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 Provincial I/.i3iary  tt)  i  ��������� i-f  V$t)  ,      -��������� 1.x  ; "if  liyi  $'  Xilr  PPP  ���������-/  ��������� 'X / i  tlu-1,' i  'lf?>  v?  t^f  r.>  , j  '���������Vi,,--  V*  ^w  f    THE FINEST SODA1  /IN/TOWN    "   ���������  0������3  ������^*������$5^ l^ST  ,V/QF.  THE,COOLEST PLACE  A'J^'IN'tOWN.-'-'  Bews1 Soda Parlor  ^  Vol/12.���������No. 17  'REVELSTOKE. RIO. JULY 29, 190/  ���������w i  o  $2.00 Per Year.  36 piecesyywhite and black Jap-  '  yanese Wash Silks suitable for  dresses and blouses. /      .  t J n *l I '     ( j  Regular price,$1.00 per. yard,   ,'  Y. Jill C. A.  Steps .taken to Organise in ������������������  Revelstoke.,.'    ���������    ���������  A meeting w.is. held Sunday to  further consider the 'organisation of a  branch of the Y.M.C A. in Revelstoke.  ioie was* ii gonil attendance. I!. How-,  scni p'-esidod. ln-(lio al>-*enco of 15 li.  Atkiiib,i\V. \Y. Lefeauv wn.** nppointod  , scoiebu-v pio. I em.' ,   ''���������  All*. living, orgiinisinj; s-ccielaiy of  the movement, ������poke n't length on the  aims ni id objects, of the V. M.O. A,  in gi ng jini'ong other font incs'ils vtili'io  as iilVoiding ii lioifie for the voimg men  of the city, their pliy-.ic-.-il iind menial  jnipto\enioiil, iiml it������ ' demand for,  clPiin athletics, lie urged its \nlue  especially in ii-, town like this, when*  theie were mi ni.piy, railway ��������� men  employed. Jn ''other, railway town-  where ' thi.*. organisation had heen  formed   it   was'supported- hy  88   per  ;\  the i work and'-they could make a  .success of it. (Cheers) In the young  men of Kevelbtoke they had the be-t  sfufV in the Jiocky iMnniitiiiiis to help  them.    (Renewed eheer.s)  Mr. Mcln'tyic 'consideied it one of  the hef-t thing*? tliey could po'-sihly  have'in Revelfatoke.  *, ,      '  Mr. Lyons had no do'ulil the inihviiy  men of JJcvelatolce-would undertake to  r.-u.-.o flfiOOO. '  Aftei fiuther dii-cassion, on the  motion of Miv j\Ioi i-ibon, seconded hy  .Mr. Gibson, Meirsr*.. I'jIkmi, Lyons, A.  JohiiMiii. \V. I'.fiwh, Vogel nnd Alclntyie  ,wcro appointed a commilteo to a***,i.st  in woikjng up the mai lei.     ,  I'y noon Monday they laid ol.t.iined  siih^ciiptions to flH"r-\-|oiit of $2,000,  including oiiu'tMih*-c.ription of $1,000.  one of $:")()0, and two of $1li0 eiich.  liy Tliuisday $7,()0o\liad'heeii subscribed, of which $.'1,000 had heei: sill.-  soiihed hy railway men and $1,000 hy,  the citi'/.ens'generally., II, is expected  $10,000 will   r.ii-jcd,  of  which   $8,000  <     Mckenzie avenue  THE WAR,  Peace Prospects Good.  Japs Seize More Russian  Territory.'' - ,  .lapnnesc pence plenipotentiary, Sato  says:���������" I mil conlkle'iit peace will ho1  Micccsbfiilly negotiated hy tlio appointed delcgiitions. The .)apane*-c will he  guided hy mo'(lc.alioii,:ind no e.\ce.ssivo  demands will ho' made,, but the. .sentiment, in .Japan and Russia is for pence,  and'in (ho ^interest of -humanity and  piopriety thin must lie so'." <  - 'Mr. S.iIfi' emphasized (lint, .lapan  doe.*, not seek ' teiritoriiil aggraiidibe-  ment, haying: "We want in Manchuria  ei|iinl opportunity, or what Mr. liny  called ' I lie open dnor'.''  St. l'elor.shuig,.lnly 27'.��������� Despatches  from Manchuria icport the limding of  a .Inpauose battalion, ami   tlio **oi/uio  of ii lighthouse on   t he Sihoiiau coast,  near l)elciis'iies,a-pebt, foimerly called  ���������Ale.\dinvhk,'7UU miles   in.rth of Vladi-  vostock, aftei   a' pieliininary .--helling  bv torpedo lioat/deViroycis  * -> rt *.    ,  Ki.s-un C'nvaliy all.u'knl ih.,-.J,.p-  iiiuse hut 'ui ie ic|iul-ed,, nil li heavy  lobs, inchiduig a Unicry c.ptiued Ijv,  the J.ip-..'  *  WE CARRY A  FULI, STOCK OF  i I ,  Groceries, Fruits  i        ft        r , ���������   ,  iand Vegetables  ONION SETS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS. -  ,i "<    i '  " <������������������  GARDEN TOOLS.        "   ���������    ,    COOKING UTENSILS.  B-QIIRNE Bros.  iMck'Ji.V/.lU A VIO.,  kevelstoke: ' '���������'  fil-Jilst  Agents foi'sMcClni-y's Stoyes and Ranges.  MONTHLY PAYMENTS,  RUSSIA.  The I-hnpoiois, of llus>i.i iiml Gi i-  m.iny h.u-e had ii inoeting, at, which n  in.iuideit>lood 'the lattei 'idvucd tho'  I'oiinei ,to giant t U ,-lepu'souiatue  pnth.imuiil to hib people, and the Clei-  iiihii'Empenoi will tihe In-, inlliience  to see tliat J\.u*-aian yctb e.i^y lei mV.  lioni Jjpiin.  a:. '    LIMITED. .,  DEPARTMENT STORE.  Samples  1  If you arc in the market for a suit of new  Clothes, see our samples. We have these  garments made up by the best wholesale  tailors in Canada.  C. B. Hume k Co. Ltd.  DEPARTMENT STORE.  cent, of the iai]}\.iy'jiien.' The C:P.]t  was the only l.ugc railway oiganisation  that had not diicctly,'taken up the  woik, but'from indications the*'time  was not far distant when it would do  so., lie -unjed__that young men he  given the first place in this work  because they weie^dn'ectly interested  in1 it, and their co-operation .would  strencheu the,hands ofthe business  nien.-- ~"    ���������'       - r- v"  Mr. jSTettlo said from his experic nee  in Y.Jf.CA. woik he did not think it  coiild he successfully carried out in  this town beoiuibo its success . would  depend l.ugeK upon the co-opcr.i'tion  of the ladiea au.\ih.uy and on an  eneigetic secret.ny. At the piesent  time the l.ulie** had their hands full  with the niipiowmci.ts. reqiiucd al  the lio--pilnl and with the McLhodi-.t  and PiL&hyLeii.ui chinches which weie  to he built. In si i.ulw.iy town like  this men were continually being  moved and few of the yoiu.g men an-  sure of theii positions, which was  another diaw hack. If an association  wa1- .-tai ted he would of coui-e go into  it and help it all he could.  Mr. Irving said he was at a inoeting  of ladies where the utmost intciest  was slio'wn in the matter. Jn no city  wheie the Y.M.C.A. had a building of  its own had it been a failure. Theie  weie 200cities of thesi/.e of Revelstoke  where the oig.inisation was successfully working.  Mr. Moiiison' considered the joung  men, and the elderly men tjo, o'  Re*.clstoke would support it. Ue  urged then!   t<> pit their  ���������shnnlcWs lo  Cii'n be applied'! o a building a nd |*J  to furnishing unci equipping it.  CITY SCHOOLS.  ^ ,, ��������� ***    ���������.j, -^^  Changes in Teaching Staff.  ��������� With the opening of the city schonl  after the* holidays there wilhbc gieat  changes'in the teaching stuff. l  Miss Smith has losigned to go to  the coast, and .Miss llislop, B. A .'.who  comes from Winnipeg with a large  Reaching experience and a high reputation, has heen appointed hei  succcssoi.  Mis-j Fr.isei has ic-igned to liken  position iit Wes-tniinstei. iind Mi*.-  A. J\ranson, a iclali\,e of the new  M I'. P. foi N.iii.miio, hi- he'll ap  pointed lo succeed hot.  Mi-sJIobb*. will be pioninteci, iind  Miss L. Di.\on, Vjmcouvu*, takes the  work .-he h-is been'doing.  The new tc.icheis come Inghlv  aceiedited.  FARM AND ORCHARD.  .ludge Form has purchased a block  of land at Atlialmei, where hewill have  a suminei lcsidence inyPplane out nn  oichaid.      . i  .Stirling and Pilcairn, of ICelown.i.  shipped hy cx'piess for e\lnbitio:. at,  the Winnipeg Fan, SOlhs of Hello  M.ignifique iind Moiello choines. two  boxes of Yellow Tianspnient apples,  two cases Alexandei peachc**, two  ci.itPh of pencil plums. - r  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  Cupil.il Aiitliori/od. SI,������l0,IKXI.   C.inil.il I'ai.l Ut., S'HK'OOOI).    H.-,t, J.(,(������W<X1. SC  ]lc.td O/lico, Touonju, Ontakio.  "Hiaiidi.1- in din Nnrlli������o-l Tfrriltn to-. M.11111..I1.1, Oiiliino and (iiiol.oc.  7\i.(l   U1.1 riillouiiiK  in."it-  in   lintiili   C1.I11111I1111:    Cranlirnol. Golden.  NuImiii, Ko(������l-t������l>u, TniiiL ljiil.ii, Vancmuoi* ami Vic-ti.na.  T   ll' Miiuti 1 1. I'l.'-i.lonl.      -   II  K  Wii.kii, Vifp-I'n'-'illiMit anil Clonunil Jl uiiiKcr.   ������s{  ItEJ      i:  II n, \iM-lant (l.iii.nul ManauiT      W. Men A 1, t'liloT In-pcctur. '  tffi)  Kevelstoke ltrancli, 1$. C���������A (ieticral Banking Business Transacted  a.ivini,'. DiiiHiiliiiciil- Dhiii.-iI-, Uiimui'.l iiml liiluro-t Vlli.������o<l.  ������ -  Ilriift.*. sold iiM.ilalil.* in all imrlx i.r ('uiiiiflii, Unite.l Stalo- anil i:uru|ic.  Spociiil iiltniitu.ii i[ii.in tn c.illncli.in-.  A. 1". l'liii'i'-, Mnimcpr  1LLECILLIWAET CANYON, AT KEVELSTOKE.  ���������-; K. OF P.  .Gold Range Lodge Banquet  '-���������--    Grand Chancellor.  Tuesday evening was the' o\cnt of n  pleasant niccting of,Gold Kango J.odge  being the .olhciar visit  of  tliu Uuincl  Chancelloi of'the  Grand' Domain ,6f  British Columbia, Bro.   Geo. Johnson,  of Nanimo, who gave   the Gold Kango  ipiite a suipiiseln   his   being  iiccon-i-  pnniecl by a .member   of the. Supieme  Lodg.*, Bro. J. T. Huggnid, o.f  Winnipeg, Suproine J. G.   As this  was  the  lirst \isit for soiiie  tune of a  iiiembei  of the'supieme lodge   to this, domain,  and   paiticulaily   to  Kevelstoke,  the  local members did not sp.ueuny elt'oi t  to show their appicciation.  Aftei opening ceionionie.s I'ajniie T.  \V.' Bain 'w.is piosented and duly  initiated in the Rinks of \\n glithood  the win k being exemplilied m a \ei>  ciedilnhle nianncr. .. '  Cli.md Chancelloi- Uro. .lohnsni.  then g.ivc the lodge a tlio-ougli leviow  of tho inner woikingof the or.lei, <ilef>  ii shoit, history of its foundation and  piincipiOs,:iftei which the lodge closed.  Music .md songs wore then indulged  in for ;i shoit inteival. Hio. K. .M.  Sniythc at the piano, aiid Bio Mathie,  McDonald and otheis supplying the  vocal pints. Ln the meantime tables  weie being laid witlTii goigcotis tepast  which .Mis all thal.could be dosiied hy  the most critical.  The Knights then sat down, with  CO. Bro. S. McDonald as chaii nuin  of the evening, and a couple of pleasant hours woio spent in feasting,  speech making and toasts, which weie  icspulided to hy.pulc.i nuiiihei The  guest uf the evening, ti. (.!. Bro .John-  Son, stalled tho hall rolling with a.  \eiy cnthuhiaslic s[ioeoh on the futtuo  ofthe Knights of Pythias, and their  auxiliary the Rathbone Sistcis, which  was heaitily nppiucintcd ' by nil, and  showed veiy plainly that the CIiancl  Domain of B. C. hits tho light nuin in  the right place.  Supiome I.'!. Bio. Iluggaid followed  with n few well chosen lemiiiks with  icgiird to the grand iind siipienio  lodge. Ile predicts n bright futuie,  and we conclude if all .supremoolliccih  aie as entlm-iiiiftic a.s Mm, Iluggaid  its futuie is assmed.    ���������  Bio. I'owlei, in icsponse ton toast  to tho'l'iesident of the United Stilton,  said theie was no need nf an international boundaiy line between  Ca inula nnd the Klnlo.*- as f.u us the  Knights ol Pythias weie concerned.  A few spicy nnd impromptu speeches  by Bio Jl. A. Brown and other.-, intoi-  inhod with ii few choice lecitntioiis,  and n whisl ling soln fiom Bio. ITe-my.  "Auld Lang Sync" w.is >ung and th  mooting adjourned feeling veiy much  benefited by the ceiling's enjoyment.  On Wednesday afternoon the guests  woio taken for a drive by Bro. II A.  Brown, G.l.G., and shown thcocenciy  in the vicinity of Kevelstoke They  left on No. 1 foi the west.  \ not her Ciirlon  ,'   Oileloth-'cte  drif I* in ml ore just arrived. 'Carpets, Linoleums.  Sewing Machines,-Ifeintzman Pianos.'  R. HOWSON &GO,'FURNITUnE DEALER AND EMBALMERS.U  ,"4  Make Se^wing' .Easy.  ft ,  The woman, who does her own sewing and .embroider}-, should insist .  on'having Beldi:i;;'.s Siiks. ,Thcy yew^Miiootli'v, easily���������because they are  free of kinks and knots.    Tliey,,won't !.rt.;.���������'.  i.r.: c the}- are all 'pure,   '  t-.iigli silk, evenly twisted niid'&poolcd.        ' j.  '    * >v i ,' ' ' '        *'" .       .   ������������������'  '������������������ B'eldihg's'jSpbol Silks-,,  i,.    *\~  are the result of  ��������� 40 years experi;  ence in.making  embroidery and" >  'sewing' silks.  When you _buy_  ��������� Beldiiig's,    you  , get the bestsilka  I ,'������������������'/ '-  # .  ras  ^=^^^-  SS^r*������S?  ���������*\  flbtAt  aMtf  for' hand " and "  machine work.  Al all dealers.  r  TD.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE (DO.  HEADQUARTERS  JN  KOOTENAY'FOR '  Paints, Oils, General Hardware, Sporting Godcls,  Saw Mill Supplies, All Lines of Granite and  Tinware, Plumbing and Tinsmithing.  Repair Work Done & Estimates Given  MAIL ORI.KKri'llPjCEm*: PROMPT AXD CAREFUL A 1TEXTIOX  Four K.10111- OierStorc.To Let. 'PHONE   35.  P. BURNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail       ���������  '  ....   Meat Merchants.  Head OfiB.ce, Abattoir and Cold Storage : ,  -������������������^^ssss^Oalgary, Alberta  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABRAHAIWSON    BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  Newly built.      First-class in every respect.     All modern conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms.  