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 r V',''  READT6Y  smo  T'"?  '.U  \'(.���������',  READ BY  -T. J  -** ii"V  5f5������0  Vol. ll'f-No. 17.  .  , toy,'.������'/"--���������   '  - ������  KEVELSTOKE; B CL JOEY 23, 1904  $2.00 Per Year.  11  i  I  ��������� < .i  ������������������.fi.V;'/./,',,,  winner  >,.v.^. >..:;.:  " \  " \ i 'i l' ; ,  .     < ~ ' .  NOW. is .the, time to procuio those goods' needed -for the, approaching  wann^\\;cathcr.     Our stock is now complete nnd \vc uro'showing  tho finest range of Ladies Dress Goods, Wash Muslins, Blouses, Tailor- ���������  ,   made Costumes, Boots and Shoes, and,'Gents' Furnishings, to bo had"  v.','-.' ?~ ���������',        i     , in the'city. * ���������    -. '       ,   '" . ',   '.,   ��������� '  iii Dress Goods^  ' Canyas/:Cloths,- Flakes,' Voilles,-- Sicilians,-"-Grenedines,  f .VicuW:'C16thsJ'> are'among the}newest" weaves^we.f are.  " ,-ysHowingt-^Ratiging'iii'pf i<fes from'50c." per' yard;'up:   -  fVV>'VPrices from ioc.'per yard up.' ��������� ><<.;  Oiirf Specialty inJ,Ready=Make - Clothing:,;^ -  .   In Ladies-* Goods'our Stock .is .varied .and complete in, Tailormade  , ,'   -      /'V-Costumes, Skiits,-Blouses, Cotton Underwear, etc.-,:fr''f '  *        ' ' 'fv-'l'.f        "l   ' '",*"'��������� ' l.\'"'-t  l- ���������** "~'s -PiuriiisliMjErs  LATEST  , TELEGRAMS:  (Special to ihe Mail.]'  B. C.'Wins1 King's Prize. '  Bisley, July 23.���������Private Perry,  of Vancouver, won' the King's prize  with score'of'321 points."/.  ',    ..Wife Murder.    ..;:  Halifax,' July 23.���������'At Kentvillo  today Wm. I. Robinson was sentenced to be hanged Sept. 12th  for  0 I '    "t     "  murder of his wife.    - ,'lj^,-  , We areJsecpficLto none \n(iup-to-date-styjes and values '  "' in   'Suits^I^ahts:' Shirts,   Natural-'Wool tand'.^Silked -  *y"' " .  ,'B'albriggan Underwear.    '-"Hat's and''Caps. .. \;  :'"       ������.' > f-][���������''-.//.'},Prices within reach of all.' - #, >'" ,,',';"  ,'Dressmaking \Dep.irtmcn' in,connection witli store in'charge,of"!       '  Boundary Deal. ���������-,'/"  Grand Forks,'B.C., July 23���������A.'  C.' Flumer'felt -and H. ^N.'-Galer  have purchased ' L. 'A: Manly'sjn-  terest in British American',Trust  Co.. Ltd.       -'"'���������'   ' '   "'   "������������������'  ���������    ,       Church Union., u -. . ,  Toronto,'���������July 23.���������The general  conference of the committee'of ���������' the  Methodist church met_ yesterday  and decided to increase the church',  union committee to equal the-com-  mittee of Presbyterian and Congregational churches.     '       '  DEPARTMENT  LIMITED.  Samples  STORE  If you have a vigorous growing boy put him in  '   '   '' LION  BRAND " Clothing.      .  The best wear Resisting gar.  . merit's 'we know of. Youthful  and becoming" patterns ; we  have the odd pants too, made  with double seats and knees,  the wealing kincl.'  COMMERCIAL.  A new development is taking place  in transportation. Merchants' in  Revelstoke ancl other points or" Kootenay are now getting their consignments ahippcl'via C.ilg.uy instead of  Yancouvei .is hioheito, with the ie-  sult that tiade is being diverted from  theco.ist. This is the lesult of the  taiilV lecently accoidcd Calgarj.  ", '  ' ��������� Murder Case.  ������������������ Wpodstdck, N.'B.', July'23r���������:  George Gee was hanged this morning for the murder of his cousin',  Millie Gee,1 nineteen* years 'of'age,  last March." The murder 'occurre'd  as,the .result.of ^ a dispute., oyer a  game of cards:   <.;-._������   ���������'   ,.'- ^"1  b.. , ... - 1. -       -**      '     - *.rf--.-^-     a  ..   .,-.��������� Strike Settled. ���������'-;-*-  \ Sydney;,C. B.'/july, 23.���������The  strike at the' Dominion' -Iron-and  Steel plant''was' declared off this  morning, the men,"returning to  work at, wages received previous to  the strike. Some of the ringleaders  will not be taken back under any  circumstances.    y   ��������� ,  Union Station jor Toronto.  Montreal,,July 23.���������The Grand  Trunk', Canadian Pacific, and  Canadian Northern have come to'  an agreement respecting the new  station at Toronto. It will be  built by a terminal company in  wliich the three roads will be  interested.  B. A. Law sun left for the coast Sat-  uidny on 11 holiday, dining winch he  will attend the lille meeting. This i-.  Hi. Lawson'o tiist holiday tup in  si,me yciii:-.  Bews says:  ��������� Need a Hair Brush ? "  Our new stock includes ninny  \.uietie= and many piiced blushes���������Soid   Back*���������Ileal   Ciisties.  Prices   are   "Cheap"���������not  the Brushes.  Waiter Bews, Phm. B.  THE WAR.  1     1      ���������' ,       '         . ir'  Another Battle Reported���������Jap-'  . anese  Defeated��������� Russian  '  Fleet Attacks Chinese Steamer���������Lloyd's Fear War Between Britain and Russia���������  / Japs  Break Russian fLines  rand March-on Mukden���������The  Big Battle Raging. ������,, ,.     '������'  *Ta-Tohe-Kiao, r July 19.���������Sharp,  fighting was reported 'yesterday to  tttie north-east, and it is stated that  'Japancse^ilost ten, 'guns. Their  forces were pushed back 1 and "their,  positions "occupied, as was Suiamsi-  tisze. I'f-If this report-be'true, it indicates _a._heavy,engage"ment:C������_' }L  *WasHing'ton,".,.July"-20'.7-:Fofeign'  Office at Tokyorrepqfts :"o, "Atr9.30  a. rn.-on-'July 20th, theA-Vladivostbk~  squadron," fired '-on and sank a  Chinese steamboat of 318 tons, off  the'coast.of Iso-Ya. ~ All- of the  ere\\fwere landed safely at Yesan."  rLiaooYang', July  20.���������The  Ru<=-  i . ������' i  sian 'eastern army" attacked the  Japanese'on the, other side of the  valley of the Laio river. " Lieut.-'1  General Keller, after6 a hard fight,  compelled the Japanese to   retreat  <with great loss.^ "      1"   ' (  .General Herschelmann, on July  19, had a successful engagement,  forcing the Japanese to rapidly' re-  :treat on their "main j force. The  Russian losses-were 200'men killed  and wounded.      '     <?;- < 'x  London, July 21.���������The Associated1 Press learns the Russian ambassador "\assuied' -the" -foreign  secretarv- his government had no  - *,i_ ."���������.'-'��������� ' - -- ^ ' *��������� . ^ 1.,-.  ���������interitiofrof mfrihgiiig-'on the riglils  of Biitain, 'or'" any 'other nation,  and if a-mistake ~had been made'  in theysoizure^of "the Malacca, the  steamer w,ould,be immediately restored and damages would be paid.  London, July 21.���������Twenty Gu'in-  ies per cent, was quoted at Lloyd's  to-day for insurance against'the  .out break of an Anglo-Russian wnr  within three weeks.  Liao. July, ,20.���������The Japanese  have broken through' the Russian  left flank, and they were marching  on Mukden.  London, July 22.���������A Russian  correspondent of the " Daily Telegram "says: "A fierce fight has  been raging during the past two  days and still continues. The Japanese, who are superior in stiength,  attacked'-with great daiing and  coolness. The Russians are contesting the- ground' splendidly.  The Japanese flanking movement  to the east is'the real cause of the  attack.  Heavy losses have been sustained. The Japanese artillery has  again shown its' superiority. "  ,Wc are receiving'weekly shipments of  splendicl   Butter  3  ���������l\, direct fcorn the  factory  in  lb.J prints,'   14, 28   and  56 lb. boxcs.r,  1 " ���������  '���������Deave your'orders for Berries and-1-other. Fruits as they  ' come in!    We also have Preserving.'Pahs'in   Alu- ������^  ''''."' ^       1 '". ���������      ' t "   '  &$&  ; ;, milium , and   Granite,, ware,   Sealers,   and t sugar. r&h  I   .v.?   Hardware',   Harness, f Crockery,,  Glassware,''Hay :S  l;VpUVand Feed.    'Agents for McCla'rys Stoves. / ' ' "?  1;.- r..i>Jif.j,-f if.. ������������������������ f,. '  '���������'������������������'  f   1  ������  ...-'-.  -.���������  I'.-'t.. 1 ���������  Y" Headquarters  for: Groceries, '^Harness,  etc.   .  !,,-.'���������/���������,- -^     .-.���������  ���������-_' ',1 ������������������'.,' "   - ���������      i ,.^7;,-v   ,    -,   .!>; .,  IVV       '  \~: i  &  is '  ,'l  ���������������������������' ', -l-  POLICE COURT.  Dining the night of Sunday- last  the ciish register of the Queens hotel  \sas rilled of about $20, ai'd a bottle  of brandy also disappeared. The door  leading to the bar had been burst open, in which condition it was found  by the bar tender in the morning.  John , Davis was charged with the  olVence, he having been around  all night in a state of intoxication. After a patient hearing  of all the evidence in > the case, the  Magistrates came to the conclusion  that a sullicicnt case had not been  made out against the prisoner, and  gave him the benefit of the doubt by  discharging him.  -���������tf���������f. .<���������,.',���������-. >:-��������������� *;���������/ -,���������*- ~r      <,.  ;." '<.../   >   '  , .We'are pieptiriiip;~forstoclc;takiiig, and in going tluough ourbtock  '* lind'.odds and ciids^tbat,M*e have nut on'dur counters and aie otVer-,  i;nig.ut lass-jtlian/nrnnufactuicrs', jnices.^-.'iTliisfisAi'.jnoiiey^sav.in^ >  price '.ale. ^    '        *  v-1'.*!'-  "    '��������� ���������"      '  '. -   'jt"' ",        -,,    '-   '-,  Dress Goods, Muslinss& Organdies, ^Vhite Cotton,  Women's Dongola Lace, Shoes,. Prints, ^  1,;_./ Blouses & Skirts, Ladies' White wear  Mti^-t be Cleared Otit to  rriaKe room J^or Fall GoodJ  Ladies' Wrappers     . '  -  .      '        Regular Trice .112.00.  3- Xou -liJ 00..  Boys'1 Furnishings   ��������� '. > '  .   * Regular $2.50.   Now $J.2C per suit. .  '  Roys' SJiirt Waists, icguliir $1.00. Xow75c each.  Colored Shirts ��������� - '       '    ', '  Regulai Trice $1.25.   Xow 50c.  Millinery���������All our Trimmed Millinery at Sale  ' Prices.  \V.  X  !RE1I3D &d' "^"OTTDSTGr  Midsummer  v di cl 11C- c  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  T,.  O.   1.. /  The Provincial Grand Oi.mgc  Lodge has: appointed Robert Bicchin,  master Vancouver Loyal Lodge, Xo.  1500, giand organizer for British  Columbia.  A^ain we are putting the knife in our  Clothing prices. All our entire stock of  clothing must go in order to make room for  the famous " Fit-Reform."  We have'picked out a few lines of fine  shoes that we are clearing out below cost.  See our bargain counter.  Saturday, 23rd inst., will be a Bargain Day  with us.     Don't forget to come and share  in the many bargains wc are offering.  A word about Groceries. In this line  we are doing a rushing- business. Always  a fresh line of staple groceries on hand.    '  FIRST      STREET.  "fg?i!tsmfC,r  ijr, THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  1  ��������� ������ ,'  THE WAR.  Japs Hoax Russians and Prepare for Final Assault on  Port   A rthur-7 Britain   and  - Germany Will Stop Russian  Operations in Red. Sea-  British Fleet Sailed for  There. '    ,,'-,,  'St. Petersburg, July 10.���������rt appears  ''now the  despatch   reporting  the loss  '  of 30,000' Japanese   was   a miserable  '  hoax of the Japanese themselves, suggested   in' order   to mislead General  '.Kuropiitkin and to'cause  him to, advance.   The consequent" mortification  , and disguest felt has no likeness.    To  make' matters ' worse, -according   to  latest  despatches.  General   Oku    is  .Beiioiihly   threat en ing   New  Chw.i:i������  with'a'large force,   while   Field Var-  sVshal OyamO. b"af V������fc*������ ,M  diucfiou  "^1 ^"Investing trees',utt'oitAMliUl',  .Tokyo,    July "lO.-Tho    rn.peri.il  ', Headquarters,'   Staff oiTiciiiily   denies  , the reports   that   the   Japanese   lost  - tJuGOO'inei'i   int ft   battle   near Toft  Arthur,on-.,|L,|Viptb.������r,1Jth'" f^ "5  , filiot wus> fned on citber.slde.' "'  :-Berlin, July,17��������� A_special (itspatcb  trom Port Arthur states the Japanese,  since "July 11th, have landed about  30 000 men near Pigeon Bay, ^ The  Russians, the despatch, says, oilercd  ''' little resistance.' 'A general assault u,  expected scon., A calm . su.i^ li-s  facilitated the'landing. f '  jiussiA-vs irr'ri'i r.s,Vr> at iiAoin.N I'aSS.  Tokio, July IS.���������Gen. JCuioki' reports'that two divisions of the Russian mmy made a desperate assault  cn.JMaoiien puss at dawn July 17,',,but  were itpulsed. -The ��������� casualties weie  " not stated.^_  '''London, 'July 19.���������The corie-pon-  dent of the "Times"-at Geneinl Ku-  ropiiiki'iiVheadquarteis, saj s that the  Japanese.Ioskis,during the,fighting at  \ Motion ' Pass,'-on '���������   July 1 17th     weie  1 " L ' 1' ' '     '  .heavy.  St.'Petersburg,   July   IS.���������General  - Kuicptukin reports that{ Lieutenant-  '  General "Count Kellar lost '.over '1,000  .'iii killed Wwounded in the_.,attack on  ]Motien Pass oiv'July 17th.'-  Peninsular and Oriental steamer  Malacca was taken.  ' 'Cable advices announce tliat.public  excitement and indignation runs bigb  in London, and were it not for the  reluctance to follow the South African  war .with another, the 'Government  would take action at once to stop  Russian interference with'JJritish commerce. ' ��������� '���������' I  (Jon. Kuroki's Jleadquartcrs, July,  18.���������The Kusmiui force engaged' in  yesterday's battle nt Motion Pnss'corir  sisted of more men than have been  engaged in any. previous ,.battle since  tho buttle of the Yiilu, while opposed  to them were only one brigade and  one battalion ���������'of- the Japanese forces.  Tho Kussian losses are estimated at  2,000. The burial'of 'the dead continues. The Japanese' casualties "aggregated 300. The engagement has  conspicuously demonstrated the wonderful efficiency of-, the Japanese in-  lantiy, .Ilioy |'proved incomparably  the better; maiksnien, witli more in-,  itiative, and'they outfouglir, and'Oul-  genQralcd'tlie P.llssifills 01i,6Vei'y point.  Mukden.���������The Russians, contend  Port Arthur is impregnable.   , ���������   _  Tientsin,   July-'19.���������About    1,500  Kussian   troops'    returned  '.to , New. i  cbwang on Monday .night, ���������_ Ync Japanese forces 'aro-iepoited to be six  inllOs clUbWi't. ;_    ,'   -a-  ' rfbc ;Kussian gunboat Sivoutcb is  now high and dry,in the upper reaches  of the Ncwcliw.in'g river.' '  ���������, ��������� -  London. /July 20.���������The ' ' ".Daily  Chronicle'','prints a despatch ,saying  reinforcements for which General Oku  has been waiting are mow being de-  lini ked under' piotection of seven  .hipaneeo'ciuiscrs.     '   '-' .   . "  A fresh'landing^of troops is also  being effected to the noith of Port  Arthur, and impoitaut events, may'be  looked.for this week. ^    -,   .  Chicago, July 19.���������A special to the  -Daily News" fiom Niu-Cbwang says':  "Hard lighting has been'going on  for sever.il days in the neighborhood,  of Tongscbu.' eight, miles cast of Ta-  Tchc-Kiao. It is lcportcd' that the  Kussian loss, in 'last" nigh't's engagement \\aa 2,000, and the Japanese loss  1.200. ' The Japanese have 'also been  in-active contactAw-ith, tVie^Kussiuns,  easrof'jrai-Cheng, where theie' have  been many minor actions. " > >',  All   along     Gcncial' ICuropatkin's  LUMBER  COMBINE  All Prominent Mills in the West  ���������Now Under One Man-,  .;, agiement. .  " The Manufacturers' Lumber Company, Limited, has'jus't been incorporated under the provisions of the Manitoba Joint Stock Companies act, with  a capitalization , of $1,000,000. The  object' of the 'company is- to manufacture- and' sell lumber and lumber  products by wholesale and retail in  (Manitoba and the Northwest T]erri'-,  tories and, British Columbia.,     .    *  A large'lHiinbcif of' leading maim-'  ���������factuiers in Winnipeg and in the west  have joined in the enterprise including  amongst others D. C.Cameron, Winnipeg; I). E. Spr.lgue, ;Winnipog; John  Johii'JIanbiiry; Blazon;Movie Uim-  Ijer'Co., oi"���������'Mcyie,' \i.  C.-.H. (Lditch,  Esq., Cranbraok, B. Cj-Kast Kootenay  Lumber/ Co'.,' Limited, ot^Civmbrook,  li. C; .brow's Nest PasV Lumber Co.,  Limited,'of Waidner, B.  C;   lfernic  Lumber Co., Limited, of Feinie, li. 0.;  Kobin'son'and Mckenzie Lumber Co,,  Limited.-'of   Cranbrook,   B.C.;   The  Kootenay Kiver Lumber Co., Limited,  of Nelson, B. C; The King Mercantile  Co.. Limited, Cranbrook, B.'C; Porto  Kico Lumber Co., Limited, of i Nelson,  B. C; The   Yale , Columbia' Lumber  Co.', -Limited, 'of  Nakusp,, B._C.;_The  Anowhead  Lumber  Co.,  Limited,-pf  Arrowhead. li. C; Keyclstoke/.uinbei'  Co., limited, of Kc\elstoke, B. C.;.Can-  adian   Pacific' Lumber Co.,   Limited,  Port Moody. B. C; 'Brunette SnV Mill  Co., Limited, of New Westminster, B.  -C.; Ladysmith Lumber Co., ol   Lady-  smith, li. C;  E.  J.  Palmer,  of  Che-  mainus.' B.   C:     Shawnigiin     Lake  Lumber Co., Limited,  of  Victoria, B.  C; "Columbia    liiver    Lumber '"Ci)'.',  Limited,   of   Golden,   B.  C;   F.  W.  Jones, of  Goi'den/ B. C.;- W..C, Wells,  of 'Piillisef,  B.C.;  K. A. Mather,'of  R'ccwatiri, Ontario;' and W. C. Cowan  & Co., of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan,  , r ,,. ...  serious fire was stopped by the, energy  of Jim Wright,.Lucas and the Italian1  gang. "The Francis property,' Kose-  dale, bad been slashed,, and was just  right for burning, when it was set by  some cause unknown, some.thinkby'a  spark from locomotive; otheis blame  caieless ^smokers". In about '. live  minutes it had a 'hold and took two  hours' hard work burning piles of  brush ahead of the fire and beating  out to stop it" from t clearing out the  wh'ole' Pleasant- valley, woods. r As' it  was it burnt over 10 acres in an hour  ancl a half. ' Too much praise, can not  be given ��������� Wright, Lucas, and',, the  others. Messrs. Burns and Holtby  bossed'the job of stopping the fire  spreading.   >'  ,   ���������     , _.' ,  . political     '���������   '  xiiiinsras  PEKFECTION; COQOA  , ' 'if  It is absolutely pure      '  COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE;IGINGS  ���������rcmAMJARSVETC.', ARE;VERY CHOi'cisf ftUAUTY  =-" .'^_oji���������.i'-.- iii.--' -������'.-   i/' 1   ������J.: "  The CO'W"M.y. Limited, Toronto  N. W. T.  Dtien rasa uu.juij j..u...- ' ,  Hii������iiim ' w.ir8biP8,",p.i"rticuliirl.vuthe   Iiont and Hank the .l.ip.uio.,o a.c n.o\  Smolensk, have passed the Dardanelles j ing into portion, but  the   -enei-.il ar  U.i i  i  ��������� t  -trf.  -distjuised' as nii-icl'tinnnen, arid  stopped biitish and German ships  and taken mail.-. The, German Government has taken f pinnipt and  film s'.and and enti-itcl 0-a pioteet  a������ainst the carrying oft oi the mails,  and asking fc.r a dismow.il' oi the  Smolensk's action and return of the  captmed ni.nl sacks.  