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 Vol. 9.-No. 11-  WE OLD  !',-..  mun^'ISHED  % j REYELSTOKE E CLAt S K 13, 1903.  $2,00-Eer Year  T^^37ZE3XiSOr  fitA-Why did the PingPong?���������Because of'the fearful racket; <A..'."���������.)������  iS .-������������������;,���������:.���������...���������-' -i.   '-- ���������       ���������   <..,���������������������������      ���������-'.'   -..    i ."���������' :'i   ������������������������������������   !.       .���������.���������.'������������������.���������     . ' 7/ .������������������".'.; ', ,��������� v       ::' ���������'��������� gA,  Hf Why do we dazzlethe eyes' of the Ladies with oliKD'ressGbcds'^l^  A -Becausethey, are sbtastefully selected/; weir,boiight, and'  A���������sold aCr'i?asoriable,prices'.   ;( f: /A' A.AA':.A'A> ,'A.,.AA'A.  P Our Stock of Dress Goods is Complete in Every^Detail.  '(f(M A ���������������������������''",;':'    ''''     '" '"''' 'A'���������'-'���������      ���������''���������-���������'-A':-A.-''   '-., ���������?������������������ A'1.''"*- A   .,'A'V-AA-' .'  il' 'our Prices are RfphtVnd All Gocds Warranted, p  I  We keep the reliable and fiivbrite  ��������� '���������;'���������'������'"��������� ;.;, '���������";:���������'., ,'";'.'    ��������� A ���������,'''���������'A-' ; -",A-A;A  Empr ess| /; Shoe'*  wv'hicli if fO;;vvi;l!-known   tothc Indies  bf.Revelsto^^  m ;/'���������:;:;;V;'r^".;;/"::.'v'';v,:-.theiiilMn ,:i 1.1 j- 1 j's 11 Vts.s :t 1 icl sizes'./A. ":/A ./A-VAAv':  EMPLOYED i#  cl||s.;;:;'1|  tsassssseiassssBsssssis  ffi:HEIlD;0?;BERFORMING;BABy  'lierrieSvc'rriuneiKo'n ..ftahi 1;;;,A/ A/' ������,  ;|vvg;ffi^  , |land ponies i 100,  sfree.lA;vA'riidp;;at  1.0   ;;;  .; ...:::,':.���������.;.,' .-..-;: .j,^. --  vaam^Anie^e-pstliest  "display ���������;.'6T )b;nuls: of  ;;Ca'gcs,,Tid>leau.:CiYVH; JVs'A,AA...r^^r^ry ^^���������X^1^:^ '  ).|Ups>t( llil    .lVl|UipilgU  ' '���������  ever-seen.  mltiaii GamelsV  ^MfMia^MBaroaggsaggBS^  ������>ig$^^  iM^Biyii'ssisisi^  NMM'ai-fe  ������f||5ae;m|UM^  .-;A/AAV;l}biWra^  WOnn   K^i+6   btovsA; and*:Chi 1<!rens';: Readv-^ade'riothiiiti','^  fy>t4.UV-./������."'I������   r,ij"'sjz<ic-?:-fblA'.alo::at le?s,.0ian >'kctuaL:cosL.^  $1i00wUpMrtIsm  .ffv'!'rKaA;r.;iige. from'  '.<4������  .'fttrt  %  ������  ������t ���������?���������������������������������������������  ;!������$i';;.!V/  fjyA'-"'  <>   Dealer-in;LO0V;Sand -S'HO'RSi'-MEN'S FURNISHINGS.^K-KA-IB'-.r^-^--,-.-,  ^:n.;Aa/;^":^  ��������� "*\*-��������� ,'������������������',-;.', f':.~ ."-"":'?������������������',~  ~..~   ~ ���������;-=-,.-!.;������������������������,-���������: ~'-~ ~-~ ,~"~ ,~,.~,.���������,.,-*-,-s-:.���������*���������..*.; ,'-'-i'' .i;;-.;;  a*;''!i/All above.lihes%re" 11 p-to-date'goods;it w  :!.' ''^i^theiiv'bei^re^  Trunks, Valises,Sweat Pads, Oil Coats, Oil Hats, Water-proof Sheets, etc jjt3  K! Weekly 1 Sbipriients ^bffFrcshJiOrcam  '     ;;v OxiV Teasand.Cbfe  " Front;; Street,. ��������� ^ ���������; |(;?v >' ^ ye j^ ok:������ ^ ��������� .J.;;^..: ,i' v  M'lTiiirwi-irnitffwiw  ^i&^i  \Just Remodelled and Refurnished- with"all Modern Conveniences  ]]{odiiis; iti- Suites "with. Baths and: Toilets M  )(indCold':Wat^  '���������y^Ros3^ommitied:Joryjnal.\..--:'r  ; ';TJie: coroner'i?'', inquoist';',h'ekr-,.-'.l>y:  ']jiv Cross ;;aiv^ai<\ir;j>i'v^uRMlMir::a;  vei'dictvthat-l;li-ni'y.;;U^  dwitli'/ht:thc.,:lliiads oi.Tlenn" R'p^c/  iKosirinade:.;! ���������j-tii.ienieitl'���������.. ai,;ljui ;j.nj  :q 1 i.esut 6������������������ t h c;c 1'iVct i; 1 i;i tQVe. ��������� -j\\: 1 d loft;  (:'ole::,ind Detjwiv: tit; ihe spoi, .where-,  t hc;:', tra gody -1.oak'.'. j j,! a:eo;'-.:���������' wen'(:  on  /aiHl^'&ided^bereypTiSte  ",G!ol^:,.eig|i%;-!y.eii.rs;4n-iKlw  .������������������y^tr;v{.'::Had:;no,.dL:fer.cnce;\n  .dnei'ito -speak of :exct3jit.;\vli;ch tlrink-;  jn|.;ijMet pi^irOiier-at.;y.ii.in;;On:.4th  ;ato'-S(ikti������p.;; ������������������ ��������� R;psc-'invited'������������������ him'\to  : his:'.ra;hcli-.'t.6v: sceViiis. '..crbps';--'' 'iJi'tii^ls.-'  .ing (0 b'ri-ng.'hlm,'lJaclv.ho'xt::inoi'Tiin^  to go '!tQ'':St;;'L'eo"n:;:, :'Lefb:':wi;tli :-'',0.ple'  -and.;, prisoner'-in',, boat --:'iib'out->''l,-'30.  'Gpuig'idpwn.,-,words' took place', be-  ;t\veen:' "Cole  and.'.������������������ prisonerl^ ;. Was  steering andrbeing,afraid : thqvmch  ;miglii:,clinchi'qiKlvUpsei,'b,oal,,a^  'a]sp;on''aeop^n.t df high wind, ��������� rai\  lifj.at asliovc,: ' Gp.uld; not,::-:siVy.-who  startofLquarrel; , ^'"asvgottiiig'.'-iiortf'  oiii:'.of^iii'f,.\vlieir siiw:C()1c-iiih1 vR'p,sc.  ':i':ui;iiia)g.-s.ijdc.;\:l)y'':,sidoyMn-; stoopiii,^  |)'psiti>3biiet\veen ceibir logs.; Coulil  not, .s)iy;,whi.ch\ w;is!;ebasi hg .."Jo.J.l,i'.o.rJ':  Calli'd-: only. "It's st.i;aiige;you.can?t  clr.iiib.w.i ilmtif,:.:. gct'ling; i n;Vi(;; ,111 nss.,  .QViiL,:;Ui:tK?r^^  'i^^Saiiie^eyening^R  i\yU:[i-:-':issaul.L;,-mi..:.-N  iutent;to!kill.":.*The/;pvidenc'3  was"  siipilaryto former case iind?aecused'  was'connintted:on.this charge;also;J:  BUILDINGS.  W3������MIJMijll,t)l|.llllll   H.W IW.IIJW'I  Still to the Front  Or. MaeKenzie?s English Cough Balsaiii  The healing and soothing remedy for Ootiglis, Golds,  '..'-..''   ,���������: Tickling in  the Throat,   Bronchitis, Croup,   Early  Stages of Consumption, and  a 11  other Throat and  ���������'������������������".���������.' . L.iing Troubles.  "Worth.a trip to California.;   ���������  G. F. CURTIS, RED CROSS DRUGSTORE, REVELSTOKE  wjth;they!)baK,iiiipndiiig;:.-.'Lp- gd;:.tov ���������'R-ostiVr'.'Xiu.sb,*.-Ji."i"j-ii!:;tij'-Vnip:"'iin"i.l'.;:yaic.l'  his:.farin further, sou lit p;p t hojake;, /"Aro a;6u goi ng 'to: take "Cole's 'pari, ���������  Ufat:l(e; beo,il,f:ei'it;^: of; ^niiirder,";��������� "vau;old'��������� ^���������.1 v;Hc caught' me'Vhy  ���������a'ii.d,'i'p'i\,:.lookihg' 'i'o.u'n.dj'Ha \y:' Demars 1 n^tdc. Liit.Lf nia i.nlijcily tfj Lreak :lo6?e;  grsficiilatino...,' l-jc',   returned:���������': a 1Kb'-hi.:I ir'!>;\ed; >: 11 <L-?.,���������!';"aMcioKon haek:.  ;V;.v,Tlie''-..hpS[vitii.i'^Vl)ns,/-b.e!vii'!',;:cpiiiipl^  and is.a credit-to the city/v-'l't'is.. li'dnv  ilosigiis hy Dalton'���������'&������������������:.Rycleigli, arcln-  t'ectsyof.'.Vancouver.'- It covoi's ii'Spiicc  of 32 foot hy'S-L fcntr'On baseiiicnt  arij^hpikitcilleii-'.]..!J.ft.-by.20.ft.','- dining'  room K-] ft:-:liv;2b I't., Hlispehsary 12 ft,,;'  by...13--ffc.,','',si"orp' 'rooh'i; 13 - ft;.���������by. 12 tt.y-  funiaee wiili . fuel Vooili TO, W. by.13 ft.,  Ihe .first, ..i!oi.H',.;eontains the'-.irencrii 1 ���������  vvard-IS ft; by 20-fti.\iiiid'.vvbibli.'vvill;  ���������1 ia vo six bods', . 'I'be opevatin'g, room 'is,  J2:'ft; liy Trriv;;; ;:i;ntisepfcic'roiom .1.0 ft.  ,by.J4������������������Icet:������������������������������������.Ollie.c.-���������12 ft- by;lT'ffc;,: two  pi'i\'ato-vyiii;(l:?:J.L- ft.ldiy 10 Jft., batli  rqoni;litted'vviih. eiiin'nellcd.stcjel biitlr  ,:iiul.layiiti)ry .10 l\.,^|'uarc, lihoti closet'  "0 feeivsi|ii!ii-.o.;ritt'iid'' with sholves. *]:"���������.  ':; ��������� rt-^Mbe-inleiitiyii.fif the' i-biiiinitte^  -td>ar,-iiig;-.'foi-;;tlie;'opeiiing eereiiipnies'  oirCi:i-onatidn;cliiy.^:T(io ^n'uchijn-iii^e1  ��������� CiiiniViji,:^  'tliev^iOTe^soiil'efb;^  hiiyc ca:'i'iectbut.t,be:Scboine(td;:i)ro>;icle,:  ;jiii!'hpspit:il 'for tiiejaty,'aiict especiiilK::  :tq '-^th Cu :Seci'otiU; v^irejiti iirer^:kllL,;-'jL'  A.tkiiik, \v110 lias liatl' heiivy duties and  dia^'fiiliiijed tlWni'u-elhJ^V^Iv:.;:;;^  ;;.;:-V ���������..'..''' -"\V:''"mCH AK'.'.S��������� it KSIIIKXCf-:'.--.,..;������������������;;,.������������������:"','. ..  '!������������������; 1 ��������� robably-; tilc.'.;inbst���������:coin]11etc'���������..'. resi-'  ddiico in, tire 'city' is that.,,just",com-.  pfeted fpr A.Mcltiie, p!os't.niiistei'..': The.  building is-oh 'a. iii'ett.y''s.ite-dvei'lpok-ing'  tlie- riv.er, ��������� - and is1' siirrouiided ',>,.by, 11.'  nicely laid .out 'plot': 150. ft, by 200 ft.!  Thd.build ing includes a hal IS; .ft. by  1-i ft.; (lriiwingTrdoni/14 ft. byl3;ft.;  dining rodm,: 1(5 ft. by 20-ft.; .with  sikling dpOi'S :cpai'iiting the. two rooms;[  priyate/ollico lOft^by'M^ft.f kit'cheii;  10 ��������� ft.; by 20 ft.' with -sin k. a nd' cokt and  "liot'Wiitci" laid , 611;,-'.uydvpiintry.; ��������� On  the'' upper, floor arc three ��������� bed .-Toonis,-  resjicctively 10 ft; squa re, 1.1, ft. l.iy��������� 1.3'  ft., and ,10it:- by 12.'ft.-; jilsabiitli room  litted with steel bath^wash-stiind; aiul  lowidowiillusi'closet; ofi-tlic- best (le-  )McIntdsh.: and;vp,thers-: we^^  ���������;-retuni;lnp.;';''--'-;''--^/;-':'''-;-;---:--;''?^:;;;^  ::''v:lt wiil,.be-:gCidtl:in,ews:tp;/���������'tl'ic.ci'u^f^iS^H  ;.'zens;:'ilto^->learn<!'tbait;-:AvbQiie  ',B'iatc,:'qf,-.;w'a'.ter:v\vill;'.aih  ''.'civ'will'be;-runTo ��������� aiul>fronilfhe^'cit\;i;|*���������' .';;  v.Slie ^wi-l-lll.eh v e'\;;'J��������� j gl 1 t..:^I|lC;..,.'tiuT_i ii ji'.":',;.-: A':'- ";?i-, j;  jhiglrAvatcx^qirTy^  ^ly^::;.:^^^  -Denial's" told, him ���������.���������..(iw'-.tV'-iiten- ,ha  'F>it::hoi)i.r.vi.'i';!.f  '���������'cbhi.e ii) liiuHintain^;:ri;i!i;.;i.i, Cbic-aiVm ���������: ;������������������ -f.:e,;o.; oL c:dui-u'si-,'\yiii\iiV';:"knuu'k,;r(l  a-i-tacja'd- lii hi. - :rj ���������,- ,'.;'���������:;���������'"���������':';' ..-���������;'��������� "\,.,, -'-'{.nic .'.11 i-i^pn'.H.'io.u':-;,.'''':. '.'On'-'"^^'^.'/-^'!^^-  --.; Oiv'.' Satui'daXv' afi'::i'.vio:;-Vji a.t.: . tli^H ^I'nvow )n ��������� lire, '"> f('d- 'coklf;Viion  Centraf'liOtel;l.)e.fi!>ie-:V:\v:.U 'Fi'-asc'r, ''���������Rd.-:e.\:iVtn.c;iiri(l';kL;e.A-. ���������''. H.reoiit.:������������������(���������J.i.u  ������������������Si-M-'ii'a^Si! ;R,.!Con:l^ir. ���������','",!'"���������';. iienry-j anothin- blow-'iiiiif- r.- ,:,>,'viibei'ed no  Rose '..w.'ih  c!iarcr(cl .'wi'  'He'.iiry.'Colo..:  -;Cbi!>.(:|!d(;;. U^'pi;r -enqn-ur^-il .the  prosecution' and  prisdnervwas   de-:  fended-1iy.'.].,M.";-eoi!-;  v:;iimg ' .more ::rll in hi),.!  11        .   ,���������, wi    v: .. ,t ,-...,���������       -       ���������.'���������,-'  ,:, ;��������� Li', (JaVrilf liet'H ga W;'.;xevlilO:U:o . Of  posl. .'iiiofieii'i.    cxiiih'ina'fioi'r. '(rpiii.  which i.i.'-.'fn 1 soared  the lower '"jaw of  ec(M.i^.>d'''was;hrokendn. I wo1  places  ""   vMMt  :''i3*-ii*.-*'.'|-5,-OTwK   T.IIK-.TIOSf'lTAU  ���������;_ The   q|.f)'ating':'ivoni :is  splendidly  Walter ..^coO'.;-: of   N^kusji.   dt'S-    by-- a- hli.-v. chin. b:ull:':' ''eiiL: ueck":.' ^J--1'''^1, ���������mihI .the  corners  rounded; to  brila-il'   pri-oiu^  Vifmi'iiLr    wi' him;! hildh ' i'-riii'-ed.      liivi'I'i" lun''- and''-.- '''V'1-1!'-' i,: '������������������'' be iliorotighly claused: "..'  WcdneMia'vVni'dit and i.-illnii   him I'hraii, -weie   ctqtii^ltnl-from efl'ect of'! ;   ''" !iH^vcia.l lloor are seven , jji:i-  Cole wa^ dead and;. ]>rt1ai>''neaiMv'fin)ur!>,:;'wi,k;lr might h:r eau.e.hhv j "tnTlli' ,'1 w,  liAnr'"," *'   lllvut0l''������s'  . ; . r.:,-. ������������������ , a ' >  ��������� ��������� ���������.���������������������������' v ;    ���������������������������   \       '        ,'.      , ������: ���������>,..,   '    .   .  ������������������������������������' 1     'Mi Du- (.lmmiloor, .are seven   rooms  so.     L;-.iv,.'.i,.l p.i.i.i,, iui.  M-i-pii,- with : weapon qiroduced.,   l������.i.,her   injury 1 ini,.,,,!,-,!- i���������i'theaeeoinnKiilMtioii of the'  h.     Horrid:. ;  1.. :.. ���������Miiuiions..   and ; was sunici&uKo caijso ilcath. -   The j sii,(T. of ihe hospital.    ������������������   ',-'        ���������   :'  ���������Slgl).'    ';; -: .?;.. '; ./ ;"  .:.':..' ,/.-,'., I;'. ;,;���������,:���������;,  "���������.; There.arc-double .\v.-irdro:'es to;';the  bc(l:rOoins'.;;;:;.Tbeie -is;a': good cellar,,;!  v'6r;uidah'>:ri-iu](|-,;(|)o'-l!()Use ; and bay  wiinluw.s lii draiv ingiuid dining,rounis,  ,Tlui iiiuisc;, i.-- ire;':te(i liv a','Gurney liir-���������.  ,n;iei',.:aal ";s','|i!asiei-i..(|. th'roiighiiut( .\ '.  coii.iji' : e��������������������������� Civ'agi''' sy'st-e.-i.i; cOiineeis. wit hc'  tlie;i;a;ii-.,,'������,'ciii|Ki  liie��������� (iuelijng'-is  a  \\?'Ji)!ii';iji'ife J'   it. iiy-2-J. !t;:a hen IioUm' ,. ..      .������������������������������������-,-,���������      ,      ���������     ,-,      ��������� ,  .htii, i>y ]5ft.f:a,,;i;a^  closed .'wi i-h wii-e re'uing;.    .. ; .     . I    ���������Sunday..; being  deeorritionv day  the  ������������������������������������ 'I'ljii'.'p'liiiiiN.ii'g . vyar. (lunij by: ]���������'..Mos- ; ni'embers ^if the\Selkirk':nnd, Heyel-  .ci'op.E,.uii| rl;r'p,as!eriii^:hy .}. ^leLean.1' st okeloluji's with assemble atibi. Odd-  The'e<,ii;i-.iy.,'.'vii.i;:'ii!i;n weli earned out 'fellows Hall a ;vd.parade 't'p; 'the" ceiae-  by J>hs>is;;;; ���������ui.iu-.,m \ Abi-ahiinson: v.- 1 tciy where ( the . thives; of dee.eiisc-il.  ���������,.'���������;;,';���������'; -;,-: ���������_ '   '", o-'.: ^.-���������   ���������'���������'';--.���������'���������      i.liieinb rs will. be. decorated.������������������'���������"' ������������������.  :;.-.-;'-: ���������;;'-;'-:.-'��������� ;.->:a.oa'.: :-i\ ���������;.(;::...:.,;������������������:::;��������� -:"������������������.;  ���������'���������\-Tlio ;.Fprcstors;.will-hold ii. pai'adc-t������r':  H.t, Peter's; Church on Sunday. J.:   '".'���������'.if,.-  ���������;.:'���������'iv-^;: '.:'--'-f :"m.vson'i<:':': ';; .���������'���������������������������'<>��������������������������� ;'���������."''.-':;;;:  ;���������'!���������:> 1\M. Bro. Fred. Fi-aser has boeivap-v';  poiuted'td' represent' Kootenay ^Ipdge; ."  !A:F. &A.M; at,the Grand lodge ineVt-,;  ,hig''nt''tJie'.Coasl.';;.,,���������,:;.' ,: :,':,-:/';'. ���������'..;;;-,''S':'-'  -:'';.-:;",.:.;": "::\.:.--   "';,i;.o,o.v;' ^���������.'���������;i;. :':' ������������������,/LV:';vi;.'.';.  '.V Lodge Keyelstoke elected tliciolldw- ���������-':  ing ofliccrs for  next   lialf-v'ea.-:���������AV'ost"''  I.^i(ly^N.G;'  W.jA[ollis(m^V.(;;.;iV.T.:A^  Stone. K.rj;;;\'J;.', r:-..\\*dodro\y, Troa^;' - C!. '  ,I-I,.LhvvK'nce.,-,'lLS." ���������'''���������':--;,;': .."'-' :':���������''':;' ;!"'' -'-"  ;y...M61k^rkvl6cigcv>'cloo'tt'il7tJi<'r; foJIon-rn^-.'.v.'  oflieers foreiisu.ing: half-vear:���������-'iL;Oiit-"'"'"  :;liett;::.^.G.;\>H."AI-miiiiig,;>^  Al at b ie,. f~cc;.;:; .LvPal trier, ;Trcn s./'.;'.''-;  ....; Aid.AI,eLc^)d left 011,Saturday..-lii^iit:  ti'J''i:cprcsoiit--'tj).e.-,Selkirk lodge' at; tiio ���������  G:',iin(bludg'o.meeting.,6f:-G(Uifeliovvrf.v';'.'--  4P.M., Pro. Waterson left on'Moiiday -  1 tir'attend the Grand,'lodge-I;i;).(,).Fi.n's:: :;���������,  Si S, REmSTOKE  Makes Maiden Trip to Big Bend,;  ,iS>'.' lievel.-lokc made hei', maiden  The stiiirCases are eiii'uiiiiKlious. 'i'lie  lihililiiig is jiliistereil tliroiighout, and  tbe. various rooms., will, lighted. The  slea'm. heat syslein, has been adojited;  w-ii li radi.-'aor.s.in eneh rnnin.   A S[icni:e          "   '' "'" d  , ,   .    .  . -t  ' j. from the.kilebe|i(o'|be<lilVerciit,floors.-  ���������Uhristi'V    J'oiaid. ,C'd.e/ dead,.'with ]'injury, to th'roaf i'!ij'peare(Las',i if'-'ii  blood,f!ov.'iiig.'.fi'i.iin ikiji; and irioul'lj.-] might ha.ve . been 'done Tiy  gari'Ol-  Found, l)i ina'iv in un(:oi^(-ioi:r t'oii-l.tingi      .;       <���������  (lition ui'h  W"i'nd   on   head   from-'     lleinars,    liaving 'been   liiveii   n  which 'd-iloi.il   flowed.    There    was ' rcsl, was'reealliid. and' in  reply   (o  ''"'''!." -''a'liaiorsjn i-aeli room.  Atfpet^  blwod"'all o\;.-r place, more particu- J .1. aLHcoI.i said   thev had four' b.u!,"|  '"'j .',!i '.J^;." I,:;'1.-.   Electric- bells ait;  1    i .,'���������,���������        ,,   ,���������������������������',���������', - . 1    " ������������������'   1 ��������� , , 1' ,, r : ��������� ������������������'    spenkiiiif ��������� .uhes are iirovidei , am a- hi  laryruia^iarlog,, Put Memars | .tles.oiwh.sky ,\ hotflcvas. twice ^.iMl.e.ki.ebeo u'the'lilVeVcntdnors.  .111 .boat aird returned,, to Nakusp : produced while they ..wei-e : 111 ��������� the : T|,e stdiio and luiek work was done by  about 3 a.m. I'ema.rs. came to con- ; l.iontI.nit witness .did not drink any, ! ],.;; (VFiomev; (lie plum bin" 'by IL  sciou.-ivs- in i.o.il. -' ^ent two men 1 Cole offered. 10 ;sjiell,, Koso at the'i Gordon:'the si earn; beating hy^K. "Nlos-'.  to; take i !'a :!,.'��������� of Cole's'body." Cole j oars- as lie said.'liUr"i>. iau.l. been'1'ow- j. erbp';' .Ihe' painting by, Mckenzie it-  was iii.oi,, 'M vea.rs , old.- Haw, two! ing loiigiMioiigl'i. Hose's -raneh ,.is| 'if.'.Oi'siiy; i he plastering hy Jl .AlcjLoa'ii;.'  landing marl-:;, of boat. Tire' men i'six or seven 'miles from ' Nakusp. M<~^>':;- Kooiciv A'hi'iihamsou mire (lie.  ha'tL  whi-i:v   ; \;Aow--' thev. .left; ; Wheii, sober iheril   was   no' )ieCev'! ''"tiiu'lors lor the building, and have'  Demai'H railed on -him. before leas-! man than Rose,   bu!.; wlH^-hW(....W^  ���������     ������������������'���������������������������]���������    , ,,   1 ��������� i ,.'   , ������������������   "���������������������������,    i ,. .,     1 '         "' /,   1 ���������    'a- binlilfm was   nut   y passed by the  ing, and. >!a.ed he w:,s going, to .liquor l,p. bvCnme cra.y. Cole wa, , ;il,.|li!lTls ��������������������������� yu.M-.ivJww -Mei.eod.  RosQ'r, rat/en andbaek lo;b,t, Jfeon. - a pou'ernil nian and' in a fair battle 1 ,.-},;,..,' ���������!' 1 he Vinoria Vlnler of Nurses,  There; wi-re in;;!  hoGles'in   liose's ; would he able to hold his owh with j, u-ho  inspeeied  the -biiilding'on    her  THE CHURCHES,  "     'a-uKsnYTioniAN f-iiuKeii.",',;,"y"������������������'  A edinniiueeof  iheqiresliyjery  u i.;l  nu-et at 'Revel.-toke'fii'i  'J'uesd.-iv in-re-,  tripdo Ibg ".land 011 Sunday.   Ar-' spouse. ;.tA .a.Jarjie   requisition   fi'om  riving from Nakusp early,Saturday.   -���������'-'������������������������������������    '���������     -    " ������������������������������������    ..���������������������������.-.  she loaded ten toiis df freiglit ami  went 1 hat' (lay to./1 he head of the  can yon, going 'ihrough in'tweti'y  hiiiiille.-, a'line only heiirg required  .once, lo get her ihrough 'ihe big  rifllc, ' On 'Htiiiday at 0 a.m. a stari,  was iinide for La ForU'. "\\ hich���������'��������� was  reaeheri ,-it 10,-1 a, and tlie ,'���������leanier  was'n n ���������: ivgli'.'.iir d , Pfie.-i   Rapids,  members and adherents of the,Presbyterian Church, asking 'an inquiry' into  the'alf.iirs ofaliecbureh. .   , ,: , ,'  c The garden   pariy^t e:\ld.',McLo,;:.d.s'.  under the  au'spicesoi" ilio'Liiflies' 'Aid '  of the ,l'i-eshv-tcri.-in   Church 'resulteft  iii 1111 ...addition of ���������'f.I'Vto the funds.;  AlKTJIODIST OlirifCH.'' .'���������; "���������'.' '-"A  . At the ,Mi.-thodis,t. .Church; oii. ^tiii'  day eyening'Kev. C. Ladner, will l.iold  Ca.pi, For. I; ud 'ihinks >e; highly <if! a.thaiiksgivbi'g service for the.elosC'oi  tiic'rle.-unui'.. qmiijties tiiat'lie' he- p'be. war,: and.'hvill' preach, a. seriuou,  lievo";-lie V.m h'i Jbalve ihe rMp;(|,.l-be������ring on.the .subject^ Th.^chpir. is:  The ho;'i!. ua"s : roi;gh!i I'.-a-k to Lighi  reeeht v.isil, expressed/herself well  pleased withjhe design and ace;onimo-  ilation. alVo'i'ded. ���������      ���������  The oasl of'i.he-'liiiililiiig.'Ms.. tiboiit  N'e'ls I.-. i;.:;i-, v. li,'. ��������� app-eared'. iu'jtiost ii,or(.'e'iii on behalf of defence, .'-'f,l--( ������,)'>', and, with (he uncojlectcd sub-  <;\\\r\ wit'ii a-i.- -iVi-A-rl- tied up,' face ��������� said he ;, Aw! will) "facts iiS .,'���������.,,.. j'^alpl ions, atid'a. further,, grant from  111-.--.-I1 ������Iii������:-..";v-r.ii from, injuries  .n-/raleil  bv' Dr.A'arrulhoiv  huf'iiof I j!'1'-overniiieul;; 01 .$2,000   the build-  10.11. .,.!.ri;C'iyii .ivo-'c: on siisjucioii,,! llo.-e  'Pr'oiha'ed ��������� >k)r wi'h ; blood j.rria'rks.l     To tlie'l'i'iieh: Ani   7S., yc.n'hs   of  will!'.. v\ hit b   Imiaiys . pruha'Ay  in- ' age:   ' ���������,     '  . '.'     .;  iiielcd.      ."���������'���������''.-".       . .'    ,''    "   '! .C'lJr.   McLean,   who atlcnded' Ihe  eel Vi-(l. ���������:: I-Hl  ���������,:��������� weak, foniiltloli.  said, lie .re.-i-A d" naie -miles . below  Nakusp. ��������� Wa.-,'in ���������district in LSli-'i,  A.a.1   i- a,,-; mVl- ..������������������   aug would' he-pairl   Jor.    the  ( ovcrn  w th   us��������� ci) (dusions. ���������,.������������������.. 1   ��������� r, >    ,    ������������������       ,,,,������������������,,,  ,   ,    ,    , .,, ���������.'      ..,���������', /      tiwni have already given  ^-1,000, ^the  Accused   was theircoainiifted lor   ,.���������!,,,. :    - -   " -'>,'.  triii"    ���������riplions id   Kevel.sl.uke  and   dis-'  triet  airiouulei.l    to   I^OOO,  and   the  M.ile that e'.en.rq-, inakaig the run  from.Vl. oyds; of ','-!!. nnles,ln two  hours, 0 including Iwo landings.  Ciipls, (.ihrc and .Korsland ���������' liad  charge of her im lieranaiilen trip lo,  the bend.   The following crew.havi  preparing:!.'special selection of 11,11 thr-'hi:^  ,and hv!iin = 'fi.n-th'.-occasion.      . ������������������  CHALLENGE.  Fire    ISnt-'iidt.1    No.   One   lierewiilC.  challenge  Fire   Brigade  No, Two to a'  been '.appninaVl . for   ihe 'season.: } contest to be held at  the.Coronation  Capt./lc,,i>l;,iid,  Fngincer  Colbeck.   sports hero. ��������� /.'"-.".'������������������'.'   ',,'"���������' A-  purser and mate IL W.Troup, Fin-' Chvvs: .M-. .Kinui; >.;���������������:.  man- JL. \\r, Woolock,  foilr deck  hands, cook  aiul   waiter,    'I he foi  lowing comprised the passemrer list  on the first  (rip: ,/IL; \V.   llowson,  II. Chiyr.or, I), MeCaf by,.]. Cuilct-  to, J. C. J''ar e!l. \Y. W'hi'.'tnoiv. and  two other.-.    .).(,'. ��������� .Monttrornerv. A,  ACCEPTANCE.  . The C.P.K. / Brigade . hereby 'rha'l-  k-nge Revelstoke No. 1 or. i to n  contest at Corojiation tports.  >;,, Tfcrrvnrr;-!^ Fve,   i' TEE KOOTENAY MAIL.  vioe'ftbotenaiefl&ati  ITBLISHKD  FRIDAY.  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE. B.C..  ",-.   -.rlptloB   Price,   S2.00   Per   Annum  ...-.vniiTISIN-G' RATK3 on awlic.iUo...  rnan-L- in advertisement- nJU-* bi i t>>  i u������-L������r of each week lo teeur^ goc*. di-  ;���������'���������">>'���������  j--.; l'P.ISTIKG promptly executed at rca-on-  ib'.e rates.  ���������v -.'OUSTS for printing: and advertising  [.avaWe on'firit of month; gub������nption������  -.arable in advance.  C i:RE.-'PON*DENCE invited on matters of  oublic linere^t. Communication!, to bailor mu=t be accompanied by name of  -rrftcr. Dot necessarily for publication, hut  v= evidence of good faith. Coije-pondcnco  ais=t reach the office by Tucs-dny evening.  Address  The KootekaY' Mail,  Rcvel'stoke, B.C.  "/3 request our numerous readers to  favor us with their assistance in  maklng'the KOOTENAY MAIL the  most valuable advertising: medium in the Kootenays by giving  the preference, when maklfi.? purchases, to those Arms who are  regular advertisers in the KOOT-  ,    ENAY MAIL.  be to exercifc :i -.vhole-.ome influence in public affairs and tn secure  the election of a substantial party  of candidate? iii tlie next Provincial election, to, repro.-ent the reform interests iii the Lcgi-lalive  Assembly of our Province." _ Organisations approving Ihe platform  are urged to organise a Progressive  party club in each coin :r. unity,  these clubs in turn lo organise a,  district association: A levy of 20  cents pei member is propo-ed to  pay the expends of  the  executive.  cm* AGENTS.  r0]iics of Th?- Mail may bo obUiir.'cd from  i.e. rollovring city agent.H:  .1. VJ'. Be.n-xktt.  axad-v  Drcg & Hook Co.  y. B. avelu.  li  ARVEY & McOARTER  ' BAKRIeTE-RB, SOLICITORS, ETC. ,  ��������� Ok?iceb :   Molbos'B   Bank   Block,   Kevcl-  '��������� 6TOKE, B. C. ,  Money to loan. ' .    ��������� ���������  Offlcw: Hevelstoke, B. C; I-ort Steele, B. C.  Geo. S. McCarthy,  R-ovel.-rtoke, B. C.  J. A. Harvey,  Fort Steele, B. C.  J.  M. SCOTT, B.A., LL.B.  I3.V.KKISTER,    SOLICITOH,    NOTARY  Pcm.ic, Etc.  jk-Kenzie Ave,        Revelstoke, B. O.  TTiDWARD A. HAGGEN,  AIixiko Engineer,  (Mom. Amcriean Institute Mining Kngkicor,!  (Mem. Canadian Milling Institute.)  .   REVELSTOKE, B. O.  o  Examination of anil report* on Mineral Properties a Specialty.  vyiLLIAM A. BAUER.  c  domi.vjov a provincial l.vxd  'Bdkvetok.  sin v ev.-> of Mineral Claim..-'. Timbor Bortlw and  ,' Crown LandA  Giro of J. D. SJtBBALD, Hbvelstokb.  B.C.  J.  A. KIRK,  Domt.vio.v AND   Provincial  Land Scrveyor;-  Revklistokk, B.C.  THE MIXING INDUSTRY.  f  ��������� When the nniiing'incliVtry of the  Province was iiouni-hing'it became  fair game for taxation.. Now tha  conditions are rever.-ed the indu.--  try stands burdened with ihe load  of"years of aggre.-.-ive taxation, till  it is diflicult'to obtain that rebel  which should be given with a ' view  \o re-stimulating" that which if lh<  backbone of the country, and on  the success of which all el-e depends.    ''  In 1897 there wero'boom time-,  and all sorts of fake ,-chenie- were  started. Aery aror-u in ,<:op ihe-e  fakes, and'ono form which ih^ agitation took was the im] n-ilion ol  hea'/v charges for' ine<u'| orating  companies, placing'it b. \ond the,  means of smaj'J men m organi o  companies for the pui'pos- s even of  development, 'ihen, in addition  the company license fee was put up  to $100. Two years later the industry received another knock by  the dotibling'Of the, cn.-a of crown  granting mineral ��������� claims. Next  year followed the two per cent, ore  tax. Wc admit that, producing  mines should pay taxation, but the  tax should only'be levied on net  returns after paying all expenses.  Instead of thai, the mineral tax. as  we have il, is really a tax on labor,  as wages spent on mining are taxed  under the law, and in levying the  tax the grade of ore is not taken  into consideration, with ihe result  the low grade mine? are much more  heavily taxed in proportion than  the high grade mine<. The fees  for crown granting were again more  than doubled. Uesides these features of oppressive legi.-lation, there  are many vexatious side .issues.  Indeed it looks as if qur.degi-lafors  were trying to kill the nun,ng industry altogether. , Jf any other  industry were treated in ihe same  way it would bo'killed outright.  We trust tlie time has come when  the true value of the mineral industry will be recognised and when  the legislature will retrace its steps  to some extent and endeavor to  remedy the erroneous" features of  the burdens which mining has to  bea r.  meMootmw /Iftait  FRIDAY, ;Jp5E ^1002.  A,J CHINESE LAUNDRIES;';.   /,  'A:Tho action .taken at. the-meeting,  of-the: city.'council,.oir.1 Friday;-to  sregulate .'Chinese-.'.' laundries \.will.  ��������� meet with the hearty-support, of the  ���������icitizehs.: '..Since the" establishment,  of,-these laundries Aon 'First / street  .there/has been a ; tendency  to.' in-  ; creasoAhe; number; .yvith the1 result  .that "a    deterioration ��������� bf/..property,  ; rcsultslm'Vhat/vicinity^: and  citi-  Aens:: whp,v'go: .to. the/,expense of  building "���������' ������������������nice''-''���������homes' have . their  v'cfiort's'.'.to some extent frustrated by  undesirable,., neighbours.   Tlie ^best;  plan would appear-tc^ be  to: fix  a  limitAvitliin' which/ such   laundries  shall-bc conducted,,so that they can  all be. placed together in some part  .-of the,'city where they will  not interfere .with the property'or health  ���������'of the.citizensge'ne'rally. ���������','  :,  ,;:;:, A; BAD SCHEME.; A;, ',,  "���������'���������' A mischievous A bill. - before, the.  Legislature is- that,, authorising, the  ,C.lAR..'to select.lands inAYale and  Kootenay 'for  the construction   of  -'the Boundary railway, and it .is  re-ported the lands specially in view-.  are 'the coal and oil lands:    A gross  ./public.wrong- was 'committed.some  years ago in allowing tlie C.P.R.,to  /'select,lands south of. Golden and  in the ��������� Windermere'district for .the  . e'on.-truciioh of the.Robson railway.  Theefj'ect'of this has been to'/roli  ilia; .section of lands vvhich would  huvc beeu an inducement to a com  pany todiuil'd -a railway through  the."Columbia /valley, and open.up  the country, lying between Windermere and "Golden. If the bill were  passed as, drawn;. South Kootenay  and Yale would be under tbe same  injustice' from, which North 'Kast  Koutenav now''suffers.  . .provincial progressive  " party;   ���������  An elf-ment that will have con-  :dderab]rA influen'co ' in the n n  idections is the Provincial i rogr,- ���������  sive party, organised as .the, re.-u''  I'i'f the .recent .convention at. Kuril-  loop-.,' Wc have before u* a copy  ''if the manifesto jus.' issued by tbe  .executive'. Refi'-rence. is madelo  ihe state of chaos now exiAing in  Provincial politics, and an awakening urged. . The rrein'fesin'gne- on'.,  lo-sav:���������"Our immediate n'.ui ihall  cm council  '% Ordinary/meeting,^lH'ld/;Fi'iday.;  All,present.,���������-./.  -���������' /'-���������,/'������������������/ ';.--."' .--  ''''   -/��������� ," :;' coKiusroxPE^cK.^'::'v: :'���������' ."'".  ..   A.:F.: Luhdell,, pyo:.esling against:  letting portion '..of sidewa Iks -rii up-  per pftrt of town, to'���������J../,A.Ii:Callum.  as the writer had  ik>A recei'vcd'Aiis'  'iair."shitrc:.-;:,Alci',. Taylot/, ;as A/hair-;  'ma n of ';; W'orks/ Com mi u ee, "s t a ted,  'reason for Jetting .work as:- ihey .did,  meant a saving; to thecity'df $200.  Ald.; / Manning ��������� objected - -to /the  committee:'6ver-riding1 .the  re-'olu-,  tioti' of. Abe. co.uticil,  and /he. and'  A Id;'. /H ume. /sai d^rhe=^TvtetJi; i on:,; of  .--the council was to.dividf.:t.hework  wiuallY-^impngst'/ilie.-ih/i-eg  Gailuiu's'tender was/cpiisinered -loo'  low.   