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 - REVELSTOKE, B. C. JUNE 10. 1905  ^CTOKl^T  BRUSHES  FROM THE BESt^IAKK  Bews' Drug Store  $2.00 Per ,Yearl  LATE WAR NEWS1 PROTECTION  OF BEAVER  i e        i  i      *i l  '   i f ^  A License System, Suggested.'  'We4im^  ^ ; Department in^tne interior     -���������'  ������t  h -  e ^  ���������v   " important5* w'ork; and in-.future all work; will   be,"w."  , , v. guaranteed., ^.We solicit your patronage withvthc - s,  ;.������tif ^s*r ���������������'Ii'-W'O-.i- ������v ���������'- "i"' 11 a :v  ���������>-   ���������-*/*.*������v  **������  ���������   ,���������   understanding 'that <no work, leaves ourpremises*     c���������  ,' .,��������� - .unless perfectly satisfactory?to, the* purchaser. *    ?* /^  le  IS. i  1 *������ 4 r. t  ify~**  I "K     *      "  n t' - J-  I:*:;,'  I % , -e*- '<���������  ' i- -. "  i- * *  ������   J-  V -  ^1  ' ^-"V*^*iVr^'-J1* f f i^vf-**- I'd.-^s'-'j^ sr*r err? v".'V-s'j   V," * %-J'Vf, v  Biisai:gBf������gsti;ej������6ts  ,    >TColc?re1i^felins;;GiHghlfms? ShambVays&��������������� ^f ^H  >r* . rercales, etc.,^regularjpnce,20c and 2^,,-^.   ^f *Ti~*<*,  ,,f/������fk;<       1*        J     1"r-    i������ i'V- *   '  ���������*<    'T "���������,"'- 'Nt'1"' Vtf    *  l % ' "DressxSateens,^ Fancy ^Muslins' ^Zephers". "*��������� *+ "������',".<���������  & Cf-p-!!irTDy.^_i'_^_ L_ v5-_if:i_ 1 V-'_*-&_I*jfV*-!a������ ^ 'i  Uu  'j.v-  * MckenzieIavbnub  > --jit i-,v y������ ;������--'<��������� .r" \A' j^ ,V> u ^ :,������V *������*w *.1'-1 ;  it*  ' ���������"*{  ) !*-  j-fl.:  I     1J  rv* t *  ^,       Vs  t? ������q    ^ KTiU'V ' ^i.**-t **���������*t.lV^aj*j- I *,.t^������  I -J  **   t  -i t,  .Mail���������^  \ * *t v~*-,  -Orders  ^**f I    -^C  -^V/v       (5#V ^'ifS^ *A ' '   l--lsl|  "���������>sr? Writer  .r*sf.   ������������������v 1,  >^f-Forrfi  *������$ii....  "i  v^^sSamples-!  _f >.^*,-^*-.  ^       *^. ^LOT-HES-DOfNOT,  i,;^ make the ..man'X j  r,A rumor was circulated"'Monday  tliat^the Czar-had been assassinated,  but proved untrue        i * *"    v -  ; ' Parrs, June 7 ���������The Czar of, all itlie  KiiB&iun8 la doomed to death .by assas-  mation vl^ -1* / ������ s - VtV r "J  ^ 'Rumors are cnrient ini]luslcity and  JjOndon,' based on^authontatrve news  from the fiussran caprtal ,that the re-  volutromsts a.re\-> holdinc ' meetings  throughout'1 tliei empire, plotting Ato  ^ji A* 1 t * V-V   j,    *��������� *   *      n ������ I  take the life of the 0/ ir .it the earliest  possible*moinent',     \    \   %"    *    -.  .   Godzyadani/Manchu la^June 7���������^  Undismayed by Rojestvensky's defeat,  and full of confidence.as- to the outcome "-of   the ? approaching * conflict,  Lieut' Gen Linevitch is. for   war ';to  the'i bitter ('end, and   he believes the  Manohunan,,   army 'is 'now " strong  enough to assume the aggressrve v 1 ~  Moscow', June 7 ���������Seventy-two members of the Moscovv<municipal council  have signed the following declarations  ^"Our/liearts' are aching������ 1 Neither  reason, equity, ne>r sense of responsibil-  rty^to the imtioiml conscience can ad-  mit"that   tliis-^mostsldisastrous and  .bloody^war ^of'^lnstory, the causei of  .which 'are-- incompiehensible^to the  'country, should continue without the  consent of the Russian people.-r ��������� \s  *^'JThe'hour has arrived'for the'people  to decide between war and peace honorable^ to  Russia, and 'foi  Russia to  proceed "to' the reconstruction of the  national edifice."     >>'v'    ���������. f      *(>.?  '^Peace.is now being-, negotiated) and  an ^armistice may be arranged mean-  time   f-.( s     j j,, a **-   -,'      pi  ;f HE .LATE ^Vb STEVENS?'  The^Funeral Held*Saturday at  yy^y J-;Kamloops.^; > (>,  Cj^B Van Hoirieaccompaniedi:the''rc-  mains,hbme yOn \tlie> day" afterjlns  deatfrthe remains laid in state ln'con-  venpon .untiljts clofce, when ^ Giand  Master MorriBey deliveied an oration  6vef,the deceased'delegate^an oration  whicK^moved^to1'tears every *nian  present. r The grand master, who is a  speaker of great po^wer, paid^.tribute 111  the1 warniest*"tei ms to the\orth of the  deceased and stated t&it^notfonly had  the"bVotlierhood lost'������^,valued brother,  but he himself Hail lost a close personal  fftanA       }     Af    flirt      nlnnn       AtT^f-lin.    AwnA.JuS  It is suggested the steps taken by  government to stop ���������the tnippnig of  beaver for five years ,vvill not liave the  effect hoped for^and that instead it  would be better to institute a license  system of say $50 every .sit months,  which trappers would* be nulling "to  pay and winch would have the' ettect  of leducing the amount'^of trapping,  arid at ihe same tiiiicbinig revenue to  the government Trappeis contend  that'evencwith the close'season it is  "unlikely theie will beany increaBiFof  beaver m^hiit time, whereas with 11  license systeni^graduated if necessary,  the government would - have revenue  Jnd the'number"^ of animals* taken  would be bo reduced as to avoid dangei  of their extermination / We invite the  view 8 ��������� of practical"? trappers on ' the  matter, as ltjis'one6of considerable  importance J, uli . ,, ' .Ui 1 ,'  ,-    ' ���������"������     ^     ������   1     1  t , . )     i 1 : '  w   ' I*       1       (  1  1   1  THEi;DREDGE;'���������<  " iAt Work W RevelstqkjB.^'  The Dredge of>thed<3rumi6n'igoverri?  merit is making good progression the  channel for���������the div^eraion^of the^nvei  Revelstoke 'j'-^In "coming upl fibm  Arrowhead^the'dfedge could notVnake  much^headvvay ^against the*- heavy  curient'now'prevailing in the liver  and had to be towed up by the steamer  Revelstoke. ���������% fr. J <���������' ^ 'i ;i ,  bThe stafKof theT{diedge1eonsi8ts%of  C ->D ^BacheiJ, captain, JAV ; Spearh;  engineer, H E Stevenson.cra'nesm'an,  G"Ludwig, ceDok, B w; Bull, hrem.in,  J Irvine andPL >A 'Hudon^deck  hands, W^McDavitt, watchman.' ' *.  *'The'dredge* came from-Nakusp'  wbere1,slieirwas put on-^the^ways and  thoroughly overhauled:    Capf Bacher  ,0    ���������(,J���������������.-.U'-.1..J " -5....,_.  .  RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION  !    t   ^ t        '  C. P. R. Begins Building Two  ' x '    \ f New Roads.'     ' r  Construction will1 be staited on tlie  railway fi*6m Spence's Bridge to Nicola  on Monday next. On Tuesday, Mr{  Cambie and* a party of surveyors went  up to the scene of the proposed opeia-  tions which Mr Cambie will ai range  to have watched in the inteiest of the  company -j Mr. J A 'MacDonell, the  contractor, is m Vancouvei ai ranging  for omen and 1 supplies. Messrs 'P  Burns <fec-Co have secured the contract'  for supplying meat to the construction  camps     /'. t   ' ".it        ,  Mr. Whyte (Buys " The Iuie( from  Spence's Budge to'Nicola lake^vvill^be  completed'this yeai Tlie Kootenay  Cential will'be bejgun this year I  cannot say how soon it will be Jinic-hcd  That will depend'upon cucvimstunccs,  chiefly on ' the "rate at vm ie.li the  countiy tliiougli which,tht line is to  iun,/is developed and, peojiled Tlie  constiuction,will begin at the noitheri  end fiom Golden " r ���������> ; ,1.  ^Both'Jines ^will "* ultimate.! v, r * tie  extended to < fornixpoiiiie'ctie-in-ireji ttfc  south,tvuth'J'thelBouiidary and Glow's  NebtMines,"reepectively \\a tliejoouibe  of the ne\t^8everal!y_ears,"'the liumbei  dependnig uporTIhe rate of growth in"  populatron aridjwealth.in the dibtirctb  concerned^ the ���������*������country <- weslrtaids  fionr Midway* will 'be. opened, and  gradually,bianch lines will be e\ tended  to the coast,(or to a point on the main  line n'eai the coast. ���������>���������"- * ~^ ,., .^*-f  Construction material for the Koot-  tenayiCentral ls^aheady being shipped  to GoIdenVand the load will be'built  ten, miles south from J that town this  year   ^       * 1'  "',   ,    * , '"    *���������  * t ��������� ���������   '    .-> 1  -,1 j."  1 WE, CARRY A, FULL STOCK OTV  fu '  f r-- r * I  Groceries,. Fruits  'and Vegetables  ������c i  %  k ONION SETS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDs7  yr  e j  GARDEN' TOOL'S.,,  , -���������   /   Tr  , .COOKING UTENSILS.  a'  t i  BOURSE,. Bros.  ;ie ave, . '   . -"t';~C;J"   ;-revelstoke! ''-  , Agents for McClarj's Sto>es and Ranges , U^, .. r  '   ' .'������   e'^r, _ '     .    1     .   ., ...        .       ' ..    .1    '  ,11".       f  f Mckenzie ave ,  63<)st  ,     is^,  I'J  JJ!,^Al-  frr    ^  - I .V   **\  $  ������JI  CIM COUNCIL.:  PQLICEvCOURT.  -f*i \  lv&^proclaim" the55  i  ir-i  <>    It  proclaim  -man.   >>  tf>^J ^  1-1  .R  Si  A    It is an un'deistood  thmg'^S  that^we make ouiselves ac-  - *  ceptable tej tlie people about s  [ iiis^in'Oiir"appeaiance    Good^j  "  clothes'only can attaru thifa  ^ end.     We sell clothes foi the -  ������-i -* "v 1   <   ���������������    >-  r  -, ^.      "!  ��������������� highest class wholesale tailors  /���������in the eastern "cities.^ These;  .    ^-   -.    .4������ * '      ^      ^ ^     -.-  are not cheap ^poorly gotten  , -j-*- isl |._ e.^ *������j     -.-  2. up ready m ides, but the high-^  *- " "^    t   ^^  est^tandaid^of art in good'  v v^ ,������.-���������,<       i-t <*'  ^ clothes      W'e^ only * wait   a^  chance to fit*you~   '*  ^ ^   A ">  . _ '  x       * *- **'      ���������*-  COME"L\i,<   .,'  6\  EN'S'DWSSY ,.,  SHOES  l1^ 30  stjles to choose^  from and everj pan  fnew'and tlieup-to-the-minute  I r stylos' f You loose the chance  7if you miss looking at these v  MILLINERY  ' ^  DRESSMAKING  DRY GOODS  t"    . CLOTHING  MEN'S WEAR  LADIES' WEAR  CROCKERY  ���������> GLASS  WARE    - <  +���������>���������- ,     . GROCERIES  J  CARPETS  -iTrainmefi's^ Journal, ,and the remains  were"escorted^toY.the station 'by^COO  delegates^the co'rtege' being ovei "half  a mile'inlength.-' "?"���������  "'The funeral^ of-'the late-D/W  Stevens'at Kamloops lon������ Saturday  afternoon was veiy laigely attended  and the'^Presbyteiian 'church, /where  service .was, held, was filled rto overflowing vv ith those who souglit to pay  their last tribute .of respect, to one for  whom they, had' high regard The  cortege was a large one and was headed  by R M. R. band, Vfter which 1 came  the several oideis of railway employees,  including representatives from outside  lodges YFollowing^the hearse^and the  chief mourneis, the aldermen and a  large -"numbei of residents attended  Te services'were" conducted by Re\  Wyllie and Goodfield and that of the  Brotherhood of Railway .Tiamnien  was read by Bro P A Gibson'of "the  local lo'dge/ .l li l , ���������,        '<���������  f ' ' f       1 *'      -J 1 -^       ^  1  tJAt^the  police   court onv Monday,  betoie Mayor Blown, JrMaddocks^vvus  charged with" rescuing from the pound  deeper aThorse ^belonging to^J^Sands,  and was finedA!ji5 an'd costs or fivedays  imprisonment^'{Accused ^refused _to  payTthVline'-and was'imprfsoned, but,  subsegnently"lMayor)Brown oidered his'  feiease^when-jlierefused^tp go/and it  ls'stated wiirtake'proceedings for what  he1 contends was illegal detention   f *  ���������*; Tony t!hinSile^ was ^charged, 'with  furious drivine^on'Sunday''and  was  fined $5 aiidioatb'tf ,*?+*     "    '   "  1- On Tuesday two boys were charged  with" bieaking mto^J1 Fletcher's house  and stealing, therefrom. -iAs the complainant had no coiroborative'evidence  and the, boy8 denied  theecharge, they  were'discharged *������"i    ������  J    if,- . ���������������!,      "i' ,~*      r������   -1 1  >>)  r' V-"  J*i  ^  0    r       ^1        SI  1 likfe-  c  yp- 1  ,^There are Fit-Reform garments for^^B 1 /  ^tevery whim  of "theLthermomefer. fiP^rf  --   -        re    ^       1- fly  f  ,n     mw^   'I  5 4> ������������' * hor, VVarmer. Days;-  e      f    ������   ^'AL  a v^>^"~j4l  Kg*     '-'-'i'J*.,  n/^i  _ JZ  *^y> 'vh^������.  