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 p  M  ^w  i1-  Vol. 8.-N0. 16.  EEVELSTOKE. B. G, JULY ^ [901.  $2.00 Per Year.  X  Come and See Our Beautiful Display  of Spring Merchandise,  I BEAUTIFUL WHITE GOODS.  Fancy   White Muslins.  Laces,   Valancines,' etc.  All-over  SWISS & DIMITY MUSLINS.  I  ' A most beautiful assortment of these  ��������� , fashionable goods in various colors at  M   ' , ��������� 'Hi l7l/i< 20, 25 and 30 cents.  I UNDER .SKIRTS.   .  p]   , Mercerised Sateen  Skirts  iirendless  llj       ' , colors���������All prices.  * EASTER GLOVES..."  We sell the famous Perrin's Gloves  ���������Once worn always asked for.  ass*} ,' t ,  I BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS,.  Just  to  hand  the  finest shipment of Bj  Boys' Blouse  Suits.    These are' the m  best made  in  Canada, and don't rip  anvwhere.-  i MEN'S CLOTHING.  "ly.  [ft'i  VI'-!  We have ..'just opened up a large  range of ��������� beautiful Satin-lined, All-  wool .Serge and Worsted Suits, and  marked them away down.-. Gall and  see us before biiyingelscwhere.   ' - ���������'  NAKUSP  Shooting Affair,  On Monday cvi'iiiiiff ;ifc Niikiu-p n  tluiiRiu-i.-in nniiii'tl Joe Pegella, who  hail lieen iii inkintr, wanli'il tu go fur  Mime, nim-e laj-ior. His wife ��������� and  fi-ii'iid^ (li;>Mi.i(li il liini, hut ,*is he per-,  M'.-ttji! Iiii -wife tunic his'money and  pock.-t linnk, whereupon lie got ;i  revolver jfind stinted shooting in the  air. He vv.-is promptly placed under  arre.-'l and on the following day was  eliargi'd '1-eforc Mes.-r--. Ahrii I and  Jni-il.-ui with slinolini' wilh intent lo  liiiii-ilei*.    iff. S. MeGai-lcr def.'inleil.  S"V(*i,il wii tifs������i*s. d"st-i'ilii'd the  iiflf-iii-hut nnsidi'ied licensed, did mil,  intend to l< ill niiyliody.  The cjise wn** Ihen closed and lb*-1  ln'iii'li adjminieil their deci.M'nn till o  |i. ,ni. when lliey re-opem-d the case  and called I wo more witnesses. Mr,  .McOai'ler pmt>*sled against such'an  Irregularity nf procedure and stated  he would wiilidl'tw fVom lhe case, aud j ing lrac!cn]en  15. A. II ig-jen1, M. i-;, |{,ft ()n Thtlrs.  lay to see some Larde-ui pioperties.  A -In wn social will hu ''held at, Si.  Pelei-'n vicaiage.on Tuesday evening.*  Mrs. and Miss IF, I^veque left Mon-  nay tunming on  n"visit to (jreemvond,  Ml'*. Ci-i'i'lman, nf Viinmmvr, arrived on Tiiexday'iiiul is a tfneat of Airs.  Dickie,  '  Mrs. Di: Cat-iulheivs left Monday  morning un a |Vw weeks visit to  Kelowna.  Dr. and Sirs. McLean.who have linen  as far as San Francisco returned home  tliis morning.  F. M. S.-hull/,. of Ihp firm of.Herd k  Sclinliz, of Rossland, was on a vi.Mt'lo  J. B. Cressm-m tliis week.  Miss Jlclntyi'c, I'nrinerly of Revel-  stoke; arrived from Givenwood la.st  nitflit en t-niiLe to Kndt-rl-y.  0 1 ..Sunday Mis. M. IC. La won en*  1 terlained u'picnic party at Ihe lake  heyond Mr. Williamson',* ranch.   '  The Ladies Auxiliary to (he 15. of IL  T. have arranged In hold u dance on'  Wednesday evening in aid of the fiti ik-  SPECIALS LET OUT  By J. PS.  Rancher Attacked by, Italian Scabs  ���������Letter From T. J. Graham  In Reply to General Superintendent Marpole.  T. J. Graham returned from the  coast on Saturday.    While there he  arranged for the Trades and' Labor.  Council to take a hand in the trackmen's strike and they will  devote'  their attention particularly to the  importation of alien labor.'  (  ^ As secretary of the local striker?,  i T. J. Graham saw Attorney-Genera]  Eberts nt the coast  and 'discussed  the breaking of the law by the company in regard to the importation  of alien labor,   The minister stated  that if the men would bring a test  case   against   the   company    and  secure a conviction he would take  the matter up and carry, through  tho prosecution of the company nt  tbu expciiee of the government.*  On   Friday    ti    rancher    near  Mission addressed a ecub'' foreman,  .who was working oh  the C.'P.'K.  I track there, and remonstrated with  him for showing a want of manliness 'in  taking the place   of   the  strikers.   The foreman, who had  a  gang of C. P. R. aliens with him.  jumped over the fence to attack the  rancher, but the' latter soon sent  the scab foreman flying.   Then two  da gees came   with   crowbars   and  attacked the rancher with the result  Unit he was severely injured.   The  scab foreman and his dagoes are  reported   to   have   been   arrested.  This is another oiampla-ofutin'.lawless crowd the company is bringing  into the country to take the., places  of   deserving   and     law    abiding  citizens, as the strikers have proved  them olves to be..  Su, if.-intendc-nt Marpole fays the  com}.: li; has SOU men'on "the'track  of the Pacific division. ��������� li so these  men are not to le seen-working on  the track.  President Wilson is taking an  active hand in the fight. It"was  on his personal visit to the Owen  Sound men .that they-joined the  striker?. ���������  Referring.to the shooting Heal'  Port Arthur by a C.P.R. special  (he Globe says; "'If"this event  does not cause further trouble it  will he because'the maintenance'of  way men have more respect for law  and order than probably the  authorities  gave ihem  credit for,  recognise , the union, and   so  negotiations fell through.  C. P. R--. oflicials say the track is  in lovely shape.. The Rat Portage  Miner proves it is nol by referring  to a serious wreck which'took place  at Ingolf last week.  ��������� On Sunday hist T. J. Graham,  secretary of (he local strikers,  received a telegram from the east  stating that' prospects .- of the  strikers were improving there and  that the eastern men were remain-  I ing solid,  I _ A C. P. R. telegram points to the  ! fact that the (rains are running on  schedule time. Well, No. 2 keeps  pretty good time, but'Xo. 1 comes  into Revelstoke anyhow, running  sometimes as much as nearly 2*1  hours behind time, so that"'the  company's telegram is simply not  true.       ' '   "���������  ��������� On Monday a number of imported Italians, who left the 'company,  went to Lardeau to get work on tlie  Arrowhead branch,  The Executive of the Liberal A  AN   INTERESTING  Fruit, Vegetables anil Grain Successfully Grown���������Experimmts  in Bee and Trout Culture,  No-one who has not been founr  Ihe ranches to the south of Revelstoke would credit that' such fine  patches of farming land exist in  the forest, and along (he'terraces  lying between the foothills and the  Columbia river. The improvements  too that have been wrought on  these farms in the face of great  difficulties are a credit to the men  .������n-HtinnniRn,���������w,i?"i .(Concerned,   Access is provided (o  ! SSI!I'    ?   ���������'st0eJllV;eim?'ecl   this section of the coui trv bv the  LSSSStJrr   best   road   and   bridges' in'   thfe  government to take steps to enforce  the', alien labor law and -urging  them to intervene to bring about a'  settlement of (he strike.  To the Rev. Father Thayer much  credit is due for tho splendid - way  ���������in which the Italian section of the  strikers have conducted themselves.  Most of-these men'belong to the  Catholic church and we understand  that  the rev. gentleman went  to j  "considerable,trouble to use his ' influence among the men to abstain  from anything-iir the   nature   of  violence.  _ A correspondent   of   the   Globe  gives (he following particulars  of  the shooting at Heron Bay:    " The  latest case of coercion took place at  Heron Bay on the evening of the  lStli inst., when a gang'1 of 'twelve  Italians?were enticed on  the train  a.t,Schr'eiber by the company's officials, who told th'em the   strike  .was.'cCttJcd; '. Oir tlicffraiui.ariuying.  at   Jackfish   one- of    the'  nien'-J  brothers told them  the strike was  still on, and the Italian-; upon try-'  ing to leave the car were -put- back  at'the point of the revolver by two  special   constables.    The terrified  Italians were driven like sheep into  one end of the car at every station  they camo to,   On reaching Heron  'Bay two Italians cti-seeing some of  their frienfs, determined "to leave  the car.  .Throwing their baggage  district, the bridge over the-Illecillewaet being a fine substantial  structure. We understand tho  settlers interested owe this road to j  the services of J. M. Kellie,. when  representative of the district in the  provincial house, _  The first homestead met with on  the vi&y is that occupied by   '  r. MOHAN  of the city,..who occupies 25 -acres  across the bridge ancl has just  built a house and taken������up'his  residence on the lot. lie intends  devoting his attention to poultry  raising when not engaged/at his  trade in tho city, and has had considerable experience in this branch  of small farming in the Northwest  where he had 300 fowls.. Already  he has a fine lot of turkeys to start  with, but has suffered considerable  loss'in young-birds from hawks. A  * ~. P-X��������� fS.'-CIiOWLE ���������-������������������.-'-,'  ���������'.,;'���������.-  was the first' to take up ranching  land south of Revelstoke and  was  probably  the first pettier on  the  Columbia south of Golden, having  located here-in 1887.'  The'area o"f  his farm is 300 acres 'and-..it is a  magnificent piece of land,  mostly  low-lying, with- underground irrigation,   a ncr1 well   supplied   with  water.   The farm is provided with  a good   dwelling  house   and   out  buildings, the latter comprising a  the terrace overlooking ihj present  homestead and intends, to build  here so that'he can have at command a complete view of the ranch.  On the le;-race he will build a r race  track and other public attractions.  Adjoining Mr. Crowle's on the  cast is the ranch occupied bv R.  Ram:ey, ancl known as  ' . FJiDOHA l-'AKM. '   -  Mr. Ramsey-has   been   located  here for ten year?, and was the next  settler after Mr. Crowle to take up  land here.-   The area of ihe farm in  HiO  acre?,,and  Mr.   Ramsev'has'  leased it to Messrs. Christenson and  Onons for live years,   'lhe homestead and cultivated land occu] y  the pretty basin of the creek whiih  forms.the outlet of the lake 'which  is such a favorite_resort of picnic  parties from Revelstoke, and'wrieh  forms one of the prettiest, and most  attractive spots in this section cf  country.   About   ten   acres   have  been cleared and   cultivated"   tie  Of]     ��������� ...  t'o  ���������eater portion being under'timothy  i' hay, Potatoes, strawberric-r-,  rhubarb and other vegetables arc  successfully grown, A specialty i-i  made of the cultivation of rhubarb  for market, and the crop raised 's  one of.the best to be seen, while the ���������  crop of timothy for hav is also" an  excellent one. The leasees intend  go.n/'inlargely for dairying ancl  raising poultry,  A. N. timith has two and a half ���������  acres of the farm under potatoer,  and the crop ie  a ^promising one,  1 his is probably the most'atiractive  tarm site in the'district," so far as'  location goes, as it has within its  area two beautiful lakes, and water   '  .could be taken onto am- part  of it  from a stream,pn the hillside,  Mr. Ramsey'takes great pride 'in  his farm, which some nf������ his  neighbors call Ramsey Park.  ���������' Adjoining Mr. Kaaise'v's ranch i*  that occupied by. A.-Williamson,  who took up a,section of 160 acres  seven years ago.   It is fitlv called-  - :I=O.V������;'' PLXETA'R Jt''  out of the window" and   trying toi thVoo-stall "sfable,   with   hay   loft  draw lhe nlieullnii uf the uU.nru.'y  tfemT.-tl tn lhe ine^ularitie.-", ][������������������ run.  tended (here was no evidence lo stis.  tiin lhe charge. .  The  IijuI'Ii  cuiumiUeJ   -teni-ied   far  tilt).  SOCIAL AND*PERSONAL  W. A. Gallih'ei', M. P., is on a vi.-iLJo  C,ii'il>,>n.  F. Frascr i-elui.-ned from Ihesnut'h ou  (-Sunday.  A .  YVilliamson's lulu  Mr. and Mi-.*������. Didi.-diciui went to l-'er-  ffll.-iiin nn Thursday.  Andy (,'iaitf came up I'lnm Thomson's  I. Hiding l-isl evening.  I-'ngii eer Snllnway  lias lieen laid ofF  duty iv iih a sniv liai.d.  Ulitin- LiiiiK-latT, (i  Mr-i. J. (Jaley reached tl������- (dd conn-  Iry safely wilh her invalid kihi and  ai'iMticeni'Mits im- lieintr made (n place  the lad in a children'* hospital at Del*  fast.  Supt. Bradley, Dr. Maratla, and Mr.  O'Brien, wlin are connected wilh Ihe  Diiquef-nc. Mining; Company, l.-ft- for  lhe   tiifx   Bend   nn  Monday, and   will  iPtiirn   Hal in-day.  panicd the patty.  FI.   Perks ncir.m*  !     At a meeting nf Hie  B.iard of Trade  licnic narly .-.pent Wednesday at ! yesti'iday ninrninj,' F. McC'ai-ty and t\  EI. Shaw wen? appi.inted  a cninuiilU'e  lo s'-ciiru a mim-i-al cnlh-ction r.-pre. I under false.information.   This i  and becaiife of the superior grade  of men up here.   Tint opinion will  be echoed by all people of'impartial  judgment and  frre  to   express   il  who are acquainted with them."  /The   justices   of   the   peace   at  Ashcroft   are bricks.   In  view of  the illcgitimafcand  bullying purposes to which-Ihe company have  been   putting   their   specials,   the  Ashcroft justices cancelled the   an-  po.'ntmcnts of 36 of the specials.  