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 Provincial Library ,  ii  '< o  rni-.,;.i  \y>  .tan  THE HOTEL VICTORIA  '    K. i:. LEASON'.  VICTORIA.        -       B. C.  ,  Aiiiunian nnd Kuropcnn Plan,   u  American l'lan-������2.(i0niiU ITpivnnl-  Stc.im Heated. Sample room-.  REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST  8,  )3.  $2.00 Per Year  Fancy Dry'  i ' i  ��������� " i  Ready-Made Clothing,  ,     *  .'     _     ���������' *  Men's Furnishings, Hats, Caps/Boots, Shoes'  t fi.fi��������� i     ���������     ,.6ur Geo. A. Slater "Invictus Boot" is a Daisy.   Ask to see if- ,  .  - Notice a Few of. Our Special,Lines:  "   ,     "       r - \ r ' ���������        IIHUUI.AK  Men's Suits in grey'and mixed colors, $6.50,  ,Men's .Suits'in grey and mixed colors, "10.00, ,  Men's.Suits*in grey and mixed colors,   n.ool   ,  Men's  Rain Coats...-.'....!.._ '. .' 16.00/  Men'b iRain' Coals ��������� -��������� ���������   7-75-  ' Men's Tan Boots: "^"'AVillow Calf   5.60. '  .Men's;Tan Boots;      "-    Vici Kid. . y  5 00, ,   t  .Men's'Tan Boots!       " ���������  Box Call".:.    400,  " Men'b Black Boois/ "'    Donyoln'Kid,   2.50,' \  Indies' Rain Coats >..._...- 10.00,.     <  Ladies' Rain Coats -. . ., '. . .    6.00,  Ladies' Ruin Coats ,. ."  ��������� ���������'   4-75>  NOW  $4.50  ,7.00 J  7.50  10.00'  5.00  2.50  -2:50  2.00' -  1.25  ; 7.00'  4 00 ,  3 00 ,  -JUST -ARRW.BD...  A   fine assoVtm'eiU of' Dress  1*   ' ���������   '<��������� .Curtain Muslins. ~  md  Kindly, fa\ or.us with your mail, order.  It will receive prompt attention.  --'|^l8nL&iFiir,nisM"ngSv';Bjots-,-Sho'es,vHats,-(]aps|  T.T   -.READY-MADEXLOTHING.-Y.   y ;  f_V-  r?1  Bis''Horn Brand, B. '.C. "Union Made' Overalls, Shirts, etc.  '   Boys Suits, Boots,, Hats" and Caps.  r������>'  __>  <_*>  __>  (KTrt  (���������fo  .REVELSTOKE STATION, B. C.  ALBERT CANYON.  Preparing  for Revelstoke  Sunday  Schools Picnic. ' .  Albeit ,,Canyon is getting leacly.  Tbeie is no denying it; even tbe  station bouse is getting on a new coat  of paint. It is Iiot; stepping out of  Xo. i when tbe sun is doing its best to  scoicb tbe plntfonri one is .lhnost  compelled to say tliat Kevelstoke has  not got, tbe 'monopoly of sunshine, but  notwithstanding the!beat you 1110 not  long ni tbe place 'licfoic'noticing that  piep.u.itions lor something me being  inside, spaces .aie Jjcing denied and  things tidied up sis if the inhabitants  weie fully deteimined to ,mnl>'c the  ���������coming 12th .1 success as far as lhey  aie coiicei bed.  '  But the spiings iuc'f inviting, and  the thought of n dip gives tin milled  /est to life, especially on a'day like  tins. A beautiful walk, through o-vei-  liiinging trees and musses of feins,  winch' those who have visited tlie  vinter-Yiuo not likely to foi got in a  Imi iy, for nJ little oviT thice-quai teis  uf_ii mile bi nigs us to' the' new bath  bouse, which :s n ci edit tb those who  iu then spine time have vpliuitaiily  built the bath and split tbe'cedai  iihioh(w,is no.small nucleitiikinir^l'he  (bcssiiig mid bath looiiia. combined  nieasiuo -IO\'l(i, and the b.ith itself  20sLl, with .1 depth ef ������ feet, thus  gi\ ing, 100111 to swiiii wnhout being  loo deep foi tbe safety of., the ailven-  t,uioiis'sin.ilLbo\  l   ',"/     *������������������       ,   "  The wliter ha* been keeping .1 ahaip  look out for mos(|iiitoes .ind-b,is made  diligent cnc|iiiiica aniongst tlie 11111,1b-  lt.iuts as to when 'one>\\ ii last seen  bat not being able to .iscei't.ini any-  thing definite is comfoit.ibly settled  without fe.u-of a nip to leniind liuirof  the''skectui'o" lo\o foi mankind. In  case of ram,theie is plenty of accoino-  d.ition beie)(tbeie being se\eial Luge  buildings not in use, but.it is not expected that they will be lequired.  The picnic giounds' aie pleasantly  situated in the woods .1 tew bundled  yaids fiom the station, whoic"theie is  plenty of shade. 'In fact this makes  an almost ideal spot foi a picnic, theie  being no dangerous places fot,childien  iinjwheic ncni. , Albeit Canyon -is  expecting .1 ciowd and is quite ready  to accommodate it.  Thc'M.iyoi has declined Wednesday*  :i public holiday.  '     1  ,.' ,  Tickets bought must I e c\*ch,.ngcd  foi 0 l'" II * tickets at 'the 'station .befoie boa: di us the ti.iui ���������        . '  oie. On foil 1 of the chums, aimed  guiuils patiol the w 01 kings day' and  night, to picvent' pilfeieis earning  oil' golden nuggets' Pieces of ore.  the si/.e of .1 man's band, nnd containing $200 in gold, have 'been taken  out, of the Lucky .Lick.���������Xuws  Those inteicsted . witli Raymond  Allen on his piopeity at Sniiih cieek  intend putting in a new ditch to take  the waler dnect over the picscnt, face  ofginvel with ui' view to piovingup  the old channel of Camp cieek, uheic  tbe piospects aie encouinging  Mi. Gieen nnd->associates, of the  Aineiicaii, will piolnbly take over, the  bond on the lil.ick Wiurioi andevtend  the tunnel l.")0 It. ho as to give a depth  of 300 ft on the 01c chute. On the  lcsults of this, woik they will decide  'whether 01 not they will ti ke up tho  bond.     'i  Tho I'ai'iulise mine on Toby cieek.  '-\Vnideriiieic mining division/ has  shipped 937 tons of silvei-lend oie to  date and has another 300 tons lcady  loii shipment. The I'tntmigan, on  JIorscr Thief,' cieolc, Name milling  division, shipped 80 tons and,bus an-  othci (17 tons icndy for shipment.'     '  At the Consolation, on French  cieck, li. A. Biadley has 11 foice of  men working uniler .1. Sweeney, diift-  ing iicioss the old channel with a \iew������  to defining its position and ascoitaming the piobabibty of getting payable  gold theie. Tbe piopjity is 'being  opeiittcd thioiigb"- the, upper Consolation shaft Although the piopeity is  11 very wet one to woik in, it has the  .uhantiige of idiainage b\' gi.i\itatibn  thiough a channel inn fiom the mouth  of the canyon,'so that no pumping is  necossaiy.as is usual in deep lead sinking     ,      '   f      ' ^ " 1  THE HOSPITAL  Annual Meetihg.  THE MINES.  .^s... .**?r..Tf\.j^.T .n-.j.  yr ^ a ^^-th^is^ss^ysi^^^^ms^mimii-j^  Mail  Order  Dept  LIMITED.  ,Not contented to rest on the record of advancement  ue look forward, planning and aspiring to'do better in  the future. -An expectation based on the .business principles that have made this store a place -where >ou in-  s'tinctivelv look for your needs.  \\j  On Monday, August 10,  e will have sonv\!inc-> at Special prices.  A, Line of Straw Hats  for men and, boys, a good  picnic Hat, regular price  50c to $ i 00.'  All at One Price  A Few Parasols Still Left.  Fancy Pi  $3-50.  Monday  trasoi  Price  A Special Reduction on  Anything in Millinery.  and  We  can  arc  -'ive  "ieadquarters  quotations  for  on  Mine and  any  order,  Camp Supplies  no  matter-how  LtMITCD.  n Millinery and Dressmaking Parlors Second Floor \  I VISITO'RS   WELCOME,  iHssaHSHassimHasaaBSE^^  A inch stiike is.icpoitcd-fiom Kok-  ancc ti.n! '      v  ',        -*     , - **, .  Tluee 'feet of bigb-giade oie has  been sti'uck in the Slocan Stai. J  The K.iniblei-G.uiboo lienefts by the  lead : onus to c\tent ot $1500 to $2000  a month. -  Alev McLtae is getting pbicei gold  on Coup ci eek, Big Bend, abo\e the  canyon , '  Cus Lund is doing development,  woik'on tho Floiencc claim in tbe  Giouud Hog Basin.  \Y. li. Pool is icpoitcd lo be inteiest-  ing himself m the development of  Gieat is oi thei n mountain.  It is .i matter of widcspiead lcgiet  toleainth.it tbcVehet bus'dosed  down, having exhausted the oie body.  E. A. Bradley expects "to lesume  operation- on tho Blue Jay. on Smith  cieck in the course of two oi tluee  weeks. ,' *  As a itsii't of lhe lead bonus Bruce  ,uk1 lluvii White me leopening the  the Noonday, a. big lOw giadc /uic-  lead'pi(iiici ty m Slocan  .1" (J Montgomery is doiolopnig the  oie b-.dy be ili<co\eied two \eais ago  on Kevstoue iiioiiiit.ini, fiom winch  high as-a\b weie obtained  \Y ' U Pool endorses the I'opl.u  cieek gold stiike and lias niiangedto  puichase.fiom 0. JLimilton, O'Connoi  and Moig.in, the Lucky Jack gioup  for o\ei $100,000  ��������� II Willeox has liecn doing assessment woik on'tho C.ulionate Chief on  Keystone iiioiint.iin ai d it looks well  This gives piomisc of tinning out a  big low-gi.ule pioposition, with gold  values of about $1 a ton.  J Liny llow.ud will this mouth  make a clean-up of lhe Chicago Xo. '2,  oi. the Columbia liver at Smith cieek.  lie has Ind Iwo giants running nnd  lias bmken a lot of new giound on the  noith side, which is expectid to give  good iestilt-3.  A magnilicent sample of gold-beai-  un; oie Irom the new &liike nt I'oplar  Cieek is on cvbibiliou at l-\ li. Well's  stdic it is full of conise gold, mid if  theie !���������> any i-iiiiiilily of this stulV iu  thiit leciihtv it justilii"- nil that has  hi en said of it.  K.i-slcin capitalists ns-sociated with  li. A. Bindley in old channel mining  on Smith and l'lench cieeks hnvooi-  gani/ei! tbe l'oi t I'lupp Mining and  Trantpoi tation Coinpany with n view-  to opei.iting French creek and taking  a hand in tinnspoitation to the Bond.  Theiriaiit at the Kevelstoke and  McCullough Cieck Hjdiaulic Com-  i p.inj 's gi'iiuui mis -tnrtcd on Tuesday  WLck li.it smnpiil again for two dais  foi icp.iii of the piuo-lme. Itgjtto  woik .iL'.iin lhe following Tluusday  and was u'tving c-\cellent results  Bio-inectois coming in foi supplies  to tins city fi om tho now goldfields  nt I'oul.u Cieck, sny that theie is  increasing e.seitment there. Many  (,f the claimowneis bnve taken m  moilar-and peitles, with which lhey  me oNtiactiiig g'il'1 \iiliic������ fiom   Ibeii  '   Thu annual meeting  ol  the Kevelstoke Jlospital.Society  washcld Monday, T. Kilpntrick,   picsidcnt, occupying the chair.      , ,   "  _^Wc  have   not   space -for   the  full  'lcpoits piescnted     The n.nnual'iepoit  stated the fuinishing  wns  now   complete,  giving   accommodation   foi   Jo  patients" and  four 'muses    $1,037.13  bad been  spent on   lurnitiuc and instruments.   The giounds -weio  being'  imptoved.   -The"   hospital   had   been  iillod and mole accommodation would  he lcquhed niilho nien's w.ud     With  sufhcient   assistance ' fiom 'city' and  govcinment ' ai.     isolation  <> hospital  should be built   .The  plan'had  beoi.  successfully,adopted  ot -guai.intecing  employes of  the  C.' P-TL*' and lumboi  companies ,bpspital    accpnimdd.ition,  medical���������'.-ittcn'cl.iiioc  and "medicine m  ictiirn'for  n* small monthly fee  The  nicdicnl stall' consi-ted  of a   l.osident  ollicer liind , two' "assistants," and  one  assistants having   left  anothei   would  li.W'e to'bo appointed.    The'-nuising  stall consisted ot  u  m.itiou and tlnec  muses, provided by the Victoi i.in oidei  of niiiscs, sin  ariiingemcnt which had  piovcd    satisfactoij.      2025   hospital  days tieatment   have   been   given   to  21S patients since  Stb    Wigust, 1002  besides a l.uge numliei of out-patient-  tic.itcd. theie h.iMiig  been 2*287 visits  fiom      that     das*      A    consideiable  aniount oi dislnct  nui'-uig  had  also  been done.   Tbe debt   bad   been   ic-  duccd fiom $-l,,r)00 to $3,000, with sut-  ficient due to ieduce it to $1,400, while  the institution', and   equipment   had  cost $12,000    Thanks weie due to tho  Ladies lAuxibaiy,' Victoiian   Oidei of  IS'uises for giant of $200, Dr. Cio-s foi  opei.iting table,  nnd  city  council for  fiee water and light for hospital, while  the suppoit fiom the  public bad boon  gi.itifymg    Tho  medical   repoit   was  also lead.  On motion of G S McC.utci,  seconded by G S Hindi, the leports  weie adopted  The foimei- bond was elected with  tluee new niombeis as loi low a. T.  Kilp.itiick, V. JlcC.uty, A li l'lnpps  C II. Temple; C.J Wilkes, G S Mo-  Cuter, li. H Atkins, J. McLood, K.  Howson, C I'-" Lindni.uk, It Goidoti,  P llooley, W. 1). Pool, F C Manning,  It. Steins, .1. W F.iiihall, .!. L Rutt.in,  J G Hillings II. Cieclman, M. ,J  Scott, it II liUiquh.ut. T Moie, .1.  McGinni^, II F. II.iy, 0 .lackson. If  G. Gough. r  Votes of thanks we.e aeeoided the  Ladies Guild, piesidcii^uce-picsidoel,  and secictniy.  The financial statement slniwcd  lecoipts for join $!)2II.!)1 and expenditure ifrO ,02.1.21.  The lepoit of tbe Ladies Clin Id -la led  theio vveio Ul mimes un the legistei  The following weie elected nn ndvi-oiy  bo.ud to confer with the diiectois  Mesdames Dent, W. M. Lawicnce, I'Y  Finser, G. M. Clink. P. llooley.Wils in,  Itisteen nnd .1. .1. Shaw. Tbe net pio-  ceeds of tbe hospital bull weie $3311 15;  lliiiold-VeNon Cn $lll.'bl, and gnider.  party at Mis Kilpati iek'i $.11. X-ray  nppiiiiitiiM bad been piiix-ba-sed nt cost  of$iliO. The guild had puichnscd all  linen for hospital. Too inuch could  not bo said of the good work done by  Mis. Ciiirutbeis.  Di. Sutheiliind icpoited 218 patients  had parsed tlnough hospital, 21.1 males  mid 33 feni'iles. 'J'hcie weie 1.1.1 siug-  ic.il and 8!) medical cases. Xinnbei of  out-door xisits was 2,237 nnd 82 opoia-  tions weie poifoinu'd. Owing to want,  of space convalescing patients bad to  bo discbaiged to make loom for new  cases. An lioliitod wind was also ic-  quiied. Dr. Sutherland o.x-picssed  gieat appicciation of tlio efVoi ts of the  Ladies Guild. He thanked the musing si all for their faithful work and  Dr. Cross, his associate, for able and  willing iissi-nt.itice  THE LARDEAU.  