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'   '   '���������������������������*.*'  <    r'    \   <  ,'//>���������/  .S   ���������/,  I>       >  I    ;<  JUST  ARRI1TED  I , ���������      *- r -- 1> *��������� ���������* ,  d t.,_ , .     . , /  1 ��������� ' " ,     Id . ,- ~ ',  1 f f j  A Fine . assortment of ���������  dy*, D r?e s s ~GKo 6:ds^: T i e s^ii^t  \; ;, Blouses,. EalKaM.-Win-?< ^f-  ter; Goats, - also; a * new - - -,;  and complete.stock,o������j'L;  \l'' *j;' ���������  ������������������'" ���������l  -~-*m.  >'    "- "d,; r  r'y*-'   ( '  ^ y < ,Meh?S' Bbots-and Shoes,"  ./    HatSj^Caps &c. 5, t Call  . yandr inspect.  '/(SI    I  Ft*  I   ������  it. d .*-      ^>i'  l i, i-i  - ���������     i  f       sJ.   - '    *i    > ** -* J *������*������-*, ift^w  r A^^ t*Vt,^-  --".LIMITED^:.  ,_,*.������������impl"���������������  13EPARTMENT"  STORE  -o  ' We Have opened-this week an early ship-,  i *- *���������   ' ������������������  ment of Fall and Winter    ' ^  * ���������     -  LADIES     COATS  j   The , new"'ideas" in  tightyand semi-tight  r    fittino- backs.    We will be pleased to show  them to you.    Come in*and see them and  i ' e *  pick yours out before they are all gone.  *��������� , ^������  v )  v  In our' Millinery Department they are  showing a new and complete line of Ready-  'v   to-Wear   Hats, "new  and  unique  styles.  -,  ������        4 --     '.  ,     i    '' I "        '  We have just opened a complete new  stock of Red Gloves, Hosiery, Ladies  Fall   and   Winter   Underwear,   etc.,   etc.  ;   REVELSTOKE  '. ���������������, , *   ���������  ��������� >      , , ^ -  The Growth" of the City Has Been Steady���������Another Step^  * /     in the March of Progress-Future Railway  .Center of Western Canada.   ,      -  r*',  --J  The completion ot tlie improvement/just eflectetl in'- * ��������� .Revelstoke bus becnMcll termed'tlio " Gatownyyot  the wntci supply of the city of ^Kcnelstokc ninrka another Kootenay," but just as it is the gateway to the south so it  step in tlie mnich of piogrcas.* Outside Vancouver Revel-' is the ga'tewny to thc noith,,ind with piopui tiaiihpoitatioii"  stoke is the Iaigcst and inobt importanrcitj on"-thc main ������������������ facilities to the noi th, settlement will take place between  line of'the C. P. R. in iBiitish  Columbia.   The giowth or; here and the  Yellowhciul  Pass, neaily two hundiod miles  y    <��������� >i, :      rJ       v    i north   of   this  cityy That * is   n eountiy'of  gicut lunibciing, mineral and agiicultuial  possibilities. 'The timbei has neiuly nil  'been taken i.p for futuic opciiitiun, and the  'land suitable foijigiicultuicoi.ciittlc nuigcs  will bej t.ikcnlup ni.tlie bimie way. < Revel  \  stoke is the natural outlct������foi that'wist ter  ^illtOiy   -1*      i���������.7 >   l, s* -,,  "it 'J     '        '    ���������*\$:  , ; >Aliendy steps have been taken jto liiaug  ������ jnafJeytiansnoitiitrori, to I tlie'dnoi tli~"'i Tlie  ' J'ste.imci "Revelstoke" was lniilMvHnc-il en  '-       ^     ^ IT- . - -      -V ^- * . ��������� ,\  l~'. ���������    i.���������i.n ,-o . .,^ ������r < i... . it���������. i. ������.  teipiisc, and-shc is i ne of lliu ���������-ITc-t ble.inicib  ^.pljmg on the inland iMitci1! nl" liiitiili  Col=*  v,  REVELSTOKE-CITY SCHOOL:"' r  s.    I .-        ?  umbi.i" 'A tinmwrij will bc^luiilt pi*-t Death  R.iinds.'.iiid'.inothci. stciiiuiM   put on   tlio  ij.,ii\i"i above i, Hy-jihis  iue.ui>>, t lit* 'tenitoiy  f.idj.iccnt   and ,tiibutaiy  tn {.lu^Hig  Ucnd  ', 'off'thc  Columbia and. Ghick- Rivei will be  ������   baou.ht   into diicct/eoiiiiniii ic.iiion .with  '   lievclstoke, .idding laigcl} tn theiiiipuiliincc  '-"'of this city as-a dit>tiibutiug ^coiiti-i     The  ������������������"' mica   fields*  of   the noitliein  countiy aie  _. r known to be among'the- most  valuable  in  ttie.oity has- b.enysteady.'-,iEveryj,monthv sees additions to th'e woildfand thc^wners of the laige mica deposit at ,1 etc  the buildings; and the annual lists ofyieVbuildings^whicb 'Jaune Cache, of whose propcity thc la*** ������** r- " 7">"-"*"  thV^ICooTLNAY.Mail "-has,"published dui ing-the past two  spoke in', such  eulogistic tcims, havi  ' -":^1 - v    ���������>*'" '-1'-  '��������� -   ��������� - l--' * -*���������---��������� --������������������.--'i-������������-V----1-1 -���������*���������-- oitionofj the capital lequiied tc  !.-���������.--   --���������������������������   ���������-  n countiy     With ^this tianspoitation these'mincs  late Su G. M Dawson  _   ^ *e offered \to put up*n  yeare have eliowiJrtliat in" extent, * and--value 'the" building ijirgc poition ofj the capital lequiied to thus^open   up * the  opeiations of the city inave"sli0vvn~a,pr6giessivc;.iatid'.i*' ". C-i  noitliein  -"'_~ 'TRANSPORTATION CENTER.   ,    ..  " '   f     "  11  As a.ttianspoitation  center Revelstoke  v>    i     '[���������'>*    *      -*-<--.i*-        -  .ranks ne\t to A'ancouvei.in importance so  ,fai as'the lailwav tiafhcdof Biitish Coluin-,  bia is concerned.   At Revelstoke aie located  the'e' PJR iiiaeliiue'shops.fof'thej Pacific  division.'. These shops employ over 200 men. '  The laige  railway  tiafiic of1 Revelstoke is ,  "sl-iowii-by'thc fact thatdscventeen tiam cicws  run in and out of this city. *\,<?'    '    i-v^  ;^/j^cyd.stpk(LisJiea^uajrt������wyJo^l*ic^  of the Siipcimtondent Mountain and' SlTu.---  swap Division. ' The,Canadian Pacific Rail-y  way( Company's  payioli  foi "Revelstoke is  about $60,000 a moiith, oi between $700,000  and $800,000 a year.        , (  Revelstoke is the junction foi thcAnow- s  head and Kootenay bianch line^connccting"  ,vvith the main line.   This bianch covers an'  cnoimous field, seiving Auovvhead, the Fish-^  Cieek countiy, the  Lardeau, 180  miles on  the Anovv Lakes, and connecting with the  CITY HALL AND No. 1 FIRE HALL.  The Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  TIME TABLE  (During season of high water.) j  Leave EianT-Mn.n Landing each  TUESDAY AND, FRIDAY at 6 a. ni,  Leave La I'okti* each  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY at 2 p. ni.  SPECIAL TRIPS vvill be made between dates of regular sailing whenever business offered warrants name.  The Company lescrve tho light to  change time and d.iys of sailing without notice.  A. FORSLAND,   0. D. UAC11ER,  Master. Purser.  Our label on a bottle  or package is a guarantee of quality every  time.   We know. '  Walter Bews, Phm.  Druggist and Stationer.  Noxt llumo's Block.  B.  tlie    AllOW    IjIIKUS, iUlU    UUIIIITOMHIj   ""   "���������= , v '  Crows Nest: Railway via Nelson, Columbia and Western  will be opeiated on a large scale and then pioducts biought  via Robson. and also thc Rossland line    The traffic" with  to market by way of Revelstoke.    ,  ��������� ���������  these,points shows a steady mciease rib'the  mining and . ���������  ��������� TIMBER WEALTH,  lumbeiing industries aie being developed. / <- ,   Revelstoke lies in one of the -Acalthicbt timbei belts in  Then there is the important fact that, with the com-  Canada.   The Columbia River, on which the city is built,  pletion of, the .Laidcau' railway, and its connection with drains something like 300 miles bi.heavily timbeied valleys.  That great area can be logged and the logs  floated down 'the Columbia Rivei to Revelstoke and the Arrow Lakes for manufactuie.  These timber investors have shown then  gieat faith in the futuie of the lumbering  in'dustiies that will be built up in -and  around this city by thc keen'way in which  they have taken up these lands. Where the  Fred Robinson Lumber company was two  yeais ago the only lumbcirhg concern opci-  ating in thc distiict. wc have now the Revelstoke Lumber Company, vv ith its mill at  Revelstoke, the Empire Lumbei Company,  with its mill also" here, and another large  mill at Comaplix, Julian's mill at Gieely  Cieek, the Arrowhead Lumbei Company,  the Big Bend Lumber Company, the Pings-  ton Cieek Lumbei Company, the Yale-Columbia Lumber Company, all operating  within aslroit distance of the city. Another  mill is to be established at Thiee Valley  Luke, and still iinothci is piojccted at Anow-  REVELSTOKE HOSPITAL. head, and  Revelstoke  is the city thiough  theCiovv-s nest Pass railway, Revelstoke will be the greatest  which passes the, j������y,olh, of ���������������*^u������^  freight transportation center of Western Canada.    In the     . MIM'.RAL RESOURCLr,  rmvvs nest roul the C P. R. have the most favoi.ible giadc Revelstoke is the hcait of the irune.al  belt of NoiLli  of a Jrold crossing the contment, and that grade can be Kootenay.   At Oambo.no   to the ���������*>���������^^  maintained  by  the continuation  of tl.e line north  via  ���������..,,���������, ������l���������cl. have p.ovcd tho n.meial wealth of that section  Kootenay  Lake and the Lardeau.   Considerable sections c-nf-o  i'������������. Th���������,  of this road are al icady built, namely those  connecting Revelstoke with Arrowhead and  Trout Lake with Kootenay Lake    It is mi-  poitant to the C. P. R. in view of the new  competition which it is to lcccije fiom the  Grand Trunk Pacific on the north, and the  Great Northern through the V., V. & E. to  the south,,tliat it should have the very best  transportation facilities that can be got so  that the  most  haulage can  be secured at  least cost.    That cannot be obtained by thc  piesent main   line with  its present route  over thc high summits of thc Selkirk and  Rocky Mountains, and thc only way for the  C. P. R. to secure thc same advantages as  its competitors is to make thc present main  line with its unrivalled  mountain  attractions, thc tourist and passenger section, and  make thc Crows Nest and  the  Rcvclstokc-  Lardcau line its main freighting route. This  vvill mean much to Revelstoke as thc inland  traffic emporium between the east and west.  MeClary's Famous^  are tlie B^sS  ha.  -*> <,^y  7 ���������Vi'.lir  dfi'V >>-/  Do'not wait until the winter/is half  ^pver, but r get, one aonce^and^ be  comfortable. ', A large stock "to  \ select from in our Hardware,, Store.  A. pkekage' of Imp" Soot Destroyer - will -"clean* .*  fi\  ^"fJl'l  ''^di,,,  I   l  -iu������ i.V'(|  M  i f  /-*������  ,y  1  >i -" ^      <���������:  i^i ' "i i^f-" '   >i ���������-   "������**ftr������f , . E������M   Sw't'-iT"   h  ���������   -J    --A   J -.J,. Z^K--t-i^^-* ' ^Jtf".-������^:' i f-fti Jt, /sMi' XJ" *i> t K*!  -*!<* -r*  'tfJ. (v "--4V  ,    *-in r^> 11 t^. .jm _yj__  ^mamm^mLWBKBma**maMmmwmmma^m*Mmt^Lmammm,,,>^mamt^iL^mammL^^^^j,L igS&ffcr^  f'V ">- r   .-;,.'-    'fffo   ^j-.'K   ������ "'f'ryffXrf^7MJr^r^?^t  ^Ne\v;Goads, faHMmm^i  tt-;     -      ���������      :      r~    ~      :    < , ,. - .-��������� < r, ��������� i,^ j^l'M^^**-,  Dress*GoodsrIiadies:a^  wren's. Mantles, Silk Blous^sCluf ^  Silk ', Underskirts^ .T op ^SiJkiJvv^*'  'Skirts, * Ladies '-Gblf-,'Gbatss(^l?.^:v'5  tadies Ready ,to "Wear Hats,?  Women & Children s Underwear  etc;  '���������i.*m.<&12Jt  . t    if^*. -v^',9*  '!     ���������*'���������!'������  '-"**-   ^���������/  ���������*vass������*>s������   r__   , _          ^i'^psl  Men's !& Boy's Ready-to-Wearl"'  ..'.-,... Suits at Popular Prices  BOOTS AND SHOES  i   V  V  Just opened another shipment$|k. ^;ii  of the American Harlow1 Sho^  in, Patent, "Vici Kidi<& Box OiaJfir  REID & YOUNG  Im? v* * "*<������������������''  I him > k. _,-  i^>-i >-._>- J  P. BURNS  Wholesale and Retail-  \ *���������  Meat Merchants.  1     V*  *T* ,^1  ��������� v   *  11   '*������ I  Head Oflrlce,! Abattoir and Cold Storage;- \: ;/o^?m  *-s^.^s^Calgary, AlberjbaV^ ^\  We have just opened up a full line of Mens  and Boy's Suits, Overcoats, Reefers and Odd -  Pants. Now is the time to fit your boy with  a nobby suit and overcoat for fall and winter.  These goods are all new, the latest styles, and  made of first-class material.    ,  We also carry a full line of boys' boots and shoes, underwear,  hatfc, caps, and hosier*, In the furnishing line we have the'best  that money can buy. All the newest shapes and latest styles m*-  collars-, ties hats, caps, colored >>hirtp. starched and soft fronts,  white shirts, underwear, braces, hose, gloves, sweaters���������fancy and  plain, blankets, boots and shoes, trunks, grips, and valises in  great variety. In fact anything you need in these lines can be  found at our store.  DOMINION AllMORY, KEVELSTOKE.  Agents for the Famous  FIT-REFORM Clothing  GIVE US A CALL AND BE CONVINCED.  The Up-to-Date Clothiers and Furnishers.  ul,\ J.i'/l'   ' ,  ���������iit^.-ji**-"'**  THE KOOTENAY MAII  fiibelRootena^/Tbail  I'UHUSHKH  SATUltDAY.  *  ,! ���������AT���������      ' ,  REVELSTOKE. B.C.  SuDscrtptlon   Price.   S2.00   Per    Annum  A..|iVKKTl������>lNG IIA'IKh on .ipiiliditioii  l-lmnK-.-- in -ta.ulii.r,- .idvoiU-oii.ciiU. niiist  dXIj ���������><" '"��������� Wcdiie^liijiif' ���������" ' ������><*���������>, io  matter udilbecliniKcd isMtr.iiminlli Willi-  iut cxira chin go Knr men o , ti oqirenl  Xm-Vo��������� tlie time occupied In nmkinB  ������m���������nll be chantL-d nt n-.mil rate.  U'li PRINTING proinptl}ixtoiitertaircn(������ii-  'able rate.-. r ,,,"'���������,  TEBMS-Cn-.il. Sub-CTiptions pnjable in a<l-  vance. o ,      i       '���������  ,    .,  (���������flHRKraPOSDKNCK invited   on mallei*��������� or  L" 1_..mi������ TninrcL   Communications lo I'.d  "public interest.  Comniii  tor, niuM, be  accompanied  of  ,^riw:iit,ir������^nfr"fM ftiibf^ion. hill  'tee"idenceo(j?ood failli.  -.honld be hncf.   Coi rcspondoncc  THE WAR.  Japanese had 300.000 Men and  7G0 Guns at Liao Yang.���������  Enormous" Jap Losses.-���������  - Hussian Losses were terrible���������Kuropatkin still retreating.���������Russian,  Fleet  starts for  Reserves  -Russian ,-  ���������TTARVEY,  H  McUARTEK  AND������PINKMAM,  '   BABKISTliltS, SOLICITOUS, BTC.  Okficbs  gS8SS.y:lK-i?SRu,ke. IJ. 6.S K*rl Steele, ... C,  Uko. S, McCaiokk  A. M.sl'I.NKIIAM  ' V  Ku\ el-toko. It. C.  A. llAitvirv,  Km I Sluolo,  II. C.  J  Fir  OUN   MANN1NC!   SOOTT . B. A..  L.' L. B.  _ BAKKISTEK, SOLIOI'IOK, JSto.  5t Street. ' Kevelsloke, li.U.  ;-e  DWARD AV IIAGGI3N,  East.���������Russian  called   out.���������  . War    Ship   at  Frisco.���������Kuroki   pursues  ' '   Russians.���������China    helps  Japan:    ,    ,���������.((  Mukden, Supt. 10���������Tho CliiiR">oiP-  pui ib, \\hicli'<nio. p.ully" cunliiincil hy  iiiltiriiiiiiii)iiiiccci\wl by thu Kui.-iini1-,  aie to thu clU'Ct thu Jiip.itirM' :it Mho  Yiiiij; Imil ii totnl .JOO.UOU iiion'  'I'linii    I I'.l I'    lilllllll    CUII  C/hllK'St  y ii pot'  tho intention of   using it foi .1  hotel  and will apply ror a IU������������ni������o.  1    niiinfonU'v*   Co. iiiciPiiliioiiiK tliciv  slu Ies with ii  xliiic-tmo.JOtect   hy 2b  feel und two storeys high.  In nrcoiilniicc with the pvomiH; of  W A.Gnllilicr, M !'������������������ the dominion  H���������vt>i niiH'iitdiulnelins.iiiived nt H-n-  ton nnd is (liulnii'K ���������> chnimcl mi that  Hu> Kn.pi o Lumbar rOo.'b bioa.i.en,  enn um up to lhe townsite in winter  .is well as summer.. ��������� ,   -'  ' This, town is', being ntpidly icbuilt  nllci the recent Cue, though biisincsb  is conducted ns  ubuul   in  toiit-.    W.  Bnvil of Uio.l'i-obpectoi'sJ^chiingo, is  mi'iuiii" his- hotel business, in thiee  teiiKuuil ib huildinga   new hotel, lo  he l;ii"wn lib Hotel Beiilon  iiulr7*i0  ninis.    Theii   ii'.u* giiinil  consisted-"'  ���������10,001)  Koieiin*?  mul  ���������Hl.UOl'  tint iiu'fiii1 !ib,o:in bo ini'nedoi  - - /--���������**',  ���������*���������'.  Mining Knginhish,  ���������Mem'. America.-, Institute JlininK KiiKinee.-)  . (Mem. Cftiiiidld" Mining liii>Utiitu.)  REVELbTOKE, B. U.  ���������Examination ot ami ^S& ^anottV^'-  . perties a Special! > ��������� >-  J   - ���������  ibctKSotcna^ iHDatl  gA^DAY, s"EPJFBM������"KR17, 190-1.  Lion Uf tli-Jsui'-rHoil'utwl !" ll'0|lBl"'-  '"Tsinti.ti,    riopt.    10.-A    Jnpiuiobo  ollioor Dtiswd   Ibiough 'Ih.i.tm.  toe ii>  un KiVwuy lo'Kiiuolioii.    1 iTb.iysyhe  J.iiMiiCholOhhObiit I'oit Aithurilmii'U  the hist few duys weie, veiy, he.ny, ox-  eeeiliiiL' l.r) 000. mid' thut tlie ,I*.ipiin';be  killwl orVotiuded ut the buttle ofidmo  Yang eAueeilccraO.OOO.; ,  Tokio,. Sept.   10.���������Gunoinl   Kuioki  mports after hibt iMonil.iy,'s battle tin*  Ru.ssi.ins  moved over 10,000 wouiulwl  to Mulrdei.yand   after   the   Ku-lmi-  it  ^  The BaJfour government is to be  'congratulated on the' selection .of  an eniinent" Liberal for the  .Governor-Generalship. t In this,  respect, the home . government,  though* Conservative, by appoint-  - ins Earl Grey to the highest position in the Dominion, has shown a  .worthy desire to.recognize the party  which,-with Sir Wilfred Laurier at  its head/rules'Canada with such  marked'ability andjeredit. ���������  -", It is to be hoped that the author-'  ' ities .will tie successful  in;dif,covei- |  '.iii" the perpetiators'of the outrage  ,   on the CdP. Udexprc-s1 on Saturday  r-night, and.tha't they will he made  "' aiT example of."-Fortunately   this  - 'sort'of thing lias, been mainly con-  " finid'to, the south, but mow that  '   train robbery ilia's 'startedyon this  'side the line both   the  Dominion  ' and'Provincial authorities  a������ well  r-"as the C. -P.' 'B'dshould   spare   no  or effort to erisiire'^ucK-punisViiviciit  "���������Ss'shairiS'eT'a preventaliv*?   against  aJ recurrence. ���������* - -       ' ���������"    - -  : Financial matteis are becoming  " easier in the east.   The stock market'is improving.    American capital is   looking for investments   in  .British    Columbia.     The  'Grand  Trunk  railway, with  its  expendi-  ' ture of some two hundred million  dollars, is about to be begun.    Thc  '   Manitoba harvest is stated by  the  bes"t  authorities to  represent *-J2,-  000.000.    With   these.encouraging  signs, the  outlook has   never been  better and Canadians can look forward to a continuance of the prosperity  that the Dominion hr.s  enjoyed under Liberal rule.  -  Another  instance of   the peanut  '" "policy of the McBride government  is the'dismissal of an  employee at  the Provincial fish hatchery at Lil-  j looet, named De Shields, and whose  offence was that  he dared to exer-  , rise his rights as a citi/.en in the  recent bye-election at Lillooet by  voting against the government candidate. .It is no wonder that a  government which is capable of  such contemptible schemes of terrorising those who happen to be in  the public service i= incapable of  devising any statesmanlike or pro-  _-g'i'sbive policy which would Inly the public ail vantage.  ie'rtl.OOO weie found m the vicinity o  ^^l^isb,.^-^^-^^"1  S^fK;,^SS^XI"w!l,,  ciic hulk of his 'mmy noitliw.iul fiom  Mukcdeii. Tlie.tliicc-triiiicsof Kiolcl-  iiiuishiil Oyainadsue repoi ted to have  united noitli of the Tiutsc Kivei* The  bes unofficial opinioujs that Kuio-  ���������-.itkin doco not contemplate milking  a fconous otinid nt JMukdcn. .���������      ,'  ' Ivi-oribtiidt���������,Sept. 12���������The B.iluo  licet, biulcd ^yestci-day'for the East.  Thc vcsbcls;'of the licet wore a������ follows: The battleships Souvaroft". Vrcc-  admiral-.Kojvstvcii-ki's flagship; the  Navarinc, Sissoi Vehky, Boiodino,  Aicxnnder UL; Oiel,, Olog/and the  Osilaba, Jtenr-adniiial Voclkcrsiim s  llagship; the crnibcib Adniiial N.ik-  himolr, Doniitri 'Donskoi, Auioi.i and  the Aluina/.,, Iteiu-adniiial .Enquist's  llagship luid-Boveml torpedo boat-s and'  destidyeis.   .       " " ',  -Tlie Iii at will ineiely touch at 1/ib.ui  wheie.it will he joined bjM.weJveli.ins-  pnft.s, collieib and supply ships 'al-  le.idy , waiting theie, and .will then  pinece'l direct to the Orient. The  scene on thc dopyiluie of the;'licet  was an imposing one .for,'which the  town has long waited.'     *-i  *   ���������   *.  ' Wt. I'etoislniig, Sepr I'I���������The Km-  pe'ror.has c.ilied toyunis.ihe lescrve  tioops" im twcniy-two cucuits of the  Governments of Khci-jhop, l'lCSbainbia,  r.l-irnriinL���������lij   'inn   '��������� ���������' m i"f, ' li"l������njj.  ing to the niilitaiy district, of Odcbyi,  aiul also onc.catogoiy of icsene oflie-  eis tlnoughoufthc empiic.  ��������� The Iliisxian wiiihhip Leone has  made San Fi.incisco' foi irp.iii!- hut  rib these lep.iiis would take some  months the AniciiLiin authoritius will  oi dor that the ship bo dis-ainicd.  St. Petersburg, Sept. JH.���������Kuroki is  leportcd ino\iiig noithwaut in pui-Auit  of rCiimp itkin.  China has ofloied to gii.uil and .ul-  ministoi the tcnitoiy ocenpied by  Japan  liussi.i dc'claies tiiis to be tantamount to China becoming Japan's  ally,-as it would leave thc hitters aimy  unbuiderud by the need of keeping  open communication and thus- be able  to. devote entire'attention to , tight  Russia.       .       ,"  CIVIC FIRE  INSURANCE  Tho Companies'whose Tenders  >'  have been Accepted, -i  , Kxliact fiom the Montrenl Star,  April 2'Jtli, 11)01:���������The liniincc com-  niitteo'niot yestordny afternoon, and  accepted the non-coml-in'o diibiiranco  rates on civic property for thc amount  ot * 175.800.        ' '    "���������,.  Kxtract fionrthc ,^Ionot,u*y lmic-,  ilune :3, 1001:���������The City Council of  llnlifi.x ha������ decided to distribute the  civic insurance this yo-.r equally  huiwicii tho lire non-tariH coiiipunics  opcM-iitlujr there. '. /      y"  riiesc companies not only ni^'ie at  fail i.ites, but, I heir isettlenientb "aro  plimipb, mul illtogelilior thoy are giving  verv geuenil satisfuction to the public.  .The live com pan ies liaviii-j- Doininion  ohai tors aie repiebe'nteil in Kovolatuko.  I iv II.' N. Coursiei, and those who  cany inbiii.incc will Iind it to "their  inteicet to consult him.     '  ASU-'S* (WENT  KAMLOOPS, B. C  K-au.'Ti'iim'wiu. lH'iiiJ-* ^l:l'''',mu  i^iyniYLiiciiiio^Ji^n.^-'^;;^^;  Niiwllowuil'  tindui  1"! '.: "ll 'bnimrTlnoiiVi "R������.M.il   c..iii.os   mi  "     ciiinpi'ti'iil, iiiiliiic'lnrs.    Tlio iiii" i- '������.'  iix oi  ciiiiipi'iuiii, iiiiiiiiii'"->,  ,���������"������������������.*���������,   ,,���������,���������i  llivnto liolli iiini'l ll"'1 iKiiiit.cli'Mili'l'1' ���������;on   1  lif'Ilv, aii.i III tlio>.liiilniil foi lliott(iniiuil> 'I'll"''1  ������rii;������"-.>alitor 12 joins cil hku iiio i.tchoiI ns din  pupiK r      ,       . r  Ji'in imrtloiiliiiiii'l'l"!'1'1--  SlSTJ'Ii  faUIM'RIOll, iMiinloon-..  J..SAMSON  ji.upj'iiangei',  IvAriSOMINlNG'* DONIr*.   _���������'���������  Orders receive pionipt nUi'iition. ,  S.-L*<...d,st.i'ot,       -.   , llISVKLSTpKK  GREAT TRAIN  ROBBERY  C.  P.  Up  at  ���������O**���������^*;  Greaiest Aid to Cook  With least labor and trouble it makes  hot-breads, biscuit and cake of finest  flavor, light, sweet, appetizing and  assuredly digestible emd,, wholesome. ^ ^  Virv-*-  TIIK TORY CAMPAIGN*.  The     Conservative     campaign,  opened by Mr. Borden, at Hi- .John,  indicates the manner in   which the  party intend.-* to conducj the  light.  Ho far  the party ha--   (nought  forward     no  national   issue-.      The  meeting   wa.s mainly an   appeal lo  patsion    and   prejudice   over   the  Dundonald incident, and the Hon.  Geo.   Foster's   peroration   declared  the Liberal   party had   driven   out  of   Canada   one   of   the   be;,t and  bravest of England'!- genera Is.    If  Mr. Foster   will   look up the   f.*ict>-  lie will   find that  Dundonald   wn*-  guilty   oi   gross    insubordination,  . such as would not be   tolerated for  an   instant  in   any  ofliccr   under  him, and   he was   recalled by   the  Conservative government   of  ling  land in disapproval of his conduct.  Mr. Borden condemned Hon. A. G.  Blair's appointment to the Railway  Commission, hut the people of  the  west, who  have met Mr. Blair and  seen his work on the  commission,  recogni/e he is one of the best men  to be  found  for  the position.    