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Array READ BY  5,500  Provincial Library  n . JJ  >' ... *^>   .yy  ... US'~'-^ As  ������*  \\ ���������  NOV I_,1804     cz i  ���������&roR!AJt������^  yi"^  << l  '"'READ BY  5,500  Vol., 11.���������No.  31   '  REVELSTOKE: B C, OCTOBER 29, 1904  $2.00 Per Year.  !i  JUST  t,  A Fine .assortment of  Dress   Goods,   Ties,  * *v  /    f S  Blouses, Fall and Win-'  /ter Coats,'< also, avnew  and complete stock of  Men's Boots and Shoes,  Hats,  Capsv. &c.      Call  ��������� : 1 _ r       . _   . ., i  ''['   and inspect.  ' C    *    ,    - "��������� ��������� ', ,    * ' i.  TAYLOR BLOCK, McKENZIE AVE.",' REVELSTOKE.  _ Mail ,  Order  '-'Dept.-  DEPARTMENT   STORE  Write  LIMITED.'  -,Fpr  Samples",  Ladies and Children's  Underwear.  New stock of everything in ladies and children's  Underwear in all Wool.Union and Fleece Lined-  fine warm goods for winter. It will be worth your  time to look at this line before,buying.  'BlacK. Tights in all -fi&es.  New Silk Waists.  We have a beautiful new stock  of  Silk  Waists���������  some  very  elaborately  trimmed���������in white, black'  ancl colors.  ZShis   is   an   exceptionally fine   line  _for evening Wear.  New Furs.  Just opened a nice lino of Collars, Stoles, Collar-  etts, Ruffs, etc.  New Dress Materials.  If you have an idea of having a costume made tliis  season, we.would advise seeing our Dressmakers  now as there is no'doubt they will he busy later  and may not be able to fill your order.  THE LIBERAL TWINS--GALLIHER AND ROSS.  W. A. Galliher, the Liberal candidate for , Kootenay, 1ms ������������������ pioved  anJ idefatigiible worker.' A leading  Conservative remarked the other day:  '��������� I supported the Conservative party  in the provincial elections but will  cast my vote in the dominion contest  for W. A.' Galliher. ��������� I hud difliculties  with my lai d and could not get them  cleared up. I.wrotljto Galliher ,and  he had it fixed up for me in short'  notice. . J represented my position to  Sir Wilfred Laurier, and he wrote me  a   most   satisfactory loiter   ut tended  the electors need have no fear that he  give a'similar account of himself in  other matters which may demand his  attention. ' ��������� \ '    ��������� '  Vale-Cariboo is being rapidly settled  up. It has not had its fair share''of  attention at the hands of the dominion  government.' 'With, a representative  all to itself' it vvill fare much better.  .There is much'work to be done hy its  future member, and Mr. Rossis tlic  mini to do it. Tho country' requires  opening up by railways and the doni  in ion ' can give assistance' in Btlmt  u  have 11 walk-over in' British Columbia  The Conservatives out west are divided  on the railway question, many, of  them being strongly in favor of the  Liberal policy. -'This is , especially  apparent in Yale-Cariboo.- The people in tbe northern part of Cariboo  are eagerly awaiting the commencement of operations, and are almost a  unit for the Government, fearing that  a Conservative victory would rob them  of the railway or result in a postponement of constinotion for many years'.  '   "I am heartily  supporting my   ..Id  BOURNE BROS  ' ���������'������' '    '        '   DEALERS IN ',      '   ^ ,   ,'���������  Choice Groceries;. Flour,; Feed and Vegetables  of nil kinds. i ,    *  Crockery, Glassware, Lamps,-Full'Stoek of A1--  ;' -uminum, Copper,,,Enamel and Tinware   '<  EVERYTHING IN THE STOVE LINE  Pipes,'.Elbow's, Stove Boards! Grates'1' ,,.  ,     '! '',     , ' ' ' '.  Agents for McClary's Famous;Stoves.- 7   ,  Prompt' Service/for City "and Shipping" Orders ���������  V'r  REVELSTOKE,',B.;7Ov,// ,���������  i, ** >  ���������... .-<������'  with good results. ��������� These are the^men  we settlers can appreciate and should  stand by."   }    . ,     **  - Mr. Galliher-has done his .level best  in the interests of-* the lumbermen, he  hadfcriver_sand_-;.loke .improvements  carried out" .is far as eircumstance?  would admit, bis work has been the  salvation of the, silver lead -industry,  'and as he said himself the other day  he has been instrumental'ini putting  16,000,000 in the pockets of the miners  and mine operators of Kootenay. He  has fought for the rights and'interests  of the workers.' The splendid fight he  put up to secure for the men who  worked on the Lardeau railway.the  wages they had earned and were  entitled to, and which they were in  danger of losing, should be remembered by every working man in Kootenay.  Pie fought the biggest corporation in  Canada on the question and beat  them. He|vvas instrumental in getting  the subsidies which are enabling East  Kootenay to be opened by a railway  from Golden to Fort Steele, for the  Midvvay-Vernon railway to open up  Okanagan Valley, for the railway into  Similkameen. ' Mr. Galliher has* well  earned thanks of the people of Kootenay and a renewal of their confidence  in him as their representative, y  Duncan Ross, the Liberal Candidate  for Yale-Cariboo, .has for a long time  taken an active part in the counsels of  the Liberal party. He was organiser  for last election, and filled a difficult  position with credit to himself and the  party. He lias' alieady rendered  excellent service by his settlement of  Hedley smelter site difficulty, which  he handled in a masterly manner, and  diretion. The extensions of lhe' tele  phone system already authorised are  much appreciated, but in as territory  so poorly provided with transportation  it is necessary ^that the best (of tele-  .phonic l^and_.mailJ._facXlities_.should,  prevail. -    '" .v.       .~r.'       _  -,  A daily mail into the "���������Okanagan  winter and summer is one of the first  lequirements aiid , the' new member  for the district will have this to attend  to immediately he is elected. With  the rapid settling- up' of the land*  along tlie lake front and back into the  valleys a daily mail service , will snmi  have to be provided right through to  Penticton'.  The lowering of.the Okanagan lake  is another matter that will demand  urgent attention. Mr. Ross is full of  energy and fight, and if returned, as  we have no doubt he will be,* wc are  sure he will take these matters up  vigorously ai'd have them cleared up.  Another matter that more particu-1  larly affects his constituents, and vvill  require his attention, is the home-  steading of lands in tbe railway hell,  whichare free from milling timber,'  and yet are tied up by timber le.isos  This must be fairly and equitably adjusted/and that immediately, if the  progress of settlement- is . not to be  hindered. '  HIGH " COJMI'UMEXTS   TO   THE    LIBERAL  CAXLtJ DATES.  Referring 'to these two Liberal  candidates, J. W." Stewart, the well-  known railway contractor who has  been operating in British Columbia-  for the past twenty years makes the  following remarks :  "I feel confident  that  Liberals will  friend   W.   A.   Galliher,   the Libera  candidate in'Koorenay:    Mr. G.illihef  has clone splendid service   at' Ottawa  ai)dcthpre   is/   no''question   of his re  election by  >,  .- '   .  .  .. '   ',    I      , ��������� ' I,       ,    v ->  -A-^Jr.vjouiT-v^ or-ovna ojtcjciioiisajcUj-  lle is" popular with' all .clashes. * 'To  him'is largely due the , credit ^ of impressing - upon -the Government the  wisdom ' of granting a- bonus to the  silver-lead, industry. Tbe.trnnsfor-  macion effected by that legislation has  had a magical .effect in stimulating  the output and giving employmcnt.to  hundreds of "-miners..-. Tbe Canadian  silver-lead industry is now on a firm  basis, having ���������been freed" from the  domination of the Ameiican lead  trust, which until the passage of Hie  lend bounty, tyrannically regulated  the output of the Cahadian niine  owners. In the west Mr. Galliher of  course gets his share of credit for the  changed condition. T have known  him for years and anticipate for him  higher honors in the political world.  ' kossto thi; b'RONT.    '��������� -        '  :"Talso regard the election of another friend, Mr. Duncan Ross, of  Greenwood,, B. C, the Liberal candidate for Yale-Cariboo, as a foregone  conclusion. Mr. Ross is^the editor of  tbe Boundary Creek Times and very  popular with all classes. He,received  enthusiastic receptions ' everywhere  during his recent tour of the riding,  which, by the way, embraces more  urea than England and Scotland com-  .bined. His journalistic experience,  popularity and wide knowledge will  soon bring him . to the front at  Ottawa."   ,  .Wholesale a.rid Retail---"      -Vv  Meat Merchants;';.  Head:lOffice,<Abattoir and-,Cold Storage :vii.-,,r,-?;,}^..^'  ' - v. '       ,   ���������        :   -.' -^.Oalff'ary, Alberta '  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA.  Ciipital Autl.orino.1, *4,0001(X������.   Cm.il.tl Paid Up, S3 000000.   Rest, 8,650,000.  Head Office, Tokonto, Ontario.  Hrunclios iii llio N..rlliwos.t Torrltiirios, Miinitolm, Oiitnrio nii-l Qi'ohoc*  Anil   tlio follnwiiiB points  in   BrilMi   t'oluinliiii:    Orniilirmik. Goluoii,  Nolsiin, KovolHtoko, Trout IJ,ul,-.3, Vmiciiuvor .mil \ict.irin.  W   T  It  Mi-iiuiTT rru-iilont. D. K. Wu.Kii:, Vlco-1'rosidoi.t nnil ppiiorul MnniiRor.  -y   i.ii. mi. E H'AYj AssisLiiiil.Goiioriil MiiiuiKor.     W. Moffat, Cluof In-ipoctor.  Revelstoke Branch, B. C���������A General Ranking business Transacted  SaviiiKB Doimrlmoiit-Uoimslls Ilocoivoil and lntorost Allowed.  WraflH sold uviiiliiblo in nil purls of .Caniidii, Unilod Slnlos nnd Knropo.  Bpoolnl ntUnUoi, ������ivUn to clloctions. '. 'V. B. Piiippb. Mi.iniKor.  THE WAR.  Great  Britain  Involved���������Rus  sian Outrage in North Sea-  British Government Demand  Satisfaction���������Channel Fleet  Ordered to Sea.  When the Ru������sian Baltic  fleet was  passing the British   Coast  on 'its way  to the cast it fired on  a   fishing  licet  bombarding it for half an hour, killing  and  injuring   .-everal   fishermen and  ���������sinking   two   ,-te.imers.      When   the  news si>read abroad there was  intense  indignation   in    England   and  satisfaction   from   Russia   was   promptly  demanded.    The Russian government  replied expressing regret and   olYcring  to provide liberally for the families of  the killed   ancl   injured   men.     The  British   government   demanded     the  officers guilty of  the outrage  should  be brought back and punished   but as  this  involves  Admiral Rojcstnensky,  one   of   the   most   influential    men,  Russia   has   refused   to  promise this  and pleads excuse to await his  report.  Britain demanded satisfaction within twelve bonis.      The   channel  fleet  has   been   ordered   in   readiness    to  follow   the   Russian   licet,   and    the  Ksiiuimalt squadron has been informed  hiitisfaction hai  been  demanded from  Russia.  The whole Gibraltar fleet has been  placed in commission.  There is* intense indignation in  England, and the British and continental press characterise the outrage  as most cold blooded. The,Russian  fleet refused   any ^assistance   to  the  sinking ships. The officers of the I  Russian fleet are believed to have been  panic stricken or drunk.  Latest reports say the Russian ad-  miia.1 reports he was attacked by .lap  torpedo boats in North sea and fired  on them, a statement which is absurd.  The same fleet is reported to have  fired on Danish and Sweedish ships  when passing them and another ic-  poet says another British steamer has  been found in a sinking condition.as  the result of being fired on.  Such was the indignation in London  that a ship about to sail with supplies  for the Russian licet was sunk at the  docks.  There is no news of importance  from the seat of war. Russian scouts  are active and the Japanese arc entrenching in view of an attack by the  Russians.  Vice-Admiral Berscsford, of the  Gibraltar fleet, had instructions to  prevent the Russian licet passing  Gibraltar till Russia mad*-* amends.  Russia luu agreed to hold the Baltic  fleet at tbe Spanish port of Vigo for a  thorough investigation.  v '      ,. ���������  Weather  Now .tliat the season is approaching 'when   you tmust  "  . wear, heavy clothing, don'.t  forget, that we are iu it for-  i>-Heavy Wool Go'cds/' We want''your trade^and ���������must'*-  huve it.    Our stock'of Men's Wear cannot be beatV  te/e ha-Ve ihe largeel stocK. of StanfielcTs  \7nderbuear fo be found in this Ci'ty.  *J~bveaters,      ������ ^te^ eaters  Come and see what we can , do  for .you   in���������(Sweaters.  We have just opened, up a new line of  tlie above and  ,  we are always willing to show'goods.  Oar StocK. ojF "Boy's Clothing is Complete  in all Lines. . ,   ,  ?A  Monteith  '-U  FIT-REFORM  WARDROBE,  V^V -.o.������   id  9  FASHIONABLE    TAILOR.  THE C. P. R.  Progress of the Work at Clan-  William.  A. L. Mcirugh has completed his  section of sub-contract for the deviation of the.C. 1'. R. line at Clanwil-  liiun, and trains arc now running over  part, .if it, the steepest pint of the  grade being thereby cut oil'.  Mr. Brown, tbeother sub-coiiinictoi,  expects to complete bis part of the  contract in a month, and by Di'ci'iii  hr-r the whole of the deviation will be  in use, saving the company great expense in dealing with snow slide* and  ii Hording ii much safer and better  ! uradcd piece of track.  GENERAL NEWS.  The new buildings in Calenry this  year will amount to $1,000,000.  D. Ca moron has purchased fiom the  Lakcview Hotel ConipAtiy the Lake-  view Hotel at Arrowhead.  Tbe management, of the Y. M. C. A.  at Victoria, have made arrangements  with Mr. Norton Print/, to conduct a  20th century shorthand, class in connection with the winter course of  studies mapped out for members.  BU  GOOD   WORKMANSHIP  . PERFECT   FIT  UNION   MADE  McKENZIE AVENUE R. ���������0^on * co  Carpets & linoleums  At R HOWSON & Co'S  FURNITURE STORE  This is a busy drug stoic fiom  the time it opens in the morning until it closes at night.  There is always "something  doing" here.  Wo never find time to stand  urouiiil mid suck our thumbs.  The very lact that we aie so  busy is a good leason why we  .should bo busy for YOU,  Walter Bews, Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  Nnxt Hinno'b Muck.  I'-UNKKAL niRICCTORS  AND KMHALMHRS.  PICTURE  FRAMING  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorixiratcd l>5* Act of Parliament, lS-Vi.  HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.  W.M. MOI.HH.N Maci-mekshn.  Pr.'S. i5. II. EwiNG, Vicc-Pri's.  Ja.mkh ICi.liott, Gpiiit.iI Manager.  CAPITAL PAID UP  RESERVE -  $3,000,000  $3,000,000  Kvi'i-ythiiig in ivhv of thinking bu>.iiie-������s transacted without un-  iii*iTi>.s.*.i*y di'l.iy.  InliTeulci edited twite ,i yeuriit current i-ites on Savings Bank  deposits.    Rkvkmtokji:. B. C.  W.  II.  PRATT,  Manager, Tni). KOOTENAY MAIL.  ;ftbe.1Kobtcna\>flfeaU;  '    rUHUSIir.II   SATURDAY. .  '   .    , ���������       ' '-i-.iT- ;  REVELSTOKE. B.C.,  Subscription     ������������������        S2.00 '.Por    Annum  *.nVEI{TI.--ING ��������� HA THIS     on     n|i|iUcutluii  '     Chnmfu.- "I ���������.luiiiilnB iwlvcrti-oiiii'iilr. nm-'  bolntvflo. in. Wtniic-anyofom-li wcukio  -ocnre'cood .ll-lilay.   Sunn! Inn iidvui'ti-nik'  " manor will IiooIiiuikmI livici*iiiiioiilli Willi-  ,"     out   c\im    chniKc      Km*   inoro   freiiiiiinl  ftltvra'.loiw the time occupied. In miikluK.  ,  ..-nun; will be rlmrcc-il nt n-niil_riitc-..  rOH'l'IHNTIXO promptly cxcciilul at i*eu*.on-  utile rate-.      ��������� '   , '',  TRRMS-Cn-li.   Snli^cnptioiis piiynlilo In ail  vancv. i   ��������� , ���������  (IilUI.Kdl'ONlJKN'CK Invited   on inattor-i of  ' iiiiWIi: inicre-l.   Coiiimunieiitioiin lo  lull;  lor   init-t   be  nccoiiiiuiiili-d   by jniuiiii   o  -    -vnler. not nccc���������urlly for publication, lull  .i- u". IrtCncc ot ttooil faith.   Oorriisponiioiicc  -hOlll.l be brief.'      . ,   >,        ,  V  \i.   