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 IPTTiBIjISIOIIEJID   TTXESIDiA/^r  JL1&1D   JFJEZUD^TST-  VoL 7.���������No. 3'7.  EEVELSTQKE. B. C, JUNE. 13, 1900.  $2.00 a Year.  f the"t:t/a T\riin TomrvfTfrf I   tt lD8 r0,,S'  <W5  <������>  <*>  <$?  fvfa  r     **  w)  ' <������h  *������>  "r������>  <sV  <^)  # '  $  '#'  Ladies Blouses���������Special offer" in new ands<$������  popular goods, latest styles, regular prices'_e|������  $1,   $2.   and  $2.50',   going  ho\v   at- 50c, <i������  ���������'$i.5o and $1.95.', .  " "     '.j '-'"'i  Ladies < Skirts���������Crash"   Linen,    Pique   and 't'  ' '    Duck,'regular price, $1, ^$2.56, $3-.75 . and. ^*  $4-50-'goi������g.������9w at f$i��������� 1.50, 2.75 and 3J50. *&  Men's Furnishings; and ''Clothing���������All .������.  Wool Tweed   Serge "and   Worsted .Suits ^  from $4 to $17,;  Men's* Balbriggan'under- JE-  w:ar suits $1.       '     * ' ���������       , '     -    ' ~,a  Boots and Shoes���������Reduced* for .one day.'������Ji  ,   We make a special;offer of a splendid line-i|i  ,*   "   of i.hocs, perfect   littiify-, gootl, "new stock, t������������  8TANDARITPRICE $5, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, T  ��������������������������� PRICE,$3.75.- \   ;:    '    '"������������������,  '���������      . ,:$  e also carry a choice stock,of Carpets and; ������m  Linoleums, second   to , none in the city. <*,  'Call and see us. * " :,.������*,  "4>  iVC  f *No "Trouble to Show Goods  -i&^^v;^^^^^  , Tlie election  iu   Revelstoke   Hiding  Saturday resulted   in   h   victory   for  Thomas Taylor, lhe conservative' can-  diduto, wljo won Iiy ��������������� majority of 150  over Alexander McRac. * Voting locally t-nn a I tout oven throughout the day  according    to    the    figures    of    tho  sc-iiilineers,   and   when    the    leturns  staited to come in  from  surrounding  polling' places   considerable  ' interest  was stirred up and a large  number ,of,  electors anxiously awaited the counting of ballots'when the poll closed' at  7:30.   "Both   committee, rooms-.'were  provided with''telegraph  irisliuments  and operators so that the returns from  'other'ridings, were   made t known   as  they cnniejn.  .About 0:30 "the Revelstoke ,City Band turned out and a- procession was formed in   tront  of Mr.  Taylor's committee1 rooms and marched,  around   town   with   burning brooms,  etc.. while Mr. MeRaeV; supporters sat  in their rooms enjoying- The- feast of  pe^jinfs kindly.sent them by (heir op.  ponents.    "Sand}"   is  still   on rdeck,'  however,  and" took   his", defeat -well,  there being nothing, but the  best  of  feeling   existing  between   the" candidates throughout the short campaign.  Following is  the   lesult .of polls in  this riding and thetotals in the various  constituencies:���������"',,, ' .      "  REVELSTOKE RIDING���������    -  , -  , "  ' Mediae', Taylor  ���������Belts.! - -Beltsr' Belts!  ifs' . Belts  ��������� AT--  ml  o  THE JEWELLRR'S  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.  rDray ing  ana  Tc.inis always re.idy  notice. ' . Contracts  taken.  Agent  fur  a .specially.  .  at   shortest  for jobbing  13. C. Oil Co.  Robert Samson.  tines  ��������� A lar^e range of readv made  summer suites just opened up  twelve patterns to choose from,  all the latest, well , made and  neatly finished.,, Drop in and  compare prices before buying  elsewhere.     '  Good, well finished -"Photos  equal to any macle in the district. Work finished in Revelstoke.  ALL    WORK    GUARANTEED.  that we sell the celebrated  Coote Prospector Shoe, no  other will give the comfort and  I satisfaction, this we know from  long" experience.  Tho Fred. Robinson  umber Go. Limited.  Comnplb:   Mills   ju-l   Mailing    under  ,' above. ui.in.iRcineul.  Special Attention given to  Prospeetors Supplies.,  Remember   the    Place:  Sticker Man Wanted,       Mnrrfc    &    *stppd  One who can in.tke moulding*.    "IvI 1 flO      %A.      U^VU;  One who can make moulding1:  Mill Hands Wanted,  Apply In  Company's   Oflice,   Revelstoke.  FRONT   STREET,  EBVBLST0KB.  , Revelstoke      -,.301  '   ' Trout Lake , ' .21  " '  -    Nakusp* ..--." ,   '23 ;  Gomaplix ' - ,11 ,  Thomson's Land." 10  Halcyon Springs '��������� X' ���������  -r--y   Illecillewaet "11,  -   .      - A! lie! t Canyon I-  '.    .     Glacier   /   ,   ��������� 2ti  ,   Ferguson 29  Arrowhead 3  . Fire Valley .5  Burton City 7  French Creek '.i  Boyd's Ranch 2  Carries ('reek 1  Smith Creek 5  307r'  VICTORIA-  Hehncken     - H'AiS  Hail im\  Turner lol?  McPhillips lio-'J  ,          Man in 11554  Brown    ,/      ' 1207  Vates     a ]������i?> L  Beckwilh 21(31  SOUTH. VICTORIA-  Eberls 2.51)  Sangfter 2<)8  NORTH VICTORIA���������  White         - 48  Booth ,28  Robot bun 12  COWICHAN-  Dickie 177  l-"ord HK)  SOUTH NANA i MO-  Dnnsmnir 211  Radclilf.! k 152  NANA I MO CITV-  cSmith IXi  VateH m .  NORTH NANAIMO -  Mc-Iniies 2'W ,  Uryden ]\)o  Dixon 7.'!  COMOX--  Moiincij 25-')  McPhee 213  VANCOUVER CITY���������  Garden ' 171K)  Martin 1737  Tat low lOtW  Gilmonr 1J02  Wilson 1430  Macpherson lt:J5  Wood Wl������  Dixon 830  Cotton SOU  Williams 720  -Maclain OS'J  WKSTMINSTEIE CITY--  Hrown  ' 02S  Kclii ol)  182'  01  -10,  , 23  '20  A  ) l"  ".5  2-),  43  40  10  U  1  '   0  317  OHILLIWAOK-7  Monroe  A>li\vell      ,  RICIIMOND--  Kidil ,  Riiwa.i  Wilkinson  DELTA���������  Oliver  , Beny  Forster  DEWDNEY���������  , McBride      , 6  ' -Whethani  WEST LILLOOET-  Sinith  ,, r, .       Skinner    - .  ,L:i chore.  EAST LILCOOET-  Prenti'ce  1    Graham  NORTH YALE-   ������  '   Trillion     .'  Deani!  ,  Palmer  WEST YALK  ���������j r       Murphy  IJi-ebe .  KAST YALK--  Ellison     :  '     Snodi'i-ass.  Rayiner  SLOCAN R1D1NG-  Green  Keen        _>.  Kane  NELSON RIDING -  "JIouFton  ������������������       i  .,'   / Fletcher -    .���������,  Hall"'  ROSSLANDKIDINtJ-  ,'<   Curtis      ������  Macintosh  Nr E;/k6qTENAY��������� -  ������ "Wells  "���������    '   "-  . Armstrong  1 Burnett  S. E. KOOTENAY  Ferine  Smith  Cosligan   "  CARIBOO���������  Hunter  Rogers  , Kinchant  Jones  ALBERNl���������  Neil  o'R.'jll'ord  Thomson  *4  2i>2  2S2  117  :m:i  20U  201  21')  200  IS  J 20  f;< ni  225  51  , 22  i;:;i  i.vj  o  71I*  180 -  ' 200  i:*2i  12S1  i  w  75 .  Tel  J 57  100  10!)  DO  130  ti')  '" V.\  I.S  Western Powers   .  Asked To Intervene.  (rfptciiil lo tlie M.ui..)   ' '  ' Jvjndox. June   11.���������APekin   dis-  j patcli to lhe Times says that- iho Em-,  ' ( r  peror of China lias.. addressed an  appeal to the western powers asking-  intervention to stop the present  state m������ anarchy. The situation is  growing steadily ' more alarming.  Forty J^nglish mid   American mission-  V  aries'  are  gathered   at the.   American  Methodist mission aud are surrounded  by 300   native  pupils,   who    it' was*  impossible   to   send   to   their   homes.  They are.wailing ,with a, few revolvers  * *t  and    guarded      Ly      leu      American  marines,   for   iviiifoicemetils    to   lake  .them tu the coast. '      "      , ,   ���������   ,  Opposition Caucus   /  ���������    Next Monday.  (.Slivuial to the Mail.)       0  , YicTouiA^ii. C, June 12.'