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 READ BY  5,50Q  .)!  (  ,' jfstek  .  READXBY-  '  5,500  i'-������>>  I1VolMr.-No.r16..  HEYELSTPKE.' B.C., JULY 10, l'9'04  $2.00 Per Year.  j  >.  Showing of  Summer Goods, f  M  i  '- ri  ' \ *       'j * A 7  NOW is'thc'tiinc to procure those goods needed for tlio approaching  warm weather.'   'Ouv stock is now complete mid r\vc arc showing  tho fine.-t tango of Ladies Dies.s Goods, Wn&h IMuslitis, ������lousc&,"Tnilor- ,  made Cobttunes, Boots' unci .Shoe-;, nnd. Couth' Furnishings,to bo had '  ,"���������',-   ',''.    in the city.       " "  ��������� ^     '   '        p,t ,        ������������������  In Dress Goods  * i p. .a-,     i  . p-  Canvas   Cloths,  Flakes,  Voillcs,   Sicilians, Grenedines,������  -'- Vicuna Cloths/ are" among the- newest' weaves  we *are ���������  "showinov   Ranging in prices from'50c. per yard,up.     *  ; V %ix Waslr  1 "Our  stock,'was'never "so .complete  in   Flaked' Linen,  Voilles,.'i White aiid Colored .Vestings,' Zephyrs,  Fancy,  Stripei Muslin. Chambrays, and Crivmms Prints.'   i  '  ������., .' ,/ ,f;)' ������ '.Prices from ioc. per; yard up. ,V 7  y   Our;,Specialty, in ^Ready-Make" Clothing. y������ -  '.In Ladies' Goods" our Stock is varied  aiuU complete  in  Tailorinadc  .\  ,     Costumes, Skuts,'Blouse's,' Cotton Underwear, etc. < "  i- ' ���������   y ' _        ���������_* '������ . >.,*i.   a  ,^  .r  uWe-are/second to none.in up-to-date styles4 and values.  ~   in "'Suits, -.Pants,-   Sh'irts.   Natural   Wool , and ��������� Silked  ,���������*/   .c     .Baltfriggan Underwear. _ 'XJdats and Caps. ^ ���������  '''f,/    . ; .   '-"-y.Prices.within reach of alliy  ,   ,.-* ,'" r  " Dressmaking Department- in connection ,\vith store'in' charge of  ���������  ''- * ������V-., > ��������� r w..-   .'-      '.* jriss"\ViIson. -    *        " -'.���������--  wli-J^-    11"   ^ ^,!ii.>.^..,."-.p',l^i^i|.J ^Pel -.'- P-V "-,* ���������^,-Pt-^^-A**^AvP.r,r^=*^���������   P. rr.'-P*    J,^*.������.^.i-.      s'jy-  <y'X'-ViYL0K;BL06lC-..MaKENZ[E AVE..,-REVELSTOKE. ���������     ���������  Write  ^    if   *  For  Samples  LIMITED.  DEPARTMENT   STORE  If you have a vigorous growing-boy put him in  " LION  BRAND'" 'Clothing.    -   The" best wear Resisting gar.  merits,we know of. Youthful  nnd becoming' patterns; wc  have the odd punts too, made  with double seats and knees,  the wearing kind.  Neat Enough.  L (  Our Shoes for men women and  dliildren arc neat enough  for the most exacting, and  vet have the  Necessary Qualities.,  ^Ve will be pleased to show  vou them.  LATEST  telegrams:  , , (Special lo tlio SI An,.]  |i( Strike Broken. y  Sydney, C. B., July 10.'���������Seven1  lur.uh'cd men returne'd to woik for  the Dominion Iron >, Steel Company  yesterday, , Thc,-backbone; of the  strike is considered broken.     -' f  Suicide.  Mis*  Belleville, July 1G.��������� Miss Kathleen; third daughter of' Wm. Hamilton, 'manager of" the'1 Merchants  bank here,'committed  suicide dur  ing a fit of melancholy  -  22 years of age.  ," She .was  Appointed Agents-Vi-,'-'-.  Victofia,1 13:'0., July 16.���������The  Western Fuel Company, of Nariai-  mo has- taken over'. Dunsmuir &  Son's San Francisco olliee, and will  act as distributing ''agents, for the  .Wellington .Colleries. .y". - i,  ',        " ' '  G.J. R. .Commissioner.  Montreal', July,16.���������It..is stated  that Alfred-Brtinet, formerly'nian-  ager of LaBanque Rationale, will  be' the Quebec representative of'the  commission   that  will   build   the  , -Li ' y     p  eastern section"of the Grand Trunk  ���������, .>   /       " pi  Pacific.  "'       ^Drownings. ,;* .,  Halifax, July *16.���������Triple r "drown  ing accident occuned near West Bay  -Q.-JV'' X������Sterday.' ^lej^lcl^odijvitplj.  'nepirevv"randXI*ii'iece sjwerc  or.t ^sailing  when   the. boat    overturned  and* all  were arownea% -_    , .      . ,  *  .'  ��������� 'Muskoka, July 16.���������rhe -fifteen  year old daughter of J. -D: Ward,  and Ritchie, son of R'/T. Powell,  both _of Toronto", were drowned  yesterday. - The boy. got beyond  his depth and the girl endeavored  to save his life but without avail.  The bodies have not been recovered. ,'  ,    NEW BUILDINGS.  . The plans have been received frorn^  the architect, Mr. Dalton,-of tlie  Lawrence block to be' erected', on Mc-  Kenzie Ave. The block will have a  frontage of 50 feet to MoKenzie Ave .  and will extend back for a length of  100 feet. The building will be a two  storey one, with basement, two shops,  each 25 by 100 feet, on ground' lloor,  and upper floor' which will he available for ofllces or public hall. The  building will be lighted by well lights  extending to the ceiling of the ground  lloor. The design is neat and attractive and the building will make a  handsome addition .to the business  blocks of the city Tenders arc now  being called for its erection.^  ? G. Bipwn, C. P. R. engineer, has let  a contiact to D. K. "MoPherson to  build him a residence on Third Street  east.  ^  '\Vc have a line of Ladies'  Waists in plain lawn, pcrcals,  prints and fancy ' nuial'm.  Seasonable goods". Real nice  for every day, see them, they  ARE WORTH *1.00. We  are SELLfXG   THEM   FOR  65 CENTS.  receive a seventh interest,  is brought to enforce  this  IX wO*  LIMITED.  X THEj/AR.  ' -'���������   Fighting is-Imminent. -  Tatcliekiao, July loth.���������The Japanese have withdrawn .from/the  west side of the railroad and arc  niassiim'their armies on tho llus-biiwi  left.      Uecoiinaisfcances    in '\ force  'carried out by llussian cavalry and  artillery yesterday ' aiid today almost 'as-farVouth as Kaichou failed  to disclose the Japanese. -Fighting  is, imminent, at Tatchcki'ao,, and  ilaicheng. Thc Japancs'c are entrenched six miles south' of Tatcliekiao., Much skirmishing is taking  place. ''The weather is favorable  for the  moyement -of troops.    No  , rain lias, fallen^ for' a whole week.  It is-rumored,'that a, Japanese column has appeared' on the Mukden  road. y   ��������� ���������      ���������  ,  "[ The general staff has not received  confirmation of the reports ' of the  occupation oj Niu> Chwan'g by the  Japanese. No news has been received here 'Irotn ' Port ���������' Arthur or'  from the Vladivostocklfsquadrons.  The Emperor's ab'sene'e may account  ���������foi- tbie dearth' of new:s. ^      '���������_,.. ^    x  LUMBER^U,lT.  - tfL *1 m.i i    ��������� *���������*���������  Nagle .vs.;. Harbor'Lumber\Co.  X .The trial of Nagle vs. Harbor ���������Lum:  bcr Cdmpany, is proceeding at Vancouver. Mr. Davis is for plaintill, Mv."  McCaul for Harbor Lumber Company^  and G.,,S.' McCartcr , for 'Empire Lumber'Company. - The plaintiff  entered into, an agreement with de-  fendents to stake certain limits, lie to  The 'suit  agreement.  yTliV^laintiu in March,'1!)0:3, enter-  r RobTiison"iAimber"Company to stal'e  ccitain limits.,the plaintill" to receive  one-scyenth of the profits to be derived from-thc timber ,on said limits.  Tlie Fred Robinson Company,,.became'  the Harbor Lumber.. Company. The  Harbor Lumber Company t in turn  sold their assets, including the limits  in question, to the Empire Lumber  Company, the consideration for the  sale being certain sliares h\ the Em-  pile'Lumber Company.  Plaintiff'now asks for an account ol  said sale, and that the proportion of  the amount of shai'es be handed over  to him.'or in,thc alternative that the  Empire Lumber Company be declined  a tiustee for histsharc of'the profits to  be derived l'roma the timber limits  staked by him. t L  Mr. McCaul, for defendants,, stated  that they would consent to .i reference  and judgment for the handing over to  the plaintiff of whatever shines in the  Empire Lumber Company should be  found to be his pioportion. Mr. Davis "contendod that they weie entitled  to'their alternative lcmedy.  , Mr. Justice Drake decided that as  the pleadings" stood the only order  that he could make would be one for  for a i-cfeiencc.   ,  Mi. Davis then moved to make certain amendments to thc statement of  claim, so the plaintiff may pi ess his  alternative remedy.  Since writing the above the amendment with statement has been abandoned ; judgment for dcciec as consented to ; action referred to icgistrar  to take account ; question of cost*.  reserved.  YOHO BATH HEATER.  "The representatives of the Yoho  Bath Heater Co.-Ltd., of Vancouver,  who recently visited Revelstoke  demonstrating the special features of  the famous heatei, appointed W. M.  Lawrence agent. This heater produces continually running boiling  water in 90 seconds and the only fuel  necessary to supply it is an old newspaper and a handful of chips.  Thc Victoria and Vancouver papers  refer to it as being the wonder of the  20th century, it being so constructed  that it can be used in mining and  lumber camps, on the farm and in the  house, in fact its usefulness has no  hounds. The cost of this celebrated  heater is $17.50."  We'arc receiving weekly shipments  direct-from the;- factory   in   lb.  ,     s<5 lb. boxes. ,        ' "'      q  of 'splendid  prints,    14,  B'tiuei  28   and  u ��������� ... r ^ ,  Leave your orders for Berries and -other Fruits as they-  pJ"    ��������� '       p/ .       ' n- ��������� , ���������  come in.    -We-also have Preserving   Pans- in, AI li -  ��������� '   mi'num" and   Granite    ware,' Sealers,   and    sugar.  1   Hardware,',, Harness, , Crockery,   Glassware, .Hay-  -and'Fced.    Aeeius for McClarvs..Stoves.      '    '��������� "  C I tf *(  a  ' y . a.  BOURNE BBM ���������>.  r * 1  Headquarters, for' Groceries;   Harness,   etc.  .'   -*.*ic f  't<iy.  We "are preparing for stock-taking, and'in going through our stock  fipd odds and ends" that we have'put on,our counters and are ottering at less than manufactuicrs' piices.     This in .1 money:sii,ving  ^���������'"������,v,^"taw*;.t,.'.."J:;";.������r. v^^-^yy ���������7x^-6,.y.;.--,  Dress Goods, Muslins & Organdies, White Cotton,  - <   Women's Dongola Lace Shoes, Prints,  -      v Blouses & Skirts j Ladies' Whitewear . /' ,  Mtift be Cleared Out to  maf(e room for Fall Good*r  i-^.f^i  Ladies' Wrappers  Regular Price".$2.00.-      Kow-1il.00.      -  Boys' Furnishingsrt  .' - '. ,     ���������   Regular .112.50.   Now $1.20 per suit. y  v     '      ''Boys' Shirt Waists, legular $1.00. Now 75c each.  Colored Shirts'  Regular Price $1.25.    Now 50c,  Millinery���������All our Trimmed Millinery at Sale  Prices.  E.EI3D &o "^OTXlbTG-  Keep Kool.  No heed to swelter during the hot weather  WE'VE   GOT   THE   GOODS  that make life worth living this time of year.  <     ������  2 Piece Flannel suits, light, nobby and  cheap. Neglige shirts, the finest selection  in town. Linen and straw Hats all styles.  Summer Underwear i'as light as a feather"  Belts, Sweaters Hosiery, etc, Everything  that a man wears. Everything new and  stylish.  We want to clear out our stock of cloth-  Jug and furnishings preparatory to a big  change which wc intend making in our  business. To do this we have put the  knife into our prices, and during July you  can buy cheaper than you ever   thought of  onteith  FIRST     STREET.  1 j  s,*-ilw!kZ~* , ^^^.-^rfilWWMWlHxlHWV
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wilh to'-lo it OTor he��Ih come- llm n��t�� mux of wMhine off tho old oo��t, whloh omita u much ulo -Hit It on in tu�� urn. i.i��-.c. *-
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TrieVAiABASTIWE COi, Limited, PARIS^OHT;
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M;*njlJ|    RESTAURANT,
UlVL. y  First Street,
'Kimt of"Mols6ilhtIiiuilc      -jaSltovolstoko.,
For your nieiils. t Open dnyluul night.
Meals 35c"mid upward.'' Special weekly
rates.   Good servk'e'gniimnluud.   ��� j
'<��� ' -YODO FU.ril, Proprietor.    '   <
mnrks
Copyright^
JHE WAR.
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o|i(Xn'"iibout , (jolobctv l.-l  ii^Tfull  and
cutfiplotc Mock'-of  this famous cloth
ing.
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" Japs Capture'KaipinV and Eight
-f<" 'Guns at< Port"Arthur.- r y
- ..London, .1 ulyrU .���Special dc^patch-
' _es fiom^Tokio, i^rt the .liipuncsc
<4t capUired "eight" guns^duriiig''lighting
I '{ V'< .suound J'.oi't 'Arthur,' .J.u'ly/lbh. and
l"*'f/\~ '"^"7 Ihoy let-onnoiprcdfroni'ii w.ir-ballooii.
X ^,1,c Foo, duly 11.���Theio.iviis'lioiivy
'" * faint; us Port A'lthunfrorn nnd night
' until tliioc o'clock llii*- morning.,
'J'okio^.luly' IL���After' 111100'day-
Xsovoip  lighting, cliiir.ictcri/ed   by lhe
dci-poriilciiifrroks'of ii>o Jiipiine.-o>.iiid
- - tlieslubl'Orn lc^islajicCofthc Ktis.-mns.
Ocnoitil^Okn V army occupied Km ping,
(KniclionJ I.ipL" Fiidny,. dnving the
lj'u'p.��.'iiin=ilii(iitliwiii'(l iiS tlie tlirqcti<��n of
; llnicheng. The Ktin.-iun-* lind strongly
'.  Imti/ied lhe seiiiicirc'c south of Kaip*
<    ing ^ Thoir  fviicos  consisted  of^ over
Jhiityv iphotioiiiid iiiuiiX Ju  '   .     ,
The opcTritirin>* begun Wodnesday by
1 the .Japanese '(hiving 1,1)00. Bussian��-
f from the heights'so,uth of Kaiping
X- y ry yt conil it utiiig thc Jirst, line of'defense.
y~ ' ~* i Tho^iipiine.-Cn occupicd_t,ho positions
~-   ,' .     ' an'il,t\id llub^ians^rotieatud northwuvd  }
Oii^tlio'simod.'iy thqTjghMving of'iho
.Tiipttncso army sotUh-east0,of Kaiping
* defeatod a small" fovc��)oI' Uiissiiiiis.and
the left wing   occupied the; heights to
Uiafcouth-cn-t. -On-Thuulny the en-
' tiie' .I.ipunc'o   aimy   foicwl  its   way
close to Kaiping/ovciooming the stub
lioni lesistiiiiceofihe Hii-siiin inl'iuitiy.
c.ivuliy and   nitillcry  loomed  in   the
'nan\iw 'delilo.-.      The   TCussmiib  held
many stionc:   positions ifi the  mmiii-
luinou*-   country. , but   desintc   their
desperate ic.-ishtnce they  ��uiefniccd
to abaction them one by one.    Pining
t "   the  night tho lUis-i-in*. weie gieatly
icinfoiced by the (loop- bn>u<:ht from
i llitbiiorlli bylraiiv in iirep.u.ttitm tloi
<    a big battle Friday.
Thc .lapancfc   began the  l;'i=t d.)> *�����
flighting tit   daylight with nn artillery
file  fiom l-uhsp. placed on  the heights
.pieviauMy criptuicd fiom the Itu-sntns.
been
into
r, As tuiyone \\hor'hiis
sloi;c wlici'e Fit Keform is sojd lcnows"
these good's are displayed-in hiindsonic
'old; oat cnbl^uts, ;\yitli glass "fronts,
giving thc store"'n splondUl iMJpoiir-
ance, and .keeping the,,clothing-in
lii'st-class condition. &       y     < *��
y Jlepsrs/ JliicdoniMd . A_ *jNJ4<iii_leitlii
linding tlieif-shoe tnide increasing
yie'.itlyr have decided to,increase,their
.stock1 in this line, and wilTbc in a
position to *how the finest stock'of
meln'.�� and lioys shoes in ^Jtevehtoke.
