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Array Vol. 6.���������No. 11.  \\  f^J^>%A %%> A%AJ$^  EEYELSTOKE. 'WEST KOOTENAY,  B.C., JULY  8, 18!)!).  $2.00 a Year.  $  I'  ���������I  $���������'���������  ,   I '      -  "'l'is very general opinion   that,  the  success attending  lhe celebration   wil  establish Dominion Day as (In: aiinual  Tr.uil  Luke City holiday;  R.-vcl.'  stoke holding to Qu^oiTs Uirlliday .���������ind, perhaps, Labor Day.  Th.-H-'veLtoke  contingent of cxcur  .   MORE,EVIDENCE.  The Revelstoke Board o." Trade ��������� Must  Change Irs Practice.  iceunntlates  l--".c!st<il*e  mav  "if  i,  t-umi-tt-,   about   ���������."()   all   told, to Trout  L'iil.e Cily  celebration, relurned Monday evening to the music of Revelstoke  Ci! y's e-icelleut   band, playing "Home,  S ,vi-el    llonn-.'1      They  retui-ued com-  ' pletely s iti-lied  of  the   beauty of the  model n, I.-icerne, of the heailh- giving  (jiniljlii-.- of .a place which cannot  show,  you a cemetery, of lhe   wellness of liv  surinuiiding-that can   sliovv   a   Silver  Cup, and. by many 1 ecolh ctions, of the  ho-pitiility   and   cheerfulness   of    the  pei.i|ile.      Without -doubt,    a   prettier  place   and   one   with   better   founded  hope.-  of   future   piospe'rily and   per-  ni,inence tlianTi-otit LakeCity.it would  he hariblo.fkiii, and   the   enterprise of  its inhabitants ;is  exemplified in sidewalks, giach-d streets, wharves, hotels,  steamers, snv mills, residence.-, and ali  the r'-.-si of it, caught at lirsl.   sight the'  gize and plea-lire of its visitoi s.  ���������   The  hotel accnnimodalio.n for a place of its  si/..* deserve.-*, really, a passing woid of  praise:    in 'pi,ires very much  larger it  his* m.iny times h.-en found nob half so  good.    Another fealutv of great astonishment to vi..iior.- is the absence there  and jump.    J".   Smith   made .another  win iu the standing high jump, with 1  feet, 2 in.' to  his credit, Bell being  but  one inch behind.    Lundy at lust got'a  deserved  first, with 8 feet. 10? inches in  Ihepole  vault, Curi'ie gelling  second  with S  teet,  I) in.    F. Jones capl tired    and   forw-.-ud   such   petition  lhe  running  high jump with 4 feet, S    corporation   innv   iigiec, upon  in      "'    -And si ill the evidcnci  against the praet.-u* of i  Roan! of Tiade council v. lucli  forwaid "petitions "at 'ori e." or  they think pruper, )( for (liu's.ime to  tin: board." Tiie example-, ot Nelson  and Ki'iuiunps ha\e iiin-adv,, : been  piesonted now   bcie   is   the    ilr's'.land  Contrast.  , l'l-.\*(T*o,Y.S 0J' Till; (���������i>,I*VciL.  (d) The council slniil ilr.nv up-'pe*  litions and refer the same to the cor.  poration at <*i111<*��������� i- a genera! or <pw.i.A  meeting: or, in the t*\ oiil i.f prompt  action being net-ess,uy, the council  may petition the pio\iiu-i-,l and 'fedeial  p:u-li,-uiients diiei-t., Tli't-v shall, if  i-eoui:ed by the corporation',   draw   up,  as    the.  at   anv  THE COUNCIL MEETING  > #"-"K two inches higher  than   EuT^n-gtriv-T meeting.  of tin; Oriental. Trout Like is ii while  m in'- qotmti-y���������long may il remain so.  B.U to proce -d to the celebration. The  elV *l" visitor from .North Konlonav 's  c.miiul ' was early wakened on the  ' tii.ii-tiij.i-; of' lhe 2'kd celebration of our  nn: ioiiiil. confcdei-.uion by liie loud  snl ti tit of dynamite. Again and again  it,.ro.t:*i-d i;i Hue mining cam^ style till  oven'the laziest tiheved   the   summons  - ��������� ��������� i  and even in the forenoon the slivets  ,were lined with residents and visitms  watching th-,- interesting gaines. Rut  'slid the crowd grew. | From Revel-  . stoke,    Feign jun.    Thomson's,1   (Joma-  Aplix',    "Ai l-o w head,    Halcyon,    ami    all.  " about and aimind they came (in Feigu-  soii there were left but tlnee to hold  the town) to j.iin with Trout Lake  Cil y in tht* day it celebrated. Fiist  caiiie lhe boat races on the beautiful  Like that lie-S before the city., Then  began (in-fore lunch) on Victoiia street'  part of the interesting programme of  athletic events. 0. Wood took fiist  and W. Cunningham second in the  boys over S race, and for boys under  that age,A. McPher.-ain took the prize.  Another Mi Pheroon. Miss C took the  gii Is under 10 event, ami again a Cunningham ' was second. A diversion  was now  found   in. the   fat men's race  . which res.died in a. dead heat (on account of fat). The. obstacle race was  iM-i!y won hv Ed. Bell, and "Harry"  Carter covered ground^ in the prospectors' race in a way thai showi il him to  ��������� the "manner'' born. J. Smith look  the-a-.-k race fiom I'M. Hell, but Bell  ami Lundy made a popular winning in  111 - : in -v-lcui-cd race. ,  i. ��������� ...  A \ery interesting contest, was the'  fii'euieii'.s compi-tHioii, being,,;! ;10 yard  ran, rai-ing ai-d i limiting laddi-is lo  peak ol roof. R. was i un by lhe "big"  men i;i Ii.1! second- as against oii for the  "iiitle'iiM-." In the standing long  jump .7. Smith won with 0 feet, G iu.,  fi'.i m .J. L'imly;'and in the running  ditto. F. Jone- won fro n lhe same  man viilh IT feel, 2} in. Again, for the  I hii il time Lundy h;id hard luck, get-  l\r,'; .���������-cond   to   Rell   in   the   hop, step  Rell. J. Smith look the shot, putting  event from Wisener, a Revelstoke visitor, by a half-inch; and, in a splendid  iace with a steep hill finish that would  kill a mountain goat, -F. Jones and J.  Smith heat. O. M.<Field, of Revelstoke,  who made a very good race.' F. Loiul-  re.-in find J. O'Donnell heat L. Johnson  and Harry,Carter  in   the drilling con'-  tl'M- ��������� a -.,','  The  horse   r.-u-us 'were all very well  contested   and     excited /considerable  interest.    For the principal   race there'  were three ciitriosMiillman'-*- "Mike."  'Craig's  "Ri-iton,"   Ross's   "Lady   Ban-'  nockbiu-h."    The. first,heat was won by  Briloh,     Lidy     B innockhui-n     next;  second  heat  lhis was  reversed; third  Ileat as the fiist.    ilillierof R-volstuke  rode for Ross.    The cay use  nice  had  three  entries also, Ilillni.in's "Pinto,"  Craig's "Blue������.Jay," Ross' "Jo-Jo." The  three heats had  all   the .same   result.���������  .Jo-,Jo first, Pinto second, and Blue .lay  third.    'I'he pony race   h.-id t wo enl ries  ���������Asa Ililhuati's  Maud,"and Schmidt's  Butcher Boy.    Maud won. 0  tAt four o'clock the. Jong looked foi  football match came oil". The result  was pleasant ,to Lar(le;iu,'f who won  with three goals to nothing." For"the  lirst half Revelstoke, whose team had  hw-en made up on the ground, and wlm  hii'.l' no- previous practice, kejit their  husky opponents out of tlu*ii*goal| but  on -changing- ends the tale-was -differ-*  enl, as in the last fifteen minutes of  the game weight and wind told.-aiul  by rushing down the visitors' hacks  three goals wi-re t quickly scored. For,  Laideaiii special 'mention might lie  made, perhaps, of lhe play of Messrs.  'J. Cuiiiiuiiigs, F. Bailey, Alex. ^Cummins and F. Holton, though Dr. Elliott,  T. Lewis, G. Hainhly and Ed Bell also  deserve notice.  In Ihe evening a very, interesting  item of the celebration was a display  of liri*woi'k-s-fi-oiii the sleamerVictoria,  which lay out from the dock some half  ;i mile. This was followed by a dance  later (in and lo which everyone mostly  went and enjoyed. c  Next day th-* splendid lake steamer  Victoria took an excursion party-of  seventy down to Selkirk City .-it foot  of the lake and a very pleasant trip  was had.  The Revelstoke Brass Band covered  It.elf with glory. II. was everywhere  -on the Stieet, at the dance on the  excursion, at church services*, ;ui'd, nn  the whole, delighted everybody. It  left Trout Lake City, with the rest of  its- townsmen, playing "God Su Willi  You Till We Meet again." ' At Thomson's*, Comaplix and Arrowhead it  kept itself in practice, and came home  every- man int line. Tlu\ Mail has  nothing but congratulations for Trout  Lake City at lhe successful second  at tempi at celebration of our national  day and trusts that it may regard it aB  a yearly lixtin t*.  Jleie in tliis case. the. only time   ike  council in-vy take ihj*   initiative   is   in  the   event    of   piompt   action .dwing  necessary:   at   all   oilier   times   it.  is  subject io  thc   tilling   of   the   general  board.     What-a   tremendous   contiast.  between this and Revelstoke   practice,  wliere tlio'council, if i8 thinks   proper,  may refer a���������inattei- to liie rest   (>������-. the  board and if it does-n't see fit may d-jil  with it  "at once"' and to its own sweet-  will and pleasuie.     Urgency is   not   a  plea in the local case at all, .the   power  of trie-part, (the council'   is- lecognized  as grealpp than tlio whole��������� the  boaid.'  Oilierjioards of ir.ide woulrl   confer   a  favor by sending in eojiies   of   by-laws  for coutiast.**  A Very Light Session   at This Week's  Meeting1.  The cily council  met last  night,   all  pieseiit.'  .Minutes   of   previous   meeting  lead  and adopted.  Communications were received from  II. W. Edwards re deposit of garbage  over liver hank near' his residence: AS.  A. Lawson offering his services .-is cily  auditor; II. N. Coursier re. lea.se of  'poilionof King street lying between  Front street iind Columbia river; A. C.  Thompson, on behalf of Revelstoke  l.odg*- I. O. O. F., offering council  low ei- portion^ of lodge building on  lease of five yeais for'.$17.)0, allowing  $"}()(! of this amount for furnishing.  Clerk vvas instructed to write Mi.  Edwaids; and communications of  .Messrs. Coursier and Thompson were  laid over.  The public works committee recommended expenditure of the following  amounts on streels: First street, from  Mnlhons Bank to freight shed, $150;  Fir.-t street, between Molsons and  Imperial Batiks,-, $150; road passing  steam laundry, $30.       - '  Moved and seconde'd hy Aid." Kil-  patiick and McKechnie thiit the report  of public works committee be. adopted.  Cairied. ' c  On motion by-law No. 17 received its  (bird reading and was finally  adopted.  Aid.   