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Array fv't  .-I'll'llll      l,',N,  READ: BY  y 5,500 ���������;%  1 <  ������. -*��������� ".'-,' ' * i  Vol. 11.���������No. 10.  READ BY  ,  ���������'  5,500^  , REVELSTOKE. B  C.; JUNE 4, 1904.  v^o-vs   '   '<   ��������� O'���������/'    $2.00 Per,Year.  Special Showing of  NO,W i.s the time to procure those good's needed for the approaching  warm weather.      Our stock is now complete and wc are showing  I    the finc-t range of Ladies Dress Goods, Wash Muslins, Blouses, Tailor-  made Costumes, Boots and Shoos, and'Gento' Furnishings to be had  ' - \ ' ���������> , ,in the city. , ,'  In Dress Goods  Canvas-1 Cloths,   Flakes,' Voilles, 'Sicilians,, Grene'dines,  - Vicuna Cloths, are amo'ii? the newest weaves nve, are  '  'showing.   'Ranging iiv prices from 50c.'per yard up./  In Wash Goods  ,,   Our  stock was never ..so   complete" in   Flaked , Linen,  Voilles,'White and Colored'Vestitigs, Zephyrs,  Fancy/  Stripe "Muslin. Chambrays, andiCriv'mmsr Prints.- - ''  y,'   , p' y  Prices from������'r'oc. per yard up.-''.'_ .. -    y   s  .. '���������     Our Specialty in Ready-Make Clothing.  In Ladies'  Goods our Stock is varied -and  complete .in  Tailormade  "'"    '<���������*,'"   Costumes, Skirt's, 131ouscs, Cotton Underwear", etc.   '   ,     %  * , . . . -      .v 1 , * ,.  Ifl Men's Furnishings  ,We are second to none in up-to-date styles'and. values  in , S.uits'.   'Pants.    Shirts,   Natural    Wool -and -Silked  : -'  /        Balbrig'gan U,n'derwear.    ��������� Hats and Caps.' ���������  /,   " '- . -   Prices^ within' reach of all.    ' '  - ,     Diessmaking Department in connection with stoic in charge of   -   ,  *** ; ,       , Miss Wilson'. ~ '  LATEST  V TELEGRAMS.  1  6 ' '       * '  ������ '[Siieci.il to iho Mail.)    '        ��������� ,  Man,Cut to0Pieces.  .< Winnipeg, June 4.���������An unkn(������Yri  Galician was literally cut to pieces  in'the Canadian Pacific yards yes-  terdav.    - ,'-'  are homeless  by  a'sudden rise in  the creek following a cloudburst.  ���������'' American Enterprise.  ���������,Berlin,  June?3.���������'An   American  of,  syndicate has obtained from Emperor fMfenelik of Abysinnia valuable concessions for the' con-  Etruction"of a,railway and the exploration of mines. r ' -  -  .TAYLOR   BLOCK. McKENZIEI "AVE..  REVELSTOKE. ���������  Air Ship Contest.  St. Louis. June 3.���������Onlv five air-  ships have been entered to date for  the aerial contests in'the earlv part  of'July,'the ,othe'r 75 contestants,  having so far* failed .tO'*put up the'  $250 entrance fee.     <"   'fy -    '~-i  ���������- !  -������   -  F���������ell Among Thieves.    <\ ,  > t>      .  * i  "��������� New York, June 3.���������A wealthy  t '-._'.*<..     rf  Australian   who   arrived ' in   N$w  York ten days ago from London ,is  said to have,been swindled out,of  $25,000 by a band of .wire tappers  a week" ago  in   a   Broadway hotel  near 42nd street.'  Strike May Extend." ��������� y  ' Sydney, C. B.. Jtine-4.���������Strikers  of-the Dominion Iron and Steel  Company state if3 the company  make effort to import labor the  union vvill call out the men employed   in   the   mines   and also,on  . si - r *-i.v * V** - -1 l or.'-1-- 'jj-^^t������*'-t  the Intercolonial 'railroad- and 'tie  up the  business   of  the  maritime  i.i.  provinces. ������ <  . Heavy Embezzlement.  Victoria, June 4.���������T. P&. Hall,  provincial assessor, was , arrested,  last night charged with embezzlement of $5,000 from the department. Hall is well*known in commercial circles and has been resident here 15 years. The news of  his arrest comes as a stunning surprise to a'large circle of friends.   .  Heavy Floods.  Kansas City, June 3.���������Heavy  floods are reported in different  sections of the State of Kansas.  All tributaries of the Kaw'river  in Kansas are rapidly rising and a  serious flood is threatened unless  the continuous rains cease. Railway traflic is demoralized. At  Newton. Kansa=.  over  6G   persons  $1.00 and $2.00  New Embroidery  English niul Swiss Embroidery, showing *  Blind  KtVects,  and   the  <liin. and oin.  Embroidery for blouse trimmings,  some voiy swell novelties at 15c.  to aOc.  Handkerchiefs  for Ladies, lJaris Xoveltics in Lace Edged and Embroidered Edges, among them a very nice  kerchief  for ordinary use, nicely made at 10c.  *Be*ft Soda  Tot&ri  in  99  A=k anybody, num. woman <a-  child, who has tlio be-t -win in  town. They vvill tell ynu Hew*'.  A-k anybody w li<>~e ice cream i-  be-t. You will get the -niiie(  answer. Look fur the must  crowded fountain in the city  , and ynu will iind that the -iyn  iibuvu the door i1-  WALTER  BEWS, Phm. B.  Druggist and Statlonor,  Tei.bi'iiosi: i% Next Hume's  MSil orders promptly filled.  Pre-criptions Di-pon-ud.  Church Union.   .  Montreal,f June 3.���������The Mont  real , conference of' the Methodist'  church today adopted unanimously  'a'resolution' favoring union of all-  the churches and praying that all  obstacles may be removed.    ,  ������  THE "WAR.  Actual Losses In Nan Chan Battle���������Another Great Battle In  Progress���������Japanese Capture  * Port Arthur Forts'-Kuropatkin  Will Attempt to Relieve Port  ? , Arthur���������New Japanese Com-  mander-ln-Chief."  .(Hy C.iblo���������Spccuil to tho Kootuxav JlAii..)^  London, -May 3.'���������A Tokio, despatch" gives Tthe!. Japanese total  casualties' at battle -of <Nan Chan  Hill on May 26 as 4304. "_    -  Gen. Stoessel reports to '-St. |, Petersburg from Port Arthur that'  Russian loss at fight' of Kin Chau  was^aoflicers/and 700 killed' or  wounded.  Presistent rumor^are current, in  Liao Yang that another great bat-,  tie is'in progress near Port^Arthur.  Continuous cannonading has been  heard from the south.  a ''An additional force of to',000  Japanese is reported to have landed at Taku Shan. , * o ,''  1 Chinese Junks 'from ", the' rivar  Cha/w'est of Taku Slian, report the  Japanese .captured,, two Russian  oflicers and forty'soldiers' disguised  as Japanese. '"A despatch to a fPar;  is'papertfromTSt" Peters'bu/g says'  the force 'of 3,000 'Russian troops  sent' to .relieve, Port Arthur ,has  abandoned its'"mission because of  the. fall of Kin phou.* v ��������� ,  London,- June 3.���������-The Central  News says ,the' Guirualc Ditalia  has received a telegram from Tokio  saying the Japanese have occupied'  'the first line of the outer fortifications of Port Arthur after a feeble  insistence. , The despatch is not  corroborated.  St. Petersburg, June 3.���������General  Kuropatkin Has, in view of the  necessity of preserving Port, Arthur  as a base for the Baltic Sea fleet  when it' goes -to the east, been  instructed to try and relieve the  fortress but to act with the greatest  caution. i   ,  London, June S.-^A despatch  from Tokio says Field Marshall  Yamagata has been appointed Commander of all the armies in. the  field. He is expected to proceed to  the Liao Tung district shortly.  London, June 1���������A special dispatch  says a telegram has been received from  Tokio. reporting Gen. ICumki has  completely defeated Gen. Ivouiop.it-  kin's forces near Suments.  All the Russian positions cast of  lliiicheng have been abandoned. According to the telegrams several gnus  have been taken and whole squadrons  of Cossacks captured.  St. Peteisburg, .June 1���������An unconfirmed report has reached here from  Mukden that the battleship Fuji is  aground at the Minot-o Island, between the ICwantung and .Shantung  promontory, where she is being guarded by torpedo boats.  Li.ioyiing, Juno 1���������Tlie Japanese  lost two hundred killed and a iinnibei  of horses killed in the light at Vagcn-  fuchu on Monday. The Russians  opened fire at 8 o'clock in   the  inorn-  ,    /  SEEDS  Flower Seeds, yegetable1 Seeds, Grass Seed  Onion Sets.   All the best varieties.,  Garden Tools  ii  q      .Hoes, Rakes, Spades, Porks, Sprinklers,  liawn Mowers, Scythes, etc;  i*  ~McClary's Fampus Stbves, andnCooking ;  .    . Utensils, Stove Repairs. ~.,    '"  Jtope, Niiilbl'Ohiiin, Iron,'Steel, Cutleiy, Rifles,. Ammunition,  ��������� .-s^s=s:li!ifcliingi!,:ick!e,-Window Glass, Paints, Oils,'etc.  I B0tIRlE~BR0S.  Headquarters' for  .Groceries';   Harness,   etc.   - 11  i-<>o-<yo-;ck><K><><><^^  reid &,yqun0;y;  SEASONABLE GOODS "AT     < <   '  ^PRICES BELOW WJrOLESALK COST.    STOCK MUST"*-'  X BE  KEDU0ED.    ������. 9  <'.   ' '  'Colored Muslins-and.Organdies/', r    rf  '      Regular 50c.'and 40c, Sale'price'20C. per yard.   -.  ^  '   '    Regular 20c. and-15c.y "'       "   .8c. per yard. ^  "Mercerized Dress Sateens   ^ y<  '    -   'Regular 25c.,,Sale price 20c.   / /       '%,'    ,.'  Regular 20c.,     '' , s , "     15c." \ \      ]' ~ . ,  ��������� All Wp'ol Cash mere,' 36c'. pe'r_y_ard.___ \_^y-f   -���������'  \fPrjnt in'Stripe-and' Checks^ at 5c per yard.  - Men's  Underwear;   Regular '$1/50   Balbriggan,   Sale  .   ���������   price $1.00..- -,.Boys' Balbriggan^ Underwear 90c.  , a    ,    .per Stilt., , ,   -..   ;   , ' ' ' '  Men's Top Shirts, Fancy 'Silk Stripe Top-Shirt with.,,.  Collar, 75c.     Black,and White Stripe Shirt, good  . - everyday shirt,,75c.     RequeU$i,25 White Shirt'.  Sale price, $1.00.  Boys' Knicker Pants,-sizes. 22 to 32, at 45c.  per pair.  Boys' Wash Suits, all .sizes and prices.  -Men's'-Flannel   Hot Weather  Suits from' $S.oo  per  ���������    stiit'up.     'Men's Odd Pants.      Boots and Shoes.  STOCK NEVER BETTER.  'J--      fcf/   -  hO-0<><><>0-0<H>-CK><><H>0<><KH>^^  You like to Dress  Of course every one does. Hut you want to" do it at  the least possible cost. We make'it-ea-y for yon.  Ask our prices on Clothing and Puiniahings. You  may wonder how we do it but the secret is close buying  from those who sell lowest. The bettci judge you are  of values the moio you will appreciate our prices.  We do  the trade of the  City   in   Men's   Clothing*,  Furnishings,   Hats,   Caps  and Shoes.  Men soon Iind out when their money i-. spent to best  . ad van luge.     That bring.- them to our atoie.  Fresh Groceries, Purest and Best  Have you given us an oidei yet?  Po so today.  (Cuimiiiiii'I mi I'm?'' l-'niir)  MACDONALD & MONTEITH  FIRST  STREET  \\ 'the kootenaj mail  THE WAR  The Nanshan Battle���������Japs Lost  3,500, and Russians 3;000  Men and 70 Guns���������Japs Lose  , Gunboat and,. Two Torpedo  , ��������� 'Destroyers���������Japs Mine Vladivostok���������Dalny Occupied���������  ., ' Russian Gunboat Destroyed.  Tokio, May N2!l.���������The Japanese cas-  ,. uiililies at NansliDn arc now  estimated at ;(,CUO.    And Russians,  at  .'1,000.  The uuitibcr Of Russian .guns  captured exceedh 70. < j  London, May .10.���������Tlie  London pa  [mm speak,in the liighest terms of tlie  ,1apii:iese.    The achcivcme'nt at   Kin'  -  chou they regard us proving the abso-  ' lut'c military equality of the Japanese  ������\vith the best European armies and us  qualifying Japanese to rank as iigrcut  , people.   ., l y  ,    Most-of tbe newspapers  regiud  the  fall of J'ort Arthur to bo now   inevitable,  ���������I in: i'.Ai.'i'K'.(i'i.i:i"1'-  ,     Although   woik   is   being   pushed  ' night una! day to  piepare  the   Uultiii  .., fleet for ' sei'vice,   it,  is  feared   now ii  ',cannot l;e<re.-.dy   to  sail, for   the   l<\-ir  "East befofe September.   The   delay is  con.sideied especially   unfortunate,   in  view of the situation at   Port? Arthur,  where the arrival   of  the   licet   before  the full 01 the   fortress  would compel  the rising of the siege. J    '  Four, " Hamburg-American linens  weie bought by the merchant marine  depititmentaucl .turned over to the  navy for the volunteer /loot.    Twenty  * tianspoits will acc-ompany tlie. Unltic  fleet, coriying coal; and various^ stores.  '    Theie will also be  lepair,  water condensing and hospital ships.'", Altogether sixty-two pennants will go out  un-  ��������� dcr vice Admiral Rojestvensky.  Louden, May 31_���������A despatch to thu  .Central   News'from   Tokvu  siiys^ihc  Japanese enplaned a ciuantity   of powder   and v fifty six    laihvay     cars   at  Luishutun.    The  despatch   also  says  * tiia t the',' a pa nese, after defeating the  Cossacks - ill Aiyuiigpienmen. northeast-of Fengwangcheng. occupied thai  "place, and "leiniorenir.ents ,.were  sent  foi ward to support them.  Mukden, May HI���������Tbe Japanese on  night ol Jla>\ "23 made another ut-  tcinpl to block Poll Aithur. sinking  merchant; vessels in the harbor 'en  trance  gees who continue to an ive here from  the southern part of the laaotung  Peninsula report daily fighting there  and severe losses lor both armies, but  the reports are not confirmed ollicially.  4> *. ' A  CORRESPONDENCE.  The City Council.  Kdiior Koo-i r.s.vv AI .mi.:    ' ,,  Kindly allow a small space in your  valuable pupei 'for a few/facts and  questions. In a pievious issue of 'the  Kooti:nmy Mail, I noticed an editorial telling of what u business council  Kcvclstokc could boast of for 1001. I  wish to draw the attention of'yourself  and ratepayers to a fotv facts in the  interest of the city., Iu the (irst place,  considering the financial condition of  the city, and the very poor, water supply,, why did"'he city fathers go to the  expense of building-a garbage chute  down into the river, while a previous  council cleared and built a road down  to the beach for a, dumping ground ?  Thev also mined a water pipe' into  said clime, and left tbe water running  day .���������mcl night, taking nearly , one-  fom th of'the 'uptown supply. The  niuht of lhe recent lire'u man 'was despatched there 10 shut it oh", in Older'  to get a little niesure.        .   ,    ,  Ke pound- keeper : Can,, you,-Mi-  Editor, inform us of one cily or town  in the dominion who sets* a salary of  $00"per li'onih for their pound keeper?  Can "our city nll'ord it ? , "   '.  lvetituie to' say' the majority erf  'ratepayer-Twill agree witlfine when f  say that theie arc too,many high sal-  niicd ;> en with Utile to ch, and police force'enough for a city' five times  fhe population. '.'  Just a  woid in' reference  to   their  conduct. cPoine time ugo'a couple  of  prisoners were  in ' the  lockup   nearly,  twenty-four hours with nothing to eat  but oatmeal. ' They   asked   an' onicer  in charge for soniothinir. to  cnt'.^   Tlie  ippiv was'. Thcit-'s a   b.ig'of  oatmeal,  > '        .   . * >      ' ���������  i  ilint'.-. amid iMnaii.'h lui" you. ^ ���������  Mr. Kditni. the city   1   uiuk'is'taiid.  puts up SO ceni? pel day for boa id for  each'pri-oner.''  Why   thoulcl   he'not  c.O. n,t lcast'tw icu'per day ?  * 'Another (lav a mini was In ought up  and lined for gelling on   the  sidewalk  by accident, with,his   te-ini     Another  concein, only much laigey, cm   leave  theii huise* and tigs on. the   sidewalk  everv clav   in alio  year.    .Ladies with  Don't Negleet:  ,  Spring Weariness.  