Piovious'lo this they have only catered to Mho, men's trade but'reali/.ing
that the wants of the''��� smalTboy'.'.
must be supplied, they will add to
their stftck a iiillLii*��ortment of Goy'fe
clothingXl'tirifisliings. and shoes y,
. This prqgicwive lirm'^aiP also in-<
stalling a liiuiiisotno Hat Case, ol Old
Oak, lipomaloh the clothing cabinet-,
'fi*n(ffilsO*n fill go plate, glnsovbho"\v case
ffirJuiniSh'nigs. When these .sue installed,'nnd iothor intpndod improve-!
nienl.s<iiiado, Kofol'toko cun, boast^if
thatlinost'and best nppointctl clothing
and fuini?hingh st��ie hi B. C.r y      v
"X We UP.ililgl.'ltll'l.-lto.^flUsl-a ^IclVunild
it VMYmloitiyon theii^enterprise and
*progressi\e -*p'uit.yiiitl \\ish thent^he
���siiccess they deceive in cndea\or"mg to
givo'tliq men of Kevol��tokoa thoiougb-
K- up-to-diite e*tabli?hnieut tQ supply
their wants'"
J. M. KELLIE.
What, he .Saw ancL./Heard; in
'Z':>������*'-r���th'e East'.-��.'" -�� '>
" J.'M. Kollie,,who rctnrnod.lnbl week
fiomH visit to' eastern ""cities rbn pn-
\ate biisine.-j'y'siiysiic; found Xmutters
���improving ,'again in American'cities
except in .thoi'ciisc of���the_luinlicr uyy
cliistry, wliich is ilulUioth''in "Canada
and the States, iii .the latter lumlier
has fallen fifty per cent oni the prices
of'a year ago.   '  ' ,"lu "     - ���
' ln'�� \{\t Irnvels- throughJUnnitoba
and the With west he found the prices
of lumber'well maintained, n_n(Wound
the lumber used.theip nc.i'il? iill,-if
not..ill, pro'duccd in V>. 0. y, tV ���
' '.Mining investments .<ue very dull
tindughout the ease..1 ' ^ - - -.,
ji\t Ottawa ; Mr.. Kellio^Jound^giciit
v: ; ,. notice^ ���'���;;> ;
ATOTXCK it Iior'il)}- ulvon that, .'Wiliiy.s nrtiir
JN1 rlnlu, 1 iiituml to npplv I" I ','- ll,��ll,lI,n,,ll;
JTiU'Clituf C'omiiii'.sioiiop <>r UmW ����<' ��i��H>8
Tor a Mincinl liconse to out iiml cany away timber from tlio lollimliiBilosoi 11)0(1 lKtiilsslluiitod
iu Wubt Kootoimy llislilot, li. (-. ���, '    ,
��� CominuiioiiiBiitii post niiuKml Olio. 1 . tipoi s
miilluiiiiit coruoi post p niiti'il at *tio imrlli
wo*.t eornor or tho F. HoIiiiisiiii liiiinlmr Co. s
limit on tho north sulo ol tho iioilli oust mm <��
Arrow IjiiI.o, thoiico sonlli omlily cliiiuik, llioiico
w,),l nlulity olmiiis, thoiico noilli olulity cIiiuih,
Ihoiioo on*-U-m'lity chains lo polntot cnmntoiico-
'"flatocl tlio lflth liiiTof May, ItM-    ,.;*p|P1*i{.-
PATENTS, ��7��
j Bl"*��� ' , ��  obtained In all oonnti'los.
;ROWLANDi:BRITTAlNr,
' ���" Registered patent-Attorney ,,AX
'* '' Moolmnloivl Altoi-'noy iin'it^Knulnoor/ ' '
Itooni II, l'-ali-llulii:iilo��l(, Onuivillc hc'iioih* P.O
i1    v    '   VANCOUVER,   B/ C. *ryt
X noKtciii-fl wiiT.Mioiiro aii ovoiiliiKiiiipoliit
niont for tlioso wlio cannot cull .(liu-liiK tlio any
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'ocean: steamships revelstoke, b. c, '
Jas: I; Woodrow,
^utgi^er;;,;"
Retail Deal^Jn^^aaaias^-^,^*^ ,<-'
'- '. ���"'   ^ "BEEF, '^PORK,
"   : y. yMUTTON,;Etc.
"" *, Fish ^ana^Gafne in Season?"
v ,'    '    j Airoiilorspioiiiptly.llllod. "^t."' ' y
i Coi nor lUoiiRlM
andKliiK&ti-ooU,
Halcyon Hot Spring*
y'^faniiarittm.
y " '". �� f������ , '   ;  ., ,
ml IE M13DI0AL WATI2KS of Ual
I   ��� cyou aie thc most curative in I.he-.
world.   A'perfpct, niil.uinl remedy for ���
nil   Neivous  and   Mip-iailnr -diseases,.
'Liver, Kidnuv mid  Sloinnch ailriicnl.s-
'and  Melallic' Poisoning. , A''siu;e cni-e,-'
for   "Thai,  Tiicd ���Fei'linn:."     bpeciaCL
rates on'nlL limits  and  ti-aiim.    I wo-   ^
mails   nii-ive and  dnpmt every'"day-   y
tTclecnipli   conimiinienlioii    with   uir-i  ^
parts ol' the   world. i An   experienewt/p ;u
massanger. ; y *'   '\~ X        *<��� -
Halcyon Hoi Springs.*
''r *r *iA"rrobu'Laf(e.-7i;'C4    y   -'   -
NOTIOK N hemhy kivoii, llml,*','"�����<. "f'"^,i
".lulu, r Intond  lo apply to I") ""."lit" &1
Iho Clnol I'oiiinii'.sioiioi  ol IjIiikIi  ami  Woik',-
ror n spcoiul lioonp-o lo ont and oariy -iwiiy^nn- ���
'lioi lioni lliaJnllowIiiK (IoiomIioiI limus:       _ ���.   c,
OoiiiiiioiioIiik iitVpiiHt iilniilurt  nliojit t��io-v*
half nillo'hOiilTi of Iho NT. W. corner of K. 46 S-
lock-Will, mai-lioil  I- S'h.-N. K.M-oi-nor   posU.-.   ,
thoncr ��e*itJOeliiiin% tl.onoohoiilh,1.0 cliiiH
tlioncua-iiM. I" chains thoiico north, llpO,c!iaiiis -_
to.point of commenco...o|.l.igiVI��* jr{a-��� Tn_ ,    '
1   An'owliciKl. ��. C.p-bilyS. ��"����� '   * ,.' -r.^p     t
3 \J,J
���hi
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, i      ���,- Royal Mall Linos.      t
-, Cheapest Routo'to'tho'Old Country.
A1j1jAN"lINE��� Kiom Jlontt-ciil.' i" ,< *
Toniiin. ....��� ���' '��|!
Hiiviiriiiii ...  .'. ,..'v. >V-\"i,1M
Parisian,. i :..'., "V "'       ,Vi"i
JJ'llllHIIlll i,   -j ;j ��� 'J' J   '
" "' DOMINION lilNK���From Jfontronl/   ,
Dominion   .....' .'--v^-. ���]"��<; U
Cnmbioiimii ���      Sii
iVanconvci- ��� '..'no,-1,
CAN'. PAO) ATLANTICS. S.-I'Vom Slontioal.
IjikoOlmiiiplnin 1.1  ���'��"����
IjvkcKilo         w ?n
Luke AInnitoba T. " Inn')*
AJIKUIOAN LINK���Kroiii Now Voik.'
.  .       .''.,'", ^    ���   ,    '    . ,,    rhiliiilolplii.i..
sutisl.iction with   the, iippointnieiit to   rit. Lonis...( ..'.
the Senate'of Mr. Hostoc'k,  Who jsre/ >(lm""l"1'J ���'���
'     c      LABORS CALL. '
-S-ir Svilliam ilulock, mini-ter of
labor, has trivet* notice of a bill tu prevent employment of aliens ou government woiks suhsidi/.ed by ���government.
This will apply to profi��� ron.il rr>en as
well as mechanic- nnd hi'p-rer-.
Th.- Bond, the Calgary'1 bi><.r paper
ha�� ci..ts��.d nubhe.itiuii. \
���irdod1 as   one5- of   tho^mostjiighly
esteemed anil inlliienii.il (Tinen , of  the
westr   , "'* '*���',*    v     X~>
"iMr/ Ivellic did'-his'inmost to* pro;
loote thc intere=tb~of the Dig Bend by
urging1 on'bis (riends 'in" both', houses
ft-granb for construction.ol a, tinniwny
"Tj-fiist. Death R.ipids~&'._iis- to a Mow: of
the opening of the tipper^ river, and'
has good hopes of such a gr.int bping
made. * ,       . \   *   "'
Me say-. ^'rL 8-.ilIiher, JI. P, is
woiking intlef.itig.ibly for the in-
teieaK of his conatituent's. Another
splendid I). C. member is H G. iMc-
Pher^on, of V.uicouvei, who, is doing
'great service for.the coast. <    ,
POLITICAL
Duncan Rc;;S. li>*Xal cuididate lf<��r
At 8 (.'clock in the nioinmg they j^'rile-Ciribo... ha.- returned ^"vom a
drove the Rnssiiuis from their positions J successful ctmn'- Of Simiik.ui^c-n ar.d
nnd forced them into the l.u-t line of Xicohu Jfi- opponent, .Mr. BurriH. is
defences around the town.    The Ens-1 traversing CariUiO.
sians  evidently
the   town   119=1     Ilf.n. Mr. Fi-kling'- pmliction ot a
doomed, as General Oku lepotta that
nianj tioopst weie witlidiavvn during
the morning. The Jliv-ps-um** linally
took'positions on the tups ,,f the high
surplu-'Vpf .flO^iOO.OOO for  the year i*
being   reali-cd  now   that   th'    y.-ar -
account<��� aie  being (l.v-fii.   Thcie,i-
an increase Of u-veiiiie in ail bMnoli?--
piecipices and again ptl'eted.i stubborn t except  for govertini'-nt   i.nhv.iv-   the
lKsiatanc'e.     About   noon   they   weie ' defu.it m thi- I'i ing occi-Kni'-d !>}  iu-
ngain forced   to withdraw, the  Japan
ese occupying the last line of rlef'.-nees
The .lap.inese pursued the memy despite the -oveu- aitillciy lhe from the
Iitis-i.in kutnips on the high hills to
thc nuith. 'Ihe .l.tpanosf aitillery
Uu.w'.K ppocui)ied new' positions and
frili need the<-(. luit tcii'*-.
eiwi'-fd \v-.ige-.
The gener.il   miprti-ion now i*
the   tlr.rniriion   elrcti<m-,     will
place in Octobei.
B. C. ALPS.
that
POLICEyCOURL'
tin Monday'!'. Skinner,wasTirrosted.
charged with a ciiminal assault on his
nep-datightev. The ca-e was hen id in
camera, before Magistrate'' Gbulon on
Wednesday nightj when, after hearing
the evidence of Mis. Skinner and her
daughter, wild is under lfi. years_.of
aee^he was committed for trial. So
ftirheha.s not succeeded ��� in getting
biil, and has been taken to Kamloops.
FUNERAL
The fnnei.il'of'the, late William
Fo=ter, who died <.iiddenly on" the C.
P. I:, expteso near Kamloops on July
fth,fwlii!r- letmningfrom the wed ling
of hi- eldest -on at Kevektoke, took
plaf" Friday at Vancouver. * Deceased
wa- l��oin ~i ytar^ago at Stroud, I'hig-
lnii'1 and leavo-. a. widow, four sons
*,,)���-(.',i p. I four (laughter- ro nioiiin Jm loss.
I Tin -yti,ip..thy of friend* w.isihown in
Itne many (lowers which covered the
ic.i-ki-t. Wii.uhs wcu- sent from Jfi.
'T. KilpaHiek Dr. and Mr-. Huinett,
' oHli-p-p -tail   of  tb--   Mainland Tian-f"!'
tj_(-   c .
n. W & 11 �������� MARRY, DOCTOR o. <los
nilWrfT !�����"���. "Don't,do a thing"
UUIll I 'I' yo" '-oo oloarly wliuPs.
I^W>�� "^ boatbviiitl or FlasWights*
on Human Naturo, on liwillI.,,ilKoaso, Imo,
manuiKO and im.oniiiKe.' Tolls, wli.it Jin. tl ask
iiiloelor. Imtdoii'l lilro lo. 210ii.ikos,Tilh.stiiil-
ori, 2.-)cnnl!>; Iml l<) intlocluco,it wo *-onil ono
on v to iiiivmkIiiII. ro.' pi'staito. Ill ciint.i. M.
HIX.L PUB. CO., 129Enst 28th Stroot.'Now,
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, WHU'E STAR'IjINK���Kiom Now York. .'
Toulonic: -!.-���...--."���'..,...�� .'.   ....liiiioS
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ESKCUNARD lilNK���Froiii Now York.   '
lUmbiiui. ��������� ��� "-I!!!:!! U
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LllOIUlia.|   ������-������"+".....*...;y,....;������ ��� ������,��������� ''I">
Passonpoistiokotcil tlnoiiKh to all parts or
Gi-oiit Bi-itain and Ii olanil, and at specially low.
rales to all parts oC the Euiopcan continent.'
Apply to nearest lailway or sicunibhipagent or
to       > " ���    p- .*  '     ���      *i     -
T.  W. BRADSHAW, Agent,  Revelstoke
wXp. F   CUMMINGS,   Pacific Ageiit
���VTOTlOl. i1- heiol>5 --non'tlinl.UII (lavs, iilloi
IN    dato,sl intond lo apply lo tlioj Olnui  ( oni-
Illlb-lllIlOl-   (ll   rLllllKls'1.11(1   Wdlks   1(11 II smoclHl
licunso lo out and ciiiij away Inulioi ,lir..n Iho
follow iiiK described lands hi the Wo-t kootoimy district:���    ^ ""'   -j. ���p1
^ .a.-! y ���,p-Noji.��� ,y^-1 >. ,y\
Co.ii.i.oiicing'i.l n pnsl ma. ked "T. Skiuuo. N.
I) t'o.nor ikisI" ...nl pl'intod on west hunk nl
(Joluinbi.i llnoi, nbiiui two nnd'ii liull .m.los
below- inouthol Nngol-'Oiook, llioiicaasoullinu)
olinins, thonco w-ost II) chains'thence ninth IliO
olmiiis. Ihencoe.ist 10chains to place of coni-
iiicuceniont. ~" , ' ����� y , ,",'*' , v
p   )<  Ualcd lho22iiildm-ol JIii.^.I^j^.j^j-
;���-! ���. ^y'' so'lc ���y'ry'V' I,'
j. p('ominoneingiit ,i nosl iimrJLod ^I'^SI.ijiiiei's
S. 13. Coinoi iiost" planlod on Iho wost bank ut
Colunibia Rivoi about llue'o miU'baboMi mouth
ol XIalono\ Ureek, thonco wostSOchains, llieueo
noilh SO chains, thence o.ist SO chains, llioneo
boutli Soohanis to placooi commencement. >
. v    -Dntgil tho 22nd day or Jlarcl^ I'll)!I ���      *; ,
1 n j* I .solvl ^ iSl'.K ���
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,PEE.PECTTON' 'XXXJOA.
i.    It is absolutely pure
COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE ICINGS,
--"I'CREAM BARSX'ETC.,' ARE VERY CHOICEST IJUJltlTV
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LEARN -SHORTHAND   AT HOME'
by coi rcMiOndencc.    10 vvcckl}; lcpsoris;-
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will make you perfect.
-'    0BTA1K   UICIIlLK  fsAI.AUYL.     [
Shorthand is novvridnys inilii-iieiisible-
to   everybody.      Utiliye   f-p.no    time-.
Veiy niodci ti to fee.     Wc piteuie po&i���
(ions. ^W'lite for fieo booklet. ' '
Ci:.viuAi, CoHnr.si'OMii xen Coi.li:ck,   t,
21.1, Temple Chamheis,
"   ^     Tcniplo Avenue, J-cr.don, E.Ci.
The COWAN CO., Limited, Toronto
Buy Your Hot Water
Heater Now 1   ,
The Yoho Bath Heater is Now
on the Market for $17.Kft ?
Doings at Tourist Resorts.
Ifi.ttl .-K'.unrpii-   ha- '"fi. bilrd
lie
("(���'npany,
p p|iy. nt! i
in I K v ,i i, -
H.tUv. ".    '
New Addition to Macdonald &
Monteith's Business.
\iiptlift "vrdinrc of the pr'.-pi'irt.v
and pititrn s-rv. lit-- (pf I!r\(|-tok( i-
(���lii.un ii\ ill' e-t.ibli-hrnont nf ;i Fit |
" lb b rrn w.-ii'diolr iii thi* cit} This1
urll in1 uclfp-piiii iiih- t'p tli( inen nf
mil (ppuii .is llif sffilmc* (|ii.ility of
fli-i t-ood- i< known .ill over Canada.
TJp ti n few months n��t, thdew.i- no
J-'it llr-fi.im pltoic between Wimiipi '4
and Vnnt oiivei/ind the iiiiiniil.it-tiiicis,
liehcv ins; th.it thoic vvcio opi mugs in
the int'-iim (hcidid to open iigcne-ies
in riovclstokc nnd Xelson With
their ch'iinctei i-tic enteipiisc Me-s-rs.
Mficdon ild p^ MonKith h.ivc wjcured
the  ngcpc-y   fen   I!( vel-tokc  iiiul   will
to its utmo-t p.-.ip.K uv and  01'1 mai..'
���ror h.i�� li.id ditlu-nlty in   n e-niuii'sl.it-   Cl'in    M
lii<��� cu^sis     Tin-   popuii'   li')t'">l   will   C,>ti>p.;iv
Ktlly fioittrla-
." ""-t-.i! K-. ui-.
Mr ...i-1 Mr- W
urn   H"'-f    Ki.fi
7     (
Dub
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have to I. (i,I.,i!_-('d !>.'<���-  1""'-' i'1'���'-    ""���
Ml-s jrollNrin    l.-inicilv of the f..lke ... C,--,i,.i .j
Louise    hotel     In-     1�� ��� n    nppoiiit. d Ko'vlin.',   ���
iii.iii,t<;ei<.ss of tlie ^ init.u l.mi li"*' i at < 'i rpin ,\,
Ban IT >'iJ-    ,'-"-'    ''!
F.su.ud    Whvrnp'-i     tit-   c U \��� iNd M.ntl.nvl     Mr-
motintdiiicr. is -'p-ti.iel* on tip'Ci.t|- Mis   O    f!<---<ll
Julian Alp-th.it   he i mrir t keep a'v.v. .-'oi.th'..ft   Mi
fiom   tin n   chin ins   11111' ir-   b.lck   !'>i
another -(ii��-on s e\ploi.ition    rifikiiisr
In? hcidipi.n ter-nt  I i"ld and J.atJK.in
A     (Vpih-
I oleiii.ui
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L.icio--"
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( pitnw ill -  Own
- -   -p i _:��� utt *  'in --   Duke
,t - piu.i  Birii -. Mr. \V. ii
jt ,u -     Mi     .md    Mis    I".
M'-    ui'1   Mi-   f-vch'itfb
���,h .if    Mi���   Qnp i roe
.1.   CUrkf,   Mi    .in.l
Mi    .md  Mi--  I*'   F.
.ipid   Mi-    V.  i/.uiip r,
V'oiij[havc seen them deinon.stinlcd in your cily nnd know jtiat what
they can do.
Just think Jof   Hot  Water (Boiling at That) in !)0 .Second*-, and only
ni^nl.rxeuspiipci or Handful of old Chips to produce the rcbtilt.
Tln-y nn Jicit as well as oriiiinifiitiil, and weigh but 25 lbs.
Mi-  Clijton L'l.n.ird   Mi*J h.-.i I'i i< i.
