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 READ BY  5,500  WMkmmammkumaaBmammaammaam  ������������������ -r w,.       , '  Vol. 11.���������No. 15.  ������������������*.'.'i. .: i ilto*  ���������Al-  READ BY *  5,500  wil  REVELSTOKE, "BO., JULY 9, 1904,  $2.00 Per Year.  Special Showin  O,   -f *t  miner.  :'N  OVv' i-. the time to piocure those goods needed for the approaching  ivimn vveiitlici*.     Our stock is now complete und wc hro'showing  tlio finest, 1'iingc of Luetics Dress Goods, Wash Muslins,- Blouses, Imor-  - ���������-���������    ��������� ���������-    ���������    lim| Shoes, und'Gents' l-urni-dnngs to ho hud  , made'Coat unios, -Boots  , hiHlie city.  '*'(  ' !!  ��������� i  n Dress Goods  ^  Canvas-Cloths,'Flakes.  Voilles,   Sicilians, Grenedines, '  .Vicuna-Cloths, are among the newest .weaves  we  are  showing.'   Ranging* in'prices from-*50c.- per yard up.;*1.  -In Waish Goods  -Our  stock was never  so   complete  in   Flaked , Linen,'  Voilles,  White arid. Colored Vestings,  Zephyrs, Fancy  ' Stripe Muslin. Chambrays, and Crivmms Prints.  t   r    *v-    , f Prices from'ioc. per yard up. r  , ,0ur Specialty' in '^.Ready-Make. Clothing.   /��������� .  Iff Ladies  Goods our-Stock is varied  and -complete  in  Tailormade  Costumes, Skirtsf'ABlouscs, Cotton Underwear, etc.  ..       r   ���������  "f i  In Men's  gs  <..**&  Wc are second to' none- in'up-to-date^styles, and values  in   Suits,"- Pants.:' Shirts',   Natural   Wool' and ��������� Silked  - ���������      < Balbriggan Underwear..    Hats and Caps.    '  ,C !  ,       Prices within-reach of all.'  , ;        '     *   (  - Dicssiiiaking Depaitmen' in'connect ion with stoic In chaigo of      ,  --    -    " - yiiss. Wilson: ....  .*.. ~.Stf.^l.*      \ty^\'s-~fr     ���������     V  TAYLOR BlobV;MrckKNZ[E"AVE.. REVISLSTpiCE.  'p ;'" \  1    'I  Mail'  Order  Uept.'  C B* Hume-  LIMITED.  DEPARTMENT  Samples  STORE  If vou have a vigorous,-rowing boy put him in    -  "LION1 BRAND " Clothing. ^^__  The host vvcai llesistinggar-  ments vvcknovv of. Youthful  .mil becoming patterns ; wc  lmvc the odd pants too, made  with double --cite anel  knees,  c  the wc.uing kind.  Neat Enough^.  Our Shoes for men women   and  ,     dhilehcn  uie   neat  enough  for thc most exact!m,'-   and  vol li.ive thc  Necessary Qualities.  Wc vvill be pleased to  -how  vou I hem.  C.PR: RAISES  RATES.  Revelstoke Discriminated  Against���������Risejn Freights-  Indignation' Meeting Should  Be,held.    . ,  *'   ' X ' -y  The G. P. H. have raised -the export rates south from Hevelstoke,  and the effect is to discriminate  against this town in   favor  of Ncl-  siui.    We have been at some pains  <i  '        ' , ,  to., ascertain    the  facts,  and   iind  that an increase has been made on  sugar for instance of $-l.G0 a ton...'  On fourth'class freights the rates  have been raised as .much as oO  per cent. The "following are instances bf increases over old rates!*'  r       "r        ' J '  The rate has been raised from $7.'J0  to $10 to Sandon ; '$5.20 to/t*' to  Nakusp;, $7.60, to $11 .-10 to Trail;  $9.40 to $11.80 to Rossland ; $7 to  $9.20 lo Denver.      ' ���������'.'<"/  'Indignation meetings/are beingy  hold at Sandon and other points to  protest against this-highway 'robbery on the part of the C. P. R.  We 'consider- Revelstoke should  join in the protest' and hold an in-  dignation'rneeting to voice public  sentiment against tlie outrage.'   r,'  This tow'n'is no milk-sop of the  0. P.,R. and its citizens have opinions'of their own. Thanks to v the  Laurier , government, 'the people  have now  a  remedy   thiough  th?  j���������'-..,. ��������� . .. w; -- * ���������"',iP pi A", -  railway-commission  ���������against; sucn  an outrage, and 'our neighbors -to  the south aie'taking vsteps"to have  the matter laid fully before-the  railway commissioners.  Now is Revelstoke's ' opportunity  to raise its voice against tlie wrong  sought to be put upon the people,  of this city as well as neighboring  towns. When Mr. Greer. C. P. R.  agent, wr-s here he assured c the  Board of Trade it was illegal to do  just the thing the C. P. H. 'have  done, and it is time the people  knew whether he -was lying or  whether his statement is true that  his company in adopting this increased freight schedule to southern points to discriminate against  Revelstoke in favor of Nelson is  doing an illegal act.  We have a line nf Ladie-'  Waist* in plain lawn, peicals,  print- and fancy nui-lin.  .Seasonable good-*. Ke.il nice  for eveiy day, sec thorn, they  AIM*:   U'OKTll   $1.1)0.     We  .ucdHJd.i.vo Tiirc.u i'oi;  65 GENTS.  gBSBSE2S22������32'  assscs&^Ptr1 vAraw-aBB  PUT  THE  KIBOSH  ON  HEADACHES  Mack'-' ire.id.iche Wafeis will  relieve th- wor-t, cracking,  growling, neive racking headache in ii few minute- time���������nil  pain vanishc*-   within   an   hour.  There aie people who believe  that there i- no headache that  these magical wafers cannot  cine.  I.nige box���������'.) elii-os, *2:)c.  LATEST  TELEGRAMS.  i p . i  i '    [Spoci.il to tho M.viL.I '  ' Forest Fires NearLNanaimo.  Nanaimo, July 9.���������-Serious bush  fires are raging'in the'district surrounding the city. A ,northwcst  wind is driving .a big lire from  Wellington toward Nanaimo.' .y  Rich Finii In Cariboo. ���������  ��������� Victoria,; July 9.���������Johnson and  Fry,;gold miners and .prospector.**,  discovered rich deposit of scheelite'  in the Willow creek region of Cariboo.- It is said to be more valuable than   gold, making   14 cent  steel worth o4 cents".    Sclieelite has  n   ���������       -    - ->! ,   i  hitherto been ,found1 only  in nor-  .thern'Australia.     '      - ,  ,  !" Raising Money 0rders.v "  Ottawa, July 9th.'���������Ofhciril notice  is given "but that postmasters are  informing that an organized gang'  is operating Canada 'and U. S. in  'raising amounts" of' money orders.  It is requested that strangers applying for orders, for small amounts  be closely scrutinized, so that it  may be possible to identify them if.  such action be found necessary.   ',  .',., ' The Alaskan Boundary. 'r  Ottawa,'July 9th.���������A blue book  containing air Alaskan 'boundary  correspondence was-' presented ��������� to  "parliament Hodiiy." Ifshoivs . that  when Canada was protesting at the  character and personnel of the com-  v. i  mission, the Dominion government-  learned that the draft treaty had  been signed at ."Washington. ,The  Dominion government had nothing  left to do but' to carry out the engagements of the British government.  Walter Bews, Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  HIGH SCHOOL  , RURAL EXAMS  ,    *  Revelstoke Heads the List���������  - An Excellent Showing Ma'de  ���������Only Two Failures.  *��������� Following are the lcsults -of the  High School entrance ruial oxaniiivi-  tions for thc city of Revelstoke, vvliicli  have been in'prugiess dining May and  June: 'VA.  in:vi:i.sioici: ci:xtki:: -i^-,--^.  Revelstoke���������Xo. candidates^ u 21;  passed 19. W.illcy Clark, 790, Hilda  11. Jfobbs, 787; I'carl lxobinson, 754;  Aitliui XV. JJonnctt, 721; ?.faiy Kd-  v-.ards, 72L; GcofVrey Ilaggcn, 00(5;  Joseph How-son, 09(1; Eli/.ubetli Hour-  get, (577; George Komos, 002, ������Elciinor  Bell, 0")7;.rosie Ainblcy 053; Willin'm  J. Frascr, 0-17; Grace Goidon, (ilHi:  Harold 10. I3uriiilgc, 020, Joseph A.  Morgan, (523; Karl, II. Pcttipiece, (522;  Delia Moigan, J5S7; Kditli Cooke, 581;  Margaret Caleler, 579.  An eviuninat-'on of the list shows  that lievelstoke public school beats  the province, having passed 19 out of  21. Thi*) result is n most salisfnotoiy  one, anil reflects cicdit on Principal  M iller and his st.ifV of efficient teachers.  We congmtiiliito the teachers, as well  as Lhe pupils on their success, and  trust that it vvill prove an incentive  to still gieatcr elVorts in the future  The result���������1'erguson and. Trout  J.nko arc :  Ferguson���������Xo. of candidates, 2,  passed, 2 Champion M. AXcsbitt, (580,  Robeit A. K'irkpatrick, OOIi.  Trout Lake���������Xu. of cindidiitcH, -I;  passed, 2. AleMindcr jMcl'licrson,  013; Grace Mcl'her-on, (il'2.  .We are receiving-weekly shipments of splendid   Butter  direct from the   factory   in   lb. prints;    14, -28   and $m  '56 lb. boxes. ��������� ,    ' ' ,,.  M  ..        -. 11       1 , 1%  Leave your orders for ..Berries and  other Fruits'as lhey '%  come in.   r.We also have Preserving   Pans   in   Alu- ������  ' ��������� .'���������   i " " - * %  y  fminum    and   Granite   -ware,   Scalers,   and    sugar.,g  .  Hardware,   Harness, y Crockery,   Glassware.    Hay  and Feed. ' Agents for McCIarys .Stoves.  a BOURNE BROS:  M '  Headquarters .for   Groceries,   Harness,   etc.  ������-<>-OK><><><K)rO<HD:0<><>;<><K><>^^  REID & YOUNG  Big Sale.  Big Bi  *      'it \> r> I  V'j-  ' >   r*l  - Ladies' Skirts, Blouses and' Whitewea'r.  ;-'  25c  --' r '-i,5"c  ���������0  oc  ������������������ $r.oo  '���������BEESS.GOODS'*' -        , .-      A  -_ A Regular 40c,1 now        -*      -  '. ,,^,' ; y, -, -   ^'-R'e'yular 2 -5c*,* now*   - " "*  --  -   '     -   ,,  '       Regular 75c, now     ,  -   ' - ���������  WRAPPERS '"A     "   '    A  , , ".,    -A     Regular $1.75, n'bw'     , r  MEN";S FURNIStflTSTGS"    ; ' r.  Fcur-in-hdhd Tie.s -at '25c.^   *i\eo)igee'  4 ,   ���������  ,Shirts at 60c.     Hard   Wearing  Shirts,.  regular $1.00, now 75c.    ' ,       <?.  ;��������� jmen's'-suits    ��������� -. *. "-    ���������    ���������"    %  Good value at $r5.00, now - $io.'oo <&  JMcn's Flannel Suits. ��������� Men's, Summer O  Coats.  Men's Flannel and Duck  Pants.     V'  BARGAINS!     BARGAINS!  ' -    ALL OVER THE STORE.'  6-<M><><K>^<><><><>0^-p-0^-0-0<K^  No need to swelter during the hot weather  WE'VE   GOT    THE   GOODS  that make life worth living this time of year.  2 Piece Flannel suits, light, nobby .and  cheap. Neglige shirts, the finest selection  in'town. Linen and straw Hats all styles.  Summer Underwear "as light as a feather"  Belts, Sweaters Hosiery, etc, Everything  that a man wears. - Everything new and  stylish.  We want to clear out our stock of clothing and furnishings preparatory to a big  change which we intend making in our  business. To i\o this we have put the  nifeinto our prices, and during July you  can buy cheaper than you ever thought of  doint  L  .* -"}"\    Tf  I   \     I     -fil,*^  _L. TIIE KOOTENAT HAIL  THE RACES.  ' The Hevelstoke Turf Club is to be  congratulated on the success of. its  first nioeting. Considering thc fact  that'the-,, meeting had to' be held on  tlie'strceta for want of, a proper ii'iicc  track.it was all that could be desired.  , A big.gathering of the public, lovely  weather, good entries and well contested, events  provided  a  nice bill of  ��������� fare'that'few towns iii British Columbia coulil beat,' The ��������� ollicers of the'  'club worked hard to ensure a successful gathering and they won out.,   The  .' onerous duties of the two days fell on  \V."M. lirown, starter; "A. McRae,  judge; \V. Cowan, secretary*treasurer;  H. Cook, who'assisted liim, and W. F.  '  rieming, clerk of the course.    AU the  .first (lay's meeting the balconies of the  .Central   Hotel   presented "'a   picture  with their crowds of  sight'seers; the  ' proprietors, Messrs. Abrahamson Kros.  ' liayingVuidly placed these 'balconies  at the disposal of the public.  The second heat of the quarter mile  dash, between'J. R.' Hull's Todd  Sloane. and  H.'G.. Gordon's  Prince,  SI  was a   3  , ���������...,.. jplend'id' race, and when the  ���������' judge awarded the, place to the Gol-  " den horse on.account of'-the rider cf  ' Todd Sloane fouling him', the- popular  -owner of Prince, II. -G. .Gordon,,was  cheered to the echo. , A similar dem-  ' onstratibii'took place at the 'finish for  the closing event on Saturday.    ���������  The 'ladies' race, on- Saturday was as  exciting as on the first day,'Miss  Tcttipicce.making a splendid win with  Lark; against Mrs. Taylor on Katie T.  As vve went to press last week the  second day's races were in,progress, vve  were then unable tb give results. This  we now do as follows :  '��������� Second Day. ,  ���������     . Q  .TIIHI'I'-EIGHTH -MILl' DASH.  ' J. K. Hull's Tod Sloane   (Williams)  1st;(G01 don's Prince (Connor) 2nd.  ,'     "       'QUAKTl-U MUX VOKY KACl*.    ] " ,.  A. "Craig's Rosebud (Hooker) 1st;  Mrs."Taylor's Katie T. (Nelson) 2nd;  W. Dickenson's Little Ben (.Pettipiece)  3rd.  y C     '   '  '    , '   l-IVlf-KIOlITH 5I1I.I* DASH.1",       *  H. G. Gordon's Prince'(Hillier)jlst;  C. II. Cottle's Idaho Chief -OVilliams)  ���������  2nd- '    aC    "' ' -   ' _      * ' Cy  "   l     ' consolation'.    *   *  E. \V.,B.- I'agct's   Pansy    (Hillier)  .   1st; Yir. Fleming's Spidei   (rettipiece)  2nd; JR. Calcy's sorrel (Hainer) 3rd. ,  i.A"nu:s' KACl?:.  ,'     Mrs.   1).  Robinson's  Lark (Miss E.  Pettipiece) 1st: Mrs. F. Taylor's Katie  T. (ovvnei) 2nd.       ,    ,  ,     Wc have also been favored  with the  financial statement of   the  first meet  of the Turf Club .���������  - Kixnu-T? ,  Contributions .' -f 694 00  Ent ranee Fees ,     104 00  Special from Committee ....      27 25  place while he is away in New York  and Boston, taking a post graduate  course at the hospitals there.-  Henry Hawkins and "bride arrived  in on Tuesday.     Henry  did not take  the platform but slid, oft'' the end car  on wiong side of train', and disappeared  eiy suddenly.  "The following are  the winners dh  i i  1st July sports :_. - ���������;  tur.r. GAME.  Enderby,-,- ' 2'1 0 0,0 6 0 5 2���������1G  Armstrong, 1 1 0 5 C 1 1 0 0^-15  T. Bell, referee. ���������', , "'  ' The field sports iii( the, afternoon  were interesting. Following are thc  winners : '' ��������� A    ,  . Boy's bicycle race���������Hum ill, Warren. - . ��������� i v.  Men's 'L00 yds., open���������Cochrane,  Jones, Mabee.   .**���������   '                ,,  ,  Boys under   C, 100 yds.���������Parkinson  Swan, Symington.  'Girls   under U1G,   100   yds���������Annie  Clinton, Ida'Harbell, Rosa Clinton!"  Long Jump���������Mabec, Jones.  (Po!e Jump���������P'-tchett,-Skyrine.'.>  '    Boy's'under 14���������Swan,   Symington,  Parkinson. *'      , ',     '-���������  ,   Boy's under 12���������Parkinson, Jones,  Cliristian.     ' . < \  Girl's'under   14���������Annio    Clinton,  Etta Kew, Rosa Clinton.      v / ���������,  Boy's  3-legged   race���������Ehmke   and  Symington, Cary and Smith.,  Highjump���������Bennett, Patchett.   -  ' Boy's sack race���������Symington, Jones,  Daniels.  Men's sack race��������� Symington, Jones,  Daniels. ��������� ;'  Hop. step anel  jump���������Docksteader,  Mabee. '-       ' * /',  Boy's obstacle'race���������Cary, Marshall,  Murray.      '*    *' ���������  -  , Men's '  half   "mile���������Jones,    Docksteader.        .    ' \        .  Boy's under 16, horse-race, 3-4 mile  ���������Leduc, Clemens,"-Thompson.  Boy's under 12, horse race, 1-2 mile  ���������Parkinson, Clemens.  Kloochmen's ,race���������Nellie',' Amelia.  Boy's horseback  race���������Daniels and  Fletcher, Huntley and Cary.  Total ���������? S25 25  EXPENDITURE  Prizes..' .-*? 660 00  Printing :        27 95  Track & General Expense.. .      67 30  Band       70 00  Total   if S25 25  XV. COWAN,  Secretary-Tres.  ARMSTRONG.  fiom Our Own  Correspondent.  A very large crowd attended the  sports here on July 1st, and everything went oft" in a highly ?atisfactory  maniier. The ball game was not as  good .in exhibition as' usual, but this  is not to he wondered at as the heat  iva= almost'unbearable. Tho ball was  like a hot cannon shot and almost  impossible to see in the glare. En-  derby, as will bo seen, won tlie nip,  and went home highly ple:i*-r-d with  themselves. They thoroughly deserved it as they have beer, tiie losing  team year jitter year, but have, pluckily  stayed with it and at last secure-el the  silverware.  The Ende-rby people had badge--* on  with the legend ''There are no Snake-  in our Kden." Fred Thorn wi.ilici  thi? correcteel as he says he .-aw tlvm  there once.  Tlie Orange lodge will leave here for  Vernon 125 strong on the 12th.  Mr. W.olfenders house is startcel and  should he finished in about fix weeks.  Price Kllis-on was a visitor on the;  first. The glad hand was not s-ei  evident a- last first of July.  Dr. McCalVoy, of Maele-r-, Ontario,  has  arrived   to  taku   Or.   Vankleck'-  CORRESPONDENCE.  -      ��������� . s    r    I "*_  '���������;���������    ' A Complaint. "a   , ��������� '  Editor Kootenai. Mail:  Sir *.���������-Kindly insert a short review  of whdt'tbe McBride ^government and  our M. L., A. have done for this pint  of the riding as .regards roads and  trails to open up .the country, ' and  what the .officials have done. The  pieseiit road superintendent must be  too busy looking after private interests to see that what work is  done is properly done. It is now the  fiist of July, and prospectors must be  out and do their assessment, and none  of the trails in existence are repaired  as yet, so the prospectors only re-  souice is to do it himself to have his  work done on his mineral holdings.  Our present gold commissioner never  get any farther than the steamboat  landing to see what the, requirements  are. and our present M. L. A.) I do  not think, has ever been up this part  of the country, merely drawing his  money for supporting the most incapable government this province ever  had. He should take a trip over the  trails and \=ee if the men that ,are  developing and prospecting this part  of the riding have not hardships that  would make them cui*se the member,  the officials and all the .members of  the government.  Yours respectfully,      '  Gt*s Lund',  ' Prospector.  P. S.  1 Tt looks as if the present government only are drawing their salaries  for staying in the government buildings seeing that the taxes are collected.  .BEAUTY HINTS.,'- ���������  Method* l.r SvJUcli to Improve Yonr  Skin, Bye������  and Hair.  'Greas'iness of the skin'is an unpleasant condition and is by no means easy  to cure. ' AH rich and, greasy food  should' be avoided. ' The face should  be washed in rain water, or.Jf (Ms be  migtttiinaUe.'jii waterjfflftew>d_by the  addition -of boi-ai. -The soap used  should he of the pjirest and contain no  glycerin.- Wash the face - occasionally  1 with -wlyte .vinegar diluted -with jose  water. ' '  -A, '  Ask your druggeet for an eye wash  of camphor and baraK and bathe the  swollen lid������ with-it-:every night. The  best way to do this is to use an eye  cup, which can bo obtained at iany  drug store arid, costs only a few dent's.,  Ril tiiei cup about hatf full with the  wash, then fit it over the eye and hold  it In that position,, throwing the head  back ami opening tlie' eye to recelVe  the ,wasli. ,It takes some effort of the  ���������wiU to do this until you are used to it.  If your hair is in a serious condition  notliing but persistent' effort 'will bring  it back to health. Every night you  must massage .the' scalp-'thoroughly  ���������with .vaseline. This will bring back  the natuwil oil as well , as promote  growth. Brush -the hair and scalp  thoroughly once a wook'to'remove the  .natural accumulation of dust and,dandruff. In combing and brushing be as  gentle; as passable so as'not to waste  tlie hair. Shampoo once a week with  green soap. Avoid (filing your hnir.  