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 /     -f  1-   I  '    "s  .  I  1 Ai.  ���������������tfyMtM  A  i-t  -y 'ij v" -"** ;������������o*,i,vi  , . ,V''"/'^^I  -j',,-j.fi  * V- 9  '   "    Provincial Lihrary  rv'.y,..  READ BY"   "  5fi00  THE HOTEL VICTORIA  K. K. J.KASOX,  VICTORIA.        -,     B. C.   ,  AiiH-riciui niul Kuropcnn 1-liui,'  Aniorlciin I'liin f2.<>0 nml Upwanl*.  Ptcnin Hcnlcd.          Sample rooniB.  aw���������niiiiiiwiiiii ���������iihiiw'iiiiimiiii   REVELSTOKE. B. C, AUGUST i: 1903.  $2.00 Per Year  IN ALL LINES OF " ������   ,  Staple and-Fancy Dry Goods  Ready-Made ClotKing-,  Men's Fupnishirigs, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes  Our Geo. A. Slater "Invictus Boot" is a Daisy.  Ask to'see it-  '   . y  "4  f # >  >''*-   ' Notice:'a;Few of Our Special Lines:  .      ''- ' ������������������      " , ,'      HEUULAlt  i . i        , ' , '  y Men's Suits in grey and mixed colors, $6.50;"  "Men's Suits in grey and mixed colors,  10.00, ,  , MeiVs"Suiis in grey;and,mixed colorsyi 1.00,  ,  ,������ Men's Rain Coats.*. .' .'*...'. .' ���������'���������': 16.00,  ' Men's' Rain Coats/.' '   'Men's Tan Boots.'^jr Willow Calf  7-75-  5.00.  5-������������>;  '400,  2.56,  io.oo,  ' 6.00, ,  'Ladies' RaiirCoats :., 4-75'.,  > Men's'Tan Boots,  -��������� Mcii's Tan Boots,  9 -Men's Black Boots,."  ��������� " Ladies' Rain Coats.  Ladies' Rain.Coatsf  "-"Vici'Kid..."  ;;     B6x-Calf..(.  " " bon'colfiJKi'd/  " ������   O *-  NOW  $4 50.  - 7.00  ,7.50  io.oo  5.00 :  ' 2.50  '2.'50<  '200'  "1.25;  1,7.00  4 00  3.00  JUSTiRRRED  >V fine'assortment ^of\ Dress, and  <   '      ' Curtain'Muslins.  .Kindly favor us with your inaif order  ���������tv It will receive pVonipt attention.   .  W. J G-EORGFE  * -*'    -* *      *  ,  " '*���������)* '"Successor:. toTaylor Bros. & Geoi giV Limited.   v  .   , *   . , ,,  fa)  \fa~~  I,?: Xf&i'Z-Y^iZi. -^READY-MADE'CLOTHING,'-''��������� '-'* -V^W  rip   '  ,fa  "fa'y  fa _  BMorh' BramL-B. C.: Union Made''Overalls,-Shirts, etc.  ' -, "' v      ���������* , - -  "  /-'   "'Boys'Suits,1 Boots,yHatspkncrCaps:   " ^  fa  rS  '������W)  'fa'  r������>  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  ���������   -      REVELSTOKE STATION, B   C.  ,   ,'  < >        . -       "        1      -  -���������.Krrit^.tmy"*11'^^  Mail    .  Orders  "Uept.  There  One, is to  business.  are two ways of keeping".store,  cut up antics. The,other is to^clo legitimate  Straight Business every day is what, we try to do. No  tricks here with our consent or knowledge. "You cannot  find a moie,complete, varied and reliable stock of goods  anywhere, and'we. make it our aim.to^kccp it so. Some  times we have goods we are willing to part with at a reduced price. ' When vou'see" a price quoted you may de-'  p'end on its being a "Bargain.    We insist on its being  so or money cheerfully refunded.  y, - - ���������������- -  For Monday, August 3rd. you will find  one or more items in most of the Departments ticketed  as advertised  Grocery Dept.  JNliillV Diamond  t!lmi"l<itu  111 \ H) i.iUe-, ieiiul.il- I Or,  Monday Price 6c  Tinware Dept.  A ].~>-(-ii,iit-   Di-lip.m, pl.iU'tl  Tin, ii-iruliir 7.-JC.  Monday Price 40c  Dry Goods Dept.  Lii1i.-n   While  IU a nl ir 75r  UniU'i-'^ii I,  Monday Price 50c  Hat Dept.  Mi'ii nnd Iki}^ ITiiiirv Sti.iw  Mills ivkiiIhi-."iOc, 7.Vj, $1.00  All for Monday  Price 25c.  Boot and Shoe  Department.  A in.in'  t-in-iit-  .    s|.| vi(. CI I lit'    Silt"',  --kIi'   ur l.t( i', I ei'iilfil  Monday Price $1.90  VISITO-R^   WELCOME.  LIMITED.  Millinery and Dressmaking- Parlors Second Floor  ���������3S35SHBfE^Sf������KS2S2^SES3iaS  FERGUSON NOTES.  , i  ''      ���������       *.'  Sandberg v. Ferguson Decision���������  Happy Boys���������Other Items.'  t      From Our Own CorroMKintlont.  The news of the decision of Mr.  Justice .Martin iii.fnvof of Andiew  FerRUbOii, tlie defendant in tlie recently heard adverse case of 'Sand--  beig v. Ferguson, has been received  with immense public satisfaction,  as it is consistent, with manifest  fair play and squares with the spirit  which does not tolerate claim  jumping on meie legal technicalities from'whatovcr source suggested  It-will tend to put the public mind  at ease, foi; claim jumping is bec-  coming', nioie of a nuisanco than  people imagine. Luckily it is con-  lined to a few. This decision may  peiliaps give them pauso' and load  them to tlie conclusion that it does  not necessarily follow ,lhat because  auman carries the Iteviscd,Statiies  in his'grip that he can get a , grip  on wh.it isn't his'ii. Mr." Sandberg  will now have the pleasure of'paying the- costs, and ''reflecting0 that  many iumaifgocs out to shear and,  comes home shorn.  , ,' y   ;-.  yThe result suggests unsold conn-,  try yarn- "I'm out o'the way sorry  Mick," said Jim, ,'ye wo'r bat in thc  jig duncin' match be Patsey., ( AVill  it cost yejnuehj- Mick?," y \  . ".The fulLo* me hat," said Mick,  ruefully' enough.' "Money'for the  piper-Unit played (for me,"'and more  for the dhrinks, for 'them that  cheered ine till I hear bust me gizzard JeppiiVaniT boundn', thinkiri'  I had him beat;>n' four-times that  agin fur Patsey^ an' his'inusican'  dhi ink galore fer his crowd���������an'.he  had , the ��������� seven parishes i aback o'  him: My grief! 'tis'I'll have to'pay  fer thc w'allopin',1 got0 an' Patsey's  spoit and," music,, and his fiicnds  devarshun into the bargain."  " 'Twill amost^beggar 'ye, Mick,"  said Jim in deepcommisserat'ion. P  , '"Twill,"' repHcd Mick, bitterly,  "an' the divil's cure '*to 'ine!,'. Why  didn't''I dance to a tune ofrne own,  instid o' wan'b' thepiper!smakin?"  , "Faith'Mick," eaid. Jim, ''you're  lainiri'v'wisdom.thro yer-nbse." .'  . j "Worse nor that," answered Mick.  "I'm lernin' it .thru nie pocket.  'Ijis^cowld cidihfort." { , 'V->', '' \'  '"v ,.^nii',ricun.N-ci;*''qK.oi'iN'bN.-'.���������', - 4  J.y B^rbn* NrrjV'lti lo ypfy ttie.T'Slocsin'  Siaf,: Sandon'^'was^gbod, chough to'  'decline" <i\few ''days ago ''wefof the  Kooten.i}' countiy-.owned "th'c "richest coiner of God's,footstool. 'But  Mr."White recognized a defect, saw  without a high-power magnifier one  drawback���������the' Kootenays are at  tho wiong side of thc 4(Jth parallel.  Tli'ere you aie,"you see. If this region only belonged to the United  Slates then indeed we would be  happ\���������maybe. And 'then again  maybe not.  v Who thinks it requires thc shifting of the>international boundary  to lender'Ed Morgan and Frank  llolten happy? t As a 'matter,'of  fact the pay streak of 'their second  class happiness assays acress the  width over 500 ounces of free.mill-  mgjoytothe ton of ordinary human gloom.'. History docs- not  record.their shipping joy. It must  be a,wonder. They came in "here  the other day and started a small  riot at the Ophir-Lade block by  means 'of a sack of, rocks .they  biought up from Poplar,creek.  The specimens were extraordinarily ncli. Ferguson is not a town  easily excited about rich finds or  high values,. We are accustomed  to them. This stuff .shook up the  most unemotional. As a matter of  sober fact and earnest the gold  could be seen with the naked eye  at a-distance of'30 feet. A showing of ordinary galena of equal size  would be' looked .on^s a fair indication. Another piece had a nugget of rusty gold stuck to it 14  inches long, 1 inch wide and a  quarter of an inch thick, and that  was only part of the gold in that  specimen. So with thc rest of the  suck. Piobably they were hiking  aiound !f>1.000 woith of gold in  those old gunny sacks.  We are not an emotional people.  One man came along and twisted  about 25c worth of gold off one  sample with his fingeis. "What's  _*er think o' that, Jack?" asked a  b\slander "Oh, pnrty fair touch,"  iem.uked Jack, throwing the piece  back in the bag. Another asked a  friend '"See the rocks Ed and Frank  brought in? Its a marvel for sure."  "Uh-huh," grunted the friend,  "looks as if they'd struck something" That man was right. They  have stmck something. More luck  to them nnd more power to their  elbowr! We can have our own  local Moigans f.nd Rockefellers  soon.  iiizi.i) now.v Tin; .ton.  Two \ oiing Englishmen came  along the other dny, Robei t G.  ILirgraw'-' and Tomas Hudson,both  South Ahican -.derail*. They are  two Ii.ikK lads and tackled lhe fiist  jolt whidi ntfi'ied, like men. It wn--  on   a   >uiu'\ing   trip away up tliu  Duncan country. iTho'y held down  the job to tlie "entire ' satisfaction of the surveyor.' No wonder.  Hargrove*! found \ it necessary to  hang on to a ledge of rock with one  hand while his body swung clear  over a drop of,a few* hundred feet.  The , strain was such that a gold  ring he had oivburst his finger clear  across, lie managed to swing to a  small tree'and'so'sieved his life. He  remarked on the' trip that he and  his friend wouldobj'j no means have  missed'the experience. Thos-e lads  aro distinctly,nil right, '   '  i ,iVuni������Nf>. ,   4  (  The1 machinery for the Great  Western mill al Fjvc-inile is coming in steadily. .Until such,time  as the flume is constructed thc'saw  mill will b'e'run byj, steam power.  The'engine', ��������� boiler, etc., have already gone' up and will be soon in  position, 'i There afe ten stamps  with cams, cam shrifts/shaft guides  shoes, dies and batteries now at  Trout Lake 'for .the,portion of thc  mill where the auriferous quartz off  the Sunshine andLAjux will be  treated.' Something ''like * 170 men  are now on 'the pay roll of the company, and,it is said,that more men  would be put on aCthe Nettie L if  .there was accommodation for tlieni.  ���������" T.J.Beattj' oi Vancouver brought  in some very fine silver-lead   ore  a  ���������* >.������-,������  gi'nal stalcings  W. B. Pool, and is likely-to prove  in every respect as valuable a property. The specimens brought;in  were takeh,from" th'6' suiface , and,  would run'fully !100oz. silver with-*  out a trace" of .zinc. \ Mr. Bentty<is  about having the Imperial Limited  group on Gainer creek surveyed and  crown granted. He^ has just completed thfci necessary,'assessment on  this pioperty.   ',-   ���������],'/' '/  Miim'GDEkh,  ' is ' y''        s'1. i \  i   "i  The 'Alice Property* at .Trout Lake  ,���������  ' tWhanqes Hands.;'  Another milling deril'ol| intcicst Jin  this section unci niore^p.ii ticul.n ly.ib'  Tiout Luke, was,cloWil at the luttei  place*1 on Wednemlay, 'i' when. G."  Stead, 'who owns tlie -Lucky,-Jack.  Horseshoe, Ethclj-X'Y Z, Jilue' J.ry,  arid C'll near Tiout L'nkc,' closed 'ne-  ,goti.ition������, wliicli'-lmd been ponding for  sofiie'irioh ths," for-tlie,'imfcliHae of -tire  fAlice piopnrty owned^jiV Xbinh.imson  Biosrand J. 0. Piper, each, holding, a  half interest.,-..Tlie,pi ice paid bus, not  been'divulged <-lmt is said to bo inconsiderable amount, a liit-t pnyniciit'of  which wns1 mnde on tho spot! th'c balance ,being"diic in equil paj incuts at  six and twelve months ,  " - i   ^  The.Ahce is situated on SiKei Gup  mountain and adjoins on the'noitli-  west side the Ciomwell which, dining  the past two oi llnec \o ns,' li.is ^lii[>-  ped consideiable oie and leeched huge  letuins. In 1890 the Alice was located  by Abralumso:: Bios and H Lungiell,  together with thc iCiomwell, groining  Star, IXJj and other claims, and was  held by them until tince ye.us <ngo,  when .r. 0 Pipei acquiicd Mi Lang-  lell'a half inteiest' Development,of  the pioperty consisted of assessment  work which was done (from rtime to  time at inrious places pioving the suiface showings to bo good m-all cases,  no definite plan of work having been  adopted at any time. i  MALAKWA.  ,      From our own Corro^iitiiiclont       ,  Om wentlici is still \ciy change.ilile.  Potatoes   flum  1 to '2  lbs.   weight  each .no foi s.ile by John Smith,  i Thefc is-an    .ibund.tnt ^supply  of  wild  fnut and  a splendid  sample at  that.  Hay milking  is   the ' geueial   oidei  amongst   us   when   wc   can   .mange  things that way between showcis  Oui usual sei vice, held heie e\eiy  two weeks by 'W. Pan, was not held  owing to sonic  unaccountable reason.  Misses Linn und Ilulda Johnson,  sisteis of Mis Ericksou, left heie  Wednesday foi Tacoin.r having spi-nl  a \eiy enjoyable wail  Chailes nnd Enuk Enckson Inu-e a  veiy line cioi> of liny thii year winch  is pu//.hng tlii-in to lind loom lor aftei  lnrung eioctcd one laige bain iihendy,  besides thcii othoi ones being full  GUN CLUB.  The weekly shoot was held yestei day  aft moon, 20 Inula nt iiiibnown iinglcs,  when some \i-i^ good seoies weio iniidc  as will be seen by tlie following list:  A  McDonell    IS   If)  J. Guy Barber   ia  J. Martin ..  .     ..'...J2  A. McRae   n        10  ..8  Dr. Cross        0  A lcpiescntatnc team of Ji\clea\cs  tomonow for Golden to take pint in  the shoot foi the Cowan-lIoltcn-Downs  cup which comes off theie thc following day. The cup will no doubt ho on  e\hibition in thc city upon theii 10-  tuiu. Thc team will be chosen fiom  the following: McKae, H.uU-i, Stindy,  McDonell, Skene nnd 11  A. Biown  No .") com ".mm It   .Ml  It  e\ei> Tiiesdaj a I 7JJ0 p. in  dill  ROSSLAND  GENTLEMAN  Nearly Scalped by an Infuriated  Grizzly Bear. r .,  ,George Bain returned to Ferguson Wednesday fiom Hall creek tor  medical < treatment, owing to severe  injuries inflicted on ,him .Tuesday  evening by a grizzly, about thiee  miles below tho'Jewel cabin. ' '  Mr. Bain and a companion, John  Kennedy, were making'a short cut  for camp through very dense scrub  and underbrush'on the mountain  side when they heard sounds as of  a bear slapping or cuffing her cubs  a slight distance below them. They  were wholly unarmed, but took-no  particular notice of the matter unci  pushed on for home. . Mr. Kennedy  was leading *his companion by a  few yards when he heard the bear  crash th rough Jthe underbrush and  saw her (ling herself furiously'on  hia companion. A blow .from1 her  paw carricd'Mi. Bain to the ground  wheie he lay as if dead. ' In falling  the hear -had snapped his,,right  hand and aim sevcial .times in her  jaws. *Tho. attack hardly lasted  five bccon'ds.y'Seeing' her victim  lying still as death,'the bear turned  and crashed * back again through'  'the cover. After some minutes Mr.  'Kennedy approached 'his companion who happily was not unconscious. Mr.'" Bain 'struggled to ��������� his  feet with thc,scalp oiythe left side  of' his head'" hanging over his face  'like'a h'orriblc bleeding mask. The  sight almost unnerved Mr. Kennedy  so dieadfuhywas the appearance  presented by his unfortunate(com;  panion,;whose crippled arm,'drip-*  ping "blood, hung * useless "by his  side. As well as he could he bound  up thewounels with -handkerchiefs.'  He then' found' that, Mr.'' Bain's  scalp had been ripped''off "almost  fiom the 'nape of. the neck J , The  left, eai .was cut in two, while'the  foiehead wa's bare oncotic,side from  the no.-e to the'-(ear,- "the- eyebrow  having been,torn-across'in a ragged  gaping,wound. j-'.'Thu .mah'was'in a  truly pi Liable-,;! nil Urrrible condition  as the result,of.th'at few second's  onslaught of- theft infuriated.brute.  