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 I . 1  t  Pvovlnclid Library  ''    ��������� \''.', ..F,:' I  v;  j'-i4;<w,'l  s     '  JWinuiul  ")  jMinlii;;  \  ii, lit the  ,  ii  Jllll'IIOt,  il  PI s (Jui  ���������.(i.. Fiee  ��������� Minor''-  *|  \s Cuiii)  1 l  (eumdui  .lie pur-  e above  ,1, uiicloi  ) ]  he isMii-  ll  itf. ���������  7  l!)n.l.  ij  ������. U S.  ij  c   \iinw  II  ll.l\.])IS-  iboul Hi  t 1  iniflT of  Spc Jin 1  nt ll'i-s-  cate No  t  ?]  3 liricof,  1/  rt llic. tto  I'I  itainhiK  *!  ], umioi .  ��������� w  he ������������������ii-  jj  J) ISO'S  ���������j  h S.  *|  ail jiic-  H  -.(i live  '1  'l.lSCI,  V   mid  ti  olliei*  -j  VliKllI  ]  Jiiver  enei ,il  Apply  ij l)i"-t.  <]  en.IV.  ������������������]  Lciiiiy  i  -.     in  i  ins nn  *  KlIoL-  i  (Mise-.  sr.  C'llll-  $l.-).l  ���������J  8.*>l)0  IGinl-  i������  y   ed  1  illus-  t,  lerms  i.  . A p-  ,-v  In  :!  flfi*/? flf  5,000  PEOPLE  " i  THE HOTEL VICTORIA  K. K, I.KASON',  VICTORIA.        - '    U. C.  ���������  Ainurlenii ikinl Kiiropinn l'liin, -���������;  ,   American 1'lan ?2.()0 awl Ujuvnrdn*.  Steam Ileiilcd. Snmplo roomn.  i    ' ,  Jf v  ' i  Vol. 10-No. 21  REVELSTOKE. B. ,G, AUGUST 22, 1  $2,00 Per Year  LABOR  nnv  urn  First  Staple and Fancy Dry Goods  Beady-Made Clothing', .������/*, -  Men's Furnishings, Hats^Caps; Boots, Shoes.  Our Geo. Ar. Slater ,','Invictus Boot" is a Daisy.,' Ask to see it.  <���������*?  ,; Notice a Few of Our Special Lines:  " '   ,   ' j.        .    <>-      UI'lliUl.A'l"      ,  Men's Suits in j'Tcy iind'mixed colors, ^6.50, _*.  Men's Suits in grey and mixed colors, mo.oo,    " '  Men's Suits in-grey and niixed'colors,   1 1.00,  Men's1 Rain Coats;. . .".������. . ;'. ...'. / 16.00, '  .Men's  Rain Coats '....'..*.."    7.75,  Men's''Fan Hoots, I^^'" Willow. Calf* 5.00. ' ���������  Tan .Boots  'rati" .Boots.  'O"  \',Vici Kid. .���������:-   5.00,  Box Calf..'. , 4.'00,'  r Dongola Kid,  2.50,   ;.. 1 b.oo,'  Ladies' Rain Coats. . . . '.   '6,oo,  '���������Ladies' Rain-Coats.'. .' , ,- 4*75>  Men's  Men's  'Men's Black'Boots,  Ladies'-Rain Coats.  ti!  NOW  $4.50  ' /7.00  ���������7^50  10:00  5.00  2.50  ���������.2.50  ' 2.00  * 1.85  7.00  4.00.  3.00  Annual  'Sports,  '��������� Arranged.  Gathering  JUST ARRIVED  -A  fine assortment of D  Curtain Muslins  ress >������������������  and  Kindly favor us 'with, your .mail order.''  ' It will,receive-prompt attention.    -  Y" -������  Siicci'-soi* Lo T.iyloi' Urot.. & Geoige, Limited!  '���������?  fjfoi^i r^f^f^(^t^r^^i^e^^f^i^^f^^r^^f^f^^^<^>^^?<^>^)t^>  & ,  dtp,  '1 tfh ������*  oV  vj)  S'  F#nislii'ngs,Y Roots,,:'SiesJ fo'ts? Ca'ps'l  -Y " . '-1 -     .        *. - .--'..    JK.  READY-MADE, CLOTHING;.  '    * '     .-..,- -,   .. j  .Big Horn Brand,- B. C. .Uniofi.Made Overalls, Shirts,.etc.' " ������f>  ,.. ^Boys Suits, Boots, Hats and Caps. ^  i . - ' REVELSTOKE STATION, B.C.^ - X  ^^(^r^r^(^f^^r^^^(^^^f^^^^f^^t^^<^f^><^)<^>i^)f^>^>  ��������� A iiicuLing to organiho 11 sports  giitlicriiig for Labor ])ny wus hold  iMomlny.' The >rnyor urged-scouring  JjiIjoi* buy us tlio itcvclstoko day and  that all unito to make 11 great success  of ,11.- r "    ������    ,  1' The Mayor wus niipointed cliairman  nnd JI. Floyd sccictitiy. ^  , A. Johnson urged 1111,1111111111! celc-  bnition'on Labor Day, and aih-crtisiiig  it hix month.*) or so iilicud ho 11s to cut'  out the other towns. '      '    *   <  ' .1. \V, J3onnctt eonsidored no ir.oro  iipproprinto day could bo chosen than  Labor Day, us this was a purely laboring town.   '  ��������� J'. Ilooloy'" thought 'the boiler-  nialver*) would ;co-operate. ' Jfe suggested getting' up a dunccToii the  occusion nnd using 'the 'proceeds to  equip tlio library, '  T, J.*" Wiuluiiiii, rapresenting the  nuichiiiiats, suid the I. A. of M. would  holp Mm celebration with funds.  Ki'solvud   the   title   be j Jtevelstoko  Labor Day Annual Celebi'ii'liou.    That  'executive committee consist of  profei-  ilent, vicc-pieaidunt nnd 'coin 111 it tee of  live, wii.h power to mid.. , '  'The following oll'icers wero elected:  I'lCbiilcnt, Ilia Worship tho "Mayor;  vice-president, IV.I. Wiiilniiiii; soc-  trens., II? Floyd,; coniniittci', Messrs.  Trimble, Outliott, Ilooley, Jlelville,' K.  S. Wilot.n; commiltcu Y.to' appoint the  necessary sub-coin in ittccs,  /flint celebration be Ileitis under  auspices of Afnyor and Council.      ,'  Committees have been allotted for  reception, grounds, Ti nn nee,' <* sports,  liiiiibpnrtiition nnd ndvertising; entcr-  t.iinnicnt'etc., and the work of organising (.lie sports proceeded with..    '' ,  BI^SOdlETr.  Local Branch Organised.  The meeting, last evening in1 St.  Peter's church in the interests of0the  Upper Canada Bible -Society was  not well attended'owing to the la'clc  of notice and other attractions.  --, Rev. C. ,-Ladnor Vns chairmun:  The "proceedings 'opened; wi tii a  hymn, Re'v.-C. A. Procuni,er''engag-  ing in, prayer,- nnd ���������> Rev. W." C.  Calder reading the XIX. 'Psalm.  The delegates, Messrs". Gibson and  Bryan,.of   Toronto, addressed   the  gambling:  Action Taken  by' Police  Com mis-  1 ��������� sioners.  i) ii ' ..  In accordance ( with  the rider of  jury in the; Stewart case the polico  commissioners met and resolved:  That following notice.' he. sent to  each Hotel in cUy: "That hotel  proprietors iii city bo and are hereby notified that'iittention of police  commissioners hns'beon called hy  rideiY of jury empannelled to'en-  quire into death 'of Into F. Stewart  to prevalence of gambling game  known ns "black-jack" in city and  that police commissioners hereby  notify them such game must be  Plopped at once, and' that commissioners will tnko all steps in'their  power to.enforce compliance with  this notice," "' ''  THE MINES.  listened to, wilh. considerable? attention. '" " . ._  * A, local branch was then organised. . 'Rev. C. A., Procunior was  elected president, A: Miller secretary, and R. Howson * treasurer,  the clergy of the town being cx-  ollicio member.*-. The general committee was left for the first meeting  of'local branch.  i.\-JJCa������": "���������. S ���������nUi.-Lsii-IXiJ.  i",'.-Jl'-v :i'Pi.;...:,l','"J//l-.ua*'=TiCRSl^^  Mail'.,  Order  Uept.  VVe'have added  Departnienu   '-,,   ~  LIMITED.  few new lines in our Dry Goods  CHILDREN  ami M1SSKS  Made-Up Dresses    v  Mave a look  Verv prettv yoodb .ind thorou'>hlv made,  at them while the assortment is complete  .   Boys Short Pants  We have been looking-for something that would trouble  the boys to wear out. We have it now. The " Lion "  Brand, double seats and knees, sewed all over with  linen��������� thread and welted scams. But you will have to  see them to appreciate them.  Black Cat Hose  1  We stil! r.,:rry them     We have seen them in actual wear  and   know   they   are  riyht.    Color   perfect.    Three-ply  knees, double toes and heels, and the most durable hose  ever made for school boys.  Our Grocery Department  has just received a shipment of  "Ganong Bios." Choco  kites and   Bon Bons,  the Confectioner's art.  fhese are the  finest  product  of  LIMITED.  Millinery ancl Dressmaking* Parlors Second Floor  \?isiiors ^/lituayj tOelcome.  vnvnmxatx:! yga..'.v,riwiA-jj������ju;agt^^ ������*���������������������.,.. ~-^v.^WL^^^j!������i  MALAKWA.  J/'ruiii.p'ii-own Corre-P'iiidoDl  'Our weather is still unsettled.   l"  Alex. Reid, of -Tappen Siding,  called in to see us.   '     ,  Haying is nearly all_ done, and  tlie mos-t of it is'up in good order.  Wo had a visit, last wc-ek from  F. J. Fulton, M. P. P., looking up  the stray sheep.  ��������� Qiir school opened on 10th inst.  under the able management of Mrs.  J. C! Hutchison, of Revelstoke.  It K plain to be seen there are  inoie 1I1.in beni and grouse like  hucklelierrice, our local patch keeping all of us busy.  Our road work ' started, on the  20th inst. -under foien'i.inship of  Chas Ei-iclc-on, who has word we  have $600 for , this district.^ This  will put some of'our wot/hole*"- in  01 dei.  On Satuidiiy a basket picnic,  iriven by settlors heie, was, held nt  the old fa 1111 of Loftus. Although  the weather was threatening it  managed to hold off till night, and  both young and old turned out to  enjoy the clay with the children.  Sports of all kinds were indulged  in. The tables were loaded with  very inviting dishes, and when the  sun was getting low we all dispersed with tired but happy bodies,  wishing we may have more such  clavs in Mnl.ikwu.  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  1. 0. 0. r.  An Oddfellows lodge was established  in G.uiilioino hibt W3uk by Dr. Arthur  .insisted liy J3ros. J. A. Stone and E.  U'atobon, of Revelstoke, and Bios.  Godsoe, I.iingstatr and Taylor, of Trout  I.iike. Following officers were installed: G. It. Xortlicy, X. G ; .1. X. Rear,  V G.; G. Milliard, Kec; J). McLennan,  P. G. and Trc.i.s ; .1. McDowell, Con.;  T. Will-. Wm.; K. .1. Edge, r. G.; F. S.  Mini, 0. G  \V. H. Pool fiimly believes silvci is  on tlie UTge of a big rise, and predicts tli.it within two years it will be  liiu'iier t Imn it bus heen for a decade.  When tlm takes place hundreds of  propel lie*-tb.it arc now lying idle in  Lhe I. irdeiiu will again rapidly come  to the fn.nl  R. II, Jliillcy, of Minneapolis, vinited  the Metropolitan and. in -nitcrested in  tlio properly. t     '  Tlio shutting do'w'n of tlio .silver-lead  mines nt  lirokun' Hill,' Austrnlia, wus  due to drought.  < ii. ',  11. 0. Jill riot  is  giving o-stiiniites for  an asriiil traiii for. llic  Pnradise mine  on'Toby creek.'' ,      '   f  K. A, Bradley intends piialiing o[iei-  ations on French oieok-j and' is adver-  ,tising foi',<20 iiion. .   . _,  i     -*    *'   ,  M. L. Mover and paitnoi.s, panned  1800 ft. of their claim at Poplar creek  and got colois to cveiypaii.      ,    *' ,f  The stamps, crusher, and ^van'iiois  n're now set tip ,at the' Eva mine and  building alniOBb completed.   ' '  Now gold strikes <aro reported from  Cooper,   (Jascade, 'Davis   and   Rapid  creeks, tributaries of the La'rJeau.      '  1 ' " ���������-   i>  At the Oyster-Criterion   the crusher  and'stamps aie in place and the installation uf coinpicssor well advanced.  ,Thc.' Northwestern at Goklliclds is  shut down pending meeting of shareholders at .'.lancock, .Mich.', on Sept, II.  The Slocan Stiir, \vliich~will resume  as the result of the lend bonus, has  made contract to ship its oie to Tiail  sincltci.     ,' - -      .      ',        t- ]   '  ��������� The jury^in iiiipiiry .into 'explosion  ut Cumtieiland'by which Chinese weie  killed lellectcd oii Goveiimienti Inspector Morgan.' i    ' ,'��������� "  "'eThe"'Bjg Bend ���������ull'oul3������ii".gicn.t'and  "unexploicd .Held for * pibspecto'rs between the'headwaters of tliclllecilh-  w-iict' aiid Bigmouth; *'        . ��������� ^      , ' _  W. .M." Biown, picsiUcnt "of the  Prince Mining aiid Developing Co.,  and Messrs. Davis and Rumens visited  the Standard mine this week.  J. Sotuds und'T. Muloney nie woi icing their placer giound on Cascade  'creek', south of Beaver, and aie said to  be getting satisfactory piospucts.  At Trail smelter one lead stack is in  continuous operation, Heating ^00  tons daily. Tlie second stack is ready  to blow in. No. 3 stack is,well under  way. - "  Cory Monhinick has'bought the  Nelson, Goldtlake and Gold Medal, on  Ten-Mile cieek, fiom Mcssis. (Juriy,  Hillman and Moriiaon. The le.id is  10 ft. wide, showing tree gold.  AV. B. Pool had $20,000 ol slimes  subbciibud at Ferguson and !plO,UUO at  Nelson in a lew liouisdii-tlie company  be is foi in ing to work the Lucky Jack.  The mill building is well under way.  The Piovinci.il Mining Assucintiun  c.\eculi\e meets at Kossl.'uid un -Uli  to cousidei llic iicuiiliiitss and oig.inisu  the biiMiicas Im tlie next coiixentiLHi.  A. M.'Jones is .ippuiulLiI li.ivelling  ii'[iiesentiiti\e.        '      c  .]. D. Sibb.ild is getting excellent  gold on the Revelstoke and McCullough Cieek Jlydi.iuliu Co's grotuul;  On Wednesdny lie took out by panning alone o\ei tliiuc ininces, including tbicc nuggets woi tii $10 each.  W. li. Pool has iineoveii'd the Lucky  Jack lead at Pop I.n lor GOO It. Ass-iys  he got showed'\.lines of .ft*,.*) I a. $2,200  and $1,700 lespectively "These  samples were taken right acioss the  six foot lead 200 feet npair," said he,  "and I give you my woid that not one  of them showed a speck of hoc gold;  ue picked them with that end in  view."  W. li. Pool is in Hinging for election  of a five-stamp mill as quickly ,is possible, and it is also likely Unit n slioit  tramway will be installed to lunilie  oie down fiom the Lucky .luck. One  boulder lying on the Lucky J.ick lead  they intend sending to the world's fair  at St. Louis, if it will hold together,  weighs 500 pounds, and is so pci men ted  with nuggets it will have to be wired  to hold it together for removal.  NAKUSP.  From our own Corroipomlunl.  On Wednesday Jas. Smith, who |ms  been woi king for .some time in the  ship y.ud, let a heavy piece of iion fall  on one ol his feet bruising it so much  he had to go to the hospital at Nelson.  The wedding ball given on Friday  night in the Lcland hull hy Mr. rind  Mrs. L F. JlcDougald, after their 10-  turn from the coast, was a success in  eery way. Theie wus a good crowd  to take piirt in the dancing, and a tine  supper followed, put up by J. J[ector  of the Giand Hotel foi the occasion,  LACROSSE :  .i    i       -        .       i  Protest In  Dominion  Day  Match  ���������    ���������' Kamloops v. Revelstoke.   ���������  After' carefully investigating "the  prptcGl lodged by Kamloops thogeneral  executive havo decided:���������  Tho Rovolsloko club knowingly,iind  deliberately violated Section 2, Articlo  8, Fulton'Cup rules by playing W.und  IC. Dqdd.  It liiight ,bo possible that among a  list of some 2-1 mimes the Kevelstoko  secroliiry omitted two of their players  and only discovered samo .lunn'f-tli,  dnio on which ,DodcK Pros, wero reported; ' , '    ,  Therefore tho secretary of Revelstoke club bo asked to furnish'1'to aatis-  faction of executive a sworn adidavit  that W. and K, Dodd woio duo rcsi-'  dent meinbei's 'of Kevelstoko lacrosse  club, on .Line 1st, and their, names  omitted by mistiike when reporting on  .June 1st, and that hej bo given till  Aug, 22nd to fuhlish.'siiid declaration",  and that eonimitt'i.'O meet' again Monday, Aug. 2-lih, to decide. <   ���������  CITY'COUNCIL  ,  Adjourned meeting''',lii������<l night.  Present': The^Mayor,, Aid. Focito,  Law.iind McLeod.        "  iCoiih.i:si'oxi)j:.nch. '    , ���������! .  Supt. Kilpatriek,, complaining,of  electric, lights. The Mayor said the  lichts' were vilo and called on R.  Gordon -to explain. 'Mr. Gordon'  considered the difliculty was caused  by not enough water, owing to intake closing tip ,and ��������� leakage rof  flume.'illc'considered the difficulty  now remedied. 'The night manand  other man sent to clean-the wheel  were to blame for the mishap which  broke the machine' and shut off the  light Sunday..'''.'  * Owing to some friction between  the employes at ,power house Mr.  Gordon was authorized to discharge  any man .who failed* in his duty.  Decided" that' necessary repairs he  made and Mr. Kijpatrick informed  matter will be;remcdied. ' "    - '*-.  E. E. Ward, manager -Molsons  Bank',1 claiming damages for break-  .a'ge of boiler through water supply  being shut ofi -without'hotice.���������-Mr.  Gordon said the boiler had collapsed  several times .before and was very,  inferior.