MO KIM SON.  ,    ,  ll'KNT.IST  Oi'iii'i::       ���������     ,     (  HKWft    Dlt'l'll    STOIIK.  OVKIt  AliVkV.  KARVKV, McOAKTICK  ',      -'       AND I'lNKIIAiM,  HAHHISTKIts! SjOI.U'lTl'itK, ICTC.  (H*kick.V;   .Moi.-o.sk   Hani;   Hlocic.   IUK'ici.*  ,.������K)icK, li. (J: ������    ,  .Mont'} loloiin.       ,        .  Oltlee-: Itei'L'IfUiko, M. (.,  Oko. S. MCl'AHTKII,  A.   Jl.    I'l.NKIIAM,  lieielntoke. II, C.  ���������������������������o'i-i SH'L'IO, II. 0.  t '  .1. A.'llAllVKY,  ���������������������������oiLHIcnlo. H. (J.  J  01 IN   .MANNING   SCOTT'* ,11. A.  L. L. 1*5.  Haiiiustkk,  '       .  ',    ' ���������      I  First Street.    . ���������  .Siu.ioiToit, Etc.  ' ReVelsloke, M.C.  E  ,-tDWARD A. IIAGGKN,.  MlNlNCi  Enginisuh,    ' .  -  (Mem. American' Institute MinliiR Kiinim-or*-),  '*- r .. (Mci'n. Canudltui Mining Iiihlilutc) '" i  ii-      '-,    '     RKVEI.STOKK,  B. O.." /   " ' ,- <*  'Examination  of'-and reports on. Mlnoml Tro-  the workors'for what it has (lone  and with their 'support it will  accomplish' much more.  Hordeii's, government- owned  Grand Trnnk , l'ucilic rail.wny  sl'iiuils a poor oliunee of being buill  if wo arc; lo follow lbe speeches of  his supporters. ' Kor instilncu IL  McMaster, one of the-strong men  of the,Tory party, said at, 1M011-'  (real that some of the country  which it!' is proposed tlic, railway  should servo would not, be ready  for,half a co'iUui-y. ' liy Unit time  most of llio present oloplors.of Canada would n,ot, cure wliHlior or not,  tlio rond wore built."  ,  The Liboi-.il-piii-l'pstiinds for tbe  rip-hls of labor. See Ili0'r union  label on (ho Kootkn.w iMaii',; Koss-  land iMinor, Nelson News and  oilier papers wl'iieb .support, the  Libel-til party, and thus -miotico  what they preach. ' Tlio business  firms Unit, ndverlise in nnd support  newspnpoi-s curry ins "io union  label show lliey uro'llic friends of  labor niid_sliouJd be supported by  tlio workers.""'''The business linns  whose .'idvei-lisiiif,r does not appear  in I hose papers show they have no  sympathy with labor unions iind  should not  receive their support.  its'credil in lb" his-mry of tbe pro  vincinl legi.-liiiuro'lbiin nU the n-si,  of the province put together,.  Ci runny should study logic. An  other /complaint of her imbecile  ladyship is that the Liberals have  ino'ri'iiM'il tbe public'-expenditure.  - .  ' .i  Wo (ilwuys lliougiit what the  people ' wanted was 'as' large cx-  pendiluru as possible without running into debt,,' und tho hiiuner  government 'has given Canada  that. It������>'is only recently 'the  Colonist wanted millions of ncre-*."  of land nifd money given lo tbe  Canadian N6rthorn to run to the  ���������l-iicilio Const iind down Vancouver  Island '.".t(\ y.icLorin, .whorcns now  Uie railway is being built to'* the  const without un acre of land being  grunted or u dollur of* contribution  ?o the diipitnl u'eeount. The differ-  once is the extruyn'gnnt.polic.y was  proposed by u Conservative, which  iiiiule it 'virtuous , in llio,'eyiisof  ������i*iinny, wliereus tlie'more ocmionii-  ou 1' policy, is proposed by u lii born I  which nia'kes it very wicked. Queer  lotirniilisin  pei-lie������ ;i Sn<*ol������ny."  -Ubc Ifcooten'as Mail  Our Conservative friends nro  crying out for better tonus for the  province., Everybody agrees'the  whole of tho provinces,s-liould have  bettor", terms, and ' Sir .Wilfred,  l.uurier has promised .tlufiiiiiCRtioi)  ���������-ball be fully "opened nnd adjusted.  Hut who Hindu the terms'now complained about?' The Conservntives  themselves." The manner in which  our Tory friends have v been condemning their own railway and  confederation policies js 'the bos I  proof of their incupneity for government.      1     i .  Liberal Candidates  - Tiie followi'iis,'candidates for election  to the IJoiisc of Commons aie in the  Held with the approval iind-endorsa-  tion of the Liberal 'party and'the Liberal go"ernmeiit and wc ask lor them  tho.biipport at the"polls of all electors  who are in favor of patriotic, just and  progressive government:  , '  Nanaimo-RALPH SMITH' '  Comox.Atlin-W. SLOAN   .'"  Vancouver City-R. G.MACPHERSON  Yale.Caribod-DUNCAN ROSS:  Kootenay- W. A. GALLIHER   v  <i"  ,       , The  railway   policy  of Mr. Bor-  .    '    , de'n.'tbe ..Conservative   leader, Iils  ,. undergone as manv turning  movements as'KuropaUdn:  No elector should be bound to  political party because his forefathers belonged to it, but should  support.that party which, in his  opinion, is likely to do the best for  the countrv.  The Conservative poll tax on  Chinese was ifoO. -The Liberal poll  tax is -f-500. That is the ratio in  'which the Liberals do things as  compared with the Tories���������ten  times better all round.  ' i\liinitoh.*i is nn' example of-'tbe  innnner in which the Tories, would  en 1*1*3' onl'theirstate rnilwuy policy.  The Koblin governnient went into  power on stato.ownorship nnd the  (irst0Uii'ng they did was lo acquire,  the Northern I'noi fie system und  turn -it' over to > the Can ad inn'  Northern for 9'Ji) years. If returned to power Borden would1 probably wunt to extend 'the lense.of  the'Cirand Trunk Puoilic to- the  G'rantl Trunk or C- F. II. Tor u  ���������similar term, ns he''would probably  consider the oO year-lease given by,  Uie Laurier government ultogether  too short to crenitvu'monopoly.  1 w '   ��������� ��������� '  , Messrs. Forget, of Montreal, and  Osier, of Toronto, who arc prominent Conservatives candidates,  are active in the management of  the C. P. 11. Is it likely such men  will support-government ownersbip  oi railways as enunciated I33- Mr.  Borden ?  Borden'.-- government ownership  of railways policy is a little late in  the day. By the Liberal policy  Canada will own half the Grand  Trunk Pacific and absolutely control the whole line from coast to  coast. Perbaps Borden Hill now  call it ''My policy that the Liberals  stole."  Mr.  loliev  Borden'? adequate protection  would he more definite if lie  told tir just how much he  propose?  to rai.-e the cu.-toin-   dutie?.      Tlic  Liberal      "adequate       protection"'  policy i.������- on the .--tutute   hook   , in  plain figures.      Mr.   Borden wants  a change in the men who levy   the  tariff   rather   than   in the tariff ilself.  'PlilCIO   WANT.1*-; ��������� WAGING (' UP.  -If Price UIlison-M. IV P.; would  attend to the interests of his constituents instead of giving pugilis-  tio'exhibitioiis such' us that with  which be tried to entertain Vernon  last week the people of tho valley  would be better pleased. .For'instance he1 might make an effort to  catch up some of those electioneering promises made.last fall. There  is the oxtention of Lhe Mabel lake  road, the Creighlon valley road,  the extension of the roads on the  east and west shores of the lake to  connect ICelowna with Penticton,  and Bear creek w-ith the Vernon  road, the establishment of a ferry  between Kclowna and the west  shore of the lake, a work now much  required, a bridge over thoShuswap  to connect with the .Cherry creek  road, improvement ofthc roads ancl  trails at Lumby, the improvement  of the ' Trout creek , road? the  opening of a road to connect Summerland with Peach land. and  many other works necessary to the  opening up and settlement of the  Okanagan-Vallev. -  A LOPS1D10I) C1IAIIGI0.(  , Borden is so short of campaign'  nm tor in 1 he has to lui'nt up the dim  pages of the past 'iind 'make 11  parrot-like imitation of the cliurgi',-  the Liher'uls, 'hurled against the  Tories in tbe- days of lbe .- Puoilic  scandal. When ho sl-outs "Heller  far a government owned railway  than a railway owned government,"  ho uses even the pliruse Unit Ed*  ward'Blake coined iii his merciless  denunciation.      The  Irotible is the  phrase is< n'1- inislit when'Borden  attempts lo apply it to the Liberals  aslhere is not much railway .owner  ship'nhout a government that took  from the ("'. P. It.' the absolute control of rates gran Led it by the  Tories, that legislated for a railway  commission to prevent rnilwuy  corporations abusing the monopolies the,Tories had given- them,  that stopped Chinese .immigration  in the teeth of,the opposition of tlie  strongest railroad in tores-ts on the  0011 tinonl, that brougliL tho government railway into ' Montreal "* in  oppositioti'to the corporal ion lines,  that stopped land -giants* to rail-���������  ways, th'at made a railway .corporation pay the wages of'the men and  the bills of , the nioroliaiits' who  supplied materiiil for a road on  which ,'they disputed liability  owing' to- ,tho . failure of ,the contractors, 'that tried lo slop alien  labor,* that ���������established ub.-olute  governnient* control over <.freight  and 'passenger rates and'general  railway administration'.- Jt ,-Lhul  is the \\ork Mr. Bonlcn'-J '���������r-iilwu.-,-  owned 'governnient" Jdoes,������.cmore  power to il, and-may it continue  in ollice as long as it continues tu  so thoroughly,subject tho railway  corporations to the public interests.  The Mail ancl Empire points out  that Canada has L'iven .?*2,S0.0O0,-  000 in money and 00,000,000 acres  of land as free subsidie- to railways. Who gave these subi-idc- ?  The Conservative party', which now  asks u? to believe it if sincere in  turning right aboitt face and going  in for a policy of government  ownersbi]..  The intere?t=- oi labor   have   had  much    more  attention     from    thu  Laurier   government     than    from  any previous administration.    The  Liberals    aboli.-hed   sweating,   es-  tabli=hed     a     labor    department,  arranged settlement of disputes between    employers   and      workers,  provided fair wages on governnient  contract.-,     .stopped    Chine.-e    immigration,    repealed     the ��������� unjust  franchise and gerrymander,   raised  the wages of post office oflicialsand  government railway employes, and  attempted to pass a stringent alien  labor law.      'J'he   Laurier government deserves the loyal support   of  A CHANCE FOR MrBRrDE.  The News Advertiser,  edited   by  lion. F. C. Cotton,   is   now  crying  for government ownership   of   railways.     Mr. Cotton is a member of  the   McBride   government,   which  repre.-ents the Conservatives nf this  province.      If   Mr. iCotton and his  fellow ministers are sincere in their  -tipporl of Mr. Borden"?-  policy    vie  challenge them ti1) iiiiiiiinir.-itc   llint  policy   in    British    Columbia, und  undertake the construction   of   tbe  Const Kootenay.  the-  Mid wn \ -Vernon,    the' Sirnilkumeen.   and   the  GnMeii    Fort   Sleele   railway?   us  L'livernnient works.       If   they will  adopt that policy and  carry it' out  with integrity Ibey will   .-how they  believe in and   will   practice   what  they are advocating, nnd if they do  the M.mi. will *-up[)orl, them in that  policy.      We .venture to ������uy, however,   lhiil   government  owner-hip  und operation   of  the   rail way   in  the province is   tbe   last   principle  the   McBride    government   would  think of adding to it������   policy   with  either the intention   or .ability   to  carry it out.       Itather    they   are n  set of humbugs who are making   a  parrot-like echo of Borden   for   the  ?ake of   bumboo/.ling   the   electors  into   returning     them    to   power.  That is their sole object, no matter  what principle they have  to  sacrifice, or what absurdities  (hey may  undertake to get there.  "    Till-: TOUR 1ST TRAFFIC.  The   importance   of   the   tourist  trallic  Ao    British    Columbia^ cm  hardly.be overestimated, ancl every  effort should be made both   ti}-   the  people and the government to   promote it.      The   C.   P. II. has done  splendid work in this way but that  company's efforts should he backed  up more  stronglythan    they   are.  British   Columbia   is    the world's  playground, with  its   great, mountains, glacier?,   lakjes   and   rivers.  The beauties and   the grandeur   of  the provincc.should be extensively  advertised   i.n   Europe,  the United  States. Australia   and   among the  leisured classes of the east.     There  should be at the government buildings at    Victoria   a  tourist department as   in    New   Zealand.,      The  government should    .-ce   that   the  la'kes   and    rivers    are   kept   well  supplied with young fi.-h from   the  hatcheries, that the native'jrnnn* is  preserved, anil other game, Mich   a-*,  pheasant? a)id  quail   .���������leclimatiscd.  The importance of  cultivating   the  tourist traffic   in,  thi1-*   province is  shown bv the fact that  in   Switzerland   lourM-.   expend    .fri0.000.000  .inntiall*,. 111   tin-   llivi.-ri'if'i'i.Dt)').-  000.     in       Fr.inn*       if|."..(Klii,(K)i).  'There     i-     in      tbe    neighboring  country    10   lhe    -oiith.   ,i    Inrge  ii.'i-ured (-In?- who travel for health,  recreation   and   scenic   al traction-,  and    nowhere   in    the   world   doe-  nature    offer     gr.md'-r   all r.ielion-  111.-11) in    Hri'li-h    Columbia        The  tourist trallic could h<- m.nie worth.  10 this province a-    mueh   ,i-*    tin*,  mineral   output   of l!rili-h ('oium-j  bin und the Yukon !  Ml'LOCK'.-- AIM  'liirotcd  ITRATIONBILL  POOR JOURNALISM.  The poor old Colonist i? the  grandmother of tbe British Columbia press mid ,. her dotage is apparent. Her' latest warning is'to  ���������'beware of the present corrupt  system bused on the money power."  And this from a paper owned and  controlled by the money power of  Victoria {that lias more boodling to'  omo   tiigotcrl   Torie*-*   arc mi������-|  representing Sir William   Mulock'ii,  arbitration     measure      introduced'  last scsion ns   being   ngnin-t    the  intcri"-l������ of In bor.     Nothing can  bf  lui'ther from the truth.     'The,   Dominion   Trades   and    Lnborj Con-  eress.   and,    labor,,    organisations  everywhere   have   deni.inded     for  year's arbitration   legislation   as a  preventive aguipst strikes and lockout?.   , Sir  .William   offered such  legMniion.,'   His  bill provided for  full inquiry, and invesliuntion  into  labor dispute-,   the   publication of  the fuels on both   sides, ,tho .machinery'for   voluntary arbitration,  and   dependence - on   tho   force of  public   opinion    to  'secure   an acceptance of'nn award  without any  compulsion.   ./Nothing   'could   be  fairer or'more in   the   interests of  labor, as the'trouble 'has   hitherto  been" that  employers  particularly  have, refused to he   parlies   to   in-  vesiigntion   or  arbitrillion.,     The,  workers' have  everything 'to  gain  und   nothing   to    lose   hy   suclwi  proposition,   ' It has been well said  1 h'iil, the parly thiitrrefiises'invosti-  gulion   and arbitration   is  getting  u'wii)', with something that does not  belong to him, nnd llio-members of  organised labor bodies on one hand  or   employers-'on   lhe   other who  oppose such legislation   want to be  tyrants and, to   ignore'   absolutely  lhe rights nnd interests of tho grail  muss   of   tbe community who are  innocent   sufferers   by   labor  disputes, strikes nnd   lock-ouls.      Sir  PROCLAMATION  Electoral District of Kootenay To Wit:  PUBLI.C NOT1CK IS' IIIOBKBY  given to .Electors nf the Blect'oral  District aforesaid, that in obedience to  IlisMnjcsty's writ, to mc directed ami  bearing (Into the 20th day of September.  A.'I). 1001, I requiro 'the pre.-ence of  the electors at' the, COURT, IIOI.JSK  'in the CITV Oh" JS'KLSOaX in'said  district on the FIRST DAY of tho  111011 tli of NOVUM UKU, A. I). I'.llll,  from noon until two of Ihecliiok'in tlio  afternoon, IVir the'purpose of nominating a, poi-hon to represent'l.hoin in the  1IOUSK OK'COiMMONS of CANADA;  and that, in casein |ioll is (liiiiiuiidnl  nnd'iillowc'd in the ni'iinner, by law prescribed, such poll will be opened on  Iho Wnd (lay of N'ov'omhor, A. I)., l'.IOI  from the hour of Nine in the forenoon  until Five of. thu clock in tho after;  noon in ouch of Ihe following polling  divisions, that is to say:   ,  J.' Guy. Barber  "V,I '.