Crage   reported   thai    several  aAV^^^ya^ <i/$^'S/^'C,'i^/:a/^1S>^<V^  P ������������ It  gitnnzz  p  ii  ^  ~s  TT7 Hii .Mining Ib-coui'indal'.'i-s i;i snnie-  g        and .Mining  Journal ��������� says   il  sivm  Representali\ ey of the company now in t In  tro.ig l.tngmg1 a-id ih- E:igim-ei ing  .���������i" if inve-tig aion w.ii advi-i.-ible.  couuiiy a;e -til! -ilent.  Comment upon the, Lost ou ai.d lb-'.t-  h    (,/olinnlji.i    Copper    Miuin-f    and  oufi  ned   lo.  Ti\P coi i-e-poiidence moves lhe Journal to edMori.illyieinark: ',*A corre.-pon-  di-iit iii������aiiii'ther column calls attention  ���������ri,,.    I>..;���������; i.    i" i , , ' ���������    i1"  ���������������������������,1  l'."<'*-pe(-ius uf the  Boston .-ind  lho    l.-ntish    Ci-'uiuoia , -> .,- ,      , ,      . .    ., ...  .t  ....,' ���������    .      I l'Hti-li   t-ilmiibia Copper  Mining and  u,d ells it -one ot lliujS:.,,!ii,;. Company, aiul point, m,t the  inosl, baiefiiced and iiiipudent swindles I veiy wide di������t lepancy between its  ever   allc-inpled   in this  counti_\ ,"ai)d-1 ilalemeni.- and ih^ actu-il facts-.   Some  exaggciaiion   is expected in a pro.-pec-  tii.-, but in  t,hi- c-;ije oui; correspondent  ���������Smelting    compiny is not  local pap(-rs.  .Mining    Rei  hiiving pi lnted the. pro-pcclu-,, dubs it  ii "(piiie remarkable document." ll  commends J. M. Kellie for exposing  -"the iief.ii ions '.scheme of tlio men  Crosbie and Beach," and suggests lhat  other tilemhers<nf>parliament ,may profit "by the/example s.et I'licm by .Mr.  Kellie in publicly exposing 'swindles  and hands such    .-is.   tlie   -Boston  and  'complaints had   been   made  of collars  .-md lags   being, taken   off   dogs   and  asked   that,   provision   be    made    for  i-suiiig duplicate lags.  Theinayor thought that polite would  Push It Alonff.  attend to this matter when instill  TlK-.meelii'ig adjourned.  show-'>-uch  ;i  disregard of actual cou-  diiioiis  ,*i.s ap]iears  to  be  more   than  mere exaggeration.    It  seems to.show  thai tho--i* vi ho are thinking of investment in the 13 >������ton aiid British-Columbia   Co-npany   and   tho.-e   who   have  already   b-.ught   -lock���������;is we are   in-  Biitish Columbia Copper   Mining and j foi med a numbei of our Boston friends,  ���������Smelling company."     11, brands as un     have done--honld  ;it once'investigate  true the statements of '"the prospectors j ihoioughly   tin-    whole    affaii.      The  re. I). C.  legistraliou ,\t\<l ownei ship ! *"lofk was i-n roduced in Boston at "a  by the company of the Standaid group j time very oppoitune for the promoters  of cupper mines, and thinks lh.il '' when eveiylhing vvitli cop'p.-r in its  should the-company   be   -icgisieied   iu l name   w,i3   saleable, und it is believed  that     a- good   d..'.il   of    it   was   sold.  led,  Tho minister of lnbii-s is vc:*v  anxious to make ',i jnoit credilalile  .showing of li. 0. oies a I Pan's next  'year where British Colonial rosotiiees  will lie shown a wondering wo: Id. in  .the gaidom of the Trocadeio Palace.  To this end his dep.u tmeut and that  of the auxili.uy buie.iu of mines are  working h.-ud to collect a u-pi esentative  exhibit and tliey dr'sirc the cordial cooperation of all Noitli Koo!c:'nv niine-  o.vner.s. 'They, oi; fhe local govern-  niPiit agent, will lie glad to lerche.  two ^specinions   about   .six    to    e'g'V.  duly  IS    to  gent  mv  in elms across from each propprtv  labelled with proper, inform uion  locality, quality, etc. The local'  is  also  iinl.hnnV.ed   to  *n>  I vvo-ounce  if  Id  specimens ol goin oust iiom a  diflereut guld-be.uing ciceks and  cheques>for which will be issued diiect  from government assay oliices. The  Mail need not inipiess upim the local  mining public the. nece.ssitv of assisting this exhibit as much as possible.  The Challenge. Cup0  The Revelstoke (Jim Chili 'Cup has  found ;i home here again. A team  vve n't up to Donald for it o;i (he First  and l>rou������lit it back with them. They  brought, too,- a bhoating-iveor.l that  does them credit. Appended is thi-  score:  KONAI.I)  Caldwell.   .   ,  Bain   Diiuford .....  McMillm   II  Cooper ... P.  To till ...  .  RKv ;���������".-;  0  Joiinsori ..  12  L.i wi eiice  ,"i  B.nbei-  ..  11  Brown    ..  S  .McD.-n dd  TOKK.  Tot.  M  10  .i'i  .70  . Ia  0)  The First at Albert .Canyon.'  Albert Canyon   wa.s   the  scene  of a  gay and   festive,  throng   on    the   first  when   Mr.   -iiicl   Mrs.    Edwards   entertained a number'of friends at a  picnic  and dance-in the new town hall, which  is a-great acquisition .-ind deserving   of  pi-ai-a-  to  tin- .enterprising   residents.  Mr. anil 'Mrs.   Kennedy.   Mrs.   Nelles  and Mr. Snieder were down  from   Ille-  cillewiiel, and   Mr.0C.   J.  Ainan   fi-oni  R.-vi-lsloke.  J)uri|i!r the even(ng songs  were   well   rendered   by   Mrs.   Carlson  and   Mr. Frank-King.    After supper  the usual toasts weie'proposed, .and  a  most enjoyable evening  brought  to   a  close hy .-ill joining in  "God   Save   the  Queen"'and a  vote  of' thanks   to   the  genial host aud hostess.  Mr. E. G. White and Mi. Pinkham,  of Revelstoke, were in town with t It*tf  gun--, and Air. Vail, of Revelstoke, w,-is  also registeied at the hotel.  13. C. it has shown enough evidence on  which lo prospcute Messis, Crosbie  .���������ind  Beach for fraud.  rn'tho New ,Yotl- Ei'igiuopi in" and  Mining Jounial of June. ��������� 2llh  appears, ;i letter fiom lhe Ilecoirl  editor drawing attention lo lhe coin-  pa n\'s prospectus and explaining lhat  after personal cnquiiy lie found it was  not "icgisioied in P>. 0.' 'J'he pros-  pectus, he claims, liaving gtven ex  tracts,'to bo one tissue of mis-stiilc-  merits and absolute untruths from  beginning to e,nd. _ Tu the infetests of  Ic-giliuiiite mining he hopes thiit if  theio is a law in lho 1'iiited .Slates  t hiit can he'applied in o.-i-jt-s of tliis  kind, I hose responsible* foi this bubble  vvill be discovered   and   suitablv   .pun  ish  .pun  British Columbia ha-   many, excellent  mining propo-ition-. and  a  great and  flourishing indu-try"is   being   built  up  theie.    Wo  are very liin'ch   pleased to  sec that our fi ieuds tb'-re. are disposed  to    ii-ji-iil.   attempts*   ui   hm>  i'he   real  wealth   and   advantages  of tlie  Piovince to aid I he schemes- of unscrupulous  prumoleis.     Th"\*   imder-tiliid   clearly  how   tbe  atl(;mpts (if these  people'to  boom -their   m hemes   inj-tire   the    real  interests of the  counlrv.    The Engin-  eeritig and .Mining Journal  is ri-ady.,to  do all   in   it-   power lo aid both in for-,  wai ding legitimate   mining  enterprise  in Jji it ish Columbia   ami  in   exposing  lhe fake .scm-m.-s which  ,-ue the' worst  enemies of lunae-l induslrv and entc-r-  ���������-. To Report to Revelstoke.  The gratifying intelligence is now  received that al last the levenue  returns of Nakusp offices are now to  be made to Revel-toke instead of  Nelson. Heretofore this Nakusp office  though directly in Revelstoke litling  sent its l cvetme to Nelson .-md thus in  comparisons of revenue Revelstoke  lost pi opoi-linnately.' The returns from  N.ik-.t.-p office will probably amount  close to the sum of $10,000 a yeai. It  is on!-,* proper that while Nakusp  .-ift'aii.s are. administered from Revelstoke that credit for its revenue should  be given the home district.  THE EVENING AT HOLTIiN'b. .  Splendid Entertainment Tuesday Evening1 for, Bell Fund. 0  The entertainment.given i:i aid of  the bell fund of St. Peters church on  Wednesday last was a great siu-re?--.  Mr. and Mis.> 1 loll en kindly lent  their sp.iciou.-: house for the i.crasinn,  ���������md a l.ngo number of the bur and the  brave assembled to enjoy t h-j pio-  gram-iie. The Revelstoke Cily Bind  did go.1.1  service,  !i-  nianding eac!] cmnp uiy on tho following dales: Hevelstoke 'and Nelson  between Julv loth and   August   loth:  Ross  1 and  Kaslo. August lSih and  Seniember 18th.  Wants a Hydrant  Ei-rroR .Mail :  Plea-e allow me .-Space to make a few  remarks re petition praying city coun-'  cil lo have a bvdrant placed at corner  Ma  ke   violin   ,-in-l | fh<'   ipque-t  -^^^i^va^^v^^ti^^^^^^^^^^t^  Started Up Again.  - j'lati-sil iy of List week lhe line mill  of-llu- Ko'iloiiay Lumber Co. at Coma-  piix stai ted up again for the season.  Kvorything ran in fairly good sh;i| e  aiid with some slight changes pleased  the new mill superintendent Mr. Hall.  Mr. Mor-kill, I lie company's 'manager,  has everything well in hand and lie  output this year will he (ii st-cl.-iss. A  re,uly market is being found for much  of lhe lumber -md ibi-, if railway  hopes maicriali/.e, will probably he  much augmented -shortlv. Men  wanted at the mill it is thought.  bigger   majority   for  the government  find a larger independent support than  ' #3 *��������� ti ~A?l I  iisilal  ,Ottawa Items.  Uakiatf.Fun of Him.  It is generally thought at the capital  that Ihe. government may raise the  Chinese* capital ion tax to $2o0. The  exact amount is not yet settled.  Ib-wiit Bostock! M. P., spoke strongly  on   the   redistriliution   bill   second  I).. I i't ading asking for a member foi Koot-  ;iri. | eiiay.    The government majority   was  ���������10, the independents also supporting it.  British Columbia's million is  safe, as  the iilipei lal government  has  advised  Canada  that  it   will  assume   ils   proportion of tiie cost and take the interest  iu the |-.i< ji-tt as oiiginally proposed.'  ami tin  piano ilisco-.trse.l s-.vc-" nm-ic at  intervals; Miss Spin ling's playing of  the former was e-pecially admired,  while Nurse Lucas at the pi.in.) .11 -e.l.-  no uieiil ion here. But the featuie of  I he evening was t in-able tendering of  two short ])1 ivs by Mis- .Mirtin. Mi-.  (Ji.-ige and Mr. I),nine. ������������������On.* Bitler.'.si  I'\ie" is an incident oT lh5- Fiance-  Prussian war in whicbAMr. Dami'- as  the stern vet tender-lu-ai-li d (ferma'-j  ge.ieial. Mr. Crage ;i- thi- v. ai-v. o: :i  yet gay French officer, and .Mi-s Mar; in  .oi 1  living   lo  i  T HK intellig. -nee below is gi veil for what   it's  worth.   These great railway  the C. P. R.  and   Gn-it   Noi I hern  are   now  engaged   in   a contest  for  Koolenavsupreni.icvth.it i-well worth watching.  