If  these    arguments    are   the    only  samples   of  what   the Tory  campaign is going to  he, the leaders of  that  party might as   well stay at  home for   they are  destined to be  relegated to oh'-curity at the polls  J.  A. Darragh is calling foi  for 50 feet tunnel 4x5x7  Silver Dollar.  tendeis  on   the  OYSTER-  CRITERION  Produces a  Substantial  Brick'.  Gold  Td i& reported the clc.in-up at the  Oy-btcr ten-stamp mill for August  yielded a gold brick valued at about  $0,500. being the laigest amount y^t  obtained from a month's opoi.itions  since the mill wa.������ placed m con.iru'--  moil It is anticipated that Lin- ic-  cord will he duplicated and eVen ur-  p.iwed in future cle.in-npa..ii> the main  uie body ii now being woi km' and the  oil: \- rich in thc yellow metal A  force of about, ���������J.'i men i- employed at  the mine under the liiiein.inship of \  I'. fiuriPtt. Milling n|i-;iiit ions an' in  ehaigeof A. if. .-tiect, ,i siit-fu���������������fill  millwright "f many yeais i'\*p<'i*ien<"*e.  ���������Miner.  ACCIDENT.  Mrs. H. Needham Injured at  Ferguson.  The K.igle'tuys* "A sid accident  occurird in I-'erRiison on Friday evening. Mrs. II. Ni'cdh.im, wife of the  electrician at the Kergn-on elecnic  light works, had been paying a visit to  her invalid niolher tit I'i'aton. AIr--.  Needh.iin drove into town nnd was m  lhe act of dismounting from t lie rig,  when the horse became rollers, and  thc unfortunate lady fell violently to  the ground. \)r. iVewcoinhc was  linmediati-ly called to the Lardeau  Hotel, and "it was found that she had  sustained a compound fiaoture to her  left leg, and two nroken ribs. Mm  Need hum was removed to the hospital  where she is progressing favorably.  R. .Express Held  ��������� - ��������� fit  Haney.  The west-bound express which left  here Satuid.iy morning was held up at  If.iney as.it passed that point that  evening'and the express and mail cars  <miic thiough. The robbers got H,00U  Fiom the oxpics. They a.so touk'-thc  icgisteied mail, which is supposed to  have contained considerable value.  Tnis is the lii&t hold-up that has  occurred on thc'C. I' It and it ys  done'in thc'midst of^a* settled distnet       "     ��������� 4 .  It, is supposed, thc peipctiators ol  the ouliage weie thugs' from across  the line It, is supposed they were  aftei al..ige paieel of gold valued at  if I (i,000, fiom Tho CuiT'rilidritcd Can-  hob Mine, but they d'ul.uot get it.  - Tlie "t.Miii ciow. _Qnn"������.������i������-J-"f '*-"-  .Miieer N .1. Scott, on engine No.-1-1U,  Puomaii. llaiiy' Ci eel man; conductor,  .lohn Waid, expie.ss messengei*, Herbert Mitchell; ma.1 clerks, W.M. rhoi-  luirii'and -W F. I.ouge, and biake-  men, VV. Abbott and A. .1. Buckley.  Thcyaies,uppo=ed to hiuegoton the  tiain at Mission. They climbed ovei  the tender mul oidered the engineer to  .-top the ti.un at the point of then  icvolveis. Thev then unhitched the  e\*piessand mail car and compelled  him to take it cleiu of the train, when  they held up thc mail clerks and e\-  piess messenger. They evidently o\-t  pected laiger'booty, as they\niadc persistent demands foi a parcel tor \ ic-  toria, which, however, no one knew  anvthinc about.  Thevaic supposed to have cro-s^l  thc Fiaser -river and made for the  American boundary- The conduetbi  sent a br.ikem.m to the nc-ire.-t .station to wire the otliciala at V.incomer  and chi.- was done. The C. P. K.  police and I'rovincial men ������ere scon  nn the ground and arranged to have  all croa-mgo into the Staces watched  to stop the riilfiana get tintr away if  possible.   ,  Jt w.v.- -rported on Tue=day the rolt-  hers had lwen surrounded near the  Anici'xan boundary lint nd captures  have yet liecn niadc. Tlie C P. If--  i;.\-piess Company offered a reward or  irO.OOO for their capture and the I'rovincial s;o\ernment has supplemented  tins by \l,500. .  -' llis supporting company tins year  is the stiongosthc has yet liad^ retaining the favoiitcs, ClilVoid'Lane Bruce,  William .G.uette, Williund Blake, and  Helcne Scott. The yiew members of  the company arc decided acquisitions.,  - Mr. C. P. Walker has 'furnished his  star with a'very beautiful production  of this charming romantic play, the  scenery being specially painted by a.  New-York artist' from the'original  designs.' 'The penod and locale of the  p'lay afford oppoitunities for elaborate  costuming, and tlic.se have been taken,  full advantage,-of without regard, to  expense.        _        '   C. J. Wilkes  ���������   'MACHINIST & '  ."  ' '; BLACKSMITH, ���������-  '       -  ., ������������������ ,t3  '  All Kinds of .lobbing Work Done.  Sewing Machines and Bicycles Cleaned  and Ropaiiod.  ���������Coys litted on" the Shiniest Notice.  OppositC:������*=i('  Salvation Anuy  FIRSTJT...  Auctioneer for City  HAROLDNELSON  Will Appear Shortly in  Revelstoke.  P. Walkei, the  BEATON.  A. Ciawford is lebuilding his ies-  dunce mul blacksmith shop  Arthur Evans is building mi addition to J. W. Thompson's house  with  well-known   th  of   Winnipeg,   m  ���������lunik"!    of      tin  for   the !>plrifdld  in  iil'".ating   tin  G  atrieal entreprfneur  iMitiilcii to the  theatre going pul'll'  woik hi* has done  Ding-. That he it ������������������iiriiiii<1i<iil with > he  puifoiniaiice is a gu.ir.i nli-i* that It it  oftheliitt order. 'I'm* people of tin  west nre particularly nideliLed tn Sir  Walker for the way in which he h.it  taken up Harold Nelson, lhe Uan idi in  actor. Harold Nt'I'oi) is an iiclor nf  Lhe highest merit, and ideal- m his  pri>fi">tu>n, and it will be good new- In  the.iti('-goers in this .siclinli tole.nii  that he H about, to pay ut iinotfici  visit. He is lullid to appear m lliu  Opera House on Tuc-.-daj, I In* 27th  inst., in the tiicci'.ttfiil i oih.i it tic-  comedy-drami ���������'ll-mt and Sword"  The company will pay a return visit  on Oct. flth.  Air. Nelson it supporrul in this trip  hy a sliong company and curies n  special electiician to li.-ndle llic lighting ellccts.      It. II. Price, who is n   aging the toili,   visited  Kccls-toko on  Tuesday to complete in rangements.  "Heart and Sword" is a sprightly  romance, and thc author has evincid  a lively fancy and a flcxteioim liniidl-  ing of his theme. The dialogue it  brilliant, the complications logical,  and the climaxes ellective.  Mr. Nelson  has in  " Prince Vietoi "  a icile  peculiarly  well   suited   lo   his  temperament, nnil   ciilcula id  rnoiistrate his versatility.  to  dc  SPORTS.  Trap Shooting. .  At the 'two days trap shooting contest at Kamloops Fail, thcicwill be  six gold medals'given, one foi the  hijihest aggregate scoie and one'each  to "the live mcmboib of the winning  team in the-' championship team  'match. Four sweepstakes will also be  included. It is expected teams will be  in attendance'from Ashcroft,  stoke aiid Vernon.  Revel-  ' '   .'  POLITICAL    ,  < in, ,        -"i-       j,      <���������,  The 'Viibun'e'Voucncs ' that  C. ,l[  Macintosh will oppose'AV. AXialhhci  in the coming .dominion election   lo*,  Kootonay, rrepbrts, to .contrary r notwithstanding." ������>' , r    ,  Sir Wilfred' Laurier''says'no**"aii-  nouhcemenfean ' be * made -logardmg  the elections ull the Govenor Gencial  ariives in Ottawa next inontli, so that  if the elections como on this'fall they  will not be held till late. ';' )  >:.Xhe Sapie'mc Court of Ontario holds  that the fact of of a candidate promising1 loails -at .election times for thc  benefit of individual electors or, pi 0-,  mising-.theuV work on such roads,  constitutes corruption and bribery.  Under this ruling probably every  member and suppoitoi of tire Mciniile  government 1-nVbccn guilty of corrupt  practice.  Licensed  'of Revelstoke.  ��������� , ���������   i,     ���������> *���������  j: MALEY;  WILL   RE-OPEN- -  His FIiiwoi, Print and VoKOlnblo Storo m  J. SAMSON'S UUJLDINQ, Sl'CONJ) STBKJST  "   ON A MONDAY, "JULY   4th -  Frosir Vouotiiblos. Pot Plants nnd ^'o':���������.'"*'- ������"<]  Fruit Tor Sato    Ordors liiKon for locally grown  Tmnalo nnd ollior Elaiitb for soUiiik on!,. .  SELKIRK   t.ODGE,'NO. 12. I. O. O. F.  " "-"?������!���������-: Moots overy' Tuesduj  evening in > Solknk  Hall ' at *��������� 8 o'clock.  Visitnif? biotlircn coi  dinlly in\itcd to.iu  tend. -       ,  II. G  ,J. MATIIIffi. Sic  STRUCK   OIL  -The Western  ufin-r.-' .f-yViMio,-'  Oil  and  Coal  Coin-  .joi', luifu  ft' ���������.'<'!- oil in  paying iiuantitics in-oiithoin Alberta,  near the South - ICootcnay pass of thc  ltocky MountaiiiB. "Asa icsult of fcho  strike the" stock has advanced 'from  12! to ii) cents. \The company luuc  dug three wells and due positive of  htiikmgoil on thc second and third.  The first show ing of oil in'the well was  from 120 to 130 root The next show-  was fiom M0 to -MS feet.' Thc next  fiom 10-13 to" 107.J feet, and the next  'at i:k0 feet. The well is 1*19ti feet in  depth and ha*-* been pluggeil pending  operations on the 'other wells whcie  ptiatas of oil h.*ive alie.uly been struck.  Thc a\eiage How of the \\el' was 13  barrels a day.       _ ,  "IuMberTngT' '  The cause of the Iiio at the ICani-  ioop-: sawmill is attributed to a sp.uk  from a locomotive, The company wilt  rebuild, but w hether at Kamloops or al  ?avona? depends on whethei thc city  of Kamloops will make sull.crent concessions regarding a site. -Mr. Fowler  M. P.. one of" the dircctpis. is on Ins  way west to confer with Mr. McCor-  mick on thc matter.  .Kootonay Lodffe No. 15 A.P.'& A M.  The legiilar ineot-  niB- arc hold in the  Maponiu Toni]ile,  Odd Follows Hall, on  tin tliiidMondu} in  t,aoli     iimiilli'    nb     0  pan Vibiliiifrbioth  ion coirt[ally vW*el-  coincd.  |C. -A. PHOOUN1KR, SlMltKTAKV.  Win. Fleming,  le and Hclivil  Merehant.  Wholciilo and Holail  NEW BUILDINGS.  E. M.  neiv  Allu'm has decided on erecting  building on the site of his  present store nex-t the Imperial IJ.ink.  The building will have a frf-ntngc of  -22ft by a depth of 150ft. It will '"' of  one fl*-or and will be built nl'wood  with brick front.  BANKING.  Hiui'i' flcitheotcyiiaiiagoi nf the  I'auk nf Comuierci' at Nelsi.n has  liecn i(ppo'mt"d asMitaut inanagei of  tin- Fri-co branch of the hank.  Mr. Cainaham.of thc.Mnl-'oiiV Hank  xtiin at Kevelstoke, ha" rftui'iifd Irom  Calgary and le-uriii'd duty.  Tlu ,Moiitn-al an,: I'.oston Co ha\������'  10,000 to 12,000 tor..s nf ore nn thf  dumps of the Iin-oklyn .\<������. St<'tn-  winder, and will -dart shipniii'.' from  the Kawhidi claim ,nl oining the  rfnowshoe The (oiiip.iny's sineltir  will start October l"*.  Th" I'rovidciiei    Mining Oo. h.ii d"  el'ired another dividend of 10 per r--nl.  per sir ire, making M'5 00no far paid out  in dividends by tin-* mine  USE ^���������aaiajm^'  ROYAL GROWN SOAP  The Best' in the World  Mail us 15 Itoyal Crown Soap  Wrappers, arid m return we  will mail n beautiful I'iftmc  si/e 1(5x20 ; or for 2:") Wrappers  your choice of over J00 books.  Drop us a post ctud asking  for a catalogue of premiums  to he had FJIKE for Koynl  Crown Soap Wrappers.  Address  The Royal Soap Co.,  Limited.  Fish   -and   Game   in   Season,  First St., Revelstoke. .  A. E. BOAK  has opened in the Cowan   Block tthe  best makes" of silveiw.uc and cutlciy.  Agent for, Raymond  Sewing Machines  Pi mo= and OrRaiib s-old or 0J.cli.mKCd  THIRD STHT337T.      - -      REVELbTOKE  -TiR-^r  THE OWL  RESTAURANT  First Street,  East ot ATol-on-i Bank       -TS. ltovelatokc\  For, your 'meals.    Open day and night.  Meals 2oc and upward.'- Special weekly  rates.' Good service guaranteed.  YODO FUJff, Proprietor.  To Trappers  Raw Furs Boughv  Cash Prices Paid  F.   B.   WELLS,  :     i i  Exporter of Furs.  Vancouver, B.C.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  Royal Mall Llnox.  Clioniiflfft Itouto to tlio Old Country.  ALLAN LINK���������I'-ioiii Montreal.  