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 f tift^t^a i-JiSSaSttwSSS^SilM^i^^^^^^^SnS^?  Provincial Library  . --   r>'  '    i     '*  V  ,-\*/-c*uV,,'"*<  i?'  i  i  ���������&N 6 -1805  \\'- ������������������ ~  HIGH CLASS  :-ylCE CREAM-ANDT^v  "*r-f n-rO-r'  yBews^DrligS'tfffe  Vol. 12.-No. 10  %\  naafa  #"*r������RIA's^ BRUSHES  FROM THk BESt MAKE  ',      '   " !'-A'T       "  Bews' Drug Store j  -.   S"  ' ..-"-.rl  REVELSTOKE, B. C. JUNE ���������3H905  $2.00 Per Year.  A. B. GEORGE  **  i  y .  .  t   ^ ''  ..<  Ir-.'"  i  * *���������."  y :���������;  *\_  -V  4 I  r  We Aim/to Jiave. the Best Dressmaking  Department in the Interior .  ���������    ,   Miss Agnes Helme.'-latc of Drysdale-Stevenspn, ,  ,'���������    Ltd., Vancouver, is'taking charge'of this 'most\     '  .,   important work, and in'future all .work'will   be.'  .'  f l \ e ( f i r -r  guaranteed. T" We solicit your patronage with the   ���������  ;       understanding that no work leaves our premises-*    .:  ,v   '   unless .perfectly "satisfactory to* the purchaser.  -^ i   * t  1     a��������� *  ,v ~- ��������� j .':  Bi^SKWi^sMoold^  h;'-  v~  r  [t. ^  v>1  fit-       ���������   *.  y-^y  n-'~  ��������������� ���������   - *   t      j ������    -i ' (lr  " ' -Colored .Muslins, Ginghams,'Shambrays,'  Percales, etc., regular price 20c and, 25c"  o-. ^i  ,   At 10c per yard;  '*'-*'-'' "l ( -  < 1   I  Dre'ss, Sateens,-Fancy   Muslins,-Zephers,  Fine Percale's, etc., regular,'25c'and 30c;'    ' < *    ���������'  At 12 l-2c per yard  - Mckenzie avenue.  MOST TERRIBLE NAVAL  BATTLE IN HISTORY  f      '    f f __ ^  Japs Annihilate Russian Fleet���������Nineteen Ships Sunk or Captured��������� Japs Claim Fleet. Undamaged^Report     '*  ��������� '    Says Fifteen Ships Sunk. ������,  -" j  '  "','..  (Special to the Kooi-e.vay Mail.'   . "   ���������  Tokio, May 29.���������It is 'officially announced that Admiral Rojest-  vensky's fleet has been practically annihilated. . Twelve war ships have  been sunk or'captured and two transports and two torpedo boat destroyers have been bunk." ���������        r  In the battle fought Saturday in the Straits of Korea the Russian  battleships Bartodino and (-Alexander III, armoured 'cruisers,' Admiral  Nakhimoff, Dmitri Douski I. Vladimar a'nd'Monomach, the coast defence ironclad, Admiral Oushakoff,' the 'protected .cruiser's Svietha'na  and Jemtichug, the repair ship Kamtschatka and* the cruiser Irlessin  were sunk.   ��������� '  -_    The battleships Orel and Nicolai 1 and the coast defence ironclads  Admiral Seniavin and General Admiral Apraxin, were captured.  ���������W.a.shinoto.v, May-29.���������An oflicial telegram from Tokio states that  'Admiral Togo reports to his government that the total 'losses sustained  by the Russian fleet on Saturday and Sunday we're: ,Two-battleships,  one coast defence armourclad, five cruisers, two'special service ships  and three destroyers all sunk.    <"'.r -t ^   (    t      ,,  -', ., ",In addition there were captured .two. battleships,-two'coast defence  armourclads, one special service ship, one destroyer, and;over 2,000  prisoners/ -.. "'V . , \v ' <", .- \ ., ���������'" t r , '.<;,; . - ';  y^Admiral,Togo.says that the Japan,squadrpn was undamaged. ' '  jk" 'London,' Maj; ^.-^According to-a-s'tockexchange^reporfthe Japanese side, had three cruisers sunk and twelve'torpedo boat "destroyers  sunk or disabled.;-        ��������� ' '','"' ' .      '  '  - -Latest despatches state Rojestvensky, the Russian admiral, vias captured  by the Japs and lies in a Japanese hospital with h'is skull fractured and otlfer-  twise badly injured. His life is in danger. ' He'clianged his flagship five times  during the buttle.\ When his last ship was'sunk he was,rescued by a toipedo  boat.' The resultb show'28 Russian ships of a total fleet^ of 36 were sunk or  captur d. A cruiser and three torpedo; boats - reached' Vladivostock. The  other ships aie supposed to have'sutik or gone ashore on the coast.' All" the  Russian battleships except tlie Orel and'Nicoltii l.'were sunk. The, terrible  devastation wrought by the Japanese has not been explained .from Japanese  sources but it is believed the battle, ships- were mainly,',sunk by submarine  torpedo boats used by the Japs for the first time.in,active war. The Russian  flagship was seen to tremble, a huge sheet of water wenfover her, and she sank.  , i Terrible scenes.were.witnessed in St. Petersburg when the disaster became  known, relatives of-menjfwho manned'the rships' weeping" and: fainting. Tlie  Czar-brbke" down and wept..   ���������_" "f- , .'-f'!;''- ''--' ''*"     r       ".' ���������������{       '.���������   "    "*  FATAL ACCIDENT  Bridgman Killed and Another'  ���������  Injured.  i A bud accident occurred at Malakwn  yesterday morning. A. McGiegor's  bridge ganag was .removing the false  work at one of the new bridges spanning the Eagle river, when it gave'way  and two men were thrown down. One  of them, mimed Sinclair,-well-known  at Golden, where he has resided foi  some yeais, dropped into the river unci  was drowned. The other, Geo. Pcttrie,  was badly injured and was icmoved to  Kamlodps hospital. One of his legs  was crushed.   ',  WE CARRY A FULL STOCK OF  Groceries, Fruits  and Vegetables  THE CAVE  1? ��������� <���������'  V  -  Mail  ;0nler:  -Uept. ���������  Mreffi;  LIMITED.  t  ' Write '���������  Samples'  COUNCILS MEETINGS LAST^NIGHT  ���������J ' ���������i-������������������- '���������r���������'' . '  Proposal to..Borrow $20,!oo6   For   Improvement, of Water  ;,'���������'��������� ''   ������, " and   Light**,Service., ':"  GLOTHES DO NOT11  make1 theiinan'  f but they often  proclaim    the  man.,  ' ,   It is an undeistdod   thing  that we  make ourselves ai  I constable to the people.about-  '   us in our appearance.    Good'  j clothes only can attain'this  end:     We sell clothes for the  highest class wholesale tailors  /in the eastern  cities.    These  are not cheap poorly  gotten  iipie.uly nindes, but the liigh-  CbOtanduid'of art  in goodi  clothes.      Wc   only   wait ji  ,.chance, to fit you.     /'  C O-M K      1 X i  en's d;r;essy  SHOES  ^  30 styles to choose  from and every pair  new and the up-to-the-minute  styles. - You loose the chance  if you miss looking at these.  MILLIXERY  DRESSMAKING  DRY GOODS  CLOTHING  MEN'S WEAR  LADIES' WEAR  CROCKERY  GLASS  WARE  GROCERIES  CARPETS  p-V Special meeting held last night.' Present: the Mayor, r Aid. Abrahams on  McCarter,'Lewis, Field and Foote. The meeting was "called^ to consider the  report of the -Fire, ..Water,anii Light.committee'on, the^improvements required  to thenvater iind light"service.",-"'"'Z rr'V '      ���������''.,;'  ���������"���������'-���������' y  j- The^iolloning was the re'port'submitted.:���������   ".    "* ' *  1- s'f   .        >'u " "  .Revelstoke, B.p., June 2,T905.  To the Mayor and Councii., City of Revelstoki:. '  ��������� _   ,  Your-Worship and Gentlemen,'       '   ' >l       ' . t  '   , ' ��������� ��������� The Fire, Water and Light Committee beg to  report as  follows onfthe additions'and improvements required1 to the light and water  plants of.the City:��������� , '' ,  ,    1������  "The piesent dynamo" is loaded to its full'capacity, and is incapable of  supplying such an amount of current as will be required next winter and  .theieafter. Your committee - recommend the puichase of-an''additional  dyn.aiYib and the necessary electrical apparatus for the same. >  - ���������Tcyypvidc the power required to run" the extia dynamo, the ffm. Hamilton Manufacturing Co. have been copsulted,' and their recommendations are  embodied heiewith. ' _-1  The flume and dam requiie considerable stiengthening and repairing, and  estimate"-foi that pin pose are included, an well as,for sundiy repairs and  tools for the power house. - '  ���������1 An estimate is also submitted for providing sufficient electiic light m'eleis  to place each consumer'on a meter rate, and do away entirely with the !lat  rate, your Committee being of the opinion that a meter1'system -is the only  business-like way ot supplying light to consumers.  Your Committee have also considered the'distribution of water throughout the city," and in vitw of the incicising papulation east of Mackenzie  avenue, and the further prospective increase in that locality, recommend that  a 6-inch water main be laid on Mackenzie avenue from the existing 12-inch  main to Eigltth street, and that 4-inch mains be laid from there along 3rd,  5th and 7th streets. This will take about two carloads of wooden pipe, an  estimate for .which, and the laying, is herein submitted.  , The following is an estimated cost of the foregoing recommendations.���������  " ",    Dynamo,   Exciter,   Switch-Boaid   and   Synchronising  attachment :.'.-.: %  4,050  Spare Armature for emergencies        1,000  2,500  Electric Light Meters  Messrs. Hamilton's specifications, as per attached letter,  for improvements to the water machinery. ...  New Giite gear '   Freight and installing of the above '....- ..  Cement Piers for Wheel Case... 1   Five Ca"rs Timber for repairing and  raising flume and  * *       labor for same -...'.  Repairing   and    strengthening   dam    and    attached  structures .' '    2,422  Repairs to Power-house, including weatherboard ing and  papering outside and painting'  400  Blacksmith Outfit and New Stove '  00  For Waterworks ���������Two Cars 6-inch and  4-inch   Wood  Pipe and laying of same       2,250  < 1,958  200  2,100  1,000  2,030  ��������� Visited by Excursion Party.  On Monday  an   excursion .parly to  to the number of 17 ieft Rovelait.ke to  visit and.explore   the cuvu di.scoveied  last  fall' by   C.  Dotichsmiin' nt Ross  Peak.    The "climb  was n  t-evoie  on.',  and there is still .a ' lot of snow about,  the'siieof the cave, the depth of fnnw  being from four to  fifteen  fret. ,The  exploration of the c<ive"wns cuncd'on  under difficulties  as there weie'pools  of water  several   ,feet ' deep   thiough  which   the< party 'had   to   wade   in'  going through the passages, nnd other  places were impassible owing  to pools  of unknown depth and lakelets.     The  ioof runs' fifty (to' 'sixty feet in   hjight  above the  floors  of 'the caverns,"and  the nails and roof are beautiful. Then-  is still a lot of ice   in the caverns and  icicles hang from   tlie roof,   making a  certain amount of danger to explorers  in case ofrthese  dropping.'   Intone of  these larger caverns there'is a  lake of  "considerable size, and' a raft 'is being  built  to cross it.    The' mountain' is  honeycombed * for a depth.'of several  hundred feet. ,' ]' _  Capt. Douglas, superintendent of  National'Pai-k at Banff, "was of the  .party,'and also, Mr. ^Ayres, dominion'  government'engineer, who is..making  .1 ' thorough survey of tho c.ivcrns.  These gentlemen will repoit to 'the  department of the interior. .>   "      t  To secure' title to .the cave C.  Deuchsniani the discoverer, has"staked  two mineraPjClaims over tl e giound.  Several of tlie party returned'to Revel-,  stoke Friday and others . returned  Wednesday.       ' '        ,    ,       [  . Mr. Benson, local.manager for R. U.  Tfueman, *tooK his camera^' and-rdb-  tained, several -plates showing..'"the  scenery. ^ '-,'','  The visitois from Revelstoke included A. Johnson,' "A. McRae, "C. R. Muc-  donald, C. M. Fiejd, and J. P. Foide,  C. P. 'It. j.engineer. *' Mr. "Deiichsnian  has gone to considerable trouble build-  and fixing ladders to give access to the'  floor's of'the caverns. \ (i'  - Captain Douglas is of .opinion that  the hite of the cave is within the area  of the National Park reserve.  The Dominion Government,intend  building a trail to the cave, and the  Swiss guides employed by tln> C. P. R.  are getting acquainted with it.  With its peaks, canyons, and waterfalls the scenery in the vicinity of the  cave is borne of the finest in the mcun-  tain������.  Supt. Kilpatrick has received notification that A. O. Wheeler, who made  the topographical survey of the Sel  kirks, in which the ciwe is situated,  has been instructed to make a thorough.survey of the district, the cave-11  itself, and will begin work about June  10th  ,    /ONION'SETS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS.    -'  GARDEN,TOOLS. COOKING UTENSILS.'  BOURNE Bros.  The only-Fif-Reform Wardrobe here is at  Jr G., Macdonald, Revelstoke.  HOMES    FURNISHED   ON   MONTHLY PAYMENTS.'  Furniture  Another Carload of Fumitme just arrived.    Carpets, Linoleums.  Oilcloths, etc.    Sewing Machines, Heintzman Pianos.  R.HOWSON & CO., FURNITURE DEALERS AND EMBALMERS.  RAILWAY   NEWS  ON SHORE AND AFLOAT.  IMPERIAL BANK OP CANADA  *pit<il Authorizod, $1,000,000    (Jiipilul Paid Op, ?3 000000.   Host, $.i,000,000.  Head OfHce, Toronto, Ontario.  ' Hrnuclios in tlio Norlliwost TorritorioH, Miinilolm, Ontario and Quoboc,  And   tlio following points in   British   Columbia:    Cninbrook, Goldon,  i     Nolson, Rovolsloko, Trout LiiJ<o, VuncouvQr nud Victoria,  T. II' MEllii-rr, I'rosidonti    . ; D, R> WfiKip, Ylco-Pro-idout ������nd Oouorul Mnnnffor.  ���������B     a Hav, Assi3tni\t;GojiBr������l Mnuaunr. ', W, Mokkat, Ctitor Inbpsctor.  Rcvelstoljc Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  Siviiiks Dopartniont���������DoiK>sits Iiocoivod nnd Iutoroat Allonod.  ������ " .   . , ....  