant is prepared to pay for a license. '  No tender by telegraph will be entertained.  l-ERLEY G. ICE YES,  ...       '. " Secretary.  Department of the Interior, r  Ottawa, August 2(*th, 1005.      , 193  mmm$mtW2Mmmm  :.?7'/?d:^7:,;y,.;..?r?������^^  ?sr--;P'dd;K^  ���������V-:'"������7d'7.7^  df������y r\j n E: A ppiii sffff^. ffyftm:::f:f2^mNz s^oj; a-;;  >������^'^ft''^Mr^  ra&j^i^ugg'^i^  NOTICE.  In the matter of LARS HALVOKSON, doceasod,  and in the mnttor of theOtlicial Administrators  ,     i /Act.  VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by order  XN of His Honor J. A. Forin, Local Judge,  dated tho 12th ,dny of Soiitombor, 190r>, Gonrgo  S. McU.irtor, Otlicial Administrator for that  part of Koptonny County coniprisod within tho  Rovolstoko Eloctornl District, has boon granted  letters of administration, to administer all nnd  singular tho ostutoof Iiiir������ Halvoroon, doceasod,  intestate.   . ,    ���������  AND FURTHER, TAKE NOTICE lhat all  CLAIMS upon the said ustuto must bo sent in  to the said Administrator, athisollico, Imperial  Rank Block, Revelstoke, B. C, within 80 days  from the date tlioroof, aftor which timo all proceeds will rbo distributed 'among thc partio-,  lawfully thorouuto ontitlod.  GEORGE S. McCARTER,  "        .     & Official Administrator.  Dated tho 11th day of September, 190">. -  19."..Sop 23   ' -    , ,  $6.50  ELGIN OR WALTHAM  4-OZ   SCLID   Sl'-VERINE   CASE,  "Dust, ami damp'pi oof. fitted  with the verv be-,1  seven  .jewelled   Elgin   or  Waltliam   movement,  stem wind and ������-cl, and absolutely guaranteed for  '���������live je.iiv.     'Also a beautiful  chain  with each  , wal ell lor the ne\t3ildajs     All  (oinplete,   f(i X).  Seeing i- bcJiu\ nig.   (Jut llii- out and -end it lo us  ,\\illi your naini,, fosl Ollice anil   Expre-- Ollice  addie^. and we uill send the  Watch and Chain  ... , .. ���������      ,       - to you lor examination.   If you  lii.il it as repre  sented, pay agent theamounl and cvpross-chiuges.ni.d Wateh and Chain aie your-. If sou  Hisli to save paying the express charges send in Ihe full amount, and we will forward to you  VV afch and Chain by mail all charges prepaid. If you order CO. I), a deposit of 50 cents is re-  quiradxs a matter of good faith, winch amount will lie deducted from your bill. Order at once  as this ��������� lor may not appear again. , When writing mention tins paper. ,   , <  ���������    ;    ���������    E: WAGNER '&.-CO.. 163,Cordova Street, .Vancouver,  B. C. '  P;  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage :       /  ���������  "V'.'-"'     '.',       ���������     V-     ������^^sss3������^0algary,' Alberta  NOTICE.  In tho mattor of ALFRED YAPP, deceased, and  in tho mattor of tho Official Administrators Act.  VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by order  i^l of. His Honor J. A.^Forin, Local Judgo,  'datod tho 12th-day of Septombor, liMK, George  S.   McCarter, Oilicial,-Administrator for that  Sart of Kootenay County comprised within tho  ovolstoko Electoral District, has bcon griintod  lottors of administration, to administer all and  singular tho ostato of Alfred Yapp,.docoascd,  intestate ,* - ,  * AND, FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that -alt  CLAIMS upon tho said estate must bo >seut in  to tho said Administrator,' nt his ollice, Imperial  Bank'Block," ftcolstoko, B. C, within 30 days  from the date lioroof, aftor which timo all proceeds will be,distributed among tlio parties  lawfully thereunto ontitlod. '  j.     t "     GEORGE S. McCARTER,'"   '  "' , '   Official Administrator.  > Dated tho llthvday of Septombor, 1905. ��������� ,  ,  196.Sop.23 - .  >. -     -' '  '   > -  Your Appearance.  "suffers bending over "a cooking--stove  during' hot weather. Try Clerk's  Canned Meats, wholesome, tasty and  appetizing.   It's a good change.  Save Money By Home  Dyeing.  Easy Way to Make New Autumn  Dresses Out of Old and Faded  Costumes and Suits.  Diamond Dyes  Are the Popular Package Dyes  Reliable Home Work.  For  Don't wear a faded gown or skirt.  Don't look shabby simply because  you cannot alVord a new dress.  It is not necessary to weir clothing  that is faded and shabby because you  have no money to buy more. With  one or two packages of Diamond Dyes,  that cost ten cents per package, the  old dress or skirt can be dyed a  fashionable and beautiful color in  keeping with the autumn season.  Thousandsof women will have autumn  dresses, suits and skirts, that cannot  be told from new, but which have cost  them only a trille, the result of coloring over their old materials with  Diamond Dyes-.  Never risk your materials and garments with the weak, adulterated and  imitation dyes sold by some dealers.  When you buy the'Diamond Dyes, you  have the best produced in sthe world.  Send to Wells <fc Richardson Co.,  Mriiitod, Montreal, F.Q., 'or new book,  "DiiimandDyeHtindnoii'toUscTlicm,"  and card of '.48 dyed cloth samples;  sent free to any address.  