I'-LrWiw:    ,        Ai'K. I'I  ThiiW.hi ')."K ���������>!���������  lorii'in . .. ��������������������������� .  ������������������*��������� s(l'l.2  nOMIN'ION I.INi:-Krom .Monlmil  ICi ihIiikUhi       -  ^"K "  Jji.iiiliiiini   .... . ��������� ������������������    '\tiK,'-"l  Viiriioii-iCi  ���������    ���������       '>,"K, -.'  fiinn/l.i. -      -       ' S(|il..l  I'A.V, VAC. ATi/ANTIO'-'. S.���������Kioiii Moiiln'iil.  U!(p('lmiii|,litln   .   Ainj.18  l.iki- Krlo       .  .     , , :s,'l' * ,  Like Maiiilolii   hi pt, B  A.MI'IIICAN LINK   I'ioiii Now Vink.  It   r.ouU      . ��������� ��������� ...An*. 2"  N(-)v Vol If .. .... Auk. 2/  Wlfri'B STAIt LINK���������Krom .Vow York.  MaliMllo A hk 1;  (Koimlo       Ai'tr-?  Ti'iitm.lo ^"K"'1  CUNAHD LINK���������From Now York.  Klrlirln   ...  J)"K-72.  LiKiiniii  y>"K;*!i  Uiiilnl".  *,������Pt* 3  I'iihioiikits Ikkulid UiroiiKli to ������-H V<"\������ of  Omil Hi ILiuii nnd h oliuid. mid at ipccially low  mlc-ilo nil limit of the Eniopciui continent.  A|i|ily luiiuiui'Hl railway oi Htcuinalilpagent or  to  T.   W. BRADSHAW. Agout.  Rovolatoko  W. P. F CUIH1MIINGS,   Paolfle   Agent  WOOD, YARD  '1 have fetartoddi periii.inent Wood  Yaid on Thud street. With my past  experience I hope to he in n .pofailaon  to satisfy" 'I'cquiieiiiontsiol custom.  ppb. Mill and coi dwood supplied in  any lengths atdreduced"prices tor easn-  .     ' "    "       ;y   ,     R7 SAMSON. "' i  W^AvMcDonald  '". PJjAST liJtUB &'Ai IUO IC i;a y is r ��������� '  '  '   . ',  ^RBVKNSTOKE    *   *_;-���������  The only f.rht-clabb plastoici' in lowji.  Let "nie kiiow.youi* icquiioments. * A  Carload of Liinc-jubt inipoited   A Car-,  >-"*' load of.. 13i iclc'under oider.   >.-   ,.  THE^p/EXPRES  ' ��������� ir W.!- BV Paget, Prop. -  .','1.     -' ,*���������.   - ��������� >* > *���������'  ' Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc., to any pint of'the City.'  Any Kind of .Transferring" ���������  Undertaken; ���������   '  All oiders .left at R. M. Smythe's  Tobacco, Store, or by Telephone, No. 7  will receive, prompt attention.  PALACE- -*       -    ^  RESTAURANT  ., McKoiiiio A\o."|noxtHoiiruo Uro������. Stoio^ i.  Fust-class jrcals,   alho   slioif oidcis  betved day and night.  "Mrs. R. E. McKittrick^Proprietress  SEE  Wing-Chung's newly imported  stock  of Chinese  ' and Japanese goods.   ~  The best assortment ever  landed  in   Revelstoke  of  useful     an  "articles:  d     ornamental  Tea sei vices  I'laU-.     ,  Hnsliel--,  fiuio Cliaiis  IliindkciuliiCfn  ''      GOLD  Kinchthtock of candles and fruit in town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  "Klowur Pols  _ Unibiclln hliinds  Ij.mcli Husketa  SinokniK .InoKots  Silk Goods.  FISH,  Synopsis ol Regulations lor Disposal of  Minerals on Dominion Lands in'Manl-  tolm. tho Northwest Tovritorios and  tlio Yultbn Torrltorv.  Coal.-Con! lands may be piirohased at ,  111) noi aeie for soft cual and W lor an-  thraclto ' Not more than 320 acres can  be aeqnlied by one, Individual or oom-  tmny. itoynlty at the lalo often cents  per ton ol 2,0110 pounds shall' bo collected  sjii'the ui'oss output.     ,  '   -' i  Quartl-PerBons of olt'litcon years and  over and Joint stock 'companies holding  (ieo minor's certificates muy obtain entry   '  foi a minim; location,       ' ,     .  A fioo minor's cei tlllcato Is granted for  )iio or moio years,'not exceeding li\o, upon  piiyineiitiln advance of $7.60 per annum for nn individual, and fiom'350 to  ,-SliiO pur milium foi a comimny, uceoidlng  't0ACfiee miner having discovered minornl  in placo, may locale a claim KiOOxloOO feet  bi ruin King out the same ..with two legal  'posts, homing location notices, ono at  ouch ond on tho line of tho lode or vein.'  The claim ahull ho lecordcd within lll-  tooii'dnys It located within ton ni lips, of a  mining lecoi'der'B ollice. one mid tion a  day allowed for evory additional ton  rnllus or fiactlon. , Tho foo for lecordlng   ���������  aAt"lc"ist J100 must bo oxpendod on the  claim each year or paid to tho in iilng m-  corder la llou theioot. When KOO Has been  oxpendod or paid, tho locator may, upon  having a survey iniiile, and upon complying with other iciiuliuinenlH, puichaao /  the land at tl 00 an ucio. ;  lJcrmibiilon may bo'granted by tho Minister of llio Intel Ioi    to    locale   claims ,  containing lion and mica, also copper, In  the 1'ukon Territory, of an aioa not exceeding 100' acres. '.  The patent for a mining location shall  pio\ldo foi llio pujnieiit of u loji'illy ol 21 per  cunt oi llio wilua ol ilropiodiiuwuilliulouaiuii.  Placer Mining, Manitoba and the N.W.  T., oxcepUng tho ifulcon Toulloiy.-  Placei mining claims generally are 100  feet'b0.uiue; entry foo, - *f5, renewable  yearly. On- the Noith Saskatchewan  Klver clulnw for either bar or bench,'the  former being 100 feet long and extending  between high and low water mark, 'lhe ���������  latter includes bar diggings, bin extends  back lo tho base of tho hill or bank, but ���������  not .-exceeding 1,000 feet. Where steam,  power is used, claims 200 foot wide may  be obtained.'  -   '���������     ' '���������',.,...'  Dredging in tho rivers of Manitoba  'and the N.'W. T., oxceptlng,,the Yukon ,  Territory.���������A free miner may'obtain only  two leabos of live miles each lor a term  of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of  tho Minister of i tho Interior, z _  The lessee's right Is conllned to the sub-,. ���������  merged1 beds'or bars of tiro river below  low water mark, arid subject to the lights  of all persons who havo, or who may receive* entries for bar diggings or bench '  claims,' except on the Saskatchewan  Klvei, where tho lessee may dredge'to  high water mark on each alternate leasehold.      ' v ' ,     ,       . '  The lessee shall havo a dredge In oper-(  atiorr within one season from tho date of .  thei-leiiso lor each live miles, but where  a person or company has obtained moio  *than ono lease-one diedge lor each lif-  teen    miles  ,or    lr action    is    sullicionc  llent'al,.?lU per annum  lor-Jeach mile of  -river loused, .lioyalty at tho iato of two  and a hall per cent collected on tho out-  'put afier.it oxceuds *1U,000.     '      - ,*   ���������   "*  -  Uiedgmg in tho  Yukon Tcnitoiy.���������Six  leases ol live miles each may bo gi anted*  to  a  free  miner, lor, a   toirn ,ol   twenty  years, also lencwable. - ���������"   t~  Tho  lessee's ���������ilglilYis   confined _to   the  subinoigcd bed oi   bais'in', tlio river below low water' mat k,*"'that boundary to "  bu rixed by_rts position on,Lhe latyday of  August lrr 'the yearof  the date,of the,  lease.   ' "*���������������   - , 'J- '*  The lessee shall havo ono diedge In op-  ofjtho lease,'���������and ono di edge "Aor,. each  "eralroii within iwo yeuis(Uom -Ure Oalo4|  live,miles within six-years from such  ilato.' UonUl.^lUU per'mile for "the llrst  'yoaivundN.iflu 'per mile loryeaoh, subse- _  iiuunt year.' lloyilty, same as'plilcor min- -  1'iacei Mining lu the2Yukon>.Territory.  ���������Creek, river .gulch and,hill claims shall  noL exceed ^jO'ieet'in lenglh, measured  on the base lino oi geneial direction of  tho creek or gulch, the width being fiom  1.UU0 to ^,0tiu leet. AH other placei'claims  sliull bu .ii1) loot iiiiiiu c. > -        ' ^ <-  Ulahns aio niaiked by two legal posts,  ono at each end, beai ing' notices, "liintry  'imisl be obiuined within lea Uajs, 11 the  claim is within ton mrles of mining le-  coidei s ollice. (Jne exlia day allowed  foi each,.udctitional ten miles oi fraction.  Tho poison or company staking a claim  must hold u liee miner's ceitlllcate.  The discoveiei ol a new mine Is entitled  to a'claim of 1,000 leot In length, and 11  thu puny consists ot two, l,5uo leet altogether, on tho output of which no royalty  shall be cliaigcd, tho rest ol the paity  oidinaiy claims only.  Kntij leu, $10. Koyalty at the rate of  "two and one-half per cent on tho value  ol the gold -shipped fioiu tlio Yukon Ter-  ntory to be paid to the Comptroller.  No tree miner shall receive a grant of  more than one mining claim on each sep-  eialo nvei,1 cieek oi gulch, but the same  nniiei may hold any number of claims  by puichaso, and Hoe ninieis may woik  their claims In parlneisliip by llllng  notice and paying lee ol ti. A claim may  be abandoned, and another obtained on  the some cieerc, gulcii or nvei, by giving  notice and paylrn;-u. roe.-  i Work must be done on a claim each  yeai  to tlio value of at least *f,<iuu.  A ceitlllcate that woik has been done  must bo obtained each yeai, it not, tlie  claim shall be deemed to be abandoned,  and open to occupation and entry by a  liee miner.  Tho boundaries of a claim,may be defined absolutely by having a -suivey  mado ami publishing notices in the Yukon  Olllcral lia^ette.  Petroleum���������All uuappioprlated Dominion .Lands in Manitoba, the Woi th-west  Teniioiies and within lhe Yukon Teirl-  toiy aie open to prospecting foi petiol-  eum, and tho minister may leseive lort  an Individual or company, having machinery on tho land to be piospected,  an uiea ol 01U acies. Should thu pios-  pectoi discover oil in, paying uuanuues,  and satisiautoilly establish such* discovery, un uiea not exceeding o-lu acies, including tho oil well and such other land  as may be determined, will be sold to  tho discoverer ut tho rate of J1.00 an  acre, subject to loyalty at such rato as  may bo specified by ordor-ln-councll.  Dopaitment   of   the   Interior,   Ottawa,  V   -  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer Inv^^aaa^^-  BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All oiiIoih piomplly filled.  Comer   Dougla"  andKiiiK sli cols  Fobi uury, l!Xll,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  DON'T  MARRY, DOCTOR or do^  pur, "Don't do .1 thing"  till miii see clourly wliut'i  bust by mil of Flashlights  on Human Nature, on liraltli, diso.iM), lovo.  imirriiiKO '"I PiirontiiRO Tells uli.il juti'd ,i>,k  u ilnctor. but don't liko lo. 210 p'lh'OH, illustr.it-  ������<l. 2,'icents; lint to mtrodnco it wo scud ono  1'iily to nm adult for ikkUko. 10 cunts. M.  HILL PUB. CO., 120East 28th Street. Now  York.  LEARN  SHORTHAND   AT HOME  by corrcsiioiideiicc.    10 weekly lcibons  will make you pcifcct.  OBTAIN   HIC-IIKR SALARY  iShoitliand is noiMitluyb indispcnsible  to   cvcrylrody.      Utilize   Ex,are   time.  Very moderate fee.    We procure posi-  tioi'b.    Wnte for fiec booklet.  Cl.n nt.M, Coitui.dro.vDi.xcE Colleci*.  215, Temple Cliainbcrs,  Temple Avenue, London, E,0.  JAMES A. SMART  Deputy of tho Minister of the Interior.  An Amii.k.iivi.Kion is a I3usisi,ss Piiouucirii  THOBNTON & ECCLES  Paintops, Papoi'hang-eps  and Sig*n Writers  J*s(in!itt('s liivon fur nil Kinds of liouso p.iintuii;.  Ordora fur I'utiurliuii^iUK und Kulsoiiuiiiiig will  rucuno |iiinii|it iittciitioii  LETTERING & GOLD LEAF WORK  A   SPECIALITY.  ADDlir;SS : P   O  liOX 2'i2, or  SFX0NI) ST., Behind C. P. R. Shops.  Ordors loft ul J   W   Jionuott's will bu  promplly iittonded to.        ,  Halcyon Hot Springs  ~Ta n it a riu m.  T  \MIE MEDICAL WATERS of  Hal-  world. A perfect, natural remedy for  all Nervous and Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments  and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure  for "That Tired Feeling." Special  rates on all boats and trains. Two  mails arrive and depart every day.  Telegraph communication with all  parts ot the woild. An experienced  rrrassanger.  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrobu LaKe. "B, C.  Ji ii   -  -^������������������������>������->"^rilj .,  --.���������'.r,'**,-?���������'���������������  - .<i , T  i 7  ^  /^  /^  M  tf**l  "ft*'/.? I  .THE KOOTEKA.Y MAIL.  Rtf*  Vf  is  REVELSTOKE.  Cont iiiuoil I'i oin I'uko Ono    '  by the gold,, lirieks piod'ueed, and the  extensi\o bodies of silver-lead oie on  Fish Cieek arc pi action My un touched.  