���������TliereJiV:  nothing new in the political situation.  An, opposition   caucus, to^ lie  held at "  Vancouver has' been., called   for Mon-  chi\'j next.    '"Much   speculation .is in-/  dulyed** in" as   to' whether the LieUX".--  Governor? will   ict>iiru' or be dismissed-'  and who" will be called upon to form a -  ���������'overmncut.  The Municipal - Council  Dominion Day at Trout Lake City.  i'i-      . ' *  Trout Lake residents   are' working  hard this year to make the celebration t  of   Dominion   Day -a greater  success'  than that of last year which was much *  enjoyed by all that, attended.     Invitations have been received by the Revelstoke City Band and Revels.tokc Football  Club   lo    be   present   and   in  all   .  probability both  will  lie  represented.  It.  is said   that special altraetioiih will  (hia  j ear  lie  otVVrcd  and   a   Wi-lcoinc  lerepJion is guaranteed all vi������ilois.  Ceo Sunnier, mining recorder,  e.-une  up from Cutnaplix last evening.  Al, (lie city council meeliiig Friday  evening I here were present Aldermen'  Kilpatriak, Patrick, McMaJion,, Newman and Abrahamson. Aid. Newman  in the chair,   , -     '  The Revelsloke   Water,   Light,  and  Power Co. asked  permission to extend  its pole line two  pedes east to Railroad , ,. , ,   ,,      .  ���������. ,  ,, .   , . Alooie went down to represent   Revel  Avenue and  threes poles tm  avetmes ' .     .  Thus.   Taylor   left   last  evening   to  attend ehe grand lodge meeting of lhe  1. 0. O.'F. in \ ietoria  as   represent*-"  live of Trout   Dakc  lodge.    Peter  I.  stoke lodge and J. Palmer on behalf of-  iSeikir!  lodge.  south of Second si reel  P. R. Peterson wrote stating that he i  i������ dcsirou-> of  moving om1 or  more of j ,        ��������� ���������  his buildings on to his'hind across the j Court .Ml. Ucgbie, I. O. K., 'will  C.P.R. (rack and asking I he council j ,it,tend church next Sunday evening,  to assist him  in  obtaining  a   special    |,���������.t;ting   at    (lie   lodge   room   alflroO.  permit from the C. P. It. U<v that pin-  pose n< it i- i in possible to move any of  tln'in uudet l he In idgc  Moved and seconded by Aid: ICilp.il- [ .lU,(|  rick and Abr,ili,ini?oii (hat. the Hcwl- j  sloke ^N'atei, Litfht and Power < '-o., be  granted peimi-siou lo extend I heir  elect lie light, line on Sciuud si reel, to  Revelstoke and Arrow Lake track  thence along avenue or, lo.id to (he  Robinson Sawmill Co.'s ollice. Carried.  Moved and seconded by Aid. Kilpatrick aud JMcMahon that Mi. Peterson'^ communication re moving buildings across lhe C. P. R. company's  track be forwarded to Superintendent  The lodge is steadily growing: ten applications for iiii'iubeiship were mad  last evening ami four eiudidalcs   iliili-'  \\'itli the in.i.i^ijiJLtioii i.f (lie Impel i.d Limited set \ ice I hi" Canadian  P.icilie Railway operates it through  sleeper between Arrowhead and Vancouver fur lIm accommodation of the  Kootenay business. , This will be , a  very gieat convenience to the travelling public.  We are. in receipt of the.   leport  of  Duchesnay for his consideration and j the, minister ot mines ��������� for the year  ���������that this council do now refer back to j ending ii 1st December last. -H con-  the ordei of bu'siiie.^s motions. Carried. * i.-iins a   great   deal   of   useful   infwriu-  Moved and seconded by Aid. Kilpat-.  rick and Abrahamson that the city  solicitor be instructed to lake a< lion  to enfoice lot owners in th.- lire limits  to comply with the by-laws and teso-  Ititiuu-j p.r.-.cd by tin ��������� uuincil. CV.nied,  alion together vv 1th many  illustraUoiis  of mining scenes throughout lhe  province.     Accompanying the  report   is   a  sketch map of lhe province of   Lriiish'  Columbia  .showing   mining   divisions  auil u-ujid olficc-j.  . p -t~~vi&3&$S&gr-  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Zbe Ikootenny Hfcail  '    PU15LISIIKD SEMI-WEEKLY.      ,      '  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  -HV-  U. K. UAMI'J-JKLI,.'  rmiucmisu and l'noeiMinei:.  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  KATES   ijuul,       on    appli-  AnVKUTlrilXO  cation.  JiJ'A I'HINTJNG of every kind at most reason  able rates and shortest notice.  , ACCOUNTS 'for job  printing  or advertising;  jmjmIhV mi tin1 lir-t m'I-very month.  I1" r.n all matters of- lo.-al  :nv ilud and .-arei'iilly enn-  'fdi-ivil. Ail ci.iiiiii..iiioiiti'in- In tin* Kditur  mti-i \> ��������� .. .iinii.1 nil d Ly the name of the  Wi'iirr. nut .icci'-s.iriiy for publication, but  ������- 'in evidence of rfn.).l fait.li.  CO-:Ii JJmI'OV i ;IO  ���������i' p-.:!,u-- . r ( i'i  Address  Tuk Kootenay Mail,  '    .Revel.-loke, B.C.  TUESDAY, JUNK i2, 1C00.  Trout Lake Notes.  \V. II. .l.-.ckson vvill spend   over $2.7\  fXXJ iu elevelopinent on the _ I Hack Bear  group of claim-;.   These claims  which  ���������ire. hunted on Boyd  cieek   is a   -silver  ' lead proposition and has an ore body of  . between I and o feet of solid' shipping  ore.,. Development   will  also  be  commenced on the Wide West, a property  ' owned by the* same company.  The men working on the Ruby Silver,  /a'Lexinglon creek property nre getting  some fine ore.' " ���������   ���������  ��������� Two men arc al vwoik on the Alma  group on Pool .creek. The tunneKon  this propei ty, which is owned by Cory  Menhinick, is -being di iveil in solid  galena ore.  ,'' Work will-be. beigiijiT on the Useless  ''  and   Valk'y'rie : shortly. "This     claim  which is located on Lexington creek is  '. own.ed. hy \V.'. Pi-ice and   has-a   lead  exposing S feet of line concentrating  q  e������re. ���������    '  ' J.   W.   Westhill,   superintendent of  the Old  Cold  just  came  in  from  the  properties and was  seen   by,a   Topic  reporter,    lie says the development on  the Old  Gold.   Primrose   and   Guinea  Gold is very  sa(isfuctoiy.,   They .have  just discovered a very   promising  lead  'on the Old'Gold some SO feet'iiorth and  paralleling the lead ,where the  present  work i-s being,done. The new discovery  "seems lo be a   very   important one as,  I here is soin.'. o() inches  of  high  grade  coiKJonlraliug ore and  0   to   y   inches  clean ore Visible on   the  surface  for  a  considerable' el is! a nee.    There is now a  double shift at work driving a   tunnel  on the discovery.---Topic.'       \  poses was no less than $2611:���������What it  will total when the proposeel new hells  and ringing'arrangements are completed, will be hard to say. -While I am  fully in favor of an efficient; fire service  yet the way it is now conducted is  ruinous to a town situated as we ate'-  having but a very small income and an  estimated expenditure of over $0200,00'  above our estimated income, for. this  year without including outlay on  streets and sidewalks. In the lace of-  deficit,' how can we afford ,to pay a  staff of men to, be always ready to  attend fires, and yet this is most nec-  esMirj'. If it was possible to buy land  .mil get a title to it iu the middle of  i hi- town, I would say, build a central  lire ball with police station and city  hall combined, let the police liye there  and the prisuners keep the fire apparatus in good order. 