Under the act any two .justices of  the peace have power to appoint  constables in such cases,'and  also  to   discharge   thorn    when    theii  services are no longer required,   If  justices along the whole  line are  plucky   enough   to   take   similar  action they will  render a  public  service and save the company the  heavy outlay it is  now  under in  maintaining  a  pack   of    useless  loafers.  A new phase of compulsorv  service on the part of the 0. P. R.  is furnished by the Albertan which  says the Italians who left Revelstoke ancl were arrested at -Calgan  were not discharged, but, returned  by the company under the plea  that they had to*be taken back here  for trial. As they were never tried  it looks very much as if the .company is holding them as' prisoners  till and compelling them to work  iHUTt"i|fvri'pU il^Way  I sentalive nf I he dNtricl. I'nr cxln'lu'i inn  al. lhe Vancouver Stcef, Fa r which  cniniuenrcs <<,- Autrilst. ,"fh. (J. F.  Shaw will In* plea-t'd to receive simples of ore fifim Bitf I>nd properlies,  noL more than 2lli������. in weight. Hain-  Ihe Topic, was a i p|,.������ viill |,e |vtupicd   f|*co pf e|j;irp;e if  I flwrcii.  matter that fhould be, investigated.  A telegram to the News-Achertiser  states that the trainmen's committee saw the company's officials  al Winnipeg and agreed'as to terms  of settlement as regarded wages and  hours tin the trackmen,  but   the  leave the car, they were shot down  by a detective named -Joseph  Proulx/one being shot through the  abdomen and the other in the, hand.  This is a'sample of C. P. 'R. justice,  to which the sectionmen are -asked  to submit,-' Therc'is great indignation at Port Arthur over (ho  a flair i  Tlie Tuimitn Globe i-pp'ii-li   iluj   f-������1 -  lowing sug^t-stivc piece uf ne wi-,':    "In  coining p.issetii^'p.i'.s   nu ..i.he.. Lnpfii-ial  iiiiiiitiii'1    st,ited   yesienhiy   that,   near  Il-iiiisiy, ahniil  ]00 mili-s west nf fcJinl  I iu ry, nn"5Ioiel;iy    ruing   a   lirolien  rail' was encountered .nnd f,,nr cars  ..jumped the '.nick. They humped  aKing .on the lie.-i n short distance, a'uii  then pulled nn tn lhe rails nyaiii."  It  lalies   tlie   C. P. B.   specials   all  their tinirt trying  lo   urn   lUnvn   snine.  fellow vvh'.i iuts liee.n funli������li eii(ni"h   tii  iliinwa   inticn   ey,'   nt   nne.   nf   iheir  spies nl"   sell).     Tt,   is   hinierI   ih..i,   nn  illici-il   of   tilt;   coiiipiny   visited   the  lower   lown   last   week   and   mniieone  threw a mtlen eyy at-  him.     U-snli  a cnins nf specials rime tn   llevel.stuke  to endeavni-In trace the   mailer   lo   a  striker and make. it. hut  fur   liini   f,a-  iiisuliing  ihis   nn'ght.y  cninpany.    On  rue.sd.iy specials were sent,  tn   Golden  tu try   to   Iind   nuO   who  had; rotten-.  "L.'t;e,l   kiiiiih  scabs,    If  tiie   companv  ivniild yet, flown ,tn business and   niakf-  a  f.iir  settlement   with   tliu   strikeis  their conduct would he something like  business, unci tliis   would  be   a   better  occupation nnd the money  better  uni*-  ploved than in the present  .system   of  ll'ioding the, country at the. expense  of  the stock ImIders wilh   ihe.   riff raft   of  American'cities, and with Npe.ciai  con  stable.*  and   detectives   nnd   spies   on  their late, employes���������a .degrading   occupation for a gieat company like   the  C. P. R". to ho eng-iged in, when it has  to associate itself with and   take   into  its confidence all   that   is   lowest   and  vilest iu humanity.  Some of the. company's special  police make, no secret tint llieynre. in  sympathy with the men aud yo so far  a.s to give ihuin infoi'iiiatinn   wlm-h   i.s  W^Ujiiii'idB^g.)  Overhead with a capacity  of five  tons; a shed for storing vehicles  and implements, two cellars with  'hay   lofts overhead, one of  thc?c  cellars being 80 feet in length  by  lo feet in width, aud,the, loft'above  j this cellar holding teutons of hay.  j t The prociuflion'of the fai'nr'con**  w{$ of pntatoc?, small fruit?, vegetable? nnd hay, and iu winter a  great deal of lire wood is cut and  sold in the city.   This sea soli lias  been a bud "olio,  however, for the  potato crop,,a great part, of wliich  was injured  by frost a   fortnight  ago���������the only  occasion  since the  first year when he settled here that  Mr. Crowle has known .frost at this  season. '  The farm is well supplied  with  .implements-includinga home-made  hay-press which does the work well,  _ The vegetable erops grown consist of  cauliflower,  string   beans,  cahbages,, carrots, onions, pumpkins, turnips, rhubarb, beets,  parsnips, and celery.   A largo hotbed  is provided  for   germinating   the  seeds   in   early   spring.     Carrots  make ti (specially fine' crop on  the  farm, From the strawberry patches  as much as six crates a day were  shipped into the city,: C, B,*Humc  & Co. having purchased the  whole  of the season's   crop.   Strawberry  plants bear well for two yuat'3 in  succession,   The gooseberry crop is  also a good one,   Apple trees and  plum   trees   grow . well   but   Mr.  Crowle has not tried them a sufficient length of time to be able to  say how these fruits will do ill the  district.  '35 acres of tho farm have now  been cleared and Mr, Crowle makes  it a point to clear a portion each  season, Of the area, 30 acres are  under timothy for hay, and the  remaining five .acres are devoted to  potatoes, oats and other crops. As  showing the excellent stage of  progress which (he ranch has  reached Mr. Crowle employs from  two to twelve men according to the  ^^������������������'HvrtVfaW ft flttt ij  after a solitary, lofty pine tree that  grows about the centre of it.   Mr.,  Williamson was formerly an employee in tlie 0. P. R. shops, In t  longing for the free and independej t  out>door life he took to' r;'uicbin<-  and is making   a   success   of  n!  Where once stood a dense forest ] e  has carved out a  nice  home,  orcl  has now over 12'acres under culu������  yation,   He has gone in largely ingrowing strawberries and has lo.-.nd  the crop a very profitable one.  fl J*  old patch  becoming run  down, -a  fresh area of about an acre is hein������'  planted under this crop,    A stream '  flows over the property adjacent (o  the residence and  from "this Mr.  Williamson can get what  water i.s  required   for  irrigation,     .Several  fruit trees,have lie.cn  planfed  out.  but havc'not'hacl much attention,  Dairying was successfully carried  on for a timc^but abandoned menli=  ,  time,    14 tons of clover  hav  have  just been put up, and  the crop Is  said.to have been the,finest seen in  the district.   Two acres are  under  oats.  The outbuildings are very complete, affording accommodation for  eleven head pf cattle and for storim  hay. Poultry are kept in considerably numbers, an excellent hen  house being provided. .Hogs aro  also raised, 'lhe stock consists at  present of eleven head,'but is sometimes as much as 50 head.  ..Next to Mr, Williamson's is  ,   J'AltM RKVLLSTOKf;  occupied by H. F, Hay, a well-  known machinist at the C. P. R.  shops. This farm consists of 160  acres, of which eight acres have  been cleared and cul.ivated. The  soil is well watered, and of a heavy  clayey character with from eight to  ten inches of loam on top nnd of  great fertility. Small fruits- p<  gooseberries, currants, and straw-  berries do splendidly,  A number of fruit'trces have been  planted out, A fine crop of .clover  has just been cut for hav. The  back portion oi the farm 'i? wet  and Mr. Play is taking steps to  drain it. The stable is 22 feet by  dO feet, with a hayloft above, and  Mr, Hay is about to erect a good  hen houre and will uo largely 'into  poultry. About a quarter acre is  now under strawberries and a new  patch of half ;m acre is to be  planted out in this crop.  Mr. Hay took up this  faim   five  fWlB^g^^Jfii) ���������������������������*������-"���������  mmtmu  yimtr-stmmtrmm  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ^"f^^^ *lfvOOl"^H?lV ^in^^ll^ ! 1^I0*V ^!ilve i"ofii!-c������l to }>c (liftafc*!   to j foot   path-,   on   Third   street   : nd  < li.-the i-t.mpanv. v.liile the auihori-j otlu-i-   mire   }������������������>���������,',il;-.i-   inn-i*?   of   the  pi-m.is:n-:ii .'.vn;v 1--..IDAV. '   .' ,.   \    ���������        ,    , .  t        .   \ , -   [,  l es arptar to have think into their   c-h'.      As    matters <  are     nutl ei  ���������A I��������� I  I , , ��������� 1  r,2V2JSTOI'.E, B.C.,  ub33ri-it:9a   Pries,   $2.00   Por   Annum  oillcc pigL'.tn-liole? at the biddii g of  Pivsider?:   fchaughuessy.   and   are  either afraid  of  the  company,  or  advkutisin-g  isAii.3 quoted on ajipii " arc so involved in its  meshes  that  they dare  not  attempt   to  do  the  i-.ilion.  ���������  JOU PIIIXTIXG of oven-kind at mo.it i-ca-.on  : able ran:** .mil .iliorte.il notice.  --ACCOUNTS for job print iiig or aihoi-tin'ni*  ]viy,ihli; mi ilic iii-M ot every inuiiih ; -tib  -.���������npitoii.-. ji.sj-.ruli' itncily 1.1 .iilv.mL'L1.  I r'.i-ht.  i:; - should be taken to am  1H;C'  'cokkkhi-ondkxck iir.iini mi nil ui.tiii-i-** ' lor ti reception at Revelstoke to the  .   .,t luu.il 'ir nub-it- intyri'M.   All oeiiimiiiiii-n- ' --.    , i    i*.     i ,i  uoa*- to ti'n* Kiiiiui* niii-t be iit-ciiiiiiiiiiiit-ii ; Uiv.ii' and   JJue'lK'.-s  as   tliey   ] ass  by tlio n.inii.* of lln- vi'.ii'i-. "i'i. iii*ii*.i������iii-ilv  f.'.'.i*': iDmiiutti.'.-i.   nut.  '"i>;,!|'ii. <'viilc,���������''.iV! <.f  id  ll'IIH'Ultl.'i.l.  if ''pici.l Viviliv. ',e-()i-i'i.*'IiK)yii(li!ii(:t'l'iinist ivn'cbftlicvj,,  thiMUirhv  Av'e should say that  tho,  otitcc i.y.T;i'.**i:iiiy- i.>vi>niiiK:-iij ni'tU'i- io tinda ffcl'yfCe'iuisiRsytyhc,; proper f body^to  l.'liiv-o iii, tiicfitrftt' iajuv' t't' tlie *MAii- ii:lv*r  m-dp;. '���������.'; .��������� 'P.Ai- ..,:';. 1/ ���������'..:/. ���������'... 'pi i:  mayor nor aldermen know how (i e  city funds stand, or how much if  likely io be available for the ("liferent projects. This'is work 11 at  was entrusted to committees feme  'months ago and has never btm  tljne." Another matter is the v. a'.er  and lifiht business. This is at si. es  and .-even--. 1 he council think ii e  company should make a propo.-i'.ien  :lo Settle iiiefmatieryiiv? (aki'iisyMft,  ,i..  ;y'yycify;''debvh|ures?iny])aym  ?,-?��������� ..VvAiUlriv^;.'.',,,:' a.yyfqa.vva.y A;,//./ v ���������  A ....??'? ? Tiik; KeiOT^NAvfM.up,;.;';.���������;:  a';-' ??; ' Pt- t. '.-,.'.''���������'������������������';,;Kevclstolcb.f]J.C.  JV 6?ho:v T;??1tcVc!itp!<c J?tatio ??'y  Tdcplioiic'yNo; ;;0; av.  ���������,,;.'���������'  -:/'/��������� ay;.",.'  ftytke-allieyamatteryaup,'-^  couucil-wont.do y;t?the :������oarelr'Of-'   ���������������������������-���������������������������    ,'f  ���������:oiit \o stale  f.-u-'.s  i\:i 1  certainly  ���������T!i**i:i< r (Iiim vcv are after yea rs   of  ���������xperienee able io  < sti.'ii'ato   or   at  least    approximate     expenditures  basing figure-* on the past,allowing  >r exceptional   expenses   such   as  ������������������ishoiit*-. h.nd ami si er.vslieles, etc.  With regard to cc.m'ition of road-  , 'ed, it must   logically  follow  that  fit  does   not;  receive   proper   at-  ention   it   deteriorates,  and  if  it  hadn't why is ihe Imperial schedule  uit of ioint entirely ?   A you desire  impartial   te.-timony   eenisult   im-  ���������jartial individuals who have travelled from eoaslto coast.,;.'    ,..,. .,,.  . Consider i,t undigiiifif cl tofresort  to iiersona]ifies?realizingftbatf;(he  geueral public,recognize! t.lia,t-:.,fwhen  'there isiho-ease-throw-nfud:?policy  irthat.therc?i3'y,,somelhiiigf rotten; in  Denmark.    Cult'lc-fish'methods are  A RGB    A  WELL.    LIGHTEN  JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR *  yAKliE     A VV Jiljlj     LlL.il J. JL.1.J  j ..SA-Ml'LE   ItOUJUB.    ircalwlfcy  "^^S hot, air* anil (.kclric bells, an  light in every room. Free bus meets, all  U'.uns.  REASONABLE  KATES.  Xi^ht Oiill I!���������oin in eoiini clion for ihe  coiivciiiLiiv,.'ol t,ne.-li iiinvintj and Ut-  li.u-L-.ng tjy niylit uaiiin. Ilo'irly street  cur between hotel and station.  Ci.  (E, B.C..  .���������'LTJ'Y.AGK.yi'i-..  coni"i'.>a"iiv thiiikfthev' htvve ��������� a^ snap''.  P^pm^h^^  sfi'.'i :]'iL,'tiii'ic.--,-to'f. n-in ko.; Mio' firoci.-.oS-'iii' y   ,-.,,,. ,,. .].��������� ,,!f��������� ���������.,.-  ,..,,,:        -..j   .  -"-������������������- t",j"-"  ,vy:v a'   : v yvva. v';r:a('    p.ant to (iiec.ty anil  m.i,\   ieco.\e ; poor one;: |n debate.  a.ivtuigeimm.s.as, copies otvtlie  j ;u-   t'u, roveniuJ ,ind bc f,,J(. from   0ll, f ;       . " - T_ j (.,.A!UMi  pked .adeires^yy.nayoncvfisf:^ llnn   i11H13'0liiniclv   necessary   ex  j.(c(.vdered,y;niustvfirst,be{seut;?,(o  the,        ,|t til tj ,    lan(, j       :d  Art ::A.:::..AAn;A. A..: iAASU ^.Vi..;'..;.,a! a :���������:.     l ���������* -1  C^^ofy'l-itiyM.w^^  "~7f .tiixrt"oiiT)"vviiij,' eii j- ntjeiu's:  xi ;::::������������������.   ���������'��������� ,. ..-.J.,\V.Bi;Nxiirr. ..;������������������?.- '  '.'"'-. ;���������'������������������ ���������-������������������������������������:���������;CiNAD.V Unco .*iHouk L'o  X 'A,P;:,:X.,   ...,. VF.-'B.   U'KI.LS.a    y���������?  I thitftliefprojcct. ghouiel,, l;c, }uit-fin  uiid immediately.a?'"p''"���������//:. 'P/ ?  '������������������P '..