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 <9  / /-  y  _A_.isr_D  RAILWAY  NA  J-/.  Vol    XVII; NO-   17  REVELSTOKE B. C. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER __, 1903  $2 00 a  Year in Advance  Department  Store  Something* pietty good, and stylish ? .>  SamHhing like the pictures yo:i see?  Something* li Ice the dressy men in cities wear?  "26TH  Is the kind you want. A 20th Century Overcoat is  better than " pretty good.'' Is " like the pictures" like  what you see worn by men whom everybody recognizes  as good dressers? Main* of them arc wearing** 20th  Century Overcoats. Best cloths, best tailoring, best  trimmings and perfect fit. Big, roomy coats, with  swagger effects.*  Prices from ������1-3.00 to $30.00  C. B.  J_i_  ?-    H  Teas and  We arc recognized headquarters for Standard Teas &  Coffees.  Ben Hur Tea is a fine wild tea, a splendid drawer, suits  most tastes. Wc have it put up in Special 5II). Lead Packets.    Just now wc arc giving a Special Pricc.  One of These 5 Ib. Packages for 81.75.  Ram Lai's Pure India Ceylon Tea.      This Tea we have  been selling so long here, it is  not necessary for us to say a  word about it just now.     We are offering a 5 lb package for  2.25- ' ������������������������������������ ,  A Five Pound Package for S2.25  Coffee���������-Our Special Blend O. O. Coffee is our leader,  always arriving, perfectly ground wliile you wait. Without  doubt this coffee is the best value in the market.  :We Sei! This Blend at 40c. Per Lb.  sazs  __MW_ri_������-____--v_n'- ,_���������_���������_____  area, sis  Wc have   about   ioo Ladies'   Skirts.     We  are clearing thcm   at   Bargain   Prices.    There,  arc all kinds.     Sure to bc one (or  you  at   Half  Price.     Thcy range in price  from   1.50104.00.  ''���������'  Drop in and  look them ovcr.  G B. HUME & CO,, LTD  Department  Store.  Millinery and Dressmaking  Departments   Second   Ftcor  WMW__���������i���������nrwiuiii   ,, ������������������ 'f-r*- i**-   1 iimmii mjijiii iin.uuim i-ramaaaaaammmmm  Jim Hill's Forces compelled by  C P R Men to Withdraw-  Almost a Pitched Battle says  an Eyewitness  Miijvtay, 13. 0.. Oct. Ul.���������A railway  wav for acee_- to the Shnilkaiiiecn  V.illey lias begun in earnest, near here.  The clmi-tci-s of tilt. CoIuinl)i:i fc Wct-t-  ern and tlio V. V. & E. Itailvvay Companies provide nn interestine; conflict  of title. Tlie companies really represented ,'iic the Canadian Pacific! nnd  Gi-e.it Northern.  An encounter between theiival forces too'*, place la.L Fiid.-iy aftornnon.  The C. P. I_ was repi-cscnlctl Iiy Cliief  -Kngineci- K. A. l!ainbiid|*e of Vancouver, Contractor XV. P. Tierney and  fit'fy men of the grading ������'inji: the  Gioal Northern hy Contractor F'i.-aier  and twenty-live men. The Canadian  company won, and remains in possession of the ground.  Tlie greatest reticence is maintained  by the local C. P. R. officials and contractor in regard lo the company's  purpose, and the extent of the woik  contemplated.  A. C. Pliilps describes the incident  as follows:���������  "Well, as a malter nf fact, there is  something decidedly novel. Thoic  was something like a pitched 1) ittle. on'  Meyernon's ranch yesteiday afternoon  between the C. P. R. and G. N. R.  contingents. The C P. R. won by  superior numbers and superior generalship.  '* ft seems to be a conflict of title to  a right-of-way west of Midway.  " It arises this way :���������Ths Columbia & "Western charter carries the  i ighl to build a considerable distance  beyond _ lid way. The line was started  live years ago, bnt many of the stakes  have been removed-and lost. It*, "has  beefflaLely-C-e'slaked hy K. A". Baiu-  bridcre, and, I understand, AV7. T.  Tieiney. ot Nelson, who has Liie contract, was instructed to hc-gin grading  from Midway to Jackson's ranch  about two miles-to the west.  '* Con li actor Fi. her. acting for the  V. V. fc E., began grading fiom Ruck  Cieek eastward towaid Midway.   ,  "Well, as they were working on  practically die same, line, a meeting  was inevitable, lt came on Friday  afternoon at one o'eloc-k wlien the two  forces enlc-red the same field at the  same lime.  "The scene of conflict w.is Meycr-  holf's ranch, a very valuable tract of  land, through which-both lines run.  '���������What followed i-i hard to de-ciibe,  I lieve was decided diltV-rence of opinion. Mr. FKhcr advanced with his  force of helween twenty and twenlv-  five men with lhe avowed intention of  driving the C.P.R. men olY the ground.  "He ini-i iiiul-liy-J-iif.-5ii-ir-K.-.\������-I3,-iin--  liridge, Contractor Tieruey and fifty  men.  '���������Theie was no casual! ies. The Great  Northern men yielded to supi'i-inr  numbers. They didn't succeed in  interiupting the work.  "Mr. l-'isher argued hard, but Mr.  Bainbridge and Mr. 'I'ierney were  equally determined, and they had llieir  way. The C. P. 1'.., gang continued  grading and the Great Northern forces  withdrew."'  Several carloads of rails and other  material have reached here for the C.  P. R. The intention is to rush construction west of Midway, and make  the Great Northern Ii tble. for maintaining the crossing _ ;,  Mr. Bainbridge was sent direct from  Vancouver to take charge.  Mica in Canada  Eugene Haanel, superintendent of  the mines branch of the department of  the interior, has sent to Hon. Frank  Oliver, the first of a sei ies of publications" un the economic 'mineral- of Canada. The report deals with mica.  Canadian mica mining, the expert  says, has now reached such proportions as to entitle it a prominent posi.  tion in the mineral industries of lhe  dominion.  Tiiere. are at present employed in  tho mica industry 550 person., but  nearly all t.he. mines and mica-cutting  establishments are only employing  about half the usual numliei-of persons owing to tiie temporary slackness  of the demand, probably due to last  year's over production. The wages  paid last year amounted to $120,000.  The best deposits so far discovered are  tliose of Saguenny district, situated  below Quebec.  Fatal Wreck en C P.R.  Al five o'clock on Tuesday morning  ,-i -*etious ar.id"lit orcum-d near Din-  orwic station on Ihe Canadian J.u-ilir  Railway, en-,1 of Wat Portage. A col-  li.-ion took place between a fast ficight  and a special train loaded with westbound immigrant.. Two woiyen,  whose identity has not jet. been e .l,ib-  li-.li.(I, were killed outright, and live  otheis were moie or lesi seriously  injured, among these heing C. P. R.  agent Charlebois of Ottawa. Fire  seized oa the coache. and in spile of  everv clTort llneu weie consumed.  E  Work on the Beatrice.  One bundled and fifty-nine feet in  IR days is the lecoul that the cou-  tiactors who aie driving lhe crosscut  in the Beatiice mine have made to  dale. Tliis is exceptionally good work  and about 1'J feet remains lo be driven  before the main lead is encountered.  It is expected that this will be accomplished by November ">lh. The contractors commenced llieir work at a  point !!00 feeL from lhc niouth of tin  tunnel, that distance having been  diiven previously, and aL a distance of  ���������IH) feet from the tuiiiiel's inouth a  five-foot lead was tapped, being one of  the small leads lhat traverse the  property.  An aerial train 3,500 feet long has  been erected for the pui pose of conveying timher lo the mine; it being  ahove tiiuber lino. The tram is buill  in two sections, the terminus of the  first section���������wliich section is l,fi'M i't.  in length���������is at the mine cabin- and  the other section extends 2.000 fi el  further down the bill into heavy  limber. Tho tram, consisting *of a  single cable on wliich- a earlier is  hauled by aid of a horse, will piove a  most economical method of liansport-  ing timber and supplies to the .nine,  as it obviates the necessity ot traversing a steep and  tortuous  tVail   which  O I y  taxed both time and patience. The  mine is to he equipped throughout  wilh new tiack. fivo tons of 121b. rails  having lieen taken up for that  purpose.���������Camborne Miner.  Lived 8 Days on a Wolf Robe  Duvsos*, Yukon Ter., Oct. 31.���������  XV. 11. C. Jackson, George French and  James T_ indale, arrived at Selkirk on  Thanksgiving day with lcinnanls of a  wolf robe, thegiealer portion of which  they had cooked and eaten to sustain  life for eight days. They had a,  thrilling experience coming down  -lacMillau and 1'elly livers. Amid  the heavily running ice they swamped  tlieir boat and lost, what provisions  ihey had the fiist day out. For eight  days, p.uLly by rail a nil partly eliinb  ing hills ovei land, they made their  way to Selkirk in time for n thanksgiving dinner, w hich, afier a diet of  wolf robe, was duly appreciated.  ���������-To-EnforcE-Eight_Hour_Law__  YIC-.JIMA, (Jet. .'il.���������The government has determined lo thoroughly  test public opinion upon lhe eight  hour law by vigorously cariying oul.  the provi .oils of the main statute and  the various amending acts. Six informations have accordingly been laid  at Cumberland by the mines' inspector, whicli will come up for magisterial  hearing   there   next Thursday.  Woman Turned Into a Man  PollTr.A.vn, Oct- 31���������The shock of a.  runaway accident has changed a  woman IS? years old inlo a man.  Since the remarkable discovery wa.s  made several weeks ago the outlines  of her body liave lost some of their  effeminate lines, and her voice has  become har.h and guttural, and- a  heavy beard is growing. This woman  who has turned to lie a man has lived  in Oregon and Portland all her life,  and is unmarried. Outside of a rather  mannish figuro. there were no evidences of masculinity. About six weeks  ago she was injured in a runaway and  upon examination it was found that  she had suddenly developed lho physi-  (v\\ attributes of a man. An operation  performed by a prominent Portland  surgeon made the change com-plete.  L 0 L Church Service  All members of L. O. ].. No. 1058  are re-pie:-ted to meet at the. lodge  room on Sunday evening next, at 7  o'clock, to parade to St. Andrew's  chtii'uh to attend divinu service.  l!y ordcu- of the XV, M,  XVe. have still aiiiunberof odd pieces  of Dishes which we will sell at half  price���������Canada Drug Store.  Satisfactory Agreement Made  Between Men and C P R Co  Dating; from October ist���������  Men Wgll Pleased  The negotiations of tlie carmen* of  the Canadian Pacific Railway with Ihe  company have been brought Lo a successful conclusion, and substantial increases in wages were granted dating  from October 1st of ihi;. year.  The request for an aH-iound increase  in tlie rale, of piy was piesented to  the ollicials of the lailway by tlie 1 ep-  icsentative.s of the C.-irnien's l.'ni.n ou  August 22nd last. Since that lime the  matter has lieen under constant consideration, anil meeting* helween the  two parlies wen- held almost daily,  part of the woik being done iu .Mon  lival and part in "Winnipeg. 