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 { ���������e*  '���������V  pto-v  S\cU\^rl'T  "'/'  ���������^f v������sf?suiiv'e /|Y;;",  /^.    __._:_J3ri'  "-���������S     OCT 4-1905. *"^"  '  Y  ,,  lj  )���������>;  ���������f-  >���������:  it  Bews-Drug Store  V-FOR-EXPERr    : ���������  DISPENSING  ^^s^������'  Vol., 12.���������No. 26  IIEVELST.OKR B. C.  SEPTI5M13KR KO, ISHir>'.'  Use Parisian  Cold-Cream ���������  t, The kind put up by BEWS.. i  $2.00 Per Year  Mail  Order  Dept.  i i  LIMITED.  DEPARTMENT STORE.  Write  For  Samples  MUNDY LUMBER COMPANY.  A GREAT LUMBERING ENTERPRISE AT THREE VALLEY. BRITISH'COLUMBIA.  Whole Sale Tailoring".  ���������  "   ���������''      ''   v - '     j  , Come in and look over the largest line of Tweed and  Worsted Samples ever shown'in West. We can takei your  measure and have your suit made by the largest wholesale  tailors in Canada. 'We guarantee the' fit'SO YOLMtUN NO  RISK.    We can give you a lirfet class tttihired  suit in   a large  range of'nice cloths, made lo  your measure, a great choice  of   style's yer   choose  from  ���������   7     YY  M   ���������  <���������* si  ������,  yi  4-1)"  < y  ������.  In  :i $20  Again -we y.-ufgety.ydii liny  sfyle'ofeoaiij-oii'wtin'tfr'Oiie  of the'.leading style's* is .a  Chef-terfield, coniCKjiist below.  The knee," beautifu 1ly ttiilorcd,  .velvet collar, made-'to your  measure, (it guaran- * 0-//T  -.'   ,      -"- tecdrit,      $19  Come in" and see  these they  will certainly interest you.  You run no risk  ~'  Y     ���������- .'  Fit Guaranteed.  Hunters and..Trappers;Supplies  ', >'������������������  Single,and Double:Barrel Shot Guns', 7  Repeating and'Single Shot "Rifles" ^  Eley's Loaded .Shells,' ��������� "'"    '   <���������':.  '  'WFnchosicr, U.'M.'C. and Savage Rifles .' '  Cartridges,*' etc."    7,  BOURNE  GROCERIES, STOVES, HARDWARE  yJ  o  if^JTM^  |@OBB-  , f..  C. B. Huirie & Co. Ltd.  . DEPARTMENT STORE.  ���������v  ���������THREE VALLEY'LAKE, EAGLE PASS,  , * r~r    irry"  S, .      '     V  YOUR OREDIT ISiGOOD FOR  .I*.- *  AT  R. HOWSON &GO'S  FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMS. -  PICTURE  FRAMING  Two yours ago rroliotly th earned that  picturesque Tli ice V.dlcy Lake, ������sluinT  ber ing'aniid ita   iiiouiitiiin   fastnesses,  ,in the Engle  Rivey. Pass   in   Jiritibh  Coliinibia,'si.\'tccn'nirles west of,. Revel-,  stoke, -was "destined *-to "-liccoiriey'the"  scene of one of   the   most  important  lumbering enterprises in the 'interior.  Nobody expected that the'-exjieit*e>e"  of, the" practical   lumberman"- w iis* here  to^frnd a mill site designed t>y  Nature,  better- tliiiri cordd be fashioned   by the  hands  of   mini, and_no   expense  for  utilization,   beyond    its   equipment.  Yet lrere was such a site, the like oil'  jWdiich is rarely found, located  almost  'against   tbe   road-bed   of    the grenl  tianscoutinerrt.il'. railway,' ''the''  Canadian Pacific.        ...,,'      . "    ;  Theunex'pected has hiippe'iiPtl, and  the past Vfew months have seen a  wondious 'cliaiige at Three y.illeyV  Two years ago the .neighbourhood at  the ��������� lake was known only to tlie  trapper, and-of the score's of thousands  who yearly;pashecl  it  in   the-railway  ~'. ii ~*?ir<S*'  *-"y**;  VAX. DAVIS,    -1  Picsielcnt Eagle Itivci- Lumber Co .  tuiel Dnoctoi iMiiuel) I.umlici Co  * VV. W  BELL,  y    ���������  '.imiijji Eagle llivoi- unel JMunciy Lumber  Cejiii|i.ii)iejs.  ALUs.     Thei-e gcntlenien aie all from  Brail foi tl7 Pa.  Till,   I'l MlSI'li. . '      '  on   the   company's   limits   is "inhstli  ccel.ii, Imt tItoic'is it consulcr.ibliy pin  prill ion of wlii'C piiio, Iir   and   .*-pr net*.  Tim jzrowtb  of  iimbpr is   woncl. tin1,  and u heie .lugging operations aie  nor  guinu'   on   it   will  cut   1 "JO,(X)0  feet le.  the acre, while tlio   Eagle   River' 0<>'*  ho'tlings will piuli.ibly average  rJO,000  fret to llio ni'ic all   round.  '  Much   of  the timber  is' large, "trees   beiii',r '���������ji*  iniicli as 12-ft. du   diameter.      These  tiee-s will give  a  magni'iccnfc  cut  ol  i'Ic.ii lumber     As "showing (hc'-i/col  the'timber ,gt owing  oy these ' lunity  wc   publish    hciewirh. :m "cniriavhi'i;  sl'eTwiiig live p^ rsons wi tip then   arm>  ninstretohrd,  coveiing  only   half the  girth of the ticc     i, ,   '"  ������������������     * r.occixci oi'i;iiAi'ioNS  Last fall, under the management of  tiMi,", J3..B..   Schcbniiuikci, \ the   vice^  piesicb'iit of-tlie Miindy Lumber Co. a  experience'   in    the  Tbpy were clelighlo'l  "f i,lii ir i  vt",ii>iaiiiiii  linil'cr  lioitlis   they  Eistern Stale*5'  with tlie* result  anel took up t In  now  li..lcl, nugre  trains and admiictl the beauty of the  r-ceneiy, none ilieninct! that on tho  further sho'ies of the lake existed pne  of the finest lumbering forests in  British Columbia, it remained for  A. McRae, of Revelstoke, to grasp the  opportunity that so many now learn  to their regret tliey missed, though  ying at theii \'ery deien-i. McRnc  ���������heard of tbe niagnilicent lcsejurces eif  Thre-e Valley, nnd d"tei minccl to investigate for himself. Although .in  old 'hand in the iiiniiiiliiins hc'wtts  amazed at the wealth of timber that  he saw. It. was on Dominion land*.,  ii nd be ru ranged to take it up with a  view of interesting capital in its  development. Asa result the ciipitiil-  ist.s now co;npri*inn the Eagle River  Lumber Company and (he Mundy  Lumber Company investigated the-  proposition. They ucro expert lumbermen uilh truiiiy year1- of successful  galirrj; KiO  miles       They    then    proceeded to org.tninc the  , EACLK RIVER LILMRERCO,  nbit'll e>wns tliu limit5-, anel l lie Munei\  Lumber Company, uhieh  has  eteeiirel  tlie mill anel will inn llic m.-inuf ictni  nil; i nd nl I In- hit-dues'.  Tlie 10 icle River Lmiil'er Oomi-anv  is capilalised al $1,000,0 0, anil ih-  iiivi'stni.s consider the v.ihi" of I In-  timlier in tlie^o limits worth all of inn  e'emts on the el'illiti on (hat oapilih  s.ilion '  The iMimdy Liimhei Company i-  oit;-iiii?eil with a eapilal ol !)!i"J0.0li0,  which will I io moiciiseel from time In  I into as icepiiied to eontluct. ihe iiianii-  lacture of liinibe'i'in all its hi:iii'-ln"-  it bcirre; the tntention of this, company loatld the necessary   machinery  IMPERIAL BANK OP CANADA  Clipltnl Aullieirl7oel, .>l,UX),im   '.iipltnl I'mel U|j, ?.'l 100,000.    Ko=it, $.'1 .W,000.  ileacl Oflice, Tokonio, Ontakio.  ���������Hraiiclioi iii Iho Neirlliwo-et Turrile.nps, Muiiiteilm, OiiUriei mill Q'"*!3p������!-.  Ami lliu reilleiwiim rieilrilt in Uritt*li -jileiinlim: Oraubrwik. Oolilon,  Nolsem, 1-tuvolf.tfiLo, Tn.uL liuko, Ainiwlieiiiel, Vmicoiivor unel Vioteirin.  T  II M-'Kiti-rr I'rejsieleiiit. t). K. Wn.Klii, Vico-Prosielonl, tiuel Gonornl Miiuniror.  ' B. HAY, Ahsis-Hiil'.Uiinoriil MiuieiKiir.    W. Mokpat, Clliiof Inspejcteir.  Revelstoke Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  Siivlnjts Uopiirlmoiil���������DoiiiisilM' Hocoivejel anel luloro^l Allenvoel.  Dnirts,Seilil iivieilublei in till puds eif ('uuiulji, Uuitoel StnUs niiei Europe.  Spocltil iiltohllem Kivoi. lo ci'llootlons. ,   , A; ��������������� Vimvs, Mauagor  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $ i 'a day.    Monthly rate.  CT.   ALBBBT     STOISTE ..(.PBOE,  E. R. SCHOONMAKEK,  Vica-Pre^idcut Slunel}- Luuiberr Co., and  Dlroctor Kugle River Lumber Co.  IM'. SCIIOONYMAKKIi,  Kuuifliiry HukIo lllveii' iumI "iIiiihIj laimlie-i  C'liiiip'ttiiu-i.  the  hiisine'HS    (li-  lu (heir   plant  niiiiitl.s it.  Tlie following gentlonien ceiuslilirle  llie edlicciM jintl pioprioliiry of  TIIE KAOLIO lilVEll LUiMIJKIi (!()  I'Y XX. I lit vis, president; S. A. iMuntly,  vire-piesiilcnt iintl iiiiiiiuger; I1' 1'  Kcliooninaltei, k-ciclary; VV. VV. Hell,  tieasuicr; C. I'. Collins, John MeCt uni,  E. Ii. Scliueinmalv-er, Ci. II. Mills, VV  VV Hell, l<\ VV. Davih, S A. Mundy, II.  V. Teller, I). Ci. Cooper, direoteiis. All  are of lir.ielfejid, Ta., except Me-ssrs.  Teller unci Cooper, who aie from  Collingwood, Cut.  TIIE MlhNDY LUMBER CO.  is coni]i08cil as follows .  S. A. jMundy, president; E. 11.  .Schoonmaker, vice president; K. I'.  Schoonmilker, secretary; VV. VV. Bell,  treasurer, All the ofliceis are diicc-  tois, with the addition of Messrs. C. 1'.  CoIlinB. John McCrum and Geo  '.-.':-Tfoe. ,0nIy<fine'  r.:\,  Fit-Reform lias no interest in  ���������^-���������Vor, "connection, witli ��������� any"  other business. *   " " * -   "     _1 *  , -       ' ���������.,.'"    *-  _' I Tlicrc'1!' 5 only ONF, Fit-PvC1"-" ,'  ' Wardrobe incach citv llin.i:. ',,j-..t  Canada..       -      .        '      -   , "    y  .,Be sure you r.re iu tie? ri~l;t"i]������������r,e  ���������and (look for the 1'"it-Reform  label ���������',''"  on every i-arment'vou Lii v. Y  it" t j ~f  Suits and Overcoats Y,.'v:p.lto C30."rV,]  Trousers.,"....'.-,-,.'.' ������*?>~^X*S~& 7"A  c    *' ' .ik^-" V'?-?I. v  i-li'nl,   ' p,T ! *i ,.> .   lifies - every   g. ni-.'re -    jifl      FIT-   ' fey * traj 'mark' and, price '    '  i   Fit-Reform gaiment. ,    $1 REFORM (> J       as''fixed by makers.   '' -  This tradematk  .-   V."-'  JYxA fnr laH with    u  The only Fit-Reform Wardrobe here Is at   -  J. G. Macdonald,; Revelstoke.  l  e. l icinman;  liogfjiny t'onli.iuloi |r,i|r|i- llivui- Lunilicr Co.  logging camp was put in on Tluec  V.illey Cieek, .'uni steps I.iketr (o im-  piuve Ihe creek for l"g*gmg purposes.  L.itor a contract wis lot lo Mr. K. L.  