The iiiiportiint news, what   truth   it  carnes   the   future   must    show  reached t  lias  ie Mail fiom a  il  The idea of railway competition  sounds somewhat startling in tlio pars  of people, long accustomed   to  the  cir-  folly days raiiu ay'const i iiv-1 ion bv the  provincial ;l!lie.s of the Cuat Northern  nunc vv hicli  s.'iy, | cuiiistaiicc of one railvvay service  ,-is a ch.ii nnng I-1 eiicii  save her lover- fiom deteclion bv tin  German.-, won , much interest, and  admiral ion. This vvas followed by  "The Silent Woman" which'was play.-d  lo' an , aceompanimen'l of cheerful  laughter. Mjss Martin as th\- dam-.-!  with and without a longit" wa- ad-  niir.-ible, and Mr. Crage'- rendeiing of  llu- eui.ipt uri-d ami then d"-piiii:!g  swain brought dovvii the hoii-e.  Bel ween the plays ��������� i eli e.-hiu-i-.ts  were d.-iinl iiy served on the vi-i.iul.ih  which wa- almost tniusformed into  fairyland, and ice.-*, collee etc. Mere to  hi: obtained from Mrs. llolleii"- in.I  Mrs. Paget'* light-fooled ;i��������� i-t,ml-,  Later on a little "hop" gave gieat  pleasure to lhe devoice- of I ei p-i< har>-.  One   sentiment   wa-  univcr-a!  a-   !!:���������  euzie av i-nae ami \'ictoria street,  iiavimr   oeen refused.    I,  I being  inn-; e-tt d.   took   measurements  ! la-L year with result  finding   thehyd-  ' rant at the Impel ia]   b.-.nk   ileai-e-t my  ' bu'ldiiig of any. and il is 4GJ feet off in  , ;i b-e Iin**. but ov -r oOO by streets. Yet  , we   have  onlv.103  feet of hose  in our  dep.iiinient.    All  ihe  petitioners  feel  i need of a   iiydijia'.   on   tin-  corner  to  : have prole,-lion in t.tse of lire for those  . ! irgo   siib-i iniial     l>ui!dinus   <o   near  It-ill -tiler   in   i tu- ;i.������iirhl)(irhiiiicl.    I be-r  leave   to   i end,id   (In*   city  council of  I pio-ni-e- made bef.il ���������>. ������>l������*i*t iiui concerning   (be   proii itiou:   see   local    papeis  1 M iri-h   T^tb.     1   have   1 een   informed  through our  fi, e department  Unit the  ' cily , council,   though   saying , lhat   12  new   hv th.int-v vv mild   In;   put   in,    yet  dci line   in  <t.inj.lv   with   our   petition'  where one i- iiom needed.     Hoping the  council will i.-ccn-iiler their decision.  Yours Truly,  ���������Jul*. '->��������� li>0. R. TAPPING.  The Silver Cup.  Iti-with -al i-faciion that one has  j lo airniii lej-.u! Ih'- favorable result of  1 a -hipriient   oi   -i.'ih-   Hi')   tons   of   ore  !i"in tie- S.lver C.ifi ;an\ Sunshine  1 p.. pe:lie-. in ��������� hi-  Tiout  Lik"  mining  di-tii  i.-vening  ended:  woi th 1 ever had."  The  la-.-t  ���������'..-,  cents  i,  A'i- piiblii- pel -on i- getti.ig so ke nly  1 iiii -iiled the-e i\,\y^ ,-is I ha I clice-chaco |  kiiigh! Hii- ("h.nles Hilibeil, Tup) er, |  vv ho. for tin- ���������(��������������� ond 1 line, ha-, run a ,va v ',  iifter i iiigmg tin-doin- lu'll and k-fl bis  iiged i iiient to hi-a i I be brmil of bis ,  folly. Ho,i. Mr Hiflou's rej-ly to Sir '  Ui'aliert's ' charges y'wa's    -a-,  compli-l,e  sl.iiggeier, nnd friends ���������'looked   in   vain ! plet (? ex i nriiall v bv  foi1.  sonic   reply   or   retort    fnan   the  Tup|)er,//7,v..  Thei'-e vv.-isno   possibility  of ii'reply iind tlui coiisiiHieucc  vvas ,-t  Will,  buildim  C'ilv, is  Abrahanisoh,   who has  been  several houses in Tiout   Lake  back in town.  The. newjSt. Peter's chancer is  eom-  _   ?i Mitt, of p.-iiiit and  t.ir on   the   roof, which    matches  vvell  with thi- re.st'of the building.   .' It .was'  put oil by Messrs. Chi-bb it Booth,  system may in: loo'*ed for on the Pish  Cieek end of the Laidean mad v-.-ith a  .deep water terminus at Whiskey Point.  The idea anim iting liiis -,t,:i tling news  is that Jim Hill is bout on --Peking a  Columbia liver coniK-ctiou and that  "lice there he >\(.i:ld i'.pplv f .f i mining  lights ovei a piit lion it' 'be C. P. lb  line fiom Al 11>--\ he.id I-i Kooti-iiav  lake iind come n-nib tn lb'\ eistoke  ind  Big   Bend   with   ;:n   iudependent  ro;:  ad.     Color .is giv en this idea   bv   t  .m-Isoii  granting on   Tucsd.iv   to   I'm  Bedlington road  (one   of   Irs   feeders)  of running right's over a jioiMon of the  Crow's Nest Pass line the c uq en  being fixed at'$4 70 per miU-.,,  but,  -.t-ioidiiig to cei tain riimois it is said  not lo bo by any means improbable.  One tiling ceitain is that with this  railway competition coming noitli into  Liidi-.ui the chances of it coining this  fai aifi gieally c*tlengthened and lhe  ei-.i of railway construction hit hei lo so  active iu the .sunt li may le.-isonably in  light of (-vents I.e. also expected to  bu-.ik in North Kouicnay. It Iris oie  bodies, iiiii.t-i al-beai ing ai e;is and otlu r  vv ciilt h giv ing ipsouices, eveii as lho  distiiei south, ;uid vvilli as much at  tc-iilion given it vvill yield as large a  Inn vest. Other reasons urged for the  likelihood of such ;i ippot t being true  is the wnrd of renewed friction between  ilioii i these i ail way livals at or near   Kuska-  10  noo  1* and iigiiin at Kuslu.  Our Rifli'iiien.  laeut.-Cul. Pelt-is h.is vuiti-m Leal  olliccis thiir ai*i'aiig'*iiieiil- h.ue been  in.-ide for prov idi  who will  each eompiny in tuin fm* one n  in oi iler to pi ejiai e the h..m "i - v. i  to take the special u- .  ollicei s v\ ho desii e to ipi il.:  li.ivi; to allend at \ ii toi i  .seven (lavs, 11 iiii-pm tat ;-ui  vided iind allow,nuc uia-i-  pei day  Although the iiislriulor coiiise is  for lhe benefit of oli'uers .-mv member  of the i-omjvauv may join the class and  it is hoped lhat .'ill noiiiom- will ta!.,--  iidv.'iiitage of it. .The -eig'-uii ,il-  btmctor will lepoil lo tho.ol:.-.er  cu:.-  iii" .i  oi ih-  i on-;-  .ir.A \  I .���������������������������������������������}  >-t.    Tiie-e   "line-, together  with  ;ij liuiou - Ijiin-. aie the   j roperty  ��������� Suu-bin  my . ! ;!.i  '.u iboo (I  .mi,   Lngi ip,l.  pro-, iiling   a   diili-nisti tictnr  itiend at the iicadoi..o ti ; s nf  -.*      l'n --  W 1 1   I.' "-I  .    oiiiv     f I'  e:ng   p-  ���������  of   SJ."-'!  p.* l  He-  of I  -U"l   i  - i���������: : ,i  I'i'j, 11 *.  I    liil'.  ������������������a  .-?].������.:  I Limited, a   snl)&idiai-y  L'looei, l'"raser River  Id   l-'ield-.   Limited,   of  The   New.���������Advei-  .  .1 tin* company has  o   the  Trail  smelter  -Ml.   being* the  pro-  i -.-:!, after deduction  .il and dul y charge--.  ��������� "i e came  fi om   the  i  I:. ���������   h dance   from  '   .-.:!!   be  -een   that  ii  ,i:i I hei  oi  hi.  11 - p 11;  -gr.l U  I ���������!  j -'iv Good Fdlows.  1.)  "V  i'  -   i:  1 11CH-  .  \v  In.  "s  ii-  _.-.,( -  '" 1  :-.  ./.  .- - :  T: o-  ' La  ke  (  w*  Im  -,  \ -  -. :���������  Ih  v'   '  ...  :d  l....\s,  .one  and  all THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  Zhc IRoo'tena? flDall  J'UHblSIIKU KVKUY SATUKl'.IY  i ���������.VI'���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ���������liv���������     '  H. It. CAMI'J'KU,.  l'riu.isiir.n .vnu l'lioi'imrrni:.  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per    Annum  X"J~ Sl'KICTl.Y  IN  .VIIVANCl1. 'Vh  OUR OTTAWA LETTER  j*  THE   CANADIAN  TELEGRAPH   LINE  TO THE YUKON  '    ADVERTISING KATES.  , CONTItACT AIlVKO't'ISK.M KXT.S in-crti-d ;it  ^    llit* rale of Sl..T(i ju'r c(iluiiiii ini-ti (ier niiiiilli,  '*" Koi s-inco of six column inulic-i or over SI  iierincli per month.  Attack on the Government Falls Flat���������  "Purchase of Drummond County  .Railway Opposed ���������- Sir Hibbert  .'flipper's Staying* Powers.  rnAN'SlKN'T ADVKIiTIPKJIKNTS 10c. per  line Hi-���������i in-ertion, "h-. *u'i- lino i-ni-h _ subsequent iii-i-itiiiii. Tin- number of linr,-  ri-ckoiic-d by spm-e occupied, VI lines to the  inch.  KKADINC' NOTIL'KS Mc. jier line each inner) ion, uiik-s.s cunt fueled fur by the WO  line.-. _ <~  JOU I'ltlXTINl. of every hind ill most reasonable rates nnd shoi-tei-l notice. ''  ACCOUNTS for job *irinlii)K or iwlverlii-ims  payable on the lirsl of every month.  COltUKiiPONDlCNC'K on n!l nintter.s of loeal  or public inl'-riM in'vited and e.irelully eim-  j-idercd.   All eoininiiiiicution-to thc   ICditor  .   must be aceoiiipanii'il by the name of the  writer, not liece.���������arily inr publication,  but  n.S'im evidence of good failh.  A dd re,���������  - , Tiik Koothxay Mail  Revelstoke, B.C.  1-    I   M  RKVELSTOKI-^.IULV   S,  ISfiJ).  "What to sny nl  lhis' time   and   at  this  distance   regarding    the    cabinet  ih t  crisis   at   Vieloii.i   is very dillicult,  to  detc-iiniuo.     J'ulilie.il afhiirs  aio   in   a  ���������  nu-.ss   which   every    government , snp-  poitor   iind    wo    believe   eveiy    well-  wisher of the country must deplore, ns  certainly tbo leg'skiion   and   administration of the now   government   p;u t v  is strong, progressive and   economical.  ]t is fi great , pity }hnl   ;i   c-iliinot��������� so  strong and capable *-hoiild--bo   brought  so near tho edge of   tbe   abyss   by   its  own   d-sagrcjiiicnt   ami    the   coi'intry  must  bo   injured   milii   it    is   settled  isatisfactoiily.   .   To 'efl'eet,   a     1 nippy  solution, to remove the trouble without  endangering the pai ty is the,   duty   of  all its supportois.   There is still plenty  of daylight-left   ahead   to  -roach    lho  p-irt by a firm   united   party   of   inile*  '-pendent and progressive v ie.ws   and   if  vve know our   people   right,   they   vvill  steadily stand by such.     Let   us   bind  lip our wounds, even if nn operation is  necessiiry first,'   and 'to   lho   fight   for  progiess, economy  and   leforin 'again.  A soldier who turns-coward in face   of  the enoiiiy'is shot; close up   the' ranks  and forward. '  , LAST WEEK'S MEETING     "  The Sidewalk Question Causes a Spir-'  ,   '        ited'Debate.  At the council's p-gulm- meeting on  Friday, June :J0, there vven- present the  Mayor and Aid. Kilpatrick. Wells-, .NU-  Kechnie niul Crage.  ,. After the minutes had been read aiul  adopted, three applications for scavenging licenses���������one fiom a Chinese  ���������icsidont ���������i-iiuio'/ip for eoiifidei ation  and provoked a discussion as to the  advisahilitv   of   granting   license;  Ottawa,  June 2(1.