Druflssold aviiiliiblo In nil purts of Ciuiadn, Unltod Slntos mid^Knropo.  Spocial nltonlinii kIvoii lo collootlon.s. A. E. 1'iiipfh, ilnunsor  Total ' $ 20,000  Respectfully submitted,  F. B. Li:wis,  1 . Chairman.  In the couise of the discussion it was stated if the ratepayers wished a  public meeting would be held to consider the report and give any furthci  information desired.  On motion of Aid, McCarter, seconded by Aid. Foote, it was icsolvcd that  the report of the Fire, Water and Light Committee be adopted, and that a  petition be circulated requesting the Council to obtain the necessary money  by the issue of debentures.  DUMPING   GROUND.  Aid. Foote reported having examined the land on the Illecilliwai't oll'cred  by Fred Fraser for a dumping ground and found it suitable for the purpose.  Resolved, chairman of health committee open negotiations with Mr.  Fraser as to the purchase of the land.  SCiAVKNGKK.  Resolved with regard to .7. Nelson's letter re city scavenger, that he be  appointed during pleasure of Council.  Buy It Now.  Now is the time to buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy. It is certain to be needed  sooner or later and when that time  comes you will need it badly���������you will  Lccd it quickly. Buy it now. It may  save life. For sale by all druggists.   ���������   Clark's Luscious Lunch Tongue  has a flavor all its own. The delicious  juicy tasteAtimuliites all the digestive  functions.  J. H. Ashdown  has been appointed  to the transportation commission.  CHURCHES.  Mhthouikt���������Rev. C. 11. M. Sutherland will preach. Morning, "A Piayer  that Prevailed," evening, "Preparation  for a Reviyal. Sacrament of the Lord's  Supper will be administered at the  evening service.  Kxox���������Rev. C. McDinrmid will conduct the scrvices-iir;>Knox church on  Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. in.  St. Pi:tkrs���������Sunday after Ascension  Day.-'-Holy Communion at-,8.and .11  a. m.    Usual service at 7.30.  St. Andrews���������Sunday, Jumo 4th,  uervices at 11 a. in. and 7.30 p. it.  A Jap was killed at .Bowie pit Sunday by being crushed by a tram.  The C. P. R have arranged to build  a steamer at Nelson to cost !}!150,000."  ^The summer schedule of the C. P. R.  goes into effect one minute after midnight tonight.  There is tiouble over a new schedule  between the Gland Trunk telegiaphers  and the company. .    -    *  For first quarter of 1005 Canadian  Pacilic showed the second largest gain  in gross earnings.  The C.P.R. arc1 building 10 new  sleepers and nine new tourist cms for  the transcontinental service.  An engineer and expiess iigunt  knocked out and captured a man who  held up the Northern Pacific train.  The l,aiiriei\goveriimcnt is deporting several leading officials of the Pcrc  Marquette railwaw under the alien  labor law.  Jt is stated the C. I*. R.contemplate  building a railway from Summerlaiid,  on Okanagan lake, into ILedley City  and other points of Similkameen.  H. Armstrong, son of R. Armstrong  of the C.P.R. shops, had his left hand  ciushcd while coupling cars at. I'.dliser.  The thumb hud to be amputated, but  the fingcis will be saved.  The construction of the line of rail  way from Nicola lake to the C. P. R  at Spcnces Biidgc, a distance of foity-  five miles, is to be commenced immediately. Mr. JarneH Macdoncll is  manager of construction.  W. Wbyte, of the C. P. R, accompanied by Mr. Creelman, tlie company's solicitor, and J. S. Dennis,  C. 1\ R. land commissioner, passed  through Tuesday on their way to  Victoria to close the deal for the E. &  N. railway, and will probably take  over the Dunsniuir land grant on  Vancouver Island.  f  L  CONTRACTOR & BUI LDER  CARPENTRY  NET WORK,  JOBBING.  SPECIALTY.  LARGE    OR  JOINERY, CABI-  AND  GENERAL  FINE    WORK   A  NO   JOB   TOO  TOO    SMALL.'  Choicest Materials in Stock and Workmanship Guaranteed  [Oil nl I  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $t a day.  " Monthly rate.  J".    ALBERT     STOZlSTK!      pRQP.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incori*>rat<;d by Act of Piirli.imont. 1853.  ' '������EAD OFFICE, - -> MONTREAL.  Wm. Molson Macphe������-,on, Pros. ������. H. Ewi.ng, Vice-Pres.  James Ki.liot, Gener.il Manager.  Capital paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  wJ'C ii1**'tlr'"  Wily ������f 1"lnki"fc' businebs transacted without un-'  Interest credited twice a year nt current  rates on  Savines Bank  deposits. *3 "lm  W. II. PRATT, Manager,  Revelstoke, B. C.  i*  k V  rp  rHE KOOTENAY MAIL  Xbe IRqotena^ HDail  PUBLISHED  SATURDAY.  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C..  '   SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.  Including poilage to England, United Stales  and Canada.  Bv the year [through poslolllcoj    S2.00  Half*           "       l-;-;-.1  Quarter " " '      '''���������,  Including Christinas Mail 50c. extra.  ADVERTISING   RATES.  Men-suremenli Xonpnilcl [12 lines make one  inch). Preferred position-,. 2.". per cent,  additional. Births, Marriages ami Di-ulli-,.  50c.  each  in-erlion.    All  lulvortisoiiicul-,  ' subject toihe approval of the miuiageincnl.  \Vanl������������������d nnd Condensed Advci-liseinenl-s:���������  Agents Wanted, Help Wauled, Situations  wanted,    Situations    Vacant,    Teachers  ,i Wanted, Mechanics Wanted, 10 word-, or  le*. 2oc��������� each additional word two com-,.  Changes in blamling advertisements muni  be in by 9 a. m. 'lhursdayof each week to  tf. secure good display. .SUinding advertising  matter will becliiingc.1 twiccaiiioi.ln without extra charge For inoie frcqiicnL  altcraiions the tune occupied in making  same will be charged at usual lutes.   JOB PRINTING promptly executed at reasonable rates.       '    ,  TERMS���������CoAh.   Subscriptions payable in ad  1   Tance. .' >  ' COHKESPONUENCE invited on matlern of  public interest.   Communications to Edi-  i /'. tor must be 'accompanied by nanio of  ���������writer, not neccwarily for publication, bul  as evidence of good faith. Correspondence  (Should be brief.  W������ roquost our numerous readers to  favor us with their assistance) In  ,' making- tho KOOTENAY MAIL tho  most valuablondvoptlslngmocllum  In tho Kootonnys by firlvlnff tho  preference when making1 pur-  ohaaes to those llnms who are  regrular advortlsors In tho KOOT"  .    ENAY MAIL.  D  R. .MORRISON,  ' ,      "DENTIST.'  i      Okkici: i        ,  THE  NEW   LAWHKNCK   BLOCK,  * McKunziu Avenue.  TjlDWARD A. HAGGEN,   ,'     v  Mining Engineer,       ' ,  {Mem. American Instituto Min ng Engineers)  (Mem. Canadian Mining, '. tilutc.)       .'  Revelstoke, B.C.    ' , ir  Examination of and.reports on rMineral Pro-  pcrticH a Spccialt y. ,  "UGH   S.   CAYLEY.'  '    ���������/ ' *  Barrister and Solicitor.  \ OFFICE���������Corner of First Street and  H<  ,Boyle Avenue, Revelstoke, B. 0.  HARVEY, McOARTER-  ���������   AND PINKHAM,  1 bXtuustkbs, solicitors, etc.  offices:' molso.vs  bank 'block,' rlivkl-  , STOKE, B. C. ,.  was iii Great Britain a century  ago. The hiicccss of the'Japanese  amis will he received with'general  satisfaction throughout the Hritish  Empire. The wanton slaughter of  Englit-h fishermen by tbe Hussiim  Admiral in thc'North sea- when he  set out, on bis present mission,  about illu.-trates ' his militury  weight as :it'naval oflicer. When  he met the real thing in the.Iupaii-  ese'ileet-be seems to have been us  helpless as1 a child. .For many  years Russia has been a menace lo  the peace of Europe and Asia. Now  she is wiped off the map as ii military power for years to come, and  it will take'all her energies, and  resources far into the future to  recover from the shock of present  day disasters, even if .the country  sliould escape disintegration from  internal revolution. ''     " *  Money to loan.     . ',  Offices: Revelstoke, B, C;  ... .  ' Geo. S.-McCarter,  a. >m. pinkham,    ,        j  ' Revelstoke, B. C  Fort Steelo, B, C..,  . A. Harvey,  Fort Steelo, B. C  J. M. Scott, LL.B.  jlCOTT   AND  W. I. Briggs.  SCOTT   AND   BRIGGS  '   ' '  ,{ -Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  i    Money to Loan     ' .  '���������SOLICITO'RS l-'OR MOLSONS BANK  First Street.     ',        Revelstoke, B.C.  ftbeilRbotena^flnmil  (UNION?jkjgLABEL>  SATURDAY,' JTNJ3 3, 1905.  n It is a matter of the greatest regret that the provincial legislature  has-allowed another session to pass  without "provision being 'made for  the construction of a tramwaypast  Death Rapids so as to.allow transportation 'to be established right up  to Canoe River. Existing conditions are seriously retarding . the  development of that section. The  government is now deriving an  enormous revenue from the timber  leases in the Bend, and should do  something towards making them  available for use.  "While the taxpayers of Revelstoke have heavy taxes to pay there  are'^others who have properties rated within the city that  have never yet paid taxes since  'their inception. ~ This should not  be. . It is not fair to those who pay  their 'taxes. We suggest that a  tax sale be held to clear up the  five or six years of back taxes that  are owing on some of these properties. "Every other'city in the province takes this means of purging  its tax roll and Revelstoke should  not be behind-hand.  '    STICK TO  YOUR TOWN.'  As a rule tbc printer is loyal to  bis town. He upholds his town  and its business,interests,and does  his utmost to push them ahead,  believing that in advancing their  interests he is indirectly advancing  his own.' .This a'ttitude on the part  of'the printer,is not appreciated by  the very people whose interests he  seeks lo advance. Wages arc higher in this business in Revelstoke  and other points iii Kootenay than  in.any other part of Canada, but  store prices are also higher, and  are unavoidably so owing nto the  high freight rates. - ' .  . But   let   the 'representative   of  some   eastern  house,   with  a  low  rate of wages, or where the business  is run on 'the sweatshop principle,  come into town and see, how some'  firms   will   flock   to   shower   or-  ders'-'on   him because he quotes a  little lower  price 'than   the home  printing oflice.    ,What  would the  local business firms think  of -it   if  the , printers    sent    lo    Timothy  Eaton's or some other  eastern department store  for their supplies  and gave   the same   reason   local  houses give ,'the printers���������because  they can   buy"at  less cost?  {Let  everybody adopt that policy, which  is nothing less   than   treachery   to  the town  and   district   in   which  people  live,   and',every . business  house would have to close its doors  and the value of property on which  large sums have been spent on improvements   would   be , destroyed,'  and local business'housesinvolved  in ruin.   Send your printing to the  other oflice if  you   prefer   it,   but  have it done  in   your* own   town.  Give employment to your 'fellow-  citizens.    Create new' customers for  your own business.*    Build'up the  the industries of your town.    How  much' money   do   the   Eaton   or  Copeland-Chatterson people spend  in Revelstoke?   This  oflice alone  sperids^about $10,000 a year .here.  There are several  leading . firms  in Revelstoke who,* when any citizen sends out for something  they  could supply, raise the  blue  ruin  cry.   And'we  don't  blame  them.  If everybody   did   that   it   would  mean blue min to the  city.     But  we ask them to apply  that 'policy  at home���������to look over their printing and other bills  and   see   how  much they have paid eastern linns  , A FOREST 'I'OLIOY.  Forests have made and unmade  nations. The country with great  timber wealth is a great country,  and one With a grand future before  it. The country that is .deforested  bus as'its future burrenneps and  decay. ' When the mountains' of  Spain were clad with great1 forests  that country stood in the world'.-  forefront. 'When I ho forests wen-  destroyed it went to liingour and  decay. There is much to be learned from llu'.-c lessons of the past.  The forests are necessary to secure  a good climate���������nhun'diince of  moisture for the soil nnd freedom  from violent, storms' and other extremes of nature. Herein British  Columbia lire huge areas of'land  (it for little else but growing timb-  ber. These lifnds arc being deforested. 'Nothing is being done to  provide for the future. Both lhe  provincial and' dominion governments should take steps to protect  the forests 'from lire, and ^waste,  ahd'not only so but encourage.the  growth of new forests where; tbe  timber'has beeivbhrned but' or cut  off. Other areas should be planted  with the most desirable kinds of  ti in ber-trees to provide the future  supply. A government cannot  have ii more certain and expansive  source of wealth than its timber  resources, and these should be husbanded to-the ul most. Yet r,one  never hears a statesman, mention  the subject, save to try to"get rid.  as quickly as possible, of, tho national timber resources while-any  exist.    ���������, '.L  for printing &c that  should   have  THE BANE OF CANADA.  We regret to notice  at  the  Supreme    Orange    Lodge   at   Owen  Sound the Grand Master  repeated  the slander that the Papal Ablegate  intrigued through the   Premier in  the interests of his church against  the nation.      