t ,    '    4 I i ' "' '' *'        r '      . r  ? Which, is 'Nature's Warning "That _'There' Is''Something  t  e?il  4*  4*  4*  4  4*  Wrong With Your.Health. ���������   Don't .Oppose,  * ���������    hut 'Assist Nature   '.     '".  Authentic "Slaters"  | Build Up,. Get Strong, Nourish-,% Blood,  Tone the Systenl.  FOtjD- TONIC  4������'  4*.  4*  4*  4<  t  t  THE  T  A   Restorative,   Vitalizer   and. Ideal  \Spring Medicine  From the earliest time it h'U been iiniv.M-s.illy acknowledged thai,  the tiansitoi'y'pe'iiod between Winter mid Spring is the seed tune ol ,  disease. ,        ,      ^ , _��������� ,  , v  /     We exercise less, probablv bathe less, in   Winter than in Summer,  &* and, besides, we cover the laxly ,wilb woollens and furs, thus prevent-,  '4i inc ttfc cliininatioii of poisons through the pores'oi the skin.  ^ Here you have the cause of.ynui tiredness.  ������^*'j  ThedilV.'i'C-ntl'iinctinns  'of the body have not lieen active. ', .  % " As a '(.'on-cquence the blood i- 'loaded* with poisons-tbe whole  X .yston is contaminated.with unhcallhy matter. The blood is so poor  X and thin fhnL it cann'ot posslhly no.ui ish the clilVeiont organs, and you.  & lack of strength is'a direct,ivarning of trouble ahead. "    ;,  4������ 11 i* imperative  thai, you  Imild ' up n- '(piicklv' n's possihle. , You  4/ iniwt ineiyase your blood -iipplv ami make it i ich and led.      , "  '     Tli.'"onlv-way .Ibis-can   be d..n.'  N  b'v  using Feri'o/.one. which is.  ������  ,ek.iowk-(lge(Ulo  be l he  nip-t   elTici-i.t' Spi ii.K  medi.-im-  I'ver coni-.t^  Thef e is only one  Slater Shoe.; It is  bran(ded with  lit  three words, "The Slater  Shoe," in a, slate-frame*  ANo, other shoe by any name  without   the   slate   frame is������  real  ieiPfSlioe^!  For Men,  $4,00  $5.00  ,For Women  $3.50'  $5.00 '  '\jrTlwm  G. B: HUME 8c CO., Ltd.  '     REVELSTOKE,,.  B.  O.  ejrt-  (Of*  pounded.1  biibv   cuiiages   and    otherwise   nniH  l     VCSSU1S    111      LllU     nail,..!.      mr I ^ . . ..   ���������   ,n       7  -,    . , ,' ,   lake tbe.street for it. nun orslune.   is  One' .luininesc   gunboat  anil .'--.' . .  . .. ��������� .1...^   K,,j,,,,.,.k    r,,   i.tir  j that business, oi fair play.'.'  anf etc.  *' -\u Obrei ver  two tenpedoboat destiovers weie sun  Vladivostok, June 1���������It is believed'  the Japanese   have  mined   Teter  the'    Great   Gulf,   on   which   ibis 'town   is j  situated, a ta.-k easy of iiccompiK-.il-, Thousands Acquiring the Dope  Habit.  i     The dope habit is being aeqliiied by  1 thou.-anil- oi Canadian= thif ugh using  ment becau-e of the leeent heavy fog-  One small Korean   --ailing   vessel  vv.w  blown up yestoclay. '  Tokyo. June 1���������Koin gunboat.-, two  destroyers and two torpedobont.-, sent  to Poit Aitliur early on .Monday  morning by Viec-Adniiial Togo, effected a caieful ieconi)ai=sanc'e, drawing a  heavy tiie from the land batteries  Thev discouveiecl a new Russian  searchlight station and one or two  new forts on tbc Liaotienshan promontory. Number 3 gunboat was  struck by a shell, .which killed one  petty oflicer, injuied three men and  damaged one of her.guns. The other  boats reaped without any damage. t  - .Tokyo", 'June 1���������The Russians evacuated Dalny so. hastily that they  failed to destroy much property which  will piovc highly valuable to the Japanese. General Oku'.- scouts report  that Viver 100 barrack- and storehouses  remain uninjured. The telegraph stations with -20t) pa-.-engers and freight  coaches, aiea'so uninjuicd. The Russians ilostioved the big pii-rand blocked all tlie dock entrances with the  Eiinken steamei-. They destroyed all ,  the .-mall i.'iilway budges in the -, ichi-'  ity of the docks, but left the jettfn -  uninjured.  It is evi(l"nt that fix; Russians tied  quickly when Nan-han llillvniu lo'-t.  expecting General Oku would immediately take po.-cs-ion of Dalny. All  previon- report-of the  occupation   ot   tho  X  '      .      ������   '" ' ��������� ��������� -   %  The marvelous'purifying and .ionic  properties  of  Fen-o/.onc me ������|������  4*" quickly. MU bcc.iuli' the blood is/it once supplied with the fl.Miii'nts it.'V  4������ needs'to become i-ic-li and i;ed. Tl j������'imnized, vitalized, and rapidly ,{^������  *%>  la-ought to its noiinal strength.     '������������������ , ' ' " <f  "** The very best ingredients for toning up  tbe  system are contained   v  in Fei-ro-/.one, and it  Patients will hear, of something  rto their advantage, by writing  to the Diabetic Institute, St.  s  Dunstan's Hill, London,'E.O. \  NOTHING!  T0; PAY.  - ^ '1  THE'RICHEST IN CREAM-  so-called cure- foi Cat.urh containing  an evce-sive amount of -alc.ihol and  ' othcr/langeiou-'drug- Jlnctors claim  thote l.- only one -afe ami certain cure  for Cntau-h���������fragrant healing catarr-  ho/one vvhieli cure-- Ly medicated  vapor that i- breathed direct to the  =eat of'the din;a-e., Tiw balsamic  vapor oi Caranlif/Mii'.- kills the germs.  heal- =ort"spot-. stop- dn.j>i������ing in the  throat, ket-ps th.- no-e clear-and jier-  i-nanenlly er.idicntf - fvery ''trace of  catairlj fiom tin  o^yne riiii't fail: it  month- treatment  you use il yon arc.siuc to get back your old-time  X -trength and ������pirits.  4i >If von suiter from debility, in-,omiiia, nei'vou^ness, loss of appetite  '4* oranyof ilie symptoms of disordered blood, nul.hiiig will so rapidly  4* rone you up a* this sri-ivl food Ionic, Fiirro/.one., Its record of success;.  4������ ful cuii-, it< ivcoimnend.ition by the public, by druggists and doctors,  4fi couimend-. it to every thinking iiermin. '       "  Vim need  Fei i-ozonc  to   make you  well.    Why not get il. to-day?  oiml by all druggist������:   price .)0c  per  box, or  six. boxes   for $2.50.    By    v  mail, postpaid, to any address, .if price is forwarded to N.'U. Poison <fc *������������  ^* Co..'lCiinr=toii. Out.., or rrartfrird, Conn.. U. S. A. V  X  *t  Sold bv  wmww  ionorrhooa and Runnings  IN 4.8 HOURS.    Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles.  CMicnr  -ystenr    Cata nh  - aii.imniced.  .{1 OH; trial size 25c  : 'Ir.' The Revelstoke Navigation'Co. Ltd  BANKING.  TIME TABLE  (During sea-on of high water.;  The rinpi-ii.il I',ink i- one 'of th'-j  mn-t j.iogii ��������� ive hank-- in the m-t j  Mr. li'iultb' e. iiuiiuigei -.1 the bank'-1  ���������bi.inci. it Tiout Lake i- authoiity for j  "he -tateiiient t'ne bunk will :il-o op.-n j  ,!t I'opl.u  THANKS.  A   ('one-pondeiit   wiite-   lnun   l'< n-  ticlun   ' I t'-ndei Mm my nm-t -hireo  and   lii.ntv   thank-   for   leader in tl"  Kooii nay Man. of Apul 30th, and foi  remark-.    -"   ably   wnttin   up  f.e.iv" Kir.nr-.Mn.K L.isdi.n'g each  TIT.S1>AY A.VO FRIDAV at 0'a. m.  Leave f^A I'oirri-. each  TU'KSUAY AXD I'RIOAY.ifip in,  .-'i'KCIAL TRIP.^ will be made-be-  tiM-en date- of legnlar .-ailins; when-  (.-,-ei l,ii.-ine-- offered wanants .-nmo.  'lb  i ii'   Cunijiiiny  f'Iiaii'_-e linn- .mi  r������:-er'. (���������  day- ..i  the   iiyhf to  -��������� lililie Wltll-  A.  notice.  Kt.ii:.-L\Mi  M.i ���������'tei  c  ii ii.\cni:i:  f'ui-ei.  the town were uls-e.  Tokyo, .fune I.���������The Ru������sians (lent royed the gunboat ii'rd nt 'JJiilien-  wan ii'iiniiat the  .I..p,-i!-,.'r(!, left during  Wc.iko need a  eontinii.niee  oi   -neb  i-i '  well-written   rcni.uk- t" eiiliirliten th>-|  public, and   of lh(- opinion- evp������-������cd  -o   thorougblv   and    etfeetually.   thaf  WOOD.  l-f;ivinc( takt-n over the  business of \\i Hemin^  wood  I urn  the battle of Xan-biiu Mill. i our liberal-progre-ive   p'.liey   vvill I-'  .r.U'A.N'iisi. ahvanoi:. je���������inethiit  of   Ihe   gic.it   parry  to   l������  St.  Petersburg, May   '���������'���������().���������The   war ' relurnol to powci   a- -oon ;i- it i-  oliice has  received  the  following des-i--il ^      __  patch     from     General    Kuropatkin.' out   all  such   unworthy   proceeding-j Wood    at    .{>200    J  under today's date: | that have ruined the lin,ncial -tiH" of! (Jrf]f.rs |,.ft fll VV. M. Lfiwrcncft,  ���������'I received   this morning  n   ropoit j alVaii- foi  yea.-   pa-t and  barod out   j|.irdwar(1   Store.   W ill receive  saving that   tbe  Japane-e advance on ! the emabli-d.ment  ol   home-and hon-  Kwaii Tien has begun from Saimats/.a    orable -cttlen from ente.ing ni.on th  by tbe vote of p��������� c, a.,d'c.ush \ prcpnrcflto f.Ilordcrs for Mill  all   hik'Ii    unworthy   proceeding-j W''ood    at     $2.^0    lH:r    loilC:  The number   of   the   enemy   is   not  known."  fNiuchvvang, June 1.���������Morning rcfu-  thoiiiiuid-t of acie- of land waiting to  produce good results and build up the  solid prosperity of R, C." );  prompt attenrion.  Terms strictly C. O. H.  SWAN  CARLSON.  /ffirsr.^   toNrrfGJu -r.~'  NOW IN ITS 39lli YEAR  The luadi'nff minincr periodical of ihe  vorhl, with the **tioimc-*t eihtori il ^t.iff o!  any tt;clinic.i] pcblic.itioti.     l t  Subscription   SS.flt)   n   ye ir   {iiiciiiclin^  U, S., C.in.idiiin, Me\ic;in post ii;e I  Sample copy free. Send for Hook, dialogue.  The Engineering and Mining Journal  261 Broadwflj, New York  stle's  IW> million tins sold in Great Britain in 1H0U  'FiilPsixc 1-lb. tins 20c. each.  The Leeming Miles Co., Limited  Agents,  Montreal  T. L. CIGARS  The hit that crowned 51 ike Casey's name  That scored the run that paved the game  Ranks far beneaib this HIT of fame  The bit of the Famous T. L. Uioaii  As good as a homer  With three men on bases  WIIRIE  DOMINION WIRE ROP!  CO., Ltd., Montreal  Manufacturers  <  Wire Rope.       Hoisting,  I .any s  li nclena round  O  Mining  and  aulagci   and   Colliery  Galvanized   Wire   Rope.  Representatives, Cunliffe & McMillan,  Stock carried in Rossland.  Rossland, B! C.  PEOPLE LIVING IN HOUSES  Am InlerMUd to know th* best ������nd ch������ap������������t wmr to ,le<-or*l<! th������ w������ll������ of Urine roonu    Nothlns comparoa with  CHURCH'S   COLD   WATER  In point ot Llmpnim. /owl InokB or durability, (or tho wall* of ������nr building  Imtni^tlfn took, li' .wily done .  ALABABTINE l������ not a kali'iRilne, but ������ penn������ncnt coHiilj    Sold by hirdw������re and paint dcalcn! OTcrywuert.  V*iu������blo iiilvriiiation \>r re'"rn m������il if ������uu "'"������������������ "������������������   AJll���������������������  The AUBASTIHE CO.,, Limited,, PARIS, OWT.  Anyone c������n do plain tinting   Artistic decoratlnC!*'"' thoaidof our  l'icV������i������������ only-neTer sold In bulk. THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  J.   SAMSON  J Painter, Paperhangor, Sighwritep  '"    KALSOMINTNG   DONE.  Orders receive prompt attention.   '  ���������Second street,     '-'    REVJOLSTOKE  HENRY'S NURSERIES  '   3010 Westminster Road.  Thousands of Fruit and  ,   r Ornamental Trees !' '  SIMIOZKIIE  KURTZ &C0'S CIGARS  The Best on1 the Market.  KURTZ'S OWN      ,  ,KURTZ'S PIONEER ���������' -    _ '  KURTZ'S SPANISH BLOSSOM  are Brands that can't be beaten.  MADE BY,UNION LABOR.  Rhododendrons, Roses,  ,,'. 'Greenhouse and iliirily'I'liints;' , ���������  nomo-Qrowii nnd Imported   .   *  (Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  ,    '   ;   , For Sp'ring'Plimting.,,    -    '���������  Eastern prices orjess'.    - White labor.  '     'FERTILIZERS.'    \  JBee: Hives .and''Supplies.  ' ��������� "\   Cut Flowers uud Designs. '  ���������IF  VOW  WA������TnTO   KVOlV     '  WHAT  AILS  YOU  th������ U. S. mall will bring you the bent medical  advice (or only the cost of writing    ,   '  materials and stamps.  ���������Catalogue fiee.1 "   '    '   '  M.' J. HENRY,  -*  Vancouver,' B. O. ���������  'WOOD YARD  ���������'l have started a' permanent, Wood  Yard on'Third street. Witlfmy past'  ^experience I hope to'die in a- position  "to satisfy all requirements of custom.  ��������� pi's, Mill and cord wood supplied in  any lengths at reduced prices for cash-'  ',     v '       ���������'     li. SAMSON.  and Saiice  'S  i "    Retail by a]l Grocers.   Wholesale by f  R!P.Rithet&Gp.,Ltd  FARM AND  ORCHARD.  0  W. A. McDonald  . " -PLASTERED &, BRICKLAYER  REVELSTOKE     -  'The only first-class plasterer in'town.  Let me know'youi- requirements'.   A  ���������Carload of Lime just imported. '"A Carload of Brick under order.'  )  Many people' owe   tlicir'pie.-ent   good  health to the fact lliat they consulted Dr  Pierce by letter, giving liiiu all possible in-  formation about their condition,.symptoms  etc., and received in return Rood medical  adviccui/ticlt cost limn'nothing.   Write to  Dr. R. V. I'ieice, founder of the Invalids'  Hotel nnd Surffic.-il riistiUitn. Tinfialo, N. Y.  Dr. Pierce by no means confines himself  to prescribing his,well-known  medicines.  He tells you in  the most common-sense  way what ails yo*u,,wliat you ought to do,  what-line of treatment should be followed  out in your paiticular,ca&e, and if yourciise  does not indicate the need for this proprie-  ' tary medicine,  he tells 'you   plainly and  t, frankly what you do need, and the best  , possible method of inipioving your health.  Dr. Pierce'treats many chronic cases nl a  dktancc'tMiougli the mail and all you have  to do is to write him youi symptoms.  I   "During my two years of married life I have  not hail good health," writes Mrs. Daisy Stud-  dnrd, of 60S S. Esplanade Avenue, Leavenworth,'  Kans.   "I was all run duwn, and mv husband  ffit me to write to Dr. I'ierce.    I got nn.cnrly  reply telliiiK me what the trouble was.   I commenced taking Dr. I'icrce's, Favorite Prescription, and also the 'Pleasant Pellets,' and now  can say that I feci like .1 new woman.   I do all  my woi and do not feel lired out like I used to.  I nave taken eight bottles of the 'Favorite Prescription,'   It makes one feel well and strong."  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure dlzxi-  nei>s and sick headache.' '  "    (  ESTl_AlBXJISI3:EID, 1894  v-  t  ���������  Subscription, $2.00 Per Year  Published Weekly on Saturday by  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Co., Ltd.  Steam Printers  and Publishers  Dealers in  Printing and Wrapping Papers  and Paper Bags  Loose Leaf Account and Duplicate  Counter Check Systems  Agents for Tengwell and Opalla  Patented  Loose Leaf Files, '   :  .Ledgers and Billing Systems  Phone No. 13  P. 0. Box No. 70  <H><><KH><>-CK>0-(>6-<  ORANfiE  ���������  THE'LATEST AND GREATEST., ���������,  BREAKFAST FOOD  j      V r ,) i i r    i     r l ' ' '  Beats them all.   Requires no. Cooking..-'  ' -   ���������      "' All" ready to eatV    "v  'GOOD HEALTH" is priceless,  f  Adulterated teas< its enemy.  Ceylon  Tea  is  your .safeguard;  :       being absolutely pure.  Sold only in sealed lead packets.    -By all Grocers.  MTENAY ENGINEERINGrWORKS,  fYFOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS,  Manufacturers* for the *   <;   -*       ,      ������  .  