---Reply *��������� that' city  is^not  liable.;' >v " rv;;;rY - "C  ���������Aid.-Law com plained 'of -II. .Manning digging holes in street opposite  his" place!*.' * '\ . ".'.'/,'.  1 IS'o. 2 Fire Brigade* asking supplies. , -  ' Dr. Cross, coroner, notifying verdict of. jury in Stewart case and  rider re gambling. ��������� The Mayor  stated the police commissioners had  notified the hotel-keepers to' stop  black-jack games*.  Chinese laundries, complaining  re by-law, and asking till July 190'1  to close laundries so as'tobeable  to sell or remove buildings.���������Granted, so far as present council has  jurisdiction.  stiu:i:t imphovoiknts.   '  The Mayor suggested improving  First stieet between Hume's warehouse and C. P. R. warehouse, and  Supt. Kilpatriek had offered tosup-  ply cinders; a No that Third street,  sidewalk In- completed.  Aid;   Foote   recommended    im-  iv J. Palmer's   from  Kcnxiu  a venue, and  to   Xo.   2   fiie  BOURNE'S  ' i fSJ  A large consignment-of'CROCKERY  just to, hand, including all kinds of  .GLASSWARE:for Hotel and House-:  1    ' ir *  i i  hold.use.   . ��������� '      ",  '"  iNo. 1 CREAMERY BUTTER in  ���������prints and boxes, EGGS,', California  and -British Columbia, FRUITS .'"arriving daily, by,Express. .   v'  BOURNE  Headquarters for Groceries  ^ ...of Guaranteed .Quality.,  tH'%m  '.'���������iW  ��������� ''.'7;-, il .'3*3  ���������������S������ -" -Z.'i'(  ,',*.'  Goes the Prices for'the;;  Balance; of the Clearing Sale!  ���������*>  ���������10 t  gains, m  , -        . ,      .' .    . . .-    _ Vj   \.       ^   ^Uf  ' i  W:U  :^ j- ���������  *yki;m\  '>\uh^M  j������,-j*.->ag?*.l  i'tfpi'-'im  '>'%-TK'������$t'  *���������    Ju*W   l^jj i.ij 11  X-<y'-t'~> 1'  w*  ... , ^ k>  ;" t> *j.*,/������*a  1 i'  I'VV-Vi-?'  '''li-ij-t. ISV'  "���������"a .J.'JK'  ���������J '*������������������������ .<fSi  M   .   . . ,J* r.|Vi? j  1 '���������!.r.<-.���������������.&������������  "/T^ a Cj������TTS _  a'u-���������,&*$*  i < ->'! k-.'Ui  (l r.-l 111. i i;i  proving .iiicy  Robson   to  Mi  im|)roved  hall.  Aid. Liiw wished .-.ili-w.ijlc done  by If.1 A. Hii;wn',-. ret-idencc.  These works weie authoii'-ed.  ci;.n'i;iiai..  Resolved the Mayor, Aid. Hume,  Law, McCarty, McMiihon constitute  iissdssmcnt court to sil Monday.  ASSOCIATION  (.    ������  Convention  To Bo Called to Select  Candidate for Coming Election.  At a iiH'cliiijr of the hiliei'.il .ishoei.i-  timi 'I'lic-d.iy niglit., ii w.i.s decided to  call .i lil.ei-.il I'oiivciitioii l'"i tfiitiud.iy.  Au^c 2!)ih, In sjeleet n e.indid.ite Mi  leprcsunt the p.irly nt the coming  election. The ooiiiiniuce on ie|ii('teii-  tiitioti n-poiied in f.norof the following (leh*i;.iliiiii fin* the cumeiilioti.  He\elstuke PI, -lli^ l'und 2, Albeit  Ciiiiyon I, llleuilliwiii'ti J, CI lacier I,  Anowbe.id ���������'{, Halcyon I, Uoiiuipli.v 2,  Benton 2, Camborne <1, St. Leon J.  Meetings to eleot delegates will be  culled ut the difVeient coiner--, that nt  Revelsloke being fixed for Tucsd.iy.  A committee wus appointed to meet  Mr. Reefer, Dominion engineer, and  urge the improvement on the uppei  river lie st.irted cat ly iu the full, and  that the dicdgiiu; of the ri\or below  the r.iilwiiy ln-idse be done as soon as  possible w itboiit inteifeiing with the  work ut the nariows and Beaton.  FOOTBALL.  Revelstoke is likely to play Vernon at football on Labor Day. The  boys are lcquested to turn out and  practice. Revelstoke hopes to have  big Jack Purvis plnyinu for that  da v.  BfflEtgBgsazBfc'iM^twtiat^^  IF YOU ARE AT YOUR WIT'S END TO -  GET A TEA TO "JUST SUIT YOU " TRY  ^f������!  '- pr ,*' t������  ���������     '    , Vj>V .  ���������*' u \*,?iI  ���������������������������; Aftl  '0 '������������]  If  Yf'^'af  ik\\  $V  i*fo������  M. A.'SMITH & CO., Agents, Bevelstoke, B.���������:  e  n For Business  Our stock of Ciroccrici and Gent's FurnishiiiQfs  Boots and Slioc^ ;irc ;iil complete, fresh ;uk1 new,  ancl are to be sold at 'Prices Abuay flobvn.  Give our man an order when he calls. We will  treat vou ri'dit.'  SATURDAY, AUGUST 22,  We Will Gt-Oc Atvay a Half Pound  of Our Famous Maple Leaf Uea  tat'f/) E'Vcry Order of Groceries  O-Ver TZvo Dollars.  MAGDONALD & MONTEITH,  FIRST ST. AND CONNAUGHT AVE. THE KOOTISNAY MAIL.  ^bc1kootena\> mail  .rt-'i'.ustiKi) Saturday. *  '   UEVEIi'STOKE, B.C.,  Subscription   Prioo,   52.00   Tor    Annum  AUVKRTI-JIN'O,   1IATK.S   , (in     npiiliiiitlrin  C)inni,'i_n in !ulvi-ui-.i'iin-uu inu-.li im In liy  TllO-llllV   Of   Ulioll    W'CI'h   ID   '���������.OOMI'l) lldCllI ill ���������  ]>1������>.  Tlmliui' iinlluunts.iiiiu I<il������ us (j'n/ulIr,  ������-'. for i .ich toei-llon. < '  J OH I'MINTIXli '|ii(iui|it]y iiMi'iilcd nl luii-iiii-  liblo rule*.  ACCOUNTS,  for   luinliiif,'   und    lulvoilthliiK  ���������uiyublu'oii  ili-M, of uiiiulli;-,Mili-criiiliiiiix  .      |������ijublii In iiilvnncu.    -  COirRKSPO.N'DKNCK   invited   on  miit'iu* of  potillo  nueronl.   C'oiiiiiiiailiiailoiiK in Kill-  lor   niDnt   liu ucjcumpiiuleil   liy   iiiiiiiii  of  < ,'A-iltor, no| iiecuf-oirlly for iMililiuiitliiii.  tail.  n������ uvlilfiiui of (,'ood fiillli,   C:()i'ru������p(.iiiluiioi)  -���������.* >liuuld liolulef und iiiiirI. icnuli llic oflico  by Wtidncday oumliiK.  '. ^.-Ad(lio������s . '  Tn'������������������ Kootunay Mail,  No. 10. RovelstoUe, Ji.O."  hope the good sense of the coni-  niunily will emphatically condemn  nm\ cull down any attempt nt in-  Inidui'iiiK pcirsonalitios or foreign  i.-suos.    ���������  The cily council should tnko  dociMvo steps , to remedy the inferiority of the olocl i*Jo light recentlyi  .-.upplied, as it has been a cause o(  nuioli annoy-unco and dissatisfaction  to users thereof,  .Pboni:  ir -(  &,.  If','., ������������������'  lr - -  I1. >  Wo poquost our numorous roadoi'S to  "       favor  us  with tholn assistance In  making- Uio KOOTENAY MAIL, tho  ,  most valuable  advertising modl-  urarln   tlio  Kootonays  by giving  .    tho prorot'oiico, whon makinw pup-  chases   to   those   firms who   ai'O  I'OB'ulap advortlsops In tho KOOT-  ,/ t   2NAY MAIL.  ' '    UITY ACil-'NTrf.  Copies of Till" Mail'iimy biiobliilncil Inun  ll>o followint; oily iikuiii*.' <r  '   .1. W. IlKNNICIT,  ,  AS MlA DllUd & lliioic Co.   '  , | -,   l"\   II.   WllMA    ' ,   ,,  ',"*7*I.ONIK)X (iTxtll.AND) ACI'N'CC."'  Our KiikIUIi iiIIIuh ni'u til .'Id Kloul hlinnl, I .(in-  ' don. I*'. C wiwru Jli:vW' K. & .1. Iluilly .V Co.  will ruwiwi fm IH hnxlifli no������H, Milisui-lpi.loiih  iind lulvuitl-uiiiunu nml wliwo n lllo W Kept of  Hilt p.ii'or lor tin* ii*u llcou ol ' Imipi'l ol any ol  nut i(.ii(l������i> \ 1-lLliiK ~1#c������iiiUii������ and iIuhIi'0118 01  nutiiii; lim luli-rt Insiiu -lo-Mlilo of liln oi* liur  (It-Ill pnpf-r.   "-      , '  ' -������,i   k .1. llA'KUV k U07  Pi. iio.mi: .\sn I'di.b.viAi. ,  AP'.'KltTI-.INli. PHI-BS AND       .     *  am 11ut!���������'.*-. a(ii:nt.s .\xi)           Xh*tVfcl"Al*i;i( CURKKal'ONOKNT'J,  IK) i'll'fl   SUI-Cl.        '    ���������     '       I.O.MION,'KS(II..INU.  ".CANADIAN lll*.SIN*l*'Sf- A  MlMK'IAI.'I'Y.  We contra (,u lute V. Taylor on  again receiving the 'nomination of  the conservative convention. Ho  'was certainly,, entitled to 'it., Ai  hist'clcction he w.'is one of the few  oandidaloi who run as a straight  coinomitivo'witli a view to forcing  party line,-, and he 'has made groat  sacrifices for lhe pnrty.  j._Qi\r conservative .friends have in  their platform uovurnment ownership of railways, but Senator .McDonald, a lending'British Colunibiu  conservalive, gave'notice in tho  sennle objecting in - the most it'n-  (liuililiod iiiannei' lo railways being  owned and operated by government.  " Hv llicir deeds ye shall know  theni." ���������  :s  AltVKV,  McOARTKR  ' ,   "ANU PIN I  MiAM,,  riillS, SOLICITOUS, 1STC*.  IIAKIll  Oi*Kici:s :    MoiAOSti   Hank   Hi.uoi  lii'vix-  MOKK.'-H. C.  ' - Money io loafi.  OMeos: Revoleloko, 11. O.i  (*i:r>. S. McGakt'i'ii,   .  A. M.   PlNICIIAM.  r. HuioNloko, I!. C.  Toitfc,toel(.*,''lt. C  J. A. ir.invr.v,  l.'oi l Sluelu, 11. (',  ;- K jMAJSTItli & SCOTT,  L"  Hauuisi-I'-ks.  .    i.    1  Solicitous,  'UllUC, JC'l'C  NOTAIIIKh  Tlmjiks to thu suggestion of I'.  Hooky, nt the sports meeting,,Ilium  is now every prospect 'of a fund,  being or(*iinisoil for I ho opening of  a public library for-the city. The  city council have thoughtfully provided lhe building'for' the purpose  and'wc'should like to see,a strong  committee' formed to make tho best  useoNt.       . '_   y i  We 'inu*-! n.<.|{' corrcspo'iidenlfe to  shorten their letters.. ,\Vo wish' to  give' all a fair chance to (discuss  mailers-- of public interest, but cannot do so if our space is to be occupied with such lengthy letters as  some'written lately, Wc ask co'r-.  re-poiidcnts to make their letters as  biief as possible,' not'exceeding half  a column. ���������    ',-  selected by tho ballots of the otitsido  delegates, as" only one city delegate  supported him.  John Houston and II. Wriidit, mining roccuder of Nelson, wero noiiiiiinted  ut the conservative, convention^ for  Yniir and Wright chosen by 1!) to 12,  Kobert .Shiell roprcsonted Fire Yalloy  at the convention.'  T, Ci, MoMaiiainoii, forniorly organ-  isor-of the 0. J'. K. niaintoiiiinco-of-  wiiy nien, and who tool; a prominent  pail in the trackmen's strike, t has  been selected as conservative candidate  for West Yule.    '  LABOR PROGRAMME  Kimb Stri'iM.  ItLK-l-IOkC,    11. U.  I.' '  DWAltD -A. HACiCM'JN.  .MlNlNCi   ICncii.sijkk,  "(MoniY- Ainenciiii  InstiLi'ilo JlmliiK IOiiKlmi;i'-.|  ,������    "  (Mom.' Ciiimdliiii Mliiini; Iiiillluto.) (  ���������\ , * kVivisi.stoiiIs, li. C  I'lxanilnnUoii of nnd  lepoiLt, on  Mint)at l'i*o-  1  , -      -     .  'iioilic-iiibiiociiiliy.        ,<  n  r -.  'I I  PliKliY LKAKI'*.  Miinii},- Knyiiiooi- und .AIutallliigt-.l.  - ,", '\      siTCi.ii.'iu.S: c  K.Miiiiiiiii'tion-.  unit l!u|)0its on .^IliiiiiK   J'iop-  __ _. _ _ JI  oiiincry.  I i't . ���������-'  ClllUl.  Spcclilunliun uml Coiiitniolion ot Jlinin;  oiiincry. ,-. ,     ,     ,��������� ,  .J.TciU mado of Ou'-. nnd ('oiiioiitiiitionloi Oliloi  ,,   , ine nnd Cjfiniilu'I'ualniL'iit.        .(( i  '. llyrtrnulic, 1'Iniit-.     ���������  w    , ", .,   , r,   ,  v', '- JiuUoid McNuil C'odo. >  - . VBargains in" Real Estate.  ��������� <5M ODO-11*. -,ol>* ���������I*'*.(-'"'"B  qiL,A\J \J   nvuniiu, toniainiiil,'  -���������������(   Qnn���������Comtoilnblo    '-'-story.  ipi,0\JV   Ijoii-c nml ���������.*  '"   $950"  on Connaughl  J 1-001)11.  a(Di   nOri--1  -*-0,-v  (-olt.ise.i Vooids,  Imw  , $L,U1J\J   .;u,den \Mlh-inall fiull iniiuioiy  .ory.    l> l-ooiiied  1ol%   mom ly  painted  _ ami fenced  Gi   nKO���������"-roomed collage with linllii-ooin.  <C1   CKf\���������I-aiso 2-^toryliou-.o. II  1001111.11II  <pi,UO\J   modern ronvcnluncoi    Agonuinu  bargain. '  <D9  nnn-1'e-.tntuaiit    buililing   on    l-'ii-t  < Cp������iy\)\J\J   stieet; splendid oppoiUnnty foi*  right party; good tonin.    -  QI OAA-'.'-lorj- ic-I<leiicc,  moII built, eon-  ^)l,OUU   twining s loonii.  -li=wry  colUtRC.  ���������*>   rooms  nnd  b.Uli  room, iiear C. I', ll. shop-..  C1  nnn���������-s,01'J"  '10l,-������-  '  io������lns. "ear Jlu-  f^ll,L(UU    l\.eii/.ica\enue.  CI onn-2 ������torv   lion-Jo  cODtiiining S  looin-.  $I,JUU   ccllurfull.-i/.e.  C-i  inn���������lj-itorycottnge, Grooms, lol  IOxUKj  Ci nnfi���������2 itorv modern levidence, :> lol1-. in  CpjjUUU   Koodfn������n.       * . -   ���������  CQ cnfl���������-l-1'01**'0**"*0"*30 complete and up  ^)J,3UU   t0 date, "ill) fine t;i-oun(U>.    ,  "W'K (ire prepaied  to loan  nicney on any of  \���������Y .theaboie properties on tlie iiioiilhlj ie  \n'i rnent, plan.  TirKhr.ve foi   >.ile an improied  farm  nenr  >>     tho caw itock, inipleiiioiit--, tie.   I'ntu  ������2,02.3.   CVitlne-iuiied 51,'XX).  t  LSO SO acre-, unimpiovcd land near K.ilmon  J\_   Aril) Mation, price $M)0 on good lerm-.  LEWIS BROS. Beal Estate Agents  The opponents of the Laurier government used to say that Tartoand  not haiiriei was really loa'der of the"  iidininistr.ition. Laurier fired Tartc.  'I'lien lhey said iBlair was the lcnl  leader and accused hi in .of all sorts  of selienie*). l.atiriei' fired Jiln.ii*.  I'efruip'C they will now adniit  l.auiier is the leader in fact'iis well  ns in nun io. , <��������� , '  Zhe '{kootenay riDatl  ,     SATI'KIJ.VY. AUGl'ST 22, 1903.  Under the admini.-tration of lhe  liiieral ]<aity Canada continues to  prc-per   wondrou^ly.    The surplus  fi-r the vcar elcisiiiL' June 'iOth wa-:  ���������*L-I,-3������JO,000.  The city i.-1 to be consratiihitcd  on the deci-ion to celebrate Labor  Day by a spurt- ijatlicriiijr. Revelstoke i- oi.e of the mo-t imjiortant  labor centie- of the province.  .-ir  William   Van   Home  prow- of the |iiovi.-i(>n������ for ;  inc-iil control   of   tiie  drain!  I'.icilic*.       lb'   i'IiaiacU.|i*-L'i  "���������public, oMin-r-hip iiiuie mail  di.-ap-  ovcrn-  Triink  it   a-  Tluink- to the action of tin* dominion ;_'o\eminent in granting the  ijonu- lo the lead industiy there i-  a great improvement in llic mining  and bu.-inc-ss outlook throughout  Kootenav.  TIIK GRAND 'TLtUNK  Pranlc Oliycr.M^r. V.  for Alberta,  is oneof the most  straight-foi ward  and independent   member.*)  of  lhe  House of Commons.    While'an ad  vocate of -government owner.ibip of  railways   be   endorses ,ttliu   Grand  Trunk Pacific contract .proposed by  the Ijiuirier government for the ful-  lowing leasons:���������   ,  ��������� >,   - -   - i-  r"l3ewuise  it'doubles   the  iiuhiatiiiil  .mil jnodiicl.iveilicii of C(i'(.idit; lieenu'i-e  it. (luiililes tlie oppoi tiuiity ' for eveiy  in.in in (Jan.id.i; - -  llec'.iii'-o il. 'oll'en (he ihoi test ii'nd  boil .ill C.iii.idi.in line fiom tidewater  In tidewater, summer and .winter;  Heemise it is the only all liiitiah  r.uhv.iy .icios..i the continent under  one iiiiiiiiigeiiient;  liee.uise it is so .lituntcd as to lie  most' secuie I'rom foreign invasion,  civilly (lei)tli and, thcrefoie, stiengtb  to our countiy to tlio adv.intake of  both Giinacl.i ai'd the cinpiie;  I!eciiu-.e it' gives deielopiiient and  competition in ti.insport.ition to l.*20u  miles of-gr.iin growing country in the  west .is compared with 400 miles of  such eouiiti'v developed hv' the G. P.  K.;  Because it develops vast coal field*  in llio .i.ifrkiitcbew.in, Athabasca nnd  I'c.ice 11\eis for the supply of fuel to  the pi.urics;  liee.uise it does this without land  giant, t.i.\ ex-eiiiption oi provincial or  local .nd oi any kind,  11 Because it induces the investment  of one hundred millions of British  capital in Canada and correspondingly  inteicsts the Ihitish public in C.hukI.iV  welf.ne;  Because co-operation with I he Grand  Trunk company secures ell'ectiie, -,uiv i  factoiy nnd businesslike operation and  cnsiucs the fulfillment of nil engagement.-, pioi ides bu.-iness for nnd in-  sin es the government fiom payment  of its gn.ii.in tec;  Because by that co-oper.ition all the  piincip.i' points in eiistein Canada are  put, in direct connection with the  west without c\-1i-.i eo.-t;  licc.iiisc   it   transfer-!   the   through!  trnllif* liiteic-ts  of  the  Gland  Tiunk  from the Western   .States  to   Western  Canada,  Ikciu-e it provides against ovei  c.'ipit.ih/.ition for pfl'octive government  contiol of r.itei and secures ''mining  rights to other io.kU tbioiighoiib its  uliole length;  liei'.iu-e an Atl.intir: outlet for the  Canadian Northern and the evtensioii  of the [iilcicrdoni.il to the wb( at fields  n.i- proiided for without a cent of additional public cost;  I'acatii" it gives ui:i\-iiinini public  contiol for a iiiiuiniiiiii ( nlilie outlay  and .ilnoluti! n-cuiity fur the financial  ii'ipniiiiliility n.