��������� ?;:?yLdKDbN,a.liN6.,aAGKNCVva?ff?a;:? ff.  ''liiealiiilieri.il".I'ype' roiindry l'o., Liiiiitcil,  Advci-tisiiifa' A'seiit.-iaA liiyb Strei-l, Ui-i'iillqul,  ..j/'iidon:>y.-,.Kn^iii.iii..?--:���������:.',.;.-'���������������������������     f,y .>.'���������, :-x'���������  .' Kiii-biieiiiinhil Co'.on'iul Ivdvei-tisink'Agtii'Cy..  ;.UI'neVt,Slw;.V'?-.---'.;.r;Va,':.'   X?X/;X./a/A.   ;  PiP... /X , TOUONTO ��������� AOKN'OY. a/.ff'f.;?:  f Cciiif��������� 1 i'i-(is'rifAseiic.V;i CiiiiiuliiiiifAdv'crtiriiii-i  Aiji-ni-'v, Aydiit-.     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X.-'A/'Aff  pxppr:pXVRASCl6CO AOl^OX.: A AXK  fa- K?C, ,I>iikc?y 01- uiid UJ Mereliiiiit*' Kxclmngi*'?  ���������^iteiit*'';''-.'>. .���������������������������:.-.::-': ?;;X X' ������������������"'   -v-;' ;'������������������������������������ :��������� a     aaaX-' .';,"  a ; y; ay f,? ��������� 'HKWiXpiili-'AGKN'OV. v" f 'p"x  'a,iiciiiln'-j'loiiaJlru.-*-.; SitiJli-oiiihvny. ...??:aa������.-V...  f,y????:''a?v.., ??c,ii:uV.l,^^^  ^f'j:nK :K(i;irKN.vV'aM.v:i>liiisf;if lii-st-eli^H, eirf  ���������(.-ailiitiiiii. in tlnv.(,'itA-V(H', Ito'veNinko, iiii(|-V*;iii-.''  i*ojin:liii>r 7<li.sti*iiM. ;ufnl   iiIho ; uivyiliu fiilloiviiii^v  :j.!i'l.(*es :'y,aVV   y;:,f'   i'.' :������������������:���������������������������.:;,: Af':,' .Taya ,';',.,',   ;,y .V.  A'"'' A'lbei-i'Oiiliv-Oli \Va:'v>    ille'eillevviK.-t.';1: i'-./X.  V  XXAihu-icrX:. :'A:A,x. .: Holers I'iikh; a v.V:,-".- .a  :���������������������������... (lokleii v. -a .���������<���������.-,a'.'---     s-'iiiii'jiiii Ariii'-v ���������   v.y v  V; aVn-owlii'iiH :'.V ',.���������'���������;.  :   ,'1'Ihiiiis'iii'h l.iiii'diny: ,.  '.'���������:''---.(':oiiiii|ili<('-������v -,"'���������;��������� 'a , 'i.l.'.-mibui-iuv,-.���������       .*-.:..���������'"  ,;   :;'.I'i-out Laku City :a: "���������'J-.'cftrusuii.'w:',."���������  i ������������������:��������������������������� VirMlevnirlloLSp'.-.iiiKs'.Xiikii.-ili..:.      ','���������   ,':!,  ':- a.'u-li'ii City a a'.      ... ���������'I'ii-o".'Viilley! :,\--- V ���������  il T AlhrEYf,&^Ie:(JARTERf ??:?.?'  tX^f^X^i.^^^ApP.pAA%PP^  /A   , ������Ai:::tSTl-'KS,;;SeiLlC;iTOIiS, 'fci'l'ei.      a;  !;Ol--)/IC!KS laaMOLSONS ;. 3iANIC.; fBj.^CK?a' llKV-KI.v  iA,A::A'-'-'iiP:'i:-:' sToiciiiu.'C'.'yy.yy.'.,va,!i aavv-'a.���������";���������"-'  aaHaJloncy tO:loan:af A.' '-A;, r::':'pr> Ax/ ���������,.;,. ���������,.:���������  iaOtUecs;. Kevelstoke, D.fC.;'l-'iirt Steele, Ii. C.a  .-���������yt}BO.-S-.i'McOAKTEii.-^^  ;a ;y, ..a; lvcyul^tpko;Jj,, C.aa:   . Va^'yvt v'^V'^v^r^'*:  y?Tttiv?'(ra:is'-; iii-ay0ic|y?L;ardeauf are  reportedftofbeyiu a:yeryf 'bad . state  ythis iicasou? yit'yttppears that'a^tlie  ?u'ien there:cauygeJ.v!i<o.50iper'felayfJiit  fniijiijfg'-theyfwoht v������'ork: oil'trails at  fi?2;o0. -yThc'gbverimiciiViiiustvtheiye-  fore iilterfathe -systeni?'of.?..working.  iVosuggest'Uutftheyaylcty contracts  , for?ytiic'ymaintcuahce of .they'trails; in  p;p\C: section,'; f-Ht?^ukl?'t]ieii::;ylie  yjvoi't'hfthe while'of fiiieir ioftakcftip-!  fltlic- matter fas Va'r permanent;? becu-  .' ���������,��������� .- -������������������< .   ' a-.,... , . ..jj, ���������;.   . -:���������..���������*���������������������������.,. .-   s.a   < ���������-. ..a-  p:itioiiy:antlunder stringentvspocifi-  qa tioiisf t he; work1' coulel? be.': fas/ -well  ..donta??hU-hei'.td.fv^.?;lsy^f?.??f:f?f?.:?j:y-?i  for. This is a most unbusiness-lil.e  w.iv in which to conduct the citv  affairs and -may lead to serious  complications. There is naturally  under such a state of affairs i  growing feeling of dissatisfacaon  among tlio ' cilizms, 'and v<improperly so, Mattei'a cannot be  allowed to drift as at present, and  we hope the ouncil will wake up  and set its affairs in decent order.  Revelstoke,, July 25. 1901  (UdiHiiiticil fnun jiage 1'.  supposed tn lielong cxclusivoly? to   the,  company.  'Tlio V -iee'snys: '��������� Everytliing is  f.iv-ining the1 tnicknifii and the stiilo*  from their jminl.tif view is in lieltei  sliapts tud.iy lhai'i evei- it whs,'nnd ill*;  prospects of a .splileiiiiMit lire iiuieh  iii-iolilci- liian atfiiny time previmuslv.  l>,ii!io,-i(i men consider tiiat ilie track-  men'.-j si i il<e i?s vum. .  At llni meeting of tlio Trade*, ami  LaSior Council at Vicl<ni.-i l'res. Imuh-  iev ie.vved the iii'iioitation of aliens to  Victoria lo go nji the lino of the C. P.  \\��������� and how he had succeeded in  having every in.in, 'of the fourteen  t-pI lii ii    to   i*ji',-tttlp.     Mr.    L'ij;ir   also  IE  ���������'yM.aSCOTT,:B.Af,:LL.B.  Uahr ij?tu;k, ?: Soificrrou? < Notakv ya  ff';'?:'"''-    '':' I't'BI.IC,-' 1������TC{    AA[i".:A'  .''  MoKenzic 'Ave.r- -��������� Rcvciakikc??D; C  iDAVA-KD A.IJAG.GEX,.  tA0ipiM$/m^  :f yTlic iir'tii/jc wliiclif>y6apublifrli? iiv  .ttnotlier'ycolum.iiy^esci-iptive;^  ,ralli-lies te?thcasoutli-of aRevelstdke,  81 iu wn. 11) :i t? 1; 1 io. d is t ri o t. y pio^soss os an  'inipt)rltint;^t*ptirce;-' qi??y}iroduction  wliich otightf ?ne)t yfto? beyy neglected.  Uvis jiroliable (hatfbetween  Kevel-  stoke?vahely .Arrowhead: there   are  nia,tiY;.nice.'patchcysy,e)f land just  as  suitable;'������������������fyf^rahchiiig,;!: as    thore   ^pnko of liis action in  appealing to  ywhiclivhavey been.''taken   up.    The] Labor Comini^sionei- Breninei; and the  MiUWTradt'sli^ ,���������L;ll,,"���������  ^'P-iHineiit  to  lmve  ,, .aaa'-;? .  a . a, v ... av '.? , ���������   ,.   -ihc Alien L'lbor   Act, enforceu.    j\li-.  this'matterrandfviiysuch.laud   is   ���������,,,���������,������������������.* coul(i   (lo    IItllllin���������      jMl,  IJnrppi' added tli.tt the   law   must   be  eiil'orccl liy others than the  labor  de,  partinent.      Pi'e>irlent    Logg   pointed  oulth-it.it would be next to impossible  to lniriL; it  into   opet-ation. , He.   said  the, act.vva*! a ciisgiuco to lhe. Dominion,  govern iiiRiil; antJadvishl, thai"-a ulion  be taken,to,have tliH iiieiisure iimended',  ad.'lis- tovtnake it workuble.    ".?,' '���������"'���������"x%,-  The--''t'r.-i'ii'.a aiiil yb'-tiinr Councibliave,  rcaol ved to exert, all v cmn-ts: to' assist'  nnititenaiice-bf vviiv, in   their vslrmjidH.  a\-ailab]efitywouldfbefa?gobd thing  for the.city ahlldistrictfif the gov-  ernnient?)\-oulthyarran^ open it  iirrfcir.JcfHementv.yby^surveying it  ift.i.t'??i'rf' stillyryuiisurveyed, and by  r,unti;hg?af road ythi'0.'-igh.':it?'aaThe  lllecillewaet1 ircad .sliould' aisp ybe  coii.tinued'as far.at'a II events ..as Pi  h:\ft beeii laid nut,    'Vv A-aP-'AP.'1:  Conspirator Hamilton Takes French  ��������� LeTt/o.  J. 11,-iniillon, alias J,i1im-oii, vvlin vva-  'oiniiiil ted fni* trial last week,,on a  ���������Inn-pi* of coii-iiiiriii-j: to ('oiniiiit a  'inrjiliiiy on Hume ,iz (Jo's store, tiki  not like pri-oii life even under,such an  fi-j-ri'ealtli! c.flici'i'.'as (.'(instable Uppei,  so on V\'i'dnu*������(.l.iy iil'lernunn lie took  his oivn (li-.c-hnrgK from prison vvithoui  waiting for, Judge Poiiiia opinion ol  thi'l nialli'i-. 'The' pi isoner was employed about the Provincial gaolyaid  .ind when (.ion>labie Upper's back was  turned he cleaied out and has not been  seen since. , '     ' '  Prisoner was an old gaol bin! having served lei ins in Salem prison, Oregon, amount ing lo at least four and a  hulf years, fur larceny.  UN former prison companion S\ 1-  vester, and (he man on whose information be vv.'is convicted furconspiracy  also seems to have"gone. lie was held  on his own recogiioi-,saiici,,-j,vhich, of  coiii'M*, was nol, ubrih niiicb, to giv<  evidence at the trial of Hamilton, and  ha?, tiii'd round 11 i���������* city l.o r,ii**i' 1'ii'nd.-  oii Hie strength of his giving Hamilton  away.  .The cily is well rid of such a pair,  who would probably have done something dc.spei-.itel ere'iong'h'id they ri-  in lined lii*i c  The Sultana .vein ,-it. Rat Poi'lage  was lo.-t but has be. n found again '2i (I  feet to the noi t !l. nf. the l-esull of hi r-  ing.-. vv ilb the diamond drill. That i- a  iiuieh 'greati'r (li.-^pl.icenient tliaii is  iiMially met wilh."  uorMep  ABRAHAMSON BROS..'  pie rooms. lire  proof, safe. Yvee 'bus  meets all trains,   ������  Under same managcji]iPtit.  QUEEN?S HOTEL,'  TROUT LAKE CITY  :TH'Ji'IlbiPIT'AL,:&*I.tE.-  $25,000 ODE BRAND $25,000  Ornitliologieal Contest.  ���������"-'Sbmctliiiig' "o.iitircly-: new. ' uml intcri'Mintf.  Hciulvvliiit yim:iii-o'. to-do. i.y You inii..vget'gl.(.Lii.  Oni-'coiitcst is to sco ,vv lio'c.in make tiho lurtrcst  lisr, t\f ii.-uiics (tit* kinds)'ut birdstrcta tliu folllvv-  ink list of Ii; t icrei: -������������������': :''..:'       ��������� ,���������:..-. ���������:���������-...������  IU  phSVSG 'E^GINliEH,  Tli������:-c i*.-;vvi'(ln'spre;ulVtlissati3iactiunfro,ut  W D .0 O O C C KQU L\ A P fi T A fl ID G   ESP NalfE U:V E D U DIM W A DOHT L.  Uir recognition.byys<iid.ycoiiipahxyn>'^  to'iiS-si-at. iui'verv- vvay; possible to  keepa iiisr to.thc .ri;UL!������cvcrt -tril>LVwlictlior'it'-irt i\ Ilm,  ���������*' ���������"������������������'., '     ('n)������-, Siiigi*!'or any .otlicr.kiiid.y .A'oii can i .---c  f(JIeui. America ii f;Ins(.itiUc?JIiiiiiif,' KilgiiieOrtj  ��������� ' '   .? (Mom. Canadian -Mining Iiistilutcj ,,      .  ?   ..... f  ;HEVKLSTOKE?Tj;.;(J.y..v"  i.-\-umiaatibii-of and. reports on Miiiaval Pre*  -���������;.���������..: i-;:���������������������������-,-.   pet-tiesa apcuinlty....-..'-,   , v  yreiider,  liiiain-i.il  if.i' "  nssi*itiiuce; .to  fDomiiiioi  Mm  expressed tliniiiqlitiut the c.'tvviiaa.iirat i S'"?V'  .,.:'.. ������������������������������������;,     ���������-, .'���������:<"������������������;    .   ; 'a,'":'"'./.--- V   ,, ,.,���������������������������:��������� take   steps -10 .nolitvv the    IJominli  t he new site c hosenttir i he- ho-vpita   as >              ar,  .:   ,-:,,'���������'< ,    i.'x?1 ������������������������������������ ,���������  ...a          .  ,                  ���������,-'...     , '.^overniuent   (it atln-ir lack or.justi  ..a'1 is r?f>������^{^1V>? .c',,51^i'fe,etI : "'Jsui.t^bl&^j Lp^vai-d^ Uituir, inhsintibh nM:?tiie fy^lieu  j'fsitMiited us. ity ifs o iy u wet pie?e''i.f- land,| Labor Act i.syfit now sturirls'. tipotf ���������'J'Ii'h'  yj,iadjoining the: railway ti^ckjinuatotiR [.������t. M.t. U t ^;_- rf-j.M r]i-Vs ��������� i t;'��������� of f 'i'i ti[; be lfi e (i L''' \v|i./i ft -'  evRi-to tlieJalioi'i'ii^ .iiiiinif?t(j;fiit:cil'ily  iiny leltci-nn niany tiin-i-j.to.iniiko.-i iiohilmik il  Hjiputi r.i in tlie li'i'i- of lot Curs; above; for-iiL-.thtici*  Woodcock,'..Plover, Snow Hii-.l, etc. 'J'n; nnj-  persona. vv-lio:i:iiii.niuk(?' a list or i.'api* m'oi-i' d t-  ,��������� ri'i-i'ni'. iiaiiic-i of.-.birds,we. willi^ivc alisiilnl-.tly  L^    FKKli: ii b'.H-.iUfnl.i-'riaj value SI,0(H) or Iw,*-,-  s yyBIG PRIZES, AWARUElIDAlLy.f  Vvlicii you b.nvc'niriilii out ymn*Ji^tfill o'u'ttlio  lino on liic bottom of.tlifrt-ndvt.'amt i-kiiU to i.e  vvlcli a 3oiiiipe(l������������������lA'dila-s-wd ehvclopti.>lii,in)i i.f  ���������','���������'-��������� *������*'      t/v    .,.P ti,-, -,,,!-_;, "������������������;������������������'   , aV, ;,��������� ���������..;���������, ! -..," ��������� ,v,i ;..BVR r IO Uie,. aooi  HIT   llliiu  V to    lore oi\-     vviui ll CMinipuir.������i,ui-i;i5f!,eti  vnvcion:. fLiuil 1 OI  -0:/>t1r������W '/H%������0 i ������f tnH;������oi:st pullA*. .3i);Ulvft6,H(.^::in{J .;,:.: ;. .   ., ..:��������� a .,.. .   , ^^ -,'������������������ a.: '���������., ^,,-..,- -a : yourcountry vvnrdn.Xheri.lf ������������������'yo:i tire avvm led  ......*:..:: .:,.u:..A.. ....���������;:,;. -a _���������    f   ]   ��������������������������� \\-   - ..,..%'}. ']'.. '. :  t!iu     (-���������,-! a ,   i ���������' a,. ���������:.   J , a     ; a',   ':,:. .;������aa      ., ���������-\\ GIIDD. :;W \i sllllll n-.vitr.d iiaprizj to o.very, pi I ���������  -r--T-T?7-*--������������������-7��������� ���������v,oe!ijriCI.-.: >>-e-i-suit^est ,-tti.Uc; t:..)e.,;-;!-i.i.ii'U;:1 ul^yr. hivys' iIkii. hy sirriotntr   it, . VN-e������uld , sciii vvlio is^iidaaiJiei naino of lio lsii;U-tv:urcloiu*  FKlDAY^fJl'L\*;2i!,:l00!?  yi:U^i^ion,o,i,Ll:e;:nattPr Kelrft:oVc^  :'TiiK: portion off .the y 11 lecillewafetv  tlie  in'et'l'itrSvot  sui.^ciir.ers:  coi-vt  yfor���������'Aui'listf 5t'hf   .Tiinl. H.'no.t  npf'i "fVui'iinle.-iiiii'cti of wav' in .'their   li^litful.','. host solution.' unc'.i  diiy'a bo.i utii'ul Im pm-t-cn  HI'.  ''react? oil :���������' the abankfsoutli y cf .tllB.v X*W$   ������������<i A��������� asudi   i.ii.    impor?ai}i  ":: britlge. is...illlin'jr* iii:-;i-a;pid-1 vj*:-iitiicV'.'-iJfe'j'q.������e's.tii:r-ii';;. i.t ^.i^"_deairiiiWe.--.yi.fi.' -"s.r-'rti"r*.^  '',������o.v(5^  ':'")l':iS-c."aiph-pacV\vsV\VclearcrdvbtU.--; iiii^-.i>'^1 'V-1-'.^1":-''111 ^'-^PMr-V-y.f������y������iV:irJwl.^i;'r-*q;__, rf"  ,-ist- lli'ii.'^' -i.ii'-  slioijld.' ���������i']ii''i--tVc*!' .fibnut. ., We  ! pulilHii i,n a'nutlier coluimr  tiie'.?'ir*Ti!ir.t  .' -,va . .'.. r a.'*a. ��������� .���������';'-'"���������-��������� ,: .     ,.-"   ��������������������������� .-���������.'.,���������:.��������� ��������� -a :: ' ���������.'���������'���������.'���������.'���������'"���������.  '.'