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 Vol. 9.-No. 26.  REVELSTOKE. B. C, SEPTEMBER 2G; L902.  $2.00 Per Year  '������  <><K>O<H><><>0<><KK><><><>-<^^  rocery  ������J[.iLJLXJLg^  Taylor Bros. & George, Ltd.  >-<KH}WX><XKKKM><>^^  I In.-; in ken over the Blacksmith. WliMwr-ight, and Inipleirient business-, carried  nn bv W. Mollison-it Revelstoke.  Wagons Made and Repaired. 'The Best "Carnage Woods Kept in Stock  Tools Sharpened.       Shoeing a Specialty.  Cli'ii hinn  .Wilsons Jiinl'fc>lei  Wii'-iiis.    Mt-Coririi'ck  ,rhs.     W. M. Gray's Cutlers,   Buy-^ies and Express  Mowers   and, f .capers: . Copp   Bros.' Plows,  Jlariowis.'Cultivators, Potutoe Diners, etc., etc.  \  &   STEED,  General Merchants.  Call and inspect our new stock of  I Shoes, Hosiery, Suspenders, Ties, Underwear, etc  All above lines are 11 p-'to-da'lc. goods it will pay'you to see  thhni before purchasing elsewhere.      We also carry  Trunks, Valises, Sweat Pads, Oil Coats, Oil Hats, Water-proof Sheets, etc  j.Weekly Shipments of Fresh Creamery Butter, and Eggs.  Our Teas and Coffees' are takinglhe lead���������try them.  Front Street,  Revelstoke, B. 0.  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all1 Modern Conveniences'.  CITY COUNCIL.  Adjourned meeting held Friday.  Present : The Mayor, Aid. McLeod, McMahon, Manning, Hume.  Aid. Taylor sent apology for non  attendance.'  no. 2 KIHEIIAM..  No. 1 Fire Brigade asked improvements to hall, fire belj, and  requisites.  Aid. McLeod for F. \V. and L.  Committee stated beds for No. 2  were supplied by private individuals and the ' same should  apply to No 1. He recommended  water being put in.  The Mayor and Aid. Hume considered tho painting should remain  till next year.  " "  Decided that council could not  furnish rooms, painting to stand  over, water' and heating to be  attended to by F. W. and L. Committee. . ,  With regard to request for fire  bell, Aldermen recommended it be  provided by private subscription as  was done in case of No. 1, Aid.  Hume stating he would subscribe  toward it.  Some discussion took place on  wagons for extension ��������� ladders and  Aid. Manning , was . instructed lo  report. The request for helmets  and axes was thrown out; lanterns,  coupling, acid tanks and roof ladders were granted. Aid'. Law urged  supplying requisites as far as  possible.  Firemen Field, C. Abrahamson,  and. Cook waited on council regarding above matters.  nic: u'exi/road. ������������������  , *     ' c  Village settlers asking Big Bend  road be opened to connect with  Front Street.  Aid. Law said he and Aid. McMahon went into matter and,found  there was no roadway through.  Aid. McMahon favored opening  road to city limit.  Aid. Manning opposed work.  Aid. Hume and McLeod were in  favor of road being -opened if  government would do their1, share.  The Mayor said the,, Gold Commissioner told him the government  were willing to do their share if the  city would do its'part.  L. Benoit wailed on the council  and urged the work being done.���������.  Reported-to Works Committee.  nOYI.E AVENUE. ���������   '    '  Ratepayers on Boyle Avenue  asked that .sidewalk be provided for  winter use.  The Mayor said every dollar  was required for gravelling and the  work could not be clone unless the  finance committee could find the  funds.���������Referred to . Works Committee to report.  .VVOHKS COMMITTEE.  In absence of Aid. Taylor, Aid.  Law reported the sidewalk contract  Had to be gone over again as the  nails were sticking up.        ���������    '  Aid.1 McLeod complained of part  of sidewalk and crossing being  omitted'in Third Street as it was  urgently'required.  The Mayor and Aldermen complained of the'way in which the  mill had carried out the contract  for the sidewalk lumber.  ment was not redeemed within two  years the city would lose its taxes  due on that property.  STAXDAItDGIrADE.  The matter of standard grade of  the city was discussed, and it was  resolved to employ J. A. Kirk, P.  L. S., to submit a plan for permanent grading.  fiKAVELI.IXC. STHEETS.  Regarding gravelling; of, tlie  streets, the Mayor suggested calling  tenders for so many yards to be  delivered where required.���������Suggestion adopted.     ' -  KHOXT STIIEET SIDKW.U.K.  The] Mayor brought up Front St,  sidewalk and said the money should  be applied as it was .voted, though  he considered it was better put in  the fireball.'  Aid.'McMahon considered it one  of the most necessary pieces of work  in the town and wanted a crossing  to Victoria Hotel. :  Aid. Law supported these views.���������  Work to be done as originally proposed.  " ������  i ,  .   WATEH AND UlUIT I'i;iiCIIASE.  *, The Mayor expected tb takeover  the property oftlie W. L. and P.  Co. by October 1st. The (debentures  would'be placed in the bank as  collateral and the monejj paid over.  Aid. Manning was appointed to  take stock on behalf of city.-  CITV STAKE.  It was decided to obtain an  assistant to the city, clerk at a  salary of efoTjO a vear.  BUILDINGMYou Want the Best  CORRESPONDENCE.  J. li. Henderson, Esq.  Revelstoke, B. C. , . .  ��������� J)kak Sin :���������In reference to there-  port in the Kootknay- Mail of the  12tr\inst., of tire proceedings of the  City_Council-iriJ*eorin'ectioh with the  public school buildings, I beg to. state  -that the innuendo that might possibly  be inferred from the said report was  not intended by any remarks' of mine  at the meeting. J very much regret  that'any statement of-mine should  have been so construed as 1 certainly  had- not the slightest intention of  casting any personal reflection on  your integrity.  .  . -       -Yours.truly,  ���������' '     ' .   JIokace.jMax.vi.vg  Revelstoke, Sept. 25th, 15)02.  Architect Wilson  Reports.  Engineer Gamble Inspects the Work.  Mr. Wilson, the architect who  examined the masonry and brick  work of the city schools last week  on behalf of the government, re-  purled the workmanship good, but  considered the stone base wall  should have been twb inches wider,  the cornices of metal, and the roof  of slate. This would have been till  right if the trustees had had sufli-  cient money to do the worl-^-bufc-as?-  .they had to make the most of the  funds available the far.c'y touches  had to be omitted.  Mr. Gamble 0. 15.,, who is in  charge of the public buildings' of  the-province, arrived yesterday  and examined the ' building  thoroughly. ' He had passed (he  plans and specifications before the  work was let ' and says these arc  being carried out in their integrity,  and that lie is well satisfied with  the work done, by Messrs. Smith,  the contractors; and. with- the pro;  gress of the building.  ���������?  and Purest Selected Tea thai  money can bny.  packed to  retain  its natural aroma and flavor,  free from the contamination of-the odors of sur- .  rounding articles, yet , ,  .  Ting Ling Package Teas  ,f*%        ,'l'liey come in  pound air light  leaded packages  perfectly pure.  ' ��������� i  & One Pound Makes Over 200 Cups,  50 c per Pound  ������'        For sale only at  Bourne Bros. Grocery Store  CANOE RIVER TRAIL  Mica Deposits   Will- Be  Available  to Transportation.  A'oo/ns in Suites toith Baths and   Toilets attached, JI owing Hot,  and Cold Water, Inside Toilets on each floor, Gas Lighted and  . Steam Heated Throughout. ���������, -'  J. C. GREENE," Proprietor,       -       GOLDEN, B. C.  ^nr%r%r^^^^f^^^^^r^^^^t^^n^)f^n^t^nr%^^^^n^^n  (fa  ������$)  <$?  ,ifa  <fa  ���������DEALEU   IJV      >  "Boots,   Shoes,   Hats,    Caps,   "Ready.  Made   Clothing,   Shirts,   SocKs,  Underclothing, Overalls,  Suspenders  Clones,  etc.  "Boys and Children's O-Ocr-  coats and X/nderclothing at  K^etJelstohXe   Station, S. C.  ���������>S ������*!  eSfrt  f$j  t^ (^ !*-$h r^ t^ i������i c^ t^ (^ t^ rj|i <^  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  i  Newly   built.      First-class "��������� every respect.      All modern conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms.  Rates $1.50 per Day Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel,. Trout   Lake, under .same ''.management, 'property advertised by the govern  WATEH AND LIGHT.  The Water and Light "purchase  bvlaw was finally read and adopted.  CITY I'HOPKKTY M1SSIXO.    ' .-  . Aid. Law asked whether any  thing was sold with the school  furnaces. A lot of brick" >-. as missing and people said it had been  swiped.  The Mayor said he had authorised  the sale of the furnaces but insisted  on leaving the piping, registers, etc.,  as they would be required.  Mr. Floyd said the sale included  the pipes and registers but not the  brick.  The Mayor said the trustees had  gone beyond his authority.  It was decided lo ask the school  board for a full explanation, and  also what became of the bricks, as  that was city property and whoever  took it should pay for it.  Aid. Law said the registers should  not have* been sold. Jt seemed the  brick was not sold.  The Mayor asked Mr. Floyd - to  trace up the brick.  CITY SCALES.  The Mayor reported the city  scales had arrived.  Aid. McLeod, on behalf of the  Works Committee, recommended  the scales be placed on corner of  Third Street and Campbell Avenue.  ���������Adopted. Works Committee to  get scales in position.  KIKEWOOn.  .   Aid. McLeod asked  whether the  standard rack for measuring wood  | will be put in this  season ?���������Post-  ;poned.  ! TAX SALE.  I     Iii reply to the Mayor   Mr.   Mc-  Carlcr. city   solicitor,   said   if. the  WORK STARTED THIS WEEK.  , There has never been a better goy-  erment iiroliiee for opening the coun-  ��������� try than "the Dunsnuiir governtent  and to their administration particularly in the Dcpt. of Lands and .Works  under Hon. AV. C.Wells, Revelstoke  owes its prosperity today. r  '   Following   the  opening of the   Big  Rend by steamboat  navigation, which  the   governieiit has done   so niuch to  promote   and assist, comes   the   first  through, means of  communication between   the railway and the   northern  section   of the gicat valley lying   west  of the Rocky   Mountains.   This work  consists   of '   construction   of a   trail  from the present terminus of the   Big  Bend trail at Smith Creek to the Big  Bend at Canoe River.  ���������  Last week Hon. W. C.   Wells   gave  instructions" to   Gold-  Commissioner  Fr-jiser   to put the work in hand   and  have it pushed   through as rapidly   as  possible, with a view to its completion  before   snow   (lies   if     possible,     W.  Fleming has been appointed to charge  of   the work nnd .1.   Sweeney is   foreman.   Camp outfit, supplies and men  went   up   by  Tuesday's'   boat.    This  trail  is one of the   most important in  the    province.    Jt   will   open out   to  inspection some of the most extensive  timber limits and will materially assist  the utilization of this great source   of  wealth.    It   will plnce  the Big   llei cl  mica deposits within two days journey  of Revelstoke', and will afford, a    route  whereby    the   owners   of'    valuable  mica ���������    deposits ntTete   .   J nunc  Cache can ship from their  property at 'greatly reduced cost a.s  compared with the past method of  packing by the North Thompson to  Krtni loops.  Visit of the Dominion  Engineer  Improvements Will be Begun Next  '     Week.  Dominion Engineer Keefer arrived'  in the city .Monday to 'examine and  report on the .Upper Columbia to the'  Dominion government with a view to  its extensive improvement for navigation. The jVavigatior.' Company  held the st'eanicr for him and he went  up the river that clay. From the  steamer .Mr. ICccfer went by a canoe  in charge of iJessrs. Illackmore and  '���������fiickson as far as Death Rapids. lie  is.of the opinion that while the npids  can be made navigable it would' co^t  more tluin the governmentM\;oultl be  justified in expending with the present  traffic on the-river.'  Mr. ICecfer has decided to start work  next week for tho improvement of the  river as far as the vote of last session  will allow, and on Mr. KcoFcr's report  no doubt the full appropriation' re-  quired will be made next session.  The Navigation Company have  determined lo put a steamer on the  river above Death Rapids by next  season and the'provincial government  will assist the project'and also the  building of a tramway to connect with  the steiimers above��������� and below the  nipicls. ' '  NO SUBSTITUTION  /   - u  We don't believe irr it.   Don't believe its right.    Don't believe its good business  We always, give the Identical, Exact Article that is asked fop.  That is cine reason why you will find  our- s-toi1'* a .very siife place at which  to do your drug and medicine' buying. ���������  Our dispensatory is'in the hands of an i-xperienced drugget only.  Doesn't this seem to be ihe proper way to do  business'-'   Try us next time  J. A. Miller <rt������l Co..  Chemists and  Stationers  *A  KILPATIUCK BLOCK,  KKYKLSTOKE. B. U.  YOU PBOMISED YOURSELF AN OVEBCOAT  This Fall.   Don't put it off too late and catch cold.-    ���������       '  And do not buy a cheap, shoddy eim* .They never- look well.  Let us rnake'vou ji cone.that will plen-ie-rou.  .-AV-e cair'do-it.'--'-" . ���������- -  Fashionable  Tailor.  n  NEW BUILDINGS.  The bote! to le opened by .1. Laugh-  ton in the Brown Block will be known  as the Union Hotel. The additions  to be made to the building include a  bar, two dining rooms, and a kitchen  on the ground floor, four bedrooms  and sitting room on the first floor,  and four bedrooms on the second floor.  