ST t '  CrawfoVd,Double Hope Aerial Tramway System, Limited  - REPAIRING AND., JOBBING A SPECIALTY'   -       ; - -   t  c Marine, Mining niul Mill Machinery," Ore Curs, Buckets, Tanks,  Etc. Iron unci Brass Casting. A complete stock of Shafting,  Supplies. Fittings. Etc., always on hand. Estimates for all  classes of work furnished upon application. Mail oidors receive  prompt and careful attention.    Scrap Iron bought by the carload  Office and Works:       ,L  Foot of Park,Street  B. C.-TRAVIS, Manager,  P. 0. Box 493, Nelson, B C.  zdzrizntk:  PERFECTION   COCOA  , j  It is absolutely pure  COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE ICINGS,  CREAM BARS, ETC, ARE VERY CHOICEST QUALITY  The COWAN CO., Limited, Toronto  ^BerlinerGran^phona  Melody  aIld Mirth  i  During the L-ong  Winter Evenings  witb  The Berliner Gram-o-phone  Winter's dreary evenings lose their monotony, and you  have a constant source of pleasure and profit in a Gram-  o-phone. It .will tell you funny stories or sing "Coon  Songs"���������if you feel humorously inclined. If you want  to dance, anything from a two-step to a minuet���������awaits  your pleasure or that of your,friends and neighbors.  It will play BUttterpieces of the Piano or Organ ; Solos by famous violinists,  m^i.W*%?**i������ player. -, Kiye you a Itand Concert bv So������sn s or the  Coldstream Guard*" Band or the Bagpipes ; sine or talk, which you will.  Prices of Gram-o-phones  <&1^ frf~k   &A/%  complete with 3 Records  V1^   l^   *P*7~r  Guaranteed for five years.   " ������ is maAe In Canada."  Sold   on  ������m*T monthly payments   if desired.    Write  for particulars, Catalogue and list of Records.  Manufactured by  E. BERUNER, 2315 St. Catherine Straat, Montroal.  FOR SALE BY  Hard Eastern Winter���������Serious  Damage to Orchards.  ' ' The Into severe winter  in   the cast  played frightful  havoc  with 'the  orchards of Ontario,  Quebec,.and   tlio  Maritime'provinces.   Reports  sent in  to the Fruit division  of  tho  department of agriculture show 25 per  cent  of nursery'stock and trees under four(  yours to have been destroyed by  mice.  Apples and  pours  were' seriously  injured-along  tho  northern  border of  tho fruit belt,   Tho Baldwin,  Crooning, Ontario, Spy and  Blenheim havo  boon killed in places  whero thoy  are  usually considered hardy.    '      ', <<,  ' Tho   Flemish   Beauty   pear 'again  provo'l one of  the  hardiest of good  varitics.   '  ''     V  .Plums wore killed in somo 'heavy  plum-producing'section's, and '-in all  probability the buds arc so seriously  injured everywhere ,as to louder,, a  heavy,crop improbable  Reports from Essex  peach  district  show 50 per cent of trees  killed  out--  right.   Niagara district1'is not  so  severely injured. rTho Crawford   proved-  particularly tender.  ,   Cherries are also injured severely in*  bud. ',      V   '     .  - xoti:s. '  i - **���������  Q. II. Lcfroy is subdividing his r.mcli  near Vernon   into   ten-acre   lots, for  sale for .fruit-growing etc. ���������    . *  The idea that tho .Northwest cannot  grow apples seems about'to be dispelled. .The Duchess oi Oldenburg and  Translucent varieties arc doiug well at  Medicine Ifat. '] ���������     ' I  u 'A new'and promising era of immigration is about to bo inaugurated in  the Kamloo'ps district with the completion of tho Fruitlarid Irrigation enterprise. c Sometime in July-it is hop-  ccLthat work on the remodelling and  reconstruction of the main canal, 18  miles'in length will be'finished. With  this end in view a large force of^ car-  'pcntors and laborers are strung v along  the ditch and three camps have been  established. , After months of patient  effort, fraught with many tabulations  and the expenditure of fully $150,000  thciCnnndian-1 Ecu! Properties, Ltd. is  now entering upon the realization of  its undertaking in the settlement'of  0,000 acres of semi-arid land���������land  that in past1 years, for lack of water,  was .practically-valueless except for  the scant pasture it might afford during a limited season.  look is for a fairly good piping season.  Had Micro,been heavy' spring  rains a  really good season 'could have been ex-.  pocted, for with tho melting'of th$  snow tlie reservoirs would have Aileif.  Tho grand total of the tonnage sent  out from Boundary mines now  lacks  but a fow tons of being 2,000,000  tons '  of ore,   At the very conservative, valuation of ffi-'i a toil, that 'means a , production of $ 10,000,000  in   metals  m'  this district,in fivo years.���������Sun.   .<   '  A, If, Wilcox brings in good reports  of  tho   appearance of  the   ICoystono  mine; on which ho is doing dpvolop-  niont work 'for   tho   now   company.  The station has boon cut and   a  shaft  is to be started.    'Some  lino samples  ,  of'ore have been brought in  from', the,  property.       <  John Keen, who lakes a public-spir- '  itod interest in any movement calculated to advance tlTe best' interests pi  tho'iiiiiiing,industry, has offered tho  Foplar proapeotor.s'if they will get together a'big sample of" tho gold-bear- "  ing schists there ho will have it trcat-  edlit Spokane.at-his o.ivn expense to  ascertain its value. '< <  Capt. Morrow, of tho Revelstoke and"  McCullough  Creek   Hydraulic   'company, arrived from Duluth and left by  Tuesday's steamer  in   company  with'  J. D. Sibbald, tho -managing director,  and W. M. Brown, one  of  the. dircc-'  tors,of  tho  company,   to  visit,  their   *  propcity.-, Tho'-dynam'o  was got' in  after n'lot of trouble  and  operations  will'I'O curried oii'niglit and day'! t .,'  The Sloc.in Star has started its'con- ,  CPiitrator and is in'full operation with  the  best' results.     $15,000  has  been .  spent in remodeling  tho  plant.    Tho   -  mill is now   provided ' with' four  free  vanner's and four Wilfly tables; ^Four'  cr mp.irtinont jigs have also been ' provided to separate the  zinc  from   tho",  lead.  'The mine has large zinc reserves and considerable future profit is an-'"  ticipated from this asset.' * *'  ' <    ' POLITICAL.  Rev. 15. C. Taylor has, resigned, as  Presbyterian minister at Albcrni and  will' be liberal candidate for that seat  in the event o! \V. W. B. Mclnncs being made judge. .   ���������-'   ;     ���������     ^   ,  A Victoria telegram says('of the  al-'  leged breach of faith with the-liberals  over the date for ��������� Kaniloops bye-election :���������",'     l  Did You Get Up Tired?1  At this season tiredness fastens itself even upon the healthy and strong.  If not feeling well you should build  up. get more blood into your veins, increase your , store of nerve energy.  Wh'iit you need is that rebuilder and  tonic, Kerro/.onc, which contains the  strengthening elements your system  needs. Fcrrozonc makes flesh, nerve  and muscle;gives you appetite, abundant energy, buoyant spirits���������in short  Ferm/.onc assures health and cos-ts  50c. at all druggists. Get Fcrvo/.onc  today.  THE MINES.  Olo Sandborg intends resuming  work on the Wavcrlcy iitim early date.  Ole Sandbcrg,' who now controls the  Lanark, intends doing some development on that formerly productive  mine.  Mr. ITodgc, of Ferguson, says the  stamp mill of the Great Western  mines near Ferguson started on the  21th for the first time and operated  in a manner satisfactory to the engineer in charge.  At a depth of 50'feet in the shaft of  tho Swede group a load-of iron was  encountered. This lead is from 10 to  18 inches wide and carries gold visible  to the naked eye. Xo assays have yet  been made from1 it.  Thc.Sandon Standard says:���������'��������� ff  the freight rate to Antwerp from the  Kootenay can be brought to tho same  figure as the rate from Load vi He' to  Antwerp, viz : $8 per short ton, the  future of zinc mining is assured. " ���������  Placer ground near Otter Flat in  the Similkameen district is causing a  little excitement, though the, extent  of territory is not sufficient to warrant a rush of any size. The values  are principally in platinum, which  has long been  found  in  the  district.  Information from Bullion is to the  effect that, although there has been  no rainfall there this spring, the  out-  " McBridc's trickery  is condemned  on all sides, many prominent supporters of the government bitterly . decry-'  ing his action, which is calculated to.  bring dishonor upon the Conservative  party as a whole. "  Says - the Nelson Tribune :���������" The  sooner the Liberal-Conservative party  in British 'Columbia'is freed from the  McBride incubus, the better itLwiM be  for the Liberal-Conservative party in '  British Columbia."       "���������  "There can be no disputing the fact  ������thc Laurier ministry   has  done  more i  for labor than any  other  administration that Canada has had."���������World.  The Rossland Miner says of Premier  McBridc's alleged broach of faith in  springing the Kaniloops ' bye-election :_������ Perfidy of McBride in this in-,  stance is the most glaring instance of  bad faith ever known in B.C. politics."  U. A. Mullins.Conscrvative, and ex-  M. P. P. for Mussel, in an open t letter  addressed to S. L. Itead, Liberal federal candidate for Marquette, says1 he  will in futur.i support sir Wilfrid  Laurier on account of the Grand  Trunk Pacific. ITe says it is a neces-  sity for the 'west and ho recogni/.cs  the fact that the bill will die if tho  Conservatives are returned to power.  l-Io also praised the government's immigration policy. The letter, following closly on a similar epistle from J.  IT. lfaslam, Conservative candidate  for Selkirk at the la=t election, has  caused 'considerable excitement in  Manitoba.  .     LUMBERING.  Manitoba people evidently think the  conditions of the lumbering industry  in British Columbia are allright, for  they are building at Vancouver a mill  with a capacity of 1.00,000 ft. a day.  B. C. lumbermen complain that the  C. P. fl. will not allow them to place  advertising posters on the cars which  they hire and pay for, but will haul  over their road American cars plastered with the advertisements of the  firms whose freight they carry. Thus  does a Canadian road discriminate  against Canadian manufacturers in  favor of American enterprises.  THE GREEN ROOM.  June 11th.��������� Columbian   Comedy  Company.  ,'   r*  '     ,,-     f  K ' ,������T  U._ I' I  , THE .KOOTENAY MA.TL.  Xfbe/IRootenas ilfoatl  ,   t< ruHLisirreii Saturday. ' '  -- , '' f1     ���������AT���������     /1 ;  ,{ REVELSTOKE. B.C.,.  Subscription' Trlco,' $2.00 ,Por   Annum  1 'Pf  lAIJVKRTISING    HATKS    on,    ftPD Mention  CluuiKoR in i-ttiimlliW JMlvortlRomotifcH iijiipt  no In'by U a. in. Thursday of oiuili week to  ,        Hvuni-o koixI dUlilny.   SliimtliiB uclvurlMi h'  >,iiiattoi- wlllliooliimired iwloiui month Willi-  '    out   oxlra   dim bo      Kor inoro  fi'uiiiiont  "       ulloi-alloiis tlio lliui! oucuiiloil  In "(fi'   h  'Miuio Will lie ulmiwdiit Uhiuil raloH. Casual  ',      HdvoilihliiKWlll lio received up lo I0rii,ni.  k   on Snl unlays.       ��������� , '    '  JOll I'lllNTlNO prompt ly oxuouted at roaHOii-  alilo intoiv,   ' i "A','  TKKMS���������Cusli. {Siilisei-iplloiiH'piiyiililo In uil-  ,_��������� i viiiieo. . ���������' i  '   ' ���������   , t  COIUtl'lSI'ONIJKNCIO Invited,'on niiUtiira of  , pulillo luloi'ost. Comti iii ii Iciitloim to l'.dl-  K tor muttt bo iicooiiipiuilod iy 'jaino of  wi-lloi-. not iiouijswu-ily.foi' pulillaiitloi, but  ��������� iiHovliluiicoofKWl faith. ,(Jon;e<|ioii(loneo  ' 'should bobi-lol and imisl. loucli llio ollloo  by \Vciliit)Hilny,uvuiiliiB.,  Addi-OHH '  r    ', , ,i (     ^   -  '"' Tiui Koothnay, Ma.il,'  Vhone No. W. >'       Revelstoke, B.C.,  Woreciuostoui- numerous poadops to  '        favor us with tholP assistance In  '       maklnK thoKOOTENAY MAIL tho  most valuablo  aclvortlslnH' medium . In' tho Kootonnys by g-lvlng'  "' tho profoponce, when making- pur-  ��������� >'���������' 'chases' to"  those,Hpius who "ar-o  f,     ros-ulap advertisers In tho KOOT-  ^ -"'  BNAY MAtL. -   '    '    'r' * vf'  'y   ,">',      ' ������<|L.|'|>V AOKN'TS," ,"    '  ' "Copies or$TiiK 'llAft' may bo oblaliicffioin  Hie followilit' city agent*:      ,   ��������� ,    L i, >*  ,.'  BiivkiA'I'oi'ci:���������'Canada' Uitu(r& Upon Co.*  fn',l,'\\Mii-;Nsp'r,    y\     f '  "PXy ,- rPP.m"fiX*'P^'\ ��������� y. *-'r  J,A,  1JUCKIIA.M  5?  *!.,  Nakjuhi-M. S. Mumaoy.  _ KAMLllo'l'S-SMlTII   Hl'P������-  '   ,    r  < Ahmm uo.no-1''. \ror.i-i:.voi:.v.��������� -l,~  ' v.\ncoovi:i<-Oai.i.owav & l'o,Mi'.uy\.  "    ",.,_ LONDON' (KNUbAND) AGKNOV. -" v  f '"OiiirICiitslt-'h oiltc-usaro'nUJO KlcuI.Bti-oot.-l.on-  tloiiKt;, where Mi*>is. IC. & .1.1 lardy ^ Co.  wi 'icioivui lor ������s Knglt-h news, bUhsci-lpUons  and.u^ei'llVe.nc'.iU and whoio a lllo Is kepi ol  UilrfiuU'oi- for tlio.use (freop! charge) of any of  ������o   ��������� iculeis vlhitliifc' London nnd ilcMroiis of  ' "ocliiiT tlio, Inttat Issue possible of his or lior  local paper. , -     ,      *    ,    r'      ���������  EA & ,r..UARDV,& CO. ,  *       -   llOJIE AND -COLONIAL., ,    "  ,'   ,     ,     ADVJBIlTIrilNCL l'RESS AND*, >  '> 30 Fleet Street,     Z i"  ' London, Knoland.  ,'.    , CANADIAN  I3t;SlN'lSSS A &I-HC1ALTY.  1 , ' P    j   r> ANn.fTNKHAM,  UAKHIHTlillth.'SoLlOI'luftS, 1STC.    ^  ' OKIflOHS :  ' Mol.SO.Nd    13.VNICBI.0CIC.    HBVKI.-  ~- ,     8'1'OICl^ D.rC. , * -   ..  *   Money lo loan."     *>,    ."'.,'    '      -,     ���������- ..,  "  ���������i" OIUee^atevuKloke, 11. C-. Koi X, Steele, 11. C.  '  Tlio rcnei'voir will be built on the  mountain f-iclc,', behind   \V.  Fiom-'  in^'*?,r at an approximate olovation  of 200 feet above thy.level  of* 2nd.  street at tbe City'fHall.   This resei-  .voir will have a'capacity  of 50.000  gallons.    From tlio 'ropoiwoir a ,12  inch miiin'will bo ;nin ' to  connect  it with,'tliecifv wtilor'supply'system  nl Second street anil iMcKon/.io Ave.  'This 'pipe 'will  'bo/1800   feet ,in  lcii'glli.itnd \vill'give(a  pressure of  90 lbs. to the square inch, which is  consiik'1'od'tb bo tho ' best practical  'pressure'for  lire;purposes. , \Vith  tliitfnll.oLthe pipo liiie frojn J3ricl������o  Ofook it. is ostiiiialed. the'"proposed  system will given supply of ,300,-  000 gallons' per 2-1 hours and that  this pipe line - would   be "sullicienl!  to provide ii  supply 'and "pressure  for lire purposes oven ' in llio event  of the reservoir being 'exhausted.';  ' It'is iulmiUod'a larger .reservoir  would be'tlosiriible.but that' means  a largely ine'reaho'd cost  for  which  pi-ovifcfoiv'cou'ld'jiot'wol't be'.iiiaile ;ii  present,'" 'i'be' proposetl, works .will  cost,bclween $7000'and ,,$8000;for  which.Uie ciJLyJ"proposes to  provide  from tl'iis 'year's _tiixess- and ;water  revenue'. "The work will Be pushed  to  completion L willi. all "'possible  speed,      \T   a������   " y *,    .   > ,-  the, Best,Laxative Sold .   ,  ���������   *,       i*r--r'-      - -- -, !r,  .Is Or, H'limilton's Fills of j\landrakc  and Butternut, which' relieves consti-  palion, headache tiiid "livcr.complaint  'in'aj'ew hours. .Very lmkl'Vet'certainf  ���������Use only Or. Hamilton's'Pills/- Price  2f)i!,  ,    .' i *       '   i     , i -���������    ,  '~  u   ,  <     .'���������*    7    .. '������������������������������������������r.      ,. !,.  Y<  THE WAR.  (Coulinued fiom Piiko Ono.)  H'  * a,  GKO. SrJICOAHTBH.  ' A. M. HlNICIIJ.M, '  n  -���������'    Itcvolxtoke, 13. C;  J. A.  HAItVKY, '  fori Steelo, 11. O.  i :\'01 IN- fil'ANN1NG,"SCpTT ''B.  A..  ���������J.M,.;ucy"       -.; "���������._-    ,r .  -VT"^-/  *   -^     fSh. if   "w f ���������        ������r(.   {       t i  F'u-.-,tStivi'l.     '.' Kevi'lhloUe,  B.CJ.  E  DWAKD A.  HACK! EN,  ,- Misinci  Rnginkf.u,  IMoin. Ainei-iean lintaute JlinlUK Ki>h'im-ei-l  (Jlom. Canadian Minium Institute.)  R.EVKLSTOK1Q.  Ij. 0>  E\.amiiiation ol  and reports on  MtnerA.1 I'io  r      ^    . pertie-, a Specially.  '-y   CORRESPONDENCE.^  a     '     "> '   '������������������  ''������������������   '.**,',. r  i    i      .       y^   i      ������ I* <   H *  Albert Canyon School.,   .  Editor 1vOOi-i:nay JIaii..,  .'   ,  ,tj    .        _       :*  p,i;l���������I notice an'Mtum in'your i>Sue  i'if 'Mayv.SStli,^ which   contradicts   a  statement hi iwiiq'of, Jltiy 7th regard  ing.troiiblo .in 'A H/qrtCanyon school.'^  -"in all 'tail-new, to  die corretpyndbnt  and for the liCinSlit. of the partie.-.  win)  have heen   otherwise hi fori mil  or ,do  not uiulei^tand-lhe ciinditioiiscxjUjng  here, I -wish , t'o ^ihto 'thcroJiaV been  'ti-uiilile  iiLVclioof here.'', Tlfpae's'laic'-  ment- I challenge'your informants to  contradict ovei\their/own signature.  ,  Thanking   you'   for   your' valuable  ,       ' ��������� ��������� ���������* * i   ,   '  space, I ^remain, ,      < <  , . Yours truly   ' ���������������  A Ti:u.-Ti:i:.  XTbelkootena^/IDaijl  SATURDAY, .TL'^K -1, 1901.  WATER SUPPLY.  City Council-Resolve On  Putting In High*Pressure Service , From  Bridge  '    Creek:  The recent tire emphasised the  necessity for a better water supply  for the protection of 'the city, and  ,the city council have taken.prompt  .-���������tejiff to secure one. A meeting of  the Fire, Water, and light committee was held last week, and resolved on recomnionding that fchf former plans proposed by the Water  ,and Light Company, to bring in a  supply from Bridge Creek, be gi*--  en effect to. a.- it is- helic-ved tlii.-  will aiii-wer the rwpiiremeiits of the  city for the present.  A ,-pecia! meeting of theroitncil  wri^held Saturday night at which  the committer:'-* was adopted, and  it was decided to instruct Mr.  Smith, P. L. >S. to put in the grade  stakes for the pipe lino immediately so that the tenders may be called for the work. Mr. Smith has  been engaged upon it this week.  'The plans proposed involve the  laying of  7,500 VKivr of put. lint.  From Bridge Creek to the reservoir  This pipe will be eight inches in  diameter and it will start from a  point on Bridge Creek about 500  feet above the level of tbe C. I'. R.  track.  (  An Armstrong Grievance. '  IMiu.r Koorr.N.u Mail:  .Sti;.���������Allow me'tlirotigh your valuable paper to again correct a glaring  misstatement i"i the Kdn'ograph. ^ I  C la lined iiuvtmy lsi~t letter that wo  shipped iii-ii-e pioducts yf the di.-rrict.  and accord ing to their rk'ure- we did,  as 3GS-1 ton:; of their export-was wheai-  irmund in tran-it. Ami also they  clai'm 2-22 ton.- of apple- in-fca<l <>f '22  tons." Tin- n'jayoniy he a nii.-print.  hut it again sbovs hViw iIip new guy  witli, the   L"'.very  ing and after J wo hours and a./half  long'range lighting the' Japanese linden Generalv-rAkkiama' prepared to  cluirgo.andfcrush.tlie force which, had  boon harassing the'irTfor'< twenty-one  days, ,,'ln the meantime Oo'neral Sam-  fjonofV was 'appi-o'iichin'g'���������Yag'onfuchu  w,ith'a force of cavalry,, , ' , ' '  , ' It wa's'a'sij;ht wo'rth seeing wlicn'at  tho< Woi'd .of coijiniiincl tliej Uu'ssiaiV  K)iindr6ns formed' aVush like a whirl-,  Wind across the terribly cut ^country','clearing awn/all obstacles, the  butteries'at,rtho sumoffimd trotting  along tho terrible roads.; 'Having pas.-  soil tho railroad station the* troops  came under'tli'o lire of 'the Japanese  miichino guns,*but .withdrew'^without  Hull'oi'ing much loss." The'Fourth and  sixth Companies of the Bighth Siberian .Cossacks" furiously chartred, the  Japanese cavalry,^with lances, attiick-  iiTgboth* (lanks.   ,ln  a'few   minxes  thov litcntfly cut/the whole 'sfpintlfpn  . -    '. -    j     '  ''   -    i  into oioces.t ' r" , ,y-'    . ~   ,      '  t .Chefoo^ J line* 2���������The .Japanese land  attack ut'j'ort Arthur  was begim yes  torday1 nioiyiing *.Kussiiin':forccs"! that  ivei'C   driven' southward froin'Danly  and Kiiichaii ty (the Japanese^ nro^as-  sistin'g the 'garrison-at-fl'drt  Arthur,  and  the'Russian navy  has  joined .in  ,the movement to repiilscitheienemy.  'Theie may be,'several days of skirmish-  pig'and outpost-work-before the" Russian city "is tiik'eii.but it is the opinion  of."the refugees who have  arrived here"  from   the  beseigccl/' Gibralter" .that  the  Russians 'will   eventually   must'  succumb to overwhelming numbers.  Demand for Now Scale Williams  ��������� ... -r ,'���������.������', \ y  1    Pianos not confined to Canada'   *  J     _    v , :., < i     rfl  '    Among recent shipmenls of tIip|r'Ncwt  Scale Williamspiano!,rtho Williams Piano  Co.) Limited,   Oshawa,'li.-tvo shipped a .  very choice piano to Mr. J. K. C. lioney-  m.-ui,   Deputy������ Minister of   Ag-ricultuVe,  Reyina.'N. W. T.,; one to Johannesburg,  "South Africa, another to punedin,"Ncw.  Zealand, showing that the -demand for  these artistic instruments is not'confincd  to any JonV country,-but isAV-orld-wide."*"  Artists andfconnoisseursVecognize their  very   fine  tone  qualities  as well as  the  *' excellent staste displayed, irf the  design',  arid case construction. , It is pleasing to  '���������note that this  high grade piano is being  , appreciated abroad as well as at Jiome,  demonstrating clearly thehigh,standing  of the instrument.     ,    '       "'  The New Scale"Williams ista piano  n-hich has been constructed along entirely  new lines and possesses so many advan- ,  tages over other makes that it is well  worth "one's while calling at the local  -.varerooms' to examine them. ' The  Williams Piano Co., Oshawa, publish  three booklets on ^the history and con- ,  struction of a piano, which can be had  direct by mail on application, or from  the local agents of this celebrated piano.  ���������Pianos kept in  stock by Revel-stoke  In.iiirance Agency, Limited?1 "  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  " Royal Mall Linos.      ' <  '   Cheapest Route to tho Old Country.',  ALLAN LINE���������taom Montreal.    .   "  Ionian.' ., ���������������������������'���������'���������",...'J������nu 1(1  Uiiviu-liui..'..', -���������' i*......... Juno 1,  Tuiitninu;,:..'.. ..iub i  '' *     DOMINION LINK-Kroin Mon'li'eiil.   ���������' .  Doniinion..'..',, .."...'*. - j'"J������ }'  ,lJnlill)i-oniiiu.... VV," i   !������������������>?  V'liiiiuln .' ' ,*\,.,'.',,,111110 ill  , Vancouver ., '"-~ ;���������'������������������ ',ll,>.���������,  'OAN.l'AC. ATLANTICS.S.-Krom Montreal.  Lnko Clminiiliiln  '." ','"'j1,!!!!?,,:!  Li.ko Mnnltoba .......J...'..'.'..V..,.'.... ..lun') ���������������)  "   vAJI13KIOANiiLINK-I,'i,o'ii"iNoW Yol'U.  >st.-l'aui..,:,...  I'hlliutulplila,  at. Louis...j..  (ji'i'iiiilnlo   June 11  ,,,,,, ,.' '.Juno IS   ;,', ,-, ,,111110 2.1  "';���������'���������/'!���������,"������������������ ;,"ll"y-  ��������� ,\\'irrJ'K STAR LINK-Kroin New York. ���������  ,,.,', ,,���������i���������        ... /, J lino 8  CUNAHl) LINK-from Now York. '     '  i'hiiii'in ���������< *   .....' ..-.....!." ,UI1U "  uiuijiia. .,.������...,. ......."*" i,,,,��������� iu  rt���������,,,,���������,,,ti,     ., '\,,,,...,,...���������.i.,iiino la  L Hill PJUIUl... ���������'        V, linw, ''.',  iroMii'i,        ... ...........<.��������� ��������� ..niiio-''  J'rfll  UI  III.  .  ,   I   ���������  .  ��������� I  ......  II  ������������������   . . ,y  * .....i,I,i '   .JIIIIUJo  Aiuuniii. ���������        i..!...,  Liu-nnhi'. '.: ��������� ul5 ;  YHuHhOiiKorsllekuled tlit'OUKli to nil purls ol  tlrual I ���������Tt.iin and Ii-olii.iil.and at Biiooiu ly low  ratei to all parts of  lhe Kuropeuii ooiillnoni.  Vmily to nearest mil way or sloftinslilpiiKOiit oi,  w    !"' <i fi   "   .; V;    s   y   '".  T.  W.,BBADSHAW. Afiont.  RovnlRtolte  W. P.V.fCUIVIMINOS."   Pri'oin'o AKPIH.  IMPBHIAli BANK 'OPfCANADA f;  (>'pUalAutli{.rlzeil,,,������l,(XW0������0.   C.pit.il Paid Up, $i((](W).   Host, $2,Ur,(l,U'C. ^  "'.''"''   ^   ' '    Head Oflice,'Tohonto, Ontaiu'o.'^       '"'��������� ,j  '"       ' ilriiiiclion in Mio Nortiiwof.t Torritorios, Jlmiltohn,'Ontario"and Quojipo-  '      / Aid   tie following points.In <"> lW'   Ccihiinl.ti. i    Cr.iiiU|������������)k. Qoldo n,  ��������� t t> Nolbon, Hevolstoko, Trout Luko, Vnnccniior nndf\ iclnrlii.  > j ��������������� i ' ' y.'   ,   '    n  , '������' ,  T.'ii/m.'.ii..'i"I', I'roMdont. 'A D. It.' Wi'i.ki.:, ViVa-l'rejlideiit mid Oonenil Miii.iiko  ,      'l      IK. Hai, Assi&liiiiCGeiioriiliMiinnuui-.    \\ ��������� *l<n rAT, Uilol Jifriioctor.  I 'Rcvelstokc-Branch, B. C;���������A Gcn'crlTI ,Raiikinfi'Bu������incs=s< Transacted  1        ' ' SavtiiKS nopiirliiiont���������BopfiSJIt,s,H(:t-olvc'(l mid Jnteioht Allmviid.     Y ������,-  !       v   \    .    ^^"        '   ' - *   ��������� .      , *. - - . $,'   __ ,.      ->.  '<< A  ]Jraris sold iivniliihlu'in nil pints nLCiiniidii. United Stntui ni.d Kiunpe.        J-  Spcclnl altentloi, nlvon to collootlon".,,' '      ' A .-A'. K. I' ''H, Miuiiiuer.  :; r nkotice., yy  MOTJ.CK IS 1IBUUHY CIIVHN tliiil at lliu  IN iimi inoetliiK ol,tl.o Hoiud,������r Licijusliitf  l'nininl-.sioiiois- lor thuJiuinloups Unision ul  (1 < lli-ict or Yalo, npp cnlion will iiiiiindo  . 1.1 lis er Ui.A. 'Hli!ek..r llio ."old l.tiiunr  -License ibsi.ud to \V. A.Jtomi.o '������ ig������ *  the  inoiul-esiit Slcainoiib knowntn?.tlio LnUo-  Vi������;Wllm0ly,t  ljr?  "      ^"'W.AfROOMB;  Unled May Hlli, IflOlV   !'. P    A. HLA(f'lv.H,/i  f,f     ���������; BLACKSMITH &f.,Yf  ���������: v;;,;fWHEELfVVR;IGHT,,>ff  'Has closed' his "ol'd^shop/ ontDouglas, Street^ and  .   removed', to   R.-.'Gordon's  Block,. Second.Street,-  -r,Revelstoke, where customers "are requestecJ���������to,caM.'-  y   -'     NOTICE.     ; yr  N^^lnl^d^^yllr'f^ugo  llio Chiol Coiiiini-sionoi-ol Land-, iind-NNorlrs,  ��������� tin special license to out and carry awa t, in -  bor Iroin the rollowiafc'described lands.situated  "in West Kooionny district, l\ O. , ���������,������������������,.,>  (V.iiimeneiii(.'iil a'posl iiiiirlied Oeo.l . 1 poi s  no.tl. east corner po-,t;.p..i.led at. tie' nortli  wo-t' corner ol ho P.'Kobmson 'Luiiilioi.Ui. s  'llmil on Ho uoilli side "t Ilie north oasl mm or  I "w Lai e, thoiieo .sontli oiithly chains. Ihence  ������o,t eiKhty clmiiis, lliencc north eiidity chains,  ilfonce ciis  eifilily cliainsto'pointol eoiunienco-  '"lVniod the l������ili day ol Mny.'lMlf ,  i O l-.U.  r  PII'ER.  NOTICE.  ���������VTOTJCK  "i-," lioiphyn ffivun    that   .������0   daya  ���������J>!  aliordiilo I In  SPORTS.  Baseball.,' ,  \ i  A well attenaed and enthusiastic  meeting W? lielrl on jNfonday night  at Columbia  Athletic  Club.    Guv  ,irr-   not   Aiiv.-ncai]-"v-ii'-u    ,mjj    i- . .>j ���������  ., * -  Tacoma mwi in full char.r-. avA ,Ar; Committee. J. h. .Sturdy, D. R. Gal  der.   Frank   Souge ; ,Manager,   R.  'Jonp������- , t-  The club will he  kflown  as  Columbia > Athletic    Baseball   Club.  Members*-ticket?  can be had for $1  j by applying at   Columbia Athletic  ! Club rooms-.  ! Arrangements,arc being made to  j send a team fo Kiimloopi on July  i 1 yt.    This   wilt   necessitate   ������ome  , I hard  practice for tho-e   who   wi-li  cuiprfd.    ,Vci\illii'-act-pr'.inpt.y ami I ' .  ;        ,, ;,    , ' to go.    f'ractic-will   h<* held rivery  i-  VI',. plea-.uil    t.i   t.ik.'.     'I think  .Vcnilin" i.-   tin-   t'n.i-t 'Ctindy,iri tin-1 "'r'"1-     _     ,   ^  *   wi.rlil I'm fi'lic and rr,iii.p-'' v ritt- W [    Tb������- public ���������.u-cornmodation  an- nil Canadian- laid "H and nheir  pl.ice- -upplitd V. illi nif-Ji flimi r-'cnttlf  iitnl Tjciiw. "ri'iiclya ''anadian linn  would not do tllf'v- tliinj.''.'  Vour- truly. '  > '   Al:M-TJlf)\f.!TK.  A Two Minute Cramp Cure  That i-n"t n|l'allfd thu- ^vurld om*i  i- Ni'rvilini', fi"' g-n-ntcft icliif fi.t  ci.'imps  and   -tonincb   ),ain= '.-\'cr di-  lend 10 apply tojlioi Honor-  iTiiio-tiiu Uliicl t'oiiimissloiier ot-L'iiul; and.  Works In- a special license to i-ut and'carry  ���������,\vuv ti.uhe.-,' l-iom',th- rollowii.K rde������c..l.ed  Iind-, situated in We-t KooleiiayOis.incl.vi/..:  ' Con.i'ieiieiin.' at a< post iimrUocI Oliiioiico  fipci"-. -ouilucnsl eornc. poht. planted on tin  im Hi hniiiidnryoi F. Bobiiison'= puicliiitediinil  o lei.o.th m'.IuoI tl,en<..tliei.sl ������-������ Arrow  J.uUi'. tlience r������e7teiKlily chain-vthence north  oiKluv chains, iliencu i'n������l e.tihty chain-, lliencc  f-oiitli' eiKluv cliniiia to point ..I cui" iieeinoiit.  '  l������.decltl.is2Mda5olih.y.^n-   iMl>BHi  Tenders fop a'License to Cut.Timber  ,    on Dominion Lands ln|the Pro- , ���������  r     vinee of British Columbia.  CKALKD TJ3S1JERS nddrorsod to lhe Timlior  ���������-3 and Jlinc= Jlrancli, Bopiirtiiicnt <>' the  Jnteiior, and inuiked on the enrclopo ' Joiidoi  Tor Timber, BerthlXo.3!K!." will ho rocouod nl  thi-, Department until noon on ������ edncsdny, llio  ���������"Uli day ol June. Hlt'l. lor' a license to cut  timber on licit li N'o. if.fi. coiiiprisiin,' tl.o-.o portion- lyini,' Wm or the Coluiul.ia R}\oe of  Tounship --��������� Riiiiko 1. and the, Last hall ol  Towiifliip --��������� Huiiko 2. West ol the litli Meiidinn,  oxchidniK iliererrom Timber Bcitli 3113, and con-  (uinin������ mi nroii ol^lT-.lll -<iiiaie mile-,* n.cioor  le-- , i  The roirulntious under which a Uconso will ho  is-uod, nl>n printed lorm <il lender and cinelopo  nii.v be obtained at this Department,or at the  oflice or tlie Crown Timber Agent at ><ow \\ e=t-  minister. II. C. ' ' .   ,   ,  Each tender must bo accompanied hy an  accepted chorine on n cliaitored'biu.k in favour  of the Deputy ol llio Minister of tho Interior,  for the amiiunt or the,bonus which tho appli.  caul is piep.ired to pay loi a license.  Xo tender by telegraph will he entertained.  jPERLKY G. KEYES,  Secietary.  Department of the Inieiior. ,  Ottawa, May l'JIh. IIK1I.  at   tb  I!. Wilton   uf Tolid".      ������ In n I  Like! po-t otlicc has bc<-n  con-idi-rably   im-  2s'i-i\iline 1 know   if-   cuing ti> rcip w ' pr.ivrd r.nd   a   Lire?'    iiiiint'Ci  Hiiickly and f<"' tint lcas'mi,! inn ni'\er! bt>\-c.s in������t.i!l'd '���������> ni'-rt  Uilbmit  it,     I   b.nc   fni.tiil   Nt-r\iliin ' in.ind.  oi  incrca-rd  new  dr-  Tendoi-s for a License to Cut Timber on  Dominion Lands in the Province  of British Columbia.  CKALKD TEXDF.KS iiddrc-scd lo the Timber  ���������J, and Mines Hi-.ineh, Department, of the  Interior, and marked on the envelope ',' Tender  for Timber Berth No. .TO," will he received nt  this Department until noon on Wednesday, the  20th day of .June. 1901, for a license to cut I nil her  on Jietth Xo. ao:i. comprising Township 20, and  Fractional Township 10 in liange I, Wcstof the  (ith Meridian, containing an area ot L'Miuaro  miles, more or lo?s.  The regulations under which n license will be  issued, al-o printed rorin'.ol lender and cinelopo. inn}" ho obtained nl this Department or at  the olllce of the Ci own Timber Agent at New  West minster.  Each tender must be accompanied by an  accepted cheque on a chartered hunk- in favour  of the Dopity of Minister of lhe Interior, for  the amount of the bonus which lhe applicant is  prcpiucd to pay for a license.  Xo lender by telegiaph will be enlertained.  PKRI.KY.d. ICKYKH,  ' Seeielai-.v.  Department.of the Interior.  Ottawa, May 11)1 h, 1001.  ',' Have a  world-wide ''reputation- for? their..  ' Fit, Comfort/and" DurabilityJ'-T'They are*  '   sold .in ;all  parts *bfr ihV globe .and have:  ' obtained-the highest! awards at all leading ,*  ^exhibitions. ��������� .'Askao, sec the'P! D-, long-  ; 'hip(stylc. ���������   '���������         ���������>   ������  ,  YpTEROUS^iENGINEtpRK|JO:  *���������"   Xff MiBrantford'andiyah'couver.v:';-," <    'a  a'-^ " -'- -"r' \ '';  7 '. "' , , f ,,,. 'f;f  ' ���������.B  'fJJaikl and:' Circular 'Saw  Jifillp.*'Knsuies, ��������� l?oiloi-ft,   Brick WiicliiFicry;1',  VlMancrf,, O rinclciC (.!viitlI'.������1 lGy^;!Qubcjln'icLK"K"!]6^ l?i^H^t35i!3fll1??.'.!.  "-CentrifugarDuplex'.J'umpb."  For prices apply to" f  i ���������'      ,/'",    ."���������'/   .  j'.'':. HUGH B.fGlLMOUR, '  J  VAKCOUYKlt/B.-C,  ), rrT .  V  A Woman that is a  Good Cook  ���������allg the ( time nuist' use   Ai   Flour.   t This  self-evident  ���������    truth explains why so many experienced housekeepers  ';     insist-upon having OGILXUE'S, the quality'of iwh'ich        *  is maintained at the higheststandard of excellence. 'Try  '~       /'.ROYAL HOUSEHOLD "  Fpr BREAD,   CAKES,   AND   PAST RTF  GIANTS POWDER.X0,,/CON,  .   ' JMANUFAUTUBERS OF*   * t  Explosives for Mining", Stump-  ,  ing* and Railroad Work.  'Dealers   in   'Fuse,   Detonators,   and    Electric   Blasting  Apparatus.  ���������-s:  Giant, Ciilifijriiin.  Clipper  FACTOR I  Telegraph Bay, Vancouver Island.  4 Gap, California, v '   '  ^Kiel   for   'irk   headache and  tronl'le^ and recommend it t't  -'"in,:i-)i  1  ::Y::;:;y,,y';yy-,J,''';BOYAl; CROWN SOAP  NEW BUILDINGS,  (HO  Mr/Lasr-  The cottmjc which I). McPh>'r>ori is  building for Caley Bro������. behind City  hotel is Tit) ft. S'|iinre. ft provides parlor, witting room, two bedrooms, hall  and bathroom on the ground Moor,  and three bedrooms upstairs.  ff. Vanhornc i.s building a handsome stone house with facing of hrick,  Aid. Foote having the contract.  The Best in the World  Mail us 1') iloy.il Crown Ho.ip  Wrapper-., and in return we  will mail a beautiful Picture  si/.e 10x20 , or for 25 Wrapper"  your choic" of over 100 books  J)rop in a post card asking  for u catalogue of premiums  to be had KRKK for Koy,.l  Crown Soap Wrappers.  Address5  The Royal^Soap Co.,  Vancouver. B. C. Limited.  -ViAyLLs  4tMUs?ls rtf���������~tL> _  Ms arftstts  J: , &  t������t.  THE'KOOTEJSTAY MAIL  ARMSTRONG.  , Big Produce Shipments for Year  '. ! '  , Flo.������ our own (\.rrosiioiule.it.  ',    'Armstrong shipped <J2'J cars of farm  products last year.      ' n '  Moss-n,,"Miu-tin and Young ������i*c sliiji-  ping the las-t of their millV \viiilci\cut  '��������� chi* week! -��������� ','  Lieut-Col. Wolfciulcn, King's printer, is staying with his,son Frank here  for a few months visit. .'  In the last, issue of the F.xpressGuide  Armstrong's population is1 put at 350  and Kndciby at 325. Surely this is  wrong as Armstiong has nearer f)OU,  The long looked "for , rain came on  Tuesday night and Wcdi.esday morning. As a consequence 'the fiirmer*  iirc in a very happy state of mind.  [Die   F.ditor' of , the"   Kdenograph  should be taken out nnd whispered to,  that 222' tons,of apples is a  few more  than'are giown between  Vernon   and  1 Mmu just nt present, but  will only Ik  ii drop in the bucket in a year or two  The following oflicers  were' elected  at the hiat| Dueling   erf  SpallanichuCn,  lodge,,No. 'ill .V. P. <t A.  M'":���������\V.   M.  13ro, 1". D. Vankleekj/S, \V., 13ro! J. 15  Biicl: J. W.'Bro. 11. Slurt; Tyler, I3ro  Joe. J3ird; Tieasu.er, Hro. Clws. I3eck-'  er; Sec, Hio.   It.  ti. Telly;   Auditors,  '33ros. F. Wolfenden and A.E. Moiguu.  ,   One of the annual curiosities is now  on   exhibition,   i. e.   the assessment  notices.    Messrs. K. K. Burns,  J.  M.  yf right, J)rrVanklcek, amb T. ITnrdy  all own 'live acre  lots side"by side at  fRosedalc.   All arc identical as regards  soil etc.', but yet the wi.-e'atsessors tax  the fDo'clor )f3oO and the rest .|250.' its  well to.be a doctor and   be lcckoned.a  luindred  dollar.- easier  than   grocery  men and druwist.-. ,     "    -  ' A SolnJ- I>I������*tts  BIott.'  , Mir. Stnylnte��������� I wnfi going to call laat  evening,' but I -understood you were  out. Miss Pntletaco���������Tlio Idea!1' I wish  you hud called. Mr. Stnylnte���������Ah, you  wore really ut liomc then? Miss Patience���������No.  , / i  PJTH AND POINT,  " A wound lu the purse Is not mortal.  Don't growl���������that's tho brute's business. ,  - Those ,we think are weakest are often stronger than us all.'  Every man has at tlmea in his mind  the'ldeal of what he should be, but is  not. , t. r ,  > Don't misjudge the mun with a quick  temper���������they are, tlio beat hearts in  Christendom. ,  Itather prefer tc'provoke ir smile  than ,to" provoke a num. There Is no  harm done by provoking of ainUe!' , ^   .  Don't try to escape the battlo of life.  Life is not life without conillct, and  doath ,is not don'th without victory.  And the battleground is the man, nnd  the victory is tho soul.���������Schoolmaster. '  NAKUSP.  From Our Own Correspondent.  ,Thc lake is rising slowly.  Rev. D.'.K.-'Allen baa arrived to fill  the Presbyterian pulpit.      "   y  ,ThoO. P. K.' is still rushing woik  on sTs. Kootenay. s Tbe men'are working over-time nnd Sundays.  Some foi ty of bur, citizens took in  the 'Victoria .Day' celebration at JS'ew  JDenver, the. hoys .dealing up a good  many priy.es. The football game in  the evening���������fSakusp vs.*piek of four  ditVeient teams���������was a tine exhibition  game and resulted in a diaiv. The  Nakusp boys proved theniselvos goal  football players. ;  , Trn*   to Hla, Friends.  ' 'An answer to an advertisement for a.  school assistant "capable of teaching  the classics us'far as Homer and Vergil" makes one of the best stories in  the dean of Bristol's book, "Odds jind  .Ends."',,      ; , ;        . '     ���������  "Sir,"/'the answer ran, "with reference, to the advertisement which w'ere  In' the Times 'respecting a 'school ns-'  Bistant,,l'bc'g to state that I should he  happy  to   fill   that  situation,   but  an  most of my friends reside in London,  and not knowing how far Homer and  Vergil Is from town, I beg to state that,  I^should/not ^llko to engage toHeach  the   classics   farther   than   Hammer-  .smith or Furnham. Green, -or,, at the  very 'Utmost   distance,. farther   than  Brentford." t       \ <  ''   " x  ~   . He Understood th������ Feople..,  One of Jay Gould's campaigns as'a  dealer in railways was with the Wabash system of railroads. He got control and after effecting a reorganiza-^  tion which increased the capital-stock  and nlbo the bonded''debt sold them  out. It is related of him at this time  that an associate -said to him, "Mr.  Gould, don't you think "you are.bond-"  Ing this jnueh'higher than the property  will stand?" /'That may be," answered he, "but the American people are  mighty partial to bonds." , '  &<Wff^i.WOM&E&'  Is the Most Economical  i Greater in leavening strength, a spoon-'  fill raises more dough, or goes further.,  i .Working .uniformly and perfectly, it  ^akes the bread ,and cake always, light  ancLbeautifiil.-and there is never a waste  of good 'flbur,| sugar,, butter* and eggs.  ', -'When.1 outfitting'for camp always take  -Dr." Price's ,Cream Baking Powder'for  good health arid good food. / It, makes  the finest  flapjacks, biscuits-and bread.  .Phick Bakiho Powder Go.,-  Chioaqo. ,  ^        A   R^Neinl.liincc.    , '  - "What do you think "of my historic  nOVOl ?",. ^~u' ,���������    1 - i .... . fc_.*x & ��������� - a j**- .", * ��������� V.S.  lj "It'resembles <-ome of the most(suc-,  cessful win Us ol  its kind," answered  Miss Cayenne.  '���������In wh.ft respect?"     '    -l       -   -  -  "In being neither novefnor historic.".  ANIMAL STOWAWAYS.'  Never go into the woods away from a  doctor with a cheap alum baking powder:  "in the outfit.   You want the best baking  powder in the world���������and it is most  economical in the end  Hamilton Powder Co,  ,! t        MANUFAOTURBRS.rOF .     -   ������ _  HIGH EXPLOSIVES  Blasting, Mining; Stumping; and Sporting Powders  'Dcalcis in Electric Blasting Apparatus, Safety Fiue, Detonators, etc.  *  * Ordeis filled piomptly and carefully.    >   , ���������      ,        ���������  4   ' ; ' '��������� ��������������� '��������� : ���������! " '���������        <"i '   <������������������   '  Sole Manufacturers tof Nobel's ' Gelignite. .* >,_  VERNON.  From our own Correapouclout.  Duncan Cameron, of Salmon Arm,  was burned out hist week. Howevct,  lucky for him, he was'well insured. '  Gie.it preparations are going on for  the Oiangemen's celebiation in Vernon on July 12th. The members of  the local lodge promise the grcateat  paiadc ever seen in the interior. There  will be a Laciosse match: Kaniloops  vs. Vernon, as well as' firemen's sports  including hose-reel races, hook 'and  ladder, and fiie test etc. Conveyances  will be on" Hand to take people' to  points of interest in- the neighbourhood such as the Coldstream ranch,  Long J.ake, Okanagan landing. A  monster conceit will terminate tin  day's celebi at ion;-.  lte'prescntiitivea of4 some seven oi  cifht lodges of the interioi will be  present, including the ladies''True  Blue ludgc of "Kevelstoke, and the Royal Black Knights of the same ctt\.  Theie will be thiec biass bands in attendance, those of Revelstoke, Armstrong and Vernon. A fife and drum  band, and pipers will also add then-  quota to the festhe music of the occasion. Lt is expected that a larger number of visitors will be present than  have appeaul in Vernon before.  Vernon is experiencing great difficulty in getting a board of aldermen.  Two of the councillois have resigned,  and last week the meeting of council  was adjourned for want of a quotum.  Bad financing and a troublesome population arc lesponsible for the condition of att'aiis.  l'i:i(SO.N"AT,.  Aithur McCulluch of the C. T. R.,  was niairied last week at L'ilot iVIound,  i(51iiii., to iMiss Fnfsei, formerly teacher at Okanagan Landing, li. C.  A. E. Hose has been holidaying in  Vernon, Kelona, Okanagan Landing  and Lumby.  ]\Iiss Marshall, of Arrowhead public  school, has been spending a few week.-  at Vcruoif visiting Mis. K. W. Tim-  mons, .  On Shino and In Carsroen TJiey Oftea  Croai  the Ocean.  New York has for many years received numbers of destitute aliens of  the animal world from the holds of the  banana ships. The trade lin bananas  is an enormous one, and many of them  come fiom sources at no great distance,  whence the fruit (can be brought without cold storage. The big clusters of  ( bananas,are peculiarly adapted for harboring "stowaways." Among these,are  enumerated numbers of small, harmless snakes, lizards of various kinds,  occasionally, It Is said, a young iguana  and large and particularly venomous  spiders. But real pests which survive  and increase in a-new country are for-''  tunately rarely transported accidentally. The one serious instance is tho  chigo.'or "jigger." It is said to have  been transported from Central America  to the East Indies.  The Colorado beetle has never succeeded In making a home in England,  though mosquitoes of a peculiarly ferocious though nonmalarial kind are said  to have appeared in English hotels.  "Several corn beetles, a very destructive  type of insect and among the greatest  enemies of those who would like to.  create an "emergency" store of corn,  , have been "dumped" in England with  foreign grain and have established  themselves.  Bird "stowaways" on ships are very  numerous in- the narrow parts of the  ,Mediterranean during the migration.  They also frequently 'alight on ships  when these are near the coast, being  then very much exhausted and glad to  And "a rest for the soles of their feet."  Golden crested wrens sometimes de-  acend in a storm on some North sea  smack on a migration night and even  alight on steamers by day. It was  confidently stated that a golden crested  wren was seen to fly from off the back  of a short eared owl when the latter  came in from the sea and alighted near  a jetty on the east coast. j  The belief that some little birds come !  as "stowaways" on the backs of larger  ���������ones was held in reference to the Canada geese by the North American Indians and by the Turks of Cyprus, who  alleged the Bame of the crane and  stork. That some birds must travel  great distances on ships crossing the  Atlantic seems probable. The American bittern and two American cuckoos  have been found in England, the Iirst  rather frequently. It is conjectured  that they can only have crossed the  ocean by traveling on tbe masts and  yards of ships, probably steamers, as  otherwise they must have died of starvation.���������London Spectator.  Piles  To prove to you that Dr.  Chase's Ointment is accrtain  and absolute cure for each  and every form of ilchinff,  bleedinfrand protruding pile%  tlie manufacturers have pu.iranteed it. Sec testimonial'; in the daily press and ask >ourncic;h-  bois, what they think of it. You can use it and  (ret \ our monev back if not cured. (iOc a bov. at  all dealers or Edmanson.Bates & Co.,Toronto,  Dr. Chase's Ointment  A. E. BOAK  lias opened in thcCowan   Block  the  licst makes of silvern aie and cutlery.  