w 'Plenty of thin things for sweltering ���������% ]  weather.t " -1     r ''    *,rJ    ���������<" 1-"f4  [ ���������> 1 Wj-   ���������"   \  -'  i f  I   t        * t " j* *���������  (.������  ,^  j -,      1/  IMPERIAL. BANOF CANABA ���������  , Capital AuthoriEod, fllOOO.OOO    Capital Paid Up, $J OCXXKX)    Reist, $3,000,000  Head Ofhce, Toronto, Ontario  Hrnnchos In tho Northwost Torritonoa, Mnuitnliu, Oiitanu and Quoboo.  And   tho folloHinK poiut-j hi  flritisli   Columbia     CrnabroOk, Golden,  ,      Nolson, KoTolstolfo, Trout Lnko, Vancouver aud*Victorla  T H' MiSBHtTT, Pro'ildont    *   Dlt Wilkie, Vlco-Prosldont and Qenoral Manager ",  BB    E-Hav, AsslatantSGoueral Mnuagor i JV.;Mojtat; Cbief Inspector  "i %  Revelstoke Branch, B. C.-r-A General Banking Business Transacted  1 t    Bavlugs Dopiert-nent���������Dopoolts Kocoivod and Intoroat Allowod   7i r >  Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, Uullod States and Europe.  Spooial attention givon to collaollohu A K 1'iirrrs, Manager  i* i  /Tf DOINGS" MILITARY."  t ROCKY MOUNTAIN RANGERS  ' ������The following was the result of the  League shoot on Saturday "��������� v  */*     -j         o    _  *     -        200 t->00 600  Namei 'Hank    jds yds jdsTotal  Brown, H A Lieut         24 31 31 ^ 86  Smith Liout    >    !2 10.    21 5<l  Hart            -- Sgt         j   lr. w 23 11 * 53  Rowlands Corp ���������.       '26 26 * 21 78  Nolson Pte            2e> -.27 ,   80 83  Fisher Pte       j i 28 U 23 73  Hall Pto      II    lri 26 27 '68  Looming Pto       ^  W it II 62  Bitos Plo             X) 11 ���������   18 fl  Burpee Pte              lb,     11 17 ">2  I'oombus pte            lb 12 2 10  Hardcabtlo Pto               8 4 7 11  Last week bemg the date appornted  for the first military rifle league shoot  the ten highest scores' made on Saturday were leturned to the league sec  at Ottawa   ~  ,  There will be no weekly drill until  further notice  AlMvaist belts to be returned to  stores on Saturday (to day) at 8 p m  Bj order,  R Smith, Acting O.C  StaiT-Sergt   F W    Richardson,   of  "Victoria,   the well-known  rifle shot,  passed through on Tuesday  morning  en route to Bisley *  LUMBERING.  CORPORATION OF THE  CITY OF REVELSTOKE  Public Meeting of Ratepayers  A publrc meeting of ratepayers of the  City will be held nt the Optra House  on FRIDAY, June 10th, 8 p. m.. ,to  consider the* proposed by-law to hoi  row $20,000 for the improvement of  the City Water und Light plant. -     (  JOHN McLEOD,    /  Acting Mayor, r  '   057   '  BROWN   WANTS  YOUR ;BUSI  i   George Lux  is starting a logging  camp on Fish River      ~"    *    r  The Bowman Lumbeif Company are  adding another logging engine to then  plant on Eish Cicek        ,     }    i^iv    "  Messrs F H Hale, of *Enderby, and  G W. Fowler, of "Sussex, N.'B,  hive  purchased the  Cedar Valley lumbu  mill and timber rights''   "   >\    r     i  ,i The Anowhead Lumber Compauv  have   already .sold   5,000,000 feet of  lumber tLis season,.and have an out  put of about 100 cais a month  -**>-The B. C. Lumbermen's Association  which met in _ Nelson states the  Do  minion governmei/t ^as decided  not  fo'"place a( duty of $2 i thousand on  lumber   impoited   fiom   the   United  States-,    i       i v������ i(      i   t  Andy Gowan, of Duluth, Minn , and  A C Underfill],"'of Rutledge, Minn ,  promiment lumbermen^ of Miuuebota,  have been examining jsome tracts of  timberjapcl on the Allow lukts with  a L view to. purchasing theme, VV lule  leticent as to theirMiitentioiis, thev  stated that it was more than piobnble  thatf they would make some good  gi/ed investments in timber limits in  this section in the immediate future  They think the call on the tiinbei  limits h'eie to furnish lumbei not only  for eastern Canada but for the United  States will before long be veiy large  In a few years, too, they( sny the timber lands of this section1 will show1 a  considerable appreciation in value, and  that landfl^of this 'character tire* good  to speculate in'���������Minei.'  One  Dollar Saved  Represents  Ten Dollars Earned.  The average man docs not "save to  exceed ten per cent of his earnings.  He must spend nine dollars in living  expenses for eveiy dollar saved a That  being the case he cannot tc too careful about ..unnecessary expenses. Very  often a few cents propeily "invested,  like buying seeds for his garden, will  save- several dollars outlay^ later on  It ib thesamejn buying Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  It costs but a few cents, and a'bottle  of it in the house often saves a doctor's  bill of several dollars. For sale by all  druggists.  Discussion on -Water and Light  V-' lmprovement>By-Law.  ;  r'. Public Meeting to be Held.j  Meeting" lield>last evening -rPiesentJ'  Aid McLeod (acting������mayoi), Abia-  liamson, Field and Lewis, x   "���������,%������,  - <   i  ' coKnLSI'O^DE^f'E.    '  11 Canadian *Rubbei - Manufacturing  Co advising*8hipnien,t 0t hose^reel., l~  fi^Iayor. Stevens, Kaniloops, suggesting union of piovinciar municipalities'  foynutua^piotection'against corpora  tiont. encroachment1)1 and "Vioposing  confeience at Westminister Exhibition  ���������Referred to^Mayor" for 'action1'x n.i'i  /     -  IMPKOVEMENX .lOAV '    *  'Petition^fiom"property owneis to  put before citizens-'by-law'to bonow  1>20,000 foi improvement of vvatei'and  light'equipment received    ,_ i  v  The by-law was then introduced and  passed hist-and second readings  ' ^ ,v  , Aid    Lewis   suggested   having1 an  expert appointed^to draw up specifications * n' * ' , si*  '1 he Chairman suppoited this view  jit was'decided  a meeting of rate-  pa} eis should be held on the 16th to  discuss the proposed loin and  civic  impiovetnents             '      '        '     *~   <  f Aid    Abrahinison' consrdeied   the  woik ,to be done should be placed  in  chai ge of a good electncal engineci to  cnsuie it being well earned out.  c It Vns undeistood the Mayor should  be guided in the matter by tlie feeling  expressed at the'iatepayers meeting as  to whether an expert engineer  should  Ue appointed to draw up specifications  md supervise the work v ;       "-.'" {  ,. ItJwas pointed'' out special precautions were being taken by the council  to^see^hat.the plant supplied'and its  erection*should be earned out in the  best possible  manner, and that ^was  why the^Council proposed to make* the  contract 'with  the  Hamilton  Manufacturing Company,  whose riesponsi-  bility would  be a guarantee of  the  proper erection of the work.  01TV gaol '  12 C Fromey pie&entod estimates  for constiuction of city pnson���������Referred to works committee  WOltKS i  \V W Lefciiu\'8 application foi  vvatei and light to his house on James  .Street was granted, and other applications wore referred to Works Committee  *4  ry '^English FlanneL���������'T.V-t'cf^f ���������;  ^England" Serges, guaranteed fadeless A,J  ],i"<A~-real ScotchrjTweeJds���������and^-genuine'  ,}  Y Irish'Homespunst J'     \\*    *'>    ,   ," y^v  ! 'r        . , ���������     .   l ''     * i ^.~.   A* 4  * ^-Ijight and easy���������dressy * and ��������� comfort-  i   i  lC*>   Vj  *w 'i ���������  vi ^ ^   5^VW~A  r    j rt*;,^    4n j:  *^    J  fO IThu^lrademaiiden-' *u  S. hfiej-J eveiy' genuine    ',.  Fit-Reform garmenr ^toJ,-  W  J zl  tK,������ii  *.<*.  ,i,A/V*iV-V������'   W  ^ Lisofc for label witk  ^.trademark and pnee > 1.1  ���������*  r "u"fu.ed-lb'jr maken.' *J L  ,li.   iJt x.1-/   ./< j1-*- t wjt\ Art  N^w^.   r-       ���������    ^j ,.. ,^-   i, ^._      *"  'iltf'-.'P-', vrt i  M  %        1 1 I 1 ! V-     .  iss^  *. ������>���������  r.e  T^^ Tbe.onlj'Frf-Refora 'Wardrobe here V at ^^7!  J. G; Macdpnvald/;Revelstok:e.^  -i  BBS  HOMES. 'FURNISHED   Oft MONTHLY PAYMENTS. ;*  n1  1   ft  e 7  ������*'  Another Carload of Furniture just'Hrrived     CarpetSj'Lihbleums. >,'  j.      ^    'Oilclotlis, etc    Sewmg'Machines) Heint/man^PianoB.  {J:H0^qN;& GARNITURE dealers and embalmers. .  ASSl-bSMEM  itorr..  Mechanics, Farmers, Sportsmen 1 To heal and soften the skin  and remove grease, oil and rust stains,  paint and earth, etc , use The "Master  Mechanic's" Tar Soap. Albert Toilet  Soap Co., Mfra. %  Instructions were given for prop.iru-  t ion 'of assessment roll  DIOCESAN SYNOD  1  -' ���������.'ui  C  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  ,   CARPENTRY,JOh\ERY, CABINET WORK, JAND GENERAL^  ' JOBBING.        FINE   WORK   AM  SPECIALTY.      NO   JOB   TOO  "   LARGE    OR    TOO    SMALL.  Vl  Choicest Materials in Stock and Workmanship Guaranteed  Nelson,'June 7 ���������Tlie Anglican  Synod met here, and tlie proceedings  will close to-morrow Bishop Dart's  charge dealt largely with tho niiestion  of relrgrous teaching in public schools  He urged that the Synod should puss  strong resolutions on tlie sul jeet  LEWIS-CLARiTeXPOSITION.  With a vrevv to doing honor to the  province of British Columbia, and "organizing a 'systematic movement by  which the peoplo of the various communities in the province can, in substantial numbers, arrange to visit and  enjoy the manifold educational Advantages and othei attractions at the  exposition, ,the exposition management has decided to set apart the  period commencing Monday, July 3,  and ending featuiday, July 8, as "British Columbia Week A "Dominion of  Canada D.vy" lias ahcady been arranged for Saturday, July 1st.  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  afibids. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $ 1 a day.    Monthly rate.       /  J"-.   ALBEET     STOITE  PEOP.  r**T  THE MOLSOHS BANK  l lne������rpeirnled lj> Act nt Parliamont, 1S55  HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.  Wm  Molscw MAU'riKKfaOs, Pres S. H. Ewing, Vrce-Pree.  Jamls EixroT, General Manager.  ! i    Capita/ paid up, $3,000,000  "   Reserve, $3,000,000  Kvirything in  way of iMiiking business transacted without un-  netess ii y dela>.  IritLrestcreditecUvviceayearat current rites on Savinizs Bank  deposits. - "   ���������"**"���������  W  H   PRATT, Mana^       ~^~  % * 1  ]A<  W  THE KOOTEKAY MAIL  ������ft be IRootena^flfcail  PUBLISHED  SATURDAY.  -AT-     ,    I,   (  REVELSTOKE. B.C., 7  ,             SUBSCRIPTION   BATES '  Including postage to Kngland, United States  ,            i            and Canada.               , ,  By the year [through postofflce]     . ?2 Ot)  mit      "        ���������*,./'      ,   . . 1 2j  Quarter "        "       ������,   ���������'         t 05  Including Christmas Mail 50c. extra.  ADVERTISING   RATES.  Measurement-, Xonpanel [12 "lines make one  inch]     Preferred  positions 25  per cent  additional    Birth-., Mai riages and Deaths,  50c    each  in-ertion.    All  advertisement-.  , subject to tho approval of tho management.  Wanted and Condensed Advei tisemeiib, ���������  Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Situations  ���������wanted.    Situations    Vacant.    Teachcis  .   Wanted, Mechanics Wanted, 10 words or  let* 25c. each additional word two cents  ,    ��������� Changes in standing advertisements must  be in Dy 9 a. m  '1 hurbday of each week to  [    secure good dLsnla} f Standing advertising  ,     matter w UI be changed twice a month v, 1th  1out   extra   charge   ' For  more  frequent  '  alterations the time occupied  in making  same will be charged at usual rates. *  pending development of the Dominion,  especially in the west,are hoping with  intense earnestness that this fever will  entirely subside before it has vvoiked  any greater mischief to the national  fabric. We "have a gieat conntiy, and  this is 'oui country,' and tlie next few  years may see us riding a tid.il .wave  of prosperity brought on by one of the  mightiest national 'booms' in histoiy  ��������� f we do not permit a race and religious quart el to grow up which will  absoib all oui attention, and paralyse  all the constructive"genius of 'oui  i tilers. ,  a profitable producer and dividend  payer. , i ,  The demand for copper is on,the  increase". If it reaches 6,000^000  tons for this decade it will probably  go to 10,000.000 tons for the^decade  1911 to 1920, or one million tons a  year. .The. outlook is optimistic,'  ind is not a justification for. any  gloomv view on the futureJof copper  mining.  ,       I1      -  JOB PRINTING promptly executed at reason  able rates. 't       ) ,   \     *  \     / ' ">  TEEMS���������Cash. Subscriptions pa; able in ad  ranee. <  CORRESPONDENCE'invited on matters of  public interest. Communications to Kdi  tor must be accompanied, by name ��������� of  writer, not necehsonl} for publication, but  ' at) ev idence of good faith. Correspondence  should be brief. f.      <��������� ," ~ ' ~   '    $  J       ^  Wo request our numerous readers to  ' -favor us with their assistance In  maklng-'the KOOTENAY MAIL, the  moat* valuablo'advertlslng- medium  In  the  Kootenaya by   Riving:   tho  preference 'When  'making-" pur-'  -      , chases   to  those   firms  who   are  reg-ular advertisers In the ,KOOT"  ,r -IENAYJMAIL    u    - '     >  D  ���������l>   i  ;U  ,'H   ������. >���������'  RTMOBRISON, '  '   'DENTIST,      ,  '    '       , On-lCk. ,        .���������������  ,      "���������  THE  NEW   LAWRENCE   BLOCK,    ,,  ;' ,       MoKenzie Avenuo. f  EDWARD A. HAGGEN,.      -*< <    "  ': '    * ���������r   J   *   t .   '  -��������� ��������������� 'Mining Engineer/     -     >,  J,  (Mem. American Institute Mm ng Engineers)  Vf H (Mem. Canadian Mining       titute.)  ; Revelstoke, B.C. _{ ''  Examination of and* reports on Mineral Pro  - ^pertiesaj3pecialty.   J:,,,  _  HUGHES.   CAYLEY...  Barrister and Solicitor. ,  g*t     i ���������' ������.    ' >.    <��������� ���������  OFFICE���������Corner of\Fnst Street and  ���������>       Boyle'Avenue, Revelstoke, B. C.   r  FRENCH CANADIAN LOYALTY  Speaking of Victoria Day and its  relation "to   French   Canada   La  Patrie says:���������'���������   <  We have the ambition, or lather^he  certainty, of developing in this British  soil*a distinct race, distinct and liimly  attached to the institutions undei  which we live, and to which wcjiave,  contribvited'inore than any other^race'  to implant in this soil The Fiencli  Canadians are-profoundly attached to'  the country and to the flag,' which is  the most powerful ^fortiess, because in  this country and beneath the folds of  ^this Hag they enjoy the advantages of  politic*], civil,''and religious liberty.  Why jthen ^seek to' restrain these  liberties' Is it not a grave eir'br( to  attempt'if No .race is obliged to play  an infenor role; on the contraiy.. the  legitimate role of each nationality  tends always and without ceasing I to  the highest destinies." i\s '  T  1  HARVEY, McCARTER  -   i\f-      ���������    --, AND JPINKHAM;  BARRI6TEBS, SOLICITORS, ETC."  .'Offices -A Molsons  Bank  Block,  Revel'  ������>���������    .'     *y.    <��������� BTOKE. B- C r  ' Money to loan.    '  OfflcesvKevelatoke, B. C; Kort Steele, B. C.  Geo.'-S. McCabter,  A. M    PlNKHAM,, \  Revelstoke, B. C.  . A. Harvey, >  -Fort Steele, B. C.  J. It Scott, LL.B.v  ICOTT   AND'  W. I. Briggs.  SCOT  BRIGGS  , Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.   ������������������  t'v- .'-���������*.* f - '        'l  ;   .       Money to Loan ,  ^Solicitors jfor Molsons Bank  if'*- r        ' <���������  First Street.      , Revelstoke, B.C.  tS;be������1kootena^fIDail  - **!' THE >LUMBER DUTY.   '  (Referring to the proposed * tariff  commission and "the -Lumber duty  the Free,Press says:���������   ���������> '  That commission  in the discharge  of its duties' will doubtless make 'an  exhaustive'examination of the whole  lumber  question,   giving   both v producers and consumersi a chance to be  heard.   With (his information atnts  disposalj'tlie Government,will  be able  to.reach.a just decision  as  to  what  should or should not���������be done.  * But.we  foiesee trouble forJ the lumbermen  if  they hope rto .reconcile the  users of  lumber"^to an  increase*of !}>2 00'per  thousand in its price. i>'lThey will pro-  abely, however, take ar.,very diffeient  line before the commission, and undertake to establish, that "ii 'duty  would  add ^nothing'to the cost of lumber.   If  this could be established, it  would |no  doubt help  the lumbermen  to  gain  their point, but the evidence on  this  point would require to^ be very emphatic. . Nine  times' out of ten   the  contention that .V duty does not  in;  crease'the'price is" all moonshine.   It'  is up to the lumbermen to prove'that  their   commodity is one of the exceptions to the rule.  ISOLATION -HOSPITAL.  The.diptheria' case which -was  brought into the city last week' is  another evidence "of the necessity  for an isolation hospital here. The  Hospital Board has done its duty  by ottenng1to( conduct the institution', if tlie city andjtlie government  would provide the funds for the  building. >Dr .<Fagan, provincial  health "'officer, visited the city, endorsed, the proposal and'we believe  reeonrmended'it'to the'government,  but the government failed to1 do  anything more in the, matter, and  hencei another death for want of a  proper place' to treat',such ca������es.  The case from Beaver 'some months  ago was a similar aflair, and .the  loss of the child's life in that case  was also directly due to, the 'fact  the provincial government has  failed* in its duty' in!'this respect.  The cityoouncil have always^beeiit  ready to'do their share, and it is a  crying^ shame that for ,the sake of  the small amount the government  were asked tor contribute young  lives should be wiped out and'the  health of the community endangered. It is highjtime the, government  repaired'thifa.neglect, and.it is ,up  to the member for, the district,'Mr.  Taylor, to see that the proper representations are,made/ " '  ACCIDENT  y    INSURANCE  <(  '  Ai^Promptand.Ge.nerous^Settle-  ��������� merit. >  , < The Canadian Cusual'y'and Boiler  Insurance Co., foi which' the Revelstoke Insurance Agency are agents,  knows how to tieat its clients well and  generously.' ! On 'the day he was killed  in'(the Bowie collision Fueman Eastwood went into the, company's office  and arranged to take out an accident  policy. He had not even paid a cent  of the piemium or received the policy,  yet the Company, immediately fon.  proof of claim," handed over- to the  legal representatives of deceased a  cheque foi the amount of the policy,  $2,000.    % ,  '  ' Such prompt and lil.cial treatment  on the 'pui t of insurance companies  makes them true fiicnds of the public,  and should'result in every man carrying such a policy.    ,   r '       "  RAILWAY  NEWS  7 ON SHORE AND AFLOAT.  ' '      '-',     . 7 /  The Duke of Sutherland, the largest  lurid ownei in Great' Britain, his  brother-in-law, E. Chaplin; William  Whyte, second vice-president C. P. R.;  and R. Mai pole, superintendent of the  Pacific division, nassed5thrdugh Revel-  stbkejTuesclaycen^iouto forNelson a'nd  the"Ciow8*Nest Pass. Supt. Kilpatiick  accompanied the party as faras^St.  Leon.  _.     ','."��������� ' ! ,7, V /    *     '   h  Kootenay Lrf>d*re No. 15 A P, & A M.  f- e  The regular* meet  ingp are held in the  Macomo ,vTemp!e,  -s jddFollows Hall, on  the third Monda} in  each month at 8  lj.m Visitingbreth  len cordially wt-1  corned. ,.,   <  Sl-CRirTAI'.Y.t  SELKIRK LODGE, NO 12,1. O. O. F.  Meets evory Tuesdtt}  evening in Selkirk  Hall at 8 o'clock.  Visiting brethren cor  "dlally Invited to at  i ' tend.  W. W. FOSTER, N.G. J. MATHIE. Sfc  EST.   1877  lliiftiiii^iiiiiiiil  mmmmimmmMmi  :y,y.;YyAC,:f^;Y^-K'OfR;t:������^^ :' "��������� '���������"-"'"  :.yy'-:y:yyx'-'-'--2'o.by2:i.2:-:-/?\intt yy^  'Mlf\l'NEVflC'l*OLl-S','f ������������������!''.������������������-��������� '^,"-y.Z''      ���������:''cYf-'>;::^.M'!.N:N'E;S;b':^Yv-f  ���������r /I  Red iChao Degree) mecte second and fourth  Tuesdays oC each month, White Rose Degree  meets 1 hird Tuesday of each (jimrtor, in Odd  follows Hall,   VMtiiig brethren welcome.  JAS. I. WOODROW, , *  .  1     ���������       Piesldent. t,    Seoiotniy.  THE^ BISHOP'S*, ADDRESS/ ?  We   regret  to see  that   Bishop  SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1905.^  r'Some people would likeT. Taylor,  M.^PvP.j.and Premier McBride to  explain J what has become of* ,the  $2000' they, promised some two  years ago for - a' high school building for Revelstoke.  We are glad to:see RalphySmith,  , M. P., throwing'his lot in'with the  ^ publicJhfe of the province.' During  his former term in the legislature  at Victoria  Mr., Smith  proved one  of the best members who,ever sat  ; in the house.  He is"a sterling, con-  - scientiouB man, with a  good grasp  of public questions, -and his return  * for an early  vacancy would  add  iimmense strength 'to 'the'Liberal  ',and Labor interests of the province  Premier Haultain has been advocating non-party 'government for  the new t northwest provinces and  then Hurries to Ontario to take an  active part in  the bye-elections  in  the  interest-of   the���������Conservative  - party. " If public men are so incoh-  T8istent  the  people^ cannot accept  jtheir dictum, on'party  questions,  and   Premier* Haultain's   conduct  can only force the -Liberals of  the  northwest' to^nsist .on party, lines'  and accept no compromise.  It is a matter of great regret that  Revelbtoke should have taken no  steps to celebrate Dominion Day in  proper style. Revelstoke should  aim to present a programme on  i public holidays which would be an  attraction to visitors, from all part's  of the counter, and we hope some-  effort will yet be put forth to get  up sports or races or something of  that kind to make the holiday an  occasion to be remembered with  pleasure.  Dart made a special point at  the  Synod,of a  demand*" for  religious  instruction in schools.    Either the  Bishop does* not know what he  is  talking about   or   he   wants;  not  religious instruction.in schools, but  the teaching 'of sectarian   d6{,ma.  The schoorbboks*are'full, of r^ehgi1  oils,teaching, and the.teachers asia  rule strive tojiiculcate'these teachings by precept and example. J-If it  is dogma Hhe  Bishop  wants 'what  dogma Ms   it    to    be ��������� Anglican,  'Roman Catholic, Chnstadelphiam,  Mormon, Adveritist,' Presbyterian;  Methodist,   Baptist���������all' of - them  Christian.'"  'We   venture   to   say  if a convention were called to select  the dogma no two sects would agree.  If dogma is  wanted, then  it is the  duty of the home and the church to  teach it, and the clergy have bra/en  audacity to suggest that in addition  to the onerous   work teachers   now  have, they are to do the work of the  clergy as well.    We fancy if  the  clergy were asked to turn over their  salaries to the  teachers for doing  the work they are already, paid for  there'would   be  a  mighty  outcry.  ���������Let the "clergy do their duty  and  neither  Bishop Dart-nor anyone  else will  have  any  cause of  complaint against the religious instruction imparted to  the youth of the  land.   t We are.not so sure that the  church itself cannot "go to pagan  countries  to   learn   true religious  instruction,  and' we  ask  whether  the people, could havet imparted to  them any .nobler or more brotherly  sentiment than   that  expressed   to  his people  by  the  Mikado  of so-  called   heathen   Japan   when    he  HIGHER POLITICS. .',   ,'  fc PoliticaMife in British Columbia  is,not what it-���������should^be  and.