Simple treatment is tlie best.���������Citts-  burg Press. <-        , ���������  ' ' *    ���������___^____���������������������������^^��������� -  THE MAID  OF. ALL WORK.  n      ��������� 1       , , __:  .    _     '  A   Lack'of. System '1V1U   Mnkc   Her  TimkH  Donl������ly Hnrd. .  A maid of average ability should be'  able to do the,housework for a famijy  of three in a' clean, orderly' manlier  without .friction" especiaHy when' tlie  homo is supplied with numerous labor  saving conveniences. , Do not," however,  expect a maid to sweep and scrub all  day iind 'supplement the exertion' by  serving' a live course company dinner  at 7 o'clock, for one "or both efforts will  result in a failure, no matter how strong  or willing she may be, says the Indianapolis Journal. The source of most  trouble-in tho'domestic'household is  lack of system. If a maid has a'method., of her own which enables her to  perform thc required services iii a satisfactory manner it is usually wise not  to interfere'with ,her plans. If, however, she lacks system have a friendly  talk-with her,-pointing out how her  -work may be planned so that it may  be done properly and.leave her-some  time for rest and enjoyment., If she is  a sensible girl tliis will appeal to her,  and she will likely fall into your way  ,of working. After having acoideVf upon  'a system which best accorels'with the  household-insist upon cacli duty.being  performed on'the day allotted to it jin-  Tess something quite unforeseen' occurs" to prevent. If' at any'time you  are without a maid and must do your  own work apply this same plan yourself. '���������    -  *   , -   AThoM^OTOo,tlnefMthBWsUsofH������BM*C^^  li not a kalsomine, is more'easily.applied than oH-,,  fashioned white-wash.    It hardens with age- will mot rub  off.    Is sanitary, and its cementTlike'qualities will im-  '  prove the wall.   Write'for particulars. .      ���������  '    ,      Mads in Outtd* by '    '5   ,  the ALABASTjNE CO., Limited, PARIS, OUT.  Made in .White and Twenty bettrtifol (lata, wMAtld '  ��������� showo in a circular to be had'from your dealer, of^esi  by mail.   Sold in packages only. aev" " bulk.  .AROUND THE HOUSE.  Smear the glass stopper of a bottle  with vaseline and no matter how long  it stands unopened it will not stick.  Scraps of wax candles melted with  an equal quantity of turpentine make  an excellent polish for hardwood floors.  It is said the sirup or cream will not  drop from a pitcher on to the tablecloth if the nose of* the pitcher is  rubbed with butter. .     t  When a needle requires the services  of- an emery, do not rub the point any  more than necessary after inserting it  unless you wish to blunt it.  To clean tlie nickel plate on stoves  polish with air slacked 'lime. .It Wijl  shine like a mirror. If any spots are  obstinate use a piece of fine sandpaper.  After the dust of sweeping day has  settled, wipe your windows and mirrors with a piece of chamois wet in  -warm water and -wrung out until just  damp. It leaves the glass perfectly  clear and shining.  1 Olil Dnurnerreotype*.  If you have some old daguerreotypes,  glass covered and jfllt matted, take  them out of their embossod leather  cases and frame them in some dull  shade of close pileel velvet���������sage green  or dull red or, If you ii\e, in silver or  pewter���������and you will have a fashionable bit of bric-a-brac and at the same  time preserve an esteemed antique.  REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.!  i  . ]  The Rf'vcl-t'.kc rnf-iiranci; A'_" ncv ;  le-port the* fuIlowiriK-.lie of building*  lot*-, thi-- wne-k :  T/.t.-. 23 rmrl 2'l block" 13, 5th   St    t..  Wm. Pce-khaio- '  Lot- li .u,d 7, bl-.ck    l-l,   .'ith   r-t.   b>  John Puni.-.  Lot I. block I-I, Sth .-*t..   t-> Oi'-. M  S'nith.  Lot, 12, 13 and 11, block I-"-, ."ith .*-':.  toTl.v. H. Cain. ,  Lot- 23 anel 2-1, block 45. 5th St. to'  Jf. C. Ciiin-j-oii. i  Leil" 12, 13 .md I I, block 45, 5th St.,  to .1. (luy l!.irbe.r i  Lot 20, block 34   Ith   St.   to   F.    fl  Veiling.  Lot  3, block   08, 3iel   St.   to   ly   (',.  I-'l-olni'V.  Lot 4, '.',}, ncif- gnrde-n  land (ei A. f".  Llilide.-ll.  Paint   on   Glaww.  Splashes of paint on glass if left for  any time will become hard. To remove tlie-m take botllng water anel In it  dissolve a lump of sodn, a pleeje about  the size: of an e-gg to a pint of water.  Wet a cloth or pi-.-e-e of fl-unir-l In tliis  anel rub the marks, when tli'-y will be  found to ronie- off quite easily.  Tlie   "VVnr   to   SU.  Don't sit on the "-net of your spin?.  Don't sit with your knees apart. Tin-y  should alw.iy-. tonch. Don't sit with  the h-L'S crr>w-el. li<-rnus<.- it throws tlio  weight on one hip and distorts the  body.  Vaseline, as most honse-ke-e-pers know  by e\-perie-n<f, le-ave-s ugly Hpots that  ar--* not rcniovr-rl hy ordinary laundering. A prof'-islonnl e-lr-ane-r .sayi soaking the- staim in kerosene will usually remove.. tlif,m.  Old paint and varnlih may he- removed iiy two partfi of nrnreionla shaken np with one part of Uirpc-ntlne*. It  will soflmm the.-m no tlie-y may eailly  be scraned off.  ���������-,. '_l_'JE������"'S" ' '���������  THF T1WI    RESTAURAMT  I 1IL     '.U.VV L   .'    First Street,  ,* - ' '  Kiiht of Molson's Hunk       -   '<  Itovolstoke.  Kor vour infills. Open dtiy and night.  Meals 25c and upward. Special weekly,  rates/'  Good sin-vice guaranteed. '  YODO FUJI I,  Proprietor.  NOTICE.  -VTOTICK i-- hereby irivoii Hint. .Kldny*-iifior  JM diitu, J liituml to iipiily to tlio Itoiior.ililo  tho Uliiof Ci)iiiiiii������-.ionor or Liuids nnd Work-,  Tor a spocial liooiijo to cut and curry iiwny Inn-  bor riom tho follow-ill!,' doncribad lauds -.iluateid  in \Vo--t Kootenay BMiict, li. C.      '���������.,.:   ,  CoinnionciiiK al a post innrkud Geo.I;. I'ipor s  liortli oast cornor post pliinlad at lliu-iiorln  west coi nor or llio F. Robinson Liimliur Co. s  limit on tho north nido of llio north oust arm ot  Arrow Luko, ilionco -.oulli oi(,'lit.v cli.iuit., thonco  wc-,1 eighty chaiiib, thonco north oiiility chains,  thonco on<.l oiclily clinini lo ixjintof ooiiuronco-  inonl. p .    -  Dated lho 10th day of May, m)UQ  ^J^  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  ,. Royal Mail Lines.  - Cheapest Route to tho Old Country.  ,   ,  "aLi.iAN~LINE���������J-'i-bm aiontient.   ."  toni-ui .'...Juno 10  .BiiMtrinii Juiioli  lJiu-i-.iiin  J"? 2  'rimi4itt.il .July j  DOMINION LINE���������3Krom Jlonlroal. '*  Dominion '  ���������j**Ile}i  Ciiiiibroinan lime lb  niuiada ��������� M,"'V  ;!  -Vnnoouvcr, Jul},.)  CAN. PAG. ATLANTIC S. S.���������From Monti cut,  Lake Champlnin '....,.'  ''"'"v!  LakoKrio     '  ���������"'"-?,;  Like Manitoba ..' Iiino.W  AJIEHICivN LINE���������l-'rom Now York.  SI.' l*nul :    .'...June 11  I'liiladc-ipliin ������������������* |llnoi?  ������������������l. Louis " ' ���������{������������������!-2;;  fionnaiiii; 'i"5 -  WHITE'STAR LINE���������From Now York.  Teutonic...' .' -��������� ..Tiiiio 8  Ccdi-ic >2  ',lnc.V!  MajosLio*. ' ���������}nncV,  Oceanic Junoai  CUNAKD LINE���������From New York.  Umbriii . .' '��������� ,- ���������'"nclJ  Cainp.uiia , '- .-.Juno IS  Etiuriu ..-' ',**noSo  Auiania *. r.JitnoJi)  T.^iyjinia , .,. '.....lulj;,.  'Ilissenirorb ticketed ' through to .all parts of  Groat lit-itain and Ireland, and al. specially low  nitcsto all parts of the European continent.  Apply to nearest railway or steamship agent or  to , l  T.' W. BRADSHAW. Agont/Rovelstoke  W. P.'P   CUMMINGS.. Paolfio Agent  DAJENTS  ��������� obtained in nil c  Trademarks'  -and Copyrights i  countries.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  ..    , ������������������* .  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical Attorney and Engineer.' -<  Room 3. Fiili*flcW;niook,'aniiivilIo bl., near I'.O  -  VANCOUVER,   B., C. A     A  A  pofitciu-d i will secure an ovaninK appoint  mont for tliObO who cannot call during tlio day  Jas. I. WoodrowV  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer ln^_ajnffiS4������*- <.      ,  . BEEP,   PORK,  ,   f.2     .MUTTON, Etc.  1    Fish and Game in Season.  " ,        -All orders promptly illlod. '      ' ,    "  REVELSTOKE,? B.   C,   andKfng streets.  rtAKDT- MARRY, DOCTOR or dos  ll II ill - T, * pair,-"Don't do a.thing"  I Jlllll I -.till you soo dourly whnPs  *���������* V best iiy aid of FlaBhUghts-  on Human Nature, ou health, disease, lovo,  niiirriiiKO and parontiiKO. Toll.s what you A ask  a doctor, but don't liko to. 210 panes., illuatnit-  od, *!���������'��������� emits; .hut to inlroduco it \\t> -Jond one  only lo any adult lor |io������tiiKO. 10 cents. M.  HILL PUB. CO.', 129East 28th Street. Now  Yorlr.     *   ,   ,-' ,        , ' *     . '*-,*-  Halcyon Hoi Spring<*"  Sanitarium.  THE MEDICAL WATERS of Hnl-  '  o cyon nre tho most curative in the*- ^  world. ��������� A perfect, niituiiil remedy for-"  nil i-Nei vous  anel ' Musnulai- "iliseases^.-  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments-  and -Meliillic -Poisoning.   A 'sure cure-  for   .'t.That  Tii'i-d,'FecliiiR."     Special.'  rates on   all   hoats  and * traniB.1  Two ���������  mails  ni ri ve and de-piut every   day.-  Telegraph ' communication1;, with   alt-,  parts ot the   world.   An'' experienced^' .  inassiinger., ���������' , ,' ' (,  Halcyon Hot Springs:A  i a, A rrobtt LaKc "B. C  NO.TICE.  .1-      >. L     .f,  -VrOTIUE i-i hereby Kivou tluit, 30 <lit>s iiTtor  IS' date, r intend to apply to lho (Jluor-Loin-  iniasionor of Lands and Works Tor a special  licen-o to cut and cairy away timber from lho  following described lands iu tlio We-t Kootenay district:��������� ' ' !*  ,- . - ' No, 1. ��������� * ' -  CoinmonciiiK al a pnslmarkod "T. Skinnor N.  E. Corner post" and planted on west bank, of  Columbia liivor, about two and a half miles  below inouthor NiiKol'Creek, thonco south 1M1  chains, thonce wost 1(1 chains, thonco north 1W)  chain-, thencoioast 10 chains to placo of commencement.    lj           '              '..''.  .     Dated tho 22nd day of Marcli 1'KJI.  ,     :   ��������� . .   T. SK1NNEU.  ' i No. 2. i"  CoinmencinK at a post ma'rked "T. Skinnor's  S. li. C'ornor post" planted ou tlio west bunk of  Columbia Itivor about, three miloaiihovo mouth  of Malonoy Oeok, thonco west SO chains, thonco  noitli SO chains, thonco oast 80 chains, Ihonco  Miittli So chains to placo of conimoiicomont.  Dated tho 22ud day of March MRU.  T. SKINNER.  X)E.lisTjK:  PERFECTION. COCOA  It is absolutely pure  COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE ICINGS,  ^fUZCREAM BARS;.ETC., ARE VERY CHOJCEST QUALITY   ���������  The COWAN CO., Limited, Toronto  Buy Youf Hot Water  Heater Now!  The Yoho Bath Heater is Now  on the Market for $17.*"'  Yoii[litivej s-ocn thorn (loinoiistruled in youi-city mid know just what  tlu-.v i-iin (lei.  ���������Iiintjlhink "j>f   Hut  WiiIci- (liniling nt That) in 'M Secnnds, nnd only  .���������iii^Olir.N'cw-piilici or lliindfiil of old Chips tei ]ii*niliicu tlio result.  Tln-V me- iie-iil :is ue;ll ns (iiniiinoiitfil, 11 nd wi*i}jli lint 2ii His.  i  The Yoho Bath Heater Co. Ltd.,  I'M Pender .SIreel, Vancouver, Ji. C.  W.M.LAWRENCE, AGENT, REVELSTOKE  Write for Catalogue.  Mail Orders Receive  Prompt Attention.  " WRAPPING .PAPER 'AND  , r '; .PAPER BAGS.'  The Kootenay Mail has .been  appointed   agent?,for  one^ of  H" tlie  largest  Canadian   Taper  Mills.       'y''      -.  Wrapping  papers in   rolls or  \P  Hat,   and  paper  bags'-of"all   ^  weights and sizes supplied to'  "order "printed or'imprinted. ,  Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.  BOILERS  ��������� -    . AND1  ,   ENGINES.  ' < r  ��������� Saw Mill Machinery ���������  'Wood -Working' Machinery  '��������� Machinery" for' all purposes'  All of very best makes. .    -  Write -,       "  VJ. 1. NEILSON & CO, a  * ���������-     602 MalnSt./Winnipc-**-,,  i=%A  i#  LEARN  SHORTHAND  AT  H0MEF  by correspondence.- 10 weekly lessons-  will make you perfect. ' ���������  OBTAIN 'HIGHER  SALAKY  Sliorthinid is nowadays indispensibler;  to   everybody.     Utilize   spare    time--  Very niodciate fee.     XVc piccuve.ppsi---  tions.    Write for free booklet.  Ci:n*ikai. Coukkspondknci: College.*.  215, Temple Chambeis,  Temple Avenue, London, E.C_  Wm. Fleming  ���������\Vliolc--aleIaiid Retail  Meat Merchant,  Fish   and   Game   in   Season.,.  First St., Revelstoke.  SEE  Wing Chung's newly im--  ported stock of Chinese-*  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment everr  landcd in Revelstoke off'  useful and ornamental1*  articles:  Tea services  Plnti".       c  Hi^ltet-*  Cniie Chilli's  iriinclkoroliief-*  Kiower I-oU.  Umlirellii Sliind*-.  Jjiincli H.i-l;etK-  Smoleliiir Jnokcts  Sill; Good-.  GOLD FISH  Finest stock of candles nnd fruit In town.  Front Street, Revelstoke*  MMiftliil  Standard icmody for Gleet,  Gonorrhoea and Runnings  fHiny I  IN 48 HOURS.   Cures Kid- WlUl J  ney and Bladder Trembles.  NOTICE.  "VfOTKiE i- lioreby -*hen Unit .'ill days  J^ nttor (Into J intend ti> n|i|)l> to tlio Honor  iil-lo tlie Cliifcf Coniini ��������� inner ol Jjiinil- nnd  Work-, lor n -pecinl licence lo cut mid curry  nwiiy tinilier rrom tho fdlliiwiiiu d;-������criliael  liiiicli. siliinlccl in West Kniitoiiiiv Di-liici. viz,:  ('oiiiiiioiiciiu.' nt n |io=.t marked Clnroiic-o  I'ipor'i s-iiulli en--t corner pci-l pliuileil mi tho  north liniiiidnry ol' F. Robin'cin'-, purcli.'i-i' liniil  on the north Mrtoof the north e.-i-t linn oi Annw  Lake, thonco wo-t eighty cliiiin-. tlience north  ciiehty chain-, tliouco oust eighty chain?, thonco  boiilh uiKhly chain- to poiul of coinnioiieeinent.  Datecltli^I,t(li.yolMav..(,l.NcKi,j])ER tAp,.������  THE KOOTENAY.MAIL.  !     J.' SAMSON  ���������Painter, Papephanger, Signwriter  KALSOMINING   DONE.' '  Orders receive prompt attention.  Second street, -    -      REVELSTOKE  :1ENRY!S nurseries  '..     3010 Westminster Road. .  Thousands- of Fruit and  , Ornamental Trees ! , ������  Rhododendrons, Rosesi y  "      Greenhouse and Hardy Plants.  ' '     * ������������������       '        -1    '      . a  ^Homo-Grown and Imported    S83  Garden, Field'and Flower Seeds  r,    ,     Tor Spring Planting.  Eastern prices &r less.       White labor.  ,  ' -.FERTILIZERS. '< , ���������  Eee" Hives 'and Supplies.  -f     'Cut Flowers und Designs".'  1 -.Catalogue free. -        ?     *���������  ;m. j. henry/  Vancouver, B. 0.  WOODWARD  -- -     **     .. f-...  .  ' J 1 have "started a permanent Wood  Tard on Third street. With my past  experience I hope to,' be in u position  to satisfy all requirements of'custom,  ���������crs. .Mill  and  cordwood  supplied   in  . -any lengths at reduced prices for c.ish-  " .     ���������"'      .,-"'    *R. SAMSON.  %. A. McDonald  J   3PLASTERER & BRICKLAYER  '  ���������   , i       ,  REVELSTOKE:*' ���������  The only first.-class plasterer,in town.  Xet mc know" your requirements. ./A  ' Carload of'Lime just'imported.  A Car-'  '   load of Brick under Older.  I <*     i  , ' FB������������~ - BONING JU -=^   "  NOW IN ITS 39th YEAR-  The loading mining  periodical   of the  world, with the strongest editori.il staff" of {  ;my technical publication.  ,      Subscription "��������� $5.00   .1  >cir   (including  U. S., Canadian, Mexicnn postage.)  Sample'copy free. Send for I3ook Catalogue.  The Engineering and Mining Journal  '< 261 Broadway, New York  Y2UNG  F6LK  ,'THE MULTICOLORED STAR. ���������  A TRUNK WARDROBE.  A   COKFIIIKNTIAI.   CHAT.  "It's perfect uon-pusc, Hi-si.ii' for vou to  talk of being- laid on the -.helf. Why", n al!  depends on j-ourself. Forjrct your won ies,'  vour achcs'a'nd ailliieuts ; do lis I did, lake  .plenty of out-of-door ail, cultivate li.ippi  nes.s by not alloWinp- your 'mind to elwel1,  on tlie trifles and the worries ofolife., '!  sent fifty one-cent.stamps, to Dr. K. V.  Pierce, of BufTiito, N..Y., for his 'Common  Sense Medical Adviser,' and found'il contained much useful information about lhe  'care of my health, .ibout physiology,'-iii.it-  omv, and evervtliinpfii woman should know.  I then decideel to write Dr. Pierce and tell  liim all"aboutr my ailments. I received  such a nice, carefully considered and confidential letter, in*ieply,* giving me .ichiee  about my diet, 'exeicise and all. ' Tins  advice is free to everyone and I wonder you  don't write him at once. It didn't take me  niiiny months, to regain my-good looks.  Ever since I was fifteen I have suffered  untold agonies periodically but now,I am  free from pain, worn and bad temper Occasionally I took Dr. Pierce's, Pledsint  Pellets���������this for the complexion, aud to  stimulate the liver. Then' I took Dr.  Pierce's Favorite Prescription three times '  a , day . for those womanly weaknesses  I told'you about. That's my-'secret ol  beauty. It's tlie easiest thing in the world  to be happy and keep 'one's good looks.  Look-at the thousands of women who have  been made well by Dr. Pierce's Favorite  Prescription ; look how' they keep their  good looks. Dr. Pierce. ofTers $500 reward  .for any case of Leucorrhea, Female-Weakness. Prolapsus, or Falling of Womb which  he cannot cure. 'All he asks is a fair and  re*j5onable tru.1 of "*'s mcai" ������f cure."     -   ,  c\  L   -   ��������� 'I  L ESTABLISHED' iSQ^,,  ���������   0  ���������  ���������  Subscription, $2.00 Per Year  Published Weekly on Saturday by  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Co., Ltd,  Steam Printers  and Publishers  Dealers in  Printing and Wrapping Papers  and Paper Bags  Loose Leaf Account and Duplicate  Counter Check Systems  Agents for Tengwell and Op'alla  Patented Loose Leaf Files,  Ledgers and Billing Systems  Phone No. 13  P. 0. Box No. 70  Hon to Slake and   Operate Thin   In������  tereitinr Toy. ������  ~~ The multicolored star producer Is an  arrangement that any boy1 or girl can  make and is a toy that is decidedly in*,  teresting.' This is'how' to make it:  "- .Fold-a large, squarefpiece of pllabjtf  cardboard ia tlie center, like the cover  of a book. .In the center of this folded  cardboard punch a hole with a strong  pin, insert the point of a compass and  draw a circle on the front and back of  the folded paper three inches in diameter. In each of these two circles draw  a triangle���������Que with the point upward,  ,the 'other '-with  the 'point 'downward;  Cut these triangles outiwltb a, sharp  knife.   Open the cardboard aluiost.flat,.  and stand  it'upright'on tlio���������iifble'a  ,       P      THE JlUliTlCOIiOBED STAB.     ,.  short distance from a white wall or a  large sheet of wlilte'papor. Place two  candles in such a way that the two,  shadows of the two stars* cover one  another. Tliis is done by 'moving tha  candlesticks si-leways,"or- ifSth'e candles stand too low, by putting books  underneath the sticks. If you hold a'  glass'containing a solution of red ink  and water or green paint and water  or, a colored tissue'paper spanned over  a wooden frame between the flame  of the candle and one of the triangles  the star'on, the? white wall or whits  sheet "of" paper will appear in three  colors���������the center _ white, while,'the  points show the. color of the fluid  or the tissue paper and their- supplemental colors.,'Forced the supplementary color is light green; for green,  i it is red, and for yellow it is violet. -  '.A FUNNY GAME./    '   ���������  Seeing:'the   Full, Moon   Often   Vool������  '���������   ' -," ' - "~tlis~'Little  Girls.