Agent for Raymond  Sewing Machines  Pianos and Organs sold or exchanged  THIRD STREET,      - -      BEVELSTOKE  DON'T  MARRY, DOCTOR or do~  p.tir "Don't do a thing"  till >ou see cle.irl> wli.it'-  best by aid of FlashliRhts  on Human Nature, mi health. di-en=e. Ime.  ni im.iire and parentage TclN what >ou'd a-k  .i ilnctiir. Imtdou'l like to .'lOpaues. illu-li.it-  ,-fi. -J'icont=. but to introduce it we -end one  ci i\ to .in\ ���������adult for po-i.iiro. Jt) cenls." M.  Hllli PUB. CO., 129 East 28th Street, New  York. v  'Jhe M.I--IU1 Mechanic- Pino I."- So.ip heals  ind-often-lhe skin, ulnlc |n'iii|tl> cleaning  ,tiil urn.i-c, inl '"-'��������� 01e liiv.iln.iblu foi mo-  ili..nii*,'fniiiH'i-. -lion-men 1 " <' -ample of  reccipiof 2c for-post.ifc-c-. -Ubcii '1 oih-t. Soap  i o, iiianuiacriiiei-. Moniioul .  Wm. Fleming,  Whole-ale and Retail ,  Meat Merchant.  Fish   and   Grime   in    Season,  First St., Revelstoke.  ."H. B. STONEX,  MACHINIST  AND  GUNSMITH  Opposite .Cential Uotol, Revelstoke.  Lathe and   General iMacbine Work  Piomptly   Executed. ,  SEE  Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke of  useful and ��������� ornamental  articles:  Flower Pols  Umbiella Stands  Ijiineli Baskets  SmokiiiK Jackets*  Silk Goods.  GOLD FISH  Finest stock of candies .and fruit'in town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  Tea services  Plates  Uaskets  C'anc Chairs  liaudkei chiefs  An  Einmiilo.  Jimmy���������Ma,  what  is  an archangel?  Mother���������An  archangel,   Jimmy,   is   a  man who never  finds  fault with his  coffee.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc., to any part of the Citj.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  All orders ieft'atll. M. Smytlie's  Tobacco Store, or by Telephone, No. 7  will receive prompt) attention.  Trademarks  and Copyrights  obtained in all countries.  PATENTS  ��������� obtained in all c  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,.  Registered Patent Attorney  Jlcclianical Attorney and Fngineer.  Room 3, Fairileldiniook, Granville St., near 1\0  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  postcard will secure an evening appoint  inent for those who cannot c-all dnriiiu tne day  Jas. I. Wooclrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer in^ mirTr/frmzff>.  BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  *   Fish and Game in Season.  All orders promptly filled.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, Sf..KD������  DBS  Go,  Cirts  I'll. liocllntiiK Ho i'JhiI with lluliliur  Tn o-,, etc.    $14.00.  'The leaders for over '10 year.s. JTave  Anti-Friction Wheel Fasteners, Patent Foot JJrake, In.-tantly adjusted  Uubber Tito Wheels for all grades.  Fnamellcd   Geais,  Oak, Green   and" |  ' Maroon!   Xow is the.time to get one.  Jllii'lratioiis of 2ii .������i> lo= from Sl.'Oto JM 00 mailed  Iiouoii application. Write foi Fiirniuiru Catalogue  Weiler Bros, Victoria, B.C.  ' COMPLETE   FURNISHERS.  E.B. EDDY'S  Q-  ^  ^  o!?;  ,' "ICING  ISDWAItD" 1000s,   '  '���������II13ADMGHT," Mh.    u   ������������������  ,    "IflAGU'V; I00-, miibaOO*. '  f, c  "VICTORIA," '     ,  i , ,, <;  '���������JiL'JLTLlS COMF/I'!"     r  FOR, SALE   EVERYWHERE.  &  a  %  1������  s   -Are the best that can be bought.-  ' '    '* " "    AZ     l . .     ������������������ '  ..'���������Don't experiment \yith 'other'and inferior-brands.  , -  l-   ''    USE XHUDJD^r'S     : - -  ,-������*)(irt r* r|������ffif|(fff t������ tf f| ff <$ ff ffff.ff fff| ff 4 ���������r4 $!$ <f <$'<*^"',  HOTEL   LARDEAU  ' COMAPLIX kr==y  ff>  ff>  ff������  ff������  (f>  '������f������        , "        -~~        ,   l '  ff,  The Best House in Town."- -  <f).'  ������f,  (f?  Well Furnished ���������  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and ClfiARS kept in Stock.  ,. . ��������� .9 , j *  TW. HAMILTON, Proprietor. *."   V  ffr  rf������'  w- vfy  ���������~ (f������  ~~* ff>  <f������  Good Table <fr  &  <fr  ifr'  i^ff>ff)������^ff)rfi������f>^^ffir|i������fi������f?^f|if^ffif^ <$"!?  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABRAKAMSON    BROS..   PROPRIETORS.,  .  Newly   built/    First-class in every respect.   ' A11 modern conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms. ���������  Rates $1.50 per Day Special Weekly'Rates  Queen's Hotel, Trout  Lake, under same  management.  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished  with  the choicest the.market  affords.       Best   Wines,   Liquors, & Cigars.  .     ' Rates $ i a day.     Monthly rate.  J.      ALBEET      STOISTE,      IPIROIE*  ' Just Remodelled ana Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  Rooms m Suites -with Batlis and   Toilets attached, flowing Hot  and Cold Water, Inside, Toilets on Pack floor, Gas Lighted ana  Stettin Heated. Throughout.  ' J. C: GRELiNIi. Proprietor,       -, ,     GOLDEN, B. C.      '  COMAPLIX  CHIEF;YOUNG,      -       -  '    -      Proprietor.  l Bil^ '  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Travellers  to   Fish Creek will find excellent  accommodation  at this Hotel.   ,  t t  otel  DAVIS ORR, Piopiielor.  The best Dnlliu a Day Ilnusi' ' J3cst  I3r,-uKls>of Wines, .Spirits  in the I own.  unci Cif;ai'.-'.  BURNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  '     .   . , .   Meat Merchants  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  -s^^sbb*- Calgary, Alberta THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  OF  < i A i '',''���������'      i  Its, (Attractions as a Holiday. Resort.  OR' those taking n  ��������� mer holiday the City of .Victoria'forms one of the most attractive and interesting resorts. -, Prettily  situ-ited at the'si.i. -nst corner cf Vancouver Island,, commanding a magnificent view ;of the Straits ?l San ,Juan de  Fuca the munificent Olyinpia Range of Mountains, and the northern coast of Washington,' .built like an old English  city"Villi its famni". Meacon Hill Park, beautiful drives, rides anel walks, with facilities for boating, fishing and mountaineering at'ha ml"''here is'probably no place oh the .American continent that', provides the varied attractions th'at the  tourist*  Put' , City- of- Victoria.    "   We   publish 'herewith   some views of the capital city;.conveying at best but a  minature idea'of'some of the attractions to be found there.        .   ���������_ , ,;.,'���������. < P ��������� A      i  SELKIRK LODGE. NO. 12. I. O. O. P.  Meets every Tuesday  evening in Selkirk  Hall' at 8 o'clock.  iVlMtine brethren cordially invited to attend. <  '   J. MATHIE. Sec ''  Kootenay Lodge  * No. 15 A.F. & A.M''  The regular meeting* -  are hold in tho Mas- ((  onio , Templo, 'Odd- ,  Fellows, Hull, on the ,.'  third Monday -In  each month atSp.m. ���������  .Visiting brethren  coidially welcomed.  | 1        ',C. A.:PnOOUNIER.ISi:oKCT>iiv.  To Trappers  i a t   * ' '  ��������� in-        t    * ,t  '     t ' 1  Raw Furs Boughl,  '    ,<   "Cash Prices Paid  f;  B.   WELLS,  Exporter of Purs.  Best Milk' in* Town;  I want more customers for milk.  ���������Residents in Ward11 preferred Jov  "convenience of delivery. f   r  The .Cleanest Dairy in the City  The'Government Inspector also  ' ccrtilies 1 have the - riclie-a milk  .* in the city'f      i"  o.  ',   ' ���������  ^.,  T������Tab6uchese,^  BouglavSfcreet,  Hovel stoke.  THIS IS NOT EGOTISM. \  We believe \vc know our 'business.  Our busincs is to help youdo youi'  business. We supply up-to-date business1 means and methods.��������� money  saving devices nnd how to use them.  TlS.N'GWULl. .UIOSH-I.EAV  LlSDOHll.  Ijoose .'Leaf "Kilos and , Ledgers with"  lilinRh specially ruled, printed, perforated and punched to suit any-slyle of,  binde:'. *'  TKXGWKI.L TllANSfc'BR l'lLT!. - r,  Kootenay Mail Publishing-^ Co. Limited  UliVELSTOKE, B. 0.  NO  BBTTEB  BREAD  In town than that made  t *  at  Smith's   Bakery,  unit  Cakes of Every Kind  Agents for the Celebrated  MONSOON TEAS.  Mi. SMITHS CO.,  McKen/.ie Avenue, Revelstoke.  J. Guy Barber  JEWELRY  DIAMONDS  WATCHES  and a  complete line  of tbe  GENUINE  h  il"-"//  Rogers Bros."  Knives, Porks,  Spoons, etc.  K\<."* c.ircfuUy examined end  propel lv fitted to the best grade  i,ftr rtt  Repairing.  BLANK FORMS  Mining & Legal Purposes  Transfers, Options, Powers  of Attorney, Statutory Declarations, Proxies, etc., can  he obtained at the  ..Kootenay Mail Offlee.. rn  THE KOOTENAY MAJ L.  BOILERS  AND ���������  ENGINES,,  Saw Mill Machinery    !  ��������� Wood Working" Machinery  Machinery' for all purposes  All of very best makesl  Tl. neilson & co.,.  ���������,    002 Main St., Winnlp'off,  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal'of  Minerals on Dominion Lands in Manitoba, tho Northwest Territories and  ' i  tho Yukon Territory.  Chaiiiberiain's  Remedies,  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  For Coughs,'Colds, Croup aud Whooping Cough., Price 25 cents; large size 50c  Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera  '���������and Diarrhoea Remedy.',.   '  ���������   For Bowel Complaints.    Trice 35 ccuU.  Chamberlain's Pain Balm.'  ,. An antiseptic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, Bruises,"Sprains and Rheumatism.    Price 25 cents; large size 50 ccuts.  '. Chamberlain's Stomach and * <  ',.  t_   ���������    Liver Tablets.  . For .Disorders  of the Stomach, Liver  and Bowels.   Price 25 cents.  Coal.���������Coal lands may be purchased at  (10 por acre for soft coal and CiO lor anthracite. Not more, than 320 acres can  he acquired by one Individual or company. Itoyalty at the rate or^tcn cents  per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be collected  on tho ffioss output. fi  Quartz.���������Poisons of eighteen years and  .over and joint stock companies holding  frco.miner's cerllllcates may 'obtain entry  for a minim," location.    , . '        <  A free miner's certificate is grunted' foi  ono or more years, not exceeding live, upon-payment In advanco of $7.50 per an-'  num for an Individual, and from $50 ro  $100 per annum for a company, according  to capital. ������  A freo minor having discovered mineral  .In place, may locate a claim 1600x1600 feet  by iiiarking out lhe same with two legal  posts, bearing locution notices,' 0110 al  each end,on tho line of the lode or vein.  Tho claim'Shall he recorded within lifted! duyl< If located within ton miles of a  mining  recorder's  olllce,   one  additional  day   allowed   lur   every   additional    leu I  (miles or fiactiou.   The fee lor lecoidlng i  a claim Is $0. .     .  >   At leust $100 must be expended 011 the  claim each year or paid to the mining re- I  cordcr In lieu thoreol. When $S00 has been  expended or paid,  the localoi  may,  upuu  having,a survey made,'and tipun uumpii- 1  hit   with   other   loiiuiiemcnls,   purchase ! ouiclal Gazette  tho land,at $1.U0 an acie ' - j, -xjc1101 c:u'xn'.���������AiI unappropriated Domhi  erntlon within two years from the date  of,the lease, and one dredge for each  live miles within six years from' such  date. (Rental, $100 per mile for the Iirst  year, and $10 per mile for each subsequent year. Royalty, same as placer mining.  Placer Mining In the Yukon Territory.  ���������Cieek, river ,gulch and. hill claims shall  not exceed 250 feet In length, measured  on the base line or general .direction of  the cieek or gulch, the width being from  1,000 to 2,000 feet.,All other placer claims'  I shall he -Aid feet <t]iiiiru.  Claims'are marked by twodegal posts,  one at each end, bearing notices. Entry  must be obtained within ten days, if tho  claim Is within ten miles of mining ro-  coidc-rs olllce. One extra day allowed  for each additional ten miles or fraction,'  The person or company staking a claim  must hold a free miner's certilleate,  The discoveier of a new mine Is entitled  to a claim of 1,000 leet in length, and if  the party consists of two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the output of-which no royalty  shall be charged, the rest of the pai ly  ordinary claims only.  iintry fee, $10. Royalty at the rate of  two and one-half'per cent on the value  of the gold shipped fiom the 1'ukon Ter-  ilioiy to be paid to the Comptroller.  Xo fiee miner shall receive a grant,of  moie than one mining'claim on each sop.  orate -river, creek or gulch, but the same  miner may hold any number oficlalms  by purchase, and 11 eerminers may woik  their claims In partneishlp by filing  nOtlco and paying lee of $2. A claim may  be abandoned, and another obtained on  the same creek, gulch or river,1 by giving  notice- and paylnc a fee.  Work must be done on a claim each  year to the value of at least $200.  A certlllcuio that work has been done  must be obtained each year; If not, the  I claim sliallrbe deemed,to be abandoned,  , and open  to occupation and entry by a  free miner.  1    The boundaries of a claim may'be defined  absolutely    by, having    a    survey  made and publishing notices in the Yukon  Everyone of these preparations  is guaranteed and if not fully satisfactory to the purchaser the  money will *>e refunded.   *. -���������  WRAPPING   PAPER,AND  . -.; .'PAPER-BAGS.P. T',  i       *       .  The Kootenay Mail 1ms been  appointed   agent  for, one   of'  the  Imeest   Canadian   Paper  Wills.       -  'fWrapping  papers in   rolls or  .flat,   and   paper  bags , of all,  weights and sizes supplied to  order printed'or imprinted.  Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.  Halcyon Hot Springs  ~fanitarium.  THE .MEDICAL WATERS of-.ilnl-'  cyon aie the most curative nftlie  world.    A perfect," natuial remedy'for  all   Netvous   and   Muscular .rdisenses,  > Livei", Kidney and Stomach ailments  . and  Metallic Poisoning.   A sure cure  -for.. "That  Tired   Feeling."- -Special  rates on   all   boats   and  trains. - Two  r mails   ni rive and"-depmb every   day.  Telegraph   communication    with   all  ' parts of the   world.   An   experienced  massanger.       ' - ("   '  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrotu LaKe. SB, C.  ������������M  V  nr.:..>.*"-:0 :s-*' *  :Sj,'7-Jifi  YL  ?*ym  ?&&*������������*  ��������� Y OVIT  ,  Mai������R  In The World!  Don't be satisfied to work  along in the same old way  for low wages. We can  help you carve put a successful career. "Thousands  have increased their salaries  by following: our plan. V,Tc  can train you in spare time,  and at small cost, for any  of the following positions:  Mechanical, Electrical, Steam, Civil, or  Mining Engineer; Electrician; Surveyor;  Architect; Draftsman; Bookkeeper; Stenographer; Teacher; Show-Card Writer;  Window Dresser; or Ad I7rlter.  Wrlto TODAY, stntlnc which position interests you, to  INTERNATIONAL  Correspondence    Schools  Box 799. SCRANTON, PA.     -  on call o.\ out uicii. iiKi-msKiTiTirit  -     O. J. WILKES,  Box 762. Nelson, B.  - Permission may be granted by llio -Minister of tho Interior 10 locum uanna  containing iron and mica, also copper, 111  the Yukon, .Territory,* of an area not exceeding IM) acres.  