APPLICATIONS FOR TIMBER LICENSES,  -      SEPTEMBER 7th, 1H03. - "*.,-  TAKE NOTICE-that thirty days after, date  , .we intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for a special  license to cut and carry away timber on the  fo'lowing described lands on Arrow Lakes :���������  ��������� " Number One.  ' ^Commencing at a post marked," Y. C. L. Co ,  nouh-west corner post," on the'north"side of  Football Creek, below the forks, and just east  of special license 5327, running ihcnco ea?t Kifl  chains, thence south (0 chains, thenct. west 100  chains, thence north JO chains to point of com  moncement. ,  '  Dated September 7th, 190.5.  YALE-COLUMBIA LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Number .Two.  Commencing at a postmarked " Y. C. 'L. Co.,  south-east corner post," about eight miles up  Fosthall Crock, on Arrow Lake-, and running  north-west of liccii'-e oJ79, running thence,west  SO chains, theneo nor Hi bO chains, thence cast  80 chains, thence south-SO chains to point of  commencement.-  Datod August 2Sth. l������0"i  ��������� YALE-COLUMBIA LUMBER CO., Ltd.  ' Number Three.  ' Adjoining application No. 1 on the east, on  tlie north fork of Fosthall Cieek just noilh of  small branch coming in from west side of  creek. Commencing at a post marked "Y.C.L.  Co., south-west corner po-,t," running thence  north SO chains, thence east SO chains, tlioncc  south 80 chains, thence west' SO chains to point,  of commencement. -- i  Uatcd AiiKiisUTth, 1005.  YALK COLUMBIA LUMBER CO., Ltd.  '    Number Four.  - Commencing at a post marked "Y. C. L. Co..  south-cast comer pobt," on the south branch of  Fosthall ,Ci eck, about seven miles from Arrow  Lake, running tlienco west SO chains, thence  north 80 chains, thence east, kit chains, thence  south SO chains to point of commencement.  Dated August 33th, 1005.    -  YALE COLUMBIA LUMBKR CO., Ltd.  Number Five.  .  Commencing at a post marked "Y. C. L.G'o.>  north east corner post," about six miles from  Arrow  Lake,  on south   branch   of> Fostlml  Creek, about one-half   mile  above thc fork  running thence south 80 chains, thence we-l **  chains, rhence north 80 chains,  thence east  chains to point of commencement.  Dated August 28th, 1905. - -,  YALK COLUMBIA LUMBKR CO., Ltd.  Number Six. <  Commencing at a post marked '* Y. 0. L. Co..  south-west corner post,"' lying north-east or  application No. ,'), and scullions! of special  timber license 52711, running thence noilh SO  chains, thence east 80 chains, thence south 80..  chains, thence went "') chnins to point of com  mencement. This I m-J liesjust north of specials  license 5327.  Dated August 2fith, 1005.  YALrfCOLUMM.V LUMB1CU CO., Ltd*  Number Soven.  Commencing at a post marked'" Y C. L. Co.,  south west comer iiohI," on tlie north bianeh of  Fosthall Creek about nino miles from Arrow  Lake, running thence north 80 chains, thence  cast 80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence  west SO chains to point of commencement.  Dated Auguil 28th, 11105. ���������   ���������  YALK-COLUMBIA LUMBKR CO., Ltd.  Number   Eight.  Commencing at a post marked " Y. 0. L. Co.,  south-west corner post," on north branch of  Fo'thall Creek, about 8} milus fiom Arrow  Lake, on thc west side of the stream, running  north 80 chains, theneo east chains, thence  south 80 chains, theneo west 80 chains to point  of commencement.  ��������� Dated September 5th, l'JU.5.  YALE-COLUMBIA LUMBER CO., Ltd.  102   *  H  BOSffiKHTif  PlRiEltlOMI  M. J. Henry's  Nurseries and Greenhouses  r. ��������� *���������  ":J0HI Westminster Road,  'VANCOUVER  V.  Food  Valuer  i f  'Mooney's Perfection Cream  Sodas   are    crisp    squares J  ,of wholesome nourishment.  .-They * are   the '- food   that |  ' builds strength" and, muscle.  ,They are as easily digested  1 by the   child   and    invalid  l&s by the sturdy workman.  They contain ALL the food  properties of- finest -Canadian wheat flour, 'in a'form  i" n L  ,that  delights   the -appetite.  ' Always fresh and crisp in j  ' thc moisture-proof packages.  At all grocers in their  hygienic packages.  B.C.  Main NiirH'ry for Fruit .Stock���������South  Vancouver, one milu toutli of city.  Br .inches .it Victoi iii. <md f Matsqui for  Seeds arid Nursery Stork growing.  Extra l.nge. planting for Fall delivery.  One year apple; -I to 0 feet, ,$10 to $12  per 100; apple. 2, 3 and I years old, SIS  to $20 per 100; jMajir.li cl Plum SI each.  Large importation of���������" Bulbs, from  Japan,'Holland and France.  Kxtr.i nice choice of Cherry. Peach,  Plum, Apiicols, etc., now gmwing for  fall ordeiti. No expense,' loss, oi delay  (it fuinigation'or* inspection.  Let me price youi list hefoie placing  jour older. Catalogue free. , Greenhouse Plants, Floral , Work, liee Supplies," Fi nit package's. Fei tilizeis, etc.  Gai'den, Field and Flower Seeds . in  season.    '������ '   ?i       .       ,    f  ������������������'      , M. J.  F-LBNliY:,  1   3010 Westminister Road, Vancouver, B. C ,  Owing to the large increase in  our Bakery Business we have been  obliged to do away with njl old-  "��������� time methods , and instill, new  machinery of the latest type,  which places us irr a position to  cope with any like concern in the  province.        .  Call and Inspect Our Goods.  A Swell Assortment to Choose,'  From. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Local 'Agent   Wanted  '" (l   " ,    "AT ONCE FOR  " Canada's 'Greatest Nurseries"  For the town of Kevelstoke  and sui rounding country,  which'will he reserved for the  right man. Start now at the  Ir'&I selling season, and handle '  om NKW SPECIALTIES on  LIBERAL TERMS. Write .'  tor particulars, and send 2oc  foi our handsome  Aluminum   Pocket   Microsrope,  (a little ireni) useful to '  Kaimoi-. in e\aiiiiiiini; -ccK and (ri.iin-.,  Oi(h.ii (lists   ' " ticcs for insects,  Gauteneia        " pl.tnln for insect**,.  Teachers and Scliolais in studying botany, and  Jtvu) body in a liiitidiul dilleient way*.  STONE & WELLITGTON  Kontlnll Nur-erics [over S00 acres]  TORONTO - -       ONTARIO  H0BS0N  &  BELL  BRICKS! BRICKS'!  The Best Clay in Okarmgan Valley,  Well-burnt Bricks in large or small  quantities at reasonable prices.  ENDEIIHY BKIOK &TILE CO.,  (JOHjelT Enderby, IJ. C.  TradomarkH  and Copyrights  obtained in all countrlcH.  PATENTS  ��������� obtained in all c  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical Attorney and Knglnoer.  Room 3, Fairfield Itlock, Granville at., near P.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A poHlcard will necu.ro an ovoning appoint  mont for thoHO who cannot call during the day  WAH CHUNG'S  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  Croekery of all Kinds.  Plain and Fancy.  and  Best  makes of Japanese  t China  Ware.  Splendid supply of Fresh  Vegetables from S. D.  Crowle's ranch.  TO PRINTERS  For Sale on Easy Terms  One 12x15 We.stnmn & Maker Platen  Pi ess with power' linings.  On'1 No. 1 Double Polheiniis Piint-  crs Cnbinet.  One Betlis Space and Quad Case,  One Dick Mailer and Mailing Type.  Thiee fonts Wood Type and Murder.  One Franklin hand Perioral or*.  One 120 inch Lever Paper Cutter.  These goods are aii.solnl.ely new, never  ,        having been used.  Apply to  THE KOOTENAY  MAIL  PUBLISHING   CO.   LTD.  .     Revelstoke, 13. O,  "VTOTICE IS IIKREBY GIVEN  X\    days afltr date, I intend  toap.  Chief Coinrnisaioncr of Land-and Works for  special licen-e to cut a-jd carry awav timber  from Section  IB. Town-hip *2, on Soda Creel,  lliir Rend. \Ve.-t Kootenay db-lncr.  D.ilul this 2olh day of Autfusi. 1905.  X. T. EDWARDS, Locator.  "VTOTICE IS HKREHY GIVEN* that thirty  *'' daj s after date I iiir/jnd to apply to tho  Chief O'oinmi-eioner of Land.-* aud \\ orko for a  special license to cut and carry away timber  from .-section 3', Township 2. on Soda Creel,  Bitj Ilcnd. We-t Kootenay District.  Dated Ih - 2.5th da- of .August, 180.3.  O. ABBA-IAMSON",  per X. T, EDWARDS, Agent  VTOTICE ii herebj given, that. 30 days after  _L> date, I intend to apply to the Chief Com-  ini=5ioner of Lands and Works for a special  licenfo to cut and carry away timber from tho  following ^described lands in West Kootenay  District:1- - ,  Commencing at a post marked "C, Abraham-  non s north ea--t corner po-t," and planted at  north we-it corner of Section 30, township 2, on  Soda Creek, Big Bend, thence south 160 chains,  theneo we=l 10 chains, thence north ICO chain-,,  thence east 10 chains to the point of commencement.   ������ ,  Dated this 2Jlh day of August, 1905.     ���������  <       i C. ABRAHAMSON".  per X. T. EDWARDS, Agent.  "VTOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days after  ���������V* "J?"*, I intend to apply to tLa Honorable  the Chief Commissioner of Lands, and Worts  for a special license to cut and carry away timber from tho following described lauds iu West '  Kootenay District:��������� ���������   '  Commencing , at' at post marled " N. T.  hd-Aards toulh west,corner post," and planted  half mile -ivc-tfrom south west corner of section  SO, township 2, on Soda Creek. UigBend, thence  north Sj chain-, thence east SO chains, thence  south fcO chains, thence we-st, SOI chain-*, to the  poms, of commencement.  , Dated this 25th daj of A uguol. 1905.     '   ������,  X.T. EDWARDS.  "VTOTICE it.hereby given lhat, 30 days after  i_> datc..I intend to apply to the'Chief Com-  jnrasionor of Lands and Works for a special  lrcenso to cut and carry away timber from tho  following described lands in West Kooten.ii'  district:��������� ,  -  Commencing at a post marked '��������� C. Abraham )���������'  -ons-outh eabt comer po-t," and planted half ,  mile west from north ucot corner of -eclioii 30,  township  2,* Soda  Creek,'Big   Bend, thence -  north SO chain-,  thence west So chains, thence  -outhSO chanii., thence east SO chains to the  point of commencement. ������������������  C. AHHAHA.MSOX,      '        ���������    '     ~-   .  '      . perN. T. EDWARDS, Agent.'  NOTICE IS 'HEREBY   GIVEN' thai thirty    ,  dav-, afterdate I   intend to apply to the  Honorable   the  Chief Commis.-,ioner of LandHi  and \\ oris for a  bpecial license to cut and  carry   away   timber  fiom   the   following described lands in West Kootenay district:���������  Commencing   at   a   post   marked   "N.   T.  