The Mayor, Aid:/McLeiid and  Mc M a li p'n' sup p o r.t eel ��������� /1 i ie a el ion , of  it lie .works  committee.' ,the:;A,layor  remarking': the  o'the.r/ conira'ctors  were getting nearly the a mount. di  ;\vork asked for a nd  a cen t, ���������, ii/...foot  *more than''McCaliun;ri-'' AkL ;Man-  .ising offered to put- .upv ;V': V>ond   to  do whole'-wdrk, for; 5;{C. foot:'^ Aid.-  McLeod suggested  :ru-.ai.ipo!'tionihg'  theworkf -The- Mayor/:   Aid. 'MrT-;  Leod,- ii re'you wrllin g t o   pay '��������� $.1U.0  more/than neerA'sary in '���������oi'der:   to  ��������� divide''it between 't'jy'.o  men?    Aid.'  McLeod: No.    A Id..".''Manning fjliar-  acterise'd: the ;action  of  tlie-. cum-.  mittee as mean, "'i'ln; /'M.:|v;nr-..said  it,wa^ simply ;a.   inrtViei'Ad!  doing  'what 'was'rigiiiA'.in/ 'rlie./iiYli;rv-t   of  the. ratepayers. A 1 h<; . i.u;ii:e'r- ihen  dropped.  Stimson k (..'o.,',TAri)iii<.-.' re bmids  .for.',*.",000'.;loan.      -HAA/.A.  iliat  debentures be plae.-d, ninb-r Aier. to  Molspns'Bank'.  R.-Tapping   ro 'quaraniin'i'''.,feti.ee.  Referred  -to' Aid.   .Ta.ylwr ���������.-'!.i> -deal  'with'. . .        L ' -'A.'- , '���������  / ' _  ,   Dr. .Fagan, beji lib -olliee.)-..slating  he   would  cnijuln..- '.iiiln   el.-nm  miaranliiie costs, /   ...  WU* RbrobemsQi? Addition to  , ���������  TROUT LME CITY  MffSt  r        i  1 1 1 1 IQ1 1 1 1 1  r  ���������  13  ���������  -  St  7  13  -J  1  o  o  o  o  For Terms and Particu'ar-; in to Sale of Lots, apply to        , -  H. N. COURSIER, AGENT, REVELSTOKE.  'The fire, water and light committee were instructed to arrange  for a caretaker of the fire alarm  system.  " Aid. Manning "considered the  order for police clothing should be  divided.   ,  Aid. Taylor said J.������ E. Long  wanted road to Kootenay brewery  fixed.  The Mayor reported that It. Tapping had made safe the opera house  ancftimber sheds;  also that'he did ] In the night while othei'h *lepir-  not 'proclaim   a  holiday  at  peace j     Those love-lit,eye,, of mother!  proclamation    on   account  of  the    W]l0n ]uM, (fni,,lu, ���������],.,!] sj]ont i.e.  funeral that day. .___ | i^eiKi ]u) m>ro, nor .^ing for lliee,  Accounts having been passed for |     Then you'll think of 'mother,  payment the council adjourned., Then your aching heart will long  For the eoiiii.-el, prayer and mhisj  I'roiii ihe loiigue'of iiiolher.,  Then You'll Think of Mother.  When her wciry hand.-, .-duill reht,  Folded o-i her quite bte.t-it, (  Tlien you'll lliink of nioiher.  Uuvv in work those hand- onee moved  a Fnj- the children that -he loved,  Then you'll think of molher.  When her eye,- r-h.i 11 elo.-e in sleep  From which'they'lI neve- 'wakotoweep'  Then you'll think ol mother.  Oh. the vigils ihey have k -ep,  A CITY  OBSERVATORY  Where Star-Gazers Meet.  When the luw ulmll nm-i. no >-i-> -  With the dear, sweel smile of yore���������  Then you'll think of mother.  You will put forget the ki:?s  Which   thrilled   your childish  heart  with lili���������.  Preyed   Io yours  by lips of  mother,  , Year������,:vvill������p,ij5���������ihey!re fleeting now������������������  : .BfLngjio shiulow tpAAi'/'In'Ow,/���������/���������������������������//��������� '..''. :  ;:, ���������But;kindly/thihk'df inotlier;  '���������;:'���������':  HeliydierAfteii-as you inay, '-.'/.; ./ :,;-  .Life withjiei- is/siudi hrief; day, /A :  ..Your lifieoDearth with' mother.,   ;  ';'''"-It, is hot'generally known;that Ivev-,;  "cis-'-oko' -C'''������"'' '"'���������' .>������v J^'3''1- niitls't'.'-.an''-0 cxpqrt;  -astronont?!' and, iiiii:observatory/',_; On.  Third  street '-/may'-'- be seen;,',������, 'An rioas'  looking buiiding,. belonging.; to  Kr-R.  Copelaiul/ who;: ix  ninacbinist at the  ������������������C:l.y.ttA!sli'bps.:: ;Srr, 'Copeliind ls^ii son  ofiho Astroiiomer-Kpyal' of .SGOtla.iu],  and has inherited a'taste  for- bne:;of  the'd'andesD of the sciences',  having,.  as a "boy,, worked -ami  played  in ,dns;'  ���������ftither',ioob-iel'i'iupry rib Edi. burgli-r/  one -of the liiiest. observatori^ j"   the  vvorid.' A\Ali,.;Mr.  Copijland��������� .brWjrlit  hi.s'instinct; with 'him to .Canada,.'and  on Ids.beinu'inoved/ironA Donald-to .   -..Jim.    ������.v:i.i,,;'i\,A���������on  Kevolstoke,' lie .erected an;obsery;itory i.-'- ��������� '':Amb(M'     IMvig bmokiiig. lobiHPO  vvb.erein' to.pursuo-hjs. favorite study,. I. is '.\vH)ning,6i;i;,i,l:S.jnie:rUsv  A Fino 5to:'< of  Chincss.ind J.ipanesfi  Goods Just Arrived  IUMIJOO GlIAIKrf  FANCY TAHI.I^  '  TF, ATI! AYS  CHINA WAKE,,  FA.M'.Y tjOODrf  NAPKINS  HAXniCER'MIlEFS  FANS  ' In Great Variety  In Np.w Store Opposite Jhe  Joss House. a  W,'!i..it''h6>till: liet sdtil iitdiisr,/���������.^ ;; ."������������������',  To tlie hoiiie/above haApassed, ,.:/.;  ��������� ������������������ J3'l'i|. sJHJyv'',yo,iir-,,loy.e.:'tp' nipt tici1.  Gheerdierwiiile oh earth ��������� s.l'i'e.'.stiiy.s/'  iByyoiir loving actH ahd/waysj' -;."',.  /'.lie dutii'.nl.to mother/A/,.,:,/ .::,'���������  ���������Mi J. BalLvxt^ki:, :/--.. ",,/.//:  /''Mr/Copehmd ovvti? a telescope, once j ;���������:��������� y;/}iart, von ...t..n.(.;d:'it:',?!'  tbeproD^tylo! Prof. NicholU,.or.G.l^-A >\-%^ 'A./ AiA ' ''i^^A "������  (Avv> Scotla'iid, y .famous man in.his /: \.::.'JA '-;s ;'('- :, ; ������"' .:'  'clav      With Ahi������ ������������������in^triHnent,;in  thc-j -vaiuaniv.,:,-.;, ,.- ���������;-���������;-��������� ,.-;  tliey'  are;  .^urnnier.���������-.. c\;e:i'ing3     Mr. ���������  Copeland j  =\vatches the nioveirionts  ot/the star.-u  orlniriates a friend into the: my^ticA, ^.g^^^mm?!^^*^.  arv. :.The observatory'ds .-ntted ta,re- g ��������� //��������� ,,/..../ "... ,),&.. -.:,;���������'/../'- , \.s������  volve with, the movement of t,he_earth.. j ������ AA /''A/'A, : ������������������/'':',-.��������� ::,";'''"'|  bejng, carried Air runners^travelling on. j-'^'A .u/DApplMfi    RAPPR   AND   At  mounting of, the/ 'instrument,.u; MrA %^  Coneland's Awn diandiwork. /'.,-,  tor  ,./ .   .       .'.J-KTiTKiN: '.'.''  IveHidenlii (if  Kir.-I: ;-'re'-Aol/eeied  ���������to' ('hiiie.-e  laundrie,-. on Kir.-.| nnd  Seed lid Areet:-,'a.ml a-i;t-d I hai-,.-iich.  nuisancer be r.e'gi'iln-ted..'.  ,    Aid.' -McLeod ;.-troi'i.g.iv.tii-geij rc,-  uioving    In i tii;i:.  iroi'iion of .en v.  I:' ,'j) i  a nee  Alf'l.' li'llllie ii.gn  fll'.  ���������'A!il.'..M.A.'t:'l.ge  ��������� ii ii'i ' i '.'!.  '   !:Ar:-C  tranibl ,1'ig'df'n-. -Hi  i   j .'.������������������. i.v:  1 -,.-,. ,-d-  inr iii111':-<������������������; - b')iihi  i |. ��������� i   .   j-.  '.':i   llV  | ol.ee.  'Ihe    ,M';lv.'.f     a  j.  in-ti*  .- "' i 111-  li'jiHei., eon  i- i ug  nl   ..���������'. '������������������ .; .  .'-!./,rl'  llrnv.    ���������' He'   A1   i  1 ���������.  ," ������������������ ire  .11  i, li.a 1.  i 1"   ��������������������������� li���������.,.  i . ��������� .��������� , i . .  ..   M.t  next iiieeiing.  ���������      ���������                 ci:-ve  ,   . i .  CRICKET,  PAPER, BAGS.  .ThAa\^Kii;':r)ay,:M:iii.h,a^A.eeiv  Ap.-oiitled iiU'en'i/Ai' rAo'ieof  w  ���������������  .������:  ! h .: the diii'go':A'���������..Caiiiidin'ii ; i'ape'iv ..'-W  |':jiiiu: :���������'.- '"������������������:���������/���������. --,-::   ;.a/,.,ii  Wrapping: jiiiprKi- i)t: r'tll* or  "-���������A'���������,-.'.   ,���������-.'.'.-'siA-,'";    -  ; o. , S>   ' Matv   niAAiAper'hagA of a'll  A.'Aii';inten.'.st.iiig nKiielt wiA played An;', ������������������������/   weight A.aA jizen Aupiilieil'.to  Siiuirdsiydietwi-en : teams captid"''d'by/A5     order;.-   '  O.AVilkeHAuid. J. .Mafcy.. The ganiA  Wil-i close,    '     ���������'. ���������      :. ''   -. ��������� /. ���������-;���������'.  Business College  Opposite Hotel Vancouver,  MISS E.   RICHARDS,   Principal.  ��������� -- Slioi'lhniiil. Typ'uvvi-lt.'iij,', -Hookkeeping. Tele-  .fCi-.ijiliy nml, ..Ai-cliiloclni-ul : Dnivvintj.''; (ji'iidu-  ut.iw I'nilil lliisri'llo.u-ii'st.L.ill-iilR'iJl.iipiiiiiiillliuii.ts.  liicliisivo1 tci-iii- fur iHiai-iIi'i-.s.SWi pur.iiionl.li..,...':  .//���������:''/:FOR' ;pLEA:::  LAKE VJEf-HOTEL, SICAMOUS,  -'���������//; Situated/', on   thjd  ';jb'iiji.kg;-'|'6f'.-":  /������     {3ii'ij.s\yii|) .Lake,, onp r'pf  ���������tli.o"'.'.j..���������������������������'  '*':, largest   ajid./inpiit! bpaiitifu!    /.-  /-.-"/ "lii'k'wi ;iii /Britjili /CohnniijaA ;/*/  '���������?..,J?or ..terms.- iiiub:'viiartieiillirs  -,/���������   apply toA   ��������� ^../...' ���������'��������� ,'//���������"..<;,���������������������������:������������������  'JAS.C: COILETTO/: REVELSTOBE;  Sanitary' Plumbing, Hot  '-/������������������..A/.:/.::'Water\& Steam Heating  ;|eGonf Street, Reyelstgke"  ���������    ���������'"���������    ./     , Wli.KFA   TKAM,      -  B. 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A- y,������ I"-', "A  %������������������ ���������������������������������������������:"������������������,'/"���������*' ���������.���������A.'V".'���������;,-'. 'v ;/,*''-i'    '���������";'  Eggs  for   Hatching from  Pure-  Bred PouItry  .;<i ������������������,-'/..  '.; Froni. S. C'.I.h'dw'n and S 0 White  Aeglidrn^,; .B   I', Kecks;.White/Wyah-  ���������dottes''an(J -Hc'tiir |)iij-kp.$l.pn j������p 1; set,,.  ' 1:3 hen', if; diick'cgg?.' /''Sloeic, 'folfsiilp'  fit ldw;pri(;es. '::/ -' '���������'.���������.���������'-'.:'���������: -A'  ' L^OU- d-lggf J)ji/iibiddr apd/Brooder  .lor sa.li-eh'ea]),   '...'A'     ���������������������������:������������������...'.' '���������:-.'/,  The B. C. Pqii11 ry Vards, Vcrnop  J.-'or,lh-^L-������;liipiH lentliul' ���������������������������������������������  r B.X^'yather:; Go..  'HOTi-Ct.������������������-.' Vancouver, B. G.   .  Hriii-li   ('"luinliiii   Af<fntM" fr>r tin; -c't'li'la-ntfiU  "'PEKETAN(i".S(i|i- LfiiLlmi-. Cut, S(iR.nnii(l  H,.,.I l"'|iiCIW. .    :'.'   .- - ' ,.-   -.     -  , rinnir-s Li'-mhiTi,, dlrifHi', Hfi'iMlo "I"! PUirt-  ii,K I.KiiiI.er-, :l.iic(i uii'il   l,nl.l|fi|  l,0i)|,i|^l'.-i, .Up-  'in'-1- l,i:,'iil'K'r<t'f iillldnilH, '.     ',     ,-'        -    ':  .\liliiuf,i':lui-(|-s  uf, (Jinked , Uppers , of    all  ,,���������.      