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Array I I  READ BY '  ���������       5,  PEQPLE.>  vmimuuiammtiixaaeimtaemiacaiuiiviamiui  TyYY- ""jvS^SJSl  \ ' /" v. u^rll)'tJ/ WJ$M  . /       t      Ti '   e (f     , ^iWw I  1^7  '/'i'<l'H  $ Li  Vol. lO.-^Nb. -16.'  '.RISVELSTOKJE: B. G.'JUW 18,.li������08.  wai������MMiniatjngs^aBauTBaw(TOi������w^  :Staple;;;ahdt:'Fiaricy: 1)ry*; Goods '  V*'        _' ''   '  ' <   V > ^   < ��������� ���������<       ''  ^     Keady-Ma.de,01o1tmilg,,    ,������ t  J{Men's' Furnishings/ Hats; Caps, Boots; Shoes'-  ' - , <��������� Is;. "  f   a     '   .        -    ,l    ��������� i i*  X i    * 'r ������������������������ Tl     - '  Our*Geo. A. Slater "Invictus Boot" is a Daisy. < Ask to see il.  ' L    '   ' >E.    "< ," i   "     *���������       ,    *   <i     ,'   .,  - "    ' -     ������    ���������     frf' .. . i ^        x , p  ^^ ������" 'Notice a;FWl6y*���������puSSpjEcIal;LWs:'1,.'1 ' ���������:  '/ ''   <       *,-."** l>'^ *   ' RI'JtiljLAIi J'     NOW,  ' Moil's Suits in' oruv and mixed colors, $6"5o/l__$4:.50  Mon's Suits in oruy and mixed colors, jo.oo, P    .    7.00  , ,;    '',?,,     !t       .    ��������� ������   S   E- ,("    J      V       /    .   ,r      ''���������" l-r   r*/~w  Mens'Suits HEoroy andfmi'xed colors,  i;i,oo,',y ,'   ,7.50 >  Mon's i Rai'irtSatsf r/. .' A ) I!"'....'. 1". . . 16.00,"   r  lb.00'',  CAMPAIGN  w  C'x  'Men's 'RaiivCoats. .<. .^. . . . ^.,i .-.'. . . .; 7.75/   *  Men.'s Tuh'llJootsf ^^"^V^ow "Call* _'*5.oo/^  >JU,  * Men'syTan' boots; ���������  - 'Men's'T.iii'Bo'ot?,  4r    ,  ' Vic i'.Kid."  Box Calf.  5.00^  ^���������������%<?u  5.00 ���������  l2'.5o*  2.50  .'2 00.  il   .Men s IJ lack Upots,    'i   JjunookuKid,  2.50,..^   .1.25=;  .  ;i .\Ltklics^RciiiirCpajsj".7.,. .''. .y. . . . v,'. . id.cio,   /  '   7.00  ^1  ' Iiadies' Rain'Coats."."'. ...... y .'. J Y. X.    6.o6y    y"4.00'  Ladies' Raiir Coats. \ .\ Y. . J".. . .'. .i. .'^ 47=5,  ,  WST?Ml?8Df  Opened In Earnestly F. Ogle���������  JjW. Bennett Candidate. 1   , -  ' Thai Iho foi low ci1. of tho��������� sociiilist  iiiou'Miunl iiilond _,to tiikei;an"'iictive.  pin li i 11 jt ho electoral "ciiiiipaiyn is eyi-  dent'noniihe eai,iiu-tnpis������ with which  tlicyiuo goin'j.' iit_it.!F. Of.de, who  ifcontly 111 rh cd. fi din 'England,.wliciG  ho look iin'activo [iiirt' in the foiwnid  niovoiiicilt, hus ' heen* nppainted 'or-  Hiinis^r foi.Kcvulstol.o, nnd JVW. Jlon-  nott lias Ijuoii .selected us the soeiiilist  ciiiulithito.. Oiien 11 ir meetings ^nro  hold nightly 11 ml' tonight i.l. JL, lliiw1-.  Iliointliwiiito, ox-i.l.l'.Kfoi- Niiniiinioi  will mldicscj 11   mooting nt  tin/ opoiu  hoilM).      fr *y) ''���������!���������'  Tho isooiiilists opened their cilni*  paign on Wodnosdny night, nboiit fit)  iittendhig., .11 W. IJ011110LD intiodtiood  Iho >.|loiil.(_!'JdCOgle, iindrsiiid thut,*i:i-  istend of. [unionising tlio ''other side  Ihey should supno'it Ihoir owi.'nanois.  ,    a' . . n"        ������  , '       i'.,oai.c. \  who is ii^good --iioiikei,, c\plninod Jtlmt  while ho.liml opposed  thp sociiilists*ho  Intel licoii compollod   liy Ahp/nioiits-of  Iho'.ociiihat, plntloi in .iiul' thoMUgu-f  inoiit&Yif its speakoib  to   tlnow'in his  lot wilh Llie ll'syuiiili-_t'.. "Ab .sooi.ihsts  ?)  3.00Ji;  ^ _". i.y_   _^_.'i. f     -y>Xy    < A  '"'.^.yllnO assortment of*1 i3ress'and  ��������� *'c    ,Cu'rtaiir,Miislins.    " Yyy<  _J l I      . t I! -  tj'   "{' lvindly- favor us with 'your mail order.   fV"   .  It will receive prompt attentidn.     x ' 1  ^ X , ~%*r    - '    ������ ii. ' ��������� r  ,,       >  '  0 t   . .  j. * 4*F .������ jv ,t yy , t   .       (      ^      -������ .      '  j^.Sik 11���������j-ur tu 't'.i> lor J3ro������. & Geoigc, Liinili-fl./  -M������m-in������������mi_-i������-i  ,-0-t    .,     *i   -,,,.  "TK"  {i.Wv!.r  XXX' c^^^',^^v^f^(^^.^f^'^'^,^j^<^f^^  < I  ���������o.^Vh-  7 i- (*)  .*,*: "Men 's^������apflis������lin^'9 wB oo^/^Sfioes^Hafe^Oaps^  ^1   TV ^r Ju.   4       U--��������� .n^*li    4-*-/,^/     \ j=     ^        1./      J i   tu       i     -     v/ ^ t- 7i    1     --     L v>J^T  V-^" ^---Jh-j    t_������_r^ !s.*Dn������ nVillir'ATTPi-'oT lT������TlUTTI.Tn - f!_liL,i-. -!.     ������"--   <2?  ijYrt  ^;read yim-ade^ clothing:  i,1,- ������������������  <>,(.  Big Horn Brand,'B. C.-Union Made Overalls, Shirts; etc.;'^  u   v Boys "Suits, Boots; Hats and Caps.-   .-        x;  .    *.    * '     ���������������-Pi      '  ������.   1 .   , >y*&  -1     J\V    REVELSTOKE STATION, B   C.  M"       '    ^V'  (|?^0^0/-|l,-^(^5.-^)^(^)l^(^fl^l^o|7^  Ihey luivo nothing to <gnin "pel s>onn I Iy *.  Weiouho.. to.bLiuly lliou'owji poison.il  inloiC"*ls Lhoy ( w'otikh inoat1 cou.iiniy,  hcl6ngtto eno'oijOLher ofu the'politio.il  piuLiesj.   JIc leviewod rtlie  inovoiiicnt  nijjMigl.ind. yHo lui* .id Jicvcl������lokcnwiit>  conuoinod   h'o' holiovod,".sthoy    weio  'stioiigaiiuoiiists.    Sonio mciij had tho  lilc.i th.it 'tlio ~tiiidca "union in nidus-  timl .itl'.iiis Jw.ii*iiilhcicnb^fo'i Hh'oni.  JIo,"w'iib~ .nnenTliur^of^tlic  Am.ilg.i-  inatod Society of Engl nod b tJj %'  < <>  1  In tlu^ \\cst co.i-it .ftliey ' h.id   h.ul  mimcioiiii'''ts.tclc "disputos^Kt'bii   in  winningithi'y lo&t -   tlc,g.i\(T*'hi^ ,oiui  cvpciiunoo ln^ii.btiiUu extoiicling (5\ei  ^two ye.iis,\uTd "tlnco 1110111lit>^ 2'i'hclu  o.itno 11 tunc! wlion" dcfo.it  iiw.iitoditho  trndo^, union and that was lii-theT.ill'c  V.'ilOj^dooisioii',  whoro   the   men 'lost  the nght;^ they nlw.iys  behoved they  possobsoil, tOiiiisO pickets and ondc.ivoi  to foicc llien-position-j'Thc'einploycrs  got"'damages7.111101111 ting  to'-.^113,0U0  against llioJ,unioii.''*"JIc told Hliem lie  was glnd they had lost." ^TlnVt was the,  only tlnng  thlifc  \\oiikh'coii\cit thorn  to the' oil or of tlicii waus    (L.iughtoi )  l.        M j    ,*������>..-.   .y. ������r - t '"  4 ,       I'OI Ll'tCAl.   Kl.l'lil.Si:>'IAHO.N,./     ty  *' Inimeiliatolj' tlie^deeisioirwiiVma lo  ah tho "jtinono ;iosc rto^,.*ii,tni.iii,<iiiid  light tlnoutdi tho connliy thoqiie&tmn  ot poliLk-.ihac'pi osentiition^c'.tnic/up,  and thermions decided 'the tiiife'liad'  conicjW hen th5y��������� shouldt tyk'e polijucal.  iction JiNowlXXltliey... lyi'l A*$IoU,(!00_.to  wheie, after  lodiioing  tlio  tiani'i.ito*.  fiom 2d. to a l.nli-ponily nil  over Iho  city thoy hud a stuping of !f200,00() a  year'for  the  honelit  of >tho cily nfLoi  niovidmg intoiOst, nnd''sinking  fihu"  .Siiiidorliind ,'ind ,1'pio'lifc'of $lO,OOU,nin  Xcwo.ist'le-oii-Tyno gf   $122,000  fjon  (ho tiiiins.  ,Jf  tho ,'iioney,  could*,1)0  found to tnki'iovor tho public utilities,  why could it'not ho found to lake elver  thq woikshop^  and  opcinto  them* in  (thednleieata ()f the pi/vide"-' (Choeis )  In   Cnniitlii   thoy    woio   not 1 na ! fur  iidvnnced as,in EngHind.    '        " f  '/in; Kixa'AND tiii: n' i^n'o -,'rX  Things woidd not ho'111 lowed 19 go  lis thoy-hnd giMiq.'iu II. C. w'ilhoul! lh<-  slrongo.'-t opposition on (ho , pni! .of  the sociu'lislu.^ (Olicers).'' Onnadaavus  11 big country. God innclo, it, thuJ\ing  rujed it; nnd tho' 0. I'. It. ownotU it.  (Uuighlor.) ������ Ho rt'forred.l'o (hoToceul  stiiko in ' Vancouver, whoro' n niiin*  named Itogcis was iiiurdeicd.' pTIio  pioseoiitiiig couii%ol w!ns p'rosidoiit. of  tho lihenil party in Vn;icouvei',|iind  shelved Iho o.viiiuiiiiition ol witiiesks  against the 0, P. liy mini - who jhvus  uiniigncd. , Jlo asked them 5if ,thcy  should'back'a piuty up who Inula'  niiui;;)il{o that at tho licad of its  all'iiirs?, Jt wns'iul in it tod on nil ImiuU  justice 'wns irnot' done. ^Lilieiiil^nnd  conspmitivojiiominees^ wuie n I Ion oil  free pusses by'^ho Ctl'.^ii/'duiing .11  'election ciunpaign. i-Why wns it? The  diicetoisTof'tho com-inny knew ifdialf  iijdo/.en socinlists ,woi'o^ letiunOiUfoi  this ,iuh(l o^ttier/" tli\ isiinis' tlie band  would play, nnd tho,(0. I'.'tt would'not  hkejtl.o tune. (hniighiei.)������ff As to  Diiiismiiii it-would-iie ild giciif loss 1!  he sluilllocr oil tlu������ moitalf coil nnd  ^oiit���������todindes. t^h.uightci )x"* y V  '>'?"< 'Jiinrn oanFudatijI X"\ti '  ^ Thoy intended/' tunning, licnnott,  who wns stiaight as ,n'n"afrow' ITc  mged thein-Jlo-"phiiiip-''fori "Bcniiett,-  ictiun liii)i'\ir tho head, of. the'r/oH','  and they ''would nc\ej 'vh.i\e','ciu,iso to  legiet h."fGhccis ] yie'o'opcludod by  iinitin'g (iiiestiO'is       ,,.''- -    "'  Y      i      1 , P*[lhhnos'>. ���������   1,    i    1  II  W. Kdw.uds���������IJ.nc tho socialists  .mv scheme "foi piudliasc'ei 11111 ways' t  y Mi. Ogle���������Rc'tuin the.socialists and  'they will  lie <|)iep.iied',w ith-M's-Jii'ino  \Vhe1e\01 ,thcy  ha\e j'ti 101I thoiiji.uul  in-niuniciiial ,1111'aiis^ thoy' have siicj'  'ceeded   -Thc.O P.'jlTshould^nofc h i\o  much consideration hec.iiise'.tho pcoplo  fpuiul the S'ijowoy,of. n.11;.and,if-."lhe,\  took it back'theie wouldnot boiiiiuch  h.unTdonef   " > " \ ' " yy   ;   "-, '     *.J *  *^I 1'1'eply' to'"*au^ther -c|ucotiom,tlie  spcake'i s.i Kl^uii'deC'soci.iliatio^go'v'oi 11-^  ment it would(be easy 5(0 do liidifc and';  difficult*to dojWiong  AIP.i ni'an.ti-i^cr  t'o do 1-ighthunder, ino^eiU'/cmuhtioiis?  he paid 5������ (kh in'thu pound .'iiul'wont 1  thiouuhTthc h.inkijiptcy com t   ~*-*������ ^  '  '   On Thuis(l.i.\v-Messii 'l!uuuott������ and  Oglojuldressed about 100  pco'ijIFh^olii.  !{!200,0U0 subscnlied and in tended'ie" tllS U,::cl st''Jul piK-iMcICen/io aveniie  turning 7,0 to, 80 iiiciirbcis at^ie.xt | ���������\ Bonnet^ pointe^-our tho*--T,Ulo  elccLioTi, of which   27  oi   2S\\oiopio"   ^?',���������,,"'   '       '''���������  nite statements mve you a chance  to  make compai isons.     We arcselling a lot of tilings these   R  da)s   below the  market   price." f You   need   them, "and  "should   have * the ��������� benefit/of them/   The plain shopping,  truth is we have certain lines   that arc  marketable now  > that will not  be three or  four   weeksHicnce, so we make  the'price that w ill induce quick selling. "   ^     >     ��������� r  'PI'trawl Hats:  Our Straws must Go.     Next week wc wi  Regular $1.00 price Straws for. . .  Regular 50c price Straws fcr ." 25G  Regular 40c price Straws for 20c  clear them.  .. 50e '������  "W"hite "Wear.  Ladies White Skirts  Regular $^.50 Skirls for $1.00  Regular $1 00 Aprons lor. ...]...     65c  Regular $1.00 Drawers  for       65c  Hardware  Wc make a specialty of Camping and Miners' Outfits,  cairy.i co/nplete line of Shelf and Heavy Hurdwaie.  Miners and Contractors will serve their own interests by  getting our quotations ���������  r'l  ���������;rocer-ies  \\ c ri! flh .i(k|M.u ieis for al  ' .! ureries .uid \-> ih Im nish  in illc 1  how meal in  sip.ill  kinds ol   Si.iple and   Fancy  quotations  on  any older no  LIMITED.  Millinery and Dressmaking Parlors Second Floo,  nouneed socialists  -The same wOajon wai going to bo  uved'viagainst tlieni hoio JJiiiisiiiiiu  nu\oi������intei!oicd'w ith his'nien so long  as they did not belong to a union that  did not go into politics, but'when they  detei mined to use 'the"' political  ni.iclnneijylic knew it would be tinned  against hun and thc capitalist class.  JI Ci said to them "You lu\e sent  this man to make laws for you nnd  you h.iiC' got what you asked for  (choeis) - md sei\e \ou light'1 He  was glad thej got. w li'ippcd , It did  ueoplu good to get a w hipping as thoy  did betti'i iu'\b tunc       ^   ,  '.IIII.UMS A.\'l)   JOIill.S   '  't'ho hbeials weio woiai* tliair the  toiios bciausethe libci.ils pionnscd a  gieat do.il and ga\e them nothing,  while tlie toiy said vtraiu'lit that he  h.is looking .lltei*" \c-tcd inti'iests nnd  pioniised notliinir ^ 'i'lii'\ inight^sa.N  that was not. ������-b in Canada It was  just as li.it! and ,l i^icat deal woiso as  1.11 as coi uiption was concoi ned  i'A!i:-n \v ion rnr. ,wonivi;KS ������������������  Thu\ had a socialist lopiesont.itive  in Haw tliOMithwaite JJe biought in  a cl.uisi- to piuM-Mit I^iiiisiiuui niK-'i-  foiuig wuh bis men boc.iii-i' iln-v wee  nii'iiilji. 1 s of a union ih;w many  voted foi it' l-'oui--foi a ine.isiiio to  piotcol the woi kei.  As the icailt of the T.illo Vale  decision a wen01 named Shnokleton  w.isuotuined to p.u liament buoh a  thing had ne\ei ijocn known in the  histoi\ of huicoliishiie \lla biought  in a hill to miike tiie Tntte \*jiIo  decision uppli to employci- as well ns  oi'iplojec. 'l'hey would see that was  fail, but, 111 a full iiou*-o of between GOO  and���������700 it w.i* defeated 'by 20 What  took place 111 Canada took plnce in  K.iigl.ind and all o\ei the world  , Uolh libur.il and toiy weie delei-  mined lo ciu.-h thcni. Dont vote  libei.il 01 loiybtitgo straight foi the  soei.'hst ticket  ���������I le 111 god them to come again nnd  biimr some chinch people, nnd thev  would -co why the\ '���������houid he socialists  Tlie socialists weie tho best chiistinn-  m the woi Id so far as tho teachings of  Chi 1st weie concei ned.    (Clieeis )  ���������V.ilc''decioion diicctly affected" the1  unions 111 ������C.madn and the''States, as-  nf Rutland the niachiuists'iiinioii Ji id  already bucn'mulcted in a consuloi.ihlc  sum ns -damages foT pickctbmg then  emplpyeis r     i       _ " y  aims Axn onu.crs.  Socmli-ts   .umed  at  the  1110.111s-  of  production���������mines,    woikshop1-,    fac  tones and distriluition,  hem",'  owned  by thc people  and  conducted   111   the  mleie-t of the   people     If   thN   weie  J   llieciM' inen like Dunsmuii  and hold  I'cnilnn i.niili! not   h.no thc powei to  J   sa\ whothei miu  should   uoikoi not.  Some  people   isked   how   they   weie  ���������.'ding tu u'i't the   money   to   (akoo\ei  the moms (,t   piodiictmn '    When (he  mittei was thoioiichlv sifted, and the.v  ij! lien in to lead   tlie\   wunld lind a gi eat  J  deal of the  wealth   and   nieiins of pio-  3 Iduetion h id   been   filched   from  them  witloiil.m   eniisidei ilitin :it al'      He  $ I mst'inced the   beiu'lits   lCsiiltuig fiom  l^^^vS2SJS3������2?5aSERri''|iniinieipal     owii"i-hip    in    '.ilasgow,  DEATH OF MRS: J: J. FOLEY.  A ������hock   went, tlnough tthe , enm-  miuiity   Wednesday   as the news was  en dilated of the death of   Mis   J >T  Foley   of   Auowhead.    The   decca-ed  was one of the most popul.u and liisjhly  esteemed lathes of the   distnefc    JJ111-  1M1.  Foley's  iccent illness she becaino  affected with   nillamiii.itoiy 'iI1c11111.it-  tism nnd to this weie added othei complications     ishe   was, lcmoi'ed to thc  Halcyon Sauitaiuim, wlicicDts Suth-  eiland, Riettand Clup'peifield attended  Jier. and nil that medic.il"skill could do  was done     Up u\ tlio end of last week  bei health   showed  impioicment, and  it was hoiicd she would so'on be able to  ictiiin home, but on Monday a change  foi thewoisc set 111 nnd she died about  11 p m. Tuesday     The   icmnins weie  biouj-ht to Rewd*-tokc Wednesday,and  on  Tluiisd.iv   1'ioiiiing   J?c\    Father  Liidnii ccleln ucd Kijuicm ni.issiit the  C.'tlioho (lunch, wheie iho  loliui   laj  wieatlic'    iie   lloweis   -out    bv loving  fuends     A   goodly niunbei'ol citneiTs  attended  'the   solemn    -ui\ ice     Miss  Oni Mil pln.vul Mi iideKohnSculobi.iled  funeiiil 111.111I1 and    Ihi-chon s,in-rt|l0  piotiy   livinu    "Neaiei   Mj    God   to  Thee"    Aftei seivieotho fuin.i,il   eui-  tegc proceeded :o the  i.iilwny si uion,  nnd   the   icmnins   weie  funvnided 111  charge of h. iMchille, 1111 old   fuend of  the family, foi .11(01 ment nl   Toionlo.  iMc-sis    McC.nly.   I!odKois,  J.(i. Mo*  IJonnld, Hobson, Melville and   Knnpp  weie ] in 11 bcaiei.s.  Among those who .sent widths weie  Mcsdamcs Ainan, Dickie, A.iM.Sinilh,  II. .1. Ijouiiio. .1 II. Iiul.insoit, iMeln-  t3sh, Misses Mcrntosh, i\li nnd i\!is  McNiiught   v  Much is\mpalhy ;s fell , with Mi.  lsoley(iu his sid beienemeiil Aii  Kolej was ,111 old emplmte (if the C  I' 1! Ii.niin: juiiied ihe ,ei vice in 1SS*2  In 1883 ho mow d to Kewlsinkc, and  in 188!) went lo Toionlo wheie he nnd  Mis Foley weio m.iiuul Ketuiiiing  to Revelstoke thev nude I hen home  heie till 1S!)5, when .Mi Kolev icsigncd  his position with tho U P L\ and  weul In Aiiowlio.id, biuliling the Lake  View hotel, whnh lh(\v have since conducted Mis Foley's fathoi, Jam a  Finlonu', livesat Toionlo, w hoi o theie  aie also iluco man led sistois of do-  ceased Mis Foley will Ik; much  missed iji the eninmunily \\ heie, by  liei 1-indnes- nnd sleihng (jualitics.  