Rates SI.50 per Day, Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same  management  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cio-ars.  Rates $i a day.     Monthly rate.  J\    ALBEKT      STOIN-IE  PEOP.  THE MOLSONS BANK  lncorror.il^.i lij Act of Parliament, is."..  II KM) OKKICK. - - MONTREAL.  W.M. .Miii.min Macimikiimjv.  Pics. H. II. Hwino, Vice-Prcs.  .Iambi Elliot, General Milliliter.  Capita/ paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  Irnnsictetl  without un-  ytiir.it curient ratea on  Savings Bank  W. H. PHATT, Manager, - Revblstoke, B. C.  EM-rything in  w.iv cif banking  lnisine  ncii'sMiry delay.  liit.TL'st credited twice  (lepii-iUs. ??/;'  ��������� ���������   ���������  m  PI IE KOOTENAY MATL  nam  UMMhStattlix  ftbe1Rootena\>fH>ail  ,    "i-UHIjISHKD'SATUUIIAY.  ,      , ���������AT-  REVELSTOKE, B.C..  SUBSCRIPTION    RATES.  liicluliiiB po-tiiKv l^  l.niil.iinl, Li'nlli'.l  Stairs  mill I'liii.i.la. ,  .     '?'.MHI  ....    1 '.-I  Hjrthts year It hi ouch l������-toillrc| ....  Half      "        ���������������������������...������������������    (Ju/irter " " "..  ���������   Including Christmas Mall 710. e\tr������.  '    ADVERTISING   RATES.  Mc.itiireiiit.-nts Noni>i.n������l (I- line-* 'ii.il;.- one  IncliJ. Picferred po-ilion*,. '.'.'. per rem.  additional. Hiilh-, .Miiiiiiik*1- anil Di-.illis,  Wc. each in-crlion. All inh<-i-U*.<)iiii-nl-  siibject to Ihe iipprovnl of I 111* iiiaimK.-iiii'iil  Wanted and Condi-ii-i'il Aih.orllsi'iiii'iil*-'  AKcnlj! Wanlod. Help Wanted, Situation*.  1 m������nl-t*d. Situations Vacant. 'I cu.ilici*-,  , Waiu-mI, Meclmuics WanU-d. 10 words oi  l.ws 2.V;.. each,additional woul two rents.  ' Change* in -.t.-indinf; iul\ cill-cmuiiU. must  be in by 9 a. in. 'I liuwlii) nt ouch week to  ������<cure Rood diinla). .St.in.lliiK adviirtlsuic  matt������r will beclmnited luirrii inoiilli with-  out extra cIiuikc Koi- moie fii>(|ii.!iil  alteration^ tliu time occupied iu inukliiK  pAine will be olii.rtfi'd at. usual nit en.    '  joH HUNTING promptly executed ut, iwihine  '      able rate?. . '  TERMS��������� CWi.    Subscriptions piijiiblo In ad  ranee. ' '  UJltHKbPONI>K.VOK invited   on  imilli'ix ol  public interest.   Coininuuluitioiift, to  10(11-  'tor   must   bu  iiccoiiipuuicd   l.y,, niuno   ol  writer, not necessarily for p.il.llont ion, but  , <m evidence of pood fullli.   Correspondence  i-honkl-bo hrief. ,* <  We request our numerous roiiilora to  favor us with thole assistance In  mak-iniy'tho KOOTENAY MAIL tho  most valuablo advertising* medium  in the Koot-onays by KlvInK* tho  preference whon mnkliiK purchases to those firms1, who aro  regular advertisers In the KOOT  '    ENAY MAIL.  D  Hi    MOKKI.SON.  ,'  IJKNTIST.  i     Okkici: :, .  TUB. NKW   IjAWKKNUIC   It LOCK'.  McKoiMle Avenue.  fMDH'ARD A.  HAG^KN,  ,     Mining Engineer,  I.Mem.'Anicricnn  Institute Min iir KiikIiiooi-I  (Mem. CiCiuidinn Mining   .tilutc.)  '*      ',.    '     Revelstoke, li. (J.  hxaminatioi) of and rcporlsron  .Minei.U 1'iu  perties n Specialty.  TTUGH    S.   CAY LIS Y,  ' Banister nnd Solicitor.,  ������ - <  .OFFICE���������Corner of Fiist yiieet and  '<   'Boyle A venue, Revelstoke, '13. (J.  I I AEVEY, McOARTER  4 1 .     ; AND PINK 11 AM.  " BARRISTERS, SOLICITOUS, ETC.  Okvicbs :    Molson'S   Hank   Block,   IIkvi:i.  8T0KE, B. C. _>  Money to loan. . , ���������  'Offices: Revelstoke, Ft. Ci Kort Steele, B. C.  flEO.'S. McCakter,  A.  M.   I'INKHAM.  i     Tte\ clstoke. B. C.  A. IIakvkv,   -  Kort Steele, Ii. C  , 'J. M. Scott, IjL.B.  QCOTT    AND  W. I. lilies.  BRKiGS  Barristkrs, Solicitor':, Etc.  Money to Loan      ,-       }<  Solicitor.*-* rmi Molsons Bank"  First Street.  Revelstoke, B.C.  'GbfclR&ojeriasflftafl  SATURDAY,  .IULY  2!l, 1905  iiiiuigunilion of such sys torn mio  ilevolopiiienl, nnd il is lo ho hopi'tl  ,tli������ 0. !'. I!, nnd ,tlu- provincial  ^ovorniiionl will oo-opcriuo tmtl do  something ut nn cni-ly' dnte to ������iw  tlid Liinleiiu it cliiincc to tjiki' ils  rightful place in tho liont riink" of  ore prodtiein^ districts in Kooleiuiy."  The A'lberni election is a sweeping/victory for the McHriric government. Alberni is like Lillooet, it  wasn't expenditure of public money.  It can get it from the party in  power and not from the opposition,  arid vote? accordingly. , Another  feature of the election appears to  have been a desire to free the  McBride government from the domination ofthe two socialist members-,  in whose power they have been  since the general election.  SPECIAL EDITION.  In view of the importance of railway operations   in Revelstoke and  the surrounding district, our .next  issue   will    be   a   special    railway  edition of eight   page.*-,  printed   on  plate paper, illustrated   with numerous half-tone engra\ingb  of railway scenes,trains.steamers, oflicials.  conductors, engi neers,-(iremen. trainmen, A:c.    Thoie   who   wish   extra  copies   of   this  edition (price 10c.)  should .-und in their order.- as e.ulv  as possible.  TO CORRESPONDENTS.  AxTi-HinoTKY.���������'We   think --this  om-  re.spondoiiee hud   better r-o.ise.    We  i published the sermon and the replies  to it. and   that  should   lie  enough.  Hucli cont rove mien /inly foster sect-  ii riii n stiife. .,  Faik I'i,ay.���������Wc ('iiiloi agree with the  <  views  you e.vpiess,   liul consider   il  hotter than stirring up fend between  I'rotestunt,**   and   Catholics   Unit,  n  (1  , uontroversey of thisO.hiiriteter.-'-hould  not l>u continued beyond the limits  already aeooided il.���������ICd K'.iM.  MINE EXPLOSION  ' Three Men Killed.-rOthers  Injured.     ,!-  ^ I Inn IV, A lln.,- July'ii.1).���������A .frightful  tragedy, occurred \e.stcrdiiy at the  Hiinkhetid mine.  There 'was an explosion of many  cases of dynamite. Throe 'men weie  killed outright/litei'iilly blown to fragments. At least a score of mo'n .uoie  still, in the niine, and the outside  workers made fruntlic- elVorts to  relieve them.        ','  Dozens of men were Iwully burned  and some may die., The dead arc:���������  Thoinas Smiley, an Irisliman.  Uuvid Tlioiiin-j, who wm. from Wales,  and who leaves a wife and six small  children.       , ' ,  Mohn Williams, also a Welshman.  Of the three dead therc'is hardly a  piece of their bodies left. -    '  P0LlficAL.  JMnnson, suppoitci of the McHiide  gove'rment,defeated Aitken,opposition  for Allierni, by ;"54 majority.  , Speaking of the Autonomy bill, Mr.  Mucpliei'son, AI. _!'.. for Vancouver,  said:���������" Nobody has any objection to  that legislation now, except the people  of Toronto. Why, tliey think down  there that Ihey run all Canada. But  they don't.  Kvciybody else is satilied."  Auditor General AIcDougall, who  recently resigned, had become a clog  on the wheels of public business! by  his fussiness, an instance-of which  was that'he objected to a cheque issued  for month's sala i y ton judge on Sat-  uiduy, the second lust, day of the  month, because he had no'evidence  the judge was alive on the following  flay, Sunday. v  LUMBERING.  The   Vale-Columbia     Lumber    Co..  have put in a roading engine.  Some Washington milla have abut  down owing to the lumbermen demanding $2 a day.  The Imperial Timber and Trading  Company Limited has been organised  with n capital of $'2f>,000, to take over  the logging plants ol B. L. Kinnian.  but-Air.   K'inman   still   piactic.illy re-j  Ijaiiis bis interest and control of these, | aI)(|   .,] lro  _, , ,*���������   ],  the  incorpoiation   being  etVected   for j|.lm(in���������s!   {^  FRUIT GROWING.  Local'Association should he ..  Organised. , <���������  4 II. K'.pp, i f Clulliw.iek, who K one  .if I lie eveculive ol the U. (.!. Fruil  (!lower*. Assiei.iliou. wpenl K.iliinlaj  in the cit'v nnd sniroundings lank.in}.-  into the ptospeets of llevelsloke for  friiit-nrowing. He vvas astonished al  thj! growth of lhe fruit I ices pliinti'.l  mil l.y I'.'II l'eleisnn, aud fiom what  he saw he lielieves l.evelsloke pieuenls  as ureal possibilities in I his ���������diieul ion  iih liny oilier part of't he provin<;e,  .Mr. Kipp, -ilarli'd fruit glowing in  18(11, so few men in the provit.ee have  had gieater experience than he. Not  only in Inlit, but, in (sniall /edits as  stea������ lieeeius, and nlno veget.-ible.s, Mr.  K'ipp oonsidees Kevelstoke oll'ues a l.ig  Held 'for Sinn 11 seltler,*-,'and cmisidees  the day is not fae, distant when the  valley.saud benches where water cm  lie got foe inigation will bo taken up  aud .planted In fruit, and market  guldens. There i.s ample inaikej, he  decl.ues, forall the fruit and vegetables  ihat can hu'griiwii.      '       '  Air. I\ipi������ puts forward a new idea  of pruning I'rujt tiees in UovelMoku am  other localities where the .snowfall is  heavy iu wiutur. Ho suggrsls that  instead of the customary pruning to  lend out the branches the pli.n should  ho adopted of leaving the main stem  un'ciit no'tliat, the tree wilL renniin in  pyramid form and tlio branches spread  out from it'and shed thv snow, wheiens  wjtli fork pruning the folks iiff-* tho  tteo hold the snow and c.iu&o the  branches to he broken down.        '  Air. ICipp says that tliu-o inteio-jted  in fi nit giowing in Hcvclstoko should  meet, together and foim a local brunch  of< the piovincial association. The  annuar subaci lption is $1, half of  which goe"������ towards the local oignnisa  tion and the other Mialf to the centra  association. , In consideiatii n of this  the local members would.gcl, the full  Jienelit'of the central' organi.s.ition  and would receive the' litcrntiue and  other information circulated by it.  Air.'l\ipp or another member of the  u.\ecutivc would be glad to attend a  meeting at Kevcl.-itokc'to help ofg'inise  a local blanch.  INSECT PESTS.  Gardens and Potato Crops  suffering much damage.  Aluch damage is being done to the  garden and potato crops this season  by.insect pests.'    _>-     .        '  _   Tin:  cur woiiM  isiepoitedto be playing havoc m" the  llowee   and    vegetabl"   guiilen-i    The  dep.li tniLtit of agiicultiiic leeommends  foi this the following remainr. ���������  I'liico .unongst the emps bundles of  succulent vegetation, poi.-oued by dipping them iu a solution"ol two (unices  of I'.n is gieen to a pailful of w.it. i.  The cutw.iinis cat, the poi-onc-d pl.ini.-  then hur\ thein.seln*.- .md (lie. In  hot weather these bundles should be  placed out nl'ter sundown and .i .-luiiele  placed over each to keep them fr..ni  fading. ,  / Another lemedy i- to ".horoiighly  mi\ togethci in a dry stale "il)ll������ br.in  and 1 !b. Pari- giien. t!i>*i. ;u!>l w i!"t  a little -.wectened with .-ug.ir till the  whole is tlioi.-. i<;lilv ������.'t but not -!>.im,v  p-   01   'hi-   or,.!, j   ������-f,������,������\s,.  crop-    l>, iii ;    .'itiii iiii'i!  Chatham  Incubators Hatch Spring  "Eggs into Fall   Dollars.  Mny and June ������ro tlio tiuac nioiilln to sUrl 111.   Jimu lmtol.c.1 olilckn crow like wctilu ilnrliiK  the u������rly ouimuvr nut] ninny ol the rinku of the IuihIiichh nru uvoi.lid il) mi start now,    >    '  , /ICvory chicle you eiin iiiiiliiro  nnd miirkot in October Ih worth  WJconttj, if not inoro. 'J'ho noxt llirco  liiniilIih are tho 1 icht onus in which  Ingotiiliiitcil in tlio,.'lilt'.Uen*i������isliih'  business. 'I'liei-o'H Kood money 111 It  and tliu womon ToIIih and chil.hen  ciui do nil I ho work Hint ncuils to ho  dono In ntiout onc-lmlf hour dully.  Tho way to niiiko poultry p.-iy is '  to f?ot "brollor" olilcka ot iinlforiii  slycniiil -woi|,'lit ready for the limr*  kot, when iirlcoH aro highest, nnd tlio ,  only w'uy thlHunn boilono i������ with a ���������  n^nod  luciilutor.   Tlio ono (lint Ih  atnu .mil iievor-fnllinK ia tlio CHAT-,  IIA.M.   If'lho obb ia fortllo llio clilel" '  ia sure to bo Imtvlicd ovory Uino by n.  '   So sure aro woof results that wo tftko ohancoa on your micooss boforo wo got our  monoy for tlio mnchlnc." P    > , ,       .  We will ship'yon a Cliathiiia Incubator, Troislif! prepaid,  and ijiic you two years to p;iy<.for it. Nothing (o pay until  November, I !><>.->. ������      c       ,  Tho Chatham Incubator pays for Itself every  hatch, and if you got utartcd now, "liich you  ahould, tho Juno hutched chicks wilt liavo a innr-  kot* value of GOo. each by OcLobcr.-thun oniibliiiK .  you to pay for tho Incubator without using ono  cent of monoy not earned by tho machine itself...  Our beautiful and comploto book, "How to  Muko Money put of Chicks," to'ls tho whole story.'  No poultry raiser cm alloul to bo withoul.it.   It's  ntl'i:.   Send for it .NOW.  THE MJHS0?*] CA^PSELL CO.; Limited  Dept, 220 CH ATHAH, ON I'.  Dlsti Uniting Wareliouses al Arontrcnl, Que,  Brandon. Jlan : Oiltrary, Alia ; Now Westminstei,  JJC, and Halifax, N.S. ' ,    ,  Factoiiesat Chatliaiu, Out., and Dotioit, Alich.  Also ���������HiiiiiifiicdircrM or (lie famous Clin Ilium  running .Mills nil.I Cl-all-am 1'nriii M-nlcs.  ittcwwyii^^isrivKhvjB  % " '       ' ��������� '  I lhe'Dress Makers Favorite* Spool'Silk  o - . , , ,  ^ '        F.vcry slilcli is ti .