20 lo 25 men with  one central lire hall would, be amiilv  sufficient fortius (own at piesent; the  cost of practice, false alarms, and actual  fires co-ting double under the present  arrangements what it woulel under a  cential system.  Another thing deserving attention ii.  that two members of the council oil  their own responsibility, bought furniture for ther fire hall without having'  the mallei'debated: and as it was not a  case, of emergancy I- consider their'  action illegal. '       ' *'  r,I woulel earnestly aelvise the  utmost  caution being used  before  purchasing  the water and light plant, as cases' are  on  recoiel   where   the  sellers  had  no  title to (he land seild and' it had to be"  paidfor again: besides-, this town with  practically no income, nothing in view,"  and  not   even  a, legal  outlet,  cannot  a'ford the expense,  the deal  had  fur  better be  deferred   for   two   or three  years to come. " If   we   buy   now" the'  cost will be about $75000.00 and to   put  both systems in  to a thoroughly efficient slate will cost the city   nearly as'  much more.    I am strongly opposed to'  spending .$4500.00 on streets, a ml sidewalks except the money  be  raised on ���������  half frontage tax on   the sidewalks- at  least, so as to relieve the city ftnfl' place  part of the hut den  on  tho^e  who are  diaectly  benefitted.   And   the  money  spent on the culv.ert near the Imperial  Bank has been   wasted,  as'all.-eif the  culvert will have to  be  taken   up "and  remade at si heavy expense; the Doug-  la-- street sidewalk also will have to be  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  The regular meetings  arc held in the Masonic Temple. Uoiirnc  Hall, on tlie third  JI onday in.-Cii^h  month at S p. in.  Vi-ilinj; bve thr en  cordially w eleohied.  IT. .1. I'liATT tti:ci:i;TAKY.'  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  l{o������ular meetings are held  in Oddfellows' Hall every  Thursday night at, eight  o'eloek. Visiting brothers  cordially welcomed.   '"  E. A. KKTTL.KSOX.Sec  T.J.GUAHAM, X.G.  ."���������v" ,   lit      '���������'  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  '.  Meet** every Tuesdaj '  r//<\      ^"/^tS&s-" , evening in Oddfellows'  KM        ������7"^ Hall     at    S    o'clock,  ^i Visiting brethren cor  'dially  invited  to  at  tend.  n. iiAxnuuy, x. g.   '     w. mathie. six  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I. O. F, No. 3461.    -,>  .Meet- in the Oddfellow*^  Hall on the .-ceond and'  fourth Mondays of caelfj  month. VWtiiifJ,.broth*;  ron   invited   to attend,^],  K. D. J. O.JOHXSDX.  C. 11. ,   .  , W. MlTOtfELL,'*.  -     11. S. ,-   ������������������.    "  YAUGK AND WELL LIGHTED  JL SAMPLE liOOMri. Heated by  f^������ hot air and electric  bells and  light in every room  trains.  REASONABLE  Free bus inecls all  ,-       * '  RATES.  Xight Grill Itooni in connection for the  convenience of guc-ts arriving nnd departing k.T sight trains. Hourly street  car between hotel nnd station.  V. PERKS PROPRIETOR ......  REVELSTOKE, B. C  THE CENTRAL HOTEL  ABRAHAMSON BROS.  PROP'S.  Newly built.       First-ehuss  in   every   respect.    ,A11  modern conveniences. .'  L uge sample rooms.   ' Firc-  '    proof   safe.   '   Free 'bus  meets all trains.  IJ ml  er same management:  QUEEN'S HOTEL,  TROUT LAKE CITY  Gold Range Lodge;  ' K. of P.. No. 26)'  Revelstoke, B.C.  'Meets every Wednesday in OtUl--Follows'  Hull at 8 o'clock.  Visiting Knights invited.,  J..\V: CUOSS.-M.D..  '       * c c  AV. WINSOll.'  K. ok It. & Si  CORRESPONDENCE,  .  IWcdonot hold uiir-elvc-responsible f������.r the'  opinion^ cxpro-sed by our corre-pondeiittf.|  ...Kiutoij Kuotkn.v y lU.vn,: ,  With respect  to   (he mailer of mv  resignation as Alderman   of  Ward  li,  '   some   reasons   for    which    you    have  already published,    1 wish to add  that  Mip to this date I have received   no  nc-  < tice   that   my   re.-ignation    has    been  accepteil, that the  seat   is  .vacant,   or  thai my a explanation^  are   unsatisfactory.    A^ to Mr.  Kilpatrick's  rfinaik  that my excuses \\{>vt}   too   lier.-onal.   J  0 '  said nothing but the plain   truth,   and  it is only the treatment'I   received  in  the council that made it necessary   for  me to resign,    1 am ii liable fiftcr a cat e- '  ful   searcli ��������� through     the     municipal  clsu.-e- act to find any   word  of -S'oO.W  line for ri'.-igning,  but.  I   do   Mud   that  any councillor u ho direct ly or indirectly ha< anv coutiacl   with   the  niunici-  palily for tlie -npply   of any  goods  i.- [  thereby dii-ijualifi-'d   and  subject  lo  aj  line of $2500.00.     A che<|iie was drawn ,  in favor of tlie mayor on  April  JI   for!  good-- supplied, and one nn March :*0th i  in favor of Aid.  Uordun   for  a siiniiar i  purpose, and there aie olh<������r instances. '  I would like to make a   few   remark--  about tin,' latest loolishm���������.on the part '  of the council ill  pi O|io-inir to liny  fnfa   .  -lir'e. Liaii    lhe   fiol.l   Hill   ||o|.-|   vv bich  .nice lieloiiged to me:  /  biMl^'lil    | |p;    bit  and hon-e o'i il for y25.uo and  got   no '  lille to il, neither can   the  cily  do  so'  now.    In my opinion the  old   lire   hall  will do lol  ,1 long    tune    yet.    at* least,  unit! we can gel ,i  title   lo   laud   -one',  where about the   middle   of   Lhe   city,  when we can build one central lire hall  with  someone  always  in  attendance.  The city has no right,  lo spend  public  money they   do   not   own,    though   a  juivate individual   may   take  chances.  The expense   of  keeping   up   two   fire  halh is   too great,  and   between   I hat  and the many false alarms Llic  cost of  lhe ciiy up lu  .May  -'ll h   lor   lire   piu-  rebuilt.   Neither   of these  alterations  would of been requiri'd if I he1, work had  been done at first, anel had  the atte.nr  tion due from the commit tee appointed  jLo look after such things.    Surely it  is  cheaper to do   one   thing   thoroughly  and pay for if than to spenil $5.00 only-  here anil I here with < no  result except  the waste of money.    The Douglas   st.  crossing is another instance where the  ratepayers rnonev was spent uselessly,-,  one  member of lhe special   e-oinmittee  vvlu) originally sanctioned the crossing.  j after ail the  papers were reaely.fe>r the.  j Railway Commission in Oltawa, voted  ' acrainst  it.     In   mv opinion   if all'the I  I council agreed   together, this eros^ng, ]  I our  natural   outlet, woulel   have   been  1 given us long ago.     '  !     My   letter  i.-  already   too   long, so I  \ will conclude by   tlumking those ladies  anel gentlemen who voted for me : and  while my   wi-h   was to serve the imer-  I e.-ts of  the  whole community,.! found  I   could* do   nothing   against   the in-  ���������A.  U. HdLDTCH  -.     ANALYTICAL CHEMIST AND- -���������     ,.  ,  A9SAYJ5K..   .       '      ,      ���������       ���������  ���������Iloyal riehoolof Mines, London.     ,;, a  Seven years at Morfa \\*ork������, Swan-jca.  Seventeen  years  Chief  Chemist   to Wigan  Coal unci Iron Co., Kng.  '   Late Chemist and Assaycr, Mull Mine.-, Ltd.  ,   Every description   of  assay  and   analytical  work itndiJftaken.  . (/Iaim.