she had made m.inv *i lends  mTWUTrao-JCT.rTy^r.-jH.������ATyyiwr.'i'." ���������-'yiyre^.-.. w-^^yy.  ejIUJKJtlH'AltAOK.  Mj'in.he^  of 'iiip. L. 'No. JC58  .i'ikI Tuns Jiluos piu'.idedVjn Stiiulnv,  July   12th,   to ��������� the ��������� Piefehyterhin  elnuch,<24   nienibers" Uik'ingj;nit  under JJio. J.^hnw, nurf-hiill:"'i'lio  ^lituch'wus prettily rloc6rutell with  'flowers and oni'nge'lilies-.*1 rKev.'\V.  C.'Cnlcler' preached- from  Jrisliuii'  rIX.-C,lf'WliaL ������ moan   y,e by  these  .siniies." i Tho) Kev'.'gehtlemnn 'said  il was part of,' (ho business of that  Way not only/ to cull  up tho hat!le  of the H5yno!.,btit.ItO'cultivate Unit  spirit i.i' nnititv'iclo lo Gotkwho lui'tl  done'so much'for tlieni, , Tho gioa't  refbrni iiiovoiiiont rolninded  ihem  thoy worejnot ?yot   freo  from that  powcrilhiit only  iicedeiltho opportunity (o repeat iwlnit  it had done  in tho past.. rl[ori'ovie\vcd tho story  of tho , btrugglo ' iinjlloTlaiid,* the  y|iiinisli Arniada, the early struggles'jn   lingl.iiul,'r (icoll.ind   and  "Iiolnnd, tlio cmigriitioii1 of  tho pil;,  ginii   i.iiliei.s" to,iLAineiie.i, "(Ineen  fiifin'honicJ.iy porse'eutionr   As the  Piange'cliu'ni, pound oil   throughout  the   land, not"  only'1 here' bui., in  Auptr.ili.i.uncloivtho southeni cross,  fa in JSnghincl^Scolltuul or li_clnn'cl,  the question' was "asked ,vwhy * per-'  petuate this? <i M/hy 'not  let 'it  go'  with Uic^pa^t  and^cease'to be\tnt  clciii'oiu*-of,strife? \ If there'was "not  something'/to."Contend ,.for,   that*  which they lcpio^eiitedj- as  an or-  ganis*.iti(on wouldyccafe  to-, lie, but  tHc**=atne,powers which called them  mtdy existence i .is r,ehampions /-of  libei ty.stXilb existed, arnd' the}' were  UicioMo  defend '(hose* lights and  piiyileuies   that' dnul , lie'en   'won  tlnough (iib(and blood.'   ICwas not  a quairel with Roman Catholicism.  Il was, bee.iuse Ronio  was f>a~great  political  inrluenceifai'icl   wfinteil'ito  lnuld"'iip; hei   jiower1 and tocuit.ul  ihe hbeities ot ^ the people that tlie  battle ol* the Royno was remembc^-1"  ed. *-He uibtaneed*'the  a'dvancc (of  .the cluneal pur.tv in<Geiniany, and  nUialisin in J������nu 1.11mI^both''agoncie&  of t'liOinitcret;tsl;ot;Ronie//'.Thd*redu"-  cation.il haUlc'in 'England was an  cfioit tb? gel^contnblVof^tlic'youl.liX  ���������andth&ld the*m*,rin'iiii6>,fgt-.iep.' 'Out'  on lhe piaiiie'.'Ma'nitoba was face io  r ',1.1. .1,1     t I .    i      x , U>,1   ..  iaco'WitlK thc  &luiggle^agani-J.lhe  ftec Hfliool.x >TlipJ_j0.i'i'Jy 'tlnng^iluit  -1M^} ^iL'Sr'1!. ^:!5^������X^inl?c--nt',iiy'ni!1Si  the Ten itoncsyiiTiXo if pibvince.'.viis  ' f A ,large consigriirierit of CROCKERY'  ''" just, to hand; inelVdiri^air kinds'"of- v /���������'  '" '/.GLASSWARE "for Hotel* and "House-"  (1   ,-   '   '  !���������  'ft  "Vil  'hold.'use.  >���������  X   My'>r[W;  - yt .,^1 i'P mi  ) ^fif: ���������������������������  yt~sU  I' >u ; No. *I; CffEAMER Y ^ BUJTTER' in ���������;  '%;\]y prints and boxes, EGGS,,''Califdrni'af-% /-'  ^ ?r<ancrjBritish'"Columbia 'FRUITS^W' "'  ivin'g, daily by Express.     -V T7<  ' '       '{   ' T--,:..r....������,J,l^l '" ''���������'   'y   . "  -,   ������fc-*L r . - * ���������>  ,  Em abeos  SUMMER ? GQOBS  y     ��������� rAT^MONEY-SAVING PRICES.t"V    vri  y .r*  i  . Cadi us'  P.llll V Pfll.lMll*., >-,lli. |IIUI>($1 ()(),. w"        ,t   '1f'*���������tJ"*  f OliildiHti'N Fancy Pur.iioN. saU' pntv '2oe.'' f.  '''/f     'XX  ���������, Ladies'Print, Conunii'P, i i'huI.-ii !j!2 .")().    .Sale |ii fee $1.50.   A  Jvidi-s' Mii-lm On-itiiiiii's, $,i,^i|,. |iM(..- $i.jp.:\(.tr'"',', r ?>"-  ^    i L.tdu-V WIiiIh Piqui- aifd Um K .Skill-, $3. -al- piicc" $3.60.-,        r  ', .   -I. idii'-' ,\Vr.i|ij)i'i ^', mil' huo. n^ula'i y2 00. -ali-'pnc- S1.2j.\\ 1(l ^ ^ . y  - ,y Oiiiltluii"* o'r,aoi\,'|*-, $ljmrl .SI,iV-,ilf p: icv."JO.; ,-;,��������� ' "y    ,yy lL-    *  J(Joloi i (1 Jt*u>lui-, snlc in n-f Sf pel   \nid7J   ?��������� "   t~,  , S,'<i���������������r      '-  i     i'l ml*, in (lli'ck-5 il nd Ml I pi1-, -.ill-* pili-i- /i* per v.ii^il.      ,-ii^s^wi "-., 'Je[  \ .Dli-adad'Cotton-, HU inches, ������.,ilt>.pii(>',7c p*'i*'yfai(l.;*     Y 7, K       'il \  1 it.Pill"W Col tun-,' H nielli*-, -ah- pi It *��������� liVcpj-i yuil.   I,   -? ,X- - ",x- L-.V1  y^'IJIiMthed SlieoliiiR, siln'piict; 25c per yiud,  1 ho lahoi, coiHcnl um  ���������hoosc   (In* <_���������   liluials  ,i;.  (I lie-      Gill I- I'ulfy   icfii'  IIOIIll'l itlllll  I    \' mi nn\ ci  ,   111 mi i unh  id   lo  .f'CI'Jll  tliey would have to face the question  Jof dual language-and-Piotc^tani*  "and Catholic scboolb. - They should  keepever befoio .them the clangor  of icncioaclfment by Rome. 'Llu  uiged tireinUo be men of honor and  tiuth Their organisation ciiibodiecl  all that called for manliness Mnd  true bolia \ iui   < *  fm: I'AitADi;.  On Monday  it  wa&  intended to  have  a 'picnic at   the   Gun Club  "grounds,   but   owing   lo   the   bad  weather refreshments i were served  at the Oddfellows IIa.ll   Tlie parade  of Oiangemen and1 True*Blues was  held    under    Bio.   J.   Shaw    as  maishall, and'headed by the band,  who alsovaltended 'at ^ho hall and  played several selections.     \  AnriTinssi.'s.1    v    ',  After refieshmenls- the platform  ,was occupied tby ,\\{. M. Bid. Adair  (chaifman),   Rev    W.  C. - Calder,  ch.iplaiu, Bios. Davis and Fleming,  and Deputy Mistress  Pettipiccc of  True Blues.        . '<     < ,  t  *-Tho chairman said then- L. 0. L.  165S was the pioneci lodge of Kootenay, oiganised seven years ago.  Rev. \V. C. Calder nanated the  story of how William thc Silent  thicw in his lot with his ]ieople to  save them from a massacie1 plotted  hy tho.King of Spain. Uc charged  the Chinch of -.lionicjvith fostering  ignoianee, as shown by Spain,  wheie, of eighteen million people  twelve millions- could not icad or  v.lite. The Church of Rome was  the most aggressive foiec in 'opoi-i  fition today to undo the work of  piogie-s and turn back the hand of  tune. In education the other  provinces weie far in advance of  Quebec, though her people weie the  equal of any in Canada whoio they  had a chance, as witness their  piemier, Sir Wilfnd fauuicr. II  was not llm religion ihey fought  against hut its demand foi political  powei, and Orangei-in was onl.\  one of the forces anaved lo defend  the hbeities that had comedown  lo thorn.  Bro. Fleming said Orangeism and  True-Rlueisni weio linked together  They siiouid stand fn in in the good  old cause and give then- lives if  need be for il. Jlo had he.ud le-  tnaiks nhoiil what this Church of  Rome was going to do in then own  town of Revelstoke.  I)e|i Mislicss l'otii|iic(oexpressed  plciistue at llii^ githiung whicli  li.ul laineil hoi hack to )ounger  da vs. Their gloiious oider of  Ti in* I'.luoisni had been j handed  (lnunhv ihen fniofntin11 * find there  ��������� 'fy&Jirr������  ������������������>,������? rAyM  X ' >>  /i-T    (l  ^1  VtW������|  .$��������� ,' (, iff ������ I  .P-'fr  ,fy ������M\\  X\l&, Tyiicltes' Sailor llalsi'-iiletin-iv  ',, u 'tLadifs'iTiiinniefl Hal-, u*g"iilni SI .iiuVsl.Vihhpiice $2."v"' tT������X.      '?"  ^/''."fCliililivii's .uid Mis-.'s'tlli-ailv-tiiiU"!'.!!  II.u-/, !iyt t,x ^^-Jy X,,',-''I'r  Xl    Xyfy-fy'y   "   './rf,    i-  ,invcrii!.ii*'yi 2.5rin"il SI. s-ili* price 50c*?r-W  ^���������J-X '^hiHjJ^'p'a.runj'id��������� ri;idjc-!jwi('-s| i.Tp SMpp(jT.a'"*/SI'.2o'?i"1*'7? X\^wJ*yXy]  *o__*Lidi"sIOxliinl- il yt 2.5..  Men'-  Sh'oi's ���������Wi- .nc^nlT.-l-iii^, a   -.pi-c i.i I  ' . iWi'.il 111},' Slim   I his sct-mi'iit .f2."0.'  ,  i " *       ' *   j,    -���������������'-/    y  liaigaiii, im ,n Hard,  a ft .> .,      yy .  ;'"REID"������& YOUNG;'  }    Special Attention to Mail Orders      v  w&snm  < DRY HOODS1-MERCHANTS. .'  RIOVELSTOICE,  13. U.    '���������     ..  i Write for Samples.^  ., .  . -i r        -- ���������     t ^  T  Agi'iits fni   BiitLi'iirk'P.itti'i'iis.--1     -   i  Si li ' .   !������' * ' .  lyy^ip&mym  '��������� ���������"��������� f. .v':* .��������� A't  xy d y  ��������� J'-vJ* lf/r  Af? yl������"fi  M^SiK  '* o *    sf4������,J- i  i        i,   -     .  c        ������.J. j.. I ������*���������  ' y-i '     #lr. E  'i y      *��������� tZu*i  ,y   i   -^'^jl  *,,'.<    *  \l<\  ���������r y-x^\  J        V     sj    ,   J  ,  fj** SPl !  --   - -v't'/tl  -iC$S -$x, StM*-.  f  I..! SMITH &.G0.; Ageots/Bevelstoke, B.^C.  \\i i ?M  .        -YK-U  y "VXfi'i, y L  v  *u yy*   11  - -v* *?  -" ^y<  ��������� ' - y!l  i        (^  ij*~yz  " > ^  immssssaimicRaas  ,     R. HOWSOF & GO., ,  ^,  Furniture Dealers, House Furnishers and Undertakers  Mnvt: just 0|KjneclrtiKi largest stock  of C .trpcts in tlie city.  Linoleums. Ito-s, Toilet W������ipo nnd General House Furnisliings  AU Kkn/ui: Avi:m;i . - REVIGLSTOKI':.  ~.u v,mMm*mmtrnuii!mmalin7ixzirvri*Tr~ra-t-'n>fi������������������y~������������������������������  ..���������  JUST AUPvIVBD.'  (C'unltiiucd on i'.ik'e rtmt )  I U(,"-sl -oul li  -I .is.,,,i, ,| .,,,, -^ ,,{  IM CREAM FiTZBBS I  1:1 ih" ii>v.    Wi. h ivl ih.. !���������',,,,. ii.   I'mIiIi. tf-  iiiuliiiii Kivc/.fi- in 1. 2. 3   I, I, i f..,|,',,.|i    ^  Wf .ui- sure in sn.t j.mi  in  nn.   . I   11..  si/.-s  Come and Examine Our Stock.  4"  -W.   M.   LAWRENCE  Taylor Rlnrl.,  AT.n kcn/n* Avcinio,  KOlt   IIAIlDW.MtK  ()!���������' Ahh KINTIS.  REVELSTOKE, CO  4-  H'WHHiiffi'HH*H^H^v'H*'H I   <    , '  I"   y   ' n*     (  I    '  '   , I   '  '        s I', "  l  ll I     ���������"  .     '>!  ���������  iff  ' *. i  i    <  i "i  .     .���������"���������fl/'.  I f  f f  TIIE KOOT.&NAY MAIL.  i   o'  T������be Ikootena^ fIDait  '   ' PUBLlbUnil  fSATUlllUY.  ".      ' '   '���������     -<-,     <  f     ^       K3V2iSTOKE.B.C.,1  Subaariytloa   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  if  W Y  u. '!  ity <"  Tl ,  ADVERTISING     I!ATI'.S3  , nn     iijlplimllnn  Chvnpcf in lulvviiltuinonU must op In liy  Tuesday of eiich wcjk to 'ti.'on.e irond ills-  iiltv.  Tiniliot mulcts,h.uiio ntluns G.i.'ullo,  , ������J for i,uc!i location,    i *   f   t-    '  Jiy.i HUNTING ])raiii|itl-' om-uUliI c.i, icn-oii*  able raw?,  , ACCOUNTS for ]irlntiiiK mat MulviirllMiiK  pnvablo on lli*pt of month; snliiuiiiitionn  T������i}iible iu mtv.inct. i  GOItlllisr'OS'nKNQni  Invited'on limMuiH of  i       imbllo  jijiti}io.-t,   CojiiliiniiicuVioim lo  lCtlt-  Uir   rutt'l   ho> iitediniMiiu'tl   lij    mime   of  ���������vutm-. ngt iiccoswiul)-for inililKJilloii. but  ���������   nsevldciice nf fjooil fnitli.   Gin n.'-iiniirtciioo  >n-t���������; retell tins oflloo by M'uliiiMiiy.ovon*  .   ' Mb.' a   ���������   ,      - !   Ki  .       i  .Viiiliess '   i '< I  ,-j,',      "L'iuj Kootun.vy Mail,  Phone >V 10.'/ ,    , JioveKluk'o, I3.C.  fo.r tliu bonolit of tlio slate' The  coal and oil lands 'should either lie  6peialed by the government diiectly.  or operated under royalties. Jf  llu".o lands were nprnianontly do-  clured inalienaljle, we bhouhl no  longer have the C. P.1 li., tho, Gieat  Northern and a host of grafters'  trying t'o filcl'i from the province  the valuable asset it has in these,  lniuls.  [ ii-V '���������  ���������X  Hlx  \yXX  fitf'  \'"     11  l*wf   f  ' WQ"notiuesfc our numerous raadoi's to  favon  us v/lth tholr assistance In  maS-.tr.2r tho KOOTENAY MAIL, tho  '  "most valua&o" advertising; medl-  t    uin^ln   tho  Kootcr.ays  by tflving  .'    tho profc-reneo, wlion makinff'pur-  chasas 'to   tlioso  flraio  who, aro  pQlj-ulap advertisers lntttho KOOT-  3MAV MAIM,      i' '���������    ,  '/.  (jitv aci:nts.  ii  v  inx  'Xfj/  ii'  .5. j'.  I ff-'i,    fir  liM^.i  ������J-I -  l^fr-*'-7 X  Wt v  Tl^. . / 1-���������    .     ! .y  Cuptul ot TltK JIaii. may lio nbliiliicit fiom  iliu/Ollov^int--.'liyut'cnts: fl ������     ,<  .     ?      . *-   rr(   .   .1. >V. 111'NNI.I-I.  AN* .VIjA   I)ltl!(. ii HlKJKA'U      ���������   '   \ :xtf-^X!~-������x~l ~>y.~J. -  ~ ,^1/JMHlN 0:XC.LAN;i>) AIIKNtjl'.^ "  Our KtiuHsh otUcus lira til HU Kloul sliovt. I.nn*  dull, R. (',. ulicrc ik's'iri. I! & ,1. !lrty<l>' it Cn.1  %l|lr������etlV(ltU.' IH   l.llrtilsll   Ill'VVa.ylllll.iJl'llltillllS  .ind <iii\ ��������� rUsffipfuw ttnit w lioru,n lllo U Uupi ol  fiUipvi erfbr iiin iis������ (fi'cu ol i-lminc) nf .invol  -wir r<3������li*n-vUlMni{ Loudon iual ilrshims ok  -sjeins tlie laiivit Is-mu pyslblo of lils^Oi ln.r  lo.-iil Dap'-r. ^���������- j ,  Ab the result'of (ho Dominion  bonus to thp leatl industry^Kootenay  hlioulil f-oe a revival of_ pfoi-porous  timb'.. 'Already/the managers of  the St./y ISugenc, Sloean Star and  other loading silveiyleacL liiine^un-  noiinco the ic-opening of their  l)ro']jerlies and the employment of  hundreds of men in''mines which  have lain idlo������foi some months.     '  Much as Canada hasydono to  cement' lhe*'_ bonds ,of ' empir6,  Auslralia is��������� leading'the van rin  undertaking its sh.i'ro/'of national  ddfeuce. The navy is the^mostjin-  pprlant arm 'of protection of "the  .tradojof .Canifda and Auatralia  alike. ] Australia proposes lo con-  Lributd *],000,0(JO a yenr, for ten  ycaiwUi the. support fof, the mivy,  ji iul (.'/alinda, might well iimlci'take  a su'b&liuijial conlribution/lovvards  thejinunleniiuce of t'lio.J'neii'u'. and  Atlantic f-qiiiulrons oon the Miore's  of the Doiuinioi'i. '  lo bo paid on properly and income.  On May Dili, 1901, "Mclkide and  Green voted against the proposal  that picfercnce, in, bubsidics.be  given ,to competitive railways to  free the province front 'high rates.  On' May Dili, 1001,, Gieon voted  against a proposal to acquiro railways foi tho province by giving a  year's notice.' 'Yet McJhido' has  ta Icon liini into his cabinet which  poses as 'in favor of government  ownership! On May ,9lh, 1901,  Green voted against' at proposahto  make railway com (in n ics lesponsiblc  for wage-; on works done for them1  by contractors? On April 2'lth, 1901,  McJirido and Gjipen voted against  a projiosal to, pi event alien labor  being employed on railway construction. " Hy their deeds yo shall  know lliem."        V  "Theclose and  .Jil.  & .1. ilAHDV k CO. - f    . t  HOSIM (A'NI) chi.iini.vi. j   li    .  ''     i .limWKS AUIINTrf .vM)       X,      '  m //  1NKVV sp.-\t'P;it COltliKol'OXDUN IS.  30 riot't^Slu ot. - ,     l.oxnov, Knclasij  f CA^AlJllVN UL*bINi:4s/A  rf!'i:0IAI.TY.  given   tho  the mining men  ,-fffiV  ���������;ARVBY; Mnf.'AHTER,  ^     rAT>;yPlXK\l\M,  BAKiiiSTiiits. aor.iciTons,**i:rc   i  ���������li-Kici-s : ?i11olsoxs   Cavic   llroai:,   lli.v'i.i-  "-.lOIvlVll. C. r-  .'.Jonciv io loiin.  juices: Revd-.toke.T3. O.;  Ot.o S. 5IcO*htkk, *  A. MftPlSKIIAlI.   vRe.\cl-.roke���������I!. 0..  KoaSlul-16, II <('.  J. A. IlAltVKV,   .  i _ t-'oit stooiis, n c  ' T'E .MAISTRE & .SUOT't',  LLi    * f��������� r  B.vrunSTrjr.s  b(H.IClT()l:ta,  PucLio. Etc.  Xin'Aiui.s  v*' ,  L-ir-uyti i-t't.   y  llovclslolvo,  15 <,}  \i!\~~<,&yx'  Mxy.;%i  I Jrr'    &,, ���������  ' 'J  Yi' *  iMeni.  -yy       (���������.^Ji-'  'Xv  ' >';. y>  \������t*y\,.  lt|,V'-?.v7-,,   y  ,  IhJ'i^fe-i*' "."t*- %   *  -\.  IIACK^EK,' <> '    '     t  Mining E.nc.inu!:!;,  .Vtnuiit.in Institute ^hniiu l'iui>n (.is)  (Mem. CtiiiiKli.iii Mining lii������titiito I   ,    T  i  ^.RKvur^roica \lYV.    t^J  K*cnnuniilioii ,of iniel ii.porl.s on Mmci.il I'm*  I '  '*     4    lll'ltH's.l dpcCl.ll! J. '  . hjiivhitlii) W'orli  biWinet-b*liko  tiltcnlion  ropre-senlilCions 'of  of thcj Biitifch   Ooliimbia, camps at  Ottawa, the evcr-indicaj.ecl 'anxiety  of  the gov eminent'Mo" go  ib'thu  length of its powei.sfiu assisting the  languishing lnclustiy, and the final  acceptance  of   the   identical   pio-^  petals   t'if   the- Biitish"* Colunihhu  cli.-iiiipions^of life oijflei ing"ifidusti\v,  but accentuate the  ,'iiic.iily pi oven  d<is]io���������of /the Laurier  ininistiry to  deal mir]y_ with eveiy section of tho  dominion���������ons business' pnnciples,  which after all are the best politico."  x  A^LLVE PARTY.  LEAK!':.   l     y  * i.j.t,.c���������w . ,rt  ,j. i _a_i . oj '^Inuiij,' nntjinre-. unci Met.ill.iigi->t  ^li'ts,*-!