The building thus enlarged will contain 25.bedrooms, parlor, two dining  rooms, two bath-rooms, tap room,  billiard room, and kitchen. Mr.  La ugh ton intends conducting the hotel in person, Iris brother taking  charge of the hotel at Ferguson.  LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.  The annual meeting will be held in  the building next JI. JJowson's on  Tuesday. Sept. -10th, at 8 p. in.  Bu.-siness : IClection of ollicers, etc.  A full attendance requested.  .J. A, S.Mi-rii,.  Secretary.  Timber Limits   Sold  Big Lumbering  Operations to  be  Begun Soon.  It is reported that Ihe extensive  timbci limits of the 0. 13. Wright  estatein the Big-Bend have been disposed of to St. Paul and Spokane  people.. The -limits are under old  Crown grants, and the timber is said  to be verv line and moslivcedar.  The lute G. B. Wright built the old  Eagle l,:1--s road for the Colonial  government in ISS-l.and was to receive  all tolls on the road. As the trallic  was very lighi, Mr. Wright requested  the government to give bin timber  hinds in lien uf tolls. This was ,done  and as timber lands were of little value  in those days so far inland. Mr. Wright  secured a large .acreag? in the Big  Bend timlcr limit.*.  The United Slates capitalist.*., who  paid :i hiidr price for them, do not  propo.se In give Brilbh Columiriri any  more benefits accruing from the sale  than the law allows, and ar.e to build  their mill near the Nortbport smelter,  just over the line on the United .States  side, and as there is no royally on the  limber the government will not benefit  by its removal. It will, however, employ a great deal of labor which will  be of direct benefit to Revelstoke.  Direct from the-GROWER to the  Consumer.  MORRIS & STELD,Sole Agents, Revelstoke  1"^  axtr  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   ..  Meat Merchants.  R.-.I. Armstrong, C. I'. R. loco, foreman at Fort William, died of Blight's  disease.  The promoters of the Trans-Canada,  railway from Quebec! to J'ort Simpson  intend to go on   witlTit immediately.  fn anticipation of a large number  of visitors for the Now Westminster  Exhibition the Canadian Pacific  Railway have arranged to_place extra  equipment on the trains passing  Revelstoke during the days on which  the special rates in connection with  the New Westminster Exhibition arc  available/namely , Sept. 2!)fh. to [Oct  1st. inclusive.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  <s*^sss=^Calgary, Alberta  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished with  the choicest the market  affords.       Best   Wines,  Liquors, &  Rates $i a clay.    Monthly rate.  Ciyars.  J".      ALBEET     STOTsTKL    FTlOJEr'  <s? t^ <^ <5ib i^ ^ o!b (^ r^ (^ (^  |'kooten^"h6use!  ^  ���������  <fa  OOMAPLIX  Is Now Open for Business     -     The Best House in Town.  Well Furnished    -    Good Table.  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  W,. HAMILTON, Proprietor.  Vv.'.-';     i3y<&^tflf\?rtfltfl^rforfo^  Kili.      *    ���������   T  -JF ��������� V   ���������������"��������� ~  TT   ���������   -f  y ."Jf.   -������*   T   ~   V   ~ '~   "S    ~ ."5-   TT   "*V V   T   TT. TT   T . t-  -tr  fftr)  -c  f  .      ��������������� THE KOOTEtfAT MAIL.  be 1kootcnnvf!Dnil|p(>i"Rin'fro,n I,age's Landins������n  ^ ��������� Arrow Lake    full   equipment and  pack-horses can be obtained. Fire  Valley is one of the most fertile  agricultural sections of the province, besides being the shortest  route to the scene of the new strike.  (I  I'l'llI.lSHKli   rl.tOAY.  ��������� ie ���������  JtEVELSTOKE. B.C.  Subscription   Price.   $2.00   Per  Annum  ADVERTISING ltA'IKS .111 iiu|ili<*iititui  f'd.uiffi*. in .���������ulvijrti-j'iiii'iit- inu-t ou in Ijy  Taui-eLiy of each wi'i-k to suuurc! silent eli--  pl.iy.  JOB PKIXTING promptly e-xe-oiilccl nr iv.i-uii-  able rates.  ACCOUNTS for prii.tin-- aiul uelve*i*ti*.iiiK  payable on llrht of niuntli:' Mib.-.c'riptiori-.  payable in jiilrancc.  (.���������01M!K.srOXI>KNCK imit<:d on inat'ejrs of  public interi>t. C'iiiiiiiiiiiiti;.iiinn.- lo Kili-  lor inu-t bu .lexejriipaiiiuil hj name- of  "vritur. not ncce-Miriiy for pntilic-.itiiui. but  a* evidence of kihkI fHith. Corro^pondeaice  rim-t rcticli the otllcc by TiiomIiiv evening.  AddrCh-  Thk Kootknay .Mail, '  * Revelstoke. B.C. <  We request our numerous readers to  favor, us with their assistance In  making- the KOOTENAY MAIL tho  most valuable advertising- medium In the Kootenays by giving-  the preference, when making purchases to thoso firms who are  regular advertisers In tho KOOTENAY MAIL.  CITY AOKNTr-i  e_Vipie< of Tnr. MAir. limy I.e obtiiineel from  the fullun'liiK eity iiyentR:  J. \v. Hksskit.    '  ANAIJA   iJltUCJ &  IfCJOK  C'Cj.  K.  II.  WKM-S.  Ii  AKVKY tc McCARTER  ijahki.stkii.s, solicitous, ktc.  Omens :   Molko.vs  Ha.vk   Hi.ock.   Kkvki.-  '"     STOKP., H. C.  Money lo loan. ' '  (Jllice-: ltevcl.*toke. II. C; Kort Steele, H. C. ,  cJkcj. S. McCaktkk,  Itu-.clstoke. ������. C.  J. A. IlAltVKV,  Kort Steele. II. C.  E MAISTRE tc SCOTT,  Dakiust-khk. Solicitous, Notakiics  Pvhiac, Etc. ���������  SIK WILFRED AND FREE  TRADE.  Mr. Borden stated in his address  at the Conservative  meeting here ['miles north of Grand   Forks  that Sir Wilfred   Laurier had made  an unqualified promise of free trade  as they have it in   England.    This  turns out to be a misrepresentation  of Sir  Wilfred's statement, as will  be seen from  the  following  quotation of his address. - ,  "I say the policy 1O1611I1I   be a policy  of  free   trade,-    uoh   as   they   have in  England, but  i   am   sorry to say that  the circumstances of the country cannot  admit,  at   present, that policy in  its   entirety.    But I  propo.su   to   you  that-  from   thi*.  clay, henceforword  it  .should ho thu goal to which wc  aspire  1   propose   to (you   from   this day, although   we  cannot, adopt   the  policy  itself,   to  adopt   the   principle   which  regulates it'; that is to say, that'though  it should be your misfortune for many  years to come to have to  raise a rover  nue by customs duties,  these   duties  should be levied only so far as is neces-  Miry   to  carry  on   the business of the  yoveniiiiont."  RICH MINERAL  STRIKE MADE.  Best Route is by Fire Valley.  "A despatch from Grand Forks  says : A phenomenally rich strike  has just been made in an newly-  discovered mineral region of -wide  extent, situated at the headwaters  of the north fork of Kettle river, 90  and  about 30 miles north of the bituminous coal fields.    Frank Fritz and C.  W. Harrigan, two local prospectors,  have staked four claims and hastened to record their locations.    They  report that they found a   ledge   of  galena and grey copper,  averaging  from 10 inches" to   3 feet in width  and traceable on the surface for 600  feet.    Surface specimens assayed at  the Gran by smelter gave values '- of  590   ounces   of' silver   and 15 per  cent, copper, and 550 ounces silver  tind 10 per   cent,   copper   per ton,  respectivly!    They have named the  new district' Thunder   Hill   camp  and report that they   passed   over  many inferior-looking ledges. Many  prospectors lire preparing to go   in  this week.     The   camp is situated  within two miles of the   source   of  the north fork:"  Tlie best way to r.eacli the new  camp from Kootenay is via Fjre  Valley.     The   scene   of   the  is a copper-gold property, the'ore of  which assays"!f20 to $70! The tunnel  on tliis property is in 100 feet ami is  all in ore. The same owners have <il-  so a valuable zinc property, in th it  locality, and another promising discovery is a showing of 14 feet of solid  arsenical iron carrying gold values.  Several new locations were made in  tluit section this sea-.on.  In   a paper read  at   the   Canadian  Mining institute   meeting  at Nelson,  manager Kirhy of the War Eagle said:  "notwithstanding   the gloom of today  we   mining' men. looking  far   beyond  the   present, have a clear view of  the  future grandeur of the commonwealth  of   British Columbia.    We   know   its  wonderful natural lesources, character  and   energy of its people.    We   know  that civilization  cannot lie held back.  Some   day there will he good  government., and with this one requisite supplied will appear   an era. of prosperity  beyond the wildest hopes."    '  . The following   mineral claims have  been recorded ;it   Revelstoke:���������Annie  by   M. Hume, Mmto   by W.   jMurray,  Kingston bv Cius Lund, Gobi Coin by  .I.A.Stonc'AlmaJiy .1.M.Scott.May hy.J.  A Ivnatif, Labor"JJ.iy by Mrs. Margaret  A. McConnell, on Wild  Goose   Creek,  Climax   by R. F. Campbell on   Town-  send creek near Canoe river,   Vic!or,  by Gits bund on Columbia river, Emerald   and Lucky .Lack by .1. I������\   Beacon on Potlach Creek,   Last Chance by  .). Sanderson at Five' Mile creek, Victoria by W. M. Brown,  Summit. True  Fissure, Gold Pan, Columbia, by .lessie  A.   White,   on   Keystone   Mountain,  Dorra by I). McFjiII, on Isaac or ek..  i-'il.st Sll-l'Ct.  Revelstoke, B.C.  0 PDWARIJ A. HAGGEN,  Minino Enoinekk,  l.'.li'iu.  American  Institute Mining Knj{ii>eer-.)  (Mum. Ciirindi.in Mining Institute.)  IlKYELSTOKK.  B. C.      - o  h\-,uniiiatlon of and rcporU on  Mineral Properties 11 Specialty.  "\\  TILLIAM  A. BAUER,  Dominion- <t I'kovixciai. Land    -  Sukvi:yoi!.  -tii \ l-j> uf.Mineriil Cliiiins Timber Herllis nnd'  * Crown l������-uids.  'C.ire of .I'D. rim tu.n. Hirvrci.sTOKK. U.C  .1  M  A. KIRK.  Dominion and  Phovinciai.  ( L'ANO   SUHYKYOn,  Rkvki'Istcjkk, B.C.  ISS EDWARDS, ', ~  TISAINKI) Ml-'IIICAI. AND SIJl'OIOAI.  NUKSK.  REVELSTOKE, B. G.  Zbe Ikootena? flftatl  . FM DA Y. SEPTEMHER '2(>;"lf)02.'  .Mining is showing renewed  activity arid a renewal of active  ruining investment, is promised.  Tlie Mining Review condemns  John Houston's,election as president'Of the conservative association  and predicts his defeat next  election.  OFF WITH THE DUTIES.  G. S. Waterlow, the' English  capitalist who i.s interested in the  Snowshoe mine, endorses the stand  taken by Senator' Temple'man to  encourage the mining industry by  taking the duties off mining machinery.    Mr. Waterlow says :  ,:The provincial government  should  encourage the industries possessed   by  the 1 rovince'and  thereby   k-atl   to in-  crejiM-s in   population.      This   would  .strengthen the demand upon the   Dominion government for  the   results of  this, that is, in   consideration   of   the  provincial government' not   taxing the  milling industry the Dominion government would   forego   the   taxation   of  milling   machinery   and   increase the  capitation g-ant in view  of   increased  population irr order   to  provide   funds  for what is essentially a   mining   province.     I believe I, am right in saying  that British Columbia is essentially   a  mining province, jis I am satisfied that  without, its mining industry the  province   could   not.   be   supported by its  'lumber i'md fishing industries."'  scene ol tlie new  strike is only 16 miles from Page's  Landing, on Arrow Lake, and  prospectors can get' supplies and  pack-horses at J. Lindsay's store  and hotel there.     '���������''"''  THE MINES.  resumed   on   the  Jn view of the great timber  ���������wealth of the Big Bend the Dominion and- Provincial governments  5-hould take special'steps to protect  il from fire.  As predicted   last week,  copper  .lias turned the corner and shows a  rise all round.   London prices have  advanced nearly ������2 per ton.   Silver  ' --hows- a slight fall.  THE MINING REC0RDERSHIP.  Keiitor KOOTKNAY MAIL.  Slit: The Herald evidently has not re  formed. Its   political    proclivities  apparently endorsed the kicking out of  Armstrong and the appointment of a  man with a pull���������an appointment,  thai cannot, he justified except by  right of the strong against the weak.  "Big fish,eat little, lish" argument, and  "to the victors belong the flesh pots of  the. vanquished.''  Is the case so reprehensible that it  e;innot be met. except, by the gutter-  snipo argument of ''you're another."  It must have been a rank political  appointment indeed when our old  friend the Herald would not undertake-to defend it. And now Herald  a word with you.    Does your eve covet  Work   has   been  Tamarac.  A good body of   galena has bcerr developed on the Big Four.  Old   claims   on the   Klondyke" are  being successfully re-worked.  ^  Ore   from   the   Willow   Grouse   at  Trout Lake runs 250,ounces silver per  ton.  D '   '  There are indications thats the corner has been turned in the depression  in copper. . v  The   three Boundary   smelters .are  running, their seven furnaces treating  ,500 tons a'clay.  A strike of $57 gold bearing quart/,  has been made on the Yankee Girl  near the Dundee mine.   .    '  The ore body in the Giant at Ross-  lit nd is 20 feet carrying JJilS. A body  of $22 ore, 5 feet wide, has also been  struck.  T. W. Bain packed out i)50 pounds  of mica from the Big Bend mica  claims owned by Revelstoke and Golden parties.  The Mikado .mill at Lake of the  Woods has shut "down for want of ore.  Drifts arc being run in hope of developing other lenses.  Thomas Jones, representing the  Lanyon Zinc company, with furna'ces  lit Iohi, Kansas, is in the Sloc'an making contracts for zinc ores.  ' J. Shaw has brought in samples of  ore. from the Relieve and Retrieve  claims on Carncs Creek, which thow  a great improvement in'tbcccliaracter  of the ore.  The Triune Fraction in which G. S.  