'I'he men  representing the carmen in the negotiations were Ij. L. Hannah, general  chairman of the joint pioteclive lioaid  of tho Canadian Paciiic Railway system: 3. J. llilli-i and Andrew Dair of  Winnipeg; Geoige Nicholson of Calgary, and an executive eominitlce in  M out 1 cal.  Many schedules and -<els of regul.i  tions were submitted and di.vju-.ed  during the period of c-ousideiation,  and were for one cause 01 another  rejected. A final schedule of wages  and set of regiih.l ions was at !a-l  agreed upon, and *,vas signed by all  the representatives of both parties.  Rylhis agreement, signed, the union  gains in E.i.lotn Canada a flat rale for  all employees. Under this arrangement every man wo: king undfcr anv  given classification icciive lhe highest  wages paid lo such employees, Thi-*  is lie.lie.ved by the carmen to tie a  most decided gain and v, ill inci ease  the wages paid to employees hy many  thousand dollars.  In the West, a sliding scale of wages  isadopled in most, of the departments,  a clause iu the agreement piovi.ling.  however, lh.it the wages of Ihe men  should tie increased each half-year until tho maximum wage is paid.  Siihstanti.il in .-.eases are ,-ils<  granted from thu Isl of October, oni  employee's wages being raised $11 per  month. This is exceptional, however,  although .scores of employees are receiving advances of $.. per month.  There aie in all four thousand men  iu lhe brotherhood. Th. union erii-  br..ces in ils membership all the car  builders, car lepaiieis, car inspectois.  pipoiilteis, tinsmith--*, steamfilters.  upholstereis, piintei-, car washers,  car cleaneis and many other classes oi  employee-, who aie identified with llu  building, lepaiiing or cleaning of rail  way coaches. The men are pleased  wilh the outcome of the negotialioi.s.  the .settlement having been ai rived at  without, fiie tion.���������Province.  ���������luduction-and-Dedication.   A meeting of Kamloopj Pii'shyli-ry  will be held in Hovel .lo.e on Wednesday evening next. Nov. Sth aL 8 o'clock  for the purpose of inducting Hov, .1.  |{. Iiiihcrl-.ui of Giand Fork* into liN  new charge as pastor of Knox Chuich.  The meeting will Lake place in the  new chuich, the (Inishing lunches to  which ant being inadu this wee!;.  Thu following clergymen will participate in the. ceremony:  Rev. C. W.."Whyte. of Peachland,  Moderator of Presbytery,,-y\ ill preside  and induct.  Rev. J. 1:1. Miller, of ' Field, will  pi each.  Rev. J. G. Duncan, of ^Salmon Arm,  will addiess the minister.  Rev. AV. A. Wylie, of Kamloops,  will address the congregation.  Dedication services will also be held  nl this meeting.  In speaking of Rev. Mr. Robertson's  removal to Revelstoke lhe Grand  Forks Gazette of lust week says: ���������  "The paslorof Knox Church will cany  with liim to Revelstoke ihe earnest  wishes for prosperity ami success of  all his people. Wliile in Grand Forks  he has not only faithfully ministered  to lhe needs of his congregation, Imt  has taken aX^iu-m and active interest  in everything which conduced to the  advancement along tin; best lines of  the public and -social life of the city,  and wliile Knix Church, Revelstoke,  is ac-piiring an active and earnest  pastor, the. city of ltevelstoke will also  have another good citizen."  The tiew chu.eli will be opened on  Sunday, Nov. 12lh, special services  are being arranged-for the occasion.  Ladies Work naskets, also a lot of  nice waste paper baskeV, just opened  at the Canada Drug Store,  Chinese Mead Tax.  MURDERED BY  A GHiNAMAf-  The Vancouver New -.Adw--1 i-er 11 -1  puils a lu-w piobicui in 11 -.pert to Ihe [  Cliim-M- bead lax. l! -ay-in it-Sun-'  dny'-i N-He: "Appli--.ition i- being,  m :ile for 11   lefuii'lof  the Chilli".--pull j  in . in tin- case-, of the live  biigiu'Boy   Killed   at   Sintaluta  Sup  voung  ('bines-' bovs who w e:e d:ow 11-;  ed here la-t spring.    Tiie hoy ..uiivid j  from   Hongkong   to   vpeiut  a yi'.-u-01 |  two   in    Vancouver   college, wliich   is  .-illili,iled with McGill imivei-*ily. at'ier  which    1 hev   were   lo   go together to  Toronto nidi-.-il v o: Mc-Gili.    Bv the | 1"-"*1'*   "'.it   Stanley  Ro-*-, the twehv-  f the Chinese immigialion \ yar-old son of Cha.les RosS was 11,111-  posedly   by   a Chinaman who  also   Attempts   to  Take   His  Own Life.  KiNTAi.r.w,   Oct.  '.HI. ���������It is believed  provisions ot  act. afier one year's study in ,1 Canadian educational ii.stitution. the relatives, or guardiairsoi Chiiu se students  in the Dominion may iccover the  am ami   of   the   head   tax p lid w hen  ih ied b\- ,1 Chinaman on Saturday  evening. Voung Hoss left home to go  to a laimdiy. Ife was irone only a few  minutes when he rushed back bleeding  profusely from a large hole in lhc lwick  enjering Canada. Tiie bovs had onlv ���������(,f ���������"* hl':iJ- ''-l>l������;l'<'������-ly ������"������!��������������������������� ���������>>" ������"-'  he.n le.sidents ol'Cauad,-, lor 5 mom lis. . ,'!l,iu i'^tniiiic-nl. lie died without  wh-Mi all wen- drowned in Hun.u.l , si,p',!iinS- Tlu' ������i'"'i"''1' was dis-  inh I. The gi-aidi.ui- have now m ale , covc'*L'(1 "ilh llis ll"������"1 cuL f"" eiU'  .il������pli������;������iti������n f.ii- .-1 i(.-r������n.l ������.f I lu- poll.-.tx 1 .,c.,....tlai;; ,,nl il ^ lhouB,,t 1,e wil1  hut there is no piovision in ihe act  under which Llii- i-,ui be done in ibe  vtotti of deceased Chinese and pt oh iblv 56,OC0     Gold    Brick  it.   will   devolve   upon   t he cabinet to        ,       ,, .   . ,        ,     ,      , _,.,.,_.  .,  ,    .,   ., ._    ., A gold luu-k  valued   al SO,000, the  decide, the m.im.. "    , . , , '  lestiU of   ..lil.iy-    work at Lhe Oyster  mine and mill was seemed by the  .clean-up at Ihe stampmill today. Resides this amount tliere is consider-  ,-ibly over ;}l;t til in concentrates. The  brick will be U'Aen to Nelson by Mr.  C<u braise, manager of the. company,  fiom w hence il vvill b. shipped to tho  U. S. mint at Helena, Mont.���������Cum-  b.une Miner.  f  __T_  ML  B  The   Hospital   Ball  under   the   auspices   of  Auxiliary on Nov. 2.Srd.  ments have nover been so  -vill   he   I.eld  the     1.11 dies'  The ariange-  >:npl".e io  I'li-uitiiii enjovahie social function.  e.*__>S3S_i*__������__S  _i__-7__ CT9i'.<iM_jr.r-'_-r.i.---_-j ���������_.-___<  A miliioti   Monies   and    Business   Blocks   will   be  erected in tlte "Last Great West'* in less than Five Years.  <_77.e jfidair Manufacturing Company  V/iH Compete for a Portion   of this   Business  fi To establish Manufacturing Plants they are seeking  Capital and are putting on the market  30.000 Shares. 50c per Share  SOUND,   SAFE   INVESTMENT  Save Your Money and purchase a small Block of  this Stock and look for BIG RHTLT.N'S in a few  few years.  A small beginning���������Big I.nding Financially.  ADDRESS   ALL   COMMUNICATIONS   TO  ������7ie Adair Manufacturing Company  Revelstoke, g.'C.  J.  KERNAGHAN,  Pres.  A. JOHNSON, Si:c.  <9<_M  S !   STOVES !! 3  sa>_-  X\re liavo Heating Stove- for either coal or wood  or to burn belli ai from $3 to S50.  I'or Cook Stoves, *' McCIary's Kootenav Range for  Coal or Wood is the favorite in the West both tor  economy in fuel, moderate cost and general construction. Wc keep these in llirec-izes, also a variety of  other Stoves, Ranges and Heaters which may. be  seen in onr Hardware Store.  In cooking utensils we handle the best lines made in  Canada.  Try a Package ol   IMP    SOOT    DESTROYER  to clean vour chimnevs.  -3  3  e*-  BROS.  ������5>���������  Mackenzie  Avenue  Hsadquarters for Stoves, Groceries, Etc.     ^  ������_>-. PWi  ��������� ������������������������������iiiit������������ti������������ii������30������ai������iit������s>������aces6o������ti<tc������xtt������9>>  A GREAT N  _������____1_SR_  ������  - ���������  A i^re'it  name  in l-niMne ->U won  on tlu* Mrengih  ot many year> ot  upright and h,-it-  o-t ilv.ding - .'i  Ifn-.u I ,;i  '.tie result  sauzxnz  ^s  I-  ���������/}MW  A llio  bi--.t man-rial;am I  .kill in labor, i!i-  rei-u-d by that  superior knowledge which belongs lo wide experience ami i'a-  miliariy vvith the  tugtiest 'uieals in  the art of piano  manufacture.  Jr Sl  *it*  \ ''���������  \Uji'mP&  '%&Mi   **S:.*A   r.p        Vi/Ll**-  a-_-.3__a^yW_.__aJ__  riu*si' ;uv Uu*  s__a n-.-i.oiis whv llu*  NorUlu'ii.K-r Pi-  ;imt -\mhiiuukU  lln- liii^lu'si al-  loniion anil p*i-  lroii:tjj.v. Tlu'ir  I'Vi-iy noU* is  |nnv;im! inu-*ical  Thcy art* uiami-  l;u:inivi! r.n" critical and lit^h  c.:i>>-. ir.uU*, their  Vi'iy appreciation tlfinaiuls at.  ll'M-l M>llll' musical knowledge.  \\\* would he  j^hul to .-.how  yon lliis arlislic  piano and mako  yon acquainted  3Z3^____E_2E2n3 wilh Us pleasing  6 possi_.-litii._s.  <:yj:!!rj:i.-      XX,;A  "���������HAiA:    '<���������>'.>!  ��������� .--:,.-������.j.-.-w.T:-..f.  <:.. "'���������������������������h'WWtf'&W  JaJaJ������/0 jd  1 '���������"'v'S* A A A v5jy irf  ������i  3  -*-w_Tg-B-_ry������_t-_-a_ol-VJ-Aac*-  Revelstoke  Bnsuranoe  LIMITED  ���������     LOANS REAL HSTATE  :��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� o o'������ o e s e a o s e e ��������� a s a s ��������� s <  gersey  INSURANCE  *o***********o  Revelstoke Herald and  Railway Men's Journal.  .tibli-heil    every  Tliursila.y.     Sul������ii'ri]>tion   S2  p,_-r year.   Advertising rates on applieiiliun.  Cliaiit-.es of a'lveitisc-iiient.s must he  in ljefor  noon on \Veiln_-(luy to insure insertion.  Job Printinc' in .ill its bram-hu- promptly mul  neaily executed-  Thuksday,  Nov.  1003  New Public Schools Act  A circular has been issued from lhe  provincial education ollice respecting  the operation of the Puhlic Schools  Act in rural districts of the province.  The circular reads, in part, as follows :  ��������� To,, meet.lhe greatly increased.cost  of maintenance of public schools during the past few* years, some change  has been made in the financial administration of the education department  " as set forth in the "Public Schools  Act. 3005," and this circular is issued  for the information'; of'; voters and  guidance of -trustee-, with a view* of  explaining -fully* the working of those  sections of the new act which deal  more particularly with the management of the school till'airs in rural sections of the province.  In tlie'di-tricts which have "assisted  schools" the only change made is, that  the people will now provide directly  for. the incidental expenses of the  school, in the case of assisted schools  uo rates will be levied, the expenses  being met by the voluntary contribution of parents and others in teres ted,  in the same maimer as lhe building .  and furnishings are now provided.  The whole of the salary of teachers in  assisted schools will be voted by the-  ~1epsi������l-iiTr^nricl^|wiid-.--=.*-^=h(i!.-eU'������_!__i  from the provincial treasury. The  manner of conducting the luisin-'ss <-,f  assisted schools remains liiieliati-ieil  under lhe new act.  