^the  serious question, how to improve'it,  is one that "should have\the attention oi the electors.    We,believe  the maintreasonjfdr the unsatisfactory condition''of  affairs As   that  good men will not go into'politics,  and any policy which would remove  that objectr'on and  secure  to  the  public  interest **the service's^of the  best menjin^the'province shouldfbej  warmly welcomed. Ask a first class  business man,why he wont go. into  political life and "he'will' tell''you  there ���������is��������� too*: much  of   the''fakir  about it���������that public life so "far as  the province goes .'offers, attractions  only to the needy man who can get  a good  price  for fbis7 services   by  grafting   in   the   legislature.''' He  does  not  get "fair  pay   from   the  public  purse   and' looks   on   the  public interest as 'fair game.    This  idea',   and  there ,is"   unfortunately  much ground for it,"has" its foundation'in the fact that our legislators  are' the' poorest paid   men * in 'tHe  country. "A  man'who^goes  into  public^affairs has to give practically  all his time to it,  and   the' consequence is,His business, if he habone,  becomes neglected and,of  no value  to'   him.      We   suggest   that   the  number of members of  the legislature be-reduced  one-half and   the  pay of members raised from $800 to  $1,500 a  year.   If this'were  done  there   would   no   longer   be    the  struggle at Victoria of the lobbyists  for  the   loaves   and   fkhes.    Most  men prefer to be honest knowing it  is the best  policy,  and   legislators  elected    under    such     conditions  would undoubtedly  give  ���������������.  much  better account of  themselves than  the majority of present  legislators.  At all events the effect would be to  secure in   control   of the   public  affairs sufficient men   of  integrity  to be an   effective check  on   thooe  who might still be  disposed to use  their'positions as public trustees to  obtain pnvaie graft.    We ask   the  electors to  think over this sugge������-  tion, as we believe it would, if given  effect to, prove the best  incentive  yet devi=ed to the improvements  the ^political   atmosphere   of   the  province. .   ,  -We^Are 'Cigar, Wise',  -*��������� -i   a*- t.  t  if not other wise.  STORE.  'BROWN'S, CIGAR  ���������   JJ.    SAMSON '   ,  Painter, /Papephaiigep", Signwriter  KALSOMINING   DONE. '    [  Ordeis receive prompfattention. ^  Second street, s    - '   REVELSTOKE  OUR OFFER FOR ONE MONTH ONLY  To introduce) our now stock we will send b>  mail prepaid one of our ������15.00 Ainoricnn Wnlt-  linm Watches foi $7.50 Genuine Gciman  Silverino <Jn*>o warranted for 20 ytara. movement warranted foi live jears. Positively onl>  1 ������utcli to each customer. Scud money order  or registered lcttci. Checks not acceptable. _>,  The' Montreal Co., 223 Carroll Stroot, Vancouver, B. C.   '   ,        '   v      '.,) , 701m JO,  "     CHOLERA'NIfANTUM. j .'  -'. -^ V' >.��������� - *, *" '  Child Not'Expecled to Live from One  Hour   to,, Another, ������������������ but  Cured'by  ; -^Chamberlain's n Colic, f Cholera and  * Diarrhoea Remedy.        ���������    **' I <J  (''Ruth; the3little daughter'of E. N:  'Dewey1 of Agriewville,^Va., was seriously'ill of cholera infantum last summer.,  "We gave her up'and did.^not expect'  her to live from one hour to another,"  he'says. ' "I happened to/think, of  Ohambeilain's'-,Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy and got a-bottlevof  it from the store". ^In five* hours I saw  a change for the better.; ^."Vye'ikept'on  giving^it ancUBefoie'she'ha'd1 taken the  half of one small bottle" she was1 well."  For sale by all*druggists c> , ���������< ,  1   ,      '       ,,?       | ' v      ",_   , " _J       * ty   _r  Wi Al McDonald  ���������    ,   . -   -       "<r  s   -,   '-.'n   -���������     "��������� '  PLASTERER <fc 'BRICKLAYER  .y,,   ^"REVELSTOKE'  -">'. >'v  The only first-class plasterer in town.  Let?me-know~,your requirements. ^A  Caiload of Lime just imported. A Car-  loa'd of Brick under order.   >   *  Lawrence tHARQWARE;co. ltdJ  J       HEADQUARTER^" IN 'KOOTENAY j FOR'*' '        ']    '.  ������   fl" Paints,rOils,i���������General Hardware, SportingiGoods,  ,4  *'"      Saw Mill"SuppHes;-AlLLines^ofGniiiite and ^ i ,f^  Tinware, Plumbing1 and'Tinsmithiner. '-    <"' rr  Repair^ Work Done ���������& Estimates Giveh  UrAIL'ORDERS.RECEIVE PROMPT AND"CAREFUL 'ATTENTION  Four Rooms Ovor Storo To Lot  ^*  ."'PHONE  35  fill  WOODTARD  r  ���������<l have'started; a permanent"1 .Wood  Yard on'Third street. With my piit  experience I hope to-be in a'positioi  to, satisfy all 'requirements ^of cubtom-  eis.. Dry'cord wood, kept'in stock and        -u~ ..^ reduced  supplied  in   any'1 lengths'   .  prices for cash.'        ,     %l ",K'lj  . t      v     *<���������������,������, R.'SAMSON  at  ��������� ii.  To the f Board "of/Licensing Commissioners for  ~  tho Cit} of Rovolstoko ~     " ."    ���������>  r I horoby apply for a hotol hconso to soil wines  spirits, boor or other formentod or mtoxioatin.  hquorb in the building intended ,for an, hotel,  situate on Lot 13 m Block 17, Plan 636A Rovolstoko       i j      -v   i.' *.i"      *;'v"   7   I' -  - Sated May 13th, 1903. , - ��������� n ..   .'  7-10je26     I   ."������'*  >���������"  -'H  'J. HANBURY  says.���������  The foe that -,tni,e^ thoo, for thj country's ������nko  Strike him with all thj mittht  But while ihon striltost,  Forgot not still to love him.  Rev. C. W. Gordon, " Ralph  Connor," expresses the following  splendid sentiment regarding the  school question in the Northwest:���������  I want to enter protest against  those who seek to make capital out of  ^he^present crisis for creed or party.  I think the man who taken advantage  of the situation for creed or party is  dangerous to his country. All, true  ^Canadians should lend their energies  to seek to arrive al such a solution as  would'make for the pencr, harmony  pnd development of Canada. It is  possible to hold a creed out of proportion A Canadian should love his  country more than his creed, and be  prepared to quit a creed that'hindered  his doing bo.  The Montreal Star very properly  says of the bigotry displayed over  the school question in the Northwest:���������  On all sides, those who arc looking  jagerly forward to  the immediately  STANDARD   MINK.  The Prince AHning and Development Company are to be congratulated on the success of the work in  developing what promise** to be the  first producing lode property in the  Big Bend.   The  company  started  under     great    difficulties.     They  had    a    good   prospect,    but   the  distance     from       transportation,  the    altitude,   and   the   "knocking " thpy got were enough   to put  most   young   companies    out   of  busings.    Still they stayed with it,  went  afield   to  get  the  necessary  capital    for    development,     and,  largely   due   to    the    determined  efforts of H V. Smith,  one of  the  original   locators,   they succeeded.  They   have   now   proved   bpyond  question the existence of one of the  most valuable copper ore bodies }et  discovered   in   the   province,  and  with sufficient capital to establish  up-to-date  means  of  mining  and  transportation  everything goes  to  indicate they have a property which  will prove a valuable  investment.  The high grade of ore  they have is  susceptible to economical treatment  and  there is now every reason  to  look forward to the mine becoming  CHARGE OF VAGRANCY.  To Ti-fi- Pi;rhc,  In justice* In' tliejcuing girl in flip  case, unci to avoid any misconception  regarding the circumstances attending  it, I may state that the charge of  vugmncy instituted ngainnt Nnm  Skinner was tlie outcome of ad. fliculty  between mother and daughter, and  leaves no imputation on her ctmracter  among her fricndir and flcniiiiinlancCF  of yens stan'dinK  T. Sjcr.v.vEK.  STIcFfoTrilJR TOWN,  A correspondent who was mwh  pleased with our aiiicle in lust isdiie  on pupporting homo industries, sends  ua the following rhyme, which ho con-  sieleis well applicable to the case:  S il'l tin1 Krncorymnti to tho butriiormitn ���������  "It im rrnlly n *In  Th it you buy ������nlt on tho uhr.lf i������|p [>|Hn  And don't 1.1 mo handle thy tin "  NEW SCALE WILLIAMS PIANO  in Hamilton Conservatory of  "* ' -. -^.Muslc.iy *  When the .new ������35,000 building for the  Hamilton Conservatory of Music Was  decided 011 and eput under way, it was  determined at the same time to refit and  re-equip (the institution ,in the,, most  modern manner possible t ^Everything  that has been 'purchased since has ibeen  after the most"careful ^investigation, and  especially has this been :the'case in the  selection of musical 'instruments. '  The Williams Piano Co J limited,  Oshawa   Out  Gentlemen       in.  The Pianos -we ordered ifrom 3 you, ha\e  armed and I am pletsed with them The  case work is artistic, while the tone i������ resonant  and of good singine quality I particularly  admire your Style 30  Yours,very truly, i;  C. i,  M. HARRIS,  ' Musical Director,  Tne Hamilton Conservatory, of Music, limited.  That the New Scale Williams piano  was selected was almost a foregone conclusion, and Dr." C. L. M. Harris'  decision to this effect only confirms the  universal esteem in which this superb  instrument is held by all Canadian  Artists aud Music Lovers.  The cut above shows the New Conservatory, Building, in the construction  of which so many musical people all  over the country are interested. There  is also a cut of Dr. Harris himself, to  whose labors the success of the institution is largely due. > *  The Williams Piano Co., Oshawa,"  publish three booklets on the history and  construe-,  tion,. of,  pianos,  which  should be  read by all  c o n tem-  plating the  pure hase  of a piano.  1'bey ar?  sent free  on request,  or   can   be  '->*.    -NOTICE, yc- ,*���������  ���������\rOTIOE IS HEREBY'GIVEN that the under"  _L\ * signed has,isubmietod to the Jjioutouaut-"  Governor in Council 11 proposal, under tho pro  visions'of tho Hivers and Stronms Act, for clearing and ..romoving of obstructionsi from IFrog  Crook in tho district of Yalo, and, for.) making  tho same fit for rafting and driving thoroon of  .logs, timber, lumber, rafts and crafts,, and for  erecting and maintaining dams, flumos and  canals for holding, sorting and' dohvonng logs  and timber brought down said Crook   !���������> i      .  Tho lauds, to be affected bj said ,work*nro  Crown lands ~ ' '     ''      "* if  ,l)Therateof tolls proposed to bo charged are  such as may' be lixod by tho Judge of tho  Countj Court of Ifalo   .   -r      *   *������ A-    ���������������������������  Dated tho 26th Maj.lMH.   , . -\  9J5je20 . !E I,  KINMAN  NOTICE.  SvMdMali^ii  -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the under-  jLN signed has submitted to tho Lioutenant-  Goveruor in Council a proiiosnl, under tho  provisions of tho Rivers aud Streams Act, for  clearing and romovme of obstructions from  Throo Valley Creek in tho Distnot of Yalo and  for making tho same fit for rafting and driving  thoroon of logs, tun oor, lumber, rafts and crafts,  and fnr'oroctiug and 'maintaining booms for  holding, sorting and doli\oriug logs and timber  brought down said Creek, aud for attaching  booms to tho shore of said Croek and Throo  Valloj Lake for said purposes u . '    '  'Tho lands to bo affected b} said work aro  Crown lauds v*    ,   *  Tho rate of tolls proposed to bo chargod uro  such as may be flxod bj the Judge of tho Count}  Court of Yale.  Dated tho 26th Ma}, 19a:  I*' .  E.L   KINMAN  ,.  .     . NOTICE.   '  *��������� 1      1,     ���������������       '     . r I  NOTICE ishcieby B'icn that on the 21st  . June, 190.5, lit 10.111 a m , 'an appliuition  will be maele by the undei signed undei,the  piOMslonsof Uio"RivoisiuidSlruuiia Act" lo  thi-Jiielguof the C01111I} font 1 ot Kootenay nt  tlie Com t IIoiihu at Kev uNloKe, H C, to 11\ the  amount which the unelorsigned' sliiill 'bo'at  libeit} to clrnigo for tolls, boouiagc, rnftuiK,  eliivi" fjor logK, timboi, lumber and eiufts, mid  foi takinif ciuoof sume until doll vol eel undoi  nnd'by virtue of tho Older In Council granted  to the inideiHigneel under Mild Actcinpoweiing  lhe eindersigiiBd lo clear and removo obstruc  lioiiH'fioin Mosquito Ciee-k, West Kootenay,  iiiid:to make the same fiL foi iiiflinirnnd du\  inic thereon Iokh, timbor, lumber, nifts or ciafte,  IJalcil LhiH 18th Mn), VW.  TUB YAljfc COLUMBIA  720je20 LUMilKK CO , LIMITKO.  ">    Has just opened up his'new season's stock-of.. " v   "-  ^Carriages :ahd 'Implements. V   '  <t  y These include Garden  Seeders^ -Plows,������Har-1*"("    "  rows, Farm Implements of alHtinds.1. tcLight , ������   j*..'   --  '   arid Heavy Wagons, Light'Buggies.'Rigs, and ' v *   "  Moline and FairchildAVagons.   \  ' '     ,{��������� %     '  Shoeingr   a i Specialty.  '. V   ���������,    Wagons Made and Repaired.* t  SECOND, STREET, ^REVELSTOKE, -  '*'  -11 j, * ���������  Leading Dressmakers  and I,adies' Tailors,use JBelding's  Silk'-on their>smartest*suits,  and waists.    They know that'     ���������>   <        ~~    t" "- / '  gowns  Beldin^s Spool Silk  '    NOTICE  NOTIOK  I-1 hcrr-bj   giveii that on the 2M  ...    fiino, VK)>, nt 1.0 W u  in , an appllcalloii  sews smoothly and evcnl3'���������i, free of knots and kinks���������runs freely  in the highest speeded sewing machines wiUibutibreaking. iJ - r  '      '    . - f     That is a hint worth following      ^aama^ '���������  to those v !.o scv.'jaL l.oi.io  S>-/ ''-  Ii' '.  Thou ho In.-d him buck to thogrocory .torn.  Vnd niiu-kl) mi order nr-nr  For n low rlinirn liam������ for family u-o  And 11 Ixix of (Ish for lent  Snljl the rlnthiir man to tlie hnrdwnrs man  ">ou cortiuniy don't do ns'it,  Wlir n yon orrli-r a unit from tho 0 islnrn hotiKn  VV ith my big slock 111 sight "  Hut the plotliinr wanted a now stool rang*  And it c itno, as the noiKlibor-i know  In 11 box lio trir-d to hnlo In 11 barn,  Marked, 'Timothy IJnton <fe ( n ���������'  Tho ominous mon thon rnllM a mooting  To -.on wlioro the trouble lay,  And thoy nil nKri^ri\ 'twnn the orlitnr man  And not tlio elovil to |iiy  ' Why don't henmsf tho dnnnrrmoiit storo e  ,lnd tho tioeldllng faklrH,'f thoy mild  And stand by tho^o who pntrnniro him  And give him his daily hronel?"  Ho thoy drow up a compact long and strong  Tor tho editor to poriiHO  And wnltod on him with iispoct grim  As ho solomnly dug for news  Hut tho oelltor laughed 11 lilg iinrso laugh  Till the gang nil took to tho wemrlH,  *e>r 'twn������ written on nxlo ������roH������o lottor honels  That citmo with a bill ol Roods,  old lined [tow lh*c local vearerooms.  f/Cwig Bros . Agents, Itcvelsioko.  TTSE  will be iimde by the unilerslgncd under tho  piovlsionsof the'"Hivois and hlitniiiH Act" to  the JiiiIku of the County Court of Kootonay al  the. Court Hoiibo nl Hcvclstoko, it. C , to fix tho  amount which tho undersigned Khali be at  libeityto charge foi IoIIh, hoomago, laftlng,  elrlvlngof logs, Iriuher, lumboi and ciafLs, mid  for taking euro of Miinio until doliiorcil, under  tnd by vlitueof the Older in Council gianlcd  In tl.o underHlgncd under Hiild Actunipowcring  tho iiiidcrHliriiLd to clear and remove ohKlruc-  IIoiih from Half-Way Creek, West Keiotonii},  and lo make the Name /II for lafting and driving thereon logx, tlmbi r, Iiiinhei, noUeorernftie  DiiLul thin IHIh May, lUCtf. ,  TiTK AKKOWIfKAI) LUMI1HU   COMPANY  "���������tc������e^i Llinltid  '#Qtt9������tt$������*V*<rtt^$&'f������9lF������^Wr<1  CroTrVn  oap  And save Wntpporn for l'rcmiumri.  KOYAL CROWN $������)AI' li���������n no toual  on the m,irkct. Drop tin a curd and  we will mail you a cittaloguo illimtiat-  ing tho beautiful premiums wc ofTor.  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B. C. Limited  Notice.  Notice Im hereby jflvcn that the imelorHlKiiod  hnvo Hithuiftlci! to thu l.luiiloiiaiit-Oovonior in  Council a nronoHiil, under thu iiroviHioim of the  "Klve-r* mid StrintiniALl," for cloarliig and 're-  inovfriKof olwti rictlonn from PIiikhUiii Creek,  Went Kootouoy, and for inakln������ tho Hume /it  for raflhiK etnef drlviiiK thereon Iokh, timber,  limilie r, 1 iftM and crafts, and for orettlng and  ineiintetlniiiir beximM for lioldliiK, norllng and  dc-livurlii|(leiKSmid tlmtiorhroiiKlil down mild  en nk and for ntletchliiK booiine to the tfliores of  wild crook and Arrow Inko lor wild pilrpOKCH.  1'ho lands to lie uireotcd by wild Work aiu  Crown IniidM nnil Jxit 801, Group One, Kooloniij  Dlxtrlct  'Ihe rate of tolls proiKHcel to ho chained are  hucIi iw may be- IWca by tho Judge of tho  f ourity Court of Kootenay. Lr  flitted April iDl.llXM.  (������'Jej7      BIO HEM* LUMMKIl CO.. L'i'D.  mwmmm  BURNS & CO;  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   . ���������>���������. Meat Merchants.  Head Ofice, Abattoir arid Cold Storage ������':���������'   ������^^s������^Oalgary, Alberta,  Slandord tomod*/ for Sle������t,  Qonorrhoaa and Runnings  IN 48 H00B8.   Cures Klerr-  ns; snd BUcldsf Troubles.    *****  !(ffi)  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  <  ABHAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIHTOHS.  Newly built.     Firbt-claes in every respect. ' All modern conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms. . ,  . .Rjites Sl.60per Day. , Special Weekly Rates. ���������'  Quel's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management P1  T^  < v j y^^sia-,,+'-s*?^^?fc^ry^i^^'!^:^  i>'  '  c    !,  %  lfi, *���������������  r*>  S3  th^'Kootenay mail-  ������ -I   -r rft *i~ |L*v-*-  /*?  , CREAM  BAKING POWDER  ^f, ���������  ���������f*  '$<���������  ?'  AT ALL iGROCERS  'l r \   V- i,   1.      '  *\-ij*&- V ^- '*������* ���������4 ,*���������* /, >   ^y 'j *  j a Dr.? Prices 'Cream'* Baking 'PowdenisFmade% from *  Hire 'C.rpam nf.Tor'tnr A^^i,i^A  f_���������_ * ���������"     ' i   . iii   "   -  'I /       V,  ���������  rp From,OiirrOwn Correspondent.;',/*<"  j' J'-It Jamieson i8,������yi8iting fritnds in  ���������JV������ncouver."^ "<'������?*���������'' v   v--    "������'  A.\N". Cowan/left ^Sunday for a trip  tbHhe coast.      +" T $r f - .    ( ^  t /  f Wmtj{Keith has/frented\the'������ house*  lately vacated b"yJrAVMcKinnon  i(y-r  i������  " i* Like to have thingsinght lip to" d.ite���������  1 .4^ '.the latest in every thrng.- This fashion  j1 s) naturally includes-' home, furnishings  *M&\  .WJ*  ^/-'jiV.  V -\   <* ^  ���������>    I  a  IFAB-RIWOrNA  fllSWHEMmSt  -COVERINGS ;  i(V'   'It is prepared^burlap "ready to put" on  H. "   'he jwall���������just like'paper���������and comes  ������������������-������t   ,j���������m crimson, green, gold and blue.' 38m.  "   V  vWlde' P������\. yard;'4?,is>'' to'figufe what"  i J y   ~   v >our rodiiPwould cosfcA   ? "J '  /7A' Blondin, vvlio has-been awaytifor  8ome"time, arrived homejast week. 4 -  ' ^Mr^Katharin<rY<*]gh, ^ofc Burton,  spent "-a few ^days " m^ town visiting  fnen Jev ,-���������-"   .      '   ^       '4   y     ."-j.  ^,The>Y,."Vp. L.^Co'are havin  phone line put'm^betvveen the  and the'C.'P.^Kfstation.  6-^  ^The 'ladies'of ��������� the* ^English^  VICTORIA, at  *"   ,       *1    V*    "** f^r  ������*-)%  fimsm  ;-vThe������Y,."Vp. L.^Co'are having ^telephone line put'm^betvveen then'office'  "   -'-���������--- f    ������^f  * Church  intend having anjice cream and straw-  berryfestival onJJune24th.    "*     *'-?.  Mrs.'Crage, who has been visiting  friends m Ee\elstote,farrived ,here on"  a -.visit ^to,-her sister,' 'Mrs. LVI J.  Edwards".,;*.* ^ *j M^ ,^* ^  'The^fishing lseas'on"ia1 noV'iiifefull  swing:. "Every evening" thet;lake [is  dottediwith\boat8.^LaterJ!on4We''cxpect  to, be able to .report seme goodrfish  stories.   V t        ,'y " H * -\      -  ,  '>After? being'delayed for nearly; a  vveek the down river' steamer^, service-  has beenr resumed, * the Miuto "taking'  the.place''of the * Kootenay. 1 During  their stay in *Nakusp(the "officers and  crews of the Kootenay report a pleasant  time. ���������������*������������������' i.   ~-r,"^fK\    \^   ,'tf    r-s  r ^- 3iV^     ^-v"*      -1        ^u  4. Capt'Dougal's'handsome dog'Silver  was shbt'Jast Tuesday TThe guilty  party is not 'known,' but wefunder-  stand the'Captain will give la reward jto  any^peison^who will give information''  that,iWill lead^to^thei-arrestVof the  party who committed the deedi^V ~-"  Social &':P,ersonal.  'Dr Graliarn is in charge Of the hospital during Dr. Sutherland's  absence  Mavor>Brown left this <week to litre, nd thejLicenbed'Vinter'a conveption  T. Taj lor,-M. P. P. lias gone to the  boundnry on a canvassing trip for tlie  New York Life  Miss*Valentme leaves Monday}on a  trip to'the Lewsond Clarke Exposition  at Portland. ^   ' '  W ,1. Briggs/oftfie law firm of Scott  efe Biigg^ left Thursday for Camborne  on professional business t  \V <'M.' X.awrence , leftJ Thursday  niii.-ning on a^biiMness trip to Calgarj  and will return'Moiiday ,       , '  C K^Macdonrfld,J'vof the Canada  Drug\-& 'Book-^Co, 'returned this  morning from a visit to the coast* '-,  \TheLadie8Aid,viill'hoJd,tlieirapion(  Bitle and concert oif'lhe'Munse grounds  on Monday the' 19th 111st, aftei noon  and evening. 1 ��������� . ,  Mr Bowman pVesrdent of the Bow-'  man DumberCo ,'is'expected^to arnve'  daily, on business connected,with 'his  interests here .1 Jf      ' " >      |V  1 JlF.,McCartj jreturnVd^Sunday from  a tnplto Minneapolis, and it is un-  derstood.he lia^a iniuipg.deiil of {importance to'the BjgBejid m hand! i*   ;  J.   A    Macdojald,   the   provincial  Liberal leader, passed through vKevel- '  stoke Sunday en route.to the coast to I  attend the.sitting of.the full court.  \V. W.? Foster returned, Tuesday  ffomftlie coast^wlieir'e Mrs?'Foster p*re-  sented him "with a daughter, andjhas  been receiving congratulations oni 'all  hands.' ' * 'r 4 \ ,<���������  ^T. 'TaylqrfcM. P.'P ,* this week' attended , the" Grand rLodge meeting of  the FiaternaljOrderof,E8gles''at Giand  ForkV; represetitinfe Kev el6tbkev Aerie  No 432.,,,;   r,*. - j*i vril^^;'  r Dr. Sutherland has" advised^fnends  here that hisafather,vvho .was,reported  seriously ill <i8*'lfconsiderably'''bettei.  /The^octor/will return.Jin^'about1?two  POLITICAL.  The Trout Lake Conseivatives are  arranging for a convention of the party  in the riding to beheld middle of July  It is understood the movement is m  connection with a coast scheme to  drive the 'Hon. K. Green out of the  cabinet.      1  J   t  i^������������  / I  "-"J  til  sueurf-  0 It should be'borne In mind that  every cold weakens the lnags, lowers the vitality aad prejiarea the  'system for the mor* serious diseases, among which are the  two <-  'greatest destroyers of hmaaa life,'  pneumonia and consumption.  I  **.  ������\ 1 >'  Vl  CpugiiRemedy  ! 'has^woa'its'gte&tpopiihuity l^rts  j prompt cares of this most common  I .��������� aliment s It aids expeictoration; relieves "the* longs,and opens tho  secretions/ effecting' a t speedy aad  '1 permanent ' core, i It)' coontencts  [ ;asy tendency toward pnenmonla.,  . J.'Pricoa5Vt������f*<e"Si������o,SOc.i  .  Wsf I  Aprastrongi Meat Market  .^ i -.i ^.-.^? .    '   * iy t  Synopsis of Regulations foriDlspoalng of  , , Minerals on Dominion Lands in Manl  j   ("toba. c&o ffrorthwast' Territories 'and  > f ,tho Yukon Territory.  _' ~   w -^ ^  ; .Chatham incubators ^Wtc# ^fn|jr  ^Eggs into Fall   Dollars.,,  A  t  hZK  Jlajr and Jun. m the b������rt month, to Mart in , June hatched chlck.-^w I.Vb v.I������!������i?uili.,  the early aummer and many ol Ihs'ri'ka or tha'tLa'-^a are aro'i 1������J m cu .tan mm "l l?fyi i  i-J,  i*' u  j, Coal���������Coal lands'may; be'purchased at  HO per acre for soft coal and iM lur.an  r>   .'rsLc,,,',Jf,s"r)f)I,es,it Bp,'f. Mlillnii;  irork, Small Ooeid-elnel f3ii[i|ihi*s ���������ihiii  p��������� to any pair nt the* count������v      "    ,  'Oi'deis   Ulcen   foi   young'pi  wpi'ks old and upwind*   j\ , '  Mnrl^ojdeis pioiiip'tlv attended to -  ���������iv 1101  tium iur huh. com una *ai lur.an       _    >*, * i.,������>   ,'. ���������; T~~r--    1       t .     fi'  thracite ' **Not more'than 320* acres can.   GfiOrfrfi M irrav   Pnnnmo+An  bo .acquired  bygone ilndlvlduaMor 'com '   WGUi S������ alUrray, rrOprietOP  * t *  i  jij>  II'   >.  There are many>kinds of < ~  |\rtFub!?er''>fSot'vear'f.bl,t������C3'ears tl  I * .of>������ttperiente have^taught us ' '|  that   brands   recognised _ as ������  Jgood" under  other'^climatic \  J __   conditions tnay"^prove iinsat-   "  ���������^Msfiictory^fori thisfc province.  ''-Atter testina; 'many,lines we  jybaveselecteei-4  'jT^. ;,   lr~\  liiHALCYM  - "���������*���������- . \ ir-p *     s -   y  >*^t~i??v'? ~"'*". ti;t-  J- klV From our own correspondent   ������������������������"  5  *?*; Tlie? Halcyon Hot 1 Springs1 annual  summer dance will be held in the end  of nextrmohth'dunrig tl.8 moonlight  season.      . ���������>     H  ,  '- Harry rMcIntosh Aof the1 Hoffman  Hotel, Kossland, has leased Halcyon*  Hot Springs Sanitarium .for a term of  yeairaf-VJMr.'i iMcIntosh's'i occupancy  commences as^from-the 1st of June.'  Mr. McNaughte'will be-1 remaining at  Halcyon for some time.   t ''  weeks time  ',Wj!A. Scott,- of London,' Ont', has  joined thestattyof Molsons bank as bill  clerk^AfLeFeaux/who held that'posi-'  tion, having joined" the^firm of Le  Feaux & Woolsey.* -  *-r "     >, ' '- >%  As an acknowledgement of the valu-  ablejservices which Mesdames Scott  and}Clark\have respectively rendered  the Ladies Hospital Guild as secretary^  and treasurer.the members presented  each with a"handsome-cut glass Vater  bottle.^'*% fr"- -*'% v v" . ' i- {. *���������. ���������  ,* On* Tuesday^ Bishop ^Dart.fKeve.  C/A. Prexjunier,and^A. St. G. Smythe  'and/ Messrs? 'A. ^E. -Phipps^Didcesan  treaeurei, and'AVWwTaggart'of Win'd-  ermere left'>(Bevelstokefrtb��������� attend the  meeting'of ^the,,Diocesan'^ f Synod at  iNelson.      ���������������     _. ,   , ,-,   i^vj^  ... -,,v  tf'iThe 'dance at-Jthe Opera'* -House' bn  Wednesday' in aid, of *��������� thej funds "of "the  Ladies' Hospital-'Gudd'Nvas ���������������'"'great  success, resulting'in an'additionjof $44  lo'the", fund r TheL^Band^generous'ly.  provided the^music for^the firstjialf of  ttie programm'ej land** Mesdames ^Hall  and McCarter./'Miss ^Muriel Buck,"and  Mr. Watt kindly-played for the^'second  half.- f'Mrs 'J .Tapping gave' {free useN"of  ha'11'.^ThVlaaiessupplied.WVxcellent  variety- of *irefreBhmeDt8.''nThe Uadies  consider the'dance th'e'most^successful  they'have'had. jir_ "��������� '*���������"''' V ^  the Yukon Terrltory,\of an area *oi  .eeeilng 1W) acres.    .  " '   *'. w ^  lhe patent>for a'imlnlng<locatl>a a  Our'Chewiiig -Tobacco,,  ie a good chew to choose'if you choose  to chew^" BROWN'S Ciga'r Store.  * as tKe'hest'fur1 dealers'to se*U   v  oiindivudn.ilb to wear.1'  '1   You may'profit'by our ex-B -  * penence h^v insistrng,on yourv ���������  'dealer  giving   you 'r'ubiber8<i  with v. the   MA'PLE   LEAFe,  ��������� brand. .      w *  |fSiJ.LEGKIEG0:',  IM 3 # 3"*   -/l.LIMITED^.   i\3,l\  -VANCOUVER, B.C.  Selling Agents for the, West.1  3.'  \y  B.  -y1 NEWPATENTSr     " ,  ^j���������t-l--^ i.<iyyJ  A,NOVEL COOKING STOVE." ,  "Rowland^ Bntain",Vpatent .uttorney.  VaricouverJSreports        s      v"**   .  ^Archibald Stewart^ moulder, of New  Westminister,trreceived "a   Canadian  Patent on an impioved stove invented  by himj and designed to effect a great:  economy of fuel and "more uniform  results than can be attained in a'stove  of-ordinaryj"construction fiThese'-re-  eults are attained by pioviding a fire  box immediately under the bottom of  the oyen; jvvhich is furnishedf with a  double* bottomland f intervening "air  space to avoid,excessive bottom heat  From laterally extending tlues���������from  "the} fire  box  the furnace gases *'pass  through'tubular, flues on (each side of  the'oven chamber*to'a+fliie space extending along'the top of the oven, and  thence to the chimney flue at the back  end.'*   The   oven   chamber   is   thus  surrounded by heated  gases from   the  'furnace,   and   all   available   heat   is  directed to "the heating of the oven.  For the convenience of ordinary cooking the top plate of, the stove is furnished immediately over the lateral flue  tube's with circular lids which cover  apeituies m which a kettle or pot may  be placed where  they will receive tho  direct heat of the furnace gases aa they  pass through the tubes, and the back  of the oveu is piovided  with a water  boiler."  The lateral"space at the lower  side of the stove on each'Bide'of the  furnace  is provided  with plate cupboards so-that~all available space and  heat of the stove is utilised.;  * The structure rVia simple one being  preferably made of sheet iron or steel,  so that it should* be 'placed' upon the  market at a moderate price.  *s  .churches:  ?*       *, *  e  1 Methodist���������Pastor C.'H. M. Sutherland., Subjects u Morning, "God's  Dwelling 'Place > on*JEarth";-evening,  Rev.rWtD/lMisener,' of GoIdenVwill  preach." The choir villi sing the celebrated old country revival hymn1,"The  Glory Song." *   J  St. ANDKEvvr's-r;Morning service  11  a m , evening.service 7:30 p. m.      -  '  Ki������ox���������Rev. C. McDiarmid will-conduct the services at '11 a. m., and 7 30  P-m-   -.   ,      "     ", e  ^- Brokers iiV Good' Smoke >  Investments guaranteed.   BROWN'S  CIGAR STORE.  - - *.  -] . L_  . , IS WAR JUSTIFIABLE'?  M "     '* ' ^���������~  La,8t Monday 'evening Deaconess  Marian Adair gave an' interesting  address to the'Epworth*League. A  large number were present. '  - Next 'Monday evening ' being vthe  literary night there will be a discussion  of'the subject "Is war justifiable?"  Mr. Liddle leading the 'affirmative and  Mr. Lefaux the negative, after which  there will be an open discussion.  Sajg the Boundary Times* "The  person who sends to Tim Eaton for a  handkerchief oi a pair of socks is just  as patriotic and of as much benefit to  the community as the fellow who'  walks to Midway, crosses the line, purchases a couple of dollars 'Worth of  tobacco and smuggles it into the country c Both should be given tho privilege of earning their living where thoy  purchase their supplies. Such people  are Chinese���������bleached " , '  Subscribe for the Mail and get  all the news.  Buy It Now.  , Now is tho time to buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and, Diarrhoea  Romcdy. It ie certain to j'be needed  sooner or "later and wheif that time  comes you will need it badly���������you will  need it quickly. Buy it now. It may  snvo life.    For sale by all druggists.  ,  1    *    ,.���������  Clark's Luscious Lunch Tongue  has a flavor all its on n. Tho delicious  juicy taste stimulates all the digestive  funotions. l"    11   >  The Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  TIME TABLE  (During season of high wulci)  Leave Eight-Milk Landing each  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY nt 0 a. m  Leave La Pohti; each  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY at 2 p. m  SPECIAL TRIPS will he made between dates of regular sailing whenever business offered warrants same  The Company reserve the right to  change time and days of sailing without notice.  A. FORSLAND,      F. SWANSON,  t       Master. Purser j  pany    Royalty attthe>rate,of, ttn centa  per ton of 2.0U) pounela 'Bhall bv' Oullaiied  jN������n the gross output.,   . v Y   _I    . ,  Quartz���������Persons of eighteen.year* and  over, and''Joint stocktcompanlea' uoleUnu  {tree miner s certificates may obtain eulrj  . for a mining tocaUon    J  ,>   <     ^���������*   j    >,  "��������� A. free miner's certificate-is granted >foi  jne,or more years, not exceeding ave, up  on .payment ^ln advance of-;?7 50,per an  num for an individual, and * from v ISO to  CfllXI per annum for a company,-accorelina-  to capital,   s < _. o >\ ��������������� f , i ,      ^  ��������� free miner having discovered mineral  In place, may locate a claim 1500x1600 feel  'by smarting'out the>same1 with' two lega.4  posta,   bearing location  notices, (jone |ui  ",each end on the line'of the loda or vein  i, The'claim shall'be'recorded'wi.aia Of  ,ceen days If,located wlthin]ten?i.- Mm of a  mining recorders office,  one  i<uiUonat  day'allowed   for   every" additional-*-ten  I miles or fraction. ,i The 'fee for recorellng  ���������a claim'Is 16.      r    ,        -     ,     ,c t,V  .YAt'least'flOO^must-be expended?onfthe'  I claim each year or paid tO|tbe mining recorder in lieu thereof.-.When *500 has been,  expended or paid,' the'locator'may,'* upon  ,oaving a survey made, and)upon'comply  Ing ..with, other ^requirements,-.!! urchase  the land'at $1.00 an acre   ������ '    t "��������� H"  it Jfermission may,be grantedtb; tl e   tin"  inter of the Interior   to.locau. ,u. lmt"  containing iron and mica, also c' (.>���������>. Ui                  .... n  q  ���������hall  iuovido for the payment of a rbj oil*) of 2} pm  (.entloithe sales ot the products of tlie louuiu n  Placer, "Mining,rManitoba and the N.W  T, .excepting ,��������� the, Yukon ,\lerritory.-  Placer mining 'claims generally are 10e>  feet square; entry fee, v $6, renewabk  yearly." t-On'- the -North Saskatchewan  KlverJclalmB for either bar or bench, the  former being 100 feet long and extending  between^high and-low^water mark *> The  tatter-.Includes bar diggings.'but,extends  back to tho base of the bUl or bona1 bu<  not exceeding 1,0001'feet. wWhore '���������teo.t'v.  power Is used, claims ^00 feet wlefo m*i  be obtained ". *��������� i      , *  f    Dredging in  the rivers-*of Mau u bt  and the N.  W. T, excepting the x * Koi  Territory.���������A free miner may obtain onl}  two leases of five miles'eitch for a term  of twenty-years, renewable in the riiscre  tion of ,the Minister of the Interior,   t  ^ The lesaee's right is confined to t ie sub  -merged I beds or bars of the rivti  below  low water mark,' and subject to the rights*  of all persons who have, or who may re,  celve entries for bar diggings* or Dencl  claims,   except  on -"the   'Saskatchewan  Klver, where  the lessee, may ( dredge  U  high water mark on each alternate lease  hold        - -r '       '  The lessee shall have a dredge in Coper  ation within one season from tho date ol  .the lease for each five miles, but where  a person or��������� company has obtained mure  than one lease one dredge for eacn >U-j  teen miles or fraction is su.0:i*.it  Rental, flihper annum for each ja.le oi  river leased. Royalty at the rate';of two  and a half,per/cent collected on'tae out  put after it exceeds JIO.OOO ,  Dredging in the Yukon Territory���������Six  leases of five miles each may be granted  to,aMtree ,miner for a term .of ,twenu  years, also renewable. ;, - . > { " -t  The-lessee's right Is confined to the  submerged bed or,bais in the river, below' low. water mark,1 that boundary to  be fixed by its position "on the 1st day ol  August in the year of the date of the  lease        ,  * .   