Both   the   Ablegate  and Sir Wilfred Laurier  have  denied thifc. Thot-e who have watched  the acts and career of  Sir Wilfred  Laurier will take his  wurd   before  that of any   man   so   blinded    by  bigotry.    Sir Wiifted Laurier's life  historv is a guarantee of his integrity.    No Orangeman   who  recognizes that his first duty   is  to   his  country will support or defend  the  -attempts so often made to convert  the'Orange order  into  a  political  machine and an engine for tbe promotion of that religioii������  and   sectarian bigotry which would seek to  steep Canada in blood in the sacred  name of God and to suppress that  liberty of conscience which   is   the  keystone of the British constitution  the world over.  THE NAVAL ENCOUNTER.  The great naval battle just  fought between Russia -and Japan  emphasises . more than anything  else the enormous progress the  Japanese have made in the art of  ���������war on sea a������ well aB on land, and  shows that Russia is on the down  grade. 'Admiral Togo is as great a  "b'e'ro'in japan'today as Lord Nelson  been supplied within their home  town. If we were to publish a list  of these firms, and the printing  supplies they get from the east,  they would feel pretty small nexi  time they complained about their  fellow townsmen sending away for  their goods. As a rule they give  the home printer what they can't  help giving him. And he is put to  the additional expense of furnishing and altering proofs and trying  to satisfy his customer���������an expense  the eastern printer is not put to.  We are not speaking so much in  our own interest as in the interest  of the city, and if this city i.- to  grow and become an important  merchandising and industrial  centre its business houses will have  to learn first the duty,-they owe  their neighbors in busine=? in their  own town.  Every week we have  dozens   of  visits   from   people  asking   n=   to  make mention of something or .������n_\  nothing about something else.   We  try to Ireat our fellow citizens with  the utmost courtesy and though we  can't profess lo   do  one   half   the  things wo are asked to do, we treat  with the utmost respect (the  confidences imposed in   us.      Yet   ihi-  fi rsl time a   representative  of   the  Copeland-Chatterson bouse or������ome  eastern printing sweat-shop comes  along these same people will  hand  him their printing order, and then  excuse thems.olves to us  by saying  the price was a little less.      Tf the  same  order   was   placed   right   at  homo it could   be  done   for   little  higher price when  the carriage  is  taken   into   consideration.       The  beauty   of   American   citizenship,  and the rapid growth and  development of American  cities,   is   attributable  more than   anything  else  to the loyalty of business houses to  their own cities and fellow business  men.      Canadians   have much  lo  learn from  Americans   in   this   respect, and when they loarn   to apply some of these lessons at home  they will find the   results  all   the  better   for   themselves   personally  and for the communities in which  they live.      No man  can   live   to  himself alone, but owes his fellow-  citizens as great a duty as he owes  to himself,  CORRESPONDENCE.   *  t -��������� it '  SUN DAY* SHOOTING.  Editor Kooii.n u Mail.  Sin,���������Kindly allow me space to cull  attention 10'n matter which is quite a  grievance to not a few in this community. I refer to the rifle practice  indulged in by some on tbe morning  of the Lord's Day. I presume the idea  is that tin's being a free country one is  at liberty to cultivate their tastes regardless of'thc'feelings and principles  of others.' I do not know, if those  engaging in the practice stop to consider their responsibilities to tho?e  whose rights they interfeie with. There  is a saying which -has in it. consider  able force "that your liberty ends  where my right begins."' Apart from  the question of.snnctity there is that  interdependence one upon another  that necessitates the cultivation of  that kindly and sensitive spirit which  means the harmonising of our 'different interests and the working out a  happy community. If those responsible for the target piactice realized  tbe pain they gave to the many who  enjoy the quietness and meditation of  tbe'Lord's Day morning���������of the keen  sense of disturbance caused 'through  tbe crack, crack of the 'rifle���������I feel  they would desist;, from,.this disagreeable practice. As a' lover of the Lord's  Day in its highest and best sense, and  in the interest even of those who  otVcnd, lot me plead that this practice  be discontinued.��������� Yours, very "truly,  ������������������   -'        . An  Kx-hi'oiitsm'ax.  Kootenay LodKe No. 15 A.F, & A.M.  Tlio regular meeting- are held In the  Ma-onic Tcni|)le,  Kid b'ullowri Hall, on  Hi. tlilnl Monday in  each ninntli at h  IMii. Visitingbreth-  run corilially wc-l  coined. ,  PltOCUNinit, Siiciuri'AUV.  SELKIRK LODGE. NO   12. I. O. O. F. ,  Meet-, every TiiomIim  evening -In Selkiil  Hall at 8 o'clock  Vihlling brethren cor  dially invited to at  > ,, leu.I.  \V. \V. FOSTKU. N.fi. J. MATHIK. Shc  )(ld  "Ifcd Itsso Decree meets second and  fourth  Tuesdays of eiuih month; White Uosu Degree  nieels/lhii-d Tuc-day of each quarter, in 0(1  fellows Hull,   VisiihiK hrethreii,welcome.    '  J AS. I. WOODKOW. '  '  (. ri-c-.lilciil. Sucretju-y.  ^-���������i:  Mechanics, Farmers. Sportsmen I To hail 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.,.Mfrs.  ORCHARD AND GARDEN.  3peaking.it Enderby, Mr. Sterling  said the Wealthy was the best apple  he knewof for cold storage, and he did  not think a better variety could" be  chosen.. The Gr.iven.-tein ii a market  favorite if it colors well. Macintosh  Red is a fine shipping variety, but he  believed the Jonathan was perhaps  the mo?t in demand. Other varieties  he found profitable were the,Cock������wiiin  Orange Pippin, the Wagner, and the  Northern Spy.  'As showing the enormous =iriile-  Iieii g made in fruit growing in'MriM-di  Columbia 500,0()0 fruit trce= Were Jet  out thi' "pring. of which 200,000 were  supplied by local pur-eric-', anil I he  rest imported. 1,140.(5% fruit tree1-,  root grafts,syctlling .-tock, ornamental  trees and biilb������ were imported into the  province last ��������� spiing from outside  points,  CHOLERA  INFANTUM  Child Not Expected to Live from One  Hour to Another, but Cured by  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd  Diarrhoea Remedy.  Until, the little (Inlighter of K N  Dewey of Aynewville, V.i , ������u������ ."crimis-  ly ill uf eli'ili'ra irif.itiLiru l,i.-U summer.  "We g-iw lu-r up and did not expect  her to live from one ho-.:r to another "  he .-ays. "[ h.ippnned to think of  Chamberlain's Colic. Cholem and  Diarrhoea Itemedy and got a bottle of  it from the stole. In live hoin-i I saw  a change for the belter We kept on  giving ir nnd before -he had taken the  half of one small bottle "he wa-< well "  For "ale by all druggi-t������  USE  Royal  Crown  oap  And ww Wrapper* for Premiums.  ROYAL UK0W.V SOA I' hits no equal  on the market. Drop iih ii card and  we.will mail you a catalogue illustrating the beautiful preiniuniH we oll'cr.  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B. C. (Limited  New. Scale Williams Piano  .     . '  ' r. ( , i  In , Mac Donald" Consolidated  School, Middleton, N. S.  i ' i   '  The true test and the hardest test of  a pianos value'as has been pointed" out  is the^ constant use to which it Is subjected in a public institution. The best  quality of instrument is necessary .to  secure good results, and, at the same  time, one that is durable,and will hold  its good qualities of power'and tone.  The  MacDonald Consolidated School  of Middleton, N. S , a cut, of'whieh it"  shown above,  is the first institution'of  its   kind' in   Canada.,   It   is   part, of a  plan made possible by  the 'munificence  ,of Sir William MacDonald, of Montreal,  tor   the   consolidation   of education   in  rur.il    schools.    r Everything .that   'is  modern   in   equipment 'and   curriculum  ii.is'been'adopted, and after careful ex-.  animation,    the   New*   .Scale   Williams  , 1'iauo was selected as most .-suitable for  ,lhe   miisicali*. exercises   in   connection  "with the school course."- -    .  ' Mr. Geo. B. McGill, the principal of  the school, has written the 'Williams  Piano Co., Limited, of Oshawa, toe  following letter. In addition, it maybe  said, that. Mr. McGill has since v purchased a New Scale Williams Piano for,  his own'use :���������. ���������        > . :  "We are much pleased ���������Tvi.lh the New Scale  Williams Piano which your salesman. J. H.  i'otter.'Ebq , placed in the Assembly Hall of  our new, School hiulcliu^ one year ago. It,has  heen pronounced fby professionals to possess aa  exceptionally sweet tout', responsive touch, and  good volumn. ���������This piano has been in constant  use in this large 'school, a-most trying place  for a piano, and it has given perfect satisfaction. Its qualities of strength and endurance  -cein'to be assuied We aie glad that we were  iblc to proeme one of your instruments for our  -chool. the first Macdoiuld Consolidated school  opened in Canada " ,  Yours respectfully.  Cko   H. McGill, Principal  The    Williams   Piano    Co., .Oshawa,  publish three booklets-oil the history and  '  ; constru  ction of  p i a'nos,  w li i 'c h  should be  read by all  contemplating the  pure hase  of a piano.  They are  sent free  on request,  or can be  obtained from the local warerooms.  Lewis Bros., Agents, .Revelstoke.  To tlio ltoiud of Jjiconsing Coinniissinnors for  tlio City ot Huvolstoko.  I hereby apply for u liotol licenso to -oil winos  spirits, boor or olhor fortnuiitod or intoxicating  li.iuors iu tlio building iuuiiKlcd for an liotol,  situiitoon Lot 13 in Ul.ick 1", Plan WIliA Hovel-  stoke. .  Hated Mnyjr.lli, W01.  7IUjo2(l,r , * H. J. IIANHUHY.  NOTICE.  VTOTKJJ3 IS HKKi:BY aiVEN th.it the iimlor-  J_\ signed litis submitted to the Lioiiloiiiiut-  (Juvoiikii in Council a imiposnl, under lliu pio-  uaions of the lli\ur:< niul Stleains Act, for clearing and removing of obstructions from I'log  Cieek in llio district of Yale, mid lor milking  (ho .same lit for rafting and driving thereon or  logs, liiuhoi, liiniliur, rufls and cr.ifls, and foi  erecting and maintaining dams, .llumo?, and  cannls for holding, sorting and delivering logs  uud limber brought down "aid Crook. '*  The lands,lo be nlTocloil by said woik uro  Crown luuds.  Tho rate of tolls proposed lo bo charged' are  such as may, bo llxeil by tho Judge of tho  (,'ountj Cotiit of Yalo. -        ,  Dated tho iiiitli May, likVi.  TOjo-JU  -    - , 13. L. KINMAN. ,  NOTICE.  .VrOTlOE IS UKUKHY QIVJOS that Iho'nnilor-  1_>| signed has submitted to lhe Lieuloiinnl-  U.KOruor iu Council a proposal, under the  piovisioiis of the Knois and Stie.itns Aci, for  doming and removing of obslruoliniis Ironi  Three Valley Cieek iu the District of Yale, nnd  lor making (he same IK lor ilifting and driving  lliereon of logs, timber, luinbur, rafts uud crafts,  and for oracling and maintaining booms, for  holding, sorting anil dolnoriug logs and limber  binuglit down said Crook, and Tor .attaching  booms lo the shore of said Creek and Throo  Valley ljiiko for said iiurixisos.,  The lauds to bn atlu  Crown lands,  Tho lands to Im atlocled  by  said work are  The rate of tolls proposed lo bo charged lira  ich as may bo fixed "  Court of Yalo.  such as may bo llxocl by the Judge of UioCouul.\  "onrlof Yalo. \ ,,  Dated tho L'lilh May, 1IKK.'  ^'-,,.'.K I-, KINMAN.  , NOTICE ; ,,     , ,  "VTOTICK  Is hereby'given   t'liiit on th'e '.'1st  ���������JL>    June, l!Kl."i, at 10-ilil a.,in... an application  will lie iiiado by  provisions of,tlio'  thu  iindoi-nigned  under thu  Itivoi-jiind Streaius Act." lo  ihe Judge of tho t'ounty'Coui-l, of Kootenay at  tin" Court House at. KuvuMoku, II. ('., lo IN lhe  iimounl. which thu undersigned shall be at  liberty do charge for lolls, ,hooinngo, rafting,  ililvli g of logh, timber, luinbur ami crafts, and  tor taking care of siiiue until delivered under  and by virtue of the Oidei'-in-Councll granted  to the undersigned iindci-Miid Act empowering  the undersigned to clear and remove obslrue-  lion* from Mosquito Creek, Weal, Kootenay,  and lo make the same ill for railing and driving llieieon logs, limber, lumber, rafts or crafts  '   Dated'this IMh.Miiy, 1SHI.J. r  ;    ���������.        THK'YALK COI.UMHIA  7'2<lit-2(l hUMUKIt CO., LIMl'l'IOR  : NOTICE      I .  .vrOTICK is hereby given Unit on the iilsl  XN June, 1!H)5. at, 1(1:30 a. in., an application  Hill be made by the undersigned under tho  provisions of lhe "Rivers and St reams Act" to  the Judge of the County Court'of Kootenay at  tho Court House at lievelsloke, H. C, lo llx Ihe  amount which the undersigned shall be at  liberly.to charge for tolls, booinage, rafting,  driving of logs,- trnibei-, lumber and erafls, and  fortaking earcof same until delivered, under  and by virtue of lhe Oider-in Council granted  to the undersigned under said Act empowering  the undersigned to clear and remove obstructions from Half-Way Cieek, West Ivooloiia.\,  and (o make Ihe same lit lor rafting and driving thereon log������, limber, lumber, laflsor erafls  Dated this Isth ilay, 1IKI.3. <  Till*; ARROWHEAD LU.MHHK   COMPANY  ' * ;:!