MHs     frl.l'l}-      l/.IMll-on        Ml4-      I l|ll.l
I'ottoi,   Mi-J   I! ���* il'i     Mom-'     Mis
Wei. b    ,in.i    Mi-s    I       Ifnlmc-i,   .Mi4
. f.h.ulfs   Lavl.u.d,    Mi     and    Mm.    .1
,    ,"     ���       i . ������i,i ,r��� 'Tninbiill.   Mi    and   MiJ.   '���'     B.nkei
made a strike-of   rich  copper tjevid ore ,
on Hall e-reck   on   the   Duncan, and
the Yoho Bath Heater Go. Ltd.,
I'M I'ondci- atreol, Vancouver. 15. C. v      ~~~
\\    McKay   and   W.   Mould.i hive |
placer loaie" have Lcr-n applied   for on
the lienche-5
Mi   Il'i-- I i..-ri    Mi��� Va'a Shrnptiell ,
I'ip'Aii-   Mis   \\. If   ['(piiniiu, Il'-i   .Hill
Mi-  I'   Ii vine, .Mi-    Bo-., Mr*   Bnk. i
��� .\p v - .\.i\p iti-i-i.
W.M.LAWRENCE, AGENT, REVELSTOKE
Write for Catalogue.   Mail Orders Receive
Prompt Attention. ��� /
Wm. Fleming^
1 Wliolc-.ikCund Itotuil .        r.
y Meat lerehanf;
Fish   and   Game ��� iir.Season,
First,St., Revelstoke.
Wing Chung's newly imported  stock  of Chineser
and-Japaiiesc goods. ,'
The best assortment ever- ���
landed   in   Revelstoke   or
useful     and     ornamental.
articles:
Tea service1!
Mate-
Ilap;kels
('line Chairs
irandkeiulncr
I-'lower Pols
L'nibi'ellii St.iiids.
Liineli IliisUots
Snioklnir .liu-Uets
Silk Good^.^_
1 GOLD FISH
Finest stock of candies and fruit in town*
Front Street, Revelstoke
3��
ml
Standard lo.nedy (or Gleet,
Goaorrhcea and Runnings  f Kinv 1
IN 48 HOURS.    Cures Kid- iRHUI J
ncy and Bladder Troubles.
NOTICE.
���\]"OTI(iE is licroby uneii that .10 d.i)s
_LN after date I intend toup|)I> lolliu Honor
able llif- Cliiof Commissioner of Jjiuifls and
Works lor a spccml litonso lo cut and curry
iim.ij- timber Irom the followinir described
lands, situated in West Koolr'iiiy llislnnt, i iz,:
t'ominonoiii-r at a rufet marl.ed Claicneo
Pipnr'> scmtli t-nbt comer post planted on tlio
nortli bound.uv oT F Hobinson's parch.ise land
on tho north side of lhe north east arm of Arrow
XjiiLcp, thence west eighty chains, thence north
ciRhty olmiiis. thence east olulity chains, thonco
south ci-,'ht> chains to point of cominonccniont.
JJated this 2Ut day or Mm, IIKI I
(JLABENCi: PIPER >'  .1    -r tf  il  it        ('    ���������> !1  THE KOOTEMY MAIL.  ;   j.  SAMSON  Itfaint'e'p- Paporliarigep, Signwriter  "        KALSOMINING   DONE. ,  Orders receive prompt attention.  ".Second street,      - . ��������� REVKLSTOKB  [HENRY'S NURSERIES  3010,Westminster  Road. '.  ^Thousands of Fruit and  J_, Ornamental, Trees !  : Rhododendrons, Roses,  i p     , '    ���������   ��������� ,  ��������� Greenhouse and'Hardy/Plants.  . '   rt.  iromo-Orown nnil Imported        / ��������� .  ^Harden, Field and'Flowef Seeds  ��������� For Spring Planting.    ..     ','  ���������rVEastoni prices or loss.      Whito lithor.  " ���������      - FERTILIZERS. ,,;  rBee"''Hive's and Supplies;  ' Cut Flowers und Designs.  .-   I '  f ������������������  ��������� -Oatalopjub free. '  M. d. HENRY,  Vaxcou\'ISU, 13. O.   '' ���������  <-' . y   3o5HDr  .1 have, started a permanent Wood  Yard'on Third street.    With inv past  - experience T hope to he in a position  ���������4o satisfv'ull re-piiiienronts of-custom.  -ers.    Mill  and  enrdwood   supplied, in  ��������� -Xany lengllis'iit reduced prices for ensh-  '-   ���������" -, '   - r: samsox.    .  H07.. A". McDonald  '��������� plastkuerV^ bricklay'kr  *      '    rkvklstokf^  "'The only first-class plustcrei- in .town.  ..���������Let mo know'your requirements. - A"  tCarload of Lime just imported. 'A Car-  ���������    -    -   load di'-J'.rick under (yclor.'  Msss-   Boning J": ������^r-  NOW IN ITS 39th VEAR  ���������       The luiidiiiB mlni'iiR  purioilici.l  of tlio  world, with lhe stroiigopit editor..il M.-ilTof.  'liny luclii.ic.il pnlilicnlio... -_"~r  '<��������� Subscription   $5.00   a year  (including  U. S., Cnii.idi.tu, Mcxicni -MMtngc.)  Sample cojty frcu. Send for Book Catalogue.  The Enoineerinq andMinino Journal  2(1 Bro������dwij-, New York   ,,   '  ^#'<sv\;  Tin*  befit disitil'cctiint of nil is^tuiliclit  Il ilosliovi by it*> vriy l>ri^;Iilin.-}>'* nil si-iM"  of genus" iintf nl the sitinc time  iR-lpi-llit:*  'growth of plums'and animal lift-.-,. Doubt-  lulls all   Imvi!  iioiici-d   Unit mould   nioin-,  cltiiiuif tlie ni-flil iiik'i In dink, clrinip ecllnis.  ��������� Hiiglit   siinlifrlil  quickly ilestioys  [>cnii.s,  mould or oilier alpinisms. ' Tli.u is why it?  is best lo let the Minliijlil into your houses,  for its pmifvinir inlltienee.  At llie Invalids' I Intel and Snigic.-il lnsii-  i-tiite,' I3iilTnl(),->.N'. V., Dr. ,1'ieice, olikf con-  suiting surgeon, slatted experiments, Mime  > three'yeais njfo. with the  l'lu'scu  lighljn..  ' conjunction  witii  the-X-iay in  the tic-al-  ,inent of diseases.*' He got exci'llent tesiilts  therefioin, nnd was among the fiist to adapt  this reiuaiknble cine to iiiaiiy cases wliich  it was formerly supposed must of necessity  be treated by the knife. -.  < Not only is Dr.'R. V. -Pierce notable for  his surRic.il achievements at his hbs.pital in  Ilufialo, but nearly a thiid of a cciiluiy ago  he discovered" certain roots and herbs  whicli were nature's remedies, and stic-  'ceeded-iin pulling theiu.up in a foim th.it,  'would be easilv proem ed and leiuly lo use.  This he called'Dt. Picice's Golden Medical ���������  Discovery. It maintains the patient"*;.nutrition by enabling him to eat, ictaiu, digest  and assimilate nutritions food. It'overcomes gastric .irritability ami sMuptonis of:  indigestion, and  in lliis way fever, niglit-  'sweats.'-headaelics, etc., are done'Kway with.  It fortifies the body against the germs of  consumption,  grip and  malaiia,  it builds  * up the'tissues and puts; ou liL-althy (lesh.  Those desiring to know soiiietliing'.'ibout  the body in health aud disease, nUo medicine, and surgery, without, technicalities,  should'read the "Common Sense Medical  Adviser," which can be had for 50 cents in  one-cent stamps for the cloth-bound book.:;  Address Dr. K.' V. Fierce, Huffiilo, N. \.      1  ESTXCBILISECEX)   1894  o��������� <  Subscription,, $2.00 Ter Year  Published Weekly 011 Saturday by  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Co.; Ltd.  r inters'-:.  lishers  Dealers in  Printing and Wrapping Papers  and Paper Bags  Loose -Leaf Account and Duplicate-  Counter Check Systems  Ap-ents for Tengwell and Opalla  Patented Loose, Leaf Files,  Ledgers and  Billing Systems  Phone No. 13  P. 0. Box No. 70  MAILS   CLOSE  AT REVELSTOKE P.O.  AT 8-15 A. Ui FOR EAST & SOUTH  AT-1-10 P. M. FOR WEST ' .^  ,,  ,AT 8-00 P. M.'fOR. 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McKittriek, Proprietress  C.J.Wilkes  ^ MACHINIST &. -���������������������������:  ' -'.BLACKSMITH /'V  All Ivinds'of'.lobbing Work Done. ���������  Sewing Arncliincs and Bicycles Cleaned  u       ,      ' 'andJ Repaired.       > ' ...  ,  Keys litfced on tlie Sborteat Notice. ^  ,   Oppo^te ��������� ,   pinCT,   CT  Salvation Army , ril\0 1   < ������J 1 .  Agent for  Mnssey-Happis Bug-glos &  1 'Wagons, and, all kinds of Farming-  Implements.   , . -. <���������  ODD KOREAN HABITS  TEAR BASKETS AND HEART CLOTHS  '',    AND THEIR USES. ,   it, liorohj- shoii  tluil, SO-lii'S nrtor  ^ , date, T inlencl to .iprily to tlie llrtn. t-lie  (Jliiol Commissioner of Ij.ukIs niiil-_\\ ork-  foi n ^pcciiil liconee to cut mid oniry iiwny  tnnlior fioiiLtlie rollowiiif; described lands:  Commencing nt-a po^t pi.uilcd  about   Lwo  nnd onc-linlf inilo-sf-outli of N. \\*.  corner oi  IC. & S.  block (Mil) and  marked I.  S'-: N. lw .-----������  cornor po-it.-thence   we-51   10 cliam-.   tliein-c n':queeil, - and  p-mii.1) imichains. llioncc east '10 chains, thenco  north Kill clinin������ to point of commencement,  is.u.ur SJIITII.  'Arroivlicad. H C, Jul}* 3. 11)01. )*  ���������WRAPPING   PAPER   AND  ���������*���������     PAPER BAGS.  The Kootenay Mail bus 'been'  .appointed -'agent for one of  -the, largest  Canadian   P.ipei  Wrapping papers in rolls or  flat, and ,'paper bags of all  'weights and si/.es supplied to  order printed or imprinted.  Kootenay. Mail, Rene/stoke.^  FIRE   .  LIFE  BOILER  FIDELITY  ACCIDENT  SICKNESS  &  PLATE   GLASS  EFFECTED  AT   LOWEST  CURRENT RATES  evelstoke Instance  Agency, Limitei  REAL    ESTATE  INSURANCE  LOANS  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. Wi B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, bnggaqe,  ���������etc., to any part of the City.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  All orders left at R. M. Sniylhe's  Tobacco Store, or by Telephone, No. T  will receive prompt 'iltrntion.  "Secret"' Monrnlnir ,Tlmt Every Ono  Kno-na 'of 'nd Rempreli ��������� The  Quaint Toilet otVHuanpko Belle.  A StrnnKe Hen������l������lrc������������ For Women:.  There i8 a great deal of poetry about  all Koreans. This (loos not. make tire"  visitor In their country love them less.  ' "Why do,you shake your husband's  gown no ferociously evoryV morning V"  the writer suld to a hostess In Seoul.  "Arc you afraid, a spider may be weaving In ItV'.'  ,     ' ',. .    ,     .'  "Oh, no, inoonfnee," ' was'the reply.  "He must he In .Tapnii now���������so far It is;  ���������nnd his spirit coinos ev<sry"iiiglit to  this gown. So tired musv he bo In the  morning to go back so fur into his  body again." ,,'';' "  And sho wept copiously, dropping'  each tear very,carefully into a metal  lined little basket hung from her waist  If her husband had died on his Journey, the basket,would have been nearly  full by this time; every one who has  any regard for her would ,1'tivc added  a drop or two, nnd her iiiouriilng.would  have- been as intricate a porforinanco  ns a case in international law. Kven  as it was the tear basket was "steeped  in incense and many heartbreaking  BOiigs' and proverbs walled over it.  ',Weep flowers���������that is,, any sort of ,  bloom 'that'withers .'soon ���������may be  pressed and strung around the basket..  The wing of a wounded bird may decorate orie side; a'motherless child may  imprint n kiss .upon it for the good of  the spirit. '','''        ' *        i  "Do men'ever wear the tear basket  for women?" I once inciuirod. ^ ' ]  "Oh, moonface, you'are curious,so.  much,", was the reply.; "Women never  go away from' men in ICowlI.", , , ,  "Cut'they, die." * '';- ������������������.  "Yes,- and then verra/often'the good  men'.wear the tear-basket .'in secret  mourning.','       - ** f*       '*,,���������'  ThereXls much secret'mourning In  Korea, and it is like the 'Irishman's  secret���������everybody knows it 'and respects it. A.woman who has.loved  the wrong man may 'wear 6ccret  mourning clothes for him and don the  tear basket'filled with'tears of persons who have not deigned to speak to  her in the llCotlmeof the loved one.  At'certain'hours she may wail .round '  his grave and leave 'the best of every-,  tiling to" eat,on his tomb for'bis hungry spirit. The" worldly .mate o.f'the,  departed looks on, and often' It seems  she is flattered by.the performance. A  slave may mourn secretly for the  anybody who wants , to  may-sympathize without hurt for a  beheaded criminal-  Xext to .the' tear basket the* heart  ,clotli���������is tlicflnalntcst,symbol ot Kowll  ^emotions. . One is never "permitted, to'  knd\v..o������ .this precious ornament unless it is worn for his or her sake. In  old Korea it was placed over the heart  o'f'.thct beloved before ,being wqrn"in  .any,other breast. One"heart cloth often does for a whole family,, being  worn' by different ���������members In turn.  Characters representing poetic sayings are nppliqucd upon it, such as:  "Without thee I dwell with the spirit o������ the withered tree."      ,   ,    '  "My heart beat? only to thine."    ,    -  ,"Ahu���������peace."  "The sun' will come again."  - In .some- parts of the country heart  cloths  are  placed  over  the  body  of  the dying and then given to the shang-  goo, head male mourner, and the joo-  foo, leading female mourner.  ���������   Masampho is a quahitand picturesque  town,  nearly as: much  so as  Fusan,  from which it is not Car removed.  One  of the sights of Masampho is her shopping   district,   whicli   consists   of   in-,  numerable   mats   spread   out  on  the  ground, upon which are exhibited the  wares of their owners, who squat beside them."  r.ut the chief joys of Masampho are  her deliciously strange little women���������  the never to be "fo'rgollcn Masamphon-  eso, wild eyed, glossy haired'dumplings, with 'cherry lines for mouths,  who waddle around rind about, quacking in fascinating tones.  The Masampho belle's toilet is worthy  of the time she spends upon it. Her  face is washed wilh lionoy 'oil instead  of water. Sometimes she sifts a fine  powder scented with her favorite flower over il. -���������  She may stain her complexion to suit  her fancy, hut generally she prefers  it to.ljo the natural .color, whicli is a  beautiful ecru. Though she may no\er  be seen by man. save husband or fa-  -thc-r, during curfew^ time or women's  hours���������S p. m. and I!'a. in.-slie may go  out freely visiting friends and relatives. IIor hair is hiushed with a  frajcrant bunch of switch.'s and glued  into many dilleient forms. Sometimes  it makes a butterfly or a tortoise and  at other times a lot of leaves or a little  sampan.  When It is properly shaped, big jade  or glass pins are stuck in. The only  cap she ever wears has no crown. Its  back is shaped like a helmel, and there  are two long tassels hanging from (lie  forehead and neck brim. Her cotton  trousers are as full as a divided skirt  and become narrow tit the ankles,  where they meet little socks made ot  grass and picturesque shoes. Her skirt  is very full and shirred at the lop Into  nn eight inch' baud. This fits lightly  around the chest and under the arms.  The jacket worn is not over- seven  inches in length and runs tho gamut  of Korean blues and greens, which are  somewhat the tints of the . peacock's  tnil.  If of the common people, she may allow her small feet and ankles lo show,  but if of noble blood her skirts must  sweep the streets. All.women carry  wilh them a long cape, so that if,by  any possibility they should' meet a  man they may throw it quickly over  their heads, leaving only a slit in front  for the eyes.  CULINARY-CONCEITS.  ' Boiled cabbage is much sweeter when  thc water is changed in boi/lng. ,  ���������Don't throw away pieces'of bread.  Tut them aside and dry or roil and  'snve for "scalloping or crumbling.O   ,  ,   Add one^quarter of a cup of boiling'  water to any rule for.sponge cake to,  make It'roll easily for Jelly cake.   -  To stir the yolks of eggs into soup>r  hot custard so that they will he smooth  first beat them and then add a 'tea-  spoonful of cold water.  ,In making gingorbread, !f tlio molasses and butter are boated together'  before the other Ingredients are added  the cake will bo nicer.'        ,,  Milk toast Is improved by, tlio addition ot a little grated cheese Just he-,  fore serving. Grated cheese Is also a  pleasant addition to a dish of mashed  potatoes. .  '  "FISH,, FOOD NOT,'THE BEST.'  ��������� i '  Mnny Fullncii-H Alton! ii Diet on 9������������  I'roduutH 'Arc  IHxtmit.  It  is  doubtful   whether   any, given!  food In common use contains 'constltu-'  ents which have a selective action, so  to speak, on tlio properly of ministering to one part oi. tlie body morc{ than  another.   As a rule,, when ajood is as-  'sumed to'havc specific reparative properties���������as, for cxiiuiplcv'.a so called  brain or nerve food���������the fact really is  that such food is.'easily and quickly  assimilated to tlie 'body's general ad-  -vantage; in a word, iirsuch a case-repair .quickly-overtakes .waste  rind  a  'real purposeful nutrition and restoration arc accomplished. J-Tho administration of such elements "as phosphorus'  or iron in medicine is, of course, a different matter, but these_ elements are  evenly "distributed in tho materials, of a.  daily diet.      <   a < <-   ,  It is often slated' that ,flsh is a foo'd .  which ministers particularly -to 'the  needs of tlie brain, because it!coiitains(  phosphorus." As.a matter of fact, iisli  doe's not contain more phosphorus,than  do the ordinary meat foods, and it cor-  tainly'does not con������ain\it iu-a'freo  state.'', .The notion that'fish contains  phosphorus had no,doubt its origin Iu  the glowing phosphorescence of fish in  the dark.   This phosphorescence is due  ��������� not to.phosphorus--...-all, but to micro  -organisms.- Tho belief, therefore,' that  fish is a" brain food is just about as  reasonable as tho idea,that because a,  soup is thick, and'gelatinous "it'^vill  stick to the ribs" or as sensible as .the  celebrated advice lo Verdant Green  to lay in a. stock ot Rending biscuits to  assist his roncllnjf. ..*...., - ~.,.1,,���������.��������� ..������,..  Fish,   ot   couiso, ,Is   excellent'.food,  ' partlv because of the nourishing nature of its constituents and partly because of, its .digestibility. But it.is in  no scns;o a specific for brain or nerve.  ���������London Lancet.1  i. ' '  FOLK!  THE OBSTINATE FLAME.  I  Hoti-   to   Eilln-enl-ili   n   "Illowrr"   *Sf'  ' Led Inn Illm Dlow.        i  Of course you know what a "blower*  1b. The meaning that we have in mr'ud  is not to be found in tlie dictionary,  biit you are doubtless 'familiar, with  the term boaster, whicli is tlie *sam������  thing. 'V' .   "  The next time yo'u encounter him tell  him that you don't believe he .can blow  out n candle placed only, a foot from  his experienced mouth without any other obstacle, than his own breath 'between them. ' , , i  If ho accepts the challenge scat him  comfortably^ at .the table, place tli*  lighted candle In front of him and, put>  ,    TII13 1'IiA.MU UUL'IUS Till: JVLOyEB.'   \  'ting"to his'lips n largo tin funnel, wltl������  the center, ol its mouth opposite nnd  near the llaine, toll liim to blow through  .thiil.'.      ,!-,"��������� .  ��������� He mayjiilow until,lie becomes blacl*  Xin the face without extinguishing the ^  candle.     The'" harder, .ho   blows   the '  'more it'doesn't go out.     -   ,     '  r After ho has given it'up say,-"It Is   ���������  easy enough when you know how," put  the. funnel'to your lips and blow" out  the candla   How'^. Simply by bringing ,  tho rim instead of the center .-near the  flame.        ' ^        ..,  - v-    f-^.   ^  When, y,ou   blow  through^ n   funnel  your breath 'spreads  and follows  the  'conical''surface,/leaving' a .region  of* -  dead calm iu the center.\Ydnr'friend  *���������  blcw0 all   around   the   flame . without,  touching it, but you extinguish it with ,(  a'pulf.  ��������� -'       c- ,   -s * '    .]   :  ��������� There nre^ii good' many queer Ihinga"  about air currents that would never  havefbeon thought' of if they bad not  been,found oul by experience'. This is  one of lliern.���������Now .York World.   " ..  ���������    ^ Tlio, Ti-i>i!l<o. - [ '���������  The tomato lias a ctitious history.  After llie revolution of Santo .Do-  niingo many - French families came  from there lo Philadelphia, where they  introduced their, favorite "pomme  d'amour." "Although introduced'from  South America as early as 1390 into  England, it was looked upon-with suspicion and its specific name, lycopersi-  curu, derived from lykos (wolf) arid  persikon (a peach), referring to tho  beautiful but deceptive appcaranee of  its fruit, intimates pretly. closely the  kind of estimation in whicli it was  held. It is now, however, almost  universally used.        *"'���������'���������.' '7'.'"  ConkiiiK  B'PowI.,       ''"    -  The only way in'which a fowl is  usually made tender enough to eat is  to cut it up and cook as fricassee, roast  chicken beuig considered possible only  when one wishes to pay tlie extra price  for young biuls. It must, however,' he  the toughest of liens or roosters which  does not succumb to tlie "pot roasting"  process if carefully done.. Prepare as  for roasting and place in a pot deep  enough to hold the fowl without crowding one-half pound, of suet tor three  pounds of chicken. Cut up nn onion  'and let it-cook till biown,,wlien add  the chicken, covering tightly. It should  Binimcr for six hours. -Roast quickly  for half an hour.  'Clever S.pnrrovrn. '  One  of ,thc  preUiOht  sights   as   re-   '  gai-fls seamen's pets was afforded,, hy '    ',  \ six sparrows'Which were tamed'and  trained by an old bluejacket on' board    (  a toal  barge.    Ile  had trained  them   -  to  such   a   degree   that  they.-.would "0  march i in   - regular    military    order,  "turning"  and  "wheeling'' as desired  by liiorelyMnoving bis hand.   On each  of their heads he had fastened a small i  piece of scarlet cloth, cut so ns to form __  a cockscomb, whicli gave the birds a ,-  very saucy appearance as they went  through their varied evolutions. :       i , -  Animal   Xnlfi.  Naturalists tell us that sometimes a  single heaver1 will go off and live by  himself, leaving the colony to wliich  lie belonged. Whether those "bache-  I lor beavers'' have been put'out of their  native towns or leave of their own  tree wills we do not know.  A geiilleiuan on one of our western "  ranches found a nest of young rabbita  and took them in to his cat. supposing^  ������ho -would make a meal of them. buT  pshe surprised everybody concerned by,  adopting them and bringing them up  along with her kittens.   ,  1 ���������    TIiiiiiMes.  A soreness inwhat is called the thimble finger and even serious inflammation are son^etiines caused by the use  of cheap thimbles. These thimbles,  wliich are composed of load or something equally Injurious, may be tempting by i.'.-ison of their low price, but  (hey are not safe. Silver thimbles are  the best, but lor those to whom they  prove loo expensive nothing is belter  Hunt thimbles of highly burnished  sleel. Hy a person who gains her living with* her needle a steel'thimble is  always liked, for it will outlast two or  three of'the more expensive sliver  ones.      i  AKlllc -\Varc,  To clean agate ware put the ware on  the stove filled with wafer, and Into tho  water put i\ table-spoonful of salsoda  (washing soda)', and then after awhile  use n scouring soap, and you will be  pleased with the result; also put your  bean pot on the stove and a good generous liiblcspoonl'ul of soda, and it will  wash as easily us a cup. A little soda  put in your greasy baking pans and  keeping them warn while washing  your other dishes will help along that  most disagreeable task.    A   -Woman's   Slicccsi. *  --,  Embroidering baby clothes was my  first financial venture. I was a very  ambitious housewife and wanted, mou-,  ey for some new things for the house,  po I began by embroidering little sacks,  for which -I charged $1.00. For the  more elaborate ones I received- 52.  White broadcloth coats with large collars brought .?3, and at the end of "a  year thc am'ount footed, up. to ������200.  The work was dainty and fascinating,  and my friends and acquaintances  were quick to take advantage of the  opportunity to secure hand wrought  pieces for their wee tots. I bought a  pattern of the size for the ago of tho ���������  baby and followed the dirccti'yi* iriron  ' Willi it for the maktniz. My customers furnished their own materials,  which relieved me of any outlay in  money. As tlio articles made wcro all  whito, they had to he kept spotless  and required extreme care in the handling.���������Ladies' Home .loin rial.  Trul nf il'i:  ii   l)u itchier.  To train her (laughter in courtesy the  mother  must begin  at a tender age.  The   twig   if   so   easily   bent   Iliac   it  scarcely   resists   the   guiding   hands.  Kven Willi this training the girl may,  when   half  grown,   come  to  a   stage  when  self assertion  shows il.=clf and  when   she  feels   that  it  is  quite   tho  thing  for  her to  fiprce herself _"J'on  people's attention.   All growing things  have their trying age.   Put this, too,  will   pass, away,  and   if  the  girl   has  starlod right there is not much dilli-  | cully in indue-in.'" her to believe that  ' she.and all her affairs arc not of'para-  ! mount" importance   to   the  public   at  ' large; that- gentleness and cousidera-  1 tion' command more love and popularity than self assertion and carelessness  i of the concerns and whims of others.  ',4  ���������.iiuinWtruj  ���������A 2.'i^v.Vi"; THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  Zbe- IKootena^flBail  I-UBMSHKr)  SA'I'UHtlAY.  1 '        '        '   ,,, -AT-'   "      '     "   ,     .  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C."-;j' I  Money to1 loan. ,  OIHcos: Revelstoke. B. C; Fort Steele, B. C.,  ,-   SCOTCH  -OPINION   OF   ������������������  'DUNDONALD.",  The Ayrshire Leader, tho leading  paper published at Lord-Dtindon-,  aid's Scotch home, jufclilies the  action of the Laurier' government  in dismissing him, and says:���������  " The fact remained ''that he has-  most properly been '.relieved of'his  command. It is, all very well to  make military'men masters of the  .situation'when a1 country is at war  or in a condition of revolution.' Jn  'either of these events the' civilian  must stand on oi'ie side.; but otherwise it is the'civilian who must be  the master and tho 6oldier who  must be 'the servant, if 'we are to  'avoid the domination of militarism.  Lord Duiidonald'was a paid scr.vant  'of the Government of Canada, and  he had no right to take the nay of  the'- Government and .constitute  himself a critic of the Ministerial  policy. -   ,  "The gallant. Earl,' however,  seems''to have forgotten his position  for,the time being,-and to, have  spoken both hastily and inadvisedly.  Tho' Minister .concerned has been  able to show'.,that he has,been .extremely careful'' not to 'permit his  political leanings/,to .overrule or  obscure his better'judgment, and  that, on the score of'thesComplaiht  made'by Lord Dundonald,*-he'-has  appointed more officers of the other  ^political side than of his own. 'But  altogether;, apart' from"'-"this,',\the  really important matter involved  is the right of the civil government  to be superior', save in waif'or in  revolution, to the military authorities: ' There has of late years been  a' tendency in this country unduly  to exalt militarism; and militarism  will probably be -none the .worse of  the sharp lesson, that has"-.been administered; to'it in Canada."  SMELTER  TOWNSITE;  Another Extension Being Plac-"  ,    ed on,Market.-  ��������� As all the more valuable lots'in.the  smelter townsite have been sold and  the demand for more lots is brisk, it  has becii dscided to survey into lots,  the blocks on Sixth, Seventh, Eighth  .'nnd Ninth Streets, between 'tho park  site and the town." Already , some of  these lots have' been purchased pending survey. "     '  ,,        *. ,   ���������  Eighth Street will b'c oleared, graded, nnd sidewalk laid. Considerable  improvements have' been effected  si'-e'e Mr. Lcndrum took over the unsold portion of'the townsite. from the  original owners. -   ,  -  The new addition to the town will  iiinke a valuable extension pfor the erection of residences, nnd already QOine  of the best houses in the city nre being built in that vicinity/ The land  is level and the soil admirably adapted for garden purposes and fruit-growing. ' The Revelstoke Insurnnc'e Company are agents for the"vendor. '  KOOTENAY MAIL EMPLOY-  " MENT BUREAU.  v , Owing to the large number of applications we receive from all parts oi  the country from persons requiring  employment, and from ' employers  wauling help, we have . decided ' to  establish tlie '    ,   '     ,  ���������  KOOTENAY MAIL EMPLOYiMISNT HUltKAU  A register will be' kepi, of persons  wanting situations and of the par licu-  Iar class of work they seek, and also oi  'employers requiring help.     ,     "  The only charge to persons wanting  situations or to employers w.-iiiting  1 help will lie 50c. to covei^cost- or advertising. Postage foi1 replies must .be  enclosed. Advertisers should advise  us when suited, in order Unit names  may be removed lrom list.   Address;  THE KOOTENAY MAIL,   -  REVELSTOKE, 11. O.'  /   pp       r   i,  :   "WANTED- ������������������'  , ;    ,'THE'       ���������'���������;    .  K'6..6TE'NAYs:.M'A|-'L  WANTED���������A large fire-proof safe.  -.���������Kootenay < Mail   Publishing  Company, Revelstoke.  ' ' I  S  ���������i 111 N G L E M E N, '  W A N T E D -To  make Shingles by day or by contiact.     Canadian    Timber   and, .Saw  Mills,.Limited,-Tiout Lake City.  tttANTED ���������-General SERVANT  ���������rW*1 Easy Place, about 5 or (I hours  work a day. $25 a month.���������Apply at  this oflicc. .,, '  WANTED-A General SERVANT  willing to work.     Duties light.  Suite wages.���������Apply nt this otlice.    <  Geo. S. McCaiitkk,  A.  M.  PlNKHAM,  .   .-llevelhtoke, B..C.  J. A. Harvey,  .,��������������� ,l'ort Steele, B. C.  JOHN   MANNING  SCOTT    B. .A.,  - L,. L. B.       -)?,  -   -  ; _'  _,.  -" ,  .     BAiuiibTisit, Solicitor, -Eto.  i"  ��������� p     c *���������<! ,���������. * y i-  First Street. .Revelstoke," KC.  CHURCHES.  ,   '-"    ' "    ' PKIISHYTnitlAN'.       ���������      ���������    <���������   '  '', On Sunday'evening the'Revelstoke  Orahgemen marched in procession to  St. Andrews' "church," wheie their  chaplain, Rev. XV. C. Calder, preached  the annual sermon.' -There was a good  turn out, and'the preacher's remarks  were appropriate to the occasion.' He  dealt particularly on the fact that the  principles of Orange'inen were not' offensive but defensive,, and that, in-,  ^s'tend of being animated by harsh feel-*  ing5; to those of a different, faith they  }7URST0LASS EDGERMAN wanted  "1 ' in mill cutting 33 M. per,day.  Wages $3.00 if satisfactory.���������Apply at  this ofliee.      ' -       '     .   .    s"  Corporation of the City  of Revelstoke.-  ,  GOURTof REVISION  ���������nDWARD AJ HAGGEN,^    wy j-pq,"  Mining Bnoinper,      } \,,  (Mem. American -liibtitulo Jliiung EiiKineer-)  (Mem. C.inadiun MiniiiB Institute.)    -'  Revelstoke, B. U.  Exiimiiiation of*and.reports on''Mineral Pioperties a Specially.  Hbelkooteua^flftail  . ^^ .  <UNION?jb-)LAB������:L>  SATURDAY, JULY 10. 1904.  It is to be hoped the board of  trade and citizens generally will  spare no effort to have Revelstoke's  case well presented' to the-"railway  commissioners in their coming  visit. All who have grievances  against the railway company  .should not miss' the opportunity of  presenting their case and the question of discriminating tariff just  instituted against Revelstoke, together with the refusal of the company to give Revelstoke the same  concessions as iformerly held, and  since accorded to Nelson and Calgary, are matters that should be  forcibly presented to the railway  commissioners.  FORESTRY.  One of   the most  urgent changes  of   policy   required   of   both ��������� the  dominion   and   provincial   governments is in regard to forestry.     To  us in British Columbia thii- question  comes  home   with   keen   interest.  Here arc:   millions  of acres  which  will   never be fit for anything eif-e  than    growing    timber.      Timber  wealth is one  of  tho  greatest  resources and lumbering  one of the  mo-t   important   industries   in   a  country, and steps should be taken  to conserve .=-uch a source of wealth  and indu.-try.    Here the forests arc  destroyed by fire and the axe of the  woodman   with   no  precaution   to  replace them.    Go\erntnents could  make no better inve.-tment than to  employ an army of men reforesting  those  timber lands  unfit for   agriculture, so that the interest.- of the  future shall be safe-guarded.  THE'PRESS -IN -CANADA!-''*<���������  ._ The..lengihto which partvjour-  nalism goes in Canada is a matter  for condemnation.. Just as Canada  jfeopied the-.wprst jeat!ures of Ameri-  ���������ean .politics,-foreign tp.hie/patrlbtic  '-9ystem'Xpf' the mother -country, so  -her.*-journalists have adopted the  ^unscrupulous ' methods of 'party.  While'a'hewspaper.m its editorial  columns, is expected to voice the  sentiments and arguments of the  party whose .principles it'-has  adopted its news columns and  speeches should be absolutely fair  and impartial. That is the tradition of the British press, and it is  a splendid one. ' The Globe of  Toronto is one of the-few leading  newspapers in Canada that aims to  maintain the standard. .-The Montreal Star, one of the leading eastern papers,- is an unscrupulous  ���������party sheet from its editorial to its  smallest paragraph, without the  least respect for facts or .justice. In  British Columbia the Colonist has  been at times a fair and clean  paper, and it was hoped that when  Mr. Gosnell took the editorial chair  the standard oi the paper would be  improved. But it is with regret  that the well-wishers of the province note it? pioneer newspaper  attempting to outrival the Montreal  Star in misrepresentation and  appeal to party prejudice. Even  the machinery of the associated  press is used to spread partisan  misrenres.entation rather than facts.  Fortunately the people of today-  have advanced in education and  independence of thought, and judge  for themselves to a greater extent  than formerly. Public opinion is  no longer led by tho pre1-? to any  serious extent, hut the pity is that {  the press, with its honorable tradi  of   hearing   complaints    against 'the  '' 'iisscshmerit 'as made by the Assessor,  nnd  for, revising and correcting  the  iissessinenfroll.    ��������� (       '           '       , '  " '     ��������� ,    '       .    H. FLOYD,'  ,  , ' -   . ' City Clerk.'  ., iRevelstoke','B. C.'.'.Tvly 11th, 1001".  ^Corporation -of ttie City;  "'^of'Reyelstoke.v  . '   ^ ��������� ;���������,.- - - ���������.  ; TENDERS. '  Ri:V. W. C. OALDEU.  Chaplain to L,   O. D.  had the kindliest sentiments towards  them. He traced the origin and subsequent development or" the order, and  reviewed the'principal reforms which  they have been 'instrumental in securing for the world at large. They  ure willing to concede to others what  they claim'for themselves, viz : liberty  of conscience, and an opon Bible.  Subjects for Sunday morning, July  17th : Morning. "A Sure Rest. " Evening "A Thing Worth Remembering;"  ������  METHODIST. s  ,  Sunday .services. Subjects : a. m.  '���������All At ft." I', m. "The Folly of  Felix."    ,  HOYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in the "World  Mail u*> 15 Royal Crown .Soap  Wrappers, and in return we  will mail n beautiful Picture  si/e 1G.\20 ; or for 25 Wrapper-,  your choice of over 100 book.*'.  Drop us a pp>*it curd asking  for a catalogue of premiums  to  he had   FREE   for  Royal  Crown fo.ip Wrapper  A (hire--  The Royal Soap Co.,  tiona,  should   place  partisanship | Vancouver. B.C. Limited.  before   the  highest welfare of  the'  country and the people.  tUllllUL   'p,c,pnpvpp'.'.,.��������� ...   .   r   ,      ll  of tlie City of  Revelstoke will he he (1  at the'Council-Cliainhei-.'City  Hull,  Revelstoke, li. C, on Tuesday, August  10t.Ii. 1!)01, at 7:30 p. m. for. the purpose  '' The City Council is prepared to receive separate tenders' for the following works:��������� '  1. Preparing the ground for,-) and  setting up the new w.iter reservoir.  2. Hauling reservoir to place, and  hauling and distributing pipe along  the pipe line.  Specifications etc. can lie seen at the  City Clerk's office after 12 noon orr  Monday the 18tli inst.  Each tender* must he accompanied  by a certified cheque equal to 10 percent of the amount of the tender, such  cheque to be forfeited if, the accepted  tenderer fails to sign the necessary  agreement and provide the required  bonds. - ''     K     y  -  Tender's, sealed and endorsed must  reach the undersigned liy 7 p. m. on  Friday, the 22nd inst.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. i.  .      '                      c     ll. FLOYD,      ,  City Clerk.  July 10, ism  NOTICE.  In tlio matter of John A. Cameron, deceased,  and In the matter of the Ofllcial Ailmiiiis-  ATOTraF/IS* HEREBY GIVEN that bj  IM order of His Honor .1. A. Korin, County  Judge, dated the fith July, 1IK1I, Geoit-e S. ale-  Carter, Oflieial Administrator for that pint of  Kootenay Comity comprised within the Itcvel-  stoko Electoral District, has been (-ranted  letters ..of administration, to administer nil  and sinKuUr the estate of John A. Cameron,  dccea-icd.  