Fish and Pool Creeks���������Trout Lake  ' ' -  aiid Ferguson Mining Camps.  (Continued)  '     '  f.iniA'r xoi(tiii;ii.\ moi-ntaix ,  ���������I      pi  I  picks up'the continuation of the  niineial belt from the Beatiice'at  the hcail of Mohawk creek. This  mountain is immediately .behind  Ferguson nnd has extensive showings of oie Indeed, from suVfacc  croppings and tho work so far done  Gieat Not thorn mountain appears  to be one of lhe most strongly  mineralised sections of the Lardeau.  "tiii: m.i'iia r.iioui*,  lhe;])iu|'orly of the Lillooet, Fraser  River and Cariboo Goldfields, Ltd.,  lnib had moie development work on  it llin'n any othei property in the  section. It is appioached by the  hest mountain 'trail in the di&tiict  and is one of the most accessable  .piopcrtieh in the 'inaiket'today,  being within tluee miles of Ferguson. A shaft has been sunk 110  feet on the main outciop, and ou  the dump inc. considerable quantities of copper and lsilvur-lead oie&,  associated with zinc, taken out in  the process of sinking The lead is  17 feet in width and has a strike of  N. oo W. mag.  dipping' 5S (leg. N.  ..ik.-,.  A large'.consignment'of CROCKERY  just' to hand, including all -'kinds of,  GLASSWARE: for Hotel and House'-,  hold use. , ,-1   , * '���������- '���������"   ' ��������� ���������' -'  ' No.- 1 CREAMERY BUTTER0in  prints and" boxes/, EGGS, California  ; andr British,'Columbia FRUITS ar:  yrivingrdaily by "Express:      -' -  ,  BOURNE  E. On the north <-ide the quart/, is  honev ���������cotnb'ed, showing the leaching of 'sulphurct'-, while tlnough  the con tic 'of the vein is a band of  ankente. This ankeiitc cairies the  copper oie, which is of good giade,  shovving''oxide&, double sulphides  and ��������� chalcopyiite. General experi-  ence'in the Lardeau has shown that  in oi es showing copper on the surface this metal gives place to &il\er  with depth and generally carries  high valued The shaft is timbered  inva f'nst-cla&b inanr.er.  An open cut exposes another load  showing coppei and ^ steel 'galena.  This lead has a. stiike of N."38,W.  and cuts the,*larger lead on which  the shaft has been sunk. _ 'A tunnel  ha������ aKo been run 'on 'this lead  showincr as much as'three feet of  steel galena. A not hei 'tunnel has  been am' CO ft lower' down jthc  mount.!in-side and shows o'ie for :i  width of four feet. ' '\.   '       - ,   . -  Near,the camp at tlie'crcok another tunnel' has;been nin for about  200 fl. on a different, lead, -if a'  point ISO ft. below the shaft:-"This."  'tunnel has "a, strike. of'N. 46 W.'a'nd  a clip of,66N:E. The pie ihute  turns to the north'wiill* Theie'ate  about 400 tons of ore mined at all  points. l,  < The propei ty includes the Alpha,  llroad viewy Colonial, Confederation,  Phihpsbutg and Skiff, Cutter nnd  dipnoi Fi.iction" The area is 160  acif". and the propei Iv i1- evown  granted Conm cted with the ])iop-  eitv is .in aie.i of 320 acres of w'ell  tinibeied land at, Feigu������on, witli  ollice and stable building.  It is stated the compimy spent  $SO,U0O ou this piopeity, and shipped 26 tons of ore. Tenders for the  puichase of the piopeitv under the  liquidation sale close" with J. V  Armstrong at Revelstoke on Aug.  15th.  OIIPAT   XOIITIintX.  This piopei Ly lies on the spur of  the mountain west from the Alpha  group. A good deal of development has bien done on it under It.  MePhei'-on, but the wotkings have  all caved in *o lhat il is impossible  to iifcccit.iin the. lesults.' Theio .ne  about 100 tons of oie on the dump  i-iiui;, n-*-m;i:.  This is one of the best looking  piospects in the countiy. It is  owned by- Mcsmk. Ilollcn anil  Downs, of Iteyelstoke. A good deai  of woik bus Ueen done on the piopeity, and .10 ton^ of oie aie on the  dump. The mam lead is about oo  ft. wide, and highly charged with  gold-be.ning bulphuicts of iron and  coppei. If the gold values ine sufficiently high this hai eveiy appearance of milking a big milling  piopo-ition. The lead has a Miike  of iN'. 10 (leg. \Y. iind a dip of &.1, so  that, it i- nearly vertical. The  main lead has been cios'-out by n  tunnel S7 ft. long. There aie open  cuts, and 100 ft. below tbe tunnel  the Willi of the bulge h.i������ been  ������������������Hipped in the exposure ill the bend  of the gulch showing gray copper,  snid flom one to three feci of steel  galena which runs about I'm o/..���������>.  silver. A cui ions feature of Lhe  bin face showings i.s an ankciite  lead, about two feel wide, canying  chiilcopviilo ore of the si.mc character as nt the Alpha group but it  is cut off at the big lead. The  pioperly is well situated foi economical development and transport  ation.  ('I'ii Iio ('(iiilniiind 1  Headquarters ^for Groceries  .' i   of .'"Guaranteed' Quality. <  *��������� ' <,\-r&t  ������-, -  . Goes the Prices for ;the ;,  -i .     (  . -i  Balance of the Clearing Sale"  MMm  r t  In Every; Departmentv";4i  ~*     jf ������_, .*.,. .-^,���������^__-j-. ..  '*., ,*,-.-  ���������    '*��������� &-AU+&?}$!?- -f.-.-^ii  'K>  (       ,.1 ^*i^v|i-J'yh  --     " - ^ 't >r> iV->,  -.  - w-i.-i'-, ,si.--^  . /  '"!J*1i  'v i'^'I'TCFl  .-#  H\  "������,���������>.'  i?������-  54������i  Ml  :-'^"3,A|  ,'C- A'i&tl  '-'tWuVs."*!!  '51  ���������riiiif^^ffi^s^^rf?^^^  If you wish to catch a glimpse of "Ceylon the  Beautiful" without leaving hoiue, just shut"  your eyes-and drink a cup of  t   T". ���������*���������"'- I  \ft*   ,v-^������, '  'if. V 'J-*  SPJ-V-vvsCf I  : -* \fc&\  "-f^a^'ay  :���������-^-"-kj  .1",  -iv^Bfl  ������*$  ,u  R X*  ^  ,'tf.  tv  :vi  *. * - -  \-  ^'2'  t  TTn  \.  I Z   ���������.  ���������?SH  I. A. SMITH & CO., Agents, Revelstoke, B. C.  R. HOWSON & CO.,  Furniture Dealers, House Furnishers,and Undertakers  Have just opcni'd the largest stock  of Carpel** in llie cilv. . :  1 -  Linoleums, Rugs, Toilet Ware and General House Furnishings  Anici'iciiii inilwnys  have oig.ini/.ccl  an iib'jocintioi' to fight tbe unions  The conservative convention to  select ii candidate for Ucvolstoko will  lie bold Siituitliiy week. Meetings to  select delegates will be bold tonight.  The Iibeinl association meets on  Tuesday lo ai lange for calling a convention to select .i candidate to lep-  clcction for  tlcvcl-  lescnt tbe party at ,  stoke liiling  .\IeKi:s/.n-: AvuNfi:.  KKVKLSTOKI-:  n.^ij.iy*%.o.*i4*yif.*yn.i*ntinn.n.i>.*>.n.iyi>.n.**.iyn-n.*t.������.*x}t.  t        ALUMINUM WARE.  For .Saturday niylu Only wc are giving a   Discount  25 per cent on all Aluminum Ware  of  t  Iii*iiiK -cb' a^.'nt'- wi' an* takiiifr I hi*  H(Ki(N  al  .1 leiii.u k.ilil.* luvv liyiu i*.    Wi-  cvei y  Tiisli  iih-UkkI  of  intiiKliii iinr  111,---,'  vviil f;iv������' Vii n i;iiiii.iiiIi*i* ivilh  ,-nli( le jou liny ill tlii<-  w.iw  that   th.-iv   i*. No   U11-1,   N'..   Ilinni  No n.ingei-of Piii-oii, >'ot AITeeled hy Acid nnd po-iiiwly uuik-  i  in halt' the linn  Be sure and take advantage of this Special Sale.  W.   M.   LAWRENCE Z���������������*T  V   Tayldi- Block, Mnek-wii* Avcnni*, - REVELSTOKE, B.O  t U ���.
Subscription   Price,    S2.00   Per    Annum
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ADVKRTISIXG HATJtS on application
Changes in lulvcrli-uiiicntn niii-l. no in liy
Tuc-dii)* of each week lo secure iiikmI di���
piny. Timber notices, same l.Ue us liii/olte,
So for cuch location.
JOB PIUNTIXG piomptly executed titieuson-
able rules.   , ,, _
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' Revelstoke, J3. O.
Examination of and topoils, on 31inei.il I'io-
pci lie* .i Specialty.
PERRY LEAKE,   .' ,    ' '
Mining ICiigincci and Metalliiigist.
i:\aninintions  and Ilcports'on  Minnie   Pi op-
'       croc-.
Specification and Consti ticlion of Mining Machinery. < ,
.Te^t- made of Oics and Concentialiniifoi Clilor
ine .ind C.vanidejTieatiiient.
Hvdrauhe Pliint:.  ���  ,
"     i  ~~ ���   -    .      Bedford McNeil Code    ��,-
'Lhe prospects  of'the'Jiig   Bend
never looked   better  than  they do
today.    A .start  has   been made to
utilise the great  lumber  wealth of
that  section,  and   the   lumbering
industry will   employ   an immense
amount of capital and labor.    The
mining   prospects   look   decidedly
healthy.     As    development    progresses   on r Standard   Basin    Ibis
seclion   has, every   appearance of
proving "a  store-house  of  mineral
wealth.    Tho same  may be said of
Keystone niountain, Downic  creek
iind   Ground     Hog    basin.      The
placer-mining, prospects   are   also
good.,  The work1 on  the  Blue Jay
has developed   a   basin at Lhe head
of nn ancient canyon   anil payable
gold should  bin-found   here ,if  the
deep  sinking .propositions  on   tho
cieek  curry,' payable   values.    On
the giouii(Lopernted by II. Howard
good gold   has   boon rgol recently.
The clean up   of   three  lengths  of
filmic' at'the   ground   worked <by
Raymond Allen yielded 20,coiits to
the ya id���a value which would pay,
well' with rup-to-d'ato   equipment.
On  MoGullough  creek   iho' Revcl-
stokc  and   alcCullough   Hydraulic
Company has its   giant, al work on
old channel   giound.    A good deal
'of coars'o gold- is  being'gotcand the
I iio^ poets   uie    1110*1   encouraging.
On French cieek  the  Consolation,
operated  by   E. "A.   Bradley,    has
been producing good gold from tho
old  channel, where' virgin   ground
i.-,   being  opcned",up-    Fiom   mica
mining much  is   to   be expected in
tho_Bencl,  as  the  deposits, of   this
mineral are reported to be extensive
and of high grade. , The" clay is not
far distant when   the   Bend wilhbc
a considerable 'farming  and   fruitgrowing seclion,   with   its  areas of
rich'land. The work done at Boyd's
l.'inch   and    by   'G.   Laforme, ' II.
J Iowa id and others shows the Bond
to be as line an agiicultural section
as  there -is 'in   the  country.    The
developmentof the Big Bend means
much to Revelstoke, and if 'pios'ent
pro-pects turn out as Lhey piomise,
Hevelsloke  will   be  the-outlet for
vast lumbering,  mineral   iind agricultural urodnotion in the future.
*, -   Bargains in''Real Estate:"   ^
<5t   9HH���** -t��'>" dwelling  on Connauglit
iply��i\J\J   avenue, containing.-, looms!
<C-t   f^nn���1 -lory  cottage,1 ��� j  looms,  luge
tpljtJWUy gmden v\ith small fnnt in v.uiclj
(Cl   Qfift���Comfortable '2-''.toi-j\     U loomed
<pl,0\J\J   liou-cand2  lot-,   newly   pain led
and fenced.
CtM   nf^n��� "loomed collage with batlnooni
ipl,UUU   lot50\1(H).
a>4   ccrj���Laige 2-stoo house. 11 loom*, all
iplyOOKJ   modern convenience*. 'Agcnuine
bargain. * '
<I��9" noil���Rc-tauiniit   building   on   Fn->t
vpiijUvJU   street; tplcndid oppoiUiinCj  foi
right pai l>, good tei 1115.
, Cl Onn*---*'01'5   ic-iilencc,  well built, coital, OUU   taming S room'?.
-llsloiy  cottage,  'i   loom*  and bath
loom, near C. P. It. shops.
liou*c. 7 rooms,  near Mo-
s av enue. .        -    ,    '
1 ��tory  hou^e  containing S   looms,
cellar full *i/.e.
lj-stori cottage, U ioomS lot 10\1(M
40 nnn-2-story modem residence, 3 lot*,
50jUUU   good lawn.
-2i-stoiy rc-
to date, with line giound*.
CO r nri���2i-=toiy rc-idcncc complete and up
"\,T7"E are prepared  to loan meney on any of
>\     the above properties on the inonthh te
'-payment plan.
WEhr.ie for -tie an  improved faun near
the citv, *tock, iniplemenis, ele.   Puce
��2,C25.   Caili icquircd 51 (KKJ.
ALSO SO acres unimprov cd land near Salmon
Arm s-lalion, price $<XXI ou good term-.
LEWIS BROS. Beal Estate Agents
^be Ifcootena^ HDail
It ie to he hoped the Dominion
governmentwill make an eariy start
with the improvements on the
upper river this season. At Nine-
.Mile rifilciand Rocky Point the
channel urgently require.- improve
.-    ,    ,   .POLITICS.
Speaking at -Vancouver, .loacpb
lM.utin s.iul tbe I.iboi'p.iity bad stated
all tbe -members of tbe local 'Legio-
latme were culled from tbe leisiiieand
capilnlistic classes. ��� Tbis be stien-
uoiis'ly denied, and ��.ivc instances to
tboiv tint bnlf tbe legislatuie is nin'dc
up of .woiking' mop. .Mr. M.utin
pointed out tbiit, tbo libcial' party
bad given,, tbe laboiing men tnoiev
legislation in a few sboit ye.ifs tban
tbe eonaCi'Viitivcs' bad during tlieir
e.\tended tenure of ofiicc Mr. Martin
said if labor men would join tbe libcial association and contio! its
actions by Ibeir votes, they could ei-
foot tbe nomination of tlieir own men.
It would be tin better ior tbe labor
men to do tliat tban to put forwaul
foi election u number of , men who
stood not the slightest chance of
The election of Cardinal Sarlo
ii? succa-sor to Leo XIII is an event
of great importance from a civil it-
well :i- ;i religious point of view.
The now I'ope, who take- the title
of Piiio X. ha- always -hown a
strom: ii\('i-ion to interfeience of
the- chinch in civil affairs and bi-
election will do much tn "-cct.ie
harmony between chinch and *-t.ile
:ill ovei the world, as hi- policy
will be the avoidance of all
of friction between ci vi
religion- authority.
I    and
tween the
landing is
Uitr   Bend
wagon   ioad   bc-
city  and   the steamboat
in   urgent  need   of  im-
It =houIil   be widened
at-ome point- and at others lhe
overhanging rock1- require hieaking
off a^ they "-ometimes catch the roof
of the --tiige. As originally laid out
this road had a good giade, but
Provincial  Engineer  Gamble  sub-
Machine Lays Railroads.
