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 Provincial I.ihiir/  THE FINEST SODA  1      IN TOWN'    '  BEWS-  c  VI-1,  THE COOLEST FLACE  '��������� >i  W      &   ' "'   ''  Vi    17 IN-TOWN  Bews' S6da; Parlor  Vol. 12.���������No. 16  REVELSTOKE. B.C. JULY. 22; 1905  $2.00 Per Year.  A. Si GEORGE  i,.  SI.00  Value  , for  36 pieces white aiid black Japanese .Wasli Silks suitable for  dresses,and blouses:  -  Regular price $1:00 per yard,  [;^;T(>"^6Tat^60c:  <     "   ��������� '. '    ���������     '-v .' .' '���������   .'   * ...      '. r '     , .  ���������r ��������� ' " '"    "* - ' I'      ' ' ,    ���������       ' '  f /     ,        '  300 yards to go: at this Rrite.  3 V  (.'>���������-  UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY.  v    v>  LOCAL IN:  DUSTRIES  Manufacture of-Cement Blocks  , Alth'ougli cement has been used for  centuries pn.st,  it  is" only  within the  lust twenty-five years tliatlit assumed  Uie^forni' of hollow  blocks for building  purposes,"nnd the '���������nccess oLthiSjkiiid  of-mntcrial luis grown far beyond the  greatest hopes of the inventor. ���������  '   The blocks mo iniulc of the following  ingredients"   For   tho^fiice   two parts  sharp Wild,'one^piirt Portland cctn'cnl.;  biijanco of ( block, ���������one ipart   I'ortliind  cement, two junta  sharp, bund,  tlnee  pilots   gravel.^  YVatci,' suflicicnt, to  make   a  neifectr clieinic.il   action,  is  added while.thc ingicdk'iiis. are being  mixed.'   The blocks are allowed to set  from , liftecn'' to,   tl.irty   days   befoie  using;, vvutered'twice  per day  to pie-  vcnl   the coilient*' fioin1 iset'iing  'too  quickly, and   also   making"'the  bond  , .������ . i  ,* . ".*   ,  stronger.   :       - ,  if .    - ,  These blocks caii.'be'Mibstituledi in  almost any 'place where brick i& us<.d,  in a'Icing'a"   nuii'li  'nip'rc   suhst initial  appearance, and wo vendue'lo say'the  that he was early in the hold to place   Fiomey is considered  one of  I lio l>o-.(  an oider for a- plant foi tho manufacture'of these blocks in this city. ��������� The  niachineiy anived in Alay last and has  been at work full lime since its. arrival.  The advantage Ol the plant is thai il  can, if iiecesmiy, be moved on to the  ground where the building is to be  elected, and the blocks made on the  spot. Jn the case of a li.rgq, building  this is of iiiiiiieiiBe,advantage.   , v  On the u arrival of the plant,, Mr.  Kroiiiojfconlractcd with'It. Ilow.son to  construct his new re.Mdenco on 'iWo  Ken/.ie Ave., of cement blocks, and  this poition of the work will bo completed this week. The building has. n  'handsome, substantial uppeaianco,  and is by long odds the (inest looking  building in the city, ihe walls prwonl-  ing a finish erpial lo (he best, hewn  stone Mr. Fioniey has .also taken  the contract^ for' building of ,cement  blocks the basement of Knox chinch,  and blurted work on it this week, W.  ('ovvan has also, decided  on   building  llic'nevv telephone exchange of cement  i     i      - ,  blocks, ,and   other  buildings  of  this  material   aie   pioposed   in ,the city,  while Mr. Kromey   has had , proposals  from'-Feinie and  other cities, to move  bis plant there to eieot buildings.'-  li I    Ml  yon the market, and is lilted with c.\tia  moulds for all kind?, of building  btrucluies. .;-M r. Fromey has cleared  and leveled his lots on Ihe 0. J". K.  spur, bcliii (1 C. li. Hume and Go's  warehouse, for the permanent loeiauiii  and operation of the'plant.  .We wish him every success in his  venture, and intending builders should  certainly give seiious attention to  cement blocks before deciding against  thein.  WE, CARRY A  FULL  STOCK  OF  Groceries, Fruits  ,  and Vegetables  DUCKS.  Hon. Senator Bostock's Resid-  ,ence Burned.  Geo. Newlove Killed by Train.  , Lust night  the" residence  of  linn.  Senator llostock, al   lJuok-<,  was des  troyed by fire.   Miss McLean of,Revel-'  stoke was a guest  of   Mr. Rostock   at  the time.       * ' "...  Geo. Newlove, 7.'l years old, was  killed at Ducks' station by being  tluovvn under the. train as he jumped  ofV while it was in motion.  V  BALFOURi  ,��������� ONION'SETS AND SEEDS,,OF,ALL KINDS.   -'  ; GARDEN TOOLS.'   '. '   COOKING UTENSILS.  BOURNE', BRk  McKENZIK AVE.,        ,,   ' , .-���������   REVELSTOKE.       '  Agents,for.McClary's Stoves find Ranges."'."   'f',.    '.  (W.U  HOMES1' FURNISHED' OH   MONTHLY PAYMENTS  .'Maif -  *��������� Order.,,.  Dept.' ,  &Bltie$El:  ,.     '    , LIMITED.',    . \   .  DEPARTMENT STORE.  ;/���������Wrife���������  ' ,For.  Samples.  Clothing  Mckenzie avenue,6revelstoke, looking nobtim  ' -,  "lUtUlS "."iii SCO  tllU'iV .liStid   ifiOie b'.ttOll-    -l.Rovolot.oko io-oO be Co-ns.inoui'atcfl.oK  ^ (t I-..,.-. a\ ^  sively^   than    any     other ^ building I having   a ..builder   of   Mr.   Fromey's  material.     ' " ���������- "   enterprise, and a citizen,like Mr. IIow-  >  The manufacture of cement  blocks I son, who, ventured   to, give , the new  ���������- t ���������;  If you are in the market for a suit of new  Clothes, see our samples. We have these  garments maaV up by the best wholesale  tailors in Canada.  for building purposes is" "everywheie'  developin'g.into an important industry  and -it is^ genet ally conceded these  blocks form the,be=t building material  yet introduced. The'advantages of  the cement block are ninny. Thev can  ��������� be moulded to any deshed shape oi  1 form. , The insulating aii space in  them ensuies greater' coolness in  summer and gieater warmth in winter  while walls of thii mateii.il 'aie an  etVective s.ife-guaid against, dampness.  It is a well known f.ict the tenacityLof  "cement iiiciea"-es with age and eKpo-  . sine to atniospheiic conditions, while  biick and stone delen'orate under  similar conditions.' A building constructed of cement blocks has thercfoie  the advantage that it increases in  strength with time. The cement  block has the further advantage, for  city buildings that it has better file,  resisting qualities ilian .my other  known material, and this is recognised  by theJfact that buildings constiuctcd  of cementfblocks command a lower  insurance rate in crowded centres than  those of any other material. No building material lias made such" a, rapid  , advance'in popularity as the cement  I block, and so great is the demand for  I iiiachiiieiy fui manuf.ictiiring thes-e  blocks that the makers aie full of  ordeis for moiltlis ahead, and at pie-  sent it. would be impossible to putcliase  a plant for delivery v\ithiii a reasonable  time. ���������>  E. C. Fromey was so alive to the  advantages of cement blocks for building purposes, and to the possibility of  developing the industry in Kevelstokc,  building material its,, first 'ttial here.  Jle has his lewaul in 'the handsome  ancl substantial lcsidoncc being1 pro-  pared for hiim Mi. ILov\son's grounds  are ceitainly an ideal spot for such a  building as i.s just ne.iringcoiiiplelion,  and no doubt he is justly proud of Ins  new home.  Mr. Fromey has had a long experience in woi king cement, and m choosing   the     ileicules     Cement.     HloeU  Government Defeated -������- Great  ,���������', Excitement in England, f *  ��������� The J3alfour government was defeated by iinuijoiity of tlnep on the Irish  question and was called oif to resign.  ' Premier, Lialfoursaid the govern-  in cut would state their couisc Monday  THE WAR.  . '     ' .     ,   ���������    '.f-   *   -  The Japanese aie investing Vl.idi-  vostock, and claim'to have Linevitdh's  army surrounded.        '      > ���������  RUSSIA.  -   It is stated steps are being taken to  depose the Czar and appoint a regency  for his 'son.  Further attempts on" lives (if public  il.oi.'rt.o     rc^ul L^OpillIU     blio.no^Y     ,ioo  governor of Finland was injured'by a  bomb, biit riot fatally. ,.'a ���������>      ' '  'Another Carload of Furnituie just arrived. ''CarpetVljinoleurns,  , ',, .i      Oilcloths, etc.    Sewing,Machincs, Heintzman Pianos.,, f  ,,;  R.-HOWSON & CO., FURNITURE DEALERS AND EMBALMERS.  n  i '  k  C. P. R. ENGINEER KILLED.  By a tenilic 'head on 'collision between two work trams on theUiow's  Neat road IOngmecr lirown "was killed  and engine'! 911 and 007 demolished.  C. B. Hume & Co. Ltd.  DEPARTMENT STORE.  vl ������  ������i;  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  Capital Aulhorirod, $l,(K������l,(XX)    (Jmiitnl Pnul Up, ?.)IX������XW1.    Ro>l, H,(������m,O0O.  Head Office, Touonio, Ontahio.  i      ���������RmiicliO'dii tho Norllinasl Torrilonos, Jliiintoli.i, Ontario ami Qunboc.  :      ^nel   tho followliiK pAmU in   Jlntisli   Cnliiiiiliini    ('rail brook. Golden,  { Nol-mi, ttuvoKUiki), Trout Ijiikn. Vaiicmnor and V irton.i.    I  T ]{'Merkitt, Pro'-iclonl. 0. It Wiutii., Vico-Pro-idonl nnd Gononil MmiHKor.  '   Bj     K Ha\, AsMMniil Ooiiorut Mninmor.    \V Moxr.vr. Cliu'f Inspector.  Revelstoke Braiiich, IJ. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  ..... , .   .... .   'Hun,,,!,  Mi  ^^^^^  Vr4*  M  SI1 -!*'"���������  ������������������^ctwM  Sii-^"     "  * it  llv^^g  ^1^'  w*^s     *****    ~  ,j.  *l? *^R  'li.  ||������i|; v..  ?   t  '"i- $m  ^^m^^  ���������*.  K"c^fi!i  ' v  '^*^<RJB  ilta&r- H                  ������  P  'V."-"^  r-'l^-jB  t ���������^r^x'"   ������ 1  JO. C. FROM IS Y,"  iVI.lllllfllLllllL'l' Of ("OlllOllt. liloi k~.  miichine for making these blocks his  aim was to get quality, and the class  of material turned out ccrt.iin'y repays  the large outlay for a lirsl class  machine.  The   machine    imported     by   Mr.  GRIP, AND PASSWORD.  of f.���������Cliand Chancellor .Johnson  will visit Gold Range Lodge on Wednesday.  K  McKESZIE AVENUE, EEYELSTOKE, LOOKING- SOUTH  NEW BUILDINGS.           0  ii iiow.-son's ui:sini:.vcti  E. C.1, Fromey is making excellent  niogiess with the election of lt.ir.uw-  son'.s lesiflence on McKenzie Ave. and  the walls aie, completed the cement  blocks, making a handsome,iW well as  subst.iiitial liuildiiig'material.' " ���������*.  ���������    vvi.vDhOJt  iion:i.  Tlie addition and alterations* being  made on 11. .). Ifanbtuy'8 building  which will be opened the end of the  month as tlnt\Yindsor hotel.aieiiiaking  good progiess in the hands ,1110 con-  tiactor, I). McC.irthy. The, building  is the highest in the city,-- having a  fiontage of <l.'{ feet. The tcp lloor is  ^iow completed, and provides 20 looms  including wa.sUing lomn and hath  looms. On the second llooi will be  In bed looms and a sitting loum.  On the giound Moor the baiioom  will be in the corner and iheie will  also be a dining room and kitchen.  A lit)noi loom and wash rooms will be  provided in the basement. Light wells  are piovided fiom the roof for lighting  the bediooni.i on the east side.  u ii ni;.Mi:'h KKMDJtxci:  C. IL Ilunib's new lesidencc on i\lc-  ICen/.ie Ave. will be ready for occupation about the end ol August.  The contractor \V. A. I'oote has  made splendid progress with the  woik.  a. m'cuii.gor's mousi:  The house erected by D. McCnithy  foi A, McGiegoi is a nice addition to  .Second Street west. On the giound  floor a re the parlor 10.lt by IStt, and  dining room ISfl s<|U.uc, with sliding  doors between, hall, sewing luom,  kitchen 18 It square, and pantiy !ht by  Oft. A comodions cellar has been  piovided. On ihe upper flooi aie two  bedrooms 10 ft by 12 ft, and one  11 ft by l.'l ft. There is also a vveil-  cquippod bath room and the aevert. I  rooms are piovided with linen  olo=otb  The house is well Implied ihiough-  out and lellccls gie.it credit on the  builder. Air. McGregor pioposea to  take up his residence bore this month.  L^'A^'F  CONTRACTOR & BU.ILDER  \, ,     ."CARPENT'RY.'JOINERY, CABi:     >"  '.  ���������     ,*������NET WORK,  AND  GENERAL  \''\    .JOBBING."     FINE    WORK VA  y        SPECIALTY. ,    N'Or JOB -TO������'    .,     "^;  '. .j. .   ���������_ '.LaAceL .QH^TQe^SM'AL'L^'.rUl'U  Choicest Materials'in^Stock'an'd Workmanship Guaranteed'  VOim.'ll-    . '        , '"      ��������� ' ,"   >   ., V.   ~ c ,   -f ... ���������    -  4*  t ���������   --  TD.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE GO.  irEADQUARTEKS' IN   KOOTENAY FOR  Paints, Oils, .General Hardware, Sporting Goods,   '  Saw Mill Supplies, All Lines of Granite and       \  Tinware, Plumbing and Tinsmith ing.  