ICinmiiii lo supply 50,000,000 Ieet of  logs lo'the mill. He brought over his  logging plant from1 Tiuut i Lake,  ell'ecled further impiovemcnls to the  i-i ek fm llo.iliug li'g-^. Jintl linili two  *>ijli*.l.int.i:tI rspl.isliing tl.inis       He .ilsu  tlllllt'll   Ill'pllll   of |e'|l)g Cll'i'k  III   TllleC  Valley (lieek lei increase- tbe> vnlnmc  nf w.iter for splashing purposes. The  Iif!I eliiui i*. :i mile up Ihe1 e-re ek, unel  I lie HiTond i-e iihiiul, ,i(|ii.irLei -iif-.i-inile  furl her   em The   creek   luis    bee'ii  cle.ni'el entt ami sliai^hteneel, anel a  lluiiic built, nt e.ii'li el.im with a w.tlei-  light w.ilei g.ile litlc-el tei the he-il of  e.ieh lliime. The sen ies of illiistr.itinn-  wliie-li we piihliili gives jhi i-m-i'IIi*uI  idea of llic way tin nc - dams anil lluim-  aie eipe'iale el.     'I'lie   upper iliim i- "I'lfi  THE MOLSONS BANK  1    s Incori^iriiteel l)j Act nf Parliament., lSVi.  riBAD OFFICE,              -             "-            .MONTREAL.  VVm. i\liii.seiv AlACi'iiKusn.v, Pie-s.             S. II,, Giving, Vin--Pn-s.  .Ia.mks En.ierr. Ge'm-r-.il M.m.e^i'i'.. 7   Capital paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  '     l'"> t I vl 11111^  im   w.-iy  nf .li.inkiti!?   liusitiess Ir.in-.-icLyel   without mini I .- ���������'.11 V ili-l;i V. .  luliTi'si I'lfdih'il livice ii yf.ir.il   c-ni-r������mit.  rale-J  on   Savings Ji.tnk  il  |������������������ i���������11 ���������. '  VV.  II.  PIIATT, Manager,  Revelstokb, B. ,C.  'WMZfiB  mm  '-y*FaHf  ;Y7|YiSB  ^^& , IS  '   |,>J 1  '^m^^S^'j^^m  j������  i ^"ttS^g^/ ^^mH  " Jmn  Ik.  v y   'v'" ������������������      rojw^MMH  iIJIm  tjSHNhw^'                    KK|SlnffiSH<^8  x  ijfl^ffiMa  bkSi^toB^^^mb^B^j>MI  A, McRAE,  oatot ol the EaKle River Lumber Go's. Limits  Merchant  Tailors.  Livery thing a gentleman wants in the line of tailorino*.  Otir stock i.s new and up-to date.  Pressing and denning promptly attended to.  First Street, Opposite Union Hotel, Revelstoke.  /-^- REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABRAHAMSON    BROS.,    PROPRIETORS,  Newly built.      Firr-t-cla'-s in every respect.     All modern conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms.  Rales SI.50 per Day. Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under  same  management  ;OperaHouse|  ONE NKillT ONLY  Saturday Sept. 30.  pnici:*.. ?i ������i a. ;.���������������.  Sent* im *.e]u eine \ecct in  aelviincc nt C'iiu.kIu Drue;  unel IJeK,k I'eirnp.iny.  Mr. O. I*. Walker pioents Ihe Eminent Actor  Mr. HAROLD NELSON  Siipp'irtcd by Mr CLIFFORD LANE  I'l'l'CK anil ������ Capable Company  in  Oii=. SkinucrV Greeit Tlaj.  A Snmptiuu* PriKltiction'of tho most fa^cinrttiiiR romantic  pltey ol the pa^t elocudo. 'i a Ju 'l    J,i  ��������� I  1  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Kooten'a    Lodtfe No. 15 A.F, & A.M  Tho regular meetings are helel in the  Majeonic Toinplo'  Jeld Fellows Hull, ou  the third Monelayiii  each inoiilli ut, t>  p.in. VWtiiiKbrethren cotelliilly we'l  coined.  C. A. PKOt'UNIKK, Si.ejiii.nriY  SELKIRK LODGE, NO   12. I. O. O. F.'  Meets every Tucselaj  evening    in   Selklik  .Hall     lit    8    o'clock  J Visiting brethren eoi  'ellally   inviteel   to  al-  tenel. ' '  0. D. PALMKK. N.G.   ,        J. MATIIIIO. Sit.  D  E  R.   MORRISON,  DENTIST.  Ok>-ici: :  r NKW      AWKENUK   I1L0CIC,--  McKcnJiie Avenue.  DVVARD A. HAG CRN,  Mixing Engineer,  (Mem. American  Iiistitulo Mill UK Knuinccr")  1 nuudinn Mining   ' Unite;.)  Rv k KLSTOKE,  li. O.y  Examination'of'and reports on Mineral 1-to-  , perties a Spcciitll j'.  "U01I    R.������  CAYLI5Y.,  a   ''.(  ��������� ,  Uim-inti'i' ami Solii-Hor.    .  *��������� .  'OFFICE���������tJoi'tiei* of" FirM. Kiii-i'i .mil  /J3oylu AvL'iiui'.'lti'vi'lsloki', IJ. ().  ARVEY, tMcOARTER  ������     . ���������AND IMNKIIAjM  H  IIAKItlSTKKS, SOI.I01TOI4S,  KTC.  OrKicKS:   jMoiao.vb   Hank   lli.ocif,   Ukvi.i.  ' -8T0KK,  II. 0.  Money lo loan.,    Offices: Hevelstoke, H.O.: Fori. Slevle', U. t;.  .'  Gko. S. Mc-Caki-kk,  A. M.  l'l.SKHAM, J. A. Hauviiv,  Ke\eKtoke, H. C.������ Kort Steele, U. (J.  s  J, M. rfcotl, LL.1'. '        W. I. l'riKK*  eCOTT   AND. J3R IC'Ci  'Bahkisteks, .Solicitous, Etc.  Monky to Loan  -    Solicitors fou Molsons Bank'  Fir-st'Street. Revelstoke, B.(J,  XCbeilRootena^-flftail  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30,1905  Continued from Page l. .^  a(  .storage  n   mile   up  feet across, and affords  space of three-quarters of  the creek. ,,  . Tlie steam logging plant consists of  two engines with their equipment.  One of these engines' has two 10x12  cylinders at 100 lb. pressure, running  360'revolutions per minute. Jt is  fitted with a double bauliugr driiin.  This engine "can handle logs, for o  radius of a mile around. These  engines were built by the Washington  '. Iron Works of Seattle, and the facility  with which they handle tbe heaviest  logs 'over the roughest ground-is  amazing, the logs being delivered  right into the splashing booms with  ho manual labor other than fixing  haulage cables'*'and clearing away  obstructions in front,of the logs.  - So heavy -is the timber in which  these logging engines are now operating that, to allow'room for the logging  plant to work only half tbe timber  can be felled and taken out at a time,  and the fellers and tbe logging plant  will have to be taken over the ground  a second time in ouler ,to complete  the logging of it. Clarence Brownlee  is foreman of tbe  logging  operations.  THE TOWNSITE.  The , inauguration _ of   the  Mundy  Lumber Company's   enterprises   has  established   a   growing    townsite   at  Three Valley.      In   addition   to   the  company's offices and store, dwellings  for the employees have  been   erected.  The   townsite   occupies   a    beautiful  situation   at    the   uest end of Three  Valley Lake, where  the  Eagle  River  leaves the lake, and  it  will  ere   long  grow   into   a   point   of   considerable  population and importance.    Tne railway station   is   a   third  of a mile distant, and the railway  authorities  are  being urged to move to the new to������ n-  site, where practically all   the  traffic  now is.     Thi������   will probably  be done.  Opposite   the   townsite   is   a   pretty  little  island   called   Pleasatrce Island  in honor of   Mrs.   Mundy.c     A   convenient dock  for tbe  accommodation  of the company's steam tug   has   beeir  built on   the   lake  shore alonsitle the  company's oifices.     A   water supply  has teen put in.      There  is  a  daily  mail service east and west, and a telephone has been'installed   which gives  connection    with   C'riliin    lake-,   ir.nn  which tbe company has the adv.irruige  oi   telc-craphtc   communication    with  the outside world.     A   complete electric lighting system   is  being  put   in  from   the  null   to  light the townsite  and   docks,   so   thai   in   a   short time  Three Valley   ha-  secured   all the iiel-  vantages of civilization.  Till. MILL.  Tbe "Go" that has been put into  the construction oi the mill is evielciU  from the fact that on May l*t there  was no machinery orr the ground,  while by August li-l the mill win  ready for operation. The site chei.-en  for the mill is on the south side ol  the lake at the wen end, ami no heater site could be found for the pconenni-  cal operation of the lumber iuelnstry.  A railway spur run.-! right intei the-  mill from"tbe Canadian Pacific Railway Co.'s main line, and the mill ii  thus within three flays' freight haul  from Vancouver on the weit, and  Calgary on the cast. The Mundy  Lumber Company ba\e here magnificent booming facilities, their main  boom in tbe lake being a mile long,  while tbe mill has been built on a  cove of the lake which afVords a  natural sheltered boom for holding  the log supply for the mill mailable  right at the foot of the log Udder.  There is ample yard and dock accommodation. Docks will be built along  the lake shore and lighted at night by  electricity; while the yard will be in a  safe position in case of fit e, being cut  off from the mill by a hill, which  affords a natural buffer between the  mill and thej yard. A mountain  stream cornea down to the mill, from  INTERIOR OK SAWMILL.  LOG CARRIAGE, Ml'N'DY LIYMBER C'VSMn.L.  I'I.anisci ni-'i'Al.TM'-'.vf of Mir.r,  which ir-derived the water supply fm-  the hoili'M, JLiiel !>} ci-e-e-tiiit,'.i tank nr  tliiin ou the niiiunttim -teb* ,i lir-t-rl.i-*.  high pre'u*ttre-' wnti'i Jotvie-i' e-:in !������'  iriaele available- in c.i-u nl liif.  The mill h.i-i bee-n erect<"1 with two  main fi'atinea jM \ie\\ ��������� pre-numy nf  prodiiftifiii jinel -itfety from lir������s. 'I'lie-  benli'i- linii'-r- ih -2N\li j fi'i-t, built of  "olid brick .ind ireni, making tin1- nut-  of the- Miff--a mill buildings in the- province -o i.ii in precaution" against lire  arc concerned. 'Ihe. burner h.i- been  located over a lofty iidgo situated on  thej e.tst *itle; nf l he' mill, aud thij ridge  forms .i perfect cul-olV bet ween the  mill :iiid the burner, Ihe refuse: lumber being cjuricel tej the but tier by  means of a cejiiveyeir. The yard, loading and sorting pl.itfoi nil arc loejitorl  fm the west aide of the mill. The- mill  building proper i.s 152 in length by -11  feet in width.  