*1,*"   ' ,,  Here'is a funny game to play: *}  Staiid facing "a girl, and say to her,  ",You can't'make the same_motions I  am going to m.ike."  "Then she'-will "say, "Just see if I  can't." '   .  * Now do this: Put your left hand forward, point the forefinger toward your  face and make a circle around your  face with rt, saying, "I 'see 'the full  moon."  Next point at each eye and snyt  "Two'eyes;"* then touch your, nose,  saying, "A nose;" then touch your  mouth and say, "And a mouth."  Now let your arm fall and tell the  "girl to do exactly ,as you did and say  what you said.  , The point is this: She will be sure to  do all the motions with her right hand  'Instead of her left.  And you can promptly say, "No; you  didn't do It right." She will ask you to  go through the motions again and very  likely will use her right hand again.  But suppose she is left handed? She  will'naturally use her left hand and  get the trick right. So you should tell'  her, "Well, you can't do it again,"- and  be sure to use your right hand when  you show her again. When she tries to  do as you did she will most likely use  her left hand, and so you can say,  "You're wrong this time." '���������  This trick amuses everybody.  I-1,  Game of Genteel Lndy.  Dp you know this game?  One player begins, "I, genteel lady,  always genteel, come from the genteel  lady, always gei..eel, beg leave to inform you that my ship has just come  In from China laden with apricots."  T! o next player has to report, adding  some object beginning with "h," such  as biscuit, the next player one beginning with "c,"' and so on down the alphabet. I-f any one hesitates or makes  a mistake, a twist of paper is stuck in  her hair, and she is "one horned" instead of the "genteel" lady anil for two  mistakes the "two horned lady" and so  on.���������"Games of American Children."  Mlntuke  of n  111 I ml  lion  Con-trlctor.  A boa constrictor that wns nearly  blind was once found to be contentedly swallowing a blanket for dinner instead of a rabbit, which was also within reach, and it was' ouly with great  difficulty that it was forced to disgorge  this singular article of food. A snake's  tongue is therefore not an organ of  taste, nor is It, as many think, a sting;  It Is more probably a delicate organ of  touch.���������Chambers' Journal.  ���������Where   She  Felt  Wor������t.  A little girl came to her mother one  morning and said, "Mamma, I don't  feel very well." "Well, that's too  bad," said mamma. "Where,do you  feel worst?" "In school," was the  prompt reply.  Wlitn Cloned It Mnken a Convenient  Bedroom "Wiiulow Seat.  When my baby girl was put into  short' clothes, she required bo many  dresses that I,found the hamper,,previously used, inadequate.  A neighbor gave me a' small, old  fashioned wooden trunk having one  light tray inside. It was nn' unsightly  objtct, being much soiled, both inside  and out. I moi&toned all the paper lining, then capefully removed it,, and  when the wood was thoroughly dry I  relined'With scraps.lofL.wall paper in  a f dainty'pattern of wild roses, oslng  the border foi* the inside of the top  and the' bottom 'of the' tray. I fitted  this lining very carefully and pasted  it on. i ,.  I covered the outside of the trunk  wjith denim, tacking through the small  plaits around the top. ' I covered the  lid with a separate piece of denim,  Btretched 'very tightly over n stuffing  -cf-cxcelsior, aiid finished with a four  .inch ruflle tacked on with brass headed tacks., The trunk when it ls^closed  makes- a convenient window.^seat for,,  my bedroom.        t       ��������� r   '      -  The ,receptacle 'under the triiy ,li  'thirty 'inches long-and gives ample  room without1 folding or crushing for  the two dozen little white dresses, with  the cambric and llniinel petticoats.  /The tray Is convenient for smaller articles. -The little shoes, each pair'in  its own box in a corner, and the little  pique" recfews aud bonnets, also the  tiny sheets aiid pillow cases, are easily  within reach.'' I do^'not, see ?how,( I  could get along without this device,  which' would ,be equally useful for  shirt waists or lingerie.���������St. Louis Republic. ' - > - ,  PRETTY WORK TABLE.    ' ,  It-Is  Made of  Iliiralioo  Pole*  and a  '       ���������    '    '      Cheese  Box.. ,  Here is a'charming work table made  of'some lengths of bamboo and ,1m ordinary wooden ' cheese-- box. The  height of the four lengths of bamboo,  which form the foundation .for the table, are regulated by your individual  taste, and having'cut them the required  height cut a' slot in each piece, as  shown in Fig. 1, the exact measurement of ithe bottom of the box, .which  is then wedged in.   (See Fig. 2.),'  The top of the box which forms the  table is fixed in the same manner high-  Old stocklngg cut down the seam  make excellent clotus for polishing fur-  ulture and floors. -  Pit. !���������   6L_=e  1   CHEIISE BOX WORK TABLE.  er up. As the slots are only cut the  width or a fraction more of the width  of the box they naturally hold tightly  and only require one or two-screws  to keep them in place.  The structure being completed, the  decoration, must be considered, and  you have endless variety, to choose  from. First 'there' is enamel, with  which lid and box can be covered, tlie  different wood stains varnishing in  this scheme the bamboo. Tokcr work,  imitation marquetry, metallic painting,, all these can be pressed into service with artistic results.  Household Linen.  Modern housewives are beginning  once more to pride themselves on their  household linen; and this fact is very  evident in,the use of tablecloths'woven  in the most'exquisite and artistic designs, the table napkins following  them on a more minute scale. Some of  the' bedroom towels now in use are  very useful both as to fineness and  pattern, tho borders being of floral design, beautifully handworked in washing thread or silk.' They are finished  with a "deep fringe of linen thread,  with a heading of the colors which pro-  vail in the embroidery. Many of1 these  -face towels are of the finest imaginable Irish damask, with design and border of shamrocks or tiny fleurs-de-lis.  Drippings.  Grease, cooking butter and drippings  of any kind that have become "strong"  or discolored may be made sweet and  white by being clarified with bits of  raw potato. Turn all the drippings Into a deep kettle which has a perfectly  fitting cover and allow them to become heated through. In tlio meantime slice and peel ono inciliiiiii potato  for three pounds of dripping. Slice  and throw in and allow it all to cook  together until thc bits of potato are  a deep brown. Strain and sot away.  When cold a quantity of snow white  shortening material will repay the time  and trouble.  The llcnllj- Clever rose.  There is much more intellectual cleverness among the girls of today than  tliere was fifty years ago. A ilippimt  cousin says: "It does not pay for a girl  to he clever. Men are afraid of you if  you are, and the other girls hate you."  liut between a pedantic prig and a  well educated young woman there Is a  vn������.t ditfei-ence. The really clever women are those who disguise their learning and pose as amiable anil charming  idiots���������London Ladies' Field.  THE CABINET.  Unpopular, Distrusted, Small-  Minded, Narrow, Selfish.    .  .    , JNoloon TribHno ] ,      >  In Kaslo riding,there is no end of  discontent. .' <  In' Nelson, the only friends the  government has are men who voted  against the Liberal-Conservative party  at the last election.  'In Grand Porks riding theie isope'n  revolt. _ , ' '  la Greenwood, the government lias  no friends.     ���������       ,  In Chilliwack McBiide is openly,  denounced as'a political shyster.  In Victoria the McBrideitcs were  routed as b.i'dly ;iis the Russians on'  theYiilu. ,        ,'���������   '    '  i i '  At Vancouver, Sir Charles llibbert  Tupper,' president of the Liberal- Conservative Provincial Association,open-,  ly' denounces the methods of the  government in dealing witlrkhe coal  lands. '* , .",'_.!,  McBrida and Green and Wilson and  Tatlow have dragged down the Liberal Conservative partv in" British Co-  I urn bin' because they aresiiiall-niinded  men, and are both tricky and narrow  as well as small-minded. They are of  no party.' -With them it is self .first  and last, fi- ������������������     C      '     >���������'  A  found to be identical in character, so  that tliey undoubtedly have a com-  men subterranean origin, (the so called ' northern spring), situated some  little distance north of these. It has  n temperature of 120 P. and contained  i,01G parts sulphuretted hydrogen per,,  million. The following numbers were  obtained oii analysis of the water from  the Hob Springs proper :���������'  '  Clilori'ne -     20 0 per mil.  Sulphuric Acid   332 o'  " "    /-.  Linie .''     S2 0      "  Magnesia '."   2-10  Silica...- " (52 0,     "  Total dissolved matter ���������  only atlOO'C  73S 0  On ignition  079 0      "  HALCYON AND  HEALTH,  <    , [Sandon Standard]  One of the most delightful spots in  Canada to spend a vacation in and,recuperate, is the Halcyon Hot Springs  oil the Arrow Lake. , Tourists from all  parts of the world have visited this  health, resort, and pronounce its  waters to'confcain the greatest healing  powers of(any similar springs . known.  Halcyon is picturesquely ������������������situatedJat  tlie fo'otA'of' lofty mountains, which*  abound with ' game, - and near tj the  Arrow lake; which affords good fishing.  The springs are but ra few minutes  walk from the? hotel, and the .water  bubbles but of the'solid rock  lit about  130 .degrees," which,is,conveyed by  pipe" line to the hotel and baths. -The  hotel is large and commodious,' having  accommodation for numerous guests.  In*addition "there"are also several  villus! each 'neatly .'furnished and  supplied-with spring baths, suitable  for families or private parties.��������� The  chief attraction at Halcyon are. the  baths. These are --.ever failing remedies for all kidney.Jiver, stomach^and  blood troubles and inllammatoryjrheu-  mafisni. Mr. Mc2\anght, the courteous manager, informs us that in all  cases of no cure of these ailments,  there will be no charge, [but so far not  in a single instance have the waters  proved ineffectual. The baths consist of shower, steam and plunge, and  ill impurities of the body areVith-  clraivn from the en tiie system*;in thc  sweating process which follows. AThe  wateis arc tho best remedies procurable in' all cases of "leading" in the  mines. The hotel is conducted on  stiictly first-class lines and Manager  McNaughb looks after all comforts of  his guests. Thc . resort \isfgcasy to  reach,'being only half a day's"|journey  from Sandon. Two]|"stciiiiiboats cull  there daily.; Every business facility  is handy. The post, express and  telegraph oflices arc "located in the  large hotel. Although seeking quiet  and lest a person is not shut out from  the outside world. .TheSAssociatcd  Pi ess dispatches aie reccivcdjjtwicc a  day at Halcyon, and all' items of importance arc posted up in thejreading  room. - Por recuperation the Springs  can't bo beat, and to nil persons seeking health we would say���������go |to]Halcyon and get it. Tho watcrsyithough  beneficial at any time, are at their  best in summer, and if you arc looking for a place to spend n delightful  vacation, combine health with  pleasure by going to Halcyon, and  you will not regret it. ToJ'go once,  niciiiifl to go again.  The following ^xtruct from thc report of A. McGill, Esq., published on  Aug. 2(ith,'1800, gives an idea of the  health giving powers contained in the  wateis at Halcyon :  "HOT SI'IlINOS AT AltitOW mki:. 1  visited these remarkable spiings on  the 2Ith and 2(3th April, 1S!)0. These  aie two important springs which unite  to form the supply of the baths at the  Halcyon Hotel.  The  tciiipoiiiture at the sources is  131 V and the sulphuretted hydrogen  is -1,097 parts per million. The two  sources were examined separately and  Loss '     OS 0 ' <      P  -The most remarkable features about,  this water are the high contents in  silica and thc large amount of lithium  present. I judge this Irpm the spectroscopic investigations, to be abqut ten  times the quantity present in tho 1 Lot  "Springs at Banff, and have.no hesitation in saying that 'this spring' is  iiniong the richest in lithium salts in  America���������if not indeed, the,' very  richest in this respect." 5-  A GREAT     V.  SUCCESS  j_ ������������������      r   t ' i  I " u ^^_.  Independent ,,Band\ Entertain-!  ' p -,   ,       { ment.., ���������'.'.���������  The band-has rCilson to be grati/ietl  .itthe unqualified -fucce&s of their cn-  'tcrfcaiiiment oil   the  night of  Domi-*,.  nion  day,  when   fclie^comody  -Irani* ,  " Strife " was piescnted by local talent.  I v *��������� \ l I       l*ll  The attendance was, large,  and  each  individual actor -'performed   the  part'  assigned to them as if they  were  pro- -  fe������*-ionals instead of amateurs.   This  is the more creditable  to  them  when'.'  it  is   taken' into   consideration   that  they had only, two weeks   for preparation.   The audience was an  appreciative one, and .-ignilicd  their appioval  in a heiuty manner. &  The characters represented weie as  i ' -f.  follows *.��������� ' ,  Juri-jo   Henri   Button-;,. n ratireil  'mine   ,  and wcultliy ���������iiill-o\wior....Ii   H Sawyer,'  Iftiruld Thomas., :i koiitleinnii  or leisure,    -  ���������  >   - .. .\V  A. Cbnniber:?.  Itenry ll.iiiaoll, .i mecli.uiic .!...."W. A. Sturdy.  UKtoUi-  Tliomnkiiis    lTor.vtio   S<|ii.i-h. <    *-,  the 'iidi-o'a nio^t intimate friend- , ���������  ���������*'.'! W. A. Chamber'-'F'-Brown.  If.in-fYoirS.indt. his cook * .'NV. JI. Lawrence.  Juhii-, Neb,    ln= fcorvnnt-,  . .1-:. TS. Stringer, F. H\ Burk.  Policeman ...'. l J. A. Hnmer.  L.iurii Boll, tho judge,* ������-i������l .Jli������ Jf. Corloy.  .Mrs. Hiiii-cll, Henry's ""llicr.Jlr-. T. H. Dunne  Dollv. ,im.iid'(oriiii;h de-iree)  .. ..\lr=. Fl' A, Brown.  M.uy Harris Jli--, JI.nine Dunne.  The proceedings wound up with a  dance, which was continued till an,  early hour in the morning.  r  ���������I  t,  f  WEDDING BELLS-  Crawford-Lade.  ''J  From our o\������n Correspondent.  The liist marriage that ever took  place in Beaton was solemnized today.  The contracting parties were Wm.  Crawford, a popular young man of  Beaton, and Miss Mabel Lade, a belle  of Camborne. The bride and the  biidesmaicl'both looked charming in  dresses oi very costly material.  The ceremony, was performed by  Rev. Mr. Johnson, of Arrowhead. The  groom was ably assisted by Vincc  Lade, brother bf thc bride, -vhile Miss  Peail Thomson acted as bridesmaid.  The "bride was given away by her  brother, James Lade, while the groom  threw himself away willingly. It was  <i very pretty home wedding.  After the ceremony the bride and  groom, with the relatives, sat down to  n sumptuous wedding breakfast. Thc  presents weie numerous and costly,  taxing a parlor table to its utmost.  Mr. and Mrs. Crawford took thc  noon boat for Hevelstoke, intending  to spend a couple of week-; on a  honeymoon tour, after which they  intend to take up their residence in  Trout Lake. The Crawford residence  and the steamboat landing were  covered with rice on the departure of  the bride and groom.  The Tribune says : '-The Joly- McBride government is getting a terrific  lambasting for thc weak way in whicn  it is dealing with the application- for  coal and oil licenses in -outheast  Kootenny. Had the province had a  government, there would be no trouble  now over these licenses; but the province has not had a government since  thc Prior government went out of  ollice. With all its fault-, the Prior  government governed the province."   L, ,- _- -.,' ���������'.-X  .':-<'J.,.:  '^l i"Unis'.^ t   I  n.Ui ��������� imJi /i*t/~iAa.#.|*..-ii.X.������-jI. j- ���������< iVI������m   "  .(....... ,..-,-.  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  I,     c  Gbe-IRootenafcfl&atl  I'UHUSHKD   SATURDAY.,  - ' .    ���������A'l'���������   'i  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  Subscription   Prico,   $2.00   Por". Annum  ADVKI'TI.SING     ItATKS     oii     npplieiition  ���������   Cli.in-,'1". in stundiiiK lulvuili-eiiient-. i"-*'*t  be in by il a. in. Thin-ilny of each week to  - M-ciiicKOOil display.   SliinilliiK ml}'<!'I>'?"jj?  '. nmlti-rwilllic-eliimtseil twiconiiioiit   w   li-  .    -   out   oMni    oliuiffo      Wor  n.oio  f W>'������t  iilli-iiillons lhe nine occupied"! m.ik   i,  hiiinc will he vli.li������c-cllit umiiiI  < le-.. C. -nil  Hilvortisuiif will be iceelved up lo IU a.m.  "   on Siiliiidii.v-.       , '  JOII J'llINTINC pioiniiUyexeuutertiitrciison-  - ���������    able riue.s. i  TKKWd���������Ciir,li. Sub-cnptions pnyablo in nil-  vunce. ��������� '  Cbuill->l'ONDKN'CK invited on iniitler* of  iiubliu inlcix-sl. HJoiiiiiinnication- lo lull;  lor inii-t bc'iiecoiuiiiiiileil by mime ol  writer, not iieue-������.ully for publication, but  iisovliloncoofKOod fnllli. Cori-e-pondeiice  (.hoiilil bu hrlof unit mu-l fcucli tlio ollice  byoW'eiliiuKluy evening, ',  Addfoss  r, ' ���������     ,'   , Till* Koo'tknay Mail; '  Phone No. Vi. Revelstoke, B.C.   ,  Wo roquost our numerous readers to  favor us with thoir assistance In  making: tho KOOTENAY MAIL tho  most vnJuablo ndvortlslnff medium In tho Kootenays by Klvlnff  the proloronco, whon makln-r pur-  ' A - chases to thoso Ilrms who aro  -    reK-uIarJadvortIsors in tho KOOT7  BNAY MAIL. ,     - Jj '  " ~       CITY ACKN'J'S.  -Copies of Tine SLMi/nmybeobtiiin'odfroiii  the follow niBuity iiBC'it-:     v       '    .  Ki:vi:i.ii'Oifi:-CA.VAi>A Diiun & Book Co.  i      j. \V. Hi:nxi-.tt.  \V. 11 i:\vs.  ,   "     J. A. HuukiiAm. '   ���������  NAKUSI'-J. S. Jlouisos.' ���������    P   ,  Kami.ooi'S���������Smith linos.  AKMSI'llONO���������B". WOI.KKNDI.N.  VASCOUVKK���������G.VI.l.OWAV  SC COMI'ANV.  ,\A    LONDON (15NG1.AND) A.GIWCY.  ,   Our KiibIIMi otllces me nt M KlccL street, Lpn  'Soil, K 0., vlieie Mesar,. E. & J. Hardy & Co.  will receive for us J.:iigli������.li news. s*������ 'scni't o is  and iidvorlihciiiciil-* nnd where a die is kept ol  Uii" rail-ei- for I lie use (free of ehnrifO of .my of  0u ��������� Tl'uVeis vtaliiilf London ��������������� df���������'*."'  bec-iiiK- Ho* li'U'St. issue possible ot lus or Uoi  Ipv.i.1 payor, '  '.        ' ,. .'   "?,  |71    & J.'UAllDY & CO.  Vl     "      IIOJIE AXH COLON'IAL.  ADVKHTIS1NC. 1'JtESS AND '  30 Fleet St reel. t       -^   .'London, .Esoland.  CANADIAN. BUSINESS A-SPKCIALTY. '  HABVJSY, McOARTER      ,  ,  y ���������   AND PIN KII AM,  ,''       BAIIKISTEKS, SOLICITORS, ETC.    .-  Officios .*   Mor.soNS   Bank   Block.   Ri*vki.-  i S'lOKE, B. C.  ,    Money to loan.      ' * ���������  ���������Ofllce-iJ-ltoveli-loke, B. C; Fort Steele, B. C.  Gko. S.'McCautkk,  a. m. i'ikkiiam,  Revcl-lol-e, B. C.  J. A. Hahvey,    ,  Kort Steele, 13. C.  JOHN   MANNING  SCOTT.   B. A.  L. L. 13. .       'A , ,}  Bakkisteti, SoCicitor, Etc:*  ���������  First Street.    "    '   '   -Revelstoke, B.C.  ,-rnDWARD A. HAGGEN,        t   '   *  Mining Engineer,  (Mem. Auicriciiu Institute MiniiiB KnBineei������l  (Mem. Ciinudian Mining I-i-.til.utc.)  