At,the late of tluee .ind one half
miles a d.i) a peculiar piece of mechanism i�� laving the tiacks of the Cincinnati, Richmond and Mnticie
Raihoad. This track-1 ijing machine
.lutoniatically'iind accurately lifts the
ties .md l.ula into position, the most
diudging labor m all u.iliop.d con-
ati notion. It also furnishes the
motive power for its own construction
' Theie weie stretches of roadbed
over which the construction train
moved at a i.ite of ISO feet an hour
The machine utilized is one which
ditl'eib in many essentials from that
which has been used west of the Mississippi rivet. One of the most intei-
esting fe.itiues is the manner in which
the material is delivered to the roadbed, and the comparatively lew men
icipiiicd for the dirt'oient operations,
as the ties and rails .no lilted and
moved lioin the cos on, which
they are c.nlied to the lo.idbcd being
connected and .-piked while the ti.im
is in motion.
An endless chain   canior   puts   the
ties     in     position,    while   a    crane
-u-pemlcd upon a   steel    tru<-s   lowers
the rails in advance of tho   construction ti .ii n.    In this manner the engineers in chaigo of tbe road hope to  iui)
into Cincinnati many   ueecks   enrlioi
than they could  olbervv it-e have   done,
The machine weigh* Ii ty   tons,   and
.v.ej made in Scran ton, I'a      It is    the
only oi c of its kind in i vistonie.   nnd
it* inicutoi-, Mi. 11 in ley,  who  iiccum-
panics the machine,   sjienf   seventeen
yciii-iiu pel fed ing it   snid    thousands
of doll.iia   on    models-   befoie   success
crownr(I his efforts.    The  woik    done
upon tlie (Jinciiin.it i,   b'icbmond    and
.Miuicie    iiiail    demon'tut, (I     that   a
force of about foi ty   competent     ine-i
weie.ill that weie leqiurcd to   operate
the machine    to  its  fullest  capacity,
and that when conditions me  favorable
uvei tluee miles    of Hack in a   day ol
ion limns could be put down   without
dillieulty,    while   an    iiua.igo   of two
and one-half miles could  ho locoided.
Tbo gearing on    which thu material is
convoyed fiom   the platform   through
the machine  can ho   opeiated fit   the
same late of speed nt winch the  train
is moved oi its speed   can be doubled.
Tbe   weight   of the mils   handled includes the bo,iviest .used for  aliindnrd
gauge   consti notion,   some   of   I hem
iiveiaguig'100 tons to the  mile.���Cincinnati Eiiqinior.
, A Complaint. " ;t
IMitnr Kooi i:\-.vv' Mail :
Sir,���Will you kindly permit mo to
ask what is the object in you, tbe Revelstoke Herald'and some others displaying such animosity towaids the
Roman Catholics and heaping such
abuse upon your Catholic readers. Is
it because the 'Protestants aie in the
majority and you aio trying to curry
favor'with them? If so you are making a mistake as tho intelligent poition
of them iiie simply disgusted.'
You have up to now abstained from
this kind of thing but it looks ns if
you weio deviating fiom your motto of
���'lair'play" and starting in on the lobbying soho'me. The publication of
that, article " Why I am n liberal" is
certainly an insult to ynur Catholic
leadcis. So far, it has had no iiLiring
on,the political question but is simply
uaeiLiis an opportunity for tbis mini
to dispose ot the surplus of bigotry
and iguoianco which has accumulated
in his system. I am a libcial myself,
and there aio hundicds of Catholic
liboinls in this province, but 1 dont
see how they can take sides with a
man of' that stump. If it is to bo an
election of Protestant against C.itliblie
and vice versa then .let it be ��o understood! ,'
The eilitdi of tho Vaiicoiivei W'oild
came out with' a atrong oditofial on
tbo'lith July cclebi.ition in the course
of which ho called upon all good loyal
Oiiiiigomon to OAoiciso their franchise
in tho 'pioper wiiy���ut the coming
election (see issuc'of July Llth) In
other woids be tolls the Piotostiuits to
vote against 'Catholics under any and
all ciicuiiistancos. I cannot "-sjcc 'bow
this will work.     <       ���,
As for tlio, Revelstoke  Jlei.ild, J .on
iiot'surpiisod nt anything lound in its
column's.    Being  tho  niouth-pioco of
Mr.     Galilei,     -one   cannot    'expect
'to     iind'   anything,   in     it    but    a
display _ of - piejudicc    ,.111(1 '   ignoi*;
iinoo.      With   this    class    of   people
icligious toloiation isneitboi practiced
nor understood.. i They have then own
little n,mow plank to  walk upon iind
anyone who  does   not   follow  in their
footsteps-is suiely going to boll.
' I think if hell*, was   visible   today it
would be  found  pictty _weil   filled up
tWith that class  who" spent tbcii da^s
in   ab'uso  ol   their  fellow jium and in
tiymg   to   cause   dissension   between
people o!  difl'crent denominations and
nationalities  ns  Mr   Cakler 'and- bis
inoiith-i'icce'iiic doing.
Is that tho conduct of one pretending to bo a follower ol" tho .'-Piince of
Peace?" Is ,Mr. Cakler preaching
lcligion when be -abuses other denominations?' 1 think not, and the intelligent poition of his .congregation
think the same, as piovcd by the lact
of their leaving the oniuoh'    ,
lint at last we have a i.ty of hope.
Mis. I'ottipiece has .ofVcicd to take us
undei hoi pioteeting wing. .Now .it
last wc aie safe." It is stningo that wo
weie kept so lontj viitliout tho guiding
blind ol Mi.s I'ottipiece, tint it only
pi ores that tho ways of Pi evidence aio
mystoi ions She does not say who
will do' lierYhouseivoik,.while she is
kcipmg an eye on us but I suppose it
willbc lolt to the l.oid oi her''old
"man"- -No .matter, the 'Catholic
chinch is at an eiid and Pottipiboites
tako then  place.
-   '      ON'U  or .'iui: THAXKI UL.
monopoly than any otlier editor in
British Columbia, and bas even discarded the pen and taken pokers,
rulers, etc. to clinch his arguments.
��� In his old ago wc Iind this consistent
apostle of righteousness nspii ing ns a
candidate,under the auspices of tbe
McBride government
Richard MclJride, piemiorof British
Columbia, was minister of mines in
baieboncs government when tbe deal
rwas arranged > to band ovei' blocks
45D3 and 45.H containing ,000,000
acres of valuable coal i lands in Hast
Kootenay district to John Houston's
old enemy, tho C. P. R. John Houston
has accepted Riclnml McBiidc as his
loader. Ye, Gods! How'have the
mighty fallen? <
In reference, to McUride's meeting
at ReveNtokc',' iefcncd,to by John
Houston,! may say ' the, public weie
invited, ii respective of sox, to' meet
tlie native born picmier of B. C. L.uge
numbers tinned out expecting' the
honoiablo picmier would 'have shown
the usual gallantly of his four predecessors in ofhco who held ...oolings
in Revelstoke in tbe last do/.en yeais,
nnd would have given the , public a
chance to discuss the questions affecting the piovincc. This he had not
thecomtesy to do, piefcrring'to bold
a oiic-sidod meeting and ohoko oil'
discussion. ,      '
When the honorable picmier made
the nsscition that Tom ��� Taylor was n
most painstaking member I objected,
aiid said the lirst act, of the Moljiidc
government was to give Xc-lso'n a ���! 10,-
000 court liotioc while the whole oV
Revelstoke riding only, 'ieoeivid~!iu4~
000. I'si.i-.plvyslated facts. Is John
Houston afraid of facts or w'bat is he
whining about?
It strikes ine Houston-fears the government is wing to; defeat, and-wants
to wlup,.L M. K'ollio and thousands of
.others into tbo libci.il -i.inks, liopinir
in this way to stanipedo the conservatives to snppoit thu Mcllride government.' In in\ opinion the people of
Uiitish Columbia aio not Mich fools ns
to be 'whipped ''into . pin ty linos to
please John Houston or any other,
political schemer 'Rich.iid Mclirido
has got to face the 'music and ho will
bo judged on hi.s locord,while holding
tbe position of 'minister' of mines.-
Riohaid McMi-idc, while niumlci of
mines, did moie-to paralyse tho mining industiy than- any  piodeces-oi'in
[Adoptcil al RuvulslfiKi', Scplc.uhor l.'ilh, 10021
1. That this commit ion rn illinns lhe policy
nf tlio parly in matter- of pun incial roads and
Ir.ill-,; tlio ownership and control of railways
and the development ol tlm agricultural ro-otir-
cc-. of the proMiico as I ml down in !,ho platform
adopted iu October, IS' . winch is lis follows:
"To activol) aid in tlm , ,,n .tructioii or trail-,
throughout Iho unduwi,, |,e I portions of tho
province and the* Inuldiii,.' ,,t' tho pronvnicial
Iriuik'roads of public uece.wily. o '
, "To adopt llie pi inciplcs of gov-nrimioiil ownership of railw.ijts in so fin a- lhe circumstances
of tho pro-,inco will admit, and (Iin adoption
of ihe principle thai no bounssliould hogiaiilod
to iniv ruilw.ij company which doe* not give
the goveriimeiil of tlio province control or ralo-
over lines bnini-od, togotlior wilh tlio tlio option
of purchase ,   ',
"To iK-liiulv assist b> siale aid in the
dovciopmeiii vi the agricultural resources of
the province.    ' ,
2. Thai in the meantime and mil it tho railway
policy .ibovi) sol furl li can bo nccoinplislioil
a gcnei.il railway act bo passed, giving freedom
lo roust met rnilvvajs undoi coil'iiu approvoil
lugiilaiious, analogous to Iho <.v-toni thai has
lesiilted iu such extonsivt) railway const ruction
ni the United Status, uith ho much advantage
to trade and   commerce. I
il. Thatlooiicouriigolho milling industry, Ilia
t,ix.11 ion of metalliferous mums should ibe on
lhe basis of a   porcuutugo   ou lhe  net   profits
I.- Thai Iho government ownoislnp of ,tolo-
phouu sjslem .houid be,bi(iught about ns a first
slop in llie acquisition of public uliltios.
.1. Tluita poilion of evmv coiil mon lieieafter
to he dispo-od of should be loserved from sale
or lease, so thai state owned mines ni.iv be
easily accessible, if their operation becomes
necessary oi advisable. , ,'
, II. , That in iho, pulp land leases pi'ovision
should 1)0,111,1(1,, foi iclorosting and 11ml slops
should be latun for the genoial pruscrv.itiiiii
of forests b> guaidiiig against tlio,-wasleful
destruction of Umbel. ' *-
1 That llin lugislnluio and 'goveimnnnl
of llie piovincu should pcrsoveie in tlm ellorts
(o secure the oxclusiou oT Asiatic; labor.-
S That lhe ui.il'lor (if better (onus iu Iho w.ij
ol siibsirly and appropiiations for the piowuco
should bo \ igorouslj pic���cd upon tliu ,Oom-
iiiion goveimiiuut ;   "i, ,   ' '
.,11. Tliat* tlio siIiqi-IcikI indiisliius of Ihu
pruiiheo bo fnsteied and unciiur.igrd !)> Uie
unposilioii of-- increased cusliiuis dutio- ou
lead and lend pinducl* uuporlixl into Cuuduii,
and lhat Iho (.'onseivalivii member- of Ihu
Dominion 'House be urged (o support any
motion introducuil for such n puipo-o. ,    ,
10' Thai as iiiduslii.il disputes almost invariably roMill in gio.il lo*s and injury not!,
to lhe p.utiu- directy coiiceruud uud to 11,-)
public, legislation shuuld bis pas*i)d to provide
means lor an amicable ndjiislnicnl of such
di-putus between cinplo.vois and omplov.-os
' 11 *��� Thai il is ,i(lii.-.iblu li) fo-lei ihu iiiajiufjic-
tmeol I he .raw pioducls ol Ihu piiivuicu vmIIiui
the province lis Iiii as practicable bv n,u ills
of luxation ou I he ��.,iid law product-,, su,yet
lo rub,itu ol the same ni wbolo or jiail when
m.iuulactuicd iu liriiish Columbia.
, Slater Shoe Advertising
Art in Shoe Making
Short talks' hy the Slater Shoe ad man,   No. 7.
imi etc,
J. M. Is uli.il:
Houston and McBride.
L.I i tor Koori.M) M.vrr.: c
"Tho hostility of  adherents  of  tho
liberal party, men ivho  aspiic to seats
in   the   legislative  assembly,   is   most
pionounceil.     At   Revelstoke,   J.   ^1.
ICollie,  a  prominent  liberal,  and  an
���aspirant  as a   liberal   for  ollice, at   a
public meeting denounced the government for appropriating  money foi tbe
new court house at Nelson     Were the
liberals to gain   control  of  tbe legislature .at  the   coming   elections   the
money appropriated  for the r ew court
bou-e at Nelson would remain unspent
it any number of men like J. M. Kellie
are   successful   at   tbe   poll.-.    Ap.nl
from the actual iicceisity of the building, the construction  ot  a  new com t
hoii*e means, more  to  laboring   men
aii"d mechanics than to any other cla.--*
in   Nelapn.    A   consenutire   secured
the appropriation.   Is it wise to allow
bbei.tl*   like  Kell.e of   Revelstoke to
pieventvthc money appropriated being
spent''    Laboring men and mechanics
think for vouisolves, and   do not allow-
a   few   paid      boosters   in   candidate
Tnyloi's committee room   to influence
you."'���Nelson Tribune, Aug. 1st, 1908.
The above claptrap appealed m tbo
Nelson     Tiibune,    edited     by    John
Houston, late   member  in   bareboncs
parliament   (last   legislature) and i.s a
sample uf  the inguments advanced to
swing   the   elections   on    paity   lines
throughout the prov ince.   John Houston's pirh.imcnt.iry  c.ucer has been a
miseiable   t.ulurc. and    the   old   man
baving'lost Iin grip   on   the electorate-
is resorting   tn   peculiar   methods   to
land a few blind   -iickei--  into hi.- side
of the ballot bo\.    When   John H.iiis-
ton sat in   tiie   house   the   ta-c on the
output ��f miiK- was  doublid, and was
the ineaii-  of  giving   tiie   mining industry a "t.iggeiing lilnw.    The fee for
ciown giants wa-i   i.u-ed I.'O pc-i ("lit,
and other   tave"    were   levied   on the
mining   industry,  und   the   Koot'-nay
Kow w is  milked   In   the   lust drop by
the polilieal    state*ni.Mi    who   s.it   m
b ueliones' [i.irliament, nccutly bold at
James H ij
Idlin lloii-lfiiis   caic-i in l\"not"ii.iy i
has b< en itscha liveable as t Ik piuverlual I
wi atboicock     Houston   fur   veaisivasj
ii Ijittei opponent  ol   the fl. J'  It and (
all other corporations in which he was;
not   a   stockholder.      This   fuiocious
monopoly   lighter's  finutic  appeal   io i
the  workinginon   .md   mechanics   of j
NcNon to vote   fnr   him   foi fear J. M  j
Kellie might be ii candidate is a heartrending  exhibition   of   political   collapse.
When John Houston edited Donald
Truth he whaled the C. P. R. until old
Van 'Ionic quaked in his shoes and
tho C. I'. It. magnate bud to se-ctiic
the services of u .st.ilwai tcoloied porter
as a body giiind while passing tlnough
the hot old town John Houston bus
wnLleii   moie   against   tbo   C. 1'. IL
Particulars of the1 Project��� To "be
^CompletedWithin Seven ��� Years.
In his statement concerning r the
Grand Tiunk -Pacific -oontiact Sir
Wiluiil ��� Biiiuer said the company
vvcio lcquiied 'to'-loposit' .1)0,000,000,
with the JJominion, tie.i&uiyi -ns n
guaiantcc ol" fulfilmentvof the oontiact to complete their ioad to the
Pacific coast uitliui-seven jc.ns, and
is to be commenced and 'piosecuted
simultaneously at scvei.il points '
�� Sn Wilb-id(denicd_lho Jntercoloiii.il
.would be paiallelcd bv^ tho new ionto.
