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 ^ovincudUbvarv  i '  '���������. ��������� ''fl.'I/ V,*&" 'Jfft  ,,   ?*:il/'r'nA*il  the: eotit. victoria  i; i. i   ,i.-i iv.  VKJIOWA.       -      a. <.:.  AiniTii.iii iiii i J'liroi   ->ii 1'liui  Amuluui 1' ni ^illi.tnil Upnnnl-  cr.iiii Heated, .-iiiiiplc moras  CTTIT^.-.l      -I.  .i'i    ���������>���������(���������'  Vol. lO.'^-No. 17.  -REVELSTOKE. B. 'C. JULY. 25, 11)03.  $2.00 Per. Year  '   c  IN ALL LINES OF  Staple and Fancy Dry Goods  ��������� ���������        , i    ,' & 'i  Ready-Made Clothing",  n's Furnishings, Hats,.Caps, Boots,,Shoes  Our Geo. A.'Slater "InYictus Boot'-' is a Daisy.   Ask to see it.  Notice a Few of'Our Special Lines:,  ,'" \    ' '   IlKtiULAIt  Suits in grey aiid mixed colors, '$6.50,     ,  Suits in yrey and mixed colors,  10.00,'  1?  'Men'*,  Mui'b  Men's Suits in grey and mixed colors  'Men's Rain Coats/  .Men's  Rain Coats.  Men's Tan Boots. uM^"M Willow Calf  -Men's Tan Boots.  **   i. '     1   ,.,.. ^  ens  I an-nootsv"  Men'.s Black Boots. ,  Ladies' Rain Coats'.''  Ladies' Raiii Coats.  Ladies'���������Rain Coats.  Vici Kid...  'BoxiiCtiir....  f        r-  .Dontjola Kid,  1 1.00,  16.00,  7*75'  5.00.  5.0c,.  /too,  ' '2'-5?/  10.00,.  6.00,  :4-75-  NOW  $4 50.  7.00  7.50  10.00  5.00  2.50  2 50  , 2 00  7.00  4 00-  3.00  JUST: ARRIVED  A*  <��������� r  fine  i <  <>  assortment ,oV" Dress  ��������� CurVain'-Muslins. ������������������'  and  1 r tain  -���������f f  Kindly favor us with your mail order.  It will receive prompt attention.  ' A��������� .       .  . .. v '<���������    1       "   1 ���������  T.ijIoi Bros &Geoige, Liinitt'rt  SOCIALIST RALLY.  Address by J. H. Hawthornthwaite,  Ex-M. P. P.    '  .. . <       >  Owing'to the steamship Rogsland  heiiif,' .mounded, below Nakusp Sat-  urd.iv 1.1*4 J II. Hawlliointhwiiite,  cx-.M.lM'., of Nilnaimo, wn- unable  to jiive the address billed. However,  on Monday night an, enthusiastic  and .ippreci.itivc audience gieeted  tli.it gentleman, who has faithfully  suppoiled ,. labor's inteiests at Vic-  toii.i.      ' , f  The chairman, J W. Bennett,  opened the meetinq by stating that  he'had leceived the nomination of  thof-ocialis-t party and Unit it \ui&  his intention to endeavoi by every  possible effort to show the worker  the necessity of standing as firmly  together on the political 'field cas'  they do on the economic. After alluding to the aims and objects of  the socialist party nnchurgins upon  his'heaieis'to study,, the question  for them**cl\c& he in trod need'  mil r. oci.if ' '���������-,  wliOi, 1 efei reel to tlie legislntion  obtained for the woiker? in England and how it had in'mnny in:  stances beenfiendcied'almo'-t in-  oper.ilne by the introduction of  ami ndment<-.' Th.il 'the ������������������dciiili'U  paity ,dc.'iied that e\ery iio-mIiIc'  light should be Uluowii' upon- the  vexatious ' problems, of f the day.  The chairman ,li.id , lequested any  icpiesentatives af the old parties to  accept "-cats on' the platform so that  they.might have an~,oppb|-Utnit*, of  showing the leasons for theji belief  iiy either of^their respective paitiec,  but as thpy were conspicuous by  their absence'' lie could say-that ils  a party, the socialists ,wish 'to,rbe  fair and just, ,acting in .a gentlemanly manner to "their "opponent!*,  ���������and that the excellent report of the  tr ,     ... ' 1*     .       ,      M 1  proved. rYou may jii*=s laws until  the crack of doom but unlets you  determine to,take'tile leins'of government and enforce Jthcm ,youi  efforts are futile. ' ile then urged  upon the woikingmeh of-JRevelMoko  to take up the fight a.s' it was theiis  rind he was s-uie that they would  reali/.e that the only means whoichy  they could emiincipuio theni*el\e-,  their,*.ii*.cs and/ families *-\\au by a  concerted stnke at the ballot box.  On taking,'his seat/the appla'u������e  was spdnt 1 neous and *-inceie. ' In  res j)once M r. Hawthorn tln\ n i ie n 1 o'c  and thanked'the audienio saying  that he hoped 10   havo'the plcUure  of  addieesing "thcni   ugain  diniii"  ,, ������\     'i 1      ������ ������  the. campaign. , ,  &  Questions 'wen:  'ii.uked   and e"\i-.  dently answeied sati'-ta'ctouly.  GRAND OUTING.  ^ <^ ^ ^ ^ 1^ <^ <^ (^'^ ^ ^ ^ <^ <^ <^ (^  ��������� , S< READY-MADE ..clothing. *���������    ? ' ?  l^>  Big Horn Brand; B. C; Union Made Overalls, Shirts, etc.  Boys Suits, Boots, Hats and 'Caps.'  : REVELSTOKE STATION, B. C,    *  (tin  <^������  ' (^)  i^(^(^i^(^i^^(^(^(^<^<^(^(^<^(^(^(^(^<^������^<^  .iiiiif'^asa-SS  j   Mail  1 t  !   Orders  i  j   Uept  i  i  r  Everything in the Summer Stocks lost Go  We Will Not Stick at Prices  All next week you wil  ill be able  Baroains in Summer Goods.  o  lo get  White Wear.  Ladicb $3.00 White Skirts for. . . . $2.00  Ladies $t.oo Aprons for  " 65c  Ladies 75c Corset Covers for  50c  A collection of ladies Readv-to-wear and Trimmed Mats  Trimmed Hats, regular price $3.75, for  Trimmed Hats, regular price $2.75, for  Ready-to-wear, reyular price. $1.00, for  Ladies Blouse, regular price $1.50, for  Ladies Blouse, reyular price $2.75,/for  $2.50  1.50  50c  $1.00  2.00  bargains  LveiT   Department  in  the  house has  .it times.     You will study your own interest  for these.  to  vou  offer  look  '     LIMITED.  U  Millinery ancl Dressmaking Parlors Second Floor  Koon;x.\Y Mail conclusively |>ioved  that despite'political differences' the  editor of that paper was publjb-liinp  the news, ancl, therefore, on behalf  of the Revelstoke docal'he tendered  a hearty vote of thanks to.* the  editor ;0f ,the Kooti:nav l Ma i'i- for  courtesies 'extended. , (Cheers.)' "  "  The'chairman then introduced  '.Mlt...!. II. lIAWTIIORhTHWAin:,  who ^as leceived with vociferous  applause. He informed the audience .that jt was ^iiot^hiajnteutipn  to go into all the detailsj'of-.th'e par-  liamentaryr"se'ssions**at,,Victoria as  the pioblems of .the, hour .are?byy  no ineans local nor national, but  international', as evidenced ,we had  labor tibiibles all over tlie continent  of 'Europe as v-ell. 'iw ^thiou^hout"  tihe continent of Aiiiej?ica. 'The������e  tiouble*-"vi\iU be t with>'u*������ despite  patchwoik refornifc until the workers  awake to a sen=e of class consciousness, take the reins of go\ernment  and fidminister the l������u\& for the  benclit of those 'who pioduce all  wealth. He then tjaVe a clear and  accuiatedesciiption of the ������.trugglps  that lime taken place bince 1 em die  age������,-pointing out that btrike-j have  been 111 vogue since the building of  the p\i.innds and that only of  recent date ha\e the workers dis-  c'o\eied that tins is obsolete weapon  .ind mu^t be replaced h\ the silent  but moie potent force���������the ballot'.  (Cheers )  Aftei ti.icing b.irli.iiNm . thiougfi  its various manifestations he gave a  few of the salient i-featinc* that  existed under feiid.ilit-:n, ^btntmjr  that although the workeis in tlios-e  da\s weie attached to the soil then  physical uell-beiiig was of vital  importance to their master, but today under capitalism a wage-lave  had no commercial value'aiid could  be easily replaced When feudalism  passed out of existence ���������<inu  capitalism appeared with it was  introduced the wage system, the  most subtle scheme foi exploiting  the workeis that the cunning of  man could conceive. Labor is a  commodity puichasable in the  maiket like another commodity  regulated by the immutable law of  supply and demand and that although the trade** union movement  had stood a solid body to protest  against the utter degradation of  the hoi leers through their oigan-  isation*- \et the power of resistance  was growing rapidly weaker owing  to the concentration of capital in  the hands oi a few who thus owning  the means of production necessarily  could dictate the conditions under  which the worker should live, lie  then showed the developments that  had taken place in the last 100  years; how under the old methods  of producing by hand the worker  had an interest in his product, but  now with the increased productivity  thiough in\cnlive genius the worker  bad ini'ielv become n tender of  machine- -ind the only inleiest he  had was in lu<- lemiinemtion.  With reg.ud lo legislation on the  statute- lie alluded to the Woik-  inen's Compensation Act, the pio-  hibition of the employment of  Asiatic- in the mine-, which law  wn- totally ignored a������ the recent  disaster   at   Cumberland  August  12th  the  Date  of  Union  ' Sunday, School} Picnic.  A meeting of Llioso intciested in the  Sunday bchool uuioiV picide wab held  in fii0 hull Xo 2 on Tilcsduy evening,  llcv \V C. C.ddei- in'tlic clmir, when  the 'date' wi'is "decided- on and plans  completed by the appointment of committees to take ch.uge of -.lie v.uio'us  dep.ut ��������� e::ts ' Wednesday, August  l'.'tlyis th'o d.ite. .ind'it 1-5 not .it. all  likely that the clnlih cn'*u ill peimit of  its Jtieing foi gotten ,'All'olnlclien 1111-  dei 12 >dais of .ige will be taken fiee  whetheianeiiiljcis of ii Sunday ��������� school  01 not Tickets.to ndnlts for the  muiid ti ip to Alitor tf O.injon will be  7."ic. The e\cui>ionistS will le.i\eon  No 2, and as^thc'dayiiij'to 'be a civic  holiday -it is expected?, that'. 1 l.uge  nuiiilici will be on hand* to enjoy the  outing.- Kevelstoke Independent band  will he 111  attend nice.      ' f  ,  Following ' <ue" the committees tip  pointed * '    ,     i ,  Committee of M.in.igpmciit���������Mcs'.is  .llobson, (.ioidon, Howson and' l\e.  Caldei   * -<',,"- ~  - Finanoial Coin in it tec���������Me&sis Am an  Wilkes! Leleau\ aiubMooie ,'.  < Pio\i-9ion Committee���������Ml iliu tu.icli-  cis of the .Snnda> schools    ..  Sports Committee���������jre���������115.' Mcltae,  'Kincaid and'McCaiter ������-       *���������  - ���������Entci-t.inimeiintConiniittec���������Messii  Uennetr, ll'Dovle 13 * V b.i'w*on. (Jny  B������iI'Ci:, .], McJ.e.in,- II V\ayd, W \M.  Lawieiice, F. iMcCai ty,l W Foote, J)  McCjUtliy/W.sncw-s.-F. J3-^Well^'and  H;*'N..Uoui-iei.- p './' { '-  .The'iiiceting adjoin ncd subject11" to  call froin'the'cliaHiniinjjfi*_tho geneiaf  nunagement coinniitiee.   -'   ���������*���������     ~\   a  i,    ,  .'" ��������� * . j-m^x: *v'  rzOL/TIZALt  !'V  11 II. B. GilmouV will retire  fiom ������������������ politics.  <������ ",   j ���������> ���������      "     ���������?     ~    (  ' II. B Gilmoui siiVs the  IibeiaU will  in.ike a clean ".weep in East Knot en ij.  Ralph Smith will 1 un foi yNiiiiiiiiuo  in the inteie*-t>* of Ihe bbeial-Ialini  p.uty.1  W. P. Wnlli\'li.i& lieen .inpniiileil ic-  tuining oHicei for  IC:i*-l������i, ami   10   I' W  J'e.u-e fni IC.miloops . '  Stewai t Ueiule'son, memlii'i nf the  )iioMiici.d libci.il e\'*cuti\e. *-a\- the  inieials, by, the lesign.i'uin ol Ah.  M.u tin, li.uc lii'i'iiine unite I i-- the\  ncnei weie before ,  W .T. Snoilit'.isN nf OLaniKui F.iMs,  was unanimously elected i the. liberal  standard- be.nei foi the Siniilk inieen  distnet.it i lepieM'iil.iiiii1 (i.iui"niioi)  hi Id at K'eiemeo- I i-t myl.  \\ ill am Sinai-, lil'i-i il fni; iiii/i*i mi  V.incoti\ci island sav- ' J luveeu-u  icasni, lo bclieM' that, the liboi.il- will  cam c\ciy seat on Vaneoiuei i-Imd  in tho foi thcomnit: i loetion a-id 1 am  po&itiu* that the\ will cuiv ele\en  on" of the tweUe m any event  '  Tho Libeial Corn en tion foi West  Vale was held at Spciicc* Budge Wednesday. Delegates fiom all points of the  lidingwcic in attemlanfe with \ E  IlowscofXicola in the char Stn.o i Henderson, nf Ashcmft, was llK-unanunoiis  choice of all piesent He nn mediately  accepted the nomination and oig.iiu/-  ation   was  at   once   inoc-etled   with  As was to be evpected Hons (!ieen  and Wi'son did piec.ious hlileon i lien  eastei n trip bejond sbiikin-; tlie C V  B. for a bin cheque for the coiiscur-  tnc election fund in consider.itinn (if  services to he icndeied As to their  lcqucst for nn incie.iscd sul sidy to the  piovince, the fc-dcial nienibeis seem to  incline to the wcw th.it.it the ptcscnt  time it would be lnnppoitune to pi ess  the mutter, especially us the Dominion  ministers nie busy, and the punincial  niiinsteis have not yet icceived a mun-  d.ite from the people.  It. i* icported a section of tlie con-  ici-Mitivpi aie dissalislied with T Tay-  loi, the candidate nf the parly in the  coming election Steps aie theiefoie  being taken to KCt anothei cuulidate  SIi. Tuylot's fiiends feel that by this  course a gross injustice i<3 being done  him. lie bus given his time,ind rcsour-  ses to the service of the p.utj ; has the  fullest confidence and support of l'io-  micr McBndc and othei lcadeis, and  is almost ccitain to leceive n cabinet  appointment which, his li lends consider, would greatly enhance his usefulness to the p.u ty and the l iduig.  They theiefoie leg.nd the action of  those who ,iic seeking another candidate as an act of treachery to the p<nty  and likely to lead to a scnous split in  its forces.  CARLIN ACCIDENT  t      ���������    ���������. > >  Inquest Held   Tuesday���������Surviving  Victims Recovering.   ���������  1 A sei ions accidentoccuned ntC.ii bu  in ii it mlt. (in Morula} . lestiltiug n-'  lln deilbofO iMiii*l'wen and.) Bii-~  -( ! wbile Iwu iiioie Mclim.s, Jt f.-ji nil  aiul,I. Ma k'eo/ie, weie ieiiio\ed In  i:e\elsUiUe hn.-pital by Dis buthi ihnul  and Cms-, who weie .called to' the  scene ol I be c-atatjtiophefand are tint,  inoiiiing lepoited as doing liicelj'  These men with otheis weie employed  i. lejiaiiinga tie&tiewhen ltsuddenly  '���������ol lapsed '    .  An in(|iiest was held Tuesd iy even-  iiu'l*.! widict ol accident.ilr death fiee  ihir-i 1.1,inie beinir-i'eliu ned after beai  mt, iIn i \ ideiu-e The funei, I ol the  iwn vi(.iims ol the disaster took place  t.it Notch Jlill same evenim:,' Wev  Gold, of Salmon Aim, ollici.iting.  r Thehtidgu whieh collapsed"'was a  tn -tie. built ln'l.lOT accoidingto plans  luinis'lied by Supt. Kilpatiiek, at thai  '.inie C. P. H bridge stipei inieiuleiit,  undoi the (In cct supei vision of a C. P.  It biidgc foicman with1 a gang of  In idge cii puniei- rThe dimensions oi  the biidne weie length.it top KiO feel,  width at top L2 feet, width .it������liottom  04 leet, bi*i,nlitlJo4 feet!    '     ~"  r  The stiuctuie spanned a' deep  i.ivine, whicli iiitcivcned liotw'een (.lie  poitable null owned,by the C. It.'L.  company and, the C P B tinck, and  at*io-s it was la'id a tinck oveiiwbich  liolt's, tie- and lumbei weie bulled on  c.iis.by boise power lo the sidinj; ne.u  b\ The budge b.i������ been lepiiucd a  numbei .of times, and althofigh some  ol cue men ,,thought it w.is-not safe,  the' management, consideied it secuie,  an opinion "sh.ued by, budge nien.who  had lioni time to time inspected it  Two  nf ''the   nicy.?  Mackcn/ie and  Mcuall,a\eie  engagedv,w ith   the jack  sciews,Nthiee othirs,  Scott, M.icEw'eni  and lliisscl, were  out' on   the second  lift, over the deepest part of the gulch,  si.