^   *;       i    gm.ci.vi.iiis-1  SiY't'-'iJ'''',Y-X,X'K KCtunliiatloifs nnd l!epoit~'on Miiiinc   I'.o.i-  " ^ - ���������' --  *  - -    -v',rertic.?>    ,    $ Y    , ,  yy  v - .*,. x.i.        ���������''������������������- ������������������  ijf. s-.-v, -yy  It* ���������*!." "-jv tSS  ff$y\$;yiyy-  Speoiiltoxtion and C'onstuiclion oC Itiinns 3!u-  'cluociy. *  Tost., inudii of Oro ami Concc-ntuvtirinfoiCli'oi.  .if ������inca:i(l Cvotiidu'i'ieatniont  <��������� rT^/7).ft���������i,.  Plant.-.    " "  X lledfoid ilcNeil Coil'.'  I fc**yj5* t&j^  Ik  ,yi" ���������  T^^--jBorpins;in-'Real*-Estate.' -  ������^  OfJO^-lt .stoiy jjbvoliint; ,on Ooniinu>;!it  i ji vpi15'-'"V-'   aveimo, eo.ilaining,-i looms  C5������'  i^nfV"1 ~10l;'   ciiltago,  j looms, l,n���������'o  ,     wi.fd\j\J   girden v ltli iiiiall flint in v.tnutj  ���������*��������� Cp*J .Qf'O���������CrBinto.table   i.stoiy.    0 iooiiK.fl  ������., ..OijO^/J   liousc and 2  lots   iicv.lj   piintul  .md fenced.  CCt  fIKO���������7-ioomcd cottage u it li butlnoo'ii  x c?>-r^Rr;-L"1''-1  cpi,c>OV>  U10cit.  The plan ftdciplcdi 'by the do-  niinion govei mnt-nt of a[ding the  lead indn&trv, by giving a^bonus oL  ���������I'l3 .tton is the plan bos-,1 calculated  to .nil, the indnstiy, and is i.u  ahead of the schej'iic foi ltusing the  iamPon (Mead and lead pioduclfe  Thai/ proposal1 could only have'  proved henelici.il up to the point of  homo consumption, and when that  w.is leached the"second*" condition  uould have "-been woise'than the  Hist The, bonus ^yalcm is' the  most statesmanlike and efiicient\o  stimulate t'hofinduslry The people  iecpgnisc-"that 'the* Lauriei government is alive  to. the  promotion of  the best inteicats of the dominion,  wbethei Miiino'ial, commerciar,! or  I'ndiisiiinl, andrt what the, liberals  have done���������at Ottawa Ihe'v^vviirdo  at\*ictona if given thcoppoi tiinitv  . ^      s- u Jil  CHINESE WANTED TO'DOWN  '1 WHITE LABOR.1  i '      _ 1       1      1   '  Premier0   MoBride     niay     rave  against Chinese, and   Japanese ini-  'migiation when   he'is  looking for  votes, but his leader iif the senate,  iSir'Maokoiuie' J3ovvoll, opposed the  $.500 poll tax _on ,lhe  ^Ihiiio-e proposed by  the   Laurier government.  ^enatoi^iMncdoniild/a, 'leading conservative front   Victoria,  exploded  himself in life followiiu.' oiiinige'ous  terms on' the   bilf,   and   he  i������  as  much a mouth-piece of Ihecoh'-erv-  ative party its Premier  MoBride:���������  " Now, .vho me the claso of  people  that (Tciiinnd   this   Icgislntion   at  the  .hands of the uovoriiniont''    They are,  rifeoiiiso, the win to labor, union Inlior  chiefly. ;  10<ius   union t labui    al<tlic  p^C'tcnfc   ���������.cifiKjiifc" <lc"/oi vo .anything of  this   kind? , What eis   uiiion  c,laboi  doing',*"-ifc is eiippling 0111 industiies','  it  i&  fotiiulmg pio^ics-,,  it  is  doing'  evorytliin.' 'to   injuic   every"���������countiy  vvlioievot the uiniou   stands .^Tliey go,  beyond leahonable  boiiiidf. ^Thc.v aie  n'ot s.ilislieicl uitli fail wages and .. fair  number Jof ,lioms -to "Votk^but  the.vl  iiiust. tiy  to'coutiol  oveiylhing  and  bn\c it,m then o'vn^lunula "Jteuinot  .be  deiued   that, union   labor, docs  a  gio.it deal of  harm .and 1113111-}' to the  coun,liy. not only to this^coiinti-y/but  to thc  neighboi ing"statcs, whom millions, and millions of money have been  ltT-t tluoiigli union stnUrj������ duniiif the  past >cai     Do they deserve this legio  lu lion', -Ilitd they  showed themselves  desci v ing of thi.s, iliun* they should be  entitled , toi some ,coii!>idcr.itioii. 4uit  unilei the conditions   that''ovist, they  niepiiiol  entitled,   aiuh (JiiiiK'sC  labor  ouglit to be .1 kind   ol v������ct  oft "mainst  .stnkcs     I thuik' the  d.iy   is 'nut  fan  distant wlii'ii   you   vvill   liavcMn  uet  Ghiiu'seJ iboi ,to'   nicer."1 tlip-unioiib  White  labni    is   going   to   ruin   the  eouiiti v, it is becoining  so  tinieason-  ablc." i. , ?-  has done so much to cultivate for the  union of the JOnglish and French  uices in Camilla. The following extract from his Speech vvill live down  the ages 'of Canadian history: ''Our  icspectivo foi (fathers were enemies  and (vvaged bloody vvaj- against each  other for cciitmies. But vve, their'  descendants, united under the Siime  (lag, fight no , lights, but those of a  generous emulation lo e\'col each  othoi'r in tiade and indnstiy, in the  sciences and (bo tuts of'iieace." '  Though Laurier wits/liko Sir John  'A. Macdoniikl, an opponent of,,con-  fcdeiation at its' inception, when'the  union hyns accomplished his grnnd  spnit of nationalism is'shown by the  fact that, ,as Air. Willison says, "no  oiiQj mini in Quebec, was J11101 o in-  Ihicntiiil in icconciling the dissentient  elemen'ts in the Fionch province "to  acceptance of the.,settlement, ai.d in  infusing into his Fiench compatriots  the'brdailcr spirit of Caiiadinn niition-  iiliby." j yy  -"  f     '   -, '  la it vvoiulor that, with the 'typical  sluou'duchs5 characteristic of their  fathers! the gieat host of*'Scotsmen in  Canada who constitute such 'a powerful element in the' voting sticngtli of  the Lilfonil party, 'should havo been'  amongst the, lirst ,'to recognise in  Laurier the gieat. and piogressivc  leader who should bring' victory with  hopor to the escutcheon oMibcralisni/  Ltuu.iej'i Uo, did lunch to cement  the'ii 111011 of Ibe people of v6iiiiiiditdiy  opposink the (lenianil^foi J    ������ f  "     ' DUAL  ItllPltUSli.VTATION,  1 1       I  a principle he characterised as incompatible with tlio federal piinciple, unci  fatal to the fieedoni_, and independence of 4t liu legislatuies.  Kntciing ttlic federal pniliaiiH'nt in  187*1 when the liberal paity wa-.  victorious, Lnuricr went, with the  defeat of'the piuty, into opposition,  but consistently fought dm ing Iho iit)  yonis he���������was onthe^ opposition side of  the-1 house foi those principles on  which tliCj liberal party'; staked, its  existence, and to givo/etloct to vvljich''  he has done so Xuuch "since eai lying  the hboiah p.uty .to 'vicloiy in 18U0.  'I to defined 'the" libcial-i of 'Canada sis  lescinblmg l.ithei , the libeials 'of  I'higland, -v.lioi.foi- so many jears  woi keel and votoimoi 1cl01m7.111d.by  constitutional Hmeans aclueved the  'gi���������.uul lesults which"' Ihey s.vw today  ^rSuc'n is thu high standaid rof_ the  liberal paity toclny' and as such it.  iiu'iitstho confidence and suppoitoi  ���������ill wdioMuve at. heai't the vvclfaieof  the nation.     '    ", ',"      ''        it r ,  ' t        (To be conlnnic'd.)   '  '      ,'   >  Remedies.'  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  l?or Coughs,,Colds, Croup and AVhoop-  iug Cough.  I'ricc 25 cents; large size 50c.  '       // '     .      '���������' I     r I  Chamberlain's' Colic, Cholera  1 and Diarrhoea Remedy.  't  '   For Ikm el Complaints.   Price 35 cents.  Chamberlain's Pain Balm.v'  An antiseptic liniment especially vnltia-  blofpr Cuts, Hi uiGes,,Sprains and Rheumatism.    Pi ice 25 centS; large si/e 50 cents.  Chamberlain's'Stomach /ahdV  Liver Tablets.    ' '      '  ^For .Dirordets'of the Stomach,  aud Bowels.    Price 25 cents.,  Liver  ,' Every one of these preparation  is guaranteed and ii not fully satisfactory lo the 'purchaser the  tnoneriwill'hQ refunded.' ''.  '      'i  _  POULTRY, RAISING. "      x  ( "Piolilnlijo Poultry Fanning" '(ie-  vised edition^ has^ been received at  this olliee fiom Ihobhicf of tho Poultiy  Division, Depnrtnient of Agiiculturo,  Ottiiw;a. ll is 11 bulletin of 'IB pages  describing the-construction of poultiy  houses,' I'ho."feeding of poultry, the  hutching, icaiing, fattening and  niarketing of chickens, and/ also the  diseases and parasites of poultiy. TXho  bulletin is a complete" poultiy, guide;  .il is filled with practical ,inforiiiiitio'n  and is well illustrated. Y  "Pr(ilitalilc",Poultiy Faimini;'' will  bo mailed, fioe to any ail'lies-s on1 application to Ottawa. 1'ostago is ^nofc  leq'uii'ed w lien Viiting^for ihe.bnilctin  hoe'Externals  Short talks by, the Slater Shoe ad man,   No. 5.  1 >  01  X  .couie fastci  '   W-thc?  all   the  e 2-atorj hou-c, U looms,all  rn rouv omencci.   Agoiiuuu  uar-r.i.n.       , ,  ���������ISc-tnuiant   building   on   l'n-.t  street; ������]ilenfiid oiipoitiimtj  Im  right patty, ^ood term-,.  <SJ QOh���������2-itorv icfidenoc.  well built, ton-  pijOiJU   uSiiing 8 rooais  ���������lj-stoty  cottage,  j  loom-, and b.itli  iooni.ne.il (J P I! shop-.  <*-���������; f\0,f\~- =torj   hou^o', 7 loom-, near Jlo*  ysi"������u   Ken^ioaveiuie  <5f inn���������i-ior? 'liouse  cor.taminy S  looms  q5i,JUO   cellar fall m/c '  1 nr���������������li-itory cottage, C room^, lot -KKKM  $2;ooo  S950-  OLD CA1UBU0 '-  tne  J������ll.  H-1  (Jo nrtn-s-sl-orv modein l^sidorce, J lot*.  vjiojuoc   ^ocd latvii.  111  --'C  *3,50O-  --Htor:. re idenco (.oiiiptcto and tiji  to date with fine giounds     l  prei������ired to loan menev on nnv of  thcab.j\o properties on tliemontlilj le-  X.'.^ment, plan. C    *  "\-\TE hr.TeTo.y^n'.c nn unproved  f.iini  nrai  5 5     tbe cily. ^IolIc, lniplement-, itc    lJnco  $-'G15    LA-b rf-niinecT JI.lKI).  4 ]^?0 ?') acre- umniprov ed lind ne if Salmon  JrC   Arm -t..lion, prn.c CWO on good ternio  LEWIS BH0S.'Bral Estate Airents  ^be Ikootena^ ffball  WHY I AM A LIBERAL.  y,~   ,   '<*y* 'V     ������*  ���������* ^   t        ������������������ >  " '.-r'"     >   ,^0*4,  "-  1 ,' , (t'ontiiuiud ) ,  ' I r I* I *.      .,  "Thoie 1110 many .who complain that  politic 11 M clot ins'dos not  'l'h\\   Instoij *  ol  i* lilleialisin  Insti.Fy  dt ^lafoiinTbiitrMvitli  stieugth  of   cbaiac-tei   and dctenuin-  ationol the leadeis ol the libeial p.utv,"  the woik* has show 11   that slow, ������.toad\  [���������rogics-    wmch     h.i<*     chaiacteiiseti  eveiy    leluiiu     movement,  'thai    has  cmne to sta)   ont>' afler lighting Cicmv  inch ot giound {  pr.vTi-ouM or 183  The ptatlotm of   tho libei.tl paity of  IS32 deolaied lorwide.-iiread education,  niogies^ in agiictutuie; fcstabii>hment  of mode!   fauns;  colonization   oi  1111  Consult Di.-W?.T Jl.uvcy,' 0 D, M.  F.1S CO., about those headaches, pains  iufthe eyes,"eves ciosscd, double or indistinct vision I0-1S of inusculai "nowei,  oi,.iny erroi Vi! Kefiactidn, 01 "tbe lit-  tmglof '���������pcctaeles that'aie absolutely  conect,' and ~ will .so ^neiitiali/e the  delect as to enable" tvui'to see without  .111 cftoit,-t.ifKcvcktoko, Fnday a'nd  Satutday, July 24-25   *   - 1   '   tJ  ,A DESERVED77RIBUTEY  Hdiloi  Kooit.>,u JlAir.  r  Su,���������Uefore'j, leaving ' Ott.tvva, .tlio  Putish,!Columbia silvei-lead nnneis't  delegation desire^to publicly cxpiess  jjieij^ ^ippieciation '_not_'oiil������*of 'the  action ot thc goverhment"iiracccrdii-g'  to then leipiest foi *a bounty on ilo.id,  but also of the imv.uyiug sympathy  and consideiation1 which they hive  leceived fiom the inenibcis ol lhe  cabme't duimg thc necessaiy in'vcsti-  gatioi*. of this important tpiestion  Too gieat ciedit cannot' be given to  Senator Templeman and  out   iintish  Columbia   membeis,     especially   the  meinbcr for Yale-Canboo, loi then-un-  waveiing suppoi t of a cause which vve  aie confident  will   woik  as   much to  cultivated lands   within   rcch of  thei the iutciest of the piovinco as a vv hole,  pooiei classes, free navigation  01  thej as to the niinina; districts in pai ticnlar.  St.  Lawrence; as  free inteich.utijti of!     The in������ei tion  of  tlns'ietter m jour  product^  as   possible,   lefo-.m   of  the j paper w-i 11 uie.uly oblige,  fevTURDVY, .fUf.Y 18.  190:3.  I he j 11 mien so  estimate.-   ot  gold   wealth   of  Cm boo. gi\en  Midi   icliablo  .uitlioiiiie^yU-.  llohson.   manager  of  tho  C.tiiboo  Consolidated, and W'.Y. Robertson,  niovincial mmeraiogist, show   that  section to 'he  one  to  \\arrant the  best attention of the government in  .-or:uimg itfet efficient   development.  We notice   the   di-tnet   will suffer  seiiously this (.season from shot urge  of water, owing  to   the hcht fall of  snow last wnifei.    It would be well  if some moan1* could   be  devised of  b  i.  a  fraction   of   lhe  wealth  thegovernmept   would   ue-i amply [popwl..tio������i:   piohibitioi, ct-n.crniwi^i  justilie.d   in   undortnkinji    an   e;c- ..icwptinp    pai.tic    po-ituius    ciuntigi  tensive woik of^tlus kind, ch.irginst.ofhce or :or  one y,*,ir after:-ro'ihtiwi  the hydiaulic 01   o'lhei mine^ UMngJor fi'-ignonal tennrc. the tithe j-ys-tem.f  the water'a   tauft  <*ufrieiont tu re-!cl,%r-V ic*scr*.-.sr *t.u<* p<-n-i.m-   pKvi-  "'''"'     ''    '  '"" (cmina   of   equal!"0111  al!     Of  r l������ it ������ i3crJ.n>ir is tlie  01   tho libtialienay.  t( VT.ll plaoks1  judiciarv.   codincation   of   the   law-,  Youis faithfully,  )ii'i"UT������   an   ample   water  Stloplv ! PosUi tefor.n. free circulation of ne.v-- [            '       Joux L  Ki:rAT.r���������vciv,'  inoliiiTuchest sections of Cariboo;   P-W;**** !e-    expensive  government           Ch.iii.11.111 Silvei Lead Delegation.  . i    ������������������    ,,    ,             ^              ,            'civii    service    economy;   election   ot   Ottawa, Ju y Sth.  Liid^ it   tlut   countrv    contain-  a |nu1n5<.1pilhl-I^. eicct.uAUcrnoi   and   , ' _ii ���������   e=tiinatc(i . upjicr house, electoi-.u reforpi based on j  heiiimply |popttl..LH)������i  :   an   ex->.ici.f citing  .CONSERVATIVE PLATFORM.'  iy  r   yj,_    y ,%,_������.'   y    ,, ;    v  r |Aili)|il6il_at novojhliil.'o, &oiitoml)uif Htli, IWl"  1    Thai (Ins coiHoiitioiiniei'llnins Iho   nolicv  ot Iho imily 111 m.ittuisof urmiiiciul   roads and  tiails.. (lio (ivvncrsliip, and' i.onliol of riulvvii)*.  and tlio development of Iho u-'iicullmtil lescnn-  ces.i>r the piininceas hud down in the plalfoim  .adniiled in OlIoIidi, lS'.l", whicli is .is follows. -  c "Tu netiveh.iud in thucnnslruction of' ti.uU.  UiroiiKliout tlio tiiKlovuloped jioilions of tho  provinco and the l)uil<!inn' of the,J1101iMi1c1.il  titink load*, of ji iblic netossih   / 1V-  j_  . *M\i .ul'iprine pi .'iciplos ol govern ment ownei-  .falupof i.uUwisi in >.(i I.u as tlio circumstances  of Hie pun nice will admit,' and,, the adopt 1011  of llib principle tli.il no bonus should lie���������*iauted  to um iiulvv.iv comp.tm which does not ���������'ivo  tlio -,'overnmenl ol Iho pi ounce conliol ol uilcs  o\ei linos l)oiiu-ed,"toKethot wiUithe U10 option  <>\ pinch,iso        .1       *   f   t        1       k'    .  "'ToJ actively, as^isi !i\ slato jiiid -in ihe  development ol (ho .if*riciiltui.iil lesonieea of  the'piovincp 1 y * , 1      ������   J   a  2 Thai 111 the iiic.iutime aii(lluu!il Iho^itulw.iy  Iiolicj aiiovo --ot foi(!i can lie accomplished  .iKenei.il tailv\ iv act be pissed, wivini; fieedoin  to cinistiucf iiuLwns uudei ,coit'iui' appioved  reKiilation-, aiiiilo^ou-. lo (ho -.\slum dial has  lustilled 111 sin |i extensile ruilwuv consfcinotion  111 llie United States, vvitli^so niuch^ .uliantaKO  to trade and  coinineice. ������ '  II That Ineucou 1.1^0 Iho miiuiu industn, the  t.iMitiou of met.illiteious iiiineb -.liunld bo on  (lie basis of. a   percentage  on the   net   piodfs  7I. ������That (he government ownership of ilelc-  pliono s\s(om sliould be Inou^lil about as a fii-,1  step 111 tlio acquisition of pubiic uliltios''-'"      i  ', Tli.it.1 poifiou otoveri coal .uoa lioieafloi  to lie disposed of sliould be icsoived. from snlOj  or lease, so that state owned , mines ni.u be  e.isih iiccessiiilc, il then opoiatiou becomes  nccesS.in 01 advio.ible 1, ,��������� -\?  *'(!. That 111 Iho pulp,1 md lo.isos piovision  sliould bo made for reloioslin^ and tli.it Slop-  should be "-(alien foi iho ^enertl piosoi \alion  offoiesls bv -.ruuidiut* a-*ainst the'waslelul  (li.sii iicl.um of timbei    t ^ ,<     ,"���������������������.   .    r  ���������7 'That the ' loKislalino Tund , (,'ovoninioiit  of llmjiiovincu sliould poiscvuio 111 U10 olliiits  to secme Iho exclusion ol Asiatic 1.iboi."   .      ~"  S That t!io m.iltct ol bottei tonus iu tlie w.iv  of subsidy ,inc! .ippioiui.itions for tlio pro\ince  should be viKorously piosbcd upon' tht Dominion government i , $,  ��������� 1 ' That the silvei-le.i<l indiisliies ol tlio  pioMiice bo losterod and encouraged bj tlio  imposition ol increased custom^ duties .on  loud and load pioducts imported into Caud.ia,  and Unit tho C'onfcivativo members oT tho  Dominion House be urged to suppoit any  motion introduced for such a purpose  10. "That as mdustiial dispute*, almost lnvnn-  ablj lCsttlt in gieat loss and injiuy botli  to tho partiO;; dirocty concerned and to tho  public, legislation should bo passed to provulo  means loi nn^ amicable adjustment of such  disputes .between  emplo>ers  and  tnnplojcos  It Thattt is advisable to lostoi the m.inulac-  tureof tho iav\ products nf tin* piovinco within  tlie province .la fill as 'practicable bj means  of taxation on the-aid law products, subject  10 rebate ol the same 111 whole or p.ut when  manufacttued in Utitish Columbia.  rJX  I   External Shoe beauty is' simply   a  * matter of perforation and polish���������in most  i 1       '' ..' 1 '   r  shoes.      '      ,' -    1 -,    t, ,1 '  \ XPermanent beauty of form arid finish'  >'    are results1'"of the same 'methods rwhich y  secure to the shoe length of wear and shape  ��������� ��������� i retention viz:���������invisible perfection of internal 7 '"  - / workmanship., ''      >'��������� 'X, ',      d  ��������� >���������  ,   ���������'    /'The "Slater Shoe" with tfWprestige ;  - i of years of;systematic advertising can afford^ y  'ac to take no chances', by skimping the internal    ,  1 ������"' economy of its make up���������can not risk tampering with the fixed rules of standard work-"  ir.tmanship.   r /,"...   <    '  . '/      ,'./',*,    ���������  /    , ,   ,; The ',' Slater Shoe" has a" name and.  !  the prestige Yof a valuable ^trade mark ' to   '.  \', maintain���������they represent much cold cash in ' '  /,''; the "assets of��������� the makers���������therefore, both  name and prestige are sustained by making  lf _������,,the *' Slater Shoe " in^eyery particular equal ^  y i *or,better'than the claims its������ makers "adver^'  ,,_   tise for it.   T/i *'*,    /     '"   ,    ,6, ' '" yi<  / , " Xgain,*provihg the protection" which y  Y i* Slater-Shoe'! advertising'' gives to ."the - * V "  ' wearers ot *^ ���������%������     ' ' . . ���������    x<> ,  pi.  Made in Canada 40 years.   Goodyear Welted.  ,.*       V For men $4.00 and $5.'50.  - ^ >  X i ..     For women $3.50 and $5.00.     ���������    '  'rf,i t* tl  1 (Sni$r  n ,U;       X solejagents:   ;/,    Hi-    ,t-  " '        -������  'Gi) B;',, HUME^:& '"'00:,', Limited; s:  ���������    -", HKVULSTOKIi!,  H. U.       ���������"      i.      V   .1  r -     \J  ���������Spring: arid ^'Summer Suitings^.  ,." Wc have on baud ,i c-oinpli'ti* s|nc-l< til  \VoiiIi*ii-"*;iiii1 "Tailoi^'Tiini-  *- iniiJKs and will iiuiki������ up Suits in lnsl.cbihs si.yli- In *-iur, piiichnsi'i.^���������   s'i<  Give  u- n  trial and wu'will assist, vim tu I'oiupb'tii your di'cssMn  ai tistic and u|i-lo-d.iLi"innnnei  -X  r Fashionable'%!  . ; i s   %~-     -,'-t v 'i -   ������������������    X     *     x <  CIKADUATliTOF NEW YOUIC'S'CUTTING SCHOOL'-  Th  best Dollar aD.ty llous-e  ,'   in the town. *   t     '_*  Propi ictnr.* i      ,-  *,J3esL ;JX5f.mds (il'vWini"=, Spiiitt.  y,"   ' *  '       '   and Cifrms.   "   _,     y  (i     vi,1 t,  CONSERVATIVE CONVENTIONS.  * r ��������� LIMITED. l ^ "  Mining brokers ,and fiscal agents., ������������������  -   ,'  MINES  AND ' MINING   INVESTMENTS  ,iWp luvnisli lepnrtb on all Uimls nt metallifeimis mini's and   pinspi-eis    -    ,  Lowest qiioL.il ions on bsled .ind iinli-li'd ininin-j; sLotUs.  J'.Ui  lmbuisc the provincial liea=ury foi  the expenditure incurred. "   l  ii.e netci^ty toi ^-v.ecpmg ie*  ii>iiii-ii! tin* jiiihhc ftdnimi-traUori  at Victoria, i- c/itiont from tho fact  'h  ai.  ill'  I'U-  ot  L'0\ eriiiiicnt ni  Bntihh Columbia i- thnt timur*  irn*..t' r tithn in .M.initoli.t, and over  ' i.\ tisus :'fi iti-i thin in Ontario.  ���������|������ii hit. ?i<i". . Kcoti;i. anil Nf,v  I.nin* v.n*ft  THE PREMIKR'rf AUDREY.  rJ he address of   Premier ircB'-id''  at Revelstoke   last   week   proved a  great  liK.tppointinent  to  tho   majority   of   those  who   lic.ud it.    ft j  was   thi-   poorest .iddie-������   wo  li.noi  i It'^'i (>' lavvvi rs,  i iishrs and justice ho  I piojr.inuiic the ctifirf;  i p.u tv have .���������.-.ii]t< d   m  From Our Own ('orrcsaorulont  inc-sj. , continues , good,   visitois  aii  a;,'ice!    that,   lui    its   Si/e,  vehosc i-tovvn in Koot-  Our juveiiiie population still con-  I'lidm'; jtoofrnuioii on. the ^iVtute-������ tuiiiea to lncieaoc A daugfitei was  lioukr tiii)ii|ili tbe piozriturm* .iiinvcdi horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. J. ft Cioft on  .ljl.vm'.t   the   pirty    tup   ttonicitdous { the 10th i>ist.  [force  ul   thf R(,m.,n Catholic chuich ;     -j h0   (-���������Untry   js   processing;    old  ���������Attri-_   (if;;,    ^p.rs   ot   stiu^h'   i) (*i������ _ metbtKis nre being  dibciuded for those  icmiinsmucli of  the pi curt,im me htdi J up-to-tlati-.   Hany ihingicll   shipped  ,      . , tm- itlafiod.    S'oni(\of  tin    planks for; ;,. tlie oth t  rl iv    l   m ���������������   *������-,������,������ mil  heard iron! tho lips   of  a   pifmic.   ���������),,������!,   the   !il..-:ai-    of    u'e   bv-on,'! ' A'Ottci.aml  'J hat tin-Ojiinion is shiicd ^eni-r.tl-  i-entuiv funu'iii  -.i  hiud  could -lillbe -     ��������� , ��������� .    ,   .,  "     ' from    the dto-land j adupted with .,pp,���������val  by  thc liberal- ��������� -  I/'l"^'h",c-s   uo.e pu-l.ul  thc uti,  lu*. hitiieito fetiUDorted   "f hnti-'i t ol.imlni ro.la;. m tin  ' ;il������*  aili.ul- ti  h'lrv'u*,-; 1  lu (*,!('  . l  ���������t  tii.iiiiv'inf;   to  Hiit.u.i   and  f :.i lira nee  M i  i li iti In t and e.-.tondint:  l H'ti i ihe h md ai ii iend-  inp 'tli' i<- ���������- mi if a'-on why  '���������".riiain iiiid tVihc should not  eiijov tiie.-atii' h.uiiiony that cxi<-t-  IxfMi-n t.ic linli-h and Frtnch  rt-idi nl- or ( iiiid.t  d.r. in the lijht  it to < titi r "-  .   I ILIIll.K  v    I.i   piOinrHinj;   tin.   p'n.'i Uiirii'    ai.fjve  iii.ilni.'d   thu  tliii-e '''���������''P1'"'"' '' '"'*' !,!  'he IiIm . li'pi.-i-v.  11 is  ibei al  inner  .���������av-   the   iNeKon   Xcvs;  now seven  M..ir-   ^inco   tho  ]).nt\   under   .:ii    'Vilfriih  inidcrliHik   the   a'lmiiiisti,ili(ii)    ,,\  Ciiunia's I'li-ine-- al'i.iirr., and aitet  -<��������� \( :i .. e.ir=' , ���������-[. ]iv ,. the uudoi.htcd  opinion   ' f   lit     i.u      llu    trrc.ilcr  ninjonu   of  I aiiiidi.m  jicoplo that  nndei   that   rc.'.iii"   the   dominion  ha- eiijoU'd one   of  the i(sl. if no.  tl.c he-;, adi'imi-ii.ition-  that ever  tit.ideii tli- di-tinic-of the connti v "  iv is  evid(-nt   from    the  .Minei,which has hitiieito supported  .MePride, hut   now*   expresses groat /"��������� " !noh ,1,f'-v '���������'' lb  (ii-appointinont    with   him.   i"Ourj ( nt i:< it >i< in  contei'iiporiry say-:��������� '     Tt vv u. with  .,   m-  ���������Tiieii  iv'ii-j con jideiiiblc ili-appmni-1tlu-   !''  ment on   tin- p.ut   of  many   of  [in-int   that    tbe    pii-nmi    filled    toi  rrtur to vital l���������iiifi  of pcifc locil mi-  ,ln'  port.nioe        It i^ a thou- md pilie, th it '  Mr Mcl>ri<!<'-poke iikiii ot tlu -um--1  ol his p.u ty  tht counliv  Nov.- Ihat  i-   i x.Kt  -ion   cieatef'  .Iul;  ; plum  , Sn \\ lin id I,.ui' h i  IMi7 llie  )  'per  .bo-o  ni >lto   wa*'  he    hi.iM.il    spu it  cmdiiflMl in l!*''ii  '   fa    I)rli I *i<e ir,  Woi t   i tmoUi s  ol     In-    a 11* st. ir-  than   th '  ei v u.'.' iipe.l-  f  biought down   on   bun Ibe (ippo-ition '  lot   l;i-bo[i I  ilbi'li'    'in i   his   Cithohc  11 I' ijry,,\v boil'   ml'^i nei    nt   thit  time,  so   -,'U it   ii.    ttif     !. isf.'ui T.iivn-1  ..,,.. ,   ���������up*' that   Luii ui*   wis   powi i-li -���������<   to  nti-h Columoi.i   i-,   to   pio^rts- it, w,,..,.   M���������r,.���������i���������|   |uttl(  iy ln������- impii-'-lu,l,  at     Revelstoke       ill  mti-t have cap,ilib, (aidul men il  thc helm of slate,. His appeaiaiKC-  al Revel-toko and Ross|,md proved  Mi. .MoRridc doe^  (luahfications.  attain->t  -tionf;  p iper vi  not   carry these  FJ.EOTlO.V IIL'.MBUG HXPOSKD  A section of ihe picss hash'in  telling il- loaders whal "real  champion- of tho wotkcis Picrnici  McBinlu and Hon. P. (Irccn aro.  Tin; Kootoiiaian ludcly dispels  thc-c fahncation-j miidc to deceive  the voteis hy showing whcio Mc-  l!iide and (liecn actually stand.  On Apiil 10th. 1001, MePiide and  Green \olcd for the incnase of Iho  poll tax fiom .i.'! to Vj so as to put  id -hould   be  sold, but resci ved ' on the vvoikci.s taxation that otndit  .11 III     Of     tlK'  as sn-pi nib d  tni������  hi*  i own  hi..ir  ���������rl.')  had  and what  pi incinli -,,  teimed lot  Hilt tb it lu  lor-e rake '  u.d  Mr. Nt-cdhani s  apple   and  trei-5   uie   loaded.      We   have  made tbi    t<-tr  and   are   now satislifd  i tn.it ai' b.ivi   it  fin it glowing distifct  ���������jccond to none m li (J.  Mes^r-  15',iton and Tiioinps<,n hiue  appliO'l fo' i-ro������vii giants   to their pio-  i eiiiptions   Jjin^  around    Riaton.    As  -oon as tin)   itceivt   the  grunts they  intend to plot a tow tuite of  about LOO  aen~. and  .'No   lay   oti    100   market'  ' gardens  Iho-io  ���������.}  wi ,0 g'aO t  being   f.l'M  ' sn.itti is ii*.  piopc rti> - -  f d th>  In;;  ���������^ioiijm oi   ]  ���������rood ti^ui' ^  Mi Nd'lhain  picket fence and  its place, w mcli .  to i;rtat ail /ant i  in lown, to look   tin n   lie nt  -should be  fintcd   wilh   wiic.    It  ^ivcs  a   good  piahties  as a man of I v'cw. throws no shade, and (olliots no  ii turned by a in i|onlv  Inly  I lib  of  iiuri !,, am  a n -<ult  Not     -latiified      with      p< r-< ciitintr  Lauriei n������ join nah-m   ,n,i\   l.illm<r his  papei, the  Cliinth   oi   Rome lollowed  linn into politic-',   and,   uhen   lie first  stood for tin-   Ii ,'i-d ituie   m   lM71,op-  nosod  him   on   ,i(i*oi,nt   of   hu 1-iheial  it    oallerl     bis      soi i ills!"  but  so   highly was   be  is  hi  wa  jno-[if ct-i In lithe ju k i of lead  a ton- O'O dold-  creek showing his  i cipitaii-l- 11 !���������> i <picl-  '.o.vl'ig dud -e,. r.d othir  !���������> will   l������    s/,i,| shortly for  tin  put  a  liOWH    t  '<:     A11  reinowd hiv  w'irc fence in  ie garden ii[)  the  gardens  - At a meetingnrtlicc\uculivc������r tlioPunincial  CoilMTMltUO    VssoCl.ltlOII,    liuld  lit   V.lllCDUVOI,  thoijrovuico was ilmilixl inlo Ine ilivioimib  for otx.iin/.itioii imi|)iisc> The Ki)otmiit\.  Bounrlarj ilivision lb ni.idu up til the following  pminici.il election (!i-tnc(- . ttevelstoke,  rolumbi.i, rciino, CraiibuKik. Vinii, K.ilso  Slocan, Gi.iikI Porks,, Orounwooil, tlio cit\ ol  KoablaiKl anil lhe (lily of Nelbon At tlics.ime  moetins'tlie follovMin; ic-olutioiisworo.ulopteil.  I That coiuontiotis Tor nortui.ilnir? ciukIkI-  ites for'nienibeii ol the loi;isl.itivo nssonibly  be made   up  of ili'lcu.iles  chosen as   follows:  (a) fn city clocliinil (libtiict-, one (IcIukiiIo  foi every li!t\ and fraction of lillv voles polled  at the piov inci.il oh-cl ion hold m lPIKl and if the  cil\ is. divided into wind*., the proportion of  dplcK.itOs for cadi ward shall bo based on the  vote polled in cacli w'.nd ut the In-t timinictp ii  diction *  (b) fnotriorclcrttir.il dislncts, one deleK.ile  foi oveiy fifty or fiact ion of lifty votes iiolled  at tlio provincial election held in I"00, tliu dol-  otjates to be apporlioued lo pollmi,* places, oi as  n"ai thereto ns will bo fair to tlio volois ol the  dilferont nciKhboilioocU  2 Tlie election hold of dolefulo.s shall bu at  pilhlir muntiiiRS, held at n do-ifaialid ceulinl  jilure in each pollini; divi-ion, oi in encli wind  in cilv electoral districts, if tin; cits i-, divided  lulu wiirdi At '���������uch public nicotines, only  iho.e who pledKe themselves lo Mile for the  (uiididnte or cnudidale-seleclefl nt tho iiom-  ni itiiittronvenlion shall be entitled to a vole  for deli tali's '  !I Two Weeks notiee shall bo -,'iven ol tho  public iiholniKs ur winch deleu'iif's aro to be  eleeted, noiiiiu iliiiiteouveiilion- shall be hehl in  eitj i lectoral di������lncts lwo(lii>s after tho day  uu .illieh delegates are oleelid. mid in oilier  eliciora! flHtncls witmi iliij^ nflor. All uoin-  initions throiiKlir.iit tlie prownro le be mailo  al a di^iifnnleil eentral place in each electoral  illHliiet, mill on Ihu'txinii) da).        ������  I All notice, of Iho d ite of public meelui'-s  fni iho ulietion of doloitnte*' lo nominaluik  wimi ntiori-, tho iiiiiiortioiimeiil nT dele'talos,  ufii-I tlio plnee nnd daioof iioiiiiii.iliii^ coineii-  lion- in -moral eheloral iliitricls iiliall bo pie-  pind n> tlio munlier fif the eyeeniivo of the  dn 1.-10II in wlil.-li llio olcitoi.il districts aie si|.  unte. anil t-sned o\. r lhe iianiosof I he prosidoul  mil icerctnry of the I'towni-uil (/'oniervalivo  Aimii I 11.nil  OFIHOrAL BROICK11S FOR XIrii s  NON-PERSONAL" LIABILITY. ' (FVA^MINF.) % l  '_  DULUTIl, Minn. <  CALUMET, Mich.  CHICAGO, 111.;  NELSON, H. C.  CAMBORNE, B. O.  9  i Camborne,  J. ir. SMITH,  1'iopni.to  First Class Accommodation   for   Travellers.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  A ion linttof tie prip-.-inria! ercenliie will be  le.hl at Vancouver witliiti n inoiilh, and llierlate  for lioldmx dHlru-t ii<miinnhij(,'< i.im-nt hum will  tlii-ri be (!/��������� d. .KlII.N' HOUSTON.  I'll siiloiif nf I ho I'i o\ iih nil  ('ou"i'ri.itive Ai-oeiation  N, |vin,.!|itieS'.li, ItA!  John -ill,! r sti ik k   thu hue nolo  ,hn  iiPMirl im inoK   coal and oil  of 1,000, llms aiming a dealb blow nl  Ihepowri oi tin chinch (is a political  fuctoi in Qiicbiv .  OVI,  I'l ()!'!,! , OM,   \ \ nov  Smiiill uieoiidy   with   this gn al, act  hedwland   foi    the   dowlopmenl,  of  niilion il   indiisliii s, and    m    In*,  liisl  spieohin   (hi   legi"l.i(UK'he expiessii  -*novv fh ids in w inn i  Voiii dinggists will lelinid voiu  moneyif v-oii ,ue not sulislii-ilallei using  Chainliei Iain's (Jolic. Oholcia and  I ll.il I boeu Ilemedy. Il il eveiyubeie  .idillil led lo be the llllisl Sll( i e>-| ill i r-  medv m lhe use loi' li.ivvcl i oinpliiiiiN  and I he only one that nevei IihIm. It  that magnificent  sentiment  which he   is pleasant, sale and reliable.  Kootenay Lodye  No. J5A.F. & A.M.  Theri'KiiIni inoetlngj  lire held in the JI.u.-  oiili! Tomiile. lioilrne  I [all.   on   lhe    tliiul  Mondiij    in   ( noli  fc  ji.   in  el liren  IlohiliI.  It. OOUDON"   Si CKK1AI1V.  ���������J3������iS������-~^S������XNp=������ inoiirh  ut    fc  *^5-5tS"~>3S^J"'    vlsl''nK   ''rc  ���������st���������:*''��������� loidllillj woli  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  ���������"^^ss^Calgary, Alberta  'Learn By Mail  -Tilli   REVELcSTOKE  PHOTOGRAPHER  S  A   SPECIALTY.  Over Kootenay  Mail Oflice  SEI.KIKK T.ODGE. NO. 12. I. O. O. F.  Aleel-i every Tiicsrtiiy  cveiiinB in Pelklrk  ir.ill nt S o'clock.  VisiliiiK lirctliron cor-  &/<hi\]]y  Invited  to tit-  lOII'J.  J. OUT'III'/IT, N. G. J. MATJIIE, She.  E. WATEPuSON.  Bricklayer and Ston<3inason  Pitman's Business Courses  are known all over lhe  world.'   ���������  Full course from Ten Dollars.  Pitman's Business College.  Opposite Hotel Vancouver  I' 0. ������ox 131.  KKVjxsroKi-:, n. c.  All lints of 3t.i-.nn work nndcrUikDn.  J������slini,itOi,Kivcii for b ailding-3, etc  H. B. STONEX,  MACHINIST  AND GUNSMITH,  Opposite Cuntuil Hot ol, Revelstoke  Lathe and   Genei'iil Machine Woik  Pioinptly  .Executed. / ,  '    ������������������ ;,' "KZ'PM  nf, ":-:xi?m  "-"^7������3SW������        |'i r      ,    ttjAryt  (       I IV   ~ i  THE KOOTENAYMAIL  T/������������   JLA/R2WEAV.  F/j-/>   ane?   Poo/   Creeps��������� Grout   Lake  '     i i t  Ferguson   Mining   Camps.  md  v  (Continued Fiom Lust Issue.)  Mohawk Group.  ,   /JL'lic tr.iil  to  Mohawk  gicuip leaves  the Tool cieek   tr.nl   just   above,  tlio  ��������� junction of Mohawk and Tool cic'oka.'  This i-3 one of the steepest and most  inaccessible ti.iils m thc conntiy and  is .t gic.tt ch.ivvhack to thc iley^slop*.  ment of that section. Thc elevation  of the point at which the trail ciosses  Mohawk is 1090 feet above Camborne,  nnd it climbs thc mountain by a Ijiijj  seiics of steep sag xngs  Theie aie about' 150  location*  ou  Mohnvvk   crock,  coveting   it   mi 'ci.il  ' belt of lcmniknblo piomise.  