-iiiiin (1 "'  Tho labor party of Slooiiu i.s putting  a eandidiile in the Hold.' 'i'lie party  has adopted 'one of the best and most  practical political progiamincs yet of-  feicd for the coiningoi'ieetion, It is  as follows:���������'  Thai they will nominally endorse  or support only snob men as'will place  their signed, undated resignation in  the hands of tho convention which  nominates or endorses I hum.  , 1st, Tli.il we gradually abolish all  taxes on ihe piodueor, and the product, of the producer, shifting them on  land values.        <��������� , <  2:*(l. (iovorniiionl ownership of  railiond.**, means .of communication,  and establishment, and operation by  the government olf Mnoltci.snnd rcl'mcr-  ies lo treat -nlf kinds of minerals,  . Hid. That, the Franchise be extended to women.' '  ���������lth,' The abolition 'of pioperly  ('inilifioalions foi' nil ullices. t         '  .r)tb. No land or cash subsidies,  bands to be bel'dr by the actual set  tiers, nnd furll)-*!'', tl'mt. ton per_ cent  of all lands be iininedialely sei aside for  educational imposes and tho education  of all children up to thu age of .si.weon  yen is I oho frei',seouliiriii)d eompiilsory.  Text books, nioals, -nr.d clothing to  bo supplied out of the public funds  when necessary, .        ,'  (it.li.'' .Compulsory arbitration '- -of  labor disputes.  -  7th. Hostriction Of ^Orientnl im-  inigintioirbv a la iv- on'* tho lines of  the Natal .Act/ and such action by  the government as will ensure the  workingnieii of this Province protect-,  ion against the. ell'ect'i of Oriental  competition and association.  Stii, Absolute Reservation 'from  sale or lease, of a < certain part  of every known coal .or oil area, so  that state-owned inincM-and wells, if  neeesiary, may be easily possible in  the futuie. All coal leases or giants  hereafter made to contain'.i, provision  enabling the government to' "lix the  piiccofeo.il loaded on^cars or vessels,  lor shipment to Britisn Columbia, consumers.  UUi.    .Municipalization and   public  control of the litpioi trallic.     i  10th To piovidefor the settlement  of public I'ucblions by diiect \ote  under I hu I n ilia ti vc and Kefuieiidtim.  'illb. ' Klcc'lion, IJ.iy to be n ptililic  liolidny. i I'lovision to be made that  every employee shall bo free from  service":!t'lo.ist foili consecutive hours  during polling, ai.d tho exercise of the  Franchise to be made compulsory."  CONSERVATIVE PLATFORM.  [Adopted at llmol-tnl.i., K(i|itoml>iir l.'llli, II(U|  I. 'J'hul llils coiiviihiIoh ) on HI i ins,I hoY iMillry  of tlio piirly in niiillnr-of iiuiviniiml ruiiili nml  Irailh; llio <iwii'ir-.liip mid conlrol of inllMiiyi  uml llio (lovoliiiiiiiiiiiliif llio HKi'ioiillinal lo-joiir-  conof llio piovincon-. Iind (Iowa in llio pliilliiiiii  iidniilod In Oi'lnlinr, IKiBi, uliieli I-. im follinvi:  "To nullvolviild In I tin eniiitriiellou ol Un N  iliroiiKlioul lim iiii(l(ii*iilopi)(l portlinii <������ llio  provinuu nnd Uio hinldiiiK <>l lim pionviiicuil  iriuilt rouda'of puhlio noe(i-.suy.    -  "To mlopl llmpilncliiliiiiif Koviiiiiininil umiiik-  slilpol iiiiUvii)-. in noliu io. llio elioiiiii^lnni'oi  ol llio imivliico will admit, nml lim uiloplion  of llio piinuipln Uml no l)oniih-.lioiilil liiiitiiiiiiod  In iiny ralliviiy coiiipnny ivliinli doi)-. not kIvo  Hid Kiiioriimiiiil ol tlio provincii cnnliol ol mini  over linos IkiiiiisihI, loKullior Willi llio llio dpi ion  ol pnruliasi), '  "To aelivolv assi-,1 liy Mil In did In Hi"  (lovolopiiiimlol Urn ll|il*Iolll(lll*llt io.siiiiico-i of  Ihi) piovineo. < ,  ���������>. Thai In llio inoiiiiliiiio nnd imlll llio inihwiy  poliey nliovo .-.ol loilli can Ihi iirooiiipliMiod,  li Konornl rallwiij net hi) piimoiI, s'IvIiik licoiloin  locoiislriict iiiilwiiyn iindor eoil'im iippioyod  rot-illation-., una logons In llio ������y.-.loin Unit mm  I'oMiltuil in such oxlonsli'ii iiillwiiy ('(iiiMi'iiclion  in the UnilodHliiliiri, wilh mi inneli ikIviiiiIiiko  to Irado and  eoiiiinercu.     '  !l. ThutloDiicoiiiiiKOllio inlnliiK indiiiliy, tho  liixiitionof inoliillllnioiiH 1111111)-. hlionld no on  tlio liusii of a piiKiontiiKO 1111,1110 not profits.  I, Tlintlli'i (,'oiiirinnunl (iwnorslilp ol lolo-  phono lyilnm Mmiilil ho hnniKlit alioiil. iih u llr-.l  itup In lliu nri]iii-.ilioii of puiillo iillllloi.  '), Tliiiln purl Ion of iiviny oonl Hum lioionlloi  to ho dispoioil ol should Im lo-orvcd fioin wild  Ol lllllsl), .so Uml slnto OWIIOll niliios iniiv Im  iia-.ily neeosslhlii, II llioii iipoiiilloir lieconios  oucui-.liiy or ndi'lmlili).  (i, That in lh() pulp land hinsn-. provi-lon  Miould ho Hindi) Im infoiDstliiK nml Uml slops  shoiihl Im Inlom loi lim Konoriil piDiiiniitioii  ol rornsls hy kiiiiiiIIiik ns'iilnt.1 III" wiiHtolul  dosli'iielion'of iimlioi'. i  ,1, Thill, (ho liiKiilnliiii) nnd Koi'iifiiiminl  ol Hid pioilin'oslinahl poiiiiviiio In llio, olliiils  lo iouiiio llio Dxehision ol AhliiUo liilior.  H, Thill. Hid iiinllornf hiillor I onus In Ihi) way  ol Mihiidy mid iippi(i|ii*liillniin liu tlio pinyinoo  sliinilil liu liKoiiiinly piDosod, upon llio IJnm-  Inlon h'lDoiiiiiiunl.       i '  (I, Tlnit llio iillviir.loiiil Indiisli'liirt, of llio  pinviiicii III)  loMoie-l   mid   oiiuoiiiiiKiiil   liy   thu  iiiiiio-.ilI< I     iiiciiiiisi'd  ijiiiliiins  diilloi   on  loinl nnd loud pioilnals inipnilod nilo < nndiiii,  nml Uml iho'(JoiihOiviilliu niDinlioiH ol llio  IJomiiiion Holm) lio uis'uil lo hiipporl nny  ��������� licit ion Inliodiieoil fin Slid li li purpoiO.  II) Tliiil ns indiiMriiil (llipiiliniiliiinM inynii-  iil>I%- losnll in KM.nl. lo-.-,, uml itijtu> Imlll  to the purlin-, iltiuulv eoiicoriiod nml lo llio  piihiic, ldKi*<lnli(iii should ho p.isiud lo pinvidii  iiioiins Im mi iiinlcnhlo'ndjiisliiiDiil ol sneli  (Impiilos   liutmiun   oi)i|)lo}oii'nnd   innployuos,  II. Thin a Isndvi-nlilo In Instoi Uiu ihiiiinliic-  lino ol tho i n iv pi oil noli of llio piovineu ml Inn I  llio piovnii'o in Im ns piDullciihlo h.v niDiins  ol inxiilioii on llm-liild run* pindiiolH, -nojoei  lo iuli.)lu,i)l tliusiiiiui in wholi) or p.ii'l iilicn  inniiiilncliiiod in llntiih Coliimliin. - ������������������  Slater Shoe Advertising  nfi the'���������" Slater, Shoe  Short talks by the Slater Shoe ad man, No. 8.  dolls  CONSERVA 7 IVE, CONVEN TIONS.  ALBERT CANYON.  i.-Albort (Jniiyon is one of the choicest  holiday spots along the main line.  The stie.inis in the vicinity all'oid excellent fishing, and Revelstoke anglers  oec.i-ion.illy put in n day there. As  showing the good baskets made, Ficd  Koreat took 15 trout before bic.iktast  the other morning, and lias , 11 record  of -JtI. Silver and Moore creeks ntVoid  the best fishing.  There is no scenery in the province  lo beat that of the Canyon, und amateur photographers cup depend on  finding here the choicest pictures.  The W'iivcrly road goes right into the  heart of the muiintaiiis, and the \isit  ot Whyniper, the* celebrated mountaineer, will do much to make known  to tourists the attractions of this p.nfc  of the country,    fr.ime is plentiful.  The hot spring is owned by Mes'-rs.  Marpoie, Kilpatriek and Tomkins.  While largely used .for-.baLiiiujr. its  water posiesse*- valuable.hygienic properties, owing to the presence of lithia,  and chemms have reported that in  this respect it .-Mtuls in the front  r.mk of the world's lithi.i water.- A  bottling plant will piobubly be put up  and if it possc-se-s the virtuesattributed  ' Al a ini'olinirol HioDXix'iitivooI'lhe I'lovineinl  ('iiii-.oiviilivo Asiocliilioii, hi'ld "I Viiiiciiiii'or,  tho pi'oviiico wu-. divided into llvo iliiinons  lor oi'Kiiiii/iilion pinpoioi.' Tlio , liooloiiiiv-  lloninhii'S division li iniiilo up ol ihi) IoIIowiiik  -piovineinl uloelmii dislnels: UovolsloKi",  Coliinilnii, Poriiic. Oninhiool.-. ^niir, hulin  Slnciin, Oriind Km I.-, (nonmiood, llio ui y ol  Ho,hImiiiI nml I Im Cilvnl NoUon. Al llioS.iuio  nii-utinulho Inllouiiih' lo-nlntions woiondoploi :  1. Thai convi'iilions Im . iioniiuiiliiiK oiiiiiIkI-  nloi foi nioinlim-, ol 'tho IokisIiiIivo' iini'inlily  ho inndo   up   ol   duloKiitii-.   eho-eii lis    dIiiw-.:  (nl    lneilv   oli-cionil '.(lnliioN, ono  dolounlo  r.n- uvoiy hl'ty nml lim llmi 'll,,lu>,',������������������V,lusil'''r !!  nl the pioiinuiiil i-lcolinii hohl in l'HXI.iinil iflliu  oilv is divided inlo wiirils, llio piopoilioii "ol  di-fcKiilo*. Inr ouch w.iid shut liu liinod on .llio  iiiLu polledjn u.ich wind nl llio Inst tiiiuiiici|i.il  eloel ion. ' ...,.',''     ii      .  Hi) In othor oli'doinl ilislriots, one dolounlu  forevoiv llllj oi 11 notion ol lll.ly Mile.-, poled  ill tlio pioviiici.il ilcclioii hold in I'.IIKI, tlio dol-  eL'iilo- to be nupoi Honed l.o pnllnm plucos, oi .is  iiuin Ihoretons will bu run lo llio witui-.nl thu  dilloiont. noiS'hhoihood--.' -  ���������!. Tho uloutmi) hold ������r iloloisiil()i*(l)iill ho nl  piihlionioelui),'-, held lit" dosiKiinlod cciiliii  .l.ti.0 in ouch piilliiiKdivisioii, oriiionci Hind  incitvelecioiiil (liilncd, if, llioeih, inliudod  nilo \wirdi., Al -iich pill)he mcutiiiKS onlv  Iho-o     who   plodKii thoiiiMjhoi lo wile Im   Ihi"  ciiidid.ilcoi ciiii(lidale-.sDlocled   lit   I"    ���������������  iiiHliiiKCiioionlinii shiill hounlillod  )o  n (wilo  lor dolefule-..     y     \ *     ,   ,,   , -      r   .,  ,*l. Two i\uul.������ notieo -Imll I)o,kiioii or I he  public inooiiiiK-. nl MhiolidisldKiilov "io t'| l")  oleelod, iioniiniilinKCoiiw'iilion^ili.ill he huh in  city electoral diilnels two (Iny-. ������rioi ,11)0 (l.iv  oiimIdcI) dehvale.-,iiio eh rli'tl.' ������nd in other  oli-cLiiral iliilrieli, seven days uflei.* AH liom-  iiiiitioiii throiiKhonl lhe proi nice lo l>o iiiikIu  nl ii clo-iKiiiitod coiiLrul plnoo in ench electoral  dislnct, and fin the biiniu dii.\. i  I. All noticeiof Ihod.iloof public tini-oliiiKi  rm llio election -or (Ii-IokiiIo- to iioiiiiiiiiIiiik  convuntioii-,   the   iippoitionini'iil or. iIcIck.iIus,  and lhe place anilMuteor   nml ili"K  eonw'ii-  liom in icwir.il electoral dutncis shall   he pio-  oared oy the  iiiuinhcr of llio executive ol   the  /lniiic i mIiii.li tlio eleeioral disliicli .iiosil-  n.ile iind l-siicd over the mimeiof the pieiidcnl  und secretary or tho  t'loviiieial  C'oiioeivaln o  Ai-UClHllOll.  The Slater Shoe trademark is practically a quarter'million  ,iar guarantee behind every pair of " Slater Shoes/'  ���������because measured, in cold commercial parlance that is the  ' value of' the modest little'mark by which/'Slater Shoes" are  identified.' .,   , " , -  '  '    ���������    The, Slater Shoe makers have the sole'and exclusive right  to use any combination of words containing'the word "Slater"  as applied to shoes and this, right is duly set forth in imposing  ��������� looking   legal   documents with 'large   red   seals ;,and   much  vcrmillion tape,    , _      ' ���������.  ii    ���������but the exact wording to be found on a genuine " Slater  Shoe" are the three words "The Slater Shoe" in a slate frame���������  ���������   no'initials, no other words, no marks cf any kind/ , -,   '  This particular and, precise form of words is rigidly adhered  to by the makers of the genuine.''Slater Shoe" to enable the  wearer, to easilyf'identify the real "Slater," though the makers  Jiave'rthe   exclusive - right to use; the word "Slater" with or  * without other words.       _,    *      * _'  ''���������''.'   '���������  And to/yoii that identification mark," The Slater Shoe,"  ��������� has'a protective value which no other shoe without these precise,  words can have,���������'-'   '���������     <    *    ' ' [rf     *    ,r\,  .    ���������  /"���������because behind'it is the commercial value-of a trademark  worth $250,000.00 in cold cash.    ���������*';'''      ,"      / ���������      '���������'  ���������'and beit remembered that'the value of a trademark is  " measured exactly by its ability to command trade, -      " ' <-r   '���������  ��������� ,     ���������because no matter how.popular a trademark may be or  how skilfully or largely it may,be.advertised.  '      "*���������;,,  . ��������� 'it'could' be robbed of'its. value- in -one short-season by,  inferior goods made and sold under it,' -,  ' ,- *-. ,- -y. \   .'-_ 'yr  -   '���������'and do you think the ".Slater',Shoe" makers'who-1 have'  -for so.many years,'been building tip - this/valuable'., trademark'  ' would entertain any thrce-cent-saving proposition'to" skimp the ���������  ' unseen" vitals of a shoe,in which so valuable an asset as a'quarter  million dollar trademark is V"vy.*>cd.up.?/ ' ���������''      ' "  ,     'Not;likelyisit*?,s'.   '    b ,(V     -   \\'*'l>  '".,/���������".,   "   ,'  Made-in,Canada.40 years. /Goodyear jwelted^   v  For-men ,$4.00 and $5.50.   For wonicn $3.50 and ^$5.00,  A meetiiu-orihe piownciiil executno vwll  bo  held nt Vmiiouier within a month, and tlie (Into  for holdiiiK district noniiniitiiiBCOiiw'iilions \\ ill  thoubollxed. JOHN JIOUblON,.     .  Prosidcnlof tho Provincinl  CoilSOIMlllVO AtoOCI.ltlOU.  Ncl-on, JunoSth, lOttJ  Kootenay LoUg-e  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  tfit- ,. ��������� _  '   Theregiiliii'iiici'linh'-i   ^.        "io held in tlio JI.iv  i-Vfv   jy\      onie Temple. Hoin no  ^^^sMMi^k^^=^lanA\\.y   in   ouch  -������y^i?i>~.~c;^Y^;:^T")"''*1 "i*   ^ i1-  m'  *--*-,<L-"d3J.^sJri'"   VisitniK   hi'Cthi'en  -"-^���������=-^r������=^- coidmllj woleoincd.  .    It. GORDON*  Si.CKi.'i'.utv.  013  Agents  C.B. HUME & CO.. l  IMITED,  Revelstoke, B.C.  Halcyon Hot Springs  +Sa n it a riu m.  T  to it ihorc   i^   ;i  th.'  fortune  in   Iinn.ilinfr  nice   until  lion-c li.is  AVe liopu to --ec; the c'uction uliicii  i'b ttlioiit in t.ikc jil.'ice condiicttjd in  it clean mainicr ,-o fai a.- ({(jvi-l.-tokc*  ritlniL' if (onccriii'd. 'J'ho sliiiuicr-  inj: of caiuJiiiiiti*- i- iimuntliy of  luanfiooil. iiiiil wu lio|)(. no .'itttinpt  will lit' :ii,i(iu to uiirluly influence  any \ot'*r ov liriheiy or otlieruise.  So far a.- wo aie colicurnod \\<i .sliaJ]  endeavor to ^i\c fair report.-, of  election iiieetiiit.'-. and to promote a  fair .ind iiononilile campaign.    Woi  P.  for  nom-  ���������uriy  POLITICS.  ���������fudge W.ilkem is   willing to run for  Carilioo.  K. C. .Smith,   fortnnrly   .\r. 1'  fioiitli-Kiist Kooteiiny, is   liher.il  | nice foi I'li inc.  j     A i-eclicin   of  the coii'-ci v.itivt  .it   Xclson     Im-      p.-is-cd    rcsolntioiiH  stioii-,'!1, condi'iuiiing  ./ohn   Houston,  the Con-cu.itne nominee.  Th'j   coiisr'rviitive     con ven tion     to  select it ciiiditliito   to   rejuesfnt   (lie  p.utyin eominrr election for Itevel-  stoko iiding met. Satnidny sit, .Selkirk  Jliill. T Tn\lor und A. Johnson were  noininiited. .Sixteen Imllots weie cost  for Mr. Taylor and eleven for Mi. I  Johnson, i\Ir. Tiiyloi thus heing de-  cl,ued the ciindidate.    Mr. Taylor was '  ���������.v.itor.  been built. <  A new section liou>e is receiving tlie  finwtiing totiches. Jt will ho occupied  by I). .Mulroney.  Tdeic me .some pretty lioiincs nnd  i".iiiii������ at the Canyon. Fred J''onest  lias one of the finest.*! raw berry patches  to lie found in the district, nnd'rent  out amongst his fiiunds about -150 lb"  of btr.iwberries this seafion. Ife hn*>  ulsO a nice (lower gaiden. Mr. Torre-1  is to highly pleased with his .stran-  Ix-ii-y culture that he proposes planting out tince acres with a view to sup-  plyimr the late market, th" Albert  C.inyon crop being later than in the  vicinity of Rcvols-toko.  