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Array ���������( t-  ' v ;  Provincial Librae  /���������  at.:  Bews'Drug Store  f SOUVENIR GOODS ,AND  ALUMINUIVHPOST CARDS  at;k ���������.  Bews'Drugstore  Vol. 12.���������No. 20  REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST li), I HO,'  $2.00 Per Year  Mail  Order  Dept.  LIMITED.  DEPARTMENT STORE.  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'   You   can  1   have your choico /or   "'* ���������   -  ?Rr ''- Y-k " '*  ,-Y -k '       '-,kk- -  'White i'Vest   tlmt'"'alway8,  ���������" make n   man   look'well,  iS'. "dressed, worth $2.t)0,'but -  '��������� they   will  look jiibt'^as  '-(well on you at 'f I  ', ; r95c.-    \%  '  Summer  Stocks (50c each.  "'Select one, if you  only  '   wear  it oiice,",it will be  worth the price,  .,    ?25c. ��������� ������  v ..  * - ' i  \VK CAKIir A FULk'STOCK OK  Groceries, Fruits  and Vegetables  ONION SETS' AND SEEDS OF ALL.KINDS. '  GARDEN TOOLS.,  cooking utensils:  ; A Choice Lot of Soft Shirts  ,      . > .        ���������       . ���������, i -'.  ,   '        with Collars attached,    . <������    '        ,  $i.oo Shirts,,for 60c.    ' '   -   $1.50 Shirts for 90c.^  \. .    $2.00 Shirts for $1.00.     ' '   ,"*������,,  BOURNE Bros.  REVJ3J.ST0KE.'  C. B. Hume & Co. Ltd.  DEPARTMENT-STORE.1  '-(i^fj  -     .  f ^ .. ������,.  WATER SUPPLY  improvements - Being Effected  ���������   in the City Service.  During the week another stream  has been added to the city water 8iip-  'ply and by toniglit "two"other Streams  will be takei) in on the summit of the  mountain. 'With sufficient ..reservoir  accommodation it is expected this will  give the city ample water 'supply for  some.years to come. ' The next thing  to be done then is to increase the reservoir ; capacity, and the mayor and  aldermen have this also in view.  SLIDE  TENTS & AWNINGS  -,.���������-'���������'  '., .; FURNISHED        ,.' ;,  I tiinl.-i.ni'ut for one ofithe best Tent and Awning Factories,,  and c.iu furnish Tentsiand AwingSjCheaper than' they    '.(  can be boughUfrom the f.ietory.'j \ ���������      ���������   *���������  SEE    SIID    FOR    PARTICULARS    AND    PRICES.      v  L.   A.   FRETZ  FIRSIV STREKT  DOMINION   EXHIBITION  ���������IMIMIMlUIIUUIIIJJUIIJIIIINIIIIWillllllllllllKIIIIIIBIIIIIilllllMIII'lllllllMMBWWIIIIH ���������IIIIIIIIMWIMITM1  1905���������September 27 to October 7���������1905  -   "       Under the auspices ot the Royal Agricultural  and Industial Society. ,   '  $100,000  NEW WESTMINSTER, B; C.  Stupendous and comprehensive ni ray of Exhibits repiesenting ,  the resources of till Canada. -   ,  IN   PRIZES  AND  " ATTRACTIONS  $100,000  Enlarged Grounds New, Handsome and Spacious Buildings.  WORLD'S   CHAMPIONSHIP  EVENTS  in Rowing and Lacrosse, Horse Racing, Broncho "Busting"  Military Paiudes and Exercises.  ROVAL IRISH GUARDS AND  OTHER FAMOUS BANDS.  GRAND   WATER   CARNIVAL  Pui aile of Eraser River Fishing Fleet. Patrol Boats, II.M. Warships  Indian War Canoes, etc. Indian Sports.  l-'orull information write to W. II, KKAKY, SecruUuy nml MimiiKur, New  Westminster, H.CJ.  i:n Sent.:������.  IMPERIAL BANK OP CANADA  Capital Autliorizod, $-1,000,000.   L'lipltnl 1'iiid Up, ?:i 000000.   Host, f.'I,000,000.  Head Office,' Tokonto, Ontario.  JBrauclies iu tlio Nortliwost Torrittirios, Manitoba, Ontario and Qiioboc.  And   tho following points iu   Uritisli   Columbia:    Craubrook, Golden,  Nolsou, Hovelstoko, Trout Lako, Vancouver and Victoria.  T. R" Merkitt, Prosiilonl. D. R. Wilkie, Vico-Prosidou't aud Gouural Manager.  KD     E. Hay, Assisluul^Cloiioriil UannKer.-. Wi Moffat, Chief Inspector:  Revelstoke Branch, B. C.���������A General Banking Business-Transacted  Savings Dopartinout���������Deposits Rocoivod and Intorost Allowed.  Drafts hold available in all parts of Canada, United Status and Europe.  Special nttontUin (riven to collections. A. E. l'nipps, ManaRer  m  ORIENTAL HOTEL  CT.  ably furnished with the choicest the market :  affords.    Best  Wines,  Liquors, & Cigar's.  Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.  JLLBERT     STOISTE      PEOP.  cijy COUNCIL.  zj".+ ~ ^A'fT'j^ ~^r ' ,i  -' The Council held, a special sitting  Monday. The -Mayor ,- reported ,-Mr.  Gordon had examined.the head of  Bridge Creek, and said that by making  a ditch ������ mile long two' other creeks  could be tuinedcinto the city supply  at a cost of $300.'  Supt.-Kilpati-ick ..said;: the C. P.JR.  would forego their ,'ihtendeoVi-ecord so  the city.could have the supply. They  also proposed to put the hotel, boarding houie, itc.'on the city system, and  would be glad to pay the city for the  use of any water required. As there  wag no permanent scheme on which  the C.P.R. could lcly for a supply  there was no use in the C.P.R. joining  in the matter. If they could not get  the water lequired they would have to  shut down the shops, and that would  be a serious matter for the city.  It was decided to take steps immediately to biing the two cieeks into  .Bridge Cieek, and that the File, Water  and Light Committee be authorised to  arrange with the C. P. R. for the sale  of the overflow."!  REGULAR MEETING.   .  INDIAN VILLAGE :W|PED OUT.          '��������� i      i j  'On'Sunday a Jand slide on. the  Thompson River at Spenco's'Bridge,  threw up a wave which swept out the  .Indian settlement. /The water rose  'five feet over the C. P. R.' track: The  slide was'caused by irrigation. Fourteen Indians Ayere killed'and 25 injured.- .,,       -..     ,      *r^  THE WAR.  1  Prospects, of Peace; .  -M, Witte, the Russian delegate to  the peace conference, says:��������� f  '/"i-'ara doing all I can do for peace  Of "the'eight articles which have  already-been considered,! have yielded  seven. Xo other statesman in Russia  would have dared', to do as 1 ha\c  done upon my own responsibility."  The critical issues, cession of Sakli.i-  lien Island, and the war lndem'niiy,  have yet to be settled.  Meeting held last night. Present:  Mayor, Aid. Foote, Abrahamson, and  McLeod.  COKKi:SPO>'DEKCi:.  Band applying foi. grant of Sfoo.���������  Granted.  Victoria Times claiming if75 for  write-up of city.���������To be paid.  H. Louglieed tendeiing for tarring  Hume.���������Accepted conditionally.  Mrs. Burridge complaining of offensive Creek.���������Aid. Abrahainson recommended clearing creek and Hushing it  out.  Fred Frnscr re clumping ground.���������  To be purcl)H>ccl if appioved by provincial authorities.  TKOUIII.K   IN'   S1CIIIT.  The Mayor reported a survey had  been made by Mr. Smith of Government Street, with the result the sidewalk from the City Hotel was on  private property.' .It -was decided to  get Mr. Smith"to check up the block  surveys, and the opinion "was expressed  this state of,-the* city survey might  lead to serious trouble.       '   '  CITY  OITICIALP.  The Mayor considered Mr. Gordon  should be placed in charge of the  power-house and llunie, and be responsible for them; that Mr.-Lembke should  be in charge of the 'wiriug, lire alarm,  &.c. ; and another", man should "be  appointed to take 'charge of. water  service, thus ensuring defined-.responsibility on the part of the city officials  for the different branches of the city  service.  WHEN TO ADVERTISE.  Now, When You Want to Wake  up Business.  About advertising, John Wan.unak-  er, the millionaire merchant, says:���������  " I do the heaviest aciveitiding" in  .lull times. Then is when people look  more keenly for bargains, anxious to  know how much things cost and wheie  they can save money. I advertise  paiticular things, give'prices, and take  as much pains with my announcement  as I do with my stock. I nevei peunit  my announcem������nts to lag, and never  miss an issue in my chosen publications. Advertising has made my  store���������it will make otheis g>ow'to  enormous proportions. My advice to  merchants, no matter how small, is  advertise and keep everlastingly at it  ���������success is sure."  He might have added "and advertise  in the Kootii.vay Mail.,  JAMES GILL  Was  Released on Suspended  , Sentence. Y-  ,f������mes Gill, former's' of Hevel-'T.ko,  iwis brought before Judge Form foi  speedy dial on a chaige of iippmpti-  ating' funds" of Hyde, Baker, his employer. He pleaded guilty Ao tlie  charge ofrhaving taken |500 and was  released.on suspended sentence., \V.  R. Ross of Ferdic appealed for Gill  and made a strong plea for lieniency.  The money had k been paid buck, Mr.'  Ross said, the previous character 'of  the witness ��������� had been excellent, his  weakness for< ..gambling being, the  cause.of 'the,, present1- trouble.������,. Judge  Forin severely leotur'ed'Gill and said  that under the circumstances he would  suspend sentence; so that if' Gill behaved himself for the future it would  be all, right, otherwise^it would, go  hard with him.'      *  -   --;    We have iust closed one of the most  ,.   : ���������������������������'.        i   ��������������� - J    ���������'������������������<*  .'successful sales we have ever had.,,, Ik was  ''   ' ' - '*    ���������/'  certainly-a baryain g-ivcr.    ,   ��������� ' .  >���������  We arc now. opening up a lot of new  "goo'tls andour store will again present-ah  ���������   .'   '  '     "     ' ' "      '   ,' k ' ','..'      r   ,  air of: nothing but new,"foods.    Oursam--  _ pies  for Clothing" are now here,' and "our  wardrobes ' are - full, oP flew clothing���������ail  the up to-date  costumes.    Come and see-  for yourself. ' ,    '" ( , '''  J. ���������G. MACDONALD "  r *   -  FHK. UP-TO-DATE CL'OTHIER  o   I  PAYMENTS.  ' HOT? TIIK UNION CIGAR is a  cool proposition, at BROWN'S CIGAR  STORK.  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  The Province of To-Day.  \V. R. Mclnnes, C.P.R. freight manager, says:���������, t  "Therejs a develowmcnt going on  concerning which little has been fc.iiil  T lefer to Hiitish 'Columbia, which is  going ahead at a wonderful rate The  unlimited lcsomses of that countiy  are just starting their output. Thry  have tho foicsis, lninei.ils, fruit .mil  farming lands, with excellent and over  increasing facilities to get the pioduce  to market. All kinds of business is  improving in British Columbia. The  increase in the pi ice of copper mid the  paying markets foi silvei and lend  hold out splendid prospects for the  Pacific piovince. Along- the K, & N.  lino on Vancouvci .Island, which the  Canadian Pacific has recently acquired,  there is plenty of coal and timber, and  in fact thioughout the province the  indications aie such that the country  will boom \ery nipidly."  