'r  Tlie I'ust pro'pcity  met (with  aftei  crossing Pool  cieek   is   the  Mohawk  gioup in which 11. lieu nicy mid othcis  , inc inteiestcd. Some development  vvork'has been done r on the Kieaiio  chum of the gioui) iilongsido the tiail,  ehowing it good guide, of oio, so'nio of  it. steel gnlcn.i. Zinc is also piesent.  T|io strike of  Uiit.  lead  appeals to ho  '-X J7 W.   f..���������      ,. .  Old Homestead'. I  " '"This is> the newt piopeity above the  jMolniwk group, and ia owned by McKay Iii os. it Strut!, of Heiiton. it is  imclci bond ,to . W.ill. Tool, who is  iiiteioslmg Dakota and. Chicago  cnpit.il in il. ' The piopeity'has le-  imiikubly line ^suifucc showings.  Seveiul leads ni'ii p.uallel to one an-  > othei ilieleiigth'of the piopeity.' Thoy  nic e\cccdingl.v well delmed, standing  up piominciitly * above the'countiy  lock, which, owing "to .its softci chin-'  .ictef.'is eroded between. These lends  have .i sti ike of K 83 W, nnd stand  above the plane of the mountain as  much'no 50 feet. The' Bcntiice ti.ul  tnkes-along   tho .summit '"of' one of  , these ndges A well-known pios-  pe'ctoiiiufoims aia ,thc leads .no ti.ice-  abliTby these iidges for thousands of  lent 6 At the time of om visit Mi.  Tool had just spout two d.ijs sampling  these leads nnd obtained thej'ollovving  leiults ���������        "        " ,  .So J���������72o/ gold,'value SHJoOi/er  ton. y  '*So. 2���������7 IS o/..  gold,  value- $113 GO  pci ion' -    i    ���������.  . 'The oi c-bod ics on the'property lf.ivc  been sampled by other'' panics at  various times One set of samplings  gave iismijs of $34;another set.ran $31)  io $38.' Mr. McLennan, nssayer, of  Cnniboine, made a thoiough sampling  with Jesuits avcinging $lO,t ,\\u\t  sainphiurs by the ovvneis, Mcssis. Mc-  K.iv ilios. and Stiutl, gave $2S to $30  S.iiniiles'vve saw 'aie 'amongst thc best  golil-l'c.iiing oies wc h..ve seen in the  c.unp, showing ^ comparatively co.iisc  gold. /Die leads :uc in schist loim-  atior, following along the'extension of  =the'l'"ish   cieek   gokf  belt     The   Old  Ilii'iieste.id is one of thc niust'proinis-  ing p.ospecis' in   the  L.ude.iu     It is  one of thi'y most  easily   developed b..  cuisscut i tunnel*   .it   vaiious. depths  down ilic^iiiount.un'side    Each   tun-,  ncl would cut* tlie1" whole' sciies of six i  leads  thc  he developed  to   bettei  moie economically  gold lieai in-  piopeitiea   m  "and theie .no few  camp which could  advantage  or  Other. Properties  McKay Bios and Stiutt al-o own the  Idaho, which   they  puichascd fiom J  A. M.uree 'and   \V    Gci.ud,   anrP thc  Fianklin gioup is owned liy Cully and,  Smith i  Ne\t  the   Old   Homestead   is   the  Rambler, owned liy C. McDowell  Be.vond (he Old   Homestead   is   the  i  Si/yer Dollar  mainly owned by the estate of the late  .). Jkst, and on which scvei.il p.utics  aie now making deals' Theie arc two  leads on thc piopeity, 50 ft. a p.ut.  The oie is much the same gi.idc as is  piodneed on thc Re.itnce.      , ,}  Above the Silver Doll.u .no the  Silver  Crown   and Mountain   Boy  owned bv .XJ  A   Magec nnd \V  Ger.ud,  -of Coinaplix     These, claims  look weli  foi the development <-o f.u done     The  lead is 10 feet vv ide .  The Beatrice  l*, the next piopeity and is located at  he.ulwateis ol Mohawk < in k. on thc  divide between the 'Fish'and Laidcau  i'watei sheds. At thc time of oni visit  the uppei woi kings weio filled vv'ith  snow and vve weio unable 'to sec the  ine bodies developed theie  The infoi mation fiii ni-hrd us hy  lhe societalv of the conipinv, II Y  Anileison. claims foi the piopeity  i,000 tons of (.ie in sight of an average  value of $J00 pci ton  Development consists of a shaft 35  feet No. 1 tunnel has been run 80  feet to meet sii.ift, and extended 135  lcct by drifting on a body of ore lmining lioni IS inches lo 5 ftct in width.  No. '2 tunnel has been inn 45 feet  lowei and Im a (li1-! nice of 105 feel,  exposing a bully ol me avei.iging a  width ol four feet. Awin/e wns .sunk  t-iniiici ting lhe shaft and Nn I luniiol  with this in iiiel '! best  pnse dlllclfin nii'-clllili's  <uie is a s!i cl galena 'I  giev coppei  310 feet below No '2 tunnel a cio*s-  cut i������ being i im In cut n guld-bcuing  (pi.ul/ vein, nnd it will be continued  under the lug showing A quint/,  lead sti ikes along by the poital of lhe  tunnel but no woik has been done on  il. This tunnel wns in 150 lcct, nml  was being i nn unilei ciinli.ict tn II.  Hotline nnil I Thomson who had ���������in-  filhci   100 fiel In inn to (iiiiiplele il  1SI feet lower iiiiolbei eins-'cul  tunnel intended to cinssint the big  lead, his been um nhoiil !>()() feet, nnd  il is e.xpecUil it will hnve to lie um  300 feet fin l bei lo ncconipirbh its  object This li-vv level will give a  .depth of 010 feet on the innin Ind  'J'he formation is n guiphitic schist.  I in. CAMP  is nl. an oleviilion   of  li.220 fl., ju-l on  ���������   tunnels   e.x-  'I lie smallei  he  laigei ia a  timbei line.    It is conveniently ' fitted  up and water laid on.       ���������      t '  The schists have it sti ike of X GO \V  and two qiinil/. leads cm, be seen cutting along thc face of the blult'above  the cum p. These aie gold-bc.ii ing,  and aio said to horn well., .It is the  intention of the nianagei, F Fulinei,  to,ship next winter if it i.twhidc load  can bo got in, nnd ns such a loadViIl  inn through ono of the nchest inincial  belts in the pioviiicc piovision should  be made for it by the government. Q  ti      ; '  Lucky'Boy Group.  'X I  A   PKOI'IIUTV THAT    PAYP    I HUM   CK.VSFi  , "     KOOTfc  G. Stead has pioved himself one of  the pluckiest and most successful  mining men, who has con'ic into the  country. - Taking a bond on the l.uclcy  Hoy,on the summit above Tiout cieek,  seven miles 'fiom Tiout Lake City, u,  thc dend of winter/when the cotuit'iy  vvns coveicd with several,feet of show,  he bioke trail to the mine, got in supplies, stiu ted it crew nt uoik,nud took  out oio of high grade fiom glass roots,  yielding, accoiding to tlie information  he gave Us, $3' for evory.dolliir he pub  into tlie giound.' Satisfied with the  results ho ac(|iiiicd thcy piopeity nnd  litter on bonded the adjoining claim,  thc lloisoshoo, from Messis. .Craig,  J1111 mil ii and McCartci L        "        '  The piopeity now consists' of live  claims, the X ,Y. Z , Lucky Coy," Uluc  Jay. lloispshoc and C. JL ��������� Jt is at an  elevation of, 4,152 feet or 1,752 feet  above Tiout Lake City. Tlio oio is at  the contact between' a bed of lime and  schist, though the (issuiing in w Inch  tho ore occuis extends into the lime,  and cm -he tiaced in it by a seam of  quait/ .of varying thickness. It. is  howovei -'eicaily define l> in the schist,  with smooth walls, .ind the oie makes  in thc.schist. j  * '  g Development woik is being c.iined  oh both on tlio Lucky Jioy and Doisc-  shoc claims' On tlie /clump of the  Lucky Hoy-are 400 sacks of oie,  equivalent to two eai loads, ready for  shipment. This oie is of higher grade  than , the tlucc ��������� cat loads ' Mr. Stead  shipped in the ".piing, and is expected  to'not $200 a ton aftei Spaying height  and smelting chaiges The oie, contains a good deal of tctr.ihcdiitc and  caibonates ' ',   - "     ,   i"''    '   '  Dl.VI.IOPMI.M  woik on the Lucky Roy consists of a  shoi t ciosscut tunnel on the lead, then  awin/e and a dnlt, fiom bottom'of  winze following the'oie I oily5 The  lead inns ,'fiom a few inches to four  feet in width and at one point vvas  found to cany foui feet of solid, high-'  grade oie. 'At the time of our visit  'thoio was 21 feet of oie in" the lace of  the stopc, mostly shipping oie Wc  have not seen cleaner mining than  that done in this -stope so as to save  cvciy pound" of the uch oic'hcic  obtained.,, tin' addition to 'the;.400  sack* of oicon the suiface wc olisci vid  anothci 93 sacks at the .loot of the  win/.e.ind nc.u lj all of shippinggiade  The lead on which'the above woik  has been done has a sti ike of X 74 \V,  and clips 4S cleg, easterly, bul is getting  moie pcipendiculai with depth On  the , ,  ,'  ��������� noi(Si;&iidn  cl.ii.-i la consideiablo amount  of  oie  li.is'bcen  sacked   nnd   tho  men   weie  working in a fine face  of oie close on  tin cc feet wide  A tunnel has been started 200 feet  down thc mountain side, and will be  um to ciosscut the 1-nd at that depth  A few days ago oie'was situek iu it  Othei oic-bodies mo known to exist  on the piopcrly hut no development  done on them so far.   , ^  Theie is abundance of timbei on the  pioperty, and thc mine is a ihy one to  work in. The government pioposc to  put in a law'hulc tinil direct j fiom  Tiout Lake City, thus seeming a good  giado along the mountain side, and if  this work is piopeily earned out it  will place the Luckj Box gioup,  Rufllcd mid \\ ihow Giouec,iiiid Coppei  Chief in a bettei position as leg.mls  tiansnoi tation  Twelve men aio nt piesent employed,  limning two shifts The woik is in  charge of William Watson, loimetly  foicmau at. the North St.u. in East  Kootenay, and it is vvch nnd intelligently done. It is a fine thing for the  mining industrv of this section to sec  oxpciienccd and lcliablc men of Mi  Watson's stamp coming in and taking  ohaigeof opeiations, foi it isaguai-  nnteoof the host icsults tbat'ean be  got  The ovvneis of the Lucky Roy gioup  have five men at woik on the Kthol,  running it tunnel to prove thispiop-  ci ty at considei able depth v  POLITICAL  The socialist paity expects to cany  Grand Folks, Kuslo, Slocan, Fernie  and Xaiiaiino at the coming elections.  F. Ogle has been appointed socialist  organisei for Revelstoke and Kamloops,  Mr. Ogle will be socialist candidate foi  Vancouver. , ' ',  Speaking at Eburne, .Joseph Mai tin  said he would loyally suppoit whomsoever the liberal members to be ic-  turned at the coming elections sh6uld  choose as their lender. ' ���������"  Notwithstanding the vigoious opposition of tlie conservative wing of  tlie senate the act to place a head-tax  of $500 on Chinese ,coming into the  countiy has become law.   '  -The following telcginin was sent to  ��������� W A. G.ilhhcr.'M 1'., bv Mayor Rose:  "Nelson desires to, expiess its,appreciation of your ell'oits and those of the  othei piovincial uicmbcis ii^obtaining  ti measuie of lclicf for the lead ind us  tiy."  In his speech nt Delta Jolin'.Ohvcr  asked why, if Piemier ivlclhide was  hincet(i in his party line "movement  thc Iiist candidate he hud put up was  a libcitil, namely Gilloid for' Xcw  Westminster, and why lion. JMcPhil-  lins had ndmittcd to him that as coif:  sei vatives the Mcljrido < goveriunei't  could not exist''  W. J. Taylor, law piutner of J). M.  K.beits, bus issued a cynical ��������� circtiIni  to the electors of Xoith-Fast Kootenay  attacking the conduct of \V. C. ^Vells  nnd J. I). Pi entice ^ver the C.P.'R.  hind grunts. Tho' clectois of 'that  constituency know" Mi. Wells, and  know itiwas he who saved the province fiom gioss spolintion.' which  Tayloi defends for obvious icasons   ' '  'J'hc niilway coniniis&ion bill being  dealt with at Ottawa piovides for governnient eontiol of chaiges by'railway  companies for coninieicial'telegrams.  Railways must also bear ex-pense of  lands ovei nnd above  before, l.nlwavs weie  companies mo" also  icsponsible for' stock  i.iilwnys otheiwise than by  igence of owne'i.     , .       "''  ~  '   ;    His Last Hope Realized.  [Krom tlio Siiilmol, Gtb'o, Mont 1  Iii the first opening nl Oklahoma  to settleis in 1SS0. the editor ol this  paper vvns mining lin- ninny si-i-Keis,  nfter foi tune vvtiii made the hig i.ie..  one tine day iu Apnl. Dining 1,  ttaveling .i I Kit 11 and aflei winds hi  camping upon Ins ilnim, he eiKoim  tered iniich bad vvaler, which, logithei  with severe licit, gave him a vi*i v  sjvci e (li.n I'hoeii which it seenud al-  innst iiiipussihle in (heck, .mil along  in June the ease Ih'l.iiiii- so ImJ he had  expected lo die. One day one'ot his  lieigbni's brought Iiin. one sinallrhiitile  of Clinmhi'i liiin's (Join-, (Jliiik'i.i i .mil  Di.uihoe.i Rem-ilv as a l.isl hope.  A big dose was ^iven hull vvlnlehe was  rolling a hou I on giinind in gi e.i t igouy,  and in a lew iiiuiiiles lhe dose was  lepe.ited.    Th" };ooil ���������-(!��������� i-i ol llii'iued-  ICIII" W'.IS  ' SHOII   | iml ii ed     .md        \\ il h III  an In in r lhe p.ilien'i was i.tkiM-r Ins lust  sound s|y.p tor a Im lingiil. Th.il one  little Iiul tie win ked .i iiinipleii' line  and lie i.iiiiiut hut lei'l gialelul The  season for linwel ilisonleii liemg'al  lliind siie;ges|s this item t Fur fs,ile  hy all druggists. '  ft  Fine,. Upholstered Furniture.  , We have" an exceptional  stylish raiige of Parlor Furniture���������all of which is upholstered by ourselves.  i        t  You can choose  cover when desired  Samples mailed.  We   have   made  Fumishiii'' a life" studv  your ow n  lOtliC  COMPLETE  FURNISHERS  _Ji  7$  T '   CONTRACTS 0FC ANY  ^5TL JU! MAGNITUDE EXECUTED  di .lining  faun  woik  necc-saiy  built  ''llailvvay  made tdiicctly  killed on  gioss.nc!;  The Badshot.  It is a pity to see the Ihidshot lying  idle. This was fonneily leg.uded as  one of the most valuable prospects in  lhe L.iideau, nnd bus evcty pioinise of  luiiiing out well The piopeity is  locaUd .il head of CJ.iinci cieek. The  me is of excellent giade, having inn  up lo Wti in silvei. $10 gold, nnd 7(i  pc cent lead. Thc high lead content  has of comsc been a disadvantage in  the (lavs nl a denioialised lead niaiket,  but in i"iew of the bonus to be  gianted should piove nn advantage  Thcownei-s of the piopeity aie. l'\  C Campbell, of Tiout Luke. W. Johnson, of Uo.iton, and .1. Hlack, of  lleuvci 500 feet of woik has been  dfii" ou (he piopeilv, on which tlieie  is ,i xcin I feet wide and lilled almost  enlitelv vvilh oie, a -;ood deal of which  is a eaihoiialc Theie is a (inantity of  me on the (lump ic.nly fni shipment  The piopei Iy eonsisLs of live claims,  the li.ulshol, I'eiij Lode, Xo. *25  liulte nnd Lone Tine A shaft has  been sunk 75 feel, ihiils hmi. win/i  sink .S."> feet nnd n ciusseut tunnel  inn SO feel The woikinus llius ev  lend lo ii depth ol Kit' fi et  ���������ro ii. Ciiiituiiii-.i  Joseph Maitm'addiessed a meeting  at, Iibui ne last week. lie foicibly/Helmed Smith Cuitis's chaiges against  him. Kcfeiiingto thc-C. P. li. land  giants he said. '" Take,JIcBiide' himself. , Ke was in tho existent governments when the'famous giants,weie  given, and he has ncvei jet'gone back  on the action. 'Then theie is Mc-  I'hillips. lie appeared befoie .the  enquiiy committee on behalf of "thc.C.  P ll" TVs foi/' tho McBiidc govei n-  nicnt, ltvmust shoulder .the "onus of  the whole tiansaction. The conseiv-  atives have decided to suppoit thc  pieniici who seized fiom ,'Ohai Ics Wilson the position of leadei, they should  hTive repudiated, his assuniption of  ollicc; instead they confirmed it.  Ilencc they must bc.n the sins of Mi.  McfJi ide "  *c  \    *   i* . i  '    Speaking  at "L.idnci   John   Oliver  said the coal and oil hinds claimed by  the C 1' li. weio sull held in'iesei ve,  and he cbaiacteiised it as the gicatest  scandal on the Ameiican continent  The simple fict" was thetC PVR vvas  juggling ^with .the Hiitish fColuinlii.i  g"vei ninentr Ho vvas infoi mod* that  < no of the* two1 blocks contained" a'  l.uge i[iinntity of coal���������on ciediblc  authoiity he m'iglit s,i\ it w-.is the  laigcst. coal bed'in the vvoild, lt'cx*  tends,to Albcita and the value is be-  vond conception. In Sn Thomas  Shaughnessv 's swoin statement, the  coal in that one block alone was moie  than the value ot the whole railway  That coal, he claimed, must beieseived  foi the use of thc people. Bnt'sh  Columbi i should not'sell any moie  coal land, it should be leased on conditions ulvantageoiis to the state  The ti nth lias leaked out about the  visit to Ottawa of lions'Wilson mil  Gieen They    have   (been    tiding  to l.nse .t-.c.iiiipnigu fund. JJoi-  den, tbe leader-of the conseivative  p.ntjjhas taken them to Montieal  wheie Sn Thos Shaughnessy dwells  and the C..P* It has ,i big bank account $50,000 will not be missed  fiom the C P. 11 coffcia if it secuies  from Giecu and WiNon a pledge on  behalf ol the censci vative p.u tv that  the wav of the C L' Ii will be made  easy in tliis, piovmce. and especially  tow.uds peifecting its title to the  East-Kooten'iy coal and oil,, lauds.  