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 READ BY  3,750  ^^  PEOPLE.  ^oyitt^gitib.  7->..-������r--r-  THE OLD  ESTABLISHED  PAPER.  asBBa"  Vol. 9.-No. 22.  REVELSTOKE. B. G, AUGUST 29.   L902.  $2.00 Per Year  :^tx������Ujw^.<!j?''5E=~r^j'<fJ; ts=3:  TAYLOR I3LOOF\,  MacKehzie Avenue,;  THE BIG BEHD DISTRICT.  MrWnio/r Made Goods  Made'"'"-irV^-ift^  ������//7/b/? Made Clothing  Wi Men's Furnishings,  House Furnishings, \, I  Carpets, Linoleums, Blinds*  Curtains and Dry Goods \  Its   Mining, Agricultural and Lumbering  xw^ '������-;ft; Resources.    .  ^; ; STANDARD BASIN;      ' V  ^:\J^bwnie;creek.\fornis\a>great'"artery  of the mountain System of 7 the sou:  therm portion;; ol the 7Big;'Bcnd.  From'ils junction -vitlrthe Coliini-  bia;: .it- presents ���������������������������.a;., \vide7gradual ly  rising valley, extending its tribu-  tai-ies into the heart of the .Selkirk  mountains .'-hutting on tho watershed of the noi th fork of the Jllecil-  liwaet. 'On the eastern slope of the  for,' .''Winnebago,  Downie'Fraclion.  Commander  and  7v;77v ";7:7T,,K- nKor.oov  of the coiint ry;is i n tere?ti ng. Stand-  ard basin is tlie result of extensive  glacial erosion, which has removed  the beds of limestone which -once  covered l the ^region, and counterparts of which still form the summit of Keystone mountain. Beneath the limestone.beds arc mcta-  moi-phoric schists which have a  strike of X. (ii), W. and, a dip of 44  ently far to cut the vein. Tlie surface exposures show the vein to be  eight feet wide with a diorite dyke  IS'inch'es in thickness on the hanging wall. There is ore in tlie schist  for a foot in width.  xo.  TUN.VKL  LADIES DRESS GOODS  in Complete and    ?|  Excellent Variety |ij'  SOI-I-bAGNXTS FOR  The Butterick Patterns  AND Till-: FAMOUS  m  "Empress "'��������� Shoe for Ladies.  Mail or.ders promptly and carefully attended to.  P. 0. Box 20S,  - .,  m  watershed between the Columbia  and   Downic   creek   lies Standard  M",-������������������������ -,-". - ~������, .*--..,.*.,  ~t ~z=-rtw0==Gor        Basin.    Until   last season it could  ffi^^^^^^^^^^^^^SIS^^^^^^^^i onl.v be approached by'a circuitous  route, following the Keystone trail  from its junction with'the Big Bend  trail near Boyd's and round'by  Keystone mountain, a distance -of  1-1'miles from the main trail. .Last  full a,new trail was opened up Five  Mile creek, bringing the property  to within ten'miles of-the Columbia  river, and- shortening the former  route bv about 11 miles.  ORRIS   &   STEED,  General Merchants.  Call and inspect our new stock of  Shoes, Hosiery, Suspenders,'Ties, Underwear, ete |  All above lines are up-to-date gooclsdt will piiy you to see  ::,@ them'before 'purchasing ol.-'ewherc.     We also carry  "������������������!?������ Trunks.'Valises. Sweat Pads, Oil Coats, Oil Hats, Water-proof Sheets, etc  Xo. 2 TUXXEL, STANDARD 3IIXE.  cekiv  Shipments of Fresli Creamery Butter, and Kggs.  , Our Teas and Coffees are taking the lead���������try them.  STEED,.'  ;  Revelstoke, B. C.   ���������'  Front Street,  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  19  Rooms in Suites with Baths and  Toilets attached, //owing- Hot  and Cold Water, Inside Toilets on each floor, Gas Lighted and  Steam Heated Throughout.  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       -  '   'GOLDEN, B. C.  fafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafa^^  ^CLEARANCE SALE  of Ladies, Mit-t-o" and  IFovs ('lut.'iim;, etc..  Children's Unots nuit Shoes,  AT COST PRICE %  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa rSh fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa .  ���������*  ���������*  fa  fa  fa  j-  fa  fa  fai  EDWARD J. BOURNE,  Dealer in BOOTS and SIIOICS, MICX'S FURNISHINGS,,K 1SADV fa  MADF CLOTHING, GKOCICKIKH, Hlc, lite &  B8Lr5:,sTA58s- REVELSTOKE STATION &  .REVELSTOKE, B. C.  .    , , Till"  OW.VIiliS.       ...    -  The Standard is the property of  a local corporation.(he Prince Mining and Development Company, of  which the following are the dire'et-  ers: If. A. Brown, president; J. M.  Scott, secretarv; C. J. Rumens and  W. II. Wilcox;- of Revelstoke,'and  FI. B. Smith''and U. S.' Scales, of  Pendleton, Or.  The Prince iMining and Development Company has a nominal capitalization of $1,000,000 in $1  shares. The company's property  consists of 10 claims, but development is cqn:!ned to the Standard  group proper.  dossing a pretty park-like country, the trees interspersed with grass  arnl flowers at this season of the  year, the glacier and snowfield of  Standard mountain���������one" of the  most prominent mountains of that  section,, reaching an altitude of  8,200 feet���������marks the approach to  the properly.  Tin: camp  is located at an altitude of 6,020 feel,  on the grassy slope on a stream  below the mine, and the cabins  built for cook .house and bunk house  arc exceedingly comfortable. The  bunk house has accommodation for  J2 men. Quartz veins con he seen  crossing the country in all directions in the vicinity of the camp,  and judging from the number of  cuts and   holes to be seen about, a  ,2\\ E. traversed by diorite dykes,  which arethoiou'rec of the mineral  deposits; Portions of (ho limestone  still remain.":.'':   "'  ���������!  7;^i)KVi:i.()PMl"XT.  The plan 7of' development as original ly}acl vised by Leo Von Rosenberg, tlie;celebrated New York mining engineer, who 'reported favorably on the':-property in 1.S9S, was  well calculated (o prove it up,for a  vertical depth/pf 700 feet.  7.77vXo7 1 was.       >���������  A voinwhich wT) s-JiulJ caJi A"o. J  is located at an elevation of 7,000  feet on the east slope of the mountain. Jt is a cross-cut and was run  as an open cut for <\o feet on an exposure of what we shall call No. 2  vein'. This vein has a strike of X.  40 \V7 and a dip of 44 N: E. Jt has  a diorite dyke altered to schistose,  on the hanging wall and lime on  the footwall. At this tunnel a  winze was -sunl' 50 feet on the vein  and showed ore all. the way. At  the time of our visit this winze was  full of water so (hat we were unable  to examine, it. At a distance of  12i feet from the shaft a drift was  run north on the vein. At the time  of our visit this drift had been run  -J2 feet, and showed 121 feet of vein  matter of which four feet was solid  ore. A second crosscut ,run X.  lit) \Y. for 17 feetshows nine inches  solid ore. The adjacent schists are  more or less impregnated with ore.  The tunnel was continued ' Jo- feet  into the country rock. There were  10 tons of shipping ore on (hedump  which showed blocks of eight inches  thick of solid ore.  5Since our visit drifts have been  run from the bottom of the winze,  which are reported to show ore of  high grade assaying over $100 per  ton. A crosscut has also been run  at a point GO feet lower and a raise  made to the winze, all in solid ore.  1 ��������� xo. 3 tcxxici'..  No. 3 tunnel is at an elevation of  7,350 feet. , This tunnel was run lo  crosscut Nos. 1 and 2 veins. . Lt was  estimated to crosscut'No. 2 first at  a point ISO-feet from the portal.  The vein was cut at 200 feet, but  with (he exception of sulphurels  in the'schist. the vein is barren at  this point, indicalin-- thatthe ore  chutes occur eastof the intersection  with No. 1 vein. This tunnel was,  at the lime of our, visit, 2S0 feet  beyond No. 2 vein, and it was then  estimated it would have to be run  another 150 feet to cut No. 1 vein,  which has not yet been developed  at any point. The occurrence here  has given rise to the theory that  No. 1 vein is really a continuance  of Xo. 2 thrown over, but we do not  // You Want the Best  and Purest Selected Tea that money can bny,  packed to retain its natural aroma and flavor,  free from the con tarn ination of the odors of surrounding' articles, <ret  Ting Ling Package Teas  They conic in pound air,tight leaded packages  perfectly pure.  M One Pound Makes Over 2o0 Cups. . ���������   '  50c per Pound  For sale only at  Bourne Bros, Grocery Store  FOR SUMMER DRINKS  ' **^^**^^^"���������^ i*  Mason's English Herb Beef and Wine Essence  Package Makes Three Gallons  PRICE 25c.   \  G. F. CURTIS, RED CROSS DRUGSTORE, REVELSTOKE  Q- ���������0-<>0'0-0--0-<M>00^>^^  AN IDEAL HOME!  ' i  flic place where you spen-] allyour life may be.as pretty as any  in the land if you will only make it so- There are furniture stores  iind,furnitui-c stores. Flore Wi'i-elF good, honest I'urniiiire at reasonable prices. We guarantee satisfaction. If you buy anything here,  and it isn't, just as represented, we want you to .come ami tell us.  Wc will make it right. ' "  . HOWSON k Co.  O       UPII01.STRRING, I'ICTtJUlO FFUMLVti and U.VDEJtTAKIXG  ^o-o-o-oo--o<x>-a<>-os^^  .v.   .!',������,���������."J    V..-'������v  CLAIM.  is seen crossing the main spur of  Standard '.mountain at, an altitude  of 7.S70''.fee{'.:-';'Jt has a strike of N.  ���������10 K. and::;dip- of'17 S. JO. and is  exposed oh the ;west side where the  spur has a; ^pre'cipilous ' break off.  The vein appears here much decomposed.     :^:";--"  7 N07 1  TCNXI'I.  was started on the west side of this  spur   at   an elevation of 7,700 feet  ABRAHAMSON   EROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  Newly   built.     First-class in ^\cry respect. -   All modern conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms.  Rotes $1.50 per Day Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same  manao'ement.  fafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafa  fa  em  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  KOOTENAY HOUSE  =^=s^ OOMAPLIX ^3-������7="  Is Now Open for Business     -     The Best House in Town.  Well Furnished    -    Good Table.  Best Brands.of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.  Sho'viiu  b'ood deal ��������� of   surface   prospecting  has been done on these veins..  i^i^fafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafaSu  9    *    T   ">F   V  y, "V   "������-   ���������*"   y   ���������*"   "*���������    ������   ��������� ���������   TT   T   V   "V   "?'   T   V   T   ���������*���������: T -T   V. ���������   "*���������    *-  fa.  fa  fa  fa  fa\' TiiK I'Hoi-i'irrv       ���������  fa' consists of 10 claims extending from  fa \ tlie .vicinity of the camp to tlie sum-  mounlain.    The  g'rouji projicr'consists of  clainir.  No. 4 Ti;X.N7EL, STANDARD jUINIO.  duinp and.Standard .Mountain 'hi the  lackgrourid.  T I init- oi   Standarc  TiStandard  fa  eiKht  the CJrilerion. ]31ack  lle.'i'r.,.Standard,' Monitor, Contract-  and had it been run oill the vein  itself would have resulted in taking  out ore all the way. This would  have given a gopdadea of the value  of the ore body at.(bis. point and  proved tlie ore body here at a depth  .Of 170 feet. .The liurnol was started  about ?>b feet to'the north, run parallel wilhitlie vein, and, a cross-cut  run. 2-v feet, but. not carried sullici-  tliink this' view correct for the  reason that there are evidences of  No. ] continuing on its course and  accounting, in a measure, for Ihe  surface exposures of ore on (he  Commander claim. Considerable  drifting was done from this lunnel  lust winter wkh a view lo striking  the ore chute of No. 2 vein but  without success.  Till*   Hl'ST  SIIOWI.NTI  of ore at (he time of our  visit was  on (he Commander cluinrnear (he  lower   boundary of (he   Standard.  Here an open cjit run   for   -10   feet  crosscut a diorite dyke and exposed  solid ore In a width of (\\ Uvl wilh-  out reaching I ho foot wall.    It is a  fine body of ore and appeared lo be  the bonanza portion of the properly  The   formation   shows   a  hanging  wall of graphitic, schist.    From Ihe  cut about IS (ons of ore   had    been  l.'ikcn and piled on (lie dump.. Thi*  ore was (be best average we saw on  Ihe.   properly,   running from S  per  cent lo lo   per   cent   copper   with  slim 11   gold   and silver .mIik;--,'   If  development should   disclose  sufli-  cienlly   large   bodies of this ore the  properly   would    prove a valuable  mine.  This vein or dyke, which we  shall call vein No. i], has a strike'of  R..-10 \V.  and a dip of 40 10.    It is  therefore exactly ...parallel'lo No. 2,  from ���������which it.is'250. to 800 feet distant. ."   .  ' ' .'V '  :  Kim'IIU   OI'I'IIATIONS.' ,  The best way to develop No. X  vein, is from No. A ���������tunnel, which  has been nn\ 100 feet. This will be  (lie main working (tinnel. -Tt'is  6ix7 feet, and as far as. driven is a  'splendid, piece of work. 711 runs  through,  schists  impregnated with  ���������'"CutiUiiuvd on Third l'tigo,  Direct from the GROWER to the  Consumer. '<  M0RISS & STEfcD,Sole Agents, Revelstoke  One Block from C P R Depot  nnd Stonmboat Wharves  Rc-furnishcd and Re-modoUo  Rates $1.50 to S2 per day  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,    '  R. DOWSWELL," Proprietor, - Vancouver,   B. C.  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords.      Hesi   W'ines.  1-iquors, &  Rates $i ;i day.    iMonthly rate.  C ignis.  J".-     ALBEET      STOONrE,    ^DRO^'  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTS OF ANY  MAGNITUqE   EXECUTED  ' Complete Installations Our Specialty-  Finest Class of Machinery   ....  The Hinton Electric Co. Limited  ��������� VICTORIA arid VANCOUVER.  IP YOU WORK IN TOWN WHY NOT LEAVE Y0UI1WOBK IN TOWN  ���������7    .;   Ovor 100 .suits luivo curiio into'  fo'w months.    Wii enn't liclji notifi.n  good nnd sonic very b:������l, but XO>"  Give US .a trinl..  (ou'ii from ciislerii liouscsdn (lie.juist  a ,'tlK'iii���������its ourluisiness.    Sonic very  A HE EQUAF, to our $20 to .?25 suits.  -���������simiaffi^M^'i^Miiiim^ THE KOOTENAY MAIL
Zhe IRootenaE Mail
Subscription   Price.   S2.00   Per   Annum
secure gooddi���
countrv tributary to tho Parsnip
and Peace rivers. Till the Canadian -Northern railway'is built to
serve that section, it is probable
that, willi the new (rail and extension of steamer communication, the
trade of thai va~d area of countrv
will centre in Kevelstoke.
AliVKl'.TISING    IIATK3     on     application
Ch.iiipc* in advertisement* imi-.t bo in l>y
Tue-a.iy of each week lo --i
J'J'A l'HINTIXG promptly executed at reasonable, rate-.
Ai't'OL'NTS for printing and advertising
payable on first of month; -.ub-criplioiii
pa; able in advance.
CDIil-ESPOXDEKCE  imited   on  mailers of
public   intercut.   Communications to Kdi-   ,, ... ,
tor   ijiu-i   be  accompanied   bv   name   of   tijan    llllVtlilllir   else  to the reckless
"vnitr. not ncecwinly for publication,  but
The depression in tbe mining industry in this province is due more
��� evidence of good faith.   Correspondence
jiju-i reach the'ofllcc by Tuesday mening.
Thk Kootenay Mail,
Revelstoke, B.C.
We request our numerous readers to
favor us with their assistance In
making the KOOTENAY MAIL the
most valuable advertising- medium   In   the  Kootenays  by giving-
chases   to   those  firms who  are
"reg-ular advertisers In tho KOOTENAY MAIL.
u .
(,'f.pi( - of Tin: M.wi. may be obtained from
the follouillicit; a-jfiiN:   ���
J. W. Hi:nni:it.
.\nadv I litre & Hook Co.
K. II. \Vki.i*.
attempt-* to boom properties. Leading English Financial and mining
men declare (he M'hitak-.T-AVrij-hl
bubble, which boomed Rossland for
a time, 'i.�� mainly responsible for
this mi>chief. In-lead of looking
the position squarely in the face,
Rossland mine owners attempt to
the preference, when making-pur- I ship tho blame Oil to the government
and the mineral tax. The amount
of mineral lax paid h a refutalion
of ftiich charge-.as on a mineral production of .-FlO.OS l.7.">7, only !f'7.'!.-
002 was realized in mineral tax.