���������The threatened  attack  upon   the Government's  policy  foi   .in  .-ill Canadian   telegraph line  to  lhe Yukon   was  nnido   l.-isl   week'mill  fell very Ibil,   the sense of the  house  being unuiLstakably in favor of a policy  under  vvliicli   telegraphic communication with   the  gold   fields'vvill   be controlled by Canada.    Time has justified  nnd   strong! honed   lhe  opinion   of tho  government   that,' in   order  to assure  Canadians their full share of the trade  of the-Yukon,   lb"  channels of  coin-  inulijcation should be tin oughC.imidinn  lei litoiy ami, when il. w.is shown that  tin-government had   not  broken faith  with I he com pa nie.- which had obtained  chai-leis  I'or  the eon-ti;uction oftele-  griipl'i lines to connect the fa roll' gold  fields vvilli, the  older  portions  of the  Dominion,   any force which   tho opposition lo the action of the government  in se'ndiug  out,  construction  gangs to  commence   woik,    relying    upon   the  palj-ioti-m and  good  .sense of the pai-  li.-niieiit   lo endorse   thiir  course, ever/  hiid  speedily, disappeared.    Tim main  line of attack   was  upon   the   ground  lhat failh had not been kept wiih Hon.  James  Roche,  31.P.,"of England, who  has  organized, a company for  tbe pur-  po'se of constructing  a   telegraph  lino  via  Hkiigii.-iy,   but .Mr.   Blair   showed  that lIn* government only took action  after     patiently    wailing-   -five . long  months'without   hearing a word' from  that gentleman  or his company   or receiving ,any   intimation   'that    they  would   proceed   with   the   work    this  summer.     The   premier1:-   tied.nation  that,   the   govei iiinent   was  bound   to  give  consideration   to   the interests of  the   public   before  the interests of Mr.  Roche   or   bis   company,  displayed  a  i-efiesbing   independence iind   recognition of the' principle   that   to be, <is it  .should   Iii-. fiir  tho  public good is the  first   c.ire   ol" tin-   government. , The  advantages   of   possessing   control   of  the line of telegi anhic communication  - i ,  will be su manifest, and   its ellt-ct upon  tbe progress of ail'aiis so marked   that  there   is  little doubt  when .next a pro-;  posii!    is'   made   to U'Oii.-Lrucl   an   all  Canadian    railway    route,      hut     few'  J voices vvill be raised against the carry-  j ing out of a work which vvill tie of great  j public advantage.  j   ' As time goes.on the source of a great  [deal   of the   oppo-ilion   Lo   the agreement  for   the purchase of the   Drum-  1690  1899  CELEBRATION  IN' THE CITY OK  KKVK1.8TOKK,  WEDNESDAY, JULY12  under the iuiH|iico of I.. 0. L. Xo. 1<M8, in conjunction vvilli Ihu K.uuloops and riiilinon Ann  Asisoeiiilion-*.  Grand Parade 1  Good Programme 1,  Excursion Rates on Railway  between Ashcroft iind Itevolstoko, Kounil  trip for four-lift Ih of single fare:     '  Ashcroft lo Hevelstoke and return........ 3" Oo  tCiunloopH lo lievelHioUc iind return ......   ,i lid  Salmon A-in to lteyel-loke and return ...   '1 iio  Revelstoke City Band in Attendance  Dinner mid ton will he served on thc ((rounds  by the Luilies'Aid Societies of Lhe Methodist  and Presbyterian Churches.  $*&,  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  *���������   '    *   The' regular mooting  arc held in the Jl.is-  oiiieTeniple.Houine's  ==.Hall,   on   tho   third  f Monday   in   eaeh  ay month   iit   S   )-.   in.  Visitinp*   brethren  cordially weleoined.  G. ?. KI.IKDT, Skchetahy.  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. 0. F., No.  TlCKulur mcctiiiKs aro held  in Oddfellows' Hall every  Thursday niidit "t. eight  o'clock. Visiting brothers  ordially welcomed.        '  T. J. GKAIIAM, Six*.  V. MOOttK. K.G.  JSINFECTING--^^'  Pure Chloride  of Lime  A fresh lot of the strongest  kind just received at  SELKIRK LODGE,,NO. 16, I. O. O. F.    fleets every .Saturday  v*r-=-!^      ^v emiig in OddI'ellows  " ton-1.  ' .1. MATM IK, Six-.  8=t->.       evening in uniileiliivvs  pT^-^v.   Hull     at,    t-    o'elin'l".  i^.      ^vv Vihiling hrelhreii cor-  s5^^/dially  invited   to  .it  J. I'AI.MICIt, X. (!. ,  EVERYBODY  INVITED  8 4  PETTXPIECE'S  ��������� 1899 Directory  and Map of the  ,   City'of  Revelstoke  Revelstoke-  The   gateway  to  thc  vvoiulcrfully  rieli mineral district of XorlhKoote-  .   nay  and   Canoe   river,   the  supply  '"' point for the Dig Demi, Trout Lake,  bardeau,  HJeeillcvvaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan   l'.i-s, and  Kaglc Pass  districts.    ]3iihinc-;s men and bunl-  '    ness houses.   The name, ooc-upation,  and residenee of every male resident.  of the city.  Vol. m.   JIav 1.  PRICE:   50 CENTS  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I. O. F, No. 31C1.  Meets in the Oddfellow s  Mall on the .second and  fourth Kridays of each  month, Visiting brethren   Invited   to' attend.  13. It. CAMPDKbb,  C. It.  K  11, J. C. JOIINiiON,  It. H.    ���������  ��������� 9b  Gold Range Lodge,  ,K.*of P., No: 26,  hSSF^Ss^'^  (, Rovolstolcc, B.C.  ^^^m^^^^  Meets every Wednes  ^^^^W  day in Odd   l-'ellows'  Hall     nl    S    o'cloek.  Visiting  Knights in  ^^^^^^ '  vited.  JAS. GUiU  ^Slsi^jisar  '    C. 0.  ^W^^^^    r  AWMUHHAV.  ���������      o  K.oi-'H.&tf.  i          '>  N  URSE' LUCAS  Sl(������3igZgg^Q������3&&^2%<������3&^^tf  TROI....,  Alanufacl tiring  Jeweler and Watchmaker  :^.j Medals, jewels, and special designs of  jewelry   made    to   order. Making*  presents andj presentation goods   a  specialty. ���������  Largest Stock in the Province. t  * ���������  102 CORDOVA ST.,    o-     VANCOUVER.  Ol'lii'iiil  WiiU-h Juspri-toi- for C. P. 11.  Trained and experienced medical, surgical,  and obstetrical nurse.   Open to engagements-.  Address; Nurse Lucas, Hevelstoke, li. C.  J  AMES MURPHY, 13. A.  to  white niHii iu pri ft-n-nri* to> cliini-.-'*.  tlie niiiy'or strongly f.ivoivd. I1 vv.-is  finally deciilfil, on tin- uiolion ot Aid.  Crayt*, bi-condcd by Aid. Kilp.it i ii-l-..  tlnit the fipplic-nt'ion*** of Ph-ining mid  Huti-hi.son bhoukl l)i'������acci'ptcd.  ' Thi- location of n nui^cini.*.- ground  for the uity'a \is-_-wns ih--n tii,i-lslcd. .-i  fevv sin-.- bi-injjr siigii;i'i*lod ;is Miit.ilili-.  Eventually it vv;is. movi-d by Aid.  Crage. s-oi-ou'd.-d Iiy Aid. N'v'i 11- i-nd  Ciirried, that the vlci k lie authoi i-ed to  eoininuniciiti' with (hi- piovincial  dpci'et.-ii-y iibking that the eily In-, permitted lo dump il*- night -.oil anil g.i."-  biige into tin* Columbia liver.  The sidewalk quest ion wa- next in  order. .Aid. Ivilp.iti ick and .Mc*I\t\ Li-  nio holding that resideiit.- on -tiect-  oti which sidewalks 'are built should  pay iit -least half their cu.-t. wliilo  Cr;ige and Well? took llu- gin-nid tlitt  sidevviilks vvoulil be u-e'd by tin- pu'il-,.- ,  generally, and tli.il I he Inn d.-n -l.i-iii.l  ht- borne equally by t!u> whole i f the  l jiti'payers.  The city .solicitor pointed out ini!  the council had the powi-i in i,iv the  ratepayers gem-rail-. I'm all nle'.v.ilk-  huilt,'if they clio-e.  Aid. ('liige .-irirued that iu i !i--i a-e--f  sidewalk- on the pi iiii-io il t hoi o.i'.rli-  fares they would be u-e.-l by iii.mv  liior-1 than th.- actual prnpei-ty owiiei--  oil tho-e .-tree!-, who i uulil tiot Iiiilv  be iisked to p.iy half t In- cxpeii-e ion-  necLed therewith. W'li'-n -id'-w.ilk-  vvi-re petitioned for by rat ep.i yei s ie-  siding on Ies-. fn-qtiented -tree!-, he  ���������was quite in favor of their payimr half  the cost-  Aid. Kilji.itiii-k in,tint.lined Hi.11 ii���������  ident.-. in -tre-'ts on which -id--v.,ilk-  would he built, vv (mid he iiio-l beiiMlilli il  hy then), ami -liould   b-* taxed ,iL-cni(i-  infdy-  Aid. McICeihnie ini i o'lnr ed bv-liw  No. IT. a by-law lo amend by-livv Xo.  ]]. The amendiiieiit piovides I li.it  during a fire no vv-.ilii -ball be jn-i -  milted to (--ci - ie fiom any t-ip- e\f epl-  ing thos.e used for (ii e pm puses.  The clerk was instruited lo |irociir-  the necessary statiuneryfor asscssinciit.  purposes. .!  .('oitnc.il then iidjotirned, . I  BAUBB & ASHCROFT,  j Dominion and Provincial  !    Land^Supveyops,  ; <  MINING,ENGINEERS,     ,'  . Survovor- of Jline-. .Mincr.'.l Claim- and Crown  1 I.,iml.-.  Kor   sale   at.   all  lioohstores.'  Address:  S 4  R.   R.   PETTIPIECE, .Revelstoke, B.C.  J: 1. WOODROW  i ' \  ���������I  VA.Xl'OL'Vl*;!'.   I}, c.  1--' if  CHU.BB & BOOTH  House Painters  Decorators and  Carriage Painters  Purveyor of High-class Meats.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  All orde.fs in our line vvill be promptly  'attended to. 'it  Books, Photographs,  English Tobacco,  Pipes,  Cigars,* Etc.  GRAPHOPHONES  FOR SALE  Come  and  hear  the  lntc-it songs, dialogues  orohc-.trnl Selections, etc., on thc  Gruphophonc nt  OHAS. J..AMAN,    '  Opposite the Stition.  nAHHISTKR,   SOMCITOl*,   KTC.  Ollice: Cowan Ulock, lievelstoke, H. C.  - P. O. Uox 1!)S.  J.  W. CROSS, M. D.  KUHUKON TO,Till-: C. 1'. Ji., CITY II I0AI.TI I  /U-'l-'KjKH.  Oflleo: 'I'aylor Block. Mackenzie Avenue.  A carload of  '  < Chatham .  '   Wagons  'Heavy .and light, delivery rigs;  etc., just,received by  Jas. McMahon,  Blacksmith'ing and woodwork  done on .short notice.. Carriages built to order.  Draying and delivering a specialty.  Teams always ready tit shortest  notice. Contracts for jobbing  taken.    Aqent 'for  J3. C. Oil Co.  V  amson.  iwiwf*.-(B*.wi.iiAiii-iiiw,-MaAtt������ViM,f-rrBai  NV.- d.i vvi-  -a von ri.-.  half ilmvii. .-ind uionthlv  r\u\ i  BB'& BOOTH  "\ I,-!  c!\c:uie Ave  -- Block  ERCIAL   HOTEL  COR. HASTINGS& GAMBIA STS., VANCOUVER, B. C.  Thoroughlv Fi'st Class.   All White Help.   Finest and Newest Hotel in the Oily  -  ' bates; $2 Feb, D_A_-^r  .ai.nii-  ifUO  NAKUoi  u  HOUSE  Newly Opened  Furnished and' Supplied-  A FIRST CLASS HOUSE   "  VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY, LIMITED  WHOLESALE .  HELF AND HEAVY HARS  PAINTS AND OILS  339 Hastings Street, Vancouver,  B. C.  Branch 8lore : Notson, B. C.  "km You Thinking  aleiidars'.? :  Then hold your order till you sec  our line of samples. They arc all  attractive, and some of them are  exceedingly pretty. 'Wc can,give  vou better figures than you can s^ef  elsewhere See 'what we've i>'ot;  anyhow; and judge for yourself:  ^^���������JOB  DEPARTMENT  SI'S'  THE.  