(\|c20" ' Limited.  iiiiiliMliiiiiiiilll8  #tfE:^B:l.������Yb^  illlliSE^Ere&ilPKIMl  f;vyYY'Yffif.fff:-E^'R.;0;"R-T,E:fBi5y    ������������������ ��������� ������������������������������������ '���������-'  yyy'my;ymM'Vi^:R'%'Emsfp  :v".:':';Yv-:,r,:v";"-/-?"^  ;;M':rNN������Alr?:p^  ;WfriTr|i*Y'fAM^  sV'SHtP.-:'U/^  ���������F  A SIGNIFICANT  TRADE MARK  OTICE IS IIKItKUY GIVENftliut thirty  _. 'days aflei date I intend to apply lo Ui-j  Chief Commissioner of bands and Works for r.  special license to out and carry away timbei  fiom ��������� the .following described lands in West  Kootenay district..:���������  NuMiiuii Oni:        -'  Commencing at a post marked "J. T. Harry's  corner post" and planted one half mile east of  government trail, at, a point live and a halt mile  on road to Big hedge property, thence norlh  160 chains, thence west 10 chains, thence south  100 chains, tlience cast JO chains to the place of  commencement.- -  '     <\ , ..   , NUMUliH Two '        ,.s  Commencing at a post marked "J .;T. Barry's  corner post" and planted one nulo east of a point  live and a half nnlcs.on government trail lo  I3ig Ledge property, thence north 100 chains,  thence west 10 chains, thence .soiiUi-HK) chains,  thence cast 10 chains to place of commencement. -    '  'Nu"Miu.it Tiihi:i:_  , Commencing a postmarked "J. T., Harry's  corner post" and planted one half mile east of  a point five and a halt miles 'on government  trail, located on Pingslon Creek, thence south  lfiO chains, thence west 10 cnains, thence north  ltW chains, thence east 10 chains to the place of  commencement. '  Nu.mmj-.u KOL'K  Commencing at a post marked "J. T. Harry's  corner post" and piantcd' one mile east of a  point live and a half miles on government trail,  tlicncc'soutli KS0 chains, thence west, 10 chains,  thence north KiO chains, thence 'cast 10 chains  lo the place of commencement.  Nu.Miiiiu Kivi:  Commencing at a po.-t marked "J. T. Harry's  corner post " and piantcd one mile east, of a  point live and a halt miles on government, trail,  ihcnce north KiO chains, thence east 111 chains  Ilieneesouth 100chains, thence west 10 chains  to the place of commencement. ,  Dated this 27th day oi' April. 190.7.  7Qm31 * J. T. HARRY.  ���������ri  Notice.  Notice is hereby given that the undersigned  have submitted to the Lieutenant-Governor in  Council a proposal, under the provisions of the  "Rivers and Streams Act," for clearing and removing of obstructions from Pingslon Creek,  West Kootenay, and for making liie same lit  for rafting and driving llieieon logs, timber,  lumber, i-ift.-.and crafts, and for, electing and  maintaining booms for holding, sorting and  delivering logs and tiinoer brought down said  eieelc. aud l.u attaching booms lo the shoies ol  said creek and Arrow lake lor said purposes.  The lands lo be alluded by h.iid work are  (lion n lands and Lot, SI I, CioupOne, Kootenay  District.  The late of tolls proposed lo be charged -are  such us may be.lived 1)5 -the Judge ol the  Counlv Court ol ICoolenay. .  Daled Apiil Isl, ISKJ.7.  (Wljc7       IHCi HKNI) LU1IHKU CO.. LTD.  ���������-Air silk .that has,  kinks, knots or rough,  places is bound to snap,  at these weak spots. Every time you.  'have to stop and re-thread, the needle;1  the silk maker is'stealing your time.   ,  Spool Silks  arc evenly twisted and spooled���������pure,-!  , a. jtj/  ���������    tough silk. They sew' smoothly -in the:  j?   \ highest speeded 'machines. ���������  "Get BELDING'S SPOOl/SIfcKS 'if you want'silks that  won't waste'your time by breaking.     Every spool full length.  Li  fi'  i-i.  li'  r  let  a  TRADE  MARK  In>'l'-libl> I.nindi (I (>n the sole  of ail " f.KCKIK lifiOTH." It  ���������.taluk for " Iii.ni.ie Koo'nvr���������u;  K������n niK Savf: Movi.v "���������lion-  i-it -,\<wt''rn footwear, made by  western people for wr-stcrn  trade. They arc all leather and  btiilt for -.erviee, v.ithotit cacri-  ficin>{ appearance. A*k your  dealer for " J.KCKJK BOOTH,"  arid look for th" above trade  mark on tbc cole   ::    .-���������     :: . ::  Manufactured by  '���������CKKIIITOKS TltlibT JIKKDS ACT, lilfll."  NOTICK I.S irKHKIIV lilYKN Hull. The  Kool.miiy Mail Publishing Compiuy,  ..I lievelsloke, I'.. (!��������� |.uhii-bc-i~. by deed daled  HUh .May, UK"., assigned lo William 11. liobci-l,-  -c'in,(if Kcvelslokc, II. ('., .Atcouiilnnl, iu Iriisl  for lhe liunc.lt of the i-rcdllois ol said Tin;  ICoolenay .Mail Publishing Compan}, Liuul.-d,  ,all I heir teal aud pei^onal inoperly, credits and  , Ili-cls which may be scl/eil and sold uiidri-  execution.  Ci editors arc icnuirril lo send lo the -aid  Assignee on or bcfoi-a the l.Uh June, I'.MI."). par*  liculars duly vci-illud, of then- claims and of  lhe security, if any, held hythcui.  A meeting of ihe creditors of said deblors  Hill bo In-lit at. Ibeolllcc of Harvey, JlcCarler  and I'liikham, Impel lal 11 ink block, Itcwilstoku,  II. C, on Tuesday Hu; -Mi-d day of May, l!*n, al  'J p. m., for giving of illiccltons will) reference  to lhe dl-posui oflho estate.  Haled this Will day of .May, Mm'..  IIah\ i:i, AlcCAii-riiit & I'imcii im,  Solicitors for said A.s-iguee  t  S. McMahon  lliia-just opened up his now season's stock of  Carriages   and Implements.  These include Giirdon Seeders, Plows, Harrows, Fiirm ImplemcntS'Of all kinds. Light  and lLcavy'Wagons, Light Buggies, Rigs, and  Molinc and Fuirchild Wagons.* '.  Shoeing*   a   Specialty.  Wagons Made and Repaired.  SECOND STREET, REVELSTOKE.  *5  J  Co.  VANCOUV^R/B. C.  JNffllMii  Standard umody lor Gleet,  Gonorrhoon and Runnings  fuir\Vl  IN 48 HOURS.   Cures Kid- \(������ILJI J  neir and B!..-'rter Troubles.  20th CENTURY  BUSINESS  COLLEGE  VICTORIA,  IJ. O,  SIIORTIIAiN'DI  TVI'KWIflTINfi  TKI.KOKAI'IIV  *    UOOKKKICriNCI  ARITIIiMI'JTIO  I'KNiMANSMU',  Kir.  A llinioiigli   iJusinCHS Ti-niiiiiiK.  Quotations submitted lor Inserted Tooth, Shingle or other Solid Tooth Saws  and all kinds of repair work. Millmen everywhere are sending ns "repeat"  business after ONK trial. IIOBJBITS AND SHANKS in all sizes kept in  slock nl. Iowesl, rate?. *  P. B  Ai nniKi'iiieiits for lioniding  Clririadiaii-pupils.  NORTON  RRINTZ, Piitu-ipal.  Revelstoke C'onespondiiifc St-c.  O. S. Oii.s-r,  (ir.  S & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage :  ���������s^^s^Calgary, Alberta  Subscribe for the Mail and get  all the news.   REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ������������������*���������!$   ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PHOPRIETORS.  Newly built."-   First-class in every respect.    All modern conveniences.  ii .'...''".. Large Sample Rooms. ;  Rates $l.60jDer Day, -Special Weekly Rates. "���������  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management ' <*w���������J^..,.f> ���������  ���������- '"������������������^r-*- --T1 f 11 "-,,���������  .\  *i "*  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  if  a  tf  ir  I  vf  jo  Cream  sap-  .iff'  Made from Grapes,  A^3 Cents  ft  a. poundcan  2!> Cents  a. half-pound can  "''    '  At all grocers  "For-fifty years Dr. Price's  Cream Baking; Powder has  *-, c ������  been the standard.     It  is  the greatest aid to perfect  ,  household cookery...'  With   least   labor   and  '  trouble it-makes all hot-  \  breads, biscuit   and   cake  of fin est flavor; light,apper,'[  tizing. and-wholesome'.,  i ���������  NOT, <<MACHI^IE^MADE:,,'  r      3    ' f 1 '  WHAT'Sthe difference between a" Machine-made" shoe,1  and a shoe made with machines?, r_ ," \  ��������� Just the difference there a ; between-their products-1-;  the average $3.50 shoe, and a"Slater Snoe.". ������������������-..-  ^   .    , ;  ['.  *  f Very littleiskill goes'into "machine-made" shoes, the  process.being'almost 'automatic, the result unreliable as it is  "cheap;     ,"''.' '    '"        " ' ' '',' "'"       '   ' '    ' '" "  .,' "The."Slater Shoe" is practically '"Custom-made,"'by'  . skilled'worfcmen'whb uses certain ingenious .machines,,as, the  "' bench-workman uses tools.      .    ' ������ ���������        " "y  t   ,.These complex tools work five times as' fast as Awl, "WaxT '  thread, and Knife, but they'do sure'work nevertheless.^   -,-, % ���������  -   \Don't forget that.they areosed- merely- as toots, and that,  the individuality of'the .workman is in no, way. affected. (  ' ;'/  'He can ,put into each , paJr.'the* same'!',' Custom-made"  ' * style and service .that would cost double if he used regu-,  lar bench' tools instead of the Goodyear "Welt machines.  These machines give to each workman five pairs  of arms, and,his head can direct the five pairs as well  as one pair.        ,,       ,,-.',  We only permit Ihim to use such of these macfaioe-  - tools as do better than custom-work. ' '-  -     But a large part of "The Slater Shoe", is still,  , made and finished, by hand, though there are machines,  that would do that work far cheaper but less reliably.'  It is the skill,' and the hand-work iii " The Slater  Shoes" that costs most, makes them look better,and wear,  longer than "Machine-made " shoes of the same price.  The slate-frame trade- j  -mark'/stamped'inside "���������  the shoe lining, protects your inter-',  .ests,'and tells the  Makers' price, -  $4.00 or $5.00.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  -'Royal Mall Linos.  Cheapest Route to tbe Old Country.  ALLAN LINE-From Halifax-.  Viclori.m T '. Apl    10  Bavarian    Vpl.   17  Virginian    Apl.   21  Tunisian      May   I  CAN. PAC. ATLANTICS. 3.���������From SI. Jolin.  Lake Chnniplain Apl.   8  Lake Erie ':  A pi. ii  Lake Manitoba Apl. ���������_".)  DOMINION LINK-I''roiii PoilUnd.      '  Vancouver Apl    8  ICcnsingion             \pl. l.">  'Canada ., .     .   1 Apl. 22  AMERICAN LINK���������From New York.  St. I'uul Apl., S  New York  '. Apl. l.>  St. Loin-,  Apl. 22  Piuladelplua Apl. 29  WHirK STAR LINE-From NewiYork.  Celtic    .' Apl.   7  Oceanic Apl. 12  Majestic    Apl. IB  Baltic : Apl. 2i>  Teutonic .'May   3  OUNAUU LINK���������From New York.  Campania Apl.   8  Caroniii .' Apl. IS  Lucania Apl. 22  Ktruria Apl.   2!l  Ciunpanla May   (i  PaH8engers ticketed through to nil jmrts of  Great Britain and Ireland, and al specially low  rates to all parts of the Euiopcau continent.  Apply to nearct railway or steiuiihliip agent or  to  T.  W. BRADSHAW. A  ont. Ravelstok  W. P. F  CUMMINOS,    Paclllo   Atfen  HENRY'S NURSERIES  NEW CROP  HOMU UllOWN  AND   I.M I'OllTIOD  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  THOUSANDS OF Fitl/IT  AND ORNAMENTAL TUBES  IlHODODKNDItONK,    KOHKS,   OltKliN-  IIOUHK  AND   1IAIIIJY   i'l.ANTS  for Spring planting.  MINING MATTERS  STANDARD MINE.  Visitors Surprised' at Quantity  and Quality of Ore. ������  "Dr. Deliunater, of Rich Hill, Mo.,  who is one of the liscal Agents for the  Prince Mining and Development Coy.,  returned Tuesday from a trip to the  mine, and expresses' himself delighted  with what he saw. ",\Ve naturally  expected" said the doctor, ''to find the  ore samples sent us from the mine  from time to time we're picked samples,  and you may be sure 1 was agreeably  surprised to find - these samples' were  simply fair, specimens; of the run  of the' ore body. Then, instead of  there being 15 feet of ore, us we were-  told, the ore body is at least 20ft wide.  There is ore everywhere* and lots of it,  and I have-no hc-bitutiou in expressing  the opinion that we have in the  Standard^'one of the beat .mining investments to be found any where.  I  ."We have succeeded in'interesting  three capitalists,, any one of them  could put up all the money .required  to place the mine on an operating  basis, and so.satisfied tain I .with the  appearance of the properties of the  Standard .that I. have offered to pay,  the expenses of sending their expert to  examine it ifhe does not find it 'exactly what we have represented..  " I am sure Mr. Orris, -who has also  gone to the^mine, must*confirm my  opinion and judgment of it.  1 " You have a great-countryihere but  it wants opening up by railways, and  when I'go home Ir'iun going to see  some of our 'railroad .men and point,  out to'tlieni tho great opening theie id  for transportation in'this country  You ,suffer, from n 'disadvantage in  having no railway competition,whereas  to develop your country nnd enable  capital to step,in and open lip'its great  resources economical and ''ellicient  transportation,1 is .one of'the prime  necessities. - I enjoyed -.the ��������� steamer  trip'on the Columbia' River immensely. It.isjone of the'scenic i trips of a  lifetime."   , ' ,  Si J,TM. Scottj secretary- to'-the "cuhi-  pany,'accompatiied the doctor ; on the  return trip: 'Dr. Delnmatcr, left next  morning'for his Missouri home. *  crosscuts. The face of the west drift  in No. 5, where tho ore wii.s eight feet  wide when Dr. Dcliininlar left, measur-  twelve feet when Mr. Orris left, and  the footwall is not yet in sight. Mr.  Orris also took samples from No. 1  lead on top of the mountain, where he  noticed the yellow copper glittering in  the sunlight, and this at an elevation  of over 500 feet above the present  working. >  . ,vGRANBYtMINES  Extensive Improvements Con-  '   templated.       \  $100,000 will'be spent at once'in  sinking a-three-compartment. shaft at  the Granby Mines.     ' '"      "'   ,  . 1 he,head' works arctto be equipped  with a mammoth crusher capable of  handling' 1500 tons-every ten .hours.  