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Array ,-r  Provincial I.ibinrv  ���������* ".'.,' *n - ,t('*j ������'������pb((^'r  READ BY'  *        r      '          i  5,  000    ���������  ���������    ,  PEQPLE. ^  THE HOTEL VICTORIA'  ,K  IX'I.BASON",  VICTORIA:-       -      B.  Aiik-iIv.iii mi.I Kuro; can l'liui.  ''       , Ainerlcnii I'i.in fJ.nxmd tfpwnrdh.  ^tc.iin Heated,        <��������� Sample roonih.    ,  mftwurinuiimiinn^ai  U.  ��������� iWA  i,  ' * V-* I  rs,  Vol. lO.-No. 15.  REVELSTOKE. B.;0., JULY II, 1903.  $2.00 Per Year  ALL LINES OF  Staple and pancy Dry Goods  ;;   Ready-Made Clothing,  Men's Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes  Our" Geo. A. Slater "Invictus Boot" is a Daisy. , Ask to see it.  u  .  '  ' Notice a Few of Oiir Special Lines:  -    '    '-, -    , RUG U LA It'"  Men's Suit's in grey unci mixed colors, $6.50;  Men's'Suits iii grey and mixed colors, 1000,  Men's Suits in grey and mixed colors,' 1 1.06,  Men's Rain Coats....'..' '.,. .>..'��������� 16.60,'    ,  ,Men's 'Rjiin, Coals. .^ ...... X.   Men's fan Hoots.'"'^ir" \Villo\v Calf  Men's "Tan 'Boots, "'' * Vici Kid. . .  Men's Tan Hoots,' ��������� '��������� Box Ccilf..:0.  Men's 13lack, Boots;  /' -Dpngoln Kid,  Ladies' KaiirCoats. . . .y. .-.: .' '. io.'oo,  Ladies' Rain Coats.,:. . . .' ,������������������������������������������������������? 6.00,  Ladies' Rain Cbaisf".'. ....... :'. . .'.'.   ,4-7o-  775.  5.00.  5 'oo,  4 oo,  2o<V  ' NOW  $4 50  1 "7.00  7; 50  10.00  5.00  ;2.50  ^ 2.50  ��������� 2.00  '-1:85  7.00.  4 00:  3.00  JUST. ARRIVED  A  fine "assortment oi'Dress  ''    Curtain Muslins'."  ind  Kindly favor us with your mail order.  ���������It wMIPreceive.prompt attention. " _. ���������  GEORGE  "  "   S 'i "    ,        , i  ^Succe-sor to Taylor Dins. &Guoigo,J Limited.  -j. ���������  '1 rft>X~ e"' ~   " '- ^'-       '       *'     -'������'-    - -���������   -"  ' ��������� <���������    "������������������-"���������        <<&-  W  A  \   ������*,  '    ,. :.. '-*a������>������-. ki.w,������-i. "B--fs,Si^<pV^ ir ��������� 1 ������b���������.j,--^    .1- ^fjffl  (iii ,- /'������t -.^'C * i ^/       .^-      -* ' *��������� ~  READY-MADE CLOTHING.'  /< y ��������� ������������������������������������������������������ ' ^  Big Horn Brand,- B.\C. Union Made Overalls, Shirts,' etc.; <*������  Boys Suit's, Boots, Hats and Caps. , ^  '   v REVELSTOKE STATION,;B. C. ,    , %  r\fb  fvtrt  WE PREMIER  Addresses Well Attended Meeting  t   r  at Revelstoke*   ,  An audience of about 250, including s-cvcral ladies,,gathered at the  oneui'house on Thursday on the  occasion of an siddreFS by the  Premiei, Hon. R.'McIJridc. J. M.  Scott, President Conservative As-  Bocialion, occupied .the chair, and  Mc&feis. Siljlialcl, \V. M.'Brown, J.  T.'Wii'-on, Law, T.Taylor and P.  tftlcGni'ty accompanied the'I'ieinier  to"the platform. Tlie cliairnian invited ninny others ,16 join the party  pn the platform but,the invitations  were not icipondciV lo. Tlio first  ���������speaker culled on was     , <���������  ,   /' t T. TAYI.OII, ,   ,���������  'lnunibur for Rovel&toko in 'the la'te  Icgi&laturo. JJe was icceived.with  cheer*-, 'and said it .wab a great  pleasiuo to him to'Kcis-&uch a rep-  're.-enlativc gatheiing,^ and have  with them tlie'ptenuei- of tlie piov-  incc. ,A great many wlio icfused  to join in,the p.nly line movement  of 10U0 now taw the erior of their  ways, and lie believed'that from  one end of'-Brki&h Columbia to the  other the conservativep party wiis^u  united p.irty. He wii'- inclined/to  think,&0111C. of the eltort wliichjio  had 'put forth in tho intoio&t of the  ]j,u-t,vC line movenicn't hud borne  fiuit.1 The premier lost no time in  cilling.1 puicly conservative cabinet, showing he al all events was  not afi.iid to face the it-sue in this  provincca&'aconservntiveX (Cheers.)  Having at'the holm as they had a  young, native-born son as piemier,  theii ch'ances for victory rat ,the  cqming* election were ' very, very  bright indeed., He had been' exceedingly gratified, with the kind  and cordial icccption tendered Mr.  McBride as his friend and leader at  New Westminster. 'On every side  he saw 'tlie kindest'feeling expressed  and men-who had, been of the opposite persuasion^ wished him good  luck in the campaign.  Mail  Ordcis  Receive  Careful ,  Attention  If we kiiew just exactly what people would buy and  just what they would pay, we could do a very, big business  in ,i small store. - But the only way to manage is" to keep,  a store full pf goods and adjust the prices righ't.  We aie doing   this.     We sell nothing  but what is  Vine if we say it is     Strong if  we  beinii M3.    We do the best we know^to  honest in quality,  give it credit for  tiive you the kind of" goods  you come for.    We have all  e fit to sell and try to dispf;Cy~them  "Visitors    are^ teselcome,  nc������& to look at.  goods thflt :i  kinds of  to   best   advan'.a'ji  Always something  Dry Goods  Showing   new' Muslins   and   wash goods for waim  -weather. Wash Silk Gloves.  Tsew Neck Wear. Ladies' Belts, etc.  Boots and Shoes  Headquarters for Union Made Goods.    Everything  from a special miner's boot lo'the finest ladies' shoe.  Groceries  We make a specialty of high class epicurean  novelties and handle the Standard World's Brands  Hardware  Shelf iand  Heavy Hardware.  Contractor's Supplies.  Minin'' Outfits  Men's Furnishings  New line of men's warm weather Shiit-,   Soil fronts  LIMITED.  Millinery and Dressmaking Parlors Second Floor  pp>;^5W.������MWJ-������M!HI!J|l^^  ,. iir-- j'j;n,-oNAn^rosirio.N. ,  1 This was not tlie time or place to  go. in to, the question of his stewardship as'then-.'^cpresentative, but"in  a few. weeks he^ might rhavc' the  Hon5r of addiessing them ^.011 these  matters. JKc had;implicit "confidence, in his .leaders and,'m 'the  gentlemen he had called \to" his  cabinet, and the great cqnseivatiyc  paity,'of which they wcie'all proud;  would, lie .was satisfied, when this  election was oyer, be returned to  power by a great majority. (Cheers  and dissent )t  1 IIO.NS K. m'iHIIDI.  said be was pleased .to' be with them  that e\ening in company with his  esteemed colleague, Mr. Taylor, to  discuss mr.tteis of interest. Pie  resigned the position he held as  minister of mines because of the  fusion "between JJimsmuir and  Mai tin, and'joined the tanks of the  oppositio'n. lie had since then  fought every bye-election, and with  success where he had-a fair chance,  tlie exception being North Victoria.  He id viewed the struggle over the  Canadian Northern, tinougliw'Inch  the people saw they' mu������t' .ha\e  "paity ] 1 no-. -He bad always been a  firm belnner in p.irty line- in nuler  to obtain settled conditions. It was  not until the 'gieat fight of 1&96  this province was biought to lecog-  nn-e p.uty lines. 'Both libeial and  coiT-ei \ative conventions had now  efidoi.-ed party lmeo. -  (JA.N.\I)I.\.N .\oiiuii:it.N\  lie condemned the Canadian  No'itliuin scheme, by which it was  pioposed to gi\e away millions of  acic of land and millions of dol-  Iais without the authority of the  people. If such a policy had been  attempted in the general elections  of 1900 most undoubtedly the party  attempting such would have gone  down to defeat.' They knew wli.it  a monopoly the C. P. R. enjoyed,  and it wn- a matter of much favor  to get any consideration at their  hands. . Jf the Canadian Northern  bill hifd passed it"would have meant  the whole northern portion of B. C.  being handed over to McKen/.ie &  Mann���������timber, water, coal, everything practically. Behind it all  was a scheme to give Dunsmuir a  present of $2,000,000 for a railway  urn at a loss. '        j  I'AIin    I.IN1X  When called upon to foim a gov-  ernmenthc had no othei course but  to call on his conservative fi lends,  and in future the responsibility of  government would be on two great  pintle- of which any country might  well be proud. (Cheers.) As a  n-riilt they would "-ce a return of  confidence and the march of  pi ogres- ������uch as had iwer been  known. In the pieparalion of the  \otcis libt* he had gt\<5n 11 s much  consideration (0 the lecogmtion of  liberals a* con-ervatn.es and if  \ictory "hould come to tbeconserv-  ,ui\e- even the libei.ils would lie  ������.,ili-la,d. li would lead to mon*  piogtessive times.   (Cheers.) Those  who,did not see eje to eye with  either pa ity, independents and  socialists, would, be given every  consideration. ' Theie was absolutely no' question so fitr as he  could sce"as to the outcome of this  fight. The conservative " 1 party  should win by two to one. (Dissent.)  They should sec'to,, it that every  man capable of "exercising the franchise was on the vbleis list." -It was  also important lo have ti largo  voters li^t as members attached  much weight 'to the number of  names on these lists when 'considering the'estimates. The list did nol  close till'Aug. I'lth. The,^larger  the number of names'-on the 10II  the bigger would be tho majority of  the conservative candidate.  1 Till:   I'LATTOHM  of the conservative party had been  printed in the papers for somo time.  He claimed for the people thenght  of regulating rates where iiid'was  given., The conservative party believed in government owneishi'p of  railways where scondition^permitted', nnd asin case of railways under  federal authority, powers for pio-  tcctioii of the rights of (lie people.'  He had not time to go into the  question of f  oovi:iiNMi:xr ow.Ni.iisim1  1 ' '  but the fedeial government, in dealing with the Grand Tiunk, had laid^  the   coiner-stone   of     go\einmcnt  owneiship ,of  1 ail way-/   (Cheers.)  lie pointed out the'iush of railways  to the coast���������the  Canadian' N01 thorn, the'Grand   Ti'unk,  the  Trans  Canada. l'  The   country    requiied  opening  up  with  lnilwajb and he  urged making it as easy, as ))ossible  for people  who  nieanu business to  jiroceed   with   their  works without  having to go  through   useless foi-  malitics. ,    -i,      ���������   ,  *    ���������_ t       L   ,  ciii.vi;"i; ami .iai"-.  Up to,date the  iib'er.il pitity had  failed  to  obtain   the, exclusion of  Chinc-e and   Japanese . They had  raised the poll   t.ix'on   Cbine-e to  $500. but so far  as  Japanese were  ���������concerned they might come in without let or .hindrance.    The 'inroad  of the Jap was to be" challenged a1-  well'   as   the   Chinaman.  < Wheie  thcie used lo l)p thpusands of white  fishermen on^thc-Fi.isei^ Japs 'had  taken   cont'iol." and   the^same' in  lumbeiing    and   other   industiies.  (Cheeis.)    It was;' a crying shame  thatnhc,people" oi" B.*C.*^liduld'be  icquiied to continue"this agitation.  Was the" mother countrv   to lcfuse  to extend   to   British Columbia the;  same privileges as'had been granted  to Australia 'and   Natal?    He said  " No," and   was' not satisfied with  the explanation given fiom Ottawa  ���������that it was a matter of  uupeiial  concern.      His   colleagues,, lions.  Wilson aiid Green, had gone to~Ot-  tawa with most specific instructions  on this matter.  The p.uty of which  he was leader  would   insist on the  lights of the people being obseived,'  and   that   B.C.-be   preserved  fpi  white people  (Cheers )    He hoped  to li.ivec the. assistance  of  Fenator  Templcman and'.the B. C. members  in  insisting   that   Launei   should  carry out his pledge of 1S06 that in  this niattci the wishes "of the people  of B. C should   pievail.    (Cheei-.')  Notwithstanding  the  statement of  the Japanese government that they  would restrict  emigiation   the 0II1-  cers^ informed   him   llie  lnni'-h of  Japs was now   gieatei    than e\er.  Millions and   million*,   of   doll.11-5  were taken   out  of   B. C annually  by Chinese and Jap'-,  c m;rri;u TintM'-  B. C. paid thiee to four time^ as  much into llie fedeial lio.iMiiy as  any othei province in Canada, and  they got "back but a \ei), vei}  small pioportion. Then cause was  just and they would insist on better  terms. In this matLei conservative  governments weie a& much lo blame  in the past as-- lihei.il 11 is colleagues weie cletei mined lo extinct  from the government al. Ottawa  what they might expect fioin them  in the near future. If they kept up  the agitation they would get bolter  toims. He complained that the  federal government had icfused to  subsidise the Westminster bridge,  which would bring the Gieat  Northern inlo Vancouver nnd add  largely lo the fedeial revenii'-  a mtr.i.zi:.  In the poison of T. Tavlortho  RoveMoke liding had a mc-t painstaking representative. (A voice:  No.) lie did not know who the  gentleman was.  J. M. Kellie���������Give me a show,  I'll show you wheie lie is.  The Premier���������Mr. Kellie by no  means countenanced the letuin of  Mr. Taylor. It is natural, if one is  disappointed, to feel a little soie,  and his judgment is'not unbiassed.  (Laughter ) If Revelstoke had developed into a city of 20,000   Mr. Kellie���������Taylor has never  visited anv section  of  the distuct  CATCHING A THIEF  Smart Ruse at Arrowhead Secured  the Culprit.  j ,  ' With all Slieiloek llohncs's inteiest-  ing (levicoH for catching criminals lie  might liuve Iciiinecl.n tiick woith,  knowing nti'Aiiowhcnd the tthci- cluy.  A man whs caught, i'i Die act of dealing out 11 tool ohdbt und, look to the  timber. I lo hud ������* boat'tit'the dock,  so instead of 'hunting tlio' timber for  him an onlookci got h piece ol tcle-  giapli wiie nnd fiibtcned the boat lo a  pile About 10 p. 111. the man wsis  -cuii sliuldng dmvii, to the dock, get-  iiiic in the ,hoiit and ' pulling out.  Kinding the -"bout a-i lie lliougbl  ii--iouii(I lie implied it oil nud pulled  tlnec v i.'iiicmis atiokes when the boat  checked up nnd the bystandcib went  down (0 the dock nnd niiustcd liiin.  A Large consignment,of CROCKERY  just to hand, including'all,kinds' of,  GLASSWARE'for Hotel and Hoilse-  use.  GEOLOGICAL    , .,  SURVEY,  *"   1   1  The   Lardeau  ��������� Section <  Now < In  t 1 ^W      l    ������      f  ' ,  u ,'-    ' hand.--] -        <  -,  Messi'j Biock and Boyd,tof tlie Nonunion geological -survey, started  Tbui'sd.iy on the 'geologicaljaiuvc'y of  I he LiMleau, of which a map wil!���������lie  it,-in;d lij the Dopii 1 tnient, and will he  of lniiuuii'.e'vaiuu to"milling men. Th'e  sin\cy will take- in Ihe inineinl belt  fiom Fish cicek.to Kojtenay lake,  including the: coiin'tiy aiound' Cam*  boine, Tiout J..1I.0 and Feigu&on Mi,  Attwood, on ���������behalf ot'^thc deal  Wcslei 11 uand Silver Cup companies  has kindly otl'eied them any .issistuiice  in bis*' ponci. Mi'. Biock"-h.is cli.ugc  ot the geological,'and Mi. Boyd of the  topogi a pineal \\01lc.' E  SHOCKING  ACCIDENT.  C. P. R. Brakeman' Killed at Na-  kusp Last1 Night t  '��������� Last night .I'ghocking necident happened ,iLN.ikus[) ,.\ \uungni.in named  Stanley lell oil .1 uni while switching  nt the y.ud ".Tho^tiain jiassed over his  body. GMCn.ipp went south' this  11101 nintr to look after the lnteinient.  HEDEEY^ CITY.  y  since he became member and knew  nothing of its requuements. The  district ha- been treated shabbily.  (Loud   cheers)   ' The   fiiM    thing  ((.'oiitimiu'l ou I' [(,-e I our )  Your coucspoiident paid a cill, at  this lively mining town last week and  \\ns agiec.iblysiiipiisedat,tlie linpiove-  nients theie going "'on." llcdley .City  is situated at the junction of 0-Mile  cieck audi Siniilkaiiiccn livei, about  midway betwecnPrinceton on thcnoi.lh,  11111 Keiemeosuon the south Outside  coinniunieation is made fiom l'cntio-  toiT. v 1.1 C ,1' Jliilw.iy and fiom the  south liy way ol .Midway and K.m view  This village, last Octobei, consisted  of but two lintels a s-toio and a vfew  shacks Now the tow 11 bo.ists of tlnco  hotel- tht co gencial stoics, chug stoic,  launch v, and othei shops, besides foity  01 lift.v dwelling-  Thu octa-1011 foi all ibia lapid giow-  tb is found in the development of the  Nickel Plate gioup of mines, ne.u bj  on N ickel Plate Mountain, which has  thousands of'tons of gokl-heaiing oic-  011 the dump awaiting ticalment A  five-mile elect 1 lc'iailway, a thiee 111 ile  Hume, a 40-st.nnp mill, with powei  hoii-c s iw null,' waichouscs, shops,  el( ,11c ill now well nuclei con  siiiu-iioii, neai llulley Citv 'this  LvUn-ne hoi Iv is _ iiLin_r dot.e tiiului  the nianagjiiient of M lv llodgois foi  the Yale Mining comp.inv indwili  e\lend well into nevt jc.n hufoie fully  completed  The piessing need now nt this c imp  is men who want to woik L.iIhii-  eis, skilled mechanics, fieightcis who  have wagon* .incl teams, nnd men who  would contiact foi gniding, tock-vvoik,  ticstlciind (lunic building Laboicis  ���������tie paid J?'������ 00 pel day; cupenteis,  1i'l0(); fieitrht men iji-iOOO pei ton foi  ���������ill height lioni 1'tnt icton  The outlook fen a i.tilwny thiough  this valley was novel bctlei. This  once a icality, Siniilknmcen valley  will lake hci iightful place among tho  he ivy gold pioducois of the province  '' No.-1- CREAMERY' BUTTER, in  , prints and boxes, EGGS, California.  .and1 British Columbia, FRUITS ar-.'  ; riving- daily by Express.  : BOURNE" BROS:  ,    >\ Headquarters, for Groceries': ^ ^ f; '}':^ j  '"' of Guarantee'd Quality.,,,-;^.*.*"'^ s^  r   , ,-,?��������� .������������������  -,T(rf,f-vi*i:  SUMMER  q-OppS;.;  AT MONEY-SAVING PRIOBS-V"  Ladies,'Fancy P.tni'.nli. Mlt'pi kc ijil fK).' ,.   *        ,     '<* 4    r '   .,   t~ i\  Uhildi en'- Fancy Parasols, sale pi ice '1 "k. ' a .  ���������  ' ^Ladies'Punt Costumes, regi'ilai-$2.o(l,    Sale pi ice* $1..VJ.      *   '    ",(  Ladies'Alu-lin Costumes, y.j,-ah'pi ic $2.j'J.   -     - '  'Ladies' White Picpie and Duck Skill-, !?.j. sale price $3.60.\  ' Ladies' Wrappers, one line, iprii1.ii' J-i2 30, -ale price $1.25.  ,     , Odd lines of Coisets $I[.m'd $1.25,>.-ali- piicsoO.   y^  1     Coloied Muslins, sale pi ice Sl per yaid. , '  '       j    !      ', j(  Prints in checks and stripes, sale pine 7e pel j.ml.\ . '/>  Bleached Cottons, 30 inches,"sale pi ice 7c- per y.ud. ^       'r ���������-  ',   Pillow Cottons, It inchf-, s.ile puce 12ic^pci yard."^ . -'     "'    -  S  ���������  Bleached .Sheeting, sale pi ice 2.3c per,y.ud. ,,'    --X ''"     '   r'\,''     -���������,   -.  Flannelettes', sale pi ice .-)<; pei yard.     f^ '   '      '*,'.; ,' *ii t  Men's Black C.lshincie Sock'-al 2."k. r ,.  '-    **"?,*> \  ,,.     M'eti's'Cnlored Slid Fi out Shut-",(tOUc-.        .       ,       ''-'^  ' >.- ' "i<%,  . 'Men,'- All-Wool Tweed Par|t- at l-il ">.        ^ ��������� -    -;'l*S  ���������'"���������-*--  ..'     Men\ All-Wool Tw'ced Sn.-i,- SS~ 00 .- i   ���������       -; "    t   ',""."'    -J?-,  *-t7 j f * -ip* "i      ���������    ' J"^l-    *- ���������"���������*  .' -   Lndies" Sailor ILitss'-ale puce 2ot     '���������.',' -<     % *'   \^~''  Ludies'Tiimine^l lint-," tegular St and $l,sale pi ice $2."       ;     .."."'  '-.     ^.Cliildi.en's^ind Mis^-es'Jl(;n.dv-U(-Weni H if-.^ y 'j,[ ���������^ .,'.--Jj~4w-n'ti~ ^ "���������  'v        ,<     ^,r.,^      "���������'���������i 'ii'cc'iiliijv SI 25 aml^Sl. s.ilii pvicc.oOc,  "   y  -���������    "Sfl<u,,"Di,p.iiLiiieiit���������Lndie-' njie-sli'.ip Slipp-r at $1.25.*    ,;"' ���������'    ��������� ���������*������'������  ,^.  .���������v   ' S, 'rt?!������|  .^,i'y '/-, tf,"U-..<|  r-r    y    - '->-,'���������. ^���������tr*<f<rl  ,/Jl  -.fSkMrivl  * *'/ *l)t  - - '���������' y v-Vf  I   i  ���������>  v t' > *   ("'-' I  r-'    >,   iV   -���������?'  r u   y '. xyAfi^f  ���������/ ,,--.(   ,,*-Vl  Ti    -        '      J*/    .-'.-l^j^l  ���������   ���������*-   ��������� er Zt'r.x  ~ i ~. ,4^-i '���������-      ���������-*   if.1 u  lS   ���������"r--iv'fliv  ��������� p ������*������������     , v..  a/sjj  f 0    v    * e'-t'XU.tJCf  ->-i~y _. ���������'; ^'f;  *���������"'' 'T,  ' '"V*?^3p9*l  \t  ,Ss.  ^  -vi������-j    ���������>    "IjTtfy*-.  "Ladies' Ostmil-^it St.25. . , ' _ , ���������?, '    , "  ���������Men'- Shoes���������We-,ue otterin'R.'.'  <-pecial  . ,      (\Vi\miif������ Shoe l hi- se:/-bn at $2.50.  h.ip-pram   in '.i  H.ird-  i- s  ;reid-& YOUNG,,  Special Attention to Mail Orders.  DRY HOODS  REVELST6KE.  MERCHANTS.  B. C.  Write for Samples.  -    r \ .    Agents fni  Butteiick Patterns.  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One, of tho most piomising mineral
sections pf tho piovinco today is that
yonci-iilly known ns the' Liiitlonit null
comprihiiifj Kibh , and I'ool eieuks,
Tiout hike and the cfiinps^ ai-onnd
I'Y'i-t-nson. Amidst (lidicnltics ot the
n bi st description this section shows'a
late of progiess nhiiosl wondeifnl, continuing the elements of pci-nianonce,
stability, nnd prolitnhle lettinis for the
investment of capital.
'' 11 is generally left to , one or,two
inen tosetXthe iputso in mining ns hi'
oveiy'otlioi" la,inch of industry in a
new connliy, nnd to ' - /
Il.< I'OOL,   ,
a  whole,
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Cuplen.tot Tiik Mail may bu olilJililid fiom
(ibu following city agent.--:    tj '
"'    , '     'J. W. Hn.NNi.rr. *
,*     y   , ax ada Unco �� Hook (,'(,.        ���>
,���   ", -K. U.' Wi:i.i.s. .    '
HARVEY, McOAllTBR    *    r  '
',,     " llAlllllSTIUlS, solicitous, ihe' y  ,
omens.:   Molsosb  Uask   lli.oeiv,   Ui.m-.i,-
,     ,' ' ' blOlvT.,  11. C.
*   Money to loan.     *   i , ', \    ��
~^-Omce.-,:.Kcvelatoke, U. C; Kort Steele, II. U.
i.ko S. JlcCAitrKit,       <v    ���" -1    u v   v
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1        _     JMlMNG^liiNGINISElt,
, (^(Mein.  American Institute JilinlnK Kn���'iiin.i-I
1-, (     ^r   (Mem. Canadian Mining tn-tilute I    ;
~'~^ y, ---y- -Revelstoke. B. 0. -��� -
'     .KxftiiiiiiiUion of and'repoiU on  Mineial I'm-
>-  *   *       hi    A pcitic-a Siiecinlty.    .    '
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,"5iu iej-, of Mineral Cl.inii-, Tnnbci ilcilli-,n
\    te-r,, J-   '"     Cio��n  UvtiiK' >   -'
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' , &ire of J. I). Snt'iua-, Ki:\ i.i.sioKi., II fl
Mining ICnyincei and Jlcliilluii-i-l ���'
,'   . J--        i-  ,     '-   Sl'COIAL'lll 6.       ' i
, Kx.iniiimtion-  nnd llepoil- on  Minim* cl'iop-
_ yit crtie-. - ,
* Specification and  Constniclion ot Mining M.i-
1    ' chinury. 1 - ���
Test* uioile of Ore- and Cnnceiitintionfoi Cliloi-
V,J *% mc end Cjnnule Trcatinent ���    >
' Hydraulic Plant.-.- r " f
-.4. C - f' -T ���.    ""Bc(lfonl ^l��N'eil Code -
the Jjiiiilciiii, as a whole, ii pei'liaps
inoie indchtcd than to any other inaii
for Ininging'it to the point of nr.ning
(l(>vclopiiii'i,t iciiched Iheic lodny,
Mr. J'ooljs nnnie is most intimately
'associated {\ith the Ncttitr I-, iind'thC
Client Western Mines conipany whicfi
opeinted it. When 'he look hold of
tho la-tliifd) it was one ,of 'the"inlist
iiiiproniisiiigtpiosi'iects,, ever lnindled,
hut development proved up ' largo
deposits pf liigli-gnide ore, 'and the
piopcrty/not onlyg paid the cost of
development hut made hig nioneyifoi-'
its |n'incipiil shiirelioldeis, sonic of
whom licciime comparatively rich inen
liy the realisation of then inleie^ts.
'Mr. I'ool siilise(]iiently look up the
Silver Oup nnd tlicj Oy-.slci'.'Uiilci'ioii,'
-uch success attending the oi'ici'iition
of these pioperties tluit"'\\'. I>f,J'ool
has come In be'lOg.udeiUiSj
i " Til I-'LOOK   01' Till:  LAIIDIIAU,",-    '
t       I ' I ^ .   .   ^ ^
aud  the pio-peclor rtells   the   visitor
w.tli'jii settled coin iclion , that f'lJilly"'
I'ool lias only to   bikomp'n 'ptospect
auyuheie  aiu'l   under  iiny conditions'
fijr it, to tin n n.|L.liumps,?its bine is his
luck, and such i-> thd coulitlcnce of the
camp'in   his  operations.   They point
lo llie piomise or his new ..c(|Uisition,
theiUlcl jloinestcad, asJiinfithei. pi oof
or his luck"   ^jlt is'hettei'%0  ho jioi n
lucky than nel'i,"' and   while Mr. Pool
inn'y bo Kicky, it-must not he foigottcn
'he i- one ol   the pioneer piospectois of
the ljaideau,>*fioni rw-hoin'^rodl cieek
denve-  its   nnnie, /and  "tlnit %e  has
piohahly a lictlcr  piacticiil know ledge.
s  a   whole than anv
,t   TWO (10LI)   IIIIIC'ICS
hii\(! heen produced, showing the 'oio
milled (yielded from $12 to $20 a ton,
and tlimo was also considernhlo gold
in the concentrates. Though no
strict' account' ih avnilahlo, tho oi-o
would appear t6 Jiavc yielded1 about,
.$1.7.1)0 per ton on nu a vertigo.
'battery, on the .second floor the amalgamating tables and on ,thc bottom
lloor the power lmiifeo and vanncrs.
The mill is designed bo that the portion
now in course of construction shall be
the first .section of a '10-stanip mill,
provision being 1 mi ile for battery
foundations to that e.\toiil. The upper
poition 'of the* mill covers a space of
02 feet 4 inches by .'JO feet (i inches.
The viuiner room makes an addition of
48x39 foot 0 inches. .J.'W. Clime, ono
of the most oxpCiienccd mill men iu
the employ of tho Allis-Chambcrscompany/is in chinge of construction of
the mill.        , ,      ,
; '     ,    i'owi:u. ' (
Water is being brought in fiom Pool
creek to piovide power. 'AiJItune, is
being laid for <i,000 foci. 'The pipo will
have a diameter of 18 inches at(thc
upper portion 'and 10 inches for the
lower, and will be 1,000 feet in length
Power will'be1 generated by thiee Pel-
ton wheels'.'-/The "company expect to
nive slumps dropping in August,
\ "rui: i-iia.mwav.       '"   , 4,
r To convoy the ore0 Irom thcjiuino to
the mill a contiact has been let tn'JJ.
O. Jtiblet, of Melsoii, foi consti notion
of an aeiinl tnuuway. 'J'hc ,liue 11ns
been cleared and construction will begin as^soon as Ihe contiact for'the
Oyster-Critoiion'is compleleil.'
The^iilimiet and li. 0. have secured
a lirst'cluss supeiintendenl in ,1. Knox,
M.E., who is ajgimluatc of tbe<Michi-
g.n'i Uollego of'Miocs, and held a ies*
lonsible position for somu time ill the
Tiiniountain, one of the'cbjg^coppci'
pioduccis ol^Michigiur ' It is^snfe to
say with a maii ill Mr.1 l<ni-.\''o call bio
nt tho hoad/if thoii mining biieiations
nl Camborne, llfo Calumet 'au'd'B. C.
will obtain tho host results thatcau be
got fiom their piopoi ty
|A(l(i|ili'il al Itouilslol.ij, ,S(i|ileinb(ii l.'ltli, 100.
,1. Tluil lliis(oini>nli(iu icalllniiK llie policy
of tlio parly in matter?, of iirnviuciiil roads mid
InulHitliu (i\mi(ii-Iii|i and cotilrnl of iml\\(i\-.
and lint dini'lopineiil nf llm iiKiieiillural icmiiii-
ec-ol the piowuci) n ���> laid down in the pint fin in
adotilml in Oc-loboi, IS'll), which is as follows:
"To iu liu'lvaid in tlio con-lriiulIon of trails
IIikiiikIioiiI, lliu iiiidinnl(>i>i-d poilions of tlio
province nud lliu luuldiii',' of Ihe tiroiniiicial
iiiiiiK- loadsol jmlillc noeu-isily.     4
"Tip nd(f|il lli()]iiiii('ipli|4(if Kotuiiiinuiilowiiei-
sliipol iiulwu\s in sn Iiii us till) CIIUIIIII-lllllCOl
ol tlio piovinco will admit, and lliu adoption
of tlio pnnciplo thai no bonus should boKUlilod
loam riulwii) coiiipiuiN which dooH not khu
tho Kinoininuiit nf Iho proMiico control ol infos
ohm linos IkiiiiidUiI, IokcIIiui with Ihe Iho ojition
ol purchase) ' t
"Xo iiclnuh nssi-,1 bv "jlulo nidjin Iho
(luiul(i|iiii(iitot the (ih'iiculUiriil iusuiirci)si oT
(ho pniMiice.       it      n ��� T ' ,k '
12. Thai in Iho niuiiiitiinu and tinlil tho niilniij
policy ul-mo sol Tin Hi can bo accoiiipli-licil
a Konoral niilwny acl bo parsed, kiviii-- liccdom
to cousliiicl nulwajs iiudei ceil'iiu untinned
lo-'iilatinus, mi doKous lo tho sjsIiiiii thai has
lu-iilli'd in siuli oxlniiilvo iiiilwin coiistiucliiiii
in Iho, United hlalc-., with so'' inuch ndwtntiiKO
to trade and   (oiiunoicu    -^
8., Thai toeiicptiiiiKollio uiinin-,' indusli), Iho
liiMition ul iniil.allil'iiious inine> slioukh hn on
tho babi-j ofQa   poicoutn'-o ou Iho  uol   piollls.
I, Thai lliu Kovoiiiinmit (iwueiship of lol'o-
phono s\sleni should bo broiifilii about as a lirsl
slop in tho iicipiisitiou ol public iilillun,'1        '���
'),( That a poll tun of'moiy ((ml aioa litiiij.il I �����
lo be di-pnsud of should boieseivod fiuiii sale
in luti-o, Hi lluil slalo owned inino.s iimv be
��a-il> accessible, il lliuir opi'Mition bocoines
nouos-ni) oi mlvi-iiiblu.     |  ,'    r
II. That,in (ho pulp land Imisgs provision
should lie tiindii foi- iDfiiiiisliiiK and thill Slops
should be liil.eii Tor thu'-KUiu'ial pn--i'.iviilion
offoiosls'bv KinliilliiK u-fiiinst-, tho wilslerul
du-lriielion of lluiboi. ' '
7. That Iho IckNiiIuio and i;o\(!iniiii'iil
of Iho pin'iiiua should poisovoio In llm ullorls
lo seen ie I ho exclusion of A-inlio luboi.        I
S. Thai the mallei uf licit iu terius iu Iho way
ofsulisidv and ii|i|iio|iiialious fin tho iiiovuiiu
slundd be Wkoiou-Ij |iio.--oil upon lliu Dominion Uliioillllll'llt. (  i      *     if
I   ���        t
Sliort.talks by the Slater Shoc'ad man, No.'3.
II.   Thai    Iho  Sihoi-lead \indu-liio-
prpvlnci) be losleied' ami  oiiCdiiiiiKi'd
of  the
einpliiyed  at  the
mine .mil 2,1 on the mill find flume.
(^   rfi-   '
I'liisr icioi.i)
> *     *    j,   '    r"
��wj ��       e^l--" >���*������-��
^  -   ^,   ^
- ~i^y
u -Bargains1 in'Real'Estate.
u*h'��" {��-(   Oflfl-l! -loiy dwellin(-  on Column
*'ffjiJsi^   ' v V  '   incline, com ���tinini;') looms
<6-|' ^nfl"1 -lor-   cotliiKC.  .1  looms, l.uuo
Wj-tyVKJ *giuden with-mall fiuitjin Mil let v
-Comfortable "s- -loi >,-    (I loomed
���^lot-.-ncwly  pninlcd
s$l,300��-i,o���.c .md
"t nnd fenced. -    t
^CC-f  C\KC\��� "-roomed cottage with batluoom.
y$>L,\JO\J   lotXIMOO.-. ',
vg-f' enrj���Large 2-storj bouse, 11  looms,all
_  q)l)UUu   modemroincineiice-.   A genuine
bargain. i ,"
��� fl?9 nflO-Ite-tauiant   building   on   Fust
vp��i,UUU   street: splendid oppoituiiity foi
JV        v   J     ngbt pnity; good tciuis    , >-
s   (j-i onfl-2���tory lCfidence,' w'cW buill. con-
���pi.OUU   taming S room-v
CQCft���li-story coltage,  j   rooms and balh
w.i       loom, near C. P. It. shops.
<j--| f\0(\���-2story hou-c, 7 looms, near Mc-
.pl,UUU    Ken^io a\cnuc. ( B
41 1 ftfl���2 atory house containing S looms.
,$l,OUU'ceii,ir {Ullal>!c.,
<j--* inrj���lj-story cottage. Grooms lot l(l\ll)o
"<��->  nf\f�����2-story modern residence, 3 lot-, in
>p.J,UUU   (-ood lawn.
(-->  Cfif--2} -tory residence complete and up
^Jjjull   tod.ite, with line grounds.