Incorporated hv net of Par liiiine.nl IS55.  HEAD OFFICII: - '     -   ' MONTREAL  NV.m. .Moi.KD.v MAOi-moitsox., Pres.       S. II. Ewinu, Vicc-Pri*.-*.  F. NVui.KiottKTA.v Thomas, General Almingcr  PA.ID UP-CAPITAL -  . - $2,000,000  RESERVE -* ,- - '       1.500,000  A guile-rill banking litisiiic*s tnnisiictu.l.   Interest (illovrud on deposit*; at current rates.  J. D. MOLSON, Manager,   .       -   .'     REVELSTOKE, B. 0.  J. ALBURT STONE, Piioi'jii.ktoh.  Cor. Front & Benson Sts,  "t^������SS5Saj������=.---''v-~������iazaz2Z3^*-  Rates,  Pveveistoke, B. 0.  $1 Per Bay  Newly built and furnished.     Furnace.heated.     lilectric lighted  Finest, Best Supplied Bar in Gity  Q-. <XK> -O-OOOOO-b-O-O <><><H><><K>0-0<K>0-0-0  9 ��������� ; ������ *  JU,  A, SNOWMAN, p���������p.  UriL  n  ������\  I  jet tl7e Best-  THE..  -��������������� +  Best Brands of  Wines,  Liquors anel  Cigars  -** +  -f-f  Newly Built���������  Lighted by  Electricity  Throughout  Send   yt-ur   order  \\ nod V)  inr  Fi  re  it the  FREE flOBINSOf  Niwmill ()flu*.e.  Ignore the Rest  Get ^-vxaniXBZZ*-  Something Nice  v/iil <|f .i\-f.i* at  1 *������pXi- li^j C3  sr  In   tin*   end   yosi   vvill   find   it   ehe-ipest.  l-'uriiisli   your  l.udi-r   vvitli   f*<������tnc*  of   our  nice, fre.sl) fjrocei ie.s.  NVe h.iv-H it, you vvjinl il.  (Joilii*   find   dike  ;i  lnok   ;it   our   (-(iinplele  line of stiij.le .-iiifl f.iuey ������ioi eries-, iind  yon will (ind what you uie looking for.  Good,  fn--h   piodiH'-  iilw,-iys on  li.ind nt.  Invv'j.-st pi ices.  .A frcdi  roiisi^iiiiu-iit "f f-oiiih hoir-y ju-t  iiriived.     Ojiii-* nnd get rtuiiie.  R. OALBY, PROP'R  ^-o-oo-<M>o*o*-b-  ���������".'firtl, iii Short I.  Ths  cnyins, or  ��������� -J  50  J). G. (:atl>cart-  to.  those -who   do   their   own  hauling,  Ahlln- ������ co.'a Old  Stand  for   the    season's    cut     of  FIREWOOD from   the  Revelstoke  Mill, I  will  orders at $2.25 per cord.  O      WI JTHMiAnM      ' Orders left at house ot- by mail  Kj.    F1U I Ur rIOUIN       ,      will be promptly attended te,   .  fe^^ffi^i^i  ^^^^^^^^^S^^^^^^^PP?!^^^^^^^ THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  IO  -li e  or vi  part.    -Sir  page after  p:ige of evidence taken he.-  ''f-.ti*- .Mr. Ogilvie, and the. hunh-n'of his  coniphiint vvas that the. commissioner  hall in-isted on conducting the invesli-  g.ilion .-is though hi* vvei'.- a judge, that  t:ir.-e who c.-iine before him vvitli eoni-  ���������phiintrf rhmi'ltl ' iniL their charges in  writing, . that the accused 'officials  'should have an opportunity to he  pivM-nt iind meet the chaiges against  lli.-in. ;ind, ahove all, he insisted upon  oi-.-ipei- ri-spect heing paid to the court  ,t i.i upon order heing maintained. Sir  li-iihi-rL. deduced from the evidence  and the u-coids that Mr. Ogilvie was  ntt.-i ly, unfitted, l'oi lhe poMtion of  investig.itor, lhat he was unbiased,  and was imahle to nistingui.-li crime  when lie s.-fw il. ' He renewed the  tlru'gfs against Major NValsh, who, he.  said, vvas intcietted in mining claims  tin ough his cooks, his Indians and his  In others, and who, he assi'i ted, ti-rior-  ']/.���������'t\ the gold coiiiinit-sioniM- (Pawcett).  Thi- -peec-h of -^ii- Hihh.--it, which contained nothing new or stiutling,  jn ou-ed 'very tittle enlhusiiisin upon  tin- consei-v.-ilive lienclies, and the gen-  i r.il feeling in llu* lioUsi* and galleries  v.-.-.s that, while as an example of physical endurance il was a reunirkahle.  eir'oit, from ii polkioil standpoint it  had eiiliiely failed iu Us puipose.  Tne leider of tin* opposition met  with cold comfort in his attack upon  ]):-. Iji-thuiie, the represenlalive of  Viiloiia. 1%iiv.i Seoliii, who is among  tin- ineiniiei-s of the  house,  giving the  'giivernineiit an independent .support.  He wa-. il is till'-, i-iccted as a conservative at the last general elei tions and  sat ou the opposition side of the house  for thellist three sessions of this parliament, hut at the I'oinmeiH'eiiit.'iU of  session, he .quietly, utui  without  niijiid County Kail way nnd  the extension  of the   Intercolonial   Kail way  to  the  great  commercial  center of Montreal   is .becoming  mine' plainly iiitin'-  l'--t.    'J'lu-re is ev idently going to   he a  .silong light,  made  in   the   senate,   to  defeat lli--  bills arid, as  a  preliininai y  step,   there   have   heen   numerous demands  in   the senate  for infoimation  which   the_ minister   of   railways has  ���������  time after  time declared   in  the house  of commons is not in the possession of  llu- government.    The  report that   a  powei fill  lobby  is  being organised   in  the  interest of one of the   great  railway corporal ions, which  is'not' satisfied with  the  proposed arrangements,  gathers foice from   the piesenre'of its  '  official:-   in   the   corridors  of   the red  chamber of late. I'he campaign started  with   a  telegraphic despatch   sent out  hy   tin*   C.P.K.   Telegraph  Company,  .-tat ing   th.-it   it   had  heen. di.-coyereil  that   tho, agreement with   the C.T.K.  .Company   vvas   virtually   a   least-    hy  which   that rail way and  its Aniei icim  connections  obtained   control   of   the  iiHei'ciilonial   Railway   for  00   years.  In   its   anxiety to  get   lliu  earof the  new-paper   pi ess,   however,   the tele-  gripli company a-sumed" the rule of a  public   beneliictor,, and . the  foot,  note  which   the   despatches    bore,   staling  that it was furnished free of telegraph  toll-,    vv.is   siinicieiit   to   indicate,    its.  .s-joive anil   object.'   Several of the big  dailies accepted the baib'and made the  news  a   feature of the following day's  i--.il-, ��������� but   anothei     paper    carefully  ph-red   il   in   the pigeon hole until the.  "proper moment, when   it exposed the  b iid  ailempt    to   manufacture   public  opinion   against   the  "measures,    and  mercilessly pricked  the  bubble'bofore  \l   vvas, ton 1 y . afloat.    The  incident is  chiefly iii-li uclive as  indicative'of the  lengths to   vvdiich   opposing- interests  ,ui iy go  in   orih-r  lo  saddle,  upon the  coan'try ;i continuance of the record of  annual   ilclieit**. on   account of the in-  lei-colonial Railway.'  .The   rival  interests   are  .not   slow-to  recognise   Clint  what  i.-  the  gain of the Intercolonial  'Ttul way and, therefore, the'people  of  'Canada v\ ho own   it,  must  necessarily  . to some extent.'mean  a' loss  to them,  Jf the   Intercolonial Railway can ies  the,freight and "passengers from Nova  .So.'iii.-i to Montreal instead of handing  th.-in   ovei   at St.'John, N.I3., to thi"  C.P.K.   to   c.-irrv  them   to   the   same  point, it. necessai iiy means a los| to the  cn.isii-cling  road  corresponding to lhe  gain   in   revenue  of   the  Intercolonial  Railway.  Sir llibbert Tupper, in his second  arraignment of the government upon  the adniini-tiatioii of the Yukon, gave  a' splendid exhibition' of this slaying  po.v ei--which -has become a recognised  chai.icteris'lic of the family. Although  suiVeiiug from a'severe, hoarseness, he  applied hiu'i.self with dogged determination Lo.the tii.sk of milking good tho  ' assei tions that his second1 attack  upon the Yukon'*ad'niinistration would  occupy a greater space of time in the  ,ih-liveiy than lhe first, and ho sue-  needed in gratifying the expectations  of his friends  with   the   assistance of  i o  tin-premier, who readily agreed to his  proposal that lie lie allowed to spread  his reinaiks over two days, instead of  being compelled to continue until he  liad^coiiclud-d. Sir Hibhert had evidently worked hard and faithfully in  pivp.?i..-tiion for his .-elf imposed task,  and endeavored to present the strongest possible ciiM.1 against the. govern-  in en t. That the government was uninjured iind retained the confidence,  not. only of the house,' hut of lh������  country' when he sat down, was rather  Iveau-e of th'* fact that the material  upon which to impeach this govern-  he-lit oi the officials its a body did not  i xi.-t: than from any neglect oi lack of  .1..���������.*!.. ni- v-ii^or of denunciation on his  llibbert   waded    through  any   fu-s,   took a seat  on   the   hack  benches of   the speaker's   right.    Mr.  McDougall,  Sir Charles Topper's running mate' in  Cape Jjreton, the other  evening brought up  in'the house  the  question' of   Dr.   Bellnine's   position,  and this gave the  leader of the opposition an opportunity to express, iu no  measured .terms, his opinion of a gentleman   who  would  betray  his  party  and his constituents ,hy going over to  the enemy's camp without having the  manliness to offer one vvoid of explanation for his conduct.    The chief cause  of the  complaint,   however,   was that  the lion, gentleman had supported the  government tint had  not hern allowed  to   dispense   the    patronage   of     the  county.     Dr.    Bethune's   reply   was  prompt,- very brief and, though simple,  effective.    He admitted  having come  into the, house a  conservative,   hut it  had not taken hiin   long   to find out  that, though  he wa.s a conservative in  inline,   the   policy   which   the   lihci-al  government had' pursued was so very  much   the same as  the  platform upon  which he had.been elected, and in the  few   particulars in   which   it dilFeied  from   thiit platform he  had found hy  experience it Wiis the superior, that in  the interests'of his constituents he had  found    himself   bound   to support the  govt i iiinent and would  continue to do  so as  long'as they pursued  the same  beneficial   policy.     His   reply,  to   the  taunt    regarding   the   patronage   was  equally effective, and he declared that  he did   not want to exercise, any such  privileges. r    When     the   debate    was  over the general opinion was that the  attack had only resulted in disaster to  the aggressors, and thiit the subject of  it had   risen   in the estimation of the  house find   the   public as  a  man who  could rise superior  to  the pai;ty when  the interests of his constituents and the  general good demanded it.   ���������  AND S00 LlrlE  America's Great Trans-continental  ��������� Route  dog t  Several citizens complain of swiped  ������s-   '���������  Keep a day off for the Twelfth.  The parade vvill, take place at-10 a. in.'  Dinner-froin 11 a.m. to 2 p.in. in Tapping's Theatre'. Sports at 3 p. in. on  Second Street. Supper will ho served  from 5 to 7 p. in." '  Grold,  Silver,  Lead,  and  Copper Ores  . W. PELLEW HABYEY,  V. G. S., Etc.  Assay Oflloes und Metallurgical NVorks,    '  VANCOUVER, Ii. C.  Sampling NVoi-ks, 717-710 Ponder Street.  Is prepavod tn   purcliasc   the   above   classes  ,    of ores for the following  Knglish houses  whom ho represents, viz.:  Vivian & Sons, Swansea, Elliotts Metal Co.  Ltd.,  I'urryport,  South   Wales,  Smelter.-,  Refiners, I *csilvcri*!crs,( Manufacturer-*.  Checking   smoltcr   pulps   a   specialty  i Wholesale and Retail ���������;������������������  [:. . BUTCHER . ;' j.'  '      -        DEALER IX  Milk Cows; Saddle, Pack,  . Driving and Draught  Horses.  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  iiimmer  -/"-*<   REFRIGERATORS i  ]<atcnt models and  most improved  styles.  ICE CREAM FREEZERS,  t Small ones for family use.  SCREEN DOORS  -    and    screen    adju-tuble    windows,  with pulls, and spring hinges.  LAWN MOWERS  (trass   .-.hears,   garden    <prinklors,  rubber ho-o, nozzles, and lilting.-.  IRON PIPE  and fittings alvvay.- in ,-tock.  W. M. Lawrence,  McCarty Block.  Notice to Ppe-emptops of Land  NOTICE is hereby given that all pre-emptors  or purchaser- of Crown lands from whom  the purchase money remaining unpaid on such  lands is overdue, are required to make full payment of such balance, together, with intere-t  thereon, if any i-* due. within twelve months  from the date of this notice, failing which iheir  records or agreements concerning such land-;  arc liable to cancellation, as provided by section US of the "band Act."  J-'. CARTER-COTTON".  Chief Commissioner of band.-and Work-.  Land- and Works Department.  Victoria. 13. C.-i-Jnd June, 1S93. 11 4  "V'OTICE i- hciuby given that I. llu- under-  xN signed, have purcha-cd the hu-nie.s- of  J. It. Hull & Co.. butchers*, at Hevcb-tuke. All  accounts owing to and by .I.R.Hull & Co.'-  Revelstoke branch will be collected and  paid  bj' mC' JAS. I. WOODROW.'  Roveletoke, B, C., Juno'Wth, 1S9P.  XEW FAST  DAILY   .-"KRVICE  RKTWKICV  OCEAN   AND   OCEAN  First class -Ir-cp-rs on all tiabw. TiJb'IMsT  CAR?" pass lie*, ebtnkc- daily for *rl. 1'aul,  Thursday.- for Montri-al' .in.l Ri.-t-m. Tuesdays aiid Siii ui days im- Tortiiilu.  Improved connecting -r:--. ice in -md from  ,  KOOTENAY ."COUNTRY ,  RKVKLSTOKI-: TO  ToiiONTO. 70 hour-'.'. .Uu.vn:r. vi���������  Ni:vv Yin*:c. ,01 li-iur-.      Win*,mii-:.(;,  Iii hours ... Kevcl-lokelii Cna-l  East ' DAILY TRAIN'S  l:1'!) Arr R.-Vi-l-t-il-..-         i:li bv  '. ... l*uv-clst(i':i- .,. ,  To anil from U'liult-nay luiint-  ���������>:00 Lv Rcvi-l-iul-c .    .',.  ..  .'i.i liuiir^.  :;n b'nir-.  fit liniir-i  Wc-I,  .\r;-. -ilr-'il  .bv. -ib.Vi  Ait. '-'l:ii(l  unvyl\(  Fred Robinson, Proprietor.  Rough and Dressed  I ILLS  Lath, Shingles, Slpuldings, Finishing  GUT-BATES FOE, SFOT VA\  MOUNTAIN CLIMBING '  The C. 1'. I!. Co. have sl.ilioned S-.vi-.- guidc-  iit Dantr, Lake- in the I'lu'iid-. and (ll,icier, for  thc convenience of ur.iri-!- ui-!iing lo'explore  '.lie mountain- in llxi.-e,vicinities. o  Ask for copie- of riwi��������� tin ide folder.  The Canadian Pacific Steamship  Co.'s Steamers''  ROSSLAXD AND KODTEN'AY  leave Avrowhead daily at (i:l.'i .for all p-jinU in  Kootenay. making coiin-.-'-tioii al, N'aku-n for  all point-ton Xiiku-p mid Slocan l.'.iilway and  Slocan Lake,   i  Clo-e connection ,if liobs.m for N'eKiin and all  Kootenay Lakc'iiud River point-, and for Trail,  Rossland, and .points-oiilh. ,,;  For full information, tickets, i.iapi, etc.. call  on or iiddres-i ���������   ,  T. AV. BR ADS II AW,  ��������� Agcni; Revelstoke.  Or to ���������  XV. F, ANDERSON,   '    R J. COYLE,,   *'   '  Trav. Pass. Agent,     o TJist. l'.is-. Agent,  Nelson, R.C. Y.uicoiiver, li.C.  OCSAN, STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mall Lines.  Cheapest Routo to tho OM Country.  HEAVICI! UXE-j-Ki-oiii Monlreal.  Lake Ontario       -      ->���������,    - .lune 1  Lake Huron - -,-������������������"  " -      -      -     ,.      -      -      -    , ���������   1(  Like Superior    -      ��������� ���������      ��������� ' ���������, -1  -        -      -.     -      -      -      ���������      ,.   as  * N'anie of sU'.imer not yet, aniKiunced. <  DOMIN'ION LINE-  Dominion  Ciitiibroiii'in  Seot.-mnn     -      - i    -  ���������From Montreal.  June .1  ..    1"  ���������    17  .ALLAN LINK���������From Montreal.  Laurent inn -      -..���������������������������      -  '   -     -      - July  8  Xiiniidian  ���������    li  Californian -      ��������� '  ���������   2(1  Tainui  ���������   '11  Piin^cngors ticketed through lo all parts of  Great. Krilnin mid Ireliind, and at specially low  rates to all jiarts of the European continent.  Apnlv to nearest raihvav.or sleuinship agent or  to "  T.  W. BRADSHAW,  Agent,  Revels tolcc.  <>-CK)-<><>0<>OH>-<>0<><H><K>0  There is a Saying to"taffeet that.......  r. howson.&.co.,.;...  Furniture and    ',;  ��������� Undertaking.  Repairing and Upholstering Done.  Warehouse in connection for storage  ,   of family ond other furniture, trunks,  ''* - etc., at monthly or other rates,  ' " . c  Agents for Raymond Sewing Machines. ,  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  lloiilpd by hot air; i-U'c-tric bi-lls  .ind light in i.vi-ry room; lurge  and well lighted Siiinple rooms  'ci-  - Reasonable Rates  JOHN V.'PERKS, PROPRIETOR,  Fri-c- bus meet** all tr.-iiiis; hourly,  sti-t-i-t c-iir betwci'ii hotel and  Million. A   ,'  -   p_ ���������  i.  REVELSTOKE, B.-.C.  OF.  -**gt*'OjV  IL-p ^fi^,^*=ff  pf^--  S    V  \w  NOTICE  <^  All lots on Fourth Gtroot  boionging to thc above  ocmpr.ny will bo i*a;so<l  S50 on Saturday, 2*th  Juno.  Tiie Company are now  clearing Fifth Street, Orton  Avenue, and Mc Arthur  .Avenue.  Prices and terms for lots  ^KKXSEBHE  ilWffflffllW.vr-l'*^",L,M������t^  /  Printer  I1CJ     !>  Especially!',  /<l  /h  The   Kootenay Mail  Job  Printing*  'Department endeavors, by*'prompt,  i    ', i ���������(*  i ��������� (      '  attention to orders and delivery'of  t ��������� i  work when promised, to prove that  there  are  exceptions  even   to  this"  f , l  rule. We have ,the niost fully  equipped job office in North Koote-  nav,  and   our 'customers  know   it.  TRY US AND S  6 0-0<KK>-0<>-&OH><>-C<^^  FOR FURS  Martin arc hiKh and wanted: the dark .-skin.*  are ir demand. I-'or lare;o dark akins I will pay  hi^b prices, and other colors accordingly: llio.-e  shippinij; to me can rely on fair treatment and  prompt returns. I will remain al Winnipeg  until August loth, and if all goes well 1 will return in Xovcmber. Those of my friend- and  others changing their places of biisiue.-..*- please  notify inc.  G.  W., Baldwin,  p.o. rox om.        WINNIPEG, MAN.  Highest ca?h prices paid for raw  fiirs.  Apply to  F. St. John,  .Fur Buyer,  WINNIPEG, MANITOBA  Agent for M.'Axelrad i-c  ('o.  Kngland.  ���������  London,  on these new streets can be  obtained on application.  IIP ore  o  Kootenay Railway & !  '   '   Navigation Company  (lpe'rnl iiiK Iva-lo .V .--Io. an Ilui'.w.iv.  Inleriialional Navig.iiwn v-o'Ti-a-lin-f  Coinp.-iny.  Schedule of Time--Pacific St.-*.:-aarcl Timo  KU'ectivc .lime III, '!i.i.  ICaslo & Slocan Rp.ilwr.y '   .  1'iiisoiiKor tr.iin for Saiidun ai.d v.iy "l.ilion-  lea ve- Iv.lsIii a). S a.in.: daily. ictiiriiiinCi.li avi -  Sandon al 1.1.1 p.m., arriving at l\*a-ln .'!..Vi p.m. .  International Navigation and Trail Ins    '  Company       - |  Operating nn Koolcn.i.v l.aki-aii-1 l:i\iv.  S. S. In"i'|-.kn.vi-|(in.vi. Ic.ue- K'.i-!n for Ne!-'in  at. (> ii.ni. daily except Snn lay; ri-lwrnim:. le im - .  Nol-on nt   I .till  p.m.. ���������-ailing al   Halfniir,   I it.)  liny, Ain-wni I li, .-nd all  \\.iy  poinl-.: ��������� oi.n-i t-- |  with -teanier Albei-la   lo  and   ironi   lliiinei*'-  I-"en-y, Idaho;  al-o with S. !���������'. Oc N1. train lo and -  from rfpokane. at Kive *\lilc I'ulnt. [  S. S. Ai.ai'iti'A leave*. N'el-on for lionn,.!*1. I  Kerry, Tiiesdiiysand Saturdav- al 7 a.ia., m ������������������ t- |  ing-teanier International Irnia K.i-!n al I'ilot  Itnj; returning, leave- Honner1'- l-'en-y at 7-u.m.  W'eilnesday-', J-'i-hIiij-* and SiimNiy-, ronn.r l::ig  wiih ���������jlcainer Inleriiniiuiial and filr ICu-ln".  I.ardo, and Argenla. Ilireel <-iiiiiu.cl icn- in.ub.  at Honncr's Kerry with tirur.l N'oiiluin l.'aiiv.iy  for all iioinl- east and we-t.  Sinai' or large consignment** promptly  iiitt-mlcil to and cheque Pent, bv return mail. Storekecpei.s please  sliip.ioul-'ee our piiee*;.  -AND   Lartlo-Dunc.au Division  Steamer International Iciimj- Is;i>,,.i for l,.udi,  and Argenta al, S.l.'i p.m., Weiluu-day- and  Fridays.  Steamer Allierla leaves Ka-lo for l..i-.-i'.o and  Argenta al S p.m. Huiid.i.v -.  Steamers call al  principal landing-   in   both  direction-, and ill other point-  when  -ign.illcd.  't'iekwts sold to all points in  t'unailii and the  United State.-.  To  ascertain  rates   and   full    Information, -  address; !  UOBKRT IKYING,       I  Manager, Kualo, b. C,  Exporters and Importers.  200 to 208 First Ave. No.  MINNEAPOLIS, -  -  MINN.  Shipments  Solicited.  Write for Circular-  (iiCrrpfop Cash.  SMAbb  family cook  stove,   with ul������B������fl(i,  Apply, 24ml Office. THE KOOTEMAY WilL  '���������-.%:-.  x ������������������'���������}���������':  lee  i ��������� Large fr???: Bottles ;-Tpf AA?;:  ; ��������� WdstAiy I;ndia-A,? 'LimeT'AT  ;;?':J:uice''Vyat4y 50c:'.'A/perAA;"/  AAbbttlU.'y^;'yv;?4::?yO'???.f  ?#yjYiTnt^^  ���������;? Juipey;-?'anclA;4Mineival4?  ?r?f  ;{|ec^  '���������'���������^V^A^-'yy'^V.fH'EyDRUGGiST'^A::!?'^^^";'  ?.;,4(4 Successor tei, i'lc McD.;'A. W. Co.'",;  ���������y;.y4?:;4;Reve;|stoke StatipnJ-.'B.C.-yA'i-y.-.  ;MARRIED?  '.iVvbM"l5iiWlvN;(i---AAt.'v.(b,iii|(vll/-!-?\Vc(l(l%s  "'-"-ai.-:: ci .;��������� y ? y ���������,;, fey 281 i. ,ai s 9 Q A11 TT* ^S  T;A;iT,i:!.Tu'riierr  A?A ??4 loyMlSS? I'.it 11^.4?y???yyv'i 4" 4-44; 4,.'