I-.dmrd s-noutli east corner post," and planted  one and one-half mile west of section 30, township ���������>, on Soda Creek, Big Bend, thence nortlf ,  10 chains, thence west 1C0 chains, thence south  10 chain-, thence ca^t 1C0 chains to the point of  commencement.     >, ,  '    ,;  Dated the 2Slh day of Augiibi, 1D05.    '    '  ,   << .,   ' X.T. EDWARDS, Locator.  Vj-OTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that thirty  X> 'day-i after date I intend to apply to the  Chief ComiiiLssioncr of Land-s aud Works for a  special license to cut and carry away timber  fiom the following described lands in West ;  Kootenay District:���������    J  Commencing at a posl marked "C. Abraham-  son s south west corner post," and planted half  milei-icst from section U, township 3, on Sodu.  Creel, Big Bend, thence north 1C0 .chains,, ,  thence east JO ehainf, thence south loO'chaius,  thence west IU chains to the point- of com-,  menccinent. ,  Dated thrs 2oth daj of Aucu-L 190",.   '    '  C. ABRAHAMSON,  per X. T. EDWARDS, Agent  MOTICE IS HEREBY-GIVEN  that thirty  ������y    days after date I intend lo apply to the -  Chief Commisoioner of Ijiiids-and Works for a ���������  special hecn-e IO cut and  cirry away timber  hum  the tolloHing described lands in   Wast  Kootenai district:���������  Commencing   at  a   post   marked '* N.-'' T  "ted  v-'  ,'  c  Edward, south e,Lst corner po-,t," and planted  half mile west from sect.on 0, township 3, on  soda Creek, Rig Bend, thence north lljfl chains,  thence .west 10 chain-, thence south luO chains,  thence east 10 chains to the point of commencement. ,    r  Dated this 20th day of August, 1905.    *  N. T. EDWARDS.."  VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that' thirty  X> days after date I intend to apply to the  Chief Commis-ioner of Lands and, Works for a  special license to cut and carry away umber  fiom the iollouiiig dc&cribcd lands in Wat  Koolenay district.��������� ' ������  Commencing at,a post marked "X. T.  Edward s souili cast corner po=u" planted one  mile we-t from section 0. township 3, on Soda  I reek. Big Bend, thence north 1C0 chains  thence west 40 chains, thence south ICO chains, '  thenee easclO chains to the point of commencement, i ,  ���������  Dated this 2oth day of August. 1905.  .-*-'-' '   X. T. EDWARDS.   -  VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thirty.  X> .days after date I intend to arplvto the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for u  special license to cut aud carry awav timber  liom section IT, township -J, om Jordon River,  Big Bend, \\ Ct-l Kootenay district-  Dated this 2t3th day of Auf-iist, 1905.  N. T. EDWARDS. Locator.  VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thirtj  rV *?> softer dale I Intend to apply to Lhe  Chief Commissioner of Lands aud Works for a  special license lo cut and carry away, timber  rroni section 2u. township J on Jordon River,  Big Bend. U est Kootenay disliicc  Dated this 2tjih day of August, 1903.  C, ABRAHAM-SUN.  per N. T. EDWARDS, Agent  -\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thirty  -V 'Jajs after date I intend to applv to the  ohief Cpmiuissionerof Lind- and Works for a  special license io cut and carry away timber  irom section 19, township 1 on Jordon River,  Brg Bend. Wc-t Kootenay di-tncu  Dared this 20!li day of Augu-u laoj.  C. ABltlHAMSO.N.     ���������  per N. T. EDWARDS, Agent.  VTOTICE Id HEREBY GIVEN that thirty  I_> dajs after dnt/j 1 intend to apply to the  (,-nief CpmniLsMonur of Lands and Works for a  special license to cut and carry away timber  rom section 29, to.wi������lnp l, on Jordon River,  Big Bend. \\ est Kootenav district.  Dated thi~ 2Clh day of Augu-,1, 19CI5.  X. T. KDWARDS.  VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat thirty  X> diij a after date I intend to apply to the  chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for a  special license lo cut and curry away,timber  if0"!,"'"'0:,1"?!1- SV^'i-l'iP'. on Jordon River,  Big Bend, \\ est Kootenav di-tnct.'  Dated mis -Aiih day of August, 1905.  C. ABIiAHA.MsON.  l^5'3'> per X. T. EDWARDS, Agent.  ;  '- ri  It should be korne is sdad that  erery celd weakens the luaga, Ww-  ers the vitality and prejnrea the  system for the moc������ ���������erioaa diseases, among which arc thc tw������  greatest destnyero ������f hiwu life,  pneumonia ail conrnimptroa.   -  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has won its great popularity by ha  prompt cures of this most common  ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves th* lungs and opens the  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent core. It eomteiacts  any tendency toward pnraaooia.  g   Price S5c, Lar-ga Slse 50c.   J  flUURl^   D.nSnfierdate we intend to ap-  X    ply to the  Commissioner of Lands  and  \\ orks for a special license to cut and carry .  away   limber  from   the  following'described  lands:  Commencing at a post planted about  ono  hundred cliains from the shore of Galena  Bay  111 V"?t:rirVr,r,'-m,-r'lke' ������" B,'K Cre-*1- a������d  marked Big Bend Lumber Compan}'i North-  cast Corner i-Ost." tliencewest 10 chains, thence  .