Another Carload of Furniture just arrived.    Carpets, Linoleums, '  Oilcloths, etc.    Sewing Machines, Heintzman'Pianos.  R. HOWSON & CO, FURNITURE DEALERS AND EMBALMERS.  r  Chamberfain's Cough Remedy  Aids Nature.  Medicines that aid natuie arc always most ell'ectuiil. Ohambei Iain's  Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It  allays the cough, relieves' the lungs,  aids expectoration, opens the  secretions, nnd aids' nature in restoring the system to a healthy  condition.    Sold by all druggists.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., LTD  HEADQUARTERS   IN  KOOTENAY FOR  ,  ,     Paints, Oils, General Hardware, Sporting Goods,  Saw Mill Supplies, All Lines of Granite and  Tinware, Plumbing and Tinsmithino-.  Repair Work Done & Estimates Given  MAIL ORDERS KECErVE PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION-  Four Iinonii OiorStore.To Lot. 'PHONE   35.   "*     ' I  rVBURNS'& CO.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  ^^^BB^Calgary, Alberta  r  COLUMBIA RIVER CANYON, REVELSTOKE, ii. C.  W.M  THE MOLSONS BANK  lticoriormod by Act of Parliament, 15.13.  HEAD OFFICE, - -   ��������� MONTREAL.  , Mcjusun MAcriiiiitsu.v, Pros. S. H. ISwino, Vice-Pres.  Jamkh Elliot, General Manager."       - :  Capital paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  l'A-crytliing in   way of banking  business transacted  without unnecessary delay.,  Interest credited twice a year nt, current  rates on .Savings 3ank  deposits.  W. H.  PBA'IT, Manager,  Rkvelstoke, B. C.  REVELSTOKE, B: C.  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.    ' .  Newly built.  ���������  First-class in every respect.     All modern conveniences,  i Large Sample Rooms.  Rates $1.50 per Day. Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under  same   management THE KOOTENAY MAIL  (Jr.  k     <*'  Gbe IRo&fenas flfoail  PUBLISHED   SATURDAY.  ���������AT���������    '  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  .    SUBSCRIPTION    RATES.  Including po-tnK������ to KiikIiiikI. Unitcil Slates  . ,   . nnd CiiiiikIii.  Hv ihc rear [through i>o������tolHeo]     S-.im  Half ' ,    "      '4}  (JiiRfKr " " i "      .,        '���������"  InciiiihhK Christmas Mini v<a. o.xlra.  ADVERTISING   KATES.  Measurement; Xonpnricl (12 lines make one  liichl. Preferred portions. '->.> per cent,  ailililional. Hirlh-., Marriages and Dent lis,  Xc. each insertion. All ntlverMionienU  iiibjccc tolhe approval of die innii.'iKuiiiont.  ' Wanted and Coi;den-cd Advertisements:���������  Agenw Wanted, Help Wanted, Sltn.iLioiis  ������anwsl, , Situation*! Vacant, Tencliciy  Wanted, Mechanics Wanted, 10 words or  ' less 25c., ench additional word, two eonK  - Changiu! in standing advertisement*, must  , bo in oy 9 a. m. Thursday of each week to  secure good display. Suinding advertising  matter will bechanged Iwicoamonth without   extra   charge.     For  more  frequent  ' alterations the time occupied in mating  samo will be charged at usual ratoB.  JOB PRINTING promptlycxccuted at reasonable rates.      t ' t '   ,  TEBMS���������Cash.   Subscriptions payable In ad  . vance.  CORRESPONDENCE invited on matters of  public interest. Communication)! to Editor mu������t be accompanied by name of  writer, not neccnMirily for publication, but  as evidence of good faith. Correspondence  phould be brief.'   ���������     ' '     <  ' We request our numerous readers to  favor us with thelp assistance In  making the KOOTENAY MAIL, tho  most valuabloadvertlslns-modlum  In tho Kootenays by giving' ' tho  preference when making purchases ' to those firms who are  peg-ular advertisers In the KOOT"  'ENAYMJ^L.        c  DB  MORRISON,  DENTIST.  " Ok kick : '  THE   NEW   LA.WKKNCK' HLOCIC,  McKenzie Avenue.      i  EDWARD A. HAGGEN,  , ���������, ��������� ��������� ���������-��������� fUv3:,.a  >    ..Mining Engineer,  ' (Mom.' American Institute Min ng Engineers)  . ' <       (Mem. Canadian Mining   . titutc.)  Revelstoke, B. U.   ,        ,  Examination, of arid reports on Mineral Pro-  . ,        '- perties a Specially.  TjUG H   S. r- OA ,YLE Y,  Barrister and Solicitor.  "OFFICE���������Corner-' of First Street iinil  Y'Boyle Avenue, Revelsloke, B. O." ...  HARVEY, McCARTER  -   ' t 'AND PINKIIAM,  barristers, solicitors, etc.  Office's :   Molsonb   Bank   Block,   Revkl-  ,  8T0KE, II. C.  Money to loan.  '   Offices: Kovelstoke, B. C; Fort Steele, B. C.  Geo. 8. McCarter,  A. M. Pinkham,  Revelstoke, B. C.  J. A. Harvey,     ,  ,  Fort Steele, B. C.  J. M. Scott, LL.B."\ W. I. Briggs.  iCOTT   AND   BRIGGS  S1  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Money" to Loan  Solicitors for Mol'sons Bank  First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.  .{TbeVfkootena^flfeaU  "(UNION  SATURDAY, AUGUST 19,-1905. '  r ��������� =_i���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.   The mining outlook was never  better than now. Silver has risen  another point and -is now within  one point of 60 cents. Electrolytic  copper is quoted at 15g@loJ, the  highest point in over a year: Lead  also gained another point on the  London market.  FIRES.  On Monday two lire alarms were  rung in ,within ,a short, time of one  another. One, was nliout 8 .'10 p.m.,  wlion 11 lirehrolceout neiir (lie Bowman  Lumber Go's mill. The Mayor got the  brigade out, but (lie lire proved beyond  the reach of the huso. The provincial  authorities' then sent out men"to keep  the lire in check.  Half an hour Inter lire' broke out in  S. McMiiIioii'b blacksmith shop on  First "street. The brigade turned out  promptly and did splendid service,  thanks to- the excellent pressure of  wafer. The lire appears to have started in the wall behind the forge, but  nothing was seen of it till a tongue of  flame shot through tho building. The  cause is unknown. The fire 'made  headway in the upper lloorof the shop,  damaging that and a quantity of carriages and imiilements. Some of the  stock was saved. Much sympathy is  felt for Mr McMuhon in his, misfortune  The building and stock were covered  by insurance���������.1* 1,000 on the building  and $2,000 on the stock, but Mr. Mc  Million's loss is considerable over  these amounts. The risks were held  by the Revelstoke Insurance, Agency,  and F. li'. Lewis was appointed by the  companies involved to adjust the risk,  which' lie promptly did. '  NAKUSP.  HON. SENATOR S. A. BERNIER  Purchases a New Scale Williams Piano.  Among the visitors at the Fairyc.S;-  terday were the Hon. Senator'and  Mrs'. S. A. Bcrnicr. With no previous  intention of' purchasing a musical instrument', and decided only hy the obvious merits of the celebrated New  Scale Williams Piano, 'exhibited by  The Williams Piano Company, 'the  honorable senator, after an inspection  of this showing',telep'honed for a musical expert, and, after his examination,  with no further, preliminaries, ordered  one of these magnificent instruments  sent to his residence. The piano selected,was a French burl walnut case  of the English Renaissance design.  -, "We arc much pleased with our New-  Scale Piano," said Mr. E: C Scythes,  in charge of the exhibit.' -'Jt is with-  out questionithe acme of present day  piano' construction.���������-Winnipeg Free  Press, July 27.  Revelstoke,Agent,   Revelstoke ���������,Insurance Agency. -        ':.-.,,  DOMINION EXHIBITION.  Although the time, is now too  short we trust an effort will be  made to get up a'programme for  the celebration of Labor Day. What  really should be clone is to arrange  a trades procession with floats,  followed by a good sports program  andentertainment in theevening. It  would be well if the Mayor convened a' meeting immediately to  consider the matter.  . We congratulate Hon. .Senator  Templeman on his decision to make  a tour of the province, with a view of  ascertaining thepublicrequiremen Is  and representing them to Ottawa  so that steps may.be taken by the  Laurier government to meet, the  needs of the people. That is the  way to keep a government in touch  with public-opinion, and Senator  Templeman's advanced action will  be appreciated by Liberal? and  Conservatives alike. The course he  has taken will make his position as  a minister of the crown particularly-  valuable to the province at Ottawa.  We congratulate the city council  on their promptitude in taking  steps to improve the city water  supply by adding two more creeks  to Bridge Creek. Jf this will treble  the supply as stated it will be a  valuable addition to the present  supply. Every effort .should also  be made to meet the demands, of  the C. F. R. shops. This is the  most important industry in the  city, and the city should not be  lacking in any help that can he  given towards improving the water  supply to keep the shops running.  With the Dominion .'Exhibition just  six weeks away the various committees  that/have to do with ihe elaborate  arrangements aie working overtimein  order to have their work all completed  so that it will lcquire only the pressing  of a button to set everything in fid I  swing at Westminster on the morning  of Sept. 27^  Scores, of artisans and laborer?- are  busy on the site of the 1!)0"5 National  Fair and nearly all work has developed  into the stage where the finishing  touches arc the only worries. The old  provincial exhibition grounds, on  which so many successful fairs have  been held under the auspices 'of the  Royal Agricultural and Industrial  Society, have been greatly enlarged  and with the many alterations and  improvements will, for beauty, surpass  anything of the kind in Canada.  The new buildings, which lepresent  the latest ideas and best skill in architecture, together with the expenditure  of $35,000, are now in the hands-of  the painters and decorators whose  schemes promise the most attractive  results. i ' ..-,,-'  The space in the buildings is ample  to accommodate a stupendous array  of exhibits representing all that is of  interest in the products and manufactures oi Canada and the extreme  limit of this, space will be occupied.  The British Columbia exhibits of  horticulture, floriculture, agriculture,  live stock, fi=h,game, timber, minerals,  etc., will bean eye-opener to all who  are not in constant touch with every  center and corner of the province, anil  it will I*; a revelation to visitors from  other parts of the Dominion and the  world. Nearly every fruit growing  district in the province���������and there are  about thirty of them���������will make its  be.-t showing, which means an amazing display of what i.* destined to bo  oneof British Columbia'.1 mo<<t important resources.  