He said , the now ' lailway would be
anothci linkiiii the union' .which
hound confedoi.itio'i together. It
would open new tenltoiy,. foicc Canadian trade into Canadian channels,
and fiee us foi ever from the bondage
o: the bonding privileges
"I am well aware,'' be said, ''Lh.it
it may Lighten the irresolute and the
timid, but, Sir, I claim that everyone who has nn his bosom a 'stout
Caniuli.tn heait. will welcome it as a
scheme worthy of his young nation,
for whom a,heavy task has no te.nois:
tbis young nation, which h.ia tho
strength to face gnive duties and giave
responsibilities"    *���
Replying, Boiden said this pioposi-
tion put back uovci nmeiit owneiship
fer i)0 \ears. The Intercolonial vvas
rendcicd valueless, and millions weie
thrown away in tho extension to"
Monti c.il.
In his speech Su Wilfrid explained-
the road will extend fiom Monctnn
to the Pacific Ucc.tn. and will bo 8,300-
miles long. The cost of consliuction,
and equipment is estimated at; aliout
The government will guai.intec 7o
]>er cent, oi consti action, to $1:1,000
per mile for the pi.nrie section, and
$30,000 per mile for the mountain
division between Ldmonton and the
Pacific Coast. The principal and
inteiest bonds are guaranteed foi
���">0 v*Piir.s.
Jn regard to the mountain division
the Goinp.inj will nnt bo called on to
pay anv thing for the fiist -oven years,
but the succeeding three yen.- it will
have to pay the net receipts over working expenses,'and any deficit will he
added to tho en4-!, while foi thcrein.iin-
ing '10 ve.its the company will pay
3 per ei-nt  per annum.
HctMU'ii Winnipc: .md the Pacific
the jlrovi'i iinicnt will take a first mortgage on the line and Killing stock as
sec in it v
Ai ,i mooting orthcovditiwVit lhe Piov uioiil!
Oniisoualivi' Association, held nt .Viinconvoi,
the pun nice wa* divided mlo Ine'divisions
fin oig.ini/alion |iiii|ki-us -Tlie, Kooten.iv-
lloiui(lai) division is made up of,the following
pinvinciiil election disdicl*:, Itovclstoke,
Coliinilii i. fci ii" f'r.iiiliiiiolf- iiiin, KuKo
Sloc.i.i, Clia , . I'\.i .*, OlieeawDod, "(ho.city oT
Ilossl.uid and the I hi vol Xulsoif - Al Iho same
ineeling llie lollownig lu-olulious w-eie .idopted .
1 That contentious fur iioiiiiiinling c.iiulid-
ulcs for moiuhiis "I lhe legi-l.ilive asscmlilj
bu made , up ol <di.|uu.ui s Uio-uii as billows
- (,i) Incilv |.|i-( liiial (list i lets, one deli gale
loi eveiv IdO and li.ielion oi lillt votes pulled
at Iho piiiviucial elect ion hold in I'KK), uud if (lie
i ih is divided into waul-, the piiipoihuu ol
delegates loi eich w.nd -hall 1)0 based on the
vole polled in each wind at the last iiiiiiiucip.il
elecliiin '
, (b) Inollierelefltoi.il di-l i iel-, one delegate
foi eveiv hfiv oi rraclionof hllv votes polled
��� il Ihe iiioviuci.il election hold in I'JiXI, the delegatus In bo appoilioncd lo polling plut-cs, oi a-'
ne.ii theiolo a* will bu Ian lo I ho voteis of Iho
(lilluieiit neigliboihoods. '       ,    ,.    -
2. The election'held of deleg.ile- shall be al
public meeting-, held al a dc-ignalud cenli.i
place in each polling dm-ion, oi in each vv.ml
in ciiv electoial dislncl*, il lliocilv isdividcd
i������(o wauls At such public meetings, only
those1 who pledge themselves lo volo lor tho
candidulc oi c.imlid.lies suleclcd al lhe iinm-
in iting convention shall be untitled lo a vote
foi delegatus , '
.1 Two vveel.-s notice shall bu git-oii or the
public meetings ,u which deleg.ids aie tn lie
elected, notnin.ilingcoiivenl ions shall be held in
citv electoral districts two d.ijs afiei Ihu day
on winch delegates are (elected, and in otlier
electoi.il districts seven dava after. All nominations thioughoul the province'' lo be 'made
ai a designated central place in each eloctoi.il
district, and on thos.ime day. .
I All notices of.ihe dateof public meetings
foi lhe election of delegate- io nominaliiig
conventions, the uppoilioninent of delegates,
and the place and dale oi nominating conven-
lioa* in seveial elecloial districts shall be pie-
l> 11ed r��> (ho meinboi or lhe executive ol the
division in which the electoral di-tricts aie situate, and i-sticil over the nanicsof the piesidenl
and secretary ot tlie Provincial Cousei v.itiyo
V-suci.iliou. 1 *���      e c
Mere wear in' a shoe is comparatively
easy���plowman's'hobnailed brogans to wit.'
Foot comfort, as exemplified in your
easygoing house'-'slippers, does not imply
cither beauty^ shaperetention or street-wear -
durability. -   '      T     -~    '    '
Yet wear in a brogan andr comfort in -
a slipper are secured by a modicum of shoe
making skill.' ���.   '       y   '"    ���  .,      ���    .
But to produce a shoe of wear, of
comfort, of beauty, and-'then to'challenge
public criticism under'the'limelight'rays of,
advertising'requires art| shoe making art��� .
not the art which hides by cleverly concealing defects but'thc art which assembles in
the shoe all the 'elements'of wear, of'foot
comfort,1 of shape retention and shoe beauty.
Such shos art the ".Slater Shoe,"
makers farc compelled, ,by advertising, to
impart to the "Slater'Shoe." ���"    -',  ��� , ���
, That's why th'cman or woman who,'
buys and wears a " Slalcr Shoe'^s^assured
cf all he or she has right to expect in a high-,
grade'shoe,bearing upon it the stamp|of the
"' maker's responsibility as does      ' '<   '
Made in Canada 40 years.   Goodycar{Welted
-i     For men $4.00 and'$5.50.
' Forwon-e- ���"" -y ' "'"'- ~r>   ''  '���
G. B. HUME,f'& CO., Limited,
Jtl'lVIiLSTOKIO.'Ul O.      '     "
.   -,
. i
A meeting of Iho pioviuci.il execulive will  bo
held at Vancouver vvilhni a nioulli, and thedato
for holding district noniuiating conventions will
then bo iixod JOHN HOUSTON,     .
Prc=idontot tho Provincial
. Conservative Association.
Nol-on. JunoSlh, 100,1 ,
Spring and Summer Suitings.
, , ,    ,      ,
We have cm hand a complete stock ot Woolens and T.iiloi's .Tiim-
'uiiiiKs und,wil I make up .Suits in lu-.st class style lo Miit piuchasi r.��-
Ciive-'iis .i trial and vve will .'issi*,t you In complete ;your dress in .-in
artistic andriip-Lo-(l,'iti' manner.  - '       ' '      ' > ���.
.    . ,    Tailor.;
CKA'dUA'��� Olf-NliWVOItlv'S OUTT1NO SCHOOL-'  , ' '-:   ,
M...A; Wilson,
- .'���i
best Del la i' n liny
in tbe tovvii.
DAVIS ORH, I'l-oprieloi;.
Hous'C , Best
Jir.inds of Wine!
nnd Cig.ns.
Kootenay -EiOdg-e
No. 15 A.F.& A.M.
Tliciegiiliu mcelingo
are held in the Masonic Temple. Iloiune
=.1Iall, on tlio thud
VI on day in each
month at S p. in.
Visiting b re tin* en
cordially welcomed.
It. OOItDOM   Si.cui-.i-Aiiv.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
I'or Co i^h-s, Oild<, Croup and  WJioop-
i.ijj Cough    fnce- 25 cent';; large size 50c.
Chamberlain's   Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
I'or lio-.el Complaints.    Price 35 cents.
Meets ovi'iy Tuesday
evening     111    Sol 1.11k
Hall     at    s    o'lloek.
,) Visiting bi-clluen cor-
'dl.illy   invited   lo  attend.
.1. OUTIir.TT, N. G. J. MATI1IK. SIX'.
'    , LIMITED.
We lui'iiish 1 ('ports on all kinds of metal Ml ei ofis'ii lines and   pi ospeet.s
Lowest quotations on listed and unlisted iniiiin^ stoek-i. , .
Calumet & British Columbia Gold Mines ltd
DULUTH, Miiui.
CHICAGO, 111.;
NELSON, 13. C,
We believe w-r know om- business.
Our husiiu"=�� is to help yon do youi
luisinci-s. We Mipply up-to-date liusi-
nei.s means and methods.���inoney-
saviiig deviecs and how to use them.
Coronation Hotel, Ca��s;
, . - 1'iopnelo
First Class Accommodation  for   Travellers.
���1 ii.vnWKi.i. i.onsii-i.iiAi'' i.i:i)(ii:ii.
Lrmsc Leaf Fib**, and Led^i'is wilh
filuiKs, ><|j(.(.;,i||y ruled, printed, peil'01-
iili'd and piiiiehi'd In suit any siyh; of
Chamberlain'3 Pain Balm.
An antyeptu. hmtne-nt eipe-eially valna-
Ijlefor Culi, Jtriii'es, Sprainsaiid Rlienm.i-
tistn.    I'nre 2"; cmU; ! ir,;c .si/e 50 tenia.
Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tahlcla.
For   Disorders  of the Slnn.aili,   Liver
rtiiI JiowcK     Price 25 tents
Every one oi these preparations
is guaranteed and ilnot fully satisfactory to the purchaser lhe
(none v will he refunded.
TKV (! H'i:i,l, 'I llANS|.'i:il   I'lf.i;.
Kootenay Mail Publishing Co. Limited,
RKVI'lLSTOKK,    li. C.
I have stinted a permanent Wood
Y.ik! un Thud stn-el. With mv past
evpeiience I hope lo he in 11 position
to satisfy nil 1 erpuieinents of euslom-
eis. Mill and mirlwnnd supplied in
iniv lengths nl, red need prices for cash.
Wholesale and Retail
.   .   .   Meat Merchants.
Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:
<^^ssai^Calgary, Alberta
nfnr.WMMBr i-.-w��*vffir.^aq-^
~~aai*s.lir*uuz *u -*-j j<
-TI 110-
Pitman's Business Courses
are known, all over the
Full course from
Ten  Dollars.
Over Kootenay Mail Office
H. B.
Opposite Centinl Hotel, ItevtMoke.
Lathe and   Genet,i| Machine Work
Piomplly   .Executed.
Pitman's Business College.
Opposite Holel Vaneouvei
Bricklayer and Stonemason
I'  O. Ho\ Jill.
niiVKLSTOKK, 13. f.
All lines ot Aliuson vvoil; undei t.ikon.
JEstimates given tor buildings, clu ', ���������'/." ���������'' Y-^ti,  , a'1       '   *    '.'-'���������'o'vlstf  /!     1   i - . it *!  VTL, i'  yt **   ' T, ... I  THE KOOTENAY'MAIL  THE *BIG &BJVD.   '- ;   Progress  in  Lumbering,   Placer and  Lode  Mining, and Tianchirxg.    ,,  A trip into tbe Jlifj Bend is now  a pleasuio us compaicd with two  years ii^o, Thanks to llie enterprise of  the Revelstoke Navigation  . t  livers in tbe province lo navigate,  with its heavy rapids, and a channel filled in places with big boulders  and rocks. This river is, however,  the only convenient outlet for a  largo section of country, rich in its  wealth of forest, agricultural and  grazing lands and minerals.   There  V.   MTAIITV,.   PIIi:<!Il)r..\T   HlJVIH.sTOKi:  NAVIGATION'   (O.MI'A.W.  . - ,y,      j "      ���������-  -Company' the,'. Colunibiii river is  noiv. equipped/,with a. fine stern  wheel   steamer,     the , Revelstoke,  /which seems' well udaptecl  for the  " woik for, which she wns intended,  but to'mnko ,her services available  to the utmost.extent il is necessary  /several parts'of thc'ohannol should  be inipioveiLby the dominion gov-  'crnmcnL a   ti.iniwav   constructed'  and as the bow of the steamer was  caught in the powerful current and  was swinging rapidly towards the  rock it seemed lo-those on board  that nothing could save her from  being dashed on (lhe rocks, ana  some of the'p.T-sengcrs were discussing in their own'minds the, best  means of saving themselves, when  suddenly Capt. 'Forolnnd ' brought  his ship'around out-of dangoi in  the angry waters, and after swinging down the river, a little out of  the heaviest of 'the current she  started to again 'ascend the rapid  as if nothing  had  happened.   Tbe  Very Remarkable  Cure   of Diarrhoea.  "About, six yenrs ago lor Ihe ^h-st  time in my life I hitd a Midden und  severe nt Luck of diun hoea,'' says Mis.  Alice Miller, of Morgan, Texas. "I  got temporary relief, hut it ciiue1 bin .  iiKniu und again, and for six loiiKye.u^  I hiive suirei-i'd moie misery .md agony  thun J enn tell. Jt was vvoi.se Limn  denth. My husband spent hundreds  of dollars lor physicians.1 picei-iption's  and treatment; without avail. Finally  we moved to Bobque comity, inn- present home, nnd one day I happened to  see nn advertisement, of Ohnuibeiluin.s  Colic, Cholera ant' Diiin-lioeii" Remedy  wilh a testimonial ol n limn who had  been cured hy it.. The case vvas so  similar to my own that I concluded  to try the remedy. The yi-Milt was  wonderful. I could hiudly icah/.c  thntl was well again, or helievt* itcould  lie so after having sulTered so long,  hut that one'tiotlle of medicine, costing htil n few cents, cured nil*.". For  siili* liy all diuggists. ,    '  GRAZING REGULATIONS  For Manitoba, the   Northwest .'.Territories and the Railway Belt in  British Columbia. ,     '  Fine Upholstered Furniture.  nowwn:,   Diitm-oit , iii:vi:l.-toici:  NAVK1ATI0.N   COMPANY. "  m'uahti:u,   kiciiki'aiiy   iii:vi;l-  stoici;  *l  NA V KIATI0N  COMPANY,  ,STE RN-WHE13L pTEAM ER  R EVE LSTOKE.   -.-,    -. y,i            ���������  past Death and Priest l.ipiiK, nnd  ii steamer put'on (he portion of Jibe  n\ei" between these rapids -'an'd  Canoe rivei., /   -, ^"'   ' ,  Tbe steamer i.s splendidly fitted  ���������up'for the accommodation" of the"  tMvc'llingjHiblic.- The state-rooms  * aiifv,el 1*1 inn is bed. have cpnifoi table  bed-, with' tlio beet of linen, and  tbe cuisine' ii ^excellent. The  steamer   was' designed   by  Capt.  js no navigable waler in Canada on  which the dominion government is  better justified in incurring the  necessary expenditure 'for river improvement than in the case of the  Columb'i.i'above Revelstoke, affording as it does j an,- outlet for 200  miles of country beUveorfthe Canadian Pacific-railway and I he'Yellow bead Pass, wbcie exist the most  caim-. Tuorp. i>i:sk.m:ii or sti:\mi:u  m:vi:i>roici;.  