.: yPp:  ;y:brEq;;Ai4A  HoAi*.TTi?"S6^  A?3?;,?:;:22i5?;?Biit:leii^;3:.st!;(!ftt!-,. ?Philip; H?,-  ??'A '.? jiu'sli'ii'i'iii' ;(ib'3Eiiz;il)et!i:AI.>A.Iloiiiv  yAiX'A\AM^AAAAxA'ipA^CAAA'A  'pXiPPXP'Ov ;l]ie\*c*lsUj|cci; of 4! luirjUy-sis, ?fV-j;(*(.l  ?,?yA/y73?jeill'Si:'?3???:y';??;?;'  - ?/?>'?. -'Py 'PPy. ''j i  ?-'  ^?;They!fuiii-rai������(V^  ^afternoon iatT ()'ol<>ok,? frqiii * t.lio/AlJJ.iby;  ? tei;?y'4 $ t reet p i\ I. '/Ji. ?e 11 iu'i-1 r ;A ? i n't e riii en t  ?;atLin<e������\ne'vv'?>ee.inett*i-y,;S(;iitne.y Ay??-  LOCAftMJJiPERSOMLiBRIBPS  h??yAy4ATlie?nRvv?;c!i;iricel?of  ���������3?A???'ded'ieated-JaHt SuiidayT;--A'-1''py-'iypyy  4:AA:4 3??A.M i'Sy J?>iiws(->ir and' eliili!:?Si-e???v',iisiliiiy  yAy^yVaiicdiiA^  ?:������,;|44fAJlAaec6iiiit^  AA;?4ai*e?p;i;yiil)le:-tp '���������'.)as.v.'ly^yA-odrqwywy q  AA-A A?? Si iss??Po vvell ??Ieft??Tliiii-Hfl;iv^evvehiiigi  ;AA>foty- Viiii uqiiyei; on 'adiulid-iyyiflityyA??;  ?AA?44iylaihiUor;.isA,qhP. tl^q? ^i*o,titiH:? for; 'tlie  ?AA.Sjiiij'lii'iij resideni:e46h 'J.-liiicl Streef A?-p.  PPpp ;'';:'W:' *J.^1 ie?? G������'������ 1 "ii'l'i Vb i t'r-^c';'! i'i ^-iQ'i'iVv-.^y/ts'1':: ������������������ v. i si t c'.cl,  AyA^iy? several fpiciiicpariiesAiii.Doniinioil;  Wyyfl^iy.pyy^  ^AyyVtiAI'hft'Hill' clie(lup?:c;*Be;?eiiinc3?iip?iigam  A;;A;:yesterdavy butyvyas 4f ui-iJ|ei-:eoiiTihiiiid,  ��������� CA -���������? i|,l ? A \P h tl "V ��������� ��������� .'ik';. ?AA,;,4 i'yiy^yy.yyyy  .... yy,.yjyAy..,i\IeGiilltiniyCiinKr:info-tow;n on;  ?Ayytlieyl������fc;??f roni?; Jjlifilii'iii'p-? Gi*e������^lcV?;.i^:i v-ii)3rr  j*" "v y ?' V ?V L������ u. i 1' t" \ j t^!, t ? i*s i i. 1 c 11 'i ti' i-1 ��������� .;-t; - ;.-?r";' -: ? ;\y;";-.-"-; - _ - ?i*^- ;.A. '?���������=.���������- ;o^. '-"���������"/;'.-.;"-^-^ V," ?* ~ A'?.  :.?:--?4yy;A wTIie;SSV-i 111 111 Ulr?'AM'1 'J' 3  ?'^ A; r^'?'1.! ��������� '3'^ ?-'9'A  v.::r;3  y??y?;4 kind-inJvobten-iy;;? ���������PPPypPPpyi.-Py:yy P  -A-.y"-yiVlrs.-������������������: .Lavvrente.yiindyyfiiniily'?..left.  iy4y?Fi-idav? e veil ing :J;iT for ^yaiHioiiveiyoiA  ^y ���������*a4yisit?of;it?fe>v?Aveoks.,??^,y:4 ���������.;?'":,?.??.?; CAP'  i yPp 'ip Qiii ii gen ie n? ivy i 11 .?'.' pit ri.id e': \ t q i i i o r rq vv.  ?r?'-evening..l(r?thp,>Pi:esb\1iteiliah.cli.ii.i:cli.  yPpPA full ,t;iiriiout?.is ier|tiefstt-cl?"'���������'"���������:;;' j yy  A?, ? -J'l^tii'j^.u^on?'.". c'i t ,i ke"i is ?._?_! jjiyc-/ ..vii ji'n (..ui'n;_-i:;<:I'  . y   their?;iniention'yly uiin-ying.' (intAyi I ;'g  ������������������';. 'progranune'of -sportsAYoii������������������'���������'���������'''���������".Ij.'ibhr'. day:,"  1''?;;S|pl^l i:l)??;'.? 33? ������������������;/' Xyy.P ipy -PCAAp  y v ?s A BJr..and;?l\I,-rs'AJ.;' PPy AKennedyyleft"-  ? y-Wedhesda )3 4 n,igllt:    ';' ful'??,?\*ini('Oll v?er  4? ?where' tliey. vvill^iirqbiil.ily; holiday for 'a  ���������������������������?. Week-Ortwo.-A. yP P-'PPppi "���������������������������������������������:i:'-:-y'-yp ';  ���������������������������������������������;'A A Giiijd ':���������*!(Oth; ;c.!-iissj\- pitblic'.; selioq.l)-���������.  .-'y_<y<]?)jd ���������'���������;"��������� you'.'see the c hippodrome,;  C pP ?diiddy?"   '; Pavv---^\Nras tliat-AHcjbeilst  ������������������-.vP witli hutups on liiS'baiikfA ,', .���������'? -, ' '?  "���������"������������������;������������������ ? ���������������������������"-.   ������������������-���������'  4 a-p,P ������������������:<!' p   -A'-PP;" v'������������������������������������.-,  iP-ir;P-,i Tlieii ?,vyasy ;i;riiieetiiig 4of*?iCiirt?ei f  ������������������'��������� ������������������- yCreek ?Go-y ^t'iiroboli'iwi's,4 oiiv- ;?I'u(?s(i;iy'1  v liiglitand ilie- ni.o.st? tlin L.ciin be leaiiied -i  .. ?yis?.tliat?c:very.t hing.AViis 3s;.itisi';icti)t;y. >, ??.[  ���������?'���������'������������������ :" ?.JIonday afternoon'syvvindy rekindJed ?  ; P 'into. ;r blaze ;tlie?dying?; embers, ������������������.'of.yiln j  ':'���������? recent ..savvinill   (it;e -and'-it-? .lerpiijied. j-  ? ���������soine .vv.ork. liv*-No? 2 ���������iJ'i.-igad.e' t.) put   it!  yA'pUt.3 ? ; ..���������������������������   'Pypypy ,.'������������������;..,.   i. -"'yi?; '���������'��������������������������� y'?';    '_....,?!  .-'���������?���������.���������;, 4The .tji��������� jois- vvbrk; .���������lias^cqiLniejierriyon;!  'A; tlie1 (Mdfilllovvs'- bfiudc; - Tin* q'iudiiy'vf;\  ??;?*ti]erbriei-r.- iiiii;(le?iiAhnni(y.by.?(lie'K'ev g]-?].  -"; stoke Ijiiiok .Cu3. aft ravts" th'e -attentio'ii ���������!  p:p'QiA\.'CpyXAp:X-. A'AXp'- AiX. A"rj  ��������� ������������������ ���������.-������������������'..'."Gfiiiei'ii-l syinpat.liy?is-(;^pi-e^s(;d wijjiA  1. 'AO.   D. -Hoar Aaii'd? fanitly?  at   the 'sat; \  p  news of'his father's, deatJi   in ?Swit;;t)e.;|.  ���������; The nevv.-y reached '". My. Pi l-o,-ir pyti file j  -?' 4:niiddle nf the Trout Lake,fest iii'!ityy, y  -,v ' A J)f. J. y\l'>P- Frasei-y: yf;'yTqiyii'iyy"'''  ; ' ."bVotlier-injavy: ;(,fylh:f E. H. 'si. Mi- ...  ���������? ??Lfi;ui? i-i  iti tovvn. tliis week qn liAwiiy ;  ������������������. to ,'they.eoiist, ?wlier(r iicgtie*! nn a-'-'v.is't j.  to his  cuiisjii, I'lo'n. i!.;K. MiiKe'i.-huiivi  '-,.\I, I)'., ai'. Nivtiiiiuio. A.',;.".. 4J  '     Laforint-'s park, train- (tf .'ten   hors-A' \\  '"'���������? left. \Vf-doesil.'ty vvitii'supplii-s   i'ui;.',?i.lit:' j  Adair ..'gi "Up' -oii,-Jiii foj 'liie -'creek. :  A  -Sacbiid shift otAineiris .tn be put. on, a;  "once.:     M.r.    Adaii',.left',   vVed.nc.sday  1 evening for, the -property. ,-'������������������' ,  ;. -Tii- Siuyl.-iy ?sch-i(i!s . coiioeeted with.  the -VMcthi,di.it      niid'     .l:'i-esl)i'ierian  cliurches he.kl   ,-i   f.-tiinbiiied    picnic, qui  : Saturday -'la-it'. JJAiiiinion ���������. dity. ;^Tlie?|  '', site, select I'd; whn an' idea T spot? for thf-i j  purpose.���������just nqrl.li (,if the lower, town, j  A'.large nuiiija-r, of  .-���������������������������IjoIitT.s  void   tlieii��������� j'  frieieA     gal lif-i-.-d^  and    all'    Iiiid    an  .. enjoyable time? , '  '���������   W; A. -Wiiikoi,   latiA kIih (-keeper at  the G.IP.  l.i. sh'ifis-.-'has bojeii promoted  to the liiatiiigenie.iit '.if one of the'com-,  pany's.sto-res in ".Mont rc;al,-and   left, for  the (Wist, vesterd.-iy iiibrniiig.    ' A. ntim-  .. tei* of Mr. .Wul,ker'i- .friends -gatliercd  afc. the ol'ico of - JJi*. Ci,o.**s. Wednesday  evening,   and   a   few    pleasant -hours'  were.H'j-'uutf-s a,faicw(.')l,  ?'   .Mi'.'."h iu! uMrs. G ill- were   holiday ing,(  -in iit Trottt J..-il;e this week?     ?.-?���������.  ,-,,  '':'-. ?,?\I.r.A ,J,H 11abougli.lias received .lievvs  ofln-i' fathfer's'sevi-re, illntess. ' '���������?  '.���������'��������� Fp I). Jiutier,,(if ',\Chicago, is? -spending the;s������iniiier.':iii6ntlis".Avitii;tlie J'ev1.?  ?Di'.'' Pitgefc.?: i Ay AA iACX''-XAA'Ap 'CX'p  ' -?!\l'r.: Auid;  M"rs'.y'Ole ��������� Sandberg' <'ii?,d  .Ghas?'.VVi|yi,'aliartison?cai)ia:'up  Trout? ,JJtike ? Gity 'Vis:t -?'. oh   ���������Tli'iu'sciay  ,eve'i'i,i.iig:-?.;-,?;:^''i..-:-,i;���������':''������������������?''���������' ���������?, y-ii.pp-y pi-Ayy- p-iy  ;AE;yL.y Kiiiiiiaii4,yh|is"';:coiiipleted?hii5  l;iSsessineiit3t'ii;??fhe , JIbly ;4AI.oses, ,.'{ui'd-  'Speaks?encduragiiigly?of .'tlie ' iippear-  aiicc' of the claim      ;���������??,?" 3;A.?A. A p fit A  A���������'.-'Services Ait.-Sty Peter's;4(Chiircli? of  l^ngliindj'toiiidrrovv?: 3-];tbly,:cqniiiiuiiibi.!,3  i'S-a^ii'^'Ama^  diihiyp'h's-?'.sf������1'Vice;:. ;\vjtli?? adclress??.by  yipar, 2.3Qii pimy ? ey-:nsqiig (choral)  and sernioi)jAr.3Q"jiiri...-,���������-,:,< . ???'?',????  ''A'Tv3\\Ty}ra^  Unvelsjioke,,-'; wifo;iincl yhijd;ni'e? spend-  '"ing;j!ni?couple���������:������������������ of .'.weeks': vaciition.! in  Araiic<iuvei'y? ?-Mr? aiid Mrs. Bnidshiivv  lived in,,tliis city?;foi? stime1'time,:? and  havo?*a liost of A friends.���������-A^aiicotiv-oi'1  Wor1d.."!?'y-3?'yA3'3;A;;;r;;;?;;yr^  y?0no';of ;3tho4iiiotikeys4?bel9i|gihgytq:  Nqri-is- lJros.' (istiil)lislnheiit,"whicif vviiS;  iii .'tcivvii;?:'Thui'sday,:-]iiHl,a lively?tibio.  atlhe.'Gity?li6leh?4?Tlieyii'iiinialj>ilipp^  unobserved?;? .intq.??fhfi   dining/;?i'qoin;;  vvhere: it; proceeded to oleai'??o(F -'������������������ 'vv.li/it'  AV'as/catiiblq r.'ii tlie tables.   yWheil'Aif  4last di^c(iye,i'e(l^it?.ywas.Aafteniptnig/to,  :vi-fti)idv-o?the.stopper.frdiii qft-:bi',(yof ���������:��������� th������  .,ketcl)'������1?. bb11Ies;;,?Py"),���������yyyyPPy.p-i- '-.PP.'App  Pp Chubby it'; ?]3()oth;';tlie:bievv-,;;ni*iiv!'qf..  ,.lioiiso.,pairitprs,?:hitve:iilready?biiilt?  ?spienr]id,ybusiiiess;: iii?tl]e,o'ity'.^;y.Tfipii?3  ?^ucci-ss;isyvy^  .-? i tif^V 11'������fl;'- t|i e ���������;' L> c ii e 'fi t" r> f .:y e:: rs' i- .of * j- o x:p ei; i"*:'!"  ������������������'e;ivc'by:iii^^  ;'wifri,'0f'!tiie;;seii^  ���������:|*'yi;lH!!Vih'.d.'tiic^  ,'.e.\peoted,.rto;',?','iiri;.h;^  ^frtihnliWiv'old^hoiiic^ffi  4;? 4--: ^y Af3 F ������ld 1 ^ti u ly^y. a n d y >T> Ay? GyJG; v 11 ie ?i;-1;  returned Asycste^  ^leasa!bt^.trip:tfl?|!ie^  ?V;mcdu ver ?liist!;.Suhdiiy3-iVriA Melilru  -;w>yqi^  ?;]'i*bs by t.eria 11 ��������� ? cl i ti i:ch es --.'.(11 Gfeyvvi th ? a  ,?solo','4,?,w'liii;lr Ayiis'"; hi-Wlilyy';,appi*c;(jiat(*'dA  ./rjipyytofikytlip  :;or,\sp/(fiid'in^;i'th'iy..dii.'y-?at ,;S,������iittl^,?'vvhere;:  ?tiiey??vyiii*essed;? t lip-i^ay's'- cukibratiqiis?  ;i'ii?tliat'?cityAy*y-;:y?? PPyiippPppiPiXXpp'^.:P  '' A T11 e .???R gy'e] s t ok 0 ��������� ,13 i cy cl e?';; Cl u b' ;ca ni  only;lie? ciihi pi inieh tedyih; it s' ei'i.tcrpry?y  iiAjwiHliiiig/tiy^pi'bvide^citizen  "?|eiii'tentsiiri'i'i'i'eiit,'."-.*s������'."tv?t;''J.P.' doiibt-j-vvasyas?  ' n i uc'h ;'"d;i'sii|ip;bi?ivVed-'-tv!isy.j-o tl.i'^rs?A i P :7-' .'1 e'  au.'liericti iit..?t lie.? 'incluncii(������lv? pet-fbriii-!?  ���������:ifrvce?o^  "dv^hi iig ,hy-stl)ij ?T^  '���������'iiame)^  ;ac tei1: y ,(>f ?��������� rt hey ��������� pi c.ce.4* ;seeiii ed ? ^tbytbew  jr-iii bah.- A-ety.sheAvy as-'vpn ly4;'grqtesrjuc-.4  ���������^l-11 r'o v-s 1" t-11 j 1 L.i p i ri s ?'��������� ',."<y c i ���������'p;">\i?i f-.'ts'f' l.y"-'.-."*5.t ri i i n'^e.c]r  ca 11 d?;>yj t, 1 i;:,t?I byex cc?jiiti,on?bf.; ?E(iiey Hex i*  tiierfyvv^isii't? ibiiclyto; iioti?y:fibqut?,;the/  six? wlifir 1'i.i ii do;'-: uji I he"? slip??