\ty fec'tjiom' the  giound, and  with  tInee hit-, 90 feet, above   tliPii   heads,  di iMiig smkes  in ��������� the ioosened'binces  l-'oieniiin Itutt.in bad been nut to them  and  was   making  his   w.iy   lo  wheie  AIacl.cn/iu and Men.ill   weie standing  when lie   noticed    the   bent   ahead of  him   liucli   towaids'tbe   south   UanV  lie i.in' loiw.ud * foi   a 'few 'y.nds and  then Jim.[led, the clash   of   the falling  In idge iinging in bi-.e.ns ii he icached  the giound, and "mi   biokingiound he  saw ihe  budge  had   gone   down.ind  with it the tin cc|'men 'ni   ilmccntic'  completely buiying them motile miiis  Beyond   ,i- buiise <��������� Aleir.ill 'escaped  Macken/io'saw the' biydge f-alhiig.>aiul  tbon-;h h.ilfi.i. do/ai^-stepa-^-wounl h,i\e^  lemovedJ nrm^-'frtiiii   'all > d.in^;ei,v; 'lie  secmud-'itnable ' to   mo\c   :ind: iic''nvni,'  struck' bv "falling/timbeiSjfsiifetauimg  se\cri! nijuiies -v j������ ^-^ 'A./ '���������[ '  A s, .  i Kutt.ni attended to   Slacken, iu fbst  jinil le.iiing him hi 'eliargc bt .Men.ill*  descended  the  i.nine   to   render wb it  assistance    he   could    to   the   otheis,"  who-ec-ies   .ind'''giOa'iis? weie 1i6.ii i-  lcndiiiL'     It took some 'time to locate  the   unlni tun.itci men, so   coinpleteli  rmeiiV weie lbey by the w-'ieck    Al ic-  Ewen \  i-  i" eiui   ile id     Iiii'lan-non  -aw hi  i.mill  tin. nothing   alnno to ie-'  le.i-e ibe nlbei-, aiid'climbiug the lull  to'thccimp dc-patched   the cook t-i'  the iioiuls w licie   the   men weie woi k-  nig     It \i is   nu.uly   an    horn 'beloiu  assistant e   ai l ncd,-and   by   tll.it tunc  Russell.' ii In i   was   pinned   down    In  he.nv beams, had  succumbed '   Theie  iciii. lined   but   ticott   a I fie, and  aftei  ci,.n-i(leiable  labor, sawing   and   chopping away the   tim'oeis, and two bom-  aftei ii he   accident, Kobcit   S-ott   wa-  t.tken out mine dead th in alne  '���������Aiarffe' consignment of CROCKERY ' ,>  just to hand,' including'all "'lands of ���������  GLASSWARE for'Hotel ancl House-1 /  hold use. ���������   -���������  No. 1 CREAMERY BUTTER iii  prints ancl boxes, EGGS, California  and British- Columbia FRUITS 'ar-  riving daily - by Express.," , ',   /  Headquarters^ for Groceries  -    of Guaranteed Quality. "'  /S'uificMER. -aopB  AT/mONBY-SAVING? PEiIGES:  '?    L lilies' F.iin \  Paiasiil-, s.il.. pi n  ' -Uhildifn'-F.oicy IJ.ii.i-ol-.-aln piu.LZoi  -   ", Ladies'JJi mt Co-tunit'-, i(-gul n $2.o0.    Salt* piice S1.5U.  Lidit's'Mu-lin Ci'stuiiie-, S5, -ah" I'i ic-$2 30.   i>       ���������  i      '  " Ladi.'s' WbitH Picpie .ind Dm k Sku l-, 85. -,il<> prue .$S 90  >'���������       Tfidh-' Wi-a'puei;-, hup line. ii'Xiiliir $2 50, -  'y      Odd hill'- nf (J(ii-.*t-, $l������.iiul $1 ���������������>*. -ale piic  CVllllll'd Mll-llll-, -.'b' | ��������� I li '��������� Sf pel -J.IIfl.       ."ll   .  1 Pi int- in i-bt't ks .mil -ti ipi'-.'-alf pi id* 7c per y.inl  '" *-'BI"M( bed Cut ion-. !>0 im h"������, -ale pi it ** 7e pf :��������� v ml  Plllniv Cnltnii-i Il'liieni--. -ab* |U n .   I2W |ii*i   V nil.  '        I3li*rtL*hi*fl iSlli't-l liif;, ^il^ (It l(.c-2ji* |i^-i* a'.iiiI.'       ���������     ���������������������������  'A      Fl.inni>li'ttt's,lsJilc"pii(.*i-���������"������-p.'i'* ."il. >-    .       *  '-"'I. jlen's Bliick Cri^hnicre Shi ks.it 2ot.   - -J*/  Men'- Cnlori'fl SlllfFi'nnl SillIV-v.tl (Hie.  ,'     iMt'ii's All- Wnnl Tw'rrd P -- .it yl 75  ,l      Men's' All \Vnol TwiHil.Sn l- $7 00  Ladies' S.tllniv'Il lis. -ab' pi ll >'  ,    >    L.ltlie-,' Tniiiuii'd Il.tU-, l,*JJill.u^il and ^l.saliypr i(.i; I-.2.  ,".>.Clnldi*i'irs.in(f'Mis-,i's' Reacly-Ki-WiMi'llinL     v '.- ? ._   ,_ ..  ,." -'f'--, -t.'   "vj* v -';"-* -.'A.-., A^ LL*l������ill.iJV.$I^i'^^L!Sl^ftlllipUtf-^5U^  j/-\>Shoi*!iy)i.p u iin-.,iil���������Laille-'(in������:-s| i.ip Slt|'|i tJ.iU������l'25.������������������ -��������� ** ^-  ^?;:.-'lt'div-'oxr'nid-.tt'SisV /���������'.*' j- ^^li-ppxp-P xP P-/^  *.'! '"Meh'-sShries���������W"b,n h  ntTcr-ifiK'a   -pi'-cial   li.ii^ain   iii' a,Ilai-d*-  ���������>-.,   '. . ^Wear n.n .Slim-lln-se.i-(iir,vt$2 50",')*     K  --''*���������-���������,    ���������  rRElb'&'-YOUrslG.v1"1^  Special Attention to'Mnil Orders \  ,J'       ,     T Au*'iil*5'fni   Bntli  GOODS  MHKOIIANTS.  VJSLbl'OKI-:.' B <0. .    "  _ ,,   Write for Samples  it lei ii  wwiq^iWij^agMwuffiSfiamp^  \V. .Tolnifcoii has cnteicd   into   pnt-  nciihip   with   0.  IL  Allnn     in   the  clu'ii ly I biciveiy busines-j.  Justice Pi.ich.nds, of WinnipcR, nab  been appointed to'enqinie into the alleged lumber combine in thoucbt.  Tho ILiiboi Lumbei Co. haie non-  got Fish cieek in good bliapo loi uin-  ning logs to the hike, the log j mi  ha\ing all been cle.ucd out.  It is undeistood a deal has gone  tlnough for the puich.ise of J. Mc-  JNLiIion'b timbci limits in the Big  Beiict foi Amoiiciin capitalists  II B Gilmoui 'says bcfoie he left  IJi.nitfoid si\ cailoads of nn.chinerv.  had been s-hipped foi Mr. Ludgnte's  mill at Anon bead, to bo known as the  llili liend Jfimibei Company This  mill will h.ii'i a e.i[iaoit,s ol 1 .'50,000  feet pei d.i,\  A Winnipeg paper says the C. P. li.  willshoitl} wflci a cheap i.ite to the  hnnhoi camps in liiitisb Columbia to  induce l.iboie.-s and 'lumbeimcn to go  to these tamps, w Inch .ne iciy shoit  of men nt piesent, iniinyof them being  piaetically idle foi want of help  A leading lumbei man iuioims us  (hat while be opposed tho Columbia  l!i\ei Impir.iement Co'o bill bt: is  pi i feelly saii-lied with it iiilbefoini  m'lihich it lias passed, and be eon-  sideis the [inblic inteiest fully safe-  gu.iidcd  An Amcrieui piuty interested in the  Red Dcei Lumber Co nnd in hiniSci-  mg in 1). C. includes 0 A. ltobeitson,  F 11 Lynch, nnd J. 0 Wood, of St.  Paul; F. G JJ.mown, hunker, Feigns  Falls, Minn , 0. A. Cliambeis, Minneapolis, A 1"' Feins, Iii a incut, and  Mossi.j  . inton, Sicimoie, Ills  . A J  Is Just a Little More Delicious  Than Any Other Tea]'   Try It/ \  M.A. SMITH k CO., Aesnts, -Bevelstoke, B. C.  The Western I-'edeiation of Mincis,  filthoiub but tnolle yeais old, cliums  to h.uo 200 unions and n membership  ot 75,000 Jr, is said to be the richest  laboi oigauii-.it ion in the woi Id, its  wealth being estimated at o\ci SfiJt.OOO-  000 The local union at Unite, Moi't  had $110,000 in its lieusuiy.  R. HOWSON ���������& CO., i  Furniture Dealers, House Furnishers and undertakers  I l.nc just opened Lnc Ifirtjcsi stock  of P t:pet> in the ciiy.  Linoleums, Runs, Toih' Wars anil Gcnerdl House Furnishings  ,\lc!,i:.i.'.ii: Avi.m i  R!*:VIi:r.STOKH.  4������  ALUMINUM WARE.  ������L  For SriturcUv nbAn onlv uc ;int  f  t  glVMV.  n  iscouni  ol  25 per Lent on ;t!i Aluminum \\';u-ij  iyjeuif,' sd|,. ap'iits w,. .11,. i.iUinjf Ibis   nii'tJmrl  H11111I1   ,ll   fl ll'llllil klilll" brll   ll!{lll|..      Wi- ii ill nii������>  I'lci v .11111 le > nn Inn-111 I bi-   nan.  t Iiit 1   tlii-ii-   is  Tnslf*. No I) tut;. 1 ot Puis in. Nut AIT-tled by Acitl  md  ili-im  in hnlf lln- 11 r��������� 1 ���������--  nt   nil tnili.-i mt:   1 In s,  \ Mil   .1    !������ll>tl .11.1*..'   Willi  jVn   IJii-i.   \' ���������   [Im   1  I.  4-  ������  be sure and t.ike aclvantaoe of this'Special Sale.  I     W.   M.   LAWRENCE  fi     Tiivl'"- Block, M.i'ken/ii' Aienue,  i-OIt   HAUDM-Alli:  ������f"  Of ALL KlXIid.  >f-  ItKVIJLSTOKK   1'  c *i- THE KOOTJblJVAY MAIL.  tihe Ikootena^ flfcatl  H'UBUSIIKI)  SATURDAY.  ' ���������AT���������       ,  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  Subscription   Prioo.   S2.00, Per   Annum  ADVKHTISIXG    IIATIS     on     npjillciil Ion  .   ClimiKCn ill lulvuili-.ciucnln limit ne in liy  Tiieia.iv of cich  week to suciimi (rood din-  ylft}*. 'Timber notice-,, Mime iiitu in Gu/atu,  to for ouch locution.  ,  ��������� JOB PHIXTIXG promptly executed ut ianion-  ftblo rniec . .   I  ACCOUNTS for jirintlns nnd mlicrtisiiiK  pajr.ble on Una of moiilli; Mib-iia-ipUoni.  imj-.ible in ndvanco.  COHHE-jPONDKXCK invited on million-, of  public iniei-eit, L'ommmiiuUioii������ lo Kill-  lor muit be nccompunicd b- name of  .'���������vriter, not ncccswtrlly for piiblicarlon. but  i-i ui-idincu of |?ood fftft.lt. Con'ouondoncu  intintrcitcli the oflice by M'cdnu'-diiy eion-  fni*.   ,  ' Addrci.5 '  sinking fund will he available for  national iniprovCmonls and reducing the taxation on the people.  Fliom  Tan Kootjcnay Mail,' '  Xo.' 13.,      VRevelstfike, B.C.  Wo request our numerous roadors to  -    favor  us with their assistance In  - making-tho KOOTENAY MAIL tho  'most valuable  advertising- medium   In   the" Kootenays  by giving:  ,.,    the preference, when making pur-  <*  chases ' to   thoso  Arms  who   are  regular advertisers In tho KOOT-  .  ENAY MAIL. '     ,  One of the most necessary works  in this year's expenditure of the  river improvement vote for the  Upper Columbia is the construction  oHrails at tho'canyon, Nine-Mile  and. Seventeen-Mile rilllei, where  the steamer has to be lined up.  At present lining hius to be done at  these points under great dilliculties  and lobs of time which would not  be necessary if pioper trails were  made for facilitating the woilcof  the steamboat ollicerf. ancl crew.    '  CITY AGI-'NTS. *  '.Copies of Tun Mail niny be obliilmd fiom  the followliii; city ii-jchU:  "    ' 'J. \V. Hi:sN*i:rr.  I  ,1V Al),l   iJKUCi & JIOOK CO. ,  V. U. VV'ixr.s.-    '   ,  , LONDON (KN GLAND} AfiKXCq.  Our Kii|,'ll-li olllcei nieitt If) Kluut ntiecl, l.on-  don, B. C, ulicru Mem*.. K. & ,1. llmil) Jc Co.  ivlll rccehu for in KiikIMi nuns Milr-.cillit.loii-.  iiii(l(uli*i.rlliuincnts nnd nhoic a 111o li kept of  thii paj-er for ttie tiie (fieo of chun-cl of imy ol  our rcadori rl>itlnu London and ilciioit'i of  ���������.coins the lmc-t l-Mie "po-  local pnpi'i-.  ijblu ol hli or Iiui-  E.  k J. HARDY & CO. -  HOME AND  COLONIAL  1 ADVKIlTI-slNO. I'llKSS AND,,  ,.' , AUTHOR-** AGKXTsS ANI>  NKU'Si'Al'JCI- COLtltK-al'OXDKNTS,  -30 Fleet Sticet, ���������        London, rc.\ar���������\.vo.  "-^CANADIAN   llfSIXKSS*} A   Sl'KUIAI.TY.  While we would rather have seen  the ��������� government undertaking the  construction of a new'transcontinental line than subsidising, the  Grand Trunk, it is evident the  scheme' proposed by the Laurier  government is greatly Jn advance  of anything hitherto proposed in  the way of railway, construction in  Canada. The,cost to the dominion  of the 'Grand Trunk extension to  the Pacific will he under $2,000,000  u-your for JO years, nt tlie end of  which time tho, enterprise will be  self-supporting and the people will  own 2,000 miles of 'road-bed covering 'every dollar of 'assistance  granted the Grand Trunk, and  forming the nucleus of a government-owned transcontinental line.  ;H"'  i-ARVEY, McOARTER  AND PINKIIA-.M,  'baur.'sters, solicitous, k i'c.  'Offices : iMolsoss   Bank   Block,   Ukvi-i.-  si oue, li. C.  1   Clone's* to loan.    '.   .  . OtHcce: Itcvelbtokc, B.C.; Foil Steele, II C.  , t.  Geo. S. McCakter,   ,  A. M.  PlMCIIAM.  ' Revelstoke, B..C.  A. HAnvr.v,  Koi t Steele, H.  C.  LE'MAISTKB & SCOTT,  'Bahrist-ijus. Solichohs, Noi-aiui;s  ,   *     ������ Public, Etc. ���������  ' First, Sti-eel.  RevelbLoke,  B.C.  E  DWAllD A.  IIAGGEN,  Mixing Excixisuit,  (Mem.  Amoriciui Institute Mining Knj,'iiu.ci-)  1'    (Mem. Canadian Mining Institute.)  .*     Revelstoke, B. O.  Kxniiiinnlion'o( and icpotU on Miueiixl I'io-  "  peruea a Specially.  The liberal party throughout the  dominion receives  the  resignation  of Mr. Blair as minister of railways  wilhvdeep  regret.    Mr.  Blair  has  clone splendid service for  Canada,  he has made' the Intercolonial pay  and he  has  kept  the  C. P. It.  in  checkl    J lis stand  on 'the  Grand  Trunk subsidy would appear, however, to have  been   affected   by the  interests  of .the province be represented   rather     than     the   broad  inteiests   of ;the< liberal, party, as  New Prunswick ,and' Nova  Scotia'  lire each fighting  for  the terminal  port, otherwise lie  would scarcely  be in the position  in*,which he now,  stands  of  being  the  only man'in  the liberal party  to lake is-uio with  tho policy   lo   which   the'parly ,has  committed itself.    ���������  bullets.    Jf Jiritish Columbia were,  for the sake of argument, to return  a socialistic government tomorrow  what would be the result?   These  aie   days   of   strongly    organised  capitalism,   and   no    province   or  stale is free from  dependence on  external  capital.    It   would   take  years of careful  nursing to provide  this province with such institutions  as would   make  it independent of  outside capital.  Tho condition does  not   exist    today. ���������   Immediately,  then, the people of-JJritisli Columbia  returned to power a socialistic government tho capitalists of the lOast,  of the'ytates, and of Britain would  eschew this province; and commercial and  financial  disaster  would  ensue, bringing in its train a period  of destitution  and   privation such  as Uarlylc so graphically describes  as following on the 'clemoiieti?ation  of silver in Britain.    Tho  more enlightened  socialists  recognise  this  ancl admit  they  are  not free from  apprehension   of     the    disastrous  results, that  would, ensue   from a  sudden,,,triumph "of 'the principles  for   which 'they   contend,    livery  advanced thinker is a socialist, but  he sees further than   the  man who  becomes a fanatic for  the immediate triumph   of   socialism, and, is  content  to  advocato llio'principlos  and   support   their    adoption   by  those slow but sure methods'which  form   the   only'   basis   on   which  socialism can'eventually   be surely  ancl successfully established.   .  '���������A   thousand  yeius   scarce 'serve  form .t state; ' *  An hour inny bring it to the dust."  WHY I M A LIBERAL  .  NO. 6.  ((oiitlniird.)     v  With the libe.al party under George  JJrown originukd the scheme for the  wostorn cxtcnMin of U.uiad.i, unci its  em brace ii nderuconfedcr.tted dominion'  from the Atlantic Lo'thc Pacific shore.  One obstacle to this, was the ownership of Miiiiilciliiiaiicl the Northwest  Tenitoi'ics by the Hudson's Buy Company. Ciirtiei',iiul JNIcBoiigiil went to  England to induce the home government to cll'ect .i .settlement with the  company. Thoy succeeded in spite of  strong opposition liy the company, in  consideration of if 1,1)00,000 .iind-onc-  twent.ieth ol tlie land sot out for  settlement. "~'  to  UNMASKING OF McBRIDE.  H.  PERRY LEAKE,  Mining Knynieei and UlctitlU'iifji-l  ,     ' iei:ci ii.in ->: (  EsammnSioiii'anil Rcpoiti'on Alining   l'iop-  ;    _, ertie-..      ( ^ _  ' Specification and Const Miction o'f Alining JIa-  * chmory. '  Tcit������ made of Orci and Concentiation foi Chloi-  -ine pnd Cyanide Treatment " v  Hidraulio Planu?.   '      * . ,  ,    , -,     Bcdfoid MeNul Code.  qjO nnfl-Rcitauianl  tp&,uuu   5trcct. splendid opportunity foi  on    Til at  $I,800-f^?Sr "*IdcncCi  Bargains'in Real Estate.  ���������Kf '900���������*i  "-lory duclluiK  on Connant'lit  cpi,jifUl_>   avenue,conlaiiiiiig 1 looms.  QJ-f SnO"' -lor> -'cottage. .5 loomi, l.tiKe  tpi,tlUU garden liith miuiII Iiui tin iiinelj  <���������������) QCifl���������Coinfoi-tahlc ^stoiy, Ii loomed  ipl,<J\J\J liou--e and 2 lots, newly panned  * and fenced.  <JM   nf^n���������"-roomed cottage with unlliiooin.  q>L,\JO\J   lotM^ioo.  CJ-j C en���������Large 2-itory house. II loonii.nll  tpi,<JcJU modern comemencca. Agenuine  bargain. ( '  building  . ..        .      did oppoi  right party; good ternii.  \iell built,  nin'g 8 roonn.  ffcQCfl-U*������tory cottage.  .1  roonn and  if'Ji'   room, near C. P. II. shops.  <������1 C\(\C\~- itor.v  liouic, 7 loonib, near  ipljUUU    kenzie aienue.  Cl Ofin���������2 itory   house" containing S  rooms.  $I,OUU   cellar full m/c.  Ci  -jnn���������li-story cottage, Gioomi, lot 40\10J  CO f\t\l\���������2-story modern re-idcncc, Ii loK m  q)J,OUU   good fawn.  QO enrj���������2}-=tory reiidcncc complete and up  i?0,3UU   if, date, Mith finegronnds.  -T\7"K are prepared to loan meney on any ot  \\     the above properties on the monthl} ie-  paimenc plan. ,  VVrEh&ie for vile an improved farm  near  >\     the citi*.  itock, implement*, etc    I'i ice  ������?,Ui5.   Cash required SI.000.  A L.SO SO acre-unimproied land near Salmon  -TV   Arm station, price ������000 on good terms.  LEWIS BROS. Seal Estate Agents  con-,  bath  Jtc-  Zbe '(kootenay flfoatl  SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1903.  I? your name on lhe voters' li=t?  Jtr.in'i be j>ut on after August 14th.  The German paper.-; call Mr.  Chamberlain tlie ".British Jh's-  marck," admitting at the same time  that British firriinefs in guarding  the interests of Canada.made Germany withdraw tlie'���������'������������������-. threat "of  penalising the Empire on account  of the Dominion surtax,   y  BURY THE 1IATCMET.'  >   We quite sympathise   with "the  object of the memorial    which   appear** in today'sissuefrom members  of the Catholic Church'in this ci ty.  _. he dcniie 'of   every   good   citizen  should be to piomolc harmony and  peace'in   tho'conimunity. consistent  with   the -.public interest, ������������������������������������d  no worthy object can-'-'bc   attcined  liy   demonstrations- calculated   to  s'lir   up   sectarian ill-feeling.    Tn'-'  deed Revelstoke has reason   to   be,  pioucl of the splendid example    set  tq the  whole of  Canada, and   the  religious sods all over   the' world,  by the holding of joint  celebration  of all the'Sunday  Schools   of .the  city���������Catholic,-Episcopal",   Presbyterian ancl Methodist.    This ' is   as  it should be, and ovkry loicr of bis  counliy wishes to seethe timewhen  this union shall not-be  limited   to  the child)en of (he Sunday Schools  but shall be extended to the leaders  of the diflcient churches themselves  when these churches shall put forth  a common and united effort for the  uplifting of humanity ancl'the   ad-  \ancemenb of moral and social   reform.        , ' ' '  So far as the press 'is concerned  it is bound to give fair reports of1  the doings of a'll denomination;,  as well as of all orders of, what-  eier cieed, and so far as the Mail  is concerned i\c have consistently  endeavored to do this. We would  rather see the feuds of the past confined to the old land to which they  belong, than that ihey should ,bc  used to mar the peace ancl harmony  of these new lands where people"  shall be at liberty to woiship God  in their own fashion, and yet receiving from their fellows that respect for their opinions to which  every man is entitled in the land  over which floats the ila." of libcrtv.  John Oliver; of Delta���������"Honest  John Oliver"���������acknowledges himself de'eeived, says the AVorld, and  in the -important' matter of lhe  manliness of that Native Son who  now is premier. ^Jolnif Oliver- it  was,more than himself or any ether  factor iof fate, who, made* the  member for Dewdney First Minister of the Crown. , John Oliver  was to have been a member of the  McBride cabinet���������but for party  lines. John Oliver believed; liis  former leader "straight" until his  eyes were opened by deliberate  breach of faith, f'Andih'ero is now  what Jolin'Olivcr has to'say of and  concerning thePremicr he has mude,  ancl whom he now will do liis'-part  to'unmake, the opinion having been  expies������ed to the constituents -of  Delta:   /  ��������� "Jle hud appeared on the 'pintfoi in  nitliiMi. Hich.nd JlcUiicle, making  common cause uitli him against the  then'government, uiinwaic of ulutt  wits Kite i bi ought out in the , eikleiice  liefoie coniinisiion.that it ivns when  Mr. MclJikle 11ns .1 member of the  govcimncnb'thnb the oiclet-in-council  was passed giving to'the (J- L'.f ft. the  lands, to which that company Imd no  light IIc'thought until this evidence  ciiine out that Mr. Mclii ide u.ia clear  of the'whole ti.ti.biietion, but duty  compelled Ii im now not to bide the  Until . . . J if all the work liVhiul done  dining the session .ind in iS'oith Yie-  ton.i and West Y,t)e, he hadjjeen ii-=-  soc-iitted iiith .1 111,111 paitinlly lesponsi-  blc foi the stiite of iitbtiis he h,id been  exposing .it cncli opportunity. A1?  he said before, however, he had bud  no knonledge of this until the facts  ivcie biouglit out before the committee. But ;is 11 result oi these e\-  nostiieo we have .is premiei 11 111.111  11 ho 11.is partially responsible for these  transactions. Mr. McBride, toij, bail  time unci again assured   the   Liberals  insi'OJiV ok iii.uxnint,    f  The nieinbeis of the conservative  cabinet,! with two exceptions, were  hostile to the iiequihition of'the new  teri-ilorylaiiil in taking it,ovei blundered iiljoininably/iniuigurnl.ing 11 system  of tieuchery, cliieaucry' and deceit  such us Ims seldom been equalled hi  tliCtpoliticiil histoiy of any country.  Tliey sen't snrvcyois into the ten itory  before it hud been ceded to the government���������indeed the cession did not, lake  place till ' six months after. Tliey  sent Lieut.-Cinvernor MoUougiill to  administer its ull'nirs hel'oie they had  contiol nnd hy ��������� the- giosseM. inis-  miiiiiig(niicul. they thus brought about  lhe Ked 'rii'er rebellion ' under Kiel;  Bi uce and Lepinc. JTowe, the secrc*  lary of stale under .Sir' John Muc-  don-ild, was 'openly Charged with funning the rebellion, thus giving it government sanction.  The rebellion was aided and abetted  by'the'Jesuits under Father Lestance,  whom Dr. Brycc, in his "Iccmitrlciililu  Mistory, of the 'lluds'.ns' Bay Company," churacteiised us' "the prince of  plotteis." Then followed the seizure  of f)oiiald A. Smith (novv Lord ^trath-  comi) with the other two delegates  sent by Sir John Macdonald's goveni-  inent^io sue foi peace, and the shooting by Kiel's Older of Thomas Scott,  un Orangeman, an event' which Mr.  Willi'-on says" "precipitated upon'tlic  coimtiy one of those \ 11 fernal secturi.in  qu.urels which so, often' divide and  bedevil the C.inndiiui people."     t  ,   '  The people of Ontniio piote'sted1  against Sir John A. Macdonald's government acting ii> 'sympathy with the  lcbels, and pioposcd to send, out on  thc-ii own account armed eniigiants to  subdue the rebels. The Ont.uio gov-  criuiieiit wen't so far ns to ofl'ei it'"),000  for Kiel's head, though il- had abso;  lutely no jurisdiction in the matter.  Such was the bitterness of leeling and  the blindness to law and reason engendered by the Oi.ingunieii in their  mail detei niin.1:1011 to uvenge the  death of Brother Scott Then lolloned  the WoKclev expedition and the flight  of Kiel.        "    ,        '  The iliie.ilened  . i'    '  I'I.MAN   IXVASIO.V ������  headed by 0'J3onoglitie; nn a<*soci.ile  of'Biel, lollowed <i yeui l.itci, but  stiunge to say Kiel, at the. lcqucst ot  Lieut.-Governoi Aichib.ild, oiganiscd  the 'nih.ibitants for the* defence', ol  Manitoba against > the Kciiian in-  vadeis, and mis strongly suppoiied by  Lepinc. 'Tins sboiied Kiel was not  the irreconcileable rebel he had been  ch.ii.icterised, and , it 11.1s the gross  mismanagement and inti iguing oltbo  consei vative govei nnient ili.it bud led  to inisunch-istaiidiiigs and dnven him  Lo defend by arms what he bclicied to  be the lights of. hi= -fellow-settleis ol  Manitoba For his gieat public  service Kiel "ivas promised bv the  lieut. governor, and Bishop Tachc,  uho acted for the imperial nnd fcdci.il  governiiicnts in seeming peace i.n-  inunity fiom his ofienccs dining the  lebelhon, and n.is afteni.i'ds elected  dominion member for Provcnehei  His seat was declined vacant,die was  ncain elected,  and  shoitly .iftciu.uds  ��������� Ik  9<3  JO  Ch?niben2in's Cough Remedy.  l-"of Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.  Price 25 cents; large size 50c.  Chamberlain's   Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy. ' ,  For Hovvcl Complaints.   I'i ice 35 ceuts.   1���������       " 1     ,' 1  Chamberlain's Pain Balm.  An antiseptic liniment especially valuable for Cut1;, Uiuii.es, Sprains nud Rheumatism.' Price 25 cents; laigc si/e 50 cents.,  Chamberlain's' Stomach and  ��������� Liver Tablets: ���������  I'or   Disoiders  of the, Stomach, Liver  anil liovvcls.. Price 25 cents.  ��������� Every one of these preparations  is'guaranteed ancl if not fully satisfactory to the' purchaser, the  nionev will he refunded.  Slater Shoe Advertising  Short talks by the Slater SIios r.d man,  .Uoyee's Weekly pi hits 'un aiticle  stating there was recc-iilfy/iield in Arie  u secret meeting of -the heads of the  four railroad train service orders," the  Brotherhood of Locomotive lOugineors,  Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen,  Older of Kailwuy Conductors, and the  Brotherhood of-L Bailway Trainmen,  to consider , plans ' for r consolidating  these oidcr*. Any action taken will  extend to all parts of countiy.iind joint  orguiii/.iil.ion will be powerful, not only  from point of numbers,'bub from the  point of liniiacial bucking, The step'is  looked upon'us un ello.it to use , the  same tactics us those adopted by the  railroad corporations during lhe last  few yens. , l-  CONSERVATIVE PLATFORM.  ir.'the opposition that before he would .   - ,       , ,      ,      , . .  .     .       , ,,  in uny nay jeopardize them he  would | ouil.mctl by the chiei  justice of Mani-  retire into private life. .And  even   on I  Sunday before he was ctlled in by   the*  Lieut.-Governor.      >fr   McBride  taken -Mr. Oliver  -lsicle and said  toba.    Kiel  and   Lepme   vierc   mam  tained .tbioad on  moneys piovided by  ])<lc|jiiir   .fohn    Macdonald '   and    another  .|lac 1 liicliiber of his  cabinet.    It  was  this  weie  and John  President Roosevelt wants the  Czar to put down riot in his country, but the Czar can very well  afford to teil lloosevelt to pluck the  mote out of bis own eye and remind  the president that his own subjects  storm j;aol=. burn men alive, hang  them on trees, take them out of  gaol,-hanjr them and tlien burn  them, and perpetrate many other  crimes, the majority of whicli remain wholly unpunished.  Till-] hOCIALIST CAMPAIGN.  The socialists are   the  first to be  in the field with their candidate in  J.  \V.  Bennett.    Mr.   Bennett  has  novv served the public as chairman  of the school tru-tee- foi IS month?,  ancl it   mii'-t   be  admitted   that :n  that time  he  anil   hi-   co-tiustecs  have rendered signal service to the  educational  inteioits  of   the city.  Jfe b.is the esteem of all with whom  he has   been   associated,   and   will  maki-   a   ^'ood   mn.    While  ivc do  not behove the socialists aie =tiong  enough to   return   a  candidate for  RcveKtoke, noi is it in our opinion  doirablo m the public intcre-it they  should be, tliey will do frood *-orvioe  by drawing public attention foicibly  to dc.-ii.iblo leform*-, and   by creating   a   public  opinion   which   will  demand moie  advanced   platform?  from both the  libor.il and conservative   parties       The     histoiy     of  nations has shown   the dnngci that  attend'- anything  pertaining to the  natuie of  revolution, and   the wise  -tatesman   seeks  to  prevent  ruination   of   the   public   interest,   by  avoiding   the   pitfall**   of  tho past.  Ccitainl-)    as   the   people   become  more   educated     the   clangers    of  example) repetition of past national disorders  for  the j arc le*---eiiccl,  but  there  is  still   n  11  lie intended to invite him and Mr.; duplicity on the p.nt of the consm-  Patcrson to enter hi.- cabinet if he, ativc-s that ed to then- defeat 1.1 18M.  formed one. ' I said that would I* .1! ^acdoiiaki .uterii.ircls, when 111 op-  mutter for consideration. J talked it' P������c*"������"- even demanded the umnesfy  over 111th fi lends, and said it would I fho'ild extend to U Donoglitie tbe  nut m, in a peculiarpo-ition. But .liter! e".l( lPPl ,th? Fen,a" CV'L 'uld }? (l tllc  Mi. McBride was ctlled on he ...kQti i Insh Catholic population of Cobourg  me into his loom and told me Limc. "th������ most prominent men vi ho had  he had decided to form a pureiv Con- \ claimed rights tor O Bonoghno  seiv.it.ve government.' 'So man wn Hiis inend*. Mmkcii/io JJowe  s.tv,' Mr "Oliver 'continued, 'that [ | ^ hitc, l>otl. oi the.,. Grand Maste.>  ever lifted u f.ngei for an office fori among tli-Or.ingemen.__  myself, but to be told after you bavel rhl' *^���������<->/������ by Sir John was c������  110.1 the battle that bt-cuise you arc | course untrue, but it liad the cflect 01  11 LiliemUou can have no 'li.iie in I ihromnp agaui.-t the lil.ei.ils almost  the fruits of the victory, is pretty hard.} tlicciitne Catholic votb, as thcliooials  Anvman who would do that, I have no ! ],-ld =t,J0<l    "'-   'L conditional ainncsty  J which would at the same time punish  1 the lendeis for th'>! liuirdi'i of .-icott  j.ind j������t k" p good faith with the  ! ptomisc*! given Kiel .ind Lepinc on behalf of the coiT-erVfitiiogovernment  [Adoptccl nt UovcMiilfo,Su|i(i'iiil)Pr I'llli, l-Wil  1    TI1.1I this cdiivunlioii umIIiiiiis ,llio   imlicv  (.r the p.nly III IllllttUl-. (>T PKIVIIIUIIll    kiik.Is mid  (mil*., thi)  ouiiursliip  and   coiitinliiri-.iilvi.lv->  mill lliixlinuliijaiii'iit (if tin) .i|?iiciijlin.il i������~tmi-  ccs (if U10 pidvincu .1^ laid (low 11 iii.Miii pin I form  iiiloiiti'il 111 Oudiliui,' lS'Jii, which i*.^*- follows:  .   '"Jo nctivol) aid in'tiiu ccimsLjncliuii,of   Inula  tliK.liylinut the   niidDvi'lopcd   portions  of   tho  I'roviiiuiinnd tho'liuildiii1,'  of   llnf'prom incial  tiniilt ro.idt ol inililic accosijity. *  "To ndopl the ,<i inciplcs of ���������-o\rjmmoiito\vni>r-  Slll|) III   l.lllll.,ls III su Illl  IIS   UlO -.CllClllllstllllCOS  ol llio piouiiLulwill adinil, '.ind tliu adoption  nt tliu principle that no honiissliould liuKimili'd  lo am i.nliiav coinpiuu, winch doi's. not kivij  tho KoVoiiiinuiit ol tin) pioinicc contiol of i.ilc-  01 or lines lioiuiscd, lOKCthci with the lliu option  of purchiisi) -ii  "To- iicliwlv 'assist l)j stall) .nd in.liiu  (luvulopincnljjl thi) iiKiiciiltui.il icsonrccs of  the iiiovuico'" < ��������� '  'I Thill in tliu niiMiif mil! and unlil the i.nlw.i)  policj .ihoio sol foi III can Ik) accomplished  .1 (.'diidi.il i.nliviii acl lie passed, kiviiik liuuduin  lo constnict railways, iindci1.ccrL nn appiOM.d  ros'iil ilimis, analoKoiis to the sj-Ieiu - that has  ii'-ullcd in such o^tcnsivo i,iilv\.i.v const 1110(1011*-  111 lliu^llnitcd Stales, Willi so 'much. ikIv.iiiLiiko  to li.ide .ind   conuneicc-       *-   1  .'l/ Th.ittoencoiiiiii.'Plhe iniiiiiif,' indiiMo, tho  t.iMilion of inul.illileioii'-iiiiiics -houhl he on  tho basis or :i ijuicciiIiiku on llio net inolits  e I __'ni.i(, ihe Koveiiiinenl1'(������'nciship of tolo-  lilioiiu sjstoin should bo biniiKlit iihout 11s 11 ills!  -lop in'the .ici|iiisilioii of public utiltios  "1 TI1.1t 11 portion of oven coal (iron ho'u'.iftei  lo lie disposed ol should be iQsoiiud' fiom s,i|0  01 lea-e, so Hut statu owiiul mines in.iv ho  o.isilj ..lu-essible, if then operalion becomes  necessaii or adv is.ible. * '  fi. That in the pulp land ''leases provision  should be innde I01 lclorusliiiK .i'11' 'h.il slops  should bo taken loi tho faaici.il pie-en.1(1011  ol foiests'bv Kii.iidiiij; againbt, tliu -waslelul  desti action of timber.    ,  7" Thai tlio ICKi-liitino nnd KOirrtnnciil  of (ho province-hould iieiseveic in the odoits  to secine the oxclusion ot Asiatic laboi     '      ,   _  S Thai the mat lor of betlei (erms iu lhe w-.ij  ol subsidy and appiopn.itioiis foi (he piovince  should be vif;uroiislv proved upon the .Jlom-  1111011 ^overinnoiil.      , * '1  0 Th il the silver-lead industries of lhe  province bo losleiod and encoui.iKi>d bv the  imposition 'bl * increased customs duties ou  lead, and lead pioducts unpolled into Cauda.1,  and tli it the (.'nn-.()i-v.itivo members of (he  Dominion . House be .uiKi'd to support, any  motion uilioducod Tor such a pmpusc  10. Thnt as indiiulrial disputes almost invaii-  ublj reaiill in meat'loss and uiiurv iiotl.  to the,parties duecty concerned and to the  public, legislation should be passed to provide  means forj an amicable adj.istment of such  (Iis|,utes   between   omplojors   and   einplovees  11 Th.itit is adv isablo.lo foster the tnaiiut.ic-  luicol the raw products of the piovince vv 1II1111  tho piovuice as f.u as practicable bs 1110 tils  of taxation on tlios-.ud 1.111 products, subject  lo rebate of the s.line in whole or part when  in imifncluicd in Jlntisli ('oliunbi.i.'-  ' A shoe wliich lootr.3 large in the public  eye must combine in it positive elements 'of'  ��������� price value, 'of durability, comfort and beauty ���������  The " Shier Shoe" because it makes  'strenuous claims on public attention must  'not only feci easy when worn, it must not  only \ve.tr well, .but it'must look well,��������� all  advertised claims" vsc unconsciously and'  critically weighed by the first impression'  conveyed lo the mind through the eye'in,  its initial inspection',of'the shoe, 4- , ,    * ,<*.  ' 0 So the " Slater Shoe" with its "high  'prestige cblained-by years of "advertising  mttst nol onlyfulfil the .wearer's expectations '  ��������� ���������>{ fit, ch^tpe retention, and wear,  but its  beauty m'ust meet willi' the instantaneous '  Approval of the wearer's, eye in its most  critical moment, -viz: -the first glance, and '  the surcceding-clos'cr scrutiny.  And the,makers of the " Slater Shoe '*  realizing this lact have.made^Slater.Shoes'.  ' -.ot "only foot Houses of ease internally, but  ; >U palaces of beauty externally. ,        , '.   ,  ��������� 1 h^"  Made in Canada 40 years..   Goodyefi'Welted.  ,   , ���������       Tor men ?4.00 and 55.50.  *    '     - ,  For women $3.50^and $5:00.     /  <  ���������   II  i  f'&i  iw������if^"j32!jr/:,r���������ifi������  C. B. HUME "& GO., Limited  SOLE'AGENTS:  Kl^VJiLSTOKK, I J. (J.  Spring and Summer Suitings.  j Aya liavp (111 liiind11 fdiiiploti'stoc-k" ol" Wnnleni unil T.iiliu-'.s Trim- , .  in inn1! nnd'vvill in.ike up Suits in hrsl, class .s(\ If- lo suit iiiiicliasi'i.,      >f  ������ Give, us 11 trial unit we will assist you Inc. ninpli' In yiuu- di-uss in .111 r  ni Li.sLic ami iip-to-diitt'-iriani.fi'-.       -"' '   ' *       ' '     '      ���������     ,  i-^ww'r.--,!*..���������.-* --.Fashionable,  I*..;   Tailor^ .'  IGRAUIJATK OK N15W Y~OItK'S "GUTTING'.SCHOOL*      '     '������     ',,  The tii'.sl  '  -JJAN'i:. ORH,  lloii.vi*  '          ' ,  ,... ^>' .  Prop  I'iflnr.  Ooll.i'if.i  D.ty  in lln* lovvii.."  v   ,  'Bust,  Bi inula nl  Win  - .* .           unci Cij<.ii.s  Spirit ���������  . .i'i  mes  ge  LIMITED.  with to bu in lii.s government;"  The chancellor of the ''Jiritish 'exchequer   is   setting    an  which   it   wonIrl   he   we  dominion   government   to   follow.! lurge ma'-s of tho people of Gonad  To the editoi������ of the Kev t-lstoko J fcr.ild  ���������ind Kooten.iy Mail.  IMitor Koo-i h\ vv iM \rr.  Wo, the  tiiuleisifrnal,  in   behalf of  the  Ronun   Ctthohcs  of  Kevulstoke,  wish to evpictis out .-titpriso 111 rciduig  the List lsbtic of jour usti*i*ined papei.  You K'vo .111   account  of  the Onuige-!  men's   speeches   in   terms   vvlticlt   cm}  but hint the feelings of  all thc-e who'  liclonK to our denomination  In ,1 town like this, -ill oiti/tiut  should avoid religion" questions in 1  papers nnd vvoilc unitclly to the coin-  111011 v.eliiiio of the city, hneh is 0111  wish, we want only to do its othei*,  .md not to ho utt.u-kerl when we do  not attack. Qui priest will answer to  the (lianas biouglit against our  chinch, if necessaiy We only icqiiire  that heicifter all 11 ligiotis questions  may he left aside, when they hurt the  feelings of our neighbor (  We hope that our petition will be  taken in considciatioii nnd thai/till  shall be recognized cqtinl in duties ns  well us .11 lights foi the pence and  iippincss of 0111 town.  Through the mo*-t troublous times  in C.in.idt w< have thus "cell the  liberals stindirifc for fairness and  liistice, fret'I'-nt of race and creed refusing to appeal to unworthy motives  to obtain 01 miiritain p1.truant! jiovver,  uuMiaving th< ir fate- entirely in the  hands of tli<- nopulur will, a policy  j that make*. .0- p.itrioti**m of puny  and purity of governniont  I If. bo <fjnilntii/I.)  Notwithstanding the enormous  national deht to J3ritain, ainouhting  to four billion dollars, the chancellor expects to wipe it out entirety  in twelve ycany, and the en'ornious  sums now devoted   to  interest and  who have not had the advantage of  the educational institutions of the  country, and who must ever he a.  menace to revolutionary reform.  The true reformer an' evolution by  ballots rather than a revolution by;  ir   r. McSork-y,  F  Lai don,  i) McCiiithy,  A. irobsoni  C. J. Wilkes,  I). 10 Jackson,  .la.s. E. McIfC.ui,  .1.1'. Coglil.'in,      ,  A. 1). -Hrriu,  Clm.s. Vinet,  ��������� Kevelstoke, IOth  I. Jienoit,  J   ii. White,  F. Houcie,  A   McKcn/ie,  W. Dunn,  J'Vitnk AlcCowr^ell  .1. Cr. jMacdoraifkl,  M. .f. O'linoiVf  Kdw'iird Jfodges,  Uobl-. Caley. .  ,rulyi-'MJ03. ��������� ���������  It <i I.iii'-' if Ko-'-I.iiid. -jys "In  a mining ami 'iro-.p'-cting ' *.p'rn m���������c  ol (ivi r .'50 y ir-, 1 h.ivc nc r nun  any thing to "hi tl the -ihowmgrf < x-  poit'l on Goppi., Meadow, 'IVnd* r-  I'ut, Jj> nf h ,\ id 1'relict cr'fk", run-  nining into Lirdo riv* rfrom thet-outh  J believe th it the mdicitions .ilicndy  vv irrant tin bi htf that .1 scond Klrm-  dikc will be uncovered in the iifni  hitm c Aluifi^t f-veiy claiiri ran kIiO'v  ore with tree <rold that iJ (itlu r take n  out of tho lock- oi that can be panned  when the ore i,crn-d.(d. f wa- shown  specimens as huge as n mini's list  that were almost pine gold"  Youi diuggists will i ct ii ml yciiu  money 11 you mi' iiot salisfM'flal li-i using  Ghamhi iluin's Golil, Gholei.i mid  Diai-i-hoea, Iteinedy. II: is evcr'/whei-e  udmitted lo he the iiinst .succe;.'-l'u] le-  niedy in the use IVu- bowel complaints  and lhe only one thai, never I'aiN. U  i.s pleasant, s-it'e and le'Iiiible.  CONSERVATIVE' CONVENTIONS.  At a inoi'tin-iol the u\PCiiliveof tin*I'l-minri il  Coii-civntivo A���������'Delation, hold .it Vaucouvoi,  Hid piriYiucu w.ia divided into live (Ini-ioii*.  fni oriMiii/nlioii piuiKi-o- Tlio ivoolcn.ij-  Houndnrv divi-.ioij i*. in.ido up ot the follow in/,'  inovincial nlcctioii diitrict-: liuvol-lol.o,  t'oliinilim. I'l/rni'1, t'l.iiibiool,- Ynnr, Iv.il-o  Sloc.in.Grj.nd Foil.-.. Oieuuwood. the cd.v or  Jloailanil .ind tin* (III v or Nel-on V.I Hie sinic  mcuiIniKtI"' iollow uik n'-olutions vvcro a(lii|������l'-'l  1    That convention-, foi   iioimiinliiiK  oandicl-  .ilc-. for ni hoi.-,  of   tin-   IcKislaliw'   a--unil)lv  lit> made   up   ot   (Itdo-ratu1!  cho-en n*.   lollovv,.  (,i| Jn ci I v electoral di-tnct-, onr dijlei'.itc  foi i-voij lilt} and fraction of lift} votes jiolled  utllio piovini'ial olection held m I'KXl.and if lln  city is divided into ward-, llio - piopoilion of  dcli'SMte-. foi each ward shall lie hated on the  vote polled in each vvaid at the last [municipal  election.  Hi) In oilier electoral di-.lricl~, one delegate  foi evorj litij oi fuel ion ol illI\ vole*, polled  at lhe provincial election held in I'lOO, Ihe delegate*, to be'apporlioned to pollinK pi ice*., oi as  near tin rcto as will he fan to the votei-. ol the,  (liHerein neifclil)orIiood<.  J. The elect ion held of dele^ales shall ho at  public iiH'OlfiiiK-,, held at a de^i(,'n.iled ceiiliul  lilaci in e ich polling division, or in each ward  in citj ( h olor it districts, if the citv isdivuhd  into wards At such public im i)tin���������'s, onlj  tho-i- who pledge tin nisi Ives to vote for tliu  cmdid ite or candid ill s s(.|(���������|(.(l nt lhe nnin  inutini,'(oiivLiitioii shall bt i milled lo n vole  for dole^iitey s ,  I Two vvioks notitn sh ill he itivcn of tho  public meotins's lit which dilenntes are to bo  nl< eted, noimnntiiiKConvi ntions shall be held iu  ritj electoral districts two ilniN urtoi the dnj  on wineli di legates urn elected unci in other  eiirtoral districts seven dnvs tifter All noin-  inituons throughout tin provinte lo bo miido  nt n disi(,'iiiiUd rciitrnl plate in eiich electoral  di-trirt nnd ou thesiiirio (la>  I All notices of the (Into of public meetings  for the uloclion of iloleKiitcd lo iit.minnliiij,-  roii vent ion's the ii|i|H>rtionnii nt of ill li ",'nlos,  nriilthi pint" and (Into of nonnnnt iiik eonven-  tuiiM f" "'"vernl oleeloml dislrut-i sluill be pre  j.and n> tlio nn mhi I of the oxeciilive oT I lie  division iu whit li th" olMtoi.il disLricIs lire si|.  ii,He iiikI Usmd over the iinniinof llio pn.sidi uf  nnd -icnlirj "f tlio I'rovinenil Cousurviitivo  \ -.ocmlioii  'MINING BROKERS AND FISCAL AGENTS.  MiNES1 AND   MINING '.INVESTMENTS  -   '"        ' r ' ' ��������� ' -1 .  We lui-nisli lepoits on ull kinds of met.illif'eiotis ininet. and   piospecls  Lowest quotations on listed .mil unlisted minini-; stocks.  v I  i '    '    :���������V-  '  OFFIGIAL BROKJ3BS FOR THE     ; '  Calumet & British Columbia Gold Mines Ltd  ,     '��������� NON-FIOIiSONAI. LIA1311,1'L'V.    (liVA HUNK.)  DULUTII, Minn.  OALUMIST, Jlieh.  GILIGAGO, 111.:  NliLSON, B. G.  OAMHOLtNH. li.  G.  Camborne; ^  j  .i. ir. &MiTir,  1'ioprlelo  First Glass'-AccommocUition  for  Travellers.  A ni'elins'of lhe proviiK,! il exi ciitivo will bo  In Id nt V.ineinhi r within u month, 11(1(1 lliediitn  for li. >ld Inn district noin mill Iiiki on volitions Mill  [henbellxed .IOIIN (lOUVION  I'residi ul of llio Iroviiu ml  S'l-hon .Iiuio till.  I ouicrvntlvo Ahsik itition  I'OI  Kootuniiy Lod^e  No. 15 A.F. &c A.M.  'I lieiiguliiriuccl.iiiK-i  ,__���������, ,^y,       mo Ik Id In llio Miw  ^"KTj^       rililoTouiplo Jlomnc  =������>A������������^__ llall    on  tho    third  ""-"       '   y    In   euoh  ���������           'it,    S   p.   in.  FfWfS^5-    VisitliiK   lircthrcn  *"--i��������� (orillalfj vvclcoiiierl  K  (.OltDON   Sfcai r,vitv.  SELKIRK T.ODGE,  NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Mods < vi iv 'I uesd iv  eveiiinj,' in Selkirk  Hull ,>i(, S o'clock.  Visitiiik brethren cor-  dinlly invited, to attend.  J. MATUIE. Sue.  Wholesale and Retail,  ���������"v     l - ' - <       *        (  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Oflice, Abattoir-and Cold Storage:   f  r   ^-s^ssfis^-Calgary, Alberta  annxxueguusuzn atBtw&tmmmxmaiamsxrxaiiatii^aiMjax^^  FLEMING  _TIIK   REVELSTOKE  PHOTOGRAPHER  STAMP PHOTOS  A  SPECIALTY.  Over Kootenay Mail Office  E. WATERSON.  Bricklayer and Stonemason  I'. O. IIov 1(11.  IIKVKI^STOKB, Ii. C.  AIL lines of M.-u-on work- nndcrlftkon.  KstiiiTdtes-gi ven for buildings  Learn By Mail.  Pitman's Business Courses'  are known all over (he  world.  Full course from Ten DolUrt,.  Pitman's Business College.  Opposile Hold Viiiunuvi'i  etc  H. B. ST0NEX,  MACHINIST  AND .GUNSMITH,  Oi'i'osito Centml Hotel, llcvcKtoke*  LaiLiR unci  Gi'iierul Miu-hiric ^Vol���������k  Promptly- JSxeeuttd. ������������������ ��������� '    --���������  MlifMiiliii  EMM  --"���������^-^.*- ^-.-.' ''&%%���������,'���������$*  ' I'.i.'er.  Si *    J"      Xfl'  '   K        '    'AX,pJl1\  UXC'l  THE KOOTENAYMAIL'  THE   LAIlDEAlf.  Fish  and   Tool   Creeps���������Grout   LaKe   and  Ferguson   Mining   Camps.  RANCHING  In  (Continued From Jjiusfc Tsbiie.)  * * *i  > COPPER DOLLAR.  Property'of ihe El wood Tin workers  ' Gold Mining Company.  Thej Copijor  Dolliu-  property  ib  the property  of  Tlie, El wood Tin-  workers Gold Mining Company, of  Jiliwood/ Jnd. ' It is one of the most  conveniently situated mining properties* in Kootenay, ancl  is   located  '. two miles nortli  of  Cumboinc.    It  runs down .'dote  lo  the Fish cieek  flntfr, west of the Evamine, so that  a wagon'load can  be built Tight on  ' to the property at .small cost,'thus  /affording   the   best  ti-anf-por'tation  facilities that can   be got-in  that  s-cclion.     There   aie- two'" slicing,  well-defined leads on   tlie pioperty  and the futuie  of' 'the pioperty de-  pcnds'alonc  on'the values curried  . liy  Ihe.-oic-hodies.   Tlie  outcrops  nnd development work so far done  show f tho,, quart/' composing   the  lends to'he impiegnated with sul-  phurets of iron and^copper, galena  ' and zinc, minerals  with which the  gold .values'611 ,Fish creek are,more  or less associated. ' ,   ?   '  run j'a.m- yt.i.v ' ,  has been opened -at two points.  Near the camp 'the outcrop has  been,stripped, and 150 feet higher  up ^he, mountain-side, at nn elc-  v-.ilion of 2,260 ft. above sea level, a,  cro������scut'tunnel has been run 25 ft.  "into this lead, showing it to be 16  ft? in, width, and well mineralized  with coppei siilpluiicfs* and galena.  The , strike is N 85 E" ancl .dip 58  degrees southerly. Sampling of the  lead at, this point' made by J. It.  Bottoiff, secretary to the company,  gave average values of $10 per ton  in'gokl, and if that value is maintained the property,-, will become a  valuable mine.'   , , , <  1 f  tiii: \vi"-t vj-:i.v  is 400,ft.,from, that above referred  to. ' Jt is one of the best defined  leads-on Fish creek, and stand', exposed as much as 00 fee la hove the  country-rock. It has a stiike of  N 33 W with a northerly dip of 77  dog. ' The surface outcrops arc froni  '3 to 15ft. in width. At an elevation  of 3090 ft..a drift has ' been run on  this lead, and was in 115 ft. at the  time" of our.'visit. The lead is 6<  ft! wide at tho entrance of the drift,  which follows along the footwallf  Tlih wall/ih well .defined,���������'i-.lickcn-  'sicled,,and( carries 6 inches of gonge,  so that the vein bus revcry appearance df strength and permanence.  Theie is a band of graphitic schist  on the footwalf. ��������� <  Tlie IcacUhas been opened up at  several points ' higher up ,the  mountain '.Mdc(<- and nt 310 feet  above the drift there is a good  allowing of copper sulplmieto, The  lead is thiee feet wide at'this point.  The oie is said' to assay from $10  to .1-20 in gold."      ''      \    A,<  ���������/'The company's operations are in  charge of J. A. Danagh who is following an excellent plan of developing th'c propoity. ,  3     ; '  the' Lardeau���������Small   Farms  Along Trout Lake Road.  Though limited to a small area,  one of the finest stretches of land in  Kootenay for small farming is that  fiom Stauber lake to Trout lake.  No finer small fruits are raised in  the district than in,the berry patch  at V: Fulmcr's Half-way lIouae, on  the Trout,' Lake road', and' the  gaiden i.s 'still being assiduously  cultivated to supply Trout 'Lake  and the Prospectors Exchange  Hotel at Beaton with strawberries  and vegetables. ,'  ntUIT  (SHOWING  is havi ng' a thorough lest by ,'J.  Pullman at Stauber lake, where he  has planted out a"lot of fruit' tiees,  and tliey are doing well. ,Mi-.-Pull-  man also grows {[considerable crops  of strawberries and vegetables.   ��������� ,,  ,' adams mtos. _     ,"  have a'beautifully situated ranch  at the east .end of Stauber lake.  The farm consists of 160 acres, of  which 12acres arc under cultivation.  Hay, potatoes, rhubarb and hogs  arc the piincipal products. An  acre'of pasture is "being, laid down  for hogs, which Messrs.' Adams find  do well and , for ' which"^tliere is a  splendid demand. They recently  sold at,a good figuie a' lot of ten  fine pigs, raised/from a'Tainworth  sow, and intend going in ,more  extensively vthan hitherto for the  raising of hogs. The season 'has  been so backvvaid as to hamper  farming operations. I A team of  horses isr kept. ��������� Two . aoies were  ploughed" this season '<��������� and put  Poultry are kept  much loss among  His Last Hope Realized.  IKiom llio Siyilimil, Gebo, Mont |  In the   fir.*,!, opening   (it   Oklahoma  tOM'Uli'is in IBS!),   lhe   editor   ot   this  'Mpi'r wumiiimuik   lln* (iiwiiiy   -I'l'keis  ������I Ier fortune wtm nmde  the   \i\\<   1,1, .���������  une  fine   day in     Apiil.    Duiinj;   li  iriivt'liiifr   about  nnd   ufiorvviiiil*, In  (.'limping  upon Ins   claim,   heeiurnin.  tered mticli h.it1 wilier, which, tOKelliei  wilh buvei'i'   lieul.pive   him  .1    veiy  ���������sovei'p diiiii hoi'.t v\ liich ir,  seemed   ,ii-  ino*-lf iiniiucsjlile   in   (heck, anil ulon^r  in June ibe-cnse Im'l-iiiiii-so Imtl he hud  expected Io die.    One duy  one  ot   Iiii  ttiHo-l-ois In ii\\\, Iii tu one small hot lie  of Chamber hull's Colic, Choleiu .mil  Diai-i'lioeu Keun'dv in 11 lint hope.  A liijj- tli "ie ivn--ffiveii.hiin while he vv.n  rolliiiK uboul mi tfi oiii'ifi 111 m entn^ony,  and in u lew niinilier ' lhe 'dose vv.is-  repented. 'I'll" pxnl ( lleil ot lhe med-  icine win sunn mil iced .1 ml vmhin  1111 I10111 llir patient win inking Iii** 111 -I  sound sleep fni ,1 Im IiiikIii., That one  lillln boltle win ked ' a niiiipleii* rule  .Hill he c,iiimil but, leel' irr .ilelul. The  M'.-non'fiii' ' bow el diimdei.i beiii|*: nl,  Imiicl i.ifitfeili thi- Hem , I'm -ale  by .ill (liUKRi���������*������������������'-���������'��������� ' '/  , GRAZING REGULATIONS  '  ;  <f t  For Manitoba, the   Northwest  Territories and the Railway Belt in  ���������   British. Columbia.  Fine Upholstered Furniture.  HENRY'S NURSERIES  Fruit and Ornamental Tree's  Greenhouse and Hardy Plants ,  " Roses, Rhododendrons, etc.  Tons of Home Grown and Imported  . Garden,' Field and Flower Seeds  'tor Spring Pliuiiiiif.'. '  I.< 11-01. fin kim/Iiik pui-poios iuu is-ncd for 11  lerjii (if luunly-oiiu vciiih, nnd llio lontiil Im ut  tlio 1 iteof Ivvo u'iiIh un iieie pel iiiiiiuiii, lmy-  iihle Imlf j em Iv in mlvnnio. ,  Liinds intliidul in u KnifSiiiff IciihO may be  vvitlidinvvn fur lioinoslond enlij, sale or nnl-  vvny jini'iKiM s, bill no mitul Is clunked on hik b  land*, tioin ihn (Into upon wblch tlioy aie vvltb  diaw n f 1 Din Hiu li'iino. , .      .  A le-hceof itiu'/liiK lands In nol onlilled lo tlio  "iiv tbciedii, I111I In- niiiy. iiii'in npiillintlon to  llioiiKcnlnf Jloiiiliilon Lands, obtain enub yem  llii'llii-l peimlt In cut nn bin ImimiIioM vvbat-  evil (|iinntitj 1.1 buy bo may loquhu for liii-  (ivvii use. fi<c uf ilii������s, llii'iluihiilniuiil leheivinjr  llio ilifhl. In Ihsiii. neinulB In othei applicants.  -Applications fur Ki'ifdnK ledhOh t-linuld bo  innde to Ibohidelaij, Ilepiuliiiont, of tho In  tenor, OLlavvu , j  1'. 0. ki:vks,    1  Secretin j, IloiMilrnonlof tlie Intel lor.   ,  \ XA ruhnr"  'or JS. ."*'. r" Ltti'leau.'  CUT FLOWERS SCtW;!  Idniiis  ll l���������lll������.  Fnnei'iil DL'-i^ns.  Tiout  / The pHst .vein has,seen biibstuntial jiiogresb^ miiclc in the building  *ii|i of Revc'l������ioke.������*,.,Tlio,finestjHisiness block in, the'city is that erected  liv (J. li. Hume tV. Co..1 Limited, at the coiner of McKenzie avenue and  Kir.~t/biieet. opposite Molspns linnk. Tlie building cos-t in the noigh-  lioihood of it20,000 and vv.is elected by the coiHi.u.ting iiini nf Johnston  it Co , of Kaniloops, under the suporviHon of J. Gill, one'of tho partnorb  in that firm. The store is lip-to-ihiti' 111 'every particuLir-r-lighting, fit-  tinjirf and heating, and io one of. tlnrbebt business bloeks'in'tlie inieiio'r  cities of ihe'province.  '  ANOTHlR BRICK.  The  'Third  From  Block of  Cold  'the Camborne Group. .  Fniii Hl.iclfvvell, of the Xoitlivvebt  Development company's mine, was in  tin- citv .Moi-.sl.v >uul li.ulvvith him the  Hind gold brick.from Goldfinch. Tins  'luick vveighcil 134 ounces .ind vviis  p.'th lelincd ut tlie mill Its value  is estimated .it $2,51)0. -  Mi. Jil.ickvvell ' expicssed the gold  ��������� In ick to the conip.in.v 's lieadoHice.it  iruncock, Mich He infoims 11s the  eomp.m.v'a stamp mill is doing; splendid woik, and s.iv ing piuctie.illy all  I he values occm nnj; iu the oie.  THE MINES,  .U \\ .It L'l luo is  maUcs copper  ut  30  in  on  The .stamp null  on  leJusingWOOu day  The Wi.inbv   =nieltci  ,it seven cents pei lb. v  The Ti.ul smelter proposes to inst.il  plant fni tieatiiig /111c oie L '  I'^iee nulling gold has l������'i n 'iit'iul 111  Duckley valley on the coast  The I3ig Ii.di.m fiee j;o!(l<pippeity  Helena in nes _,,nd niillt. its 01c at  eents .1 ton. ���������  I! C Kili'el i������ .11 landing to put  an aeiial ti,iin foi- the Hi it.iiuii.i  IIowu Sound  A G. Gaide of the L'.ijpo piopo-cs  ,1 cliampajii'i- snppei in celehiation Of  the lend bounty.  ' Tttcnty-fivp tons machineiy have  been slinpcd foi the Cheiiy Cieek  Co '*- null at 'Monaahee nioiiut.iin  'J'lie lion Mask at K'.iinlo" p*> is heing  lin.iiKL'l liy the Asli.u.t l.ando  J>td aiul. will lie opciated on u. big  scale  I'ioiii ihe l.nt car of oie fiom the  !'. I' U mine Uoiind.u.v, J) W. Me-  \'n-,u ' icceivcil l|-2211 net, 01 ,111  ave..I'-t* of $110 pel ton.  The Oplni-I.ade eompanv intend  fiiiming niiolliei company to hike up  and opeiate Ihe liossland and incoming 1 linnis nf then <rionp  A lichstilke of lice inillmg nold  (piail/ is ifpnileil firini McGillviy  eieek, l.illooel, vv lieit' speemu'iis linve  lieen got 1 mining $150,000 pei ton  In the Ivevshuie i l.iun on Keystone  iniiiiiiliiin in vvliiih l<\ 1'.. Well*, and A.  Mcintosh aie inteieslej, oie bus been  bliuik 1 tinning l-p50 11 ton m gold.  .1 C. Monlgonieiy biotighl in Ki 1-  d.iy   magnificent  specimens, of eoppei  oie fr.'om claims ,in'which he and J. J  Wood low sue nucleated on Uovvnic  cieek. ' L  W C. Biuce, ol the Empire Zinc  company, h.n e.Miniihccl the JMonaich  mine .it Field foi his company and it  is stated his leport will be t.ivoi.ible.  Ovei si\- hundred "claims lutvc been  located on the Kast Kootenay coal  and oil lands but many of these ovei-  lap each othei, ������nicl_ some claims have  been 1 located over halt a dozen ,tunes.  .  J) Woolsey has taken out to'the  railway foi shipment siv tons of high-  giade 010 fiom the piopeity on the  noith folk ot the Jllecillivvaet in which  he and G .S MoC.uto:  aie   inteieated  A bond" has been taken 011 105  conpci claims owned by New Voile  men - 111 (Joppei nvei vallej above  Valdes. The amount is .said lo be  $12,000,000 The Glad Laugh on  Latouch island, Piincc Williiini sound,  is lepdited sold toi'$1,000,000.  , J A. Leslie has st.u ted .1 tunnel to  give a depth of 1,000 feet on the lead  on Ins piopeity at bnfoi me cieek. This  tunnel has been 1 un 40 feet in wash  a'nd has sttuck the footvvall. The  vv.isli shows gooiL oie. The tunnel is  now being continued to strike the ore  bod)": _  S.li. Winqiiist and partnci, who  have two claims loeatcd on' Poplar  cicclc, aie shipping a car of the lichcst  01c ev-cr mined in the piovince. The  Shipment is composed of piece*, of ore  fiom 11 fotu-foot lead, an 1 tho pieces  weigh from 15 to 20 pounds, and aie  piuo 11.11 ivu silver unci giov copper,  giving values limning unwaids of :i,70()  ounces silvei and over $1,200 in gold  to the ton. , <  Coiy Menhiniok infoims us he has  sti iii.k fiee gold on t he Canada, a claim  he holds 011 the west bound.iiy of the  Camborne gioup. Ropics-cntativea of  I'atsoy Cl.uk, the big mining investor,  and the Hambler-C.iiiboo company,  weie in Cainboine and visited the Eva  and othei piopeities Tho foimei  weie so highly pleasedivviih what they  s.tiVjthey mlei d to letuin vvith .1 view  to looking up investments foi then  pi incipals  John Mai.keu/io and (Japl G. II.  Junes,, of Spokane. - In ought down  some samples ol Oie lint aie wondei-  ! 11 Hy 110I1 fiiim. the piopeitioi of the  Ii.niie.iu Vulley Mining Co'iipuny,  i.ld. in which tliey uie l.ugely inteies-  t'slcil and of which .1. H. J-tutlioi foi d n  ni.uiigei Mi Macken/ieslaled thul in  .1 mining c\pei ience ol many yea is he  hud nevei seen iin^ thing to tipial the  phi'iiomeiiiil showings i'\'pjM'il along  I'milai, 'J'enduifoot and bj ncli 'cieeks.  under potatoes  but liuwks cause  chickens.  The  next  jancli   towards  Lake is' that owned by   '  '    '   ���������   WIU.IAM   AUAMs . "     ���������  who has four acres under cultivation. ' The product of the ranch  is mainly potatoes and' garden  tuick. Mi. Aclams intends going  in heavily'forfraising bogs. Among  the small fruits, raised aie 'raspberries, and ' strawberries. - Goose-  beiries and, currants .have, been  planted out. Fruit'tiees have been  tiicd but' proved :f< failure',as the  weight of snow-breaks them down.  A little dairying is done, butter  made and.tbe milk produced mostly  sold to travellers 'during the'surn-  iiier months. A good crop of straw-  beriies - is ��������� expected this "'season'.  More land is being-brought into  cultivation each season. The soil  is good when worked up, but requires dunnage. The farm consists  of 1G0 acre**, and was taken up  three ye.us ago. ,  One of the greatest ms-tlers in the  countiy is    -Y     '. s' ��������� ''  P ��������� , 11. i5.\Ncm:i,ir ' 1 '- '  who owns the next ranch. This is  conducted mainly >as*a dairy farm,  and suppjies Trout Lake^ and Ferguson \yith nnlk all the year round,  and with vegetables. -No matter  what the, weather is Mr. Langrell  runs his milk to these towns daily,  and finds, as he deserves, a good  maiket. * The farm consists of 320  acies, 15 acres of .which are under  cultivation. A large sum ,has,been  spent on drainage and other im-  piovenients. The land'is mainly  nch 'bottom meadow? which pio-  vides fiist-class fodder-and yields  good crops. At present six cows  are being milked. Hogs are also  raised, six sows and a boar being  kept for breeding purposes. Three  horses aie kept. Thirty head of  cattle ate"run, a large herd in this  section-. The crops raised are bats,  potatoes and vegetables. /Thejarm  lias good' out-buildingb and is a  pietty' place at tins season of the  year. '  \\. c.li;.w  is the ov\ ner of the next ranch  has done a lot of clearing.  oli: i'j;rj;i-son,v  who' has   the   second   farm' fiom  Trout Lake City, has 10 acres under  cultivation and has good'out-buiid-  ings.    His farm is  well  improved.  ' c;i:o. oi,si;.v  has the ranch next to Trout L-ike  City ancl holds 320 acres 'of land.  He has a fine dwelling and outhouses and has clone such extensive  improvements.that the farm has an  air of prosperity too yseldom seen  among the ranches of the west.  Among other improvements he has  built a dyke to stop the high water  flooding his meadows, and' has  thoioughly drained his land by  cutting ditches every 75 feet, filling  them in with split cedar ancl covering them up. This affords a drainage system that will do good service  for many years. Mr. Often has 22  acres under cultivation. Fifteen  acres of timothy are reserved for  hay, five acies sown in oats for hay,  an acie of potatoes and an acie ot  vegetables. A team of horses and  20(poultiy are kept. Strawberries  ancl other small fruits are grown  Mr. Ols-en says the difficulty about  fanning in this part of the country  is the shoit season, but lie seems to  make the best of it.  AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,  BEE SUPPLIES,  FRUIT BASKETS,  .    ' > FERTILIZERS  Catulogiiu'l.'ioc.  Kustiu 11 Pi Ices 01  Iflls  ;m  :W0!J  U., HENRY,;._  Wcstminstci   Road,, Vancouvei  Whtti: Lahois Oxi.y.  Uiiiiiiinu' between Aiiowlicitd. Tlioinsrinr  I.11111II11K mill f'uiniinlK. coiniiiciieliiK Oil, lllh,  I'lnl   ������ Hi-,.1 it. Inllonvlnciilhor iKii'imltiiiK):'  I.i live Aiiiiu-IilikI for Tlinnihon'H IjiikIIiiu  ami ( 01111111IK I Hlco daily at llllc. and 151,.  I.'iivo CoiiiuiilK ami Thomson'). J^iudinB foi  Aiiovvliciiil LvvIce dull} at 7.151c. and I'.'.J.-ik.  rJlnkiiiu'eloho couiieclioiiH with  iiUC.l--.lt.  11 ii mis ami lioat.s.  'I'lio ovvncirt ioi-eivo the iIkIiIIo cliiiu o tlmoi-  nr**iilllnt'h vvitlioulfiiolice.   ,        ', ,    (.  -run kiiini iioiiinson lumhkiico. j.th.  ,     V. IIOIIINSON,  .'       MananliiK niicclor.  \. C  Vi  avi:   ;in  exceptional  sivlish raiiyc: <>\   Parlor Fufni-������  '       " -'i    i  ture���������all, of  which " is   uphols-  tei'L-ci by ourselves.  '    You can choose your own  cover when desired.  Samples mailed.  i *      , i  We'  have   made    Home  Furni.shinjf a life -study.  Weiler Bros. ��������� pgSBK Victoria,- B. C.  