Ho/ never" once vwineed iir-com-  pla'ined,,b,ut set-out,for''the 'cabin,  Lhiee long'rmoiintainy-miles-;'-.iwiin,  thiough" tohg'led '.brush" 'and'^over  logs and 'locks', -notyknowing -'the  moment the attack might hcjre-  newccl.  ' y   *  "I'hey ieache(Tthc?cabin about"?  p. m'. Heie Capt. tDavey of ^Cani-  borne/was .waiting for them, ,of  coutse wholly ignorant of what had  occuned. "He and Mr. Kennedy  resorted to the best means at.1 their  disposal to make'Mr. Bain comfort-  aule foi llu night. Al be.-t it 'was  but ' make shift surgery, though  kindly and skillfully ' lendered"  Wednesday morning at 5 a. m. Mr.  Bain staiti-d on horseback���������Mr.  Kenned} walking���������ah el reached  Ferguson about 8 p. m.'without  getting out of the saddle.'- This is  certainly.a remarkable feat for a  man so seriously injured.  Mr. Bain at once proceeded to  the hospital, and/when -last seen  wa*- under thc influence of anesthetics and bY'ing operated on to an extent that gave one a vivid idea of  what he imist liaxe suffered. Mr!  Kennedy fears Mr. Bain will lose  his left. eu-. Appaientlv there is  not much danger of this, but a more  serious danger may havo to be  dealt with should signs of blood  poisoning present themselves.. Most  unfm tuna tely septic poisoning on 1\  too often follows wounds"from wild  beasts more especially from their  nails as in this case.  Wholly unprovoked ottacks .by  beais in thc L<uduau is most unusual ii net unprecedented. 'In 90  cases out of 100 the attack is made  by lhe animal when suddenly m-  tiudeil on or 'jumped' asdic saying  has il. A 80-30 Wmohoetoi caibine  is a light gun, Kimo G4 pounds in  weight; is handy and easily packed.  Such a gun shooting soft-nosed bullets will, in the hands oi a cool  man. knock out the biggest griz/.ly  tliatevui wine fin���������even old Johnny  Snowshoi' himself who haunts the  high giound by Hall cicekand who  is supposed���������hy his tracks���������to  weigh a ton.  BOURNE'S  \ "���������""���������'������������������~���������^ t  IT ,     '  A,large consignment of CROCKERY  '. '"just to hand, including all kinds of,  i"'', GLASSWARE for Hotel;!and;House-  1   hold use. < < : ." - -   ��������� '���������.   ,' "*-' -  ���������y-A-  Al'.  ' /No. ^"'CREAMERY, BUTTER* in  prints and boxes, EGGS, California;  and British Columbia. FRUITS arriving daily'by'Express.    .',* "  n ���������-.,'   . ��������� ap  '   *       y ���������.  Headquarters rfpr/Groceries^ jj^X '  ' of Guaranteed-Quaiity?^"^"- y,JV ':  ������       * *   ?r 1 vr*   r  ���������    "i  ^ -* 4  ' * t " i. .      *(. 1  sTJm  ,. >;*yKy&|  " ''-V?f/Hwil  V';\������  ���������'���������'-'jWHA  '"-i-JiiSSc.1!  Men's All-Wool Tweed SmU^ST.OO  Lndit".' Sailor" H.di; -.alf pi id' 23(._  Men's'.Shoe^��������� We 'nn- oift'i'iug' 'ii*siu'������lialslwi'giiin  in'J'a*'-ITrfrd>^.-���������  " AVciiring Shoe Ihw senSjon at-$2.30,  ������reid &.young;;  Special'Attention to1" Mail Orders.  DRV GOODS MERCHANTS.  HUVBLSTOKK. B. .0. ���������  -,  Write for Samples.'  AgHiils'foi   Bnttt-iick Pitttprns.  4> SJ^,ii  ���������' ���������: '^:ydff  ���������u  iyii  .4  fWMKuwt -trju Stir*'.     Ofty <vr  /  -   -V i-a'  ���������fi'Al'.l,  .  '<"->-' L  yrVA|  ��������� y<%l  \ iyr H  S-y'-P,  ���������"* y  ,y.li  ">rj*'  ���������yy  ^1  ���������v- * .ll  M. A. SMITH & CO,, Agents, Revelstoke, B.C.  FIRE VALLEY.  Fiom our own currc-iioiuli'iit.  William Caldei letiuneil fiom Nelson \cstciclny  Mr. Mai tin ot liosslaud spent Saturday and Sunday in the Valley.  Axel Johnson, who has been away in  the Yukon counliy for the past fourteen months, has 1 etui nod to tho  Valley.  Owing to thc ininy weather ranch-  cis aie baling a haul time trying to  bii-e their hay laiyu quantities of it  being cut nnd spoiling in the fickK.  Italic your calendar oideis for  J001 till the lepiesu intiic of the  Kooten.i\ Mail calK to ������������������������ ow jou our  sampli s  R. HOWSON <Sc CO.,  Furniture Dealers, House Furnishers and Undertakers  Have just opened the largest stock  of Carpets in the city. .  Linoleums, Rugs, Toilet Ware and General House Furnishings  McKii.szii: A\-i:vi-f. - IiKVHLSTOKB.  ALUMINUM WARE.'  For Saturday night only wc are  crivincr  a   Discount  of  !5 per cent on all Aluminum Ware  rji-iii^ si,l>- ai^'iils \\f mi' lakinjr this  mi'llioil   nf  iuli niliii'iii'i   I In s,, ^  jjikhIs  at a it-iiinik.ilil-' low ll-jtii'i-.    Wi* will gi\i> v<m'��������� i!U n.iiiii'i'������t illi *f*  t'vi'iy ailii Ii'>ou liny in Ihi**   wiiu-   lh������r  tln-rc  i-i  Xo   Itiisl.   X<>   11m nl >g>  Taste, No DaugL-r ot Poisun, Not Airt-clt-d by Acid and inisiuwh ks tfL  in half the lime. 3^  Be sure and take advantage of this Special Sale. *f*  W.   M.   LAWRENCE ^i���������������T    |  X   Taylor Block, Mackervai- Avimium, - BEVJiLSTOFvK. B. O *������������  ^'^tf������|^1*4������Ji#vt-4-*t1*4^l^'^ f'  ' e  I >y '<  THE KOOTEJMAY MAIL.  !>-'  TEbe Ikootenas flfoafl  y ruiiusirrcn Saturday.  '    , ���������AT���������  h'       '   REVELSTOKE, B.C..  Subsortptlon   Prioo,   S2.00   Por    Annum  "AUVKRTISIN'G ISATKS on itppIU-iilioii  CIiuiikc-i Iii HdvoillfOinuiilh iiiu-,1 no In liy  luosfluy of cnoli week to Milan n unoil (llu-  piny. Timber noticu-i, sgimu nilii a-. Uii/.iillu,  $5 for cucli location.  JOI1 J'UI.N'TINO promiilly umuiiIciI hi kiiimiii-  . ,    ublo rates,       , ,, ���������  ACCOUNTS ' for   piinliii-;   and    iuIw-hInIiii;  "   payable on lli-ht of iiinnili; 'Mili.ulplloiw  payable In nilvaiiu;,  COHUKSPOKllKNCK  Invilul   on  iiiiiHiiih of  public , uiloicM.   C'oiiiiniiiilcii'.ioii^ |o  lull-  lor   must,   bo iiccoiiipanluil   bi    niuiiu  of  ���������Arlior, not nccUMirlly foi piililluillon. liul  fth uvldoiu-u of koikI fullli.   Coiun-iiondonoo  i,     rmii.1,1 uucli lho olllco hy WcdiieHliiy uvun-  ���������lr.K. ,     ,  Addrofin  TllK KooTHNAY JNlAlL,  Phorii- No. ]:{.'���������    ,������ ItoveNtolie, 'B.C.  *<i.  Wo roquost our numerous poadors to  favor  us with tholp assistance In  making- tho KOOTENAY MAIL, tho  ' most  valuablo ' advertising- inedl-  um   In ,tho  Kootenays  by giving1  '   tho proforenoo, whon making purchases   to   thoso  firms  who   arc  rog-ulap advoptlsers in tho KOOT-  ' ENAY MAIL. -      ,  is identifioel, tliat scores of con&orv-  utiyos, wlio have liilhcrto boon  active workers in fcdoral campaigns,  frankly avow'thoir intention of supporting liberal candidates in the  coming provincial campaign, believing that in this way only can  the reforms necessary lo reestablish  Hritish Columbia upon a i sound  financial' basis 'bo acconiplislicd.  This feeling i.s not peculiar to the  interior. On the const nml on the  island the ruling sentiment is that  nr cleiin sweep must be made of the  element that bus for so many years  clogged progress and prevented anything liko businesslike administration of public affairs."    ���������    ���������  'V-  I ur  ,      CITY ACJKNTS.,,  Copies of Tin:, Mail may be obtalnr-I fiom  Lho following city agents:   '  .1. W. Ili.x.vi.i-i.  as* ada I'kuo *c Hook Co.  "    , K li. \\'1.I,IA.,      ', '  ~r 7.0 N UON' (KNC LA ND) aFkNIxT. ~|  , Our IChkIIsIi ollleos nio alllO l-'loel stiuet, London, i:. C, where .Mcs-,r���������. K. & .1. ll.udy .-c Uo  will receive for us Kiifll-h new vi'bMiilpi Ions  nnd nilvurtlserncnls und where a llio it kept of  ihisliii'-ur for the usL-lfiuoof uhaiKc) ol iw> ol  our renders \lilUni; London and ilcxiiotii nl  seeliiK the lutc-a Issue po-.siblo of Ills 01 hei  local papur. t        t,  & J.'*IJAHDY, &'GO.      "  IIO.MU ANI' COLONIAL ,    "H  ���������-ABVKHTIMNG. l'HKSS AND       ,  A I'THOH'S A CI ICNTa <,v.s-|>  Nl.'Wbl'.U'Jill COllKKsl'ON'llKN'lS,  30 Fleet Street, -        London, Knoi.a.mj.  CAN A III AN  ISU.SINU.SS A-SI'KCIALTY.'  y' '-  HARVEY, McOARTER  -  AND PINKHAM,  - . Il.VRKISTEKS,'&OI.ICITOUS,.lSTC.  UKKICK8 :     JlIOWiONB   IJAVIC' IlI.OCK,    Ul.VI.I,-  ��������� '     ��������������� ���������> ���������" .8IOKB, 11. C.  Money to loan.  Officer.: Kevelstoke, 11 C;  (3eo. S. McCartkr,  A. M. Pinkham,  Rev olhtoke, U. C.  Koi t Steele, Jl. C.  ,        , r. ,  J. A. Hauvhy,  Foi t Steele, 13. C.  'E -MAISTRE & SCOTT,  Bariiist-ijus. Solicitous, Notakiks  ,   ,    - - Puhi.ic, IStc  FiisLSlr'ect.  Revulstoke, B.U.  E  DWAKD A. IIAGGEN,  '.,.  I <r" '.  \P>' -  ��������� ��������� ^\i '  Ill's?  1 fi'P >  Mining Exoixishk,   ,  (Aleni.' Aiiierican  Institute Alining Kiikiiicli.-.)  -r    '    (Morn. Canadian Mining Int.tituto.1  ���������Revelstoke, B. U. ,  Examination of and icpoits on Mineial I'm-,  ���������    ,., pei ties a Specially.  H.  PERRY LEAKE.  MinniK Kn-jineor and Moliilliugi-it,  ..       ' "    Si'l.oiu.in.s:  and Ucports on  Minim:   JJiop-  Constructioii of Mining Mu-  '���������X.  Kxaimnations  ,,    , ertics.  Specification and  chincry. , ,  .TesU made of Ores and Coiitciitiationfoi-Chloi  ine end Ojanido Tieiitinenl.  Hydraulic 1'lanu. -t  Ikdforil McNeil Code..  V " , Bargains in Real, Estate.  ���������" *R1   900-'- story'dHelliriB  on Coiinnughl  ipiguUU   avenue, loiiUiiiiiii-; 5 looms.  1    *R*f   *^nn"1 stor>   cottage,11 j  looms,  lingo  ���������    ifJljUull   gaiden with small fimt in \iuien  *R*(   ^flfl-Comfortable    '-'-.story,     liionnicil  -pijOUU   liou^e vnd 2  lol>,  ne������]j   painted  (".nd fenced.  (D-l   ITsO���������7-roouitd cottage with ballnooni.  v q>l,\JO\J   ]0t,oCMOU.  -Large 2-������toiy house, 11 looms., all  modern roin cuicnccs. A genuine  bargain.  -Restaurant   building ��������� on   l'nsl  sticct; splendid oppoitunitj   foi  ^ ���������  light partj; kooiI terms.  CI Qnft���������2-story residence, ^\eli built,  con-  s"ioy������   mining S looms.  -H story cottage,  j  looms  and  bath  room, near C. P. It. shops.  CI  nfin--otorJ"  I,0lls������-  ' rooms, near Jle-  + l,"Ul'   kenzie avenue.  Cl  Qfin���������2 story  house  containmg.S  rooms.  qil.OUU   cellar full si/e.  flj-|  inn���������ll-stor- cottage, G looms, lot 10\-100  CQ  flfin���������2-storj   niodcrn residence, 11 lots in  CpO,UUl"   good U������n.  fl-o  enn���������2J-tory ic-idenco coinpletc'nnd up  yj,3\}\J   to date, ������ith line grounds.  \XrE ������rc prepared  to loan niciiuj ou any of  T������     tlieabo\e propeities on tlie inoiitlily re-  pajrnent plan. ������.  *\T7"Kh'r.vo for s.ilc'.iii impio\ed farm   neiir  >\     the citj, stock, iniplcineiils, etc.   Pnce  Si.Gio.   Ciisli required $I,ouu.  \ LaO SUiicrc*! unimproved land ne.'ii Salmon  XV.   Ann station, pi rce ?'/lO on good tei ins.  LEWIS BROS. Beal Estate Agents  $1,550-  $2,000-  $950'  Xtbe Ikootena^ riDail  <UNIC31l(-&i.-)LAiEL>  SATURDAY, AUGUST I, 1003.  SCORING THE PREMIER.  Tlie Inland Sentinel. Kamioops,  comments on the premier's recent  tour through the interior as follows:  ''��������� 1'rumier McJSride is lnaking  himself siijiremcly ridiculous hy  the slatcnient.s lie i.~ giving out to  the pre.-s a-5 to the certainty of a  conservative victoiy in the coming  campaign. Ifc recently made a  tour of the Koolenriy district.-, and  at no point did he make an effort  to .-ecure any cx-prc-non of pulilie  opinion. I Iu saw a few of the faithful at .-eveial points, hut so far  from them telling him that his government would he sustained, he  wa.- informed at all the piineipal  points that unless some immediate  steps could he taken to unite the  party thr-re was precious little  chance of a conservative being  elected in a single Kootenay or  Boundary constituency Personally  McBride has no strength in the  interior. His leadership i������ distasteful to many eonsei v.itives who look  upon hi in aa a very weak man.  .Moreover, the feeling is so prevalent  that he stands for the old order of  things, that no radical changes in  the administration can he looked  for from any party  with which lie  B. C. DISTRICTS.  n      i  Ottawa House Decides on Electoral  Divisions.  The houndaries 'of .British Columbia under the new redistribution  bill have becn'seltlcd as follows:���������  (1) Comprising the provincial  electoral districts of Albeini, Atlin,  Co'inox and Skeena, and 'all that  portion of the provincial electoral  district of Richmond, all northeast  of corner thereof, southerly to northwest corner of the provincial  electoral district of Dewdiieyjthenco  in a straight line south-westerly to  the mouth, of the Si'iiitinish river,  at head of JJowe Sound; thence in  a southerly direction along ' the  easterly shore of JJowe Sound to  J3urmrd Jnlet.  " (2) Comprising the��������� provincial  electoral districts of Cianbro'ok,  Fer nio', JCa&lo^ Nelson, Revelstoke,  Rossiand, Slocan, and Yniir.   '  (3) Comprising   the , provincial'  electoral   districts ( of   Uowichan,  JSsquiinall, -Nanainio   City,    Newcastle, Saanich and tlfeJslancls.  ,  -   (4) Comprising   the   provincial  electoral , districts   of   Chilli'wack,  Delfn,  De.wdney,   and   New   West;  minster City.    All that  portion   of  the provincial electoral, district of  Richmond lying south' of   Buirard  Inlet, excepting the municipali'ty of  South   Vancouver,   and  'all    that  portion  of  the provincial electoral  district of  Yale adjoining the pio  vincial electoral district  of   Dewd-  n'ey, and lying west of  a'line commencing 'at  the  north-cast corner  of the provincial   electoral   district  of  (!hill-\vack,tthen   following  the  Kiaser liver to a point'oncmile beyond the village of Yale, and thence  following  a  straight   line   to 'the  north-east corner of  the provincial  electoral district of Vancouver City  and   the  municipalities   of   South  Vancouver  ancrNorth Vancouver,  and all   that  portion   of   the provincial, electoral"district  of   Richmond which lies east of  the'following described limits:    Commencing  ift the north-west coiner of thc pro-,1  vincial electoral district .of   Dewcl-  ncy, thence in astraight line southwesterly   to 'the .mouth , of  "-the  Squainish liver at thchead of Howe  Sound; thence  in   an  e.islcrly < di-  lcction along thenortheily shoieof  Burrard Inlet,  and   in a northerly  direction along  the  westerly shoie  of the noi tli 'arm   of  the said Bur-  i.iid Jniet to the northern extremity  of ������aid north arm. v   ���������*  (6) Comprising the provincial  electoral distiict of Victoria.  (7) Comprising the provincial  electoral distiicts of Cariboo, Greenwood, Grand Fork������. Kamioops, Lil-  looet and Similkameen, andf that  portion of Yale not included by  ibis act in the electoral district of  New Westminster. .  WHY I AM A LIBERAL.  NO. 7.  ,      '      (C'outiiiued.)    ���������  Jttiriiig tho lied river tiouhles the  intniihily of feeling in Toronto crystnl-  ised into tho Canada first pnity, which  rcsullcd in organisation of lho Ciin-  'iicliii.ii National' As-soointioii, and  National Club.  TECHNICAL.  