-ititcli oP'strcn^lh \vhcti you  []    <cv: with ];m;!:*;0\q FAT://    0.ir::'i<.r.ts won'l/'iip-  <J(     h<'ii*r. v.-nii.i tavol���������.bcc.Tttsc Dclding':, fiilk ib -    * stiong  ...  and iow'h. ' /  ������)  -3".i*">S-������s���������  tsS I..  ���������  \ *'*-ftt���������^vj.-  IJYfXyXxZPi 1   -s     <-,  . 1  i.s l)C-st for machine, ])l:tin scw-  i. ;���������,, emlironlery and all fancy work  lc"fiii*-;c il is tlie slronjULsl. . Made  in 'ill s'.-rdes to inaicli cverytliing  joli make by hand or machine.  1   Lead in sf   dry   goods    and  fancy goods stores have Eclding's  ���������.Silk.    ��������� ���������      ,  m? 3,'3v3/5\g/'e\������.'3\S<s)  I  ' Cntwoi 111.- wili !���������.)���������.(' .myilniiv  lir.in.  A g<������ .1 \i.r_,* in |.n[)ir, it 1^ li. mi .  the bi.in .1I..I l'.iti- gr������ n 11.��������� n mm i'  with .*-lli;litIy -u.i'ii'ii.-il i\.it- ' tii-n  ilrv   tliii l-v   iiii.Mni:  111   I...11. tili   tin'  lin-  'Pruiit l.iik-c Citv.  tlnit  Mr   W'iiIIcit   l.'.iv. .*, (iolil.-ti   .iimrl j wiiti'i'  tlicl.i-t wiilii-i uf the .'iititf [i..|iiil.-ii-i- 1      Tin-  A Warning to Mothers.       uuiy-u..  'I'.iO lllUCll   ('.in* CIIIIK.L li.J llsf (I   IN III) ' I'<2 -"I'l'l^  TIIK  LAI{I>I*:.\U.  The    lio.-^Intul    Miner   ha.-    tin*  following timely urticl.-:���������  '" Tliu development oi the great  silver-lfsid (iepo.-it- of the Lardeau  country i-a mutter ile*-erving the  fctirioiir c<jn.-i(ler,ition anil .���������ntlni'-i-  a?tic f-upport of both tin; pru\ incial  go\ernment and tran.--portiition  com pan ie.-  the   richest    am  mineral fields- in s-oiitlu-rii Hriti^h  Columbia. All that i.- nece.-.**ar\  to make  it   produce   an   enormuu.**  tonnage of high grade galena li- tin !'-.istor oil, and aie tli.it it. is fie.-h a*.  ,    ., ,. t        A . , I r.incid oil naiif-e.itc-1 uinl has 11 teiidfiK;\  building of ra.hia;*-. roac^ and | ,Q gripc |f ,lii������, docs not r.l.erk il..*  trail.--. 'J he district is as rugged ��������� bo\wla i,'i\n (Jlniinlierlniii's Coiio,  and   monntainou-   as   anv   in   tin-1 Colera,    and    liiiuiliof.i licmedy  ,.-.������������������. '.,        ...   I t lien   a    do**C'.f   cnstoi  we.-t,   but   it   is    intersected   with  purposes of biu-ines.** coinenience.  The piopeity of the On nudum Timber and S.uMiiil! Company uf Trout  Jjiike has been freed fiom indebtedness.  Arrangements have been made for  planing the timber alieady cut and  disposing of it. Theie aie excellent' wlml" i.-ju-t dump,  prospects of the resumption of active!  operations by the company.  "~" * , clu iIimi "ml >l .iiii'-.tic .ii.n-.il-,  BANKING. j nn. |.,,i.m<. j:i-i 1 i.i-    j     Dii-lwnb   I'.ni*. tri"i.ii   wi'l. ,1   | ��������� j ���������  The Kistein   Townsbipi  llmk   will, -,���������,,., ,| t.,,��������� ,��������� ,Mlv,,i(.r .���������;���������,       .\li\i(,.  open a branch 11 .Midway. j p,,,-, K,00ll n|t|, ���������,w.,,,| tIll���������., ,H |,���������)^  S-.'lby Walker, of the 1111 pei i.i I It,i rik . ..i Ini.-I*, -.ifie I .1 -In-**. Inn.- m lb .111  stall', (ioldeii,   Im- been   tin inferred toi      If .1 tpr.iy 1-  n-.il   imit *-i\ 01   -���������\cn  The   St.ir   reiiuirks I minces of I'm h '*r. en ��������� to   ."ill ���������' illmi- ..I  ELGIN OR WALTHAM c^ en  4-OZ   SOLID    SILVERINE   CASE, V|JV.^V  l)ii*.i .ind il iiiip iiiudI    Illicit   mill   tliu ii'"   h.'-l  *.,Mcu    il-mi'IU'iI     KIkiii   ni    Willi.,. IIIM llllilll.  -1,111 mini .inn ..ft,.md .itiiniiii.'lv Kuni'Cil. .'il lor  Im i u 11 -. .Al-..) ,1 liciiilitnl lIi.iiii ������UIi (adi  ������ tlch I.'i ll"- ii< M ���������''ll il.n** .>ll 1 iiiiipl. li*. {���������. "*tl  -. .*" 1.1* 1*. I.. !-t\ mtx.   I'm I In- .������' I ami **cm<! it l.������ u**  wilh M.'ii* 11.11.1c-, I'n-I   Olll.i'   1   |.'\pi.-���������, Ollki-  iiililri *.-. ������i .1 mis ������ ill *���������( ml II"' U.1I.I1 .....I Clniin  lo j..11 for (\,iniin,ition.    il }on   In .1   it   ,1*.  icpii-  . ,1 nt..I. 11,1)  .li(. *.l  till  II.lOll'll ..Mil . \pll -i- fill .!���������'(".. .Hill \V,lll-|l  .1.1(1   Cli. 1111   im-   .\oin-.       II   j.HI  l\iria {Jlt'en,   bemi; :i   dcidl*.   ii(>l**(>n. | <��������� ' 1, l>. -.v.* Ii.m.ik tin* > sin. j- ,-Ii mi ���������. -cud in the lull .iiuonnl. ,in.l wc  Hill  foiu.nd   lo Jim  .iii, iW.n.'i ...i'i ( I. n - '��������� I. .ill 1 Inn,'.-im pn.l.    || you iiiil.'i' (J.O I). aiteiKiMl of VI I'Oiil*. 11   IX'-  sllolll.l    lie   ke[.l     out    Of    tlie   \\.i\    Oil |M,r������cI i-  . null, r of mm.' f.i.it.. ������ li!. li .iiiiii.int ������ ill In* .k.luutcri fimn jmir lull.    Cli.lui- .it 1111. c  l,|,������ 1    i^-.i      u h* h ... if ..it; iiifiiti..11 lln- p.ip. 1  |Mir������ci 1- .  1   'Mi-O  II. ���������  E. WAGNfcR & CO     103 Cordova Street. 'Vancouver,  B. C.  Ill >-t l>-   ,i|.|il ,l|      111    ,|b .III     lilt. .  ���������ll.      I\ 'l|l"      In |W(.  II      (llld'H"    (.'  Jas. !. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.    '  lietail  Denlor In -~_������affiZ5J4f>*  BEEF,    PORK  MUTTON, Etc.  I When You Want  end ..I    A m;n>t  I 1 i.-li   t im,- 1 In  r,M      ,       , . . .-ninll cbildn n durinir the hot we.ilhei ' In et les .iiiiieii-i  I be l^'irticii 1 is one of ���������   ������     .. ... ..  j uf      the      -mnmer    montlis   to ^uard 1      - j -1,,.    l.niKiic.  mo.-t    e.\u-iiMvt I ii.'iiin^t  bowel    noubl.^.    A-, ai nli-   ill '  11 . .11-11       iiiii'i.rl 111,' n*. Im  in  only   ii(-('f-.-,iry   to   f-iv.: t lie child ,1 I       '  do-'ti   01    ca.-toi  "oil    In    (i.ricet    .my   tbi-< purpc-i  di.-order of tin* bow. 1-    I in 11 (t me nnv  -ul.s-tituto   but give    the old   fiihlnoiiid  .1 cil   -li..i.lii  ll.'W     Chili ',1  II I!'   V.Mf     (V.       I I e  pi.1 \ 11.1;    I'lini*.*. fur  Fish ancl Game in Season.  .Ml i.i,|, t - nromptlj fill* ������I.  tinou  .Nighl or day,  Ring up Tel. No. 27  Stand at Union Hotel.  REVELSTOKE, B. C. ,l:;.'ic,;  J. M. McOallum.  'i in;  arid  then a do**C'.I cmtoi oil, and the  idi*.en-e tuny lie r-beeked m it" incipi-  fcoveral valle\>alongwhich railways j .-ncy and all d.mgei avoirbd The clean he constructed with compara-1 ,,r fJl1 and this remedy-bonld bu pn  tive ea.-c. 'J'he buikliii:  road.- and trail-   from the   railway  i cured at once and k"pt re.idy foi   in*<t-  wagon   .,,,1 ugc fts f,r,on   ;|M tlie fir.st indicilion  USE  Boyal  ���������?PLOff^cfY'Local  Apl   Wanted  CALGARY, ALTA  (. i ... .M> ',\ ,\n".        M in '-: ���������  I l OIKI. I{|.;*-'I \l It SVI c\ \)i\\\  j I KSTfi IIKI.C. If \.M II IIA\'I>S,  'I I-, SMSTKff- .t li M'.Ol.'I'.ft*- Inn,.-I.  , ,1 ,,n -lim t  mil k .'.  ('Iii'. . I.'.k.vi .">, linn - HI <  i'  V O. fi -. -ibi. (  ii'.i .     Mi ���������  ATOXCI  ���������'OK  to the mines would he followed by  widespread industrial activity, and  the s'leainers on the Coltiriihin  river would be taxed to their full  capacity transporting ore down the  river lo Trail. 'J'he country generally would greatly  benefit   by   the  of any bowel tumble appear}-. Thi* i*j  lhe most hiicce****ful treatment known  and may be lelied upon with implicit,  confidence   even   in   cimt's. of  cbol- in  nfantiim.    For Kale iiy all (lriiggi,slH.  The .owners of the. French Greek  deep lend diggings opcruted 'by. K. A.  Bradley propose to instnl u .-f.'IO.OflO  plant..  oap  Uanada's (Iraalcst Nnrsciios  I'",  I     lb'*    !(,������ II     <i|      licl elsliik,!  ind -ill i iniuilim; i ...inl i v.  ii In' h u 'II In- i (".ei \ ed I'm- I lie  i i-flit in.in Si in t now ..I I li"  I. -.1 <i lli'n/ " ,i������..n. .ml li.mdl"  .nn MOW SI'I'K I \i;i'll'',S on  l.llil'lliAl,    'IKIiMS Wiile  III pull' III.II -, .111.1 -eii.l -Iiii n inn  Imiid-,'iin.'  i\iu\ -,ne Wi.ipper- loi I'mmiiihui*.  l.'UV'Al, (iKOVV.N St'A I' bus uti cr-liiil  on "the market. Ilrop un a ("iril and  we will imiil you a r.iit.n.logui;'illustrating the beautiful prumiumtj we oll'i-r.  The Royal Stnip Co.,  Vancouver, B. C. Limited  v^m. Flemmg,;^,,^,!,,,,,   p0(jket   Micposrjpe,  WImiI'    ti*     ui'l   |!i f till j  Meat Merchant.  Li  (,. lit I I.' U'ein)  ii-i Iiii lo  r-innci-.i in cx.iliiiiiliiK .-.'.-Clin ll.J.t i^i.ii..������.  (ii-cln.r.list-i       " M-i;c������ fm' Insr-cl.-;.--  (l.ii-.leii.'iM- " pl.ii.tj. fi.r.in*"*cl*������..  Ti-M.-lii-i-s .mil .Scholar.-, in ^tuilyiu'K !*)ii������'i>'. ".1  Kvi-i-ylmdy in ;t liuiiilrcd'illHurent, wny-i.  Ii    and    v.aiiu:   in     St.-i.t: no  First St., Revelstoke.  STONE & WELLITGTON .  K.inlliill Nni-niMi'AlovurS'.idmtrijjl  TORONTO - -       ONTARIO  Kootonnv Loillto No. 15 A.F, & A,M,  **--< Tim   icKulur   mci't  Ink'-- ill-.: Iiclil in tin  JlHMiuio ,'l'i'iniilo'  Jildl'Vllou-H Hall, on  lln tlili-il Mdiiiluylii  ouch inijutli nl b  |i,in. VlhllliiKlnoUi-  inn ii.iiilliilly will  cninpil,        ,  C.'a. IMlOliUN'IHIt, Si.i:l(l':r,uiv.  * SELKIRK LODGE, NO  12i I. O. O. F.,  JMijiiIh ovory TuoHrtii)  ovi'iilni,' in' Sollilrii  Hull ut, U, o'clock.  VIhIHhK IjroLliitill coi  dliilly Invited to ut  Icml. '   ,  .1. MATJIIB. Sue  (!. I).  I'AUMKU, N.O.  Kcil Khku.'I'ckii'u mi'i'li m'i'iiiiiI und fuiirlll  I'liesiliiyf.Lnl' ciii'Ii inniilli; W'lillo Ituiu llrKivo  iiii'iIh'IIiIiiI Tin'Mliiy of ciii'Ii i|iiiirlci'. Inddd  fl'llllW-l llllll, f VlnlllllH IllUtllll'll  WtllfllllllSy  ,IAS, I. W'OOIIIKIW, .      "  I'l'l.Hllll'llt.    ' '��������� '  J. .- S AM-S ,0 N    ,  ,  Paintoi1, 'Paporliangor, Signwriliir  "   ivAI.SO.MINMNO' DOiN'K.    (>  Ordi.'i'h I'eeeivi' prompt attention.  Sen.nil strei'l,,     -     .ItHVULSTOKK  W. A. McDonald  ' l-JjA.VriSltlSK .feJIIMGIvLAVKK''  '- ,    .    ,     IMOVKI.STOICIC   '  ' ,      ���������'  fThd only llrst-cln.sfi iilii'stoi'or'in town'.  Let me know your  ri>(-|iiiiomenta.    A  Carload of Lime just inipoi ted.  AGai-  , load of JJrick unilor order.   ,  TlieJBestlce Cream  In the Oit-y is to'be hud al,  WAH GHUNG'S  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  ' '' .GOOSEBERRIES '.  BLACK' CURRANTS  '���������  RED CURRANTS!  THE CITY EXPRESS  '. E.W. B. Paget, Prop.'  Prompt delivery, of |-mcuN, baggage,  etc., lo any pa'rb.ol' the City. , '  Any, Kind-of Transferring-'  u- Undertaken.* - "  TULIOI'IIONE'NO. 7.  |S)  8���������^ A TC MTQ        Tr.-iclcni.irk*,  |���������tr\  I   QIN   I   Of, und Copynglils  ' ,    olil.lined iu ull conn I i-i.js.  ROWLAND ^BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Atlorncy  AIcolianic.il ^\lloi ncy und KiiKinoci.  Koom ,'l, Kihlioldllllock, (li,iiivill..*ht., ii(*iir I'.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  po-.lci.id   will '.uciiic nn cvcnniK ripiiniiit  nii'iil, l.n llio-.c who c.inliol lhII dm iiik I Im d.ij  WOOD YARD  I have Marled a permanent Wood  Vanl on Thiid Miee!.. With my paM  expel ienee I hope tn'liu in a pot.il.ion  to hatisl'y nil leipuieiiKMlts ol cilfetom-  ei-t.. IJry cm dwooil kepi, in stock and  supplied in any lengths at ,reduced  pi ii'i'ti I'or cash. l  It. SANSON,  Halcjrcn Hot Springs  ^Sanitarium. '  tinder I he new inaii.igement of  llutuv   iM< iN'i'o.-sti';    llollmin    House  Itnsskinil.  mllK iMKI)I(;aL WATICItS of llal-  L cv.iii ,ii e 1 be most curat ive in Ilic  i.mill. A pei-lecl, ii.lI in jil lemedy I'm  nil Ni'i miiis and Mum iilar diseases,  l.ivei', Kidney and Sliiniaeh ailments  ..nd i\Iel.illii' l)(',isoniii}>. A, sine cm-e  l.n-   "Thai   Tueil    lreelin^."     Special  I'.'Lles on    all    I Is   and   ti.ims*.    Twn  mails ,u ni.' ,in.l dep.nl, every ilay.  Tele^i.i li (-1,i.11111111i(,-111.)11 with ail  mat Is nl  l be  u-oi lil.  TKIiJI**,    !pl-   In   .-jllS   per week.     l''oi  Iiii I Ii.t |..<t In ul,u-s apply In  llAltl.'V  .MclNTOSII  H a ley on Hot Sp ringj  A rrobii Lake. 23. C.  Synopais oi RoRiilations  lor DlsposlnKlo  Miuoittls on Doiiiliilon LuntlH in Muni  tobn. thu  Northwest  TorritorioB nnd i  tlio Yukon Toi-rlloey.  Coal.���������Coal innds imiy be purclinsed al  110 iier uoio i'or hui'I lout und f:IU lor un-  thruciUi, Not inoro tlinii IKo iicroa can  bo uc(|iilrod by ono individual or company. Koyulty nl tlio rata of ten conta  per ton ot 2,(100 poinidH Hliull lit colluded  ,011 Ulfc gl'OBH oulpul.  , Quartz.���������PortioiiH of eighteen, yinim and'  over and Joint uloulc  oinniiaiileurnoldlnu  froo miner's coi tlllcntoB may obtain eulry  for a mlnliiK locution. ,   <  A fioo mliior'u curllllciilo is gruntod'for  ono or more yeum, nol oxuoudiiiK tlvi*, upon payment In advanco OC47.D0 por annum for un individual, and fiom JDO to  $10(1 por annum ,lor a company, according  to ciipitul, ���������-  A. froo minor lmvinu dlHCOVorod miiiunil  In placo, may locuto a claim JGOOxlOOO foot  by iniiikliiK out tlio Hiimo Willi uvo leb'al   '  1 pobU,   boiulm;   lociilion   nolii'.OB,   ono   nt  oucli ond on tlio lino of tlio lode nr vein.  