In the ii-gul.irly nrganiz-d rural  school di-tri'-ts the people ar-- !1"W  called upon to provide the running  ox p. list-.- cf thi- -choiils and a small  proportion of the teachers' .-al.iib-. .  Jn this case the regular amount of;  -alary paid by the guv_i.iiii.iit vvill he ;  810 per month, and lliis ..nm will lie  supplemented by a grant of yi Inv[  every dollar by wliich the original  amount is increased by the district.  Por example, say the average salary  in such district is S--J per month: in  order to maintain this basis lhe government contributes *. If) plus .$."), or  half of tho $10 increase, and tiie district need raise only So per month for  salary. The government will make,  such supplementary grant up lo any  sum not exceeding 8ITO por year in  each district  lion 07, wliich provides the right of  appeal from assessment.  .Attention is also called to section  OS. dealing with the duties of trustees  of assisted schools, and to sections -19,  50 and SI, providing for thu raising of  funds.  Trustees in rural districts should  procure copies of the new School,.Ael  and devote several hours everyday  during lhe whiter to a study of its  provisions.  Quebec Intolerance.  To liiu Kililov of llio lii'vi'i,. rour. II uit-i.e:  Sll:,��������� For some months past we  have heard a great deal About intolerance and bigotry from lho' press of  the country which supported the Autonomy Coercion Bill. Wo have  lieard much of tho beautiful and toler  ant spirit of thc Province of" Quebec  and because of .this I have followed  with interest the experience of the.  Salvation Army in the district of St.  Louis an annex of the city of Montreal. The following extracts from  eastern papers concerning tlie trouble  and its afteriiialh will show wliat. vve  must look for whenever the influence  of Humanism becomes .dominant in  Canada:  The outrage to which; the members  of Hie Salvation Army were submitted  at St. Louis de .file End. a suburb of  iNIonlreal, recently, has been accentuated hy the decision of Judge Sicotte  when the disturber was brought before him upon the complaint of the  Salvation Aimy authorities. ' The evidence given went to prove that the  Army was holding ils meeting within i  its own premises in a peaceful and  orderly manner. That outside a mob  of French Roman Catholics gathered  ami adopted every mean? in llieir  power to   disturb the- me.ting.    Tli.y  leader., call 1 he pri'ileatanl. of Ontario  bigots, and who for months past have  been lit .isling of the tolerance of the  French-Canadians. .Ve might (ind  some excuse for the action cd' the mob  in their ignorance, but what can be  said for Ihe priest who commended  such a course, or for the judge who  condoned it b.v his decision;-' If Pro-  te.sl.anls iu the 1'i-ovince of Quebec  have not llu-rigiit lo assemble peacefully and hold religious services���������if the  law vvill not ptolecl. theni in lhe exercise of this elementary right of citizenship -how shall vve eliaraeleri'/.e Unpeople of that i'i'ovincei- What shall  we say of Iheir leaders, tlieir priests  and Iheir judges:1.  The Huntington Cleaner, which  represents l'rotcstaiil ^enlimciit iu the  .'���������'astern Townships, after quoting the.  deei  .tin of Judge Sieol le adds:  Dislurbers of meetings are, of necessity dissenters, for if they were not  dissenters from the purpose of the  meeting they would not disturb it. lt  follows, according to this dictum of  Judge Sicotte's, that they are nol to  be punished. Suppo.se a parallel case  on the olher side. During the Lenten  season services are held in Montreal  in one or two chin-lies I'or the conversion of Fnglish-speaking Protestants.  Suppose, while one of these meetings  was going* on, aman imitated the conduct of Pierre (latilhier, and, vvith a  cigar in his band, pushed lus way to  the front, and, ascending the pulpit,  shouted he was an Englishman and a  Protestant and tliis was no place for  Protestants to lie, and he would ask  till Protestants to stand up and follow  him (Hit���������allowing the priests to continue peacefully their services. Supposing a Protestant acted in such an  outrageous manner, was arrested and  brought before..Judge Sicotte for disturbing a religious meeting, would he  acquit him because he was a dissenter  and the audience was composed of  dissenters? Would Judge Sicotte not  condemn the man for breaking up a  religious meeting, and the severest  sentence ho could pass would heap-  proved by Protestants. The evidence  vvas conclusive lhat Gatilhier broke up  tlie Salvation Anny meeting. His  triumphant acquittal strengthens the  disagreeable impression that the administration of justice'has heen in 1.1 u-  ericed by exterior -consideration.  It seeiiis impossible of belief that  such has occurred in a country over  which llotits 'the' Union Jack but it  serves lo open our oyes to the full  significance of current history in Canada. By giving space in your valuable  paper for the above you will greatly  obiige.  Yours truly,  Ons'i-iivi-in.  $8.70 PER SH.31E TON  nedttetion   made   I'or large quantities.  Delivered lo any part, of lb.1 city.  Orders left at Ihe l.awi-i-m-e Man!wan-  Store, or at Smythe'. Tobacco  Store, promptly attended to.  ALSO  Wood  AY 1.1.1. .SI.AKONI.I)  $4.00 per Two-Kick Cord.  G-  HUTCHISON,   FitlST ST.  !ankh@������ic3 fea  % Egg i 23 D3_.v3ft.e-        ti  % 3S.Q9 fj  t ova  Hut  <-  dm  8.50  Orders    left    at     P.,  Burns    &    Company's  Office will receive most  prompt attention.  F. RflcCarty.  Agent. ������  <������<4V't2Vttfftfa'>0;������V^^3'<3,^'-������r^-*'-tf3  IS   TIIE   COUNTY- UOrilT .0.   ���������KOOTEXAY  HOLli*;*-   .vT  I'.EYK.I.STOKE.  To A. II. Ki;nd.u.:.,  T-ke notice th-i n pinint hns bi-cn entered  mui a ^uinmoi-.s i������-ue-_ -s-inirt you inthe  above County Court hy tin: cnrporaiion <',[ the  City 01 '*iiv_t-tC'fce il-r tht: m:i_ of i-usufi-tr  wnterntnl __-*��������� iur_v.-ht-'I I'virif-ni l'i you at  your r<. _i:e._: i-.lid nn on'.*-r ti������.- i't-en inn*tt: tliat  thi: pui.ii-noou ,,! . - notire n! Hi.; vntry of  sai-lt |il���������ii!t in tire Sevelsinlic liei-M .i.tlf b.  -een'.eil To b<: c .oil fil-ft . I: tli'-i.-t; t. s-:rv.t . :;l the  ?utr;-U;ns iq:-U >���������-';. Y-.u ttrti rt.*\:i\r,;,ltii t..a-  :������* Ui*!"."': -**-o-.e wl'.hiu tlir-.-e iV fi-,-s i.-oi-  t*!>e*i**th O'-lfi'.r*r. '-'.'A; ������t Ilie K������i-l:������:'s ofliei:  at K,-'vet_uke; a-A if you tl . uvr er.;..-r such  D_irmc No:-.-, juci,::)enf miy ix- si^ti.-.I at;ninsi  you rt:iti tlie t--ii;_t*._ :n^y* ; r*. >.-_ to execution.  1 PELLEW=HARVI������Y, ' |  I BYAMT St. GILMAN  S Mining* Engineers  ������ and Assayers,  SvVANC0XJVKR, D.'C.       Ustnlilisliecl 1890  ASSAY KCR.CF ALL DESCmrTiCKS  UH C.r.TAEN.  Test" made tip toi.nooilis. -.-  -v A spt-ciultv made of elic-ckiiig Smelter  Pulps.  Samples from the Interior iiy mail or  express promptly intended lo.  vjorre-ponttenec soliidted.:       ���������  VANCOUVER, B. C.  S������S������SX^S<_<iXi������XiXiXi*SS^  oe������54ee<js3i*.-3ccc������������t.eeccftO  ��������� FAMCY GAKE  s km coNFEcnoHSftY  ���������  o  * Iiu'..,  *  9 TilV on:  ��������� Wilt.ll.KSOMH  ��������� Whsts ane. Brown Sreari  2      Scones ans. B������ns  1������    ������.-VV^-'V'--j. .^A. .-VW'^^  0   1 _> <  V.'U  upply  WiUit   til"   :ihi,\i-   Me   Hill  uu  witli iiuytliiu^ in tliis  l).>.ni--s ;ui,t  Pi-iv::!--   t'iltiil-:   (':r.ir,'.l 'l*o.  full .-.oil: uf  K\r,ll,iit r.uiili..' .  :!  ; v  !!  ;l  <  ������*  ���������ei  Youe oheoit is ������o  _i.  Carpet..  il o-K-'"-^'  ���������J h  \  Li nol ou ins  Oilcloths  'W  1 .     E   HT1  i*_j   ki     ii  Am  0 s  Ae.Al    Til A  FTP  ���������cviiio-  Machines  11 ci itt*.: 111 c't n Pianos  " 1?   *y      **  I A. E.   B^r^r-dSSOlM,  ������ M.u'l.fK/.if .Avftnii'.  Jit  R. KOVtfS&H 5: CG.,.t-'L'M_St..lL C[_-.EtTGRS; EOALMERS  HOBSON  Si  BELL  \s^Sf J tt<\  yys \  4*i )      *-n  r-~���������c__^j*gjgt*ir^-T:.-i-:.-<K'i-,r_;7>>^3_a^^ ��������� -i  18  1.  ..  irour Orecilt. Is Good  ���������>*  AT  Till.  iSr&?J  \^  it:.*$*&  {t$\j ~Svy*lj''>'ifp  ������l  _^2_3������  '���������ZpI  C.M.i'.iri'S MKOI.Kl'MS OU'.Cl'.OTI-IS  AND    ANVTIflNG   l.'*.T   TiiK   KUUNITUhMD   VilNK.  BAKERS ARD C0I.FEGTI0NE������S  Frosli anil CoiiiikuIu l.ino f.f Cirocerict".  ifll  C1OPI11 Wp"P  Da;-. 1 thi. -iijih  _,.!������,.:������_......������������������> 1.  of 'A-.ielr.r, V'-S.  .*.'.I.ALVIIUN,  I-������:un;y Ki*L-i<,tr������  ilE   C'H*N-Y    r.O'.'1'.T   OF I.  lOIESAT  iiOI.I-KK   AT   ���������'.'-VK.'.S'iOKi:.  ,.     , . , , [ mid a ^uiuti-  s.-ilni-ttilii iiiium^ tlio con- j ,.,,,,,���������,. t  B-I.ASfif.!:.  _3Q_ie^-tl.t__.U_I.-l . i.U.t_litit t,t:j.  ll-ll::i"fytt!TT[T  j. '..ror^'.-. -: i;>  f)f j uHirel-.-int. i-.-r ;;..- ������������������iro of  -17.. 0. b,-ln  'i'i'  . <I'i   nnd   t*'-i i v������.T. 'i  'I'lv*  l.rr.l���������f 11  I Jl-: Ji  Itu d.iv o: iii-tol.. r. 1-  ��������� u ior Hi-.- pri.:--d   i;i  jy   hlni to yr.u nt. vour ;<:���������  l''Iny ol .Irttiiotry tiri'i Ir,*j  I; iiirl mu orij-r (in.- i.-'.-i]  ii;i:u.i aiKt a  i.i-.-.i-ii'iiiii.    wliiirh   huil   the  t-ff-.-cr.  .iliiu-t . 1.1-inylitii; m.-iiiy of tliti-o pvo.--  .-nt.     Xtit L-unti-'iit   with   this feirtn <'i|'  ,,.,..,,1,1,.,, ii���������.y sro,���������.,i up- bnii.iiiiKj:^;:;;;-!,.;/^,;!;;^';;'';;;;:1^.,..^,-. iiJJi  .un!   tin-  Army   tsfllrft.. Mini whilo <-n- ��������� -liu:i tn- o.-vuk-'I  pii.--.ool  ������������.! huiih-i. m >  UU.-i-il     ill     I lii:~i-    plMctii-t-s    t!l-   ilnliiu-  iii.uli-iki uM'-itijit.   w h.-iti'vor Lo |>i.ii.i'--t  20th   Geititwry  usiness  .VICTORIA.,. B.  C.  SHORTHAND  TYPE WRITING  TELEGRAPHING  BOOKKEEPING  PENMANSHIP  A thf-rn'.>'������'Ii bn^int-si-. training.   Arrange-  in-.'iiL*. fur liuaviiUi'j CanaU'ian I'lipiLs.  \\   NORTON   PSIHTZ, Principal  ltevel*l'.ko Corre^pondiiur fSei-relary  C   S.  DENT  At    oni:-.    fur   -'CANADA'S  C-iKEATKS'i:    T-iUHSliUIK.S "  fur tho town of j{. vc'li. okc: tuul  surroitnilinp;    country,   which  vvill 1������>  reserved   for I Ik- riicht  ii:iui.    S'J'Al-lT SOW   at   t.liu  lii-st -tilling .sonson, ,-tticl hnndlc  our ^:I_\V SriSC-Al-l'lISS nn  I.ilioral.Tornis.   AVritu for |iitr-  .. ticnlnis, iuuT '-sencl 25c. for our  11,-uul-omo Aliiu'iimViii Pockut  -   Micros-op. ��������� A    Littlo   Guin���������  nsul'til to l_irmcr. in oxttinininj*;  sootl-.-uul gruiii;'OrclianlisU in  ox.-iiiiining   trot's   for  insects;  -Giu'clmers ill iw.-tuiiiiin^; pl.-ints  ...-"Tur  insocts; Trachors itScliol-  ���������;;- :n--   in   studying  Bot.-tny aiul  ..'���������'Everyhotly  in  tt hundred tlif-   :���������  furo'iit Wiiy.s.  Stone...-ih Wei-i-.gtos..  ���������;.':-'.*.FONTl-.nXL KUK-l"_l.rES,.-    ;  (Over 60. Ac-res)  TORONTO. -      ^ONTARIO  $ John E_ Wood  -  im PEOPLE'S  3       FURNITURE HOUSE  l-KVELSTOKl-,  11.  C.  _������_____  ^i_3__sr_nx_r<-  r_-_3-_s_ss_a__:  _^n._-_>_  O.i j_T_l.' 1 i������4_i..