AND KUKTttETt TAKE NOTICE that all  claims upon the s-u'il i>sl.ite must, be sent in lo  the ������.iid A(Iinini-.li,itor, at his olliee. Inipcnal  Jiank Monk, RcroMokc, li. C��������� within .'SO days  from thc date hcicof. after which lime all pro  eccil-! "ill be di-tnbiited anions lhe pintles  lawfully theieunlo entitled.  GKOItGKS. MeOAIlTKR.  Olllcinl Administrator.  D.itp-d the nth dny nR.Iuly, liXil.  NO T I C E.  Tho F.mpiro f.tiuilpcr Company lu-  liad to cln-c down it- C<>m:iphx ' mill  on account of high wafer.  Accounts of the placer mining  season at Cariboo are most encouraging. Kxcellent reports come from the  Cariboo Consolidated, where J. li.  ffobson, tlie able manager, has already taken out $00,000 of gold. This  fine output in such a short time was  .-pent to Vancouver in three bricks  .-ind purchased hy the Bank of Commerce.  In the in illi-r of Jiisi'tih Tiiiimla.deceased, and  In the iil.itl.'i-of Hip; OlliiJal Ailiiiiiiielritloi-'  " Ap-I.  -Vf-TICK I1" [IKHI'.llY GIVEN that by  /> oidcr pif His llmifir J. A. Kuiln. County  JiiiIi-p.pI.pIppI Hip- l.tli Julj, tSHM, (Iioikc S. .Mc  ( trli i, Olllci.il AiImiiiMr.ttor for ilml p.iitiif  ICoutc-iui> ('iiiiiilv������i,iii|iilseil uilliln llie l.'i'ii'l-  -lot); Kli-i'loi.i! I)i-tncl, bus Iip cu Ki.inliil  Ifltcir of .iilininMi ilioii, to ndiiiliiintei' nil mi I  ^iii^iil.trilii'i.-i tip- e.r Ju-ptipli 'riiiiinla.dci-onjred.  AMI EUlt'lIlhl! 'lAKi: .VOTlCr. I lial nil  ,,, ,,, - ���������__._. Ti/%*n-nirn f.I.uiii-p upon tb1 "nipl i-lnti- mini besent in lo  TlT.ANTfT T^8iT?lVBS ih#*r.ud A<lii.mUtr.itf,r nl Ills ollicc, Impel nil  JD JLijOLX^t Xi.   JL   VTXbJ.TA.ls7 , fJllllv i-i,,,-., |*n,utol,,..  U. ('., wil bin ������1 days  I fiom thodnli bnp'pf. .irtir uhlch tiinuull piu-    Ip^.pd^   will  I.i- pli-.tnhul.pl  niiioni; I be p.iitn-ri   roil lawfully ihp-n-iiiil(p p milli-d.  GI.OIKir .-   MrCAKTICII.  Mining & Legal Purposes  o.n..a..A.im.n,-1���������linr.  Transfers, Options, Howcis  of Attorney, Statutory Declaration5,, Proxies, etc., can  i>e obtained at tlie  ..Kootenay Mail Office..  IihIcpI (lie I.'lth (In) of Julj. It'll.  100 SILK PIECES!  F.xlrii lnrf-c nllk and Hating for fancy  woric, I/jk-Ij (piIppi- sure to plen-e.svith book  of fiirn y work .iinl .ii'i-li( inemium. A IjIj for  r, (.ills ���������! lots fppr -''pp Aloiicy returned in-  nlniilly if nppt ns ii prr-ciiWd. Illu-lniled LIST  l"l(i:|p. \n,li< ,s* EXCELLO CO., ill Main  I Stroot, East Orango, N. J.  19 04  is now iii hand.  ,/..  THIS SPECIAL EDITION  , >  '-WILL liKPItiNTKD ON TONED BOOi&PAPERs^  . WITH TINTED'COVER.IN SPECIAL JINKS.'IT  .'.    WILL CONTAIN^;:  ;  Christmas'  stories and , sketches CE>es-   ."  ;    criptjve .Write-up-" of. East  and  West  '. Kootenay,"Kamloops," Cariboo, Spalltim-;v. -  ���������"/''' '* ��������� '' '��������� ' -'     l ^? '  'cheen, Okanagan, Similkameen, Bound-   J.  '"-ary;   the   Mines,., Mills,'and   Smelters';'1,-.  -   .Lumber . and >z Shingle    Mills,;-'   Stock  '''"'Ranches; Farms and Orchards ;-Lakes-  and   Rivers;   Mountain's- aiid' Glaciers;'...  Hot Springs and.Sanitariums; Railways  '���������" and' Steamers ; 'Tourist   Resorts   an,d,   ,  ' Sporting- Trips ;   Holiday...Nooks and ;'  T   'Pastimes'; -Cites .and   Towns ;'Public  '' .Buildings y Church.es ^ Ji������'^ ^.Sp'hoQl?,,; ['._  ''; Stores -and "'Hotels'"; ^ergy^'Teachers:,^ X  ,,   and Public Men; Railway andiSteamboat;"'  '<     Officers ; '  Bankers- "and    Merchants ;   -t  Leading   Met/ 'in "Finance, "Mjning,  Commerce and Industry . . .,������.,,,.,. ���������  ��������� '��������� -  HANDSOME  COLORED  PICTURE  (Suituble for frnniing)  " CHRISTMAS   MORNING "  Will be iircsented with this special edition.  Copies will be put up in pulp bourd wrappers suitable for mailing.  Several Thousand Copies will be printed. i  Orders now received for Advertising and Extra Copies.  LITERARY AND PHOTOGRAPHJC CONTRIBUTIONS     t  -     ARE INVITED.  Aro offeroil as follows :  First Prize ������25.00  Second Prize $10.00  ' First Prize $5.00  Second Prize $2.50  First Prize $10.00  Second Prize $5.00  Local Story or Sketch  Limited to 3,000 worcls-  Photogritphs by Ani.'itPiir  Kssiiy-* or Sketches by Pupilfe  iittendins: the Public Schools  These Competitions nre open to rc.*,ideiit������ of British Columbia east  of the Cisc-ade Rang-'. Contributions I hall be Ihe pr-operty of the  ilonor*. of the prizes. Untiies must be received at the olliee of the  undersigned by September With piox. Each entry should haven motto  attached, with the name and address of the contributor written on the  following form and enclosed in a sealed envelope: ���������  Enlrji fur   %   AdthcM.  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Company, Limited  Revelstoke, B. O. THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  GLORIOUS  TWELFTH.  Orange,Celebration at Vernon.  Maiiy of our citizens toolc advantage  of the excursion to Vernon On Tuesday last, and they nil. report having a  aiio'st'enjoyiiblo day's outing. Seldom,  if ever, lias Vernon had ns many  visitors in one day, and it was rcmark-  p ������d a , more' orderly and respectable  crowd could nowheie. be found. The  ���������day was passed irr games 'and nimise-  inciits, and, all' arrived home at six  'o'clock next morning tired,nnd sleepy,  ��������� lint satisfied with what pleasure they  3iad('in the famed Okanagan Valley.  Tlie  Orangemen, Armstrong, Ver-  ,-non'and Revelstoke Brass Hands, and  Salmon   Arm   Drum  and  Fife  Band  Jformed a procession' and paraded  the  -,' streets.  At the recreation grounds the  Imscbnll' teams,  repiesenting  Vernon  'and 'Eridorby,   hud   a   short   tussle,  , -which resulted in a win lor Vernon by  O to'8.   p-. '���������<,/,  After lunch the Orangemen again  paraded, the former procession being  ' augmented by the lodges from down'  1 *he lake. 'About 1000 people participated, and it may' be safely said that  this f was''the largest' procession Vvcr  Uield'.in the Okanagan.   -   ���������     "'  Attlie'conclusion.of the parade fire-  : anen's sports were  held, and after four  o'clock the lacrosse  match, Kamloops  ���������*-. Vernon.     The Kamloops team was  strengthened by������Rennie'and Janiicson  ,  iroin Revelstoke,'.and resulted in a win  for kamloops by 4'toL.  Thev match  was "the   poorest;-exhibition   of   the  national  game  it' has ' erer' been the  . jiiisfortune of the  writer  to witness.  The passing on both" teams was poor,  '  and any school team.in _the   province  ���������could play'a better gjime.      ���������    ���������  "' At night a concert-was* held - iii the  ..town hall, and  about  11  p. ,m.  the  train for tlie north "left  Vernon,  the  ��������� "Revelstoke contingent -reaching home  at 5:30 a.r m.      ' -,  BAND    OF   HIS    MAJESTY'S  "      COLDSTREAN GUARDS.'.  ���������->-.- ��������� -,- <_  - : i        . j->.    - -  Tlie Mendelssohn -Piano.Company  -    "i-pren.l-.b- cnlrl nno nf, t-hpir'  injlrnmpppplj,  to His  Majesty's  Coldstream . Guards  and are now in receipt pi the-follow-  v * ���������   ing communication : ��������� - ���������      ,*        ,  '\   p,    .".._-   ,   19 Sussex'Street','  '-    \.' South Belgravia,  -' London, S. W.  '_ * England,  '     ,    "   ' : l       y     April 2nd, 1904.  The'Mendelssohn Piano,Co.,      '   l  Toronto, Ont.  "���������   Gentlemen :  I only think it my  duty  to  testify  to the merits' of the   Piano   which' I  rreccived  from you on December 16th  last and reached me  in   safety.     For  .tone, touch and finish its equal is not  -    to be found.  Or       It lias been well tested by   a   great  number  of  leading  London   pianists  and I am pleased .to   say   it has met  '   -with their entire satisfaction.  I can only say that whenever  opportunity affords itself I can but  only recommend your make of Piano  ���������and praise them to the highest degiee.  ,You are at liberty to"~make what  use of this you may -wish, and trusting it will come under the notice of  these requiring'' a good reliable in-  -strument '   ,  Believe me gentlemen  Yours very faithfully,  T. Bedford,  Librarian,  .  Coldstream Guards.  These high grade'pianos  are  available in Ee\elstoke and   may  be purchased through H. N.   Coursier,. who  is placing them at moderate prices.  SAD DROWNING  ACCIDENT.  imm'ediately started to do(jso. Not being an expert swimmer, his companion soon saw that something was  wrong and went to his assistance, but  his 'efforts were of no avail, and Paget  sank in 10 or 11 feet of water. A Mr.  Taylor rushed to the spot'aiid rescued  the body^ but the vital spark had fled,  the combined efforts of two physicians  failing to resuscitate him. As death  wns so plainly accidental no inquest  was thought necessary? ,    '  . The body arrived here on Wednesday evening and was taken to 'the  home of' the parent's. Thc funeral,  which was in charge of the 1. O. F.,  took place on Thursdny'morningjfrom  the family ,'residence to St. Peter's  Church, .where Rev., C. A. Procunicr  conducted the 'funeral ' service, and  thence to the cemetery, where the last  sad rite's were performed. , - ( ,  The deceased was- tt'-yoniig mnii of  sterling qualities, and a geneial favorite in thc 'community wheie hevhas  lived many years, nnd'had but recently'been promote'd to thc -position he  held when so suddenly struck down-  To his sorrowing parents and relatives the mail extends its profound  sympathy, in this thc liour of their sad  bereavement.   ' .   >    ���������  That the deceased wns held in the  highest esteem was evidenced.by the  large-number of floral wreaths, crosses,  anchors/etc.," on and surrounding > the  casket." W'e'.npticed^the, following  names attached,',butL it,, is quite  possible that we mayt have missed  some.' Those" we observed'were from  the I.O.F., O.R.T. Mrs, B. Lawson, Mrs.,  Sibbald, Mrs. Coursier, rM;ss Norma  Smith,1 Mrs. Watson, ' Mr. and Mrs.  Doran, of Sicamo'us, Mrs. Holton; Miss  McPhadde'n, Mrs.S. II. Bolton, Mrs.  XV. M. Lawrence,"Mrs. Somes, Mr. and  Mrs. Floyd, ,Miss Hall' and the'Sal-  vation Army.        ,'  ARROWHEAD.  , ' .       From our own Correspondent.  '-There are rumours  of ' yet.a  third  milKo be built in this .vicinity.1  After a meal such '(as we' have not  enjoyed for many a'day, we took leave  of our. hospitable host .andhostess  having spent'a most .pleasant   after-  .   .i      ������       p ���������'., ' f.    -,-' .  noon.    * '��������� , '  The timbers" for ,the --Presbyterian  church   have   been   hauled   and the  .      ,.      p. p '  Hospital "building ..is \ progressing  rapidly, u With their souls and.bodies  welT looked after Arrowheaclers should  progress both morally'and physically.  . The Rev. Mr. Solly, of Trout Lake,  has been placed in "charge of Arrowhead, which is exceedingly pleasing  to members of the church of England, as Mr. Solly is .very popular .not  only, with his own congregation but  members of  all other denominations.  On the same piece of ground there  are raspberries, currants, red, " and  black, gooseberries, as well as fruit  trees.of all kinds. Around the Shaw-  homestead are vegetables of all kinds,  and looking remarkably well, the 'soil  being a rich black loam that' looks as  though it would grow anything.  Your correspondent paid a' visit to  the ranch of John Shaw, at- the head  of Galena Bay, last week and it "goes  without saying-received a most hearty  welcome from both Mr. and Mrs.  Shaw. A short walk* from the.lake,  and crossing a beautiful little creek,  we came to Mr. Shaw's house not yet  quite finished. When completed it  will be one of the prettiest residences  in this vicinity. Another short walk  over a hard, level trail, through the  shady woods brought us to the straw-  ben y patch, where six of Mr. Shaw'-  family were picking berries with a  rapidity,that betokened lots of practice', and splendid berries they were���������  large, luscious and ripe. That the  children have had lots of experience  in picking will be understood when  we say that Mr. Shaw has picked  nearly 100 crates , or 2400 boxes of  berries this season.  IMPERIAL BANK OE CANADA  'Cmiital Authorized, $4,0O0,0O0.HC.iI<italPaicl U|i, $3 000000.   Kos,t, $2,030,000.  Head Office, Toronto, O.vtakio. ' ,  Branches iu the Northwest Territories, Manitoba,- Ontario and Quebec.  'And   tho  following points, in   British   Columbia:    Cranbrook. Goldon,  ~-    Nelaou, Revoistoko, Trout Jjiiko, Vancom or and Victoria.        .   ,  T. R Meehitt, President. D. K. Wilkie, Vico-Pro.-ident and General Manager.  E. Hay, AssistantlGonernl Miinaeor.    W. Moffat, Chiof Inspector;  ' Revelstoke Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  Savings Dopartmout���������Deposits Hecoived and Interest Allowed.  Drafts sold available iu all parts of Canada, United States and Europe.    _  Special attention.given to 'collections. '  , . A.'K. Piiii'i's���������Manafc'or.  ARMSTRONG.  p From Our Own Correspondent.  ' The Enderby football'club play  a return match 'here^ on Saturday  next. .'.',���������',        '  The newly formed fire brigade  holds'its first meeting,,on Monday  evening.   ''    ' ' :  A new waterworks company is  beingjformed to supply , Eastview  with water.   , *    , ,.  'r   '  ���������''' Rey. Knox Wright, of Vancouver,  for many years resident here, is up  on a'months visit.-   <     . - ������������������  The hydrants tare being' put in,  place here and, the .contract for fire  hall was let to'G. Moberly.' .        ,  "Mr. Holt, of, Portsmouth,"Erig.,  has purchased' " James Wright's  property and has moved in with  his family. ������������������-",' '','" '  . The',crowd,from Enderbv to Ver-  non looked very nice on the 12th.  The'orange colors look well on'the  green background of fig leaves,'  '"' ��������� Conway Pelley met with'a rather  serious "accident,, on Tuesday. ' He  was chopping and the axe.glanced  arid" buried itself '< in the leg just  abovethearikle.  ,       -     -;     ''- . '  ' A reward is being offered by the  Eyes and Adams ��������� of Eden for a  recipe for preserving fig leaves without them'.losing' their pliable qualities".   They want  them for winter  use/, ,     ,'.'-������������������ iXX\ ���������   ,   ';  .'W. H._ Ireland: has; returned here  to reside. He' "has ��������� been , absent  about;fou'i,"yearsw"irr"Manitoba"and  coast,'but, thinks Armstrong,-the  hub   of. .Spa'llumchee'n,'" is,?good  enough for him.'"_"/ .    k *v '    '"'"  :"Armstrong had -the largest lodge  at Vernon on the -12th. ' Consider-'  - . ....  ing that this lodge" is away the  youngest in the district it speaks  well for the rustling abilities of  Messrs. -Rogers, Meldrum- and  Hamill. r '���������    ..  ' Hon. Robt. Green','chief commissioner of, lands and works,'passed  through town on Sunday. He informed an Armstrongite in Vernon  that he was looking around to see  the needs, of the country. But  Armstrong gave a grit majority,  so little Bobbie did not stop off.  . Price's  CREAM  Baking Powder  F0REM0STBAKIN6POWDER IN THEWORLD  Awarded highest honors  -World's Fair. .Highest,tests,  U. S. Gov't Chemists.   ,  Price Baking Powder Co.  CHICAGO, U. 8. A.  and more important"- sphere - of labor,  that rejoicing is' tempered with sorrow  incthe loss whicluwe sustain. ,' -Your  association with this congregation in  its'material "as well'as its spiritual  work hns deeply impressed us. ' Your  exceeding great'care , in the perform'-'  n nee of every duty_ en trusted to you,  your patience and quietness-of ..spirit  exemplify a ch a meter'' worthy of our  deepest respect. - Vou have-been so  closely identified with the church in  its, life and work,'your, absence will  leave a vacancy"difticult to fill:'%_The  heartiness and , fullness of your.sup*  port of Ordinances have .largely contributed to the 'financing success of  the work of the congregation. VAs an  evidence of our"appreciation'~we pre-_  sent you, with this , chain ,and locket.,  Its'intrinsic value but slightly express-  es'bur feelings toward you, and.as'you  'carry, it from day^to "day. ,jt'\will,,ever  speak to you of(our love rand'"respect.  Our prayers for , your '..welfare, '.happi-  ness"arT3 'TlealtfiT'.wjn'^folIow .j'you.as  you go forth from! 6ur"'lmi_dst^'t"May  ,the peace" "ot ^our ��������� Lord a,nd Saviour  ���������Jesus Clirist^.beVever--with'; yoiC;His  love and fellowship keepyou warm'.-in  yonr~spirit"ual,aspira'tio"nst"and be the  "tie! that- binds" our hearts'for time  ^and eternity." ""' ,     '      ,   //���������>' ^  ".  Go-  Carts .  p     'The lei'iders for over-10 jvaiB.    Jfuve  Anti-Friction Wheel Fastener*, Put-  ',   ent Foot Brake,   Instantly adjusted  ,   Rubber Tire Wheels ioi' all   grades.  Enamelled   Genu*,  Oak, Gicen  and  Jlaroon.  Now is the time to get one.  Illustration-, of 2(1 atyle*. from SI .'<0 to S3fi WI mailed  lree on application. Write tor Furniture Cutulojjue  WeiIepBpos,Vietopia,B.C.  COMPLETE  FURNISHERS.  PRESENTATION.  ' On Wednesday evening T. More, of  the C. P. B. despatchers staff. ' was  entertained at the manse and presented by the congregation with a  handsome gold chain and locket in  token of the high esteem in wliich he  has been held during his residence  here. The best wishes of many friends  in Revelstoke go p with him to Vancouver ��������� to ' which point he has been  promoted. The Rev. W. C. Calder  rend the following address :  ���������'To Mk. Thomas More :  Dear Sir :���������We, the undersigned,  adherents. of St. Andrew's church,  learn (with unqualified regret of your  removal from this town. While rejoicing in your  promotion to a larger  LUMBERING.  ��������� The C. P. R. have granted a 40 cent  rate to B. C. lumbermen on fir, hemlock and Spruce consignei^ to Manitoba. '" ,  - The Crows Nest Lumber,Company's  AVardrope mill was burned last week  involving a-loss of $15,000 partly insured.  The B. C. lumbermen condemns the  McBride governiiientfor the manner  in which they neglect the protection  of the forests, one of the most valuable  assets the province has.  