*-  j) i'������teELRY,  J/  DIAMONDS:  Wilfred Liuuier and the Liberal  uiiveiriinieni-.iiri.^=cnljiled to every  uiiion vote for the stiuid they bnvc  iiikeii on this ((tiestion. ,,',' v  ���������'     The Power of Piaro nusic.*-  '���������'  '  A piano cvum-s lo lie nu inslni'iiicnt  , .ml becomes a iltbiK-Of, life under Uip.  ' bands of n master. It l.ieatlics every,  biiiurui emotion  nuclei- bis fingers ancl  ',110 otlier  instrument so p ifictlydeiuls  , iwelf to lbe ninny plin.se*.* f musical expression. Of course lbe instrument  itself must be.a good oiif, such as tbe  - New Scale Williams Piano, foremost in  Canada to-day.' ,  -Lewis'Bros. Solc-bbc.il Agents.  ��������� Wood for sale at  reduced prices for a  few, days. I  -  Empire ^Lumber Co.  SELKIRK   I.ODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Aleut- iivory Tiiesiluj  uveiitiii,' in Solkii-fi  Hull .it 8 o'clock.  Viiitiii^ bi-ctlii'oii cor-  (Hull} invited lo ut-  Il-ii;I.   ,  ^  II   Ci. (JOUCII, .V.O.     ' J. AIATIHE. Sl!f  Kootenay Lod������*;e No.lOA. F,&A.M.  Till. roLf.iIin- inool-  inn- .ire hold in llio  .Mi.-nine Temple.  Jdil l-'ullow-h Hull, on  tin Iliii-il Moiiiliiy in  uiiuli iiioiil.li ul S  |i.in. Visitinijbi-otli  run    uordliiliy   wol-  COIIU'll. .    ,  C. .*.. I'ltOCUNlKK. Skch.i-.takv.  Halcyon Hot Springs  ^Sanitarium.    "  1  iiiic mi  IllUAL, \VAT12l-tS of Hal-  cyon aie the mo*-L cuml.ivu in the  inlil. A pi'fl'ec't, niitiinil remedy for  ,i|l'- Nei voiis .md iMii-cul.ir diseases,  Livei, Kidnev nnd Slnm-icli ailiiipnts  mil Met'.illic P.ii'-'iiiiiiiK. A ������ure cure  fm- ������������������That Tu-.-d, Fi-elini,'." apcciiil  imIi"������ on all lio.-its nnd ti'.iins. Two  iiiiiils, ni rive mul depniL every day.  Telegraph rimimunicntinn with all  |iiirl> of the world. An experienced  nn���������.ingor. ' "~  H a ley on Hot Sp rings  ���������   A.rroti> L.aKe.  S. C.  Wm. Fleming",  U'hol("..ili- und Itetuil  , Meat Merchant.  [*"ish   ;ind   C/arnt:   in    Season,  First St., B,evelstoke.  demark*.  Copyrtghts  USE ^���������zmzg������>  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in  the World  .Vlnil ii" I5 Itoynl Oroivn So:i[i  VVr.ipp'-ra, .mil in return ue  will tiinil ,'i hciintifiil f'iotnre  il/.c If!x20 , or for li, VV'i.ippor-  your choice of over KRlhookn.  I)ro[i ns ii post, .';nrd nskiiif;  for ii. catalogue of. premiums  to be'lniil- FRF.IO' for Itoyal  Grown Soap VV rappers.  Address  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. Limited.  pATENTS yac  ��������� '       obta'ndl in 'til count ri**-.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent  Attorney  Mi'lunlutl Artorii'')* .-xtiil  Kiiffim'cr.  lt>,.nn .'. K.iirfli'M I'.ltt.'r.. ifr.iii-.ill>' -,1.. nun I'.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A   |,ii������t.^-ird   \m!J  ju>urc un ci, finite ,ip[iriinl  in.mi*   fiirtl.ij^.' who ..Miiiiot ...ill iiiinnw il.u (I,l>  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  Royal M.itl Linos,  ChoapeRt Route to the Old Country  | AMiAN ihsK-- rr'itn Montr. ,tl.  I'i>!-:.iii  j T<iniJ!.tii  I lomuii  U'lMIStOS r.f.VK-Kroin Montrcil  Kimi-iiikioii  Iioiniiiinn  V*,wi>'ii|.-(.r  (*nnii>l,L    CAN I'AC. ATLAN'IKJS.H,  l.n.l<i'( li unpl.iln     ,  IJiko Kim  \:i4 VI  A114.X  -1. f,l. i  ijtike Miinilohu .  . .  A.MKKK AV 1,1 NK  -'i r.o'iw  N. iv "I'nrlf  Willi K 9TAK l.fNft.  M,i|.-^li,  .Au������ in  A.IK  Si  .Alii,'   .'7  ...     . rfi p'   .1  J-'roin Montri .1!,  ,      .    . . An/. 18   .���������''���������pi   I    I-Vpl. -i  l-'i 0111 N'c.v Vf.rk,  .   \ ui,'. Z'l  A inf. ri  lit >' III!.'  Tdiilotiic  (.'rrirn ,Vcv/ York.  Au(/ 17  An-?.*.'!  ..    1 Ant; II  Kr'ini .Vi'w Vorli.   Auk. -"  ...........  ...... AllK.*i"   Su-il.-.')  I,Iii-oiik1.i l.o'nil  purtH of  (H/S'AUD J.INK  l-Jll-III-l-L   IjlltllMlill.   Uiii lirln ,..,...; '..  "I'li-fMuiiKursllokut/jd. ��������� ,,  , ,., ,���������  firuul, HritiUn nnd li-ijliind, 11111I al,Miicolully low  rutiw lo nil piu-lH of thu Kni-opniin conl.iiicnl,.  Apply toiiuariiHt railway oi-HtuaiiiBlilpiinuiil, or  ���������k'..  Z,  T.   W. BUADSHA.W, AROnt,   Rovolstollu j  W. P. F  CUMMINOS,   Puolllo   AKOi'.t  Nov    ���������'I.  ' l!os?liiii'(l.  '!      ,2.'.(UosuIiiihI.  '"    V II.    Ilohijlnnd.  ",      <l,    lios-jhinil,  "   '   J).,  Uosblmid.  "        (i.   Js'olson. '���������  7.    Nelson.   '  -8.' Nelson.  ���������.!).    iNolson.        ,  10. ' Nelson.  IL.    Trail. -   '     ,  12.    Trnil." ''   ������ '  111.    liovolstoke.  |.|.   'Ilcvclstolce.   ' ", '  IT). 'Ivaslo.       "���������'      ' '"   ' ,  ,1(1.    Kaslo. j" ���������  '17.    Ci'iinbroolc. ''  18,    Crun brook,      *>',    .,  . 10.    Oriinbroolc-     '    -     -r    ''  ,20.t* Kcrnie.   '      . ,  '21.    Kornio.     .   j.    "  'li.    Kcrnic.'   <  23. &C!iinii, Creek., "' '    -  :2.l.    Cn.stlegii'r.    '.  If).   Fire Valley.  ���������20.-   Deer Pni-k.-      " ���������'      --  27.'i Burton City. " '       '''  28.    Niikusp.'  2!).    St. Leon.    .  Arrow-bend. , '  lienton,    , ', ,  Coiiiiiplix,^ ���������,*"      "  Cum borne.  Wigwam.     ' '  Clnnwilliiiiii. r        >  lllccillcwiet.  Albert Ciuiyon:'  Uliicici*.    '  '���������  Kogcrs I'nss.,      --,      "<  licitvcrnioiitb.     .  Doinild.,  Golden. '     " ���������  l'ulliser.'1' '     '  Field.-   ���������  Hog .Riiiiclic.  Ciirboii.'ite. .   ���������',_'���������  Spiilliiiiiiulicoii.    -  Galena. ^ '   *  3riscbc. ' '" _ ''  ���������\Vilnier. ' v   ,,. ,  Atbclnier.      .'      >��������� L *,.-  Winderniere. '   -  Wiinelii. ,   ���������  I'.rie.      '  SlllllKI. ' ,,��������� .  Yniii*.     !  Ymir AMU.     ;      ,  Queen JMiuo.  Arlington'.Mine.  Second Relict Aline.  Velvet JMine,-  Patlcrson.  Slociin .rtinclion.  Winlaw.'  Slocan City.  Enterprise Landing. f  Silverton.'  JNcw Denver.,  Itosobcrry.  Three Forks. ,  Sandon.  ^McGuigan.  WliiteiMitcr.  Lai do.  I'oplar..,  Trout J ,nkc City,  Ferguson. ,  Ainsworth.  Pilot Biiy. "  Granite. '  Atlinbaska Mine.  Fnii vie.v.  Willow Point.  Proctor.  Sirdar.  ICitohener.  Ores ton.  Movie City.  Ivimhorlcy.  Fort .Steele.  Fort Steele .Ai notion  liyan.  Marysvillo.  Mioux.  Carnithers' Mill.  Ward nor.  Pull River.  Perry Creek (Old Town.)  Wattsbui'g.  Wasi. (, i~  (iatew.'iy.  Rykert.i.  JalVray.  F.lko.  Morrisscy Alines.  Cnrlioiiiidd.  Jlorrisifv.  Cf.iiI Cii/i'k.  K1 in r wood.  .Michel.  The Loojt.  Ci'fiw's Nesl.  Molly Cib-ioii Landing.  Galena liny  (Dickinson's  Camp)  McCulloe.li  Creek  (liig  Ueiid)  RevelHloke   Lumber  Go's Giitii-i (Uij; KcikI)  117,    Klkmoiith,  I 18,    .Sinclair  I IU.    Fiiiiniont  "     120     Tliiiiider Hill  Anil I'lirther, that on the iith  day of  l������f.(!('inbi:i*,  A. I).  l'.IOI,  at   the   Con it  fffiii-c,   in   the (Jity of Nelson, at the  lioiir of 1 I o'clfifsk  in   the   forenoon, I  shall open the ballot boxes, add up tlie  votri given for the several   candidates  mid'return as  elected   the one having  tho majority of the  votes.:  Given under my blind, at the City  of l{('.".-<liiiid, this Sth day of October,  A. D..I.KM.  .1011 N .IJOULTRKK,  Returning Oilicer.  30,  3L.  '��������� 32.  33,  3'!,  3.*).. ,  3(5,  37.  . 38.  :������).  .10/  ' 41.  '12. <  <l 3."  "J'l.-  ' '15."  .-!(!.  d7.  d8.  ;' -19.  OU.  v *5I.  ,  ���������r>2.  *   53. \  5'l.  .-?���������  oh.  57.  , 58.  50.  . go:  Cl.  02.  03.,  64.  05.  60.  ,,67.  68.  69.  70.  71.  72.  73.  71.  75.  76.  77.  78.  79.  SO.  * 81.  S2.  83.  81.  So.  SO.  87.  88.  89.  90.  91.  92.  93.  91.  95.  90.  97.  9S.  90.  100,  101.  102.  103.  101.  Hi,-,.  100.  107.  K.8.  100.  110.  112.  i M.  115.  110.  II!!���������.".JfirT"  nnd n'  complete line  "1847  Rogers Bros."  'Knives, Porks,'1,  ' Spoons, etc.  Kvi'i cini'dilly vMi'inliicd nnd  |ini|ii'ily filtud to thcjK'hl (,'rinle  ni Kiiihii-s. ^���������-jry),  Pine  Ui'imlrliii:,  St. ANN'S CONVENT  KAMLOOPS, B. C.        ' f  II IOA'LtIIY Lrioiitinn, Mdiliirn ConvoiiIoiu'O'.,  I All 1).-|iiii*Iiiii>iiK " Siircinl oimr'.us 111  Music, Fi-iinnli, I'lnin mid I'lini'V Nuudlowtirk  niiiloi- i'iiiii|inli)iil liiMlinclorh. Tho nun i*- If;  uiilllvnlu linili ininil nnd lionrl,iluvolo|i 11 '���������'H'!"1  Imdv, nnd flllliusliidmil fur tliiMVinniiidy dnllus  nl Kin, '' .     .       1    .  HiiyB,iindi)i- li yours nf ii^o mi) rucuivoil na mij  Km-IMi-limiliii'-i ndilross: '  HlS'l'lilt HUPI5III0I1,' Kiniilimiiii.  ,    J.    SAMSON  Painter; Paperlianger, Sigiiwi'itor  IsALHOiMfNINC   DON IS.     '  ,    Onli'i'*-. rec'ive prninpl allenlioii.   '  Second -I reel..     '-- , ItHVKLSTOKI-l'  G.J: Wilkes  MACHINIST &        ,      ' ,    1  BLACKSMITH  l/ATIIK WOKK'A SI'HOIA l-TY  ��������� l.ieensed Aiiel.ioneei* forCity  '"  of llcvel^toko.  AS A'lTUAIiTIVIlSKlN IhA IIUhlNIIHS t'KODUUDIl  THOBNTON & BCCLES  Palntoi'S, Papoi'lianffors  and SiK-n Wi-ltoi'S '���������   ,  Hslliiiiiliw Kivun Tur 1 i'l I liindr, t>r lionsn. pnlntliiK.  OiiliiM Tnr I'll|ii)i!iiui,,'iiiK and KiiImhiiiiiiiiKWHI  ,.      ipl'ljlvi) |IUilll|ll, lltlllllllflll.      -  LETTERINGS GOLD  LEAP  WORK'  A        -       'A, SPECIALITY.       ���������;    ���������   -   -i.  / '   ADDUIOSS': I'.O.'IIOX ai!!, nr,1  ,  Sl-CONl) ST.,( Behind C. I*. U. Shops.  Ordnra Inn, nl .J. \\". Hminutrh will l)o-  liiiiiiiplly iillumluil In. ,  (^neeshors to .\V. Af Sinil.li & Co.)  1,   ' - f,,  ,. , a  HUADQUAirn-lllS KOR'     '     '  ;_ Bread ''&������{  Gakes  OF  ALL  KINDS  '  Full supply of fresh" ,  '���������        groceries just-   -   -  ��������� opening up ���������"  I'l'ompL iitlention given lo nil orders.  WOOD YARD  I have sl.-irU'd a. ptji'inanenl, AVood  Viii'd on,Third street.-: With my past  I'xperii'iice I hope to he in a position  Lo satisfy all njipiiiemunLs'of.custom.  its." Mill and (.'ordwoiid "supplied in  any lengths at, reduced prices for ensh-  f      It. SAMSON."  W. A. McDonald  '.'lM.ASTKItUH,* Ul.l'OK'LAYHIl  ,     RKVIONSTOKK  The only (irst-elass plaslorcr in town!  Let nic'lJnow your  recpiironionU.    A"'  Carload uf Lime just imported.  A^arj'  load of Ijrielc undiir oider.- "  -Having been nppointeiL agent for  ' t  .���������   UevelslolceJorTIIK    -      .  Pacific Coal Company, of Banff  , . 1. ,   , j ^  .'   is now in 11 position to .supply  -���������   ,  At the following prices:  Lump Coal $10.50'per ton  Egg  Stove  Nut*  $10.50 ������������������"..  $10.50-"  ,$9.00   "  ������������  To Trappers  Raw Furs ��������� Boughi ;  1 Cash Prices Paid  -       t| -. | 1 n  F.    B.   WELLS,  i        , . ..> i  Exporter of Purs.  As this coal is smokeless,and particularly clean, and is'more efficient  limn hiiny ot the soft coals, on the  market; it will be.found favorable fuel,  for all domestic purpo.so.s, including  furnaceSj'htoves and kitolien ranges.  For those requiring sloani ccdal the  pea and buckwheat sizes will be found  satisfactory jind/economical. ,; Prices  will be (|noted on these small sizes on  application.,/ ��������� '" ,.-...,* ,    ^  Orders left at the oflice of thu Revel-,  stolco, Insurance Co. Ltd.  will   receive  promjit'attentlun.  T   . *"'P. AIcCAilTV, Coal MerolianL,,  Kevelstoke, li. C.  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished willi lhe choicest lhe murkcl  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  .Rates $i a clay.' *-Monthly rate.  J".    -A.LBEK,T      STOnSTE.    PEOP.  9;;CKH><K>0<><><>-0<><>^^  British Columbia Illustrated  CONTAINING 160 VIEWS  Illustrating the Hound less Resources of '   >  ;   -The Richest Province In-the British Empire  Us coal, oil and Limber;   its  fisheries on sen, lake und river;'its  -.mineral and agricultural  resources;   its cities nnd, towns;  its river,  lake mid   mountain scenery, especially illustrating its great'mining  development, with views of all the principal mines, mills, smellers, etc  Sent Popt-free on Receipt of Price, $1.00 and $1.50  *    Address, JAMES LAWLER, Rossland, B. C.  The largest advertiser in and for Iliitish Columbia.  BJCST BUY JN  B.   C,  CANADA,   AT  IT)   CENTS  ' G uKATiss-i-  Gor.n  Dif-covi-'iiv ok Tin-: Ann  is  in   B. 0.  THE BIG- ZFOTTIR  Consolidated Gold Mines, Limited.  On | iiiit I !f>(525,000, of  which 35 percent in shares is now in our  Tieasury.    Shares fully puid-and non-assessable.  Mini's ilii-i'dly west of the Le  Roiaiul 1 a'I toi No. 2- W.-u Kuplo  and (Ji'iilri'Slar, I'ourol' tin: Inrg-  i'hl. gol<l-u<i|ipi.|. mini's in the  world, all nf which have paid  1,-n-gi' dividends.  ���������ft; Same identical oie and veins  now in Million the MIC! FOUR.  Ij,*ii*ge on- bodies,  A.s.says Iroin .$.*j to JjiSOO in  tfuld, copper, silver, etc. Veiy  lich display is noiv on exhibition  in the city ore exhibit, causing  wide comment,. '  Wc have nearly two miles of  railway on liig Four property  with water and timber in abundance.  Koisliiiul ore shipments for  Um. ,T,l),0(KI tons. Shipped for  IIHM, .iliinil 11(1,000 tuns; 1001,  about. 1011,000tuns. Total value of  Riis-Iimd i.ies mined, ij;:j7,0(JO.<XK).  Ros.sland's large ore bodies are  a tfiyiil, success with the concen-  ti-atiiiii system 'of ore reduction.  $:1M) ore now puys to mine as  now proved by the latest reports  and dividends.  No less than 100 shares sold.  Sliuics can be had on instalment  plan, payments monthly; twenty  percenL cash, balance within a  year.   _  Company have no debts or liabilities and a full foi ce of men  now working.  References���������The Hon- Mayor,  Gold Commissioner, Postmaster,  oi'any bank or business in,in in  the city.  Thorn i-, ii tiilo in thu iiIInil-, or moil  ���������Wmi-Ii, takwi nl tlio II,,ii(l.   leal- un  f(>rtiin,j;  Oinlllcil, all Ihu \ny,ii;u of thoir lifo  J^ lioimcl in -hnllmv, ami m initorio.-..  lo  Please, Note Price at  15 cents ES?  SHARE  FOR ONE MONTH.  Aiij ,11110111)1 Ics-i hliaii $100 scud bj post-  iilllce nr cxjiress nioiiei order, uicr tlilb  amount. In hunk drult In Sccrut.-ir>  Big Four Consolidated  Gold Mines, Limited,  j Rossland,'B. C, Canada.  Order blanks and our most comprehensive and  complete  Illustrated  Prospectus showing all Rossland mines and giving valuable  -information, with Maps and Reports/from   Mining  Engineeis, sent  only to investors or thosede������iring to invest.  6<H><>-pK>O<><H>0'<>0"<^ ���������>'  KOOTENAY   MAIL   SUPPLEMENT.  lv'   '  ,  o        SATURDAY,'OCTOBER 29, 190-1.  THE GRAND  TRUNK.  sustained ��������� tlieirfi unflagging ,'interest  during an address'ol an hour and a  half, in which ho/tonched upon many  points, giving .clear,' and , lucid ox- .  planations with telling ell'cet. , Chief  ,       ,             ' y<      ,,,      , among tlio subjects  he  handled  was  ,     * ' ' the C!. T. 11:' contract.      Seldom   has  ���������Contracfis Result of two and'a ,<<������������������>;; fi*><fioh of Buoh vital importance  , to Canada mot with such  determined  ,'V Half,   Years.'  Labor���������Public 'opposition and misrepresentation fiom ,  the Conservative party   ns   has ' thisf'  LIBERAL ROLE.  Eight Years of Prosperous  '  Finance.  for their statesmanlike transcontinental railway policy.   'Tlio.* bargain  is ;n  first class one'in overy respect and will  ensure the opening of regions abounding in   varied resources, equal if' hot'  superior   to  'those    existing    tribu- -  tary   to    the, main   lino  of the  C.,  P. ,11.     This  is  not   merely hearsay  because   I, speak ' from    a v personal  knowledge of aT largo  portion of  the'  Interest,Fully Protected/ ,  ."Wo 'don't ask'' you to buy   a  con-  i' tract in a scaled bag.    You may'tako  the contract and examine it.      