McCurter, A. .McDonnell jrnrl S. Sutherland arc interested is turning out  well. The lead is over three feet wide  strongly mineralized.  Dr. William Valentine, who was in  charge of the Boston and Montana'  companp's elecfrolyric copper refinery  at Great, Falls, will take charge of the  Trail lead refinery about October 1.  ,   The Coerrr  IVAlene   miners are   de- i  BABY'S OWN TABLETS.     .  Make , Children   Well and  Keep  ���������Them Well.  For   sick,   weak,    nervous,    fretful  children,   there is nothing so good   sis  Baby's Own  Tablets.   ,They promptly  relieve and cure all the stomach   and  bowel troubles that alllict little   one's,  break up colds,  reduce fever and allay  the irritation   accompanying the cutting of teeth     The Tablets can be given with perfect safety to the youngest,  feeblest baby, as   theyar-  guaranteed  to contaiiino  opiate or harmful drug.  For   very   small children   crush   the  Tablets to a   powder.    Mrs. L.'Axford,  St. Thomas, Out.,   says:���������"Before giving my little girl   Baby's Own Tablets  she   suffered from a disordered   stomach.    She    vomited a  good deal,   and  was   very constipated, and   pale   and  delicate   looking;    She  was always   a  nervous   child and did not sle p well.  After giving her the Tablets there was  a   "rent   change.    Her   stomach   got  better,     she   retained her   food,   her  .bowels   became   regular, and she   luis  grown    much " latter   and   looks   the  picture   of health.    I   also   give   the  Tablets to my baby when his stomach  i.s sour, or when be has colic, and they  always   do   hiiii    good.    I   keep ' the  Tablets   in the house; and  would   not  be without them."  Baby's Own Tablets'ardsold by all  druggists or will be sent post, paid at  25 cents a box by writing direct to  The Dr.. Williams' iMcdicine Co.-,  Brockville, Out. or Schenectady, N. Y,  i  u  ���������- * ��������� ���������   1  -.���������   u  1  13  1  Cl  H UNi������   ������f'  I*  2  For Terms and Particulars a.s to Sale of 'Lots, apply to ' -    '  H. N. OOURSIElt, AGENT, REVELSTOKE.  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  Tlio regular meet i rigs  are lrelil in the JIns-  iinio Temple. Bonnie  Hall, on the third  Monday in each  month at S p. m.  Visiting liretliren  cordially welcomed.  It. ('OIU)O.V   Srccm-TArty.  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F., No  25.  ' ,- *, ,������^ Vj>, Regular meetings are held  -2~,. iiU'Qj.Sifc-X.'S n Oddfellows' Hull every  ���������'- ~'���������S^iXlJ'.ijS*, Thursday night nl, eight  V-' .'i'A-";^Ss*y*ff o'clock. Visiting brothers  ���������������������������:   v"^-=fc*C5rii-^/ cordially welcomed.  It. S.' WILSON", N.G.'  J. A. STONK, It. & K.S.  SELKIKK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  -Meets every Trrewlny  evening     in   Selkirk  Hull    at    8    o'clock.  Visiting brethren cor-  'dially  invited  to  ut-  ', ���������   tend.  J. OUTHESS, X. G.  '     '     J. iWATIIIK. Sec  EUROPEAN AGENCY.  . [KSTAIiMSlir-l)   1S14]  WK wish to open accounts with all bona lido  Ce. I0ui.1l buj-er^ who are not already on  our hooks, and on receiving precipe details of  their exact requirements, we shall be pleased  to for ward eiuotations for any Kuropean or  American goods. Our reference books contain  several million names, and our extensive connection enables us to make special term* with  the most Miitablc wholesale manufacturers of  each elass of goods, so thr.t even after adding  our shipping commission of 1J to o per cent (according to .imonrrt) our prices still compare favorably with tho*e of the manufacturer-.--.  Wu supply good.- made specially to any style,  quality or price; nnd'orr receipt of indent, with  full nnd clear iiistrnclioiK*, and remittitneo nf  c-a*li. or prod nee to cover, our knowledge of the  trade enables us lo place the order at once in  the best hands, and the goods are promptly forwarded.  We make up -ample cn*e.s of most goods from  ������.5 upward*; and. a- we utilise our long experience in chousing such gooei- as are 1110-t. likely  k  Aerial transportation has been  .-eilved. according to London advices, and' the C.P. R. may soon  have to go into the sky-line system  lu maintain its monopoly.  The sociological committee of the  Methodist Conference declares for  c-umpulsory arbitration of labor  cli.-pute.-* and government control of  public utilities and development of  natural resources.  iind your jaws hanker after inv iej ��������� cm ���������! mandui-.'   :i reduction   nt -W 11 ton    in 1t0 *������������ the nnu-ket for Avincii tliey are intended,  rlw> drill 1...1I I-��������� ���������> :.       .      " l : .1 1 \ 1 I wo   eonfldenlly   recommend   buyers to order  tlie tli ill l-i.itJ too .*" 1 (.reatment irom the "inciter trust, and | thc.,e sample eases, for bv doing so they wilt  To your   charges   that   I promised the trust has urt'erod  $'2    The present   ob'"'the late-t and most Liking novelties,  three gentlemen   in   this   riding   the treatment char.re is *fl and freight $10 ! tc^ton'andTS&^Z^wv?^"1'  position of gold commissioner    during to-f 14.         .                                                          I   ��������� l'romptand  pain-taking attention to the in-  tlic r'lreh'.iii nf 'CIS   I  lu... m..,,- I tl,;���������U \r  ���������.-:_-.  .1-1 .1    .    .1     .-1 ' t"e*t~- of corre*ponelents, together with exceed-  U1C election ot   .It), I  tx>g to sil\  I think Manager Kirov    declare* that   the 2 j ingly moderate charges, andplain and straight  it high tune that charge  was   qua ran- '��������� per cent ntinerjil tax is emia! to 10 r.e*r   forward dealings, have enabled us to maintain  tined. _   That   charge has the appear-: cent    to-20 per cent on the , Rosslanel ! 5E.chW������  ance 01 an old   acquaintance   I    have j low   grade*   or"*.    He    contend-;   the-; i*bef!bythein.-;itUf,u:Oir.v execution of a single  met scores of times on other occasions. ] whole taxation   of  the province t.'i.vt  It has the forked tail and cloven   hoof J the mining industry 30 per cmu.  mentioned   in   sacred   history.    What j     Bernard    Maclonald    M. K. pay.-   a      mkw-ia.n-ts .,.\-������ .man-i.-i--.u;ti-ki.;u.s- ai;i:.vts  sue  the  facts?    I   recommended F. G. ; high tribute to the cokf.turned out by ' 2T> Awucnru  Lank,   LONDON,  fi. O  Fauquier, of Nukusp.  However. J with-1 the Crow's Nest Coal Company, - .-tat- Correspondence Invited.  drew that recommendation  almost  as'"  ti-ari-ictioti. Address:  WILLFAM WILSON & SONS,  PRICE,   -    25 CENTS  Rubber  Stamps  Notary  Seals  Wax .Seals  Stencils  Price  Markers  Printing  Wheels  Numbering  Machines  Hand Dating  unci Numbering Stamris  Check  Perforators  Ihrbbor Type  Crown Printing Pros.*os,  etc., etc.,  Your  Patronage  respectfully solicited  GET A   BUTTER  ON 13   THROUGH  The International  Correspondence Schools,  ' , SCItANTON, 1\A.  ' The world needs you, hut needs you  trained.    We teach' by marl, Mechii'iri-  cal, Steam, Electrical, Civil iind Mining  Engineering; Shop and Foundry Practice;   Architecture, ' Pltinibing,  Sheet,  and Iron work; Telephony, Telegraphy  Ohi>mistiy,'Oi-nnmeiitiil Design, Lettering    and    Sign',  Painting;  ' English  Brariejlii's,   Bookkeeping   and  , Steiro- v  graphy, Ele'c-ti(j-The|-ii|)eutics, Cleririan,..-  French and Spanish.  When writing state subject in which yciirare int.eested.  e    ,.   W.'II. McDOUGALL Repii'se'iitjilive,    '      !"  P.O. Box IW, .      ���������   .  .'    ������     ' "  NHsi.ii, B. c.'  Established 1891. '' Capital. $1,500,000.  -  -A. . DP.O IB T "O" JST IE  Irr the event.of a .strokeof good fortune;  you can win '     ���������' ' I  500,000   MARKS.  The"p.yiyinept of the,prizes..'is rruarun ,  ��������� - t'ecd by,the' GovernYiu'htY  FIRST DRAWING:   ' ]   '       DECEMBER 10thc  Von  THE H.J.FRANKLINSTAMPWORKS  VANCOUVER, B. C.  For Sale  German Great Money Lottery | Sate of Hamburg  on arc invited to par ticipate in the chances of.winning in the crund  drawings of prizes guaranteed  by the State of Hamburg irr which  11,202,000 MARKS  WILL SURELY IIA VIS TO'BE WON.  '     " " V '   '"'"  In thi- course of tl.es.' Jidyaiitageous drawings, which   contain, acc-ordiug to  the , -ospec us only 11S',() 0 lick.-ls, the following prizes will be forthcominiYvi/.':  Ihe highest event will lip; . "',-  f ,     / '  500,000 Marks (about ������25,000 Pounds).  I'rvmiiiiii of :UOCJ.UOO Alarks (about, Jul������,m)    '      "  Number of prizes: .   ' " ,  1(1 of ]<),000 Marks  soon as it was given, upon the advice  of my friends at, Nakusp. No .other  man   was recommended  or  promised  ing   that by its cheaper and   superior  Number of prizes  I of200,000 Marks.,  lot'100.000       ",    ..  1 of  7.J.000    ' "    ..  2 of 70,000 " ..  1 of 0.i,0(l() " ..  I of  (w,()fJU'      "    ..  1 of  55,000       "  2 of  50.000       "    ..  I of  -10,000       "    .  1 of  30.000       "    ..  I of'20,000       "    ..  .-ibout ������10,000  ���������   " 5.000  1 \\ O Ke.-iflences on Jlelvcnzie Avenue, Willi  modern iniproveiiieiits, $2,,V)(| each, on easy  terms.  TWO Ite-iclenucs on Third  Street ea-t, verv  easytermi'. f������'' ni"Wny '""' $KiM c,lcl1,    ''L"11 r'".0KJ prizes which I  ONE Ilesieii'iico on  Kir-t Street ea.-t, eu-.li re  quired ������.3<xi, -.utj.jccL to morlg.ige.  Apply to     ,    .  HAItVKV, JIuOAItTKIt & I'INIUIAM,  .'1,750  8,500  3,250  3,000  a. 750  2.5(H)  2,000  1.500  1,000  largely contributed  1  In a letter to the Columbian F.  ' l'ater*on pays a high tribute to  tlie dominion timber agent. Jas.  [.������������������amy. and the rangers for the  -iter;'.'::.- of their efforts in preserving  (["minion forests against fires   this  -''.l.-OII.  quality   it ha  the   economic   treatment of the  { grade ore������ of Rowland,  he   position   by me.    I challenge the i ' J. Ohed Smith, dominion   connni--  tllcrald to the proof,,if it thinks it has ; sinner   of immigration   at   Winnipeg,  ii (-'use. I wants to show  Kootcnav ores and will  The Herald is correct. I had ������,me j he glad to have samples sent him.  political friends appointed to ollico ' Hi-says there is a constantlv growing  during the ten years 1 represented this ! demand for information rc-pcT'ting lhe-  riding. They were excellent appoint- j mining regions of the* Kootenay--.  incuts, and brought no discredit on' f.c tto'i Xo. 2 ore i* worth $17  iny.-elf or the province. It would have  been a difficult matter for me  (nuJ-ide  to.  '8  ���������6  2  1  9  O  2  of a small disgruntled   crew)   to   have  made ;i \v  appointments  of  resident--  ton and gives a profit of $-1.50 after!  deducting freight and treatment $'i,!  mining development and taxes iffi/iO. ]  fn   the    !.e>   Roi, owing   to   a    ln'ticr  l.'NDKIt THE AKSIMOES OF  The Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society of B. C.  , TO HE HELD AT  NEW   WESTMINSTER  50 of  5,000  102 of  8,0(K)  150 of  2,000  4 of   ],500,  012 of   1,000  1030 of     3(W  20 of     250  77 of     200  80053 of     100  OOrSOofia), MS, 115. 100 Marks.  10882 of 78, 45, 21 Marks, ���������     0  nust be surely won, in 7 drawings within the space of  Tin-  highest prize of first drawing 'amounts to 50,000 marks,  elr;      -������������������-....���������*.   ... .   .       ���������        hIjo i  t������-")()0  .  1*  2.-30  ������������  150  a  KKl  lo  it  50  14  15  tl  12: 10/  If  10  f 1  8:   0/  iiici-casiJ in  in the district who werenot my friends 'cepiipmi-nt    the   cost of   mining   and i C A������fnm Ur, r      QA    '   f\r+r\har     1^0        'in r>iu^U,r*  arid I am plca-ed to know I havi-s<)!.i.-J e!e-vclopmmirj'< rediic<-,l te.$-2,aiid-f I2.:j() ; OCp ICIII UCI       JU,      UtLUUCI       I,    Z������    J,     iflCIUSIVC  O^E3NT  TO   THE   WOELD. . .  left.    Their name i*- legion. lore pay> $4.50 per ton profit.  In ten years only oneeli.smi>sal took        IWnnrd    Macdonald   M. E  At the Convention meeting here  K. F. Clarke M. I'., sought to make  ��������� nit that the alien labor law had  be-on"" reformed by tlie Laurier  government to make it useless, hut  ihe Winnipeg labor paper, , tlie  Voice, reports it has been successfully enforced hy the Carpet  Weavers Union at Toronto. Mr.  Clarke does'nt know what goes on  in his own citv.  ,' place in th.- riding.    I e|n not think it  ' a   vi'ry   bad   record.    No  official was  I .-helved for partisan  ptirpo-e*.  |     In   roiiclu-ion,  I   am   sorry for McLaughlin.    He cannot surely fe/el that  he ha.- given   Armstrong  a   fair deal.  lit* mti.-t know that tlie tenure of office  in Kevel.-toke is short���������that it  is   not  fashionable to make a long  stay���������and  that those who sow the wind will reap  the; whirlwind.  The rich mineral strike reported  >>n the North Fork of Kettle river  claims 'attention from prospectors  nnd -mining men of Kootenay. The  most accessible route to the now  find is via  Fire   Vallev,   and   bv  i.\s    at  no distantdatoRossladd oresrunninga*  low   as $(5 will   he treated at n    profit,  owing   to cheaper   methods of   ti  merit as pyritic smelting or the IV  Oroa-e|nlij process   successfully opted in Colorado.    Tho   latter w II treat  ore-  us   they are   brone,ht   from    tin-  mines and will   save substantially ail  the   metal value in the'ores at ;i   co-t  of $2 to $3..')0 per ton.  The   Revelstoke   and   AfcCuIlough  jT!$20.000 'W PK'ZES AND ATTRACTIONS $?fl 000  ATTBACTI02STS I  c  ��������� ii ncr  ^to/.ej   C'lrne'^i'*  bv   tb<;   M.   