"V\7"E arc prepared'to loan inrnoy on nnj of
\\   ��� theabo\c pioperties > on the monthly ic-
payment plan'. ',     ,,   t-i '
1 CTT^K hr.ve for sale an improved farm  nc.u
, VI    .the ell}, stock, implements, etc.   I'nce
'���jSilBj    Cash iequiredSl,IX)H.
* ISO SO acres unimproicdl.iml near Salmon
jlXt Ann station, price iOUO on good terms.
LEWIS,BROS. Beal4Estate Agents
SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1903.
of thatjCOiintiy
nlhei mini m it11 '      tit
i:.\'tl.nm\ i: min-i:i,'ai, /.o.vi.. ���
'The   l.aideau      has   diaiaoloi latics
peculi.nly its  own,   which   ha\e maile
it ai lavonte  countiy   with   the  jnos-
pectiii. r Kiom the i.inge of inoiinlains
on ihe west side  of "Fish   C]eek.i.io-
in.likable iiimei.il /one   e\teiid- acioas
I'ouutiy in a  south-easteili diicotion,
ciii-ainy;- Pool   and '.Mohawlv   (;ieek��.
The wi iter  li.i&_ followed   lhisininei.il
/one from   where  it,is  worked emits
known wostci ii(e,\ttumily to Hie Bcat-
i ice mine ouHhe feuninnt of-the di\ ide
'between hc'Iidw-atcis of Jlohawk cict'k1
.iiul  the   \\ntoishcd   of' tho 'ij.iideau
iii:n*lral pin.-nr.AuiNT. t.i:\ds ^
tiaveise tMs/one in paiallel coinses,
fieiiuently (Handing promincntly'ahoye
the countiy lock oi -foimmg inlges
soinelimes 50 feet in height, aa on the
Old Homestead, losembling in appearance the fatuous snilcHe-bnck icofs of
old Mcndigo , The oics of this -/.one
ate aigentifetous galenas oh high |
giade.associated with tetialicdiite and
fice-milling gold '      ,
The gold and ingcntifeinus ores
occur sepiuately. evidently duo to
ilitloicnt conditions o[ deposition, but
ihe sihci-lcad oics also caiij gold   t
.Many piospectois who have ccieiecl
the counti-,. and claim to know it
well, a\ci the niiner.il /one \vch.i\e
lefeued to is continuously ttaeeable.
to the lowei Laidenu. and tlnifr tlm
Xettto h, fsihei Cup. Tiiunc and otboi
well-know n ptopeities on the divide
between the south'toik of the L.ude.iu
and Tiuut'lake leally occiu in Ihe
esteiioioii of this /.one Ji thutbe'tiue
Ibis mineial /one is
l'll ozs
I'llOM    UOI.Dl'-lNOll,
rVAi,ui'. $2,520 "V
The government should take
prompt steps to supprc-s the destruction of deer on Arrow lakes a.s
referred to by la correspondent in
last is>itc. If Canadian Jndians
crois the line to the .-���outh they are
promptly tent back, and the same
plan should he adopted with Indians coming north and doing the
' mischief complained of.
This week we are called upon lo
apologise for a printer'-- error which
occurred in la-t i-<-uu through the
misappropriation anA u=e of the cut
of the (loldfinch gold brick which
appeared over the heading '"Fulton
cup." While apologi-ing to the
donor of the cup for appearance oi
an illustration nf what Kamloops
Sentinel refers to as "-omc old beer
mug," we arc .-orry tii.it the winning of the lac-ro-'-e team was not
one of equal \alue.
D. J. Thome, formoily car in-pcUoi
for the C I'. It and who is now employed at the Kingston mines, has invented and patented in Canada and
the United States a lock nut. H" has
a woiking model in the camp and tho
��� mention nppc.us to be a \alu.il>!oone
The nut i- kept in [dace by a '-mall
spring sunk in the countci. nnd which
holds the  nut  liimlv   in   nl.ice     Jli
OVLIt   'IWL.NTV   .MlI.L-s   l.V  I.LXCril.
rts width is'placed-��� at ,i mile and a
half. Bunds of guiphitic "schists accompany this /.One iluoughout its
length, encasing its leads and foiming
as well clodned walls as caii^bc found
associated with any oie* deposits..
These walls oniiblc the oicboilie��occm-
nng in the belt to be easily located
and followed
oini.it Mixi.it \l /ovi -
Jic at dislanc-cs itiiyiug to siv. oi seven
miles on each side of the ccntial /one
we h.-ue   lefi'tied   In, and   in   p.uallel
strike, but  associated   with   the   lime
dykes   which   fuim   so   piommenfc  a
featiue of the geoloey ot lthe L.tnleau
Indeed, what i- known   ,is   "Thegie.it
limed}keof the   I .a i dean"  ha- conn-
to   be   legatded  a-  one  of  the  gient
geological   fe.ituics of   the   piovincc
The gold belt L- 'aid   to   be nine miles
long b\ .l mile and a half wide. '
This'oic was   obtained by (pianying
out a schist  blulV and"icmovjng the
quait/^wliich i-'heio  hom 8 niches to
2 ft. in   w-idth,   nnd Jies  lioij/ontnlly^
like.i blanket  vein     A shaft" sunk to'
the west, howeyci, shows this oie-body
to iisjiimo a veibical dip, and tlio lii.iu-
agcris limning a tunnel to ciosscut it
at a" depth   olf.ibout  00 ft,   when he,
willstopo out  the (juait/foi milling,
aud hopes  to   lind lieu;  y pel inaiioiil.
oie-body on ..which 'to ,do ,1'utuic do'"
\uliipniont woik -ind  gel a steady s'tip-
ply of oiejor  the  mill     Thesuifaeo
showings   of/ipiai t/,' aie-also ' tieing
taken out and sent dow n   to - tj,i^rii 111 If
In   Ibis'  way    the   lecenb   stnke   was
ni.ide""w-hieb   losulled  m  a ' kidney of
fjii.ul/. plastuied with gold'being taken
out, some of 'the  gold   bcingso_coin.se
iisto'lntin   -mall   nuggets     Tho  sur*
lace qu.ili/.   ','oiugX mined-Shows gold
fic'ely.    Over SO^tona  sue in thebinns
:\ni\ uuolliet mill inn will bemadennd
a"gold b'riclc pioduccd \Thc, elevation
of point at which developtuctH^s being,
cuiiiodon   is l.OOUXft.   above   thoniill,
or 3,200 ft. above se.ilevel     The neiial
ti.imc.ii ties   SOO,,*-lbs"u of   oic ;to?the
bucket, and   ivoiks w^ejl 'Vl'wentj Wi\o
men   weie  eni[iloyeil, at  the "iiiuic at
the timo"of  oui'visit    (If. IJIackwoll,
the new supet intcndciit.. comes highly
reconiinendcd   fiom   Michigan, 'wheie
be oneiaied   fin    the   steel   tiust   vi.
Ficeinan is in charge of^ the mill and
electiic plant,  and   W. Maitin   i^,   accountant.      J.   Lnudei.'   fonneil^    of
Revelstokc^is assistiint'clectrician
The Noithwcst JJevclopment Syndicate ii' " i
s      -tiik I'[o^^.I:It co-miuxv
to pi oil uce gold  biicks-  on  Fish cieek
and eveiybody hopes  to see it success-,
iul in its undeicaking."
millsite 1-3^011 th
cieek, ' and
''if        v Oyster-Criterion.
t < ' *       i      (r      "        '
" The Ophn-J^idovcomp.iny owusi'tbe
Oyster Ci itenon giotip, which,,lor the
ii^iiounU of development'' done,' lias
nothing to' beat it in" the camps" The
company was oig.mised -two yea is ago
by \V, >B Tool, -and 'b.fs -X' capital of
^500,000, piactically .ill, of. which lib
'subscnbod *i'Tho following .no the
diiectoiS ���'Jlossrs Coclniuio, .God'sal,
Youhg,'M.J,. A , of Calgary;': T. Ki]-'
patrick, [<Uevolst'6ke; ^" B. J'ool, and
S Suthoiland, Keiguson; J. Laddjmd
V. Lade, Camborne*; It. Hodge, of
Ferguson, is .societal y      ft   * I    \
I    ,' Till.   iVIJI.I,   , ,   r     i V
(   At piesent the ciinipany is devoting
all its encig.y to getting ^hc tiain and
mill in shape .to   piotltieo  gojil^hnclvs
The null Ms*.<u ten   stamp   Ki.iseuand
Ch.ilmeis, 'with    1,1. ike., ciushoi, and
.neinly all tho'in fchinPiy   for   tlicniill
andicoinpicssoi is on thegiound "The
o lei nice south of 'Pool
just   .iliovy, the   Haii'Oi
Lumbfi   Go's' uoiv   mill     At   pieseut
twelve oa'rpenlois and   masons aie em-
plovcd'oii   the ' pioliiiimai y   woik  ob
building" Llie (mill   -and'compicssoi
''house.* Tlfo" company, have   secuicd
thc^sci vices p! >.j\  G. Sticet,   fomfoily
of' Kossland,   Jdah'o   and'  the   Black
Hills, to t'nko*cliaigc "of" the building1
and  opeiation'of ^ the null, which is
being built'<,on'iSlans   piopaied by^Miy
Sticefc'oirtho basis ol a TO-st.unp mill.'
L,Tbe4battciy foundations'-have-be-^ir
sunk twelve fceV,and will be tilled with'
conciete    .These foundations uio being
,put mjto*accommodate   a   20-stamp
battely.    .f.vJjiidc  b.ts  ch.u-gc of  the
woi k,on,the foundation and Ci   Lemon
is looking   aftei   the   limbei   finning.
Mi. Poo) expects 'the  mill to be chopping stamps bVjjiiiddle of August.
'A compressoi is also being put in
powmr.    ' i
The watei   power  \y   piovidcd  fiom
Pool cieelc,  wheie  a  substantial dam
was   constuictod   dming   low   watoi
, Conliuned on Tlmd V.igt:
fiv Iho
imI.(>hi(ion ol iiicKla-i'd cuslonis iliilum on
lead nud lend pioduuls iiiipoilull inlo (Jaiidaii,
mid thai tlio Cun-oualivo luuiiilii'is of Iho
Dominion lloiir-o bo iiikc'I to suiipoit an.v
inolioii inliodiici'd foiv-uch a inirposo. i -
' 10. Thai us indusliiiil disiiulos alino-l invaii-
a 1)1 v ii'siilt iu pout loss and iiijun holli
jo Iho imiIios'(liiculv eoni-onii'd and In lli'i
pulilie, lo���M-lntioii should ho pissi-d to ihiimiIi;
menus foi an aiiiii-nlilo ailju-linoul ol -uch.
dispiilcs   belween 'uuiplovi'i-.  and   I'uiploMiu-
II. Thai il is luUisalilo lo lostm Iho inuiiiifai--I
duo ul tho u.iw pindiicls ul Iho in ov nice wil Inn
the piovmce'.ts fin as piticticililu I15 luijiiii-
uf tnxiitioii on lliu-aid im\ > pindiicls, siihjeU
lo luluiluof Ihe same in v\hole oi pail .��'"'"
iiianul.icLuied in lintish C'oliuuliia " .    ' >r   .
For years the "Slater Shoe" has been advertised as th'e shoe of comfort���of foot'ease., '
u /   \Thousands of pairs of '*Slater Shoes'' have
been bougfh't because of this claiixu    , "   -       '    "
,' ,     JSiovr imagine a man or woman buying a
second pair'of "Slater Shoes" after a course in
1. foot agony in'a'pair of ill-fitting- "Slaters." /   " ,
���    '' If the "'Slater Shoe " had not' proven to'
0 i wearers "its clatms to comfort how long- could
it have remained on the market, no matter how;   : (
loudly o/sfcillfully it might have been advertised?' '"if
How long could the makers have continued
^o" expend large sums in'advertising had,,lthe
~ ""Slater Shoe" fallen short in"any of its^advertiscd
,   claims to comfort, wear and appearance ? '���
'k    ,  i '���-,-��� ���
'Goodyeart\vcltcd. ' Mads in Canada 40 years,
For men CM.00 and'$5.50.     '  '      ���-
^For women $3.50 and $5.00..
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,',,'f! J,-     SOLEjAGENTS:
Oi'M HUME & CO., Limited;
The Eva
Northwest Development  Syndicate.
The ino-t wcstci Iv" piopiil) opeinl'd
on I'll-" belt i-that know n as I heC.im-
borne-*ioup acijiiind by the Noilh-
v.est Devoliipmeilt fcjv iidicate fiom A.
P Ito-eiilx iL'f r m Tho fill of 1001.
Karly m -piingof l.idt yeai openilions
weio begun An evolknt, watei
oowei and (Icetvie plant was installed,
tho powei being obtained uf, small
co-t fiom tlmnlls of Meiihituck cieek
Utirkee elce tlio drill-i wire piorurcd
and tunnel- inn iu the I idge on the
north side of Menhmick creek, but
without diionwiing oic-bodic The
OoliUinch which bad a e-onsidoiablo
sin f ice -bowing ol golil-he.u ing oie,
wa-lheii pun b,is( (I, a. saw mill (i 11 ul
up, a Jl.immoud K n--t.iui|i mill m-
-talled, a llammond Ivvo-oable neiial
tiani '1,800 fl long built fiom the- mill
to the (ioldfinoli, two stoiey oflicc
elected, with loomsfoi t-ii[iei nitende-nl,
.lecoii.'tant and a.-say oflicc. The
propeitj w.is (j(|iiippcd for bundling u
lingo tonnage ol oie, and is now in
good shape foi  operation   soon as pay-
is  one of   the   most   widely ^lenuted i
piopertie- tn'tlie piovinco and was ���hei
pioneer 'gold   property  of   Fish creek.,'
The mine w.is taken up in iOOO b\ the
Imperial   Development   Syndicate,  ofi
Xclson and ti.is  been   almo-t continu- j
ously under development-ince. Under >
direction of  A    11.  Gr.tcey,   VM. E,itt
showed.up so well that "-it started tht|
gold boom on Fi-h creek in the .-piiugi
of 1901.    Tiie   Rva  was subsequently;
bonded  by   the, London  and Ji. O. on S
optimistic reports  by S O. Fowler, M.f
K.vvho  i-s  known   to   be   one of the
most coiiseivative  mining  espeitsin
the pioviuee     Aftei   -pending $lo,0Q0( (jsm
on it the London and JL C, gave it up.
and the reason  given   thp  public w.is
the oic-bodies  weie  not of sufhcieiit
magnitude   to   m.lko   the   large mine
the company bad iu view
The Imperial Co re-umed po^eosion
and again   pu-L(d  tleielopniQiit   work
w itb Hood,! Result-.    A   year   ago   the
pioperlv    wa-",.<.iin   bonded   to J. A.
^^.lgee, nf C'un.iphv and   A. P  Ito-en-
beigei.of Xel-on     Thev   turned   the
pioperly over to  the   Calumet  and li.
C, w ho .ne now   in   exr-i-llent -h.ipu to
handle the |it(ipeity     They havii kept
development ste.idily  ahead undtr tjie
foieniau-hip   of   L. K    Ucek,    who   is
(bung e\i client   work  has  ,i thorough
knowledge ot   the piopeit-,, and whose
daily hoi mug of the new oie de\i hipi <1 j
enables   a    leimble     *-timiti>   ti)   be I
loi iiied oi   the  v.ilue.s   met   with fiom i
day    to   d.ii,      We    h.ive   on     --eveutl'
-hod   the details of ele- I
width .did v.ibu ed the |
iH'id   i ot   n fieat the-e j
11st visit
'i h\n,
M     t <j    "     _j       *   i" ��     .   '
~At .i'iiii>i<liiiK(if Uiccxeculiicol Iho I'loviiici.il
('oii-oit.ilivo.-As-iiKitilion, held al Vaiiimuoi,
Iho pioiinco w.is^diwdrd nilu die diMsion-
foi oiKani/alion pmpci-us a'TIid ( Koolenav-
lioiiudaiv dij i-iou i-made up ol the follovMii-*
piovineiar" eleotuiii lvdislucl-' lievelslol.c,
i'ollimbia,- ruiiiuj Gi inhijjok' Viti��� j,���lv'.ilso
Shu ,in, (!i iiul v i -, Cli ecu wood, (ho cu\ of
llos-l.iud aiid on I ill ol iNcl-mi , Al Ihusiiiuc
mei-liiiKlhij lollciwiii-t iCMilulii)ii!>��uiu.i(lopf('d.
*��� I Timt comonlion- Iul iiciniii.itniK ciiinlid-
iilc-fnr uieiiiliui- of the ]oi*i->l<ili\u .is-uinhlv
be nuido' up ot d(*I(M,ilo? chosen a- follow^,
la) Jncilv olecloi.il distiiot-, one (lelepilo
lor (.vol\ Itllviiud ri.iclion ul llllv Mill- polled
al Iho pitiviiiciul elect ion luild ui I'HXl,and if (lie
(ih,ts diviili'd into w.ud-,'1 Ihe pioiHiiliou' of
dole!".ilcs loi cieh vv.iid sluill he Ij.i-i d on lliu
voir polled in each w lid al the la-l Liiiuuiiip.il
eh ction. i x    A * -^ -
^(l>) Jn otlu.i clc-loi.il distiids, onu delc_*.ile
foi ovoiv lillv or li.icliiiu of hflv vole- polled
,i( Uu; pioviuci.il clod ion Iu Id in I'KXl,* (lie dul-
OtUilo- to lie apt uu tuined lo pollini- places, (it as
neti thoielo .is will lie l.in to the voleisof (ho
ililloienl iKiKlihorhoods , **"     .. *' '
"J. The elect ion hold of delej;.ilC!. sh.dl ho ,il
pulilie inert ui'.'-, Ik lcl"**iit a 'ilr-iKiialcd ccntial
pl,icu7iu (iu h polling divi-iou, in iu each wind
in cilv clocloi.il di-lncls. if Ihooih isduided
inlo w.ud- At biich pulilie nu etiiu,-s. youl\*
Ihose who ploditc iheiu-i Ives to vote loi,. the
candidalo oi ciiudKl.iie- -oh c(ed af-lho noin-
iii.iIiiik convention shall lie entitled, to a Mite
foi (IflcKlllOi- ���   - (       id,       J'
.1 Two necks notice '-h.ill bo ,-"ivon of thu
public ni( etiiir-a at which delCc-ales ate to be
ejected, noiiiuiatiu-;conventions sh ill bo held in
cilv clectoial dislnct-two (lavs after the dav
on v\ Inch delo^.itca ,no ehcled.^and in olhe(
elecloial diati iclstso\en-.d.ivs aftei , All^iioiu-
uialloni throughout the piovincc^ to be made
v.it a dosiK".i(,ed cent i.il place in o ich electoral
���"(bstiicl, and oirihe-ame d.i\   ^l      *-^*-3-.