ilcrfdi'linJotw. .--.',' '"     -���������       ��������� ��������� ���������, '  ..-,.,- ii,.,],;,!i,,.,:i,(:r,f;,: >'    -li'������ i������" k������'i-������* Tii.nU inn) -KlnilllifjH, 8ii.(l/)lei'y  ���������i'l'!li il'l rli/iili-] liii-lir.i;   [..flm-ilM-II'I',. Illlll.-rt illl'l Oily,  , 1 r    , VI'iimi    ll  11 1 . 1 I     I \iii. I. j Ir i i,t.  x-,u.-������'-' i- ii'-i'���������.).'>��������� i'.'"..i-.-./!.,!'.ii'',"���������'-;!" li.iy- fi'nin  . Vl.'iil.    1   ,.i|it>.|l'l    (',,. ,1.;,;,:;''.,'d I !��������������� I 'Itii-f Iclllllli....  -ii.'n.i- in' !,..,.!i������U ,!ii..| ,;.v'ii)���������:���������:-��������� iut T..;i'iii'--l"ii-le-'  ..111   .-ml r'ml-y ,t''V,4.-, -'li/aur   -li-'ilil i ),.���������'l'(,l illivill/ '  ' ,!,.-!-,-r,i-.|   .hill'.!-   ���������  ���������!! !i:l!i;',|'   ;<i-I ll������- < nl.iiil I, J Or--  .'( ::),,;!, 11!'  I!|-if.i--.!|-l..',,l!llllljl,l i        ' .<,/>l J'., ���������' ��������� ���������':1! I f(  III   II  '. \������i-K fi ..���������('.���������  ,;h.;ui: -   -,;,.:,v,-  ' ('.ih.iin'i j ,-">: -.in/1 i-'ni  .Ji'Ill^ 1,0;' i.'-jj)   l '.ii'-;,  <\n*'.. i'i" rii.>'n-. i.!ii.-ii  ���������.',-,���������--, IG'i rl.Hiii- .it',i;.h-'M,.' ii'ni-lii rcink .'if ''inn,,-  l:iv,!- i,,/'M,'.. i'liil.i.i; ;v,-.'- -ui'l niurtcl ".I.nnerf  .MiV.Miiliiti,'- riu.lici- ilini'..." ., ���������'. :���������   '; '���������  ii'.i,'.-/i.:'.|.i.v-i-i. ).������A ���������' , '' .'-.A \  ."������������������-.��������� ���������-.'.���������������������������, J.Si'Jr.' M.-.M-SHOS".; ,  REVELS i Ur\t:, d. U.  Newly   buiit  ! "   \ Jl IK <;s.  ABRAHAMSON   BROS,   PROPRIiT.TCRS  Firsi-ulas.- .11 evir' i"-A'"��������� .*     .   1 1. '������������������..!:  I>arge >;i 111 ).b-  llijoin-.  Rates $1.50 per Day. SpecAl Weekly Rates. -  Queen's Hotel, Trout   Lake,  under   same   mfinagcmcnt.  uralo  K 11 a  This finish is more  |io|iul;ir ,ih"is   war   ill,in,  'ever, and has won its jjopul.-irity \a it-, di r l>I'i:\.   ' ,  pretty tints, and the easy ' mode   <>������  mis 1 l1      ' d  applying.  Put   up   in   23   bciuiiliil   -h.idi ^   anil    ...Int.)  Ask your dealer for a culor eard   or send direct to  McLennan,'~ McFeely   & "Co., Ltd.,  WHOLESALK A:  lil'.TAIL M I-:i!(������ll \.\'TS,  122 Cordova Street  - ���������" Vancouver, Bi.C.  ,i/ir.'.  m  M-11  01  'table ' ' Beautiful  Furnished' Hohies.  '-. <"  aft '-^  ! v,/   , ^  1    ��������� '-V-,->   f- ' '       "     :- ���������  ,      ���������   "  A'j&$'.j   ^v ���������.".-.'��������� n  1  1  I I  I I. 17  are 1,1,nle po- ^,1. - >'. ��������� ��������� '  1 liii.--. im -I'ln ' ",m '.i :  Cnli'i'ii .mil i'Ii ,,ii ii ' .  "1. v"-. --ii|iei li ( ';, 'P- s i  l'!n.;b.--h i.ioi 1- 1:1 1 - '.'.^ '  wan t h 11 w ,ir-.- I ~. 1 ~< \\  Svv -   and l.ntdi I    I.v  -' r  I .ir-M    ilm  ii'  '1 ���������!   ' .1  liee nl Cham".  . ' .'��������� 1 ���������.|.t e, ���������' hy  1 >: ��������� 11 ud -tin-!.'.  ,1 1 "��������� ., ri,,--  !''.<- , 1 il-b .mil  ;' I ;u ,il M:ver-  .    ' ..    '   lrieiii b,  '.unples  tj   1,1 \������    \i   ve'.   '  azJsuss? tri-ji     Vj������.     v-._ ,  Furnishers to all Glasses.  >v. >>o  Vv:  \j.  Bo  Ifcr^'  Wholesale and Kot,r-,il  &d< \,i    .1.1..'. ..'i. \- i-V-cM1-". i.'ia.  Head Office, Abattoir ami Gold Sto'A' t-c-.;  "���������"'���������-   <t'i  One Block from CPE Depot  antl Steamboat. Wlmrvos  .1--'. ��������� i.-'-.'.l ,.i (- i.."-'-.io<"cl!id  fl    '      /'������������������'-cv    f     ^~, n   :    -    .     ,       ri  -  '    Gqrner Granville & Hastings SliO'K   r  R, DOWSWELL,  Proprietor, - Va.ico.fvoi,   B. G.  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THE KOOTENAY Mitt
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II
iweeii ihe rocks ba ere"
"'Ilia! iioni'am! poi k mentis a chance,
but 'if* a slim one "
Helen,set ln-r lips. .lack turned p:ik\
(linger showed no emotion whatever,
while Huel; remarked that he'd .be
"ilarneii if he ilidu't p'r.n!; one of 'fin.
nii.v way " As I'd niy.-elf. I was aghast
ni llie terrible fate that threatened
those who had so nobly and so bravely
risked all in tn.v behalf.
"Wliat brou::In you here?" I n��!;ed.
impatiently, of Helen.
'���When yoti were taken from our
house 1 resolve,l i<. follow Duck panic,
in just, ns I 'MM-n-d. 'niiil insisted on
.ioiniiif: me We traced yon to Colonel
Rutland's plantation"���
"I see. It was you I heard coming
in after 1 went up stairs."
"Ointrer took the horse'; to the stable
and was retiiruiiiL' to the house when
lie saw two uien climb a tree near your
window and enter your room. ,, lie
watched from a distance anil saw,
thetii hrin:: you uut. but he'could not
tell vvlieiler they were taking, you
away by' orce or assisting you to os-'
tape. Cou.iim; into the house, lie told
us what had happened. ' '
".lack started to awaken Captain
I'.eaiiiiionl but I stopped her. If you
hu<! liceti assisted to escape, this would
lie fata! I'.cshles. from what '.l.-n k had
told' tin- of the'captain. I judged he
vvnul 1 have lii?' niirht's rest before
st iriinn in pursuit. 1 told Jaek I would
;ol!ow you myself.- and she was wild
to tome with me. Gintrer had seen you
leave the plantation and know the di-
f reel ion you had taken. We sent him
and I'm U nhiad. and they soon came
near enou::h In you to hear your horses'
liooi beiiis. then waited for us to come
up .-'.mm alter we lost track of you.
Inn i.iannu sninetliinir come crashing
ilow'ti tin  uiiniiit.-iin"���
���A   r-tl'IU'." o  ��
--"ue Uillowed the direction of the
sound ' In tlie'early morulas Buck and
Cii-icr '-auie upon you unexpectedly.
���As --ooii a.-- -you tin,I sone they rejoined
us.0 we shadowed you and yesterday
altcl'ii'inii' l-tal a plan tor yoiu ��� scape."
"A wild, inipr.lclii able scheme. One
pin l.i-Mniire l>as led to another, each
in vol v.en >ou lucre deeply. My (ioil.
what i( lu'd of iilfli^aiion' We can't
>tiiy h'M'e. We'll siai ve. I'.uek. couldn't
vuu ,-llp out in' tbe,darkness and lind
help'.'"        ,-,     '
"No, sirec: I'm not coin out o' hyar.
Tin uiiin l' stay an li^ln with the rest."
"Mm you may save all oiu lives."
"Why don't you so. Mr. Ib-atidy-
Molie'.-"
������]'.' I must --lay will) your sister and
cousin Resides. I'm hie and couldn't
::et tlirrni'-il) as ea^'iv as you."
"Well. 1 ain't a-'.:oin to sneak
if 1 am little."
"I'.ueky." i-aid Jack.
I'll ;A inv-e;t "
"Yo   ih"i   Co  nvi'in
,iaek."(, ornd   iiinm-i.
shoot yo'l   Wliii" mars'
mi tell em <ie apple ob lie eye go down
'menu u'lilleis I'o' to s;it shot':   I gvviue.
nuns'."' lie added to me.
Hut by this nine Hhto was more call
in.", ainonu' the nieii'lie'ow a streak o.' '
lijilit appi.-feil ,u the ca-i. ami I did
not ila:e let a:i\ one attempt lo evade
t|ic i in my |ie.-:iles. 1 could now'see
li'y ihe lay ot ihe laud thai it would Up. ,
hnpiis.-ilil,:. ��� - j
Smiii-ilnn��� iiiusi have piven theiruer- j
rilhls nn uikliiit! of our wliereahunts,
hu us -Minn as it was Imht we,could
see tliein -.landing looUinii up ill our
pt.sn.citt 1 li,li| eveiy ope lo he low,
Imp nii ihat some of llie outlaws woe'd
clhuli up io invest,irate and we iniirlil
pn k' ilii'in ei'l I'm more t: an an now
we n iii:iilu-f 1 coiiee.-l led oil!) --pea'.'in;
in ������ l.i-.pcrs- then we saw tin 1.1,< t ol
Illi li heliiw ili'vide llll'ee pun:: ni I lie
West,  II,lee 10 ll,i' ea>l.  while llili'c lie-
ii way
"yo' needn't go.
like diit.  Missy
"Hem   grillers
sav ef I so back ���
[c-ONTINUKI']
Tlia guerrillas came on, every man
holding a carbine. When they had cov-
ered'a third of the distance, I saw that
Buck was about to fire out of turn, aud
I was obliged to speak to him somewhat sharply. I think the advancing
men heard me, for they stopped and
consulted. The captain, standing below, called to them to go on, and, separating so as to Ieavo a dozen yards
between eacu man, skirmish fashion,
tbey started again, watching eagerly
for a sight of something to fire at. As
they were all abreast, my order for
firing.would not serve. I gave another.
�������� ii take tbe left man. Miss Stan-
fortli tbe center, Buck the right:"
There was no response. All were too
Intent on the work before us to speak.
I permitted the mrfn to come within a
hundred yards, wlfen, taking deliberate
aim with the rest, I shot my man
through the heart. In another moment Helen's riflo cracked, and the
center man dropped. Buck, who was
esclted, .fired wild and missed altogether. Ginger lost his head completely and did not fire at all. As Ginger's courage deserted bim Jack's came
lo her all of a sudden.
"Why don't yo' shoot, Ginger?" she
cried, with flashing eyes. Snatching
his gun and aiming it at tlie remaining
man, who was rapidly'getting down
the declivity, she sent him the rest of
the way with a limp. Two men were
put out of the fight and the third disabled.
"By golly." cried Buck, "we licked
'em, didn't we?"
I thought It best not to discourage
him by telling bim'that litis was only
a preliminary skirmish, but asked .lack
for the ammunition, and we all reload
ed.
The wounded man went back to the
captain, who ar.peared greatly agitated
over the result, lie was evidently surprised at the reception,of his searching
party. The men who had gone to the
flanks, hearing the firing, rejoined their
leader, and two men who had been in
the.rear came forward.
Heaven preservp us! The captain h.-i-
"started up ihe slope at the heart,ol n
storming pany of eight inert.'
1  was appalled.    We had but fern
guns and after tiring a volley must n-
load before tiring another. ' We coiiiil
not expect to disable more than loin
men nt tlio'tirst tire; then the reniiiitiini
four would he upon us before we coir '
reload,   in quick tones I gave the o:
der:
"All load.   \'\\ fire.."
With'that \ let'((rive and dropped s
man,.   Tlieq,'thrpvvinjj'flown, tpy guu
I  tpok  Helen's and dropped anotliei
Buck handed me bis, and I dropped a
third.
"By jiniiiiy!" cried Ruck, exposing
his head to see better. "Aiu't yo' a bin
ly shotV" ping! went a huljet within
ipi Inch qf |iis ear, and he ducked.