Tlio clalin Blinll bo rocordud wlilil'i IU-  tooa days If looutod within ton Hei bf u  , milling rocoriior'H olllco, one V.dlllonul  day ullowod I'or uvory addlt.,.niil ton  inllos or fiiictlon. Tlio foo for recoidlng  li claim Ih 15. , '  At loiihl -f 101) iniiHl lio oxpondod on tlie  oliilm ouch yoni* or puld.to thu iiilnlnK re-  eoi-ilar In Hon tlicioot. When ������5W Iihh boon  oxpi'inlcd or imld, tlio loiiutui* may, upon  liiivintJ a aui'voy iiiiido.'iind upon comply*  Inif with ullior loiiiilioinoiiu, | yrchu-io  llio land nl U.OO an licro.  I'oiiiilH.siwu may lio gnintod oy 11.: 4ln.-  lulor of tlie Intorlnr to local i. lini  conliilnluK iron and mica, also <: P",h������ , ni  llio yulioii Toi i'i toi y, of an ari'������ *oi tx.-  coudliiu lliO  ucruu. -,  Tlio paionl for a milling locatl n Hliull  |iiu\ Idu for Llits |iii) muni ol ii i<jJ ult.y ol' -i pur  Ulllll, Ol lllllKllllIri III Mill 1.1'OllllOtH in lliolociit.lun  1'lnoi'i' Mining, .Manitoba and llio N.w,  T.,, oxcoplliiB llio Vulton l'onllory.���������  1'lacor minim; olnlina K������noi������.lly aru UK)  tout aiiuuiu;'ontry luo, $5, luuowublu  yearly. On llio Noi-lli auakalcliowiin ���������  Hlvor ulnlnw lor olllior bur or boncli, tnu  .toriiu'i* buliiB.100 foot loni; and. oxtondliiK  ijoliVL'on'liifli and low wulur iniuii. J'J'lio _  lulioi* liicludoa bar dlKKinxH, but oxLonds  tinck lo llio bnoo uf tlio liitl or, biui������, but  nol cxcoodliib' 1,000 foot. Wheitt aiou.u  liovvor in uaed, cJulma WI) foot wlil-i uiuy  tin oblnliiod.  UrudsliiK in tlio rtvois of Mini.tibn  unit tlio N. \V. T.,' oxcoptlntj tlio J" ikoi.  L'on Itory .���������A Hoc minor may obtain only  uvo loiiaoa ot'llvo miloa ea.ch lor u tei m  ut twoniy yuuia, roiiewablu '.n tlio .llaciu-.  lion  of  tlio  Minister ol  llio  interior.     . ���������  Tlio leaaoe'ii right li coiillned to t'jb Dubinin trod boda' or bars of tlio rlvci below  low water marlc, und aubject.lo the ilgniu  of ull poiaona who liave, or who may io-  uulvu onlrlea tor bur Ulub-uiBa or uenoli  eltilma,* except on llio' SuHkulcliowun  lllvor, -where lhe leaaeo may diedyo lo  nigh water murk on ouch ulieninlu lease-  mild. * '* '  Tlio lebaeo aliull have a diedge la oper- '  ���������i lion witliln ono beniion lrom Hid dulo of  tlio louse for oucli Iiv^ mlloa, but whom  .i iieiaon or coinp.iny-.liua obluluoi. muro  'limn one leubo ono diedife'lor oucn lll-  icou mllea or liucLioii la au.'Ucieni.  'lienlul, ?1U por uuniim loi each ja.le ot  i Ivor loaaed. itoyully til the rule ot two ���������  iind a hull por coin collected on tuo uat-  pui ufiei   ll exceoda *5IO,00O.  lJiodtringi In Hie Yukon Territory.���������Six  louses ol live mllea ouch muy be grunted  to u freo minor lor u lei in of ..twenty  join a, ulao lonowublo. .  , Tlio leasoo'a ilglit Id confined lo the  diiljiucigcd bed or buia in lhe river below luw wuler mm It, thai' boundary to  no fixed by. Us position on Llio Isl day of  ���������Aiigin.1 in'llio yeui tof llio dulo of , tho  loaao. i>   ,  The lessee ahull huvo one diedgo In op-  of llie louae, nnd one diedgo Lor oucli  ciatlon wlllilu two yours Hum llio dulo  the inllos within six yours Hum such  d.uo. -"lienlul, *5I00 por mlle.Lui the Hist  year, and *10 per mile for each aubau-  iiuonl your.' Kuyiilly, sumo us plucer inin-  'ing.  1'lucor Mining In tlie 1'ukuu Tor ii tory.  ���������Cieek, rlvei .guleli und hill clulnia shall1  not exceed-af.0 Loot in length, meusuieu  on Llie^base'lino oi goiieuil direction o'  lhe cieek oi gulch, the width being fan  1,000 lo 2,(100 Lcol. All otlier plucei claim*,  ihiill lie !!AlluutiC|Uiuu(1    ,       ',        ,l  Cluhna'ure murked by two legal posta,  one ut each end, beuilinr notices, "lintry   -  niual be obtulnod wllliin ton daya, if tlie  cluliii  Iu  wllliin   ten  mllea of  mining r������  center's   office.    One ,oxlru   duy   ullowr  lor euch uddillonuf leu miles or fructlvn.  Tho poisun oi i-oiiipiiiiy-'blulilng u ciuha  nn is i hold a fieo miners cei tllluile.  The discoveioi ol a'new mine Ja entitled  lo .i cluiin.ol  1,000 Loot lu length, und K  ,the p.uly consists ol two,  L,D00 Icel altogether, on the oulpul uf wlncn no royalty  sli,ill  be  chuigod,   lhe leal ul   lhe  puny  lOidimuy claims only. ' '  lOntiy  Leo, {10.    iloyully ul the lute of  Lwo nud uuo-li.ill   per cent on  lhe  vul'j  ol lhe gold shipped lioni lhe Yukon Tui  rltoij   iu be paid  lo tlio (Joniplioiier.  No ftco mliiei- shall iOlcIvo u jsumt ������..  moie llian one mining claim ou euch Hep.  ci ale ilvor, cieek or gulch. buL the sum*  minoi may hold any iiumbi'i uL clalmj '  by puichuse, und ^lieo niiiieia m.iy wmti '  their cl.ilms lu put lucishlp b-, Illlnn  iiollco und paying loo of U. A claim may  be abandoned, and .iiiullicr obtained un  the sume clock, guleh ui river, by giving  notice  und  paying   a  lee.  Woik m us I bo done on a claim e.i'.a  yeui   lo lhe value ot ut least ?A>0.  A ceiiuleule Ihul woik bus been-dune  musl be oblalned each yeui; it not, un.  claim sliall be deemed lo be abandoned  and 'open lo occupation and unity by A  Liee minoi.  The bounduiios of a claim may be 1'^-  fined ubsoliitcly * by huvlng a -sur������-jj,  made und publishing notices In tlio Yukon  Olllci'il Uazetle. <  i'elioleum.���������All  unappioprnued Doai.il-  lon   I.uiida  in  Munitobu,   the  Noi th-w<m:  Teuiioiica and within   Hie   Yukoi. 'tern  loiy uio  open   lo  inospoctiiig for prtrot  eum,  and   tho minisloi   may   ieociv.   tot  un  iudividuul  or  company    hhvmg    ^ia-  ehineiy   on   tlio   land   to   be   /irosvecteu.  an aiea  oL (ilu acies.    Sboubi   me  pru������-  pectoi   discover oil  In puylns  iiuunULl.-*,  and satisiactoiily esiuollsli auch OJgco.  ery, an 'aiea not exceeding 010 acies, in  eluding the oil well and such other lanu  as  muy   be  determined,   will   be  sold   to  the   diacoveier   ul   the   rate   of   {1.00   aa  acre, subject to loyalty ut sucli rate u������  may be specified by ordci-ln-councll.  Department   of   the   interior.   Ottawa,  W. W. UJltV,  Deputy of tlio Mlnlutoi of the l������i������. ji.  Tlio Master Mechanics I'uro Tur Soi|. heals  and siiltcu*. the sUin, while l.ionipll.i clo.iusiug  .lot gicasc, nil, rust, etc     liu.dii.ible for mo,'  li .inns, fai'iu.'is, spoi tsincn.    Kico sanipIeoC  LiTipl of -c. for postage.    All.oil, Toilet doup  0., niiitiul'.ctaiicts. Alt.1.1 ii'.il.  A little foietboiiyht may save you  no end of tiouble. Anyone who inakeb  it a itili! to keep Chamberlain's Colic,  Chuliir.i and Diarrhoea Remedy at  band knows this lo be a fact. For  sale by all druggists.  It should be fcomc lu mind that  every c������ld weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and prepares the  ���������ystrm for the more eericms diseases, ������.mong which are the two  j--reste.it dcstroyerB of hiun&a life,  pneumonia nnd consumption.  has won its great popularity by its  prompt cures of this most common  ailment. _ It aids expectoration, relieves the lungs and opens the  secretions, effecting a speed/ and  permanent cure. It cooatemcta  any tendency toward pMtuoonia.  Price 25c, Large Sixe 5������c.  NEW BARBER SHOP  .1. O. Aliii'i^.in will open   bis  new Hat ber Sluip,  FIRST STREET  On .Monday, .May 1st. Old Customers'  .mil new can depend on teceivmg the  liesL .itlentioii.  SSmSS IE-J-Bourae  Boots and Shoes,  Men's Furnishings,  Ready-Made Clothing.  ^  m  r  '   j. 1  'W  M    ���������  (i  ipi'  '<f**r������  fK'i  FIRST STREET,  WEST. Pa  '������{  I)  THE KOOTENAY KAIL  <, wt>  /.'fit-?  Cream  '   .ST  ,.  Made from Grapes  21; jy Cents -:���������  , a. pound can ,  ' '       '     '     ',  1     i    '.     ���������  25 Cents  a. half-pound can  Ai al! grocers  For fifty years Dr. Price's ,  Cream Baking Pb'wdenr���������h;is  been the standard.' - It' is  the greatest aid to-perfect  household cookery.  With   least   labor   and.  trouble . it*"'makes all hot-  breads-, biscuit   and ��������� cake  of finest flavor'; light, appetizing and wholesome.  MINING MATTERS  r r     * "* &  ''- THE SILVER DOLLAR.   .  i The ptirty -of- bluiibiiolclcr-s ini' tlio  Elwood Tinworkcrs Alining Co. who  'examined the Silver Hollar expressed  themselves well plati-cd Vvith it. Mr.  BottorlV siiid (o the Miner:��������� ���������  - "Our company is1'now 'very strong  linuneiiilly, und,, what is bettoiyovery  -gliiirchokler in the lOhvood-Tinworkors  Co.J-ulccs the greatest interest, in the'  company, nnd wc can at1 any time  raise, funds shindd/such an 'exigency  arise. Wc'. have ptosecuted develop-  nicnt vigorously, and ;wc now "have it  lotof giound opened up, and it will be  b,ut a shoit linnyuntil we will be able  to'produce enough-ore to keep a ten-  su'unp mil) running continuously. Wo  have 'purchased a stamp mill of the  latest anil most app'roved type, which  will be installed at the propeity cither  this1 full or, next spring. In addition  to this we have a, sawmill that is now  turning out lumber, which is being  used in the erection of buildings'at  the mill site, and wediave a compressor  .that is now in course of erection.  About 17 men are now on the payroll,  but we calculate to double that force  by the first of September, by which'  time.the compressor is expected,to be,  ���������in operation'.       4  "As' you are aware the big lead t\ve  "have been diiving for'during the past  tlneciii K'Ui mi.iu lis was tapped a few  days iign, aiid Ks ivitaiiily a'massive  'body ol (|UniU. "The miners' have  driven intuit for .i matter of 1*2 feet  and there is nol a Mgn i>l lhe other  wall yet. What the average value of  the ore in this lend i> we cannot tell  at this time ns no assays of it have  been made, but we are taking a sack of  samples back to Elwood -with us for  that purpes-e. The ore .-honld give  good returns as it is well mineralized.  "'Fiom observation we are of the  opinion that the C-nmbornc camp is  situated in a rich mineral zone, and  there is not the slightest doubt but  that bcfoie long the success of the  .working properties will bring .this to  the notice of the outside world, when  there will be an inrush of capital from |  all parts to take up the many excellent  opportunities for investment that exist  here.''  ' ''      Monroes" of stipplv,of the inelal.  The long tunnel being driven to lap  the Utuhblcr-Uariboo vein will not he  completed till May.'-    i ' '*   j   "  Tho Miner says:���������"The'- Ciunborne  en nip is entering upon what has every  appearance of being the most prosperous era in the camp's history."  . A. G. Street, formerly of the Oystor-  (jriterion mill, has returned to Caribou  to instill the coin pressor 'at tho Silver  Dollar.'  ',,,,,  An eight-foot ledjje of- rich, silver-  Jciul galena has been discovered on  the Mammoth; tho richest ore that bus  ever been found there.'-, -    - -  -  Silver is nt flO,-copper at 'lfi^ to��������� If).1*-,  and, lead'il 13 17s. (id. in Loii'dbn. r .  ' The friends of \V. 13. Pool will beglnd  to sec, him again to the fore. Ile has  been'appointed, manager of the new  company which is to operate ' the  Lucky Jack and Swede groups tit  Poplar/ He has already secured  machinery and 'arranged for its .early  shipment' and installation ' on the  ground. He said: " liefore 'the snow  Hies all our predictions about Poplar  will'be fulfilled."  The owners of,the JMcMinville group  at Camborne have ordered n . Jifty-lon  mill to'treut the ore"on their property.  A new compiuiy,, the Camborne  Mining Co., husbeen' formed at Calumet," Mich., wjth a capital of $1,000,000  in .*f2 shares,- to - further dovelop and  operate the "Goldfinch property fit  Cum borne. it is proposed to add  another ten stamps to the mill. The  plan is to change the present nonassessable stock of the Goldfinch company and the .North-western Development Syndicate, into ''assessable stock  in a new company.  A representative of one of the largest  copper producing interests writes in  the Mining World: " The"high level of  copper prices will continue just as long  a's tho present industiinl prosperity of  the world lasts."  Lead advanced another two points  on the London market yesterday and  is now quoted at ������L-t.  ver, Victoria, , Seta tie, Portland, etc,,  the C. P. It. have established' sleeping  ear service on the Imperial Limited,  between Arrow head,'and Vancouver,  leaving Arrowhead ��������� on WedneMlnys,  Fridays .'and Sundays, and leaving  Vancouver on Tuesdays, Thursdays  nnd .Saturdays. ' .       ,  The new " Princess," to coht nearly  a i-uartcr ol a million, will be built  this summer, probably at Ei-quiniiilt,  for the C. J', J-!, service.  ���������'C. P. Jt, traffic is seriously falling  oil'in South'Kootenay, The Tribune  says: "Ten more engines that have  been doing service' on the Kootenay  lines of the C: I'. It.'are being got  ready |to,be forwarded to points on the  niainsline. A year ago (thirty-seven  engines were run in and out ol the  Nelson shops. Today a dozen do the  work.'' ' '  ��������� i n i  It is reported the C I'. H. i������ seoking  n now route 'across, Uritish' Columbia  to l he 'coast.' . 