*1.;' ;; ���������;..:?;; ;?-,?���������  m  y XV(��������� ;lie headquarters for,]ill(ito supplies of all kinds, both aiiiateiir  and piiifessional. Caineiiis, kodaks, iihnsyplateSjCheniic.-ils, inoiihts  ,.. tripods, developing and printing putiils. ?Catalogue" ?si'iitl':- book of  ��������� iiistiii'clion free. '   ���������"-���������"'-?' ?������������������   .?>).-.y<? '''"?'./��������� r;A. , '--'?.:y?" P'P'P: '-'''��������� :''ipy.:P'P.' --p  VANOOUVER AND KAMLOOPS;  Bailey Bros.; Co:;?.Lt'd;  ...,.,i:.Cp\,.....:.v._  ,;i- ���������??:.;:- ?'?,..''''''     A^EIead'biliees, Torcnit6.4?;Factpries,;P Pp"-'-'P, pCpX  'Nelson A;4*:i-,-'Ayi;--y;:r;;;"y;B  U11.' E L;: I; U ��������� 11 f ������ Ac v li ���������$,' ?:4';-yancouverf AAP-fAXx&yGp  p::'ii'.-'P-' Ppp'P ,?���������: 'iP ; y.'?'?" PP^-'Py'' ��������� '���������'���������:��������� '-8-P- Dealers in Af ���������'..,;."��������� i .y'-y:,. Py ,?'���������?' yiy-^A.-'A A ,;.:������������������;���������;?'; ?-?  Lin6feums;;,Oilclo^  Largest aiicl^bestassorted^  ���������- ���������,-��������� ���������" .-"'4-'i.:. '���������,. ''     :.,'P'P-'\\'.i,'-\ "... :' ..yy   r':,'��������� PP'\:':������������������''-,'' i .    ':- 'P   'P'-';���������"���������-: '"'':P ������������������ '��������������������������� i.''- i ''���������'��������� '-    :-4:-...- :-:���������", ' ,. ���������-���������..::.'--'-"'-.  v -i.   4*1     r4 ���������    -2 *i       IJ   _.  ;(|-e^������i?a]?;?:^  .^f,0!wMeiMi  DryCA,(3.vd$C A i'o^t'i.cs--i? M ai'd ware.,i i XTin \yare, ��������������������������� p P6\\rder, 4 ?Flise,?  ;Etc:;4?:;''j\;rii.Vers-aiid?^  , VI04FORJA  REVEliSTCK-EiAAyi;: y?"  ?I:  y.Mtinufuctui-ers??;,^  ydeale^Syiiii-cUl-'-lvihcls?.  mm������MMi:;:'  :.;^OHgH;;;an^4Ay:  ?Dressedv,:::A:-.:'4,;?A  u.     ��������� w-F-t..%yyrT^wiM ...ra^c  =*������CTCT7J****r  a* .yy.  PC'CAAhiAA'sunJiriery  y. ���������' '"kind^yt'lie bes^;lantl';:at"prices  .'yyinatchet^m'':]^evextolsdAyA??? ���������-. PAPPAXiPXAp  ��������� ^I^t-y; r L'Ai"o ^<^t ;^i)|i:i;M-o'-Vt;i 1 r i"^* .v?;it ���������i/g'.eViic nil ;^;s to c k^;^i ri dj?i;������;  A'i Xp AAAf ;Ac;air::?fc  yA-i'-A' : 'i'yAreqLiirey?^^^  j]3ector  4 ":v.supp'Jies '-a ;fi,peciaItA*y  ���������?A^?'?.4%:-'A'^V''Ai������-;A??3,?'A?4  m  iy  pyiy  ,.,?y?e:?-  'Capital (paidaip)'?$2;000;0Q0aS  im:.-  ")'P'i  F  Tfe-?vASlri'if;?i^^latlf^-aiicl:  p-p-PP ';'. .;' ',', -:?. A S'- -'���������.���������,-  '���������:��������� ������������������'''���������P. ���������:������������������;'���������������������������        - ?-���������'������������������ A-.; ''  '  ??; a 'yMouldin.o'S'. 'XX',A''ApA-i  . 1 y> '  AXI)  '���������I-?'1  '?*���������? <v.  A..omA.AiAt n,i;giit.a  A. AP PERKS,  ;Frobrietdr*A  Lon^idimension; timber  cut  y? ���������?'?.;:3'?A',."? -.-. A?.yi,-''="??yyP pyy.  Ai Ay ? yvy; :?tp Xorde r,A ?aridA?cle^r  A;-:?y4?.,;- cedar ^finishi no* ]um'-  . A?:a? y?Aber..ay'specialty.; ;a??a;;  ,^];l4;?ordersi4pr6nip|ly,A  i'y'?.'?.';?,;Pi Terms casli.y ?Aa "; ?  iTOAy-qi  yJLb.' '  l^-PPlIlg6^  :wgmi  t������.  ev-BiBGOKe.  PpiplAvbA intend -;;-::--- Hu y i 'ii'S;' Vi 11"-.  .  j-r;--- -���������;  .y  .yy: Jpyyy y-    PP:PPy: .:".y  ',-i, .- PPP'P. y.    J'���������'..":.   "0??Vi>     Py  X XA: t h;������;? 11 e xty Fe.W-'j m e> n t li s., a iiy P,  ��������� A-ytH i ���������% i'i1; i; be;;;\ya)^  :'y'?;?ranges^Qr hptisehpldg'podsy  !:3;,,y,i tA:,\y.i 1 lycer tai lilyy pay :!?;yp u':  43|4'ytp.ybQy;??nd\V;4?3?;?''Ea^  ?Aa; ,we^;reeei\'e,:,:iToH;cesy;;'ripni3;  ;y:';AmanufViGiui*ersVp  ?44:-;A;;;,adMance3ini|pHc^  ?--A a: ; *?V;-^ tliee^|D r?^e iit a ;':' t i^i rd ;"^yG;^Ter-y?~?  ;y y-;yypieGeA;-p^AVm  AApe n t e r s ??f int pA:' t h;e;?': const r li c r:  AAA:tion -6A^toves^rano-es? eitcv?;  ���������'", i!;?-:' -���������;���������:-"'>--.' .'���������������������������������������������"���������.' ������������������������������������ ������������������������������������p{y- ��������� -'ypyy-  !pyy -p::_ O. --.-?���������, # -:      ;-;'.' v  ? A������ ���������; 'A;?.b as 'Cya. i s ed ? ;ye r yyn*i'ateriai])A-  V:yAy:^!\4e4:iare4-fb  At;" A^i;no*A-bii "diand'/'by'AliiiyAtH^-;  'PppA'. -i1?--0?,.-^,, ,.;.'���������:;...���������. A,*:t.-^.::.-t-   ���������-  .ilPy.   /.'vii;,;   '-"''-'-^    ! ���������������������������{-������������������������������������ ;P'  ^���������::*;;--i?]aif^est^!JstQc^  7 J: '-A tlie^pM ;scale;^f;?lm\Aprices?y  4;.^k4'\\^>;havpA;:'ii6t.y  fliyAptices,; l3ut?itAisVa?yi;natter  ';'?;.?A' pr>^time.yunu^  A "yA;Cpnipelled 'Afp.'y'C^Mi-pAA  pAxPwQlcgAetocqn\  yA: ;A^dietheiVyybu4^  :S0Ma?^ANGE:''P0IN^,ER|^  ���������y-vvIh^ehod!5infc':a:ranVe:3:here''  ?. A;;y,yod?;do;?not ?.have;tt)Vtake;;;  4. ^' ?y,Hobsph's  A??,ti"sHbAv you tlieleadino-dines'  iy ;A' of Canada !>;'i it wall''"- sizes.  -P., ??, A \\J, jpp; j-j yivAy n ot ?������������������ ���������'��������� a'd v.a n ced  !y??44?dte-prices df'these-ranges,*  A A btitrypu -.caii"iiiake''no?niis-;  ''CA-AC takei'4: j' b'j^iy plaic; i ng1 A :yb tii-  A'.. ?order'at'";Qnce.:-?4; -.;"���������-'a  HEi!s������   ;A?-??:';p;:|-J;4 Sy hipW^  7^?*eneral;bailicin*btisiness^^  .-'-:.,  O.^'.,:,.'' .     ���������;   y.'- '^"..:i.y.  : :   '������������������'������������������   .y-J , ''-.;'��������� ��������� y.p ..*i?..".". ^ ?i,  ?,,-.;-" V, t...... .y. y'.p-. -,-   y .,-���������- y Pi-'-   '���������?,/*'- -���������' =������������������-.:- :.���������-���������.:. . , ? 1-4-,.. ��������� --    -, ;-. ���������- ,;...*':,!1 .-; '-_    -.-  'isA Aya yailabl eiji'ii^ill ?p  ^iytymii.GHasikij^^SaVih'^  1 ,,-:,yi'--y-ly-- -.,.: -,-��������� ,-������������������:: .--yy.-.,, :������������������-"'.-- ,..y i-;:';���������?,<-*- ���������,,  ���������:'.,-������������������ :'.-���������'; Kp,..;   ',; \yy. ;-,:-.   '��������� -4'4y.-y:,- -,.: yy,:.,;,y:p'���������������������������;',:.: y ''::';-. ���������', -.: ;-'4 '?'".-;,.:  Xi-Ay;cun.entivkt&AXpCyCpiA  D3-:'A-yS;������A.y-A?'AS  pp*  LargeVhcvvAliii'cVof ??T.iihiill,?;-.J'rint;;dAiiiid?-.Pbiiii, !??  ^m^xMA^pMAAApx^  .?iA;udi?Goi:k?;ciirp-jt?Cy;^:xniiiiste;!-.A^^  siUsyT^pef^  ;"' '"" 'Ci-tA^Av^&A  PP 4  -AP  CA  E()tii|)pe(lyI;Iqtel;0,ii::,t.lie;?Goii;sb:  :,y: yEvei ythiiig;;,i)e\v:'iahdAiip-?  A':'yt;o-d;iU-?y-;A;4?;-':y-;i;4'y:;y?4;A-4;?  gPopliir Prices^?F  ^anppuvei4,.^-��������� Ay P HAc^A^ yAp '-fy ^;yBritis,]i.i;.0qlum]3ia^ ���������  Tii  ese raii������>*e*s are  made  ������������������';'A?'Our-'l>l^A.y\l^^^  rXXy   clt:):?ed :yA 1" ricjviy- l;'!>;l.,?bi'.:iy';  A������i.. 3,.\ve" Pfk:r;'. tncv'baiance y of;  ?   3 y'.otif' ';B.l'>u.;-j'e's, -hi. '.'A&. fPyA. A  pa -,-4^a ,yancl ?S':. 4.-'-A?'f;; - ?��������� ?;..'4...... ;  SKIRTS: ���������v^;./^^C.:;',-;:;:'-';;  -.'\V<? havy: a ;fc\v pun.? linen j..  pAyA'1^ ,iia\?''4J"r"$i;..1,0? a a  preity: , .Tint^e Vol" 'dennian  r. ..- '4-v ......   - .,U(j    -\Ay ih" "  y 'y ��������� vci*ii-te.piqiie?ipr'$,:!..':A5iy;  Mb'ss.'': goods'      -  ���������''".no.bLuster,. mo .fuss; just  ,.- business? that's all,'.'.' ,'  THE-LEADING-STORE;;  or \py2.\0.P :anp    tne . ix-si | S li."MXI  I.>  ..CAAkCA    Xo  ���������1- ��������� 111    ��������� -. . ��������� y'  R'SiJ j H'l" wTvrsT  !<>3aR(^iN'  ypp '���������'-wil;? riho'vv1 lory;ii')Oilier  .'week':at- "���������;-h"e.-.'''Cu.t ,^'ice.s.  .\yh.ich .n.iea'n.S'.yoi.i- can -bu\;  ^'Oiitr dresses at',COS'I 'at'.;  K.J x A.-X.-J- A/   ��������� ...  ���������ii  'Jv.  i "y. by the-;, McGlary/M'a'nufacr?'  turinkj1;   Co.,   ;the   largest  '-.%���������  ' "   O ..���������������������������.;���������''' '    *.-������������������.-���������"���������    .- ���������*5  '   -  ;A and?'^iieyy'of'.'Tliey'ipldest  ; 'stove fQundries:in Canada'  4?'ri'hotiisands are?beint>; used  ' '���������   -y. - ,-   ;,."..'. 4,,    "4 .- ������������������:���������',;���������" -'   ..?���������.������   -..  and ?are ;   crivino1''' .entire  ;',.'��������� A.- ���������'   ll'������." -        O, .''.������������������������������������ ���������������-> ���������"-.       \p.      -������������������. 1  ,;?''jiatiSlaGtip'n?.;   y ' ;A?i ';.'';.���������': ������������������,'?  4.No. S ICof)t;[-iiiiy:??^POU.L/U  ;T()y9..1|s._.G .hole.;: iyir -aa,  '"���������. ��������� with hi-hUhelf.:p.f+Q.SJV-  yAAi)A22^(i hnUuC R(~\ C)C)  y     Willi lMgll?.-shelt,-'':,?^U.y..y,  T\'e also -carry in stock  .'.-���������.McCIarv-'s   .hot   air -fur-  ,   ���������,, v��������� ���������'     '' .  ; 'naces. .Prices obtainable  ;. .on 'applicatidn'y  he-Great  epi  BOURNE  BROS.4^  AiAm^A/^pAE^At-i  pp^iJA^^pAAAJi-^-'  p8piwxjX\jpqsA'A.a.ax.  ''^^Wp'j^p y^A^^P%Ap  Miners' Supplies  ^���������PH ' V: ''A' 'X^t A-  W^WMf'pA  A \\ .; .,.?' -^giy ���������'���������'      M    'tV    fi A   -^233  Tt- -yyy  ���������^%M:xt%SmWii'j\&  ������������������������������������  :&������������������ \K.. ,. y     - ;.A>1   -',.- .-,.- ������������������JL.-.^ISS  MWEM^^m  m-  t" i.f^% 'ip*% a -B'fr*A%^''(F%.pA���������''���������'���������''*���������'���������'���������   ;P;;-?y.?.?4'-4?-.������������������':������������������-A ??���������.,?  ? 1 {     fi fl '"''p'|%/B fi'���������  N3^-"^2*^       ���������on '.fi   i-i'ovvdeil,   street��������� would  iV^'.^y.'iB-V'B Liie I -T���������%*#'' ~P c-Wili-'.-i tithe ol'-'theiiitetest iiinii  n't;'  niK,-  ''sliiip'r'n-r^ that the prices: It.'S."WIL.yON'is (]tiot.in^'pii-Jti;a.dy.-iMiid*.*;  Cli.i'tbi'iiK .'tre.doing;    A ��������� "?'y: -��������� ;-'? ; 4'?  .'���������'������������������������������������, ,:; '.������������������,'.-.?'.y-',--"'".,-  ?--:. A;4  ie  Cas!  ,      \V.   M]?L!);:AM,  Bazaar  ^M'i?if.;A(!'z'; ?!'i- "[,'['''''t'Jn 1 t-V y. ... '  ui4-?a t;t������h:<'/!!-i;>!e g.-irinf-nf,  ,    '������������������ ? ���������'A  "' pp 3 ���������'  >it-,:vFN'y v'iov.-i pri-c;"-, .- ���������     ���������'",    ; ': ': ���������   ..?. .!'-..._-  ���������������������������������������������  ��������� .,p--p'p---:P'ppy\:ai  JY  ���������B  JAMES/GILL? & CO.  Manager,  .TAYL'1)-; El-OC  MAC.KE.WZIE AVE,  y/ATCHMAKER AND JEWEMER  Watches, Clocks  .        I'-i-paii-i-iK a .S'X-ciiUty.    '    ���������  C.JVa. Wotol. Ji.-ijx:' tor. i:pvt-l--tol;(;,,H.C,,  ll 0   iiU-buij-  ���������? Troat'Lake City

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