-outti 1CU chains, thence east '10 chains, theneo  north liyj chains to point of commencement,  1M BIG BEND LUMBER CO.,  , LTD.  ���������VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thirty  _l_> d.i} - after date I intend to apply to tha  Unef Corniiirssioner of Lmds and SVorks for &  special license lo cut and curry awa} timber  from thu following de-enbed lauds in Wesl  Koolenaj di-inc! :���������  Coimjicncing at a post marked '* Win.  G jwnn s north east corner post" and plunU-d on  a bla/.ed hue running ea-,1 from a point on"eiust  bariK of I'uig-ion Creek about nine and one-  half miles Irom mouth and about 00 chains  e.u-l of creek, thence west 40 cliuius, theneo  south IW chains, thence cost 40 chains, thence  north lWchanii- to the place of commencement.  Dated thLs lolh day of July, 1905.  Wil. GOWAN,  lbLAUBJU lx>cator. S  The Bevelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd .:  TIME TABLE  fUmi-ifs" reason of |iiKh wuter)  Llmvl- Eight-AIile Landing each  Ti;i-J.SUAY AND FRIDAY nt 0 n. m  I.eiivu La Pohtk ench  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY at 2 p. nr  .SPECIAL TRIPS will be made between dales of regular sailing whenever business ciiTerecl warrants same.  Thc Company leberve the right to  '���������hung.' time and days ol sailing without notice.     ���������  A.  FOILS LAND,  Master.  SW ANSON.  Pur*  The Master Mechanics Pure Tar Soap heals  and softens the skin, whilo promptly cloanHina  itofpea.se. oil,nisi, etc Inrnlunblo for mo  chanlcs, farmers, sporUiinon. Kreo Bamplo of  receipt of 2c_for postage. Albert Toilet Soap  Co., mauufacturers, Slontrcal. rn  niE KOOTENAY MATL  i i.  I'!   *,  I c- f  U7:  i      -s  OIL AND WATER  COLORS  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  'keep a-full supjDlyof above  'J . .y iii'-ili colors.     Also  Brushes, Palette Boards,  Mixing Oils, Sketch-,  '���������       ���������  ing  Blocks"  and any other article you may  require for, painting.,  hull this week. Rev.  presiding e.\aniiiie"r.  CANADA DRUG &  BOOK CO.  REVEL-STOKE, li. C,  BORN.  Hamilton���������At Cornaplix on Sept,  13th, to Mr. und Mrs. \V. ilsimilLon,  a ,-on. -  ,  Sum^kii���������At KevelbtoUo,' on Sept,  14th, 'to Mr. and Mis. Geo. Simmer  of Gaiiilioriie.'ii son.       ������������������ ���������'*  MARRIED.  CiiitiaTiAX-DiJNSMOKK���������At l.niiii.y,'11.  *     C,'on   Wednesday,   Sept.   Oth,   hy  Rev.   J. (-11     Lambert',   Clnirles ,'.L  Christian, oi Vernon, to Luey Dun.s-  ' more, of Revcldtoke. *  McI.n*tyke7Bok������i:\ ��������� At    L'orthrnd,  Maine, ll. S.'A.,  on   Tuesday,  'Aug.  .'-29tli,   lilOu,   Andrew.'Xcsbitt   Jle-  ���������*���������  J ntye of, Revelstoke,' B.C., lo Kathleen   Mary   Dorden,   of    Portland,  Me.    .'  Savack-PaiI-mei:���������A^S.-iliiion ��������� Arm,  on Wednesday, Sept.' Gth; by'Rev. J,  A. Woo'df, .William Savage, of Vancouver,* to Mamie, oldest daughter  of'Mrs. ,E^ A. Palmer,* of Salmon  '   Arm.       ,*- ���������  Smythe-J)akk\gh���������At . Calgary, on  "; Sept. Oth, 1905, at St. jMary's church  _- by. the Rev. Father LcMarchan'd,  Josie, daughter of J. A.-Darragli,  Airdrie, Alt;-.., to Royan .Mackenzie  Smythe, son, of Cplpncl S. W.  S'mythe, Aldeburgh, .England.    , '  McOill     Unher.sity     Mairiciilation  exaininatioiis   wen1   held  in   tlie  city  t). A��������� PiMCiinicr  'Two candidates,  .Mrs. Ilntchi-on and Mi-s Vance.  igrhedp.il was clo-ed on Saturday by  which 'the Mar hall .-'(���������liollinf-*'.(.'mii  puny, foi whiiin ii.' ;A' Bradley i.s  manager, have purchased Ciou. La-  foi lire's pack tram and ranelie.s in the  Big Bend.    ' ",  Vesterd.iy the school trustees w ic,  ncshcd " a test', alarm' of liie at, the.  school, and although , noil her, the  teachers nor children had the slightest  idea of what was coming the scln ol  was emptied in 46 seconds from the  time thc alarm was given, and not a  child was out of order. The trustees  were delighted with 'the ellicicucy of  the discipline, , apart from the , fact  that the test showed there was not  the smallest risk of a child sustaining  injury even in'case of a���������lire actually  occurring.  usmess  ocais.  Social & Personal.  Local and General.  i        ,,  Jas.'  Gill   was   sentenced   to,   two  '   ycais imprisonment on the charge on  which he was re-iirrested.  The-Floto shows, which will appear  on Monday,, Sept. ISth, are much  larger than last year.      '  The public schools will be'eksed on  4th, 5th, and 6tlr October for the  Westminster exhibition.  A man named Olscn shot1 nnd killed  one Hopcroft in a drunken row at  Spence's Bridge.  The General Synod of tho Church  of England has decided that no  Clergyman shall marry divorced persons. '  We have to thank U. Tapping for a  fine sample of plums and apples  grown by him, another proof of what  lievelatoke can do in thc way of growing fruit. '  Thc Yale Columbia Lumber Company have bought out the Kootenay  Lumber Company and G. S. McCarter went to Nelson to close tlie  deal.  ,'An employe of the Bowman Lumber Company named Cant had one of  hi= anii= injured at the city mill this  morning and was taken to the  Hospital  Discount  Off  Mrs. .1. W.   MeCalluni,   of -Salmon  Ann, spent ibis week m the city visit-  1 ��������� ,i i . i  Irieinls.  ',     " '���������      ,  ',      "        , '  U. W. Kelly, formerly. Million 'agent  ul Albert Canyon, hsia been appointed  C. P. R. agent at AriiiMi'uug.  lI.'Andeisuii, of the  Beatrice,  goes  to Snii<l'"i'.incisco lo take   thc   mining  course at the Stanford Uiiivur-shy.'  ,        -   '  jMi.s^oa Bessie and Gei'ti iido'Lawson,  diiught.rs 'ol   John    Lawson,     luue  passed the  Magill    nntriculation   examinations.    . '      '  <  i               ,      .'> i  Messis.'J. Lynns, JI. .1, Clink and A.  N. Mclntyre will icpresunl the Revelstoke railway ( niployes at the railway  Y. M. C. A. convention at Detroit.'   ���������  Sir Frederick - Jiordcn, Minister  of Milina, ' will pass through Revel-  stoke tonight on his way to the coast.  He intends stopping oil' two days at  Kamloops.      -  Hon. "J?. W. Aylmer, .dominion  engineer, visited trie Bond Tuesday to  ascertain the most Yiiccssary ri\er  improvements 'to.be carried out during the coming winter.1' ' -  a Sir Tiros'. Shaughiicssy, Piesident of  the C. J*. R., accompanied by ' Messrs.  Angus, Jlos'nicrl, Matthews, directois,  and Messrs. Whyte and Bury, will be  in Revelstoke on the 21st, .leaving  next morning for-JN'clson. . - ' -< -  .At Vernon, Miss Dunsmore, ��������� sister  of Mrs. M." J! O'Brien, was married to  C J. Christian' of that city. - The  bride hadmade friends in Revelstoke,  whose best wishes go with the happy  couple. - ���������  . J. Ji.* McVay, who, has been , in  charge of thc accounting department  of the C. P. li. nb Revelstoke, has  been appointed accountant, for the  Bowman Lumber Company at Comu-  plix, and is succeeded by A. E.  Haggor.  A. N. Mclntyre, of Revelstoke, was  wedded at Portland, Me., to Miss  Kathleen, Mary Borden, a prominent member of the Chestnut St.  Methodist church there. ' Thc ceremony was celebrated in great style  and the happy couple were thc  recipients of numerous' handsome  presents.  Hon. Senator Templeman, W. A.  G.illiher, M. J'., and Duncan Ross. M.  P., passed through Kevelstoke Thursday to attend a meeting of the tariff  commission at >Tclson. Thc gonial  big'Bill is looking better than ever.  Hon. W- S. FicldingS'Finarice Minister  of Canada, and the other members of  the tariit' commission will visit  Revelstoke next week iv hen they will  be triad to meet anv of the citizens.  WE ARE PIC-KEEKS IN THE  CIGAR ANP TOBACCO BUSINESS  Brown's Cigar Store.  Rilles, Shot Guns and, Ammunition  at Bouine Bros. ,    ���������  lldwson's furniture store, that's the  place to buy your .Wall Paper, Carpet,  Squares, Mats, etc.  , Lamps that will not upset at Lawrence Hardware Co.,  .Foi Sale���������A,J001b Dayton Computing Scale.   Apply Bouine 13*os. ,  EVERYTHING A SMOKER  WANTS from a Moorschum Pipe to a  Pcrfecto, ' at BROWN'S CIGAR  STOKE.       . ,,  NO *' ,   .  Hair Oil, ���������  Soap, , ,      ,  Patent Medicines,  t Cough Cure,       ' ,  or Parti goric '  ���������>   '  FOR SALE AT    , ,    '        , ,' -  BROWN'S CIGAR STOKE.   '  Your credit is good at JIowsoii's for  furniture.  Call and See our new Lamps. Cost  $1.25. Weight four pounds. Can't  upset.    Lawrence .Hardware Co.  THE ONLY STORE devoted solely  to the interest of the Tobacco User.  BROWN'S CIGAR STORE,  See li. Jlowson & Co. for iron bodH'  wilh iron frame springs. They take  ihe lead. ���������,    ��������� '  Read the NEW .liOOK " l'iie  Ainiiii/id Prairie Chicken,"'or The  Shot-Gun from Lawrence Hardware  Co. ���������      '   ,     '    ,  The WAY TO IJU Y ' S.MUK Eltri  SUPPLIES buy them at'a liist cliis-  Oig.ir Store, whole only, Mist, elm-,  goods are kept/do, not let, un^enipul-,  oils dealers who have a few pipes'" and  Miiokcrs supplies ..is a side line, hand  yon ,rn inl'eiioi* article. Y- u don'i act  your moneys worth ' 'Wc have I lie  l.trgcsi line of Tobacco and Smokers  Supplies in 'he Interior and ymV net,  value oven* time.' HKOWN'SOIG.VR  STORE    ' " -'    '    <  Aie you groiisint; about thnt duck  you miss'td bcc.di.-e you didn't buy  vuur' gun from Lawience ll.irdwaie  Oo.V,'.     ���������       . ' ��������� :     .  OPERA  HOUSE  -,   .       'ONE NIGHT ONLY      ''    ,  Thursday, Sept 21st  mr. edward' r.'.salter  respectfully announces the first appearance in this city of the Celebrated  English Actic=s (for live years a valued  member of Henry' Irving's Superb  Company) ,        ,  Miss Margaret Neville  and a most effective cast,in  an Elaborate Production of  i  '  Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton's  beautiful romantic love story  THE LADY  OF XYONS  "It'isn't often that you leave tho  playhouse feeling better than when  you entered it. But you will if you  see this company and play.",    ,.  , Reserved seats will bo placed on sale  one week before the' date in this city,  at the Canada Drug.and, Book  Store.  Prices: $1, for Reserved Seats  YODO FUJI '"  * i''   / ,  has reopened n   , ���������  Irestaurant  '* '   on McICenzie Avenue.   ,',    '    '  Open Day and Night. First-Class Service  S. AND O.BRANCH  ."   Another Train Added.   .'  '** i'  Daily Winter Service Assured.  i We are glad to be able to advise the  people of the Olcanagan Valley that  theC'P. R. have' decided' to put on  another train" on the S. nnd 0. branch.  Owing to the increased freight trallic  one train a day, cannot- handle both  that and the passenger traflic and the  second, train will ,be solely freight  service. , Tmflic has increased so  much that the train' hitherto running  has been bringing out a thousand  tons a day of fruit and produce and  has frequently been several hours late  owing to the time required to shunt  cars and take on freight.  ' P. Henderson will be conductor of  tho new train. ������  Another important decision at  which the 0. P. Ji. has arrived is to  run a daily ti.iin this winter in place  of the tri-weekly service hitherto given  during the winter months.  Bevttke ���������'Jestaurarif  Mrs. It. J. Jlanbury, Managress.  First-Class Table.  Private Dining Boxes-  J b,irK0 Diningrooin for  '���������    Banquets, S(i|>pera, otc.  Furnished Rooms To Let.'  FIRST" STREET, "BEYB- stoke  NEW BARBER SHOP  Oome now and be first.  ed Cross  Drug Company Limited  CHURCHES.  St. Pimm's���������The annual harvos-t  Thanks-giving services will be held in  St. Peter's church on Sunday. Sept.  17th, Proper psalms, lc?sons. music.  Open oll'ertory by Canon of Diocese  on behalf of Clergy Relief Fund  Knvelopes may be marked fur any  piirpu-u. Service.-* at 8. Holy Communion at 11 a in. Mattius ami  Holy Coiumiiiiii-n T.'iO. p. in.  .Mi.tiioimsi���������The thud ^crinon in the  -erica upon three ('real, Puol" of the  Ui'tilf. will be dcliiercd by the Kcv (I.  If. M. Sutherland, ncct Hnndny even  :::���������_', the -object will lie ''The Mocking  I-'uol."  The 1'asloi* will speak especially to  the little folk at, the morning Hcrviccs,  subject, "A Mnnly Hoy."  Kn'OX Ciit'iiC'il���������At the mirr-binc; of  I'rcsbytnry at Kclowna n call from  Knox Olmrch, Kevlrttoke, w.im presented to   Hev.   .1.    I!.    IJ.'-Jif'rt.M.iri, of  ARROWHEAD  , Krom our own corrc-poii'lenl.  W. W. Foster, assistant superintendent, visited Arrowhead and Comaplix  on Thursday.  Mrs. Stevenson and daughter, of  Grectislide. are visiting friends in  Arrowhead.  Mr. Win, Kirby ha������ the plans and  specifications of a dwelling house  under consideration.  Dr. J. Jf. Hamilton has been appointed coroner for Arrowhead and  district.  T. Ludgate left for Xelson on Thursday to attend a joint meetins between  the Mountain Lumber Manufacturer's  Association and the Tariff Cora-  mis?ion.  J. 0. Morgan will'open his'  new J3ai*ber Shop,  ; FIRST STREET  O'h Monday, May 1st. Old Customers  and new can depend on recervirig the  aqst attention.      , * ! ���������  Richard R. Copeland  JOBBING CARPENTER''  i        AND CABINETMAKER    i  Miintle.s Shelring, Storm Door's,  'Jobbing Promptly Attended To  Third Street East,  <ll2to  Revelstoke  Cirund Forks, who  will accept it.  it,   ii    -iiidi'r-*tri'id,  NAKUSP.  Kioin Our Own  ('orri",pon(l('iiU  .Mr. arifl Mrs. .1. Hector and .daughter Ruth, who have been spending the  last few weeks nb Portland nnd the  coast citi.s, have arrived home  again.  Mr.-. 0. IJ. Kirk ha.s left on a v:������it  to her home in the east,.  Rev. ll. K. Allan i.j attending the  meeting of the I'ref-bytery at (frecti-  wood.  J. M. Cameron, conductor on the  passenger train i.-t enjoying a t-hoit  vacation on In-' ranch near N.ikii.-n  Mr- ,f St--I>.i, .ic'viinpnnifrl by Mr.  Stoba'.i mother, i.-, .-pending a few  days in X.ikii������ji.  Mr. and Mi1-. (Ilondeiining arrived  home again after a four weeks visit, to  Portland.  The Dramatic Club expect to gi'.e  their Minstrel Show on Sept. 22nd.  Mrs, F. W. Jordan iirnv-'d hack  from her shooting trip to Kdgeiwir.d  During the few days ihe hiis there  Mi.sH Williams anrl Mrs. Jordan lugged  10 gn>u������e.  Wm. Fleming>,  ,       Wholesale and Kclail  Meat Merchant,.  Fish   and   Game   in     Season  First St., Revelstoke.  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer ln^ ^rggggs**-  BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All ortlen, prompt!? filled.  REVELSTOKE, B. Gi, anTicu^sij'ru  THE cTn EXPRESS  E. W. B..Paget, Prop.  Promfit delivery of parcels, bag������u^e  MM., to any part of the City.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  TKLEI-'rIONE NO. 7.  'By Gracious Permission of His,Majesty, the'.King,  ������������������������������������,;������������������:''.���������'������������������ 7   tt3lmi  s-  WILL GIVE ONE CONCERT  IN RINK, REVELSTOKE  onday, Oct 2nd, 8 p. iii.  ADMISSION $1.00 ; Ohildren 50c. Tickets and plan at Canada Drug Oo.  Tickets at Bews Drug Store, Red Cross Drug Store, Brown's and.Smythe's  Cigar Stores., -    ��������� ���������      -   <h     ' '    ���������*   ���������',;. - ,    ' - -   ' / '���������  REIDTTOgBnD   RATES ,.OIT  RAILROAD,;'  *   MONEY ORDERS���������Letters enclosing cash or money orders to. Mayor.  