The sports, spectacular and musical  events will be in keeping with the  general nature of the great exhibition.  ',   i       I'Voin Our Own  Com'-poii'luiif.,  Mr., and Mis.', Robt. C'loiidoiiiiing  have left on a trip to Portland.  The tug t'ieo. F. I'iper, of Comaplix,  with a party of twenty ladies, and  gentlemen, spent 'a few hours here  Sunday.        . ''  J I. J ngrani, locomotive foreman heie,  left Tuesday' for Kholt. His family  expects to follow him shortly.  Mr. Anthony, of Winnipeg, Mr.'  Ingram's'succetsor, arrived ''Monday.  He is a broiher of-the foreman of the  Bcvclstoke "shops.  L. J. Edwards spent "a few days in  Vancouver last week.   ;. ���������,  Miss Grenfell apent a, Tew days in  town the guest of .Mrs. L. J. Edwards.  She was alio bidding good-by to her  many   friends as she  is   leaving  for  Trail next week.  .. ,  W. Scott received a. cable announcing ,thc safe arrival of Mrs. Scott and  Mis. MeNaught in the old land.  ' Capt. McLennan, of the .steamer  Rossland, is oil' duty at.present on  account  of  the serious  illness of  his  wife.   ' '   . '  . .      .     . .  Under the able management'of Jus.  Morrison rapid progress is being maile  with the i'oad to,Box Lake.  '  ARROWHEAD  ; I'Vom our own correspondent.' '  Mr. and Mrs.-T. L. Ludgatc, Mrs.  John Ludgatc, Mrs. John Aimstrong  and Mr. W. B���������W. Armstrong were the  guests of the Bowman Lumber,, Company on .Sunday,1 when the steamer,  Piper was the means .of a pleasant  trip to Nakusp.'  A severe storm blew over Upper Ar-'  row Lake on:Moi/ihiy nignt and caused  those with property along the shore  considerablo anxiety .until it abated  about midnight. Beyond1 the sinking  of the Shorty no serious'damage'is reported^ . a '_v_-  u Mrs. W/'B. W. Armstrong is visiting  Mr. and Mrs. Mundy at' Three Valley  'Mrs. Frank,L. Giles-'and daughter  of Belliiigha.-n, Wash., are spending a  few weeks in town, and may decide to  take up their residence here. Mr.  Giles was formerly foreman in, the  .Big Bond Lumber Company's plaining  mill and now,occupies a similar position with the' Arrowhead Lumber  Company. t ..'     - " '  \ A bush fire which at one time  threatened to do considerable damage  to valuable timber has been burning  since Monday in Galena Bay. Owing  to the combined efforts of the settlers  and a number 'of men' from0 town,  aided by a few showers of rain, it has  been confined s.o far to the> Genelle  limits, which have already been cut,  over.  LUMBERING.  .  LUMBER COMBINE.  Reorganisation Proposed.  'Calgary, Aug. Hi���������Because of the  recent cut i.f coabt lumber ^ mills 'in  shiplap'aud loiigh dimension ' lumber  into Northwest ' points, , the Britib'i  Columbia mountain mills have decided  to make a further endeas or to combine  for the purpose of prohction.  ., Their desire is to form a selling'pool  with hoadijuai'ters in Calgary, and to  this end a meeting of the ,representatives'oL all, the mountain mills 'has  been called to take place .here on October 2. ,   '  '  If arrangements should be satisfactorily anangeil at this meeting, the  management of the selling pool' may  be enabled' to enter, into a general  price agreement with the coast' mills  in regard to the Northwest market.  At the meeting 'of mountain mill  representatives.' early in the present  month, the proposed selling arrange  meiit fell through for the reason that  while 'all 'interested   professed  to  be  willing to enter  into the. deal,.'none  1 ,   11,   (.  would do so when it'eanic to an actuiri  showdown on,the signing of documents. ���������   ,  Since this met ting ,the coast mills  made this out and the 'mountain men  , > t r y  have been brought to a realization  that if they 11 re to ictai'n their business  east of the mountains, they must take  steps to prut cut themselves and at the  same lime leai-h an understanding  with the coast, lumber interests.     , " '  ,,,,CHIPS.     '-    *  Duluth people'are taking up 23  squareniiles of timber on north fork  of Kettle River. '  The Province created a sensation hy  publishing a sfatejiient thai the Provincial government ' intends taxing  timber holding.- to" the- extent of  1100,000! There must l>c some mist-ke  about, this as-Section,,20 of the Act  exempts from property lax timber and  coal lands held under lease or license.  BANKING.  a ���������     '  The Imperial1 Bank and .Bank of  Co'niinercc swooped - down 1 almost  simultaneously on Cobalt, Ont. The  Commeicc got there Wednesday afternoon and started doing business, in a  tent. The' Imperial arrived next  morning, and went the Commerce one  better by starting' up business'in a  shack.'     '   '"  RAIL AND STEAMER. -  -  The railway employees 'have subscribed to date .^{.SIO towards 'the  V. M. C. A. building fund.  Jim Mill' proposes building 1000  miles of railways into the Canadian  North-west.  The C.P.R. arc rebuilding the whole  of the bridges on the A. and K. branch.  The work is being done under supervision of,Foreman J. Fraser.  " At the annual meeting of tlie Canadian Pacific 'Railway there was ., surplus of -f 1,78-1,003 Crtrried forward after  declaring a half yearly dividend of  three per cent, on common stock and  two per cent.on preferred. The figures  are: gross earnings $50, ISi.SM, working expenses $35,670,091. net income  $18,04-1,115, less fixed charges $7,',i54,-  00(i, dividends 0.875,000.  C. !'. K. sleeks rracl.fd HiO last  week, the highest point in their history.  The New Scale Williams Pianos  "The' New Scale "Williams'Pianos  arc very much iu evidence, at the Fair.  Their exhibit is very arti-tic. and the  instri nii'iit- shimn'an- probably the  finest that, have ever lu'on abown in.  Western Canada, \\liich includes a  great variety of 'styles, l'rnliably the  most attractive of tiicgroup is a daintily hand-carved ' Ike-icli I-Jmpirc design, enamelled in pale green, tinted  with gold. The attendants at the exhibit aie kept constantly busy demonstrating the new scale. Xo cue should  miss this exhibit."���������Winnipeg Free  Press, July 2-1.  Revelstoke   Agent,  Revelstoke   Insurance Agency.  LACROSSE.  A game of lacrosse has been arranged  between the Vernon Intermediate  lacrosse team and Revelstoke, to he  played here on Labor Day.  POLITICAL.  John Oliver, M.I'.P., will a������k at the  next session of the legislature for the  appointment of a eommis.-iion to investigate all den Im in hindi on Is'aien  island, including the grant of 10,000  acres to the Grand Trunk I'aoilif:  Railway.  Hon. G. H. V. Bnlyea, will paobably  be the first governor of Alcerta, am  Hon. A.'M. Forget, the present governor of the Northwest, will continue as  governor ofiSaskatchewan, '  Cured of Lame Back After 15  Years of Suffering  "1 had been troubled with lame  back for fifteen years and I found a  complete, recovery in the use of  Gli.intherlain'.-, I'.iin B ilm." says John  (i. 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Kootenay Mail  Publishing Co.,  Limited, Revelstoke, B. C.  <j.. _..  -.i THE KOOTENAY'MAIL  <j..  _..  ^fen  ' 'Royai Household  is in a class by itself,  Flour that gives half nourishment and  double work to digest is not good flour.  dige  Cheap and inferior flour gives/trie  jestive organs double work and  half pay���������'���������inferior flours contain indigestible waste��������� \, ' ������ '' ' ' ',  ���������this waste must' first ' be overcome  by nature,���������that means extra digest-}  r- ive' work.    ' ,  '   ; '   '  ���������    - Indigestibles 'destroy the,nutriment  "' of flour,; .therefore poor  flour' gives  jn'ore work, and less nutriment to the  'system.    /;'-���������/  -' - Royal Househpld'Flour is in a class  by itself���������it is' the only realty  pure  -.-flour���������and, it .is  pure, because, i t. is  '"' purified. and sterilized - by- electricity.-  ���������it is "the most easily 'digested and  .most'nourishing because it  is abso-  .,'lutcly pure/. '.  ';���������.*,*  . -\r . . "  -''- The  moment. a --woman  puts  her  "hands into ' " Royal Household-", she  ���������knows it is'a finer flour than site ever -���������  used' before." ,'���������  1 o  \\  Social & Personal.  ' Mrs. F. B'. Lewis returned Sattirday  1 ro m the coast.    ' a  .  Rev. J. K. Robertson leaves Monday  for his home at Grand Fork. '- n  Mrs.' George has been spending the  week at St. Leon.   - ��������� 'c'   -;, -,  .Miss Paget is visiting Vancouver  *nud Victoria.     ' '  ���������  ��������� T. Jk Lendnini,, of the Revelstoke  Land Co., is expected to arrive in the  city tomorrow. -  G. S. McCarter, went to Golden this  week to sec some copper discoveries up  the Columbia River.  J: A. Schubert has been appointed  postmaster at Penticton vice A. II  Wade.  Miss McConnell has arrived from  Sault St. Marie on a visit to her sister.  Mrs. E. C. Fromey.  Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Drew arc leaving  Camborne to take up their residence  nt Vancouver.  camp that the meeting appointed a  committee consisting of C. F.' Lind-  mark, Dr. Gerry, Wm. Skinner, J. A.  Wood, C. II. M. Sutherland and Dr.  Osterhout, to make all -necessary  arrangements for the establishment  of an. annual . summer school of  "missions at this point,  Mr. and Mrs.'S. A. Mundy and children and .Miss Hebblewhite, -who have  been, spending summer at Three  Valley; will return east in September.  Mr. Schooniuiike'r,who was in charge of  the,,company's business last winter,  will return shortly.'  Mr. and Mrs. B. li. Atkins have been  at St. Leon since last week, the trip  having been made for the benefit ��������� of  tho health of Mr. Atkins, who has not'  been well of late. His many friends  will be glad to learn he is benefitting  considerably by the change.  Big-hearted Jim McDonnell, contractor for the Nicola railway, arrived  at.Spence's Bridge at 3 a.m. the night  of the disaster to the Indian village,  but would not rest till  he had ascer-  MINING MATTERS  ��������� SILVER DOLLAR.  [.MlNEll]  The Miner man  paid a visit to mill  site of the  El wood   Tinworkers  Gold  Mining  Co., and ',was agreeably  impressed with what he saw; it   was certainly a scene of  much'  activity.    A  gang of men were at work drilling and  blasting out the high bank of Mohawk  creek,   in   order   to  secure   bedrock  foundation,for the machinery  that is  to  be, installed   for   abstracting  the  values from and reducing the ore that  will be mined at the Silver Dollar mine  and brought down to the mill over an'  aerial tram for a distance of one and  one-half miles.   