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 A \  ''JUl- 'A   1904     ������-!  'rl  READ BY   ;  5,500  Vol. 11.���������No. 14._  ../ f A  READ BY  5,500  fc'������1  REVELSTOKE.. B G^JULY 2, 19,04  $2.00 Per Year.  I 4  :7  i        t  I  vi!  Showing of  ���������uffluier  A'l  i-i  -.,ft  MOW is the lime to procure those good* needed"tor thcannroaching  N     Vnrni wither.     Our stock is noV como etc- ...id vve nre show r g    B  the finest i-angcof Ladies Die* Goods \Vnsh Muslin,   mouses,   lulot-  " made Costumes, Boots������nnd'Shoes, nnd Gents' Furnishings to he h.id  , i   "V in the city.      ' ..."  In Dress Goods  Canvas' Cioths, Flakes, ,Voillcs,' Sicilians,' Grenedines,' '  ' Vicuna Cloths, .are among the newest weaves   we. 'are t  , shewing.    Ranging in prices from 50c. per,yard up.  In jWash fibods  ��������� Our - stock. was, never" so' complete  in   Flaked^ Linen,- '  "'Voilles '.White and-Colored Vestings,  Zephyrs,, ^ancy ,  ���������'���������r -Stripe Muslin. Chambrays, andvCnvmms- 1 nnts/  ,   '/'; ' , Prices from rpcvpcr.yard up.^    ' ^ "!  - '��������� - Our ��������� Specialty.-in Ready-Make -.Clothing.y     _>  InMen's Furnishi  ' We'are'secoiid to' horie'in> up;to-date styles* and ^values  in -Suits.    Pants,'   Shirts,   Natural   Wool   and   Silked  ABalbriggan Underwear.    ' Hats and Caps.      '  ;���������    A''-   '      Prices within 'roach bt all. \  Die������iiiakiii������ Deiuumcn',-111" connection* with store in chtugo'oC  ;' ,    --,.-'        '      -     .'   Miss Wilson. "     .-.,,-- ^     *  THE WAR.  gs  ���������'Vtavlor 'BLobic! mckexzieVb. revelstoke.,.  Mail ���������  Order  Uept.  Hume & Co  ���������  Write  For  Samples  V  (  V-  v>  LIMITED.  ���������nUPAHTMENT    STORE  If you have'a vigorous growing boy put him in  '   -'        -AlOft BRAND " Clothing.   ,  The best we.u-"Rcsistiii������gar-  menU vve know of Youthful  ,u"k1' becoming . patterns . wc  h.ive the odd pint- too, made  wiih double sc.its and knees,  thc vve..ring kind  Neat Enough.  Our shoes 101 men women .md  dhiklren sue ne.it enough  for the must exacting, and  yet have the  Necessary Qualities.  We vvill be ple.t-ed 10  -how  vou them.  "We have .1 line of Ladic-'  Waists in plain lawn', poica!-,  piints and fancy imi-lin.  Reasonable goods. Jte.il nice  for every day. sec them, they  'aKK \VOUTIL ii-1.00. W'c  .tie SELLING   TII EM   TOR  Japs Capture-Rort ArthurForts,  , ���������The Big ', Battle Fought���������  Russians Defeated all Along  ,the,Line.   , "   ���������>  The , Chikwanshan, Chitanshan  and Sochoshan forts, southeast,  and'- part 'of the Port Arthur defenses, were captured on 'Sunday  after an all-day fight, beginning  with an'artineryJducl.' Sochoshan  was first, captured^ and ' the other  forts fell soon afterwards.  A Russian cruiser is on the rocks'  netir Liaotishan and /will be a  total loss.,       ,   -,  YV'eihaiwei, \June 20.���������Fighting  is continuous,   both   by   land and  P9&--   i ' ' .    "        A  -St. Petersburg, June 29.���������Gen-  ei-.il,Kutopiitk'iti wires'the Japanese  have crossed -thi'ee passes of F,en  Shui mountains and are' marching  in^trong force'to attack Hai Cheng.  He.repoits that the Russians have  been foiced to retreat. 1 r -" ^  . London, June 30���������The 'Tokyo  correspondent of the "Daily-'Tele- ners :���������  graph" 'says severe fighting took  place at'- Kai-Chau oil June 25th,  which resulted in" the capture - of  that place .on the morning'of June  26th: ?  ���������      '   ' .- l '-'  'Tokio, June 30th.���������Gen. Kur-  opatkin has been defeated all along  the line/' The defences of Port  Arthur have been/brought up to  the Very gates of .th*ef.? city. New-  chang is practically in Jthe hands  of the Japanese" and the. power *ofv  the Russians in. Manchuria t-is so  badly.shattered-that it cannot interfere with any plAn^the^Japanese^_  war co*iiiicii"niay-se'e*-flt'"to carry'  out for .the balance of the campaign.     ^ t ',    ^   _,     ; !\^,     ^   ���������  CITYCpUiNCIL.  Water Specifications^ Amended.  ���������Special. Meeting on  Thursday. (,  A number of communications were  ie.nl. .Considerable discussion aiose  ,1 to the Opera JIousp. and tne  opinion was expressed that the present exit vvas dangerous. v it v.'iis left,  vvitli the committee to deal with. The  fact of -Mi. Tapping nailing UP the  windows with vvne netting wasttiong-  Jv cominented on:      ''  the vv vri:i: i:x i-i:xsio.n  scneme occupied tiie attention of the  council, the whole matter being  thoroughly canvassed. < I ii'ieply to a  conimunicatioii from the C. P. R.  stating thej weie willing to .allow the  city the use of'their stieanis provided  the company have what water they  rcqlined it vvas moved by Altlerniiui  McCirter, seconded by Aldeiman  Field, atid-earned 'That   owing to  thc state of tho city finances., we cannot see our way to undei take imy  laiger vvatei works extension than the  bringing in of 13nclge Cieek and a  75 000 gallon rcscivon and new main,  and that the   council   would   like to  have', at an early date, 'a lease 'of the  proposed pipe line right of way and  reservoir site."  The specifications" for  construction  -were amended. > '  '   Court   of   Revision   was   iixed   for  Tuesday, 4Vugust 15th.  DOMINION DAY  Celebrated in^Great Style. -  it.  Yestciday saw the finest dominion,  'day celebrations in Xoith Kootenay.  nt Jlevelstoko(,tlic'principal uttntc-  tion was the race meeting which vvas  held oii Front Street and was an unqualified success.  -'   At Ariowliea'dAind '"Nakusp   theie  were sports. .      '   r  The  local  baseball ^tcain   went to  Kamloops, and "the kcrossc  team   to  Nelson.  t Trout/Lake'sent a football .team to  Hevelstoke ami Golden sent a baseball  ���������tea 111, accoiiip.111 ied',"by*Unclcr-Peter,  the-Golden Mascot in'striking costume. TheB.illcClubJ.had a. match  for Capt^Brovvn's medal. - As we have  to go to press early wc are able only  to give baic lesults.' _      t  In the'racesithe following were win-  ,    QTJABTER  SUM Di.SH.  J. B. Hull's b. g. Todd Sloan (Williams) l'; II. G. Gordon's b. g. Prince  (Conner)'2; E. Corson's srl.- g- Lark  (Owner) 3.,! ' '    *    '- .  '    I \>os\r u vox.  'Firstv heat���������A..M."Craig's Jloso-  bud .'(Ilookei) '1; ',J.,tMaly,'s Polly  (Wells) 2 ;F. XV. Brown's  Blucfirc  3.,  Second   heat���������A.' -AV."   Dickenson's  Little Ben (Hillier) I;  W.  Fleming's  Spider   (Williams)  2 ;  ,T.- Skinner's  (owner) 8.        "        t ',  P Final���������Bosebud 1; ' Little  Ben  2 ;  Spider 3A "  .     1 i<,  .    r .Tj.\nir.'������",n.vci:!< -     '.,,  "Mis"Taylbr'soKiiticT.'l;   Mis. *D.  Bobinson's Lark   2."     This   was   the  most popular   race   of   the- day   the  lady riders being cheeied to the echo. -  - ,  -       -  v~    , .- . . f ' ,  nvr.r jnr.c d.vsh. _-     '41   >  J ' R IIull's b. g. Todd Slo.mc (Williams) 1;' II. G. Gordon's b.' g. Prince  (Connci) 2. "  Dtii-ing thc races Supt.   Kilpatiick  and otheis oiganised foot races &c.  Today's i..ces aie being held on'  Second Stieet.  ii4\si:r>\i.i4.  Kaniloops'be.xt Hevelstoke by 7 to 4.  Hevelstoke. defeated Golden this  muming by 5 to 3.  I.VCKOsSI..  XcKof. beat Hevelstoke by 5 to 1.  i-oonui.r.  Hevelstoke beat Trout   Lake by   >3  goals to nil  '      ,     SIIOOI1.MI *  '     .  A Shooting match between mcnibois  of Rocky Mountain Rangers for a sil-  .vcr medal pi escnted by his, worship,  Mayor Biovvn, lCsiiltcd, afiei a keen  contest in'it being won by coipoial K.  Hanse, with a -coie of 104 out ol a  po-sible 132. .  . Flower Seeds, Vegetable Seeds; Grass Seed' ||  - Onion Sets.   All the best varieties.   ;    '' ^  Hoes,'Rakes,'Spades, Forks, Sprinklers,  Lawn Mowers, Scythes; etc. .- ���������  t i  McOlary's Famous Stoves, and Cooking   '   j  ,.    "Utensils. Stove Repairs.-' ���������  ''  Bope, Xailb. Chain, Iron, Steel, Cutlery, Rifles, Amniunitioii,   *  Fishing/r.icklc, Window Glass, Paints, Oils, etc   *    -  , BOftRM^BRQS.?:  Headquarters .for  Groceries, iHarness,   etc.  ������<     'A  - ,i>  Q-o-c>o<k>o^o;b-6<H>^  ^     REID & YOUNG  Big* .'Discbunt..  ���������Ladies'- Skirts, Blouses and,'Whitewear.  Strawberry Festival.  The annual sti.iwbeny lestiv.U of  the Ladies Aid ol the Methodist  chinch will be held on Thuisd.iy  alleinoon and evcningX.luly 7th), at  the p.u������on:ige grounds. Admission  10 cents.    Hand in attendance.  ,0  '5C'  50c,  "DRESS G,OODS\  yA'      *.:"     ':"      ������������������ "  ������������������Ar-Py A-1-;- -'*:; Reo-ula/^oc/nowV ' '^-'-;"S���������"  . - j,-2^'C  ^Regular 25c, 'now -  -    ' , -.  '..   ;       Reoular 7sc, now        - 'a  r  ; Regular $i..75, jiow- ��������� v c ��������� ,   -       $1.00  'MEN'S 'EFRNISHINGS^   :   < "  Fcur-in-hand Ties   at   251  Shirts at  60c.     Hard   Wearing*  Shirts,  , ' regular. $1.00, now 75c./  MEN'S SUrTS   -^ '  Good value at $15.00, now - $10.00  Men's"Flannel Suits, Men's] Summer  Coat-,,  Men's Flannel and Duck. Pants.,  J * ,  ^Neyligee -  BARGAINS!     BARGAINS!  '      ' ALL OVER.THE  STORE. ,    -'  6-0<KH^O^-C><>0-CK>0-(^^  ^  t   Mack's Headache Wafers   %  9  0.  0  0  0  0  Make Friends  0  0  0  0  %  fa  ������  fa  Who i> iiioi-e ������r.iti-ful than 11 1*1-011 i-iik-kly, lelieved of 11 g  ni-ive l.ifkini;. toiuiiim:. wfiik-pruvcnliiif,' headache .' The trial m  iifMiick-.sIleadiieheWafei-i-e.u.ugh to make vou tlieii staunch     0  fiiend. , 0  Getting nd of a headache i-  an  easy matter when you have     fa  iheni to depend on. /?1^  Vou not onlv u-e them youi-olf but lull ymn IiilmkU about ^  theni-an i-ikIIc- chain   tlmt   lm-  weated   for   tlio-u Jlendacbe 'X  rovvdei~a lin������csale     Lnou^b 101 nine headache-, 2-ic ^  Druggist and Stationer. Jm  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.  &{*������������&&������&&&&&&&������&&������������������&  Of Clothing,  Furnishings and Shoes  Begins.  -  Get in with the crowd and gel youi*  share of thc bargains. Watch uut  for our handbills and study the prices  we quote. They speak for themselves.  FIEST      STBEET  .-. > ���������-' THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  NEW BUILDINGS.  Several Good  Residences  Be-  .;. ing    Erected ��������� Substantial  Growth , and- , Progress   of  ���������    Revelstoke. y   <   '  * '.' '  The building and improvements that go on steadily in-lievelstoke are the best evidence _ of the  steady progress of the ciiy.        (- c  ���������- ���������' ',1. .ll'KKICO     -  is building a two-storey house on  Second s'ticet. ,Ald. Foote lias thc  'contiact.. The building is 2-1 by IS ft.,  with a kitchan.addition of 10 ft. by  14 ft.      On    the , ground   floor    are:  Tai-lor 1*2 ft. square, dining'room 12 ft.  - ' I i.  iiy.lS'ft., with   folding ^loor  between,  also'hall.     Oii   the   upper   floor are  three bedrooms and a bathroom.       , '  D.-.IACK.SON. .  '  of the  0."  P.'. ii.  shops,  is building a  house on Tliiul Street.   This contract  has ti No been let to A Id. Foote.     The  . house is two stoteys.   The main building is 20 ft. oy,20'ft.     The kitchen is  12 ft. by ICbft.,1' with   p:n try  as   vvell,  - and there is, a   su mm or   kitchen Jt addition of similar size.-* The parlor and  .'dir.'ing loom are each 12 ft. by- 13 'ft.,  the huilt8 ft.   by, 10   fi.,  and  sewing  room    SxlO ' ft.,   nil   on ' the ground  Vlloor. _,  *A   cellar, 12x10 ft.   has been  ' provided.    Upstairs are four bedrooms,  averaging  each   12x13 ft.,  and  bathroom 8x10 ft. to   be   fitted   with   enamelled bath and marble slabs.     Hot  Aand cold water vvill be Iiiid, on.     The  -facings   of   doois   and-windows look  >vcl������ -being   finished   fn   .Douglas fir  imported   by, Mr.   Foote   from     the  coast." ������     ,  ,H ii. va.miok.vi;  is building on Fourth Street a  house  which   is   unique   in   design,, quite,  ditlerent from anything in Eevelstoke.  an ! which, wlici) completed will make  one of.Ibe most   handsome -and com  fortablc homes   in    the   city. .   The  --.pl.-iiib   were ��������� prepared-,by 4VId. Foote  from the ideas of Airs .Yan'liorne, .who  lias ceitainly .succeeded -in -planning  a   home   which   will ' be a   model of  - neatness and convenience.     The contract was . let   to ' Aid.'"Foote..   The  building is of stone,  brick  and  wood  ..and covers  a   floor  space  ot 2-1x38 ft.  The first stoiey is of stone", with brick  door and   window   facings pointed   in  Portland cement. ���������    The upper stoiey  io built of woo'il [need   with   "shingles.  In front will be a verandah supported  on four pillars, 12 inches square, and  these,-in turn,   will   test   on   cement  bases.      Open    fiieplnces with handsome liron/.e legislci-   grates   aie pio-  vided foi the rooms anel these  vvill be  handsomely faced   with   tile   facings  and'heanhs.    The vvindoivs and doois'  are of special design which   will   have  ,    an attractive etl'ect.     The  front door  will be of   'ctoss   panneling,  opening  into an arched .hallway   with  alcove  -jesses for   setting   pot   plants  aiKJ i  flowers.  J" "patlour is 13x14 ft., the dining  room I3.Avl4ft.. the smoking room  10x14 ft." kitchen 10x12 fo.. bathroom  and pantry each GxS ft. The kitchen  and batin00111 will be fitted up in the  most modern style. - These rooms are  on the ground floor.  On the upper floor is a bedroom  12x10 ft. fitted on each side with,  wardrobes, one of which is 1G ft. long  and four feet wide. Another bedroom  is 12x14 ft, fitted with closet and  there are two other bedrooms each  11x14 ft. There is also a commodious  linen closet at the head of the stairway. tV cellar is provided 16x1 S ft  The masonry nnd stone work vvas  done by E. C. Fromey, who has made  an excellent job of it.  k. jicuaix  ' C. I'., K- engineer, has let to Aid.  Foote a contract for a two aiorey  house 011 Fifth Street and the building of which is well forward. The  design is unique, the plans having  been prepared by Mr. Foote. The  building i-1 2S.\3S ft. with ftonc basement fuil size oi house.     Thc (lining  - room, provided with bay .vindo-.v, i-j  llivl I ft., lho parlor 13-d-o ft. kitchen  KM! ft., and pantry 5vl2 ft., these  rooms being on the ground floor. On  the upper floor are thtee bedroom-;,  each 12x1 1 ft., a nd bathroom 7x9 ft.  The bathroom and la-'atory an- being  fitted up in the bejt style. Hot nnd  cold v.titer i- laid on. Tlie bl'iilding is  being finished throughout in Doughi"  fir imported by Mr. Foote from the  con-'t.  ,v   1. i.t;\ni:i,i,  is building a residence  for  him.-islf on  Fifth fttii-ct.     The   building  is 20 ft.  fi^l 11:11c" with two buy windows in Iront.  The piirloi nnd dining room arc   each  12 ft. squaie, the kitchen.is 17x10 ft/,  and pantry 0 ft. square, all on the  ground floor. ,On the upper floor are  three bedrooms, each' 11x10 ft., also  bathroom.' , ,     ���������  >  L. CAMl'KOX.  of the C. P. R., has let to Aid. Foote a  contract for a house on Fifth Street.  The building is two s,toreys, 22x30 ft.,  with kitchen addition pi 17x10 ft.  The house will, have a verandah'nt  both front and back. The parlor will  be 10x17 ft., the dining, room'13x10  ft., a bedroom 0x10'ft., hall, GxlO'ft.  The , kitchen ��������� will be 13x15 ft. and  pantry attached. The building is on  a stone basement, vvitli cellar the full  size'of the house. , Upstairs' vvill be  four bedrooms, each 13x14 ft., and  bathroom 6x10 ft. .The building wiil  be heated vvitli hot air: , It' will be  finished off in coast lumber.  ,   '  , ��������� V AT.n. rooTi;  intends building a house of, his own  on the ihalf block on Sixth Street  wliichheiinilK.il. Lewis purchased  Irom the Sinelter Tuwnsite. - , '  ' air. Foote'has also,,'the plans, in  hand for several other dwelling houses  to be built this season and.'which vvill  make handsome- additions, to the  res'idehtiaj part of the'city, lie also  has the contract1 for another 'large  house ,  1 , A 1:. ai.aiA  is.building a fine residence on'Fifth  Street for his owii use. The site is at  corner of Fifth, Street and Orton  Avenue. The building' is 20x2G*ft.,  with kitchen ,12x20 ft.', hi addition.  The building hnsd 'stone -'foundation  and cellarjull size, of ground space.  The'house Will contain nine' rooms.  The piirlor'will be 14x15 ft., "thc dining room 13x15 ft., the hall 8x12., and  ^these rooms with 'the pantry comprise the ground floor. ' On the upper  floor, are-four bedrooms; each 11 ft.  square and a bathroom nnd lavatory  fitted with the'inost up-to-iiate fittings  and equipment. The house will, bo  handsomely finished, having a tower  running., through ^ the two. storeys,  with a five-light'biiy window on each  flat, tlie tower extending some distance above the roof.' - A verandah  will extend from' the kitchen to the  tower and again;-to the opposite  corner on the front, thus giving 50 ft.  of veiandah. , -The . bouse.will-be  heated -with hot "water and eiectric  lightMuid on. A fancy -fence'will be  erected with -nowell "posts,, .rails  and bannister lending up  to  the-plat-  form." and walks will be laid out.  "'       c      1  13. 