Repair Work Done & Estimates Given  MAIL OliDERS RECEIVE 1'RO.M PT "AX 0 CAIIEFUL ATTENTION  1 i  Koiii Ilnoin-i 0\or ritnre'.To Let. 'PHONE   35.  V.  J  P. B  S & CO.  Wholesale arid Retail  .   .   .   Mea;t Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage  <^^5B������^Calgary, Alberta'  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABRAHAMSON    BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  Newly built.      Fir.^t-class in every respect.     All modern conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms.  Rates $1.50 per Day. Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake,  under same   management  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $i a day.     Monthly rate.        ���������..,  J".    ALBBBT      STOnSTE      PEOP:  THE MOLSONS BANK  Iucor[*.rdt������il b> Act of Pm-linmeiit, 18-w.  HKAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.  W.vi. Mim.SjO.n- Maci'iikk.<-on.  Pic;,. S. H. Ewing,  Vice-Pres.  Jamks Elliot, Gpiici-.iI M.ui,igi'r.  Capita/ paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  Ewrylliing in   n,iv ot linking  bufrimjbs ti.msacted  without un-  ni'ii's',.11 y (k'l.iy  liiti'ii'i>L cu-ditpil twice.i yen ,iL current  rales  (li'pomLS.  on  Savings Bank  W. H. PRATT, Manaaer,  Rkvelstoke, B. C. IfrJjjttirl.1 . JL J^ rf..fjt..������..... ������K . I   iwi^lvll  M -JkllU***-*. J-,  ,,"  -J'  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Mpfca  (The i(v00tena\> flbail  I'UHLISHKl)  SATUltDAY. '  ���������AT���������  '     BIVIlisTOES, B.C., '  SUB9CRIPTION   RATES.  Inclulintr iKHMBts'lo Knglnnd, United Suite  and Camilla.  Br the year Itliroiitfh po-itoltlce)   .,.,  IfJ.fKI  ,...   l.a'i  Quarter "        "  ,     ���������    "  . ���������       'ar>  IncliultiiK Clirlilmas M������H IWc. extra.  Ht tl  H������lf  , -  ADVERTISING   RATES.  ' Measurement-.  Nonparlel 112  lines make one  inch).     Preferred  position-..  ���������!���������> i;er  cent.  .    Additional.   Rlrlhi. >l������rn������Kt". and Dentin.  "riOc.   each  In-ertion.    All  iul\ertl-,eiiient->  mibjecl toihe approval of Ihe intiiiaKO-iiieiit.  , Wanted and Condensed Ad\erllsciiieiit*:-  'Aitenb. Wanted. Help Wanted. Situations  ���������wanted.    Situation'- ' Vneunt,   11 ciicnuM  ���������^Wanted, Mechaniri Wanted, 1(1 words or  f It-* lie., each addilionul word two ounl.i.  -Changes in standing advertb-enicnU inuht,  Toe In' by 9 "a/mMhurnday of each week to  'seenre good di-plny. .StanditiK advertising  ,-mattcr will be changed twice a month with-  '     out   extra   charge      Kor  more  frequpnt  ''���������alteration!, the tune occupied   in malting  ,   ������amc will be charged ol usual mien.      .   r  fJOH PKINTINO' promptly executed at reason-  ;������ble raten.   ' .  TERMS-rCai.li,   Subscriptions payable in ad  v������nce. ...  UUllKKsKlNUKNCK Invited   on matters of  "' , public interoHt,   Coinmunlcatloiih to Kdi-  lor   must lie  accompanied   by   name  of  writer, not nece-wirily for publication, bur  v. evidence of Kood faith.   Ooircponilonoe  ���������hould be bri  T  Wb request our riumBPOUs readers to  .   favor us with tholp asslstanoo In  ..mailing; tho KOOTENAY MAIL, tho  ] moat valuabloadvertlslnff modlum  ��������� In   the  Kootonaya by   {jiving-   tho  preference    when    making:    pur-  chases   to   those   firms'who   are  '   reerula'r advertisers In the KOOTENAY MAIL.  ���������D  R.   MO UK I SON,  ,   IJ E N T I S T.  ,, -    Okkick -. ' 'i  TIIK  NKW   LAWHKNCi:   HUXJIC,  .McKenzIc Avenue.   ,  E  DWARD A. HAGGEN,  i MinincEnginekr,  (Mem. American Institute Mln ng KnKlneci-.)  -' (Mem. Canadian* Mining   '. tltute.)  '"  1      a.    RkVELSTOKE. B. C.'  Examination of and reports on Mineral Pro-  .    '*      ' perties a Specialty.    .  H  UGH   S., CAYLEY,  r '  Bifrris'te'Kand Solicitor,  OFFICE���������Corner-of First SlrWlfiind  Boyle Avenue/Revelstoke, li. ().   .  U.ARVEY.fMcOARTER   ������������������-   - -.  '.  AND PINKHAM,  ., !���������   BAHRISTEKS, SOLICITORS, ETC.'  Okkicks :   MoLSO.va   Bank   Hlock,   Ukvki.-  \     ' 8TOKK,  ii. C.,  .Money to loan..    '   ��������� ��������� ' r  Officer Uetel������toke, B. C; Fort Steele, B. C.  (iKO. S.1 McOartkk,  A. M.'Hinkham,    =������ ���������  !'   ltfielMoke. B. C.  J. ArHARVEY,    .   .  ,     Kort Steele, B. 0.  J.'M.,Scott, U,.B."' 'f W.'l. Iiri(?K������.  (',COTT   AND'.BRIGGR '     ,  s  Barhistebs,, Solicitors,' Etc.  IV        '    .Money to Loan  ������SoLifiTons roil jMolso'n.s Rank  First Street.  Revelhtoke, B.U.  T&be Ikootena^ flfeml  SATURDAY, JULY 22,49011.  It is -a matter of regret to see  Eastern Canadians investing in  Japanese bonds when Canada requires alhits capital for develop  merit at home. We believe the  government should devise a means  of heavily taxing the income from  such foreign securities.  ' * i ' ���������  The relation of the education department to the school boards requires improving, In the case of  the Revelstoke school for instance  the trustees don't get the inspector's  report till March of the following  ' year, when, to be of value to them,  they should "have' it within two  weeks after the examination.  *  dertnking is'a costly one, as ifl.r>,000  will be'required tocarry'U out, and  the cost'of eilicient mainleiinncc  will also lie heavy,so that the sup  porters of tins , institution must  make up their'niinds to nmke llieir  contributions us geiH-'rous us pos-'  sible.'    i  PRUir (iROWING.  There i.s a grout future bt-fon-  small settlers in fruit growing. Tin-  Okanagan is flourishing as tin-  result of the .success attending the  industry, and1 land suitable for  fruit quadrupled in value. Within  the last two years Nelson lias come  to the front 'wonderfully as :i fruit  growing centre.' During the past  month that city has shipped many  carloads of strawberries, and'the  grower* were''* not able to fill more  than a sixth of the orders received.  When' one considers the great  development of the prairie, and its  convenienco'iisii  market to' Mritish'  ' i  'Jolunibin, there is every reason to  hope for big things for the fruit  growing interests of this province.  I'UBLIC. TREASU itV.LOOTING.  Vim ��������� ���������       ' "       ' I    '���������  Ihe immense increase made,in  the allowances to legislators during  the closing hours of this'session of  parliament is, a matter of regret,  While^ve consider members of parliament in the Dominion or Provincial legislatures should be paid  liberal salaries," as the" best safeguard "against corruption and cor  poration'influence, \ve consider the  increases made at a swoop of half  a million a year'equiviilent to loot  ing the public treasury,-and,, the  electors will'certainlv resent such  a breach of public trust.' Both  parties are equally to blame, and  the good understanding between  them asoShown by thei unanimous  support accorded Ihe resolutions,'  looks as if the two sides of the  h'ouse enfered into the^ conspiracy  by mutual'consent. There, would  be little complaint over-the increase  of the premier's salary to $12,000  or the allowance of $7,000 to'the  leader of the" opposition, but when  the members nearly "doubled their  own allowances .and voted $3,500 a  year, to men like Sir Chas. Tupper.  Sir Chas. Ilibbert ��������� Tupper, Sir iMc-  'Keil/.lc     RAu'all,<TTml.  G.  JC.rFontor,  etc., who no longer hold public  office, we can only conclude the  Liberals^are no longer., the" watch  dogs of .the treasury, but are getting  as bad as the Conservatives in getting away with the public funds.  A day of reckoning will come".  Rev._Dr. Fraser hit the nail on  the head'at the Orangemen's demonstration at Vancouver when he  said: "The best way to get the separate schools dohe-avvay with was  not by throwing mud at the Roman  Catholics, but by agitating for a  system of national schools in which  all religious teaching uould be  eliminated."  The, sewer ' at Second street  requires urgent attention at the  hands or the civic authoritie.-. as  in its pre-ent condition it is a  serious menace to the health of the  community. We are informed the  sewage of the City Hall and No. 2  fireball flows into it without even  the intermediary of a septic tank,  and if =o thi- should be .-topped.  Sir Wilfred Laurier'.-; loyalty to  British institution^ was again evidenced in the debate on the militia  bill when he said "Canada should  not have a navy, but ought to contribute to the British navy. Jle  also regretted to see the disappearance of the last British tar and the  last British soldier from Canadian  soil, by Canada taking over Ilali-'  fax and Esquimalt."  Y. M. C. A.  The efforts being made lo establish in Revelstoke a branch of the  Y..M. C. A. are deserving of the  best support that can be given them  There is a grand field for such an  institution in Revelstoke, and the  problem of raising the neeessary  funds has to be solved.   The  un-  TIIK SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS  The results of the high,,school  entrance examinations are a matter,  of grave disappointment through-'  out the province, with the exception  of Nelson, which did as' well as  Revelstoke'last year. There will  be very pertinent inquiry as to the  causes for failure in such m large  percentage of the work. ,The cause  cannot be attributed to dullness of  the pupils, where such a large  number are concerned, and must  be sought for elsewhere. We have  not seen the examination .papers  and cannot say whether the fault is  there, though we have been informed the paper,wer.e much easier than  for the previous year.  The cause probably lies in the  fact that pupiln are sent on to the  upper standards whether they are  fit for them or not, and in the half  year headmasters have to prepare  their pupils for thes^e entrance examinations they are unable to do  .-o wilh credit to themselves and  pupils unless the pupil conies to  ihem well prepared to take up the  higher work. The school system  (if the province require? a radical  change in thi:- respect, and more  must be demanded of the inspectors.  They should be required to txamine  at least once a year the whole of |  I he classes except tbo.-e of a primary  character, and promotion from one  grade to another should be dependent solely on these examinations.  This would ensure pupils being  thoroughly grounded in the work  of each grade as they go up, would  be fairer to the teachers and more  beneficial to the pupils themselves.  If Hon. Mr. Fulton, minster of  education, would give some attention to this instead of devising  means like those -of last session,  which are going to injure the cause  of education in the province, he  might be doing some good service.  CORRESPONDENCE.  GOOD ADViCK.  Kilitor Koiiiiin'AV M.VII.'.  Sik,���������-In muling -in your  lost issue  of I he JIa ii, the synopsis of the r-enimii  of Rev. \V. C. Galilei", nt   the' ocwision  (if the Orange intrude, I wan more than  astonished nt his statements in regard  to t he "Church of Home "     Tli-re an  tint two  alternatives'that' could have  >   u . .      .     ,' i  prompted his utterances.    Kitlier the  Rev. gentleman, siioke I'ona lido,'in  which cisti they win only be a-cribed  to ignorance, or without honu-lide, and  in this case lie has niiide himself guilty  of gross slander. '  Jf Kev W. C.'Caldei' were, willing'Io  tiike0iui advice, I uould'tell him'to  piench for the 'spiritual bene'lit of his  congregation, to sow the seed ofjieaoe  mid harmony insieud of strife and  discord, and not. let himself lie earned  away by his spirit of intolerance',  espicially when' ho drifts on the subject of ihe "Chiii'oli of.Rome." ,  .. I am, A.!-..,  .\. O.vtiioi.ic.  KKLKilOUS  liNTOLKriANOIC  Kilitor Kooi-r.s.u .M.ui.:  Silt,��������� I regret I hat, in th,is enlightened ago theie should ho.in one of the  c'liiiie'he.s in this city such an" exhibition of iiilok'i'iince as that conveyed  in Kev. Mr. Galilee's .sermon reported  in   your   last,   issue.n Whenever   this  gentleman opens   his mouth   to speak  i < . .    . i'  he seems to put  his foot   in it... I am  sure the   majority of  the   l'j'otesian  citizens of Revelstoke'have  as'greut a  regard for their Catholic Mlow_i!ili/.ciis  lis for,each other.    