Thejcompletion of "< tliis -.undertaking  places the-Granby mines in^a 'position  to output 4000 to 5000 per day.  An, additional ffurnace, that will  bring the capacityiup to nine furnaces,  is contemplated at the company's  Grand Forks smelter."    -   . -   -  SILVER DOLLAR.      , ,r  ' Allis-Chambers-Bullock, \ Limited,  Montreal, ��������� built->at. .their. ���������works'-in  'Montreal, for the JBlwood Tinworkers  Mining Co.,-who own .the "Silver  Dollar, a compound duplex power-  driven 'Inge-soil-Sergeant air compressor, with piston inlet valves. The  cylinders are 12������ and 20������ by 14 inch  stroke, the machine travelling at 130  revolutions .a-minute. Mounted directly on the shaft of the compressor  is a Doble water wheel, designed by  the Doble" Engineering Company of  San Fia'ncisco, which will develope 90  hoiae power under the head of 170 feet  afforded by Mowl awk Creek.- The  wheel is equipped with a patent needle  nozzle fitted with hand control. , .This  system of mounting a water wheel  directly on the compressor is an ideal  way of generating power.���������-.Tribune.  Cut Flowers, Floral Designs, etc  11KK IIIVICS ANDSUIM'UKS.  KI5RTILISI5US.  Jinslerii prices nr  Iokh.    White  labor.  OiitnloKiie free.  Buy Direct--Save Agent's Commission  M. J. HENRY,  JiOlO Wostiiiinstet  Uonil     '  VANCOUVER,       ���������      ���������      'B.O.;  a great way  in our  store.    What you  spend with us is an .investment.    We  give you full value for it.   In  m it ii re  as in most things it does not pay to  buy the cheapest, it soon follows the  cash. A really good piece of farniture  is���������if well cared for���������as good in 10  or even 20 years as the day it was  bought.  LADIES' DESKS  IN OAK  EXCELLENT DESIGfN  WELL   FINTSHED  Price $10.00[ each.  THE MAMMOTH.  On the Mammoth the lead is being  drifted on at two points. One drift  goes from the surface and is in, over  75 feet, whilst'theother commences at  the end of a 55-foot crosscut tunnel.  These drifts will meet in another 20  feet. When the woik is completed a  drift over 100 feet in length will have  been opened up. One feature is that  the ore iu the drifts is a good grade of  galena, which is sacked as it is taken  out. * Assay returns of $225 and $204  to the ton were received a few days  ago from aveiage samples taken fiom  all across the face of the drifts.���������Miner.  STRIKE REPORTED ON TRIUNE  In driving the lower or No. -1 tunnel  on the Triune several stiingers of clean  ore weie encountered. The management estimate another 60ft of driving  will bring them vertically below the  ore showings in the upper tunnels,  and the coming in of the above mentioned stringers almost assures as good  a body of ore as found above. The  completion of the Xo. 4 tunnel will  give over 400 feet of stoping ground.���������  Review.  CTOKU.BC  WOOD YARD  1 hiive stni-ted a permanent'Wood  Yard on Third street. With my past  experience I hope to be in a position  Lo satisfy nil, ruqiiiienuints of customers. Dry cordwood kept instock and  supplii'd in any lengths at reduced  prices for cash.  R. SAMSON,  THE STANDARD MINE.  Mr. Orris, a merchant of Rich Hill,  Missouri, who is interested in the  Standard Mine, returned from his trip  to the mine this morning and left for  east. He is more than delighted with  the condition in which he found the  mine, and expressed surprise at the  ore-bodies exposed. Since Dr. Dela-  matar's vi.-it further work has been  done at one point where the ore was  15 feet wide, and another four feet of  oic has been opened out, making the  ore body J'J feet wide there.  Since Dr. Delaniatar vibited the  mine the ore-bodies have been further  crosscut, and in twocrosscuts four feet  additional ore has been shewn up, and  the footwall is not yet in sight iu either  crosscut, so that he saw the mines  under more favorable conditions than  even Dr. Deltimatar did.  Mr. Orris took fine samples from the  last shots, that were fired in these  OYSTER-CRITERION MINE.  The.Oyster-Criterion mine and mill  at Camborne are to start work immediately. A. H. Gracey has been  appointed mauager, and 25 men will  be put on.,  ; DRIFTS.      ,    .  The inerger������ of tho' big mines in  Rossland with the Trail smelter is said  to have been closed.      ���������       .-l  The amalgamation of the Le Roi,  War Eagle.and Centre Star mines and  Trail'smelter was, consummated yesterday.     - ' ,  At a meeting of the White Jiear at  Rossland the directors were authorized  to>.borrow $80,000 and execute n mortgage on the 'property.  ' Negotiations are in progress for the  purchase.of the Oyster-Criterion, owned by the Great Northern Ltd.; the  buyer being l'atsy Clark, of Spokane.  Operations have been started at the  Marysvillc'smelter,where thc.'JIcberlin  patent ore, roasting/system is being  successfully tried, aiid will so reduce  the cost of smelting galena ores as to  revolutionise.lend smelting.     * .;  P: A. Lindgren bus taken an option  onithe' Linson View, Grand Solo, Ruby  Silver, and Black Jack,' and has interested-some Montana capitalists, who  are coming in about tlie end of June  to look over the, different properties  with'a view to purchase. .(._  , "A.'Sharp,',M.'E., is examing the coal  dibcovery in ^whichL'several"Enderby  residents and Messrs..Kilpatrick and  McCarter, of Revelbtoke, are interested?  We understand he expresses a high  opinion of the discovery, which is  likely to'prove a valuable one.    '  W..B.,Eool has returned "-to.Nelson,  and confirms the report we published  that he ''has secured capital -for the  Great Northern Co's.. mines subject'to  examination.' He says !there are  millions ' of dollars available in' the  east for , investment, but British  Columbia is absolutely unknown.,  W.'M. hrown, president Revelstoke  and -McCullouglu Creek Hydraulic  Company, took to G. S. .McCarter's  oflice' on^'i'Friday ,some .magnificent  specimens of gold taken from'the-head  ot the flume on'the .company's ground  and -indicating the -opening-be a pay  streak. - One1of'_the,inuggcts','was so  large it was valued'at������$25. -  The Nettie L: is nowfshut down, all  its force transferred to the Silver Cup,  where an effort will be made to bring  the dumps to the mill, which has now  been running continuously since May,"  1004'. '<The dumps are now "in the  track of snow" slides .and are in yearly  danger of. being rsvvept * away. A new  scheme.of development is now"being  proposed for the Nettie L., 'which had  beerf working through'the winter. ��������� -  'A ton of silver' lead ore, running G5  per cent, lead and 35 ounces of1 silver  nets the shipper $23.67 at ,the .Hall  mines or Trail smelter. The same ore  exported to Europe nets $32.87, a  difference of $9.20, which is almost  exactly'the value of the bounty on an  ore of that grade. . Now, when < it is  borne in mind 'that the ore going to  Europe pays $14 freight, and to local  smelters $1.50, the difference appears  to the lay mind inexplicable.���������Tribune.-  . GRIP AND PASSWORD.  I.'O. O.F.���������The'following officers  have been elected for the ensuing hilf-  year : -N. G., C. Palmer ; V. G., J. T.  Woodrow; .secretary, J. Mathie; treasurer, A E. Kincaid.. .  ' K.- of P.���������Gold Range, lodge,  Knights of Pythias, on Wednesday  elected the following officers for t he  ensuing half year: C. C, S. McDonald;  V. C , E. W. B. Paget ; P., J. Mathie;  M. of W., A. E. Kincaid ; Iv. of R. it  S , G. H. Brock ; M. of,E., K. G. Bui-  ridge ; M. of F., II. A. Brown ; M. at  A., W. Heniy ; 1. G , D. A. MacDonald; O. G., J. H. Scott.  GUN  CLUB.  The following scores were made at  the traps on Saturday, 20 birds, unknown angles:���������Dr. Morrison L5, W.  A. Sturdy 13, C. R. Skene 13, A.J.  McDonoll 13, F. W. Aylmer 21  Barber 11, McConnell !), F. B  6, Powell 5.  LACROSSE.  Last evening a match took place  between the cast and west end boys,  the latter winning. Young Revel-  stokers are becoming enthusiasts at  the national game.  On Monday the football and lacrosse  teams played a game in which the  former were successful by lti to 1.  1). G. McKcn/.ie has received a telegram from Nelson asking that Revelstoke send a,lacrosse team there for  July 1st.  A lacrosse match was played at the  recreation ground Thursday between  teams east and west of McKenzic Av.,  captained by Barber and Latham  repectively. The former won by 7 to  3.  .I.G.  Lewis  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. That  being the case he cannot to too careful about unnecessary expenses. Very  often a few cents properly invested,  like buying seeds for his garden, will  save several dollars outlay later, on.  It is the siimein buying Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera aud ���������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 salejby all  druggists.  are the Best Months to Make jVoney'Raising Chickens  Clucks hatched then grow more rapidly and require less care than  nt niiy time of year, anil the knack of ninniii" the, business successfully  ,r  is acquired under thu most favorable circuiu-,innci23. '    ,  One'good May or June hatching will bring out a brood of chicks  that soil about October 1st for..enou������li  to pay for an  Incubator and  another batch can then be started that will fjot tho cli'ick-* out in time  for the Christmas market.   Tho next batch will be ready for the March  ',    ' and April market, ','broilers" commanding the yi-fy highest markut pntcs.  '   ���������  A good Incubator is tho foundation'of real euccess in  poultry raising, bringing the wholo matter from guesswork to cui-tuinly.    We furnish you with a.     'v . . '''".. '  No Cash to Pay  Until Fall;11905.  on easy terms.    No cash to pay until November, 1905.    By that timo it should have paid for itself.      '."  ' Nothing else raised on a farm pays like this, and tho bd'auty of it .all i.s that the woiiiuu folks or children can  easily al tend to tho vory small'amount of work there is to ,bo done. Half an hour or so a day i.s nil the time  requited.    ��������� - ' "      ' / ,       /  Got! ing tho'right Incubator is pretty nearly the wholo thing.    The'Chatham is tho . .' , 'f  ' safest nnd hiii-e.st Incubator made. It'doea the trick ; 100 per cent, hatches every time  if tho eggs are fertile. Ratlior than go into details of construction here, we will print a  few out of many hundreds of testimonials: ,, ',    ' ���������  ,     - IlrlRliton, Ont., April Ifitli, 1006.  Tlio Malison Cnmplit-ll Co.,        ' "  ��������� Chatham, Out.  ' ' '  Ilcnr Sir,���������I lol'l jou win n I nwlirrt my Incubator  nml Uro (lorthnt I wotil.l let win know what mii-ceu  . I li III wilh .11% llril halih. Whun Ilie Inuuhalor ar-r  riw'.l I wi'liliinil fot uffiH to put tn it, and aa I wai  nii\louii������ l-'ol it Hlancil I took all Hie i'iois 1 couM  [nun lli'i pn y, .mil lie hail oulj . ntiuj-li so I could  ' nol. pi. k lliini out. Thcruwere ������"iii������ Himll on.'K anil  >ome inii'r nil narrow, nml as I ..fieri, ir.ls fount! out  he mis ti.i-i'|iiuic tiw'nt.t.aewn huiis iwth onecookrel,  ho iIil-\:* :i > lint look wry i;ooil on the siait. I put  lifi\.M\ e in into Ilie lii.-ululor nml folloiw-il the in-.  Mr i-lioim-losi'l}, .mil I not llliy ihiclu, l������o Inning  tint! in Hi." ill- II, which I think ii firsl-cln-.s. They  .ire nil slnine; nu I hvelv. I am Horr.r I did not order  llio 10) hi/" in-.te.id of the 60. I have it,now filled  with sixty whilo Wjandott eggi   I wish }ou could .  tall mo where I could get a food poultry paper,  ���������oinethln|,'|lhae would iuii a beginner.  A    ' '. u   . i'ouri trill*,' '  , II. II. BARAGnn,  DoxMI. !)rl|;hioii. Out.  P.S.���������I would rather attend to an lneulator thin  one hen now! There Is eoinr- t>ati<factlon in l.nowni.r  that 11 you look after tlieni jou will get chick*.   '  .Valena, Ont., April 15th, 1905. ,  The Manion Campbell Co.,    .  3     ', . Chatham, Ont.' i~-  Dear Sir,��������� The incubator thai we purchased from  j on on the lSih Jim. U->t is ccrtimly a dandy. Out  of ������'No. 2 inruintor with S.I firtllPiepjH I pot 70  chickens, and thoy are nil sToni; and health}. I  ii"ed 1} gallons of oil. I ihinlc there Ii' no better  Incubator in the world. i   "  /      - ���������   l    '.'  Yours trulr, >    '  MILS. JOHN RQBSON,  . , ' , Valena P.O., Ont. "  HANSON  CAMPHKLI,  df  - We have similar letters'from every Stato in the United States', and every'Province in tlie Dominion..  Evury Incubator wo put out is the best kind of-advertising we do, for it sells many others for us by its ��������� never-,  " failing results. ' ,J" ' ,. '4 "     "  The Chatham is built on honor, and its construction and workmanship ������ro osrperfect as '  mn expeiienco of fifty years and ample capital can make them.-    '.'". >     '     "' ' '   -'  The'Cli.itham was the'first Inciiliatof'iiiiido that was good enough'to adiiiifc'of its makers ^  taking chances that it would make ils cost for'the'poultryinan before it was paid fo>.  Don't iinagino.for a moment that it is any longer possible to-m.ike big poultry profits'=by _  setting lions.    As hatchers hens are iw out of date asstone hatchets.     *���������_ (.        ' ...'..���������  If .these erratic, uncertain birds'are kept,busy egg-laying instead'of wasting'their time"  sotting, the poultryman will pocket a good many extra dollars in prolit. |      ''--���������_     \--ri  If youiwant to get full particulars on the subject and learn all the "details of ���������successful'_'  FRZzE  COOK.  ���������A Complete  Guide   i  to* Poultry1  Profits.    ,  Jnculial or hatching .and profitable poultry raising "end to-t'ay for our su;'i:-bly-printed book,'  " lluWjtii'Make Money Out of Chicks."-  It's FREE.     ,  -    ., v. ,      '      ' r,  ' .Send for it now. , ��������� "     . ��������� ������ . '..-���������,*-  :, a   THE JV1AN50N; CAMPBELL .CO., Limited  '       Dept.220   ' i,CHATHAM, ONT. ' ',     '   '  ���������r  , ..'*;,_. " v       i.  Distributing Warehouses at'Montreal, Quo., Brandon.4 Man., Calfrary/'Alta., Kerr "\Vestminstcr, B C, and Ilalifax.'M.S.'    j  .,     Foctorio-j at Ciiatiivm, Ont., and Dbtk^it,'Mien.   .      i ��������� "'". f     ,  , ' I . *-l f ,    ��������� .i  A.lso Mariufac liiern of tlio famous CHATHAM FAKNT.VG.MILLS AN"D CHATHAM,FARM-SCALES. i   r 15,  3 ^Wirt^>   (^  spelfr&lJlbd Jterf- -iiAds  a> -Surf- CuAs o������  GLUHXyU"  ���������&MrnJ& '���������������.  ASIC YOUR DEALER  FOR  MAPLE LEAF  RUBBERS  The lines made for durability possess n reasonable degree of stylo while the stylish  lines are very durable.  You cannot make a mistake  in buying Rubbers if the  Emblem of the Dominion is  branded on them ��������� YOU  MAY IF IT LS NOT.  ASK FOR and insist on  getting MA FLIC LKAF  R U 13 JJ J5 R S ��������� there arc  no others just as good.  Armstrong Meat Market  J. LECKIE CO.  limit���������.  VANCOUVER, 13. C.  Selling Agents for the West  Fiist-c-l.i-s Mipplics of Beef, Mutton,  P<nk. Sin.ill Goods nnd Supplies -hipped to any p,irt, of the country.  Oidcrs uken for young pij," sis  weeks old and upwards-.  Mnil oi-deib promptly attended to.  George Murray, Proprietor  Armstrong. B. C.       ^  W. A. McDonald  PLASTERER & BRICKLAYER  REVELSTOKE  The only .first-class plasterer in town.  Let me know your requirements.    A  Carload of Linic just imported.. A Carload of Brick under order.  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paid  F.   B.   WELLS,  Exporter of Furs.  - It should be borncin mted. that  every cold weakens the' luags, low^  ers the vitmlity.and prejwrra the  system for the mon - ������erioo8 - diseases, unong .irhich atfei th������ ttw*'  greatest destroyers ������f hnpaa life,'  pneumonia and sonsomptkm. .,  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has won its jreat popularity by ita  prompt enrea of this most common  rilment. It aids expectoratiaa, relieves the lungs and opens .th������  secretions, effecting a spiedy.aad  permanent cure. %It counteracts  any tendency toward paramenia.  Price ������5c. Largo SLm 5<>c.  Trademark-,  d Copyrighta  trie-.  PATENTS J  I obtained in all comiti  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical Attorney and KiiBinccr.  Room 3, Kairlleld Illock. Granville sU, near l'.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  po?tcard will secure an crcniiiK appoint  ment for those who cannot call duriiiR the day  The Master Mechanics Pure Tar Soap heals  and Hoftona the skin, while promptly clcan-ini;  ito( grea-MC, oil, rust^ etc Invaluable for me  chanicK, lannerF, Hportsmcn. Free Kvmpleof  receipt of 2c. for postage. Albert Toilet Soap  Co., manufacturers. Montreal. BV  tf HE KOdTENAY MAIL  i.. -t,  ,   r    1  I" ?���������    f "V  n  i  i  Spring  CONVEY   A  WARNING  that certain ailments: general  debility,  dyspepaia,  rheuma-,'  '  tism,   liver   complaint,   etc.',       '  ,'need attention.     '      ' ,  There  isn't anything  better  than   a   bottle' of   our   own  Tonic  osphi tes  -  -   Made  of .the best drugs and  '        carefully compounded. '  , Only $1 for a Big Bottle  (fANADiURUC' &  BOOK CO.  ed ni large crowd at the bund stand  opposite the City JJall, their contributions being loudly chcerid, and it w.i.h  the uniin'iiiious opinion they acquitted  themselves in line style.  Stevenson, the man whose packets  were iilled with forged cheques and  drafts when lie ttruek Revelstoke, \ias  sentenced by Fred Fniser, S. AL, to  three years hiiid labor. Kid Macdon-  ald got six mouths foi-, vaginae/.   u  Henry Anderson',, of Cunilioiirnc,  died of typhoid and pncniiioni.-i at'ihe  hospital Monday, ni^lil, , ,nid the  funeral took place Wedne.-duy under  tbe Selkiik Lodge, No. 12, 1.0 0 K.J of  which Older deceased was a nieinber.  Business Locals.  DIED.  ' McGkeoor.���������At Revel-stoko, on   Sun-  ���������day, May 28th, Daniel McGregor.  -'Anderso'.���������At Revelstoke, on  Monday, May 29th, Henry Anderson, aged  r41 years. ,   ,  ���������Local and Genera!.  " -Potatoes rose from  $25 to $32 a ton  '' at-the coast last week.     ';       r "  '���������:  The Edenograph thinks the Koote-  *K'a-y Mail is a big jaunt from the bone  ���������yard.     rf"n.     -   ���������  ,, t   -'British Columbia  post o/Iices have  been placed   under A'. \V. Cairns,   iii-  7 !5pftctor for N. AV. T.  *''" The Kaslo Kootenaian has an obifc-  liary.'notice on the Kootenay" Mail,  which is a pretty lively corpse.  :'"J:D. Prentice was committed for  trid.1 at Ashcroft. He was released on'  furnishing Bail to the amount ijiToOO.  The Miners-complains Camborne is  shut off from t������lephonecomnmnication  since the exchange at Beaton was  burned. - ���������*  '.' W.'A. McGregor, driver of the City  Hotel bus, died at the''hospital on  Sunday from pneumonia, and was  .buried Tuesday.  ���������  //..Michael Clark, bridge watchman on  fthe Red Mountain railway, was  brut-  -taljy  murdered  and   his  body  found  buried near the track.  .'ViJyc receivcd many compliments on  our enterprise in getting out'a special  on Monday with the news ,of the result of the naval battle between Togo  and Rojestvensky.  ' ' y. Pratt, a bridgeman,. was .struck  by.an engine at Nlecilliwact on Monday, his.head being badly cut and  shoulder dislocated. He was brought  to'the Revelstoke hospital.  :'.C. B.-Hume and Co's. rig met with  a'mishap on Thursday owing to the  horse bolting, upsetting the rig, breaking the shafts, and strewing the  groceries etc. over the street.  'The entertainment piesented at the  opera house last evening by Dale's  English Opera Singers was one of the  finest ever given 'in   the'city.     The  company will return June 20th.  ff Remains of  the late J). W. Stevens  , reached   Kamloops   Wednesday,   and  the',funeral  took   place   today.    The  arrangements  were ^iu   the  hands of  A-. E. Elliott Lodge, No. 519,13. R. T.  Mr.   Rogers   has   arrived   to    take  charge of the work on |the new C.P.R.  station   for   the contractors,  Messrs.  Smith   and  Sherbourne,  and  Mr.  J.  Mullens is inspector of  the  work  for  the C. P. R.  The Tiihune says: '!The Mail is  one of the best, local papcis printed in  the province. It covers (he^territory  of which Hevelstokc is the centre, nnd  covers it well. lint it'takes'ironey to  inn a good newspaper, and . there is  not enough money in Revelstoke and  t the country contributing to run one,  much' less two, newspapers."       '  A bad case of di'ptheriii was brought  into the city  Thursday   from 0(irillin  Lake.r   For want of an isolation ��������� hospital tlio party,  consisting of  father, L  mother and two children, were isolated  at the Coiu't'1 House grounds, the provincial  HiithoritifSn taking charge  of  the'ease." On Friday miu of thc'child-  ron  died   from, the disease, and   the  hin-band  and tbe other  child tiro  ill.  The case shows   (he   necessity ,of  an  isolation hospital,   in   which   the provincial authorities   promised to  assist,  the city but so far have failed to do so.  ' A meeting, to  co-operate '��������� with (tho  C. I*. K. in the  establishment of a' Y.  M. U. A. in the, city was   held  at   the  City,Hall, Friday, R. llowson   presiding. It was resolved that a committee,  consisting of  the Chairman,  Messrs.  McCarter, Lindmiirk,*, Kilpatrick, and  Flson,  be appointed to   wait on -Mr.  W'hyte, second   vice-president of 'the  C. V. 11., sis be  passes through   Revelstoke tomorrow or Monday ;uid"ascer-'  tain on what  terms the vote granted  by   the C. I'. It.   for a  Y.  M.  C.  A.  building for Hevelstokc would be available. ,    , '   -_  Last Sunday some persons  visiting  Williamson's   Lake -went    into   Mr.  Williamson's   gaiden   and   not  outstripped his lilac bushes of their'bloom  but   broke    down     the   trees.      Mr.  Williamson  is  naturally' annoyed   at  this vandalism, ''and   intimated if it is  repeated he will close  the road   there  and prevent access   to the lake, which  is one of  tho  prettiest  spots around  Revelstoke.      The closing of- it to the  public would   be  a  matter 'of regret,  though - Mr.   Williamson     would   be  quite justified in 'this course'."'  - J. A, Magee and A." F. Rosenbergs  arc at present engaged.in   exploiting  the Roberts  party-line telephone system, a new invention   which bids  fair  to   revolutionise   telephone   practice.  The promotors have  installed an - experimental line at  Colfax, ill., and it  is working splendidly.    The new  system gives absolute secrecy  of service,  as the current is cut off from all other  connections except those absolutely in  use, and the fact  that the  whole current is diverted , to  such - connections  greatly improves  the, distinctness  of  the    transmission    of' speech.     The  system   gives   selective  ringing, prevents interference,   is under  absolute  control of central oflice,, is free  from  grounds, and can be applied   to existing systems. ,,   ���������  Social & Personal.  Lake  Tenders are called for a two-roomed  school at Arrowhead to .close June 12.  Elans can be seen at the court house,  Revelstoke, or on application to W.  R.-Reid, secretary to the school trustees," Arrowhead.  . There was a strike of carpenters on  Monday over the question of entering  into.an agreement for the nine hour  day,wbut the matter was adjusted bv  noon of the same day to the satisfaction of all parties.  The band appealed last evening for  the first time in their new uniforms  and looked splendidly. Thev entertain-  We have a pru-tieiilaily large and good  assortment of .soups i mining fiom ,V  to $2 per cake. Look at our -.nap window.  OlDR leader  OLIVE OIL A.VI)  CL'CL'MHKK    .     .  5 CAKES FOR 25c  We have a large stock  of good   I lair  Brushes at all prices.  Our 50-cent Brush is a  DandyjVfor the money.  DROSS  DRUGSTORE  G. W. BEATTiE, Proprietor.  MONEY ORDERS ISSUED  J: ,1. Langs tad' has left Trout  to take a position at the Coast.  Mis. W. A. Foote will"be ''at home"  Monday and Tuesday, June 5 and (i.  J. W. Fairhall has resigned his position with the Bowman Lumber Co. at  Comaplix.  The Rocky Mountain Rangers held  an enjoyable dance at the drill hall  on Wednesday.  The Ladies' Hospital Guild will  bold a shirt waist dance on June 6th  at the opera house.  St. Petei's church 'Talent Society  intend holding a social on the lawn  'at the rectory on June 27th.  Mrs., Thos. Lewis will receive on  Wednesday, June 7th, at her home on  Pirst street in honor of Mrs. R. P.  Lewis of Winnipeg.    ^ '  Tlie Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's  church purpose holding an apron sale  on the manse grounds on 'Tuesday,  the 20th inst., and an open air concert  in the evening.  At the Epworth League meeting on  Monday'Rev. W. C Calder g.i\e an  addi eg? on the life and work of John  Kno\- the Scottish reformer. Mi������������  Adair will address the next meeting.  Mr. Orris, of the Prince Mining and  Development Coin puny, and who hail.-  from Missouri, arrived this week and  left Monday to inspect the St.indnrd  mine, in which he is conHdenibly  interested.  Ralph Smith, M. P., passed through  yesterday on his return to Ottawa.  Ho has decided to give up federal  politics and enter the provincial hou-e  lie will be candidate for the sent,  vacated by W, |{. Mcliinei.  Dan Macintosh returned Saturday  from an extended tiip through the  States and eastern Canada, and declare." in all his travels he did not see  a city pres.cnting the unme grmwh  and prosperity as Revelstoke.  A pianist of more than usual ability  in the person of Mr. Vcith arrived in  town  recently.      He   is   pleased   with  Kevclstok.i and  may   make bis   home  here.       His    talent   was    thoroughly  appreciated  at   tbe   0. W. O. W.   "Al,  Home" last week,   wbeie   he   played  several.pieces in an excellent manner.  W. J. Macnab, the C. P. K. engineer  who was in   the   recent   collision   at  Dov/nie, has sold his property in Kamloops, with tbe intention of   removing  tpf Edmonton.   The. Tribuiieremarks:  "He has many'frienrti*. who sympathise  with "'���������"him fin  his bad luck, and whoso  good wishes go  with him to his new  home.   ���������"������������������'". .'   ���������  Huiry  and  get one of  those  two  wagons at the Red Crobs.  Go-Curts nt reduced prices at How  son's Furniture Store, huge assortment  Hundieds of new Novels just opened  at the Caiinda Ding Store.  ' Everything that, is finest, in  refreshing dunks af Manning's Soda  Poun-  tain.   , , '  Received today Leather Postal Cards  ���������Red Cross Drug Stoie.  Car load of Furniture just unloaded  at Howsmi's. Large assoil.menr. of pa'i-  lor furnituie.  Private funds "to loan on real estate  security, Apply to Scott and liriggs,  liarrisleis, Revelstoke',' 11. C.  