London, July 19.���������The "Daily E.\-  piess''���������s.iys : ''The British Mediterranean fleet left today for Alexandria  connected with the presence oi Rus-,  sian volunteer fleet steamers in the |  Red Sea.{ J The Biitish cririser Ter-1  rible has sailed from  Sue/,   today   for.  tack io being po-tponed until 'supplies  and leinfoicciiients come to the front  Progress along the muddy roads and  mountain passe-? i4 .-low."  fcft l'ete.-aburg, luly 1!>, T.22 p. in.���������  A story has been-going the round-  that three euii-eis. iejected by (ler-  manv, weie tranaiurrtd to the Ru.-Sian  seJ-vice and joined the Vladivostok  squ.idion. Oik of tho cruisers and a  toipedo boat, it i= added, ctruck mines  and went down.    ,_  MAN MISSING.  after   rnterests of  Supposed    Murder    Case  Clanwilliam. .  at  pin pose of   lookin  Gieat Britain."  Discussion of the incident among {  foreign diplomats sho*s there is a M-; On .Sunday night -las. Anderson,  lief tl.e raising of this question will be j- timekeeper .or the contractors who  extremely awkward for Russia, since j are putting in the deviation lor the C.  the Smolensk passed the Daid.inel.es \ K R- Ime at Olanwilham, w������, re-  ,L a merchantman, and assumed the ������ P-ted mi.-s.ng and a search nevt  role of a warship in the Red Sea. Re-1 morning revealed nr- lantern m f������c  gaulimriberrstatus, there nre only t*o [ feet of water and paper- whrcn he  flternCtive^lie is .either  a  warship   carried were lound floating m the lake  or a pirate.  Cheroo. July  IS.���������No   news   wh.it-  ' ever bas'come[out from  Port  Arthur  ' recentlyIfcbut   the   belief   the    final  flssaults>ili; take  place  this week i?,  giowing. |  Chefoo.   July   19.-A   junk     with , siippo^d  -o that be i- l^he^ed tu have been  drowned. Chief Bain went up Monday to investigate  but could   find no  A   rail m?  ?tick-  trace of the V-ody.  ing   out   at    the   point    wbere   the  lantern w'a- found and   it was at   fir-t  he ran . against   it   in   the.  uifl  vn-   thrown     into  the  eight   Russians  and   fifty Chinese on J d.ukne-=  board arrived here this afternoon, five   l:'ke . ..        ,  Clays from'Port Arthur.   The FW.n- ,      Later rep./rt-indicare a su.p.c,,,, ...  rofu'ccl to'talk,   but   the Chine -ay! f-������l pM>    "<!   the   Police   have the  that on July 11 and  12 the Jap.wc ; mutter in hand.    _          captured and occupifd with fourthmi  snnd men one of the ea-turn foits nea  Port Arthur.     Before  reiniorcenipni-j  could arrive the Russian-rut  off  the,  foiufthousand troops in the  fort  and  exploded mines which re-ulted   in the j     We  killing oi c\ery Japane-'esoldier there., and a  TiMBER SUIT.  Nagle v. Harbor Lumber Co.  ' On the reference of the Registrar in  this matter the Registrar ruled that  the President of the Ilarhoi' Linnbei  Co, who is also an Loliieer o the  Empire Lumber Company, ' mum  produce a book of the 'Kin-  pi re .Lumber Co in his possession,  containing .entries relating to the  transaction involved in the action.  -   Mr.   McCaul    appealed   from   thi-  ruling.  Mr. Marshall appeared for , the  plninti.fi but was not called upon.  Orel- r made sustaining the ruling  of the Registrar.  Mr. McCaul then moved tor a stay  of proceedings pending an appeal.   -  Application refused.     ' '  ARMSTRONG,  ,.-!  MALAKWA.  Krom Our.Own Correspondent.       l  A new millinery store b to be opened hereon Augu.-t Loth.  The Armstrong, lire department  meet on Friday night to elect officers  for the j ear.  A bowling alley'io to be put up on  lot between B. Francis and \W .T.  Armnrong'-' building1-.  The Armatronr; RiHe Ao'-ociation  will -ii'.ot any team in the valley for  fun, rimiiey or marbles.  ft ]���������> reported the Cobunbia Flour  Mill- Co.. Kmlerl'V. are t,, ni(,\e their  plant to Letbl'inl-'i    Ait'i.  The Arni-lr'/iig F.iim-.'i'-' f-Ai'hnnge  Mhipp-d the tii-t ear of in h ->pud������  fi-mn tie- \.ii!ev"n Tlinr-d.iy l.i-t. Tlie  The Duke of'Marlborbugli is 'mentioned as governor-general of Canada.  Jt is now . believed, tbei dominion  elections will take place in Octobor or  November'.-  t,       ,       -        - -      f  Loi-d DuiidCnaid 'lias been sharply;  reciillutl fronr Canada by, tho British  government'and his condiict'bns been  severely condemned ' in the.British  House of. Commons, f- "  Ernest'Mills', of- Greenwood, who  was socialist blindidate, Mn , the last  provincial elections, .has been nominated socialist candidate 'for the dominion election for'Yale-Cariboo.  ��������� The dominion ^ government, has  issued a rule .that' the furnishing of  controversial,,political interviews or  letters'to the press will be regarded'as  equivalent to tender of resignation: ^  ,-Thc Rossland Miner complains that  Piemier vMcBride has'' appropriated  $500 from the public' treasury'for a  blow-in at the opening of the Westminster bridge when hf cah^'sparef no  moneyjor'roa'ds ancl trails.  The conservatives 'are piessing W.-  R. Beatty, of tho Arrowhead Lumber  Co. to accept the'' presidency^ 'of the  conservative "association, but Mr.  Beatty has himself had an honorable,  career as a public" marf an'd when,he  looks at .the incapablefaggrcgatiori;  holding oflice' at Victoria- with'Premier M^cBride-as leader, he recognises  that no' man .with an ' ounce of self-;  -reipect is going,1 to 'ally himself'with  any such combination."^ "'    '        f_  R., Ma'chin, the^ popular" mining  supply man, and who does not' claim  to be a politician, has, been on/a toui  tlirougb the province,,in the course of  which he found t-he "McBride.-. goverr-  iiieiit4" everywhere -held in con temp'  and accused of pursuing a-, policy of  dfdging. He remarks particularly  that on their recent tour'of Kootenay  Premiei McBride and Hon. Green  tiied to shun rhe people us much as  possible, meeting a few of their heelers  m dark coiners  A visitor to the coast cannot fail to  be impressed with the strong feeling  everywhere manifested against the  McBride government. Leading men  of the conservative ranks express their  disgust at the maladministration of  the outfit who, they contend, arc  ruining whatever chances the .party  had of success in the ^province. Like  some Revelstoke'conservatives, many  coast conservatives say they aio anxiously waiti: g a chance to vo'e  liberal ro put. au end.to the present  incapable aggregation* in power at  Victoria. r      '    ���������  ,       ��������� ' '        . t  i   'S     <       ' ' ,, '  : lodp !Bot Water*  -   .���������-   ',  .   '���������,   '   ll.i       _*'.^__   " .<)'.' '    ''     '     v   '   '       1  The Yolio Bath Heater is Now:  oh^ the Market for $17-501  - You|havc seentbcintdcinonstrated'in your city'and.know just whiib  i they can do. -   .     ,    ,   i'(j '"'-,','.'P~ - '��������� !< ���������'.   "���������'.  "  1 JustithiiikSSof 'Hot Water (Boiling at Tlmt);in 90 Seconds,' and only  '' ,     Unfold-Newspaper or Handful of old Chips.to produce the result.;  '    They are nerit'ns,woll as ornamental, aiid weigh but 25 lbs.',       - _  ',  The Yolio Bath Heater Ca Ltd^/  ' 737 Pender Street", Vancouver, B. C.   :x- /   r^  W; mIaWRENCE, AGENT, REVELSTOKE  <l^L,^M^f,BMI^^HI  ' ' '.. ,'",'',  -     Write for Catalogue.   Mail Orders Receive  ~, ^ .. r Prompt Attention, v'      :.   ,   .    .   .'  W in. F Le m i n g,  qoban steamship ^  >���������      ,'    Wl.olcalcr.u.d lielnil    ' ��������� '-"   af ��������� Royal Mail Linos. , .\.t  -Meat Merehant^  Fish   and   Game--in' Season,;  - First. St., Revelstoke..  LUMBERING.  F. A. Sine has been appointed  s'ecretary-tieasuier of the Empire  Lumber Co. in succession to C. Mc-  Cleery.  Mr. Cuddy,  who  was  formerly   in  tcrested in   the   Harrison  Lake sawmills, has  been   appointed   selcsman  for the Arrowhead Lumber  Company.  W. R. Beatty, manager of the  Arrowhead Lumber Company, considers the dominion government  could aid the lumber industry   in this  JM/WA   -MTIlt   I.Jll'KI-*   I.1.V1 is������  Victoria, July 20th ��������� Tho Briti-n  Adiniiaity ha.- .-cut warning to Canadian J'iicilic RaiU.ay olhei.ils at Mnp-  tical to iiiitruft rno-tenoi tlii'Kiiipie"s  linoi.- running between Vaucouvci and  Yokohama and Hongkong to boon the  qui vho for the Ku-ian Valdivostok  squadron.  It is feared in London that the; in-  cun-ion oi that -e|iiadron into the  Pacific Ocean may lend to the-=ei/uie  of many British incichnntmc n on the  Fame excuf-e as vouclisnfid when  the  puttin  Frdii' Our Own I '.rro-foiulftit.  no hn\int,' \ery'lry,h"t wi-athi r  I .m. ttikincr .idvantage "! ir  '1 no h.iv.  The hay nop i-   not   a-,   be-a'.y   a- i  u-u.ll.      ' j  Mi     Mm ray   fame   in l,i<<t ?>unil'iy ���������  and held -"r\ ie-e������ at the -cbool hoii-e.  The C. I'. IL have painter! our trr.vn  red and it iJ quite letpectnblc looking  province   materially   by   paising  an  cat '.a- -'-nt from K'l'/wii.i. ordor-in-council making the definition  Tin- book and ladder tf .mi i- com- of i,,^,,,^^ rough lumber to be that  j po-'d of ih<: f..!l������,w'irig -entl'-men: ( wj,j(.i, j, 11S j(, |,,IS left the s,iw,iin(l bus  ; Me--) -. K. Thorn Fulton, Amo- HiHf r.fjt |)CC,n touehed by a planer. This  ! A. t.oiirlay. F. \Vhitrriy, J Murphy, i w(ls lM(s intention of the law in the  ; Harry Aini-trong j first  place, but   it   has   been    inter-  j     Councillor Murray  i<-  ha'.iri;; Rail- ( m.etc(] to pass   as   lough lumber that  I way ivriue made- a-  k-v������ I .i- po--ible. | w],ici, }s |,1{ihc<1   on   one   side   and'is  j The- rodent- on that -t:u;t will apply j c0���������.,.enicntly partially drcs'-ed  to f. P. ft.  to   be   allowed    t'<   pl.mt'  ���������<hade; trees on  INDUSTRIAL NOTES.  The Topic .says "Alter going  over every available point in t.ho district the rmperinl Brewing Company  have decided to locate at Trout Lake."  Cf.juilay .-"ay-  -���������truck town he  the oatrrieal   in  he allov.erl  ���������i-.'ht-of-w.iy.  .    -illieo    the    l,,i.<j   pipe-,  h,-ij   had to rlonble r,n  inori.inx- > '"'  Whit  ing .-ay the vi-ible supply of -eote;h  is getting low ."oriie few from <!len-  gairy have it -o bad that th-y aie  having another 7-year iitlnfk of tlie  itch, eh ' .-iiindy'  What    might   have    been   a   very  Then  if the American lumbermen still want  to supply the Canadian market, let  them, sai<! Mr'. Beatty, put up their  planer and dressing plants on this  side the boundary line and employ  their labor in this country.  BANKING.  The Bank of B.  Trail.  N. A. hn-> ope nod at  Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese  ancl Japanese'goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke of  useful and ornamental  articles:  :  Tea service!,  Plates  Baskets  Cune Cli.iirs  Handkerchiefs  GOLD FLSIl  Finest stock of candies and fruit in town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  Flower I'ots  Unilnollii Stimils  ljiincli lLiskolu  SmokniK Jackets  Silk Goods.  f . Royal Mail Linos  Cheapest Route to tho Old Country,  J fj   ALLAN" LINK���������I'leimfMont real. .   .     .   '  Ionian   ....... ". . '.' ".  Juno 10?.  DllVIUlllll , 'llliui', ~.  riuiMiin       June 2*i-  Tnnisiiu !"b KJ  , DOMINION LINK���������Krom Montreal.  Poininion '.  "J"11!?":  Caiiibn.inan June 1S-  C'anada. ..  .'..; Junp2j-.  Vancouver...-..' .v.July (I'.  (JAN! PA (J. ATLANT1CS. S.���������From'Montreal.   .  Lake Cliaiiiplain  Juno 9*-  liikcKne     ' Iune2.������-  Ijiike Maiuloba  '. lime 80"  AMKKICAN LlNK-KiomNe������ York.  St. Paul *. lune II  I'hiliuleliilii.i June list, Louis June2o-_  Ceiiiiunic    July i-  U'Hll'lO STAR LINK���������From'New York.  Teutonic '>....'. '.Juno 8"-,  Cedlic ��������� June la-  Majestic ���������'u,10s2:  Oceanic      June29'  CLNAlJD LINK���������Fiom New York.'  Uinbriii June II-  Cainimnia Mine IS-,  Ktniri.i    ,-. JuiicSo--.  Aunuiiii  .,    Juno28i  Lucania July  l'assenueib ticketed .tin oiikIi to all parts of ,  Gieat. Uritain and Ireland, nnd at specially low-'  latcsto all parts of  the Kuiopean continents  .\pplj to neaiest railway oi steamshipaBcnt or..'  to  T.  W. BRADSHAW.-Agont, Revelstoke"  W. P. F' CUMIHINCS,   Pacific Agent-  BABY'S OY/N  SOAF  used by particular people  both young and old.  Keeps the skin soft, clear  and white.  .N'o otliur Soup is ju.sl .-is- Good. 03������  ALBERT TOILET SOAP CO., Mfru. MONTREAL.  Halcyon Hot Springs  Sanitarium.  1  11 IK jMKUIOAL WATUBS of H.'tl-  cyon f-nu tin1 inosl ciii'iitivu in (.ho  wen Id. A perfect, imtur.-il r'C'ineily for  nil Nlmvoiis nnd Muscular disease's,  hiver. Kidney and Stomnclr iiihiient.s  and iMeLnllic I'oisowirrf?. A sure cure  Tor "Thut Tired Feeling." Spi-cinl  rates on nil hoats mid Lnims. l������'o  mails, in rive find depai t every day.  Telrt'i-.iph communication with all  pniLs ol the world. An experienced  niiis-sanger.  Halcyon Hot Springs  y\.rrotv Laf(c,  2J, C.  Trademarks >  and.Copyrights-  obtained in all countiics.  PATENTS  I      ���������        oblained in all co  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical Attorney and Kiigineer.  Ilooni :J, KairfleldlHlock, Gianvillo sL, near P.C  VANCOUVER,   B.   C. '  A  postcard will secure an evening appoint  muiiL for those who cannot call during the day  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer In^ mrrfrmz^������-  BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON,, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All oiders promptlj filled.  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  Comer   Douglas  andKing streets.  LEARN SHORTHAND   AT HOME  hy correspondence.   10 weekly lcbfcoii3  will make yon perfect.  OBTAIN  nriGJIER  SALARY  Shoithand isiiowddnys iiidispcn siblo  to   everybody.     Utilize   spare    time.  Very moderate fee.     Wo procuic po&i-  tions.    \\"ritc foi free booklet.  Ci:.ntiiai. CoiiKESi'OxniiJfCi; College,  215, Temple Chambers,  Temple Avenue, London, E.C THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  ���������' j/^  ������r.  Samson ,  .fainter, Paperhangep, Signwritep  KALSOMIN1NG   DONE.,  Orders receive prompt attention.  ,:'Secon'd street,     '-     REVELSTOKE  HENRY'S NURSERIES  '3010 Westminster  Road.  'Thousands^ of' Fruit and  ' Ornamental Trees!  Rhododendrons, Roses,  '.'-.- i      ���������  -  Greenhouse.and Hardy Plants.  ' ������������������-.  7 O I  ', '     ,/  ,        Homo-Grown nud Imported     '-  harden, Field and Flower Seeds  For Spring Planting.' .���������,  iffiastern prices or less.       White labor.'  FERTILIZERS.* ,  'Bee Hives and Supplies.  ' Cut Flowers und Designs.  '       , ,      *  ^Catalogue free.   ' J    ���������    c  ,r  M: J. HENRY,   ,  Vancouver, B. O. *  \ , r    { i    ' '  WOOD YARD  '       1 have������������������ started a ��������� permanent AVond  '-"Yard' on Third street. ' With' rnv past  -���������experience I hope to he in a position  ito satisfy all requirements of'custom.  <ers.   Mill "and cord wood   supplied   in  * 3������ny lengths at reduced prices for c-ash-  '    /     K v        "     -   R.,SAMSON.-"  VeSSSm    8HKIKC  , NOW IN ITS 39UVYEAR  Tlie loading mining periodical of the  i world, with tlie strongest editorial staff of  any teclinicarpublication. '   '   ,  " 'Subscription   $5.00   a  year   (including"  U. S., Canadian, Mexican postage.)  Sample copy free. Send for Book Catalogue. >  The Engineering and Mininq Journal  261 BroidWay, New York  ,^T\vv^A\\,  ^W. A. McDonald  ���������". *<  , PLASTERER'^ BRICKLAYER  . REVELSTOKE,.  "The only first-class plasterer in town.  TLet me know your requirements.-, A  ���������^Carload of Lime,just imported.  A'C.rr-  ' load of J3rick under order!    *   ' <  "   '  ��������� <��������� .     .     f-  , THE ATTRACTIVE GIRL   L"  Miicli'lias been written about "tlie American girl" and'h'er reasonVfor being pre  eminently the moot  attractive "girf^'in  ' tlie world      In  brinping-   up   girl1;  mothers,   can't   be  too  careful   to,' let  their daughters cli  vclop all their nnl  lira! charnih to tip  tltn.osl" ,  , Tin-crucial cpocj '  of"a womnti'*. li:.  is the chaiigi- fun.  maidenhood u  worn.in mod. It  involves the wholi  body and inanifc-l-"  itscll in the inn1  iris disposition at this tiuie.  Nervous or sick women are affordfd the  opportunity of a lifetime, for the ninkt-i'  ,of Dr. Tierce's Fa\oritc Prescription nou  offer fjoo reward Max women who c.miiol  be cured.    Backed up, by over a third of f.  century of remarkable and uniform curi s,  a record fluca'as* no other remedy for the  diseases and weaknesses peculiar to.womcs  _ever attained, the proprietors of Dr. Pierce's  "Favorite Prescription' now"feel ,fullv warranted! in o fieri rig to pay $500 ill legal money  "of the .United States'for any case of I,eii-  corrhea, Female Weakness, Prolapsus, or  Falling of the Womb, which .they r.innot  ,'cure."' All they ask is'a'fair-'andReasonable ,  ;tricl .of their means of cure.''' '"���������������������������'  "I   cannot    praise,, your   medicine    highly'  enough," writes Mrs  Jennie Hippenhamer, of  (Huntertown, |Indiaiin  ,' "I  bcg.m   taking  Dr  IMerce'i F.ivorite]'Preflcription sine] look it stca '���������  ily for six niontlis.lr I was not once sick nt i-tom -  ach, never vomited once.    Took the 'Favorite'  'Prescription ' ^three .tinies a ,dayaiid when in  'severe pain took an'e'itra^tenspooitful of medicine which checked, the pain    1 fi.lt pleasant all  the time and did Vol get nervous as I used to.*  When my'bab'y girl caiuc'last'August she was  healthy " She'is now eleven months old     Am  thirty-eight years old'aud-iiever got through so  easily in nirmy life ', "Why should women sulTer  when  thev can  get  through so .easily '    1 am  able to do quite a washing and ironing which J  could not do for eight years before."  "-As a tonic .for [women who are, nervous,  .sleepless," worn-out and fun-down, "Favorite Prescription " ia unequaled.   , ., ������;,  For constipation, the true, scientific cure  is Dr. Pierce's" Pleasant .Pellets. Mild,  harmless, 'yet ������ure.r No oth'er "pill can  compare with them.      . -  ZEST^AJBLISEDIEID  1894  V *.     k.>^j - i^1*^ ������.������.*-; ��������� *-*.  ���������   ���������  _5 ������    " -**   * *   */* -U .  ���������   ���������  Subscription, $2.00 Per Year  Published Weekly on Saturday by  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Co., Ltd.  team  and  Dealers in  printing and Wrapping Papers  and Paper Bags  Loose Leaf Account and Duplicate  Counter Check Systems  Agents for Tengwell arid Opalla  Patented  Loose Leaf Files,  Ledgers ancl  Billing Systems  Phone No. 13  P. 0. Box No. 70  MAILS   CLOSE  AT REVELSTOKE P. ,0.  