w ,���������    e,^  The lessee shall have one diedge in op-  of the lease," and one dredge for eacl.  eration within two years^from, tlie date  five miles velthin-sJx years from such  date Rental, $100 per mile for the first  year, and $10 per mile for each subsequent year Royalty, same'as placer mln1  ing t i  Placer Mining in the Yukon Teiritory,  ���������Creek, river ,gulch and hill claims shall  not exceed 260 feet in length, meusuren  on the 'base line or general direction i '  the creek or guich, the width being fr-r i  1,000 to 2,000 feet. All other pluier claim,  shall bo 250 feet uquaio ,  Claims are marked by two legal postu  one at each end, bearing notices Entry  must be obtained within ten days, if thr  claim is within ten miles of mining rr  corder s ofllce One extra day allow,  for each additional ten miles or fractlvi  The person or company staking a claim  must hold a free miner's certificate  The discoverer of a new mine Is entitled  to a claim of 1,000 feet In length, and it  the party consists of two, 1,600 feet alto  gather, on the output of whicn no royalty  shall be charged, the rest of "the party  ordinary claims only. >  Entry fee, $10    Royalty at the rate or  two and one-half per cent on the val*  of the gold shipped from the Yukon T*  ritory to be paid to the Comptroller  No free miner shall receive a grant *  more than one mining claim on each tti  erate river, creek or gulch, but the sanj<  miner may hold any number of clalnu  by purchase, and free minors may work  their (claims In partnership by filing  notice and paying fee of $2. A claim may  be abandoned, and anothor1 obtained on  tho same creek, gulch or river, by giving  notice and paying a fee./T  Work'must be done" on a claim each  year to the value of at least $200  A certificate that work has been duae  must be obtained each year, if not, tm  claim Bhall be deemed to be abandoned  and open to occupation and entry by a  free miner. , ������.  The boundaries of a claim may be ���������������>  fined absolutely by having a sur<t>y  mode and publishing notices In the Yukon  Official Gazette  Petroleum.���������All unappropriated JDom a  ion Lands in Manitoba, the North-wto  Territories and within the Yukon Terr!  tory are open to prospecting for patrol  eum, and the minister may resen. Cot  an individual or company hnving .aa  chinery on the land to be nrnop^otnei,  an area of 640 acres Shoulu the proes-  pector'discover oil In paying quantifier*  and satisfactorily establish such dlooo*  ery, an area not exceeding 640 acres, in  eluding the oil well and such other lane,  as may be determined, will be sold to  the dlscovorer at tho rate of $1.00 an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate aa  may be specified by order-in-oouncil.  v  .*>  Every   chick cyou   tun  nntiiro,,  nnd market iufpctbbtr is  worth  '   flOeiuts, If notVorC] Tho'ntxt three  ���������monthsarc tho iiftitones in which "  i������t<iKc,t_6ta<'te<l in.the chicken raising  Iiiisi'icss-^TjciOd gooel iiirmrj in it  " anil tho women folks and cliilnicn  fh c in do all^the work that l^ccds te, bo  done lu^bout one hal������ hour elulh  t - Ihewiy to make poultrj-'pi} Is  lo got ' bro 'or   ch't'.s of uniform  t"--i/c and weight rc-uly fcr the m ir  ���������*'-'     Arrnstronpr,'<B  O  To Trappers  ,',. V **���������' -*  >   *rJ ���������- \*������  -'  4L  * ^\ii' .  - i\  _    J    ^1'���������  *^l  ,*    ^1  Ik,  ;Rawf Furs'Bought^  > \  So sure aro wo of results that wo' tako chanrcs  .  v money for tho machine ,  1 ^wr_   .  ������������������������   nm  ���������  s ������  es on your success beforo wo get our  V^Exfiort^of Purs.  - ii*������  i ,'>  < \.L'  _.jT/--  )<  > j  - Trademarks  and Copyrights  obtained in all'countrics.  hit  PARENTS  'J' J   "obtained iii alio  ^ROWLAND <BRITTM/;  -'^ "j Registered Patent, Attorney,, A -  ^Mechanical Attorney and Engineer      *,  Rooni^3, Kaufleld Block, Granville'st. near P 6  , Z VANCOUVER,- B.\ C.   ," *-' .������  A postejard,.will sooure an'evening appoint  ment for those who cannot call during the day  should the Juno hatched chicks will ha��������� a mar ,-,    >'  ������ ket value'of SOc^each'by October, thu-i enabling ' "J /,  '^youto payef0r^th0 ineilbator without using one"'" *"  ^   cent of money not earned by tho michino Itself    ,*   -..'  m Our bcintlfeil and comp'cto ibookw"Hdw to '   'I  t,' Make Money Oncof Clucks.",tc Is the wholo r-lo-e   '""  No poultrv raiser can aToe-d to be without it   Ui  FKEb.   Sond for it >on.  '*fi  i  ���������t.V  t'f> I.  ���������\ W ing Chung sJ-newly, im-  ��������� ported  stock, of-Chinese y  .s.', andijapanese goods.f-^ -1"- r,  , ^The best assortment ���������* ever ^  '^landed; in-^.Revelstoke  of -'  USeful^^ancl    - nrriampntal  ,   articles  ���������;an"d  i  THE MA������JS0H MMP3ELL OO-VLlmlted  "Dept '226    ' /! CH\THAn,tON f.'  4n    D'stlib,Vtln������^>,rcl'',"se>* at^iontreal,lQu?  ;n  '    Tea soi vices  Plates ���������'  ^ 'Baskets s't ,f  ' Cane Chairs    7  i 5 Handkerchiefs*  l\  I '������k     ,3 I ,  1.    ������     ' -        t '  "Flower Pots  ^ ��������� Umbrella Stands  u;    'Lunch Baskots j  f t.; Smoking Jackets ,  t     *  - "Silk Goods, i  ^ GOLD FISH    -        -  !  Finest stock of candles and fruits in town'  Front Street,4 Revelstoke  y <s  '������ furl"*. Cri  * ^������ i  .-.'^,A *-.^|  -  . few.  ,^--:  fT!*HIS'is'an aee of-imitations!  1,1 . *The symbol at the penod siioalcJ-Iie the,������Wod*Jea No*- ,  ft i  rn  i -  r*> *  C7'~l    <.*-������ .  y I  Is -I  1   ,   ' *v  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  '   "i Royal Mail Lines. ,  ,-���������*  , .Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  ALLAN LWE-From HalifaN     d r  Victorian * .   ' - ApP 10  Bavarian . Apl    17  Virginian . > Apl    24  Tunisian May   1  CAN.PAC ATLANTIC S.S-From St John  Lako Cham plain   * . f Apl    8  r^iko Erie   " .        Apl. 21  Lako Manitoba .    ���������;. Apl   19  a     DOMINION MNK-From Fori land   *" ,  Vancouver - Apl    S  Kensington * Apl   li}  Canada j .        Apl  22  AMERICAN LINE-From New Yoik.    ,  St Paul " "���������    Apl    8  New "York ,      Aul   13  St Louis .     *. 'Apl  22  Philadelphia Apl  20  WHirK S1AR LINE-From New Yoik.  Celtic Apl    7  Oceanic Apl   1"  Majestic Apl   19  Rulttc Apl   2b  loutonio May    1  CUNARO LINE-From New Yoik.  Camiiania . Apl    8  Caronia Apl   It  Lucanla Apl   22  htruria . . Apl   2')  Campania May (j  Passengers ticketed through to all parts of  Gicat Britain and Ireland, and at specially low  ratoHto all parts of tho European continent.  Apply to noarost railway or stoamship agent or  to  T.  W. BBAOSHAW. A  ont, Kovelstok  W. P. F CUMMINQS,   Poolflo   Axon  Em &>  >Every sincerely'grobd and teliablc'artidc'of 'cxStmorWre'Iai  , today a ^K'6f<^^c^bltitUcsf^^hxe'^ its %**&*  "-    I'lty* *^e ������������t������������t������������oJ"w as good uW.tr-riirfnabrtlWy-. I  would not,need to imitate'the outward appearance 'of'tfiese A  original^ but could create a marketer their own^'ori nxrit' ' ������  it sound and reliable'soias to deserve,'and 'hcitfc'a^  future market.'    ��������� ^       n*   '   * .        -  -a  iThi'Hifctfof a! sub'sthuteVttat Article ������S2&  ."    it for present profit only ��������� to trade upon the goodaB������i'!'  ' '   'of the original.    '~ ���������'   ' ' *  -' '   tr   c*    *     .. .'   ������ ,   ������.������������.i y !/ii.i,v, i   ,'vit.io  ^   ^     rte.has nothing.at stake ^for the .future, aad Iris >  -.---policy is to give you the shelhwithout.the fcetnd���������t  1   ^hetappearance without the'value.4::.   -'      ' <V*. "V"'  '- Some Shoe'Retaileis^pirfer selling ^long-profit.^.  * shoes to oiling r" The'SIater Shoe " which is price^oirily  s ' trolled by the Makers! "*    '     " '<' ���������  \   -> - *���������*-       ^ * A  i ' II. ^Ba}~doDit ,������o'fe-Ct,(thatfthe Slater Shoe is priced  f;    by the Makers to prevent -your 'bcingi'oT������r<hai*eed  j   ������ ** 1 *'i'V ���������-ji*i>  f  when you buy,them. ���������  tw  Look for the slate- >  frame and the'Mafc-'^  << or $5.00 on &e  lining.'   - -  ?t*w.  ���������f*ii-.  ffij  n  u  1������.  V-Sl\ T.  it*  4HA  HENRY'S NURSERIES  NEW OKOI?  UOMi: CUlOWN AND IMPOIU'CO  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  THOUSANDS 01? FRUIT  AND ORNAMENTAL TREES  RHOnODENDKONH,   ltOHEH,   onr;i;N'-  HOUHr: AND  IIAKUY PLANTS  foi Spnng plunling.  \t~  GOODYEAR  'PROCESS '  Sole Local Agents C. B. -Hujtfcf & Co.  M^  ' I *      .     ii    *" f  Department  of  the  Interior,  Ottawa  W. W. COBY,      '  Otputy or ttw Miniatcr of tb* Xatn.^z,  Cut Flowers, Floral Designs, etc.  BEE HIVES AND SUPPLIES.  FERTILISERS.  Eiisti'in prices oi   lew    White  labor.  CatieloKiic ftcu.  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'VtVjVffl'iYl*��XM,��rt����rt��i7-\^^^ rP��ii>��iri'4;��*'
p 3Sj��Ttiel said IdebersfturesWa Wall i'wbeSr,
;t,]|^|^ate^f ��^'^3fd i^lt)'0/5^anlaSirmir
&a^ k||ai;|ii^&8 tpk^
.9.1 lKJflii &��iiiS'-'^:"^^S*a;ft";Wr-j;-.u-W2:i:u*��;2i
Meii tuiiiiS'peiSJari niimMfror^the'^ate
i.|:l-j-.u'-..;^^'.-.*!':^^i-;r...;L..Av,.^j.  ....i'-  ���.|:,..s.5i;.^.;../;.-^
^hereof ;E;,w h rch*;:;]ntere8fc;isshall;;be,'pay-:
f Mpisons|Baii kyatrlS^stpkelafp^said;
^la j^^! Ja rni^^
; tlieniy Icmles�� tliuii'$$^
:^hal l^Ii^sstitl'tf 3>eten t^ires y^o ^an^Sol
1 then ijbejspldil*oriiless|tiian|iiiinet^fivi3;
���JMi^oen tjiiu|of; their; Jface|y al ue'i incl u'd'|
A-specialty wiinioyinnde* of   Sunday
; th^si^^^ben tu res]8t ��efi'i%^i{One:
.1 n 4-Aa��#\fil--rjdi v��i4 '.'.1ili��n7l'Lj.'*H/l h^.%1 rA*��'/l ^ ljijCb.J.B*'V.
i'i'i **'���-"--**��� ���'���i^'K'','L*-'-^'*,''*':r-i.'*-^-,'i''^%..''.'^
ft Borougli l vVs'c'iipa GJfe^alndlfexpeHe^'ced^
gsfe'cbun trySii��Atereb.v.v^ ��.^
Heys^sltiiu'eq ber M ifi igb^HqeDl Jpu pils
"mill ^ril^Al^dKlVr-.i^Kc'^QOnt'^'.t'n''1T..-T?oV.��lQtrnlrA'
isfiiSs^y s:y^% ��y^j ^
^fi-:>*S'Y��:f��ny,'Btoreian^ hiiao-vf
;are syde^w ri|-fex^Hearipgj! n aniely|Hil 1 ly J
idliallfbe|f ortHwitbltcalncei ied!|prlf del
Una    Ivho  morloii-iS'/ioMOOAnonoolof^oniilV'
final ^passing the^
"rtf I'f.Vi/b'V^oV.OTiQiriaii'a^rt'f ^t'h'o-J,ii^.Ai��rt*��Vrti;3-;��'1-
; .���.��.-li.-.-^��..*.-;=.
Eflypiy fvt f' ^y::ife ���?? -5?^^';jr-d ing;i priyth e !^bre \ tiixn
f^lllfljy IfifancC .^ ��� ^* ��� P ^?nB^^wal^tbwar^Olie
��&&??,< fj^ig xe*j ;;.': ymotbr A fell ftbe twee if;1 the^bars^and was
*;->:;..��� .':��� ���: 4-uy.f '_-:i?i��'-.'-"&*f __������;������ _i j j -\-.f *; r*.-f ���...-y--.������ *
atpkeiy and: inlprdeK
!fcee'--,'t6 |Sscertai rijitliegwork i ng#ofy;t bey
]8rganizatioi^ j:
McCar-ter}aiKl.*;Humo0pya8certeiii |w baty
         .   . .     ^ .. _ . ^ yKIJnepIed
:sa^eyylife; |s^r isale';l3yy|al l^driiggists^jfi
;|:gf'vj 5-jJC\- It? !5i"f f"* f
ty~a.ri'5','l f.? "''XJjj^r'W'F jij '' JiSfSSP-fevS,
Hot Sprtngs
rLiyer,'|Kidneyp&d SSfo^
fandfiJMetallic&PbisbninR^'Aisu %
JfoiM'lTHaMiTir^KFpelinS^'^^aV&piiir %
:':jsf Ifsay 'tbatf ;C^l>orne -iii I'lewkingy'upififlf
y:*;Fi8h-Creekydistric^liac] tlieafcteiition;
y*y-|yof ^rriiriing'menytWat'yits resoirrcesywarf;
yf|y ran t,' Cam borne;wou Id. tey bneioL-ytlie'
Y;.ybest.;towris in ��� B?*;C^1.:Zyy,y-\:' :'Qy-yyy|y
Webaye^ particularly large*and good
nssortinent. of soaps .i-iiiiiiing7 frbiii yuc*
to $2 per'cakef  Look aL bur soap win-
yd6w.-f ".-���-Y'.yif'fyf yyy fY-.'.y-"'"y--:- y'ff '������' ���'.; y*
DLIVE 6lL iAND Y      y
ju;qyMBEli ������>.;.: * Y-f :y';y :; y:-
We have a^ large stock of. good yHair
Brushes at alFprices.ff
y Our 5b-cent Brush is a f
y Dandy^for the [money ^
G. W^EATTIE,,Proprietor.   *;
Money orders issued
I Ar^yOld Timers'' of the West I
iYY-They'ykri()W.:t,eJy;.a- iiict'LyiY Llic.
������climatic; arid -gTOgi-iiphicaiiycph-y
f ditionstbat jciill ;for a ;speciiij y
iclas.o,Of footwear'l.o triet't���.���Mie'sie'.;.