'J'he present'lino front  Kicking Horse 1'nss westward ninkos  trnllio dillioiill ou account of the heavy  grades. Yellow-Hoitd I'nss was originally selcetod for its, uif*-y"grade,- an  in'dioiilions are <thu company muy  revert to the schume if contemplated  at the time the road was just building.  The improvements of the Great North'-,  crn and the Grand Trunk 1'ncilic on  tlie very best grades have had sulci I to  do  with   the  C.   P.   K.  intention  to  -,        ,. ., .    , .      . i  change the location-of its lines.,'    ���������  rThc-U/P. {!., Grand Trunk, and  Canadian' .Northern will spend. the  enormous sum of ifidO,000,00O on.construction within1 the next lew years.,,,  Tlie U.P.K. are putting in a scheme  for'irrigating theii lands at 'Wilniei,  and liavo employed J.T. Child, D.L.S.,  of Calgary tf? carry out.the work.  <Tho Kail way Commission has np-  pointed'two inspectors, whose business  it is to go from place io piave for the  purpose of seeing that the companies  live up to ihosd'stipulations'-of the.  Kail way ,A'ct that are designed to  ensuie the''safety of-the public and  tlie convenience'of shippers. Asjiart  of Uieir'work theseolliccrs will consult  with shippers,and residents along'the  railway routes to'get'at the bottom of  all 'complaints.      -" a  II'. .Davis is appointed agent at Notch  Hill, J. Burton at Jienver, and K.  Uiquliart at Uon'ald.  General ��������� manager' McNicoll went  south Tuesday,' being accompanied Li}  Geneial Superintendent-Marpole and  Superintendent Kilpatrick. lie ' is  taking inlvootenay and Boundary. ,'  " The C. P. K. 'propose reducing the  ARROWHEAD  DRIFTS.  Oil has been struck in a well in the  city of Vancouver.  Placer mining is successfully carried  on at Hail Cieek, Nelson.  P. J.eakc informs the Golden Slur  that a company he represents will  take hold of the Monarch mine at  Field.  Oliver and Mummery, who have  been developing the Mint group at  Poplar, have struck a .splendid body of  ore, showing'free gold, seveial of the  specimens btought into town showing  gold the si/o of a grain of wheat.  G. A..Starke and 13. Jl. Washburn  report the diseovcry and 1 c-itimi of  what is belived to be one of ihe richest  and most important strikes yet made  in Northeast Kootenay, a ledge four  feet wide, uncovered in places for 100  feet, showing ore 15 inches iu width  It is silver lead, carbonate ore, itiul  runs .UO ounces in si her. The discovery was made on Tob. creek above  the north fork,  Thanks to the elVorU of \Y. A.  Golliher, M. P., the dominion government have arranged to lime an expert  investigation of the zinc resources of  Uritish Columbia and the best mean*,  of utilising them.  A platinum expert is . in ..Uritisli  Columbia to.'investigate.the.prospects  of procuring a supply, of'platinum, as  the Kussian mines are not shipping  much of the metal at. present. , 'I'lio  placers of Caribou, the Krasor, and  Siniilkaiuccn are regarded iih the must  RAIL AND STEAMER.  The Yaux liros., of Philadelphia,  aie on their-annual trip to Glacier,  and Professor Pay is at Lake Louise  with a view to ascending the mountain named after him at head of Consolation Valley.'  J. D. Parrel I, who has resigned the  super in tendency of the G rent Northern,  started railroading as a'trackman in  1S77. Between ISS2 nnd 1SS7 Mr.  Pariell was with the Canadian Pneilic  at Winnipeg and in the west, first as  superintendent of bridges and buildings, and later as local agent. Subsequently he was a freight and then a  passenger conductor on the same load.  William Cross, assistant to second  vice-president Whyte ; S. Phipps,  master mechanic, Kevel.**toke; Grant  Hall, assistant to superintendent of  motive power; and K. Austin, superintendent of motive power for Koolennya,  aie making an inspection of the  motive power of the road, and are now  in the boundary country.  Fireman II. .1. Watson was killed at  Mouse Jaw by falling between engine  and tender ns they broke apart, the  tender wheels passing over him. Jle  leaves a wife and two children.  The annual meeting of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineer;- of Canada will be held in Toronto ou August  7th. Invitations have been sent to all  the international clliccrs of the engineers, conductors, trainmen and kindred organis-alions to be present. The  meeting will aim at effecting a stronger and more perfect organisation.  It. Samson is making good progress  with clearing the new station site at  Revelstoke. :  To accommodate the present heavy  trullic from the Kootenays to Vancou-  time of the c-lmpenaL Limited next  season to 70 hours,-or 20 hours less  thun'at pre*-ent,-wliile\the,. company's  new 20 knot steamships will make the  trip from Britain to Canada in tliieo  iind,a half days, or faster time than  via New York.  The. 'Tribune says the C. P. It. is,  looking into one of the most gigantic  and extensive mining projects in the  west, of which nothing 1ms yet been  heard.  J Taving completed the two section  houses, for which he had the contract,  ,J. A. Kornaghan is now building the  residence for the district engineer, tho  site being on the hill behind the pres-  entcngincer's office.  The CP.lt. shops at Kevelstoke will  resume full time after August 1st.  The shops have also their full complement of .men. The engine so badly  smashed in the Jvickir.g horse disaster  has been turned out again as good as  new. The engine which was thrown  down the mountain side on the Sandon  grade has come in for repair and is  badly chumiged.    ,'  McLean Bros., of Vancouver, begin  work at Midway Monday on the Midway-Vernon railway, for which the  capital lias been found, and work will  sboitly be started at the Vernon end.  Cordasco, the Italian employment  agent at Montreal is suing the C.P.R.  for $30,000 for services during the  trackmen's strike and at other times.  C. P. R. Conductor S. D. McMichen  was prosecuted at Moo**c Jaw on a  charge of the theft nf if.'l in fares. He  ivns lined WO and $10 costs, or one  month impri.-onmeiit.  President Pollen, of the Kootcnay  Central, say.-construction will bo continued for IH0 miles south of Golden  to Brewer's.  The C. P. I!, hi'*- put on a twice  daily steiitnbo.it service between  Victoria and Vancouver, running the  Princcas May nnd Charmer.  Nothing on the Market Equal to  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoae Remedy.  This fact ij well known to druggists  everywbeic, and nine out of ten will  give"their ciistomeis this preparation  when the bc**t is asked for. Mr. Obe  Witner, a prominent druggist of Jop-  lin, Mo., in a circular to his customers  says: ''Theie is nothing on the market  in the way of patent medicines which  equals Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Ketnedy for bowel complaints. We sell and recommend this  preparation." for sale by all druggists  An aeronaut, nnined Maloney. was  killed in 'California by his airship  going wrong aud falling 3000 feet.  1 Krpni our own coiTOhiiowluiil.  Dr. J. II. Hamilton returned Kri-  dnv from Nelson,'where he has been  recuperating for the past week. Dr.  Cross, of Jicvelsloke has been in charge  of tlie hospital during Dr. Hamilton's  absence.  Archdeacon Beer, of JCnslo was in  (own Wednesday 'and presided at :i  meeting of the olliccrs of'the Episcopal church.' A stronuous cfl'ort is being, mndo' to liavo sorvices in this  church every Sunday, instend of 'alternate Sundays its heretofore, nnd it is  to be hoped that the parishioners will  encourage ��������� this ,cfl'ort ,liy increasing  the attendance as much as possible.  There-will bo services again Sunday  at ,11 a. m. nnd 7:110 p. m. ���������' '  Alec II. llogg,fwlio bus been with  the ' Arrow head' Lumber Com puny  .���������ii'nce the building of their mill here,  left Wodnesdnyi for the Const,.' During his residence ,here rMr. Hogg bus  been n proiiiinenUtind popular member of society circle.-, and hisdepartu'ie  is sincerely regretted. -It w.is unite  evident,from the "w'mhI'oIV" given him  at the station on Wediio.-d.iy thiit Mr.  Hogg carries with him the best wishes  of this community.     o ���������**  The Piper made an emergency run  froni Coinnplix on Thursday evening,  bringing in an accident case fiom one  of the Bowman Dumber Company's'  camps. i. ���������,  John Jensen, an -employee' in ?the  planing mill 'of the Ariowhend.l.uju*,  ber Compaiiy; was taken to the'hospi-  tal Wednesday evening sulVering from  a broken-leg. A pile of lumber behind  one of the mncbine.*. falling-was ic-  sponsible for the injury.    '- '    -  . Cap't. Kane,f of, Arrowhead, is, in  charge cf the ste.iinei Archer during  the absence of Cnpt. Charlie Johnson.  Wc regret to announce the lienth of  Thomas'Watson', which occuned in  the hospital here on Wednesday afternoon. . As reported in the MAii.-from  time to time, Mr. Watson was fust, ic-  covering from the injury leceived in  the accident nt the Dig JSond .mill on  the 7th' inst., nnd 'up to within a few  minutes before his death, was in the  best of "spirits -ind apparently in good  health. At a quarl'er pnst three .Wednesday afternoon Mr. .Watson .complained of a slight piiin in his injured  leg, and while this was being relieved  suddenly passed nwny.' It is supposed  a clot of blood foi med in one of the  arteries and passed to,his heait. 'Miss  klice Watson, of Nanaimo, a sister of  deceased, was immediately communicated with, and the .linn 1 rites have  been postponed'' pending iier -arrival,  which is, hourly expected. ��������� Mc.-sis.  Howson it Co. have clurge of lhe  funeral arraiigcnunls. Mr.. W.il'-nn  was a native of Ontaiio, buying'been  horif neiir Jtiolnnond IIill, :i few miles  from Toronto. For the pnst few yens*  he had traveled considerably in ilic  United'Stales, and came to Ariowh.nd  from Spokane, Wash., whore he was  engaged :is sawyer in one. f tbel.irgest  mills. J)eccased was 32 years of age  nnd very popular amongst his fellow  employees and the townspeople bore,  and his sudden demise has left an  aching void in the hearts of n host of  friends.  '��������� ,-t  ' ' VimtJOO"jaot*JOC|V  tratmroayntnnronti zr. ��������������� ���������* ���������;   T*.:aci *r,i c  kit as. Hke'Meaning of'  *&���������  fb?9  HBakacsa-  Flour.  A pcrfciilly "bal.-iiicccl" flour is one which contains the  groalc'l amot'iU of nnliin f:nl in,ils most easily digestible ,form.  No single veriest/'cf wlsc-Tr will produce "well balanced"  fiom'. Il to /Acs lhe c;,rciul(,selcc'lion of different kinds., i  ��������� The infers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR  have more llicn.a hundred elevators, scattered throughout the  (jrcnlcsi wheal (;:*ov.''.'3 couti'.ry in tho world,' which enables them  I i secure lhe vc.v pick cf lln wheal, that will yield perfedly  bJcnccd Hour��������� ���������, .  1���������Th': kind of flour that produces' the beft, the Iarge.<t  and lhe ii.'-'ongc'iil lo.if��������� '    ", ��������� <   '   .    '  ' '���������'1 he Kyif which contains the greatest amount of bone,'  muscle a;: J l>\\ in-melting; protein and the lowest percentage  of waste. '' ,      s '       ,    p        ��������� , '  ,    , ROYAL HC USEHOLD makes" bread 'which reduces /  the labor of di^coticn���������and gives greatest nutrition,for least'  1    it       " ���������   ,        '' ��������� "  stomach ellort.    ', ', - , *���������-',.-  It's the "balance".in flour lhafmakes bread easier to digest  ancl gives il many oilier qualities which are usually attributed  to other causes.'. ' ���������   ,    .'  Og'ilvio's "Royal Household"FlouE"  1  High Standards.  The high standard of workmanship  demanded by the makers of the New  .Scale Williams Piano hare attracted  to them tlie very best of skilled labor.  Every workman in their large factory  at Oshawa is an artist in his particular  line, and the pride they all take in the  product of their united labor "The New  Williams" is one of its best guarantees  of excellence.  .  -OU'LL NOT h;ivc  finothei" word to say  rc������'ardiiio- the time  your boots lust if the next  pair you buy are  LECKIE BOOTS  This footwear is ending'  the argument for eastern-  made boots every clay.  They arc strictly western;  made by men who know  western conditions from  years of experience, and  manufacture boots to meet  these conditions.  Your size is waiting for  you at your dealer's.  J. LECKIE Co.  , MAN.UFAOTURISKS,  VANCOUVER. B.C.  Ltd.  fciuL  ti.  y^UL^ ���������^C/ i^^eoc^-4^. 7c/p /ifjiof- e-unisfco(Cae/.  NnriCB IS HKUKUV GIVKN Unit Llm-lv  il.iys uriui (lulu 1 inti'iiil loapi.lj to Uin  UliiurdnniiiiissioiiLM' of Laiuls iiml \V01ks for.,  spuuml liceiisc Lo out, iiml uury .iw.ij Limljui  from tliu following dusuubuil lands in W.-s'  Kooteimy iliMriot :���������  Numbei One.      '  CoiniiiciicliiK at 11 post   planted ni'.u*  Hoy.I's  nuii'li tin tliiMJolumbui lis-ci ,ui.t   iniirki-il ' liiK  liunil   Ijiiinbi'r C'oiiip.iny's  "outli ������c-s| <oinoi  liii-l," tlieiicu nortli Hill  '���������h.uiis,  ilienu1 ci-l   HI  I'lmiiw, llii'iiuc -oulli liiO cli.iins, Llicnco west, HI  uhiiins to -mini ot (oiiiiiioiiui'incnt.  