������������������.yf   |:(j'[ ��������� the /site ' com,nil tee   showing   ;tlif'-;  e'bir- !.nifiii!.-:.'''iyf-..tlin ."vniious' .sit'r-ifi'")iiHl:' tiie;  .,,1 i-e.'.tsoii.s.'1'.or.Ciiei'r 'iVc.iiiiiii.ienilii.t'.ioiij.viiit'fi  we have iii',- lie^itai io'n  in,/.s.-iyjn^   tiiai  there-afoiH, wliicli   iiiduceii' the,   coin.  mediate;! y;? Jn it-k'.:-.iu-c^tut..'stat'c 1?:!^^^ secured, M?':.tl.e  isyrai'iicU-v  .traiilc. ������������������'���������?���������  becohnii'i  uaivstr.jv.f;- to  .citizens.  ' Tiie Q. P.fR.: object*/to a,  ''.iiiiUt'C-ot tIil." trackme'n/libi'i.liivjr uj-  tlivconi]-;iiiy for 1 ii g 11 or' wn u'es,. 1 >u t  it '.loo- not object to holel/up 6n   il.-,  ;. '        '" . 'I' '*    -        '���������'''������        :A      '  own account the? whole: -of 'Canada  for freight'rate:.-', land- ami; nioui.-.y  ������������������^rii'm.-*. '.lo.Hiinci.' of the law. icn-oi-i.-ni  by'special police, and   by  Hoiyidii\<J  tli,e. country   with' tlu/ariff-raff   of  f.ltnerie'an eitie.-,   Jt.  iij^e'iir.*'..thttt  wluit is.rLdit .for thi.**   n:io!ioiioii������t;'.r  .���������'.'���������'oiij-paiiy is wrong for iIs empluye^y.  'I'cii"Set.-'i forihoa3eVeiiJiuxt bf.*il.>-(i!iili(iii.s caul  : d-iyf.'i.'Koiii-iili Siikili'piw.miviiil jiiiit.lt'Uliy, L.intr;  for.the. next be.-l'ji.'iliitioiiiii''.Golil;l?ic'ce ; and.foi*  . all: other" con-cot soliiiions-,' l;?i*ize.*i".'of. Uood  .V nl no.   -.These  rrb.cs will lieforward eddii iiy.  ay.'u will hot lln vo lo'vvnit along time in uiiuer-  .inii'ity. boforuyou know the ro'sult. .y'i'hcroi^ no  ;.c!onient of lot.ioryin our .plan, ���������ii.innkcs nodif-  fiM-oney vvbetlier vve tfC'tayuur solution Jiilo or  cailyin the' dnylv All you need Is t.o'po.-'i iliih  'iidvt, to  u<, i.n(.l.nn tlio 'dny.' it riiMelieH its. if  ���������-.vnm*''li.it is lhe. lxit-t','-/on. shall have'the Gold  ���������Watch-or If Hocond. bent, the beautiful TonySa  mid.no on.    Wo- giinriiiituii tliatwe vvill invan,  jiiiia pHr.-i.'.' Thci-u liali'xolul.cly'no iijiportuiiiij  ���������fur deception oil our iin.rt.~vvc can not litl'.ri'd it.  . VVc \Wint'. to KCt l.dilO.OOn ,'ivcll salIstlcil' sub  scfibcr.*', and i'or thiii.,i-i>iisnn vve dnn'l,wnnl, yru  to, neiiit. any .iiioney ���������-until you know exactly  vvhat p'riz'.j.yoii l.uu'i: (fiiiniiil. oy.iiii.siveriiiK'Mi*.-  liii/fSfln, f -As-soon alXa'r I |,,in.,,veiic!i day inj pos-  j siblo. Ilie exiiilliiievit vviH-'Jlitfa-n-'lhn lisl.sto lhe  .mc-.i-o.i;rie?;ie.-i--]u ���������ine-.pasi .wowict  i;c ? b(;.������r.- of -iluayrubilliy, and'will 'rle-lgiuitb- the  I'iiUch (ibiiiff't!   if   vnu   would -r>r> Iit'' \>r}w*. .A\V will w-i-iu* to yon at, oiieoiioflfyini;  .      - -r~ '*'���������'  .."���������'-      J i'i.in.. : .,.,;��������� v.-Uiit. prI;;o liiis lioun (twni-ilc 1 you, then if  the 'xQ\'iyp}\\)'I., ��������� ������������������    . .'���������'    ���������'���������,.. ������������������ you nro Kaii.������ll.'d, you ('iii) hi/ikI your Mili.-scrip-  ��������� .5t::u^'.-y,'U1:. ���������������������������'..���������;. ���������-.'���������.       ;.::':���������.���������;.:,..,:������������������: , a;, y ��������� ;��������� ���������-������������������  ':;/iK. AliAlVXp KXVLMS-i .IIIS'CASE. fa  ;;E'PlTOi:|yKp6TEXAY.''^lAIL;y''./.''?f:,'-   '���������'���������??'  :? There,"was an'.?.-article from  the  'penfo; ^Ir/R? Marpole'in  the  Col-.  'binsX'��������� ^'hich '.-^'as , rejjrotl.uc.t-tl ';in.  severereo:i?t Mjie-^ ptn-j/orting ,,{o  be an lynsweraUhoughitis;; only fa  ���������rejyiyl'y.tb' tiii i rre?ponsi 1)1 q-'.(.I )'-' ?brielge  ���������\va-tc.hmah which;' confafna: several  points which. 1 Poule like.to eluei?  |date,.���������unci a.s you have .extended .to,  !mefeoui'ieMe^Jn thejwst \vo\i!d l;c  P^EcLennaii; McFeely &; Co., Ltd.,  ���������      WHOLESALE HARDWARE     ANCCUVER, BIC"  carry the lareest stock in B..C. of all SHELF & HEAVY HARDWARE.  V\*c arcHEADQUARTERS for Railroad Supplies, Mining Supplies, Mill  Supplies, Builtlers' Supplies, Painters' Supplies, Harvest Tools, etc., etc,  Wc'also carry a large assoittnent of Tabic and Pocket Cutlerv. GEM  SAFETY,, RAZORS.      . c '   .  We Invite Correspondence.  CARPETS,  * r*  ART SQUARES,  RUGS,  LINOLEUMS,  WALL PAPERS,  CURTAINS,   ETC., ETC.  Everything lo furnish a Home in modest or elaborate style.   Write for our igoi Catalogue���������free. It contains iuoo illustrations, all priced.  Complete Furnishers,  Victoria, B. C,  THE   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE  -   , Ho. 4sK.iW.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.  CJnM, SUvev-bcail ami Copper Mines vvunlcil at tlie KXCIIANGE.  1'UKK .MILLING GOLD propurilus vvmucil at onci! tor KiiMfuin invrsloi-s.  J'nrlios h.-iviiiji; tixining- propurty for sale uro rcqucfloit to sund samples of their otu to tlio  bXCIIANGh. toroxhiliitioii.  All Niniplcs aIiuuI.i ho .sent by express, I'M'jI'AII).  CoiTuspuiulcnci; .lollcitcil.   Adclrcas ull oomnmnlRiitioiiii lo  t'clcpliono Xo. 1C1,   1\ 0, I3os 70  ANDREW F. ROSENBErtGER, Kelson, B.C.  E5ggaasiyiB!ga������a^'-^^aB^^  -The h'Vic.TS Si lot: is made (in the most modern laLt, and  is the most handsomely finished, jjives the best-satisfactian, and  costs .no more than the ordinary everyday shoe. You need not  consult a corn doctor but purchase a pair of I.wictus Shoes'  and your corns will disappear.'' Made by Gi-oj<ge 'A. Slater  ancl sold by ��������� ,  inittee to ���������"-cn.hi!" to'.tin's.' c;'jiic!ii.*<i.>ns' f.   Jt'���������'is,' Midectl, fi'.trango������������������. WiUt  tf.!!-  lioii to Til:-: AVo.m.vn'u AVoiii.ii iiiiiI���������yinir'prl/,.  .will uo''liy . riitiiiiiuf piik'i.-iu-i',|.ijre p.ild.   'j'o. n  stilted in tiie':r- i'f'p.irf;   are   ,-i  atodfiy ii.*! .lln'}1   vM'i.u' ybeture 'tliis  lie vv*'  aite vvtis.s'iuiij'-'siti-d.  f.^c-iliic- Mi'iifv. vearr-.-ot" 'litithfti'lf serviee'' it-i !"'r������A ������t,"*������������������-?<>"' i(!fiwii>ii;ins impuH.-ili>u- tiiiit  ' >,UI     ' ' .        a.    ,', ���������- .     .   ,.    ,. .-.   .. .   , : wn .nlidiild   ho. utile, to  fiiuki; -ri|ii!lrn (,'iK'inli,  ha.-* on 1 \: j(ir-.t.dooh dii-'.eove-reei: that i r>rxi: uutwoiMvaiim uwUvy, unduxun.i i-upi���������  I am .ii'H-.-'p(!U!-i.->!(���������', and ijertuit me-i .  Uiioh. u'e  ������Vh(mv \v\iictly  \vh������t"\vu nro rtolnj.'.  THlr] (-'ITY COU^CIIf/,  i am. iM-|Hii.iMi)ie, una perruit  ipe^,,,,,, ^'IVI. ,.:in j^ilimaWiy ������VinTamiiiioirMiii,:  to add that ir.  w a:- :onl v  af-.'-r  re- '-��������� at^'iii-n-? hytii!-. ^riinr] .iri������.-n -������-.���������. j<ho\v.*(.Iih^ iir>-  .'���������')���������     v a.   ,-     ',(   a, *r      ...    ���������. : , ������������������. irilliif.ii ni' ��������� vv.cll jitciix al. KiilwcrlbcM '(.'iiii lib in-  |;enteel.soj:(.-itatiO!i tbat i  ae'copted \ tint-n] tfn-ccoininciiii thi-j'M'om.an'h wotauto  who are also dealers in Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Leather  Joods, Crockery, Glassware,'Clothing, Men's Furnisliings, etc,  Front Street, Revelstoke, B. C.  ES  i the  poMticn. of. .b-rifljre -watchma-ri-  cl..,nf   *f'} 'X-.-n   ;-.-.,:      ' !-,������l  nil.frii'iifl., ilii'i-cby b-iiMl.ii!r i  j-iiiiiiii'iiu'V.. Wij.iiro willing  up oiii' uii-'onliitioii  n������ to up ntl S'Jfi.iiU-  ���������, ,   ���������?,���������' '" "        .-���������: ttie ?upenii'e!K!'jn,t,-tel;,ii^ me ���������'thai'l brUii^^ii'fjniii bniiriiiiKtiiin ii)������*i!ib������.������i.iptioii  lhe edv 'joun'cii. of Kevelstoke P lw(..rr)rSr, rif mvfinpj^v*-!   -nhrV'ii* i .pA\pPhc:'^Pp')r'n':-lJpi'un}:P': l',M[iru  '.���������.��������������������������� .        . OlLdLit, ui iu\ jji.rie,'.-*   ii.L-.l   .'OOnciv  [ t|K;.!-|f;ht to pu!ili*h (i iiotlflclttloii'lliiitthocfiii*  bt up to the, niiirk.-'as.tlie bu^ine^, the -cor-iponv df?ired nieto take the -'���������!^t .l",,'l p^A/t:mi\r,iu,(\,. n^ri fioinyunn-!  lr,'lf< t'Joliil.,',...'I"nu toiit'.iot .u-lll tciiLliiuc until  five  not up  tx    '.-'  i is'behind'and disor^'o.ni-Vd. lartrelv -'-job, ��������� ijeeau^e a he:n^ "a'    j raetieal. I'Jii-wim'.vist, vjy. .xx   -. ��������� ;,.'/?" -."',"  "���������     fi       I          ���������    '    ���������'���������'���������,'���������      '���������-���������'     .,             .   .' "'"���������," :  |-,riflr-?mon      T'-' r.>,n )?'l "���������   iti ��������� r, '1 A,, , -I!,,'! ���������' V' '���������-   ������l ���������'������  A Moiii!".. I.VIif(f'','-jf..iJJ.-.tl !ll(lc|l(>tl lei  ot   the' Qivi.n'g to the-committees failing  to w1"^^?'1', '*���������,. r-o'->>n:   m.eii.ger'iiy vofiiiioHiciy totho ik-1-m..i avIh, sfji.<in in ui.eiii  ;.?DL-'F.rN-G'.- the  strike th* C. F,.H. has proved itself j attend; to the duties' .entrusted to  the i?re:te2t-aeneniy th'at-.'IavX af,-.rl-': them. .'.Or ..criiivse ��������� there is this  ;o;,ler','h:u' in Camda. This .-oul-! excure, that the.amalljinx epidemie  floss corporation liris.tricd - lo flood jfinvolvcel the city in such'heavy un-  the. cotiniry with fall .'the y ignorant j foriecn expenditure tlutveryjlittio  pauperi it could  rake together in'pinoney' is available for''tftfrks..'. The  !?n:ted -j-tates  That   .   v.;.is  'done., too, a gainst the laiv. and yet  there i.s not a ^nvrr'ninent. 'either  dniiiiiiioii in' pruviiieiaJ. thai dares  I'hallenge thi- ceuupany.in-the hnr-  courtfir, The only independent men  ill thia.' %������ .{iyc \\p .sfrijicr,*,; /or  tate vvjjatyva*; nceci.C'l '-ivl-.i'-n'.'-iiny-  thing K-quired r'spliie-ii'icr. f do iivi-  say; ihh-'hoiir-tfiijiy hut ���������. (,n'jy \jii  justification of my Axli/iA{x<:X i  am- extremely, tli.tiikfui. - that ���������Mr.  Marpole acknmvhdee-i !.y 1?:: utter:  ances tb.it I have stat'ed'iomci facb  ivhich are 'decidedly  more  helpful,  uiriotis  ;.(.������ /nir  eaus-e  i rid  provincial, government? , however, '-["than' in  promised to refund $1,500 . oil- that j this ���������'"despite', the   efforts   or   some  ' newspapers 1.0-slnJw.iij) hut one side*,  of fli'e,.'"(]ii(.'*tiul'. -'vi/,., that of lhe  curnora'tion .'���������'���������������������������       .      . ��������� -, ���������  a  . .    -i������*i  'KOti'-li..111. ll'i tli'J lll'.-l-ui'irl   !i:,il)(l*iOIO(,'(jt, liiiilllior  'i'Oiir e'omiiii.tr.-c, will, drcjilrj m. I nu'ii'd pi-'l/,"  \ flrt.Ur, Jjn; t.h" ,"|i( ''Inl Wiltf). [iri/o u-lil in- ivwnMut)  i in .M������ir'.-!.. li)-').'.   >\'i'ii' bird s iiiiinc fyiind .'n.tl.c  y'di'jtioi.iti-i.'Vo ���������.'(-;>.oj'tt'.d. :i   y.-      ���������"''   ���������''      '���������'��������� '  ?' ��������� .-.V/HO'-V/E: ARE,-,   :  ':-.>'/���������'  \ ��������� Tj.'-v.U-n:i...v'.', T.V-, ;!.i; x (I'll orMi,'(bIy rf-ll  ! ii'-.li: (.iiii'.oiii. .'a ;i'<.���������. I.rai.hi t-i.d') o:-:aa.tlv:(i.'i wn  i  'rlvf/rt.l-i-.   .A v I oi-: ii r n;|..i.M!|i)- ���������<ft:lt:U:r 10 Miy  i, Ad.'crlijiiijj Ai'tiii oi- o!.n)iiU')j,iii,in in London.  I  ^HIllO;  .'.;..,.,,.,-,���������. .,,'.   ....'���������.,���������..,?������������������' '.,..���������,-....',,.. f   J".  ably furnished with the choicest tlie market   '  affords.      Best  Wines,  Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $1 u day.    Monthly,rate,  ALBEET-    ST02STE,    IFIROIF..  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  account, providing ,*i i^'tini ��������� wliicli  slinuld be available fur' works when  paid oyer? There are several works  that .'..hould  be   done   if   possible  tew mtih mlnty iii.^ ^^r  ���������   ��������� - ���������      ���������,'."    '    ;  ft ,*' , ..  ��������� Sl.i'iir.t  Tdivi'i  . y'J here is no-desire on the pari-,  of  the ex-ei'nployes, to injure the jiorri*  ftWi ^f;'W\t|9'WJ3,^*Jf yjf.'V,if  (.'(it lltl-J-  .. A.O.. ..  N*. V..~.l!.' fiirriful iind r-rnrciy your l.ltair .-'/,:. nf  ivo'do nat. I'l'ociv'.' iiiidfji-p.ild ii:tt,i)r.������,.A(l(Ii-c*(.-ii  The   ���������; Woman's. ���������Woiil(it,':,.Br.cntfowL.  Head Office; AlDattoir and Cold Storage:  i   ���������       -        -     ...���������.������'<'        '.     \. ��������� ������������������ 'H  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  '  Ml?"  ^        Kootenay Lodg-e  /^P*  No.l5A.F. &A..".l  "V-r . *    The regular meciiiis-  are held in the ..\l.i-  A SDantiful EaEraviag of  rt n s* r '  ���������I      r^rt���������Sfi-t^s   ^7%       .mi'j Temple, llou; in  ^AS^S^S/W^i-��������� Hall,  ������"  lliis ' tiim'  -^^^./"iimA^psrr.luiidiir    in   e.icl  ^^'JS''������P>j:j^^^N^5 tn-fill li   at    d  p.  in.  Visiting   ljrctlirei.  cordially welcomed.  U. S., Jr/JAUTKI!.   SECHfcTAHV.  JtEVELSTOK^ LOIJGS.1. O. O. F.. No. 25.  ;5|3 r r fei    ? i*��������� ft t n n a 'A  UUfcbM   tfiu I Unifl,  For Only 10 Cents.  y  -'.������"wOvt:������ii.  Regular moctinss arc held  in <').H fellows' Hull every  , Tlmrs'lay nislit at,  ciirlii  "���������������-c-^������<iiij^'-Ss. Thurs'lay mslit at,  ciirlii  '-',fc'>Vi?^'^c^2s'-������u'duuk.   Vi.-iting brothers  - ���������'-' ���������i5^***'    cardi.illy vveleonied.  K. WATEHPON". X.fJ. J. A. STOXK, F.3.  II. X. OOURSIfil.. U.S.  starting June   loth   will  make the  run from coast to coast in  ,ours,  Cheap rates now in effect to the  SJCZiKIRS LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets overj-, Tue-nlny  oveiiinj,' in .''(���������li. iil-  IIall at 8 o'eloek.  ) Visiting brotliron cor*  'dlally invited to attend.  AD.UH.N'. 0. J. MATH IK, Six.  All over (,i.o world ihp.-o ������������������ietii-.-es vvill he sold  'X.'i,'-' 1,-r.i.v.- l.cr b:ii lo love !h-i-: X.,!.r- inii.ied  liei- bur l������ i.r.iini*." There rrc Ier, iii'iiiun ,co].!c  in the t"i)i'"il .-"-lali'-.-i'id C'..r,..i!,i ul.'i viil! c.ieh  '..-.ii'i one of the-:- l.e'.urif il jiiiiurc --. T'.<-\ .-ire  mil ->z ', lu\--N. X'o i-:;;n-:i^i- !���������-i- bc-i; -p ,u-d  niiii th" picture i- ������ell ivorihvof a l.andtonie  'i-.i.i.c'. Aijeiii- .Mil =eil 1'tO .I'd-.y. S I'uple.- hy  .Mali, pot paid, 1 <*.  1 dozen picture-, 7.V.. ������.I1 for 31.20, profit ;.'.s.  ci) pictures     '      Sii'i)    -      f.-'.'ri    ������������������    Sil/u i    -,  I'll      " SJ.00     "     'Sll'.OI   ���������'    S...M j ���������'"���������li'i-i'i  Hcit'sr order 100 at once and -trikc while the ' silt*-, am! beg In rcpuit ,-is follow.-:  ij-oii i3'������Iot.    T'r.o t:i>;p i.t.-ell KoniNi-vvlrcn ' i      Ori'Mii-il  Report of Site Committee.  To tin* (piViv i.-idiiiil) Jj'i,-ii(3 of Tru-lees  Iti'v-fi.-tdkc General Hospital.  G -'illciijcii, ���������  YonrMtc r oiiiiiiii ii'i-,  in'accordance  with your in-t: iii-tioiis, have met, eoii-  .-liiil   cxaiiiincil   I lie available  LOYAL  xposifion.  ,. For rates, tickets',' and full information apply  lo  T.VV. BRADSHAW,  Agr.t,  ���������   Revelstoke.  E. J. COYLE,  A. G. P. A,,  Vancouver.  . OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mail Linos.'  Choapest Iloute'to tlio Old Country.  ,     ALLAN* LINE- From Montreal.  Tai'lsi-in     '  ���������  ';      *      ;      ���������      ��������� ���������   JulyGlli  Austral an    '  ���������       ���������            ��������� "  1^tli  ('oi-iiitnian   ; "   Wih  Tunisian      ......        "    'JTtli  DO.MLYIOX LINE���������Krom I'ortland.,     ,  JJ.imiiiion ���������        '...,.       July fit])  Voncuiiver Aug. 3rd  DOMINION LINE-From IloHoii.  C'onimonvvciilih J"'}' ������rJ  Nuw lOnt'lnii" "  lith  Coin in on wea Uh "  31������t  BEAVER LINE-From Montreal.  W.i-mn     ��������� ,..'.,   July jtll  1/iiku Ohaniplaiil    ���������      ���������      ���������,���������','"   I -tli  Luke McKtnitio '   "   l-'-li  Lake Superior "    ���������litli  Luke Ontario      .....     Aug. :'nd  P.monpers ticketed throiiffli to nil parts of  Great, llritiiin and Ireland, and at specially low  rntc-ilo' all pain of the European continent.  Apply to nearest railway or .-.toaui-iliip agent or  to ���������  T.  W. BRADSHAW. Agent, Rovelfltolio.  - S. S. "Lardeau."     ���������  Ihinnlnc* botwoen Arrowhoiid'aiid Tliomson's  i   J,-\tidin}j eoninieneinj June IU, llljy,-will-jail as  follows (wealher permitting):       .        . .  Leave Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and t'om.ipllx at 7k. daily." *    "     '   "  Leave riioin-on'-i binding and Comaplix for  Arrowhead at trk. daily, coimecriiib' vvith all  r. I'. If. ciMiiH.iiul bonn.  Tho owner." rc.-crvo the right to t-hangctSmos  of s-ailint'.s without notice. "''  ' TIIE Fit ED KOillNsON I.UMIIKU CO. L'TD.  F, ItOIUNSUX,  Managinj? Director,  J. RINGKK,  C Il.���������  03ANG3   LODGE    NO.   1633.  Regular",meetings arc held in  tho Odilfellovy'fi Hall on the  Third Friday of each inoiith, nl  8 p. m. hlinrp. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  THOS. STEKD, \Y. JI.  \Y. G. UIRNEY, Rec. Sec.  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I.O.F, No. 3161.  Meets iii the Oddfclovv-B  Hull on the second and  fourth Mondays of each,  month, Visiting brethren , invited 'to attend.  K. D. J. C. JOHNSON,  -'   "  R. 8.  the jicopio want them.    Thev want them now  HOME NOVELTY MFC. COMPANY,  P. O. Box 513, Dept. C-3i,  CHICAGO,        : :        ILL.  Attack of Boyal Canadians at  erg.'  The present U a timo when \v,ir pict urc are  in greater demand than ever, The ciimitict of  tho British "oldlcr-i on the battlefield 1 in--iron  tho plaudits of admiring nations. We have  of great expense published fiiiir liuye, bt mil iful  pictinop. size ���������.'ds-.M, on heavy, superfine, calendered paper. A picinro that vvill ecinmend  it-elf-and .iei:d a thrill to the heart oi every  truo Caniidinn I-the ono called Attack of  Koyiil Can.atM.-in3 at Paardefcers. there aro  lit'Ji'iilly luindrtdi.-of figures on ihis pieiurc.  tho iiiountain.s or kopjceo all-etching out, into  the .-Uotunce uru svvarnii>-ir vvith men, while  hero and there a pro-tip.te .igure .speaks only  too well of the Doer r ilemen, It was on ihi.s  battlefield the gallant Major Arnold met  death unflinchingly, It is only too true that  many of tho-je gallant hvart!. tlmt beat ?o high  when the cheering thousands bade them  God speed as tliey nailed from e'aiiiida's shores  now lie r'tili forever in .lonely grave.**, on'tho  other side of the vvorld under African skies.  , To every Canadian heart, in' every Canadian homo, the deeds of their bnivo soldier  boys spealt with un irresistible tbriU of  Patriotism and pride. Gordon Highland-  ore at the S.xitlo of Balmont.' Charging  tho Boer Guns nt Elanunlasffto, and tho  Charge of General rronoh'a Cavalry on  tho .itotroatins General Cronje's Army.  Thci<oaro all htirring pielures nnd ciinnot fail  to commend' thciiHulreis to any one who win  examine them. They are KED KOT bEI*J;-  ERSI AgentR coin "money, llig proilis.  Knormous success. ��������� < r.c agent sold iiS in one  day, Samplu and torh-s "Jo cents (none fret);  four for CU cent.--:,$1.5U pc- Auzun; 25 for 32.75;.  50 for So i ion for 59.ja. Writo to-duy for a'  dozen iiiid make money.  sili.' riii'iivc T,ippiii}>'.-  Ii.'.u-h (iH't'i[*(.l liy (In* C. P. R. i'(,i'  f ^'J'j!)i). Coiir-idi'juig thi- in.-K-ces-  sil/ility (if the mIij, its/pik-c, and  tIn-* proximity (if the railway  li-iifHc, ytmt coiiiiiiiUi-i-- dcL-idi-d  niiaiiiiiHiu>ly tn abandon llii������  i-ilc.  2. Sili' i'a*������t of wiiilli tt'.-ick, ,onu ncii-  iVi'i- froiii 0. P. R,  Ad vantii^esi  1, Shi'it cniT}- ft inn laihvny.  '2.    Siti- lm-i-1 ami i-it'an-tl.  D!-n(lVfint,-igi's:  J.   Tiincliisi' lo I'.iihvuy.-ind sawmill.  2. L(ii'i(jap|.i-(iiu-li to keep i-Ii-ar in  winl er.  fi. Lmv-jj iiijj;iitul su'.unj*y ncifjljlior-  liimd.    ' '  ���������i. No dcfiiiile inforination as , tn  e.incL situation, and.no -issuranee as to  timi' rptjiiiri'i! hy (J. P. H. to hand over  the site to the Il-iisUjes.  5.'   Too far from cenlrp 6t" c-lly.  Your committee considered (hut the  di.-i-uli'.'int.-ijje* far oiitvv-eij>liHd the nd-  Vfinta^p.s, and uiiiiiiiinoii.sly decided  .-I'^iiiiist coiihidei in:,' llii'.sile,  ,'i,   Site   nl   far   end    of    MacK.'iizi.i  avoinie.   S'JUfi. x 220 ft. i-qmil to  oi-der to  secure   tli.-iL'^iie   which   vvill  he.-l. .--.-I've the  ini.-iv.-.|>   .f'the  i'ulnivi  patients uf the in?lil nLi-.ni.  A S1T1-: SKLKCTEO.     ���������  At a joint.,mceliiig of ihe lifispit.-il  irnsteed and silo coiiimil tee on iJon-  day .evening,' iherc were present:���������  jJensrs. ,Kil|),-itrii-k, Mclf'artei-. J. Alna-  haiiiM.n, Kellie, Dovvnie, J3i-i,ws(er,  HowM'ii, J.)r������. Cross and (Jarruihers.  On mot ion ol'T. Kilpatrick, seconded  liy Dr. Un.,--, it was resolved to reject  ihe recommendation of the pit** committee .and lo pin chase fiom the F.ir-  well towi:site lilock C7 Iietweiin the  <(Jily Hotel and the railway for,$10U0.  Messrs. Kellie and Ahialiaiiison voling  iiifaiiisL and llu- olhers sui| oiling tiie  iiioliiin. ,"   "  Aid. Aliraliaiiison thereupon left the  room Ihld left the ineeling wilhi ut a  quorum.  L:it������*r'oi), when the south train came  in ln-iiiging W. Pool, and eiialiling ,-i  quorum to lie formed another iiieelin^  was held and the action of lhe cailier  iiii'etin^. confirmed. It was ri-xulu d  to take sleps to gel the lot cleared in d  e-o mi vv it,li lhe luiildiiig.  MINING NOTES  Pro-peetoi-f, and mine-oivner*������ are invited to  coriii'ibutt! to the K'.oi-e.v*v .Mail information of a reliable . liaraeter reghrdin-i their  pi'opci-tie-. de-eribing -uriiiv .-hovving-,  (U vi Lipiiiciii woi k and re-nlt- attr-nding it,  a���������ay-, mid new di^-overies. The editor  d cm res In make the .Mail a means of  luriii-liing io investors reliable information  i-'jiieri-i'isiK lhe progrc--, and development  or themine.'-.il re-ouree- of North Kooienny.  H0IV1E NOVELTY WIFB. COMPANY,  Bos 513, Dsjst. G3i D,  GlIIOAOO, ILL.  <>  31 8 I   LA  G."W. 13, Paget, Prop.  i'l-ompl. ilelivrry of parcpl.", liugga'ge,  etc., to any p:i.i;t. of i!ie City,  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  All tidlers left tit R. M. SmyiliH'n  Tohticco Store, or liy Telephone, No. 1  vvill receiv-R prompt uttrniion.  Citizens of Revelstoke;  ��������� Do yowknow that ^io.ooo. or  $ 12 iOOO'ii year has been going  into Chinese coffers for Laun-  dry^Pmrli 'every year;in this  town',. " Pllie- Reaclsldk'c Steam  Laundry Co. are trying to divert this^ -money into the channels* of trade. Will you ' not  help by sending-us your laundry.  buker"& SAXTON,  Proprietors,  "US" YEAR OF.  OIF  Size 16x22.  UNION LABOR.  Buy Only Unio:i-Mado Shoos.  THE ROYAL VISIT TO CANADA.  THE ���������L0SIN0 SCENES OFTHE WAR  THE RETURN OF THE ARMY.  Events of World Wide  . Interest,.  An Opportunity for KOOTENAY  A1AIL Readers to keep posted  during this Period of Excite-'  ment.  THE BHfflEST VALUE EVER  ���������   OFFERED.  <. Ono of  the  iuo>t beautiful pictures in  L-oIors"   Upon n background of Pure Solid  Gold rests  the Family   Record In the  iliapo of "ii  Iirttidsonie .volun'io ivitli Gold  Clasps upon <a cushion of crimson velvet  with" ti  beautiful gold ttt-Bol. ��������� On the  pusci, under diiTrrcnt heading-i, uvo siiaecs  ,n whic-li to writo tho name ami date of  oirlli.    On cither side i-i a beaiitiful seroll  ,m which lo i-ocorJ iiuirrlaj?!;*. and deaths. ������  On toil of Hie pictiirc./iro   the   words,  'Fttii.ily RcoorcV in tlio i-Il-IicbI lettering  knoivn to the printer1*, art.   Under ihis are  -.paces for l'utlicr'-  and r.iotlier'n picture^  In the lower jmrt of the picture is a bran-  .iful homo sosne.     he dear old grano.  parontB, the Iiandsonie, atalwars hus-  jana, nnd hayiiy young wifctlie Iox'Ihd-  ���������iaugliter and  uaoy boy���������Mio idoiia.ci  gmartchlld-ai'c all gathered iiiound tiie  -.able, while (crniiiliiitlici' rcudi<n purtlon oi  God'a Koly   Word,    A   inily beautiful  ���������.-.ciii-;- L'liilsrneiilh are the words, "Cod!  Jles3 Our Fasnily."   Around Hn.*. picture  '���������ire ewht'.xiiacenjor photograph.** ot other  iiieiiihui-.i or the fiimil.v, each ."pace eiic!o--iin;  i i,"eni flower piece,   Kl^owhero on lhe pie*  tire are i-eatterud L-rcup.n-j \ inis, buds mid \  iloss.-mis in  rich conliision, ll:o whole re*-t- \  ng on, mid tlirowii into bold relief by ihe \  .'orguouf bnckm-uinid ot Solid Gold which j  .jrod'.iecs a picture of d?.P3liii2 beauty,  AflCllTQ ^"0'r ~iH VOUR TLMK. Om  rtUl.il 10 rrijUiiiiMirieo in it) ccnl������, bin u  my one whotsuiiiift tjiift a'!\t, we will nei.c |  ���������ne for'-.'.) ei'iit.**, U'.:i- iii','0'! io ntfuitl.s 0 foi  ���������1: 50 for S,i; liTi for SU.i'.fi. We )mynl  ���������InifKC-i nnd i-jiurn iiioney for unsolil ph.-  ,ures, N. ti. Jndvscli, i'llmoru City, hoiiflu  17,5 SI I. i.i, sold iliem 'for hall' price, -.'���������) ceitt*-  .���������ncli, in ."> (lays. iii.-iUiiif?oL',Oj cleiir prolit  Can you do belter?  f  W'c have u,<t'J) ,tcsi:mcli:u!f' and wan:  yours.  Address  4   i  j!  ...  3  HOME NOVtLTY MFQ. COMPAKY  Oopt. C3i B, P. 0, Bex, G:3,  00.000 *(|ii iiv fci't, for $1,000 plus  $350. SIISO. \  Advantages:  1,,' Li'vel sit p.        '   ,  ��������� 2.   Gimiiul   likely   to    improve   in  V.-lltl'^,  3. Opt'ii, airy .sltu-ilinn,  ���������};-  Avei-.i^e ciit-i-y fi-tiin railway, and  all pai tf (if lhe tdWn',  5." ' Quiet, si't'liliii-tl .**ilniilion.  DiMitlviinlai^i'S!  1. $-100 to $100 ivoi th of cU'iii ins to  (In.  2. Silo vi-ry hot nnd du-.ty in  'siiiiiiiier, nnd exposed tu full force of  ii.irlh -winds,- and, snow diifls in  winter,  ( O '  .'). Only snine tlii'.-o or font inches of  soil eoven'np; .-.and.  4. No shelter of any kind, and will  la 'c e yea rs Lo grow same,  ."i.   Di.-t.-incv from 'liver,' prohiliitive  of I hut means of di.*-po-*nl of'-JiJ\vn^p,  . (5.   Appi-oat-h hal'd to'keep clear ,in,  winter. '-    "   Yum-L-nminiLti-v llmiijrht Ihis sitn a  good one, and would ha ye decided for  it; Inid No-j not lieen in competition,  -i. Site on Mara townsite. 323xl."*0 ft.,  equal,lo 48,750 Mjniiri* feel, for $7,30,  and nin-yinjj two liou.-es" vnhit'd liy  committee at $200, $350.  Aiivniiin-<e:>!  J.    Level site, clcjiivil .-ind ready.  2,'Gooil   ifitM.-iLiiiii   nn   t-ivci- hank,  | | and {jfiio'd ^uden soil all ovel-.  .'}. Main ihoi-oiiglifni-e, nnd sidewalk  (l.ipi'o.-u-hing lo wiihlu 50 feet of front  tl'ioi-.  *!.   Quiei, secluded sitnaiion.  5.    Extellent (lrainage fricililles into  l-l VI I".  0, Trees frnnvn'l.-ii-fyp' (jond shelter,  unci con Veil it'i't-es all icndy for shelter*  i'.l walks for eoiiviilescenls,  7,   Pielliest aile for (i  I'L'sidi'iK'O In  Ilt'VI-'l-.lllIil'i  Di-ifidvanla^esl "  1, C)on������ideied hy niinoi iiy of coin*  mil to.* lo lie too milch shelti-icd.  ^���������waijunw.. jMteii������iwjwi~-i!g*W!rtgBB������aw������a*'^^  ^C/ST������R&������  j we are enabled to oiler to new .subscribers Hie )  biKb'fi-L vnhie ever heard of, J  I    The balance of Ihi-i year proiiilhes the most I  ., ,    T.   .      ,,i    .        .    ,-,        i    ! cliirlliiigevent*!, inid every pcriion a!io::li keep '  ton, the only Lniun 1,.,-l.jry in UnmJu   p-0,t(,(Ii  IIu.c ,��������� Ul(, oppuI.U:ilU..:  ,   This sliitnp tisGtJ I iv tho JOHN Mo  PHEUSOX CO.,   LimitpH, of Unii.il  Rubber Stamps.  Drdciy Int' Unl-I.c'i- Stamp*; Kent in to the  OIHi-h of ibo Koon:.s-Av .MAM,, Keveli-toke, i'i  t.'., will be tilled withdespateh.  s. I. V\ codrow,  Hy ii  very saliafaetory   eliibliins nrr.insc* .' u5U  I  wtltli.  ment with that Ki-er.t^-'aiiiily NeWepaper the''    Family Herald and Weekly fit.ir of .Montreal ; Retail Dealer In������������������^aaaaZ^^      o  BEEP,   PORIC,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game In Season.  All order? pi-omul))' filled.  Cornn ���������   .  and Kins tilreel*;.  G-unomith and  Machinist.  Over L:i-.'.:'<j:ico*s  J lard ware Store,  REVELSTOKE.  All classed 'of Ttipajr atul tnachiinbt-  .���������,  AVQTk pro;\)pbly-a-VtcricjCU't-V"  For the Small Sum of $1 25 we will  send you until January 1st, 1932,  The Kootay.Mail,  Tlie Family Herald & Weekly Star i  and the I'aiuily Ilorald's two great  premium pioturc.**,  "Christ ia tlie Tc^le"  4"Hoifl3 from the Wap.V  REVELSTOKE, B. C, acr?!' 1)0')e!,!S  Baker, Confectioner,  Caterer, Etc,  Choice  Groceries.  i  ! Graham Bread  U thai- Hal a in 1 l-itlui:.'   K.tlicr piet-iro.-il.nu* |  "A l-v"-i'-,-A1J   *-��������� * V-LVV- )  In worth doulilo lhe mnni'v,    Thi- oiror ii oprn i lUn/lr] -m tr CP\rCl 0    CnQPl'alf T  only lo Ji,|y SIhI. a-tin- -imply ..f pi.-I.iiv--i-' i   VV CUUlJJg   UIKU th   J jJtJUicLi LJ  limltOd and ci'iiiiu.t he promi.--'.'  aflci't' :il (lati  To any (if "tir pr --oiil sulwerilier.-! we oll'er (Ik;  K.uirly rtei'iihl iui.1 U'dokly's'liir'iinlir.ianuTii'.v -  U\\ tiy:',' liKjIiidlnij  the t\ro t'j'.^Jf'.V'  {Oj- tfic  ifiii] ���������ni-i].������,rs(.pr(iiii|illy. aiul  .".*' , ������������������     Ci.ii'fnlly *itl.,'ii(l.*(] to.. ���������  2     Tun I'ai1 liiwill'ils IiiWim- InWIl.  13.    Litlh- i-i'.isin'-.-t uf land iiifii,a--ili}?  Ill   Vflllll".  Tin* rcpuft nf ill,1 ciiiiiiuil i,cu is fni'  No. 4 **iif' mi tin* Mara t<i,vi..-iK\ Tlujy  (���������(in-iiili'r thai ii i--, a** a >il.t', lln- heal;  I hat w lien ,-i'pni ioit i> in an .-iiiibiilaiiC'c  ,-i f.jw   hiimlicil   yards   mciv   nr  h'.-s  HIOA00 ILL. -J i ;lllll,|inls l" ii-dhiiiKi that ihi' I'.iciliiii's  " fur rlNpn.--iil i.f M-\viijj[i. lire fill1 mpciini-j  and that I hi' uinl,'i- ;i ppro.i cli, with  main Lii<ii'.ni^lil'.irf iiiid Mili-wnlk K fur  hi'lter. AImi they (-(iiisiilei- the l,"ii*  di-irii .**iti' will tiikc years In lieenine  even fail I v sheltered, until which time  it, will he Imlli lint, ami dn**ty in suin*  ini'i, and liillyily cnjil and wind swept,  In winli'i. AImi that the saving (if  il I'll I h' ijilOl!() nn Ihi' piiieh.-ise iiiiiiihj*  mid t-h-m-iiiK nf Nn. 4 .-ih' vvill c(['ialiy,"  nii)**t, nf I h" inn en**i- nf value that, may  aci'iiie in I he future. Iu lhe Li-mlrum  No. U-ile.  Ynt.r ciiiiiiiiiil.'t* wi.-h to ndd I hat  they M*iid in I his i-'i'pni'l lei'iiiiiinendiii^  w ll.-il. tliey lii'lieve In h.> the lies I file ill  lhe city. They cnn.-itler Inill) Nn. 9  and 4 ir<ind siles, IniL mi1 nf upiiiiun  th.'il. Nn. [is\-eiy ili.-iiiit-ily Ihe lie������t.  They ui>h i'nithei' tu s-iy. that, in  their npiiiiuii, the piuxiinily nf a  liu.-|iilal i-, a disadvantage In lhe resident inl pni t nf a city, nnd that Tut  every l-cisnn it, is ,-idvisalile In senile a  -rcluded, ijuiel spul( such as is iill'ered  liy So. 1 -ile.  Yuiii- t-ninniilicp. diies not, t.liinlt Al.  likely that, any cili/en nf Ilevel.sl.i'ilci-  will (illnu* his snli-ci'i|ii inn In lie nlTi-cl*  ed liy a difVei-eilci' nf (ipinimi alidlll.lhe  -.ile. and hnpe that the puMic ivilhuive  linlii tli'i' siteCniiiinillee uiid the luiarjl  ��������� if I I'lisleescii'dil, fni' eiideiiVdi iiifj; tn-  wei-j-li* IViiily l he ii'dv'mibifje.s and  djs.  SOMETHING FOR THE DEAF.  Deafness is so comni'iti an infirmity  amontf all clauses Unit, it will he of  intercut tn those of our readers so  afllicted tu kiKHv' that a ciiiiilive  tn-atnienf, based chiefly on extei-i ul  upplicalion, has heen lately disc-overed,  and i-i ^ivinp;'Sunie wunderfiil result.-,  iu England, where it is now extensively applied.  The discovery is now some years old,  and is due to a French auri.-t, Dr.  Di-oui't, nf lhe Faculiy'nf Medicine.'  P.iris. We will try to explain in what  the new treatment cmisl.xla.  When the ,-inatniny of the oi-^an of  hearing i������ ."tudied, we notice that all  ���������its delicate, parls-lhe hiliyrinth or  innei' pa i'i and tlie' tympanic, caviiv ���������  are cnrefnlly .sheltered im-ide tl-.e  skull. And it is always there Unit, il.e  chronic maladies I'i tun wliich Deafne.-.-  ii'Biilb are sililaled. ��������� Withu'ut the  nperation of trepanning, it is impus*-  st .le to reach these essential parts, and  for a lniifl; liiiie thei'e was a (juestion nf  tli-covering hy what means remedies  for rest.i I'ing their function's could lie  applied. The most strange ,nrul in-  gonious ptocesses have lieen siu-ces.**iveiy H.nploye'd; catheteri.-m or inflation  nf tliu Middle liar, application of  liquids or vapours through the nu.-e,  .syringing, blistering.  T.he effects of i-lecll'icity have, of  com si', lieen tried, mill general I real-  meiiL has been assiduously lesnrted to.  But It'u'iii*-! be owned that no lasting  rosiilts have been obiained- by these  means, and, on account, .nf tlie ilifll*  11  cully of trealuienl, Deafness  has been  looked upon by all as a nearly incur-  able c-nmpluliit.  , But, Druii'et, hit (ihe day on the idea  of utilising the welbknown ubaorlient  pinpel'ties <>f tlie .skin and lis.-aier,. lie  reflected lhub this was, in point uf fact  (In* way always employed of treating  nil i'ltei n.-il disiirder locnlly, aiid���������set-  ling out from this principle, lie drew  up l ho formula of a preparation in (Inform of a cr-.-scent-ahaped plaster,  which i.s applied to the mastoid proces*-,  the swollen .pint of the skull behind  the eari exactly underneath which are  hit tinted those internal purls'nf the  aiuliliiry organ of which we have just  ht-i'ii Mpeaklng. To liiese i Xternnl up-  pllt'iillous mi auxiliary tlvntiut-nt \>  generally ndded, whenever there i.-  nny iufl.itiiiuatiuii of the nose nr  throat, or where antiseptic precautions  il i-i* iiiCi'MMlati-il by ,soiue discharge  IVcin the ear. The. curative treatment,'  l.hercfnie, differs iu.nearly every case,,  but external applications are alway.*  the foundation of it.  Drouel's   llrst   cxpei inienls   in    hi-  inelhod Were made at J'ai is, at Ihe  In-titiHe bearing hi-* name (liisiiiui  Drniiel), and the results I lint, he obiaiu<  ed tliere were so reniarkable thai. (\vi>  e-iablishiiienls nf the same kind Imvi  lately been founded, one at,��������� Uru-sel.-',  aiidthi' oilier at London. Th" etna-  live p'owi-i cf the new treatment i.-  leally iii.-ii-velliiiis. With the exception  of cases which have been reiideied  completely incurable by pi-chm-  surgical nperalinns, il, may be ii-.-esleii  that a I'fidical cure is ii-nally obtained  nunialtet wfial may be the  unlui   the duration uf (be nlfeciiu.-i whin  Illl*. caused lhe Deiifiiex.s. Old |enp|.  uf eighl v years liave been lonipleiel;,  niredi as .well as palienls who bar  been proiiolliicetl incurable by eminent  iiuriM-j.  ���������'"  JI is to be desired' liiat Droin-t In-  si il tiles may be speedily founded in  0,111,-1(1,-1 and Ami'i'liM, bill, iii-aou bile,  deaf pi'l-.-ons and 1 hose snlfeiiiig  fron  Ferguson   Rros.   expect   to ship 2l>J '  tons froni the Tiinne this sensor.  .   A New York company is reported to  havi?   taken   over   the   LirJenti King  group. '       '  $14,000,has now been expended in tl.e  development of the Kitchener iron  property.  Tho new company which has taken  the bond on the Lade property i< plac  ing some stock locally.  A. E. Welch and U. II. Wtsllake. of ������  the SrnllMi   Canadian company, have  arrived at Trou I Lake. "    '���������  Rich ore has ij.-en struck on tint  Klondike cl.iimon Tendeifui.t creik  timed hy Andeison and Nelson,  The  Pnisper-tur  s.iys  Jiin Hiil m d   '  associates now rivn a ciintroliing intir-  ii .1. iu the (Irmv'ii Ne.-t collieries.  J. C.  D'i-ewry has let a contract for  a)0   feet   of   tunnel   on   the Common-,  wealth properly at Crawford Bay.       "  The D. C. Guldlields, have 20 men at  work on Fish Creek clem ing n situ for  a stamp mill and cutting right of-way,  for flume,  D, Lotigheecl'l-j reported to have 2$  f-et ,nf Milid ore o.-i the Silver Leaf  ������i'.>uii adjoining the Dlack Diamond,  on Ilaskins Cieek.   '  ('. W. McCru.-san. of Minneapnli.c,  h is ni rived at Trout Lake to'look after  this development ,,f the iMelfopolitun  company's propel lies.  A. F, n-.uenhi'1-ger has taken'-an  option for $80,000 on the properties  owned by A. McKay and J. 13. McKen.  zie. and has also bunded I he Goldfinch  owned by Messrs. But Ier and Cameron.  A. W. iluliitn*.]] brought in with  him some line sample- of ore from the  Francis claim, adjoining' the'Standard  group, nnd alsu nam pie*" of galena ni'd  from the Silver Dell, on L.iforme  creek.'  The���������Scolli.-!i Cinadian company i.-i  rushing work im the Metropolitan ,  tunnel in three shifts, p.- Uolieii \s  foreman on the property.,'This pin.  perty is highly spoken uf by prospec-  ,t >i's. who know it.  On lhe Cm ihno Hydraulic Company's  properly,the bottom stratum of gravel '*'  from two lo ,six feet yield.- from $1:2j  to $0 per, yard and is so hard that the  iiianls-lmve'no effect on it and it will  hive to be drifted and milled. Thn  company havo 100,000 tons of pay  gravel ready for extractimi, Th,-; old '  channel wh-iv this gold is'found has  been explored for ISOOft, frum one rim  without finding the other.  SL'RI'RISK GKOUi;.  J. McMahon returned to Lhe city la-it  week from tliu Lardeau, where he had  been doing assessment work on tho  Surpiise group. This piu perly is located on the north foik of Snrpi-NH  creek, a lii'hiilary ,of tin* north fork of  the Lardeau, and about six miles from  Ferguson,  The propeily is owned bv Messrs, J.  McMahon,, D.  Morgan and XV. Foote.  A good deal of development work has  'been   done -oii   it.     There   are thrcn " ��������� ,  ledges  on   Hie propel ty hut tho work   -  has been confined to onu so far,   -Thin  ledge  has  lieen  stripped lit inti-i'vaN  along   the  mii face  for  1200 feet, ancl  two shafts have  been  sunk on ll tn a  depih of IS feet, each showing a nico  body   of  ore,     From   the   exposured  (hree assays \\\'\v madegiving averagu  values of $7Sii Ion  in gold, silver nod   -  lead.     The ores ennsi-t of. galena and  .magnetic   iron.   ������ In  une place there is  an ure hod\ eight, feet wide of galena.  The property coiisi-ts of two full-sizo  claims and. a frnc!i..n.- The lend oh  which lhe work ha- hern dune is from  Ifl m 20 feet in width. The formation  is slate and lime. There i-- good wntet  mil nhiindatit, limber on the propeity.  B, of R. T. of A Resolution,  To Editor Kootij.vaV Mail':  Sik,'��������� Kindly insert,tho following-: -The resolution p.used in  njVision No. 1, B. ii. T. of A., July  17th, for publication, an error nf-  cured in mentioning any nair.es of  unper.**. Iuhould have rend "all  i',a|-or.*s that ere advocating our  .'nuce," according to resolution in  minute book.  Yours Respectfully,  T. J. Gkai'iaM,  fc'ccvi Bt K.T. of A.  Rcveldtoko, JulvMnd, 1001.  [The resolution 'was printed ex-  serious  auricular ali'ectious   will    be! ac.-tly  as   wo received  it from the  glad lo learn (hat they can ..undergo'  fheDruiiet treatment "immediately il  they wish, Tliey need (inly wriie to  IheJJroiiet Institute, 72, Kegent'S'park-  ruiidrLnndon, England, and the secretary will prumptly.send them all needful iiifnrmation, together with ii  pathological report form; which will  enable tlieni to giye a detailed  -.description of their case, and thus  pl.i(-i.\fll-'c?'('oi)siiliiug siiigeun, in a  posit ion   to   prescribe   the -t|'eat(jjt'jjt  iiwtw r^ tyi'ir w',  officero of the Union,���������Ed,]  She Didn't Wear a Mask,  Uiit her lieaiily was completely hidden by sores, blotches and pimples till  sli" iised niirkli-ii'-s Arnica Salve. Then  ib'ey vanished as will all Ki-iiption*.-,  Fever Hures Heils, Ulcers, .Carbuncles  ���������i-id Felons firm jtf* use. Jnf.-iJlible for  l/.it*-, Gurn.s 'Burn-, Scalds and Piles.  (J ire  Ull'.||||llfr.ei1.' :'��������� gfr. ^ thf V-4HtfUii TIIE KOOTENAY MAIL
uvenooK ihis
��� ���"USCGRiPI S1CAW  Cf TAr.l Ml  POVVOE1
Vou cm get Cameras &. Kodaks
from r.s at the- K.ibtern prices. v W'c (
l:eep  ft  lar^e  '-uppiy   and  all, the '
J'ktini;.'.  and   . Miemicah   for you to
complete pictures. ' '      '|
This   ii  the v.-c-athor t<
Highest FJonors, World's Fci:
Coid Mc-dal, /TiidwSsitcr Fair
A-vo'.jI  IJ.-.'uias Powders  c.uitalr.tr.jr
r.lu'n.   They are ir;*irio;n to licuJtlx
{d>iii,iimi il !'.-urn pajje 1
(i.ili'l <lc.'.'