Hi ing your piescriptions to the  Canada lirng Store and get. tlieni caie-  lully Iilled.  For choice candies select your pm-  chascs Ironi 11. Manning's candy  kilchon.  Miss Martin ironi Vancouver, has  charge of C. li. Hume and Cos. Dressmaking .'Department, and welcomes  the ladies to visit her. '       '  *  J list a few back numbers of magazines, at Red Cross Drug Store, li lur'  25 cents.   , .  11. il. TriKMiian's studio' is now  opened, in charge of- R. li. Benson,  formerly of Toronto, who cOmes highly  recommended as an expert photographer.  Galvanic Batteries and dry cells, all  prices, at the Canada Drug and -Uuok  Store. ' ,    '  Mi'.'Stevens" intends building a store  at Beaton to replace that' recently  destroyed. ,     , ' t  , When you want a saddle hoise, a  rig, or carting done, send to O. 'iiirn-  ross's livery stables, Victoria Road,  and you will leceivc punctual and'  liist-class.service. , ' '  /The choicest of Perfumes can always  be loiind at, the Canada Drug'Stoic.  Thoy keep the best of English, Fieiieh  and American makes.       ' e  . Family Herald and Weekly ' Star  and Kootenay Mail all to end of 11IJJ5  for $1.50. Send in your' subscription  as soon as possible and g'.t the best  newspaper value ever oll'cied. Addre.-b  The Kootiikay Mail, Revelstoke, B.C.  ' K. li. Copeland, who has been for  some years connected with the C. ������.  shops at Donald and Revelstoke, has  Icit the service of the, company ��������� and  started-business lor himself as jobbing  carpenter and cabinet-maker.'  The flowers that bloom' brightest  are those that get ��������� the' most light.  Advertising is the light oi any busi;  ness campaign, and the man who does  tbe most and -best udvirtising is the  one who,gets the business. Advertise  in the Kooi'iiNAY.M.ui.,. ,  Miss Agnes ,Hehne, late of the  Drysdalo-Stevcnson Ltd., Vancouvei;  is taking charge of' Mrs. George's  dressmaking department. " She is a  thoroughly capable "and experienced  dressmaker, so the public may be suie  that any .work given to Miss Holme  will be executed in the most modern  and approved fashion.       '  When you buy a new suit oi clothing do you patronise a tailor with  antiquated styles, or do you go iocoiie  who can give you the-latest cut and  pattern,? If you aic a buyer of printing would you select a printer whose  type styles were old, or one who liad  the latest designs '! You'can get the  latest and best designs in typo and  paper at the Kootkxay Mail Pi biting House.  to describe'the costumes of the ladies  is >beyoml 'your correspondent. The  supper supplied by liii'ne host Hector  was-Al, and full.jnsticu was done to it  by over ' 100'-guests. ��������� Dancing .was  kept* up until the wee sum hours.  The ditto c-n't committees did their  utmost to make it' a success, and they  certainly'succeeded. The C. P. It.  ball of 1905 i.s over, and we trust the  iC P. Ji.' boys of Nakusp will make  their assemblies an annual event. ,  LUMBERMAN KILLED.   ,  On Thursday Edwin Lower, known  as Liverpool, was injiiied on the Jordan by a tree falling on him whilst  working for��������� the Revelstoke Lumber  Co. He was being brought to the  hospital when he died fiom the injuries  sustained. An inquest was held last  evening by Dr. Cross, when a verdict  of accidental death was returned. P.  l.evesquc .waKifoi'eman of the jury. *  The Province bays': T. J<\ McGuigan  and bis son went up to Revelstoke this  afternoon. Mr. McGuigan has secured  the contract' for the "construction of  several new stations and bunk-houses  between Mission and Revelstoke.  M. Slferbourne, of-tbe linn of Smith  and Sherbourne, who have the contract  fur the Revelstoke station, .arrived  Tuesday to look after the ,work for'a  time. The lirm arc" building an'ollice  atthe site of the building. They are  bringing stone from an island near  Vancouvcrcfor the facings'and corners  and thcir'bead nmson is on thegr'ound  icady to shirt with the foundation.'  The stone will be cut and dressed here  Sunday Dinners.  A '-pecialty will lie made   of   Sunday  (linnets at the Union,Iloti*!.  I^i-ice 50c.  MRS. McKITTKIOK.  r  TD.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.  ; HEADQUARTERS  IN KOOTENAY FOR,  faints, Oils, General Hardware, Sporting Goods,  ,  '     '   Saw Mill Supplies, All Lines of Granite and  ;-  ��������� Tinware, Plumbing; and Tinsmithingf.       '    '  Repair Work Done & Estimates Given  MA TL "ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION  Four Rooms OvorStoro To Lot. '    ' 'PHONE  35.  Clocks ! Clocks!  ,   8-Day, Half Hour   Strike,   for ;.  ���������1i4.pOtonly. . Limited   Number.'  J. Guy Barber  Richard R. Copeland  JOBJHNG CARPENTI5R.  AND CABINETMAKER.  Mantles, Shelving, Fly Screens, 0^,.  synopsis of Regulation*' for Disposing of  Minerals on Dominion Lands in Manl  toba, tho Northwest  Torrltorios and  tho-Yukon Torritopy. '  NAKUSP.  From otirovvn corre-ponciont. ;  It is e.vpectly a tennis club will be  organised shortly.  Mis.- Laura McKinuon left here for  Seattle on Monday.  Mrs. Jiobt. Abbie and child arrived'  home from Slocan on Thursday.  Mrs. Gibson and children, of Arrowhead, are vi.-iting Mrs. C. !!. Kfirk '  J. t'r. Billings left oa Thui-day fur  the Northwest on a business trip.  Mrs. .John Hector gave a pic-nic to  the school children on Tlmr-dav,-Mav  ���������20th. s      *  Services weie held here 1-if-t Sunday  by the Presbyterian,1 Olmrcli Of Eng-  land and Catholic denominations.  M. McCarty. of Roselxjrry, arri\ed  here from we������t on Sund.iy acc-irnpanied  by bis bride, 11" M i-s .\11iuy.1. ,\V(  evtend Ki'Mike our lipjrty (-'mgiHiii-  lations.  Nuiv   for   .Inly   Nt.     We   hear   the  comriiittee'have a   nice Iii tie, iial.inee  over friim   last year to   uork on,  should get to woik.-it  ouc-c  ,-iik  pare fur .1 bigdai's spoil.  When   neniing N.iKii-p on  the cylinder head of one of the eil^iiie-t  on tin:   Sleainer   Kooleimy  completely   disabling the   mii('hiii(>i-y.  She win tout (I nilo .N.1 k 1 ��������� -1 > by lb,- (ify  fiene, of the V   ('   (.. c,i   and p.i-sen-  ������������������er-'   were    tran-lened    [()   t )>������������������   tram,  Fr. m what  you 1   correspondent could  le.irn it  will take   tome   \wck- t'<   put I  her into   repair, ,m<l  beinn overhauled an<  for some I ime, it u ill   full to the |,,t of  the iteaincr   Itossl.ind   to   do   all   the  work.  On   the   evening   of   May   2ltb   the  C. I'. Ii  employs gave .1 ball, and are  to be   ('inigi.itiil.iieij   on   piovidniK hu  evening nl   pleasure  tint ������ill   belong  remembeied.   The ball was beanl [fully  decorated���������mi    one    side    the    letter"  ������������������(). 1". It." and   on the  other .".��������� I.!I05 "  wtire composed of evergreen-", and with  strings of'.bunting..and-flags presented  agifind appearance..   The approach lo  tbe hall was   magnificently decora ted  with evergreens   and  colored   railroad  lanterns.    At supper time   the guests  marched to .the   dining ��������� room   of   the'  Grand Hotel to the strains of "Cocl: 0'  the: North,"   played   by   piper   Fnwtr.  Among the outsiders present were Mr.  and   Mrs. Marshall,   Mr.   and   Mrs,  Subscribe for the Mail and uct cr!(i0"' of:Jhr"c. ^rkfl;, A!,r' ,"ilk'"/  11   1 9       of Alamo; Mr. and Mrs. CJalbigher nnd  dll tne news, -'. Alra. Prestley, of Rosebery. To attempt  Coal.���������Coal lauds may be purchased at  ���������iu per acre for soft coal and *������) for anthracite. , Not  iiiore   than  S&>  acres  can  ou   acquired   by  one  individual  or  company.   Itoyalty at ,the rate of i������n cent*  per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be CvUscted  jn the gross,output.  yuartz.���������jpersoiia of eighteen yeura and  over and Joint stock. companies aoldlnit  free miner's certiflcate's may obtain entry  ���������tur a miiilue location. '  A free miners certificate is granted for  >ue or more years, not exceeding live, up-  .jii payment in advance of,$7.50 per on-'  uum for an individual,.=and..from-S50^to.  fiuu per annum for a compariy7'acc6rdInK"  10 capital.  A. free miner having discovered mineral  in place, may locate a claim'1500x1600 feel  uy marking out the same with two legal  posts,, bearing  location  notices, ��������� one  al  =ach end on the line of the lode or vein.  ' i'he claim shall be recorded wiiula iif-  tieen days if located within ten... iim of a  mining  recorder's  oliice,   one , i. .diUonal  day ' allowed, for; every   additional   ten-  miles or fraction., The fee for. recording  i.' claim is 15. ......  'At least $100 must be expended on'the  ������lalm each year or, paid to lue mining recorder in lieu thereof. When $500 has been  expended or paid, the locator may, upon  saving a survey made,- and upon complying   with   other . requirements, . purchase  we land at $1.00 an acre.        ,   ���������*  .jeermlssion may be granted by.tl e   41n.  ister of  the  Interior   to    locaU  -m. 1ms  containing Iron and mica, also c ppei. in  the Yukon Territory, of an ores *oi ������x-  weeding ISO acres.  The patent for a mining locatl. a ahall*  provide for the payment o������ a royalty of 2j per  ���������'jcnt ot the sales ot the products 01 the location  Wooer Mining, Manitoba and the N.W.  T., ��������� excepting .the    Yukon   ,I'erritory.���������,  Placer  mining claims' generally  are  100  vfeet   square;   entry    fee,    <6,   renewable  yearly.     On   the   North   Saskatchewan  Kiver claims for either bar or bench,"the  former being 100 feet long and extending  oetween high and,low water mark.' The  .cuter includes bar diggings, but extends  ou.ck to the baae of the lull or bona " t>ul  not   exceeding  1,000   feet.     Where.-siea.o  ,-ower is used,' claims 200 feet wHla tnaj  ue  obtained. . ...  ' IDiedgmg in the < rivers of Maa.hba  and the N. VV. T.," excepting the X nkoL  territory.���������A free miner ma> obtain only  i������o leases of live miles e������ch for a term  jf twenty years, renewable -.n the'dlscre-  11011  of the Minister of  the Interior.  The leasee's right is confined to t ,e sub^  merged beds or bars of the rlvti -below  iuw water mark, and subject to the rights  uf all persons who have, or who may receive entries for bar diggings or bench  claims, except on the Saskatchewan  lover, where the lessee may dredge to  iilgh water mark on each alternate lease-  auid.  The lessee shall have a dredge In operation within one season from tho date ol  me lease for each hv������> miles, bui .where  a person or company has obtained more  lhan one lease one dredge for each llt-  teen miles or fraction Is ��������� su/flcla.it.  Kental, $10 per annum ror each -fl.le 01  river leased. .Royalty at the rate of two  mid a half per cent collected on tae wut-  out after it exceeds $10,000.  Dredging In the Yukon Territory.���������Six  leases of live miles each may be granted  tu a free miner, for a term of twenty  > ears, also renewable.  The- lessee's right u contlned to the  submerged bed or bars in the'river below low water mark, that boundary to  oc axed by its position on the 1st day oi  Auguut in the year of the date of the  ie<me. '  'i'he lessee shall have one dredge in op-  cf the lease, and one dredge for each  Kiatlon within two years from the date  live miles within six years from such  d.n*. ltenidl, tlou per mile for Hie Hi si  )t<u\ and *1U per mile for each subsequent year. Itoyalty, same as placer mining.  1'lacer -Mining in  the Yukon Territory..  ���������Creek, ri.er .gulch and hill claims shall  nut execr-d 2&J feci in  length,    measured  on   the  base  line or general direction o  IIih L-u-ck or gulch, the width being '.- i  l.WJ to 2,0w Icel. All otliei   pluccr clalint  -���������lull be l.tt feel ������|ii,ire.  Ciaftns j.re muiked by two legal posts,  one at eaeh end,  beni in,: notices,    hinirj  rmist be oljlaui'-'J  wltliln ten days, If thV  claim   1������  within   ten   ini|i-i of mining r>  -,o ������f i c-ordi-r's   olllee      Olio   exlia   day   allow*  I for ������.-ach lulilltl.m.il ten intlc-s oi   fract >n  I'ri'- j     The person cr i.ompuny slaking o rlalm  | iritist hold a fi'-'- iiiiiiers c-i tlllc-ale  I    Thu dlscnverei- of a iu-w mine Is entllle.1  Tui-dnvi ,0 a claim of l.Wj feet In  length, df.d li  tlio party c<ni-.i������n of two,  \,rJ<< feet ulto  B-ll'T, on the output of wlucn u������j royalty  bleu    mil, I Hliull   be  charged,   the  rest  of  the   part>  i.i'Unary ci.iinis only.  ' Kntry  fv, iw    Itoyalty at the rate ol  I-ao and oni'-half pc-r cent  on  the   vai'  of tin: ffold shippi'd from th������ Vukori 'J*.  ritory  lo be paid  to the Comptroller  No free miner Hhail receive ������ grant <  inor������j than one mining claim on each nop  Tiite river, creek or gulch, but the ������aiu.  miner may hold any number of clulnu  by purchase, and free miners may won  their claims in partnership by mint;  notice and paylnx fee of i'i. A claim may |  be abandoned, aud another obtained on  thu same creek, (fulcn or river, by giving  notice  and   paying a  fee.  Work   must   be  done  on   a  claim   e^eh  y-ttr to the value of at learn iW)  A certified te tint work has be������jn d'j i*  iiuiMt be obtained each yr-ar; If not, tn.  '���������I.ilm ihall b" d������'-mcd to be abandon'J  and open to occupation and entry b; *  truf. miner.  