- ifxttmined and reported .upon.      '    ���������*  ��������� HEVKLSTOKK, li.rC. , .       V  ������������������!���������- i " .          * ���������  $1 PER DAY���������  Newly Built.  Lighted by Electricity  , Throughout'.  THE CITY HOTEL  /���������>*>  Best Brands.of .,  ".Wines-;-'Liquors and  Cigars. .-'       .,',  R. CALBT, PROPTfc.  H  A.RVJSY &' AIcOARTEIl  BAHRlSTli'RS, (SOLICITORS,-KTC.   .',  .Okkices :   MoiiSONS, ]?.vxic  Bi.ocic- ['kvki.-  STOICIJ,  1J. C. ���������-���������       ���������.      i   *  Money to loan. '        '���������      -    "    ���������  Otlicet-: rti'vol-tokc. li. (?.; Fori. Steele. II. C.  Gi:o. S. Mc.c:.viiTi-:it. .'. -\. Uauvuv. '  Kcvelsloke, U. C.    '       fort Steele, H. V.  6o<K><><KKK><KH>0<K)-<^  .r.''..'.>������j������'S  *������.  TT\T1  J.'A. Stonk, Proprietor,  -���������vK-'    -  J.  W. CROSS, M.D."  CITY IlEALTJI  8U11GEOX TO THE C, V. K.  "   ' Ol^lCEK.'  Oftloe: Taylor Block, Mackenzie Avenue."  Gold.  Silver/Lead,  and  Copper Ores  W; .PELLEW HARVEY,  '      ��������� ' J-". (.i. y��������� Kle.  ���������Arisiij- OlHec-and jMctallurgieal Works, ���������  '      '      .    VANTCOUVElt, 11. C.  Saiiiplii'ig Works, 717-719 Pender Street.  Is prepared- to "pan hn-e   Che < ithove    classes  of  ore- for lie. following  English houses  whom he rer'/e-ents. viz.:  Vivian &; So.-.-,* Swansea, Elliotts Metal Co.  Ltd.,  Ji-.iTyport,   South   A\'alus,   Smelters,  ItoSii r-, Uc-iilvorissei's; Jlaiiufaeturers.  ChecKing" - smoltor    pulps- a'   specialty  "'.Rat.(-2.sy..'$.i - per day,  _.y.L���������Electric 1 ifilled,Tunuicc heated  .  ,    Newly built and furnished. . . .  - <    '..Finest and  best  supplied ,bar  in the city  Cor. Front and .Benson Streets;Revelstoke, B.C.  ���������<>O^O<K>;0<M>CHD<^  e* ������ ������������������ *������J*.   *Jl*. ���������Iw>. JL.iul ���������* n m  Lumber Co.  fluence of ceiUin C. P. R. officials, aud j  not  being  content to act th" part of a j EdlSOn   Standard  dummy as oik  ed to resign.  ReVel-tok"  ald-'rman doe?, I decid-  I am sir,  Yours etc.,  P.   It.   PfiTKHSON.  n t;., Jun.j 10, iyoa '  Phonograph  A  'JOL'liT Oi-' KKVISION',  N^iunir  Wk-t Khotcn'vv.  IJOfltf   of Ucvi-ion   and   Appc.il   iiiidir  the  A-t-e-'-inciit Act   wilt he   held .it lhe  Court Ifoii-c Kcviil-toke. on Thur-dn v. lh" ^'l-l  d.iv nf .lime. I!K<|. .ii ih:.tii,i. |tl.  W ll.bl.VM J.  HICK IK.  .tinlife nl' ll,.' ('our! iif 11'< v i-iuti .tin! .V ppi'.il.  CKI.'TiriCATK  OT IMI'KOVKMKNT-.  M/nci:.  vvKh all Hie l.itfsl liiipi'ovenielits will���������  l.iki- ihkJ I'.'pi'odiicc reeoi'drt.' complete  iiicliidiii'^, Iiccordei'. I.'epl'odncer, Jh-n-s-  Horn. Sap)iliiri> Shaving JCnii'c. l-lnr  Tuiif-. Cuiiie'I-i Hair lirinlli, till ('an. a No  One-hull ihjy.on Ifccoi'.ls mid Hooks of  In-I i iiiiion, '  PRICE    S25.00.  ...CHAS J. AMA'KC  (Limited Liability.) , , \  i* >. ... ^ (  Manufacturers and Dealers in all Kinds of  Alsosjiingles, mouldings, base boards,  finishing  lumber, extra  wide  Long dimen-  REVELSTOKE.  Alice. Alii j l-'i-e'lioii, l!i>ti.in/i Ki'iil'. ( rii'in  1'oiiii. frliiiiie-icr. l.i-l, < liciin"j fiinci il  (hum-, -ituatcd in tlie PevcMokc Minui;,'  lib i-km of U>-t Kooton.iy Ih.-friet. ^"hcre  located :   On (rround Jfojc Ita-in.  'i'.ike notice that J. William A. Uuiirr, .vifetif  fori). II. WiNon, free miners ecrtiticate Xo. I)  W7S.'I. l-'i-nnk Voun^', free ininer'-< errtifhite No.  M IITh."), .1. IL Honro. free miner'���������< eertillciite No.  If l.'iillCt. intend, -ii\-(,y day-from thedate hereof,  toapjilytd the Mining Recorder for ������, C'ertill-  eato of Improvements, for the purpose of oh  ruining a Crown Omul of Ihe ahovo elaiirn.  And further take notice that action, under  section :i", mtHl, he commenced heforo the  Hsiimiuij of mich f.'������'i't.ifleate of rmprovemcntH.  Pnri'i! fhl* llth rtny of .limit, IfliHi.  ^'t'.LI.S.M A. I*.VT"!-'*.  casings,  clear pine and;ccdar.  sion   timber   cut   to  order.    A  htroe  assortnient of  season   lumber kept on  ' ' ' hand in the yard and sheds at Revel  stoke by the pioneer lumber dealer of  Kootenay   who also has had considet-   '  able   experience   in    eastern, Canada ������  which   enables   hini  to cater forc\<-hat  the builder requires.   , You will always  lind him'ready lor business.  Prices Right.      Terms Strictly Cash.     Leave Your Order.  1 Tapping, Agenf, Revelstoke, B.C.  O 0:00<X>0 "0^M>O^HKH)^<KK><)<K>O'  GIVE US ATRIAL  GEO.  S.  HOGAN,,Prop.  Phone   43.  J  Furniture and Undertaking,  Repairing & Upholstering Done  Win .-house in connection fur sfor.-i^c of fnmilv nnd other furniture,  trunks, etc.. ;i(. monthly or oilier rules. Agents for R.-ivuiond Sewing M.-ithine.  BEYELSTOKB &rrj������rFT01XrjJ3.d THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  FOUR'  V,������ itUjrll    ili-ii^ I/O.  HF.L"?  IN  *       T ������������������ ���������  /-.        1   Ml:  NTON  POKER  G/>  ME  "i;i.  i.'.A.W  YEARS  AGO.  ot Alia?  W  Tlie V.  :.-:��������� :.s.������t  Only G  Itli  jj    K.  ;?'i  J    i.^fsj-;.  :;i'e.   !)i  :!,   Tint ii  Us  to  !5is  i?e  rc;l l.cii  ,    Hid  ."Vol     If.'Me  to  I'ei.st,  -!������:i  t>   liis  *  V'ci'dii:  r-������ ������  (Joed Moi-ies are told of the poker  .mmmi'?.; (hut v.cre played in Trenton away  hack in (lie fifties--, .-mil perhaps none i-3  hetti'i- 'than that which " relates ' how a  wedding was postponed because the  iiridi'-uroom vi.-ih iiileruisled in a yood sized jackpot.  One  of-llii!   Iiar'ilejt   pla.vers 'that   the  ''reaulars" hail  in ileal, with   was James  Kavy:  .on,  vv !'o ran a general .merchandise  eoniiiy.    He'  o.v>ier trade  J   in   the  ; i.s, nowadays,  he had  store down  in   Cumberland  also  w,-ir-i intere.-  and, as t'li- f---:yi  ns'iii:'.';,- '.ii l,:ii-:i. .        '  In ihe wiiiter \tf \?'7,\ U.-iwsoi: came to  Trenton I-. help |������;i--11 through" ilie 'Iciris-  laiin-.', a liili'in wlui-Ii he vva-i iir.ere.-teil,  ami o:ie eveiiinir !,e fiot mixed up in a  .iraino of poker in the United .Slates hotel  vviili'ttij) Tin*, e; -. .)er: y lliili'iai'ih and  Dick Collin-, lluee ol' the y;une.-t players thai ever diew cards. " ���������  'riie v.-iiiie ���������.'..!- iniioeeiil eii.iiurli when it  tame out of the pockrrs of the oiner thr������*  men. It was the latest jackpot ever  woririD Trehton.  After the money had been "counted and  stowed away in Unvvson'a inside pocket  he expressed remorse over his indifference to his wedding appointment. lint be  diiln'tiliaveloiij; to mourn. The piri he  was to marry had a mind of Iier own. and  when she received Rawson's telegram she  got herself ready anil.'hoarding a north  bound train, came to Trenton, whore she  arrived about 0 o'clock in the evening.  ItawKon was delighted to see her. and  they went to a' preacher aud were married.���������New York Press.  $&������S3������9������$3$������S44������S^'������^������������    sy>---t-   -T.   St-   *f-      Ji-    ij.    ->.   /J.    -*���������   &.    .J.    .>     -J-    -,    -���������>.    .*    -���������*    -T-    -7.    --*    ->    ������    .*>.->    -���������>, ���������*  '^x^:*-^:*^:*^-?!*^:*'.  -������    "������-    i"    -*������    ���������^    *-*"    If    *"    *"    <?   <���������-    *���������    -ft-    ^    -Cr    *y    *-    *���������    <r    </    *r    -G-    rlr    *.-    >cr    *.-    -u      .-    ..-    ^-   V    1-   ^-    1-    i-   ^'    -t-   f-    t-    t-    t-   i-    v   **<:*<���������*:  Blood Will Tell.  Father���������-So you want to get married,  oh?   Tell nic why, pray? ,  Daughter���������Oh, I suppose it's .one of (he  traits I inherited from my mother.���������C:ii-  t"nti\  \\t\v*.  started,  next  in.)i  l.ai  .    <  in .iy  ;il.i;i;:��������� aliiilll   ���������'!   o'clock  tilt  it'll  ai-.-iiinod proper!inns  ��������� calculated., to   riaku   an   ordiuaiy ��������� player  ga-ji vvhcui the' Lcf'ts woit niade^JJ.-iws'in  was ilie volumes!  man at ihe talde and  hail probably played poker less than any  of   ilie   others,   but   lie   had   money "and  nerve,., anil (he way lie-used  both made  , - tho  other  players  keep  their eye's open.  . There wasn't nir.eh difference in the winnings n'j) (.)''_':.",()' o'cli'u-k. vvlien the cards  suddenly jrni't'i'eaki.sli. as they, vvill'mjiiiu-  (inies. and hegau to run agaiiiht Kawsoii.  .     The lii.i.vers wmdihi't givt������ up the game  , ' <q eat, and they hail theirfood hroiiylit to  .. tlieni  vvhi-a Invakfa-il   time eanie.    'I'liey  laid ilovyn  the cari!-> long enuiigii  to eat,  '    then went nl  it  again.   .Ilaw.-on's hard  liich.iki'pt. up.  'die luriied I.i:- hat around,  -,    crossed "hl.s"ie,'���������rs, ' got -up   and   walked  around,h\.< chair, rung iu a new pack of  cards in:tl did everything that a supersti-  .tious   poker   pj.'iyer  does   to   change   his  '    luck, .lajt.it wouldn't ehaime.    I lis. iimney ���������  ���������    kept d rift ing'iiwi'.y until HJ u'l-le.-k in' the  l'oronoon,   wl'.eii   he   counted   his   capital  \   iind found thiit he h.-.d ������'_'()u left.0  He had  i. ^fed iiliout .^I.StiU to the "tijjer"-iniil itiilU-  riflly felt a Vrii'le cranky. ���������"   '  At  last  a jack'pot   was started  ahotit  1Q-.UQ o'eluck,  anil   the cards  were dealt  arouiid litilf a dozen tiuioi or inero. and  ' nobody- gi.l opeueis.  " ' "Ijrui.vO up,   hoys,   and  nijeii   il,"  said  Kav.-sun,    "I've'got   lo Ciitch   that   11:4.7������  ' train.'   I'm going to  he married  tonight,  and 1 must l.e in by f> o'clock and dressed  for the ore asiun."  14iit the Uiy*; didn't seen' to be able lo  Ijiirry. 'J'hey i|e.-ilt"r and dealt, bill the  light kind of hands .wouldn't, fall, and  finally .there was a'' sung little pot of  about !>i;i:u on the table. Al 11 ..'IU Travel's opened lhe pol-for $1UU. Iloleoiiib  and t'ollii'is s(;ii'd.,       . '-   ������   ,  ' "I feel ju.-l as if I w;is going, to win  . that pot," said Uavvson, writing some  liguies on it,piece of piiper iind tossing it  to the center ol* the table with what uion-  " ey he Inuljeft. "I'm shy $.*)0, boys, but I  guess -I ~sii good'for it."  "Your check is as s/ood as your money,"  gnid Travers.  "IivoVy~itil." said Uolcouib and Collins.  "Hut you'll never catch thai train," remarked'Tiiiveis.  "Hy   tinir.de:',"  CM-laiuied   Ksmvmmi., "I  forgot a'll about  thai!"    lie Junked at his  vv.-ilcli aiuriV.ui-l  that  he li;ul  three mill  --ntes   in ���������vviiicli   in   get   lo   ihe,  .station.  "There's   no   use', in Jrying  to ^nake   it  '  now," lu'.siiid    "They"ll'have to postpone  -  (he   wedding. '.I'll   telegraph   dial  .I've  - missed the train"    .-\  few inniulcs later  ,n messenger was sent lo the lelegrapli of'  lico'vvilh a uiessiigo. uud'the game went  on.  The pot was tf 1.000 strong when the  men drew; cards, and the result was the  most reinailiable set of poker hands thai  the.old (hue players in Tienlon recall.  Travers ,vvas' dealing. Ilnleouib called  for ci no'card.* Collins took one, Kitwaon  .' took four; and Travers drew one.  Everybody around  the table saw thai  "  there wn-s business'ahead.  Travel's made  n bid for a raise by betting tf'J."), which  was lifted ������'JO0 by Iloleomb, and'Collins.;  raised   the  .V-00  so   that, when   it  came  mound lo Uavvson It cosl tf-l2."> to come  Hi.   Everybody thought  he would throw  down bis cards, but'he didn't.   He slowly  ���������diew a checkbook oui of his pocket and  wrote ii check  for -VI,000 and shoved it  , into lhe urdille of the (able, Ihus raising  Collins tf.")7.">.'  The oilier players thought  he vvas binding.  Travers met the raise at  once and addul !;'."''(i to ij.., Uolcouib saw  thal'iud raised'il another .Y'."><JU.   Collins  simply saw lhe r.'iise, and Kawsoii lifted  ^ it aiiolher tflJMJU.  Tiavers M'ltled biiek in his cluiir and  vyn\ IJ.-nvsoii ti:t11 o\v l.v. "Yini've got  pii'lly r.oiid trt'i've. eld -iii.-iii," he -aid,  "but y.n\ can't m.il'e r::e I iiy down: not on  a four card diaw anyway." Then lie saw-  IhiWKini's V 1.000 rah.e and increased it  ������500.  "I call you," said Uolcouib, shoving in  51,SOU.  1 "I might as well fake a chance for  money,". s;,i'il Collins, laying tfh.")0(' on  the pile." Uawpon put down ain-lher i heck  fur tfoOO. ' :'  "Well,  boys.  I'm sorry for you," said  Travel's.    "I've  got   four  queens."    lie .  threw them '-lovvu.  "That beats my four j.-u-ki," said Uolcouib, "and my  fotir leu-." said Collins,  "but it don't  heat  m.v  four Idngsi," said  JJawsnn,   spreading   out   bis  cards.    He  ���������had four king-; and an are.  "Tluinderaiioii. wh.-il a draw!" exclaimed Travris.  "'Twns iiri'tty good." said I'awson,  rnking in the money. "I-got tlieni .-ill in a  bunch.    I  held   l.'P :i|l  lire.''  JiflW.MJM \M1U .Vlo.ll"!'   ,|i,(| ,v||('.^U uf it  THE JEWEL CASKET.  '<! j ,  A' slender band ami invisible rnoum'ing  are used for the lin'e.-t Folioiin. rings.  I-hnhlems of juhlctic sports, hiuiting,  lishing. driving, racing., etc.. remain always in season am) \<\ favor. ��������� -t '������     >  The lint of silver toys for cabinets and  silver tables hiis received an addition in  the shape of miniature tea ?������cts.  . Quite new are tiny charms'carved from  coral. These include little images, a skull  and ciOHsbories, rabbit, pig, clover leaf.  etc. ' ,.,,',  ' A handsome line of short handled double lorgnons employs the richest Khudcs  of yellow and red' gold, wirli elaborate  decorations, includim; some intricate earring. Brilliants -are often introduced.���������i  Jewelers' Circular.'"  '"'   .������ ���������  4*9. lU  t> -i   *.  ���������> '7- *5^  #������'T:.^-  'i J'^ yrr  i  'fi T*  ������������.\- ��������� v.  ������ .������"r  i: *  *<t *   *  ^7 ��������� !v *^-  -'.V   *  Just received a iarg-e assortment of  Samples in Beautiful iDesigns  Af  l*r  THE COOKBOOK'.  The yolks of eggs alone should not be  used for covering croquettes, cecils and  the like.,.   \  ' Breed, roils -mid other similar dishes  require a hotter oron when mixed with  water than when milk is used.    -'    -  If canned pens are drained aud rinsed,  then simmered in a little hot water, tbey  will lose their stale, canned faste.  Parsley should always garnish a dish  containing onions, ,na it takes away, the  odor most,people object to. It even prevents the after taste if eaten-by the individual who lores onions and must hare  then.  WHISTLE  AWAY.. '    ,  vYlilslIc sway, n;y nscrir hoy,       ' ' ,-.'  With k������rrp.? fire ������n* hmrt ������f joy.  ,��������� -If it will help you to,l)S tlron-j,  "WiiislU' u limu ������iivn jliings go wrong,  'And wlilstlinjf lislitcns it for jou. ' ,5  If o'er your tuiU ii liard to do,  AVhctlicr it I.? sowing the iccc>.  Hoeing the corn or pulling vreeds,  Gntlicrltig fiuit or rating hny ,  Or dihing cows, vvhislle ������wny.  'Whistle a'tunc, if you can't sing:.  And'that should ������cem Ilie ncvl best thinf -  1  Tlinl'vou can do.    Tcrliiips 'twill cheer    ,  The lieni'ts of some v\ho dunce to hear.  Better to v\lii.=ile tti.in to pout     ,  "And scold aad (ret, no one can doubt.  So keep a niony hrirt, inj- I'd,  And-thus innke oth-r poop*: {lad.  Do all the good you ran cadi' day.  And at you toil'whistle ihb;.  ���������Toronto Truth.  I N.  A HeannarlniBr Indorsement.  She handed (he check to .the paying  teller. She was calm and collected, as if  it was an everyday matter.  "Madam," said the teller Keutly, "you  have forgotten to indorse it."  "Indorse it V" with a little worried  smile.  "Yes.   You  must  write .four name,on  the back here to show that you will repay (his hank in rape the issuer of this  check should fail to armwrr our call."  - "Oh!" she said, accepting the pen.  When the teller, looked at^ t he ' check  agnin.~ti)is is what lie.rend:   ^  The bank lins alwars paid up what' il curti,  'and yea need have no worry.   Therefore, I indore*  this check.   Xery truly your*,  <    Mm. J. B. Blinks.  The teller fell orer into the vault,���������  Syracuse Herald.   -��������� *  .'POLITICAL, QUIPS,  -   A political cai������iv l:-should wear' ������<a?  vas shoes.���������Chlw-j* ;'C������!rs.  The', realization of the fact that tfer  next in line-of the presidential succession  Is,now an Ohio man has come upon the'  country without any shock.���������Chicago  Tribune.  The (rouble with s,great tnany of our  public iiK'ii is lhat tbey consider It bell ea ih t.lieir dignii.v to confine themselves  to questions with which they are familiar.���������Washington Pout.  Antorin'n (ji*     ���������   Itoowi,  A department of the big Waldorf Asfo-  i ::i hotel never .������������������"cu'by visitors and m-I-  doiii by giie.-.|������ i������ the I������������-1 and found room  on the t"P (loor. Th" ailiHes timed m  this room iii" valued al manv thuiisaiid-*  of dollars. Among (hem are oven oatc.  shawls aud capes by thefcore: umbrellas,  bats, caps,* walking stick*, glores. ktiivi-������.  rings, pockclbooks, handkerchiefs, snuffboxes, chiitelaiui's, vinaigrettes, brushiv.  soap boxes-jewelry, traveling bag.** and  even well tilled dress suit cases and odds  and ends.'���������New .York World..'  Qni<������ Trap.  '' Short���������If Long calls with that little  bill, tell him I'm out.  Mrs. Short���������Hui (hat would be telling  n falsehood.  Short���������Nothing of the kind. I'm out of  engh.���������Chicago Nens.  There are no mint marks on copper  coins and nickels, and collectors pay high  for coins bearing a mint mark. The lirat  cents struck for circulation liear (he date  ll'.KI. and the f!s rarietics sell frulu %'J.W.  to tfti.������5 ai-'icce.  i T.'fV  . i'i-  ^���������?*i  *: !.��������� rT*  ^ry*i-'  4'f.Z  -s^  -*.:  **T  <4*  '1r  f S4  *s^ ���������  tit  tit  1 <���������       f 1 I   .   ' f '    i  Our representative will call   on  you  this wdek for orders.  y, ; tfr r"^-  4^-y  *$������$.&  ***������&���������  ^.f:V*  ������^1"^������f-  *&9$~  '  ��������� *%*9.fe  t     .'  - ,<;-9T5r  .<?������ fit j.i*  '^������*>������>   ���������  ***#&*  *?^  c. *Z* 'V* , -^  t 9.ri-  $���������   i  <*}  *���������*-'  4*$*'^  eveis  J^    vt. * ���������*-*    J-    V- * ���������**     ���������������.-    <r ' i*    v   ~*r " <*    *r    <r    *rt   -rfr    1r    <?    ������*r *;������;**    1.-     tl-     -Ir    "<r    *������-    "*r    -t     ���������<-���������<-     -*r     f    ���������<%    -fcr    *������?     <���������'    **    *t*     ���������*:    **:    *t-    *������������������    -tr    *tfy     f-    <���������    *r>    *-    ���������*_*  mmmmmmmm  ^Imperial  Limited "  Kootenay Railway &  ' Navigation Company  -    "���������- l.iiuilcd.  . Operating Kiislo & Slo'ctui ltailvvuy,    .  Iiitcriiational Xavitvation & Trailing  Coinpiuiy.  'OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mali Idnea.      '      -  Choapest Kouto to the Old CountJ-y.   -  ALLAN LINK-I'Voni I'oriinnd -    "  X-iinidiiin ......      ^[ch L'8  -    . - -       ���������      Apl.-T  I'iirisian , ���������  LiUii'ciitiaii  Tiim'siiUi -  Xuiiiidiiin  11  11  Echedulo of Time���������Pacific Standard Time  '.   ' KU'ectivc Fob. 1st, 10110.  , Kaslo & Slocan Railway  l'li'-senger train for Siindon and way station-.  leaves Kaslo at 8 n.in.; daily, leturning, leaves  Stuiilon at 1.13 ii.in., arriving at lviislo 3..w p.m.  DOMINION'LINK-Krom l'ortiand.  Jlominion  C'ambroui'ui  Vancouver -  Froiu Montreal.  Apl 13  "    17  Apl. 2S  DKAVKU LINK-From St. John,  S.S. iNTUliN.Vl'loN.vi. leaves K.i-lo for Xel-i.n  at I'ui.ni.ihiily f^i'cpt. Smirl:iy: retiniihig, leuve-  Ncl-on at. ���������.:!<) p.m.. t-stllliifr a I. I'a I four. I ilot.  1'nv. Aiiisworlh, ,"inl all way iioinlM eoiniei N  with S. I-'. & N. train lo and fiom S|ln!;iine. al  l-'ne .Mile I'uliil.  Lai do-Duncan Division  AAIKi:   Al.ltKIITA.  Lirilo .mil  Service    for   the   year  1900 will be oommenc-! i���������'���������"���������*1 SsSSffiTfllld Trading  ,'ed  JUNE   10th.   The1' ���������o������������������t.HKU���������^uw,y.-,kB,���������.,.,hv.,.;.-  "Imperial Limited"  takes you across the  Continent in four days  without change. It is  a solid vestibuled train  luxuriously equipped  with every possible  essential for the comfort and convenience  of Passengers. Ask  your friends who have  travelled    on    it,    or  Mch'iS  A 1.1 I  .., u  "   IS  An'.vvii ,   ���������  Lake Superior   I nke Ontario                 ���������    . ���������  'Moulrose   Luke Murun      -    -   Passenger- ticketed through to airpark uf  Cireal iSritaiu and Ireland, and :il ^peuiallv low  rale^ In all pari-, of lhe Kiirupcau continent.  Applv tn iienrcxl rail way or .-tcamshi|. iigcuior  lo  T. ,W.  EJtADSHAW.  Agent.   Ilcvelstolie.  TIME    T-^BLE  S. S. ,( Lardeau."  Sleanna- Altn-i-tu lenvi- IC.i.-lo for  Argeiita'ul Win p.m- \\'<'duesda.v.-.  in   both  igniilled,  Hlcaniers cull nl. principal  l.indiii;  dircctioiis. and at other points vvhei      ..  Tickets sold to all points in Caniidii and the  Ui������iCe<JStiito.s. ' ,,���������-',  To ascertain   rates   nnd   full    information.  a',dm'-: UUIIKUT l.tVIXO.  8 tf '  Jfiuiiigcr, Kaslo, 1!. C.  1  address  . J. COYLE,  A. G. P. A.,  Varietur,a', p.O,  T. W. BRADSHAW,  .r   .,  Agent,  nV'ololol  o.  Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. L'd  ALASKA   IIOUTE.  Steamers for Wi-an^cl, .1 u'neau and Slcagway  leave Vteloriii  Bx'cry Wednesday at 8 p. ia..  O    and Vancouver  Evory Thursday at 2 p. m.  Steamers for Northern  HriiNh 'f.'olumliin ports  leaveA'icloria and Viineouver vveeidy.  ItnlcH'.'efc, on application to  O..S. RAXTKIL  .   linienil l'v -uiifcr AkciiI.  Vii,lu?iih 11. C.  Ii'iiiiliin^ In tvv< en A i rovvlii ad iind Thoin-on'-  Laiidiii:.' ������. oinuu ii.-lnt' .lone I". I!"'". v\ill ���������. t * I ,i-  follii\\-x (w i .