"Keep dowti:" | cried us the lend rat
lied against the rocks In ,front of us.
and tired the fourth, gun., r.ga.n lilt tins;
my man, though I only "winged" him
Indeed, 1 believe he dropped lo evade
the tire. Ry this time the first gun had
been reloaded, and I took aim at the
captain. I was sure 1 lilt blin, tun lie
Taking  (he next  gun  now
drops in our mom. . Ruck, when he
had finished hi.-, breakfast. like Oliver
Twist, asked for more. It made ray
heart ache to refuse him, but there was
no alternative
One danger v.as dwarfed by the
greater peril:- that Mirrounded us. yet it
was no less iiii.,on.int. My wound was'
liable to put me Iwrs de combat at any
moment.' FofvSiiaicly until my dash
from the guerrilla camp I had not been
subject to any ph.. sieal .strain, and by
that time it had healed sufficiently to
prevent its opeiunz. At any rate, it
save me no iroalile. The first thin:-
Helen asked altera lull in the lightin-.-
was about this wound. She insisted
on dressing it for me. and I permitted
her to do so. She wound around it a
fresh liauihige torn from my shirt
-J'.'". c and was piirium it when, look
in    up at me. she .-aid:
s i    :e not the I: -l one of our mee
���  ,i;.-,sted vviih li.n,d.-i':es."
Ili-i remark cut im- i... - :>. knife. Ii
was plain that sin' wa.- u.-iking this'
I'fioti incurring this danger, believing
me to he a < 'onfederate.
"1 can't understand ail these trouble*
that   surround   you.'
."Why not explain?"
"You know I'm e'
she   went   on.
���zed with being
RAIL AND STEAMER
The C.P.R. are running surveys
each side of Trout Lake with a view
to continuing the .Lardo branch to
connect with  the  Arrowhead line.
Sawyer Bros, are filling large
orders of doors and sashes for Trout
Lake.
Railway traffic has never been so
brisk as now over the C.P.R. and
engines and men available are not
sufficient to cope with requirements. A hundred cars a day have
been papsing each way. Passenger
traffic is equally busy, as many as
seven sleepers being required to
a train.
of performing Siberian Camels, believed to be the only ones ever educated either in this or foreign lands.
The many resources of Gentry Bros,
combined exhibitions will be properly
indexed and displayed in the combined
street parades, which will be given on
the morning of the date of exhibition,
vvhich is Saturday, June 21st.
See";."
Plan
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pl.-i) In.;
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���> died theniselve^
to tln-il   v. >���
an led. coui|. .iiloni
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then   inaeiiou  to
lea'ti      >.
., li  laid
suei eedei
iu de-
liv i 111��� u   i, --
message
to  the scout   lie
was to ii,
it lluiiisville.    As
1 could
not    i|i> >-��� i
i    liiiu   1
efore   the
Other*
without   l'h
m;   up ii
y   secret.
1   dtevv
Iii in mil, tl,i
. , ieit hel
lind us.
������Mm li   d.il .vuu find ilie'man / sent
yon id mi-el aP IliuitsvllleV"
"Iiei lii-n l il d "
"Tell im- about it."
'".Ml rich! As'soon as I pot Into
town,! vv. ei '������_���' i io the sipiar an stop
peil in I rout o Hie hotel. I |iitclied my
pot)) io a (ne-i nn v9cui inside A man
In the olli-1 -ad Sonny, what il yo'
wantV -hi i -a il I'm goin up on,the
gallery, an I,, sinl, 'U'liat fo'V nn I
said. To , lo sec ihe lown.- Then I
went up stairs an waited till  I  heard
, Jarvis & Co., the Toronto brokers, says of C.P.R. stock: "While
the control may not be sought by
Americans, yet certain railroads
whose interests might in the future
clash with Canadian Pacific are
buying large blocks in order to
have some say in the policy of the
road."
Street ife Norton, brokers, of New
York, who act for Morgan and Hill,
have been heavy buyers of C.P.R.
stock lately. One day's salos in
Xew York was 126,200 shares, representing $17,540,000.
The increase in the earnings of
the Canadian Pacific for the last
ten months amounts to approximately $6,000,000, or over 20 per
cent,
P. A. Peterson, consulting engineer for the C.P.R. has gone to
the States to study the preservation
of ties, trestles, snow sheds and
general wood work by creosoting
and- other jnethods. This is a
question which is attracting, much'
attention with engineers apross the
line,' ape] it is pjiiimed that some
systems which have adopted creosoting on nil wood work nave more
than doubled its durability.
Fourth Vice-president Newman,
of the Brotherhood of Trainmen,
will arrive in the city to-morrow
from Cleveland, and will hold a
meeting of trainmen.
A turntable Js to be put in at
Laggan. ���
Deafness and Discharge from the Ears
r .iiii mg.
tiiu'aii-   in,
n;-
Thero is a wide-spread belief'that,
Deafness cause I by abscesses in the
ears, witli0 injury to the drumhead, is
incurable, but the continued success
of the Drouet treatment is a proof'that
this opinion h wrong. In fact, such
an unusual mini be r of cured cases are
reported in the March "Supplement"
to the "Joirnal for the Deaf," that
those who suffer from defective hearing, caused by this form of ear disease,
will fi.'id this publication of great interest. The' case of Mrs, C. Hoolo,
aged lifty years, la a special proof ol"
the,success of the Drouet method, as
she was cured completely of Doafncss
caused by abscesses of the <i,m, after
treatment,ut a special hospital had
failed., " Her jotter of thanks shows the
successful result:���'
G, Moiitgomery-teiTiice-rond,
Sheffield, England.
February 7th, 1902.
Dear Sir,���Kindly accept my 6incore
thanks for benefits received under your
treatment', I feel that an expression
of gratitude is due to you from me
for the restoration of hearing, which
has boon effected by your excellent
treatment. Yours faithfully, C Hoole.
Those who are interested in deafneES
and diseases of the ear, nose and throat
can obtain a free copy of the "Journal
for the Deaf," with the ."Supplement,"
by addressing the Secretary, Drouet
Institute, ltegent's Fark-road, N.W.',
London, England,
Each "Journal" is accompanied by
a Fationt's Report Form, which enables applicants'- to receive full particulars for applying the treatment at
home. Any advice by correspondence
is absolutely free.
,-ji"f tin,
Cl'T FLOWERS.
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f im it 1',.\sl';:ts.
FERTILIZERS,
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M. u
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toad,   VaiieniiM-r i
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Trains Leave Revelstofce:,
Eastbound 8:10
Westbound 17:15
Southbound 8:40
IMPERIAL LIMITED.
Eastbound 4:20.
Sundav ?.��� Wednesdays and Friday*.
Westbound 21:00.
Mundav-. Wednesdays and Saturday.-.
'82 Hours to Montreal.
W^Sty
PH    Ti
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! from Vancouver to
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aphfr. ! AUSTRALIA, ALA.SKA.
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B.
E.J. COYLE,
A.G.l'.A.;
VANCOUVER.
T. W. BHADSKAW,
-  Agent,
REVELSTOKE."
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS
Royal Mall Lines.
Cheapest Route to the Old Country. '
AIXAN USE-From Montreal.
Pari-ian  Mkj Xr��i
'I niii-iiin  '���   lfRli
Coi ml,inn  "    171 li
I'r. toi lite.  "   tUii
loninii,, ' -                     ..-������' 3jc^
came ou.
ready. i'lirei'I'itt liiui 'tiiiniii.'pijt jnsi as
|',did go' one ot the tneti stepped in
from of liiin and reeelved the slmt
Tills finished the assault. The men
broke anil tied and before 1 could get
anel her shot were far bnel; toward the
position from which they lind sinned.
thai
' i I
ni
clock
kind
f'n'teen.
Vtin"re in
trin to climb town id our t'iirtres��. One
i-.'ii'iai'.ed belevr. and as'the l.'ihj ill-
[ii'.-i^iid T <jivvst u;^ tin.- eapniiu.
, We lour vvlio wire mined with ear-
liine-s Unci,! 1 , i);.'i 1 llie roelc.-. 1 lo the
e\rren:e i,".'i. Helen next, t'.ien I'.uek
behind the ������'nine we had moved lo (ill
llie pip. vvltli'ii'iniror brinirinjr up Ihe
ri.ui't end nl' t'e i ne. I wa.- an ereel-
hut shot���I bad leuu been eoiisiilered
(ilne ef llie tiv-t in Tennessee���a nil il'
iur:i"d cat thai Helen vva�� not bad.
("liiu'er wa-; lev ^!n,t at all.' I seleeled
!l!'> niiin in advMiii'-e I'er my el-peeial ob-
'���n, 'ie.-iu'iiaii .1 ihe-t-ee'ijid fur llejep
.in'! L-,ive Hu' U ine I bird. ' T! ey were
in itie ii I': c i ie." in the nrder iiiiiued.
ii"! .uer wa-; i.. liie at any who miulit be
'.������it -lam! ;]'C. .1. el; bad only a revolv-
11'. in.d I (!.,(f'e I I er lo keep biiek,' She
wa i' treinbliiiL', and in (H'der lo strength-
'.a  In r by (eaieiiirntiii" her mind on
���\'l
tit
.A'A:;---.
r11,iii inn nii.'ii. /,,iimijli tin: hcurl.
..-.-iino dtii.v   I   (ulii bei: In be ready,lo
liaml iin Hie a n i in ii nil ion after llie firsti
volley. '. ;.-���'.-'���'���;���
CIIAI'THU XIII.
UEI.F.ACtMCUED.
TRANCE that men will never
learn the terrible advantage of
a force posted on an impregnable position, (Jrot'ec'ted by
breast works 'arid ab|e |�� 'p'o'ijp shot
^pwn'i'i Meep 'liiij n'�� 'tin epeiu'y. Two
jiion 'iv'yp jiit'is ami aipo'y jirid defeated
lie n'lierriiiliis and sent them back to
ibeir eiiiup t Mm not fenr nnotner at-
t.'i'.k vi i,a i i >! ���'ailed was stiii'v.iilon.
Indeeii i i ii -, plainly that our etie-
n'les v\,n : ., i n^ to carry u\it llie
slarvatlon p'an. Several or tliein v m
in different direetious, i^oubtle.s.- ������
��qoi|. Oug of tliein passed'quite vviii.ir.
'l^nge.
".l'in goin to plunk flint'one," said
HuekV  '
I cauglit bis arm, and, gqvo him n reproof V'ldeh foe a vvhiio n( joast caused
liiin to remember that I was In command.
"I wisli they'd allnck us again," said
the Irrepressible boy. "I could 'a' hit
that dogjflinu 'butternut1 If, soniep'n
hadn't Jnqgled my arm."
There lind been nothing to joggle the
boy's arm, (nit ('tltaugiiT It'b'est to let
him keep up his pride���It would make
'dm more serviceable���so I said tioth
ing.
"I alined rlgh( (ft tlip'rnlddle of lil.i
! breast,'.'1 coiijiimed Bpck, "but just then
| he jumped ovor a stone, an I missed
j.lilm."
i     "I   (hotight some one joggled  your
arm?"
"Some one did. (linger, yo' coiisarn
I'd old nigger, what d' yo' go joggle me
fo' just as I was goin to plunk hiniV"
"i didn't Joggle yo', liars' Oucic."
'   "Was It you, Hern?" ;:''
"No."     " '."    ,
"Somebody did, or I'd 'a' bit him.
.'ho.'" '  '
If ever n party rjffded breakfast. It
was ours. Helen unrolled the Utile
ljareel of provisions. I directed her to
.'iervoii luilf ration, or. rather, lialf of
what there \yas i(iid snyo (he rest. She
did so, |i(iii(llng me my portion, which
I declined, but she argued that it was
liiiportiiiil for all that I should keep up
my strength and Anally prevailed on
mo to cat my share. Jiirpiellne and
Buck ate theirs ravenously. Each of us
went to whero the water was drip-
plug from tin) Cle/t aoa .cauglit U19
"//( vinoil n-loahiii ill nn i,do/ o' (/iiei-.'
the clock strikin an counted thi'tecn "
"Noi   III.  Huek     t'loiks don't  strike
i:r"
������W'i'M. don't yo,' >.-ee
Hiiiili-ville is a il.l""i
yt l-i it W    elthet      tlli'tei'll
couMii i'ii II vv hicb "
"Nev ei    mind   the  eliji
yeniitii; i|ll t|i!s    Co i.:j "
"Vi.it |ns;i as tin i in.!; r-ti'ii-k a inaii
He i-aine ntll on lo l In nallen , lie b.-nl
tlie iliiiruotiesl eyi s I eVel <;)\V jll-:'
like  the   Willi"*  ill  -|!ei|   II   I ;���-   Ihrnil
At   lir��i   In-  didit'i   lake  a'.\   ni.t   a
till'. lonk'Hl   :, ll   he vmi.-. lie! ||e;,.||   eiiu
I  wn-; i hill  an,he cxpei'ti il --, i.-i.-i-iwiv
Then  lie  vvi'i-hed  Hie Willi  lli.i-e ��|.n:|i
eyes o' Ins'n' an^ai I.-1.-.I lie xml kind o
irrn It.
��.anJ 1
is a line day   i-nv    an I <a!d.
'"i:.
ger.' "
"Oh.
metnl.e.
on yo'ii
stood a-
heard
'Guess
Then Ie
cr it vv:
what was il I uas io sav?"
'    i      'li're vvee.tln
MIR-
l   knovy. ||Ut   |
i,v  an 1 said  " -
.   at her hoa|en, sir.i
liitjlv.iiu:it me kind u" ���
liiin 0 a-u'i'inilii)    soin
am heal somehow, u
.- ' i 'I mi" sou'iep'n 'lmiii vvlieth-
:���      ::iii at the lime of the-
���i   :������
.:-. i-k.
'    '  He
I    I'l 1
.ike.
Hither.'-
ii line.'
-aei'o.A'
illOW.
An I said���what
fq'got   nn   said,
nigger,'  an   he
what wa
'"The It'll   -
"Oh. yes. 1
was il I said?"
"T.luck as ni.nht.'"
