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 I      , '  Provincial Libisrf  Hpadint' icVi-i,*!  c,h  ���������-..>  A r-Qhi  THE COOLEST PLACE  IN TOWN. .  '^T  Bews' Soda Parlor 1/  THE FINEST SODA .*  m town   ''  1  Yol. 12.���������No. 19  REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST ia, l<)0f>  r' S2.00 Per' Year  Mail  Order  DepJ;.  ������������������* (,LIMITED. ,  department store^.  Samples  BIG BEND LUMBER COMPANY'S MILL.  Machinery and Plant Described.     ' ��������� Jhe Output and Where it- goesto.    '  ' ���������. j'   ���������     a   ; ', , ,     : ,     '  5  i.iV.'? A, (> $f������h ?;; <. A * >'/*  A'-yA " K-\#f4#?   -     'v A  ' '-' ''   ' 'A--Hf ������������������*>^';- ;. r,,,  1       , ��������� .WW  '-'  *is  I lei on re a few RAKGAIXS  ' lhat will interest you���������  Ljgh't Suminor  Suit'-, cool  alt'.tirs, nicely   miielo, wo  i have) hcen   .selling them  nto .liG.yO.'     The > pi ice  how is   ������������������ <        ,'  , -   '   ' $3.50 ',  ���������.' *   - ,  A 'bunch - (if   Stni,w    null  *  Lii)6nrlUli3 worth up to  ���������liL.-it)   each.     You   can'  have your choice for  '     "25c      .'"'"  ���������'��������� "If      I PTO-''"'*    :  '   ''������ " '. ll   I Hi llSprl-."     <- '-'  N'-teffPiP-'��������� a - -  <a- -" . ���������     ���������.     ,  il* Hf     ,f> 'A '������ {���������  ' White ��������� Vest- that,, idwayf  flW milfe'-i   'A-   ',-"!    *     make a   man   look   \vell  If'   li' I'   ' '   '-'-''* ' dressed, worth $2.00, but  li������ mvx* ''���������-'}'���������> ������-���������'S ���������    Ui������y, wil.' look: Just i,&  ftWfflntic \ ���������"'..���������.."!- * .A:ul|.'on'y������"iit.'   ,. "  BS-ll/lal': - - ���������v ' -   ^-JWU ',  wk carry a full stock" of,,  Groceries, Fruits,  and Vegetables I  ._ . I J  ONION SETS 'AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS.  .GARDEN TOOLS.   , ''* '��������� COOKING UTENSILS.  BOURNE'  McKKN/JF. AVF,       .A    - ,y       '.REVELSTOKE.  Agent-- f(,r .McCliiiy'-. Stovcs"'ahd Panged, " ','  * i - - .      --     fl  ( .<* i...  '*<���������"  f -,'������' ">rA,  " ^.- ���������;-%  ^AaA-a-  t!,t."'i!^- *'A-V>:  . <���������,      A,  Slimmer   Stocks 00c each.  Si-lcct'emc,'if  you  only  wear   it,  oncc,(it will  he  -    woilh thc;price,   '  . .-' '   -25c. -..'���������'���������   :  A Choice Lot of Soft Shirts  'n     , '   ~f ' * with O0II111& attuclmd' ���������  ^ j * j ^ .   ^  A (ii        .  $'1.00 Shirts for 60cA        '   $i.50'Shirts,for 90c.  . ,   ;       -     ;f A$2.oo Shirts for $1.00.   (1        -     ,     ,0;  G/B^Bum^^���������o.Ltd;  Situated n't the head, of Anow Lake,  at a puint where the Coluinliiii entcis  the lake.jsjhe large and modern mill  of the Big Bend Lumber Co., Ltd. The  whole plant is built on piles .some 400  feet from the" shore, aiitl in this,way  hiib good'fae: 1 hues for the handling of  fcli'c'n log.s, \vhich :ue e:oii\cyee| to lhe  mill by meaiib'of cars fioi'u Hie Miitui'.,  The nnun building,'which isGO-ciOO f(,  conliiuib onc'Sjiiigle cutting band baw  by 'which the logb arc InSt (uut'in  double thickne'-h, then 'pulsing along  lollei-j, the timber ib put through an  S-inoh J3erlm biind saw and .split.'  Also in the main' mill   is 'a double  eclgei'l up-to-claie'ohisheraiid trin'iihers,  Blti'BEND LUMbE^COiMPAiXy'S'AULLrARHOWIJEAnA  DEPARTMENT STORE.  TENTS Si AWNINGS  FURNISHED y " '"-''".  I  iiiii|:n;i-iittor.oiii'(.ir.tlie liest Tent anil Awning Factories-,  *   -       unci can furnish Tents and Awingb" Cheaper than they ' "l  can lie bouglil from lhe factory.  -    ,  - -  SKIS    ME    l''01t    PAKTICULAltS    AND    PRICES.  L.   A.   FRETZ  DOMINION   EXHIBITION  ,-A*::|fij  1905���������September 27 to October 7���������1905  - ���������     i ,  Under the aiiopices eii the Koyal Agricultural  ,    .mil lniliibti.il Society. ' ' ,  NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  hirgebt.'in B.C , contains one .double  Beiliii'si/.cr; one Berlin matcher, one  Beilin inbicle nioulcler.'onc stieker/and  one (i-inch Uoilin hand re-saw, nnd  with ii tinning lathe which is to he  installed very, shoitly it will be been  that the company Inib siieh mucinti'eiy  ���������if* to enable tliein 'lo . turn out the  dressed inateiial in' iilf kinds of building lumbci from the smiillc.strmoiild-  ing to, the bill, togt-ther with every'  kind of tinning unci scioll woik.^ Tho  niouldjiigs aio caiefully soiled nnd  ���������stoiecl iiw.cy in a laigo liick.'iind fiom  the pliihing mill all other material ib  taken to_ a large" boiling shed aO.xlOO,  which contains all the 'diebsecl and  m-itched materia] and lunched lumber  preparatoiy to shipnient'. Any defects  in the lumber are brought out by the  process of dry' kiln, nnd consequently  after being milled' uyv the pliitierb''is'in  splendid condition /or the nnuketyt'oi  yard space 'lhe company Inis'iin unlimited ,. a mount of -room, and .'the  arrangements   for.loading years arc', of  the best. ,' '" -        '.""';  'J .. . ���������        - .-   ,    A -  -  .<���������;. -   - 'J,1Jlci t'Otynit I'I.a.vt. --  y/The boilei,-house As of coniigated  iron, unci 32x46, containing 1'oui tubu-  l.u* boilers. The engine loom, whicl  is attached to the above building, contains "one p.di- of "Wnti-rous ciiginos  24x30, which aie used for driving tbP  main'mill, and a Biowncll engine driving the 3C0 ampere light generator, by  which the mill is lighted by elcctncit/.  The system for this was installed by  the JJintoii Co.", of Vancouver, B.C.  The engine for the planing mill p],int,  being separated from the oJieia. is ,t  IC.x-20 Biowncll. All the engine- aie  set on solid concieto foundations. The  company is al present bliildiiiglrconi-'  modious oflicc close to the mill.''They  are also goiiiK to instill] in the near  future another band saw, which will  then increase their capacity fiom .is at  present 73,000 to 125,000 feet pei day  of ten hours.  A   particular   point  noted   by   the  fact of theiivemploying white labor  only. /The timber limits aie very con  veniciitly^bitiiiited,' so that vciy little  li.iuling'of the logo ,13 necessiry. i Mi  .l.ib.,Ludgiite is supei-inteiident of the  loegitig camps, of which the.cninpjiiiy  have a number. ' .  . The (-iiahty oljumbcr placed un the  market,, by tlie-Big Bend Company is  .such that in oider (o keep pace with  the lingo, number of orclcis leceped, in  ceni.soiiuoiiec, they o|ioi.itcel during the  whole of last season, being the only,  mill invthe intciinr doing tin.-.. ,  , I'n connection .'with their Jogging  oanipb the company own and operate  the steamer,"Adam Hull," which'wns  We'h.ive jiist!fclcscd'one"of the, most  ' tr   successful, sales we haverever Had. ' Jt'Vas,  ;. ceriainly a-bargain giver. v< <-, A''  " , ' "' h i  . _      . We are nuw opening up a lot of ne\v.  goods and our store -will vagain 'p'reseiu.;aii   -,  air of nothing- but new; goods." Our-.sam-'"'  pies  for''Clothing are  now>here,'and  our "  -   wardrobes 'are'full   uf- hew clothino���������all    .  -. -iheuip to-date   costumes.    Come'aiid'"see *  fon yourself. "��������� "   "   '"  :J. G. MAGDONALD .  ��������� '   *   '. ��������� '   . A   o  - !'-  ���������rHIi  UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIER      -  Slupendous .mil compi ehensix c an-ay of'E-ihibit.-, repie&enting  , ' ' the lebOincos ol all Canada.  $100,000  IN   PRIZES   AND  ATTRACTIONS    '  $100,000  Enlaigeel Grounds New, Handsome and Spacious Building:,.  WORLD'S   CHAMPIONSHIP  EVENTS -  In Rowing and Laciosse, Ilorse Racing, Bioncho "Busting"  MiliUiy Pat.ides and Exercises.  ROVAL IRISH CiCAltUS AND  OTHER FAMOUS BANDS.  <    GRAND   WATER   CARNIVAL  P.nadc of Ki.iserRiv.'i- Fishing Elect. Patrol Boats, H.M. Warships  Indian War Canoes, etc. Indian Sports.  l-'oi-iill inforiii.ilioii wiiiis io W. II, ICKAUY, Sc-.iol.u- anil M.nuih'ur, Saw  Wt-tmlllslci', I! t'. .  I bc])l. uli.  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  (lapiliil AiiLlinnzocI, $-1,000,000.   Oil-Hal  I'niil Up, S-'J. WHiOOI.    Host, -f.l,(KjO,00O.'  Heiiel OMice, ToieoN'io, Oktakio.  "Uranclics in Ltio Nurlliwo.-I, Xornturlu-., iM.iintob.i, Ontiirio anil Quuljuc  Ami   the ri)lltmnii? iim-ils in   l)nli,li   C'oluiiibin:    Onuilirouk. Oolciuu  Nolfon, Kovolstolu, I'rout L.iko, Vancouver ami Vintori.i.        '  jg   T. R"Mi:Ki:iTr, I'n- icloiit. D H. Wilicii:, Vico-Proaideiituucl Gcuor.il MnuiiKor.  B! .      BBS     J-:  ir.u  A  ii<-l.ii!l;(l(iiior.il Mim.iKor.    \V. MoKfAT, C'hiof Inspector.  $ Revelstoke llraiich, !>. C���������-A General Banking Business Transacted  lM SaviiiK-- Uupailinuut��������� Duiioitts itooeivod mill luiorusl Allowud    "  Drnris .-old avail.ibJo in all parts of Cnnndii, Uintuil StalUJ aurl Kuropc.  Spocial iittoiitiiiu (?nun tn cnllocliotio. A. II. I'nil'i-s, ,Mnciiii;er  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest lhe market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Kates $i a day.     Monthly rate.  JT.   ALBEET     STOZN-IEG     PEOP.  THEODORE LUDGATE,  Prosidcnt IJib Hcnel liiimber Co . Ltd  and irinth machine. . The laths m.in-  ufnctuicd by this company are leputcd  to be the best oii������tbc maikct.  Adjoining the main mill is a wing.  3(5 x elS feet, in which the Jumber'is  stored picpar.itpiy to being shipped  'on the cais. The three large dry kilns,  euch^GxllS, aie situated between the  main mill and the planing mill, and  have <i total capacity of 850,000 feet.  "��������� ! i - , t I'V"'������       IIWLIJI.I        IP V I |11J  -The planing mill, which is oneof the | company on their, brands um-cI   is the  "KimCHURciT  Laying of Corner Stone with  Appropriate Ceremony.'  '  On Wednesday evening  the corner  stone of Knox Church was laid in the  i  presence of a large concourse, Rev. .1.  R. RoberUon. of Grand Forks, performing the ceiemony and \V. M.  Lawrence picaiding. The Do.vology  having been sung, Rev Mr. Robertson  was called upon and spoke of the  work lor which comer stones were being laid and churches built.  The chiiiini.ni then handed him a  handsome silvci - trowel engraved  "Laying Curnei Stone Knox Chinch,  Revelstoke, Aug. Hth, l'Jlj.3," and B.C.  Fromey, the contiactor, having placed  the stone in position, the reveiend  gentleman added the men tin- and in  the mime of Him who is head of the  church pionouiicc'tl the slonc well  and truly laid. Tin; stone contained  copies of the Mail, Hciald, Canadian  Silver coins and church lecoula.  The hymn "The Chinch's One  Foundation'' was then .'iiiiiouticed and  a piayer by Mi. Rubeitson concluded  the ceteiiiony.  The chairman presented Air. Kobcic-  son with Hie trowel ns a memento of  lhe event.  