'I All notices of Iho date of^public" nieolini*-
for Iho eloclion-of deh'^aic-.���to- noinin itui'*
conventions, tho uppoitionmcnt of doh��i;.ites,
and the place and dale of noittiu.it m*? conventions in seier il elecloial distncts shall Ijupia-
pired oythe nioinbei of the executive of the
division in which the elcdoral di-liicl- aiosil-
uale, and itsucil over Ihe name-of the president
and bucrolar- of4the I'lovinci.il C'on-eiiatne
Aa!,OCl.lt ion    (.1? j (   '
/Spring;Cand Slimmer^ Suitings.
'\"  \Ve have oiip-IiiiimI .rc,omplele stock ot-Woolen-"'and   Tailor'-. Ti-inf-/ . J!"*  A^,-, rA
\    iiiiii^'-.ind vvill niakeiiip',Siuts in hist, ehi-s siyli'Iii-uil, pinch,i-t'V.     ,   X""^'    ^  "   ^X"^''
),    ;,   Give  li-ja, 11 in 1^ .iiidrwe"vvilbasi.isl, you In completi! youi- dioss in "an ,i _ _ 141    ��_'(���.��"
id .11 ti-tic and up lo-dale manner.   *       "*'","  "'"4 . ''i"-  ��� >    *'      "  yy     >- *   *(-��� V^i i
fi        r>-        -    .        j .   t ;  '    i-  ��   -o^.^   1 ^ w, ,,< i   'v,
SOI 1001
-   tf
The best Dolbrr a Oay^JouV'-"'"
h-      ' in the lown. ��� ,
*  r > ,   , 1 ���
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Pi'opiicloi   -
".   -*�� ��'���        ' '-VV   ���
T U      rr           1, -               \ i,'i A
"'-''"^Bcsl,   Bi
anils ol  Wines,  Spirits
, and  Gigais.'   -1   i- "  Jt,
i    i  Jt
-���i, ���,. \ <<3 ���'V
sfi, J-. .^ -in-  -il
v;& .' ]: . JINING, BROKERS AHD JISCAb AGEHTS;,;^' V' \:&^.l
y y ^   '""������.,   '    /"->  J< *>-    ^-vj _ '���^r^ .i /-'/"���>;- '    '^--''u'^Jj.^ .&���. "?^y f >'K v_-fl
-We iui'uiih icpoit's on'al I kiii(l-;vi)f nietallifv'ious mines^iiuL pio-piot- ,,   L^ , vX. -V*l
?   ir Tiowi-sl (luot.ilillusion listrd .'iml unlisted iniiiiiiir s'toiks!"'-i", v    ->- H   S-,J --.*-��-1&*.^ ~tn ������
s    '    .    , -     OFii,ibiAr7BUOKi3HS Fort the' / ';-  ���-,''��� ; -u
Calumet & British Columbia Gold Mines Ltd
A incodnf-or Iho piovincuilicxoculne will be
held at VancouM'i w it Inn a month, and thedatu
for holdiiiir district uuniiu.iliii^couvenliotib will
then be fixed JOHN HOUbTON
f t PresidontofthcProv-inci.il
.    ' Conservative Association.
Nelson, Juno Slh,*100l 1>
'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
For Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whoop",
tag Cough.  Price 25 cents; large size 50c.
Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera
,   and Diarrhoea Remedy.   ���
For Bowel Complaints.   Price 35 cents.
Kootenay Lodge
No. 15 A.F. & A.M.
The 1 cgul.11 nicel Iiiks
aie held in the lias,-
onie Temple. Horn nc
Trail, on the I hud
Monday 111 each
nionlli aft b p. in.
ArisilniK In ol hi en
loi dully welcomed.
GORDON Sncui.TAitv. v
' NELSON, <B.-0.>
Coronation. Hotel,
IS t- '
.r. ir.
First Class Accommodation   for' Travellers."'-
SELKiaK LODGE. NO. 12, I. O. O. F.
.Mccticvciy Tuesday
oveiung 111 Sellcnk
Hall at S o'clock.
Visiting brctluen coi-
dinlly invited to attend.
J. aiATlIIE. Skj.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
An antiseptic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, Bruises, Sprains and Rheunia-
Pricc 25 cents; large size 50 cents.
Chamberlain's Stomach
Liver Tablets.
For   Disorders of the Stomach, Liver
Price 25 cents.
and Bowels.
Every one of these preparations,
is guaranteed and i! not fully sat-'
isfactory to the purchaser tha
money will He refunded.
Wi* I I'llCV ('  Wt-     IvIlOW     1)111-    lllHltll'v-,,
Out hii-lni"-- h Id help von 1I0 \0111
luiMtiev-.. \V<* ��.'ipply up-l(i-(l,ili' Iiihi-
pi' ^ ini'.iii-- .iml method'".���moiii'v-
v iv infr devices .ii.d h((W to u1-'. 1 hem.
Wholesale andr Retail     \       < - '
.   .   .   Meat Merchants.
Head Office, Abattoir and Gold Storage:  ', .   ,.
-,   >' <^^SB��^Oalgary) Alberta '
Executed at
Tjie Kootenay
Mail Office.
CMWlJ^womfcnmizaarjir-grjanm m jJu.aaa*jxAxj.jn3*j*.HK.^jAv<aanimiMaaw-����a��ntgc��jai.ig.nfl'**Jiw-��
oit.iiioi^ pnnl
vclopincitl, the
oif-hndii's, .md
p.u tK.lii.u--.    r-itici' nnr
NLvrni.tt   1 ni.M L
Thorne vva-, induced to tiy his h.intl ,it
this invention hy ol>=L'i-\ing the tioubiul 11 Lie oif cm he dcvelopetl in biillicibnt
occ.i'-ioned hv loobo iitUi on the 0 1' (iiimitity to Jveep the mill innning
li. lolling stock. I Up to date
h.is heen driven on Xo 2 I'.id lo .1
distuned of IltiO feet on .1 (Jinto 'if p.iy
ore, thus .idding considenibly tei the
rpi.intity of stopmtc ground thnt will
Ke .iv.iil.ihk' vvlicn the null i-, iniiniiijc
Tin (ontiiHiidion of fi(ct;ol(l h.ti.ilio
het-n piovtd in Ihe Xo 2 lissuie lo
the weste'in e\lreinity of Ihe com
puny'a propeity.
nil   vnr.i,.
K\C(ll(iit pio**i("j!, H liein^ ni.iele
with the it.st.ill.ition of Iho null,��Inch
is .1 10-stiinifi l''i,i-,ci (1 (Jli.iinhcM, with
.In (e,iiipu"-soi .iiul eomcl, (iiiishci. A
hftlci <-ilc thnn lh.it selected could not
he got, the foundations of the mill he-
inej cut into ten.ices hewn out of soliel
lock.   On the top teuace will   he  the
Union   Overalls,
Made    ql:~*^   .
���ri.vrfvv rr.i. io'isk-lkai- i.i.Df.i-u
r,oo-<e f.t-af l''il>"( nnd fji'dffpf-i Willi
lllm^". spici.illy inled, piitiK'd, pciloi-
ulid mid piinehfd to .-.ml liny siyli* nf
I11111I1 1.
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REVELSTOKE, B. C, ^VS: tf  THIS KOOTENAYMAIL  THE LARDEAU.  {'out  fie.ni Si'cipud 1'iiku.  Tlio levels foi Ihe (lunic woie hnil out  hy 0. li. N Wilkiu, J'. L S, tho "line  clo.iiodiinclp.nl, of the fiiiiningcon-  , s-1 nctetL Tht. length' of, thy iluino  will ho 2,f)00 ft. unci .in, 18-inch pipo  will Ijo laid down Iho mountain sido  'to thu'niill giving ho.id of 250 ft. Thii-  is ositimiitcd to develop (250 lioisc-  power The inolivo pov\oi will ho  gonei.ttod lioni .i Pulton wheel.  AN   Al.lilAI   THAMVAY  is being consti tided hy 13. C. lliblet to  convoy the oie to the null fiom the  now low level tunnel ,-to bo inn on the  Kosblnnd claim. The tov\oib .no nboiit  completed, .md in two oi- three weeks,  tho tinnivv.iv should be miming This  ti.tnivviiy is :i,5U0 "feet in length with  one -.pun of J,200 feet.    ,.  . '    'I 111,  CI.AIJIS ,     '  I | I       c  The Ovsti'i-Ciiteiion piopeity .includes sovon el.unib .md a fmciion.  Tho cl.iinit) .no t, I inpeii.il, IJ.ilfoin,  Itns-sl,ind, Ciilei ion, Oystoi. Goklbug,  nud Mns-outt Fi.ietion. Tho pioperty  w.is puioh.ibod by -\V. H I'ool nnd .1  .1. Young for nbotit MOO.OOO mid  lin nod Over to lho,Ophir-Ln(lo Mining  Syndicate nt nctu.il ccibt. Tho innn-  nei in winch the ohiiins ni'c located  gives.i length of J.tiOO fi-et, on the  sii ike of tho'oto-bodiob. (  > 'ihi: camp  hiis hoen lilted up with evoiy coiivcni-  oneo foi theconifoit of  the employes-.  The cool.--hmibi' is 2S\1S ft., with  hot .iiitl cold wntei laid ou. The  hunk-hoii'C is 2S\1S ft, .in-l .in evccl-  lont b.ith-iooin' h.ib, been provided  w-it'i���������iicUs"!.!- eold w.itoi' Anollicu  1(J\20 ft. ..ind btiihlo complete the  ".imp building!- i,The blaolisn'ijtli'--  shop 'w.ib locoutlv dostioycd by ^tlie  finest In Ob    > ' ' .  ,   ' t di:vi loi'Mi.N i  wouiv ���������  ' ri o ,,  '   ,    Befoic tho .icqiiibitiou  ol   tho pi op-  1 oily ---liy   ihe ( Oplin-L.ido    S-.iulie.ile  ' somo   duvlilopniont   vvoik     h.id    been  done hi the way  of open  cutb on the  Onteiion nnd   Oibtei   chums ".ind  a  - sh ift sunk  on*uiiiitvis  known,is the  /���������'"galena vcui"'on the Ciitenon  Supt * L.ide lonimonccd development  ivcnk   on   the' piopeity   in   Jul-, l.ibt  jo. d stlippvd'in   Match to get the  d in" in .mil inilKiie icidy ,'Foi nine  months ( woik ibj h.ind dulling the  ii'-ii'lts .lie niost ucdit.iblc, .is in th.it  tunc, 1,500 loot of, tunneling .md dnft-  mg w.is done, while tho plan > of development li .s also  been good  leflect-'  < nit- the highest eiedit on thcgunui.il  in.in.mei, \V J} I'ool, aiid"on(bupci-  -liuondont J    Lade   and   his   biothci  h,���������Viii(.e, v\lio had'clinigc of the woik.  Wo have seldom been pielinunaiy  development woik so economically  c.u lied out" and ^attended with such  good lobiilts - The.bhuicliol'leis  have  ' ovoiv lcas-on to he''b.itialied with the  icsiilis gneiK thcin foi their money,  lcMilts which piovo  the j   have one of  -.   the most piomibing mining propel tics  -, in,the L.iideau ��������� '  Koni , oie-bo'dies    vvet,e , known'  to  ->e\!st"  on   the   Gnlci'on    claim���������the  union.i  \um._ the  CijU'iion   vein/und  '"of .the Kv.  No 2 ]o.it!'ofvtheK"v.i, along���������the,south  , wall of  which, l s- the ��������� iii.iin liasiuc of  the "section   "and   the   O.vbtei, vouC  Tunnel   was "theiefoie   inn   with   the  uhjcci ol cioss cutting  all these veins  Thegilen.i   vein    was   stmck   at 150  , feel, ai'idjthe vein fo'lowed to its lntei-  so-tion, \\*icli the ' Onteiion vein, a  distance of 102 ft'iuithei. This woik  piovcd the galena   vein  had lneieased  'in width fiom one foot at thesuiface  to hvi feet cat point of lnteiscction,  while the ponipanj's assajs ,shovv a  value ol 'tlO in gold on this vein, and  it also"c.u lies values in silvei. This  galena vein   has .t'Stnkc of X GI \\  ��������� and a vvcstcil.v dip of 06  1 L'oity feet -jfiom lntciseetion with  Ciitenon vein a vein of si\ inches in  width, bliowing innci.il valucb. was  btuick and dnfted oirfoi 00 feet. This  vein stiikes N 10 W  nil_CHllLUION    MI.V  is 10 feet vide wheie it ib cioss cut.  I)iiltbvwcic inn on it we-ti)0 foot and  cast LOO feet The diifts ,uc four to  'bi\. feet wide The vein' h.ib a btnkc  of jSt 55 \\~ and .rdip of 02 dcgice'b S  ''The pa j chute occuis on the foot wall  and luis_a'n aveiagc width of 4 feet  'The coin pain'b assajs from samples  i taken oveiy ten feet bhow this pay  chute gave high values, fiom ISO to  ovei $!)0 in gold Thio pav schutc w.ib  lollowed in 'lnfting The vein occasion, illv f.lls with bclnst but the foot-  w.ill is well defined and easily followed  (-ii.ili/ coming in .atrain  V l iso was made on the Giilotion  vein fiom tho'point of midsection to  Ihe fin face, a distance ol 100 foot. The  dulls pioved pay chute heieof 100 feet  in lenglh on the Ci itei ion vein At u  point on iho east diut 85 leet lioni in-  leiMCtion ol IheCntciion vi ii , 'iio-s-  ( ut was inndo sliowin,; llie lead heie  to hi: 21 fed in width with oie fio "  fool lo lunging wall The1 vein was  again cioco out nl the pio-ont laco of  Iht- east dnft. 75 feet fiom last uosb-  cut, nnd --howj i width ol 22 feet.  Mipci iiiiciideiif Lide u\pctt-s tins um-  Imilv to null -{���������'!.���������) pet ton  l III    (.AI.I.N v    M.IN  Ie in > Us coiiiov. ..'tci l'l'ing fiillowu!  .175 fi ot and slnke*. south .ilong tin  ludduig pliines of the fin malum  \i -i2S feel 'he tunnel inteisects,  w h il is know n ab tin'  -��������� i:va  Vi.ijf,  and is believed to be the No 2 vein of  the Eva, on which the (No. 3 tunnel is  being inn on the Evu piopeity. 'J'hc  dip of this vein'is perpondictilai mid it  has a stiike of N 8U \V. Adiiftw.ib  run wobt on thib vein foi 20 feet bhow-  lt to be four feet wide The company'b  usbfiyb give nu iiveiage value of $20.  Avoiiii.it vi:i.v (  is Hipposcd to cioss tho propcity to  the enstw.ud and is tho sumo ab the  No. ,1 vein of the Eva. The tunnel  w.ib Iheicfoic^cvtcndcd, .mother -10 feet  making' 55)0 feet in all, but Imd not  leached it when woik was discontinued  heic. The Ciitenon tunnel theie did  the I'aluable woik of piov nig a pny-  chuto nt least JDO foot long on the Ci i-  tei ion vein, with nn oiebody fiotn 10  to 22 feet wide c.u i.v mg p.tv oie, and  that the iiuiin Eva vein iiKo ti.iveibOi  the pioiieity,ib four feet wide and car-  i ios pav oie at tho point of inteihec-  Jtion.       ' ' '  KOs-il.AVI) TiiN-.vi:r,-,ft  <i Fo'm hundud feetfio.n the pcntal of  the Ciitenon tunnel and 1JI feet lowei  another tunnel was slatted to, piove  up the Ciiloiion vein fuither west  This tunnel intcisected the -voin'nt  120 feet. Dnfib woic iitu wcbteily 150  feet nnd (Ciistoily 200 feet. 'The vein  ntu rows in this diicotioii ,.to fiom one  to bi\ feet, and aveiage.s 2.^ feet. Thoio  is pay oio tlnough the ontno length  of the diifts the compnny's n.ssnys  aveitiging $25. The length of'piiy  chute pioved in this tunnel, plus that  in the Criteiion ' tunnel pioveb a pay  chute on the Onteiion vein of 510 ft.,  the mobt evloiibivc pay clmte yet  pioved up in the Fish nvei camp.  , ' xi.w rijvxi.i,.  'A now ci'.-bscut tunnel is to he  started at the upper htation of tho  actial titunwny This-ib expected to  eiobsout tho Onteiion x.lend nt a  distance of 100 ft, and 'wilLJgivo a  depth of, 287 feet on the orc-bodiob  Thib tunncl'iii II be at an altitude of  about 3.200 if. above sea level and bo  far as elevation goes tho piopeity ib  oVoof thc'iuobt convenicntlv located  in Kootenay. '*It has tho advantagcb  of ample timber and watet powei. .  CI.NI.KAI.  The foim.itiou is schist btnking  N'20\V, and oluppingb 50 N. K ,'bo  the venib ,cnt the foimation both m  stnkc and dip and' the vein dobcnbed  .ib the K\a has stiong evidence of  being a fissiuo vein s    > '  '   ,  I"'ioni piesent indications (ho Ophir-  IjuIo Mining .Syndicate has eveiy  leason to look foiwaid to a piospcious  c.ueei .The oie m.ij iiin $15 a ton on  an avci.iL'e but with the facilities, for  cheap powet and economical mining  the piopeity should piovi a valuable  one if'the oie should yield only $10  and the oio ,bodies maintain with  depth then- volume and piesent ch.u-  ,'ictcnstics   ' ���������   i  TROUT LAKE CITY.  VK--7he^KingstQn.J' ~  Lexington mountain is Hillofsui;  piibCsjind one ol the most agice.iblo  sinpiibOb of the tnpj was a visit to the  Kingston piopeity located above the  Coppci Dolhu and i mining 'ncioss the  mountain- to the notth-west of the  Kva. The 'caiiin ib .located it,'an  elevation of 2 5'JO'ft, oi '500 It. al7ov'c  the new cl11ft being made by tho El-  wood Tinwbikeib' Co' 'on<~lhe'"Coppei  Doll.u. Theowneis have .uiangod to  st ufdevclopmcnt woik on an e\-  teiibive scale as the tosult ol the visit  of Mi Ilowatd, of I'citland, Oio,  scciet.uy to the oompanv, anil ^ U  Keathb has been appointed foicmau  The development lutheito done con  sistcd of assessment woik in the shape  of open cuts'on thiee 'claims and the  stalling of .i cl11ft on thcKingbton.it  an elevation of 2,530 ft This dnlt  has been iiin '10 ft on a stiong, well-  defined lead ot vitieoub qu.ut/, will)  giaplntie schist on the e\pobcd wall  Ihe lead is 22 ft wide at this point  and oie has been taken out showing  ficec:old. The vein his a sluice ol  N. 27 \V. and a dip of 80 dog .  