Certain  it  is  you  never hear,of them utilising those who  think (lilVereinly in  religious   matters  as is "done . JiyMr. Ca lder  ii nil  ������   few  others.    As  to his  insulting leiuarks-  about the  priests,   I   am  'sine'"nibst  people will agree with'me   that, if Mr.  Calder devoted-himself ^as   faithfully  and.unselfishly, to the interests of his  cbngieg'atioii as   the Catholic  priest's  who have resided in,'Revelstoke, theie  would not have been that division and  unseemly discord in his  congreg tiwii  which   has" amounted    to' a   chinch  scandal.    Mis conipirison oLC'niholies  with   Mohaiiiiiiul his  nnd''Hottentots  is an insult to Catholic fellow-citizens  and all should show they resent such  'discreditable lefe're'n'ces i.i   Ihe chinch  'or out. of it. , t   .       ;;'  Mr. Ca liter's, ide.i nf Christianity is  sliOrt'n' in the view he takes of Cln ist's  teachings, when he said .lesiis came  not to bring'pe.ioe hut u swcid. Mr  Calder hasceitiiinly.brought.thesvvoid  of discord to Revelstode. L t him  change the foundation of his religious  ideas to Christ's beatification :<"Rle.aed  are the peace-makers for, they shall he  culled the children of Cud ". Lot him  look, read and study a liule inoit-  closely that, niasieipiece if Cluist'.-  teaehing���������Uie yennoi: on the .Mount,  wheie He a.iiil to him who slings mud  nt others " 'I lion hypoei ile, . lirst ca.it  the beam out of thine own eye; and  then th'ou shalt see clearly 'to cii'.t out  the mote   out  of   thy   brother's eye.'-  II Mr. Culdcr had n little moie of  the spirit of Christ lie would peilups  recognise that Catholics as a whole  are better Christians tlinn he whosi-  gospel seems to b-j the stirring up ol  sectarian strife.  Vuurs, t-V-'c,  CiriZK.v.  CONSUMPTION  Its Cause and Cure.  In a striking speech at the meeting  of the N.itioiml Ass<>ci;iticjii for tl.e  Preyemi n of Consumption at < he  Mansion Jlotis>:. Sir Willi.mi I5n..id-  bent declared deficient foixl, overwutk.  study rooms, and alcoholic exeeni  were the principal factors in the pio-  gress of the disease  K.\]iect<>i'atniii, hr c.iiitmind, eaiiced  its spie.nl moie I I1.1II ,in\ tiling. lithe  whole ol the ex pectin n Lion could he  desmoid at one tiioineui, ihe di^e.ise  would be stamped cut spitting must  he slumped out hy public opinion mid  hy punishment. l Wheievcr cuxe-t of  coiiMiiiiiptiou .ire known tlieautlioiitii s  should he notified, nnd the dwi Mings  di-iuleetcd. GiinpiiNory notification  should cciiiiinly \������i adopted.     , |  JAMES GILL  ARRESTED  i' ~������������������������      ]  The Prospector gives the following  account of the trouble into 'which  .lames Ciill, formerly in business'in  Itovelstoke, got into at Cranbrook:  James Gill, confidential clerk for V.  Hyde''Baker, townsite agent; 'and  hook-keeper for the Standard Lumber  Co , is under arrest at 'Kernie charged  with appropriating !|il,000.        ,     ,  For nearly two weeks it has been  quietly rumored around town that  Jiimes Gill was short in 'his accounts,  anil that he had confessed to'appro'pri-  ating-about 11)00;  On Moiiil'iy'liisL Gill was missing,  an'd:i\ was'openly stated that he was  making his way into the United  Slates. A warrant vyas issued, which  was placed into the hands of Cointuhle  ,vloiris of Cianbrook, ami; telegrams  for his arrest sent to every, available  point in the district. ,Upun receipt of  Hie lelegiam Gill was arieoted at Klko  but,.later on .succeeded in- milking his  e-oape and crossed the line at Tobacco  Plains. Constables Morris" and Dow  ii'f'W'ui'dner were iu 'cluhe pursuit, and  after travelling all night finally caught  up'with and arrested him, at Kurekn,  Mont. , Soon after his arrest Gill  waived extradition 'pioceedings' and  leui'rned ' with 'the ollicers without  further trouble.. Jle was" taken, to  lAsrhie where he' was. placed in gaol to  await a 'preliminary" hearing'<'on a  uhurue of embezzlement.'        - *"  ' Since Gill's; attempted escape it is  said that his shortage' will amount'to  $1,800, and that the,hooks containing  his' discrepancies are missing,'' that  they have been cached or destroyed.  There was., considerable sympathy  expressed, a few first 'for Mr. Gill on  account of his family,but by his"actions  since the discovery of his shortage and  his attempt to escape during Mr.  linker's absence be'has forfeited the  eo'nlidence'of all his friends.,  TAPPEN SIDING  i r i 'XX  A Delightful Camping Spot.  There have already been nearly fifty,  people'in camp at tlie'Suminer School  of Missions at Tappen Siding. The  place' selected -is just by the fish  hatchery, and is an ideal spot for  camping. Therefs freedom from the  attack of the mosquito, which so often  tuiua tiic (jumper's*pleasure into pain.  ���������The .scenery is inspiring forming"'a  picture wliich once seen is never to be  forgotten. The sparkling waters of the  lake lie spread out for miles before the  eye, and the light etVects, heightened  l>v the shadows of the surrounding  lulls and mountains, aie of indescribable beauty. An abundant supply of  pure fresh water runs by the camp,  while the splendid cotton wood trees  form an excellent shade, with a clear  giassy surface beneath as convenient  for play as it is convenient to put up  tents on. The bathing is the best  possible, being as siife for children as  enjoyable for ii.ll.-  People travel hundreds "of "tnilesfat  heavy expense to find places suitable  for outings, but here, ut their very  door, is an ideal camping spot. Those  visiting , should purchase a straight  ticket to Tappen Siding arid also ask  for a standard certificate, which, being  signed by the secretary of the school,  .i return ticket will be given free.  Tickets are good until 17th August.  GET NEXT     ;  To some of the l>est Cigars in town at  limwii's Cigar Store and   Poul   Room.  IsittiMlisfiiiTliill  fHltiS iENEi^DElRSIINSS  vf.O:'"'-i:      .'2o6^il2fFIRST'  AVE,   NO;RTH,   ..  ���������MMN:E;aP:0'^  ;WRii;E-v.|V6:f^  ship   Uv:AINl/AJiLj   torrp.R.i:cES:  AHU &HiP���������.ag-a.i.n.-..,::  Chatham Incubators Hatch Spring  Eggs into Fall  Dollars.   ; ,'"''������  ���������' ,       . v     '' '      "v  , Utjr ftod Jan* art th������ beit months to start In.   Juno Imtclied rhlcki grow Ilka weeds during  th* early nimmar and manj ot the riaai of the bimlneaa are avoided If you start now.  Kvory  chicle . you ' cmi  mnturo  and market In   October is; worth  Sflconta, If not moro.' The next Hires  inoiitliH uro tho right ones in which  to got Htartcd in tho chlckon-ralsliiK  liUbiiiCBS.   TIilto'h good money In It  nnd tho women folks and children  cm do all tho work' that iiociIh to bo  dono In about. ouc-hiiK hour dully.    :  ��������� , Tho way to make poultry pay Is  to got "brollor" chlcku of uniform.,  hl/.e and weight ready for tho mar-  ,kot when prices aro highest, and tho  'only,way ,thlu can ba dono is with^a  a good Incubator.   Tho otio.tliat is  "ti -  sure nud never-falling Is'tho CIIAT-  IIAM.   If tho egg Is fertile the chick  zzzz^rid fiuro.to bo hutched every tinio by a.  "fl  . No Cash to Pay  Until Fall, 1905.  " ������������������,   So snro are we of results that we take.chancos on your success before we got our  money for tho machine. ' .. ,     '    '   , ' '   .     - ' j <       ,-'  ,. We will ship you a Chatham Incubator, freight prepaid,  aiid give you two years to pay for it.' Nothing to pay iiutil  November, 1905.   - .-      "     ,   . . /   '      '   *���������     ;  ' ' The Chatham Incubator pays'for Itself overy  'hatch, and If you got started now, which you  - Bhould, the Juno hatchod chicks will have a market yalue of 60c. each by, October, thus enabling  you to pay for tho Incubator without using! one  cent of money not earnod by tho machine itself. ,  -     Our beautiful and completo book, "How to'  "��������� Mako Money; Outof Chicks," tolls tho wholo story.  y.No poultry raiser can afford to be without it. It's  FltEE.   Send for it .VOIV. ���������        ....  THE MANS0H CAMPBELL CO., Limited  -'-Dept. 226  v"-     CHATHAH, ONT..    .  Distributing"Warehouses at Montreal, Que.,  Brandon, Man : Calicary, Alta.; New Westniinstcr,  B.C., and Halifax, N.S.  #.  Factories at Chatham, On't., and Detroit, Mich.  '.Also Manufacturers of the famous Ctinthnm  Faonlng Mills and Chatham Farm Scales.'  Manson Campbell'  18  .       I.        ,. .   - ,.,��������� ,-    .      T -'.I    .-    , -. "SI. ���������-.     ".  Leading, Dreissrhakers  l 'and Ladies' 'Tailors use Betting's Sillt on their smartest.suits,  ^  go^vlls and waists.    They know that   ' . ���������   '    _       *���������  ! Beldiiig;'s Spool Silk  * sews smoothly and evenly���������13 free of knots and kinks���������runs freely  % in' the highest speeded sewing machines without breaking.  The Best Canadian Pork  Tin' tiin'.-l. Ihmih���������ifieniiftaiilly cook"d  ��������� tufty���������will) ur ������itli(int (yliili or Tumult) Siliii c. tJl.iik'" flfhci'iiii I'mk  iind lic.in-'.  A little forethought inay hhvi; you  no end of troiilile. Anyone who inakr-.s  it a rule to keen Clni'iiibcrliiiii'."..Colic,  Cholora and Diarrhoea Remedy at  hand knows this to be a fact. For  sale by all druggists.  .    USE  Royal  Crown  oap  And inve Winppcsr- for I'lOiiiiuni?.  ROYAI. OIIOAVN' SOAP has no equal  on the market. Drop ua a card anil  we will imiil you a catalogue illustrating the,beautiful premium's we ofVor.  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, 8. C. Limited  OU'LL NOT have  another word to say  regarding the time  your boots last .if the next  pair you buy are  LECKIE BOOTS  Thi.s footwear i.s ending  the argument for eastern-  made boots every day.  They are strictly western;  made by men who kno'v  western conditions from  years of experience, rind  manufacture boots to meet  these conditions.  Your size is waiting for  you at your dealer's.  J. LECKIE Co.Ud  , MANUFA(JTIJKRR8, ���������  VANCOUVER, B. C.  ELGIN OR WALTHAM Cfi en  - 4-OZ SOLID SILVERINE CASE, MJV.^V  Dust, iiml (Until proof, filler with the very bet  sown jewelled Idici" or'VViillliiuii movement,  ���������,1cm wind .mil sel,,andabsohlluly K<iiU'iintueil for  (he \e,ir-. Al-i> a lie.iiitifnl I'luiin with eaoli  H.ilcli for (In; iio\l. Mlilnys. M\ i-oinplule, -HI.,'iU.  ."?( uiiik K lieliovinr. (jut I hi- oi:l. and .send it to us  ������illi your inline, Post Olllce and Kvpress Olllco  iicliliuss, mill we will send llio  W'ateli mid Chuin    lo joii foroMiiiiiniilioii.   Ifjoa  Mini it as repie-  senled.i pay agent, tlieamonnl, and e\-pi-css chai-nes. ni.d Wiiteli and Uli.un aie yours. If you  Hi'ih Iu wive p.iyiiiK the e\i)i(.sseliai|;e.s.seiiil in the fiilliuiiount. and ������e wilLforwanl lo you  W.iioli and Chain hy mail, all charge-) prepaid. II you order O.O.D. a deposit, ot j() cents ia 10-  qmrcd .isaniattei of kooiI faith, which amount will he duduclud fioin your bill. Older at once  .wthis oiler may not appear iiK.iin.    When writin������ mention Ibis paper,  E.WAGNER & CO.. 163 Cordova Street,  Vancouver,' B. C.  J as. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer ln^   Tnrf?7?ft^-  BEEF,   PORK;  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All onlcrx promptly lllled.  REVELSTuKE, B. C, iuhmc'iik*''i''<  ALBERTA EMPLOYMENT ACENCY  I/it'cnsi'tl.   , lti*f<isl,i'i i'fl.  CALOARY, ALTA.  f<Ko. Aii;liK.v.v,    ���������    i\!/nmi;i"i".  I ftrri'lf,,   ItfCHT/MJItANT Ac   DOAI-  J I    KSTK; IIKI.I'. ItANCU-IIANUH,  TIOAMHTKUS Ac I.A MOHKItS lunii.sli  i-fl on slim I. until c.  Office: llooiii ">,' IJiii-ns Mlnrk.  I'. 0. Iffix 810, Cnlgniy. Altn.  "Iiijc^i  When You Want  A Hack  Niglit or day,  Ring up Tel. No. 27  Stand at Union Hotel  J. M. McOallum.  Wm. Fleming-,  Wholesale nud Itefail  Meat Merehant.  Im'sIi   and   Game   in     Season  '    First St., Revelstoke.  Local  Agent  Wanted  AT ONt!K KOK  " Canada's Greatest Nurseries"  Km- I he (own ol Kovelstokc  and snii-oiiniliii^ c-imiiiI.i-v,  whit'h will lie rt'si't-vi'd for till'  riKlil. mini. .Start now at the  best sclliii^ .si'ubon, and liancllu  niir NKW SI'liUIAI/riES on  IJI3KRAL TKIIMS. Write  for ii.irt.iciilni's, anti .send 'M>c  foi (Mir hnndsoinc  Aluminum   Pocket   Microsrope,  (n little trem) nscrnl to  runners In examining serais and grains,  Orcliardists       " ,,       trees for iiiKOCtrt,  Ciardenors        "       ,   plants for iiiseots..  