After the ceremony the L.itlics Aid  held .i reception which was largely  patronised. Tlie grounds were prettily  liuhtetl by electricity, the band was in  attendance and icfreshincnts wcro provided. The following ladies at tended  the various booths: Candies and How-.  , ^  "  JAMES  LUDtiATK,  Supt   111),' Huml Liniilxii (Jo's   Lo^fcnif.' O.imp.  built at Anowhead, and is one of the  finest crafts adoat in the disti ict She  is 110 feet long anel has two twin  sciews, the engines and boilers being  built by the Poison lion W'oiks Co , of  Ten on to, Out. Tho olliceis of the  company arc -T. Luclgate, pies-dent;  Adam JIall, of Peteiboro, vice-president; and II. Kirk, secretniy-tieasuier  '���������B C. Lumbaiman.  '.'Another Carload of Fiirnituie just arrived.    Carpets,'Linoleiiin-  Oilcloths, etc.    Sew hie'Machines, Heintzmiin Piano's.  B. HOWSON & CQ:, lUmWE DEALERS AND EMBALMERS.  ens, Mis. Uiquhnrt; ico CIcani and  .sherbet, Mesdiuncs Kilp.itrick. Wood-  ley, Donaldson and i\hs������ Lennox, and  the following assisted: Mesdiuncs  Ra'eyCliirk, Lewis,.Hutchison, Falmei  Doyle, and Misses Wood ley, Giant,  Campbell and Abel. The celebration  was a great success. (  DUNCAN ROSS  Banquetted at Greenwood.  As a compliment to the success of  his oll'oits in lighting the U. I'. It. on  the V.V. mid R. diinter Duncan Ross,  MA'., was hiiiii-uctlcd at (iieenwijud  on Tuesday. In his speech he n.iid:���������  "iVogovoriimontooiiM live, nopolitical  piuty could live which allowed its  railway policy to be dictated by a corporation. He appieeialed the g. od  woik the C. V. R. had done in opening  up and developing (he- West, and wins  propiued lo do his .shine in i'iieoiiing-  ing that corporation in legitimate  railway enterprises, but ihe Canadian  Pacific Coin puny could not he permitted to impudently suggest to the  piirliiiment of Canada that no livnl  inilway company could get any legislation without its appioviil. (Applause)."  Mecahnics, Farmers, Sportsmen  To heal and soften tlie skin and remove grease, oil and nist stains, paint  and earth, etc, use the "Master Mechanic's Tar Soap. Albert Toilet Soap  Co., manufacturers.  When you want I OK tell Hutchison  and you will get it in quick older.  FATAL ACCIDENT  J. Little Killed at Eva Mine.  On Sunday J. Little, of Camborne,  was killed in the Eva mine. Deceased  was well known at Revelstoke, wheie  he worked for --onio years on C. I'. It.  bridge gangs. He was aline follow,  iind very popular with all who knew  him. With A. Mc-Oicgor he owned  mineral claims ou Liifoimo deck, lie  was a native of Edinbiiigh, nnd "(fi  ye.iib of age.  The accident happened Mmi'ily ,-iftei  deceased woiillu work .Sunday iiiniii-  ing. lie \\iis liiiilici'iiiiui ill lhe mine  iind w.tb engaged in pulling in a pun I  when about hulf-a-lon of -(jt;|{ f0|| ������������������  him, hieaking his neck. Leal li was  insliiiilaiieoiis.  AsMicin as A. McGregor henrd of the  death of his fiiend he c.-iuie lo lhe  city and went, lo Ciiniboi no to look  aflci lhe luiium! iiri.iiigcmeiiti. Deceased Wiis a member of (lie Koolenay  Lodge A. K. and A M, and Orange  Order. The funeral look place Wednesday with Masonic liuncn-. Rev,  W. U Ciildei conducting the other  services.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO. LTD-  v.".;  HEADQUARTERS   IX   KOOTENAY FOR  aims, Oils, General Hardware, Sporting Goods.     .  Saw Mill Supplies. All Lines of Granite and '  Tinware, Plumbing and'Tinsiiiithing*.  Repair Work Done & Estimates Given  MAN. OltlU-IW UECEU-B I'ROMIT .1X1) 0.1 KEFUi-ATTSXTION  , Kour I!.ioni~OiorStoroTo Let. 'PHONE   35  y  P. BURNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  ���������   ���������   ���������   ���������   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage :  ^ss^Calgary, Alberta  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  Aids Nature.  Medicines thai aid nature are al-  wi'ys most cll't-ctuiil. Ghniiiberlaiii's  Cougli Itemcdy acts on this plan. It  .illiiys tlie cough, lelieves the lungs,  aids expectoration, opens the  secretions, and aids niitiiie in restoring die syslem to a healthy  condition.   Sold by all druggiots.  THE MOLSONS BANK  liii"..r|^ir.itocl b) Ad of I'lirli.iiiiont, I",',,'  IIKAD OKFICK, .       *      . Mr,,T������������������,r  W,, Monso.v MACi.ni'ko.v.  ,,,.���������. s   ���������   ,..���������.,* .������^ KJ^AL'  ���������->. it. i-.ui.so, Vice-Pie-..  Jamks iM.t.nrr, f.'eiiei.tl .Manager.  Capita/ paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  M..���������.'S',.!:!^..i"   H,lV "' ,M,,kl"������  "-""- <*-"-eteel  without ,m-  ^^Interest-u'dited twice;, year at cuuent rates  on  Savmgs Bank  W. ll. IMIATT, Manager,  Rf:vi:i.������*roKK. B. C.  REVELSTOKE, B. O.  ABRAHAMSON    BROS,   PROPRIETORS  Newly built.      Fir.l-c.ass in every respect.     All modern conveniences.  Large .Sample Rooms.  Rates SI.50 per Day, Special Weekly Rates  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same  management TPIE KOOTENAY MAIL  She IRootena^ flfoail  PUBLISHED   SATUHDAY.  ���������A1���������,  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ' SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.  Inclu ling po-inge to KnglMid, UniU-il  Stales  and Canada.       <  By the 3 car (through postolhcc] .    .  ?-' 00  1.2.1  .    '115  Half  Quarter " " " ���������    ���������  Including Chn-tiuas Mail 30c. extra.  ADVERTISING   RATES.     -  '  Measurements  Nonpanel 112  line-, make one  -' inch).'    Preferred   portion-..  25  per  cent.  additional.   Birth-. Marriages and Deaths,  ,  .{'c   each   in-erlion.    All  iui\citi-omoiil-n  'ubiect to lhe approval of the management  ��������� a'nicd nnd Condensed tdvcrtiiciiieiits:--  Agent? Wanu-d, Help Wauled, Situation-,  -.-.anted.'   Situations    V.icint,    Te.icheis  -, Wanted. Mechanic- Wauled,  10 words or  le-*. 2.1c.. each additional word Iwo cents  .  Changes in standing advertisements must  oe in bj 9 a. ni. 1 huii-daj- of each week to  '     ,secure good display.   Standing advertising  'matter will be changed twice a month with-  .       out   extra   charge      Kor  more  frequent  alterations the lime occupied 'in making  "   same will be charged at usual rates. ,  JOB PRINTING promptly executed al, reasonable rates. '  'TERMS��������� Cash.   Subscriptions payable in ad  vancc. ,  CORRESPONDENCE invited  on matterH of  public interest.   Communications to Keli-  '     tor   must  be  accomimmed   by   name   of  writer, not neccstArily for publication, but  a������ ev idence of good faith.   Correspondence  ,        should be brief. ., a  We request our numerous readers to  favor us with thelp assistance In  '      making: the KOOTENAY MAIL tho  i       most valuable advertising- medium  In  the, Kootenayi by' giving*   tho  preference    when    making:    purchases   to  those   firms  who   aro  reg-ular advertisers In the KOOT"  'ENAY MAIL.   -,  D  R.- MORRISON,  DENTIST.  '.Oi.kick A      /  THE   NEW   LAWRENCE, BLOCK,  McKcn/.ie Avenue.        ' '  EDWARD'A. HAGOEN,  i       '   iiity3,ij  ' "   - Mining Engineer, -  (Mem. American  Institute Min ng Engineer1-)  ir ' ,    (Mem. Canadian Mining   . tituto.)  ,  ,'    Revelstoke, B. 0.    ,   ���������'  Examination of and reports on Mineral I������io.  .* , pcrticB a Special! y. -  TTUGH    S.   CAYLEY,  Barrister and Solicitor.  OFFICE���������Corner of First Sti cut  a n d  Boyle Avenue", Revelstoke, B. O.  HARVEY, McOARTER  ���������i AND PINKHAM,  !      BARRISTKBS, SOLICITOUS, ETC.  OrFiCKs':    MOL80N8 . Ban k ' Block,   Rkvki.  C I. STOKE, B. C. '  Fort Steele, B. C. ,  Money to loan.   '  Office*!: Revelstoke, B. C.  Geo. S. McCartek,  X.  M.  PtN-KFIAM,  '      Revelstoke, B. C.  J. A. Hakvky,  Fort Steele, B. C.  s  J. M. Scott, LL.B.  <COTT- AND  W. I. Briggs.  BRIGGS  Barristers, Solicitors Etc.  Money to Loan  Solici'bors for Molsons Bank  First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.  i 2   (union'  limited to, two -hours a clay  shows the water supply is not yet  suflicient for requirements, and we  understand Hie addition of the  creek referred to would remedy'the  defect for some years to come.  There are several firm** who wish  to use water motors, and with  enough water available the concession could be granted,,and the revenue would be1 sutticient .o p'iy  interest on tlie cost of the half-mile  ditch necessary to turn ,in the  creek. The city has in its rwnter  supply a splendid source of revenue, arid an investment which  cannot be .,equalled. The most  should he made of it.  o  Some steps will have to be taken  to secure a permanently large water  supply, and it is not too soon to  begin 'systematic investigation as  to the best' source. Mr: Smith,  O.K., suggested Eight-mile, Creek,  and the bite Mayor, Mr. O'lirien,  was anxious to hayci observations  made with a view to ascertaining  just what water is available there  winter and &ummer,-both for water  supply and as a source of power  should 'it be required. '.The City  Council would do well to follow up  Mr. O'Brien's policy in that regard  and appoint a reliable man'to take  observations, especially during the  severest cold spells of winter, as to  the amount of water available there.  Revelstoke has come to stay, and  there- is, no doubt this city will  grow and will become one of, the  most important cities of theprovince.  Let the city authorities then look  ahead and gather infonnation'for  use in the future as well as the  present, so that in both water and  power the civic authorities may  know where the best and most  reliable supplies are to be h.id.when  the requirements of the city are  such as necessitate their being put  in.  'SATURDAY, 'AUGUST 12, 1905.  While we recognise the city has  5 been ,up against a heavy expenditure this yearj and the council are  iiverse to incurring any- heavier  burdens, there is a strong feeling  amongst the citizens that a street  sprinkling system should be established this hot and dusty weather.  We commend the matter to the  consideration of the city fathers.  THE ADVERTISING   FAKIR.  We heartily endorse the remaiks  in last issue of the Herald   on   the  advertising fakir.   It has long been  notorious that some tiamp has only  to strike  Revelstoke, get up an advertising  scheme  and the business  men of the city, who ought to know  better, bite at it immediately.   The  fakir gathers  in   the dollars  and  quits the city regardless of his contracts.   The   two   printing   oflices  and    newspapers     in    Revelstoke  would be a credit  to  any city   in  Canada.    They and their employes  spend all their earnings in the city  and   help   to  build it up, and it is  they who can and do give the most  valuable return? for advertising expenditure and who should have the  patronage  of  their fellow citizens.  