13. Adair has the contract for the  ���������alterations and additions to the  Queen's Hotel. These comprise a  renovation nnd a re-arrangement pi  the oldJibiiilding, and a new portion  covering a gi011.11 d space of 3Sx-12 ft.  and tinee storeys in height. The new  portion'comprises ten bedrooms and  bathroom on the firwt floor, ten bedrooms j,on second floor, and five rooms  ���������; the  ground   floor,   including   bar.  each 10x12 ft. and bathroom.  wits  1)1.NT  has   purchased   two   lots - on   Third  Street nnd intends building on  them.  ' o-rni;K uuii.is-ixiiR. '  Three brick blocks me projected o'n  McKens-ie Avenue, and one on Second  Street/'' ' {��������� '���������'    -   ���������  1 l  Arrangements nre being made by  different citizens for building about a  dozen other new houses, and several  residents are making additions and  improvements to tlieii; piesent homes,  one 'of the healthiest signs of a city.  The'Orahgemen r propose .to goon  with 'tl.e erection <pf, their hall on  First Street at tin early date.  Tin; i.AWKEXC'i: liAitnvv.uti; coju-axy  will build a two stoiey 'hardware store  on McRenzie Avenue. 'The building  vvill be of stone and brick, and will  have a frontage of 50 ft. The work  will be lot'as soon as- the plans 'have  been received fiom the' architects,  Messrs. Da I ton nnd Eveleigh  ' "n:i.f:i'iioxi: c"o'S'Oi'Tioi:s.       "f  W. Cowan pfoposes building  a  two  storey brick and   stone   building   on  Second Stieet, the upper floor of which  vvill   be   used     as ��������� a   telenlione  ex-  1 1   ft,     - *  change, nnd the, lower  floor to be let  for shops or warehouses.     The size of  the oiiildfiigwill'be 2Sx48 ft. '   A'  THE WAR,V  Another SeaA-FightARussians  LoseTws More Ships���������Five  Battalions of Russsians Routed���������Japanese Capture Guns  ���������Russian Warship Wrecked���������Russians Again Defeated  Tokio, June 25.���������Admiral Togo  reports that on June 23; his- pntiol  boat discovered the Uii-sian battleship PeresvietVind seven other vessels, accompanied by nine torpedo-  boat destroyers-, near the entrance  of Port Arthur 'lnCi-hor. The ' Admirals discovered the Russian fl^et  planned a dash southward by sundown. The Russians stopped out-,  side the'entrance to the harbor and  after nightfall'ii flectj of Japanese  torpedoboat destroyers 'attacked  the.Russian'shipV. sinking a battleship of the Peresviet type and dU-  iibled the battleship .Sevastopol,"a  cruiser of the'Diana type, which  vvas'observed being towed into harbor, it was evident she lKulsiistain-  'ed serious damage! The Japanese  torpedoboat destroyer Shirakunio  was hit by a shell which killed  three men. 'The Chidoii was hit,  hut no one was hurt. Two torpe-  doboats were slightly damaged.  ', Tokyo. June 2S:���������After six'liours'  of hot fighting on Monday General  Oku's army routed five battalions  Of Russian.infantry, supported   by  -ittinglrpom, pool  room,  office,  bag-1 two regiments ci, valrj'   and sixteen  crao-e'room and lavatorv. guns.   The Russians fled   iii elisor-  H. J. Boiirti? lm= let t6? E. Adair a. der.leaving tlie!!'guns, which were  cnptlired by the Japanese,  London, June 5S.���������A despatch  to the Central New,- from Tokyo  says another '. Russian battleship  has been' discovered stranded , off  Tiger Rock. It is suppo-ed she  was wrecked while running to Port  naval  en-  contrapt for Inoving the house Oh  McKenzieJAveiiue, now occupied hy  G.S. FHndt? to a new -ite on Fifth  Street. A stone basement has been  put in on which 10 place the building.  C. H. FXYhEI!  is building   another, hou.-e on  Third ;  Street.    The building is 22x27 ft. with |  kitchen addition 14x17 it., and  cellar | Arthur after tl.e recent ,  full  sue  of   building.     The   dining | gagement.  room   is  1-lxJli ft.,  parlor   MvlS  ft.'    Tokio. June 2.S.���������An   unconlirm-  hall. and pantry 7.\S ft. all on ground [ ed report has    bi-cn ' received   from  floor.     On   the upper  floor  are four [ the J.-lam! of Kokkoido that  ships  bedroom.-, two of which nre 10x12  ft., j resembling the   Uiis-.-iau   Vladivps-  and the other two 12x15 ft. and  9.\H-ji0k   rqiiaclron   had    appeared' off  ft. respectively, biithroom 7xS ft.,  and | t()ere on jim,. 27.     Similar report-  hall'xlSft.     The   building   will ������'������' hsiv<> bten received  from the plac^  heated by hot air.      Tt   is   on  de=igt. | n,        th��������� norl,,eni ^a-l of Jftpan.  orenarediby   Mr, McCartliv to whom 1 .      , .  1     ��������� ' J - ; 1 he n.ivv oilier-doe- not   give  crc-  the contract wa- let. <.   ��������� ,  -.r     -.r r   .1     1        1     i.,.i. f..-,   < enee 10 tti"-e report-.  Jfr.   McCarthy   has al.-j  built two,       ^ ',  ho.ues for Italians, each   building b<-i     Tokyo.   Jim<  ing I0.\2-I   ft,   and   one  and   .1   half, fi;;'1*   wlllrl1   ln  storey in height. .tlie   Ttiku   Sbai.  y. jrrux  has let to l������. McCarthy a contract  sermon 'to   an   appreciative   congregation. L    1        ,  Miss Kirk, daughter _ of H. Kirk of  the Big Bend Lumber Co., has arrived  from the east.  1 ,  On Thursday week the children of  the public''school had a picnic atVthe  creek about a mile and 'a.half from  town,'going down in Mr. Farmer's  gasoline launch. ,Thcy returned home  about 0.30,'having had a most enjoyable time.        ' 1    - ' '   ', '  XV.' .1. Lightbourne is'making an  addition to the Union Hotel at Arrowhead.' The size is 18 ft.'by 28 ft.' The  ground floor will' be . used, for storeroom and cellar, and the upper floor  for bedrooms. The ��������� Union Hotel is  being so largely patronised the proprietor has" had'to give up his own  rooms for the "public accommodation  and on Sunday over 40 people sat  down to dinner there. *     ,1  LEARN  SHORTHAND   AT HOME  ���������  by correspondence.   10 weekly lessons  vvill 'make you perfect.     r  ��������� .  OBTAIN   1IJG1IKR "SALARY  ' Shoitliaiid isnowadnys inilispensiblp  to   everybody. .    Utilize   spare   time.  Very'moderate fee.     We prociiie positions     "Write for free booklet., 1.'  I 1 > 1  Ckxtrai, Coiuii;si'()Nni:xci; Coi.i.i:ce. '  \ 1  ���������    2115.'"Temple Chambers,'  '   '-''Temple Avenue, London, K.C.  W m'. F1 em in g,  ��������� - "Whole-nlc unil' Hetail '  Meatt Merchant,  Fish   cind \Gamc   in J Season,  , First St.'; .Revelstoke. *  h. b: ST0NEX, .....  MACHINIST'? A'ND, GUNSMITH  Oiiim-iti'.OeiitVal Hotel, llovohtokc.  L.iilu- .tiiirGfiitfi.il M.ii-li'ine  Wmk  i,   Pi i.iii|ii 1\-     l-Ixecilted. '  . Wing Chung's newly .imported ..st'oclc   of- Chinese  *and Japanese goods.  The best assortment. ever���������  landed   in   Revelstoke   of  useful     and',    ornamental  articles::  Tea ���������scrvico-'  1-I.Ui-,  H,i-k.;t-  Ciuil' Chairs  H.iiKlkorcli.cfi  Flower Pots  Umbrella Stands  Lunch liaskelh  SinokiiiK Jackets  Silk Goods.  <   GOLD FISH  Finest stock of candies and fruit in lovvn.  Front Street,  Revelstoke  ������MMW  J Standaro lO.ncdy for Gleet,  *    Gonorrhoea and Runnings  Iuirw 1  IN 4S HOURS.   Cares Kid- II"1D'-,  ne> and Bladder Troubles-  N0W IN ITS 39th YEAR  The Iuiulinij ininini; periodical of the  world, t.itli the strongest etlilon.d sti.fT of  in.)' ttichnic.'d tmhlicntioii.  Siiliscriplion   S.i.Oll   :u>e-ir   (including  V. S., Cm idi.ip, .Mt.\.ic.ui post.itie.)  S imph: copy frm.'. Send for Hook Catalogue.  THfi Engineering and Mining Journal  2������l Broadway, New York  ".Maker's Valuation"  i - '  *    '/  ,'7- 4. ,  )  1 ' 1 - 'l  Common khoes;  are  "priced   by ^ ,,  the, dealer , who ,     ,  charges what he  1 thinks he can get. '' "Slater ',:   -  Shoesf,f'are price branded on .  the soles-by the makers who,  know, the wear value of, each   .  .pair of the Goodyear,Welted\    ?  4  G. BHUME & C0, Ltd;  ,    ,       RBVELSTPKE,     /->   -       B;  O. v  Patients will ,hear of something  ���������to their advantage, by writing.  V to the Diabetic * Institute, St.  Dun stah's Hill. London, *E?C. ������ .  NOTHING  tOPAY.  J)  ^^^^^^fi^^^^^^^^x^m^^^^^s^^!^^^  THE RICHEST1 IN CREAM,  -*       \ "   ,    '   '       "    *-V      -   V   "A  r  sues  30 million tins sold in Great .Britain in 1!)03. -   '  ~      "   Full si/c l-lli. tins 20c. cucli.        ��������� , ,     "  The Leeming Miles Co., Limited., ���������&&������! -  T.L CIGARS    '  1                                                      '                                                    "T  The hit that ci-ovvncd Mike Casey's name  "                       That, scot-eil the inn that fciiveil the ganio  "Ranks fui' bencaih tliis HIT of fame  The hit of the Famous T. J.. Cicak  -     -         .              As good as a homer  With three men on bases  2- ���������Atti'i   ii   hot  ti-d   for   -ix   lionr-  ���������livi-i'tii   nf   the  , .J,tji,iii(--.* ,'irniv (oitijiii-i'-lv (lc|('.it('d  '<"   five h.itt.iii'Mi- "f llu���������'.ui irit.itiit v,  DOMINION WIRE ROPE CO., Ltd., Montreal  JMriiuifricuircrs   of   Lung's  Underground   Haulage   and   Colliery  Wire*" Rooe.     J Hoisting.  Minin������"  and   Galvanized   Wire   Rope.  Rope.  loistmg,  a lion.-e on Second ^tr(���������(*l *J*2v"27 ft  with kitchen udditioi- of !lcl7 ft  The hou-o vvill consi.-t of two <ttnr<-y- -  with pallor MxIS ft., dii-iiif,' room >  14xHi ft., hall and p.tntry, .ill on ti.r-  ground floor. On the upp-'i llnot will,  he four bedroom-i .md i.;it!ii'(������mi "\^  ft. Two of the liedrnoiii- will h< I'i. I"2  ft. each, one l*i\l.r) ft. nnd one '-'aM ft  Ml!.  M VCIiOVAM). |  of Macdi-niiid nnd Montcitli i- li.iwiiji.  the ii[)i)(-i" poitiiin of tli<- ���������ji'iie C'.ii-  vcrtcd inlo a ri'sulciicc, with hitpcimd  hiind-oiiii- rooms. The work ij h(-iii),'  done hy I). JlcCm thy. The piirloi is  10x18 ft. tho (linini- room 10x1*2 ft.,  the kitchen'l:2\-10 ft.,   font   hciliouiiis  j whicli im- -ijji{.'>rt''il li  merit- iti i a v.i ,rv -iii'i ���������  n ltd oc( iij.icd Fi'ii *~hiu  [!tl--l,iti-    I'.toiii".    t"(-ii  T.i}i.iii( -i-     -��������� .i-ti.ilti'���������  \      '. '.V ">    |I"JI-  ixtci-n "i.i.-.  f.' i,j:     Tiii'  hack.      The  !i^i.'r('?.!t"'l  Representatives, Cunliffc &' McMillan,       - '    -  Stock ca.rried in.Rossland.  Rossland, B. Ci.  BBM  illn.ttt   H/ll kii.C'l   iitld   HOIll.llcil.  ARROWHEAD.  IT  IS  IMPORTANT  thut th������ w������lliol������rw.iniihoiilill������frt)otolir������lb������iOlliattlielinpriioMdlnni������te������ni������yaoio. Dr.DoWoIfo,I������t������C3omniIiilonerofHe������Ithforthe01tyof Chlc������go  r.i.rii- -Tii'- On i,m*ta of ������lr (.liroiiuh tin walLi ot lirlnif-rooms la anlmportantelemcntin proper Tentilitlon. Thopractico of r������-papennc rooms uy layer upon  l������y������r i,l ir������l! imii-r iiin.In uilhculro by el������-i or iiaslo, lrlilch addi a dasompounf material to th������ najty proOfM, can recette nothins Imt conilemnatlon from oanl.  Url.ii.    '1 li������ |,������if������ i wall fur dimiMllc babltallon U of material which remain decomposition in erery form, and whioh permits tho paaaage of air.   Paper doos  OOtlllpply 11.0*1. CUIHlillOIIB.  CHURCH'S  I'r.i t    'iir i....it f   ,'i  Tin1   -i li'nii    i if-'-d  V,K'.lt IOII   'III   'I  till' Jllll V ,  I.ii-it vv ( k l!( v   Mi   ,  ��������� ,,,.,.I,.,'  f..i      -niiinii'i  tl i  2'iln  i-.lh,   'if   Tiniil  I  1,11 k"    In Id  (Itv im   -I -V !('<��������� Ill tl.C -' lldlil- i  room   and   dcliviul   a   nn.-l    l"..11��������� 1111��������� - I  The AUBASTiNE CO., Limited, PARIS, OHT. /ft  i)  / I  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  i J.  SAMSON   "  : Painted Paperhangep;1 Signwriter  "   KALSO.UINING   DONE. A  Orders rec-ive pi-nnipt attention. ,  Second street, ,     ,-    'REVELSTOKE  HENRY'S NURSERIES  ''3010 Westuiinstei   Ro'.id.    ,  Thousands of-Fruit and  Ornamental Trees!  ' Rhododendrons, Roses,'  ' Greenhouse and Hardy Plants:.      o  ������  ,' Home-Grottu ami Imported  r ��������� Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  For Spring Planting.  i " c. '  Z Eastern price* or less.    '.White labor.  KUflTZ & GO'S CieARS  The Best on ''tha Market.  KURTZ'S own t, -.  KURTZ'S PIONEER    .   '' ���������  KURTZ'S SPANISH BLOSSOM  are Brands that can't be beaten. ���������  ,MADE BY UNION LABOR'.   *  ,    .', - tt  *U<* ,*������-*-*��������� -  .FERTILIZERS.  Bee, Hives and- Supplies!  , Cut Flowers und Designs. '  ;  Catalogue fi cp.      ' '' .,  : M. J. HENRY,  Vancouver, B. O.  WOOD YARD  1 have started a permanent Wood  "Yard 'on Third street. With my past  -experience I hope tri'Jie in-'a;*position  ?to satisfy all ivqiiiienu-nt- of custom,  ������������������ei's. 'Mill and cm-dwood supplied, in  .'any lengths .it reduced prices for c-.ish-  R. SAMSON.    -  *    -       -   .      p-      ~  W. A. McDonald  rLASTERER'-Jt  IJRTCKLAYER -.  REVELSTOKE'    < '   '   *  'The only first-class plasteier in,town.  .Let ine know  your'requiiemeiits.  .A  -Carload oM.inie'iiist imported.', A Carload u' '.thick under order.  A' CONPIDKNTIAI.   CHAT.  ''It'- peifecl non-.-iise, Hi'Ssif i'or vou to  ' -.ilk* of Ijimur; laid cm tin- shelf ,Wliy. u'.i".  depends on youi self 1'orjret join worries,^  jour aches nnd iiiliuents ; ilo'.-i-'Lclki, take'  plenty of out-of door an, eulihale'hnppi  ness "by not allowing your- mind to' dwell  ou the trifles and the.worries of life. '.  ,sent fifty one-cent'- stamps to Dr 'R. V.  Pierce, of HuflT.ilo, N V'., for his ".Common  Sense Medical Adviset,'' .nid.fauiicl it cim-  taiued'iuuch useful-information about the  care, of my health, about plirstolufrv, an.it-  ouij', and everything a woman should ki.ow.  I then decided loimtcjUi. Pierce and tell  him all about my ailments I received  Vuch a nice, carefully considered aud confidential letter, in,reply, Riving uie sid vice  about my diet, c\eicise and "all. This  advice is free toeveijone and I wondoi you  don't write him at once. It didn't take ine  many months to'reir.un mjrKood, looks.  Ever .since I vvas 'filteen I have buffered  untold airo'nic'siperiiidic.illy but now I am  free fiom pain, vvoiry and bad temper. -Occasionally I took , Dr.' Pierce'.s Pleasant  Pellets���������this for the complexion, and to  stimulate-the liver. Then ,1 took Dr.  Pierce's Favorite Prescription three times  a day for those womanly _we.-iknes.ses  I tolil you about. * That's 'my secret of  beauty It's the easiest tiling in the world  to be" happy and keep one's good slooks.  Look at the. thousands of women who have  been made'well by Dr. Pierce's Favorite  Prescription ; look how they keep their  (rood looks. Dr. Pierce ofTers $500 reward  for any case of Lcucorrhea, Female Weakness, Prolapsus, or Falling of Womb which  he cannot cure. All he asks is'a fair and  ro.'-onable trial of i������-s mea������������* ef cure."     a '  WATEROUS   ENGINE   WORKS.  . .        , i      ,' *  1 o ,      f '  ,,  These I.trjro'eimiiieering 'vv. rks supplied most of the plant for the new  niills'of the Arrowhead Lumber Company, Big ' Bend Lumber Comp.iii'y,'  Revelstoke Lumber Company, Okanagan Lumber Company; and^he East  Kootenay .Lumber Company's big  mill at.Wnrdner.   ' ' '    '.  These engineering works are represented in British Columbia by PH., B.  Giltnou'r,'of Vancouver, who, has the  reputation of being one of thc smartest business men in the province.-.  is all that could, be- desired, beating  American leaf.in several respects, and  all Unit i.s required to make it a favorite with ciliar maiiufacturers'and con-  suineis is an improved system of  cur-  < ... .       ,  ing. ., ���������      .  INDUSTRIAL NOTES.  E. Schuntcr   has   lioi-n - appointed  1 , i.   1 .  foreman ,of the Revelstoke Lumber  Company Vcamp in the Big "Bend in  succession to II. Donnelly. ;-  Messrs' Sawyer'Bros', sash'and door  factory is full of orders at-present.,    . ���������  Regarding' the revival of tobacco  growing at Kelovvna, II. A. Brown, 0?  the Union Cigar Factory, exptcsses  .the opinion that'the leaf grown   there  INSURANCE.  British insuiahce companies  threaten,to vvithihavv from Canadian  cities unless better provision,is made  for lighting flies. '. /   ",'', - ' '"  FARM AND ORCHARD.  , Maxwell Smith,. Federal inspector  under the Fruit iMarks Act, is endeavoring to reach the growers through  retailers vvitlVa view,, to securing reforms in packing'of strawberries. He  maintains strawberries'should be boxed in gardens on exactly the same principle that cherries-are packed; vvitli  all stems out of sight and arranged in  layers so the consumer gets the package in good shape, inviting appearance,  and fully up to standard weight.  35,000 fruit trees   have been set out  in South Kootenay.      '       "���������'    - .  ST.-EUGENE.  Rich Strike of Orei  A-Speci.il to the News reports the  most important discovery made in  Moyie'sir.cc the St. Eugene was fust  located. It consists of an oie body,  fourteen feet wide carrying higher  silver values than anything yet struck  It was encountered .in' making upiise  from the lowest tunnel on the St. Eugene, at a point 1000 feet from ,the  portal, and at vertical depth ot 1000  feet. *     1   ' ���������  ^ 9  S  "%  1 i  s  Retail by. all Grocers. h Wholesale by *  R.P.Rithet&Co.>Ltd.  