Teachers and Scholars in studying botany, and  Kverybody in a hundred different ways.  STONE & WELLITGTON  Konthill Kurteriea [over 800 acrejO  TORONTO -        ;-      ONTARIO I  Kootenay Lod^e No. 15 A.F, & A.M. '  Tho regular meet-,  Inn- are held In the  Mni-onlc ' Temple'  Jdd Fellows Hall, on  .-the third Monday In  each month, ut < 8  p.m. Vlsltlmrbrolh-  ron . cordially'^wul-^  ^  coined.       ,  C. A. PHOUUNlKlCSmtin'Aitv'.  SELKIRK TiODOE. NO  12, I. O. O. F.  MoetH every ,Tuondu>  evening 'in Solklid  Hall at li o'clock.  Visiting brothron cor.  dlally Invited to at-  , r ,' , tend. "-'! , ���������  W. W. KOSTKR. N.G. J. MATHIK, Sec  Hed Khuo 'Di'Ki'co inecls second nnd fomlli  Tuesdays nf i'iujIi innnlhl While Itose Degici'  int'elK Third Tuesdiiy of each i|iuirler, in Odd  fellows Hull,   Vi-iling hi ol In en Welcome,  mas.' i. woomiow.  , ' I'i'ifiiideiit.   ' .        '       '   i  , J.���������, SAMSON,. , ,   ,.  Painter, Papophanger, Si'gnwrilep.  "������������������'   kXlso'mining .'done!'''-  'Oi'dcr.s rctii'ivc prompt nttcntion.  Second sHviil,       -' ' ItEVKLSTOKR  ^/  W. A. McDonald  - PJj'ASTJSJtiSB- & BUJCKLAYEB,"  '     -.     BEVKLSTOKE .   '*    ,   .  ' - ' ���������.  Tlio.only first-eltiss plasterer iti'tovVn.  Let me know your requirements.   A  Carload of Lime just imported.  A Car-load of Brick under order. '  , .������-  The Best Ice Cream  In the City is to be hnd :it  WAH CHUNG'S  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  '������������������ GOOSEBERRIES '*'  ��������� BLACK -CURRANTS' -  /' RED XURRANTSv V-  ,v.       f'  ���������    -..        ;:;. ' ���������.  THE CITY EXPRESS  . E; W. B. Paget, Prop.     .]...''  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,;- .  'etc:,'to liny'part of the City.'      ',     . r-~ ''  \ Any Kind of Tpansfepping^  ;'  , :������,, Undeptaken.f -     :;'  ''TELEPHONE NO. 7.   -  .  Trademarks  and Copyrights  obtained in all couiitricu.  PATENTS  * obtained in all cc  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical Attorney and Engineer.  Kooni 3, Fairllel(i:niock, Granville St., near I'.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A pobtcard will secure an evening appoint  ment for tlioso who cannot call during tho day  WOOD YARD  1 have started n pei-inaiient Wood  Yfird on Third street. With my past  experience I hope to be in a position  to satisfy nilv requirements of customers. Dry cord wood kept in stock and:  supplied in any lengths at reduced  prices for cash. ���������       n  ,K. SAMSON,  Halcyon Hot Springs  +Sanitaritim.  Under the new management of  ll.vititY- McIntosh,   Hoffman   House  Koshliind.  THE MEDICAL WATERS of Halcyon ate the most curative in the  world. A perfect, natural remedy for  nil Nervous nnd Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments  and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure  for "That Tired Feeling." Special  rates on all boats and trains. Two  mails airive and depat t "every day.  Telegrn li communication with all  marts of the world.  Thumb���������$12 to ,$1S per week.   For  further particulars apply to  11 ABB V McINTOSH  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrotv LaKe. B. C.  It should be kwtie la mbtd tbst  every c*Id weakens the lo&fs, levers the vitality and jwcjwret the  ���������ytteaa for the moc������ serious diseases, unong which uc tb������ tw������  greatest destrvyen of htmsaa life,  pneumoBia asd c*nsnm*ti������B.  'S  Cough Remedy  has won its {rest popularity'ky ha  prompt cures of this most eenunon  ailment. It aids expectecatUa, re-  lirres the htaga aod opus the  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent csrs. Zt ootttttends  any tendency toward pBonsncaia.  I  ���������c m     'i,.  t'fl  Piict >sc, Lortfs Sis* 50c.  ���������Bswv .ft  I-  THEIKOOTENAY MAIL  CREAM  BAKING POWDER  cents  a pound  can  25 cents a half pound can  AT AELJ GROCERS        ���������    ;  - . ', . -' " ��������� ��������� ���������     '  Dr. Price's Cream Baking-Powder'is made fromi,;  pure,. Cream of Tartar derived from grapes,, and.thus  - combines'the* Highest leavehingf strength with the  greatest-purity and healthfulness.f   ",',',    <-  Dr.. Price's Cream Baking Powder is the most ���������  economical to use, because it. goes- farther in leaven- .  , ing and. insures perfect, wholesome food.       { .<_    " ���������  ]  It Saves Money and Saves Health  ..-/  RflSWINfi   MATTFRQiore  isth0- "^eat-yet  found jirtlmt  BfllmllU   ISlni I   8 LilO j mine. The etrike consists of 18 inches  ore, with 10 inches' high grade shipping ore,' which runs about 300 ozs silver and irlOin gold.' This is important  news, iis'it 'shows ��������� the big oro\ chute  goes down./This cle'ars up"the -doubt  many   mining''men   had 'about the  Miries through.a'mortgage, held'to^e-  cure advances made, has offered the  shareholders who wish to protect their  interest to ' reorganize the company  and give them an opportunity to take  up.,shnrex under-the'new, plan, by  which,it is proposed to further develop  and then sell the property.  Mr". Gufl'ey returned from ,Smith  Creek Wednesday and has decided'to  resume work immediately on the deep  shannel proposition on the Duquesne  property. (       '.  .The Bl C. Copper Co's- smelter is  shut dowrrby a strike.' '    ������    '  The St. Eugene shipped 2,720' tons  concentrates last month.''  '������������������ . i  ���������' The Laborers Co-operative Co. have  had an expert examining  their, mines  'at'Golden.  ^HiB report"isf favorable  nnd development will be pushed.  ARROWHEAD  A GREAT MINE.  its  t.k  B.C. Will Give,the World  Greatest Copper Mine. '  , The r Boston' Commercial says :  Granby is making an^avefnge of about  1,300,000'pounds of copper and ' earning approximatelyo!J80,0u0 net monthly. Its copper is costing, all expenses  of, refining, a selling, -management,  , taxes,   etc., -included/ between ,eight  - arid nine cents a .pound.   After July  the'production is expected to be near-  ��������� ly 2,000,000 pounds monthly'; and" the  cost not over eight cents per pound.  On' this basis' the Granby will "earn,  on'.a 15-cent copper market, more than  $1/per share on its 1,350,000 shares of  stock, or on a basis of 80 cents- per  share on a 13-cent copper market."'  - ' It'is' tiie-infention to increase pro-  'duction-to 5,000  tons, mid   possibly  10,000 tons of ore daily.       '   v .  The Granby already has 10,000,000  tons of ore block'ed out', and 15,000,000  ton's ' more partiallj developed by  tunnels," pits, upraises, etcf Its" vein  is 700-feet-wide, arid is a" self-fluxing  smelting'ore. The ability "to handle  this ore���������including mining, transportation,'smelting, ^converting," refining,'  selling and management���������for $3.50 to  , $3.75 per ton has already.been demonstrated. -As the ore yields about 26  pounds uf line copper and $1.75 in  gold and' silver to the ton, it has a  present average value of $5.50 per ton,  i and,   on   a' 13-cent   copper   market,  . 'would be worth approximately $5 per  ton. Should Granby's production'be  increased to 5,000 tons daily and its  net profit" maintained at $1.50 to $2  per ton, its annual earnings would  amount to $2,625,000 to $3,500,000, or  " at the rate of $2 to $2.75 per share.on  its   capitalization.    It' will   be   seen  ^therefore there is a possibility that  Granby may eventually be worth $20  to $30 per shar'ef.  had  property at thertimc it was sold.  .FISH  CREEK.  .-    ���������\:.'-,---L-       -.'-���������-/:-'  Lead Crosscut on Silver Dollar  .The crosscut' r.m on the Silver  Dollar has struck the lead at, ii'depth  of 150 feet, and" it is 'reported the ore  body looks well.', Its width will not be  known tillp the tunnel is extended  'across the ore body. 'A compressor  with power drills- will be 'installed  immediately, to be1 followed by a mill.  GREAT NORTHERN MINES'  Seil Swede*and Lucky Jack.,  .. The^ International Company,' has  been formed to take over' the ��������� Swede'  and Lucky Jack claims from ,the  Great Northern Mines. ,The capitalizations jis $1,500,000. -A 20-stamp  "mill and'aerial tram will, be built.  Rich ~.strikes",are:- reported, on -the  Swede.',     , '"'      . ,    *"  SEYMOUR ARM. ,_  Exciting Mineral,Strike Made  "��������� Alex. Clark, a colored man) made a  rich mineral strike on Seymour Arm  of Shuswap lake. Armstrong men are  interested, and ' have gone to see the  Iind. A dozen claims have been staked  The old miners who crossed Seymour  Arm to the Big Bend always claimed  there was rich ore tliere.  NICKEL PLATE MINE.  Now Handles Over 100 Tons  of Ore Per Day.  Up to the present ��������� time operations  have been mostly confined to the experimental stage, but now the company is mining and milling about 3,-  500 tons of ore pi r, month, composed  of both high and low grade. The mine  is situated five miles up the mountain  side from Hedley, which is reached by  a gravity tramway; while on the top  are two miles of electric railway Tuning to different tunnels, the cars collecting the ore and emptying into a  large ore bin connecting with the gravity cars, thonce conveying it down  the mountain side to the mill at  Hedley.  All the latest machinery and improvements are installed at the mine, and  nothing is wanting for its successful  operation. About 100 men are employed, with a payroll of $7,000 per  month. There is an assay otlice, with  assayer and chemist, as also the superintendent of the cyanding plant in  the same building. In fact, the whole of  the operations are complete in themselves for the successful condiict of the  mine, the only exception being the lack  of a smelter to handle" concentrates  which are at present ��������� shipped to  Everett.  The power house for supplying drills  at the mine is situate at Hedley City.  The Twenty-Mile creek flume, 4 feet  by 4 feet, furnishes a 400-foot 'head of  water . This also supplies power for  Stamps, electric light, an I power for  various dynamos running small machines and electric generators. To  give an idea of the extensive operations  the plant includes a 40-stamp mill,  150 horse power compressor, one of  the largest in Canada, electric tramway, cyaniding plant.  THE SILVER CUP  Strikes Ore in Lower Tunnel.  Last week good ore was found at a  depth of 600 feet in the long tunnel  being driven on the Silvor Cup 300  (eet below tho former workings.   The  MINING. NOTES.  The Mollie Gibson has reorganized,  and $70,000 has been provided for development. , t     ,  American capitalists are opening  iron mines on Texada Island.  The Heberlein, process in use at  Marysville smelter reduces cost of  treatment of silver-lead ores . from $3  to $4 a ton.  Owing to disagreement in the company R. II. Ratty has resigned the  management of the Triune and John  Morton, succeeds him.  Tlie Eva cleaned up a substantial  gold1 brick beginning of July.  The Oyster-Criterion cleaned up its  16 days run of last month and got a  larger gold brick than expected.  The Center Star shaft is being sunk  another"200 feet below the ninth level.  A deal is on for the Hewitt mine  near Nelson. v  Manager Aldridge, of Trail smelter,  says the lead situation is very satisfactory, and the smelter is blowing in a  lead stack with plenty of ore to keep  running some time.  A. McVittie, of Cranbrook, lias located at Shorts Creek, Okanagan lake,  a se.im of coal 52 inches thick.  McKay, Strutt and Downing have  driven a tunnel 110 feet to crosscut a  lead on the old Homestead on Mohawk  C reek.  Since May 1st the Paradise mine  above Wiliner' has shipped 129,000  pounds of ore to the smelter. The  Delphine mine in the same locality  has, during the same period, shipped  79,298 pounds.  The United Mine of Ainsvvorth,one  of the largest Kootenay lake zinc-lead  showings, has passed to the control of  C. Fernau, of the Canadian Metals  company of Frank, Alberta. This  deal, says the News, marks the beginning of an industry for handling zinc  ores locally that cannot but soon expand into one of the very largest of  the country's industries. |  T. Kilpatrick, haying become owner  of   the   Games   Creek    Coneolidated  Kiom our own correspondent:  A* Cliinuniiiii' employed, by Ralph  Simpson'at the shingle mill across-the  lake was brotmht into town. Monday.  