|,j������...j-r������������.>������-Y !���������-������--������-  .THE REVELSTOKE WENE & -SPIRIT CO.  l-IJII'l'liD*.    ������ '*' "-.. ���������  Iinport direct from Country of origin.    .  WHOLESALE    DEALERS     ONLY.  .BEVELSTOKE,    13.C  GET   YOUR    EYES   'EXAMINED'-FREE''  A l.'i!*j;'c variety.  of CVIassi's always  kept in slock 'here  .Try a pair on  ���������we guarantee' a  perleeL lit.    .  :^m'  fpmjS'i0ilp te?gf*|������������.  . If yoit require,  .-tiiv-lliinir in Jewelry '-.  il is'liore foi* yoii.   ���������-'  A completestoek ;  of- the'*'���������: right : eliiss  of tfdod-i. J'';  Ji���������-C3UY-. BARBER'.  Jeweller, Optician  The.'Brilisli Columbia  Employment .'Agency'..:":  In eoimeel.iou With Ayimcie- al  VANCOUVI-K", SF.ATTLK  . 'CA.CA1-V, "WINNIPEG.  AND   EASTI-I.N   CITIES  All kiiiil.s of Iiulp -iji])iicit on slu.i-lesl notit-o..  oiesaie  Ll  m  Fish.'a^'cS-Game in Season-  '[j'JJ,.y:  First Street,v :-?; Be������elstoke>;:B. G..*  LUMBERMEN'S   HELP  A   SPECiALTY  Ap]iiiir;iti<ui.s'vi-on-.iilly   ultciiiieit    to.     Otlicu  Qtieiiii's Uutul -Din.-.   1\ t). l-ttix 2IS.  Fi. H. RGQg^S  MANAGER  l!i.-vi-lslnl;i-, it. 0.  ���������I:llll-M  .tin- ni'-iiih'-r-* lit" lh,-Aimy in llu? rn-  j.>yn, 1 ��������� 111. 1,1" their rights :is citi/i-iiH  11-. i-inhli-il fur ii-lit-'iiiiis vviii-ship.  Xut only in, Iml.  ,-i in.in n.iiiied Cifiu-  Itliii-r  i-ntHi-iMl   tin-    li.tll.   .niiiking   11  i-ivgnv. aud harn uliicli the ernvvil. many  ' uf vvhuiii were   It-muni   Ciithf'li'js, uiff-  ��������� iiii,'   t.ht-in  to   leave,   nnd   thii-n.teniiif,'  i them if they did not.      lit.- went, wi fur  I us to l:il;e hold df some of l,ho.se whoni  he knew lo   lie   Hoinan  ('.-ilholie-s, nnd  iitlenijiied   In   driij;   them   fi-om   llu;  hnilditiK.      Tliroii^hriiit   .ill    l.hi.s   dis-  liirhaiice   no   ell'iirl,   vvns ina.de lij- Lhe  police to   |irtiti!f:fc   Ihe   ineiiihei-.s of the  Army who were  so wa.nt.only a.sstiiled  and (listiirlicrl in I heir religions service.  Xut   only   did    the meinhers of   the  Army fail lo   receive from lhe Kii'irdi-  aiis of  the   law the  siinple measure of  "f  , .,'iir-."!   li,   '-anr  n   111 '\-i  ; mt;>rs������- fr.a.i tin- .^.tli  ��������������� ���������--1  I Ntrnr'.- -���������llii-,- nt I:,::.--i.t,!  n yen. V1.11 tit-:.- r...-  1; J,A.,.- a iitiiri tliri-'-  .i.t. 1. '���������'���������. ,il -li- Ke it-  : nml if vm -l.> ti--i  Ml.-l.  -o ������������������in...  i-i������li'-'l  l-t-l-ll  to  Dit'.inl tlii'-J'i'.ii .111 y.-jf ni-  lii-piilo N.i. ,-. j-i'l- lit.-rit  eeiy \,  you   aiel tl,.,- ;.!iilmifr Iiuiy J.ru-  i |'ii -nieol ion    IhaL   Ihey   had 11.  right to  School houses vvill al--.o } ,.Xi���������.,-|. hnt.   when they prosecuted the  1)e erected hy the govei-iiineiiL in ru.-al  school districts which may hereafter  be organized. The ]ieo|ile of the districts themselves will determine t.he  salary to he paid to lhe teachers and  tlie suni tii' aims reiiuired for lhe conduct of the schools. The manner in  ���������which such funds are lo he raised is  set forth in lliis circular.  Attention is called to section 21 of  the new act, which provides for .speeinl  aid to districts in which il i.s needed:  to section fid, where exempt ion is made  for tliose who should not. he made  liable for the school nite; and to sec-  lender of the inoh-lhe. man wiio entered their hall, and endeii voreil hy  persuasion and iiy force to hrt-ik up  1 heir meeting-- the law was interpreted  hy 11 I'reiioh-t'anadian judge for the  prol.eitt.ion of I.he culprit.. Although  the proof was elearand ample thai, lhe  man had ileliherately dislurhed the  gal hering. anil had done, his best, l.o  disperse the meeting, .I udge Sicolt.c  decided lhat he vvas "just an ordinary  dissenter, and he had a. right lo ask  his co-religionists to follow' hiin from  the church, antl not listen lo the  teachings from lhe altar."  This i:-: the beautiful spirit of toleration vvhieh prevails among the people  of   the   I .(ivince   of   Quebec,    whose  r, i:..-,,  W. K. M.I.A-f-llUN,  1-"-.tim- ft'"���������-Wtrnr  XOTICK.  Nntl.e i������ lu-ruliy civen iln-t tliirty 'lnv.< afrei-  ilalo f intmi'I lo iiejity toi-'"; ' iii-'f ...osrii.i--  slotier of I.������uirl������ anit VV ork* !������y a -i.'ii-iul ln-i.-ii^'-  io i-nt unit i-nrry iiwuy thnlj'.-r Irom tin' fo!io;v-  i re.' ilfS'-rilict Ihri'ts i-ittiiile l-.i VVl'>i Kootenay  iliitrict:  I. Coinini'iii-intr nc a poit plantcl at.I. M'--  I.oo'l's .--oiitll west fonif-r. thntiro Ji*:.rtli >:n  oliiiiiei, tlii.-iti-o east. .w'i rluiins, ilii;ii'.-n 5011th Si  chain*, iti'Miot: vvii.st . 0 chaiiis to ].oiiu of com  mcnciimoiit.  ���������2. Comiminfittiir at ������ po*l, j.I-i.t.1 _'l nt .1. T.  Fimnor's smith wcsl. ronoL-r, IIkiik:'.! east rn  uiiiuns. thcii'io south SU cliuins. tleini-c ivo-t so  cluiiiis, tlience north fttl chains to point, of corn-  moticcminu.  !���������*. If. YorNfl.  Comin>:_ftlnK nt 11 tost pliintfl at A. Mr-  I.co'l's south west corn.r.tlii-'iici; cast .".<> cluiiiis.  tlicnci! south Wl chnins, tlience west so cliuins,  ihciii't- nor������h hOuhnlii- to jioint of emnlimn(m;-  1 ti-it t.  ll. CAME 'OX.  Coiiimencinn ntn [.est iilanleil nt, I). Cumer-  mi's souih west corner. 1 lii.-ncc cusi XO chnins.  llielici: south Mil chnins, Iheuce vvest Ml chnins.  tiii'iice nortli sl) chains to jioint of eoinirieiice-  tn cul.  \v. it. r. kii>.  Coininellcilll! nl. n. post, plnn1.nl nt \V. I!,  I'.oi'I's south west co rue r.t hence eust st) chnins  Iheuce souih s'l chains. Ihence west MM cliuins,  lhciie.u north SJchuliis to |.olnt of commence,  ment,  liuteil detober '.'Itli, l!i(i."..  .1. T. KANNKIt.  Leavo Order, at AHum's Jewellery Storo  E'Ki-t Vinrs' Expcrionco.  Midnnv-   lit  pi-.'imi 1 s.'l y^.: '  ceiHer: !a--t ni:  i')' you. vv;,- iio  in c.-_i*iif;i' voinlitioil.'  ;��������� 1 !.-fa    it il,-   l i:-triii-,iled     SO  ' The   piano I  used  for mv  ..-lit. atal   vviiiel,   was  tuned  pei'tV-eily  and I found il  Wholesale tuul   Re  l-'i: .1  - lei-eh.-iiit^  tail  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  PRIME  BEEF.     PORK.   MLTTON     SAUSAGE.  FISH ARD G AME IN SEASON.  REOPEN ICO  REMODELED"  Hii  footel i*\esiaurant  Mrs. -V-cKltnckj rv-at.ag:eress.  M. S. HASTINGS, TUNER.  At the Herald  Wood for Sale.  ffaving    established    a   peimanenl  wood yard, ihe citizens '-.'in depend on  getl mg  ti tries.  fh-...  class   dry    wood   at.   ;  I.Oi.[.ri'_ HAMSOX  Ja.s. I. Woodrow  i_tu  FRONT STREi  New Westrsiinster  All kinds of Fish, Salmon,  Halibut, Coil, Smoked Salmon,  Kippers, Blotters, shipped to  all points.  "Write for Prices  (-^-^/-���������-A;*^^  -  Retail Healer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season   A 11 enters promptly Illicit  t;orK--.S't'rlou. RBYBJ-STOKB, B.S  For    Fine   Job    l'rintino*   try  The IhcuAi.D���������Prices right.  McKenzie & Martin  THE    GROCERS  IH-WI.-K1*   IN  Fruits of al!  Kinds in Season  Open al all hours.  ftfeai Tickets Issued.  Jilioii  Orders tastefully served.  Rates Moderate*  "���������zaatfccn/-ir_---u_a3_i_a������i___i-',-->^^  ?1  W. EV2. Brown,    Prop.  One of thc best and .  commodious hotels.in the  City.    ......  .Free Bus meets all trains.  Hourly Street Car.  Fare IO Cents  F.osi-t Street  t i*-Wv-VNA/v>WW**/>/*������*-^^  LOANS  NOTARIES  SIBBALD &'FIELD  HAVE  KC_C_ZXZ*������Z2  ������SSXiXi>S������SXM������J������*S(_*������<������S^  IX ALL  TARTS OF THE CITV  I.VSCRANGE COMOX  COAL  yVVVVVVVV^A->V^/*^*t^*/'-jV'/������/**A*V y*^-^l*^^^^^^^/V������^^l^^VVV^A������^������^^y KOOTENAY Sr.VK,  IS.  LS.  Meets nn  First Tuesday ofeverv  1. O. O. 1-*. Hull.  .1. ACIiii-OS*. \V  li. J. TAti. iiUT,  Celtl RanE*e Lodge, K. of  P.;  No. 26, Revelstoke, Q. C.  l-KTS   KVKHY   WKPNli- DAY  li   Oddfell.ms'    Hull   nt   S  ���������clock      Visiliug   KuigUt:  urdialiy invited.  ro  J. li. SCOTT.   <:. C.  -   -TKVVAKT MoDOXAlli; K. of R. .. S.  U.iA. BROWS, M. of F  TENDER ^ FOR TIMBER ���������.���������".LIMITS.  SKVAUATK .sealed Umtievs will be receive.��������� Iiy  ihe uml.r.sijincd uji to noon of Wtuln es.luy,  1st NovchIkt, liui*������, frmu any. in.r--.oii who may  il.sire ti������ oMniu site.ial Ik'cuoos umier tlm provisions oftho "Laiul .u:t." for the purpot-AMif cutting  timlier -froni tlie following ��������� Ue&crilied timbc-i-  limits:��������� /���������_ .._.____.,���������_*.'._  No. v.���������CmumeiKMiiir-ut-a post located"'on.west  lunik of "North -Thompson Kiver; three miles sontli  of  mouth   of   AlV.r-nia   Uiver. marked "K; I-'. 1..,  a    south-cast corner *: iiiiniiii.a-vest w eliaiiis;-nurth  ...12 J' clirtiiia; east 40 ehains to r_v������_r; south, along  ..; river .hank ty starting puint; containing: about-Uio  .   -' acres. ;: ."���������'..'....���������,'"!_.*. . ;:: '.*--���������',''    'j- :,lt5-.*>.'  ;* .Dated July 'iatli/lOfS;\--;-J-y        .'';V: _���������; ���������...������������������.  , .        Ko 2.-TCommencing at a post- located on boutli  line of No. 1, 40 chains west- of North Thompson  ������������������ ���������.   Kiver; running   south '-1130 ehains: ea^t 40 chains;  'north al^ng river hank ICO chains", west 40 chains  to starting point: containing about 040 acres..";.  Dateil July :2th, I00r.  No."3.���������Commencing at-'a post located nn'west  liank'of North Thompson I .iver, close -to ��������� trail, tf  miles south of sonth line of No. '*, marked "K.fc'.K.,-  south-east corner *; running west 40 chain:'.; north  100 chaius: east 40 chains': south along river liank  to starting point: containing about tiiu acres.  DatedJuly I3tliv19l>5.: ���������;"'���������>  "No, 4.���������Commencing at a post located west'side  Ndrth.vTltompsou-IliVfr^ch'se to trail, about 3  miles south' of.No. 3,'marked " KIM.'.', south-east  corner": running we������t 40 ehains; noith ISO chains:  east oO chains to rivyr: soutli along river bank to  starting point: containing about U40 acres. ���������  ���������   Pated July 13th, lin.5.  No. ������:���������'.onunenciiig at a post located on east-  bank of North .1 hompi'on Kiver, opposite north-'  east comer of No- 4, -marked -' E.b\b\_ noitli-west  corner"; running east 40 chains; south ISO chaius;  xva-i 30 chains' to river; ' norlh along river to  starting point-. r  Dated July 33th, IOC'5.'  N*o. 6.���������Commencingat a po^t located-on -.vest-  bank of North Thompson V.ivor, four mites south  of No, 4.   marked ���������'���������* 12.F.F.,' south-east corner";  running west 40 chains: nurth 2-0 chains;   cast 20  chains to river; south along river hank to starting  point; containing aboiQUiu chaius.  'DatedJuly 13th, 1003..-  ������������������* No. ".���������Commeneingnt a post located ou. ca .t  bankof North ���������Thompson Kiver, opposite northeast corner of No. o,'marked *.'-1.. F.F.. north-west  corner"; running ease 40 chains; south 220 chains;  west 20 chains to rlvc-r: north along river bank to  starting point: containing about 040 acres..  