On the Arrow Lakes and along the  niain line of llic C. P. It.1, both east  and wcht, aie extensive deposits of  silver-lend nnd zinc oics, only' u-iiitinu  cupitiil nnd mining skill to linn them  to nccuunt and make hcmIiIi foi theii  nivcstoit. ' , '  To'the  north   tho   Big   Bond   lias  proven a iich placer gold lield and the  companies opcinting theie have shown  .there rs still a lot of gold to be  found  Then   theic  aie  extensive  minora  deposits  theie  of  vuiious kinds, and  Englibh nnd American   nunc (wport,-  have  reported  most  fn\oiubly on the  in incral pun-peels ofjliut cpimhy.  Aamoii.Ti'iii; ami i huit cihowino.'  \   leninrkable   fact   about   liiitish  Colnnibiii is that wherever watoi'c.in  'bo got on the hind i t - wj 11  gro������>-'anything.   Tho soil  of  the valleys is ex-  ce'ptionally fertile, and   much  of  the  bench land is suitable for small fiirin-  ing'and fruit'growing.   The valley of  ! the Columbia, between Kevelstoke and  Arrowhead, on-both sides of the river.  ,Mill one day be densely peopled, when  thc himbciman has removed the tini-  Coinpany, thc purchase,   money heingj  nbout $62 000.      Since then   the cityi  has    cllcctcd   consideniblc   additions  mid'improvements,  milking  the   pio  peity woith rloso on  H*8l).()00.     Fiom  tho wntor and light, fr.ineliises the city  ttide which thc eiti/.ens owe to their  late mayor, M.J. O'U-ipii, for tlie service lenderc-d rn snceeRsfully negotiating the -niicliiisc of these valuable  f'-mcliipe.-*. Tlm following annual valuations of  bind anil lmuiou'me. ts in  western states looking for suitable  cuttle ranges Those whom he spoke  to were highly pleased ,witli tho country. They thought it would become  a gieat cuttle district, and Mr. Livingstone is of the sumo opinion.  ,' Speaking of his explorations for  timii r and coal, Mr. l/ivingstone smd  he hud been most Riiece-,-,ful.  NOTICE.  'Ilihry liijsnflor dnto I Intend to npnly to  tin1 Hnnnrnnlo .('liluf ('onimiiclonor or LiwxIh  an I \\ oik foi impeciiil Iicoiim- to cut and curry  nw-i\ timbei Iron) tlio folio wing dcsciibod  Ian ib*��������� 1  l.  CoininoncliiK nta po������t innrked II. T.cKudi-oii.  nbiiit 100 yards from tlie low crshoro of Armstrong l^ako, thence 1(1 chums ova, thoiiuo IM)  north, tin nco 10 chains wont, thonco 1U0 chuliiH  south to tho point of connnoiicorncnt. ���������  1 2. ��������� <-  Coinmencliu,' nt pout nuukod R. T. Hudson,  on tlio w-o.t hunk or .Salmon (Jr-'ok, about balf-  n-mllufioni S, Riaham'H Hiirvoyod land, theneo  10 clmliiu west, (hence KiOolialiiH south, thonco  10 p.lmliiH oni-l, 1 hence 100 uoith lo tlm point of  ('oiiiinuiicoiiH'iit.i - *'  Sent. 10, 1UM". * 11. T. HUDSON,  NOTICE.  had, during tho'dist your of operating  them, net profit of $9.01'!, and in addition saved tho taxpayers ^1,823, representing tho amount hitherto paid  out to the water  and  light company  tho city for the past live years show  tho steady progress of .Revelstoke:   ,  You r  1900...  1901...  1902...  1903...  190-L ..  Lund  .1273,3.1(5'  . 3 IJ .851  '. 317,426  . 342,255  : 3*19,478  Iinpimc"  IllOlltb    '  Tncronso  ���������1-288; 140          338,420, $81,379  343,230 ��������� 7,385  360,700 , 52,359  403,700 41,223  This shows a total increase of valuation in the past four years of .1-182,-  346, or an , average increase of 1(145,586  per 'annum, equivalent tot an annual  increase of,10J percent.' When the  conservative basis*'of civic valuations  is consideied tho'stendy and safe progress ��������� of ,the' city from year to year is  ovident. i ,    ���������' ^   ,      -*       r  Owinc to the contour of the mountain ranges-and valleys Revelstoke is  the'only point at which a city of .importance can be established within 100  miles'east'or west of it. 'It is good  fo'r a-city to undergo the process'of  self-examination' - occasionally,' and  when, it 'is done we see there is every  reason for satisfaction on the- part of  those interested here, and 'foHiope in  the future that the progress which has  been so steadily and persistently main-  tained-will continue. Those who have  studied ther-'situation well claim that  Revelstoke will be to British Columbia  what Spokane is to the state of Washington south of.thcjine, and there is  every leason to bclieve~thac- foresight  will be icalisecl.   ���������- <   (   '    -     '*-  'J'lilily ilujK after (Into I intend lo apply to  llio'Honoiutile." CoiiimlMsloiier, of Liui'lri nnd  unr!f> fur iv,Hiieoinl< Ucuiiho to out und ciury  unity, timber from tho followliiK dohciilicd  llllldR!��������� r ^  C'ominoiiciiiK ut u pouti plunlod on the cuit,  side of Flfo (;ieok, iibout onu mllo fiom tho  bond of (Jill iboo Uiko, marked (J. IV Henrj'H  noi I h worn, ooi upr post, thonco boul h KO ohaiiiH,  Ihoiice oiuit 80 oiiuIiih, iliimou nuilli 80 ohaiiiH,  thonco wcHtiOohaiiiHlo thopol'itofcominoncu-  merit. ,       i       i       i    .    .   ,  Dulod AugllbtSrtli, 1901. '  *t' IC. I*. IIKNRY.  rPor A. W. Dickinson, Agent.  FOR  FURNITURE  -if L  dm-. Ih no de-  pa i I nn-ii t ii I  si ore. Homo  l''uiiii>-hiii).r< \ i  Uiii-iw 1^ hihii  null liiihliiii.-.  fill' 10 } em).,    ,  The onl3' travelling  >nlcRn)nn we have is  our catalogue. Yon  can do your shop- '  ]ilii(,',iit homo and  t>uic inoiiej*, nnd  lake 3 our o������n In  cliooMng.���������1SC8 illu-  i-tmlionp ail priced  and de-bribed���������Kree  on request, '?  WEILER BROS.,  jyivi: floors oi-v  SHOWROOMS  'VICTORIA.; B.c2Gf  ,������-'-  NOTICE.  i >  ber and the farmer can take his place.  The other valleys east, west and north  are filling up with settlers.  cducaiiox.  Thc educational facilities afforded  in the city are now of the  best.   The  city  school ranked among the first in  the  province  nil the last high school  'examinations,   and   the  high  school  affords  advantages   for  education   tc  qualify for any walk in life.  BANKING.  Revelstoke has two banks, thc Imperial and Molbons. The former has  shown its faith in the city by electing  one of the best buildings herei  '  The fine brick store built nearly  two years ago by C. B. Hume & Co.  has been described by travellers as one  of thc best store buildings in thc province. The Hume-Lawiencc1" block,  now in course of erection, is being  built of stone and brick and will be as  good a building as the Hume block.  P. Burns & Co. and two othei firms  propose erecting large brick blocks.  Thc residence area keeps continually  growing. A well-known binldei and  contractor fiom Vancouver Island,  who recently visited the city, declared  that iu all his travels he had never  seen a finer lot of residences than  those to be seen in a walk along Mc-  Kcnzie avenue. The extension of tho  Smelter townsite has- all'orded those  who wish to obtain larger areas for  homes   an  oppoitunily^of doing so,  for stieet and municipal lighting etc.  The system tlieiefore earned a revenue  to the-city equivalent to 17-������ per cent  on the cost of purchase  in   the  first  HIGH-SCHOOL  Opening Took, Place .Thursday:  5 Oni Thursday morning - the high  school-for the City of* Revelstoke was  opened' by '* the headmaster,, Mr.  Scissons, B.' A.', of .Barrie, Out!, who  arrived from'east on Tuesday^ - ,   Tlio- a^.liv^/1*- (,. vtol������%,.),-^r������oo.-w.���������Z.iis<l���������  mark,rainier and Floyd, were present,  also Revs. C. A. Piocunier, Sutherland  and Calder, and Mr. Miller, headmaster of the city school. Each addiessed  a few words to the pupils, urging them  to do their best to maintain the credit  of the new school. Rev. Mr. Calder  spoke in high terms of the work which  Mi. Floyd, city clerk and secretary to  the school trustees, had done for  education in their t midst., He said  ho had closely watched Mr. Floyd s  woik, and no man could have done  more than he. ������-      ,   -  -  O-  i  ' Thirty dii3-h aftor dato I intend to apply to  tlio Honorable "CommlHsIoncr of Lands and  Works for a special licenso lo cut'and carry  I imuor from tlio following- described luixls:��������� ,  ,No. 1. < ',i.   ���������     '  Commencing nt post planted on the cast side  of Klfo Creek, about ono mile from the head of  Cariboo Luke,, and adjoining tlio noi th-west  coi ner of K. P. Henry's timber limit, marked  A. ���������Wr Dioklnson'H -south-west corner post,  thence 80 chains north, thence 80 chains last,  thence 80 clinins south, rhenco 80 chains west  to the point of commencement.    '      '    '  *,. * >- *> -No.2..?r ," i ',  , ComniencIiiK nt a post planted about one half  mile south of E. P. Henry's north-west corner  post on Fifo Creek, at tho head of Cariboo  Lake, and marked A. W. Dickinson's south eiu.t  cornorpoit, thence 40 chains west, thence ICO  chains north, thence 40 chains cast, thonco 1G0  chainf south lo the point of commencement.  Dated August 27th, 1901..  -  A. W. DICKINSON.  IMPERIAL. BANK '-OF .-CANADA*.v.V  HENRY'S NURSERIES  3010 AVcstniin'-U'i   lioud.  <  NOTICE. :  Thirty days afterdate I intend to apply to  tho Honorable Commissioner of Lands-and  Works for a special liconso to cut and carry  away limber from the' following described  lands:��������� ,       , i  Commencing at a post planted on llic cost  bunk of Fife Creek, about tuo miles fiom the  head of Cariboo Luke, marked A. M. Bcattio's  south-west corner post, thence SO chains noi th,  thence 80 chains oast, thence 80 chains south,  thence 80 chains west to the point of commencement. . '     ,    ,i.    ,  Dated August 27tb, 1001. .  .,    .*"       -   A. Ml-BKATTIE.  , -Per A."\V. Dickinson,'Agent.  NOTICE.  KEVELSTOKE LUMBER CO'S. MILL, KEVELSTOKE, B. C.  year of civic opciation, and this apart  from thc fact that on taking over thc  system the charges for lighting were  reduced   to    the    Vancouver    scale.  (  JMl'lCRTAL BAiN'IC, REVELSTOKK.  nnd the rapid man nor in which this  land has been purchased shows the  faith the btiycis have in the city.  I'llI* oirv  is  in   nn   unupu' position, owning its  own     fianchises,    water    aud   light.  There wore purchased from tiro Jtovol-  utoko Wator and Light   and  Power  LOCAL INDUSTRIES.  C. B. Hume & Co.'s Brick Yard.  C. B. I [time <fc Co, have turned out  at their biick-yard, acioss the Tnm-  wata, over 400,000 hiicks this season,  the work having been done under ���������iup-  eivision of Mr. (Jill, of Vancouver.  The quality of thc .brick is highly  .spoken of. Thc firm arc now delivering in the city thc contents of thc  fust kiln they binned, composing  over 150,000 brick A second kiln of  over 120 000 is now'being burned, and  a third kiln of o"*.er 120.000 will immediately be put up and burned.  The brick made this season is mostly  for the building being erected for The  Lawicncc Haidware Co., Ltd, but the  firm ha\c made a good deal over this  requirement for other local demands.  With tho steady growth of tho city,  and the extended use of water and  light, the lcvonuo will proportionately  increase, and oven this handsome ratio of revenue on the investment will  bo exceeded. When wc review such a  satisfactory condition of things it is  well to romouibor   the debt of grati-  PFACE RIVER.  A Coming Section.  Mr. Livingstone, who has been exploring the northern country for  capitalists, states there arc vast tracts  of magnificent land in the territories,  and declares it is thc coming section  in thc west.  Mr. Livingstone is strongly of  opinion that the country will settle up  rapidly as soon as it is made accessible  by the construction of railroads. He  met parties of  cattlemen   from  the  WITHIN thirty days after date I intend to  .apply to tho Honorable Commissioner of  Landsand Works for, a special licence to, out,  and carry away timber from tho following described lands,. -'    -  Commencing at a post planted on Midwest  side of the north east arm of tho Upper Auow-  hcad Lake, about half a milo from the shore,  on the south line of V.' Hobiiison's" miichahc  land, theneo 80 chains north, thence 80 chains  west, thence SOchanib south, thence 80 chains  east. -   '  , ' > J        '  (.