The Xettie L paid under thi- tax
ia.-t y.w MC?,' and the principa
stockholders realized (heir holdings
on a basis of returning them nearly
���f 1.000 for every dollar paid by the
mine in taxation.
The trouble with the   mining industry is not  tbe  government  nor
the   mineral . tax, but (be  reckle.-s
boom ing  and   misrepresentation of
mineral 7propcrii:es, and7tlie sooner
,-.tho-press ahd;Xhc'.piiblic7 lake .'this,
ma tier :up a nd eVpose, suciy _misrep-
;resenlatip1i.(lie;:beltcrwili-it;;be for
the liiihing iiHUistryvaii'd'fbrthoin-.
tercets' /of   hibor and; Cii]:u.t-tl alike,
^\7bile newspapers are/;;dccasi6ii.ally;
exaggerated estimates-' and statements that have found publication
from time to time, and are satisfied
the properly should rest on'its
merits. The Prince Mining and
Development company is to be congratulated on the possession of a
properly of so much promise, and
the siiccee** of its operation means
much for the Uie; Bend.
Conservative Leader to Visit British
Columbia Next Week.   ���
Hon. Col. Prior Visits
Says the   Two  Per  Cent Mineral
Tax Must Go. ,
ST     .
S3 ^r9x
Witt Rbrobw."
���P  :-' i \
Addition to
The accompanying is a photo-
gr .phof Mr.R.Jj.liordei*,!!.P.,leader
of the Conservative party, who will
visit Jh-ilish   Columbia   next.week
OiVICKo :    JIOLSO.N'a   n.\sK   Ili.ocic,    Kkviii,-
hTOKK,  It. (.".
Money to loan.
Office-: HevoKtoke, 11. C: Fori. Steele, H. C
Oi.'O. 3. McC'autkh, J. A. Hakvi:y,
llmelstoke, 11. C.       ���  Fort Steele, II. ('.
I   I-: MAISTltFi & SCOTT,
BAK1UST.**HS. 7Soi.icifoR.Sv Notahii*s
7.7;7 .;'���;.;"���   : Puiiuc, Etc.;- '    ': "���77
First Sii'eeK
Revelstoke, F3.0.
l/;/// '���"^���:,Misi^g\ Engine"ek,'','-.;..:.'7;-' 77 7'.
Dk'hi.j.Americah Institute: Mining Kiiginecr's)
i (.Mem. Canadian Mining Iii.milutc.)    ���:'���''���'���
���i;;;7"7V:.;:77'Ri*vEi.STOi*E7iF3. 0.7 7.77,..':,-.-.'7
Kx-arniriation of and reports on Mincrnl Pro-
'   '7    7" ;;=''; perties a Specialty.:;      .: , 7 7'
and probably will attend the Conservative convention in Rcvolfctokc.
On .Mr., .Borden the ...hopes   of   the
Conservative pfu'ty:ai'cplaced7;7/- 7;
77,F)o>rixiox ,t Piiovixciai. F;axi)  7
;in;voy^of Mineral Claims,: Timber Hon lis and
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: Care of'...I. D. 5"ni:-.\i.rj, Iti-:\-i-;i.sro:ci-:,-:H.C.f'.,
;..-v7:    -���''r/i''.;'���;   '';LANp':;SuHVEYqi{7:;
:���::���:'R eve r.ST6i< e,.-B;Cy: 7.:7:' 7'
WprkHTo;B'e- Proceedeg'%With as
':;%^;;Sgpii-fqs-cPqssib/e:;-;; '7;-: 7;''
.7'dl7.C7iKilleeh, inspector;of7rbaxls;
thcrejsuioi-easoji ^vhV^with ajiltj^
cai-c ; hV :sifti.iig :;tbfeir: infoniiati
^'i ���?.#,* W
i'CCiii-ale::repoi'ts: oftlie  niincm
sources;.::! 11 d. 7ininihg7;6pei;aUqns ��
Ifon. Col. Prior visited Revelstoke
this week, arriving from  the south
Monday'and staying till Tuesday
afternoon,    lie  met a number of
citizen*; and discussed   matters   of
importance to the city and district.
He also  visited   the  hospital, new
school   building and armory.    Ue\
considers his trip through Kootenay
and Boundary will-be productive of
good'results.    From what he learned on the   trip,   he   considers   the
mining   industry   shows   signs  of
revival.    There   i-, however, much
complaint against the two pur cent
lax,and hecon.-idern it will have lo
be repealed, though he  has not yet
made.up his mind   what   form ' of
taxation should be substituted,.    As
regards the complaints   against the
eight-hour law.be says that has conic
lo stay,and mine owners are becoming reconciled to it.
Regarding opening up the country by roads and trails, Hon. Col.
Prior says there must be a radical
change. He adyocatas construction
.of trunk rbads7:aii:d7trails by'the
goyernment;rbut--':all7qtlier: woWtp
be done by,'min&owlifers"themsfelyes7
;���-/dfe,was'immensely impressed'oh
his 'visit1 with the: mmcral ;weaillT'of
thet7 province^ and especial lywi tli
111 e: 11 ig'li g ra d e to res of 71 he /Lardeau;
.���;���'!������;;X^J:;6;xMt'M^���s Aii^M^^i? .ikv-ixsM^:M:of Lots^ ,'cippiy to
.77^:.:77.';77v7?:Nui,se:7 7r::-.;;7::.7;:7:7
;;; -Xie y; elsto k e7::J3;:;!'c .;: xx
;ik<3Qtena^ flfcail
^���rAtieast/ifiSO^OO oitgiifto beA-olcfl
by thesDominiohi/dV-improyiiig^lhe
ii.l'j-p'e'r!-Columbia river for; naviga-
;;tioiv-nexI'spring/' '^77/7���;',/:,:-7���;'���.-.:���
1 \:>-.;.The ^Vinnipeg TFi'ec" 7Press. "says
I that ; western ^Liberals;: will oppose
:; the'demand for. higher .protection.
: In this1- respect .'.the Liberals / tiii-
;'!;dpiibted'ly*' voice 7the'feeling of the:
.//west'-//; 7';;-^  ./'' ,/ ^'/:"7;/ :;7.:.:..'���..^'"'7 \;]r
.One of tbe;best''methods 'xjr'-rc-
lnoviiig.the boulders 'which':iliipedo
���navigation in   theUpper Columbia
;;;at low ,water wOuId : be to bringaip
the new dredgefromNakusp.:: With
7Ihe,power.fu 1 50'. foot" crane allafelicd
.to bc/r tltejniprpveiireht'ofthe: river j
channel ..could   be7do.no' at a maxi'
'mum' efiicieiicv. and' minimum cost.
section, i-pceived iiistruclibns:to;pro-
ceod tiiis7week:pver. the rdute'whicb
tlie' trail,willjfollpu7and make ps,ti-,
.mates of, the;.cps^t' of ^construction;
Qir these.,estimates/bping prepared
the y-prkwiil be imt-inj.hand at
���once. and"conipleted.if'.possible.-'tliis--
.fjU.l;-!=so-n'svl.o7.be/iif ������r.c'j^
trailiclpf. nextfspriiig;7'/If^it should
be'fouird/liniTOssiblo.-tp complete the
worlcHhis'f;vlb.:it7 Avill.be cari'ied^ag
fiu-;as'possible:'a'iid.���.���;.c^mpiet'ecl first
The;Jimely   Rescue ^.of a; Bright
Hot;: Pit rents ;���;
AVould  77
Oh* in i   Iter.
.W'lieir j-rowiiij;   liirls or l��oy:
the.sec(ion :in wliicbllicy-arehitei;
;esled; / By foi lowing; such a'-pcilicy
tlieycah.do in.uc.li to,bring;snclr������re-''
and advance tliq -inining and other
'industries''of -ih'oirv ���parlicuhVr.'iobt-i'lV'.
ily,;';;:To'. magnifyV -a .'$ 100,000 -dea'1
of pre'in7sigh 1.7 as:' 10,000""(oil's;;' Io
.state .there arc.,'millions-when there
are :oii ly7li unc^I reds',, or ihoiisijinds-���
all, .these ' thiiVgs'7baVe::iv s:criousjy.
damaging;/effect/though 'they may
be a Itcnded ,wi11V7ieii'iporary bene-:
(i.ts7,/'There is- no 7reasoii7why:!mih-'
ing 'should /.'not7be conducted with
as; minch,i litegrily as7���any''6|lier7i:i;i7:
diisflri-il or cbinmer.cia 1 'business.V7 j/ ; !:,/7��� /7;7- / :~T7 ' //     7;7'���;. 7.7
'���"������.. .,-7 j /���-���' 7' '��������� -,���������;" :������ ' r-".     .y ;'-.��� . ' .i' Was- oii'l lie- \rt!i-L-u 7(.if Complete r,;Ner-
���;, Anotlier jioinl.to,which attention  :/,/ ,;/-'/     ;.  ��    . . ,,:���,���   -"   ���-
.-.. ':,'.���    : ,-'.'��� .::;,��� /. '��� ' '/ .' ���;���/ '��� ���'-.oils -.Prostration .and, "���"��� |,;'
is  required /is 'tho/excessivopi'K:es|./r./;l-V;,',rVr7ni
.���        ���������.������       - -    /',/(..   ������������.'   :   .'    ..        ������':.    /:   1 ,liulli;llL, -I>o.-i 111
put oil '������mincrli If properties.  70wiiers|
of; ]-rospec.ts7say:(hey want, capital J
lb develop7their ;proiier(ies,;and ,atj i���g;: "too9 mttnf /parents   o'xporinicnt-f:011, ;,:fivin;v,;r*i,";7v;:n ^"'������;y : "v''s
the same- lime, demand' prices  a rVd't-witii ..(Ioril,tfdJ:: Viedicfe ��� which Vnt!y70,1T1^Sln ' ��    '''"    " '
terms which arbj.rohil.itivelo'i-ei^f1^
.    1 ���:���������: - ������������-������.      . '   /trou'.'lL:, Jeayincit   to rotarn Rtter in a
resen (a lives of 'Cjipilal  looking .fori mor(j .i%i-avatod:iorin,  AVhtMr-yoit
bona,-' Fide /investi'l-ioii(,..'.'.:Of  cotirse/n^o'^i'. \Vi|li;m)s',
are ail
Fire7 at Rossland 'Destroys k Four
;! '\ 7/ ;;7 Blpcks '������of % B uWingsX;^".
��� ;:On?Satufe;iy afternoon: a d.isMsft-oiis
.lire.broke"put-in 7/FtpssIuncl:destroying
four blocdcs'of bi'isiness-aiHl.'residentiid
buildings ,,pn/Kii-st,Avenii'o^aiid. Spb-:
k.iv'nc;:Strect7. The /RosslantFllrc'. lji-i-
gade f was assisted; by7 the Trail'-and
.\\^'r-Eiiglbi(G6:itrcf:St��r brigade's, -the:
'liraJbrokoput in/tho'estiiblisliiii.civtbi'
17 ;F3urns ifc.Go/, \l.iutcliers./:two7doors^
Street'/.wherea (ire was ...in. use. for rendering daH.'/Tl-e'';F3tii'iis��laiilding w:is
iii :tlie centi-e;:bf a ^olidblpc k'bi7 \vood-
en.; ...b'lijId 1 fig's;, iiiul;7;tlie" s(rQiig7: breeze,
;pi-evailing/speedily spread the, llitnies
;reiits7of/\-;ater.^thrbwn/by l^ielb-cnioiiV'
TiV'20.liiiniites'lifi-puv. tlic^flrsVOiUbreakv
tlioln-e.liad.^p.read.northv'iiitrj.tlie An-:.'
iiCpiHliiV Saloon',. ''���'���- west 'to the ih 7t- 7\l
saloon7and,;spu11^7 tb7lthe7Qpeiii;;d7vl/
cnc7' Salo6ir7u-Jj.ile :Tlioinj)s^
intrant,; 7inimedialely7/a(ljoining7''tlie
Ourn's block, was ''in volved' with the'
IJiirns/place'iir/.t:]ie,;7iirsX7 otitbi'eak/
tlie -lire! bad'juiiiped,First:Aveiitie'to
' two.iarge tliree-story liuildings used as
stores,   and these: were totn'flv
*, Kootenay liodg-e,
* 'No.15'A.F. & A.M.'
,'.*. /���   ������-:7'"''-'- ���'.���:':.:������'/���
* ,-TIic regular'111 cctin'gs''
"���.'.; nro hold in."l.hc;;-aifiB-*1-
onicTcniplo. Hoitnie,
- '*��fcs>,-u-7^'^~:^zx \��~3= *������ j, .in.each
-c^^��"S?^. >@?"�� month  nl. : S : p.   in:
,��=SS3*i,'^_1gS>^r*'    Visilinn ���'.lirc.tli.ron
"~" cordially w.uluoniud.
I'.-COIlDblsr "siioi-irfAiivr.'-
S.^* .  '-- :-I't'e-jiiJii'i''mi*c'tiii(f8Ai'o lidld
'���������^ ^ffaVw-*^''���-��� "' Oddfellows' Hall every
-;'o4A^��-M'J%sTliiirs(lay night al, -clifht
^v'^rr^^W^itKio'clock:  .ViKii.inKhrothei-s
'-,-. :>'<������<-'- *'/�����**$'&''���'' cord iully.; welcomed'./'-���.
ri. s: \viiiSb.*\,7s.G//7r.A. stonk, iii&';K.s.-
SELKIRK LODGE, NO. ia^'i. 0:0. F.
': '_'L-���4^'!'"/���//.' /'iMects ovory/.'I'iio'sday
e\:cning, i:in .-Selkirk
Hall   . ill,' : S:r "6'clocl:."
���;,.^^.--a^^**^^^///tjl Visiting breMiren cor-
^S^T,/���������.���.���'!   .���',:.: ^=5^'dially -inviled- to': nl-.
/;.7.777.,777:7'7'..7'/f,7'-7-ic��-l-.7^..7 7,:: 7:///7
.i.������outiii"ss;.;.n-,g/:v ; 7;/;-, 'J./matiiiicskc
WI)en'.' wiii,ii'ig s-t:i ic.: sit\
v7]'- 07./ISrix/liiti, '
The International
,    Correspondence. Schools,
��� ��� S,(JK.\XTO.V, |>.\.
'I'liu world needs you, hut' iiuedw you
Iraini'd, We teac.-li liy mail, Afoc-liani-
i'.il, Sii'.-un, Mleetrieal, (Jiv.il.-tn'd Aiming
Kngineering; Shop and I-'otindi-y I'ra".
lii-e; A'i;cliiU'L-ttit-e; ' I'liiinliiiig, Sheet
and Iron work; 'F'.-lephony, Telegraphy
Olieini-try, Oniamenla) J.),.sign> FA'ttcr-
ing ' and Sign I'.iint.ing; Knglisl,
Hi-aiii.-he.s, llookkeeping and SLetio-
gi-aphy, ICIee(iolTlH;rapcuiiu?s, German,
French and Spanish,
lii^wliii-li yot| are inl.eesl.ei].
y\V.   II. MaDOUG.WA, I|epieMMila(ivet '
7;��: iN'i'Ismi, ||, O,
/7/c ' CuiJltal, ,$1,500,000,
touch,  .upon    the    .sv.ini.itoins^ ol  'the f ,,.u^���    nv,v���.;���a ^i" .:  , i'       r ���: ������*������   -i
1 ... i -��� i w.ncn   the wiiul.changed/and   turned
���e: wa s7. spread ing. east-ra j iid I y
tr    ' '"' '���""���'""
(ire /west.'  The :. flti.mes;7.jiini|jed
,-  ,.   ,,;,,. ,-  ,--.-,. ���,��������� -j-I'bk.'ihc,.Stre'et.,-iii)d':':wipet|-ou't/l'iirh'-ii-'
:,nk:M1^^i:Ji7,9.Ldo-;en://b.isine,     ' '     ''       -'"'   ������'
:.   P.-uilsoii's.
.7; ^\'hen, the Dominion" government
7- T-irty ��� is'.'���'���looking .Oyer the Upper.
���, vCo.l ii m bi a lie x t' mo n. t h,. wi t h a' vi e w
. ;" to'directing.-improvemehts'for navigation, it would 'be -well7 if ' Death
���  :and.^.Priest, >apids; \ycrc"examined.