Niinilier Two.  (,'oiilluciiciiit; ut, a post, pl.iiitcil ncir  l!o>d's  i-iincli iiljout 0110 lnilf  niilo fiom the L'oliniil>i,i  rhcr  (ind. 111,11 U.hI  "Hib  r,u\ttl Lumber L'om-  pilllV's   sulllll-Wl'st   (OlllUr  |IOHl," tlll-IIUI- IMst&'l  (���������liin'.is. tlicncu north fcl) oli.uns, then.:.' west,  Mieliuiiis, lliuiiuu sonlli Ml cli.iins lo point ol  I'Oiniiiuii'Cincnl.   ,  NiiiiiI.i'i  'I'lni'i.'  ('oniincnciiii,' (it .1 post ptiiili'il onthclvej-  sliuiu tr.ul neiir Itojil's i.mcli, .il.onl, thiee  i|Hartcis of ii 111 lie 110111 tin* C..I11111I.1,. ruer ,111.1  n.iu'ke.l "IHk liunil l.ninlicr Coinp.iiij's south  we.-l corner post." Ihonee noilh 11,(1 ch.iin-  thencuciisl Klch.iin-, tliumu smith liKKcliiiins  llii'iKU ������esl III uli.inis to point of commence  ment. ,  Niinilior 1'inii'.  I '0111 Mi.'n.:hiK ilL .1 post, pliiiilcd iili.int one h.ilf  mile \m;-I, nl the ������e-l. Ii.nik i.f C0I11111I in liwr  1111 lln; west lii-iiiiiliuy of Jolin Nel-on's i.uieli.  mid nmil.e.1 "llil? Hend l.iiinhcr Coni|i,inys  Miiilli-uusl coiner post," thence noi Ih IIW chiinis  Ihi'iicu ueit HI eliinn-.. I hence south Kid cliiiin*..  Ihence   fust   Id chains   tn |inlnl of (oiiinieiic.-  luij'yi. ������!<���������  IIKNI) I.UMIIKK CO. I.U'.  SEE  AVing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese  ancl Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke of  useful and ornamental  articles:  Tea services ' Klmvcr I'ols  Plates unibi-cllii Stands  llaskels Lunch llaskutH  .   Cnnu ClM.il a SmokiiiK Jacket*,  Hiindkcrohiof*. Silk Good*".  GOLD FISH  Kinest,slock of candies and fiuils in town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  ���������1���������BUim  I'ui-ions ri'(|iiiriiiK ������ Ripply ������*!''*-���������-;,.c',u'  dopimd nn Kfttinit it promptly   limn  OtlSlc  OCEAN   STEAMSHIPS.  Royal Mall Lines.    '  Cheapest Routo^to the Old Country.  ' ALLAN hlNK-Kiom M0nlre.1l.  Viildmin    June 2:?  Tunisi.m        '.    111110*10  VMill un luly 7  lt.mii'i.111 .  .  .' luly 11  llAN. 1-AU. ATLANTIC S. S.���������Kroni "Montrc.il  Monluise         June 21  Idikc Jlieliiuaii     T Jul} 1  .Minim Temple luly .'i  DOMINION LlNK-rioiu .Montrcil.  ICunsiiiKiuii     June 21  C.in.ulfL    July 1  Soiiihu.ml ' , Julys.  Dominion         ,     July 1 j  AMKKICAN LINK���������Kiom New York.  I'liil.idelpliia ' Iiine.'l  toi. r.ml 'ul}  I  Ne������ Vork lul} S  St. Louis luly I.'.  WIlll'K STAR LINI-'.-Kiom Nc������ Vork.  Teuionic luiie'."!  Oci.unu    luly.'.  .Majestic  July  I-'  Cediit lub l������  ClJ.VAltll LINK��������� l-'iom New Vork.  i-:i t in 1.1  iuiic-ji  ('.unpinua     I"'} I  IJmhiia li'**  *  l-iconli luly II  I'.wiikci-nickeled llnoiik'li to all parW of  tJie.it Uiitaln and Ireland, and nl specially low  iatc-lo all p.nLs of tliu Kiiropean contmeiit.  Apply lu nearest railway or ������tuain>liipaKCiit 01  W. BRADSHAW.  Agont.   Rovolatoko  P. F   CUIHMINGS,   Paoinc   Affont  The Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  TIME TABLE  (IJtn-iiiK si'ii-nn (if liinil uiitcf)  l.c.ivi' Kic.iiT-AIii.i: IjA.vihi.vci euch  TUKSDAV AXIJ KltlDAV nt ft n. 111  1,1'iivo I>.\   I'OHTi: each  TUKSDAV AND I-TIIDAV .it '2 p. 111  KI'KUIAI. Till lJS will I... in.id.* Iii--  Iwi'i'ii dntus i.f ri'Riil.n sailinfr wlu'ti-  I'vi'i linsini'ss (ilVi'ii'il win i.ints .-,1111c  Tin' C!oni|i,'Uiy leservp the right to  (.���������liiin^i' t'tinu and dtiy.s'of sailing without notice.  FOUSI.AN'D,  Jldster.  F. S\VANSON.-".  Pur-iet'  HENRY'S NURSERIES  NEW 01101''  iio.mi: nuowx and impohted  Garden,' Field and Flower- Seeds  '    THOUSANDS OF FRUIT  AND ORNAMENTAL, TREES  UllOUODKXniiONP,    KOfc-Es,   GllBEN-  iiousj: anij uaudy plants ,  for Spring planting.  Cut Flowers. Floral Designs, etc.  REE 'HIVES AND SUPPLIES.  FERTILISERS.  EaMi'in prices or le-s.    Whitp  labor.  Catalogue free.  Buy Direct���������Save Agent's Commission  M. J. HENRY,  :������J10 Westminstei   llo.id  VANCOUVER.       -       -       li. C.  BRICKS! BRICKS!  Thf lio-L Clay in Okanagan Valley,  Wi'll-lmrnt Uriclc in large or miiiiII  (|iiantiti)*> alivii*>oimhl<i pi ices.  ENI)EIII3V JJIIIOK &TILK CO.,  IKHji'lT , *      Enderhv, H. C.  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paid  F.   B.    WELLS,  Extorter of Purs.  "VTOTICE i*- herehr ������i\en  Unit, 30 dnjs uTUir  1_\   (i.itc, wo i'l'.enil t  (i.itc, wo i'iteiid to applj to the Chief Com-  mir^ioner   of   L.mds and   Works forasiwcial  cut and carr> nn n*.* timber from tho  iip~cribc*<l laniU   111 West Kootenay  hccii-c t.  followit 1;  di-trict:���������  C'omniencim.-al ,1 jx>*.t marked"]!. B. L. Co'=  northw c���������t corner 'planted on tlieeasl -tide of Hah  River, about three and a liiilfimlc.-; from Be.iton  on the Camborne rixul, thence east SO chains,  thence .south SO clinins, thence went SO chains,  thence north SO chains to the place of commencement.  Dated this '3rd day of June. 1005.  BIG BKND LU.MBEU CO., LIMITED ,       I  il-  ���������a,  \a n  rn  pre kootbnay:matl  h������  s offL f-  Spring  /  ,    CONVEY   A   WARN I NO      .  ���������    '     ,  tli.it ceituin iiilnient.s: gonernl  ' del.ility, dyspepsia,  rheuma-  tiain,   liver  complaint,   etc.,  '. ' need attention.  There isn't  anything  hotter  than  a   bottle   of   run 'Wn  P      rv\ ,        , i  Ionic  ���������',  Hypophosphites  1 'Miide of the,il.est  drugs and  ciuefully ccnipoiinded.        '   ~  Only $1 for a Big Bottle  ���������i f  CANADA DRUG &  ���������:���������'. BOOK CO.  BORN. .  JU.VIKJ.S.���������On   July   21th, to Mr. and  A. G. niuiicls, a daiighter.  ~    "    died"        7  'KomxsbN-.���������On Jtijy *>r>tli, at Kevol-  ' fctokcjPcRrl Agues, daugh'lci of Mr'.'  t "and ' Mr-,. .1. H.o Uobins. n. aged  , nine yen is.  Local and General.  The conir.ict fur the cnlaigement of  rit Peter's Kictoiy has been an arm d  toj)'. McCarthy. * a '  Co/ad'o ciicn.s.wiir.ippear at Iluvcl-  Moke~Monduy.' -It ia a -show,of 'dogs,  ponies, monkeys and goats.'  On and aftei Oct. 1st the County  Court of Kootenay will be divided into  ' two districts, Eiint and West Koole-  'W.., .'���������,.'  ��������� A" I'. S. patent ha.- been issued to ,1  E.rLi Im nn,'kevelstoke, on im'piovi'd  gage for mciisming \icui* of railway  tiriip.- ..'���������)'  Tho new flume at the power house  will, ho .completed middle of ne\i';  week.nnd the electric lights turned on  end of week.  ' \Yo hnvo positive "infoj mat ion that,  trout jiio being (leMiii)ed by dynamite  on Isinic Crock,'and this'is a piaolieo  M Inch should be iiiitnodiiilcly snppiess-  od. Wo shall bo gl.ul io|>i\piho police  llio infoimation al uur disposal and  mist I boy will takonoiion,       . t>  The Amori'oan movement foi iccl.i-  nialion of lands on Kootenay Wivoi,  siul.li of the Hoiindaiy, is not yet  abandoned, though I be scheme bus  changed fiom turning Kootcnny livei  |into the Columbia at Canal flat, lo  widening tin* Kootenay moral the  f.ilNhoas to Ion pi, lis level in high  water. ( ,  l'1iiititer piuticulai's of (bo Ino at  Senator linstock's house show the lue  originated on the toofuvei the kitclion.  'J'he lire siiread so inpidly very little  win saved, the loss including valuable  fuinituie and English gifts. The  imploment shed anil toot, bonnecaught  ,lhe but won; Mixed, jxlticli sympathy  is, felt with the Senator aud M is.  ll'istock ih'thoir Ids.*,. '   ' -"~  * '     '  Tliei'oi.sii  big contrast between tho  manner in which tho dominion and  the pmviilcinl goi'oinnii'ntN handle  forest, files, In the dominion bolt, A.  Mcltiiu, as ranger; bus men on the spot  immediately, and in every'case the  spiead of'llio (ire bus'been cut olV.  lint iu provincial ton itory the Mc  Bride government have taken no .steps  to protect the inieie.its of the lumbermen,or settlcis, nnd millions of dollars  wort li of provincial tinibei aio dos-  tioyed annually through the gi'oi*-.  nCgligenee(of tho. govern incut. '  Sunt.   Ruinous   caiiie   iu   fiom   the  ���������   ���������*; ' i.     i  Stiindiiid ibis week nnd   lopoits foieit  files raging at Kive   JMileand   Kiencb  Creek.    ,1. Sweeney li.ul the Five Mill  fire under, but   had to   go  to another  point and.I he   liic  got. nnothei ,start  and was doing much   damage   .is Mr.  Rumen- cune thiough.     He asked F  Ki.ise'i, govenneiit agent, to send men  at once ' to counteiact these Ijies, but  Mr.   Fraser  said   he could'-not do  so  without   special    authoiity,  and ,Mi.  Kumens   wuod    T.   T.iyloi,  M.  P.P..  urging him to get  fiom Victoria  the  necessaiy authority.     ''  We  legret   to  have  to leebid   the  death on Tuesday of -Peail, thei nine-  ye.ir-old duughter'.of  Mr. and   Mis. J.  JI. .Robinson.    The cause of death was  meningitis.    Much  sympathy .is  felt  for Mi. and   Mrs.   Robinson   in   their  bereavement.    The funeral took place  ,on Wednesday   under the  aii������pico.s of  lo moot, Mis. Moioioi oi Tow kosbiny,  Kngland. Mi.s Mereier g'lxo a xeiy  inloie-ling inldiess on I he practical  woi k of (wo gieni societies, vi/. "The  Ciiili" Fiiondly S-oioty," and "Tho  Mother Union." (       ,  Thos., Moiodilb, of Vanoouvor and  Saskatoon, and diiee'toi of the Anoiv-  heild laimbor (Jo., is milking an  extended visit to Airoxvhcnil. 'Mr.  Meredith in a laige i.mcli owner and  bus iiiinioioiisulliorcoinmoicial utidoi-  takings in lhe , .NorthwoM,. Ile is a  cousin ol Chief .luslico Moiodith, of  Ontaiio, nnd has i ison by bis own  cxeitions to his piesent, position.  Tho Voinun News says. " We logiet,  to chioniole the sad death on (be  even ing of the 21 tli. of Mis. 10. M.  Caniitbets, of JColowiui, a liltle over a  year aftei sho 'leflf Knglnnd as'a bride  The cause of death xvas pneumonia.  The sad .ciicumstiinceh of the death  aie aggravated by tin; fact that ,tbo  pmontsof the deceased are now on  their way to visit her." The heron veil  husband is a brother of Dr. Carrtilbei.s.  formerly of Revelstoke, and has the  heitilfolt sympathy ol his many fiiouds  in his beioavemeiit.      ' '  ���������.   CHURCHES.  At, St,.Peter's Church last exoning  it i'i evensong service xvas conducted by  Ven. Archdeacon Beer.  ��������� Tomorrow, Sixth Sunday after Tiin-  ity. Services:8a m., Jloly Coniniuninn;  11 a.m. nnd 7..'10 p.m.      '   r<  IC.vov CiniKCii ���������Rev. Air Lung will  conduct the usual sei vices on Sunilay  "t 11 a.m. and 7-.-J0 p.m.  ' ,    \  iSr. Amiui.w-'s Ciiukcii.���������Soixicos as  usual at II a.m. and 7-.'10 p in. \,  , Mi-'iiioi-im' Ciiukcii.��������� A fotinor  p.istoi of il.e chiu'eh Rev J. A. Wood,  of Salmon Ai ih, piesidcnt of the B 0 ,<  conference, will conduct the sei vices-  ou Sunday.   ' r       i  Business Locals.  Whon xiitt want IGK loll llulchison  and'you will got il in quick Older.  Carpets, Squares, P.tigs, Linoleums*.  Blinds etc. at' ,'Ioisson's Fuinituie  Stoio. " '  1'iiiato funds to loan on real ostulo  security, Apply lo Scott, and Biiggs  Barristers, Kevelstoke, Ii. 0.  Go Calls al llowsnn's Furniture  Sioie.  Family lletald nud Weekly Slar  and Kootenay Mail all to end of 1!)0.")  or'.il.f-O. Kond in your subsciiptibn  as soon as possible and got the best  newspaper value ever olloied. Address  The Kooti:n,xvM.\ii,, llovclstokc, B C.  Firslclass supply'of ICF may be  had fiom J. (J. llulchison.  i f o  Voiii ,cictlll is good for furniture at  llowsons. , ���������  Clark's Pork and Beans in Camp  The. ideal food foi an outing trip is  Clark's delicious Pork and Beans. Always ready,,  fie and 10c tins.  Sunday Dinners.  A specially  will he "mad.,   cil'   Kundax  diiini-i s ai the Union I lot el'.   I'lice aOo,  c       .MILS. Mck'ITTKICIC.  COZAD'S    ���������'  FAMOUS CALIFORNIA  SHOWS  ,    Will-exhibit in lloxelsloko on  Monday, July 31,  UNDKI?   .MAMMOTH  WATKIi  PROOF TliiNTS  YODO FUJI  ' has I ('opened a      .  ���������  RESTAURANT  on McK(;ii'/ii'Avonuo.  Open Day and Night. First-Class Service  ]."'"(c      ���������  <$M>?:& P-*%>~>  Bevftlstoke Bestarat  Clocks! Clocks I  S-Oay, Half Hour   Strike,  ,for  ���������ii'l.Ol) only.     I,united   .Number.  J. Guy, Barber  Richard R. Copeland  , .lOIIISINO (lAIM'KNTKK  AND  (JAIilNKT.MAKIOK  iMnntlo.s, Shelving. I'^ly .Screen*., o  Jobbing Promptly Attended To  WEDDING.  the Eagles, of which  Mr.  J-tubinson ie  EdwiHdWIijinper, lhe mountaincei, | a  prominent'  member. 'The.   colli n,  xvieatho.d in floxvers, xvas taken to the  Catliolic church, xvheie' the llev,  Father     Michells    held   mass,   and  is again spending the season in moon  t-ain - esploi-ition,' makiiTg liis , head  qunrters at Field. ��������� -  P. Burns aud Co   have let to W. G.  ' Gillett a  contract  for  erection   of ni  brick building at Kovd-md, 70ft .\ ,'IOit,  the price being !(>.'{,:)-2;j]  -, Good piogiess ia being nuulp xxith  t-he*it'V-impi(neme'nts 'to siieet^'and  tbey xxill be a' gnat 'henclif t'o tho  town.