Brown will,be filed in order of receipt and seats selected.      ,'",       ��������� "i'  ; ������������������'.  Sunday Dinners.  A s-pi'L-inlty' will lie  nin'ili-, nf ��������� Sunday  dinn-'i.s iil'tliu Unidii llolcl.   I'rici" 50c.  iMIJS. AJi'K'lTTKIUIC.  Alph  orisus De Fed  PROFESSOR  OF PIANO  d      -        '  ',    Lessons 50c, Each.  I Given at Mr. Dominic Giillicono,  ncur Station.        " ''  Music supplied at "Ut Homes", and  , '' Dances. ���������  .-NELSON"' FAIR  -'" i 19Q5   -,  3^���������t-D A.^-S-r��������� q  Commencing Sept. 20 'O  Larger, and' Better Than- Evar  Everything new and up to date.'    .  ';all kinds OK.orrcjr air ,'������������������  ATTRACTIONS  Eacli Day Something Interesting  -  You will meet old friends there.  'Single fni'C'on nil lines ot.travel.' ������������������'.  Write for Prize List.   "  ''    ���������     ,,'     '.I. B." ANN ABLE, Sec. ���������  ONE DAY ONLY,  Just insist  THAT >ur MiIk Is.Pure  THAT'Yo^ Mi'kIs Clean  THAT Your*'Mi,k Is Free  'ID-til'-, of. Preservatives -  and You Will Order It From  Monday, Sept: 18  C������f^J:M'Ci^^^*^'IJ^L VISIT ^COMING  MtttUSBEAttFULMto^  TO  DAZZLE, AMERICA'S- MILLIONS "WITH.THE SPLENDOR OF THE ORIENT.  NEW $100,000  AWE-INSPIRING,  GORGEOUS  YSTERIOUS INDIA  500 PERFORMERS MD���������, PEOPLE  r "'    REPRESENTING ALL NATIONS" C      -,-���������������������������  285   HORSES .AND   PONIES  ���������,    " The Finest in the World     ��������� ���������  24-FUr^S-NY CLOWWS^24'"  50 MUSICIANS���������3 BANDS  Herd of Elephant's and Cavalcade of Camels  Costumed In gleaming, bejowoled howdahs nnd oloih  ____jj of gold. * :��������� ���������       ���������.**.' '.'.V-'f^  14 BEN HUB ARABIAN STALLJOWS  BIG'NEW ZOO OF RARE AND .'.CURIOUS ANIMALS  LLAMAS & SACRED  CATTLE  Brilliant Carts of Gold  and   Plush,  with  'Bullocks Covered with Silver Scales  EXQUISITE-GRAND BALLET-'DIVERTISEMENT-;  Enchantino, Accomplished, Boautllul, Lltho and Grace-    !  fill Rovollng Dancing Girls.       '  ���������  New features, innovations', Revolutions and Real Novelties   .' Dooorated with Favors and Full of Triumphs of Every Kind.    '"   THE PARADE TELLS THE STORY-EVERrMORNING AT 10 A.M. ;  Free Japanese Daylight Fireworks, Free Horse Show  FOOTBALL  A niiitc)i will lit* -ilriycij |������l (Joldcn  liutweon ienim." n'|ii*(,u(Tititi^ (inlilcn  :iri(l KcvolHUikc. The fullmvini; \- flic  liiciil Ifirin * Ki-.-firi1-, (liiinminj."-, K'ci'-  fr,of,, McKiir*. I'Vc-ncy, VV. SidyUic, ���������.,].  McKiiiiKin, iJonipldfron, l.ant;, A linn  LinvninRC, (li'uHory, Alurriot.t,. Thu  tciirn Iciiv'us for (rolflrrn \iy iiiiilni<rht  truiii Snndiiy. I5ig rnriiiey (irizcs iirr;  offered at'the snorts.' ?   ".     "  WANTED  A iniMi U> open nnd niiitiii^c ;m  ,igi;ncy for us nt or ncur KeveKtokc.  Kxpeiieiirc; in tlii^ line is not nt'eet-  -.iiry, pi-('fi!icii('(i heiiiK ^iven Lo nne  ���������vlio ii willi il-; lo work nnd cum for  liirnMcIf ii. (rood ineonie.  Wrr woi.Id like to hem* from some  ivlio Ini'vo dour) ftgenoy work,  OANAIM/TAIUHUN'G CO.  Mrulu-To-MonHiire Clothing,  l7Usei*80 .     T0J10NT0  Mecahnics. Farmers. Sportsmen  To heal <ind soften the rkin and ir:-  inove grea<-e, oil ,irrd rust -'tsiirn, p.iint  nnd firrrh, etc , use the **.\f.-i -t'.-r Me-  rli.in ic'h T,ir Hon p. Alli'-rt Toih t Soup  Co., riiiiniif.tctuier'f.  s  W A jV T b) I)  ( fTOATIO.V unnlcd iim ^ciifdil   nci-  wuil, in fii'ivnlc 1,'imily.    Apply-it  Koolciiny M.iil ollice.  WANTI*; I)    Kil.Miil inn with   privnlc  r.Linilv us general Mi-rviuil..   Apply ni I<i)ii*i*kna v Mail olTlcc. IIII  WANTKOT-TO    [,KT,    UKffiliVO'  C'(;NTIf.A(iTS    on   llic   Arrow  liiikn.s,    l.'*or' prii'tieiilii.rH npply t'i, the  undersigned :���������  Tlll<; YALI-J-OOLUMKIA  LUMBK'lt  CO., NAKUSI'.  Clocks ! Clocks!  8-l),iy,  Half Horn*   Strike,   fur  $1 00 only.     Mmilcil   Ntimlrur.  J. Guy Barber  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought,  Cash Prices Paid  F.    B.    WELLS,  ExDorter of Furs.  'in*:  ALBERTA EMPLOYMENT AGENCY  l.i( cosed.  CALGARY,  (i ������������������'(>.  AU'I.KAN,  Iti'Ki.slen'ri.  ALTA.  ���������   .MiiimLrei'.  II  O'l'Kli.   KIOSTAUIIANT .fe  DOM-  KSTK.MIKIJ'i RANCH-HANDS,  TKAMHTKItS fi CA BOftKCS 1'iii'niHli-  e������l on slim I, notice.       , -  OITIce: Room;r>, Burns Block. ,  P. 0. BoxSlCJ, Calgary. Alta.  VKic-'W  flTAWRENCE HARDWARE CO  LTD  I JIUVBLSTOICK. B. (jm  ARE PREPARED FOR THE SHOOTING AND FISHING SEASON  A new '���������lock of Hides, Shot (inns nnd Ammunition arrived.    Wu hire out  rcli.ihle Shot Omit, ill ."ill |iei'd,iy���������sur" killeiy.  :bla_:r,:d "W"^a_:r,:e  ALC KINDS HI'JAVVAND SHICI,K IIAItDWARI-:, CRANITEVVAHE  How did you like llie "Stritnsky" SLeelware Saucepan?  Wc have n complete .stock of "Stran.sky" Steehvare.  PLUMBING AND TINSMITHINC" "-*fctarMS.*aS,������",'*?k  )l  '  1     ���������  if.  i n  p'-.j  ,7.'"/,  m  BEST GOODS  Mail Orders promptly und carefully attended to.  LOWEST PRICES.  1   '   -        ��������� . I. !_'-���������������  ���������iiir  l.jTWWfii!, ��������� ���������.

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