EDEGTRI���������AIx������SM;  Complete Installations Our Specialty  Finest Glass of Machinery   . >.   ...    '    ''  The Hinton Electric Co. Limited  "   ,     \    VICTORIA and VANCOUVER. -    ' '  ',PJ  I*.  Tlio Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  j.  '(Uiuii;  ^IMB  TABLE-  < bo.usfin of hi^li fWutei-.)  IWRAPPING "PAPER' AND  ���������  PAPER BAGS.:  The Kootcnuy 3r.ulli.ib been  appointed   ugcnt���������foi   one   of  'the  l.ugcst  C.iniiilian   P.ipci  Mills /  Wiajiping  papers'in   ioIli= oi  flat,   .ind   paper  bags   of,all'  weights and si/.es supplied t?>  bidci  piinted oi unpi intcd*  Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.  -   Leave Eifjhl Mile Lfindnifr each  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY at 0,n.- m  - ���������. -j T A  ">v '   Ln.iveL.i Porte hikIi    .     i*  TUBS DAY AND>KIDAY at 2 p, m  SPEOIAL TKIPS will lie made be-  Iv\'*en (1 iti.-.,nt tefjnl.u s,iilniLf when-1  ev eij.n--mi"-b (ilVeied warrant's '���������.line.  The roinpiny ri-sctve Ihe ilpht to  i-li-uim' i une" nnd d.iy> of -inline without, nol ite. ,    I ^  A   FORSLAND,      r.'D. J3AOIIEK.  ,    , M.isler.       ��������� ' Pur-er.  BKB  E. B. EDDY'S  ^  ^^j.  /"ICING  EDWARD;' 1M)>.  '"HEADLIGHT,",:yXK  ',,  "K.vti IjK." J(������J il lilKN.  '"VJUTORIA,", '   "'  , --LfTTLE UOMKT."-      ', ^  I      ������ , 'J  FOR   SALE   EVERYWHERE.  Are the best /that cair be "bought.  X"  '   4-V-l  '   pit  xSP.  f.V"?''1  it,-.  ���������������*-)  Don't  experiment -with other and inferior brands.  Halcyon Hot, Springs  *Sdnitarium. "   /~  THE MEDICAL WATERS of IU1-  eyon aie the tno>t. i in.iiive m lhe  vvoild.^,A pi'i'teel, nniiiial i_fineily tor  ull Neivoiis .-inrt 'Mn-i nl ii ' diPiMM**,  Liver', Kidnej- nnd Siimiich .uliiienl*-  nnd Aletullit Poisoiiiiifr. A -.nieinte  lor' "Thai. Tin-fl, Feehnt.'." Spen.il  rules on 'ull bout*, ami 11,1m*-. Two  ill,liis ,111 ivi* nnd dep.iit pv-iv (lav.  Telegraph ((iniiiiuniia I inn vvnli nil  pails (it lln* vvmld.'An i*\|V*i ii-iii ed  in.issanyjei. t   f  Halcyon Hoi Springs  *  Arrotv LaK.c, H, C.  THE CITY EX  E. W. B  elo.  and  G 8 LC  Paget, Prop.  ellver v  nf p.11 k '  p.11 I  of I lie Cll V  Any Kind of Transferring  - Undertaken. -   '  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS-  Royal Mall Lines. .  Cheapest Route to tho Old Country.   .  AI.Ij.W UNK-Kiom Jlnntical.'       '  1? iv 11111111 ���������                          ,Iulj   18  Icuiiin            * .                              .     .'niy 2i  Tunisian .                                       Aug 1  DOMINION' I,lXJ.-l.'ioin JI011t1e.il.    ,   -  Ciin.Klii '                               .. July IS  Ivt'ii-iugliin ' '      ..luly So  Doiiniiioii '                     .Aug 1  ,   IH-.MIVIO.N' JflMC-riom Ilcstou/  j\luj(1i)wi 1                                ' . ..lulv 10  Columbia            '           ' .lulv '.3  Coinuionvvt;.ili.li . *       <-   ' ..lulylO  ' CAN. I'ACII'-IO'u'V UNK-Kioni Monti rail.  LnUo rue " .   .   ���������    .lulv 21  ljiko iM.iiiitnlii ..' .        .lulv .-n  Luke (;hain-;l,uii .' \u���������- 13  '' AMKUU; VN LIXK-K111111 Nevv Yoik!    , .  PliiIadLlpliia.   ��������� ..lulv 15  Si J'iiuI .           ���������      .         .lulj TI  St., Louis _ ^                           ,       Ji.lj :!)  r Will TE Sl'AK UNK-Ki 0111 Nuvv Voik.  ,  Ccdrii,  * " '.       .July 17  iM.ijesiit, ' . July L'J  Collie ' ' July .'I  Oneuitc . . .       Jul} 21)  I'asscnitt is ricl.t-ti (1 UiioiikIi 10 .ill ]),uts 01  Gi nut Jim.1111 .ind Ireland, and nt xneoinlly low  i.itesto .ill [mirs of tlie Eiiio|iuiiii continent.'  Applv lo 111 11 est i.nl'tiiv ui*i-li.|inis|iip ngont or  to ' .*  T.   W.   niiVDsriAW.   Auent.   Rovolstoko.  W. P  V  CUmiMINCS. Paclflo Ag-ont.  -O-O-O  vs  i-  ~%.A  '  .     J.  LAUGHTON,  Proprietor,?  ��������� REVELSTOKE, "B/C;-  ' Tliisj'hotel is novv open for I lie ar'coinniod.ilion nt   1 he I ravelling  pulilie.    lLfis tin is) i onvi'iiienllv sitii.ilfd hotel in the citv, beinjr  ut 1 lie toi ner ol Fiis-t Stieei and Onnniiii^ht, Av>*nne. in liv he.utof  lhe hiisiness portion of Ihe (itv-, tonv enient, in. i.iilw.iv M.-iiinn and  post oflite. <  First Class Accommodation and Table.    '*  '/<,.*       '    y      - _Bcsi Brands of Wines. Liquors  and Rigors.  ^0-0<K)^00-0-0-00-0<>-0<>^0-6-0-0<KK>-^^  /-^^IREVELSTOKE; B. C.  NevvJv  luiilt  lonipt, (  , to -li 1 -y  i'ii,'t!'ii,'e,  All  Pitt   }||  f  villi   1.,  nllli 1 s  . SI.111  eive  111  letl .il It .M Snivlli  1.1 liv Ti.|i.|iiiuiie Nn  .���������iil.l    iiii til 11.11  ABHAHAMSONJBROS.', PROPRIETORS.  First-cliifc** in every lopc-ci.      /\|| modern.convenience.**  Liirge Sample Room?.   *  * Rates $1 50 per .Day' Special Weekly Rates.       '      *'  Queen's Hotel, Trout  Lake, under same  *-*���������  .V^l  / $*$\  -'A' >*3������  pA'.iif.  v*a^^���������S7^iC  1 y^ 1 *���������>$-,  W<?FA  -*. -*?l  v.i-1,   j V   n   ....  ,     't-ftAr'l  .   ..  1 ,,.,,^,1  -tt>>pi%$\  -r-^f *^->l fl  '\P'\K:M'  <AJ'^P:'.  . pj%?, ,1  ::,Pptf$\  I .    ���������' ,>,}'Vn- ���������  '   -,'   , ijf.fij'.l  : P-PM&  *���������> lAW^^i  *      -    *       f A 'i^Ai-  ' -fS^X'l  _ .��������� i-j'*S"I  t     l   J.^C.'-.JJ.'I  ���������A-.frV'^  manasfement.  -*#;'  (^><^(^(^(^(^(^(^^(^^(^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^,^i  HOTEL   LARDEAD  ^== COMAPLIX ���������--- f  The Best ! ouse in Town.  Well Furnished  ivjb         .    c$>   rfo  Good Table tlfo  Wing  ported   stoc  and Japan  The best' assortment ever  Cliunci's newlv im-  of  Chinese  tese goods.  landed  useful ���������  articles:  in   Revelstoke   of  and     ornament;1.!  Ten. scrv ills  Flutes  UiLsket.-  ('iii-.c Chans  H.uiilkt'icliief-,  l.'linvci' I'uls  Unibii'lla SIiiikN  Lunch lt.Lsl.ets  SmokiiiL' .Inoket ���������  Sill. Goods.  GOLD FISH  l-'inot stock of ciiuiliLS mid fun! 111 town  Front Street, Rsvelstoke  b.ijb the Milling Kcvicvv, 11& the ic-  aiili of the action of the Dominion  government in bonusing the lead in-  diistiv- "Aftei a lapse of al-out four  ye.ns uf decadence, the Slocan nov. lins  eveiy nppeaiance of iisbtiiiiing 11 bright  futuie, and one, if not outdoing the  ve.il!> of lS'JG and 1897, vvill be equally  us piospermii "  The Vnle-Columbin Lu.i.hci Co intend putting 111 11 logging camp on the  Columbia nvei, above Aiiovvhead.  niATPKI'TQ Traclomnrks  I���������'AA   I   LIN   I   O     and CoiiyriRhts  ' olit.unid 111 nil countni's.  ROWLAND BR'ITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical    Kngincoi     and     DniuglitMiiiin,  Bunk  o������ B. N. A. Buililingb, Hustings Street  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A postcard vvill sceuio an ovcning npjioint  ment for those who umnol cull aiinnu U10 day  Union  Made  REOISTERKD  derails,  etc  \\ 1    MAMJFAOI'UIMS  Mini-.  Ov ui. ills  DlUIIII Pllllt'-  Tvvced I'uiils,  1 (iltt-niiriu I'mil-  niid  Raw Furs Bought  'Cash Prices Paid  F.   B.    WELLS,  Exporter of Furs.  .1 inn pei s.  ljloiise~,  Kiurnici is   hit l.t I-.  VV .lllL'ls" I aki 1-,  Hurl (is   ; n UlI-.  I^IIIKIiIUII    l.ll.klls,  Mi-slon KI ilI Un-  (ll'l'VVLIII*.  fmiks'    Apioiis  Cups,  f-iiinenleis' Ajiioiis,  VV'llllLIn' ApiOlls,  P.iiiikis'inid I'liisli-i  Lis' (Jt 01 nils.  Mm kitnitv t*u.ils,  Mini niiivv I'iiiiI-.  'Iiiip minis  lliiiiii.ige I iin*s  Iloisf niankdf.  'l-LUls.  KtL . Il(  , 1le  l.'sliililishtd Ib'i;    Inun pm ,ii oil l'llij.  TURNER. BEET0N & CO.  I.I Ml I I'D.  WHOLESALE WERCHANTS,  VV HI llll)l|s( s.  VV'lllll f SIK L'l.  l'liUoiy, l H.istion Sliei'l,  VICTORIA.  15. C.  ~anxaaiTtYTm*mvzexz������fmxt  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.     jf  W. HAMILTON. Proprietor. '. -f.  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished with the'choicest the market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.   '  ALBEBT      STOHSTIE  J".  PBOf  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  IJEEN'S HOTEL    "  Rooms iu Sui/ci ivitk Balks' and   Toi leis al tacked, llotviin' Hot  and Cold Water, Inside Toilets on eack floor, Gas Li������kted and  Steam Heated Throughout.  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       -   "    GOLDEN, B. C.  s. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer ln^ mtrrnrrpf^>.  BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All in dels pionipllj filled  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  Coiiili'   Donglub  nnd King btrect.-.  COMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG,''     -       -       -     Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Travellers  to  Fish Creek will find excellent  at this Hotel.  accommodation  CALENDARS FOR 1904  Wr li.iv-i' lii'i'ii .'ipprmilfd .lfTPtit1! fur  lculitift IJiitish. (;,iii,iili.m .unl Ainuii-  (.-in films ,iii(l (nn rifri'i ,t sflocLion of  C.ili'iid.iis Im 11)01 sue li ,i, ha������ net i'i-  before been nlTeii'd in Ibis ������li-.|.i ii-l.  Ili'll'l ve >('III oi del s |ie||dll!!*- ll (.ill  of mil- i(���������picsi'iil.itive vvilli s,mi|des.  The Kootenay  Mail Pub. Co. Ltd,  REVELSTOKE   B. O.  WOOD YARD  AV.,.,(  I b.ive st.irlpil ii lii'i in.iiH'iil  Y.ii'diui Tbird sLii'Mi. Willi imv p i-i  experience I hope to be in ;i p'nsii ii,n  to sali<*fv .ill r.'ijiiiif.uieills nf ^h-Iimh-  eis. Mill and ci.nhvni.d *-u[nili.*il in  ���������my lunglhsiitrediiied pr ices tor t-.is.li.  R. SAMSON. THE JIOOTJBiMAY MAIL.  '0,  ��������� r, '  A  V  ���������V,.V .f  >   i  .      > ff  ."        f  l/V      '  '   '  ���������*.       ' )  ���������f1 ..  ,.'.     t   l"  t s    ,.  If'     -.1**  >' ff '. t  I   *     V"^  I,. -*-J. /.. .*   ..... i  t .- .-'   \ ,*A \ - "  We have a hirge assort-  best' Am-  Canadian  ment of the  erican    nnd  makes of  Ladies and Gent's Purses  Card'.Cases and  '  Chatelaine Bags  . -  All   the  on hand  newest  at the  styles  CANADA .-DRUG  BOOK CO.���������  REVELSTOKE.   '  <     /  ���������       BORN,  'Xiiebham���������July l,ltli'to Mr. aiul' Mrs  ', Thomas- K. Needhiiin, Into of  Hovel  stoke, a son.  .OCAL & GENERAL  Labor  Day   vvill   be   celebrated   at,  Trout Lake bv sports.  ' T ' * ,  f"  ' t Tire crops- art1-goodtin Okaniignii but  -   la bo i to save'them is scarce.  " X Finliindei- was lined $12 and coats  ' for assaulting -,'H'ild ,IJilI",oii .S.ituiiluv  , ' last.       ,  '     ' f   '     "���������   '  ,     j     -.     ,. ���������- .  \^pp, to date  about,700  applications  for enrolment on   the  votcis'list have  been received by the collector.  ,jThe lecent heavy'wind slornis have  played havoc  with 'a.  niinilier of' tho  .fruit and shade.'trecs in the city.   -  * The carpenter work'on the city h.ill  .%buildin?~has   been   finished, and .the  city clerk moved' in   Wednesday evening.'  '    ,   .      il      ~ 0  - The Koblin government vvassustain-  -'    ed *in   the   Manitoba   elections   held  Monday.    'All   the  ministcis <,vvoru ic-  ",   turned. ' *  One of the ladder trucks for the fire  . brigade was  completed  today and the  other vvill be  icady  for delivei'y early  ��������� next week.  On Tuesday,'  23th,  there  vvill   boa  meeting  tof   the  Lord's Day Alliance  .held   in'the   vesfciy  of  the Methodist  . church at S p. m    > r  The meeting of  the bo.-ud of license  commissioners which   was   culled  foi  Wednesday, last Jms 'been   adjourned  nntif Sa'tuiday. August 1st. ���������       t  .���������-, Another season   will  coi tainly sec a  rsteamer limning between Death Lipids  iind tlie head   of  the   Big Bend of .the  "Columbia at Canoe river, r   *. " ,  ���������The?N*apoleons  of finance, love one  * - another, less   than ' the socialists-love  ' t'le'm.  It^is said ltockcfcllor is making  a .desperate efi'oit to break Morgan.'   -  An    information     has     been     laid  against Ira Cutler, of Vernon, for selling  tlie   stallion   Su polio   when   the  hoise still belonged to I). IP Jones.  J. H. Cameron, of Lai do', is building  a AO-room hotel at Poplar creek, and  .Ullman Bros.,, of Lai do. and' J.  Schmock. of Gerard, opening saloon-.  K. S. Wilson this week * had the  building occupied by M. A. Wilson as  ,i tailor shop iemovcd-to the lot which  he lecently puichascd on Mclvcnzic  avenue.  ', The Columbia river has again risen  , several feet as the lesulc of the spell of  waim weather, ancl on her last trip  steamer Kevelstoke had to be lined up  Eight and Seventeen-Mile rifllcs.  . The last issue of the li. C. Ga/ette  contains a. notice approving of the  change of corporate name of '-'fhcFicd  Robinson Lumber Company, Limited."  to that of "Harbor Lumber Company,  Limited.''  No 5 company E. Jr. E. held its  first drill in the new hall on Tuesday  evening last when a, rifle shoot was  al=o held in the gallery. Two drills a  'week will be held, Tuesday and Frid.-iy  evenings at 7.30.  The'secretarv of the school board  ha-, not yet received a single response  to bis advertisement published in the  local papers last week calling for  name-; of pupils eligible and willing to  attend a high.school.  Band concert at the McKenzic avenue stand this evening.'  Mis. Ann Gill died at 'Vancouver  Tliuisday at the age of 101.  .lini Lee's laundiy on the side hill  near the Kootenay biewery vvas burned  to the ground Thursday about midnight.' Tlie reflection was seen in  lowei town and JSo. 1 brigade turned  out, at first believing the fue to be in  the neighborhood of the Enterprise  brewery.  The city valuation shows land values  $,'143,002, or $20,170 over last year;  improvements $371,000, or $28,430  ovur last ye.u. Willi the water and  light valuation,01 $20,000 within r,he  city limits, the city valuation thus  shows an inurea.se of $71,600 within  llio year  The'execution of the Indian, Alex.  I.Miis, took place yesterday morning  in the,yard of tlieprovinci.il jail, Kaniloops, at,S o'clock/in the piesence of  the jail ollicials, theshorill, Jle v. Father  Michel and a limited number of spectators. The usual coronet's inquest  was held and a formal verdict rendered  ��������� We owe M. Pettipiecc an apology  for an'enor in stating the charge on  'which ho was lined at the police court.  The ohaige was allowing horses to inn  at. large nnd he was fined $25 and costs,  $3. ' No charge was pieferred against  him of bicakiKLr open the pound to  release his horses and he has no knowledge of lhe matter.   '   ���������  JLnlilav- society is in a' flutter over  the statement made by ,Eev. W. J.  Ancient in St. Luke's Cathcdial, that  ladies bclonging'to that chinch swore  like' troopeis on the golf links. A  delegation of lady golfers waited on  the ' icvcrciicd, gentleman and demanded ictraction. Mr. Ancient,how-.  over, stuck to his guns.  Miss Ford, matron' of the hospital,  acknowledges the 'following contii-  butions: Mrs. Forbes, Mrs. Lindmnik  .and Mi's. Eurridge, Jlovveis; .Mis.'''J3iii-  lidge, magazines; Mr. .Flindt, maga-  /.iiies- Mis. Spurling, clotning; Mis.  