Another force "of men  are getting out logs for the sa.wniill.Ori  the opposite bank,of the creek stands  the sawmill   which   has. been   doing  good work, judging by the  large piles  of newly-sawn lumber  that are standing ltrouncK   The sawmill is complete  and is driven by a pelton water wheel,'  the water  being brought  to the mill  through   large ^wooden   pipes. .  The  lumber- is to -be used .for building a  large Hume through   which water will  be conducted for  the purpose of driving the  water  wheels  that will  give  motive    power   to " the   compressor,  stampimll and   other niachinery.'.,; A  force of carpenters is now framing the  timbers'and 'plunks that will   be used  in the  construction of-the flume. ,A  commodious   bunk   house   has' been  built, unci "the cook  house'enlarged.  Through    the . courtesy   ,pf'' George  Lemon, -the   plan   of the   mill   was  looked over. ' .,  The'lead hns'been'driven into for a  distance.of 22ft, and therwall has not  been reached 'yet; The Jast'few, feet  was driven in galena of apparently a  pretty good grade. The new blacksmith shop"and~ air receiver shed is  being built at the mine under the  direction of Pete Zoro.  of oxidation i.i pa.-M-d, ir will be a li'ip"-  lead mine, the atbays giving 0!) per  cent of that metal. Should the ore  be tieati d'oii the tpot, tin old tu\ui-iii>  of Seymour will again be the teat of  activity; hiitory will repeat itself as-  lias happened more than once in thi-  l-rovince. The future progress of the  new mining district will be, watched  with'keen interest.  A   ilOI.IIMY   Till)'.  In the old days of the Big Bend ex-  citment the''thousands that'Mocked  in went either by trailalong Shuswap  Lake or by ��������� water to Seymour, then  by trail over the divide to the Columbia  river. The steamer Marten was built"  at Kamloops by~"the Hudson Bay  Company expressly for the traflic and  carried'the, majority of miners, though'  many went in canoes' and row boatB.  There is no more charming scenery to  be feund in British Columbia1, and  6uch a,trip would be a capital short  holiday for those who would like to  get away for a few days.  mmmimmmmmmm  MINNEAPOLIS  ,;WRiT������Yi'iT'';''/A: ""  k:sHjpYk  tained that  everything  possible  had  Alex. Cummins has been appointed 'been ,c|one  f01-  the  survivors  of the  catastrophe. '  Mr. and Mrs. ������. Corning arrived in  the city Monday from their honeymoon trip, and met with an ovation  from their' friends. On Wednesday  the Eagles .mustered in force and  made Mr. and Mrs. Corning a, handsome presentation of an illuminated  address.and silver.tea service and'eom-  plete table service, selected from the  stock of the Lawrence Hardware Co.,  Ltd. The address is iik pretty piece of  work by Mr. Orchard, showing an  eagle soaring to its haven of rest and  refuge. The presentation was made  by Mayor Brown on behalf of the  Eagles, and several congratulatory  speeches were made.  postmaster at Ferguson. The appoint-  ' ment is a very popular one.  Miss Hislop arrived from Winnipeg  Sunday, to enter on her duties on the  teaching staff of the city school.  J. Caley has received word that Mr,  and Mrs. J. Caley arrived safely in  I reland after a sevea days tt ip across  the Atlantic.  . Miss Smith, daughter of Mrs. A. M,  Smith, intends returning to Toronto  next week to resume her course at the  Conservatory of Music.  Mr. Boyson of Cedar Rapidi, is on a  visit to the city, and is the guest of J.  II. Morrison. He will look into some  timber investments while here.  J. McCrum, of Bradford, Pa., who  is interested in the Mundy Lumber  Company, arrived'Saturday on a visit  to the company's mill at Three Valley.  Mr. W. M. Brown, president of tlie  Revelstoke and McCullough Creek  Hydraulic Mines, left Monday for  Duluth, to attend a meeting of the  company.  On Wednesday the Ladies Aid of St.  Andrew's Church held a garden party,  at which about .$20 was realised. The  grounds were prettily decorated and  the Band provided the music.  .1. Sanderson, accompanied by Mes-  damca lledetrom and Lund, visited  the cave last week, and Mr. Sanderson  says the trip was one of the most enjoyable of his lifetime, the scenery  being iimong.sl, the linest he Iiiih Heen.  The mission camp at. Tappcn Siding  broke up Thiusday. During its existence 200 people visited the camp, and  the outing proved most enjoyable.  Rev. C. H. M. ..Sutherland was one'of  the most active organisers of tho camp.  So dclighled were, the members with  the possibilities of Tappcn as u summer  CHURCHES.  St. Fktek's.���������Ninth Sunday after  Trinity. Services as follows: Holy  Communion at 8 a.m., fecrvices as  usual at 11 a. m. and 7-30 p. m.  St. Andrew's.���������Services at 11 a. in.  and 7-30 p. m.  Knox Church.���������Rev. J. R. Robertson will preach at 11 a. in. and 7-30  p. in. Evening subject: "The meaning  of the cross of Christ."  Mkthodist.���������Services conducted by  the Pastor, Rev. C. JI. M. Sutherland.  Subjects: a. m., "The Christian's  reasonable service;" p. m., "An appropriate prayer."  CARD OF THANKS.  Mr. and Mrs. Aman wish to return  thanks to the many kind friends who  so ably assisted them in their late sorrow': and to those who so kindly sent  Mowers.    ,  DROP  STORE.  IN   AT BROWN'S CIGAR  SEYMOUR TRAIL     .  The Mining Excitement at Seymour Recalls the Big Bend  1 Excitement. "       ',  SayB the Sentinel:��������� ,  ��������� Not since tl)e collapse of the "Big  Bend excitement of 1865-6 have so  many people .congregated at the old  townsite of Seymour, at' the head of  Seymour Arm, and trodden' the trail  that ���������' served ' thousands ' of fortune  hunters as they made their way to  and from the El Dorado on the Columbia and its gold laden tributaries.  The location of the numerous mineral  claims on,what is the most pronounced  ,, ,*-     , ,   . i-    . -.'.'-, ,  and best defined  vein in the  province  is  responsible for'the resurrection  of  the  old  trail.     Scores  of, men  have  already made  their way  to   the. new  strike and more ������0 in with-every   trip  the little  steamer  makes  from  Sica-  nious Junction on Shuswap Lake.  the or.u, TRAIL.  ' The old trail is but- little overgrown  with-new growth of underbush, but  fallen timber makes travelling irksome  in places. The old log .bridges are in  most'cases just as firm,,and sound as  the day they were put in, and even on  'the,large branch of the Seymour river,  the abutments of the bridge are in  good condition though the superstructure has long 6ince been swept  away. In the valley at the head of  arm there is a considerable extent of  excellent land suitable for mixed farming and fruit culture, though the  greater part of it is, it is understood,  held by absentees who also have the  timber rights. The, quality of the  timber in that section is of the finest,  the cedar, fir and other trees reaching  large dimensions. '  CAKIIiOO hunting cikounij.  Upon passing through the heavy  timber and reaching the higher ground,  the growth becomes more open and  great stretches of wild pasture lands,  knee deep in luxuriant grasses,'greet  the eye and afford feeding grounds for  large herds of cariboo This is a favorite hunting ground where the  Indians resort for deer, and they have  been very reticent about the presence  of mineral in > that neighbourhood,  many claiming they knew years ago  of what is now termed the new galena  strike but said nothing about it as  they did not want the white men to  know of the cariboo hunting to.be had;  they wanted that for themselves.  Tilt:   GALENA   VEIN.  There arc already over eight miles of  claims staked on the great galena  vein and many of the prospectors who  arc in that section, will no doubt Mini  their attention t6 the surrounding  hills and it is more than possible other  discoveries uf importance will be made  before tho snow drives the prospector  out of the mountain.". A vein 2,000  feet deep and proved to be more than  three mile.- long is not found every  day. Whethci it will prove all its  owners hope or not depends upon so  many things that it is somewhat premature to make a forecast, but it is  very."-probable that works may be  erected for the local treatment of the  ore. Even if the gold and silver values  should prove to be low when the limit  DRIFTS.  '  F. W.  Smith was' killed by  falling  down a chute at the   St. Eugene mine  on Saturday., '        -      '        j   '���������  *   < (.  Messrs, McKay, Strutt and Downing  have  tapped   the   lead   on. the   Old  Homestead "on Mohawk' Creek  by  a  tunnel at a depth of 100 feet.   This is  one of tliD  most promising,' properties  in tlie Lardeau.  " A1 15-ft ledge)  carrying galena and  grey copper, .has been   struck on ,the  Surprise Group on Goat Mountain.  W. F.. Cochrane,  president, of  the  Great  Northern   Mines,' Lid.,   states  the   company   intends   working   the  Oyster-Criterion .  continuously "and  ti *- _  ,     . -  considerable development work will be  'clone in the near future.   lie expresses  great faith in the future of the Oyster  Criterion.' '' , ���������  , W. ,7. Fethaway, formerly of British"  Columbia,- has sold a mine he recently  located in North Ontario forf!)i225,0U0.  PAINTS  1 t J  Made by The British America  Paint Company.  This Company Is Now Turning  Out a  Splendid; Line  of  Finished Paints, and  Varnishes.  Some people imagine the manufacture of paint is a very simple matter,  not being aware that in many cases  four, five or six ' processes, *' and as  many different machines, are employed in producing and finishing a  number of commercially well-known  paints. This'company are manufacturers of all chemical colors, prepared  oils, varnishes, japans, amalgamating,  grinding and finishing those ready for  the market.   ���������  Raw materials come from the world  over���������turpentine from the Southern  States white lead from England, oxides of iron from Eastern Canada,  varnish gums from. New Zealand, linseed oil from London,* by special ar'-'  rangement with crushers of'-Calcutta"  seed (admittedly the best); buying, as  they do, at iirst hand, they are enabled  to give their clients the best value  possible, besides satisfying them that  the article offered is as represented,  and not finished from' semi-manufactured materials of foreign production.  The many advantages of using liquid  paint are now wel^known and universally admitted. The company's special  brand is the "Elephant,". They are  carefully tested boforc shipment foi  covering power, durability, baldness  and appearance.  