-il her i>< niiiltin^l ;s  l.c.ne Arrow b'-.-nl for TIioiom..|iV I undbt^  .Hid l_'iini:ipli\ id "U. dii-'ly.  Leave I'lioui-ou** I aiidiiif,' .mil < 'oiii.-i|ili\ for  An-owhr.-id at LSk. il.-iily. coniicelinK vvith all  C. P. If. tm ins iin.l liiiiiis.  The o\v ner- reserve the ri^'ht to chiinf,"0 linns  .of Niilin^.-v vvil limit, notice.   ' ,  Till-; l"UKI) I.'OIIIXSOX LL'MHKit CO. L*'l l������.  I". UOIIIN.-iOX.  Mtuini'in^ Pircct'jr.  BAUER & ASHCBOFT,  !Dominion and Provincial  1      i  Land Surveyors,  MINING ENGINEERS,  Surveyors of Mines, Mineral Claim* and Crow n  Lands.  V.WCOUVKK,   13. C. ^R*^-'  ���������ft  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  5S  9.  9.  At  ifi:  -\  tf  9  I  tf  if  IF  .9!  9  tf  ^.5m*^5^.*^^.5^.������^^.^>J!  Photographic  ' f  Supplies|  VVc linve just o|.enod ������ taiw-' f.  shipment ol' $  ,   : '   -    ��������� -J  Cameras, *  Kodaks,  ' "'*  Chemicals, I  ,���������  'tf  .9  platus, lilms iind  everything re- )<������  quired for  tho amateur   photo- 9.  tf' graphs,     (/all   and , see    them. tf  $���������  tf  tf  .V.  tf  Everything  new and' up to date }^  at the c . 9  ...   * ���������    j  tf  I  .       ' <? , tf  Revelstoke Station. ,   "       9  -'tf  CanadaDrug&BookCo  ^������������������kk^sh������i^p;^K^K^Kikp;-^^-kk������i^*i  DIED:  Tayloji���������-  At.   Itcvelstoke,   Monday,  Juno 11, 1900,  the  infant  son  of  ,    Mr, nnd Mrs. 1\ K. L. Taylor, aged  5 months.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  J. J."   Langstafl' spent yesterday in  town.    '    , 1'  .    Hew Munro  ..Trail. -  loft   this   morning for  Miws Isabel T.  house'toiiiL'lit~  Kcrr  at   the   opera  i)an Alton, of Field,   was"' in   town  Saturday evening,  i <i ������  Alex,    McGregor  .Ciolden'onSaturdiiv  cixnie    in  from  W. Henderson,' of Thomson's   Land  iug, i.s in town.    , . ,      .  Corporation of the City of Revelstoke.      -  ii i  By-Law No.      .  A By-Law to Raise One Thousand  1 Dollars to purchase a Fire Hall  and site therefor, and to purchase  two electric fire alarms and to defray the cost of certain improvements to Are'halls.  WHKKKAS a petition has been presented to  the Municipal Council of the City of  JtcvclMoke signed by.the owners of at least  one-tenth of the value.of the real property of  the City as shown l������ylthe last, revised n-o-css-  ment roll, requesting the h-aid Council to intra-,  (luce a by-law to i-iii.se one thousand dollars to  purchase a (ire hall and site, namely lx>H in  Hloek 3. Townsite of Uevclstokc. and to purchase two electric (Ire alarms awl to defray the  cost of certain improvements to the (Ire halls of  lhe City; ���������' ' ,  AND WHEREAS it is expedient to borrow  the said .sum of ?1<KKMK) for' the, purposes 'aforesaid.   . '"'..  AND WHEREAS the whole amount of (he  rateable real property in the said City according to the last revised assessment, roll, is Six  hundred and two thousand six hundred and  niiietv-seven dollars.        ���������' ..   '  AND WHEREAS it will bo*requisite to raise  annually by special rate, sufficient, therefor the  sum of Seventv-sTvcii dollars'and Forty-three  cents for paying'the said debt and interest  thereon.  NOW THEREEOItE The Municipal Council  of the Corporation of ,the City of-Revelstoke  enacts an follows:���������1' ,   ���������        ���������- . '  1 1. It .shall, be lawful for (he Mayor of the  Corporation of the City of Ucvolstokelo .borrow  upon the credit of the said Corporation by way  ot debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any  person, persons, firm, body or bodies corporate  who may bo willing, to advance the same as a  loan, a sum of money not exceeding ,iu the  whole the sum of Unc'Thoiisund Dollars nnd to  cause all such sums so raised or received, to he  paid into the hands of the Treasurer of the Corporation for the purposes and with the objects  hereinbefore recited. - ������  '2. It shall he lawful, for the Mayor of the  said Corporation ,to cause any number of debentures to berinade, exeouted ami issued for  such sum or Minis as may be required for the  purpose and object aforesaid,-not exceeding  however the sum of One' Thousand Dollars,  each of the said debentures being of the denomination of Five Hundred Dollars, and all such  debentures shall be scaled vvith the seal'of the  Corporation and signed by, the Mayor thereof.  a. ' The said debentures shall bear the date of  .'50th Julie, A. D. HKK), anil shall be made payable  iu twenty-live years from the said date in lawful money of Canada at tlio office of the Mol-  son.s Hank in Revelstoke aforesaid, which saiiU,  place of payment .shalKbi designated by said  debentures and shall' have attached to them  coupons for the payment of interest and the  signature lo (he interest coupons may be either  written, printed, stamped or lithographed.-'  1. The said debentures shall bear interest at  five per' centum per annum from the dnl-e  thereof .which interest shall be payable seini-  ilso  THE  Badminton Hotel  VANCOUVER.  RATES   32.50    PER   DAY,  Wagons,' Delivery  Rigs,  Buggies, Etc.,  at :���������  JAS. MCMAHON'S  1 f-    '  1   .. ' '���������:o:���������  i       (  Bhicksmithino- and Woodwork  done on'short notice.  Carriages'  Built   to   Order.  Your Pocket-book  may be low but nobody sees it, but,  ��������� ', if your clothes are shabby, that  sett lesil, nobody wants tokuovv you.  Ladies or Gents Tailor Made Clothes  repaired and cleaned iu good style.  Call or send post card.,  Samuel   Needham, Douglas St.  e.  Established' Hi years.  Strictly Union Labor Shop.  Highest Cash.Price P-iid fjr   ,,  aw Furs  Albshipment- are examined by.ine a.������  * soon a* they arrive. I'rompt. returns assured. Prices are too high to warrant  holding-goods' for any length , of time.  You should keep .posted on the returns  you get from     \ '  G. W  BALDWIN,  P. O. Dox DIM     ,     Agent for .las. Ullinan  Winnipeg,, Man.  ii  H. Floyd and family,  were in town yesterday,  of.  Ferguson,  annually ut, the oflice of the Molsons Rankin  ReveKloke aforesaid in lawful money .of Cim.i-  daou tlicSUth day of June and the 3ULh day of  December respectively, in each and every year  during the currency thereof, and it shall be  expressed iu said debentures and coupons to be  so payable. -        ' * ,  , ."). It shall be lawful for the Mayor of the  said Corporation to negotiate aud sell the said  debentures, or any of them, for less than par  but, in no ease shall the said debentures or any  of them, be negotiated or sold for less tuan  ninety-live per centum of tbc.thcir face value,  including tlie' costs of negotiating and sale,  brokerage and all other necc.-wiry expenses.  U. There shall be raised and leviediin each  year during the currency of said ' debentures  lhe sum of Kitty' Dollars for the payment of  interest and Twenty-seven Dollars and Korty-  three Cents for payment of tho said,debt  under the said debentures by a special rale  sutlicient therefor on all the rateable real property in the said municipality.  7. " Tt -bull be lawful for the said Municipal  Council tore-purchaseany of thesaid debeutures  upon .such terms as may be agreed upon with  the legal holder or holders thereof, either at the  time of side or at any subsequent time or times  and all debentures so repurchased* chilli forthwith be cancelled and destroyed, and no reissue  of the debentures sjall be made in consequence  of such repurchase.   