W.  Librarv   will   he-   ]  Ouiiid   I j Aw,  A.  ii'l   wilh   Aiipiopriiite   Ceremonies  K,  .v  A.   M*. of '!..  C,  scc-ond diawing lo iMijoo nra.-ks, m third to 00,000 marks, in fourth to 05 iKX)  niaiks. in fitth to 70.000 marks, nr sixth to 75,000 murks, in seventh to 200'(WI)  .m.-ii ks, and together w th, the Premium of 1100.000 markjs'in the most fortunate  case to jjOO.OOO marks.  The.oITicial cost for participation in the first two drawings amounts to  .��������������� 18s. ���������d. for a full ticket.  ��������� Ds. ���������d. for half a ticket.'  ��������� -Is.    Gd. for one quarter of a ticket.  ll.-i'l' ivsp. cuinrtei- tickets will entitle to one half rvsp. one (rirartcr of Hi>-  iitiitiiiiii, won by the respective nuinlicr, numed oh the ticket.  I he shikcs for participation in the following drawings, as well as the exact  price table arc indicated in the official prospectu-*,.which 1 send'oii demand  ������'������������������������������������ is in advance. I he prospectus is also sent gratis wilh every order. After  the c rawing I shall lorward to every tickct-holder theoflicial list of the winninir  number.*;. * "  The Payment and Forwarding of the Amounts Won  lo  those concerned  will   have my special and prompt attention, and with the  most absolute secrecy.  .T-.e Remittance of Money   can be mad.' by I3arrk Notes, by Regis!������.reil Li'tter  or by Post (jllicii Order. *  .i-r/Oii account of the* approachinir diawing of the prizes, please address the  oidcis iiiiinediatelv in all confidence direct to  Samuel Heckscher, Senior,  HANK Ell,  HAMBURG,        . - - '- GERMANY.  Friends^ indeed:    So  far nsl know ' Creek Hydraulic   Mining Co. Ltd. h������-  been incorporated with a capita I of  1125,000 with a view to hydraulicing  .Mc.Cullough Creek. The property  included will be the Ophir, Lri<t  Clmnce and Columbiirjjlacer claims.  The following are the first directors-  ��������� V. \\. Wells. C. H. Hume, C. F.  I'iurlmnrk, W. I.rown, J. .Sanderson,  ('. M. Field. J. D. Sibbiikl. It is in-  tc'iKloefto do some work this season.  Acinic! of the Ice , River properties  fire turning out well, and the road . to  give access to t.bcnr is now well up'the  liwvvorfoot. The Waterloo, in which  ''.   P. Wells, of. Palliser, is  interested  my frii'iid-.' never di-credited tiiem  .schc's to win an election or took ;. deserving official by the throat and fired  him out feir partisanship. So far as!  know they never wrote letters and allowed them to fall into their opponents' hands that would entitle tho  writer to a front, pen in a lunatic:  asylum. So far as f know they never  played a .out-throat game with a lone  bund. I hope the Herald will not object, if J glont over the fact they were  friends'indeed.  Yours respectfully,  J. M. Kki.iji;.  LACROSSE  MATCH.  SHAMROCKS OF MONTREAL vs. WESTMINSTER LACROSSE TEAM  C hnjiipioif <A t!ic World.I  Criiirl   I'lind Tuurrmiij'TiL  flr-rud   Coiwrf.'-f.  Moriilc'r   Kxcuriioui   1''m.ih  All  'f.'li.iiii|,loiim,f J-tt-itf-il* Ceililiiiliiie.)  Al-iguifice-iit Electrical   fllui/iiiiritioris.  Hc-ottish Spoils.  1'oiniH ,u, (JrcfU]y  I{educed  Kates.  Exi-:i.i..'i-iVK---T, .1. Trapp, fpresideni,). Aid. Sinclair,-Aid. Ryull. Aid. Hurt,  {,. ). B ymn-T, W... MiUheiW It; ���������������; A .ndersoi,. W. R. Oilley, L. A. Lewis,  heo. Aclains, |{. .Lirdine, .-  ftjOr Pi-i/(. Lists,..'Entry fiirms,' and fu  ���������T." J  TRAPP,  Prciiideul..  piu-fii-'illiirs.writer to .  ���������.,'W. H. KBARY,  Manager.and Secretary..  Feu years I had 1 n a su'd'errcr with,  chronic stomach trouble, pressure of  gas and distress of my bowels. I contracted what the. doctors pronounced a  low type nf nial.-ii i.-i. I could not take solid food at all. and only a very little of  the lightest diet would create fever and vomiting. The druggist sent rnea box  of Ripans Tabulcs. sayiiuyr lie sold more Ripans than anything else for stomach  (rouble.    I not only found relief, but believe I have been permanently cured.  AT   DRUGGISTS,  . ,   The Jivc-ceiR packet  is;.enough   for an'.-ordinary occasion  T'he family.bottle, sixty cents, contains'a supjjly for'a year.  it  r .ii  )  THIS KOOTENAY MAIL  f   a  )  EXCURSION FARES.  Exhibitions, at Victoria and  New  Westminster.  The following are the excursion  ratrs offered by the C. P. R. for the  Coast exhibitions:  Vancouver $   ' .50  Westminster Junction 40  Port Bloody, ...:...' 50  Hammond      .65  Haney "      - .75  Whonnock       1.00  Ruskin":. ,       1,10  Mission Junction       1.40  Sunias ....,.*     1.80  Harrison ;..;      2.20  Agassiz -...'     '2.50  Yale      3.80  North Bend   Lytton   Spehces Bridge '...  _j.Ashcroft   Savonas '..  K-rhil-jops   Shuswiip   Salmon Arm   Sieamous Junction.  Hcvclstoke   Illecillewiret,   Glacier ,..'-..'...  Heaver Month   Donald .'   (lolden   Palliser   Field '..:......  ilector. .'  I^'ggiin '   Banff   Anthracite ....  Canmore   Morlcy."   Cochrane'   Calgary"."   Enderby ..........  Armstrong   4.85  5.65  6.30  7.10  7.75  8.50  9.60  J 0.60  11.00  12.35  13.20  13.65  14.40  14.75  15.20  15.60  16.25  '16.50  16.70  17.75  17.90  18.20  19.00  19.55  20.25  11.70  12.00  ,    SECOND ANNUAL TOUR.  "A Wise Member."  i  "The Grand Opera House was packed last night with an appreciative  audience that thoroughly enjoyed an  excellent production of the latest  farce comedy "A Wise Member.*  Witty lines, humorous scenes and  novel specialties combined to hold the  attention of the auditor, making the  entertainment unusually pleasing,  and well worthy of more than passing  notice."���������St.Louis Republic.  This attraction may be seen for one  performance only at Revelstoke Opera  House.    One night, Friday Oct. 3rd.  A SNAP TO THE RIGHT PARTY  Sale of Lands fop, Unpaid. Taxes in the Bevelstoke Assessment Dis-  ., ,    trict, Ppovinee of British: Columbia.  The interest in tire following in ivhieh the fee is in the Crown:-Corrtinrrcd.  Name uf Fer-on.  Short Description of Land.  to  9 U  7.1  so  S. .$.   "Archer"  or.S.S.   "Lardeau."  ~  T IIKKKin GIVfc NOTICE that, on Sutureliiy, the eleventh day of October. A. 1).. 1902, at the  J hour of two o'clock in the afternoon, at the Court House. Hevelstoke. I shall sell by public  anctron the lands in the H������t hereinafter set out, of the Persons in said list hereinafter set out for  the taxes remaining unpaid bv said person-: on the 3Isl day of iJecember, A. D. l'joi, and for the  costs and expenses of saiel sale.  Vernon ..." ; ]2.40  Okanagan Landing  12.55  ICelowna '. '. ' 13.40  Penticton '.  14.45  VKTOHIA     EXHIBITION,    OOTOHKR    7TH.  TO lh'H I.VCMJ81VK.  (Passengers who hold tickets issued  in pursuance of the above instructions  and who wish also to visit the Victoria  Exhibition, can have their tickets  extended for a period of eight days on  application to the Ticket Ageiit at  Vancouver or  New Westminster, and  Owing to a change in business and  our inability to properly attend to it,  we will lease to any industrious person  the Ayhvin market garden, Union bay,  for ix short or long term, at an extremely low rental. . The gardens embrace five acres, and are planted with  300 fruit trees���������plums, cherries and  apples���������200 will be bearing next year;  300 currant bushes, 200 blackberry  bushes, 100 gooseberry bushes, 200  rhubarb roots and 10,000 strawberry  plants. All yielding good crops. Ample ground for garden truck under the  hoe. Xo Chinese gardens to compete  with. This is a rare ��������� oppurtunity.  For terms, etc., apply to "    '  0. & II. Ayuvix,  New Denver, R. 0.  l t *  FINANCIAL  Hudson Bay Co. shares show the remarkable rise this year from 29 to 37.  Name of Person.  Short Description of Land.  THE MARKETS.  upon   the   purchase  Victoria and return.  ������    RIFLE ASSOCIATION.  '   Saturday, 20th   Sept.,   was " a   fine  bright day with very little wind,   but  "the afternoon shadows now fall  across  the target at, 500   and   600   yds'.'   and  troubled   the   shooters,' very     much.  The Range Committee request  members to turn out as early as   possible.  .Shooting 'canV'conYihence'iit   1.30 ��������� or  curlier if enough members are   at the  range.      Order of arrival will be order'  of shooting, and will be strictly adhered  to.     To save time, they also   request  " that each pair'who shoot  next will be  ready with cartridge's   unpacked   and  sights, orthoptics, dead eyes and slings  all fixed, to take "tlie .place of the retiring pair as soon as.their last shots are  tired.    Maiiy minutes of valuable time  can he thus saved.     Chief   Bain, and  the 'brothers1 M6str6p,'"evideh'tly intend  to light for the place   of   honourj'and  we expect very soon to see the'present  supremacy   of   Dr.    Carruthers    and  Bruce Lawson seriously challenged.  ,  200  ��������� 500  G00  i-  Xiniic.  yd������.  yds.  yds Total  Dr. C'jirnithers   . ...31  27  25  83  (-'apt. Forslaird ���������  ....28  21  O.J  71  H. Lawson   . ..27  23  17   '  fi<)  . 23  21  155  21  Hi  01  T. W. Bain   ....20  ' ..25  15  no  Kil. Moscrop   .. ..--'1  .11  17  52  It. Upper   ....18  ���������w .  12  :a  W, -Moscrop   ....10  16.  ..2.  50  V. Somes .,   -rr..  ..*:.I(I  11  16  a?  T. Steed '....  ....10  8  U  :i?  T. Downs   ....Hi  6  6    ,.  28  F. 11. Lewis   ....18  8  *,  '8  ('. K.Shaw   ..Mo  in  2  27  Bourne Bros., nrerchants.Revelstoke  report for weekending September 29th:  Flouk.  Hungarian', per bag 98 lbs..  Gkai.w  Wheat, per ton   Oats, per ton' ;���������  Feed.  Hay, per  ton, timothy....  Shorts.   .' Y  of    ticket's     to      Bran, '   Sugak.  Sugar, per sack, 100 lbs...  Vkgetaiit.es.  Beets, per lb   Potatoes, per 100 lbs   Onions, per 100  lbs   Cabbiige, per lb   Carrots, per 100 lbs   Turnips,-per 100 lbs.......  Fa km Pkohuck.' _  Eggs, per do/., new laid.....  Case eggs   Butter (Creamery),  per lb.  Butter (Dairy) per lb   Cheese, per ib   Lard, per  lb   Meats.    -  'Beef, per lb ^ 8 to 15.  Mutton" per Ib x 1.... 15.  Veal, per lb ������. 12������ to 15.  Lamb, per lb.....    15 to 20.  :* Pork, per1 lb' ' ; 15.  -   Hani, per lb 18.  -Bacon, per lb >-... '.18  Fruits.  Oranges, per doz 4.0.  Lemons,  per doz 40.  Apples, per box 2.50.  Tears, per box \2:50,  METAL'MARKET.  Copper, New York, Lake Jig to 12������;  electrolytic 115 to 113; London ������53  14s 6d.  Lead���������Xew  York, $4.05 . to  London,  ������11 5s to ������11 (5s 3d.  Silver���������Xew    York, 51jj.  ...$2.75.  ..$32.00.  . .$32.00.  ..$22.50.  .$25.00.  .$22.50.  . .$(5.00.   3.  . .$1.25:  .$4.0.0.  ......3.  ...2.00.  ...1.80.  .....35.   30.   30   25.  .... 20.  -.-...18.  Allan, O. II   Ahlin, Kreel   Abrrel. T   Hcasloy IT. S   Iliildie Al ii reus   Illakclcy i'ctcr   .lowctl, Mrs   Hirney W. G...-   Hurton II. S. Kt al...  do  do  "     elo  elu  do i  elo  elo '  elo  do  do  do  do  do ",  do  do  'Mo  elo  elo  Hut-ton, It. S   do  do  do  lliinilleld Mrs. (J   Drayton W. N   do    ,  do'  do  do  Christie F. G   Clink D. L  '   Cowan & Hickrrran.V  Chandler Fred... .'..'.  Chandler Fred   Clark A. A   Cox W. E   Crimson Peter   Centre Milne & Co...  Centre Milne & Co....  Curnmings & McNub  Cameron J. A   Criily Darklev   $4.10  ALARMING MEDICAL REPORT ON  DEAFNESS.  At a late meeting   of the Otological  Society of   Great   Britain an eminent  atirist made   the startling report that  out of 1,000  school children he found  520   afflicted   by   defective    hearing.  Another medical man stated that   he  detected   a similar proportion of   deaf  children   out   of 200 examined   in .a  Liverpool school.   With such an alarming proportion   of deaf people growing up in our mist   it is important  to  call public attention   to the necessity  for   detecting the beginning of defective   hearing.   The medical  profession  in    general1 are doing   all  they can  in this direction,   but it has remained  for   the  Drouet' Institute,   to   sweep  awny   the    scientific ' verbiage   with  which   aurists have   surrounded   the  investigation   of car  disease   and   to  give   publicity   to   n  description,   in  plain   words and simple   tests of   the  hearing that enables anyone to detect  the slightest degree of Deafness   This  description vvitli   much valuable irifor-  niiition   on the prevention of ear   diseases,   the care of the ears, and   opinions   on the   curability   of   Deafness,  have   been embodied by   the   Drouet  Institute   in  "The  Journal   f������>r   the  Deiif," which is issued quarterly.  This publication, which is devoted  entirely to the interests of those who  are alHicted by deafness, or by any  diseases of the car, nose, or throat, can  be obtained free by post by addressing  th Secretary. Drouet Institute. 72,  Regent's Park-road Primrose Hill, X.  \Y\, London, England. The "Journal"  also describes a method of treating  deafness by external application that  has been repeatedly successful in curing ear diseases,- and in restoring  hearing in cases pronounced incurable  by the usual aural, treatment. . Those  who are interested ��������� in knowing how to  apply this method will find that each  "Journal" is accompanied by.'a ��������� Patient's Report Form, which enables  anyone to.receive full particulars ns to  the use of the. treatment at-home.  Any advice by correspondence is absolutely free. .. ��������� -,,-    , ...  "Craft most be veiled,  but troth goes naked."  Poor shoes most be,  highly finished" to .veil  defective material, but  good shoes need not fear  to be seen m their natural  leathers.  