���   by the Dominioiv engineer, to ascer-;
.tain w.he.tlier.a s'ystem.of locks could ,
;be7 devised/ to '. ensure .nav'iKa-tien-H
-werecog.ii-ce.that'a-iviine bwiierdias/]^lvl'7^
-,' .;,       '��������� '/���y -        .    ���    /    ���   .. tliov.   go. (liH'iit-h/to theroot, 01   the^jn >,},,, 1,i;v;i.'^     -:,   - v.,'- ������ -���,'<-,.'���
.lliesameriglit-as the owner of any; t^.ihie.bv niakihViieu-^riehHi blood.;    r ."r.",'1 ^' /. ,,, .    7 s 7 :7 -���;'v ���;  7' -
ii  ���     i    ���:.������?'��� /'.'    .    1    ,  ' ��� v"1'-     . I   -.)���'r      - ��� '" '��� -1 ���   '���������   ���     i-'     x iiu-.\\ jiter su )ph-,,was exoellent. .-;-���
othci-'Class ot pr.opertv, ,lo,deal with .:'"��i buiiiling tip weak nerves��� m this; :/T1|0 -jirin'i-ip-tl ;.lo*ses     	
i:t.:-a"s''.':he  thinks   fit'. :l��ut'tliVrij-'i!i::"-no ;;>7':y,;,t-lioy..curVi: aiUl'-.thc-'trQuOkv flf��ef=i;'; Bij-r^-;. */'Co>*6,e66/"t-aii
���������;:������. ���"���������,/''���      ���/,'���    \ ������������:<: .   /not. retivni.    It  is ��� bf.-efmse1 -1 hose J'ir s/ ^tx,.,,    -*VinoiV '������ l 1 < i    ��� ���; ���'���  -        :n '������'"
other class .of 7]b:operty'where'the i^ways;^
!i!vy..-iie(t!cini'yiii.;tiiir: .���world,..; ',;.J.ney .ii're -VA-y-.-j (.;()() ;-   '        '"���  >���''���'���''"":���'���""' ������''���" "'. ���"'
���'lioti'ui' exp7rih!r!it-^iiiHSC: other mi?d'i-"; ;."���/��������� 7''i'': \;: ��������� '77: "; ':." 7';/ ���...;������'. .-.;/ ,''7:'/
eines'; :my,." 'Airs, ���'���'V\-ilsoti- ���.ijoiiiiso'ii,-'--���; v,. ./'/���/77^':7<:'/'-*:T';*''T:i7r~r:--.:'/ ' "'-'y.;.
;fi'omi��W-i.  X.- '^.v;yiyp.*;-tiiii-;;Y*>Jlowwi^: /^ff"::/,/?��5J?-:'^^^/5'7'"'-'"/'/^r^yf'1
st'long cori-i>ix>r;it 1.011..7 v^iic says,:���---.At:: ���' ' : ���������,.������ ���������i. :'://:���'-/��� ^-/���*',. '
ihe; age .01" n ire'.' oi;r:'dii.t')g-ii.li.-r'..A'Sber.tii:i ������ ��� X\"fo,iia,vf: reoejyed -from theAVo'ekl v
began to;!.lee!i'iK/-:i:'i h'i-utb;���'.'.��� Tli'.- co.i-7 I-'rw; J^ress- a/pieturc 'i 11'.colors .bf'-'Fvh
.':' j7 .Staiiips
. Notiiryv.', :7
;IJriei!;7 7 7
'/���',��� Markers
Pi-inliiig .7-
';;,.. iMllcllilli'SJ'
fHuiu! Datliig-
iiiid Nnniliui'-.
ii'ilf Siiinips
Huhbo'i- Typo
Grown .Print
itig'Pre yes,
etc., etc.,, ;,.���'
/i^CLaketvav.-!-^ ;llul |in|,u.llieia business carried
77 :7. ���:.-;�����:��� '^.--?.-/.77:;7'7;7.',n;byAy.^.lnllis(ii! ���l Riivelsl.ike.
Wgoispido^ Best Carriage Woods Kept in Stock
g.;^T^s;:;SMrp^d;g;     Shoeing.a Specialty..
Cl.atl,;un'AV7go,^,a,,d:;:81(^ "M. -,.,,3.., CultnfS)   ^^ ;uk]  K
/Hagoi)s.--/i\leCorniiek:Mower-,   and   F'e " -        -   -- ���
.fluehcc7ou The' Avel fa re/of a, whole,
district;as/in 't:lie;ease"lof:.niiriern.l/i
property.;' -'7 7 '//,''  7- j-;-://'/���';/��� ������,-
/1,     ,     7VANCOUVER, B. C.
]X'''.:':';.'*xftis-'^';-i:^;- '������'������'
: The ;J)uhsmuir 'government   is,
willing (o  subsidise a steamerser
vice, jsetweeli:  Priest7;."R;|:pids..' a:nd
Canoe ,Ri\%- in'������'.the
or, It;i'- li'u-iM^i/'k; JW'r.app'ftile/faiiird'.^diyaril.' \"F ('.���.,. tliis';bcing.''the "-.supple-
and siie coD'jpIab:.-.:! of headaCM'/sujid '/nienis wltieb they 'are issuirig Ho their
,a. weakness !>i the Mini-:-; /Her'nea::.!! /readei-sfor /Vugust in connection with
-jrew' ���s./f.-.l.nd .i.Fiii'i. \v//:;wr''<>/ forcf'tb: to ;t|y:)V phiji of/ in'ontHly distribii.tiOii'Of
'kfeiures'andt'ltibiiingwi'fb the'  Koin:-
tliey have subsidised, the' steamer
Revelstoke. ; With this assisbtnee
assured,'it would be woljif asclteme
were'deviscHl to place a small -������learner
...-.ikv.: !ii'!',fro'ih sell*;. J.7 \\'t-t:7'Al iever
ii 1 .'re.iiii'ttdi"^,. ;>iU''".ti.V<>y ditl- riot ii'/jV Ji.,-;-
nvie way a^'and" shii'kei.tgivi.wihtr we;!ki:r>)vjl...]i!ji;
ti'-iifc. ��� .'febe-\vas v-'.Ty ���'pi,,i(.-:.'.',li.<i'd -.ii'i!if>.-.'
verge of cfiiiipieto.' lierv/.:
,1n. filet weieared '-.tliiif
take 'la. r frorn   us,    1 'i.nc   ''I
stoke ,to.Canoe river.
he experience- at
v./asa striking   illustration    of  the'
��� inadequacy of . the witter.supply of
tbe i.:ity to cope witl.ieven ���lliesiiiall-
e.-t fire.   Had the outbreak occurred'
, in a. thickly. ��� built   part of tbepily
it v,-otild have been.wiped out.' ..The
"itizens must be aroused to the fact
that an iitiproved water .supply is a
necessity totbisi city'as a matter of,
self  jirotection.   a.'nd slejis inust lie
taken,to provide .it, 'whether ���tho
deal   with   the   Water,   Light.'and
Power corn pany goes through or not.'
lea to - wioiiid ;
ty f -sfi-jv ;n/7
'icco'tn'.it i:i a , iiewspap'T'/if a.��� "girl'wlii'i':
been e'wn-d/o'f, a ��� 'siiiiilur   1 ro.hbli."|
use. ofl)r. W'UliiHii.-' i'iiik i
Pills."  \V'e '-de-eided   t/7 iry'ih'eH(-.-7i:id';
before three bo.v.-s w.-re Yis..:il liven-''v;l- '
;i 'Ifi'lc'.'.-ii- )Mi|.;".��-.:'-Mi'Mi <��� ��� in.A If>ort.li;i/-
shown 'greatenfei'-'; e.,!i.|i!.i7ii,' Aye   r<.irtintied. giving her .
iii    exeelioiit ��� ''"'' l'''';* '"'' po.babiy- \\\-t, -u;'. 11 !'f(-. by'
g7 ';. ::,7'. ��� wb-ieb I'l-nw' she ���������.';.!- ,;!!��� b'-ai'tb.'.' .;'i.-' ;i rvv
,-ji'ri'.iij'tier ii-j-i.-. ���' F'l.-r ,;ippi,t/it.- )sovf
illld. Ileal!) rapid-, and' lMMloilbi   llie/'l,!in1.,d/llie.,l.eadaeli. r.   had db
necessary Financial, assj-ta nee could'; '''''��� in"' i|,*'''-li":k.- Ij-el te-.iio.'d th. ir
I,       ],.:.,    i ������ i'. .       '', i'   ' ���'���   ���'  ���   , :'i'os\"C"l.fi'.    11 is ii'/v n. a.r,iv i'wn vear-
lie   obtaine-d   to ���, tint on the. .-ce-ont ,;   ���  ;.       .    .   .,..,, ������.-,,      -.:*.,.
' ''...-.' /-inei-,  she l(.ok tla.-.  mil- ai.d site    )Ki:-
steilliiei- ret j 11, i red;   to'."comple'le   ihf.-'j'.iir.t   lui'd a .>ie.k   <l7y'' .-ii,.'.-.   -W'e.^u-e'
link in the chain,    One of i.lut u)ost7 v7r^'P"'1"'"1 i"1'   Mi|al  . I'l'-AVil'li'iiii-'
;,.. ,'....'''.      .-,,!,       .������'���''    i   ���     >"..������������    ; I'ink ��� Pills' lin \e   doiif'   fui-''iiei'.- ��� an '
iinpoitant, results, ol. '	
would1 be   to .make'
thfbiigh 'the\:rap|d-?;V.ir;sp.'the;cos,t.'.'IH''x !in'>-iia��
of a.tramway, would beavoided and {tliu^ ^oinplcteilie chain oi7 im%v- j .tin;"u-:h t
a-'steamer; could  run from Revel- \^<>n ''between-7t bis;."cily   and vtl.ie
north-'   The Revelstoke Xii.vigation ; ,|(j(.(,;(i
coinp.'iny   ba vt
prise   in   providing
ste.amer for t radio   bet ween tin- oil -,
ks.\v ,M.\i!., Thepieture.u'hich is 10 by
'.'"���;-.-:'.i.'adHis.Js.pivntod' in four.colors,
"and. shvnvs bis aiajesU- in7tln:slrikin'g
s'lmforiieof a .Field :Atii.rsba.ll.  / ������... ��� '
0o You Want, to: BrigJiten and j
7; : Adorn Your Homes?     ,
'     E; W. B. Paget/Prop,   v
.irroiiipLclelivery' of parcels, bagga'gej
etc., tO"iiii.y/'piirt:of- tbe^City.' ��� 7/7
7   .'   ��� .    ���'"  '. ,../ ..;   ���/��� ' ������'������ '/. /;������-.   ' '���:' . ij "-��� 4.   .-
: Any Kind of Transferring    |
7 ;: ^'^Undeptakcii; -p'-':
/.All; orders' left, .��� at ,11.'.M,;Sinyl he's
Tobacco ;.Store,:or' by '.I'eleplioiio,' No.' 7
w i 11 redo'i ye prbin pt iiitr n t ion..., ���       ���,: ;
ami   i-eaper.s.    Co'pp   lii.os.
Cu I l/i valors, Totiiloc I Jiggers, veto.', etc.
sy gelling  your prinling done In (he
bet us serve you. Tt, will si'ive you
(into, energy and money. ()ln- c|Mrgr-s
.are reasoiiithle and (lie results prompt
ami pleasing,
Kootenay Mail Office,
,.  ^Q-J^mmmGAN and EQUITY
:Two;of the Best Nou-Bokrd Insurance Offices.
11 i|.".-.!'-
din-:-, 1.;
'.'/nil'];  \
<>. -.vTh.';i.i \L!';!--' tlie 22:, pic/
:ho. wo'idd���/-;.' I'iiiiio.iis. arii.'s'tr:
ii ' !"' . -"nt. ''Voti," logel-ber
KoOTivVAY .MAIL andv
I*.[���-.- e {'revs fi,..r' a vear' on
$2.7rt.  "A-b.lre.^   "'���    '
Baker and :
.   oivice-: JVUinnmo-^ has;,becn./;appr,h)tGcl Ao-Cnt  lor  Rcvcl-
stokc loi-,tlie ;.i'!.).oy.c.;Coh 1 p.a'.ili       ���v
.;: ./.'li-'.wijl;-.'.l)(: S'lacl7t(Kqti(itC'ratts, antl it is safe to  say  thej
i"Ucs,at .^hicli. wcoll-ji' to takcyonr risks cannot be beaten,
���*.,���������- AVhypay excessive rates wlieh an opporiunity is alTbrded
yon . of. ;Htx;tii-ni-' absolute iirotcbtioii against 'fire at the  lowesi
W.  S. HOLLAND, General  jMana��rCr,
aeceHsible'  to.
Pink ��� Pills hi,
would advise all
lers   are ailing
|'i; i reaits v.'la
I'.,    id'.-e������!,...
a    ���la.ir
.' \\'e eongratulate'lbe government
qn, .having .taken 'str-ps to push on
t'lie Canoe' river trail.; Tin.-- work
will give a convenient ineansof
aeco.'-s to the ujijier portion of the
Vivs Bend. Canoe river, Tele Jaune
Cache, the   Upper Fraser,'and..will
market (lie great inie.a. deposits ��� .of';'���'"'.', ;"|fi.i,',l"!��� '-���xjj'-r-ij.i'-.-;i
Tete Jaune'Caebeaiid'Uie big llerid. i ''^^''u";',!;;    ������ ���. ,   ,7,,      -v  )   '
   -.        . ��; i-.,'J|-    " ilh.irns   rink Iii!.-' uih   On t-(-
.... . ���.. _.        .��� . ; -.-t 11 i.i-'iiiibj.-s lliiil/'ai'ise   ji'oin poverl v of.