The motive power eif the mill is  supplied by tbiee' lien j/.jiutnl return  tubular boilers, l'i in di-iuicloi, IH-it  long, with'I-in. tubes. Tlie ���������einokc  stack is (50 ins. in diainetei, D0-ft. in  height, and is litteel with ladder jinel  spark arrester. Tlie main engine is n  beautiful piece ni machinery, '250  horse power, anel took first prize itt  the World's Fair,     The fly-wheel is  l'2-t't. in diameter. Thi-> erririn'" \..i-  liinlt by the' Bucki-ye Kugim ������"n . e-if  S.iIimii, "hlfj. This engine h.is .1 nnwl  fi'atnre, in that tin"' gow rnur i.- nn tin  lly-wbi e-l unel gius *upi.rieji ivgula-  tiutt nf tbe *|,e eel nf the etyine- The  engine i* installed on ,t inn--7!.'- <'"ti-  e-rete foiinel.it ion. There is :ils<> a  (���������eiirile>n������(>i'. ,mrl a eluplf\- -eft'ain inw  pump fen- feeding the beiile'ls in e-.i-e. ,,f  neei-ujity, nr fur lite purpi.^e.s  The-e'leetric pl.mt ciri'-i-t-e <>;' <i I .111  liglil iir.ii'linii', -npplnel |.y i In*  Milwaukee Eli'f-trie'("ei Thisrhnimr,  is driven by .i sepiernte e'ligmi- f.f I' 11  b. p. c.ipiieity  Coii.si-lenr, with th'' enmp.iuy'-e  peiliey of providing every po-wii.li'  pieeautinn against lire .1 brn'k e.il  house has been Imtll, fe.i the "ffir.ie^e  of all iiifliirirmable eiils   '  Tin; Mil,i. i-r,\.'. i  is up-to-date in every prnliciibir. Th  logs are r,ii*eel fiom the he,om by ihe  travelling big elevate,i fiom which  they me kicked orr to the log fleck by  ;i steam kicker operated by the m-.iIci  with his ffiejt A steiim IruitleT places  the leig" on to the cairinge, and n  steam nigger turns the log when  necessary.' Tho carriage is steel, with  three log seats   and   knees   opening  7'2-ins. from tbe saw line. Tbe carriage i.s fitted with patent hammer  eleigs, , anel there aie pneumatic  cushions for bumpers at each end of  tbe carriage'run. The wit for the  logs is worked with steam, anil (ho  feed'is a gunshot 'I'2 fl. long.  'I'lie saw itself is what is known asa  lefl-liandod 1-1 A11 is double cutting  banel, with e^xte'iitll'el bed, unel the  siu.s travel at the rale of S500 ft. a  minute, Froin Ihe saw the lumber is  ca11 it'll by live rolls, the larger timbers going right l.lironuli Ihe mill,  while the smaller si/.t-s are.switched  till io,l be celgei. This is'one of the  best, machines made., with latest  labor-Raving devices. The saws lire'  litted'wil.h Hoc chisel teeth. Live  mils again carry the luinbei from the  eilgei, the ylV-cutH going to the  .slasher���������a live-saw 'Mna'ehino which  cult, all the waste inlo-.'l-ft. lengths���������  and the better grades'passing on to  the trimmer, from where it is carried  over a (iO-ft. sorting (able e 'It then  piss(.s tu |,)ie 'planing mill and is  winked into tho i various ,'kinds and  descriptions'of the finished products  of the forest. 'flic trimmer is fitted  wilh patent saws, which leave the  edge's perfectly snyinth. The planing  mill, is <i()vl(l ft-; and* Hie. powei is  ImiiihliPil by an independent engine  of 11)0 h p. 'Tlio shavings and dust,  aie drawn till by a eye lone fan anil go  '" fee el the'furnaces. The ainiliary  plant, of I he planing mill consists of'a  steam saw seller, icsaw unel rip-saw  fm mouldings, tinel automatic knife  gi heeler.    Tlicbiiiitl saws trie filed in a  HK5  O  /rn&ri/  l������yfu6d  /u<H4s ttAifl, /uwiirf- -^Ceyni^Cd -fa iect^l -&& Su^& st^u, fauite.  ^cA-trtj/ -kg, 7       i# cm/is <^,g*ri?-t{> -bets ^   <&Jo**Ji/������uJl''.  $*"if W'UfoZ' '&WrtHr*f/, -t&> -/������& &Jbn^7/ tt*;  I, rU^Tiy JVLO-VL^ct ytO*Us   t^  separate room, where special machines  for the different operations ' arc fitted  up. This machinery, too, is furnished  with a separate engine. The capacity  or the mill is 100,000 ft. per day,- running double shift. The plant was  supplied by the Wat.eniiis Ungiiro  Works Co., Ltd., through their' Vancouver ,iigonl., Mr. Hugh (iihnour.  This linn lias the reputation of 'turning out Jtbe best sawmill machinery  in Canada. " '  A .shingle mill, <I0.\1(> ft., is built, ou  the lakeside eif the mill, and it is expected that (.lie output will be in the  neighbourhood 'of    150,000   per   day.  ELGIN OR WALTHAM, %c en  .   4-OZ   SOLID   SILVERINE   CASE.        vPU.JV  4-OZ  SOLID   SILVERINE   CASE,  Ditht, mill tliumi iii-eiof,   llltetl   wllle tlie very IiohL  ������even Jewelled   ICIgln  en-, Wall limn  jiiovenieint,  Hlem wind einet >.el,,iiiiiliilisolule.>ly KHiuioiteeel,roi'  .five ye'iuv.     Also u1 beautiful  elialn witli e-neli  wutefi for llio iieixL.'Hlilay.s.    A\\ ciinipleli',  HUM.  'yec;liiK iK lielien-liiir.' ("nl. IIiIh out unel Henel it, lo uh  Willi yoiir inline, Post, OIIIcjo  unel   lOxpreHH Olllce  uelelrusH, unel we will htlinl llio  Wnleli anil (Jlinlii  to yeiii tin-exaiiiliiiilloii.   If you  lluel it, us retire-  NUiiti'il,   tiny UKe'tit. Ilicaniounl. anil express cIiuirum, unel Wuteli mill (Jlinlii aro yeniis.     If year  w t,li IciHiiVf |iii)lii|r||iu uxprews ejlniixew Henel in tliu full iiiiionnl, and wis  will forwaril   lo you  '   " ������������������- ��������� ���������  ������������������     --       jsll,ejf eVl eioiilH Is, re-  I- hill.   Orilei- al emeu  103 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.      ,'  aiNUINI  PUEBER  Waliili anil (Jliaui hy inall. all cliniu'es pirpadl.    If you oreler CJ.O.ir. aelepijsll, of ������l eioiila Is, re  eiulNilisii iniilli'i'iii   kuiiiI fallli, which aniount, will lie elc-liii'liil rram you   as tills   tier limy mil, appeal- again.    When will lax ineiilloii this papui  E. WAGNER & CO  f- MUNDY JdJMIilOR CO.'S STOKE AND OFFICES, TIIltKE'VALLEY.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO. LTD  '     -,- ...   ltlSVKLSTOKI-3. IJ. 0��������� .'     ^        ���������   :,  '  ARE PREPARED FOR THE SHOOTING. AND FISHING SEASON  A new stock ol' Rille.s, Shot (Jims anel Ammunition' arrived. * We hire out  , i-i'linhie; Sheil, Onus at, $1"per,day���������sur.' killei-.s. ,   ���������  AlA, KINnS'lIRAVYANI") SMELI"- IIAItDVVAItE, GUANITISWAJtE  ,'���������     Mow did you like t.ht: "Slransky" Steehvare Saiiccpiin:'''  ' Wi' have ,*i cennpli'te stock ot ".Stransky" Steerlwai-e.  PLUMBING AND TINSMITHING  a specially.     ICslInmtop Klvou anel all  work  Mail Oielet-s inoinptly anil carefully atleneli'il lo.  _v4-  ���������rtY  )j  -i,  IIEST (J OO PS  LOWEST PRICKS.  MaKe Sewing Easy-  - - The woman, who does her own sewing and embroidery, should insist 7  on havirrg Holding's Silks.   They sew smoothly,,easily���������because they are  free of kinks and knots.    They won't break���������because they are all pure,  tough silk, evenly twisted and spooled. , < ,,.'.'  f ' .       i ' '    , ,  Belting's Spool Silks  are the result of  a   40 years ������rpen-,  ence in making  embroidery nnd,  1 ' <-���������   .     .      ...    -  (  sewing,     silks. -  When you -buy  Delding's,   you  getthebestsilks  for* hand   and  .v   machine work.    "  Al all dealers.'  #U*X4  4S>4Si^  ������������������������  P. B  S & GO;  Wholesale and Retail <  ...   ���������   Meat Merchants;  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage :  '���������^P-ss^Calgary, Alberta  I-I'.OG  CREEK  FALLS, BAULK  RIVBK  LUMBER CO'S. LIMITS.  lip;   CKJUR TREK, EAULE  RIVER   LI'MIJEIt  CO'S.  LIMITS,  OCEAN   STEAMSHIPS.  , ' oyal Mall Lines.  Cheapest Route to tbe Old Country.  ALLAN LINK���������From Montreal.  Victorian.....' Sept. 2!l  Bavarian        Oct.. fi  Virginian       Oct. 13  TnniMan  * Oct. 20  Victorian Oet.29  CAN. I'AO. ATLANTIC S. S.���������From Montreal  Lake Cliainplain Sept.128  ijiiko ICrio       Oct. 12  Uikc Manitoba   . Oct. ill  DOMINION LINK���������From Montreal.    '. ���������  Dominion '. Sept. 2-t  Otta������ ii  '. ' S'jpt. 3U  Kensington .* Oct. 7  Canada...    .' Oct.'14  Son Ih win el.. . .         ' Oct. 21  Dominion Oct. 28  AMKHK'AN LI NK���������From New York.     -  St. Paul     * Sent. SO  New York OcU 7  St. Louis Oct. 14  Pliilaelclpliia ..' ;..Ocl.'2I     '. Oct. 28  STAR LINE-Froin New York;  '. '..'. '.    ...Sept. 29   Oct.  1   oct:u  ��������� '     Oct    18           Oct. 27  (JUNAltll LINK���������From New York.  I'trnria    Sept..'10  (,'ainijania ejcl. 7  Unibi-ia     Oel 14  Ixit'oiiiii    Oct. 21  Kliiuia Oct.   8  Poh-iCiikcps ticketeel through to all parts of  Great Britain anil Ireland, anel at, Hpecially low  ratCH to all parlx of tho Kiiropean continent.  Apply to nearest railway or Hteaninlilp agoeit or  to  T.  W. BKA.DSHAW. Agont,   Ro elatoko  W. P. P, CUMMINQS.   Pacific   Aj-cnt  St. I'liiil.  WHITE  Teutonic...  Ocean iu   Majestic .  Hall.io ���������  Teutonic .  Lcwih Bios., Reivclstoke.  BRICKS! BRICKS!  Tin- lii'st, (Jlity in iOknii,'i(rjin V.-illoy,  VVe'll-lnii-iil. liricks in liii-f^i! ur snmll  i|iiiintilii'.s iiLii'.iseio.'ililu piiui's.  i*i\*iji<:ni*v Hitrtuc &tile co.,  liO'lji'l? Eiiele-rljy, R. O.  Alphonsus De Feo  PROFESSOR  OF PiANO  Lessons 50c. Each.  Oivi'rr at Mr. Dominic Gallicono,  near Station.  Music supplied at "At Homes" and  Dances.  MUNDY LUMBJ3K CO'S TUG-*"COMMODQR?* MoRAE,"  Persons i'i>(]iiii'infr u supply of ice- can  tli'pe'iid  on f-ottinur  it pt-oinptly   fiom  TJSE  oap  Subscribe for the Mail and get  all tfye news  And save Wrappers for Premiums.  ROYAL CROWN SOAP lias no equal  on the market. Drop us a card and  we will mail you a catalogue illustrating the beautiful premiums wc offer.  The Royal Soap Co.,  ,    o  o  ,   ���������  < ^1  il  * fl  VI  ' 11  \ YY',  (7  Vancouver, B. C.  Limited 1  ii    } ; -      i  f     '  rn  niE KOOTENAY MAIL  retii"   _v4-  ���������Fr.  -1  ������ A.  Ogilvies' Reputation  goes into every barrel of  Royal Household Flour  - If Royal Household Flour were not as  good "as* Ogilvies say it is, who would be  the greatest loser ?  'You would try it oncc-^if it were not  good,'you would be a small loser,'perhaps.  . But Ogilvies. would probably lose     .J^^s  your custom.  - They would-also lose iho custom  fi, of every other, ^ornan who tried it  and of - thousands who ' had never ' *  tried it buthad been told, that it'was not  as represented.    -,   ''   " '  Therefore Ogilvies must mal:e Royal,  Household, Flour* the best flour because  they stake their reputation upon it, and if  you and thousands" of others found it' was'  not the best, Ogilvies-.would 'ruin, their  business.  ,",'/���������'     -  .      ���������������''/"  So, Ogilvies;make Royal Household  Flour the best flour,- in their own protection.  Incidentally that is your strongest protection   it guarantees you the best flour Because the .  brand carries with^t Ogilvie's Reputation.  Ogilvies simply ask a trial���������know- '* *  ing", that it will make a permanent "^  friend for7 Royal Household Flour.  ^.^^7*s<'-*-i-'-'-: -i-^Ti -t^n:.^-.;. ������> *^*&&*$  ''   jMLJXDY LU.MI1KU CO.'S LOfi'HOO.MS.'OiV Til IMiH VALLIOV MICE.  Lockport and Pel-kin's" machines .arc  being used, and the corn puny hope to  demonstrate that shingles of'the , very  highest grade "can bo turned out on  this class of machine. > This addition to tlie"*8awmiir will utilize"*a  lot of timber that cannot be'usedyn  the sawmill',' but in 'which,'there -is 'a  great deal of clear lumber suitable for  making first-class shingles.  Mouldings of all kinds will be turn-*"  edout"by the planing mill. ��������� The  shingles and lumber .will all'be air  dried, but a small steam; kiln will be,  put in" for handling mouldings. There  is a well equipped bl.u-ksiiiith shop in  the   mill.      Altogether   the    Mundy  Lumber Company bids 'fair to fulfil  whatMt has sturtcil out to do, namely  to supply the-trade with rough and  dressed white' pine and re>d cedar'for  every purpose.,    ' '   , .. '-���������  , ���������_��������� "'��������� frj" "���������VoKNEKAi.'^vr","" ~y  "The Mundy LumberyCompriny ys  alicndy, directly and indirectly^one of  the largest employers "of labor'in the  district. At the mill there are 'over  75 men on the payroll, and an "equal  force is at work in the logging camps.  The' company's'-store and 'ofl'ice  building is 100*20 ft. The store ,is  subdivided i, into grocery, .dry-goods  and meat departments, in all of which  large stocks aie carried.     The store is  SPLASHING DAM, EAGLE RIV1311 LUMBER CO.'S LIMITS.  \ YY*,  *4  SPLASHING LOGS, EAGLE RIVER LUMBER CO.'S LIMITS.  FELLING TREES, EAGLE RIVER LUMBER CO 'S LI MI l'S.  K. L.  KINjMAN'S LOGGING   CAMP,   EAGLE   RIVER   LUMBER  CO S  ,      . '      LIMITS.,  E  L   KINM.\N*S   STEAM   LOGGER,   WO UK ING   ON    E/VGLE   RIVER  LUMBER CO.'S LIMITS.  in charge of Sir. .limit's Lime, who is  alsothepostnursU-r.it Tlneu Valley.  On the upper lloor of the Inrildrng ;ue  the company's olliccs unel the. living  rooms of the niiinag'T nnd his stall'.  The ofhec.*. are well fiir.iish. el and  equipped for woik. A large boarding  house has bei-n built, covering a  ground space of Tux-K) ft. It is  prettil-, situated on the lake shore,  anil is quite pretty nrchitectur.illy.  Stores are delivered right at the door  by the company'.- tug The main  dining loom is l.G.\3S ft., while a  smaller one two-feet narrower allows  Of the -largest   crew  finding  accom-  rnodiition. There is a verandah all  round the; building. A laundry has  bei'ii built on a small inland in the  lake, so that the best sanitary conditions can be obtained.  The company own a tug which is  kept hard at work. It has been  named '.Commodore MeRae," after  the popular postmaster of Revelstoke,  anel is in charge of Captain Patch.  The company's e.perntions ;irc under  the active management of jMr.Munily,  president of the company, who is one  of the most up-to date lumbermen in  this .country.  The Mundy Lumber Company haa  i big Hold of operation beforo il, with  lii-Et-clus.s i-oRervea of, timber of an  ovteiit which will supply the'raw  malei-iiil for hnmy yearn to coino. It  bus till tho advantages of iintitiiil eou-  tliliotmiiild tiiiii^peii'liitioii that a mill  could bociiio, unel, with its up-t'iyliiU'  plant mill pi'.ii'tioiil- tiiimiigi'iiifiil, iho  iviinpany is ele'.sl incel tu luki' a pionii-  iie-iii pliicis in (lii* gri'irt' iiieliisii-inl  enloi'pri.-en of the West. Wo winli the  compiiny all hihmthh in its hjii'ititiotih  &/>e Food*  THat   Builds  Maybe    you    think    of  ["Mooney's Sodas only as a,  toothsome   tidbit.     Don't  ,overlook their food values t 'jj  Mooney's  Perfection  Cream   Sodas  'arc made of finest Canadian wheat' flour, pure,but'  ter and rich cream. There's  nothing else - of equal size  and cost that , contains < so  much-wholescrmc nourishment. ",.  rAn ideal food.  All     grocers    have    tliemi���������fresh  and crisp in    air-tight     packages.  Owing to llie' large, incieaso 'in  1 our Bakery liiisirics.s we have bepii  ejhligeel to eln nwiiy will) all olel-  time ini'tliocls and insial new  iiiiiehiiici'y of Ihe latest typo,  which places us in a position' to  cope with any like concern in the '  piovinco   Call and Inspect Our Goods. r  A Swell Assortment to Choose  From. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  HOBSON  &  BELL  im������������kiibs  PERFECTION:  *g! 1 HDONCYBISCUIThCANOICO.  ������5> '  STKATrOID CANADA. *  A Judicious Inquiry. ,  A well known, traveling iiinil who  visits,Ihe driig(,ti'ridc wys he has often  liunrd druggists ini|iiiie of custonioi.s  who -"iiskeel for a* cough incdieine,  whether it was minted for a child fir  for an ad tilt, "and if for a child they  al most in variably i ccom mended Chum-  herlain's Cough Remedy. Tire reason  for this is that they know there is ro  danger Troiii it and - that it always  cures. There is not the least dangei  in eiving it, and for coughs, colds anil  croup it 'ia unsurpassed. Eor siile by  all druggists.  '    -about the new arrivals in the ��������� ,,  Morris Chair  Section. Such solidity combined with  so much style' has never*-before this  season been incorporated in the design  of these comfortable chairs. They  'follow somewhat the lines of  Arts and Crafts  Furniture, unet|iialled,for present dav  popularity and the lini*b is the \eiy  iinest.'   Tho   pinicipul style--   come,in  Golden Quartered Oak  of beautiful selected grain.  Weathered Oak  in Ancweip and Flemish Finishes,  and   pi iced according to  upholste'iing  At $22.50 to $35.00.  ^J-"'" \ i(.roi(i v.rr i  AI'I'I.IUATKlNS.KOIt TLMIiKK MCKNSKS,  si':i"ri':.Miii'it,riii, iwii.  mAK'l' Nll'I'ICK llinttlilily iliiyi ufli-r elille;  I wu Inli'iiil lei appl-. lo Uiu linn, (Jhle-f Coin-  inlhiliiiii'i'iil l.uii.N aiul Wiirkn, fm* a Mii'clul  IIcciimi! In rat anil e'lern- away llinlicr on lliu  followIiik ilesi rllii'il lanilK on Ai'iuw Ijik-cn :���������  , Niiinlii'i-Oiie.  I'oiniiH'iirliiK in, a pent niiirki'il." Y. I',. I,. (Jo.,  iinrtli-urhl, eeii'iii'i' |iiJil," em tliej'niirlli slelu ui  Kiislliiill l'i nil;, lii'low the' foi'lcri. itiiel Jeiit ens!  ofnin'cial lle-rnii' All.'7. I'UiiiiIiik lliune-e; e'ii*t lUJ  uluiliiH, llieiiie-ei Minlli III e'lmnin, llii-aro evol llie)  e-liiiltiH, llii'iiio iiuilll HI i'IiiiIiis In pejlnt eif e'Oiil'  ini'iii'i'iiii'iil.  Iliile-il He.pti'inlie'i' 711). l'M)ri.  - YAU'l'OI.U.MHIA I.UiMHRIl CO.. I.lel,  , i      Number 'I'wij.'  ('ijiiiiiiuiicIiiK at a pent unitke-el " Y. ('. Ij. (Jo.,  ."iiiiIIi riifl i'iiiiii'I- pejKi,"'iiliout ulKlit inllc-t up  l''(iflliall (Jii'uli-, nn Allow Ijikcn, anil riinnliiK'  ilintli'\M'ril eif Iki'iHi'/WI, I'liiinliit,' llii'Jii-o we'tl  .siiijIiiiIih, lliiineji) urn Hi Ml VIiiiIih, lliuiu'O cast  hll ohaliiH, llii'iii'u honlli Ml (ilialn* to point ol,  I'liiiilituiie ejiiti'ill. Jr     ,  Dal nl AiiuiisI. 'J.SII1, llkl/i  YAU'fl'OI.UMIIIA I.U.MUKIl CO., Del.  'i   ��������� iNiiiuljeT Tluci'.      1  1 Ail lolniiiK application No. 'I on I lie; vast, on  lliu nijilli,rMik uf Koitliull (Jiejeik jiitl. noith of  Mlnall In audi roiulllK b< fium wu*l. Klelej of  e'lceile. ('einiiiii'iicliiK al. 11 |ieint. miirleeil "Y.C.I..  Co., houlb-wi'ht coiiiur poit," ninnliig tlieneje  noilli 8(1 chains, tliunuo ciiht, HO chains, limine  houtli 8U ejluiliiH, llicnco west, SO cliaiiifi-lo poinl  nf coinincnci'inonl.       -'-    "  Hal eil Aiik'ihi, liTLh, I'M.  YAI.KUOI.UMHIA. LUMIIKK CO., I.tel.  ~"���������**    1 N'ltinlie'r l.'oiir.  CniiirnenuiiiK at a |)0*l. inurkuel "Y. IS. Ij. Co.,  niiiilli-eiisl. Loi'iid' poit," on the south branch of  KoiUiull ('lui'k; itbuiil sown tnllejs from Arrow  IjiI.c, ninnliig thence uot, 80 chain*., tlicnce  norLli SO chaniH, Lheiici: cast SO chums, thence  .south 80 elialiiH 10 point of commencement.  ���������"   Dllll'll AUKItsl. Mill, uxn.  YAMfuOLUMlllA   LUMBKH'CO., I.tel.  c Number Kivu.'  ^'Comnie'iiciiiK at a poM n'.arked "Y. C. I* Co .  norlli east cornur iioit," nboiit six miles fiom  Arrow Jjike, on south branch of Koitluil  Ctuck, about ono-liiill" mile above Llic fork  l-ltllllitiK tlicnce sonLh 80 chains', thence ������c-t  chains, thence not th 80 cliiiins, thence cast  chains to point of coiniiionceineiiL.  I Jul oil Aniiiihl 28th, lftO">.  ,    YAlJ-rCOLUMHlA LUMHKIt.CO.,  Lid.  Number Six.' , .  Coniniciicliif; at a post tnurkcel " Y.'C. Si. Co.,  houlli-wci-t corner poil," lying nortb-east of  applieation No. ,1, .mil south o.iht of special  timber license ;Vi7!l, riiiinini; tlicnce north SO  chains, tlicnce cast SI) chains, thence south 8>XJ  chains, thence u est SO chains to point" of com 0  me'ticcmcnt. This land liesJint north of spcciul  Iiiuiiso .jII-J". 