AT 8-15 A. M. FOR EAST fe'SOUTH  AT 4-40 P. M. FOR WEST ' '  AT 8 00 P. Al. F,OR EAST & WEST, '  it, ���������<-  Railway Time table  Trains running E.ist leave Revelstokp  'No. 90 0-25 a. in.        No. 2 24-05  Trains running West leave Revelstoke  ;-    No. 1 2-45 a. m.     No. 07 17-45 a. in.  '' South .Branch  Leave Revelstoke 9-20 it. m. '  Arrive Revelstoke 17-10 p. in.  Okanagan Line  Leave Sicamotrs 7-30* a. m.' ,  Arrive' IS-OO p. m.  Arrive  Vernon   10-35  a. in.  Leave 11-30 p. in.  ,  ���������       "v '.  MI88 AQNES MULLEN.  PALAGE     , -.  RESTAURANT.  jMcKonzio Avo. [next Bourne Bros. Store]  First-class Meals,   also "short orders  served day and night. ���������   '  , Mrs. R E. McKittriek, 'Proprietress' '  C;X Wilkes  . jAghinisi:& <��������� -.,  ' .BLlCKSMITH r -���������'  -  All kinds of Jobbing Work Done.  aotwngAIiiclnnes and .Bicycles^Cle.inc'd  and. Repaired .j"   ' ' ���������" ,    "  " Keys fitted pn the Shortest Notice....  Opposite EIDCT   CT'  Salvati -n Army-   TI I\0 1. p I .  I  <   ,  Agent ,for  Massey-Harpis Bug-g-ies &  ,Wagons, and all kinds of Farming  Implements."' "     ,"   -'"' '  WRAPPING   PAPER   AND  PAPER BAGS.  ,���������  ,The Kootenay Mail has been  'appointed agent for one of  Ithe largest* Canadian   Paper  Mills.e '<-.*'  'Wrapping papers in-rolls'or  ,flat,;.And i paper ..bags;, of .^alK.  weights and sizes supplied to  'order printed or imprinted.  Kootenay-���������MaiK.Revelstoke.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc., to any part of the City.  - Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  All   orders   left   at R.  M. Smythe's  Tobacco Store, or by Telephone, No. T  .,, . < >     i r������ * -��������� '*���������' u   ,-. i.  -'  will receive prompt attention.,,  ��������� -   '"  '     .r. *��������� . a .������������������   i   ' MISS AONBS MULLEN.      '  my life.'. I say'what I have to say and  let it "go nt that. That applies to ad-  rertislngr. rCut out tlie postscripts..Let  the printer do the rest. Then place the -  ads. right,'and' advertising'pays���������pays  big."  ,     ?   ,    <        ��������� i������';  ���������,MiM  Mullen  was  horn  in , Topeka,u  Kan., .although she has lived"in Chicago most of her life.    She is petite  and fair!   In appearance she does not  resemble an advertising expert,'who  eah telf you Just'^what returns she will  get from the placing of an ad. in .New,  Jersey or .Michigan or ,the circulation'  ������f a score of papers!    But she lias a  sturdy.' "businesslike   way   about "her  that.'makes'onc feel more respect for.  (lierbusiness womun. ~       . ��������������� f  <  'Miss Mullen's oUice l8,inhthe general  office'; biulding'.of .'tiie'���������Monon, rout^ip  Custom'^House place. 'She-reaches her  desk early .'in "the morning and dispatches her rapidly accumulating work  with neatness,and precision.' *> . x _  I ,Miss Mullen'lives ..with" her parents.  She has three sisters and two brother's.  Her father is a'fetired railroad man.���������  Chicago -American.  J  .WILL,  RE-OPEN .,,  His Flower. Fruit and Vegetable Store in  J   SAMSON'S BUILDING, SECONB STREET  ON   MONDAY!   JULY   4th   '-  Fresh Venetable5. Pot Plant-, and Flowers, and  Fruit for S.ile>-* Orders''taken for locally (jrowu  Tomato and'other Plants for settinc out.  About Yowp-^NecIc:  A famous artist '"has safd", '.'Qfrall the  beautiful objects i* .nature none eur-I  passes the well .molded neck of woman." The'length* of the gerfec^neck  should be one-half the .height of the'  head, fromjthe level'of the chin'to,the  summit, and at its narrowest part  should have twice the circumference of  the wrist. Age is^ first shown in the  form of the neck and care to retain.its  perfect contour should therefore'bVan  important duty. Exercise of tho muscles of the neck by bending the head in  all directions at regular intervals during the day will assist and will tend  to prevent deposits of fat at the base,  a common disfigurement Fullness of  the neck, In the case of children, should  at once bo brought to the attention of  the family physician.  Starchy  Foods.  Too much starchy food is eaten In  many households. Totatoes are served  with every meal, and they are usually  mashed or boiled. It is well to substitute rice, hominy and macaroni for  potatoes two or three times a week at  the very least and better still to omit  any of these at many meals. Fried  hominy is a delicious substitute for  potatoes when chicken is served. Boil  the hominy in the usual way, pour it  Into a shallow dish to cool and* slice  pieces half an Inch thick. Flour lightly and fry In chicken fat or butter and  drippings. This is an excellent breakfast or luncheon dish served with ma-  nl������i airuD or chicken craw.  Vfc* 9mlT ,Vonu Adverll������lnar Mam-  Sftr Far m  Hallvrtty.  Miss Agnail Mullen of Chicago, young  and pretty, is'the only, woman adverting manager for a railway in, the  world. ���������,Mlas Mullen knows how to  advertise. She knows exactly ]-what  pleases her when she reads an-advertisement, and she thinks other people  will like the same things. She adopted  $$At ij-stem when she became the only  ���������roman official of a big American railway, the Monon route. Miss Mullen  fays little'.. She isn't a talking woman.  ftfao la'ana'sTager^er: the advertising department; .that's all.    ,,  '''Women'''with' the postscript habit  can't* succeed- in business, especially  this" business," says Miss Mullen.1' "I  never wrote a postscript.to a letter in  much' or your nervous rorce escapes  through your finger tips while you fidget ' with your'chafn or your purse.  You lose Btill more when you cough  and jerk your body about unnecessarily.'��������� '  ""     ,     ;      ���������<      ���������''  One beauty specialist goes so far,, as  to declare that nothing will make wrin-'  kles quicker than'the'habit of moving  and jerking and that nothing is so' fatal to!beauty as coughing and. wheezing.' Alfsuch habits are really nervous  complaints.' To cure all these fidgety  moremonts cultivate the habit 'of slt-  ������ng perfectly'still, keeping'the hands  and fingers motionless as long as possible, and'relax.   '   ' * ' '  Your'reward will be the air,of distuv  guished, repose bo sought after by our  nervous society,women.   ,       f ^u  THE KITCHEN  FAIRY.  Why They Want a Carl. *���������  Do you'wish to know why'sister's  friends ask you for a curl? Why Uncle Will tosses you up to the ceiling?  Why all the grownup people,talk with  you arrd ,nsk you questions? If you  really want to know, dears! lean right  close and you will hear that it is be- ,i  cause they love you so nnd care so I  much for your good opinion. 'It Is well  for -you to know how^' much you are  loved. You will wish to be loving to  ^others always,-will you not?  ' ^luappolnted:       '  Clarence had been looking forward  eagerly to his sixth birthday, and when '  It,came his.sister,wpke hirrifup early '  in' the" morning.s'Clarence' lay still a."  moment,-and jthen, said  In' a, tone .of  "deep disappointment: ' -������������������',.  ,'^Pshajv, -I aren't a-,blt,blggcr!"    .  .-    Had to,Have the, Material. .  -Jack^-Mother,' 'may'-1' play Vnnklng  rbelieye-I'rn 'entertaining nnother little  'l56y? J Mother���������Yes,'dear; of course.'  ���������jJ.ack���������All right. .Then will you,please  'give me'some cake for him?���������Philadelphia .Ledger.  In the' NlKtat.  Do   you   ever' waken"��������� sometimes   In  the  night,  When   the ^room's   nil   dark,   except  the  * ~ queer,-"dini light    -  From   the   window, .and   you're   turned  about In'bed, "     ������ ' '"    -  And you can't tell where the foot la, nor  the,head?  And'V'ou'slt up, scared,  and look round  ���������   '.  everywhere,  But the door to mother's room Just Isn't  there.  Oh,  It's very bad, I know, bemuse, you  see,  It happens often Just that way to me.  But then If I lie down again nnd wait,  Why,   by  and by Jurt   everything comes  straight.  Th*   bed   stands   In   Its   old   same   place  again.  The  window's where I  thought  It wna���������  and then,  Right   over   here,   this   aide,   Is   mother's  door,  And tbfln I don't feel frightened any more.  ���������Youth's Comoiwlo-  /' ' A Kltcfcea Time Table.  "A. kitchen time table," consisting of  a large piece of cardboard, divided into  two colunine, on which are written the  names of various Jtinds of foods and'  .tbV'time required .for cooking'or,baking 'them,'' should Jbe'h'ung' in' every  "kitchen:-"'���������j^-^ssslsss' .      ,    r  "Suppose, for ,instance, that the first  Item is,"3ponge cake, thirty minntes."  Then .tho cook will know that tlie loaf  must be left' in .the oven exactly half  on' hour. '.Not once will she^ have to  disturb it, arid not once will time have  <to be spent in looking at it to see'if it.  U,d������one..'   ">   ' ''     i  And so, too, with other things. .The  requk-ed time can1 be learned from experience 'and then noted down for"fu-,  tirre reference.-     fi   ' ��������� ,,     ���������   * -'  , It proves to be a valuable aid, guarding against burned1 food and saving  both1 time"and labor. 'The real 'value  of'this'little device vlto'the housewife  'is due .to .tlie fact that ^contains her  actual experience. Her cookbook' may  .tell her the time'that is required gen-,,  eriilly for any specific article; a friend  !or'neighbor may tell her what time, is  required' 'for' baking- in her specific  home1 with' her"stove. But inJneither  of |these.instances are all of ^the, conditions the same. * . \  'i *   ' '-     '   ' ���������"-  '<  j, The Mother Who Lannrlia.  , There are many conscientious fathers,  awl ".mothers who unikc themselves and  their"'children miserable' by taking  youthful foibles loo'seriously. It is an  innate,i)'iopcrisily of a child possessed  'of average .food .health and spirits to  'make older'people laugh with him; not  atihim,' at the things that'seem'amusing.to his own sense. ��������� And.the mother  ',who has'thejblithe and^-eady.humor to,  'enter Into 'his "fuV becomes his 'most  .fascinating companion.' He heeds her  'rebukes t and ,bends to her correction.  .without ill-feeling ,where sternness  would'arouse his 'prideland"'ii'e,' for he  is assured that she is ready to sliare all  -his Innocent pranks and that heru<llsap-  .proval hus'no foundation in impatience'  or'injustice'. ' And when. the'day ar---  'rives that "childish things' are put  away" and the grown,men and women  look backward .to their early 'home,  .with what- a throb of pleasures they  say,..when .things happen: "Mother;  Svould appreciate this.. .She had the  quickest serise of,humor of any woman you ever saw!" And underneath  these light words is the'thought, "How  happy that doar mother made me, and  h'ow I love her!"  A    Device  .In    -Which    Food   , Coolcv  ,    Without   Fire   or   Attention.  A capital scheme for tireless cooklnfe  similar to that which is engaging the  attention of German scientists,' is described by a contributor'to the \Vou������- '  an's Home Companion.   She calls it the  "kitchen fairy."    The "fairy" consist* '  ���������of a large'wooden bucket or'box, Of- ���������  teen  inches  high  and  sixteen  inches  across or'even'larger; an eight incb  granite dinner pall,' with'a tight fittina;  cover and 6bme 'excelsior.. Pack th������  'excelsior intb'the wooden bucket.to the-  depth of about three inches, and' ob  this place the granite,pifil and pack ex-   ���������  celsioi- tightly around it to'the top. 'It  properly packed the granitej paiiy.-caB '  be lifted out of the excelsior and put  J)ack again without disturbing the'packing.    ,'       ��������� '-���������"���������" "---'-:-.���������������<������i >.'. *..(<������"������.������, _  * "To cook string beans, cabbage, tui*-  nips,- etc.,"   says   this   correspondent;'  "prepare in the usual way, boil in th#  granite pail from ten to twenty'^minutes, season, put on' the tight cover'an*  place boiling hot in, ther'packel excelsior.    Cover the whole with a iWpole������  pad and over that place a feather pll-, (>  low.' It will keep hot from six to eight  hours, and the steam does the cooking;'  ,Rice,' macaroni,  meat and  vegetables  cooked in this'way'have'a finer flavor '  than when boiled or stewed in the or-    ,  dinary. way.-    Old   fashioned  oatmeal  porridge may be made for breakfast .  by/simply stirring one cupful of oatmeal into three cupfuls of salted boll-'  ing water in the evening and placing-  it ^n the cooker overnight.. This simple device, in which food cooks without  fire, requires ho attention." ���������' ' ',   i     ,  Odd* and  Ends of Soap.      ,  Most good housekeepers have on hand  a soap shaker in which to stow away  'the bits.of soap that soon become,too  small for handling and are likely to  get lost. But the fragments of the  'scouring stones and bricks are an ever  vexing domestic problem.- A good and  economical .way of disposing of them  is to place them between two strong  pieces of brown paper and "crush them  with a rolling pin till perfectly pulverized. The powder can then be put into  a tin can or box and used with a damp  cloth for scouring tins, agateware,  brasses, etc. Odds and ends of a dozen kinds may be mixed together with  impunity.'        -  -Where E-rerything? I������  la Pair*.    ,  There are two or three kinds of drawing rooms that literally set the teeth  on edge and cause the souls of artistic  people to shudder within them. One;  is the room where everything is in  pairs. There are, pairs of vases, pairs  of photograph frames, pairs of pictures,  pairs of footstools, pairs of everything.  It is impossible to prevent the thought  flashing across the mind that if pairing originated with the flood onelcan  only wish that Noah had taken .the  animals into the ark one by one.���������London Queen. t y  Broken  Glaus.  It you happen to break a glass .or,  valuable gla.ss ornament It can be effectually and easily mended in the following way: Melt a little isinglass in  spirits of wine, add a small quantity of  water and warm tho mixture gently  over a moderate fire. When mixed by  thoroughly melting it will form a perfectly transparent glue, which will  unite glass so nicely'and firmly that  the joint will scarcely be noticed by  the most critical eye.  RvpoHC of Manner.  Repose of manner, that quality for  which all Englishwomen and some of  our southern beauties are famous, is  one of the hardest things in tho world  to acquire. It means simply tho power  of relaxing.  First or all, you must relax; second,  you must keep relaxed, and all the  other rules are expressed in the same  word, "relax."  Doctors who have studied their feminine patients well will tell you that  Her,Tent.  An Oregon newspaper man, says he  was once traveling in the back country  of Oregon, nnd, going to a little inn  for lodging, was surprised to see a  large picture of Dr. Edward Everett  Hale on the wall. The woman of the  house explained it thus: "Well, you  see, a good many strangers come here  and want me to keep 'cm, and I don't  know anything nbout 'cm, but if they  know Edward Everett Hale's picture  I know they're good for something,  and I let 'em stay."  NOVEL .WALL PANEL.       --   .'    ,  Bfade:of   Handkerchiefh   It, Form������< M-. '-.  ,,r Uiicfnl   Orniiuient.   ft.    ���������,  ��������� ,Wall pockets or panels are always a  useful ^addition'to a room, and if they ���������  be'prctty and artistic, as they may easily be'macle, they'prove 'asjornamental  as 'they  are   useful'.,;' The  wall   panel ,  shown,fin   the ' illustration,   made'"of-'--"  handkerchiefs' is suitable to hang upoaj  the dressing"room-doorfand tuck slippers and 'shoes' in. or it is useful as ������ ' .  <       *:l  HANDKEKCH1BF. WAM, POCKET.  wall pocket, into which may' be tvickedl  fancy work or any 'o"f the small trille*  that women find it expedient to drop  into catch-alls.'. Ojie< large flowered,  'handkerchief covers the panel of paste-  boai-d,and two'five cent handkerchiefs,  with borders of the'same color," lire" cut  in half and drawn together at the,bottom and gathered at the tops to form  pockets. 'These are sewed to the large  'handkerchief and trimmed with,ribbon  bows. "    -  r���������   CombH ForJRlonda and _Brnnctte������.  Let only, the golden haired or black  haired girl _risk the .gold fand ivory  combs, "and rthe silver o~ne ~is"foY"tb���������f  brunette alone." Xo shade of hair wa������  'ever born or invented which could not  wear tortoise shell. Its tints and lights  are universally becoming. These comba  'arc all expensive, for only the genuine  materials or the best Imitations are  worth buying. The handsomest onca  are jeweled, wliich brings^ them to a  fabulotfs'p'rice. But a plain shell comb,  uncarved and un jeweled, can be. purchased for $5. '  ,ill'selecting any comb be careful to  choose one with long teeth curved so  that;thc comb feels firm in the hair., It  is both dangerous to the comb and embarrassing to the wearer to have it  filir-'If you are within reach ot any  Chinese importer he is the best one,to  furnish you an ivory comb. The Chinese" have been quick to "learn'our desires, and they have adapted' their  handiwork accordingly. .Some of thelf  shops display combs carved in exquisite designs.���������Washington Star.  Take Cure of the Cellnr.  A great deal.of sickness in families  Is caused by the condition of the cellar. Not unusually the cellar opens  into the kitchen. The kitchen is heated, and the cellar is not. Following  natural laws, the colder air will rush  to take the place of the wanner and ,  therefore lighter air of the kitchen.  This would be well enough if the cellar air was pure, but often It is not  Partly decayed vegetables or wood  may be tliere. A day bhould be taken  to throw out and carry away all dirt,  decayed wood or vegetables and other  accumulations. The cobwebs should  be brushed down nnd the whole cellar  thoroughly cleaned and ,then whitewashed.  J- The   Cnnanltntlon.  "They have called two doctors in for  consultation."  "And do the doctors agree?-'  "I believe they have agreed upon the  price."  A tree that has been a hundred years  growing can be cut down in a couple  of hours, but It takes another hundred years to replace it  "jtzwx&rnzsr ZTbe Ikooteria^ flfcatf
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Kootenay Mail,
Revelstoke, B.C.