We  don't   seek to  monopolise the  printing patronage of  thecity, but  we do say to tho=e here who require  'printing anel advertising: "Patronise home industry and stick to your  town."  WATKFl HT'PPLY.  While the- water ,-npply of the  city lias been vastly improved hy  addition of Bridge Creek, and tin-  present Mayor deserves much credit  for the improvement thereby effected  it is evident the .-upply will have  to be still further improved. Thecity council deserve credit for the  steps taken to ascertain the feasa-  bility of adding to Bridge Creek a  stream heading in the same watershed, and therebyi double the  amount of water at present available. During the hot weather there  is no greater boon to a city than  abundance, of water freely available  for watering lawns '.and''streets  and assisting in cooling the surroundings. The fact that the use  of   water  for   lawns had    to   be  TRICKY LEGISLATION.  We regret to see members  of,the  provincial legislature lending themselves to the passing of class legislation in an  underhand   manner,  but'there has been a lot of it of late  years.    One  of the  worst cases   to  come   under  our notice1 is that of  the,/provincial     land     surveyors  passed last  session.     The bill was  put  through   at   the   end   of  tho  session in such  a hurry' that no  time was .taken to  prepare it  pio-  perly. , J. A.   Kirk, of Revelstoke,  points this out forcibly in a letteijto  the Colonist, in which he shows the  act (o be unworkable.     The object  evidently was to   translate the sur-  veyors'into a close corporation, but  the knowledge of   what was  being  done was intended to be confined to  a select few, and   copies of   the bill  were not sent  to   those surveyors  outside   the  charmed   circle.    Tlie  government aided  and abetted the  scheme. ,"Mr. Kirk  points  out the  act is so incomplete there is no provision   for   registration.    The  act  seeks to establish costly machinery  for its administration, and as these  expenses have  to be  borne by   the  surveyor members   they will   have  to increase their   fees to the public  to cover them. The board is further  constituted  a court   to   discipline  members, who must go to Victoria  at   the   instigation   of.. the    Star  chamber.   Talk about graft!    The  surveyors who sought such legislation   are as   bad   grafters  as  any  others   who  seek   to   arrogate   to  themselves  franchises  and powers  which will  enable   them  to  crush  the public, but they could not have  clone   it had the government   and  members of parliament  done their  duty.  BEAUTIFY  YOUR CITY  The M.iynr-of ' Denvei addressed .i  piocl.iin.ilion to the citi/.cn.*-, in which  he said:  If your stoic front, residence or fence  is dull or clingy, Older it painted.  .   If yoiir'awnini; is old, loin' or fiidcil  get ii new one.  It your-sidewulk, fence oi gate needs  repairing, fix it. ' ''  Destiny the young weeds th.it' me  -tar ing on yoiu pmperty. nnd on youi  ncighl-uiii'-i pioperty. r r  - rIf'ynur advertising'sign   is old   or  fueled, take it down'and paint it.    -*  .'Resolve never to throw paper in the  streets.  Bui it all the rubbish possible; allow  no one to throw it ou the streets, nlleys  or vacant lots. '   ��������� .  Promise not to spit on the s'dew-ilk.  Allow no weeds to giow on sidewalk  iiieu or vacant property in your block.  . Ask your milkmen, grocerymen, and  expressmen to have their ' wiigons  painted. '  Ii respective of the si/.e of your house  muke your lawn the finest.'  Illuminate the front of yourstoie in  the business section.  Every ell'ort put foith or dollar  spent to improve our city's iippeiirance  will be icturnecl two-fold!      i  FARM AND ORCHARD: <-  Great Future- Before the Fruit  ,   ,       Industry.  Maxwell Smith, Dominion fruit in-'  spector, told the Nelson News:���������  "I have snid lepe.itedly, nnd T mean  it seriously, that fruit'growing will be,  and befoie ninny' years, the chief industry of this province. It is growing  faster that any other industiy of this  province, unci it enn never be exhaust  eel. This is more than can , be said of  mining, lumbering or fishing. - As for  the nite of progress being made, look  at this district of Neloon-for example.  Three ycais.ago there was no fruit, or  practically' none shipped out. Last  year the value of the shipment' was  is,000. This year I think it will be  fully .$25,000.  " No, tiiis district can'i. equal Okanagan as "a fruit country. It c.xcells it  in t lie" quality, of some" fruits and' the  number of varieties for which the soil  nnd climate ''are suitable. But the  urea here is limited. Okanagan is  practically unlimited.  "I don't know, how much of the  Similkiimeon will-be suit.ibta for fruit  culture. The only part ot it that I  know is ' the district of Iveretneos.  That bus all, the chniacteristics of n  tropical country, and ti epical fruits  aie successfully grown theie. Even  olive tiees will grow there; I lnneseen  them.' I don't know w hetlici they  have borne yet oi not, but they are  living and growing 'on I'\ Hichter's  uiiiuli."  POLITICAL  4stw  vrris #/  -fuvf-dy  0T<  SIR 'MolC EXZJ E BO WELL.  , The retirement fiom 'the Conservn-  1 - '  tivejlcaclersliip in   the  Senate  of  Sir  McKen/.ic B well'murks another important change in thc.political life of  Canada, Sir McKen/.ic having beei/in  his time a prominent political ligure.  The McKride government took  .$72,000 for coal anel nil license fees but  lefuseel to guarantee title. Now the  courts'propeiIy say the government  must give title or refund the money.  C. P;:R.rHOTELS.  More Improvements in Moun-  '  ���������    tains."        . '  c  Furthei improvements will be made  in the mountain nnd touiist resorts  The caniage ioad from Kicld wilTbc  carried to (he fee River Valley m 'the  National Park, and the road from  Field to Yoho, the .famous valley of  glaciers, will be also finished. In this  work the l.nlwny company will act in  conjunction with the Dominion Oov-  eminent, which hub appropriated  some $.'10,000 towards the improvement of the great park.  The company's "Olhci.ils and Mr.  Ratt'enbiuy aie also figuring upon the  hotel system in (he mountains. It  has practically been decided to build  extensions to the hotel at Lake Louise,  and at other places where' buildings  already'exist, and what is more,  chalets will most likely be put up at  other pointo-in the mountains.  The idea, is teally to make the  mountains the Switzerland ol America-  CVUHlyif-.  Jas. I. Woodrow,  . butcher:  Retail Dealer In���������.nrrffrffg"-  BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and .Game in Season.  .  All onion* promptly filled. ,  DCUCI CTMf C < D     P      Corner    Ootigli-  ntVtLO I Ul\t, , D.    U.,   nnd King slrccU-  Development* of Modern Science.  Modern science' shows no higher  development than the New Scale  Williams Piano. -TerfcG-t in every detail, of the highest artistic musical excellence *and finished in the most  beautiful manner in .costly polished  woods.   Few people nre a-ware that the  " varnishing and polishing >>f a 'single  piano, ease involves_  almost, constant  .labor for a period covering nearly two  months. ' '  '     - ' ,   THE  ALBERTA EMPLOYMENT AGENCY  'Licensed, , lteuisleied."  <   , CALGARY, ALTA.   .  (J KO. MoLisan,    -    Manager.  HOTIiL, -RKSTAOIIANT & DOM-  KSTIO MRLP. RANCH-HANDS,  TKAMSTRHS & LABORERS lui-nisli-  ed on short notice. f r  Ollice: Room ."*, Burns Block.  '   P. O. Box 810, O.ilg.iiy. Alt.i.;  71(ijc30    . <    '  r  Wm. Fleming',  f  ''   Wholcalo and Itetiul  Meat'-Merehanl.' y  Fish' and   Game   in     Season  First St., Revelstoke...  The Best Ice Creams  In the City is to be had at       0-  WAH CHUNG'S,  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  The    Dep.n tincnt  warns the  of  Agriciiltine  purchasing  Cured of Lame Back After 16  Years of Suffering  "I had been tumbled with lame  back for fifteen years and I found a  complete recovery in the line of  ClnMiiherlitin'-' I'uin fialni,'' wiy.i John  0. lii.-dier, Oill.un, Intl. This lini  inent is alio without an cipnil for  <-]iraii)8 nnd bnii-cs. It ir1 for ."ale by  all druggista.  D"SE  Crown  And save Wrapperi* for I'remiiuim.  ROYAL GROWN SOAP has no orpin.!  on the market. Drop us a card and  we.will mail you a catalogue; illustrating the beautiful premiums we offer.  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B. C. Limited  public il������:iin--t  Q     *"  nursery stock from other than licensed  agents.  O. II Strtitt has successfully grown  apiicoU at K.imloops, the \ariety  being the Royal. It would l** worth  while trying this, variety at all points  west and south ot Revel.-toke. Maxwell rfniith, dominion fruit inspector,  says of the apricots rai=cd by Mr.  Strutt:���������" They arp pronounced flu-  best ll.ivor apricots that have been  seen in Vancouver. Personally, I wi.=h  to congratulate \ou on the production  of a most excellent fruit, the variety I  may tell you i.������ the Royal. Thi������. is  important, hecatioc if theRoyal does  so well there, it would be a miitake to  experiment commercially with any  any other variety.        ,  ���������  W. O. Wataon in'orim us be succeeded in lessening the damage done by  cutworm*. tohi-( cabbage crop by pouring a solution of "alt und water over  them.  W. ('. Watson recognises Hie e.\eell-  ent prospects of the small fruit industry and intencli planting out half-im-  acrc of strawltf-rrie-. lie has line  crop" of tomatoCH. pot.itne"-, l-eels, on-  oii m her", citrons, turnips unions  (Australian IJrown, which he tirids a  free grower and good keeper), and  oarioti. He is trying water melon-.,  and "ii fin they are d.ilii[r Hell  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  (J. W. O.W ���������'I he local camp Woodmen of the World Ik Id a u-nst -uie-V-cm  fill '-.At-IIorne" l.ft i eouing in Selkirk  hall, over loll people attending 'I Ik  evening was epetnd hy a prngrirninc  consisting of banjo "(do, Mr Orchard .  piano solo Mr. Vcith, sonir, Mr. Humphries, whist'iiig -olo Mr Henry,  chiir.icli-i sketch, Mi Oh.iinbe i-,, anel  Ivn songs b> the V,. W (). W. filack-  hirds After (he programme the party  adjourned.. to Mm lower hall, where a  dance was held, to tho excellent music*  furnished by Mrs. Liimb .iind Mr.  Doyle. Refreshments were servod at  midnight, after which dancing was  renewed and continued till 2 o'clock.  Corticelli Home Needlework.  The third quarter for HlOo of the  Corticelli Home Needlewoik magazine  is now heing mailed to sub-criheis.  With the next, n tun her this maga/ine  will complete its seventh year. 