The'patent for a mining location shall  piuviiie lor lliu pit} muni, ul u. luyuti} 01 -'������ pur  tent ot Llio sates ol lliu laoducLbullliulociiiiuii.  Placer Mining, Manitoba and tho N.W.  T., excepting the Xukou Teriltory.���������  Placer mining claims generally are 100  feet square; entry . fee, Jo, renewable  yearly. 1'On the North ' Saskatchewan  Kiver claims for, either bar or bench,, the  101 mcr being 100 feet long.and extending  between high'and low water mark. The  latter Includes bar. diggings,' but extends  back to the base of tiie lullioi- bank, but  fnot exceeding 1,000 feet. Where steam  power is'used, claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained. ., r -  JDiedgmg in .the ,iiveis oL'Manitoba|  and tho N. \V. T.,  excepting the,Yukon  Territory.���������A free miner may outain. unly,  two leases of live mites each for a teim-I  ot twenty years, lenewaoie in" the discretion  of the Minister of  the Interior.    . ���������  The lessee's light Is conlined to tho submerged  beds or bars of .the river below  low, water mark, and subject to the rlgnts  of all pei sons who have, or who raay.it-  ceive  entries foi   bar  diggings  01 loencu  claims,   except   011     the '  Saskatchewan  Kiver,-- wneie  the  lessee  may  oieage  to  hlgh'walei mark on each alternate leasehold.     ��������� .. .    , .  * '  Tlie lessee shall have a dredge in oper-i  ation within one season from the date of'  the lease lot eai.11 uve miles, but wheie  a person or company has obtained more  than one lease one diedge lor /each llf-  teen ' miles or fraction ,is sulllcient.  Kental, 510 per annum tor each* mile of  river leased. Kdyaliy at the rate of two  and a half per cent collected on the output utter it exceeds {10,000. -  Diedglng in the Yukon Teriltory.���������Six  leases of live miles each may be granted  to a fiee miner tor a.term'of twenty  years, -also renewable.  The' lessee's light is confined-to the  submoiged bed or bars In the river below  low  water mark, that boundary to  bo fiKOd by ito pooltion  on  tlio lot-day-o������-  ,August in the year of the,date,of the  leased , "' ������������������ ���������.    "  t The lessee shall have one dredge In op-  Ion Lands in .Manitoba, the r*.'oitli-west  Ten Hones and within the,.Yukon Torri-  toiy are open to prospPciingi.tnr.spotiol-  euni, and the nilnlstei may reserve for  an .Individual or company having machinery ~uh the land to be prospected,  an niea of W0 actes. riliould the,prospector discover oil In paying quuntliies,  and satisfactorily establish such dlscov-  eiy, an area not exceeding frlO aeies, Including' the oil well and such other land  as may be determined, will be sold' to  the discoverer at the rate of $1.00 an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate as  may, be specified by order-in-councll.  Department of- the Interior, Ottawa,  Fobniury, 1001, ,      :       - - , 1     ���������    ,->  -     ,   JAMES; A. SMART  ' Deputy of,the Minlsterfof the Interior.  CKALKD TENDERS addressed to tlio under-  0 signed, and endorsed l* Tender for Drill  Shed, ito=sland, B. 0.," -will be received at tliis  ollico until Tliur-das, AInj 2<1. 1901, inclusively,  for llio construction of a Drill Shed at Rossl.tiid.  ,B. C., accordim-- to plans and -=pcciiication to be  s-euri ul llio Public litiilding. at Rowland.*]!. 0.,  and ut, the Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, and at tlie ollico of Mr. William Mend-  or-011, Clerk of Work-, Victoria, B. (J. '  Tender:, will not be considered unless nnitfc on  tho printed form -applied, and signed with the  actual signatures oi tlie lundorers.,    , <  Au accepted clieqno on a cliuncrcd bank,  p.ljablo to tbo order ot llio Honorablo the  Minister of Public Works, equal to ten pot cent  (JO p. c.) of tlio amount of tlio tctidor, must  accompany each tender. Tho cheque will bo  forfeited if the p.irtj, tendering decline the contract or fiiil to complete the work-contracted  for, aud 'will bo returned 111 case' of nuii-uc-  cenlanco of tender. - '       1  The Department does not bind itself to accept  tho lowest or any tender. ' t  ' By order,'  , ,    ;    " "   '   fred: gelinas,   ���������  - f r t ' .      Secretars,  Dcuurtnieiit otPublic Works, ..lit. v ~ .--   '  '      Ottawa, April 20,1������H.'   , i���������       t,--  Newspapers ' inserting, this advertisement  without authority from-the Department, will  not bu"imid for it.    - - '���������*  LOOK   TO   YOUR  PRINTING  LEROIMIN  Manager'McKenzie's Bad, Re-  \s    :r   .-port..'    '  --.-,,���������  ,. Mr. McKenzie, formerly 'mn'miger Le  Koi for 18 months, and temporary  manager'during illness of mnuiig'1  Parish, cabled to London ns follows ��������� ���������  ."Owing to faulty sampling and "unsaying an excessive valuation of $33/5,-  000 has been made'in the assets." 'N'o  profits have been made /or/several'  months. Shipped from the mine to  Northport smelter1 duiing the 'past  month 3720 tons of ore fronOiIl stupes,"  which shows the nyer.ige value of stho  mine,is $8.17 per ton. Shipments oj  410 tons from'the 1350 level showed  $7 45 pf r ton. We are, now shipping  20U tons of picked ore a day. "  Have it new and up-to-date  Get good paper and workmanship by steam power  Get your Printing done from k  New Type  on New Presses  No matter what class of printing you require we can do it for you  Loose leaf accounting systems a specialty  The Kootenay Rflail Publishing Co.,  Limited.  REVELSTOKE, B. O.  LABORS CALL  a  A strike of the Grand Trunk tele  graphers is threatened and the company says it will rely on it*, rclephone-  The company refuses to accent the appointment of a concilia!I'm commit  lee by the minister oi labor.  In the Commons Sii William JMul  oek made a couple of important an *  nouncements regarding -the Government labor policy. The Mmistei (-(  Labor stated Judge Winchester had  been appointed to investigate thecoui-  pl.iiuts that the G-. T. Pacific weieuni-  p'oying American engineers on tin1  sinicys. and tho Government hail  decided to'introduce" at thi-s session  general legislation which would In-  elleotive in proiectint; Canadians from  the competition of .-ilioirl-ihoi.  Hon fMr. Fit/pat rick supplemented  thi- statement by emphatically declaring the legislation when introduced  would be found ample in its scone to  prdrcct professional employees, 113 well  as Kieoh-mios and laborers. Further-  moie, that it would apply to all tin-  deitakings and enterprises receiving  public airl^nnd he intimated th.itcom-  plaints having been received that the  C. P. II were also offenders as rog.nds  the employment, of aliens, the Icgisln  tion should bo genenil in its character.  For the last live' months the'-'driving  ol" a tunnel lias been'iii, progress from  the level of'the oic bunkers at the,up  per terminal of the tramway itnd.about  I'I3 leet \ciiically 'below it.  The ledge was encountered, in i,this  tunnel on lhe 19th of May at a point  <1S0 feet from the portal of tho tunnc  The Icdge'was found within .10 feet of  where it was thought it would be by  tii.ingul.u sin vcy, which shows th,it  the dip of.the ledge is uniform. The  ledge has.been crosscut and is nearly  tlnec feet wide. /There is considerable  free gold in ihe ore and is as heavily  mineralized as it is on,tlie ityper level.  An upraise has been started to con  nect with the upper level.  The find, is important,- .iVr.���������Copp  says,-as it ensures ore enough to, run  the present niilL'for a period of. six  years. There is no question that in  the Oyster-Criterion the com puny has  a strong and peimanent mine. Just  as soon as the present level has been  opened up for stoping another tunnel  will be run slill loner down on the  nioiint.iiii >ide.- l"  'When i\li. Onpp 1> ft Camborne, tiie  l-.ul ote fium the cn.-sS vein 1 on the  I'liteiion, which is known as tho galena \ein, was being put through the  mill. 'Tins 1-yielding good gold re-  -ults, much larger limn that form the  lius--l,iiid vein. The oie from thcltos-  siand vein i-. mixed with che galena  oie and the resuli i-. fl>c =a''ing if  nudi'y all of the gold values.  ' 1'iep.iriitions are under way at the  Oyster-Criterion mill for installing L0  ndiliiiuu.il stamps, which will make  the mill a iwenty-stai.-ip one. Kmi  that the ledge bus been located .11  finiheV depth theie is no question  about the addition being made to the  mill.  The   Eva 'iWill   is 'kepi   in   molii n  night, and day and regular  and  ant in  factory monthly   cleanups   are   made  The Eva mine,isi in   line  condition���������L  News.  FUTURE OF B. C.  A Province .Worth More .Than  ;-"  All Others.     . , -  Prof. M.icoun has made the  follow-'  ing   important  statement  respecting  the future of British 'Columbia :   ,"As  the years roil on and   our possessions  .become developed,   the  value  oi this,  second J3rit.fm ~will   come   as   vividly  before the people that ��������� men   will  ask  with  astonishment - why  such   ignorance of British Columbia  prevailed in  the past. 1, Today there are  400  mile*  of co.ist  line  clothed   with   a''forest  growth superior  to anything  else  in  the world at present''   Its  shores, 'indented   with    multitudes   of  harbors,  bays and inlets, teeming with myriads  of fish, its  rocks  and sands con'ttin-  ing gold, iron, silver, coal and   various  other minerals.    And besides  all this  a climate superior to England in every  respect, both as regards heat .ind mois-  1111 u, and >er men will ask, what   is it-  worth '?    I .iiisu-i-r, 'Worth more than  Quebec ami all the maritime provinces  thiowu   n..'    And  sceptics   mav-rest  assuied that the day is not fardistant  when ipy words will   be  accepted  as  truth."  r a  NEW PATENTS.  E.  The Oyster-Criterion   Mine.  Mr. Copp, of .Nelson, says an im-  poit.int. sifikis was made on the l'.Hh  of May on the Hosslaud lead of the  Oyster-Criterion group. The mine has  been opened by crosscut tunnels. The  first tunnel was driven in 125 feet before it struck the lead. On this level  the ledge has been drifted on for  about GOO feet and gives average vortical depth from the surface of 115  feet. The mill at present is supplied  from the ore taken from   this  tunnel.  RAIL AND STEAMER.  Pa'sengeis on a I'tillmiin !,"t -.-,���������(���������:!'<  had an unpleasant experience, boiii:  qiitusiutincd because it was discovui-  ed at Revelstoke they had been m  company with a passenger on I ������������������  Athenian who was found to La,-  small-pox     The party  was   all   vac.'ii-  j ��������� Rowland Brittain. patent attorney,  .Vancouver, leports: A' Canadian  patent w.t.- granted to L G. Coleord.'  Dos Moine-. Inw.i, and Henry R. Mac-  donald, of Vancouver, on imputed  vehicle brake. This device is'intended  fni use on a hur.-e-iacing or training  sulky, and is especially designed to  all'oida diivcr perfect control to cheeky  and legul.itc a horse's pace without  pulling it up'by t!ie������ mouth and without the driver'.- attention bcintr taken  from the line-. On the under, inner  side of each'-haft of the vehicle in the  position u.-ually occupied hy the foot  le-t, is a le\er pivutally mounted  niwaid its centie, to which is attached  a plate shaped to cinform to the.ieet.  and angled 10 a convenient position  fur the comfoit and suppoit, as a fo<>i-  ic^t, of a driver. This foot-plate i=  connected by a rod to a brake lever,  tho lower end of which is shaped a- a  spoon brake to engage the wheel tiie.  nntcd at Band'.  Tr..flic Manager Ward, of the Great   When it is desiied   to apply the brake  Northern, who has been ti.nclhng  over the C. P. P says :���������"The C. P. K.  has a splendid service and my iruest-  and 1 greatly enjoyed our trip ovei  the Canadian line.'," .  .1. D. Fr.iser, formerly of the C.JMt.  dbrpatchur'-a ollice at lievelstoke. unci  recently promolid to Vancouvei, has  been still fttitbei piomoled lo the  position of chief despatcl.ei at Nel.-oii,  Mr. Frasor's many ftiends here will  unite with us in congratulating him  on his well-dead veil piomot.on.  it can be done to any required e.\tent  by merely picssing forwaid the upper  part of either one or both of the footplates with the toes. As the brake i.-  indcpendontly applicable to each  wheel the devic can be used to guide  and aid a hor.-e in liirning. A hor-e  will, in , a veiy -hoit time, reajioncl  fieely to a slight strain thrown on his  brdy from either one -ide or the other  by'the shafts, and in turning a corner  the innei wheel being checked will  swing the \ehicle to make the turn. lib..  THEKOOTENAX" MAIL.  / i  Cough'  Hredieines  ^ i  '   ",  All Kinds, All .'Sizes,  .Just opened  at, the  canada drug &  >; book; go.  .  REVELSTOKE    . ' B..C.  BORN.  ' L-|rl,���������._A't Hcvel'-iolie,.Jinie'l.-it, to  ".   Mr. and Mrs.'11 .'A- Upper, a .-on.  , Fim:^_AU Kcv.-1-ioke...oi)    Mnv  ���������2lJtli, ,to   Mr.' iiml    Mrs:   A.  h.  .   I'liipii-S," ^n"-'   '.   -    ������������������          : Local and General.  '    >'. ll' Cneser h-is sold his^'iuich on  Okifnag.ni L.iko.' ,   , ''  ���������  , " F. .1. ' Fulton,' provincial secretary,  \vns returned unopposed oik Monday.  .1. Xelsoii has pu-chased L. Benoit's  village lot at Kovelstoke north of the  track. ���������   \ <  .    A southern contemporary,  quoting  from the Mail, speaks of  it as  THE  ��������� Kevelstoke paper.  E. J. ilr.tnford prop.ses running a  .daily stage botween Camborne and the  Arm.    "  f R.M. Green field has been appointed  to succeed lat'e'W. J I. norman'as post  ollice inspector. ��������� ,      -  The Edgewood  Dairy ^Company  at  Tire Valley  is  being  wound -up  nnd  'the ranch will be=old.  r-   The half-yearly meeting of tlie Kev-  "���������clstoke 'district   lvicensin%  committee 1  '"' will be held at Halcyon on June loth.  F..J. Hennessey, a customs weigher  " at New York, has fallen heir to' an cs:  tate of $100,000 by  death ot  an   Australian lclativc. (  " At Albert Canyon they had evidence"  of the exceptionally cold weather for  2<ith of iMay when the w"tor-pipe's  there were frozen solid. '  Referring to Duncan Ross's success  ' in getting the 1 [alley Smeller site out  of the Indian reservation, Progress  gays Victoria would gladly bonus such  a lCsene lifter. <    ,  The ICelowna Land it  Orchard Co.,  capital $00,000 in $10 shares, has been  incorporated to acquire  the   Liquime  '   estate  and   Piests  flats  at  Kelowna,  - nnd carry on farming  and   other enterprises there.  E.Graham has been doing execution among bears this season having  already taken trom ten to twelve/ He  caught a young one alive the, other  ' day and it is at Hugh Bruce's on 2nd.  ' street where it has many 'curious vis-'  iters.       ������.  The residents of Albert Canyon are  enterprising. They aro putting cin a  lytiter Mipply and have already laid  20000 feet of pipe line. Tho system  will provcagreatconvenience to the residents of the Canyon.  