Datetl.luly i:ith, 11105.  No. S.���������Com .nencing at a pest located on Unno  Creek, one-quarter mile want of conHueiiee with  North Tlioinpson ISivt-rj marked " K. F- F.,  south-west corner"; vunn'mg ea.>t 100 chains;  north 413 chaius; west 1U0 chains: soutb 40 chains  to starting point-.  DetedJuly loth, 1905.  No. 0.���������Commeneiug at a post located forty  rods north of Thunder Cvuuk. on v.-est bank of  ==-=Noiah_T1juujp__(m_Uivej^ marked *'K. F. F., southeast corner"; runnhig west" ^OTeh^nns-rnriTh���������K:^r  chains; east 40 ehains to riv.r; south aloni; river  to starting point: containing abi ut 010 acre...  " DatedJulyl7tii,100...  No. 10.-���������Cinnnii'nt'irig 'tt a post-.located half-  mile south of Hell lbiartmr' reek, on ea-.t bank of  North Tlioinp-������o:i Iiiver, marked " F,. F.tF., south-  \ver.t corner": running cast 40 ehains: nnrth ico  chains; i.vst,40 i-IuiUi* to river: smith along rlvi-r  to starting point: containing 040 acres.  DatedJuly irth, in*--...  ': y'o. 11.���������Commencing al a post lot'uted <m west  bank of North Thoit.ptmi Itiver. three miles south  of No. 0, marked ' K. 1 . F. south-east corner";  running west to clnir.M; north 10'chains*, enst 40  chains to river; so tth along r.ver tor-darting point;  Containing about tiio auv.-.  Dated July 17th, IW...  No. 12.���������Comm'.'iicin'r at n po.������t lo.atcd on east  bankof North i mcitp.-i un lliv.r, abmit tunnies  HOUtlt of No. 10, luarUed' K F.F-. south-west corner; running east 40 chain.: north *_!��������� :u ehains: west  SOchaius to rivi-r; siuth.nbu.g river to point of  starting; containing abo.it OP) .i.res.  DatedJuly lStli, 100...  No. 13.-��������� Coiumemring at a post located on oast  ..: j bank of North Thompson Kiver, 100 chains noith  of mouth of Mud Creek; running east to ehains;  'north 240 chaius; v.-est 20 chaiiiH to river, south  along rivor to starting p. hit; containing about 010  acren.  DatedJu'iy ISth, IOO.'..  No. 14.-Commencing at a post located ou eas:t  bank of North Thompson Kiver, '_.r chains north of  Mud Creek; running east llio ehains: noith SO  chains: West 0) chains to nver: south nlong river  to'starting point; containingabont U!0 acres.  \   Dated July Stli, mo.v  * No. I--.���������Commeneiug at a post located on west  "bank of North Thompson Kiver, about 20 chains  nortli of month of 'Mu.i Civek, marked "1.. F. F..  south-east corner": running west (10 chains; tii.rth  80 chaius;. cast 12' ehains; ..soulli fin chain's to  . river: thence .south along r'.vcr to stalling p:mit:  containing about (J40 ai r.s.  Dated July 8th, l\m.  No. 10 -r-Coniineu'.'tim at a. pnst located nu wet*  bank of Nortli Th imp-i-m Khvr, thi'ee-i|iuirte(s of  a mile north of Trout rreel;. iniiked"lv F. I-'.,  north-west ctini.tr"; running eist .o chains; south  100 chains; We.t 40 chain.*.; uoYlh 100 chains lo  starting point.  DatedJuly nth, llio;-.  Tho competitor i.tl'.raig the highest cash hunus  will   bu  entitled   |.o   spi-cia! liceuci-M covering thc  limits, renew.ih|u iiljiMially  for a Ilmh of twenty-  , cmoyeiMM.  Kach tun-Ier must bo acr'oi',i).!inled   by a cert illed  rhequo, made payable  to  tin- iimlerstgiied at par  ������ is hereby given that :;o Uiiy-s afterdate  I intend to apply W> t iw llnuora^l-* the Chiel  C*-������n. nil-sioiuM* ������'i bauds and Works f .r permission to cut ond cm ry away timber from tlio  lollowing de cribed lands situate.', in West  Kuotenay distriet:        .    ;  1. Commencing at a post planted on the  soutli side oi .Smith creek about :_.}.,.' mites it'oin  the Columbia river ami marked ������������������_������. J . .lohn-  son's nortli .'us. ci.ruer po-t." tlience soutli 150  chains, ihence west SO ehains, thence north f-0  ciiains. tlience east 80 ehuins tu t.hu point oi  coinineiieement.  2. Coinniencing .at a nost planted on- the  foiith side of i-'uiiih crock nb-.ut ;'.}.j miles from  the i.'olumbiii liver and niarkeu *'K. .I. Johnson's norih east corner post," thence south SO  chnins, ihe'neu wesi-so chains, thence north SO  thains. ttienceea.ISO ehuins to tlie point of  commencement,  8. Commencing at a post planted on the  south side of Smith ereek about 4}/;' miles from  tlie Columbia river and marked "vF. J. John-  soi.*.. north east corner post," theneoVouth so  chains, tbence west .SO chain-, thenee north M)  eliain-i. tbence etuil So ehains to the point ol  conimeiiccineut.  ���������1. Commencing ut a post planted on the  soutli side of rim ilh creek aboot rtUj iniles from  the Columbia river and ninrked ,T1*_. .1. .lohn-  sou's north east corner poht," themte south 80  chains, tbence wesl-So eliains, thenee north SO  chains, thenee east-80 chains lujlhe point ot  conuneucenient.      -  5, Cr.inmciioing ata post planted on the  soutb Mde of rim ith.creek about olij mi Ies from  tho Columbia river and mnrked '-"'ii. J. John-  s>ni's north east corner post," thenee south 80  chains, iheme we>t tiO chains, theuce north SO  ciiains. theuce east -0 chain;, to tne point of  commencement. c     *  ''-.,������������������  0, Commencing at ".a.post nlnnled on the  soutb side ot Smith creek about iyA miles from  the Columbia river and "'marked "F. J. Jolin**  son's north east corner post," Ihence south SO  chaius, theuce west 1*0 chains, theneo north -SO  chains, thence east feu,chains to the point ot  commencement.;.      '���������.;  "!" ComineiicinK at a post planted on the  south>ide(d imith ereek about "iy. miles from  the Columbia ttver and marked ,������������������!���������;. J. Johnson's 'south east corner post." ihence north m  chaiiis, thenee west 100 chains, tlience sou tb 4o  chains, thence east 100 chains to the point; of  commencement,     v-  S. Commencing at a post planted onlhe  south sideof -Mnith'creck about -\]J, milos from  the Co-.uuibhi river and inarketl "K.- J. Johu-  son'ssouth cast coi'tier post," tlience north 40  I'huiut., the.ee west -Uio chains, theuce south;  40 chains, thencu east IGO chains to the poiut oi  commencement.  0. ('ommeneing at a post planted on the"  -0ut!-i shleof riniith creek abouttijij milcs-from  the K olumbiariver and marked ~,F; J. John-  snii's souih easl corner post," Miotic*, .north 40  chains, thence west Itio eliains. thenee south *lu  chain!-:, thence east lll'J chaius to the point of  conipienceinent. "S'[J -'     -'-\ ���������'���������'.'  ;lb. - Commencing at'a'post :plitu(i������d 6n" the  north' side of ihe north fo;k of .���������smith creek,  about B,il miles from ihe Columbia, rivor .wul  tuurkeu "K, .1. Johnson's south east corner."  theneu north SO eliains, iheuce west SO. chai us.  thonco south SO chains, thenre east SO chains  to the place of commencement.  l.ated September 4th, 1-05,   - - ���������..  K  J. JOHNSON.  tytytytytytytytytytyty<B<  ty   *  ty  ty.  ty.  ty  ty  4  ty  ty  Hs  ^#^-^*^##^*##*M**ii^  war������ &@m  LfiUlTED  For All Kinds of Hardware. New Stoves  and Ranges. Airtight Heaters re-lined from  1.50   to 3.00. .  ���������Pluii-feh-g  asstf  Tliismitbing Estimates Given  Repair Work Done.  Mail Orders receive prompt and careful attention.  itfim%~~  -K---K.  ������������������f^&m  K-ffVtls,< CqPYE-!G������  Anyone ricndfns  tytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyty'tytyty  &;&-4'-8'-4'i3*te'-^'t&it''3'-t3'-C'-������&^^^  ti  ii  ue-jor your.  Tliat .-is what you get when you g_t onc of. our  y jp-f d-Date- ���������;'Swats  St^iEsh  First���������Yoii  get your  money's worth'in.  ���������: Sc-eond���������-You gel vour moiiev's worth in  Style  and Conifers  Fit.and Wear. V  Merohani TaiSofS,  Mackenzie Avenue  Reue5stoko,..B.:G.  Marks  >es;gns  Copyrights <S_c.   ,.��������� ��������� -i nUcloh nnd dcacrlntlon mny  rude!;!? iiscertiiin onr (ipinUni 1'reo whether an  invent Inn la prohnhl? piiieidulilo. (.'oinnimilaa-  tiuiisHii-iotl;. coutKloutl.'ii. tiA.-DHOOl- on rutcnta  soul tree. ���������UMei.t utrancy for������neurtii[. imteuta.  Patuiit.3 talten through Munn .t Co. receive  spff-i. notlce% without chjirco, iu tlio  Scieiitif ie Mnmimi  A.bnnrtsonioly llhiPlrnled woeltlr.   T.nrrreat olr-  ciihulon nf nny ricicnllOo journul.    M'orni;., $:. ������-'  year: four months, ������1.  fioldbyuU newaclenler*..  'ffiONN&Co.^������������!������>������������r.KewYorK.  lirauo'a onico. 035 P St., WnaliiaKtoii, D. C. ���������:  (AWA81  ..-.HAI.  & .iAMIr WORKS.  Di-ali-'i-s in ami ..iiimif-ti-! urc'is.'of  Jtai-i.U- and Graiiilu _ li.-iiiinicnt-,  Geinelory -..-Venciiiji... 'J.irtnilupiuL-i's,  Xablel-*, -Bnt-ln-'is' Bl.-ilj., tlutuly .Slal-s,  ���������Iitiligsing.Stones, etc.  :' J. l-iecs  tho ���������lo'wt-st',-fm- li.c.t materia!  unci workmanship.  .Thii lai'tj-.st Muniiiti.nlal - A Vork s in  the'is'orthwesl.'J'erritorii.--.  .       .".'-*..���������'���������  Jt-'ive-Aetfe Blocks of this well  known Farm  a,re Offered  for Sale Now at  The  Sor-tervU  H.  'Cb^-'Pfops.,  AUTjSJ     :������������������'���������  "&���������;  &&fr.f&&.**>.a>&fr.^  NOTICE.  Kolioc is herehy given that thirty days after  dute 1 .intent! to apj.ly to the Chief (iomints  sioner of I;ands ami Works torn spcselal lieense  tu out- antl curry away timber from ihu follow-  ii\fi t!e_yrihe(l laiut... situated on the west-side  of "Arrow Lukes on a ereek eniv.."ina into Shelter: May; in -West Kootenay district:.  1. Commencini; at the'second southwest  nn^le ot t.olSll of the K. and S. limits, thou  west U'M chains, thenee soulli -lo ehains, thenee  tjust Uio eliains, thenee north 4U ehuins to  p'oint of commencement, ;.  _!. Comnieucitn. nl thc third-south west  angle.ol LotSLl of the K. antl S. limits, theuce  west .SO chnins, theme north Hue ntns, thenee  east -10 chain., thetn-e south -U' chain-, theuce  east iU chiatis to puint of commencement.  Dated Augu-it ���������Jiith, llHw.  GEO. U. CAMl'iJKUL.  Oo7-M?^CLJcp  of   Emprovcsrscnts  In Victoria. I������������ enver Hm amount nf thcllvsty  ftie.-t aud the nuumnt. nf hnnti,. tt>ndcn>d; -md ;iHu  a eertitiml ehet|iio for ?r'_,n.-:i, hciii^ the cost nf  cruising the limit-.  TIim chetjucM will nt  mice he returned tn iiii.hk'-  CUHsful competitors.  W. S. (lUlM'*,,  T)"iuily 0ommlMjdoiicr of l.aml.H and -Vorfc,-*-}.  Iian 1 and Works Department,  Victoria, U. U., 2 Jth Hoiitetnher, IttW.        td  notice  I.Ieatlow View. Xo. ii niic.cral claim, situate in  the Arrow hake Mining IhvUhm of West Kootenay Di-triet.  Wheie heated-tine mile imrtli of Klre Valley  Creel:, and four miles ca.-t nf  Kettle ll.v.r.  TAKK NO'fUM*. that T. .fctlm IS. Oh\. tu-lhr-i  su :s;jfUt Ter niysi-lf, l-'t-ui- Minev's .'������rtilh:atc No.  li'.i.V.'U, int'iid, si>:ty'l;ay,s fruni the date hctvnf,  tn apply to tlu .Mlni-ii; h'ecorder for a LVrtiilealc  nf linprovi-'uients. hir the purpnue ot ohtainin^ it,  Cr.iwu (liant nf the ahovi: cltitui.  And further take uoth-e that action, unilei  Si;ttinii.:i., uijist hec'omineitct'tl hefore the issuance  of nitcli -.ertillcuti.'