The cost of abnormal  finish is put into unusual  service and valued by the  Makers (throug-h their  price on the sole), in���������  ''The Slater Shoe"  Dawnorr J. D ...  Devlin J. G   Daly It. F   Downio Win   Grady M.'.   Geneil Peter   Gcnell Peter..'.   Harrison A. II ���������  Harris D. It ,...  Hicks Joseph   Hutchison Bros....'.  McKay M   Hnylandll   Hutchison D   Horner Sam   Home A...P   Lux Geo   Johnson A   Jowctt W. A   Johnson IT. L   Kirkpatrick J   Iverriagliain J.  ICornngharr J   IvclliherH   Kindmond It. D.. ..  ICiiidinond It D   Irving K    Little Mrs. J. T   Lay Nut K    Lee Emma', osteite ..  Lewis, Thomas  ....  Lawrence. J. L ���������'..  Larrrana. I'   Margercau, Louis   .  Malncwscn.M .'.  Manuel, MrsS K ...  do  ���������     elo  Mercantile Develop-  'merit. Co   Miiirhcad, Mrs W C.  McLeod    McLeod. FM    Niuilt. J I)    Brewery. Itevelstokc   Lot 20. Dlock 21...'   Lo',8, MO. Lot 7. DIM, and  Lots 0. 7, 8. Ill 3. Nakiisp   Lot a. Dl *22. Hevelstoke       Lot 1.2. HI 93. Uevc-Istoko   Lot 2.5, Dl ol. Trout Lake     Lot22.23.DI 21. hotel.Trout Lake  Loll. Iii 33. Hevelstoke      Lots 1 to 3. G to 12, HI 1, Hurton  Lots C to 12. 1113  Lots 1 to 8. DM  Lots 17 to 2(1. Dl I  Lots 23 to 21. Dl I  Lots 1 to I, III li  Lots IS lo 21, DIG  I/>ts I to ji, Dl 7  Lots 7 to 8, Dl 7   '  Lots 11. 12. I.i, Dl 7  Lots IB, 17, Dl 7  Lots 13.11. 17, 18. D18  Lots 1 to 10. Dl fl  Lotsl to20. Dill  Lots 1, 2, 3, Dl 12    '  Lots (i. 8, fl. 10. Dl 12  Lot-: 11 to In. HI 12  Lots 19,' 20, Dl 12  Lots 5 to 1.1. Dl 13  Lots 13, H. 22. Dl 3  Lots 14, HI 7. Lot 3, 1G, Dl 8 "  Lots 7. Dl 12  Lot". 17, 18, 111, Dl 13  Lots 11.12. Dl 14. NakrrsjJ ....  Lots  13.   14.   Dl H, Ferguson.  Lots 21, 22, D15     ' ���������������������������  Lots Ifl, 20, Bl (i  Lots 13. 11. Ill 7     ,      ���������  Lot 21,'Dl .to  Lot 4. Bl 15. Develsioke     Part of lot 180, Saw mill etc.  TroutLakc   Lots 28, 2il. Bl 47. Trout Lake .  Lots 1. 2, Dl 1(1, Nakusp     Lots 24.25. DI'3,        " ....  Lots !). III. Bl 4,'Burton       Lots II. l.i-BIlG,       Nukusp...  Lots 1, 2. Ill 9. ���������'���������  Lots 1. 2. 3. fi. Dl 47,  Lois 21, 25, Dl 49.  Lot 2, hotel, Bl 5, Ferguson  ...  Hotel, Comaplix   Lot  10,'B1  2,   Lot   14,  Bl  5,  Ferguson   Lots 10, Bl 13, house,Xakusp   "   29. BIG, ���������    "  "   8.7, Bill,  "   21.22.Bl 3, "       ....  Lot 1138. Hotel St. Leon   3,4. BIG. lot 7, B18,   Nakusp  4J acres, lot 31)7, saw mill,   V  LoU 7G9. Trout Lake   7, G. 1. Itevelstokc   23,21, BUG, Trout, Lake...  (i, Bl 7.        Itevelstokc....  8, Dl !)7. '���������          1,2, BIG,  14, to, Bl 1,  5. G. B12, Burton   3, Bl 7. Nakusp :.  .VII,' Kvansport   4, B145, Itevelstokc    3. B19.'        Nakusp   24.25. Dl),  8, Dl 10, Ferguson     (i.10,1, 2, Bl 3!), Revelstoke  P. house, Bl 4G,  28, B15. Nakusp   .-..15.1317. "        15, 19. Bl 19        "     -   430, 2i������. Lr.rdeau townsite  13,14,1-1121. Rovelstbke  12, 13. 14, Bl 52, Trout Lake  I, Bl 12, Itevelstokc. .  Part E I scctiorr 2G  :   Lot 7, Dl 2 Nakusp    SW part Ni,23,T 23, DcveMoko  Lots 8 and 1). Dl 4,  , Beaton  Lot 17, Bl 48. Trout Lake house  ?I0 (JO  13 GO  12 15  4 55  7 9,5  1 I 25  GO 00  4 8"  11  It 10  15 00  Kennedy J P      (/lark, Mrs   McGregor, I'W   McDonald, Dlair   ...'.  do  McDonald, J A     McKenzic, Mrs M'....  McKinnon, J Q    do  McLaughlin. D   Need ham, H   do    Nakusp Lanel and De  '  veloprnent Co   Lots 19, 20, Dl;  Lots 8, 9,10, Dl 3,  "    li, 7, 8, Dl 4  "    24,25, Dili  ���������'     G,7, D18  Lot 11. Dl 21     '  3 lots. Hotel  Lots 16.17, Dl 1  IS, 19.20. DUG.  Durlon  Nakusp  Com.iplix  Nakusp  119 05  10 90  7 80  13(15  G 1.3  02 J0  6 40  "i'so  3 80  18 0,5  9 a?  23*00  9.50  4 00  5 75  3 20  1G80  I 80  10 1-'.  102 lo  'si .52  " 3!) no  131  8  .   800  20 00  1 80  12 00  7 311  4 00  93 15  800  9 00  12 40  5 00  "ifi 80  o.i-0  48 00  45 00  7 .50  1,50  Gi 20  IG.50  ISO 20  fl 00  02 40  4 00  5 00  12 00  320  3 20  11 20  1G 10  Dwelling  Lots 13. II. Dl G"  Lot 3. Bl 45  ��������� 10. BIG  Lots 23,21. Bl 5  Lot 19, Bl 2  Lots 40. il. Bl JS.-  Lot 20, Bl 5G  Lots 11.12, D150  ������������������    2G, 27, Dl G  **    23.24. Rll  ���������'    2,3, 4, BI3  Lots 1 to l(i,  ������������������ Itolli,  '���������    1 to 16.  ��������� 7 '   1 to 16.  ���������;, 1 to 16,  - ltolG,.   ,  " 1 to 16,  '��������� 1 to 22.  '��������� Uo30,  " 1 to 20. .  ." 2 to C.  ���������' 8.12,16.  " 20 to 3D,  " I,      .  '' 16  17. IS,  " 20,21,  " 6 to 13,  17,  Illicillcwact  Hevelstoke  Ferguson  Nakusp  Trout Lake  Ferguson j  Nakusp  Benton  ,      .*  HI 22, Nakusp  '���������   24,   '   "  "   30.      "  -'   38.      '���������  ������������������   40,      -  ������������������if:   :���������  ������������������ 48. '���������  ���������', .50, " -  ���������'46,      "  4,  4.  4,  fi,  6.  (i.  6,  "(ioottye-y- Y/el'or  O. B. HUMEy& CO.  Sole Local Agents  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary  Plumbing, Hot  Water    Steam Heating  Second Street, Revelstoke  . a \v.  A man 'walked iirto the' Bank of  Commerce';, "lit Sksig'wiiy with a (lyira-  mite boiiii) imtI"(U*ma'iKlet|'!i'20,000 or  lie would; explopl) "tlie- bomb. .'.The  clerks bolted out of tlie, window,' the  liciinb chopped iind killed tlfc wotild-lie  robber, the Hank wus wreckecj by 'tli<j  ejxpl njion .and -J.1000 in gold diibt lo'fat.  Jas. 1. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer Inv^aons^*-  BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  '    ���������  All orders promptly filled.  DCl/CI QTOIlT    R^T*      Comer   Dorrgla*  nCVCLOlUIVk,   D.   V.,   auditing streets.  O'Connor Mrs S ..  O'Dricn, L .'..  Ornisby 0<J   O'Toole, J .11   I'oiiporc. .1 K   I'icard. K   Pun-in, .lames .. .  Piper..! O   Paraelis, Caineliii..  Prnttrelta,.!   Perrin.A   Playiii't, .John . . .  Ilnnisey, It   Robinson,.I   ltitchie, G I-"   elo  elo  DicllllI'lIiOII.  rilmw.C K ........  Strawbnck, Pane  Sii-linw, II    Smith..I E    Christian,.! ('   Smith,.Mr--SI .....  Stewart, A JI   Stewart. A T   Temple. C H   ToKon.F \V      Thomas. If rs \VS.  Tliornycrofl, C F..  Uniulinrt. (i \\'.,..  Chorii', Wnh   Welsli. K B   Wliitclow. O.M....  Williamson. K   Woods. J G   Y0I1!1������, JH   Tappinif   r*  K. "  10,  12. "  14, "  14, "  Id, ���������'  Ifi. -  is: -  18, "  ������'��������� "  211.  Fer-Kii-ion  It.  ��������� IS to 23.  ' 2810 30.  ���������  ��������� 13 to 16.1S.20.  ��������� 4 to 22.  1     1 to 22,  1 to 10.    ,  Hi, 18.1(1. 2(1,  1.2.3,-1.8,7,11,  12 to 17,  .-'    2.3,4.5,0,  "     11 to 20,  "    4.  "     7 to Hi.  "    11.12. Dili.  Lot7,Dl.il.irifH.D151.TroulLake  LotG. DI5, Nakusp....  Lot, 10. pi 7, "      "...  Lots 1 to 20, Dl 41, Trout Luke.  LoLO. Bl 17, Hevelstoke.  Lot 10. 1111(1, Lot 12, D18  Lot 8. Bl .52. pre 15, Trout Lake  Lota. Dl 37.   .     Hevelstoke...  "   .5- ���������' 23.  Lot 15, Dili. Nakusp...  ���������'   1������. ���������' 1(1.  Intcru-X in part K J. s II, 123  Dominion Laud, Hevelstoke.  Lot Hi. ill 23, Hotel, "  Lou Ul,2li. 27,1)1 5.  Lots 10.17,1)1 3.Lots  Lot 20, Bl 5.  Lots G, 7. Bid,  Lot  !l.   1)137.  ������������������ 7.8,   " Hi,  '��������� l.'f     " hi,  '��������� 89.      " 47  " 15, Dl 3, L( 10,111 5(l,Fcrtfiison  Lot 21. Dl 8. NftKiH)....  Lots 3.5,36, III 48, Trout Liikc.  ���������' 1.2. ������������������ 1, Niiifiihp..  ���������' 0.10, ���������' 2. HevelstoKC  ���������'    11,12." 11, Naurrsp  "    !������, 10.  *��������� 4. hotel.  "    15. 17, ",1l,Lot 3.DI8 "  ���������'    18,      " 12.        Burton..  store, lots, KcveMloKC   Lou-4. 5.    Bl 49.      NaKiisp .  "    1.2.   " 9.               '���������       ..  ������������������    1.2,3, "20.  '."    3.        " li.  Hotel.                        Comaplix  Lots 1. 2. HI 10. Lot* 7.8, BKIG,  Hcvclstoiie    19 25  39 90  4 80  13 60  9 3,5  13  10 1.5  4 80  4 00  1(1 40  7 20  0 40  '7 GO  18 00  8<H  4 50  4 50  ' 50  noo  Kcvei-loko.  Nakusp  21.221)19  Hevelstoke  Nakusp  Trout Lak'o  lU'Ki 2.5  32 55  4 80  13 0.5  45 95  85 45  !) GO  08 (XI  .53 til)  4 1)0  4 (K)  7 20  15 35  28 15  16 (XI  51 (15  16 ,5,5  II) 10  o'r  12 M  G 40  5 (ill  12 0.1  5 00  5 15  5 .55  ��������� il 65  77 1.5  1*i (1.5  !> (id  19 20  II fid  27 8.5  4 GO  (i 85  "1 .vi;  5G 3(1  13 ,V)  I    '  .5(1  4(180  15 00  11 30  30 00  ?������() 001 $1 00  31 3.5    i 00  27 1,5  I  7 95  i 2,  "7 2.  1 r-0  I 00  j CKI  1 00  I 00  4 00  4 00  SI I IHI  3.5 35  31 1.5  K .5,5  II 9.5  8 2,5  81 2.5  81*0  Log'in. Harry   Munn. Neil   Mavivell.Hobert.. .  M.iync, J D   Ilull.D w...:   McLeod,.Anijus ... .  McDennot. John. ...  McCi'.rdclI, T   McAbie,.! \V   O'Brien, L   Clirinl.ie. J II ;.  Cole, J J   Coppock, W C   Curtis, Thos, Owner.  Daly.F   Kversorr. J...V   Glenn, W   Glmhvin.AVH   Gray..I .1, owner   Sopcr. M   .Sapaiidonskii.C A.. .  Syinonds, A M   Thoinpftoii, L   Whit laker. !���������"   Willianis, II ('   Williams. W   Pearson, Tlio-   Pyc'i". William    Ituciiie, finish    Siiiip-on,.Ti)|in   Kincaiel, K   Mi'nley. .lau   Neieeliiin.il '..I  ���������Inliiir.011. Kvnn  I  Pre-emption Itccord No.  Lot 109.5. Hall's Landing  Pre-emption Itccord No.  13  li:  .VM....  m..:  5*.."....  98...  21...  480...  110...  124...  3G7...  100...  34.5...  112...  183!"!'  Lot 2,3, Gold Creek.,           Pre-emption Itccord No. 2.5G...  ���������' 228...  " 107...  "      87...    " ���������    12...  - 123...  W J hi'c 21. Tp 71, Fires Valley .  Pi'c-ej>-plion Dec-ord No. 118...  " ���������'    '    "    ,.Vm..  "      .���������Km...  " '       "      IHi...,  .51  ...  Lot 139, Hall'.s Liunllliir   l'rc-ciii|ilioii I!ec;oril No.  ill....I  6 40{  fi GO  12 80  25 m  25 GO  12 80  23 60  G 40  G40  12 80  17 GO  4 80  4 80  3 20  2.5 GO  12 80  31 40  12 80  22 40  "i'i GO  ��������� 6 40  12 80  6 10  4 80  12 8(1  2.5 m  2.5 (ill  12 80  I 80  ."2 (Kl  20 00  20 no  It ool  6 40  25 GO  12 HI1  25 GO  25 GO  12 80  25 GO  G 40  fi 40  12 80  17 (VI  4 80  4 80  3 20  25 GO  12 80  34 40  12 80  72 <X>  22 40  25 GO  (i 40  12 SO  6 10  4 H)  12 80  2ti 00  25 GO  12 .*()  4 80  .'.2 00  20 0(1  20 001  I 41 HO'  4 00! HI ������l  4 HO 21 GD  4 (HI,1 Hi 80  4 (X), 29 GO  4 OO! 23 GO  4 0OJ 1G SO  4 001 211 O)  4 (X); 10 40  10 4(1  1G SO  21 GO  8 80  8 SO  7 2D  29 GO  10 80  :������40  1G 80  7G (I)  2fi 40  29 GO  10 40  'I  4 (XJ  4 no:  4 (X)  4 (XI  '4 (X),  4 (X)|  4 (XI  4 mi  4 (XI  4 IX)  4 IX)  4 IX)  4 (10  4 00;  Dunning bcivi-een Arrowhead. Thomaou>  I^neliriKand Co'maplix. commencing- Oct. 14th,  19"JL will sail as follows (weather permitting):  Leave Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix twice daily at 10k. and 15V.  Leave Comaplix and Thomson's Landing for  Arrowhead twice daily at 7.15k. and 12.451c  Making clones' connections with all C. P. R.  trains and boat-.  The owners reiserve the right to change times  of mailings without notice.  THE FItKD ItOBINSON LUMBER' CO. LTD.  F. ROBINSON.  Managing Director,  The Bevelstoke Navigation Co. LW.  4 (X) .16 SO  4 ������) 10 40  4 00 <��������� 8 80  4 (XI IG ������()  I (X) 29 fit)  I (X) 29 I?)  4 IXI IG SO  4 00 8 8<l  4 l������) .Vi (X)  4 00 21 (X)  4 (X) 24 no  I (X)| 48 (XI  TIME TABLE  (During season of high .water.)  Leave Eight-Mile Landing each,  TUESDAY .VXD FJUD.4Y at 6 a.m:  Leave La  TUESDAY  AND.  Porte each ,   ,  FRIDAY at2ii.ni.  KIIKI) FItASKH, Asscf-or,  Hevelstoke AsscnMiicnt, Di.-tricl,  RuvcMoko.lt. ('.  3 00  119 05  10 90  7 80  13 0;  G l;  107 10  G40  ."i'sii  .3 so  18 9.5  9 35  aViVi  17 10  I 5 50  , 5 75  3 20  Ifi 80  4 FA  10 15  150 15  ;8i 52  -39 GO  I'll 15  8 5.5  12.50  .20 00  7 80  ���������12 00  II 80  4 01)  ..93 15  1 8 no  9 GO  12 10  5 00  'iii'so  .-1 80  7fi 00  12 00  I 1)0  Ifi ;50  18G 20  n go  69 90  '   4 00  11  12 00  3 20  3 *>0  II 20  25 10  19:  39 90  I 80  17 35  9'3.-i  13  10 15  1 80  4 (X)  10 40  1 7 20  fi 40  7 00  IS (X)  8 05  21 00  4 00  I 00  t 00  ,"400  I 00  4 00  4 00  "4" tin  4 00  4 00  ���������'4 00  4 00  4 00  4 on  4 00  4 00  Too  I on  4 00  4 on  4 on  4 00  4 no  4 00  4 00  4 00  t (X)  I 0(1  4 00  4 00  4 00  's'(')6  4 00  195 05  22 no  II 80  ummer Goods!  100  4 00i  4 no|  4 00  1 00,  ��������� 4 no  4 on  ' 4 (Xli  I (X)  .-. i <x>  4 no  4 (X)  4 (X)  4 (X)  ���������4 (X)  4 (X)  4 (X)  4 00  4 (X)  4'00  4 (X)  4 IX)  4 (X)  4 (X)  4 (X)  4 IX)  33 05  10 15  111 10  10 40  "8'SO  7 80  22 95  13 35  '27 '(in  21 10  9 .VI  9 75  7 20  ,20 80  8 81  14 15  154 15  'sii's-i  "43 GO  199 45  12 55  16 50  24 00  11 sn  Ifi 00  1.5 80  8 00  97 15  12 (.0  13 GO  Hi 40  9 (X)  '24'sii  9 80  '26 VV)  190 20  13 GO  73 nn  s on  15 7.5  ifi on  7 20  7 20  15 20  '29,10  23 2.5  43 90  8 80  21 ,50  13 35  17 25  11 1.5  8 80  S (X)  'Screen Droors, Adjustable Screen Windows, '  Screen Wire, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Garden ]lose; Nozzles, Sprays, Couplings,  ( ���������     Lawn Mowers.' Water Coolers, Water Filters,',  /       Coal-Oil  Stoves, one and two burners.   .   . , ���������  * EVERYTHING J NT TIIE HARDWARE LINE..  Hardware  Stoves  Tinware  W.   M.   LAWRENCE.  SI'ECJAL TRIPS .will he'innde between dates 01 regular.���������.ailing whenever  business ofl'ered warrants suiiicT." '  Tli  Company- reserve the right to  time and days of sailing without notice. '  change  A.  FORSLANJ),  !'   ,   Master.  R. W  TROL'I*.  Purser.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Hall Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country,  ALLAN LINK-From Montreal.  