DBIK"K  PERFECTION. COCOA  It is1 absolutely pure  COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE ICINGS,  CREAM BARS, ETC, ARE VERV CHOICEST QUALITY  The COWAN CO., Limited, Toronto  q.-0-0<>-CK>0'0-<><><>-0^-<>0^  THE LATEST AND GREATEST,  BREAKFAST FOOD  Beats them all.   Requires no Cooking. X  All ready to eat. ��������� ������  5-<XH><><>o-<H>-ob<k>-<^^  'owoer  MANUFACTURES OF  HIGH EXPLOSIVES  Blasting, Mining, Stumping and Sporting Powders  Di-iilei- in li lee-trie Hla-tiim  Apparatus. Safety I"'"*", DotoniUoi.-. etc.  (hdi-i- lille.l pioiii]itly and c.ucfiillv.  Sole Manufacturers of Nobel's Gelignite.  lEST^ZBIILISIHIIEJID   1894^  ��������� VCi   *.->    -TUvA.***  ���������    9  Mail  Subscription,' $2.00 Per Year -  ", I LUMBERING.  - G.- McCormiok, M. P. for 'Muskb-  kn, and one of tho"liest known.lumbermen, of Ontario,' has become  heavily interested''in lumbering in  this   province. .    Associated   ,with  Messrs McLeod,   M.   P.   for   North  i'i L i  Ojitari-j and '.J. Taylor, of . Revelstoke, Mr. McCo'rmick., originally  took up'the timber   limits'on "Ar-  '"ublistieii Weekly on Saturday by  The Kootenay Mail Publishing" Co., Ltd.  rmters  lis  Dealers in  Printing and Wrapping Papers  ���������i  and Paper Bags  Loose  Leaf Account and  Duplic-ue  Counter Check Systems  Agents for Tens;well and Opalla  Patented   Loose  Leal   Files,  Ledyers and   llilliny  Systems  Phone No. 13  P. 0. Box No. 70  G. Mct'OTt.VirCK, .\f. P  Of OK.in,i���������'.iii .un! K.nnlooii- Lumber  Cninp.iitiu:.  row Ij.tkn- now owned by' the Arrowhead Liiniiii'i- Cnn)[iany, and  vv.is one nf tlie. mvriini/.ers "t that  i-oinji.inv. .In coiiiiinctini"! with  Mr. Tsiyloi -lie al-o, ncquired from  H. C. Sniiih. iii Vi'inon, the linder-  by mwmills with lhe extensive  timber herthb held b\ Mr. Kmith  on tholSp.ilhiint'hcC'i. .ind iit Mabel  Lake, aiid oigani/cd tlie Okanagan  lAinihur Conipany in company  witl: Mi-si-- T.iv lor, IJale, Fowler,  M. P., \V. Irwin and .W. It. liuattie  ni.in.'igoi ot tlie Arrowhead iJutn-  ber Coinpaiiy. Mr. McCormick ib  president of that company. IJe  h.i"-itlfO taken ��������� an active part in  organising lhe Kamloops 'Lumber  (Joinpaiiy, which hougl.t out Messrs  Shield-- and Ivyim's- Iimi 1-3 in Spal-  lunichecn, on Sic.imou.- Lake,  Norih Thoni'-iin, and Adams Lake  country. Mc. McConnick intend?  inakins; bib home at Kainloops uncl  will move his family there from  Orillia, Out., where they have .-o  long resided.  The coinpaniob organi.-t-d by Mr.  Ttiylor aie rapidly forging ah end.  A splendid, new plant ha.- been put  in at lOndeibv and the Kamloops  mill vvill he .-imilarly lilted up so  that lho output of iher-e two mill.-.  will be i.hmit 120,000 to 150.000 ft.  <i day.  Mr. McCormick i- tt conscivative  in Dominion politics in which he  t.ike^   an   active   interest  and   Iku  lopiu'-cnU'd Mu-kokiiat Ottawa.  .    A c.ipit.ilUt pist loiuined fimn  Luiidoii s.tjs the (irand Trunk I'licilie  Im-. decided to take over the (..iiisuii.in  Nui theni r.iibv.iv.  GREAT  DEMONSTRATION  Sir Wilfred Laurier Amid Cheers  Replies to Conservatives���������  In Noble Words He.Condemns  Their Appeals to Race and  Religious Prejudice.   , A  There was  the  greatest 'clemon'-  i ..   ,  strntion ever seen in.the   House of  Common's   on  Saturday,  morning  '���������hen Sir   Wilfred   Laurier  closed  / t i  his speech on theDundonald affair.   >  ''The speakers were Colonel Hugh- '  es, Dr. Russell, Mr. Pope,' Sir Wil- <  fred Laui-ier,f Mr'. Casgniin,and Mr.  Ingram.     f ���������' ���������  1 The    House   'divided    on    tho  aniendment censuring     Hon.   Mr.  Fisher for his interference in   uiili-'  tin, affairs.,    The  amendment,  vvas <  lost, 42 voting for and S-l against, a-  majority of 42 for the 'Government.  ���������- > ti i ���������  ��������� Mr.-Fisheivdid not vote.  The other day, when the  matter  was briefly discussed,''Sir Wilfred '  had referied   to   Lord  Dtuidonaid  as a " foreigner." ��������� Since   then   the   '  Conservatives   have  been   making  great capital out of the fact.  'After agreeing with  all'that bad  been said'about. Lord   Dunclonald  as a soldier, and dealing   with   the  dismissal ' which   the - general- had  forced on the Government, theTre-  mier this morning took occasion to .  refer'to his use of_ the  word   "foreigner."'   -He saicL" that- when 'the*;  word'slipped from him',   mstead of  another which he'substituted'for it,  ,                                     '  r-T       *  '    '^^'^z:  % ��������� A  1    ' ���������*���������������������' --���������  '     'Vfl^^^^*   '''���������&*  ''   &;   ,   /  -  r^c^;  r^-AA '������������������  ?m  rgmi  1//^=^- ,W'---'^--  %VsV  Ww  -'*,,.l*gs'.-  ^-.\T'  ^?   *  SIR wrLntlD.LAl'ItlEH.,  he had it taken   back, before  any  one could vnteiupt.    But that   privilege which wns.extended   in   the  Hou-e eveiy day wa=' being denied  hint.'    Dining his whole public life  he never applied ."in   offensive term  to any one, and if hi.- sixty  year������'  lovalty and   ,-rlherence   lo   Lritish  -  insiitutions was not an answer   lo  those    who    mi'-iepresen'ted   liim,   '  then no an-wer would suflice.    But  he knew it would be   used   against  him tomorrow and again. "     r  Dr. Sproule���������hear, hear!  Sir Wilfrid  Laurier-1-Ve-,   there  is an echo.     L am familiar to these  appeals to passion   and   prejudice.  'Fiienda  of   the honorable gentleman  in   Quebec  denounce me  in.  Quebec as a tiaitor to my iace and   "  religion,  but  I  fear1 not  the  one  moie than I do  the   other.    rJberC  appeals produce nothing  but contempt in the heart? and   rnind*   of  intelligent and lionet people.        <-    -  When the Premier took his seat  the Liberal members stood up and  waved their hats and handkerchiefs and cheered i������'i- about a  minute. The o!de-*t member in  the House bad never uitn".-sed  .such a demonstration.  DAILY MAIL  To  Lardeau    and  Points.  Southern  Sir Williiini Mullock, I'ostin.ister-  fleueriil, i-^ued instructions for :i d.iily  mail ������i':\ice for Coniiipliv. Bc.iion,  C.unboi ne and other h.iidciu ivont-,  ftoni .July 1-t. I'hi- will prove a i;ie.it  convenieiice. The people .ire indebt-  td to XV. A Gulliher. M. I', for the  pr-i.-i-tciit tn.'iii'H-r in which h- h.is  ri-prcsented the .lequireinent- ui tho  people i:- thi- ie-|iect and vvi- congr.vt;  u In to him ou thi- ������������������ucce-'! which li.i->  uttended his < il.n t-s.  4 --   '-', r,     ���������  ' < O  ..L^ TEE KOOTENAY MAIL  *������be 1Kootena\> iflfeail  PUBL.1SHKI'  S4VTUUDAY...  ���������AT-       ,  4.        '  REVELSTOKE. B.C.,  aDVFKTISING     KA'i'KS    on     application  ' A   ChanC'e-fin. standing "^ voi UsMno..U������{Ubt  IfUUJ       "I       V41-W.-       ,.---  secure good di-nlay.   StundinB advortis.ijB  mutter will bechance  ou),  cMifi   uliuiife  SubscrlpUon,PrlcoAs2.(,o'Por   Annum should' have'  fifcr  ' consideratibr.  sunsonpc     , f .^ !iHd  btream8  well, stocked  with trout form one"of tlie.- best/attractions, for' tourists *afid .holiday  seekers.'and'that is*; a traffic" the  province shoillcl strive'to 'promote.  The grand scenery of British, Columbia can bring >s ^mu'ch'' business to the'province as can the industries and agriculUiralfres6urces,  and;one way to help tli'at'move-  'tnent is to provide first-class fish-  fi There is a hatchery at Kault  '// '  '**  1' *  "'/it'  A *.  iy.     OUlli.iiHH  ..���������������.������.-��������� --:o  iiL-eil twice a 111011111'������ltli-  ou|    G,W   uniuife      l'"or  !������������t0.,1t'������?.l,1"i  altc-ia-Jon='Uie time occupied  111 igt  1 Same * ill be chawed at usual  ate*. Casual  .  ,    adverti-niff will be icceived up to IU a. 11.  ' on S.iimdays.  -i-    ,    ji   lt , 4 ',    "'  AOB HKINT1NG inoniptly executed at reason-  <    ' able i-iite-. ��������������� "     .1 1-  ,.    '.      ,  TKRMS-Cn-li- jrSulise'i'iptloiis tillable in aii-  Mince.'    </      "'1 1 '  ' roilRF-il'O.VOKNCIO invited, on,matters ot  ,? pubhe 11 leiest.   Coi.inin.i.caUoi.!, lo Kdi-  "    tc ���������   must  be' accompanied   by   name   or  ' P. iti"not neco-m-ily Tor pubiiont 1011. but  r     ^evidence olKooiifn.il.-   Coi-.cspo.iile.ice  should be liilef.uiiil must u-iicli tlie otllct  j' bv Wednei^diiy evening.  ,    Addre&s       ��������� 1    ,,'    a'  ' A    Thk ICootisna-y M.s.ic., K  ", Phoiii- No. 13.'t '^Revelstoke, B.C. ,  ' We request our numerous readers to  " " -  favor us with their assistance In  '-    making-the KOOTENAY MAIL the  ��������� most valuable  advertising medl-  r     'urn  'in' 'the , Kootenays by giving  '   the preference; when making pur-  .. ;     chases   to , those firms  who   are  t, ,       ' regular advertisers in the KOOi-  ''   ',      ENAY MAILl V.'  '-'' -   -   ('CJTV'4VGKiN'TS. " '    'if  I    ' Cop&s of'"TUB 'J'-vu-' '"������>' V������ oW'"I,c(1 C,0,,n  the following city agents.:   [r      , ���������   ���������   ,,  " \' BEVi:i-sroi<ii-OAXAUA'lJiiU(i & Hook Co.   r  .   . >,   >    ''    j; w*. jiB.vNKTi-. y   . <  V -   - * +',   '- AunwA ,-     ���������".'������������������  ���������-f^>       1- 1     1 J. A. liUtlKllAM.     _ 1  ��������� " r Nak Jsi'-jVs. JloiusON*.- '- ' "-   ti   1     ,  -  <: 'Kamiooi'ASmith Buos.        * n,,.  -1-   AK.MS'lHOSC.-ir.IW01.Kl-.NDi:N. __'   ',       .  Vancoi3\-i"i4-Gai.i.ovvay & Comi-anv.   _4   :  o-iVvh.'Tvr-  TTfV STREAMS'       elected for Selkirk Lodge-for  ensuing  STOCKING   JUL blKLAMS. N.G., H. G. Gough; V.'G.,' W.  While other interests' are pressed ^ Foster. Treas., A. B. Kincaid; Sec,  fonvardAhe sporting interests ofl LMathie; - ^ ^ ^ , ^^  'the"province are neglected.'   'These j (, i,. o. A    ���������'  The members of the jLoyul Orange  Association vvill parade aiid' march to  St. Andrew's church on Sunday even-'  ingi July lOtlAor the annual' w-or-  'ship and'' sermon. /The , subject ot  discoursAvviU ' be "The. Orange As;  sbcintion, What 'it is "and what it,is  not'." . Special music is in preparation.  ..The service promises to he deeply interesting. All''true friends of "Light  ,111 I Liberty" are invited.'    .      _'    ,  dibcovery caused 11 great sensation and  the whole mountain was soon staked,  off. After working the outcrops. for  sometime, however, it'was found that  they'were not in place, and itJis believed the new discovery is on the per-  ni.nent orebody.      '    '     A "'        A  BEATON.  K. 0. 1-  {'Members of Gold llnnge ('T4odge  arc'  ing.-" iinei-u is u ii������������.rJ   ������������ -_-   invited to -attend 'installation   Wed-  ft-om'which scores of thousands of ,-iesduy' evening,.after which'- a socia  young trout should be, distributed wju heboid. , ' -^ A ' . , ��������� '  yearly   anions  'the    streams  and ~ "     "~       ~  '.     A  '1>   hi.  -'   '    ���������'   J4ONDOS IENGL.AND) AGENCY.  "   Our Kiislish ollicen, aie al M l'"!eel. sli;ect,, Lon-  ., local paper. ,       , A       .   '1      '  J'   -P  &J. I1AKDV & CO. A   f-  "Ij UOJIK .VXD COLOSI4VL  1 ADVKUTISING. PRESS 4VND>   '   J    among,  lakes^o! Yale and1 Kootonay.Jf' It is  un,to the ' peop'le' of. the", different  eJn'trcs who,, take; aiiY, inlere.4 % in  'tlin't kind of'thing to,-'push the  jndvement ii'long. V   -'':      ^ , ' 'f  ^   ,  ; fAKUP. ?a;  1 ji   .      n' i*-r if  y- . .jj  _    '  ���������������������������,,      From our own Correspondent.       ' i  ->  ''tp". S.'Kootenay will leave, today pi  toiuoi-row to*take' her 'run. - All the  shiiV carpenters;-left 'yesterday^ fort  Nelsoii.4-A   , '. *'  ** A '',; <     '  -The weather is again-,warm "and'tho  ,hike riaiiig^ V ,'   '���������'  ]    :A    ��������� 1   ' ���������.  JA daughter was born   ,to Mrs. Louis  I-.vrenJ: on Bimdiiy. hy    - 4-V ' ���������     '-  X " Weirther pei niitting'Dcniihion Day  vvill be,loyally celebrated.       '       '^^'  June ^AAi^^A���������JL- t   A J '  GRIP AND PASSWORD.'-'  'SO Fleet Street,")  , London, Hngi.and.  "'   'f Paid a High Price, t,   ,  but was pleased -with the result  ^ 1      ( *   (i*  ��������� ~���������      V u     '*���������.   i  ' In  February"last I purchased a'Nev>  Scale  Williams  Piano  which has g-iven  perfect.satisfaction" in every particular.  The tone, touch,' repetition and^singing,  qualities-are  pleasing in-every, respect,  and although the^rice paid was in exces-  bf many makes,,I am  confident  that, I  have'made a  wise "choice,   and wouU.  cheerfully   recommend   it .to   intendinS  "purchasers,   believing  it to be  equalled,  by fewrand excelled by none.    ' QT'    n  Kingston,        ''Col. Thos. ClVSe,   v  -  .Nov._26th 1^03.    Reeve of Ernestown"  -The Williams" New Scale satisfies th.-  most exacting-.       " '  - ��������� "       !     "  J  "_Piahos,kcpt in  stock'by Hevelstoke  insurance Agency*Limited."  r        *..     -   '        t       v.  -THE MINES,  ,       . 1       j  ,J <!   1 1 <���������'  i- *' * u ���������    'P      P     '.' "  ,M.' Kerlin.has bonded ,the  iMncscob  o'nKuth"Mountain or !)i20^000.    ���������  PA  A*, company' has been'organised at  , -.    4   ^ -1      4      r  .  ,  tFroni Our Own Correspondent.   >   -' '  ������Fred' rPortci's. new   i'esi<lenec_ vvill  soonAio'-complcted.     W. Dovvnmg.has  thc contract.--,      ' '   ",   t;    ,.'.',    I  \''Geo. Lux and son.> have put; in t ic|  largest .crop   everKrrplanted rin _  the-  Liudeau.7 ,Thc\v are now^crccting a  novv'friimc barn:'    ��������� -    < .,    , '"  1 ��������� We, 1S0 far, h-ive not had lhe  activity in mining vvcexpeetcd., Most  nf the''miners blame litigation tor'  scaring aw"������y capital. Theeaiididatcs  who run "next election will^ be re-'  quired to promise, to do.all in their  power to have? the" mining ' laws  11 mended so lh.it, disputes//oyer prospect*, vvill shu (leciik'd byahc'-old  Conunissioner.sr and -the flimsier ol  Mines.        *  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  . ���������Cal.itiil'Ai.thori.od,. Jl^UOCBCapUal Paid U���������, S*W,l'e,t; M,O0^i  lle'iill Oflice, ,Tokosto,' Oxtaiuo. -" t    ' ,.   ������  '.' rBrinci.'osl^.oN^ost Territories, JJ������������^-: 0^ji; "l.^ldn; '  .   t       A 1-������������������ ' ';      "  ���������" "      ���������       ," 4   ..     -n p W11 kii-'Vico-Prosidoutund Goiicnil Muuneor.  T.H 'MSI^^^.^on^Zr.'eV. y. Morr.v-i, Cliiei. In.peetor.       -'  Revelstoke Branch, B.,C.-A General'Bankinfi Business Transacted  KC        Siuas^.^'"^tnleiit-fDepo.it.KeceheiUinilKtereslAllowed.      -  ^  _   D������rt������oldavA.aMo;n������.lpn^orr������������������ad������.rD..tl0d?tnte^^^  t Snocial nttontioiKitivon to 'collections. .     , ���������       Jp 'j,       ^   - "j?. ���������������..^-^.-.r^.- ^���������-aN^''ia������������'!!K^ssn^^  Corporation'of the.^Ci%,  v.""*6f. Revelstoke. - v:!'  ^^. -,.    4 .  iu - (  A, '    -TENDER, aa a.  1      j  ���������  G  I ril   ri  BLACKSMITH &,  WHEELWRIGHT  Has closed'his old shop on.Douglas Street,and  . removed to^R."' Gordon's Block, Second StreeJ.  '''' Revelstoke, where'customers'are.requested to call.-  A* A   '      '    '<    ,,!* 1   '    ! -,       ' '';   "    '      ''   ' '"  ".'���������������  rTlioK'Uv Coiinuil '!���������* piep-nert to receive toii-  dVi-si-or ilitrliiiw. (Ilium '"1 olenniiBfni'tl"  water vvorUs i-MoiKion miie. line ,iicuoidiiiB-lo  vi.vi'ed 1.I.111- ..nd -t.r-cili.Ml ion- 'wliipli^ctin be  si.pn.it mv ollli-i-iit I icCitj Hull." ' - Iv  ' l'..rtip-in.iv lender I m- tlio whole of Uie work  ni-in ^I'etii.n.s ,is-.peeified ,.,   ,    '  'Kaoli tender imi-t lie .iceonip.inicd by.n eei-  tilled eli������,ne n.....u..tn.K lo 10 per eo.il ol sneh  tender."-.11,1   cl.-ii.io Mo  Im. .0     ;ted  if   tic  CANADIAN   BUSINESS, A SPECIALTY^  H^ltVlA, 'iMcUAl-tTKIt      - A  :    ���������   ,   V-     , ANIJ PIiNMCIIAiM.  ������������������'.P   \ P   I'AKKISTEKS; SOLICITOHS,- UTC.  ; A -Orkicks :   "MoiioNS .Han'K' Block.   Rkvki.-  -A J STOKb,  B. C. ,,"  " ���������''   ' Office^ llovel-tokc, B.C.; "TortSteele, B. C. ,  .     - ,Ceo. S. ileC.vin-LK,        *��������� !7 .'>���������    ?.,A      >^  '   ,1 JL.-U.  flNKHAM." P-.  '3. A. Harvkv.  f  Hevelstoke, 11. 0., , ' " Fort Steele, B. C.  elected the.folluwin  W.Crt-.iiid Mii-ter. W. .1. I5owser.  1 '   ' "        '    _y.MASOX10.  The.* Gnind J.odgc 1 at     Rossliuid  new- ofiicera ���������   JI.  -. '-'iin-  oouvA'K. \Vv-n"eputy Giaiid plaster,  Tt.l. "Armstrong," New* Westminster;  R. W.'Senior Giand j Warden. George  Johnson. Kelson;' 11. \V.'Junior. Grand  Wii'iden. J..-1I! Scholield.-Trail; M. XV.  Grand 'Oliiipiaiii.'"RevVC. 4V.1 Prociinior.  Revelstoke;   MP A-    Grtind' ��������� Treat,'.-.  A, company1 has been'organised at  *^,c;^rf,Jnaon-.-f.ui- 10 ������k������  n.o nece-s.iry  Victoria   to   develop' ;Bast Kpotonny ,conn..^V^,;, .nli{   p,]0[. ���������{ ltAt fonei.  'i^i-        -   _  ,   - .1  f a""      '       -A-.   tli"euiirteisiBiie<lbj-7|..,iii. on l'"i'da.,.liilyil!i.  ' The Laurier government have  can-     ,    ,     '    y >.^        Ill N ���������*. ������" ���������[ '>���������  *  J3  "*J        'OUN1" MANNING "S.OOTT^B. ,A..,I Unviy-U. W.itboi-., Vanco_uvei;'^M.  W.  ,L  U.-B.;- y    " **  -._    J'   a-;1' Grand   Sec.,  ,H.    E.".Hiett,'.Victoria;  ,v^   '    . j.;'   Bakkisteh, SobtcrrOR,1, Btc.   "' ^ Grand  Tyfci," A.< J.   Graylcn; Ksqiii-  , ApAviAPBiAyA^py^ j&y&^A* BA ���������A:APPA^: AA ^^yy'*1 "  ���������'E  DWAHD'iA. HAGGBN. *.������  Mixing Bngineei*-,    ,  (Mem.  Amenu.vn  Institute MiniiiK KiiK"^'..-)  (Jlem. Cai.adiiin Milling Inatituto.)t  Bkvklstokk. B. U-,  E\amiiiatioti of and reports on  Mineral P10-  pertic* a St.eoialty.  tlbe Ikooteiia^ ilDail  SATUBDAY. JULY 2, 1904.  ''Never  . 1  The ��������� Commercial   says :  "before was the outlook  throughout  the length aiul breadth of the great  Canadian M'est more promising."  fi    I Ji'u. -t. . s .,1.t>IV,       >,  I  v' ���������"'* :-< PxPAS^"<^P,  . ,yc'Jim  The timber license laws* oi  British polumbia are'aiost   unsatisfac- -  lory and   the   title   to   timber, ia  sibout   as   unsafe   as   it   can" be.  "^���������Jsa-^'-'f'-r Pyr-  IL    ' *      "       .   "r tfr'/^-y'.'*.,  ^iM''^l^^  REV  C A. PRO!'I'S'IER  (lrni.il Chrtpla'ii t" A- ^ and.V. M.  celled 'the ^Trendjibld concession in  Yukon as the result, of''the, recent in'-  vestig.ition.thpy ordered V ', . ,y  The annual general nieetingjof the,  Spy Glass Company vviH b'e held at  -Nelson.������"on 7th 'July, ffor the. purpose  of electing^ofliceis.     '     J   ' ������������������* '"'    <j t  A Pitt, J. Muidock and 0. Bennett  have taken a^crjntr.ict'-'-frpni, the El-  wood Tinworkeis"? Gold- iSfining coni-  ������anv,.'to drive*iuttimiel on -tho'Silvei  Dollar. ,   : '   P:    rf^,* 'f _  \V."M. Brown, president of "tlie iMc-  CtilTough Creek HV^r.uilic^Oomp.ihy,  expiesseo the, opinion .tltat the coni-  paiiy's ground could not' he looking  Letter:      _ =.*  -.Matters have improved^ mateiially  in^JRobsiand's mining 'indusliy. be  K01 has'strengthened its-crew and  suited new'- development work beside-  incte.i'iiig shipments.   'tl  The Cambi-irne Jliner says: "A'  very-rich strike of free gold ore in  which gold ia visible to tlie nuked eve,  ,vvas reported on the Kingston group'  a fetv days ago, by E. 'KufTer, who ii  in charge,of the pioperty."' (  ; Pat DeviiK\.vvho was shift boss at  ,the Silver Cup previous t'o the closing  dovvnMn January, has left the Spyglass  to accept the appointment of foreman  at che->'etfcie L , vice A. P. Garrett,  resigned. -   -t    - -    ���������  The Silver Bell, at JOystone Mountain, owned hy Jlessis. JMcIntosh,  Woodrovv, Johnson und  McJJahon   i-  '"���������Have' a''world-wide   reputation e for," their ;'    ^  J Fit. Com fort, and-.Durability.  ,,,'Th.ey.. are .;,.  -sold' in Jail* parts;of ���������ihAe 'globe and have ^ P;}  \ obtained tlie,hig"hpb^ awards at"all leading   ���������..' '  /, -  UIJUIIIILII    l.l^..'.S.'w.      ,---   - ���������-���������        ;,  , ,.,  ������xfiibitipns/���������,Askvto sec the.P;*U. .long .   . . J-;;  iu st vie.-1 ""���������/������    '   , .   ,      " '"     ?   v     1-   ���������"  WATER 0 U S^ EN Gl N t? a WjO R KSc:iy) v  A A,   i Brantford, 'and "Vancouver "���������-";/:'' --���������- -  '' B������ml and Circuliu^Siiw ^Hlls,' .Bngincs,. Bqile.s,^brick *iMiichinery.- -^  h.v I'lunci-f. Griiideis:Grip"Pulleys,;Giisoline Kngineb, Tmclion I'bis-uies^  . Aleutnfu^iiAup!ey\impsr J^ty-'prices. "PP1^ ^AIT J"-. A LA-. "'"A  TBugh b:"g1lm"ourT  A A'       , .-VANCOUVER, B.C.  ._ , .. -^���������       \\ OUUrUW ,  .4 Ui. USUI,     aill-l     ..i^4.4������v..V4.i      n  The de.ti   with   the   Masonic  lodge* looking exceedingly well.    A strike of  .. . 1       for the ' tiurchti.se A-tt   the  Oddfellows j ]3 inches, of copper ore has been made,  about   as    unSale   as   u   can        -  ^ ^ .^^ -thrrn���������h- ihp Cbap- ]j. White is doing a-sessment work on  holders of timber  licenses  are at -^ ^ ^-^ ^ ^ yJ -^  prol,.lhly! the propprtv.    The tunne, ;,-;��������� 70 ft.  the mercy o| the  government, ^'ho ^^u]^ ^ um a )Mil.oni��������� ,lM1 in nil |n ore;       , <,  yno.v renew'or cancel   theft a? they   pevlPtnkn-,il an earlv date Mr. Fovvier.fniinine engineer,  went  choose. Uncertainty of title is a  great draw-back to any industry.  Jt is time provincial timber lease?  ���������were amended rather in .the direction of the dominion and Ontario  3aw.-.  "   ,   HKAL THK  IlllEAOir.  ���������j'hc- Liberal.- at Kamloops should  innlkoan.effort;to;heal." the  breach.  4jn?their?raiiks,,andithose? who4are  ' dissatisfied with the polieyaiAaj!-  ���������niinistration of'tlie liberal'.party,  : should get outor that party. AVherc  ihe reasoiiK for the ..breach are nun:-  ''.'] v personal there should be no'clif-  yficulty iii brii'igiiig -'about"���������'concilia-  lion b(:twecn the warring iaclions,  n? every man   who  ia   worthy- the  ynamo should be willing'toKink hiA  personal differences for the public  good. 'The aggressionists on either  Hide owe i t to the party that they  fihould take a.back seat in itsccjun-  cils, and afford every   opportunity  '���������.of'healing tlie breach, i.f they ii.ro  not willing to do that l.hey should  he treated as opponents rather than  as friends of.the party.  A  NOTICE.  ���������VTOTTtT. i- l.uieljv itiveii tli.-.t "HI <l.i.v-  1N'-" ..lii'i-fl.iti) 1 intend to un.lv mine llonni  .iblo tlio Cliiei t'ommi���������101101 "I L..... - ni."  W'tnk- lor .. spccinl liui.i-e to ent ami cum  awns limber hum the fullmviinr lie-ciiho.l  land-, -ltualed in West Ko.itei.aj T)i������ti let, v 1/,:  Cnm.iH'i.e.m,' ill a post niail.-eil ("liiionoo  Pil.er's ~nntli mist eouier p.i-t planted mi Un-  noitli Ixmi.dai.v i.r li" Hohin-im"- piin-l'..-.- land  on tl.i-nuitl. side 0^ ill i'1-t .uiikm Arn.vv  LaWe. tlience vie-t ourlils cliiuii-, tliom-e noirli  oiahly chain:?, thenco e..-t oikIiIv chain-, thenco  south'cig'ifi chains to pni.il of ciminicneeinent  B-toall.Is2Ut,I..>olM.{iy������l!jiljscl,l,|I^B  ���������A'  Mr. Fowler.fniining engineer, went  up to the Bend Tuesday to examine  placer and i^de properties on behalf  of hi" principal!:, who' have the Btoid  in view au a field of investment. Mr.  Fowler will open an assay Oflice in  rtevolstokf and intend- romnining  here hir -onir> tinif  '     lhe fc.'tititi.i) -iv - ���������A rich   find of  i t:.ilen." .it .���������-.* 1 rj 011 Arm 1-   r-portcd by 1  ! K. A. Mi���������'U''������I ��������� f-hat   p.'.ice.     It   will  i borenit'iiihorod thvit?aboutyfotir..,yenrs ���������[���������  :!><;(-..��������� an'  i?x^-'ptinr!;i:iy--rich   strcak'of!  SS^^^|^J^?\V3 ilbu? Abi^i'AAna Airryingliigh Vii]- j  ���������V;'::'#f;^\f;������'-^'Hi('i'n'l 'oh.' M.Hint   Ida. ���������'; The !������������������  K^Ww^S''' '' '^~pp-AiPPi..:: ?a...'"������������������?;;.;���������  pw������|:: ""* : "  N OT'IOE.  .  -VTOTICE Is heiul.5 J-'iven thai*. SO day- nltfi  1> date. 1 intend to appl> lo the l'liii-r I 01.1-  niissioiier of Land- and Woil.-- Im .1 -poual  hcen-etocnt .111H c.u.y away timber limn the  follow in:.' described land-" 11. tho We-t hootc-  nay ilistiict:���������  No, 1.  ('(imiiK-nciiiKiita po-ln.ai-l.-od "P. Stinnoi X  K. Cm nor post" and pi....tod on west bank ol  Columbia River, about two and a hair m.le-  belovv moiithor NiiKol CifoK, thence -ontl. Mill  cha.lis, thenco wo-l HI chains, thenco noitli 11.0  chain-, tlii-ini-c.i-t Id chain- to plnee of eom-  moncement    -  Dated lho 22nd day i>r March 1901.    .  T. SKINNlCi;  No. ���������-".  CommcrK'iiiKiitia po-l ii.iiil.ed "T. Sklii 1.1-1'-  S. IC. ('i.iihm |������.-I" t.l.ii.tud on the wi'-l haul, of  f (iltiinlii 1 Hiioi about thrn- inili'-nbini' month  of .M.iloni-v Cri'i'l.. tliiiiu-c we-( Slieliain-, thence  niirlh SO rhiiin*, thence i'i.-t Ml clinin-. Iheneo  -outli "tl chain- In phin- of roniini-iireiiii-iit.  llnlod the .'2nd diiv <>f .Miirch IWil  T SIClN*Ni:i!  >.  *, -)i.-  A Woman That is a  Good Cook:  ,   r j      1 1 if  all. the   time must>se*Ai 'Flour.-    This sclf-eviclcnU    -  truth explains\vh'yl'so many - experienced housekeepers- -  insist upon liaving OGILVIE'S, the quality of which . - -  is,, maintained afthe highest standard of excellence.   1 ry.  ,       "iROYAC HOUSEHOLD" ;  For BREAD,, OAK-BS,   AND   PASTRY  GIANT* POWDER  CO.,  CON.  ,   ' 'manWactureks of  Explosives for Minihg", Stumping* and Railroad Work  ' ,Dealers   in   Fuse,   Detonators,   and    Klcctric   Blasting   |,-  Apparatus. '    ' r^  KACTOKIKri: ' < ^'���������  ������  Tclet-riiph  Pity, Vnneouver l.-lttnd. fiisinl, Ciililoinin. CIi|ipL-r   ������ -  A G141, Citlifoi-niii. ' <  %:.  'ygjAipn.:!,,**  .'���������-.���������.������������������     ..S-n'ART M(13iON",vr.r>.    ,    ������������������',: ??  Itoviil-t'ike Mii!e������.-iti> I" Gnitid'l.'i.li!"  Mii'-'H';.^  ���������"'.'ir. i;i...i.liiiid4.  t. o. i'.'1'.'A y 4 ':..���������'..'������������������  ���������riie fiiilovvin;,' oIlieerH hiivc hceii  no;iiiii.'i.ted l'->r the ensti.itij.' ter.iii tor  Itev'-istolce bodKO f.-OVO? Iv. : IT. iV.  Coursier .V. (i.., re-elected; .1. .I.uiiieson,  V. C; itee. nnd V. S., ,J.'A. Stone;  Tri-.-iii , .'.' 1. Woodrovv;.  ���������The   follow-in''   ollice'rs   luivo  been  iROYAL GROWN -SOAP)  'The Best in the World i  i  ��������� ���������'    . .....,-.. ��������� .- ���������      ................. j  3'       Mi.H.'iAlii K'iVtiT: Crown So;;p y  a   ���������'���������\Vrii|'i{jer.-, and i:i: return we . .:j  V    ' wili rri'iiil.ii   ticiiotiftiT Piunire ���������  sd/.e H'ixM) :ur '.for Xt Wriipjier- -p:  your ehoiee'of over '100 hook.-.. ���������.! .  '  bro'.''ti.-'.'.'i 'jiOHt  .':������;rd ii**kin''/;..; ������������������');  '    3 for it ���������Ciitii.lojtn'..' of   pretiiiiirn.-! ������������������  P  .A'to liA.iid   FPKK   for  Jtoynl  (Jrowp .Soiif. VWii|>ji('i'.i.  Addr'^K  ' ���������''���������' P- '.' '���������"'���������  Tlie. Royai^Soap Co,,  Vancoiiver.|B.C. Limited.  .#  yAmAM/^y^ -V  A''A'.-A. PAr$:/)A-ArfA$,A^ /AAa^/A/A\  >A/������ ^mA flX^PAAlA  ���������Z^'-l -  i^l> -&te^ *^A^  U/tUM.   0~TL&'^ 4    1  " ��������� TUE'KOOTEXAY HAIL.  PEANUT  POLITICS  . Public Opinion   of Conserva-  , A- five'Tactics.'  Toronto Sews' says :' ," The Opposition press has seized upon the  ���������ivortl" ' foreigner,'��������� ina'dvertantly  used, ami instantly corrected, hy  'Sir Wilfrid Laurier, in his statement regarding jLord Dundonald.  It is clear-from the context thai.  the word the Premier substituted,  'stranger,' accurately  conveys the  ' thought to'���������which.he vvas givingex-  pression. Nor "was'the term, up-  plied in an oft'ensive way.   The ai-  '��������� gximcnt hinged upon the'" General's  unfamilinrity with. Canadiiin ideas,  and the<intention was to show thai  in.that sense lie was a stranger.  To endeavor to fasten , upon -1 lie  .Premier'the charge that he called  Lord Dundonald -a ,' foreigner ' it  petty   political    tactics <that. will  , rather'alienate sensible people."   -  ,   - The Hamilton Herald says': '     ,  '���������' The "attempt 'to-' make  party  capital of, Sir Wilfrid.Laurier's reference, to ..Lord  Dundonald   as. a  "*'��������� foreigner ' is pretty small politics.  The word which the,.'Premier intended to use was "stranger,' and  he promptly corrected '. himself.  'Moreover, he did not say that Loid  'Dundonald waVa stianger in Canada', but a stranger in the,Eastern  Townships, and, therefore, less likely'than -Mr. Fisher to" know tlie  qualification's of applicants1*'foi  commission?'."        V , A  '     POLITICAL,     ,  . ;,;  A" Socialist convention is called nl  Greenwood i'or July" 14th to nominal,  .a socialii-t candidate for Yule-Cariboo.  An. Ottawa telegram snvs,:���������The  next political campaign vvill be fouglji'  by the,Conservatives on nice  and   le-  ligion. '    '     A .  * Sir liil"bert���������Tiipper- condemns Pie-  inier the method of" administration of  thecoarahd oil'lancls .adopted by the  ISIcBiide cabinet.'    , *      '   '  ���������A vote taken in the. House of  Commons on Mr. Borden-*? aniend-  ment condemning Mr. Fisher and the  'government for their action in Dmi-  doniikl matter, lesulted in amend-  inent heing defeated by a large vote  In recommending Ceo. A. Diuni-  niond for knighthood .the L.i.irici  government has shown it recognises  merit on the conservative as vvell as thc  liberal side. Sir Geo. Druinmond has  been a pioniinent conservative but  lias done much for the industrial de-  velopement of Canada, and deserved  -the honor.  The Canadian Manufacturers Association is preparing for a vigerous  fight foi a high protective tariff at  the coming elections and among other  things bus issued a publication entitled "Protection and Prices " by Watson Griffin, the able editor of Indus-  tiial Canada. The booklet is a re  publication of articles that have appeared inthnt organ.  Some Opposition Journals find fault  with the ' Dominion Government for  notifying Loid .Dundonald by tele-  emph oi his letitenicnt from ollice in  sti-iid of wiiting to him. For this  tibiupt notifii-ation Loid ���������Duiidonald  wa* himself entirely to blame. He  was advised not logo toi ondoncamp  He vii tually disobeyed oider- in Koine. It was absolutely necessary for  pin po.-e.- of inspection and discipline  that he should be recalled as quickly  as possible Jf he had stayed in Ottawa, as he was requested to do. In-  would have escaped this humiliation���������  Globe.  "HONEST/ INJUN."  How   the ,ChIcJ������iiH������iTr������ '"Were   Tanfcht  ' the MtftinlilK of the  Expression. ,  ' Among the earliest comers ,to tha  Hateliee country, iu' western Tennessee, was a' Mr. Barnes, a blacksmith,  ���������who' became ii friend of the Chickasaw  Indians und often mended their guns  without charge. ,, Barnes was a poor  man, but obtaining on'credit'a donkey  named Moses, vyhich was fvalucd at a-,  considerable sum, he imported the animal and stabled it at the smithy, says  the Youth's Companion. , It'was the  first in that region. One morning he  found the door open and Moses gone.  He followed a trail to the bank of the  river and lost' it.' The stream was in  flood, and he believed liis valuable animal was drowned. Unless he found  Borne' way' to raise the money to pay  for it he was a ruined man.  Two months later a'trading scow  came down the Ilatchec from Bolivar,'  and on the roof, spread' out in the sun,  was the hide of Moses, unmistakable  In its soft und hnndbonic grays. Barnes  related his story to the trader and' received < the skin, which had .been,  bought at Bolivar from'a trader there.  As no white man would havo shot a  :donkey Barnes concluded that the Indians, who had never seen - one,- but  ���������who were then hunting on the Hat-  chee, were the offenders. /  (  ' "To trap'them lib tried a little stratagem, lie organized a shooting contest  and offered" as a prize "tlio haudsomest  skin ever taken on the Ilatchee, the'  pelt of a'beautiful animal." ,  .A Chickasavv brave was tlie winner  of the contest'and claimcd'the prizeV  Barnes  brought  forward-the  skin  of  Moses and sprout! it on'the ground.  '"There is your prize," he'said.  "Me shoot urn! 'Me shoot ran!" cried  the winner, running to the skin and  pointing to.a bullet hole. Then he told  how he had been wandering down the  river bank and hud seen this strange  wild animal, like nothing lie,bad.ever,,  seen before,, breaking-' through ,the  cane.* lie had shot it and, sold the  hide at Bolivar.- -lie was.delighted to  get it'back.'     '        - '"       ' <  This was,what Barnos had hoped  for. Standing, ho addressed the Chick--  asavvs. , - - '    '      r     .-j   ,  "My brothers," he said, "you know  me. I am a. poor'man. but I .am a^  friend to the Chickasaw. I mend,big"  gun for him aiid deal fairly by liim.  This aiiimal was my .white man's pony.  I bought it 'fur away and brougbt.it  here. It cost mo tnuclivwampum, the  price of many'Indian ponies. To lose  It will lose me all J.t escaped mo and  went to tlie woods, 'andi there a Chick-  asawi-killeiMt. 'o -   * _      ' ������  "When I am,In Chickasaw country, I  obey Chickasaw 'law. When Chicka-'  "saw is, in white nian'ss country, he,  should obey vvliite ,inan's lavy. < AYhjte  man's'law Is'that whoever kills ' my  pony, must pay me for it. What .will  Chickasaw do?"       <,'','' '  The Indians, had listened'attentively.  "When -he hail'finished, they went to  their pouic'o tethered near by.' The  whites watched them meanwhile'with  intense interest. The Indians untetli-  ered their ponies^ind brought them up.  "Take urn," they said. "Indian have  only ponies.   Give mil all."  "IIovv many?" asked Barnes.  "You say how many."  -Barnes appointed an appraiser, who  selected a number of ponies equal in  value to the donkey. These the'black-  smith sold to his neighbors.  Thc Indians gave up their hunt and  went back to their villages, poorer, but  satisfied. Tliey had maintained, for  their tribe at least, some claim to the  title. "Honest Iniun."  HIS FIRST''CHECK-.  The War the Piece ot Paper,*Worrl������d  Thomas   A.  Edison.'  ,,Thomas A. Edison once told a friend  the story of his lirst acquaintance with  any big i sum of money. It was when  he,,was struggling with his earlier inventions, and be had about as clear  sn idea-of the value of a bank check-  as the'man in the moon.' He had finally sold his patent on the gold and stock  indicator to the Western Union' Telegraph company and had called, at its  office to close the deal. After a few  preliminaries he was given a check for  $40,000.' He eyed it curiously and ap-  penred to be puzzled what.to do with  it. Observing bis perplexity,' General  Lefferts/then president of tho Western  Union, told him that if hewould go to  the Bank of j America, in Wall street,  he could get the cash on his check.  ' -"So-I started;" said Edison.-"after  carefully folding .up the check, and  went toward Wall street. So uncertain was I in regard to that way. of  doing . business' that I thought. while  on 'the way that if any man should  come upito me and offer me two crisp  $1,000 bills for that piece of paper I'  would give him the check very quickly." " '     ''  On his arrival at, the Bank of'America he half tremblingly .shoved his.  'check out to'the cashier.,' The latter  scrutinized it 'closely,' , gave him a  piercing 'glance and said something  which Edison,'being hard of hearing,-;  failed to understand!' That Aas  enough. He was-fully convineed'that  .his check was*not worth $40,000 and  again thought as he rushed out of the  bank that any man-who. would give  him $2,000 for it could have it. He  hurried back to the office of the Western Union and,said he,could, not get  any money." A clerk was sent'to the  'bank with him to identify him. '  ��������� "This man," said ,the clerk, "is Mr.  Thoinas A. -Edison, to whose order.the  check is drawn."      A        - . ������"' -  ".Why, certainly,' Mr. Edison," said  the .cashier. '.'How would you like your  money���������in what shape?"   V ;, . -  "Oh, any way'to suit the bank;,it  doesn't make any difference to me, so  long as I get my money." ' r  ,Edison was given. $40,000 in large  bills. After dividing the roU into;two  wads of $20,000' each he stuffed one  into each trousers pocket and made ail  speed out of,Wall street.1' The next  day he began work on his first New  ���������York-laboratory.���������Success.    , . -  owder  MAKES HOME BAKING EASY  Young housekeepers find in  its use the-" beginning of success'in'cookery*.  '���������        '   i  Price Baking Powder Go.  , ,     . CHICAGO, U. S. A.  A  HOUSE DIVIDED.  <���������> 4 The Elect of Boitoi... - i;  * I can remember when it was jocosely said "of some families of Massachusetts tliat-Jthoy claimed ,to have  had, in the, time of Noah's deluge, i a  boat to themselves, and-1 .can recall,  on tho other hand, when a social aspirant" in Boston askcd.-s,."AVho belong .to  the really'old*familics.l'grii;i(lmamma?"J  and -when'- that relative"-shook her  weary head and said,-,"Mostly no one,  my dear."���������Thomas Wentwortb Hig-  'einsoirin Atlantic.  ,��������� AmuHliip:  the  Children.  'Mrs. 'McShantce .(triumphantly)-!  see ye are takin' in washin' again,  .Mrs. McProudec. Mrs. Mcrroudee  (whose husband.has lost a paying job)  ���������Sure it's only to amuse tii' childer.  They wants th' windies covered wid  steam so they can make pictures on  them.         -   "-      A   Pessimist.  "Don't you suppose it is possible for  a man to "go through the world without  telling a lie?"  "I doubt it. Almost every man has  be-m in love at some time in his life."  Follow  Toor Dreams.  "To compel our thoughts to follow  the memory of dreams and' on no account to revert to any subject of -waking thought, pleasant or otherwise"���������  that is a woman's formula for sleep.  "If we havo already slept in the  night," she says, '"vve should, in trying  to sleep again, recall the dreams of the  previous sleep and carry them on. If  we have not slept, then it is tiecessary  to go back to old .'dreams, which is  rather more exertion and less certainly  successful. But oven this is far better  for sleep than allowing the meiuery to  revert to any waking thoughts or to  the familiar old devices of counting-a  hundred or picturing sheep, etc."  Better heresy of doctrine than  her  e������v of heart-.���������Wtaittler.  S Journallnm.  Reporter��������� Senator Bilkins has iidm>-  lutclv nothing to say. Editor-Well,  boil it' down. We are terribly crowded  toniubt.���������Puck.  The'Itcnsoii u I'liiniietl Goose Dinner  i-       !'' Was  n  Kullure. ���������   ',.   -  Most persons have ha'd the experience of walking \vith''a lrieml out of  step and trying-' to".shift just at tho  'moment "when the iriend also'makes  the .attempt. - 'I his is un-.instance of  thwarted harmony much like that  which' appears i" a, story told by a  London "journal of an elderly .'couple.  Tliey wore childless and had. never  l.i-i-n united by tho. bond of other lives  'uki-'d with their owii. ' So they wore  always in a' state "of well bred disagreement. "��������� ,, '- ' ��������� ' <  ' On the subject of meals they disagreed thoroughly,. and each usually  s-.Aesteil n dish for'the Sunday dm-'  tier which the other 'iliif not approve.  One Saturday the" man came home  from*market with si basket-      ,���������  "You needn't worry -, about tomor;  iovv's dinner any 'more. Maria. yl've  not if." . ' ���������  ".���������Ami .so have' I., George.', You wore  .so undecided"���������;-  >   ���������.'.!'  -Undecided!" I told you what I want-'  .ed.'"'  ' -   ��������� -     -    -^ - ,  ������������������Well. I mean you didn't decide as I  (!I:1.  'So I biiinilil ienoi.se."     * '  "- "Why, s0 ii.iic 1. I told you I'd like.  ''io-iie."'   ��������� . . .h  , ."Well., now vve ate agreed for,once  iiiiyvvuy."     ���������      ,       .       ���������' ,    'A  .'���������Yes. and I suppose we'll havo .cold  -"use jiikI stevveil' jtoose for the next  l,-. o weeks." - ���������-      a     .  Tliey' relapsed into their usual. si-  'li'iice. , ,       *  . "A  Sunday" forenoon   the   Wife ,asked,  "Ho, you want a'little quince In the  apple sauce with your goose?"       .    ,  '   "Your'goose, you mean?"   '  "No, I don't. It seemed so absurd to  have two geese in the house that I  sent mine to Aunt Jane."    ' ��������� ���������  "What! " I sent mine to Uncle Joe!"  -4������s* ' ' *w,a*- T I"1-'*,   ��������� i v.-,  The   Old   English   School. -,-  Colonel . Anstruther' Thomson,0, an  aged Englishman, says in a volume of  .reminiscences that at a school,.which t  he attended as a boy the students were  regularly dosed twice -a'-year.-' "We  were?marched up'to Carmalt's' desk  two and two. Two glasses of a horrid  compound of bark were on .the desk,  and an usher stood on each side. 'We  had "to drink tho dose, turn to the  usher and put out our tongues to show  that we had swallowed it! * This wai  charged In our account: 'Wine, 6 ���������hillings.' "  "Widow* In  China.  According to the laws of good society ���������  in China,-young widows should not remarry. Widowhood is therefore held  in the highest esteem and the older the  widow grows the more agreeable her  position becomes. Should she reach  fifty years she may, by applying to the  emperor, get a sum of money with  ���������which to buy a tablet on which her  virtues are named. 'The tablet is then  placed over, tJt,o door .of the principal  entrance of her bouse.  1 FO. ltooliniiiK Go O.-nt with Huliliur  Tiros, otc.    $14.00. .    ,  The leaders for i.vei -10 year-. Have  Anti-l-'rictiim Wheel Kin-icner--, Kit-  cut' Knot Brake, In-tantly adjusted  .Rubber Tiie Wheels u.r all grades.'  Enamelled (ieais. Oak, Uieen- and  planum.   Now i.s the time to get one.  Tllii-iraliiii.s i.r 2i! -tylii- lirmi SI SO tn -Ji (X) mailed  liijoim ii|>|iliu.iliini. Writu fur Furniture C.italouuo  Weilcp Bros, Vietoria, B. C;  COMPLETE   FURNISHERS.  ntmoKsxasBBSiamaBaBaa  ������..'��������� B. EDDY'S  5^  5s  "ICING EDWARD'; lOUO-.  "HEADLIGHT," 500*.  ."KaGLE." lOOsumiaXK  "VICTORIA,"''  1 1  "LITTLE COMET.'-         FOR  SALE   EVERYWHERE.  ' . Are "the .best that can be bought.  ,     P     t _*"_    ,v ;        ,      a *   c,i,  Don't experiment'with other-and inferior brands.  '   "-���������   '    TTSIE .E3D3D"yTS      *  '  1 -  naj  <*)(*>.'($ (* ������i r* ������$ f������fl<i$ & <*��������� f* <f fi'.ff f$-ff r������>������ r������>|- rf (*��������� rf *��������������� f$>f <*<������������ _  ��������� ~   ' " " ' y y ���������' r A." " "a * * * "���������" '  *      >, ***  HQTEL   LARDEAU  iGOMAPLIX     ',  <4������  tin  ($������  <$������  An  $ft  f$������  <$ft  An  Aft  Ah'  ~Ajr"  A?  <t>  An"'  *,  The Best House in Town.  Well ���������Furnished  , Good Tables Ay  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  An  Af>  At  ���������   ,.-'   W. HAMILTON, Proprietor. '  REVELSTOKE, B. C.v  Newly' btiilt.'  ABRAHAMSON-*BROS., "PROPRIETORS. -. - .     - -    ������,  If'irst-class in every'respect.'     AU modern conveniences  " - Large Sample Rooms. -   ' * -' ���������  Rates SI.50 per Day, Special Weekly .*���������  '    .-       v      .   .  Queen's Hotel,,, Trout  Lake, under sar.  anagement.  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords.       Best   Wines,  Liquors,  & Cigars.  .'  Rates $i a,day/- Monthly rate. '      '        ���������    '  ALBEET   , STOLID,      PROi*  J.  r  0UF  Junt  the Thingr. ,    r  Jtr. Goodheart���������Regarding- those kit-  * tens, my'dear, the president of our society , says thc most humane way to  drown kittens is to put them in an  ordinary ,carlheu flowerpot and then  suddenly turn the flowerpot upside  down hi a pail of lukewarm water.  Mrs. Goodheart���������Why, yes; that is a  good idea���������isn't it?���������because you know  there is a hole in the bottom of the  flowerpot for the poor little things to  breathe through.  It isolated lliat a  with   two  American  Toronto  capita  ist. ii. company  capitalists, huh purchased all inteic-ts  of the Kamloops and Okun'agau lu-n-  ber companies, Messis Hale, Irwin,  bowler. JMcCoimick and Ucattie, who  weie the owners of the=e companies  liavinc sold out, their interests ont-  li.nht, and they have cleaned up a  large sum of money on thc deal.  Hot Water  ; NoW-I- '���������'"  The  Ba4  : "������- S^ftl  eater is  on the Market for $17.50 I  COMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG,    . -       -       - ,  Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors  Travellers-to Fish  Creek will  at this Hotel.  and Cigars.  find excellent accommodation  Tin  hest Dollar n  Day  in llu- liivvn.  Brands of -\\"ii-r*.  Spirits  .ind Cii;..is.  and know just what  Tlio llnstcr iMcclinnlos l-iiu- 'I'm- Koup liuuN  unit'.oflens llu-sUm. while piijuilil yoliMiisiiii,'  it of nre..-.'. nll.iiu.1. eti- Invii iiulilu for 1110  <���������1iiii.Il"- fmiiiiiii-. s|inil-.mi.il. I-ii'i- suiii|ili'i)f  recriptof Si. for i������ili.K.-. Allii-it Toilet Soup  Co., inuiiiitiicliii'.'i's, -ilonticiil.  4Vi>prove������I of tiie Iden.  Mr. Fet-fmson (in wrath)���������If you're  going to bring a lot of club women to  this house to spend the day, you'll  have to entertain them yourself. I  wash my hands of the whole affair.  Mrs. Ferguson���������Well they look as if  they need it.  Vou have seen them demonstrated in your city  lhey can do.  .lu.-t think of Hot Water (lluiling at That) in !I0 Seconds, and only  an Old Newspaper or J landfill ������i old Chip-, to piuducu the io>ult.  vvell a-: ornamental, and weigh hut 2.'i 11-.  riiev aie net a=  T'I  Con soft ti en oe*.  Freddie ���������What   are    these    conse  quonccs you are always talkinir to me  about?    Cobwigger���������Coii!������ei|iienci-*, m  boy, nre the debts we incur  fun  of  having  our  own   way  The  Yoho Bath Heater Co. Ltd..  737 Pender Street. Vancouver, U. 0.  s to me,  rsiW. M.LAWRENCE, AGENT, REVELSTOKE  "GOOD HEALTH" is priceless.  Adulterated teas its enemy.  Iilkoil   HIM   Own. |  AToncs-ls vour son fond of litem- i  ttii-P? .Jenkins ���������immoderately. I've]  known him to read some of his own (  nrlii-les. I  Write for. Catalogue.   Mail Orders Receive  Prompt Attention.  Ceylon  Tea  is  r/our   safeguard,  being absolutely pure.  Sold only in sealed lead packets.     By all Grocers.  mrj'-  -U=. THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  EAGLE AND STURGEON.  ���������    '��������� i  b c. coppr.R1 company's smi:lti:r GUI  1������  ���������"inciter  The H   G. Copper Cmiiaiiv  at  f.i-eeiiwood,   which' is   illu-.ti.itod  herewith, i* beii*i|pl>vit into up-tu-d.itc  ���������shape      Elcctricil   energy   fiom Cascade   has Leon    installed    ,   Hy   novt  week 'it   is   expected    that   the non  -convi-itei--���������ioi  l.Ioiv motile  iv,a .-re oil!  en* the, ~>0 pei ecut-   copper   matte, ,'till  it is about US 01 Oil pei'cent   line, cdn-  -t.lining nothing  hurcoppei.  gold and  .tilvei��������� will    be   placed    in   njiei.ition  ul-o,   the   in.icliinci.v    having a heady  been,   placed , in    position and tested.  After that the matte, instead   of being  sent to   th'e  T.iconi.i' smelter fur'con-  \citing,,as has heen the_case   latteily,'  ' will be bcsscmeri/cd   litrht   in 'Gieen-  vvond.   ,is    the 'Gi.inl.y   Co.   docs   in  Gi.ind Forks, the  l.l'ister ^op^.cr only  being 'hipped cast lor lelining. '  cosvr.is'ir.K it.a.vt.  '.The converter plant*-includes the  following machinery ��������� In'jiovveihouse  (Sl.v'lO) a Xoidbeig blowing engine,  arranged forcithei -stciini oi electricity,  capacity 5.000" cubic foot ot air per  minute, at 12 pounds piessiue;^ a 300  hoiocpovvcr CiinadiariGcnci.il 'elecnic  variable speed induction motor, with  witch boards, etc.; two banks of trail--  loriiiors to reduce voltage from 20.000  to 2,000 and others to ieduce from  2.000 to 550, a 75 kilowatt motor generating <-ot to produce diiect current  at 250 volts foi driving electric,crane,  and tiollev locomotives; .in   hydraulic  accumulator and pump,tofor tilting  converters, -run by ���������25-horsepovver  motor.       ���������' '  in the converter loom there aie  two converter stands equipped vvitli all  necessary appliances; five shells vvill  be provided;,a 30-ton, -I motor electric  travelling ciane vvill handle matte in  5-ton .ladles, which will be lilled by  liiuiidei-s connecting with furnace foio-  hearth. ;. The Hue dust will ,1.0 cuugh  in specially arranged steel and biiuk  dust chambers. A spur from tin  'main line of' the ,C. P. U.'sci->'cs the  converter department pi the vvork-  and no expense has been spared t..  make the plant up-to-date in cvciv  particular;���������Pioneer,     o  THE, BIG BEND;  Proposed Tramway and.Steamer forUpper River.  "\V.'A. Galliher, M. P.'has been working hard.lo get a subsidy from  t-the Dominion'government to allow of transportation" being "extended  past Deatlvand Priest Rapids to the upper riyer. : This tramway is an  abs'olu'le necessity'ip the opening of the upper country. Mr. Manning,  of Stonewall, Man., who lecently bought timbeivin tlktj-ectiorfpohited  out ptioncly the necessity ot having transportation into that country if  capitalists wete to I.o expected to invest thereto any extent. He said  those associated vvitli him would be willing to extend their holdings  theie if,tliey could get a reliable means oi access to the country, so that  thev.might know tliey could utilize their timber when they were ready  ������o do' so.  Thc building and 1 tinning of the steamer Revelstoke has done  much for the Bend, but llio service is handicapped by being estopped  at tlie Rapids, and if llieie weie transport.itioi^proviclecl by tram past  the rapids and a smaller .steamboat put on betwee.i there and Canoe  River, the Revelstoke t'oniil -Msily handle the whole of the traffic for  the Upper Rig Rem! country. Wood River. C.inoe River and Tete Jaime  Cache  Then the mica field-,at TeiesJ.uine Cache  are a   most  important  resource oi the country when tiaivportation   is* provided.      The   trrtn.--  portution suggested would meet the  case and   the-e   mines  would   be  operated with coocl lesiilt" to the district as well a.- to the owner-:.    We  Aope Mr  Galliher may succeed in his effort-.    ^ -  ix  JAPANESE, PRO.VERBS.  Thero is no miracle in true doctrine.  numan life is like the dew of the  morning,   i  The fallen blossom never returna to  the branch.      ��������� . .- ��������� '        " ' "  There is no shore to the bitter MH-of  Birth .and Death. - . t.    .    ���������  , Never'let'go* the reins of the wild,  colt of the heart?    z' ���������'.,'    ", ? "*', '  One. confession effaces the 'sins of  even "'three years.       ^  Only by reason of having 'died does  one enter into life.__    ���������  With one hair of a woman you can  tether even a great elephant.  Kven the touching of sleeves in passing is cam-ed hy some lelalion in a lor  ,mer lite.���������Lafcadio Ileum's "In-Glii.st-  ly Japan.".  * WnsliiiiKTtnii'-i   Father.  .My father,  Aiimistinc.  has  been described as a good pl.intei and ii mini ol  energy.    I appii-lu-nil that he was ol a  -.(���������nous   tendency. ' lor   I.uwrenco,   my  ui other,  once gave  me to  iindeist.iiin  that most of ihe few books .it Wakefield  were religious,  but whether  th.-.  n-.is so or not.I  do  uot know.    Like  .some of the rest of us. my father hail 11  ! hiL'h' ami quick  temper,  which,, as  lie  , r.sJctl to ������tiy. lie had  10 keep mir/./.lrd  } I   reniember beinu'  lurnfied  at s>i-i-ni0'  1 Itiin  in a stonn  of .anger because the  jitM'Lrj-man vvhn w.is 10 have baptized  , my   sister   Mildred   vvas   too   much   in  li.iuor 10 perloi-m tne ceremony.