'It is  now much laigci than it foinicrly was  and contains aitic'e-s upon many  different subject������������������, till of winch aie  most in(eie-,i ing to ladies, 'lhe subscription pi ice of t Iui-. unique maga/im  which is is'-ued quarterly, is only iiOc  per vein or 15c per .-ingle copy. The  Corticelli Silk* Co., St. .John's, P.Q ,  nianufacti'iieis of Coilicclli Sewing  Silk, Corticelli li ,k* A. Wash Silk-,  and Corticelli Skirt Piotcctor, are the  publishers  Crockery of all .'Kinds. \  .Plain and Fancy.  I u *  Best  makes of Japanese' and  1   China  Ware. - ,.  HENRJJ NURSERIES  i,    ' "' '  ' NEW CROP  1103115 CiKOWN AND  1311'ORTISO     '  Garden, Field and. Flower Seeds  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT  AND ORNAMENTAL TREES   ,  ������ (.KIIonODHNDHON'S,    HOSES," CillUIJN-   '  IIOUSI-H'AN'I) JIAIIDV  PLANTS  ( 'lor Spring planting.'  Cut Flowers, Floral Designs, etc.  BEE HIVES AND SUPPLIES.  ' ���������    , FERTILISERS.    .* ,  Easteiii prices or less     White  labor.  ' Oilalogue free.' ')   '  Buy Direct���������Save Agent's Commission  / M. J. HENRY, a  ���������   .Hull) Wi'stminstei   Road  ,   VANCOUVER,        -,    '-,       Ji. O.  ,     t t  To Trappers :  ~~~~ '    i * '*  Raw Furs Bought   -  i ( *  Cash Prices Paia  F,   B,   WELLS,  ''   BxDorter of Furs.  SEE  When You Want  '    '       Night or day,  "  Ring up Tel. No. 27  Stand at Union Hotel.  Kootenay Lodc-e  No. 15 A.F, & A.M.  Tlio regular niecl  uiK- are hold in tin  Miu-onlc Tcinplu'  JcldKclions Hall, on  Ih. third Monday 11  ������.������:h month al, >  Ii.mi. Vi-itniKbroth  icn couii.illy wul  coined  C. ^. PIIOCUNIKIt. &1.1 iii.i vitv.  SELKIRK LODGE. NO   12. I. O. O. F.  Meet- livt-ry  I'liosd.ij  cvcni'iK In .Selkirk  .Hall at S o'cliK-k  JVNilintf hr.'thrpn ror  di.ill*    in\ il. ri   i>.  ni  'i.-ri'l'  I). JJAI.MhU. N.ll. .1. M V'HIIK, Sf c  J. M. McCallum.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc., to any part of the City.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  TELEPHONE  NO. 7.     v    -  Wing Chung's newly imported   stock' of  Chinese  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment "ever  ��������� landed" in  Revelstoke  of  c  useful     and     ornamental ,  articles: '    ,  Ten. sorvicus   ,> '           " Klower IJots ���������  . Plates Umbiclla Stands  UiihkotH           ,   t ,,       Lunch Baskets  C^inc Chali s         . -SmokiiiK Jackets  Handkoichiofu Silk Goods.  GOLD FISH-     ' .  Kincst stock o( candioa and fruitb in town.  "'   Front Street, Revelstoke  WOOD YARD  1 have stat-teil a permanent Wood  Yard on Third street. With my paht  experience I hope to he in a position  to satisfy all requirements of customers. Dry corelwood kept in stock and  supplied in any lengths tit ^reduced  prices'for cash. ' ������.  R. SAMSON  Richard R. Copelarid  JOBIHNG CARPENTER  AND  CABINETMAKER    ���������      '  Mantles, Shel ving, Ely    i-niiis' i'  Jobbing Promptly Attended To  Thiid Street Easl,-  KevcKlnke  !M2lo  ���������    CKIt*l'll''I(JATI': OK, IMI'HOVIOMIONTS.  /    ���������,'      ' NOTK1K.   , " ������  I.oinii 1 loon Mineral (Jl.uni. sidialc in lhe lte\;,,  olstokt) Mining Division of  West Ivooteniiy  Disluct.  When- located��������� On  rjiifoi-nic Clock, Kit; llend. ���������  TAKE r-OTlCK that I, (icoigc S. MoCutur,  actn k asatteiiffoi- K. It. Wjhe, l'"icc ilinor's  Cciti llcato No. BS781K): .lohn T. Wood. Kioo  Minor's (Joi'lillcnto No. JlS'-'Stll; aoiliudo Wjlie,  Kroe Minci's CJcrtillciitc No. KS781U, and .1. C.  Ross, Free Minor's Coitillc.ite No. 11S7������!H, intend, si\l.y days from l,ho date heieof, to npiily ,  to the Alining Recorder for a Coitiflcate of Im-  ]iio\ciiionls for the -iiirposo of olitainin-? ,i  Ciown Ciianl of the above claim.  And fill thci- take notice that  action, iindei  Section i'7, nuisl, be eoinmcnccd heloi'c the is-.  mi,nice of such Cci-lilicalc of ImprmciiioiiK  Hated thistilh day or .Inly, A. D. iW.'>, >  ll'-'suplli '        ai'IO. S. Mct.'AHTHIt. ,  N  JOTJOU   is   hereby   kivoii1- that    8(1   (lays  J.    SAMSON    '  Painter, Paperiianger, Signwriler  KA LSOM INfNf;    DONE.  Order- rc(.'ivc pniinpl  altetitiim.  Second ������������������ t.       -       RKVELSTOK K  W. A. McDonald  PLASTKItElt &��������� IHtlCKLAVKIt  ItKVKLSTOKK  The only lirst-cla-"1 jila-teier in town.  Let me knmi  your  i((piiieiii(.-nt.s.    A  Calload of Lime ju-r iiiijioiImI    A far.  load of liiic-k iiiider (Jidei  BRICKS! BRICKS!  The Best Clnv in Okanagan Valley,  W'ell-biii-iit lii-ick-. in lai'-^e or -iidiII  (|iiiiiitities at leasomilile puces.      (  ENDERBY IJRIOK &TILE CO,  (iOOjelT . lOndeiby, H. C.  NEW BARBER SHOP  OCEAN:  STEAMSHIPS.  . Royal Mall Linos.  >   Cheapest Kouto to tho Old Country., ,  ALLAN LINK-t'i-oin Montioal.  Virginian   .'. .' June 2.)  Tunisian    J lino ,10  VicUiuiin          lulj 7  Jtavaiian        Inly 11  CAN. lJAC. ATLANTIC S. S.���������Krom Moiitreal  Aloiiliosc I uno Iil  Lake Michigan    July 1  Mount Temple fiily ���������>>  DOMINION LINK-li'ioni Montiual.  tCensingion June--'I  Canada.          Jul-  I  Houlliwiud     . . .  Iui) S  Dominion            July 1."  AMKHIUAN LINK���������li'iom Now York.'  I'hilailclphia luno-JI  St. I'.uil ...      . - Inly I  Now'Vol k    ...  .  lulj 8  St. IjUiiis Inly l.'i  WniJ'K STAIl I.INJC-From New Yoik.  'L'eutonio    I uno it  Oceanic Inly .",  M.uehtiu    Jul)   12  Ccdric July 1!)  OUNARD LINH-Kiom Now Vork.  JOliui-ia   ...  June'JI  Campania lulyl  Unibria       ' Julys  Lacoina....    ..' Inly 11  I'ahsongoi-h ticket oil thiough to all pails of  Groat. Britain and Ii eland, and at specially low  rates lo nil parts of the ICuropcnn coalmen',.  Apply to nearest railway or steamship agent or  to  T.  W. BRADSHA.W. Agont.   Rovelstoko  W. P. F  CUMMINOS.   Paolflo   Asront  _. after d.ito I intnnd to apply tnllio Honor-  ablo tho Chief CoinmiSMonor of Lands, and  Works for n- siiucial hcenso to cut anil carry  away timber from tlio following (loscnliod  lanils, in tho Din liond. West Kootoiiny District:  Coiiiniuncing at a jiosl planted one mile toulli  of Cioo. Liiforinp's southwest pott of his much  on Goldhticam and marked "C.eitie Lafoime's  norlhwesteoinoi- post," thence south SU chiulks,  thence cast SO chains, I hence not I h SO chains,  thence west 80 chains to the place of commencement. ,   '   '.  Dated.luly IHth, l!l(),-..-      ' c  llliauKlH , 1CDWAR1) PECK.  VTOTIC15 is hereb) gi\on llial, SOdavs attor  JLTN <lato, 1 intend lo apply lo the Chief Commissioner of Lands'mm works for n spocinP  hcoiibo to out and carrj awa) tnubor from tho  following dosonbecl lands in* tho Big Bund,  Wost Kootoiiny District:     '  -  Commencing at a post marked "Geo.,La-'  forme's N. w. cornor post,' and planted at a  point onc-and a-quarter miles from Goldsti'eam  on tho trail, thonco east JO chains, thenco south  lGOchaiiib, thence west 10 chains, thonco north  100 chains to the place of commencement. '.'  , Dated July tilth, lOfti.     .     >   '     . s  U7augl() MAURICK fiUINN.  _ _    ..       hat Unity  day.s after date 1 intend to anpl)  to the  ���������of Ijuidh and woiks foi u  The Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  TIME TABLE  (Dutitifr season of hifrb water)  Halcyon Hot Springj  Sanitarium.  I'ikI'-i tin  ii"iv in in i-;"m> nf <.|    ,  Ilvienv   Me I1. rn-li.    Uolliiiiii    f|.,.| i.  li'.->-l.tii(l.  .J. O. .MiMK-iii w-ill open  his  new- iJai-lier Shop,  FIRST STREET  On Monday, May 1st. Old OuMnniers  nnd new-can depend on ivffivinir the  .h|-i .it lent ion.  Leave Ei(iirr-MiLH L.vnijincj each  TUESDAV AND ERIDAY at (I a. tu  L.-ave La Poit-ri-i each  TUESDAV AND KIM DA V at 2 p. in  SPECIAL Till PS will he made be-  I ivi-i'ii dales o| iqriiliu s;iilinpr vvlifii-  evei business olleied iviitTiiiiLN same.  Local  Agent   Wanted  -TUII-; MEDICAL WATERS of /(al-  I cyon me th.-iiiosi c hi-inVe in the  world. A pi-rt"(i, natural riim-rly iui  all Nor kiiis and Mii-i iil.n disc lies,  Liver, Ki'ln.-y and Sroiuncli nilne-ril-  rintl Mel.illir- PoiHOiririK. A .Hirer mm-  for "Thut Tir-.-d l-'eehrn'." Spi-iial  rnt"i on all ImiuLh and Irmri-.. Two  mails aiiive ,pri(l clepni evtfiy d i y,  Telegra h comrriiinication with nil  mart.H of the world,  Tkrm.'s---$I2  Io  Jf? liS  per- week/For  further- pm-ticiilars a pjilvlo  HARK.V MclNTOHH  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrobu LaKe, "B, C.  AT ONCE KOH  " (janada's (Jroalcst Nurseries '  l-'oi the town nf Revelstoke  and sill loiiiiding ("iiiiliv,  which evill In- icseiv.'d lor the  ri^htmaii. Sim I, now at tin'  ll.'-l si MiriK -..'(isnil. nnd bmidle  ..���������I- NEW SPECIALTIES on  LIBERAL 'IERMS. Wrile  loi pin I n ulais, /tltd s'-iid 2.1c-  lot (-ni hmidsoini'  A luniifiiJin    Pocket   Miorosrofie  The Coiiipany reserve the right lo  (InniKo lime and day.s of snilitifr witli-  oiit. not ice.  KOBSLANI),  iMaslei-,  SWANSON.  Pinsei-  -VJOTIC10 IS 1IKU1CHY  GIVKN  JJN    day.s after date  '  -���������--.-���������'���������--  Chief (Joniiinssionor  sjiecial  license to oil  and carry away timber  fiom tho following described lauds in  Wost  ICoolcnay district ������������������  Number One.  ( Commencing at a post min toil Wm. Gow.in'.s  uoithwjst coinei' post," and planted at, .i point  two miles not tit of the live and-balf-iiiile post  on .Uuvoriiinunt ti.ul, to Ilig Lodge, l'liigston  Cieok, tlioneo noilb SO chains, thenco cast, SO  chains, thence soulh SO chains, thence s>cst,SH  chains to the place of ccmmeiicemeiit.  Number Two. ,  Commencing at a post, marked "Win. Cowan's .soiithwcsi corner post," and planted at a  point one mile north of t no tivc-und a-hall inilo  pos| on Govoinmenl, liuil lo Ilig Ledge, I'iiigr-  ton deck, thenco uoill* SO chains, thence easl  SO chains, thenco south -SO chains, thenco west  80 chains to lhe place of commencement.  Number Thrco.  Commencing al a post marked "Win. (.oh-  an's soul beast comer post,' and planted at a  point one mile noith o! the fhcaiid-a-half-iiiilo  post on Government li nil (n Ilig Ledge, thenco  north HKI chains, Uicncc west 10 chains, thenco  south Hit) chains, thence cast1 10 chains lo tho  place of commencement. ' >  i Number Kour. -  Commencing at a post, marked "Win. Hawaii's southwest coiner post,"and planted al, n  point .U cbanib wcstol the sis-and one i|iiailer  mile post, on Go\eminent Hail to Ilig Ledge,  Pingslou Clock, I hence iioith 10 chains, thenco  cast Kill chains, | hence south 10 chain?, thence  west Kid chains to the place of commencement.  ������ Number l''i- o.~  Commencing al a post, marked "W. Gowan's  northwest cornel post," and planted at a poinL  '-'0 chains oast ot the si\ and-aiiuailci- mile  Iiost,on Go\ eminent trail lo Ilig Jxidgc, 1'iags-  ton Clock, tbciicc south Hill chains, thence east,  III chains, thence noi th 11.11 chains, thence west,  10 chains (o the place of commencement.  