a nDiip
i\ UnOu
year.- ugo aud it will make  a  good
ranch. ���   ,
adjoin.*-   Lone  Pino  Farm   on  the
'east and is occupied by John Yates,
who has named it after a prominent
white ruck cln.-'e to the  homestead.
Mr. Yates is  one  of the most  interesting oi men aud has =een much
more of the tips and downs  of  lift.'
than fall to n;o.-t  men.    lie took
his tuin among the cow-boys of the
j wild aud wooly west, before   the
| Northern'   Pacific   railway  opened
| the   country.   Me   lost  a  fortune
���growing   pine-apples   in    Florida.
He spent a term at the agricultural
" ,    '        .' r? ,.      I college   at   Guclph,   Ontario.    He
A   S|..lfi*   in    the    Ko.'TKNAY   AI.UL | ^ a meniber   0f   lhc   (.'..ipC ' Kiflcs'
b,..i��.-eMtU,U,adveri..-er,. ��� a���d   knQWS   ]nuch   Qf   ^ countrv
! II. II. Ti-i-.eiiian will be in hi*; studio i referred to in connection, with' the
���'niiTue��l,.y, July.'.(lib, .-unl will remain , jjoch* War. He knew Vancouver
i for live duya only. ' - AVilcn the,citv"sito was a forest, and
i It i- nndm-siueil ihat an eir.n-t, will be ��� he again knew well the old city of
^iiade lo ,brin^ down the year's e.-iini-j Vancouver before the fire. And
! ales nt i on ilia's iiieeiing of tiie ciiy ; after all these tips and downs he
' Belt the best, the latter as a  late- and
the   former  jis  an   early . berry.    He
showed  us   a   pi..i. ��,f   iliey, \arieiie*:-
[>',-iiiled ln*>t fall ami which   had   "hen
ijnite. a iii-nd ciop this season.
In r.ispiiprrie.i Mr. Yates is devoting
his attention to the cultivation of the
Columbia, aie.l vaiiety which is propagated from the tips in the same way
as the black f.ispheri-v.
In wiosebeiiies he i.s adopting tlie
Tnfiusti'y.'aii English variety, wliich is
rather diliieult of propagation and
In obtain plants frniii it, the bush is
innied in smi, when new mots spiing
out al the jiincu'on (,f the biiim lie--,
ami these are ,ilien' .separated .and
tr,insj*l,,!!ted. He sows clover' to
f"itili-.ri nnd pio\i.lp humus and then
plows it nutU-r.    J[e considers a licavv,
-;-T'���nflti'vifff i i*iTi!mjiiiMiiiiiiiii;iiiii j
���  s, unnu p
.�� DlliM b
Kevelstoke, B. 0.
lieatl tin: C'i'iirulii Dnij,' ilv Duuk Co.'n,,
Thd  new  hotel   heiiif' eivcleit by .\f,
Di. Dur^t'.*,*., ilei.l.:.sl, Brown Block.
Tlif-U' was- no 'inei'Linjj of the city
coiincil on Friday tiigln,, lhe .Mayor
b 'ing the only member who put in an
Pun; Lime Jiiiee in bollle., and draft
at Canada Drug & Book Co'.-.
P.     McCarty    is     having   lhe   old
has sought a quiet retired life amid
the foothills near Revelstoke, where
four years ago he took up tho, White
Rock ranch.
��� In il-.is .seclutJcd -pot is to bu learned
many u link* hint beiiiim-* on, lhe
future of small fanning in this part, of
BritUh Columbia, for experiments are
carefully and intelligently carried on,
and the. tesulls 'of   Mr.   Yates'   usefu
bt;  I'.t'on yjirini**-   will   be
ready for occupation by October Jsl..-
Tlie Kevel>toke. Trout Lake, and
JBiy Bend Telephone Company will
loiini-it its system with Camborne.
Geo. -Laforme's pad train came in
from the Bend on Monday, and left in
WYiliii'Sihiy with = 11j plies I'or m-vi'-ih]
JI. iVttipiece ha.- Iimngiil in a lot of
hor.-es which In; pii'rch.i.sed in (lie
Okanafiau V.tllcy I'm a pack train I'i r
Bif,r Beiid.
-Men   at   Vinir  refuse   Io do yovei-n-
inenl. work   for i+2 .">() per day, demand.
my #'���>.     The  govern ment'  will let the
���work   by   conlract (-or   hold il over (ill
next season,
(.)���)   TiicMlav   night,  .-in al tempi, was
made lobieak inlo the premi-es of the
, .Salmon Aim Co*o|-.eialive D.dry Com-
puny, l.ul Ihe police have not yet been !
able Lo locate the culprit.       c I
1 |
I\"ep ou advei lining in Ihe KoiriK*
"AY .M.Ul.. , The iiii'icli.-int wlio advei-
ti.-es here.'numls'up the laifjesl per-
.fe'iiliige of profit al. the.11 nil of the year'.
A, Williamson requests us Instate
I.hat I lie old road by hi.s nim h has been
closed and the new road, w hich is lhe
lir-tlolhe left afli ;��� cros-inp the Hie-
cill-'waet bi idLre, is nov
slatiKhtei house nortli of the Illecille- | Wl)|.ic j��� {\^ w;iy wjj| ���(j-0|.(j vnlimhk*-
wa.-t fixed up to answer V. Burns and j information t��� those who have perhaps
Co.'a reijiiircmenls for (he present.       ��� '���    ���
JIe.ssi'91 Leslie and Little have com
pleted the re-opening of the trail to
Luforme CreeKat a' co.-L of $330. They
came into town' this week for supplies
and'have returned to do tlieir asse.-s-
ment work!
On Saliirday A. Williamson completed lhe new road into the lancheji
on  the terraces souih of   the Iliecille-
had  , under     consideration     similar
First, take the question of
'     ' LEE CULTURE.
Mr.'YatPS says the dilliculty is in
keeping the. hi\es during the winter.
In summer theie is any amount, of
field in' which to gather honey' the
plants nud dowers being rich in food
for bees, But the cold of winter re-
wnet. The government uuitributed j quires artificial means for keeping
only ijil.") to tlie work anil he paid the iI'them. Mr, Yates tried packing ihenf
rest of (lie cost, himself. in sawdust   during   winter   hut   finds
that, tlie moisture is fatal   to, the   bee
causing dysentery.    Ho  has   come   to
moist clay best, for fruits.
Danir-.li   sugarbeet,   is   grown,   and
makes excellent poiilt'.y food.
The soil'of White Kock farni i.s not
adapted fur grain. It is too 'crude,
stiff nnd sour. Fur the successful
cultivation of grain a sandy loam,
easily worked, is best. A ' two or
three, years cultivation will make 'n
grp.'it change in the soil, and Mr.
Yates hopes in that time to find that
liis land will grow sufficient, grains In
satisfy his requirements. The area of
I he farm i.s 100 acres of which two
acres ha\e'been cleared and cultivated.
A tetller of;Mr, Yates's calibre,
whn enn'give, the. time to intelligent,
exppiiiiients.'is of great value to any
farming eoininuuity.
is the holder of a spcliou of -160 acres
east of H. P. Hay's Farm IJe\elstoke.
He took up the property seven yours
ago, mid has 1-1 acres cleared. Hay.is
the main production of the farm,
timothy and clover being grown.
Oilier crops' are two acres potatoes
mid two' acres of oats. There is about
half an acre under garden and a fine
crop of strawberries is raised. The
farm is supplied with nn irrigatin"
ditch, .,
Miners Oct-agon Steel, only JesSOp's best kept.    Picks,   Shovels,   Barrows
Single and Double Bitted Axes, Cross'Cut Saws.
Builders' Supplies--Nails, 'Building Paper, Ljcks and Hinges.
HARDWARE 0NIT,.W. M. lawrense, Revelstoke
Carpets, Linoleums, Floor    f
Cloth--, Blinds, Wall Paper,&c
Second     Hand    Fmtiitute
Bought and Sola.   Warehouse for Storage of Furniture at monthly rates.
/ gr.t for Pianos, Organs, and' Cwit g Machin s.
e. ie:o"v^sonsr.
Spring & Stinger Goods to*Hai}d
Hxtra strong Serges for pants at $5, made to order.
-   First-class Spring Suitings.from $20 to $28.
&t Wholesale Hardware, Ship Chandlery and   .
Mining Supplies.
Hardware Department, 8-10.12 Cordova Street
Ship Chandlery Department, 8-10 Water Stree
On Saliirday morning -smoke was
observed isMiing from the block occupied by J..JJ. Ciess.innn on McKenzie
Avenii". A ciiuch and some i-nys had
caught (ire but the incident'was ob-
soived in time to jtop a   conflagration.
Furnished moms to' let. Aj-ply IL
Tai'J'i:-.'!?.    ,
Try the neu- Spied Fly Catcher at
C.Tii'-id.-i Ui-npr iv- Book Cn's. !!��� vnlsloke,
B. ('., oily o cent.*- each.--Tney-also
keep  Puison    Fly   Paper,   Tan^L-foot
I'V-.v of lhe inland i-iiii-s df ilu> prov.
Hue   can
wei.' lo.-ing money.
' We   have   leceived
aii'o.d to Mippoi t t-,vo news
.Al     11     l.iiK1'     lott'u    like
and Slroiii; Inset-L PouiUi,
There will be a special .-Wiling of (lie
ConnI.V Court at Kev>-l.->tol;c on July ;
91st, Io,deal willi the rare i.f Hamilton, |
alias' Johnslon, who i.s rominilled for |
r-rmspir.icy at. Bevelsloke, and Joe !
Pejjella, wlio isconiniiiied I'or.��liooiing I
wilh iiileut lo l.iil.  >       " j
B. fore 7. 1). Sibbald, P. M��� or, Mnn- '
day, 11. Bussell wa*- cbarirt'd wilh ll-.c [
theft of a watch from P. Lewi-u.*, and '
Malcolm I>o<s wasi'liai-Ki'd willi receiv. !
,   ,-  ,     v. -    Co.-whn guarantee' siili*-faction or re-
itainecl   man   \ aueouver, in     1      ��� t       "  ,
.    ,   r.   ,- . ' ;  ! I rniirl   nioney.     Large bottles 50c. and
Tiveiu'vooii'i lie Miner m.d Times have ! j"K M,,!l'" l',Mn''l':y. ��� Hu-.-i'll p|..i,d"d
le ided toiiiuolKiimalc a>. bolh papVrs '. s",ily "luI W"*!'P"��','1{,��J'J ,fl >*x nioiilbs
I'.n i liUih-i- iiiiiiu.v.       , ���     ! *,ni* K'f*1 W;t'i ili-'ehfir^ed  a-, he waxiti
lhe offlcial ciila*
losnoof the Kamloops exliibiiion lo be
lieiil oii S-ml. 'lo; L'fj. 27.   The catalogue
la a gTKit. ci edit to tlie committee and
the -exposition should  be nn itinnen��e
ciiec'e.s.1.     f?I(i,0!y  is  oO'i-icd  in prices
and piettiiiim*;.
_ No'.ier   !!|-.pi'a:-!*   in   n:::   advcrli-ina:
toi it'll :is nl the .-ipiioiiitmenliiieul of F.
(', C iiiipbeil. uiii.ing ii colder at Trout
L iki*. a- r."gi-ir,ir nf the County Com t
thi'i',':   Aid. JlcLiod. of ncveUoke, lo
be  uie uber nf  Lii eiwing Coinmis>ion-
i-i-:   12.  Adair,   A,  Wi!liam<on and P.
���Statey  to  be  fence viewers for R-vel-,
sto've riding. ;
it    I-*   jn-l.   pn>5ib|e   lint   li.'-.-ei.-loke
w,i -  a bi ut to bj made th" .-ivi.. nf ^.\.
t -*11-.ivc* biii'^l n-y operat'o 'x but for the
i icident   of   |.i-t    Mir!'    for.it   luriw
o ;l    that   I here   mel   in   th"  cil v  l,-i-i
week   t hi' '.'��� i-:*.-"|K iMiiie: .-*��� of ^i.in.liane- '
mi- term iif th''  Hile ti |iri-on, O.-egon.
iLi-t   V.hv   I he ll.iee *.hinil.| all uici't in '
In.'i-iiy  at   Iiii- j ai iii-u!,ii' \ i.u.- wnnld
j. r ii an iulei e.-Ii:i,' e.\|1!a:.,ii ion.
���\'t    11: ���   m '"i!ii'.r   "���    1 Iw     111,wot th
1 innocent holder.
| TO THE DEAF.-A rich lady, ',id
; of h^r D'-afness-and Noi*,e** in lii^TIead
bv D-". XichiiNoM'- At! icl.il Ear Druins,
: gave  $2j,(X()  lo  hi;.  Iii'tiitite, -a I hat
d^-fif people unabie  to prncuae Ihe'Ea;-
Pium-i may have llietn fr"-1.     Addr.'/i*!
No. SGI  The Nichol-on   In-tiliit", 750
Eighth Avenue New Ymk.
On Fiiday i,'v.*ninLT P. Btn-ns .-c Co.'.**
.-���'augbler hnii-e on I he in rib --de cf
the Hack nil" (le-ljoy-il by lir-e. wliich
i*i --iijipoS'-rl' to have in iginAfer] fnuii a
lire ii>ed for diving an* 't.dlnw, A
IViniber of  .>heep   \i e; p p^nni-d up but
reli-M-ii-d   in   lime,
enliiely   tl-������I i".>v��-t 1
e.-i---"s of bi'i'f.   Tlie
The building was
and (.rev.'r.il car-
,*.i> i- .'sliui-it"d at
the conclusion that lhe only, practical
method,of keeping bees here iu winter
is to store the lines in a dry cellar,
the teinperatuie of which is kept at
about 40 degrees. Mr. Yates intends
to have a cellar prepaied for his bees
befoifi winter conies on accoiding to
his ideas, and I,e will have regulating
veiitilalots at top and liottom, The
exper.'inent will he watched with
interest. He is Itaiiiiuiaiua his hives,
which  he   i?
ha*, ing impotted Italian . queens foi
the purpose, He finds'" his bees eau
collect lots of honey in lhe summer
season here. ���
Anoiher scheiup   which   Mr,   Yate.s
11ns in view, and is arranging lo  cairy
j <-,Ul- I'
| TUOL'T Cl'LTL'KI-:,,,
I hut it will take about   four   years   be
���' fore he ean t;et his   pond*,   aud 'hiiich-
I ing    houses    prepared     and     st .eked,
��� \\ater which will givp. best results   in
li-iitit hfitching -li'iukl ne\-er rise ahme |
! -S degree*--, and   Mr,   Yates   savs   the
ino'jnuiri siiearns here are ideal pice, s
fur Tiout.