It ib now-intended to st.ut anothei  cl ii f t 00 ft lowei clown, at a point  wheie the lead outciopb as stiongli, as  in the cliift ahcady inn  Thoio aio bovoial othei leads oo the  piopeity but 'io development h ib bo  t.u been done Von them -A ti.ul is to  lie put in to the camp, making the  piopeity nioioaccessible than lutheito  Fop all Forms of Kidney Disease.  We llie nndi i-,igiii'il DiugLii-.ts .in-  lullv ptcpucd lo give llie lollowing  giiiii.inli'i' vvilh cv.'iv OO u'liI I'lillli-  i 1 Oi IVitinsiill's Knlni'vWiHl T.ih-  h'l -   l In mil v 11 iiied v in I In- vmii Id I Iml  po-lllwlv      (UK",     .ill      II f It 11 lit������������������     IIHMIIg  liniii vv cilv kidncv ���������������:���������  ",\liiii"v   ( hi'i'i fully   11 lin ni'd if   the  Mllllll'l   1- IU it     I l-lll'V I'll and     luipinVMl  nlli I 11-.I-ol one lintlle Thn-elo ,-i\  Iml 11"1- I'llei i ivtoni^liing nnd pciin.ui-  I'lilcmi"-. lliH'l ichevi'd iind(iiud,  _V ou w isle no mum v.  C' inniIn DrugiV. Hook (jo ,!!i>v cNlokc,  13. O.  ,1. A   Alillei .V; (;,i��������� Hewtstoko, li. O.  Walter JJevvs, Revelstoke,  li.  O.  Other Properties.  Sevoial othei propeities-.ue located  on the ininoial belt between tho K\.i  and Oystei-Ciitoiion inopeitiob and  Mohawk cieek. The Luckj .lack,  mainly owned by W .1 Butlei, is  highly spoken ot, and theie ate the  Eulie, owned by "Coiy ilenlnnick, the  Sn Willi id, alongside the I'jol cieek  ti.ul, owned by McKay lttob and  btiutt, the ll.uvey gioup, tho Eclipse,  and othoib The Spidei gioup, owned  by II. Uodinc, 0 Caldwell and O  Ouchell h.ib an 80 ft tunnel inn on it,  and theoiobhowb tieegold  I'L'o be coiitinind.)  A New Crop of Corn  Isn't vi'ry hard lo nii->i> vvilh the md  ot tight boot'.. [Jest ii'uicdv i- Put-  niiiu'b P.unh'bb Coin nnd Wiiil J0\-  II,it tin, w hith tin i"-in one day. H ���������-  ftis-i-n substitute lop I'ulii.iiii'i it'-, the  vi'i y lii'-l.  politics'  I0\-Mavor Coodove, of Uc-blanil, will  inn in the Couseivalne inteiesls at  iiL'.\t<J)ommion election  lion R R Otoen is being stionglv  oppobod by jNlayoi Aichci and a section  ot the CoiibCi value p.uty at K.islo  nnd Ibis, togothoi wuh tho Libei.il,  Lnboi and Socialist vole ng.iuist him,  will, it ib believed, delo.tt him  In Iho Kaslo tiding theie is a stiong  feeling in lavoi ol an alliance between  the LiIki.iI and Lahoi p.u In ���������- at ihe  coming (lei lion, It heiui; U'oogni/id  thit Ibis is the way lo sueciid in  aeliiev ing the lefoims demanded. It  is liktly both p,ii ties m.iv t-o inlo convent ton nnd select a ciiididnt" who  will ((iiiiiu.mil united suppon hi tint  en -ii K islo w ill < i i l.iinlv .nlil .inotlui  lo I he m i Jul il v wc nope to vl('cli-citd  1 >11 <!<_:< ��������� I lo I policv nf li lin in, . ml Ilk  cleansing ol the l,m\i i nii'inl buildings  Ml Yn loi i i lioni I he Milieu . iv il m i  vice syblein which has giown up lliuie.  .1 Clinic, who hns (lispotrd ofdii*  business to Masteibon &, Uritlith, intends leaving,the town r        '  1'. M. Slieplicid, who conductb the  b.ikeiy, has erected a fine building 22\  .'10 feet nnd two stoievs high.    .  ���������l\ O. Pipei has enl.tigeti his stoie  by an addition of 150 feet. He bus put  in nn excellent stock of fiiiuituic. '  One of the neatest'nnd best houses  in Tiout Lake ib that of Hugh Btown,  foicm.in of the American nnd Mountain Lion.       *  The now hospital' building occupies  a nice site on .1. Pipei's 'l.inch ovei-  looking the, lake, but lias not been  < .polled yet     ,  .). Hunt, who iccently opened n  blacksmith shop licit-, has all the woik  he can do The shop is piov ing a gieat  convenience to the town'  ' W..Sohnoll is getting bib liaibci simp  up to date in oveiy way He supplies  hoi mid cold baths, nnd has'ouleicd a  full oulht of b.uhei's fiiiiiitiiii!.  ' A public oflicci who gives the utmost satisfaction by the excellent  niannei in which' he dischaigcs his  duties is J'\ C. Campbell, tho mining  recoidoi. r   i    '  The Hovelstoke Wine it Spnit company, hnving opened the-i 'iteinled  vvnter factoiy bote under charge of, .!.  JJ. Hoott, me putting up all kinds of  .soft drinks.  > jVowiniui.Tiiylor has one of the neatest g.udeiib in town, glowing poiib,  onions, lettuce, etc. He is raising  English vegetable iniuicnvs "and tomatoes under glass.  Mcssis Graham tv: Kowler aie putting up a building nciir the acialed  watc-i iuftoiy,' wliich they intend to  use ab living loonib.foi the" piesent,  but which would bo suitable foi a stoio  if iequnc'1 for that piupose     * ^!  - On the blcamci Viotou.i being'tied  up,' Oapt. Tioup and Puibcr Mullen  Icft'ftn Nelson, and Stanley Meuhui-  nick, the engineoi, leniaiiib'in cliaigo  of the boat ' Capt Fit/.bimmons will  pi o ball lye succeed Capt. Tioup heic  - As soon as Mi Stead, piebident of  the Mining .ibsociation, letui nb, it is  intended to hold a meeting Newman  T.i} loi is secictaiy to the association,  and the iiocc.ss.uy linpiovenionts on  loads- and ti.uls will bo fully discussed  , Iiusinesb opened up* bettai - 'this  spiuig than evoi befoie in the history  ol Tiout Lake, and but foi thcL.ude.ui  i.iilway being shut down, and the  s tea mm tied up, we should have had  licie the best season wo have evci  known. '' ' ,    *  Window' gaidciung iccencs a good  deal of attention heie. W Schnell  has a splendid collection of plants in  thcv wiidovv'of his b.ubei shop, a  tiamcd ,maple-being a novelty. 'Mis  Abiahanibo'i, of the (inecu's hotel..has  also a nice collection, an acacia m the  dining loom being much ' sidnined by  AlbllOlb.     " * '   , I  E Vipond, who lecentlv niovechto  Tiout bake Gitv, biought eight of his  d.mv cows Willi linn and is btipplving  the town with milk ' He has sold the  cattle he hail ointlic l.inch belcw Gerald .riid h."s contiactecl louthocutting  of his hav ciop. /The laecli, sufl'cied  somewhat fioni the lecent high watei  of ihe Li idea ii * <  ' The C 1' R engine and coaches sue  tied up at Gci.ud till the L.iideau line  is sulhoieiitlv lenaned to let them out '  Tt is now i-ccpgnibed that the line has  been 'built too^low, w heicas, had the  o'liginal giade been followed, the load-  bed would have been out of leach of  the Hood w.iteis of the Laideau nvei  The 'giade may have to be altcied at  scveial points  M.isteison it Giilhth have enlarged  then stoic The linn aie mstleis. Mi  Gi'i Hi th will nail a paii of shoes for a  customei as icad'ly as he will s,i\e a  pound of lei Thcbtoieib exception-  all) well fitted up i.ind the fittings  weie made by Mi Ciiillith hiinsclf in  his sp.ue tune, and look to he as good  avm km.iiislup ab if tun ed out by a  cabinet niakei.  The school closed Fi id. iv, 20th ult, foi  the liohdajs, when the niastei.E \1il-  son, and Mis \\ ilbon enleitained the  childien at an enjoyable picnic The  people heie think so highlv of Mi  U ilson thev r used his s.d.iry In vol-  uiitaiy biibbcnption $15 a month o\ei  the amount allowed bv tlie education  dcpai tnient in eiulei to ictain bib sei-  \ ices, when he pioposed toiesiguat  the end of the teini Thnty-livc  childien have boon attending school.  Theie.no few places in the piovince  wheie theie aie nioie coinfoitable oi  bcttei conducted hotels than at Tiout  1 .ike Madden iC Lev os>iiie a ie having  the Lake View hotel plastered thiough-  ( ut and J. .Simpson is having the  Tiout Lake City hotel thoiotighly renovated The Windsoi, conducted by  D R Mcl.euii.ui, is one of the best  hotels in Iho counii\, and the IJuecn'b  hotel conducted by Abiahambon Riob.,  keeps up its leputation cf being one of  the most [lopuhii hotels iu ths Litidcnu  Severn I dwelling hoiivcs aie going  up mi the William Abinhiiniboii addition, which iv becoming n fnvoiite pint  of the lownsile for levidcntinl pin-  pnsc'v Mi Vbiiihiinibon bus cleiued n  giiod pdition of his subdivision, and is  btithiing two nice co it ages foi lent.  I'Ziich is 28\:J2 feet in si/o, mid contniu  ftiiir looinv, p-intry nnd kitchen  Alining the ifvideul- who have built  on this pen t iuii of the townsite aie J  Messis fiuilsoe, New man, Taylor, .1.  Lnutheis, Ales. Higg.u Mr. Alna-  h.inison has now sold over -10 lots  At the ic'imcst of the parties holding the option on \V Cowan's sawmill  heie, the manage), J. 13. Ucndeison,  has sent in plans and estimates foi a  plant capable of cutting-1.0,000 feet of  lunihei pei (lav II Saston, formeily  ol the O I' K shops it Kcvelstoke. is  in chatge of i he engi..e loom. Since  Mi lleiidei-on look ovei tho management of t ho mill he has icinodellcd  the said classified the stork, Used up  t'niivi wi s ndded i shingle inaehine,  and plicid Ihe null in a miieli beltei  po-ii inn in inn" local leciuireinents  than liilhi'il-i -1 ltodv, ihe contiactoi  lui siipphing I he logs, i~ getting in  giii.il vh ijie in keep I he mill ii.neing  li iv mg l.iiill i -lioni a mile and i hall  long al l'lve-nulo point.  '    His Last Hope Realized.  <V       I  IKrom Lliu Sentinel, Gubo, Jlonl)  In the   th.sl   opening   '-I   Okl.ihom.i  to settleis in ISSil.  tin*   (diLop   ol   this  piipef v\iis iimoiig   ihe   ninny   '-t'i'keis  (iIIhp foiluui* vv ho made   the   liig   i.i"  one  line   dny'iti     Apiil.   Oiuiiig   1  >  tiaveliiig   alioul   and   ntlei vvimls ihiv  camping   upon his   ilniui.   he ciu oim  Km I'd iiniih li.id vv.il el, vvliteh. logi-llK i  with severe    Ileal, gave    bun   a      veiv  ������������i'i'i c dial i linen w Inch ii,  M'i'iiii i!   ,il-  mosl iiiipuvsilili.    tin (heck,  nnd   nlniig  in .Tiiue the case lii-ciuin- so had he had  expect I'd to die.    Out* d ty  one   ot   his  ni'igliols hpotighl I)lit. one small botlle  of Ohauibei Iain's   (Join-,   Oholein   and  Di.u phoea   Keui>'d\    as   ,i    hist   hope.  A big dose was given him while he was  pull ing a bou ti hi gi i a ii id in gi cut ������ gun v,  nnd inn  lew   minutes   Ihe   dose   was  ii'pciiLed.    'J'h.'gooil'i'll'i-il ol thi'iiii'il  ii'IIih vvns   mi, in    not lied   .mil      within  .in hoiip I he pnllenI w.i- 'liking Ills Iiiv|  sound sleep lui a Id Inlglll.    That   one  little botlle vvoi ki'd    .i i I nllipli'le   Clue  nnd he ciiuuol Iml h-i-l ,g;rateliil     The  -".Mill tin    bowel   (lisoideis    ln-liig   a I  hand "siigge-ls'  lilts     item      Foi     v,d|.  liy nil di'uggi--ts. ' 'i  HENRY'S NURSERIES  Fine Upholstered Furniture.  Wc  stylish  i.mot:  Lurc-  tcred  have  an  exceptional  of Parlor  lXuini-  till of   which   is   uphoLs-  by btirselvcs.  ���������  You can choose your ow n  cover when clcsircd.  Samples mailed.   ' '  We   have   made    Home  Furnishin" a life study.     '  GRAZING REGULATIONS  Foi  Manitoba,- the   Northwest   Terri-  tones and the Railway Belt in  British Columbia.  ������  Weiler Bros., Fcn0Ss Victoria, B. C.  -T  Ii! E GT RI G^\ Il MAGNITUDE EXECUTED  Complete Installations Our Specialty-  Finest Class of Machinery '."   .   .' .   "  I.c.i-1 ~ for Kr-i/in-r jiiirpo-i- nreisoiiiil for .i<  loiin   of lucnts-oiic jcai,-. nnd tlio rcntnl i-.nl  llie i.item* two cento nn acre per annum, paj-  ablu half iculv in ndvnrct'. .  IjumI- inuliidcd in n p-n/.m-,* leosi:* ni.iv he ,  ������lili(lni)������pi for hi-mc-ieirt cntrj. ^alo orr.iil  \\u\ ptii' .i-i-. but no icntal ii charged on finch  lunil- ii inn thn dale upo'i (vhicli tlity are wuh <  riiiiun fi nn the Ica-c* '  V Ic-m oof kiivihblai-'l-' is noi enluled to the  hnj then on, hnl he ninj, upon apnliLiitioii lo  the .(.rcur of Doinitiion l^ind-, obtain c.ilIi .vim  tho flr>i ptiinil to cut on In- leasehold what  evci quiinlltj of hay- ho inaj require foi hi-  own i.-o freeof due- llie-dep.irtmcntraservii'f;  the ii^-lit to is->uc penult.? to oilier applicants  Appllcuioiis for Bia/ni(c Icixi's -.hould be  iniide to lliu M'Cici.iTy, llepnitmcnt of the In  Loiioi. Ottawa , (      '  m   .'        i*. o. ici;yj;s.  y  Si'eioliiiy. Ilepailincutof the Interior.  The  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Greenhouse'and Hardy Plants  y  i '    Roses, Rhododendrons, etc.  ���������Tons of Home Grown and Imported  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  lor !j|iriiiK l'liintiii*!.  CUT^FLOWERS^^liSb:  ' KtiiiLM.il De-iirns.  AGRICULTURAL J JI I'LEMISNT.S,'  -   YilZK SUPJJJ>/KS,  KHU1T BASK JOTS, "  ���������  ���������'     *��������� FERTILIZI5RS  CntnlOKiiC! Fiue.      Kibtc-in I'neesoi Los-  ������  M. J. HENRY,  SOO'J  Wcbt'iniusjlci   lio.ul,  Vaiicouvot  Wiiiti: ]jAuoh Oki.y.  Hliiton Electric ���������o. Limited  ' VICTORIA and' VANCOUVER.   "  E. B. EDDY'S  ���������  WRAPPING. PAPER  PAPER BAGS.  AND  Tlie Kootenay ,M.iil lias, betn  appointed   agent  foi   one' of  'the  laigest  Canadian > P.ipoi  Mills . ,-  Wiappmg  papcib in   ",011s oi  Hat,   and   pape'i   Lags J of all1  T.vveiglits and size's &up|fliud to  'Oidci  pi in ted ,oi uiipinitcd  ������ -     -        '  'Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.  .���������OS  o3  "KINO   ISDWAllO" JtXJO-.   ���������  '���������HKADLIGIIT,"r 500.S.  "BaOLK." J00-..iik12(K)s.  /'\7CXORIA,"      ,  -LlTTLl!; COMJilT.",     *  FOR  SALE   EVERYWHERE  - , Are the best-that can'be bought *  Don't experiment with oilier, and inferior brands.  . ��������� *' - ' ,USE rEHDH^'S   .    v  .' ��������� al  '   {if  %' 'i s I  iAifn  < i-i VI  H. -S'.   "Archrr",  TA.BLE  t".?. ���������$.. "Lankan'  t\  it  If  ���������< litnililllK l.eivvceii Arrovvlidid. Thoni'-cii f  I.nii(llnjrniid Coinnplis, ciiniinciiiiiiK Oel. lllti,  1IKI1. will s.ui,,(, follo-vnfvve.il her pui mining):  l.envu   Aiinvvhcnd   tor Ihoin^on's   Ijinilin*;  find Coniiplls tvviee dnl!> ntilOk. and lok.  I.enve C'om-ipIK and Thom-onV Jainilln-* foi  Anovvhend twice flnll> nt 7.15k nnd li.lok.    -  Milking clo'-e connectioii'-  with  all C. I'. II.  Iniiiis nnd boat-. ^ ,        . '  , The ow ners rc^erv���������e' Iho i Ij-ht to cli.ui o timer  of'(illlnt's without noLlee.        ' ; '.  Tin: Km;i) iioniNSON i.uMni:it co. i.til,  ' ��������� '     1'. ItOHINSON,"  ,    ,  v j     , Maiinsin** llneetoi,  The Revelstoke-Navis:atioR Co. Lid  f-1,  Jj  y-\\  \,y   ,.i*l|  ---, , tf j. I  ,,   ,TIME TABLE ' ���������  ^(Diii iiiR if.unn of lngh   vvati-r.)  ; each  .it 0 a'.  Halcyypn Hot Springs  ~Ta n it a rixx m".  T  HE MEDICAL \VATHRSiOl.'|[.il-t  vvoilc). A pcrfcLl, n.iiiii.il iemedyr lin  nil Net vims "nnd Musi ul,u disunsc"!,  Liver, Kirlni'V -ind Stom ie-li ailiiii'iils  and Alni.illir Pipisumiifr. A sin c t uiv-  tin '���������Tli.it, Tn i il Fi'1'liu.r." * Spcii.il  laics on all Iki.lI-. and liniiis -Two  mails anive and depiit (.'veiv das-.  Tclcgi ,ipli (oiiimiinii..it ion with all  pait&ot the ss oi ltl. An fxpciiiMiced  inass.ingi1! ,  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arroiv L.aKc, "B. C.  r ~ ' ,       J. LAUGHTON,, Proprietor,  REVELSTOKE, B.^O.  This liolcl i- now open for I he act onimodalion of the liavclling  pulilie. It wlhc most (oiiv-MiK-iitlv situated hotel in the titv, ln-ing  .ii lin1 (iiint'i ol Fnt.t Stied and Coiinaiifj'ht Avi'tinc, in llie hciiLol  tin'litismo-s iioition ot1 the titv, toiivc nicnt to milw.iy M.itinn and  post ollk'c; >        '-    '*- j     ,,' s- '' '  Tirst Class Accommodation and .Table,   i .  . ,, , '     '  ,  i - i , i '  ( 's " Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and t Cigars.  6-<KK>0<K><>CK>b:0^-^^  THE CITY EXPRESS  '  Piompl. i  fie, io uiv  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Ii.i!{������.ii,'e,  lehv ijiy of paicel-  p.u I of the Cilv  jAny Kind of TransfeiTing"'  Undertaken.  All oiilcis left at R M bin 11 he's  Toh.ieep' Sioie, or liy Tclcplione, No 7  will i(.(.five piiimpti  Lltrntiiiii  '^s^V RFVFLRTOKF, B   C  ,      , ABRAHAMSONiBROS,   PROPRIETORS.-, '        ', o  NuvvU  tl������mll.   " Fiibt-class in evei-^'-ie&pect.    >^11 modem conveniences-  '   .   ,      ' Latge Sample Iloonfs.  '    Rates $150 per Day'      " Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under,"same  ' Leave Eipht AJilu L.indin  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY  *    ' V1'     -'\  Lt*av i> L.i* Pot te i*fic;li     ( '  TUESDAY fANn,FRIDAY at 2 p, m-''  SPEOrAL TRIPS vvilP hi' made he-"  tvvi'cii'd.ilcs of/U'-^ulai'' h.iihiiy , vvlien-  evci liti������iin.��������������� ciflfied w.ii t.itits b-atni'.  ../' *  i ���������i * ^^������^->.  '- <<i I  Hi  7"  (  ���������   Tile   Uomp.iliy   ti'Si'i ve   the   i itjhL lo  chalice  Iiino  .md (lav a of ^ailine; with-'  out notiec. , ->  V'^V-:  - '<s    * , %M'-f)  '      " t, -'.VV  \    *��������� '-7... f.e'lgV  ���������I   .V  'V*  A. FOKSLAND, -  '     M.i-ler.  C  D.  KAOIIEli, i  Plll.-e>l  ^OCEAN STEAMSHIPS-  Royal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.     ,.  ,      AWyVN LrXK-i-ioiii'Montreal     '"   '"  Dav .man .  '.      . . .', Jnlj  l.s  Ionian   ���������,/Jnh ii   '  Tumu.ui     '  (. ? ''.    y .Aug 1,-  jEOMIXJOK LIST��������� FromMontiuii."      ".  Canala          -���������      .*.*..,       -  1 '\'.' .-July 1S^  Iveiisiiigton          ,    . ;           .'-..'���������.!   .Jnlv-2j   ���������  Uoininioii        .        . ,., Aus 1-  " DOMINION' LISE-rrom no-ton.        '^  '  Jla.vllowei   .*'.    .    '   .'-   - Mulrll������f"  Columbia   .     .. . -1 .' ". .lulv Si  Coninionweiltli .'.....     .   .. .   Julv M  -  ?l  '"���������"'S-'l  -v  r.ri������ -*s^,r  .'V ���������  1>l  :t  H'AN. PACIFIC J{'\*U\T  Lake late   _..'J.  Ijike Manitoba . ..  Inike Cli.uiiplain        management.  rtip ($> rti ttih rtfr) r$? (^������ fSi pjN rito r$> ($) ($> rfa (4-i f$> ($> r$> t^(^(^(^(^(^(^i^f$*i($'t^������  Win" Chuny's newly im-  ported stock of Chinese  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke of  useful and ornament il  articles: l  T( il sei \ lees  I'lalcs  Htlskel-r-  Cane C'liahs  IlaiKlKereliiufs  riuwei I'olh  Uinlnella Stands  l.uueli HnskeU  Sinukmi; IncKuis  Sill. OoiKls  fiOLD FISH  riue-l stni-k (pf Liimlfi - mill liull iiilnwn  Fi���������Ml Siruet    Rcvolsloku  ($>  ($)  isfrj  <$������  HOTEL   LARDEAU  ^      ' ���������    OOMAPLIX -  X   The Best house in Town.  -fa  Well Furnished    -    Good Table ^  Best Brands of WINES, SPW{TS and CIGARS kept in Stock.      ~  W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.  fstfl  ritn(^(^i^(^(^(^^<^<^(^(^(^(^<^<^(^(^(^i(^  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  i     ^ *  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, &'Cigars."  Rates $i a day.    .Monthly rate.  J-.     ALBEET   ' STOl^TE,      PEOI  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with ai! Modern Conveniences.  Piom Montreal1-  ' .     ." Julv- 2J  . .7 uly J")  <*    . . .-Am-. 1J  AMERICAN LlNj;-Fiom^cw Vcrk  Philadelphia ' . J .'    . ��������� . 73vh   IJ'  Sr. P.i.:I "   . . Julv .2  St  Louis        .. ... ..   July211  WIirrn'sTAIl IJNKlFrom Xevv York.  C'eilne . ... ..Julv 17  Maje^fc  . July 2i "  Celtic ... . " . . Julv- 24  Oceanic .^ . Julv _S  Pa=--cn-rero lickeicd  through lo all parts of  Great Hi itain and Ireland and at specially low  rate.-to all parts of  the J^uropcan continent  ,  Appl> lo nearest railway or -iciin&hip agent or  to ( I  T.  W. BRADSHAW.   Agent.   Revplstolie.  W. P   F. CUMMINGS. Pacific As-enc  >4f  --    -.������     Jin.  ,*r-       ^(     -n5|  *.  ���������^JA  nro-B u tj m t* m a u m m a ��������� n a  ���������:lca  BSrQSC  ���������Cgcmi   '  k| .       ;    -,���������-���������  Tho l-iJ.-i: irnntj p���������iod cal of 'he.  aorla   with iho suc-iccst ccno-i:! s-.iff  cf in/ tec n.cal peo'-c  ;-:������  B ������  ���������;������  i:������  ���������>���������  ���������;���������  ���������f"-l  ��������� in Its 3Slh \at  ���������no-.  Sj3i;-ip ioi S5 CO a yea- (i^c^^p-ij  U S   Carachi. Msxicai psctaco )  Tl.o Jojp- al a-d Pac-f:; Coast  Mine" toec-hor. ������o 00  Sail pie copies  iros    Ec-d fc- Boo'--  CataloEuo  The Esgh.hepu c a-ia Misisc Joj^- At  261 Brcafltt.a>. New Yor,  i'tiSnVi'Sa-'c.VeliffiiV���������  t  n  la  ii  ���������?!  n.  Standard reroe-i) tor Gleet,  Gonorrhccaand Runnings  IN 48 HOURS. Curos Kid-  ncy and Bladder Troubles.  M1DY  Rooms in Suites  and Co���������// Wnlcr  iu//// /]d///s a nt,  ToiU  '/'o I/(/.������������������   nltoilhiK  v  OH Ciltll    (liHll .   (,'(!.���������  ImJ'rK   I   tlN   I   O     arid Coivnclm  ��������� lllllllllKll in nil cim ii tuts.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent  Altornev-  Meehanieal     Kiif-meei     mid     Dnuiyhtsinri,  Hank  (it II   N. A   Iluil(lili(*s. ItastniK-. StKct  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  iioiteai(1 will -.tunc .in cumui* .i|i]inlnt  incut for those who eiinnol call inning the daj  J. c.  lllSlih  Sliiuti   llnttii/   /7/roif;/tnii/  GRIiliNE, l������n)|.ricli)r.        ���������        G0L  l:N,  flinv;ii<y I lot  i y'/'i f/ c,f,ii  i  I'.. C       '    ,  ff ������������������������*���������.���������".���������*���������-  i   -. T   1    ������^������--  .'���������'.,---"-h.v^**V-������-_*.'-:.-.1  miGH PRlCE^^X  ^X;iXXXX<V?SHil^YOURX;:;"  ers  Raw Furs Bough o  Cash Prices Paia  P.    IB.    l^EnLLS-,  Exporter of Furs.  OOMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG,      -       -       -      Proprietor.  Best br.uuls ol  Travellers  to  ,u this Hotel.  Wines,  Liquois .md  hish Creek will find evcellent  accommodation  Uiyars  HIDES  iii^|^j|^^^^@p  CALENDARS FOR 1904  it.  Wl' Il IV I"   I" I'll   "I | ��������� pnl  uliii-i Hi H i-li. Cm nl' ii  in    III ill-     mil    I   ill   (ill"   l  a. miH- i i rm -nih  Inn    In i li "II    I. ���������!  Ill  I III  1!   -im vi    v p.Ill    p.I (I   I -    |l  '  I  .  Til'"  1     I'^i'ill-    P.'!  pull   Ani"i t-  I -'  I' I  I lull   III  i- lin- ni-\, i  . ili-t i ii t  II < 11 i _r   i   i 111  I    I.   |   I ��������� -I  III   il IV       V\ Il II  - .'ll|il    -  [{ooie.iny Mail Pub C3. Ltd,.  ItKVISLSTOKli   li. G.  WOOD YARD  I  li.iv i'  -������l uti'il   a   p--ini.iiii'i)l  Wiiiid  Vnid   mi Tlintl kiici'i      Willi ntv p.i'-t  i Vpi'l K'lll p. I  liopp   I(p   lie   III   .1    piisillim  l'ps,|ll-fv   .ill    l.'fpiltiJll|P'lll-   nl   l-il-ldlll-  p'is      Mill    mil   i niilw nnd   -npplnd   in  .in v li'iij't li- ,it i ((1 in ed pi in". Tru i.i-h.  U. SAMbOX.  iiii^IiipiM  i'^il ���������;-200-212:;FIR8T.  :HAi������ SHIPMENT. COHVINCE YOURSEir  .WRITE  F6R CIRCULARS 1'   ,  I  THE &OOT.EJMAT- MAIL.  , We have ji large assortment of the best' American and' Canadian  makes of.  ������ladies and Bent's Parses  Card; Oases and  . Chatelaine Bags -   >  All ��������� the   newest  on hand at'the  styles  CANADA DRUG  AMD BOOK Coated  ,' ' revelstoke: \ ,  ./  OCAL &, GENERAL  w  ���������  33-  -    !   ,  11^'-*''.'.'  IIX?*  Mrs. Little'-- t'Oy today liiul li is foot'  badly hurt liy fiillinjj- olV.a bicycle. Di.  CliippC'i-l'ield nt tended him!''        H'  , ��������� A. lii-adsh.ivv is undor-joing an operation at the hospital today for ie '.nival  of a piece of" bone fiom lik injuied  hand.    ,       v ��������� i  ',', We aeUnowledi/e'ioceipt of the Iii si:  number pf Tho laocra!,;i' weekly paper  started ntiWcrtmmstci   in   the hbeial  .-' lnteie-t. .c'     f   -  The C. P. Jt* employee vvlio"veie* out  on strike have been.^united   a   iisccif  i pay though this was  not  asked foi by  ,v    the stiikei-s.   * ���������' "      ������  i'    .        -   * - *  k Mosquitos me exceptionally bad this  , season.    The Columbia .River Lumber  "'Co. Iiiid ito'shut"-down " then I--}-gingi  , i camp nc-ni Sicamotis owing to iho pest  We have to'th.iuk Mia. J\[.itliic,for a  jX present, of suawhei lies  grown   in   her  gaiden on Thud St     Tlicfiuit  is  the  L largest we  have   been   grown   in   the  ���������   'district. , '- , '"    '  rt .Hugh Condi-en, of .Yancouiei, has  leceived a British patci.t on his body  iiidiciting'buoy, a detailed account iii  "Which  v'v.ts   given'   in    these   columns  ��������� soiiie-timc ago.,  .Chief 13.1 i11 leaves next uecjclodo  'development on Dig  Jjend mica piop-  ', "ercies.1;, Jn his,absence J Sh.ivv will  act as chief of police with Doc Thomas  .   as night officer. i ���������  -'". It is lepoited the,C. 1'. K. have'30  men   at   tlie southern  end of the Ij.ii-  ^leau i ail way lopaiiinf; the damage  caused by high   water.'  The  Hack   is  'less damaged than was lepoited.  ' '^iSt.     Andicvvs     Willing -'Woikerb  "realized .1-112- ,it��������� their  enteitainivTctit  on'tlije 1st inst.    The Wil ling, Woikeis  wish to thank nil   who   contiibutcd to  i the success of their undertaking. '  , Angus McKcod, of Auowhead, vva-  'btought in'Wednesday by Constable  Upper on a charge of theft at .1 .1  Foley's store room, and was sentenced  to 30 (lavs' impiisoiiment by F. Frasei,  S. M.  Mis Coursier has handed ovei lo  the school tuistecs the balance of tlie  kindergarten fund, amounting to about  ir 100. for pioviding a libi.uy for the  citv schools, for which a well-selected  lot"of books has been ordeicd.  'Col. Holmes advises Lieut. Hi own  he hope- ro inspect the Kevelstoke  corps oi Pi M. JI. on Aug. 20th and  would like to Fee a good tmistei toll oi  the local corps will lose its dull pay  ' for the year. We hope now tliat such  an excellent chili hall has been pio-  vided the young men of the city will  take anintercst in it mid make the  local coips a cieclis to the city.  Fire Brit-ade Xo. 2 held itb monthly  meeting Monday evening when thiee  names were added to the membership  noil The oflicc of hose captain held  by "W. Fleming was decl.ued -vacant  o~vvin<- io his absence from the city,  nnd J. A. Dallas vva- elected to fill the  vacancy. Last evening Chief McLean  took his men the lounds of their  district iii order that all may become  familiar with the location of hydrants  and alarm boxes.  Social and Personal  ,1. A. Magce left Friday for the east".  The 1'ope still lives, though binking.  Mrs. Kislccn left for Vancouver yes-  teidity.  M, Grady came in fiom St. Leon  Thuisdny.  Mr. and Mis. N. Abrahnnifcon, of  Tiout Lake, an; in the city.   '  P. Uiijnhai t, who has been Iiiid up  with typhoid fever, is r6covering.  Mi������>. A. 10. 1'hipps nnd daughter  Sylviri-k'lt on Xo. 1 for Vancouver last  n'ight. , ,  0. Altvvood, M.K., nnd O. S. Mc-  U.utci went to Ferguson Tuesday,  retu'i I'ing Thursday. ,,  Oscni- Lnthain btopped oil' on his return with the lacrosse team from Nelson to visit.his brother.  Miss Floience Frnsei- arrived fiom  Nelson Satmclay to spend the high  bchool holiday:- at home. X  Miss Lottie Turiibiill returned Sunday iiftorjii ye.us abbcnce, which time  was spent in the'Klondike. '  It is ijlntcd ' lioitd Suiierintendcnt  Mcl'hersuii will leave Trout Lake to  take up li is residence at. Arrowhead.  ICcl. Mo-crop visited the new town of  Siimmei'liind, in the Okaiiiigr.n, last  week and is highly impiessed with  that .section.,       '   '  i\lr,"..(J P. Hnoley was taken to .the  hospitiiL-AV.edm^hiy-^avtming. The  docioi-a think she will Imve/.o undergo  an operation.  Mrs. Kd   ICimbei'ley, left Wednesday  eveniiigrfor Noith lien'd on n few weeks  visit to bei sister,   Mni.  (locnge  ICimberley of that place.     , n  On Monday , Mis.   Wallace   lauh'ato  and family in rived at At row head.   Mr.'  Ludgatc   will   build n le-iilcnee nt Ar-  lowhead as soon as lumber can bo eot.  K. K.  Vaul,  ma linger   of   Molsoiis  Iiaiik/loft Just evening  for   the const'  on a   three   weeks   vacation, .jiccom-  pnnied      by  ��������� Mis.     Win'd   s  Dining  his abseiK-e   I).  T.   Forbes, ib   acting  inn linger,   and    IC.   li.   Carnnhan,    of  C.ilgniy bian'ch, occupies  the,'position  of telloi. ���������                        '   '           '  The lesidenceof Mr. and Mrs. Wilkes'  was very gay last night when ii few of  their young friends enjoyed thcir'hos-  pit.ilily and had "the plensuic of meeting their c b lend, Miss Ogebnrn, oft  'Trail, who is spending n few w'ceks in  town, en route to I'oi tland, Oie. t'ro-  pie-sive heaits was the fcatuie of the  evening, (he pii/es being awarded to  MissM Buck and .1. G. Macdonald.  