1 ���������  1  Oalcil AUKiisf.2SLIi. HKH.  YALI-rcOliUMHIA LUMBKH CO., I.tel  ' <       Nu'mlicr Seven.     ,  Comnicncing at a post marked " Y. C. L. Co.  south west uot ner post," on the north branch of  l''iistha!l Creek about 1111111 miles fiom Anou  Luke, I'linniiiK tlicnce noith Ml chaniH, thence  cast SO chains, (hence soulhSO chains, thence  west 80 chains to point of conimeiicenienU  Uiiteil AiiBiistifliUi. MM.  "    YALK-COLUMBIA LUMUKR CO., I.tel  a    '       Number''Eight.  Coiiimcncing ut a post nmrkeil " X. C. L. Co.,  south-west corner post," on norlli branch of  '���������'o'llinll Creek,' about 8i' miles* from Arrow  Lake, on the west side of llic slrcum, ruum'iig,  north SO chains, thence ea.it: chains, thence  south SOeliains, thence west SO chains to point'  of.Lonimenccincnl.   ,,,,., '���������  Duteel Seritem her .Hh, 1U0.J.  '   ' ' YALK-COLUMHIA LU'MBRIt CO., Ltd.  1!)2 ' ,  M  WAH CHUNG'S  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  Crockery of all Kinds.  ���������Pinin .-l 11 cl Fimcy.  Best   makes of Japanese   and  China  Ware.  Splendid supply of Fresh  Vegetables from S. D.  Crovvlc's ranch.  Three Fashionable  Diamond Die Colors  For Renewing  Faded and Discolored Suits  and Fall and.Winter  Overcoats For Men  and Boys.  Dijinifini! Dyes Kjtst iilnck foi Weml,  Diamond Dye KiihtNiivy Mine fur Wool  niimionel Dyer Fust Sun I I'niwii for  Woeil, nro nhvays fu.sliioiuililc tiiitiiiiin  eiolejr.s for yej'ir hiisliiind's mill son'n  uoril.s, ve.sis, lionseirs, ittiel full nnd  iv in tor uvciconla.  Coittn, vesta,-troiisei.s nnd uvorconla  tlmt uiu faded unel elingy enn he iiinde  lo look 11a good hh new ivljctr yon iisu  llicceli'lji-iited Diamonij Dyi:s in the  coloi'R nliovo iiit'iitioticel. Mittiy fjintilica  "iivei hcent'H of elolliirs each yom* liy  iisinK DIAiMOjN'I)  1)1 KS.  Do not, allow nny eleuler to sell yon  wt'itk, ci tide jintl (linifreruiiH elye.s with  fjiney nnnioa. Sttejli [inckngo elye's me  sinirea unel eleliihions, mid nro .seilel  only for tliu benefit of I ho merchant  who hiinillus thorn, hh they pity huge  piotits. Wise nnd priiilent weuneri  alwiiyr, insist iinuii gutting the DIAMOND DVKS, hold nt LO cents, Niiite  price ns the worthless dyoh. Jf your  dealer ciiniiciL Riipply yon, .send money  iind btatc colors wanted, and Wells &  Ricliatd.son Co., Limited, Moiitreiil,  I'.ti., will send you the dyes by mail.  It sheuld be heme ia mini tkst  every ce������ld weakem the loags, tow-  en the vhsaity asd fimfut* tfee  ���������yiten for the more aenaaa ���������������������-  eaces, amonj wkidft nre the tw������  greatest destnjm of bstwoi Uf������,  paeiunoBim ������mel uuiuHjJ-fisa.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  hx������ won Its great popularity by ha  prompt curaa of this mmt common  ailment. It aUa'ezpectontiaa, relieve* the hug* and opens tho  secretions, effeeinf a speedy and  permanent cam. It  any tendency toward ;  U'lICK In JIMtKUY til . KX Unit, thirty  eliiyK afioreleiuj, I Inu-nel ro apply to the  I'lilufCuiiiiiiiKsloner of Ijiiii!^ (uni U'eerkK for 11  nfe:e*lal IIcuiiac to cut 111.1I eaerry nuny tlinlxir  from .Section 19. Tounshlp S. un'Suctii L'renli,  HiK Hfiiel, Wot Ivoote'iiny illntrlct.  I111le.1l Hilt "i'.Ili elay or AiiKUhl, I'm.'-..  IS. 'I'. KUWAKIJd, Uje-jet'ir.  (MOTICK IS HKitKliY GIVKN Iluit tliiily  1A etujn iifu-r elttle* I InU'iid 10 niilily lo llic  Chief CuiiiinliMiloiier of Uniilh nnil \vorlh foru  ipejciul HcceiMj to cm unel onn-y nuny llniKr,  from Section :nj, Town-hip 2. 011 Soeln Creel.  Hlif Ilenil, We*t Koolcnny Dihlrlcu  IJJitnl Hi n ailli elay of AiiKiinl. I'Ai,  .     ('. .���������kllRAllAMiJUN. '  per N. T, KftWARDS, AkciiI  VfOTlCK 1-, liAniby Bi������oii Unit, 30 eliiys lifter  XI elulo, 1 Intend to eiiipl} 10 tlio Clileif Com-  ims-leinor eif l-muli mill Mortsfor it S|������cliil  liciMi'-ej tee cut unel carr> eiv.ii) llml>ejr from the  fi'llovtlnj; ilo^crilxxl I11111I* in \Yosl KcKitejutiy  District:*  Coiiuiienciug At a posl. rnarkcil "C, Ahralinm-  non's no'rtli east corner po������t," aiiil.iilaiitcel nt  north uesL corner of Section 3ei. towiihliip 2t on  Soeln Orcek, Bits Bene*, llience sorith IfiOchaiiiH.  thence <,ve������l 40 chains, llicnco north 1|������ chaliiH,  tlienee cant lu chaiiih to the iKiint of commencement. - 1    '       ������ ���������>,  Hull el thin i'Hh elay of AiiKeml, HkjA. ,  '  C. AllltAHAMcON,  per N. T. KUWAHDS, AkciiI.  VJOTICE is Imrtihy (flion that, 30 elnys after  i_> tliilu, I intunel to iipply Ui tl e Honorable  the Chief t'oinini.-v'.ieiuur of,Lands anel Works  for 11 -,|>ociiil lici'ii*u to cut anel enrrj t������ay tim.  I������r friini the follow mir ele-criljoel Innelf 'in West  Krxitunn)  District:��������� . ,  CoinmciieliiK, at al po*t inartcel " K. T.  I'ilnuiil'n miiiiIi ������ust loi iter pool," nnd plantcel  half inlli' Mcntfroiiihotilli hi-i corner of xoction  ������i, township '.'. on Soela (.'reel.. W|{Hciiet, thence  north inclining, thence east .Ml uhains, thence  wjiilh tsjLlmiiin, thence ucil Sn cIiuIiih, to tliu  poill!, Of COIIIIIIl'IICCIIlL'llt.        '  . '       '.  Dale il this'.','itli day of AiikiixI. IIW.1.   .  ' N. T. KIlWAKIiS.  MOTICK ieJ linrohy,kIvuii Unit, M days iifler  i.1 iliile.Il iiiloiiel lei apply to the Chief Coin,  iiiissiniiur ol Lands anel Works fur a.special  license W. cut anel ciiny jittiiy limber from lliu  fulli.uiiiK <le*criln)il iniiils fn SYusl Kixituuny  district:��������� r  Coiiinu'iitiiiK al a post marked "C. Abnihain  *on'<.-oulh cant corner pejyt," anil planteel half  mile' Acnt fiom noilli went coi ner of section '.������,  to\Mi*liip 'J, Skxtie Creel, 'lllg ,H������nd, theneo  norlli nil chains, llience west fju chains, ihencu  south Ml chains, llience cilsI ni chains to tlie'  point of coiniiiclicclnenL ' <  C. AHHAHAMSO.V, .  per N.T. KUWAHI'S, AkiiiiI. ,  JVJOTICK IS HKItKHY (IIVKN that thirty .  Lt elnys after elnpj 1 Intcnil to apply to the  llonoiiible tin- Chief Coniiiilrvluncrof UiiiuIh  unel VS'ejrl.s for a te|ie.cial lieeilnc 10 .cut and  cairy a������ny timber fiom lliu followlii������ etc-  Bi'ilbi.'d lands In West Kootenay district:���������  (.'oinincncliiK at a' |<ost 'marked ,'JX. T.  Kdw ird's .-olllh eiust coiner post," and planted  one ami one-half mile \ecstof nectlon .'tu, township .', un Soela Creek, DIk -licnil,- tlicnce north  IU clialns, llience "est KXi chains, ihene-e soulh  IU chaliiK, llience cast W) chains lo the |ioiiit of  coiiinienti'ineiit, ,  .   D.ite'd ttiu 'Alth day uf AtiBiibt, 1905. '*     ,-    ,.  '      ��������� ��������� VN. T. KliWAHDS, Locator.  VfOTICK IS IIKIIKHY GIVKN Unit thirty  J_> eliiy.s after diito I Intend to apply to the  Chief Cuinnils-olemer of Umil" ,imd WorkH for a  .special licennu lo cut and carry away limber  from the followInK elcscribcd lands- in West  Kootenay District:���������     ,   , . ,   ���������*  CoiimienciiiK at a pout marked "IS. Ahruham-  son'ri noiilli west corner, post," and planted half  mile west from ncction 0,' townnhip X on Soda  Creek, liig licnd.* thence,north 1U0 ehaiiis,  thence eiu,t 111 chains, llience south 1(W chains,  thence west 10 chains to the poinl of coin-  iiiL'iiccinent. , '  .   Dated this tilth day of Auku'I.' 19"0.  ,        .     IS. AUKAUA.MSON, ,     ,  ' per N. 1*. KDWAI'.DS, A-fent  VJOTICK IS IIKitKltY.GIVKN-lluit thirty  J_l d.iy.s aftor date I intend lo apply to the ,  Chief Commissioner of lands' and Works for.V  special license to cut and e*.irry away timber  from the IoIIouiiik ilcnLnbed lands in W^sl  Kootenay disirlei:��������� <-,.-.  Coiiiiiiuiiclni; til a post marked " X. ,T.  I-xlisards sotilti ceLst coiner i>0st," and planted  hair mile west from scct.on U, township :i,,011  Sixla Creek, Dig llcnd, llience norlli lDU clialim,  theneo ucnt lu chaiiih, thence south H������ chaiiih,  theucc e.Lst IU chains to the [Kilntof coinmciicc-  ineul.     ej    ,   '. ��������� *   ,  'D.itetl this, 2Clh deiy of August, 19U).'     ,  - ,,. " v'- " ..N.T. KDWAUDS.  VTOTICK IS IIRKKKY GIVKN Unit thirty  JY> del) MufUirdutui intend to, apply to the  i,lncf Commissioner of.Lands and ,\vorks for a  special license to cul and curry,uwny timber  11 oin'llie lolluiwiif desci-ibetl lands in West  Kooleua} district:��������� u   1 .  "'*'  Coiiiinencinn at 11 post marked " NV T.  lvlH.irtfn son Hi c&st comer i>onU" planted one  mile west from .scolion'C, township J, on Soda  Creek, liij; Bend, thence north * IIU. chaiub  Llieiive west 10 chains, llience south I GO chains,  llicnee ea-sllu ch.uiis to the point of commence- -  ment, , ������������������ >  Dated this 2jth day" of August- 1905."  ,,���������,.,"        , '   N.T. KDWAkDS. r  VJOTIGJ-: 18 HKHKinyGIVKN  that thirty r  JLl    dajs after dale I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and'Works for a  special license to cut and carry away timber  from section  17, township I, on Jordoii Kiver.t  IliK Bend, West, Kootenii) districUu  -   Dattel this Mlh day of August, I90o.'     '     '  Jf. T. KDWAKDS. Locator.  VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN   that  thirty  X>    dajs after date 1 intend to apply to "the  Chief Cominianioiier of 1-auds anil Works for a  special license 10 cut aud carry away timber  from section Al, township 1, on Jordon Hirer,   ,  UiK Bend, West ICootcnay distiict.     '  D.iteel tins, -Ailh day of August, 1903.  C, AUKAHAMSUN,  |>er N. T. KDWARDS, Agent  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thirty  d.i)s after date I intend ta apply to the  i^lnef Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a  special license to cut and-"carry away timber  fi0111 section 19, township 1 on Jordan liner,  BiK ilenil. West Kootcn.i) districu,  D.iteel iliis-JGlh da} of August, I'Kl'i.  