���/conditions; :yjiyZ:-'.'.'       ^'iviy'f'i
ylyy-Knste'rn/Yshpef.; rrieriTycamipl. /
'/kiiow/tliifsbythings fnun  rrier-e-/,
/:he(irs)iy/ 'yf-Yy/:/y-?;/Jfy';vyy:f':Y-Yy;
They iiiiist live* "oiir. west,"���
/get -"the local color'^. ns'it we'i-ey
^be;come;, stejeped; ,in/:w(!s(er'ri,=;
;:experience!; and:yknowledge* e>,l>-/
, Uinable; only by living the life
of a rWtiSterner, before they C'in
hope to make HnUsfactfVryfbe'/l-/;
wear feir /the '���streiiiioiiie'.'Jife^.bfV:
. M��*ldfD anil iriines.  f  :y f ;Y        '���
fy�� THE yLEpk IE BOOT !��� isyii ���
western yprodiict; for  western
.'./people. - ������;/,';.'//Y       *.'.:���;\".. ���'.,: :':'������:;���'
" Y'Ixiok for'the; trade mark iippri
Y.the.sole.;y:!/./;/-���;/-/;;/j/.//,: :;f//.f:y!y;Y
Manufactured by /���>'. 'ZZ':}:
SM^I^ntii^'buland IDpl Jars] fo:d ef fa^
^|the;^ateryand IIBik h" felPJa ii ��$$($ he"
S^^HEVKis^yjj^jtit ion V1 iasSb^rtfpre^
senjtedsto-yKeMAfa n ibi[%laypciui)ci|'bf
tbei Corpora t ion; ojpt HeiC i tyfofiBuyel^
.real/propertySwJ thinjtliej; *Ci lyfptz-Jievj-':
elijtokie;iiS;,|shbwn |/8n; 'tlie^astirey jsed;
;a.sae8anii*n; i ;jto| I yj dC tHeSiiid::Gity^ask-f
i ng?'Ui'at ���]! aj? by-law J b��|i nirpd Scedji!foK
tlfepti/rpip8eybf(:iu tblgrising: IJ Teffin'Zqvr*
in^l;, byj th^J sa ids Gpr^ratip
S U ni^ctf */yT wen ^;Thousa"ne:I ?I)pi I eirsy tb/:
defrayi.tli^cpj<S;f Of?y,m^YreVyinsr;ji nV\ exj:
j eriel.i ii gyt I lR/j/W iijerfit rid']?.;: J i/i g I i tXp la ii" ilit::
bfy'Deben tu res* lory- the ^toid ^su niv-aincl
pfyy tho/.riiteal)le'{re:ij.J? firopei-tyy'witliiii'
the sa^lCity^of^Bevelstokyaccpreling
.'to.tho last-yrttvisetl asBessnientC/rfiM of
the/ saieliyCityY is'ftlieysiiin of/ Seven
Hrrrielre(l  ii lid /Fifty-Three The)ir��iind
]lf.rsj:u-V;;=X;-J:V:.'-;_.^^';v'^ ""^;'v;.k-;;:..i^voS^-'-:?';,1':.--.:^::-h::'���'
tb;i raise/annuallyy by special'ritte siif-
/icieiittlierefor^tlie/ Btim   off Kjftcen
Fifty-Six'Ceil ts ($ 1.,-o48^f5) for / pi.ying
tliei said"debt arid intelrest tlioreorij-yyy
;;V/Now'y;*THKitEKbRF:.if th'bf'Munieipiil
Councilor" ilie Corporationof "the .''City'
of���';:^Revelstoke/enacts/as fpllowsi-r-y   : y
f'. J/.'.;������:/1'sli'ill he lawful feir, the'".Mayor'
of theporppriitie)n-bf;|.be'City/of Jiey-
elstokc yto'beirrpw on the c'retiitjof tlie
aaid ���CprponitVpii by waypf Xrijlicriliires
lieruinaftm-^^ rrieiitieined from;.-anyf'pcr'r'.
8bn;p(*rseiri^f;;firni,*;bpdy prlbbeiieg eror-
ppratc who maybe/willing/to'advance
the/ samcy as'a'-Ipiin^ii/surri bftiioney-
not exceeding in! the ".whole ��� thefsiirn
off Tweihi.y���.;T-nonsanflVJJpll��.rs; and to
cause ui 1 ���BUchvp'U'mjB/V-86'ir riiiscel -pr re^
ceivce! to be'paid intb the hands of 'the'
Treasti rcr; of \:the JCpVporVi Mori ffpr tlie
purpose, luul/with 7i>he ^oliiect iiibove;
mentioned^ :xz^--'.-'yZ---ZZ:y'-:<,'>hzZi-Z:yy
.2,���.Ij, shalLbe..lawfiil ftir^tjie/Maybr
ofthesiiiel Coriipratioo'y'ipJ-.c^usefiany,
number of !)bljontiire8fiWfb<3'.;niadei:'px.-.'
Bum's.'��� as .may be reqnir^/for'-ihiB^pur-'
���speciiU",licensojit6icut;iaud:carry'a\var! timber
frpm^tholfollowing^describedflahds iri'Noi-th;'
������ftCdmmoncirig at'ei^post marked/;"D.'M:Macfar-
lane's.N.l'W;;corncr/ppst,'Vandrplanted one' 'mile
south'biJCoIumbia'riy.eriabbut'flvejimiles above"
mouth'.of Cariooriyer.'.then'ce s6utfi'i80Jchalhs,V
IthencejeastiSOichainsfi.thciioe north SO chains/
!t.h'Gri-Ce'^WftSt.;.SO'.p.hn.innVe-/.:. l.hft'nlnY.,.VAC*���,������;!
.lane s,,-N.'ffi,icorner post," and;plahted"at D.*M;
iSO chains.'thence west 80 fchains.lthenco; north1
Commencing.'ata'post marked "D.'M; MaKfaiS
ilarie;s;NBt\Vi"-coi-riei-''post;"*5 and)'-plan ted?, two.
{liiilesVwest of'jD:'M:--Macfarlane's N'KE.TcorrieV
post,'ithence ^'south' SO/cihains.i/thonce icastVSU
farlaiie's S.
,* 'Zy Chi*/Bt*s tf CI ii y'Z ii vy 0 k Vi iiiifen'ii SV^h II ey I*
i,\V e I l.r.Ki i r i Vfc^ J"i. ri c k sf^'i iV^'l.a"t:K��j"-?. o'"iJs�� i'i "i'.'. 11 ���'
corner:post," andtplantiidat'', D.
:MflMacfarlane'S;N: E. cornor post;:thonce horlli
SO chains;-.thencc casfc.8llVcha:insVi, thence fsoiith
Q/1 viVifiina-. t-Wnnnji/ii.A-l-'UA   nl<r> I����^.' *-��  1.1 *��� 1 f'^_- _ JS
v 'n?-i*ay?.'lfter-date,I-'intondSto*iijjply;to'tho
yChiet Commissioner;6f-Lands*aiicliWorks/fbr/'ii
,S: AS'.* cornery poftt;V�� aiiilTplun teel L:on 'Ai Ii6'*5i'iisr.
iiVliU<>iioy.creek, tlieJncohoi-thIUO"chaiiis,\tirc-iice
;eabt;10 chains;'thencbsoiiltilfiO'-chaiiicVthcncc
:/;:i;y f/'vf /f AV^olnwIu^nei'.Reijilluff/'if/y*-./Yji
pishy ''l&pd ffGanieYiiriffijSeifwon
% ff First; St.y- Revelstoke/?!
bank of-, Columbia'-.-river,"about /threoriiiilos'
below Malonoy crook; theiicoiio'rtii. I(W i-'cliahiM,'
thoncc.wcst 10 chains^thence south KM) chains,'
tlienco (MWt.-IOclidiiiR to tho place of coinniciioe-
depend on getting it prbrnptly':frf'rrr; f
fitWl c.'f Zy"' y |f. :Y/-f;f;Y;f'f .f *// ZyZ ff'/fY; :-f/f
rplORSALB CHBAKriLady's Bicycle
JQ.    irif gopel v'cbnditiori;/ -Apply-to'fffv
, ANTED,r--/Pe)8itiiMi!ia8r'-tIOUSE^:
!*fKEEPER,; would ynrit*bbjeet'tO
jroi tig o'nya -rahchT-- Apply/' Kootb^av
.;������ VV'f.'lotwe-Ieiif ittidoiirifc ibboks;f ciird
.incb'xosahd/spet-iaLriiled, pei-foi-ated
or piihched.papier's iriay be obtained at
the Kootenay Mau, Printing Ofiice. :
YjSjfio'rrcK/is; iibijkby ��ivKk-tmC]thirty!
-��>.-.-.; elays after elate I lntonel;to apiily: to tlit!
Chief CoinrnlsHlonor of Lands'aiiel: VVoi-ks for a
special llceinso to'cuL .unit:curry awity timber
from::t!idy follbwInKiloHcriboel .lanels in Kast
.Kootenay eliHlrtct^j-'^jf:; i"A'Zfy* ''���'���' s'r! ?*^
���Y>.:*'"������''������ ff.-A1;/.fv'f/Niiiiiliory/Ohc;'f��� ,'*''���������;"''W? A1 Z-<\
-., CommcncInK ;.at \ ay- pbfit' marked V"G."-Hod-
itf.roni H 8i-\V;f cooior; pout,"-anil. plaiitoel ��� two
mile*)*;cost of.-t'oluiilbln rlvor; about two nilleli
alxive mouth ofyWooeiyrivui,' llioiicey5ca>)t ilOO
chalnM, tlionco north'10 clialiinVtliciico/ west 100
chains, thence npnth. 10 ulialris to:tlib/placu of
ci>rnrf|Cilccineiit;. .-,���:,yf;;;?.���!-.'Wvix&y^X-iR^v.-r.s',''!'
-//*'��� ������;../f./:/f f f/:Nii in hcr:Two.Y;S;j;':f;/;/*J'ii5'f */;.//;
iitrorii.'* N.. \V; corner post,'.! aiid pliilitcd* lit Ti.
.IfwlMLrom h S. Vy;; corner r>ewt, Ihonce oast 100
.'chnfnei; theiKMJ south 10 clialns, tlicncu west ICO
chain*, theneai north'10 chain* to, tlio place of.
���comrnciiCui��eyit/5J.:.f ay ^Z-:;yT:f"��:XZ <Z::--y~!^-<'
'Z.'Z- ./���/'/.���-' :fi'"-:f-Yf 'Nti n'il>er-TlVree.::'^'::.'i;i1'.\"-F--''i'e7-.i^
CommeiiiclnKfat * a * iK>Ht:rmark��df''a./Jftid-
HtromK.X,;VV. cfirnar i.ewt,"-and'plaiitc-diono-:
lialf mile south of O. IfcilslroirrwN.'Wi corner
|ie>Ht, tlionco-'cast' 100 cliiilns;tlibricosouth,10
clinlriH, tlienco'v^ost 100 vahaiipCthonco north <0
nlinlns to th.oph^''ofycoininflncement.';^>j^^
;--. ,f;'/'-*:Z,*'*;.'-r*Niimborfl**'6iirif*.iyiZZviy-yZi'
;. e/lommeiiclng at a postmeirkeSd O/Heelstrom's
H,->V. corner post,? and planted one mlloxoutli
l.honco onc-ha|f mllo oast froiti;' O.y.Hcdstrom's,
.Nt;,\y./corner 'post^.thiince veiistf 100 chains:'������
th6nco north 10 -chains,- thdiico" west;ICO chains
thonce'South' lerchnlns'.yto'the placet of foom-
*���'/������ - - y 'Zf-'/- ��� Yf ^Numbir.S'iVoiy *Y.f'"'���***c-'���'������>'-
y-ComriicnoiiiK'.at'f��; postymarkedf VO.-Hcd-
strom sjV.VV. cornor post; A and-planted" at O.
Kcdstroin's S. W, corner4;post, tfieacoeastlCO
chains, thbncb south 10 "chains, tho:icb.wcst'IC0
chaliiH, thenco north. 10 chains to tlio placo of
ceiinmeiicomont.7'.vV^'f'/;/-'y'y:vf if Y* ���?;;.-���,��(..'. "."���������
f Dated this 28th day oitMayti!��6./Y-    f
';'���/��3i��y��f./\ :yf���-yfY;f.ii6.'HEI>SIBOM,-,f
^con v i iK^;i|piii||t H ere|are;pip n e:
i.y .^i-.H:./^!.a;y-y' ys} fZZ*.y;y.^yryy .-y'-fi.*:;.:4 *
zetz the f name'-'y-YfTY:-f :i.;f f W?:^l
jPn .M^da^f Mayyl 8 t;��f O
best nitteri tion ^-/f-i'-'fe^yf/^^
'p:.f.fff' f'f'vK*f;t?yYyC;&i.i^^
i- i=r-i--;r f;;f :-'���.���; t-.- yt u > v i ������ ���>, ���-; ��� ui'ii?4"r\->c:rfi\,'.
Retail-Dealer In
���-*'"'v'^jU^-.,yyi~.*,iin^;,>-,'-";^!.'',-i-Y.^ ������/ :->'.-���
I'igi- i'-'y*f--^f.U'V'*;^;-y^;a-;7tY^^-';.;:'''f'."*.yrrl?Wfvyy-
-y ff'f S^BBBEil^OKEr
/;f;Fishfa^d Garnet in Seasdiriy'f
y y f YfiAllordorepromptlyfllled. v^ji*/;/ /Y*
^?>rd! 9SSThird>treet/5iWi��h' my-pasf -if- y
experience I; hope to. j^yin-kf position^ fff/
tosatisfy rill requrremerits/'of ciistbm^/ * ��� .-"'
ers.;fDrycbrdwdod; kept^in sfcbckitnd- 7
supplied //in/anyflengths. at"f reduced ������
pricesforyca8h.Y-?*//f/���i-o-;''V'!'-ff*'''-f..--**f.-f'/'* y;


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