Troup, superintendent of C. P. R.  navigation, and is filled .vvith  powcifnl boiler and cim.ne? made  by the Poison Ironwoiks, of Toronto. She vviis-built at the C P. R.  dock yards at Nakusp. under super-  IvILI'ATHICIC, DIltLL'IOk hi,vi:i,si'oki:  NAVrr.A'l ION COMPANY.  promising mica deposits to be found  the world over.   *���������  ilt is essential that'the captain of  a steamer on tho Upper Columbia  ���������river should be a man of cool bead  and steady nerve, and   Capt. Fors-  ���������r   .i. i:i,i.(,i:i!, i5Uii,i)i:ii  or .si'i:ami:u  ui;vu.s'ioki:.  iiilendciici* nf T. J. JJulgei, lhe C.  R. t-bip-buiklei.  The steamer i������ in clniige 'if Capt.  Foislund, one of the tno1-! able and  oxpericncid iiiivigntois on the Columbia nvci and Anow lakes, and  he is ably assisted by Capt. Machei,  lormci Iy of Slocan lake, who fulfills  the duties of (itsl, ollicoi and purser.  C. Colbeck, .mother lirsl-ejass  ollicer, is in charge of lhe engine-  room.  The Columbia river above llevcl-  bloke is one  of   the   most  dillicult  captain's masterly handliim of the  steamer was the 'object of admiration on the part of'the passengers,  and many, 'were _ the enconiums  passed on the wonderful coolness  displayed by,Capt. Forslund in the  emergency. Travellers'betwecn the  Bend and Revelstoke, speak in tbe  highest terms' of'the courtesy and  attention they receive from the officers and crew. -V-  "- The promoters of the Navigation  Company deserve great credit foi  their enterprise iii providing-ithe  district' with ; such .an- excel lent  means of transportation for *'the  upper liver.' K   t     ������������������ y^  ,  . _ LU.MIILItlNr.,' t "     '  is at present, the great, industry on  the Upper Columbia'river anduvill  certainly iissumo ten limes' its  picscnt magnitude eie long. From  Carnes creek'to Canoe river there is  an immense growth of timber along  the Columbia river 'and its tributaries." This timber consists mainly  of cedar, but there are also considerable quantities of ,Jir, spmce "and  ,pinc, though much of the fir has  been, destroyed ' within the past few  years 'by some , fungoid ' disease.  Monti oa I investois are reported to  have justt puichascd several limits  at Bigmouth creek; American investors have been, dealing ,forvJ.  McMahon's limits above Death  lapids,-" and- negotiations are ' proceeding for the sale of itbe 30,000  acres of'the G. B. Wright* grant  between Coldstream and Bigmouth  for $750,000,or at the rate of $25 an  acre, includinc the freehold title to  the land, much of which, when  ,cleaiedpf timber, vviil become valuable for agricultural and pastoral  'purposes, -as these blocks include  some of the most, fertile lands in  the province. 'c  The principal' lumbering camps  in the Bend are those operated by  the Revelstoke Lumber Company  at Five Mile, above Carnes creek,  and on tbe right bank of the river  below Rocky Point. H. Donnelly  is in charge, of both camps and has  close on 2^000,000 ft. of logs at the  nver at Five-Mile. Tbe new camp  being put in by the company opposite Rocky Point is located in a  fine aie.i' of timber and .will ac-  commodate.50 men.  TOtJHIsl   AT I'll ACTION'S.  The Columbia river above Revelstoke should ere long become one of  the most favorite tourist resorts in  the province. The Steamer Revelstoke affords a means of reaching  an aiea of mountain and' glacier  hitherto unexplored, and the equal  of which cannot be found in British  Columbia. Within easy reach of  Revelstoke begins the .great glacial  field that' appears to extend from  the Jordan pass to. Canoe nver,  ititeriupled only by tbe Seymour  pass. This ice-field is most conveniently icached from a point opposite Five-Mile, Ho miles above  Revelstoke. To the mountaineer  and scenic photographer we know  of nothing its equal.  (To be conliniud.)  HENRY'S NURSERIES  '     3(X)l)'We-,tminstet  Road:  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, 'Roses,  Holland, French   "DTTT TQQS  and* Japan   ���������   -P U J-IXJO  \ * PPIT*'������^*"   'TTI'PIMinil��������� ������������������  FOH FALL PLANTING.  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  ALWAYS IN STOCK.'-  "r^--  I.cases for ffiu/.lng pin posOK ai u is������ued for n  tfi in oi" luonly-one ycaiK. and lhe icutal is lit  lhe rate of two couth mi aciu pur annum, puj-  able half vuiirlv in advance.  Lands included in a gra/.ing lease may be  withdrawn for homestead onti-v, sale or railway purposes, bul no lontal is charged on Mich  lauds fiom tho dnto upon which they aio with-  (liau-n fiom (lie lease.  A lessee of gia/lng lands Ih not entitled to the  hnv thereon, but he may, upon application to  llie agent of Dominion Lands, obtain eaeli year  lhe llihl permit to cut ou his leasehold what-  ovei quantity of hay ho inay lequiie for his  own use. fi cu of dues, thcdopiulinenticsei ving  the light lo issue puimlls lo olliui applicants,  Applications for gi,i/ing leases should be  made to iho heciotiuj, Depintinenl ot, tlio Iu  lonor, Ottawa "  ( P. G. KJ5YES,  Sccicliny, Depailmentof the Intel lor.  8,8.  ,"Archer"  STABLE  or S. S.   "Lnrdr.au.'  CUT FLOWERS Tw������$^t  Weddings  ,Bee 'Hives and Supplies,  '   FERTILIZERS1.', ' ,<  -���������  Catalogue fiee.'        > r "r  , m, j. Henry;_  Vancouver, l'i.  WRAPPING^..PAPER  PAPER" BAGS.  AND\  llinming, between <.Arrowhead. Thomson ������������������  Landing and Comapll-c, commencing Oct. lllh,  mill, will -ml us follows (weather pcimilting):  Li-iivo Atiowhoiul for Tlioinson'H landing  and Coma pi k twice daily at 10k. and Ul;.  Leave Com-ipll\- and I'hom-iuii'H Landing (oi  Ai'inwliend twice dally at 7.15k. und 111, Ink.  y."Making close connections  wilh   nllCP.lt,  trains and boal.s.  'I'ltc owneis toKui ve Iho ilghl lo cliiin o Itmoi-  of sailings, without not Ico. ,   ,  _T1IIC_I.M������.KIJ ItOMNSON IA1M11ICU CO. 1VTI).  -"���������<���������^-- .,ic. HOIIINSON.    .,  < Managing Diiector,  , We  have  an exceptional  stylish'rancfc of-Parlor Furni-'  tun:-���������all of  which   i.s   upholstered 'by ourselves. '       '  You can choose your own-  J t  cover when desired.  Samples mailed.        ,  We   have   made''''Home  Furnishing' a life study.     <   - ;  Weiler Bros. FCSS Victoria, B. C.  EIxEGTRIGAIx^'^wKi/T-f/i  ( ' ", .- Complete Installations Our Specialty  , Finest'Class of Machinery .   .  ,.   ;    -'     "^  '    Ti   ,   ,      ,   J, -   , ',     ' '       '  The Hinton Electric Co. Limited  VICTORIA and VANCOUVER.,  '    '  '',  r l -  <l  Tlie Bevelsfcokc Navigation Co.,Ltd  , ' TIME TABLE  ?      i i.  .(Dm ing season of high'- water.)  The Kootenay Mail lia-5 been  appointed ii^'ent loi one of  the I.ngcst Canadian Papei  Mills     ��������� 's    .  - W'nippini;   panels in   rolls or  flat,   nnd   paper  bags   of  all '  yveights and siV.es, supplied to  ,oidei  printed or'unpi iiitcd    '���������  Kootenay Mail,, Revelstoke.  Ha Icj/o h' Ho t, Sp rings  ^fanitarixi m.  rnlJE MEDICAL WATERS of ILil-  JL eyofi aie the most ( uialiyi; in the  wnilfl.    A iiei'fecl, n.ilniiil iVuiedy..lilr  all Nei vous^aiul Miim-u1,ii- 'diseases',  Liver. Kidney and Stomach .libnenls  and  Met.tllie  Poisoning.   A sine cure  for   "Th.it,  Tired jFeeling."     Sp il  rales on alt hoals* and' tr.ims. Two  mails '.ui'ive and depnit every (lav  Telegraph c-ouiinunic.it ion with all  parts ot th'1 vvoild.* An v expel ienced  in,i������s.ingi*i-.      - ������  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arroiv L.aKc.'B, C.  f, '��������� Leave Eight .Mile Landing each A'  TUESDAY���������AND ^FRIDAY ntO ii. in  Leave r>,t Peiile each  TUESDAY ANJD  FJ^IDAYat2 p, in  "SPECIAL TRIPS will he mack* he-  twi'cii'd.iti'a of K'gulai- hailing ,vvhen-  evei liusiiiesb (iIFeied wai'innts siuie."  The Ciinip.iuy reset ve the right/to  change linn; and days of sailing without notice.   '-' ,      '     '  'i '  E. B. EDDY'S  A  EORSLAND, ,  * ,   ' ���������' , M.i*t er'.  C..V  IJACIJER,  I-'iu-.-ei,  i:. kim-aii), iiiuiTioii ituvr.i.sroKi:  NAVK.ATIO.N   COMPANY.  hind fuKills these conditions, his  passengers h.iviiu,' lhe fullest confidence in him. On the trip up the  nver made by the writer, the  steamer ivns bein������ lined up Xine-  Milc lillle. The line caught on a  sbaipi'ock niul cut in two as the  steamer was cxurtiii������; tbe gioatcst  strain at, tbe steam capstan." There  is :i bad rni-k ninmng out fumi the  right bank al the head of  the rillle  NEW PATENTS.  Rowland lliittnin. Patent Attorney,  of Vancouver, scnd.i the following  nbstiaet fiom the 011ici.il C.i/etle  of the I'iiited Stales Patent Ollice foi  the week ending .Inly 21st. Dining  thi.s week oSI Patents weie Lsued,  50!) being fit wens, of United States,  Au-sti i.i-IIiing.iry I, Canada, !), Dcn-  nuuk 1, liic.it Kntiiin 2(1, J-'ianee 4,  Gerniiiny 21, New South Wales J,  Russia 1, Sweden I, and Switzerland  L  The following allowances of Talent  Applications in the U. S. Ollice weie  iceeived dm mg the past week Samuel ILiii;h, Vancouver, on a Clas Cut-  otl' device; G. Cnss.idy, Vancouver, Can  Seaniinc Machine; .T. JCcllington,  Wcstniinster, Fish Cleaning nuiebiue;  \Y. .1. Cuinmings ct al, Vancouver,  uiecking devices  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W: B. Paget, Prop.  Pnniipt delivery of p.ncels, baggage,  etc , tn any p.n t uf l h(*,Cn v  Any Kind of Transferring  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS'  v '    Royal Kail Lines.        ' '  Cheapest Routo to the Old Country.  i ALLAN' I.IN'K-Kiom Jlmilieiil.  I.iivan.iu       ' '        '   . July IS  Ionian ... '   July -J",  Tunisian > Aug 1  -,     DOMINION LINK-Fiont Montteal. -    ���������,  Cut.ul.i f    '    i '. .        . Julv IS  Kensington     .''. .' " .     ..lulj '-'.i  Dominion r . .     '.Aug 1  ,   DOMINION IjIVH-Ii'ioiii llosloii. '  Jtaj (lower ��������� .       .July Hi  Columbia. ."    . '    ' . Jnly'E)  Comnionvvu.ilUi . .* July HO  CAN. PAcib'IU ll'Y LIN'K^I'-iom ilontrcal.  LaUelCne     . -.- .     . Julv 211  Lake Mnnilohi .-.     '. -       Julv .1(1  Lake (Jliamphiiii              '.   .. ..'i���������',l.'>  . AJIKUICAN LINK-i'romNow^York. '  Philadelphia.   .        ,        "   ' ���������      .Julv I.i  Si   Paul.. .-      '     " ..    Julv '21  fc>t. Louis     _ .... .Iiiljii!)  ,   Will t'K S'I'AIt LlNK-yionrXuvv \ork.,  Ccdiie .     '*   '. .".  July 17  Mnjcstio . .  ' Jul} ,'li  Celtic ~ ....        * July 'Jl  Oceanic . "    ' Julj '.'II  Passengpis Uclcelcd Uuougli to,all pints ol  Great Britain and Ireland, and at specially low  latesto nil pints of the Euiopean continent.  Apply io nearest railway or steamship agont. or  to    ,  T.   W.' JUlATtSH/lW.'  Agent.. Rovolstoko.  XV. P  F. CUMMINGS,' PaoIHc Agont."  ������  ^  !>���������   -i  "  ' , ,'  "KING  EDWARD". 1000s. ,'  iv  '���������HEADLIGHT," 3<KK  (��������� '     r' .-  "EAGLE." lOOt and 2tX)s.  ' VICTOR! A, ���������''' '    -  -LITTLE COMET."     "      J'  ���������''I-l  FOR  SALE   EVERYWHERE.  "      ,f\.  T,       ��������� *_.  ^  %  ,V.  r-,Are the best that can.be bought.-  ,  Don't experiment with other and "inferior brands.  1 -.       a��������� ,. ���������       " *  '���������,-   -USE 'EJDDDT^fs."     ' :''   ,  A&\\  ���������"^h ,1  t*".v:,  ���������<���������'��������� 'ffi  -A i i^^F  "i v.,*1,, ^H  , ,y"H> v������**  \ *      .'    'i _ J. LAUGHTON, 'PropVietor,'      ]'y'i   ',    "      ,    ".  : ���������* ; pevelstqke,;e.g:; :;>  This hotel is now open for the .Kcninmndiitimi of  ihe travelling  pulibc,'-It is the most ( onveniently situated hotel in'tlit*. fit v, Jieing'  "at the cb i nei-'bl Fiist Stieel and Connaugh't.Avenue, iu ihu heaitof  ^he hu^inesf, portion of the tily. convenient' to  uiilvvay station and  , post dilice. ,  . -" , i   '     . *v    ?i v  ' i i '���������-,.,-'-..  First Class Accommodation and Tabic '    --      ,���������     .'''  '  -_.,-, , '��������� Best Brands of Wines,,Liquors and Cigars."   ,  >-<iKK><>b-o-6-<>-o<>-d^^  c*i    ' ,iW, "i'l  ' r* -- T7- ^^2? I  t -*������  i. erf"* ���������  uptakon.  All       Mill."IS  Tub.iLC-,1 Sfni e  ������ill receive pi  left    al, R   \M.Snivllie'  nl   liy Telepiiiui'e, No  ���������nipt   it if Nli,,,i ,  Will"  v A^^%t B0"9"- IPI,,I>'  ott-  Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in _ Revelstoke of  useful And ornamental  articles:  'I I'll SCI vices  I'latc-  Ullskct- I  Cane Chans  IlatidkuUucIs  I lovvci Pols  UiuliicllaSL.iiids  Lunch Jiif-Ucts  Kmoking .lacki-ts  bill, l.ood-.  GOLD FISH      "  I'uicst stock of (audits and fiuit in town.  Front Street.  Revelslokc  BIG HORN,  BRAND  HEGI5TCRID  Union Overalls,  ^ Shirts, etc  1 '''fy'-^f-'fl  . (;.VV"���������,iir������l  "'rs'o'lHl  .REVELSTOKE, B:,:G:  ���������     ,        ^    ��������� ABRAHAMSONBBROS,    PROPRIETORS. "     */  Newly   built       Fir.