( '' TI]FvSTA.\IM'lF'l)'7M-f.\K.      ;:'t!ie   blood V,.r. wenk ' iiei-v.;,,-.   -Aiitong
',���       ���'   ,,���  ��� ���71',  . ' ' . '���--neb'IrolVblAfi'ji'iay.b'e-i.i'h'is-ed .anaeiiiiti,
Un our. first page will be lotind a ; ;bei,daehe,   .���   n.-tn-ikia;     ' erysipeh-s,'
full and aeetira.le description 'of, thei rln.'iuniii ism, heai-.t aih'iieiiis'.'dyspeiisia,
'partial p.'tnilysi.^, St. V.it.'us di'ince. and
(ly ailmeiils (hilt, . roi'idoi''' miserable
the live.-; of-SO inn iiy'��� woinciy He son;
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W'uc ;t  \  ���������iOt  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Continued from First rage.  ���������-'������������������  THE BIG BEND  DISTRICT.  pulphuret.--.    The directors have re-J  solved tq push this work during the  winter.  The extension of Xo. 4 tunnel  will col the ore chute if it goes down  at a depth of 2.50 to 300 feet, and its  extension should also crosscut No.  2 vein at a depth of ooO feet. The  results of (he work will therefore be  anxiously looked forward to.'  The property is one of the most  promising in Kootenay, and is in  every sense a legitimate investment  The directors and managers deserve  great credit for the energy and persistency with which the)**have conducted the development of the property.    Under great diFlicultics they  Mahon and A. Mcintosh. This  property is located on the strike of  No. 1 vein of the Standard and  shows good ore on the face of a  precipice. The ore occurs between  lime and diorite. Development  work consists of two open cuts.  ,  G.' M. Clark has a claim, the Mas-  coll, on tlie southwest of the group,  and on which he has done three assessments.  BABY'S OWN. TABLETS.  Cure All the Ills of Little Babies  . and Big Children.  This medicine is good for all children, from tlie feeblest infant, whose  life seems to Jiang bv a thread, to the  ;*  II. V. :  1'ii-euinr Prince Minim  WITH,  : and Development Co.  have steadily pursued their course,  and success should be their portion.  Supl. .Rumens and Foreman Wilcox have been unsparing in their  efforts to advance the best interests  of the company.  Tin: or*]-:.  The  Standard shows ores of several kinds.    There is   arsenopvrite  and   chaleopyrito .in Xo. 2 tunnel,  chaleopyritc and pyrrhot'ite on the  Commander, native   copper .in the.  .schists- and  oxide of copper in the  footwall.    The ore runs in value all  t he-way from .fo   to $90 a ton, and  ,will. probably   average  about $15.  but tjie directors propose to handle  in the near future only   the higher  gradeoresaveragingabout $40 aton.  W ith  a   suflieient  quantity  of ore  \  BIG BEND.  i i  Lumbering and Mining Operations  Progressing.  Geo. F,afornie, wlio is camped at  Downie Creek, keeps 23 pack and saddle horses there to meet, the requirements of travellers by steamer and for  packing out supplies'from the landing,  tie Fins also a team, hauling logs for  the Fred Robinson'Lumber Co. on  their limits alongside Downie creek.  On the opposite side of the Columbia River A. and S. Carl.-on are getting  out logs for the Revelstoke Lumber  Co.  Logging is actively going on nt the  main camp of (.lie Revelstoke Lumber  Co. under J<7 McFntyrc.  Opposite Boyds ranch is the logging  camps of Edgar FFros. who arc getting  out logs for, the Ftevelst-ke Lumber  Co.    ^    n  . J. Nelson has a camp two miles  above JJoyd'snnd is also getting out  logs for the same company.  'Eight miles'above Downie Creek,  and opposite ��������� Death Rapids is McMii-  hon, Bros. logging en nip. A shoot  will be built from the log pile to (lie  Columbia River.      c ,  Ft is probable that over 40 men arc  "engaged in lumbering in the Big Bend  at present.  H.A.Morris and A. W. Mcintosh  came in on Friday' from Dowi^e  creek, where they hove been building  a trail and recording new claims on  the copper-gold b,:lt.  eE. McBean and J. P. Kelly came  in from Carnes '.creek on Saturday  where they have been doing assessment work., They sank a shaft of 10  feet on the Annie and also extended  the tunnel on the Xiiiety-cight. The  work done has greatly improved  the appearance of the Fatter property.  The work done on Mr. -Kelly's Eli  claim on the north side of the creek-  showed up two feet of ore, including  two tine stringers ofcopper ore.   "  T. Edwards lias' located a fraction  of 300 feet between the claims held by  .17 Little and A. MeGr.gor on' F.al'ornic  creek.  sturdy boy whoac   digestive apparatus  occasionally gets out of order.   Thc-'-e  is   no stomach or bowel trouble   that  Baby's Own Tablets   will not  speedily  relieve and   promptly cure, and do it  in a natural way,   as tlie   medicine is  ganranteed   to contain, no  opiate   or  harmful   drug.    Experienced mothers  everywhere praise Baby's Own Tablets  above   all    other    medicines.     Mrs.  James   A.   Wilson.'   Wyoming.    Ont.  says:���������"I have used' Baby's Own Tablets for both my  children, and consider,  them indispensable   in any   borne  where there are young children.   One  of my children was very fretful, and I  always found the   Tablets comforting  and a splendid   regulator of the stomach and bowels.    I   think the Tablets  have   been the means   of   promoting  many   a sound night's rest "for   both  myself and children."'  Children take t!;ese as lendily as  candy, and crushed to a powder.'thcy  can he given with absolute safety to  tlie youngest, weakest infant. "You  can get the Tablets from any dealer in  medicines, or sent post-paid at' 25  cents a box. by writing the Br. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvillc, Out.,  or Schenectady, X. V.  mining, manufact-  for 100 inches on south fork of Canyon  [creek for Pedro group; J. Sclimitt  has applied for 100 indies at Canyon  creek, Trout I,ake; J. X. Greer hasap-  plied for 500 inches on south fork of  Lardeau creek for  tiring and industrial purposes.  Rowland Brittian, Patent Attorney,  Vancouver, reports two patents issued  to British Columbians, T. S. 'Banvis,  Vancouver, on a water wheel and (������.  Tund, Victoria, on a gas burner.  , C. B. Hume and Co, are now making the bricks for the city schools at  their brickyard on the west side'of tlie  river.  The contract for plumbing and heating in C. B. JFumcand Go's brick  block lias been accorded to , Moscrop  Bros. 0  TIUVCE    TABLE  ���������S'. S.   "Archer" or ������>. S.   "Lai-Jean."  Running between Arrowhead, Thomson's  Landing and C'omnpli\-, commencing Oct. litli  1901. will .sail as follows (weather permitting) :  Leave Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Coiniiplix twice daily at 10k. and 15k.  L<"iveConri]-liJ* and Thomson's Landing for  Am/ .vhead twice daily al 7.15k-. and VIA51c.  Milking close connections with all C. P. 1������.  trams and boats.  The owners reserve the'right to change times  of .-aihngs without notice.  THE FltKI- I'OI'IXSOX LUMBER CO. LTD.  V. UOHINSOX,  . Managing Director,  Summer Goods!  THE MINES.  25 men arc at work on   the American.  Byron White may build a smelter at  Kaslo.0  Coal is .fill at Xcw  York owing  to  the strike.  A deal is on for the Fron   Hand  at  Whitewater.  BANKING.  Tbe Union. Bank^of-Jralifax and  Commercial Bink of 'Windsor will  amalgamate.  The imperial Bank have called  tenders for erection of a handsome  block at Strathcona.  Roy Dougla's.of the Molson's Bn.ik  staff, will go to Banff on a holiday,  .which he will   spend with his parent's.  Mr. Ward, who has been appointed  manager of Molson's   Bank  here, iir-  The Bevelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd.  TIME TABLE  (i)uring season of high water.)  Screen Droors. Adjustable Screen Windows.  .Screen Wire, Refrigerators, Tee Cream Freezers, Garden llose, Nozzles, Sprays. C mplings.  Lawn Mowers, Water Coolers, Water Filters,  Coal Oil Stoves, one and two burners. .  EVERYTHFXG iX THE HARDWARE LFXE.  Hardware  Stoves  Tinware  rived on Saturday from F>orliArthur  accompanied by Mrs. Ward.  . C. A. Hanson, of Coates, Son and  Co., the London bankers, who is on a  visit- to Canada, reports Financial and  general outlook in Great Britain sound  and of great hopefulness.' Money is  easy.  FX G.'Forbes, who has been acting  manager of Molson's -Bank, has obtained a month's holiday, which he  will spend iii' Calgary. H. Cariiahan,  teller of the bank, will remain here till  the return of Mr.'Forbes.  Leave Eight-Mile Landing cacJi  i-TUESUAY AXiM-'RiDAV at (5 a  Leave La Porto each  TUESDAY   AXD   FKFJJAY at. 2 p.m.  SPECIAL TUJI-8 will be made between dates of lvgularsailing whenever  business offered warrants same.  The Company reserve the' right to  change lime and days of sailing without notice.  ���������K)KSLAXL>,  Master.,  It. W  TliOUI',  Purser  LAWRENCE^  Philadelphia,   ha.-  II.   S.   SCALl-S.  Director lYinuc .Alining and Development Co,  i  thi.-* would give ample  margin   for  piolit   with   up-to-date appliances  ��������� for working, as tho property is  one  V'hicliccan   be' worked to great advantage.    Water power is plentiful,  (iroat   depths   can ..be obtained by  ndit levels and  tunnels.    Provided  development   pioves   up large-ore  bodies Downie creek ��������� affords an excellent route for a'railway or tramway lo the Columbia river, and  if  the   mine had -it?  own smelter, the  townsite of   Downie. on tho Columbia .river, would be tjio host location  for   it,    Downie ��������� creek 'has   every  promise   of   supplying.other gold-  copper properties.    The geology is  favorable fur mineral dopo.-iIsland  il is not too much   to   hope,   from  present prospects of .Standard Basin,  DEAFNESS  Cured by External Application.  The   publication   of   103   cases   of  deafness, and diseases  of.the oar,'nose  and throat, cured   by the Drouet Institute during  January,  February, and  March,   and a further  record   of   upwards of Hi) cases   cured during' April  and   3(> during May, arouses  a strong  interest in the method   by which such  remarkable results tire obtained.    For  the benefit of those   interested in this  j subject, a brief, account of this Method is extraoted   from the "Journal for  the   Deaf."   The treatment is   based  upon the well-known  absorbent properties   of  the skin, and consists   of   a  specific which is   used entirely in the  form   of an external   application.' A  plastic   preparation in the shape of   a  crescent   is placed'over   the   mastoid  apophysis,   the arched portion of the  skull   boh ind the   ear, where it is   in  close relation to   the internal parts of  the   organ of   hearing.    This   plastic  application contains the medicaments  which   are intended lo act upon   'the  middle and inner  ear.    Absorption of  these .remedial    agents    takes   place  through   the   skin   and    intervening  tissues, and jn this way they progressively     penetrate   to   the   'structures  essential to   hearing.    Here their curative, properties aro   exerted,   acting  counter lo the congestion and inflammation,   producing resolution in   lib-  rous   deposits, and thus restoring  the  sense of hearing.  This external application, then, is  the basis of the Drouet- Method, but  the thoroughness with which deafness  and ear diseases are treated by the  Institute may he judged by the fact  that every detail of each case receives  attention, adjuvant treatment being  prescribed where the ailment is complicated by an inflammation of the nose  and throat, or by some special general  condition, or where! antiseptic precautions are necessitated by a, discharge from (he ears.  Those who are interested in (he  treatment of deafness, or of oar, nose,  or throat alhnonts, will find a further  description of the Drouet Method in  the last number of the "Journal for  the Deaf." A free copy of this publication, together with a ".Supplement"  containing a full report of the cases  cured during the .past month, can be  obtained by addressing the Secretary,  72. Regent's IVk-rnwl, X- W��������� London, England. Each "Journal" is  accompanied by a Patient's Kcport  Form, which enables applicants to re-  celvo full particulars for applying the  treatment at home. Any advice by  correspondence is absolutely free, as  are also the consultations by means of  the Report I-'orm.  W.   Stead,    of  .bonded the Flhel.  Half a ton of ore shipped to the  smelter from   the 'Linson View, went  The Fort Steele Prospector reports a  rich strike of native copper in , the  AIki district.  Discoveries of tin are reported from  Wigwam, and ef mica on the Seymour  Arm of Shuswap Lake.  Owing to concessions granted by the  Great Xorthcrn the output of the Le  Itoi will be raised from FU,000to 11,000  tons a week. ��������� '    -  J. Brydcn, P. Lampman 'arid T.  F3oyee' have been appointed a royal  commission to enquire into the Fornic  and Wellington colliery disasters.  ' The Nelson News says:, "In W. A.  Gallihcr, M. P., the people of Kootenay have as stout a champion in the  matter of increased lead duties as they  could wish for."  W. G. Gerrard, of Comaplix, has  crossed the mountains east of Wigwam  with three mates to look for old gold  workings at^thc head of Kettle river,  formerly owned by his partner.  The interest of W. E. Ftoss in the  I3Iack Warrior, Evil May., White Star  and Xo, 13 has been bonded by J. F.  Armstrong, official administra'tor, to  IF. X. Coursier of Revelstoke for $-1000.  COMMERCIAL  The report of R. W. Day, of Xelson,  assignee of ' the estate of Anian and  Stewart, of Revelstoke, and Xelson,  shows that the estate did not realize  enough to pay the expenses of assignment by $L(i7. , The law costs alone  were $100.   ���������' < ,.  TBE MARKETS.  Bourne Bros., merchants.Revclstoke  report for week ending August. 