- '��������� ��������� ������ ���������,       '<  \Ycti\: is now pingiessing moie  r.ipidjy on the nexx C^J.'. H station,  four moie bncklajoi.s having .mixed  xesteulay to join tbe.woiking foico  'IbeGuinex Sloxe and Range Ci>.  have, thiough the 1..*ixmpiico Haidwau*  Company, pie������on(ed the building i i-  mittee of the Knox Clmieh xvithnne  of their " Perfect " furn.ices.  Revelstoke is not fieefiom the holi!-  up idea On Tuesday night thiee men  held up a young fellow on Second  street and demanded hit money. We  trust this sort of thing xxill bo suppressed with a linn band.  On Saturday T. McMabon's house  at the Big Eddy was destroyed by t'.io,  and a's there xxes no insurance tho loss  xv.is considerable.' Much -ympathy is  felt with Mr. .McMahon m lu? mi.sf..i  tune.  On Monday night two men smashed  .a window in tlio Clim.iv hotel and  ar-aiilt.d lb.-la k.ipei ��������� P. I., v.-.pi, .  They weie brought U-fnre ih.'d.un  next iiii.ri.iii.* .mil s.-m, |lt, ,| (,, ,,���������,.  and iInc.- monlli- in u.i.l ii-.  o. tixfi\  thence to "the grave. 'J'he following  acted as pall-bcareis: Masteis.Goidon,  II Caley, J. Fiaser, and C. Tom. _,  Toys, Toys,  We ha v.-,i Ihiih-Ii i.f ui.-cha m.-al i.,\-  xvhicb   xvt- vx ill  (Iimi i   ���������|   ,,���������j   ,,'|,|  price, as ue du not intend handling  them any nmri'. Vim uin g.-t l..\-  from K't to.-yio, ������n ooui.- alnug caily."  Social & Personal:  B. 11. Atkins leturned Stiudiiy, fiom  the coast.  ,1. I). Sibbald intends going east on  business.  Mis. .1. Palmer letuined fiom a nip  to the const.  .1. M. Scott i������evpecled back on Aug.  filli.  K. A. Bindley   has gone  to Bull.ilo,  and xxill letuin end of next week.  *Mr.   Jlaslings,   of    B.   M.   Ailuni s  jewehy stoio, took a trip ro Band tin.*!  week.  C. D. Palmer went tu Vancouvei to  attend the wedding of Miss Turnbull  nnd Mi. Stexenson.  Mr. and Mis. C. It. Skene formeily  of Kexelstokc, aie on a visit r,o .Mr.  and Mis. Gi.iha.ni.  G. *���������>. McCartei went to visit bis  family nt BantV this week, loturiung  Wednesday.  It. Bioxvn. theScutjli publisher, who  . st i<: ven sox���������runs bull.  A pietty'xvcdding took place at the  lesidence of Mr. J. Koibes, 817 ll.wris  stieet.Vancouvei, when Miss'Chai lotto  Linsny Turn bill I and Mi. 'jinny K.  Stevenson, both of' Kevelstoke, weie  united m matrimony. 'J'he bride woie  a gown of white silk tiimmed with  lace and can led a bouquet of'xihito  loses, eninations and feui. The biides-  maid, JMis& Plot a Pa liner, of Hex elstoke,  woieji sHk gown tiimmed xvith lace  .indentlied bouqetof xxbitec.iriiations.  Slie xvoie a wish bone set with pearls,  the gift of the groom. The gioom xxas  assisted by George Edxvards, of Kevelstoke. The bride was given away by  her biother-in-law, J. Blunden" of  Field. Theie xvcic numerous and  cosily piesont-j.    '  COMAPLIX.  I-'roiu i.iir..;\n c.irre-u..iKlnnt  Mi. Boxvinan, of the Bowman Lumber Co. xtsitid Gomaplix mi Tbuiday  Capt. .lohnson liaa now rotiiod fiom  his di ttr.s as captain of the S. S.  Aicher, plying between Comaplix,  Beaton and Anow head.  We were all pleased to scr- IS. Plump-  ton aiound again ft 'vill be romom-  bered he mot with a very -*e.-inti������  accident'xxhil-.L rfp.uring a pulley in  the Bowm.m LumUjr Co'*, mill a  month ago.       '  BEAUTIFUL STREET PARADE i^,1,1  PlCItFORMANOlOS AT.  2 AND 8 1'. Mt  .-p-DTr-TPQ   ADULTS.       .      -1    .      .10.'  THE GJtEATKST SHOW. ON  KAIiTll    FOR LADIES  ASD ClIILDK12iSr.   .  Third .Street. I'aisl,  Itoveli-toki  ���������Jl'ili'  JIis. J I. ,1. yilanluiry, jMiinagioss.  First-Class Table. u  Private Dining Boxes.  I ,.Un',) J J1111 l.^i <>f ,1.1 loi  li,ini|iiiils. biipi.ui-, ������(<;  Furnished Rooms To Let.  rn  W  JUSP INSIST  Your Milk Is Pure  THAT 'Vour Milk Is Clean  THAT J'o,,'rMi|k ,s ,:',cc  1 ll/l 1 0f i>rescrvativcs  and Yon Will Ordcr.UFrom  'l'l I io  Ar"  Synopsis oi Regulations lor DiuiiosiiiK o  Minerals on Dominion Lands in Alani,  toba. tho  Northxvcst  ToiTitories und  '    tlio Yukon Territory.  NAKUSP.  From Our Ovrn  ("oirrs-pondcnL  Mr?. Walter  Scott and   Mr?. Thos.  McX.iught   have  gone  on   a   trip u't  Scotland.  t W. J. Mc'intyre  and   li. M.  Fai-sell  made a. fine  catch   of  f;5 brook   trout  THIS SPKCJAJ,  RAILWAY EDITION  o   0E Tjfjii  KQbTENAY MAIL  WILL BE PUULISIJl-lD  Saturday. August 5th  HISTORY  OF    UA1LWAY      DEYICLOPMRNT  IX   1 Hi:   MOUNTAINS  PHOTOGRAPHS  if  J\ail������ay   toeni"-,   C  P.   li.  Tian^,  Steamci-, HotcN. Ollicial-,   Kn������i-  lieet**, Conducu.is, Tiiim-  nion. oie  S PAGE.-; on TONKD HOOIC PAH Kit  "     PRICK   JO CUNTS.  Ordeis for o\ti,t copies received at the  K OCT E XA Y   MAIL O KKIC10.  liovelstoke.  m-HOVIiail-'NTS  ,   .voTiJi'r  l,oin,i Hoc.ii ."MiiiL'iiil'ci.iiin, sitii.ue in tlio [{at-  clstoliu .Miiiiiif; llhiMini ol   West ICooli-nm  , ''   DisiiiLt ;,  WWl'i.* looilol: On  L.ifounu Ciei'l., IIik lleml  ���������IAICK , (11'ICi: Iiml I. G,(ii-!,-. S JlolMiloi  ,u In i; ,is.ii;uiil loi I.' K. Wjlie. Kite MinuV  ('cililluiili No. Usii'lti, ,l.,hii T -W'uoil. Kite  Aliuei s Ui'iiilic.il.' Nn. Ilyjf'il, (Itin uilu \V\li..  Kiui* ilinri'V (Viiiilcuto Nr. IISTMIJ.niiil .1. ('.  Hi.ss, |,'n>(, Aliiit-i ���������> Ct'ililKiilc No. UsTU'II in  11 nil, si\i j (l,i#\-, fio.n Ilic .lulu li.'.. nl, to n-i|ih  lu tin- iUnniiij Re.r.Kl.'i fin ,i Cuililicilc ol Ini-  pi<>\micnl-, > inr tin- iiiiip.isc ut olinnunt' f  L'niv ii (.ti.int ..I.i lie ihin e tl.iiin.  .\nil I m I hei take nolicc tli.il '.k-i iqii.  iiml. i  *^.*tl iun  1,1, iiiii^i   l.c tuniintii.'. .1 l.tfun-1 lit is  sll.llll L* 111 Mltll  ('.'I IIIK.Ue ol   llll|IIO\l lllt'llts      ���������  Diilcil Ihis lit h eliiyol .lul\,   \. D. I'm,".,  ll.'-.-plli l.KO.'-s   JliCMITI'lt.  \J0T1CI' is l.i>i.,|j5 kivuii (hit ID .In-  1\ allui (Into I int.'ml I...i|.|.lv (..llio lloui.i-  al.le the .('Inol ('.Miuinssi..n.:i ol L in.ls , ,nn|  Wm I.s l.u ,. spool,it liion*,u I., cut nnd c.nn  ,ih.i\ tnnh.'i In.in tho fi,Hi,������������������ mi; il.'sei ihcd  l.iiid-, iu tho n'm li.'ii.l Wosl Kuolfii.n liisiuul*  Coiiinien. my .Lt il pn-i pl.iui.-.l out niile^uulli  ollliii Lalui nit* 's sniiilin est posi ol Iiisi.iikIi  on (.ioldslioi.ni ,ui.l ni.nl.e.l -'(l.'ilio I. lioi in.'-,  nuilliwt'st toint'i* post,' thence south SU thinn*-,  theme t'.isl til th un-, llienec noi t h Sd tliiun-.  llioute wesl SO thauis lo Lho plute ol tout  ineiittiiioiil. . ,  IJ.itcil .luly l.ith, ItlOi.     <  IKliiikMI KDWA1M) KKUIC  '\   1'OyT OAW1) AOI)HK.SSI'JI)  TO"' US    WILL    INSUHE   A,  PROMPT  CALL J ROM   OUR  nmvmi, ,    ���������  ai.i. .milk m:uvi:ni:j) i������.orTi.i:i)  T.l'LEWIS, Proprietor.  VrOTHJi:.-, hoioln  KiM'ii   111 it 3()<l.i\s  J_N      ll.ItU,  I    IlltCII.I 1(1  illor   . .|i|il}.|.i the Cluel (Join  mssiniiei i.r Ij.iiid*. mil Uiukslor ,i -pcei.il  lic.'iii.J to cut .tii.l t.uii ,i\\,ij tinibei hoi.i ihe  I,ill,n\mi; iluitiibed l.nula in the Bi���������- Ijoud,  West  K'oolou.iy Uiblncl        t* *  ruiniiienenif; .it .i post nun ked "(,'eo Ln  tonne's N. \\. toiuti post,' ami plan led nl ,i  poinl ono ,ui(l n-qiiiiiler mile-, limn (iohKlionin  on the ti.ul, thence c,o-l 111 th.iius. Iheni c south  hid cli.iin=, tin n(.o"������ust, III thiiuis, ih inn: noilh  11,(1 th.iius to the pl.icu ol commencement.  D.UedJiilj ltltli, Hill"..  llTniih'I'l   ��������� MAL'tlll'li; gb'lN'X  h..*-Ihjoii ..ii a iiMt  to lug   biorl.fi 11.  "esiftomoon.il k'usksinook Cif-ek  Pictu  res  I.  \V.'  Il,l\ !��������� .1   l.li; WW   -l.u k   ( I.inn  li.'M ������,'.'k, ,1ml t\,,.i|.l Ii!<.. i,, ,!,.,.,  pie-.Mil slru I, |,, ni.tk������������������ I....in f.,i lln-in,  C'tuiio non .unI liu\ pii inn���������  AT HALF  PRICE.  The.-e  ,n*e  Imiimmis ,iud,   ,0.   in lhe  p.'iai, " e <l������,iys do ,-.������ u-o iidv.'i tise.  Drug Company.  A.  liii.wu, lilt on 1111 ,\   tin   hniiie.  Mi-.s   K.   II.   Hold...  ,,1   i;,.vol=t.)ko  -Cln.,.1 -l.itt, 1.-  lenomnj; old 'icijii.iiiit-  .IllC.'d .it   Ilkci'llou.llt,   I.   Ill!( I 111* ylll'.st  of Mrs. P. W   M.-.niey.  On Weilii.-d..} the ni.i 11 i.uri* w .s  culebr.it.-il ,it K'.iult of lii.ikeiiimi A  Mael-'.idden .mil Mis- M.ny .Mad.-hin  Mac.lon.ild, ������h>. me v���������-*��������� Liiijlt li. mm-  Htokc fur the hniiej m. -mi  Arrangement- .110 Ixin^ nude t.  ),'"(*ii banquet to I'liticin R.js-p ,\| |'  on bw return fiom Olt.iu.i.in 1.'e.,until'.n of hi- sciuci's III the lu;h| 1,,1  railway compelitiou. 1 be l,.in.|ii< I  ttlll be lioli-p..lltl.;,il in cli.u.i, ti i*  Mrs. .-sntli.'il.uid .mil olnl.lii u, Mis  Molten. Mi.-. UoiMis, .\li--.s l*:i 1.1 nl,  Cooke, anil Allen will i.'iuni lum.iiio.v  from ,1 foitiui,'bt'- stay ,.t r>\ L.r.n  which tho> hue j<i.',ill> oiij'.'.hI. \Ii-  (L Kdn.ird*. leiiiincd S.itnid.i} l,i-r  Ul. Melon llii^lu-, ul ,\|,m k,. |. ,  .MinnoKOt.i, 1- visitin-,' bcrc.ii-in, P \\  Mooney, -t.ilioii ,iyei.t, III cillcu .11  She ie accoinp.iiiio.l 1.^ ,\li,s1 1; \,,  Laugbliii, 15. A , of the liixh school  M.Uikato. I hoy h,i\i; bci.11 ,1II t) 11 r. r 1 <_;} 1  the soiilhein ������i,it'*s, took   ni tin- l'.,n  Lu'd   f-iii d   -ire   going   b  iih    11,1  C.P.R.   fi:   .'���������"..  ;- '-A"-rcco|ition' was"' given by M im. ]���������"���������'.  cunier at .St. Peter'.s I tec tory jo.iinid.iy  afternoon to the   ladies of the cbuicl.  If. Iiigr.iin, le.eoinoliMj foreman hoe,  is about to romrne to Kholt.  Mi. and Mis>. (1, Rulg. r, Mr and  Mm I.. .1. Kdn.irds, W. .1. Molntyrt  and .M.istei'^l Kduiiid-. spent ,*-uiid,i>  .it tiie Nakusji Hot Springs.  W. N. Poole spent ,*.. f(.������ d.tyi- visiting friends nt Tire V,tl!o_\.  r .., p.i.s>cl, I vcrytli'n^.  I 01 .irtislic cle* ;.i'i't   r.f. is., s. i^ntific  pr.visioii .ui'i   cmv|!.-mi e of ron.triic  tion,   th>*  New hi*i'p V/il!nins I'.anoit  iiiie.|iiil!.'.l 111 Cuiad-ito <l.-i-,.  Impounded  on my Farm on July 27th. ono white  pig. If *s.une is nou claimed and d.nn-  ,ig.*3 and costs paid within ten days it  will be sold by auction on August llth  127 P.  K.   PUT I*: R.SOX.  Help Wanted (Female)  VVTANTKI) -Ladies |,> ,|o plmii sei\.  VV      in^   .it  home,   whole  or  Woik  p nd  GOOD GOODS  MAKE GOOD  BUSINESS  We Have Good Goods in all  Branches.  -\rOI'l(Jl. IS irKRKUV CJIVKN th.it thiih  _!_> "days iflPi* d.iLc I intend to .ipplv to tho  I'lnef Coninii���������101101 ol h.in.ls ,in.t Works loi ,.  spi.nil license Lo 1 nl .ind t,ui*i .n\.ij limlin  fiom lhe follow.iik ile-dihod land- 111 \\ 0-1  ICoouii.tj (listnot  ���������  NiiiiiIioi Ono ' '  C'oinincn.'inif nl .1 im-l 111,11! o,l Wm f.i.H,in .  iioilhwi-l .niiiui p.1-1, .mil pl.inl. il ..I ,1 p.nnl  two i.nlos nui III ol llio Im- md h.ill 1111I0 po-l  nu tii.\ ei uinonl, I1.11I, to Mn; I., il^o I'lu^r-ton  ('lei I. thonto noilh *d, h.iins, ihoi.fe o,,si m  . h nn*-, th. in 1 -uulhHI . h nu-. t lu noe wo-t t"  . h.iins to 1 Ik pi,k . ..I (, muioiKi 111. ul  N'unilioi 'I (\n  ('.llllllltlir lilt*- .It .1 p.i-l   III,III...I   "Win    IJ(H\  ,111 - -oiithiM-I    , nine]   pus     .mil pl.inl. d ,.1  1  pom! olio 1111I0 11011 h nl I ho In. ..nil ,1 I. ill mil.  post 1,11 (>..\. 11.11101 it 11 ml Io   I'.n^ I , ilj;c, I'111^;  Ion ( 1 i*e I   I lion, t 1101 Ih Ml  (h.iins  1 hen. 1 , ..-1  su (li nns 1 !u m e   -.o.illi su . h .in-. I In uto wi-1  bit th.nns 10 Hit pl..( e hi (.uiim. ik . tin i.i.  Niunhii 'I hi. e  ('.mini. ncin���������' .il .1 po-l   i.iuko.l   'Win  i.'im  ��������� 111 s -01.tin,.st  . 011101   pi.sl, ' ,111.1   pi tilled  it ,1  pinnl out milt iimi Ih of the Ino.mil  iliilfmil,  liosi tu. (,'n\ ei 1111 k 111 11,id I,,  Hi1? I.od.;.'. tin 111,  noil h ll,u ch. nn-. I lion.,   u.-t liuhnn-  ihomi  south h^lih.illis. thouioi 0.1    Id   . h.niis  |o Hi,  pi,10. ol 1 ijinluniK. in.'i.t  N11111I1.1 K0111.  ('01n111011.ini; .it   ,.  post in.-.i k.d "Win  (.',.������  ,.n-  soutli\M-l   .0111.1 no,I    .iml pi nilod ,il   1  point  1.'eh.nn-we-l ol 1 In* -i\ .iml nnc i|ii.u lei-  mile |kkI on l,'o\ 01 linn nl I i.ul   to   Hip;   I,('iIk<',  I'linjslon thcok, 1 honoo 1101 ih 111 eli.iins, Ihoiito  e.i-l    till th,1111-   tlii'iitf-inilh In < h.nn-, llieiue  i\e-t inn 1 hams 10 the pl.u 0 of (Oiimii iitomenl.  Nil 111 hei  I'm,  Common! 111K.1L ,i po-l 111.11 ked  "W. tlow.uis  nnithwest lOi-nei  posi,'   md pl.inltd  il ,1 point  'Jil chains   e,i-t   ol   Ihe  si\ .mil ,1 <| 11.11 loi mile  post on tlo\ tiunitnl li.ul lo His  l.u.l<<>  I'iiik-  ton t'l. olc. I hem c south 11,11 oh 1111-.'I Ik m e cm  111. Ii.nn-. thtnte 1101 th Inn th.iius, ; lionto wt'-t  In . h.u 11- to the pi.ito t.l 1 0111111011-.01.itin.  Xuuihct' Ti\.  ' r.iiinni ntniK .11 .1 pn I 111.11 I.t d "Wm (Inn  .111 s noi I hcisf 1 01 .101 post, .nn! pi tut. d .it ,1  pot.iL ono mil. .tiirl Jil. h nu-..i-i .it the-i\ nuj  0:10 q 11.111, 1 mili po-l i.ullio , 1 nun ul 11,nl In Hilt  l.tdgo. rim-Mini ('it. I, th. in . iK-i llioluun-  Ihi uto-outh II'I ch.nns, Un it. o 1 i-i lllihiin-  thoiKO npilli 'll,n eliiim- in 1 In pi 1, e ol Coin  ment. moiil  > 11 nihi 1 St \ on  Cmiiiii. ik iiii; it . j. 1 I mi'k.fl "Wm. (,'on  1.1 - nt.t lliwt-I ,1,11111 im-', t.ui pi,nh.I ..,  - nt.. ��������� |������ un I .