Till:  XA'J'IOXAI,  POLICY,  These in turn became the sponsors  of "tho national policy." This policy  was .siniilnr to the programme of the  Quebec Houses, compiled 'two yours  before. Thomas J)'Aicy Miigco nnd  Edward Blnkowei'C its cliiol exponents,  Jilnkc has lieen' one of 'tlio great  leiidoih of liboralisiii ���������in Cuinula, ft  w'iih lie w'ho noiiiiiiiitcd Jjiiuriur, and  while our consei,viitiyoi friends claim  the liberaIs'liavc stolon "their policy it  is interesting,, to note thai uver two  years before Sir John Mai'doiiiild ox-"  poused the national policy, Kdward  Ulako, at Aurora, on Oct, ,'Jul, 187-1,  spoke for federation of tlio empire, re-  oi'giiiiisiition of the senate, compulsory  voting, , extension of lire franchise,  rcpiosciijuilioii of minorities. i lie said  it/wiis impossible to losler it 'national  spiiit unless we had national jntc'icsts  to attend to, or aiiiong people who did  not'oliooso to uiidertakc. tlio respoii-  sibilitic.-,, and to devote themselves to  tlio duties to which' national altii-  buW'S belong. J Io believed nn elVort  should be made lo reoiganiso the  onipiio onji fodoi'iil bn.sis, and that the  [leoplo of Canada should have some  Xicntci' hluiie of eoi.lrol in the iiiiiiiage-  niont uf ilh foioign iilVair.s,       u  To give oll'oot to the policy therein  expressed, Sir Wilfrid baurior and the  libeinl party have consistently devoted  their enoigius and inllueiiec, and with  such glorious success Unit tJicquestion  of imperial federation is today discussed in every coiner of the onipiio  and there is no question moie prominently beforo the British r statc'siiinii'of  today. ' -     ,  I'llO'l'IXITIO.V   ,  foiy iniliistiies    promises, tb   become  again u   live   question   in   dominion  polities and   with  a  view to considering its effect on parties  in   tlie.futuie  it is well to consider the history of thc  movement  in "Cuiiadii   in'  tlio   past.  Prior to thc'clcctions of 187G Sir John  A. Mucdonald   was   opposed   to   protection.    W. F. McLean,  M. 1\,  who  was closely  associated- with bun, says  be was   "timid   unto death   ol   pio-  tcctioii,'\tlint lie  bad   to  be  "bullied  into it, led into  Uncommitted to it by  otlieis," and that "when be thought it  grown, ho used it as a  biidgc to ic.icb"  tliu power   be* liked ,to   wield.",   Sit  ���������Tobu protested   agiiinst *nii   article in  the iM.ul coniniitting  the conservative  party to   protection.' Goldwin   Smith  loin.uked   to    him     ih.it   protection  won Id J r ne\ or   do   for    Oanad.i,* and  icecived the icply   "No, and  you need  net fe.n tb.it I .un   going   to  got into  that hole "    When Smith   iallied him'  in aftci yens foi1 adopting  piotection,  Sil John iopliod-"Protection  has done  so much foi    mo   that" I   have  lo  do  something   for,  piotection."   Senator  lio\d  wiiod   him:    "Tho  govcinmont  pio&s heie state you   piopose  tb l.iise  the (aiin geneially to :5o jior^cent. Cm  I eonliadict this.'" ' Sn .John 'lcplied:  "It. is an absind falsehood." ,' -  Well, in J874 the hhenil go\ein-  niciit under IW.icken/.ie" took the fiist:  stops' tow.nils a protectee t.uitl' by  iiusing the duticsa fiom 15 to ITS ]ici  cent, .ind was attacked by the coiiaci v-  atives foi nitioduciiig thc (bin end of  the wedge of piotection, so tli.it at  that time tho conservative pa ity had  not adopted -i protective policy. Indeed, that p.uty had at, tli.u lime no  policy or principle but, that of getting  back into power by any means whatever. This position, contemptible as  ii may appear, was openly admitted  by D'Alton McCarthy, when, in his  speech nt St. Mary's, he said- "Xo  doubt in tbe world that we were out  of power, and by going in foi thc N.  P., and taking the wind out of Mr.  Mackenzie's sails, we got  into power.  throughout his  career.  long !'and   honoi'iiblo  l.AUItli:il   A   OAIIINKT  MIMSTl'U.  In 1877 J-iiiurior, at tho,ago of UO,  was appointed to thc portfolio of Inland Boveiiuo in the Mackenzie government, and on 'his going bufoio his  constituents the conservatives, incog-  nisiug his value and slri'iigth to tho  liberals, prepared to defeat him at all  costs, hesitated not to resoit to the  dirtiest tactics of which a party can  be guilty���������the appeal to piejudices of  race and, creed. This is the same  policy thc conservative parly has  adopted in Inter years, oven at last,  election, with this dilVeionee, that the  'people aro on to the trick and it fails  in consequence. The Bleu organs of  Quebec attacked liim with all thoir  fanaticism. When our conseivalivc  friends speak of' tne liberal "machine"  they must, lie measuring other peoples  corn by A their own ,bushel, for bore is  the description givenL by the historian  ~of their ' tactics * in that iiiciiioralilo  contest:��������� ' '  "They proceeded i to  throw into the  constituency ' woikers    and   .speakers  from all over Quebec, and even drafted  for service in this  leniote field a ooip'i  of   their  must active  canvassing and  oiganixing agents  from . the 'Province  of Ontario.,' The  main   issue on  tho  platform  was   thc   condition   of the  country; the main issue in the canvass  the lelations of  Mr."l.,iiui'ioi' and  his  party with   the   Koniiin (Catholic  ecclesiastics. Kor'niany yearn'the church  authorities   bad  given   no quart'eiMo  liberal   candidates,   and   had   almost  ftriingled lho liberal   party iu Quebec.  It   was   represented   in   tho   Fiench  provinces  that  Mr. ^Laurie:'  had  become a  Protestant  minister.    Jtwas  said  he .had  demanded   that   priests  sliould mm ry;  that Jia  was lho companion of apostates,.of'the Chiniqiiiiy  breed, ol e.veoiiiimiiiiea'tcd persons and  of' fiiends   of   Guilioid.    Ho  was denounced   by  one  priest as a liboial of  the woist  and   most dniigeious character, whilo a second cine sent  out'a  letter for general   distribution   doelifr-  ing that,Mr. Bourbciin, tho, minister's  opponent, was devoted to the inteicsts  ol   religion,   and   had   shown   gieat  patriotism   on   many   occasions      A  clerical campaign  document'said this  party,  oi   at   least   the   leadeis, ,'aie  certainly   under 'tho 'weight   ol   the  clauses condeiniiingjibeialism.   These  men,   it    was  further  claimed,   weio  'libeuils  of  the  woist  kind/and .Mr.  Liiiirier     and     Mr.   Liillaiiiiue   ucio  specifically named  as 'standing under  the direct censure of the church.   iTho  Jiish Catholics  weie  told  ho had be-  coiiiCtiin Oiangcman, and  thc French-  speaking'electors that  ho   was a I'lCS-  liytoiiah." ' , , j    -  The result   ol   such   lying  and   iin,-  vciiipuloiis electioneering  devices w.is  that Lnui ier   was  defeated  in a   constituent* whore  lib  had foi inerly bad  a majority  of ;238.~, But  L'.utiior wns  not ''to     lie- 'daunted.    Thibcatideiiii  icsiguod i J'J.ist ,Quebec 'to 'give him a  seat   and    he     was   lolu'incd   -hy   a  majority of 3Ji), although the conseiv-  atives fought  him   as  \igoiously and  with the same imsci upulous tactics as  ut JJiummbnd   andyArthab.isk.i   and  the,proviiVci-il gove'inmont  of  (Juoboc  used all its power against him.   Neiei  was  sucli   public ''rcjoicingt shown in  Quebec, Montreal and   Ottawa as,that  which  giceted  J^.iunci's  return;" and  emphasised   anothei >advance  in lhe  gallant  struggle  Jie   maintained   for  civil and religious   liberty   in   Quebec.  There too he made thc piophccy which  lias proved   ti uc  whon   ho   said.   "'J  li.no 'imfiulcd   the   hbcial   st.indaid  above the ancient  citadel   of  Quebec,  and there 1 will keep it waving."  For ,i quaiter of < a century since  those words weie' spoken the libei.il  Hag has floated over Quebec East and  now floats over all but eight of the  electoral divisions of the old consciv-  ative and chiuclijridden pioiincc of  Quebec, testifying to the" ni.iicli'of  progiess. the steady enlightenment,  and the political education of a people  formerly steeped in ignoiancc, and  taking tbeii ciced and their.politics  without'question   from   a  piicst-hood  of  as  CONSERVATIVE PLATFORM.  lAiloplod ul Ituvolhtolm, Siiiilotnlior 1,'lth, 1W2]  1. Tlml IIiIh ooiivoiiIIoii idiilllrins (lm imllcv  nf Inn imily in niiitlorsiil pKivluuiiil minis und  tinlls; tlio iiwiiurililji mid control of iiiIIwii.vb  iiikI Inn dovoldjiuiont of I liu im'rluullurul ro^mir-  unoT tliu iiiiivini'u ni laid down In lho iilalforin  iiiliiiituil lu (Icliiliur, IH'Bl, wlilcli Is a-, rollnwii:  "To nulhnlv ni<l In llio coiisliuuliou of I mils  IIiiuukIkiuI I Iid unduvolniiiid iiorllons of lho  liiiivlnciMMid llio liuildliiK of lho iiroiivlnciiil  ti iiiiK' roiulH (if pulillu nuc-ns-.il)-.  '"'J'o iidoiil tliu pi iuuiiili'H of Kovorniniinl iiwiinr.  Blii|i(if nillwiiy*- In sn Inr ni llio (-licuiustiiucns  (if Hid |iiii\Iiicu will iidiult, und lho udoptlon  nf Hid prliiclplo Hint no bonushliould liiiKrunlud  lo uuy nillwiiy coinpiinv wldoli dons not kIvii  Hill K<>\uinuioiiL of tliu piovlnco control or rutos  ii\ur linns bomisod, IokoIIioi with tlio llio opllon  of pmullllH),  "To iiullvoly iihslst liv stulo aid lu tlio  doMjIopiiiiiut ol Hid iiKiiciillniiil icsourcos of  llio |,io\ 1110(1. , ,  'i'. Tlml iu llio inoiiuliiiin nud until lho railway  policy iiIkimj Mil forth can liu -K-complishod  a Konouil nillwiiv net In) put-sod, kIviiik fro*;il(ini  locoiislruol nillways uudoi corl-ilu apprnvod  lOKiiliilions, iiiiiiloKons to lho syhtom Hint lias  uisulli'il lu Mich uxlouslvu nillwiiy conhliuollou  iu llio Uniloil Klalns, wltli -=o niiioli advantiiKO  to 11 inlo mid   com inoi i'ii. '        , ,  '.,' That looncouniKO llio Milnii'i-,' induslry, I Iio  luxation of niolallifiiioiis iiiinus sliould liu on  llio liusihof a   porciinliiKO. on llio  uol   prollls.  I. Tlml tlio KOYuriimunl oHiiorshlp of'lolo-  pliouo sysloiu shoulil ho liiouirht iilioutas a llr-,t  stop in tliu ac(|ulhllion of public uliltlos.  . 1. Tlmt a pnition of o\oiy piml nroa hoionflor  lo ho diriposod of should Iio losmvuil, 11tun sum  oi lou.si), so (hut Htnln owned in llio-. iniiv ho  uaMly'accossiblo, if thou opoiutloii liccoiniis  IIUCOHSIII' (II uilviHiililo. .' ,  I), Thut lu lho pulp hind lu'usos piovUlon  should ho iiiudo for luloiosliii'.' and Unit slops  .should liu InIcon foi dim -.'iinoiiil pin-orviitlon  ol foiosts hy KUardiiiK UKiiuist tlio wastoful  dosliucllou of Innliui'. , '  7, Thai lho loKislaluio and 1,'ovi'iiiniiiiit  of llm provhicii Bliould poi'sovoii) In tho ulloits  lu Mjcniii lho oxcliislon of Asiatic lulior.       ,  8. 'Tliiil'lliu iniiltoi (if linlloi' (onus lu lho wny  ol tiuhslilv mid uppiiipi-liillous loi llio piovluuo  Hhiiuld liu vIkoioiisIv piossuil upon lho Dominion Kovuiuinonl,        ,   . '      '  II. Tlml Hid sihoi-loud Indus!iins of tho  piovlnco Iio rosli-iod and onoouiimoil l)V Hie  linpiihlllou (of iuuioiisod cuslonis dulius on  loud und loud pioduots iiupoilud lulo Cnnduii,  mid Hull lho (.'oiiviiivuIIm) niuiuhors ol tho  Dominion Houso ho urui-il to support jmy  inolIon inlroduood lor.such u puiposo.  II), Tlmt us liidust liul dlsputus uliniisl Imurt-  nlrlv rosull iu ���������jiont loss nnd liijuiv liulli  In lho purtios dliocty conoiuiiud nud lo lho  public, loirlsliiliou should ho passed lo' prmidu  iiiiians rTor nu'uinioulilo uiljuslmonl ol such  dlspiidis  liolwuou   ������ui|iloiois  and   omployi-os  11. That it is iiiKisuhlo to Insloi lho miiiiiiluc-  tuiool lho I nw products ol llm picn'incu willini  tho piovuico us lur as - pniclicahlo h> iiiciins  ol luxation on (ho said law pioduuls, slllilocl  lo rohutoof this sumo in wholu or purl wlion  uiiiuuluoturud in llntish (.'olumhiii.  ,  mssmmmr.  Patent and'������*  .  Enamelled Leather Shoes  The Slater Guarantee  CONSERVATIVE CONVENTIONS.  Al n iiii'i'liiiKorHiuuxoculivoor tho I'invniclnl  (.'oiisi'iMilnc As-.ooi.il ion, hold ul Vancoinoi,  tho pioviiicu wn������, divided inlo" lho divisions  lor orKiiin/iil ion puiposos.,, Tho Kooloiiiiy-  lloundni' division is uiiido up ol tho IoIIowiiik  prrnincnil > oh ction {listr ids.: liovolslolto,  Coliimtiii. r,'i , " CiiinliKiok Yimr, ,Kul.so  SIdciii, liiiiud l'\.i!������s, Ori'onwood, (ho citv of  Riii-sliind and tho (lily ol Nolsnii Al iliosiiino  moot ink llio lollnwiiiK insoliif ions woioadoplod .  1 Thut rnm cut ions Toi aoluinadliK cinilld-  nlus for inoinhui > ol tho IukisIiiIuu uss'ijinhlj  ho inndo up ol doloK.itos olioson us follows  . (u) In city I'h-oloiiil disllitis, ono jdolOKiito  for ovor\ liltv and liuclion ol hlh lotos polled  at lho piiuiuci.il election hold iu I'.'IXI, and iflho  cih is divided inlo wind-, lho piopoilioii of  di-h-KiilOs loi o.ich wind sliull ho basod ou tho  wito pulled iu each wind at tho hist ���������municipal  oli'Olion  (h) In olhor i-looloiiil districts, ohm doli'culo  TormoM lllh oi fraction of hflv Miles (polled  ill Hi,' piiiMiicial oloclioii hold in 1'IOfl, Hiu-'dol-  OKiitcs lo bo appomoned lo polling placus, or as  li,-ai Ihi-iuloiis will ho fan to thu uiteiaoflho  dilli'ioiit ni'iHhhoihoods. ,  'i Thu oleel ion hold of iIoIdk.iIo- shall ho at  public mooliii���������'s, held al a ,li>i!,-natod coiitial  place in each polling division, oi in ouch ward  in eil\ electoral distiicts, if thucih isdividi-d  inlo wards. At inch public moeliiiKs, oulv  those who plodKU lliuniMiltus lo Milo for the  candid.ilo or ciindid.lies soh'ctcd at the noin-  inatiiiKCoineutiou shall bo entitled to a uilo  for (loii'K.itOs *  .1 Two weeks notice shall be uivuii of (ho  public ineotnm's ,a which doh'Kiitus are to'ho  elected, uominaliiiKCOincntKins shall lm hold in  cilj elecloial districts two d.ijs nllei The day  on which deleifiitos aie eh-dLil. and iu other  olectoial districts seven d.us aftei All nominations lliiniiKhout the piounco lo bo mado  ata dcsiKii.iloci contr.il pi ico ni^oiicli electoral  districl. and on thos.mm daj '  ,  > l<? All notices of tho da to of 'public nicol inns  for.llio election or deloKiites lo iioiiiiiiiiIuik  coinentions, tho .ippoilioniiient of deloKiites,  and tho place and d.ilo of iiominatihk coihi-ii-  Ikius ui .scleral olectoial distiicts shall be pictured ov the member of the cxoculivo oT tho  diMslon iu which lho elccloiul districts nio sit-  uulo, and issued osci lho u.inicsof the president  and secrotary of the Fniviiicnil Uonseiwiluo  Absociiilion. ,      '  '" ' No shoo nianufacturor would have tho  lomorlly to guarantee ordinary Patent or  Enamellod leathor���������certainly ^the makers  of tho famous "Slater Shoe" would, not  guaranteo ordinary Patent'or Enamelled  loathorsrbecause wilh them a'guarantoo Is  a pi ia ran I no, not ,-a* pleasant sounding ,but  1 moanlngloss jjlay of words.' '    ' '     ; ,   '"  ,   But the ^'Slater Shoo"  makers use a   '  standard of Enamelled leather which they    ������  ' can  and "do guarantee���������every Enanriellod   ���������  shoo v/hich boar3tho "Slater Shoe" tra'de-    ,  mark, is guaranteed���������The "Slater,Shoo"  makers lioo'no' Enamellod  leathor which  , lhoy cannot guaranto'e.      "    '     y  ,  ,   >And the," Slator Shoe" poople have a' y  patonL loatlior mado' of Colt skln.ipliable, ,  floxiblo,  as 'brilliant-as  tho  bost  patent  doathor and tougii and durablo onough to  carry with lithe rosponsiblo guarantoo of    '  1 tho "Slator Shoo" makors.    "    ,   "  j/' Every pair, of "Slator ShooD" boar Ing  thoir guaranloe has "with it a Guarantoo -'  Bond Scrip lithographocMIke a bank nolo ���������,  ,and'as good a guaranteo as ono. -   , , f  '   II says: -     ' \   .   '  , ,  -."   ,   j ' ?.' We (tho niakors),warrant tho loathor.    *-  In,ilhis pair of shoes not to break'through  within  throe  months,from   date of  pur--  j ) " -*1 f  chase."  --��������� ,������'"/',.'-.,  '   The bond also bears'the registered'fac}-. ,  tory'numbQrcof the pair of shoos to which y  It belongs., . '    ,   '!        -      '      '   '  . f  - -   , ' !i  Made In Canada 40 years.   Goodyear welted.  For men $4.00 and $5.50.  ,'  For women-$3.50 and $5.00,    ,  -o"  ���������'      - ,      : SOLE "AGENTS:  0. B. HUME ������fe CO., Limited,,  RISVELSTOKIi;, J3. C.  A 1110011111;of tho pro\incial oxecutiw) will ho  held .il Vnnconior willini ii month, and the date  for holdiiiL- district iioiinn.itiii'.'coinentious will  thon bo lixod. JOHN HOUSTON..  President of tlio I'rovinciul  . ' Con.scr\alivo Asiociution.  Nelson, Juno Sth, 190,1  .lb  the nation.  Wc became identified" .with tlie pio-J w������"t-'lt sought to nin>oi-c thcooiHui  lection policy, and if Mr. M.ickeriz-e Itlie chinch u\i-r .the civil .it, well  h.id aduptcd   the  jirctective policy we    should h.ive been   free   tr.ideis-     I-imj (Tobe conlinu-d.)  | willing  io  msikc thi-   confe-sion;  il  May  Be Obliged to Return to Van-   Mr Mackenzie had been ;i protectionist  there i\ouid have been nothing left for  corner  to Register.  Kobcit (J. M.icpherson, Jf. P. for  Iiiiii.ud in dhc Dominion 'House of  Commons, muy h.i\e to hie'himself  .icipbs the continent to get his'nniiie  on the \oteis' list, s.ias the Province  Jt was said Tuesday that Mr. Mac-  pheisen might come ncrobs the continent to iniiko application befoie the  collectoi of \oteib in poison, to avoid  any chance of losing hio light to \Ote  through a technicality.  The act governing the ledibti ihution  reads that the onth ol any man applying to ha\e his name placed on the  list bh.ill be taken befoie certain ollic-  ers. These oflicers must be men who  luue jin isdictron to administer nfli-  davitd in British Columbia. Jiut, and1  here ia uheie the point conie-s in, they  iiilist be in Ijritiah Columbia when lhe  o,ith is admini-toied It is also provided thut an application may he  signed, and the oath taken, beforo a  pioperl-. iicctcditrd odicinl who lias  jurisdiction in the province where the  o.iIli is iidinimslKicd  This i.s why Mr. Mne|ihei-on muy  ciiiii,' hack to Vancouver Ile made  his application and -dgncd ifc before W.  U". li. Mel lines iu Ottawa Mi. .Mc-  linn s i.s a commissioner to administer  oaths foi iif-e in the supreme court of  liiitis.b Columbia, and rs also a notniy  puMic. lUit as soon as the train"carries him ucios-j the boundary line and  gets linn outside of liritMi Columbia,  his jurisdiction under the election act  cc.isls  Mi Aleliincs happened lo be in Ottawa when Mr. Macnheisoii renioni-  lieiLiI tnat he had to register all ovci  again, and the affidavit uas made befoie him. The application arrived in  due couisc, but it did not sudice to get  the name "Kobeifc G. jArao[)heison" put  on I he list, unless a judge ordeis it, oi  unless the full court decides that the  name should go on.  us but to be free traders.*' In the. f ice  of such ai: -idrnisbioii it ill becomes  the" conservatives that they should  charge the liberals or anybody else  with stealing a policy which did not  originate with the conservative patty,  but was adopted t>y them simply as a  trick in the game of politics. i  tiii. \rACKi..vzii: covmix.Miivr  was admittedly  an   exceptional]) able  and   economical   administration.     Jt  enteied   oflice     in    troublous   times.  There   was     comnrerc'al    depression,  wages low,, factories idle, poor markets  foi fai in produce   both   in the .States  and Canada. American factories Hooded  Canada with sin plus stock at sacrifice  piices     The annua!  trade  of   Canada  had fallen from  .15217.000,000 to % 172,- j  000,000.   The  annual  delicit   waobe-1  tween    one   and    two   millions     The!  United States had abrogated its treaty j  with Can i.'a, and national resentment'  was rife '  Wilhson s,iys- -'Never was a government moie bitteily or unsparingly;  denounced than that of Miicken/iV, i  and never, pei haps, have wc liacl a set  of ministers in Canada who Ips.s d������'-  soivd tbe meicilcss treatment, they  icecived nt. thc hands of their political  opponents"  .Sir .John M'icdoniild moved for "a  readjustment of the tariff as would  ���������id  r A . big placer strike ha.s lecently  been,made in a new legion oT Alaska,  near,Mount Mclvrnley, on , the headwaters of the Kuskokwim river. Jt is  thought tliat'the .new .discovery may  mean thc opening up to gcncial  development of another huge portion  of the tei ritory.  Chamberlain's  lies.-  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  For Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whoop-  rug Cough.  Price ?$ cents; large size 50c.  Chamberlain's   Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy.  For Bowel Complaints.    Price 35 cents.  Kootenay Lodge  No.lGA.F.'& A.M.  Spring and Summer Suitings.  , *,> --.''���������    ,'-" ��������� 1','       "'     tr y        y  -'  ,    1 Wc luivc on hand a complete '���������lock of -Woolens, and   Tailor.s Tiiin- ,,  iningsand will make up Suits in Hist, class style to suit pirrehasi'r.    ,l'.^ -  '*  * Give  us .i"triiil and we vv ill assist you to complete->-oui;dross in-aii'_  111 tistic and up to-daU''mantier. *- ^    -'���������  >    ������������������ ������ y_   '���������    ,,'    "  .  Fashionable  9        Tailor.  GHADUATE OP.NEW YOItlv'S 'CUTTING SCI300L-       ��������� , .   '  .    - ,   - e     , -  Tin* best Dollar  ���������  in the town.  DAVE ORl{���������lVopr'ictor.  :i Day Hotisi'   '    ' . Best Br.mds of Wines, Spirits  imd Cigais.  The luguliu mcctiiiKs  1 arc held 111 the Jlus-  ,    01110 Temple, lioiiinu  ��������� Hull,  on  tho    llinil  prr Moil day   111  cauh  ^inoiilli  nt   S  )i.   in.  . Vi^itniK   hi otln on  coidmlly wcluoinod.  U. GOIIDON-   Sncm.TAUY.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  JMcoli un-ry Tuesday  evening     111   Sc-Il.u k  .H.ill   .lit    8    o'clock.  ^Visitim; biethion coi-  '(lmlly invited   lo  ut-  leri'l.  .1. MA Til IH. Six'.  .T. OUTrilCTT, N. G.  THIS IS NOT EGOTISM.  We believe \v( know our business.  Oui busini-<:s is to help you do vour  business. We supply up-to-date busi-  ui-i,s ini-ans nnd methods,���������mciney-  s.iving devices and how lo use them."  The, Mines'-Exchange  ,      ��������� LIMITED.  MINING BROKERS AND FISCAL AGENTS.  MINES AND   MINING  INVESTMENTS  ��������� -    1 ' -,  We lurnisli 1 (-ports on all kinds of tnctallift'i oust mines and   prospects  _ Lowest (-110l.il ions on listed and unlisted ininiup* stocks. c -  OFFIOrAI, BROKERS FOR TIIE  Galumet & British Columbia Gold Mines. Ltd  NON-PERSONAL LIABILITY.   (EVA MINE.)  Chamberlain's Pain  Balm.  An .muicptic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, BruHe*;, Sprains and Rhennia-  ':-~*     l'rice 25 cents; i.irge .si������; 50 cents.  DULUTII, Minn.  OALUiMET, Mich.  CJllOAGO, 111.  nelson, n:o.  OAMHORNE,'' B.  C  Coronation Hotel,  Camborne  . .1.11.  SMITH,  Pi opi-loto  First Class Accommodation  for-.Travellers.  tism.  and  Chamberlain's Stomach  Liver Tablets.  T'or   Ijisordcrs of thc Stornacli, Livtr  and T.o-Atls.    Price 25 cents.  Every one of these preparations  is guaranteed and if not fully satin alleviating the  stagnation of  isfactory to the   purchaser   the  Got your Job Printing done at the  Mail Ollice.  i''jsin������ss, and afl'oid fitting encourage  nv,nt nnd protection to utniKghnK  manui'nctiireis and industries us well  as to the agrienltiu.'il products of the  fountiy."  Lu 111 it-r replied to Sir John's speech,  stating ho would not deny being 11  moderate protectionist. Jfo thought  fiee trade or piotection must be applied accoiding to thc necessities of a  country. I To contended the depression fiom which they were sull'eiing  was not diie to the economic policy of  Canada, but was world-wide, iifVecting  alike piolcctivo and free hade countries. This is the .stand legaiding the  lurid    which     Limiicr     hub    taken  money will he refunded.  E. WATBPuSOX.  Bricklayer and Stonemason  f   O  liox 131. UKVKI.STOKK, II C.  'I UNCI WW.!,  I.OO.SIM.I-Al'  I.MIKillK.  Loose Leaf Kilos and Li-dgi'is with  Ming", sped,illy ruled, printed, pei for-  111 ed and punclied to suit any style ol  biiidi-r.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Ti:Nii\vKi,r, TitAN.srwi rn.u.  Kootenay Mail Publishing- Co. Limited,  1 :/ ���������; fiSroicK ,   n. o.  All  lint-i of M<i..oi] woilf iimlf itiiki'n  KslliruilcN kI vim for liuililinfo-  clc  H. B. STONEXl  ox   AND  GUNSMITH,  Opposite Ccn11 nl Hotel. KcvuIhIoIci-.  Jailhe nud   OiTieral iMaehiiie Work  Piornptl-,   Jixeeuted.  WOOD YARD  I have sliirlcd a per iiiarrent AVood  Yaid on Third street. With my past  experience I hope to be in 11 position  to sati'-fy all ivr|uiremenls of euslorn-  eis. Mill aud eoidvvood supplied in  any lengths at reduced pi ices for cash.  R. SAMSON.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  -s^^^Calgary, Alberta  ������ua^ww"ftBcaauwwi^=tu^.*ri<������^ tjnwwj  FLEMING IfwJfrM  -THK-  Revelstoke  photographer  Pitman's Business Courses  are known * all over (ho  world.  A   SPECIALTY.  Over Kootenay  Mail Office  Full course from   ���������-  Ten Dollars.  Pitman's Business College.  Opposite Hotel Vancouver. THE KOOTENAY^MAIL  llimniiiiiiimn���������-"' u  ./i-  ' ��������� V;.r������'fe*  ' l. ^-/^..'7/,,*  'ly.-'-nl'il  '- "'Mi  '      " v   K'"l  m  i������  j^ME OWNERS  i  1 Perfect Organization and- Will Pool  Output i of Mines.  ������  Tho mine owners,-in  response to  a circular sent out a week ago.'met  ��������� in conclave in this city last evening.  The purpose of the meeting was ' to  hear, lho  report > of  tho committee  ���������who were  appointed in  December  ^lnsl'to'proceed to  Ottawa to secure  .adequate protection,'and further to,  perfect a  permanent'organization.  Jn this thoy were successful.  Nothing'will  add more to the permanency  of   the   f>iIvor-lead -industry  thaiythe'plans  laid  down 'tit  last  night's ancqting.     The   principal  point .attained  was  to  secure Uio  '(sanction of tho silver-lead produccis  to pool the'output of  their respective properties.'   liy doing this they  present a united front in 'disposing  of their ores more advantageously,  -\ hoi ens hy shipping the old way���������  selling    individually���������they    wore  i compelled to accept the terms  and  rates offered by ��������� tho smoltois.    To  further   facilitate-.the. disposal   of  theirs ores,  thoy appointed a com-  'niittei; empowered  to dispose of tho  > oi on in such a man nor as thoy  sec  (it   and ��������� to  the������ smelting concerns,  'whether in Canada or  the'  United  iStntusj' offering, the most lucrative  . rales. ''For   instance   one  smelter  intiy(de.siio a'guide of, ore running  high   in  load, while another would  ' I'loferoro'wilh a much'lower  percentage, of  the   same, metal.   Tho  same   method 'will   ho' applied lo  othor niotals  of   the cam'p.    Ulli-  , mutely-this process" will  prove the  sahatioii of lhe cilinp, while at the  mi mo tinio'it'willjmtthe silver-lend  .'mint'S'iii iin.'indopcndcnt  position  regarding tho treatment of our ores.  ' ", After drawing,up   the' proliiiiin-  nlies   attending   oigani/alion,' tho  mine owneis1 adjourned their meeting uiitn Tuesday. Aiigust<!th,when  the proceedings of, this meeting will  leneive   final  l.iti Mention.���������Sandon  iMininc'-Keviuw.     "' ,  from tho Hull mines and Tiail smolt-  om, lefiiic it by tho'clcctroly tic process  und ccnodo it by thoCliiidoiicr process,  tho patents on which run out only  lust your. '  Mr. Sherwood behoves tlmt $10,000  will bo suflicicnt capital to demon  striito tlmt a lend lol'inoi'y and coriod-  ing'woik*. in ���������Vuncotivcr cun he mado  nu economic isucce.ss? After ho hns  proven this by producing suflicicnt  lend for local consumption, and piov-  ing a profit theicon, ho will invite  moio capital and go into tho htisiiicss  on u largo hcuIo. Mr. Sherwood'  holieves that there'is nioie safety and  pcimuiiciice for this industry in Vancouver than for niost'of tho industries  iihcndy established. In support of  his contortion ho points out that, the  lend mines of British Columbia pio-  dtico about 19,000 tons of lend un-  iiuully, nnd thut tho Dominion., of  Cuiuida consiiiiii's J1,000 tons tin-  liiinlly,' but that very littlcof this loud  is lofiucd in Cunudii uihL nouo of it is  corroded "on this side of the   lino.  POPLAR CREEK.  *        "   /  Views 'of an Expert Who  Visited  theField.y  the woild'_ informntion- concerning  Ciinndii's mineral rcsoiuces of a inuoh  gicnlor value tlum hns been possible  in tho past. '  Tho hiitish Columbia Copper Company hns let a conlrnct to Kiunk  Coiyoll of Grand Forks for tho supply  of-1,000,000 bricks to bo used in tho  eiectiun of a brick smoke-stuck 120  feet high to replace thoi steel stuck  now in use'nt tlie company smelting  works nt Gicenwood. The contract  for election will shoitly bo let.  XV. M.,Lnw and Duncan Mcintosh,  of Gicenwood, nnd II.* V. Fuller, of  Spokane, hiive formed a syndicate to  ncqtiiio eleven clninis, including the  I). i\ , foi nicrly owned by the Uoundiiry  Cicck Mining 6c, Milling Co., Ltd,, und  the Gold Bug, upon which latter i). A.  'llolbiook hns' done a deal of work.  Both these clninis huvc shipped high  grado oie, nnd it is believed thut with  systematic development woik thc  veim will bo found in , place and sufficiently Inigo to niako it piolituble to  work them. Tho purchnso prico of  the gioup is $30,000. A first piiyment  has iih'endy been iniidO' to J). A. Hoi'  brook,'on Lho (Gold Hug, and that on  Lho iciii.iindcr of Lhe group is'lOrbe  made to tho Bank of Monticitl, Jloss-  Innd, ou August Jbt.     '  LEAD BOUNTY.  y  ���������  Mining Men Satisfied���������St. Eugene  Will Be Worked.'    ,  *- ' Tire premier loud mine in Canada  or  oiy the 'continent ia to join thc  '    "-hipping list in the  immediate  future, as the outcome of thc passage  \.  of the federal1 bounty on_ Canadian  lend:     This    statement' emulates  ", from" J.'C.fDrcwry, one of the diicc-  tors, and   James*'Cionin, manager,  when 'interviewed   by ii   Rossiand  Minor jepiesentathe a-few' days  agpy&     .' .; y        "   '-  ;'The announcement us to-tho  St.  lCugeno    tettles ^conclusively1  the  ...rr-iie:-tion>:ifc to theeffect'of'the b'onu'i.  . "Wc will commence operations at  once,". said'Mr.* Drcwry, .''but   we  '"yv'ill have" to do flume repairing before i\e can atait shipping. This  will not take long, however, and by  degiees v\o will got tho property  v oi king and . shipping to its full  normal   capacity.'     We   are   well  f ahead with, development work, and  _ if we can get plenty   of   the   right  " sort 'of'miners  the shipments will  "roll up right along. _  ''We had a piolon'gecl fight at Ottawa to get the bonus, not so much  with,the go\eminent, who were always anxious to meet our views,  but with outsiders'who weie(> busy  'knocking' our plans all the time.  Air. Galliher, M. P.,'worked like a  Tiojan and not only carried' out  any suggestion we made to help  matters along, but initiated a.good  many moves on his own account  ancl'icilly did yeoman's service in  convincing the members of' the  government that our, claim for recognition was a substantial'one."  Refening *to the situation, Mr.  Cionin is quoted as saying:  ''When  'last we weie.walking nuclei noimal  conditions at'the St.* Eugene wc  shipped about 2,500 tons cf concen-  tiates a month and to do this we  mined some 10,000 ton1- of crude  oie. "I think we will .-iioiily be in  a position to do this again it not a  little better a* tune goes on, and we  get a better idea of the practical  woikmg of the new bounty. I do  not cue to expiess a decided opinion about the now id.idiiion of  .llf.myiuitil 1 have hath nniie tunc  to think it over. 'J he last time I  was heie, thu duty we u--keel for had  just been lcfu-edj and, if you" will  remembi r, 1 told vou wo might just  ii'. v'vcll and much better ho joined  to China than K-t&toi n Canada foi  tin iff purpose-, nnd at the time I  said it 1 meant jiM, whnt 1 said,  but now, of couise, n'a a diffoicnt  matlerf theie is a littlo sum of  $500,000.ahead of us, they tell me,  and tlut'for five years, so I'll drop  my Chinese annexation scheme���������  foi- five yeais< anyway���������and we'll  see how the new  plan works out in  'the meantime."  r  English Mining"'Engineer Proposes  Starting   One at Coast.  An English inining ont-ricur named  fcjhonvonil, now resident in Vancouver,  pioposes to lncoi poi.Uo a syndicate of  live pionuiK ut businessmen who will  put in *2,000 each in ten wilh $1,000  each, whieh they mc willing to invest  in a small iclineiy coiioding plant  that Will handle four or live tons a  day fiom matte to linished white  lend.   Ho pioposes to buy thu   matte  J)r. 1?. IT. Hacking, a mining oxpoit  fiom Giniiite Fulls, Mont,, who has  boon iu Lho Poplar crock distiict inspecting piopeities in which he is  interested, was in Vancouver the emly  puiL of lhe week nnd when intcivievve 1  by a Province ronoitor spoke in thc  following lluttoiing.tonis of his finding of conditions in the newly dis-  covcied goldlieklsi��������� u    ,  1 ''Thc'io is a poition ot what is gen-  oiully known us Lhe silvei-loiuhdistrict  in the vicinity of I'oplm crcok'lhiit in  inv csliinalioii' will ho in a short time  oneof llio best gold-producing sections  o'f this piov'iuce'   r ^  ���������"  '"Theie are now  no.uly 200 incn engaged'in  development  woik. on   new  claims'' in tliat"ch4trict.   There is one  thing about this*ncw ^district that will  piovo evtiemcly 'fuvoiahlc   to  its  development.   That is  Lho  fircf of   lhe  railway miming light lluoiigh it., /In  fact, in lhe  case  ol, lhe   Handy Gold  Mining   Company,   in'  which   Pyrin  inteiested,* the   inilwny   r uns . willini  fifty feet ol our claims.   Thcfuctth.il  gold-healing "roic< existed    theie   wus  discovcicd dining.the guiding for the  railway lino, i,Since the llnndy Company secured contiol ol thceo clninis it  litis done considerable'woik  on   tli^sm  by chiving scvcial   tunnels ^o determine thc values.   I sent scvcial  tons  of oie. to  lho  Hull  Mines. smcltci,,a  distance ol  seventy:cight inilos, nnd I  sccuied thc.follbwing sniclter loturns-  Tost No. 1, west cnchliinhol, gold, L'Jt.18  ounces, silver, '29 4'ounces,' total, value,  ���������1)207 01 per'ton, test No. 2, tunnel No.  .'i, gold, d !)5  ounces,  silver "8, ounces,  total,value #103 31 per ton,"test No. 3,  cast end  tunnel   'gold,   1.72   ounces,  silver, 12 5'ouiiccs, total  value', $4.1.13;  test No. d, noi th tunnel, acioss foot of  vou?,.gold,  20"d8 "ounces,   silvei, 12 7  ounces, total   value,1' $11G.<M.   Theie  aie nowrScvci.il ens of this ore on the  ti.ieksycsi'l-yto ship lo the'smeller.  "���������  -'''These icsults weie so much' bcttci  than f expected Hint it  is  almost  an  .assuicd -fact that the Handy company  will ~ install   hoists, fau   coniprcssois,  drills and pumps in iishoit time, and  prosecute work on ,i   huge scale    The  lead   which   wc aie woiking on has a  width ol fom loot on the suil.ice,  and  only  a shoit distance in thc tunnel it  uieieascs to a vvulth  ol  over  si\'  feet  We -intend   fust,   however,  to sink a  shaft 100 feet in depth ut the  ape\   of  two cioss' veins, in older lo deliintcly  detciniinc values '  This work   will   be  done ' nuclei-  the ducction of Col  Bia-  den of Kaslo, the piesidcnt and  managing diiector of the Handy company  James  llutheifoid,  ftl. 10 , manager of  tlio John  li  mine, will also supeiv ise  oui'fiituic development work.  ������ "Othei mines?    hots of them," con-  tinucd Di. Hacking. '"Claims on Pop-  l.u cieek aie of comse hold   veiy high  Fiank Manpiis, who holds two  claims  on that cieek, wants !}>7o,000 lor them  and is negotiating with eastern capitalists  foi   an, "mteiost   in   them.   Tho  I-i.udo   Valley Mines company has 100  feet of peim.inont  tunnel  in   ahcady.  Tho Handy company bus over 200 feet  and   is still going ahead with woik on  a numbei- of claims     It is likely   that  the L.udo Valley mines will be putting  in machineiy soon, and I  iiiideistaiid  a  ooneontiatoi   and '.i ten-stamp mill  .ue being ligmed on foi   niu-thci   company. - But   the   best   point  about .ill  these propel tics is the tact  lh.it  the-,  will   not  have  long to Wait foi a railway to be built, and the tiiinsportation  chaigcs to the 11a 11  Mines smelter aie  not   piolubitivc   for   low   guide oies  Theie is an abundance of  water powei  available in   tho dislnct     In  fact in  one place a fall of 1,500 feet  could   I e  obtained. Thc.distiict is indeed a pio-  niisini!; one."  BEATON.  li-rniii Our Own (.'oiroiiiouili-nl.    ,     <  If Illinois    aie   true,, nnd   I   have  somo   lcason 'for     behoving    them,  Koiguson is on1 the eve of a groat gold  excitement!      ,   ������ * '  Thu Beaton Townsite conipiiny will  give no niqro lots on building conditions, 'ns. hcroloforo. 'All lots in  flit in c will bb from $100 upwind.  Mr. M. Bontoifhus sold his house-;  stiiiwljeii'y guidon nnd ydiing- oichuid  to Mi. Dovoioiix of 'Comapliv, who  bus moved his family heie. The plot  contains about nn'iicic ' und brought  MOO.       i "    ' v i '      ,    ���������  Messis''Aiideison/und Fullmer will  open !iv'mi'iii)g*'oMice iu the building  foimcily known as the Pioneer Hotel  ne.\t week, where samples' fioiu* ithcir  own mines ns well as fiom othei-) will  be on exhibition. ' , > '  We in c expecting tho di edge to put in  un'appc.uunce heie inn lew days. She  should he at woik by the 1st. of Aug  so, nstb be through 'deepening the  channel hy the time lhe  water  would  othciwisc be too low. ." ���������  -    <      ��������� i  It.is liiinoied that exciting gold  dicdvuues have been made in ,thc  Trout Jaik'o dislnct. r Wc hope losoon  bo able to announce that lho* Gold  belt fioni Cairiboirio'to Poplar-Creek  hns beeii tiuced und located,     i1-   ���������  ��������� T. XV.- Gruhnmc's road *-' gang, who  foi sometime have been doing 'good  woik between Beaton* nnd Cuinboirie,  wcic foi some lcason laid off tho othei  day. 'It is rcpoitcd tlint they' will be  put on"again to-moiiow. 'Now is thc  tunc to make lopniis not 'when the  rainy season'sets in.  - ,It is lepoitcd heie that a gold aialn  galena leclirc have been discoveied on  the'130,1 ti ice,'aiid "ci ossf noi, fai fiom  the old workings. It is repoitdd also  that neb finds are being made in * the  Eva'arid' Ophir Lade ' propoi ties.l"If  lepoitsaie ti no'this* is sine.to bc^piie  of the best camps in America. ���������-.% '. ,  r' Mi'- Ogle"lecluied hcie '-'Sunday  inoinuigoii socialism. He is' a Imo  spcukei and leccivcd a good healing  At the close' of the uddicss ' Jli-  Thomson asked a numbei of questions  which weie answeid to the satisfaction  of some present. 'The'socialists seem  to be making headway and will poll  a nunibei   ot   votes., in the   Lardeau.  Very Remarkable Cure   of Diarrhoea.  "Aboutsix veins ngo for llm flrsl  time in my life J lind u sudden and  Sfveie nttiick ol diniThoen,"<Miys Mrs-  Alice Miller, of, Morgan, Texus. "I  got temporary rt-liol, lint it ciuiic hue.  again und iiguin, und inrsix long yriu-  I have suffered iiiniv misery and ugonj  limn I can tell. Il, wus worse Lliiiu  death. Mvliuslmnd spent hundreds  of dolliirs lor phytiiciuns' prus-criptions  and trculuicni, w'lLhout avail. Finally  we moved to Bos-pie enmity, our present home, and'one day I happened to  sec un advertisement of Chiiuilicilain.s  Colic,,Cholera and IJiunlioea Remedy  wilh a testimonial ol'a man who had  been cured by it. The euso was so  similar to my, own that I concluded  tn try lhe remedy. The result was  wonderful. I could < ��������� haidly icall/.e  that I wus well iiguin, oi believe iicould  he so al Lit bavin;,- sulleied so Ioiik,  buL Lliut one hoitle ol ini'dieinc, costing hut ii few ceuLs, 'cured me." 'For  Mile hy'iill dinggiiLs., J  .    CRAZING' REGULATIONS  For Manitoba/the  Northwest'Territories and the Railway Belt in  British Columbia.  Fine Upholstered Furniture.  HENRY'S NURSEBIES  .TO) w'csLmiii'.tei.noiid. ' ���������  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, * Roses,  Holland, French   "OTTT "DQ  rt   and Japan    ri   FOR FALL PLANTING  Garden, Field,and Flower Seeds  .' ALWAYS IN STOCK.  CUT FLOWERS  lor I3ulK Weddings  nnd FuneruN.  J.uasoh for Knuliiff pinprinos mo iHnucil for n  (uiin of Iw'oiily-oui) voiu'H, and tlio iciiliii IhiU  llio into of two (oats an ucio pot- minimi, puy-  able Imlf vein l.v In iidvarrco.  I.iukIn Included In u khi/.Iiik lciiho may be  wltlidiuwii foi- lioinosl oiid on liy, sulo or lull-  wuv purposoH, bnl no lontul iatliai-Ked on hiilIi  IiukIh Iioiii tlio diito upon which tlioy arc wltb  ill inv n fiom tlio'luaHu. '    <  A lonscoof Kiu'/liilf liimlsiH nolonlHied lo tlitany I lioiuon, tail ho limy, 111)01) iipiilluillou lo  llioaKonlof Dominion f.a.nlH, obtain ouch yuu  llio llinl poi mil lo cal on IiIk loimcliold wlnil-  uvui' (iiiiinllty of buy bo muy icqiiliu for lili-  own iiho, ficu of fliiax. tliudopiutnioul lOhCi-vliiK  llio iIkIiI, to Ikhiiii poi mils Io oilier appllcanl.-i.  /Vpplluillons fin Kin/hi'.' loiiKCH hhoulil be  mado to tlio hu'oiolni), iJepiirliiionl. of llio In  loi lor, Ottiiwu. " '  ,   > p. a. kbyj:s���������  Sociotiuy, llopmlnunt,of tlie Tnloiloi.  ,S', ,s\  ,TABLE  'Archer" 'or S. <S".   "Lardcau.'  %        ���������       ��������� j������  lUiiinliiK bolWLcn Anowlioiid. Tlioni(.oii���������  l.andniK ami (JoinaplK-, (omiiioneliiK Oct. lltli,  HKil, will -nil ui, fullo^-H (vvoiillior poiinlttlni,').'  I.mvu .Viiuwhond for 'I'lioniHoaV l.andliit,  nnd loinuplK-1 wleu dully ut lUk. und 151;.  l.i'iivu Coni'iplK- und I'Iioiiixoii'k I.undlii',' foi  A now bead I u leu dull j ul 7,1.11:. und 12.15k,  XlultliiK oltiso (.oini'tol Ions with nil C. 1'. It.  tinliih und bouti? ,  'I he ou'iioih leson-o lho iIkIiI to olinii ollinci-  oft-nllliiKH wllboat aolkii. ;  TllK KltlOIJ IIOIIINSON IjUMIIKUOO. 1-TI1.  ( .    '      V. IIOIIINSON,  , MiiiiukIiik llbeelor.  t . Wc   have  tin exceptional ' ,  stylish range of Parlor Furni-'  ti'tro���������all of  which   is   uphols-"  terwl by ourselves.  1 You can choose^your own'''  cover when desired.  i,    Samples mailed.     ' ,   ,  ' i 'if'  We   have   made    Home* "  Furnishing a'life study.      , , *   .,;  t'1  t  i.i.  '���������vll  Weiler Bros. S' Victoria, B.-C.  EIxEGTRIG Air S^l ^^  Complete Installations,Our Specialty    "'.'t ,  Finest Class of Machinery  '., -. "\\r   )y  The Hinton Electric Co. Limited  ,  ������ .   VICTORIA and VANCOUVER.'     ' y ,   /  juij- i  -vi  ' L  r   rVr-B  r  T>    -I     fi    I  ,       "/I  Bee Hivesn and Supplies,  1   .    FERTILIZERS: "    "  M.J..HENRY; -  '" VA.VCOUVIiH,' J3.' G. ���������  "'���������  WRAPPING "PAPER  AND  ,    .PAPER BAGS.  i ,_ .  Tho Xootcnuy Jlail has hucn  aiiliointcd ugcnt'foi one'of  the l.ugcst Cnnudi.in l'.tpor  Mills.       _       ���������  Wrapping' pnpeis in lolls or  II.it, and -paper, bugs of .ill,  wcighls und si/cs supplied to  oiduii piintcd or tinniintcd. ,  ' * l       i  Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.  Tlio Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  'TIME TABLE  (Dijiii'H Sii-.ison ol hifdi 'w-itti-r.)  Lcivc'Eight'Mile Landing each *  Tl/liSDAY AND FRIDAY nt (i iu m  Lr.ivi' La Pin 10 cull      5 ^ ,  TUKSDAY-AND FBIDAY'.it^ p,"m  SPJiUIAI, TRIPS will In' made l!u-  iw-i-cii (lull's of tcgnliii- shilling' vvhen-  e\i'i,lni-iiiH>.& olTcicd vv,ii innth witnc.' ���������  Thc Cotnp.iny reset vi'"the' i ight. tb  i-haii|*c Liinu -und d.iys,of barling without nolice.   t ������ \,  ���������   ���������*  A. PORTLAND, "  Master.  EB: EDDY'S  ^  ^^^  C. D.  BACflER,;-  ',    Pnr-er-,  Haley-on Hot Springs  *Sa n it arixi m.  THE MINES.  I.lit    HOC-k  nf    Xiirtte,  thntv liic-  Uc.b&land bliipnieutt.  foi  wi'ie olohu to 9.000 tout..  tieoigo II. Robinson,  Mont, has puicli.ihcil lhe  lioi-ccnl inteiebl of Finnic Leonaid in  lho Enipiesij grouj; of clainib for a con-  bidoinlion in the. nuighboihood of $20,-  000.     _   '  Jlctniiis of $20.1: a ton h.ive been  leuL-ivcd on n .shipment of 22 tons of  Lucky Boy and Jloisesdioe oie, the  gientei p.ut of which vv.ib fiom tlio  gnibs-iootb. The manager, Mr Ste.id,  ihinks llial lhe next shipment will  e.ibily go $300.  Theio is a likelihood lh.it before the  session clobi-s Hon Mr. Sifton will m-  Liodtice legislation for the creation of  a (lep.ntmciiL of mine-. This im-  Im��������� i t.inl i haiij-L' m.is fuit.-.sh.iili>w('il l>y  lhe nnnibli'i in his evpl.in.itioiib to  i he hotibo .dui ing biipply List week  'lire niii'istei h.ib .iho.idy engaged a  eoiiipetont geologist in thc poison of  Di K.ianol, and it is piob.ible that un  c\peit iniiiuiiilogi-'t and un expert  chemist und met.ilhngist will n|-.o he  added lo the atutl. By moans oi  [itactio.il woik in the field unci in the  inboinloiy und lhe compilation of m-  linble statistics, it   is  hoped to give to  NAKUSP.  From our own Correspondent.  A   (l.uightei    was   boin   to Mi. and  Mis Clemencc July 28.  .ill. .ind Mis. Wnrrcw weie here last  week' fiom Owen  Sound  visiting theii  rel.itne, Mis McKissock.  J. Cadden and family left on Saturday last foi .i tup to thc cist, T. Goi-  don taking his place us engineer.  