! of Improvements,  Duted this ilml day uf July, A. !">., 1ffli."i.  JOHN IJ. OLD.  IX  THK "MATTKK   OK  THK,'���������WiXlVlXCi-Ul1  ACT ISfld/'-AXD AM.KNDING ACTS,  -   and '  THK   MATTI-ll   OK   KM1MH1C   J.UMlVl_I{  ��������� '...-COMPANY, UMITK!)  Kuipire Luiuher Company, Limited, lia-s goi.G  into voluntary liiiuitlation tindrr the ahove'Act  and has appoint'eil Frederick K. Sinc.of the city.of  Uevelstnke;- .1J.C. accountant, its li������juidatof, for  the purposes of such whidiajx np.  The creditor., ot the ahove C'nnpany.fwhieh has  its head oilice in said city of liev .hjtolie, and all  others having auy claims against saiif Company,  are required/on or hufove tin lirst- day of Noveni-.  her, K>(K*������, to send to Harvey,McCarter Sc Khikhani,  snlieitors fnr suid liquidator, at- their oiilce. l-'irst  Street, Revelstoke.. 11. C., their, names and addresses and descriptions, and the full particulars*  of their claims or dehts, verifled hyoath, and the  nati'ire a.nd amount of the aeeurilies, if any, held  hy thrm.and the speeitied value of sncli securities  aiul: if so required hy notice in writing from said  litjuidatei* or his solicitors, to nmiu in and prove  their said dents or claims in the'u.nal way. iit  such time and place as shall be speckled in siich  notiee.  After 'lhe fir.4 day of Xoveml.t.r, .'.ir-r.. th;- said  liquidator will prncui-d to distvihute the assets nf  tlle Company aintmsst- the parties entitled thereto,  ha vim; r^yard only to the claims ������*f which he then  has hatl notice, and thc liquidator will imt then he  lia-Ue for the assttsov any pait thereof sndis-  trihuted toany p-fioii of whose chum lie had imt  notice at the time of the distrihiitioii thereof.  Dated this 7th day of .S-^ptemhcr, lHCTi.  3-tik in-rrnnri :r?rpro;  sep U td  Liquidator.  Cerfcl'ficate   of   Snnprovcments  KOTICK  Pnlndora and Somiiier..et mineral claims situate  in tlie Arrow hake 'Minint; J)iri..tou of West  Ktiotcnay tliatrict.  Where located:*���������Two miles east of Kettle river  and one mile from Fire Valley Creek.  TAKK NOTICK. that l.Joliu It. Old, V. M. C.  1.0..-31:., ai'tiiu* jtH am-Mit for A. II. Old. K. M. C.  li D..21H antMV. II. .Page Free Miner's Certiticate  No. It !;r._-.,*i, intemi sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Minim: Iteeonler for n  Certilii'ate of Improvements, for the purpose of  nhtaininga t.'rowu Oraut of thu ahove claims.  And furthe,r take notice that action, -under  Section ;t", must - he eounni'iieed hefore the  issuance of such (.'ertiilcat*.1 of Improvumeuts. .  Dated this i2iul day of July, 190.-.  JOHN 1). OLT).  .     NOTICE.  In  :lh'i������   matt.r of William Kl.M!f->ux. dec-!'.scd.  and in the niattemf the  Oiltcial Administr,-.-  torn Act.  Notice   is   herehv   p'.vcu   lh:it   Uv ord.'-r of  His  Hniior   ,|.   A.   K.irin. U-val  .lud^. tlated the VJth  day of Scptemher. livr.   lit-nr^'S. Mc*"ainr. oftt-  cia'l   Athniui:-tiat' r   for   that   part   of   Un^tcnav  unity ctdtiprtxed ���������.uthiuthe U>'v.-^t.-ke Klertmal  \ dcc.asrd, aud in  '���������.'iniiiiistratois A������-t.  t hy order nf His  Itfe. ihactl the VXh  ,v S. Mr ('.a it it. Oiii-  part   nf   Ki.ott.imy  XOTICK.  Iu the lijaMer-nf Krwiu  ht-v.er.  the matter of the (itlh-ial A'  Notiic i.- hiri-hv j;iven th:  lloc.r.J. A. 1 nr.M, l.nrivl .lu  dayof Sepieiid er. I.'1.*.. (."em  cial Admnii.-trator fer that .  (Vaiity cn'.i.pri.cd within the i;������_vel. toke I.lecti.r  .'.1 Oi..:rict, has heen granted lt ttirs nf aduiiui*-*  tiaiitin, tn ndndnisu-v all an>l . inuular theentale  nf l.rwin Lower, d.Ci-astd. huestale.  Aud fnviher take notice that all claims upon the  said i-.-tate mu.-t he sent in to thesiiid Administrator, at his ollice Imp*.rial Hank l.lo.l.. Itevel.steke.  II.C. within :m t\-\\~' from the datehcr.ifd, after  which time all proceeds will he dislrihulcd anions  the parties lawfully thercuutfictttitled.  CKOItCK H. MeCAL'i'Kl:,  OtHeial Administrator.  Dated tlie llth day of Weplemher, IDOL  -������������������'..NOTICE. .:-.  ' 'Notice is herehy given Hint nt- the expiration  of one month from the. thi to hereof, the. registered office���������-���������*!ir chief plane of husinessof the  Brown Jlear'Mining nn'd Development Company. Limited Liahilitv, will be reihovedfrom  Donald, B. tl '. to Colden. l:. C.  Dated Jst SLptemher, 10U;..  popi ;W(1  a.'.D.  Secretary tc;  IIOAH,  aid Company.  NOTICE.  ..-  Notice is herebv fiivon that thirl v davs after  date, 1 inten.l to apply tti the Chief .nonnm..-  sifincr ui Lauds antl Works for permission to  cut and carryaway timber from tlie following  described laud., situate in West Koolenay  dintric.i;  . ';-'-..���������  Conitnencini; nt a post planted ���������about Tour  hundred yards 'south of- t owiiie ereek, about  three and a ha If'miles above the north fork  and marked "0. J\, Nagle's north-west corner  l-0-.t," thenee: south Ml chains, thence east CO  chains, theni e nm Hi s;t cliiiins. thenee weal bl1  chains to tlie point of commencement.  Dated A uj:ust 'ialh, 1W0.  G.  Per K  IS. NAC1.K,  ,  i McBean, Agent.  lMSy3������LST0IvB,-IJ.  O.  y-^^j^^*-'  __������ a'���������.: ^3 \%a tn th i\CrUi}  >   Write for our interesting; hooU's " lnvnii%'.������  Jor's H-sip1* an-l " How ycu arc swindled/1*  1 ������Setui u-ia.rov-Kti ckctcl. or Hiadcl of jcr.rhv-  veiitioii orimprovement and we will tcllyou  free our opinion as to v.-hei hcr il i* probahl;'  patent*������bi<������������������*!. -l?ci':cted cppliccti-onshavaotien  been succc>sfiiUy y.rcscented by ,i-. \W  conduct."fully cofuinved cRhxp;' in Moui'icai  i and Y/.iOiini.t'ni ; .thisqua5ifics tis to prompt-.  Sly dispatch work and quichl v s\cure .'atet!';������  Sos hro"t<l as the invention. Ilij-hcM rcfcrcuces  S furnished. >  S    IJateut- procured HiTrnph  ?.Ir.iio:i i\-. M'a  Jrion ri'C'-iveep^cis! iiytJce withi-.utclu:rj������*i iv  lover ioo in wspapers tHatrihuted tlirouyliou*:,  Jthc D ' minion.     * .-'������������������'.',  j   Specirdty:���������1'atcrt business of   Mauui^? -.  S hirers anu hn^iuecrs. ���������        {���������  MhUJGN & MARION     I  ;    Pai.cn-. Export- nnd Solicitors  Will Make a Beautiful  ',Goiintry. Residence for Gity  People   during*   the   Summer  Montlis."���������... _';,'���������;'-  - ; ���������'������������������. ��������� '���������-.".'  ll .Will grow the Finest Fruit  and G-arden ������"e^etables on the  ��������� Gontiiient s:. jpp    'pS/p '������i/ijs  Terms of Payment can be  arranged. ��������� :\--'~-jii':;jj'  :  _-?=-?---j>-r,g.._r,,TriiM  Apply for Particulars to the  NOT! OK.  Nolli-o is liQrcby'v'ivcn Hull lliiily days nfter  d.'te 1 iiiR-mi Id at-]ily to lho t'lii.f Ciiniipis-  Moiu.^r_ioJ^I.^n^s Jiit<j \Vfn-J;��������� i'..r j (.'nni_-lim  Jo (tut und (���������"Mri*-y-*nSriry--tfTiiiH:t--fi,������nri^t-he .nilr.w-.  iiift describc-d InudK sinuitehi Wusl ICootc-i.av  disitiiit:  tVMitmoi'ciiii- a  _I.it." nf l'-nviii-  (niartvi'iiiilcs al.<  ������ii "li. II. N*HKI  tlnMH-c S'-tllli fn  lliciii-u north Su i  In tl.t- i niul nf l'i  IlllU'll _U���������'llSt 'J  ! a ).'-.sl pinutuil nn tlio soutii  i-ruok, it hunt. f. .in- in:.I ihri'i-  ivo Uio nurth (nil: anil ninrk-  i-'s m>rili.\vvst c-oriit.-r pl.t,"  I'liiiin . Ihi.-n.i'o ta-I Wi I'haliis  ���������hains, iln.-111-u Most su chains  luiin.'iicoinoiit.  itli. l'.'l'.l.  (I. It  I'er I'  XAdl.li,  , -ll'ill-llll, Agcill.'  N'OTICB.  In tlic matter nf Kohi..- Ta.uiiiiit. iloct-ascil, nml  in tiio matter of tiio Uliioial Ailiitiiiiritmlorti  Aot.  .  Notice i.i lievohy yiven tliat Iiy ui-ilor nf His  noli'.i-.!.-A. i'lirin*. i.i'cal .linljio, ilatod tlio ]2th  day nt Sejitcnihi-r, lBCS Oooi>'o .. M .Curler, Olti-  ci-.il Adiiiini.strrtti.r fm- that juirt nf Kontiinay1  C-minty ciinipri.cil v.-ithia tlio KLVnl:--tiikc Kloolor-  :il fiiiiritt, has hoon j.'l\iiit.('(ll'--tti.-is i.f administration, to adaiiiii.-.tor all and jiiji^islfti- tho estate of  hottrt 'l'a-i'-iii't, (It-ceasoil, intestate.  And fiirth'-rl.-ilce no'-ioo that all olaints. n|iim the  said tstatc- limst ho sent in to the said Adminis-  tvatnr, at liis niiico lioiH-rial I'.aak illnek, iievel-  slnke. It. C. within '"���������'I days from the date liuri-nf,  aftd- v.liii-h time all i������v..eeeds'v.ill he.listrihnlod  anion" the i>aities laivfnlly tlv-reilnti. entitled.  GKOUDI-: S. Me .AIITK1*:,  t.ilfieial Adiainiati-.'ilol-.  Dated tl-.e Kill day (if Si'iiteinher, 101.'..  Ilisfliel, has lie'-a  |;raated h.-ttei-i uf  .ulniilii.-U.  fii.li. tnadiaiaisler all and sin_nlar ���������-������!.- e-tate of  y illinin Hlialifiins, de.-ea.-eil. ialeslale.  A lie flirfliur take iiiilii-e ll'.'il all el.-ihn- iipi.n the i n  said   e   .. lie must   he   '"lit int..   li.e said Ailniini.i- > f  tiali'i-. at   his ntlii'e lai|..,Ti:'l I'.iak I'.!-.k. It-vil-1 |  sti.Ue.  K. i'.. nllliin *'n  days  (r.'in the .late li.-re  aflei- whh-h  tilit"  all prei-eeds M ill ',-���������- .h.-'.-il-nl  annuls the |.;u-ties lawfully thiT-'iinl.' eiitHleil.  HKOltCli'*, S. M.-CAltTKU,  lim.-'lal Adtninistrat  Dated tho llth day A l-ioiiteniher, UH'j.  fiOTiCE.  JCntici? is heivhv tti'.en that. CO davs aflei'dato,  ve intend t.-> apply t.i lhe Hen. the (hief Coin-  n;;s.-ieni.|-i.f Land- and V.'i.iks fnr peiniissiiiii tn  pur. Iiaso ltv. aeies t f land situate na rpper Arrnw  l,..ke. tVest Kentillav Distriet, desi-nhcd as  f..'.|.">s :-  i '.aiiaeliein'.- at a ln.>l. jilanleil en tiio cast shure  ..f Cppcr Arp.iv 1..-IK.'. al lln- i-i.i ae.rnf let l.ltlll,  li.'iip 1. alii mail.i .1 "AlTi".'in ad l.nailiei-('nln-  :.-,i;'s snath w. .t ..��������� i 11..-r p.'.-t ': thenee east alun^  le- iinilii li..aiei.ir\ '-f l.nt 1.1.-:;.. :-i'i eliains; llienco  ta uh ;e i ha in . tie in e '.ve-1 .'i'i ehains, ninre nr  l">s. tn the sle'i" of t'pper AmiH' Lake: thenee  ���������.nuthi.'ily. and fi-llitw intr lhe shore lin*-' if Upper  AlTnW Lake, tntlie point nf enailliolieelnellt.  Daieil this .'.tli August, ititis.  Olftl       AiaiOV.ilKAD I.C.MHKfl Co., LTD.  NO'I'IGI-;.  Xntieo is herc-by piven tlint tltlrlv dnvs nfter  dale 1 Intend tn applv lo tlio tthi'of i 'nninils-  sinner nf l.tiud. and Works for ,-oniilssii.n tn  cut and enrry nway liailer from tho I'ollowint.-  do. ..Tilted lnnds .sittialo in, WosL Kootenuv  district:  Coiiiiiioiicini: at a v-ost pinnteii nhoi'tt. tiro  Itnndro'l yards Miitth of liownii-' crook, tilionl.  six mile's above tho north fork nnd marked "li.  II. Nagle's nortii wost corner post." thonco  sontli st) eliains, thenee onsi so ehnlns, theneo  norih KO chains, theno'i wosl bu Vilnius to tliu  point of ciiiiiinoin eiii'-'iif.  Dalctl Atignat -iutli, l'JU5.  Ct.V,. NAGI.E,-..  Ver Ji. Mclleiin, AkciiI..  NOTICl_  Koliee i.s horohy uivon tlint thirtv dnvs after  tlnlu ! Iiileinl to apply lo the Chief Coinnils  sionerof Lands and Works' For permission I'n  cut. and cnitv nwav limber from tho lollowiii!,-  described lands situate in West Kootenny  dislrict:  Cominoncinu: nt n post planted on llic soulli  side of Dov.nio crook just below tho mom li of  ( nnyon creek, nnd mnrked "l'i. Mellean's norlh  west corner post," thence, east IHO ohains,  t lie n co soutli hi ch a ins. llioneo wost l('.t) chnins.  