- Nn. 1 .h 1 1. Hit in 1 1,1-1 lu,I1111.-.  th, .1, , -until hiii ol,..in- ihttit, \t-i li.iii.iu-  !1������ in inn Ni Inn thin- In I ho pi... o nl . mn  li" lit . nu 1.1  I. ,t  .1 tin- -Mil .'ul of .Iiiik. Mill",  ''-' n 'I _ \OI   ('^>������_.\_V    lj..(,i_lj'i  f|MM    Mi'lll'l'  I hit Ihntj .h~- .TT|7, ",|,7|7  I      '.s<  11.Ion,I 10 ..ppli lo  ihi    llniwiii,hie   tin  I In. I I ..11 - nun 1 ".I I mil- 'inl Wm I.s I,.1  11  -p., ml ll. . 11-, I . 1 til mid ...iij   ,im.i.\   I1111I111  11',III III.' II,III,Willi' ,1. ������, Mitt it |,md- ��������� 1*1.11111101.0  in. m 111K ..I III. Ki.iilli. ii-, i miioi pt.-l of lot si.i,  nl.i,ul ! ho mil." 1 ... nf \t mi I.,),, ,nnl .il.iuit  f.,.1 1.11I1 - in.nh nf S ikn-|i, ni 1 pii-i iiijiiI.iiI  *i .I, I ,,Inn,1,11 I,,11..1,. 1 I ,,ni|,no 4 soiiIIkii-i  .......I ih.i. inn...... Hon,, 1,1-1 11,11 .1.null .. . 1 mi th In . li on- Ih, in , 11 1 I��������� .1 . Ihi.it-  ..lid On m . ->.lilh in (hciie. h, pnnil of i (im  in,. ,. in, 1.1  \  ll I- ( IH.I \llil I   1,1 Mill 1: I'nlll'iNV  ���������"���������������> I.IMI l'l IL  Owing lollie l.ii!������o inoic.if.(> in  "Oitl R.llfOiy HiiMiioi.,. \\e I111 \ c In (3li  obliged to do, aw,iy willi all old- .  time method*.-'and niMal now  machinery of the latest type,  which pi.ices lis in a pev-iunn to  cope with .in', like 001100111 111 lln.'  pi ov 1 nee'        . ...  Call and Inspect Our Goods.  A Swell Assortment to Choose  From. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  HEARTS ARI: TRUMPS  Al, I hi*, season ol I he year llio quesl ion  WEDDING GIFTS  oil on crops up.     Win I shall il he?  I lei e's* a MifjUosl inn���������  111^'   at  homo,   whole  or  sp.uo  tamo;  Y-,7, |o ,S 10 per week.    Woik sent  .my   disl.iixe,    ehaixi-     pud        Send  ��������� lamp tor full pat I iciiI.ii  li-.au-v.-i    \,VSA Af !���������'(.. CO., Afonli  'ind   Wi.ipphr  it loll  ,111.1  VV A X T K I)  I.IOK SA LIO���������l''iiie oiK,m in  o((nw.)  I1     Apply lo.Icssnp, Sr-r ond street  WANTKD-'I'iwi  (biuiiK-ioom i<uN  Apply nl Hold L'.'v.'l-dok.'.  WANTIOD-A  l.oy lodi'li*.,.,  papois  in on si, end.  Apply nl ihe Kont,.  on.iy Mail o/Tie 0.  Wwriiii  !<m\vpPitttmP'm  ��������� rent.. ��������� Apply iMi-h. R. Tapping'.  WA-VTKD TO   ItKNT-Koiir hii-^o  rooms suitable  for  housekeeping.   Apply to J. KerniiKhiui,  I'lintiiio  ll.it  III <l'g   I'.lp'T s  ( (,|itir tionei  IJ.iif-  Ofli. o   Statu n< 1  plain  Loi.-e Loaf Ar < mint S> ,1. in   J'.ip.'i -,  I.00-.   Leaf L. d-v.-i   Roll .1 I'.if'.-is  I'.'l.v . |op"s in all  ,i,;.'s  Kill, j (aids, 1'iogiariiii).-, Aletiii-  Covci   f'ap.'t-, Ju v tfril ir.ri  I'ip.'M  filf.i <���������!-  .mil    AIiIIiii.'I V  I'.ip.'l -,   1 III. d   ..nil  \ HI ,'"  I    l~   III  Ifl  OS    I.IVI  \   111,1    llotM  -N     .   1. . aft. . .1 U<     I    ml, ml    I,,    11,pit   ,,i   ||,,  ' 1 ,, ' 1 ,11,11.11 -mn, 1 ,,l 11,11,1-   11,,I >l in If- im .,  '-.,,|ll    I.I. II,.   |.|   ...I    ill,I   1   |,|'    in,|j    IiiiiIhi  ' fi . 11 1 ii.t tt. Urn. in'   .!.  , nl, ,|   Iind-   1.1   \l ,-t  , t K,.i,', mi,, I.l-iin I  I    1 ...nil., in 111^ ii   1 p������-l plmii .1  ti   I   o   noilh  I",   1,.I.II'I'.1   (hi,   l..r������ini,  -   lillllH-l. ml lll.ll  III ll  ,   'I      O. 'I    I nr... Uf,   - 'Mil ill. ,1-1 < ,11 lit I   p...|  ��������� In. in 1  ���������>hi Hi 11^1 , I, on-, lln p, 1  111 .,,1  In, h 1111-  'lo n 1   i...11 h  l. 1 1 I- nu    >|,( to    i 1-1 P. 1 l> in,  , I    I It    id if 1 a. , 111t1.11, 11,, ut. .,���������   I II,.   I 'lit d t .   nf   lull. I'm,  , lllii.i'l'l \|,ll   |i|i'|: (,.(   IV.  I  I '1 ol I v AL11 n,al id.' I Sow I, 1 it h|\  I'liilios-eil, lie-l, ipialily, sili'ci  plated tnuii 11 Is���������with sponn,  Price $3.50 each  See mn (ii'ii.'i.il   (''alalo^u,* lor  IIH) ol Iifi sni<n.'s| ions.  V'i.I K  , '      ' 1.  It'll  ili'ifi:i:\  (,i .'i.s ih..i. 11,rn.  1   ,' >   11   h, >  1       l"  . ul   11 .1 . ,.n \ ji ,\,t\   11111 In 1  I fit.Ill    II.    full..,Hi,/-   (i.-.|il,ii|   Iih'I-    III    ll ���������  Luilies and f.crits VlSllirif'f   ir.Kpillll    I'"   "l'1''''11    (l'l  .Slllf'l   01   frold  M.'irioi nil ('aril -t  'el in lal'".l, nl y| ,s  DllsllP SH {'mils   III J^lfill  ,11 id \.  The Kootenay Mail  Publishing Co. Ltd.  Printers and MamilacUirintf Stationer  REVELSTOKE, B, C,        ������g|  ( . 1.,'in 11, It,.' II 1 |���������,-l u...!,'.! ('." I,.  I,,1 lit, -  lift lnu,-,|    1...ti,1 |,,, 1     thlli',*  -"nth  'i,f      Ih, un  i,i-t   "'.  1I1.11.1-,   On 1,(1    mtllti  *t' l >\tf*   I hi in ,   \i. -d   *'. 1 ItnliH In I In   1 l,i. 1 .,I  . tin 1 1 it,, un nl  l.t'.'l luh I ,lh   I')'"  II murl'i ni'U Will l'l ' l<  IMocahnics. Farmers. Sportsmen  'I'o heal and ���������n.ftoii tin; .ikin nnd r.;-  mi'ivo yr.ra.so, nil jtnel I'll.st, rit:ti 11 s, [.aiul,  nnd im rl h, etc, I ISO ' till:   ''jMiistor    Me-  cliiinli-.'.s 'I'nf iSon p.   Albert Toilet .Soap  Co., manufacturers.  Coal.���������Coal lands may be liui-cliabeU at  HI) pcr'acie for sort coal and Ul) loi u 11-  thruclle. Not mine than .L'O ucica can  be acquneU by ono Individual 01 com-  puny. Royalty at* the iate 01 1.11 coins  per ton of 2.0(H) pounds shall bt- Colia'-o-.d  on tho gross ouLput.    l  Quartz.���������Persons of elglueeu yei.rrt nud  over and joint stock Cuinpanlea nohlnig  fieo niinei's cgi tlllcatcs muy obtain entry  for a. iiilntns location.    '  A fiee miner's certillciito Is granted for  me or more yeais, not cvc-dlny rlvo, upon payment in advance of $1 51) pei annum for un Individual, nud fiom $50 lo  tlUU per finnum toi a company, uccoidlng  10 capital. '" 1  A tiee miner having discovered mlnoial -  In place, maj locale a claim 15UUxl,'.UU lott  by mai king out the .same with two legal  posts, healing locmun,notices, one ,11  each end on the lino of tlie lodi- in- vein  , The claim shall he letoulfd ������lll.li llt-  teen days if located within tun noi ut a  mining lecoidci s ullke, one -. .oicloiial  day allowed tin eioiy aildil...nul ton  miles or ri action. Tlie foe Cor rrccoi ding ���������  ii claim Is fb. '1  At leust $100 miisl be cxi.i'iido.l ou the  claim each year or paid to lue milling 10-  coidei lu lieu Hum our. When -flUX) lias OOlii  0X|.ended or paid, the locator may, upon  having a ainvey made, und,upon complying with other i-eiiuhciuculn, I viclia.10  the land at -fl.OUiiin ncie. ������  reimlsuloiiriniiy he gianted uy Mr. lin-  Ister of llio Inluiloi- to l.icul. l. ,lma  cuiitalnliig Iron ami mica, also,,, (t'lo., In  'tlio Vulton Ton Itory, of un m-ei t.<>\. ix-  ceodliig'liitt ueies. , >  The patent lor 11 mining locutl. 11 nhull  luovidu lor llio pajiui'iit ol 11 lojullyol 'i\ pui , '  cciiL 01 I lie si.lo-01 I lie 1 tiiiluuUs ul llio luc11Ln.11  l-'lucoi Mining, .Manitoba and the N.M'.  r��������� excuptlng the Vulcuu i'cnllorj,���������  Plnooi- mining claims geucit.lly aie 100  feet s.iuiiiej enti} lee, t\ lencwable  'y tally. On thu Noith Saskatchewan  tthor C'IiiIubj for cllher bur or bench, the  foimer being 100 lent long and extending  juusoen high uiid low wutei iiiuik. The  jillur Ineludeo 'bill diggings, but extends  ���������jiiek to tho huso or the hill or Iiiu.m 'nil si  lot exceeding l,0l)U. leet. \l here hiou.ii  ,.uivei* 11 used, 1 Inlnib ^Wl feci wnv.' inn/  'm tilAiiUictl 1 /  , Uiedging in'tiie liveis ol ,Man.l. bo  un11 the N W. T, excepting the i ,kui. '  I'ei litoiy.���������A lice miner m,i> ohliiin only  .������o lenses ol live nillch cell tor a tci iu  ..I iwcniy jeais,, leuewublt, 11 ihe<l,.sc:u-  iuii  ol  fie AllnisLei-ot  the Iniei'oi.  l'ne lusaee'b light is coiitlucii to I .e suh-  .ucigcd buds 01 baib ot the ilv..i below  , ow u-uiei 111 uk, ami subject lo the nglUb .  jl all pel suns who have," ur who may le-  civ..- euliicb loi h.ii dlKblugs or bench  jlaiuib, eyecepi 011 the Siiikatchewau  Khei, ulieie the lessee may diedge 10  nigh waloi maik on each alternate leabe-  .luitl. _    " ,  \  The lebbee sliall'liave a diedge lu opei-  1 muii wilhiu 0110 seiibun fiom' tho'daie 'if  die lease ,lur each'Iivh miles, but wlioto  1 iieioou ui company hab ubLuniei. im.ro ^  than oue leabe one (Itcclrfc lor euei ,1U-  iten miles 01 liacLloii ia su u ileal  Kuiilal, ill) pei aiiiuini toi each .o.ie ol  rivei leased. Ho>.illy at the iate ci two ,  ind a halt per cent collected on tie inu-  .1111 nl lei   it exceeds -jlU.UUU '*   '  Oieilgiiig im Lhe Vulion Ten >l-,iy.���������Six  leabOb ut live miles each may be gianleu  tu 11 lice 11111.ci loi a 101111,0! tweim  jeuis, ulbo iciiewable.        , ^ ^  The   lessee's   ilgiu   u   coullncd   Lo   tlie  iubiuciged  bed 01   bins  In  tho nver  be-,1    *  low   luw   watei   maik,   Lliat  bouudaiy,'to  oe hxeil bj  its pobitlou on the lsl day 01  AuMibl  in   lhe  yen   ut   lhe  dale  ut   the  *'  lease. ��������� >  llio lessee sliall have one diedge In op-  of the lease, und one diedge lor each  ciaiiou wilhiu lwo yeais Hum lhe dale ,  Ihe iiuics within six yeais Hum 1 such  daLe. ' Henlal^flUO per mile for tlie Mist  >oai,'unil *itu pei mile tot each aubsCK  '(liient ijc.u Icujully, same as placer mlii-* ,  Ing " ,  i'lucci lMtning In tlie Yukon Teirilory.  ���������Cieek,,iivei ,gulch and hill claims shall  nut exceed ^Cu teet iu length, measuica  un thu base,line or geneial dlieeilon v.  lhe cieek ui gulch, the width being froi.  l,ouo tu Auoij leet. All other plueer claim-,  ahull bo 'JjU fceL siiuiue.     ' ; '  Ulafins aiormuiked by two legal posts,  ono at each end, healing notices.   iOntiy  must be obtained within ten days, df the  cluim  is  within  ten  miles ot mining la- '  cot del's blllco.    Ono  exLia  day   allowi.  foi  each additional len miles 01  fiactltu  .  'I'lie peihon or oonip.uiy hUiking a claim  milst hold ,1 fiee imnei a cei-Lillcale    '  Tho tllscoveiei ot a new mine ls entitled  le. a claim ol J..UUU lecL 111 Icnglli, and it -v  lhe paity coiisibib ol two, i,5iw reeL altu-  g. tliei, 011 lhe (.input ol whicn 110 ioyalt>  sliall be chin gcd, lhe I ehl id tho puny,  tiidiuuiy claims unli . ,  t   Kin 1 >   lee, flu     Itojuliy ai lhe rate of  iwi, and  one-Hall   |.ei   . eiiL on  lhe   vutv  OL llio gold shipped Horn lhe Yukon 'it,  in>>!>   it.  he paid   Lo  the Cuiupli 01.dr.  , No liee miner sliall leooiie a nuu.l .-.  tiiuie 111.111 one nulling i.litii.1 uu each d6^  dale livei, cieek in   gulch, bul Lhe sau.4  im,,ei    inav   hold   any   iiiuuhtii   of  clalma  li*,   |u.ichase, and Uee uiincis may wml  1 lion    ciiiiins    11     pai L.iei snip    u^    1111.,������  notice and p.ijmg loo ol S-    A elaim iu..)  he  atjunilouuJ,   .uid  auotliei   ubuiincd  ,,n  llio same cieek, gulch ui   livei, by giving  uuLice   and   pajlnt   u   lee  ll'ui k   iiuibL   be  dime  .111   a   claim   e <.h  loai   lu Hie value ol al leasl UDD-  A cei lihcalo thai woi k lias been du ie  iniibt he ublaincd each i'-.u, lt nut, inc.  claim shall be deemed L������ be liuaiidonf J  und open lo occupuiiuu and entiy bj *  fiee iiiiuci.  .The buuiulaiies of ti claim may be l'*-  hned ubbolatel> ' by having a Bur*-i.-y  made and publishing nonces In the Yultuii'  utiioiul Gazette.  fell oleum.���������All  unappiopnatod  Doiiiia-  lon   Lauds  111  Manitoba,   tho Noith-wo*  Teinloiies and  within  Lhe  1'ulcon Tern  loiy aie open  Lo  piospecimg tor p^ire.*  eum,  and  the  minlbler  may  lrneiv-   lot  an  individual  01   company    hu.-iiig    jia-  clilueiy   on   the   land   to   he   ,'irnnvectno,  an  aiea  ol  (,IU  acieb     Shoiil,/   the  pmo-  pecloi   illscoier oil  In  tia>-|;:g  ,'iuanililei,  and  satislaeturllj   cslaulish such  dlAcu.  eiy, an aiea  1101 exioudiiig u-lu acies, in >  eluding Lhe oil well and such other lar.u  us may be determined, will be sold u  lhe dlbooveiei al Ihe rate 01'111)0 a.,  icro, subjecL 10 tojalty ut sueli inlo >u  may be specified by oidcr-lii-council.  Uep.ai tinoiit   of   the   Interior,   Ottawa,  ll'. ll. C(li;\ .  Iirpiuy of lhe Mlulutei  of tho l,.i������..^r.  Tho .Mastoi  Alooluimos I'u.o   I'a.  i-n t|. heals  and s(,iton*i I ho skin, v\ hilt,   |iioiupll.\ cliausing  il ot gioast*. .ul, 1 iim, (I.     inialiiuhli)  loi   mc,  ham.-, taniioir.,  s|i(iii-,uiou.    Into sampled  oioiplol  'Iv. Inr |io-l.ige.   .Uhi'iL 'I'oiloL hi. ip  t... iii.niulaol tuoi s, .liinil io.il.  A lilt le foicl IioukIil m.iy .sa\c you  no end of tionblc. Anyoub 11 ho niukcs  il ,1 title to k.-i'ii (Jhambci'luin'.'s Colic,  Gholoi.i and Di.ui hoe.i Remedy at  hand knows (bin In be a fact. For  sale by all di'Ujjjji-.l*'.  NEW BARBERSHOP  .1. O. .Mm������.111 will open   hi--  now  li.11 boi Shop,  FIRST STREET  (Jn Monday, ,M,i\ 1st. Old ( tislonu p.-  .11111 nou 1.111 depend on klliiuij^ lhe  lii'st all enLioii.  E. J. Bourne  Boots ancl Shoes,  Men's Furnishings,  Ready-Made Clothing.  FIRST STREET,    ������   WEST.

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