Iledstroin,' rhubaib; Airs. ILuvey,  books; Mi. Lewis, ice; Mrs. Turnross,  ihubarb; Mrs. Tupping, llovveis  T." Downs,' foreman of roads and  trails , for Kevelstoke, has examined  the hanks of the Columbia nvervvith  a view to building a wagon load to  aft'ord transportation to connect with  steamers running ,above and below  Death .-ind Priest rapids. Jle repotts  rthafc a good road?ean be' built at less  cost than'vvas supposed, and the work  will probably be put in hand at an  early date.       ������������������ ��������� '<���������      '  All lovers of the tiny steel instalment, which, in a clevei woman's band,  is capable of piodiiciug an infinite  variety of useful and beautiful things,  would (lo well to provide themselves  with' the latest, number of "Home  N'eedlevvoik," which is published by  the Coiticclli Silk -"Company. They,  will Iind hints there for' all the newest'  USE~^*&^^> ,  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in the World.  Mail us 15 Eoyal Crown Soap  Wrappers, and in return we  will mail a beautiful  Picture  size 10x20 ;(or for 25 Wrappers  your choice of over 100 books.'  Drop  us a post card asking  for a catalogue of premiums    -  to be had  FJIEE  for Jloyal  Crown Soa)) Wrappers.   t  Address  ,   ������The Royal Soap Co.,  'Vancouver, B.C.       >    Limited;  BUSINESS LOCALS.  NKW POTATOES at 3 cents. Jt.  Tapping. ,  Ice cicam, soft drinks and cider at  the City Bakery.   *  You can save money by, insuring  with II. N. Couisier..  No. 5 compan v It. M. It. vvill drill  every Tuesday at 7:30 p. m.  J. Guy Earbor and M. A. Smith it  Co. will'inovc into their new stoics in  a few days.  Social and Personal  ideas in needlework. Some excellent  plates .tie given for new stitches and  designs for all white embroideiy now  so greatly in 'demand for blouses.  There a mo also some good colored  plates. '  ��������� A huge number of Eevelstoke people  weie shocked upon bearing of the  death of Miss lIiggenbotbiim.lt will be  leinembcred M iss lliggcnbothani was  Mrs.McCartor's guest for some months  last fall and wintci. She was very  popular with her large circle of fi iends  while in Eevelstoke." About -four  weeks ago her parents liv ing in Guclph,  Ont, weie informed that tho'ie vvas  not any hope for hor recovery, she then  vvas ' removed lioni I.ethbridge,  Alt.i., wheie sho has made bet home  for several years, to the home of her  parents, and tliere passed awav'vester-  day.  An atteint was made at J. 45 Thursday morning to buiglari/e the Canadian Bank of Coninioicc at Carman,  Manitoba.but failcd.owing to the quick  and determined action of assistant  cleik K. JL K.Watson,who vvas sleening  on ,i sretchei in the manager's oflice,  vvas awakened by the opening ofa trap  door communicating vvith the cellar.  Grabbing liis icvolver he honied to  the accounting loom in time' to see  a man raising the door. Watson tired  at 'the intruder, but missed. The |  Innnl.ii icturneibtlic shot vvith like!  lesiilt and then fled. Wat son went  m pursuit, follow ing iiis man to the  cellar Several shots were exchanged,  but the buiglar escaped. Immediately  aftei wauls three men were seen' to  jump into .i rig and   drive cfV   south.  The St. Leon JEot Springs has been  opened and is now ready to'accomodate visitois, ,/  r Visitors to Camborne should take  A. Craig's stage fiom' Ecuton.1 Quiclc-  est'ioutc, best service.    ,?    ,    ,  pDlt. W. J. OUKRY,  . Resident Dentist, *  Oflice in Taylor Mock.'  , J-ieavc your eiders for .pies of any  kind���������meat, mince or 'fruit���������at the  City Enkcry���������A. E. Bennison.'  f The Kootenay'River JjUiiiber, company is advertising iii this issue for an  experienced milhvi ight.  Travellers visiting Jtevelstokc vvill  find the best accomodation-.'at the  Central Hotel, Abiahamson JJios.   o  Canada JDi ug it Look Co's store has  been cnlaiged by utilizing a portion of  the  Smith-I-Sai ber  block   by means of  1 , n     I ,   J   r      ���������  an inch way.  ' Reserve .your calendar orders for  J004 till the loprcsentatiyo' of thr*  Kootenay Mail calls to show you our  samples. ,      '       '��������� '    * -  McDonald & Monteith's store build-  ing.is Hearing completion. The1 first  consignment of their stock'anived  this week.   ' _ '   '    , f  South'A_frican War Jjiind Grant���������  Those entitled who want,to sell should  communicate with I'. O. Box 402,  Vancouver.      ���������>���������  When you come to RcveIs>tokcJhi'il  the Central Hotel bus to take you'to  a good hotel. Ahrahainson ^Bios  Pi ops.  tn When you want to get to Camborne  in speed and comiort, 130k out for A.  Ciaig's stage hub when, landing at  Beaton.    ���������''.'.'  The Jvooiuxav Mam and Family  Ifeiald and Wccklv Star vvill be supplied for balance of 1003 . for' $1.30",  together vvith two* pictiucb "Purity"  and "Alone.  J. Dorancc, who iccently opened a  tailonng business m the Kief/ building, sold out by unction on" Wednesday and returned to Austialia, the  change being necessitated by Ins wife's  illness        . ,  M. A 'Wilson is open for business at  his new stand on McJCen/ie avenue,  wheie he will be pleased to show you  Iiii stock of suitings and take youi  order ani measuicment foiv the new  suit youjiave been thinking oi.  A. M. Craig still conducts the iced,  lively and freighting stables at Beaton,  and his saddle horses  and   light   and  heavy conveyances for hire at all ponded to and that a nice sum will be  tmics.< FLis daily stage tor Goldlieles reA]]Kti E0 .Jjd j,i the expenses of that  and Camborne meets   the   steamboat \ 0icuni/.iitioii.    Tickets  foi   gentlemen  1 I'L'Jlillmaii was in the city Monday  .evening.        . ���������  J. E. McKenzic, of Comapli.v, is in  the city.  J. Pettipiccc returned from, the  coast yesteiday. i,  Jtobort Sanderson -vviis ^up' fiom  Halcyon this week. * t-  G'.'S. McC.irtcr went south jronday  going to JJoundary.  Mr. 'unci Mrs. W. Tomlinsom- and  family are on a visit to Beaton.  ,J3isho'p;Dait, of New Westminster,  vvas in the city Tuesday evening.  Mrs. Allan McXab and familyjire  on a visit to friends in Nova Scotia.   ,  Mr. and Mrs. It. N: Doyle, leave this  evening to spend a week at the coast.  K. '.I. jyJeune spent Sunday in the  city and left for ' Nelson following  morning.  ', J'eto'jjovesfjtie spent the o.ulypiiit  of the week in' tho city,'returning to  Camborne Tliuisday.       .  fMissIIollby.of Armstrong, is spending a couple of weeks ' in the city the  guest of Miss Sawyer.  Mrs. J. Jlopgood, of I\ urn loops, wiib  in the,city thbeaily part of the vveek  and went to Spokane       \       c, "  Jfis. .-T. Er'undrett left for Vancouver Thursday evening on a visit to her  mother/Mis. Matthews. t, ���������  .].. A.������ Magee lcturned Tliuisday  oveuing' from the east having gone  a-> far as Chicago and St. I'aul. '  /Ihe ladies aid of St. Andrews chinch  piopose having a gulden party at the  church grounds on August 20th,  ���������Rev. W. and Mrs. Ken ncr fiom J^orfc  Eeny, Out., arcVisiting their dauglit-  eis, Mis. Jf. Cooke and Miss JCunnci-.,  Mrs. A. Hobson left Thursday morning for Fernio on a 'visit to hei sister.  On, the   leturn   she    will   visit   her  biother at Trail.  - ' i  '���������\.-I5. Kincaid   left   this   week   for  South-JOast Kootenay to examine coal  la lids   in   which   fsevei.il   Jtcvolsfoko  people aicintciestcd. -    <���������    ���������- ���������  Dr. ,i:'P. Cpghlan left on'the Imperial Jyiiinted .Wednesday 'evening,  lie will visit the coast'cities and California bcfoic going" east.   .  .7. Edwards came .in fiom Field  Wednesday evening, and returned lol-  lowing morning accompanied .hy ' his  daughter, Maiy, who .will spend part  of her.holidays at J'ickl.  ��������� Capt. JJoyd and Jjieut. Jlobinson ofthe Salvation Army' left jcsteid.iy foi  Spokane to attend council. The  captain vvill leturn end of next week  and spend hei furlough in the city,.     *  Rev. and Mis. R. Pollock, of 'Ellis-  boro, Ass.i., w ho have* spent the last  two months iif" California', came in  from tho west this mom ing and vvill  visit fiictids heie lor a fevy days bofoie  leluriilng home. . '  W. Jackson, of Tiail. formcily yaid*  master in the C. J'. R. yaid heie, and  'alis! Jackson, passed ' through the city  Thinsday on their way to. the coast.  On their ietuin they will-spend some  days in thercity.. ���������"    !-,,'.   ' ' '     .  ,E lidwuids,". who has "sufleied at  inteivals for. neaily a vc.ir past, vvas on  Sunday e'veiiing taken   down vvith au-  Friim iiur own ('orrosiioniloiit.  J. Jf. Woolsey has 'gone toj Salmon  arm on a visit.   ',     ,.       ���������  The potatoes? Why. they could  not bo better anywheie.  Thomas L. Woolsey has gone up to  Albert Canyon to,attend to his mines.  R. Eruhn has a very fine piece'of  fall'wheat which will turn-out exceptionally well.  ��������� Mrs." J. H.' Woolsey expects lier  sister and son out from Ontario to see  her any day.  , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Iv. Woolsey  paid Salmon Arm a visit last week,  visiting Mrs. John Campbell.  While the strawbeny crop here has  been very good, the weather made it  haul to harvest it in jnoper shape.  ' Tho weather heie is very changeable  making it'haid to get along with.the  .haying, but otherwise evciything else  is' booming ahead, giving promise of  a veiy large crap.  It is now an assuied fact that the  valley here can pioducc fruit up to any  in the piovince. Anyone coming in  can' see for '.themselves.' < Jn a little  while we will be shipping quite a  quantity*.      , '        ,        **  W. Watson, foreman- at the Horseshoe, near Trout 'Lake^lias struck ore  in the lower tunnel below the trail to  the -Willow Grouse. Latest news  si.itcs the formation is changing favorably for oie.'     '       ,  , Joseph, Willis has as line a showing  of fruit, on his apple'trees as can be  seen anywhere. The tices'cannot begin to hold up under the weight, file  is thoieforc obliged to prop, every  branch to secure the fi nit.  0  i  WANTED-FAITirFUI.PJSRSON TO TUAV-  ol foi well established house in a few' countien,  calling on retail murcliutits and agents. Local  torritoiy. Salary ������1021 u year and expenses,  payublo ������19.70 a w ei'k in cash mid'o.\pcns.es. advanced. Position permanent. Bubinehrt snio-  cessful mid l-tisliiiiK. Knclosu bclf-iuldrcsscd  envelope. Standard House, Slo'Caxton Hldg.,  Chicago. /    '  CITY OF REVELSTOKE.   .  "VfOTICE is heioljy given that the lli'st sit-  J_\ lingb ot the (Join i of ltevi!.ioii of tlie City  oi Kevelstoke lor the piunosu of licaiing ml  complaints ugainst the assessment for Hie yum  1!HM, ns made by the Assossor ot the (Jiiy of  ltuvulslokc, will bo hold at the C;iLT Hull. itBv ���������  oMoke, H. O., on Monday, August 21,11W.I, at 1(1  o clock n. in.       ' , , 'A  II. lfLOYB.  _ .    ,     . Cily (Jloi-k.  Kevclmoke, 15. C. July 21, HKl.'l.  REVELSTOKE  SCHOOL BOARD  'Iheinslitutioii ot a High School in ltevel-  stoke being uiiiler coiioincration, paientmind  guiuduuis in the Uilj, and lioni onl*.idc points,  iuoieijnested to send lo theuuideisigned'Ilie  niiines ot any ohildien eligible roi- admission  thereto,mid who would be willing loiiuund.  H. l.'LOYJL), ' -  Sccieliuy'Kpvel'.toko School Hoard.   "  NAKUSP.  weather  up  Ins vacation  woik on his  (/Fiom our own Corrosiiondcnl.  ,  W'c .fro   having   veiy   hot  again.  Theie  is some  talk ot.getlin  brass band.  , D St. JJonnis nio'v'ed his family to  Slocan1 City, where they will rcsiilo in  futuie.      \  (Jnpt..IJn'iig:iHs taking  anil is guin^ down lo  cl.uiii ..t'llie iN'cedles.      ' - '   '  Mr. Maybe has taken the position  vacated by Mr. Uoltbee at tlie Valo-  Cbhimbia J^uinber company's hull.  "'MissM.  ivluiihe.itl,  who   has ,been  waitiess at the (.iiand hotel  time,  left  last  vveek, jMiss  taking, hef.positiona'', '   '  /.'The steamer Jtossland did not arrive  on Sfituiday.i, She ran on a sandbar  near Bui ton. ./The Minto went to the  lescuc and pulled her oil, arriying here  on SuikIjj^morning.  Mr. J3oltbec, who has,.been working  for the Valo'Coltimbiii Lumber coin-  pa ny foi some time, leaves today for  Vancouvei, wliero' he has secuied a  position as. tnivelcr .for a Vancouver  lirm.  NO.,0 COMPANY R. JV1. R.  NOTICE.   ' , , ',  Drill of tlie above  (Juiiip.-iny'wiH' be  in tin; JJi ill Hall nt 7:aU evei y  Tuesday  and Ji'ridiiy mglit tilt l'mtliL-i- notice,  v-  .    Hy outer' ,       , '  Jl. A.  JJHOWN, O. O.  For; Sale.  750 shines in JJeatiice iniiie. Will  sell whole or part. For pai-ticr.l.u-.s p-  ply nt oillcu ol Ivootij.vay'iMaii..   ,  -TBTT  THE OWL- RE^TAURAHT  1,1 I L.      UllL        First Street,  rKnst ot JIoNons linnk  , Kevelstoke.  For' your meals. Open day and night.  Meals ijc nnd tipvv.ud. Speci.il weekly  rates.' Good sei vice guiii.-inteed.  FUJI! &MT6, IVopi-ietoit:  for  i long  Plant  FIRE VALLEY.  p SAMSON &, PAULSON-,*-*.  Painters,Paperliangeps,Sighwriters  *  i KAlfSUMrNMNCi   J30NK.  Oiihns reci-ive prompt attcntinn. '���������'  For Sale.  . Several interests in silvei-lead prop-  erties. For particulnia apply til oflice  of the Kootenay Mail.   <  ���������  For Sale  TWO Itosidonces on MoKcnzIo Avenue, will  modern improvements, $2,500 each, on easy  teniiB. ,  TWO ItesidcncoH on .Tliird Street eiiKt, very  convenient for railway' men, $1,MIU each  ,    easy terms.  ONE 'Residence on First Street cast, cash required ?J0U, Mibjoot to inoitgage. ,  Apply to ��������� ,i ''  HAUVEY, MeCABTEIt & PINKHAM,  '.   'll  ,   NOTICE.  r ^^^^ ' -  "VTOTIGK is licroby-given (hat thiily days  JLN after date I intend to apply to the Chief  tlomniissionci' of LiukIh and Works for a special  license toeul. and carry avviiy limber from the  following described land < situate in the West  Kootcnay disti ict:���������.''        . . ������������������     e  Commencing at a' post nt the north cast  coiner of'McKay llios. pie einption on l������'ish  creek and one half mile buck fiom said creek,  mai ked .1. G., N. W. corner post; Ihence south  1211 chains, cast JO chains, north 12U chains anil  wet 10 chains to place of commencement. ,  1 Anovvhead, H. (.'.., July 8th, lU(n.  '  ' ,.      JOHN GADWAY.  '  -:!  NOTICE.  ��������� ii  A   111  "VfOTICK is lieieby given thai lliiily days  J_\ .after dale I intend lo imply to the Chief  ('oiuuiissionei of bunds and Works for a urecnil  license to cut and cany aw.'iv timber from the  following described hinds, situate in the West  JCoolenay district:���������  .Commencing at aipost at the,'noi111 cii-l,  coiner ot, JlolCay liios. pieemplioii on Kish  ei eek and one half nillo hack lioni -.aid ci eel--,  niiuked .1. O., N. VV. coiner post, thence soul li  120 chains, en-a 10 chains, norlli 120 chains, and  wesl. 10 chains to place of commencement.  Aiunvhead, II. (.'., .July Slh. IIIKl. 4 ,  ,     JOHN CiAUWAY.'"  Second street.  HHVELSTOKE  ST;' HELEN'S! HALL,:  Portland, Oregon,     ,       ,.  Home ,an?d  Day.School for Girls.   .  All di'partini'ntfS open jMond.iy September 15th, IIKI'I. 