C. AUK tUA.MbON.  per V T. K0WAHDS. AgcnU  VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that thirty  X.\ elajs after date I inlend to apply to the  Olnef ConiuiLssioner of Linds and Vvorks lor a  special licen*e to cut and carry away timber  fium eeclion 21. township l, on Jorduu Kiter,  Uig Bend, West Kooleua) district.  D.itul this -Jtith dnj of August, 190.3.  _,   N.T. ED WAH OS..  VJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN   Unit thirty  ������y    el.ij s after date I intend to apply to   the  e^nief Commissioner of ijinds and Works for a  *peci.il license to cut and carry away timber  from -clI 1011 'IS, township 4, ,011 Jordon Jtner  'Big Bend, West Koolenaj di-tncl.  D.iteel mis -JOlh da} oLAeigusl, 1905.  C. AUK.All-A.MbON',  "3"    per N.T. EUWAKDS, Agent.  rilHII'TY DAYS after date ne Intend' to'ap-  X ply to the- ComimssioiiLT of L.inds and  \\orks for a special license lo cut and carry  awa} timljer from the followltig'-descnbeel  lands: s t o  Coinniencing at a peist planteiel about 'oiie  liiiiidrcd chains from the shore of Galena Bay  iu Upper Arrow Lake, on Big Creek,, and  marked -Big Bend Lumber Company's North-  ceisl t>orner j'ost," thence west 10 chains, thence  soulh lt)j chains, thence ejust 10 chains, theucc  north 100 chains to point of coiiimenceincnL  " list BIG UKND LU.MKER CO.. LTD'.  cl      '  J*<  The Hevelstoke Navigation' Co'/Ltd  TIME' TABLE  (During se-iison of high witter)  A House   Cleaning   Luncheon  Clark's sliccel smoked Beef���������ri delicious unci substantial dish for nny  meal���������ready to servo. Ask your  dealer. -       -������������������ Y  Prlca 35c, Large Si*������ <fic.  F" ���������"������:  siJ/1? -.own^  BABY'S   OWN  SOAP  prevents    roughness    of   the  skin and chapping.  Best for toilet and nursery use. 03s  .'ALBERT TOIIET SOAP CO., Mfrt. MONTREAL;  Lenve EiOHT-AIrr,n Landing'each  TUKHDAY AM) FKIDAY nt 0 ;i. in  I.L'.ive La 1joktk (.'rich  TUESDAY AND Fill DAY 11L 2 p.ni  SPECIAL TRIPS will hu iimcle be  twi'L'ii tliites of regular sailing whun-  I'vi't- Ijiihiiieb-s offered warrants same.  Tin- Compiiny reserve the right to  change- Lime and days of sailing without, notice.  A. FO Its LAND,  Master.  F. SWANSON,  Purser  Trademarks  and Copyrights  obtained iu all countries.  PATENTS  ' obtained iu all co  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical Attorney and Engineer.  Room 3, Kairfleld.Block, Granville bL, near P.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  postcard  will becurei an evening appoint)  ment for they<e who cannot call during the day  Tho Master Mechanics Pure Tar Soap heals  and boftens the skin, while promptly cleansing  it ot grca.*e, oil, rust, etc. Invaluable for mo  chames, formers, sportsmen. Free sample of  receipt of 'j8c. for postage. 1, Albert ToUet Soap  Ca. manufacturers Montreal.: THE KOOTENAY MAIL  PAINTS  OIL AND WATER  COLORS  THE CANADA DRUC & BOOK CO.  keep'a full-supply of;above  in ali colors.    Also ,  Brushes/Palette Boards,  Mixing Oils, Sketching Blocks  and any other article 'you, may  require for painting.,    ������'  CANADA DRUG &  BOOK CO.  REVBLSTOKIi. I*. C.  MARRIED.  .Lkslii'.-Munn���������At   l'nderhy, 'in   the  ', Presbyterian Church, on' Sept. 2(!tli,  ' by   Rev.    .John    J'crnio,    WHIiiiiri  ' Thomas Leslie, chipf.waitor on s. s.  Aberdeen on Okanagair Luke, to  Mary   -Harriet     JCthuJinda,     third  ' ..daughter of ltodcric Muim, Mrirsh-  field, Prince Edward Island. /  LoGal and General.  ..J. >I. Scott had in his ollice this  week a magnificent block of ore  shipped fronr the Standard mine.  At'a meeting last night' tho   Y.  AI.  C. A. was formally   organised    hut'we  e have to hold over report;   ,  1 There  is  much' excitement in   the  , country between Montana and British  Columbia.over; strikes of oil7  H. N. Coursior has'kindly presented  the school with a block of fossils taken  'from the coal mine'he is representing  T>. ' McLennan,   of    the    Windsor1  Hotel, Trout Lake, got  badly .shaken  up by falling oil' the roof of the  hotel.  D. McCarthy has taken a contract  for building a fo'ur-roomed cottage lor  Jce Bullosh on Fourth Street/and for  I* adding four rooms to Airs.' J. Lyttlo's  residence.    ���������" - '  ,    There is likely to be a' lot  of_. build-  ��������� ing in Revelstoke . at an early date,  inany    people   talking   of.    building  ' either for themselves or to let, as there  is such a " large demand for tenant  houses.'     \������ ���������      i  E. C. Froniey was the lowest tenderer for the concrete retaining wall to  'be built by the C.' P. JR. behind the  new.station,  but the company .have  _ decided to do it by day work >instead  'of letting a contract.  *' .When at the coast IL. N. Coursier.  had the opportunity of hearing the  Irish Guards Band, who appear at,  Revelstoke on Monday. He writes  saying the audience were spell bound  during the performance, and every  item was encored.  Sext, week the Methodist church  will be moved to the new site at corner of Second Street-and Campbell  Avenue. The church has also purchased from C. P. Hume for .*fl,500  the site on Third. Street, opposite F.  McCarty's. The cost of these matters  are estimated at .?2,G50of which $2,070  was subscribed at the meeting at  which they were decided on.  What was supposed to be a case of  attempted suicide occurred last evening when a man named vClark, who is  stated to be a 0. P. li. -watchman at  Field, got into the river off Front St.  and was washed down to the bar  where the dredge is working when he  was rescued. Hia statement 'is lie  was standing on the bank when it  .gave way and he fell in.  Social & Personal.  Miss Al. Aelaiiy left for Winnipeg  Monday.       '        -  Miss S. .1, Stephenson is visiting  friends in ICaniloeips. , ,  A. Fi. I'hipps nnd   .).' (lum  nn   a   shooting   expedition  Valley this week.  Monday saw epiito an exodus from  Revelstoke for the Dominion Exhibition at Westminster.' Among the  visitors wore. Air. and Airs. W. M,  Lawrence, Air' nnd Airs. F. IJ.' Lewis,'  Mr. and Airs. U. Aloscrop.  lie  ter  wen  Fire  Business Locals.  ,1'illes, Shot Guns unel Ammunition  nt I'ounic tiros.      >'  A good Unee I'urner for sale cheap.  Apply to 11. Tapping.   '  For Sale���������A 1001 b'l My ton Ooniput  ing Scale.   'Apply Bourne Urns.  Dressmakersdind iippi-entit-cs want  ed. Apply t'o Miss tiough, second  llnoi\''0. li. Unmeet Co.  llt'.re'H a snap! <Two'papers for the  pi ico of one'.. For frO cents tho ICoorr.-  NAV Mam, anel Family llentlel 'and  Weekly Star will he sent you from now  till Jtiiiuiii-y 1st, I'.KHy Keniil. to Maii,  Ollice.       ,       , '<> , ���������  Airtight henloi-s i-oliiieil nt, moderate  cost.    Lawrence' lliinlwiii-e Co,  A f whole   car' loud   of/all kinds t  StoveJH initl Itiiiigcs just arrived.   Lawrence Hardware Co.  ,'ilocti'ic shades anel lixtinvs. Y "'"lec-  trio wiring done, Lawrence llanlwiii-e  Co. ���������   , ������������������  Largo stock .'of Floor-oils, Carpets  and Linoleunis at How-son's. *    rf  See llowson's Furniture Sterre for  a good' selection of* Carpets and  Squares.  . It will interest-you to look over  llowson's Furniture and Carpets before buying elsewhere.  G. A. Scott has moved his tailoring  business from the shop on AIcKen/.ic  Avenue to more extensive premises  on First Street, which have been  recently fitted up for , that purpose.  The,firm name,will now'be Scott and  Fox.' ' * ' -     ,  Adair MaiiufacturingCo.  Limited.  CAPITAL  STOCK  $755OQO.  11175,000 shares of par value of $1.00.  ���������* /  Manufacturers, Machinists, and General  Traders.  Owners,of the Adair Stump Burning;Device-Patented  ,By Gracious, Permission "of. His,...Majesty,' tha. King,'  T~l      I~        Ll -    "���������  '     '       '"'*-'''  JUL        P I  ������������������.r  30,000 Sharas of the capital.  50c' per share,  stock now   offered  par value.'$1,60.  for-  sale  a  MOUNTAIN  Wood's ffcofljfiiOtMne*  The Great English Remedy.  A. positive) euro for all forms ot  Sexual "Weakness, Mental and  Exrosa aj,-d AiTtR Brain AYony, Emissions. Spermatorrhoea, Impotcncy. Effects of Abase or  Eicesa, all of which lead to Consumption,  Infirmity. Insanity andnn early rthvo. . Price  81 per pkg., eix for S3. One will pleei'-e, -jjc will  care Sold by Ml druggists or mailed in plain  Dackaereon receipt of price. Write for Pamphlet.  The Wood Medicine Co., Windsor. Ontario.  MURDER CASE  Man  Shot on Robson Avenue  and Arrest Made.  ' Lust night a shocking shooting  afVrny happened - in the.city when 11  man named'John Sjoherg was shot in  a house occupied by Charles Johnson  orr Itqhson Avenue. Lt is stated a  quarrel arose between Sjbberg and  Johnson when the' latter iircd a shotgun at him, the- charge entering his  right lung. ' ' Sjoberg, died .shortly  afterwards. Johnson was arrested.  The two men have been in town some  weeks, having come from Alberta.  Johnson had been employed by Aid.  Foote. 7 An inquest is being held as  we go to press. ��������� Johnson had been  drinking and it'is stilted he threatened  tile whole household.  