Revelstoke, B. O.  Examination of and repoite on  Mineral Properties n Specialty. *  ftbelftootena^flftail  . ^^ ,  <UNION(������j.'|l^BEL>  SATURDAY, JULY 9. 1901.  '"The Laurier government are to  be congratulated on the prompt  steps they took to investigate Uncharges that the Grand Trunk *via=  employing alien labor in preference  to Canadian. The deportation  which Judge "Winchester recommends as a result will doubtless Le  promptly given effect to.  highly .satisfactory   and   shows a  larger surplus  than  ever.    When  we consider that the, postal department under*a, conservative regime  invariably'closed   the  year with a  large  deficit,  and -that^ever since  Sir William  assumed   office it has  been so cfliciently   managed  that,  instead of deficits, there has been a  constant series  of ever increasing  surpluses, no'room is left for doubt  as* to the,business-like  principles  with which it is  conducted, , This  year the supplies is' the   largest in  its his-tory, approximating a ^million of'dollars, and   the  service  is  its near perfection as  luunitu  skill.  Can make i't.   The financial-results  have been attained in  tho  face  of  the great reduction in  postal'rates,,  both domestic and foreign,  as well  as in   the 'inauguration   of   other  beneficial changes of "much convenience to the general'public.  Canada c never before had a  P.ostiiKtstei'-Goneral with thc business ability of Hir William Mulock.  This is evidenced by practical results  'LORD DUNDONALD AGALN. '  The bravery of Lord Dundonald  on'the field of battle' and the skill  with which ho'-marshalled his  troops'during thc Boer war, culminating in the relief of Ladysmith  are not forgotten, and are not'likely over to pass ituo'oblivion. His  soldierly qualities- are of the  highest order and are writ large on  the imperishable pages of history.  But,, whilst we freely-accord thc  general . the possession of every  good quality which pertains to  militarism, we regret that his sojourn in Canada -has ��������� been cut.  prematurely short by his injudicious act in.transgressing the well-  known rule's laid down , for his  guidance. " His -capacity, as commanding, general of the Canadian  Militia falls far short of his success  on the field- of' battle! He has  evidently allowed'himself to be the  cat's paw of a section of Dominion  politicians- -who -'hav(e., persuaded,  him to assume'the high and lofty  tone of one superior to the Minister  of'Militia, in the hone andrex-  pectation that some,political benefit might accrue,to the conservative  party. The upshot is that they,  while vainly seeking to s discredit  the action of the Cabinet, have  been foiled in their machinations,  and Lord Dundonald has been left  to suffer, and suffer alone, the inevitable .consequences of his indiscretion, and lo retire from Canada with a blemish on his name.  Insubordination' is looked upon  as an unpardonable sin in a soldier  on'duty, and in this case it is  accentuated when we consider that  the offender is one holding an ex-'  alted position in the army, as well  as-enjoying a high degree or esteem  among our citizen? in general.  While regretting the unfortunate circumstances which ��������� led to  the General'.-, dismissal, it must be  admitted that no other course was  open to preserve the dignity of bur  representative institutions and the  future well-being'of the Militia.  Had such a  flagrant   offence been  ing in'the chorus. , The largo congregation present gave close attention  while the Rev/Mr. Sutherland dealt  with the subject of " Ciinnila's" Possibilities of National Greatness," and  many went away from the service not  only with enlarged conception.') of our  country, Imt also' with a quickened  sense of responsibility'in having a  part in laying the foundations in this  new country.     , -     ,  Notwithstanding the thunderstorm  on Thursday .afternoon there was a  large attendance at the strawberry,  festival on the Methodist, parsonage  ground**.. The band was in ' attendance and discoursed sweet 'music,  and ihe manyjIndies waiting iipon the  dilVeront "tables were kept busy until a  . ���������    i      i' '  lute hour.  On Sunday morning there will be,a  special service for' the Sunday School  scholars and little folk generally,' in  tlie Methodist church, when the pastor will speak upon,the subject. "The  Right ICind'of it Man."  .IOveniug MiLijocl���������"An Unexpected  I'ii Un io'a nil a Great Succes.*-, a. Contrast. " *     5,    ,  .     ������������������KKSIIYTEKIANV   / ,  Subjects for... Sunday,, July JOth;  Morniiig, " A" Political Expedient'.1"  Evening," Light and Liberty, or thc  L. 0. A.,"\Vhnt it is, and What ,it -is  not.,".        "',     ,    . ''"  Tho'members of the L. '0. A', will  parade and march .to St. Andrew's  Church tomorrow (Sunday)'evening  for worship ' and t .sermon- at 7:30.  Special music is being' prepared, and  the service promises ttf be'one of considerable interest. < All\ friends 'arc  cordially invited to worship with thc  brethren on' this occasion.  In,tlie' Presbyterian church lastv  Sunday the services1 in the evening  had special reference to Dominion  Day and the pastor pr'enclied;aii, able'  and instructive sermon from the text:  "Thoii hast set my'feet^in a'"large  room." The choir rendered special,  selections suitable to the day and, as  a voluntary, sang: "The Maple Leaf."  After the benediction, the'congregation joined, in singing'tlie National  Anthem. ���������    ������ '-  st. pnrnits. -   , ;  Sixth Sunday after Trinity'celebration of the Holy Communion at 8 a.  ni."Asundiiy--school nt"10 n'.* m.,"aiicl  Matins at 11 a." in.' Evensong at 7.30  p. m. ��������� Serihons-by the'reetor. '  LABORS CALL  . (- /  , W. A. Galliher, M. P.,, writes that  nn order in council has been ''passed  authorizing-, the : Carlson "& Porter  labor claims to be paid'at once. (.���������  , The "desire, of thc Laurier govern-1  ment to���������protect ' the interests and  iiidependence.of the workers is evident  from the fact that.ti bill to amend the  Railway Act passed- committee today._  it "prevents any railway cmployco  contracting himself out of any rights  which he may, have as to recovery of  damages so asl'to get employment".  f  THE  kootenay  Mail  illustrated  .' .     .      POLITICAL   "  ��������� l-'n '���������"'���������   ll  ~ - *  The Minor says:     "It  is questionable if, ot all rthc  incompetents -with  which tho  administration  of  British  CoinmIiia   has   been' alllieted,  there  overWas ono, who   cut   such  a sorry  figure as "Dcwdncy Dick." '  .   Of Premier MclJrido's visit to Hoss-  larid last week, the .Miner says :'   "The  trend of, sentiment   just   now   is'so  violently'opposed to Mr. McBride and  his,general policy that ho wasshunned  yesterday by scores who gave him the'  benefit of the doubt a year ago."  < Premier McBride has-gone back  on  his promise to have,the  two  percent  'mineral ,tnx on   low   grade , ores ' removed.'  His "excuse  now  is he'ean't  find any substitute.' ,     ,  .  As IIon.,F: j'. Fulton failed in'his  mission to Ottawa to Iind a job at  looking'-aftcr the fishers, he has been  labelled excess baggage and consigned  to England. ' t_    .  ' Advices from Ottawa are the general election will not 'take place this  fall, and tliere will be another session  of parliament-before aii appeal is  made to the country.  9 04  is now in hand.  THIS" SPECIAL EDITION  Oi  NOTKJR il lioroby Ki-on-tliiit.Ml.'liiy-. urtor  (lulu, I intoml to imply to Ho Hiiiior.ihlo  tlio Cliior Coniniiiiloiiur ol Lund-, mid Works  r-irn M'ocial lioon.-o to cut aiul curry.inviiy lim-  hor riom tlio riillowiiiif clu-ciiboil lamls:,   -    .  CoiiiiiioiiciiiK nt u' post lii.iiitud about pne-  linlf inilu soiilli of llio N. W. coinoi- of W. & fa.  block btiO, iniii-t-cd I. S'-,. *NT. K. coi-nor post,  lliencc west IU cli.un-9, tliouco south lWlclmins.  Uiciicu cast -10 oliiiins, thonco north lUOcliiuns  ���������to point of commencement.^ ^^ ^^ "  .AiTOwhcnd.'n. l-.fJiily'S. ltlOI.     y ,,  VTOTJCJ-- i-- lieroby isivon tli.-il, 30 days urtor  PS     d.ito, L intend  to apply to the llon-.tlio  (Jliier (Joiiiiiiissi-mur    "1   Lands    and .Worlc-  Tor   .1   .special  license   lo   cut and cany away  timber from thoi followiiii? dc^cnlied lands:  .. ComiiioncinB iit a post planted jibout  two  and ono-liiilf miles bouth ot N. A\ . oornor of  lv. & S.  block t(Ki and nmrkeir I.\ Ss:-N. J-.,  comer posl,   tlience   wchl   id chums  lliencc  south IliU chains, ihoncc ea-st. 10 clia.in������, tlience  north KiO chains to point or commencement. ,���������  ���������     "                      *    -        ISAIAir SMITH.,  '  Arrowhead, H. C, .InlyS, 1!K)I. -       '       i.       t  ���������' Music-Lovers Unite.  Musically educated cand refined  people unite iu praising the New  Scale Williams Piano for beauty of  construction and artistic -excellence.  Its tonal and singing qualities are  unexcelled.  ���������Pianos, kept in   stock by Revelstoke  fiis-iu-ance Agency, Limited.  ���������The issues at the coming dominion election will be such that  the electors must vote white or  black. There1 will Le no room for  greys. Everv person entitled, to  "vote should therefore see that his ' overlooked, or condonr-d, thc vol-  name is on the roll, and especiallv !������nteer force of Canada would be  do we ask the liberals to lake ,tep-1 disintegrated and speedily doponor-  to see their names are registered, if ��������� ate into a state of anarchy and tc-  thevwUh to creditablv uphold the I bellion to constituted authority,  leader and the  mini-try   who have and    everv    individual    member  represented   the   party   and    the  nation with the highest credit.  The Laurier government has  taken another step in the direction  of advancing llu* state ownership  of railways by the purchase of the  Canada Kastcrn and New* Brunswick line.      f.et us  hope that day  ��������� is not far distant when stops will  be taker* to take over the Canadian  Pacific Kail way. Then, with the  absolute control and " principal  .ownership which the  state   retains  'in the Grand Trunk Pacific, the  railways of Canada will 1)0 run in  the interest oi the people instead oi  the corporation.  POSTM A.ST KIM 1 KX K Ii A L'S  ANNUA I,  RKI'OUT.  Like its predecessor.-, Hir William  Altilock'.-*   annual   statement    was  would feel hirr.-elf at liberty to Aj  that which i.- right in hi.- own eye-,  thus destroying all sr-mbiance of  obedience to order? and making  our Militia a reprnnrh. a dflu.-ioii  and a snarf. instead of a wf-II-or-  "anized boclv of troop.-1 in which we  mav ju.-tlv take pride.  CHURCHES.  r.   Mf.nroiu-T  The Methodi.-t f'l.nicii win ta-ri-  fully df-i-oi-ntr-f! lust Sunday i'-jr.tii--  patriotic .-'-i-viiic. f'uifr:iii elnli-i.-.i*'-  inn-if'iil -ervife Iind i"--,ii p ���������������������������pur'-d l.y  the choir, which iiiclud������-d a C'-ll-i s-nin  hy .Mr. Hii-ninc,'.-1.. a (pinrte/f- uiiidi  wns well i-'ondei-ed, mid nn .-iiithi-ni hy  the choir. After tin* H'Tin-in. the  " Ma|ilc Leaf Forcvci-" ivn.- sim^, dif-  fci-onl   iiK-mbcM 'of   tin-   choir   tal*in  the vci'.-f.-- n'nd l-lic  fioiignifrntifiii joi  SUDDEN   DEATH.  t  Father, of W. W.  Foster Expires on Train.  On Tuesday morning, Mr. Foster sr.  of Vancouver, father of XV. XV. Foster,  assistant to fcsiipt. Kilpatrick, died  suddenly on the Pacific express. JMr.  and Mrs.'Foster had come to Revelstoke to nttend their son's wedding at  Salmon Arm, iind remained here some  days. " Mr. Foster complained while  here of not feeling well, and he decided to return hornet going by 'the  Pacific express on Monday morning.  When the train was near Ka ni loops  he asked the porter to make up his  bed that he might lie down. This  wa- don'- and he died shortly aftcr-  w.iuK His wife wat with him at the  time of his* death  -nipt, Kilpatrick, who was at Kani-  loup- at th-* tiuif. im being apprised of  Mr. F-'w-ter's dctth, t<j.)k charge of the  R-rflyinid hud it furwiird'-rl lo \'an-  cr.ilM.-r i-ir int'-riii'-nt. .Much sympathy i- n-'.t for \V. \\". Foster ovei his  ,j;nl ln-rciivc-in-rif by the death of hi.-  futii'-r v. hii-- he wa.- .'.May on his  hoii'-yiiioon tri [i.  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in the World  Mail ns lit Royal Crown .Soap  Wrappers, and in return v.e'  will mail a beautiful I'ictiire  size 10x20 ; or fori;') Wrapper-  your choice of over 100 hook.*.  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Ranches ;  Farms a'nd-Orchards1;  Lakes*  and   Rivers ; - Mountains  and Glaciers; ,  - Hot Springs and Sanitariums; Railways  - and1 Steamers ; f Tourist   Resorts   and  -Sporting   Trips ;   Holiday   Nooks and  Pastimes';   Cites  and   Towns ;  -Public  B'uildino*s ;    Churches, .and    Schools ;  1 Stores1 and' Hotels ; 'Clergy, Teachei;s  . and Public Mcn;'Raihvay and Steamboat -  " Officers*;; Bankers    and    Merchants;  Leading   Men , in ' Finance,    Mining,  Commerce and Industry ��������� ���������'��������� ���������   I  r-  i.  HANDSOME  COLORED  PICTURE  ' (Suitable for framing) ,  " CHRISTMAS   MORNING"       ���������  Will be presented with this special edition.  REAL  ESTATE *'  INSURANCE  THE CITY EXPRESS  12. W. B. Paget, Prop.   .  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc., to any part of thc City.  Any Kind of Transferring  - Undertaken.  All orders left at H. M. Smythe'-*  Tobacco Store, or by Telephone, No. 7  will receive prompt, attention.  ���������j Vancouver .flB.C.  FOR SALE.  Copies will hi-put up in pulp-board wi uppers suitable foi mailing.  " .    PEICB      50      CE3STTS.  Several Thousand Copies will be printed.  Orders now received for Advertising and Extra Copies.  LJTERARY AND PII0T0GRAP1ITC CONTRIBUTIONS  ' ARE INVITED.  Local Story or Sketch  ,  Limited to 3,000 woids  Photograph? by Amateur11  Are od'ered as follows  First Prize $2'5.00  Second Prize $10.00  First Prize $5.00  Second Prize $2.50  Kssays or Sketches by Pupils      first Prize $10.00  attending the Public Schools     Secon(] prjze ^qq  These Competitions nre open to i-csidi-nti oM3rilit.li Columbia east  of tin; Cascade Range. Contributions thall he the properly ol" the  donors of the prizes. Hull ins must be received at the ollice of the  undersigned by September 30l.li pmx. Kaeh entry should have a'niotto  ul Inched, with the name and address of the contributor written on tin  following form and enclosed in a sealed envelope: ���������  (im: ni I li'- he-jl guidcii ruiiches in  .Vorth k'oot'-niiy with lirst-cliiss  market :���������( hand. Three milking cows,  hog-!, ii'nd 200 cliii-ki-iH go with much.  Apply early. Addi-ens miiy he obtained  nf. office of tin.- k'oori:NAv jMau..  Tliii MiKlcr M'-rliiinifa I'uro Tnr Koup licalrf  mid ^ifOiii-- (hi- -kin, while ���������ii-niiiiitlycliiiui'-iiiK  It. of Krcii-i;, oil, rii-l. cU: Invnlimlilo for 1110  clmiiicf. fiiriiiiT-i, .iporl-sincn. Krcc, ijniiiplo of  i-rfioi-il. of 'Jc. for posliiKt. All-Tl 'loili-t ooup  ('o., inniiiifiictiirtT-*, Montreal.  Enl ri/ far    1*11   A (Ittl'HttK . .  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Company, Limited  Revelstoke, B . 0. ARROWHEAD.  i' From our own Correspondent.  i The   Dominion,   Day,   celebrations  Biaving piisscdand goiicfthocoiuniittce.**  in chaige of the difl'eient sports and  jimtiseuients can  congratulate tliein-  *   selves on having scoicd  an   unquali-  ��������� Sod success.'.' ,      '       ' '���������   ���������'  ��������� ' Thc inoi'iiiiig opened .bright, .clear  -   -and hot, which was  tempered  in   the  caftcrnoon by a strong breeze down the  jjiver. ,   "  About 10 a. in. thc steamers 'TipcY"r  .nnd "Aicher"aiTived with' the  Cam-  ���������'jbournccity banil, and thc Canibournc,  ABeaton and   Comaplix  cdntiiigent  of  -visitois.     Previous   to .this  the' lirst  lien! ot the Life Boat race  had  been  ib-.\cd between'the crews from*-thc Ar-  '���������j-Dwhead 'l.nnihor  Company  and   the  Jh'io*.\liead town,.resulting  in' a  win  ,   Jor the foimer, after a close race.   The  ���������Ehildien's races were then inn off  between the railway  tracks?    This  was  ,'  .followed     by    the    1 mining     broad  jump,   hop,, step  and jump,  tossing  "the   caber   and' -putting   tbe   shots.  While "~ these      sports      were    **in-  .-progicss  the   tinin . from  Revelstoke  arrived,'    bringing 'a    fresh    install-  , aiieiit of visitois. and by the time they  were concluded .the dinner  hour ar-  '* Tivcd. aiuhthe ninny visitois hastened  1    to' the Lakeview. Arrowhead, and Union1 hotels,   or   (he   homes, of   tlieii*  friends, to enjoy the many good things  provided    ior    their    entertainment.  Shortly, after one  o'clock  the  water  spoits weie staited, which took up the  whole of the afternoon ; for the amusement afloided by the gieasy polo easily took fust place.     Each contestant-  starts, followed!!*}- a fewstaggeiy steps,  ' and final plunge into the .water, being  greeted with shouts of laughter.    Tbe  Jog birling, to which many had looked  lovwald as the <cliniax ' of   the   day's  ! spoits, did not amount, to  much,  as  the v inner had an   easy  victory over  Ahis two opponents, the fiist   oi whom  lie put in the   ivater in   about  half a  ���������minute,.and then had to face Jake, on  "ivlioin'Ariowliend had. as a matter  of  scouise pinned their faith. Alas! he failed them in their hour of need, and in  a few  brief moments hid  his  diminished head beneath the murky waters  bI the slough.  The log iace also  was  uneventful,  theie heing only two entries. Mr. 13en-  .nett. winner of the  log  birliug^.con-  test. and Mr. Juke  Bernhardt,  whose  ���������log Mas one  built   for comfort  more  than speed, consci-uently Mr. Bennett  "* came in an easy that.   The next event  ���������was tin- tub nice,   for which your eor-  lespondent   unfoitunately could not  stop, but icpoit says   that   Owing   to'  tlie gentlemen   who entered  for this  nice having omitted to   calculate  the  length of their legs a** compared  with  lhe demension-* of tho tubs they  had,  tliey weie unable to coil  away  their  - nether   limb**  in   such  a munuei^as  would keep the tubs right side up.   In  cons-ci-uence of   thi- little  hitch   tlie  nice had to be abandoned.  At S ]i. in. ii tug ot vnr  was pulled  ������oll between a team  from   the-Arrowhead mill and n "pick up'' town team,  res-lilting after a haul and   long  pull,  in a win for the Lumber Company.  About 10 p| in. thc hand adjourned  to the hull, and in a shoit time some  twenty coupli"- v.eie enjoying Ihoin-  fcUus in (-iiadiille.-) waits*, jeitey, etc.,  the music of the band boing poi feet  foi dancing, nnd of which the Clarionet, playing of Mi. Noithey was  masji-ily.    Altei ample   lel'ieslinieiit;-,  sunicd with renewed vigor,- and  up until 2 a.'m.' Tho "Moor managers  wcre-Mcssrs Chrysler and Elliott, wlfo  fulfilled their duties most efficiently.  The decorations were'very well far-  ranged nnd much admired,, especially  those of the' Union*'hotel,* which were  ariunged by Mr. J. Melrose. > The  Lakeview hotel was gracefully,- festooned with evergreen wreaths and  red. white and-bluo bunting, interspersed - with. 'Chinese, lantern's.  