Judging from appe.irances ho had  tried to shake' liiinds "with a buz/, saw  wliich^, didn't have time to stop and  shake.' Between- the saw and' the  hospital John-is now ,'shy" four'fingers  George T. Cleveland, of the firm', of  J. L. Goodhue & to, Danville, Que.,  was in town oiViThursday.'-  ; \ MivThomson, government inspector  of marine , boilers, was., in ' town,,this  week testing thdibo'ilers of the various  boats entering.this port.,_    ,/  It is reported, the "Geo. F. Piper",  will soon resume her; daily trips between Cqmaplix, Beaton-'and Arrowhead.' In' view of- the steadyMncrease-  of travel in this directiori^the Bowman  Lumber Company have' now provided  excellent! 'accommodation,-fpK their  passengers on this^ run.-. A Sunday  excursion to-Halcyon is'mentioned as  the first probable'trip.' -' ;���������- "-i,' -f ~:-  - Work is now being commenced' on  the new Mhoqlfhouse. ? The5 building,  which will be about 27x36ft, comprises  two rooms, each-12x24ft, and a cloak  room. , 'A very favorable site has been  chosen convenient'! to��������� the residential  section of the town and as distant as  possible,from the railroad.' Around  the school house there are* neaily two  acres of natural park land which will  afford an'ideal play ground " for the  children. ''*'_>.-   r  A movemcjjtis on foot to organize  aimoonlight excursion to Halcyon, the  proceeds to' be applied^to the benefit  of the.hospital. An excursion of this  kind on one of the C: P.,R;, steamers  is "about the most delightful means of  recreation we know of this hot weather  and under tlie able management which  is back of this movement we may  count on a successful as well as a  pleasant ^trip. Jf arrangements can  be made with the C. P. It. to convey  passengers to and from Revelstoke to  connect with the boat at Arrowhead,  we will doubtless have a good representation from the "'Stoke" which, oi  course, will add to the pleasures of the  evening.  Thomas Meredith, of the Arrowhead  Lumber Company, arrived in town  Thursday morning, and is spending a  few days at the mill.     . ���������  Automobiling bids fair to become a  popular pastime with aome of our  boys���������that is if they can get running  rights over the C. P. R.  Wedding bells may soon be ringing  in Arrowhead, if we know the signs at  all. It is a pity there is only one walk  out of town, because we will feel guilty  for the above remark every time we  meet them on Sunday evening.  Dr. Morrison is visiting Arrowhead  professionally. ' That's what Doc says,  but we know he likes Arrowhead any  way.  No. 406, the C. P. It. locomotive  which ran away on the Sandon grade  on the 13th inst.,\vas brought through  Arrowhead on flat cars this week and  ai-onsed considerable interest by its  badly damaged condition.  Mr. Bowman, of the Bowman Lumber, Company, spent Thursday and  Friday in Arrowhead.  The weather has been so hot in Arrowhead this week that several Chinamen were seen the other morning tossing pancakes against the side of the  mountain, whence they dropped nicely  browned and hot. It's about time for  the hot - weather liar to butt-in now  with. Barcastic leference to the, frosty  atmosphere of our burg.  There will be services in both  churches tomorrow^  have been secured, 11. S. ;Bailey, of  Vancouver, arriving ,to" take the  position.;       [   ..., .,       - (  A-sad'accident happened' last week  on the Sandon'Hill, when engine 40(5,  in' charge of engineer J'ack Cndden,  got beyond his control owing to the  brakes not acting properly, and the  train crew had to jump for their lives.  Cadden escaped with a severe shaking  up and a badly sprained ankle, but  poor. Cock well was not so'fortunate,  his head being split open by striking  a rock'so that his brain was exposed.  Remarkable to say when found he was  conscious, and' his first words .were:  " How are the rest of the crew?" But  he soon became .unconscious, and died  before reaching "the hospital. The  engine fell over the embankment and  is badly broken'up. Cockwell's death  cast'ii gloom over tlie town, as he was  ii. favorite with ia.ll.' His. body was  embalmed and bent to his home in the  east. Engineer John' Cadden is one  of the most careful men in the eervice  of the C. P. K., and this is the^lirst  terious accident he has had. ,  Mrs. Jos. Clemens and children, who'  have been Waiting Mrs. St. Dennis, of  Slocan, arrived'home this week, , 0  , Rev: Mr. Fernie, of Arrowhead,  occupied the pulpit of the Presbyterian  church last Sunday. j   ,  BY-ROYAL- WARRANT- MILLERS -TO ��������� H.R.H.THE-PRINCE-OF-WALES  NAKUSP.  The Fatal Railway Accident.  From Our Own Correspondent.  Jos. Clemens, who has been working  at Cascade for the last five months,  arrived home this week.  Several changes have lately taken  place in the office of the Y. C. L. Co.  J. G. Billings has removed to Nelson.  W. J. Robertson is now secretary for  company. W. N. Poole is accountant,  and the services of a new stenographer  BIG-BEND.  ��������� f  - Prospects Better than.ever.  , ,On 'Saturday Mr.-, and ��������� Mrs.' F.,B.  Wells and Mr. J. I. Woodro'vv returned  from an-eleven days trip through the  Bepd and ^express themselves well  satisfied with the outlook.-v..   ���������- ���������  .Mr. Woodrow informs us he never  felt so impressed with the-excellent  prospects of'the Bend as this trip.  At'.Carnes Creek, he found'J. P.  Kelly( had run '.a crosscut tunnel 186  feet on-the J. and.L., and has a'mag-  nificent prospect. The ore is copper,  zinc) silver, lead and gold." There is  about' 800 feet of. ore between1 this  tunnel and the outcrop on the face of  the mountain.... Somefhiglr .valueVin  go.d were got on this-Jproperty/ 'Mr.  Woodrow thinks Upper Carnes Creek  would I be well"i worth while exploring  tor placer gold. ���������   ���������      >'.-���������'  AtJDow'nie' Creek' 'the'govern ment  are starting'a, trail to  the'-b'ig.-'c'opper  ledge.-.   -,       '"   : i .':       ���������. ,,.f;,  'At, French Creek- there, is, every  evidence 'of gold .being got on the  American Mining. Company's hydrau-  lic.property, /on which a lot of work  had been done, till unfortunately the  flume got.burned out. Ic is intended  to have repairs effected by middle of  August and hydraulicing resumed: - ":  The Revelstoke and "McCuIlough  Creek Hydraulic Co. were arranging  to clean up at their ground and' good  results wen expected."  - At Smith Creel: Harry Howard has  been delayed by a slide which damaged  his pipe line, and he has had to repair  it, delaying him in starting the  season's work.  . At the Camp Creek Hydraulic Co's  ground Raymond Allan has done a lot  of work, and is opening up ground  further north' which -is looking well  and has shown' good gold prospects.  THREE VALLEY.  The Mundy Lumber Co's. mill is  now ready for operation, and will start  running night and day about beginning of'August.  A post ofiice will be opened at Tluee  Valley this week. Mr. Lane has been  appointed postmaster.  The company have put in a water  supply, the source being a spring on  the mountain side.  ' ',  The Mundy -Lumber Co. are now-  building docks on Three Valley Luke,  which will soon be a hive of industry.  E. L. Kinman has imported another  logging engine.  Royal Household Flour  Yields Most Nutrimeiit.  - Only'when flour is absolute!/pure,do you get highest1  .  nutriment ancl lca.<l was'le'.     "' ' '������������������  .       - *    ' .'  '    Purity in flour is secured-only by thehigheil clevelop-  '' incnt  of  the; science  of miiling, and  the  makers of Royal  ,  Household- Flourdiave' developed milling to the higheit point": ; *  cf perfedion in this country. , ���������       ".,'.,'  ������������������ The Royal Household Eletflrical Purifying and Sterilizing  Proccsj.is the moSt thorough,in'-the' world���������-it"is controlled"  exclusively in 'Canada by the. Royal Household Mills���������and    ���������  (that \i why Royal Household quality cannot be duplicated  , '��������� f r     J ". ���������   '' >    '  ' in Canada.     ,,,'''.  That's why" Royal .'Household ��������� Flour is . the richest in    '.  nutriment, greatest in ,purity���������That's why.it is the flour every ��������� ,  ' family should. use���������the kind .that. gives, the   sweeteit,  best  flavored bread ahd'most toothsome pastry. ��������� /    '<.''-,'    ���������   ��������� ���������."  ;    'If you want that" kind of flour see that-you get Royal  .Household, then send for, the recipes so;that you may."  use it in the' Royal Household way.' ���������-  fll  II  t  1  *  ���������i  Ijt  t    l  i l  t  fa 1  1  3  II  til  * <  t'^t  - r1  I '���������  and, C&dU <Ze4d.  COMAPLIX.  VV. Sheldon, an employee cf the  Bowman Lumber Co., disappeared  Friday while repairing a boom, and it.  is feared lie has been drowned in the  lake. His hat and tools woe found  in the boat he used.  Nothing on the Market Equal to  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoae Remedy.  This fact is well known to druggists  everywhere, and nine out of ten will  give their customers this preparation  when the best is asked for. Mr. Obe  Witner, a prominent druggist of Jop-  lin, Mo., in a circular to his customers  says: "Tliere is nothing on the market  in tlie way of patent medicines wliich  equals Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints. We sell and recommend this  preparation." For sale by all druggists  An aeronaut, named Maloney, was  killed in California by his airship  going wrong and falling 3000 feet.  Mecahnics, Farmers, Sportsmen  To heal and soften the skin and remove grease, oil and rust stains, paint  and earth, etc, use the "Master Mechanic's Tar Soap. Albert Toilet Soap  Co., manufacturers.  -yrOTKas IS HEKHHY OIVKN Hint thirty  1_\ day.i afloi date I liitund Loaniily to th2  Chief Commissioner of IjiuhIs and works for r.  special license to cut and carry away limhei  from tho following described lands in West  Kootenay district :���������  Number One.  {^Commencing at a post planted near -Iioyd's  r.incb on the Columbia river and marl.ud "His  Bend Luiiibcr"Compuny's Houth-wcst corner  post," thence north IUI chains, thence c.i-t 111  chain-, thence -onth HXI chains, thence v.est 10  chains tu point of commencement.  Number Two.  Commencing at a post pi.tntcd near Boyd'3  lancli .iboul. one-liulf mile fi0111 the Columbia  ri\er and marked "Ilig Hend Lumber Company's south-west corner post," thence east N)  chains,, thence north SO chains, 1 hence wost  Ml chains, thence'south 80 chains to point of  commencement.  Number Three. '  Commencing; at ,1 post planted on the Keystone trail near Ilojd's- ranch, about Ihiee-  iiu.irlci's of a mile fiom the Columbia 11 vcr mid  ���������narked "llig I lend Lumber Company's south  west corner posl," thence north IIHI chains  thence cilso VI chuins Ihcncc soulh IMj chains  i,hcncc wes-t. 10 chains to point of commence  incnt.  Number Kour.  CoinnicnciuK at. 11 post planted ahoutnuc-lmlf  mile west of the west bank of Columbia river  on the west boundary of John Nelson's ranch,  and marked "IliK ilend Lumber Company's-  south-east corner post," I hence north W) chains  thence west II) chains, thence south HID chains,  I hence east 10 chains to point of commence-  ineul.  !l.">!liyl,-i 1I1C1 IIKNI) LUMI1KK CO, Ltd.  Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese,  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke of  useful and ornamental  articles:  Tea HorviceH Flower I'ots  Plates Umbrella Standi!  HiiHketH Lunch Haukets  Cano Chiiiri Smoking .Tuckets-  Handkerchiefs- Silk doods.  GOLD FISH  Finest stock of candies and fruits in town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  I  c  Persons n;(|iiii"ing ,11 supply of icey run  depend on gottintt  it promptly   fiom  eu8to     ,  OCEAN   STEAMSHIPS  ..   , Royal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Routo to the Old Country.  ALLAN LINK���������From Montreal.  VirKinian '. lune 23  Tunisian  June 30  Victorian Inly 7  H.muiiui     lulyll  CAiWI'AO. ATLANTIC S. S.���������From JI0ntre.1l  Montiose ." lune "-'I  l-ike .Michigan July 1  iVImintTemple...'. \\.'. '..July "->-.'  DOMINION LINK-Krom Montreal.  