-Aug  2nd,190i. <    ,,., >E. P. HKNUY. _  -i.s'G'S   COLLEGE-SCHOOL  INTELLECTUAL, MORAL AND PHYSICAL TRAINING.  It has met with reumrkabl������ suicri. in ,  COMPETITIVE- EXAMINATIONS   AND   ATHLETICS,  ind 't Ins the ronfitleniii ant) nuruiuf,'e of iiiaiii ci! the best  fjilif He. Penpi ns Selit Gtll Kererenics The I onl Bishop of  tun Wistminiiter,  rhe Rev   Dr   Pentreath   \ri.liileiuon of  Columbia etc    REV.C. J.BRENT0N, M.A., Head Master.  578 BUKRARD ST. VAKCObVFK   B   C  100,000 Bulbs .     '  To arrive soon fiom'JIollund, Fiance  and Japan.  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental .Trees!  , Rhododendrons, Roses,  ,    Greenhouse and Haicly Plants  '   - ...        for,fall planting.  v    '    -   ' ft '    ,",* ���������        i  1 ,,   >',   Homo-Grown and Importod    -        '���������*'  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  I-*!    always in stock in season'.<    ���������, -  ~: - r 'FERTILIZERS.- ' ��������� \t  Bee Hives and Supplies.1  Greenhouse full of Plants, Cut Flowcis,  ', ' ,     Floial Work, "n1    ���������"'.  - Catalogue ficc, or call aifd examine"  stock.   ,      ���������       ���������  Host, K,000,000.  Oil|������till Authiirboil, ?l,000,������)0   .Uiipltnl Paid Up, 8.KXKM00.  , '       '     Head Ollice, Toko.vto, Ontario.  EHninclios In tho Nurtlmost Torritorios, Miinltobii, Ontario nnd QuoImjo. "  And   tlio riilliml-iu iKiliits In   Hntitli, Colunibiii:    Untiii-rook. Golden,  iNuKou, Ko\oli>Uikb, Trout LaLo, Viincoinor nnd Vietoriri.  I'  2%,  "' ";'  r.   J,.  H   Ml'.ltltlTT,  'rl1iT\vT,<i0!"* .;<   D* '}��������� Wn-mBi'VIeo.Prosldenfnnd Qcnorul MnnnBor.,  i.. IIAV, .Vsnlsiniit.aunorul Miiniiirar.    W. MorrAT, Chlof Insixxitor.  Revelstoke Branch, B. C���������A General B.inkinj������ Business Transacted  t    -       Siivlui-8 Do!mrtinoiit-Doi)Oi.its Uocoliml mid Intoroat Allowod.   .  i* ���������;  ' ," "���������  llrnfta sold uvniliiblo iu nil imrts of ���������Rnniidn, Unitod Stntos nnd Euroiw. '  Spaouil utteiitlon i{I\on to collootions. _,    A. >:. Priirrs, Mniingor.  /"  .'h"/  "2 ' ;i'  r-.i'  REVELSTOK^B^H^lS  ^*-      ���������       ���������  Td^^ilx-J*S  PROPRIBTORS.:  Newly, built.  Pi.  P-'/^b-rtJ ij"!?'A?_ Irp Jrtjr,  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.  ^First-class in every respect.- -'All mqidern?co'nveniences'.^ -?  _-, . "I - .Large.Sample Roomsd; 'f ���������'-''��������� f^f^f^Jf^J^jv.' ,  ,Rates SI.50 per Day,-,  *   /. SpeciahWeekly'Rates.���������*���������'*���������'*���������"   J"  im  M.  ..'J. HENRY,  Vancouver,-B. O.  (Succssors to W. A. Smith"i& Co:)  HEADQUARTERS FOR   ���������.  Brea,d &;  ^ a   Cakes  . ~*.; i '.v    -   , 'OF' ALL KINDS  iff+fm%L  .\   < ^naies -si.ou per unv,* t opeciai  vreeKiy naies.;  ir    ���������   rit^* m1. ^ \_ r - "������i,,,*'1/jT  Queen's, Hotel, Trout Lake, ;under- same fmanagementtl^K^||  ORIENTAL-- HOTtElS  d''ably furnished with1 the*choicest,the market'  /c affords.'    Best Wines,-* Liquors/ &-G.ig'arsJ^;  Rates $ i ��������� a day.    MonthIyVate..J"'  ,,,iW:l'  '^kV*-^^   1  *?.&l  J". ' ALBEET     STOnSTE,  Jr'-tiOit?.^ yfyiy< fc'JiiiK  2**   **���������   ***   "*,**���������   ���������   -   *   r*   *   *   *   ****,���������"   "   *   *' "   ' -' .' '**,'    , , "���������-���������- -  HOTEL : LARDEAU   ���������'COMAPLIX   '  Pull supply of fresh d"  ���������^-.-gx-uueries-jusii- ;/  ' , opening up  Prompt attention given to all outers.  The Master Mechanics Pure Tar Soap heals  and softens the skin, while'promptly cleansing  it ot grease, oil, rust, etc ln\alliable for me  chanics, farmers, sportsmen. I'rco sample of  receipt of 2c. for postage. Albert Toilrt Soap  Co., manufacturcr>i, Montreal.  100 SILK PIECES!  Extra large silk and satins for fancy  work. Lovely colors sure to please, with book  of fancy work and arlistie premium, ALL for  15 couth, 2 lots for 25o,- Money returned instantly if not as represented. Illustrated LIST  KRI';i'I. Address: EXCELLO fiO��������� 472 Main  Street, East Orange, N. J.   ,  ������MKMTO  Standard remedy (or Gleet,  Gonorrhoea and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladder Trembles.  [Succosssor to Dn Currj.       ^ .  Dentist ,  G-old Crown and Bridge  "Work a Speciality.  Dental Parlors over Bew's  Drug Store,  MACKENZIE AVE.  Second Annual Exlribiti ir of the  Nelson   .Agriciiltiriiil   and  Industrial Association  Sept,28&29  NEW BUILDINGS, FINE GROUNDS  BIG PREMIUM LIST  NOVEL OPEN AIR ATTRACTIONS  Write for Prize List:  J. E. Annable. Sec, Nelson, B. C.  J. Guy Barber  JEWELRY  DIAMONDS  WATCHES  and a   '  complete line ,  of the  GENUINE  "1847  Rogers Bros."  -<i-v"   '-  [.'   .   . ^   ���������  fa The Best House in Town.  ������������������^���������^���������^���������^^���������^rfei^i^^1^'^'^^  '- Well* Furnished * v- ^ GoodlTdble \  Best  Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS teptin Stock.fr;%  ���������������������������  W. HAMIi;TdN/P^prietdp.\VA^*r*f,il  1. '-f> *l  I    ',1V^1  '������������������iff A\'  -v,W.   I  '^1  Qiieen's Hojbfel  d COMAPLIX    ,;  J     "t     ���������* Cl * tj^i"s ^'*  Knives, Forks,  *��������� Spoons, etc.  Eves enrefully examined and  properly fitted to the_best grade  of kIasscs  ,cR3  Tliii '.Iiorlliiinil Is tntally ililTuri'ii^ lo nil  olliors. It only tirkes wqdIth lo leiiui, iiistond  of miiiitliHor lour- ttcnn lio mini liki; iirint.  At tlio fourth loisoii yim write III unrili. nnd at  tlio 10th losson UK) words n iniillilo. Tliollrst  tliroo lessons umililos jnu to miilto privutu  notoij mul tlio iltli lesson brings jnti to corros-  IKjiiclniK stylo, tlio 2(ltli nnd llnnl, losson to ro-  iMirtinif. It tnkos but two hours to learn the  lirst lesson, and a n|ieciiiion may ousi'dii at the  Koiiteiiny Mall on application to the iiiimiiUDr,  Mr. Hiikkoii. Lossiins by mall lire (|iiitc easy  We Kiiarantoo succoss Our -fOiiiiKost pupils  aro V.VA, and tho oIdosl82 Typowritiiin taught  bi mall Wo forward you lo-son shoots to teach  jou the correct Iln^orini;���������all tlm IliiKors All  nro taiiKbt di tho blind touch sjstom. Wnto,  saying tho iiiachini) miu Iiiivo. or if wo are to  suppl*, >ou .with a New nr Second hand one  W'e do not hirooiitnincliinos  TIDHMS���������For shorthand S.K) to completion,  payable by iustalmonts. lypowntiiiK $10 to  completion, but nn)ment in advance Address  the Socrotary Studio lover Imporial IJariM,  Victoria    P  O   Hox 116  CHIEF YOUNG-,  Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  ^JA^A  ^Travellers' to Fish  at this'Hotel,  Creek will find excellent accommodation'  >v s  *Kf  '"n?^l  ft."?.!  ;1.*t jB  3Di?,iasrB:  '���������*.*.���������  <^-i.  Ml  PERFECTION -COCOA  t  It is absolutely puref ,'"   ;   "  COWAN'S CHOGOLAtE CAKE; ICINGS,  '"      CREAM BARS ETC. ARE VERY CHOICEST-QUALITY ....d1 '  The COWAN CO., Limited, Toronto  -~\ '^  s _-,  r  Who knows anything about  All Buyers. Sellers nnd Users of ^ - " ' !j-    '" ,  '������      Impervious >v*  ������ Sheathing- Paper  Are intereste<I in this question.  Will every lender of this eii'iuiry "D A '^J^S^T^13i���������E,R.,,  " Who knows anything nbout    J*-**-** *���������* J���������v-, JJ1"     ,  Pleitsc drop u line on the subject to  The E. B. Eddy Company, |~  HULL,  CANADA.  T'S EASY ENTERTAINING  Your friends when you can offer them a hot cup of refreshing  BLUE RIBBON TEA. It pnts everyone in the best humor,  and the minutes fly quickly.  The Red Label is the most popular blend. ���������J  If  .THFKOOTENAY MAIL.  "If yoii think you  would 'like  io start'"      -    ��������� <���������    ���������  TAKING   PHOTOGRAPHS  just call and see the variety of  KODAKS  ���������    '  , ��������� ' AISTD  CAMERAS  AT  THE.  CANADA,DRUG &  BOOK  They keep   all   the   necessary  - "supplies and chemicals.  ,., Call, or send 'a post card for  ']��������� Catalogue.'' ^  it"        1 "J" ;  1^.'-^-, "  . \ J'd, *- f -'  T11 ,r '--'    ,      *   .  Vfcfc-dV-    '  I  *+L-JLrt     -  | ������>, ' ���������"<-."    ���������������  Wi*    r.-.^  u'  I"?      ������j , j ������  tf  1 A.     ���������**  ���������"I v(.  is-   -*.���������������������������  L*-"*\-,d ,v.  l������d"  irr *  &'C  =t  < ,  frv  r  :r  "1 ^  *���������*  i /-  ���������  -tt*  , t  c ���������/  - r  . --  i-y* ,     4  ->x * /���������  ������3  *  i.-    i  -..  ^  1   ~  s I  .JWB'  1  j-**- w  r  pfr- '  1   "  C    r  J-  1  It -'  Local, and General.  Dr. 'Ginlmm   has   moved  to 'J.   C.  Hutchison's house on 'Fiist St. jf^-  ; V The C. I'.'l-i.'wiU giv* .^rotiirn trip  ��������� nt single i,,l������ ������*">*���������* Ne|soiiJi'aii.  , %, ui.'Urady has given   un  option   on  >" St. Leon Hotel  'to a New Jeisoy c.ipi-  ' H.ilis't.      __!",_/    , , '  * A party of lioss-l.indcis Jms been  'visiting St. Leon on iu shooting e\-  .   cursion.  It.   Scott  lias leceived   the contmot  for tiro building   of   the   new   .school  ,. house nt Trout Luke.  .The rate win on Atlantic steamships*  ,   has lesulted in steciage f.ue being cut  to ,-flO between Britain and Canada.  Oie Sanbeig������aiid F. JToie&thavo up-  .plied for  uatei   lights  m  connection  ..with   the  water supply  system   they  . 'have put in at'Albert Canyon.  Much  sympathy   will   be c.xpiesscd  , throughout ^Kootenay with  Dr.  Sin-  'dair, of liossland, in the boieavemcnt  ",he"has sustained   by tlie death of iiis  r;wifed- :    ������- ,  C.*'J.  Gliddcn,, the   Boston   banker  J"who is 'making Min luutomobilc    trip  over the C.'J? .ii..n passed  through"il\o  '.jbity yesteulay und^wiifa  making .great,  ,   .time.1���������"-* -~J"'  "*  ^   " '  ���������   Much sympathy is felt foi   Air. and  'Mrs. J. McCrum, of Kainloops, in  the  '.'loss of their  only  son.,    Tlio  funei.il  ,    was one of the l.ugest  seen   in   K.uii;,  0   loops. " '  A sensation was caused  at  Scuttle  by the Alaskan  steamer City  ol cTo-  peka , sinking '-at   the   whaif without  . Z any"known  cause" unless  it be~'6vci-  loading.   , ^       -���������"_    ._.  - J. R.^Your.gl a'Scotch totuist, is  laidi..up. at-'Glaoiei with* a spiamed  leg'and is badly biuised as the lesult  ot a fall fionr Lookout   induiitain, the  d ,ascent of which he attempted without  a guide.  Kamloops Pan will be held from  ."sept. 27th to 30th. Thciu'will bo two  days racing, a polo toiiiiiameiil, ninsie  by the .Fifth Itogiiiiont Hand and on-  -teitainnient by the' v]Jarold Xcl&on  company.  - The'Depnitincut of the Jntenor rs  nrr-angirrg to publish n map ol 1,110  squaie  miles of the  Sclkiik  Mount-  . ains, piep.ucd'by Mr. A. 0. \\ hcclci,  chief topographical suncyoi of the  departmciit.  W. M. Lawiencc has puichased Di.  CrossVhouse on McKenzic Ave. and  will take up his residence there. F.  'Shipley has purchased Aid. Foote's  house on Third St. Both transactions  were put through by the Kevelstoke  Insurance Agency Limited.  The portion of ouriepoit of the proceedings oi the Hailway  Commission,  leferring  to crossings  at   the   lowei  town  has been miiintcrpctcd.     The  'reference  to the   crossing some  distance from  the Trout street crossing  ���������na? the Big  Bend  road crossing and  had nothing to do with the. Douglas  street  crossing.     The  commissioners  did not consider thc present ciossing  on the Big Bend road a safe one  nnd  proposed to older an   otuihcnd  cioss-  ing being put in behind -Mi. llolten's  house in .-ubiiitutiun   cherefoi.    They  refused to entertain the pmposal for a  level cins'-ing iit, Douglas stret' find  said their policy was in the mteiests  ol the public safety, to do awn, with  level cios-ingb wluie possihleand to  substitute, luidergitiimd oi oioihc-ad  crossings.  On Sunday evening Hov. .1. Ci  She.iicr, wcioliuy, to tlie Louis \).i)  Alliance, nddie-ied ii I.iigo meeting in  lhe opera hoiiie. Ucvs. Calder and  Sutherland, mul Capt Maynton, Of the  Salvation Army, also took pari in the  meeting. , ,       ���������  Karl Ciey, who is'to '-iiiccced' Kail  iUinlo in the'tloveinoi-Ueneialship, i^  a man both of action * and ideas.  