'Full Aciideinic and  College preparatory coinse.*., us well lis  thoroiigb Hriiniuy nnd Intermediate  instruction.   ���������*-  -  Music, 'Kloctitirui'-anil Ai L under the  direct inn nt .specialists.'.  Jiook of inloi'riintioii sent, on applica  tion to  Miss Fi.ka.voi-, -Tiiiiiistto.  Y-  rrncipiil.  physicians decided the case to he appendicitis and on Tuesday the patient  v\as removed to the, hospital wheie an  operation was successfully,.' pei formed  and he is now piogiessing favorably.  Airangcments have been completed  for a shirt waist dance to be given (by  tho lacrosse club in the opera house  Monday evening - The committees in  ch.nge are sparing no elV'orts to make  the atbiir the success which it desei vet-  to be, and it is hoped that the invitation, which is general, will be well ics-  A   -pedal  mretkig  the  of L.  steamboat  O. ],. 165SI  ���������n-00;  will be held on Monday  evening  next; extend  at the lodge   rooms.    Ali members :ire   ladies,  specially requested to be present owing {.band,  to busine.-.-   of  importance.    JJy ordei ���������  of the master, Envy.vKi) Amu:.  lad ids  iree.  a   special  Music will  -oi  The laciosse bo.vs  invitation' to tiie  be furnished by the  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  0ME  UMMER  UGGESTI0NS  A COOL PLACE  A NICE DRINK  Tin".e ,-n e vv bfit yon find at the  "D^F? PDiOCJQ  SUDA AND lw  iljJiJJ UxlUOO CREAM PARLOR  J. A. MJLLKK & CO.  I. 0. 0. I'.  Odicers of Selkiik J.odge, ISo. 12.  weie installed Tuesday evening as  follows ���������'   ,  P. G.���������.I: Outhett.  -V  G.���������T. \Y. Bain.  V. G ���������Ernest Adair.  ^Secietary���������If. M.ithic.  Treasurer���������\   H. K'incaid.    .  Conductor���������Jf. G. Gough.  W'.iiden���������If. Seigl'iied.  ll. .S. X. O.���������.i. Palmer.  I., ri. X. Cr.���������IJ. C. I-'ra-.er. '  Ii. ri. V. (i���������.i. McLeod.  I.. H. V. (r���������\V. II. Calder.  I. G ���������.1. McGinnit>  O. G��������� L\ Ifooley.  r. o  i:.  The local aerie instituted iast vvei-k  held a special meeting t:iitiirdny evening and initiated five candidates. At  the regulai meeting Thursdny three  moie luime-i weie added to the membership roll.  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  lilcctric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures ������lnntl" Put In.  Second Street, Revelstoke  INDUSTRIAL NOTES.  Indiana capitalist.-, propose to build  mi electric tramway between J'citon  and Camborne, nnd O. S McCartc-r  has apph"d for the ncc.j.-s,uy charter.  The power wili he nbt.imr-d from the  can von on Fi*di cieek.  Mr. Hiittain bejrs to notify his  clients and the .general public that  he ha������ moved bis ollierj from the Bank  of Ii. X. A. Building to more convenient and -uitablequ.'irter*- in the Kair-  licltl Clock, ffranville Street, at the  corner of Tender Street opposite the  I'ost Ollice.  Rowland Pidtfain, patent nttoruey  of Vancouver, reports: Mcsrs. Smith  JSroo.. mattre-*. maniii'icturers of Van-  eouver, have registered the word  ".lumlio'' to protect the mattie-s  knoMii by thi* name and which they  liave earned a reputation lor, against  the pirney nf iiriewriipuloiH dealers.  Mf-sn. Vanee,,rone.-, and Chamlicrluiii,  of Vancouver, have received this week  an allovviin.-e in I ho I'. ri.-on a I'atent  appliiMlion for a (hag for *.i\\ ing -,1111 k-  eli veij-els wliieh M deigned to di*t-  |ieiiri* with the neee.-'iity for diver.*,  and is therefore applicable to v.-xfl-s  "-link in vv.ilit too deep for their operation A I'. ri. I'atent ha*, hem re-  eeivid by GiortreCii.sindy of Vancouver,  on Iiii *-ai|i lifting device, which he  vvill make arrangement.-! to have miln-  iifuctiiie'l and placed on (he ,n,irkct  during his ICastt'cn trip.  S. S. REVELSTOKE PASSENGERS  1    Pii*-M*nger list .Inly 17���������I'p- A. Hill,  M. i^mnii, \V</od Urali, .1. K. I.eveaiiv,  ,F. \Y. .lai kson, X. L. Kdwiirdi Wm.  fli-iiro, Gust Lund and wife, Hovvnie,  I). .Mori is and wife, Miss \Viit*-oti,  lioids; C. II. I funic, K. T. Giniiisley,  John Urown, II. Oonelly, Kcvelsloke  Liimber Co's camp,  IJowir Joe Dunn, Dovvnid to Carnes  cieek,   Tom    Downs,   Juh.   McMahon,  J. Montgomery, Downie lo Revelstoke,  If. Jinkins, \V. II. Wilcov, O.   Deutcli-  lesiiriu, IJoydH to Revelstoke.  \RAIL AND STEAMER  lhe Rossland went agiound in the  narrow-^ SatiiKhiy but was hauled oft'  bv  the Minto.  Cipts. Robertson and Krascr infoim  us travel is good this season on the C.  P. It. steameis on Arrow Jjake, largely  due uly'tourist traffic. -    .  The J'acific extension of the Grand  Trunk will cost $125,000,000, of which  the Dominion government will build  fiom the Atlantic to Winnipeg and  H.taiii ov.nership, and will guarantee  bonds for remainder of the road,taking  a first mottgage as security and lctain-  ing conti-il of the entire road.  tinder'.he provision*; 01 the bylaws  of the JJrotficrhood ot Locomotive Engineer*, J'irst Assistant Grand Chief  A. F. Yoiingston vvill .succeed the Lite  Chief 1'. M. Arthur. Owing to the  critical ihnOss, however, of Mr. Young-  ston, he li.i5 not been advised of Mr.  Arthur',- death. Second A.-.si.-itimt  Grand Chief T. ri. Ingraham decline.-,  to become first assistant, thus nt-ces-  *-it.itiog an election to fill the oflire  IJ. \V. Stevens, repre-enting ' lhe  JJrotherhofd of Railway Trainmen  ami Jack Iferchmer and .Limes ALm-  K.ty. 1 tpii -ciiting the Older of I'.ul-  vv.iy Condiietoi-, left by the Imperial  Liiuiud oi. ri.iturdfiy night for Afon-  're.il, where th"y will join the other  riieitib'M-, oj the coiriiiiiltcft from the  western division in a conference with  President .Shaughnessy for the settlement of wage schedule, etc., on all  lines west of Kort William,��������� ICamloops  Sentinel  ''   ��������� 'From Our Own Corio-iKiiidonI     ^   '  L\ G. J'niiquicr isjstill busy.shipping  sti a wherries. *      .      - <.  J^inc weather is heie at last and the  ranchers aie all busy with their hay.';  L. C. Morrison came down Tuesday  fiom Monasliec mountain. Jle in-:  tends lcturning tomoiiovv in company  vvith Malcolm Oarmichael.  .. Mr. and Mrs. fAllen Came 111 this  week Irom Nelson. Mi. Allen-is=tlie  new manager of the Hdgowood JJairy  ranch and is getting'm a number of  .Chinamo'n to help with the hay.  ATHLETICS.  i.AC'ito^si:.  laciosse club*  FOR SALE CHEAP.  .Ladies, Boys and Men's    -  Bbqts and Shoos  See jn y as-oi'tineiiL ot   the best,  - -bargain*, ever oll'ei'ed  in- Ihe     -  ���������-city in these lines. /     ,>��������� ^  "     '     * ,' ��������� '   3. GUILJ3TTO, '  Second street,        -        Revelstoke.,  Ul'IIITIl'-ICATH   OF    IWI'IIOVKMENTs'. "  -,  '    '   ; NOTICE. '- ���������,      .  Jloadovv  (Jucon  nail 'Mountniir   M   Mineral "  (.'liiiiiis, situalu  111  tliu'Arrow I.ako JUinini;.  HiviMon ot West Ivdotcnav Di.-lncl.  Wlieie  located:  On Guinltu  iMoiiiitain. iit'tlic  lic.ul of Alinoi'al Cruck:    - * ,-        .        '     ,    -  ,'J'AKK NOIIUO tliat, J.Koiniotli L.  Uanici;  (.incut for S1111II1 Curl is. Ksq.. li'iuc jVtiai'r'h Cci-  liliciilc'Nn U".'i,II7, null b. Vv llli.niH. K������c| , l.'icn  jVIiiicr'-,  Ceilillcalc  No. 1 H.17."iS.)). li'icc jVIiiioi-'h,  (J'-i'Ulluiitu No. Ili.-i'i!!.', mt end. si\ly dnys lioin ,  the dale lieiuof, toappl} lo (lie Mining tlei'OKlcr 'j  foi-a Ccilillciiy of Jiiipiovi'iiiciils, lor llio pur 4  pose of obtainln^ii Uiovvii Giiml of'llie uliuvo  uliiun. '    ,' '- '  And   fiuthor ,'tnl.c  notice that act ion. under  Section 117. iniiKl lie coiiiiiionccil before the i*.-.u- t  .inuirol' such Ceilillciite of Jmprov eiiienl*..  Dated Ihit. Scctind day ot July, A. I)  1!)H.        ,  .     '     '      IvKN'NIi'nt hi nURNJST. IJ. Ij. S.  CKItTIl'lOATK OF IMl'llOVJiiMKNTsT" .  'I  '1.1  NOTICE.  Piirllimd Minonil Claim,-.s-itualo in  (ho Anovv  , L.nk-0 MiinriK Division of Wo-.! Kootenay District.      ��������� 1    ,    ' "  Whore" loc.itnil:  On Cinilioo Crook-,  nbmit 10  inilos fiom tho mouth.'         ".     J        .    i   ,  TAKK NOTICE that I, Kcniii'th L. Iluinetf or  Ro-slnnd,  (iiKi'iit for Mr.  M.   K.-Kinn, Spcui.il  l'roo Miner's iLicoii'-o No. .IIOI, issued .11 llo-v  liinil Juno Stli, 100.1,) Free .Minor's Corlilicalo No.  Hi iTK!, inlead, ������ixly (lavs from  Ihe date hereor,  toapplj to the MiniiiKltoconlorJora Curtilionle  of Iiiipro-ioiiiaiith, for the purposu of olitniiiiiiK  .1 (.rovvn Grnnl of llio above claim.i                 <   .  And  further take notieo Mint action, under1  Section ,'i", must bo coiiiniciiced  before I lie 1sl.11-'  iincoofsuoli Corlilicalo of Iinrirovoini'iilv rt , r,  Dated this Ivvoaly-llftli dav of Jmio, V. D.'li'O').  KENN35TI1 L   BUltNET, 1\*Ij S.~"  of    JvCvel-  havc a match vv ith  NEW BUILDINGS.  1  The Ini|ierial bank I1111 got, out fiesli  plans for its new hiiildint; al enrner  of Kii.sl street and ,McK'en/ie avenue,  and bids nre being asked fi(��������� ri 1 con-  tnictoi s.  A new building is being creeled on  Kirs I Mi-fet, east of McKcn/ie avenue,  for J \\\ lionnett's tobacco and cigar  si ore  The junior  stoke vvill piobabl.v  Golden.  The Vancouver lacins.se club vvill go  to Kossliind dining the C. I'. JL employes celebiation.  Scciotary .1. jM.'McCorinick of the  ICamloops Lacrosse Club, leceived  n communication fiom J toss la mi inviting the home tciin to visit Kossland  Aug. 23th and 2(ith, when thcGiti-/.eiit>'  Celebration Committee intend enter-  aining the Canadian I'acilic employees.  Xelson lacrosse club has arranged  for two games to be played iu .Nelson  on August. 1st aud iiid between the  local team and one fiom Souris, the  champions of ( Manitoba last season.  Xelson and Jtossland play at the latter  place on July ,'iOtli. <  No man or woman will hesilnti* lo  speak well of Uh.iinbei'liihlV Stomach  and Liver T.iblels uftei once trying  tbeiu. Tliey always prod nee a plca*-nnt  movement ot lire bowels, impiove tlie  appetite and strengthen the digestion,  l-'nrsnlc by all druggists'.  BIG BEND STAGE  Leaven Itevelsloke for lioni Landing  atO-'fJ |>. m. Aloiidav.-i and Tbiiisd.iy.M,  meeting sleiiinei' on leliirn trip.  JrTJLPRtt,    $1.00  il lbs liiiggnge free.  Iiilendirig passeiiKeis should leave  wold at. Kleniiiiu'H .Stable 01 ring up  pboie- .Vo. H vvben the stage vvill call  for them.  \V.  KLKAIINC.  A. E, BENNISGN  Baker and Confeetionep  has opened hi** new bakery on:  Molvcnzie avenue, and trusts  that his past expeiienc* in the  city vvill nierit'.-i fair sh.-iiv of  pnlilic pal.t-onage.  A FULL J-iINH OK  CAKES and'CONFECTIONERY  Home-Made Bread a Specialty  Revelstoke Grows Fast l  We grow f.islei', having added  lo our JJakery and Gniifeelioiu-i-y  business full lines of  Groceries and Camp Supplies  LILLOOET, FRASER RIVERr&*CARIBOO GOLD FIELDS, LIMITED: s p  *.       ,     'In Liquidation.        *       ;-.  '-  List of Properties to Bo Solil liy'Prlvato  Tondor, Pursuant to tho Directions  ���������    .,     '    .  of tho'Liquidators.   ' ",  Agents for  the  MONSOON  Olehralcd  TEAS.  M. A. SMITHS, CO.  Vicloihi Uoan, Itevelsloke.  FIREWOOD  Ilrivinjj taken over the firewood supply of the Harbor  Lumber Co.'s mill, orders left  at Lhe mill, at VV, i\I. Lawrence  or by ringing up phone No. S  will have -prompt attention.  W. FLEMING.  J. Guy Barber  JEWELRY  Trout Lalco Mining Division ' y -  AlfPNA GltOUl-1 (bettor-known as'"Hr'oa(l-  viuw Gi-oup"). . comiiriflliig- I) Cnivin iciim'cd  iiiinoial ulaiins, or fnictioiinUc.liiiins.^situatcil  on (Jro.it Noillicin inoint.iiii, above 1'i'rmis.oii,  H.C.. toKCllicr with two liloeks of liinil. iiainel.v:  Lot Illl. sitiintcil ju-il. west of Kciitusoii, lowii;  site, .mil lot 211!). Hiluatcil about 2 niilus noitli-  ciuitorlv fiom Keigiibon on lhe Nortli Koil; of  L.uilo.ui river, nt the loot of Great Northern '  inounliiin. '      .-,,..,      '>���������*., '  JjANIIS sltiinted on Ci.ileiia'lla}*, Upper-Ar- "  row Lake.   Throe bloul.s of land coinpusini;, in  all. about God acres  Rossland Gamp.  'lhe "CITV OI'' SPOKANE" nnd  "NORTH"  rf'I'Alt"  nilnui.il   rliuiiis,   tOKothci    with   lhe  biiikliiiK--iind e(|iiipaien( thcieon.   -  ' Boundary District.  '    -  Tho "NICTA" ininei.il claim. Ciown-Ki.uileil.  Ml 1111 led 111 what i������ Known as "Hiown's C.iinn."  and the "(JUKKN OK SPADIOS" iiiiiieial claim,  Ut own gin nl rd, si la.il ed in what is'known as  " Cential C.iinp." "    ,  Illccillowaot Mining Division.    .   '  The > 1.ANA11K  .GROUP,   oomprisliiB    l.i*  CinvMi'Kiiuited* nuno'-.il  clainis, or fiiiolion.il  oliinns, hitniitoit on lhe main  line of the Cm- '  iidiiin Paeillo riiilwiiy. near  Illeeillcwaet. 15. O.  Pin tics de-irliat 10 put in a l<"inlorfoi anv one  in-nunc nC llio iilxne mentioned piopcitios  should *hn\e then engineer 011 thoKiomid and  oMimiiuiI ions niiide without delay. '    t   ..  Kuithor pni'tleulai-s and condition-, of sale  and foi 111s of tender (which 1110 to be sent in  notfliiter Hum (he 1.1th Auuusl,, l!K),i,| maj be  oliliiined KiMlis of (ho laqiudntors. I'ollcgo Hill  (Ihainbeis, (.'ollcyu ITill. Londi.n. JO. C, and J.  V. A1 nisi rong. liovelsloke, IJritish Coluiiibia.  Haled l"it,li .Tune, 1IW.I.  ":������  WANTED  ITlXI'BKII'JNOJiD  (JAUPJ3NTEKS  n'll work  G.  Lud-  171  .iii    and I iiiniei's vv.inled nn mill work  at Arrowhead.   AddiehS \\  gale, AiTOvvhiMd, 13. C.  17-iO.Lt. SALK-lOOiicresot hind ndjae-"  '     cut 10  railway station; also live  K001I   cows.   Address    IT.   O.   Fr.iser,  Sahiion Ann, 13. O.  J7",01t SALI2��������� A first eluss lively  and  }     fi'cifi;liliiipr business.    Apply ollice  ot Kootenay jMail. > *   ���������>  V  '    and a  complete line  of the  GENUINE  Rogers Bros."  Knives, Forks,  Spoons, etc.  r.\i<; carefully CMiuiincd and  " led to tlie best grade  piopcrly filled to lln: best grade  of yl.is^es  OS'i'���������I3elvveen   * Arrowhead    and       Cii-eenslide,    bhiek    vest    pocket  book containing six ten dollar bills,  one live, one two, two tines, two quarters nnd one Oddfellow pir,. Trainmen  and Oddfellow teceipts. Finder will  lie rewarded by 1 eLtiininpr same to this  olTice or .1, Uiirveon, Revelstoke.  'ANTHO���������-Experienced mill weight  Apply at once. Kooten.iy Kivei'  Liniilier Co.,'.NeNon, JJ. (;.  ANTIOD���������I'lrr-ehiiser-   for ^cnei.il  store in ������iowing town.    Apply  dlliee ICootetiiiy Mail.   v  wy  wy  w  ANT TO SELL-Tvvo of the best  hotel investments in Kootenay.  For   pni'lieiilui's  apply   to   Kooteniiy  Aluil office, Kevelstoke.  WANT   TO    SELL-Interests    in  tgnhl-buiiiinif iriirieral  d.iimsoii'  Fish Creek.     *     *    ���������  enay Mail.  Apply lo office  of Koot-  WANTED TO SELL���������Two houses  and lots at rising town of Camborne; each piopeity will let for $15 11  month: price on each properly $000.  For parliculaisapply .it office of Kooten.iy M.ul.  WANT TO SELL-University   ed  ition of Shiikespenie ivith illus-  ti-fttions and notes.   Price $22 011 terms  namely $2 cash and $2 per month. Apply dt Kootenay JUiul.  <, ? r


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