McBiide, when ministei of the ci own.  voted to give these lands to the C: P.  Ji. Theie is nothing inconsistent in  his doing the" same thing again ns  pieniici. Anothci object of the visit  of Hon's. Wilson nnd Gieen to Ottawa  is to endeavoi to find a wnr-ciy  against the lihcials���������not. that, they  cue a snap whethei thc Japs .no excluded, so long as they can hoodwink  thc votei.  HENRY'S NURSERIES  Fruit arid Ornamental Trees  - Greenhouse and Hardy Plants'c  Roses, Rhododendrons, etc.  Tons of Home Grown and Imported  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds',  Im Spi ing Planting.  CUT FLOWERS  tin- HhIK, Weddings  Uhiu-t b Decoi.iliniis  Fuiieial Designs.  AG KIOU LTUrtAL J M PLI5MISNTS,  / BI5I3-SUPPLIES,   ,      ,.  '    1-TtUlT BASKETS,   '  '-'   '    FBUTILIZEHS  T  Complete Installations Our Specialty  , ^Finest Class of Machinery x ' .   .   :  he/Hintoii-Ele'ctric Co. Limited  'VICTORIA and VANCOUVER. ,  Calnlogiio Kroo.      Dislcrn I'nccs or Loss.  3U0!)  m. j: henry,  Westminster  lload,   Vancouvei  . Wiiiti: Lahok Only. >  WRAPPING 'PAPER  ' PAPER BAGS.  AND  The Kootenay (Mail has been  appointed   agent  fin   one   of  'the laigcst  Canadian   Papci  'Mills  "Wiappmg  papers in   tolls oi  llat,rf. and   papci   bags   oh' ahK  weights and si/cs supplied to  Older punted or ii n pi in ted ,  Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.  r      .'       ', V      . .' I  i;ajuj.fflimgYimi������5iMi^U'������iiMirou,im������������MLiii^  ���������7)t)s.  i  ;d -2011s  '..'���������KING   HOWARD" KXJOs  .'���������III2ADLIG1IT,"'  "li.xGLK." l(K)s an  ������������������VJOTOIilA,"    , .  I '  * l  yLlTVLE COMET." .  FOR   SALE   EVERYWHERE  Are the best that can be 'bought .'  \ ������������������������������������ # # X L '  Don't experiment with other and inferior brands.  .USE   S3DID"Z"3S  GSAZIKG REGULATIONS'   i ���������  For Mpiiitoba, the  Northwest  Territories and the Railway'Belt in  British Columbia.  I i.i*i- for Km'"!? iniipo-iCs are ls-ued for a  linn of I"i-iil.v-olio >cars, and tlie rental ii-nt  tin i um.r luoccnlnaii itcre per nnnuin, pny-  ulili 1m1( \iarlv in .uh.irre.  ' I.i "Is unlink"! in a (jra/ini: lease may lie  uiili'I..... n for lioine-te.ul piilrj, wile or rail-,  win j-iii ' .i-i's. l������n i'o ic-imil is cliai-Kcd on inch  laml-ii. m tli.-il.it'j upon uhlch ihcynro ������ith-  i!:iii> it fi  in llie lt.i������c.        ' '  .������. 1. --i v nf pi-.i/in,- |,vml, is not entillcd to the  Iwv ll.. tinn. but lu- mn>, upon apnllcniion lo  llie .i(-i in of Doiiiiiuon l���������in(ls, obtjun each .venr  ilel!i--l permit to em on liis leasehold Whiu-j  over (I'l.nititv of hay ho may rcqmru for lui-  nv ii ii-.-. fneof due.. I lie department ro-servlnfc  llie lu-lit in i-jiie pel initi. to other applicant.  -  Ajipn. .moils   for   t'rn/niK lea-es i-honld  be ���������  inaik io I lie-societal), Department, of the In  tenor, Otl.ivva.     ' < '  y P. G. KEYES,   '  Secretary. Dcparlment of the Interior.  *���������������������������> ,  <i  .S'. S.   "Archer"  ��������� TABLE  or S. $.j " Lat deau.'  ItiiiinhiL'  bcivvccn   Arrow head.    Tlionifoiih  Land in,; and Coni.iplK. eoniiiieiiciii-,' Oct. 14111, ,  t'Hil. will -all as lollcius (nunthcr pcimillhiKl:  l.i.iv.,��������� .virovvlnnd   for  ThoinsonV   IjindiiiR  and CoiiiiiulK twice dally at 101.. and 15k. i '  Ia'uvo Ciiiii'ipli*: and TliomsoiiV 1-andiiiB for  Aniiwliu.d nslce dnll> ia ;.15k. nnil IS 13k.  Making Uo-e ionnvuiloii������ .vvilh   all C 1'. It.  Uaiiis .ui.! boats, i   a  'I I.u owiioi- luservu the ilulitlo clian c time. >  of -allii.Ks without notice.'       , .,  TIIK Kill.II ltOIIINSON LUMIJKlt CO. l/TH.  ' K. HOKINSUN, '  ,    ���������    v       Managing Director.  The Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  ���������  ; *.   TIME TABLE '  \_  Vr   (Dm iuii MMMnf of Jijfjh jivtitei-.),'  - -', '-vi  7'-?&< (���������  !MMMIMIMVaiJ������.IA'l������MMMMJM.������lJia^ltVl'rill������<MllM^llllJJ'.^^^  r.Pi  Eanuas  Halcyon Hot Springs  ���������" ' .^Tanitarium.iyX   K  rpn  IK MEDIOAT, WATRKS of-lLil  i-V'iiii .ni" 111.' iiinsi i in.iiive in tli**  win Id/'I'V pi-i'fi'i I, ii'iini.il lemedy Im  .ill .Ni'i'miii*. .md "Mii-i ul.i���������__ dise.isi-s,  Ln ci. Kidni'v .ind .Smiii-iili' .ulini'iil*.  .mil   Met.ilhc    PuisiimiiK."    A sin i'cure  11uv. "Tli.ii   Tin:d   Fi-flin^."     Spi I  tales (in    .ill    Im,its   .md   tt.nns.    Twit  in.ills   .niivi'  .iiitl   di'pnl,  i'-.i'iv  ,d.iv  'IVh'Ki.ipli    i oiiwiiiinii .iliini     Willi   .iii  p.u I s ot  I In*   vvrnlil.    An   expei lent id  in.iss. inger. V,       ,  .  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrobo Lal(c. 'B, C.  THE MINES.  fiyion X ^'hitc, of the Slocan .St.u,  sins: '-The mine ovvneis .nc getting  .iii they nsked lot from the dominion  ���������-ovoinnient,. The ellect of the bonus  will ceitniulv he lienclici.il. Jndiiectly  the bonus vvill he of still K'Cnter  benefit to the piovinco .is it vvill In ing  sevei.il millions of IJritish mid .'.niei-i-  e.in money into the .Slocnn .md Koot-  eiinv lc.id initK^ for investment."  A New Crop of Corn  Isn't, wry h.ii'd In inisi' vvilh llie ���������ml  of Liulil luiots. Iii >t, leuiedv is I'ut-  nimi's Pinnli'ss Cmn and W.nL Evil, it-tin. whicli dues in one dnv. Ke-  fiisi* a sulistiiiiti'fur PutiiMin's it'*(  Lhe  Vl'l v llfst.  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Relail Dealer lnv^_<anS^^.  BEEP,    PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  Vll nnlus promptl> filled.  REVELSTOKE,   B.   G.,   a'ndKhiKbtrl^  ���������    Vi  PlC ,  E. W. B. Paget, Pn)p.  inipl, clehvciv "f p.ncels, li.iij.n.uje,  lively  any p.u I. (if  p.u eels,  the City.  J. LAUGHTON,^Proprietor,   _ '  revelstoke; b. c. , /  ',t * i  Tins linli'l is n'liu upi'ii fin llie  ai c Dinuiod.iLinii ot   lhe I lav i'iini^  I in Id if.    It is llie niiisl i Hinfiiii'iilly situ iti'd hotel m Lhi"titv*. lii'in^  .il l In-i oi nei nl Fu *-! Si i i'i'l and Cinni.iuiflit Avi'tuie, in tIt* lie.uLnt  Ih" luisini'ss put twin i it   1 he i ity, mm cmi'iil, In  i.nlvt.iy *-I,iLioii .ind  rpnsi ullice.    ff      ~ ,"' " ,    , ' "r o  First Clasa Accommodation and Table.- -  - *   ���������  'Boat Brands of Wines, Liquors and Ciy  ft  jars.  &<>0<H>O<K>-O<>������>:O<>-CK^  REVELSTOKE;'B. C.  Nnvlv   J  null  ABRAHArilSON- Df.OS ,   PROPRIETORS  ~*       > -���������' i  Fii������I-cI.if.s in evci v icspcct.      />ll niodcin convenience0  '    <\a    Jytrrge S.i ni pic Rooms., iV  Rotes SI 50 per Day     c      .    Special Weekly Rates ,  Queen's Hotel, Trout   Lake,  under   same   mann'rement.  I -- .       ' *\  f  iaamijjiHJii,iii.tL.u'.' ,wauiimi������,.u m ^jL.'u^^������LiijiiirjiL^.M^iit������rnggiitwp.i.i>iiMiKi;.i.^^jMWMMan!rwTn  *^T������ rj^ "^fe? 0^������ t^������ rffr* <^fr������ /^������ -^-> r^> <^> r^T5 C?57 f^7 c5?7 r$r������ X^> f^SS (^r������ r^������ >"^5? f^������ fsfr������ (^> ?^������ ^^ f������*i0 f^T t-4^-������  in.  ,( .    Leave Eijrht Mile'Landing each ,  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY .itO'ii.  - "' i.     . .  .   *    i        :  r   .   .   L.-.ive La Porte each ���������  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY at 2 p, in,'  ySPEOIA[/'HUPS vmII he made be-''  tvv-i'i'ii d.ill's ot u'Hulai-rS.iilinK when-;  ever luisitii-ss, <i(Thihc! vv.iii.inU same.1   t  _ The jCiiinp.uiy_ i v*ir\ v e< the i ipht to  ih.in-'e lime tuid d.ivs'of sailing without, until p. 'i . y  S,       - .   \ . ���������   >.s.r  -   ...vl,.i tJ  -iT-f   ��������� '  7-J'YXyt  i " Vrir* *"\.  Xy- V*fc|  ,    J.'f-l.f.vftl  ':kih>x*ti  FORELAND,  Master.  r.,D.  13 AC HER.  , Purser.  OCEAN, STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mall Lines.       I     - *��������� ���������  Cheapest Route to tlio Old Country.  ALLAN USE-Krom Montreal.    ' ^ '  IJ.-vv.nian.            ' July IS     '  Ionian July 2.5  Tuin--iaii, ..    ..* ! Vug 1   '  "'.   -DOMINION LINK-Kioui Montreal.  ".    ,.   it  Cim.ida   .  .   '.  ."..'. ...July IS'    -  Kensington ." July2o      ,  Dominion.. . .    . *- Aug 1 i !  '    r DOMINION LINK���������Ki oni Hoston.  Mil} flower  '   ...'... Julv'lfi  Uoluinbi.v Julj 23   l--  Commonvvl.iIlIi   VX. !..    ., July30  ('AN. PACIHC K'Y LINK���������I'i oni Montreal.  >  Laker.nc ���������''     ".. i .'..r.'...:..Juh 23 y '  l.tkf M imiuba     '   ". ���������       July!*)     *  L.vkeCliiiiniil.uu.. . .. .'. An?. 13,' ,     ""       "'"  ' V.  AMKItlCAN  LINL-  -Fi oni  New  York.  .  .-i  J'ml.idclplii.i' .. .  Si- J 'it ii I   St. Louis  ".'...",  ... .  ..Juir 15  ...July i2  V. July 29  WHifK SI" AI  . LINE  ���������From Nev  York.  "V  Ctdric   Alajcsiic ..  I'eltii.        Occami .'  ...July  ...Julv  .. July  ...July  17  21  20  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  All   niili'is  'left   nt R    M. ymvilie's  ih.ni.. Sinic, in hv Telephtine, No   7  II   li i PHI' pl'illltit,   ll ti nl um  Winer Chunof's newly* im-  o o *'i  ported stock of Chinese  find Japanese goods.  The best assortment c\er  landed in Revelstoke of  useful' and ornamental  articles:  Tea -<en ices  I Mules  I'.askels  ('.nil' Cli.um  Itiuidkeiolilcff.  !'lov\ci I'uls  Umliiella tjtiuids  Liiik ll llllsl.lt.-,  .SiiiiiKinu* .Iiii '.i'ls  Sill. Uoods  GOLD EISII  Kmcl stock of enndlus anil fruit in lown.  Front Street, rJevelstoke  Traflernarks  .mil CopyriRliti  ill its.  PATENTS ..  " lllll.lllll'll  ill III!   I (Hill  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent  Attorney  Meeliaiilc.il     Engineer    and     Diaiiglilsinvu,  llaulc  of 11. N. A. lliiililings, Il.mtiiigs blieet  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A postciud vvill secure an evi'iniiK apiioint  ment for those v\ lio cannot call dining tliudii]  Raw Purs Bouglil.  Cash Prices Paia  P.    Bo    WELLS,  Exporter of Furs.  OOMAPLIX  lhe Best House in Town.    -    Well Furnished  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  W. HAMILTON, Proprietor. ���������  Good Table fa  fa  fa -j?W ffa fa fa rfh r^y "fa ^ <$? <������t> <$������> <������? ^ <������������> (&<������&<&>&&&&&&&&&>'������?<���������%  ably furnished  with the choicest the markc  J".  affords.       Best   Wines,  Liquors, &  Rates $ i a day.  ��������� Monthly rate.  STOITE,  C igars.  PROI  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  "A h > ^ P&.   9 (  Rooms in Suites ivitli Baths and   Voitcts attached, jlovaiiig //of  and Cold Water, Inside 'Foilets on each Jloor, Gas Lighted aud  Steam Healed Throughout.  '     J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       ���������   '    GOLDEN, B. C.  L'iusslii^cis lickucd l!iroui;li lo all parts of  Gi.'iit lliu.uu and Ireland, and at bpccially low  nitcslo all parti- of the Kutopean continent.  Appl} to nearest railvMij or steamship agent or  to, '        , '  T.   W. BRADSECAW.  Agent.  Kovelstoke.  VV. P. F. CUMMINGS. Paclflo Agent.  ^ / 1 L  i ri: rii  -is V^^Vri  , Ji*;r-'iiJ|  -lit I  iXs',|  '>t  Sfandard remedy tor Gleet,  Gonorrhosa and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles.  G HORN  RAND  1EG1STEHID  \Uniori Overalls,  |������i������ Shirts, etc  (l\e  j lieu  TlM!  OOMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG,      -  Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquois and Cigars.  Travellers  to  Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this Hotel.  CALENDARS FOR 1904  \\'v li ivi> Ih'imi npi'oi.iii'il .iiri-iiis fin  lt'iuliiiK Iii ilish. O.iiiikI. hi .md AiiU'i'i-  i,in' in nis .mil (im oll'i'i .1 si'li'clinii (il  C.iIcihI.hs l.ir IIIIJI sin h ,is h.ts tirvei  Iii'Iiiil' li.'i'ii nlTi'i'i'd in lliis rlistnd,.  Hcsi'i vi' v (im oidi'is piMidiii^- .i (.ill  nl mil' 11'|ii i senl tl iw Willi  iplcs.  The Kootenay Mail Pub. Co. Ltd,.  KBVJSLSJ'OICB   Ji. C.  I h.ivi' st.ntt'd <i )it*itii;tiu'iifc Wood  Yni'il on Thud sti eel. With mv p.ist  expei iciice I hope to he in ,t pusitinn  Id s.,iLiifv nil ii'fjiiiii'ini'iils nt i iisimti-  cis Mill -11111 i ni duihkI supplied in  .my lciiqtlis ,n rediici'd  jiiicc'sfoi i,i~h.  K. SAMSON.  U'E  MAXU'FACTURK  tJool>������'    Aprom   nnd  Cap'. "  Carpenter*' Apron*,  Wallcri.' Aprons  l'alntei>'aii(l l'la������tcr-  cn>' Overall*',  Jiacl.lii.-vw Coat^,  Mackinaw Punt*.  Turpi ulliis,  DunnnKC HaK-.  Ilor-e niankcu.  Te-it.-'.  Kic. etc., etc.  lilrl*.  <l\ oralis,  leiilin I'.nil-.     .  ��������� ectl PnnM.  ���������'ottomulc I'.lllt-.  .Itiiiipcr-f,  Illouse-,  Kn^inccr-' J.iclci't������.  '.V'altcr-' Jacket'-.  Harlicrs" J.icki'l*.  '���������liiKlinni Jacktl-.  Mi--ion ri.inncl t'n  der������car,  r.-lalill-hed lfcii.1    IticorpiiRited lift,,  TURNER, BEET0N & CO.  ���������   LiMtn;ij.  WHOLESALE MERCHANTS,  Warehouse-. Whaif Sirt-et.  J-".ic-lorj, I H.1M1011 Slrcci.  vunouiA. n. c.  TO PRINTERS.  Wu have fur Nile ,i Pmiity I \ lunl.-i-  Prt't'b with vvhiih vve puui f I��������������� Km.i-  cii.-iy Mail. Kims liy hand ni'p.in-i.  The ieqiiitt'iiii'tit-5 (if mn- l>u-iin���������- ������������������-  f-f'biiUite our |iul(iii^ m n Iain** -Iimih  prefrs-, and it, is in maki* inntii Tin- ih.s  that we wish lu sell ihe Piniilv.  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  PUBLISHING CO. Limited. rJY  THE;KOOTJiJiMAY MAIL  ,We have a large, assortment 'of the best American .and , Canadian  makes of  -." Ladies, and Bent's, Parses  ..-(M.Cases and '^ '.  -rChatelaine Bags;;/.  i i  ir\  .'A  "-* ���������&'.'  'IV'  CAN  All'* the "newest   styles  '"  i      i "    i       "  on hand (atr the      ,   >l   v  LIMITED  X    >r  * a ...  ������V*  "*   ������  ���������dr    -  *           t ������  "f^fc  '*l~  '  ������ 35 *  J ^ o v  $-,  *il"J ,r  r  t7 ������ 1  ,     -lis  r  ,  j       ^"  ���������*   ,  Ss      s*  '���������*; ;-'  1- ,������. f  *'/'"  -   ,, ,-'-..  fit  ���������i!V(   r  .'*- **  \  -���������'j?-  >'���������',  rn  V  i '   *  vt ,  i'.-i*    ,  REVELSTOKBr  Cuot-T���������At   Beaton/.Tuly 10th'. to Mi.  \    and Mis. J. ll. Cioft a daii'diter.'  - j ,j   i     , r i > t  Foi.ky���������At-   Halcyon   Springs,  IJ.jC.  ���������" Tncad.iy^  July ,11th,   tilOIi,  Joaii'ii.i  ' (Furlong Fole.v;, beloved wife of J. .1.  Foley, of rAnonliend, 15. O.y a'^td -li  ,  'yoar^.' ��������� ,  'McMajxo\���������;At  liovclstoko, v.July   la,  the infant daugfitei^of Mr'.-anil1 Mis '  d. Mcplahon.       ".     -j ) .  Kyjry \  tOCAL:&GENERAL  '!,!,!  U-  "I  "*    1 s-  t   ^ The city schools open on Aug 10th.  The latest telegrams show Pope Leo  ,-sfcill lives.' - "     ,, ,     i- "~   ' "'   y  -   '   A^massagef'and "hydropathic  institution vvill'be opened in ltevclstojcc' ^  lB! >XRodgois* has,   Jbecii    appointed  , assistant collecto', of -votes  at Hovel  . 'stoke. -i < ''      ,  -      >.-    i..    , .,! *  The date has not jet been set foi'  J. the'proposed'stinion ^Sunday school  , picnic-v   ,   ������������������   "       '' -', v *���������  j~, AV.'E"Hiill, of_,Calgaty; has'bought  "theTXevv'Oxlev l.mcli on thc C. and 12  -'for about' $250,000.   r     '     |     '  '  '   The iiume.^aD, the  powei house was  completed��������� ,,.md     thcj* clectnc 0li������ljt  Mil ned on Saturday. (  /*��������� An" emeute* between 'some  Italians  was called at the com t on Mond.tj but  r adjourned till coda'y      '        v,      '    *  ���������i$%Yf'Yy'Y '{The! east somnplioieat the C 1' It  '  yi-y^i)   station.vvas burned down this motning  i'-r 'Jsbv, thu-l.imp''biusting < ���������   ,  -.,t v^The,Golden "Amateui   Athletic As-  '.it.  i^M y  -~A     J  ���������������<���������  7fc     pt������ >' ���������  111'  s    ������!  i yrity-'.y  ~y*i f  I'jii'"'"  h������t, " i  ^   tftr.< ���������  r*  f  Jticton to*ai! English syndicate-'-  y-v    The deaDiroccimecl   last   week of A  *D."McDonald, aged 77, who foi sevcial  "���������ye.ira had resided at Slinsvvap Ibit^.^  "    "PenjvLe.tke, M 12 , has been suivcv-  ^ ing the  ranching  lands  about itevel-  "  stoke for the Dominion government  "' l t Tins week M*. E.  McLaughlin,  col-'  lector of  votes.