������t-claFs in every respect.,,    All modern conveniences  Large Sample Rooms.    , ' r  - ^,  Rates S! 50 per Day     - Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout  Lake, under' same  'i -'���������i%?%'^-'rfl  .. C .,' v*"t I  ��������� i-.S^.''  M*,,  management.  (^ <^(^(|^ (|!|l(^($������(^(^(^(^(^(^r^(^(^(^(^  ���������v  ���������v  vvtfl   .  AVI-1   MANUI-'AOTURE  Tracirm.trks  CopinghU  PATENTS J"  ��������� olilaini-d in all (.outline  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent  Attorney  Meelianic.il     Kngincer    and     lliauglitsint'ii,  Hank  ot  It. N  A. Ilulldings. Ilnslings Klieel  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A posti'.iul will secuio an evening appoint  ment tor those who cannot call riming lhe day  A lieh stiike of gold-be.u mg r.ic  i> icponed fiom Granite Creek, Sim-  ilk liiicen, tbe lead being 12 feet wide  nnd tiaccable foi several miles.  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paid  Shnl-  Ov ei alls,  IlcllllU  I'.llll-  Tvvctil Piinls  ' i> lon.uli- I'aul--  .Iiiinpeis,  Ulouse^,  l-'nginci is' ,I,K krls.  \\ alleis' Jacket^,  Iin 1,1-1 s' .Lu ki i>-,  (iiiigh.iiu .lackd-,  MI-sidii I'l.nun I tin  del weai.  tnd  Conks'    Apiolis  Ciip-i.  C.u ncnltis' Aptons,  VV'niiei-' Apiou^,  I'.llllluls'lllld   PI.lsllI  uis' OveialN,  Mnel.iuiLW Lo.Us,  Muckiiiau P ml-,  'I'm ij.iulin*,  liimiiago Kags,  Ilni-c Ithinkcl-,  'l-i.nl s. t  Pli . cli . eli.  Ksliih'isliul ISIil     liicoi|iiii.ikil I1IH-.  TURNER, BEET0N & CO.  LIMII'DI),  WHOLESALE MERCHANTS,  Wan I ion-i s. VV'h nl 4)111.1.  Kaclni}, 1 ll.istiou hut el,  VICTORIA, n. c.  ($)  ($>  ($>  ($>  rflS?  ($������  HOTEL   LARDEAU  , COMAPLIX .  The Best Louse in Town.    -    Well Furnished    -   * Good Table <������)-/  &n  ���������  -������"  fttfl^(^(^<^r^^(^f^(^(^(^(^^(^(^^fttort^ l .  ���������y,.   ���������   ���������   ,   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   --3--Tr-5--s--3--s--5.-0--B--.-yT5. \j.'  Best Brands of ^W/NES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  W.< HAMILTON, Proprietor.   . ' - _,  ':ri\  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  '       ably Turnishedi with the choicest the market    '  'affords.'     Best   Wines,   Liquors,' & Cigars.  Rates $1 a day.     Monthly rate.  J".    ' ALBEET      STOZDsTEL      FJElCDZr'  Exporter of Furs.  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer In^������������������^rrmz^f  BEEF,    PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All oulits piompll} tilled.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, &"&*������������  Just Remodelhd and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences*  UEHN'S HOTEL  Rooms iu Suites with /nil'Its mitt   Toilets attached, flowing Hot  it ut/ Coltt Water, lusiite Toilets on each floor, Gas Lighted and  Sleaiu  Heated Throughout.  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       ���������   '    GOLDEN, B. C.  COMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG-, -       -     Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Travellers  to  Fish Creek will find excellent  accommodation  at this Hotel.  Neatly and    The Kootenay  Expeditiously  Executed at   Mail Office. yy    '-  THE KOOTKNAY MAIL.  I"        f ��������� r  J   -'   '*  ."���������    I  C. <        I  n  I *i������-')~ ,  | 1'  I'T -  ,\Ve have a large assort-  ,  ment of the ,best Am:  {-'        crican    niid.   Canadian  makes of  , - < >  Ladies jnd Gent's Fms  Card Cases'and', ' ���������'.  /Chatelaine Bags  '"��������� i   (A11   the','newest   styles  ���������'��������� on hand-ai ihe  a  CANADA ORUG   ;  M BOOK CO.���������  i ,      ��������� i  REVELSTOKE.'.   .'  ,     ��������� MARRIED.  i '  Ha'i.i.iiiay-Ciioati:���������At   l'"ield,   IL  C,  '   cJuly 20tli. Fred lliillidny  nnd Miss  Kiii'iniioChoate, hot If of that place.  "~\~        . DIED. ���������'      ',    , '  'Qui;���������At Sl.'llO'iifiice Hospital. Winnipeg.' O'u Aug. ���������'), MIO.'l, 15. Kathleen  Orr, ngcd '-21 .vein's.     r ,    ,.  Asi>rM>os'��������� At ,Kuvelst'oke, 'Sunday,  i ,J Aug. 2nd.'i lilC/.'!,' .lenny Chailolie,  ���������*'the beloved'vvil'e  of  Woi-iia Ander-  -"  -on, aged Il'.i yenrs.  'i;a.msky���������At Revelstoke, Satin day,  Aug. Sill, Kichuril Ihimaoy, iiged'Oti  i*    yens.     ' ' -        ' -"  At a sjieein 1 meeting of the license  cominissioneis on Mondny, attended  hv Me.-sis. Kinciiid and McCm'ty, and  liispector Upper, ii(licensi! vvn.sgi'iinted  Wisi-iiei- it (Sunn, for the Impoi'inl  Hotel iit Camborne.  As'a result of the meeting'last night  of the dill'ci-en't committees who have  charge of the joint Sunday school pio-  nic then' is every lenson to believe it  will be one of the gicutest successes  iichicved in Uevclstoko. '  ' T. Downs, inspector ol" truiU'for tho  noiihcrn part of tbo district, buys he  will see tbnt any new' trail work done  under his supervision is put in on n  vviigon I'lind guide. Such'a plan will  iill'oid a most dusii-abto chnnge in the  sysloni of trail building in the district.  A new agreement wns entered ' into  on Satuiday between the Canadian  Pacific Ibiilwny company and the conductors, baggagemen, bi-akomeii and  switchmen* employed in tinin and  yind service on all the company's lines  between l'oi't, William and Vancouver.  Montienl medical men aie recom-  mending consumptives . to come to  the mountains of'Ib'itish Columbia,  und lii'C in tbe open air. One of these  pa.ients who has bum camping up  the i ivor under ii .Ily, jinfortns us 'he  has doiived gieat benefit from the  nip n'lid 'method nf living suggested,  und says he feels as ii he, hud never  know n a day's sickness. - ,  Social and Personal  i i- '    '  li. JL Atkins left������fur iit. Leon today.  =15. A. I'.i-iulley left. Tuesday for I;itts  McXab is   visiting ( Vim-  LOCAL & GENERAL  '. - Band concert  at   lower  town stand  ',   this evening.  'a touiist association is being oi'g.in-  * ised at Golden.  *  ' ;    The opening   of   the  cdy school is  '.postponed till Aug. 17th.  -   Jt is proposed" to  oignniso a  Labor  - Day celebration atjlevclstoke.    .  ' '.   015 names have  been placed on the  ��������� Kevelstoke electpial roll to date.   '  ���������\V. A. Foote has stalled tbe election  of a house near J.   MeMahon's   foi 15.  1    Moscrop. , ���������.    i    ',  The shingle, mills arc to close down  from August loth- to   allow , sin plus  T stock to hc'Voikcd oil'.      '        ,  "   1\ '.V.'Mooney, ,of   Illccilliwiiet, hasi  'been appointed n commissioner to take  '   affidavits and declarations of vole.'s^  D. Ferguson has applied to purchase  - 40 acres of,land  on   the, south foi k of  '    the Lard can, a mile above Ferguson.  ', The i epoi t of bog  cboler.i_.it Kevelstoke is to be investigated by Dr. Jlop-  '   kins, Dominion voteriniuy, who ai lived  here today,   j      - *"  Ogle,   being   ineligible   ns  socialist  candidate, for Vancouver, It.- 1'. l'ctti-  p io eel forrr.erl> of Kevelstoke, has been  chosen in his stead.        !'  , Fred Frasei, governnicnt agent, held  a'sale of government lots in C.imboine  on S.iturdav.    It   was very successful,  realising $3,000. One lot brought $501).  '      Tbe'.-tinmei   Kevelstoke  made  the  best run   of  tbe  season   on  Tuesday,  reaching Dovvnie creek at 1 p in., and  having an hour   to   sjiaic betoio start-  " ing on tbe return trip.  At a meeting of the diicctois of the  hospital Thursday tbe   following ollic-  "   eis were   elected: Piesident,   T.   Kil-  piitrick'; vice president. G. S. McC.u ler,  .-ecretary-treasuier. A. li. Phipps.  *   M.,Hvatt left fo.- the Lend Monday,  .   taking men'to push ihiough the Canoe  river tniil as far as bis camp on behalf  of the. government/   T. Ed win (Is   also  lei'l vvith a gang to complete the woik.  J. A. Kemah.in letuined   last night  irom ".Field, and says  hewiU  have tho  'nis been cariyiiif-  hotels  at   Field  improvements   he   has been cariying  out at the C.   P.  K.  Glacier  a'.id   Laggan   completed   in a  ievv days.  Much svmpiuhy is felt lot theMisscs  On-  on  account  of the-death oi tlieii  sister. Nurse Kathleen Orr, who died  nt Winnipeg. Deceased .had been  trained for the nursing profession in  Chicago hospital. Miss Jessie Orr of  Kevelstoke was vv ith ber sister at the  time of her death nnd left with the ic-  m.iins ioi St. Thomas  burg.  lingineer  to live i'. . .     ,  CL Liifiiiine letiirned to'tbi; bond  Tiiesdny.-,, ,    , ' , c  'fllos. .McN'aughl,.ol" Halcyon, was in  ihe city-Monday.       '    ,  Alis. i-IJ.   Ivennedy   retiuned'"from  llnlcyon Wediiusdny.'  t Airs. C.  Abriilmmson   and  eluldion  left \\ ediiesdny fur j\aku.-p  .Mrs. Hutchison bn's been appointu'l  tiacber ut Craigellachie school.-    "  K. Kodgei'a left lor the Lend on Friday to pick up'unregistered voters!   '  '  It. Stoissleft Tbui'sday for the liar-  boi' Lumber"Co's milbat Cbmaplix.  l'lincipal Aliller, of  the citytschool,  letuined Irom   his   holiday tnjvtoday.  .Mr. and Airs. I'. W^AIoonoy, of  Ille-  eilhvvact, have gone on  si  holiday nip  to Minneapolis. >, '  Alis. W. AI. Lawrence ..nnd Miss  Grant icturned Thursday from n most  enjoyable holiday trip to Sluisivap.  Alesdiimes Atkins and Spin ling and  AL. F. K. Wells lolt for lit'. Leon Sat-;  unlay, Air. Wells letuining Tuesday.'  Jnfoiniatioi'i has'been leceived that  L T. Brewster,'lorir.uily of Kevelstoke,  has"been seriously ill in San Fiancis'co.  F. Frascr, government, 'agent, leaves  for Poplar cieek tomorrow- to*attend'  re(|iiiiem'ents in leg.ud to .biidges an'd  taails. _ p      '    '.  Mi.,-Airs, and AliSs'Tcniple went' to,  jNolsou this week, -Airs, -and, AIiss  Temple loinaining as the' guests of  'Alis.-.Scanloiv. - .  li. A. Jlliiggen , lcUuneiL fiom' the  liund Tuesday, having been engaged  in the examination' of three mining  pi'operties on which deals aie being  negotiated.  'Alls G. Al. Clink had a visit this  week from her fnthci in.d mothui, Air.  and Airs. Ci. W. Walley of Ingorsoll,  Out., and from her biotber. .1. Walley  ol Untie, Alan.  At the annua! meetingof the Ladies  Guild of the hospital on Satuiday. the  levenue for the juar wns stated to have  been $811.15 Linen to value of $70  was oidered for hospital. Votes of  thanks were passed to Airs. Kilp.itrick  Tor u=e ot house and giounds for lawn  L-ocial. to K Tapping'tor use of opein  house and to the Independent hand.  A veiy enjoyable p.nty was given by-  It. Al. and \\ A Smytho at the home  ui K Al. Smytbe, Thuisday evening.  Piogiessive hearts was the game of the  evening. At this Aliss Buck was the  lucky winner of tbe lirst pn/e J AL  Cii.iliu.iu won tbe fust gentleman's  pri/.o, a fancv match holdei. Aftei  a very dainty lunch a guessing contest  was given." Airs. IS. AI. Corley gave the  best guess of how many beans in a jar.  This prue was a fancy 'little clock.  Afier having a very lively dance the  guests bid their hosts good morning.  ROYAL CROWN. SOAP  The Best in the World.  Mail us 15 Royal Crown Soap  Wriipiicrs, and in return we  will mail,a beautiful  Picture    ,  size 10x20 ; 'or for 23 Wrappers  ' . your choice of over 100 books.  Drop us a   post card asking  " form catalogue of  premiums  ,  to be had   VKlili  for, ltoyal  Crown Soaji Wrappers. <  Address  ,    The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver,'B.C. Limited.  iM������nmi������������irarceiE  BUSINESS LOCALS.  ,J.'wf Bennett opened his new store  Monday.  KliW POTATOES 2 cents per pound  at Jl. Tapping's.    -'  Florida vvaler,all si/.e boUlesnl, Gnn-  iidn Ding A- lJook Co's.     ' '   '  .'Special values in high-class furniture  at li. Ilowsoii's.    t i Q  ���������   Ice ere soft drinks   and   cider at  the City bakery. ' '  Yoii can save -money by insuring,  with H.'N. Coursier.  Chloride'of iiihe for disinfect ing, 20c  a tin nl, ^lunula Drug' ^ book Go's.  IL llowson vv; Co. have just tinloaded  a'ciu'loiid (jl,new furniture tlii'* week.  ' W. 1!. Fleming,  photographer, i.s so  busy he i's getting in an assistant next  week. ���������   ',    V -  Tlio St. Leon Hot Springs bus been  opened and > now ready,Io accomodate visitors,  AlcDonald.iC' Alonleitb iui* gelling  tlieir slocks in ranged iind'(cxpeet to  open next week.     <i       ,    * ,  Visitors to  Camborne should   take  A. Craig'.- stagc���������fiom lloaton.^'' Quickest route, best service.     "    ,  ' J)1L'W. .1. CUItKY, "   -     ,.      ' u  ",   lte.sident Dentist,  Ollice in Taylor block.  ,   Read'C   13. ifumo it Co.'s  cl go of  advertisement on lirst i>������gc ol tliis_  , .     ., , , i  issue.        ���������  Leave your oidei's for pics of  kind���������meat, mince or fruit���������at  Ciiy Bakoiy��������� A. li. Bennison. ' ���������  . Travel lei sj visiting, Kevelstoke^  find the best accomodation nt'  Cential Hotel. Abralinnison Bros.  liastmaii's Kodaks froni $1.00 up to  $25.00 cell, also' all films and chemicals kept oil' hand at Canada Drug A  book Co. ' " ' ,  'L South Ah ican War 'Land Grant���������  Those entitled who want to sell .should  communicate- vvith 1'. 0. box 402,  .Vancouver.        ,   , / <  When vou come f to Kevelstoke bail  the Ccnti'al Hold bus to take you to  ii good hotel. , A hi a ham's'.'n ' Hros  l'i ops .,'"  The ll.nbor Luniber Qomjiany has  ic'opchcd 'tho old Koctcnny,Lumber  Co?s store 'at - Comaplix with a good  supply of giocerjes.       - -  When you want to get t"o Camborne  in sjiced and.conifort, I H)k out ,for y\.  Ciaig's stage line when landing "at  Pe.iton. '   >"  ' The Kooiu-vav ALvii.'and Family  Heiald and'Weekly Star will be supplied I'or balance of 15)03'"for $t;W.  together'with two pictuies "Purity"  and "Alone."  The windows of C. 13. Flume & Co's.  stoic are 'most attractively set out,  especiallvth.it showinsr lines of high-  crnde teas���������Lipton's, Ram Lai, Ben  irur, Blue Ribbon and Five O'Clock  brands.  W. Ci. Carpenter has resigned his  position vvith the Bank of Hritish  North America at Kossland to join the  firm of I3.iillie, Vars vt Carpenter at  Trout Lake. They will open ofhees at  Camborne .mil Poplar Creek.  ' A. M. Craig still conducts the feed,  livery and freighting Stables at Ik-aton.  ���������and his saddle hor.-es and light and  heaw conveyance- f*-r hire at all  times. His daily stage, for Goldliek-s  and  Camborne meets  tlie   steamboat  DEATHS.  ,.MKK.  MOItltlS ANl)i:iiSON\ .  Widuspi'tTad K'Ki'et was evidenced at  the news of Hie death of Airs. Alonis  Anderson, who succumbed to .childbirth. ��������� The den Hi took place on Sunday. Air. nnd Airs. .Anderson were  married at Illccilliwiiet,, in' I8!)0, and  have losidud for some years in KovoL  stoke where Mr. Anderson is C. P.' K.  section foiemiin and one of the most  biglily ro's|ieclcil cil,i/-,ens of Ihu town.  Six children "i(-suited from tho inni'-  liage, foui of wlioin are living. Mrs.  A nderson 1'iii'd two brothers at Vnii-  couvei, A. and W. Larson, also onu  sister, Airs, Walter, icsidiiig there.  The funeral took pliii;u_\Vcdnusdiiy and  wns one of the most largely attended  in tho city. Tlio remains weie taken  from her late home, to tbo Presbyteiian  church, of vvhich'deceased had been a  member, and thonco to the cemetery,  llev. W. (J. Onldoi- 'conducting the  service at ouch place. Thcpiill-liearers  were Al easts lid. Adair, A. .lohnson,  Thos. Steed, W. A. AIooiu,.L AlcGinnis  and W. S. Newman. Many wreaths  and Mowers'wore sent by loving friends'.  Afrs. Anderson wns 'a pioininonl.  member of the Ladies Aid. by hind  woik nnd" pitlient. industryi'Alr. and  Mi's. Anderson hud ncquiied a comfort:  ablo home. ' To tboo,husband and,  motlii'iless children the community  extends its heart felt sympathy.'   '  'I!, itAMsnv' '  Tho death beamed suddenly this  morning of, IL Knmsoy, n well-known  resilient of" Kevelstoke, who owned u  ranch .south 'of .the city. Deceased  wos (iii'yews of ago, nt tbo time of his  death, "llo was a iinlivu of Dublin,  liclnud, vvheie lie wns"a coniinercinl  ti livelier, and settled'in Uevclstoko Kl  years ago, lieing'ouo,.of bs pioneers..  a n v  the  will  the  o  one  ilis-  It  eily  Lo  and  , as  d a  I ng-  Cholera Infantum.  This has long been legatdcd as  of l lie must daugi-roiis  and   fatal  eases lo which infants me  suhject.  can be cured, lionvver, when   pi op  Ilea led.    Alllll.it   i-    uei-i's-iry    is  five Cliniiiberlnin.s Colic, Cholera  Diai'i-hiiiM Itciiii'dy  and casloi-   oi  duecled   with    ea'ch     bottle,     an  cure is Li-rt.iiii.    Fm--ale li\*  all   (1  gis|������.  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  r..) i.  The Iriu 11 Com L of Hi-iti-h Columbia  will miet in Xevv Wi-lminslei- on  M'ptembei HOtll Dclcu'.itcs Will he  elected ,it lhe legnl.ir meet mg of Comt  Alt. IJegbte next, Af'onday.  I 'I In  Mii-ter .M(-f liiinir-s I'un;'Iui .-!on|i  limln  i.in,l <nfti'iM (tic "kin. vvlillr | i'iiiii|itl>  (.li.ui-iiiK  ll   nt  Kiiii'ii*.  nil   niMl.iW.    Iiivii|iiiiI)Ii: Tor niv-  II li.nii. ^, f.uiiKi-   ������|iorlsini'ii.    I*"n ������������������ K.iniplr*  nn  l,,,,i|,t  n< .',    fin   |.o-liiK".    Allmt Tnili t^iMp  fu , i,i.Liiiif,n I men., Mniilriiil. .  UMMER  UGGESTIONS  A COOL PLACE  A NICE DRINK  Th"'-e an* what yuu find at the  Bl?n PRfiQQ SUDA AND ICE  Mil  ItlUOO  CREAM  PARLOR  J. A, MILLKll & GO,  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary   Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures Ut Put In.  Second Street, Revelstoke  !    COUNTY COUR'i. ",  *   .  *" -i.    ' ��������� ,''-'.  .Judge Fomh lield a -special silling ol  tlio county court ou ,'jridny. The lob  lowiii'i case- camo up:���������- ,.  Oido A'. JJnggen���������Defendanl, Jieing  in tho Big Bend, was not, away o'l any  sitting of "the court 'or of 'any case in  which be was intoicsiod being called,  and was not lopiescnted.���������An order  was issued fi-r ten .days' impi Uuinuenl.  for contenpt of com t.v  Allison ol'al v. AlcALihon���������This was  a case iindei tho Woikman's JiiciKAct,  and was n'djourncd alter argument till  ncxt'coui t. , - ; -  liight applications for miiiiriili/.iitioii  weio granted. ' . ,  JlisHonoi tKen held a.chainhei sitting in which .L^AL Scott applied lor  security foi costs in tbe suit Biydgcs  v. Kilcy.���������C! ran led. '      ,  CARD OF THANKS.  1, wish lo take this opportunity of  conveying the hemtfelt thanks of myself ,iind family for many kindnesses  tendeied hy friends during the illness  and since the death of my beloved  wife: also to the attendant physicians  and nnr-c who spared no ctlort to pie-  vent tbc'fatal termination of her, illness, which, iV-m tlie- first, uppcind  inevitable.  Mourn-1 A.\*iii:i:.-ov  Mr. Gracey s Statement. '    .  'jA. ir.,Gi-iicey,who ictui-ned last week  fiom'C.iniboine,'stales 'tlm tramway  at the livn mine., is completed, ��������� with  the exceptiou'of-sticlcbing the'c.iblos,  which aio now on' the ioad between  Beaton and Camboi no. This load,  although not 'seven miles in 'lough,  is in such .bad condition that it is  constituting u' seveic drawback to  getting in supplies or machinoiy,  from the outside.  The cable-is bobig got tlnough  a- rapidly as possible,, and will only  take ii short tunc to place in position  after it reaches the mine. Theie aie  about -10 men employed on the mine  at present, land they are pimcipally  employed in the woik of extending  Nob. L and ���������' tunnels.  A good stiiko was made iccently  on the Stockholm claim, which is the  next property below tbe liva. This  is owned by P. liaison and assoc'alcs.  of Camb.iri.e The livn lead extends  down through Ibis claim, and^ including tbe woi k on the Oystei-Ciit-  ciion," above the liva, the lead  has now (*i*en fullv pioved liy/ tunnels  shaft, open.'cuts and sti ipping for a  distance oh5,000 feet.���������News.  RAIL AND STEAMER  The firitnd Trunk will go tlnough  the Peace River p-is.s. The enginiois  say Port ^Siirijisou is a better hai boi  than San Francisco  TRAP SHOOT.  The following aie the results of   I In.'  tiap shooting at Golden on Monday  POLITICS.  The -ibiy about the libeinls   1  seemed a campaign   fund of $50  all    ino'iinhmo      The   lbic'rnls  want any campaign fund but wi  scribe tin ir own e\pen-eu.  in ving  ,000 is  don't  II sub-  Ri'Vi-NtnLi.  A  .!  MrDniioll  .f   (iny llnrlier  M.-T. MrK.u  VV. A.Stnnh'  ( . I!  .-.k.-n-  Tut a I  Iii  ) VVitiili-rmi-r,-   I      (Jiil'li'.i  17 fl.illiip I l.'i������  I", K,.r-t"r   .      12 \>!mr-r s  il KlrV|.-itrir!,    S I Hurl.        . '.'  nl.il.. inT.iil.ir II  7 ( Ihiinlvrl mi '< Mrllrnii'.!   '-'  U  Total  I'i  T..t..l.  RevcNtnlcc. Ll t>ri/'\ 5 gold pendj  nuts value $���������"������������������������; 'iold"n_ 2nd ) ri/e, 5  silver pendant-, value $25  Sweepstakes, 5 -hot-, $1 en trance.  $10 added by Afsoc'mtii n ��������� Harbor, l-t,  MclJermot 2nd, Skene :ird.  Sweepstakes Vo 2, -inn- eoriditions  ���������AleAlice 1st, Taylor 2nd, Sturdy '.M  Valuable Time Saved.  Slight in iin ie" often disable a mini  and cause sev.-ial ibivi' loss of time  and when blood poison developM,  s(iinctimeu i ("-till in the lo--! of a band  or limb. Chnmbfibiiii'- I'.iin I"3aliu  is ,in aiiliseplic liniment, when up-  plied to (Ul", hiuises and bums it  causes them lo licit (piickly and without mul oration, and prevents any  diinperof lilood 1'oison. For sale liy  all dinggists.  DOMINION POLITICS.  It is projiosed to make voting compulsory in Dominion election.'! to the  extent thai, if an elcclr.r fails to vote  he shall he disfranchised for next  election.  LABOR'S CALL.  ! W. AIcKfii/i'* King .bpiuy minislei  of l.ll.oi   n   renderimr   ���������_'(���������(id   -'-ivice by  ' org.nii-iii^' board.s Ol" cone illation at  principi!    ectitres    with   a   vii iv   lo  I -r-ttlin- ' ib'.r  di������putc.    Capital   ,m<\  I labor   "i':   li"  ("piilly   if-pn-eiiied on  1 such h' irds.  R. f'/l. R.  NOTICE  ll.-ill of III''  nli.vv..  ('niiip.iiiy will   lie  in ih.. Hull Mail at 7;nii*veiy  'I'uesdny  and l-'udiy night fill fin I li-r nol ie",  f!y ordet  If. A.   BROWN,  C. O.  CALBNDABS FOR 1904  We have lieen nppoinle'1 ."."-nts for  leading liiilish, (.'anadinn and Ameii-  o.in linns and onn oll'ei n select ion of  Onlendais for JI10I sik h as has never  befoie been olTeied in Ibi- (list riot.  Reset ���������(��������� your oidois pending' n tall  of om lepieseiitiilive with saiuples.  The Kootenay Mail Pub. Co. Ltd,.  routines  :in mul chapping.  lJubi for loiloL and nursery use. 03S  ' ALBERT TOILEI'SOAP CO , Mfo. MONTREAL.'.  i^^anaaKsaiMBaawiiywr^ffliwgg  WANTICD-l'-AITHl'-UI/ l'KUSON TO TIIAV-  ol foi WOll Ohl-lllllHllC(l lionsu 111 11 fllW CUIIIIllCK.  cnllliiK (ill rutiill inu-clinnls and iis'Oiits. bociil  lorrilory. Piilary 8������UI a yui"- '"i'l ovpensch,  ........1.1��������� cm rn ,, \w���������,!/ IiwilsIi ilhiI iixriunsus lid*  lorrilory. eium-j- v"^' ��������������� j*"** ���������"���������** ������.i���������y -���������,.  niivablo "5111.70 a wonlc In cash and ONtionsus ml-  vu'nocd. Position ponnanunl. HiislnpsH mm-  uossfnl  and  i-iib(iIii������.    Knoloio  Ki-lf-iiddrnsM'd  UOSSllll    1111(1    1-llBlllllK.       J-.HUIU--U    "'",""*.*,-,���������.  unvulopo.   Sliindaid IfoiihO, lllfl (,'iiNtun llldg..  UhlciiKO.  (    For Sale'.  7,10 Mtuics in Beatrice mine. 'Will  sell whole or part./ Kor parlici.lars p-  ply nl. ollice of Kootknay AIail.  "~SAMS0n7& PAULSON,,.  For Sale.  Several inlorcsts in silvei'-lead properties. Fqv pai'lioulais apply at ollice  of the Kootetiay Mull.'  Painters, Faperhangers, L.s.  KALSOA11NING   DONJ3." ' ,  ' (Ji-ders rec.'ive prompt* alloiition.  Second street,'     --    KliVMLSTOKii:  THE OWL  ,NconponATCD TORONTO S,HJ- AB-.f.STf.;  1086. __^ Mnn   -      '    Prcsident."  7\,S^'  OF MUSIC  ,   ^T        COLLEGE STHEET.  Dr. EDJVAUD FISHER, Muoloal Dliobtor  The   Best   Equipment   and    Facilities,  and Strongest Faculty in Canada.  1 A lliiniaiKli, in 11st lo and IIiiIkIiuiI ',,  '   JIUSICAli   KIJliOATION.        ,  Ldi'iil C'miliu  Kxninliinlliins held uvijry hiiiii*  nibi-In   Miinltolin,  jN'inlliwusl, Tuiiitiiilu^ nnd  Ili-lllsli'Onlninlilii.      j  School of Literature  and   Expression.  ' .Mrs.'Inc.', iN'li.li(ilsiiii'(Jiilli.-r, I'lliiulpnl.  J''llll Knuiilly.  'All tiinnuliu-i laii),'li(.        i  ,T'," (lALKN'UAIiH AN'O-KVI.IjAIII/'S   KIMCH  VV'hun vvi-illamilL-iisoiiiciilion The Jlnil.  ; ;iOO , r  Young'Men and Women  ,,,    ,'    WANTED     ,  -  to nt I end our School'  1,'ni-op.iii!   Iui  an olflei* |"'-i'ioo, paying mil. less llinn,  $���������!() p. i in.i.iin, we in plnei; you inside  ol'(i(ld.i.vs.ill,-i gradual !">.'. Wiilel'oi  pal tioul.ii -. '  Vancouver Business Doilegc, Ltd.,  '  ' ''      ,  'VANCOUVIill, 11. C."  l\ O. Box oil. ,   ',  juJri ju " "    ,  RESTAURANT  First Street,  Knst of iMolsons Hunk       -      KovolsLoUc.   ,  For vi'iiir menls. Open (lay and night.  Moiifs 2.")C and upward. Special weekly  rales.    Good service guiminloud.  li'U.HF & ITO, Priiprictois.'    '  ��������� ST. HELENA HALL;  ���������i     '    Portland, Oregon,'  Classes in Art  and   Elocution  Form  '.'���������       Wednesday, 'Oct. 1st.  Art, under tin; dirottinn or 'Mi-s  (iooi-gina iiui-iis, Art Student's Loagim  New York. lilooution,* Mlii. J'lthol  Webb of London, lingland.       ."���������.  CiiTulni's upon application l(i(    *  '       AllSH   Ml.KANpit' Tllllll'iTTS,       '  ' ' I'i'inoipa!..  