Number Si v.  Commencing at a post marked "Win. Clow  an's northeast corner post," and planted al, a  point ouo mile and 20 chains cast, of tho siv.uid  one quarter mile post ouGo\ eminent! mil to Big  Ledge. I'ingslon Clock, tlienoc west 10chains  thenco south KM chains, (hence cast Klcbaiiiii  thence noith hid chains to the place of Com  ineiieciiiciit.  Numbel Seven.  Commencing at a post marked "Wm. Cowan's noithvvctil corner post," and planted at,  same point ns Number 0, thence easl, 10 chains,  thence soul li lliO chains, thence west 10 chains,  thonco injrl li I I'D chains lo lhe place nf commencement.  Dal oil I his'.'.'.Hi day or June, 190.1.  :������"-,i).'ll WM. COWAN. Localoi,  rilA'CK NOTICKtliat thirty ilii)h after  1.    we intend to apply t  Chief Comiiilsniotiei-of Lauds nnd Woiks for a  y (lavs after dalu  lo the llononililc the  special license to cut and eairy away Umber  fiom the followingilcncnbcd lauds: Commenc-  ini-ncing nl the southeast corner post of lot Sit'l,  about. l.vvo miles east, of A now Lake mid about  four miles noilli of Nakusp, at a post, maikcd  Vale-Columbia Lumliei- ( ompany's .soulbeast  corner posl,; riuiuliift Ihence.rast KKI cliahiK,  thenco north 40 chains, thence west KM chains,  and thenco south III chains to point of commencement.  VALl-'COLL'iMbTA LUMHKIt COMPANY,  !rl.-aS LIMI'l'UD.  (n hll le tremj M-o-fiil lo  l''.irihers in ei.vamliilrig seeds and griiins.  .'i|.(;hi.rdl-.l.s      " tri.-cH for liHeets,  Oarrl'.-iKU-H "'���������    .     phuitH for.Insects.'  Ti-iiclierH mill Scholars In studying botany, and  Kvcrylmdy In a hundred dltl'oreiil ways. .  IO  Pcihoti.s ri'(|iiii'iiie; a supply ot ice can  ib'pend   ou e-cllinic  it pi-oinplly  Iroio  "W-   FLEMING  tiOflle-  WELLIT C 1CT  l-'nnllilll Nun-orlcH [over 800 aeriMi    . y   ONTARIO  STONE &  l-'nnllill  TORONTO  l���������'M   I   tlN   I  O    and Copyrightt  ' obtained In all countries.  ROWLAND. BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical Attorney and Engineer. ,  Room 3, KairflcldlHloeik, Granville St., near P.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  postcard will secure an evening appoint  NJOTICK IS IIKItKllV GIVKN that llilily  J> iia)saflerdale I intend lo iiiiply to the  Cliiof CoiiiiiiIshIoiioi- of Lands and works for a  special license to cm and cany away limber  fiom tho following described funds in West  Itootcnay District,:���������  Co.'iiinciicliig al a posl, plan led al, the iioilh-  w-ost eoiiiei-of Geo. Liifoiuio'n homestead and  marked "Geo. I..iloi nic's noitheastcoiner post"  tin nee south 11*0 chains, thence west 10 chains,  thence noith Kin chains, thenco east 10 chains  to the place of < omiiiciiccmeiil.  Diilcd tlio 1,'ltli day of Jul), 1!K1,1.  Illaugl!) iMAUKICH (iUINX.  NOTICH IS IlKUKIiy GIVKN that, thiily  days aflerdale, 1 intend loaiiply to tlio  Chiol Commissioner of Lands and Works for a  .special license lo cut and cany away timber  Iioiii the following dosciibed lands in West  Koolciiay dihtiiel:  Commencing at a post maikcd "Geo. La-  foi me's noitbvvest corner post," thenco south  SO chain-. I hence oast bo chains, thence noitli  SO chains, thence west bi) chains to the place of  commencement. ������������������' y  1   D.-ilcd July liltli, lOOii. V.  lir.augl!l KDWARI) I'KCK.  Tho Master Mechanics Pure Tar Soap heals  and softens the skin, while promptly cleansing  it of grease, oil, rust, etc Invaluable for mechanics, farmem, sportsmen.   Kroo sample of  .     - ,          ...  ,���������  .. ,    , receipt of 2c. for postage.  Albert Toilet Soap  raent for thoso who cannot call during the day Co., mamUacturerH, Montreal. IV  the kootenay:mail  Ben  MINING MATTERS  ���������MICA.  ''   ��������� i ,  Its Occurrence in Canoe River  p '      Country.  i A' specially1 contributed article,  " Kare minerals in Canada," published  in the Mining Kcview has the following:���������"In British . Columbia, , sonic  large pegmatite dykes have' been  opened up for mica in the'vicinity of  Tcte Jaune Cache, about 150 miles  north-west'of Donald on the C. P. R.  According to Mr. McEvoy, the peg'nia-  titcveins cut the country'rock, which  ( consists in"that. locality of gametifer-,  ous mica schists and light colored  gneisses that resemble' foliated granitoid rock, the garnet mica schists  being the predominating rock. The  pegmatite' vein has a width of 18 ft.  and is~"copiously charged with mica  crystals but no investigations have yet  been made as regards the occurrence  of rare minerals."  Montana, has been appointed linancial  manager for the' proprietory,' Mr.  Bradley remaining as general supt. <  Several directors of the American  Mining Company will' visit the company's hydraulic property on French  Creek,' arriving about the 20th.  LARDEAU.  DRIFTS.  ' A deal  is, under negotiation  for  a  Curnc's Creek mine.  Particulars of the strike on the  Silver Cup show twenty inches of the  fie'ttestrbrc yet found in the mine, and  is no doubt an extension of the big  lense from which most of the ore produced by the mine has been shipped.  This means the mine has now about  ���������100  feet' in   dcptli   of   new   stoping  ground in sight.  '   i  A big strike is reported on the Baltimore, on the . north fork ' of the  Lai'deaii. ,    - ,  .  . Tlie Spyglass will resume work next  week and will ship ore to Hall-Mines  smelter.   ' - i   , '  Superintendent Rumens, this week  brought in some magnificent samples  of copper ore from the Standard Mine.  'He is raising on the one shoot, which  maintains its value and richness.   .,   <  Judge Miller's Opinion of it.  American   mining,- men connected  with   the Consolidated   Mining   and  Smelting Co.  are, in   the Lardeau examining the company's   property and  .  deciding,what   work should  be done.  ���������Judge Miller,' who 'is connected  with  the company. saitLto the News:���������  '"1 still think, as I have thought for  .'   the last ten years, that British Coluni"-  r bia is the greatest'jmining country'on  the continent.  .The ''people here  aro  u too impatient.-   Tlie country is hardly  ten years old as " a , mineral producer.  I thus already  done   mere'than  any  other district -ever;, did   in  the same  length  of time,  and this is only' the  beginning.'' There is a great future for  Kootenay.     Capital" will   come    in  plenty.   It is coming now.  I am sorry  to see a disposition   in some quarters  to decry the country.    When a man is  ��������� doing his best to develop a mine, he is  not injuring the district but benefiting  , it.    He should be supported by everybody.       > ,  " I 'am pleased at the repoits of new  rich strikes that are coming from all  parts of Kootenay. Each one, helps  all the others. It was bound to come.  It is only the'lack of harmony and the  apathy.of the people'here that; have  kept the country from being developed  even more rapidly. ,   ,  "There are ore bodies in' this'.coun-  try, known but , undeveloped, and  unnoticed, which, if they were.over in  our"countrv,' would cause an excite-  inent that Kootenay has never seen: <���������  "I think it is to the interest of the  whole country to assist the prospectors  and mine owners.  The Seymour Arm Discovery.  , Donald C. Simpson returned irom a  three months prospecting tiip around  Shuswap Lake, including Seymour  ' Ami. He had an opportunity of locating ou the new strike there but did  not do so, the distance from transportation being too great to render the  Iind of immediate value.,   The vein is  a wonderful one.     It has been traced  r      *  by outci'oppings for at least three  mile*-., running in a straight line and  parallel to a dyke of limestone. The  country rock is gneiss aiul_ granite,  F. N. Daniels says he is quite satisfied  with the report oi the assayers and  intends to ship a carload to Trail  smelter as soon as the ore can be got  out. An official from the smelter is  en route to examine the strike.  The Lardeau.  Dr. Dudley of the Consolidated Co.,  6aid to the Review: ���������  "Tlie company would in all probability confine operations to the Old  Cold and Primrose this year, and if  thc.development proved as good as the  indications, a wagon road would be  built up the North Fork and Surprise  creek."  A. C. (.runic, M.E., who was up with  the party as expert, said the result of  his trip impressed him favorably, The  surface showings were hard to beat,  and it ivas only a mutter of development to' determine the value at  depth. He was pleased at the  result of tlie deep working of the  Silver Cup and Triune, and felt it  would give confidence to others operating to get down to depth. He wan  satisfied theLaideau had a great future  but it could only be attained by judicious and systematic development.  French Creek.  E. A. ������������������Bradley, superintendent for  the Marsliiill-Schellsng property on  French Creek and. for the American  Mining Company, returned Tuesday  from a trip east. Great improvements  are; to be lnnde on the Marshall-Soholl-  ing property, wbuce an incline tunnel  is to be run Kill feet to - bedrock, and  an air compressor.mid hoist installed  for the work.. A dynamo is also being  put ,iu lo light the miiiobyeleoliioity.  A force of '.if) men will be put on  iintnediatoly.   F. G. Lotfc, of Helena/,  LUMBERING.  ,        -    a  The-Bowtniin Lumber Co.'is rapidly  forging ahead. On Fish Creek they  have two'logging camps and two logging engines at work, -anel these are  delivering������������������ 120,000 to 150,000 feetAi  day.'"'Mr. Bowman is pleased with the  ���������lumber outlook in this district.      ' ,  C7i , , ���������  ' Tlie,lumbermen of the district complain of the scarcity of first class laborj  and consider that if the industry is to  be developed, to.the utmost it will be  necessary to; have more labor. They  consider, with'the rate of Avages and  'demand for 'labor, there will be openings in the district for hundreds more  men during the. coming winter, and  an effort will 'probably.be/made to  bring in many- families from east and  south. With such enormous development-^ the lumber'industry in prospect a stimulus will be given to every  other line of industry and business.'",  It,is stated coast lumbermen have  taken steps to disrupt the selling  organisation of theMountain Lumbermen's Association, and are cutting  prices, "delivering shiplap and other  rough dimension lumber at points in  the Northwest at from $17 to $18 per  thousand" feet, a straight cut of from,  $2_to $3 per thousand. ��������� If the mountain mills, on the .other'hand, make a  reduction to $16 per thou8and,������it is  claimed they will have to do business  jut'a'loss. - The coast mills have made  an offset by increasing the price of  dressed lumber $1 per thousand.  