"Thai's   it:   only   I
'Rlack   a>  ;|   <loL'irone
said, 'Winn's the'"-
'"Word,""
"���\Vhiii'>  Hie  word?' an  I  took  the
spit ball oi'i n' m,\  itiouth an banded It
to him.   He took it an read it ^nighty
quick.   'I'l.''ii he li'uked al me an Mild.
, 'I'll be gniiiariieil if ilint ai||'t  (lie lit-
| tlest   nie-'M'ii'-'i'r in curry  such  a  big
message I i ���.i-r -aw In my Jife!   I.ike
a i tack in a  I'm lv lieaiion with a how't-
zer.'"
"What did he do then?"
"I don' Tvant i" tell ihai."
'tWhy not?''
"Well, he must 'a' thought I was a
baby."
"Come, out will) it."
"lie took me up an give uie a kiss,
rubbin my face with that hairy beard
o' liis'n."
"Then what?"
"lip "n'eiii down stairs In n burry, an
1 didn't see him any mo'."
; "Good for you!   Have you kept it all
a secret?"
"Haven't said a won] to, nn,y one."
".That's  right.'  you've  done  me  a.
\ gre.it favor, and one pood turn deserves
j another.   I'm,going.to tell you bow to
retire 'yourself, of that  habit of 'using
j useless adjectives.   If you ever get out
!,of Ibis, get a notebook and pencil, aud
j every lime you use one of them note it
j down. '-This will show you.how often
I you offend, and at last you Will break
I yourself of a very bad habit." .   .'.:,.
( ' "rii.nVi ibal. by gnl'ly"''    ' ,
Woman's Fortitude
Severely Tried by Ailments Peculiar to the Sex.
Ordinary   JIwHolne   Will   Not Cure
Because   jt Merely Touches tlie
,    SymptoiiiST-How to Get at tlie
'tfOUl ul llu; TiOllUlu.
c Behind   the   veil  of her womanly
modesty and  fortitude,  nearly every
woman sutt'ers indescribably from time
to time, and' continues to suffer in
spite of all hw efforts,  because ordinary medicine is powerless to do good
in such    cases. '" Ordinary, medicine
may   give   temporary, relief���even  a
purgative may do that���but the one
great ��� medical   discovery capable of
permanently curing and'preventing a
return <>f the ailment is D\\ Williams'
Pink  Tills.   Thegp pills   are not an
ordinary    picdicine;   they are  not a
patent mcdic'iie, but the prescription
of a  regularly    pvaotis ng physician
who used thorn in his private practice
for yours before they were given to the
public under  the name of Dr,  Williams' Pink Pills.'' They are  the.  best
medicine for man;  the  only mediciirj
for   woman. .   Mrs. ,' John    McKerr,
Chickney,    N.W.T., says:   "Dr.  Wil.
Hams' Pink Pills have saved mo many
a dollar in  doctors bills.     For some
years I-was greatly alllicted with ailments that make the life of so  mapy
of my sex miscra-ile,   ,T   tried  many
medicines b.pt found no' roliof until I
begi\.< th.0 uuo of J)r. Williams' Pink
Pills,   TiiOBO pills have made me feel
like a new'person;.the almost continuous suffering I endured has passed away
and life no longer seems a  burden.    1
know of a number of other women who
have been similarly benefitted and 1
think Dr. Williams' Pink Pills worth
iljpjr weight in gi'ld to those, who suffer from female complaints or general
prostration." ���
The happiness of health for both
men a.nd women lies In the timely use
of D|\ Williams' Pink Pills, which act
as a nervo tonic and supply new blood
to enfeebled systems. They have
cured many thousands of cases of
anaemia, "decline," consumption,
pains in the back, neuralgia, deprpsi
sion of spirits, heart palpitation, indigestion, rheumatism, sciatica, St.
Vitus.' Dapee and partial paralysis.
But substitutes should be, avoided if
ypu viilue/yo'p.r lipalth; ape that the
full nanip "Dr. William*' I'iuk Pills
for Palp Peoplo" js on every box. S-jld
by nil dealers', or sent post paid at 50
centK a box or six boxes for $2.1)0
by addressing the Dr. Williams' Medi-
'cine Co.,  Brockville, Out.
THE  MAKKETS.
. .$2.75.
,.$32.00.
, .$32.00.
r
.$22.50.
.$25.00.
.$22.50.
.'.$b\00.
Bourne Bros., morchapts.Rovelstoke
report for week ending May 20tL correct
Flouu.
Hungarian, per bag 98 lbs
Ghain'. ���   '    '
Whoac, per ton	
Oats, per ton	
Fked,
Hay, per JLou, timothy...
Shorts	
Bran, ,....
Sugar, per ;'saok, 100 lbs"..
Vegktaih.es.
Beets, per  lb.;. 3.
Potatoes,.per 100 '.lbs..., $1.50.
Onions, per,100 lbs $f.0.0.
Cabbiige, per lb ' 3.
Carrots, per 100 lbs :..2.00.
Turnips, per 100 lbs 2.00.
Fakm Phoduck.
Eggs, per doz., new. laid 30.
' Case eggs '. 25.
Butter (Creamery),  per lb 30
' Butter (Dairy) per lb 25.
Cheese, per lb  20.
���Lard, per  lb....'., IS.
Meats.
Beef, per lb	
Mutton, per lb	
Veal, per lb	
Lamb, per   lb	
Pork, per  lb	
Hani, por lb	
-Bacon, per lb	
Fruits'.
Oranges, per doz	
Lemons,  per doz	
,   Apples, per box	
Fears, per box,. v_i...
MKTAI. MAKIvKT.
Copper, Nevv- York, Lake 121, electrolytic 12J -ro'12;ie London ��Hi.   ,
Lead���New York, $1.05 to $1.10 ;
London,  ��1L 8s. ild. to XJ1 10s.
Silver���New    York, 5Jg,
Jas. I. Wood row,
BUTCHER.
Retail Dealer In-^^aass^
'   .BEEP,   PORK.I
MUTTON, Etc.!
,. i
Fish and Game in Season.
All onli-p- |))oiii]ill.v tilled.
REVELSTOKE, B. C, aViVSt"
DOMINION LINK-
Dominion       - ,    -
Krom I*orUaad.
C.iliforriian      ....
Colon inn	
t'roui  Boetoii.
Mcrinn 	
New Kiik1iiii(J      ��� -
Ciiiiiiiinnwcnlllr" -���-'" -
Krom S5ontrv.il.
���    , ���   May 17lli
Mar .Tro
Arifil ��/Ui
.Mcrioii
{ UKAVKH USH-
I l.akeSiv:iC(i<
j I..ikc;V,uiitulN>
1-nKu riipcnor
I l.n'.o C'liiimplalii   -
l^akn Onlnno
rifll ��iui
May 7lb
���     " 2i*r
-      ���      ���     "  iPH)
From lloot-ron.'.
.Muv  l.<.
-      ���      ���      "    N.h
-   tab
-      ������   22nd
���     ���      ���     "  iStb
Pn--cnf-'cr>- ticketed throuah to nil pans of
fin ,iL llniain nnd Ireland, and at, siKJciiillj- low
rate-to all iiai-ts of  the Kuroptaji oontinent���-
Apply io nearest railwav or t>t����GiiJiip agwil ot
lo
T.  W. BRADSHAW.  Agent,  Bevel*toke.
RELIABLE ' \A/'A KSTfrn
agents     VyA��\ I t.U
Wo waul al oiiiiu li'iiit-.vortliv inen am',
vvoiiion in evcrj- luc.ilii.v. In.-ii! iji- iimv-vIIihi;. In
iiilrodm:!'a n-vili-.-jn.iy ami I,..,.p ,,in--lunv
ciirds  nml   ,i'Ivi 'i --in" iin'i"   i.i.-l-((l  ��)i in
0Olll-piCU'.""J   ,',l      ���>   I   .       I   'l-ll    III"    lm\ II .ill.l
couiitrj',     ,-l   il,       ',i     \ M ie   v ir   I,,nml:
commii-��lnii  <>    -in >    C"">   ' i" T'^oaili r.nii
Expensi-f. n- i I   , \,, ' ii s. .".   e- >��� ,'.,iy:
Writofoi-.-i-'   ���   i ��� .        I'. -i i!' ��� ii'.v. ;r.
Internatloii.i   M ���  i( n.   ��� o Lonrfon   On .
TIME
S. S.   "Arclv.e"
TABLE
o-r iS'. S.   '���' L<*rdeav,"
rrixaac iv.es seis
lUi
Slanilnrd remedy for Gleet,
Gonorrhoea and Runnings
IN <J3 K0URS. Cures liiii-
ncy ond Blarldei'Trouliisc.
ltumiiiiK between Arrovvlievid/ Tbomion ���.
I.iuuliiiK and Coiiiiiplix, coinnicuctiiK Oct. Utb
l!*ll. will -ail a^ follows (weather perinluing) :
I.dive Arrovvliead for Thomson'* I-andint;
���in,l i oinaplix l-.vice rlnily al 10k. rind ljfc.   ���
,   Ijciivr Ciunaplix and Thorii^on'r landing for
Arrow lii-nil twic�� daily at 7.1Jk. and l'iMk.
Making i-lti-e connection.   vvltJi  all C. J'. I!.
j u-.iin- and boat*-.
j ���  'I'lie owner* reserve the rij{ht. to cinnge tlmes-
I .a -ailing- without notice.
I'rilK KItKU HOBJNSON LUMBER CO.J.TI).
| Y. R0BIM8ON,
| , Manngki^ Dirtct-O.-,
i
aKSiiffiia&'toS*
For. LADllCS Ost.y.
Relieves pain'and is a Sa
Reliacle Monthly nccuLATon
Supeiior lo A|)ii>l,T'���iijn))i.liiiiil Taii'-y.
Ayonts :   Lvm.vv, So":�� ,.V, Co., J'ij-.iI'.i-.:!
To Trappers
^j j Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
Exporter of Fiirs.
. .8 to 1/5.
124
.. in.
toln.
.15
to 20.
..15.
..18.
.  .18
. .'40.
..,
. .'10.
.2.50.
.2.50.
,Oook's Cotton Eoot CompotmoL
31 Is successfully ucrd monthly by over
10.000Ladlcn. Satcellpctufil. Lai-'lesngl:
^ your dniji^ist ior Cook's Cuiloa Kooi Con-
pound. Tako no oilier, ns nil Mutines, rdlUnnd
imitations are d.iiiKt-rous. t'l-ieo,!.,), l,?iper
box; JVo. a, 10 dcpieos Stronger,.*,! por box. N",
1 or 2, mailed on receiptor price oral iwos-ccni
Btamps. The Cook Company Witui-ior, On'..
CBTNoa. 1 and 2 pold and recoihinuuded by ali
responsible. Druggists lii C'suada.
No. 1 .tml No. _',u- hii'd al I unit l-ikoby I''
T. Alie.v. nil" al l.'iv l-lul,,-li) W. ,".i v\-: i;. I :
Cui'ti.-i. iiiiil.Ciiiiiid.i iiriitr fc !*<>"l. ('��. Dni^ni-l-
;J. O'SULLIVAN, F. C. S. &c.
i      PROVINCI   �� ASSAYER,
By Examination.
Established 1897.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
A--.ij-er  tor  M   year-   wlib   VJV1AX   .t,
' s iNS, iiimwii.   Ai.-n>-B and completennaly-
, -i- in,ul   ol all kind- ot   ore--,  clay*, conW nnil
, l-'..in,iee product-.   Umpire  work n specialty.
! Cliiirgt--'  Molcraie.
: 120 UiolmnUHtreot.'      P.O. Ro.v U5
I	
i
iJ55��iii��K &Z3CSI
PELLEW*HARVEY,
BRYANT     &.    OILMAN,
Vpncouvor, B. C.
Kootenay Lod^-e
No. 15A.F.& A.M.
(To lii; eoiitmui <1.)
The Largest in the World.
Gentry liro.-'. fiiinons triiiiiwj |iii|iinil
shows, 'the, liii'frcst (��.\hihitian of the
kind in \hv world, will soon bo in this
city. Tlio Gentry Bros, performance
this si'iisun has .bron grcntly niig-
niented, in nddition to which, is jjro-
scnled a niiniiitnrr. Zoological display,
sliowing tin' viii'iiiu.s hay and meat
eating animal? in . their infancy, an
sittrael-ion which is calculated to in-
('rciise the j'.ys nf the little folks, who
are llie main palrmisof Gentry Bros,
famous Shows. In addition to the nn-
metous company of perforin ing Dogs,
Pun it s, Monkeys and Elephant*, which
have always lieeijAcf'.n with the show,
an (���nth'ely new in novation is intro-
d,iiced  i'i the   presentation of ��, drove.
TliuruKiilnriiiuullnKS
are held in Ihe Masonic Temple, llonine
Hall, on I ho third
Monday in on eh
niniiMi nl, S p. in.
Visit inn hi-d.lii'f'ii
i'.di-iIhilly vvoluoincil.
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PATENTS-
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Mechanical     l-jidinecr    nnd     DniuglitMiH'n,
j Hank  of II. N. A. HuililliiG-. Ha^tlnss fkn.��
i VANCOUVER.   B. .��.
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food's HiMjiliofllne,
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Sold and recommended by an
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al.lo medicln�� dlRoovered. Bir.
t\��TQr*-iZ&7*P'Ck<iga y<u.ranUe& to care til
forms of Sexual WoakneM all effects of ��bo��
or excess, Mental Worry. EicoftuWe t��eo<Ti>-
bacco, Op!\��m or Stimulant*. Mailed on re��*lp*
of price, ouc paekmjc f 1, six. is. One trill flmia,
tizvjUicurc. 1'BmphieU free to any eddresa.