1st.  Floujj. ' "  '   Hungarian, per bag 98 lbs $2.75.  Graix.  Wheat, per ton $32.00.  Oats, per ton '..'.���������. $32.00.  Feed. ' .     '    .  .  Hay, per  ton, timothy...  Shorts   Bran,   Sugak.  Sugar, per sack; 100 lbs..  Vegetai5I.es.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mail Lines.  ,    Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  ALLAN MX'*:-From Montreal.  T������ni-iiin     ----'...   .j,lIyln  Pretoria!] "   .)(,  .N'mnidean        -       - -   ' . Aug.":;  DOMINION LINK-Krom Montreal.  Dominion -Auk-'  I-'rom Portland.  California!!      ......    ' .Julj- 12  Coloman Aiiir!"  UEAVEIl LINE-From Montreal.  Lake Manitoba .July 17  I^nke Melanin; ..������������������<>[  Luke (Jlmniplnin ������������������   ���������'ji  Luke Ontario   -      -    '-      -      -      .       Aug.'7  Passengers ticketed (Iii-oukIi to all parts of  brent "'main and Ireland, and at, .specially low  rates to all parts of Uie European continent  Apply to nearest railway or .steamship agent or  T. W. BRADSHAW.' Agent, Revelstoke.  Couldn't catch, any fish so l,mg as lie  dangled'bis, line in his mother's pail.  You must fish where the fish are, and  you must advertise where the readers  are.  The-KOOTEXAY .VAIL colums are  the most extensively read advertising  columns in .North -Kootenay. Everybody who U anybodv' reads the  KOOTKNAY MAIL. ���������   <  Advertise your ��������� business in the  KOOTEXAY .MAIL and you will Find  the results prompt and satisfactory.  ing to the Front!  lilNSllilil  lifraillLfliWBWiiiii  Trains leave  REVELSTOKE  Easlhound  Daily  "siio"  .'.$22.50.  . .$25.00.  , .$22.50.  ..$6.00.  Southbound.  Westbound.  ���������8:40  17:15  Sun. Wed.  and Fri.  4:35  Mon. Wed.  and Sat.  Camborne has been called the  Rossland of the Lardeau.  '3  ooo-ooo-oo-o-  Many believe thai   Caniborne has  future than any mining- camp in the West.  a greater  Those who are .wise and can size up a" good  thing " are getting in on the-Ground Floor.  Some  of the  best0 lots- nave already  been  snapped up.    Don't you want'one ?  'Twill Make Money for You While You're  Sleeping.  ,21:00  Beets, per lb.  ....'.3.  .$1.25.  $-1.0.0.  .3.  W.   II.   WILCOX,  MiriiL-liji;.mid l'.iroiimn .Stiimlard '"Mine.  Keystone iMOuntain   and   Downie  creek, (hat.another Rosslaiicl   may  yet grace ; some,-porlion'of llie Big  ': L'end,: such  ;ns 'the    lowiisite'  of  Jjon'nio:     '������������������'������������������.     ������������������'���������-���������'���������     '.'.'    -  o '  , OTIIKH   I'HOI'KliTIKS.    ���������    ','  - The high promise of t lie ���������Standard  properly Jia','7���������resulted Jn a large  ���������number o.Nociii.ioh.s, being iiiitdo'in  the vicinily'.    North of   (he Staiid-  ,itrd is   th(:7l''rii'ncis, owned by ,1. I.  : WOodrow, George .Johnston, ..). Me-' tyranny  LABORS CALL.  Notwithstanding a general rise in  wages the worker is getting less of the  good things of this lifefqr the work he  is doing than iii 3.890. Tlie increase  ���������i.n.wagos sinoh J.80I), when lhoirpresent  oraof excessively high prices began,  will no foilncl to be from 10 to 15 per  cent, but in the same period-prices, on  it 1,1 the staple articles tintt a man must  .buy for his family lmve increased in  price'from 20 to 33 percent.  Ihil-ih Smith,- M. P., ;approves the  platform of the IVovineial Progressives,  but flunks the elanso compelling 'iiom-  juess to place ;their '.signed resignation;  in .the bands of some person before  "icy receive   eiidorsafio;r " is a pie,.,, of  Assay returns on a recent' sample  taken from the ledge in the Copp.-r  1311111" mine, owned by the AslinOla  Smelter, Limited gives indicated gold  values of $1.80, silver $19.03 and con-  per$F8.S7.  J. A. Leslie. -\bo has boon doing  assessment work on bis property at  Laforme Creek, informs' us that in  running.'};") feet of tunnel he struck  two feet of oro. FTo also did some  work lower down on, the Carnes,Creek  slope and found excellent Float but did  not,reach.rock in place.  At the end of the Laforme Creek  frail, and on the slopes leading from  the summit to Silver Creek, is a group  of twelve claims on which assessment  is done regularly every year. These  claims tire owned by D. .AFcCallum, A.  Christeson, J. A. Lcdhohn. Swan Car--  son, and R. S. Wilson. Two tunnels  have been driven, one 70 feet and the  other 38 feet. , The long tunnel lias  developed a body of arscno-pyrile.  carrying gold values. A lode carrving  galena occurs on tlie property but lias  not been developed to any extent.  Tbe   following   claims   bavc    been  recorded at Ivevclstoke:'  .Mono, by A. Johnson, and Fresno by  R. Caley, in Standard diasin; Los't  Cup, by J. a. Jenkins; Rainbow, bv A.  Laing, on Wild Goose Creek, tributary  of Jordan: Jumbo, by J. J. Wood row;  Kclipse, by F. 13. * Wells; White  Klephant, by A. W.' Mcintosh, all at  head of Uouldcr Creek; Toughnut, by  T. L. FFaig; I'olar Star, by .J. J. Jenkins, all at head of FFoulder Creek;  tributary of Downie Creek: Last  Chance, fry T. L. FFaig; Ground" Hog,  by J. It. Hull; Twin Forks, by .]. C.  Montgomery, all at head of Canyon  Creek, tributary of Dowiih ; Len'ora  Fraction, by Is7 T. FCdwards, on F.a-  forme Creek; Albion, by A. McGregor,  on Laforme Creek.  Potatoes, per 100 lbs.  Onions,'per 100, lbs. .  Cabbage, per lb.......     _  Carrots, per 100 lbs 2.00  Turnips, per 100 lbs 2.00  Farm Fj-oduci-.  <>Eggs, per doz.  new laid..,  Case eggs ' '.  Butter (Creamery), per lb  Butter (Dairy) per lb.'.. ..  Cheese, per iu   Lard, per  lb   Meats.  Beef, per lb   Mutton, per lb   Veal, per Hi   Lamb, per  lb   Pork, per' lb...... .<  Ham,'per lb   Bacon, per lb. 7   Fhujts.  Oranges, per doz.. .7  Lemons,  per doz...,  Apples, per box.....       Pears,, per box  2.f>6  JIETAI. MAUKKT.  Copper, Xcw York, Lake IL1, to U\  electrolytic lJjj to llic London ������51  10s.  Lead���������New York. $1.0,5 to lfi.10;  London,   ������11 0s 3d lo ������11 8s !)d.  Silver������������������New   York, 52,V.  THE IMPERIAL LIMITED  Carries  all  Classes of  Passengers,  8'U Hours to Montreal.  THE  .35.  .25.  .30  .25.  20.  .IS.  ....8 to 15.   15.  ..12.1 to 15.  . ..15" to 20.   15.    IS.   18   40.   40.  ...2.50.  TOURIST CAR SERVICE.  St. Paul - -" ... ]*)a-*y%  Touo-nto - Tuesdays & Saturdays.  Boston - - - Thursdays.  MoNTiii-AL (via Imperial Limited)  'Sundays, Wednesdays ec, Fridays.  H. S.  CAMBORNE TOWNSITE CO.,  WALLACE, MANAGER    -    -    -    -    ,    CAMBORNE, B.  C.  uralo  For full information and particulars  apply to nearest agent.  E.J. COY J, rc,  A.G.I-.A.,  VAXCOUVFll.  T. W. BltADSFTAW,  Agent,  BEVELSTOKE.  READER,  , '  This is YOUJi Paper.  YOU should support il.  One way to do that is to patronize  the Firms whose advertisements appear  in this paper. Fn ordering mention  the ICootenay Mail.'  FINANCIAL.  '"���������La. IFaivjuc Franco=C'anadian of  Paris is applying for incorporation of  tlio' 13. C. Trust and F,oan Co7 with  headquarters , at Winnipeg,  capital is two million dollars.7  "Bitter is patience,  but its fruit is sweet."  Inconvenient is  waiting, but better  order by mail, than  accept substitutes.  Get the shoe yo.i  know,���������  "The Slater Shoe"  CANVASSER  WANTED  -to sell PRINTERS', INK���������a  journal for advertisers���������published weekly at live dollars a year.  It teaches (he science and practice of Advertising, and is highly  esteemed by (he most successful  advertisers in Ibis country and  Great lirit.-tiii. Liberal commission allowed. Address PRINTERS' INK, 10Spn.ee St, New  ���������Yor  ���������   This finish is moie popular   this   year  than  ever, and has won its popularity-by its durability  , pretty tints, and the easy   mode   of  mixing-  ana  " applying-   '  Put  up  in   23   beautiful   shades  and   Whits.  Ask your dealer for a color card   or send direct to  McLennan,   McFeely  & Co., Ltd.,  WHOLESALE & RETAI'L..MERCHANTS,  122 Cordova Street  -  Vancouver, B. C.  Comfortable ^������ Beautiful  Furnished Homes  arc made, possible without great expense by  choosing from our large and varied- stock,  (���������olden and Flemish Oak Furniture, Cross-  ley's Superb Carpects and Rugs, Scotch and  English Linoleums oOc to Jfl./iO yd. Silverware that wears���������"1S17 Roger I3ros."  Sw"ss and English Lace Curtain-"  French,  Large  Illustrated   Catalogue 01   Samples  'free of Charge.  Furnishers, to all Classes.      Victoria, B. C.  \J_ joc-fyc-cJ v.'-?!.';?!''  IS  O. B. HUME & CO.  Sole Local Agents  laHigBK  Standard remedy lor Gleet,  Gonorrhcca and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles.  The  INDUSTRIAL NOTES.    !   '7  ,.F. W. Taylor, of Arrowhead, has secured some e.vcclient timber limits oil  Arrow'.Lake for bis eastern clients.' 7  ���������������������������Wiiler records' continue to be,applied ;fnr ���������'iii: various.���������scciio'ns. FF.JFos-  tuck -.has'applied .for 100 inches- on  Mill creek to supply the town site of  Cotnaplix.    \\::K. liifYoril has applied  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS  SANITARIUM*  The most complete Health Resort on  the continent of North America..; .Situated midst, scenery 'unrivalled for grim-  , dear. Moating, Ki.sliiiij,', KxcuraionM,  1 Skating and .Shooting-. Itesidcht I'hy-  sician nnd Xnr.se. Telegraphic communication with all parts of th'e world,  two mails arrive and depart every day.  lis baths cure al) nervous and .muscular  diseases; its wntors heal all Kidney,  Ijivcr and Stomach ailments, and elini  iiinte, .'til. metallc poisons from ihe system. Jts waters catinot he surpassed  for th'cii-healing virljti ;s.  Special    Winter Terms ;  Per Week.  $12  to $15  Cook's Cotton Eoot Compound  iBSiicccfiB'Qlly used monthly by over  '10,000Ladies, Snfccffeetunl. LndleBftsb  _^ y������ur druggist for Cook's Colloo Root Com-  pound. Take no other, as all Mixtures, pills and  Imitations are dangerous. I'rioo, No. l, $1 per  box; I*o. 2, io degrees stronger,?!) per box.' No.  lor 2, moiled on receipt of price and two 8-ccnt  s^'I,l?' Tho Cook Company Windsor, On������.  er-Nos. l and 2 sold and recoinmcuded fcy all  responsible Druggists in. Oauuda. y  Xo. I and No. 2 aro sold at I rout Lake bv I*-  1. Abey.and at Kevelslokc by W. Hews, G. I<\  Curtis, and.Canada I)rug& Hook Co. Druggists  I had nervous ni(1iKf>stinii and a -,'cncrid ilyranRement of the Putin- system.  It had been a c-unlinu.-il torture for 12 years. .My hlood became very poor, and  nt I imes my toe and fin^r-i- nails would be diseased. After eating I would sit in  a chair and pul my feel on soinetliiiif,' to keep them from swelling, and at times  would take oil' my shoes fm- I he misery I had. Whenever I experience any-  thin},' lo remind me of past aches I cannot be too elated to tell what Ripiins  Tubules have, done for me. I still lake one now and then, because F know how  bad I have been.    They were jn.st what F needed.  AT   DRUGGISTS.  The five-cent packet  i.s 'enough   fur an ordinary occasion  The family bottle, sixty cents, contains a supply for a year.  Wore." After,  Wood's PIiOBploflinu,  The Great Enpltih JUmcdy.  Sold and recommended by all  druggists in Canada. Only reliable medicine discovered. Stx  -*- tr***** ���������v~*r*packancs r/uarantccd to euro all  forms of SexuaF Weakness, all effects of abuso  crexcess, Mental Worry, Excessive use of Tobacco, Opium or Stimulants..Mailed on receipt  of price, one package $1, six, $5. One will please,  siXWilicurc. Pamphlets free to nny address.  5Cl������o Wood Company, Windsor, Oat.  Wood's I'iiosi'ikhiim: is sold in Ilevelsfoke  by Canada Drug . K'llonk Co.. (J. K Curtis, and  W. Hews, and oy Frank T.-A bey at Trout Lake,  Druggists.  "���������:���������/ patented:  (No; IC'J'Jl. September 7th. 1HU.I  IRE FENCE  The'strongest at.idQ'iost, fence \Jet devised ;��������� simply,and.easily constructed.'  at the same-tiine the ebea[icst;and most durable fence tin the market.'  All rights of importation, manufacture or sale of fence iii Uritish Columbia  are exclusively ownedby us,and any violation of ���������'those will be prosecuted.  BRITISH COLUMBIA ANCHOR FENCE CO., Ltd., VANCOUVER.  ..;������������������'"������������������:' 0. P. SKKIXE,- Manager.  h ItffiWBMffiMJflMMilillifiHI  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  ONLY  anaaaam  A BOTTLE  Makes a Delicious Drink  of Lemonade.  CANADA DRUG  & BOOK CO.,  Revelstoke B. 0.  F.ake mid has been widened to Ten  Mile, and tbe work is of a permanent  character. Trot lea have been removed and the roadway filled in with  irravol.  Complaint is made that Chinese  woodcutters aie bind-in-- the Iii-,' Fiend  trail.  Vancouver Conservatives elected (J.j  delegates to attend the eonvention at  Jtevel.stoke and .supporr paily lines.  lii'v. .1. (1. Shearer'.- address on Run-  day observance on Tuesday \\a< largely  ! attended. FCxoellent music was furnished by the 1'rosbytori.in and Methodist choir--. A local branch was  for:*.ed with the following ofiicers:  F're-ideiif. Ftev. \Y. C. Calder; .Secre-  taiy, K. Wil.-on; Treasurer. \V. \V.  l.efe.iux; Vice-Prc-idont.-: Mcsm-.-.  Floyd, Wilks, Flowson. .More; I-'vocu-  tive Committee. Ftev. C. Ladiu-r'and  the presidents, of the difVerent F.adies  Aid .Societies of the town with power  to add to their number.--.  The J'resln tery met at Armstrong  this week. The petition of F{e\el-  .-toke for another minister was refused. Xc.\t meeting will be held at  hevelstoke in .March. ,  ehools  "City.  BORN  F.kwi-;-���������At  wife of Iv  ,'i>  Trail,   on   -Vug, 22nd, the  II. Lewi^ of a dau<;lif or.  Wnoi.snv.���������At Revelstoke. on Aug.  ���������i'itb. the wife of J). W'oulsey. of ai  daughter.  MARRIED.  Tno.MMiN-Kr.xTV.���������On Tue.