Mes-rs Ried & Young's store, Canada'- Hag and'small Hags; Gus BarbcrV  billiard saloon, red, white and bin?  bunting and evergreens; Union hotel,  red,"\vhitoyind'blue, evergreens and  flags; II. Iv. Livhigstbn's stoic,' red,  white and blue, Hags and cvci green's.  The Cambou'rnc city band played  continuously during thc day and it is  needless to,say that their playing was  thoroughly appreciated.- -.  .. Messrs Li. Armstrong, J. Farmer," J.  Kennedy, II? Iv. Livingston and Ceo.'  Newman assisted by other committee  men, worked hard all day.  -r.vr-XTS AND wixj-i'ks.    ,      i *  I J I (      ��������� IX      ,  i Kim ning broad jump���������1st \V.  Blair  2nd, J. A. McDonald.1? *      '     ,     "     '  Hop, step ' and   jump���������1st, < A.   B.  Hogg, 2nd. M. B. Wright:  ���������   Tossing  the Caber���������1st,  Williams,  2nd J. A. McDonald...,  " Putting Shot���������Lst J. A. McDonald,  2nd MandersA  ' Tilting Tournament���������Lst Boyd and  Hogg.  Swimming���������lst II.' Williams,  2nd  Edwauls.  Log birling���������lst Bennett.  Log race���������lst Bennett, 2nd J. Bernhardt.  Greasy pole���������1st Bernhardt.  Ladies single Sculls���������lst Mrs., Fyfc,  2nd Miss Johnson.  Canoe race���������lst Bennett and Blair.  Lite Boat race���������Arrowhead Lumber  Company crew. - .  Single.Sculls���������1st J. Fyfo, 2nd Edwards. ������  Boy's singles���������./. Pitblado,   2nd   M.  dook.  Big boy's iace���������lst C. Kennedy.  Small boy's race���������D.  Lyonnais. ,  Little boy's race���������lst  I). Cibson.  Big girl's race���������1st Kf Ludgate.  * Small girl's   race���������A.   Ludgate,   M.  Barber, (tie.)  Little girl's race���������lst Stella Lyonnais.  Thc Ladies Aid Society of thc Prco-  hyterian church held a booth for the  sale of lefieshments at the winnm.'  post and added con.-iderablc to their  funds.  A meeting of thc residents, hou-c-  holders and other' was held on Tuesday evening,   t<i elect a representative  to replace Mr. l'itbliido whoso term of  ollice had expired, also a   member  in  t.ie place of Mr. l.yoiiiiais,"who icsign-  cd.   .The icMilt wn.- Mr.  Pitblado  ic-  elcctcd, aiul Mr. XV.   IL   Heid, -in   the  *. r. ,, '  place of#Mr. Lyonnais.  ,\ meeting of the Liberal   Conservative's of-Ariowhead will bo hold on this  had   tnkciic  an   involuntary  bsilli. . t .    .  ,       / ' .'.  The l!ov. JIr.\ I-"letcher,y of- Los  Angeles, California, held' church of  Kiiglniid sci'yice in.the' hull on Sunday 'mornin-j, and "informed  the, con  gregatioif  that,' duiinj.  mi'inth-), services would  th'e summer  be, held -'each  (Thursday) evening at' the  Lakeview ..Sunday morning in the hull, by either  hotol.'for  the  purpose of organizing   the Kcv.-jr*-. Solly or hin-self.  the party and forniing-an  association. ���������      ,   '      ,   -���������'���������������������������������������������      r   *    .  Ciiesoi '��������� lIiiokriifc'l'Muskr.it f" were ' The can iii gc at the Canadian Tim-  heard on Wednesday afternoon, and a','her and Savvinills'Co's new mill at  rush made for guns. , It'was a -false Trout Luke broke away Inst .weck'and  alarm,   Mr. l-'rascr,   in (crossing., the   t������'.3 l1101' "'ere injured. v  IMPERIAL' BANK.-.OF CANADA  Capilal Authorized, ?I,UUi,������1'.uOii.ii:i1 l'iiid l>, 5! ICKtO.   Ho-t, ������,1K0,CC0.  'lle.i'd Oflice," Toiio.N'io, OvrAiiio.i    ���������   ���������    ,������  l)mnclioa in Uie Sortlivvebt'Ter'rilorie-, Miiiiltol.n, Ontario nnd ������"<>{>������������*  And   lhe fiillowinp pmi.u in   llrili-.1i   Coluinbin:    Craubrool, bolciui,  NoUon, Re* eUt'-U. Trout Luke. Vancouver and ^ letoria.  'T'K  Miiiiii'it Picident. D. it. A\ u.i.n*, Vice-President ni.d General M-iiingor.  1. ll  M1 "���������"J h\^, aJ"=" u<:Gei ui.il Mnniiper.  . W. Moki-at, Cliiof Tn-peetor.  -A Cciieral BankingBusiness Transacted'  -Eci>o=its Hccoived and Interest Allowed. . ^  Revelstoke Branch, B. C.  , ,  .Suviiigs Department-  a       i -. -     - sx  7 '  JlrafU so'ld'nvniliiblo in .ill part, of Canada. United ritates and Europe     '  ���������J^Spcoijil. .ilte^ijwii������*At*ji\o^co������cttitus,.^} ��������� ^Ar���������^Jo..-,-:i:.3������.S1-.,lI-"1ks*"',",,"!B,0r1  DR*  J>  Greatest Aid io Cookery  With least labor and trouble it  hot-breads, biscuit and cake of  flavor,   light,  sweet,  appetizing  n   assuredly digestible and wholesome  makes  finest  and  7U������������etL  _r     #_    id MteZv  &4uct Ced/d <J2A6.  /     "v' /  tpirco 'rvt// //LAsr  Are. the best that can-be bought.;  .     - * - -       -        . .    ,  Don't experiment with other and inferior'brands.'  *V. ;      ; TJSE1   EIDIDTZ-^S _    \  HOTEL fLARDEAU  ��������� '-    '   ���������  COMAPLIX - .   '���������  ft.- * ���������������  ���������*----���������*������������������*���������--. ,-  * ,    .*.   '���������    .      <$,_  \$? '  *  <���������  *",       ������w>-  ^  The Best House in Town.   A    Well FurnishedC -    'Good-Table &,  f    'Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept iiPStock.^ %  *������. "   *       '      ������     **- '   "' .   " '    -  "   '   A'       X  f " o      ��������� .-W. HAMILTON; Proprietor. / ^  '&  ($>  REVELSTOKE, R C.  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS. ' *  Newly .'built. '   First-class in every respect. ���������. All modern conveniences.  ���������--s;is. .   - Large, Sample Rooms.   .  .���������.���������"---'.. Rates $1.60 per''Day,     .      ''  Special-Weekly Rates.      '  ' f  Queen's Hoteli Trout   Lake, under/same   management.  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ,f     -    ably furnished with the choicest the market    ,  .   ���������   affords.      Best   Wines,  Liquors,'& Cigars'.       a  Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate. . '   '    V~  J.    -AEBEET      STONE,      JPIZOJEr  UEBNS HOTEL  COMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG,      -      - Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors-and Cigars.  Travellers to Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this Hotel.  Camborne Hotel  The best Dollar u Buy House  in the town.  DAVE ORK, Pioprietor.  Bi--,t  Hi-iiiiilfe of Wine!  nnd Cigars.  Spirits-  'GOOD HEALTH" is priceless.  i  Adulterated teas its enemy.  it  Ceylon  Tea  is  your  safeguard,  being* absolutely pure.  Sold only in sealed lead packets.     By all Grocers.  .L���������,-- ���������-��������� ...    (_,      .     1U '   "  THE.KOOTENAY MAIL.:  i-  SPORTS.  Baseball.'    , '  A.largo crowd f-aw one of tho lirst  giiniei (his. mciisini, between Clolden  and Kevclbto'kc, on .July 2nd, n't lhe  _ l'ecreiil'ion ground--. The garni- was n  cIohc one from ,-liii't to finish! Clolden  got two 1'iiiiu in 2nd 'innings- ,011 wild  throws, find one  in   the  7th.    Kevcl-  ' stoke scored one in -Kb,' und. from  that on to Mm. oiAltli it'looki-d -like  a  , win for Golden, but the home team  got their cyc.s on the'hull and innde  hit.*.1 which netted them foui" i-uhk,  nnd won the game. ' (  The U'liin improved _ very  much   hy  (heir gitimj ul JCninlodp*-, and it  ih  to  ��������� lie hoped they will keep up the good  work.       . '���������        ,  U-jvuNtuki*,   , t   '  I'mlilen.,  Hnnii ' *������������������ ������������������ ������������������-"���������    '.'...I'm  Coiner , P    IjivliiKstmi  '11. l'iil(,lciv. 3rd Im.������...   I'llllllli  \V. Ciililiir -ml liii-o...  ,,, All-ins  AlrirKim.'. r. Held..;,  .'.' Ullock  Knnltoii I-t- l-.'i������o....   Siiit'lnlr  jftlnlre .'.'. centre   ���������' (illllll  Homy ' *������������������ "������������������������������������( ���������������������������   WimkIs  JUcGoe ' .1. "'-I''   .;.. ..(Jnciiriinu  ���������    r            ���������'           llniloy UuiiiIio.'  HcioMi-lo .'.. . (loUlcii 3.   ,  f    -"The C.'oIden'U-ani wore;   treated to a  .smoker, given hy'the, home  teiim,  at  the. Central Hotel, on Snt'iirdiiy night.  "A   ple:i<-.mt   time  was spent,- und  a  good iirogi'iiniwu'-j "given  by   members  'of.both renins "und   local   talent.     In  answer toiu-t ut^o CJoklcn,   Mr. 0.   0  ,11 on responded.    He was more  than  pleased  by   the  way  tliey  had' been  - treated hero.  ,. -      ���������-**-<>,'  ' lievelstoke will play at Golden on  August l������(.li and Kith. The team are  "licgiii'iiing hard .practice. The team ia  weak in pitching bur. every' cllor't is  being ii'iudo tn overcome this defect.  ICa in loops defeated "Revelstoke"'at  .K-iinlonps on July lst,"'by score 30 to  VA. Consideiing lack of piaeticc and  first time together thc local team put  up a good game. The'game was called end of six innings to enable the  team io catch train. Joe. McCum  '���������officiated as umpire.  Following were the playeis :���������  Hovels-toko  '  Kamloops ���������  Henry....'   ..'..' p.. .'    -...ttoif-or  D. Cm Icier   ....r....c'.:.. r. .       Rnrns  Jones *...  ....... i ii   ..:.....������... Huiil  W. (J.iklor ...   ���������> b    Ciinipl)ell  Moir..'.'.    ali . ;....  . . ..'.McDtmuUl  Fer<.'ii-on.. . .    i-1    W.-U-or  Mc3Doiiiilcl...:  ...*. .'.c r    'IVMimn   Hlllir  1 II        -  Football.  IV  lievelstoke football team defented  Trout Lake on .Inly lsl, by score ."> to  nil. Both teams put up a good article of ball but the locals were -superior in combination work. For visitors  bell did good work in goal, while  Feciioy", Hugh and Allan made good  ioi* locals.  Line-up as follows :���������  RcMiUiokc Trout Late  Ho-lR-on  ... Goal Bell  Jtnrlc-s     t-iool.li.un...  can bo siiniiiiarii'.ed'in ii few words. A  valuable heritage lias been thrown  away. The prospector���������and by this  term I mean thc real prospector, the  legitimate follower o'f a well defined  culling���������is olVered u title valueless to  a poor mail, owing to the legal com-  iiliciitions which tire bound to .result.  Capital will not speculate in lawsuits���������  nt all events not the capital wo want  in legitimate enterprises. , The'result  can easily be foreseen. Jt meunsdis-  iister and chaos in the Flathead district, im-leud of development with its  re-lilting prosperity to thc people,  revenue, .Id thc province,-and relief  from lhe almost, intolerable burden of  tiiNiition under which the taxpayer is,  now Maggering^   '      : '       ���������*  " As far hack lis IS',).') ei'ial was discovered in the ��������� Klfttlioud valley. Tlio  men who made the discovery wen- refused licenses on the false or mistaken  plea I hut the surface rights being under reserve the coal was also .under  reserve. One would expect that it  parental .government would, iiow,  when .dealing with the i-ucstion, 'make  nn elVort to right Hiat wrong. But  no; the.se men were unfortunate  enough to be real prospectors, and for  sucluthcre is iii the contemplation of  the present government, us well' us of  past governments, no room  .in   Block  mn.     '       ���������    -���������      i-   '   ���������  ,  " Later, still othe'r prospectors made  locations. ' My every known principle  of justice these men should have obtained recognition loiig"ngo'; but no,'  they were wet-nursed on promises until, their locations were .blanketcd'ovcr  with claims staked by foreigners in,  the borrowed-'iamcs, of all* sorts and  conditions of men and' women who  never saw and never will sec the lunds  staked   in'their names.  "Ib may well be said in, connection  with this ordor-in-coiincil that history  repeats itself. What was given away  in September, 1000, by an ordcr-in-  councif, i������ which thc then minister of  mines concurred/and won back after  n costly struggle, is-'again,, in June,  1001. given away by" an order-in-coun-  cil passed by a government -.of which  that minister of mines' is now head.  Thc pVesent iministers cannot ^ even  claim that they.bungled patriotically.  Their doubtiul-giits arc not even- for  our own'pcoplo."   *       - - i   ��������� ,  Ainiaim   L.\OIl������   Feciies   *A'iUon (capt)..  Allan   Iluirli   .Mcliac.'   W. Sin)tlio    ....Hack    Half Hack...  ..L..iiL'-tair   K.nley  . Hiccin^'in  ..." Wilkie   " Cummin-(capl-)  Forward W<K>d-  .,.." ('r.uvforil  .'*. .   ' .... Thoma*  .-*    Barber  ....'* Bel!  THE COAL AND  OIL SCANDAL  McBride    Government   Policy  Reviewed by J. A. Mac-  donald.  J. A M.iedon.ild. the Hher.il leader  in the provincial house. evpre-.=e.- hi-  opinion oi thc manner nf dealinc with  the co.il and nil land- by th**- MeBrid--  government a- follow- :������������������- I do not  think I am puttim.' it tnn it.'tiiigly  when f -ay tli.it; .mother sr-rinu-* blnw  ha.- boon .-truck at pmgr-���������i in thi-*  province. I doubt if the m.-t im.igin.i-  tive peinon e\i-i* di'e.imed th.it even Mr.  Mcllride am! hi- composite govc-in-  nit-nt would hit upon ii -chenie eali-ii-  lat-.d alike to rob the pin\ ince, di-rcivr  thc pro-pi cf.-,r nnd  di-gu-t capital.  '��������� Uliick -i'l'.l'.i in K.i-t Kootenay h.i-  a lurid political hi<-tmy. In .���������������������������������������������ptoiii-  bi'i- 10(H) the C.iiiiidi.in f'.icilic l.'uil-  wiii ("oinp,iiii-, under nno of itJ ,ilia--i-s  and mill the n ��������� i-lancc of Ali-firiflc,  who w.is then niiiii-iT n\ mine-, grabbed it. In lOOIl after a hard fought  battle, in which our own Smith Otn*-  ti.-and .John Oliver of Delta in-ie th'-  leading climnpinns for the pi-ivinci-,  this and iin adjacent blr,ck, containing in all 02.'i,()0() acre-, wa- rciciifd  and i(-stored to the people.  ������������������ The situation cie.itcd  by  this  or-  doi-in-coiincil���������thf-ir last not of folly���������  THE KOOTENAY  MAIL   '���������"  Forges to the Front.  We have received the welcome intimation from Printers Ink of Xew  Vork, which is to the newspaper and  "publishing bu=ines.- what Dunn's  agency i.- to commerce generally, that1  the kootk.vay M.iri. has beenn placed  on'the rank entitling it to a place in  Hnll of Honor of American newspapers. This is a distinction in Mhich  the manager of Printers Ink advises  ii** ���������- no amount of money can buy -a  place for a paper not entitled to it"'.  CO.-.ll'T.IMKXT  FROM   VICTORIA.  The secretary of the Victoria Tourist'Association writes tbe kootenay  maIX, *���������'* 1 have much plea-ure incin-  forming you that at the executive  meeting yesterday a very hearty vote  of thanks wa= passed to you for the  service you Tiaic rendered this city in  publishing in your pxcellent paper  such an attiactive wrii"-up rm Victoria.  another niOM Ko-.-r.A.vn.  J. 'A. Mai'ilorialfl, K. C, of Pa,<--laml  writf-- : "Vour paper i-> ,i cicdit t-> th'-  Interior".  BEATON.  Narrow Escape From   Drowning.  Almost .i drowning fatality took  place la-it. wfi-k. Jack West, Thos  Milligan, and five others took ,i row-  b-j.it to cro^.-1 tbe Arm for a bath.  When ti'-ar the -diore Millisj.in sat up  ���������on the '.'iinwale and tumbled into the  late, half filling the boat with water.  As Tom po?cd .n a prof������*.s-*ion.il  "ivimnicr the rest piid no attention fo  him but rowed ,i������hore and ompti'-d  the boat. When they looked for the  swimmer they .-air nothing. Then  Afilligan rose and sank. Jack West  pushed the boat out to the rescue  and just managed to catch Miliigarf-i  pants with a boat book as tie was  smkTng the third time. When .Milli-  gan was brought to thc hotel the  spark of life dickered very low, ind if  the landlord liad'nt poured 4<) hot iind  cold drinks into him in 40 min. he  would have been a gonnr.  MAKING MATCHES.  Hand Labor, and Slow MeiboiW Wben  the Inilnntry  Wm   New.  Tlie first really cfllclent lucirer'mateli  must bo put 'to the credit of Mr. John  Walker of ,Sto5kton-on-a'ees,-who In  the yenr 1827 plucod the'm on the market under the name of "Congreves," in  compliment to Sir Wllliiim Congreve,  lho inventor ������f ,tho vyir rocket. These  mutches were sold for a shilling a box,  which contnlned, besides a few'dozen  of the mutches, a little piece of folded  sandpaper, through' which each splint  of wood hud to be drawn,, before it  could be made to inlluine. .An original  tin box, stumped'with the royal arms c  and benring tho word "Congreve," is  preserved as a curiosity in ono of the  London museums. -  ,       *    ' "*.  "~'  As in the easo of all other industries,,,  this ono wns initiated by hand labor  alone. The splints of wood were no  doubt originally dipped in the igniting  'composition,,one by cno,'but .subsequently they won?, tied up In. bundles  and dipped en bloc', the workman giving each bundle a twist with his linnds  so that tho end of ouch splint would  be free to' movo to a certain .extent  and absorb a little moro of the compound than it would If kept quite still.  The next advance was to fix the splints '  in u frame so that each1 was separated  from its neighbor, and this frame, con-,  tnliilng about 1,000 mutches, would be-  brought down on h marble, slab upon  which 'the composition was spread.  The tipped, mutches, still. in their  frame, would then be dried in,air for  a,few hours nnd afterward placed in  a heated chamber to complete .their,  desiccation. 'Manualrlnbor Is now.almost wholly dispensed with in the.  manufacture of matches. The employ;  ment of yellow phosphorus for the  charging of, mutches made 'the industry a very unhealthy one, and the  workpeople,. if, not In tho best of  healthf ran the risk of contracting a  terrible disease known'as necrosis of  the ' jawbone, the, vulgar name ,for  which was "pliossy' jaw." With improvements in manufacture this- evil  has now been eliminated.���������Chambers'.  '     '��������� YOUTH AND AGE.  ,'.               <���������     ' i  Th������ ThonKhtH Thnt Filled the Maiden  and   the Old Lady.   . ,   ,  It was 0 o'clock in the evening, the  night of tho great dance in the assem'-  bly room.        . ,'���������"'' i  '.'She-was almost ready. A few final  touches, a little readjustment bel'oue  the mirror, 'and then, beautiful, and  stately, she stepped out Into the hall  and slowly,descended the'stairs.    \  She was. very young, but her calm,  -serious'face, her ease and perfect poise  ���������and  other. certain   little   gestures   of  surety- in   herself --indicated  that ,slio������  -was. not. new at the business of the  evening. ��������� Somehow there was a. touch  of sadness to her face. * ���������       "���������  As she passed down tho stairs she  paused in front of the library, with hei  party wrap over her arm. In.the library, her face half shaded from'_the  evening lamp, sat an old woman. Her  silver hair was smoothed back from a  forehead that time had. not spared  from wrinkles. -c'  She looked up from the book she was  reading with a bright smile. '  "Off again, my dear?" she said.  "Yes, grandma. It's another dance.  I had to go.   But it's so tiresome."   ���������  She sat down wearily and gazed for  a moment absently into the'flickering  fire on tlie hearth. There wns a .brief  silence; then 3ie old woman spoke:   -  ".My dear, you do not seem yourself  tonight.^ Of what are you thinking?"  Her granddaughter looked up.  ' "Of the past." she said, with a sigh.  And  then  she said  as she rose and  gathered up-her wraps:  "Cut, granny, you seem unusually  cheerful tonight. Of what, pray, are  you thinking?"  And ihe old woman replied. "My  dear, I was thinking of- the future."���������  Twentieth Century Home. '  11 Iff anil  Little   Jloat.  