W. M. Lawrence has had his residence on McKenzieavcnue beautifully  painted with the ready mixed paints  supplied by the British America Taint  Company, for whose products the  Lawrence Hardware .Compauy are  local agents. Piominent colors have  been selected, the body being yellow,  witli dark green trimmings, and red  for the roof. The work was done by  II. Siegfried, on whom it redacts high  credit.  All Honors Taken.  That honor should be given where  honor is due was evidently recognized  by the judges at Winnipeg Exhibition  this year. The New Scale Williams  Pianos were granted the highest possible award of all instruments exhibited  and the award was certainly a popular  one as far as public opinion and appreciation was shown.  Visitors lo Winnipeg Fair weic  unanimous iu declaring the exhibit of  the New Scale Williams 1'iniion the  best thing they ��������� had ever been. The  number of handsome designs shown  could not bo excelled iu artistic excellence and the solid quality of the  instruments themselves as wasicpeat-  edly demonstrated, compelled admiration froin all true music lovers.  Revelstoke Agent,' Revelstoke Insurance Agency.  Private funds to loan on real estate  security, Apply to Scott and Briggs,  Barristers, Revelstoke, B. C.  YLGIN OR WALTHAM <M en  4-OZ SOLID SILVERINE CASE, V"U7V  I; st, and damn ]iiunf. filled with the very ljc-t  -, en jowi lied Elgin ������r ' Wiiltliiim movement,  --> n wind and ;-cl,and n.lj'-oliitcly guaranteed for  i .e ye.-u--. Also .1 be.'uaiful claim Willi each  .' 'tch for tlie next.;110days,. All complete. J(i..'A.  !��������� oing it beliovinn. Cm. thit or.tand .-end it. to us  w, Hi your name, Tost Otliee and Express Oflleo  address, and wo will send Lhe Watch and Chain  to you foroxaniin.itioii. If you Mud it'as rcpie-  scnlcd, pay agent tlieainoiiut and e-cpress. cliiiifsei, ni.d Watch,and Chain, are your-. 'I������'j-ou  wish to siii'c paying the e\-pres-i charges send 1 1 the full amount, and we will forward to you  Watch and chain hy mail, all charge- prepaid. If you older C.O.I), a deposit of SO cents is re-  quirelas a mullet- of good faith, which amount ������ill he deducted from your bill. Order at once  as this* tier may not appear again.    When writing mention this paper.  . ,   E. WAGNER & CO'.. ,163'Cordova Street, Vancouver, .B. C.  1 ' It ' ^ < -it  Mecahnics, Farmers, Sportsmen  ' To heal and soften tlie skin a nil", re-,  move grease, oil and rust stains, paint  and earth, etc , use' >the "Master.. Mechanic's Tar Soap., Albert Toilet Soap  Co., manufacturers. .'  '  OCEAN*. STEAMSHIPS.  '     Kayal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  ALLAN LINK���������Kroni Montreal. .  Virginian'...' ^ lune Zi  Tunisian     .' June 30  Victorian Inly 7  IUv.u-ian Inly II  CAN. PAC. ATLANTIC S. S.���������Krom Montreal  Montrose .'..-.     ...lune 21  ijilku Michigan     July 1  Mount.Temple Inly ii  DOMINION LINK-1'rom Montreal.  rCensington luneil  Canada July I  Southward '������������������  ���������  .July 8  Dominion Jul} IS  AMBHIOAN LINK-From New York.  Philadelphia...! '...- I line 21  St. Paul  Inly I  New York..'. : Mil} 8  St. Louis July 1.)  WniTK STAR LINK-Ifrom New York.  Teutonic Mine 23  Oceanic Inly .1  Majestic     July 12  Ced Ic I uly 1!)  ,(JUNARI) LINK���������Kiom New York.  ICtriina  June 21  Campania Inly 1  Umbrlu Julys  Laconia July 11  Passengers ticketed through to nil  parts of  Great Britain and Ireland, and at specially low  rates to all parts of  the European continent.'  Apply to nearest railway or steamship agent 01  to  T.   W. BRADSHA.W. Agout,   It ive' -.tolco  W. P. F   CUMMINOS,   Pao.'Hc   Afiont  HENRY'S NDSSERIES  NHW CROP  1IO.MI5 CIIIOWN  AND, IMI'OllTHI)  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT  AiS'ID OIlNAiUHNTAL. Til KISS   ,,  KIIODOUHNDRO.VH,    ItOSHS,    CillKKN-  IIIJUSU  AND   HARDY   PLANTS  fur Spring planting.  Cut Flowers, Floral Designs, etc  BKI3 IIIVUS ANUSUPl'LfK.S.  OFHIITIUSRHS.  BusliTii  prices or less     WliiLit  labor.  U.il.alojrue free.  Buy Direct���������Save Agent's Commission  M. J. HENRY,  3010 \Vi'sl,ininsl.ur   Kn.ul  VANCOUVER,       -      -        M. CJ.  Loeal  Agent   Wanted  AT OiVCIO KOR  " Canada's Greatest Nurseries"  Klip till" town ill' Rl'Vclstnkr  ami suiriPiiinliiiK count rv,  which will In- ti'sci'Vi'd I'or the  pfoht. ni.-iii. Si a 11, now ni tin'  la'sl Milling M-iison, anil h.million)' NIOW HRKOIAI/I'IKS nn  LIBKRAIi TKRMS. Wiit.c  I'id- particulars, anil send 25c  fur our hanilsoiui1  Aluminum   Pocket   Miorosrope,  (a Utile U'l'lll) useful I"  Kariiiui-n in i;N.Unihiii(f .-.ooln and Ki.iin.s,  Orclmriliflsi ���������     "       ��������� li-ocsforlNsucl.M,  Gai-denei'M        ���������"��������� pliinl.s for insecLs.        ,  Tcachei'H anil Soliolin-s iu xliiilyniK liutiiny, anil  Kveryuody in 11 hundred dillereut ways.  BUSINESS DIRECTORY?  "The following-Directory* of advertisers, in lhe ICootunay' Mail will he  found u.si'ful to visitors to the.eity and  to our readers at outside points as indicating reliable Hems '.with whom  they^can place their business and  orders: ' l' '    L  ' "     , GllOCEKIES. ' ���������   ���������  O. 13. Humei& Co. Limited]  Bourne Bros,  riobson & Bell. ,     ,  W.-ih Ohung, '  Wing (Jhung. . ������  DHY GOOD!-,   CLOTHING. ������������������  O. 13. I lump & Go. Limited. ,  F.-B. Wells!  J. O. Jlacdonald:  "   ' i-urxituke.  R. Ilows-on & (Jo.  Weiler l3ros., Vidoria.  1   liANICI-JKS.  I1npe1i.il Bank uf Canada.  The MoImhi.-- Bank,  IIOTKI.!*.  Central    Hotel,    Abrah.-imson    Bto?,,  Pi uppieloi's.  Oriental Hotel, .1. A. .Slone, Fropiietor  .Siinilarium. Halcyon HotHpiings.  UK.-'I'Al-ltANT.--.  Union, Mi>. McKittrick.  Windsor, AIis. H.J. Ilanbury.  Owl, Yoilo Fuji.  IfroniSlrofL, \V.-ih Chung.  TliNTS AND AWNINGS.  L. A. Fret���������/.  .Mi:.VT JIliUCIIAXTf-.  Lk Burns & Co!  J.I. Wood row.  W. kloiiiuiy.  WATCIIilAKKIt AND .IliWULLIiH.  J. Guy Barber.  .JOIjniNG   CAHPKNTIill.  R. R. CJopel.'ind.     *  iiAiim'K.  .1. O. Morgan.  ICIi.  W. Fleming,  J. O. Hutchison.  mtl'-iCilbTS AND fcTATIONKI-f-.  Canada Di ug and Hook Gompai.v.  W. Hi'Wi.  Red Cross Drug Company.  I.AllilIt AGKNCV.  Ik W. Brown.  Alhui'Lii lOiiiployment Agency, Calgary  TOIIACCO AND Cl'SAH STOUI.'.  K. W. Brown.  DKNTIhT.  Dr. .Mmpison.  IIAIlltlrfTICKS  AND MII.ICITdlt.-'.  Ilaivuy, iMcC.-utei-and Binkhani.  J-icott and Bngg.-.  IIAItDWAiti;.  L.TWii;nce 11 aril ware Co. Limited.  Bourne Bios.  rj.A.STI'lll'K AND IIUICKI.AYKU.  W. A. MacDoiuild.  kximi i-:hrf.  IC. W. B. Paget.  |-|ll|-WI)OD.  Robert .Samson.  ri'it di:ai.i;u.  P.   B.   Well.-.  TKA  JllillCy-IIANI'-.  G. Ik and .1. Gait, Vancouver.  IIHII'K AND Tll.i:.  lOiiderby Biickand Tile Co., Hnderhv.  I'AIKTIXIi AND Di:i OltATINi:.  J.   SlIIIIMIII.  NI-USIIKY AND Mvl-D-.  AL J. Ileiii y, Viuicoiivep.   ���������    ���������   ' .  Slone iV: Wellington, Toronto.  STONE &   WELLIT C "1 C r- j Subscribe for the JYlAiikancl get  |.-onuiill NiireorlcH lover SiOni-rujI   _ ���������    i n  r|lp'nPWe  TORONTO - -      ONTARIO'      dH uic news.  ynopsls.Ot.'Regulations fo-'Disposl i:   f  * .im..m ih on Dominion Lands in Ma & -  , toba. tho  Northwest   Territorici. and  the Yukon Territory.  <   '  Cual.���������Coal lands 'may he purchased at  .11) i������ci ueie loi soft e..al and ������iu !>>r nn-  ,'hracite. Xot more than 320 acres can  '��������������� .uqulreo uy one individual or com-  ynn>. Koyully at the rate of irn cents  r.er ton of 2,010 pounds shall ta- Collsclsd  a Hi* gross output.  ' Quartz���������Persons of eighteen'years fid  >\-<>r and Joint stock companies,' Holding  tree miner's, certificates may obtain entry,'  for a'mining location.  A free miner's certificate is granted for  one or more years,-not exceeding live, up-  jn payment in advance of $7.50, per annum for an individual, and from J50 to  (100 per annum for a company, according  to capital. ��������� . r t   -  A free miner having discovered mineral  In place, may locate, a claim 1500x1500 feet  bj marking out the.same with two legal  /posts, bearing location notices,' one at  each end on the line of the lode or vein.  The claim shall be recorded wi-uia flf-   '  teen days if located within teD 2 ue������ of a'  raining  recorder's   office,   one   i .dltional  day   allowed   for   every   additional   ten  miles or fraction.   The fee for recording  .a. claim Is tS. .  At least 4100 must he expended on: the  :lalm each year or paid to the'mining recorder in lieu thereof. When 4500 has been  expended or paid, .the-locator may, .upon  having a survey made, and upon complying with-other', requirement*, -i.urchaae  the land at tLOO'an acre. ', rf .. r ;  . Permission may be granted' b/'lt'aVln- '  Ister of'the'Interior to ' locate ci. 1ms  containing iron and mica,^also ������ F-pc. In  the Yukon..Territory.', of- arf^re* ������.oi ix-  :eeding 160  acres. '      ',.*,'���������  The patent for a < mining location shall  provide for the p<tyineq*,.Qf a royalty o������ 2J per    ,  cunt, of the .-<ilcs ot the products of the locution  Placer Mining, Manitoba and the N.W.  T.,    excepting    the    Yukon    Territory.���������  ���������Placer'mining  claims  generally, arc 100f>  feet   square;   entry    fee,    f5,   renewable  yearly.     On    the   North   Saskatchewan  River claims for either bar or bench, the  .  .former being 100 feet long and extending  Between high and,low water mark.. The.'  latter includes bar diggings, but extenda  back to the base of the hill or ban*, but  ���������ot   exceeding   1,000   feel.     Where   Me&.a  power is, used, claims'200 feet wld.5 ma;  'be  obtained.    , ,   c, ,  .i  .Dredging   in   the   rivers 'of ,Man.tcba  arid  the N.   SV.  T.,  excepting the *C 4kon���������  Territory-���������-A free miner may obtain only '  two leases of five miles each for a term  ot twenty years, renewable tn the lUscre-  tlon-of  the Minister of the Interior.,   ',   '  The lessee's right Is confined to tve submerged beds or, bars; of the rlrer below  low water mark,' and subject to the rights  'of-all persons who have, or who may receive   entries  for, bar  diggings'-or, bench    ,  claims,    except   on     tlie     Saskatchewan,  River,   where , the  lessee  may  dredge' to  high water mark on each alternate lease- ''  hold. ,, ��������� ;  ' The lessee shall'have a'dredge In operation within one season from the date of ���������  the lease for each live miles, but.^where  a person or company has obtained more  than one lease one dredge for each flf- _  ,'teen' miles or fraction*-is' , suiccloot.  Kcntal, (10 per annum -for each mile of  : rlvej- leased. Royalty at the rate of two  itnd a half per cent collected on tee output after it exceeds'$10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory.���������Six  k-udci, oi nve miles each may be granted  iu u nee uuiiui for a term of. twenty  years,^aiau renewable.       ' ' -j   '     \.  The lessee's right is confined1 to the  submerged bed or bars in the'river be- .  low low water mark, that boundary to  be fixed by its position" on the'lst.day of  August in the year'of the date' of the  leasee T"        - ' ;.  The lessee shall have'one dredge In op- ���������'-  of the;lease,,'and,one dredge-for'-each  eratlon within two years from the date  live miles within-six. years from suchi.  date. Rental, $100 per mile for the Iirst  year, and $10 per mile for each subsequent year., Royalty, same as placer mining. L ",..-������������������  Placer Mining in the Yukon Territory. ���������  ���������Creek, river .gulch and hill claims shall'  riot exceed 250 feet in length,    measureo.  on  the  base line-or general  direction o*. *$  the creek or. gulch, the width being frpi.  1,000 to 2,000 feet. All .other placer claim*  fchall be 250 feet, square.     -'    ���������,  Clafcns are marked by ,two" legal posts, '  one at each end, bearing'notices.   Entry ���������'  must be obtained within ten days, if'the  claim  is within  ten,miles of mining r������  corder's  office., \One, extra.-day- allowe  for each,additional ten miles or fraction.  The person or company staking a claim   ,  must hold a free miner.'s certificate.  The discoverer of'a new mine Is entitled  to a claim of l,000ifeet in length, and If  the party consists of two, 1,500 feet'alto-  gether, on the output of which no royalty  shall be charged, the rest of the 'party  ordinary claims only.   . ��������� ,  Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at the rate of  two and one-half per cent on the valy  of the gold shipped from the Yukon T������������  ritory to be paid to the Comptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant ������.  more than one mining claim-on each ������ep-  erate river, creek or gulch, but the.sam*  miner may hold any number of clalma  by purchase, and free miners may work  their claims in partnership by filing  notice and paying fee of Vi. -A claim may  be abandoned, and another obtained on  the same creek, gulch or river, by giving  notice  and'paying a fee.  Work must be done on a claim e<\ch  year to'the value of at least $200.  A. certificate that work has been doae  must be obtained each year; If not, uu  claim shall be deemed to be abandoned  and open to occupation and entry by a  free miner.  The boundaries of a claim may be lo-  flned 'absolutely by having a surysy  made and publishing notices in the Yuk������n  Official  Gazette. i  Petroleum.���������All unappropriated iDomin-  lonOLands  In   Manitoba,   the North-wea*,  Territories and-within  the Yukon Terrl  tory are open  to-prospecting for petrol    ���������  eum,   and the minister may re������erv������   Col  an  individual  or  company    h*ylng    ax������r  chinery   on   the   land   to   be   prospected,  an area of 510 acres.1  Shout;/ the prua-  pector discover oil  in paying quantltlet,  and satisfactorily establish euch discovery, an area not exceeding W0 acres, In  eluding the oil well and such other Ian*  as  may'' be   determined,   will   be  sold  to  the   discoverer   at  the   rate   of  $1.00  an  acre, subject to royalty at Buch rate aa  may be specified by order-ln-councll.  Department   of   the   Interior,   Ottawa,  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the I������t������i-.jr.  VTOTICK i- hereby civr-a that. SO d.-ys after  1\ dat<\ I intend In apply to tho Chief Coni-  mi5-ifiner nf L.iihI- nml Works for* n -peewit  licoii-p. to cm .iinlcari} away limber from tho  fiillouini; <lo-cribed land-, in tho Hie lieml,  -tVc-t  Koi.toniiy District :        ,  l\iimii''iiciin* .'it a po.it marked "Geo. La-  forme'- N. W. corner po-t,' and planted at a  point on<- mill a quarter mile- from Gold-lrcnm  on the trail, thence ca-t 10 chain-, thence .������outh  ltVj chain-, thence we-l I" chain-, thonce north  101 chains to liu' place of commencement.  Dated .luly Kith, HW.  UTnmjl'.l .MAURIOP: QUIN'K.  rpAKK S'OTICK that thirtv days after date  I ������i- intend to apply lo the Honorable the  I'hli'f I'oiiimi���������ioner ol Limit anil Work^ for n  -Ik..(.'I.'i1 liot'iike to cut and carry iiway timber  finin tin- fullouiiiK described InniU: Coiiiineiic-  inencinK !'l ���������'"' -oillhoa-t corner, po-l of lot fciU.  alxiut t ������-o mili'i im-l of Arrow Lake and about  four mile- north of Nnkii-p. al a po-t marked  Ynle-Culiiifibi'i- l.iiinber t'onipiiny't i-oiillir-ii-l.  corin-r po-i; riiiminfi thence ca-t Iff) chain-,  lliencu north 1*1 chain". Ihence -AC-tt HX) chain-,  anil thence -outli 40 chaina to point of com-  iiicnccmenL  VALK COLUMBIA LUMHKIl COMPANY.  ���������tOiiS LIMITKD.  VOTICI-; I.-' IlfeltKHY OIVKN thai thirty  -' riaj- aflerdaUi I intcnil to ui>ply lo the  Chief C'Miiini--ioiii-r of L-iiid- and Woikt for a  -IH-cial lii-en-e lo cut and carry away limber  fioiii tile rolIu-AiiiK ilcM.-rlbi.il lanilt ill We-t  KnoU'iia} lli-trict :���������  CoiuiiiencinK.it a putt planted nt the north-  \ie-t i orner of Uco. Lafornie'- humc-tead and  marked "Cico. Lifonnc'- iiiiitlien.-tcoiner po-t"  tliLiice touth 1'" chain-, theme we-t 10 chaint,  lliince iiiutli H'.' elmiii-. tlienue ea-l 10 chains  to the place nf cdiiiiiii-iit'MiieiiL  iMieil tin- lSili ila> of July, r.������i*>.  lllaiit'lil MAUUIUK CJUINM.  OTICK 1.-' HKKLHY OIVKN that, tliirty  day-after dale, I Inteinl tonnply to thu  Chief Co'ininit-ioiier of Lind-and Work- fora  special licen-e to,cut and carry away limber  from the followlrii-'described lands in West  ICwteiiny iii-trif.'t.:  (.'oiiiiiiencinif at- a . post   marked   "Geo.   Iji-  forme's northwest, corner post," thence sontli  ��������� Ni chain-, thence ca.-t. Wi chain-, thence north  HI chains, thence west SU clinin- to the place of  commencement.  Dated July 13th, 1005.  , 115augl0 "EDWARD PECK,  N  ���������r     *    u  &        o ~ l  ' ��������� ���������������*������  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  f>   ' Spring  CONVEY  A   WAltNING  .   that, certain ailments: general  debility,  dyspepsia,  rhcmiwi-  ti6in;   liver  complaint-,   etc.,  need attention.   .  , There  isn't anything  letter  than   a   bottle   of   our, own  Ionic  Hypophosphites  Made ��������� of' the best drugs, and ,   '  carefully compounded.   ' '    '  Only $1 for a Big Bottle  CANADA DRUG &  BOOK CO.  1 -MARRIED.  Mackintosh���������Ritciiik. ��������� At  Ottawa,  in St. Georgc'd Church,  by Rev. T.  W. Snowde'n,  on   May  20th   last,  Gladys Dalziel Mackintosh,duught-  .   . er of Hon. C. H. Mackintosh,  to  .William Johnstone Ritchie, son of  the late Chief Justice. Sir'William  Ritchie, and Lady Ritchie.,  , Noislk-Whitehoi'SK���������At the residence  ' i  of Mr.  Abrahiunson, on   the  13th  inst, by  Rev. \V. C. Calder,  Antie  Enstle Noble, of Trout) Lake, B 'C,  to Blanche Whitehotue, of'Kriow-  lesville, N. B. '   ��������� '  La.vk-Priok.���������Ai St. Peter's Church,  on^ the 16th inst., by Rev. C. A.  Procunicr, Raymond R. Lane, of  Camborne, B. C, to lli/.abeth A.  Prior, of St. Catherine*, Ont.  .   .       ��������� DIED.       ~'  AMAN.-^On   the   17th   inst..    Aileen  "   .Elizabeth,-infant daughter of Mr.'  , arid   Mrs.  J. C. A man, aged  two  months and ten days. ���������-     .���������      "-  Local and General.  __. ,- XI  Kamloops hospital is to be enlarged  ' from I8:t6 24beds.      '   "        "'   "'  R. Howson  lias sold' his farm   at  Salmon Arm: , ' 'L  , Forsland htiB imported^.a gasoline launch for use on Arrow Lakes.  ' The city school will open  on Monday and'the high school on the 28th.  ���������.The Annual General mcetingof the  Revolstoke Hotpital  Society has-bean  convened for August 2'l'tli.  , ,    Revelstoke is likely to get a $50,000  'Dominion, .Government   building for  post...office- and custom house.  - The Methodist Church -''has  struck'  out the 'word  obey  from the   bride's  pledga nb,the marriage alter.  As a result of forest files 35 acres of  'barley crop in  stouk at  the  Stepney  , ranch, at Enderby,  was destroyed   by  fire.  W.M. Lawrence has apple and plum  trees vsbich aie bearing fruit, though  moved from his 'former lesidence only  last spring.  " Richest Coon in Georgia" at the  Opera Haute, 2 nights, Tuesday aud  Wednesday, August 22ud aud 23rd.  Change of specialties each' night.  Rey.DrcBryce,of Winnipeg, lectured  at St. Andrew;'* Church on Tuesday  on "Earlyrdays in Western Canada."  He got considerable subscriptions hero  in ������.id of Manitoba college.  The third race of the series for the  Canadian Cup 'was sailed in ji stiff  breeze and was won by the Cunndinn  boat, the Terneraire, which won two  out of the three events.  The Turf Association' have given lip  tife idea of holding it circuit race meeting this"year, but will pet up two local  race .meetings this fell.    -  ��������� A congregational 'meeting o'f Knox  Presbyterian Church is called for next  Wednesday evening in the high school  build;ng, to discus's the extending uf a  call to a minister.  The eagle shot some time ago on the  Arrow Latfes by Captain Frnser.of the  steamer, Kootenay has been returned  handsomely mounted from ���������\V. 0  Pound's taxidermist establishment at  Vernon.'  T. J5. L.  Taylor has   sold at'a' good  figure his lot of 20"acres ai Okanagan  Landing   to^Messrs     Manning   and  Bruce, who  have ".the  sawniill'at  the  landing.    Messrs..Manning and Bruce  intend platting it as a townsite. '  A. McRae has released a number of  pheasants,   and   persons  are  warned  against shooting oi, destroyingthem  It is hoped thoy./yvill do, well in   this  district,  and the-experiment  will   be  watched with interest.  '.  A  correspondent suggests   that  as  the McBride goverment don't think it  worth   while protecting   the ; timber  from (fires it 'might be   well1-to" point  out to'them that the smoke is spoiling  tlie scenery,  and'the, fires should', be  suppressed lest  the smoke keeps out  the tourists.'  A. Robinson, su'pt..,of education,  has been after the, school,-trustees of  Vancouver for extending the holidays  till Aug. 2Ist,"Rnd threatens,to^cut'-ofV  the capitation grant. 'The Revelstoke  trustees had better look out for squalls  it the hands of the educational autocrat  for   being   guilty -of   the same  offence.      .' '  -..I,'  Tho city presented the appearance,  of an important labor nmrt on Tuesday  as men ��������� were being .'engaged to go'up  the mountain on the work of throwing  two m6re(���������.creeks, into ' Bridge' Creek  and so a improving' the city water  supply. , Tho preparation of tho pack  outfit' reminded onc^of tho old days'in  Revelstoke. '  , , ' T  ,   The,, ever, popular   musical-- farce,  comedy, '.'The richest coon in Georgia,"!  wilk'.bc rpresented, by   Williams, and'  Steven's, the kings of colored comedians,.  and   their   company, of   New ..York  colored stars.    .Under,management of  F. A. Bennett.���������During the  perform-'  ance all the  latest popular songs will  be' sungi-ancl diipced.   Opera  House,  two nights, August 22nd,' 23rd.     o0o-.,  75c'.,' #1.00., ,/���������"���������"..     "    .''-.    '   - '  (, .Chinamen,.-,wefre ..found' this.'.week'  poaching -.-grouse. on,,ithe .mountain,  behind Revelstoke." No effort should  be spared to stop ���������)this.'sort of  thing,  and .the game law  should be amended  :C O-MlIV-CSr'  OPERA HOUSE.kREVELSTOKE  TWO  NIGHTS  AUGUST  22=3  i lf  The  Sparkling '������   >  Musical     <? ,  Farce   -  Comedy ,  -'The;Richest Coon in Georgia"  By William's & Stevens arid Company,1'under management of P. A. Bennett  Sweet Singing   "     ���������' *, Pretty'Girls .    ,'Y  . / ;L. Sunday ��������� Dinners..,.;<  ,. -, ���������. i -     '... i  A specially will be  made   of   .Suud.iv  dinneis at Uiu Union llnlel.   IVicc'.tUc.  -���������   MRS. AIuKITTRICK.'  Corporation of the City of  1 Revelstoke.       . <  COURT OF REVISION.  Notice Micn-lij ni veil lii.il llic IhM, lilliiiK  ol llieCo.irtor lteiisioii of Die C'ily of Kovul  ���������sloUe, loi'ii-Ku Uiu As-.u<-iiiciiI Jtoll of ' lurs.iiil  Cit.v for (he j-ciii- Hlli.3. will bu liuld at (liu CJoiin-  cil I Imiiibui.t liy ll.nl, liuvcMokc, H. U.."on  Monday, Uiu lull clay or Scjilember, UKIj, ill the  Iioiii ofSp ni.  ���������       , ,   ,���������      ' ���������'���������   H. Kl.OVI),  Kevelhlolfe, Aiij?. "ill, lim,i. '  Citj Clurk.  :YpDo:;5!,TjJi,   . i  . ,   has; reopened si'.  ," ���������  '    - oii-.MeKt"iizip-A-vpn"iHT:"-    ' '  Open Day and Night. First-Class Service  '    ��������� ' '��������� 1571c .   .   ���������"  NELSON FAIR  -ID-^"2:S-  3  KJ Commencing Sept."20  Larger and, Better Than -Ever  Everything now and up to'date'.'"   ���������  ALL KINDS OF OI'EN AIR  .    ' A 1'TRACTIONS ."  i I l f  Each Day -Something. Interesting  You will meet, old friends there. ���������  Single fare on all lines of triiTel.   Y '  ��������� Write'for Prize List.     :','',' '     "   '  ;   .     ' : ��������� .i. e. anna'ble  Bevfilstdke  Bestaurant  Mrs. 11. .1. Hanbiiry,,Managiess.'  First-Class Table.  Private Dining Boxes.  Ijartfo lfiniii^roo'iii for      '  l!aiii]Uots Siiiijiora, etc. '     '  Furnished Rooms To Let.  FIRST STREET,, REVELSTOKE  OKKTIKICATH-OK IJW I'ltU^KM KNTS.  ,NOTIC'K.  Loniii Do'on Jlin'cr.il (Jlnini, Mluitiie in the Uev-  elnlolie MiniiiK DivKion of  U'e^t Koolemiy  Diulriet, ' ,  Where located: On Lafonno Creek, Dig Dend.  TAKB ^OTI(:H that J, Cioni-jje S. Mcliirlcr,  actii x a-.-agent for K. It. Wylio.  Vruu Jliner'h  C'eiiilic.ite   No.   BS7SU0:   Jolni   T.  Wood. Free'  Miner's Curtillciilo No. litUbtll; Cleiinnle U'ylie,  Free Miner's ('ertilieate No. HS78I12, anil .1. 0.  Itoss,  Free Miner's Ceililleute No. D87MM, in- -  lend, si\ty dnj^ from the dale  lieieof, to apply  lo tlie Mining liccurder for a CorlilIe.Uu of lin-  IiroveineiiUs   for tlio  purpose of obtaining a  Crown Mi mil of tlie above claim.  ' And further lake notice that act ion,  under  Section 'XI, mint be commenced before the iv  filianco of Mich Ceitilicile of Iinpi-ovomcnls.  Dated Ihb, (Jib d.iv or .Inly, A. 1). Win.  112seplli   , , OKO. S. Mi-HAirrKIt.  NEW BARBER SHOP  J. ,0. Morgan ,-vvill open his,  new Barber Shop,  .FIRST STREET  Oii.AInn'diiy, Mjiy 1st. ,01d Cnstonit'rs  antl new caniU'pend on leceiving tin'  oijst allPiiUiin.     k    .    ,.        .,      i  :.,  i  S'ce.l  '.Graceful Dancing . Y   ',"  " .Music and Mirth,  Funny Situations (\  '  " ..Laughable Climaxes  Rich Costumes    :,  All the" Latest ;',  Popular Songs  ''   ..* Cake.Walks,  etc  OHANGrB OF SPECIALTIES EACH NIGHT  \      : -' 50c';   75c;'   $1.00.        .   : ���������-.'    ,;���������,  finds   us   with a complete  stock of School supplies.  We   are   offering   Special  Values in  Scribblers and  all School sundries.  SPECIAL    ATTENTION  paid to the child purchasers  Drug Company Limited  Free Rulers and Blotters.  to',make it an. offence/ to be found in  pursuit, of ���������'game,,, out -of -season.  Otherwise it is necessary to * have  evidence of killing ,and,possessioi) of  game ..to obtain., a cpnviction.'.'.-No  poacher , will, place himself in. that  position if he can .help it.     ,        ,';;  On Monday night A. Mcltae got in-"-  tiniation that a terrible forest die waa  raging   at   Siuamou.t,  and  went out  immediately   to. look , after    it.   J Io  found the , lire .had. come ,up   the S.  and 0. branch, and was burning furiously   on   the   hill   overlooking   the  village.    Fearing .the  result the residents took their furniture and belongings out ol" their houses in readiness to  remove them.    The (ire was got under  without any other damage being done.  Thanks to tho efforts of the Dominion government rangers the big fire at  Malakwa was got under , beginning of  the week without doing much damage  to  the   timber  limits,  though it got  into  a_ corner  of the holdings of  the  Columbia   lviver   Lumber   Co.    .The  forest rangers operating between Sica-  tnous  and   Beaver,   who   have   been  under supervision  of  A.  Mcltae,  did  splendid bervice ithis season,  as   they  succeeded in extinguishing about fifty  fires that originated   in the Dominion  timber arena.    But  for'the'vigilance  and promptitude exercised millions of  feet   of    timber    would    have    been  destroyed.  THREE JURORS CURED  Of Cholera  Morbus' with   One  Small Bottle of Chamber  Iain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy.  Mr. G.   \V\  Fowler   of   ffightower,  Ala.,   relatf-.s   an   experience  ho   hud  while   ,-crving   on   a   pptit jury in  a  murder r.-iiHf: nt   Kdwiirdsville,  eoimiy  cent of   (Jloboiii-ne  county,   Alabama.  HcMiy.s:      "While   there   f ale .������omc  fresh meat, find come coiwj   incut,  and  it gave me| cholera morbus   in   n very  severe form.      f   was   never more sick  in my life and sent to the  drug store,  fur a certain cholera mixture, but   the  druggist sent roe n bottle of Chiiinber-  liiin's Colic,   Cholera    and    Diarrhoea  Kemfifly iiiHtead, Haying  Unit   he   had  what I sent, for, but that thin medicine  huh ho much  bettor   he   would   rather  dend it. to toe in the fix  f wjih   in.      I  took one done of it, inifl   w;ih   bettor in  live minutes.     The second (Iohc cured  mo entirely.     Two  fellow jurori wen;  afllictcd in thoHnmo manner and   one  small   bottle  cured   the  three of uh."  For sale by all druggists.  Business Locals.  WE HIRE 'HELP, BROWNS.  "A ".big range of Pillows, ask   for the  .discount.   John E.-Wood's.  1   1       ' o  Free.rulers for children at the Canada Drug & J3ook Store., ,    ���������  -Firstclass supply- of'.ICE "may-"be  had from J. C. Hutchison.  ��������� It: Howson it Co. are unloading a  car of furniture today.  ���������--High school books, all thenew ones  at the Canada Drug it Book' Store.' n  t We have a lot'of odd pieces of Parlor  Chairs, ch which we'.will give-you  bargains at John E. Wood's. ,<   ^  ' 'BROWN   WANTS   YOUR   BUSINESS.-   '    -    .e     ������������������   ,.-" ���������__ ;-  The latest editions in school   bocks  at Canada Drug it Book Store.  "' Wall p'iiper;"wall paper at" Howson's  furniture store.    ' -'" '  Barristers  ..'We have o ijuantity. of kace arid  Tapestry Curtains that wo want, to  clear out, we will give you simps on  them at John E. Wood's.  P. Levetque has arranged to take  over the* bar .of the Windsor Hotel;  which is being handsomely equipped  and'will be opened at .in citrly'iclatek'.  , We ha\c a line lilio of English  .Mirrors. \,If you want a-perfect mirror,  call and get onoat John E: Wood's.  -���������Vou can get anything you reijuire  for school opening at the Canada Drug  ;it Book Store. , - .  Health' mattnissca���������the celebrated'  brand���������at Howson it Go's Furniture  Store.  ���������We are giving away a Silver Dessert  Service. Come and see how to get it.  BROWN'S CIGAR STORE.  Any business will grow with steady  strides under the influence ot good  advertising nnd good . management.'  The Kootkn-.vy Mail'can give you the  best advertising.  Don't forget we are headquarters i'or  I ron Bed.-, every variety, a strong  cable spring goes with each bed. John  E. Wood, the Furniture Store.  S. McMahon is earning a high reputation amnnet lumbermen lot his  make of logging trucks, and h,i= just  tilled the order of the Kamloopi Lumber Co. for the supply of two of these  trucks to the Enderby mill. ���������������  Auother shipment of iVm beds with  iron frame Fpring at IfowsonV.  ���������YOU GET YOUR MOyKV'.S  WORTH AT BROWN'S CIGAR  STORE.  Algar and Ledgerwood, of I'onoka,  Alta,'will open next week a produce  store on First Ft reel. The Revelstoke,  business will be in charge oT Mr. Ledge, wood, assisted by J. Koo.v, wh<) was j  oneof the first party o! white men  who mncle the hazardous tr.pdowo the  Skeena to Essington.  Whatever you want in the Furniture  or I rouse Furnishing lino your credit  instrument'  is good, or pay  cash   and   ask  fur the  discount.    John    Ik   Wood,   tho   Big  Furniture Store.  A correspondent, writes-���������" 1'le.iue  allow me to congratulate you on your  very able .ind fair-minded editorial*  bearing upon these much \excd qucK-  tions which have been bothering >nnm  of our neighbour" of late. Your paper  in one of the fa irc������t printed iu B.C.  and I aisureyon is a welcome weekly  visitor."  Kvery sensible man appreciates good  printing and respects tlie house which  ponds it. One piece of printing looked  at, admired and studied, does l.ir more  nervier; than a thousand disrcgiiMed,  The place to gel good printing i.-. at  the oilie.e of the Kooii say Mail.  l'kery iiuiri owoh it to lurn-wf ,ind  his family to master 11 trade or profession. Read the dMpiay advertisement of the six Morse Schools of  Telegraphy in this k.siie and learn how  easily n young man iir lady may  lonn' telegraphy nnd ho aisiucd a  position.  It. Mucdoriald, .has placed a com*  pressed air dulifit.' in his tonsoria  fi/irlor together with massage fittings  by which ho can. treat his cimtoinorH  in tho most up lo date manner. ' The  nir'compressor is"operated hy a hoiii  water motor.  