-day. 2(!th  inst.. at the Man.se, ltc'vcl-stoke,  by Ftev. W. C. Calder, William  John T.honi.-on, of Sandon, 15.C.  to Ad.i'.Fane Keutv, of Ifant.- Co..  X. S. ,     ' '  .Mi:.-i.i:v-C\.m.���������At the Parsonage, FJev-  ol-toke. on Aug. 27th, by Kov. {"!.  J.adner. James MosleyJ to F>ydia  Cam. botli of F-'erguson.  Tile attendance at the  bus increased lo 2.'F2.  ,,df  is  u^t'icorrtcti as reported, that  tlitV Jiosi'itnl trusfe'eshave/Iixed 7a 7,fce  "$10fdr:b'6spiia I raiul : ii'ie-d ica 1: at tend -  -lnu:o7:awnTe'"nTTO-!TTiri*"1-taII''. lias, yet-  to',  J.iecoiisulled in theiarrangeiiient.:/';,7 '  ��������� ,The;,openiiig of! tlie shooting, season'  has. been postponed/til I October!,! st7 *'  7 The7;lt,evclstol<e7.J{ifle^; Association  ���������v.-ill h(dil,.a;Sniok'er,iii Selkirl-,7h'alj7 bii  '} Ionclay evei)ing"nex,{:'���������,Sep t.: 1s17 -A';lirst'  class time is expected. ^.AdinissicMiv 25  cents;:7yv;' /< '���������  ';;-���������"������������������ ?>7vv'7.;,77i;;'7- ������������������"���������.������������������:']'''">-;;'  USE^nBSffi^-  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in the World  Mail us 15 Ftoyal Crown Soap  Wrappers, and.in return we  will mail a beautiful Picture  size -1 fix 20; or for;25 Wrappers  your choice of over 300 books.  Drop us a post card asking  for a catalogue of premium.-,  to be had FREE for Royal  Crown Soap Wrappers.  Addre-s  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. Limited.  BUSINESS LOCALS.  Rhubarb for preserving !i cents per  lb at J. .Maley's.  Cucumbers, tomatoes, potatoes  pea--, cabbage, and carrots at, J.  Maley'.-, opposite posloflico.  R. Jf. Trueman and (Jo's photographic studio is now open daily in  charge of W. F. .Montgomery.  'Red; white, and black currants, and  goo.-eberries, fi cents per pound at J.  .Maley'.-, opposite poslollice.  Traveller.- vi-'iting Rev'cl.-toke will  find the best accommodation at the  Cenfral Hotel, Abraliamson IFros. o  When you come to Revelstoke hail,  the Central Hotel bits to take you to  a good hotel.' Abraham.-on liros.  Props. >> o  Sale of  vale   salt  WA TER, LIGHT] mil and steamer  The Company Accepts  City's Offer.  Bylaw Will Immediately be Placed  Before the Citizens.  A't the special nieetingof shareholders of the Wafer. Light and Power  Company, held last night to consider  the offer of (he city council of .f(i2,50(J  for the company's properly, it wa������ resolved to accept the ofl'er, though there  was a large propoition of slum-holder--  determined to refuse it. Tlie re-ult  should be heralded with .-atisfntion ! y  tlie citizens. }J;tyor O'Rriei? and ,tlic  aldermen are to be congraliilaled on  an amicable settlement, which is, at  (he same time, fair to the company's  shareholders.  The city council meet-- tonight when  arrangements will lie made for submitting thcliecessury bylaw to ihuciti/oiis'  to enable the deal to be completed.  FATAL ACCIDENT.  Foster Crushed Beneath a Wagon  [Monday Expired Last Night.  household   furniture  by  pi i-  at .residence of  Mrs.  (J. 10.  I  LOCAL & GENERAL  '; 77:' Creep wood-wi)]^  .j'::\\;ing:'ri'nk7r7';!'..,:v^ ;���������'������������������'.������������������'; -7:^'7,77-7:'7'!..'j7'.  - :'^'\,,;Mrs7.'S.mi'ili,;of A'ernbn, lias1:been :ip-.  ������������������" pointed nurse at7?.I\*evclsf6kc t:hb,spitah  ;:".77 JfiTF'ajiping' hasgrOwiv :yi7 .excellen t,>  77;crop: oFcorii tin's seiison:;;, .7- ';.;;. ���������'7'^;;.'.. 7  7, V: The7English 7 editors 7'wiJF.bo here  7::7Thursday..v7\rrahgeinents7 should'"be'  :- ������������������'ni'ade.itogive: theni-'a^hearty'^welcoh^  .7 '^Stf'vei-al of-dur:,conteinporariesquote.  7, the TMair.'-'jis an attt-liority; fo-7the:state-1  ;;: ���������rii'6'n t; tli a tV; there: -y i 11' be ':i7 gepcra J "c Ice-.  "7;: tioh inXbvendjcr.77.Ori.7thecontrary  77M'ei7:helieve the:I)unsin,tur governnieiit  r 7will;ih,eet;;tbedipiisejas7:Usual,. though:  ''���������7.7\vi. fit'spine changes!! 11 itsipcrsqn'cl.^; 7-'  |;,7 .A'MciJonn^^  ';. up,a subscj'iptipn: list this' w:cekdnjai(|,,  ;7:6f   sending u;laci-bsse   teani7to   Kahi-.  ';^io6ps.!;V':'!!u;:^^  ,;,p'7 J-,!^lc^Iilliinj,\vho7t  ,;.<J.!.Ge,iiel|e;in::the;\, burning of the^'uk^  77o!nJst1e!aiii(*rs7;gotiO!!ycars7;:77-, !,7:. .77:  't-j.'-^The;' con tract for tlie street !.inip,rpY.$;  ./anenfs !wast;,]et:pn ,:3Ionday to:lL' ;S:ini-!  ^:'i.-vS'6i.i7-.-'v;\\7^EJciiiiii''gr;-!w'n'sv^  ;7 f!eiKlerer77!!'LThe77;conti-iict7! 'includes'  ^'-'grading; Firsts Street past:the hospital  .';,'to"J7.McMahpn's  new i:esideh'c'e;'grad-,  ing ���������Victoria ; Road,; Third .; Street;: .to,;  ���������������������������'.Sash���������7iihd d)oordaCtory,'-:7!Ortoh7 Ave,  from Second .to. Fourth; Streets. '  .���������/.'.���������'���������A tpi!iplete,sciei'if'inc;insti;uine,iitrfoi7  testings the .eyes has nisi'been: received.:  All :ii]iplianoeS:; for 7pi)tic;ily7 \v-)i-k,  ���������'Cii\)i\b\c'ypi''-'- treating;!'t.h(V;;,,nipSt'���������'���������'cPin'-.  i;il it-'itt-il^^cirscfe-. '.v'-l'.-.I t>;'.,.'i.s '-"-liii ii'ccosssii"3;.7,tc3'.'  'se 1 i'(l .-y 0 ur ���������'���������(���������} ri I e rs 7 put-; 0 f to \v n:7 w h e h ���������  .ypui'-.r'qqi'iireiiients. can havciup-tOrdate  '!attentioii7if,;J. (iuy..JJarl)er's.: :,i'77 .7 7.;  ;;' ��������� C.;!'ilf;!FI.ffii;;e::A;Go^ffi; the.;,!Reyei^  stoke'Athletic^ Asspciation7:ha,ye,7been;  incp!rpp;riite(l.7'':7:;7 "''777 7 ' :!'7:!! :7 .;V  -���������^.So.McMahoni.dias'sl lipped   to;., the.  oi-deriif ,l.'A7iMagee|;pf���������Con'i.ii'pli.v'; two  Wti'gons/or:freighting7!777;    ::.-��������� 7. ,;-'7:,  ; 'Mrs. "Vorthey7who.i! with her datigh-  tei;7 isVslayih'g/ii 171 lie;,';'] [otcjrA'ictoria!,  has!leased7iAlr&7:;Turnross'sr:, ���������building  and;\viI.I.(ipeira restaurant.!: ::;::.'7!7i^.;-./..  , l)r.���������I\l'chea!n how.dccupjes^his'/iicw-  residence 'aiicl^'co'iisulting:-v'rppiiis^-pn'  Firsf7st-reet:-v.v': 7''.':7;:;7i'7-- ���������'���������"':'"..!, ���������" :'������������������'  Social and Personal*  Sh;iw.,: Call  aiiy vday Jietween '2;|i  and.'���������). p.. m.' ;.: -;..;;:.'' '���������.!;.;7:;:;:.:, <��������� .';���������: 7f ;...;,?������������������  "7' .Tlio : V\7;! A briihiiihspii;!; Additio'ii ���������'to!  '.Trout Dike stands;ready 'to ofl'ei;'every  ihdticement;to thdse'whp^/wish!^'^!^-:  cliaseddts'fpr'.private prdHisinessip'ir-,  :pose^.'v7!7!'-7..77:77'7-::7^; 77 77:777 7:;; -���������'!';;;;;;''  ;.;!; Do you.wanttO'ihsuVeyo.'tirbiiildiiig!  and property;at,tlie;best-.;ratcs7:and inbound cpnipanics>7Tlieu drbpX'pqst-  ['���������Ciirds'to.i'ir.oraco'i-Miu  '6il'-,ypiii;v;pro'hipt]y,;';a:hd  re(-lllireineiitS.-7:v;:*.''!:;:-; "- ,: '! ":!:-,:-;;;���������=���������-  :���������':'���������--';:��������� ������������������:���������.���������::.'���������;:��������� :=: ."'.,:���������;; 'fe,':. '^0$:^ \X"s"^-^-. '���������',���������' "  .7-E.;..-.Ii;-j'Ki-ii.tz'i\;.]'ate 'pf!,!Seattle;;:!will  'bpe.iiiip a lirst'ciass'; tobacco and cigar  store,!near;the:;Iihpeiial;J3ank! about  tlieiehd'br0ctb;i'cr^;>:!']fcwill'stbck7air  .ikind%'of:-Ejigiis!h7.,'Siya.iiish.-.a'n'd.;-India'i,i;  tbbaccos7tiul;pipcs.VK!!:;,7;;:7:;::.;7 ��������� ^;v.L:.:ji':  i":..G,-'F.' Ctirtis! extends, tliaiiks tp;tlipsef  whp.faypred'hiins.witli!their: patron!a'ge  a 11'd',',-reqiiests;;7i;!*cpiitinuaiice :!bf'���������tlie,  sa'ine'fbrdiis^successors^Messrs^Clein-1,  ent's and��������� 06;';';������������������'������������������'''���������:������������������ ^::77C::t:7'i:;!,.',;7;,;.,'-!V!  ���������.;;::.;j\F'.;'Gi;adyc...;in;tcndi- "forming.������������������'ii'vicphi'.-'  pany!; to!7tak'e7'ove;r:7the;St. FiCbiidd^  ������������������Springs.;;iy.7:,7::''V:,'-;77'77\ 77;'vf !���������!:!:v'!:-:;-7  :77J7;F3.0MehdersQn,n7i'rcliitect7 foi  city7:;scbobls7 7inteiids; ''opening  architeet's.oflice'dn .the;city.;7!! :.7:;  '^I^Fiurns^Co^ ibse; $3,500"by  7()n:'i\i'qnday ;:S/- F'ostcrV'(eariisf'e'r -..for  J7;A.Magec; had'! his; iirin7;lj:-oken,;;it'  Cambprii^by; fti I ling a n(17 the; waggon.  .'wdicejs passing!: over; iti '7 Mr. !Mag'eq,  came' up;'on i\Ion!day's;;;train;i/:).get ;i.  special to'TUtvto'Arrbwliead; 11 nil bring':'  the.injured/.inan.rto ;,the;!7Hev6!stpke'  ���������l'Fpsni talis.; Oil his .'arrival', here tlie arm  was.; found-do bel';sp';: badly7 fi;ijc(tired,  tliiitv Dr. Qi-pssi !\vhb.7attc,iid,e(17Fosteri<>  hiid[to, remove ;!the7a!hpw7'JQintv!:w,hieir;  was-cbnipletely^crtishefl. 7!;7;7''77!7i<77v'  7Kbster di������l. Fasti night at JF.20: p.;in'/  ;An;'ex:in)hiati7in ;shpwed7death'���������-��������� ���������'.tp,.-...be  due tbiuteniiil' .injuries,;.' restilfingdir  riipturc,pf'the������������������iiyti'ii.7'^";7^7! *; 7; ,.'-;'���������  "' "'ill e'.belonged;-to/SI..qiKd''f'dh  wits::!iiiu'cli",i-espected"aii'd ��������� Itlce-lj I>y  wh b; k n'ciflS 11 i 1 n.; 7 '7'; %7*? ;,7::..;. '7:7" 7  The Montreal Jlerald expects Canadian Pacific stock to reach 150.  The C F7 R. have had to pull ofi'  work trains on the Mountain and Shu-  swap section to provide power for hauling freight.  The Grand Trunk made a profit of  .f:5,SG.'3,500 for the half year.  Several millions will be expended by  the C.P.Ft. in straightening curves and  reducing grade-, by which it is proposed to make the run from the  Atlantic to the Racific in 70 hours and  to increase the haulage powers of  locomotives be 25 per cent.  J. A. Shellield, formerly .superintendent of the dining, sleeping and parlor  car department -of the C. P. Jt., was  given a testimonial. The gift, a handsome silver and gold loving cup, was  manufactured expressly for the picscnt  and was'a tribute of good-will and  esteem from 300 men on the C. F'. I!,  system, including oflicials, conductors,  clcik.-. porters and others. The .splendid dining and parlor car service of the  C. P. Jt. today is due to the elVorls of  the retired superintendent, lie entered the department, fifteen years ago.  General Sttpt. .Marpolo arrived from  the coast Monday to enquire into (he  sinashiip al Albert .Canyon last week.  Supf. Kilpalrick held an enquiry concerning the affair on Fw-iday. The  Imperial Jdinited will be taken off on  Sept. 20th.  On'Tin'.-d.iy the .-(earner Revelstoke  went Mcll up into Heath Hapids to  investigate (hem, but found them impassible; coining down (he Hovelstoko  Lumber Go. had Jul their logs go and  one got in Ihe wheel endangering the  boat fir a time.  A Well Regulated  Jewelry Store  ���������'���������^-^SB.'-  is ;is well Worth :ii  viiit[a.s {in. art/-gal;  Id.V. 'Tlie 'Jeweler,  and Silver.Smith's  Ail. is one' of, the  dUU-.st. lii'iii ljncst;,its  in-oductions, among  the .most exquisite.  II' stieh things ai-e  r.o.l���������lirli.-lic-tlii"}- are'  cflijiie,value. 7V  NOTICE.  1 hvvc to thank lho=e who f.ivored mo villi  their patronage while carrying on business a-  chemist and druggist iu J{J\elstoke, and have  to request a continuance of the sumo patronage  to my siiccu-aorf!, Me^-r.-5. Clements & Co.;  GEO. V. CUKTIS.  THE MOLSONS BANK  ny JSarber's  PRINTING.  rnllE KOOTKXAY .MAIL JOI5  J_ Priming JJepai I mi'iit is equipped  with the latesl, and besL niachiuery,  and a Luge assortment of fashionable  type faces. We solicit orders foi all  kinds of pirnling���������no job-being too  large and none loo small. Careful attention i-given all work, and sati-fac-  lion guaranteed. A tri.il otclei will  convince, you Ihal il pays lo have your  pi-inling done at the Jvooten.iy i\lail  ollice, Ki'veliloke.  94th  DIVIDED.  KUTICE.  .;,-.--riie'rul.i.v glve:.NolUxuimt;<;7������chiilinsiiota  lmrpier \viUi.me'iii.niy,l)nsiness.r :'   ':,  -������������������^777;-;7.;,,;,,. -~:{ ;, 77-  :;7i.v{;ui'iJCT'i'6.: ���������  ;; KeveUiolso, Au-;i:i,;i!)!!i .:Y: y;77,;y; ;..'.;;��������� . >;  (/HKTll-'ICATK   111'    LmI'1!(I\-|0.MI-;.\TS.  The shareholders of the Jlolson- li.ink aie  hereby nolilied that a dhidend of Four and  One jj.ilf percent. (1J jier cent ) upon the capital stock.has been declared for the current half  year, -iiid that the came will be juj-ablc at tho  ollice of Ihe JJ.ink, in Jlontreal, andatthe  liranehes, on and after the  First Day of October Next.  The Transfer Hook-, will bo closed from the  17th to 30th .-September both days inclusive.        "  mHK .\N.NUAI, GKXEKAI. 5IKETI.VO OK  .1. the .Sh.ueholdeis of the JJank frill beheld  at its bunking house, in this city, on ^Monday,  I he "dth of October neM, at three o'clock in the  afternoon. "  Hy Order of the Hoard,  JA.ME8 KI.I.IOT,  General Manager.  "Montreal, August IO1I1. 1!)U-'.  .iiiid  7all  the  ?itti  ]?ps'sla lid1..';'fire.  iii;bfick. '���������-���������?:/'.  I!7P6tatoes";!irF.00  !Tapl)i,hg,s.7!!77;,',  The.  , -   tJic  firhrwill rebuild  per'';i007lbs]!!a:t7!;R7!  :; .; IFoti. '.Col;..;Pri(ir;7says: I r6n.;.7\\7:'!:C,  AVells , has ;:a;;::spljd.71.constitil'cncy7;in  ;Xorflieast;'KPo|:enay.7'7;j!,7:;7:-7;' :'":;"77::  ���������;;;:,;���������������������������"���������'���������; v1";. '���������;���������'���������'; !���������.���������: ,--; ���������. ���������"$ ��������� ���������������������������''��������� :,:' '-'":': ��������� "."' -���������'.  ; 7i:()n;;;:iTues(lay;aftyrnpph!;}a ,':sAiccessfiil  aftern0611; fca! was givei;' liy Mrs.^Ris-  een7!f7;' .7.77..;i,77';,v:.7''7^v.'���������;'������������������'r..���������'���������"-��������� 7;:.;���������>  ! S. G7,Robbins,.-df ��������� Golden', wits'iV visi-  ,toi-:(od,lie:city;.vesteniav.7::-.v;,:.: 7:;;77:;  .:���������������������������;-= ���������:;���������.:;���������'������������������','.^;, *���������;������������������ ���������'.'., : ,v ���������������������������-,������������������,-;������������������;.,  ��������� ��������� ; ;��������� ���������  7; The'7l,o]KlQii:,!.l)aily7Ne>vs;cal,ls;;,^  .