Chamberlain's  lemedies.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets every Tnesdny  cvoniiiK in Selkirk  Kali nt 8 o'clock.  Vi-iting bielluon car-  dially invited to .attend.  .  J. OUTriKTl*. .V. G.  .!. Jt.\TJWK. Six*.  H. B.  STONEX,  AND   GUNSMITH,  Opposite Central Hotel.  ..title and   Cii-nci.il M.ieliin  I'lomptly   KxcL-iiri-d',  Hcvelsloke.  Win k  11112 MEDICAID AVATKUS of Halcyon aie the most curat ive in ihe  woilrl. ,A perfect, nnLiii.il leniedy for  sill Neivous and jMusciiliii* disease"*!,  Liver, Kidney and Sloniaoh ailinenl.s  and Metallic Poi������oninjr. A bun1 cure  for "That Tued l-'eeliiij,'." Spcunl  rates on all tioats and trains. Two  niailfl, .ii i ive and dcpniL every day.  Tclegiaph coiiinnmieal ion with aii  pints ot ihi'j woikl. An expeiienced  inassiingei'. ���������  Halcyon Hot Springs  A.rroU> LaRc, "B, C.  T  T  T-  4*  I  4*  ������#������  4*  BARGAINS!     BARGAINS!    J  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.^  wilirolfer our Stock- of  SUMiMBK GOODS at co.sl.  ..ijl.---.23  .|-(]ii:ii*L Ice Cream freezers, was. $ 1.30, reduced lo   :j(|iiiu*l, IceOieaui Viee/.et'.s, was SJJ^.OO, reduced to %'i 01)   .   '  v     2-btii ner Oil Stoves, was $.'J.OO, ri'duced to  .$2 00 -  Jmui'tier Oil Si ove.s, was $1.00, red need lo '     73c  1 set T.ibltTScreens, was 70c, reduced In ' '.     30c'  . s*  As well as tlnj'above we are belling eveiyiliiiiK in this   line  nl. if's-l,  such ns Spiiuklers, Sprays, Hose, lee Picks Bellows1, etc. '.' (  Ih' sure and avail youiselt ol this upiiorttinity.  Trademarks  and Copyrights  \ohl.iined in nil eouiitiics.  DATENTS  ��������� K   \oli(.n.mccl in (ill c  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mceli.iiiicnl     Knciiiccr    nnd     DiiiiiKht.siin'ii,  n.uik  or  IJ. NT. A. Unildiiifs; HiisLinus SLieol.  '   VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  Iiostftiul will seeiii'o an evening nppoint  iiienl for those )\ho cm not call (lining llio day  4*'  W.   M.   LAWRENCE  Taylor block, Mackenzie Avenue, > -  -r ��������� ���������- r    *  l-'Olt   I1A 111) WA I! K  OP ALL KINDS.  IIISVELSTOICR, H.C  Coponation, Hotel,  Camborne,  Jt. SJILTtr,  1'iopi ielor  f'irst Class  Accommodation   for   Travelle  rs.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  ''or Coughs, Colds, Croup and Wboop-  i::���������r Cou^li    I'ricc 25 cents; large si/.c 50c.  Chamberlain's   Colic, Cholera'  and Diarrhoea Remedy.  I;or Iiowcl Complaints.    Price 35 cents.  Chamberlain's Pain  Balm.  An antiseptic Jir.nncnt especially valtia-  1)1 e for Cuts, T'.rinscs, Sprainsand Rhciim.i-  Ciyn     I'rice 25 cents; large si/e 50 cents.  and  Chamberlain's Stomach  Liver Tablets.  For   Disorders of the Stomach, Liver  and Ilowcls.    I'ricc 25 cents.  R  HOWSON & CO.,  Furniture Dealers, House Furnishers and Undertakers  ' It has become generally known, that Wilson Meads in-fine  Tailoring. Our New York training gives us the know-how ol  doiii" the work.   " . .  .See our display of Trousering's for the trousers season.  Union made  Fashionable  Tailor.  MolCUNZtK AVNNUIS,  NRXT TAYLOH IJLOCK.  mes  A\ t  ������r r  JU-.I opened iii������*  rpcts in the eiiy.  .ir-rcM  slot*  Linoleums, Hugs, Toilet Ware and lleiieral House  Furnishings  McKknzik A\ i:.nci:.  Jtr-'VKLSTOKI';.  Every one of these preparations  is guaranteed and if not fully satisfactory to the purchaser the  monev will he refunded.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  LIMITED.  MINING BROKERS AND FISCAL AGENTS.  MINES  AND   MINING  INVESTMENTS  Wc liirnisli i(.|Kii't.s oi) .-ill kinds of iiit>l.illil'i.jtoiis inincb nnd  I .invest (|iiol nl ions on listed iiinl unlisted mining stocks.  |)i ospeds  OKKKJIAIi HHOKICIty FOIM'IIK  Calumet & British Columbia Gold Mines Ltd  NON-FHKSONAL LIAIMLITY.   (liVA MINE.)  UUI.UTII, Jliim.  OALUMI5T, Mich  OIIIUAGO, 111  NELSON, li. C.  CAM MO It Nil;, li. (J.  Head Office, Abattoir and ,Cold Storage:  -^^ssa^Calgary, Alberta  The  l)L'ht Doll.ir ;i D.ty  111 the town."  DAVIS ORK, PropriMm*.  IIfiuv He.st  iJi'.-inds of Winut., SpiriLb  unci Uigdis. KOOTENAY MAIL' SU?PLEMENT---Aii^. 22.  STEWART CASE.  ������������������>'  Magisterial Investigation��������� Charge  'Vi,  *-;<-.!  Against E. Dupont Dismissed.  The magisterial  investigation  into  the denth of Fied Stowart was opened  ' befoie Fred Frascr, S M , on Monday  J. M Scott for tho ciown, "nnd G S.  McCarter for E Dupont       t |#  ' Mr. Scott said the coioner'srinquis-  ltion'laid no chaigc against anyone.  On that ho mstiucted the coioner he  could not issue any currants Ho hud  dono so, and acted contrary to 'his  advice i" Tho accused should'., be discharged. Tlio coionor instead of giving depositions to niagistiitto hud sent  them to 'attorney-general,, and / he  'wanjed them hoie. Dr Giuliani was  also'away.    As to  tho   cases   against  t Timmins and'Peiks, the fci own hud  nothing to'do with thorn ,        -    " ^  , Mi McCartoi took tho samo position  as Mi Scott1 On the 'voidict of tlie  jury no offencc^was committed Mis-  advonturo.wus an answer to tho chnigo.  i Tf there weie n judge hero theie would  bo no difficulty! in getting^ these men  lelcabcd ^under habeas-'corpus Y He  asked they be dischuigcd    * *���������   i  1 'His Worship said he would order rc-  lcaso of Tininuns ancl Perks as requested by ciown prosecutoi * ,,.,, i'.,,. L \ '  E Dupont was then chaiged o'n the  ltiformation'of Constuble Uppei with  killing ono Fred Stewart by'stiiking  him on1 the head       "  " r i  Mr Scott asked'adjoiimnient.^   i(  Mr jMcCarter urged   the   examination be not postponed   >']  .    Case adjourned till Wednesday.  ������ x     ~ ,wedxesday's,,hfaking'      , r  On honing being  resumed Wcdncs-  i     day, Police Inspectoi Bullock-Webster  watched case on behalf of police   .The  ' ' court loom was^crowded.'' f   '   <      i������  ���������   Mr Scott,'for1 the1 crown, applied'to,  -, * amend ^ the   lnfoiination , against   E  * Dupont by having the 1word������"inurder"  ( substituted for'theAvoids "unlawfully  1  I ,11 li *��������� * ' "  '"'.I     *.     ������"  Kill -+^^it lu  _"    Dr ''Cross said    'Am   district   cor-  1 onei     On Aug'113th went tto'Climax  Hotel when fSeut'for    Dupont said he  thought itvan e\tiaordinaiy aftair���������and  ( r placed jinu there^wlnleidiunk *>Con-  1 ^ sider from post tnoitem deceased wus  *-j dead four or ������five  hours, and died suddenly, say withintlmlf hour of sustain^  ing violence    7"  ./' ,<������������������  \      ' ,L  (, rl;'Re-examined by Mi  Scott Y/ bavvno  *fr  blood Vm hands,"..but*blood on 'nose,  * /barrel and floor  '^-ji,,, Vj���������, W''J    \  "f Witnesses' here orde'ied out of courtroom i   t '  + <������'*������������    i     a^Jn"^   i. ~   >    -  VHS Timmins gave e\idencesunilai  '   to   that   at   inquest.   'Nev'erf struck  'deceaseel  nor'saw  anjone else stnlie  s ���������him  ������ After leaving'house at 8 30 a ni  did   not   see   Dupontlagain' ^ill   at  ' Brock's   house,   when    he *. told   nie  j   Stew art'had died sitting  in the chair  ������   He also said they w ere after me iindjl  fiad better give mvself up^   Had two  rings and gave,them rto [Perks foi ba'fe  skeeping 'before w'e1 staite'd \vrestling  Perks drew attention to the nngs, le-  marking whatVaT-mce diamond ,1 had,  and told* me  to' be careful/not to lose  them. TI told him they were not mine  and slipped them  oft, anil gave them  to Perks to take'core of   Saw no blood  or injuries on deceased    Nose was not  then broken.   iHis JfacejYappeared <,all  right      Heard f no    conversation   or  sound whatever betweerijDupont and  \   deceased in back room   When Dupont  returned he was a little excited    The  *.   diamond ring belonged to my wife and'  '   the big'ring to Fleishman* "���������> lt    *. i>~������  1     Mr McCarter drew attention  to a  cut on knuckle of witness's right hand,  and "witness replied  that "was caused  since he was locked up  by running a  sliver in it  J. V Peiks gave similar evidence to  inquest, with following additions:  Tinimnis gave me his rings foi safe  keep a few, minutes before, leaving^ar  but, dont know whether anyone was  piesent Stewartr did,,n6t see them  Kemaiked to Timmins one had a nice  stone in it. Put rings in, envelope  maikcd "for safe keeping" and placed  them in cash register.'(Saw,, no blood  on deceased's hands or clothes, or on  bin ltcmarkcd'"it would 'bo a shock  to Tun when he heaid this man was  dead", Did not see/fimmiiis stnke  deceased    ,     , j      ,������ ,    ��������� '"  To Mr. McCaitfi ^ My back was to  them'when they weie ^uo-tliiig and  did not seo it,,but hcald tfalls i Am  positive ns to seeing blood on deoqased's  faco after second falh illodid not appeal dii/ed It was Yi tisintl (thing to  place a man in that loom to sobei tip  When thoio was no gainoigoing on tlio  doois of tho uatd-ioom were opon If  there hud been any distill banco be-  Iweon deceased and Dupont would  liiuo heaid it When Tininiins handed  over the lings^tewart was not piesent/  having boon put in <the buck iooiii,to  sleep Tho fact of; tho mi\-up in tho  bai caused me to leinaika "Tim would  bu soiry wlion he heaid of Stewait's  dentil"   -j        ,tJ-$ f f ,   ^  s ThoYcou^t ndjouihed till 7 p'm ' ->  tOircouit lesuming Di Cipss and  Constahle Uppei guve evidence-they  eMiimned Tiniiriin's hand befoie the  inquest und'thc cut now_,6n,-it was not  theie then ^ -v -> *  Dr. Giuliani gave sa*ne  evidence as  at inquest:   '      .,   * 'r,   j '  -.To Mi MoCai'tei ��������� SA" nng with a  shaip edge as a stone oi diamond  would bo moie likclj to cause the m-  juiy1"^ The v7 opal nng ^'pioduced  (Tunniuis's) wus not likelj, to* cause  the injui'y The iing'<Hith the stone  (Dtip'ont's) wus likely to cause,it' "The  nng with buckle^(Timmins's) was'the  most likely of the/thiee to cause it  Would con'sidei it^^strange if a ^man  l'eceiviiig ,thatJ blow weie conscious  afterwards '<        '*'' '   " k  'J       JH       r .   ' I,  -.,.,,'     >   111b  DI.1EN0L   if  i\In mswer to hiSifwoiship ,Mr Mc-  Caitei said "he ^-proposed' calling'evidence, foi defence u ,y*i ' v >  i Chailes Seifeit said ?Was in Climax  Hoteron morning of 13th   ;Saw/������ini  whs ' instantaneous Could' not nay  whether injuries were vsufhcient to  cause death  E Dupont gave similar evidence to  that at investigation It waa^usual1  thing to1 set men in back idoin^ to  sober up and had taken do/ens', fiom  billiard room, bedrooms' and biir and  put them 'there Whenf taking drink  with Timmins he wore ring similar toj  that produced. Told him it was flashy  ring and he took it oft and handed >it  to me  ,        * j j  ; To Mr Scott .Did ,not(I8eo Seifort'  when I camo down stairs" Will qualify'  statement at inquest' that"I passed  back room several times and saw de-  'ceased there by saying I saw him once  between 9 Mind 10.o'clock. Went to  Block's and told Tim nuns Stewuit was  ,dead and he bettor give lunisolf up ,  Mi McCartoi addressed'tho court,  contending a conviction could not bo  secuied against >Dui>ont on Hie evidence. The only thing against him *  wasjhc put(tho man in the ohnu He  was, as they all knew, not the man to  use violonco ' The coioner's theory  wa's the man resisted and that Dupont  hit him 'Peiksand Timmins agreed  nt a distilibance^took placo in tho room -,  thev, would rhavo .heaid'it /Seifeit's  evidence was he saw blood on Stewart's  face aftcr,a,blow stiuck^him by Tim-  ninis'' Why/did Timmins leave the'  rings with Pei ks'',^  if' *" '',"*���������*   "  Mi   Scott'su id *on   Seifert tho w liole,,'  defoiiLcsicsted, but'it** was ii matter foi  ajuiy to weigh  the evidence-' There1  was no doubt on the medical testimony/  death was immediate, and he contended Seifert was notitelling the tiuth titll  His^W.orshipjdid  not sec anythingr  in,the evidence   to .warrant*him   in;  sending Dupont for trial, and disnns'sed  t.h*. <7,i������p s iir t ���������      L  t 4  ^ .  j,- -  the case  l"*  )  NEW BUILDINGS:  n*fiiir*n",'*li    *���������   * u    l *" '    ,*<       / >VlV"*  ^    McCarthj ��������� r has ^ secured   I the  Y������t. fnr n.tt.prn'f-.inTis    I.n P^ Rr.ivnn'c  t<       )������  .������ f<i  mmsiai'd Stewart betoie bai andPeiks  behind it 'Timmins and Stewai t were  talking tight j Went to^frono ,'door  for nimutei oi i"two , Heaid' tall ''Returned and saw Stewai t on flooi Timmins biought' him i to* hisr fee't and  pulled him nn'tiont^of-bar i to treat  Stewart felt in 'pockets and hud no  money when rTim nm strucksihnn  with left/nmdi in .face and knocked  hini down mTimmins 'helpedt raise  him jAs I1* went to Jbreakfast baw  Dupont come d( vvnstuns and , go into  bar When , Stewart was picked ������up  second time theie i was. blood on,tace  Noticed Timmins waning rings, one a j  big band iuigiwith buckle ' Saw^this  ring on-'Timmins about two months  ago, and he always had it on i After  breakf ist was going through card-room  to blacken boots when saw, Stewart  sitting on chaiiu and wiping face with  handkeichief which was saturated with  blood ��������� 'I'oor was closed and I*opened  it fClosed^ it again iand wei.t away.  Knew of inquest-, but did not tell anyone what I saw as 'I did not wish^to  get tangled up iu this kindof jackpot .  Did not know'" whether ^Timmins had  (The  to P/Bowen.'s,  1-"^ *.4>5W \{  rings on when he struck Stewart  doctor w'as w'rong if 'he^said the blow  caused immediate death   '    >        ���������  C Dr   Sutherland ''said1* 'Heard (jDr.  .Graham's1 evidence but1., do jnot-,agree  with his opinions , From "post mortem  it seemed as if,,unconsciousness im/  x   _..^      ��������� D.������������������...  merd^ately. followed' the "* injury, ".arfd J, will have a bay window and a verandah  death was sudden but could not say it | will also be provided  contiact'for alterations  house. ��������� c -. , '*���������' is ������������������ j,.  s T. Steed- has neaily (completedfhis  store, building on Fiont street and will  open shortly ������ , , , ', ,2,, l ),-yi x^'y ,  t (The building committee of the'Pres-  bvte~rian/ church have pui chased the'  lots on'Tlurd stieot east of the church  and a manse of about 10 looms will be  erected thereon 1 '        ,    '���������fl ' , ,   ^ ,  iVJ A  Fopte has  completed F (H   .  Young'sr residence"on  Fourtht'stieef  It is 20x26 ft   and r two1'sto'reys'high  It 'contaiiis^hve' robin's-'a'nd  kitchen  12\16 ft added"-There ls'-a* veiandahY,  all'round"   r     M^:1' > > ,J .? <-rzs*r  W*- A   Foote has.about -.completed  his contiact'for 'E Jackson's house on "  McKen/ie^avenue \ .The 'building Yis  'two storejs' high,  24 ft ,sqiiaie^with  kitclien^l^xlC ft added   *It has also a^"  b.ith-robni and cellar "/  ( "V \ *     ���������*  t, D  McCarthy has  the contract forlr"  10 room house on Thndwstieet foi W  Snydei     ItjbjVeij   complete, 'being  fitted" with'   furnace   .uid   untli'ioom".  The ouildmg is 22x30 ft .with basement full size of building  Y" "      "   "'  The conttact has been let to W. A  Foote for a lesulence, on First street  for Stuart, McDonald t It uvill, be .  20x24 ft, and two stoieys high' The  building is of, neat design with,vei-/  andah all round The plan provides  for five rooms with bath-ioom, pantry  and kitchen r ,'      ,  The ho'use being erected by ,W. A  Foote for E. lIosciopY on First stieet,  is of ������i design unique in the city _It  .contains ^diawing-room 1 14x15 ��������� ft', 1  dining-room .11x15 ft,'kitchen lOxlO3,  ft ,>with two -bed-rooniSi upstairs 9x15  ft and 11x12 It. i respectively tThJe  bath-room is 13x15 ft. *. 