NOTICE.  rpAICI'" NO'I'ICK Hint thlily days nfloi' (lain I  J Inlend to apply lo Iho Cnlol CoinmlHslonoi'  of blinds und Avorks for n Hpoolal IIcoiihii Io  out iird curry away timber fi-om thufulliiwIiiK  iluM'i-ibiiit land, siliiiitcd in Uiilumi liny, Uppor  An ovv I.uko, WohI Kootoiiny, nnd niiirkod  "Timberllorlli U.ii."       ,     ,\ ,   ,        ,,      .  flomiiioiniliiK at ii ]i'������',l lilnntod ��������� northeast  lioi-noi-on W. bealty's wost' tiu-veyed lino, ran-  nliiK noi'lli and south, mid about two I}1) clmliiH -  noltli of Hill Clock, nnd uhoiit two U) inlltii  notllioiiHtof (InleiniHiiy, Uppor Anow IjiI.c;  thonco M>ntli8(l ohnliih, Ihenoo west,80 ohaliw,  Ihenou north Ml cIiiiIiih, tlioneu cast, 80 chains, to  nlnco of ooimnonocnionl. <'  ���������lliiloil at Ai'i-ovvlioiul, H. 0., JulyMli, ItKHI.  DAVIU UKATTY.  NOTICE?  NOTIOK I.s liorohy kIvoii that lliirly iliiyn  nftorilnlo I intend lo upiily lo tho (;hlef,  lioinmlMsioiior of Liuiilh nnd Works for a special  liceniio (ocnt and cany away timber fiom tho  followiiiK described land nil unto ia the West  ICoolonny dlHtrlct:���������      , ,i, ,   ������  , CoinmoiioliiK at n post nl. the norlh-casl,  corner of Mol-Cnv Hun.,, pre-emption on I'IkIi  creek and one half mile buck Irom Hiitd oieelt,  miiiUed .1. 0., N. W. conior posl. llienco hoiiIIi  U!ilcliiiiiiH,eiiht 10 chiiliw, 1101-111' 12(1 chains mill  west III (-lialiiH to place of comiiioneumeiil. ,  Arrow bend, H. 0��������� July 8th, WW. -   .  JOHN- CIADWAY.  CITY'OF REVELSTOKE. ^  VTOTHII'l isheieliy kivuii'IIimI 'Hiu Hist sjl-  J> tiiiKsoi tlio t'ointof Uovi-ion of I tin Cits  ol Ilevclstol,!)-for tin; pin |)Osd ol^liciirintf all  i-dinplninl-imiiin-l, lhe ,issu-siiionl lor Un yen  I'Ui, us innde bv ibe A-sls-oi- ol llie (Jay ol  Kovelsloke, will bo belli al IboCiLV Hall, l.'uv;  ol-loko, II (J., on Monday, Au(,'iisi,-JI, I IUI, nL 10  r*',Jl0,-k���������l,"��������� '      '        ll'.' l"lA)Vl)i..  -    ��������� .  . ���������  , .Cii.y Uloilc.  Ituvels'oke, li 0. July 21, I'JO.'I.  REVELSTOKE   SCHOOL BOARD  The institution  of n 'Ih|?li.School in  I.'eve!  stoke bcniK under coiisidi-niLion, p.-irenLsiind  irii.iidiiuis m lhe Uily, and f(Oin outside poniLs,  iuo ie(inested Io send   to lhe undei-siKiied  Ihe  names ol  anv childien eligible for adinissiou,  I hot clo. and who would be willing loatleiid."  II. KbOYU,  Scci'cliuy I'evcl-loko School lio.ud. ,  TENDERS WANTED.  SKALI-.l) TKXDKIIS nildiCsscd lo "tho  ikl.in.iKei. Imperial bank of (inn.id.i. Kev-  els-toko, II C." loi Ihooieeliou of a combined  bunkuiK olliee and lesidenei' nt Itovelsloko will  bo leceived up to and inOudiiii; S.Utiuliiy, olh  August ne\t for full liiloriiiaUnn. plun--,  spueillcaLious, etc, apply to Ihe undersigned  Tlio  lowest  oi   any  u ndcrnol, neoo���������imly ac-  LCPl������'" A. K. PHIPPS. JI.nniKoi.  Hevelsloke. li. ������.. 'Jatb July, IHU I.  For Sale  TWO lii'sidoiiceson   iUoIvon/.ic  Avenue,   wit  modei n linpioveinonls, fi.iuo each, on easy  teims.  1'WO Kesulenus on Thud Sliei.1 e.ist, veij  convenient foi i.ulvv.iy men, SI,till) o.ieh  (.isyleiins. -     ( ,  0X1-) Ilesidenceon Kn-sl Hlieot east, cash le  quiicd SJOI), siibttcl lo motitf.is'e.      ,  Apply l" "���������  1IAUVKY, JIUJAHTlCIl &  PINKHAM,  ��������� REVELSTOKE SCHOOL BOARD.  i   "\rOTICrc���������The  school   vacation   will bo ov  i> - tciuli'il lo iMondn>, Aimu-t I7lh. '  If    I'-fiOYIl, Secrel.ii.v.  FOR SALE CHEAP:  Ladies, Boys "and Men's   ',  Boots/and Shoes  ., ,        ,   ,_,.,,,  Sue iny iissiirliii'-nt ol   Iho bust  1 liarguiii.s (ivei-  oll'urod  in   Iho  l cityjn iheso linoo.   . , ,    .  ,,���������     -,J..filJILMTTO,  ''Second st root;'    *-'     /Kevelitoke.  LenvosTtevolsldKo foi- JJont LnndiiiK  at 0:80 p. m.'A^ondavh and Thuisdiiy.-,  ineeting btoamer on r.etiii'ii ti'ip.       ���������   -  ���������'  FARE, 331.00' "  1 'J,") His liiiggago'l'ree/ ,  Inloiiding 'piuj-uiiKois .should leave  vvoid ,-it, I'Meniiiit!'-) Slnble oi i-.ng up  phoiui No. S when ' the-rage v.'ill call  lor them.       - '   '  ' * ' ' ,W..  KLI'liMFNC!.   ,  ,  FIREWOOD  J-Uiving.taken over lhc:?firewood, supply of the .Harbor  Lumber* Co.'s-mill/ orders' loft  at the milK'at W.^t., Lawr-i.ce  or by ringing" 'i-'P phone No. S  will have prompt attention'.  '   W. FLEMING./  A. E. BENNISON  Baker and Confectioner  has opened his new h.ikory on  , AlcICenzio avenue and 'li-iii-t-  Hint his past experience in the  city will ineriOi fair shine of  public patronage.    '     "        ,  '   ' A FULL LINK OK     ,  CAKES and CONFECTIONERY,  Home-Made .Bread a Specialty  LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.  * JIKI'-TIXC: Wil,I. UK IIKM) AT Till',  }\ loom- ol the I/beial Associnlion. ijccond  stncl. on Tuesday, AiiKUst Hlb. lo aiiauttc u  convention lo select a c.indulale lepiesenluliv e  ol (he lalii-iul party at the coinuiK elcclion for  Ucvdstokc liidniK. ,    -  .Meinheisof the Association .mil sympathiser  with the paily uie iei|nested loullend.  If. COOK. .Sccieliu-y.  ROSSLAND SUMMER CARNIVAL  $5,000 IN  PRIZES.  l/'inli-i-tliciuisphi-sof the Jlajiirand ('ily  Council ' ���������  I'lilroiH- 'I'he 111 ol bet hood of lliillw-ny 'I i-iiiti-  min, mul lhe Itos-liinil Allner's tJitiou No'K. W.  I'". M.  TWO DAYS  SK. Aug. 25 and 26  (iiiin,! P.iniilc, IrfiiinJ.i'iind li.iM'ball Toiiiii  i,in, HI- I in iiimii s Ciiniiiutiliiiii)., 'I UK" (if-W in,  lb.i i- I'm iin*. l(n\ln���������' nnd WicsIIIiik ( niili'Ms.  Albli lb' -spoils of .ill kind-i. Aliiehiueiuid I liinil  Ilillllii/. mid rtpicl K.Oilhilinti b> ih" (liilili-  I, ^ \V'���������i,,|, r. I), .VI . liiiiu.l liill, .Mii|;iiillu-iil  PjiiiIii bun In-pln niul |������i foi man'i" b> lhe  iiiu-l |,,,l l/i un.ill, i'IiiIi  liuli-.iy i ill,i h'i lli.iu i'ii'1 fun- for lhe  liionil Hip  r.irlli' i pailii iilms Ik.in  A. J.   liUI.VVUlV, Sic"}.  PUBLiC HOLIDAY  llii-H-hj rl(( l.ur- VVnllii-diiJ. AUKUstl-l.h. a  public lidliiliiv on Illi iKMiislon or llio picnic ot  llircoinbliiul"riundiiy -chool-of lhe eit>.  M. J. O'flFiri'.N*. Major.  lieu-Moke, AiiK.Stli. I���������1'  Revelstoke .Grows Fast  We giovv I'.uster, linving added  lo our ll.ikery and Uiuileotiniiei-y  business lull lines ol  Groceries and Camp Supplies  Agents for  I lie  Celebrated  MONSOON TIC AS.  M.A.SMITH&-CO.  Vict oi iii lloiid, Hevelsloke.  J. Guy Barber  Jj^) JEWELRY  IV /  0&A1V8QNDS  WATCHES  and a  con:])lcle line  of the  of the /   ffa-Qt&teSA  smouh. i $m  %-zTf NW    "1847  Rogers Bros."  Knives, Forks,  Spoons, etc.  r.\is cnrcfutlj cx.innm.-il nnrl  piuperlv filled to the best grade  orslnisl"!        ��������� (     ")   Kcnnlrlng. v y        V y  NOTICE.  VTOTICK  Ik  hurnhv jrlvon   that tlilrly duj'H  J.>    afler (lulu I Intend In imply to lhe Chief  (.'oiiinilsiinuei-of Limits and \\ oi'Iih for a K| celiil,  license to out and curry ii������ay llmbor fiom tho,  follnvvliiK (loxct'lbed IiukIk, hIIiiiiIu In Iho Wehl >  Itouluuiiy dlslricli���������   ��������� -  UoniiiKincliiK iil, a posl, at- Ihe noiIli-c:i-t  corner of MolCav 1 It oh, pieempLlon on Fish  creek and ono huff iiillu buck from wild creek,  uiurked J. (I., N. W, coiner posl, thenco hoiiIIi  laiclmliH, imihI lllclialni. north r.'ll cIiuIiim, mul  Weil, III elinliH lo pluce of eomiiieiicotiiiiul,  Anow-heuil, ll. (.'., July 8tli, llld.'l.  . JOHN fiAllWAY.  Ulill'l-ll-'IOATl-:   (ll-*    LMPIIOVIMlii.VTS'  NOTICE.  Meiidow-   Ouecu   and   .Vloiiulaln    TM    Mineral  Cliiluii, sltuiilc   iu  Iho Airovv  I.iilie.iMlnini,'  nivislon ol West, Kootenay Dlhttlet..    ���������  Where loeuted:  Ou (..'iunite Alounliiln, al the  lieiid of Alineial Cieek.      , '  TAICi: NO'I ICIO Hint I. Kenneth b. Iluriiol, '  (iiL'ent for Hiiiilh (Jiirlis. Ksii., Fiee Allner'ri Cer-  nlieutc No. II7,',.'tI7, uiid,b. Williams, lisq., l-'ieo  iVInier'ri Certillcnte No.- ll.')7,)S.).)rl''iee Mmei's  C'ji-lilleulo No. KTAVU, Intend, hl-clv (Injs from  the dule beicof, toupply to IlioAIIning llecorder '  foru Corlilleuie of Inipi-ovoincnLH, for Iho pur-  lioie of obluinhiKli Ciown Giant ol lhe above  clulin.      ,    *��������� V " '\,  And   furl hor, tuke   nollco that uction. under .  Seuion .'17. inusl, lie'cominencod In-fore the issuance of such Cerllllciitc of ImpiovemenlH.       j  illuled Ibis Second du.v ot July, A. D. I1KM.  ,,', ��������������������������� KlON.N'liTH b. HUIINKT, P. h S.'  __ j    _     _    . _ . __  -   CKItTII'-ICATM OK JJIPIlOVHilKNTS.  NOTICE.,  I'or I ImihI Miikm.iI (Iliiim, ^itunfu hi (iu* Amow  Ij.iKij Milling Dim^ioii <>r West. Kootciiny T)it  I(kI i ,  \    -/  Whom   ]<1(mi1(mI:   Oii ('anboo  Ctcoli,   iihout   U> ���������  milim Troin I In* nioiilh        A     t '  TAKK NOTI(;i: Unit IrKominMi L llmnut,vor  Ito-islninl, (tiKi'til loi Mi. M. 1*1 # ICm;r, Spucinl  Viva iMiiii'i's Liccii^o No. "jUirj, i-Hiii'd al Wo^*  I.md June Mlt, i'.KU,) Imcd Miiici'^Ccililicnlo No.  inVitJ, in(cii(|,isi>tl\ (hiv-i 11on) lliotliilij hiMooT,  to ni>|)ly to t huiMimiiK KccohIoi foi n (.'oi t ifjcato  of Inipiovomonts, loi tho purini^o of obtaining  a Ciown Ciinnt ol Iho nbmo ofaiiii. ^  And rutlhoi t.'iKi1 nol iti' thai action, unrior  peel ion .'(7, niii^l 1������������ coinniciicct.l hcloro 1 ho iisu*  nucti of ^ncli (Jorl ilicnte of I in pi o\ onion Li?. '  Jilted (Ins t\\ijnt\-liniirl.iy'ol   ���������Ttinci, A. 0  It'O'J.  KKNNISTir U JiURNirr.'IMilS.  LILLOOET, FRASER RIVER & CARI-'  ^    BOO,GOLD 'FIELDS,' LIMITED.  ' - '     In' Liquidation. ���������  Liit of Properties to Bo Sold by,Privato  Tondor, Pursuant to tno Dlroctions  of tlio Liquidators,    , '  "NORTH  will)   Iho  Trout Lako Mining Division.  ALPHA GltOUP (belter knovvn uti "Hio'ml  view- Group"), coniprNng !) Ciown.iiinn'cd  minoial ehiims, or-fiaelinniil .oliunis. situated  on Great Northern mount un, above I'ViKtiion,  D.C.. loKClbcr wilh two blocks of land, niinieb :  Lot IIII. situated iu������lwc.| of.Ferguson lovvn-  site, und lot^llll. siiiialed uboiil, 1! miles uoilb-  eiislerlv fiom I'-oiinuson on Iho Noilb Fork of  burdcan riv'i-i, al the foot of Gie.il, Noi theiii  mounlum. ,  LANDS siluuleil on fiulena Il.iy, Uppei Arrow Lake. Tluee blocks of laud loui-nislng, in  all, nbout (iiO acies. . *    t  Rossland Camp.  'lhe "CITY OF SPOKANE" and  ri'l'AII" iiiinoi-.il (liiims, logelhei-  buildings und equipment thereon.  '   ,  ��������� Boundary District.   />'  The "NKT'A" mineinl claim. Ciown (,'runled.  situuled in whul is known ns "liiown's Cnmp."  and lhe "(JUHEN OF SPA I) US" mineral chum,  Ciow-ii'Kiiinted, situuled iu vvliul is known as,  "Centinl Cunip.",  Illocillowact Mining Division.  The LANAHK GROUP, comprisi.n,' 1.1  Ciown Kiunled minc'iil claims, or friiLliniiiil  claims, siluuted ou the main line of theC'iin-  uilinu Pucillc iitilwuy, ncui   Illecillcwuet. 15. l).  P.u ties desiring lo put in iv'tcndei- foi-'any one -  ornioie  ol   Iho  above   nienlioned   pioperlies  should have then eii������nieei- on the giotind mid  CMimimaions inude without delay.  Fiuthci- pnrticiiliiis and condiLions' of snlc  and forms ol tender (which aie lobe sent in ,  nol later than lhe Ulh AiiKiist, IIW.'I.) may be  obtained h'riitls oL the Liquidators, ColleKc Hill  Chumbcis, CollCKu Hill. London, K. C. and J.  V. Aiinstioiif, Kevelstoke, lintisli Coliimbi.-i.    .  Dated nth June, I'.Ki'l.  V\/ANTED  "IJlOIl S A LU-100 acres, ol land ad.jac-  Ji out lo lailvvay t.tii(inn; also live  <;i)()d cows. Address II. 0. Fiasco,  Salmon Arm, 13. O.  FOK SALE���������A first class livery iind  freightim; business.    Apply office  ol Kootenay iW.iil. . L  IOST���������Uetwcoii Ai-iiiwho.nl .md  _J Greens] ido, lilnck ves*|, pocket,  liook containing .six ton dollar hills,  ono live, one two, two ones, I wo quartets and ono Oddfellow pin. Trainmen  and Oddfellow leceipls. Finder will  he iow.li(led by iel in uinj,'.s.une to this  ollice or .I. (Jiu-veon, Itovelsloko.  WANT I'l I J���������E-cpericncvdiiiillvviitflit  Apply nt once.  Ivoolonay liiver  Lumber On , Nelson, D. (.!.  TVNI'KTi^-T'uichaser   lor gciiciiil  sliii-i* in j^iovviiiK lovvn     Apply  otlice Koolenay ftliiil.  WANT TO SLLL���������Two or tlie best,  hotel investments, in Koolenay.  For particnlais apply to Kootenay  Mail ollice, ReveLloko.  WANT TO SELL- inteios.lt. 'in  gold-healing mineral claims on  Fisli Ureok. Apply In ollice of Knot  onay Wail.  WANTED TO SELL���������Two houses  and lot.s at tisiuji lovvn ol O.iui-  burno; each pioperty will lot lor Sl."i ii  month: price, on each propei ty $,"i00.  For ])!ii'liculars apply nl. ollice of Koolenay Mail. '  "TTTANT TO SELL-Univeisily   ed  VY      i(kiii of  Shakespoiiie .villi illtls-  Lnilions and mites.   Price ft'22 on tonus  nainelv $2 cash and $2 per month. Apply at Kootenay Wail.


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