Another feature entering into the  trouble was the combine proposed to  do all its business through the Bank  of Montreal, an arrangement to .which  the other banks, who have been carrying some of these mills, objected.  ARROWHEAD  Ki-oin our ow ii eoi respondent.  Mrs^ M. J. .Donovan is visiting  friends at the Coast.  There will be services morning and  evening in. the Episcopal Church tomorrow.  The Bowling Alley is nightly crowded  to the doors and Arrowhead is developing some "crack" bowlers.  ' Miss Florence Bull is occupying the  position in the C. P. It. ollice formerly  filled by Miss Dorothy Lethbridge, who  has returned to her home at Kamloops.  Rev. Robert Simpson is expected to  arrive this week from the Peace River  country, to fill the vacancy caused by  the departure of the Rev. Mr. Ferney.  Mrs. and Miss Avery, who have been  visiting in Arrowhead the past week,  left Friday afternoon for Enderby,  where they will spend a few days with  Mrs. George McCormick, prior to their  return east.  The Arrowhead Lumber Co. are extending their piling ground towards  the town and will reach a point opposite where the "mudslide" obstructed  the C. V. R. track last year. Thus  will the city and suburbs soon be one.  Some wretch who counts our loss his  gain, stole our thunder last week, or  we would have told "our own" version  of that Halcyon trip. " Honey's"  dreams of our personally conducted  little excursions seem nearly as pleasant as tlie-genuine article, but, alas,  more exaggerated than the $10,000  drug store yarn.  The Columbia River Improvement  Co., who have already doue considerable work towards improving the  Columbia River for driving purposes  in tlie upper reaches of the river, this  week sent up a gang of men who are  now busy improving the stream a few  miles above Arrowhead. The company  jh operating under a Dominion charter  and already considerable money has  been spent towards' controlling the  mighty waters of the Columbia and  adapting : fcl������oni  ANOTHER  ��������� RAILWAY  Crows Nest Line to be Connected,with Main Line at  , Revelstoke.  Means Great Things for this City  We have on several occasions pointed  out that one of the, railway works the  C. P. R. must undertake is the con  nection of the - Crows Nest' road with  their main line at, Revelstoke,.which  will then become one of, the most important railway ce'ntreB in ' Western  Canada. This work is necessary to  give the com'pany a freight'route from  coast to coast' with low grade, to com-  pete.,with i the., Great Northern and  Grand Trunk Pacific. Our statements  on this point have been confirmed by  W. McCarty, dominion government  railway inspector, who, in an interview'  with the Mining Review at Trout  Lake, said:���������' ','���������'..  "There will be a' railroad running  through here sooner than you people  may expect. I don't mean to infer  that this will be done to cope with  local traflic, but'you must-know- that  the C. P. R. are in'ii quandary all the  time with their- main line height  traffic. To successfully cope wkh the  eVer:increasing freight and the competition of 'opposing companies, they  have to find a new freight route. They  have no choice in the matter, they  simply,have to do that. This country  has all been surveyed .with'th'at object  in view/ and'the C. P; R. know.that  this is the ojily route- with- a,one per  cent- grade. You will see the westbound and'eastbound freight passing  through this country, and you /will  have a large and^thriving city."  "We only hope," ventured the.scribe  "that your fiprophccy, will 'come   to  passA A     '     ' ���������  "1 am sure of it,'.' returned Mr.' McCarty, "and you will find I am.correct  at no'distant,elate." *  Kissok, of Kakusp, to whom the (inning out of the boat has'been most  creditable. -        . ���������  RAILAND. STEAMER.     .  0 Traflic *to the, Big Bend, by/the  steamer' Revelstoke, has been very  active,of late.       ' u '" .  E. E. Colery,.who was attached! to  the C. P. R. engineering staff at Revelstoke, has," been' appointed ��������� C, P.. R.  engineer for Kootenay with lietuU  quarters at Nelson.  , The telegraphers strike 'c on the  Nerthern Pacific and Great Northern  has developecl-the/usual crop of strike  liars.""The 'officials say they have  broken the strike, and the strikers say  they.have broken the railway.   . '."'.  Traflic on the C. P. R. is 'enormous  this season.1 As many as 450 travellers  have been accommodated at Glacier  House in one day, while the hotel is  full of tourist-* and more accommodation will be required. Eleven train  crews are now kept running out of  Revelstoke to keep pace with traflic.  to the noeels of the  luinlitiniiaii who look to this stream to  furnish tlioni with tflieir annual supply  of logs.  NAKUSP.  Fiom" Our Own  Correspondent.  4   Miss Caleler, of Revelstoke,  is visiting Mrs. D. K. Allan.  Rev. D. K. Allan has left for a two  weeks trip to the Northwest.  The heat wave struck Nakusp Sunday, registering 02 and on Monday UO  in the shade.  Nakusp Hot Springs are becoming  very popular, several parties going upv  last week.  Kev. Mr. Johnston, of Arrowhead,  occupied the pulpit of the English  Church last Sunday.  Mrs. A. N. Cowan, who has been  visiting friends in Detroit, Mich.,  arrived home last week.  Nakusp population is still increasing.  Mr. and Mrs. L. Parent are rejoicing  over the arrival of a bouncing baby  girl on Friday, Aug. 4th.  Dr. Brotise, of New Denver,.was in  town Friday attending Mrs. J. Gou-  pille, who was very" ill, but we are  pleased to say she is much improved.  E. W. Bel knop, of Superior, Wis.,  T. W. Okinstroiii, of Port Wing, Wis.,  and J. B, Moore and wife, Garland,  Pa., are registered at the Grand Hotel.  The gentlemen, accompanied by Thos.  Abriel, have gone out to inspect some  timber limits.  COMAPLIX.  From ouruwn correspondoiit-  The Bowman Lumber Co's. steamer,  Geo. F. Piper, has started on her old  run again after having undergone a  thorough overhauling. Inspector  Thompson gave her an official examination on Aug. 1st, and said she was  first claass in every respect. She was  granted a license to carry -10 passengers. Her passenger cabin is 38ft long  by 'Jft wide. She carries two life boats  16ft long, 4ft wide, 18in deep. She  was practically rebuilt, arid the whole  of the work was completed in seven  weeks, being started on the 1.0th day  of June. The work of rebuilding her  was under tho direction of Mr, Mc-  SCHOOL WORK  Will Jake on New Features  After Holidays.  A new school,course goes into effect  after the holidays:���������  Color work is made 'ii more prominent feature of drawing and natine  lessons than before.'���������' A warning is  given to teachers 'that "the lessuii in  nature study may ��������� not degenerate  through the system of giving notes  into an~e.\*ercise of verbal memory."  Callisthenics, music, manual-training  andidomestic science are made optional subjects. Provision is made for the  inclusion of high school subjects in  the'public school course' in cities and  towns where there is no high school,  In the literature course of the senior  grade Scott's " Lay of th'e Last Minstrel" replaces Longfellow's "Evangeline." / , ' ' ,,  - Much more extensive changes are  effected in the high school courses, in  the subjects of study and in the |,text  books., The principle of options is recognised from the beginning, a choice  of either French brGreck being ofl'eied  for physiology in the junior grade. In  literature, Scott's "Ivanhoe" replaces  "Composition fiom Models.",1 New-  texts iii British and Canadian history,  Wrong's "The British Nation," and  Duncan's "Story of the ' Canadian  People," being the new texts. Botany  ;is added to the science course of the  junior-grade, with' a recommendation  tliat'it be taught during March, April,  May and June, while specimens are  available. Drawing is made definite  and a course prescribed.  BotsforePs "Ancient History for Beginners"-will in future be the text'for  Greek and Roman-history," and-the  former will be taught before instead of  after'Rom an history. ���������  | In the'senior grade the chief change  effected is in English literature. Tlnee  prose works, Eliot's "Silas .Warner,"'  Thackeray's "Esmond,"-and Ruskin's  "Sesame and Lillies,-' are prescribed.  Long poems,are substituted for shorter  ones, and the' literature course is'extended. "��������������������������� .        '     ..' '        T  The most important"modification of  the high school'course'iB the addition'  of a commercial course. Hitherto the  only .commercial course taught in the  high schools has been' bookkeeping.  To .this are now 'added typewriting,  stenography, business forms and, law  business. -It isy also . recommended  that all t languages except, English,  drawing'and science.-be omitted. fi om  the commercial course.-. r -  1      R, MAR. :  Shooting foi'"a silver yand bron/.e  medal in each of the three classes will  commence,, next Saturday among the  members of No. 5 Company R. M. K!,  best three of live scores to conn I,  shooting to finish third Saturday in  October, l'he members are classed as  follows: ���������        ti  First Class���������Lieut., II. A. Brown,  Lieut. R. Smith, Privates F. li. Fisher,  B. Groover, E. Hanson.  Second Class���������Lieut. Dr. Morrison,  Scrgt. J. Donald, Corp. J. Koll.uid,  Corp. H. Sharcllow. Privates T. Nelson, A-.* Coombes, R. Venables, T.  Hall, F. Leeming, E. W.'li. Paget.  Third Class���������All other efficient  members of the company.  Medals presented by, 1st class, Lieut.  Dr. Morrison; 2nd class, Lietu,. II. A.  Brown; 3rd class, Lieut. It. Smith.  THE WAR.  Russians Surrender.  A Tokio despatch announces Governor LiapnofV, 70 olficers, and 3,200  men of the Russian garrison at Sakhalin has surrendered.  Lidiapu/.e, Manchuria, Aug. 7.���������Tlie.  Japanese have concentrated   in Manchuria, in front of the Russian armies,  ���������150,000 infantry with  1,(100 cannon.   t  Big Battle on.   Russians Again  Retreat.  St. Petersburg, Aug. il���������Gen. Litie-  vitch reports the .Japanese assumed  the offensive and turned both Hanks,  compelling the Russians to retreat to  tlie northward. The Jnpnnese followed  in pursuit. -  Private funds to loan on real estate  security, Apply to Scott and Uriggs,  Hamsters, Revelstoke, IJ. C.  Help Wanted (Female)  WANTED���������Ladies to do plain sewing at home, whole or span-  time; $5 to $10 per week. Work sent  any distance, chin get. paid. Send  stamp for full particulars.  ISr-aug.":-    LUNA MFG. CO., Montreal.  Impounded  on my.farm on/July 27th, one white  pig. If same ia not claimed iind elani-  nges and costs paid within ten days it  will bo sold by auction at noon August  14th.  127 P. R. PETERSON.  