���������Ku.ni  5"     Weir   MitUu'ir-.    'The    South   of  Washington" in Century.  t-be Klnr of Birds and Kins of Fish  ,. In ������' Death Clinch. ' '.'  We bad been camped for a few,Hays  at a point on the upper reaches of tho.  Pic river, 'waiting' for, a few. of the  party who were running a side line'. A  source of 'amusement was witching  the descent of a large baltlheafaed eagl������  In tho eddy' back of the point.    "    .'','  He would strike" the water with  great force, coming down from an immense height. At times he would 'dlv������  under'the surface,,to'reappear a moment or two later 'generally with a  fish clutched" in his claws, vhen'lM  would fly' (freighted with his' fish) to  a very high' mountain, on ,the overhanging crest of which tho nest with  bis mate and young were quite visible  to us with our field glass.--  I had'noticed uis( success und jour-  Bcys to tlie nest for two mornings. On  the third morning a shadows coming  across "the sun's rays,caused me to  look up'nncl there was the great bird  at his usual hunt to supply the young  eagles with breakfast.. With his keen  eye piercing thc river depths he poised  over a purticiilur spot, for a-few momenta and then shot .down1 with tha  velocity of a cannon ball. < s  , The waters parted and the eagle wai  lost to view. * I watched and waited to  see him emerge with his prey, but moments lengthened into minutes; and  minutes'into a quarter of tin hour,-but  tliesurface of the water remained undisturbed. ' ''  '  What could it mean? ' Even if -he  bad struck himself, against some hidden rock'and been killed the 'body'  would have-floated to-tho "surf ace:- 'It  passed'my reasoning powers to solve t  the result'of, that plunge. JThcn far  down, fully a'quarter of a1 mile off, I  saw the great bird struggling, either to  carry 'off 'a heavy- burden or to free  himself from one. The waters were  lashed into-foam and' the bird again  disappeared, aiid all was still.    '    r  This' lushing of .the", water ,and,dis-  appearing.- were repeated -again and"  again, each time farther 'downstream."  'A bond in the river , prevented ' my  seeing'-the final'result. ' Calling one  of our men from the tent, we embarked in a canoe and started down the  river to view the'"strange proceeding  closer. When- we had doubled the  point below I saw lodged against the  beach in a smajl bay'something that  did not looki natural'to the place. We-  paddled down and found it was my eagle fust fixed to a, sturgeon fully-six  feet long. Both were motionless.' The  king of fish and the.king of birds had  met death".���������Forest and Stream:    ' ^  PATENTS  ���������    ' oliuiiiiod in all u  "ROWLAND BRITTAIN,;  Tra'demarlcH  and Copyrights  coimtriCH.  14   J  ^<z^->-^Mmi!^,Av     Sis     \,  =--i I - ^R--"^ -* ',iV.'f ,'- ''  il  aftiul.  r^gftP*  Pretty   CaxtriniH' of  .Tnpnn.  J.-ipanes.- ladic-, .ue like the li"rcn( li  m their love ol mm-mI intercourse a nil  tu'iicrsutiun Tli'-y pay fewer visits,  ij-.i' .sta.v ini.nitf-l.v longer, always two  or throe hours and <*ometimcs-n whole  day Tliey are received by the maid,  who pla--e<- a Innre silk cushion for  tl.em f> i'-st iipoii. and much time is  eni-nt 111 dcfail'-'l iii(|ulrio������ concerning  '..ch ot hi-r"-* family There is no spc-  ci.;l ciiiing day in Japan. They visit  when their rancy ti.t-.r-i them, and Ihev  newt- ao t-iii|itv ii.'iudcil to a friui'l's  imli1-" Tlie tritts :u-.- nsinlly frtl'l or  fj'������wcri or pcihap" a fr""li llsh. and  wil it'-.'-r flii-v tike is ilvv.ijs ilai.'ili-  :y -u-i[ip<Ti in 11 luttu hove of paper or  wool  .TI'tMl K KIAKLs'lOiL  MiCA MINES.  t-i.'in   1 I'll  t l.-ii"   t ik  U|l   l' lll.ic   I.'l'.l-     i'i   It"'  ci>--ii|..'   ,i:,d   1 |i 1  ; ti.'iu bv   -mi"  inm-'.n    -i.-t'  ti tin >��������� r-i", : "'i  tl." I nili.n.s in tii.'    M..M iiiiti'- it "  Party interested Will Visit Tete u. n.i win >> -i-m i ���������������������������<���������- and tn.-  Jaune Cache via Revel-      /i',,,. t!-,.,,.:���������...  ,.,  rhe (i.irtv v- ih ..���������: !,t 111    I.'- i- i-"mt  StOKe.    ,                           flI1    ,n��������� i^.11       s,,    t i\tr,u,   ,ir"   ili������ ������������������ ~~  S   Wint. 1 and tlio-c :.-(.< 1 Hid -villi | -cntlciK n f.-r tl- op-nnii.'   ..1 tl." 'it. Makp |]|0  ^('l]. m',nf| '^ bf'. ,,,,���������,.,���������.,,.  linn in the .Mica nln.i-s   a t Ti tc  I.iui:'    rid  ri.cr,    -" thiv ciri vv irk tl.'-n- !-���������*������- , r)(i  vou .,,.. ���������il'r"..d.v half ciliicil'"!    A  V������;fl������������������.fl..fi    lE.-i-   Vnr   l-upra.  I!������-u;i'ul I.ii.fsrir." v^,ls sobbing iih  ���������'louth her !."irt vvmild litcak.  ������������������Wi.it Is :t, liiur.'" 'jikid her girl  ������������������rl-rnl.  ������������������W why." <.he -.oubod, "I t-told .1 ick.  a:*t"i- i.i- 1'i'd proposed, to ������o up nnd  -���������<��������� p'ipn."  ���������"\\ I- it of tiiat';"  "Why, th"y started playing cinin.  and now lie goes up to see papa -vi iy  night."  Cache wilinriiv" in l!i '. cl-tnkc no <t  moiitli for the pnrpo-c ('I vi-'iting  tin ir pionerty. T'.iv ptopi.-i- tn t iko  the stcatnei l.'"vcl-t<ikc tn !l>-wtnc  tlience to the lic.id nf Cmo" Iliv-i 1  tr.n1, vvli'-rc Mr    l'.i,ik"iiir.ic   ������  II ni"i t  jn rtlc-1, th"V li.iv  "'I'M-ed   to   p.it up 1    unoiig il('slr<> to In  nr to do anv pirtu  consulcr.ilil- [.art nl the nionev lor t'-r     ulur llilng. nffompiuilerl bv clfr.rt   mill  tlplios   your   fiow-i-   arid   tlirown   "Id"  the door of r.ppot liinil.v   tlnit   Ic.hU   lo  placing .1 -ft .iti-oi mi  tii'-   iiii|i(-i    live  if tiit-dominion  ���������_".-. 1-1 nment   will    ���������-    Mll,'.If.f.or,irj||S|���������IJ(.���������t 0f youi- purpose  sist in providing    -i.in-.poi t.iti'.n   jj.i-t '  Snrcoss.  Oe.ith and I'ri"-i --iiid- I  i  ' 1   'Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical Attorney ami Engineer.  Boom 3, FairftcldlBlock, Granville st.. near P.O  ' VANCOUVER,   B. ,C.    ,  \   ",  A postcard will secure (in evening appoint  inent, for tlioho vsho cannot cull during tlio ilaj  I��������� ^ i ~  jas. I. Woodrow,  ":    bDtcher.  i,.  .    , ���������     ' *'       '  Retail Dealer Inv^^aaJEZ^^  *BBBF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  .n   ���������     ' '       '*.*������''  ,. Fish and Game in Season.  AH onlorn promptly Hllucl. 1     1  Corner    nouidnt.  anilKiiiKbti-eet.s.  SELKIRK LODGE. NO. 12. I. O. O. F.    n  4_ Mectt every Tucsdajr  evening in Selkirk:  Hall, at 8 o'clock-.  .VlBibinir brethren cordially invited to a-ti-  tend. '  it). K. ADAIR, N.G.  J. MATHIB.'SEC  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  THE CITY EXPRESS  ��������� E. W. B. Paget- Prop.'''; ,  1    ���������,'      ' :  ������������������'���������   ���������  Prompt,delivory"of parcels, baggage,  etc., to,tiny-part of the City. ' 1  '   Any Kind of Transferring,  ; <   .Undertaken.'"     <��������� '���������-  ,, All 'orders' left "at 'rR. M. Smythe's  Tobacco'St<jre,'or by^ Telephone, No.1 7  'will receive prompt attention. ','  ' Kootenay Lodge*  ������/j?r* No. IS A.P. & A.M-"  .(&*'.  ��������� ,  ������   *\ Tlie regular meetings  lire held'in the' Masonic (Templo,   OiU-  _^ Fellow h Hall, on the.  = third   Monday   in  I each month at 8 p.m.  VlKititiK    brethren  cordially  wcloomca.  P. A. l'ROCUNlBlt,lSi:c������KTARY.    "  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought   ��������� ,    ,  '     a    Cash Prices Paia  F.   B.   WELLS,  1 *   -i  . ,'  Exporter of; Furs.'   "  Best MillCin .Town    A; ���������  -0-  FOR SALE.  One of tlie-'bosr garden ranches in  NTorth ICooteiiiiy with > iirst-class  niiirket at hand. Three milking cows,  hogs, and 200 chickens go with ranch.'  Apply early. 'Address may bo'obtained'  iit ollice of the ICooi'i-.vay "\f.vu.. -  DONT  MARRY, DOCTOR nr do-.  ,,|i.ur, "Don't,do   a thing"  till  von  --co   cli-.irly wlmPs  ....     ,    , . l>������-,ll>y aid of Flashlights-  on Human Nature, 1111 lie.illli, disease, love,  in.irri.iito and p.iranliiito Tolls vvh.it von'd ask,  ,1 (loi-lor, buldiiii'l like In. till) Ii.iKOS,. illiistr.it-  i).|,2.-.i'i'..ts;, lint to intcodiicu it wo suiid oni)  i-i.ly to anv udiill Tor postaiie. 1(1 cento. M.  HICL PUB. CO., 12aEast 28th Street, New  York.       ,__        ���������."'..       ,  A "    '     -  a A, Cold Jin  the  Ilend. '  'a' hydropathic treatment of a cold  In the head is more reliable than any  other." It is as follows: In the morning  after "rising and at night before retiring wash the feet and lei-s as high.up  as the knees "in cold water, tlieii^rub.  them withli roujrh towel,"aiid massage  them till the skin is-red and glowing.  In addition to this c.-uitioiis-l.v snuff  tepid water up the nose' frequently  during the 'day and sip with a teaspoon a glassful as' hot as can be  borne an hour befote each.-moal and at  bedtime. A few days is often quite  Biiflicient for simple cases and obstinate ones yield if the treatment is prolonged. No medicines, are required.  If taken in the fir.si stages of llie'dis-  ease a cold is broken up which might  otherwise become. a severe case ' of  bronchitis, lastina ' many days or  weeks.-  A   Substitute   For  Latin.  In an English .school recently a certain boy was regularly absent during  the hour in which Latin was taught.  The teacher called upon the boy's father, at whose instructions it had been  learned he remained away, and asked  for an explanation. The father snid:  "It is all right. During the Latin hour  I am teaching Jimmy something that  he will find far more useltil than Latin  in his pioirress through liie" Tlie  teacher was interested and asked  what this .subiect might bo. The father replied, "I am teachinir my son  how to shave without a looking glass."  Ate  Their  Gmls.  The gods of most South American  tribes of Indians are generally looked  upon as siicicd, hut when the uOils become a nuisance it is tune to put an  end to them; at least, that is what a  certain .tribe along (lie Zabari river  think. They worship the iKiiana nnd  monkey, but as soon as thc is.'iiana  started' eating chickens they thought  It time to stop worshiping him and  to oat lilm in place of tlio chickens ho  had o.'ileu. This they do, and lhey prefer iguana stew to chicken fricassee.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  - '       ,    -. ' ^ , a - '        ,     '    '  P Royal Mail Lines. ,<  .   Cheapest Route to tho Old Country!   ',  i       AM44VN LINE���������From Montreal.   -  Ionian        -i1"10 J!)  Hiuiuiaii   . .' Juno 11  I'aiisi.in    \    . .. :       Jiinoal  Tunisian        , inly 1  DOMINION,LINK-I'roin Montreal.'-  Dominion    . V , ������������������ ���������   ;'"ne Jl  I'.iinlii'oin.iii * ...'. ���������*"..��������� Mine 18  Panada.    ..." -.    ���������'������������������ ������������������"��������� ''"'V2;!  -Vancouver ' ,- July"  UAN.'PAC. ATLANTIC S. S.���������l-'rom SIonliu.il.  Ate Cli.uiipliiiii  ',II,U���������!!  1 like Rue  l.ino2.!  Lake Manitoba     ������������������   .luii'i.lO  4VMBKK;A>: LINK���������Kroni Now.Yoik.  -"i   I'.MiI '        ' June II  Philadelphia June IS  st   Louis Iimi-2..  Geiin.uuc  '-        -  ��������� v July J  VVH1TK ST/VIt LINK���������From New Yroi-k.    .  Teutonic I111108  I'uhio '       I11110I.1  Vl.iJ.siic inie^  (ILUIUIIC  ;-������������������-      ; .JllllOSI  '.   CUN4VUI) LINICi���������lfi0111 Now Yoik.  U'liilHia  June 11  .���������.niip.iiii.i...  Mine lb  Kii-mi.i.   Juiieii  \iu.una .  June'A  Lucini.i     .        -       ..lulj  IMssbiiceis lickuied LlnoiiKh lo all   |i.ub> of  1.lent Hi.lam and hi-liiud and nl spcei.illv low  ate-to all pun- "I   il"-  I'- I"'.'" ������i.uini. in.  \|i|ii> 11. iiimii-1 i.tili'it. i.i -ii n.i.ship.in:* nl. or  10 v  T.   W.   BRADSHAW.  Afjent.   Rcvolstolio  W   P   F   CUMIYIING3.    Pacific Agent  -TET  THE. OWL fSX  1  lO.usl of .Vlolsont. Hank       -      Hovelatoke.  For yi.111  iiH-iils.    Open day .md night.  Mi-alt. 2."ic and upvv.ud.    Spi-ci.il weekly  Giuid service guaranteed.  YODO FUJI I.  Proprietor.  I'.lK"  NOTICE.  VTOTICI" .- l.cr.'liy mien  tli.it. Id d.ijs -ifliT  ������.M    <l,itc. I inlund lfi.i|i|.lv In the 11 ir.iblo  tin* t'h.ol (' ni���������i.ini'i   ul  Lands and WorUsi  Inr,. spucuil lici-n-.' loeiil ...id cany ..was t.ni-  he. In.... Lliu liilli.ttiiiKilu-eiil.ed lands silu.ilod  in WV-t Kootcn iv Di-tr.cl. II. (",.  t'omiiii-uciiiKiit 1 post uiiirki-tl (ieo L* l'i|ior's  111.1 III cast ciirm-i l������.-l planti'd ill lliu norlli  not (.(irncr ol lhe F Hnliin-oi. Liiinlicr Co.'s  II.ml on llu- norlh siili) (if llu; north c.lsl nrin of  V1 mil- Lake Ihviiru snutli cikIiIV t-lianis, tlu-iico  west I'lulili chains, tin.nee norlh c.���������'l.lv chain-,  ihi'iice ij.i-l i-iKlily chains In puiiiLof coiini unee-  O.iti'd ihu Hill; dnvof .May, I'HH.      .  KOOTENAY EMGiMEERING WORKS  FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS  .MiiniifacMiiers for the  Grawftr.1 Onulilc Rope Atrial Tramway  System, Limited  REPAIRING AND JOBBING A SPECIALTY  M.imih. M tr.iiul .Mill   VI icliincr.v, Oie Gais. Buckets, Tanks,  i;i<-- Iimi nnd lii.i��������� ("asim-;. A cmnplete .stock of .Shafting,  .-'tipplic-, l-"ii'iii','s. |-;tc , 11 lw;i>-. mi band F.stiinatei for all  i.|,i-,i.s i.f v, 1 u loinislii'd ii|i(.ii apphc ition. 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Kn-uiai������r*Tniii  Synopsis'of Regulations  for Disposal'of  Minerals on Dominion Lands inlManl-  totia. tbo Northwest Territories and  i  tho Yukon Territory.- <  Coal.���������Coal lands may be purchased at  HO per aero for soft coal and $20 I'or anthracite. Not moro than 320 acres can  be acquired by one individual or company. .Royalty at the late of ten cents  per ton,of 2,000 pounds shall bo collected  on the gross output. .  Quartz.���������Persons of eighteen years and  over and Joint stock, companies holding  free miner's certlllcates may obtain entry  for a mlnlnt location. ' - ,  A free miner's certificate Is granted for  ono 'or moro years, not exceeding live, upon payment in advance of'$7 50 per annum for.an individual, and fiom $50 to  $100 per annum for a company, according  to capital. . -".',  -A fieo miner having dlscovoied mineral  in place, may locate a claim 1600x1600 feet  by marking out tho same with- two legal  posts, bearing location notices, one at  each end on the Hue ot tho lodo or vein.  Tho claim shall be recorded within ilf-  teen days if located within tun miles of a  mining recorder's ollice, ,one additional  day jallowed for every additional ton  miles or fraction. The fee for recotdlng  a claim Is $5. > -  At least *1U0 must be expended on the  claim each year or paid to tho mining recorder In lieu theieof. When $500 has been  expended or paid, lho locator may, upon  having a survey made, and upon complying with other leuulrements, purchase  tho land at $1.00 an acre.   -  Permission may.be gianted by,tho Minister of the Intel ior to locate claims,  containing iron and mica, also copper, in  the Yukon Tenitory, of an area not exceeding ICO acres. '        ���������  The patent for a mining, location shall  piovide Ioi llio p.ijineiil oC a mjiilty ol t\ iter  cent 01 lliu wiles ui I lit 11 Illinois ul Lliu loc.ilioii.  Placer, Mining, Manitoba and the N.W.  T., excepting the Yukon Territoiy.���������  Placer mining claims generally are -100  feet square; entiy- fee, $5, renewable  yearly. On tho -.North Saskatchewan  River claims for either bar or bench, tlie  former being 100 feet long and extending  between high and low water mark. Tlie  latter includes bar diggings, but extends  back to the base of the hill or bank, bui  not exceeding 1,000 feet. Where steam  power is used, claims 200 feet wide may  ,be obtained. ,-1 ...  ��������� Dredging in the rivers of 'Manitoba  and the N. W. T., excepting the fc'Ukun  Territory ���������A free miner may obtain onlj  two leases'of live miles each for a term  ot twenty years, leuewable in the discic-  tion  of  the Minister of the lnteiior.  The lessee's right is conuned to the sub-  ,meiged beds or ,bars of the river below  low water-mark, and subject to-the lighi.-.  of all persons-who have, or who may ie-'  ceive entiles for bar diggings or bench  claims, except on the Saskatchewan  River, where the lessee may _diedge to  high water mark on each alternate leasehold. ' ,    ,  The lessee shall have a dredge in operation .within one season fiom the date o������<  the lease for each Hvp miles, but where  a pei son or company has obtained more  than one lease one diedge tor each fifteen miles or traction is" sufficient. -  Rental, $10 per annum'for each mile of  river leased. Rojalty at the rate of two  and a half per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000. ,  Di edging in the Yukon Territory.���������Six  leases of live miles each may be granted  to. a free miner for a term of, twenty  years,' also renewable. 'f . ��������� '.'