There  ', is 'nothing  in   it  to conceal, or to be  ciishanicd of,'     All   the details are settled���������embodied 'in  aa   Act of J'arliii-  inent laid'beforc you,'   The contract  is,signed, sealed   and   delivered, "the  preliminary explorations   havo   been  '- made: and everything is ready  for iin-  mediatelycommencing the work.     It  took us aboiit two and a half yelirs to  do this". '   Suppose   tliat   Jir. Boiden  ��������� gotcontr 1, and'that  he devotes his  time'to a contract with the saino 'persistency, determination   and   success  ns,has the Liberal Governnient, it will  take hini two and ^riinlf   years   to be  , where we~are today. , The question before you   is   whether   you   want thi.s  project   held   up   for   that, or for an  even longer time.   '(Cries of "Xo.")  Speakin'g at Toronto, 'Hon. W. S.  Kidding,   Minister   of    Financo ' for  Canada, said: " I have made the state- , ������������������-,,-  ment that wo have given, you eight, w0?tcn> section of tho proposed route,  years of strong public credit. Thon, J kn������w t,K! J?"oat gram bolt Jt will'  sir, beyond that wo havo'given you t|,'**v<j���������oI andi in Hritish Coluinljia am  eight years of prosperous-linance, If fll.ni*'.1111' wltl- t,)0 J'dlooot and Cariboo,  you did not have that prosperous-, fin- district, whoso resources can searcoly.  anco it goes without saying you conl3i.l)OC.".u"10nltcdl ' |-cf(il' to,semes of  not havo it strong credit. Foi- three I01'1'10 iW'cultural valleys,- rich gms,-  years prior to the change of adinihis- lnK lands,'vast .timber reserves "and  tration we had    '    ' , mining  regions possessing'lode and  diticit  iH.ru nrvioir ''   ' pl!,cur gold.mincs' 'coal, copper,"iron,,  >p.     "A;'yn<A  >Ln '"-nwi.       ,       asbestos, mica, phosphate and cinnibar  ,;��������� ._i.be tarill was high, the rate of tax-   in enormous abundance.1  ��������� 1 have por^  guaranteeing'75 per cent of the^nonds  ution was high, but somehow or other, sonally, visited "most of the regions I  on the westernor  mountain' section. otho result  was  that,we had  deficits, ]);1ve jiist described  in'outline.   The  ono,, _��������� It inconstantly ropo'utod that'  the government has undertaken * to  build the eastern section and' lhen  bandit over us a present to the niib  way company, whilo tho fact is that  the government owns that section for  all time, while the company-- yearly,  pays throe'" per cent of the cost of  liuilding after tho'expiration of seven  years. .Tho'railway company builds  the prairie section,   the   government  "What is'tbe policy which the Gov  ��������� eminent prescntsrt'o ynu for youn'en  . dorsaiio'n or rejection ?r    Jt -\s   this;  To build a  line from   ocean   to ocean  wholly on^Canadiiin soil; to absolutely  "V ntrol   both   the- freight  'and-- the  passenger rates;   not  to grant/'to the  prise to the company will, be about  flU ,000,000, in return- for" which we  will have a transatlantic highway  from ocean to ocean entirely on Canadian soil. Not only ,so. but provision is madc'in the contract' where-  inc'as! saidr a moment ago, upon a  reckless policy, that ��������� we were going to  ruin the public credit, and 'would run  into high deficits. Jn that' very first  year, a year during  which we had not  "Any voter will think twice bcfoie  supporting the Conservatives becau.'c  he will,be voting ngainst'his.bwn* self  interest and would'be contributing his  share towards shaking the foundations'  ',' by, the government has the  rates for both   freight  control of  and; passenger  trallic,   so>,that   tlie   lowest possible 'had been prepaied by our predecessors,  full control but only a partial control  of the prosperity'that  has been estab-  of the finance of the  country,.because "lished in,Canada largely  by the wise  pol icy a nd "s la tesm an like  we entered the year after the estimates  rates willalways prevail. -      '  Mr. lloss has made a special study  of the country, through which this  line will., be?4 built, and showed the  eiiornious'wealth which it contains in  minerals, timber and arable lands,.'al'  of which, are us yet   undeveloped,   but'--you have had  there was n deficit of half,a million  dollars. We shall have lo divide that  half million with our' Conservative  friends; it was using their estimates  that brought it about. ���������'    '   '  ",Well, sir, 'from   that'dav.to  this  cio'n of.the  ' Laurier.  ldiniiiistra-  Lihcrals under Sir Wilfied  which   the   building  liy. will open up.  No   one  speech  coukl   fail    to  impressed   with   the  entered into?- It  wil  of  the G.'T. P.  who, listened ,to Mr,  fai  Hoss*  , be' favorably  contract thus  be of material  benefit to tbe dominion at large, but  it will'' be specially advantageous to  British Columbia in opening-up and  peopling the vast areas to, the north  which have hitherto been inaccessible.  Branch lines, from the south will be  built as feeders to "the main line,  which will not only give employment  while in process of buiiding but 'which'  will, for all  time,   be   of ��������� incalculable  ^benefit to this province.' '  ",, ,      .  Jn Vernon-and surrounding country  ' the indications are   that   the Liberal  , ���������   r.    xo .mokk iji;ficits.  "The end of deficits was reached  and the beginning of- surpluses came  about:. Let us have no misunderstanding iis to the'--value of em pluses.  1 am not here to claim that ������i "surplus  jis, under all conditions, a' good thing.  You-miyht have a surplus under conditions that would render a government  justly liable to severe criticism���������if  brought'about by'increased taxation  on the the necessaries and common  things of life. You can easily make a  surplus by   these  means.'   Any  such  POLITICAL. < ,         . ~.  One of tbe coming voting Liberals  of   li. C. 'is  A. P. Welby  Solomon  of  Victoria. >    ,.  i     i i i,    _ , * ,- ,     -  A correspondent writes: " The Tories  wont get ten votes on Fish Creek this  election." ���������       ���������    , * u  The wretched ndniinistraticn'of the  McBride government .has damned the ���������  Conservative party in JJritish Columbia,  for some time to come.>t  The Conservatives'have determined ,  to'put up a' strong fight this election. '  At 'the  nomination   on "Thursday  a  nominee of the party was' put'up  for  every seat.       -      ���������      * -   , , ���������  , R. G. Macphersnn has'giv.-n Borden's  method   as,, that would    be  open   to , rail way policy a bad knock by stiting1'  criticism, but you  know^that was not   that all the Conservatives said <,in the  tbe case. - ' With the exception of two   bouse that another  transcontinental-  articles of luxury, the rate oT taxation   railway was not needed.    '"   '"  upon the whole round of articles which,  -, J.'Taylor, tlie well-known   Itimbor-  oiindidate wil! roll up a large majority,   n���������ule        Qw ^m   hils beu]1   reduced.   nian^o'h.ts'Yotun^from WtiiiVto  "?."������-e_axT_*reo0en5e hls, Indeed; the great complaint is, on the' "     !:' " "'  ���������   HON.-CLIPFORD SIFTON,  Minister of tho Interior.  ,  Gian'd Trunk Pacific a single acre of  land, except for stations and roadbed;  not to give,them ,i dollar of exemption from taxation of any kind soever;  not to grant them a vestige ol'  monopoly, legal or otherwise, in any  Province or Territory of the Dominion; to have'all the money expended by the people of Canada on  tbe road absolutely secured by the  road itself, and to . do all this at a  total cost of some .1514,000,000. This,  gentlemen, i������ the Government's pol-  icv."���������Hon. Mr. Sifton  at  Winnipeg.  success on Nov. 22. -  DUNCAN ROSS  Addresses Meeting at Vernon.  The candidate for Yale-Cariboo,  accompanied by Senator Ross and  Jas. Miu-phy, M. L. A,'of Armstrong,  held a meeting in the I. O. O. J", hall  which was not so numerously attended  as was expected.  The Senator has many warm friends  in this, locality who gave him a  hearty reception, and who listened  with "deep attention to his 'timely  remarks on some of the questions  which are now agitating the public  mind, and on which they will soon be  called upon to decide.  Mr. Murphy is a pleasing speaker  and marshalls his facts and arguments  in an effective manner. As he is a  member   of  THE CAMPAIGN.  W. A. Galliher will address a' meeting at the Opera House, Revelstoke,  en "Wednesday next, at Arrowhead  on Friday, at Nakusp on Saturday, at  Beaton and Coiuaplix on Monday  and at Camborne on 'Tuesday. All  electors "are "invited to attend these  meetings ancl opposition speakers "will  be given right of reply.' ,  Ernest ,Mills, the Socialist candidate for.Yiile-Carihoo, held a meeting  at Vernon in which he was assisted by  Ernest and Sirs. Burns. A' number  of ladies graced tbe hall attracted, no  doubt, by the novelty of hearing a  lady address a political meeting. Mr.  Mills is a speaker of considerable  force, and "piesented his case in a  lluent speech. At the cl.-.se of the  meeting Socialistic literature was distributed  part of-hon.-gentlemen   of the opposition, that  wo reduced   it ^oo  much.  ��������� We are actually  ACCUSED   OP  IIEDCCISG   Till;   DUTIES  to too low a figure. "I have, then/this  hap"py picture'to,present to,you, that,  while we have reduced the rate of  taxation as respects nineteen-tw'enti-  etlis of the articles on our list, we aie  able, with a. lower tariff, to have  surplus after surplus, jnstead of deficit  after,deficit." " ' '  VICTORY  Assured for the Liberals.  rail-  J. W. Stewart, the well-known  way contractor, says,.���������  "The Laurier Governnient  will   be  returned to power by a larger majority  than ever.      I speak especially from a  Judging by the tone of the'knowledge of Manitoba, the Northwest  spent.six hours in  the house  of com  Manitoba, s >ys the Tories are hot in it,  with the Liberals in,this election, and  he expects to'sce a big Liberal majority through the west.  The public debt of Canada in tbe  hist year of Tory rule was $50 S2 per  head. Today under Liberal riile 'it'is  only $47.33'per head in spite of the  large, expenditure oh, public ivorKs  during the Liberal regime.      *  - ,  J. C. Mundcll, a "furniture niaiiti- ���������  facttirer of Elor.i, says although he is  a life-long Liberal be intend- supporting the Tories to get higher prices for  his furniture. What about the mass  of the people who would have to pay  these higher prices?  Mr. Ellis says the Conservative  party will be one of progress though  it has not been so in tbe past,. Accotd-  ing to bis own admission Mr. Ellis  wants the party with .a good record  put out, and .the party with a bad  recoid putMn. ���������.  .The Conservative  Hibbert  Tuppor  meeting no impression ot any account  was made on the audience in favor of  the candidate. ' *  A leading Conservative, who was  one of the most'active workers for the  Conservative, party in the province  this last fall, says he has been twice  through the-province of late, and he.  regrets to say be does not believe there  will be more than one Conservative  candidate elected for British Columbia  in the present federal elections. citizen   does   not  have  to  read   blue  'Mr.  Ellis,   Conservative   candidate  books and statistics   to see  that good  for Vancouver, s lys he does not believe  times prevail.    Prosperity is here,    ft     in   taking   more   money  out   of  the  is   a  vital dominant  fact,   and   the  the   local  legislature he  pockets of the people  than necessary,   enormous   expansion    of    trade   and    lie wants sugar reduced $3  a  ton by' industry,so apparent from the Atlantic  and British Columbia. The people inons last scssjon and drew out his  have too much common sense to full sessional indemnity of $1,500 and  exchange a stable, progressive govern-' over $500 mileage as well. The Labor  hient for the uncertainties ol Con- Liberal, Ralph Smith, was absent  servative rule under small minded through illness and did not draw a  leaders who cannot even" agree among cent for tbe time he was absent, in  themselves1 in regard to  half the vital  consequence.  issues of the day. Since Sir Wilfred Some Conservative candidates arc  Lairier assumed power Canada has demanding a duty on lumber. Jt. G.  entered upon a new phase of life and Macpherson stated at Vancouver the  national development thatis attracting reason why the duty was not put on  world-wide   attention.     The   average   lumber  was on  account of  tbe state-  paid his respects to the slip-shod way  in which   tho   McBride   governnient raising the tariff���������a peculiar proposi-  ndministers'theaffairsot the province, tion.    Mr. Borden   should   institute a  in addition   to   discussing   dominion school of  reasoning   for  Tory  candi-  pol*tjcs, ��������� dates. ' Mr. Ellis advocated a govern-  The speech of the evening was  that ment  owned   and   cperated   railway,  by Mr. Rots, who was in   fine   form, which  is all   right,   but  Mr.  Bcrden  He has a  good   platform  appearance,' does   not.      He   wants    government  and is evidently quite at home on the ownership,   but   says  nothing  about  hustings.      Added   to    this   he has a governnient   operation,     while    Mr.  crease   at a cumulative   rate  if  the  robust vet frank, way of address which Roblin and other leading Conservatives  direction of national affairs remains in  commands and holds attention to the advocate the Manitoba plan of owning  the hands of the Liberals,  last sentence.    Mr. Ross captured the the  milway  and giving  it away to a      "The Liberals should  be continued  audience in the first few   words,   and corporation for 999 years to operate.      in office." added Mr. Stewart, "if only  moots of the Conservative party that  it -was in the best interests of the  Northwest Territories that theie  should be no duty on lumber.  Election matte:s occupy considerable attention and, as polling day  to the Pacific, has been largely due to draws near, the interest is increasing,  businesslike tariff and immigration Next Thursday will decide as to  policy of the Laurier Government, whether the present governnient will  The influx of settlers in the west is be re-elected, or whether they wi 1 be  ono of the greatest phenomena of the replaced by a Conservative adminis-  twontieth century. Jt is a movement tration. Liberals are in no way afraid  that has no'bounds. J believe the of the result, their past record being  inllux each  succeedinsr  year will   in-  all that could bo dc.-ircd.   The only  difference of opinion is as to the  majority, some contending that it  will be as large, if not larger, than in  the last parliament, wliile conservatives hope to )C(1l.cc it. KOOTENAY   MAIL   SUPPLEMENT.  '���������' SATURDAY, OCTOBER .29, 190-1.'  DIED.  Layi-iki.o.���������On Oct. 2(ith,_at  stoke,   Doris,  infant , daughter of  Mr.  and  Mrs.  John   B.  Lay held,  ' /born Sept. 3rd, died Oct. 2(5tu.  Local and General.  O.JI. Allan, has leccived   news  of  the dentil of his brother at Toronto.  '   Mr.   Hall,'   of  Okanagan    Landing,  has decided t'6 start a general  btore at  ' Malakwa. ^ ���������.    ,,   . '���������'.,'  ,' Thocity ccun'cil ,wcic al over, $S0  Expenses last "week  for allowance   to  lironion for attending false alarms.     ,  ���������The Smelter Townsite lots arc going  ' off well, several,new sales having been  inade on Sixth and Seventh Streets.-  Work has been .started on'the  foot  ccllent  floatage, for  logs, while there.  ' could be no more convenient point for  Revel-*, transportation.        "'���������-    '    ',  BANKING.  HALCYON.  .Hot Springs   Annual  ��������� Dance.  Autumn  All patent ncdicincs can bo bought  at the Canada Drug & Book Co.  _       . j- i Molsons Bank.  BUS'ineSS'LOCa IS.      