Prctorinn -,'   .    Sept'G  Pnnsinn ���������   .     Sept. 13  Nunudrari   -,    ���������      -      -      .,   ������������������      .   Sept. 20  Tunisian Sept. ?7  Corinthian Oct. I  DOMINION LINK-From Portland.   ���������  Colonian      -      -    ���������'���������      .     ...     -   Sent. G  C.iliforiiian   '-      -      .<     .      .      .     Sept. 20  Colonian      -      -      ���������    ' -     ���������      .      .   Oct. 11  , BEAVKR LINE-  L-ike Cliamplain     ,-  L'ike Ontario   -  I-ake Krie  Lake Metfantic '-  L-ike Simcoc   ���������  ���������From Montreal.  Sept 14  " "   II  ���������     "   18  II 40  11 20  10 10  11 00  22 00  12 05  Camborne has been called the  Rossland of the Lardeau.  O-0-c>0-CK>-CHK>  1  Many believe that   Camborne,has' a greater  future than any-mining.campin the West.   Oct. 2  Passengers ticketed UirouKh to all parts of  Great Dritain and Ireland, and at speciallr low  rates to all parts of the European continent.  Apply to nearest railway or uteamship agent or  to ���������  T. W. BRADSHAW. Agent, Revelstoke.  ^PSi^iil  thing  fhose who are wise aiid can size up a " good  ire getting in on the Ground Floor  ���������   Some ��������� of  snapped up..  the 'best lots   have already  Don't you want one ? '  been  Trains le.ive   j n .,   {Sun. Wed.  REVELSTOKE -1 ��������� j and Fri.,  Eiistbound.  Southbound.  'Twill Make Money for You While You're  Sleeping. ,  Westbound.,  S:30  8:40  17:15  4:35  Mon. Wed.  and Sat.  21:00  REDUCED RATES  ��������� i' 1 - ,*   i-  WASHINGTOX.eD.O. *.  tonn Qr  ���������'    and  Return.        $1 l,QV  Good going Sept. 20, 30,  ..   Returning within 00 days.  H. S. WALLACE, MANAGER  \r  HWGi-i  4(i ().">  4 80  13 ft'i  45 05  85 45  !) IK)  GS'(X)  111 10  4 00  4 (X)  ,  7 20  15 M  2������ 15  :ii.oo  51 K,  111 51  10 40  0 15  12 M  G 4(1  5(k)  12 <15  6 m  5 15  52 :i.j  !MVJ  88 4.-,  15 05  11 li)  41)20  II GO  27 85  4 GO  G 85  'T, 50  50 .'������)  128(10  4 0(1  4 (XI  4 (XI  4 (XI  4 (XI  4 (XI  4 (XI  4 (XI  4 (X)  I (XI  4 (XI  4 IX)  4 (X)  1 00  12 (XI  4 (X)  4 (XI  I IX)  4 (XI  4 (XI  I IX)  4 IXI  4 IX)  1 IXI  I (XI  4 (XI  1-00  4 (XI  4 00  4 (X)  4 (X)  4 (X)  4 00  4 (X)  4 (XI  4 (XI  lllil 25  .50 05  8 80  17 G5  4!) !)5  80 15  1:1 g:i  72 (X)  G5 10  8 (XI  S (XI  II 20  1!) 35  !I2 15  ���������15 (XI  m i������  20 55  14 10  10 15  Ifi Al  10 II)  fl (ill  Hi'(15  !l (V)  9 15  50 35  ]3C5  02 45  I!) !I5  13 GO  ,".3 20  15 GO  31 85  8 GO  10 85  I) 50  00 30  TOWNSITE CO.,  -    -    -    CAMBORNE, B.  Comfortable am> Beautiful  Furnished Homes  ru-cj iiinclo possible without grout c.^ijoiisu bv  choosing from our large, find varied stock.  'Gordon and Flemish Oak Furniture, Cross-  ley's Superb Cui-pects and Rugs, Scotch and  English Linoleums 50c to $1.00 vd.   Silver-  WEST.  NEW WESTMINSTER"    faAft  qk  and'Return . <plZi0U  Good going Sept. 2Sth to Oct. 1, inc.  Returning until Oct. 0. ,'���������'  For-  d ress  E.J. COY I.E,  A.G.P.A.,  VANCOUVER  full information  call on  or ad-  T. W..BRADSIIAW,  Agent.  REVELSTOKE.  ware that wears���������"1847 Roger Bra  Sw'ss and English Lace Curtainr  Large   illustrated  free of Charge.  French.  Catalogue cu   .Samplo.  Seeds, Trees,  Plants, Bulbs.  Furnishers to all Classes.      Victoria, B. 0.  GREENHOUSE PLANTS,  for Fall Planting.  Clean certificate from   inspector.  CUT FLOWERS.  AGRICULTURAL  IMPLEMENTS,  BEE SUPPLIES,      '  FRUIT BASKETS,  FERTILIZERS,  -    Catalogue Free.  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTS OF ANY  MAGNITUDE   EXECUTED  Complete Installations Our Specialty-  Finest Class of Machinery   ....  Electric Co. Limited  VICTORIA and VANCOUVER.  M  3<J'J(J  J. HENRY,  Westminster  Road.  Vancouver  Whitb Lahok Only.  mmmm  SMndirrf rtmtd; lor Gleet,  Gonorrhoea and Runnings  "' 48 HOURS.   Cures Kid-  r ind Bladder Troubles.  Ono Block from CPE Dopot  nnd Steamboat Wharves  Ito-furnlshcd and Rc-modclcd  Rates $1.60 to $2 per day  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS  ���������SANITARIUM  Dominion Lnnel Interest onlv  The jrrost complete) Health   Resort  the con I i lien t of North .A nlerica.  : atecl midst sccrier;  i dour." 'noiitliifr.  SkatlnR and Shooting.  oil  Sitn-  y nnrlrnlled for (rran-  Kihhing,   Kyeiirsion--.  ,,     ..    ,-, ���������.   Ke-srdent Phy-  - nloiiin and  Nurse.    Telegraphic com-  , municntion with all. part* of tho world.  . two niJii]������'arrives and'deprirt every day.  ��������� lis baths crrre all nervous and rmi-cular  J cllieeases; Its'wn tors heal  all Itidni'v,  U,vcr iind Stomach allineutr*. and eliiii  i Inato all' mnlalic. poIhoiih from llie sys-  * .1 .U,,V.' ly\ W1^f'<-'^', o-nnot be .-eirrpa-e-seii  (or( their liealinf- vrrtucw.  Special   Winter Terms:    SU2   to S15  ��������� - Per -Week.-  John^on. Anton  Peter-on. O-car  V."illiain*nii, A..  Wnlson. W G ..   IPart sec33, tp 22, Greely CrceK.   Greelyt.reek    'SEi. sec 23. tp 23, RevelHtoKc. ..'   INK < scc'Jfi, tp23. Itevcl-toKc...  22 cm  22 (X)  1 IXI  22 (K)  22 (X)  4 (XI  32 (Kl  32, (X>  4 (XI  10 !K)  1(1 !X)  4 (XI  2(i (X)  2<iOO  :������> (xi  14 1X1  The interest in the following, in which the fee L- in the ('rown:-  Hrech, Tlinina-,.  Co������sit. H n   Drowu. I'   I3oiirccois, Geo  Ham Held. W-...  Iloni-nc. FA  .  H.-Hlr"j������i. Alf....  llnrridKC. .la-'���������  Ciiliniiigliiiin, A  llopkiii-i. \V   Hornn. WJ ...'  .Icirrring4. W... .  .Iiiuxin-. F    .. ..  Kirknii. W   Lincigreri.P A...  Lot 1H3. Galena Bay....  Lot 1Hr>.Hall's Landing..  Pre-emption Record No,  "  Lot 413. Hall's Lnnding. owner  Pro-emptibn Hecord No. 371...  Lot 2712.G l.ojvrrer   Pre eruption jrte'eord No.     17 0(1  17 (XI  4 IX  21 (Kl  Xi in  ."> 40  I (XI  oil 10  HXi....  12 80  12 80  4 (XI  l(i 80  12C....  17 GO  17 GO  4 (X)  21 (Kl  11 20  .  11 20  4 (X)  15 20  339....  .  7 70  7 70  1 00  11 70  123....  17 (0  17 00  4 (XI  21 (Kl  113....  8 80  8 80  4 (XI  12 8(1  jwner.  Ifi 00  Hi (XI  4 (XI  20 (X)  371....  12 80  12 80  4 00  Hi SO  KB ..  12 80  12 80  4 (X)  Hi 80  82 ...  ���������13 20  43 20  4 IXI  47 20  122....  17 IV)  17 (ill  4 (XI  21 00  Hi (XI  Hi (XII  4 (XI  20 00  130....  -.80  180  ���������100  S80  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets, /-  R. DOWSWELL, Proprietor, - Vancouver,   B. C.  COMAPLIX  j. h. .young,     - t>;; . .  Cock's Cotton Boot Cfefflpo-3fi&  , In sr-rccesrrfallr owd monthlr by oVer  '10,000 Ladles. 8afe,en>ctuB,!. LsdlegMlc  r" > your druKglst for Cook's Cotttw Bool Cm-  Mead. Take no other, as all Mixtures, pills and  Imitations are dan(-erous. Price,No. l.llper  box; Vo. a it) degrees stronger,*!} per box. iVo.  1 or J, mailed on receipt of price and two ������-cent  stamps. The Cook Company Windsor. Oat.  iaP~lSo8, l and i sold and recommended nr all  re*ponslWe Druggists tn Canada.  No. 1 and Xo. 2.-ire f-old at ������i*oirt I-'ikc bv K-  1. A bey, and at Itevelstokc by W. Hews. (;. F.  Curtis, and Cjiniula Dnig& llexjk Co. Dnrggibts  O.'  Proprietor.  licst brands of Wines, Liquors and Gears.  Travellers to   Fish Creek will find:excellent accommodation  at this Hotel, ,,'  **2L^������ Wwfl's Phoiipiwaiao,  The Great Englith Remedy.  Sold and recommended by all  druggists In Canada. Onlr reliable medicine discovered.  Stx  - _ - t a 'paekagt* guarantied to cure all  forms of Sexual Weakness, all effects of abasa  or excess. Mental Worry. Excessive nseofTo-  bacOT, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  ������������ pnee. one package tl, six, $5. OmtriUpteoh,  six vm curt. Pamphlets free to any address.  Hw> Wood -Company, Windsor, Oafo  Wood's Piiosi'Iiodine is sold in Revelstoke  by Canada Drug & Hook Co.. G. F. Curtis, and  \V. Bews. and oy Frank T. A bey at Trout Lake,  Druggust*. tf.-!t^Wi}?Mli��tVXZi,-Ji
Social and Personai\USE^aam^'
rrv   is   seriously   ill at
Makes a Delicious Drink
of Lemonade.
Revelstoke B. C.
,    "       BORN
FoiisivANU���At Arrowhead,   cm    Sept.
21>t, tci Capt. unci .Mr>.   Imji-sI.-iihI," a j
Lord   S.-ilislu
| I.llfl-l'lK'.
j     JI. Floyd ''ii tercel on his   tin ties   as
(city c-le'i'k on Monday.
1    .1.   li. Twe-cdalu returned   cm   Tuos-
d.iyc.tii Mii-soula, Mont.
Mis-* On- will jeiin   tlie ollice .staff cf
C. IJ. Hume k Co's store.
' .). McLaughlin entered un lii-* duties
as mining recorder on Monday.
' Miss   Coleman liafe succeeded   Miss
Orr at the teVphone exchange.
,1. A.'Tnyior, of Arrowhead, lelf. for
Victoria Monday returning today.
Ci.   1'. Wells,
city   Tuesday
W. li. Pool ha.*, he-en .making C.-il-
giiriiins .���starc'wiih his rich specimens
nl' gold ore from the I'o-*.*l;ind
.Veil McCalln.ni, foreman of the Co-
liiiiilii;i River Lumber Co's mill.-, at
Heaver, hati been appointed a jir-stico
of the peace.
.Mi'*-'. I.'. A. Kimptuii, of Windermere
arrived in the city on Saturday on a
visit, to her Bi.ster Mrs. PiitiiKi'r'e. and
old Donald friends, '       .
of J'iilliser, was in   tiie
and  went on   to   Sicn-
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Wrappers, and in return we
will mail a heautiftrl Picture
size 16x20; or for 25 Wrappers
your choice of over 100 books..
Drop us a post curd asking
/or a catalogue of premiums
to be had FREE for Royal
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The Royal Soap Co.,
Vancouver, B.C. Limited.
The Queen of
1'elgiuni died Friday.
Mueller   will build,a huge
One of the most popular event*- of
the season, the annual autumn dance
at Jlaleyon, will bu'lieidon Friday
Oct. 1st. and invit.-itions are now being issued by the management of the
London.  Km
lead refinery.
���     The annual meeting of   the   libera
associjttion i.s convened for Tuesday.
Stanley Spencer"
'sited his airship   at
Hon. J. Jt. Tarto
we.��t to educate the
���I. C. Thompson, accountant of the
Coal Company, died at'Fernic of enteric fever.
sjiys Me is coming
people, on protect-
100 negroes were killed in a tire
panic at n revival meeting at JJirm-
iir-gliiinr, Ala.
3,500 bass will be imported from
Montreal and put off at Hevelstoke for
The Boxer "movement is again active in China and bad feuds exist between Protestant and Catholic convert.
' - i ���
Relations between Britain and Ven-
C/Uii'la arc strained because of tlie
British "flag being erected on the
island of Paloc <���
Alfred Shrtibb ran four inili;.* at the
Red Hill London, Hug., sports ground
in JO min. 20 4-5 sec. establishing a
new world's record.
Gii*|Lund brouglitdown J50 pounds
oi 'ore from, his Florence claim at
Ground Hog, for ji .test at Trail smelter. He had - ;ilso schist showing
gold, freely. '
>Yir.*e   Moivinn.on lniviiijj
ns secret a ry   to
ing had time to
the  duties, A.. K
tbe.hospital. not. brunt tend ��� to:  attend   to
J'hipps has bccu*np-
pointed secretary. ' '
A remarkable phenomenon w;is the
mirage ol the city of Toronto in London. England., supposed to lie due
to reelection caused by*volcanic dust
of the West Indies eruption. .
Two Arctic explorers have returned,
Capt. Syerdups and Dr. Baldwin. The
latter says the old idea of an open
polar sea is baseless, that land extends
to S2 dg. on the Franz Joseph'side and
he believes the pole can best be reached
from there. > i
1 (Station Agent Donnelly, Allien <
Canyon, died at the hospital on M. n-1
day from'typhoid. i The disease wjis j
far advanced wlien lie was brought toj
the hospital and he was in :in uncoil-.
scions st;rre almost, j-tll the time from
his admission to hi* death.. JI is ro-
nr.iins were sent cast to Kingston, Out. i
Duraiit was committed for trial
CIn>lclcrii fur,the murder of Gordon at
Field. Thei evidence showed no a p.
p.irenfcausc for the crime, as (iordoii
-���imply knocked at J) ii rant's door
w;hen Inirant-pnlled a revolver from
under his pillow ancHhot him. Id is
supposed Durant bad some grudge
ii-'ainst Gordon. ���'
Address and  Purse of  Cold For
C. E. Shaw.
.   A pleasant event took place Wednesday night al'tliu residence of  li
,8. McCarter,  city solicitor, who in-
| vited tlie mayor and alejennen to it
j social evening to say farewell tri'C.
E. Shaw, the  late city clerk.    During  the  evening his worship made
llie presentation  of a purse of gold
containing the  $100 voted' by the
city council in appreciation of" Mr.
Shaw's services,and also the following address, signed  by   the   mayor
and aldermen:        i
C.,1-'. rihnw. Ksip,
Dear Mr. Shaw. The ��� members of
the municipal .council of'the city of
Revelstoke decirc, on'behalf of themselves and the citizens of Kevelstoke,
I lei express to you their regret that yon
jlui'.e deemed- il'.-advi.-nhlo to ..tender
your resignation as city clerk During
I the past four years you have faithfully
nnd ably discharged the many duties
devolving u[ioii you. and we believe
you luive given'entire satisfaction to
the citizens, and have done excellent
woik in tlie city's interests, disphiv n'g,
upon all occasions.-,good-judgment" iind
ability, and uniform courtesy towards
all. Though we lYgiet to learn that
you contemplate removing 'from our
midst, it is a source of gratilieation to
u*. to know tluit you return Uvlhe old
land in anticipation'of inipriiving'yotu-
position in life, and we .-f^siire yout h.-it
y. u jiud JMi.s. Shaw will carry with yon
the highest esteem of the residents of
Substantiiil insurance at local rrites
at H. N. Coursier's.   ���
H. JI. Trueinan's studio will'remain
oiJen until Sept. 'lOth.
II. Jlowson & Co. are offering their
stock of House furnishings to clear
ccjst.      '   ,
C. and ' If. Aylwiii offer' for lease
their line fruit farm at New Denver,
the lucerne of America.