The bouii<UrI*<i of a claim may ne )���������.  dried abHol.itely by having a *\ir<~,  made and publlal.lnit notices in the YuW  Ofilcial  Gazette.  Petroleum.���������All   unappropriated   Oorn a  Ion  I^ands  In   Manitoba,   the  Sotlti-nn  Territories and   within   the  Yukon  Tern  lory are open   to prospecting for [,< Irr,  earn,   and   the  minister  may  re nit.   it,, ,  an   individual   or  company    hhnng    m*  chlnery   on   the , land' to   he   ;-rs>������v<ictm  an  area  of .640 acrea. -Shoulu   the  prm  poctor discover oil  In paylnK  quantities  und satisfactorily e������tabllsh  auoh dlscot  ory, an urea not oxcoedlng 6(0 acrea.  ir,  eluding tho oil well and such other lan������  as  may  bo determined,   will   be sold   to  the   discoverer   at   tho   rate   of   11.00   an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate at  may be specified by order-ln-councll.  Department   of   the   Interior,   Ottaw*  W. VV". COKV,  Deputy of the Mlniitor of Urn .ThIm Jt,  Jobbing Promptly, Attended,To,  J.    SAMSON,  Painter, Paperhanger, Signwritep  ���������     KALSOMINfNG   DONB.  ,   ���������'  Orders receive prompt attention.  Second street,    ' - ,    REVELSTOKE  OUR^FFERFORONEMONTH ONLY  To introduce: our now slock wc will send by  mail prepaid one of our $1,1.110 Aiuui'iciui Wult-  Iii.iii Walclict, for 57.."i(). Qcmiiiio Ccnnaii  SilM-i-iiic Case waiTiintcd for 20 yciu-h, movement will milled for live yean,. Positively only  I wntcli lo each customer. Send money order  or legist ered loll or.' Cheeks not acceptable.  Tho Montroal Co., 223 Carrall Stroot, Vancouver, B. C. , TOImiiil  YODO FUJI  , has reopened a ,'  RESTAURANT  '      ' on McKony.ie Avenue.'   ,  Open Day and Night. First-Class Service  lftftc  NEW BARBER SHOP  Third "Street East,',  ffitc,  Revelstoke  ,New Express .'Service ���������'  ' y  '.���������       ~~?   "  I have inaugurated-an express  service in the-'city/- Business  houses called on daily. \  IGE FOR SALE  - i it  ,    Orders will have prompt  attention.  t j: c. Hutchison!  .7. O. Morgan will open his  new Barhor .Shop,  first street;.  On Monday, May 1st, Old Customers  and new can depend on' leceiving the  best attention. ' "'"  E; J.BduPile  - into  Halcyon Hot Spring is  \ *jTanit air item.  Boots arid Shoes,  'i  Men's' Furnishings,  ,  Ready-Made Clothing.  Bevelstoke ���������. Bestairat  *    ���������        i    j  '    Mrs. ]I. J. iranhury, Managrebs.  First-Class Table. '' r  ' Privaie Dining,Boxes.  l.<nrKu Diuiiif-rnom for -  lliiii(|iints, Suiipor-i, olc. '  Furnished Rooms To* Let. ���������  FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE  Kikst Class Mhai.s  At Ai,i. llouus.  0YAL  RESTAURANT  , NOW OPENED AT  ARROWHEAD.  Hoy, Proprietor.  PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING  *$'  FIRST STREET,'. - -   WEST.  rnHE MEDICAL "WATERS of'Hal-  JL cyon are the most curative in the  world. A perfect, natiual remedy for  all Neivous and Muscular diseases,  Liver, Kidney and StonmchL ailments  and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure  for "That Tired, Feeling." Special  rates on, all .boats 'iind trains. Two  mails arrive and .depatt every 'day.  Telegi-a.Ir communication with all  parts of the ; world.. An experienced  niassanger.    ��������� ' ,   '     ������ ������  Ha ley on Hot Springs  ArroiuL.ake,\'B. C.  THE CITY EXPRESS  l^E/W/B. Paget, Prop:  " Prompt delivery of parcels,'baggage,  etc., to,any pa.rt.of the City.  Any Kind of Transferring  /     ".- Undertaken.  TELEPHONE NO. 7.  ���������   1 .. J ^  c    M. S. HASTINGS ,  .Practical Piano Timer atid'-Repairer  . . Eight yciii-s expeiii'iice. > ��������� '  Leave Orders,at Allum's Jeweiay Store  /-Madam Giiselda (the celebrated soprano) says: "The piano I  used at my  concert   last-night,  and   which   was'  tuned by you"was done  perfectly/and-  I lound it in'exc-.'Ilent condition."  ���������    (i!)7tc     *y ...      ���������  When You Want  NOTJUrc IS IIEREUY GIVEN thai, tlurtv  days after date, I iiitond loauplv to the  Cluof Commissioner or Iduidi, nnd Works for n  special license to cut and cu-ry away,timber  fi-oin tlie.followiiiu described lands in North-  e.ist Ivootenay district:  . r-  .   '        Ntimber One  > '   "'  Commencing at a post marked "D.M.Macfar-  lane������ N. \\. corner ^)o^t," and planted one mile  soulh of Columbia river, about (ive miles above  mouth of Canoo river, thence south SJ chains,  thenco cast SO chains, thence north SO chains  lliencc west 80 chains to (he place of com-  meiicemei't.  Number Two. ������  Coinmencinff al. a post inai-kcd "aM.Macfar-  lanes ^. Ji. corner post," and planted alD. M.  Macf.ulane.s N. W. corner po-,t, thence .south  SO chain-. I hence wc-l SO chnuis, I hence north  SO chain-,, thence ea.siS0 cli.iinc to the place of  commencement. .  Number Three  Commencing at a post marked "I). II. Macfar-  I.uies N. A\. corner post," and ul.inlcd two  mile.-, west of ]}. M. Macfai-lane's N K. corner  po'-t, ihence south SO chains, thence east SO  chain*, thence north SO chains, thence west SO  chains to the place of commencement.  Number Kour.  Commencing at a post marked "J), ill. JI.ic-  r.irl,iiicsN, h, coiner liosl,"and planted at, 1).  M. Jl.icfarlanes N. W. corner posi, thence  south .SO chains, ihonco west SO chains, thence  north SO chain-,, ihence east SO chains to lhe  place of commencement.  Number, Five.  Commencing at a post, inaiked "I). M. Alac-  f.irlaiic's S W. corner iiost," and planted at D.  M. jllncl.ii-l.ine s N. h. corner post, I lieiice norlh  SO i-hain-., I hem e east SO chains, thence south  so chains, thence west.sO chains lo the place or  eoniineneeniont.  Dated this a>tli day of JIay. I'm-,.  ���������ij=i 11, JI. AIACIi'AIIIjA.NK.  ALBERTA EMPLOYMENT AGENCY  ''/.Licensed..   -I Registeied.  , CALGARY, ALTA.    '  Ono. McLean,    -   Manager.   ���������  HOTEL,  RESTAURANT &  DOM-  -ESTIO I Hi LP, RANCH-HANDS,  TEAMSTERS & LABORERS furnished on shoi t notice.  .OfTice: Room 5,'Burns Block.  - <     J>- O. Box StO, Ualg.uy..AIIa.  ������ -      Night" or clay, '   .  ,/king up. Tel.'No/27  Stand at r Union Hotel.  J. M. McGallum.  |\TOTI('l-; IS HKIIKIIY lilVION lhal, llin-ti  ,,, . ������'ays after dale I intend In a'iply to the  ( lnef Commissioner of l^mds and vVorks for a  special license lo cm and i-mry nwny limber  from Ilie following described lands in West  Ivonlciuiy llistnct:���������  Number  One.  C'oiiiiiH-ncingiil.apnsI miirkcil "J.iM. ICellic's  -S. U. coiner pii-l.," anil pl.inlud on -he easi  liaiikul ( oluuibia river about li\o miles below  Aliiluney creek, tlienec iiorth li^i chains, Ihenue  c.isl in cliiinis. Ihence soulh lliu chain,-, lliencc  west 10 chains lo the pliice or I'oniiiicnc-ciiicnl.  Niiinlici- Two.  Commencing al a post umi-ki d ,1. Al. ICellic's  ������. I;.. corner po-l," and planted on the ������csl  hank of Columbia river, iihnut ihreo miles  below Alnloney creek, thence mil Hi nil dialiis  t ii-ini' wchI lOi'biiins, thence siiutb Hid i-haiiis  Hk'iicouiikL HI chains lolhe pliiceof eommenei-'  ineiil.  Duli'd i.bis -.lilli day of .May, l!Ki',.  '���������>'".������'���������'��������� ���������'. JI. KKM.IK.  A consignment of this famous  Tea just arrived, put up in lead  packets only, by expert tea  tasters, and every packet guaranteed. A' trial packet will  convince you there are none  better if 'any equal. Do not  forget the name  MARIGOLD  Wing Chung.'s newly im-    :  ' ported' stock "of Chinese '  ' and Japanese goods. ,    '  The best assortment ever ���������  ^landed   in   Revelstoke  of  useful     and     ornamental  ��������� articles': -    . '  -.TenMsrvices  ' , TFIoworPots  {,'atos Umbrella Stands .  Baskoljj - Lunch Baskets  Cane Chairs Smoking Jackets  Handkerchiefs Silk Goods.  GOLD FISH  Finest stock of candies-and fruits in town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  WANTED  F  TtOR SALE���������One McOlary Famous'  Kitchen R.inge No. 0 with reservoir, very little used, price $45; also  one oO-egg .Victor Incuhator, with  brooder, in' good wot king order, $2.")  complete; a few sundries cheap. Apply  Kootenay Mail oflice.  mO RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE,  _L t'oi three months. J.' P. Forde,  McKenzie Ave. 70 j  ANTED  help.   Apply Kootenay Mail office,  WANTED   by   Japanese,   position  as cook or any   other-kind   of  .i������   the Mm to  1*  en 11 not I*- ready  yoTici-; is iiKUKiiv (mvh.v hi���������i, una,.  j' days after dale I iiihiuil lo iipiily 10 the  Chli'f I'liiniiil-wloMer of l.ainli, and Workn for a  spi'i-inl Mm u-e Ineiil nml >i airy ni\ny limliur  fiom the following dcm-iibid liinds iu Kiust  Knotfii.i) diHlrlcli���������  Nunilici'   One.  ( imiini'iif Ing at 11 pos| marked "d. lied-  si ruin's K. W. corner post," mill |ilunli'(l (wo  iiiIIi-h imhI of ('oluuibia ilvei, iiliout two miles  ���������iUjvi'monlli nf Wood liver, theiien caul, ll^l  cIiiiiii*-, Ihi'iire kiiiII] I'lchiniis. ilience w-est 100  1 IikIiih. IIh-iik: nriilh 10 i-liailH In lhe plat i'of  '-,'miiM-ncenienl.  Niiinhei -|'wo,  (''���������iiiini'iicliig at n posi maikcd "(;. lied-  clioiii'x .V. W. niriH-r |������isl."and |ilaii|c,| at <J.  IIi'IhIioiii'm H. W. 'oniiT post, lliencc east ]m  eh.ilii- thence-onth 10 < lialiirt, lliencc west 100  rli.iitH, IIicikc iiiutli Id eliiiliii. In thu pliiceof  (omini'iif ciiii'iil,  Niiiiiln-r Threo.  (J'uiiuiiiiir|iig nl a post marked "(!, Med-  ntr���������i,i'n S. W. ..orii-.r p.M," ilihI |iiaufi.-d one-  half mile riouth of (1. lliiilHfnimV ,N'. W. corner  post, tinmen east 100 chains, tlienco soulh 10  clialriF, lliencc wchI, llli eluiliiH, lliuucc north 1(1  ehftliiH lo the place oflcoiiimeneeiiient.  N'liiuber l*'(,ur  /.* ���������  ('ruriiii!!iir.IiiK nt n post marked (!. Ifcdstrom's  H. IV. corner poHl," and planted one. mile south  IIi'iiici: oue-ha|f mile east from (S. IfcdHtroiu's  N,\V. corner po>t, Ihence cast Wt cIiiiIiik.  IIicikc north 10 cliains. thenccwest 100 chains  t.lieiice south 10 chains to 'ho iilnco of com-  irieiieijiucnl. ���������  N'umber Klvo. Y  .'���������'���������",f  ('OiniiiciicliiK  at  '<���������   Post   marked   "(!.  Hed-  strum's iV. VV. coiner post." and planted at. (.;.  Ilcdsti-oin's ,S. W, cornel- post, thence east l������)  ehaiiiH. Ihence .soulh 10 cluiins, the:ico west. 101  chains,  l.hcnco  norlh  10 chalnn to tho place of  eomiiiencemont.  IMtod this 2Sth day of May, 1!XM.  KftUj-3 6. HKD8TROM,  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  '  Retail Dealer \n-^^xaaaa^^  BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All orilurn promptly Iilled.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SXIJISi  WANTED KNOWN-AII kinds ot  loose-leaf account hooks,  card  indexes, nnd special   ruled,   perforated  or punched papers may hu obtained at -  thi' Kootipnav Mail Printing Office.  BRICKS! BRICKS!  .The Most Ohiy in Okanagan Valley.  Well-burnt Rricfcs in large, or snmll  (luantities aL reasonable pi ices.  ENDERIiV HRIOK &TILE CO.,  (Kf-'jen Enderliy. R.U.  Wm. Fleming-,  1 Wliolcsalo and llelail  Meat Merchant  Fish   and   Game   in    Season  First St., Revelstoke.  The Best Ice Cream  Jn the City ia to he had at  WAH CHUNG'S  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  Kamilicfi, Picnic Parties and Social  Gatherings supplied with fresh ���������  Ice Cream at  60c. a quart  or $2 a gallon.    Telephone your ordcis  Persons ie(|iiiriiig  a supply of.ice can.'  deiiend on getting it promptly .firm  ClKAI.KI) TKNOKItS addressed to the under-  }v?��������� h|B,,Si'1' anil endoraed ���������' Tender for 1'o.sl  Olllceat Vancouver. i.(;.," will be rccoived 1?  this olllce until Friday. Ju\,eL':i'd, li'ifi. incl,,^  \ely. lor the erection of a I'osl. Olllce building  al Vancouver, U.C., nccordinif to plans ami  -. lecillcations to be seen at tne Doporlnionlof  I'ulilic Work-, Oitawa. Out., and at .lie Van  couvcr Armoury, Vancouver, H.C  I ciidera will not he considered unless made  on the printed form supplied, and signed ������itli  the actual si|?nal,ures of the tenderers  An accepted cheque on In chartered  bank.  "���������iible to the order of tin" ������'. .������'"'������,  islcrof Public. Works,  ffi'i^^rUi'.������ K������i-<lcf,r0f,aui''Honbniublc'"i,lic  Alinistcr.of I'ublic. Works, '.cmiiil to. ten  m.v  ^^I'l.'^P^'of.t^'aaioiintVTotomion^  W. FLEMING  (lilSlc  Brick for Sale;      *  The undersigned have just burned a  kiln _ of 500,000 brick, of first class  quality. For, price aud. information  apply to 0, B,1 Hume & Co.  f^i/. IaU l UJ"ur-, 1 "H. ciieque will lie  foi rolled-if-, the-party tenderinB decline the  contract or fall to complete tfio work con-  trautcd for, and will be returned in case of non-  acceptance of lender. ; -'���������'.���������;- ��������� ; ��������� ' '  -'The. department- doesliot-'bind" itself to  accept the lowest or any tender. ��������� ���������.i . , -t _,������������������  ",..'���������'���������':���������"'' '���������'������������������   ","Byorder,        ������������������"���������-���������������'���������'"  FRKD. GKLINAS  Departiiient of I'ublic Works, Secretary.  Ottawa, May IB, 1005;  Newspapers inserting   this    advertisement  without authority from tlio Department, will  not bs paia.tor it 73tUo3  " vy,;  i a -*- f  l?il-l -  !>-'..:  I' -'

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