\\;ilfriil:;F.aUrier:aiKl: Sir FidlmindIliai>  ;tPny ''.t'WP pf;(lie;most capablc7';i-tafes7  ���������iVie'h-^.';i:liVit-;t.l,io..;;c.oIpni.cs^  7 Air.f\if(\Mrs.A)6y)o,uf,'^  ai'p'.'on a; visit-to: fheirsoiy R7;N.,|)o\-Je;!7!;:f ,7, ;'7 ��������� ''W:^    ���������.;';':;!   ;7;. -..- ���������.���������...��������� ,r J  and :> arei'itccPhijiahieil   liy':,:-JIr.'7.Ja'hd 17 '.���������!      ;7 7'       Business.  BUSINESS CHANGE  The 'StedmiLaundry^75^-/7e(y7^//j7  ������������������j;%"':;;:day:;Night^  7;On Su nil liy 'the yfircybelLrang oti't'an!;  ii la rni;;;aljpiit7; 'half-past ;��������������������������� niiip';".'7 .-The'  causd; prPved tp "be;a fire 'iit,the sfcanr  laundry.; 7 The lhi nieshiuL'got: 'a'.-stroiig'  diQl.d,'- oh /the spittli '���������.'side'a nd :;,tho'7: dry  -tinibers'i.;biirned;,:;7fuidbus]y1iv':; creating  -intense; heat': ;m7 (he7vicinity,',;and  :t-hrbwing'7shou-ei'spf!sparks.over,; the  ���������building's :0n7.Mc.ICen/ie.yVve.:;;A!liuge;  crowd''asseiiibled to see7thc'blazey7^6-;,  ���������2.'Fire,Jh-igiuleinustered ]ii'oni|)tiy;a'nd  i-an;:'thc reel put,;but! as! the ; building  ���������eii.antl'the  77;The Jaci'osse: team'id represeiit7Ficv-  elsfoke'iii'tbe, ,111atcli7for; thp!7Ku|ton;  ^upon^fpiiday'/wlltbc';selected ..from':'  iTriinlde,7;!AIilier,'^Cogb]aii,,;E(] wards,  Ifyatt, 7:Ca;rey,,; Chain bei's*!;Cfi'a liaiii;  'J!ackes,7'j\Jcjvj]j0)7;j};,;i,-(i; ,j\{0ii-. 7^K{  V������i'"''"'r       ' 1,  '���������'>'������������������������'   ��������� '������������������ r. ���������������������������������������������'" it - ������������������ ���������    '    ���������!-.'''"���������  '���������-.'    ���������-       .,   -'      ,-',"  Stanford.-:.,::;': .'*;;������������������,������������������������������������,:���������-���������. :'���������:-,. ������������������:::-. ���������������������������ji '���������������������������;- .- ���������;���������-,���������  Railroad Watches'...  Waltham and   Klgin,   llamji-  den and  Hamilton, 17 and 2J  jewels.      Vanguard,       IClgin  ���������    Veiit.is. Crescent  St.',"'Father.  -    0  Time, CI' P. F!7S]iecial,   li. \V.  Raymond.' Appleton   Tracey,  '   , JS1 Special.    Send for price's!  LYTTLETON BROS.      -  ���������Watch   Specialists,   Vancouver,  R.  C  Iiuh Itoy.n'iul' l.iz/-.ii;,l;oss.Oiiri(M:.'il 'CiiilhisJ.silii-i  ';.'������������������ a to. in tlie:. liuvolsiolcc-: iUiiiing: J li vision, of  ' Jvoolciiuy OiWIriel.. !'(it-','..:': .V- ,..������������������'"���������''.]''���������.������������������:-'������������������:'.' ���������-���������:,���������'������������������  Where located���������Ahoui. sevi;-n 111 lies'iip'1-.aforme  '  creek, oii1 norlh side,.; ':     ; ,;.       ;���������.";,..;,��������� 1,;  J'alic notice; tluil I, .1'. A. .iCii-l;, acling'ii.s  11 guilt foi- Alcx.:.AIce.'rc'g6r.;i',i-ee.u\liner'.s'!Cc;rl.i-  licatc N'(i- ,nil(^S'i,:::aiii!..:.laiii(;s,. I.iltlo,-.'J.'rce  Miuei-'S (.'eitilicato No. : Hl!7J>.*i.*i. inleml,.' sixty  days froiu:the dale her(ifif,;to apply to the Jlin-  iiig Keeonlqr I'oi-a'C'urtiIlealo'of lini'iroveiiienls  for llio'.pui'poSc of oblaining a Crowii' Ciraiii; of  the.abovo eiainis.; 7; ;V v ���������;':.: ������������������.'i:;; ,:-7  , ...  And I'mrllier tiilcu viiol.i.tio' that iiclion, under  Section'^Tjiiiust.,he;e<)inineii(|c(l7hci'ore the';is-:  Suiiiieeof such ('eililicat.i! of :Jiii|irovciiienl.s-.' ������������������;���������  JJa.tcil:tliisjlli(lilytit,Aiigusl. llliii,; ��������� .7:.;;.'77  ';;-!!'7"',7:7;v:-V''.:7,.7-'v;;7:-;:7v7.7^  THE GRANVILLE  SCHOOL,  117,*. HAUO STIiKKT, VANt'Oi;VKI{, 11. C.  Reopens September 3rd.  A I'nnrdhiKnnd Day School for (lii-N, conducted hy ihe Demoiselle- iCern, assisted bj a  slall'of I'rofessioiial 'reaeber-.        a  For I'rospuc'lus, apply lo I ho Principal.  !!6kit'i:i/ii!'ATi;6i^!iM.i;i;:o\*'K^i������  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Waier & Steam Healing  Street, R(  WANTED  ;i;:;!Ad\'ertiseinents;7tihdei-:i;.U 1 is: heading:  )vil|:7be;.pubiisbetl'7tt'bne'ceht per'wditf  ���������'p^.i\:issueV'.':'Ga'sh;.w^  . Ifarvey 'MiiicrMl ..(.Maim, ��������� situate: in' Ihe IJar-  (leau Jl i 11 nig .Hi vision of. West Kootenay Dis-  ffyiet;.:v;'���������'���������.,'; ^^'$>> -���������'"'��������� ~i'H ���������������������������'���������:":y"-'r:-\:..C-i-':"..  ���������; AVIioi'e loealed: On .Pool creek,: about two  miles'l'rpni nioulli.-. .:' ,:'������������������ '7;- :;���������-:;������������������ .,.,,-  7Take iiol.ice tliVit:,;!, AVin.,li::. I'levoreiVx, lictii'is  uSaj,"ciil'for:('h:irles Hiirvey, li'i-ee: ^liiiur'-s Cer-  tilienlc Xb'. H (i7sl)i','iiil:('iul. sixty .lays froiu the  (late.her.col', tba]iply! lo the. Alining 1 iocorder  fCii-a'Cerfille,at.ebi' lni])ro\-ciiienl,s,:l'oi- the ])iii--  poso.nf'obtaining: a 'Grown (Irant of; tliii above  eliiiui. ���������:'..:., :.,::: ;7..,;;., ,\...:....;:;.,.;.:-.:.v.,;/-.,������������������',:  '��������� '.'.And further take notice llmf iieiion���������'iiii(ler  Section M"'. .in'usl, hecoiiinieiiircil .Jjefu're, t lie issu-,  ii'ii'eo of'siicli.l.'erlilic.-iti: 01' Iii 11 n;civoiiioi 1 ts.' ; ������������������ >'���������  :..I luted this il tli (lay of.lit lyS: lira.; ;���������'��������� ���������  .;;';';���������������������������    ,7 ' ,v,7;; 4\\"\I: 10-;U K\'KI! 10LXX.;l'., lv. ^  merchants;  f r  We can supply you with a lirsl, class  oose ledger system which' is heller  (ban those you send east fm and is  only a third of the price. I'.itronize  home industry and send us youroider-  fui- loose leaf lcdgcis and retpiisiles  therefor.  .Samples and prices on application.  TIIIO KOO'mNAY 1\IA1L,  Revels Ioke  :: C'K) IT 11'' I CA T.I'". 61:'.': I MP 1.10.VKAl I' .S"I'S.  :l)eir7:S0ii-in-lliw7. aiid  ; If; Oi; K'illee.n,' goyermnent itispect-  7; or!of roads and,trails,!who:just returned fr6i.n:iv v|sit. to= Cariboo,; cx'iiresics  ,. 1 he, opinion ,t ha't';is,', it: wpnderf 111 ly rich  '������������������'.co'i,infyy^ini;F;nipst',-:ye't'sec a .revival of  /> the-activity of olden times. 7';   7'���������; ��������� -.���������'.  7 7 Joseph Genelle, wliojiad been .takeii  7 to l)awson on a charge of 'complicity  . in; the ::<bui-iiing iof.Yukon steamers,  ,. was acquitted,.]udgc;Dugas' clirc'ct.ing  ,'t'he jury, there was no evidence against  jih-.'! '7' .. :"���������',.'���������'���������'���������.���������'        ���������-- ��������� -:-   "7;'-'  '���������'.Trbtit.' Lake'/'waii'ts; a :inait service  : "sou tli by ,'t hi? ��������� FJi.i'rdea'ii railway. 7 ';��������� 7 7  : :-Wa ter sudd en ly/. lou nd': i ts way' fro in  ah old.sliai't-:intp thc.Jpsie.shaft.where.  ;:fpur riien were working, and two of tlie  , :niiiiei-S;'Vere,idrowned.7;:������������������/.'��������� ���������������������������<    ,7 .- 7:;  7 7 Jtevs.'G. R. Turk aiid George Fxcrby,  .11. A..;,evangelist's, iwill hold .meetings.  7 at 'Revelstoke beginning 7 Septcmher 7.  Fte'v. J.;,G7S-hearer: ;;w-bo knows them;  well, -says, these gcntlenieii are n excep-  7ti6nally good preacliers.ahd,singers.','  '.;������������������ 7Who is,the^ .artistic liar.7that ,fur-;  nishes':'the ,coast';papers with,.news?'  !::JFere is'What .these iiapers'.say .of Sunday's jiix-:     :jyesterday  fire,destroyed  . 'one.of the' Chinese.laundries .here, entailing a loss of ���������13,000.7 Some 'ot. the  ; Chinese ininates, who, were sleeping in j  '.'the upper'part of the building, had to!  'ice from tlie flames, half dressed."      , 'I  7 S-verablojal 'C-.'insprv.i'tiv'es'.ex'iieo.t to  .=(:C:.R. Alcliride, elected leader 'nl'. the  ��������� Coiiservatiye;'party of tlie province  at  the  convention   to,  be'held here next !  month.'-   J). M. Kberts is also a.claim- ';  ant for;:be'leadersbi|>.   '��������� ,-���������'.,' 7":  ;'/ Il/'ii.C'iii. Priori.-, 'much : impressed':  . a.ud'pleased witbthi- ijrogi'ess of Itcs'cl- |  ;'s'oke,' wii.ich'he ..considered it lie most '  ���������iinign.-'ss'iyc'aivl.'he.-iltliy looking city in ;  ivpot.enayl        ���������''������������������':'..��������� ,  ,        7  ���������''���������' At the police court on .Monda'v..!  before .1. J). SibbaJd, 1', M��������� .1. Sl'ia'w j  wa.- lined -fo and costs for  abusing. 1-7' j.  Mrs.!7:t)sJ.ioriie,  datigl|fer7;   7 "'     ���������.'/'��������� ������������������ 7 7 , >������������������-'���������; ..-���������'������������������; ;,.;���������  ''���������'J.,!.; Foley came iir frotn ''Arrowhead  Monday:,]-etiinni)g Wednesday.:' ���������;! y-i.^  7 .Mr;   Gii'rtwrig,ht,.of the -oeal '"engineering sfafl' df tlie G7 P: R. .is/a cousin  :of ,Sir,;H'ichai-d7Cartwrigli't7tlK  bi-.-ited Canadian statesniatt.V.'  ��������� 1. C    ;.,. ;      . ���������;��������� ���������_ ��������� '.       ��������� ,.. ,  .. ��������� ';��������� ;���������,; ...'  ���������,J.'7 Magee.:has returned 7 from   the  eii A/-.777"!! ���������; :;7 7:,7'7v7:'':���������/"-' '!/7 '"77 ��������� ���������',;"������������������; v/7'  , .���������'Capt.;; Moc has ���������������������������returned;fro*in  eastern trip.-,' :7'/: 7/!, //:- ',���������������������������-,������������������-.-.  '.'TNFi-.' ,a.iid'!,.Mirs.-ihiid.'j\'lisS',-Tej,irpie' rC-  turiied, from their/ eastern.<> tour/ on  Fridav.,',    '���������������������������.'"' '.���������'7 ������������������;������������������: ';.; 777 ;':;77:   '" ���������  ubouMi-'^iVcniib^i^    I'crty/was insured   for $2000,: ���������> 1000,  ../ Tlie many friend's  01' Geo. F.:Giirt is  w.ill' be7sorry; to' learn���������':that'lfe/ Fills  disposed of his.drt.igbusiiiess hero 7a'nd |  tliat7.','lie-';'.is' ' '  resutue his niedica'l studies.'!; ���������'Fhtring  his.;business carecr';i!iere7\rr. Gnrtis'has  'ccle-j-'i-ia'do/'niany/wa'.ni'i a nil "foist if r'i'cii'ds; and  liis deiKirture from the' city .will n'oit,  only;:be regretted by.liis ihaiiy. friends,  but; the eitysTloses' ,in Ji Liii -on P of i t.-?  ������������������'  /most; nrosnerous and pbpu'la'r   bttsiness  US t'llieil'i ������������������:;/���������'������������������ .;���������       ,,���������:.:,;���������.,,.:;.   '���������'���������';������������������:;./ :/���������  ',,-.-!',"7 The.business'lia's.'ljee'h taken ovei; by  !Alessrs7'G!ement:;; (t 7Co.\ of Ashcroft,;-.��������� . .. .���������   .,    . ������������������  Kwho^vill.contintieitb do !:ii:siness7here. Ithoi^outbronk.  ;7Mr. Clements: "whoi; is   A "prosperous '  ,:,��������������������������� .(.������������������',.': "'"-','   ,������������������',';���������.'���������''.; ...'.;.../',..      .:; /drucgist f)f,,Ashcroft. is'well;known : bv ,  ,:, .r..'ll.:.Melyeiuie,.;of^Coniaplix/was'iti'j spn^  '''^'I^Sa^rdiiy-    ;;/!���������;,::: 7:;7'...-.';   ^M.^y^ritiJj'y ;;'.sp<ik^riV if>rV; 7.::-M"iv. ;CitMi-f;a>f.S;i  :'��������� -jM���������i'ss';/'Marty-,/pf^isir'if'hv-'^i^M/^-'Will-it-ii! ie-6'nuh'tie   his   Ashcroft   i)us' ''  ari'tvedoii Sattjrelay and:  it pi ix-' ;;;;'   77:  :7'*:7  ivas!outsidc'Jthc7iJiy(li-Mn't'area;an(Kth^  ,iiearest;iiy-(lraht;.was atdhciRevels'tdke  Wiiie iind, S]jirit Cpinpany's, wai;e|ibifsc  !it7;was7fotuK^thei-e:\vas not' suflicipiit  lid:*e;6n;the!,rc'el; tp7;niake. connections  a 1 id i/jt fiii'i-1 ie.r 1 ot *c>f ��������� hdsc'���������'���������:'.��������� hachtb;H .be  sciifc'7 fdr. ;71,t;':wasdp7;iniiVutes:7befdre  wiitc'r wis got oil- ,to;'ihe: fire aiutthen  ���������tli(i?rc,7;::\yas./r3i'i61i a7iriiserabl(3!vsiipply  thatjt/woiild iliavc, been next.tp u-cl.cSs,!  iiv'.ii.iiy;.'ciis'p;';���������,���������..'7 i":'77;. ������������������/������������������*������������������;���������'��������� -7;.���������;"/,,;;717."'v;  ��������� '-'���������'���������The������������������'huinilr.y: was ifornierly/pn-iicd'byi  F.'7;(,\V7 Jiiiker; and was sold-a few111 on-'  tiis ago to! \y.:7,l,!,lefnirigr'wji.'P'' nindiV ad-  Jditionsto tlie', plant,-and i n tended'ro-;  16. proji-  .........       jCr  iiig; |n /the Equity,/ on behalf of;; .the:  'Equitableilioan iand Building'Society.,  for'   which F. ;B.    Lewis is 'ageiily/and:  the1 other.itOOain'/the'Loiidoh   iltit-  iiaL ionibehidf ofA\7 Fle|i)|ng7/;-���������! /���������;i71; '  , -,/The, fire is sup])6sed*''tb"b'c:tiie.>ac't'.o.i'-  j;a n.incendiary; a nd/t.wd' Ghinaii,ian,;are  i'.'repo'rt'ed  'to/liaye   been sech7; running  j fooni   tlie scene; .isiihul'tan.cpusly., with j  /The building wasnii-  dccupi;;d. ; Mr;;C Fleiii.ing-fapd.7otlicrs  i-.exanii.ncd-."the   .building between 7:six  i.n.d'seveii'-.d'^el.oc'k;���������;:'-���������:w'hc-iv--'itl I was-safc/  A XT Kl)-Coat,   Vest   and   F'.uiL  . ,      makers.    Apply immediate]-, to  .]. li: Cressman, Revelstoke. "    ������  'AiXTJiD��������� Hotel    propriefors    to  get registers at thc,K'oo(enay  .Mail bflicc, Hevelsloke.  ��������� FOR SALE.  .7-A fa'rih: for,, sale, > good, buildinj.  AIi-s.UJ.'Willis,Itevelstoke,H. O. -  ij\iiply.:. to  NOTICE.  FOR SALE.  'I^On.SAIil':--^t;-Ari-o\Vhoad/:icsnia!l7loekof  ,'J./ ., friiit.xunnod.goods.' books and slationei-y,  aihountiiig to ahout'.SItK); also .store and dwell.-'  ing 'for sale'or rent..,; Address, -Mrs. ]'. L.'.I oh 11-  son,rAiTo\vhodd,,H. C'l,.;l'\--''"'".     ' :;./    ���������.���������'���������"���������''��������� ; .'"!,-.���������  For Sale  milK: IMON'KKU iHOTKU, HICA'i'0^7 I.I. O.  ���������J; The.sole.caiise'ia' my selling out is that I  have to leave'this district oh .account "of-ill  health..; Applv to .  ;'���������      f:; :v  : ;-:,  ������������������ ...7 ,   ISAAC I1ATK, Proprietor,: '  ./.'',.;.//.;7i...l>;-77 .���������''/..;',,���������:���������.���������  .Beaton, l.!..U.7  ::.,"A\rliito���������������������������Klephijiii-v"WaW'.-i: l''nu.-tion,"/",\Va  ,.\\ra.".. ;;-'rrciut\v(;ll.'' :. .''.'I'reaihvcll '- Kracl ioii,''  ���������-'ChiR'afr'.'.'Xoblc  Tlirei;," and '.'.Xohle ���������Tlirei;  Kr.