The Shareholder, of Montreal, coin-  nieiiling on,  the ' annual��������� report"and , , ������������������>    ' balance sheet says-i* " ,   The aniuialiuilumndance was held  "This   (loulishing   instilution.only on the 21st in   the .spacious  billiard  mnicv,,,.,.. b",    ,      ,    lacks one year,to complete   lbe   half mom  adjoining the hotel, which was  Every brand of cigars and  tobaccos conU,ry of its opo.alions.     JJ>.iring all tastefully decorated mid ninele frag" n  at BROWN'S cigar store. ,   ",   ,   'the years'that, have elapsed   since'its with, cedar, branc hes       11  >   W  Ko,vSot.,l���������iv1���������t.J,i,,,,.!o,v,-!o,,,���������,!ilo,,,^^  -D'^fo!������c,,;;t,t,,o,i������.'orii.n,?.������~  Store a largo assortment 'of tho finest 'judicious  unit   cons*- j, ...  perfumes.       "i  Book-keeping, Sliorlhand, Arithmetic. Nigh'l class Monday and Wednesday. Apply Cowan J31ock. ' ,  , TYuemiins' stiidiois now open daily.  Sittings arranged for to suit your con-  Over Canada J)rug ������.t Book  i,'rjf  nu,,. ������������������o ,,vU --- ---   . ��������� vcnience.  bridge across the-Columbia'river, the Co.  "Provincial govern ment having arrang-   ,   c,in a(. jjj^QWN'S cigar store,  ed wilh tl.e C.'P.R.;to do the work.       g   .       ���������al, kilulS; n(^.   lotj   llt  As'showing the increasing  value ol  c      dil ���������-),.������������������ & ]300k Store.  the  city property  L. 'A.   Frets',  has  been  offered .and .'.refused   -15(5000   for    bis  property on First St. and Rokeby Ave.  .    F.'Fra'scr, S. M., heard a charge last  evening of theft against a man named  J. 'Madison, .arrested 'by   Constable  /Summer at p*imborne,   aiid   who was  ' sentenced ,'to  four  months imprisonment. ���������  "'   .    ."       ,   ��������� '"'������,  , A new company is  being  organised  to be .called'"the   Ferguson Mines to  consolidate'the Silver Cup 'and  ''Western, and'J.. J).  Walker, K. C, of  ��������� London. England,'has 'arrived fiom  '���������England in -connection,, with tho  r project.  '   He   visited the company's  properties this week. A    ' ,  - At the city ��������� school yesterday the  medal presented by Dr. Cross for'thc  highest marks 'attained at , the en-'  trance examinations was presented to  the winner, Wally Clark. Mrs. Jvil-  "patrick made1 'the, presentation, ancl  "addresses of congratulatii n to the  winner were delivered by the chair-'  'man of'the school board. C. F.. Lindmark, the secretary, 41. Floyd; Revs.'  Procuiiieiv Caldcr,   Sutherland,   and  ��������� .the"   principal   of 4thc "school,  A. E.  Miller iind the donor.      . -        '*  li. S. Wilson has added to tho 'staff  of his. tailoring establishment .his  brother, Chab.'W. Wilson, of Spokane.  The best, Drug 'Store in town is  Bows'. ,  I .-HeiuUiuiir'teis for Iron Beds, all  kinds. John E. Wood, the Big-Furniture Store.' "'-",,  At the Red Cross Drug Store'if they  -Jiave not'got what you want  in   their  ment. As regard-, capital paid-upand' ing. The verandah in front' was a  rest or resciwfund, it occupies a fore- veritable bower of greenoiy, forming  most position, the latter being 'equal in llio. soft moonlight a most nttxac-  to the former, both standing   at   -R-  live ante-room. ' .  000.000. Such an achievement places Guests arrived by the .up and down  thc'.instilution on the strongest pos- boats from Kanilpops,tRevolstokc, Ar-  sible foundation, one which cannot* rowhead, Nakusp, iNolson and othci  fail, in these (lavs of rigid competition,  pistanl points.    ' r, ���������'''..   ,,\  to inspire renewed confidence. ��������� .<���������'.' Shortly ' after nine o clock Ile  The statement of profits and low for .steamer Piper Irom Arrowhead bio light  the past voir show* the net gain At- in a large contingent roiii Arrowlieai  the lar.-*e figures of !|ia.-)7,2!)0, being an Coincplix and Beaton. *-J he-hotel ancl  increase of .1118,198 over that of a .year villas were filled with guest*,  ago,   the/not'-piolit   of   which were -    Supp-r formed a. pleasant  Great  line they will get it for you.  gJAsale'inakoS'a friend at'BROWN'S  cigar store. ��������� ,  Read the advertisement of  Four Consolidated   Gold  Mining  Co..  Ltd., in another column.     Vou  can't  beat this aa an investment.        ,   '  ��������� We   certainly   have ' "The Goods".  BROWN'S ciga"r store.- _ L,y  Sore joints���������rub out 'the 'soreness  with Thomas White Liniment. 30c.  a bottle at 'Bews' Drug Store.       ,  t ���������  Visitors to Revelstoke-will fi11cl it to  regarded as highly satisfactory The  directors appropriated S|i 150,000 out of  this yeai'o profit to tlie, reserve fund  and thus'make it equal to the tula!  'paid-up capital. At the sumo* time"  the diicctors were enabled to declare a  dividend of.nine per cent: per annum,  and the probabilitie- are 'that .as the  resolve fuir! has reached  high figures, further additions  may not b'o desirable, iii which case  an.'increased dividend may be looked  for in the current year, in ' fact the  the J3ig<* Piosident in his address .hold out tbe  prospect of an increase of one per  cent. ���������        '        - ,  The assets of the Bank were given  at !ti27.S-J8,-r.l3, and the liabilities to  ���������thepublic'at .^-21 ,r><)5,0-i:-5. .." Oi thojor-  nier no less a sum than $'.), 150.785.  which is equal to about'I2i per cent,  of the total liabilities to the public, is  iniinediiitely(vavailablo, thus showing  tlie prudence   which   is   exercised  internal s  and was solved 'shortly after midnight  in the dii.ingiooni, theguests'bring so  numerous that there had to be two ie-  d.ive.    Enconiums wcie passed-  on  all  sides on the. dainty ,'and  delicious ,_ie-  pa-sl that had been   provided.-  .One of  the most pleasant foatiuts. f the cven-  ,,,���������...,....���������   ing  was   the glees  furnished   by. the  it-  present   Arrowhead   qiiarlott' aftci   tho dance^  to 'it1'had been closed by  the  '-Home Sweet  Home" wait*/ and while the ladies from  Arrowhead .were   preparing,' for ttbeir  return.' , -  The music���������violin and guitar���������was  furnished by Messrs. Richmond of Burton Citv aiiil*"McDoiigall of Nakusp.  R.-S. Irwin of Nelson, at the request  of the management, acted as master of  ceremonies, while William McMillan,  of Ariowh'ciid ablp discharged the duties of floor master.-'     - - '.    <---������������������  CITY COUNCIL.  Social-'& Personal,  .    Miss   Jones   has   been    appointed  ' nurse   in tcharge   of  the Arrowhead  hospital. *���������  Tho  friends of Mrs.  E.  C. Fromey  "will be glad to learn   that   she   is recovering from her severe'illness.  Mrs. Matt Crawford entertained a  number of young people on Tuesday  evening when a cake contest was an  interesting feature. The prizes were  won by Mesdames J. Lyons, ,J. Purvis  and Miss Atkinson.  Mrs.' Rutherford, president   of   tbe  .Dominion ' W. C T. U.,is expected in  town on Friday, -4th November. Tbe  local'W. C. T. U. are making arrangements for a public meeting, due notice  of <-uch will be given."  ��������� D. G. McKen/.ie. who has been express agent here for two years, h. s  been promoted to. Victoria and his  place taken by E. E. JXixon, of Vancouver. Diiriog his stay here Mr.  McKenzie proved'a most efficient and  popular officer and the people of  Revelstoke regret losing hi in.  > lsituis i,u Jin.i;.^-'"^^-.���������"������������������..."--������. tlje prucience ^slllcn is exercised in  their advantage to stop at tbe Central Si, ���������0gt1.ircijng the bank against ,the rc-  Uotel.h Free,bus to and from railway luolcst'0f,p0ssibilities. .'A* feature, to  station to meet all trains.   r / which attention should   be   .-peoially  ?. Photo post cards at Canada Drug it given- is that brought -out in the,  Book Store. ��������� - , ���������,- ' ,. ,' ��������� President's address when he said in  - Get your inscriptions filled 'at'tlfo icfcrencc to the building up ,of the,  Red Cross Drug Store, they use noth- reserves that Ihey were invested so as  inc but the purest, drugs, and .modi-" to be promptly realizable and ' avail-  oi���������es  ,    , . able   to./meet   any   demands. ;   lhe  Good   goods  alwavs  at BIIOWX'S  Sci.101'il1 ������.t.itoiiioiit is  a  very  sat^fac-  . !    b^y"* ��������� tory one and   indicates    th.it    the- in-  cigar store.   .     . terosts of'the   bbarebolderS' a.e   well ���������..������������������:���������;*, r- " "i:,,",,-     w,.  x\cw view books   of  the mountains.   ,    ,    ,   fl    iuul t,���������lB the 8 hc,:.e of ufe present lockup  was  unsu. aW -1 e  Beauiiful   souvenir   at'   the   Canada. .......... _r M.���������,,.,���������,.,.������������������ ,,������������������,,    ���������,1i���������,.',f���������,i solved to obtain plans for.such lockii|  Adjourned   meeting  held   Monday.,  Present:���������Aid. McLeod, Abrahanison,  Footc,   Field,   McCarter,   Lewis.     In  absence  of  Mayor Ald."McLeod   presided.    '    4,        '- ,^     '.,  "       '.  - Deputy Attorney-General,   asking,  what steps city had taken to establish  lock  up 'for  joint accommodation   of  city and  provincial   pri-oncrs  as  the  Drug & Book Co.  A new shipment of Music Racks,  Folding Book ' Shelves, Whatnot,  Paper Racks, Brackets, Screens and  Blinds. .hist in at John E. Wood's  Big Furniture Store.  We have received from M. J.  Henry, the well-known nurseryman,  an excellent catalogue just issued by  him of his fruit, floral ancl shrubbery  stock.  We have an array of upholstered  good parlor suites, Morris chairs,  couches, divans, etc. A largo quantity  of dining room set ot chairs, the v ry  best that is produced in Canada  futuio of the Bank has boon enlarged  to an extent which promises \evcn  bettor things in time to come.".  us supply you.      John  Big Furniture Store.  E. Wood, the  CHURCHES.  l'Ki:SHYl'EKIAN*.  Morning subject: '-The Encircling  JTost." ' Evening subject: "A Central Thought." ,  .MirmoiHST.  Sunday morning. Oct.  30th. special  service   for , Sunday   school scholars-.  ...    subject, "A Little Foreign Missionary"  J.et  evening subject, '*A Man of One Idea''  BAD BOYS.  LUMBERING  A Gang Before the Court.  For some time a gang of boys in the  city has been productive   of   a   great  ..   ,      deal of annoyance  ly   their   disrepu  NeW Sawmill   tO be   Erected at   table behaviour  and   the  police have  nc������������ ������������" very prooerly   taken   steps to put an  Three   Valley   Lake. end to their pranks.      Five boys were  Tho harvest thanksgiving service  in the Methodist church was largely  attended. The church was tastefully  decorated with fruits and vegetables.  At evening service the choir sang two  inspiring anthems, the second one  having "a soprano and alto obligate  which was sung by Mrs. Bows and  Mrs. Dent, whoso voices blended  beautifully. This choir is fastim-  proving in elVeciency ancl will soon  rank with the best choirs of the large  cities. The congregation was pio-  bably the largest that   over, gathered  Work  will  Le  started   immediately   brought  on  an'ther  sawmill,  which ��������� will   be  week.     Three  of them, charged with  ereftf-d  at  Three  Valley lake, in the destroying poultry belonging to II. N.  about   l.">   mile-!   Wc-=t of  Doyle, were lined $5, $10,   and  .-floor  leir pranks.      l-ivc uoys were    "'"'-' "������������������"-      ������-    - -  * ������ .   .  before  R.  Gordon  J. P., this  in tne church, every scat was occupied  Kaffir* Pa--, about 13 mjlc-1  Revr-lf-toko. The mill will have a capacity of .50,000 foot a day. A site has  bff.'ii Veen red fromthr* Dominion government at tl-.e we.-t end of the lake  and right alongside the railway track.  The ownfi'.-, of the mill have 100  F-.tnarc! mile-of tiiiiU-r taken up within  the railway br>lr and extending -outh  from Throe Valley lake toward-" the  ,~pallumr-he"n river and Mabel lake.  W. W. Bel! r.f Biadlord. I->:nii\vlvai>ia,  i- th" principal rapitali-t in the etiter-  pri-e and M' -M--5. A.McKaeand .~h"on-  m.iokfi- are al-o iritere-t������l _i[r.  ?ch>j������'niiiack.'r will l*1 in ebargc of the  eri'eti'.n of the mill, -.*.Iiie-ii will be  completed in time for opera tin-.' when  -pring r.pen-. Lagging eamp- will  al-o be put in. Thru- Valley lake i=  ���������in ideal -ite fr.r a  null,  .itl'oiding >*x-  varying teims of imprisonment. The  parents of two of them complained  they wore unable to do anything with  them and they were sent to gaol  where they are now serving their  term. Two boys who smashed windows of S. McMabon's premises were  fined but tho fines wore paid by their  parents.  We dont wish to make matters any  worse for the boys by publishing their  names in this instance, but if they  have any regard lor the feelings of  tlieir parents they will let their pros-cut punishment act a-j a warning to  them for the rest of tlieir lives.  The matter has become so serious  tl.at Aid. McCarter propose* to introduce a bylaw specially dealing with  boy culprit-:.  and although many remained ��������� standing throughout the service, dozens  turned away. The ofl'ering for the  day amounted to $230.  On Monday evening an excellent  program was tendered, after which  the Ladies Aid served lefrcshincuts.  Next Monday's Epworth League  meeting in the Methodist cliiuvb will  be in charge of the missionary department. Mr. Goble and Miss Gougb  will icad papers upon the '���������Evangelization of the World in this generation."  And Principal Missions, of the high  school, will give an address on the  "Young People's Forward Movement.'"  solved to obtain plans for.such lockup  for submission to Government.  J?. Fraser, on behalf of health department protesting against garbage  being dumped on river bank without  consent. ��������� Resolved to inform Mr.''  Fraser city had necessary permit and  would abate anv nuisance.  C.  .1.  Wilkes   submitted   plan .*for  snow   plough,   which   be   offered   to  supply   at   $85.���������Referred   tn   Works*.  Committee.      , '  Works Committee recommended  Victoria Uoad sidewalk be raised and  removed otV private property; and that  noxt'sp'ing Hume bo built round  Victoria Road to drain 1). Willis's and  other property.  Resolved to move Victoria Road  s'u'.cwalk withv consent of property  owners.  Aid. McCarter said residents of Me- .  Jvenzie Ave. wanted crossing put in at  Fourth Sticct ancl moved accordingly,  seconded by Aid.-Lewis.���������Carried.  The bvlaw to close lane through  block owned by R. Howson was finally  passed. '-   ���������*,  Resolved to extend rebate date of  payment of taxes to Nov. 2.r>th. ���������*  Aid. McLeod asked if city would  sell tbe oil school for a reading room.  ���������Kcsolved'to call tenders for it.  Aid. McLeod said Second Street re-,  quired repairs.  Aid. Abrahanison said Supt. Jvilpat-  rick had promised a supply of cindeis  for street improvements.  Fall Trade.  Jf you want anything in the Furniture lino conic and sec us, we will give  you a discount on anything we have  in the store. Wo carry a large stock,  we wai.t to do business with you. Jf  you desire credit we will gladly give it    you, come and get   what   you   want.  ancl   pay   us   a   few dollais now and  BriCK   for   Sale. again.    All we want to know is if  you  The undersigned have just burned a  are honest;   Smart   Aloes   w-e   try to  kiln  of  300,(100   brick,  of  first class  keep clear of.      Come and   let us see  quality.    For  price  aud   information  you.���������John E.   Wood,   lhe   Peoples  apply to 0. B. II tune it Co. Furniture Store. ,.a  THE KOOTEKAY MAIL.  /  '���������*$/  TORY  STALWARTS.  Some Leading Lights in the  ' ',*. Conservative Party.  The Conseiv.itivo   pis11y   has in  its  ranks somo grand old political war  horses who enjoyed ruling Canada as  long as they wore entrusted by the  people'with the power of government  " The ranks of the parly arc steadily  being depleted of their veterans, anil  new and younger men arc taking their  places.  