tho'.co norlli-It) chains to tlio point of com-  menc-inent.  lulled Aittjii-t -Sih.lOOJ.  li. Mcl'.liAN*.  KOTIOK.  Kotice is hereliy invcn tliat l.hirlv dnvs after  dnle I.intend in apply In thn ('hief coinmis-  -ionor of Lands and Works fnr permission tn  cut and earry away timber irom tho foilowini;  deseribed lm,ils sltiiiilo in West Kootenny  district:  Cnniineneine at a post jdanteil ahmit two  hnndioil vnrd : nnrtii nf Dnwnio creek trail,  abont six miles In.in tlie ltij< I'.cnd ir.il 1  and mark.-d "li. Melteun's iiortli-v.-est corner  j.nsl," liienee south Si> clihins, ttietico en-l SO  ehains, lltt'iice nnrth ������-(i cliiiins, llioneo west hu  cluiiiis to the point of ciiiainclieelnenl.  -illed September -2nd, 1 'JJ j.  i 0ffic������3:  New Yorl: Ofe tl'li'g. nont-ra!.t  /.tl.ietic UMk,Washington (."���������-.(.  y/iAS.  iv&AjPcC'Puj^y.O'  SEV7-I .G MACHINE.  ROJ-LER BEARING.  HIGH GKAC_.  30MAPLIX  Best brands of Wines', Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to  Fislv Creek wi!! find excellent accommodation at this  Hotel.  CHIEF   YOUF-G,  Proprietor  sep 7  li. Mc_liA- .  by buytng this  reliable, honest,  high grade Ecvf-  injr machine.  STRONGEST GUARANTEE.  Nations  .SAN  Machine Co.,  FRANCESCO,   CAL.  S -wa. 5������  FACVORY ATCGLVIDI-RE. ILL.  CO'lIOlv  Nnlice Is le-rcby j'.ivel. Ihal at tlic nc-t sitting nf  the lh,aid -.f l.....nsia ��������� l'i'iiniiis_..ners for the  oitv i.i l'''vi'*isli>l;e. apt M.-atinn wiil he made hy  llie iinili'l'si^iieil fi'i-a l.'insfer flelil II. A. I'.'lloy  lo Alexander .1. Mell.-il-ell*. nf tie\ elsliike, of llle  retail liipinr. li.'cllsc la -.' held l.v II. A. IVrloy ill  respect, nf the Ilnt. I l:ev.-l  .nke.  Dated si.'pteinher lith, I'.'O.*..  I'.  A.   I'I'-.IM.KV,  A. .1. .McDUNIil.I..  nr Mdi Tweeds  %  Hefore you place your Order for a Fall Suit.  K*w*#*.������������-v#������������Siw*.-rK������;s#^  *  x  *  *  ta  and  in  Wc also carrv- the Best Lines of Worsteds  thc market.     I-'RICli  RIGHT !  Latest Stvies and Fit Guaranteed.  WE  USE  Till-   UNION LABEL.  Serges  \   SCOTT & FOX,  x^i;  First Street  .-*������ss<������*-:-'S������s������SH*;������*<;-;S:������������aa������**K*  A/vww^������������������vvy^^���������v^<^*/^^  I  Mil W HERALD  I  Yes, that reminds me that I did not send  that order of Printing I was intending to. Now  here I am out of Bill Heads, Letter Heads and  in fact everything. It would not look businesslike for me to write my letters on Wrapping Paper.  MOTTO :    Nc%*er let your Stationery.run out.  UP-TO-DATE PR  At Moderate Prices.  w<������������������v^���������^������������������v\-v���������vwvvww^ t^_B3-*_ss:  **^S_SS_K������>_-W"*������-5^=.  3=������tE_5*"S:-  -^f**?^r#  ���������5*3:  ^_-  ^&_-  -J_*4S-  -S_gr  7,',\*;  ^.    -iVj  lT___3_n___'i-*>!ra'*ry*;_PT*"' i.-^.wiJi.*������g'������A.'.-������wgMT-_j'r/>_gT   _-j_-_^__-_-__r-_--.__--rg, ,-.--.--^^ ^''i;  'A.  If you are desirous of making" yourself warm and comfortable during1 the 0  # cold winter  months,  we   can   supply  you  with   anything" you are likely to  t need in Winter Clothing'.   New Goods put in stock this week.  g^-y*^i*--7,-'rj,'T-*^  30  m  3m  ^5_Jp  spirt  0������  :w  i. 'iifi  *���������������������">  ������������%  ������������*  $&  iPflv?  #  .*���������(*.  ���������5J**-*-?  30  Blankets  Good, heavy, white blankets at  $3.50   per  pair, also blankets and flannelette sheets.  nei  Made-up garments for Ladies and.. Children. Flannelette Underwear, Night* Gowns,  Drawers, Skirts, etc.  10 pieces of Flannelette put  in  stock   this  I    week at 5c. per yard.  Underwear in Knit goods, all prices,  in ladies' and children's.  Dress Goods  Reg. Price $1.50.    Selling. Pricc $1.20  Reg. Price    1.00.     Selling Pricc   75c.  jj__R.eg. Price     75c.     Selling  Price    [60c.  A few pieces of good  heavy cloth.     Regular  Price 50c.    Now .-50c.  urs tor  Splendid values in .Furs, all  new and fresh  from thc Factories.  30  ���������3-ff?  .*���������___._** ���������***_-_������  ���������SOI.1-: AGENT FOR  Walkover Shoe  a Best'���������'���������American   make.  A few new Jackets opened up this week.  .Every one something different (rom what wc  have had.   Latest Eastern designs.  Ladies' 8s. Children's Jackets  Only a few left, now selling at half their  regular price to clear. This means $5 selling  at $1.50,  Ladies' and Swisses' Skirts  Good, all wool, Heavy Top Skirts, seasonable goods, marked at clearing prices. $8.50  Skirts selling now at $5, $5 ones selling at  $_j,  ancl 3.50 ones selling at 2.50.  $3 Misses' Skirts selling at $1.75.  30  S *.J  rf'������������������. -���������" ito.w-h.i_���������_��������� ._������������������,.*.   _j.f _������<. ._r^_Tr*__-.,____r_-     '7tp-'  _    _*-:  Overcoats for JSJ8. wen  Men's   Overcoats   from   $5.00   up.    Boys'  Overcoats and Reefers from 2.25 up.  ���������_______���������_____-_-i-1 *  1 ~ '  1111 ��������� ��������� 1���������11 mim 1  ^_nwi   1   _mii_i iniiiimMintnf  . for fv?ei-  9 and  Boys  ���������-���������   We   have  a  large   range  of   Suitings   at  popular prices.     Come in and  try one on.  Jf__S  .r  Our stock in both Men's and Hoys' Underwear is complete. You can buy a suit in  men's sizes for 1.25. '  Men's ancl Boys' Caps for 1I12  cold weather  ���������Our stock never so good a.s at present.  _5i t  (_5_.il  illin������ry  New goods coming to hand l:y express  daily, keeping* our stock always *f_ shionablc  bright and up-to-the-minute in style.  -i_mmi-_._.  _,t-__vr_m_;  SOU-: AGENT FOR  Walkover Shoe  Host' Anier'c'iii nnke  ��������� TO  GMT YOUR  j teriptioiis  ��������� Filled accurately with  the Purest of   ���������'..'..  I DRU  a Take them to tlie *  ���������      CANADA DRUS    & BOO CO., Ltd     %  a o  ������***************9999*99*9������  Married  Eaton-Simms���������AC Revel stoke. B. C.  on Wednesdav. Nov, 1st. b\- Uev. 0.  PI. M. Sutherland. E. M. 'Katon of  Xelson, to Alia Host: Simms. of  Reyelstoke.  On .Sunil.-iy. Nov. 5l.li, the .Hev. W.  0. Ca Idor will ta kit for his evening  su.liject "UIti .inioiilaiiisin and it..-, development; in ottr free iii.slitiitiot*.''  Ij. O. Ij. lCiiiS will parade and march lo  ���������St. Andrew's *C1iiii,c1i. The scrvk'e  will tie in commcmoi-uHuii of C'un-  powder J .-"lot.  AV. S. Ayi-iis. . IU. K:. of 'Ban IT. anil  Mi-s.Ay.es xveve. in Lhe city 011 'rues-  clay, leaving for their home on Wednesday morning. Mv. ��������� Ayres spent a  feu* ilayn last week surveying under-  groiind passages in tiie Caves. pai-ticn-  lai's of which will lie given in ik'X!  woek-s issue of the Hkhai'.i).  Tho champion fishermen of Arrow  Lakes ai-e ailtnit ted to he .Messrs. O.  XV. .A lel-iiighlin ,-md A. Met -Ml I is of  Comaplix. .Their trolling experience  was lioth novel 11 ml exciting. McLaughlin aftei- a twenfy-liv<- minute  struggle .succeeded in landing a, lOlli.  spt'ckled ti'oul_-one of I he litiest' of Hit;  siv-.e livei* en tight''in the lake. The  deseiples of Walton i-anied the niun-  stt'i- on a pole, ci-iiting nnieh excitement upon., ai-fiv'tiig at the Halevon  Hotel.  T. XV.\ lOverell. of Vaneottvei'. was  granted recently, through' the ageni.-y  of U. Bi-iltaiu. paleiit attoittey. Vancouvei-. a (.'aii.uliaii p-itu n*. ou a k-allief  Y. M. C. .A;. Building. .;  The excavations i'i). the ahovo l.uilil-  ing are tuny coiiiple'cd and the foundation walls arc well under way. .It is  ihe.intent.iun of the huililing commit-:  teeto have the conti'.-icl. completed hy  the nionth of January if |io.ssilile.  According to plans it* will he ono of  the' most up-to-daLe buildings (if its.  kind in .'Viiit'i-ica. . it will b_ ecptipiied  witli howling alleys, hilliavd and pool  rooms,.shower, needle aiul tuh baths,  a swimming hath 'A.ht. by 35ft.., a  thoroughly, eqiiippi'd   gytiinasiuni,  .���������,, - -  ,-    ,,���������    r,     .           ,.                      j-.unto-.��������� a iim...iiiui uiii-n,. on .-> if.uiiui tliorougiuy   eo tp ppi'it   gv tntiasiuni,   ft  'Ihe   -.  Jl.   C.   A.  veailmg room on   ,,u..,l.t-vitig and  '.vaterprooiing cornpo- ,.     c, "'-...._   i-   '                -,i  ,-i  Mnckeimi: avenue is  filling a lung felt | ii, i()!1. pai tic.larlv  de>i-t,.'d  fot- shoe f''*(; M'-icioi.sread,ng room with hbravy  want in lhe cil.y.     All Hie coast rlatlv i soles.    Under this   patent   *!ie  leather attached.     'J'hei-e. will  also be ,-i boys'  ivinnvc     .is     wml     .���������>������    lnr-.'il    mul i':lst,.|'ll I ;.. .... 1 ......-.,.1   1 I...I-  , 1...     i,...;.,!    ���������e    i-,.,.    ,. _...,..,., P|.    --.I,.-^,,!   11... ..; J,-.......  ut        ���������...,        papers   as   well   as   local  aiul eastern   j.; .s;) tt-ea  ....    papers a -re always to be found there, compound p. rme-it. s ''ami .thoroughly'  '.I'he V. -M. C. A. people deserve credit, (ills the p.r.isitis of the leather.''no't  ior their eiTorts in this dii-eetion. The 0nlv renileiing it periimn. iit.lv' wafei'-  rooins are free.to everybody.- proof, bur. as the i.-oi:ipo.-:ition   is ������������������'of. d  ���������,. . r   ..     -..   ... c   touch   anil   weai'-resi.-Untr    character.  ���������   ll:e   tmu'i-iage   of   h.   M.  ha ..i,  of  ^^^e,,,!,;,- cniu,nc.s  lhe d>.rahilitv  >elson.   to.Al.... A.   U   .^unrusot   this       ,tiK.  .!j|t,.;  city, look   |ilacc   at   tlie  result-are  oi  Mr.   F.   Homes   on   Wednesday   aftei*-  -������������������ ���������������������������--  noon. The ceremonv was performed  by Rev. C. it. M. Sulherland. The  happy couple left on the evening express for Vancouver ancl the coast  cities.  BUSINESS LOCALS.  game room. Tt is hoped the citizens  generally will help along this institution as there is no doubt it i.s a thing  that is badly needed.  :     Get   a   hot  i drug sti a-'.-.  Exceptional bargains for Friday and  Saturday only, in colored dinner plates  at Ooc. per dozen, and lea plates at 80c  per dozen���������C. B. Hume & Co.  (.'���������old Commissioner Fraser went into  Camborne yesterday.  Jhu-vc-.-t Thanksgiving services wiil  l^^frein^li^^iF^KtK^fe-t^citiiTCh-n'rf  Sunday the I'.nh.  Thos. Taylor. M. P. P.. is on a visit  to the southern pot-Lion of his constituency this week.  The monthly con-icration service (1f  the Kpwoith League will be held ill  the Met In.list church next Monday  evening tit S o'clock.  Deputy Commissioner of I-inds ami  ���������Works Gom- ii'tiieil from nlhi-e on  Tu.-day and was sticec-ded hy X. I-'.  Miickay. Premier .Mclhidc's private  -.et-retary. Lawrence Mcltae, newspaperman, succeeds .Mackay.  Services will he held in the Methodist Church, on the new site, next Sunday. Subjects, a.m. "Hira* lo Reach  the M.i.