POTATO ts, , ,
Til? farm, being sheiiprrcl by tl e
ir.ouiitnin from the parly lnoining stir, i
is clear of l'ro-.t, uiui Mr. Yaies has '
Vurees-.fuMv i;riiw!* early potatoes, The i
pnt.i'oFR'jro-.ui tlii'o-j-.'!iout are pei feel- '
iy clean ami fn-e. from >cab, the.
rf'iilts of the -ecrl having been tieatpd j
w-'tii corio>i-,-f -nbhuiaie, ��hich ���
*i����-'.i-fii- a!! fuii-rnids. Afier l.ikiu"
.,{} the eariy ji'dto crop a >ecoiid crop
i- put in, cnri-!>!liiu' ot cabhiig��..s oi
cleiy. J Ls* i-- exp^i im��iiu'ng .viiii
^-.euor eiahi \.-Hieii*-*i of poifiiop*..
''f tivi*." under ie*ii iie Iind., i|lt>
Uo\;'iii.i lhe e,ii.ii:<l and best.
// Dazzles tho World
No Discovery ih  medicine has ever
created one (juartci'of the excitement
that   has   been   caused   by   Dr. King'.-
Ncw Discovery for Consumption.    It's
severest   tests   have   been on hopeless
victims of Con--umpliiin, Pneumonia,
Heinorihage, Pleurisy and Bronchitis
thousands of whom it'has restoted to
perfect  health.'    For  Coughs, Colds,
Asthma,  Croup,   Hay Fever,  flnarse-
nes.'i and   Whooping Cough  it is th.-
(juickest, surest cure in the world.   Ii
is sold  by, the Canada Drug & Book
Ono Bloojc from CPU Depot
and Steamboat Wharves
RcofurniBhod and Ko-modolltd
Ratco $1,5J to $2 per day
Corner Granville & Hastings Streets, ?
R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor, - '     Vancouver,   B. C.
Sl'.OO.   Trial bottles free.
' FOR SALE --A theodolite by Gni'ley,
apply to II. II. Mayne, Revelstoke.
"Bitter is patience,
I but its fruit is swezt."
Inconvenient    is
waiting,   but' better
order  by mail,- than
accept substitutes*
Get the shoe you
"The Slater Shoe''
Vancouver Engineering Works,
Iron Founders, Boiler   Makers/and   Machinists,
Successors to ARMSTRONG, & MORRISON.
for tYo mitnuWuVru of coniplc.to MACIII*N'E S"0P 'l"d FOUNDRY cqtniiniciit west cf Toronto
Hydraulic Giants;*Riveted Steel Pipe. Grizzlies', Riffles, Ore Cars,   f
Ore tickets, Steel Wheelbarrows, Stationary, Mai-ine and Logging
Engines, Steam Pumps, Marine Repairs, Sheet Iron ancl Steel'  .
Work,      "
���.,S���1i?v?���lil s.'.nt'k fui'iiiiinediuto  ili'Hvery IlOIbKrtS."KN'0iyi'X PL'JII'S. OHK C\I{R
VUIKKUWHUOWSnm   MININO and SAU'MlLb JlACIIlNlil Y of ('vcrv��� rtMcrliii\<Wt ���,i\Z\
^dSUPPLIll5, ."',l0UGIIT m0X WW aud FITTINGS u\.d KKGlxffi
Correspondence solii-ilcd and curofully iittcnded lo.
OFFICE AND WORKS*-Foot of Heatley Avenue
Vancouver, B. 0.
0. B. HUMS & CO.
Sole Local Agents.
Ti e difference between font paying and the Birbcckplaa of Kent Pdrchasc.
Rent Plan | Birbeck Plan    .
Pay Sio of Si j per mcntli for .the ! lJay from $ib to $13 per menth for
vS,��,    ��uCi',0dy B,l8e;8fl,,0fu;?for/t> .the use of a home for ten vears,
years.    At the end of that time the   A���  ,, if.,,,. '
landlord owns the house and money?   At  lhe e:ld of thnt tmieyouown
h:   reiitpajc   has   a ' pnekajje  of f y��ur   home   and   save money ever
eceipts.   . "       ^       . ������    I after. .
$UXJ().   Th'- prr pi'i-ly v..-in liiiiu.-iiM'J.
Whi'ii T. J. Gi
-iclinn!     t' ii-1 l'l1-'.
��.i-.v   tin
lii.ijr, "-(" r.'tin y I rj I he
v...- i;| |!s.> id.ct 1|h
nf  1 in*   1 t! 1.1 ;i I inn (h'.
I.".It. 11 ��� Ml .Mi
iiii!..y  i,ij:hi i h-
1 i n I'ri'i" iiin.it -.- find le.iiiiin
ijii.'.-M. 11
l'lUllil i'  i-
fflvi *
piiltill.'llt   ill  H'U'.llrl   tn the <'\| l-llliitlll.'
ni' tin. tfiMiu 1 f ,-;; t.'io'rin ii iii'U' i.'hi'i'i
liilihlinu'    f"l'    II'Mi'I-IhIm",  ,-|i.il    it,   wn*.
.-iii.-iii/i'il   1l1.1t   1 hi.    i;'i*,-t      ��| nnlil
c'lln'i' irn i.-i u ii li tli" ���! ut:,-, .un] the
1* ivei "iiiii'iit vi in.'.I I ,|i,d f hi'iii 'ivi'i' th"
I'.i'.d--, nr (i i�� snvct irii)..''t v. (ml.! ih.'in*
Jn po-i�� Mr. Yutc-i  finiK  the  Tf'li-
pli-ii c v.iri"t\ the lir-t f.n thi*. ( i<ni.,;t
Chiiii::--.  (i'i    vii-ll    L'ri.wii    froni    <���(!)-���
(l'l      WI'
i hi*    "O'.-iS'iii    ii"   iiiN'Mi!-.
^('ptl'lllll.-'l-. |p |\ i;|_.-| |i('|)i   jn   :
i'i �� iuii'i' liiid.'r  1 iii> sii'iu-,
h i\ ih'���' I In-ill In  I in-   iii'-'���   t,i
t'ljr ^pi in/.
i" i;i( UruJ
in'id thus
'.-i.-ih itjijd
i.'iit r
li.   If
piv nimi! !i ni'-!.;-. .iii.i i
:< i.'-'i.i'_- in t..r
������"iiii' -j iiTiriirl
Tiie Eevelstoke Hospital Society
 Annual General Meeting.
j rpHK flr<t nnniiiil jjciiuriil jiiceLiny of tliu Kov-
���* I  J.   il-tuko JIOKiiiiiil-iodi'iv will Uihulil ut the
1 Kiro Jlull, Siicoud .Struct, l-tovcl.-itokcoii-AIoii ������
diij'tlic.i.Ui Aimu.-t, l'Jiil. lit.tlicliourof. oiKlir
[i. 111. .fur 1 iie purpose of electing Trustees for
tin: lilistllli-,' ycill'IIIKl ffClierill l/lisilicss,     ���;  aa
All. jjor.-oii." u'lio: Imvc subscribed ��.5.00Or nil-
'.'..iiilrt toH-iu'-dt* iliu fiiiidr. uf tlio Society nr.
i.iiiltlo'1, to 1/u iiiTfeiii. iiiiil.vdledn-iill iniitteiv
b'-'JN(,-.i' bef.ire tl.o inceting mid 'all .sueh nn
..!'.l'led LoljcjirC^tlit.    -    .       '     aa
il). ll. ATKINS, *   ; :?���
.-���������'.��� fc'cercliiry,
For further information apply'to
LEWIS BROS, General Agents, or io G. S. McCARTER, Solicitor.
-'il.-li'lfi:, (1. I.',;
."'��� July ltl!,i:i';I.
I hi1 cily w,-t�� iii-i'i;-.; .'il.   Ti;i-< i-. ii i;nii-h    hi*! *.'('s p;,iu,i,*jil u-iil; i hi1 iiiiii iir, jj,
iii'i'ili'd in>iitii(ii!ii uiid ii' tin. Ejiwoiih
Lt'ii,qi!-'i^ fiiti '"���iiilili-l) .-iii'ii .in i,-i-i ii i|.
ti-ii! i hi'y v. id I'.-iidi'r a yic-u pt.hlit
:n'. lit'.
At ii 'in etiiiL' i f lln.'
Llliin! Ll ll^t-'I'S
on iiHliti'J.iy it \\ii- ilci'iilpil ir ;,di fni
{.Hiirl-r.* fur i I'liio-.-iii-,' !i,i- pii-s.'iit
hiiililinj,' io ;i- tn ,-illow or the cii't-tinn
of the iii'u- I in i Id in;: on i h�� pn-M-ut --il".
Mr. Liiiil'ii.-iik  ) :*-.'.-.'ni(-J h p),in uhiih
Tho' Di:af l-lo.-r?���Xn. J,'-,,", of "Thi1
Hi'.ilih Woi-id "el" 7,.!', I-'iifliLh Avi-ntic,
New V"fki r-init.iiiis a d"M.'i-lpllon of ,i
Ft"in.ii U.\\i\v (.urn for Dfafiic?b and
Ht'.nl 2ioi**i-"* \\ hich iii.i v he i'.-ii tied out
at i he. p,ti.i"iit.'-i hoini', ,md ivhic-h N
.-Hid to In-.i c"i tfiin ciir.'. Thi*: nintilif'r
will Ik; ������'���lit, I'ifc! Lo ,-iiiv ih'.-if pi't-.^on
si'iiding llifir iitlili-c.*-.*-. to th*; Editor.
f' > **v i i fi: 11��--' { fi.," I'.'.'-. "'-! fiincfj from
C'ri t)-:ii-;l Ij l||ij < " i-i i.i|i'.| hri'c, (t, of
Iiiili'.iim     A -,' ' i I I.fi hni'-x- has   l.f;��r(
A siiiifih' fit" .'ii.'.riinv p'.'itoti '.\ hfjit
he h.:d di.iwn up hy ni) .iifhitett rft
Crfl��.iiv fr.r Hpp-.-.-.vil: Iiii- prii-. i.l.'d
.f ,r .'. I-i iih l.ui'flin-: -.*, iiii nil," ? r.. -. ii i - ^.t
rl I t'-l liniilril (o.-Lilf $11,0' 11. A -i "lily
R JMi i- ,'i-.ft",ih'i' tin- ludltcr \\ ill |���.
il,Mili i I (I lil'fnl <��� I I.C ^(.Vi'l lllll"llt u ii h
*.il/!,'l'-|.'il     p'lll', i'llll     it   i- JlO--ilill' I ||,
11 iisli-c- ii'".';' iV'riiiiiiuciid I Iii'jm ff'i ioti*
(if  p.-ii'l..i.if ihi'  liiiildin;:  now anid I In-
I i'iii.-iii;di'i- nflri ni'Xl si'asinn Avl.icn it i-
hnpi'd ihi'   ^nvi-riill:!',!!.   will '.'f;t!lt, sitf-,
(ji-ji-lil I'll! (li 1(1 |-.(l!llj il-tf jf.
?. Poor Millionaire
tllH .**PPJ  Ot  U-|;i( il  1- f
ment   oxppi inicii'iii
jnr.vii, nnd Mr. Y.o'i".
the (l"p;irtnifiit (.ii i'-
this .-ifcti'jti,
In .stifiwljp.n ie-, p.|lr ,v
I'f-cil cirjn-.i -Lnp ^
Celt  '
I'HII     III"     -,'fiU-lli
I'i.'in    is     Lef/; l-
���.f Help Wanted.      ?
Oue. ironer and .one ' .Genera'
La undress for ��� Rcvcktokc. >Stcan'
Laundry.- ;. Good . wages to? prof).
c:en't'hd'p.-' .    ' ���  : :'?
���p'li t
I\dr   .T.n'i
^nd-, dr.iiK' ri'v.iv
-'��� ������-  ������"--��� aP
,i id it'll
If'.ni'-r. Vi ;i,i,i;;i
'.utii'l./.     lie    in
!i   I.'v-   V/.iif^:,|
lilcli iy;   iiiiii^'ht,   UtV   prp-^-rv i.|-.��   |(11!
ni-itf   f..r    oiiliiini y    niiikf-r    p..i|i<,^(..
L'll.'ly -hii vrd iij London hremt,. he i Fium [\\t\ oilier   ���. oi. lie*.   u,,."i i i'.cm .
could nol di-:.'-! hi*, food.     Ivu ly n��e nf    crops    aie    ���j.uy.v.),    ,i\y.\.     Mr.-   Y-il'"-
[Jr. Kind's  N'-w   J/f- fills vvmdil.ljnv- , '1^*11;^" in  ''he   lir^"*.-    i.crn'.'n   v. hn-i
.in v.'il . liini.      Thi'V     si rcii^i lii'ir     |.|ii-
sl(i:i'i��.(-|i,  iii.I   diifi'si ion, - proiiinli' ;i��>i'i.
mil,-i I ir 11, i'ni'pri.iy.' ii j)|i.-i it i'.,   f rife .2.")'-
.Mon.'V   lifirk   if   riot.-jil.i-lii.rl.    Snldln
Revelstoke -.Steam Laundry Co
"vVatohes,    Clocks
Careful Study.
thn. C-iinidu. Dili;,' I'^'ljinik Cunifiiiny
ilMiW'/rlrlfi" . , '
"���' i^'-l in I l.u. cil v I Im .s'lfixoii,
yvhteh we'ro 01. ��nU'i ,ai. I.loui-in' l;,-nA
���store 11 nd di tr.-iried miich alien-ion 'I.'*
fhyif^ iciiiai knhle.asiz'v ' Of lhe t|irc
v/irieliev   uaiiieh'  he ?is    krei.t'o;'    .\j|...
.     It is only by careful study
the druggist becomes?-a; factor
in  the struggle for health ancl
��� ���/. happiness,   y
Our ropujation has been woh
by  studying where to buy
Jewellery andT Sil-! ind what io^-,
'"���..'".     ^Vc ���.maintain   that   reptita-'
tion li)?caref,ul attention to per-
������''-.   feet filling of. prescriptions aiul
t?   lowest prices.       ...
Qeorge F. Curtis,
"The Druggisl,"
S'i.o'/;w)r to Th: McD. A.' II'. Co,
HIS  HONOL'll tho I.iciitcnnnt'Oovcrnor in
I'Oiiiiiiil li.-is, bm-iiy jili'iiKcd  iu liiiikutho
lojiowinu ii!i|ioiiitin(.'iit*i :���
'���'��� '"���';'    f   liiiijuiy, mm.
.���l.',KKl)i:itlc:c f.'. f'AMI'HrMf, of Trout, Luke,
I'-sqiiiro, Alining Kociirdor, to bo ItwlMrur of
Mm County ��-'ont*t oil ICootuniiy. hold en nt Trout-
jfiikii; Hitch iiiipointfiiiuiit tu uiko cJlVcL on tho
l-*t ll ilMl.lllt.
;.lou.v .Mi!l,i:on?of the Cily nf Uovi*1mW*ii(
Ivhiiiiiiv,'Alilurin.-ui, ti)-lw 11 Mom tier nt tho
���Jloiii'tl ut J'liiini.sliiBCiiiiiiiilriHloiiL'ri. lor UioMiid
"Hy. >1��V Alderman -WYS. .Newman, rciigntd.
, UthJuIy. lOOli
'Kowis- Admxu AlWllrn Wij,mamno.s- rtlnl
Vi.Tiin tTACtsv, nf tlmai (ty of HuvcWnlti!,
R-quircH. iotijo Ii'unuo Vlcwi-m in and for IHti
HuvoNti'ki!;. Hid n-f -jf thu Wwi Kootcliliy
l'JIodtiOral Uisti'lct.        a .     ,
Eng;ag'enieiit fflngs.'���>:'���-Spccialtj
allicAU On.'iciii
���MGKInnon ^Idg. Toronto.
���^SyiwroKi mstm y; v-\
���... ������"���'-���.������ ��� ��� ���-- -���
���Puli   (Jovoriinicnt Deposit.    Insurance ac-
curitod at in;iiilnblu mtur.
A, DEAN, Manager-,
1   T^pl;^ Wi


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