-ictidii';mineral claims situate invlho 'l!evcl-  stoke Alining.IH^ision-'ul/lvooteiiaydistrict,..���������',, ,.'  ;,'r\V'heiT.:/,loca(eir:'    IJct-wccir:. .Lat'oi-mc; iiiid  Carnes Grcekvatioul/sevenVinile Cns|.-|'ronr C'ol-  >ninbiiti;iver. ::'���������::���������   ;:!'./'/"- ;::":;'.;,; ":/::/������������������������������������:';;/'���������./*:  "���������;:T.-i'k������ iiol.ice-fhal.T,  0;,B. ���������Nr./\\*ilkiiV.7'iict'ihK:  agent for the'.Honhie,Ragle-Mining/aiid .Duvcl-  oju'iKinl, Co. Limited, l-'ree"Miner's Cerlillcute  No/ H. 'IS17.'i;,vi 111<Vivi'U ..-ixt.y days front tlie, (late.:  hereof; to ii|i|,iIy.lo:lhe..Milling. Recorder for a"  Cortiliealcol.' liniii-o^ciuenlS, forlhe purpose of  ohtaiuiiiga Crou;n Orinit.ol'.tlie ahoveelaiiii; -/  :;,:Anil /furllicr-.take,;iiol.ioV ,1 liat-acfioii, nuder  Seef,i(5ir';i7./niu.sl,:,lie.c'oniiueiiec(l. before the issuance of sjitlf Ceflifleate oi'Jmprovcinehliv  '������������������.'JJiil'.cil;.tlii;s .li-fh dayof July, A. IX liliiJ.0/:, 7  7/ .:;,'/77/ :/    ;.;7,:,' ���������///O.: \i. X.^yildCIK.  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer In^^aaaiiEZB&>-  BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  rFish and Game in Season.  All orders piomplly lillcd.  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  Corner   Douglas  and King .streets.  FOR SALE.  Gitv   -M:iiVn;;*w'''!-'I'' co'i-jh'iie   his      :i  vveiit'"-t'.o (Join- i Pc*s -l"c' has.secured.'the/s������irviccs ,'pf-J. I-  I: ;';7'' " .7'. f1'.A..-''>,nile'r''as'',nik"n'ager'.': Mr, !Miiler7'who i  ... .  . .     :' ','.; '7���������,:������������������'". :"'v" I }<!<{ graduate of ;JK'!()ntario!CoiIege of 1  I/.' Fraser, goId.;coni-..'issipn'er,'.;a.nd,!.p'i1;11:,),;j1-.v'; js n'ot aitnceti:er a ktfwr'l  .ll.py Killeen, inspector of roads, .and. i;iin;tjie bi!A:7!;;u;:;n-;i>.in '::V the emplov/  trails, left on; Tuesday,'int)rn ing/ for-; gf.^i,-; ('nVtis 'thC'ftaVt- few weeks.',! 7 ', ���������!  Fish. Creek, and Lardeau;   ;.' 7.:.:    ;/; ,;,."/;.    .' *'-, ..-������������������-;'���������������������������"���������-���������;;;������������������ ������������������ ";7.';/   ;.���������'.��������� ;' ...  .;, .O.n' Motutay,  Fi'.'/vA-. l-awson  celebrate   the. tenth  thoi'r.weddin  ,A'; ���������SY. ,F'!>rbes,. of- irjt.;Thon!iis,7()itf.  lias'joined tlie start.'., of the Revelstoke  Wine and Spirit Cbp.ip/u.iy.as accoun't-'!  ant.'���������"���������'. '���������'���������7'7    "'';"': ,-.. ��������� 77.   ���������;���������" .;::.";���������  eyening iiMr.and, Mrs;  ���������rave a  whist'party   to  niihivei'siifv  .01.  THE BRIDEGROOM.  From  Fish   Creek   Mas   a   Costly  Honeymoon.  ���������W^BvtLM/jilGSi-:>  "���������/.'S.ni.ith7>iF.ips:7,iu:o'pushing on0- with.  theLr'.contract;for the;erectidh of ^Uio  city .schools.;./A'.,sub-ebntr;ict for flic  masonary. arid .bricklaying has ' been  Jet to J.-'Wiisoii/oi.J'lioenix- who'd id a  large part of the iiiaspjiai-y and 'brick-'-  ���������laving foe it hi; Gi-.aiibvitiines'and sniel-  ���������t7K'-'"-!'y'-7''-!7!!7;!''7:t7'r'';7!;7:.'77'v':7,,'  '.'[,*"Oi{.-' SA LK-Clicaii: , M acres.of,hiini'l with  ��������� I. , .good buildings and ("rst-class.waterworks;  two greenhouses, each -20x10 feet: two acres of-  stnuvherrie's, all irrigated; all iniprovcnients,  etc.: 'good-.'markets;1 .For. further information  apply.to Fraclio liros.', Sayward, H. C.',    .'���������/  ,  7 Cci'li f ica it c o f; I inprove iiie ii t s. 7  77,7!":-7-77/NOtige!;^  :,. "St. I.invrcncij;" ".SI.'Loiiis,'' "('oluinljia',' and  "l.adonia" mining eliiiui'-,- sil liato, in the lievel-  stoke Alining Division of West'. ICootcniiy.,I)is-  trict..'  //;'���������' /,:;;''/ . ���������' "���������..:: . ���������' ', ������������������ -  Where loealed: On'.-W'ilil t.'obsc Creek, it tributary of .lordiui creek; .���������'������������������'.;.':.: 7;  :; TA.IC.li: uVO.T.ICI.; that I. K *\lcC.u-t.y.'l''. \\. C.  No. 117211 for myself and agent, for Thomas Kil-  .natriek. t'.JI; (.'.No. (irMI.'l.'I'lif'.nias llo'wiiie. |i'.  JI. C Xo.���������tiri.'O.VC'. H. Iliinie, I'', M. O. No. 1171.'*,  Chas. ,.li'. Lindin'ark,.: I>Y: /\I;C; No. 1172(111, 01 JI.  ;l''rascr, V. .JI, ('-. No. liTISI-ii'iiil'.lames 1,'cigliley,  F. JI, C. No;'l!72i!l,':iiiteiid. sixty'.days froiii the  date hercol', to apply to thi; Jlining llecorder  for ii Ccrliliealeoi' Improvements,' I'or Ihe purpose of oliliiining-n Crown Cli-anf df the above  claims'.".".."'':...���������.  /   -7- ���������'7.7:; ..:..,      ...:  .  And, further, take notice flinf'ncfioiK un'der  .Section ;t7, niusl, be ciiiiinicneed.balVire the'issu-  ance of .such Cerfilical.e of. liiiproveiiicnls.'  -  ���������Dated this tlrirt.ielh'day of .l.uiie,' A.-l). 11102.;'  .;7'77:.;;7;;,a:.7;/-.;7.'7^ ;.:���������/;'!'i<'/Jic(;J\in^7:  jam   to  Subscribers.  KOOTENAY MAIL with Family  llei-iild and Weekly Star for ha lance  of ]902, willi Coronation Pic-lurcs  of Kint,r ICdward aixl (iueen Aiex-  aiulra for $1.75.   ^Addre.-s  KOOTENAY   MAIL,   Revelstoke.  7;7/;:7/:^  T.\\rO Unsideiices on iU'elCehj'.ie 'Avenue,, with  ������������������ ;, nioderii.improvements, -S2,;)00,eaeh, on easy  ���������;���������;'..���������''��������� tcrnis.-'. : '���������:': :���������'.���������"' ���������'..'', :'��������� :���������,..,'.' " 7.- ii ;.;;��������� ���������  TWO ,Itesii'leiices on Third Street east; very  ������������������:. eonvenienf. for railway men, Sl.KtKI each,  - easy terms. 7 ���������" ���������- ;" ���������/.',������������������,."���������' ,'������������������. -. ','7,7/, ../������������������'  OXK Residencepir;Kir.stL Strtet.east,, cash.re:  ���������;. (liiired J.-'W), siihjectlo'mortgage. -  Apply lo,-���������������������������':���������'..-. " ��������� -���������;'/::..; '"���������"..���������'��������� "'-7 "������������������'  IIAUVKV, Jlc(-AUTKI!. &  PINIvHAJl,  us/ness  lis, rnariv  !Mrs. .Fi.'Iv. '.McPh'orson left on laFo'i'!-  lor, I'oi'tlaiiil,   Or.'o.n-'.a.. yijiit.-Ui' !:<i-  ,i  71 ay  slst.er.  .'���������"lh I  criv,  It. (���������.'u:ij|ihi'IF;"(.f- F\ariikibps;,  of tli" .''K'ooteu.'i.V Mail has  the  , al  ii,. Kill-man. . '     '.���������'..  ".])'r.. F.del.olils, of N'cw -S'ork.   c  to   have, discovered   a.    remedy'  ' Brig!)t;s ��������� disease   by    removing /  ������������������'capsule of  the' kidneyl.iy surgery,  lowing growth of new tissue.  S; 1). Crdwle hadexcellent -crops of  ���������lia'y, vegetables and small fruits this  season on his nine); south of the .city.  JFe had '"12 acres under hay,,,five acres  of potatoes and an acre of .other 'crop's.'  lie is clear, ng more ���������laiid for. next  season's, croji.  The roads in the harden ii have been  imjiroved to such an  extent   that   the  boiler for the .N'ettie !>., weighing  four  . ton;*, was got into the.mine in'-half  a  .day'from Ferguson.     The  compressor  plant' is now going  ���������pr'.-.-���������'���������!! ted -'by Court ���������'.lie.gbie-''i'I.''(i.'   17'  .with a set: of gold cutV 'links,'"���������    './���������'..",'  ': ' Mi^s Finkhaiu%,'is ^visiting   in l\,-i,sli,i,  t!ii.; gu'e.-t'of Mi's..' i'co. Alexander.  "Mrs. Iid,l'.oi)gard',ivturne'd' un Friday  'froi'n Kaiii-loops'..'   .   '   . -     ' '  MiyaudiMi-s.    I'Fowitt. JJostoek   aud  family ..arrived at -Ducks on  .-"aim-day  wherc.lhe family will .rc.sii.Ie. :  ������������������ F. ,.F. Ward, the .'new   manager   nf  ma.uagi  ,7i Molsoiis. !!auk7is a 'brother of T, Ward.  aims.1'"������   '''d timer of Itevelst'okiv^a'hd ';iioiV'  for ��������� ofi'Nf���������lsoii. ��������� '. " , ".   ���������  A most hii.eeessful' social ,wa.s given  .l.iy .Mrs'. II.'.V. (iloursier last (.���������veiling iii ,  aid. of the finuls 'of St..; I'eters Gliurch.i  There was ������ large" attendance, ..Mrs'. 7  Coursier.' being assisted in her dutii-s i  as hostess by Mrs.   (i. .Sut.liorJnnd nnd j  !  ci'i-ek fi'ieiul^:'w]'.ll -be.  iad    to.lea nr 'hat   .Donahl ��������� ���������.' Caiiierr.n  i has-.''.liOeii' )e'e:;sed  frfini the -prison   'at-  " Ho-t. oi -"fci--which    he'wvi's.cfnisijrnefl at-  .��������� tlieiinkt-.i i:.ce'.-���������..'!' ��������� r11'���������������>:<r>t i.(::-,:..gi>!.v'.'.v,.I.u-,i,t '  ; ������-;.'h< fi;^l.in's;,rte;''' ag.'ei'd;.(!jioirh(:(Ueeh  ' "I..-: [.i.-irtie.'s, as a. 1'in'lhi'. for .Miss   Morri-  ' .-'('ill's Wh-ii d  ii  l;e;,,rt 'is'il .?err-M,.,-i hat i,-'���������  /canifully gaurded.   ���������''. he'utiiownt,!'. hoiv-"  ever is sail! to..lie a large .ine~-s.o.iai'LV- ���������  that 1'if-gat i.it'io'n-:.' i.-o'.l ', o I .<��������� - tis.j i<!i'5c;'f;  until.   (,'anie.i-(')h   i-uiild   !'i!,:(:ive   jfn-nds-;  ���������I'ri.iiit'iiC.o  'ilreion. ������������������ Fit; sent a   fel'-g- ,'  ranf ((.' ihii-friend.-   in tiie vifieruijoiri'.;  have  the money .-transmitt'-d'.through  it    I'ostoi* bank ,py te'legriipi). arid'   iir. :'  rangi;d with ili.e hank for payment' ai- '���������  tei-' regular banking .hours..    ��������� i '.-. ,;.'':-' '/  ���������".'���������'���������    CHURCHES.       ?:  ,'..������������������ r-i;'t:^uvTi-:i(i.vv.'        7 ,   .,   "  in.. , The Trout  Misses Oi'r,^ tiuck, Crant. Hpurling .McLean andl-alwards. Tlie fndepehdiait  liiand was in attendaiico.. Songs, were  contributed by Mesda.iiies; Dent and  ���������Wilkes and Mess-rs.Carutliers, he Ma-  istre, F. Taylor and Melville. Tie-  grounds were prettily lighted with  electric, Chinese Ian terns, etc.. and a  most |njovab|e time spent,  ifoO and JfiiO was realized.  i   ''(',n .Sunday (.���������vcii.ing iltev. \Y, (.'. Cab  | der preac'.liefl an';'able   sermon on Si.in-  ! day observance..    Ife c.onfendeii it was  .-not   the   province of: tlie' r-lnircJi,  to';  i abuse.those'who   disregardod the Sab-!  I bfi.fh','I.iiif, rather to expound th'' prin-;  j.ciplesof the gnsjie!   in. such a inaniic'ri  as   to teach'people to value its .priy.f'l-. j  ��������� eges as,a. da.y'of rest. " ,;  .11. (7ook sang   splendidly the ;;ifo]y |  ���������iiif-y,".    '        . . "   ,!    ,        .     I.  '���������'.        Pp|oosite l-iofel/yaihcouver,  '!    MISS; E;   RICHARDS,   Principal-  '' Short hand,' Typewriting, Hoolckocping. Tele-  Ki-iip.liy an/1 Ai-.thilecfurol Jirawing.. Ura'du-  atcs from, this col lege seeilreibe.sf appointments.  Inclusive terms for boarders $.'it!per moiith.  UNION  ..CIGAR FACTORY..  BR A N DS^���������aa5sS3SSS>-  "Our Special" <&. "The Union."  H. A. BROWN PROP.  REVELSTOKE,     -     -    B. G.  W ' &  Sfi?ds, Trees,  Plants, Builis.  '#���������  'MKTiiontsT finr.'rfcir.' ,  .Mr   Sip|iereH, f!. A., president.  Made from Grape Cream of  Tartar, and Absolutely Pure  Highest av/ard, Chicago "World's Fair.  Highest tests by U. S. Gov't Chemists.  I!ev.  '.eUyeen | ef  Ci.lninl.i.a,   ('r.llege   will   prea.eli i on  ��������� I .'Siinday.    ,  PRICE P-AKiriO POWDER CO,  CHICAGO.    ��������� ',   '  ���������Jinllailon J.nUn^ powdcrii .'ire mcstlym.ido  from ahmi. 'I'lioy may i ost Icsh per pound,  hilt llicir  uric  j;i   ;((.   dm cost  of   la-aHli,  .   . 7 '. (.iim-:I':nFi()I7kk7f,ijants,  7     I'or fall I'taiitiiiy;.'  ���������    '.'������������������<-It'-'ii (,-ertideate i'rinn "7iii;  .������������������|.iei:|o)-,,  q  . ���������;','; .'���������   7   s  :7',; . 7'Ci'T i-ix)\v'ki;s7  ac; i; i< sit i ;:i' -'���������:  .,   77',: IM.PI.KMKXTS,  ';" 7: HKlv^l'I'I'IdHS/  :( "���������" l'HIMT"."liASKKTy,''. ' "'   ;"'  7      "FMkT'ii.iz'rcii.s;,   ' '  .<7'afali.i.n'iio li'rco.  , M. J. HENRY,  '(00!) We.sfniiii.-'ler   Hoail,   N'ancoti v.cr  .'.',:      .Wiiitk- LAiioi;O.n-'i.v. '���������'  uii:?j  Mining & Legal Purposes  Transfers. Opt ions, -Flowers'  ,'of Attorney, Suitntory Dcc-  ' Jaratioii's, I'roxi.es, etc.,,can ,  be plnaineii at tlie    ���������'  ..Kootenay Mail Ofiice..  'i������?K  ntr  I*  1������  WRAPPING   PAPER  AND  PAPER BAGS.  The Kootenay M.iil lins licen  iippoinlt'd iifcunt fur one of  (ho Jnigout Canadian I'aper  Mi I I.s.  \Vrapping p.ipoi'.s in rolls or  Hal.' and ]iapcr lia^.s of all  weiglifs. mikI ^i/e.s .supplied to  older prinlcd or imprinted.  Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.  ������m  ���������������'  ������:  :���������#���������'  : ������  ���������. W .  Mb  ���������~.������ '���������  ��������� (fi*  ���������.������������������������  ' ty '  JO  ,���������'-'���������   l-'or (li-fil-class louthcr writu   ,  B. C, Leather Co.  Vancouver, B. C.  lirilish f'oluinhia AkoiiI-s for llic culchralcd  "PENETANG" SoloMjOiitlier,. Cut, Soles mid  Ileol I'iuct's. ..'\  Hiu-ucss I.t'iithurs, Uridlo, Suddlu and Skirt-,  ing l.ualhor.s', l,imu mul,; J.atigo Lumhurs, Up-  |ku- LuiiMicrs of all kinds.- ''  TMiiiiufiiL-turor-s of Clo-scd Uppers of -all  d(!S(;ri])t,ions. ,    , .        ,      ���������  Shoemakers' Tools and .Findings, Saddlery  Hardware.'Hides and Oils.  Two Uiousund Duci'skins AV'anled.  Catalogue* and price lists on application'.  PATENTS  Trademarks  .���������   .   - .   .   _     and Copyrights  ��������� obtained in al] countries.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical     Engineer    and,    Draughtsinuii,  Hank  of 11. X.-A. Buildings, Ha-stings Street  " VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  postcard  willseeuro an evening njipnln t  ment for those who cannot call uuring the day  /  ���������41  K  \  swm*Ma������WBSfflM^ ^k'scripti^  * 'fl  jsps*" ������:r'v; ��������� "���������  r;Ko<5fsna%flmail��������� '���������������������������;'      777/7-."^:;'^-M'/'^  '\.7;:7'7;7'"7.77"'"y-7''';   .,:; R.cyei3"oRe R. C.7'"'"'''���������: 7.''7'', ���������'��������� '.7.,'.-'  '.7.0.;'''.  ;;77,;;..4,:E,nclo^ed  ^���������^^  Nairn'.  Ad .ires*.  -7J


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