G T Mon, C. P R. agonl' heie, loft  Satuicl.iy for Sandon G 13 Ch.iridlui  of Tluco Poiks took his place heie..  T F. MoDoug.iId having puichased  the house and lot belonging to JJ St  Tennis, is now busy building an addition lo il.  Thestoini last Wcdneblay ovcnim.'  was ,i \ciy seveieone. It bioko lho  safety liuoni and outer boom foi .ho  Yalo-Colunibia. Lumber company  Thcic was u meeting.of the citi/ens  of Xukiisp in Abiicl's h.ill foi the pui-  pose of electing .i candidate to attend  tho laboi convention to be held in  Now Denvci August 1. The meeting  w.is well attended.  ZSSSH  "(jnDB  *=B cat  fl3HC3QC  toaot  ���������i||| iXZZ&a  BSs������nrT?,������,^.'������'?i!sraRgB.'?,  BclEiuai3Ba1lRaaBDBRaMI  JU^Cacurj*fua5aci3LiRnbp6oant*inqQr:  l*nmmmcMtammnamaiammoimmmmmm _  ������i  8,"  '4  n't  ������5������  1:1  ��������� :���������  ������-B  SO  I-I  ���������S������  |llr>HBnpinni..i.iKanBeR������.ci.i  '.BaailairnHRibaHDgB������>BtaB>Bi������i  Nov In ItsiStk Vcar  Tt-s I ���������-!.-���������: nl-'i-: porbdic-u of tho  torl-i, v. r. ilia Eirficon editorial slifl  of 1-/I-I- i-lcal p.b'icstlon.  S'l zr-l,> 'ri So 00 a year (IncluJInc  U "   Cai-dlai. Mc/lcan P35la>;. )  Tr-o Jojphal otI Pacific Coast  Mi isr lOLclnrr. ������6 00.  St-ipId copies, trca. Gend for Dook  Cata'orufi.  The EiiGit.TERmn and Mis'ko Journal  261 Brcadwa/, New Yori.  5s������  TPHE MEDICAL WATERS nf Hal-  X oyon aie the most i ui'iitivt; in the  win Id. A perfect,-> nutiii.il.i einedy lor  all Net miiis 'und Mn-i nlui" disease's,  Liver, Kidney und>Slnin.'it-li .uliiicnls  und Metallic Poisoning. 'A Mil i'c lire  toi '"Th.tt Tned Fc.ehug." Speinil  rates on all lio.ils ,uul ir.uns. Two  minis aiiiyt' undndep.ii t i-m-iv d.iv.  Tclegi.iph "commiini'.atioii with ali  parts ot tlie^woi Id., An expel lenced  mass.ingi'i. i  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrotu LaKe, IB. C. '  '  THE CITY- EXPRE  *.   E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt dehvciy of p.ucels, h.igi,M!{e,  etc , lo any p.ut of the Cilj  Any Kind of Transferring  OOEAN STEAMSHIPS  , " '   Royal Mall Linos.  ' Choapo-st Route to tho Old Country?  ''          Al.I.VN LIN'IC-Kioui Montreal.  Bin in inn           . ' ' '                     July li  Ionian        ... .        .   >     July i.'i  Tiinisiu.il        . Au-f 1  DOMIXrON LINK-Fiom JIonLio.il.', ~  Caniula *��������� .. Julj  18  ICuir-.riigton    . ������       ' .July L'j  Dominion        . "   ' '."i\ii(j 1  D0M1X1ON MNK-Kiom J!o-,toii.'i3     ()  Majflouci     j-������.    ",   , *    '      ' July 111  Columbia July i.M  CoiniiionuciILli "r Mu I j .10  CAN. l-ACIl'IC ll'Y,JJINK-l''ioni Montreal.  Luke"Ki io    ' ' '        .1 ulv 2,1  l.!iku'M.iiiili>l>i ."     . '      . - lulv.in  Luke Champl.un ' . \.ij n  fAllKUlCAN LIXJS-Fiorn Now- Yoi k;  Phil.ulolplilii.' " '."   '   ".July l.i  ���������dr I'nul >   ' ������-_-., i7l||j ���������,  St. Lo_ui- ' ' * '- "..   Jn!) '������)  'wiIlfK STAIt LINKTKioin Now -\ ink. \  Cudno . ..    '.July 17  Mniosiic *- Jnly'-H  Cokio ' ' >      July il  Oceanic July ii'i  Piiiscnirois ticketul tluouifli to all parts ol  Gio.it Britain and Iiuland. and at specially lou  inle-ito all pairs of Llio Kuiopuui continent  Applj tn m-.ui-.t, i ail way or MCiimilup ugont oi  io (  T..W. BUAnsUAW.   ARcnt.   Rovolstollo.  W. P   F  CUMMINGS. Paoiflo Agont  ^  ^  ,' ",KING  HOWARD" HXXK  ,V     '���������IlI-lADLIGl'lT,;', SIKIs.  '     "lBAGLis."l(XN1i'ndaU(|..  .."VICTORIA,"  '"���������littlVgombt." , y  FOR  SALE   EVERYWHERE  .   '.       i I  ^  &  Are the best that can-be bought."  /     *���������'','   *. *"   ��������� >' >- "'  .Doii't experiment with' other and 'inferior brands.  .' i.  \yf*,\  ';������.m  .'.Ml  'k>' ' J, ���������">'**<&  s ��������� '������'ti"l'f"*������i  y^'i'^ji-rM  iIJSEi EI])'3D^"3S:;  -V."  ���������.-I'.- f i* i&#|  ~^-, 't'Th^ml  ��������� .    - ',i.', ",'-as'w?l  ^0<H>0<K>O^KKK^><>OK>00<><>^ ' / <i$$&\  ��������� '/'"'^l? I  * * i   AASscmA  ^y������I  ,^,''/.i''S������  UNION zHOTEt  yd. LAUGHTON, Proprietor ..    ,   ��������� ���������   JA,���������.  '. REVELSTOKE, B.-G:  : / -yfe.^S  ni of-Lhe iiavflling  '   T>.'',./,^/^H^I  TlnS hntel is'now open ftw Lhe ���������iccoiiiimoiI.iIu  'pulilic.    IL i^ Lhe'niosL (niiwuiHiillv bitUMLcd hntfl in 11 if* (it v/lK*injrfc  nL I he cornet ol FiibLSLioei .inrl Ooniiauj^hr- Aveimc, ii^llnj hiMitor  Un* husiucss portion of llu* tiLy, L(invt*nuMic to  i.ithvay station a'nd  -post ollko..1 i-        ' * '   l ,        . *J T        ������������������J ������   * ,^M    ^ ������-* '  First Class Accommodation and Tabic.  " *���������    f     f *    " ������ J       ij *  Best Brands of Wincs,J Liquors and  Cigars.  ���������JT-f J]  \  rfVJJi���������."l,iwV_i-  Mt  Vli,vJ.     i..f'V?������K|i  t"j  -4-' r^'V'^'^ '-yV-^Pm  9'..  "i  i,i l.i *"y*3?������  Ml  ijJy'fO.I  Ul1flfi  s  All   iiiilcis   li-ft    .it.lt    M   Sum l In '  TnhiiLU" Stun*, in   h",   'JVl('|iiliui(J,  Nn  will ii"u*ne fiinni|iti Htlrntiini  Wing Chung's newly imported slock of Chinese  and'Japanese goods.  The best assoittnent ever  landed in \ Revelstoke of  useful  articles:  md     ornamental  'I'l-IL son ILCS  Pluti s  Hoi-kcU  Cuuo Cli.ms  irmulkoi olnuf-.  1 lll-\ (-1   I'tils  Umliiolla Sliiiuls  hunch Iluski'ls  fel.iokllii.'.IncUls  bill. ClooiN  ������'!  ���������so  ioi  Mining & Legal Purposes  Transfers, Options, lJo\vcrs  of Attorney, Statutory Declarations, Proxies, etc., can  he obtained at the  ..Kootenay Mail dee..  GOLD FI.SIL  Kinost stock of ciiwlics .mil fi nil in town  Front Stropt, Revelslokc  Trademarks  Copyrights  datents a:;nc  * obtained In all countries,  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical    Engineer    and     llnuiglilsinini  Hank  of U. K. A. Uulldlngs, UtisLIiiKs Struct  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A postcard ������lll sucuro an otctilng appoint  ment (or those who cannot call dm Ing thu day  BIG HORN  BRAND  REGISTERED  Union  Overalls,  Made     _._,  WI  bliiils,  Old nils.  Dcnini Funis.  'I weed Pants,  ' iii|tinndu I'lints,  .Iiini|icis,  Illonsi -,  I'.iiKiiiccis' .Inckcls.  \\ mil i-'.lnckiK  I) li la is' .Inckcl*,  CIIiikIiiiiii .I.lcI.iN  Mi-slim riiiiincl Ull-  llui Ill-Ill,  MANU'I'-AU  Conks'  'UKK  A pious   and  Cips.  Cainuiili is' A pi ons,  VViiiIci-'' A pi tins,  I'aintuis' mid I'liLsti i-  cis'Oioialls,  Mnckiniu* (Jo its,  ^laoktniiw I'.inl-',  Tin p minis,  niiiiiniKu 11 i^*s,  lloinc Dliinkct-,  'I'c'ils.  Kiori'ic , i it-- ----- -\  Kslnlilishcd Itil.l    Incoipoilitdl I'JlJ.  TURNER, BEET0N & CO.  MIIIl'l-.I),  WHOLESALE MERCHANTS,  War i-liaii-i s. Wliiu f Sit eel.  l-'ncloij, I I in si Ion SI i eel,  VICTORIA,  li. O.  NewJv   Iniilt  ,/^^>s .REVELSTOKE,.ByG.--^|^  lbrahamsonsbros., proprietors. ' , '.y ., ' "J ���������~ y^i&Ji  , it " i.'      ' ;       >'ViBi������'iv!l  ABRAHAMSONSBROS.,   PROPRIETORS,  i .i '     ,  First-chis* in e\cry lespect.     All mod'ein conveniences  , ,   j Luijre Sample Roomfe.  Rates SI 50 per Day  *        .    Special Weekly" Rates  Queen's Hotel, Trout  Lake/ under same  management.  s fa?\  ' fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa>  fa  rfa  fa  fa  fa  fa  HOTEL   LARDEAU  e=es= OOMAPLIX - -1-  ������$������ .  fa?  fa  fa,'  The Best house in Town.    -    Well Furnished, -    Good. Table fa  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.      J  W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.   ' ^|  (^(^(^(^(^(|i(^r^(^h^(^e^(^f|i^f^i^)(^^  ���������'���������" ,/��������� to1  ,   J,''y "iOt.b  yts f4<&[  ' '. 'irf.^-1  iVO-bV*??1.  vJ '.-rait.  " y^:-"m>  'f::-.i(ml  -  y*;\0  Jf I  -.-ifr  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished with ihecchoicest the market  affords        Best   Wines,   Liquors, ���������& Cigars.   .   '  Rates $ i a day.     Monthly'rate.   *'  J-.      ALBERT      STOISTE].      PROP"  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  Eb'IN'S HOTEL  yVoijii/y. iii Suites  and Coll Water  J. c.  ivit/i Tat hi,  aud   Toilets attached, Jloxuing Hot  Inside Toilets'on cadi floor, Gas Lighted and  Steam  Heated' Throng/tout.  GREENE, Proprietor,        -        GOLDEN; B. C.   *'  Si  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paid  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer In^^asE^-  BEEP,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All nidus piomplly (Mli'd.  F.    B.   WELLS9  Exporter of Furs.      I REVELSTOKE, B. C.,  Cor ni'i    DoiikIus  and King directs.  OOMAPLIX  - CHIEF YOUNG-, -       -     Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Travellers  to  Fish Cieek will find excellent  accommodation  at this Hotel.  Neatly and      jhe Kootenay  Expeditiously'  Executed at   Wail Office. THE KOOTJEJMAY MAIL.  i   \  i  ."��������� i>������  1 *- . We.Have a'large assortment of the best American'   and     Canadian,  1 makes of  i  i>i' , . '  Ladies and (rent's Purses  Card Cases and     . .  i ' ' *  CKatelaine Bags,  (' "  ' .  ,AI1' the  on hand.  newest  it the   '  styles  CANADA DRUG '  AND BOOK CO.liw.ited  REVELSTOKE.'' ���������  ���������>-1  ������, ��������� t~  i y,  .ji, iy  ��������� '���������&���������  ij^  BORN.  i "  Fir.vsi:is���������At Kevelstoke, .Inly 25th, lo  ���������   ' Mr. ii nil Mrs. 0. J. Fnisi-r, n son.  McOaiity���������At Kevelstoke,  .Inly 2.">ilr,  to Mr. nnd Mrs. J'VMcCnrty, ii son.  L.uviti-xci-���������(At Kevelstoke, .luly, 20th,  to Mr. nnd   Mi-svThos.' Lawrence, n  iSOIl. , '*  j ''-  San*ijiii:i!C���������At   Kevelstoke, .Mil.* .'J 1st,  ��������� ,   to  .Mr. and Mrs. Oie ^and ben:, ,of  . Albeit C.inyoii, n .son.  That ilro arms are being lecklc&sly  lined hy boys or others mound the city  was evidenced on Monday when a bullet passed "through the kitchen of F.  Manning's residence, entciing hy the  window on Lhe west and passing uut  by a window opposite. Mrs. Manning  had been ' working but a few minutes  previously'at a table under one of the  windows." Jt is thought thc shot was  lired from the skating link, but Mrs.  Manning being alono no investigation  was'madc.    .  Social and Personal  ���������;* MARRIED.        V  Piiossi:i!-Caki:y���������At Kevelstoke, July  22nd, <. by     Kev;   Father . Lnidon,  c Chillies A.'l'iosscr and'-Miss Anna  Carey, both of Nelson.  DIED. '  Cr.AUK���������At    Ciimborns,     July    21st,  -���������   Edward Clark, aged 51 years.1'    -  Giimo.v���������At   ..Stevcston,    July' .27th,  Ch.ules II. Gibbon, f.ithei   of  Mis.  II. 'JO. it. Sim the,   of, Kevelstoke,  '     and 'Mrs. C. T. J)i.iiiiond,  of  O.un-  boi-nc.  LOCAL & GENERAL  f-'It is estimated that the  cle.in up of  . ])ick:pockets  nt   the ' Winnipeg' e\hi-  '   hition would amount to $(5,000.  * ' Medicine II.it defeated tlie Manitoba  lacros'C   champions   atMedicincJI.it  , "on Wednesday ' hy a score of 1,to 1.  The Sotui-. team is due to play at Nelson todnv.    - ' e  TheMontie.il Sham locks are coming  west again  this year  and will play at  ^  N'cvv   Westminster  dining  exhibition  ,   week. - They   are   also   booked  for< n  mutch at Kelson before returning east.  '    The   hospital  .boaid 'held 'its l.ibt  "meeting Thursday evening,' the   business   beinir of a routine nature.    It is  ' expected th.rt the repot t to be prcscut-  , ecM>y the letiring oflicers   at   the annual meeting Monday no^ will   lie of  a \ciy encouraging character.  The   band     boys    leave   tomorrow  -. morning for Golden to furnish music  for the sports to be held theie on Monday and Tuesday, the ball on evening  oi first day. nnd'a band concert on  Tuesday evening as a wind up of the  celebration. Win. S.nvyei will be in  fiom Armstrong and accompany them  on the tiip.  ���������1 correspondent wiites us fiom St.  Leon. We are having a .nost eri-  L joyable time here, boating and fishing.  ' One thing we appreciate after Kevelstoke is the absence of mosquitos. Jt  is a pleasure at St. Leon to sit outside  breathing in the balmy air fiom the  lake without Inning to constantly  wage war with the wretched little  mosquitos. Mr. Grady is just the  same as usual doing all lie can to make  the time pass pleasantly foi his guests-.  Abrahamson J3ios. have at the Central hotel a small sample of the gold-  bearing quaitz from Poplar creek  which is well worth seeing. The lock  is fairly studded with the yellow metal  which" is clearly visible to the naked  eve. Tn sending the sample their  brothers at Trout Lake .write: "The  gold strike at Poplar creek is something wonderful and is creating great  excitement. Jt is certainly the greatest made in J5ritish Columbia. Thc  sample we send you is not a picked  one.'"  Geo. Laforme spent the week iu the  city.  A. Ferguson wiis in the city during  the week.  .Irts. Hathaway came in from 10-Mile  Wednesday.  5A. W. Mclnosh returned this week  from his tiip west.     / .       i    *  Eli Wiitersoh came   up   fiom 'Camborne on Thuisdny. ' , '  Miss Pitts, ofKat J-oi'lnge, is visiting  Mrs. Cottrell of this city.  W.'J. McCalluni' was' in the city  yesteiday, fiom Salmon' Arm.   ' y  Mayor  O'Jiiieii returned   Thursday  from a visit to the Okanagan.   "  ' Mis.  A. Evans)  of  Caiiiliorne, and  Miss'Thomson,  of  IJeaton, aie  in the  city." a  Mrs, Tomlinsuii leturned in the  eiirlyfiiirt of the week from a visit  to lleaton.       , ' i  Arthur Crowe returned from a .two  months vacation trip to his homo in  Truro, N. S.  '.Mioa'Wuidof.C. U. :Iume it Co.  returned'from her eastern tup, to  Winnipeg and Calgary. '      (>       ,,  Mi's. Hopgood "leturned'fiom Spokane last evening accompanied'by her  niece.' Miss Clara Mcliridu. ,'  J. JJ. Mackenzie, of Conuiplix, came  up ,from Coinapli.v Wcdnes'day and  went to Vancouver.Tliuisdayv ,_ '  \ Gold 'Conimissioiici Fiaser. went  south yesteidny moining accompanied  by .Mrs. Fraser and Miss M. liiick.  '- Mrs. Crick"visited her sonsheicon  Thuisdny going west in the evening  to Kamioops with her daughtei, Mis.  Shafer..      ' ' *  -Mis. O'Brien gave a childien Vparty  last Monday1' afternoon, it being the.  anniversary of lrei (laugther 'Gladys's  bhthdav. "' '  *- ,  The^ Ladies'- Aid- ot . St. ��������� Andiew 's  chinch "> purpose holding a' lawn  sociable on the chinch giounds on the  20th inst. '-*'    i.  u Mi. and JIis.'Jackson le'tui'iied fiom  the coast cities, whcie they have spent  the week. They' intend .visiting in  the city a few days.      - y *'  E Ivdwaids was removed home fiom  the" hospital , Thuisdny morning and  is recovering lapidly from efl'ects of  the operation, pei foi med.l.ist week.  'Mi. AV'ickens ledger-keeper at the  Jinpeiial bank, ���������, leturned Fnday  morning from Vancouver wheic-hu  spent three \eiy enjoyable",y\eek's  holidajs. i  Miss Ida Jlobbs, daugthcr ofK. E.'  lIobbs,,.Vancouvei, who has been" in  t.nining at the Winnipeg 'general  hospital, visited her.uncle of this city,  foi :i couple of days- while enroute  to her home in Vancouver.        