A little boy was taken down to tho  harbor by his father, where he saw,  for the first time, a large steamer  t'owed by a putting, whistling, little  tug, with an immense Iiaw.s-or connoct-  inc the two. "Oh, pap.i, papa!1' he  shouted in excitement. "See! The big  boat has the little one by the tall, and  he's a-squealing."  Tln>   Fri-Knl   Snail.  Th������ fnic.ll snail..-with forecast ot r������pose.  Carrlos  his  houso with   him   where'er ho  l;nr������.q;  P-cpi o-it, an<l U th^re cornea a show-r of  rain  Rclrrfiti to his small domicile a(?nin.  Touch l,nt a tip of him, .i horn���������'lia well���������  He curls up In his winct'iirj" slid!.  ire'-< his own landlord. hi������ own tenant;  ."l.'.V  IV-niT ni ho win   he dr-*arN no luarter ilny.  Hlmi. if  his  l.o'ird-i and   1o.!ki-s;  both  In-  Ar.il f--i-.t-* hims-if; ������l-';,i wiih hlmHMf o'  ���������llt-hti*  JI<- sp.ir'S tne upnoii(������r'r tro-jWe to pro-  I -*ur������      .  ' ^hatt'!--- him.-'lf i-" hl������ o7.n furniture  . Aid hl������ -ol<* riches    IVnpr'.s'je'T h-j ronrn,  j  Knork  wh������-n you  will,  Jv's suri to !>'��������� al  j horr.ti.  I ��������� Or-rlm Ijirr.h.  ymlip-r'n   JU'ivuril.  "Why don't yni go to work and r-nrn  monf-y ns I did nt your use's"  "Sly dear father." said the cornpln-  cent youth, "if I wore to go ah'-nd nnd  work, what would be tlio use of your  having done so?"���������Washington Star.  Jlint  n.   Hint.  Mr. Slomnn���������It'H so strange that wo  hnve no national (lower. Wo rci-tnhily  should have one. Miss Wnlto (Hi^nlli-  caritly)���������Yps; I think the orange l>loi-  soru    would    be    nice.���������Phlliid'-lphln  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA.  ,    .       .^ - ���������        ��������� '. '���������"' . ���������  Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth Annual General Meeting of  the Shareholders, Held at the Banking House of ,   A  the Institution in Toronto, on Wednesday,  June 15th, 1904.        ���������������,,',/  The twenty-ninth Anniial Meeting of tlie Imperial 'Bank,of Canada was  held in pursiiuiici* of ihe terms of the Clnu'tei-���������tit the Buiikinft house-of the  Institution," 15th June, 11)0-1.    '"���������''��������� ,' ,',.,' ,  -,  . Then- were present/: T. It. Merritt, [St. Catharines); D. It. ,Wilkie,-Win.  llcndiic, (lluiniltbn); Win. ,Huinsiiy,0 of, Rowland, Stow, Scotland; Blias  Rogeis, JiiinuR ICorr Oblioriu-, Chiu-lus Cockshutt, J. L. Blaikie, Ai-chibuld  Koulils,- It. IT. 'iVinple, W. W. Vickers, Lyiulliurst Ogdisn, D.ivid Smith  David Kidd, (riiunilton); C. Al I'ipon, Anson .Tones, "Alfred Hoskin; Miss, II.  M. Itobinsoiv'IInri'y Vic;con, Udwaril Arclier, Alexander, Nairn, Itov. 'I. W.  Pati-i'son, Tanies Uicknell, A. W. Auslin, It. N. Goocli, 'Hbbert,'Thompson,  Alhei't Thompson, XV. Gibson Cassels, J. XV. Beaty, Pclc'g, llowlanil,', W. C.  Orowther.'V. II.'K. HuWhehon, Edwurdfllay, .1. .T.'Foy.'-K.' 0., WJ T.'Jeii-  uings, 0. V. rticc.'C, llollnnd, Clurksoi'i Jones, David Spry, Alexander Laird.  Hairy Sint'/i'-l, C. C, Diilton,' ltiilpb'lv. Burgess, J. Gordon Jones, Ira .Stiindisli,  II. AI. Pcllalt,, K. A.,H(ilpb, II. \V. Mickie, \V. H/OuwUii-ii^O. ll."Stu'nley  Ohirke.'A. A. McKiill,'(Hi')lt.on)i I'l'of. Andrew Smith,' F. H. 0: V. S��������� J. IV.  FaIiiAh'.G. 0.'Thomson, etc.'1    '.A A, ' ' i-      ,-       '���������(  X'" The* chait   wns   taken  'hy'lhc   Presidi-nt,'.Mr.   T.1 11.  Merritt, and the  ���������Ass.istiintGei������ii'ml Muiiagei'/Mi'. K. ifuy' was ti-iiucsted toact us Secretary.'  -   Moved by Mr. Thos. Wiiliiisli-y. si-coiuleil by'Mr.'-W. W,.,.Vickei's.    .  ,     That Mr. iJyiiilhiirst Ogden, Mr. It. II. Teniph; und Mr.,W. Gibson Oassuls  lie anil are hereby appointed scrutineers.���������Ciiriicd.    , ,      "���������.. ���������  'The Gi-ni-rarAlanagi'i', at'the request of the (Jhiiii'miiii.'reail tlie report of  tlie directors nnd the -.tiiteniont ofall'uii's. .    .'  ^ TIIK.REPORT'  . The directors lu-g to submit, to tin* sharelioldei'stlieii'Tiveiity-ninth Annual  Ui-port und' Biihnice Sheet of Un- air.iirs bf tlie' B.ink as on 31st May 1901,' to-  gctliiM- with u statement giviiig,tlie result of the operations for the year which  i-iidi'd that day. .,   ' ���������    , ..  ��������� y    ,     ��������� -,        '      ��������� f  i  Out'of the Nut Profits of tiie year and balance of Profit and-Loss-Account  cnii-ii-d forward, and after making full provision for all bad and doubtful  di-lits, and for tint authorized contributions'to the Pension and Guarantee  lunds :^ -, ,      ,, l* '   '  * < (u.)   Dividends4 have been paid at tlic-r.iti* of, 10 per "cent, per annum  amounting "to $20i),'lOI.OI.. .  "     -     ,'-''������'/'-'.��������� , f  - fl>.)    Bank Premises Account'has been ci edited with $25,000.. *  i . -       t        .'  (c.) -Hi-st Account has been increased by $200,000.^     ,. . .    '  _  '  (d.)    Carried forward to I'rofit and Loss Account, $l-IO,030;50. '      " -  Tin- prumiiim received upon New Capital Stock, amounting to ijiltf.flSS, bus  heen added to Rest Account, making that account lji2,SjO,000. equal to 9.) per  cenU.of the Paid Up Capil.nl.-    -. - .'    '   -\\ -J  .     'PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT.       ,  SBLKIRK T.ODGB, NO. 12,1. O. O. P.'   .  McotB every TucmToy/  ovcuinK ' In Sclkirit  Hnll at 8 o'clock^.  iViBltiiiK brethren oor>-  dlally invited to ab-  tond.  Hi. K. ADAIR, N.G. .        J. MATHfB.Sttcr  ,   I i  Kootonay Lodgs  ,*. No. 16 A.F. Be A.������-  . - j     /  The regular meetings*  uro hold In the Mna-;  onio Tomplo,' Od<l-  KellowH Hnll, on th*  third .Monday i������  each inoiilti nfc8p.m.  ViHitini? brotliren ,,  cordially, welcomed  IC. A. PIlOOUNIKn,|SKC������KWiiv.    ,  To Trappers  ' ���������/    i_-  J' .'   i:'jj  Raw Purs,, Bought  ��������� Cash Prices Paid  F.   B.   WELLSj  IS t -  Exporter,of Furs:  .  '��������� .     l ' . '.  Dividend No. .37.        ' ,   "   P..  .) iierccnL paid       * *   (  1st of  December. 1M3.' Sll!),12(i 00 '  Dividend No. .iS.  , j per cent, pny-  iitilc lst  .Time, ' ' (  I-IOI  '. S1I!1,7IIS 01  *'    ��������� S2!������),l!ll 01  Ti-.uisferi-ed lo Host Aucoiint21.'l,(i3S 00  Written   off bank  prcmNcs     .-  mid ruriiiUire account - 2J0O0 00  llalnncu   on   ;,r'fnilnl   .���������.Lrrifrl  foi-waid '....P. ito.eoo a;  ?I!78.1S8 fiO -  It.'ilnncc'at credit,of account      .        ,.  -   31-.li,.May.    11KI3,  ,bi*oii|;bt.'   ��������� .    ,  -ffoi-ward... A.?....'... StfiO.DSfi 2S   _���������  l'reinium received on_NTow iK_, ,   .  C.ipil.il Slock A., f lii.OSS 00  ,  Proilt.-, for the ~ your ended       ,,  '      -  :)ls.t -Jhiy,   lOOt. after do; '      y  diiclliiK elmr^es of man- -     -       -,'  iiKciucnt and interest due  deiiosilois, and'nl'tcr mak-      -������-  iiiB full provision" for all  . ' b.ul and   doubtful   debts '   "  , and for rebate on bilK'uii-        ".'���������-       '  dor discount '.    .>0|;1I1 :I2  .-,  ?078,I8S (10.  '        REST ACCOUNT. '     , A    |  H.ilance at Credit of Account. 31st T,Ut, IM.i. .AA ' '....'- ?i,(i3fi,:il2 00  Transferred from Profit.and Loss Account .....' '������������������     213,638 00  Premium on New* Capital Stock S 13.K8S 00  I-'iom  Profits of'tlie jour -*    200,000 00 ;���������  0 ' i S2,8.-)O,O0O 00  Twenty-ninth Annual Balance Sheet, 31st May, 1904.  LTAHim'IES.  Notes of the ,  B a n 1- i n  ('ilculalion  Dcpoiiln not  benriiiK in*  lei-ost S l,2l7,-,72 11  Deposits  bearing in-  lerest    [in-  cludiiiK interest     nc- ,  crucd       to  date]  n.:m.\no :*s  3 >,m;,-ia no  Gold and Sil-,  ver Coin 3  Dominion Gov-  t. r n m out  notes   ASSKTS.  7IJ2.0S9 .'to  2,S(i7,:������S 00  21,811.321*19  Depo-ils by other Hanks  in Canada A         WI.SS1 3S,  ToUl   liabilities   lo   tlie  public   Capital stock  [p.iid  up|.  ite-.L  iio'ount. *>2,&i(),000 00  Dividend   No.  ���������'S      [p r. y-  a li 1 e       1st,  Juno,    10011.  j  per   cent.       II0.7IJS 01  K e b a I. c on  bills     d i -.-  counted   02..37.J 02  it a 1 ance    of  Prolil,     and  Loss    a c-  f fin i it    car-  i* ied    f o r- .  ward        I I0,OT1 M  .S21���������w7.U0 17  3,000,000 00  ��������� 3,202,!)I7 ������2  -$3,029,127 31)  Deposit    -with     Dominion  , Governmentl for security of note 'circulation   Notes of and clicnuos on  oilier banks   Hal.nice due from oilier  bank-, in Canada   Balance duo from agents  in lhe United Kingdom   Halaiiccs due from agents  in foreign countries   110,000 00  l.O.'U.OOl 20*  3i9,s;n OB  .���������17S.JJ9 21  1,291,813 Ij  $li,S2I,5!)G 31  Dominion   and  Prov.   Gov-  eminent' s o-  e ll r i t i e s   $1,037,31'* S2  Canadian Municipal    seeur.  , 11 i e s    and-        ,  Jl r i I, i s b   or  l-'oi cign      or \  C'oloniiil  pub-  1 i c -, c e u r i-  Li e -. o t h e r\  than   C a n a-  di.iu     I,l9.l,:������.t SI  Railway    and  oilier   lioiid.--.  Do bouliiick, -  a n d Stocks.. -. I,.*i72,313 73  Call anil Slim L Loans on  Slocks iiml Itonds in  Canada   1,122,982 11  2,012,730 OS  l'!|i,iliil.li!'i 09  Oilier Current Loans, Discounts and Advances....  Oveuluc debts |loss provided for]   lte.il l-Male lothcr I linn  bank preiiiisesl   .Morlgngc-, on Ileal Kslala  ���������.olil by Lliu h.ink   liauk piemiras. including  safes, raully and olllee  fiiruiliiie, at. Head Ollice  an'd Ilianclics   iJlher assets, not. included  under foregoing beads...  .fi.-l,.-37,32S SO  10,12.1,1(32 09  12,301 91  *j.j,a;i to  92.3SS 13  G.'!9,033 79  11,112 32  Best Milken-Town-  T wiint'nioi'C customers for milk.  Kebidcnts in WnnrU.prcferreil for  convenience ot delivery.   >���������  Tlie Cleanest Dairy in the City  ir  The 'Government   Inspector'also-  '   'certifies I "have the richest milk'  ,   in-tlic city.  'i ' .  e:\ra.bouchese,.    .  Douglas Street,'  "-'   .,  -    Jtevelstoke,,  THIS IS NOT EGOTISM.'..  r , o     -'      '  _We believe .we. know   om-. business.-  Out-  business is to  help you do your,  business.   We supply up-to-date business 'means   and ' methods,���������money-  saving devices and bow to use them.'1  TUNG WELL LOOSE-LB Al!1  LUDGKIt. ,  Loose' Leaf   Files and l>d-r*M's 'wth -  filings specially ruled, printed, perforated and  punched to suit any style of  binder, '  * '  ���������     '     TENGWKLL TllANSKHIl KILE.  Kootenay Mail Publishing Co. Limited  REVELSTOKE,, B. C.   '     ;'  NO BBTTBB BBEAD  In town than that'made  at  Smith's  Bakery, and       ���������  Cakes of Every Kind,    -  Agents for .the Celebrated  MONSOON TEAS.  M. A.SMITHS CO.,  McKcnzie Avenue, Revelstoke.  J. Guy Barber  r   -w^JEWELRY  WATCHES  and a  complete line  of the  GENUINE  S:W,-(W,������I7 09  1). 11. WILKIE, General Manager. ,  The iisnnl millions ivere submitted and c.irrii-ii imiiiiimoiisly.  'I'll*. .Sc-rutiii'-i'i's appointed at the meeting  reported  tin- following gentle-  iikti duly el'jct'-fl lliii-ctors fm-  the  ensuing yi-.ir,   v\/..,  T.   It.   Arernlt, D. It  Wilkie. "Win. Ft.niis>.iy,   Robt.  J.ilTr.iy,   ICIias Rogers,   Wm.   irendric, .7,lines  I-Tcrr Oshfiine, t'li.u-li-s (JocKshiit t.  Al  a >.iibii-i|ii(>itt, Mi-eting of the Directors. Mr. T. It, Merritt was  elected  President, nnd Mr. I). It. Wilki-: Vice-J're-.irlent for thv. ensuing year.     tA ,.  l������y order of llu-I'liaul. ���������'*.    -'  I). II. WILfCIE, General Manager. /LI-  Toronto, .June lOth, IWJI.  "1847  Rogers Bros.'*  Knives, Forks,  Spoons, etc.  Eyes cnreftilly cxninine<t mid  [properly filled to thc best f^radc  Pine        Cf%^  BLANK FORMS  Mining & Legal Purposes  Transfers, Options, Powers  of Attorney, Statutory Declarations, Proxies, etc., can  be obtained at the  ..Kootenay Mail Office.. THE KOOTJiNAV .MAIL  ,'Ai  //  Synopsis of Regulation*' for DteposalXof  BE. Minerals on Dominion Lands InJManl-  _ ' toba. tho Northwest Territories and  1 tho Yulton Territory.  -Coal.���������Coal lands.may bo-purchased nt  {10 per acre for soft coal and'fUO for anthracite. , Not more, thaji 320. acres can  bo acquired by ono Individual or com-  - -puny. -Royalty-at' the.rato.of=ten;cents  per tpn of,2,009 pounds shall bo collected  '    on the gross output.' ,   - <       . '  f>  , Quartz.���������Portions, of eightcon yoar3 and  ' over and Joint stock companies holding  . tree miner's cortillcatea may obtain entry  for a mining location. ,- '  A free miner's certillcato Is granted for  r *>no or moro years, not exceeding live, upon payment in advance. of ��������� $7.60 j per annum for an Individual,- and,from $50 to  1100 per annum for a company, according  to capital.       r  A freo minor having discovered mineral  ,    In placo, may locale a claim 1500x1600 feet  by marking out tho samo with two legal  posla,   bearing  location   notices,   ono   at  ', 4������acli ond on the lino ofJtlio lodo or vein.  Tho claim shall bo recorded within llf-  (   tecn'days If located within ten miles of a  mining  recorder's   otUco,   ono  additional  day (allowed   for   every   additional ' ten  ���������miles or fraction.    Tho fee'for recording  ������-, claim Is $5, '  -    ,    At'lcist $100 must bo expended on.tho  ,    claim each year or paid to tho mining ro-  cordcr in lieu thereof. .When $500 has been  .expended or paid, tho locator may, upon  Slaving a survey made, and upon comply-'  injr  with   other   requirements,   purchase  ���������-" * tho land at $1.00 an' acre.'' , - '  Permission may be granted by tho Minister of the Interior    to    locate   claims  ' -containing Iron and mica, also copper, in-  ' the Yukon Territory, of an area not ex-  ' ceedlng 1C0 acres::     -- ,   *   -  Tho patent for a mining location shall  1 .provi'lo for tlie payment of a'royalty of 2J per  cent ui llio Miles ul the |.ioducts uf lhe locution.  Placer Mining, Manitoba.and the N.W.  *     T.,,* .excepting    tho^ Yukon ..Territory.���������  rf Placer  raining, claims generally   aro  100  ''���������feet-square;   entry...fee,,,$5,   renewablo  ' yearly.     On   the   North   Saskatchewan  '     XUver claims for either bar or bench, the  former being.100 feet long and extending  between high and low water mark.   Tho  latter includes bar .'diggings, but extends  back to the base of the hill or,bank, but  ���������not, exceeding  1,000 ,feet.    Where  steam  power Is'used, claims 200 feet .wide-may  , bo obtained.'    .- ,. ,  . '      Dredging In  the  rivers "of "Manitoba  ,,' and the*N. W. T���������  excepting,the Yukon  ' Territory.���������A free miner,may obtain-only  two leases of live miles each for a term  , of twenty years, renewable ln^the discre-  . .tion of .the Minister of,,the Interior.,,  i     The lessee's .right is confined to the submerged beds or bars'of the river below  low water mark, and subject to the rights  '   of all persons who have,*, or.i who may re-  ���������   ceive entries, for  bar diggings or  Denoh  claims, .except   on   -the     Saskatchewan  "    TRiver,  where  the  lessee "may- dredge to  -'high water mark on each'alternate leasehold.        - ���������-   -.���������     -    -  -  < i Tlie lessee shall -have a dredge in operation within one season from the date of  ,   the lease for each!five miles, but where  a.person or company has obtained more  -   than one lease one dredge for, each fifteen . miles    or    fraction    Is    sufficient.  Rental, $10 per'annum for each mile of  river leased. --Royalty at the rato of two  and a half per centrcollected on the out-,  put after it exceeds $10,069.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory.���������Six  leases of five miles each may be granted  to, a free miner for a term of, twenty  years, also renewable.-, * "c -t. .v- ,  The -lessee's*. rlghtJLIs conflned������.to the  submerged bed or.bars,in the river below 'low water 'mark; Jthat boundary to  be fixed'by its position on the.lst'day of  August in the ,year of the date of the  .* lease.. ���������--.*���������'    *��������� - .       > ���������  ���������   The lessee shall have one dredge In op  eration within two years from tho dote  of the lease, and ono dredge for each  flvo miles within six yeara from such  dator Rental, $100 per mile for- tho first  year, and $10 per mile for-each subsequent year. Royalty, samo as placer mining- -  ��������� .     ��������� -.      -��������� '  '.?'  Placer Mining In the Yukon Territory.  ���������Creak, river .gulch and hill claims shall  not exceed 250 feet in length, . measured  on tho' base line or general direction of  the creek or gulch, tho width being from  1,000 to 2,000 feet. All other placer claims  shall he 230 feci Miiiuro. -      ,  Claims aro marked by.two legal posts,  ono at each.end, bearing notices. Entry  must be obtained within ton days, If tho  claimiIs within,ten miles of mining recorder's ollice. Ono'extra day'allowed  for, each.additional ten miles or fraction.-  Tho person or company staking a claim  must hold-a free minor's certificate.     ,  The discoverer of a new mine Is entitled  to a claim of 1,000 feet In length, and If  the party consists of two, 1,500 feet altogether, on tho output of which no royalty  shall be.chargod, .the rest of tho party  ordinary claims only.  Entry fco, $10, Royalty at tho rate of  two and ono-half por cent, on the valuo  of tho gold'shipped from tho Yukon Territory to. bo paid to tho Comptroller.  ��������� No freo miner shall roeelvo a'grant of  moro than ono mining claim on euch sop-  erate river, creek or gulch, but the same  minor may hold any number of claims  by purchaso, and freo minors may work  tholr claims In partnership by filing  notice nnd paying feo of $2. A claim may  bo'abandoned, and another obtained on  tho samo crook, gulch or river, by giving  notlco and paying a feo.  '* Work must bo done on a claim ,each  yoar to the value of at least $200.  A certillcato that work has-been done  must bo obtained each year; If not, tho  claim shall bo deomed to,bo abandoned,  and-open to occupation and entry, by. a  free miner. i -  i Tho boundaries of a claim may bo defined absolutely by having a t, survey  mado and publishing notices in tho Yukon  Official Gazette. ,     -', *     ,  Petroleum.���������All unappropriated Dominion Lands In Manitoba, tlio. North-west  Territories/and within the Yukon Terii-  tory are open to prospecting for petroleum, and tho minister may reserve for  an Individual or company having machinery "on the - land to bo prospected,  an area of 640 acres. Should the prospector discover oil In paying quantities,  and. satisfactorily establish such dlocov-  ory, an area not exceeding W0,acres, Including the oil well and such othor land  >as may be determined, .will bo Bold, to  the discoverer at the--rate of $1.00-an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate as  may be specified by order-in-councll.  Department of the Interior,r Ottawa,  Febitmry, lOOl',        '     * '  ' '     ,,   JAMBS A. SMART  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  hns,household duties. Then, she neou  never complain that she has not time  for physicnl culture.      ' .' '.  Window TrnnKimrpnolen. ���������   ,  Window transparencies are much In  favor, and thev are easily- made.   Tho  glass Is first cleansed with alcohol,, after which the steel engraving; or,, half  A New Yorker who ia Doctor, LnTf-ywr.^toiie.pIcture'-which Is'to he-transferred  and Mvolaal Club President  Ono of the most unique as well as  ene of tbe busfost clubwomen in New,  fltoi-fc' city ifl'-Mrs.