Luiich was followed   bv a little dance.  USE^*amiBzg>  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in .the World.  Mail us 15 Royal Crown Soup  Wmppei'B, and in return we,    .  will mail ti beautiful Picture"  ,    - sine 10x20; or for 25 Wrappers  your choice of over 100 books.  Drop us a  post card asking  for a catalogue of premiums  r   to be had  FltlDE for Jtoynl  Crown Soap Wrappers.  AddrobS ,   ,, <  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. ' Limited.  BUSINESS LOCALS.  1 "Go  to  W. Smythels  to  have" your  wheel repaiied.    - '  Ice cream, soft' drinks and eidor.at  the City Bakery.  "   Vou   can save   money by ��������� insuring.  With']I. N. Coursier.  Rend C. B. Hume ���������& Co's. iidvl. on  first page of this issue. '  Montscrrat liino juice, 50' cts. a  bottle at Ciinadii Drug & Book Co,  A carload of Hour and one .pf  gro'jcries received this week.��������� Hotirno  Bros.* ' '   ' ^     "  The St. Leon Hot Springs has -been  opened and'is now ready to accomodate visitors,, ' / ,  Visitors to   Camborne should   lake  THE PREMIER  Quiok-  reliubli'  *.old   at  To Increase Your Appetite  , Nothing will Miiiitllnle .1 keen, lie-  all by i clisli loi tnod, iiisnic giiiid'diL;.  I'-lmii and pel led a��������� initiation ,* like  I'Vi id/in,-', vv hieh i-. llm most' sin iechini imiii   .iiul   lu'.ilth    i I'liewcr  known  10 nii'iltc.il vi-iuiKjc, Fi'i Ki/.(iii(! i-. a  pnstivi- 'cuievtoi ' Aniii'iiiM, Impute  Blood, Hnil-, lJiinplp;s,lnrliHehli(iii,l)ys.  pi-p-ii.t   and'all   Stoin.itli    .md    Inivvcl  11 onble.-. l'Vt i (lyanie cl(ja nAi*-.,'stt i-ngli-  i'ii-and putitie-s I he blond; it inv-jgoi--  aK-s i lie Ileal t and net ve-, linni-iies  -.ie-kiicas and p.un, and makes .lilinu;'  Iii*npic well. Try .-. . tu>x in two ol  K'-i i o/,niic,thi' ii".iilt. will lic-a surpiise.  lJi ice o0c.\at dnigtrist!-, oc Js". C. Pol-inn  k Co., KinustoiiXOnt.' .  'llA.Mii/rtix's Pi 1.1.3 'cuuc Coxs-iii'.v.-  '1IO.N.   ,  NAKUSP.  froin oni (iwn Coi rcaputideiit.  U S. Thomas left for Auowhead on  Sunday lust  ���������\ buccessful bocial dance was held  on the night of July 1st  .Mi Blondon h.ib been home foi a  visit and with Mis. Blondon went to  the Xakusp hotspimgs  Mi Cowan, C T II paintei, nud his  men left foi Nelson ton ^Monday to  paint the slcamci Xolsou.  The stiawbeiiy and ice eieani  fe-tnal held altet the spoils on Dominion Day ,in aid ol the L'les-bj to:i.in  church, was a gieat success  Mi. Bovveiy, Baptist minister of  Pilot Mound Man , is heie on a visit  to his sister, Mis. Ifobbs, and pieached  in the L'tesbv teii.tn church Sunday-  evening.-  A. Cnug's singe fro'm Beaton,  est route, best service.'  i   I'hios   Fruit  Salt,  tits .old  remedy   for  headaches,  etc.,  Canada. Drug it Bonk Co.   '   ..   ,    i>  DR. W. .1. CUltltY,'  liebident Denlist,  .    Ollicc in Taylor Block.  The school trustees  call  tendeisfoi  levelling gro.incib,concreting haseini'iit,  and icnovatinij desks.   *���������   ^  Leave your, orders for ,pies ol .u'iy  kind���������ine.it, mince or fiuil���������at the  City Bakery'���������������������������A. li. Beiinison.  A special meeting of the -.Ladies  Aid Society of the11 hospital will be  held Monday at 4= p. m.     '      J <���������  Travellers '���������'visiting'Revelstoke will  find- the best'liccomodatio'ii at tho  Central lJoitel.,Abiahanibon Bros   -o  Get your piescriptionb filled at the  Canada Drug k Book1 Go's',1 they keep  the pin est of drugs only.    ,:  H. I L Trueiian will be in studio foi  thiee .(lays beginning Monday, July  13th,' Last 'visit till beginning September. ,  iKeaoivo ' your ' calendar orders loi  100-J till the lcpiescntntivc ol the  Kootenay Mail calls to show y on our  samples.                -   -  When vou, come to lieveKtoke h.-il  the Ccntial Hotel bus to take you to  a good 4 Ifntel. Abrahaii'soii Bros  ���������Flops" 'i    . - "^   -   _   v,  . Wlion you want to get to Caiiibdino  in speed and comfort, bok'out for A.  Ciaig's htngo ,line when landing > at  Beaton.     , '  '-! The ICooh'.v'av Ma'ii. and Family  Jrernld and Wceklv'Star 'will be supplied foi balance of 1903 for .$1.30,  together with two pictutcs "I'mity''  and "Alone."  A meeting of the Libe'ial Association, to considei prolimin.uy nriangc-  nients foi the coming election', will lie  held at the association's rooms, Second  stieet, Tuesday at S p. m.  Messis. Fujii it Ito have taken over  the lestauiaiit business foinierly conducted by Mis. Blake and hold their  opening.today. It will be known as  thc'Owl restaur.u.t, and will be open  for business day or night.  A,Or. Craig still conducts the feed,  livery and fieighting stables at Beaton,  and his saddle horses and light and  heavy ,convevances fr.i hire at all  time-,. His daily i-taize for Goldlieles  and Camborne meets the steamboat  on its arivel and departure.  1 ((-'on! im,iul from Piigo Ono )  your government did, Mr. McBride,  was to voto' $'10,000 for it court  house 'at Nelson while ronds and  tiails have never boon attended to.  (Renewed chcuis.)    ' ,,      '  ��������� The Premier���������J quite agree with  JMr. Kellie. ��������� I fc finds he will never  go back.agiiin.  Mr. Kellie���������If'Taylor had hliown  us much energy in looking after the  wclfiiio'of thedistrict as in culling  off the heads of officials it would,  have been better for the district.  -The (Premier���������Records always  tell thebaic." If you will study the  records'' of J. U. Kellie and Tom  Taylor;} you will see that Kellie  was out-distanced 'by Taylor.  (Cheers.) Jf you write "the department of,hi mis and works you will  find that not a single section of Iho  district,-wa's overlooked by Mr.  Taylor.j (Cheers.) Ho,did not bc:  liove wlion-Kellie was member ho  spent twelve months out of twelve  in looking after the interest of���������liis  riding.' ��������� Jlow runny years was  Kollie liK-niber? W^lnit was tho  beat'answer'/' 'Die people 'did 'not  ask him tO'i-elum fur'ii third term.  Had lie'done hi.i duty lie would  have been returned again by a large  majority,.,and Tomrj Taylor would  have been relegated "to Trout Luke  City. Jle urged ilium lo.sjivo fair-  play to their kite representative.  ��������� <    . - con0i,i;sio.v. ,,   ,'        v  i  J Fc hoped lo conic ������before tliiim  again before "the election1..' When  ho was ���������- minister of ri'iincb ",Mr.  Taylor could tell them he gave  their interest his bc-t' attention  and'would continue to do so. Some  of their timber was inaceeiible for  want of roads, and if his L'ovcin-  meiit was returned they would*give  these liiiittors thuir /uest attention.'  Ha asked for the -conservative candidate,for .llevelatoke, their-best  support., (Cheers.) ',  ,, In reply to a" question' by G. F:  Lincunaik, the premier '-aid when  Revelstoke complied with'.the conditions for a^liigh "school ns Veinon  and .other points tho'-government  would certainly'bring it about.  The-meeting then   resolved.itself  into nn organisation meeting.  Stomach and Bowel Troubles.  ^       " i  A promptly Mili-1'aet'oi-y cure, for  Oininp'-jCiilic', Indigestion. Ilealtliuni,  BilliiitibiH",s, Sick .Stoiini'ch and Sunt-  mi'i' Coiiipl.tinl, is n few drops of Ner-  viline in sweet cued water. Ni'rviliiie  al once iclie'ves pain , and sulVeM'iup:,  eri'iul ienl.es Ihe eat'tni* nl the trouble unci  cures iiei'iuaiienlly. Unison's Nerviliue  is the best gcnei nl piu-posi* remedy for  intei-nal pains known; it acts so quickly that no hoiisi'hold -hould be without it. Buy a 2.")i\ bottle nt' Nei'viline  lu-ibiy, it's nil i ight.    ,   , ' -  ,', Hamilton's, J-'ii.i.s Gums   Con.S'i-ii'-  ATION. j,  \V.\N'i'UU-l''AITIIKtIL l'ICItbON TO TltAV-.  cl loi well cil iblinliud iioiipo in a few (oiiiiIIuh,  i-alHni* un lunill iiioicliaiilh anil ugeiitK, Local  luii'ltni'). Saliiry felOJI a year and o\iniiineK,  linyaljlu SIH.ill a vvccl* In ca-,li nnd u\]iunscu ad-  I'uneuit. J'uhition poiiniiniiiit. lliiniiniht, sue-  cunslul'nnd iii>,li!iii*. Kiiolusu Hullnddiossed  (iiive'lo;iu.' SUindiiiil troiiMi,'lll.i CiinIoii 111(1);.,  UlneiiKo.      ��������� i "  MAIL OONTR ACT.'  QKAT<Kn TENDKltS. iiililrcshert to llie I'Ohl-  O iniihlei- (Juncial, will lio received nt Ollavvn  until Noon, nn Kildnv. lliu "Ui Ant-nil, foi tlio  (jonvnyencu of His Rla|c-,ly's Mails, on u pio-  poieil Ronlrnct for four ye'iu--,, iih i-ciinli-ed eueli  vvuy, between ItevcNloku I'iii-I Oilleoand Canadian I'acillo Knilway Million, fiom tliu lHt  Hoplcinboi'no\l.  1'i'inled nottei'H CQiiliLinln-* furthci- lnroi'inii-  llon as to conditioiiH of in opoii'd C'onlinct may  lie M-en and blank forms of 'JViidei- may Lo obtained ul, Iho l'd',1, Oilleo of Ilovclhlolcu and at  tlio ollle-o of tlio 1'onl OIIU-o Iiisiieelor. i  -      ' W. If. UOIIMAN.  i Po-a, Oilleo liihiiuutot-,'  Post Oilleo JiiHiioetor'h Oilleo,  Vnneoiivei-, II. C!., ailli June, 190.1,  .For Sale.  '"LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.  A'niccliiiK <���������!' the abiive'iissocintion  will'lie held, iu the riioms, .Samson's  biiildin^, Second stieel, nt S p, in.,  Tuesday, .Inly 1 lib.   ���������        ' ,,  ;  r' II. COOKIC, Heeii'tai-y.  \    A Special Meeting  nl the laidies''Aid Society of the Ilo1--  pitnl 'will be held on iWiindiiy, .July VA,  nt I'oui' o't'lnck al, the  llo^pilnl.  '" '    ���������-T^rsr."���������M - >  THE OWL R^?T  Must of JloKiins lliml;       ���������    .llevelslolco.  I������"<������i��������� your uienl.-.. Opi'ii day nnd ni^hl.  jMi'iil.s ^."ic and upwind. .Special weekly  rates.    Good service yiiiiiiinli'cd.  ,   ' FUJI I k ITO,  Piopi-ictoi.s.        "  Several interests in silvei-lead properties. For pni'lieulnt-s apply at, olliee  of the Kootenay Mail. -      '  ., For Sale, .  TWO Ui'Hldcitiooson ]\lelven/.lo Avomnv wit  inodoi-ii ini]iiovenioiils, ?.',WW eueli, on easy  .    tonus. ,  TWO  Itesidoneiis on 'I'lili-d  ijlreel  cnM, very  , ' coiivonlvnli for inllvvny men, $I,MKJ eueli  eiiHy tuuiih., i ,    '     , ,������  ON 10 IleHlduneoon  Klint. KI root, cnxl, enrtli ie-  '    niilred ?.)(XI, milijeel. to iiioiIkhko.  Ajijily to , , -  i JIAUVKY, JIcOAllTKIt &  1'INKIIAM,  FOR SALE."   '  -7-UOOMUn IlOUSIi, with  bath,  in,  I     lirst class locality.   Tei-ius, $750.00  cash, balance .^15.00 per month, Apply  ,     ' KOOTUNAY MAIL.  NOTICE.-  TVJOl'ICH la liei-eby i*Iveii (Iml, Llilrly 'cliiyn  X> after dale 1 iniend lo'amily to the OliioE  t oiiiinlnhloiKir of iiiuiriri and Workafoi- nspeeiiil  llei'iiKo I oetil. nnd cm i y away I Imbei- fi oni I lie  rolloHliiK*lL-i.ui'ibe<l land Hltnnlo in llie West  Jvoolenay diHtiiet:���������  ConiiiioiieliiL' at n post, nt the 'noilIi-ciihI,  eoi-nui- of MelCav Iliori.'iiio einptloti nn Flhli  ereek and nno half inllo liaek from xnid creek,  iiiiukK .1. 0��������� N.W. coriior piiht, llieiicot-oiitli  ]- r".)!',' I"1 l(1 "li'iiiiH, noi'l h It'll olmliiH nnd  wist KIcliiiliiH.toiiliieiMif eoiiiinoiieoiiient. ' ���������  i Arrowhead, U. (.'., July Dili, 1!KI,'I.  __. ' JOHN (JADWAY.  <f|  For Sale.  7.")0'bhaie.s in pHcntrici' mine. Will  sell whole or purl. J''ur pat lii-f.lni-s p-  ply at ollicc of JviiOTiiNAY MAM..  Ldst Hearing Quickly Restorecl  N( lid vvlti'ther of liiii^-t.l.imliii'j;  or licit, (li-.ilni'ss (.-.in lie pel IliaIH-nt-  ly cm ed.by Cilai t lui/mii', which never  tails 'even p in'., the 'Woi-.t imm-s.', 'J'lic  plcisanl'-sci'.rili'il vapoiMil'U.itni i biiyonc  .tll.ij.s iiifl.iiiiiii.itpon, picv-ciils and  eiiics Ihe c-.il.ii-ilial (-(inditioii t h.tl e.in-,-  "s dcnl'iii'ss mid iclicv cs i igh| .iw.iy.  Thou-aiids h.ivc pioved the cllicieiicy  of Calai ilio/Kinc, .-ind vvilh such a  valiiabli' ri'iiii'dv" vvitbin c,isy\ i each  tbei-c is no'loiigei any'i en������on lor pcup-  le lo ii'in.iin, cleat. .Oiitarrlio'/.oni' i-.  tci-oniincncU-o nl=(i for 'CoiirIis^ Golds,.  Gal.ii-ih-' nnd' Bronchitis." GinnpU-le  outfit, $1.00; .tii.il size,' 2."ic. Ding-  Ststs oi X. G Poison & Go., Il.ut-.  tot-d,* Comi., U.S., Kingston, Ont.  IlAMtr/ioN's Pill's cuius coxsrn>\-  tion.    - ��������� ,  REVELSTOKE SCHOOL ^BOARD.  "' ��������� . TENDERS.'-;'"  The l!ii-.lrcr. jlcsho to i-ee-eive lendeis for the  following work on thesuhool house nndi'ioiinds  1. Lev-cllin!* llie- i'i omuls. ^  '2. HuildiiiKii leneeuloiiK Second SIi eet fionl-  .itfo, and othei lenuecwoik. ~> '(,  II  Coiieiuliii!;' biisenient. ^ ,  I   ltenov.iliiitt desk-,. ( ' "'-   ���������" ,-  tipuuifle.itions, ele , ou aiailie'ilio::. ,       ,  r . ,  Tendois (cndoisedl will  lie iceelvcd  by the  undei-siKiiiid up to NOON on Tliuisdiij, July III,  PI'H i    , 'l y ^  .Ivueh tendi .��������� iiiu-st be ^leeniiipiuned by~ n  iiiiiikuil oil.i|iio'iiinoiinliiiir to 'J'eu (Id) pel lent  ol the piico Kndoicd. Tho.cheiiuool unj lie-  eepled tendeiei who tail-, io sit*u the tiecussmy  ���������iKieeiitenl and piovide bonds will be foileitid.  llonds io tho amount of-Ji pei con I of the  eonlinet. price will be iciiuiicd. ,  The lowest lender not necc"--inily accepleil.  IL Jp'LOYl), fceeietary.  IteielstoKe, II. C. Julv S, l!Xlt.  SI: .HELEN'S-HALL,  . .Portland, Oregon,  Home and  Day School1-for GirlSy  1i'"All dep.n tiiii'iils npiMi |aloud,iy. Scp-  tcnili"! J.'ith, H'lH.i FiiirAc.ideniic.'iiid  GoIIckc pi ep.it.iliity cihum's, .is, wcllvn������  LhiiKiiif-li Priuiaiy and I titer mediate  inM i fiction. ' '  ��������� Music,' J-llocution and Ai I.'under the,  tin eel ion ol specialists.  Book ot infoi ination sent on application lo i' .      'l   *,    ' ^ '  i Ml.SS   I5LHANOII  TlHDETTS,  .  ' -i        *   '      ���������-���������     Piincipii1.r  FOR SALE CHEAP.  Ladies,, Boys and Men's   '  ..-������',     .*.  Boots and Shoes  i ,    i   * ���������  JSt'i' my iissin (incut, of  ihe best  bargains ..ever .oll'ei cd   in   tlio    ���������  1 eily'ui these lines.  '     ' 'X   .1: GUILKTTO,     v-  .  Second stTcet,-     - Hcvel-,toke'.   .  NOTICE.  i   . i, . .  ���������ATOTICK  in  luueliy -di-on   Hint, llui-ly dnjN ,"  iO. ���������"iriI1" 'lulur'i ������"|-"'ll<>i.l>|ily lo Ihe Chief .  