Travellers visiting Hevelstoke will
find the best, .accommodation at the
Central Hotel, Abrahaiiisoir-Bro.s. o
Special bargain in Linoleums, Oilcloths, Carpet squares and Bugs at
IL How-son et CoV'Furiiiturc sale'.   ��
Do you want to borrow money on
very 0easy terms to build a house cure lea so an expensive mortgage?
Then call on II. N.'Coursicr.
, When'you come to Hevelstoke hail
"the Central Hotel bus to take you to
a good botch Abraliaiiibon Bros.
It. Jlowson Vt Cos furniture u a re-
rooms'have been the scene of activity
during the past week delivering packing and shipping furniture owing to
the special sale.
, The W., Abrahanison Addition to
Trout Lake stands ready to offer every
inducement to those who wish to purchase lots for private or business purposes.
We arc notified on going to, pr.-ss
that J. A. Miller the present manager
of Clements it Co. has purchased the
half interest owned in tlie business by
Walter'Bews .ind'be wishes to notify
the people of Revelstoke arid surrounding country of the change. .Mr. Miller also wishes to take this medium to
thank" his patrons for the libera! patronage afforded, him during bis nian-
iigemciH andeainestly solicits a continuance of their confidence nnd support. Mr. Clements still retains his
half'interest butcihe style of the /inn
will be changed to J. A. Miller ik Co.
and will still be under the'same management.
Victoria defaulted, to New Westminster.
Tlie Shamrocks will pass through
on Saturday on their way to tlie coast.
On their return they will visit Xelsm.
Melville, of RcveMoke, played with
Kami oops in the match with Westminister on WcdiK-day. Wc.-tniin.ster
won by .1 to 2.
The lacrosse match between J'cvel-
stokc and Vernon was plityed Tuesday,
and was .so close that neither side
scored. The local team weie driven
from Vernon tothe Coldstream ranch
nnd were hands-piucly treated. They
speak of the Vernon team as one'of
gentlemen who'played a clean game.
The Sociological Ci>minitt;e of the
Methodist conference advocated the
Saturday linlf-holielny as a valuable
*afe-giiurd of Stuidav.
VfOTIOE is hereby triv.,11 that -'i'l eliiys after
_L\ elate; I intend applying to the Honorable
the Chief Commissioner ofiLiuicts miel Works
for the permission to foil nnel (-arry away timber from tlie following land*:
N'o. 1.
Comincnciniral J! post at southwest corner
marked "\v. li." planted about three chains
boulh of Hill ciecK, mid about oiie-aneiVa-hiilf
miles northeast of Upper Arrow lnkc. Galena
H.ij-. marked "W. U," thence ca*t 1(��) chains-
thence north Wchains;-, tlicnce west Ki'ichains'
thence .south 10 chains lo place of commencement.
W.M. iJEATi',    '
Galena ll.xy, 13. C, Sept. 2-Jnel l'M2.
For Sale
Two Wood  Stoves and a Self-Feeding Coal Stove at Bargain Prices.
Apply to
Railroad Watches
Wjiltha'iu and Elgin, Hampden and Hamilton. J7 and 21
jewels.! Vangtnud, Elgin
Veritas', OrcM-ent.  St., Father.
.,    Tiinc/C. I', li. Special,  B. W.
1   , Baymci'iid.   Ajipleton   Traccy,
IS1 .SjiOcial.    .Send for prices.
- ,       j
Specia 1 ists,   \'a ncouver,
No. 2.
CoimnenciiiB ut a po^t phintcd eit nortliwest
corner, about tlncc chains north of Hill creek
and about onc-itriil-oiie-h.ilf mile* northeast of
Galena Jl.iv, Arrow- Like, marked "\\r. ��� n ������
thcircesouth l()cli.riii.s; theucc east liVil ehaiim;
llienc-e rrorih Kleli.iiiis; thence west ltXI chains
to place of e.oiiiiiieneeiuciit.
,   , WM. IIEVTY.
O.ileriii IJ.iy, n. ('., Sept. 2Jnd. I!��K.
��� So. X
('ijiiimeiieiii-,' .it n po-i'murl-ed "\\. 1,"planted
������il the southwest coi-tn-rnr timber berth mnrked
"\V. II, anil alioiit one rrrrle cum of Arrilw lake,
(J.'ileirn Il.iy, thence south ll'.cli.iins; theucc cast
tuoeliaiiis; ihi'iiee nurth II) churn-.; thence west
hill chains to place of cuinrrrerrrcnicrit.
(Jiileim Hftv, i!. ('., f-cpt. ���Jin.l, IIM.1.
B.   C
Notice of Sheriff's Seizure'and Sale.
So. t.
( onimencintriu a post iiiiu-I.ed-W. |." planted
at northwest coiner about, Hi) chains oust oflhe.
southwest corner of Timber llerth No. "J. hereinbefore described, arid about oiio-iintl-tlirci'-
fourths miles cant of Arrow lake. Galena Hay-
thenecsoiitli SIIcIiiiIiik; tlienee cast, tn chainn:
Ihniici! iicnth t(> chain-; tlienee west 80 uhitfiir.
lo place of eoiiiiiiencciiicnt.
,  .    ��� WM. IHW1N.
Giilenn II y, fl. ("., Sept. 2Jnel, I'M.
In tl'c iinitter of the "Coiriptinies   Act
1802 to I89.T' and in the matter of the
Lillooet, Eraser River and  Cariboo
Gold Fields, Limited, in liquidation-
rpUE creditors of the- above  named
JL    Company are requited, on or before the 22nd" day ot October,   1902. to
send their  names   and  addresses and
the particulars of their debts or claims
verilied and the names and  addresses
of their Solicitors,   if. any,   to  M.   Ie
Vicornte   du   Peloux   and  Mi.R.   C.
Wyatt, College   Hill   Chambers,   College Hill, London IS. C," England, the
duly appointed Liquidators of the s;tid
Company,   or   to  J.   ,.V.  Armstrong,
Ilevelstokp, B, C, their agent,  and if
so required by notice   in   Writing,   to
torrnj and prove said debts or claims at
such time and place as shall In., appointed in such notice, or in default thereof
they .shall be excluded from the benefit
of any distribution nrade before  such
debts are proved.
Dated theOih day of Septeinbei 1002.
It. 0..WYATT.
Per their'Agent,
J. V. Armstrong,
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands "and
Works for a special license to cut and .
carry away timber from the following
described lands in West Kootenay :���
Commencing at a pest planted on the
South bank of Goldstreani i mile
above French Creek; thence 'East-80
chains; thence South 80 chains; thence
West 80 chains; thence North 80
chains tp the point of commencement.
Dated 4th September, 1902,
MOTj'cK. |s licirbV r-iveri
,---.        r,     tluit  tinder nnd
by virtue of n warrant of Kve-uutiun
issued out or the Small Debt*. Court of |{o--->
lirird, H. (;.. hnlclcii at Dosslaiid, .nil dir-eeted to
the .Shea-ill' of North Keiolcnay, against the
good*, of P'-vid Orr. I h.ivc Ihisdav seized and
liikeh in JfXccrilion. all the iuterusl. elf Ihe ��nid
D.iviel Orr in the Mineral (Jl.iirns, Hie-Cyclone"
nnd "Crcsem,". .silirntcd un Great Western
Mountain, anil Hie "i'rc*crii;' Mtu.itcil on
Goat Jlotiiilain. in the , Jjiiii1c.hi JliniiiK
JllviMou of West ICoolenav. And I (jive notice
that I will on
���      FRIDAY OCT. 3rd, 1902,  -
nt tlio hourof two o'clock in the afternoon al.
thej Court, Jfou*c, in the City of UovoUioke,
oiler for ��ile> publicly, an the interest, of the
Mini David Orr. in | lie said Mineral Claims or
such jJiirt I hereof as shall satisfy Ihu ��,iid
Dated tliis- -.'Urd d.iy ot Seplcmber. 1!I(V.'.
Deputy to the Sherifl'of North ICoolenav.
VTOJICJi, is hereby j,'i von Hint ���'��> dnys after*
j_> dale I intend applying to ihe Honorable
the Chief Coiniiiissioiierof Lands and Works for
Pei'jjii*sio;i to fell anil can-y iiwuy liinber from
the follow int,' described land*: ComnieiiciiiK at
a post planted beside 'I'. II. ifc J)'-i southwest
comer post and marked '*G. M." one quarto.!
mile west of Deep creek and about twound one-
half milesuoullr lroin fiuiena bnv, on the Upper
Anow lake, thence north Ml'cli'irn--; tlicnce
west Wi chain-; lhence .-outh So chains; tlicnce
cast tn chains to place of eoiiiincrrcre ni'iit.
, G Ko 1 ��> K iMcj( :01t M AC K.
Arrowhcid, B. ('., September' 171 li, 1JKL'.
In tlio matter of tho "Coinpnnlej. Act 18<>- to
1SI.J and in the matter of the Siriishirro J.iin-
llcd.in iiepiidntion.
rpiIK creditors of the nbovo niinreil Cornpnny
1.   jrro reiinir-eel, orr or before the-.'illh day of
October, l!Ki2, to send I heir n.iiiioK and addresses
and the particulars of their debts or claim,
verified and the iiames and addresses of their
solicrtpiv, if liny, to Charles Hill. College Hill
Chambers. College Hill, London. K. C., Kntrland
the duly appointeid lieiiiiilutor of tho said C
pany, or to J.'.V.
-...    .    oin-
Armstroirj,', Hevelhtoke. B. 0.
'Near tlu^ Oriental Holed, 'a pneke't
book coiitriinim; papers of rrei usi.>tcj
,-iiiyijiH' except the owner. Finder- will
please i-'i'tui-n io Ihe. iidic-e of the Ivoot-
knay Mail.       '  .-
VfOJ ICK ,N hereby Kivcn tluit..'��ilav*. aftoi*
J_\ date I intend applying to the Honorable
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to fell nnd carry nwny timber
from the following described* land-:. Com-
itienciiiK at u po-t planted on west bunk
of the creek riiirrrrni; llirnrri-hThompson's Lund-
iriK on the Upper Arrow lake and mnrked "G.
M." one-half niile r-iist of Arrow hike, theneo
oast Kill c-biiin-; Ihciice .-enttlt II) ch'iins; thence
west, Hill eh.i.ji , iLeiiv-o north Ulclinrns lo place
of coniiiieiicoiin.nl.
Arrowhead Mills,
Arrowhead, JI. ('., September irtli, liKH.
his iiKcnt, and if so rcquircel by notici- In writ."
int,'. I".conic and prove such elebls or claims ut,
such tunc and place as shall be appointed in
such notice, or in default thereof tlioy slmll be
cxclriclcd from the benefit e>f any ctihtribiitfon
mndc before such debts are proved.
Dated this It Ii day of September, 1!K)2.
per bis Agent,''1
' J. V. Armstrong.
NOTICE is hereby given that
days after date'I intend to apply
the Chief Commissioner of Lands ^ -
Works for-a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands in West Kootenay:���
Commencing at a post planted on the
South bank of Goldstreani' about, two
miles'below French'Creek;'tlicnce easl
80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains;' thence north 80
chains to the point of commencement.
Dated 4th September, 1902.
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date 1 intend to apply tjj
the Chief Commissioner of Lands an(!
Works for a special license to cut -anti
carry jtway timber from the followinjf
described lands in "vVcot Kootenay t-^
Coninicncing at n post planted 3^
miles from Goldstreani; thence west
80 chains; thence, south 80 chaind:,
thence east 80 chajns; thence north 80
chains to the point of commencement!
Dated 1st September, 11)02.
l our city.    A
of your valuable
the council Imve
e lure her lecogmtion
.scrvico to the city,
appropriated the siiii!
<>i* if! 100 to be'handed to you as a'bonus
to your salary for this year.'and we ask
you to accept the accompanying purse
of gold,-with the Lett wishes "of the
members of the council. ''
Revelstoke, Sept. 2-1. 1H02.
iMr. anci Mr?. Sh;iw' left for Kng-
land by No. 2 yc'tlei'day morning,
intuiy friends being at ihe depot to*
?av farewell. " ,
.Notice to the Public.
Commencing on Monday, Sept.. 15th
the drug ntores of the city will clo-*e
on the evenings of Wednesday and
I*'rida'y ' iilp 7 o'clock, jind remaining
evenings,'except Saturday, jit !) o'clock.
C. I'.Mc'Oo.v.w.i).
Clkmiixt*. & Co..
\V. Ui;\vs.
Reopens September 3rd.
-Docs Youp Food Distress You?-
next  tlic'2Sth. '
hiinday   next   the :iMii. in*t.   i.-jing
.,( : -Children'-.     Day"   throughout      the
! J'lej-hyterian   Church in .Canada    the
Children's    Service'' v.ill   be at 11    a.!1-1'
' in.    All parents and   friend-* are kind-1 ��,v J'"" eonstip.-ited:-
, ly invited to be present-vviMr and a*~.ist
I the       "���*
Are you  in rvciusj-
Do you fi'i'l olde'i- than you used to:
Is your appetite poor?
Is your  tongue coated  with  a  sli
yellowish fin?
Uo you have dizzy spell*?
Have you ji had laste in ihe iiiu.ithJ'
Due's your*  food  c-orne rrp aft ft-eating,
with a sour taste?-
i Have you ,-i sensjuion of firllne*,* after
j eiel iri!*'-
| Dei VOti have heartburn? ,,
! Du von lii-lch gas or wind?   v
iDovou have exci-ssive* thiiX?
] Do you notiee  black specks befor*��' the
;       eyes?
,- Do von have pjiin oi oppression around
��� Doe*? your- heai I p.-ilpitale nr   beat ir-
Die you have nnple;r?ant dreams?
A It-o.rrdlnK.urel Jiny Sclniol for Girl*, ooil-
ducted by the IJiMii(jise.||i., ivern, assisted by n
st.ill'of l'rofersioinil TiMclicrs. , ���
l-'or I'l-ospcctus, ripply t,n li.c frincip.-i!.
IVnelcis iiddrcsscil to (lie unilei--ii;ned will be
received up io Oi'tobur lib. llln.', fur the iirrr-
cli.isu of (be miiiint; plu.nl. mine jind eamp sup
plie��, inelndiii^ 1X1 pur cent dyimnirte .lessops
stcul drill, blucl.-.siinili ontlll, fnsn, canned pr0>
visions, as-s.iy nppliancen unci siiPlilieK,' cook,
.stove, etc. iJclncry to be tn.ken nt tho
Certainty nnd roi-phyi-y mi I Iron (lill "ilinc-.
KJclicdiilesnnil  purlieulnis in.iv Ije obtiiincd
on application to ���*
.     JC. A. HAGGlr"!**;'
jAlinin-- Kngincer,
Moscow -Mineral Claim. Mtmitc irr tlicj Jjirdemj
Aiiiinif-* DiviKioii of West Kootenny District. ���
Where located: On I'ool ereuk. bein-,' nn oxteir-
sioii north west rely of the Moluurk Mineral
TAK.K KOTICK that. I, Geo. S. .McCurtcr
Home 6r.oyvn Vegetables
Advcrtisenicnls under this heading
will he published at one cent per,word
per issue.    Cash with order.
incuts for the Purpose of obtiiinini* Vi Crown
Grant ot tlio above claim.
And further Inko notice that,action, under
scctron 3", niur.t be commenced before the issu.
.nice ot such CcrtiHonte of Improvements.   '
Dated this 21th day of September, ��� ,\. I>. litOi.
WANTJ3U-A   l.-.dy,   iniddlc
wishes it' position  in the upper
AKO lir*t rpinlity of \\oil cuicd
iJon'l f.iil toKive me a chance to Mil \oiirmclci-.
I can supply yon wilh farm pioduce' of better
ein.iliiy at !cj��er jirices tli;iu you can prociue
from .myotic el-o.   '
S. Jr. CHOW'LI-:,
children  in^lii.*   most.important
interesting   *er\ ice,      A   .-pecial
your Irrril)? tremble or vibraU*?
you ri'stlf��s at night?