Gives Stomach Less Work  and Body More Strength:   ;  Noflour in the world is**-so'nourishing, so vitalizing', so  r  rich in all the elements of body,- bone and brain building as   j  pure,,well-balanced, white flour.'       r  ���������i'       Bran  in bread is just so much wood'fibre���������so much  extra work for the .-Stomach���������there is no nourishment in it for -  man: , Cattle digest it and get nourishment from' it because .  -.nature has given them a'.fermenting plant and double chew-   '  .-ing facilities.   A        , ,-,',./'  ������A   But ..man masticates once and J'digests"once.,' For that    -'  ���������   reason  he  gets nothing  whatever  out,, of anything but  the  gluten portion of wheat���������the inside of lhe grain���������the part  which yields   "'p.-oAn."     And, he gets jnore out' of Royal  . Household   Flour   because more  of  the branny and  waste i *  , -portions are lcmovcd i:i making it than from any other flour.  -' ���������      The Royal Household1 Mills eliminate more bran and _ y  snorts-than Any ol'.r-r mill���������therefore" Royal Household .Flour '���������  is the niost' iioiirii.!. ir; flour in the world. , A '  J\pyal-J '>it:t hold Recipes frccs/or the asking.  Ogiivic's'"Royal Household" Flotir.  '   >,: '  EST,   1877  .*%&  : y ���������;: M::e.lialSIS^M;i; ��������� A ���������  :':ISlJRyy^lw#I^-CJ|)..;  the big: 6lp-estaeN^hed mouseabu*ing  i iDisisiiiiH^^iiiNsi  WRITE  Ash.'fA  mmm.  *HfR ;C|RCUL*RSl-MrilKEEfr PPST E D> -y -1  y^oPcP 'HJ](^i^ll|p^'!K^i4j^:^  If You Do Your Own Sewing  -it ir. all the more reason why you should  use only - ' ',. c  Belding's Spool Silks  They save both time and money.  Beldin!-*���������'.<��������� Silks arc toti^h and slron"-,  because they are pure !*,.!'.;. Tint r.i:t.:.s  them wear.  They sew smoothly, evenly���������  because they arc free of kin!:.-; and  knots. That prevents Hi reads  breaking.  You can do MORK work���������and  better work���������and do it KASLliR  ���������with Belding's Silks.  Every shade and tint for hand  and machine work.  Stores everywhere have BELDING'S SILKS,  ELGIN OR WALTHAM ca en  A.r\-r   em in   en wfijiwc   nASF \i)\J������u\J  4-OZ SOLID SILVEHINE CASE,  IIH-.I mill iliunp |in)(>r. Illt.'.l mIHi the ������������������ ery li.-l  m-vi-ii M-w.-lk-il l-'luiii or Wall limn iiKiw-minl,  hIijiii uinil nnd ������i-l,ami lib-film.-Iy Kii.ircuiU'i-il foi  lire \i.-nr-. AImi ii liu.iiilifiil clmln wit" '--������--n  witlcli foi-llic iiuM.'Hiiliij'.. All r'unipli to. S'i.'-i.  Seeiiii,' \* lii-lievhiK. ''"I (Iii- '"���������( ,l"(1 M'n'1 il lo "  uuli jiiiii- ii'inii., I'r^l (HIliM- mill K\(irc-.- Ollli c  iiilcli-u--. hikI ���������������������������(! will -������������������ml tlie Wnidi nncl < twin  In ynu for cMiiiiliiiilioii. Ifjou lli.'l it ((- rcpri"  hOtlliid, nny iikl-iiI IIk-iuiioiiiiI. mill i-Niiii'^i i-liiui."., in.il Wiiteli ami Chain nrt" your-. If yon  ttMi In-.live puyliiK the rvinc-*" cIiiiikuk m.-ihI ill tlio full iiiniiiiiil, .mil ������������������������ ������lll forward lo )OU  Will ell mid C'liiiln liy inn II. nil cjIiuik.-h inrimlil. II you nt-ili-r C.d.li. :ul"|-o-lt of .VI cc-nl-. I- re-  <|Uir*l(-H n iniitli-i- of kihiiI filltli. nlili'h lutioiinl, will li" ili-ilui led fiom >(iui- bill. Order nl once  iih tlilia ll'cr may not iippem-Hicui'ii.   When wi-KIiik iiieulloii lids paper.  E. WAGNER & CO., 103 Cordova Street, Vancouver,  B. C.  YODO FUJI  has reopened a  RESTAURANT  em Mclven/.ie'Aveiiiie.  Open Day and Night. First-Class Service  A   ��������� A '    : I57l(!  Subscribe for the Mail and get  all the news.  BevfMoke Bestaurant  Mrs. II. .J. llanbtiry, Managres**.  First-Class Table.  Private Dining Boxes.  l.amu DiniiiirriKim for  Hiimiiiots. Suppors, olc.  Furnished Rooms To Let.  FIBST STBBET, REVELSTOKE  BUSINESS, DIRECTORY/  The .following Directory, of,, advertisers'in the' Kootenai* 'Mail will be  found usefii^ to visitors to the city and  to'our readers at outside points as indicating reliable "firms ��������� with whom  they can place" their business, and  ot tiers: ,      ��������� , ,   .  GKOCE1HES.  C. 13. Hume it Co. Limited.    *  Bourne Bros. .   ,   t  Ilobson & Bell. ,  With Chung,  Wing Chung.'"       ,    , <.   '  '  - dry goods-, cixrriu.vc?.  C. B. Hume it Co. Limited..  F. B. Wells..  J. Cf. Macdonald.     ' '  FUK.VIT17KK.  It. Hows-oii it Co.    -    '  Weiler Bros., Victoria.   '  HANKKK.-.  Imperial Bank'cif Canada.  The Molsons-Bank,    --  IIOTEI.S.  Cential -Hotel, Ahrahaiiison Bio?,.  Pioprietors.  Oriental Hotel, J. A. Stone,-Proptietor  L'nion Hotel,, Mrs, McKittrick,. Proprietress.  yaiiiUu-iutn, Halcyon Hot Spiings.  .   KKST.VUKA.NT85.  Union, Mrs. McKittrick.  Windsor, Mrs. II. J. Hanbtu-y,  Owl, Vodo Fuji.  .Front Street, 'Wall Chuiitf.'  TKNTSS AND AWNINGS.  L. A. Fret/*.  '  31 EAT MEHCHANTS.  ���������P. Burns it Co. '    ���������     '       ,  .  J.I. Woodrow. - '  W. Fleming.  WATCHMAKER AND ,TEWELL������R.  .1. Guy Barbel.  JOHIIING .CAIU'ENTEK.  It.  II. Copeland.  IIAlilfKIt.  .1. O. Morgan.  ice. "   '-    ,  W. Fleming,, * A  .1. C. Hutchison.  Illtl'tiCilSTri AND STATIONERS.  Canada Drug and Book Company.  W. Bewh.  Bed Cro-,8 Drug Company.  I.AIIOIl ACiENCY.  F. W. Brown.  Allieriu Kiiiployinetil Agency, Calgary  TOHACCII ANIl CIGAR .STORE.  F. W, Biowii.  DENTIST.  Dr. -Moiri^on.  IIAltnlS'ri.'llS  AM)  SOLICITORS.  Harvey, MeC.u-tei'and I-tnkham.  Scott and Briggs.  HARDWARB.  LioMciiee Hardware Co. Limited.  Bourne Bio*..  l'l.ASIEKER AND ItRICKI.AYER.  W. A. Mac Donald.  EXPRESS.  F. W. B. Paget.  fir i: wood.  Rohei t Samson.  KIT It DEALER. .    '���������  F. B. Wells.  i  TEA MERCHANTS. -        "      *-  ii. F. and J. Gait, Vancouver. ;   ,;���������  y     BRICK AND TILE.  Enderby, Brick and Tile Co., Enderby.  L'AINTING AND DECORATING.-  .1. Samson. ���������  NURSERY AND SEEDS. ...  M. J. Henry, Vancouver.- ; " ���������      ������������������>...  Stone & Wellington, Toronto. y  r.$x$r fn  WE KOOTENAY MAIL  Signs of  Spring  CONVEY A WARNING  that, certain ailments: general  debility, dyspepsia, rheumatism, liver complaint, .etc.,  "   need attention.  There  isn't anything  better    .  ���������   ,    than  a   bottle -of   our   own  clonic  Hypophosphites  Made  of the best drugs anel  carefully compounded.  Only $1 for a Big Bottle  the   Indian's  ,i  CANADA DRUG &  BOOK CO.  BORN.  ' - r  Skene.���������On Aug.  nth, at  Revelstoke,  to Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Skene, a son.  - - ������������������.  , ���������     ,    ��������� ' i  , Little.���������At   Camborne,, on   Sunday,  August Cth, James   Little,  late  of  Edinburgh, Scotland, aged 35 years.  Pai.-mkk.���������At   Spokane,   on .Monday,  1  '   August 7th, Gracie  Palmer, beloved  wife of Alfred J. I'alinei.'  , . .      .       , ,i i  Local and General.  ,       Tlie city school will resume on Mon-  "    i ' ' '  day. '   ;  King Oscar has abdicated the Swedish throne in favor.of bis son:-  M. J. Henry is successfully growing  figs at liis Vancouver nursery.   '     ,,  ' B^n   Wednesday   the   Grand   View  Hotel, Nelson, was destroyed '.by lire.  ,, W. Schmock's Dominion Hotel, at  Poplar, wiis destroyed by fire last week.  ,, The many friends of !Judge Leamy  and family will regret, to learn of his  death at Greenwood on Friday.  The city of Nelson lost its suit with  the'  Kootenay  Power  Company and  must suspend work pending appeal.  *> > ' <  ,    Two school teachers, ..Wieses Agnes  Ruckle   and     Ida  ^ Anderson,    were  drowned at Christina Lake on Monday  ,    while bathing. '      - .-   ���������  . L. M', ' Haydeti, supt. Kootenay  Power and Light Co., was electrocuted  at Rossland * by the current being  turned on while he was repairing some  wires., -  , ' ,      "  J. H. .Nolan, chief clerk of land  office, committed suicide at Nelson in  a fit of temporary _ insanity'caused by  the heat,  Rev. Dr. Bryce, of Winnipeg, will  lecture at St. Andrew's Chinch on  Tuesday. Subject: " Early days in  Western Canada."  Biitain is entertaining the French  squadron, and in a speech King  Edward hoped the friendship between  Britain and France would guaiantee  universal peace.  Game wardens aie taking active  steps to stop illegal destiuction of  game. At Rossland two men ,*\ere  fined ?"!0 costs or a month's imprisonment for having grouse in tlieir  possession.  Forest fires have been doing much  damage on Seymour Arm. The  Dominion timber agent put on 100  men to try to check them.' The damage done was mainly on the Colu.ubia  River Lumber Co's limits.  - Tlie opening of the city school has  been post*Kjiied till Monday, 21st, in  view of the hot weather.  The teachers  urge that all pupils for both the liigli  un J the district schools pies nt them  selves that day  Columbia is foitunate in having a  live member tu represent its interests  in W.C1 'Well-, M.I'.P. The Stoney  Iiidiaus crossed the provincial lioundi-  ary lo kill deer, and'Other hig game  when Mr. Wells-heard of it, and'repic-  sented to thcygoveinnient agent at  Golden the necessity f< r stopping the  raid, with the lesult  were turned off.  ll. Gordon inspected the headwaters  of liiidge Creek this , week and states  ample water can be obtained for the  city and C.'P. 11. by turning another  stream into Bridge Creek. We suggest  the city record that creek and take  steps to improve (he city water supply  immediately. The Mayor lias already  taken steps tb Irrn another creek into  ( M '*  the present water supply, and a .special,  meeting of Council will be held Monday to consider further additions.  Business Locals.  Social & Personal.  .1. Ludgate, of the liig- Bend Lumber  Co., has gone east on a trip. -       >  -' Mayor Brown returned Wednesday  from a business^rip south.  Mrs. J. McLeod returned Wednesday  from a visit to Kamloops.   ,  Miss Janet Curry, of Winnipeg,- is  on a visit to Mrs. Anthony,' McKen/ie  Ave.     ' A"     '���������>  J. G.' Macdonald returned Weelnes-  d ty from a trip   to  Calgary'and   the  Territories.   -        , .    ,  ... /  , Mrs. II. Floyd and childicn returned  home Tuesday from a visit to' Ferguson.   - ,    l  J. D. Sibb.ild left Monday for the  east i-i connection with timber, lands,  and mining deals.  J. Guy Barber returned Satuidny  from an -extended   visit,  east,'having'  gone* us far as Chidngo.  - ���������*���������*  .  W. A. Galhlier,   M.   P., is ictuniing  from Ottawa,io 'his   home,at  Nelson  via San Francisco and Portland.       '*  i ,     ���������    >  Mr., and rMis. vM. .1. O'Brien and  family-left Wednesday to spend a few  weeks',111 the Okanagan.''  ������������������Mrs. A J. Palmer, sister of Mrs. J.  Nelson, and a former resident of llevel-  istoke, died on Monday at Spokane.  ' Mrs. Kinmati and hor sister, Miss  Murphy, are enjoying camping out at  Mr. Kinman's logging;"camp at Three  Valley. ,  , <,  The Ladies; Aid uf St. Andrew's  church will'hold their annual garden  party oulthc Manse grounds on Wednesday, .the 16th inst.        ...    i  ���������   & '  F. Frascr, gold  commissioner,   has  accompanied Mr. jCarmiclmcl, provincial assayer, on his trip to the Big  Bend. " . .        , ���������      A. A  11. Goidon, J. P., is appointed member of licensing commissioners for city  of Kcvelstoke,..vice W. SA Newman  resigned. ,,  Dr. Newcombc, of Ferguson, has  been appointed* medical ollicei* of the  Great Northern railway with headquarters at Aiid way.  Supt.*   Kilpatrick  emu  finds   ns   with ;t compkie  stock nf School   supplies.  We   are   offering   Special  Values in   Scribblers and  all School sundries.  SPECIAL     ATTENTION  paid to the child purchasers  ed Cross  Drug Company Limited  leturned Ironi  Nelson Thursday evening, having gone  south to attend the Great Northern  Mines meeting.       ,  W. II. Pratt, manager, , Moloon's  Bank, left Wednesday on his holidays,  goin first to St. Leon. Airs.'Pratt  accompanied him.  Aluch sympathy is felt for .Mr. and  Airs. Alclntush, of Halcyon Springs,  over tlieir bcicavemcnt by tlie drowning of their only son at the Afcthodist  picnic at Deer Park last week.  Dr. Shaw's party of American botanists, who1" have been camped at  Ground Hog Bairn for some weeks,  have enjoyed tlieir outing immensely  and are enthusiastic over the scenic  attiactions of the I'ppcr Columbia.  J. M. Scott returned Tuesday from  an extended visit to Colorado. Mk-non  and eastern points in connection with  the Prince Mining anel Development  Co. lie found the shareholders enthusiastic ii.- Lo the proHpi'ct- of the  mine, and iinaiigements will he made  to put in a tramway to get out the ore  and n .-inciter will probably be put oil  the Columbia river. !  Mrs. iMiindy and her Miter, Mis-i  Hebblewhitc, on Tucadii* received the-  .-���������i-il new? of the death nf their mother  at Nc-i Moiin--. Iowa, where she was  "laying with one of her -mi- on her  return in her home in Ontario, lift.-r a  trip to Oakland, Cnl., foi lhe benefit  of her health. The (lecea-ed lady  leincs four suns and four da lighters to  mourn hei loss, the manager of the  Imperial Bank at Kigina being one of  her joiij.  The marriage occurred Monday  morning at .St. Andrew's inn rise, Vancouver, of Kdwurd Corning, proprietor  of the Climax Hotel, licvelntokc, fotni-  erly proprietor of the Grand Pacific  Hotel, k'nmloop-., and Afi^s Jean  (jcddcn of the .same place. The ceremony was performed by kov. II. J.  Wilson. Wo wish the happy couple  all happiness.They will take up their  residence   at   the   house   which   Mr.  '���������   We II IKK   HELP,  UKOWN'S.  Fii-stcla.-s supply of 1CF may be  had from J. C. Hulchisoii.  If you want a good fountain pen see  'the stock  at the  Canada Drug   Store,  they have a hig assoi tmeiitof ihe beso  The Kdeiiogr.iph says:���������"TheKooi i:-  nav AI.ui. came:,,out this week with a  Kailw y Kdition, containing itlustra-;,  ,iions ol .-cones along the C. P. It. main  line-and various others of railw-iy  inteiest. It is well designed'and gotten  up, and is a credit to the publishers."  Go -to the Keel Cross for School  Supplies. ' '  We are giving away a Silver, Des'feit  Service', come and sec* how to .get it.'  BROWN'S CIGAR STOKE.  A". E. Brown'ha.s sold his interest iti  the Salmon Arm Hotel to J. Wateison  'Schools 'Bags,'Compasses,   Crayons  'A'c. at the Red Otoss! '    ���������  K. Alacdonald has, placed a com-  pteasedi air outlit in his tonsu'rial  pai lor together with massage littings  by .which he. can treat,his customeis  in the most up to date manner.,, The  air conipicssor is operated by 'n small  water motor. u , ,  Wall Papers, Wall Papers/at IIciw-  son's Furniture Stote, largo selection.  BROWN WANTS YOU It' BUS!-'  N ESS.'     ��������� '  i <  School don't open for another week,  butiwlien it does you can get all the  Books'a nil Suppliesj for the'Ohildien  at. ihe Canada Drug and Book Stoic.  Tliey have all the latest editions.  Eveiy man owes it cto himself and  his family to master -a ' trade or profession. , -Head the,display advertisement of the six Morse Schools 'of  Telegraphy in this issue and learn hew  easily a young man or lady may  Jc ii ii tclegr'iphy and 'be assured a  position.  Albert Boss, of Sandon, is going into  partnership with J.G Maulo..aiil as  gents 1'umishei-y ' "      ���������   - <-    '  . Th'esioie for Soiiveniis of Kcvel.-t..ke  and ilie Mountains is the Canada Ding  St. ie, ihev have a big a.-soilment.  An appieciative subscriber writes to  the Kootiinav AI.ui.. '' You take the  stand of fair play-to nil, and if I cuuld  do anything lor you would be only too  pleased."  -      ���������   ' ���������    ���������       '  . Fieo Ruliis and Blotteis and Books  to sell at the Red Cross.'     ' -.'."'  , j Curtain. Stretcheis, Clot lies Kick's,  odds and ends in house Iui nibbing-, at  llowson's.  YOU.', GET YOb'K AI0NEY,'S  WORTH AT BROWN'S "CIGAR  STORE. ;     -  - Any business Will grow with steady  strides under the iiillue'h'cc ot guod  advertising, and good management.  The Kooti.nav Mail can give you tlie  best advertising., f  Japanese napkins, best quality, (iOc.  per', huudicd at the Canada Drug  Store. _ _-,. '    ,  It: Howson1- & Co.''are showing an  .excellent line of Heavy Inlaid Liuo-t  lcum, tile and floral designs,  DROP IN AT BROWN'S" CIGAR  STORE.  ,.       ������������������;'-     ' _,A  Every sensible man appreciates good  printing and respects tlie bouse which  sends it. One piece of piuiiing looked  at, admired and studied, does lar'tnoie  scivice than a thousand disregaicicd.  The'phiceyto get good printing i- at  the ollice of the Kob'i i:nay .Mail.'  The Biggest Scribbler in town for,  tic. at the Red Cross'.  Dr. McLean's ollice is now connected by telephone No. 'J7.  HOT? TIIE UNION Cigar is a cool  proposition, at BRuWA'S OK'AH  STORE. l    -  Travellers' Sandwiches. ���������  Take some sandwiches made with  Clark's juicy,appetizing, lunch tongue  ���������Nothing half so tasty.  Sunday Dinners.  A specialty  *.*. i I l"'   m..il"   nf    SiimiI.iv  (liiiticis al ih'yl'iiiiHi llnt"l.   l'i iiv ."iOc.  '.MRS   McKITTKICK.  .������S^Bii������M!*^      -    '  Corporation'of the City of  Revelstoke. ���������  COURT OF REVISION.  Notice! i- lieiuli- uituii lli.il the Iii -I niltin-,-  ol the Cu.n-I ol l(. \isi-ni nl i Ik- 1'ilyof llmel  sloko, tni'-us-i- (in- Assi-siinriil Jtnll of 'lie s.'nd  1'ity ioi lliujr.u lilll'i mil lie liclil al Hit' Council (Jli.iintiui. ' ily II,ill, l.'cwKloki-, 11 C. on  JIoihI.h. tho mil dayol Si'iiluinljui'. 1!KI5, at tins  ltoiir i-t h |l. III.  1   i II. I-'I.OVU.  Ituvelslul..-. 'Ann "Hi. Ill .1 1'ily Clerk.  '"NELSON ''FAIR '  ; -, 19Q5;  3ir-LJDlASTA&~rL- O  Commencing Sept. 20rO  Larger and  Better Than  Ever  Everything new aii.l nji to date.     '  ''ALL  Iv 1 N j >S O \'\ 01' EN  A III  ,      ATTKACIIONS  ' '. ft  Each Day Something Interesting  You will nnet'old ft lends there.  Singld'fii'O on .ill.,liiies of travel.  Write f.'u; Pii/.u Ijisl.-   ' '" -  /   ' .1    E. ANN ABLE, Sec'  cox  JUST JNSIST  i ���������  THAT Your Milk.Is Pure"  THAT YourAliJk;is_Clean  We are ,show ing  the  mci-t  exclusive  ' and moderately pi iced range of  HOUSE  FURNISHINGS  W.EST OF WINNIPEG. .-'  Von know the kind of lui-nil 111 e,that  instantly atl racts your ,111 mil ion by  ,   ' its cluii-.-ieler, '.   ,  -(j  ^v"E selltt'  The inagiiel'i-*iii ol   its  individuality is  ii'ie.sisiible.y II .you, w.inl.'nu odd piece  for yiiur  favorite   i-inini, \vi ile us anel  we will tell you all ah-nil, the  IINflE'w STIrTLEIS  Linen   Fibre, Rattan,  Oak   and   Rust,  Malacca,  Reed, Malacca and Rusl,  ,   '    Old Hickory, Cane, etc.,  '. ', 1  Staid for out-new-foldur, -ju.M\ii:it l-'i'iiN'nciii:  *%eZlci73ie'&  KOOTENAY  PUBLISHING  : Steam Printers  and��������� Publishep's,;":.  ������1 IE -^ m ������STO KlyB.  LA KG E C YLI NO ER- PB ESS/  To do things better today< than they were:  : done,yesterday���������better tomorrow than  r= ; today. *  This is the  key to j business  .    ,   < : AA   ������������������       '        ' "     '-  success.  New Scale Williams for C.P.R.  The Canadian Pacific Railway is 90  well known for the luxurious way ia  which tbey furnish their hotels, that  one is not surprised at their good taste  in selecting one of '.he very finest in the  New Scale Williams Pianos for their  splendid Hotel at Mooseja-K*, N.W.T.  Clocks ! ulbeks !  S-Day, Half  Hour   Strike,    for  ������������������f-1.00 only.      Limited   Numboi.  J. Guy Barber  THREE JURORS CURED  Of  Cholera  Morbus with   One  Small Bottle of Chamber  Iain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy.  Air.   G.   W.   Fowler   of   llightower,!  A In.,   relates   an   experience   he   had '  while   -erving   on    a - petit jiuy 111   a|  murder case ;it   Kelwiird'-ville,   county j  seat of   Cleboiirne 'c'ouuty,   Alabama.;  fIe say-:       "While    theie   I ale some I  fresh meat and "onie -oiii-c   mcit   and '���������  it gave me cholera morbus   in   a n-ry '  severe form.      f   wii"   never mure-ic-ic  in my life and ,^ont fo the   drug  store  fur a certain choloa riiisture, but   lla-  dniggi-l ,-ent  me a botth' (if Cliaiub'-i-  l.������ir������'-* Colic,   Cholera    and    Diarrhoea  Remedy instead, -aying   that    he   had 1  what I -put for, but that this medicine '  win so much  better   he   would   r-ither'  send it le. me in lhe li\   f wn--   111.       I '<  look 1.lie di.se of 11   and    hi-   l.etf.-i  in-'  five- in in nl 1 ���������<       The -< e,,iid 11 cur. 'I j  me cnl irely       Two   fellow jnr.iM n> re  nlilieleil   III the sjinif riiaiilici  and   one 1  "in.ill   bottle   cured   the   three of in " 1  For sale by nil druggists.  Owing to 1 he, lirge iiicrca.-.'1 in  our'fak-tv Business we' have In en  obliccd to do away wilh all old-  time iiH-tliods and ' msial new  machilieiy of the latest tj pi',  which place.-' in 111 a position to  cope villi ivny like con.-ern (II t,|H  prijvince,        .        .        .        .        .  It should be borne in mind that'  every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and prepares the  ���������ystem for the more serious diseases, among which 'are the two  greatest destroyers ������f human life,  pneumonia and consumption.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has'won its great popularity by its  prompt cures of this most common  ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves the lungs and opens the  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent cure. 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