- visited   St Leon  and  Halcyon Spungy and 'legistcied about  40 voteis '  c "'nolland Mooie' had his leg fiacttned  at the Silver Cup mine and ^vas taken  to   theT- Miners   Union   Hospital    at  i Fereuson  Chief Arthur, of llie Engineers, died  suddenly at Winnipeg while addiCbs-  ing the members/   <���������        X  At the police court 'this morning  befoio It. (jioidoh, .1.1'., M. I'cttipicco  was fined $ fi and costs for" bieakiug  open the pound and lclcasing his  hoi se.s.    ,',  i At the inquest held at Nakusp Sat-1  uiday onf'death of Brakenian Stanley  thcijuiy > lctmncd a veidict of accidental death and acquitted the liain  cjow and employes of all blame  Thc Independent IJand has been  eVgaged to1 play at'(lie sports on Aug.  !'id and -Ith. They leCeivc'd con-  giatulations nn ' all hands for tho evci 11,1'nt time they pl.i.ved at the dance  on Mond.i). '     i < ,  A senes of galleiy, shooting competitions villi ,bc held every (hill night  after diill foi pii/.e-. contiibutcd by the  'meichants of" the city., Open to all  members of No' 5 company 11 M. R.  ,vvho make themselves elhcient. A  J R^Bo'ttoid', seci'elaiy to the El-  wood1 Tin woi keis Gold* Mining company, who aie opei.iting the Copper  Dolhu ,roii Fish ctoek, is'iiiiaiiging to  bung an evciusion tu Revelstoke and  tlnoiigh the Fish cieek countiy no\*t  month.,    |        ' ,   '  On Sunday, during chinch soivicc,  an alaim was sonly in'on'account of a  now liouki - being elected by Einest  Adair on' Fouith stioet being en-  dui'igcicdf by .shavings c?itching "lire.  .1 \V. Biinnett and others put it'oul  before diiin.iuu was done  At a meeting' nf the I2ibur.il Association nn Tuesday il' was decided to-  endoise Iho inquest ol the city council  to have the <nu;i- channel opened out  below the luidgc, and id in no Mr. Gal-  lihei and tho 'dep.u tinent 'at Ottawa  to li.iva.jlhc'woik put in hand.   Vj,  Oapl.   Lloyd  and   Lieut    liobinson  of the SalvatKin .\i'iny   .no f.uuvvclling  tomni'iuw^night.    Oil   Tuesday   Ihey  w ill irive1 llnce scenes  n; a drunkaid's  hie.    Qn Thuisday  they   hold a   f.ue*  well,>.ind leave 'foi. Spokane Fi iday lo  attend Genei ill,Booth's meetings      u  Don't wait  until   von   aie   totally  blind boioie yini have your eyes examined, but have them attended to when  it, is possible to ellect a conipletc.curc'  Consiilt-Di   W J  Uatvcy, Itevelstoke,  Fiiday   and   Satin day, .July 2J.-23, in  J. Guy B/ubei's new *,toie,   iMcKenzic  avenuel ' ^      'l      w \  i A meeting ol school 'tiustees-was  hold on Tliiu-sdaj Tendois foi, woi La  ucie opened, but owing to shoit.igc of  funds^tho only'conti.ict that could bo  aw.'udcd^ was that foi fencing T  ltabhcbesovwas the lowest tcntleiei at  $22,). and got tbe woik' Othei tendois  weie tieated as confidential foi >th'c  piesent.      , <���������  John   Houston   says   the   ditlcicnt*  siiellii'gs iof   thc.jWoid   L.udc.ui  aie  tiacc.ible as  follows     Lai do by G   LT,  Xagle on his townsite at head ol Kootenay lake, L.iideau by J. M   Kellie at(  head Anow lake, the 01115111.ii spelling  was I,aide.ui.\.   Jolnis.ivs  Itovelstokc  men aie lesponsiblo   foi   muddling up  llics'c names     IloLwants  the   name ol  L.iideau   mining division   changed Io*  Fisb'Ri.vci.'' ' ^    ""'      \t  1 On*j\londay I) McN'icho! was ie-  ceiud into the hospital with .1 Inokeir  leu',Jsustained w hilejiiiilo.ifling a'C.u of  lumbal at iloss I'eak This moining  I) Tate caino in lioni ^Kuclei by with a  Inokeii Icg.aud was taken to tho" hospital -'1Y*1 Iain i I loir w.isr.ilao 'deceived  tho' J^evelstoku   Ltimbei ��������� com-  R0YAL,,CB0WN SOAP  /     1 1  The Best in the, World.  Mail us 15 Jtoyal Crown Soap  Wrappeis, and������in return vve  will nuiir.i. beautiful Picture  sue 16^20; or for 25 Wrappers     ������  1   1   your choice of bverilOO'books.'  Drop us a  post cmd asking     ,  for a catalogue'of pioiniums  1   to be had  FREE   foi   Royal     ,  Crown Soap Wrappeis.-  .  Addicss.,      '   ,  '.   '      '  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. ,  Limited.  ,r * <       1 1  BUSINESS LOCALS,  at 3 cents  1   "P  R  '   NEW POTATOES  Tapping. '    ,( y     Y    ',   t  Ice cicam, soft diinkb' and''cidpr at  thc City 13akeiy. _ .    '      '1  You can save money by insiuing.  with IL X. Coursiei '  J.'B. Ciessman hasieceived samiiles  for fall and winter tailoiing.  You can get 12nos' FiuitS.ilt, IJ101110  Scltzei, etc., at the' Canada Piug'iV*  Book Co's. 1v Xi        1   j       <  The St. Leon llot.Springs has been  0|icned and is , n'ow leiuly to accomodate, visitois,        " , "    1 ' ,  Visitois lo Cainhorno should take  A Ciaig's s'tage fiom I5e.lton.. Quickest louto, best'seivice ' '  . uu w. .r. cuRuv-,  ������ n      ������ '  1. I v '  ^ ;j   Resident Deutisl,^ ���������  r       t  Ollicc 111 Tayloivljfock.  ,    Leave you 1   oideis , for   pies  of  any'  kind���������me'it, inihce'or   fiuit���������atj, the  Cifyllakciy���������A ,E  Ijeniiison  ',  ' Travel lei s ^visiting Revclstoko will  (iiid'tlie best ^accomodatR,n at the  Ccntial Hotel.,Abi.ih,iniaon Uios'   0   ,  Inks,* Blank   Rcfoks,  J.ettei    Books  and cveryfhing'co'mplcto'~in olliee sup  plies a't tlK'(C.inasda'Diiig ik- Bonk Co,'s,  in-   calcnd.tl ' Oit'oisyfoi  Social'and Personal  E. Paget left jestorday for Winnipeg  Miss   Giant   went to Kclowna'.l 1st  night. ' ,X  Theodoic Ludgate  spent' yesterday  in town.-1  W. A.   Mori.p a etui ned'   yesteiday  fiom, Ducks." t ,      *,  A.   E.   Kinc.iid   1 etui ned   Tuesday  fiom Camboine '   '    ,       ' r  .    F. B  Wjells has icturned   fiom   his  tup to tli'e Bei'd.   "'   , '     Y  Mif5 IJiamond left  for  her home at  Com'aplixMonday ' '      v '   ''  ''Mr! 'and  Mis.  L.  A.   Fiet/,  gave a'  chikhen'sjpaily on Thuisday.   '   y  Miss Lily Davis is visiting hei uncle  Rev. Mr. Mclntvic, a,t Sandon.  I ��������� .  Miss   Loiett.ir Gaivjn   ls^onavisit  fiom Minneapolis to MisMVilkes. (  .L D. Sibbald^Capt. M'oi'iovv iiiid W.  M. Biown left foi -the Bend Tuetday.  J. B. JIcKen/ie'and'y.'rMacdomild  c.une'in fiom Camborne,Wednesday.  _  PicinieuMcBridc came up fiom thc  south yesteiday and left  for the coast.*  fion  panv S camp having cut his font with  111 a\c, and J Diolet tame 111 fioni  2\.ikusp w ith a simil.u injuiy    -   ���������*  A plan has been ananged foi a combined picnic of the foui Sundav schools  01 Revelstoke, the Catholic, Chinch ot  Englard, Methodists and Piesbytenatih  The picnic will be held at Albeit Can -  von hist week in August. Liberal 111-  langeincnts havo bee:, oitcied by the  C 1' R. 101 special coaches, and a free  ticlet vvill be given eveiy child tn the  city 1 The occasion will also be a civic  Several L'nited   States   newsii.ipcis   holiday to allow   the  uti/eus  to   take  are  % discussing  * the    possibility    of | p.u t in the celcbiation  Airiericanizing Canada bv means o!  immigration".  It is stilted woik-will be leatimed 111  a few- days on the* extension o! the  Big Bend ti.ul to Canoe nvcr. Tho  'vvorkjis urgently ieqlined.  The "public aie warned against an  elderly man who is. vvoiking Ins way  along the line soliciting alms as being  dumb.    He is an impostor.  Postmaster-General Mulock, who is  aiwavs on the look-out' for a means of  making the postal service moie  efficient, h.ib under consideiation a  plan of niral deliveiy. ,.  Mr. Brock, of the dominion geol-  - ogical survey, has named one of the  principal peaks of the Slocan Denials  motiitt.iin aftei Xels Dcmais, of  Xak-.isp, vvhn was one 'of the pinned 1  of the Big Bend 1 t,ish in the.-i\tics  '4^fe &*3i  #i'^''"  ^ RcsOive1 v  l!J0tMtilI the repicacntativc olJ the  Kootenay ."Mail calls to show >ou 0111  samples       ��������� "        >'',,'  ,South Afnc.in War Land Giant���������-  Those enfitled who want to soil should  communicator'"w ith P O^Box 402,  Van con voi - - -' , P- -1-- a- ���������' ���������  Wlicn���������voii come to Revelstoke hail  the Cent nl 'Hotel bus- to take vou to  a   good   hotel'     Abrahanisoh 1   Bios  I'lOPS       %   *���������*. '     '      " i* *. (i      ���������  W hen you want lo get to'C.tinboi no  in speed and com foi t,' 110k out' foi   A  Ciaig's  stage  line   when   landing at  -Beaton f-i 1 *  Ev'eiv thing 111   Dings   and    I'.itcnt  Medicines   at,  Canada    Duig'A   Book  Go's     If tlu-y'have not got them they  will 'Ot them,for vou /     ~   ,    '  -0i- 1 -<  The  Koon ,vav OLvii,"'and   Family  Hei.ild Inid A\ eeklv Star will be supplied foi balance off 190.') foi \l 30,  togethci _w ith two picttuea "I'm 1 r> '  and3'j\lone "        . .'      <'-    -.   i,���������  A M Ci.ug'still conduetsHho Iced,  hvoiy and fieighti igstablcs.it Beaton',  and 1ms saddlejioises and light and.  heavy convev.inoest. 'fur ' If iie* at all  times His daijy stage "frjt "OoldIieJ.es  and Camboine meetsJ the   steamboat  Di \V v f: Ha 1 v oy, lO I)' M F 12 C.O^  Piofessor' df^l'liisioloiiical, Optics in  tho Einpne College o'l Oplithalinolosry,  Toi^nto, is, schedulcdffoi a visit to 0111  city .nd may be consulted fice about  all eirors- ol Retraction. Accommodation, Convergence, and general  anomalies of sight, 01" the fitting of  spectacles,(iit Revelstoke, Friday and  Sattuday, July 24-25, in J. Guv Bai-  bei'a new stoic, McKen/.ie avenue  An attempt is being made to make  political capital out- of Punnet Mc-  Biiuc's leply ic'high school ioi Revelstoke Mi MoBnde piomises Revelstoke onlv what the school tin^tees  knew they weie entitled to as soon as  they could comply with the conditions.  They havo had thia high school matter  in hand foL many months but were  faced with two difficulties���������they could  not obtain the U'qiusite number of j  pupils, and the piopottion of cost cast j  on the cit_v w.io moie thin thecitj  ticisuiy could 'attoid. As soon as |  these ililiiuultics can lie surmounted  they will be only ton gl.id to establish  a high school and it is hoped all who  Lave pupils available will adviao the  liustees ' If Mi. Lindin.uk can get  ���������li2,(J00 ..s an cv.tia giant the ti ustces  and citi/.ens will be glmf and he w ill  h ive theii best thaiikr.  "Marconi Wireless." t  Messrs. Momoe it itfoti'oe, o<" 14-(!0  Cxcliange Place, Xciv York, have published a handsoinp������liooklct of 50 pages,  containing 32 hall-tone illusti.'tions,  ���������riving_A  full   and complete history ol  vvneless telegiaphv tiiidei the above! been'cntei timed, it is needle^ lu mv  title. They have agreetl to give a copy t������iev appifciated and gieatly enioved  to every leader who feel-, tavor.ible  to j themselves.     c  an   itnestmeui   in   Marconi otock and ���������     r '        ^������      '   '  who will write to them requesting is.\r*nm n n fl^-.tHmnw  Addies, Monroe Jt Monroe, U COTe.k-| GRIP & PASSWORD  chance Place, ^w Yoik City J4  1 'Mi.'aiid|Mrs'.',rH. Fioyd'and childien  icturned /I'liesday 'froni'a tiip to Ferguson.       1     , '11      ,   '    j .  , Mis. W.fSibha'ld has 'leturncd' fiom  Halcyon and is the guest of Mis. J. D.  Sibhald. ' j     '"������������������'"<   '      '  Miss A'ndcison of the Yictoiia, has-'  pi t.i I went to New Westminster hist  Siituidny.'X '      .   '���������    y  'If, 11 old .Cl.uk letuinedon Wednesday fiom a'mbntji's visit'with lelatives  at Kelson   '    , '       .,    '      f   \  *   h   b r ' ' i-  H. B. Giliuoui, M. J'^ueturned fiom  the c'ast-.Monday and stopped off at  Bcvelstoke j       .'   , ,     '     '  L ,YV. do,V le Maistui "loft Wednesday,  loi Tiout ,��������� Lake In altcn'd sitting ul  oosunt3 com I' ,       f   s ,, <~<'      '' " Y  '���������Miss Majoi, of AI.'A.'Wilson's stall','  .uid .Mrs W. I'ciciva'l left last bunday  foi  Winnipeg"        L     .' ',   "      / ,  IJ G BcwSjWill aiiive tonight lo  take, the optical - dcp.1'1 tment * 111,12.  Allum's,stoic.  '     t-      -- - 4  ���������j     -    r~,        j y        ���������  ' Mis. P. JIbolcv has been ,iemovud to  liei'hoine after undeigoing ran' (Jpeia-  tion at hospital tt -       , u.  Miss' ^Vaicir, of C. B. Hume &>'po'������  millinery dep.u tmcnl, has gone t'o bal-  g.ny and'Winnipeg    y   '" '  "~".Miss''Tcniple'7ietrii ned ,begiifning~of  week lioni Kamloops, w heic'she duid  been visiting iMis .Elaon.*   - ������ 'X  y   M 'Kellie and 1OJ0 Sandlic'iy4v\cnt'  to Ihe Bond'Monday  011 .i,[.iospecting  tnii and 'vvill'ictiiiii i.c\t week l      - 4  ���������   jMi.-and J1I1 s T Tayloi and childien  anived  fiom   Tiout 'Lake   Minitl.i} \o  take ui) then lesirlcnce   in* Rev tlstoke.  i.i  v Miss  12. Atk'nion   has "ictiii ned   to  the city  aftei ^spending  last week in  Veinon wilting on   thc   tcachei s o.\-  ainination".-"      * -'  i  Much *sv mp.ithy is felt foi Mi in'd"  AIis( S (MciMalion in lhe lieieavcinenb.  sust.rncd by tlic,death of Ihcn )congest child on'Wednesday     /      ���������  "  W. AI 'L'lwiencc  1 etui ned Satin d,iyr  fiom his Winnipeg  trip '_IIis biotliei  JamesJ'ol is'elson, accompanied hmi as  f.n as the Ciqw's Nest litnction ��������� J��������� *  Edwaid'Gibboifs,^ who has been in  South Afuca for tvv.o >cars, ani<ediOn  sjatuidaj .aiid^ st.1ved__1S11nd.1v lie.  was met j.cijjjiy Jns mothef, JIis"j.iib"  bons, 01 Stevcston. and' hia sisteis,  Mescl.t'iies Smytlie a-id Diamond ' .-  , A nuinbei of voting men of the city  gave a social danccat the opeia luaise  on the evening ol thc 13th {The  guests enjoyed the dance till 2 30 a jn."  TheJiidcpendent band ftunished the  jusic  A E Benmson was tiie catciei  ill and Mis 'B. A. Lawson cntci-  t.xined thc laciosse boyj at then home  on Wednesday evening Dining (he  evening Mi Melville sang seme l.ivoi-  ite solos and Mi Law son gave a,fcw of  his inteiesting lecitations Aftei ice  cream, cake, etc , some of the old tunc  lacrosse chniUses weie lie���������aid. As this  is the tiist time the laciosse bovs have  ORANGE CELEBRATION.  '   '. y , r  1       (('(iiilinui'il firiiii P,if,-(. One )  before  was a great woik before them.  Their' lodge , had prospered well  during tlio year and she hoped that  in the coming year 'they would^e  as successful. "��������� (Cheeis.) (  Rev. Mr. Calder said Ihey,had  before, them in Mis. Petti piece a  sample of true womanhood, "lie  did not think thuiei was a better  example before them in Revelstoke.  (Cheers.)1'������She did not belong to  his congregation and lie felt;n little  jealous of tbe.vvoik and Christian  graces 'which Mrs. Pettipicce .had  exhibited.    (Cheers.)       1 "* ,  The chairman narrated his experiences in--the Fenian raid. ,ITo  was piesent at the opening of the  Scott memorial [ball at' Winnipeg,  anil-told of the opening'of the first  Orange lodge in thc west.' He ie^  fShed 1 to the gipvvth'i of, the order  and,said there were 42 lodges in XB.  C.f* ilie thanked them'on behalf of  the Orangemen and a rue Ijlucs^for  thpir attendance.-    *     '(7  The/ National "Anthem, H three  cheeis for; the ,KXing, ]J. O. L.'and  True Blues concluded the1*' celebration. .   ' ���������       r  l'    '*���������    *:   r- 1  For, Sale.  7o0 slum's in Beatrice mine. Will  sell whole or pat t. For p.Vi-tici.lai-s p-  ply at ol/ice ot/Kootenay Mail.  ' Nn^uian or vvoinan vv ill t hesitate lo  speak'well nl Uli.iiuhi'i Iain's .Stomach  and Liver Tablets alli'i'' nni e , laying  lliem. Thi'Viilvvuvs piuiliieea pleasant  niuvi'ini'iil. nl lhe bowel-, impiovi- llu''  nppi'tile and si lengthen the, digestion  For sale byrall druggists. 1       . *  VVAN'rJOD-l'-AlTUli'UI^PKItSON' TO TIIAV-  ol foi vicll USllllllsllOll llOII-C 11111 fow coiinllu*.,  (..tiling on liiliul niciulianlb anil'iigt'iils. Local  louiluiv H.iliuy 5HW1 a vein- and oxpcii'iiis  liiiynblu ?I!I7II a week in i.isli' anil i'\|iuiisls iiil-  viiiicucl. I'usition iiuriii.iniiiil lliisiness sue-  ciissdil ,.111(1 liislunir. Ji,iK,lusursell addii'ssul  oni-ulope. Bluii(!ai(t Itoiisi'.J.fl.) CaMoii Illt'cC,  OlllCUKO. ',    >     x     I*       . ,  V  T-p-p-y    -  jr RESTAURANT  'First Street,  <        ,  East of Millions Uaiilc       -1   Itov ulstokc.  For yotii- meals. ' Open day and night.  M?als 2.jc and upvvai d. Special weekly  rates.    Good service gun ran teed.   <  1    ',  'FUJII & ITO, PropiietuLs.  "~SAMS0N"������^m/S0N,"  Painteps,PapBPliangeps,Signwnt6PS  ka'dsominingidonk! \ .*,  I,   Oideis I'eci'ivc prompt attention. 1  Second street,,   ; - * REVELSTOKE  ' 'ST. 'HELEN'S- HALL; ,  1 '       Portland, Oregon,  Home and ^Day School for Girls.   <  '1 All depai tmi'nl.s open .Monday Sep-  teinbct'rl.'5th, 11X1.'