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Co. .Ltd,,  f^faTObin'teclYJage^^  :^MiilieSlargeStf?<^  ���������;4f,.isl;i7'y;te;.'  Y5YKYY  Y4#Y'S  '.'^!;r.''.KY-(-.^C^vw.V'i''''''4-:i^^  -i^l^^S'K'l/.W-Mt^YS'i;  v;jftii  '.:������i^>RjjXJi;'?  ������YfefM^  kk  MM  'S wheats ;K( ,0  J ' "!  X   'f  ';.8  /*  '  ������' **' r.  Ij I      J     I  i   " '    <! 'I  THJB KOOTElSrAY:MAIL  THE 'BIG &BJV7).  Progress  in  Lumbering,   Placer and   Lode  Mining, and 'Ranching.  h  (Continued From Liibt Jfe&uo)  MIXING   Of  .VI.I.UVUI.  GOLD.  i   . \ j  Tlio piincipal nllnvi.il gold field  in tlio Jjig Bend covers a space of  80 s-quare miles, extending between  Smith to French creeks, and back  to head of Ground 'Jlog Basin.  Placer gold hiis been worked.from  ..Revelstoke to Bigmouth creek, and  consideiahlc gold was got in Carnos  creek. The area lbferredi to, however, coveis the alluvial area of the  Big 'Bc'nd'iis we know.it today.  Smith cam]), Gold, McCullough'ancl  French creeks vveic^vorked, but  -  'KM'xch cui:i:ic  yielded tho largest amount of gold,  $7,000 being taken out'there on the  -, (ii*--t day of Hhc strike, and one  specimen in which quartz and gold  .were about equally intermixed vva&  v.. hied at $350. The p.iy on French  creek ran as much ns $152'to the  pun. , One party ''of five took out  $1S,000 in 1;'fivc weeks. '.Largo  ii mounts of gold were taken out of  iWcCiillbtigh and" Smith creeks. ]t  is unfortunate1 theie  is  no reliable  ''letord to be 'had of the total gold  yield of the.������e cieekb. The late Sir  G.   M."  Dawson   inadc   particular  ruff oris lo'get reliable infoiinalion  unci tells u-. French"creek 'yielded  $32,000  in   1S65,  and   $100,000 in  '1S6G, and the ground'paid as much:  as tweive ounce- per inan'pcr day.  One nugget worth $253 was found.  The mouth' of the creek is deep  ground which h.is1 never been'bottomed.    G'. iM.-Spio.it,  when ���������gov-  i<*inni(*nl agent - here, reported that  Fiench   creek  and   its   Iii butanes  covered 26' miles of mining ground.  is u  M'CIJI.I.OL'CII  ~llOlt  creek," about  in length, li^ln, in   the'hc.irt of-the  ciii*i:k  four  miles  *)  gold belt This cieek is .stated by  D.iwhoji to have yielded- $100,000  in 1SS0. It pioduced as,much a?u  $100 Tiei man per d.tv. "    '  dowmi: ci!i:i:K  ny the' same  aiithoiily  is staled by the same atithoiity to  have given good pay in 1867, at a  ' point eight or ten miles Hi oin the  month,, near, wheic J. C. .Montgomery  found'an   old   Canoc'l.ist  vo.ir. '   '" -a *.  ���������'       - .        .'  , oauxls ciii:i:K.  <       n.-'w-dn .says  this  cieek yielded'  $15 ji dav, ancl that/in late as 1SS6  $S to $10 a"man was made  * .smith ci>'i:i:ic.    " i  v   Dawson   savs  $2 * lo   $11.20 per  nmn ]ier dav was  made' as   late a.s  ,J isst).:./; / ,.*--. *Jt;      '  - y  ���������   * "-'- *i*bunij:-c-hi"j:k, ,  piobably what is' known as Eiglit-  Y'Mile,'above Smith cicek, is repoited  J.v   the   oamc-i.'uithoiity   Jo   have  vn-ldud $S pci da.*i per man.,  I'liCM'IXTa  AULA I). '  Gold is being got on nearly all  these creeks today and theie is  icason lo believe that, with modern  appliances, much of the ground  could be got to pay. ' It is admitted  the old-timers woiked these creeks  pietty' thoiotmbly, but anything  'gning under $20 pei man per day'  they abandoned its non-payable.  Xels Demaisj of  Nakusp, who was  " one of the pioneers of the Bend,  sa.vs theic'is plenty of alluvial  giound in that section which, in  these diiv's of improved tian&port-  ation would pay well lo work.  Coldstream is known to carry  gold but the tioublo j& to handle  the large body of water. It would  be worth while to consider schemes  ot diverting the stieam back to its  old channel if on investigation that  would give sufficient fall to chain it.  The Columbia river must have  acted as a great  ground   sluice for  "all that section, and its bais ought  to cairy a gooci deal' of line gold.'  The pio-pects of the jiver fordtedging purposes should be investigated.  It" the channel is nn! Idled with  heavy 'bouldeis it aupeais theie  must be payable drecfgmg ground  there, and there, ceitainly must be  hydiaulic giound at Carues cieek,  Smith cieek, Camp creek, McCullough ancl Fiench creek*-. There  must be immense wealth at the  mouths of French and MfiGulIoujih  of Camp  creek 'and   the Columbia  river he  holds'the gold  found on  the Chicago No. 2 was derived from  Camp creek, and   that   the  wash  found there is  Camp  cicek wash.  Ou' the other hand   there are those  who hold   the Chicago No. 2 is the  remains of tho   north   arm of  the  glacier'which once  extended down  Smith creek to the Columbia river.  Other  experienced   miners -besides  Raymond'hold   Camp  cicek must  be rich, and'while  gold   has   been  found below the prc-ent  canyon it  is pointed 'out   this   constitutes a  rccent,change of  the course of the  stream, and'it was  expected  rich  ground would be found  abovcthe  canyon.    Efforts" have  been  made  to bottom that ground   by sinking  shafts ' but   the<  men   have   been  driven out by the rush  of  "nlwin"  which evidently fills the upper part  of 'the channel.    Raymond's  ideas  are of course theories", but  they aie  bold in conception, and   possible of  realisation.    Working   winter  and  summer  for  five  jears  alone ancl  single-handed ho* put in a ditch to  bring water from Camp creek on to  his ground willi a   view to prying  his theoiies.   "In this way he found  'what he  believes   lo ,bo" the north  and south rims of   the old channel,  and he proved   tho, ground   to   be  gold-bearing,  getting   gold   everywhere,'though not in paying.quantities. -Up to date he has taken out  22 ozs. of gold, the  ground  getting  better as he'" gets   towards what'ho  believes' to be the old channel... The  surfaco gravel is-- undoubledlynCol-  unibia 'liver   wash, < cairying" fine  ll.tkey gold. 'The lower  stratum of  gravel is diffoient, looks1 for,certain  once/and in a do/en other ways his  camp iind mine are a wonder of  ingenuity and industry. The camp  is known as "llla-hi."  (To bu continued.)  MICA~  ,  Fortunes In Mining It.  Very Remarkable  Cure  rhoea.  of Diar-  to be Camp creek wash, and'uarrie^  coaisc gold. "Gold has been proved  over a width of 1,500'feet. Four  test* pits have been put down. The  first gave 2 o/s. gold, tho 'second S  ozs., the third 174 oys , ,,the order  being tow.uds the supposed 'old  channel and showing1the'ground  getting rapidly licher as it is,tested  in that diiection.. N,o. ���������] test-pit is  at' what is believed to' be the  northern rim,   ancl   gavc^as  might  Kxpeiience has shown that stocks  based upon indiistii.il cntoiprise- have  never been equalled for a substantial  money makint; investment. Away  back in 1803 a mica mine was dia-  covcied in tho state of New Ilampshiic,  the'stock of which was very soon  owncd'by a few families who all became  wealthy fiom the dividend*, and the  foundation of many of", our eastern  iiiillioiiaiics was laid by it.' Last year  the stock paid over 800 per cent, in  dividends This statement may seem  to be rexaggerated' but when it is  l'eali/.ed' that the ^United States, is  compelled to import 80 per cent, of  what is used in tins countiy,on which  theie is a duty of $210 ,i ton specific,  and 20 per cent, tid valorem was paid,  it can lendily be seen how such cn-  oi moiis cliv iclcnds can ! e paid.  ''India produce^ about one half of  the woi Ids supply. The United States  and, Car.tida about cine-fourtli eacli;  yet the Unitcd'Stntcs consumes W.ic  than onc-liiilf of the woi Id's piotluction.  so far docs the supply oft mien run  slioit of the deniiinc^tliat ocery. ounce  is utili/'cd. The piice of sheet mien  ranges fiom S5c to $l.'i per pound,'or  from $1,700 to' $29,000 per ton, nccoid-  ing to its hi/.e a iu! purity. f '  .' Iilccti'iciniisMiuist have nn' article  that is an absolute non-conductor,  and vvill at the siiinc time withstand  | gic.itTic.it. 'iWic.i is tlii-i aiticle,* and  I theie is nothing "just,is good.'-' j Enormous quantities aie used in'Stiect  eai'Avoik. .Mict boaids, lamp-sockets,  lightning ancteis, diapliiagnis for  tiiiiisinitteis and iccciveis; lining for  buildings and packing foi safes. *In  all insulating compounds 'it is the  basis Powdeied mica 'mixed' with  nitio-glycprine doubles the po'wer even  of this high cx-pkiMve, and' lenders it  less dangcious to handle. Jtis indispensable ' in coniiiiut.iloi segments,  also' in ciicnl.tr loom .and fleece duct  woik. iThc.itics must have it for then*,  trai.sfoi meis and dimmcis, beside  thousands of otlici things loo ntimei  ons to inciitioi-. i, .  "About six ve.il'-> ago ��������� foi   llic   first  time in my life I   bad   ii   sudden   and  seven- attack of diarrhoea,'' says Mis,  Alice Millci,   of   Mnigan,   'JVx'n*..   '*[  got temporary ivlicl, lint it ciiinc ban  again nnd again, nnd for six lung yen) -.  I have MitToed more misery and agony  tluin I cnii   tell.  'Jt   was   worse   thnii  di'iitli.    My husband   spent   limidii-ds  of dollars tor pliysieians' pit^ciipl.ion.s  .itid tiendiicnl, vvillioiit avail.   Jfiimlly  wc moved lo Mosque (ounly, our present Ikiiiic, mid one day I happened' lo  see an ndvei'liseini'iil, of (Jliiiiiilieilain.s  Coin-, Cholera anr' Dim i hoca  lii-iiiedy  with a testimonial ol a man   who   had  been cured   by     il.    TIk-eiuse,   was   so  similar to my own   that   I   concluded  to try lhe remedy. Vl'lie     ii-sult   was  wonderful.    I   could -  baldly    realize  that I wus well again, or believe itcould  lie so alter  having   MilVered 'so   long,  but that one liqllle of medicine,    costing but a few cents,   cui;ed-me."   For  sale liy al! di uggists. s   ' f  GRAZING REGULATIONS  i ; , '  For Manitoba, the  Northwest  Territories and the Railway Belt in  British Columbia.  agiccd to subscribe $2,000 in aid of the  building fund, and it is now* intended  to paint the building, eicct a voiandah  and instal an x-iay machine, towaids  which \V. li. I'ool has kindly piomi'ed  a contribution of $;")0. Theie aie four  beds'in the main wind down-stans,  and two piivate wauls furnished tip-  staiis. An operating loonVand tabic,  and a mateinity wait! liic also pio-  vie'ed. The institution has hot and  cold wntei laid on. Aiiangcinents .ue  being made lo lix up-the grounds.  As showing the usefulness of the institution, thoic were (i.'3 days ticatnient  for tlio first month the "hospital was  opened and 58 days-treatment foi tho  second month. ,Tho hospital is excellently conducted under nn pei v ision of  Dr. Xowcombo, and Xuiso JSdwaids,  formeily of Itcvclstoko, is'miitinn.'.  Luisuh roi'Kiii/.iii(,']iiii|innCh ruulrisiiLd for n  Ipnii of Iwonl-j'-oiio jciiiH, nnd Uiu iditiil Ih nl  Llic iiiloof two conlHiin acio jior annum, payable half j-wu-lv In iirlwinco. '  ��������� Liuidh niLltidcil In a Kin/In^ lonsu miiy bo  wltlirlnuMi for hoinusluiiil mitiy, s.ila or ruil-  wiiy iiuiposos, but no lontul In oIiiukuiI on such  limiH fiom tliiMlnto upon which tlioy ui-o with-  (Iiaun fiom llio Iciihu.   .  A Iosco of Kiii'/lni; lands Is not onllllcd lo llic  Iinv llicicon, but ho may, upon npiiliuitlon to  I io iikciiI of Dominion JjiikIh, olilain onoli join  llio last jiciniit to Mil, on li Ih IciiHchold what-  i.\a\ riiiiinlity of liny ho nuiy iciiuliu for hin  'own in,o, ficoof ilno-, tlicduiiiiilinciitioscivlDK  llio i Ik aio iHniKi peiinilH In other iinpllcnnlH  vVjiplluilloiiH foi kiii'Iiik lon>.cs Hliould be  iimdo lo tlioSecicliuy, DopaiLinunl, of the Jn  lonoi, Ottuwii.  I'. O. KKYES,  'ScLiclmy, Dopulinciil of the Intorlo'i*.'  Life is short.  ( (���������  One third of your life i.s, spent  in'bed, supposedly,in perfect repose, sweet, healthy, beneficial  restful sleep���������a balmy relaxation  from every care. >  , Do you spend it so?  If not'write to  WBILER BROS.,  - iJ.   V'CTORIA, B. C, ,  for an  Ostermoor.     All sizes in  stock.    Price   for  the ,/ull   size,  $15,00 net cash.'1  OSTERMOOR  PATENT   ELASTIC   FELT  MATTRESS  ik  Sisoo  $15.00  ,Vk  First Cost U Last Co3t and Only Cost  TIIMIIE]  S. S.   "Archer"  TABLE  or S. S.   " Lardeau:  ST.-HELEN'S "HALL;  .     '    \  Portland, Oregon, ��������� ������  Classes in ,Art  and , Elocution, Form  ,   Wednesday, "Oct. 1st.  )     r r I       ' '    - " -  Ait under I1k> din-clion ,nf ' Jli-t,  Gcorgiif.i lim 11^, A11, Sliiili-nt'.- Lc'ifjnp  New Yink. Monition, Mit.s JSilu-1  Weill) nl r.iindufirii'iittl.riKl.  Citi'iilm.- tl [Kin .i|)|)lic.il,irni to  ������   '   ftlisis Jir.CANdiV'J'ililii/j'is, ��������� y  ������������������     _" k'    PlilK l|l!l'.  l.'iiiinliiK botwoen Aii'owlieud, , TlioniTOn'r  I.iiiiiliiiK-iini Connipllv, coinnieneini,' Oel. II1I1,  Itllll  ������ill -nil iisfolIovvH(w(.|itliei-poiinittlii|{l;  J.'iivo .Viiuwheiid for'TlionihOii'H Ijiiidlni*  and t'oiiiiipIlN twite dully 111, 10k. mid 16k.  J.ciivo Coiii'ipliv/iuid J'honifion'H LiukIIiib foi  Aiiowhciul twice dull) nl, 7.15k. mid l-J.lflk,   '  Sinking eloso eoniiuollons with all C. P. It.  Li in iih und bonis.      ,., .  ThpownoiMcson-otlio iIkIiIIo cli.m oltnicH  of mIIIiiks v\llliouL notice.  'J'JII': I-'IIKD ItOHINSON hUMHICll'CO. 1/TD.  -', Y. llOIUNSOK,  r ' AIiiiiukIiik Dlioetoi',  ELrEGTRIG All CttAmwM executed  ,,',, Complete -'Installations Our Specialty,    ']i-   .  ' -u ,   Finest Class of Machinery   .   .,.,.' ','    J  The Hintoh Electric Co. Limited  ,   .'   '    VICTORIA,and VANCOUVER.  ':!AWi  k':J'M  *\r fir    .  *, *'t i  LUMBERING.  ciccks though to bottom the giound  at either phice   would bes u big job.  camp chj;i:k.  There is ono mini who h.if\ stayed  with the   Bend   for   the, past eight  veins and   bus   absolute confidence  in it.    \\"e i"fci lo Raymond Allen,  who  came  in   Horn   JCamlonps in  JSOo.     He located what be believes  to  lit*   the  old   channel   of   Gamp  cieek, opposite .Smith cieek.   Camp  deck lie.irN   on   tlie   v\e.-t   side  of  Cioiinil Jlog   Uasin, and   Raymond  followed a'-ones of meadows which  he believe-,   to   icprc-eiit   the   old  channel   of   the  cieek   towaids   its  outlet   on   the   Columbia liver, opposite the hydiaulic  giound   being  operated by 1 lany Howard.   Theie  seems little doubt be is ngbt in this  tonlenlion       Seeing    lhal.    Camp  cieek headed in the same Mitnmit a1-  McUiilloui.li and   Kiencli ci(rk<- be  coneltided   there   was  every icason  lo believe il.  must   coiitiiin   neb alluvial ground, and   th.it it only ic-  inaiiied to locite  and   open the old  channel   lo   leap   ;t   n'eb   barvost.  The giound operated by IT. Howard  lini been veiy lieh   it 'its time, and  being opposite   (he   point which he  contends   to  be   (be old confluence  be'expected in that"* c.i&e, 'a ' low  icstilt. $10S"was-cleaned up' last  season in,(he dYi^o. '"About*4J5 ft.  of ground sluice 3(J inches witle b'as  been put in, with a 'fall of 44 ins.  i.n 12 ft, the bed rock being blasted  out for .i depth of as much as 12  ft. to accommodate the flume.' ���������Thc  ground is well situated for'sluicing,  giving ''damping loom.-.of 170 ft.  above "the,ordinary level' of J lie  Columbia^ ---livei.- s" The- bed-rock  gi.ivej is cemented and carries"^oldY  The'bed-rock i*-"*"a" graphitic schist,  with a stnko of N. So.E,'and a  northerly dip of 40. This bed-iock"  holds gold both coarse and (ine.  