The steamship lines whicli thc Dominion government hub arranged to  subsidize on the Atlantic Coast and  Pacific Coasts between Canada and  0 arc expected to de vol ope  important markets for lumber.    *  To a deputation representing thc  Ontario Lumbermen's Association,  who requested the same duty of $2 per  thousand, placed on lumber by the  United States, should be imposed by  this country. Hon. Mr. Fielding,  while holding out no hope that the  deputation's request would be granted  this year, gave them to understand  that something would probably bo  done for them next year.  Charles   Francis   Paget   the  Victim.  (Accidentally omitted lust week.)  .The family of Mr. C. Paget were  isuddenly plunged into mourning,  Tuesday evening, by the receipt of a  telegram from Sicanious, announcing  the death, by, drowning in Shuswap  Kivci-; of Charles Paget, who was C. P.  It. operator at that point. In company with the express agent ho went  out sonic distance from the shore  bathing. Both of them were in the  water paddling the boat inwards,  when the deceased stated his intention of swimming  lo   the shore,  and  &*>, &������cU?ns C^U ^t/iyr-^v^Jy.  Wle^v a, fas  fax, tZS^r&as- jdi^������Mf20^  e-ZUSSZHcamso  E..-.B'. EDDY'S  Qj,  '-'   "KING EDWARD" 1000s.,  ' "HKADLrGHT," 500s.    ' -  "EaGLE." 100s and 200s.   ' ' .  '  "VICTORIA,".      / '"  "LITTLE COMET.",  f p,   ,  FOR  SALE   EVERYWHERE.  '    Are the best that can "be bought.  --.<������������������ '.-������������������'.      <"'        - ' *',.','  'Don't"experiment- with other and inferior brands. , "  .- If."  ~   **I"     ^5^i ~   *^   "5Tr~    *     ���������     ������     ���������     *     * i't. !��������������� ' mC%*!  f\fn. ���������* ��������� ���������* -, * jl _       -��������� - ^^^   ^^^ - m ~ ���������  " ��������� ������������������ ���������"*   '2 "  : HOTEL  ^^^= OOMAPLIX  St  n  'pi  lBeveustgke, b. g:  "..VTf>,y/y Xbrahamson >ros.; proprietors.  Newly' built'.     First-class in every respect. -    All modern'conyeniences..-  -        ; Large Sample Room's. ���������  - '  '''     '  N'-Ratis SI.60 per .Day, " '   \     Special Weekly Rates., >.     ,    u    ������������������  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-.      AiBEBT   ' STOIT-E,      ^RO^-  TJBENS HOTEL  OOMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG-,      -      -      -     Proprietor:  Best brands of Wines,' Liquors and Cigars. '}  :   Travellers to Fish,Creek will find excellent accommodation'  at this Hotel.  Camborne Hotel  DAVE ORll, Proprietor. . *  The best Dollar ti Day House Bent Bumds of Wines, Spirits  in the town.  and Ciftiirs.  "GOOD HEALTH" is priceless.  Adulterated teas its enemy.  Ceylon  Tea  is  your  safeguard, ,  being absolutely pure;.  Sold only in sealed lead packets.     By all Grocers.  <    I..  ,-a.tj  v|  The Best House in Town.;,'-.   Well'Furnished���������-''-'' Good Table ������|v ^  f      Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock. **- ^,     ,  ���������f?" ���������      -p.      , ,. i ���������      yA      ".    . y"'1- ���������.'" ('       '���������r     'Ay.  ���������,v  .       /'W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.     \,'   , ������,y  -M  ....._.L,^ , -jr -/������ *t ^Wi-^ *^1-  v-'ftr" 'frv ..  :uij.,->.ii  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  FRUIT GROWING AT KELOWNA.  IReportby R. M. Palme; Esq., FreightVate Commissioner for British Columbia, formerly Govern-  '.-.', , '   ment Fruit Inspector for B. C, on the Suitability of.Lequime   - ,  ;,   " '/        - Estate for Fruit Culture.   '  '    . One,vitfll'f,iotn,,toW.iwls,tlio success of thc Okanaga.ip Mission fruit is  its keeping quality;-owing,  it  has been  ^iClt^^^^z is Its equal perhaps in flavor, si.e and appearance,-but when it comes to tiie  ���������tc^tofsto.ntre'. llicfuiit cmwn vitlithe'lea^tstoi'iigcproves far superior to the i est.       ,/ "    ',-  ���������  \   Anotlie, liciiofit/rfniit culture in the dry belt is the absence on tlie trees and fruit of  foreign   growth  so, dOn-  nientnl to liis-t cl.i's fmit. , . '   ' '",,       - ' ?  tK'-y^. tftej������^s&&.& ^X^i&^^^  ���������a & 'i:m: in arcady;'���������kjclow xa, h. c * 1  .>,        ' i ,      *' '     i * . '  " ' Peat's such ,i������ 6.111 .lose Scale nnd the Codlin '.Moth aie unknown, and the fact th.it.unly two spi.tyings-.i_ year arj  j co iiii eel,'.ind tli-^iX- n.i aphis, gives n tiemcndou** advantage over the American OtOhardv wheie six and so\eii spi.iy-  in^s aie tho rule,-md .lie imperative for any fruit crop. '������������������'''���������      ������������������ '    '    -  '     " X       '     _        '   r- '    _    CLIMATE.   '/'���������.���������"  ' i     "a wold oi'two on,,climate would not be out of place.'   The' Climate  of  Keloun.i io not given to exticmoo of licit  or cold, with cool nights^wi'thotit exception" -in the   hottest 3uninieis.\     - r     . -  1 In point ofclimatc the  Oka.niig.in >r is-  sion \'.il!ev \ icl l<-   the  n.ilm   to  none.    Xo  doubt ,tho licnc.'iui.i!   inrlut-iice ui the Lake t  ia thcc.itiec excitiipg .ui'c'i'iii'i/iiigcn'rct on1  the tcmpcia'tuie in .--iininiei nud winter.  p      ~       p- a  After the cold   ofyin   E.istein Wintei.  and'the hem of  a   Suninier,  hot   alike day  and niglic. it is no wondei that settlers fiom  thc ea5t feel that they have  indeed  at. last  . *. , i ,  >   ��������� J       .    y       - 'i  tu lived nt ���������      ��������� i     ��������� -  *  -     -'��������� GOD'S .COUNTRY.;���������   ".     ',    *"-  and vciify tne saying th.it il" you 'only   own  ' a barren bill top you have the climate.  Jt, is .1 well known fact, and ime worthy  of note, that any ono who ha? lived in ihe  Millej and Icfi. it is as sine to onio hack *i������  the swallows in -pnng. Theie is aw irre-i?- ���������  tabic fasciiitituin ab'iut it, indesci limbic but  unnii-l.ikiibk'   '  1 r* young appleTftcc-in yi:\ns OLD.)  HOW   I-'lU-rT IS  PACKED. *  4     Apple i;,.xes c.int.im 10 lb-, , I Cherry H-\oj contain 10 lbs (sv.cct) '  1'e.u B,-M\*Cpii\r,ii!iSlSlb*. J *     Cherry li.-\c- contain IS !l������s. (soui) '  Phiiii Coves emwin 20-22 !b=.     ������������������ j '      IV-rrv   Ciares contain   "21 lb.   b.i<-kcts.  c '  VIUCK OF I.AXD AND TKII'-pf^ OP t-'.M.K.  >  Land in u-ideiitial l..r������ of i.o G,< ft. 1<> icre= ai.mc*- the =lior-������ .if tne Ok-nucm Laku. i.nie- in price fruin .-SloO to  .ii'.T.5\'iiid !?idO pei .icu, .iceu.dins to tlio --'tate i.i the land, nheuier ch-arcl ">r hm-fi. -"uuati-.n  <i=   tw   Lake   Fi,intake  GEOLOGY  Of Fish Creek and Lardeau���������  (<Report~of .Geological,  "   \     '  Survey.  The report of R. W. Brock of ' the  geological survey on Fish���������creek and  theLarde.au has been anxiously looked  forward to by mining men interested  in these sections and "is-distinctly  favorable to the^ "prospects of these  sections of the province. Mr. Brock  points out that the rocks at the head  of Menhinick and Murray creeks are  derived from basic eruptive's, and the,  green and grey schists 'are ' in all  probability altered eruptive rocks. At  the head of Menhinick,,Gainer, Cariboo, and Murray creeks occur green  -eruptivcirtcks which are gabbros with  pyroxene crystals and plugioclase.^ In  nil the mineial zones a green, yellow  weathering, rock occurs,-frequently  schistose and occasionally'developing  serpentine. .It carries much lime,  .md is usually called dolomite though  distinctly eruptive'and technically a  diabase schist. Coarse grained  porphyritic grano-diorite occurs (.up  Fish river to 'the north. b The oldest  rocks correspond to the Slocan series  of West Kootenay. 'The sedimentary  series is much cut up by granitic intrusive i-ocksi and highly metamorphosed. The green schists are important on the Lardeau river and  below Camborne. The band of these  schists ' extends "southeasterly, crossing Beatrice mountain, the -Nettie. L.  and Silver Cup, crossing the lardeau  river at Tenderfoot, and extending to  Poplar..    - , '    . ,  K1SI1 KIVI.lt GAMP.  This camp, situated on 'the lower  part of Fish river, ,\v.is located as a  silver-lead camp, but at present the  principal development is confined ijto  gold leads"'The' ores .occur in two  /.ones. Camborne is situated on the  south-western edge of one of these  which extends north-westward up  Menhctiick creek and south-eastward  across Pool and'Mohawk creeks, over  ,01cat Northern mountain to Ferguson camp. Its extension south-eastward from the latter enmp will be referred to later.      '  and distanc iunn ICi loui.'i.  I'n.-t CJu-s I-'ruit Laud-on the. bo'ttutn run? (*s hicii as ->"20.') an.ici'j wh-'it- it I- aii cKia-ii  and   in  oioier oi ipth-ji  ciop down to .jUl)'1 tu. ac-  Bench Land m the'  all c'C'.ucl.   with watet tui ir-  Jeile View Oicl.ard.- "' di.-rnct m.ty tu- bju-_'ht for -������>.>:!:���������  Mti-.il sin������' O.'iiup-tip- wilier -anply :��������� -mall j.-uw U-int;clwrir.'l for tne upln v (,t i\n- iriit-aiion ditch .  "   The Cp.mn.iny'-tonus���������me-ilui-d cash aii'lth-;r,Uvnce  in  c-..nil   im-mI-il m- <-.*'.' a i-.wil^i -o\n\ .v.mi-.umn:  i,.0,-.nt���������..ut-the laud within the i".tch of ,ill. . , _  k'are- Rich:- a re'of ~ii.-h ' -i/e .md -*irh a -r.i.i l.iu' i- r ������   im.ilv   i.i-ii>-   'heie    ilu.u-  lij.ttip'ii a tu1 d.'ine-tip' water -tipplv a  pet  The Coiiipiny's Ancient W  bc-ins au iivple -nUPb' of wirer in the dry^.-t ^--w.n  , Mi'-sroN ( ki:i:k kki.o\sn\. n (  I'ltl'IT fH<OUING  AT KF.LOW.W  I!. M. Palinei   loimei-ly fiov iiiiiii'iit   Fruit  Coiunii--i'nici   for   nuli-di  ('.iiuinbi i, m il.* - i h ��������� foil.,-.' i,i������ n ,.... I oi  Ihe Luqiiime i-tnte whii li U heint,' -.ubdn idcd into unit  fnrn^ b\ the K. lownn  L.ind ,'< Oich.nd fonipanv ���������  fContiniKd ppti I'a t;e Se-K'tiO  .mi.viiiui. nicr.i-o.  , This r zone consists of n'somewhat  narrow bolt^of slate and phyllites cut  by the c-rcyish-grecn, yellow-weathcf-^  ingv diabase-schist lying between  somewhat broad bands of? the green  schist. In width and continuance  this zone- is somewhat irregular,  owing to the nature of the green schist  already alluded to, which' may divide  it into a number.olsuboidinate bands,  but in general it is easily traceable  across the country. Farther to the  north, at the head of Fool and Lexington creeks, and on Boyd, ICcllic,  MoRae, Dullard and McDoug.il creeks  is thc lime ilykc-, series���������the second  minora I i/.ed /.one. This runs* with  considerable lcgiilarity south-eastward. The green schists, so f.n  observed, contain no ore> bodies. A  long line of claims h.is been staked  all along the linie'dyko series. The  ores so fur found are mostly giilciin  with some blende, tetnihediito, a  little copper and iron pyrites, "-with  quart/., calcite, sideiitc, and .some  sericite as g.ingue. Some of thc ore.s  carry high silver values,, but some, ns  tho Alma, on Pool creek, are Luge,  low-guide ore bodies. .Many of these  claims have been crown granted and  arc now lying idle. Little woik of  any kind was being.donc on this licit  dtu ing the past season, intention being largely con lined to the nioic  soiithci ly /.one.  i:va uoi.i) i.n.in.  Claims were located some time ago  mi this belt for ��������� silver-lend. In 1900  ,w\ inexperienced piospcctordiscovored  ,i quart/, vein with some .specks of  galena on the lower slope of Lexington mountain, between Pool cieek  mid I'Vh river, which lie st.ilcod a. a  ���������5ilvtT-lo.nl claim. \s-,nys revealed a  high gold content, and it number of  gold fluiiris were staked on this lead  The Imperial Development Syndic tte,  Limited, of Nelson, was formed to  tak<: over and work some of these  claims, under the management of Mr.  A. II. Oracie After some deveiop-  inent, the Kva group wits sold to the  Calumet and II 0 Gold Mines,  Limited. The Imperial Syndicate is  now exploiting the Olinlla gioup.  The miiiii lead lifts been followed  from Fish iiwr south-eastward over  tho shoulder of Lexington mountain  for ii bout a mil", nud it probably ex-  tr nds tv Pool creek.  i.va t.iionr,  On this group, now being  operated  by thc Calumet and B. C. Gold Mines,'  Limited, the'grcatest amount of work  on the lead lias been done.    The lead  here consists of   two   veins,   lying in  and along two fault planes, connected  by numerous cross-veins and stringers.  The'direction of the lead is about 120%  cutting ihe formation,at a low angle.  At the camp level the confining faults  are 175 feet apart, and dip 80������ away  from one another.     Since   they   are  converging upwards, at No. 6  tunnel,  '500 feet above,   they   arc   closer   to-  gother.'being 90 feet apart.   Below, at  No. :$ tunnel,-the' west' fault changes  its dip eastward.     The country'rocksi  are spotted'phyllites, cut by thc yellow weathering diabase schist.     The  veins'arc of   quart/.,  carrying siderite  and sulphides,, the ��������� latter usually in  small quantities only,'together  with  free gold."    The" sulphides consist of  pyri'te, sometimes   crystiili/.cd   in the  form of cubes, and pyritohedra, a little  galena and zinc blende.   ; In "the Eva  shaft the sulphides, especially  pyritc,  are piesent in quantity.     The  veins  vary in   witlth   from'* a few inches to  manyfeet.     Gouge along thc faults  has'usually con lined  the ore-bearing  solutions within these planes and the  crushed country rock between ^tliom,  so that the  veins  occur along  these  lines and in the country rock between  them.   ; The .southerly vein is called  No. 1, Uie northerly   No.) 2.'-  L.xrgo^  masses of   quart/."  may be  developed,  especially where cross-veins join No. 1  and   No.   2   veins. ,'   The,cross-veins  have-not   been   observed   to   extend  through No. 1 and No. 2 out into  the  country rock. **ln places the .lead is of  solid vein matter, sonietimos  banded,  and with divisional pl.incs  parallel^ to  the,walls or to thc stratification of the  country rock.   - Sometimes,tho veins  hold inclusions  of the" country  rock,  'moie or less, "replaced  or  iniiiorali/.ed  by vein,matter; ��������� in   other   places the  quartz is deposited in   bands  between  the lines of stratification.' -" The rock  between No. 1 and No.   2   veins,, and  the cross vein's, is" itself   often  somewhat  mineral i/.ed   with   quartz   and  pyritc,   assaying   perhaps 42.50   per  ton.   ' Slight faults subsequent to the  vein formation,  so-noting  interrupt'  the'continuity of the vein.   Gold may1  be panned   from   the   quart/,   almost  everywhere, bttt^ the values are not-,  evenly distributed." At No. 5. tunnel  'the vein and thc ,cross vein, wliich  form a small clill' with 50 feet exposed,  are said to run $90 . per ton. The  quart/, in the' win/.e between No. 5  and No. 'i tunnels is said to sample  $7.1 and the dump $50.  RAIL AND STEAMER. [t  Jim Hill is stated to have control of  the Gi.inby mines, und^is rushing his  branch road to Phoenix to cut out the  oie haulage fiom the C. P. 11., who will  retaliate by building n i ail road into  Similkamecn Iroin Speneos 13ridgc.  The l.iilway commission left Ottawa  this" week  and  will- hold sittings-at  Revelstoke nnd Vancouver.        >  " Thc C.  P.   It will   put in  a slip at  Geir.ird.  lincstigating a wreck en the 0. 1'.  It. near Uegmii the other cl.'iy the  official in ch.iigc asked a br.ikcmiiu to  explain the location of tho train crew  when the tiaiu went into the ditch.  Jlesaid: "The con. was up in front  fumbling the tissues, the eagle eye was  oilin' the pin, the hind screw was back  in the dog house lighting the glim,  and I was up ahead bending tho rail."  How is that for train talk?���������Calgary,  Heuild.  SrLKIRK t-ODGB. NO. 12. I. O. O. F.     '  McotH every Tuesday  evening in Selkirk  Hull at 8 o'clock^  IViBiting brethren cordially invited to attend. .  1   . J. MATHIE. Sec  &. B. ADAIR, N.G.  Kootenay Lodge  * No. 15 A.F. & A.I*'  The regular meetings  are held in the Masonic Temple, Odd-  FellowH Hnil. on th������.  third Moiidiiy"in  each month at 8 p.m.  ViHitlng brothren  eoidially ,welcomed.  Mr. .mil Mia. M. Sopor left  for  the  Wm Id's Fair at-St. Louis and   other  custom points,  '   Theie have been sonicline catches of  trout of lute, the first good fishing this  senson.  The we.ithei has been warm and the  ranchers aie busy putting up hay.  Mis. W-. i^colt and Miss Moir have  returned fiom Vancouver where they  have been visiting for two months,  and aie much the hetlci for their Li ip.  .1. Liindy, of Innisf.iil, Alia., is  spending a few days heie with his  friend, It. Nichol.  Mis. J). .St. Dennis, of Slocan, is  spending a few days with her sistei,  Mrs. IL Ahliic.  "Miss-Olive Vanderburgh, who has  been away a ye.u in Portland, Or.,  attending high school, icturned on  Monday.  I!. Hand, who is employed in tho  C. P. It. blacksmith shop, took a trip  to Nel-on and returned this week with  a bride. All hi.s friends heie wish Mr.  anil Mr.,, "u.iiul long life and happiness.  >C. K. PROCUNlHB,|SKCKBrAiHr,  To Trappers  "'"  , <  Raw Purs Bought    .    f -        f;  '      , Cash Prices Paid  F.   B.   WELLS,  : Exporter of Purs.  'xi  1  \  THIS IS NOT EGOTISM:      q  We believe we know   oiir business.-  Our business is  to ,help you do your  business.   We supply up-to-date bust-; (  ncas  moans    nnd ' methods.���������money     .  saving devices and how to use. them.  TENGWKr.L, I.OOSIi-LKAK.LF.IJCiKIt.  Loose   Leaf    Files' and  Ledgers wtli  filings specially ruled, pi-inled, perfor-  atcifand  punched to suit any style of  binder. _ .  -Tl!N"fi-\VEr.L TRANSli'Ult.FII.l-:. '  Kootenay Mail Publishing-Co. L'.imtei.  *     'REVELSTOKE,' 13. O.  NO .BUEIBB .BBEAB  -   p .       *   -. ^y      ..-   - ^  t.   *.  *   *-.-  "p.   In.town than that made       r,"  ,'    at'Smith's   Bakery,  and'.     '  ���������    Cakes of Every Kind  Agents For the Celebrated  MONSOON TEAS.  M.A.SMITH&CO.,  McKcnzie Avenue, Revelstoke.  J. 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Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal^of
H&Minerals on Dominion Lands lnJMfoMi-
' "toba. tho Northwest Territories and
tho Yukon Territory.