W������ haveL a 1iii-jj������ range of 'Jt&m,  Mats, Carpet Squalen that, we waril to  reduce. Afk-for tha 10 per cent oil'.  John E. Wood's'.   >' , "  The FdeiH^r.iph shjs:���������"TheKoorK-"  nay -Mail came out t-liis week" wiMkil  Railwiiy Fditioti, eoUiaining illuirtra-  tions of ccenes along the C. P. 11. main  line'anil various others of'.railway  interest. It is well"dcsi^iicd and gotten  up, and is ii'credit to'the publishers.".'  HON. SENATORS. A.,BERNIER  Purchases a New Scale Williams, Piano. .     ���������,'",*  Among,the visitors at the, -Fair'yes-  tdrday.v"were",tlie   Hoii.  Senator ,nnd  Mrs'. S. A.-Bcrnier.'   With no previous  intention of  purchasing a musical instrument,-aud decided only hy'the'obvious   merits 'of I'the celebrated New  Scale Williams  Piano, exhibited,; by  The  Williams- Piano  Company,   the  honorablj benator/rafter an inspection  pf this showjng, tcleplioiiod for a musical expert, and, after his examination,'  with no further .preliminaries, oide'red  oue of these niagnilicent instruments  sent^to  his'residei.ee.   -.The piano selected .was a French burl  walnut  case  of the-English Renaissu'nce-'design. " ���������  '"We inc much pleaded with our New  Scale I'm no,'.' said   Mr. K. C. Scythes,  inchargeoftliiiexhil.it.    -'It is  without que^tioirthe acme of   piesentihiy  piano   euiioiiuct'un.���������Winnipeg   Fice  Press, July 27.  Revelstoke 'Agent,   Revelstoke' Insurance Agency. , ',  JUST INSIST  /.'���������'���������'  THATYyour Milk Is Pure  THAT -VourMNk Is Clean  THAT  and You'Will Order,It From,  Your Milk' Is Free  of Preservatives;  Richard JR. Copeland  JOBBING CARFENTKR  ���������    AND'OABINETMAKER      "'  -VTOTK)]; f-, ' lioroh) Kivon' Hint ���������:������) days  J_N after rlnto I intend lo apply to tlio Hoimr-  ablo Hid CMiiof (\iiniiii^..sioi)or-ol Liinds and  Wurkfe for a spuciarilconso to cut aud carry  away timber from tlio follnwiiif; dosciiliod  laniU, in tlio Bin Bond. Wost Kootoniiy Disl rict:  (,'oiimicocinj-f al u post plained ononiilotoiilli  of Geo."ljafnnn<',bsoiitliwrM, po^t of liih ruiicli  on Goltlhlmun uad m.ii-kcil "Goilic Lafoi'ino'K  norlliwost curnur poat,',' tlionuo honth SU cliains,  tlionuc o.ist. 80 chains, (lionco noilli W) claims,  thence west SU chuiiis lo'tho pini'o of coin-  inencciiiciit.' ' - '. '��������� /  Uiitcd.liily llllh, l!ll).j. .  -   IKfcuiK'l!) -       'KDWARD I'KfilC.  1.  G  E  Persons requiring a supply of ice can,  depend  on getting  it promp'lly, fiom  liOStc,  Miintles, Shelving, Fly Screens, eL  Jobbing Promptly'Attended To.  Third .Street FastY  'Mile  -Revelstoke  ' ,'  <.  THE  Wm. Fleming-,  i .  j 'Wholesale and ttetail  ; Y.Meat.'MepeliantYY  Kish   and   Game'-in    Season.  First; St., R������v������lstoke.  A POST CARD ADDRESSED"  TO    US,  WILL    INSLTRFk A.'  RROMPT CALL FROM.OUIl  DRIVER.    , .      . , ���������  - ALL MILK DELIVERED BOTTLED  TYA. LEWIS,'Proprietor:..  3as. I. Woodrow,  ;,BUTCHER.-  Retail Dealer Inv^^aaa^.  ���������BEEF,   FORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  .  ���������    , .': -All orilors promptly filled.  REVELSTOKE,. B.C.;  ���������'���������       ,        the   ...  ALBERTA EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.  '  "Lice'iisucl. ��������� n '    '   .'Ri'Kisteicd. _  CALGARY, ALTA.  CJko.McUican, , - ,rAI,-iiiai;er.d  I rOTEL,   RESTAURANT '&' DOM-  rL  EST1C llEIJMtANCIMIANDS,,  TEA.MSTERS &.LABOR15RS furnished on short notice.1,     k .   -       "'     ''  .   Ollice: Itrioin 5, Burns Block.    >      ������������������  '��������� ��������� P. O. JW&luVOulgHiy. A!t;i.  716jc:������)'--.- " ' . '.    '      .>.      '."' ,  Corner    Dougla  nnd ICini; streets  l'rivnte funds, to  loim on real cbtats  Mjcurity,   Apply to Scott nnd Uriggs,,  Hcvelstoko, K. C.  '   All Honors Taken.  That honor hiioukl he given where  honor is due was ewdontly icoognizod  by the judge,1- at Winnipeg Exhibition  this yeir. ,Th_c .Xew. Scale Willi.tms  I'iaii'oa weie granted tho highest possible own re! of all instruments exhibited  and the award wii-; certainly a popular  one as f.ir as public opinion and Appreciation was rliown.  Visitoi.-i   to    Winnipeg   Fnii-   were  llllitllillioll- in .'er-1 irinu lln.' C'Abibi' of  foe New rfc.ile' Willi;i,Ms I'innos the  best thint; i hey iuul river *'(.(;n. The  number nf liaud.-nuiie de������i{:n> shown :  could not In; I'M-cllid in nrli.stio excellence ,md t|,|. Ml||,| ijiuiiiiy ,,f the  theiiix-Ke. ������j ������jh /epiMt-  eilly demnii.'tr.iteil eiimpellcrl nrlmirn-  tirm from .ill true jiiinic liiveif.  RcvuNl'.lve    \giot,   RewUiol.-..    Ii,-  iiurarice Agency.  The Best Ice Cream  j .-- ^ In 'tlieOity ia'to bo'had^t' -1-1, '  WiH CHUNG'S  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  Clocks! Clocks I  S-Day, Half Hour   Strike,   for  $4.00 only.     Limited  Number.  J. Guy Barber  Croekery:of:all 'Kinds;.1,  Plain anil-Fancy,   -'-   -' ''  Best "makes of, Japanese   and  -.China, Ware.'',  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  utc, to any part of the City.  Any Kind'of Transferring  "  Undertaken.   , .  1   *    t        ,*  -      ���������''   TELEPHONE NO. 7.  It should he home ia arfmi that  every c������ld weakens the haqpt, tw-  'erg the vitality and prepares the.  ���������yiteat for the more aerkna di������-  ea������e*, amonj Which are the tw������  greatest destrcryen ������f hnaua life,  pneumonia and consumption.  I  .' Owing to tlie liu-ge inc.roiise in"'  our Bakery Business we have been  obliged to do away with all old-'  time method!* and insliil new  iimcliinory of the latest type,  which pliicew' us iu a position to  cope with iiny like concern in the  province   To Trappers  Raw Purs Bought   ���������  Cash Prices Paia  F.   B.   WELLS,  Exnorter of Furs.  Cough Remedy  has iron its great popularity by its  prompt cures of this most common  ailment. i. It aids expectoratiaa, relieves the lungs and opens tht  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent cur*. It r ooaatnscts  any tendency toward pnetuMaia.  ������.   Pries >5c, Urge Sixa 50c.  Trademarks  and Copyrights  obtained in nil countries.  SEE  Call and Inspect Our Goods.      '.  A Swell Assortment to Choose  From. Satisfaction  Guaranteed.  Revelstoke Hospital Society  -VOTri j:.  'Die Aiinii.il I.Vnr-r.il Mm Iiiik of I lie Jtevcl-  ���������\t,Vv \Un\������\\\ j--oc|< 1 y ������iil he held ril the ('III  ll.ill, KuvcNinkc. II. ( ., nn 1 lint vlny, A n^iihl  I'lth nl  <rw|rK ; p. mi  A. K. I'JJIf'I'rf, si,.,.|..|iiry,  I  HOBSON  &  BELL  Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese  and Japanese goods  The,best assortment ever  ��������� landed in Revelstoke of  'useful     and     ornamental  ar  ticles:  F  W A N T K I)  -lOK SA I.K-A Seven ICi<im IIOIf.SK  on .Se'...n),|| Street, rie.ir AleKeri/ie  A v en it", well furnished .mil uli mddein  iri.f������r rivi'MicriC. Kor t<-r m������ ,inr| pur l.i-  eul.-iri .ipply lit Mm r.flire, r,r lo  Kdw.irrl Kirriberly, on Ihe prerniien.  WAS'VKI) -A   vo'fYni  liiiriself   ^erieinlly  5000  TELEGRAPHERS  NEEDED  Tea hurvlcuH  I'llKCK  lliiKkelri  ('line Ch.tlrs  Haiiilk(.n;li!(;f-(  pi-PHSioom.  In     rruike  IIMI'f'llI      in  Apply Koo'invAV ,M,ui���������  WA.VTKU KiVOVVN-  KI'INT.     Apply  Tai-I'I.VCI,  -iioi:hk  IO     Ml!4,  'IT)  I!.  ti.  WAN'1'I'jI)���������Two  dirilriK-ioorn Kiil.'i  ..���������Y:^..f,..P.,y'"l''"l''"l 1^'velHl.oke.  ANTKD-Second   cIiikm   mule -or  fcmule teacher I'or the Oomnplix  school!   I.eriri   to  eorniricnee  nl,  once.  Apply to  A. M. Ileiil.tie, Sec'y   Kelmol  Hoiii'd, Ootimplix, li. 0. CM  Aniiimllj, In (III ll,,; riciv iiihIIIimh crailcd |,y  Kit il������.ii- nn.I Teli'Ki.ii.li ('nniiiniiicH. Wr \\iu\t  ���������fOUIICi   MEN nml  I.ADIE8  nf K'"������l   li.'ililli,   |������  LEARN TELEGRAPHY  & R. R. ACCOUNTING  We r.iniKh 7'. |,it . .'in. nf I lie (I|i(.|iiIuii.iiii'I  .-.(.ill'i i Au> nl*1 In Aiiiericn. Onr nfs nr-linnlk me  Ilic l.irt;..������) rtdimlM'T'-leuriiiiliSi-lmolH INTIIK  VVOKI.I). [..kKiIiIImIh.iI Ml jpihh ami (illilnrsi i|  li) nil li-vllnif Kiilluny (lll|. IhN.  VVn i.A..r inn H yivi limiil I., (��������������������������������� ry "(mien! In  fm nnd liim or Iier il |i(Hilion |,,i> ir.K fniiii J.III  In (VI ,i inniilli In KlnliM cni.l nl lhe Itncky  .Mniiiiliuiiu, oi rn.in *7.'i In IfWi u iiinnlh iii  ^UliH twHt nf Ihc Kdi'lilrs, IMMKDIATKI.V  I'l'O.V (JltAllUATIOV.  Hhnli.iii4< mn iinlcr nt iiny lime. Nn vikiiI Inn-.  I'V.r (nil |ntrii(Milui'H rt'Ki"'<llii({ii'>y.o(oiiriK!liu������N  wr\\c. nlri-ot'li) our I'xeciilli'e olllnc nl. C'liiclre'  )iiill. (),    (,-ii|.nln������iio' frcn.      "  The Morse School of Telegraphy  JKIowor I'olH  Umbrella StiindH  Lunch HaskolJ)  SmoliliiK .liickutx  Silk (IowIm.  (iOkD KISH  FIuchi Hlnnkof ciuiiIIoh and fruits In town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  BRICKS! BRICKS!  The Ik'il, Cluy in OUiiiuifrnu Vnllcy,  Well-hiit'iil IJricks in hir^c or mii.iII  (piuiilil ie.s lit rensoiidlih; pi ices.  lONDKHIH' HHMJK ifeTILK CO.,  rWK4j.*I7 l'i ink-r by, li, (J.  Clnclnnntl, Ohio.  All.iril.i, On.  Toxnrknnn, Tox.  13121 Nov. ���������;���������  Buffalo, N.V.  La Crosse, Wis.  8an Francisco, Cal.  WOOD YARD  mve hliUtcd ������, permanent Wood  Yiirrl on Third street. ,.'With my past  experience.I. hope to be in a position  to sntisfy nil rerpiirerri'imts of cutitom-  ers. Dry enrdwood kept in stock and  supplied in iiny lengths at reduced  prices for cash.  : B. SAMSON,  PATENTS  ' obUiinc'd ill all c  : Rowland: brittain,  Registered Patent Attorney '  .Muchnnical Allornoy anil Kii|;iiicur.  Room 3, Falrfloldllllock, GraiivillohL., noiir I'.O  -VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A iiostcard will hbcui-o an cvcnin|;nii|)oiiib  moiit for tli060 who cannot call during tlio day  i���������1������^^-     ��������� (  GOOD GOODS  MAKE GOOD  BUSINESS  We Have Good Goods in all  Branches,  Printings and Wrappings in roll and  II.il. ,  Drue; 1'fipcrs  Confectioners, Grocers nnd  Millinery  JJntrs  Ollice  Stutionery  Papers,  ruled and  pliiin  Loose keif Account System  Pnpers  Loose Leai'LedKer Ruled Papers '     '  Envelopes iu all hues  Fancy Cards, Prn^i'iimnies. Menus  Cover Papers, Inviiiition Papers  Weddmi; .Stationery, with printincr in  .Silver or Gold  Memorial Cards  Ladies and Gents Visiting Cards print,.  ed in latest styks  liusiness Cards in jrroiil variety.  The Kootenay Mail  Publishing Co. Ltd.  <-������  ��������� j  '-2

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