The face of gravel is from 15 ft..to  50 ft. in depth.  Of the ground washed this season  ,300 yds. gave a letui'n of 3 oi?. for  three lengths < of flumc'or about 20  cents  a  yard.    At" last   cave   the  gravel showed   a  maiked impiovc-  ment.    If it will go half Unit on an  aveiage it would'piove  a  splendid  proposition,  for  Camp creek  is a  considerable  stream   with a fall of  several hundred fcet'to the giound,  and the ground would afford'a first-  class   opportunity    for   hydraulic  mining, being 'free from very large  bouldeis,' with   the    heavy   wash  three to four* feet above bed-iock.  Thoic is fine  gold   within   thiee oi  four feet of the top of the bench and  the values  aie  distributed all ovei  the face.  At present the giound is being  woikedat a gicat disadvantage, hy-  diaullicing being limited to a canvas hose with a 24 inch no/./.lc, and  little head of 'water. Mr. Alien  estimates the bed of the channel to  bo between 50 and 60 ft. below the  present ground-sluice, ancl if. this  estimate is correct it will give a  face of 200 ft. of gra\el of improbable width of G00 ft.  The pioperty eon-ists of six  claims, following" up the old channel and if it carties payable values  theie is enough giound to maintain  opeiations for many years. The  necessary water rights In.vc been  .-coined. A good deal ^jf trouble  has been experienced by the ditch  going out on the side hill, and half  a mile of new ditch is now heing  built to bring the water in ovei the  top of the face, and cut it away  vvitli a view to fiulhoi testing the  giound. A small sawmill, operated  by walet power, is to be fixed up,  the necessary linings being on the  giound, and the framc-vvoi k ready.  The gold found on the propcity  i" of good giade, being valued at  ���������f 1S 7S pt-r o/.. Associated with  Ravmond Allen in the operation of  the pioperty are l'\ 15. Wells. J. J.  Woodiow. K J. Bourne, Dr. Car-  i tithei.-, and J   \). iUol-on  Theie is not a man in tlie  ( ounliy who has show n moie pei-  scveianee in the face of gicat dilli-  cullies than I'aymond Allen or who  is moie deserving of success. Jleis  a pel feet genius wilh his tool.-. His  cabin is supplied with water laid  on in wooden pipes made l>\ himself. He has an autoin.itic'alanii  lilted Up woiked bv a float so that  il anything goo*- wiong with the  ditch lie can  tuin   the   water olf at  u        AICP.OWIIIUI)   ].(JMIJi:ii.   CO.*  Tins company is running the Dc-  Xew mill to ils^full rcapacity, and, in  alditioh to shipments made, is cutting  the luniber for the nevr null which the  company will eicct .it Airowhc.id, o.ist  of tbc-C. P. K. station. 'The com-  p.my's onciatimib .ire nuclei the management of W. li Uc.itty,1 lccently  in'.ui.igci Joi tlTc Dominion Lumboi  Co,-o[ YXov.i. Scoti.i, and .for sonic  yeais incnibci of pail lament for Pan*,,  Bound, wheic. by his ability and in  tcgiity lie became, so, highly esteemed  hy his constituents, that ,hc- was le-  t'ltrned by uicic.iscd ninjoiitie's at each  subsequent, election.' Jh.^JJcatty is  one ol the best anil, most c.\pei ienced  mill iii.in.igeis in 0,in.id.i, and: it is  safe to say'lie will make a'thoiough  success of the gicat cntcipi'iscof i\Inch  he has taken the';management at  Airowhc.id.  At piesent, the coinpiny aie cutting  20,000 ft a day Besides the cucul.ii  saw, the plant'of the DeKew null consists of two planeis.'a niouidei,shingle  machine and edgei, mitijng machine,  stickei and moulding machine, icsaw,  sh.iper, l).ind:s.tw foi scioll woik, slab  slashei, tinning I.itlie, pony suifacc  planci and mouldei fot slnpl.ip, chyme; loom heated by a Boston blovvei  with engine forerunning blowci. lathe  mill and boltci, two steam lire pumps,  convejor to cany shav nigs to boilei  room. The motive power is supplied  by two boileis and an engine with  cjlmdei 20x30 inches  At the JJeKcvv inill aie two fine  lesidcnces ice house, boa id ing house,  blacksmith shop and buildings for accommodation of WOlklllCIl ' Till) com-  p.inv had 1,7;")0,000 feet ol lugs at the  null, and anotliei hah* million cut by  A J2dj,ra: at St Leon. It ls-tlTeii  in tun t ten ��������� to get out tlnec million feet  of lo;^s i Ins season  .The dneciois of the company aie  G. McCoi nuck, i\I L\ foi Onlhu; A  McMillan, Wcstboni", Man; T. Mei-  edith', Voikton, N. W. T ; A lev McMillan, Gladstone, Man., and \\". ,\V.  Fiasei, of Emeison, Out. J. Tayloi,-  w ho secured the most of the timber  now held by the company, and who  was associated vvitli the lumbering  inteicsts of the late A McLeod, M. P.,  foi many vc.tis, is a liist-class lunibci-  maii W.I. Liglitbtii i:e is secictary  to the company; If Bnllei, sawyei;  \\*. Cole, en^ineei, and J. Stevenson,  captain of thecompaiiy'ssteani launch.  The company have also the p'solinc  launch foinicily owned by ,1. Thew at  ir.ilcvon^ for miming to and fiom  Ai low head  ���������jiii; m;w mi i.i.  which the company piojioses to put in  at Ai iow head will be one of the most  up-to-date in the piovince Jt will be  a double cutting gang null, with a  stock gang of -10 saws. Mi Beatty  went to the coast to see the latent  ideas in milling ni.ichiiieiy and ci'iiip-  ineiit as an aid to linn in putting m  the best plant lie can get foi the new  mill.  W'evvi-h the Anowliead Lunibei Go  al! success in an enteipiisc which will  be of much benefit to the district  INCORPORATCD TORONTO   Slnj-  1886  A. Boyd,  K  C   M   a  OF MUSIC  COLLEGE   STREET  Dr. EDWARD FISHER,' Musical Director   .         i   t t  The   3est   Equipment   and 'Facilities,  and Strongest FacultyMn( Canada  " A tlioioiigh, mtistic and lini-liuil ,  musioai. r.uucAiinx.      , "*.  Local Com i-o Kviiniiiulion- l������.lii mci \ '-inn  nii-i in Ma.ulohii, Nui-lliwu-l 'I ut'iiloiics und  llntihli Uoliiiiibiu. -     ' ���������  ���������**>-,   ,   ���������     _ 1  School of Literature  and ^Expression.  Jlrs  ]ni/ Nicholson Ontlcr. I'iiiicipal.  I.'nll KucnllJ.    All brniiLhui tmiifliL i  XV C!ALKXDAK&*lAN'I)  E>YlTl!A"i3"ui" KUI'ilo  Whcn'wiitinu iiIc.iao niuiilini) 'I'lie Al.nl.  ^ Leave lOi^ht'jMik" Liinding each'  TU"liSDAY  AND  FRIDAY nt 0 n. in  - .,     Li'.ive La Pnite ei'ieli  TURSDAY -AND-PI? I DAY at 2 p, in  HPECJIAL TRIPS will lie mnde lie-  tvvi-en|cl.ili'.s ot lefjiilai- sailing when-,  cvei' I1M-.IIII.-.S oflen-d wai'ianls snmi-. _'  Tin' Company irsrivv the. lifjlit. to'  cii.iiikc lime and days ol s.nlinjj; vvilli-  oiii. iioiiee.        , .        " ,  A.;FOROLAND.   ' ("*. II.  - Master.  E, B, EDDY'S  TIib Revelstoke -Navigation Co. Ltd  '   TIME-TABLE  (Dm in������ season of hi^h ;'wiitci*.)  ��������� s������  ^���������Y  "KING, liD WARD" 1000s.  '���������IIJi'ADLlGlIT," .-)00s.  "I!aGM2," 100- nnd 200-.' "*���������'  r  Wi -VICTORrA."-   ���������- '-,t  ���������  "Little comet." .  FOR  SALE   EVERYWHERE,  ^ I  V* I  I    (Are. the bes^t that can be "bought.  -. Don't experiment, with other and inferior brands.  BAOIJER,  I'nt'.-ei  Young Men." M Women  , ' WAiSTTEI)a'   '   l,  to at tend nm Sc-linol and picpan. tin  .in ollice position, paying not less than  $S0 per inoiilh, vvi- Id pl.ice v-oii nibidc  ot (it) days atti-t gi'adiinl in^r. Wiiti-tm  p.ii liciilius.  Vancouver Business College, ,Ltd.,  c.  P. o  OCEAN, STEAMSHIPS  ��������� ' '        ������   Royal Mall Linos.  Cheapest Itouto to tho Old Country.  A U.A X J.TXK- Ki o������i Monti cut.  Hm in mil ' -" j���������ij   )[,  .   .'lily zi  An������ J  v     DOMIMOX ].IXi:-Kjom JIontie.il.a  Citn.irl.i. ., Jn)j   |S  IvUllslllijIUII - ../lllj'lio  Doiiiiiiion . . - .All" 1  Ioiiiii.ii  Tunisian  DO.MIVIOX  M.i>llo\\ri  Columbia .  Coihiiiomwl.iIlIi     '  CAX ^PACIKJC ll'V jJlXK-  L.iko Ki iu '   ������   .  Lake iM iniUi'ii  Lake C'luiiiiplinii     ,    .  ,-lAMEI!I0AN USli-  I'liiliidi'lpliui"  fcl   Paul -     ,  bl.   Loills  I.I NK���������J.'ioiii Ilostou,  VANCOUVER,  Box 51 t  HENRY'S, NDBSBRIES  ' '  3001) Wi'slimiish-i   Road. c  .    ..lulv Id  .lull 2.1  .   July no  ���������l.'iom Monti-ciil.  ., *."        .fiily  .   .lull'  . An  Fiom Now Yoik.  Y ���������   .'"'V '*>  .     - -"    .    .InIv 2J  Inij 2!)  I .INK���������Kioin Nl'w \ mk.   Inly 17  ���������      '.- .    . Jul'   L'.'  Julj 21  July J!)  Pnssunprois (ickotC(Utluoii(,'li to all p.uts o  Giant J3nfn.ni and Iruland. and at hpociallv low  mto-jlo all pails ol Ihc IOuioiicin continent  Apply lo niMii-sr l.ulmi) 01 M( amsliip agent 01  T.   W.  W. P.  IVIIUKhTAlt  Ctdl IL  .MniLslic  Celtic  Oceanic . " .  >Y> '<'<���������>���������  ���������'    \'''.mt&ti\  - --'*V *.-*���������? |  <-v     .   1.1 .i j* I  - i'.     . -Hwr  .  '��������� ." )fc?\  ���������'��������� ���������Y',V''!������2i  i, j  *    -? ������ -j     Jf T- ���������  ' J.  'I    .  f ���������*   "*"V* I  '   *     >/ i }* *   r  i   ~ *        i,"vr//*rtVrl  *-   .V-"**-*;!  ii.      ���������    \������.,./l  !*_    ^    HA     if I  ***   **��������� Tl   tf'",*i.I  [  * v ^*.%&  r  -   *x^*  \t  ,,          \'"\ A.' rfV������  C        q ^>  ������*���������;    *~������*;  -* r**-  J  '"'<  "* r ' - *" i  ������'t    '\i"%:  -i   1-,'M  i. -- ~- \v-r  "  ��������� > ~,' ! i.  ���������t-  yy^%\  }     r'  1 ,> j-i . ''ill  -,\^'s*i|  ~-Jj������\  r"  f   t."i-  ��������� *������*  r.n^l  ���������������������������v-i-"  i    ���������-*ati if-Jrt.*) 1  + -1V  '"������ ti* z~Pvi\  1  ^ iJi 's'".  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  BKA.D8HAW, 'ARont.  Rovelstolcu.  F. CUM MINGS, Pacific Agrent.  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, Roses,  Holland, French   "j  and Japan      ;������  ���������*.   FOR FALL PLANTING.  Nevvlv. luiilt  ABRAHAMSONHBROS . PROPRIETORS.,  Firpt-class in every respect.      All modern conveniences.  .'     ' J.urge Sample Rooms. ;  Rotes SI 50 per Day t  Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout   Lake; under same   management.  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  IN STOCK.  ALWAYS  CUT FLOWERS  tin* B.ilK W.-cldniK*-  .111(1 FlllK.'1'.iIb.  -, **   ' tin-  <"  HOTEL   LARDEAU  ==ee COMAPLIX ;^^^  The Best house in Town.  Bee Hives and Supplies,  FERTILIZERS.   ���������-  U.ltrlloKUl1  l'l^C  M. J. HENRY,  .     Vaxcouvioii, J3. C.  Welt Furnished    -    Good Table tfa ,  ���������tJ (    X  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.     J  W. HAMILTON, Proprietor. ,    ' f;  (^^(^(^<^(^(^(^i^(^(^(^(^i^(^(^^(^(^(^i^(^f^  i,,,���������  n     ,       tn.  Union  Overalls,  Made    ���������.���������_���������__  l,etc  Wing Chung's newly imported slock of Chinese  ancl Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke of  useful and ornamental  articles:  'IV 1  SO \ ICI s  I'lull-,  Hii.--ltul*  f'.LIIU CIl.lllS  li.lllllkdLlllur-.  GOLD  Klouui I'ols  Unibii'll i Sl.uiiK  J.iiiii.Ii llnslvi K  SiiiuI.iiiu' .lin,l.il-i  hill. GooiN  I" I.S II  falini-..  Oiei.ilK  I)uii)in I.tint--,  'J'wCLll r.lllls,  1  D'lUD.ulU I'llIlN,  .liiinpci-.,  lilOIISL-,  KiiKinu is' .l.i(.'.i I-,  'VVnitti-' .Im l.i |s,  II.II III!--.' .IllLkLI-,  (IlllKlllllll .1.11,1,(1-,  illusion l.'l.imicl Iii)  (loi wciii.  and  MANUFACTUItli  Cookh*     A |ll OI]->  (Jups,  0.11 IlLllltls  A Jll oils,  iW'.IIIuIb' A |ll Oils,  I'llllllCIs'1111(1   I'hLstl 1  uis'0\t.|.ilK,  JVTiiukin.iw C'o.ils,  illllLkllllLW  I'lllll-,  'I III p.llllllls.  DiiiiniiUC Hiitf-.,  Iloisu Ill.uikcU,  '1'i'iit-..  Klc, ulr , i li.  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished with  the choicest^the market  affords.       Best   Wines,   Liquors, & C  Rates $i a day.     Monthly rate.  ALBEET      STOITE  t4    *    j |  (���������  k  . tgars.  J".  PEOF  FERGUSON.  Tlie .itlciul.incc nt tlie imblic school  .ivei.iucd .tliout 10 this season  J. Ne������liitt I- one of the most successful jj.iiilcneis in the town iind  uiiscd excellent ciopsof vegctnliles I his  sear-on  The Mineis L'nioii Hospit.il is a  ci ed it t" the town .mil n gie.it coi>  venu'iiri to the disiiiel which the  *ite?'.'iit  hiiilding   will   'One  well   for  Kinust stock of (.milli(.s nnd flint in town.  Front Street,  Revelstoke  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Pionipt delivery of p.-ncols,  etc , to any p.u t of tlio City  ���������������������������<���������%"��������� S,"'i  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  Ksliililisln.il Ibdl     InuoilKiiiitud I'm.'.  TURNER, BEETON & CO.  i.iMirKD,  WHOLESALE MERCHANTS,  Uim lioiis(s. Whaif fell col.  KhUoij, I lliislinii hlii ol.  Just Remodelled ancl Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  VICTORIA, u. v.  Rooms in Suites ivilli iuxlhv and   Toilets attached, /lowing Hot  and Co/d Water, inside Tot lets on each floor, Gas Lighted and  Steam Heated  Throughout.  J. C GREENE, Proprietor.        ���������   '    GOLDEN, B. C.  All   oideis  nh.icco Sliiio,  Tul  uf!   .u. K    M   .Sunt hi''  hy Telephone, No  .wus   to    conic.      The    government I will leceive pionipt uttciitiun.  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Rclail Dealer \n^-^^aaarB2^>-  BEEF,   PORK,  ,     MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  VII iiidi-is piornptly filled  REVELSTOKE, B. ,C, SSk'JS.^S:  ���������H H  COMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG,  Hcst brands of Wines, I.  Travellers  to   I  at this Hotel.  Proprietor.  iquors and Cigars,  ish Creek will find excellent  accommodation  Neatlyjand  Expeditiously  Executed at  The Kootenay  Mail Office. I'1"  "V';/* V - ,;\  1.        ',  THE JKOOTJSNAY MAIL.  -, v������' i-  I:" r.  , yy  ���������klj-  We have a lai  ment of the  erican    and, ,  makes of: '<  ���������ge ttssort-  best Am-  Canadian  ���������-.!���������'/  i i,  i        '  I.  Ladies and Gent's,Purses  Card Cases and,  .Chatelaine Bags  'All '-the  newest  oh hand at the  styles  1        ,.���������  LIMITED  REVELSTOKE.  ? -"<,'   ' ,!"    !  7'    "' C  -I*      .       .     Z)/������0.  ���������;���������' '  lIiXTOK���������At tho IloV-pit'������ri, JtevolMiilu-,  y\\:ij.\ on   August    Kith,    Duuglax,  "hiii of Sir .lames Hector, K.O.M.O.,  ���������    ot' Wellington, New   Zealand, ugcd  iM yours.      kk        ' ,  W.v.mi���������At  Kovolstolco.oH. C,   Lillio,  beloved, wife nf J JO. K. Wni-d,   iiuiii-  " ngcr Molaons lliink/nged II!) yenis.  I. A. ICernahan has been awarded  the contract for tlio now building for  thu Imperial bank and will start tho  work immediately. ���������  A special lanioni .service will bo  given in the Salvation Army'by Adjt.  AntlrewH, Tuesday, Aug. 25. Subject:  "A Tragic liiiding." * '  ��������� The 0. I'. IJ. have,, lot to .1. W.  Slc\v,iit a contraot for diverting the  0. 1\ Jt. track at Claiiwilliaiii. The  work will,employ a large amount of  labor and is estimated to cost .fii)0,000.  At tlio hearing of tho'Stewart case  on Wednesday Mi.'Frascr, S. M., very  considerately oidcred the body of the  court to ho placed at the disposal of  the public who unduly crowded the  back part of the court, room.  The old tiineis are to tie congratulated on .their proposition to have a'  reunion, and a meeting will be held at  W. J. Dickey'slesidencc'Monclay night  to iiinke the, liccc&miry arrangements.  All residents prior to JS9L aro invited.  Trout "Lake, never looked hotter  than it docs today. The strikes at  Poplar Cieek have, ln-ought many  people there to do business', at the  Mining Itecoidor's Ollice, ��������� and hotels  have been packed. 'A good ninny  have coiiui in froni Spokane.  