Trout   Lake the other day, when
those who are behind the scenes at'
Victoria proclaim the public buildings grossly.overmanned by 'grafters and friends of the  government.
McBride   is   described   as , a man
utterly   wanting   in  ability, save
that of trickery, Green is  regarded
as the biggest grafter that ever, administered a - department',  Tatlow
is said to be helpless, Cotton'wants,
to   act   but   cannot,   Wilson- has'
sacrificed "the principles   he  once
fought for in order to get and hold
on to   office.     Fulton   is   useless
cargo wiVhas   been  jettisoned for
the present by being sent off on a
pleasure trip to England reputedly
at, the .public expense. ���'    '
- Wo request bur numerousj?eadeps to
favor us with their assistance In
making'tho KOOTENAY MAIL tho
'       most valuable < advertising medium   In   tho  Kootenays toy giving1
' the preference, when making purchases   to   those firms who   are
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fel: Revelstoke, B. C; Kort Steele, B. 0.
Cliristian'.s Greatest yNccd." " Tlie
'subject for the evening will bo "Sonic
Things Esibcntial to Real, Life."
The Methodist'church of Rovol-
'stokewas.onc of-tlie (list organized
churches in the city and in its earliest,
years was in charge,
Turner.    It has now a membership of
Geo. S. IUcOaktkk,
A. M..   fl.MvHAM,
' "Revelstoke, B. C.
!a.!Hakvby.
Kort Steele, B. C.
JOHN  MANNING  SCOTT. 13. A.,
L.L.B.       ' f "^   '\"" ,, <f '.
,    'b'ahhistTsr, Solicitor,.Etc! -.;;
First Street.,'      ���" '      Revelstokef B.C.
GRAND RESULTS OF LIBERAL
POLICY.
��� The ' Chicago Tribune,- dealing
with the immense impetus Canada's
industrial development has received   under   the'fiscal policy of
the Laurier govcrnment'says :   -   .<   _ _
"Within five years Canadian i 85 and lias probably the largest con-'
trade has, increased 65''per cent.,
While that of the'United Sta'tes has
increased,'only 33 per cent., and
that of Great Britain only 19 per
cent'., .The Canadian'is exporting
$83-'worth   of   goods  'to   foreign
markets, compared with' the   $35
worth of the citizens of the .United
States. :   .     . .
"The fisheries," the lumber'"interests, the .dairy farms, and the
wheat* co'unt'ry of1 the Northwest
are nil sharing in this increase of
trade. Europea.i immigration in
1903 was eleven times greater than
it was in 1S93, while last year 47,-
7SU persons from the United States
gotight homesteads in-the Canadian
Northwest. Only one-sixtieth - of
tho vast acreage of this Northwest
country 'is, under cultivation, and
yct.it produces' 110,000,000 bushels
Tof cereals annually. In ten years
the increase of Canadian foodstuffs
in the British markets has- 'been
'$50,000,000.
,- tS>    ���;    - "'^-,
VTvDWAItD
A. H AGO EN,
^~~~ . '    Mining  ISnginekk,
(Mem.  Ameiic.ui  ln-.ti.UiK>  MuuiiK Knisineers)
��   (Mem. Ciuiiiclmn MiniiiK InsLitulo.)
RKVELSTOKK.  11. O.
Exaniintitioii of and  lopoits, on  Mineral I'io-
churches:
perties a Specialty.
TLfoe Ikeoteua^flftail
SATUKDAY. .1VLY 23. 1901.
tThe Free Pies? remarks': "The
Liberals believe in self-government
for Canada���not in a military
.dictatoi-shiu bv it representative of
the War ollice."
The Poplar Nugget is rather inconsistent. It prai.-es the McBride
government for dealing with the
coal and oil lands and then de&-
ciibes the administration oi the
mining laws at. =o bad under the
same government that it urges the
people of Poplar to organise and
drive the claim-jumping element
out oi the camp.
sr. im:j lk>.
Kighth auiid.t} .u'ter Trinity.���Holy
Coniiiuuuon .it'S .1.111.. Sund.iy School
,it III ii. in.:'.Morning Prityor .it 11 a.
in.; Hvcniug Pi.iyei ut 7.3U p. m. The
rector will pie.ich .i special sermon on
-The Huguenots'" - .u tlie evening
scr\ico, tliib Iwing the anniversary oi
the peimission of Kchv.ird VI to iitjc
the crypt oi CinteiUiry cathednil, the
original ~ite of the tomb of St.
rhoiiias.
Mi-.rnoDiST.
On dunday morning the pastor, the
[|nr. C. H. Ml Sutherland, will, deal
with   tlid   important    -ubject   -'The
grcgation in the, city, the building
being filled to its, utmost capacity at
the evening services. The /present
boai'tl of tmanagement consists of
Mesdaines' Dickcy.-^.vvis,' Pett.piccc
arid. Creel man, Misses,'Smit)r and
Adair, Messrs. Howsori, Lindrn'ark,'C.
J3. ITiimc, W. Bews, A>. E. Clark and
Lundcll., - tt '  . ', ,'
-The Bible class is conductcdfhy^Rcv.
C' JI. M. Sutherland.'
It. Ilowson is supcrintende _t of Jihc
Sunday School, which hau an attendance of over 100. The other members
of the teaching .stair" me MescUnics
Dickey and Ilowson, Misses A and 'N.
Smith, Messrs'" W..YV. Lci'c.iux and
\V. Bews. '.,    ���
A branch of the Epwonli LcngueJs
conducted "in, conncctio'i with the
church and'Miss A. Smith is president.   -     - - r   ,     -
" Mrs. Pcttipiecc is ,president _of the
Ladies Aid, Mis. Downs vice-president,
iind Mrs. Dent s'crctary-tieas -rer.
The clniich" has .a well-organized
choir'with J. Taylor t as leader and
Miss Dent organist.      ��� '      !
f The late niinistc'r, ItevrC. Liidner,
was twice ii/cliargc of Kevelstoke^ and
left hcic to .retire' f-o'in act ve minis-,
terial work. * '   ,  '
��� Kev. C IL M. Su lici-l.ind, who sucy
ceedeil him. is like many ofheis now
in the west, a n.tive of l'iclou. Nova
Scotia, and was e netted at Mt.-Allis-
on'Methodist College, Sackvill'-,t]ie
l.rgest college maintained by' the
church in tli- maritime piovince-
Rov. Mr. Sutherland has been engnged
in ministerial work in the province
forthepa.-t   15  year-,  rnos.ol  whicli
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adner; Cum bo land, ^'e lington, and
Jit. Pleasant, Vancouver, from jvl.iclr
ho was in\itod to, Uovclstokc/ Mr.
.Sutherland is an able p e.iclier ,nnd
has been exceedingly popular'with the
difl'ciout congregation^ ainoiig whom
lie has carried on his inmis'teiinl work.
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Revelstoke, B. C. It'.: '  I'i  li     i^   i"  ���������, d\  * V -   ,  Tr ,      ��������� r  \\   "  I-'  -j  4,. -  i:':  ?     i  ('    ,  1      ,  >���������> *,  ,hj> i: i  i ''   -  15'"  J M  |t-  j>'"5  ���������'������������������4   r  V  es.  ast  .he  .he  tto  .he  THE KOOTBNAf, MAIL,  /.  //��������� 'A  IMPERIAL BANK JF'CANADA,  Uapit.ilAuti.omod, $4,000,000.. Capital Paid Up, *������ OOOOOO'.   Rest, $2,010,000.  Head Ollice, Toronto, Ontario.    ,    f''  Branches iii'tl.o Northwest Territories,, Manitoba, Ontario and Q������������'300-  And   tho followiiiB points in   British  Columbia:    Gnu}"{fi?h'^olMa'.,  Nolsou, RevoUtoko, Trout Luke Vancouver and \ lctorin.  T. Ji Mkiihitt, President.  .w..  ^ .���������,���������.,,���������... D. R. Wilkii:, Vico-Prosidont and General Mimmjer.  ,, E. Hay, AssistiiuliGonoral Mummer.    W. Moffat, Chief Inspector.  5.'Revelstoke Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  ! SiiuiiKstDopnrtmout���������Deposits Received and Intorost Allowed.  ^  '  Drafts sold nviiiliiuleiu all purls of Canada, Un'itod Slatos and Europe  0  ' Spacinl attention givou to collections.   , , A. 13. Piiii'i'M, Miinuiror.  In, a.  Masquerade  .    By  Harriet G. Canfield  ire'...   "f  ACCIDENT.,  r >       y  At the Revelstoke and, McCul-  lough.Creek Hydraulic.  ���������;''    ./Co's. Mine.    .   .   ,  ,   , On Monday night, ;H. Brown came  ,in post hn'frte for, a doctor','nnd report-  ���������    ed'a serious  accident  had   befallen J.  D.   Sibbald,   who   is   managing ,the  jHevelstoke   and1 McCullough   Creek  Hydraulic Co's. property.    It 'appeals  a rock slide took place at 8'a. m.;Jfon-  day, astonefstriking Mr. Sibbald'on the  head, and he'nasirndc ed unconscious.  Di.'Graham left hy  steamer .Tuesday  for the scene,of the accident,and  was  t  accompanied by Mrs. Sibbald, and W.  M. Brown, president of-the .company.  The Navigation  Co.  kindly  gave _ instructions   to   hold_ the ' steamer   at  '��������� Downie as required so that the utmost  assistance'could'be rendered  if Mr.  Sibbald could be brought in.  Dr. Graham reached, the camp'on  Tuesday   afternoon  and  attended  to  Mr.'  Sibbald's    injuries,, which"were  found to consist of a compound frac-  .ture'of the skull. He advised removing  ,him to the Revelstoke- Hospital .and  tlie task was successfully "accomplish-  ' ed Wednesday.    Mr. Sibbald  was car-  ricd on a litter, the mine start   taking  turns, and notwithstanding the rough  iraiV they  made ' good   time  to  thi  ", steamer landing and the ^patient  was'*  placed jn the   hospital  that  evening  All praise is due to the  men' for- the  manner'in which'' they .accomplished  their difficult task,' and to the Kevelstoke1 Navigation  Co:  for'the assis  ' tance-given.    ~     . _    .   ^._,���������        \[ - ���������  , ''Mrs. Sibbald accompanied  her husband dining the trying trip,  and  hei  courage and endurance, in   undertak- !  and old, but the chief features of interest 'wei o the baseball match and  foot'races", both of wliich were keenly  contested. , The former'was captained  by Harry Burridge and Charley Gordon, mid,'after an , exciting game, the  palm of victory was awarded to Bin -  ridge's team. , Cash prizes'gave zest to  the games, and each strained their utmost to be on the winning side. Bui  those who'were not in the fortiiiiat.'  list weie neglected, as every child g-1'  a pri/.e of spine kind. ' An nbu'ndani'i  of refreshments were provided' by the'  friends,'in the shape of pies, cakes in (I  oth'ci .edibles wliich makes ,the hean  of children glad.- Mr. Gor&c gave an  example of generosity well worth emulating, when he donated 3(5 boxes of  toothsome strawbenies for the "occa  sion.    -"-   v ' ; ,'  NEW BUILDINGS.  K.' ;1IIowson ��������� intcndSj building a  residence on McKenzie Avenue ,wheie  ho purchased a whole -block for dawn,  orchard and garden, and which . will  make one of the nicest'grounds in.the,  city.    Tliebuilding^vill not   be  on with thi������ Vrai' however.-  gone  THEvUSE OF .POWDER.    .-  ,'fi.vi' '���������,   ,Vu, '.  It Will H*t Harm  tho  Skla  If Y������������  J   Also Vaafcolfi, Cream.. ?  A word about using powder. It's ah  right If you clean the face thoroughly  every night with hot water and ollvo  oil soap and every afternoon with cold  eream and If always the"'powder Is the  ���������ery ' purest. With these precautions  you can use any amount of it without  injury, and possibly, as,the French  beauty.doctors insist, with benefit '  ' Actresses, who rise .not only powder,  but rouge, greas������ paint.and many oth-  fer materials in their;Various "makef  'nps," are yet famous, for ^retaining, the  bloom of .youth.into", middle'life and  .beyond  it."   May   Irwin,, who  is   the  n,u,^������,.u v. -~, ... .;-.��������� .��������� mother of!grown children.and-yet has  inc tlie iournev to McCullough'Cieek  .a smooth, piuk skin,which'a girl ^of  ���������,������, ,.,������ ������.������.,,.. t,^.our;r Df ^'SSTS���������  Graham,  and-accqmplished -the  re-, nse Qf CQ,d cream#   It ls tlie foundu-  kturn trip to Revelstoke' the  following> tion 0f every "makeup," and it Is Used  dav, were the subject of much admira-j with unfailing-regularity, night after  ..Copyright, 1903, by T. O. McClure;  !���������.,������.,������,.,������.+..++.. ������. 4, .,<������������������������.������,.. j,  Leslie 'Wolcott threw himself on the  ' green bench near the stone wall. It  was shady tliere "under the big maple.1  He' had been in the fieldsman day, directing - his men . and working with  them. After-nine mouths in the dingy  offices of Grant & Wolcott It was good  to be in^the country 'onceilnore. He  pulled his straw, hat over his,eyes "and  made overtures,to,the "sandman." '���������  "I'll take a little nap," ho said drowsily and then sat bolt upright. < Some  one' on the .other, side of' the wall was  'speaking his name. It was a woman's  voice���������a young woman's���������and she was  angry. ���������     '-  ' ,"Mr. Wolcott, Indeed!" she was saying.    "Why,   father  had  no  idea  he  lived next door when  he routed this  little place for the'su'mmet*    Father  isn't like j-ou; Aunt Hetty; he isn't always trying to marry me oil!" '  '   "There,  there!" tho'-lady addressed  as  ','Aunt  Hetty", replied  soothingly.,.  "I. simply  expressed, my pleasure  at  your^fathor's unusual' foresiRht in renting a' place'near Mr.,Wolcott's, a young  man who is not only wealthy, but well,  bred and well educated."  ,  '," 'Foresight!' " the girlish'voice cried  indignantly.   "I've never mot Mr. Wol-  ,cott, arid I've no desire to meet him.  The Very fact that ho is rich is,enough  to prejudice me'"against'him!    What  can there possibly be,to foresee?" ' -  .'.'That will.do, Elizabeth!, I had sup-,  posed, a Carter Incapable of, such' ingratitude as you have expressed!"     r <  There was tho soft,swish of skirts  'over the,grass', and then Leslie Wolcott awoke, to the- fact that he had'  ' been- eavesdropping. - Well, like other  listeners, he had'heard little'good of  himself. , He 'lay staring up into the  leaves, trying to imagine, what Elizabeth Carter was like-^-this girlovho  was "prejudiced against him." He was  interested and, slightly piqued. , The  more he recalled the ^conversation tho  more interested he became. His sister  was,away; .would not return -for a  month. Must he wait until' Edith came  tion.  Mr.'  , I night.  For three.or four hours the ac  Sibbald   is  still  in   a   serious  tress is sure to have a dressing of cold  Mr.' Sibbald   is  strll  in   a   serious   ^^ nom.IsuIng her-complexion'and  condition but   his many  friends hop',   j-eeplng it fresh'and elastic. .     .-���������  ���������-   ��������� * ��������� -ii i -      Tue p.yeruge woman, on the contrary,  soon,to IcarnJhat his recovery will 1 e  assuied. - . : ..>  siderable iii-prineinenl ye������teid<iy.  <  IJnhorsal sympathy 'is ^expressed  with-Mis Sibbald .ind cliildien in  their hour of 11 ml. ���������  CITY COUNCIL.  Contract Let.  At the adjoinned meeting List night  the contract for reservoir ,was let io  John ICcrnagli.m for $335, and- foi  hauling pipe and material \V." V  Nicbol secured the contract  at $2.19  This   being an  adjourned . meeting, j  no other business was transacted. |  is apt to dab on her cream one night  and forget -it for two, -with the result  that her half starved complexion fades  by forty and is parchment at fifty.  Probably she attributes the loss of her  freshness to the powder-puff. But the  real trouble was neglect' of the cold  cream. Use'It plentifully nnd regularly, and powder will do' no harm.���������New  York News. i  HOLLOW CHEEKS.  PRESENTATION.  ,      ' t  Before commencing the usual drill  on Wednesday evening lasf. the Rocky  Mountain Hangers were called to order for the pleasant purpose of pre-  'senting'thc medal given by Captain  Brown, to coipora) Hansen, the winner oi the shooting match on Dominion Day. The medal, .which is nn  exceedingly handsome piece of work  manship, was presented by the  Mayoiess, and suitably acknowledged  by the corporal in a few well chosen  words.  -     PICNIC.  St. Peter's Sunday School.  The Sunday School scholars of St.  Tctcr's church held their annual picnic on the old recreation grounds last  Saturday afternoon. There was a  large tin n out of the school children,  and a goodly number of young men  and ladies of tho congregation, and nil  united in making the day one of happiness and enjoyment. Games of various kinds weie indulged in by young  What to  Do   *o  Make  Tliem Become  Full  and   I������lnnu>.  Hollow cheeks are something no woman wants, and" it is not hard to remedy-them. To impart firmness facial  gymnastics and massage, accompanied  by a good prepared skin food or cocoa  butter, will prove beneficial. The skin  food is to be applied just before retiring and the exercise to be indulged in  both night and morning for about ton  minutes. To'exercise the muscles first  compress the lips, nil" the cheeks with  air and work the jaws in a chewing  movement, puffins the cheeks outward  as much "as possible and keeping the  mouth closed. '  Before applying the skin food prepare the face to receive it by a thorough washing in warm soapy water,  followed by a cold rinse. Dry and with  the tips of tho fingers stroke the muscles of the cheeks upward and backward with gentle pressure after plac-  }pg the thumbs at the base of the cars.  Anoint the hollows with the cocoa butter and execute a rotary movement,  beginning by placing the finger tips at  the corner.of the mouth and following  the jawbone to the temple.  Start again at the corner of the  mouth and work upward through the  middle of the cheek to tho outer corner  of the eye. Repeat each movement ten  times, keeping the pressure firm but  gentle. ,  laughingly. "Well, come over again���������  come often. I envy you the ability to  do so, young man."  In ��������� the days that followed Leslie  made the most of Mr. Carter's invitation, to the evident delight of'Mad(r������  and the disgust of Aunt netty, wn������  complained that she seldom ,found  them alone now, when she came out  for the 'day���������that forward overseer  was always there!    f        '     , ,     ������ '  ,<Leslie"'knew her opinion, of him.  Madge, child fasliion,' had repeated her  aunt's language. ^ "My!" she said. "I  jvish you had seen Beth's eyes flash!  She stood up so straight and tall���������like  this���������and she said, 'Please be careful  how you speak of'my friends!' "',;,,  .Leslie's face flushed with pleasure.  "It".was kind-of Miss Elizabeth to say  that," he" murmured. ' ' ���������'  ' "Oh, sho likes you. 'But Aunt Hetty  ls worried because Mr. Wolcott'isn't'at  home. ���������" 1'ou see1, she would like to, have  him fall in love with'Beth and marry  'her. 'Elizabeth,' sho said, 'what will  Mr. Wolcott and his sister think when  they come home and find that you have  been so Intimate with their hired man?'  And Beth snJd,.'Thcy will think that I1  recognize a gentleman when I meet  one.' I'm sorry Aunt Hetty says such'  horrid things about yon!"  , 'Tin glad!" Leslie cried, to the amazement of his little friend.      ,���������    '    .   ,  ;'At the end of the mouth,Edith Wol:  cott,came home and was Immediately  taken into herr brother's confidence.  "Don't give me1" away when you'call  there," he cautioned her.   '   .,  "Not if I can help'it'," sho said laughingly.  '   - ' _       -   o-.'"''''   ,  Elizabeth received her politely, but  Aunt'Hetty,, who was ' present, was  more than cordial'. "I'm so "glad that1  you and your" brother have returned,  Miss, Wolcott',''! sluf said., "There has  been no one for my ^nieces ^associate  with in your abs-uee." ���������  ���������"You forget our friend "Mr. Leslie,"  Elizabeth said quietly, and Edith Wol-  cott's heart went ^out to her then ^nd  there. '���������,,;��������� '.,'.'" _,.' s' ., -���������  ��������� "Speak-to hor^Leslie," sho'urged.that  evening, "before she, returns'my call.'  I can't keep your secret much longer."  "I will, now,"- he said determinedly.  "I caught-n glimpse of her white dress  out there in the moonlight. Wish' me  good luck, little sister." _ ^  ' An hour later Edith heard his step on  the walk. ' She met him at the door, a  question in - her, eyes. "Congratulations?", she asked.       '  - "Yes. for 'Mr: Leslie.' 'I'm jealous of  that overseer!" he'said, smiling ruefully., ."Beth was willing to take him for  better  or .worse,   but .Leslre  Wolcott  .she"��������� " , f  - "Oh!"  Edith  cried.    "She didn't reject you, Leslie?"    '       '.    ''     *  .-,"No, but'.r need-.your sympathy; she  put me on .three months', piobation!".  Antidote to PoJhoiis.  It is a groat thing to thoroughly understand what simple antidote to take  if one is so unlucky as to swallow  poison of any kind through mistake  or otherwise. Sweet oil is to he found  in nearly every house, however hum-  hie, inula half pint ot it taken immediately is tin ell'cctual antidote to almost all poison^ Any one with a  strong constitution should take a lar-  ucr nii.uiilU i.f l'..N '-'.mole remedy.  ���������'I'M IIBIiIE, THE OVERSEER," HE S^ID BE-  1 ASSDBINGLY.  home to begin tho acquaintance? No,  he doubted if Miss Carter would re-'  turn her call. A sudden insprration  came to him. The farm hands called  him "Mr. Leslie"���������most of them had  been on the place since he was a boy���������  ancl it was ns "Mr. Leslie" that he  would make the acquaintance of his  new neighbors.  Tlie father seemed old and feeble.  Leslie saw him in the evening, wandering among the losebushes on the  lawn. A girl of thirteen or fourteen  was with "him, but "Elizabeth" ,did  not appear.  In the morning he was starting for  the fields when her voice came to him  over the high stone wall. "Madge,"  she called, "come here and help me'  carry this rug; it's so hea\y!" Madce  was slow in coming, but Leslie vaulted  over the wall and ran up the steps of'  the little cottage. A shapely head,  covered with braids of soft brown  hair, turned at his coming and two  great, dark eyes looked at him inquiringly.  "Pardon me," he said, "but you called."  "Yes," she replied, "I called my sister. Is there anything I can do for  you?"  "N-no," he stammered. "I came to  ask you that question. 1 was on the  other side of the wall, and"���������  She looked at him quickly, suspiciously, ,he thought, and seemed relieved at the sight of his blue overalls  and old stiaw hat.  [    "I'm  Leslie,  the overseer," he said  reassuringly.    "May I lift the rug for  you now, Miss Carter?"  [    "Thank you," she said, and she thank-  , ed him again when he carried it to the  porch and spread it carefully on the  floor.   Madge and her father came up  ' and she Introduced him to them.   "Mr.  ' Leslie,   father,"  she  said,  "Mr.  Wol-  cott's overseer."    The old gentleman  extended  his hand cordially.    "Came  over  the   wall,   did   you?"  ho  asked  "-*-. ? yv.-. XCccp  tlio .MoatliuSliut.,     v i,,,  "'Keep.tlie nibulli sliut.. This'peremptory commanders to insure proper  breathing���������that is,, breathing through  the-nose..".Que should never unless absolutely necessary breathe through the'  mouth. It is the duty of the nose, and  it, was made for that express'purpose  and is specially constructed to aid correct breathing. In the first place, it is  provided with tiny hairs that trap dust  and impurities that may be in the air  and prevent their invading tho system:  The- nose lias also what are known as  turbinated bones. Those act as wann-  insc plates to temper the air as it is inhaled It is further provided with an  apparatus for furnishing moisture'to  the nir. All these, processes are quite  essential before the air is drawn into  the lungs, and if the,breath is drawn  through the mouth many of these essentials are lost.' It is an excellent  plan to take a good brisk'walk every  morning and . to compel oneself to'  breathe through' tho nose all the time.  This is a first rate hygienic practice.  At first it may bo difficult lo do^so. but  it is worth, persisting in, and "practice  niakes perfect." _ l ' -   '  ���������The leaders for over 40 years.   Have  '     ������ Anti-Friction Wheel Fasten'crs, Pat-  '   ent Foot Brake,  Instantly adjusted  Rubber Tire Wheels for, all 'grades.  ���������    Enamelled   Gears,  Oak, Green  and  Maroon.  Now is tlie, time to get one.  Illustrations of 2"j Mvlos from &I.50 to ^.W.IX) mulled  fioo on ii)>|ilicnlioii  Write for Furniture Cutalofiio  |W:weiIepBros,Vietopia,B:(J.'  FB.  hiK Go  ios, etc.  Call Willi Itutilior  $14.00.  ' COMPLETE   FURNISHERS. ' .  i'  r  ii :  ' '  , ���������  ������ ' ,  ���������  ������ ,   . i,  E. B. EDDY'S  V    l>  ^  i  ������c  (  ���������  i  "KING EDWAItD" 1(100,,  ' '���������I!BA,DL1GI1T,"o500s.      '     ,'  ���������"������������������Haglis." too.- mid 2oo,: " ��������� J,  ,   f'VICTORIA,"' '' ���������  "_    -  .    {.-LITTLE COMET." ,,(  FOIt" SALE   EVERYWHERE.  Are tlie. best .that'can bo bought: ,  Don't experiment with'other ancl  inferiqr bnmdh'.-  '  ���������  . r       ______ ���������^. <i     i i  USE'EBDY'S-  ri A '^ $'<* & rt g ������ r* f* & 4 <* & * ������������' '& '<* <������'<?<$ $ ������ ^M - 4- $ f*  hotel;  ===== COMAPLIX  , r      i  i4?,  j r$>f.  ������������������ -"*- n  ���������?��������� ' The Best House in Town. ' ,-    Well .Furnished'' -*- 'Good Table &  *,-''' ���������" '      -   '  ' D.������ ���������' '", - &>  T '   Best Brands of WINES; SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock. ^ :  rj?  ' ' ' .'", ' ~       ' ���������  *  W. HAMILTON:" Proprietor  ���������it*'  REVELSTOKE,, B. O:  \  '.       .;,'    '   '        ABRAHAMSON'BBOS,   PROPRIETORS, f  'Newlyi,'built'./'-;First-class in every respect. '  Allniodwn conveniences.  1   i , ���������       .. '     Large Sample. Rooms.'  . '     '  Rates SI 50 per Day.'      ~-f_   Special Weekly Rates.'  Queen's Hotel, Trout   Lake, under,,same   management.  orientalVhotel,  - ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords.1 . Best, Wines, Liquors, .& Cigars.  Rates $i a day.     Monthly rate.  '    ^ y  J. ,   ALBEBT      STOGIE,      PEOP  -    Marte  In  Germany.  "Talking of funny incidents," said  the crockery salesman, "reminds me of  one that occurred in our house. At  the time the ' 'mustache' cup was a  currositj', and the boss thought it would  be a good scheme to put it on the market vat a "reasonable price. Well, he  went to Germany, and. lauding that the  kaiser's subjects knew nothing about  the cups, the boss gave tin order -for a  big lot of them, to be of tiiie ware and  handsomely decorated. In. the course  of time the goods arrived. Then tlie  fun began. A few of the cups were  satisfactory because'they were plain-  that is, without mottoes���������but the great  bulk of them bore such pin uses in big  gilt letters as 'To My Dear Aunt,' 'I'or  My Darling Mother,' "From Tom to  Lucy,' and so on through the list.- The  Germans had tlie money and declined  to take back the goods, so they were  sent to auction, the plain ones packed  on the tops of the packages, arrd, aa  sure as we're silting here, the houso  made more out of them than it would  have done if the German manufacturer  had not made the blunder."  TEL  COMAPLIX  CHIEF ,YOUNG,      -    .  -      -     Proprietor.1   *  ,    Best brands ofiWines, Liquors and Cigars.  Travellers to Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this Hotel.      ���������   , ' ,  Wonuin   n<inlc I'roNldcnt.  Mrs. Annie M. Sten/. is president of  the First National bank of Monrdevillc,  O. At one time falio was the wife of  O. W. Head, then president of tho  hank. Later she became the wife ot  Henry r. Steir/., who had succoedud  Mr. Head as president. Mrs. Stcnz is  forty-seven yours of age, a financier  of ability and for a number of years  has inaniigod her large private fortune  in a manner that has multiplied it  many times. She finds time, however,  to be a social leader and to devote  considerable time to church work.���������  Kansas City Journal.  DAVE OK.ll, Proprietoi.  The best Dollar a Day House  in tlie town.  Hu.st  Brands of Wini-s, Spirits  anil Cig.us.  '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.  1 'l  , if  ��������� I  ������.���������u������l~<,,f,ri������* . THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  ���������TET- .  ^  THE OWL RS5  East of MoIboiiu Hank       .aB.lloveli.tokc.  For your meals.   Open day and night.'  Meals 25c and upward.   Special weekly  rates. ' Good service guaranteed.  ' 1    YODO FUJI1, Proprietor.  NOTICE:  ���������VTOTICE i-i horiby ������lvon .Hint. 30 days nftor  JN'< (l������to, I intend to apply to Sll9<H'!"'������"bi"  tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for n spocinl license tocnt and carry away t in-  bor'froni tho IbllowiuK clobcribod lands sltuatotl  iu Wos.1 Kootonuy District, II. (J. ' p';������������������r.���������  i CoiiimoiicliiK at a post ninrked Qoo.l. Puior s  north east comer post t> anted at 11 oi north  west cornor of tho I-\,llobinson jLniiiiiior Go. s  limit on the north sido of tho north mist arm of  Arrow L.iko, tlionco south omli y elinlin, the co  west oiidity chains, tlioncu nor h oluhty chains,  thence onsi'elulily chains to point of commence-  '"li'iieu tho ltllli day of May, 1WI^ y m,m  SELKIRK lODGlB. NO. 12. I. O. O. F. "  " MeotR overy Tuesday  ���������"evening "in' Selkirk  Ik Hull    at   8    o'olock.  _jBVlBltlriK brethren coir-  ���������^dlally. Invited to at-  - ��������� tend. *   "  , ,,J. MA.THIK. Sbo  Hi. E. ADAIIt.N.G.  OKOW'S'NKST l'ASS LUMIWR COMPANY'S MILL.'WARDNER, II. 0.  This sawmill is'equipped with u  .double cutting bunft saw, having a  capacity of ,75,000 feet per day.  The company is installing another  ".double cutting band which will  bring their output up to 150,000  per day of ten bourn.       - 6,  ��������������� The planing,'mill is, equipped  -with five machines .and is so situ-  sited as to 'permit of. the economic  handling   of  all; material; to cars  rcctly alongside tlie Crows Nest  branch of1'the Canadian^ Pacific  railway, and they caii handle from  1G to 20 cars at theif loading'.plat-  form at any one time.  The dry kiln has a, capacity of  50,000 feet per day.   '    o      ������������������'',<  The timber,-which' consists' of  western whi'te ^pine,' tamr.rac 'and  mountain ',fir, As of a very, good  quality and averages about 15 per  cent-fir,  25  per  cent tamarac and  of tamarac for -inside'.finishing ibl this season'about/20,000,000 feet of  "- ..,.,,..        ,        .1 U������������   ������ .-wl    nvnnf.1    I/S   rim    f.llO   llllint  now ari, established fact, ,as many  of'the principal dealers'and contractors prefer tamarac finishing'  to any rother'. ������be .merite.of .wcBtc^n  white pine for .building 'vmaterial  are also well known.' ,The mountain1  l\u being of a coarse nature, is  seldom used for' any other (than,  'dimension and mine, timbers. It  is very essential in" this connection  on .account of its strength and'dur-  timber and expect to .run the jplunt  day ancl night.      "     . ,  The officers of' the company arc:  John Breckenri'dge, president; >VL1-  liam Carlin, vicerpresident; Peter  Lundj managing director, secretary,  arid treaquree. r , *.    "...      ,f  ���������The .plant was supplied 'by the  Wate'rbus,Engine Worksi:of 'Brant-  ford,'Ont.,,through the company's  British 'Columbia    agent,  ,H.   B.  DON'T  ��������� MAItttY. DOCTOR or dot<  Hair, "Don't do  a thing;"  '���������",   ice, clearly wh.it'i  d of Flashlights  till jou  uoo, clearly wh.it i  bostbynld of Flashlights  on Human Nature, on health,'iIIho.iso, love,  taarrl.iim and imroiiliiKO. Tolls what yon d ask  a doctor, hilt don't like to. '.'1(1 panes, lllustrut-,  od,25coiitS! but to Introduce It wo send oiw  only to liny adult for PostnKO. 10 cents. M.  HILL PUB. CO., 129East 2gth Stroot, Now  York. ������������������  BLOWN UP BY  DYNAMITE.  1  '        " ' "T-. ' ' ,    '���������  <,   Two Prisoners in Jail.  '   '   A most dastardly outrage- was   perpetrated   at 'CoiiniplK-,' early,, in the  morning   of   Sunday,   last,   when the  ' dwelling owned by Thos. Cadinnn and  .occupied'by   George  Sii.uilding.  was  completely   wiccked   with   dynamiter  The   occupant'-was   sleeping   in the  .Wilding at theHime of the  explosion,  ,-and it is a miracle   that.'  he .escaped  -unscathed.     The   only   part   of the  3iou������e 'not 'demolished was  that   in  ���������which   he  ������ib  soundly  sleeping, the;  north ,ii id'west wails being blown out.  iind 'the "Hour led need t.> matchwood.  ^Provincial -Constable   .Upper     was  -detailed t'". -look   .vStei.- the. case, and  ���������wen* down/in   Monday   morning  to  * -TO.ike'iiiv^tigation.      The  upshot of  In- aiming was that Iip /pm eh ended  -J.Mii    .ne������    on    suspicion,' who   weie  l>,.muht liefTC .1 ustices ol 'the' Peace  .F   l'i'.i-eii and .1   W.Thompson.   Alter  ,    ii lull and   caiciul   investigation    into  i\\\   the  suiiounding    ciiciiiiistanues,  -two <>i them '.lake   Webber  and Wm.  H.up'T   weie discharged ,on account  .   of in-uilU-ient  evidence  to  implicate  and Wales there  are  a  million,more  women tliu.ii men and thousands,of  good, attractive girls���������many of them  daughters of farmer's and nil of them  qualified to make excellent^vives, who  have no dcsiie to become old'maids at  home, would willingly emegrate to  America, could they be assured that  they were going to meet worthy men  as hnsban'ds on the' other side of the  Atlantic. ' " ,  .We are able .to  give' good men introductions to such girls. ������  If you wish to  get an introduction  please   write   us  with   particulars  of  yomself (age,  nationality, occupation  and circumstances) as  a sensible girl  would reasonably expect to get.andave  shall at once wiiteyou in reply. ^,  - Toll us what kind  of a   wife,"."(a'ge,  nationality,  appearance and   disposition) you wish to gct:f , ;.      -t ?��������� >������  v   You will "also eyfcloBCj-bf  lfeefof $5.  A furtlier'Fee of it4o,wi]lilie''dtieitoiiis  within one month'aftcr marriage, thus  milking $30 altogether.  It lb not  at  all   nece&S'iiy that you  should be a wealthy man.  but it  is necessary  that you are a  man who would make a kind and good  liu-l).md to a good wife.  It you aie not such a man please do  not write us.  Add less.���������  them in tne d.istaidly   deed,  and   the   Mi-s������ks. .Ioiik Lrovn .t Duncv.v,  other two. .lack McLed and Fied.  jMcGowan, weie connnitted foi trial.  'They weie biought here on Tuesday  jind taken to Kaniloops. n Wedne-day.  ' It 's tincoielv to be hoped that the  ���������guilty p.uties will be dealt with in  bucli.a manner as will be.an example  -to otheis'who, for some cause, leal or  -Jancied make such a diabolical  ���������attempt to get even with those.le.nnsr  ^\hom they may have a g-udge.  BAND ENTERTAINED.  On Tuesday night last Airs. ��������� Dickey  and Airs. Smith entertained the mem-  .beis oi Revelstoke Independent Band  axnd their lady friends on the lawn of  ithe fonnei. which w-.is appropriately  rtlecoiated for the occasion with bnnt-  iing, evergreens and Chinese lanterns.  _.\iter a few games and music by the  ���������kind, iefieiliments were served, after  which the company adjourned to the  .Inline of Mrs. Smith, where a few  liom- weio pleasantly -pi'tit in games.,  ���������piano selection- and friendly  in tei course.  , At, the conclusion Roht (lordon. on  ���������Lebalf of the hand, thanked their  Jio-te-se-5 for the evening's enjoyment  iind for their many kiiidne--e- to the  .hand m the pa-t, and expressed their  .-i,'ood wi-hes for their future prosperity  twherevei they may decide to locate  TO BACHELORS  Time are *omc bundled-, of thousands more men than women in the  ���������Ci.iitr.il and We-tein rit.ites of Am-  -erica and in C.in.id.i.  As a result thous.inds  of   hotioialilf  Anglo-American Agents,  Alary'a Jtoadf  Leyton  London,  England.  CHERRY CREEK.  Mining Outleok is Encouraging.  St-. Paul people have now taken  over the Cherry Creek Company's  property and intend pushing development work. A plant for treating the  ore is to be located'in the valley below  the mine.  A.-McKay and Sam Hill aie pushing development woik on a property  that lias a tine surface .-bowing on  Afona.=liee .Mountain. They are  running a crosscut tunnel to cut the  vein, and expect to meet it in 150 ft.  .r B ArcICen.dc. of Camborne, who  has been over there speaks in the  highest terms of the prospect*) of that  section though he thinks it will be  hard to rind a better miijeial country  than Fi.-b Creek.  GEOLOGY  Of Fi.sh.Qrie'eX.anp' Lar^au^-  .Repprts.of Geological >  -        'Survey;   s  -.    '       '"   !    '' " ' ii ������   '  (Continued from last.week.)     ,.  Gold occurs, visible'to  the   naked''  I'f     ' *'      ��������� tj i ��������� if  eye, in solid quartz, in <seams in the  'quartz,and along.the selvage ot a.vein/  'Generally' it isyin small scales and'  nuggets; sometimes scattered 'thickly  through the quartz in particles'as fine  as needle points., It is, often con  centrated along the walls of(.i,vein, or  round the inclusions. As the walls  andmclusions are often highly .carbonaceous,'the carbon may,be responsible for the.e'nrichment. The veins  are usually -of higher grade where a'  'crossi.vein joins. - Zinc blende is said_  tbjbe a,good ^indicator,of values.- ,Th"e  pyrite'in.the''Highland ilary fahaft is  said.to carry as high as $2,000 per ton'.  Galena may ' or * may not carry gold  values. . t  ��������� A���������bbufc 2,200' feet of development'  work has been done on the claim. Of  this 500 ft. has been1 dope on No. 2"  vein; the rest cqnsistinc of tunnels,  winzes, sh.ifrs and cross-cuts .to Ifp. 2  vein, has been done on No. 1.  The lower tunnel is about 1,000 feet  below the Highland Alary shaft and  1,000 feet above the river vallej;���������"down  to which .the vein has been .followed,  proving its continuance in depth. An  aerial tram was being' constructed  from the lower tunnel to raise the ore  over.a shoulder of-the hill and convey  it 4,200 feet to a stamp mill, which,  has been built on the north side of  Fool creek above Camborne. The  mill is well-constructed and well-  equipped with ten stamps, resting on  a   graded     rock    foundation.'  