1  ,  - , js.   This by-law di.til Hake effect on the .Tytli  ax,-  i,       v-   '...      cm     -ii *. day of June. A. I). 10m.  \V alter beott, ot Illecillewaet, was a j   -ucad a fli\-i time June l.-t; lOua  Cleanliness  is next to Godliness."  If  .scavenger  J. 1). and A. Bowl came down  ( ���������*  Dow nit; Creek  from  last evening.  'A. W.=McTntosh  came  Cirnes Creek yu.slerd.-iy.  down   from  Edgar J.    Bran ford,  was in town vestetdav.  of   Comnpli.v,  visitor to Kevelstoke vesterduv.  Just   received!    A special  line   of  suitings for .summer wear���������R. S. -Wil  son.  Read a .-ccond lime June 1st. !!W.  Read a lliird time and pa*.������cd June 1-t. IKW.  Received the a->ent of the electors June  lOT'l.  Recou-idercd and finally pa.-.-ed and adopted  by the Council June      lpua.  *    Cily Clerk. '        ���������    Mayor.  you   want'your  . work done  in a clean and  economical, way   send , a  o card-to  FRANK SAUNDERS,  Revelstoke Station,  The Fred Robinson --,���������  Lumber Co. Limited.  On iind after this date our  prices for  cut firewood will,.be as follows :  $1 per cord at Mill  $2       "      delivered.  i ,i  Prices Cut for Cash.   ,  D.    Mcintosh    Ciiiiie ,  dnwii     from  Liiforme, creek   Friday   returning   tin's  morning.  I  } rPAKK XOTK'K that tbc above.ii a true copy  !, JL of the proposed by-law ution' which the  I vote of the Municipality wiil be taken at Tap-  I ping's Opera Kou-c/Second .Street, Revelstoke,  I 15. C. on Monday the 18th day of June A. I).,  i I9.i0. between the hour of 8 o'clock in the fore-  noou and 1 o'clock in the afternoon.  L. T. Brewster returned Friday  evening from the Carnes Creek Co.'a  properties. . .  CHAULKS KRSKIN'E  June 1-t, 1'jaO.     ,  ���������HAW.  City Clerk,  J. .M. Kellie left, this morning for  his property at Prairie .Mountain near  Uear Creek.  A few licvolstnke favoritfs will |  assist at, tin.'Isiil.el/J'. Kerr entertain-j  ment tin's evening. - !  Miss Isabel T. Kerr at the  Opera    House,     To-  ' Night.  Fred Robfnson,Managing Director  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  He'll do it for you.  WHO ? ������������������  Now and Then.  C.'inL. iind Mrs. Taylor Im ve the sympathy of i he f'Ofninunil v in tin3 lo--'s of  l li'*ir inl'iinL *-on".  Iii'iheil, Martin, of the C'annd.i, J)it;g  tv li'nik ('n., Ilogiii.i, ciimi' in i'l'i'n the  f.t'.l S-itunl.iv   i-v I'liiii'-.  Vrcd Fr.'i.ser caiue up fiom Trotil  I/iko with the Ujilol boxes Sunday and  leturned this morning.  Then' minis a tinu' now and (hen when every ^r-ndcin.-in fi'fN (he need of an  evcepf Inmilly -t v1!-j|i .-unl well-pul ���������Iou'cIIum' '-uit 'i>f dot h/.������.. The oeeiC-ion  itiiiy b" ,-i weiliiiug, a rccepl inn, .-> journey or .soni" ot her iinporlant  fiiiii'tioii. Thiil. i-*. (he tinu* (o .ivnii! .-i chanec lit. That, is the linn-  above all otl'i.'i'-. logive (be orif'.-r lo me.  R. S. WILSON, The Tailor.  fS������)rfofjfof$������ ^^K^r^������f$������r$)f$) f$)f$)^if$Jf$������f$) f^f^r^f$)^������f^f$>f$1������$)?$������f$J^I������  up  PAINTS, OILS, GLASS  Just reeeiveil One Carload of Pninl and Oil���������-the largest shipment ���������  ever brought into the town of these goods.     "\Vu are now iu a-position ^  to supply everything in the paint line.     White Lead, Boiled and Knw ^  Oil,  Turpentine,  Furniture Varnish, 'Hard Oil Finish, etc.   -All colors j[  ground in" oil, Japan, or dry.     Kalsmnine iu a variety of colors.     Coal Vjp  Tar, Whiting, Plaster and Cement, Enaniels in all shades. Just received ^  a consignment of Starr ell Tools.                                                  ��������� , .            ' A.   '                                               ' f  W.   M.   LAWRENCE.  ^ Hardware/Paints, Oils, Glass, ajgent for Hamilton Powder Co ^  4  im Ladies, 0ostumes^^^^> p      ���������  tflh ,   uU-iuch   Iloniespun.  all  wool, (he  newest goods, for Ladies  ^Vk -Costumes   in   daik   and light grey,  daik and  light, fawn.  vjp "       Call and see them.c" ,  #,NewtMuslins^=^^^> , ' ' '* !  ^0^ - -New spotted muslin for ladies suuinier dresses. Choice'goods.  ^ Ladies Summer VestSy-������sss^^>  Wy    '  > '      ,     We" have   a  verv, nice' line   of   these just arrived.   Price-W^"  ^ 16c. to 50c. * , t "  - m  M Ladies JLosiery^&sz^*,   v    ��������� ''     ^  ^A^. New ladies cotton hose, fast bliick, prices 15c to 36c.  .      ' [    ti\'/j-  H, CALL ANDUSEE THESE GOODS. ���������    ^  X  Fresh Cod,  Halibut, Salmon,  Etc., Smoked,':  Fish & Kippers a Specialty.  t   . \'   ���������  y  '    -;; -i  ���������w���������-mr-mm* ���������'���������������������������������������������    MM ||B|���������|  |     ill  I' i  Family Grocers, and Produce Merchants.  BROS.,  Second   Street,  CAREFUL ATTENTON.  PROMPT   DELIVERY:  H.   MAYiNE,  FIRE &��������� LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS,    "  -*&sw*-^NOTARIES' PUBLIC, ETC,  FIRST   STBBBT,   REVKLSTOKE. f  THE SPRING STYLES-"       P"  ,are   beauties.    The   Spring  will   be here before.you  c        ' know' it  and  you   will   be  uncomfortable with your  heavy  winter suit.      Pick   our your pattern now and  have your Spring-Suit in time. ���������  New Spring Styles in Woolens.  curie sszivLAJsr,  First Street, Revelstoke:  T        "X2  Our Assortment of  CARPETS,     ���������'.''���������-.'  LINOLEUMS,  STRAW MATTINGS  WALL PAPERS,  DRAPERY GOODS,  Etc., is the Largest in the West.  Samples Free.on Request.  fOS., Victoria, B.C.  If. I'erry Leake, ieft for French  creek today to inspect the Consolation  mine. He win accompanied hy Joe  Dunn.  McLennan, IcPeely & Company, limited,  ESALE HARDWARE!  and   Tiling        MAJESTIC   STRRI,   KANGRS   for  lJlale and .Sheet Clfn.;.  \\'ond Miinlels, Cralu1  Hotel   iind   Family   u.*>c  Incorporated by act of Purlin men t I&'jo.  Miners' and Mill Supplies.  Vancouver,  HKM) OFFICE  MONTREAL  Frank HumoU,, the defeated Martin  candidate, in Ivist Kootenny, pussed  thmu''h  IiCveUtoke  yiiudnv  I--/.UI IlilJJ to  tilt Ul.l'al.  evening  ^V.\r. Mnr.rto.v Macitikkhox, Vvps.      S. If. Kwi.vo, Vire-Pre.s  P. Wor.KRrtHTA.v TriOMAP, (iciiernl Man.-iffcr  UP CAPITAL  RFSRRVh:  PA I n  ffonoral banking biiwinesH tram-'aclo.l.  D, MOLSON, Manager,  $2,000,000  "'     . - - 1,500,000  Inlrrcsl, ullnwril 011 fb-poMilsul enrrnit. rn(<-������. I  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  British Columbia,  Jir.'inchcsiit D.iw.son City, Atlin and Bennett.  THE B. C, ASSAY AND CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO'. (LIMITED).  (Late MaeF.irlane & Co.)  ���������   VANCOUVER,    B. C.  AVc are Mh 11 ufact 11 rers anrl direct Importers, nnd cni'l-v a largo slor-k nf  Biiliincos, Fnru.'iees, Fire Clny goods, .Scientific nnd Practieal Bonk������, Glassware,  Platinum goods, Acids.Chemicd Is nnd .'ill otherAssuver'sand Miner's requiivnienis  Sole Agents for Moignn Crucible Com pant, 'B;itter������e.'i, Becker Sons' B.iJ-  illlUI'i'. <���������'{'-,  CiiUlogue .md hill piiitiaih.iio ient on ripplitaUuH,

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