y  The liivvn social given on Mrs Kil-  pat.-ick'> grounds last evening hy the  Ladies Hospital Guild was ;i giand  success notwithstanding the fact that  the weather dm ing the day wa^my-  thing but favoiable. The grounds  weie well lighted nnd piettily decorated,  and many of the guests aniuseihthem-  selvci by dancing on thc green to  music furnished by the band A nice  stun was realized to help swell the hospital c.xchequei.        ,  Thc opeia house on Monday even-  was thc scene of gaiety on the occasion  of the shiit waist dance given hy the  laciosseclub. Seldom has theie been  .i dance or ball in the city so well  p.ttioni/.cd, arid the boys must certain-  iv feel pi oud of thc fact that such  an inteicst is this season being taken  in their orgnni/a'tion. The hall was  piettily decoiated.with iiags and colors  of the club, whilcin thc centre oi the  stage was placed the goal and net  together with sticks. Kefreshments  were piovided by the laches and  scivcd by members of the team.  The Independent ..band furnished  music for the occasion'and lesponded  fieely to the numerous encores; the  extras being played by Mrs. Wilkes  and Miss Garvin. When theXational  Anthem was struck up at 3 o'clock  veiy few were missing fiom the largo  assemblage of the evening,:!, fact which  was somewhat noticablfi and went to  show that all had an enjojable time.  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in the World.  Mail us 15 Koyal Crown Soup  Wrappers, and in return we  will, mail n beautiful Picture  ' size 16x20 ; or for 25 Wrappers  your choice of over 100 books. ,  Drop us a post card* asking  for a catalogue of premiums  to be had FKKB for Royal  Crown Soap Wrappers.  Address  .  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. Limited.  CUS'lOMS AND REVENUE.  That the business ot Revelstoke and  vicinity i-i incieasing rapidly is shown  hy the large increase in the customs  and inland revenue icceiptq during thc  pant thice veais at the local ollice.  For the year ending June 30th, 1001.  the iceripts were $10,000, and this  amount was doubled the following  yeai; hut the je.ir ending .Iiiiii'30th  "l.i������t far e\-(ce(l-> p-i.-t lecords and gives  a leturii of nearly !p0,000 Of this  splendid .--hovving .i considerable pro-  poitinii is realized on mining inacliin-  ici-ythc importation of which is in  it.-elf a giand indication (if the ad-  v uir-ciiipiit being rmide in the mining  industry of the district.  UGGESTI0NS  A COOL PLACE  A NICE DRINK  Tl)'���������-(- an' what von find al. thc  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  RED CROSS  SUDA AND ICE  CREAM  PARLOR  J. A. JUIJiKIC & CO.  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures M Put In.  Second Street, Revelstoke  BUSINESS LOCALS.  NEW POTATOES 2 cents pri pound  nt Jt. Tapping's.  Ice cream,11 soft drinks and cider at.  the City Knkeiy. ,  \L XV. 'JJennett moved into his new  store this week.  You   can save   money by , insuring,  with J I. N. Couisior.  ���������' Pei-i'iiin.   "You can get it at the Canada Drug & Kook Co's.  Take advantage of some of 'the bargains on Monday.���������C. JJ. JI nine & 'Co.  ���������. The St. Leon Hot Springs has been  opened anil is 'now icady to accomodate visitois,  Visitors to Cniiihoinc sliould tnke  A. Ciaig's stage fiom Denton. - Quickest loute, best service.   -  nil. W. J. CURKY, ���������'   , ���������     '  ,    llesident Dentist,   1  Ofliee.jn Tnyloi^JJMjj^^  'Kond C. JJ. Hume it Co.'s  change of  advertisement, on   Ihst   page tof, this  issue.  . L   - '"  ���������   "  Everything in ollice suppljes. Typewriting paper, ribbons, etc., at- Canada.  Diugit Book.Co'.-,  j   ."     .        ' f  Leave your oi dors' for pies of  kind���������meatj-inince,. or', fruil-7-.1t  Cily J3.ikciy.���������A. JO. JJennison.  Travellers visiting "Kevelstoke  find the best accomodation at  Central Hotel. Abrahamson Jiros.  u South AJricaii War Land Grant���������  Those entitled who want,to sell should  communicate, with. P. O. "JJox 402,  Vnncouvei   v "  When you conic to Kevelstoke hail  the Central Hotel, bus to take you to  a good hotel. Abrahamson ��������� Bros  Pi ops. rr  When you want to get to Camboinc  in speed and com foi t, 110k out foi A.  Ciaig's stage line-when landing at  Beaton. '  If you want the puicst of drugs and  kept fiesh all Jhe time, get join pie-  sciiptions filled at the Canada JJrug  iv: JJook Co's. ��������� *  Tendeis nic 'called in this issue by  the manager of the Imperial Bank foi  tho election yif n comoincd hanking  ollice and residence at Kevelstoke  Tlie Kooir.XAY Mail'and Family  lleiald and "Weekly Star will bo sup'-  plied for balance of, -1003 for !H.30,  together with'two pictuics "I'urity'.'  and "Alone." .     ''*'*   <  il. J. Henry," of Vancouver, has  01 doied scvcial tons of bulbs fiom  Japan, Holland .iiid'.Fiiinccraiid expects they will anivc e.uly in September for lho fall planting.  A. M. Ciaig still conducts the feed,  livery .md freighting stables at Beaton,  and i'i������ saddle hoises and light and  heavy conveyances for hire at. all  times. His daily stage for Goldlielcs  and Camborne meets  the   steamboat  a ny  ,thc  will  the  o  SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION PICNIC  The variqus committees entrusted  with the duties of canying out arrangements for the Sunday school picnic at  Albert Canyon on ;August J2th are  busily engaged looking after the details or" their respective branches and  hy that date will have ever-, thing in  lencincss for an outing such as the  people 01 Revelstoke have not hitherto  enjoyed. There will be no age limit,  as stated last week, but all school children are invited and will be carried  free, the committees suggesting that  those who do not attend one or other  of the Sunday schools should he accompanied by their parents or .1 guardian. Tickets are being r-old by thc  ladies to adults at the nominal fee of  75 cents for the round trip, the pio-  cecdi to be devoted to defraying expenses . and purchasing children's  tickets.  The iadio3 on the provision committee met on Tuesday evening to make  the nece������sai-y food arrangement. A  number of ladies were present repies-  enting the four churches, when it was  decided that instead of the children  taking baskets, the ladies should canvas the-.tovvn. and the following ladies  have kindly consented tocanvjisdifVcr-  ent districts: .Mrs. Mcltury and Mr>  Smith, the low'pr town t'i thc top of  Douglas hill; Mr^ Dickey and Mr--.  Bain, from Douglas hill to the po.st  ollice, Mrs Uews and Mi-s Xoinia  .Smith, from the pri-t oflice to Hume's  -to'-e; Mis Aman and .Mh- Hobb-,  from ffunie'.s -tore to the .station and j  Knh"on .stieet; Mrs. Wilkes and Mi-.  D.irrngh, from Robson street, ci-t and  -tntion to Watson's milk ranch. A  table will he laid for all who cannot  conveniently contribute prnv i-nonv, orr  which there will he a contribution box-  and all money contributions will be  thankfully nccived and go towards  expense.  Cholera Infantum.  This ha*, lontt bi-en regarded lit one  of the most diinpci'i'oii- and fatal rti������s-  i-.ces In which infants an- -<iiliji-i-t,. Jt  ran he cured, however, when piopeily  tteatcd. Ah'bat i- nece^Miry is to  give Chamberlain.a Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, as  directed wilh each bottle, and a  cuie is certain. Forsale by all dr ug-  gisls.  Two political cciiventioii-, weie held  in Kamioops Wednesday for purpose  of nominating candidates I''. ./.  De.'ine was unanimously chosen ns the  liberal .standaid-bearer, and F. J. Kul-  ton wits'selectccl by the conservatives.  CORRESPONDENCE  lldllnr,K(10-ii:n-vv Mvrr.:       (  '���������Sir,���������Kindly allow mc space to reply  toyouriCditoii.il in last week's Mail.  You say: "While we do not believe  the socialists arc strong enough to  return a candidate for Kevelstoke, nor  is it in our opinion dcsiiable in the  public inteicst they should 'be, they  will do good service by drawing public  attention forcibly to desirable reforms  and . by ei eating a public .opinion  which will '"demand moid 'advanced  platform-i'from both the liberal and  conservative, parties." JJeie you have  acknowledged the ignorance and incompetence ov else the dishonesty of  the old parties, while at the same time  acknowledging thafthc socialist paity  alone sees the necessity for reform and  is "cicating ;publio opinion which will  demand moie advanced platforms  from'both the libeial and conservative  parties." This only bcais out the  'socialist contention that the moie'you  demand the moie you will get, and  that necessary leforins will be enacted  and cnfoiccd just in piopoition to the  growth and 'aggiessiveness of , the  socialist party.  Then you ��������� inliodiicc tho much  abused vvoids evolution and levolution.  Evolution means "ihosoiies of steps  by'which a germ becomes an adult  organism." -Revolution .means"!!  radical and sudden ' change, peaceful  or otherwise." 'What you mean by  "evolution by.ballots" 1* a in at a loss  to know. The piescnt system has  been evolving siuee'tho invention of  the.&teani engine and/ the spinning  jenny. Eiom the hand loom in the  homo of the weaver to tho gigantic  factory; from the blacksmith's forge to  the. Carnegie steel plant. Ballots cannot stop it evolving 'nor is'it desirable  that Ihey should.^ Jtwill continue to,  evolve and as'it'evolves capital will  concentrate, must '' coiicentiate,> in  order ^to ulili'*e ithe new methods.  Perhaps by evolution 1 jou mean that  we will get.back ,0110 thing at a time.  That is le.ue Ihe^govcihmcnt 111 their  hands and they will give it back to us  gradually. . J t"would .not',1 be good fo/  us to getrit all in one'geneiation. Mr.  Editor, one foi in. of exploitation is as  bad as another and so long as one of  the princinal means of production is  left in capitalist hands^the exploitation will not be lessoned.'    '  Jf tlio woiking class should return a  majority oi the U. C. government that  would be '<i political levolution.  Whether it would he in the public  inteicst'or not depends altogether upon who you mean by 'tho'public. The  socialist paity is pledged to use the  powers of government 111 theinteiests  of the woiking class. That is why it  is the .only 'paity Jambs .Dunsniun  feais. D > you suppose that il socialists  weie in power it would be' possible foi  Jim Duiisinuii- Ho" employ Chinamen  to replace thc striking mineis ln.Cum-  bciland contiary to Maw. J ,do_ not  blame Riehaid McBndc lor not enforcing the law, riin've , no doubt that  personally he would be glad to do it,  but he can't do it, his mastcis will not  allow hiiii'to do it, and* should he tiy  it he woufd' be-unable' to lnise a  campaign fund: 'Corporations do not  donate'to'parties that enforce labor  laws.* Only.,a working "class government can enforce labor laws.  You assume that Hf B.'C'weie to  return a socialist legislative tomoirow  ihey', vvoiil(i"''immediatcly attempt to  establish a co-opeia'tivc common wealth  in B. C.-witliout.iegaict to the rest of  the world. 'Xo socialist cvci thought  of such a1 thing. Socialists know that  socialism 111 * its fullest' sense is not  possible in any one countiy much less  in B. C. Industiial conditions aic  lipe for the change tlio'vvoi Id ovei.  How soon the change will take place  all depends on how long thc woiking  class continue tov use their heads foi  hat pegs. 0 -  HI weie io ask you, Mr. Editui,  \vh..t is thc greatest.question confronting all civilized nations today I have  no doubt you would answei���������the labor  question. Still you do not think it  best to have this momentous question  treated by specialists but think thc  best way to avert 'danger is to leave  the government in the hands of the  incompetent or the dishonest. You  icar that outside capital would be  timid if we had a socialist government.  The time has auivcd when 'small  capitalists aie glad to lind any,old  place to invest their capital. Any  way you, may rest assured that so long  as a socialist government needs them  they will not scare them away. You  have utteied.ii wail of despair. You  say practically that conccntiatcd'  capital i} so povveiful that we must  surrender.  Pkoi.k'iakia.v.  Reve!=toke,-July 20th, 1IJ03  S. S. REVELSTOKE PASSENGERS  v" Up July 21���������J. I). Sibbald, Torn  Downs, A. Bradley, Downic; Mis.  Watson, Uoyd-.; C. B. Jfiirne, A. Dodd,  /{c\eKl''kc Lumber Co's camp 1, 0.  L'onald-on, Neil McLennan, Dan Do-  herty. Ham Jlonnell), Camp 2 and  return,  Down���������Torn Edwind-, J. E. Lena: ix,  Arthur Ifill, M. Quinri, Wood Beth'.  J. W. Jar ksou, Gioige Liiformc, D.  Mefiito-h O Watf-on, D. .May, (J J.  Rumen', (1 Sandberg, .1. M. Kellie,  I'evel-tose.  Up Lily 23���������("us AiidoTi-oii, Dowrii";  D. L Clnrti rami, A ('h.n teiarid, A.  Vincent C. May, P. LocclK I', if.  Holland, E. Criui-hj. Chai les Urmi-  nctt. John Carmicha'-I, Ham D.miiclly,  Camp 2  jjowri���������If. Wynn, V. Bonnet, Mrs.  Lund, Tom Downs, E. A. Bradley, J.  C. Montgomery, Revelstoke; Mike  Loikii-, Camp 1  MERCHANTS.  CITY COUNCIL.  City Council met' last evening with  the Mayor in the chair; 1 Aid. McLeod,  Eoote, McCarty, Mv Million,'and Law  present.  / '        . ��������� '<  'C'oititi:.srcM'i:xci:.'  John,Shaw repoi'.-ng fire alarms  working satisfactoiily^���������Filed.  Geo. Lembkc lepoiting he had inspected electrical installation done by  Moscrop Bros, and found .same satisfactory.��������� filed. ,   (  T. Kilpatrick acknowledging .petition and stating company proposed  electing stock yauls on old mill site.���������  Filed. , - '   '   ,  A.'L. Mnddbcks asking raise of salary  from $00 to $75.���������To be informed  salaries lcii'iain as thoy are for rest of  cinrcnt year." '  LoMaistio k Scott making formal  demand for 'privilege of inspecting  minutes and correspondence irr connection with recreation grounds deal.  City clerk stated ire-sis. LeMaistie.  it Scott had a heady laken copies'of  two motions nnd ol 'communication  from Athletic Association.  After some discussion, the communication was oideied filed, and the  clerk inslinoted 'to furnish applicants  with all i'nlormation in'minute book  lelntiiig to proposed pin chase of iccie-  ation'ground.     ^ '      . ,  ,.   cii;.ni:kai..  Aid. McMnhon icportod ho lind gone  to inspect liver bank protection woik  below Mr. Coiirsier's.-but found water  too high.   .    '  ' Aid. Koote said Aid". McLeod and  he had visited pioposed site of garbage  grounds but thought inspection should  be deferiediintil lower stagO'Of water.  ' Aid. Koote leported 'he Mind let contract-of painting city hull to Mc-  Kem-ie & Ramsey their tender being  lower of���������tho two received, $110. Work  to be done within tlnee weeks of date  of contract vv Inch j would be, signed  when building in'i cadiiie.-s.   -  Aid. McM.i'hon -lepoiled on ladder  tiucks and ladders saying they would  bo ready, in a few days., invoice of  mnlciiiil loi ladders having been  icecived. ��������� ,     -    - <  .  Libia iy   building .'yvasJ reported  as  completed.    ^ -, ' " . _  Chinese 'laiindrymcn to be given  notice-that unless by-law is complied  wilh within I I days the'Council will  tnke i')ioci'(.diiigs lo ' enforce 'said by-  law.        ( , j ���������r ,    .  Water, pipe for .connection with  jrarboi Lumber'Col's null audi mains  in that distnct was leported to liand.,  I'-ne, water nnd light committee was  icqucsted to lep'ort on placing of stieet  light neai P. Somes' lesidencc. '  Tho'ifavoi thought' it' advisable, to  send men out to' exploie, for water  with view' to niipioving present system;  It iW.is^decided to have J). Mcintosh  and R. GokIoii exploie at, diy season  and lepoi t.       ,'    -_        .'"' - ,   ���������  Aid. J-'oote,   iloLeod   and 'McCarty  w01 c appointed a  committee  to  pui-  chase fuinituie foi city hall.  ,  -Accounts  weie  passed-and council  adjourned A       ' '  ''    Valuable Time Saved.'. .  Slight injuries ofterr'disabU' ,1' man  and cause , sevet'iil' days' loss of time  and-'when blood, poison1 develops,  sometimes lesult in.the loss of a hand  or dun li.' Chamberlain's .Pit in Balm  is an antiseptic, liniment, when applied "to mis, brui-es and bums it  causes ihem to heal quickly and without' maturation, and "-pivvenls. any  daiifrer ot blood poison. For sale by  all (liuggists. '    . *    '  Revelstoke. Hospital'Society. *'  The Annual General  lUei'tint' ot the Uevul-  lloke Hoi-nlal Soeietj will tie held on Jlondny  t.\ cm 1 it;, Auijusl .lid, nt a o'clock, 111 lhe Council  Chamber, o\ or No. 2 F11 e Unll.  '    ' A: li. P]rir'l'S,"Sceieiiiij-.  CITY OF REVELSTOKE. .  "VfOTJCK is lieicby gnen Unit the lli'-t -it-  JL> IniKs ol the Court or Rev isioti ol! Ihe Cily  ol Revekloke foi- the pur pose ot I1u.u111g.nl  complaint-against tlie.vsse-sinenl foi lhe.vc.u-  IIK1I, .u> made bj I be Absessor of the City of  HcvelsLokc, will be held at lhe (.it,- Hull, Uev-  ol-toke, 11. C, on Monday, August 21, lUili. nt 10  o'clock .1.111. ,  U. I'ZLOYD.  Cilj Cleik.  Revels'oke, 11 C. .Inly 21, IUII.I ,.     -  WANTED-KAITTIKUL PERSON TO THAV-  el foi well ehliblishedlioubc in u few coiinties,  culling on 1 i-lnil inu'chiinth mid ngonts. IkicuI  territoiy. Saluiy S1021 11 year und oNponses,  pnynblo 51U.7U 11 week in cnt,h and expenses advanced. Position porinuiient. Bwuiicmi successful and riibhinir. Knclo-o fcelf-mldrohjed  envelope. Sliuuliird House, 315 Cnxton Bldg.,  CliieiiKO. ���������    '     .    For Sale. .  ��������� 750 shares irr Beatrice "mine. Will  hell whole or part. For particulars p-  ply afc oilice of ICootknay Mail.  SAMSON &',PAULSON,  Painters, Paperhangers, Signwriters  JCALSOMIN1NG  DONJ3.  Orders rec-ive proiiipl' attention.  Second street,   .. -      HEVELSTOKE  -TRY-  TH't-M'-MSf  East of Alolsons Hank  Itev'elstoke.  For your meals, ' Open day and ni^ht.  Meal's 23c and upward. Special weekly  ���������������������������lies.   Good service guaranteed.',, *  '������   FUJI I &rITO, Pioprictois.- ' , '  (. i * (���������  'ST..HELEN'S HALL',  1. ., *  ,.���������, Portland, Oregon,''  Classes in Art, and   Elocution  Form  * '   ,    Wednesday, ��������� Oct.'/lst. "  Ait,'tinder 'the   direction   of, Mi-s  Oeoi'Kina J3urn.s, An Student's League  New, -York.      lOlocution,    Aliss   Jllthel  AVeb'b of London,-I'hinl.ind.    ,       -'"  ''Ciicular.s upon iipplicatinu to,  Ml&S Hl.l-lANim TlllllKTTt,,������  I'liiH'iim'.  FOR SALE CHEAP,  :J La'dies,rvBoys 'and Men's     .  <i     ,,     >��������� <    ���������" ���������' "  Boots and Shoes  See inv,as.-rii'tini'nt;or  lhe best,   -  bargains  ever olTured   iu   Ibe ,  city in theie line--:. '"  ',   ' J. GUILCTTO, '  ,   Second street, '.    -     , Hcvelbtoke..  BIG BEND STAGE  ���������    < i   . , v  Leave, HevclstoKe "for lion I. LnnditiK  nt 0:30 p. m. Mond.ivs and Tliiirsday^si  meeting steamer oh ict'iiin trip' ���������'       ������  ,' iFiALl?,^,' $1.00  2o lbs baggage free. '.  Iii'lending p.is-'uirgers should cleave  vvoitllat Fleininir's Stable; or ring up  pbone-No. '8 when j lhe stage v\ill cull  for them.1 ��������� .*  *   -  u -     ".'' XV. FLKMJNG.  . _ -        - -  ,    FiREWoob  ' -��������� (  ��������� Having: taken'-over'-'thc fire-  wo'od' -supply *" of the .' Harbor  Luinbp.r' Cc.'s mill, orders left  at the mil], atyWY M.- Lawrence  or-By nnging'njp''phon'e NO: 8  will have'-prompt attention. J   l  1   W: FLEMING.  ;;  A. E. BENNISON  Baker and Confectioner  ��������� has opened hi- new linker yon  McKerrzie avenue' and trusts  thai hi*- past expei ienc in the  cilv  will  merit".i f.iir bhtiie of  ,   public patronage.  A FULL LINJS OF      '���������  CAKES and CONFECTIONERY  Home-Made Bread a Specialty,  For Sale.  Several interests in silvei-lead properties. For particulars apply nt office  of the Kootenay Mail.  For Sale  TWO Rcslilcncoa on McKcnzio Avenue, wit  model ri improvements, $2,300 each, on easy  terms. , .  TWO Kcsldcnccs on Third Stret't'cimt, very  coiivonlcnt for'uiilvvny men, ?l,b(K) (inch  cimy terms. ,, (     ,  ON15 Ilcsidunce on First1 Street enst,, crwli ro-,  quired $500, subject to rnoitgnge. -  Apply to        ���������* ' '���������      '  IIAUVKY, MoOAKTKIt & PINKHAM,  NOTICE.  N'  OTIOK it. lioioby ui veil (lint thirty dnyn  _. nftei'dato I Intend to uprily lo lho Chief  (.'oinmifhloiu'r ot Lnnd<< iiiul Works for a upeciul  lluenhc tocut und eiury awny timbor fiom the  following described hind situate'in the West  ICootcnay dislriol:���������  '        , . ,  . CoinrnonciiiK' at a liosl.uit the 1101 lli-i'iut  coiner of Alclviiy Jho-,.' iiii'-tinplion omFihli  creek and one half 1111I0 biiuk f 10111 suldcicek,  marked J..O., N. W. corner post, tlienco houtli  l'-'fl chains, ca.sUu eliaini, 1101II1 12(1 oliams and  vv c-it -10 chaliiH to place of coinincneeiueiil.   a  Airovvhcnil, M. 0., July 8U1, IflO:i.  ,     '.     - ' ���������      . .      JOHN OADWAY.   ,  NOTICE.-  ��������� i  '���������VrOIKJli, N hereby piven Hint, thirty days  JL> after dale I ini end to aiiply to lho Chief  Commissioner of J.iinilHiind WoikhloraHrecial  heciHo loeiit and tarry uwuy timbei, fiom I ho  folloniiiK described Iiindd, hllunte in the West,  Ivootouay dlhtriel:��������� ,  '������������������   i ,  Coniincnciu-,' at a posL nt, 'the north C'11-t  corner of.jMolCay llios. pio oinptlon nu Fish  creek nnd ono half mllo buck fiom mild creek,  in.uked .1. C, N. \V. 001 nor posl. llioncohoulh,  IMlcliiiins, eiiHt IOeliiilii������. uorlhjaielinliiK, nud'  vvcHt 111 chains lonlm-o of couinieneeinonl.  Ariovvhead, II. (.'., July dth, llllllt.        -      "     1  1 '' '    JOHN llAUWAY.  UicirriKicATU 01.'   I.Mi-itovnjiu.vrH.  NOTICE.  Jlcadovv  (Jucen  and   Moiiiilnin    M   Mlnuiiil  .Claims, xlliuiio 111 llio Ai'rou'oLiiko Jlliniiiif,  BI vision ol' West Kooteniiy lli>Uicl  Where  located:  On tlianile Mountain, at the  bead of Mineral (.'reek.   f.   ' ,  TAlvK NO'l ll'B that I. ICennclli L. llm-nol,  (iiKcnl for Smith Cm IK ICsti.. Fiee Minor's Cer-.  lillc.itoNo. JI7.illl7,riui(l L WillianiH' JCs(|., Froo '  Miiiei-'H Ccitillente No. U,'i7nS.3)''Fiee Mincr'H  C'irtillcateNo. 117.Vi:i2, intend, 8i\ly*dnys fiom'  the dale beicof. tonpplylollici'MimiiB Itecoidor  foi-aCcilillcacoot'iinprovcnicnts, for lho pur- '  pobe of obliuniiiBaCiown Giant of the above  claim. -    (i >       f    ' "    ������������������  ''And   fmlhcr  Lite  notice that ncl Ion. under  Section 117. must be commenced befoie the issii-  uiieij of such Cerlillcnle of Inipi-ovements.  Dated this Second dny ot July, A. D. l'Kl,!.-   '  c KICNNHTII 1.. IIUIINJCT, I>. L. S.  " , CKlll'IFICXTKlOF, IMl'ItOVJ'IiMKNTsVr  NOTICE.  0  I'orll.iuil Minc1.1l C'l.nni, sitii.itu iu tlio Arrow  Ijiike MiuiiiKDivision of West Kootuiuij Di-.-  tricl. * . ���������y  Wheio   loeuli'd:  On (;.iriboo Cieok,  about Hi   ,  m mile-, froiii llio nioiith  r  "-TAKE NOTJCJJ llnil 1, Kenni'lh h Jliiniot, of  IIossI.iikI,  (.iKcnt  Tin   Mi. J[    K   Kiiik, Spocinl t  I'i co Minci'if Jjiuni-o  No   rill|-i,'issiie(l nt Kn-s- '  Jiind .IiineSlli, 1!)(H,) Fiee Muiur'sCortilic.ilo No  ll7.Ti'li, iiili'iid,isij.tj <l,ns fioin  the dale hereof,  (o npply lo IhoMiiiiiiKUeuiidoi fur a (Joililicnto   ,  of Improvements, lm (he purpose of obl.iiiiiiiK"  a Crown Grunt of (Iio above cliiim ������������������ ���������     - ,--  And   further l.i],o imlico Hint  ncl inn, under  Section 37, must lie commenced  beforo the isMi--,  .nice of such Ccitihciilonf Improvements.,  Dated this tvvenly-llflh day of June, A."D IMl'l.  \  ,'  '    '     KENNETH L. JIURN15T, V. L. S.    '  LILL00ET,4 FRASER RIVER &"CARI-  , B00 GOLD -FIELDS, LIMITED." '  ' ,' In Liquidation. -     [   y. .*  ''   " <-  ~V ." ''^ ". ';C'' '  List of properties to Bo Sold by Private  '   .Tender, Pursuant to"tho Dlrootibns  ..,"' ^ ,.'.,'of tho, Liquidators." ~" ���������./   ' j,,  REVELSTOKE . SCHOOL BOARD  The institution of a High School 111 llcvcl-  stoke hcuiK uudei coiisiileiMtion,- p.ucuts nud  gii.udiiius in ihe Cily, and fiom outside poinls,  aie lequcstcd 10 send to the iiiideiHigncd the  names of an) eluldioii eligible toi admission  thciclo.'and who would be willing to attend.  H. FLOYD, ,  Secretary Kevelstoke School llo.iul.  TENDERS  WANTED.  oi:ai ...      IJ Mannger. Impcii.it Hank of Canada, Kevelstoke, U C," fin tho erection of a combined  liankiiiK ollice nud residence at liovolstoko will  be iteeivcd up to and includiiiK S.ilurday, 8th  Auifiisl,' nu\t. Foi full mfoiin.ition, plain,  siKxillcnlious, etc., apply to the uudcisiKned.  'lhe lowest or any ti iidernol nccc-smily ac  ceptcd.  A. K. I-iriPI'S, Mannger.,  ItevcNIoke, II. C, 2Hli July, l'WI.  NOTICE.  We (.111 supply von with n liiil-i hisM  Idiise |i-,il' day l������-i)k and led".'"! "ysli'in  which is Ik Iter limn llius,- vim send  ensl for und is imich less in pi ice. I'n-  lirini/.e Ikiiiic irrdrr-diy and send lis  your (ii del s. for eoniitcr hooks, loose  icuf d.iy hooks mid ledgeis und requisites llieiefor.  fjiiinpli"! und prices on jippliculion.  Till-: KOOTIONAY AIAIL,  Kevelstoke.  r|iAIC I'I'NOTICK thatlhiily ilu-safler dale I  ) Intend lo nmily Lo the Chief Coiuinis^ionu'-  or laiinlri und Worts' foi n spi (Ini license lo  cut aid i.irrv uwuy liinbi r front Ibefollnwing  dcstrlbifi land, uliiiiti'd iu (jiilcnn liny, Upper  Armw I akc, Wi-s-l Koolenay, anil nun kid  ���������Timber lleilh I). II"  (-iiiu.iiK'ii'lni.' nl n po'l planli'il northeast  lorni'r'iiii W. IIciiIIj'k vm si sui-eejid Hue. inn-  iiIiik noi Hi nud koiiiIi, mnl alioiil tun I'.'l chains  norlli ul lllll Cri-i-l;, and about two (.') iiiilet  noilli'iut.of (liilina llnj, tipper Anew bike;  tlii-ui n Houtli Wl ( IiiiIiih, (hence west Ml (haliiH.  tlii'iice norlli ed chains, them-c eimt Ml i.biilim, lo  pliiM- of roiniiii'iu I'uicnt.  Iiiitidnl  ViiohIici'iI. II. ('., .Inly With. 1IKI.I.  DAVID IIKA'ITV.  NO. 5 COMPANY R. M. R.  NOTICE.  Drill of the uhove  Company will   he  in llu- Mr-ill Hull ut 7:!K) ev-i-iy "Tucbduy  und Fridny ni^ht till fin I her notice,  IJv order  '   If. A.  BROWN, C. O.  CALBNDABS FOR 1904  ���������\V'e lm vc lieen uppoirited n<<enl.s for-  lending f>i itisli, Can.idimi anil Aineri-  enn linns nnd c-nn oll'ei .i selection of  Ciilendm.s for I5J0I sue h n������ hns never  before been offered iir this district.  Ucserve your orders pending n c.ill  of nnr representative with smnples.   j  The Kootenay Mail Pub. Co. Ltd,.  Revelstoke Grows Fast-  We prow l.istei, li.ivinp udded  lo our JB.ikpry .ind Conreclionery  husine.ss full lines of  Groceries and Camp Supplies  Agents lor  the  Celebrated  MONSOON TEAS.  M. A. SMITH SCO.  Vicloti.'i Itond, Kevelsloke.  -Trout'Lnlco Mining Division. , '-"  Ald'IIA GROUP (bolter.known ns ^'Broadview Group"), comprising' !l Crown -rianted ���������>  inlncial clninis, or fiacllonnl clninis, silunted  on Great Northern nintiiil.uii, above K-igiHon,  H.C., togelher with two blocks of land, uamol.v:  Lot llil. situated lust .west of Ferguson towii-  site, and Iot2ll!l. sltiuited about 2 nnlcs noi th ���������  casteily from lCciguson on .the North Kork of  Liudeau rivei, at the foot of Gic.it Northern '  lnouutain, ,       . i ^  LANI1S silunlcd nu Gnli-na liny, Upper Ar  row- Lake. Three blocks of land eonipiising, in  nil, aboutbMO acies.    ' .   .  7 ' ' Kossland Camp.        ''    -  The "CITV-Ol'' SPOKANE" and "NOUTII  STAR" niinerul el.nnis, logelbei with Ihe  buildings and equipment, tbeicou. Ci.  Boundary District   The "NETA" mineiiil claim, Crow n grimled.  sil lulled in what is l.novvn as "llrown'i, Ciunp."  und thu "(JUKKN OK SPADES" mineial claim,  Clown ginnled, situated in what is known as  "Cuntral Camp." -  Illcclllcwaot Mining Division.  Thc LANARK GROU1', eonipnsing 15  Ciovvu granted niiuc'iil el.nnis, or fiaclioiial  claims, situated on the iiiiun^lnio ot llio Canadian Pncillo railway, near lllecillowaet, II. C.  Parties dcMiing to put in a tender for any one  or more  of  the  above  mentioned- pioperties  should liave then-engineer on the giound and"  UMimin.ilioiis made without delay.  'Finthor paitieiilius and "conditions  of snle  and  foims of tender (which aie to be sent in  not Inter than the   l.Uli August, lOffii,) may be  obtained giatis of the Liquid.itoia, College Hill  Chambers, College Hill, London, K. C., and J.'  V Armslrong, Kevelstoke, llnlisb Columbia.  "  Dated lHh June, 1IX1H.  WANTED  EXPERIENCED      CARPENTERS  and frmirers vv.mted on mill work.  ut  Arrow bend. ��������� Addi ess \V.  G.  Lud^-  gate, Arrowhead, li. C.  FOR SALE-100 acres ot land adjacent to laihvav station; also five  Kood cows. Address H. C. Erat-er,  Salmon Arm, 13. C.  FOR SALE-Afiist class lively and  freighting business.   Apply olTlce  ot Kootenay Mail.  und a  complete line  of thc  GENUINE  T Rogers Bros."  Knives, Forks,  Spoons, etc.  Kjcs c-irefully e-cnuiiiied nml  propcrU fitted to thc best grade  ������ - cPh  Repairing. V S        v^_y  J" OST���������Bet ween Arrowhead and  _j Ureenslide, blnck vest pocket  book containing six ten dollar bills,  one live, one two. two ones, two quai-.  lets and one Oddfellow pin, 'IVuiniiien  nnd Oddfellow icceipts. Kindi-i will  he i-evvaided by let tu ning same to Ibis  oniceor.I. Curveon. Revelstoke.  WANTKD���������Experienced uiillwiight  Apply at once. Knotenay River  Lumber Co.," Nelson, IJ. C.  AN'J'ED���������Pui-c-hn.sci-   for geneinl  Apply  W  sloi-e iu giovving (own.  Ice ICnotenuy Mail.  WANT TO SI-JLL-Twoor the best  hotel investments in Kootenay.  For pariiciihus apply to Kootenay  Mail ottice, Revelstoke.  WANT TO SELL-Interesls in  gold-beanug iiiiiiri-al .claims on  Fish Creek. Apply to ollice of Kootenay Mail. '  WANTED TO SKLL-Tvvo house,  and lot, at riling town ol Cim-  borne; each pioperty will let for $15 n  month: priie on each properly $~>Ul).  For pai'licul.u.s.ipply ut ollici.- of Kooi-  enny Mail  TTTANT TO SELL-Universily   ed  VV     it.ion of Sbakespenre ivilli ilbus-  tintions and notes.   Pi ice ij'22 ou lei ins  namely $2 cash and $2 per month. Apply tit Kootenay Mail.

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