Or, Graham-is one of tho best medical witnesses wc have scon in the witness box. With an experience of about.  7f)0 personally conducted post mortem  examinations iu England ond nttond'  iineo on Iwico as many more, ho has  had an iiiiimiiilly largo 'experience  iu  USE^03^^^  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best, in the World.  'Mail us 15 Royal Crown Soap  Wrappers, and in return wer'  will mail a beautiful Picture'  size 16x20 ; or for 25 Wrappers  ���������your choice of over 100 books.  Drop us a post card asking  for a catalogue ,of premiums  to be had FREE for Royal  Crown Soap Wrappers. ���������      ,  Address ' .  ',    The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. Limited.  Social and Personal  BUSINESS LOCALS.  Dr. W. J.  Curry,  Longhead block.  Jee cream, soft, drinks  the City I3nkc'ry.  pYou ,enn save- money  witirifl i\r. Coursier.  .Chloride   of   lime   for  resident   dentist,  '  ,  and  cider at,  LOCAL & GENERAL  giiol "nnd  1- ,    >r  I      -  the   ine.id-  Ci old-stream  U.tAX k, *'<������������������.  ,.- *>,p-1  'I ,. -'4 *  > t������-'  -I v  >%/ .   l'*  '���������<v'--    -    *.  ^vS5'.  ���������-Tlie   Miner   advociles  school for CamborneY  1 ' 1  Activity of .Mt'   Vcsuitis  is' causing  great anxiety in Italy.  -.The .city   school   opened    Monday  with a good attendance. ���������>.  ,'    ��������� The police vvill take  no  further action ih the Stewart case. '   ,    <  .7. McMahon slni'led up his  shingle  Y' '* mill"ngain*on Thursday.  .Band concert at McKciuio  avenue  stand tonight, weather pormiting.  Gus. , Jredstrom has bought W.  Abiahamsoii's residence on Douglas  St. '    '        '  .,    A. .Johnson  and   C.   Turnross'h.ivc  ~'\ line ciops at their ranches   nt   fireelv  'Creek. - r  ' r Gits Lund has taken un  -  'dvvs on the 1101 th side   of  near Lalormc's iiinch.  The land for which the  department  bf'fhe  interior invites tenders in this  1 issue lies south of the bit: eddy. , ,  ���������>t   "The  government aie inipioving the  Big JJond rond.'the  work'being   done  . under supervision of li. Tapping.  s, - .The people of Uritish Columbia-con-  ,,., suine mote alcoholic stimulants per  ...head than in any other pint of C.in-  '��������� a tin'. . '  The acetlylenc g.ts nl.int "at.-the C.  P. Jt. Hotel at Sicamous went   up*' by  'an explosion thc,othcr day bu t no one,  was Inn t.  An amendment to the criminal code  provides seven years imprisonment fo.*  mutilating coins  and   lino  of $10 for  ' passing defaced*coin. , "  .'    Jt  is  estimated   that  150  men aie  ' employed in   the  vicinity   of   Kogers  Pass  at present  between   repairs nnd  r renewals of snowsheds and other C. J1.  It.-work.  The,many fiicnds of J-*ied [.'on est of  Albert Cinyon will regret to learn  that he has ju*=fc received news of the  'death'of his father in Scotland and  Mr. Forrest may have to return home.  Complaints aie made about the  state of the school grounds. Jt is  stated holes in the grounds renin in unfilled and arc pitfalls for the children,  to sonic of whom serious in jury may  result.  The board of management of the  Piesbj-terian church invites tenders  for erection of a. manse. Tenders  close Aug. 26th., Full particulars may  be obtained on application to the secretary. T. More.  A deputation from the liberal association met Mr. Keefer. C. Ji., re dredging of river at Revelstoke and improving river at Big Oeiid. Mr. ICecfer  said he was repotting on matter to the  department. The dredge could not  'work at the narrows or Beaton till low  water and he considered now was the  best, lime to dredge the channel at  Revelstoke.'  this elns." of medical practice.  Messrs. Hobin'son and Keefer of the  dominion ,, public works department  arrived Wednesday to test the dredge,  .Nakiisp,i which has not yet been taken  over from the contractors, Poison Iron  Works. Tho .machinery was found to  he working unsatisfactorily and the  defects will,have to be remedied.'  Tho jury in the .inquest on < Fred.  Stewart,wero of opinion 'the verdict as  published did'not express their views*  and,asked the coroner for permission  to alter it. 'Dr. Cross ' wired the attorney-general, on, the matter, aiid he  advised that, having given thcir.vcrdict  and being discharged they could not  act further in tlieniatter." ,' ' ''  ' The local corps.of Rocky Mountain  Rangers under Lieut. JI. A. Brown is  drilling nightly to' prepare for in-  sp'pction by Col. .Holmes, who will  arrivc'on the 25th inst. and make his  inspection on tlio26fh." The men are  being drilled by 'Sorgt. Jfarto, who is  thoroughly'posted, having i-eivod .in  the relief contingent ntdialifax.   ,  Some" Chinamen at the Wigwam  shingle mill struck for more nay and  Foreman Simpson discharged'them,  bringing in other 'Chinese. When  these arrived Thursday one of the discharged Chinamen attacked them  with an, -axe, < wounding one on the  head and arm. The offender' was  brought to town and handed over lo  the police, und fined $20"and costs or  two months imprisonment..  On Geo. "Liiforno's ranch --at ,Gold-  stienm a good prop of hay is pi'o'duccd  each season. Potatoes nnd -vegetable  crops arc also grown for,- the supply  of the ranch, which is at present in  charge of Dennis Cyr. Bed and board  is heie afforded for'travellers, but 'the  ranch is a specially ' valuable to Mr.  ���������Lnforme as headquarters for his pack-  train.supplying the,upper pifrt .of the  Bend. A public ler'iy is operated here  by MiVLaformo under, subsidy from  the government, iind is a great  convenience'. <-     *    ���������  fn an aiticlc in (he Province. IT.  Alexander, of the Abeidccn Free Pros*,  who,was with the visiting Journalists  says*���������"I may be excused if I say  that British Columbia possesses in its  mountains not the least important  of its resources. Some day it will  be the Switzerland of Amc'rci.i: it,  will bo the plnj-ground of the continent. Thousands will come to the j  Rockies and to the Selkirk's���������they ,inf*  aie coming already, if.I am not mistaken���������and in tlieii search for health  nnd   invicoi.ition   they   will    not   he  di.ippointed.  Valuable Time Saved.  01 l>li-   a  liws  nf  poi-on    (lev  .'L  111:1 n  (initio ps.  luiiid  Slight 1117111 ifj. often di  md e.ui.-e   several   days'  ind    when    lilood  sometiini's result in lhe lo>������ of  in' limb.    (Jh.inihi'fl.iin's   P.iin     Balm  L-an antiseptic    liniment,    when   np  plied   to   cuts    ' ...  causes them to  out, ma.tur.itmn, nnd prevent* any  dnnyei-of hlood-poison. Foi* wile hv  iiltdi'ii     *  liy   insuring.  disinfect ing  ���������only 20 cents a tin at Canada I'rug 4:  Book Co. , ' 6  W. Sohmo'ck has sold bis hotel nt  Gernid nnd'iiitoiids opening a hotel nt  Poplar creek. , ' ,    '  (. The St. Leon J Tot Springs has .been  opened and is now'ready (0 accomodate visitors, "   .  Gel. your prescriptions tilled nt Canada Drug it'liook Co." They keep the  best of drugs only.'  ,,Visitors, to' Ciimborno should lake  A. Craig's stage from lie.iton. Quickest route, .best ^orvice.    ,  'J. II. Smith bas'lel't tlio Coronation''  hotel, Camborne, and M. liiichaiian  has lesumed possession. ' '  Leave your 01 tiers for pies of any  kind���������meat, mince -or fruit���������at' the  City Biikcry.-^-A. JO. Bennison.     $  Travellers visiting Revelstoke will  iind the best accomodation at, the  Central Hotel. Abrahamson Jir.os.' 0  'Souvenir playing cards showing  pictures all over Jlritish fColtiinbiit foi  sale at Canada Drug it Book Co. $1  per pack.      ..  South Afiican .War Jviuid Grant���������  Those .entitled who want to sell should  coin nm nien to with P. 0. Box* <J02,  Vancouver. - '  Jfyouwnntto furnish a house see  John 10. Wood.'; J3y paying hini.ii few  dollars per month he will furnish it  for you. ' '  R. JJ. Truomiii-. will personally visit  Revelstoke,fiom Sept. 2nd to 18th nnd  makes 11 special offer of an 8.\10 en-  laigement with each dozen cabinets  AVlicn-yon come to lievelstoke hail  the Central Jlotel bus to take you to  a good hotel. Abrahamson JJros  Props. ,   . , (���������  See that your printing bears the  ,union label.'- The K6o'I'i:.nav M.vii,', is  the only ollice ��������� here which has ihc  right, to use the label.  When you want to,get to,Camborne  in speed and comfort, I )ok out for' A.  Craig's stage line when landing at  Beaton.   , '   -      '       ,   ' '  J)r. Curry has .removed Y his dental  business from,the Taylor to the.Longhead block, where his rooms vvill he  lilted up with the most up-to-date appliance.*-. ��������� ���������  * A. ill. Craig bai sold his stage nnd  livery business nt 'Benton and Cnm-  Lorne to A. Crawford it Co. of Sandon.  Mr. Craig intends going in for ranching and will settle in Okanagan valley.  A. M. Ciniu still conducts the feed,  livery nnd freighting st.ible&nt lie.iton,  and Ins saddle horses and light and  heavy' conveyances for hire at nil  times. JJis daily stage for Goldfieles  Cam borne meets  the   ste.imbo.it  The Knterprise Brewing Company  finds a rapidly increasing demand  for'its product, consumers saving it  is better than what they have been  importing irom the south and are  pivircg the firnii increased parton.ige  in consequence. *  J. J. Foley has sold the f..ikcview  hotel to McMillan Bros, of the Arrowhead Lumber Co.   The deal was closed  jists  BIG  LUMBER DEAL.  OiirTttesdi.y J. A. Tayloi, of  lieu', closed 11 largo deal by vv  pui chased the sawmill-; of S. C  of Knderby together with his  and logs. Mr. Taylor lia*> also acquired  the    20    nn'ps    of    timber' recently  Arrow-  lioh he  Smith  limits  ovei  ���������' will  by J. A. .Taylor, representing Mcsrs.  bim-e.s ,md tinrn-Vt. McMjIhm, and who met' Mr. Foley  1e.1l quickly ;:nd with- here Tlmrsdaj- evening. The purchase  money was -fj0,000. Mr, Lighburne.  sccret.uy to the company, took  thc hotel yesterday. The buildin_  be enlarged. ,   ,  C. B. J fume it Co. have been awaid-  ed a prize in the Slater Shoe competition for window dressing, taking tbiid  place in a competition open to the  iv hole of Canada. W. Jforr.ell was the  artist wliO'iicbievcd such a successful  result, and is entitled to much credit  for it. He has taken awards in several  similar competitions.      '  JO. lOdwards is able to be about again  ,Jt. Corley is home from Nelson'on a  visit. ' '       ,  *   Mrs. li. Pntrick  has  gone  to const  for holidnj''.  ' Miss jl'cttipicccjj'returned  from   tho  coast Tuesday.,'  G. S. McCarter returned  from   Ihc  coast Sunday, , ' .'  J),,Woolscy came  in  Tuesday  Albert Canyon. ' ,1  Mrs. Liidnor   lelurned   from  loops Wednesday,  Mr. and Mrs.'Atkins  returned  St. Leon Satin day.  Alls. Spruggu ariived this week on  visit to Mrs. Bolton,  If. Pnrham, formerly, of JJevcIstoko,  has'gone to .Nprth Dakota.  Mrs. JJob.son returned Monday from  visi'ting'her .sisler at J-V-rnio.  W. Abrahiimson has gone  lo  Trout  Liike to reside permanently. ,  ,. Miss Scddon,  of' JCaml.iops, ������is  tlio  guest of Mrs. B. Jt. Campbell.  Mr', and Mrs.-li. Trimble have again  taken up residence in JJevcIstoko.   ,  J'\ Blackwell, manager of tho Northwestern, is iu town from Goldlields,  1 Alias Dent returned Wednesday from  spending her vacation at the coast. ' -  Mrs. Theodoie Jaidgatc was so indisposed she had to go lo the hospital  this week. ' , ' ' ' " ,  ��������� Miss llohlis, of' Rcvcls'toko, has, been  apiiointed to charge .of', third 'division  at Trail school.        v ���������  .General Manager 'MoNicoll is ex-������  pected.to arrive ' from the hoti'tli'',tomorrow evening/ -, >���������  .1. IJ. Scott, manager of Revelstoke  Wine'^Spirit Co.'s Trout,Lake branch,  was in the city Thursday!    <    -     "r  Miss L.,Bennett* was on a visit this  \vcek 'to 'her .brother, .1. W���������, liifnnel.t,  .when on her way to Kngland.  Gus Lund, eiiin'e in from the IJend  yesteydny, having hurt his back while  working in the J'"loroncc tunnel.  .iAIiss JOdith -Fraser returned this  week from .Nelson "whoior she has been  taking 11 course at'the business college.  .1. Kellett, formerly of" Arrowhead,  has1 been' appointed to charge off-sur-  facingon Car.adiiin Northern e.vtensioi.  from.Broadview, A'.sa.      , ' ,  JO. Taylor, who returned to the oily  last week, has-taken' up a .ranch at  Battleford, but will hot make his homo  there till next spring.'  1 Mrs.'.John Nelson 'was removed-to  the , hospital Monday to undergo an  operation for anpondictis," wfiich was  successfully pcifonned.   ' *  Miss J.illie Valentine c.ime up fiom  Benton the early pa'rt of the'week and  left this ,11101-ning aeconipanyiiig her  sister .Lotus on the return to Oregon.  Miss Atkinson, sister of ,Mis. Jfy-  Innd, has been 'appointed . to the  tencheiship in the city schools icndei-  edivnc.int. by the lesignatiqii' of Miss  Robiiii'on. ' '        "    ��������� m  A. K. J'hippi, manager Impeii.. 1  Rank, has goiiecto the coast on a well  earned holiday, ,and will-'return Iirst  week''in September. T. 15. Baker is  acting manager.    ,   , * " '      . ������������������  ' Messrs.' Dnrragh, Uottorfl'.and otheis  interested,! 11 the JOlwood Tin Workeis  M iningj.company, will an ive- in Ihe  city tonight from a visit to their Fi-h  and Pool creek propeitics. , >  ��������� Mrs J..P. ICenncdy astonished her  neighbois recently by making the trip  to the Jumbo mine near fllecillivviiet,  and which is 7,000 ft. above sea level.  Mrs. Kennedy is the first lady who has  made the trip.  Willi the bnlance on hand'fiom the  Sunday schools union picnic fund and  a further subscription from each of the  Sunday schools :i present was 'sent to  Mr. Fred Forrest of a secretaiie, and  an English leather bound writing case  to Mrs..Carlson .is a token of appieci-  ation for their kindness on tho day of  the picnic, for which they wish to  tender their.sinccic thanks and trust  ���������they vvill have the pleasure of seeing  all the children again next summer.  A very successful lawn social wm.  held at the Presbyterian chinch  grounds Tuesday under auspices of  the Jjiidics v Aid. The grounds were  prettily, jlecomted with grceneiy.  bunting'and Chine-no lanterns.    Theie  U.N'JIUIt Tin-; AUSPICJKS OK  'I 1 1      .  Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society of B. C.  WILL, UK IIKIjIJ'AT ' ���������        '    1  ���������    'JSfEW XVESTMIffSUEP^L, xB. "Ci,, '.,  September 29 and 30, October 1 and 2  PRIZES AND, ATTRACTIONS $20,000  OPEN TO THE WORLD  A lloHiiilof rioiisni'o fur Ji'mn* Wholii Wuj'H-Tjici'Ohhe "I'oiiniiiiiionl, SIiiiiiii'iicIih oC '  MoiiliC'ii    Viiiicoiivo|.,JJiiui'okj.OiOlHli. WOhliiiliiHlui*I.iici*o-,BuCInli.   Klro Woi'Iih, Hum. '  ..'I'-   '"(U'uasbiiorh.AliiBiilllcoiit JlliiiiiiiiiiUoiiH.tinuid Concertu.icli oiontiil,', Siiuciiil,  Atli'iioLlons. | r ��������� ,     - r  MONSTIOU ICXCUUSION  ,       JVo  |,'JtOjr ALL POINTS AT (JUKAThV ItlODUOlCOJIATIOS  Entrance   Fee Charged for 'Exhibits. ,'/  K\i>(iiil!vo-T. J. 'I'l'iipi). I'rohlrtcnls jv'ld. Slnoliili'. Aid. irolinch, Alii. Wll-dii. (.', II.  Ili'j'iiiiioi*.  VV. .1. A iitliurs.  It, V, An. oi'Hoii.  W. It, otlluy,  I,. A. LuwIh. It!S. (Jiii'Uh, (J.  \\r(ilhli< t.c������. AdiniiH, .lolm Hold, W. A. It. .Idiiuh, .1. A. CiiiiiiIiikIiiuii.  J.'oi'i'l'Uu I.IsLh, KnLry KoiiiiHrand full imi'tionliiiN wi'ltolo   ' ''  T. J. TRAPP, Prosidont.  W. R, KEARV, Managor anil Sooratnry.  R. H. Trueman will 'person-  , ally visit .Revelstoke '    ,  Sept: 2nd to !8th Inclusive  ,   and will make a'special offer  1 his 'visit only.    He will give  one 8x10Ycnlargcm'ent with  each dozen Cabinets.  