.Vajie ',.   ���	
E. L. Kinnian  has resigned as   road
superintendent   for   the   riding as   he!
was   oppo.-td to the J!ig Uentl trail   to.
Canoe HiveT being   built this fall con-:
*i lci'ing   it could be clone better   ncNt'
.*[iriiig.    Hon.-  W.   0.     Wells.   Chief J
Coinnii.-.-ioner   of   L;ind*and    \\'ork&'
wa.*    detenninc'd     however   that   the
wi.-he* of the   people of J'evelatoke to j
have   the work   completed thi- fall   if
p(i--ib|i- .should be cairieel emt.
.Induing fioin tin- ninny coiiiplimeu- |
aty ibiiig.-th.it have bee n Miid j-ncl,
written regiiiding "A \\*i-*i: Mi:miii:h",
it i-s evident that it i�� we'll worthy of
iiiii|iijil'lred prjiise un ib nivn merit-!.
We (eel mi ft ill predict im: that biealii-
ing i<*>��� iiti ;it the Opera .l.'eiti-e will bo
at a premium on l-'ridny, nml the ivi.-e
man will m-cum-hi* >e;ii.* fyr (he en-
tertjiiliiiii'iit in time. The play aiiel
ennip.iny uere an iiiiei|tialli-d -ucee.-n
l;i.*t .-ejiMin' anci are inore than upholding their r. cord during thi-* their second .sca&.in.
The Knterpri.se   lirewery    has   ju��t
received a car load or nm'lt.
the (���oner-
Mr. Cal-
��� To rj; ive-
or ier of service,  aelvi.-eel by
ill Aa.senibly. will be u,*ed.
At the evening service l!ev
der will have  a* his t-uhjoet
On Sunday afternoon a special -er-
viee fur the Sun lay Seliool ehildi-i-rr
will he held, it bein-,' rally day
tliroiiglicriit. the Dominim:. A nice
pi'oeri'aniine ban been jn-epnn-il in
which the,children, ollieer*. iriid te*ach-
er* tal-i- part. I'aren!.* and' fri.-uds
an- ce.idial.'y iinitnl.
l!<-v t' l.ai-ni'i" will hold special >(-f-
\iei- un .-Sunday evenine; reviewing
t he Hoik of the e-\a!i''eii-ts
! Afri'  Occupation )
j Street' nuiiibT.   ., '���
iTovvn State  ... ;
i i   ���      .
j     Tf you have any oi-all of lh>*   aliove ,
I s-yijiplorrr-J you prnbjihly h.-ive Dypep-
I -.i.i.    Fill   in  tb�� jiben-e  lihuik, send to
i us and we> will mail   von a free tii.il cf
1 PKRSfKODA TAW.KTS -iincju.-Mion-;
! ably the  sure��t  .-ind   .-.nfes.1  Dyi*p
, cure  known���tj-'gel her   with  our
; bonk ���"Acl vie-e to Dyspeptic ��."    ){
I lat'size Pepsikola   Talilet>, i'i eeiils-, liy
i mail, or of your druggist.
At Reduced Prices for 30 Days
' Barred PlymouUi   Roe-ks,  Jit-own  and
White r."trhrii n*. Wyandotte-,
Pekin   Duck1-.
i Write for Prices.     We Can Suit You
i J. I'\ .MOFl-YVT, Supt.
j VRRN'ON. 13. C.
'^^^^s^^ HOUSE
gi;:i Friday, October 3
. . -fie-1'
coitntiy, as genervil housekeeper- to
two or t hi oc gentlemen or widower
with one or two children. Apply P. O.
Box 172, Victoria, B. C.
\\7-A1\TED���Hotel    prop,
t     get  registers  at the
Mail ofliee, Kevclalokc.
riotoi-jj    to
Afiinii loi- .sale, K(JOei ljiiilelini,'s.
")lrs. I). Willis, KcU'lsioUe. Jt. G.
Apply   to
Iiolj Hoy nnd J,i/x.i0 |{os�� Mineral Clnim.s, .situ.
atej  111  (ho ItcruMokc  Jliiiini;  Divi.-ion of
Ivootcnny District.
^V'll(;rc lucatoel���About seven miles nn Luforino
crct'K, on north .side, i
I'ukc iiotico.tliiit 1, .1. A. Kirk, nctiiiK nt*
iigent for Alex. iMcCri-Kor, free Miner's Ccrti-
j-iciite,A'o- Jlli7iSii, ������(i .lames Wttle, ��� Free
JVImors Ceitillfirtu. No. 13ll78.-j.-i, intend, sixty
clays from the elate hereof, to apply to the Mill-
in-,' 1'eeorder for 11 C'ertiliciileof Irnpioi-eiiioiits
for lire imrnohc ol obliiiniii(-a Crown Grant of
the above claims.
And further,lake notiee that action; under
Section Xi, must be commenced before Ihe issuance or Mich Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this jth day of August, I!rfl2.
J. A. KlltlC.
��� NOTICE.   ��� '.    ,
NOTICE 'is,hereby given that i/0
days after date I intend to "pply to'
the Chief Coiiiminsioiier of Lands a if tl
Works for a special license to cut arid
carry away timber from the followififc
described lands ji) West Kootenay :
Commencing at a post.' planted fl|
miles from-Goldstreani on JJig Ue/id
trail; thence north 80 chains, thenpe
west. 80 chains; ^he|icc south 80
chains; thenciv raat 80 clminK to tlie
povJt ofxoinniencenion^ '   '
. 'Dated ]stScptoinbc.yia02.
���;,..,.. , :" "k        ' K;,C McCAKTiSK.
NOTICE   is,hereby  given that   .'IO
days   after date I intend to apply   lii
the Chief,Cbinmissioncr of Larrds-nnd
Works for it .special   license to cut ��iid,
carry away timber   from-the followinit!
described lands   in West Ivooteiiity:-^-
Comincncing at a post planted oh (lie'
South   Bank   iif t'oldstrenni   \   m'ile-
nbove French   Creek; thence sottth 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; (hence t
north 80"chains; thence east 80 chains
to tlie'poiut of commencement.
Dated 4th September',' 1002.
"K.C. McCAlil-KK.
For Sale.
rilllK  riON'KKK  HOTKIj, RKATON,   II. ('.
1     'J'he sole c.ui-e.ol' mv .sulliiie- out is that, J
nave to leave this  district  on  account of  ill
health.   Apply to
ISAAC HAT!*, Proprietor,
Re.iton, ]!. a.
Fancy work, including Embroidered
Lunch and Five O'clock IVa Cloths,
Center- Piece---, Tea Cosies, JDiawn
Work. Fancy Cushions, etc., for sale
at reasonabh.' prices -it .Mr-s. Tur-ni-ose's
store,,corner- McKenzie ave. ,-uid 1st st.
iriirvev Jliner.il Chum, sitnnle in the Uir-
clciui JIniiiiglV Division of AVest Kootenay District.   > ' *
".Vhejre located: On I'ool. creek, about two
mrlcs from mouth.
Take notice Unit J, Wm. 10. Devererix actinias nj-eiit for Charles Harvey, Free Aimer's Certifier! tc ^. H lirrjltt, intend, sixty days from the
cliito hereof, to apply to the Alining Recorder
for a Certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtain i riff a'Crown Grant of the above
claim. ,   . ,   .       ,       ���
And further tnke.notieo:thtit!",iujtipi) -uodttr-
Section .ie, must be commenced before tlio'lsslf-
anci; of such Certificate of Improvement!-.
Dated this 21th day 0f July, lini-J.
WM. ifi: DKVJSRKUX. I��. U S.
Vkskv Strkkt,     -    XKW VOHK
.1.   !l   l.jie-.-y, nt C|
leiv.sleil     ill  limber
uhile    in the r'ity    1
filed    <.e\iT;i | erui.si'l'
limits nnd make an
on tlieni.
in I
e>, wiiu is in-
l<- llig lieild.
lAcek   cle.��.|ijil-
*   to I'xaniinc-    his
exhaustive report.
J* PUhc ORAPK   c-e'AM   OP TJRUfl   rOWOrn
Flour niill-s will be .stinted ;it Xel-
.<on by Ii. Friel, formerly ol" l.'cgina.
The Enterprise' brewery Co. are
putting in new h\ili;iulie- beer pumps
at the hotels --applied by them.
A   leading citizen, who ha.* been   to
.the    IJend;  says 200 men will be    employed   on    the lumber   cainjis   tht"-
this winter.
"Mc-crop Hros. have been awarded
the contract for jnitting in a water
supply at thoOphir-LnelcCo'-. properly
at Caiiibonie.
Baker and
V"OTICI':   is   heieliv given that at a
;>     iiieeling ol'tlie Hoard  ,,f  Licensing   Ciininiis.sionei-.s   (if    (he   Cily   of
Ibn-elstoke. to be   held   after   (heex-
piraiion   of HO   days   from    the    first
piibliciilioii of iliis notice, |   intend to
.apply fiifiin Hotel   Lii/uor   License to
Ibegrnnled   to'nie   iM   respect  c,f the
(premises   eiecleel   and   lo   be  eieete'd
P ,     r ���-,,-,. ,    I1,'.',""1    Ill('    W'"'1'    h;i11'   (,f    '���"l>    T''��.
ruriOtlsl.y plinriy MllSicnl 1-arce Comedy i l''l'*ven and   Twelve,   Jj|���f.k   Sixieen,
1 flan (W.   Ui'Velsloke, , known    ns   the
I liiowu Hloek.
I     Dated   Ibis Kiiiih clny of S..11I . I!)l;2.
j JOHN <;. LAlJ(;HTO\.
,S,'M. MeGUJRE & CO.
DimIi'i*. iii All Kinds of    ,
:    Farm Produce, Fruit, etc.
fi nil
A full
lino of
!in'l complete
MeKcnzie Avenue
arid Railway .Street
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold  Mfcdal, Midwinter Fair
Aveiiil   fSiilctn^   J'oxv.IerH   r..ntt.liilii^
alum.   The*',' ,'ir<; Injurious lu l.e>nlth
{fiitlcnriin or lady irr each countv (ci
lu.'inngc bu-tines.�� for an old establis-hed
bruise of solid financial standing. A
str-Jii(;|)l, bona fide weekly cii-jIi s;iIjirv
of .SI,S.(X) pj.id by c-befk each Wednesday wilh all expenses direct from head-
c|u.ii lers. Money jidvaiiced for expen-
���*'���*!. Manncrcr, HIO f'axlon Mirildin^,
''White Klcpliant," "Wa Wa Ki'iietiuii," "Wa
..W.1'..    ! '''e-'aelwejll,"    "Troruhvell    I'Vactiorr,"
Chrlcnt,, "Noble Three" and "Noble Three
traction mineral claims situate irr the Hevelstoke Jlinuiir Division of Kootenay district.
Where local eel: Hot ween Ijifonnc nnd
Cnnies Greek, about 'seven mile east from Columbia river.
Take notice I hat I, O. H. Is'. Wilkic,-acting
iiKOirtfoftlie Double Kagle MiriiriK anil Deivet-
ODinj'iit, Co. lamiti'd, j.'ree jlliner's Certillcvte
{No. II. ISIi.'l, inlend, sixty days from t|lc date
hereof, to apply to the MiniiiK Kccoider for a
Certrtlcaleof fmprovcjiients-, for tlie purpose of
obtiiiiiniR ,i Crown Grant of the above claim.
������ And further lake nolice that action, under
auction .li, must be eommonced bcforolhc insrr-
iince uf Mich Certilicate of Jrnprovcmonts.
D.ijcil lilts llllh day of July, A. D. liKH.     ��
'  ' O. II, N. WILKIK."
'NOTICE*is'hcreby' given Mint :tt)
days after date I intend' to al'ply to
the Chief Co'mniissioncr'of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry awny'timber from tho following
described lands in . West kootenay :
Commencing at jioet planted n't. foot
of lake on south bunk of Goldstreani,
thence south 80 chains; thence 'west
80chains; thence" north 80 chains;
thence cast .SO chains to tire point of
Dated b'th Septonrbor, J002...
. lJMlqliNTOSII.
. NOTICE is hereby., given ..that 30
days after .date I intend,, to, apply to
the Chief Commissioner'of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry awny timber from, tlio following
described lands in West Kootenay *���
Coinincnchijj at ft'post-planted on the
south brink of, Goldstreani at foot of
small lake; thence north 80, chains;
thence west" 80 chnihs; thence south
80 chains; thbncc'0 east 80 chains to
the point of conjmenccnic*>t.
Dated '4th September, 1002.
"    T. DOWNIE.
Can s|,|,,,|y rM,it ;1S follows in any
epiiniity: Apple-, 2'.c pe-r pound; (Villi
Appl.-, 'l\i- |���.j pouiicl; fluiirs-, tc per-
liouiicl; fe.ii-'-, ;>,',<��� p,.,. pound. Write
l-'i |)iieis(���i \ej,'etable!-; can supply iir
voir iiiinii-y.
my 'jii.n.tiiy jiud s.ivi
���A Well Regulated
Jewelry Store
i\ :��) days al'tej date J intend lo
!n,-ikc.-a|)p|icjttioii to the Honorable
Chief .'(iimnisKinn-'t- of Lands' and
Works fur a spi'cial license to cut and
curry away limber from the following
described lands;
Coniineiicinu at a post planted on
the mirth hank nf th,. Coltiinbin river
just alrovi' ihe- mouth of Cirnoellivei
and marked "Mark Hyatt's North wist
Corner l'osl;" thence west 80 chains:
thence south 80 chains; thence east 80
chains; thence north SO chains to point
of commencement. ,   ,
Dated this ,'{i-d day of September, 1002.
NOTICE ' is hereby given that 30
dnys''after date I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and.
Works for n special license to cut and
curry away timber from the fol'owing
described lands in West Kootenay:
Commencing at a port planted on the
South bank 'of Goldstreani about 2
miles below _ French Creek; thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80
cliiiins; tlienee north 80 chains; tlienee east 80 chains to the point of commencement.
Dated 4th September, 1002.
,4%l KNCSH
Will ft I, WIND OF FJ*N
Now en sale nt (Jitniidti Dititf Co,
1- ns nell woith ii
vi-ll'.m un art unl-
lejry. 'J'he -'ewcler
:inel .Sihcr .Sinltli'H
Art i*. one e.f Llics
ei|df-l Kiid finest; it-
pr'.-cliii'tion-.- among
Ihe; ino-t ex'iniiile.
If *ik li Iliir'g8 nre
not itrtHlic I lie y nre
of litllc value.
J. Guy Barbers
S W days after- date I intend to apply to the Honorahle Chief Commissioner of Lands im<l Works for ��
special license'to cut and c.-iivv away
limber from the . following described
Corrimeiicingat. a post planted on the
north bank of the Columbia, river, j ,vo
miles west of tin; month of Canoe liver
and marked "G. H. Na^Ie's Smith Fast
Corner Post ;���'thence north SO chains;
thence west 80 chains: thence south
80 chains: thence east 80 chains to the
point of cninniencetnent.
Dated Ihi-r |ih day of September, MB.
NOTICE is hereby given Unit 30
days after <bite I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Land-i and
Works for �� special Ijcepse.to cut and
carry away timber from ��� tlio following
described-hinds iii West Kootenay:���
Commencing at a j!o,s,t' planted' on
the east bank of French Creek; thence
east 1(50 chains'; 'thence south 40
chains; thence WcsflfiOchnins; thence
north 40 chains to ~"the point of commencement. -    ..
Dated 2nd September, 1902.
NOTICE is heiebyi given that Hi)
days after tinte I intend- to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for <i special license to cfit and
carry away timber from the-foi lowing
described lands, in West- Kootenay:
Commencing at a post-planted half
way between McCullough nnd French
Creeks on trail; thence south 80
chains; theneo east 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence west 80
chains to the point of commencement.
Dated 1st .September, 1002.
i\ Mccarty.
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