Among the'Conservative veterans is  Sir Charles Tunpor, who was' fourteen  times returned to parliament by the  electors of Cumberland, Nova, Scotia,  and'represented that constituency for,  thirty years, only k havo ,his political  life cut, short by defeat last election.  Jle was premier for Nova Scotia at the  time of confederation. During his  service in the Dominion cabinet ho  filled vaiious portfolioes, being minister of inland revenue, customs, public  works, railways, canals, finance, high  commissioner, and premier. Jle ic-  prosented Canada, on the ' fishierics  commission- at Vi'iishington/'and w'a's  one of'tho commissioners to negotiate  iiMreaty between Canada and  France.  of James Dnnsinuir, and retired with  the lesiguatiou of his cabinet, demanded by the Jjieul-govon:oi. He is  waging a hot fight for the fede'ial seal,  .it Victoria'in the piosent elections.  Clubbing Rates.  lour-an club with the Kootknay  ,Mail and Virlnri.i Daily .Times from  now till Dec. aiM.-llJO,-,, fop $5.00, rr  tin* the Wi'.-lih Times and Kootkn'AY  Mail, iiu-liiclii-s: the special holiday  ediiion, foi-$3.()n.' Addip>s  Kootenay Mail"  Hevelstoke, IJ. 0.  THOMAS  , Thomas _ Earlc. formerly one, of  Victoria's 'most highly esteemed merchants, and who represented that city  in.Iho last parliament, is no longer a  candidate, having apparently retired  for goo*: from the federal arena. Jle  was a favoritS' with 'the Conservative  party during his'public life..    "      '  NiOriCK IStfHEKHIY UIVKN Ilml thirty  ... ��������� daj.. nftei dine 1 inlaid lo apply lo the  (Jlncf Cpiiiiiiin-ioiic'i of Land-, ,uid,U ni-k-, foi-ii  special liconio to cat, and curry uv.-av iimlior  noil) Uie fotlouniff ik'-ci'ibi'd land- in llir-  koolenny District:��������� t,  ' N'limbcr One.  Coiniiienciiipat po-a inni ked r"J. T. I'Viilon'-,  S. \\. corner posl" nnd planted two inilusuii-l.  from a poinl on the ea-.t bunk of the Columbia  river, nbouL one and u half mile-, ulwn c nioiith  of Ciuioo river, lhence north 10 chain-,, thence  cant HJO ch.iin-, thence south IU cliiuns. thence  wo-,1 KiU chnins |o place of commencement. .  D.ilcil Sept. -Jl, J0OI.  ,     '   . , Number Two.  Commencing at u po.t miukcil ".I. T. Ken-  loa -. No. 1 corner post," pl.intud two inilcn en-l  li-om a pint on the ca-,L bunk of the Columbia  river, about one and u half miles nboic the  mouth of Cunoo river, tlicncekoiiIIi lOeliiuiih,  'tlicnce east Ilk) chiiin-, lhence aoilli 10 clinli.n,  thence west KJ0 chains lo place of commence-  incut. , < ' .  Bated Sept. 211 Ii. 11*01.  < . JOirS'T. J.-ICNI.ON'.  VTOTJCKi, hereby giiaii llinl, M day-, after  AA ������������le. I iulend l<|-|i|i|ily to (he lion, tho  Uuef ( (imnii-i'.ioiiar of Lands mid Works  for u -iiecml liciin-,0 to cut and enrrj uwiiy  Umber from ihe follow iiiK dosciibutl lands m  nooten.iy Di-tricf:��������� '  (-oiniiicnciiiK al po-a iiinrked ���������'.). Jj/Alnufur-  laiiei. N W. comer jio-L," plnnlcil at J. \V.  .Mntfiii-lnncV, S,\V. corner poi-l, tlicncu south 10  chniiis, thence cusl Hill cliaim.. lhence north 111  chums! thente woht l(XI ch.iiim to'place of commencement. ,  i  Imtetl -iept, 21th, 11101.        ' ' ,    .  .IOIINiLOUNK MAOKAKLANK  HENRY'S NURSERIES  3010 Westminstci 'JKmiil.  "VTOTICE is hereby kivoii Unit, SO'dnys after  i_> . d.ito, 1 intend to apply to the Ohiof Cnm-  nnssioner of Lands and Works for a spocial  liconiO to cut and curry awaj timber from (ho  fullownis do.-cribod lauds iu (ho Koolouiiy  district:��������� '<  Coiiiinciiclnenta post marked "A. R. Mno-  fiulane's N. W. coiner posl," planted one and a  half miles wc-t from ,A. G. Ciiinpion's No. 1  coiner post, thence houtli KKI cliuins, thence  cast 10 chains, thence noith 1G0 cliuins,,(hence  wc-t 10 cliuins lo place of coiiimciicuinciil.  Dated Sept. iliil, 11101.  ,      ALMN ROSS MACFArtLANK.    '  HON. A. B.  AYLESWORTH  The new,Minister in %the Laurier  , <  "  Cabinet.     ,  _'   J  , If there is one'thing more than  another iu which_Sir-,\Vilfiod , Laurier  luih ilLsplaycd conspicuous ability it is  jn.'thc selection of men for public  oflico.- 'When he oiimn into power the  sttong men with whom ho surrounded  himself in'his.ca' inct" was a ' subject  of universal admiration, each province b'eing called on to contribute to  the dominion thec best public men  she had.    .','',.'. ;  > So it bus been in ii'atters in"\vhich  tho interests of tlic dominion as a  whole were entrusted. The best had  to ho got',-and it" was this determination to Iind good men that led''to the  selection   of   A.   IJ.'    Aylesworth," *" of  MOTICK IS irrcilKUY CIV UN* thnt HO dnyi.  1,1 afler (Into 1 intend lo apply lo the Uhlel  Commih-ioner of Lands' and Works for a  special license to cut and carry away Umber  f i   tlie   follow Inn   described hinds in lhe  Ivoolenuy district:     ' '   ���������  Number Ore.  Cominenuiij,' at a post marked   ".I-"-!*,'. > Mac-  fniliiue's S. \V. coiner posl," planted WIchains  south   of  .1. 'I',   '.'onion's N.  \V. coiner.post.1  lhence east KKI ehiiius, thence north  1(1 chains  thence west 1W chains, tlicnce -outh lOehiiii a  to point, cii commencement.        '"      c  -' . r   Number Two.  C'omiiicncliiKtit po-l marked *'J. \V: ,^Iac-  fnrlaiie's S. W. eonn'r post." pliinied 10 cliiuns  south, tlicnce lOcliuin- east ol J. \V. .Miiufai lao's  No. 1 s. W. i-oi ncr post,,thence eu-t lliu chains,  iheni-u noi Ih In cliiim-, lhence west 10*0 cliiuns  (hence south lOcliiinis lo place of commencement. - <,  1  DnUil Sept. 2llli, ���������.'Ml.    .   -  ' .1. W. JIACKAHLAN'K.  Sill CHA71LES IIII3BERT TUPPER  ��������� ��������� k.<;.u.g  Sir Chailcs Jlibbert Tupper, head of  the Conservative party of , British  Columbia, ancl son of Sir Charles, is  taking an active part in the present  contest tjhough not a candidate. Poi  .twenty two years ho has been,a member of the federal parliament. ' lie'has  , held the cabinet  positions at  Ottawa  - of minister of marine'and'fisheries,  justice   ancl   attorney ' general, .and  "���������'soived as British agent at the Paris  tribunal of arbitration in' 1902, 'w here  his services were rewaided by'knight-  hood. - ������������������    - "    c- ���������    - ���������      , ���������, i  HON. GEOUGE  EULIAS   FOSTER  Geo. E. Foster, who is iu the thick  of the fight at Toi on to, has boon a  member of the commons for eighteen  years. He served as minister of  marine, ancl latterly of' finance, in tlio  cabinets of Sir John Al Mncdonald,  Sir John Abbott, Sir John Thompson,  Sir McKen/,ie Bow oil, and Sir Charles  Tupper. Ho was defeated at St. John,  N. B., last election in his effort to  down A'. ,G. Blair. Mr. Foster is  ljeavily inteiested in ,Yale-Cariboo,  being a director of the Kamloops  Lumber Company operating at Kamloops and ,Enderby.  NOJl(.*l-; is hereby rucii thai,30 diijsaftor  dale, J inlond to apph In the lloiiiirublu  the (Jliiuf t'liiniiiissiiiiicr of Lands and Winks,  for a special liecn-e lo cut and cam au.i\ timber f rum llio follinvnii,' do-cribed hinds in the  Iviiotonay Disliicl,:���������      - . <  "  ,. Number One. '  Coniiiienciii(,' .it a |io-t .iuuiked "*' \. G.  Campion's N. W. corner.])Ost," plained one mile  soiilln froin ,i post on the west'bank ot the  Columbia Hivcr, ,-ibout live inile-s-above the  mouth ot C'uaoe Unci-, and marked JC. C  l'-roiney's I-I. 10. corner po������t, thenue eu-i 80  cliiuns, thence south SO chains, tlience,wesl Ml  ehains, thence north &0 chains to place of commencement.       , ,   y  '        Nuinbcr Two. '    ,  , Coininonclai,'ut A. li. i .unpion's No. V post  lib ,ibo\ o described.and running west SO chains,  tlicnce south kO chains,, then eiibl Su chains,  I hence north tii) chains to point of commencement. ' o  Dated Sept. iird, 1001 ��������� '  A. G.'CAMPION.  ���������\TOTIt;JIi is homby (,'ivou thai, 80 days afl or  1> date, 1 intcial to apply to tho Ilonorablo  tho (Jhiof Cominissioiioi of JLnuds aud Works  fora special licouse to cut and carry away timber from tho following described lands in the  Kootenay District:���������1  ) '       Number One' ,  ComiiicncuiK ul n post niarl.cd "U, Donnelly's  S. K. corner posl." planted 10 chains noith fiom'  Niifc'le Occk, and one mile wcsl of Columbia  Hivor. tlicnce west KXl chains, tlieneo noith I'j  chiiin-, tlicnce east  100chains, thence south 10  uliuiiin to,place of commencement.  Number Two.  ('ominonciiiK.it a post nuul.-ed "II. Donnelly's  N. K. eiiincrjiosi, thence west KKlehalns, thence  MJiilll   10 chains, llionco ea-l. KKI chains, tlicnce  noith III chains to plucu of commencement.  Dated Sept. L'Tlh, l'.IOI.  IL DONNELLY. ,  100, OOO, Bulbs  To arrive soon from Holland, Franco  and Japan'.'    ,     '  '/  Thousands of Fruit, and  Ornamental  Trees !   <  Rhododendrons, Roses,  Greenhouse and Hardy-Planth , ''  ' ,    for fall planting.  ��������� *���������  ' Homo-prown and Tmporlod   .  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  always in stock in'seaso'n. ���������  FERTILIZER'S.  i i} ?  Bise Hives-and, Supplies,  Greenhouse full of Plants, Cut Flowers,  Ji'loral Work.  Catalogue free, or call and examine  ���������  stock.  WEILER  VICTORIA,  '. F. DEPT.  B:C.  ' It is to - '  YOUR ADVANTAGE,  when fm nisliing a lionic to consult 'those ^^���������hose experience and'advice  will ensure llie host re������iil*<. We have furnished 'thous.mds of homes in  Western   C.inad.i.atid  jiwh.ips we.can help you:    We are at your service.  , ,    11AVJ3 VOU, OUK CATALOGUE? '  "  'Here's a leader from our Carpet department.        , '"  English Art Squares, in a choice selection of colors,  x3}4 yards,',$13.00,        #   3x4'yhrds,',$15,00./ '  M  J- HENRY,  Vancouvhu, B. C.  Synopsis of Regulations '��������� for^Dlsposal ol  Minerals on Dominion Lands In Manl-  , toba. tho Northwest Territories and  tho Vulion Territory. '    ���������     '*  i-S"'  WON. A. B. AYLESWORTH  .Minister in L.uinor Cabinet.  Toronto, as leading counsel for Canada in the arbitiation between Britain  and America as to tho delimitation of  tho Alaskan boundary. The linn  stand taken at the famous arbitration  by Mr. Aylesworth in defence of Canada's rights at'once endeared him to  the people of the dominion, while tho  groat ability and tact he displayed at  the negotiations commanded tlie respect of the English speaking world.  From that moment he was marked as  a man whose abilities must eventually  be given to,his country's service, ancl  fiom time* to time rumors of his appointment to the Ontario or dominion  cabinet have been published. (Mr.  Aylesworth pondered "long before he  took the final stop, knowing that it  would bo an expensive one to him, as  his law ' practice is very large ancl  profitable, and will 'be _ seriously  hampered by service in the cabinet.  That ho has at last accepted office in  the Laurier cabinet, , is a matter of  congratulation to both the government and the people of Canada.  HON. COL. PRIOR  Col. Prior, who is the Conservative  candidate for Victoria, has taken a  .prominent part in public alVairs. Jle  is a great fiuorito with Victoria people.  His first appearance as a legislator  was when ho was elected for the provincial Icgislatuie in 188(1, aud two  years later resigned to bo nominated  for the common!], whore he sat as representative for Victoria till his unseating at last election. lie occupied  cabinet rank in the McICony.io Howell  cabinet, being controller of inland  revenue. Dining his rotiienient from  federal politics he was nominated for  the provincial house and defeated  E. V. Uodwoll in one of the hottest  lights that ever took place in the province. Me became premier in troublesome times following tlio  resignation  , NOW IS YOUR TIME  to get in your winter supply of coal.  I have just received a full stock of  the above coal and cm make prompt  delivery.  Pay no .ittontion lo others representing they can sell you Gait Coal.  They have not got it and can't get  its. equal. ,   Denying work and furniture moving  a specialty.  Orders left nt W. M. Lawrence's or  R. M. Smytho's will have prompt attention.  J. C   HUTCHISON.  Jas. I. Wpodrow,  ���������/ BUTCHER  t r     1^      *-  Retail Dealer In^^aaazz^p*       .'lf  .    .   -\   BEEF,   PORK,  .;   " '    - MUTTON,- Etc.  Fish and Game'in Season. ".  All orders proniptly Ailed.  Corner* Douglas  aiidKing street?.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  LEARN SHORTHAND, AT HOME,  .^correspondence.    10'weekly lessons  will make you perfect. - 1-,  A  y   OBTAIN 'HIGHER SALARY  Slioithand is nowadays indisponsible  to   everybody. ,, Utilize   spare ,time.  Very moderate fee.     We'procure positions.   Write for free booklet.  Central Cokkhspoxden'ob College,  215, Temple Chambers,  Temple Avenue, London, E.C  " Taking* time by the forelock " is never a more  sensible proceeding* than ���������  at this .season of the year  with Christmas and all its  attendant responsibilities  looming up in the near  future. Gifts caught up  at the last moment, in all  the hurry and "confusion"  of a fortnight or so before  the holidays, are generally  chosen with little regard  for appropriateness, and  it is far wiser, as well as  less tiring- to decide upon  such matters early.  There is a way whereby  one can do Christmas  shopping satisfactorily  without worry or inconvenience. And that way  is through our mail order  department.  SEN*D FOR. OUR IM,TJSTRATED  CATALOGUE���������IT'S FREE    *     --P  Select what you  desire���������  write us���������the  return mail  .K.'*!. Ili'i'iS-}'011 **-*le a,'tic'cs  for examination. Return  any or all of them if they  do not suit, ancl feci under  no obligation to buy.  There are others using  this method in your town,  whv not vou ?  fienry Birfts $ Sons  JEWELI.CRS   AND    SII.VHKSMITI1S  350 and 352 MAIK STREET   I  WINNIPEG ���������  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc, to any part of the City.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  All orders loft at It. M. Srnylire's  Tobacco Store, or by Telephone, No. 7  will receive prompt attention.  ' Coal.���������Coal lands may be purchased al  HO per acie for soft coal'and iw lor anthracite. Not more than 320 acres can  be acquired by one ��������� individual' or company. * Royalty at the rate of ten cents  per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be collected  ,n tlift gross output. '    _  Quartz.���������Persons of eighteen years and  over'and'joint stock companies holding  ', tree miner's certlllcates may obtain entry  ror a mining location.  SA. free mlnei 's, certificate Is granted foi-  >ne or more years, not exceeding- live, up  jn payment in advance of $7.60 per annum for an Individual, and from $50 to  (100 per annum for a company, according  to capital. ,    -. '        '  ��������� A free miner having- discovered mineral  In place, may locate a.claim 1500x1500 feel  by marking out the same with two legal  posts, bearing, location notices, one ai  ,each, end on the line of the lode or vein  p The claim shall be recorded within fifteen days if located ,within ten miles of a  mining recorder's office, one additional  day allowed for every additional ten  miles or fraction. The fee for recording  a claim Is {6.  ,     '    ��������� , '        ,  At least $100 must be expended on tht  claim each year or paid to the mining recorder in lieu thereof.,When $500 has been  expended or paid, the locator may, upon  naving a survey made, and upon complying, with other requirements, purchase  the land at $1.00 an acre.  , Permission, may be granted by the Minister- of the Interior to locate claim--  containing iron and mica, also copper, In  the Yukon" Territory, of an area not exceeding-160-acres.     - -- -   vt-  v  The patent.for a'mining,location shall  provide for the payment of a lojalty of Ui pui  cunt or the sales 01 tlio r.ioducli. 01 lliu location  -, l'lcvoor. Uimiis, r'Manitoba and the N.W.  T., excepting , the 'Yukon. Terntor j.