When'he sat in the House of Commons he wiib a Libcial, a man of  sound, commoii-sen--o, anirtactful, so  that he will doubtless very (piickly  adapt himself to the social conditions  existing in Canada,   r  J. Sergeant, spaio liicman for the  0. I'. It. and who'was, a sti anger in  tho district, died at the hospital  Wednesday fiom a tumour bursting  internally' on the hiaiii. 'i'-Althoiigh  not a member of their oigiini/alion  the local bnuicli of liieinun uiuleitool-  tho funoiiil o\*iionses wilh their customary, loyally, tn their follow!-. De-,  censed was' 2.'}'yoiiio -of age and cimo  from iNowfouiidland. ,       > ,  Snys The   Ledge:���������"W.' U.   flearst  said m   Spukano  that  he   had   never  scon anything iii   Kmope to equal the  hceueiy rof the  Airow-iind   Kootenay  lakes,  and < yet   he   did   not see the  grandest sights that we have in Kootenay.  The Tourist Association should  make capital of his vi-it and remarks.  It i" apropos to mention that 20 years  ago Heaist's father,in company   with  llaggon ownecLthc Hluc Hell nunc opposite Aiiiswoi I,h."    " , ,  'The annual meeting of  the- Jtovcl-  stoke   JIospir,aI ,r was   held   Tuesday.'  The medical   rcpoit  showed "1.15 .patients had i ecu   .idmitted' dining the  yen, nnd 17(i(i oiit dooi   ca-jes tro.ucd.  Moio a'croininodation and an isolation  hospital weie needed     Thc  leport of  the Ladies  Guild   urged   a voiandiih  lound the hospitsil.    The diiectois ic-  poit showed   (he" debt of !f3000  had  been p.iid ofl', the receipts   were  $17,-  269-10,  and    expendituie   .f L7,9f>3 87  Thanks  weie specially, tendered   the  Ladies Aid.   'I he former boar 1, of ��������� 31  direct! rs weie ic-clectcd  with  T. Kilpatrick President,   F. . McCarty   vice-president, G.'S  McCaitei second vice-  president, and A. B. I'lupps secretary-  treasurer.'      ,   .         ,i      ���������'  > "The nc'w   Presbyterian   church ^it-  Arrowhead   was   opened   Sunday,'   by  Rev. \V. C. Johnston,  the minister in  cliaige,   Rev. W. C. Calder" pleaching  in the morning   and  Kev.   Dr.'^'Ilerd  man.in  tho evening. , ,Dr.   ncidnian  also  addiesscd    the   Sunday -School.  ThC'biiildmg  was elected   by   Messrs  Rnlton' and   Kimhcilcy, 'has  seating  acconiinndittinii    Ioi   IJ5,   with-Imse-  iniMit   suitable   .fori   entcrtainim nts,>  Siuidiiy school and icadinrr  room.)  Il  cost $1,300^ of  which  $900  has, been  subsciibcd.     The-  ollciing  was '$!.')  To the Ladies Aid, of wliich Mis. Gib-  <on was'president "iid  has been   sne'-  cceded by Mis  Kennedy, much eiodit  is duo for'securing'the new chiuch"_.  SMELTER    ^  .     TOWNSITE  Now on the market, choice.residential . property dn 7th, Street,  Blocks 51 arid 54 surveyed into  lots, 50 x 100 feet  and upwards, on easy terms.  I l    V  odor  Sold to Local Syndicate.  Anangements ha\e been made foi  the sale by the Lnglish company  hitheito ow mug cthc Smelter Town-  site at Kevelstoke to a local syndicate  consisting of Mcssis Lendium, McCaitei*. Kilpatiick. Kincaid, and F 13-  Lcwis. jW'ho aie organising a compmy  with a capital of $50 000 "to, handle it.  Steps will be taken to improve the  propei ty with a view to make it at  tractive to home-seckoVs and iiivestcis  Contiactb have aheady been let for  laying side walks on Sixth and  Seventh .streets between McKenzie  Ave. and Robso n A\e. Other streets  will be graded, rolled, and side ^alks  built  Piopei ty- in this prut of the city has  rapidly increased in wilue of'late,  transactions hating taken place where  the \alire has been doubled since the  lots were sold last spiing.  Wc luivc decided lo present $10.00'worth of Fruit Trees  ' '��������� , ' - -*, ''   .  to e*ich i.icfc ofj;iiid/sold in the'fruit gardens nem- McKcnzic  Avenue/   LOW. PRICKS   AND,EASY  TERMS.  REVELSTOKE INSURANCE AGENCY  LIMITED  I ' . a    \ -        , <  /- " " _ \ --:--f  <���������-���������'���������;;������������������ 'Agents.'���������<'-,*  Business Locals.  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  ^  That we are competent  in the art of dispensing.  We have his confidence.  We assist him by carrying in stock all thc latest  drugs and chemicals;  by carefully preparing"  and cumpounding his  prescriptions ; by delivering promptly all  prescriptions left in our  care.  For thc-c riM^im1, nnr pro-rri|ilion  tr.ide lins t-rmwi r,tpi(Ih. Fur Llicni1  ren^oii^ wr r(".pcctfnlli it-l, forjuiir  ji.itron.iKC. Lo.ivp n-> tlio ncx! pro-  ���������cnutinii. (irli'll jour-loctfir lo lo.uo  ntT/?e Tied Cross  iMASOXlC.  On Thursday evening Grand First  Principal A. Shaw paid a visit to tho  local chapter, and riflei the inieting  the visitor w.is onteit,lined at a bun-  i|iiet, A K. Bennison catering. The  cha[)ter felt highly honored by the  fact, that Lliis i- the first chapter in  the pio\inco to be si.iited by the Grand  I'rincip.il and an eiijiiyable evening  was spent  On H'fednc-day evening .M. \V. (!. M  ffowaer, of \'ancoii*.er, visitf.l thu  Kootenay Lodge A. I'd and A. M., and  found the lodge rnalter.t in lir-jt c-Lim^  Older. The lodge- entertained him ,it  a li.inipiet nfler the ineutiiig. While  lie w.t-i in the city the hietliien showed  him round and took him adiive tu  the canyon. Ho eyprpixfd liiiu*-elf  greatly [ileased with hit visit.  Pipes impaired at,Urown's. -      J >''  Trueman's,studioiiow open and will  lcniiiin so.'    ^ .      ,      ,' "   d  Souvenirs, anything you like.iit the  Ciiiiada Drugstore.' '_'.*?"*"d   1       '*���������  Photographic"'supplies at Rows'  Drug Stoie.    j    '     i  DONT.KIDME, KID-McCOY at  Rrown's Cigai Store. - >    ,  Scbnol books and supplies. Our  stock is complete. The" lied prose  Drug Stole.     <    ��������� >       . , , r.  ���������Do not fail to go and see  Profe������sor  0 ���������^, L.  Ruell's     marvelous     representations  nevt Tuesday evehing. ''  'Drawing.scts, squaic and e'ompasses  everything Jor ryoung" aitists at the  Red Cioss Ding Store."  .'A GOOD   IDEA,- buy "your  cigais,  tobaccos and pipes   at' Riown's   AND  ���������DO IT NOW., .   ,   ^    7- /       -  The be.st of   ni'odicines always  sold  at the Ca nnda Diug.and Rook Co.*' -*  --.jKoi sale, within   the city limits, J)A  aci*iS of land, all'cleaied up, with good  dwelling house  on   it.    Apply   to 'L.'  La foi me ,    ,       s>'-  IiCscim"-youi  seats  at, I he. Canada  Di ng Stoic foi 1'iof  I3iieirsJspoctae.il-  "HI.I "*"*"oni;orciiinnioiii/.~    ...������  yr.ci   Kescived seals 7i")c.  ,'UedCinss   Hair,Tonic.   FComp, in  and get a sample fiee.    It makes l.air  !rrow.*'riic  Red Cioss DingStoie  Coi nefac Stock Food, and Ponlhy  Pood at Rows' Ding Store.  When you come to Uc\eNtokc take  the Centrill Hotel bus and you will  Iind the best hotel accommodation in  the citv " ,  ,** , , f V  Professor Buoll's .spectacular entertainment at the Opera House iio\t  Tuesday evening will he the gnunlest  and most pleasing ever given.  Japanese Napkin*. "3-")e. per hundred at Canada Drug Store  Visitor.s to Rave]stokecv>i!l find it to  their advantage to stop at the Central  Hotel. Free bus to and from railway  station to meet all tr.iin=.  A beautiful selection of photo frames and framed pictures at Rews' Drug  Store.  Stationery of all kinds���������fall stock  new in. Latest yfylte at the Red  Cross Drug Store.-'  The Revelstoke Insurance 'Agency  has been appointed agents for the  Nen York Underwriters Agency.  Hartford Fire Insurance Company,  one of the oldest and strongest lire  o dices.  Roys and girls���������look here���������we want  your school supply trade Drop in  and see our stock. We use you right.  Thc Red Crp������s Drug Store.  ruiir .iioiind the wnrlil .it lhe (ipcia  hou-e, Tue.-day' evening, .wpt 20th,  by Prof Ruell, the world fumed exponent , f spectacular entertiiinnieutR,  Under the allspices of th" !,iidicn Aid  of the Catholic Church. Admission aOe.  Social i&: Personal.  Mrs Tv Kilpatiick ,,has returned  from her eastern trip.'      ' i  , H. Floyd,, City Clerk, ��������� has gone  south on a w'ell-carncd holiday.  The Hospital Roard_ has appornted  Dr. Graham to charge of Arrowhead  Hospital. *      , '    i  , The many friends of W. S. Newman  are glad to see him art und again aftci  his recent severe illness.,  E. S. Jackson, formerly with C. B.  Hume ifc' Co". h:tsJ joined the stair of  Macdonald ic Monteith's store.  Kev. D. McK. Reid.,of Fcrnie, ^has  been 'appointed to succeed Rev. W. J.  Johnston, as Piesbyterian minister at  Arrowhead.-- ' '        ' -  The children friends and parents of  St. Andrew's > Sunday school' had a  most enjoyable picnic on the Hrecrcation grounds'on, Saturday "afternoon.  On Thursday Mrs. ������Pioomicr gave a  icception on' the occasion of ihe visit  of Mm. Dait, ,\vifo of the Bishop of  Westminister,' and it'was hugely attended. ,' ��������� d "  ���������������������������Tho promenade conceit held last  night tindei the auspices of the Ladies  Aid of the hospital was   well attended  -     ,    '     - - .IV  Aii excellent .piogramine  was  given,  zntG     UittKt     iSXL'llltllg       MlCIIH'LlvOO,,-    A.  pleasant dance followed. *  A pleasant'social took place under  thcdiuspiccs of the Ladies-A id at the  grounds of the Methodist Chinch  parsonage on Tuc-day Musical selections weicghen and an interesting  fc.itmc of the piogiamme was a geographical eoniest, in which A. Lc-  feaux was trie pn/e winner .and I*".  Corl.y walked oil with the booby  pu/e.  Xo. L Fire Biigade appropiiatcd its  winnings at the Laboi Day Spoils to  holding a hanquct^on Tuesday e\en-  ing. at whicli'2.r) riiembeio weie piesent. The Mayoi and and captains of  Xo- 2 and the* C. J'. It. biig.ules weie  piesent by invitation. A pleasant  evening wa= spent including an excellent spicad. The catering was done  hy A. E. Bennison in a first class  manner.  The -groom was supported by, his  In other Andiew of Kevelstoke. It  was a very, pietly, scene in the cosy  parlor when the ee oniony took place.  After it was over the happy couple  a'nd assembled gue-tt, lepaiicd to the  dining room to piutakeofa wedding  break fast, after which they walked to  thc C^P. K. station. As the engine  pulled out'thc biidal pair was showered with lice and best wishes ��������� from  their friends; and the whistles joined  in. ��������� The young couple aie popular  favorites in Sanclon' and their friends  aie many. <  * ' Brick for' Sale.'   ���������  The undersigned have just burned a  kiln* of 500,U00Jbiick,"of.liist class  quality. For '���������'price, aud'J information  apply to 0. B." Hume '& Co.   <  ' ,  ' s  ",RAIL AND STEAMER.   '"'"  i     '    -     ' 'i A . '  - The V. V. and J5. branch to Phoenix  will'be opened in October. ���������  The C. P. R. Atlaii tic 'steamers made  a profit of $200,000 for the first half of  the year.   ' ,  The double passenger service will be  discontinued October 2nd and one  train each way run'as formerly.  It is stated New York capitalists aie  taking over tho'cliai ter for thc M id way  Vernon railway and will prosecute the  work. ' ' ,   ' -  '��������� Thc C. J', li. has let a contract,, for  $80,000 for the foundation of a new  hotel which the company will build at,  Victoi ia.        r ','���������-���������  The jSTclson Tribune says the"sitting  of the Jiailway Commission at Nelson  shows" the commission has'an able  man at its head in Hon. A.'G.tBlair.  ' The part of the wreckage 'from the  Shay engine and 25,ore cais,'which  weie , completely wrecked J'"at Oio  Dcnoro, have been bi ought to .the  C. P. It. shops at Kevelstoke. '..Its condition showed there.inust .have b.cn  an awful smash.       . , , ,  The Grand Tiunk Pacific Diiectois  pas'scd through Kevelstoke -Wednesday on; their way home from their trip  of inspecting the coast witll a view to  deciding on thc Pacific tei min us, but  they say this cannot be settled, till  land _ surveys have been -'iiiade to the  different points., '.,        d      "   .������  C. P. R. profits showed a' considerable falling off during ��������� the year, the'  deficiency being attributed to additional mileage opeiated, increased wages,  higher prices for fuel and supplies, nnd  the seveic, winter.". The. working cx-  pensesdwere 09.'d2 of the gross earnings  and tliO'iict carnings~30.58, or 5} potent, less than for previous yeai*.        d"  .The C. P. it. annua! repoit shows it  is proposed to use thciH2.r>,000,000 from  tliCMi'cw i*sue of stock to"'make good  the expenditure on* capital account  over and above,the pioceeds of sale of  shaics<.!Uid appropii.itions 'from ���������"surpluses, to build a new lino to connect  thc main line with Toronto, building  two steaincis for the Atlantic "service,  and acquisition of" the Tillotsburg.  'Lake 15'rio and Pacific" i ail way to connect the Ohio and-Pennsylvania, coal-i  iiems.J ' -~ "   ~k   "~   - "   ~   J���������- -  THElliNES/  CHURCHES.  sr.  r*i *i i its,  I'lahnp D.utiiekl conlirm.itioii sei-  viccatSt. I'ctci.-1 Chinch on VV'ednei-  day evening, IU candidates jircjenliiig  tlicirrMclvci.  The Aichde.icon of Kootenay will  preach at both moniiriK and evening  services tomorrow. Sunday School at  30 a. m.  Ml IHODIVI  Subjects, ii. in., *'A captive's loyalty  inspiring loyalty " P. in., "The greatest man in the world. ' /  Si   avmm.w's.  Morning   subject,  " Seeking   God."  Evening  subject,   "A 'iignilicciit sny-  ing."  C. P. R. SENSATIOM.  100 Men to be Discharged for  Alleged Crookedness.  Winnipeg, Sep!. I"). ��������� I nvettigtil ions  are under way on ihe C 1'. It. as a  lesult of which -six pa^-cogcr enndiiet-  ois have already been ili-rhnrg- (I .mil  wholesale (I imii-isuN involving lO'irnrn  Boilermakers Out at Winnipeg  Winnipeg, Sept. 17 ��������� \ll boilerin ik-  enaiid boiler washers in tlieC I'. IL  shops went out on strike jf slerd.iy  About 700 men aro ji lice red The men  have been negotiating for somo time a  higher rate of wages.  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  C. A. Auams, Manager.  Mr. Mcl'heiM'ii,   C    I'.   IL   (hneial  I'aS'-ongi'l Agent, S'iy.s llietoiilisl tili-  vel this year had  been  exceptionally  |lua������y   and   had   beaten   all   lecordo,  | while it was btill keeping up.  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve F:ittings,  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  lilectric Fixtures j^',1 Vul In  Second Street, Revelstoke  The ^Montreal Daily Hciald contains  a long account of W. A. Cillihci, M.  P., and a photograph. The big, genial  member from Caiiboo has made an excellent i impicssion at Ottawa and  throughout thceast by his affability,  Iii^ good pens-2 and his seiioiis attention to the business of the country,  ifis intimate acquaintance with Biifc-  ish Columbia and its needs have been  of great service to the ministry and to  'his colleagues in parliament, and he is  regarded as a. vciy useful member of  parliament and of committees.  On    Wednesday   evening   St.   Andrew ? uhureli was the -cine of",i quiet  but happy wedding.    The communion  table and pulpit weie tastefully adorned with Mowers. A full choir aiid com  fortabie congregation graced thc occasion by their prc������( nci-. The principals  were Mi-i Muriel II   Hodge; of I'eith,  Scotland, arid   Kev,   David   Allan,  of  .V-kiisp.    llotJi were the guests of the  Mum-';.   At 8 o'clock the bride en I end  the church on the arm of   Kev.   W. .1  Johnston of Arrowhead, to rbe strains  of the wdding march,   where aw.iitid  the groom, "i.pported   \i\  Mr. Tlmniiii  Murray,   Presbyterian    riiis"ionari-   at  Aliiert Canyon.    The bride wn* ,l^���������<l^l  ed by .\Ii������s Maggie Calder.    The rmr-  riage ceremony w,i- perforni'-d hy Kev.  W. C. Calder. thc choir singing,   "The  Voice   That    Breathed   O'er    Eden "  After    the    ceremony    the   v.cd(lii,g  pnrtv,l(.d by Piper Oliphaiitjirocc' (led  to the Manse, where .supper was  served     'Die evening was spent in rinisi'',  readings and recitations, thc company  finally separating nftr.r ainging  "Audi  Lang dyne."      Kev.    Mr    Allan    .iriil  bride left by thc south train   on Wixl  nesday morning for Nakusp.  The S.iiifloii Htundard says���������"Tlie,  residence of Mi ayd Mm. F. II, |  Pound was the -woe of a pretty  W( riding last Welncday morning,  when I InJr eldest (III lighter, Athi. Lillian, wns united in unit!iriony In Kev.  It. J. Molnlyie. The nuptial knot  was tied by Kev .1 us. Oalveil of New  Denver, m the piesi nco of a ruimbei  | of invited fiiends. Thobiidc wan becomingly rittnI'd in a diess of white  silk organdie Dimmed with lace and  ribbon lo mulch, and was assisted by  hei sisler Stella, who won a pielly  diess of blue silk organdie tiimrmd  with lace and ribbon of sumo  color.  Silver is at 50^, copper Jl J, and lead  ������11 15s.        ' ^     ,  Work has been resumed o'n'the U C.  mine in Summit camp.  -  The Gicat Northern Railway will  cstablish'/.inc plants at Kaslo.  Active work is going on at the Old  Gold and oic'is being packed out.  P. Burns has [acquired [30,000 acies  anthracite coal land west of Okotoks,  Alberta. ' , '   '  . The lead struck recently on the  Lucky Jim is- showing-up-well in  /inc.  The force has been increased at the  Spyglass, Buildings arc being got in  readiness* for winter. -     -   >  A. Gunn, of Camborne, says the  mineral showings at Poplin arc the  greatest he has ever seen.       ,   "'  Messrs. McLean, Vipond, McLennan  and Mrlls are operating the Badshot  under lease, and have shipped 1G0  sacks of ore. '  "T. E.lShrohart, of Schonactady, N".  Y., has been appointed to charge of  the Lucky Boy at Trout Lake, the  company having been lc-org.mi/.ed.  That American investors have their  eyes on British Columbia is evident  from the fact that Patsy CHrk has  bad hiscxpcit and one of his sons at  Vmir examining mineral piopcrty.  On thc Suipiisc group piepariitions  are under way for active mining,  ikink houses are to be erected to accommodate a large force Oie will be  shipped as speedily as possible. Aid.  Foote, who is heavily inteiested in  this property, intends spending pait  of the winter on it.  Tlie Kaglc taya: Another strike of  importance, to add still furthei fame to  the Lardeau is iccoided this week on  Fajlikable and Mouiitaineei, a 54 foot  .showing of high grade clean oie on the  south wall, and an 8 foot lend of concentrates on the noilh wall having  been exported. The property i.s on' the  famous Surprise lead.  At the .sitting of the Railway Corn-  miiiiiio:i at Nelson Mr. Peteis, C. P. It.  freight agent, outlined the 0. P. It'������  policy towards the mining distiict, explaining that vary low uites were  charged for handling, ore, and for  handling milling machinery  and sup-  WTio -G-dt Shot ?  " , Why, all the fellows'are getting shot, powder and cartridges  ��������� at Lawrences. Look out for the Jst,of September. Browning's*  ' Automatic Shot Guns, the latest and most up-to-date gun on  thc market.    Single and Double-Ban oiled Shot Guns, :50-:!0 . ���������    __  Winchester, 303 Savage, 303 J3i itish Jtiiles.    Largest Stock of  22 ltilles ever in Revelstoke. Watch for our Sporting Window.  W. M: LAWRENGiE,  Hardware.  ~~ ii  V  i*      r   -   , ,,���������     ,,-.���������',,,;  '    ,    And wo aro ready for the trade.    Everything in connection with  ;-this houso is first class.      Our selection of Woollens is thc best,  "      ' WeLcut every garment with a perfect stylo'and fit, and the work-, '  ���������     '   _      nninship gix'cs'it a beautiful linish^n joy to the custoinci.  ' , ** *' ' .  WILSON-.t^E" f^0R  -Mckenzie'avenue,  NEXT TAYLOR BLOCK.  - OUR NEW  Ann Oi'ex Fon Youu Inspection.  ' ���������   / -      * '$~  T7KOM   liich   Coloriiiirb'iu   Hnll'inul ",  L.    Riiiiin J3osi������ns lo Dainlj Cliamlior      '  ' Uirools   cmr   Stuck   mid   Pncos slimild  moot tlio  most exacting ro<)uiroinouts." '  ��������� j-.. ..,       I,,    i. ���������    s;  R. Howsoh & Co.,  Furnltupo Dealers   Picture Framing  Undertaker's & Bmbalmers,  FASHIONABLE    TAILOR.  i ~  GOOD ��������� WORKMANSHIP  ,     PBRE'EdT   FIT      :  '" : UNION. MADE *  ���������Tl  Mckenzie Avenue  R.  -'  '.--Next  . IIQWSON  ���������fc.Co-  ',   <  REVELSTOKE, OPERA  HOUSE  - ONE'NIG]IT ONLY -  Tuesday, Sept. 2 7tH  Mr. C. P. Walker piesents the  emincnt'Canadian Actor "  HAROLD NELSON  and his Company in the remarkably  ^    successful Romantic Coniedy-  t Diaimi  "Heart <& Sword"  Chas. 'Sam 'Woe  WASHING, LAUNDRY  .LABOR.CONTRACTOR  . ERONT STREET  (Oiipo&itc Joss. House, Gold Hill Hotel  Building. ������  The most complete and beautiful scenic  and costume equipment ever  seen heie."  PRICES': $1.00, 75c. & 50c.  Keseived .Seats at Canada Drugifel3ook  Company.  WAH   CHUNG,  General Store and   '  " " Restaurant Keeper  A Prime Stock of Gioceiics, Fruit,  f Vegetables.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS.  WANTED  Tiy our Jced Sodas, Tee Cie.un, Stiaw-  berrics and Cieinu.    Can't be  beaten in the City.  FRONT ST., REVELSTOKE.  WANTICD-Aii  IntelligentBOY.-  Apply to Kooten.iy MilII.  ANTKIJ���������"A  'J'OY    to   ilcliM'i  piipiM'!)   on   Sal in dayb.���������Apply  lo Ollice ol KixiliMiay Alail.  WAN'J'ICD���������A l^ii-st Glass Circular-  HAWYKLt in ,i mill cuttiiifr 35in  per day, bolid b,nvs, steam kicker and  niK'Ki'i', also sle.iui feed. \Va/j;es .$1 75  per day.���������Apply to Kooten.iy River  Luinlu'i Co., Nelson, JJ. (J.  pliei.     "The C. P. It. churgo  le������h   for  li'Midling milling good������ aim mine pio-  <incM per mile than any other road on  thc continent.  As we pnin Led out in hut issue  (lie minnicr outlook i'h showing steady  improvement, and evertbirig points to  a renewal of great activity in the min-  iiiduatry, At UoshIiiiuI the industry  h being put on a better basis than  ever. The h'uindaiy continues to de  volopo surely and steadily. *Siinilka-  niecn is coming to thc front. The  mining outlook on the const was never  brighter. In ICootonay propei tie* thai  were shut, down are being lo-opened.  l-'vorylhiug looks bright for a prosperous season iihoud.  WANTI-ID���������Reliable MJSN in every  town in Can,id,i to take order.s  Ioi tailor'-inade clothes ; permanent  cm ploy ment, good commission ; experience unnecessary.���������C. L. J3ouviei',  Uiisiiiiii Tailor, 31 Jjoinbaid Street,  Toionto, Out.  f. Mccarty  Hiving been appointed agent for  Uevelstoko foi TJ1JC  Pacific Coal Company, of Banff  is now in a position to supply  WA NTJifD-Jminediafcly    an  peiieru-cd      WAITRESS     ....  Grand Hotel, Nakusp.    $30 per month,  i       -      .1. Hector  ex-  lin  HATFlMTQ        Trademark-!  I���������*r\  I   t.lN   I   O    and Copyrights  ��������� oliUiiicd in .ill coiintiiob.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mccli.uiicil AltoriK!) mid Kii^iiiccr.  liooiu ,'i, Kan ll-iklllilock, Gr.unilludt., near I'.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  po'-laird  will teuuro aii opening appoint  mont (or Uioue who cannot call during tho day  , At thc following prices'  Lump Coal $10.50 per ton  Egg       "   $10.50   "     ������  Stove     "   $10.50   "     ������  Nut       "     $9.00   "    '"  _ As this coal is smokeless and par-  ticulaily clean, and is more ellicicnt  than any of the soft coals on thc  market, it will be found favorable fuel  for all domestic purposes, including  fuinaces, stoves and kitchen ranges.  For tho*-c requiring steam coal the  pea and buckwheat sizes will be found  satisfactory and ecinoinical. Prices  uill be (-noted on these small sizes on  application.  F. McCARTV, Co.il Merchant,  Uevelstoko, JB. 0.  **

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