Coal.���Coal lands may be purchased at
RO per acie for soft coal and $20 for anthracite. Not more than 320 acres can
, Ibe acquired by one Individual or company. Royalty at the rate of ten cents
per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be collected
on the gross output.        ��� ���       ',
Quartz.���Persons of eighteen years and
over and joint stock companies holding-
tres miner's certificates may obtain entry
for. a mining location. , < ,
A free minor's certificate la erranted for
xxio or more yoais, not exceeding live, upon payment In advance of (7.50 per annum for' an Individual, and from $50 to
Jitt) per annum for a company, according
to i capital.
A free minor having discovered mineral
In place, may locate u claim 1500x1500 feot
by marking out tho same with two legal
posts,, bearing, location notices, ono at
each end on the Hue of the lode or vein.
Tho claim shall be recorded within tif-
,teon days if located within ten miles of a
mining recorder's oilleo, one ' additional
day allowed .for .every additional, ten
miles or fraction., Tho fee for. rccoiding
a. claim is J5. , '       .
At least $180 must be expended on the
claim each year or paid to the mlning.re-,
cordcr in lieu theieof. When ?300 has boon
expended or paid, tho locator may, upon
ibavlng a survey mada, and upon, complying,with other requirements, purchase
�� tho land at $100 an aero.-    '
Permission may be granted by the Min-
*'later of the Interior    to    locate - claims
containing iron and mica, also copper.rln
the Yukon Teriltory, of an area not exceeding 1C0 acres.
The patent for a mining'location shall
provide for the -mmugiiI of n lojnlty ot 2J per
cent ol the sales ol the jioduol* of tlio locution.
Placer Mining, Manitoba and the N.W.
T., excepting tho Yukon Ten ltory .���
Placer .mining claims generally are 100
���feet square; entry fee, * $5/ renewable
yearly. On- tho North Saskatchewan
" Klver claims for either bar or beneh, the
former being 100 feet long and extending
-between high and low water mark. The
latter includes bar diggings,, but extends
back to the base of the hill or bank, but
not exceeding 1,000 feet. Wheie steam
,' power Is used, "claims 300 feet wide may
be obtained.- -      ���     '
Dredging In ' the rivers ro�� Manitoba
nnd the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory.���A free miner, may obtain only
'two leases of fl\e miles each for a term
, of twenty voais, renewable In the discretion of t.'ie Minister of the'Interior. 9-
The lessee's light is confined to the submerged beds or bars of'the liver below
low water mark, and subjo-ct to the rights
'of all persons who have, or who may receive entiles for 'bar diggings.or. Dench
claims, except on the Saskatchewan
Iliver, where the lessee may dredge to
liigh water mark on each alternate lease,-
hold. '.',.���'
/The lessee shall-have a dtedge in oper-
.'-ation within one season fiom the date of
tlie lease for each five miles, but wheie
-n. pei son or company has obtained more'
than one lease ono diedce for each fifteen    miles    or    fi action    is    sufficient.
Hental, S10 per annum  for each mile of
j-iver leased.   Royalty-at the late of two
and a half per cent collected on the out-
. put after it exceed* S10.000. ,.     \.    ���
'     Dredging in the Yukon, Territory.���Six"
leases of live miles each may be granted
+n   n   free   TYiInpr   fry*   a i term   nt*   twr��,.r.,
yells, also lenewable.
'The'lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bed or bars in the river below low water mark, ttiat boundary to
���be fixed bv its position on the 1st day of,
August in the "year of,the, date of the
lease ,t ...
The lessee shall have one'dredge In op
eration within two years from the date
of the lease, and one dredge for each
Ave miles within six years from such
date. Rental, $100 per mile for tho flrst
year, and $10 per mile for,each subsequent year. Royalty, same as placer mining. ' '
Placer Mining in the Yukon Territory.
���Creek, river ,gulch and hill claims shall
not exceed 250 feet,in length, measured
on tho base line or general direction of
tho creek or gulch, the width being from
1,000 to 2,000 feet. All other placer claims
shall be 250 feet square. '' -
' Claims are marked by two legal posts,
one at each end, bearing notices. Entry
must be obtained wlthlmten days, if the
claim Is within, ton miles of mining recorder's olliee.; One extra day allowed
for each additional ten miles or fraction.
' The person or company staking a claim
must hold a free miner's certificate, , '
The discoverer of a new mine is entitled
to a claim of 1,000 feet In length, and if
the party consists of two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the output of which no royalty
shall be charged, tho rest of the party
ordinary claims only.    .             '"        '   ,
Entiy fee, $10. Royalty at the rate of
two and ono-half per cent on tho value
of the gold shipped from tho Yukon Territory to be paid to tho Comptroller. ,
' No free miner, shall receive a grant of
more than ono mining claim on each sep.
orate river, creek or gulch, but the same
miner'may hold any number of. claims
by purchaso,'and fieo miners may work
their claims In .partnership by filing
notice and paying fee ot $2. A claim may
be abandoned, and another obtained on
tho same creek, gulch or river, by giving
notice and paying a feo. '       ,   '
Work must be dono on a claim oach
yoar to tlie value of at .least $200.
A cortlfleato that work has been done
must bo obtained oach year; if not, tho
claim ihall be deomed to be abandoned,
and open to occupation and entry by a
free miner. * i     ,    .
The boundaries of a claim1 may,,bo,do-
fined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the Yukon
Official Gazette.
Petroleum.���All unappropriated' Dominion Lands In Manitoba,' tho North-west
Territories and within tho Yukon Territory aio open to prospecting for peti oleum, and the minister may reset ve for
an Individual or company having machinery on ' the land to be prospected,
an area of 6-10 acies. Should tho pios-
peetor discover oil in paying quantities,
and satisfactory establish such discovery, an area not exceeding (M0 acres, including the oil well and such other land
as may bo determined, will be sold to
the discoverer at the rate of- $1.00 an
acre, subject to royalty at such rate as
may-be specified by order-ln-councll.-
Department of the .Interior. Ottawa,
-robiu.uy. 1801. / '
JAMES A. SMART
, Doputy of the Minister of the Interior.
The Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd
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SPECIAL TRIPS 'w ill be made be:
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REVELSTOKE, B. O.
SWEDE GROUP.
Rich Ore Body Struck.
Bi Crilly, of the" Great Northern
Mines, received a'telegram" from Sti'pt.
Morgan stating that another ledge
had been located on the Swede group
The lead is eight feet in width.
''Eight pounds of hou carbonates
taken' from the ledge and panned
yielded SjUO'in gold. This is .$1.25 to
the pound, which is rich ore anywhcie
The extent of the find is not' known
yet as the ledge had not been stripped
for any distance.
Mr. Crilly.states that thd timbers
are being got out for the mortar and
other parts of;the" frame.for the ten
stamps that arc to ,be   added   to thc
Great Northern mill at "Camborne.���
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News. , u     '
FRUIT GROWING.AT KEL0WNA.
THE MINES.
Lust wcckv Trail smelter shipped
70,000 ozs. silver to China.      , ,,,
A senni of coal 50ft wide has been
found on block '1593, Bust ICootenay.
'A. P.. Garrett is in cliiugc of the
Oyster Ciiterion mine, vice Jus. Lnde
lcsigned. ��� ;
Trout'Lake prospectors have mnde
a "good , strike in thc llo'wser Lake
countiy.      h
A.1 Cowing h.is'mndc a fine strike of
free gold ncai Brantfoid's lanchabove
Camborne.
Duncan 'Ross and partners have
bonded the Silv'ci Cloud claim in Sky-
Lvik^camp for 1)110,000. XT
- A in limbic deposit of schcelitc, rich
ii tnngstic acid,'has 'been" found rn.
Willow  Creek,   Caiiboo.
The Tiail, smelter is handling 000
ton= of copper-gold oie and .i hunched
tons of silver lead oie daily.
A contract has been let to the
Riblet company for-constructing an
aerial tramway at the Triune.
^Silver is again t neai Mho 60 cent'
mink, being quoted at 59-J. Copper
is low, being quoted at 11-1. ''���
' The siher lead industij of B. C! has
so improved that these mines aie pio-
ducing 30,000 tons of lead a year.
' A sti ike of horn 'silvci has been
_mado_'on,to.uth foi,krbfJ-Caslo���Cicck in
two veins,cutting through gianitc*   ���
J. T. Woodrow and F. BX'Wells leve
for the Bend Monday to look byei,
their placer interests at 'Camp.Gieek.'
The Gran by smelter intends adding
two morc-J furnaces, thus' increasing
their smelting capacity by 3000 tons
a day.     '
The Eagle says XV. Davie, J. Grant
and P. Murphy haie struck a free
gold deposit near Ferguson assaying
$200 a ton.
Provincial Mineralogist Robertson
is spending the season in the constituency of the minister of mines,
fiom Ainsworth noith.
A leading mining engineer, who
recently visited Camborne, declares
Fish Creek to be one of the most pio-
mising'mineral sections in America.'
J. M. Cuirie in foi ins thc Topic the
Eva looks hettei than at any time in
its histoiy and that the Cleanups in.
thc futwc [will eclipse the past ,con-
sidciably.     . *���
A gradual inciease in thc pi ice of
silver bullion is expected, the gain
being tlie lesult of ii gieatei use of
silver in subsidiary cunency in America, Etuope and Asia.
, J. Lhingston has uncovered a body
of highgrade ore, similar to that of
the Nettie L. and Siher Cup, on
Eight Mile [creek and on thc same
dike which traveises tbe'Nettie L.
The Trail smeltei is going in hugely
foi maniifactuie of lead pioduct5 such
as lead pipe and sheet lead. The company intend establishing corroded lead
i\oiks at Montical for paint manufacture.
It is gratifying to the mining interests of the proiince to find thc
dominion goiernment so much alive
to the importance of tho mining industry, that they arc appropriating
���f 19,000 for a thorough investigation
of the economic geology of the
country.
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YiqroKiA, 13. Ci, MAvJGth, 1901.
Tin: Ivim.ow.na Land &'Okciiakii Co., Ltd.,
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Dear, Sirs- ' -  "   ,, .,       .'  ', .'*'���>'���"        <<'    "" ' '        ' '''
In iiccmdiinco with your request I have ex.unincd\and beg to submit thc following leport'oivthe Lei.uimo Estate,
Kelowna' O-ovoos Division of Yalc/in legai'd to the suitability of certain,pottions ot the Estate for Fiuit-Giowing
purposes -   " '   ���> . .','..,!'���._> .  , u . . '
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taining .i|i|i!o.\inuilely 2,L'00 neies.   .>      ��
Tlio s-.'nl uf the lull Run ,laml- i~ n deep,
iir-.li.' iilliivi.il di'iii-it/'ci n lino lniiniy tex-
ttne. .i,i.d \ei\ unifoini in cli.nactci ' That
of the biMich land- v-tiii- sxiniCMh.it, but ifc
gcnci.il.i ii line Waim I.oani on lhe sni-
f.i (:'<*, inicinr\i'd. in ]ilncc& (w ith suilacc
stone,,nvl iindeilaid with a hglftci subs'o:'
mi.\('d w ith sniii 11 stone - <
Willi the 'C-Nccption jot comp.iintiiulv
sm.ill iik'.i^ of the lowci-lvmg bottom l.nuU.
wheie nlkiilmc salts aic; ]ne-ent in( e.\"'co��
oi wheie the leicl of the watei is too near
thesuiface.the ti.-icts (Icalt with will cl.issn'y
as Fiist-Class Fmit. Land*
l-Cclnwn.i',is iuath, famed tin Ux ex-1
cclicT^^fMiitpi-cdu?^ . rm:Y,:ARObDO.ici.i.iD.
of  the ,di-tnct;  luim,  cokmr, and qu.ilil.-., _" ,  ' , ,. Kolmiu, ii o . - .
aic'ili'ce p'.n loot in well gio.v n -puc.ni.jns ." Tlie^oil of the, Lequimc Bsuce ranks u-itl'i the bc��t ni that of thr* pro-
ducin',r rfphai(l=' and the lai-'e cnn-Aid .iicia ol suitable fiuit l.tiuU .uc especially we'll adapted tu the development,
and econi'imic.il woikuur nf cwnnioionil orch'aids  t    - '  '  s   '' J , y       '
All kind- of di cidiii.ii.s'l'niis'wInUi "succeed in thc tern|"crate zone m.iy be grown to penection. including 'Appk'-
reni*.,  Pluiii-.,   Chenies,   Peaches,   (.juuices
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CITY COUNCIL.
Contract Awarded for Extension of Water Works.
At thc adjourned special meeting
on Wednesday night, the only tender
before them was that oi Frank Julian,
which was accepted. The contract
price for excavating, brushing and
back-filling is !fl3S0.
No other business was transacted.
Sti.iw bei rics, laspbeiries. black bei i ics. Iogan-
bci i ies, goosebcri ics. ctiriants,* and other
���small fruits, piovided water for irrigation is
furnished as lequiied. '     ti
On thc Lioltoin Lands-, o��;ing to their
ictcntnc n.ttuic and tho niuuial sub-
lii iir-ition ot the soil from the lake duiinc;
the lime ol high w.i'ei ci'i'ipauuiiuly little
-uif.ice ii ng.iiii n i-ipOce.-t.ir\ or desii.ible;
on the Bench l..im!* a plentiful suppl) of
ii i igitjiin ".iiul u nfce^.ui I., en-u e
ticcs* ' Siifh a -upply. I iiii'|p"-'-i".l. i��
available, and ' tlit* cnnt'un p'l the land
f.tvnuia ei|U.ihl'.' and ij'iick diifibuiion
without w.i-to '        ,
Thi' climate of th.> di-uicr i- oiniiu-ntly
"f.iv'iiir.ible tn Flint Producti"ii   i;=  (!i'v"ues-,
' piovents orcheck-a tin .ltielnpineiit of those
fungous diseases   �� Inch in n'.i-i.'i   .iudlces>
iiivotucd   di-li.ct'=    !i",y.";l���u.">'li   tiees  Sind
fiuit/'ind tho l'linuin iv nf '.ho di-ti-ct f:oni
desti uct!\esto:inai-.i nm-t iiitpijt.int f. all ie.