-se-": p.m. "What the Christians of Hevelstoke Xeed .Most." The  sacrament of the Lord's Supper will he  administered ut the evening service.  J. S. Jjiwrencc. divisional superintendent of the C.P.K., states that the  train service on the Lardeau branch  wil) he continued throughout the  winter, and the steamer service on  Trout Lake will he maintained its long  as possible.���������Xelson Xl-ws.  A movement is on foot among a  number of  the  young men of fhe city  water   hol tie  at   I'cv.*-''  inti   r.ot fc/'foie  haii anil Shorts '  After   paying   all   expenses    Knox .  j Church  Auxiliary  realized  the hand-1    -j-^.    ilvvv   j..   |  some   sum   of     ^.iHAW     from     their. Ho.vs���������nV*Jijl.j   |*1?.  I hatiKsgiving IJ nineiandsale ot work, i  At  11   n.eeting   of   the  Auxiliary   on I     Hav. Oats. Whe  Monday even,ngMts   IL 1; . trip.hart   iU !;<;al.n,, B,���������:;.  was presented with the quilt on which  the ladies   have   been  working for the  past   few   months    anil   froni   whicli. .  principallv  owing   to Mrs. t'l-uuhart s   WXrrcty  ^AAiAvAAtAAi^ifiiiT^    rmin'd sum. Th-Jadies desi, e. tliroiigh P|.iv;ll,, v     u tit](;;         Wi,n] ,  the columns ol   the lll-.l .\l.l>. to   bank St.,.uril;t.,.    A]1|,|v ,��������� .,. .\,. .s<.(lll  one  nnd   all   who  so  ably assisted in "   ���������  making   their first   annual Thauksgiv-  Smoko Brown's'Uni _ri' Cigar.  LOST���������in or near the Opera. House,  on Ibe evening of October 25th. a  Lady's Fur Huff.. Finder will be  suitably rewarded by returning same  io Heu'au) ollice.  We have a. lot of Franieil Pictures  which we are selling at.just hull' price  for ;( few days.    This is a good chance  i to get  these  and  dou't miss it at lhe  j Canada Drug Store.  Smoke Brown's "Special'  state  SUCCO-r  w'nich  it tit'.- i  i ing  Dinner  tliu  douhtedly was.  Vuii   can   get   any   patent   mi'-dieine  vou want  at   lhe (!.-in.iila Drug Slote.  ill*    tliey    haven't   got   it in stock  tliey  j will gi-i it for you.  Rr  ���������ot   of   liens' drug store.  books  ^���������v^iC-^iit^iS^ViiiS.l^-ifiiiiiSiii-i������^.  ......i..... ,,.   .a*.   .......n   .....  for  ihe  organization  of a basket ball  club.     The  Rocky Mountain Hangers  fganizing a  team, so Unit i  ,. - through-  mglit to he the result.  c  are also  series  of interesting game  out the wintei  Five bye-elections in the Dominion  house take place on Nov. 2_. They  are "Wentworth. "West Lamblon,  North Yoik. Gaspe and Antigonish.  The Northwest vacancies are nol yi t  ready to fill. Hon. A. B. Ayleswonh  has been nominated for Norlh Yoi k  and has accepted.  In answer to a query as to whether  or not he intended lo resign his seal in  the local legislature .John Houston  wired on Monday- from GoliKields.  . Nevada. "I do not iniend to resign,"  indicating thereby lhat he will be on  deck to discharge the parliamenlary  duties the electorate of Nelson has  delegated to him.  i  i  I  %  p'  i  i  "1  $  li  (an  rii  STOCK FOOD  50c. and  1.00 packages  25H1. Pail  3.50.  POULTRY FOOD  25c. and   50c.  I 25c. and   50c.   pkgs.  ������  I  I   WORM POWDER  ������ For Cattle and Horses,  (.1  50c. per package.  A KRKSIl STOCK AT  WALTER    BEWS  Ptnm.  B.  DRUGGIST   AND    STATIONER  .Ni'xl In II1111K! Illoi'k.  !  I  %  i  1  1  ?  ������  Sl-igh  lure sto:  sleighs,  ai    Ifowson  thal's the jilace.  received   at  ftirni-  P-  ������  ������������6X_������3)������<-������iX-^^  FOU SALIv- ATtHl lb. Dayton Computing .Scale, apply at liom in-  Hios.  Smoke Brown's " r*.arca  Vueita "Cigar. J  Hiibbei-s, over-iioes, catdigaits. nny  style mid size at (..'. Tl. Jliiim-i! (.'o's.  Senega Cough Syrup wiil cure your  cough-- Bews'drug store. j  Sleighs for hoys, girls, babies and  dolls, at llowson's furniture store.  When buying le;i, we would likc'yoil  to hy onr 5 o'clock or Deri I fur bra.nds  sold only hy 0. 11. Hume & Co.  DHKSSMAKLXG-Mr.. Lee is prepared t.o do dressmaking and plain  sewing at   her residence on l-'onrl h st.  firing your prescription lo I.he Canada Drug Store, Ihey have a. vcry  large stock of the best, of Drugs and  will put thcm up carefully.  Bargains for Friday and Saturday--  bovs' heavy school boots $1.2."); Youths  heavy school boots Sjil.10, at C. li.  11 time <*v Co's, Lid.  Wo have a. large, slock oT Fundi ure  every va.iiely, your credit is gootl, KI  percent oil'" for cash---.lohii K. Wood,  lhe Dig  Fm nil in*:: Store.  Letluce. Celery, (irapes, (lanaiiaa,  Oranges aiul Lemons, as well as a carload of Salmon Arm's best apples, on  sale ul. (.'.  I>.  I fume iV Co's.  In conne.'.l ii.n with our cash business  we    now    oll'er   film    well bound books  regular price $!.'_.. for To cents each  Canada Drug Store.  Call and see our China, deparl incut  vve have 11 large assort nienl, of China  antl Japanese goods all the lalesl. designs - C. li. 11111110 fc Co.  HOUSE  FOIi SALE  R.  Six-liooined House on  Fourth Street for sale,  about .*> minutes walk  from C. P. fi. Shops.  Iii-iuci'li.-i te possession.  For particulars apply-  on the premises t.o  J.    BURGAR,  Cruel Brand on Little Child  ���������; NliW ."W'lSSTJII.VSTIiH, Oct. ol���������A  cruel trick was ]ii't-pel rated. on an  innocent, young child in, tliis city otic  day last week by some person at  piesent unknown, vvho painfully  burned her check with a red hot  brand. '       *.-   '  The victim of the otiliagcous deed  was Kitnicp,- the bright little c'aiighler  ol: Mv. and Mrs. Alex L. Archibald, of  Fourth avenue, who is not yet quiUi  I wo ve;|i-s old. Sho .was. playing  around the house on Tuesday afternoon last, ,and it was when her mother  was busily engaged that she strayed  from home, going west along Fourth  avenue. Sho was gone about an hum;  and when slie re!urned the brand of  the' letter ._ was plainly*marked on  her left cheek.  Tlie huming of Ihe brand did not  seem to pain the child much at the  time, but for a couple of days following she suffered a gieat deal, and  medical .aid was sought and her pain  was relieved us much as possible.  'Fortunately the. brand was not  pressed hard enough to leave a permanent scar, and it is now disappearing  although the oul line of tlie stamp and  the letter S is still plainly visiblo. The  child is not old enough to talk yoL or  tell where the   brand   wtis  put. on,  so  lt"V'.Js_.|il  TlTiTjWfOTtitfffRraRr  coinmilied the trick or what their  reason could have heen for doing it,  lull it was so well put on and so evenly  that Ihey are inclined to believe that,  it. ������as 11 deliberate act on the part of  some grown person.  ������iKiiitii<pg������ltiiM������<i  I ������  M������___<_i3ii__ia_j_J^*a-  We Siave a complete  iir.e of the Bcsi Imported and Domestic  Cigars.  BESY VALUES IN TOWN  When you want good  Cigars Give us a Call.  Red Cross Drug (e-  UMITI.D.  Bring;    Ub Your   Prescription-     ������. *  Trafalgar Day.  We are sure that all those who were  present at St.   Andrew's church  Sunday Oct. 22nd, must  have  thoroughly  . I enjoyed Die.  excellent serinon,  which  j 3D- (.'aider preached inconneclion with  * ������������������ i thai (lay which  meant  so   much,    not  a i only for (.real I'rilain. but for l.uropi>  ? iaiifl Ihrough ICiirope the world.  * I ,  1',     Mr. Culdei's sermon   was  not  only  ���������[ in!eri'sl ing froni a moral standpoint,  s ! bill, was bi'iii'lliiial from a historical  ,; point of   view.      The   various -events  ��������� I which led up  lo   the   war,   Napoleon's  ��������� ', schemes and bow Nelson helped fo  J   checkmate    lhem.    lil.lle   -ketches   of  * 1 .Vclson's cha racier and life and lhe  naiiner in which he faced overwhelming rlifficulLi'-fi, all tliC'-e were skillfully  and I'h'veily handled and piesented in  .such a. manner as lo engross the  attention of the large crowd which  was present.  Ir is well for 11-1 lo keep lb" lives of  such men as Nelson ever fresh in our  memory, in order Ihal we may sve  how giv.-il men lived, and how Utile  ihey (hough! of self. Did we but hear  .I'li'iiei of such lives we would blush  or .haine al lite petty thoughts which  illen prompt our actions, we would  ���������ntli'tivor I o branch out into nobler.  i..|'.er lives, and the e.otmuunity in  vhich we lived would benefit by such  1 ml we should have llic satisfaction ol  mowing I hut our lives had not heen  lived I'm- lhe mere gratification of our  &SA^SS'"v*>:i*'i>������*^  Jhe j$* &. tjeorge Company  For the  Next Ten  Days  to   further   Reduce    Our  Stock we will give 1-3 Off j  aU Our Regular   Prices   in  Our Dry Goods  and   Men's  )  Furnishing Department.       .  No Reserve  I  r 0ash 1-3  Terms Cash  ���������j  y      ______   w  I Jhe Ji. &, Qeorge Company 1  % 1  <>'0"^^-C*"*.<S>'$>O ^^^^^<^^4>^^>-0^0^^  T  All the icprcscntativc Styles of  Hats foi* Fall and Winter wear await  you here.  All the Stars arc here. Soft or  Stiff Hats.  You'll be surprised at,the excellent  | values   we   give   you   for  moderate  prices. ' .*.  We've every good kind, color ar.d  shape of; Hat that's worthy of consideration. :  We've' alarge assortment of * Hats'  and Caps for Boys and Children.  Allthc Nawest Styles and Fancies  in 1-Iatdom.  ,  All the Late'Shapes and Styles.  acdonald  REFGWvW^Wtt  ������������������������������������"������������������������������������������"*���������������������������������-������0<������-*������**"<J>**"������>-*-*- ^-������������������������4^^<  CHOICE  ��������� i  ��������� !  -tEVELSfOKE  ASSESSMENT DISTRICT  TAKI'l NOTfCK Hint I kIhiII lioltl a Court of  l-uvisioti nnd Aiipcnl, iiikIlt tliu "Awnes.incut Act,  lrtu.*i," for tliu Kevol-itokc AHMossniunt J)i8trlct dh  >l outlay, the 271 h ilny of November, UK).-, nt tho  hour of 11 o'clock iu the forenoon, ut thu Court  Ilniise, Kevelstoke,  J.nted nt ltevelstoke, this 23nl duy of October,  ioor..  .lud^e of the Court of Kevision nnd Ai:  llevelstoke AriHOHsment DiHtriet of  West Kootenny.  Fs'tiits  Vegetables  Fresh Butter  Eggs, S-C.  F-l_l__T_Ppct. n*^*PT*T*t__JII MM I Hi  Call and inspect Stock  OUR PR!CES ARE RIGHT  _E__Bf___-___t_  Altir & Letfgerwstd  THE  GROCERS  Cor.  I-'irst  St.   .'tnil  Oi'ton   Ave.  B������__S_U___  Corporation of the City of  Revelstoke  ********* *0**0****0***ll������*9   OWO .t'lfl.ll ("|0._1CS.  Subscribs   for   Tin-:  Herald  Two Dollars per year.  NOTICE  The -U.tention of the puhlic is ciilletl  to the City .By-Law- reiiiiii-ing ehinir  ntiys to lie cleaned at lfast once every  six months; find householders are.;'re-'  quested to act accordingly.  Thu Council is prepared to make  ai'iaripenioiits with a licensed sweep  to perform the ahove work. ���������'.  II.  FLOYD,  City Clerk.  Job Printing at the Herald.  When you want satisfactory  Furnace or Base Burner. Coal  Try the .Semi-Anthracite Crow's  Nest Coal  i9.50  PER  TON  Orders left at Lawrence Hardware Store pron.ptlv attended  to. -  SWAN  CARLSON  Agent,

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