?. iFtill Academic and  Oollege iirepitratni v coin si-., us well as  thorough IVuimi-v and Intetmediati'  insli nctinn. ��������� *��������� '    1  Music,  Elocution and Ai I. under lhe  direct ion nf specialists/,,r' ,-    1'  * i!o()k of infnVniatinu sent, on application to '1   > '���������   r. <  ��������� v    I\Iiss Ki.ic.vNuit Ti'iini'Vrrs,,1  ,,  iincipa  Ladies,' Boys .and Men's' ' ;  Bolots'.ana Siioes  i   , 'f  ������ It r .      . I I ,     * J<  ii������    Jv'iMiiy .-isSnt titicnl/nt  llii'iicsd  *,     li.iig.tijis  i'vci   iinori'il   111   lhe    ���������>  Litjvin lliej-y lines; ,, .     \  ���������.        ������"  ''n  *>>'    '.I.'pUILUTXO^     -  -li'ect,        '-  "  j'UevVKiok'e. >'  ���������������!>  H>  r, ������������������   1  oceiind  TENDERS FOR PAIMTSNG.  BARGAIN SALE1.  For' Sale.  1 '  Several intci;ests in silvet-Iead  prnp-  ert ics.    Foiv pat I iculars apply at office  of the Kooten/iy Mail.  r ; , ,   i:  'v.,   Ton Sale ;v  ���������  1 .. 1 r  TV\rO Itcsidoiicci on JfcKen/.io Aveinm, MitJ,  modeln iiiiinov'oiiioiils,'-?J,S00 oacli, on c-iihy  luiins. *   . ' 1  TWO ltoslduncoh on Tlilnl Sticct cast, very  >   convenient for railway 111011, Sl.iOU each ,  . easy tonus.    '   ''   ,   , '   '  ONI3 Itcsldimce on Knsl, feticct east, uisliie- '  1   quiieil ������500, snbjeet to inorlgage.     '     J,  Apply to ,    1 , /.  *    JTAUVEY. MoCAKTlCR & 1'INJCWAJI,  ,   'X*   NOTICE.,     ���������������   , ,  < ' '/ I  rVrOTHilfl is lioicby jjhen I lull tliuly dnys  L\ after (laic I inlcnil !o apiily to tlio Chief  Coniiinssionor of Lands and Works for a special  Ileeiibo to cut nnd cany away timber fioin the  following dChGiibcd land situate 111 the West,  Kootenay district:���������, v- t  CoiiiniciiciiiK at1 a'post at the noitli-cnfit''  coiner of MiilCav llio-.. preemption on Fish  cieclcand one half initu backifioni snld creek,  niaikrd J. G., N. V\r.' collier pii'-t. thence ^oulli  ISO clinins, cnit 10 eliiiini, 1101 tli 12(1 chains and  vvct'10 chums, to place of couiiiiciicenicnl.   .  Airovvhead, li.y'., Julybtli, 1!U'I.       <    '  '       ' -JOHN pADWAY.'  (I  ]  I  NOTICE:  "VfO't'fCK Is heieby (,'lvcn Unit Ihiiiy'ilnjs  X\ after ilitlu Irinliiiid toappli loj II10 Chief'  Commissioner of .Lands and VVoiksforiisi ecinl  license to cut and cm ry aiwiv Umber fiom the  folIovvniB dcnoilbod liuiilh, sltimlu in the West  K"ooloiiity distilct:��������� -OA  .CoiiiinanchiK at a posl  at, llie noilh 'ea-t, ,  corner of .McKay Hiok pro onipllon on J''ish '  i reek and one half niilo buck  fiom  snlil tiouU,  inaikcd'.l. C, N. VV'.ucoiiici   post, Iheucehoiilli  I'.'O chiilns, e.t't Klchaini.  noilli 1!!0 ehiiins, nnd   ���������  west 10 chains lo place of (.iimmcncomiinl.       , ,  Aiiowhtitil, II. L'., July 8(h. Illfl.1,     '< {  ,,        ��������� I .1    .IOITN (i.VUWAY.    i,  TVTOriOK is hiiKiby  f-ivon   Unit Ihlrly d.ijs     "  ly\    nfli'i dale I intend Ho anph   ludthe (Jlnel    '  Coiiiinissionei of Lauds and ^Voiks fin a speolal  license lo cut, am! (1111 v itwuv tinibcr 1'ioni the     .  follntv in-? (lesci Hu d Iiintls,  CoiuiiicuciiiKiil 11 post iii-.u Licl.'s/'ii,!iin,ii('nr  llie'liead  ol   Innokin   Cieek   In   Knn   Valley,  innil,i'(l-"Josepli   Cencllo'n    soulhcii-t  cinneio4  post," iiinninK 1101th HI chains, Ihence west Ml' j-  clinins, l.'icncc south SO chaliui.  Iliencc cast 'ill s*  chums, nioicin It"-, lo point ol coiiiinuicouiont.    ,'  .'Niikusii, J! Kf..'.llineilid,M'10.1.1 *t ''*  !>������'.'������,'* "'    '    'itJOSKl'IIOKSKLLK. . *"'  ���������YrpKUTiric.vTU ..(iii', tImI'HovukuN^rsr'  I'lider-  -iili- nl  lequn ed'fin-   p.iiutinpt  r CJn v II.ill. - Ifoi  pat liciil.us  pply loAld.'Fooli'.      v    a>        . ���������.  >  ��������� ~r Xi ,ty   - , " \   II. FLOVI")., I  Oitv Oleil  REVELSTOKE  SCHOOL /BOARD  ' The institution of 11 High School in Keiel-  stoke licnii? iindui coiistdi i.ition. luncnis nnd  KU,lull,in-, in llie Cilv, and I��������� om outside points,  ���������uoiuniiLSluil io send ���������lo the iinili'isiirned the  names of un\ ciiildieu cliKi'iIc foi idmis-aon  llicteto and wlio would ho^vitlini; to attend.  ' ' t     '    ' ,ir/ I'-LOYl),*   " j  (Sccictaiy Ilevelstoko Scliuol Boaid.  ;:iM 5'COMPANY, R:, M.-r7"'  Ten to twelve tons nl' Potatoes.  Pi ice tinassoitod, .jOl pel saclv.i  Puce lesoitid, V.H.per sack.Vf  .    y h <��������� ��������� *���������' (  ,      y  ,y i    l"J. GUII.Iil'TO  fsecnndjStiei'l,  I'l'velsliiUe.   r_  ���������,,'',.  NOTICE.' ,^.    ���������  1    "    "! Y  , a    . ' ' ~>  Ul ill'of the i.ilinvi>i'(Jninp,iiiv vv ill- be  iivlhcDiill Hall Jil, 7:90 eve*tys Tuesday  and Fi.iday irnjlil till Im Ihei, inilice, '  ^ '      i 13y iikU'i     1 "       "   ",        ,  ;���������-. 'X   xy i h.'a. bkown, o. O.  ^  rtwthornthwaiic. *:x-M.  r.  for Nanaimo,' and other  1 .-pe.ikcrs will  aildrcss thc pfo-  * pie un the issues of thc rl.iv at  tjtpin'.( s   Opera   I louse at S  o'clock loui^ht  EVERYBODY WELCOME.  From ourovwi Corrci>Ixir.di,iit  A shocking accident oceurrc-fl lieie  on fridav evininjc last by which  Brakenian .-Stanley lost his life vvlnle  tloiuj? some sivitclim;; imthe vard Jle  u.is bo.uding a'traiu while 111 motion  FIis foot slipped and lie fell, (he engine*  and one 1 .11 passing over Inm. lie  was badly cut up and ua.s dead vvlic-n  louiid. Death must have been instantaneous. He was .biiiied on Sunday afternoon.- Xo one knoiis any-  thintr about him or wheie he came  fiom.  ,\ tei lible wind and lam storm t.i tin*  up the I ike on Hat unlay afteriinon,  Dan .McDiiU'.'.ild fii-is-lit conductor  hcte, is leavim; nect, vver-k on a vi*if  eist  II   MeKis-ock  Rfi--land    v estiul  iih!  iv    lo  -is'tei  sO( 11(!  left  a  I 11*  i'l IV  <;  Moscrop Bros.  UGGESTI0NS  A COOL PLACE  A NICE DRINK  1 ni" what ynt find al the  SODA AND ICE  CREAM PARLOR  J. A. -MILLKK & CO.  BED OBOSS  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Pitting?,  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures ^" Put In.  M011, who has liifn -I.ition  ajjent Iii li- foi -inriii' time, If |c tv 111^  lor H,union this wtck.  ATHLETICS.  A ut  1 00 it: vi 1  ItevcNtokc will   pi iy froldcii  i.U'itossi  The lacrosse Ikiv-s had a (,'inup pholo  taken in front of the floiel Itrvolstoko  WedncMlav  Tho liK;ro-.i( nn\s spent 1 pleasant  (v( nintr ycstcid.ij a t I;   AT   Smytlif's  'I'Iih 1110111 in*: the mayor prisrntid  Dr Oofjlilin   ������ilh   a    handsome  yold  Electric Lamps, Door Bells andIlo('kf,t' '"U(;,ll"(l   "i-'mm  iteuMmk-c  f-flcros������e Hovs,' on the oceasinn of the  doctoi leaving foi the east The doc-  loi takes uith Iiiiii thc list wishes of  many fi iends and 1 specially nf thc la-  <"io<-!>''boys, 111 iiiiose jnteri'sls he has  done so much.  I 1 (i  i       - LOT."  Tho^'ndependrnt Older 0!  Poie-teis  1 hw- done great fiatcinal   woik ii^Can-  j ada and continues  to  miichoi^  lit  ]iinpo������.������s*  to  establish   orphan    homes  and schools  for families  or cUaccasrd  member"'       ()ionfiyatekli<i    li is   pic-  Sfnt'sd   bis  beautiful   island   home of  hheiwood    I'm cm   and   cntle to   the  Oidet .f a-Jiome lor  vetcian J''oiest"ia (  >    1.  o. r. ' '  I, O L. Xo Hi'iK \,y formal 1 evolution on .Mouthy aftcfiuKm (i,v--(d a  vote of thanks 'o the <-tjrjitvvitttv- who  iplanni'd ami t timid out the .ui.iuge-  mcnts^oi tin' d ij , to tin True lilurs  fni their hcait.. a-iiist,uu  atinii in tuakm/ ihe celeliration of the  tinmen-" tvvelfiii n 1 succtasf ilr and to  the many fii'i'dj who by vord and  dt ed ( w>niii\\i<<l the iiicthriti in their  (IVoiI-j to cniph isi/t' the v i. toiy at the  IJ..JIW.  "-   O.  I .   II    -.  On T'lesduj i ,ti>niij Lod^c I.ojaiij  tva -, istt(d i,j i'i. disn ict d'puty, l!ro  'I iioiii..s Mm 1' V iho wa- ai-i-tid by  nil (' II H.n.tl onif-  ( < |i 111 >uv of 111-t il '  I'.'o- 'I " If Dil.ip j  ri* Jr -r tlfi d  . 1 Jin -1-  /       Aft'f     ll'l     li'I*!  v a" ( oi.ipli toi .  pi ot  A E;,BENN!SONr  '      * n * ' >���������'     I,'   <L,   ' <  Baker, and Confeetionep  has npeiied hi- new Jinkei y on "���������  ,  ,_Mc Keir/ae  av cniie< and   'li.nsts 1  ���������    , that his past, expei ii'iic^ in,tlif '  city   vvill   meril.j.i bin'shaio  ul y  *       public"pal 1 nn.iire.'        - L        ''   (  ,f-    * ' , '.   ~v'      r*   '  J'  ,    /"   ,   AFQhL hlNlfOif  CAKES and CONFECTIONERY,  ' v    '    - -X   j    \     Y'  1  Yy *~,   ,m yx \ ],  jHonie-Made Eroadb a- Specialty  - j-     .   f .   -i*   ,"* , , y,    *  I  .NOTICE.  *'     I  .���������v il  .4  iUcailou- ^Qiiucii -mid* Jfoiiiiliini ,3\t   jVIiiiciitl  Cliunis. ".iluiito'in  the'iviion   hnko'Alining    A  ''Division ol VV'c-l ICoolen.iy Jli-tncl.  j4 ,,   M  VVIioic IriLiilcd   On GiniiilL- IVloimtiuu, .lULliu  ^liLiid of .Minna] Ciuulc   '       2 *,, t       (*,-.  -TAICK NO'lICJC-lliat I.'Keniietli l,"liiumil. -  (ii--ciitfoi fainilli Uintis. hsti . Kiuc.AliiH'i sC'oi-  liliculoNo 117.*i1l7, mill Ij 'W1II111111-, Ksi| , Kluo,  JIiiiui's   (Jcililluilc   No.   1)'i7"iS"i)   li'iu-. iMmui's -*  C-ililluitoNo. H7iV!2,'intuiiil. si\ly  dnvs lioni  llie dull" liomol, loiipiilylo tliuMiiiniK Ifuuonlor,  loi ii L'utliliciio ul Iiii|iiov'oiiiuiiUs,1|()i  tliu pur   **  posts oC ubtiumiitr .1 Clown GiiintuoC,llio nbovo  Uiuin -   ������  '        -"i I  _    ' }      ,,  And  fiutlici iliil.c, notice II111I iiolion, nndci ��������� '  Suction !I7, must lie toiiiiiiuneed liuloiu the i-oii-  iince of i>ti(.li I'd tillvmu of lmpiov t-iiiont-.\  Dated this Second diij of July, A. t)   I'Kij.  "* *"  ,    "     'iCKNNKTIf lnllUHNIST, V. lyS. '      '  J-JKIITII'-IOATK OK  IiMI'ROVICMION'TS.  i!      ��������� kv  -.    y .,       T   " y  NOTICE  >n  The aliove is a 1111, nl Mai k ���������';  hand. Anyoni' with I.he iilinv 1  mg-nn ihe right, liaiid"vv ill be;  fi ee ip.ulinif.' ^  vv amS  mai-k-  ,'iven .1  PALMIST AND  PHRENOLOGIST  UNION .HOTEL  loi a shoi r sj.iy. Slu> is ruinous lor acknowledged .((.(unite leadtni:-. Her  di'lin.-a turns ot eh,11,ut ei .wu hl,l le shoi t  nl iniiaihlnii-. Hi'alth. pctiiniaiy  pi'ii-pcct-, spctul.ilions < and tuvi-ri-  iiienls: allaus- of hive making, i'iu  Yniu uu hiifitinns'ind puisiiilS'in hie  and cooper-ju,,. u,���������., rhif-Iy ��������� depicted. Yotii bund  lo hei is nu open liuok. .She bus made  it'a "-tudv since eai Iy childhood. Her  knowli'd;j*i* nl' 1 he liiinil is mhoi 11. (Jon  sull.itions daily fiom 10 11. in. to II p. 111  lias opened in\L.rA.  ^Kiel/.'s Building,'  First Street, near PoslofTice  I'm Hand Almoin! Cl uni", siliiiilonii 'thr-Amiw*)  Lake iVlinui;,' Um-ion ot Woa! KihiIimiiiv Uis-   -  I net        *:>       . s      t        ,    ,  Wlicio -Incnlnd.   On .('.uilioo Crrek,   .itioiil 11, '  null's Fiom I lit* mouth   ' ' "  -"TAki: NOTICIStlitl J.'koiumth'r,  lliirnct, of  -'  Hiis-liind. (ifjont foi   ili.'il   Vj   Km^r, Kprenil  Fico Miiioi's  Ijiciiiisc fNo   "illn, issnuil at Itos.-  1 mil .lune Slh, I'm I,) KiruMiiici'sCLilillc.loNo  Wi'tili, intend, si\t\ dnvs funn  llio d.ilu huioor,  In <i|>i>l)J.i> MicMinniK Ki.cciilci foi i finiilieali)  ot lni|iioM>iiieuls. foi tlie'iniiposo or olil.tmiui; y  >n OimiB GiiiiiI ol lhe .ib'ivocfiiiiu " , *      i   ���������   "    -  Ij And   ruitlior-l il.o nolico lli.it action, nuclei -  Section 37, niusl he ciiiniiieiiced  licforo Iho is^u-.r;  tince o������siicli j^oxtilloiikii-r rniiuoioiiionts y   ^ _^._  illaled tins Iwo.Hv-filtlid.iv of .Time, A. JJ  l������03     '  y - v *     ia?NNLTiraL. uurn-ht, i������ !l Ts  '. '*  .������f  LILLOOET, FRASER RIVER &'CARIBOO GOL'D FIELDS,7LIMITED.'   *  ' "     ������ In Liquidation. " ,  List of Froporbcs to Bo Sold by Privato  Tondcr, Fnrfiunnt to tlio Directions  i of tlio Tiictuifiatoi-s.  fine me aUiial and j on will  lindLhndl can trive you lirsl  class woi km.iiiship at, moderate pi ices. '  Revelstoke Grows1 Fast  We gmw   I.islet, liavinu;  added  io our Hakei-y and <,"onteclionei y  business lull lines nl  Groceries and Camp' Supplies  Agents lor  lhe Olobi'.ited  ���������      MONSOON TI2AS.  , Trout Lake Minin-f Division  ALl'lTA'CItOUP (hotlci  Known ns "IJiontl-i,  view  Gioiip"),    conipiisiiiK !l  (Jiovvn Kimi'dl  niincuil clium-, oi   liiictiomil  ilinuis, silniiK.il.  on Gicnl N'oitheiu ninu itnm.  a!>n\o I'Vimi������on,"  II U . toifclhc"!- vntli two block- ol Intnl. nnuielv:  tiotliti siluiitid  just we-l of  l'-oii;usoii totMi-  sile, anil lolL'll'l. sitiinled iibout  2 miles noilli-  ivsleilj* 1'ioni t'ViKiison  on llie i\'oith Koi 1. of  Lnidciiii nvui, nt  the toot of Gicut Noitlii'in  niotinlnin.* "   .  ��������� J,ANUS siliinicd on Gnlcna Iln.v, U|iper Allow LnKe. Thiee blocl.s of hind coinpiising, in  all about (i;0 aeie-. ,  Kos3land Camp,  'lhe "tHTY OK Sl'OKAN'K" and  "XOU'l'ir  8'1'Alt    niinouil   cliu.iis,   to^othei    vntli   llie  buildings nnd equipment, theicon.  --  ' -, Boundary District.  Tho '"NKTA" mini nil  chum. Clown ki an led.  stluatid in wliiil is Known ns "liiown's Cuiip."  .'.nd the ' QUICION OKSl'AIlKS" inineiiil Claim,  Uiovnt giiiiilcd, -itiiiilcil in vvlinL is Known as t  ' Conli il Cuinp "     i l  , Illecillewaet Mining-Division.  The    hANAIiK 'GROUP,   compii-in-*-    11  Clown st.uiled  iuinei.il  cluiii-, oi   fiiiciioiuil  cliiiin-. situiitcd'on  the main  line of tho On  *  ndian Pacific i.ulw iv. nun   Illecillcwnel. H C. .  P.iiticsdesiiini,'to put in n londi't foi anv one  oi mciic ot lite above' mentioned piopi'itics  sliould have then eiiKineei on tlie^ioiind and  eMiminalioiis in ide without del.ij  ruithei- pnitieulnis and conditions of,silo  aud foi ins of Under (winch aie In bo si ut in  iiul Intel than till" lllli August, l')0)J may !i"  obtained bi.iIis ol Ihu lji(|iudators, ColleK'j FIill  Oh.inibeis, (,'oll(i?c T Tj 11. London, K (J., nnd .I.  V. Aiinsliont'. ItovoIstoKe, llntisli Colunibm.  JJated ntli.fune, Iiltti . i_  WANTED  Second Street, Revelstoke  Tlie piovinoi.il i Irctions will be held  Oul. !i 1st and tioininations   Oct. 15th.  liios 1' rit.n'..  fiom ,N' '-on ,ii  l.irion oi' ti(r,r  tnd II. < ookc  (lei", and -(. i  II' ������^   of    ff|.     I  idea* tut h'H.i il '-.i-uu a va  i   o  i:  On 1 niii-tfi i/i.jj-bt an ,n-iie oi.fiie'  J'ratTii.il    Ordi'i  of    Kij-lfs'V.i" null* [  tntfd ,n Rfvci-fokr by P U <���������   V. Von  rtlii"ii.nf K'.tpiiin niit      Ovei fi'l iiiciri-,  iu-iiun  .inn did  mil   lhe   P.tin'..i'itf  oflidis irisfalhd   J'. \\ . J'., 'V   J. Wild  iiiiii, W   I', K    riunidi-e,   \Y.  V , A  Iribnson,  VV   ('   \Y   K     Mefiaii^hli n,  VV   S, If   (Jook-t    W  'I     i: V\   I! 1'iiKfl,  \V. Con.   T  J   \\ j'soir, VV    I   O     I!    f  Slew.ii t. W . 'i il.f;  Ptijioni, iiiiii. is  J. Cl   Mcllon.ild    \Y. II    Kobin*oii. VV  flonirll  f.ciW'H li'i'veNliikc   lor   Una!    laindin^  ,il, (i,;<) p. in, jtlniiilnvs mill   Thiusiiays,  Illcl'tlUa  -itl'.IIIICI   (III   ll'llllll   lllp.  ^^.^E,, $1.00  2"> lb- biiKKiig)' lice.  InleiuliiiK pns^enxeis should h-iive  until.it l,'liMiuin.''s Slnlile ot ��������� iiiff up  photic No, 8 when I In-sfn^-c v\ ill cull  fni- I hem.  vv. kuoiim;.  Tin follouini; (ioiioOiV.il iv e.inili-  flntis hitve lit en ddi'lrdon ICamlonps,  IX J'-tiltou, Slceoiia, C. VV. Olill'oid.  FIREWOOD  [[<ivjn^ taken over the firewood supply of the Harbor  Ltiinln-r Cc's mill, orders left  dt the mill, ;it W, i\I. Lawrence  or by rin^inm up [ihone No. <S  vvill h.tve proinpt .ittenlion.  W. FLEMING.  Vieluna  Koad,  Itevelstoke.  J. Guy Barber  WATCHES  and (i  complete line  of the    '  GENUINE  -J.lXPBRIWNUKD  .VJ    'ind I'latneis vvunled on mil  OAltPICNTKHS  Will Iv  at  Ai'iovvheiid.    Addiess\V.  G.   Lud-  gale, Arrow bend, Ji. G.  ITiOK HAlAi  Sj      en!   lo   iniliviiv   slntioii  piod   cows.    Addn  .Saliniin Ai in, II. U.  A Iii st class lively and  bii-incss.    Apply olfiee  nl ICoolentiy JUail.  UnOR SALK  ' '   1'ii'iirhlin  ���������\\TANTI0U���������Pun luisci-   lor  \Y     sloii'in ijiovvinjf lovvn  ollitc Kootenay J\linl. (  f-cogers  Knives, Porks,  .Spoons, etc.  I \t-* cnrcfiil]>  c-x imtiicd nnd  imipc-h fitltd tn the 1-cs.t grade  orstes,-.,  ^^C~2^^  P.n������       (      f   \ )  Ucpjiring. V__X        V X  \U,i,  mini      iiin. i i-in      im in iiMiiiliTlllllllliidiin'll


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