Don't overlook this genuine  offer.- :     ,   , ��������� i'i  -TJEtlT'  THE,OWL R���������T  "-Kiisl. of jMdIsoiis IIiuiIc       ���������   ,' Itovolstokc.  Vov j*V  iiii'iil,-,. , Opi'ii day and nighl.r  iMi-als 2.1c and upward.    .Special weekly  rales'.    Good service'gniii'iiiiLcud. ''  KU.III k, ITO, l-i'opiii'tni's. ���������'.  ''  TENDERS WANTED:  QKALICI) TKNUKII.H ii'ddic'h-ul lo lliu'iiiii'lci-  U *.Ikiic(I lor Uiu oi'Dulioii ol'n .Miiiiin will bo  received up loiinil lucliidini; WoiIiichIiiv, Aii-  Klisl ,2iith. J''oi- lull niloiiii.illoii, plitus miulIII-  caMoiih, cl'j.. apply to llio iimloisiKiicd.  '  J lie U)������c������t oriiiiy Icndci'.iiut necosiully no-  copied. .    ,    *      , i  Tl  cv.l-l. Iu. I;  ���������^ THOS. .MOHIO.  -cielmy SI. jViiiIicwi CIiiii'cIi.  . I ., Autf'MU, lilin.  NOTICE.  ' A iiioclniK will Im hold ,U the >o-.i(Ionco(ir \Vr.  .1. Dlcl.oy on Aloiiilay cvuiiinif iic.\l, al, S o'clock  for llic piiijiom' ol comiilulniK iiimii|;uiiH'iils (o  ;il tend iiu (Hd Tlmois. Uiiniur for .id oirly (into.  I lio-ic cIikiIjIu lo'iillcnd iiiu-,1, Imvu n iukIiIciicu  linoi* Iu .l.imin.i-y ls|. ism. KvciyOld'I'iiiiui-���������  liidyoi'Kciillciniiii-toiiIliilly vvqIloiiiuiI a', the  Iii'c1iiiiiiiiii*,\-,iiiu(.iIii|;.  '   u   liy order  '      ' Old Tuna:'-.' Oom.viitii.i:.  FOR SALE CHEAP.  .  Ladies,,"Boys and /Wen's   ;  Boqts and Shoes  .'    See my ii.ssiii'lnient (if' l lie' liesl,  Imrgiiiris  eyci' dll'ei'i'd   in   Ihe  ' v   city in these lines.   '    , ,  J, '   J. OUIM'ITTO, '    "  ', Second slrcist, '1 ���������.-        Itcvelitoke.    '  ROSSLAND SUMMER1 CARNIVAL!  ,       '$5,000 IN PRIZES!"  y^  LTnilui' Iho HiiHiilces of fhu .Vtiiyiiriuid Clly'  ,.'.   *     .... '       t/'ouiioll.  I'iiIkiiik: Th(),|liollii..|'lii),j(| of Knllwuy Tiiitn-  iiii'ii nml llio HoHhhiml .Minor'* Union No IH.1 VV.  I'. I\I. , , .j  TWO'DAYS     ,  TLriiSDAV.'nnd-  .���������-'' <*,- .   n,,  wmonissiuv, Aug, 25 and. 26  (.'iiind 1,'iii'iidoY l.iicuisi.0mid IIiim.IuiII Toum-  mnentH.; I. li'������ni|.|iV t;oiiipolllloiih, TiiKh of-V * i",  IIOI'KO IlllclllK,    l()\   IIKIlllll    WlUHllllILT I'll lIllJu  Al hlul le Hpoi'ls of,,.IJ>l���������(J,. JVll.��������� lA������     la ml  DrltlliiK. iind Speed  I'vhiblllou  liy llio (|,|,   .  Iuhh Woiidcr,   Jr. M.j (inuid   |J���������||,' MiiKiilllcmit  yro ochnlu Dl-play mid pei To iiiiuuh I, ��������� llo  ItlH/.llllKnillllllllllc (Jliiln.      , ,    -     ���������,  ltiilluay'iuluK 'Iush limn onu fare fur lhe  round I rip.      ��������� ,,,,*'-      x  ,J.'uilliei- partlciilurh from,       ,w    ,*,,,,   '  .      .   ���������<?       ., '  , A. .1.  nHKWKHY, tiuu'yk  mo WHOM Ti' MAY (JONGI.;itN-'l'endoi'.s  J .'idi.'11'v.i.d lo.lhc lloinily Mliilslm ortliu  Inleiioi- Mill be iccohxd at llie'Dep.uDiieiit of  Uio Inlcnornl, Ull.iua up'lo noon oil'lhe .'illlli  ������'..l,}'������f huiltoinliur. KH.I. for the purchaso of Iho  n vv������l of Section HI, Toniislnp'.'.I, I!iiiiKo ���������> v\r  dtli Jleridiau,- Iniiciioi-lh of Hie raihvav hack  in the Itiuhvai- Jlell in the Province ol Iti-ili-.li  Columbia, and (.oiiI.uiiiiik an ai ea ot::? acre  inp.ro or Ic-s, al, I liu ii|i^el price of ������1.00 pcracie  K.ieh tciidci-iiiiisl bo accompanied bvii.ii no-  cc;ili'd c!ie(|iic on .icluuti'i-cd ll.ink ol the Dominion in favor of I ho Deputy Jlluisler of tlie)  Intciioi* for the full iinioinil, olleicd poracic In  (;-cce-,s of the up-,ul, price,which will be forfeited  in the event, of the tenderer fmliiii; lo coniploto  Lho pui clinic.  '   ���������     ' , .  No tender by tukjfraph will be entertnined.  I.uniw ot pale will be one-fomHi in cash or  hcnpnt the time of sale and Mie bnl.iucc in  three equal annual iiiM.tilmorils, vvltliwntercil.  at j per cent per milium.  heaves ItevL'lsstokii fni* J3onl, Lnndiiif!;  at(i::-i(J p. in. .Mondays and Thursdays,'  ineetintc sle.iinei'on return trip.  FARE, $1.00''  *2.j lliS/hngg.'ifj'e free.    "  Intendinp;   pasMMiirors   shrnild   h'tivc,,  woi(1,(11, Fleininir'n .Suilile  rit   l-inj.'  u|j"  phone N'o.. ,S when  the scage v\ ill c.-ill  tor tliein.' '   , . 'i ,  ���������" '   W. ^LKiMlNO.  FIREWOOD  For Sale.  - 7.J0 sliaie.s in lien trice mine. Will  sell whole or purl. ' Ji'ni- pai'tier.lnrti 'p-  ply at n.niee.ot' Kootjcnay J\Iaii..   ,;  For Sale  TWO ltusliloncoi on JlclCcii/ilc-A veiiuc,  v'vlt.  model n improvements, S'-',',0fl ouch, on easy  lei'ins. , '  TWO Itesidenceh on ThiriW SI reel, e.isl, vo'ry j  ,    ��������� convenient for mil way men, SI.sOli each  .   eiisy I onus. a  ONK ItoHldoncoon J.'inl, Street ensl, ca.sh ie-  (iiilred S.i(W, .sub.iect to inorltriiife.  Apply io i    ��������� >  HARVK.V, McOAItTKIt &  I'IN'KHAM,    ,  .   ' For Sale.'  ' Severn! interests in silver-lend pmp-  erlies*. l^oi*' p.irl iculnrs npply nt nlTlee  Of lhe Kootenay Mail.  J-laving taken  wood  over, the firc-  of'lhc   ,Harbor  Depart nien t of the Inleiioi,  Ottawa, Uih July, pjiij.  1������  O. KKYKS.  beciet.uy.  supply  Lumbc.r Cc.'.s-millf orders' left  at the mill, at W, M. Lawrence  or by ringing* up phone No. 8  will have prompt attention.  W. FLEMING.  LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.  Convention for  Nomination  date. ���������  of Candi.  ' A loiiv nil ion foi Ihc selei tion of a oandul.ilo  for l(c\clsloke Itlilini.- is lieioliy IKcd for Sal-  iii'day, Auk. 'JHLli, at Ihc At-soei.Uion's I.'oonis,  lievelstoke. Tho leprescnlaLiou ot tho ItidiiiK  at. such convention i-,ns follows:  Covv.in   and   others   ai  ocated hy   \V  .fc'utr.ir lake.  Mr. Taylor condnoted the deal vvitli  such promptitude that he took over  the liusineU on Wednesday, the day  following the deal, and will now make  his homo .-it Knderby.  The den! involves n large sum. and  v\e wish r\Tr. Taylor success in his investment, in which Messrs. Bull nnd  Hill, of  Toronto, arc   a^ociatcd   with  im.  Cholera Infantum.  ThiM  nng Ii.-pii ii>g,ii'd('fl n^  of the iiki-I ilangi-miH unit fatal  iM-.es In which iiilYiiits- nie siplij,.c-t  cm lie cuii'd. howovei*. when  lii'iili-d. All Hint i-.  five tJli.niiln'rl/iiii'.s Coin*. Chulei'.i  l")i.irili(ii',i Iteiricrly .uh) oi^tor   nt  (ine  dis-  It  piofi'.rly  iipcos-jiry   is    lo    nd  .is  direct.*d   with  (���������un* is ci'i't.iin.  gi-ls.  cue  oi s.  boith  le by  ;ind   a  1!   ding-  Moscrop Bros.  UGGESTIONS  A COOL PLACE  A NICE DRINK  * .'. h.il. yon fiiul ,ii, the  SODA AND JCE  CREAM PARLOR  J. A. .MIU,I*K & CO.  Saniiary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  RED CROSS  lilectric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures ^ Put In.  Second Street, Revelstoke  LUMBERING.  E. A. Jlrndley. who has returned  from the east, has, subject to examination, arranged a deal for the timber,  leccntly located ,it Adams Lake by  ('���������u-* J.und and Gus Jfedstroiu.  The Arrowhead J.umber Co. has let  lo T. .1. (ir.ihani a contract for building the tlircc-qiiiuters of a mile of  track rc|uircd to connect the present  (J. V. li terminal at Arrowhead with  the, site of the company's new null.  The deal with the fvnglish company  for purchase of W. Cowan's mill nnd  limits at Trout Lake is now completed  .md the deal for the purchn-c of the  Duncan limits, in which Mcm-j. Covv.in  and Kinrnan aro interested, is likely  to go through.  M. Quinii has pure.hiued for American lumbeimen from ll. f.nfoiine  four timber limits on flold-  at iwi in, _ near l.nforme's i.nich  Mr. Quinii also in.sjiects .Mes.sis Kd-  vv.irdsand Jackson's limits with a view  lo purchase and will piobably lake  over .'i0,U00 acres of the Amerioiiiicrnii-  pany's limits between (loldstreinn nnd  Uigii'oiitli.  was a lffrgc assernbl.ige.and all enjoyed  themselves. 'J'ho band" was in attendance. Therqvvcie llOvver, iffieshment  arid c.tiYdy tables, presided ovei by  .Mc-sdiinied ^Calder, Lnsv.son, iWe.r.cod,  I'.ivnc,' >rcLe.in. .Mcltury, Sinill,,  Ainslie, Steed', ^Icflierson, \V"ood house,  Jliddlenn.a. Palmer, n.������si.������ted by Misses  Urown. Bell, Wright, and members of  the Willing Workeis.'  TO  CORRESPONDENTS.  K Adair���������Owii-g to its length and  lateiifss of receipt we could not find  spar'" for your letter thi.s week but  shall publish it next issue.  lievelstoke 1^   ll.iicvon  I  HikHcihI       ���������>   Coin.iiili\- '1  Albeit Cinyon  I    llo.iton -J  IIIccilli������act         1   Camborne. '.      Tl  (Jlaeier.   ...:..     I   St, U'ou   .'  1  AI low head      ..       . :i  l"'ilends of Ihe l.ilinnl ii.u-lv.ire ni|iie-ted to  moot al r.u.li nf 1 liu above ii.iiik.iI ikiiiiis lose  led iIcIck.iIcs for such coin cut ion.  J lie niceliiK,' f6i* lhe st lei tion ol Ihc Hovel-  slol.-c dek'Kitcs will be held on Tuc-d.ir, Auk.  Mill, at Iho A-������ocinlinn's looms, al s |i. in.  Kriciids of Ihe p.uty uivilnl.  Tl. ('OOKK, Seeiel.uj.  Learn By Mail.  WANTKO-KA fTirKUI. I'KftSOX TO Tit A V-  cl foi will t'.l'.ahli-'lir.rl lion-em .1 few (ouiitic.  dlli.-K,' on rnlail iiit-rohanU and a^f-nt-.. Local  territory. :-*.i],i.-y SItel a jour .md cx|n-inen,  payable 313.70 a wn-Ic in r.vsh tin<\ ��������� (iicn-cs lui-  \iinr,.f| '"o-.iiion T'crm.iiiriit, llu-iiiffs -ik..  osf.il and ru-hliii;. Ijiclo^c rclf ml<lrc^s<.(l  nnvi'.t,f,e. SI ind.ird ifoiiM', ���������<]', ( nxlim lllilx.  Chicago.  Pitman's Business Courses  are known all over (he  - world.  Full  course from  'en Dollars.  A E. BENNISON  Baker and Confectioner.  lias opened hi-i uevv bakery on  iWelvenzie ,avenue and li'iiMs  that his past cxperienci- in the  eil.v vvill ineritr.'i fair shine of  public patroniige.  A VULl, LINK OK  CAKES and CONFECTIONERY  Home-Made Bread a Specialty'  Revelstoke Grows Fast  We grow f.isler, having added  lo our JJ.ikery ,mrl Conteetionery  business full lines of  Groceries and Camp Supplies  ������������������ ��������� : -": notice:. ��������� -   ^  ntAKK NOTICE Hull thlily dii->, after dale I  .1/ intend lo imply to the Chief Coinniisnlonci*  ol iiiinds and ..Works for n special license lo  cut aid carry away timber fiom the follmviiiK  ilesenbeii land-Mtiiatcd iu Cialcna Ilav, .Upper -  Arrow Lake, Wesi ICooteniiy.' and ninrU'd '  ���������,'linilier llorlh I). II." ,   ��������� i. ... ,���������  'C'uiniiieiicliiK nl. a, po-t planlcd''noitheast  corner ou W. Heatly's west surveyed line, nm-  niiif? noi Hi and south, and about I wo (2) chimin  norlli of JIill Crook, and about Lwo (���������_>) mlle-i  noilhea-stol CalenaJln.v, Upper Allow Ijiko-  Ihence soiilhKll ubaiiis, Ihciico wc-l SO chains,  I hence iion.li HI chains, thonce cast SO chains, to  place of Cdiiiiucnci'inciil., ���������* ?  , J)ated iit\\irovvlicii(l, 11. U��������� July Willi, lDOX     '  DAVIli UKATTY.  ,     OKRT11.-IOATIC   OK    I JII'KOVli.VI IJNTS.  NOTICE.      '  ��������� \  Jlcadow  (juucii   and   Aloiinlniu    JI    Minci.il, ]  Claims, hituale  iu  the'Airon   l,nko Almin;  Division of West ICooteniiy Di-triel.  VMioie loealed:  On Oianite Mountain, al Ihc' I  licad ot Mineial Cieek.  TAICK NO'llC'K thai I, Ivennelh I.. Iliirnol,  (ntjenl forSiinlh Curh-. Kso.,'l''ioe Mincr'n Cei-  lll.catc No. J'7.Ttl7, and L. Wilhain"-,,- Ksf|., Kreo  iMinei-H Ccilillealo No. JI,i7,jS.i.) Kicc illiner's  C'lihllcateNo. H7.iVI.', intend. si\ly -da\-i from  lliednlc heieof. loapply to tlio.MiiunK Kccorder  foraCeihllcaieof Jininovcinciits, for tho purpose or obi.nniiiLf a Crown 0'iant of llio above  claim. - ,   -  And furthei' lake notice that aclion, under  Section '17, must he commenced before the issuance of such Corlilieale of Improvements.  Dated tliia Second day of July, A. 3)  1803.  '    ' KKNNKTII I.. llUIlNKT. I'. L. S.  CiORTIl.'ICATJO OF IMI'KOVJi.MKNTS.  Agents for  tho  MONSOON  (Jelehi'.ited  TBAS.  NOTICE.  I'lirllaiiil Jlinnr.il C'lniin.'-siluiile in" Iho Allow  I.i.il.o lUiiiiiiK'Divisioii or West Kooteiuiy Hi-.-  tnct.  ,.  When,  loc.ilcd:  On C.uiboo Cieek,  aboul  1(1  miles from Iho month.   -  TAKE NOTICE Uml I, Kenneth I,, lliimel, ������r  ltossliiiul, (.iKcii( Tor Mr. JI. J*. KinKl Spi-rinl  J-iec ainior's Jjicense No. ."iKKi, issued at Ki.-s-  I"1!'.' ,*!"." 8('',. 'I'".) Free Minor', (>it ilieato No.  III.)ij>, intend, sixlv days fiom the dale hereor.  loapply to Iho Miiiiuk Recorder foi ii Ortificnto  olJinpiovements, Tor tho puiiioso of obtiiiuiiiK  a Ciown Grant of the nbiivo cliiim. .  And   fuithor lake notice Dial  nctioii, under  ncchon .ii, must he coiiinicnced before tho is-u-  anceof such C'crtillcato of Improvenicnts.  Dated this twenty-fifth day of Juno, A. D. moi.  KENNETH L. BURNET, P.'L. S.  M. A. SMITH & CO.  Victoria Road, lievelstoke.  WANTED  FOR SALK-lOOncivs ot land  enfc to  railway station- also live  Ktiocl   cows.   Address    II.   O.  Snlinon Ann, IJ. G.  id.pic-  o live  Friisci',  The flevelstoke Hospital Society  NOTICE.  ;,!,.  uMnrH will be ri'i olvil  by  Die  under  ���������ii������i,<..l  '"or the   pwltion  of nocon'd a-.-lj.ninl to  Ihc MnHeal Superintendent of tbo  Ci vcMokc  Ifospir.il up till Monday, AugiHtZllli ii������vt.  Apple nntH   will   ple.MO  Mtuli;   >|iiiilini;.illuiH  and v,i|,  ry c<p''ct������d.  A.  K. flfll'I'S. Hccrtl.iry.  WOOD YARD  Pitman's Business College.  Opposite Mold  Vancouver.  SAMSON & PAULSON,  Painters, PaperJiimgers, Signwriters  ICALSOMIMiVO   DONH.  CJidcis leceivc proiiipl allention.  .Second Mrecl.       -        KKV KI.STOK K  NO. 5 COMPANY R. WI. R.  NOTIOE.  Diill of 111.,  allow   (Jnnip.iiiy will   lie  in tin* Drill Miillni 7:.'.'0 i-vi-i y Tuesday  und l-'ridny ni^hl till I'm I hei nolice,  IJv older  II. A.   IJItOWN, O. 0.  Jo G-ny Barber  JEWELRY  WATCHES  and a  complete line  of the  GENUINE  111" M islci* Michanic'M I'uio Tar Soap hcal-i  and soflciH Iho skin, uln'lo [.lumpily c-leiiusliiK  11. ofKidisc, oil, nisi. clc. IiitnliiiLlilc for me  clninic-i, fniiiier-i. vpoitmueii, Kreo "ample on  r;-(cl[il of l������o for poilnKo. Allicil Tollel Snap  (.()., inaniifiicliirors, Monlnal.  I have slni'led n pei iniiiieiit Wood  Vard un Thiid Mi cut. With my past  experience I hope to he in u position  to satisfy nil rei/iiiieriienls of cii.sloin-  (���������!*>. .Mill nnd cordwood s'upplied in  any lengths nl, reduced prices fur cash.  Jt. .SAMSON.  ft WATI5RSON.  Bricklayer and Stonemason  i' o no\ i9i.  UKVKI.STOIvl';, H. C.  All linrtof Mason woi I.- nuclei tnken.  Kstinialed (jivon for buildings, etc  M ���������  FOR SALli-A first class livery and  fieitfhtinj,' husiiiess-.    Apply oillee  ot Ivootenay AI nil.  WJ  AN'J'EI)  Illinois.  Revelstoke.  for   Fiench    Ctcck���������20  Apply E. A. Bradley,  WANTED���������Experienced mill weigh)  Apply at once. Ivoolenay River  Liiinlicr Co., Nels-on, B. 0.  WANTED-Huieh.i.sei'   |*���������i-  store in growing town.  ANTED-Huiehasei  store in grovvi  oOiee ICoolenay Mail  geneial  Apply  WANT TO SEI.L-Tvvnof the hes-t  hotel invefatineiils. in Kootenav.  For   piii'licul.'ii.s   npfily  iMail oHice, Revelstoke.  to   Kootenay  Rogers Bros."  Knives, Forks,  Spoons, etc.  K}ei cnrefullv cxnmnicd mid  I   |Ipropirlv filled to the hest Krnde  urzrrtt  ' Repairing.  w  ANT   TO    SELr.-luteiexIs    in  ld-lie.tting iiiiiii'i.il  clniins on  Fish Creek.    Apply Io ollice of  Kootenay Mail.  ANTED TO SELL-Two   houses  w-  home; each properly vvill let for $15 ������  month: price on each propel ly iji.'-UO.  For particulars apply at oillee of" Kootenay Mail.  WANT TO .SELL-Univer.-ily   ed  ition of Shakespeare ivith illus-  ti-ntions.-ind note*.   Price $22 ou terms  namely $2 cash and $2 per month. Apply at Kootenay Mail.


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