Vancouver Homing club will liberate birds hero 'on July lltli^.W. A.  Morris beit-g starter.'  A. W. Ross, inspector of the Underwriters Association, paid a high compliment on the occasion1 oMiis visit  heie lo the work-at last week's fire, of  the lire brigade's in saving tho Jupan-  o-o'restaurant, but for* which there  would I.ave been grave danger -of' the  lire extending' to McKenzio Ave. r  l'roliting by the experience ���������on.tho  night of latotlirctho City Council arc  dctormiue'd to take stops to have the  opera Iioum; so improved as to bo_ safe  for the public in event of a' panic Joe-  curing iii a crowded house. The council will earn tho thanks of tlio citizens  for doing its duty'in this respect. ',  ' Mr. Hyatt came in from' tho Bend  last rweck,'having taken' out 'half n  million feet of*'logs this winter,' iTo  had started his-drive down" tho river  hut the water fell when he got as far as  Gordon'liiipidh,and he has had'to give  it up for the present. Ho reports a  very heavy snowfall' in the Rend this  winter, ,', '' ,   ,       '"'>    h.  l'rof.'O'sborne, M. A., ,of, Victoria  University, Toronto,'writes of Vernon:  ������������������ Vernon." while at-prcsont slow from a  business "point of view', is an extremely  neat, well-built, mvcIJ- streeled' town.  The'coiintry..hereabouts���������and perhaps  'even the town itself���������if-peopled mainly  by Knglishmen," with'liberal ideas of'  leisure and comfort." ' u  ,       ,     ' ' ���������������. ;  "     "  Business Locals.  DOMINION DAY:        ' ��������� ���������<������������������'"-  To   Be   Celebrated  -By   Race  * "-Meet At Revelstoke.    i   ii-    .'i,n ���������ninn nf  could not   accept the  city's otl'er, and  Mi moo , nfi held in the ollice oi  "������������������������ ��������� -  a mti-uiib ii^'n ���������       , i   Aid    McCarter   proposed  an  amend-  W. Cowan last niKhl it was decided   -^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ {]^ ^  lo hold horse  races  in   Keyeistoicc   .,,....,.,���������������������������,.,,���������,,.,,��������� 111!l()oi.',imim(.,i.  on July 1st. -  W.'Cowan, J.'Culoy and J. Abra-  hamson wcrVappointed a committee to'raise'funds for the races, and  A. Mc Domrell, \V., Fleming and  Wni. Brown a committee,to arrange  programme, and advertise same.  IS. Dupon't, C. Jloltcn and J. A.  Stone were appointed i\ committee  lo solioit'gi'oiinds for the races.-  G. W. yittlierland and''.J. Abra-  lmmson are a conimitlee lo wait on  tho Mayor, to secui'u'permit to race  on tho si reels wlicre the committee  propose.  The committoe will meet on  Wednesday, next, at W. ICowan's  olllce lo report progress. ��������� '���������_ -  , J J. P. Sutherland was0 appointed  secretary pro-lcm.   '        ���������'  Social & Personal.  CITY COUNCIL;  The City Council met last night but  the business was routine, il. K. Cuinp-  ioll, on behalf of the Hand,slated they  also i;eftised and the mattcr'droppot  C.,-1. Amah reported having completed the census of tho city showing  Ihopopuliilion 2,:M-I. '- , .   t  ' Owners of Chinese liiundrios will be  notiiieil to, move before July 1st or  they will be prosecuted.-      , (,  Fireman's pay<> for First street lire  amounted to $12-1._    ���������   ,,    ' '  ',       THANKS'  Tlio'Tuleiit Society of St, Fetors  church desires' to express u hearty  oito of thanks to all who took part in  ihe I) limn of Ihe Coleen Unwn, and n  fl���������-ciiil vote of thanks to Mr.-Dunne  l���������r his naiut'iug 'the nuignilicieiil  scihery which helped to make the  ���������!i'iiiiui"micIi a success. . ��������� '.  K. Hurridgo.1 Secretary,,  Go-carts at John E. Wood's. .   ���������  McGregor's'Butter  Scotch, the best  made, sold at Bows' Drug'Storc.    .  fi Read Cl B. Hume '&,  Cp's a'dvt. 'on  first page of this issue. '��������� <  Scc.Mosorop Bros' complete stock  ���������of electrical light supplies and fittings.  You can get anything you, want in  this line. -^ ' , -, - - -  ' Travellers visiting Revelstoke will  find 'the' best accomodation at. tbe  Central Hotel. Abrahamson Bros.   p  Tlie   City   Council   intiniatcs, that  owners of dogs .must register thecsame.  by June 15th, aftcrwhich unregistered  Idogs will be seized b'y the'pound-keep-  I er. ���������  .  Toot elm -and* foot ease for,tired,  sorVfect sold iit Canada Drug &tBook  Co's.      "        ' ���������\    i  A. E. Kincaid has been appointed  agent for the Canadian Casualty and  Boiler Insurance company. Coast  papers contain flattering,testimonials  from insurers lis to the prompt way  in which this company pays claims  under its policies.  For anything you rcquire'in drugs  go to Canada Drug it Book Co. -Thoy  keep only the purest. '  .  Revelstoke and Trout Lake city  lots for sale.    H. X. Coursier.  $30 A MONTH I.S HIGH RENT  Yon say- Yes, that is 12 per cent, on  $3,000. Many renters in Revelstoke  are payingth.it on'places not worth  more than $3,000. Some are doing  even worse, for they own a vacant lot  .worth, say. $1,000, which is lying idle;  and in addition to this 12 per cent,  which they p.ro payinc some <-ther  man. they are jiaying taxes of all kinds  on this vacant lot and losing interest  on it, be?ide=.  STOP IT : Vf<> will loan you $2..U00  on that vacant lot to build a borne.-  ifuHlV-t you pay it back nt J2G.n0 a  month which c-i'.er- .ill inteic-St and a  . payment on the pniieipa). This is K-  than lent and >ou are paying lor a  home   In--ide-.      Full   information   on  ' A. \i. Kfincnid .leaves Monday for  Uossland, where he will 'represent the  Selkirk "Lodge I. 0. O.'F. at the Grand  Lodge gathering of Oddfellows. , , ���������  Mrs. Dunn, entertained'Ihos'b who  took part in the Colleen Bawn at her  homo Thursday "night. < Cauls were  indulged in and an enjoyable evening  resulted. ���������   ������ -  L Mrs. Atkins entertained a party on  Thursday evening at progressive whist.  Six tables were engaged, and an interesting evening spent." Mis. Lawson  took first prize for ladies and W. II.  Pratt for gentlemen. Mi's. F Fraser  was awarded''the consolation forjadies  and 11. A. Lawson for gentlemen.  At a meeting' held at Mrs. II.-A.  Brown's Wednesday night' it, was  resolved to organize a drainalic'socicly:  The following oflieers were elected:  'lion, president Mrs. II. A.'Brown ; president W. M. Lawrence'; secretary W.  A. Chambcis ; treasurer, W. Jlorncll;  e'xecutivc'Messrs. Dunne and Sturdy-  At the Methodist, parsonage Thursday night there'was a, large garden  party organised by tlie ladies to;>say  Godspeed to Bev.'C. Laclncr on' his  leaving Revelstoke, and retiring from  the ministry in.whicli lie had served so  long and "faithfully. Refreshments  were provided; and,'Mrs. Pettipiece, on  behalf'of the'.subscribers, presented  the rev. gentleman "with a handsome;  purse of gold in recognition of his services' among the Methodists of the  city.' Mr. Lad ner feelingly responded.  The band was in attendance.  Now is the time lo buy your garden  tools, our slock in these is tbe largest ever kept in the,city. A few  things needed for spring :���������Rakes,  "��������� Hoes, Spades/Spading Forks,  ���������   Sprinklers, etc,;   v  Hc-������ido- these we have a largo assortment of  Which we must get'rid of, at a 'reduced  rate to make room for other goods, which  are arriving" daily. Hedge. Trimmers,  I'.awn Hakes, Rubber Hose in all sizes,  '.awn Mowers in two ditVerent kinds and  *     four sizes are among the many.  lie sure niul -wvuir tciols before pm'chusin  W. PA. ������������������LAWRENCE  Fll'll  .M.I. IvI.v'nsOJ.' llAHDWAIth.  K  ���������iJSK^^gu.gggEHcaaa'gaEaB  ,Mi ., wmr-i-ri  .'I!"���������""1"*"  Corporation 'of the-City  ; y of* Revelstoke. ���������  .   DOG- TAX.   .' .  Owners of dogs within the City are  required to pay  the tax  on  same by  June 15th next; after-which,date, he  Poiiiid-kcopor has instructions to dea  wiU) aiiv dog-'.on   which  the tax ha.-  ,,.,t. l.cci'i   paid, according  lo   tlio pro-.  Virions of lhe Bylaw .relating,thereto.  11. FLOYD, ,'    ,  City Clerk.  Revelstoke, B.C., May 20th,'l������0i:  fWAITED ���������  lpri'B:g';-Suit*;".,:-  , Union-Made - at,  "'      -:.MU���������i!AVIiNUIi.    '*   -,    ^ISXTTAYLOn'riLOOK,   ������  L      .        -   .The'only, place in town you can get it.   _, ^  rANTIiO-A law liri'-pioiif -.;l<  Mvnoleiiiiy     Mail,   Pubb-hin  mipiiiiv. R.-velsioke.' ���������  WA NT  -->'  WANTliD-TWMOI.VIO Kirtl. Cl.i-;  l'.\HI-,IONTlCI-tS,.einhi. niiiiil-h-  wi.ik. wane- -lOe- p-r hour. /Apply -I-  Ki-i-iiairh.ni, KevelsloU-. t       '   ^  WANTriD-UM"'! lenced  DINING-  ROOM GIRL al   one".  $HI)pei-  month.   John H-cmr. Nakusi)  MILL SK'L,->  i-ANTED-A  GOOD  TTT  Coliimliiii Liiiiilici' (Jo.. .W'eslly.cB. O.  TKR. ������������������������-   once.      Apply' Y.d  CHURCHES.  ST.  PETERS  The Synod of Kootenay meets at St.  Peters on Wednesday.  Archdeacon Beer, oi Kaslo, who is  here to attend .the Synod will assist  the vicar, Rev. C. A. Pioeunier, in the  services tomorrow.  I'KCSHYTKKIAN'.  Subject' for 'Sunday, .Tune 5th  Morning subject:���������" Christ's trial before Pilate." .  Evening subject:���������" Pilate's trial before Jesus. "  MI.TIIODIST.  Rev. C. Ladner will conduct his  farewell services at tho Mcthodi-t  church tomorrow.  The followiii'Z  i- the -rationing   for  Yale   and    North    Kootenay   at    the  Methodi-t conference:���������  Kamloop.-���������S.   S.  Osterhout,   J'b.   P.  .Limes Turner -uperanniuitcd.  W.\NTKD���������A BOY to'make hi'm  ''self.geni'i'ullvusel'ul.-Apply^trj  KQQTHyAY  MAIL- Oltic "  NOTICE.  T-VKB N'OTKlR Unit wo, Ui������" Viilp, I'dIuiiiIm.i'  T" Lumber (J....or Xukii-|.. iiiloial 'W.'l".>'- ^"J.  iluto ipplv t" tho Cliior ( oiniiu.-.ioiior of  Lintlf an 1 \V������i-k> for ponni-Moii to imrclia-e  tl oila orinuiitioni'il I met ������t l.iud : ������oii>i������"������c'"K  at n ������ "a tho South Limit ������������ I ��������������� ,'J 1��������������� ' ;  ml \Vo-loru Railway, alioiit i;iU;. - o ist ;.r  Wo-,tlo>- Station, niiirkoil  V.ilo L- In ��������� .i.        ^  X. E. Onrnor. riiiiiiini! tlionco .-<>i tl  -!    <���������! ���������''���������'���������  fhoncowo-tSlcli.iiiis. t ioiico nortli II oniiia- t"  C ami W- Railway, tl.o.icu o..-fc nlo'.'-Mlio s ,���������1  rliilw.iy SO chain- to poml ol coiiimoiico nout.  Dated .it Xakiisp, R. ('.. May I������t. 1WII.  VAL15 CIOLUMBTA LUMRJ5R (-'������'���������. Liniiloil.  J. G. RILLINGS,  Sec rotary.  NOTICE.    ,   '..  -VTOTK'H iJ lierobv aivoii  ili.it.wi <l-i>= ���������'"'���������,  JN    .< no  I Lit 1 i������ ai'P'V '������������������ ltll,!l VCl1"  fo.  ttioOlnol r.-i������im-i"iioror Lincl anil Wok-ft"  .VVeeial licoi.-otoc.it and cany awa.M.ml.0,-  from ll.o lollowi.ii-'.ilc-cril.ed l'"'1'--;.4'^ -.,,������������������.,.,  Situ iti'mi tho Uppei- Anmv L.ikos al.oiit, .1  n.ilo'n rt l-.l N.iku-p. nlimii J milo fl(.in tho  ",Jt - loroo r i ho lake, and join ni; on tl... i.o.-t ,  S.,-t corner ol lhe Iv and S. li.nl.o. ,mu-..i.���������i-  in^ at ii l>o-i mai toil I ��������� ' ��������� uiuuil-s ���������?��������� "  C'ornoi. ru ini.ii.' tlionco on-t SI) chain--, (honco  noith Sllclaii.-. Ihence ������o-l SO cl.n.i.-. ihenoo  "out!! .SO chain- to point or ciiimoiiceinoiit u.o.o  in loi= , ' i     '  Mnicii anil, nfii- '      .  c. c, iiiUiiSGS  Dated at N:.k..-p. 15- ('..'l'llll. '   You cm .lo it by \ l-itinir our  Cool, C'.-y lee 1'iv.im f'.irlor.  where w<������ .-������������������rvi;  Ice Cream  Ice Cream Sodas  fCrushed Fruit Sodas etc.  in all Flavors  Tliomp-on Kiv-r���������One- to   be sent CI.  Ji.) '       ,  Salmon Arm���������.Lime- A. Wood.  H'.\eUtok'-, Charie- Ff. M. Huthiirland.  Trout Lake City���������A    I\\ .-h.up.  Our .-'ndii  TOL'L'II  TIIF. SI''iT  They reli'-vc that .-..-.vful thirst  They arc pure nnd wholesome  TRY Til KM.  ^application i������ I'.kvi.i.sIOKK Insukinok  j A.*:r..vcv.  Souvenir   burnt   leather  at   liew-j'  Drutr .-iior".  Hemtzmivn's- pianos   at   It. Howjon  & Go's  fi.rnitura   -tore on easy term.. , r'.-ldcn-U    J>. -Mimi". .  .-ouvenir   po-t   cards   and   views  of, Kn,ierl,y-Arthnr h. k-1-. t-  K,vel-ti.ke and   I'.iiti.-b Columbia sold ��������� Yen,,.,,- Mm II.\\ rwl.t,  ,t Gm-.da Dm.' &   Hook Co"s.. Revel-f Kel���������uri,i-.r.-bn \\ . Lownnir, L  A.  ,ltl'in'11 '        ' '���������-n���������,meriand-fi.   Ifcllev   lialderst.   stoL e. ��������� "  R. H. Truemati will extend his visit;     l}- A-   till Wednesday m-xt, .June 8th. ,"  Fur fresh vi-etable.-.   and fruit ff, V.\ M(\crr(\r\      RfA^  Macdonald A Mouteith's. ; iUU-bU UP      D\lUd.  I,- y01I  <������������������ y..::r friend want ti..- Sanitary   Plumbing, Hot  newest books and' nHi^a/mos 'you e.u)  always Iind them -it the Canada Unit,'  A- Hook Co's.  When you come to   Kovelstoke Iin il  the Central Hotel bus  to take you to  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  J. THORNTON,  Painter, Paperhanger"  ,     ..  and Sign" Writer.  n-liuiaio-aivon roi-.-ill l-ind-o[ hon-e painlini;.  (li-'l"; ror PaporhiniKiiiK nnd Kal-onnniiii; will  locoiio pro.ni.t i.tlention.      ,  ADDKICSS : P. O. POX 2VJ, or  SPX0ND ST��������� Behind C. P. R. Shops.  Ord.'i- lori al J. W. Ilennott'- will ho  promptly altondi-d lo.   FANCY  YESTINGS.  Your wardrobe i-= incomplete,  wltbo'ut   fancy   vests.     Fashion  .-ays you must have them. We  have a lino of tbe very freshest  conceit- in Vestin-gs of all sorts.  Ycry handsome and elVective they  aie too'. Come in and look-them -  Aver. Genuine Custom Tailors'  Union Label on every gaiincut  turned out by us.'  Ladies' High Class Tailored Suits made to order.  ssmaii.  i+  Neatly and    j|]e Kootenay  Expeditiously ' ���������.  Executed at i Mail Office.:  ii   wood    hotel.      Abrahamson    firos.  'rops.  .1. A. lieeiciiAM.  f-ec Mcne.rop Hro". about your supply of garden hose. They have on  -ale the. best hose in the city.  ���������    Water & Steam;Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings, ,  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures ;,fn?l,1| Put In.  Second Street, Revelstoke  [Sncco���������or lo Dr. Cnn-.v-l      .  Dentist  Gold Crown and Bridge  Work a Speciality.  Dental Parlors over BewY  Drug Store,  MACKENZIE AVE  They ape Fire Proof I  '    ���������   BABbIT  YOUR HEARINGS WITH  CANADA METAL GO'S. Babbitt  THE HOTEL VICTORIA    jC|lAS;SAM   WOE  K. K. I.KASON.  VKVI'ORIA.       -      k- c-  Amoriciin mi.-l Knroiiciiii I'Inn.  Aniurlean I'lun S2.00   n<l b'liwanl  Ptcnin Hcalod. Sample room.--.  -TBT���������:  THE'OWL-'S^  Kn-t of .Mnl-ons Hank  liovol-toko.  K,���������- voiii- meals. Open day and nijrbt.  Meal's i"ic and upward. Special weekly  rates.    Ooi.d service (juaivinti'Hil.  YODO FUJir; Propriftiir.  WAS.HING. LAUNDRY  LABOR CONTRACTOR  FRONT STREET  (Opposite Joss House, Gold Hill Hotel  Building.    '   .


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