Kensington   Junc'Jl  Canada July I  Southward Julys  Dominion July If  AMKKKJAN LINK���������From New York.  riiil.idclphia June 21  St. I'aul  July 1  Now York Julys  Si. I.OUIS  July li  WillI'iC STAR LINK-Krom New York.  Teutonic' June J"!  Oceanic luly n  .Mig'estic July  I-.'  Ccdric Julylil  CUNAHI) LINK���������From New York.  Klriirni  'June 21  Campania  ' luly 1  li'inlirin Julys  Ijiconiii. Inly II  I'lLria-uiiKcrs ticketed through lo all parks of  Great Hritain and Ireland, and at specially low-  rates to all parts of the Kuropean continent.  Apply to nearest railway or KtcauishlpaKcnt 01  lo  T.   W. BRAOSHAW, Agent.   Revelstoke  W. P. F  CUMMINOS,   Pacific   Ak ont  The Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  TIME TABLE  (DuridK season of high water)  Leave Eight-Milk Landing each  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY al 6 a. in  Leave La Pobtb each  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY at 2 p. 111  SPECIAL TRIPS vvill tie made between dales of regular sailing whenever business, offered warrants same.  The Company reserve the right to  (."liange time and days of sailing without notice.  A. FORSLAND,' ,   F. SVVANSON.  Master. Purser  HENRY'S NURSERIES  NEW  HOME  GHOWN  CROP  AND   IMPORTED'  Garden, Field and Flower. Seeds  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT  , , AND,ORNAMENTAL TREES  RHODOIJKNDKONS,    HOSES,   GKEEX-  HOUSK AND   1IAKUY "PLANTS  for Spring planting.  Cut Flowers. Floral Designs; etc  BEE HIVES AND SUPPLIES.    ���������  FERTILISERS.  Eastern prices or less,    Whito  labor.  '   , Catalogue free.  Buy Direct���������Save Agent's Commission  ,   M. J.:HENRY,  HQ1P Westminstei   Road     '  VANCOUVER.    ' - B. C.  BRICKS! BRICKS!  The Rest Clay in Okanngati Valley,  Wcll-liui'iit Bricks in larjje or small  quantities at reasonable pi ices-.  ENDERBV/BRICiv Ac TILE 'CO.,  (VX)jel7 , ?        Enderby, B. C.  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paid  F.   B.    WELLS,  , ExDorter of Furs.  JTOTICE i' hereby Riven  that. 30 days nftor  o apply to the Chief Commissioner  of   Lands and VVorVs for a special  >br  nd  licon.-e to cut and carry away timber frpm tho  lollo-ft-ini; described lauds in West Kootenay  district:���������  Commencing nt a po~t marked "R. B. L. Co's  iiorthweotcorner"pIanled on thecasteideof Kish  River, about, three and a half mile* from Beaton  on the Camborne roadj thence eoM 80 chains,  thence .-outh SO chains, thence west 80. chains,  thence north 8(1 chain1; to the -place, of, commencement. .������������������''.''*'..    -   ' : s'  * ��������� ?  Dated this 23rd day of June. 190o.  BIG BEND LUMBER CO., LIMITED. HI  filE KOOTENAY MAIL ,  '(Signs' of  ing  CONVEY 'A  WARNING  that certain ailments: general  debility,' dyspepsia,   rheumatism,   liver  complaint,   etc.,.  need attention.    '  There  isn't anything  lietter,  than  a   bottle   of   our   own-  Ton  ic  Hypophosphites  . <      '   .  Made of the best  drugs and  '..carefully compounded. "��������� ,' ''  Only $1 for a Big Bottle  CANADA DRUG &  ;  BOOK CO,  BORN.  Hi:xj)Kkso.v.���������On'.liily -Itli^to Mi", and  Mrs. ]'. Nendei-Hon, a non. >  Allan.���������At Airowliead, onMtily ISth,  - to the'wife of the Kev. 0. K.AIIan,  ,   K of Xaktisp, a daughter.  (ItoitiiiN.s.���������AtHevelstoke.on .luly Kith,  ,'i.i.to Jlr. and   .Mrs.  8. <���������'.   Kohhins, ti  "-;1 da lighter. ��������� :  , McGkhgok.���������At Revelstoke, on July  ' 'list,tlo Mr. and Mi's.cA. JMcGicgor,  1 a son.    ���������' ���������      .      i>       ' '       '  -���������;''--     DIED.  'BARKBTT.-^fAt" Kevelstoke.!  R.  C^.on  Sunday,-July   10th, John   JJairptt,  aged',53 years. '  Local and General.  ���������T.'W". Lawson declines he will bieak  Jiockefeller. ��������� '   ,       '    "  ;- The/-Independent   Band   will   play  >   two days at the Westminster E.\hihi-  ,ttion.'. ��������� ��������� '       , ;  . "j iTen ible heat has been reported in  .tbe'eii-s.t and 200. deaths arc icpoited  us result.     / ���������  v Complaints are made about'holes  left in-; McKen/.ie Ave. by moving  buildings. -    .     -'���������-���������-���������  , (n A mucker, niimed J. II. McGiegor,  w.is killed in Old Ironsides mine when  loosening ore in shoot.' '   '   r  The. fall  ii^s-i/.es   will   be   held' at,  , Revelstoke .uct. 3id, Kaniloops Oct.  Oth, Vernon, Oct. llth.  The xtati'jn agent, at. Crow's ->iesfc  st'atitHi was be.tten   by  two 'unknown  ineu and left for������dend.   "       '  < ..  The Unite I Suites Steel Corporation  puiposes   to   iicqiiue v the . Dominion  .   Iron and Steel On , nf Canud/.  , Thos.'T.i) liii, M P.P. for Revelsioke,  Was out of the oininis at the Orange  ilemoiistiiitiuii at ArinstiDiig on July  1-ith.     "    -   ���������'  J. A. Kernaghnn has a magnificent  crop of oats on his farm at Salmon  Arm. the straw being live to six feet  high.  By a U rniulo at Wiiinipeg.on Fiidny  two high building-s weie blown down.  One crushed a collage and killed four  inmates. v  , On Tuesday the nine-yen r old son of  Col. Johnson, cf Knderby, bad his leg  broken by hemy citishetl between the  buffers of railway coaches a-, the train  left Vernon.  The filthy stateofa&will wagon that  i travels the streets is a common nuisance this hot weather, and should be  suppressed.  A correspondent remarks: "Jsn'tit  wonderful how .some people squeal  when they are hit with their own  boomerang?'"- ,       L .   '  Thursday. was one nf the hottest  days experienced in Revelstoke, the  thermometer registering about 100  in the shade..  A. S. Farwell is completing the sur-  ��������� vey ot portions of li is townsite with a  view to putting the balance of his land  un the market.  The   Briti.-h   N.imiI Department   i.s  Seriously   I'un-ideiing a  proposal   foi  the    .-ending   out   of thousand-    of  mechanics to Canada.  Toys, Toys,  We ha v.' .t hunch of mt'ch.mical toys  which nv will cli'.ii' out aL .my old  price, .u- ������������������������ do not, intend h.indling  them any more. You t-,tn get toys  frnin 10c, lo .Vic, "-o funic along early.  One of the grandest s-cenos in the  mountains i.s the falls on l'"iog Cicek,  oir the Mundy Lumber Oo's, limits  near Three Valley Lake.  ' ,  C. IJ. IIunit' and Co's biickynid at  the Tiiniwiita has boon 'in active operation for some time, audiis getting a  kiln of brick in leadine.-s for burning  We are informed from Three. Koiks  ihat lCngintcr Oiiddun, who 'was on  the engine which run away on Sandon  lull, is not seiiously hurt., lie is'in  I lie^Dcnver .Hospital. '  ' A man named Uarrett, foiineilv  rook at, the Kevelstoke Luinbei CoV  Jiiidan c-ainp, died ,suddenly .Siiiul.iy  inoriiing fiom heart .failure. The  funeial took place Tuesday.- ���������  J\V. Cider, C. 1. R. biakesmaii, was  taken to the hospital this week mi tiering from appendicitis, and underwent  un operation Wednesday.' Mis many  friends, will' be glad to learn he is  doing well.  Contracts for construction of side  walks have been lot to II. A'. Monis  for work, in Waids I and 2 at lie. per  font, and for waul .'i to li. liobiichese  ���������it :'iS cents per foot. The other ,city  iiupioveiiH'iiis aio being done by day"  labor. ',"', .        ,  li. Pluming was last evening charged  hefuie Me&sis. i.i ml ma rk mid Ciordun  with ci uelty to a horse. . G. S, Mc-  Cartef defended. The cliiuge' was  dismissed, the evidence showing u  doubt existed as to whether the treatment of the hoisc. anionnled to  cruelty.  A. 10. r lirndlcy returned t.liis week  fiom tue Uend< and reports I he^'iep.iii"  of the Aineiican Mining Oo's.' llume  is being rushed, anil piping' will he  K'sumed beginning ol* August. Mr.  Hot lorn", piesidunt. of' the company,  was much pleased with his visit, to,the  pioperty.  A mini who' broke a window of the  Climax.Hotel informed (he police the  spirits would not. let him work. "116  was arrested on a charge of vuginncy  and sent to- ICn'mloops gnpl for tluce  months. Another ninn, who ' threatened Mrs. Tiirnross with, violence,  and to burn her. properly, w s sent up  for tlnee months. ,  i >,  On Wednesday J. I), fcjihh.ild leoeiv-.  fd iiilimution of the death nt. Dulutli  of C.i'pt. Moimw, vice-president of the  Revelstoke and McCullough Cieek  Hydraulic piop'eity. He'was killed  by his nutoiiiobilc overturning on him.  Captain "Morrow-visited the company's  property during each of the past' two  yenis.    , - , .'-  The1 independent," section of the  Ulster Orangemen, 'bended ,by Commoner Klo.ni, has, issued a striking  manifesto to the cuiintiy, appealing  for the burial.of sectarianism, which  is now, dividing .Piolostantg nnd'O.ith-  olics and involving the co-operation  ol" all .secular forces in the promotion  of the national welfare.  " ���������    '  Regina Leader. -In an1 ouncing Hie  lelease from jail of Mr J. A. Hangs  about two.we������ks ago tliel.eader stated  the pardon gianted him was conditional upon his immediate departuie from  Canada. This statement was an'error.  The pardon'granted Mr. Bangs htid.no  conditions whatever attached to it  and he wim tiee to "remain in Canada'  or leave it as he saw fit.        ��������� ,,,  A recent postal regulation 'is worth  bearing in mind bythose having boxes  As all the post- masters nie liable to  make mistakes in putting mail matter  into wrong bo.ves, the new leguliition  lequires people to examine their mail  belore leaving the ollice, and should  they find a piece not addressed to them  they 0ni nst lefurn it nt once, or be  liable to a fine of .^OO. -That it, i.s the  fault of the postmaster makes no  difl'erence.  The Golden Star remarks on the'  trainmen's fight with the damps on  -12th,���������"Theie aie two men at present  in the lock-tip here, one of whom has  been committed for trial "on a cliaige  of shooting with intent to do,grievous  bodily harm, and the other doing 30  days for stealing a ride on the C. P. R.  Without discussing the merits or  demerits of the case, it seems rather  peculiar that both the conductor and  brakemen should have taken the law  into their own hands with regard to  the first mentioned offender, whom  the one held while the other proceeded  to batter his head into a pulp. The  constable should have been called in  the first place, not after the shooting."  Social & Personal.  Mis  (i. K. MeCailei left Tuesday mi  a visit In UiinlV. , ', ,      , '  Alls'   .1.   R. (Jressm.in   left. 'Tuesday  for I he east.       * '"','     ,'  Dr. Morrison ispayingn profe-sional  visit to Airnwliead. '   '  Mrs  W. I. Iing������s and   childieu lift  for Ncu'Wi'Stiiiiiistei' Wednesday.  ' Mrs   Ilylit���������><! and ehild'eii nnd Miss  Atkinson have gone to Ivai'lt   for two  or three weeks.  ' 'Mi lleii-on, of It. II. Trifi'man J<k  Co., rctniMi d Thiiisday fiom n photographing tiip toTluee Valley hake.  li. Pti-i^-, of Ihe Mundy Lumber Co.  w is leci ived into the hospital yesterday sullei ing fiom severo'inteinl pain  . Judge Loamy i.s being, granted sick-  leave, and W., II., N\, Clement, of  Gi.ind Forks, will, lie recommended as  deputy judge.      '  <��������� Mi's. Woodman, mot her of Mrs. li  iV. Doyle' and Aliss Wood mini, of Tor  onto Oonsoi viiloiy of Mu-ic, have been  visiting Mrs. Doyle, while o\\ mine to  .the coast cities. , ������ '  ' Geo. living, Held sccictnry of the  V. M. 0 A., is in the .city to oiganise  a hiancli of the Y. M. C. A., and a  meeting will be held tomorrow to consider the matter. ', v  c )V. I). ICeiinei, inerchant 'of Pe ir-  soii, Alan.', and editor of the local  paper, was on a'visit to his sister. Mrs'.  II. Cooke, this week, whenon'his way  to the coast and the Poitland e\hiln-  lion.                             ���������     "       " '      "���������"  Alr.nind.AIrs II."A. Hrown returned  Tuesday fp m Calgary, 'whcio. Air.  lirown took part, in the rifle meeting,  .holding eleventh position in. I ho grand  .iggicgiitc I'rivittc Fisher, ofc Revcl-  sloke.-tunk liflh place in I be giand  aggiegato,' and lliiid in' the ox'lr.i  series. '" r '      '  ' '  On Friday. July 28th, Airs. Jerome'  Afcrcier, wilc'oi Rev. -J. Alerciei," of  Tewkislau-y, Kiigl.mil,, will nn el, the,  ladies of St. Peter's Church parish nl  the liectory at'li.HO o'clock, when an  inlereslii'ig, ndilro-s will be. delivend  liy Mis Morcicr on ,t,he aims and  objects of the, (fills' Friendly'Society,  nnd with a view lo establishing n similar society in-lhc west.    '������      -    f"  SCHOOL  EXAMINATIONS  Results of Entrance Exam-  r  ,v   ination.  CITY COUNCIL.  WEDDING.  ' , TW K K D DA LR���������0U LTOIf.   ,    .  * . . . '.  The homo of Air.'and Alls. IJainel  'Oulton', Alain stiotjt, 'Sackvi.le, X. H.,  was ,the scen'o (If a-quiet' but. pu-lty  wedding on Wednesday evning. July  I2ih, w'lien > tlien daughter, ,Alisb  Tero.-a, was unitid in mainagc lo J.  ll.'Tweedd.ilo, formerly of licvelstoke,  now "of the. Impel ml Hank of Wetnski-  win, tlie ceieiiiony being pei formed  under a (lornI inch by- Kev. George  Steel, pastor of the Siickville Methodist  Church,   ' .   .      ���������  ' The decorations weie purple and  white, colors of the Aray graduating  class of Mount Alli'on, of which the  biide was n menibei. She was beautifully iittiud in white sin ah silk, with  accord io'n-'plcated anil cmbioiduied  chiffon l,i immings, and 'carried a  magnificent shower bouquet. The  sweeping veil was caught up with  roses *  Miss Ar.ibel Oulton, sjstei of the  bride, acted ns bridesmaid, and woie a  gown of blue colieime, with ,t poke hat  df blue cliitton, while T. Heliuore, of  Piedeiicton, supported the groom.  Mendelssohn Wedding. Alaich was  played by Aliss Florence Webb.  After , the ceremony about thirty  gue.-ts fe.it (low n to a dainty luncheon,  after which the happy couple left on a  trip by carnage through \arious pirta  of Westmorland County, but un Saturday will leave, for the west, spending  some days in Frederictnn and Bangor.  The bride".- going away gown was  blue silk, wi'h ji polo hat, of Tuscan  straw, and a pongee coal. She- received  ,,'   .      iii:vi:i.s'iOKi: oi:vrin:.  ' Total   nu'mboi"   of   candidates,. 23;  passed, !).  lievelstoke���������Number of candidates,  20; passed', 0. Jean Hyatt., 080; Stuart  McGuire, 020; Isabel C. J. Crawford,  012; Hugh W. Creelniini, Oil;, Eli/n  H. Davis, .TOO; Alexina1' Bain, \r)74;  JoIiiiB'. Dickey, .ri7������l ;01ivC A.Bcll, 550;  'li.ibeit D.'AIncRury, 550. ,  Arrowhead���������Number of candidates  .'I, Jinssed.O        ' ' ''       '   ',  '  , r, , '.  '   KA.MI.OOI-S  OnXTKl'..  Total number of candidates, 12;  passed, '1.    .  '' , '  ICninloops���������Number of candidates5,'  10; passed, 2. ' John A. K. Carmant,  583; Kdnn K. 'Austin,'550.'  . Ali-s IJcnttie's PrivaleSchool���������Number of candidates 2, passed 2. Ethel  Smith, 002; Kanny \f Pembertiiii, 02!).  ' " ��������� vniixo.v/'KNTiti:.  ,Vernon���������Total nuniboVof candidates.  22; [inssed, 1-1. Gni'don .Maxwell, (531;  Clara Fullei,' (523;' Herbert. R. Moore,  022; Edna I������\ ,liic(|iies, 50(5;..Krcd H^  Tennaiit^ 501; tjAmy'L. Warwick, 578;  Katharine f.-McJ^oncll, 500; Dorothy  Oliver, 552; Grace" Baker;- JWiC1" '��������� . *'  Armstrong���������Number of candidates  5; passed <l.*, William R.-AHWin?"728;  Kdith AL'Whitiug.OOO; Isaac C.' Lever,  079; Agnes K. Hamill, 038."        ,     &���������  Commonage���������Nit m borof candidates,  I; [Hissed, 0.     ' ������ '  . Lumby���������Number of .candidates, 1;  passed 0.   ,  ��������� f    .        ;   ���������'  -  Okaiiagan J^anding���������* Number of  candidates, 2;"passed,"0.   . '" '    r,-  Otter Lake���������Number of candidates,  1; passed,- L.. George S. I'elly, 550. ���������,-  , Of the schools presenting over three'  candidates, Nelson - was tho only one  which pnssedtthe full numbei piesent-  ed, 22 itV'all..   ,.     .'.,.. . '.     -,  Business Locals.  Pool 5c a cue at "Brown's.  ,   Howson's Carpet Squares will interest you���������a^large assortment.      ".   .'.  When you want ICE tell Hutchison  and you (will get it in quick order. ) ,  AreArthu'" & Harper, merchants,  Kaniloops and Rossliind, have incorporated with acapital of $100,000.,  NORTH, EAST, ' SOUTH AND  ,WEST,' YOU'LL FIND OUR CIGARS  IN EVERYONE'S VEST, BROWN.'S,  Eirstclass supply  of ICE1 may   be  had from J. C. Hutchison. ,  " A snap on a  Raymond  Sewing Ala-  chine at Howson's Furniture Store.  Private funds to loan'on real estate  .security, Apply to Scott and Briggs,  Barristers, Revelstoke, B."C. '  'a Family, Herald and Weekly Star  and Kootenay Mail all to end of 1005  or .1(1.50. Send in your subscription  as soon as possible and 'get 'tlie best  newspaper value ever offered.. ���������Addrews  ���������The KooT]:NAYLMAiL,~RevelHtoke,.B. C.  Special prices in Couches *ut'LHow-  on's Furniture Store���������a large selection  'THE FIRST CIGAR SOLD TO  YOU AT BROWN'S CIGAR STORE  IS NOT/THE LAST, THERE'S A  liEASON.. v   >"    '<��������� ,   '    ,  iMiss Agnes Helino, late of the  .Drybdale-Stevenson Ltd., Vancoitvei,  is taking charge ,of Airs. George's  dressmaking department. Shcr is a-  thoroughly capable and-experienced  diessmaker, so the public may be sure  that any work''given to 'Aliss Helnie  will be executed, in the most modern'  aiid npproved'fa'shion'.   '       ...   lL *  f FOR SALE,  ��������� The "Union" "Our Special,'! "i'har-  oh,". "La Flor de-Bahama," "Marca  Vuelta" Cigars,-2 for 25c at JJiown's  Cigar Store and 1'dof Room. f . J  Follow these rules and-you will be  sure "of doiiig good work:'Do everything at the proper-l.ime;'-keep everything in its-proper placcj'tise every-,  thing for.its proper,purpose, and advertise iii the Koo'ii:\ay Mail.  ,   Sunday Dinners.  A'specialty will be  made ,of  Sunday  (linnets at the Union Hotel.  Price 30c.  ,'-,;      MUS.McKITTRIOK.  YODO FUJI  has reopened a  RESTAURANT  '   ' V.' - on McKen/.ie Avenue."  Open Day and Night/'Fir^Class'Servjce  ''"'t) ' .' ,-"-..'? . .loTlc', ���������V^'^ib*,''  "���������  Clocks! Clocks!  r    8-Diiy," lialf Hour "Strike, "for '"'  .$4.00 only. ,. Limited '-Number.'. -,  J^ Guy Barber  Richard R. Copeland  JOBBING CARPENTER" '  '     .ANDOA13INETMA1CE11,    ���������'  Mantles,.Shelving, Fly Screens, ct  'Jobbing Promptly Attended-To  Third Street East,      .   ,      Revelstoke  ���������   SM2(c '        NEW BARBER SHOP  Pictures  We have,i big new -.lock coming in  next week, and would like to clear  prc-ent -tea k to make loom for them,  Come now .ind buy pictures  AT HALF PRICE.  Tbe.-e  <irc  bargains and,   ������>  in the  pa-t, we nhv.iy... do a- we advcitise.   ������������������  At the meeting of the City Council  last night R. Gordon ' recommended  limiting use of water for .-praying  guldens from II to >S p.m. '  Geo. La forme's application for water  for power.ind irrigation was laid over.  Aid. Ahr.ihamsou urged laying a  ���������tin main to the racetrack.  Aid. AlcCaiter was in.-tructed to  prepare city case for railway crn-sing<-  to be laid before i.iilway commu<Moni>i*,  and Aid. Abrahamson complained the  cro.���������ing at I"runt .-.treet had not boon  put in thoiicb oidcred by the commissioner.- and promised by Air. Afurpole.  The in.iyai added Air. Drinkwator had  pioiniscd him at Ottawa to have it  done at once.  On Aid. AIcGaiterV complaint that  -cw.ige was allowed into the city  diains it was ie-olved to sto,v it at  once.  Aid. Field was instructed to arrange  for light of way to wharf, and Aid Ale  Carter was   requested to   have all   tli  city rights of way secured.  many beautiful   pre.-ents, the  groom's  gift lining a sunburit of pearls.  Air. and .Mrs. Twr-eddale will be at  home in Wetaekiwin, Alberra. on and  after August loth.  NICOLA RAILWAY  Construction Being Pushed.  Eight hundred to one ihou-i.md men  aie now to work on the Nicola Valley  road that starts at Sppnc'K Hridge, f.n  rhe main line of the C. I'. 15. liiir Jim  AlcDoiiell. the well known contractor,  IRISH GUARDS  .��������� >    . - '     \ ,    : i-'tM-,'.  Why Regiment, was Formed.���������  :JEarl Roberts'  Appropriate  . Suggestion . and   the..Late  .   Queen    Victoria's    Kindly  ,<  Gratitude and Consideration  Altho the,Irish-Guards have not been long in existence an'd up  to  their  formation there was no particular Irish  battalion forming one of the household  regiment,-it has yet gained a, reputation for itself as a'iiiagni(iceht~"organ-  l/.ition so far as the rank and file are  concerned but more especially thru the  splendid band that C. II. Hasscll  has  succeeded   in     getting   together   and  wliich will appear in'Revelstoke shortly, under the  auspices   of, the' Hocky  .Mountain Rangers.     This'band-'com-  piL-.es-1:2  of ihe   finest   musicians   in  any military organisation in the   em-  piie.     The/.have all been selected for  their special ability on some particular  in.strumeiit, each and every one being  a   s-oloisl. '��������� Air. Hassell,"altho still   a  comparatively young  man.   has  been  in the service for upward of a .quarter  of a century, during which he has been attached to several leading military  organizations,  and   was  selected    for  the    bandmastcrship    of   .the    Irish  Guards out of 100 candidates,  because  he was considered the ablest conductor  in the service.     His income is  larger  than that of any bandmaster, and   his  fame extends all over the United Kingdom. "-  The Irish Guards were formed by  .-pecial recommendation of Earl Roberts to Her Majesty Queen 'Victoria  partly to commemorate the valor of  ber Jrisli troops in South Africa, and  pai tly as an evidence of appieci.ition  of the hearty and unanimous welcome  e\tendul to \wr by the people of Ireland on her last visit to the Emerald  Ide-.  Am. *ki;   ii'.iaii  This following  her   majesty's  order  that   the   Koyal    In.-di   I-'usillers,    the  G0OD GOODS  MAKE GOOD  ;   BUSINESS  We Have Good1 Goods in all  -''  ���������'      ���������       '���������'���������");-  -���������    l   Branches,.   >   ,    \  Printitu's  and -Wnippings in roll and  ,   flat. "    ,'-,   ';        -,    "'i         Drug Papers        ,      -   ,  Confectioners, Grocers and Millinery  : .".Bugs     * i'  - .    -- i"       :;    -  Office   Stationery, Papers,  ruled..aid  ��������� . 'plain'"J"'  ",'"���������'  Loose Leaf'Account, System Papers '  Loose Leaf Ledger Ruled Papers  Envelopes in'iill si/.es  '' '" ..    ,"���������    ,  Fancy Cards, Piogranimes, Alenus  Cover Papers,,.    . ���������Invitation Papers  Wedding Stalionei-y, wilh ptinlitiLC in  Silver iii" Nuld ' '  iMijinoi'ini Cards   '  Ladies and Gen Is Visiting (lards print,-  ed in l.-iteSI,,slyl������S ,  Business Cauls in great variely.  .I/O. Morgan vvill opeii-his -, ;  new Hai'bei' Shop, <  ';/F;IRsf"STREET  On Monday,'iMiiy 1st,. Old'Cuslnmcrs  and new can'depend on leceiving the  best, attention.    '       '      ���������'���������   '   ���������  Ei^Bdupne  Boots andShoes, ^, v,  : Men's, Furnishings, - T -  Ready-Made, Clothing1.  Beyplstoke Bestaurant  .,   Mrs.'H. J..lliinbury, Managress.  ,' "    * '���������    -i'<   if ,  First-Class^Table.'-^,,;;;^        ������������������ '  "    "   "Private Dining Boxes.  ���������   - ' Liitko ijiniiiKiooin for ,  a J{uii(|iio(s, Supiiuii,' etfc.    ^,      ."  y ' Furnished. RoomscTo Let. .., '  FIRST STREET, .REVELSTOKE  ".dUSJT INSIST  our Milk.Is Pure  I'-THAT-v  ���������THAT Vour Milk Is Clean  THAT Vour Milkls'Frce  1I1A1  of'Preservatives1*  and',You;Will,Order,'I( From  TIIK"'       '   .'  fc"fVj<  A POST CARD ADDRKSSliD  )'l'Or US^W.ILL, INSLTKK 'a  PROMPT, GALL FROM OUR-  rIDIll VISR...   f  ..   ,<  .    ���������,*''���������'.  ." -    - ' '        - i \  - ALL,MILK l)ELIVI;KEI>.KOTTLi:i)t  J. A"! LEWIS, Proprietor.'"  FIRST STREET/  WEST.  A Nl lit K\\"   S'I'KNSTllOM ,  Olllci.il   Admiiii'.li.ilor'-.  Tlie Kootenay., Mail  Publishing Go. Ltd.  Printers and Manufacturing Stationer,  -   c  REVELSTOKE, B. C,'  The Master Mechanic-; i>nre Tar Soap lieiilb  .ind softens ihe skin, while promptly cleansing  it of grease, oil, ruit, etc Iiivalunblo for me  uh nines, farmers, sportsmen. Kiee sample of  r cceipt of 2c. for postage. Albert Toilet Soap  Co., manufacturers. Monli-cil.  In'Uic in.-illui- 'ol  ilcetased. and    ..  In Ihe mill Ier nf I lie  'Act.",*'"''1-' -   '���������      m'i    ' ��������� W-       i i"  ' NOTIOKIS HKKK.HV (IIVKN lliul by older  of His Honor ,1. II: Form. County .Indue, (luted  rlie "2Si(l day of ,'iine. IHfti. Oeorge SmillnMo  Carter, Odlci'il Adininisliiiloi- tor that p.irt. of  Ivoolciiiiy Cnnipiitol witliln* Hip Revelstoke  Klcetoial Distnel, has'been gianted letters of  .idimnlstration, lo adniinislcr all and singular  ilioeslaleot Aiidiuu' Stciistroni,,deceased, in-  icstale.        ' ,T.'. ;!,���������* ,,;i;)v!i.' ��������� Ji  And furllicr lal.e notice Ibnl. all claims upon  the said e-.'.i'e inii-l be sent m'to Hie s.ald Ad-  ininihtiator. in his oiIIl-u, Imperial Hunk Block,  Hevelsloku, 11. (!.,'������-ilhin Sfldajs tiuni.lhe dale  beiiol, aflei which nil -noureds ������iil be disli ib  uted-aniont,' Hie p-n-tii's la������ luliy. Ilieiennlo  cut il led. <  filCOKUK SMITH  McCAHTKK,  '      Olfrci.il .Vdinuustrator.  Dntrd lhR27llidayol .Iiiiic, l!KH.     ',      !13Iij2.'  N  Im- -till lot  tho    I.')  miles   of   ro.id   to   (jonniuight Jiiflwi nnd every Irish regi  well-knriwii iiK-n, iiikI it uill l.c :i rn-li  till   ClirixtiiiH-.   nln'ii   tli''  tr.iins   nn  incnt should U" p'-rniitlt'd to wear the  j.-h.imrock, crwif' I intuiieu .s.itisfnction  thrtiotit tho wtiok' of frulimd, mure  f.s(.cci.illy .i.j the order for fnrniiitiori  proNidcd that v-ary iiieinljf:r of the  rut;iment should I*; <in liiHlimiiri or  the -.oti of nn Irisnniaii.     Tli is is  ihu  CKIlTIKrCATK Ol'"   IMI'KOVKJtKNTS.  NOTIUK. ;  I orna I loon Minei.il Claim, siluale in the Kev-  ���������    eUtoke iMiuiiiK t)i\-i*.inii ol   Wist Ivoolciiiiy  Distiict ��������� .      .   ���������    .     i"  Where located: On   Lafoimi* Cluck. Hit,' lli'iid.  TAKK r-OTICK Ibal I. I.'coikc S. McC.utur,  .K'tn k .L-nucnt lor K It. Wylie, Kiru Alincr's  (VHilic.ile No. II.S7S!Ki: John T. Wood. Kieo  Miner's t'ci-tilii-.ile No. Ilv.'alll; Cerlinde Wjlic,  l.'iee jMiners (,'ei lilioale No. II.S7MIJ, and ,1. C.  Itoss, fire Minor's C'cttilleale No. IIS7MU, m-  lend, sivty d.ij-. fiom I he dale lieieol. lo apply  lo Hie Mining Keeorder for a Orlillutle of 1 ill;  l>io\enion[s, lor I he pin-poM- of nhlaiiiine; a  Cinwu Cram of lhealio\e claim.  And fm ther take notice thai action, iiudi r  Si'ilion .'17,11111^1 be . olilliicnccd licfoie Ihe is  ^iiiiiki'oI such (Vi I iflealc of linpioicineiits  Haled I hi-, I.I h da j or.lnlj, A. II. !!Xi.~i,  ll^cplli (IKtl. S   M(('AI{l"Ki;.  Drug Company.  CHURCHES.  Aliriiioiii.vi.���������Sunday will he Col-  iiinliian College bay, when tho Hernn n  will he preiiched hy the Rev. Principal  Sipprull, of ('ohiinliiiin CoIIokc, .New  Westininster. The leiirnfd principal  ���������i* one of the most eloquent preiiohers  in H. G. Ooliiiiihiiiii college Ls dcitijiii  .splendid work and is n giowing insti-  tutioii, living the full ,'trtn eour.se. A  niinilier of studenlK have written upon  the fourth yeiir'd exiiiiiinatioiis thi.s  spring. The college i.s iillilinted with  Toronto University, all graduated  having the mirnc Ktnnding Jin iIiobc of  the Toronto institute.  oxpcetfd to he running lo th<' hike.  Cur lo:i(|s ol iiiiitorml and hiir-i- .ire  ������������������till .irrivnig nt Spruce's Hridge.  A Warning to Mothers.  Too niiK'li ere cannot \������- u.-ed with ; flru llni(. ,��������� th(. \llbtory of the Untuli  ���������mail children inning tlie Imt ucuthi-i > ... . ,      ���������     ,   ,   ,  ,      ,.,���������       ,      .. ���������. .,      . , i derviee th.it any regiment lia" nieltuet  of      tlie     sunimor   iiionlh.s   to guard J     "  iiK.iin-t hojicl lii.uhli's. As a nile ,r [ in it.s regulations .in order that it w.-u  ii only !iccc*s;iry to give the child a  (lose of castor oil lo coru-cf ,iny  disoider of ih(. ho������ Is. I),, not n-c any  siilishluli' hut give the old fn.-hioned  ciistor oil, and mi1 lli.it it is fresh as  mncid oil n.iiifCMtc.s nnd h.isn tciidenev  to gripe. If this; docs not check the  howels give (ih.iinl.ril.iin'.s Colic,  floleiii. and llmi rhoen Itcmcdy and  Ihcn a dose "f c.islin ml, and the  di.sea-e may lie clieckid in its inoipi-  I'nc.y and all danger avoided. The can-  or o I and l,h .s remedy should he procured at. once and kept ready lor mutant, uce an noon n.s. Ihe first indication  of any howel tiotihle appeiirs<. Thi.-, ii  the moat siiccefuful treatment known  ancl may he relied upon with--implicit  confidence even i" ciihoh of chohiii,  infantum,   l-'or sale by all druggists.'  \TOTICi: is hereby kivoii Unit Wl dnj-  L\ after d.ilo I intend to ,i|.|,lj In Him Hiiih.i-  ubh* the ChioT Coinmissiittier or ij.tnds and  Works for a sjwchil license lo cul and carr\  ,i\v,iy timber from Hie following deseriberl  litniN. in the llitf Mend. West Kooten.ij Uisirict:  I'liiitineii'-iiiK .il a piisi (��������� lamed one nnlei-oiil li  ofl.'co Ij.loi nie's soulliucst po-l of bis laneli  on (inldilicnm and lii.tr k-< <I "fieilic I.,'iforme's  iiortliVMvl ciirnei- posi,' Uience south W oliiuns,  llieiKi- eiisl Wi chains, Ihence noiHi Ml chains,  llii'iiu' ������es| ,S(I i-linins lo ihe pinto of com-  MlelM'.'inelll.  H.tllil .Illl J i:ilh, 11 ������i;,.  Iliiniii;!!! KUWAKII I'KCIC.  N'  to he confined tonne particular nf.lion-  .ilily. While, of course,th" fJighl.uid  legiiiieiiU. are almost entirely composed of Scotchmen,ittill any native nl  the British Islet) ii eligihle to join,  prouded he can fill   Die rcipiircriiciiiH.  The Best Canadian Pork  The line.st hema���������Hcientilically cooked  ��������� t.usty���������witH'OT1' withoiit Chill or .Tomato Siitfcf.v Clark's delicifiuo I'oi'k  and licarm,  a  GET NEXT  'To sonio of the best. Cigars in town nl  Brown's Cigar Store and Pool  Koom,|  IffUKi    heiehj   K'lien  Ibal, .'mdays ailer  d,l|e, I   Ihlell.l I., Il|.|,ltt  to the Chief ("iiiii-  ini-^i..ner of Lands and Works for ,i -pecial  lie,*n-e I., fill mid citrr> nun) (imher from tho  f.������II..VMni^ described huuU in the lli^. Mend,  West   Kootenay Hi^lliel  i '.iiiiih'Ik lli^c al a p.Ml mai ked "(leo. Lit-  forme. .V. \\ . i oilier posi," ami plumed id n  (Ktlnl one .iml a ./(taller mile, fiom Holds! learn  on Die trafl, tlienee i asl III chains, Iheia-e ^onlh  11 > > < -1,. < i i, -. Ile-n,,-u. mi 10 i hiiilis, IheiK c lioilh  ll>> i IlitllH lo 1 he (da. '  of l oitllllCln fluent.  n.ii.d .ini} i iiii, itxc,.  Il7aii><ri MAfllICK (^I'lNN.-  "OTICE IS  IllilRKRV GIVKN  tli.il   Hurl}   dajsallei dale 1  inleiid loanplj   lo  Ihe  Chief Conimissinuei of Lauds and \\'oi-l.s tor a  special license loenl and (iiioauiM limbei  Horn Ihe following desciibed lands in We-t  ICooleniu disluel ������������������ >  Niunher One. '  Coinnieiifing in a post marked Win Cowan's  noitliwi'sl coiner post,"and planted al,.1 poinl  I wo miles noi Hi ol the Ihe and-hall mile post  on C.'ovei iimcnl (i.nl, lo Hi������ l.cdge. I'iiiksIoii  Cieek, thence noi Hi 80 chains, llieiiee east SO  chains, llii'iii'c sniilli SO chains, llii'iicc wesl Ml  <-h.iius lo Iho plm e ot ci miiieiiceiiicnt.     x  Numbei 'I'wo.  , Coiiiinene.ingal a post marked "Win. Cowan's sonlhiM'sl comer posi,"' and pl.iuled al a  point one mile noilli ol Ihe tive-aud a-hiilt mile  post on Cioiei'iinienl Hail lo Hi"; Ledge, I'ingr-  ton Cieek, thfiii-e north Ml chains, thence cast  80 chains, thence sonlli Ml chains, thence wehl  SO chains to the place of commencement.  Number Tlneo.  Commencing al a post marked "Win. Cowan's southeast coiner post,'and planted al, a  point one mile north of the live and-a-half mile  post on Go\ eminent. I rail to Uig Ledge, thence  mirth KKI chains, I hence west Id chains, Ihence  south IIMIchains, thence east III chains to the  place ol Lon)nienceiiifiit.t  .'    ��������� . -       Number Konr.  ,G'oiiiinciicing.at .i .posi marked "Win. Cowan's  southwest   coi ncr post," and planted'al a  point. 12 chains west, of I lie sK-.inil-oiio ipiarlcr  mile posi on Coiei iiinenl, ti.iil   to   Dig   l.cdgc,  I'liigston Cieek.Jhcncc noith 111 chains, thence  (.asl    M.0 chains," I hence south III chum-., Ibenee  west Hid chains to Ihe place ol commencement.  Number l''ive.  Commencing at a posi marked  "W. Cowan's  noithwest fomei iiosi,' and planted al a point  'JO chains  cast   ol   Ihe   si\ and a i|iiaiter-mile  post on Go\orniucnl Ir.iil lo Hig Ledge, l'uigs-  lou Creek, theiieesoulh Hill chains', thence east  II) i bains. Ihence noi lb 1U) chains, thence west  to chains to I he place of commencement.  Number Ti\.  Coiniiieucing  at   a posi marked "Win. Cowan's northeast cot ncr post." and  planted   at   a  point one mile and JI) chums, casl of thesis and  one q nailer mile post onGovcrn men t trail to Hig  l.i dge. I'ingsioii   Cieek-, thence   west HI chains  thence south loo chains. Ihence   eitsl ID chains  Ihence   noilh   Illo  chains to (lie place of Com  im nceiiienf.  Niinilier Seven.  Cmiimi neiiignl a post marked "Win. Cowan's urn Uiwesi coiner posi," and planted at  s.une pond iw N'liiuhfi-li, lliencn east 10 chains,  Un nee souih ti.li ciiniiis. thence west III chains,  I hence noi lb IIMI chains lo I lie place of coin-  menci nienl.  Haled I Ills .'.'.III iluj of .1 il in'. I'.lin.  !isi iy.ll         W,M. COWAN, l.ocalor.  Oyitig.to^the, large.incTcuse  in-  our Bnkei-.v liiisinossAVo liavebec"."! f  ,   ohiiged( to do awny wit li' all  old-(  y. time '"methods   and _ instill   new ���������' /  .nniehinery   of��������� the   latest '  type','f'"-0  which [ilnucs us, in iii position, to ,  cope with any likcconc'crn in'the  ���������   piovince.s.     ,.                .      ,  ��������� - *'- -������        ^.     '     '*".  Call and Inspect Our Goods..- '  A Swell Assortment to Choose  From. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  " '- *.    >_> \ -  t;..  H0BS0N  & BELL  HEARTS. ARE, TRUMPS  At this season"of the year the question  WEDDING GIFTS,  often cmps'iip.  ^What.shall it he?  lime's, ii suggestion���������"  rnAICK NO'l'ICKlhal Ibirly days alter dale  W A NTED  A.N'TKI)    KNOWN      Uoiuin  nrly ....,���������   we inlend tonpply lo tin* llonouible Ihe  Chief Coiiiinlssioiifi-ol Lands mid Winks lor a  special license lo eul aniLcariy awaj liniber  fi-.iin Hie Inllow ing described lands; Coinnii'iic-  meiifiiig nl Ihe soulheasl coiner posi ol lol Sti'l.  about I wo mile- imhI of Allow Lake and ahotil  four miles noi lb of Nakusp, al a post mai ked  Yalc-Cnliiuihin Lumber ('oliip.iity'n soulheasl  (oruei posi; iniiiiliiK Ihence east 101 eliains,  Ihenei) noi Hi III ehiiuis, Ihence ������csl IliO chains,  and thence souih 10 ehaiiis lo point ol commencement.  VALKCOLI'.MHIA  LIJMUKK COMPANY,  '.I'i'i.iK, LI.MITKD.  Hrel.tv Mai'iiiiiliuli! Uowl, tidily  emhossed, host, quality, silver-  plated niounts��������� with spoon,  Price $3.50 each  .See mil' Geneial  Catalogue for  IIX) other suggestions.  vv  ing.  TU   KIOM' -Knur ling.  iiiiiiii-i iiiitnlili'   fiii"  hoiiscke *p  Apply lo .'. Kei iingliaii.  HELP  WANTED.  :t men lo cut. hnv. $i-ftin. day and tKi.ird.  flhorl. o del- cook, good job. '  II UiiiiisleiH for contract-work; J-'.oOa day.  11! biishiuen, ?2.-.'.j n day.'  III yiu-dmcii, *2.-iia day.  IJ.sawyers, jrimia day.   ,  I yardmen, *-J.00aday. ���������  BKOVVN'S KMPLOYMKiNT OFFICE  MOTICB IS IIKIiKIIV IIIVKN' Ihal Hurl)  1N illl) s after dale I intend lo appl) lo the  Clnel ('oniiiiissKiiiei- of IjiikIs and \viii ks lor a  spiilal license lo cm and i.irr) away liniber  fiom Hie following desciihcil liiuils m West  koolenay lli-lih I : -  Commeuciiig.il a post planted ill Ihe noilh-  wesl imiK'i-of (no, Laforme's homeslead and  iniiikf d "Ceo, Lifoi iiiij'h noi Iheicstcoi ncr post"  I heme souih lull elmlns, ihence wesl III chains,  Ihence ikii t!��������� 100 chains, thence east III chains  to Ihe plaee of < onilnenreInent.'  l.nliil the l.'ilh dav of .Inh, l!Ki",.  Illiiugl'l '        .MAUItlCK OflNN.  reilciJOleiL  J  m.  MOTICK Ih IIKHBI1Y GIVKN Unit, thiity  i> d.i)s aflerdate. I intend toanpl) to the  ('hicfCdmiinssioiier of Ijind-nnd Woiks for a  special license lo cut aid carry nwuy limber  from the rollowing described lands in West  Ivootenay ilislrict:  t'ommeiiclng al a post marked '"Ceo. La-  forme's northwest corner post," thence .south  ������0 chain', thence cost 80 chains, thence north  Hit chains. Ihence west W) chains to the place of  commencement.  Dated July 13th. ltW5.  115������ugl9 EDWARD PECK.  !\'  BABY'S OWN  SOAP  I used by particular people  both young aiid "old.  Keeps tlie skin soft, clear |  aud white.' "   '  f:' ���������  No other Soap is just as Good. 334  ALBERT TOILET SOAP CO., Mfrj, MOHTPf.AL.

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