..A  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars'in the river below, low water mark, that boundary to  be fixed by its position on the 1st day of  August  in  the  year of the  date of the  The lessee shall have one dredge In op  eration within two years from  the date  of  the  lease,   and  one  diedce  for  each  five miles within sW years fiom such  ; date. Rental, $lu0 per mile for the liisi  >ear, and $1U pei mile for each subbe-i  quenl year. Ro>alt>, same as placer mining. -' '       1  Placer Mining in the Yukon Territoiy.  ���������Creek, river ,gulch and hill claims'shall  not exceed 250 feel in length, ' measured  on the bai>e line or general diieciion ui  the creek or gulch, the width being from  1,000 to 2,000 feet. All oiliei placet claims  Mini] be 250 fell squiiiu.    ' 1  . ,  Clafms are'marked by 'two legal posts,  one at each end, bearing notices.' Enlo  must be obtained within ten days, if-tlie  claim is within ten miles of mining recorder's ollice. 'One extia���������day allowed  for each additional ten miles or fraction  The person or company staking a claim  muot hold a free miner's ceitificate. .,  - The dlscoveier of a new mine is entitled  to a claim of 1,000 feet in length, and If'  tho party consists of two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the output of which no royaltj  shall be charged, the test of'the pai ts  ordinary claims only.      -  ,  Entry lee. $10 .Royalty al the rate 01  two andiono-lialf per cent on the value  of the gold shipped from the Yukon Territory to bo paid to,the Comptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant ol  moie than one mining claim on each sen-,  crate river, creek or gulch, but the same  miner may hold any number of clnlms  by purchnso, and free miners may woik  their claims'- In partnership by filing  notice and paying fee of Ji A claim mu>  be abandoned, and another obtained on  the same creek, gulch or ilver, by giving  notice and paying a fee. "     , !  Work must be done on a claim each  year to the value of at least $.!00. '  ..A certlllcate that work has been done  must bo obtained each year; if not, lhe  claim shall be deemed to bo abandoned,  and open to occupation and entry by a  free miner.    ,,     , r " , .     .   ���������  The boundaries of a claim may be defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices In the Yukon  'Official Gazelle. .,-.,.  , Pettoleum.���������All unappropriated Dominion" Lands In Manitoba.'lhe North-west  Teii-ltorles and within the Yukon Territory aie open to prospect ing for peti oleum, and the mini*ter'may leserve'for  an Individual 01 company & having ma;  chineiv on, the land to be prospected,  an area of, 640 aci es. * Should the prospector discover oil in'paying, quantities,  and satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area not exceeding 640 acies, including the oil well and such other land  as mav be determlnpd,"wlll be sold to  'the discoverer" at'the rate'of: $1.00 an  ncre, subject to royalty at such rate as  may be specified by order-ln-council.  Depaitment   of 'the ' Interior,   Ottawa.  Febiuurj, l'Jtll,,        --r-7-,       '  /,        -vet ...   ,  ���������1   '    -a JAMES A'. SMART  " Deputy of the Minister'of the Interior  GREELEY IN  THE  ROCKIES.  ,'      KEVELSTOKG I,UMl!l'It COMPANY'S MILL.   ���������  Viuvv slinvvitii; mill und juril iiliiiis'aiilo ('. I'. It. in.iiii'iiiieol riil!\vn>. '  REVELSTOKE  .LUMBER GO.  The Hevelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  < ���������     -        ' : '   ���������<       r  -    ; TIME TABLE  -   (Dining season of high water.)'  ��������� Leave Eight-Mile Landing each  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY at 6 a. m.  ' Le.iM! La Pokte each  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY at*2 p. m.  --.'���������' -1    '     ' *    ,  '* SPECIAL' TRJRS ivilJ'bediiiide between dates, of regular -sailing whenever business otleicd warrants same".  ,_  Tho Compimj- lcsci-ie-the right to  change time"and days' of sailing without notice. 1 ' '--  A'. FORSLAKD^ C. D.'lJAClIER,  X       ,       Master...,'    %       '    Purser!,  LOOK   TO   YOUR  PRINTING  A Flourishing, Industry.  ���������The Revelstoke J.umber  Company  have made further' additions   to,, their  plant-this  season,   and   the' mill - ii  maintaining a cut Iof'about 40,000 '.1  day.'' Conveyers have been put in fm'  delivering the timber from   the,..iim-,  rneis to thVplaners.    ;\n 'addition   of  28x40 ft. lias-beeiVniade to the  plnn-  ing.'mill.   'The   sorting platform j has  been widened 30 ft.    A res.ivv, self feed  rip saw, "turning-Lithe,_two . matcher-,  planer,', two more trim'm ng s.ivvu, and,  automatic .grinder  I'or  planer, knives  have heen added'to  the  plant. - More  sawdust conveyi-i- h.Ive heen added.'  The   hnoin   has   been' considei.ibly  1 1,     . 1  itnpiovcd.   tlnee  outer   piers, liaving  been added,  .il-n  .1   limiii   boom   for  throwing    tin- -logs , into   the   main  boom.      These    improvements .have  been found tfuwork well. . The stall of  last season, li. .1. Stevvait has been  promoted to the position 'of foiennin,  unci has arranged the method of htind-  ling the luniliei-���������so that the mill is one  of the most economically opeinted in  the district. It. Davis ii- saw filer, 'J.  Slayten is g'tader ai.d scaler,, F. Manning travelling salesman. \Y.'"Han'ting  engineer, \V. Ktilieri-u'ii mi-iu-i, \V J.  Ellii tt pl.ining null foieni.in,'Dun  C.unpiiell, foinieily of the .Columbia  River. Lu'inbern'Company's mills at  Reaver.and Kindt/ is sawyer, II, Bullet is edger nian,' 11 iid N. Vincent is  millwright. ,<���������  The null is turning, out excellent  lumber.and rthe ceiling particularly  could hiudly be beaten. The draught  system has been improved' and cleans  up'  the .shavings'/thoroughly,, well.  The company have* all the ordefs I  they cm handle and are making a  special feature of endeavoring to turn  out lumber that will satisfy tho-ie-  quire'ments* of" their customers and  have been successful in this respect. ^  *C. F. Lindniiiik is managing director/and A. K. Jessop seerctaty-treasur-  Tlio VVoj  II<> Sobered L'p u UolnterouB  lloli-l   triiuil.  Iu  tlie "Mumoli-; of Ilem.v  Villard"  there  is a chapter  111  wiilc-li the author describes a  meeting  vvitli  Greeley   in   tlie   L'od-ie.i.     Tlie   "Tribune-  philosopher,"  having 'met with an accident which enppieil J1I111 for several  wec-Us, was an unwilling gne&i at the-  Denver House, lhe only -"liotol" in the-  city, a rude shuck ot" 11 building, vvith  canvas   partition'.,   liie 1 greater - part  given  up to  the  bar nnd gaining ta-,  bios,  and therefore  not a place, cou-,  tluelve to the quiet anil repose,of ,in- '  .vnlkls.   -.Mr.  VilliirU noticed a change-  grailually ttiking'place in'tlie usually*  benign ���������fenturcs   of, tlie   philosopher,  t  his Christian  virtues gi initially lo-jlnff  control over lilm, until linttlly one ilny;  he   lost   Ills   temper   completely   ami  avvoie at,liis disturbers "so violently,  that   I   (hired   not  believe  my. ears.'.'  Illtr wrath,  however,  did  not .culmi- '  uatu until the third  night-of Ills tor-'  tubes.   4Vliout 10 o'clock'w> i,-ot up und  limped   inlov the   Imriuum,   where   lie  thus addressed tlie astonished tipplers:  -"Friends,1  I  have  been  in' pain and  without,sleep for almost si week, anil  I ttm wcll.nigli worn.out. iQs'ovy.l am   <  aj guest itt this  hotel.  I  pay n  high  price 'for my  board nnd'lodging and  am" entitled  lo rest  dnrit'ii,' the night.'  But  how c.'in   I   get  it,,with   all  thin  noise going on,in this place?"        ,  "Then,"  adds   Mr.',Villa id.' "lie  addressed one'of the most pathetic fnpp  penis I,ever heard to those mound liiiii  to abandon,their vicious ways und become sober und industrious.   Ho spoke   '  for nearly an  hour  aiul was listened .  to  with  rapt, interest   ami  the   most  perfect respect.'   He succeeded, too. ia  his object.   The KiimbliiiK stopped, and-  the bar .was closed every nifrln at 11  o'clock as long as he remained." '    ,  THE  CASPIANt'SEA. -, -'  the mill 'has- been   le-organised  since |'er of the compai.y.  ms?&^  ?������,"<* ^���������v.  --1     .1. 1 '-7-1 It    ' , ,  ssh?'.?,?.-':':.,"., 'y-i-pP&tA". ��������� , - -h  HKVELSTOKK tCMimt TOMPANY'S MILL  View s-howins ..itudtion ol mill on  bank of Columbia  Hnei  nt K.is  UMi,  Willi booms .11 (1  cluvati-d tracl.  SBaas  suanaseim  0. J. WILKES,  Box 702.  Nelson, B   C.  Have it new and up-to-date  Get good paper and workmanship by steam power  Get your Printing clone from  on New Presses  Jsro matter what class of printing  you require vve can do it for you  Loose leaf accounting systems a specialty.  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Co.  Limited.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  SJBGSraBBBi  ., CITY PARK.  Proposal   to   Improve  It and  Proyide First-Class Race  Track.  At next meeting of the city council a proposition will be laid before  them asking that a lease be given  of the large recreation reserve on  the Columbia River, noith of the  C. P. R. tn-ck. l-iidor impiovi ment  condition-, and on tnnihir lei ms  to tlm-e on winch .llu- it-creation  ground onAMcKtn/.it' Ave. is being  handled. Tlie pnnnotei? of tlie  company who have tlie propo-ilion  in hand intendcle.iringtlie ground,  laying il down in law 11 jir.ia-, constructing a first-class nice Hack,'  grand stand and all appointments  necessary to make it an up-to-date  ground for athletic sports and race  meeting:-.  Tt is estimated thc cost of tho  proposed improvements vvill he between $0000 and *7000. The aiea  of the }:iouiid it- 'I' acies, and it is  an ideal place for the purpose.  A plan foi race Hack unci appointments has ah early been seemed, and it is believed that hy  carrying out the plan KevolMoko  can be made the point of the most  successful race meeting'- and spoils  in the piovince, as it would foi 111 '.1  convenient meeting place for the  east and west, wheie hoise-owncrs  from Calgary and the Tcrrilorio-  011 one hand, and Okanagan an 1  Kamloops on the other could meet.  RAIL AND STEAMER.    ���������  / i.  K. J. Gov le, Cl' R.' passenger agent,  who has been visiting Okanagan, con-  liiius the statement lceently publish-,  ed 111 tin Mail I hat the company propose putting ii daily sen ice on^Okan-  ag.in Lake, and the steamer York will  be en. ployed in addition to thc 4*v.bei-  deeiffor that puipose.  In the vcinaculai of C. I\ K. btako-  men a man who i^ fired has "his suspends a cut:" il .1 ti.ickmaii is let out  his "lish pl.ilc*' cnnneetions sue  broken. W hen the engineer gets .1  signal to inn thiougli ii "l.ition without leducing sp'-ed it is heciiu^e he  gets a "hiith Kill."  K. Anthony the new foieni.in of  the O. P. 1!.'���������hop1- heie, has eveiy-  thing in apple-pie onli-i at the .-hops,  vvh.eh hiive ncvei- made a bi-ttei icouid  foi tinning out woik than Lhey aie  doing now. Mr. Anthony "-tnrtod  I'.iilioading in the 111ecbii11ic.il dep.nl-  nient of (he Ciand Tiiink and joined  the 0. J*. K. -eventeen yen- ago. He  was shop fuieniiin at the eoiiipany's  shops at Winnipeg and left theie In  take charge of the company's now  shops at F1.1t William, whence ho was  tiniisfciicd to charge of (he KevoMoko  shops, wheie theie sue at pieseiit 2I.">  hands tindoi him.  'I"he pinM-i of the Mountain and  Shuswap division hn,h been much  ������tienulh(Micd Kngincs Nos. illl, 012  and ill:! have heen added for the evtia  double t-xpii-ss sei vice and run between Kevi-Moki- and K'amloop-.  Aniithoi coiisiihilaled has been le-  ceived Im the p.issungei sei vice between Hevelstoke and I'u'ld, m.ikitii:  ton 1 consolid.Ueil engines now ciii-  pioved in thi-sfiviei Nos. 11:5s. 1 1">">,  ll.l'li. UiH.  One    ot    the    Kemorknble    Pliynlcal  Vent 11 rei������ of ������li������  Globe.���������  '   OneLof tlie most re'inarkiible physical l  features of the .globe is tlio deep and ,  wide Uepi-'ssion in the uollow: of whicli  stands <tlie Caspian sea-aiul nenr-to it.  the sea of Aral.   The Caspian'is nearly  as large as*France, aud its surface isV  eighty-four feet below the level of the  "Black sea.    The sea of Aral is nearly  as  largo as  Ireland and is very little  over the sea level.   Within receutgeo-,  'logical times the vast expanse in which  these" lakes  are  found "was sea.    Its,  floor has been gradually raised, and the  watets ,filling tlie depressions are all    -  that is -lett of au ancient Mediterra-"  nenn. '4V strange feature of both hodles  of water is that although they receive  large* rivers1,   especially   the-Caspian,  into -which  the  Volga, tUo^TJral- river  and scoi-e-j.of streams from, the Cau-' -,  casus.'flow,' both have for many years  been .getting shallower.    Evapoiatibn,  for they have no outlet, exceeds the inflow.    But,  for  some climatic reason  probably, the sea of Aral and.its neigh-   ..  bor,. Lake Balkhash, have since 1891  been increasing iu depth.   Whereas the  Caspian,  like  the 'Dead  sea,  is, very  salt, owing to the rate^of evaporation,  Aral and Balkhash aie brackish only.'  These remnants of what was once a  great sea opening into the ocean, a*  tlie Mediterranean does now, still contain marine fish and seals.    Some of  the latter survive in the Aral and Bai-- .  ^kal   lakes,   having   gradually   become  'fitted for Uieirchabitiif. though it is no  longer" salt, but merely blackish, and,  in  tho ease of  Hulled,  actually  fiesU  water.���������London Telegraph  ..-������������������.a  -At  rfl  A Back Action Joke.  The traveling men ot Maine are noted for the jokes tint the.v ate always*  springing on the public, but recently  one of them got into tiouble in an unexpected way. His parents celebrated,  their golden wedding, and "the drummer had lotiK planned to' spend the  day with them. But vv lien tlie day arrived he louiid that he was too far  from his old home to get back to it, so  he sent a telegram to bis father. He  thought tlnit'it vvas a jiood time to get  off a joke on the old man. so ho merely sent the message. '-Is marriage a  failure?" " He was somewhat taken,  aback* when he^got the reply, "Marriage is not, but the icsults sometimes  ,.    ��������� "���������  arc. . .  Where She Had Telt.  '"'������ee here!" exclaimed Mr. Cltibb upon discovering nevt morning that all  Ills "change" was gone. "Dunne your  talk to me when I came in late last  night I believe vou remarked among  other tilings that 'woman fools where  man thinks.' "  "I did," replied ills wife. ";You have  no feeling, and"���������  "Well. I merely want to say you're  mistaken if you suppose I do my  thinking   In    my    pockets."  Froilivrnl   I'nllier'H Intention.  The prodigal sou had jusi come  dome.  "I really meant this reception to impress your mother." confuted tlie old  gentleman. "My welcome when I en me  home from tlie club last night vvas  very different."  Satisfied with having set a fine example for the future, he turned liis at-,  tention to the veal.  In   ComimrUnn,  "I don't believe there is anything in  the world hotter than a cup of chocolate!"  "Oh, yes there is," replied the wise  guy. "The man who burns his tongue  trj'ing  to drink  it  iu a hurry."  "'   -      -.-IT THE KOOTENAY MAIL
.   If,tyou think you would like
to star?t
* just-call aiid sec the, variety of
the senior pupils of the, city school
have undergone at the hands of
Principal .Miller1 vvas evident,from the
recent entrance examinations in which
the pupils found only ono question
on a subject which/had. not been taken
up during thc school year.'
Business Locals.
Quo as ' Diabetes, which, 'according to
thc highest' ,modern ' authorities, is
curable after, all, when treated in time.
If interested write to the Diabetic
Institute, St. Dtinstan's Hill, London,
E.G., for fi'ec information.
They keep  all   thc  necessary
supplies and chemicals.
' Call,'or send 'a post card for
i't ' v j
/ '       ' l '
Local arid General.
Social & Personal.
E. J. Scovil is organising  a' rifle as-
" sociatifin at Wilmer.    '     -   ,
'    A fire in the Driard. .Hptel"at  Victoria did $00,000 of damage.
'- The Gunard liner has reduced third
oliiss rates from England   tOr -Vinoricn,
to $12.   ', ' ,   ���' ;  <
An'increase has been made m .salaries of customs ollicers, the niinimun'i
to be .fS.'iO a year.
A telephone system has been put in
at the rille range, and works splendidly. Messrs. .Moscrop Bros, supplied
the instruments,    i     . ��� '���
A  shipment'of turtles imported by
Wing   Chung   from'" Okanagan Lake
,.jvas "th'e   fun   of   the small  boys on
"[Front St? on Tuesday.   .
At the police cou'ituon  Monday, a
���Chinaman was .fined'' a   dollar   and
-costs   for   spewing    water   from   his
mouth'ovcr clothes   lie'was ironing.
'3.   Leamy,   dominion   timber   inspector, is taking special  pi coalitions
against the spread of fires  in  the do-'
, minion timber limits this season, and
is inci easing, the  number of  rangers
where required.  ( - ,
An order in council has-been passed
permitting settlers to cut dry timber
on Dominion lands and rail way belt
in British Columbia and Xort Invest at
25 cents per thousand, board measurement. The former ice vvas "ft SO to .,"3.
Judge Martin gave judgment at
Kelson in favor of the Great Northern
jUinesin. the l'titlieii'oid case holding
xbc Lucky Jack to be a valid ami ".-lib
F. Brown intends opening a tobacco,
and cigar store.' #    .