- Albert, Wallerstelhi  prosldent of, the Rubinstein club. Mrs.  Wcflor&t^in Is .unique because,' besides  being ail active ' clubwoman and a  member-of scores of'clu&s, she/.has  found'time to be, a .society woman  (iitJJd te.-uj&tion'to^all this has studied  U*r, Waving/graduated from tke.We-  [gnen'fl ������*������ sahool.of the class of 1890  ������P(J ftfuijd tfan������ tb punt-tie a course'In  tl*^ T9fos>������)'8 Mmdiesii college, which  b&6 catered, in 'lSKSd. Her first experl-  ainco %s'a clafc pr/csjdent was as president (If hfir class In t'h'o medical col-  Ujgo.' Being a woman of 'ample means,  ���������be took op'tiro' study of medicine,- the window pane,  puneljt far philanthropic purposes,"'be-', .. . . , ���������  Ing aitoYtedby a deslro to open a free  clinic1 for woijven and children. ?, '  '" Mrs. Wallerutcin believes' that all  , warned should study-and accomplish  Is' cleansed with a sponge. With a soft  brush apply'a pnsf e* inndcctf alum and  one, ounce ofi nltrntc-'of strontium? to  tho face of the print nnd.to the gluss.  ' Lay thc picture fuse downward and  with-a dry cloth press until every part  of the picture has adhered to the glass  and no blisters are Ie/t. .Then lay .the  itglnss awuy until perfectly dry, which  will take several hours.     ,      '    '"'  When-dry wet'the'paper and'commence rubbing it oil!. Several'wettings  may Ive necessary, hcfone/ nothing! but  the outllno of thc picture remains,', OU  , with three parts of enstof oil aiid on of  lavender mixed. -If toe thick add turpentine. Place In a transparency metal frame'and hang in the,light or,set In  The Revelstoke Navigation Co.' Ltd  i l��������� \  J    TIME TABLE  (Duriii g season bf higli water.)    ,>  Leave Eicii'r-Mii.i* Landing each  TUESDAY A'ND FRIDAY at G a. m.  \ e'-        Leave La Foktk each i '  TUESDAY AND FJtlDAY at-2 pVm.  SPECIAL TRIPS'will be made between dates of'regular sailing whenever-business oil'cicd warrants same.  -    -       '-; *_ -  '-       ' \.,  i-Tbe Company .icserve, tlie' right to  change time and days offsailing^wiUi.-  out notice.- ' "      .  A..FOKSLAND, "C. D..BACHER,    J  Master.* ,'<.<���������   '<,     'Purser'.  OOK   TO   YOUR  Students' Aid society, .Euterpe Choral  society, New- England Glee club .and  the Woman's Health Frotectlve association/ Mrsi Wallerstein is a Catholic and-a member of the Dorn family  of Worcester, Mass., one of the oldest  families In the Bay State. . .  When she was elected president of  -the Rubinstein club, which has been in  existence   seventeen   years,   she  conceived theldea of'forming a social club  PRINTING  Get good paper and workmanship by steam power  Get your Printing1 done from  e  on New Presses  No matter what class oE printing  you require wc can do it for  you  Loose leaf accounting systems a specialty  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Cov  Limited.  REVELSTOKE, B. O.  Snhstltnte For Milk.  Where milk is'iiot'to be had or thero  Is bnt little to use cornstarch muy take  Its place in pmldliigr- sauces, .white  sauce, etc., espoclnlly if -butter, and  eggsi aye used. '.Mix the cornstarch���������  two tablespoonfuls���������wlth''ajyttlo' cold  water, cook It'by-adding a.1 pint of hot  water, letting it eobk thoroughly,, then"  when n littlo cool.'beat in an egg thoroughly beaten. Return "to the flre for  a minute or t>yo, then season with salt,'  a lump of ���������butter or whatever, seasoning- you prefer ��������� chopped, parsleyt la  good.. Thia makes a-white sauce good  to serve with boiled .onloiw, warmed-  over-veal,''dried "beef or salt Gall, like  csdflsh'er finnan" huddle, or, with"-the  addition, of-sugar and "the-juice of a  lemon and lemon extract, makes a'fair-1  ly'good pudding'sauce. '   '^ ��������� 'A  ' t     MB*. "AIiBEBT 'WAI.I.EKSTEDt.    '      ���������  ���������oraething -and re-enforces her belief  by setting an example which the majority of..women/would hardly'be'able  to follow. - '  tt -  - In splto of her social and club duties and her studies she has found time  to master fourihmgua,gesiand1to con-,  Mulcting TVanhlni*" Easy. 'J  "instead of shaving soap over, my  clothes when they, are all ready in the  'boiler on wash days," says an experienced housewife/ "I make a -solution  of Eoap.and keroseiie,' which i/put'lnto  the boiler of water'when'the'latter ia  ���������hot.- I shave half a bar of soap into a  1 quart of water, add.two tablespoonfuls  of kerosene and sot on the, stove till  the whole is" blended. I'then pour the  solution -into-the-boiler-and put the  clothes in, slashing them about and up  and down for.-twentyfnilnutes, instead  of boiling them.   This method obviates  tribute frequoitly, to the1 leading magazines.1. Besides being president of the'r the^necessity^of *sMklnV7he"clo'UieB  Butrfnste;n club she is a-.member. ofu<. bol, l     ttMm ������,,     _-        ...  the   .following    organizations:   Phalo   - ���������*���������   . < -  .Woman's Press club, Daughters of the (,   ,/", w wiai Hips' ~   -     -  American Revolution, iNew *>*������** | - Many-wapen'-appeaVto" be under the  ,<Aapter; National Society of New Bng;   delugion tbVtheSe are unsightly.   -As  U.J       llTATnnn f^llaCTA       WrtTTinTVH ���������  Ollln. ...  land Women, College Woman b- club, _BWlacV scuiptors, artists * and. anato-  Minorva,-.Ncw~Contury--Study-circle,--mlatg QJ.C unanilQ6us in-crediting the  Woman's Republican club, Profession- He,,-/^^!,, 'form witu .pronbuneed  al. Woman's leogue.'-Ralny^ Day club, . wWth 'of bl ��������� wbeu really'fexcessive  Society -For .Political   Study,   Yassar" ���������,,������������������-lo nMcmt nno Tlln-V PPnsonnblv  width" is present one may,.reasonably  askthe question -whether.anytbing-can  ' be done to'lessenit.' t'The answer is:'.If  the width be occasioned^by superfluous  fat thecure is to bo found in the gymnasium, but that if the width results  from shape of the bones nothing whatever ca,n'be done.    ' *'  . Trylim Work For Tots.  Many physicians are ."down" on bead-    . . ^      .       ,   , .K ������������������,, - 'work, and they recommend mothers to  *5���������^?^^,1Sft,������i   -discourage their little daughters'ih try.  she has already secured ever 160J mem- their eyesight over beadwork.. Do  bers.    The Rubinstein club holds two    W baBtJth<?aaj when your daugh-  counclls every year and in addition  meets ��������� the second Saturday of each  month In the myrtle room- of the Waldorf-Astoria. The object of the club is  entirely musical.���������New York Globe.     '  Children's Eyes".  P.nrents, teachers and 'playmates often think children dull when nothing  ails them but nearsightedness or difficulty in hearing. Such troubles being  corrected, as in most instances they  can easily be,-the children are found  to be among the brightest In , their  classes. I knew a boy, now a brilliant  college professor, who until he was  twelve years of age his parents de-  Bpaired of . educating. They deemed  him stupid. 'One day in a' jeweler's  store, quite1" by accident, he placed a  p:iir of glasses In front of his eyes nnd  looked around. The world seemed new.  He jumped with delight. Ho had not  known how bright the sun is, how  green the grass and trees, how lovely'  the whole earth. This joy on the boy's  part was the first hint that his par-  entsf who were more than ordinarily-  intelligent, had that his trouble was  mechanical, not mental. They provided  ter must go to the oculist to have her  eyes examined for prescription glasses.  The long curriculum of lessons in modern schools, the claims of text books,  music lessons and drawing lessons,  make quite enough demand on the eyesight of a growing girl without the unnecessary claims of "fancy-work."  -    Bath  Sachet.  A French recipe for va bath sachet  calls for three pounds of bran to one  of powdered orris root, with, a pound  of starch, a pound and a half of  almond meal and twelve ounces'.of  good white soap." Five ounces may be  put in each bag, which should be made  large enough so that the mixture will  have plenty of room to swell and will  fserre only for one bath.  Staining Floors.  When staining a floor remember to  work along the grain of the wood, never across it. A good oak stain is made  by putting a couple of ounces each of  potash and pearl ash In a quart bottle  and filling it with water. Keep well  corked. Apply with an old brush, as it  mecnanicai, "��������������������������������������� ^A^C ^ will spoil a good one, nnd take care not  SinPXJ^?nwfSuoC^ ^ touch the'skin with it, for it will  to dlspTay unusual talent-Twentieth cause blisters.  Century Home.      '_-������*������7<-*,!!t!TjP"j'-.-.15-* ���������  The Clothes Closet.  In  the cloak  closet���������either  opening  Stair cilmbln*. from  ^ ha���������  or  B,tUng  room_bave  Under no circumstances bnt that ot        ^ ,qw e        h tlmt each youngster  actual   illness   or    extreme   debility   ^ ^  nnfl  bonnetS(  should stair climbing become a mutter   ^fl Jf drawers ^^ be provided for  of dread. In every other case it should  be attended by a pleasant feeling of  exhilaration. The "panting collapse"  which many women experience at the  top of a flight of stairs is duo to the  assumption of an incorrect position of  the body during the ascent and the  employment of wrong muscles for thc  work. The spine should be kept  straight, as in correct standing and  breathing poise, and movement should  come from the knees and not from tho  waist and hips. Lift the knees well,  hold the chest erect and breathe deeply as you pass from stair to stair. The  observance of these rules ought to  make the exercise ono of real benefit  Instead of a drudge, for it will be one  or the other, since stair climbing is a  dailY necessity, to. every woman who  overshoes, leggings and mittens, have  a shelf a foot from tho floor for the  first named and one two and a half  feet high for hand and neckwear.  Patntcil Walls.  To clean painted walls dissolve two  ounces of borax in two quarts of water  and add one tablespoonful of ammonia. Use half this quantity to each  bucket of water. Do not use soap.  Wash a small portion of tho paint at a  time and rub dry with clean cloths.  The Ud of a teapot should always bo  left so that the air may get in. Slip in  a piece of paper to keep it open. This  prevents mustiness. Thc same rule applies to a coffeepot.  /  !<Mo^<M<>������>������>���������;<w<o-s<w���������o���������^(;  By....  ���������Barry Preston  CopurWlil, ISUS.'bu T. C. McCluie  ���������KH^MW-O+O+OCH-O-Ha-KM-O-I-O-1-  ''It was ra"moro whimsical idea that  prompted Adam ,'Breek to swing suddenly, round in his ollice chair that  gray November day and siiy, "Throw  'in the farm nt'BuUonwood, Jimmy, for  good-measure, and we'll close tlio deal  .hero.iiuid1 now." It .was nn equally  .whiiHslwiI Idea that-scut Rreck ..up,to  Buttonwood the fallowing'June to in-  Bpetf. the fiirm; for Jimmy Cregar had.  closed'the deal then and there, and a  deed to the, place, duly drawn up nnd  recorded, had, reposed in a pigeoiiliolo  of Adam's de**i skico' November. >  Ho, had scarcely given the place a  'thought-horetofore, iuid*ns to what it  anilght be like he had not caredfn whit,  'for the dbai would have been decidedly  to his advantage even without tho  farm. r  That Juno morning,' however,  ,ln overhauling his' papers,,' he had  como across the deed, nnd, with one  of those sudd-en decisions' for 'which  ne wns famous, ho was off to Button-  .woo'd to see his' fnrni, tho deed in one  pocket, and a bunch of jingling keys  in another. "lie might sell tho. place,  ho might rent'it, ho. might'give it  away.- That was -iinniutcrliil. The  chnrm of tho affair lay in its incongruity.   He was starting out to inspect -  -a piece'of'property the ^-ery existence  , of "which he had ignored for "some  monthsA.'He chuckled.to himself as he  climbed into the,smoker of the train.,-.  That evening Adam sat on the stone  doorstep'of his Buttonwood,house. Ho  lia'd been inost happily disappointed in  thoA-place.. --The   houso   was*  aA.low'.i  [rambling,.story and a.half affair, in'an  excellent state'of. repair.   An inviting'  piazza ran along the northern side; the,  western send was 'half hidden  under  .rambler-rose bushes just coming into  t/loom, -'and n-.box ;hedge divided his  -domain, from'the road. To the'left  he could see the eo'Zy' house of'a nearby neighbor, Dr.'Thurston,'ns Breck  learned  from  the -lantern ('above' .the  .gatepost next ��������� do'or.    The  peace' and  ���������quiet of the plaoe'appealed'to him.  Sented there in the red twilight Ada-m  "MORE EDENS TO CONQUER ?"    SHE ASKED  LIGHTLY.  suddenly felt a desire to remain hereto build up the place by his own ef-  'f&rts. Sell it, rent it, give it away?  No, indeed. He would build It into  a little Eden of his own devising.  And, the mood being strong upon him,  he trudged the mile and a half to town  to telegraph for his effects.'  Early next morning Breck set to  ���������work. Wiih a pair of ancient pruning shears he had found in the shed  he was trimming the hedge, which,  somehow or other, was not tho'simple  task ho had imagined. He was awkwardly lopping off the twigs when* he  became aware some ono wns watching  him from the other sido of the fence.  Ho turned-and saw a girl looking at  him from the depths of a, sunboniiet.-  Sho wns an amazingly pretty girl, and  the laughter lurking in her eyes was  a trifle disconcerting.  "Good morning," she said.   "Are you  our new neighbor?"  * Breck doffed his hat, nnd, fishing In  his vest pocket, found a card.   Ho approached the girl.  "I am Adam," he announced, presenting the card, "and this is Eden I  am making. I fenr I'm doing it bud-  ly," ho ndded, with n deprecatory wave  toward the gouged hedge.  "Rnthor," said the girl, her eyes  sparkling. "If you like, papa will lend  you the gardener."  "Oh, no," said'Adam; "this Is to bo  an Eden of my own making. Therein  lies tlio charm."  Tliey talked of commonplace mat-  tors���������of strawberries and pansy beds  nnd tlio like. He discovered she was  Edith Thurston, the doctor's daughter.  He also discovered she was tho most  charming young woman it had been  his privilege to meet. When she turned  to the house ho watched her to the  door.  , tlire-itciii-d ti> ei'teniiin.ito rt.     ��������� ,   ,  ���������    rAfler that tliey entered Into the jol-  'llest hurt of friend-hip.  , Kver.v 'inorn-  i'.vx she called iicro*-. ihe feni.-e- "(jood  inorniiij,', .Mr. Adiiin.    What in the i.U-  Mt    hiilU'tlu   from,, KiU-ii'.'11     Wlie'ren't  . fl-un   wmi'ild   i.f-rcli  on   ll.i-   feilrn  .mil  . <  drolly relate his experiences' with the' ���������  'pruning shears or the lawn mower, or  he would set' forth  his dotihts as_to -  where the raspberry bushes bhould'be'-  .set'out.     Summer  wnxod   and   Eden  , grew. '   ��������� ' _ '   .,,  "It's   finished,"   Mlid, .Adam,   almost   ,  regretfully.    "KUenis complete as far  .  -ns,my work-goes." fr '    ,  They nut oil the stone doorstep In the-  -  ,. twilight of ii late'July tiny.    The girl  was looking pensively tit the red sky.'  '-".More Edeus to conquer?" she asked,  'lightly. ,  1     "No,'* he' said.    "I want' to complete  this one." t ' ��������� , .  [    "You said It wns tinlsh'od." she said.  ']   "I said my woik on it was tlnished,'*   '.  ho returned,   "liere is Adnm'," he went,  on, "nnd here Is Eden.   There's n discrepancy." ''A,'        '     -'   a    ���������, "  \'   "You won't have any trouble finding*  thofsei'iioiit," she observed. ' <r  I' i "Eve'camo before, the serpent,"  h������  ' said. , ' ,i  I,  "I   should-think,"   she-said:   "you'd  profit by example. ' Eve was the undoing of tlie original garden."  < '"There'll  bo no''serpent in this gar-,  den," he'said. - "I've made this 6&lely,   .  for  Eve.     Every   flower  bed   I   have ,  nfnde, every drop of paint I' have put -  on,rhns been with'tlie thought of Ere.   '  It's all for her." -    ,  - "Then you had -Eve in  mind whea ,  you came here?", she asked.-,.   ,      , <  i'Xes,\'i ho i1iiljricateil''iinblushingly.  "Oh,", she said In a queer little voice. -  "I've'always known her," he,went on, *..  "from the time I,was a child." \  -   She was silent, j , -  '-���������"I've always thought I'd make her  an Eden with my own hands. I hope '  'she'll be happy here. , Dp' you suppose- ���������  It will suit her?", he'ns'ked anxiously. '-  ��������� "It-should," she,snid. ,| - '��������� P ��������� -,y  "Does it suit her?",he'.asked, very; _  ���������gently.       -'���������",."���������.    .,       . A' v>  -She started.'   "Prny how do,I know?"1  ���������������������������-  Bhe snid'coldly.   ,'     -,"-"    "\:' '  He '-slipped  an  arm  about" her, and >*>  drew her close to him."'  ,    ," %f       ,      ,,'  "I've always known her," he'explain- '���������  ed, "but I never saw her until slie looked nt me across n fence and laughed at  me-from the'depths of n sunbonnet he^   ' '  cause I gouged the hedge. v Does ksuit  her?" he repeated. , ���������   ' ���������.'    .!  "Adam."   -There Vns a world of ten- - .  der'ness in her voice. , -1 .  "Eve," he said gently.      ,''"-"      -  '  ,  ��������� r"   v<     . "  ,     A  Hint  to   Papa.  'Twenty times.,,William ,. Archibald t ,  Stewart had" been forbidden to cross"  the trolley tracks to buy candy, and  twenty times William Archibald Stewart hn(l-dlspbeycil. Patience had ceased'to'be'a virtue with William Stewart's father. ,      -  '  "Don't, be   too   hard  on  him,"   the \y  mother pleaded.       ���������, \        .-.    ,  'But-William's father had his dander | ,  up and his rattan ready ns he summoned the culprit into his august pres- -  ence. ��������� -  1 "Willie," lie said, ;'how many- times-   -  have you been forbidden to cross the  trolley tracks to buy candy?"  William  did not answer, bnt stood   ,  with' head lowered and hands ready to  press to his eyes. r. -  ,  ',- "Don't you know It hurts papa even  more tlwn it does you to hnve to pun- -  isli his little boy? Now, suppose you  lia'd a little'boy and you had told him  .twenty times not to cross the trolley,  tracks, and suppose he disobeyed you���������  what would you do with him?" < '  WiUinm swallowed" n lump In his  throat nnd threw back his shoulders  with a visible effort.  "Papa," ho said, "I don't think L'd  like' it. But���������but I'd���������I'd try everything in this world before I'd lick my  child!"���������New York Press.  ��������� 1     >l  Mrs.' Polk-*   nnenpe.  When Polk wns a member of congress lie nnd his wife were riding in  a coach in Tennei'-eo. '  , The driver ventured into a' swollen  stream, wheie presently -tbe horses  got beyond their depth and commenced  swimming. A little moie and the  coach would have been engulfed. At  that moment a man came up the bank  on horseback and shouted to the driver  to stop.  The. danger seemed Imminent, and  Mr. Folk, who could not swim, called  out from his seat inside the conch, offering any amount of money to any one  who would save his wife. The man on  horseback seemed afraid to venture to  tho rescue, but .Mr. Granville Pillow,  who was sitting beside Mrs. Polk,  threw off bis coat, exclaiming, "I will  take you out, timilnm"'  He swam to^he bank, compelled the  man to give up his horse, mounted,  plunged into the rapid current, came  up behind the stage nnd told Mrs.  