-  Placer mining claims generally are 10c  feet square; entry fee, $5, renewabk  yearly. --'On - the North Saskatchewan  Kiver claims for either bar.or bench,' tiie  former being 1U0 feet long and extending  between high and low water mark. Tin  latter includes bar diggings, but extendi)  back,to the,base of the hill or bank, bui  not exceeding 1,000 feet. Where steam  power- is used, claims ,200 feet wide ma>  be obtained.' ��������� ' - v  .Dredging In the rivers of Manitoba  and the N. \V. T\, excepting the i ukoii  Territory.���������A lice miner m<ii obtain om..  two leases ol 'live mrles each for a lei in  of twenty years, renewable m the disne  tlon of the Minister of the Interior.  ' The lessee's right rs. confined to tlie sub  merged" beds, or- bars of the river beluw,  low water- mark, and subject to the riglii.-  of all persons who have, or who muj n.  ceive entrres'lor bar diggings or beini.  claims, except on the Saskatchewan  Kiver, where the lessee may dredge u  high water mark on each alternate lease  hold.  The lessee shall have a dredge in upei  ation within one season Horn the date ui  the lease for- each irvp miles, but when  a person or company has obtarned muu  than-one lease one dredge for each 111-  teen mrles or fraction is- sullrcieiii  llental, $10 per- annum tor each mile ul  river- leased. Koyalty al the rate ol two  and a halt per* cent collected, on tire output atter rt exceeds $10,000.  .Dredging in the Yukon Territoiy.���������01*  leases of rive miles each may be gi anted  to a free miner for. a pterin of twenti  years, also renewable!  The lessee's right 13 confined to the  submerged bed or bais in the river be  low low water mark, that boundaiy to  be fixed by its position on the 1st day 01  August m the year of the date of the  lease. -   .  The lessee shall have one dredge in op-  of the lease, and one dredge tor eaeii  eratlon within two years lrom the dan.  five miles within six years from sucli  date. * Kental, $100 per mile for tlie Hrbi  year, .and $10 per mile for each subsequent year. Royalty, same as placer mining. *���������  Placer Mining In the Yukon Territory.  ���������Creek, river .gulch and hill claims shall,  not-exceed 250 feet in length, measured  on the base line or general direction ot  the creek or gulch, the width being from  1,000 to 2,000 leet. All other placei, claims,  shall be 2su tcul&qmuu.  Claims are marked by two legal posts,  one at each end, bearing notices. Kmrj  must be obtained within ten days, if the  claim is within ten miles of mining recorder's office. One extra day allowed  for each additional ten miles or fraction  The person or company staking a claim  must hold a free miner's cer titicate.  The discoverer of a new mine is errtitled  to a claim of 1,000 feet in length, and 11  the paity consists of two, l,5uo feet altogether, on tire output of which no royalty  shall be charged, the rest of the party  ordinary claims only.  .Entry fee, $10. Royalty at tire rate ol  two and one-half per cent on the value  of the gold shipped from tho Yukon Territory to be pard to the Comptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant 01  more than one mining claim on each sep-  erate river, creek or gulch, but the same  miner may hold any number of claims  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 bo done on a claim each  year to the value of at least $200.  A certificate that work has been done  must bo obtained each year; If not, the  claim shall be deemed to be abandoned,  and open to occupatron and entry by a  freo miner.  The boundaries of a claim may be defined absolutely by having a survey  made arid publishing notices In the Yukon  Official I Gazette.  Petroleum.���������All unappropriated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, tho North-west  Territories and within tho Yukon Territory are open to prospecting for petroleum, and the minister may reserve for  an Individual or company having machinery on the land to be prospected,  an area of 640 acres. Should tho prospector discover oil in paying quantities,  and satisfactorily establish such diacov-  ery, an area not exceeding 640 acres, including the oil well and such other land  as may be determined, will be sold to  the discoverer at the rate of $1.00 an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate as  may be specified by order-ln-councll.  Department of the Interior. Ottawa,  Fobruary, 1001,  ������������������"   JAMES A. SMART  Deputy of the MlnUtar of the- Interior.  Wing Chung's newly im-'  ���������ported- stock'of  Chinese  and Japanese goods.-    ��������� ,  The best assortment ever  landed   in . Revelstoke 'of  .useful  ''articles:  Tea services   "  Plutcs  Ilutkcls *  .(Jane Chairs  Handkerchiefs  and  ornamental  '    "KICIHI'I   I'llll-  Umbicllii SIiiihI-  .    Lnncli I'liskut*  SmokiiiK .InUccli-  Silk (.Willi.  ,  '.-.      , "  GOLD FrSH  Fiiict stock of candies,1 and fruit Inlou-n  Front Street,  Revelstoke  ". I  .     '1 ii  REVELSTOKE;; B: a  WASHI'NG, LAUNDKY.  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Can't be  bcnlcn in tlie City. *-  front st., Revelstoke.  v , < J >     r, ���������     . c - y ,        .  tSfrt fito rfa ftfl rlh ntrt rito f*trt otrt dti&n rtrt (fn(^-$e^n(^nf^^^t^f^^f^t^nr^4f^r$^f^,  ,-?��������� -=- -sm-s- t ��������� -5- ��������� -ri- ��������� ��������� ��������� -=-*-5-,���������  ....... ,��������� '��������� ��������� -=������������������=-  HOTEL ; LARDEAU  '        COMAPLIX': ���������  t4)  ($)'-  ������$������ '  A. 11  ntn The Best House in'Town.,  ������$<  .���������4?  rffl  Well Furnished  Best Brands.of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  ': Sf  ��������� <*it������  - Good Table $q -  - 4 r-  1 ,  "z\^yt  l ' "  lr  ji     ,  ',  ���������.' ��������� "j 1  '   jj *  '1   j  <?  \<x ~  ~'\  * _���������"���������"* l  1  ;��������� ~_  ?>x-  ���������J'   1  - ���������'   , .'-'I  Wi HAMILTON, Proprietor  t^r^r^f^^t%^f^t^f^f^^f^^^f^<^^^^^^t^>^t^t^^r^^  i^    r~'"'*    '' I  Z\       .s     ^ 'I  ueens  COMAPLIX  Tins slioillmii'l is totn'.lj dillerent to nil  iillibr.. It iinlv t.il.'es weeks to lc.irn. insla.ul  of months, or yo.ir������. It enn'bo ro.ul likeprinl  .VI, tlio fourth li)-.-.!)!! jo"  wnto 10 words, .md nt  llio lOlll los-onil   UX)  wold-   11   niilllllu.    Tlio/ir-l.  threo bisons cn.il)lo<- you to ninUe iirivntu  nolo?, ami tho Dili lesson lirinss sou In unrrc-,-  pmidniK stylo, the 2()Ui and fiiml, lcmiii lo ro-  porlniK Jit takes but two hour-, to In.irn llie  lint, lesson, and 11 spccinion may bo seen at the  Kootenay Mail on application to the in.iniiKcr,  Mr.'H.if-eon , Lo?^on������ by mail nro ninlo oiisy.  Wo Riinraiitoo succors. Our younuo^t pupils  nro U'A, and the oldest 82. Typon rituiK UiukIiI  by mail Wo forward you lesson sheotsto touch  jou tho correct fiiiKoniiB���������all tho fliiKcrs. AU  aro tannlit on tho blind touch system. Write,  sayini,' tho niachino jou havo. or if wo arc to  supply you with a Now or Second hand one  Wo do not hire out inacliinos.   *  TJKKMS���������For shorthand SI0 to completion,  pajablo by instalmonts. Typowntini} t2". to  completion, but p.ijment in .-idvanco. Address  the Secretary. Studios Viincoiivor, Gr.inviUo  at.,'15ox S(il; Victoria, Yalos St., P O  llox 170.  The Master Mechanic s Pure Tin- Soup heals  and softens the skin, while promptly cleansing  it of gi-oasc, oil, rust, etc Invaluable for me  chanics, funnels, sportsmen. Free sample of  receipt of 2c. for postage Albert loilot boap  Co., niaiiufncturei-s, Montreal.  100 SILK PIECES!  Extra largo Bilk and satins for fancy-  work, Lovely colois sure to please, with book  of fancy woik and aitislic premium, Al.l. foils cenls, 2 lots for 2,)c, Money returned )ii-  stantly if notns ronri'senled. Illiislrnteil 1,(81  KRKK. Address: EXCELLO CO., 472 Main  Stroot, East Orange, N. J.   ,  fflmmm  Stnndara lamody (or Gloct,  Gonorrhoea and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles.  IMW  DON'T  MARRY. DOCTOR or lies  pair, "Don't do  a thing  till you soo cloarly what s  host by aid or Flashlights-  on Human Nature, on health, tlisonsi-, love,  inarriii-ju nnd iiiiranliigo. Tolls what Jim il ask  a doctor, butdon't like to. 210 pimus, illuslnil-  od, 2r.cents; but to intniducc it wo send nno  only to nny adult Tor postiiKO. 10 conts. M.  HILL PUB. CO., 129East 28th Stroot, New  York.  , CHIEF YOUNG,    -       -       -     .Proprietor.'.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars."  Travellers to Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this Hotel.      -   ,  imiirsnKi  "C     ^   u^.-."  -'  PEEFECTIOZv   COCOA  , It is absolutely pure  COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE ICINGS,  CREAM BARS ETC. ARE VERY CHOICEST QUALITY    ,  ,  The COWAN CO., Limited, Toronto  . U!  E.  B.   EDDY'S  ^  " KING EDWARD." 1000s  ^  S������>  "IIRADLIGILT," 500:,  " RAGLE." 100-s .mil 200<  , '* VICTOrUA,"  ^  ������������������LITTLE COMET."  FOB   SALE   EVERYWHERE.  '  Are the Best that can be bought.  Don't experiment  with other and inferior brands.  USE   EDDY'S THE KOOTENAY MAIL,  If you think you   would like  to start' [ ���������  TAKING   PHOTOGRAPHS  just call and seethe variety of  KODAKS  . AND  CAMERAS  CANADA DRUG &  ,    BOOK CO.  They keep   all ,the   necessary  supplies and chemicals.  r        "        u , f  Call, or'send a post card, for  Catalogue. '  ,     '  Wood for sale* at  yeduced prices for a  few: days.  ���������  <, Empire Lumber Co.  ** *��������� * ' '     ''  ���������** '  "     *- L.  dominion ELECTIONS,  TO-THE electors;  W. A. Galliher  " Liberal Candidate for Kootcmiy will  ��������� address tlio electors as follows:  - "i     u     "  EEVEL.sJ'OfCE, Ouein  House, Wednesday, Nov. 2nd.  ARROWHEAD, Friday, Nuy'.Mlli.  >"AJ-ClJSI>)>Siitiiidiiy, JS'oy. .-Jtli.  ,  BEATON, .Monday, Nov. 7lJi.  COMApIAX, J-Jondny, Nov. 7th.  CAMBORNE, Tuesday, Nov.Stli,.'  Every��������� elector should1 niiike . it a  point to be piescnt at the mauling in  his locality. ' , " " >  v Conservatives as well aa Liberals are  invited to be presciit,-sind Opposition  speakers will luivc an opportunity to  reply. v ������������������ .    ,    '   i    . "  "Oon 8avk Tim: 1-Cixa.     ,   ,.,  r   T11E.OELEBHATED    '���������   '  Battle Creek Sanitarium  f     foods:,  Ghanosji Biscuits���������Supi-i-iqi-  to %any  "otlii'r cereal preparation.  Gkanola and Malteij'Cereal���������pei-  fectlv digestible* and cU'licioiie.  1 In Gi'.molii contains, all the im-  tritnent of 3 lbs best' beef.  Protose-.A pei feet substitute foi ik-hli  .   foods:  most   wonderful  diseoveiy  in dietetics in  last half ci-nlury���������n  purely vegetable combination.  Meltose or Malt   Honey���������A  wel  come   substitute    for   sugar   and  syrups.        ..  No Coffee and Caramel Ceiieal  JDeliciou5* lic.iltli drinks.  KONL'T���������At last the substitute for lard  made from the pure oil of the cocoa nut.  Broj'iose. I.ntaxola, Malted Nuts.  Unjkehmented Giui'E Juice, etc.,  dainty dietetic specialties to be  had only at '  BOURNE BROS,  THE LEADING (JKOCEKS.  "  A GOOD WIFE  is made,1 not horn. Home, making is a  profession and iequire> the same de-  giee of technical training a1- Law or  medicine.  The future of the mil inn is conditional upon the chaiactor of home  Mife.  A knowledge of Household Science  makes housewoik CT-ier. She set" a  better table at smaller cost, and finds  more time for self improvement.  The Canadian Correspondence College  is the only school offering this course  bv mail. .  Fur full infm-mulimi and Huokli'l  address  The KA.Mi.onrs Genkkal Agency  K.iniloop=, n, C.  What Do  You Want  In a Drug Store?  Here is a splendidly .equipped and carefully conducted  prescription department.  Here are all the recognized  remedies'in their best and most  efficacious forms.  Hart are toilet articles of all  descriptions for all purposes of  health and  beauty.  AT THE  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  Notice to Creditors.  Ill 1 lH*   IlllltllT    (if    .Il'IIIIK*    lilllllllll*.    tlCUlMSCll.  mill In llio iiiiiIKt ill Uii:"()llliiiil Ailiinins  ti'nlois' Ai;l." '       ,     ,  NIOTiCK IS 1IKIIKIIY (IIVK.V Ilml liyoirtcr  I 01 His llutioi' Amlicw l.ciiiiiy. Coiiin.v  ���������IikIKu, il.ili'il lln* 121 ll liny iifOi'Hiii'i*. !'.������n.  (lemur Hmilli .MdJiuli'i. Ollii ml AilniniK  liiilni"'l(ii' Ilml piiil ol .,l-:iHili,iiii.V|,''iiiiiily  coiniiiNud wil hiii I lie Iti'VcMokc l'.l('i'l(inil  IlWiiui,, Im-. lii*(*n���������K;r.iiili il lellci-of milium*'  I nil ion,   In   iiiliiiiiil-HT   nil   "I'd   miihiiIiii- lln-  I'StlltO (ll  Jollllio (illlllllll*. (IClCIWll, IlltlMlllO.  And liullicr Iiiko noliiii- Hull nil i-.l.iiin-,, ii|ii>ii  Ihu slid c-lalu iiiiisI Im will into I lie niiiI Ad-  IllilllstllllOl', ill  In- ulllcu, Illll'UI-lill lillllK  lil'irk,  KuvuMoLu, H. ('.. wil liin mi days rioin llioduli*  liijiiiof. iirior which llmi) nil liiooccil- will in*  ilislnliiiUil iiiiiiint? I In' li.irlli". Jiiwlully llii'in  iiiitiii'iililli'd. ,     ..,,,,.  t (IcniKu Smith Met iii-lcr.  Ollluiul AdiiiiiiNlmlin-.  Hilled llio lillli dny (if'Oi'loliM*, I'.IIH.  NOTICE.  VTOTICK   is Im  !>' 'Sinuiiilmr.  U������il,  hiin-hy  (,'iii'ii  lli.il  "ii  'ho ,',(11 h  ,������������������,.    IWlf.  nl 'I a. m-"t Hi" I,''.'"/1  llolW), Ul'MllslllI,!',   II. (!.,   IIIM.IlClllnill   will     hi  iiinilo h*. Iim iiiiilor-iKiieil In Iho .IiicIko of Urn  Coiinli ('i-iii-l.il luiiiliiiiiiy. imdorlliu provisions  i.r llio Itivois iiiulSlnmins Act, t(i lix tliouiiiiiiinl,  which ih-riiii(loi-.l-,'ii-)(l shiill Im ul Jilioiiyui  I'lllUKO fur Hills, Imi'iii'IIKII. lllfllllK. ill IVIHK ���������������������  Inf.". mul liniliiii  mid   f������i- UiliinK enio ������r *;{'"!'  imlll (lolii/aiori ind nl Iho moiilli id llio I'lsli  Hhor or KMi llii-ok in lhe Histrlcl "f WoM,  Koiiloiiiiv, iin'dor Ihu iiiillmrily Ki.nilril (o Iho  iinilnrslKiiod    hy  -Ih"    bioiifi)iiiiii(-li(ivi.|iini* in  "Ste'K'C&iS'life^i^MI'ANY.IJMlTB.),  NOTICE.  SIXTY diiys ufloi- ilnlo wc the lindcrsiKiii'd  iiioinolci-s iiid'udiniikiiiKiipiilic'ilioii lo tlio  Chief Ciiiniiii^sionoi- of L.inds nnd Works, for  poriiiNsiuii If) clem- d.ilinon I'rcck of obitruu-  lions und iniiku inipiovoiiiciils, for tlic purpose  of dnvliiK l"-?*' down s.ud creek, licKinniiiK nt n  poinl nenr mil lei of AnnslioiiK Uiko, H. U.,  lhence following -nid creek to its nioiilli where,  il, enlers norlh eiisl.iirni of Upper Anew Luke.  y J   ' GKIMSUY & MUIII'IIY.  I).il(.(Uliis2lsl d.ivOclol'ier, MIDI.       '       -     ''  liculon. H. U.      , '  N  0TI13K IS HKllBllY UIYBN IhnU Iliirly  6uvK after diile I inlenil lo imply,.lo (ho  Olili-f Coiiimis-ioiierof I mils nnd iVnrks forn  specinl license to cut nnd ouriy iinny limber  li-oin 'Ihu followiiiK'-desci-ilicd hinds in lhe  koolenay Uisliicl:. ,     ���������     c "      '      r  C'oniiiiciiciiiKiil n |iOsliii.u-l<c(l '.I. Jl. Kcllie'.s  S. \V. minor posl"nnd phinlcd on ensl, o.ink of  lliiliiinlii.i Kiver, .ibout  one nnle lielow iiioulh  of Al.iloni'V  (Iruck.  lhence noilh    II") eh.uiis,  Ihonuo ohm* 10 cliiuns, llionco sonlli ll.'JI cliuins,  I lionco1" usl 1(1 cliiuns lo the plnce or commence-  iiionl. , ,      .  i a. I  C'oniineiiciiiKnl n posl in.irked "J.JII. KollieV  S iK. coi-ner posl" nnd pliintcd nl wcsl, li.ink ol  (Joliimliiii Hh-ei, .iiionl I wo miles below iiionl h  of,.Miiloney  (Jicok,   lhence  iioi'Lh   l(.'J  i.hnins.  lhence nosl. I() oh.iint., (bcmesoiilb IC) eh.uiis,  llienee cusl, Hiclhiins lo plnccof eomincncciiieiil.  JJUIul lliis 27tb d.iy oi September. I'llll.  ,1. AI. KKUAK  tin  FOR SALE.BV TENDER  Tho Citv Council i1- prep.nod to receive Ton-  dors foi llio iinichiisc of tho old school building  slnndiii'; in tho souths est comer of (ho (jionnds  . Tho pmcliii^oi will bo rei|iiirod tn mo\o tlio  liiiildinK .iw.-iy within two Mooks Irinn date of  puicli.ihe. . v     .   ,    ,  H.ich louder iiinsl bo .icciim pinned by ,i  innrkod chwino fii.ijnblo lo (he Cily Tioiismier]  for lhe .iiiiuuiil otluicd . '  Tendeia to ro.ich llio iindcrMKiiod ,1111 or be-  loro Nov. I. IMI.       '     L  The hiiiliosl or nny lender not nocots.ii i|> nc-  ceiilud. " ��������� ' ^ *      ' .  ���������'      II, FLOY 11, UilyClork.  llnled Ocl. ���������ilitli, l!WI.     ,������. i  MO'I'ICK Iri IIKKKUV GIVKN hill .10 diiys  1> nllei dnle I intcii.l to uuply lo 11"* 0Mu\  ('oiiiniissloiii.rol I/iiidMiiiil Works lornspec.il  biense in ciil mid enny awny llinhei- from the  fiilhiwiii|,'il(-ei'llicd  hinds in  Wcsl   Ivoiilonuy  .llsti-ii.l:-- .,,'/,'  Number One.  (���������(iiiiiiuMicinit.il npo-l iiinrked *\\ in l.ownns  niii-lh wesl   eiiinei- post, Nn. I    plniileil nu  lln,  ensl bunk of I'niKslon Cieek. iilioiil tliree iiiilo-  .iliiiNe in.mill ol   Ue-t Hr.ineh,  lhence eiusl S  eh.iitis. thence soul ll Ml chains, .llioneo  wcsl Mi  'el w, ill. mo urn Ih WlulmiiMlo pniiil of com  incut eiiu'iit,.  IJ.lled Oilnbei Sth. Midi.���������  ,  , iS'iinibci'Two.  ,   (.onini iiiKiiluposl inni-ki'd "\\ iii.dowiiiis  No. a I'liilhensl coiner post planted on he  e.isi b.inl. of I'iiiKslon Click nboulthree miles  nliiivo moiilh ol Wesl lli-i'iich, Ihonco weM ,S  cliuins, (hence Minth hllehiuns, tlienco eust bil  ohuiiis, I hence noi I h,S0 ehnliis lo point, of coin-  inonceineiil. ' '  Diilcd OitoberSlh, l!HII.-���������  Niniibei- Thnio.  CuniiiiciioinKiil nposl nmrked "Wiii.f.oivnn-  Nn. :i north eust, corner post, pUnlcl on 11  eiisl ii.uik ot l'iii(,'slou Creek, nboul seven mil  nliuvo moiilh ol West Uiutich, llionco ������o-"-  ehniiis, IhciKO ���������sonlli hO chiiins, lhence eiihl.MI  cliniiN, 1 hem cnoi lb Sneh.iins lo poinl, of colli-  ineneonii'iil.        ' '     ,  D.ited Ortnl-ci-t-lli. HUM. i ,.    '  '        Number Knor.  ('oninieiieiiii; nl n poslniiirkcil "\\ iii.tjowiiiih  No. I noilli-wi.sl, cin-nor posl,' plnnled on the  ensl bmil. of rniu>liiu Cieek, nboiil, loin; und u  hull .inili-Mibive ihoi mmilh ol Wesl Hi-iinoli.  Iheuee cusl Ml ehniiis, Ihoncu miiiIIi M ohiiin������,  lhence ������esl,Mlolmiii". Ilieneo noilh.S(iehiiins lo  polul ol eniiimciii'cmenl.  Ilulcil OcKibni'.MIi, HUH.  , ' Number 1'Ive. ���������     ,  (Joiiiiiieni-iiiK nl n posl iiinrked '���������W'ni.CiOWiiiis  No. ,*i noilh-(Uhl eonier pml,' iiliinlcd ������n Iho  ensl hunk of 1'iiiKslon Creek, uliiiul. four und u  hiilf miles iibovolho inoiil'iof \\ est, Jimiieh,  llii'iico \\es|,,Mi(bii"is, iheuee soulh Ml chiilni,  Iheuee ensl,Ml chains Ibenco norlli (jllcliiiliw lo  poinl nf eoiniiicuceuioiil.  Jlulcd Oclobei-Mb, Mill.  1 Nuniber Siv.  Cniiiiiiciii'.liiK ul.u pO'lnmrkeil "Win.dowiin s  No. (inoi-lh-wesl, coiner po u, liliinteil on Ihu  cusl bunk nl rin-.'s.on Creek, nboul, live undo  hiilf inilciibove tho moiilli of I lie S\ cs(, llriiiioli,  lhence en-l SO olur-is, llienee soulb 80 cliuins,  lhence wc-l'SO chains llftincu norlli bOuliuliis li>  poinl of coniirciiceinonl.  Dined OclobcrSlb. 1001.     .  1       Niiiiibei' Sown. ������  CoininciieiiiK nt, u |i3s( nmrked "\\ ni.llowiiii s  No. 7 mulli cunt, loruci' po-!," plnnled on lhe  ensl bunk of i'liif-Mon Cieek. nboul live unit u  hnlf miles above lbe moiilh of I ho'Wesl,  lir.incli, llienee wcslf'J elm' is, ll-enee south Ml  cliuins, llicni-e east, Ml ulmluc lhence noi-lliMi  chains lo point, of coininenceiiienl.  ,l)u(eil Oclobei ,Slh. IUUI. .,     -  Siimhoi' KIkIiI.      .  Coniuiciiuimriil upiislmurkdl "Wm.Cowan's  No. Ssoinh-o.isl eoincr jiosl, " planted nboul 10  ohniiiscnst on bl.wcd line oi No. I 'io,L ubiive  described, lhence noi-lb 10 oh.tins. Inonce wcsl,  IWl chains, lhence soulh 10 ehniiis, llienee ciM  Kill cli'iius (o poinl, of coinmoneoiuoul  I l.i I oil OcloboivSih. l'.IOI.' t '  '   '      Niniibei Nine.  (-oimnciiciiiK ul, u post, nun ked "Wiii.Uow.ui.s  No, IIso,il1i-������cs| coi-noi- posl," planted on (ho  cusl b.iuk of I'iiu-vIoii Creek nboul seven miles  ubove the iiioulh of WoM, lir.incli, lhence cisl  Ml ehniiis, thence noi lb SO ehniiis, lhence west  M) chains, Ibciici' south SO ch.init, lo poinl ol  coininciuctnciit.  D.iled OcloborSlh, 11)01.  i Number Ten.- |  Comiuciieing.ilu post,in.ii-kcd "W'm.GuwtiiH'  No. 10 sonlli e.isi, coi-nor po.l, plnnled on lbe  ci-l bunk of I'niKslon Crook nboul .seven niilc-  ubovo lliu iiioulh of Wcsl, lli-anob, Ibenco wesl  SOchniiis, lhence norlli SO eb.iins, llionco e.islSO  cliuins, thciicofcoulh SO oii.iins lo poinl ol coin-  ineneemuiil, *'*  U.ilud Ocloboi Sib, 1IK.I.  Niiinber Kle\en. 'o  1 Coininiiiuii:i;.il,a posl iiinrked" Win. (iow.in s  No. II soiilhroust, eonier posl;" pluntcd nboul  livcnly chains noi llion n blnml line rininiuK  noilh lroni Hoyd's cabin, abouroiKlil mills  above lbe moiilli of W. si, Uriinch of I'mnslon  Ci-cck. Ihonco north 1(10cliuins, lhence west 10  ehuins, llienee sonlli Kill cliuins. Lhence'cusl 10  ehniiis Lo poinl ol comiiieiicomeiil.    -  , NOTICE.  *i KTKH NOV." lsi;,n:yi, the Similiiv  j^\_ lnj)s t>l' I hi* Steamer fieorgi' P.  I'ipi'r, botwi'i'ii Coiimplix,* He.-iUui nnd  Ari-owlip.id,- will lioDISCJONTINUIiD  until fm thi'i- niilice.    ' ,...'-  ���������:       J5MPIRI3 LUiMHEll (JO. JAd.    -.  Bv 'A. F. Duiljjeon, M������;r.   t  For Sale  ���������Jlorsc,  wagon,  bobsleighs,  linrncss  and truck.    Apply td~  C. A. EKYl'JLL,  *    First street, Revelstoke.  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Waier & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings, ���������  Electric Lamps, Door, Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtr-es lfmfs Putin.  r    ������������������^       ��������� i  Second Street, Revelstoke-  .lllllll^    I,"    |H'IMl,   ������"    111' .j I .wv. ��������� iiun  IJ.iled OcloberSlh. I'JOI. ,  -��������� * Number Twelve.  .Coiiiinunui.iK iiluposiniurked "Win.liouiin'.s  No li soutb-wesL collier pod.", plnnled on li  bln/.cd line nboul 2S cbiiinscisl ol No. 11 post,  above ilu-t-i ibud. ��������� lhence noi-lb 1(!0 cliuins,  lhence e.isi 10 clt.iins. lhence soul h ' 100 chains,  thence wesl 10 cliiuns lo plate of commence  ineid.  D.ited Obtnbi'i'Mh. l!Ki'  WM. COWAN  ���������VrO'J'iCi: ' is hcieby Kiien that HO d.ij.s  IN aTlor dnlo I intend to applj to tho Honor  able  Llie  Chief  l'oniini?sionor  of.Iiaiids  and  Woik's  for II   ilineilll   Ilronso l>>   out   and  e.nij  .iwnv timber lroni llio fiilhmniB (loscribml  liinds, in ino Koiiloiiny Disliici: r  , .Ni'mber One. ,  ConinienciiiKal poinL,marked " P. II. SI.io-  farl.ine'f, N. 10 cornoi- posl,'\pliiutcd beside A.  I!. JIaofuiiiiiie'< N. \\. comer post, lhence  south SOuli-un*.. thence wesl Ml cbniu~. thunce  noi I li bb chains, lhence oiibbfeO chains to iilace  of eonimeiieciiicnt.  <     Number Two.  G'omiiieiicim; at, IX II. .M.icfiirlunc'.s N. K.  cornerposi uooie described', tlicnce noilh to  chain-, (bonce uosl SO chains, tlicnce soulh tO  cliiiin.s. Lhence c.-e-L bO chains co place of commencement.  Dated Scpl. *J.*tid, 1901.  D. Jl. MACFARLAnE.   (,  NOTICE.  Thir y duy.s afier date I intend to apply to  the Honorable Chief Coiiimi���������ioncr of Lands  and Work for a .special license to cut and carry  iwor   timber  from   the   following   descubed  lands:���������  1.  Comiurncin-.- at a po-.t marked It-T. ITud-on.  about HKi jarclr from tho lower-hore of Arm-  t,lrons Like, thoncc 10 chain? c������,i, tbc-nce in  norlh". thence 10 chains ������m, thence 1G0 chaun  souili to the point of commencement.  Commcncim; al post marked R. T. Hudson,  on the we-lhank ol .-.-ilmon Crrpk. about half-  ���������i-nulu from b. GrahamV .-urveyed land, lhence  10 chain- wis-t, thence HM cha'n= -onth, thence  ID chain- easl, thence 101 north to the point of  commencement.  -  .-���������epr- 10,1C0I. R..T. HL-DSON.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Annual Balance Sheet.  At tlie Il'th Annual General Jleetini; ol tbe Jlnl=oits Bank, hold .it JInntre.il on  October 17th  TlieHeiior.il Jl.uinaer read Trom theJ.Vnnii.il Ileiiort: . ...... ,   ,.  liciitlemon.���������The Director-havo plea-ure in pr.'sentui^ Ibi-,   Hi", Fortj-Ninth Aririn.il   Ke-  port or tlic bu-iiie���������of tho Hank Tor tbe year Piidin������-V)th September. IW. _      ,...,. ,  We have had another prosperous year, the net profit- beim; ������l...,i!*-l..^, <������������������( which the iisnal  dividends m 'I percent, h.-no taken KliW.'J-JO .12. and flMOU) Im- b<*en adde.i  U. tlio Ri���������jrve lurid  The balance now at credit, of Profit and Lo��������� Account i- ������(.,077,18  The Reserve Fund now equals our paid-up capital of HfiVOJH))  General Statement of the Affairs of The" Molsons Bank  30th September,-190*4. '    ,  Now on the market, choice residential property on 1,7th Street,  Blocks 51 ��������� and ,54 surveyed into  lots, 50x100 feet,      ;  00  and upwards, on easy terms.  LIABILITIES.  C.i*f)ii.il. paid up   _   ��������� ���������  Re-.������rvo  Fuml     .        *i .   -  Hebate on Notes (li-count"d .  Profit and l.o-- Aeeounr.       .. .    .  (���������Mh Dividend. Ii.tlfycir at!) percent. P'*r ariniim.  Divideti'U imriaimrd.  riiiere-t^Kxrhani:'.. etc . re-erve.1  Note- in Circulatioi t .   ...  ihil.ince rlue to Dominion   (inv.,rui������..|it       Ilal.ilic... due to  I'roviiiri.il   (ii.v.T imoiil-   Depo-it-not ii.'.irinir interest  I).-p.i-its heariti.-y fntere-t  DejK.-its by r..reiiro Hanks   .    Due to oilier Hanks in Ciii.'id.i      ...  Due to Agents in t'niled Kim.'doiii. .     .. .  Other Liabilities   . .    ���������A'*-:'.'!<>> Hi  Hli.it I III  .{7.1177 H  IVi.C'l l-'i  ll'i ir_>  117 7S7 1,7  J..������"JS..������7 ( l  .w.tn -.i  ni.r.i -,i  l.3<i,VJ*l -.'i  ir, *.M I", i u  ���������'1,101 .i'l  ���������JIV-Co '.7  !'.(   II  iZ.IM.IF.) I-)  j.ivj. t'������. ji  ASSETS  .Speele  Donilllioil  N'ote-  i",l ->,l,-|.|  I .*,-.������, Il,'l  Depo-it witli the Duininion (iovr-ruiiient to -eeiiro Note Circul ilion  Notes of .ili(l (*lier]iies on other  H-ink-.  Due from other Hanks in  Canada        ... .  . ,        ,  Due from r.ireixii Airfoil- ....  Due from Agents in (Inl'.d Kingdom .       *  Doiniiiioti 'inrl I'roviiiri.il (lovernirient  S.-curitK-  Miinicipal, I(.iilwa>, I'ublie and other H.'curil ie.  ('all and Slu.rl Loans r.u Honds e.ud  Stoeks  Hill- IH-oiiinte'l and Cnrreiil   .  Hills past duo (est im.tied loss provided for) ...  Ileal I'slnte other than Hank   Pr.-mi-e-  Mm traces on Ueal H-,tate -old by the  Hank ...  Hank I'remi-o- at  lle.irl Olhre and   IJr.inf-l.es    .  Otlier A���������cts  PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT,  Hal.nice al credil oT I'rofit anrl Loss Aecoiuil on filh b'-plembor, Kill"!  >e.ir. aTtor dediiclini,'e/iioiis. s.,r in,iu,ii.'iimonl1 ro--  Net I'rolits b.r I Ik .  oivalir.ii b.r interest accnii d on deposils,   e/elialiL,'.-.  forbad and doiiblfiil   dobl-  ,ind ^provision  Approoriati*.! as rollow-: ���������  HTlli Diiidoi.d nl. r..lc<.f !i |.or (.(.lit., per ai.iiiiin, 2nd April, lf.,ll...  Il-Sth Div-idoiifl al, ralo ofd per cool,, per^inmiui, IsL Oclobor, IJiOI.  Hiisine.ss Tuxes  ,,,  Kx pond i lure on Hank I'remises at llraiiches   (Jon Iri billion In O (Hours' ronsion Kiiud   Added to Ko.sorvo Fluid    :i.Wi,i'i.������ ->.  f27.������;w,iri 70  i\ ,-ir, 1L'7 'IS  Wi ������/) r,'i  7'.7.I*(S 0]  212.777 .V,  i,jos,m*-S ,<7  ::01| ai  r,,iVI)MiV CO  i,si:. wi -jo   '.I iV',7'7 (il  I7,(i7'*,7i*.-> (/i  IliS,'.'!!! u;  (hi,to-; on  ���������*.7,w. 2s  .iiHI.C.I (.'I  III -.70 -St  ��������� ���������---- ly/iTi.-.i 2i  i27,SH,ll'i 70  <2-.,7-,-, 'I I  I-.7.2MI 72  fHlllli*. I.I  $i.:i  r:.  n,  ii  in.1  i.vi,  ,'.CJ!l .12  frit) W  :n.H.-,.-,  (Kill Ml  ow on  CHAS.  J.  QUINAN;  JManagcr.        | Loavint,' ut credit of Profit and Loss Account, Willi Hoptombor, 1001.  Il.",,!-f*!l ir,  ffl.077 18  I    " '  ��������� ,   We have decided lo present $10.00 worth of*'Fruit Trees  y 1 ' , ��������� "���������'���������'',���������'.  to each acre-of land sold in the fruit gardens near McKenzie  Avenue.''   LOW   Pk'lCRS   AN,D JIASY   TERMS..  REVELSTOKE INSURANCE AGENCY  .->  limited  ; ;���������;���������/;,  ;,,. "'     , J ,    ���������,': Agents.' ������������������;  ,.    -    -  , t      ��������� 1  . ' A' ",  a ' ' '.' -  '��������� '' 1   '~"   y''    n   ���������'    n .,  The Highest Award  and Gold Medal  has been given to-the.1--,  "\  cp.  , At the St.' Louis Exposition.  STOVES  Susl. iirrivcrt ii'cnrlimil  nl"  Slnvcs.  comprising Ht.ei'l   Ilui-Ki's,  Uook  Slovos, Cnnl Hi������,*il,in*,rSI,(ivi'B, Wood Ili'iiLiiiK'Sldvcs.       . ' ,  ,'     Air Tight Heaters from $3 50"up. ' ',        '  ��������� Wi'iirf.slinwiiif,' I.I10 liiiushlini; nf Wood  I li'iitcrs'i'Vi'i* sliown in tliis  , Goods of lliu bust, (union   iniidc).      Prices or  Mils  best, nnd  values'  mUW.dM. LAWRENCE,"Revelstoke -'���������  .      -     '*    AruiiL TILmiN-GUHNKV 00, lliiinilLon.  And wo nvo.rc'iuly for tlic (,ni(lc,     Rvorytliing in connection with  tliis lioiino is lii-st cluss, ���������' .Our selection of Woollens is the best. ,  \Y<s cut every garment with 11 perfect style nnd lit, nnd the work-  ,* i   ,  '    iniiiiHliip'Kivcs it 11 beiiutifiil'linisli, 11 joy to the ciibtomer.       ���������' ,    ,  SON THE TAILOR  MclCKNZIK AVENUI3,   "  NISXT TAYLQU RLO0K.  CIGARS  TOBACCOS  "PIPES;  WE    WANT  YOUR TRADE   :  AND   IjN    HKTURN   Wli 'WILL   GIVK  ,    YOU'GOOI).GOODS AT TII 10 LOW'HST   .'  ;,    ���������,    ,'       MARKIOT  'I'HICKS. ',] '  ^  BROWN'S  WIlOI.IlSAI.i:        ���������       > Ri:'l'All,      '   ,  M-II'K    KUl'AIHINO "A    SPKCIAl/rV.'-  I&d  When j'ou conic to Revclbtoku take  (lie Central -Hotel lui.s and you will  find the beist hold accommodation, in  the city. v     ,    -  ., Flowers and ���������'vegetables nil winter,  carnations, clirysantheniiinib, lettuce  and watcroicss. _ Floral designs 11  specialty,���������,1. Mai.iiy*,* Florist.  tKEnSTO^AT  POET;  Jiut tliero nre iictifal conditions working best with Nature's law;  . /Phis is so wlien milking shingles if you-use a Uuuton-Saw.  '[ Wo think you,would like to know tlio reason why,our Saws  fulfill tlieir claim? -,    ������������������   . c t,  To be the best is only Nature'lielping us to raise oiirnamo. ''_  ;  JJnclo,Sain can boast no longer.of his overflow of ��������� lirains,  John Canuck can "ec-ual hini, for heretwe take the pains.,- ���������    ,  'Now a word to British Columbia niillmon���������and we know you'll  -    . n'er repent��������� ,   '   ' '       '       '        .^  ' Buy-all your Saws from Buuton and save the duty���������'60 percent.'  .'A'..J. BURTON SAW COMPANY, Vancouver.  Formal  * t t  Of  XShe   Famous  At'last Revelstoke is to hav.c "FIT-REFORM" CLOTHES.' So great has grown  the demand for them, that we have decided to put in a complete stock of these famous  Suits and Overcoats. ; ,  .To the men who know " FIT-REFORM " Clothes, it is unnecessary to speak. It  is to the men who arc unacquainted with the new era tailoring, that " FIT-REFORM "  will be a revelation.  It gives them the richest, handsomest fabrics-imported from England, Scotland and  Ireland. It gives a selection of hundreds of the season's newest, choicest fabrics and  colors. k gives men an absolutely perfect fit, for there are sizes from the small, thin  man, ancl stout small man, lo the'tall thin man, and extra stout large man���������with every  variation between. it gives men clothes designed by the finest taPors in Canada, and  finished in absolutely faultless style. It gives men Suits and Trousers and Overcoats,  that cannot be surpassed by any tailor in the Dominion���������at just HALF what the  merchant tailors charge.  WE   WANT   YOU   TO   COME  We want you to see just what  '��������� Fit-R,eform "  Clothes are���������tell you  how and why they are better than you thought clothes could be.  SOLE   AGENTS   FOR   REVELSTOKE

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