The crime was the result of jealousy  of Johnson of the relations between  his wife and deceased. When he got  the gun to do the shooting he told his  wife to get out of her bed and go in  the middle of the floor when he would  shoot her. She begged him noyto  shoot here, and , when her son came  out of his room'Johnson told him to  stand aside or he would be shot. She  begged Johnson to bring a revolver  he had and as soon as he appeared in  the doorway Johnson fired the fatal  shot. The wife then'rushed from the  houseito escape her husband's fury, as  he had loaded, the gun with two  cartridges, one of which he probably  intended for her and the other for  Sjoberg.  Hold Important Meeting. ,  'A meeting of the Mountain Lumber,  Mtiriiifaotuici-'s Assnoiittion was held  atVlhe Kevolstol'ti Club yesterday sand  todays There was ,a large repi-eson-  tiitiini from all districts, about, 2;V nl  the lending maniifnpturers being present, nnd',, including' ,1.110 following .'.  A. V. Dudgeon and l>\ 15. .Sine eif  I'owiiian Lumber Company, ��������� Itevel-  Mtloke;T."Lu(lgiile, of Hig Henri Lumber' Cn., Arrowhead; M. A very, of  Armwlicail' Lumber Co., Arrowhead;  II. II. Ross, of Iloss Bros * Co., Hlk-  niouih; - A.'K.^Wnlts,'of Klko; .Jas  (icirello'aird J. "ti. 'Billings, 'of Yule  Oolumbia'1,umber Co., Nakusp; J. S.  Wood, of iMtindy 'Lumber Co., Three  Valley; Otis Staples and, 1"."D. Becker,  of Otis Slaplcs.-Liiiiiber Co., Bayard;  M. Carlin and I". \Y. .Jones, of Columbia Jliver "Luniber Co, Golden; P.  Lund, of Crow." Nest Puss Lumber Co!,  Wnrdner;'"John Iluiibury, of .North  Still- Lumber. Co.. Klkinoutli; J. A.  Dcwar, of Porto JRico Lumber Co.,  Yrnir; Jas. Ryan, of Standard Lumber  Co., Baker; VS. IJ.'1 Heaps, Vancouver;  Robinson anel McKcnzie, Crunbrook';  Cl. P. Wells, of \V. C. Wells' Co.,'  Pal User. Y  ���������     ��������� r  Considerable disencsion took place  about'general'eonilitiotih" which have  been unsatisfactory for sorrre time  past on account.'of high price' of  supplies, high wages, short supply of  labor and low-price of lumber..  It wits decided tp appoint a secretary  of the association, who'will devote bis  whole time to the affairs of the ss:  sociiition,.anel .particularly to supervising the grading--of lumber'and  process of manufacture..     "���������'  .  J. (J. Billings, of the Yiile-Coluinbia  Lumber Co.,' was appointed secretary  pro-tern to look after the affairs of the  association until a permanent appointment is made. '' '  Geo. P.-Wells, of Palliser,-is the  man slated'for this position 11s soon  as the.transfer of his business to an  American'.Conipairy is completed.  While there is no increase'in prices  it is understood,the present prices will  be strictly maintained, arid as'a shortage of about fifty million, feet in the  1905 production in the rn6untiiiiia has  developed it is expected prices' will  materially advance in the next GO  days.  LADIES HOSPITAL GUILD.  Discount  Off  Come now and be first.  ed Cross  Drug Company Limited  Election of Officers.  At a meeting of the Ladies Hospital  Guild on Tuesday the following were  elected officers for the ensuing   year :  Hon. President, Mrs. I'hipps'; President, (re-elected) Mrs. B. A. Lawson;  1st Vice-president, Mrs. H. A. Brown:  2nd Vice-president, Mrs. G.-M. Clark:  Tieas-urer, Mrs. W. Elson; Secretary,  Mr*. "J. M. Scott; Treasurer in clnrge  01" collection hoves tor Conwileaoent  Fund, Mr.-. T. If. Dunne.  The treasurer's report showed  receipts $570.10, expenditure %'101A1,  and balance in barrel $877.03.  The secretary's report showed it was  prupos-etl tu devote the ftmtls in hanel  towards building a verandah runnel  the hospital. From tho band concerts ami tens if 151 .(ifi hail been  reali.-ed for this purpose. The annual  ball realised $.110. An eitl'er of the  Mail for a special hospital edition b:iel  not been acteel on.  \'iitf'.-of thiiiiks hiiel Iipi-ii aecordcel  to Mr. anil Mrs. Tupping for their  inany kinilne.-'si'H eluring tlio year anel  tei thejf-e who h.ul ntlmnvwe nssi.-'te'el  the; uejrk of the- Guild.  IRISH GUARDS .BAND.  All those^ attending the concert  Monday,,evening_are earnestly re-  quested'tO comeTearly, as concert will  commence at S J 5 sharp, so as to be on  time'and not interiere with audience  seated. Mr. ffassel! .has kindly  ottered to piny any popular piece for  which there is the rnon popular de-  in and.  The dance at the Drill Hull is ill  commence immediately ;jt the edeno  of the concert, Coy. 5 It. M. Hunger*  being the ho.-ts of the evenii e.  CORRESPONDENCE.  'TIIK LORD'S DAY.^~-  I'.cllleir koOTI'NAY ftl.lll.!'  S11:���������Will you -allow ' me -space in  your valuable 'paper for these few  i|tie'stions for the Lord's Day Alliance  ailvociitcs, us some of these supporters  are raising considerable annoyance to  me and- my''friends" at' my boarding,  house V I feel it'is my duty to' put  ilii'Mi i|iiestions to their, leaders be-  feire the the public.    .  'I���������Is Simdny llio first day of the  week or is it not ?      ��������� ,  .'���������2��������� Is Saturday the beverrth day of  ihe week or is it not'',,-.  .'I���������Which one of the days above  ineiilioned is in the Commandments,  f either?      y, .   ,     -'  , -I���������Where were lire Ten Command'  meiits written and'who wrote them '!  What did', he write them ."with, "and  who ilid ho hand them to?  '5���������Are the _ preachers of today  teaching the law of God as our Saviour  taught it'?  ,' ,,  (j���������-Was our Savious ' born of the  Jewish nice "or not'! If not, what  race'? '���������"'- , r,_ri  ,   7���������-Can n man'add to or take-from  the ' Ten   Commandments orre  word  and teach the same without co'mmit-  ing sirr according to'the Scripture ?'  T 8���������Did our Saviour in Iris* teachings  make any  change 'in the "Ten  Commandments of God o'r  not?.   If so,  what Commandments did lie change ?  ������jj-\Vho'wrote the Book' of 'Revolutions, and   how   did'  he  receive the  words that are written in the Hook,?  -,   10���������-Can   a   man   keep  a day holy  that never was created holy ?  ���������   I-I-���������What 'day .of   the   week  was  created holy ?���������,.'��������� '���������   <  , " 12���������Is there any verse or, chapter in  the Book of -'Revelations that" says  "keep the Commandments," aii'd.what  verse and chapter ? ' '" ' " "���������'.' .  *"13���������Js there liny other' divine  volume on earth except the Bibie ?  If so whatisthe title of it ?A'_  14���������Did our Saviour, when on earth,*  keep the Ten Commandments to the  letter.or did he not ?_   '   ,   "  15���������How did we receive Sundaw as  tbe Sabbath, and is it in the Ten  Commandments?        ' \  , IG���������What tinic does a day begin,  arrd when docs it end according to the  Scripture 'I As all men kriow there is  air end to a. day and therefore there  must be a beginning.  17���������Was there,a Prophet wrote in  the Bible that they would think to  change tire law of God arrd they  wjtilel do it, and it would be given into their hands, and what is to become of the people that changed 'the  law ?   .  18��������� How did man know sin ?  19  speak  WILL GIVE ONE GONCERT  IN RINK, REVELSTOKE  Monday, Oct! 2nd; 8 p. ni.  , ADMIION \ $1.00 ; Children 50c. Tickets and plan at Canada Drug Co.,  Tickets at Bews Drug tore, Red Cross Drug tore,,Brown's and lhytHe's  Cigar Stores.       ���������' ,..,',,  ��������� ' ,;. !     <������������������  iRIEID-CTOIEJD  /R,^_T3US   OUST   BAlLROAD     ,     ",*  MONEY ORDERS���������Letters enclosing cash or money orders io Mayor  Brown will be filed in order of receipt and seats selected.  DOMINION   EXHIBITION  1905���������September 27 to October 7-  i,Uiiel<'i' the auspice's of the Hoval Airi'ie-ulliiml  1905  Clocks! Clocks!  8-Day, Half  ���������1*4.00 only.''  Hour   Strike, ' for/,  Limited' Number.,  J. G-uyJBarber  t -  J T H15  ,",,-'--.,'  ALBERTA EMPLOYMENT AGENCY  Licensed. '    Register e*d.     -.  , CALGARY, ALTA.  G ko. JMcLio.VN,  Manager.  IT  i auspice's of the Hoyal Agi  .and lueliisi.nil Society.  NEW .WESTMINSTER, B.C.  Sliipenelous'juid eompr-clri'irsive array of JDxhibits repiescntiiiir  ���������allC.-i      '  Ihi' resources of i  !.-nritd,'i.  $100,000  IN    PHI/I5S'ANM)'1'  7 ATTRACTIONS   >  $100,000  ESTIC 1115LP, RANCH-HANDS,  TRAMSTl!;RS"& LABORRRS furnish-  ed orr short noliec..      *       ',���������,<"  Oifice: Room 5, Hums Block. '  P.'O.Box&IO, Ualgaty. Alia.,.,  -riiicno       '-'j-  . NOTICE. '   ,   i,  - '  '.'��������� 7.   . \   _������_>,..    ���������������  \    i  /     ;   7 - AN INFOltiMA'L"' ]���������'/ {  SOCIAL & DANCE  .   - ,,' ' e  will be given  at the close of the'concert ; by   the   Irish  Guards   to ".meet  Viscount'deVesci and members'-of the  '!   ���������,. Y ..    'Band.'.   '..", 'Y ���������   ,       e  " TICKETS   $1.00.*-'     . 212  t Knlar-ned Grounels iSTew, Handseinie and Spiiciu'us Buildings.    '.  ,���������. -WORLD'S ce;ampionship ; y .-  In Aeqiniiic'iiiul Lacrosse lilvenls, Morse Ri'tciiiK, Brone-ho ''Brrstini'  Y ' ������ ,-  "   i     Military Parades arrd Exercises.      \,      '   , .  ,    Y  J ROYAL IRISH "OOAIIDS*" AND OTIl'li*R'l'-AMOi;V"BANDS? '  GRAND   WATER   CARNIVAL.   , ,}  Piii.;iile������ of Fi-aserRiver Fishhifj-'Fleet, J'atrol Bouts, II.M. Wjtr.shi'p's  'liidinii W.-ir O.-inoes, etc.  Indiair Sports.  ��������� r ���������      l-'en-  l.TISep't. :i0.  nil iiiforiniitiiin wi-ito to W. JI. KI5AKY, Socroliii-y mill Mii'iHuri'i'/Now*'  Wchtiiiinstoi', J I. (J.      ,' .       ii,.  Which day does the Lord's Day  Alliance leaflet refer to as it speaks of  two days ?  Yours &c,  It. Niciiol.  FATAL ACCIDENT  Railway'    Section     Foreman  Killed.  A frlal accident occurred  WANT'ED  WANTED���������GIRL tiii'Kenci'al beiuse  work.���������Apply - to   Mrs.   .J.   (i.  AJricdonrild, Revelstoke. 21.''  WANTIOD��������� Situation1" as "'genera!  help in' piivtite -family, or" as  waitress or- chambermaid in'Hotel.  Revelstoke.' pie'ferred. Apply" at tbe  Keiotenay Mail Office. ,     ���������    -JfU  WANTED���������A' cook*," nijinorwom.-in,  for Hotel.  Wages $15 a month.  Apply at Kootenav Mail office,    201  WA  at   Howie  f'li-e rn i ii  mi   i*\'ij-ji  l-'iijiiiu'er  ye.-lerdiy ��������� i\liei. ������e'i;t iem  M.i^li Cltrji w.is run o\e-r lly  east engine in e'hiii-^e of  McKinrion. Tbf feiieman w;\y geiing  iileing the. line on hi^cpoeder u*bejn be*,  met the eiiginc anil jumped eitV but  failed to get. clear anel was crushe-el (,,,  death by the engine*.  ADAIR MANUFACTURING CO.  Get Ready to Start Business.  Tire Adair Manufacturing Company  are negotiating with K. McMahon for  the purchase of his blacksmith business with a view to making it the  nucleus of their stump burner anel  airtight heater manufacturing business, machine shops and foundry.  They are in negotiation with lir-jt-  clnsf- machinists for the ejperatiorr of  the industry which, if c;irrieel out em  the plans contemplated, will bean important addition to the ind us trial  features of the city.   '  HIGH SCHOOL  At the invitation e>f (!. f'. Si->semy eif  the high sehei'il there was a l.irgi- attendance Mondiiy to Kitties- the  presentation eif pri/.e*. Our epari- fen-  bids n full report. The prizes aw.tiel-  eel were: C !���������'. Lindmark's prize |e>  (leiitl'ri'y Ifiiggen fur higlie������t m.ii'k.-- in  last fviiinruatii'ii-i, anel Dr. Crop's  priyi'to Mis*. Ji'iin Hyatt fe.r luglie^t  iiverage; at entrance examination-1  If in want of  Hay, Vegetables  write for "prices to  E. L Griffiths  Malaicwa,  K.  C.  MISS GARVIN,  TKACirKF?   DP  PIANO TORT 10  . 10 ng, i go me rib* accepteel for At-  irorneM ,tc. Theory Lessons a  specially. .Studio at Mm. Mews,  Si'ceind Htrec-t,  Tu  MOVED!  TIIK   UNION JIOTIOL   AND  KKSTAI.'KANT.  .Mir-.  K. 10. .MoKitthk l<.  Ha runted.*;, Theatre Parlies and  Private Huppfr.- a spe-e-ijilty.  TELEGRAPHERS  NEEDED  How to Cure Corns and Bunions  I-'irst, soak the corn eir bunion in  warm water tei sofren it.; f.lie-n p;i,re it  down jis clusely as po������sible" witlirmt  elrawing blood unel apply f'hanib������r-  lain's I'liin Halm twice tliuly, rubbing  vigorously for (ive minutes nt. each np-  plication. A corn plaster shemlel be  worn a few tlays to protect it from tlie  shoe. As a general liniment fur sprains  bruines, lameness ft nil rheumatism  Cain Halm is unequalcd. For sale by  all druggists.  A House   Cleaning   Luncheon  Clark's slicetl smoked Ileef���������a ele-  liciotirt and substantial dish for any  nrcnl���������ready to serve. Ask your  dealer,  ".utiii'illy, to fill III.- ni-w r^,*llion- rri.ilid l,y  KulvMt; ni'I T'-l������ <r.iph t'eiiiip.ini^H. Wr want  /OUNG   MEN  .iiiel  LADIES  'it xr,ril   l���������il,i>,, \i,  LEARN TELEGRAPHY  &  R. R. ACCOUNTING  VV'r rnnmh 7.< per ei;nt. riT Ihi- fj[,fr.-iloi-M ,iw|  rflnllei-i AKPijI-e la itnii'rleA. Our i(<c n \m<,\^ ,iru  lh< Ur^c-M i'{e-lii.HiviiTi!li.^r.i|ilirf(,liu',lH I.V'I'UK  VVOIfI,II. .IvrinlilNhrel 'ill yniM iiiiil ciulrirHe'il  li/.ill l("idiei������ Knllwny O/IIel.ik.  V/ej pxi'jntc ii Sfr/i Itourl tf> i'vitv-Hliiflfiit lo  fnnn-h iiirii or Iiit ii poilllon fuiyfnj{ riemi $|ei  Ir, W) a inniith ill Slilfe;* r-iist. of tin- ICncky  ".loiieiteilii-, or friini 37.*i to iliiei h nionlh In  .Slute-4 we'll of Iho Itertkie-", IMVIKlifATI-'I.Y  IJi'ON filtADUATIOV.  Stiiele'iitscnnunlcr iitiiny linn:. N������ veif hIIoih.  I-'iir full iiiirtiuiiIarere!Kiii-illiij{iiiiy of riiii-M'hmili  write; diri'il lo our I'ti'outivi'olllfo ill. (tliii'in  nnli, O.   (;iilalo������ii'i free.  The Morse School of Telegraphy  .VNTED-TO    LET, ' LOGCHNQ  CONTRACTS   on   the   Arrow  Lakes.    Foi   particulars apply to^ the-  uneleisigned :���������      , .  THE  YALE-COLUMBIA- LUMBER  CO.,' NAKUSP.   -  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  The only safe effectual monthly  medicine on which women OBn  depend. Sold in two degrees of  strength���������No. 1, for ordinary  coses, 71 per box; No'* 3, 10 de-  grees stronger for Special  ases, $8 per Box. 'Sold by all  druggists. Ask for Cook's Cotton Root Compound; take no  suhsHtute.  ,  The Cook Medicine Co..      Windsor, Ontario.  Seasonable Advice.  It may be a piece of superfluous advice to urge people" at this season of  the year to lay in a supply of Cbani-  lici Iain's Cough Heinctly. It is almost  sure to be needed before winter is over  anel much more prompt and satisfae-  toiy results are obtained when taken  as soem as a cold is contracted anel  before it has become settled in the  system, which can only be done by  keeping the remedy at hanel. This  remedy is so wieloly known anel so al-  teigetber gejeiel that no one should hesitate; about buying it in prcfcrciicu to  any other, I-) is for sale by all druggist''  Hevelstoke  Bestaurant  Mrs. II. J. lla.ebury-Managress.'  First-Class Table. ' '   ,  ,  \ ' Private Dining Boxes  o      LnrKO DininKrooin for   '  -   ltiine|iiut.s, Suppor.s, olc.    "...     (  Furnished'Rooms-To Let.,  FIRST STREET,  REVE.STOKE  . .;.;���������   YODO FUJIy y  . -   i a   - ��������� b.-ih r-eopetred a  REST^R&NT  '- on MclCeir/.ie Avenue.  Open Day and Night.' First-Class Service  -  - JoTtc   * '  M.ecahnics, Farmers, Sportsmen  To henl. and-soften the skin and remove grease, oil and rust stains, paint  and earth, etc , use  tbe  "Master*. Ale-'  'Chanic's'Tar Soap.; Albert Toilet Soap  Co., manufacturers*.    >,'    '   ��������� 'VY,.  NEW BARBER SHOP  J. O. Morgan will open his  jrew Bar-ber Shop, '      -    '  FIRST* STREET  Orr Monday,' i\Jay 1st. Old Customers  and new. c.irr deperrd on receiving the  aejst attention. -   - ^,  Richard R. Copeland  JOBIBTNG CARPENTER  "    *  AND CABINETMAKER    '-V  EUROPEAN AGENCYy;  Irieleirts promptly,.executed at lowest  cash prices for all kinds of British nnd  Continental goods, including;��������� - - ���������',/ ���������  Boots, Shoes iind Leather. ' r'--.'c.:.*'  cbeMtiieaIs'tindjbriiggistj*' Sundries.,,, '  'Chirm, EiVrtlieiMvare aiid" G'lasswarel'^  Drapery, Millinery and,Piece Goods, ���������:���������  Fancy Goods, Pcrfiiinerv iiiici'StaLioi,-  Q,7'~     ., -t, .' "'  Ilar-dwijj-e'jind Machinery,  Photographic and Optical Goods,'  Provisions and Oilmeir's Stores, "  etc., etc.  Commission 2V per cent to 5 per cent  Trade Discounts allowed. -  ,"  Original Invoices supplied.  Special Quotations orr Demand.  ���������   Sample cases from ������10 upwards  Consignments of Produce Sold  ori  Account.  J'!*  WILLIAM WILSON & SONS,  (Established 18M)     ���������'  25. Abclmrch Lane, London, *E'. C.^  Cable Address: "An.vuamik, London."  Some  Mantles, Shelving, Storm  Doors,  Jobbing Promptly Attended To  Third Street Kast,  PI2lc  Revelstoke  WANTED  A man lo open and manage an  agency for us at e>r near Kevclsteiko.  K.\perie'iie-e: in this line is not neceb-  sai-y, prefereneie being given to oire  who is willing lej work and earn fur  hiinse-lf a gemel income.  , Wu wor lei like tei bein- from some  wIkj have' eli'iu: agency work.  CANADA   TAILOItliVC CO.  iMnele-Tej-Measure Clothing,  I7l)sep:t0 J TORONTO  Win. Fleming",  Wliole'siili; and Kutiul  Meat Merehant.   .  Halcyon Hot Spring'Jr  r Sanitarium.  Under tin;.new management of  Marry   McIntosii,   HoIVinmi   House  'Rohslaiul.  Fish   and   Game,   in    Season  First St., Revelstoke.  Willi--  Cluing's  Cincinnati, Ohio,  Atl.-intn, On.  Teixnrkann, Tox.  131 21 Nov.  De.rr.iio, n.y.  Ui Crosso, Wis.  8nn Francisco, Cal.  Take Hold���������Get a Good Grip  and Pull.  Tho whole earth is your field���������it's  full of business but you must know-  how to "pull" for it. There's but one  way for an advertiser���������a direct talk  on paper. WISE business firms put  more money in the preparation of  their arlvertising copy and lens in  experience and they're doing the  btisinosB today. Advertise in the  Kootenay Mail.  newly imported stock of Chinese  and Japanese goods  'The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke of  useful and ornamental  articles:  Te'ii HurviciiH  I'liiU-s  lliukul*  ('mid Cli.ilrs  IliuiilleiirchiorH  Flower Pots  Umbrella Standee  Lii noli Jliuekcts  Smoking JackotH  Silk aoexlH.  THE MEDICAL WATERS of ITal-  cyon are the mosL curative inthe  world. A perfect, natural remedy for  ivll Nervous and Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach, ailments  and Metallic- Poisoning. A sure cure  for "That Tired Feeling." Special  rates on all bonis and trains.. Two  mails airive and depart every' day.  TeU'gra h communication with all'  marts ol' the world.  Tiorms-$12 to $18 per week.   For  tuither particular's apply to  harry Mcintosh  Ha ley on Hot Springs  Arrotv Lake. B, C.  Jas. L Woodrow,  BUTGHER  Retail Dealer In^^^gas^,.  BEEP,   PORK;  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and-Game in Season.  All order., promptly tilled.  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  Corner   Dougla  anelKiiiif'streots  GOLD FISH  KlncHt slock of candies and fruits in town.   Front Street, Revelstoke ]  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paia  F.   B. ��������� WELLS������  Exporter of Furs.  THE GITY EXPRESS  . E-_W._:B..Paget, Prop. ..  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc., to any part of the City.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  TELEPHONE NO. 7.   ,  '.'.\1


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