TlieN.itui.il Ad.imtasto of aoil and chni.ito sue nil   that'c in be  dosiicd,  and   with   the .ippii.:.if.jn nf c.u- and
skill to the b' suie��- of n uit-gin,\ingI"m.iy bo relied upon to piodnco fruit which  will equal oi excel that   of  ilu>   nif't
favomecl section* of the l'.iciuc Slope. Youis veiy liuly, ,
v .   ' (Signed)    IL M   PALM Kit.
' ' * Ficiiiht K.ite Coniini-^ionci for ihitish Columbia.
IJlei.liciin Orjii.-o, L wloii With Fruit.
-^wnHisaKn-HKyp?'^.'-.; naaam  ; m~,������ tj..?h^^c- '-  .....JPT"      *-\.**   -     \*      -.        ,   I.'.'i.   P'-' ' 'r'/lj^-P *.-'n.+ "   -&^   .-P.     -  .'Pj,i..1> '  1"' '      "'  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  .>.its  ike  If you think you "would  to'Start .   "  TAKING   PHOTOGRAPHS  just call and'Xscc the variety of  CA  AT1S1 D ".  eras;  AT THE  CANADA DRUG &  BOOK 60.  all -the, ntc'essai-.y  . chemicals. ���������  They keep  supplies anc  -  Call, or send a post card for  .Catalogue.,  Ith,  at  Rev-jl-  Mis.  E.  Kim-  -      BORN  J\i.miii:ui'.v���������On   .July-.  ������������������ stoke, to Mr. aiid  berly, a son.-     r'    , ���������    .  . 11.y_mii.tox���������At 'Coinaplix-, 15. C, on  - ���������' -July 11th, to Mr. rand Mrs.  ,     '   Wm. Hamilton,,a daughter.  &  OK  SMELTER  TOWNSITE,  uyybur Lots  now before the  raise  | i       Ir <, I* ( ,  ,. Sixth, Seventh, Eight, and;  Ninth Streets now being,,  surveyed,, which consist^ ���������  j'y of all. lots between   Oity  Park and.Town.  REVELSTOKE INSURANCE AGENCY  ,'   LIMiTED      -      -  , \, ���������  ������' ./":���������:., ''"Agents: .,."'"-".  }    MARRIED.      "  . 3ri:xi>i:i!SO.v-'.MoAM:i:si:���������At tho Prc<-  'bytcrian Manse, -Thursday,  July  . 1-lth by Ke\\ W. C. Calder, Joseph  ��������� - Henderson;    C,  I'.   IL  engineer,  Field!   to Mi.-t. Annie McAleese,  <���������       c of Hovclstoke.  . - ' ��������� \,  Local and General.  Kruger has died in Switzerland.' -  ..-   The mounted police in   Alberta ran  across a'desperate cowboy whom -they  had to shoot.0 "' '- ,��������� , .-"*"  The   Woodmen' of  the World  arc  ���������opening a lodge  iii Revelstoke.     Mr.  Shhooki   is- organiser.5     .About   ,-25  . -   p    . v . --        ip  ^members have enrolled.    .     ,    ,  ' 'We have to thank Mrs. -Adair for a  ���������generous -, sam pie of strawberries  raised on her ranch near the" city.  They arc of large size and of most  delicious flavor.  It. XV. Brock, of the  geological sur-  ���������vey   estimates   that" 600,000   tons of  rock came down in   the  big landslide  at -Whisky   point  on   the  north arm  above Arrowhead.  K.-W. Brock, of thc geological survey, says the deepest point ascertained  in his survey of the north arm of  Arrow Lake, was 550 ft. a quarter  mile cast of Whisky point.  The' Toronto Globe's sixtieth anniversary number is probably the  finest special number ever issued from  the Canadian press, and, it will only  be rivalled by the next Christmas  edition of the Kooru.NAY Mail.  The suit ot Mrs. Duchesnay against  the C. P. R for damages  for  the loss  of her husband while in the company's  ' service will be heard   at  the   present  * sittings   of   the   Supreme   Court   at  Vancouver. ���������  The oflice statY of the tourist association at Is^ew Westminster is  apparently not overburdened with  courtesy. Some visitors who called  at that oflice the other day to enquire  -GENUINE  DALMATION  INSECT POWDER  Purest and Be.-t���������That's the Red  Cross Kind.  TANGLEFOOT  Frc-.li St'ick���������needs no comment.  It,catches 'em every time.  SURE  KILL  J'oison 1'nper���������Means just what its  name: implies,' vi/.., sure death  (to Hies)���������That tlie Ked  Cross Kind.  Come to the Red Cross  for relief from Hies and insects  during the summer season.  THE BED CROSS KIND IS/THE BEST  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  C. A. Aimms, MnnnKcr.  as to the bctt sights of-New Westminster were referred by'the smart  clerk to the insane asylum, and left  the rooms and the city in disgust.  -��������� The school ' trustees, with1 commendable promptitude, have" taken  steps to ascertain thc probable num  ber of pupils with a view to establishing a high school in Revelstoke."  In the dominion elections Yale  Cariboo,1 Kootenay and Comox-Atlin,  will be ' treated as bye-elections, "the  dates for which" will"bo fixed by the  rotnmine officers, owing to -the1 diffi-  cu I ty^d f ���������ren ch i n g nil pol n ts . w i th  ballot-boxcsXitc     ' ������������������__        .  The   Windermere    district ",'ladies  '        ..-.        '"./.'-    f'i'J'*  ���������ifle   association   is   proving   .-,a,������-big  success/ If the -Jadies of^Revelstoke  would' form ������,iin - association "and  challenge the men to a'shooting'^'com-  petition it would, awake much-interest  in ride practice. i    >.  Headmaster A.,E. Miller, is to ('be  congratulated on the excellent results  achieved by him ' in thc i annual examinations of -the Revelstoke school;  this school having'shot ahead to first  place in rank ot'( the educational  institutions of the province.  rn his report on thc geology of Fish  Creek and Lardeau, R. W. Brock, of  the.geological survey, says his . party  was particularly indebted , to Cory  Menhinick. A. H. Gracey, J. Knox. J.  and V. Lade, G. Attwood,.D.' G. Forbes. B. Crilly and others for their  kindness and assistance to the party  during their survey'of the district.  In his sermon on Sunday evening  Rev. XV. C. Calder stated that last  anniversary ot the Orange celebration  a Revelstpke paper said the Orangemen were scratching up members and  hoped they would scratch a hole deep  enough to bury themselves.. The  press,of Revelstoke is entitled to some  explanation from Mr. Calder of such  a charge as we venture to1 say neither  of the Revestoke newspapers made  any such absurd statement. The  people look to the pulpit to stick, to  the truth and to guard against  appeals to race and religious prejudice  based on wild imagination.  Business Locals.  Read C. B. Hume & Co's advt. on  first page of this issue.  Revelstoke";and~Trout "Lake--city  lots for sale.    H. N. Ccursier.  Knos Fruit Salt���������best for summer  health. Fresh stock at the Red Cross  Drug Store.  FKRE to the public, rich and poor,  fifty dollars reward to any ono suffering from rheumatism which the Ffot  Springs fail to cure. For particulars  address Mr3. E. McDugall, Nakusp, B.'  C.  Get fresh Insect I'owder at the Red  Cross Drug Store.  IT. A. Brown has returned from h is  eastern trip and reports the sale of hi.s  "Union", "Our Special", and "Marca  Vuclta." brands of clear Havana cigars  to be extremely satisfactory.  Read tho ad of Thc Revelstoke  Insurance Agency.  Get Tanglefoot for flies at Red Cross  Drug Store.  Messrs Hobson and Bell, who  have  been for some time on the, staff of  Bourne .Bros, store,' 'have purchased  M." A. Smith A-;Co's. grocery, and  bakery business. u ,  Get'Insect Powder and Gums for  Hy time-iit the Red Cross Drug  Store.  W.J. George has .opened up a stock  of handsome fancy blouses,  fancy tns-  t ,  sore silks and polka dots.  Fans���������fans���������fans. A now lot of  palm leaf fans���������5c. each, at Canada  ���������Drug and Book Co.  ' Some ' splendid bargains indwellings and building lots','H.'N. Coursier.'  ���������Trueman's Studio will'bo^pen this  visit until Tuesday evening, July 10th.  Don't neglect sitting .and ' be dis-  appointed.'i i  ,.        ��������� '   ,  Most    up-to-date-, furniture    ever  shown   in   Revelstoke   at". moderate  prices.    Howson & Co.       .   '',"..,  " Fly time���������fly   paper,   powder   arid'  gums at Canada;Drug and Boole Co.,  C. A.' pWarren has purchased'the  East Kootenay Trading l Company's  business at Golden. -   ,  Large, line of carpet squares -at  Howson's.      ��������� .  See H. Manning's clioice stock of  Cadbury's chocolates just imported  from England. The _ most ' neatly  packed and best goods ever offered in  the city.  C. J. Wilkes has been appointed  ,agent for Massey-Harris' buggies and.  wagons and farming implements.  A.' Hobson and G. W. Bell, of  Bourne, Bros, store, have purchased  the bakery and grocery- business  carried on by M. A: Smith and Co.  and will take it over on August 1st.  Prescriptions are our specialty���������we  deliver promptly.. Give us a trial.  Reef Cross Drug Store.  H. Manning has added to'his store  a handsome show-case which displays  well the-most attractive features of  his stock.  One of the most useful fnstitu tions  of today promises to be The Diabetic  In.-titute of London, established for  scientific Ve.-earcli into the origin,  cause and treatment of Diabetes and  ��������� the secondary symptoms: gout, rheumatism, carbuncles, etc. Hardly any  dije.is-o is so little understood, and at  the same time so insidious and dangerous as Diabetes, which, according to  the highest modern authorities, is  curable after all, when treated in time,  ff interested write to the Diabetic  Institute, St. Dunstan's Hill, London,  K.C., for free information.  G. rf. McCarter left Monday to attend the sittings of the .Supreme Court  nt Vancppiiver in the interests of the  Empire Linn tier Co.  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  I Social & Personal.  The Mayor returned Tliursday from  a visit lo Calgary. '  - The,Dramatic Club will give an en-  tei tain ment on'i Labor Day.  F., Field, formerly of Golden < and  Field, was drowned''nt Nanaiiiio. ,  ,1. Lawson and family will move to  Vancoiiver^lctling their'housc here.,  Mrs. and Miss Spragge, formerly "of  Revelstoke, arc residing at Golden.  Miss Brown has , resigned her  position as teacher at Albert Canyon.  A."Frascr, watchman on the gov-  ci'iimcnt'di'edgoj , was drowned near  Goldon"        ,     ' < '  y  Mrs. J.C. Hutchison has'gone' to  Vancouver to take a course at the  Normal school.  Mr, 'and Mrs. M.' Crawford will  make their home in Mr. Snyder's new  house on Third Street.        '    ',. ,  'J. M. Scott went' to Vancouver this  week to attend'.the supreme court  sitting on,behalf of clients.   ,  Mrs. Geo. Moscrop, of Vancouver,  is on-a visit to Revelstoke, thc guest  of Mrs. E. Moscrop of First St.  Mrs..Scott, wife of Judge (Scott, is  here on-a visit to her son, J..M. .Scott,  and is accompanied by Miss Scott.   -  W. M. Lawrence has 'received tlie  sad news of the death,-by drowning in  the Red River at , Winnipeg, ; of. his  nepho'w, Bryce Lawrence, "age'd seven  years.       ."���������"-" "'     y,  ~'~'  B. R: Atkins; customs' collector of  Revelstoke, fund Mrs. , Atkins ' has  gone to the const on axholiday.^They  were accompanied by Mrs. J. Ii. Jack-  sen'.  _ ���������   ���������        ' ������    ��������� r       '  Mr. and Mrs.' Johnson,- schr., parents of Messrs.-Johnson, of the Empire Lumber Co., 'have arrived ou a  visit to'Revelstoke and have leased ;J.  C.'Hutchison's house on First St. ".  - Photos of Revelstoke girls'exhibited  at li. il'. Trucman & Co's. studio, at  Vancouver'listvc attracted much attention in, that city, which .envies  Revelstoke several ��������� of .its handsome  young ladies'. ' ���������       -'   '"   ���������   ',  ,. Mr.-'McClcery, secretary of the Empire Lumber Company, * has retired  from the company, and left' Monday  with'his wife and children who' have  returned to their home in the States.  Mr. McCleery may return to Revelstoke to go into business. At the  Club on Saturday night he was presented with a haudsome gold-headed  cane.  The marriage took place in London  of Lady Marjorie Gordon,;bdaughtcr  of the Earl anl Countess ofJAberdeen,  to Captain John . Sinclair, ���������M. P., for  Forfarshire, Scotland. Captain Sinclair, who is ii years of age, served in  the Soudan expedition in 1885 and retired in 1887. He was secretary to  Lord Aberdeen while thc latter was  governor-generalp of Canada.' Lady  Marjorie Gordon is 24 years of age.  On Thursday the marriage was'celebrated by Rev. XV. C. Calder, of J. Hcnd-  erson.VC."P. R. engineer at'Field, with  Misb McAleese. Miss Bell was bridesmaid and McLeod attended the,groom  The bride wore a handsome gown of  cream silk. ��������� After the ceremony the  happy couple left for the south on  their honeymoon trip.  The ' Trout Luke Topic reports thc  marriage at the Church of St. John  of Miss Ada Ray Fleming', niece of  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Taylor, to A. F.  Solly. The ceremony was performed  by the groom's brother, Rev. H. A.  Solly. Miss Ethel Vipond was bridesmaid and W. Wilkic groomsman. The  church was tastefully decorated with  palms, ferns and flowers. The bride  looked handsome in wedding gown of  white lawn, the skirt slightly entrain,  tucked and shirred with lace trimmings. The bodice of a soft, full  pattern was prettily trimmed and  shirred with point luce. The bridesmaid, Miss Ethel Vipond, was very  handsomely attired in white over blue  tucked and shirred with lace trimmings, carrying a bouquet of pink  roses. After the ceremony a wedding  breakfast was served at- the home of  the bride's aunt, Mrs. Geo. X. Taylor,  after which thc happy couple boarded  the boat, for Nelson and southern  points on their honeymoon.  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures ������JS. Put In'.  Second Street, Revelstoke  -'(><  SUMMERTIME".  ItEEP KOOL  *!'  By putting on Screen Doors, and' 'Screen Windows.  .     , We'have them at prices' within''the 'rcacb of <all.  '' ',       '     Wc also have a good stock   of ..Refrigerators,   Ice  Cream Fiee'zcrs���������and if you ,dow not want to have a  ..     ',  " ' hot.kitohon ti-.cn Coal,Oil Stove, from ifLOO up.'  ���������DON'TPOEaET    "��������� ', "��������� /���������.."/.? /'*  ',!   t, .     XVq also have a first class stock of Lawn   Mowers,  ,,','���������-   iv'   "'   Grass Shciuv, Garden Hose and Sprays."'.  'W.':M..-LAWRENCE.  -  'Kou ai.i., Kinds oi', MAiujwAiiK. -   '  (        ..i  *4  ia  J. MALEY  WILL,   RE-OPEN  Hip< I-'I'pwor. fruit iukI Vonotnlilo Storo In  .1. SAMSON'S HU'Il.DINO. SKCON1) STREBT  ON    MONDAY,   JULY   4-th  I-'rfi������li V-iK-iti-lilo-i, Pot Pliuits nnd Flow-ir-.. and  Fruit lor Sale.   Orders Inkon for locally Brmvn  Toniiitu nud otlior I'liuita for JCttmifOiil.  Get  Your  SpriDig Suit  im M      Union-Made-at 4  M." A. /Wilson,  Fashionable  Tailor/; ,  <Mckenzie avenue,'  NEXT TAYLOR BLOCK.  The only-place in town you ,caii get' it.  OUR 'NEW  Wall Papers  Aiti: Open' For You it Lvsi������i:ctio.n'. _  T7HOM   Well  Coloriiins   in'Hull   and  Lr  Kooin Dop-i-jns to Dainty Ulminhor     -  KlToct*,   our, Stool:   and   Pricos should  '  moot tlio most oxnctiiiK roiiuiromontb. -  R. Howson & Co.,  Furniture Dealers. Picture Framing-.  Undertakers & Embalmors. '   ...  Job f litfng  ^ "It., TheJ(ootenay  Expeditiously..--...,    ���������>-..  Executed at. . ^ai! Office.,,-  They ape Eire Proof!  ' v '     _'     BABBIT YOUR BEARINGS' WITH  CANADA METAL GO'S. Babbitt  p.  BURNS & CO.  , Wholesale and, Retail  .   .   .   .   Meat Merchants  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage.:  -s^^ssB^Calgary, Alberta  orrisoii  , [Successor to Dr. Curry.]  Dentist  Gold Crown and Bridge  Work a Speciality.  Dental Parlors over Bew's  Drug Store,  MACKENZIE AVE.  WAH   CHUNG,  General Store and  , Restaurant Keeper  A I'l-imc Stock ot Groceries,Fruit,  Vegetables.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS  Try our Iced Sodas, Ice Cream, Strawberries nnd Creiini.    Can't be  beaten in the City.  FRONT ST., REVELSTOKE.  Chas: Sam Woe  WASHIN G,  LAUNDRY  LABOR CONTRACTOR  FRONT STREET  (Opposite Joss House, Gold Hill Hotel  Building.  J. THORNTON,  Painter, Paperhanger  and Sign Writer.  Estimates pi von for all lands of liouso pniutintr-  Orders for PaporliiiiiBing and Knlsomiiiiiig wili  receive prompt attention.  ADDRESS : P. O. BOX 2.12, or  SECOND ST., Behind C. P. R. Shops.  Orders left at J. \V. Bennett's will bo  promptly attended to.  A. E. BOAK  has opened in the Cowan  Block  tlie  best makes of silverware.and cutlery.  Agent for Raymond Sewing Machines  Pianos and Organs sold or cxchiuiccd  THIRD STREET,      - -      REVELSTOKE

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