Polk to step on tlio high hind wheel  and thence upon the shoulder ot the  horse. Ho held her firmly in his arms  nud bore her safely to the bank.  The worst fonture about games la  thnt they are taken too seriously. Girls  do not play for amusement so much aa  to excel, and their pleasure becomes a  task.    Bronzed lamps, chandeliers, etc.,  should bo merely dusted with a feather brush or with a soft cloth, ns washing them will take off the bronzing.  Ku-tily  Ac*inlr*_'������l.  nyker   (rending)���������A    physiognomist    snys that men who aie impulsive and  "Eve, by Jove!" he asserted, as she j aggressive usually have black eyes,  entered. Then he returned to his j riUer���������That's right. Tliey are reason-  hfijlge. trimming  with a   vigor  which    Rkly sure to set 'em sooner or latpc.  /A I t  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  ,   " x  i',  ' '���������  >l!   "  9  If you think you  would like  to start -  TAKING  PHOTOGRAPHS  just call and sec'the variety of  KbDAKS  '    ' ; '   ' 'AND      '��������� ' ,,  .'.CAME  CANADA DRUG &  book co:  *They keep  all   the   necessary  s'upplies'and5 chemicals.  * - Call, or send a'post card for  Catalogue.    ���������  'The nomination   for school trustee curable after all, when treated in time  on Monday was a tame affair, and C.  F. Lindmiuk was elected, without  opposition to fill the'term' of J^ W.  Uennctt, who resigned. 'Mr. Lind-  mark's experience in this line will be  of value to the board, and his election  meets with the 'approval "of citizens  generally., ������ (     f        '    '   '  Jupiter-Pluvius has  refreshed   the  earth with copious showers lately.  C.ll.Dolmnge/of J[uskoka,Ont.,is in  the city to make personal enquiries as to  settling i" B. 'C. He and his friends  subscribed for several, 13.- C. papers,  and he says that the kooti:n'ay ' mail  is the best received, and gives the most  ���������nl'uablc information in regard to the  province. The purchase of the"1*, JtAir.  induced liim to make this visit in behalf of himself and friends.  If interested write tb the Diabetic  Institute, St. Dunstiui's Kill, London,  E.C.; for free information.  Social & Personal.  MAILS   CLOSE  AT REVELSTOKE P. 0.>  AT 8-15 A. M. FOR EAST &SOUTII  AT 1-10 P. M. FOR WEST  AT 8-00 P. M. FOR EAST & WEST  A     .      ,  BORN.   \ ���������  Ki:ur,r.Ti-���������At    Uarlyle, A-Vs'saA,   June  ir27tl!', to'Mr. and Mrs. J.'Kcllctt,  a  son.     "       "- "-.-'-  Business Locals.  Wheels of (all' kinds repaired and  cleaned. Agent for 10 different make's  of wheels.   XV. Smytho. -  Before purchnsinc a' new one sec  those instantaneous water heaters,  that Moscrop Bros, will have in stock  'in a few dny-3.' No stove pipe, no wood  and" no dirt.      ���������*   ''  on  -MARRIED.../'  ST.uA-r.ii-Ki-.xxY���������At " the'   Catholic  '      church, Revelstoke, ,on   Thursday,  ' *     J une SOth," by Kevf Father Thayer,  "'   .Robert   SUllcei,    to'   Mary    Ann  " Jvonny, both of Golden, J). C.  -  Tti:ic:iii.i:v-i'\IJi.r.i:ii���������On Sunday niorn-  Aoing, -nt   the   residence iof'Mr. C.  Abi.iii.ini&on,' by-   Kcv.' C. 11/" M.  .     Sublierlan'd, James IX. Rcigliley"and  .     ITattie   K. Miller were ,united ' in  m.iri-i.igc.      , .  Ckawi'oiid-Ladi.'���������At the residence of  A. Crawford, Beaton,''Wednesday,  ��������� June 28, by Rev. Mr. Johnson, of  ,; ..Arrowhead, Wm. Crawford, of Bca-  "'    ton, to'Mahel Lade,  of  Camborne.  ".. .        .1   DIED.. *> " *���������_ A  --,Paci:t���������At Sicamons,' on   July  5th,  -"���������'Charles -Francis   Paget,   aged'- 21  ye.irs, 11 months.������  Local and General.  The demand ior brick  will   soon be  "supplied iis C.' 13. Hume  &  Co.  have  commenced operations .it their  brick  yar'd. - '   '  '    The T. Eaton Co.. of Toi on to.   have  -completed the  nuichase   of   valuable  lots in Winnipeg on   which   they '-ill  ._eiect_aJai*gc,dcpArtnicnt.-il store.       '  The~Tl"u(llon's   Bay   Company   has  -had a   piospcrou*  year,  choir  profits  . being  about '$500,000.     Farm   lands  "sold by them averagcd'-rO.ld per acre.  being an advance of 10c.  over  that of  the previous year.  The city1 council met* last night,  but no business of public interest, win  transacted.- It was expected that  tenders for the water works extension  would be dealt with, but their consideration was postponed till next  Monday night.  About 150- ladies and gentlemen  responded to thc invitation of Revelstoke and Selkirk lodges I. O- O. F tc  attend an open install.it.ion of officers  on Tuesday evening. Aftei: the installation ceremony an adjournment  v.as made to thc hall where dancing  was indulged in. ft was a most enjoyable .ul'.iir  ���������Read Cf B. llunie &  Co's advt  first page,of this issue.    . .  , ,  Travellers visiting Revelstoke will  find the- best accomodation' at the  Central'Hotel, Abrahamson Bros.'  Take your wheel for repairs to XV.  A. Smythe/jack of   R.7m. Smythe's  store. - *  Delightful and /refreshing toilet,  ammonia at Canada Drug & Bodk'Co.-  Revclstokc and Trout Lake city  lots tor sale.    II. N. Coursier.  B'cws has a high grade insect   powder for Hies and mosquitoes.  ��������� Full supply 'of  bicycle fittings and  tyres at \V. A. Smyth's, behind  R. M.  Smythe's'store.        '    .   \    .  '  Tlie Yohd Bath Heater is the   best.  ti i  W. M. Lawrence.      ' ���������    ,  '.-llowson & Co. are  unloading   a car  load of furniture today./  .  -FREE to the public, rich and-poor,  fifty dollars reward to any' one suffering from rheumatism which the -Hot  _.  Springs fail'to cure.'" .For particulars  address Mrs. E. itfcDugn.il, Nakusp, B.  C. 'V-       -   -      -;  . . ���������     ���������    -.,  Bews has an "excellent Grape Juice  for hot-weather drinks.'. "   .  A full line of 'carpet  squares, rugs.  mats,  stair , carpet,   stair   pads,  -tc,  just opened up   at , John   E. Wood's  Furniture Score.  The   Vnlm   Heater boils   water  in  Miss Bryson.'of Winnipeg, is  visiting her cousin, Mrs. Dr. Cross.- ,  H. J..McCoy, of San Francisco, is  visiting F. Ov, Brown and will probably locate here. ' .-  ��������� MrAand Mrs. Crawford have returned to the city after'a honey moon trip  to the coast. - ' '  ��������� The Toronto Globe bus the habit of,  excelling nil its contemporaries, but it  lias now excelled itself in. celebrating  its sixtieth anniversary. i Last Saturday's issue contained no loss than 7(1  .pages.    Long may it -live and prosper.  Advices from Ottawii/indiciild that  Piirliiiineiif* will- adjourn 'about the  20111.' It is not yet known whether  thercwill be a dissolution and general  election this fall; although, it is not  improbable this v ill be' the case. 2s'o  time "should bo lost, in getting the'  voters" lists.into ortlcr. '   u  ,"' On Sunday ,,'morning , Rev.^ Mr.  Sutherland united Mr. James ' K.  iteighl'ey aiid .Miss H. E. Miller in  in-mnrringe. It was intended to be a  quiet'afl'air and so it'was, but this did  not hinder their many friends from  visiting them in the'evening and. extending congratulations,to the happy  couple. , -  Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Paget desire r to  express their heart felt thanks to the  order of J. 0. F. for their kind services,  to the OAR. jt and the many other  friends in ^Revelstoke andf Sicainous  for gifts of( llbwcrso and ' tokens of  sympathy in their bereavement: They  also tender their-? deep gratitude to  those who'"cndeavorcd to, save' their  son's life aiid to restore vitality.  -���������A 'if,'  Railway Time Table  Trains running East leave Revelstoke  ���������No. 00 0-25 ar m. (      No! 2 21-05 , ,���������' ���������  Tram's running West leave Revelstoke  No. 12-15 n. in. - No. 07.17..J3 a. iii.  *     _ ..' South,Branch , ;.(-  Leave Revelstoke 0-20'nl in. ��������� '  Arrive HeyeNtoke 17-10 p. m.  A,  '" Okanagan Line  Leave SicamoiW/T-yo ,*i. in.     . n-  Arrive .1S-00 p. in.   ~ ,'���������'/.  Arrive  Vernon ' 10-35 a. in. /. J   .  Leave M-SOp.'in. 'v     "    ,   A     - v     ���������  Revelstoke" School 'rBoard<  ���������i      * . ������������������      ������     *���������  - ' ���������"' Election.  NOTICE.  Iu coiisciiucnuc of Saturday, lliu 2ml ot Juls',  h.mi'U beun ilcclnreil a IokiU rlioliiUv, llio  iioiiiiniition for I lie ollice of iuIiooI ii-u^loe will  lie poiliioneil nil Moiulnj-, llio Illl of July, 1801,  ul Uio sumo linii- mid place inndvurli-iiid. Tlio  eloolion-.|if iiny! will coiixcqut-nUy,. be po������t-  liunud tillTliuiMliiy, Uie 7lli of July, 1901. or  which such election, if iiocu-is.ii')', further  notice will bo Riven. '   - ,-".'  , . ���������   C. .1. A31A.N.   .*  '-*_-. ,y      ReLiiiinnfr Oilleor.  ���������  KEBPKQOL?        .-.,.,    4  .-  A     i By putting on Screen,Doors and  Screen Windows.  ' ' -"A       i We'havc tlicm at prices  within the .reach  of all.;  ���������'     ''.   y 'Wo also have a good stock   of  Refrigerators', 'Ice,  "   ',- Cream Preezei'S���������and if you do  nptnvant to have a  , '   X hot���������kitclien use a, "Coal Oil Stove, from ijiLOO up. ��������� f  DON'T MKGET     ..: ,V, ;  \J' > /'.  y   " Wciilso'lia.v6 it first class, stock' of 'Lawn  Mowers,  ,   ' ; Crass'Shcars,'Giirdcn Hose and Sprays.  W.'JVfr LA,W,R������N.CE  -    '   ' Foil alt, Kixns OK JTaud'ware.  Get  Your  K'  of  six  C-N-  SOf  Yohq   Heater boils  half a minute.1' W. M. Lawrence.  Bews has the coolest .store arid the  best ice cream sodas in town.  For a perfect Heater sec the   Yoho.  XV. Jr. Lawrence.  Revelstoke strawberries by the crate  for -f-2.25. ' Wall Chung.  Bargain in sewing machine at  Manning's. ' " .  Visifors to Vernon on the 12th can  obtain Union Cigar Company's cigars  at the Coldstream, Victoria and  Vernon Hotels, and Gardiner's cigar  store. Vernon. These cL'.irs are the  best on the market.  " New music���������dance and .song folios  ���������Canada Drug & Book Co.  FOR S\LE���������Set ot Shakespeare,  S \olunie= bound in halt morocco,  new, :?10.00. Also History of the  World in 32 volumes *5I2(X). , Apply  box 75'!.  POLICE COURT.  * i .       * ������������������        )  On.. Wednesday ..Joseph  Glndin  Big. Bend ' \\as( committed    for  months on a. 'cliargc  of  indecent  posure. "This is"an offence  that  i  frequent ....occurence,   and 'ivuigi<-tr.yto  Gordon says that future.offenders'\\ill  'be rigorously, dealt with." '- -  '1  Constable Buse brought   down - two  prisoners from Kamloops, on Wednesday, 'who  were  taken    belorc  .Judge  Forin to- elect  as  to   whether   th'cy  wished a speedy trial or  wait the.f ordinary couise of  proccduic.   ,Onc   of  cliemA'Pa'trickl-Tenncdy, pleaded gnilty  to stealing a cheque for $r)0,  and   was  committed for one week, at the end of  which leim he will probably enter.thc  Old Man's Home.   The   other  Hairy  Ru^cl Tcckncr, will   be  tried   for an  unmentionable crime in 'three or four  weeks., '     "  A -tranger who gave his' name as  Thomas J-rcwatt, was tried for the t licit  ,of two gold filled ladies' watches, a  gold chain and a ring from'the j'ewc-  Try *tore oi A. E. Boak. He pleaded  ffuilty, Hit claimed that this was his  lirst offence, and that he was under  the inlluenco of liquor at thc time.  ft appears thiit Mr. Boak met 'him  early in the morning and that they  went into thc stoie chatting in a  friendly manner. Mr. Boak had occasion to go out   and left tlic,stu.ngi-r  OOTENAY_ MAIL EMPLOY-  MENT BUREAU.("  Owing tcrthe l.ugo number of applications we ice-five from all parts ol^  (.hi- country* fi om. persons roquii'in.u:  L-iiiployiiH-iit, and from employers  waiilinu: hi'lp,. wo have decided ' to  (j--'tal)lihh the- ��������� -  KOOTENAY M.V1 L EJlI'l.OY.MUXT IllJUKAlJ  ,A i-eL������i-.tcr will be kept, of, persons  w'liiiiiiiK.situ.itions and of llu- paiticular class ot work they seek, and also-nl  t-iiipjoyei-s requiring help,  y ,-,',  "Tlie only charge to poisons wanting  -.itnations or t,o employers wanting  help will be 50c. to cover cost, of ndvei--  li-^ing. Postage foi * replies" nfusl be  enclosed. AdverLisers should ..advise  us when, suited, inordei-th.it n-imos  may be removed troni list.J   Address*.*'.  -i    'THE KOOTENAY MAIL', ',   y  '.    '-'  '    -    REVELSTOKE, J=t. of  Spring Suit /  ;Union-Made at /; /;  '"   ;'   McKENZIB AVENUE, f-..- ,'.'   NEXT'TAYLOR BLOCK. ^ ^      '  *     ' J,("    '   Tlie only'place ,inJ-town you can get it.        -^-   .   .    "��������� ,  WAITED''  OUR NEW1  Wall Papers  Am; Oi-r.N' I'ou Vouit Inspkcitox. ,,  L. - ^ **  17UOM   ltioli>Coli>riiiKS  in   Ilall   and - *  t      ItdOin Do=i-,'n*. to  D.unly Cliuniiiei-    ,  i:ileots   our .Slock   .md  I'rieos should y  meet, the.most o-ciiclniK i-oqiuronionls,.     ,  JR, Howsoh & Co.,  Furniture Dealers .Picture Framing.  Undertakers & Embalmors.  WANTED���������Position   as   General  SERVANT,,can do plain cooking. A Apply: Mail-Ollii'i'..  ANTED���������A large liie-pioof safe,  nay    I"  "Company, Revelstoke  yV'*"���������Kootenay   "iMaii* Publishing  Neatly and:  :fhe; Koptenay  .Expeditiously *���������������������������  ;������������������.'  ���������  Exeaited-at   Mail Office.1  ANTED���������A POSITION as Cook,'  st-keeper.  Lamb, Box 115,  W   - .. , . ,  Addn-ss: Virginia.- .1  Oi-os'-lield. N. W. T  ���������i II ING LE M EN     AVANTED-To  make Shingles bv day or by con-  Liacl.     Canadian    Tiinhei-   and -Saw  Mills. Limited, Tiout" Lake Oily.  s1  They am Fipe Proof!  ���������'    BABBIT YOUR BEARINGS WITH' ,  CANADA METAL GO'S. Babbitt  NOTICE.  alori** fm* a few minute-,   and,  oi,   ic  Bargains   in  shirt   waist?  at   C. B. | lw].njM  Hume it Co's. '  Lit���������t ihiii-.  nit plate,  : in -ouvenir*;  Tlie\ .u e the  col-j  luP.ni-ii- tliey   .in    -i--*.-.-   of  l������-.uit'u'til -p')t- in .indaiiniiiil  Tli������ >   aie   phot-i'-'Mpli'd   "ll  .md   v.]  r.uuibi-i  lllll-t  the city  r-i-lluloid  ill   nrtt   fade.     Only   i   limit- d  -t'ick,  nunc -  coriii' .iIoiil' -iKin  liood in  Then  HKE on; WINDOW.  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  ,1. A. Iii IKIIW.  i    True-man'.- .-tudio will  be  open   for  one week ,from   Wednesday thc Kith  i. -  in������t.  j    A shipment of Gadbury'.- Chocolat*.-.-  i in fancy bovc- jn-t arrived  from Kng-  \ land, at Manning'-.  i     John   K.   Wood    has   two  car-i of  I fui-nituve   due. which   ho  hope** to Lo  iunlunding in  ,i few   days.      He   ha--  jcompletid iii- now show room,   which  1 lo -k-> lund,ome.    Kindly rcerve your , ,.,,  , i  orders.  Cidbnry"- Chocolate in > f.un'j  b*-\*e, fiom "ic. to i'A 00 at    .Mannin-.' -  R.ny.uii-- in .--iiirt W.li-t-. (' I-  IFiiiii-- .ind Co  Mr. J. Mol'hnil has --t.irtefl n n* *-  d.iirv and -,'iia ran tees thc *iii.ilitv oi  the milk --old by mm.  5'iano to rent, apply  In-tir.ince \gcncy. "     t     J  One of tho mr,-t u-f fill rn-.titurii.-i- j  (,f today pn-mi-'- t" b- Th- Dial- ti*-|  in-titut^ of London, e-t.ibli-.li-d ior  ������eieii!i!i(' i*-e.ii''b into tho origin,  ,;,iu-e niul tieitinciit "f Dial-'K*' -'"���������'  the -icond.ny -jioptorn- gout, i-h* -i-  rii.ili-m, p.'irbimclo-. clc. Hardly anv  di-c,i-i i--ol'ltle 11rul'-i-tiifi'l, and a'  th< -nine time-o in-idioji-i and da ni'er-  oii- :i , lli,ib- t"-. uliifii, iiPf-oiiling lo  the    lii"b''st    modem    iiuthoritie-,    i-  2, observed nothing iv runt?. After  th*- .-tranuei hndh'tt howevei, hefmis-  -.d the w.itclie- napicd, and forthwith  put tii- matter n.to tin- hanOs of  Chief i;.iin. who -Oon placed the pii.1--  onei in ci-tody. and .-ecuied the mis-  ������������������ini; j>rop"ity. He had -riven one of  tlie Miitfhc- to a voiing man on a  piomi-c ti-pay him if">- and tb' ���������'tber  h* -old to Mi.-*. Kob-j-ii'li'-'; for $���������> and  |,i- l.-f.ikl'a-t Of Poiir-e Mi- Hn-  UaicJ.'^i i-tlii' :iiik;Ii "lit. a*- the  . n ^'ii.,*l- w ii h iii*h d ovei t ) .Mi.  j II-ak. Tin pii-jii'i. v.bo falltd t"  I -_'l\i a - I"'.-'.!'-'"!*.'.' a* efniiit nf llllii-ell,  u ,- -c:.'i in.- -1 t.. loin  i.i->iitli- at hard  In ihe m.Uiei ol THOMAS 110WNI IS.deeeii-ed,  ���������iiui in the mailer of tlie Ollici.il Adimiiis-|  irator-.' Act.  VOTICT. fS riBIliniY HIVHN that by miloi  1> nt ili= lloiioi J.'A Form,'- Local Juilco.  dated tlie lirh (l.iv of June. I'll) I, Geo rue Siinlh  McCaiter. Olhci il Ailmmisti.itoi Toi- tint p.nt  iiT Kooion.iv ('oiinlv compiised within tlio  Rmelslokcl'lecUHiul Di-ti let. lias, lioen ������r.intoel  letter-of adniini-lralioii lo iiilniiiu.-tei nil .ni"  siiiitular tlio Oot.i lo ol Thomas l)ownie,tIeco.iaed,  1"\'N*'lJ1"FL*RTiri:U TAIvi: NOTIC'i: Unit all  C-fjVI.MS uiKiii tlioaaid e-.taleniu=t be-ont in.tn  llio--md Ailiniiii-.lr.it(ii, al Ins ollice, Iiniionnl  n.inl.* Iliocl*. IteieKtoI.e. I) I'., within SO dins  rroin tho dale hereiil. after which tmio .ill pin-  ri-od- will  lio diMribiilcd  .iiiimif.'   lli<-   p.irtioa  l.ittfullv thereunto entitled.    UnO'tni: SMITH MuOAKTElt,  Ollicml Adiiiini-,tiatoi-.  Dated llio lltli dav ol June, 10(11  to  the  fin .ill iy  Rc,,-toke!Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Pittings.  J. MALEY  WILL   RE-OPEN  Hi- l-'lownr, I-'imt and Vegetable Sloro in  .1. siMso.vs liUii.niNti, si:coxd RTitur/r  ON    MONDAY,   JULY   4-tli  BURNS & GO.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   .   Meat Merchants  Head Office, Abattoir" and Cold Storage :'  "��������� , <^^^s^Oalgary, .Alberta  l'n-h Vi-L-etnlili--. I''.I i'lanl^and Flowei-. and  I'mil r-ir Sain     Older- liiLon for loenllv itniwn  'J'uni.ii'i and otliiii I'lai't-. fur ���������.rjttiiiKf'iil-   -  PALACE  RESTAURANT  MrKi-n/ i- Ave. Iimi't IliniriK- lire-. Slunil  l'ii-t ela--.  ,MenN,   ,il-o   hbort  oiders  -*-i ii (I day and ni<,'bt.  Mrs. H. E. McKittrick, Proprietress  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures $���������% Put In.  Snconcl Street, Revelstoke  C. J. Wilkes  MACHINIST &    ���������  BLACKSMITH  AI  Kind-- of .lobbing \\'ork Done.  -.'.ii������K M.iclint'- -n\i\ Uieyck--) Olciincd  ami   lii-piined.  k'eyn litli-1 "ii the .-.li'irlcnt JN'oticc.  (Ippii-ltC  Salvation Ai my  FIRST ST.  Iriucce���������-or lo Dr. Guns'.]  Dentist .  Gold Crown and Bridge  Work a Speciality.  Dental Parlors over Bew's  Drug Store,  MACKENZIE AVE.  General Store and  Restaurant Keeper  A J'rinic Stock nf (iioccrics, I-'ruit,  Vi'-tolublcs.  Chas. Sam Woe  VV ASH! N G,   LA U N D R Y  LABOR CONTRACTOR  FRONT STREET1  (Opposite Joss .House, Gold Hill Hotel  .Building.  J. THORNTON,  Painter, Paperlianger  and Sifn Writer.  K������.t imalcs t:ivcn for all kind-, of Ikhi^c paintiiiw-  Ordcis fm PiipcrliaiiKinir and Knl^KiiimnK will  1     lfcuivu pnmipt, iiUention.  ADDUKSS : 1\ O  HOX ^2, or  SECOND ST., Behind C. P. R. Shops.  OhUmi left at J. \V   liumiol(\ will Ijo  jiroiuptlj attuiulrd to.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS  Tiv our Iced Soda-, lco Crenin, Stntw-  lK-nic- and Cieam.    Cnn't be  bun ten in tlie City.  FRONT ST., REVELSTOKE.  A. E. BOAK-  biib opened in tlie Cowan   lllock   tbe  best make.-- of .silveiware and cutlery.  Agent for Raymond Sewing itflachines  Piiuio- and Organs sold or oxcliniiKud  tiiu{d.sth];j;t,    -     -    hkvjclstoke  '  il  <   ���������������!  p i  I.'  <i  en


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