C.oniiiiisslonei-or Liimlhiuiil WNn-khfoi iiHtceliil  lluoiisu 11> citL anil tairry un uv -1 iml>or fiom tlio  followhik described lands, slliuile In I ho West  Kootenay district;��������� i  CoiiiiiioiicIik-  nt ii  p0"-,l   at   (he   noilli-ciist  coi hit of Mokiiy  llioi. pie einptlon'on  |('|h|, v  eieek nnd one linlf iiillejinek lioni Miid crook  inaikci J. (.., N. \V. ooinoi  post, I hence houih  , ",)!"!' i11'1,'" c,llui������v ������������>i I li I'-'D ehnliiH, nud  ,  vvohl. lOohaliiri to place iifeoi iniuoinoiil.  Arrowhead, 11, C'��������� July 81 li, I!ll|:i.  '      ' ' ' JOILV C'AIIW'AY.  ,   l NOTICE.  I ^ J  MOTICH Iw heidliy -riven llmt'llility ibiv-s  ��������� ',., ��������� ������fl������;f (lulu I tiiKimt ,H> aiiph- lollieOldul  U-iiiluMonorof LuiiilKiiiid Win I.m roi'ithiiuulitl  r lii,.uS.!iui"t' "iV S"." J'.nwuy tiiiiliLT.no n llie  follow Iiik*Io>il'iIIh-(I lands; ,       ,  C'oiniiiencln-*iitiiii(isliieiii-Uel('HL-iibln in  Ihe head of Iniioklu Cieek'In Kirn Vnllev,  niiii'lieil Joseph f.eiiellu's mhiIIiliimI, coi'iiiir  iisl. I'liimiiiK noi-lli illelialiH, llieneu wesl HI  eui us, Ihcneesoiith HI ulni.iii.i._lIicnuu east WI  olialiis, iiioi u oi- less, lo polul. ol euiiiiiieiiceiiieiil,  Nukiihli; II. 0.. Jiinct'lid, lllu.l.  '      .     ' ..lOSICI'If (IKNKLLK.' .  GHIITll.'IL'ATI':   or- iMI'ltOVHAIBNTH.  ���������r BARGAIN SALE .  .   J'    .      ,       "_OFr- '  POTATOES  ���������''Ten to twelve'tons of Potatoes. ^    '  Pi ice unassorted, ."i()c pet''sack.  Price'resorted, 70c peV'sack.    *  -\      " '���������     ,fj'. (-iUILlVlTO; |  Sei.otiilp.Slii'et,' '   - Ituvclstukc.  NOTICE.  .Me'iidow'jIJuein   and   Jlonnliiiii    JI    .Mincnil  Llalini. hllunte   iu  the A now  Lnko jMiniiiK  I ii v Klon of \V csL ICootnniiv lilnlnct. t  "laao lufiteil:  On,Uiiiiiltu JUuiinluIn, at the  head of Mini ml Creek.  TAICIO NO'l ICIO that I. ICcnnelli L.. Jlui-iiel',  (iiKoiil, lor .Sinilli Cm I Ik, Ksii., Kicc Jllnei-'s Cei ���������  ill/ciileNo. I17.').II7, and L. Vv-||liiuus, |iVi., |.'mu'  Minei m Ceilllleiite No. JI.i7.T8i.) I'Vee .Miner's  C'jililieiiloNo. Ilij-ill.', Iiiteml. skly dnjs 1'ioin  Llie date lieicof, li-iipply to the Miiiiiil- Kecordei-  lor a Curl illume of JiuiiioiciiieiiK for (,i,c ,M|,-.  pose of obliiliiliih'.iUiiJiwi Qriint orntlio above  Ulllllll. ,        , l .... i ...  And   fin tlior  late  notice that acl ion, under  bee lion 117, niiist be coinineiieed befoie I lie issuance olsueh Ccilillenle or Iinpioveiiients.  Haled this Second day of Jul-., A. D1 1IKU.  '   ,-     '  ' JvlONN'KTJf L. HUltN'KT, I'. L S.  CJ'IR'J'IinCATK OK .IMl'ItOVKMHNTS.  i     l -��������� i       '  NOTICE.  \  POLITICAL.  ���������>- . -,' ^(*t'^!&&&$&~  y   'y  Xii man or woman will lie-tlaie to  spc.ii; well of Gh.iiniii'i Iain's Stomach  and Liver Tablfts afti'i once trying  tlip'iu     Tlip'V-.ilway-^ptodiic-e a pleasant  IllOVI'Illt'llt of the liovveN, UlipiOV,' til"  appetite and stie-ifr-Llii'ii the digestion.  I-"ot- sale liy all di nudists.  FIRE VALLEY.  I'ri*ni Our Own ('iirre.^HtiMliMit  C. (.ij.iflvv in, iv ho li.is been awav for  s-oiiio time in tho Ok.uiiit-an valley,  has. n tm iit'll to In- ranch.  The nincliei- aie iin.vioi'sly lookitiy  for fine neither -o that they ran coiii-  i meiicc on thcii heavy hay crops  M. ami Mi.s. Williams and family,  who have be'en s|i-.n(lin-; the ivinter  and -prins; in Im r^ii-on, lime ictui ned  to then- i.inch at Kdt'civood.  Mr and Mis. Carniichiii-l and finiily,  oi the Ld'^ewood Uairy Ranch, lire  liMvimr fcr the coast nn the Kith.  They intend making their home in  Vaiiconviir for some time.  THE MINES.  Dur'mp his eastern trip\T. M. Kellie  succeeded in inteiestinj* iiifliienti.il  eastern capitalists in the development  of Kootenav mining properties  Last week an American (-apert  e^.mline(l the fjeatrice on 'behalf of  capitali-tc who propose t.ik>nj.Mip the1  whole of the unsold stock of the company at the p.u \ft.hie of ."iO cents a  share I-'. Fulmcr accompanied him,  and he expressed himself well pleased  with the showing at the mine.  A big boom is expected in the lead  indu-.try. The dominion j-overninent  has canted si $13 .i ton bonus, on lead  to j,'o to the miner, and owing to the  sliuttinudovvn of tho Australian mines  IJrit.iii; is threatened with a lead  famine thus niTordii,-* a market which  British Columbia is leady to -mpply. "  ���������I. A M,'!*;eo and ,J P>. McICeii/ic  have, bonded the Moscow elnni on  I'ool cieek fiom Ihe Double Ragle  Miuin-,' Company '1  tlio fiee-inillin,*   jrold  The Socialists have leased 13 IL  Atkins building opposite the postodice  for election hendqiuutcis. .T ir.iw-  thornthw.iite will nddicts a meeting  shortly.  1 At the cioao of 1'iemicr Mclhide's  acidicsb Thuuday the Conscivntives  held a meeting to elect ollicois with  the following icsult- Ifonorar.\ picsi-  dent. Hon. Jt. McBride?- president, P.  If. Vomiji; lirfct' vice president, It.  Ooidon; second .v ice picaident. W  .N'cu'in.ui; sccret.iry-trcasnier, G.  Field. The executive will not  concluded till next nicetiti";  M.  be  FOR SALE.    ' '.  Hay, Horses9 -  ��������� and Fat Hogs  '  Some 15 or 20 tons of good Timothy  and upland hay, not pressed, at,.$15 pet  Ion al, the stack.       '    ���������  Fifty fat hogs at (ie pel lb.'hve weight  Twelve or more horses.   Sonic .saddle  horscs.'aiid others for general piupn.se.  Apply to  A. L. FORTUNE,  .    BNDKRHY, li. U.'  Judgment Has   Been  Delivered  by   tbini-.inds   upon   tliousands tli.it  the only cure tor ciii-ns .ind waits ih.it  acts without pain in   21 hour-.   N Put-  nan!'-" it's the best.  WRAPPING   PAPER   AND  PAPER BAGS.  The Kop-.ti nay Mail bus been  appointed nt-ent foi oik of  the; largest Canadian J'apcr  Mills  \Vr.ippii.!������ papci- in lolls or  flat, an<I paper b.ij,'- of all  wcif-lit-" ,\ia\ -i/.e- ftip]>ti''(l to  order pi.iilcd or iwipi nitcd.  Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.  us   claim   ji   in ,   .-  belt   near Can-,- j >-  borne.      Considerable      developmont;    work lia-p la en done and Messrs Miit-co '  and Mclvetr/ie   intend    doint*   further  woik.  Moscrop Bros.  Th.  UGGESTI0NS  A COOL PLACE  A NICE BRWK  e.m* vv h.-il, you find ntlhe  mnnq suda and ice  'IluOO  CREAM  PARLOR  J. A. MIJiLER & CO.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures j^" Put In.  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  BLANK FORMS  A. E. BENNiSON  Baker and Confectioner  has opened bi- new bakery on  JMcKcn/.ie avenue and trusts  Ih.-il, his p.iol, expci ii'iicp* in Ihe  city will iiiei-itja tan-sh.nc ol  pulilie pal milage  A FULL LINE OF  CAKES and CONFECTIONERY  Home-Made Bread a Specialty  BIG BEND STAGE  -        ^       .     '*    - *        ,  LeavcsclteveI-tolce lor Hon I. Landing  .it iU'AO p. m. Mondavs and /I'hursfiays,  meeting stc'ainei on icturn trip.  ,   ' *  2.j lbs baggage free,    i        "  Intending" passengers should leave  vvoid at li'leniine's Stable or" rin^ 'up  phone No. '8 when'.the Stage will mil  for tliPin."  -     ' "W..FLIi,MIN(L  I'lirllnlid Miiici.il C'lniiii, s'llmitn in  dm Anew  _   L.ikc iMiiiini* JlnNiiin (,r West Jv.iolcn.iv J)i-     i  tricl. ' ', j ,  Wli.'K). localed:   On  CiiiIkki C'icuI.,   iilinul   111  ,' null", fi mil I he iiKMilli.'.-,    i ,  TAKi: NOTIUISIIuil I, Ivi'iniL'lli L  lliiiniil, or^  Hossliiiiil. (iK-ciii   rui   Mi. Al.   li   ICiuk, bpcciiil  I'i. o Mmill's. Jjicuii<ii:Nii. ,"iltn, issued at Itdss-^  land .IiinuSlli, UK) I,) I'ico Al iiiur'-, <'url ilic.itu No  Ui.ii.I-', inli'iid, sixly d.ivs Troiii  llx> d.ilo huii'of.    -  loapplj tn llioAliiiiiif-ltuuiidorrorn t'( rlillcnl.)  ol Jiniinivoiiiuiils, Toi llm puriiosc ol oliliiiiini-*    ,  ,u Lnuwi Ornnt <>! (Ik- nlmvo cliuin.S - -���������  , And   finllicr, lute iinlico tluit 'nclinn. under   '  b( cli.in ,',7, miisl lio I'oniiiii'uccd  lioroir tlio is-u-  ���������iiico of such L'urtillcutu nl Jniiimvcinunls  Diitud tills twonlv-Iirili (InV.ir Jump, A. Jl'liXl'l.  ���������,    . ���������   ..'KISNNETlf L.''J!URNi:T, j������. l s -���������]   -  9  has opened in L. A.  Fret/.'s'Building,-  First Street, near PostofTice.  TAILOR and CLOTHIER  Give me a liinl and you will  lind thot I can give you fust  class vvoi kihiitisliip at modcr-  alo prices.  LILL00ET, ERASER- RIVER &"CARJ-"  -    B00rG0LD FIELDS-LIMITED.    '-1  "     "   ' In Liquiclatio'n'.'^    HJ,  List of Proportlca to Bo Sold by Private  Tondor, Pursuant to tho Directions  ' o       of tho Liquidators.    ,  -  Revelstoke Grows Fast  Wc grow faster, having added  lo our Bakery and Confectionery  business lull lines ot  Groceries and Camp^ Supplies  Trout Lake Mining Division  ALI'IIA GROUP Ibcltoi known ns -Hio.id-  vmvv Gioiiii"), coinprisiiii*1 II Gionn KiniiMd  iiiinui.il uliiiins, oi- rinctioiiiil cliiuns. bilnalcd  on Giciit Noitliuin inoii-iUin, above I<'i>i-(?iinoii, .'  11.C, tn-fctlicr with two blnuks of liinil, iinniuly:  Lotllll, siltuilud nist, west o������ Kcigiison toivn-  silu, and loi 21 III. .situated about 2 miles noil li- -  (Jiislci'ly fi oni Kci(,'iis(iii on tlio Noi I li Km k nf  ij.iidciiu i Ivor, nl, Llm tout of Grcut Noitlioin  inoiiiiliLin.  I.ANMIS silu.ilcd'on tlalcn i Ji.iv. Upper Ar-  iow Luke. .'I'liioo blocks ol lund compii-uiik. im *i  all, abutil I!ill acl (.'s.  ' Rossland Camii. '   . L  Tin- "CITV OK SPOKANI.-" ami   "N'ORTII  S'l'All"    llllllLl'.ll     I'llllllis,    lOl-.'tlK,!-   'vvilli    111.'  biiildiu^s nnd e.iiiipiiienl tlieicon. '"  Boundary District. '  The ' NI'TA" ininotiil cliiiin. Giovvn j-i-iuilcd.  siliiiitc-d in vilull is tiuivMiiih "HiiivMrsC'niiip."  and the "(JUKKN OK bl'AUKS" iimiu.il cliiiin,  (li.iwii t-i.inled, situalul in vvluit l.s known as  " Ccntial Ciinip."  Illccillowaot mining Division.  The liANAUK GROUP, coinpnsi.i-,' ,I.i ,  Ciovvn (,'iunted inineiiil (.hiiins, or fi-.iuloniil  claims, situated on the iii.un line of the Canadian PiiciHc lallivuj, iiciu Illeuillun.icl. JI. (,'.  -1- Pin-ties de-inn-,' to put iu a londei-foi unj ono  nrmoip of llie.abo\(. incutloncd pioueilies  should have then on-juiLci-on tlioKioiind and  cNiiiuiniitions made vv illiout delay.  Kinthei- pni-ticiil.iis mid conditions of sale  and Tonus of lender (which aie to lie sent in  not later thiin the l.Uh AtiKtist, J!KM,| miij lie  obUiinul Kiulis- of llie Uipudatois, t'olleifo Jfill  Chiuubeis, Colh'tvo Jrill. J.ondon. K. C, nnd J.  V Ainistioiig. Huvelslokc, Uulisli Columbia.  Dated 11th .June, 1<MI  SAMSON & PAULSON,  Pfiinters;PapepIiangei's,Signwritei'S  KALSOMIN'IiVG   DONK.  Oideis ici-.-ive pioiupl ullciition.  Sceo i li I si reel,  IlKVULHTOKI-:  K. VVATWIJSOiV.  Bricklayer and Stonemason  ,-enl.s lor  tlie Olehrated  AIONSOON THAS.  M.A.-SMITH&GO.  Vietoiia Kond,  Ucvelsloke.  r O, Iiox- nil  I-KA'KI.STOKIO, II. C.  A. I'.  .' A. vi,  will   heieafti t meet  Second Street, Revelstoke  Kootenay lodge  in the I. (). O. P. hall  over post oflicc.  r. o. o. I'.  Kclknk lodge has hud the lot iul joining their hall fenced and will now  liavo ;. pnsttiie Held loi the goat near  at hand.  r��������� o. r���������  ThcTiue Blues and Itevel.stoke r,  O Ij will attend seivicc at IhoT'res-  hyteiian (iliuicli Sunday nioiiiing  On Monday they will coninieiiioi'.ite  llu; battle of the Iloync hy holding a  basket picnic on the Gun Club  t-toiinds, leaving the lodge iooiii ul  noon .Spceulici will he delivcied hy a  nuiiibor of local orators. Hand in nt-  toiidanue.  Mining & Legal Purposes  Transfer , Options, l'o.wrs  of AH'/rr-iy, Stal ul',ry ))(.( -  laration-,, ('roxiVs, etc., ran  be obtained at the  ..Kootenay Mail Office..  TO PRINTERS.  We have Tor -ali'  Press with which  enay jM.nl. Ituns  'J'hc ic'piircrii.'tiN of  a   fioul <    ( ylindcr  vv c pi im I in' Kiiol-  hy  IiiiiiiI ci power.  .nn   Ini-iuess  nc-  c������'M'!itale our piiltnig in ,i laitji' sleiun  plcss, nnd il i-, Im m.iki' loom lor lllis  thai  we wish In s.'ll the  I'lonly.  Till-:  KOO'I'H.VAV AlAir,  J'UJJLISIIINU CO. Limited.  Inn ������ of .Mnum iwnl. iiiidi'itnkcii.  hsIliiiiilinKlvcii for biilldinp,, etc  H..B. ST0NEX,  MACHINIST   AND   GUNSMITH,  ('lipo-ili' Ci-ntial Hi-tol, llcvclslnke  l/.ilh'. ;iml    Ocneinl   Mncliliic  Win k  I'limipl I)    Kx.'i iii.'il  FIREWOOD  I laving taken over tht: firewood supply of the Harbor  f.iinilvr Co.'s mill, orders left  at the mill, at \V\ M. Lawrence  or by rincrinjr up phone No. 8  will have prompt attention.  W. FLEMING.  J. Guy Barber  JEWELRY  WANTED  jlXl'IORIIONCIOD  E  at Ariowhead.    Addiess AV  (jatc, Arrowhead, IJ. C.  OAUPJONTEItS  work  G.  Lud-  TlOR   HAIjIi���������A   Champion   Jlaiiffe.  Apply  lo  Mrs   W. .1. I,ce at rear  ot Moi-pran's JJarber shop.  F  TtOH SALK-IOOacivsot land adjiie-  ii  II.   C.   J.'iascr,  B  j*ood   cows.    Address  b.-ilmou Ann, H. U.  FOU KALIi��������� A first class livery and  fieif;hliii������ business.    Apply office  ot Koolenay Mail.  WATCHES  and a  complete lino  of the  GENUINE  \ i' rt'" >S'  r $ "" ff  V������ll-.,r.// (,L  Rogers Bros."  Knives, Forks,  Spoons, etc.  K>p.q (..ireful!-.- c-xnnimcd nud  prninih fittccl Co Oil- lx.st Krade  ofi'lnsExs -JT~~), ^  ''-- O i  )  Repairing. V ���������        \^_y  ANTHD���������Put chaser   for  si ore in -xiowini; town .  ollici' ICootenay JMnil.  w  KftU'ial  Apply  WANT TO SJSI-L-Twour the best  hotel invi'stiiiciils in Ivoolenay.  Fur parliciil.-us apply to KooLcniiy  jMail ollicc, Kcvelsloke.  A STANT  VV     sold  TO  SJi  bb--  nt  ei cs  ts     iu  -bei  Mllt*  iiiiuci  ���������al  claims on  Fish Creek.  A  pply  to otl  ice  of  Knot-  enay Mail.  WANTED KNOWN-I3aili..i ..-  qmrui'j- Itt-I. class npcuin-r t,,  Sim t, business cm leu u ol'one liy np-  plyintriit Kootciiiiy Mail ullii e.  WANTI5D TO SJii.L-T^TiTTMTsc-,  and lots at lisitifr i,iWii ol (Jain-  bin ne; cieli picperly vv ill let Im <jj|.-> a  inonlli: jit-icc on imiIi pnipcrlv JS'illll  Km- p.u Mculai s apply al nfTlcc of K.pmi -  enny Mail.  cd  WANT TO .SliLL-Univi-isilv  ition nl' Shaki'spciic .villi illit  li.itions and unit's. Pnee $22(in lei-ius  tiiuiiclv $2 cash and $2 per uioiilh. Ap  ply at Kooteu.iy Mail.


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