V Lovcsquo has disposed of _ his ,.m-
tcrcst'in the Eva Hotel at   Camborne
toJ.Thcw. "'V
,1. Bovvers has .taken over his partner's interest in thc Criterion hotel,at
Camborne.     , ' . ,,'
, The Revelstoke,'Wino antV-Spint
Company have extended their bonded
warehouse. *'
Success 'in business consists in placing your.advei'tiscmont 'whero it will
do you the most good. That is iti thc
columns of tho KoornxAY Mail. ,.
��� Whec'ls of all kinds repaired and
cleaned. , Agent for 10 different makes
of wheels. ' XV. Smythe.
Bourne Bros, received this week ' a
fine shipment of -strawberries grown
at F. &;, Fouquier's  ranch,'at Burton.
Keid and Young have opened out a
large shipment of -gents ties, -collars,
neglige, aiid colored shirts for summer
wear. A
Take your wheel to W. Smythe and
have it fixed up. ''All kinds of repairs'done.. ,�� .-
- J. JLily intimates he vvill re-open,
at ./. Samson's building, Second St.,
for thc summer month-', his store for
saleof'pot plants, flovyers, boquets,
fresh -vegetables, small ' fruits, -and
tomato sets for planting.     '���
Fountain,-pens,' larges't" stock in
town, all prices, at' Red Cross -'Drug
' Dunlop single ', tube,' Morgan and
Wright and Cleveland ' tires kept in
stock at XV. Smy.thc's cycle depot.
Fresh strawberries and fruits daily
at Bourne Bros.
'Tenders are   again   being called for
the   extension    of     waterworks--  on
" Still pushing sodas  at  Bews' Drug
Store. . _ -   .
A car load of furniture will be in  in
a few days. ��� R. ITowson & Co.
' Before' p'urchasinsr '& new' one see
those instantaneous water heaters
that Moscrop Bros, will have in stock
in.ii few days. No stove pipe, no wood
and no dirt.      *
J. Guy Barber has opened out a
handsome new stock of 'diamond
rings, sterling silver, flatware for
wedding presents, guaranteed Merri-
dnn-Bricannia ware,, silver ware, 1S17
Rogers flatware, ladies high-grade,
gold mounted silk umbrellas, gold-
hended canes, the highest grade stock
E. A. Bradley left   for   Buffalo ,on
Tuesday. ,,'���<.-,
J. Lade has resigned, thc superin-
tendency, ot the Oystcr-Critorian.     ,
Tho Mayor ''returned .Monday from
a trip through the Okanagan. ,
E. Corning had a' good days sport
at Isaac Creek on Tuesday bringing
back 15 trout vvoighing'40 lbs.
" The annual', Strawberry festival in
connection with' thc Methodist church,
is fixed for Thursday 'next, afternoon
and evening.  >        , r
" Capt. IL A'.' Brown intends going to
Calgary, to attend thc 'meeting of. thc
Northwest Rifle 'Association-.on July,
5th, Gth and 7th. .     '
Sirs. R. Ilyland -and daughters
accompanied'by Miss Atkinson left
this week 'to spend the summer at
Vancouver and; Victoria.        ,   ���
The band has reason to'bc  gratified
at the unqualified' success   of   their
cntertainment'last' night, -/both   on'
account of  thc large attendance and
the manner in-which each  individual
actor performed the part assigned.^   -
"Oii   Saturday' last   the , pupils   of
Division I of "the, public   school held
tlioir annual  picnic at  Williamson's
lake.   ' A large number of 'parents and
'friends accompanied the children and
a-most enjoyablcVtime was spent,     c
The' Revelstoke  Club was opened
Saturday night. " The   following-arc
the officers :    T. Kilpat'rick, president;
G. S. McCarter,"  vice-president;  A. E.
Kincaid,   scc-trcas.      Trustees:   Dr.
Sutherland,'  Messrs.   Phipp's,  II.-  A."
Brown: F. B. .Lewis,   A.   McRae,   F.
Fraser.    *A- first-c'-a'S  billiard-table
has been secured and   the  rooms-, arc
being well titted^up.
'Mr.'Woodside. a former  resident of
Revelstoke, paid the city a   visit   th is
vv.eck and expressed himself astonished
at the tine appearance and, the  lapid
pi-ogress/'of, Revelstoke. "^"Hc ���"commented on the absence  of .the'vvhole-
sale   houses,   which   were established
here in his time,'and bit the  nail   on
the  head   when  he   remarked]:.     "1
suppose the unfair freight rates of the
C. P. R drove them'out." * Mr. Wood-
side is now a prosperous manuf.ietu rer
of lJort Arthur where he is interested
in' tlie Woodside fron' Works.'.
Mr.  and Mrs. W.- XV.  Foster were
recipients of some hand-ome  present-1
Patriotic services on Sunday at 11
a. ni. and 7.30 p. r m., " Morning subject : "The Divine plan in Human
Life." Evening 'subject : "Canada's
possibilities of 'National r-Greatness."
The church is being suitably decorated.
,,     i l'ltllSUYTKIllA.V. '       ,.
Sunday morning_: "The Value'of
Pride." Evening i '/'Our Country."
Special music of a patriotic character."
���*'     '
Notice of Meeting'
A Siisi-lnl meotiiitfof Hold Hiuijje I-nilKC No.
Mi, is culled I'm1 7, ]). in.' \\ i-iliiowlay. .lulj ii'M.
for iiiotiillaliuu of olllcd-i nNor vvliliili a hoolul
owning will bo^iei...     -.^j.now^p.a1
Revelstoke 'School' Board
'" -     Election.
In coiiieiiuence of Saturday, llio -Jiitl (if July,
liiu-inu' liccn ilcel.u-crt'ii IukhI liolul.iy. Hi''
nomination for tlie ollice of ncliool t.ni-too vvill
lie po-itiioiiuil till Moiuliiy.llio 111) ol July, japi,
nt tlio-.nine limo anil place ,ibailvcrtiseil. I lie
election llfanyj will coii-eiiiiently. bo [insl-
|ioiicilliirriiui--ilii.v, lho 7lh of J uly,.. Will, of
wliicli such election, if necessary, tminor
nolioc will bo given.       ' A" ,'.,,',.. '
(;. .1. A M AN.
Hotui'iiiiitr Ollieei-. ���
Iiy putting on Screen Doors and  Screen Windows.
'    Wc have them at prices  within the reach  of nil.-
-   '    '   Wc also have a   good ' .stock, of  Refrigerators,   lee
' I.        '   Cream Freezers-and if yoii do not want to have a
,   hot kitchen use a Coal Oil Stove,, from ?1.00 up.
EONIT EOJRGET    '    p,. ,  ,
.     We also ha. veil first class stock ol Lawn   blowers,
'Grass Shears, Garden Ilosoand Sprays.       ,       .    ������
-Ji*Oll Al.l. K"1NI)S OK llAHDWAltH,
W-VNTED��� Position   as   General
" SERVANT, can do plain cooking.    Apply: Mail Ollici'."   ,   ,    ,	
Union-Made at ;
M.A.; Wilson,Fa^^
'    " McKKN/rEAVENUI?,      ,   --    NEXT TAYLOR BLOCK? : A;
t ' '       ft f ~ , '
",    "Thc only place 'in ..'town' you.^cnii get it. 7 ,     *   .--       -^r-
-rvrANTKO-Ail^^ MI'hV and CAR-
VV IMiNTKltS. , Hiu' B"ud Luinbi-i
Co., r4id.. Aii'"vvh""d..l3. O. ���        	
ANTHD-A-'.iurg'- Ii'"e-P'"<"*i; ;�����'"'-'���
Mail    Piibli^liing
;,��� Ivniiti-uay
w.. -	
O.iiiip.inv, R'vi-M"k"
W"ANT1-:D-TWKI.VIS First OM--'.
OARPKNl'EltS. eight innnth-.
wink, w,iKes 10c. p-flicur. Apply .1.
lvi'i-n.i'gh.in, R'-vel-.t-'ki-.   '
"VTT -WT13D-A HOVtn iiiaki- him
VY. Ai-lfg'i-ni-i'.illv u-i-l'ul.--Apply to
lvooTE.v.w JMAiLOlliee.   .   - ,
work on .-md abniit'tUKS, must
1���. ulilo ui ride h.ga, ,vv.igc-s $30.00 per
month and board. Apply: Y.tjeCi.liim-
=ia Lumber Company. 'Limited, ftii-
"���.p.  RAO.      '       ��� - '       ^      - ��
,'Y -  ' ILiiiisi'in.iid, or   lldiiM-kci-per.
-Yddivss: Virginia '.l.'L.unh, -Box list,
Ui-os��lield.* N. W. T."      '    *' -   -
,'Aiir. Oim-.n* FoiiYouii Insi'kotio.v.'
T7I10.M   Itich   OiilorniK-. .ill 'llall   ���;��<'   V
,      1   -ltoo.n Do-ipis K>   I>''|"lV t"liiiiiilinr
"   Kllccls-our'Stock'and   Priced shimlil   -
meet, the nio^l   ex.iclum' roiiuiromuiits.
R. Howson & Co;,
sistcnt claim.     [fe gave judgment for I ever   imported   into   the   interior  oi
the Crows >"e?t. Coal  conn-any ir. the ' Hriciah Columbia'.
dnmngobiiits.        - !    Pure Grape Juice for summer drinks
The   Transva.il   Cup,   awarded   by . at Bews' Drug Store.
Capt.   Bell   for   competition   anions: J     Read C. B. ftume A  Co's advt.  on
���niembeis   of C.inadian'contingents tu : f.rst page of thi? isi'ie.     l    ,
South   Africa,   was   on view at C. B.'    Traveller*  visiting  Revelstoke will
llttmc & Co* store this week.      1c  is i find   the   be.-t   accomodation at   the
atpre-ent held by ceigt. Ofoscrop,   of'central Hotel, Abr.iharn?on Bros.
Vancouver. . ' *     Take your wheel  for repair,   to W.
The thoioui.'hjirep.ir.itinn wnk-h th,-, A. .���?.-!!>t.-i", '���:-<' '-.*  *��   ft- X- 'amyt.ie -.
-enior pupils "f the  cit;*' schoo'   h.iv  stor- . r-
unilereoiio .it the   hau-ls   of   Principal A   comrthing    iw   in   camt-a,���the
Millar was evident   nom    ihe   r-cent   Pr-mo   Film    I'.ick.      Cull   and    e\*-
.unirif-.    C.innd.i Dr-ii: ind P-ookCo.
U.-vf-Moke   .lri.l   Tiuiit. Lake   city
entrance examinations in which the
pupils iound only oiip- questi.ui on a
s-uhjoct which l'.ad not been taken up
iluring the ~t-buol \".uY
The   thdoimli   I'lepai-atiim   wl ioii
-i(.( k. -I ctii-- .il'ni.' -""ii
ii..in- -'. r'"' '1 -"
'ot- for -ale.    H. X. Ccnr.-i'-r
En.i- Fruif >!'������, ('it.Mtocf M iKncsi.i,
f;ij,.i V4,f-;.|i; I'li-i-phatf of  nod.t���you
,., f,l -h--   jn--iitimii-c b".ihh,     L-iri;����
...-Oi -!i,.-k at Jit'l   do-   ih-ug .-toi-
Li',..!i-oii!. ih.Mi-  oii,   tii.nting,   <ar-
...-t- i:i-l ruu'- at It.   J low son    A*    O'A
I-.ui-.itun- .-'i"rill niiniock��� i'i  -i/"���-aH   pric-���
..it Ii-d Pro- l>iii'.'.-t"i-o.
I.o-T B. tv'i-i)  *!.'���   !'"-t   "ill--'    .-I--'
,   - , ��� ,,t --��.- i.i:; --ii i��"-;u'i>- -:-   -���
-     _., ��� , ,.,���-   -\ i';i   buna'   i- .-_'!.'  ��� -I
["in.I- - '.v  ',!   pl-.i-    i" u-.'i
',      ^lill.      '    \ i'    V| v t   .   ii 'l< ������
' ii,.- .: :'..���  .in --   ���i-.""il In-t."if'  ' -'
,'i---i.l���1   i-    Mil.Hi'.'   '   trnp - '  B.
("J,. ; -utiwnir ennt uiiiti" loc il vii-a-
Koi -ii" as Ciiiiadi Mrtig .v   B'i .k <"-i.
Wlii'ii ymi .'oiii-' to   lli-vf i-tnk" i ...1
thc'.'ci.tr.il H</'!  '���>'i-1  '"  take y .'i t(
A    ^i.il'l     1   iK'l. M'i'ii
Pr-P- '
F iii -tij.ply  ".'   Iiicycl-: tilting--(("-'> I
tvi. - -it W.   \   -tnjili'-,'f"liind   K. M j
i Hmyt'iK '- -tore 1
lot" t-id.-v pi-'-mi-- t . hi- The   |-i.ii."'ic
on   the   occa-ion.of   their marriage,
among them being a   sterling   silver
mounted -et of knives  and  forks, presented by the engineering start",  and a
silver baking dish   presented  by   thc
du-paching stall".     Thc presents were
'selected from J". Guy Barber's   stock.
Other-     were -.      riupt.    Kilpatrick.
cheque; C.   P.   R.   accountings stufV,
I silver de.-ert  knive-  nnd   fork-*:   Ml-i
' k'inch. -ilver plant -vtand; Jl"r. Fellows,
1 -M\er f.-rn -und; Mr. Wadm.m.   silver
laft.-rnot.n tea set.   Mrs.   Flindt,,-*ilver
! photo   fi.ime:   Mr.    Ooyle. silver gilt
I -uiiv-'tiir.
; A ipiict wedding took place on
.-".iturd.iy at Salmon -Arm, at ^the
leaidenc- of I). T. Forbes, brother in-
i,i'.v i.f the bride, when Olive,yoiintxcst
dauu'ri-.er of fit--.A. St'-wart C. H..
' for.in.-r y of BintV and Calgary, wan
nurr'K-d to William ' M'asborough
r\i-i'-r. ;i"-ist.uir to riupt. Kilpatrick.
.in.I eld-st -on of Mr. Willia n Fo-ter,
' oi Vaiv-ouv-r, and lab' of rilr Hid,
IhiKland. '1'hu ceri'iiiony w.h por-
ii,r-ii-"l by !.'(".'- <!   V   I'l-o-'tiniiT.    The
in the iimuer ..I THOMAS ])OWNlU,doee.i-ed,
"ml in the m.itlei oi the Ollici.il Adnniiis-
ti.ilors' Act. , *
MOTICi: Irf HEHEHV CilVKN iiml li> ("dor
IN or Hi, Honor J. A Form, Uicul -fjulKe,
ilnt.'C lhe (ith day or .rune. l'Hll, Goorite bmitli
J cl" rti'i-. Ollici.il A.liiiiiii*ti.il..r Tor ih.it purl
o I oi.te.i.iv Cou.nv , i-ompri-ed w.tl.ii. ;
Hmol-lokeWectoii.d District. Im- boi-n Kranteil
lettoi- or iiilmuii-ti.ilir>u. to adnnni-ter .ill ami
iml'iil.ir U.e osl.itcol Tli.im.'is l")i.vviue. dece.-i-ed,
"'Vvni-'URTHEH TAKi: NOTiriC that all
(���L.UMs upon the bind e-iate imi-Uie -onI in lo
tlio-aicl.AcIinim-.tr.itoi. .it hi-, ot ice. Uv peri.il
Bml 1 >cK-. llevol-toki-. B. C. vyitliin .��(!..��
r o . ihe date lie.eol. .iHer which time .ill pro-
ceeil-Av-ill ho di-tnlmled unions the parlies
...��full, lhoiouut.^.lliS.j^H jip(,A
Ollici.il Admiiiistr.ilor.
Bated the l'ah day ol .Tune. 10(11- 	
Hi- riovver. L*iui( and Ve���'istiilile Sloie in
ON    MONDAY,   JULY   4th
F.e-h Vo'-elalile-. rot Plant- a.ul l-'lovver.-. nnd
KruiirorSale Older- taken Tor UicayKn.w,,
- Tomato mid oilier I'lunl- for scUmx oui.
i-   I
Neatly and      jfo Kootenay
Expeditiously . ������     ;
Executed at.   ��^ pfflCf
They ape Fire Proof I
McKon/.io Ave. |next nmirno H��>-. Moiol
First-cities   Area Is.   al^o    short  orders
" -orvi.'d day and night.
Mrs. R. E. McKittrick. Proprietress
Wholesale and Retail
.   .   .   .   Meat Merchants
Head Office' Abattoir and, Cold Storage'
f^^^^^Oalgary, Albert,
a n(
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ji j'i'ii
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;. i > ,--'i,.i.'i        Mr    aii'l    '-rr-
��� ���it f..!'a-,     '-'''ii'l'il   lioni yniooii
i, \<-l-, >, ,i:id ii-c <oi-t citie".
Wit s
APAA Moscrop Bros.
Sanitary Plumbing, Hot
Water & Steam Mealing.
Pipe Valve Fittings,
General Store and
Restaurant Keeper
A Prime Stock: ol (iroecrici
, I'm it,
t-i-;i'' fin: window,
l|j    I'llpl;     jM'Miii ���     <.    - i
in-titni'" "i London, -tabii-b..1 ,-n fPJectric Lamps, Door FJells c'ind
J. A. IH (.i-ir.vvT.
-ci. n'llic -.(-(-aicb into th<- oii'.'in,
cm- ni'! tic,if'.i- ot of Ili.iln tf - and
' .;,r. .4<;,,ri.|,n \ -v iiiptotn-. iroiit, i ii'-u
ni.it; i.i. (M'biiiiclr-, etc Ifardly anv
ih-i.i-'- i- - ''.'-''" inidi-i-toi-i'l and at
tin- -.nut- Niiie-o in-idi(uii.iiid daii^f-r-
Electric Fixtures ?,fn'd" P��l In.
Second Street, Revelstoke
Tiv o ii  leu! .""oila-, let' ('���>>.��� in, rilriivv-
Im nn - and Oii-nni.    Ciin't be
liiatcn in lhe City.
C.J. Wilkes
'[Sncco->-��r lo l)i. Cnin-1
G-olcl Crown and Bridge
^Work a Speciality.
Dental Parlors over Bew's
Drug Store, ���
\ll  Kindi niAloliliin^ Work Done.
.-"i-vviiiK Miicbiii'-- and  lii'-ycles UK-iuied
iiiul   l.'i-p.uir-d.
Kcv- litl-tl on the .-!li(irte-,t Xoticc.
,,','"H,t"     FIRST ST
Siilv.iiK.ii Ai my    '  * 'V^ l     ^ l '
T. 0. 0. F.
An open iiiHtallutioii of ollicers
of Selkirk Lodeo Xo. 1'2 and Revelstoke J^odgo Xo. 25, J. 0. 0. F., will
bc-'held in Selkirk Hull on July
.-ith at 8 p. in. All sojourning
brothers and their ladies nre cordial! v invited to attend.    Uuncmg.
Gjtas. Sam Woe
i ���
(Opposite Jos�� IRiiiie, Clold Elill Hotel
II ti iid ing.
Painter. Paperhanjier
and Sign Writer.
I'stimnti;- f-'iven tor all l,-iii(l-.ol lioiiae iMinliiif,'.
Oidur-. lor I'lliicili.iiiKini,'ami K.il-iiiiiiuinis vvill
icccive prr.inj.t nltciilioii.
AHDIUCSS i I'. O. liOX ���>:,% or
SI-CONl) ST., Heliind C. P. R. Shops.
OrdiM-, lult at J. \V   ncnncU's vvill bo '
liriiinplly attciidcil to. I
has opened in the Cowan Block the.
be-t makes of silverware mid cutlery.
Agent for Raymond Sewing Machines
Piniio- .mil Ort'.-nis -old or cxrlintmcd
THIHD STUIZET,      -        -      HEVELSTOKE


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