THE OYSTER-CRITERION" GROUP.  This  group of  claims, 'operated by  the   Ophir-Ladc  Alining    Syndicate,  Li .lited, is situated southeast of  the  Eva group  on   the   extension   of the  same lode.    As on the Eva group, the  lode consists   of   a   belt of fractured  country rock, containing several well-  defined veins, one of which is probably  the Eva >*o. 2.     The yellow-weathering diabase schist which characterizes  the Eva lead, is in evidence here also.  As in the Eva,   while   the   veins   are  partly fissure-filling?,  replacement of  thecouotry rock by vein material lias  uNo been   i >-porUnt.      The   country  rock,  which   i--  mostly lead-gray carbonaceous phyllite, may be seen in all  stages   of    alteration   to   solid vein-  niatler.     (Quartz is developed between  laminae of the pliyllites.     This  vein  material then eats into the rock-form-  forming  cloud-like   ma.-i-js   and   the  FARM AND ORCHARD.  tROO worth of  fruit   from    an   acre  and a quarter of land i������   the record of ^  vV. A. Perry, thc-Stonev creek rancher l grains of the rock gradually Io������sO their  at Ro������sland ! identity     Finally they are completely  Cutworms are doing great damage ' changed to vein matter, though often  They can be got rid of by taking a' with nuclei of the phyllite remaining,  pail of water to which add 1 lbs. of' fn pl.ice-> ther<-fore the lead may consular, with this d imp .30 lbs. of bran j sist of a mass of reticulating veinleu  and add to it 1 lb of Paris Oreen, 1 of quart/, with phyllite inclusions be-  thoroughly -nixing it.      Piles   of this   tween       The   gold    m often  coiicen-  As a result tliousancis  oi    -   may   be   laid   along    the   borders   of' trated ..round the-e inclusions,  which  men���������runnel-,,  .Miners   nnd   other-.���������   (1 .wers and vegetable  beds,   each   pile j are frequently   somewhat  graphitoid;  Hiving   in   thos'-   di-tricts,   cmuot get ' being covered   by   a   shingle or "oard   e.r������n������rn..nnt.lv the rnol.. led ..arts of ihe  wives within   their  own   ci.cle of  ac-   laid lint  on   the  top of  the piles the  .quaintancc,. ' cntterpiller- will frequent  the-c   piles  But in England,   Scotland,   Ireland   and be poisoned.  consequently the mot'led parts of lb'  vum are often rich.    The gold may bo  visible to the eye, sometimes in rather  James Lade  ��������� coarse nuggets, and  almost   all, if not. I (Toljq Cnntiinieil)  all, of the vein will pan gold. What  has been said of the distribution of  gold values in the Eva appears to hold-  good^here. , In.theCriteribn shaft the  vein with some phyllite inclusions-is  15 feet'wide. ' The'Criterion tunnel  funs in'a northerly direction for ,135  feet, when a galena vein, live feet wide  ,is encountered, (whieh strikes -13 degrees. The.tunneJ then, fo.llows.the  galena vein. This vein lies between  two slipsj with gouge and slickensided  walls. In- about',65 ^eei.albng'the  galena lode," the Criterion quartz vein  is encountered -'striking 26L"degrees,  angle 65 degrees north. ' The,galena  vein, here narrowed down to, about 1  foot, cats,.through,th* quartz vein  and faults"it, the' eastern limb- being  encountered 15 .ft. farther in. , The  g. uge on "the.walls of, the galena vein  continues'' unbroken , through ' the  quartz. "The eastern l limb , of the  quartz vein strikes 90 degrees, and  dips at an angle of about 38' degrees,  so that the galena vein" fault was not  a simple slip, but the movement was  a rotary one. A cross-cut on the  quartz vein 4 to 5 feet wide is said to  'sample $80 to the ton. About 60 feet  beyond the quartz vein, the faults  which the galena vein has been following/diverge, the easterly one running  60 degrees while the westerly turns to  18 degrees.' The galena vein and the  tunnel follow, the Matter. Thiee  ���������hundred and fifty feet in from the  cross-cut the-galena vein encounters  an east and west fault with a dip of  80 degrees south, which cuts it oft'  completely.      A   little   farther   in   a  second,fault is met with.    At 525 feet,  . . ... ,  a quartz vein several feet wide wins  encountered-in the tunnel, ,striking  295 degrees angle, 80 degrees south.  This is believed to be Eva No. 2 vein.  In all about 1 6)0 test of work has  been done on the Oyster-Criterion  Group at the time it was visbed. The  galena vein contains galena, blende,  copper and iron jiyrites, largely developed, in a quartz gangue. A thin  film of a silver-bearing mineral like  argeiitite was also noticed. This vein  is said to carry .about, if TO in gold, besides silver values. From the way in  which the two quart/, veins are striking they should intersect on the  Oyster claim. Near their intersection  it is possible that cross veins and  other veins may he encountered, and  reasoning fiom analogy, where the  veins intersect increased ,values maybe expected, as in the Eva where tli-  intersections of veins favorably alr'ects  the gold content. An aerial tramway  has been constructed from the mine  to a stamp mill erected on the south  bank of Pool creek behind the town  of Camborne,3,.r)00 feet from the mine  and 1,500 below it. The mill is a ten  Btarnp one, to be operated by water-  power obtained from Pool creek. The  mill, under construction at the time  of my visit, ih to be well equipped  with crushers, vanners, and all the  necessary machinery for a gold niiM.  A compresHor to supply power for  drills at, the rhino was also to be installed at the mill. The Oyster-  Criterion operations were being carried   on   under   the  direction   of Air.  \   '   NOTICE.  ���������VTOTICE is horoby-'Kiveii Hint, W) 'lays after  l\ dato, 1 intend to tiDplyto tl.o Chief Commissioner or Liinils unci-Works for n spociiil  ltcfeiiMi to cut uiul carry uwiij timber fnm.i the  follovwn,,'described lauds in the Wo-.t'Kootonuy district:���������    ' s  No, 1. y  Coinmoiici'im'iit a post marlcod "T. Skinner N.  E. Comer post" nnd planted on west bunk <>r  Columbia Rivor. About two nnd a luilf milos  b'olow imiuthof NimoU'.Crcok, tlionco .-.o.ith 1W  chains, tlionco west 40 clinins, thonco north 1W)  chains, thonco oust 40 chnms-to plnco of ciim-  moncoincat. ,, , ,       , ���������      , ..,,,.. , <\  '"      Dntod tho 22nd day of March 1^1NN-BK  '    - No   2.     .   ���������     '   .  ' "('oinnionciiiK nt n post marked "T.^Skiniior'b  S. K. Cornor post" plnntod on- tho wosl bank or  Columbia Hivor ubotit three milesalipvo mouth  of Miilonoy Crook, thonco wostSvOclmins, thonco  'north 80 chains, thonco, oust 8(1 chains, tlionco  south 8(1 chains to place o^cginmoiicpiiionl.  Dated tho 22nd ilnv of M,,,rchp1������������,INNFR  Kootenay Lodge  No. 16 A.F. & A.W  The rogular meet IngB  ard held in the Mna-  ouio Tomplo, OdJ-  KcIIowb Hall, on the  tlitiel Monday In  each month iitSp.m.  Visiting, brothron  ���������.-__ -   ,- ,       cordially wolcomoO.  ' |0. Kl PROCUNI15It,������SKOKKTARvJ  To Trappers ,  Raw Furs Bought  ���������      iEJash Prices Paid  F.   B.   WiSLtS,  r      >  -' Exporter of Purs.  THIS IS NOT EGOTISM.  -We believe vie" know our1 hiisinese.  OirV -hiisinesa is to help you do.your  husiness.- We supply, np-to-dale fmsi-  eas means' and inetnods.-money  saving devices and how to use them.  MmkMiw  Standard .lemedyilor JBIeqt.f /fri^s  ,Gonorrha:a and Runnings IHiny.l  I IN 48 HOURS.'"' Cures Kid- v"'1" I  : ney'and Bladder Troubles.;  .-..-. *. -. i .t,  ���������rnr.   rllivr  T'l-f  T:'":; :MoticE;;^r,,,!,r"  .VTOTICE is horoby'Ri\ou".llint ,������> :<lujS(  1\ uftor dnto I intend to uppl>.to the flonor  ahlo thoTChief-1 Commi^ioner-or L.inds'mid  .Works for nlspecijil ilipeuso,U) ,cn,t. ...id,carrj,  aw.iy timber from ,lho Jollimini! describcci  hinds, siliintod in-\Vo-,t,Kootoniii.Wistrict,.vi^,:-  Conimeiicin-,' lit ,.i iKiitOiiiarkoil CUrenc-.o  Pii)or's-<iiiitli oust corner lx.st phinted on tho  nortli boundary <)f iF. HorJiiibimJsNmrpliiiBii land  on tho nortli side of.the north c.ist liriiior Arrow  L.iko.ithon'co west oirtlilyioliiliu������,":tlioiicojiorlli-  oiirlity clinins. tlionco o,is,t oiKlity.eli.iin-,, (lipnco  south eit'lilj cli.in.s to mint orcommoncemo.it.  1'Ba,cd,t.,is2,stday'ofMffil!>04;���������p^gr  TENQ^EIX 'LOOsjilfEAF.I'EDGKn.'  Loose .LeftW^iies.and'.L-djwrs wth  Alines specially rnle'd,'printed, pe -for-  atedand punched to'suit any style of  lander.     .��������� ���������. , , i'i   ,.   ':    > ,"..  '{'li' *,���������* \'i ~<   t!'.    ,'<" /   .  '���������    ' TBNGWELL'.TRANSFBB file.  Kootenay Mail Publishing Co. Limited -  ���������' ���������" "''revelstoke, b. p.j_ "  Oorporatioh^bf the bity  of Revelstoke. ,  ii-il  %  TVTOTrOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that1  iM 'the Hist 'siltiViK'-iif tli.'-'Aiinu.tl  Court of Revision of-the Municipality  Vif 1 luj"Oity (if ��������� Rcvi-ISfiiki' willibe hfeld  at. ill,' Coiitii.il Ohamhiji1. (jlit.y Hall,  (Ri'vi'lsroke, B.,C. nii.Tuewl.iy, Aujiiitt  lOlli, 11KH, nt 7:30 p ni.%for th.-.pur-pose  of hi'.iiinir ,<:oii,ip,laiiits .mainst^the  .issi'ssiir.'iit .is'i'n.iile hy th'e Assessor,^  and for n-vi-iiip; and cmivciing the'  a-5M't.siii('iit roll. I%  II. FLOYD, ,  '     .    City Clerk.  Revelstoke, B. C, Jvly 11th, 11XM.  NOTICE.  In Ihe innltoi nf John A. C'amoioi, dece.ised,  .mil in the matt or of tho Ofllcinl Adiniiiis-  li at or*.' Act. v ,  VTOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIVEN   th.it   by  M 'ordo. of His Honor .1. A i'oint, County,  .Tndue, dated tlic.lith July, 18111. Gi'Oi,(;e S. ,11c-  Ciii-tei-, Oflltial Adminlstrnlor for that p.u-t of  Kootenay County co.npiis.ed within the.Kovol-  stoke .Klectoial l)i-.trjet, lia-s ,boen .Kranlcd  letteis of admhilstrAtion, to (idiniuisloi- 'all  nnd sintriiliir the estate of John A. Cameron,-  deci-nsed. '  AND FURTHER TAKK NOTICE that all  clniins upon the snid estate iniiHt be sent in to  the muiI Adininiot.atoi-, .a his olllce Jinpciial  Hank Rloc),, Roielsloke, R. ('., within 110 days  fiom the dale heieof.nfter which time all pro-  cculs will be^dihti-ibuted auioiiB,llii' parties  lawfully the.e.u.to entitled.  - CIEOltCIES. JIcCAIlTKIl,  Oriieial Adiniiiistt-.itoi-.  Ilntod the 13th lay of July.,1901.  SO * BEIPBB BEAD  *t        - ht    f T' f H  Inrtown'than th.lt m.wlft  at fSmith,s:;B������ikei:y, and- 4  Cakes of EyeVy Kind  ��������� * ��������� i*   ��������� ���������'������ .'   <'���������-,  Arients for the Celebrated  '        "  i    1 t ' i y  .     MONSOON,TEAS. '  f  Mi-SiWH^CO.,  ���������;   MeKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke.  ���������jj. Giiy Barber  JEWELRY  WATCHES  and a  complete line  of the     '  GENUINE  NOTICE.  In the matter of Joseph Tiinmhi,deceased, .ind  in the mutter of the OIHcinl Aduilnistiatois'  Act.  ATOTI K IS IIEREIIY GIVEN that by  J_\ oidor of Hw Honor J. A. Korin, County  Jiidgu. dated .the (ith July, HK)KGcQi������e S..Mc-  Carter, Olllelul Adiiiinislialoi- ,for chat,paitof  Kootenay County comprised within the Itevol-  stoko IKlecloinl J/iHt.let, .has. been .granted  lttle.sof .uliiiiiiibtriillon. to adi.iniif>tei���������iill and  MiiKiilai lliee-late of Josopli'Tuniala,cleceaFcd.  AND I''UItTHEU TAIiJC NOTICE.Hint all  chums upon Ihe -.aid e-itate .must be sent in to  I lie said Adiiiini-sti-iitor, ut 'his ofllco, Imperial  Dank Hlock..Hei-L-1-iloke, H..C, within 30days  fitjiii (he date hereof, after which tune all pio-,  eeeds will he distributed among (he parties  lawfully the.e.inlo entitled.  CiKOHGK S. JUf'AHTEIl,  Oltlc.nl Admiuistrnl or.  Haled thu nil. day of July, 1901.  100 SILK PIECES!  Ex Ira large silk and satins for fancy  work, Loi clj eoloi-s.sure to pleaso, wIM. book  of fancy work and m t.--lic ii.einiuni. AIjL, for  1". cents 2 lots for B5c. Money returned instantly if noi as represented. Illustrated LIST  KRi:K. Audrov,: EXCELLO CO., 472 Main  I Street, East Orange, N. J.  ii  1847  Rogers Bros."  .Knives. Porks,  Spoons, etc.  Eyti cnrefullv exnmined uid  properly fitted to the best gTBdc  of glasses ~~   "~  cPo  FOR SALE.  . One of the best- garden ranches in  Jfoitli Kootenay with first-class  market at hand. Three milking cows,  liog_s, and 200 chickens ko with-ranch.  APP'y early.-Address may be obtained  at oflrce of the KoorcsAY Mail.  ,.The Master Mechanics Pure Tar Soap heals  and boftons the skin, while promptly cleansing  it ot grease, oil, rust, etc .Invaluable for me  ohanics, farmer,,, spoilsmen. Kree sample of  receipt of 2c. for postage. Albert Toilet Soap  Co.. manufacturers. Montreal.  BLANK FORMS   FOR   Mining & Legal Purposes  Transfers, Options, Powers  of Attorney, Statutory Declarations, Proxies, etc., can  be obtained at the  ..Kootenay Mail .Office.. in  ������  THE KOOTENAY MA]L.  ���������aintria ���������coa.tEiia ' tnrnr-iFai.  '   '" Synopsis of Regulations for DlspotwICof  Minerals on Dominion Lands lnJManl-  toba. the' Northwest Territories and  ���������i tho Yukon Territory.  ! ���������    ' ' Il       . u     J.   .1      r        I. ������    '      ^  I i.     ,  Coal.���������Coal lands may; be purchased at  10.0 per 'aero for soft coal and $20 for'an-.  thracito.    Not more than KM,acres can  <        bo acquired by one Individual  or ,cotn-  -.,     '<pany. -Royalty at,the rate of ten cents  per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be collected  o"  en the gross output.  ���������i~ Quartz.���������Persons of eighteen years and  v , over and joint,stock companies holding  i       froo minor's certlftcatcs may obtain entry  , Xor a mining location.       .   "  . A free miner's certificate ls granted for  ,' '    one or more years," not oxcecdltig rive, up-  )J.on payuiont In advance of $7.60 per annum for an Individual, and from K>0 to  (100 per luinum for a company, according  to capital.  ��������� a /   -  - '��������� " A freo minor having discovered mineral  In placo, may locate a claim 1500x1500 foct  by marking out tho same .with two lecal  posts,   bearing  location   notices,' one  at  , .each'end on the line of the lodo or,vein.  'i    -     The claim sliull be recorded within flf-  ,teen days If located within ten miles of a  '  mining  recorder's  office,' ono additional  day   allowed > for   every   additional   ten  .  miles or fiactlon.   Tho fee for recording  '^ - ' a, claim ls JO-       , .    '       'j,  ���������   'At least $100 must be expended on tho  '   'claim each year or paid to tho mining re-  '    corder in lieu thereof. When $500 has been  expended or paid, the locator may, upon  ���������'        having a survey made, and upon comply;  -Inff   with  other  requirements,' purchase  t        'the land at $1.00 an aero.   .     .  '  .i Permission may be granted by the Minister of the Interior    to , locate    claims  '  containing Iron and mica, also copper, in  ,.    the Yukon Territory,-��������� of, an area not ex-  ��������� ceeding 1C0 acres.       "���������?      '  " *' '  The patent for a mining location snail  ,p:o\ldefor the pay ment, of. a royaltj of 2J per  *.  cent ot the sales of the iroiliiet* of the location.  ���������   "Placer Mining, Manitoba'and the N.w.  - r   T.,    excepUiiBT-the,, Yukon   Territory.���������  Placer, mining "claims generally  are  100  feet  square;  entry    fee,    $5," renewable  yearly.     On   the . North . Saskatchewan  Klver claims for elther'bar or bench, the  former being 100 feet long and extending  t between high and low water mark.   Ihe  r   latter Includes bar diggings, but-extends  back to the base.of tho hill or..bonk,,but  not exceeding 1.000  feet,- Where-steam  '     '   power is used, claims^ 200 feet wide may  '   -be obtained.    '<- ���������    :. - ' >"  Dredging 'in the  rivers 'of Manitoba  and the.^N. wr T.7 excepting the Yukon  " . Territory."���������A free miner may obtain only  i -''   two leases of five miles each for a term  of twenty years,' renewable in the discre-  4    tlonkof tho Minister of the Interior.    ,.  ,Th'e lessee's right 13 confined to the sub-  -���������    -merged beds'or'bars of the river below  low watermark, and subject to the rights  c'-   of ail persons .who have., or who may receive , entries for ; bar 'diggings or  bench  claims, 'except" on   ..the    Saskatchewan  sRlver, .where the lessee may'dredge  to  nigh water mark oh each'alternate leasehold. -V       v        '   ��������� ���������-,''���������;..������     ~ ".  The lessee shall liave a' dredge in oper-  '    atio'n within one season from.the date of  '" .    the.lease-for each fiv������ miles, but where  a .person or company, has obtained more  .   than one'-lease one idredge., for, each fif-,  teen,.miles    or    fraction .is | sufficient.  Rental,-$10'per annum for-each'-mile of  '   - river leased.   Royalty at the late of two  ������     and a-half per cent collected on the out-  .put after it exceeds $10,000.   .   .  -  ��������� ,.  'Dredging In the" Yukon -Terrltory.-Six  ' leases of live miles each may be granted  " '  to  a  free "miner'for a term-of'twenty  :  i 'years, also renewable. ��������� -  -' ."��������� The lessee's right'is confined to the  ' ' submerged'bed or.bars in the.r'.yer below low water mark, that boundary to  "be fixed bv Its position on, the 1st day of  August In" the year-of the date of. the  lease.     . ' .    .   ' .  The lessee shall have one dredge in op  eration within, two years' from the date  of the lease, and one dredge for each  live mllea within six years from such  date. Rental, $100 per mile for the first  year, and $10 per mile for each subsequent year. Royalty, same as placer mining.  '    v      ������  ' Placer Mining In tho Yukon Territory.  ���������Creek, river ,gulch and hill claims shall  not exceed 260 feet in "length, measured  on tho base lino or 'general direction of  tho creek or gulch, the width being from  1,000 to 2,000 feet. All other placer claims  8lni.ll bo 260, feet square ���������        ,  Cl'aftnB are marked by two'legal, posts,  ono at each end, bearing notices.,'Entry  must bo obtained within-ten days, if the  claim'Is within ten miles of mining recorder's 'office.' One 'extra day allowed  for each additional ten miles or fraction.  ' Tho person or company staking a claim  'must hold a freo miner's certificate.  The discoverer of a now mine is entitled  to a claim of 1,000 feet In length, and if  the party consists'of two, 1,000 feet altogether, on the output of which no royalty  shall be charged, tho root of tho party  ordinary claims only. '     - -    '  .  - Jinti-y foe, $10. Royalty at tho rate of  two and ono-halC per cont on tho value  of tho gold shipped from tho Yukon Territory to bo paid to tho Comptroller.  No froo minor shall receive a grant of  moro than ono mining olalrn'on each sop-  erato river, crook or gulch, but the same  miner may hold any number!of claims  by purchase, and freo miners may-work  their claims In partnership' by "������nB  notice and paying fee of $2, A claim may  bo abandoned, and another obtained on  tho same creek, gulch or river, by giving  notice and 'paying a fee.  Work must bo dono on a claim each  year to tho value of at least $200. <  A certificate that ,work'has been dono  must bo obluliied'each year; If not, the  claim shall bo 'deemed to bo abandoned,  and open to .occupation, and entry by'a  froo miner.      ,  The boundaries of a claim 'may .bo defined absolutely, by.having an'survey  made and publishing notices in the Yukon  Official Gazette. >.'_ ' , . ' , ,  . Petroleum.���������All unappropriated Dominion Lands In Manitoba, the North-west  Territories and within the Yukon Territory are open to prospecting for petroleum,' and 'the minister may reserve for  an1 individual or company', having machinery on 'the'-land to be prospected,  an area of 640 acres. , Should the prospector discover oil in paying quantities,  and satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area not exceeding 6-10 acres, including the'oll well and such other land  as may be 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,  .February, 1901,     ' ' j  / _..,.-       . JAMBS. A. SMART    . .  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  The Revelstoke Navigation.Co.' Ltd  .    ,: "t   ��������� j_ .__'\' {  ;:. TIME TABLE'     ,  (During season of high water.) -  ... Leave Eight-Milk L'ANDixc each  TUESDAY ."AND. J7RJDAY at,6 a..in.  \.    -���������.Leave La Poute'each'  TUESDAY, AND FRIDAY at 2 p. rn.  'SPECIAL TRIPS.will be made between dates., of" leguliu- saijing^vhenT  evei'-busiiresV.bfVcrcd.VarJ-ants,samef.w.  <'-     ,.'',- --���������' ,    '   '"'   ,  The Company rescive-the right to  change'time'and days'of sailing with-  ^outfnotice.'-;-, '"-. ;,_ _ .'>,,','.f ". ';"  A. FORSLAND, ��������� C.f D. BACKER,  '(% -M.iI.ter: '���������'.     '     '; Purser.  LO O K   TO    YOUR  Have it new and up-to-date  Get good paper and workmanship by steam power  Get your Printing done from  New Type  on New Presses  No matter what class of printing you require we can do if for you  Loose leaf accounting systems a specialty  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Co.,  Limited.  REVELSTOKE, B. O.  MINE LEASING  Becoming Popular in B. C.  In an interview with the Outcrop,  speaking "of mining in general Mr.  Fowler M.E., said the system of leasing mines was becoming very popular  in British Columbia, and. though it  may, nppear'somewhaY straiige to' the  public generally, it' was nevertheless a  fact,that many' companies ,realized a  profit in tlris way that were unable to  make a profit by working their own  properties themselves '��������� in l,th'e .most  careful nnd economical manner.  "How do you account for that, Mr.1  Fowler ? " asked the reporter. , ,  ' ,"Jt is easily accounted for.. On the  American side of the'line the miners  are more outspoken .than here, and  there I hnvo repeatedly heard miners  say, 'On a'lease we put in three holes,  but for a company we could not think  of putting in more than two .holes.'  And that is e.\uctly what ..they do.  Miners will 'not work as-hard for a  company" as they will for themselves.  In this 1'think they are short-sighted.  By working hard,for a company " they  would he sure of steady employment  for-several'years, whereas they cannot  get a lease for < more than, a .few  months. , The''companies are recognizing this difference irr the cost  of mining and are -taking advantage  of it." ''       ,<..;'  ,   LABORS CALL.  A * .m^���������      * l'  The World, Rossland's labor organ;  has suspended.publication.   .  The Supreme Court awaided the  Centre Star Company, .$12,500' against  the ' Rossland ' Miners , Union for,  damages sustained by the' action, of  the union in the, strike of two years  ago. "���������; - ';*'   ,      ^ '.*,_ ��������� V  The Ivootenian says : "After'about  thiee years of persistent^ work W. A.  Galliher,' M./ P., has .finally secured  the settlement and payment o^the  wage claims against ���������,the f subcontractors _ wjio built/the railroad from  Laulo to Gerrard.     ��������� .    ,  "The  the mines:  J?   ',      ,:'       Vs. '     ,'  -,.'  Black 'Prince  in   Slocan, has  been sold. -   ���������        , ~t  The Le ,Rpi" wiirjinstal a 250 ton  concentrating plant.  L. 'Gu'eie is, developing the Coin-  stock on Isaac Creek. a  'I he Mammoth, on Goat  Mountain,  will ship" thiee carloads of ore.  "  The Molly  Gibson   bus   been   purchased   by    an i Eastern    Townships  Syndicate.  The tunnel on the Big Showing on  Goat. Mountain is in 85 ft. and the  property, is reported to be looking  well. '     -  The Goldfinch mill is running on  rich ore. A. F. Rosenberge.- is again  pushing development work on the  property.  The Tribune says Kootenay mines  shipped 82,816 tons of ore in June, or  16,037 tons moie than for previous  month.  George 13. McAulay, formerly of the  Cariboo Mine at McKinney, "died recently while on a wedding tour in  Scotland.  The total tonnage of copper matte  blister copper, lend bullion, and .-pig  lead shipped from B. C. during -June  was 2.646 tons.  The Topic reports eight inches of  solid gray copper uncovered on the  Lucky Boy. One man sacks $600  worth in one day.  The Eagle says : "Jno. II. Alexander, of Ferguson, has invented ancl  patented a very useful ancl economic  air compressor, operated by falling  water.  James Y. Welch, who  is  operating  the New Ontario  Gold   Mines  cut of  Port Francis; has come in with a  lug  of gold ore which, he say?, exceeds  al  expectations in lichness.  The Spokane Spokesman-Review  announces Americans will light for  the fortunes given them by the McBride government���������and given to the  detriment of British Columbia.  The concentration plants of Ho--.-  land are making wonderful progic?*.  Within a year Le Roi Xo. 2 ha.- put  in a 50 ton plant costing if 10,000, the  War Eagle and Centre Star have a  200-ton plant, costing $250,000, the  White Bear has a 70-ton plant costing  .fl0,000, the Velvet ha* a 50-ton plant  costing rfl.").000. so that nearly $850.-  000 ha- been spent within a vein i"  the election of milN for treatment of  low gi.ulc rues.  J. J. Hill Int.- financed the laige-t  minim? deal in the hi-tory  of British  Columbia and one vitally affecting  Greenwood and the Boundary district.  The deal merges the interests of the  Brooklyn-Sternwinder group in the  Phoenix cainp, the Athelstan gioup  in the Wellington camp,, the Emma  in the Summit'camp, the Morrison in  "the .Deadwood camp, and the Mon-  treal.'and-i,Boston smelters at,Greenwood. The merger is capitalized at  $7,500,000, under the name' -of the  Boston & .Montreal* Consolidated.  Indications are that Hill lms,outgeneraled the Canadian Pacific for the  immense tonnage of this district.  Turn  ^Backward;  SPORTS  ' J. I).' McLennan,champion,amatcur  wrestler of British Columbia, left last  Saturday for Vancouver, where he is  to compete in Caledonian games to be  held on July 30th. -, lie meets 'all  coiners,and feels confident in" holding  the titles   ( ',,.','  JlcLeod and Gotch will do buttli-  on Aug. Cth for'championship of the  .world'in Vancouver.,   ���������  r ( I , ������ I ,  .   '   Horse Racing.   <"  ' I     '      r ' \ '  1 Several citizens state that if, ii nice  crack ,'is provided' in the citjf and  regular race meetings organized ' they"  'will import some good horse flesh and  endeavor to make Revelstoke hold its  own.with the outside world in horse  racing as well as anything else.'  ���������  c ,   " ���������    ',--      ,f     I   .       '   ',     '   r  r,    "    Lacrosse.   ...,   " ������.  Revelstoke plays Golden , here on  Aug. 3rd.   ' ���������  pilt;,o'r  ..  ��������� ���������  < *  ��������� ���������  ��������� ������  i*  >*  {���������By GREGORY HUMES ;;  ,' -, ,    J ' '  '   '       <*  CopvrtoM, 190*, by T. C. NtClwe \ J  (.���������4****<M4^^*'!^*+'������MMM^^**  -"Ten years have changed y'ou���������for  tho betterj" Bald tho woman. '������������������  . "It has left yon untouched," said the  man smilingly. '��������� '    '  , The woman smiled. At thirty time ls  not necessarily.a.woman's enemy,' and  ���������he felt that what tho man said was  truo. Hcr,beauty was a little more full  blown, but It was In"comparison to that  of her youth as the perfect roso ls to  the opening bud.'  For tho man time had worked Just  tho chango sho wished, to see. True,  the buoyant spirit of. youth had none  from-his eyes, and she,would never  again see the star shine in 'them when  he spoko'of his 'hopes, his ambitions  and his Iovo for her. Now they wero  clear and steadfast, looking out on the  world ,with-the confidence of a'BOUl  that has proved Its strength. His hair-  was touched with giiry over, the teni-  ples", but tils face was ruddy 'with  health.      'f,     -    , .'  ,v"It is Btrango that'we should meet  hero in the' very shadow of St. Michael's," said the woman. ��������� "  r f'Yes," said, the limn.' "It is strange.  We were to have been married in St.  Michael's. Do you Remember tba't older time?" ���������-' ' " ' -  , rThey-J,were.walking leisurely up the  shaded avenue, and It was some ino;  RAIL AND STEAMER.,  , '___i ' *.,  ^Conductor Hyland is relieving Conductor' Ogilvic 'on/the Arrowhead,  branch. .      ',        J ' " '    ':"'  Nos. 9'6'and 97,thc trains"which run  through ^e'vclstokc" during the' day  are being well pationiz'cd.   ' -   " '   , '  The G. P. R."carman 'have waited  on   Mr.   Cross.   asking,  a , uniform  schedule for all western "divisions. '* '"  /Arrangements  arc  being  made foi  (starting'the bridge crews,at, the .Eagle'  >t     ' t ' t ' - i v, *     ' ,'  Pass "in   putting; in  'the. new ^stecj  bridges 'there.. "   ',  ' Two \york trains have been  at ChiU'e.'s pit" between "Ilucks.Jun"  Kamloops, .Conductors ".Bell -nnf  Brundrett .being respectively, i.,  charge. ,   .     . '     ;    x  The'Sandon Standard says in consequence of the action of the C. P ]".  in raising Kootenay rates neaily' all  shipments for Slocan will in future be  brought in over the Great Northern. ' .  The'* steamer Princess Victoria,  pride'of Pacific const waters, ran on a,  lock as she was entering 'Vancouv.'i-  harbor and as a result will have to be  laid up for some time "to undergo  lepairs. ,   <���������  The Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company has entered into an agreement  with the C. P. R. for the lease of the  latter's branch line from Pernio t.  Coal Creek mines. < This line is about  five miles long ancl was built for tli.  purpose of tapping the coal mrnes.  W. Weller, C: P. R. Yard-master n:  Kaniloops, met with a painfulNicc -  dent. ' He was about to get on tin-  switch engine when' he slipped an>:  the wheels passing over his foe.  crushed it so badly that he will-ln-  unable to woik for several months.  The Nelson News ��������� says : "The  steamer Kootcnay, which \\stb nt  Nakusp for six weeks undergoing a  thorough o verb an ling, since her re  turn to her 'run between Robson nn-l  Arrowhead, makes the trip of 127  miles between the two places, in nn  hour's less time than she did hcfoie  she was repaired.  Biakcman Mott was knocked off a  train at Cherry Creek by thepqe of  the water tank which was down. Mitt as picked up unconscious but soon  recovered, and strange to say was, not  otherwise injincd. Passing the tank  lie was looking hackwaid waving in  the other tiain crew and did not  notice the water pipe was down.  The Sandon Stnndaid says: "The  Canadian Pacific system of rohboiy  now in foicc is calling for rediess from  the town������. affected. In almost eveiy  instance it is proven that the C. I'. It.  officials, who engineeicd the blood-  squeezing game, delibeiately lied to  deceive the people. Hovolstokc, a city  moie in a position to lie a (listrib  tiling centic than any point mound  here, is disci imin.itcd against in favor  of Nelson, evidently to build the railway's fiec given inlciesls in that  town." '  "LET ' L"3 - NOT SPEAK OF' THOSE OLD*  ���������-. " T - . STOHIES," SAID SHE.     ' ,  merits before the woman replied.. Then  she said .softly and without looking at  him: . ' .  .  ������������������A woman never. forgets the older  time, but I'had thought that it was  different with men. You ��������� know that  hackneyed, quotation, 'Love is of man's  life a thing apart; 'tis woman's whole  existence.'"_/    -- -  It.is not often that.a man notices a  woman's dress, "but love made this  man's faculties keen, and he noted  with a joyful start that the woman's  costume was a sort of, halt mourning.  He did not answer her last remark, but,  said:  "You are wearing half mourning."  He was'looking at ber with a keen  hope'In his eyes that the woman easily  .read when she glanced up at him. Lowering her eyes and veiling them with  the long lashes so that lie could not see  the curious faint smile in them, she  ���������said, with a conventional sigh:  "Yes, for my grandfather, who died  recently. You had, not hoard of his  death?" ��������� '   ]  "No, I have beard nothing from,any  ono in the city for several years. I  kept up a corresponileiiec with one or  two of my friends for a few" years and  then it dropped away and died a natural death. When I noticed your half  mourning I thought for a moment"���������  lie did not finish the remark, except  with a sort of half sigh that the woman heard and under-stood perfectly.  Tho curious smile in her downcast  eyes became more pronounced.  The man went on, this time'a little  bitterly:  ' " 'Man's love Is of man's life a thing  apart,* you say, and yet it seems that  I have better kept alive the memory  of that older time of which you spoke.  You miirrled Carlton within a year of  the breaking of out- engagement, mid  never gave me a chance to explain tho  accusations tlmt were brought against  me. I, nt least, have so well remembered that I have never mnrrled."  "I was unjust," said the woman,  "but remember (lint I was very young  and knew very little of the world and  of the men and women who go to make  It. It can do no wrong to you nor to���������  to Mr. Carlton to say that I have  learned since that I was nil in Hi  wrong. I would have called you buck,  John, but my pride would not lot me.  I waited until hope died and then I  married Carlton, who had been, ns you  know, devoted to me for a long time.  I thought it for the best, but perhaps  I was mistaken. Perhaps it would  have been better to have waited and  waited."  The man looked down at her in sur-  [rrrsdJ His senso of honor was', too'  keen to permit him' to make love to>-  another man's wife and it wiis a shocfc'  to his memories of this woman for heir  to talk In this way. She had marrledb  Carlton, a man whom he despised, and; '  it was.not (or him to say anything tov  which the most jenious husband might  object,   ne loved the woman, and he-   '  was not' willing that anything should!  be said ,by either her or himself" that  would make the old worship die away.  It was possible that the woman read: ' ,  some of this'train of thought in his- .  face, for sho, looked up at him, oncer  more.     In   her  eyes   was   a   curious-'  smile. (     ,      i    ' , '  - They had reached her house, and sho>  nsked him to come In.  "Thunks,"'ho said, "but I fancy that   ,  It will be Impossible' for me to do sou  I  shall  endeavor  to-ccateh  the  12:1!*-'J  train' for, tho west."  There was a cold dignity In his manner.    ' ''���������'', '-;  "You used to know Mr. Carlton, did:  you not?" asked tho woman demurely. -  "Yes," replied the mini, a trifle grim-  '  ly; "I' knew him, but wh were never  friends.    I miiy err1'In'my suspicions, '  but I have always thought that it was-    ,  he who told you the stories about ma-    ,'  which  made  you  break  our  engagement."       -, ,'    ,,  ','Let us not spenk of those <old sto-' "  rles,',' said she softly.   The smile wa������  gone out of her eyes now.  -"Nor earn  I listen to anything against Mr. Ca'rl- "  ton.    He loved me In'liis^own way,' ������'  think, and. after all, he was my husband, and n  woiii.-iii.ciin never forget'*  that. ' I ,think- that  of  the  dead   wo>,i  should speak no evil."  ,  ���������" "Of the dead?" said the man In quick: '  astonishment. _"You menu"���������''' ; , 'f;  "Mr. Carlton dlod'tlve years ago." | .'���������  "But   yo'u'tbld   nie  that  your," halt  mourning was for'your grandfather." .  ��������� "So I did," and. bo It Is.    I did notf  think it, necessary'to wear, mourningr '  for my bus���������for M.r. Carlton1 for five-'  years.    But there'are the, chimes'or* _  St.'  Miclinel's7 saying that "it 'Is1 noon. "  You -will huveisciint time in 'which to>  ,  cntcIryonV, vtraln. r Sogo'odby.,  I wish* ,  you all happiness." "- '      ,,-'   "  The woman extended her hand.'.ancE '  the man took it and said:       ' ,-_    ���������,  "Don't you know the air the chime* ,  are ringing?   Tliey are saying, 'Backward, turn .backward; O Time, In-1 thy    (  flight.',  Can't'we   make'old-' Kather-  Tlme go back for us,some ton year's?"  . "Time can  never be'.iturno'd back,"    '  said the woman seriously.  -But there- ' f  was a tender light in her eyes which.'   -  the man loved to see.u ''      ..    f        ������  "If ,tlint is'the fuse." he said, "we-  iiiust.bi'gin all over again and,bid de-  ,  fiance to time." ">���������        t ,  .Side by side tjieyL_stood and listened:  until  the 'cliimcs had filing out thehr  lnst note; then .tliey entered the house-j  to'gotlier." "'���������'  , J''" '   *" f     ,-> ,  ,    '    A   Certain  Core.  '* Tlionins r.row n w.-.s about to take a.  short sea ���������vo.-.>.���������������. " 'i'linma>, hated tbey --  sea and all limt's, in it with n 22 carat  hatred,  tor  hei always sulfered horribly when,on  the lirin.v , ocean, but,be-  ' had to go. 'and iliere v-.-'is no help^for-  it.   This time,'however, he determined'  - to put n new seasickiiessLeure theory  - into  practice,  and   no  sooner  had  he-  -got on board than' he stowed  himself  awuy in his bunk and slept like'a top  till   early   next  morning.     He   felt  in.  perfect, trim   nnil   went   up   on   deck-   >  beaming with delight.'  "I've found n certain cure for sea- "���������  sickness, captain." lie announce!] _ to-  that individual. "(Jo to your bunk as-  soon as you get nhoard and don't show  " your nose out ol it until yon are near-  your destination. It worked like n_  charm with me. 1 haven't had a 'in.ilui'  all night. Why. what are you laughing at?"  | "Oh. nothfns."snid the captain, "only-  the maclunfi-y broke down just as we>  were start im;. and we haven't .moved,  out of dock nil nnrht. The oth-r passengers were traii-Jterred. luu we didn't  know you were aboard."  \ i        f J,  'i '  -<*,  Tlie   WhIIm  of  Olil.  Five bundled years .mo iiiiii������trels attached to the kind's court were called:  waits, .piobnbly Irom the old French  verb waiter, to watch, it wa^ theirr  duty to guard the streets, nt ni'-ilit audi  proclaim the hour, ns watchmen dill,  afterward until the appointment of po-  lice. , >    ,  We find them spoken of by Uymen int  tlie reign of lO.lw-.-iril IV. as follows^  "A wayte. that nigl.telye from Myehel-  iiins to dhreve Tlioisdnye pipethe the-  wntclie. tie oatetli in'the hallo witU  liiynstrielles."  Another derivation is indicated bjr  Itutier in his "Principle-, oi Mustek."  published In UXMl. who mentions "the  waits of hohoys." In lonli.-iiiaiion of  this Dr. Htishy says of w.Uis in his  "Musical Dictionary, 1'hN noun formerly signified hautboye. and fiom tlie  iiistiuments irs s|������ii!tlc.uion was after  u time trmi'ifeired to tlie performers  themselves, who, being in the habit of  parading the streets nt night with their  music, occasioned tlie name lo be applied generally to all such musicians."*  ,��������� London Chfonicle.  Ciif   I'li-Mwr...  Cut flowers .should be pl.u'eil In the-  refritterator overnight. In tlie inorniii^-  cut the steins about :in lia-h. iiih! puc  fresh cool,water In the vases. Do nor  sprinkle lliem. as a rule, nlili'iii-rji rosea-  do not seem to '>e in Hit ".1 that way.  Mix plaster of pnris with vineiv.r Instead of wiiler aim you will find it excellent to stop tlie cracks in the wall.  If you tack a. piece of white oilcloth over your moltliiiL' board It is almost as good ns a nimble slab.  'I I  ','.'  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  ,, <*>  c. ,  If you'think'you  would like  to start'        sr  , r  TAKING  PHOTOGRAPHS  'just call ancl see'the variety of  KODAKS  \  '       /AND  CAMERAS  -    AT "THE  Canada drug &  BOOK CO.  They keep ' all" the  necessary  .supplies and chemicals.'  Call, or send a post'card for  Catalogue.        ���������' c,    '  Local ancl General.  ,  The post office at  Olds < was-looted  . !by robbers last week.  .''   There    is   an   active   demand   for  llevelstjke villa lots. - ,  ,   11. IM. Smythe is  putting   in a pool  .table   rn   connection   with   his cigar  store. '*'  '     A 700-ton beet-sugar factory and 900  'families are'to'be located on the 0. P.  11. irrigated l.inds at Calgary. ." ���������  D. McCarthy   is   building' a   two-  stoiey store for Mike kit, on ' First'St.  The buildniK is IS ft. by -14 ft.     .  \-H, K. Livingston, merchant of. Arrowhead,'has made an, assignment to  SMELTER  TOWNSITE  ' J.'jS'. Henderson of 'Vancouver. A  We are requested   to   state   tn.it  it  Buy yotir Lots  now before the  .... .   . {       ,,'-���������. ".    ���������������  raise  Sixth, Seventh, Eight, and  Ninth Streets how being  ,   , surveyed, which consists  of all lots between   City  Park and Town. ���������.' ,  Mrs.   Smith,   at   New  REVELSTOKE INSURANCE AGENCY  ..>:f;^'f-V;UMifEpff.:'  f ;:  ������������������-'--������������������        V ; ,  >Agents. -  ' 'i  was W. Milhgan, not T. Milligan, who  ' had the narrow escape'from drowning  at Beaton. . .., \     ." ._  ' .Young men especially should read  the aidv. of''Messrs: "John Floyd and  "Duncan . in 'another1 column headed  "Bachelors'."   f',,-_.        ',.".!  Another mail robbery of   registered  parcel containing between , .$1000 and  v ^2000: is   repented   from   the . Lake of  the Woods.'. ' >', K .���������   . f   .  ft i& rumored   F.   \Y.   P.idnioie,   of  ' Sio.iinuus,  is  to   build   and opeiate a  first class hotel on the  shore  of hong  Luke���������Nbt\s.  A oo.iesijondent urges that the  ���������needs on the. recieation grounds be  cut, as at present they make it ditli-  cult Un practice.  C. F. Lmdm.'rk has purchased from  C. R. Mnedonald and J. M. Doyle two  Jots on the east side of Mclven/.ie Ave.,  next tlie Imperial Bank.  Attention'  is   drawn   to  the ranch  advertised for sale in another column.  ���������This is a first-class property and   well  '   -worth   mvesiig, tion    by   prospective  "buyei s.  The announcement I hat an arbitration treaty between Germany and  ���������Great Hi renin was signed comes as a  complete and not altogether pleasant  .-surprise to the English press and  public  The special number of the Vernon  TSTe\\s is a most creditable-publication  ���������and is a   big   advertisement   for  the  Okanogan Valley. It is well printed,  well illustrated, iind contains a lot- of  valuable information. ' .     \, ���������  The dominion .govern ment has arranged for the Armstrong-Whitworth  company to start an, ammunition  factory at Ottawa, with branches! in  British Columbia and Manitoba when  required, f      ' .     '   ��������� ; i     ���������   ���������  The. United- States - government  threaten to appeal ��������� to'-the.'British  government against the action of .the  Latirier government . in ; advertising  Canada through'the States and taking  away so many of their people. ��������� , . ,'  Henry Brown, the packer,.for. Geo.  Lafornie^made the record ride from  the Big . Bend in coming,,in*,for,-a  doctor ior J 'D. Sibbald.*.. He covered  the distance of 65 -miles over .a,-rough  trail-in.ton and a half no'urs.M,r.:aK,'-  Full owing the cxamriJe.of.Ofcar.agan,  ��������� hiiio-owneis a Revelstokefland-bwner  proposes cutting upjus property, into  ten-acre lots and ottering,it for sale to  citizens who want a little more than  a mere building lot and would iike to  lune their own garden and orchard  and keep a cow or two.  The following Revelstoke pupi's  passed the preliminary McGill uni-  \ctsity niatricul.ition examinations:  Gi������ce Eli/.alieth somes, 321; Maud  Hyatt, 3112: Kli/.abeth  Law-son. 416. The two former made  the highest marks in these preliminary examinations of any pupil in the  pro\incc. Rupert YV. llaggen, of  Revelstoke, passed the rin.il matriculation examrnatrons at Vancouver for  J  Magili University.  Read C. B. Hume '& Co's advt.' on  first' page of this issue.  Eno's Fruit Salt for summer' health  |1.00 per bottle- AT 'the Red "Cross  Drug Store.' ' , .  Fly Papers, Insect Powder, Mosquito  Oil, Mosquito bite'curative,all reliable  at' Bews' Drug Store.  KEEP KOOL. Our ice 'cream sodas  are well known ancl'justly popular, lio  it; now���������-AT the Red CroMTDrug Store."  "lO'-per  cent  off  screen' doors, and  windows, at Lawrence's  ' Stafford's  Inks,   Paste,   and   OMicc'  Mucilage: , A fine  assortment always  at Canada ,Dr ug and Book C9.  The Deliverance,'tlie latest and most,  popular, novel, 75c. paper,' $1.50 cloth)  at the Red Cross Drug Stoic.,.,, ., ,,,..  '   10 percent off law nf mowers ^pr.qne  week; at W. M. Lawrence's. . *,_  Make   your  'own-, souvenirs  ''i--.  We  "   ���������     .' 'A',-.  carry   a' full   line   of    cameras   ancl  supplies. * '.Arc -always5ready r to talk  Kodak to anyone interested.���������Canada  Drug and Book Co. , , , . , ..  Notice appears in the Gazette of,the  incorporation of The Lawrence Hani-  ware Company, Limited,.with a capital  of $50,0U0. divided into 500 shares of  $100 each, to acquire and carry on the  business now canied on by W. M.  Lawrence of Revelstoke. , ; ,.  Mosqtiitos���������they   will   not   trouble  Catherline.iyoTrrf'ybTrburn insect powder procured at the Canada Drug ancl Book Co.  to her   sister  Denver.  Tlie'btihebnll team are making arrangements for a dunce to be held on  August 30.       . '���������'...  Dr. and Mrs. Cross leave for Winnipeg where Mrs. Cross will make an  extended stay.  ,-, Mr and Mrs. Foley ��������� were in the city  this week on their honeymoon trip,  aiid left for the Hot Springs.  . '  On Thursday afternoon Mrs... Pratt  gave an afternoon tea in honor of  Mrs. Judge Scott and Miss Scott.   _  "G. S. McCarter and J. M. Scott returned Wednesday from Vancouver  where they had been attending the  Supreme Court sittings.,' .       v   ���������  On Tuesday 'afternoon Mrs. J. M.'  Scott entertained a number of friends,  at afternoon tea tq, meet Mrs. Judge  Scott, of Winnipeg, ancl daughter. '  Mis.' Elson and Miss Richaidson  will arrive next week to make their  home at Revelstoke. Mr. Elton has  taken Mrs. Bolton's house behind the  C. C. R. depot.    ��������� '   ',  On Friday afternoon , Mrs. H. A.  Brown entertained at afternoon tea'in  honor of Mrs.'Judge Scott and Miss  Scott. Miss Scott leaves tonight 'on  her return'home to Winnipeg.  .Messrs G. tF. Piper and Chamberlain, of Minneapolis, and who are interested in the Empire Lumber Company, are expected to visit the district  this week. Mrs.' Piper will accompany the party.  B. A: Lawson is placed sixth in the  tyro section of the New- Westminister  match at, the" B.. C. R.''A. annual  meeting at Victoria', and'is-also included in the list of prue , winners in  the Victoria Corporation match.,    -  Golden plays lacrosse, here in the  afternoon which will brighten the affair. The', ladies 'have' offered their-  services in providing lefreshments. -It  has not yet been decided where the  dance will be .held.' Tlie committee  in charge, which is a" capable one, intend making it one of the best dances  of the mid-summer season. ���������." '" |  On S. C.'lsbister, of the Waterous  Engine Works, leaving 'Arrowhead,  the st-ilV and employees of'tlie'Arrowhead Lumber Coin puny' made* him a'  hand-nine piest'ntation. This took  the lorn, of a 'silvei plate'' valucd-'a't  $100. The'.presei.tatii.n'was 'inside by  ,'w. R. Beatty, the'inlinager, hi a"few  liappy'remarks! Mr~Isbrster lias been  at' Arrowhead" for' some .months..'ih-  stalling'tlic plant for'1 the' company,  and became a ,general favorite with  the company's officers and .employees.  KEEP KOOL  By putting on Screen Doors and  Screen Windows.  We have them at prices .within the reach  of all.  We also have a'good stock   of-Refrigerators, .Ice  Cream Freezers���������and if you do  not want to have a ��������� .  hot kitchen'use a Coal Oil Stove, fromr$1.00 up.'  DON'T FOfcGET ,    V' l   ' . '>]  '' ',,���������     We also have a first class stock of Lawn  Mowers,  -.''���������'    '   'S     Grass Shears, Garden'Hose and Sprays.  W. M. LAWRENCE  FOR AI,L KINDS'OK HAlinWAHE.'-f ,    lf    ���������  "..Get  ( Your  ���������V.b'.l  . ���������    1 1  .        - . ...  Spriiig Sii^t  V, Union-Made at ^-C;  McKENZIE AVENUE,    /   ���������   ,'", NEXT'TAYLOR BLOCK.   ���������;  i        ..,    -r     -   The only, place,, in .town you canfget it.    ' -" y    ',.'!.'  "OUR NEW  Ari: Oi'K.v For Your Inspection'.,'  .      t       .* \ ^ ,,' .       '  *,    17R0M   Uioh   Colorings   iii   Hull   and   .  '    L     Room Dosii?ns to Dainty Cliiimbur  -   ElTofAs   onr, Stock   and  Pricos should  ^  .; .tnoot the  niostyjxactiiiB rociuiromoiits.    5  ���������    '- 1       .<. .  R. Howson & Co.,  Fuprtlture Dealers'. .Picture Framing:.'  ,   .Undertakers & Bmbalmers. ,  no������e*>s  That wc ?ire competent  in the art of dispensing.,  We have his confidence.  We assist him by carry-  in jr in stock all the latest  drujrs and chemicals;  by carefully preparing  and ctimpounding his  prescriptions ; by delivering promptly all  prescriptions left in our  care.  For ll.o-f rpiwiin <;������r i.rnscrir.tio.i  Ir.wlf li.is ^n.w.i n.iiidly l'*<������r the^  ro.i-on- iv r������i|i'-rtrulh .'.-.k ftirvmr  l,,itr<in..Kf. I.e.ivo in tlii-iifxt pru-  -f-nptir,... f.rtcll >������iir������lortor l(i lc.uo  iaT/?e "Red Cross  Business Locals.  refrigerators,   at  a   cool   =t,ore  ut  TROUT LAKE.  Water Works System Proposed  Articles of incorporation are in  process of completion for a joint  stock'compar.y, consisting of Trout  Lake ancl Revelstoke people, to  furnish water to the -city of Trout  Lake. The plan is to tap Baty  creek at an elevation of 200 feet  above the city, which will jjive* a  pressure of S6 pounds to the inch.  A reservoir will be built with a  capacity of 20,000 gallons. -The  company will be known as The  Trout Lake Water Supply Co. ancl  be capitalized at $10,000.  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  fj. A. A.iam-i, Mun.iiser.  Social & Personal.  for  Aromatic Bl.ickl.erry Compound for  diarrhoea 25c AT the Red Cross Drutr  Store.  10   per   cent   off  Law rences.  Cool .drinks  and  Bcw's.  Tlie shortest road to tucces.- i1- by  advertising in the Kootenay Mail.  Gladstone siid that advertising is  -an enorniori'- i.ower and the bf-ft sub-  .-titute for tin1 mint." < If.you want to  make a mint uf your busines-'- get and  keep an advertising -space in tlie  Kootbn-av Mah.. Thestc.irnofliusirie-o  machinery i^ g"f'f' printing. G^t  your printing nt the fv'oolenay Mail  OHice. -  FREE to the public, rich nnd poor. 1  fifty dollars reward to any  one suffer- j  ing from rheumatism which  the   Hot  Springs fail to cure.      For particular-*  address Mrs. E. McDugall, Nakusp, F?  C.  One of the moat useful Institution"  of today promi-c to be The Diabetic;  Institute of London, oatalihs-hed  scientific re.=oarch into the origin, [  cuwe and treatrnent of Diabetc= and ;  the second my lymptoms- gout, 1 lieu-1  nintNrii, ciirbnncle-., etc Hardly any)  di-ciiie iJ so little   understood, and   ..t|  tho winie time ���������"> in-idiou'-iinddanger-! F|ectric Lamps, Ooor Bells and  mill   as   Diabetis, which, according   to ���������    ���������������������������--'-'   the   highest   modern   authorities,   m  curable after all, when treated in time  If   inteiested   write   to   the   Diabetic  Institute, St. imiistari's 1 fill, London, ��������� ������mn{\  ^^    ReVelsfcoke  E.C , foi free irifoim.ition. '  KOOTENAY ' MJAlL'r"EMPLOVi'-  _ MENT, BUmiAJJ^^  Owing tfV'the'l.n-iie tiuuibei'-'-of "apjili-  cations we'ieieivv tn'iii all jiiii-ib ot  Ihe coiintiv fuitii peis-niib i-equitine:  ciiiplovmeiit, and from enipliiyi'r-  w.inliner help,, we have decided to  (-tulilii.il the  KOOTENAY JI AIL KMPLOYJIENT BuitKAU  A register will be kepr ot pel son*,  wanting situution-. and ol the p,u tu-ii-  lar class of work they seek, and also ot  fi'.iplnyeis K-ipiiiiug help.     '  The only charge 10 persons wanting  ���������.iliiatir.n������ or to , einplovei-s wuntiiiR,  help will lie 50c. to cover (ost of advei -  lining. Postiige for replies must. lie,  cik losed Advertisers -=ln.nld .advise  us when suited," in older that n-iuifs  may be removed tii.in list.   "Address.-  THE.-KOOTENAY MAIL,  REVELSTOKE, B.' CJ.  WANTED     ������������������  stAfir+if Vne*r   "'   "*���������*"  Neatly and ;rjj,e, Kootenay,  Expeditiously'!^ ,.\ >    -   ���������   V  ��������� E^atek'atvffllail Office.'-:  '1'oronto accorded   Lord   Dundoriiikl  an enthtiiiaatic farewell.  Mrs.    Bolton    left   "-Vcdnesday  Golden, en route to England.  Mrs.  \V".   M.    Lawrence   and    Mi=s  Grant lo.ue tomorrow   for   Winnipeg.  J. .1. Foley, formerly of   Arrowhead,  1 is at the   Const   on    his   honeymoon  ! trip.  1     Mr;. fCernigban ha- gone'ori ,1 visit  t;Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hoi  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures 2,fn*d,' Put In.  WANTED���������A large fire-proof  ���������Kootenay    *"   "    "  Company, Revelstoke.  Mail  ,..     _    nfe.  Publishing  I  clJP.G  f, BABBIT YOUR BEARINGS ,WITH     '  CANADA METAL OO'S^Babbitt  P. B  S & CO,  /  1 '  "'���������", v ' Wholesale and Retail"'"1' "���������  \   1   .   .   V  Meat Merchants  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  '   '���������. ������^^^ss^'Calgary,' Alberta  ���������1 III N G L E M E N     WANTED -To  make .Shingles hy day or 1>>   milliner.     Canadian     Timber   and   Saw  Mills Limited, Tirait, L.ike City.  s  WANTED- General    SERVANT  Easy Place, about 5 or OIumii-  .$���������������) a ii.onth.���������Apply at  work a day  thih otTicc.  WANTKD -A  Ge.iei.il  SLRVaNT  willing to woik.     D.uii's light.  State w������ki-.���������Apply nt this oflice.  n*UR?rt;LA.SS HUUKIIMAN wanted  J' in 1..ill col ting :C) M. per day.  U'.ig'- !?H(KJ it -atiM\.ctor-y.���������Apply nl  lhi������ ollk-e.  \\r..\NTKI)���������A   piiMiiim  VV     FOKIiMAN  .-in 1���������.   (.'..Ill I.III.im. .  ,.l, Kniiienuy  Mail Oflii  a*., MLVK  'u-sL cl.iss rel'cr-  pii'l'eii-ed ���������Apply  WA NTKI) - Kx penenced    DI NI SO  ItOOM Glltr..--Uniini Hotel.  mTLl HANDS  punv. Arri'wIiiMfl  U/'ANTKD  WANTKI )-M 11.L 11A N DS-A pply  10 the [jig Lend  Lumber Oom-  TO ItENT.-Geiillcui.in  wiiiiM lii.-ili-.hed i-ootn. Me-  KiMi/ie A vet.i.e. or Knsl, preferred.  Add.i-s: X Y 'A, Mail olTice.  RAN<MI    FOR,  SALE  ������ N IDKAL FKU1T RANCH fr.111-  /\ pM-iiiglfliid'eh. Thiee lhou������imd  I'n.il.lives nineiK reixlr.twl.ciry, three  .icici ui-|>1k-i 1V. 2' i.ciCS bliickbe.-iy,  ,111(1 f.ne in >e 1 I'm 11)0-11, CJook loci.l.1011,  miiIv half .1 mile from '-chool, 2J miles  riiim M'lilion. and   10 miles  from \ .111-  f.o.iver, .,,,������.,,,.  A. S. HKNHY,  Mission City, li. C.  ir.Mornsoii  /'     -       (Successor to Dr. (Jurry.  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 Prime Stock of Gioccrics, Fruit,  Vegetables.  MEALS AT-ALL HOURS  Chas.. Sam Woe  vva'sh ing, laundry  labor" contractor  * * \ '    "  .   .   I '.    ~*  FRONT STREET  , . 11 f  (Opposite Joss House, Gold Hill Hotel  Building.  J. THORNTON,  Painter, Paperhanger  and Sign Writer.  Estimntc iriven for nil kinds of house |),iintiiif,'.  Orders for P..|)orl.a.iKi.ii; .'...(I Knlsomnm.K will  receivo prompt attcntioji.  ADDRESS : P. O. BOX 232, or  SECOND ST., pehind C. P. R. Shops.  Orders loft n������ J.,\V' 13ciiiiott's will bo  j.romptly altonded to.  A. E. BOAK  hub opened in the Cowan   Block   the  best makes of silverware and cutleiy.  Try our Iced Sodiia, Ice CreaiiL, Straw-  bci lie's.nnd Cream.    Can't be  beaten in the City. Agent for Raymond Sewing Machines  _   ���������    ~.^.       nnrrnr noinTrri Pianos, and OrB.ins sold or exchanged.  FRONT    ST.,    REVELSTOKE.-rHIRD STREET,       - -      REVELSTOKE

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