Too Wood Company, Windsor, Oa*
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���i. ' .hi,nl.i Im im .v: Hook Ci...(;. !���". CiiniJ, ink;
>v . ! e,.-. .inn oy l-'rfiiikT. A bey at.Trout I-ike.
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SELKIRK LODGE. NO. 12, I, O. O. F.
Alootii ovory Tuesdiiy
evening In (Selkirk
Hall at, 8 o'clock.
VMt.inK hreMiren enr-
dinlly inviUid l,o attend.
A. SAXTON. K. O. J. MATHIK. Sue.
Gold JRan/yo Lodg-o
K.O.P. No 26
Rovolstoko, B. C.
Jlcct.s ovcrv Wednesday in Oddfellows
Hall at 8 o'clock.
-.Vlrtiliinf Knights invited.    ���   | ���
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drill-. 1'cialiiif.'. I'l-lunK. Kxcur^loii-,
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-i. im, and Niit--e. Tcle^'nipbic com-
iiiunli .iiioii with nil pati-of the world.
l��" ni.til- a!rivi- and dep.irl every day.
11- l.alh-enrc all nervou-and muscular
ill-en-.-; il- vviitnr- heal nil Kidney,
l.ivii-and StuiiKicli aihiieiit*. mid elim
in.lie nil inc-talic poi-.ins from lhu��ye-
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ii-A'^b THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  ���������Man  1-lff������.w*-^;fT||g-,flrT^i'trii";"rr*-":'' *  a large arsorlment of-,  Garden & Flower  Seeds.  Salmon A* in v.-i.l >v  nation !>.<y.  The city schoA-  v i.  : lioiiday.-. on the A">'h  .,        .  ,    i      ; ' I  l;c,r.-.t<.,*'    1-    -..l   'I     .  Vi-Npciell- i- 1 >    11,   ; A'  \iii.tln r    l,'     a ���������!  Sweet  Peas,  Clover   and  Lawn Grass in Bulk.  Thv Ix-t  ot  Canadian   r-eods frc-sl  this year.  CANADA DRUG  & BOOK CO,  Revelstoke B. 0.  The ie .tl'.iM  t'ee Tui'.-day. 'I  The Xn vitr.,i i<^i. Co ^ ill e.irry free  trial .-.hipinem- ol ore lrom   Hig Bend.  ��������� The Fred ' llobiiwou Lumber Co.  have decided t> in-t il ' -.ivvmill at  '\imborne.  T. Lewis ha.-. I,il.-en a conn icl for the  - ile of firewood liom Mc.Mahoii Bros,  ���������shingle mill.  D.in McLeod, m" Hamibon, Out.,  won the great unfiling maw h against  Tonkins at Cleveland.  A sale of furniture, will tako place  it residence  of  Mr-    If.iiiul'_ui,   Mc-  BORH.  Cai.ev���������At Kevelstokc, on  June Otli,  to Mr. and Mr*, .f. Caley, a daughter,  LOCAL, & GENERAL.  A McNeill ha? .-old hid property 01  Douglas street to T. Kusrell, and  in  u.ud- returning to Quebec.  G. 1"  Grogan returned from Edmon-  .,.,;cri Tuesday, having located a laip  A U'sctAf conlvandjron lands.  ,;.;':��������� ;  :: A;;Xho"Legislat.nre dinsbcen^ih^com-  ;-.���������-: laitt-oc on' the railway: bills'during tin '  ;Aveek,':the:nHeratioiis;beiri^Al^ghtv ,  '���������-,'��������� -The' third A daughter: ofAJA E; ���������&-.  ^'Ainythehadiher ,anp ;broken; Jn:t\vo  ;, ivlace-f at;C6niaplix onAVednesdayV ;.,-',.'  ::'--: Trior-to1 signihg^'the';;(loc,iiuient:>o  :; ,-ufrerxler the-; Boers .'recorded AnAac-*  ��������� ��������� kn^JcdgtiieriiAf complete"defeat.';\:  :';AlAed Fra^er,Government Agent, is  ..Aeltihg-.thcArailH throughout the dA-  ''irktAlearedAutaS:spoil uBipossible.;���������'���������;.  :'A; ThpAcustC'ri'iHl.dutieH, collected A''  ;-Kisvelstcike . for,; May; -'amounted . ;i'  i$S22.D5, and in hi nd,revenue, to if 7-12.SA  :;a;Z,a;A A^ A^^  %''������������������������������������ .A'-'A A";";.: Asptctpr���������bf-''vi'6rks,1f6r,t-hc;-'drill���������'���������Jiiijl^ivi,..  ; A A:AA:AAAA\Abeha^  A,::;������- ;. :-:tfl;   ',.; ;;;^G3inbornc'is,:probarjlyithe;:-liyeliesv  ���������^A"^':'' ,:'''":;; 'cairipri^  AA'  "Aa--;���������-.. -a/'Tpwhslt^^Aotf-v^flre;' selling like;'hoi  './AA..a::A'A,,... &������������?$, :XAAAA:A:''^  AfcA.VX.AjA;-..-; ;A:]A^  |A ;>A';:.;Ai'U;---'-;r- ;oiuar g'tbre.;at.; the' endv of '-the- inon t1;  A-; -A.."',A'.-At a1 :v)\ni\rill probablytakea; Arip toSceA  SaA;l-aaAAavA'iaXjj'A^^  AA;;W"T"A^^^  ]a. "AAaa / AcyAd;irrtoAiiyeriitrcA^  ���������A' A;- ��������� , :-.���������';-'. v':;-::.'arjd', homesAA' A'".,;'.'AA.- .;. A A-'-AA-.A';  AA,'-;A AAa-' i;.A,|;' Ar'iS:)upfebiy.due'to;>VaHer';'Seott's  7-..'.' ���������- A ; \ 'proihptitiidc in;'getting to- the 'scene'.  AA'"1." ���������'-.', A ; ������������������' <'l tbetragedyAt Nakusp that the' life  ' AA"'''--A'"'-" ''������������������\;''of-'N.ela'''Dcmiirs:.-'waa saved. ' J': A . ''< -:.'..,,  ,,!" a .;. A partyktarted dast. week. ...ioo.tlior-.  ; J. : '   ; '<-.' i:. bughly ������������������' overhaul   the-"telegraph A"1^  ;'A.'/ .,,..'-  ���������';.'-,���������' -.;  supervision or Mr...G'ilmoiir.���������'-.'.-; <��������� ''"������������������.'.,.'.'.  '.?���������',,;��������� '..i-'.' AA" :)..' Magec 'fiiiislied' the ..bridge' over  A; ���������';. A AAA ; v '. Fish -Crook' -at 'Camborne last week,  :��������� a   \!'\ 'A" '..:.' '���������  itivd' it i;was-opened 'for  traJlic ainid  : :.;';* .-.  ',   :.  ; ; ;v'hnm]iagnc ajid jubilntion;.   ���������' ;   A. ;;,;-  '.-A'���������'���������";'��������� ..A.'A^oihjj-".iinaJjlg"'to ii'cc'ept the con-  .'.'   ;';,'"-A'���������''     ditjons' .laid1, down 'by-; the; Jfospitul  ;'V-'i'';-':v^;:V;;';^',A',;;e^niiiit.tOO: GokbBaiig'e K.  df-A'A-has  ,, ;;     ''���������:���������;.���������]  ^i::iyithdi';vv\;uita proposal ' to'.furnisb.' a  .!.'V"-J:-. !..A..>;....:.,.���������,;��������� , ward; A; .. A,{j;',' ;;-;-'';:; ��������� ������������������ 'A A'^:.:: :��������� a������������������������������������;..;.';,,.  -'A    ::-������;-> '.'.--   Wlnle .\;A\'; Melntoshiahd: A. ;C.  ' \A������������������-.���������'-.,-.''   '���������.-���������'-.���������' .''Montgpiii.er'y'';were in  tho: ;Bend Aast.  Af:/:''���������".'''";.-J.- -'''A w.i:ek they'canic oh, an old timcr's.-cot-'  '���������-:���������'/._'.;?- '"���������'..������������������"���������".. "wjiiiwe'ioir'"���������.:.'.GiVnth3.s':. iiJ'^'-.toA'l^-'':iiiilos;"' up'  ���������'.'���������.'.-      .���������:.;' ���������'���������...;-'.'P!-!wn,',':''Crc,ok:.'''-.'.,'- v ,-���������'':"   '";..-' ���������;���������-.       .; ,';'  :'���������':' - A:' -,A/;':A"a:   ;A lenry J{pse, who is ���������held Aoivtrial in  '.'"'.��������� "  '..'-A ';;.:piiiiecnoh with   tlfcAv':vkuS]>,tiSgedy,  ''.',,������������������ . ��������� 'wiiAtnkeh'to Nelspn'oh;Sunday,where  .'A .he will remain-for trial. ,AIc is acting  '-'A;-0'; A A     ���������'" ������������������''��������� iii'the-prisoii ns.ii iiisane- "������������������"     ;;-v,  ���������;''.,  -;.:'./'   -.'; -'A- ' \;, 'A.wAv.'Nettle iKiK-been,'nwarduit, tlu;  .';';. ; " ; 'toiuntct.Kir too  hew store"; for  Supt.  ';.;     :.;;'- ;   ' Ajcilpatrick on McKenzie 'Avenue, .and  '-: ;:;/���������',.'- "A-'-Ji;ts,stu-rirjd: work.    The   building'; will  A   ;:       ���������������������������", i,,'j"x;cupi'?(l as'.a1 drug store  by,;;C!.l-'.  ���������A. ]���������'-...      ,-: '; Curii-.A   '',.-v" ���������"���������������������������;���������" :;,.    ���������'.'."  ���������-.;"'���������    ��������������������������� a:-:]  ...���������:'.   ������������������".-'���������������������������     ".',-..-. TJie'.G.'i'.U''.  lire brigade;'iiieans;thaj.  A; A A;     '   HeveiAokeNo. J. shall notearry.cvery-,  ;.. --, ;.���������'- ���������    thing, its ownvKiiy, and,, issues an  ae-  '   .'.;  :   (,      ...Vptane.- of  the* ehallcnge, in View of  ;���������;',���������;   a;"; "���������;  whfeh uetivc'pruAiee -taly'''-' ;i^:^'; ,':!  ; ���������.'   '     .';���������/.��������� ', 'd>'.' evenings. ' '.'��������� ''   ' ' ,.' .',   .' ���������'/'! ".  ."'���������';-,';'.   _    AtAhe Aon Club-IkiOi oh .Siiturda'^  ���������'��������� ; '.'''���������������������������' Aho'iollowing were the'?.<.>.<.data.���������A.M..;  1 '":-..!', f.'.',;iii"l! and Guv liarl.er,.'lS; ,A.v M'  ��������� ',. .. A '-.iite. liljG.At.AkencN 12; ii, A. 'Urbvv,'  . .'JI;..'.T. favlcr, ������";..'A..K.'i'hipp.vJ:   A  ; /-',   " -..  .'     ���������   Taylor. C. A ��������� A ���������'"'..���������'   '���������'.   - r;  ���������'.-..  r    A "'. ,'���������'���������'.\' good, dc.,1 of  water has'beeii'e;.-  '. , i-'.rieiieed in sinking, tlie   found.ai^i-"  '''..-���������...���������''  ...   ' f.iiA;;,!). Hiime'-v (���������'o.!s rtore,   Anvi-k  .'���������"���������'"      'ligation   ].-.i   to  the; di.-covery '��������� ef '_���������'  '���������;���������'���������-.'���������'������������������   ������������������ ���������-., -frong kakag'- froni . tin A vviitnr mai-.  ;,s tlie principal c'ini.-e..       .    ':.  el  ���������r>nl to  ���������u  ��������� to on Corr-  .i-"  for the-  the  most  .-��������� to-day.  M.ioncr   is  l:eve',Btoke.  ';,'���������  ..:     having   prac-  ii-i.--il iv and -Saturd-iv,  ill!  ���������)  lb  kt.'.itions to   new  bu n kt to D. Mc-  ICen/.ie Avenue, 01  'The con ti.ict foi  No. 1 lirehall h.i  Earthy.  Henry Colo, v\!u> v, - l.ukd at Nak-  lsp, mi-, bi'uther in' "!'. F Cole, the  'iiilliou.iire -toil 'ii-:iii,tr and the  hodv m.i- >i'iit : ' t1 ' ������������������' d' for interment.  J. A. Kiik, I," i i '."'i ai 1 l'revin-  ���������jal l.iiid Mirvi'vin 1 i- i..i������ul from B.  -row-son tin. \- h. - "'-1 Kootknvy  M.\ti. otlioe.  'If. .1. ISiiiitn. i- moving lii��������� h.ud-  v.iro,store in-ui li/i -lat'o'i to the lot  idjoininu Mi. lb,', w nY- :< -idence on  \lcKen/ie Avenue  J. A. M.igfr, ni Cn'.iap!i\. went to  Camloop-   io   e\a;'ijin   umlur limit*-  in    the Nnith 'I In,!:.]' on    m   which  'ir>   i.-   iinei(.-li(l   v i'li   '     I' .Scoff, oi  'aneo'nei  ...' J.ho Fr.teipiiii. .!���������,!i;>'-,i !..(.'/>!c adding  ;;o the;ir;plant.;i;b6lt.!iii;i';' achine, the  .operation of:w!-,'i������;.\fr':'vvi.!.i;'j:hpn'ivc,-".'their  ;>ottled beeiv'-inaki.'n'g ;i;--qua!iiy ; equal  to -an;y'tjiing turne���������'���������"i'.iiii ';11AvOoteiiay.A;  ,;; AVe li'ave reeeivAl- '.\iA.:-li i;A';;copy- "of  ;,; he Gamliorne Ai ii'u-A^A I't'jiil. l.i\''.Ii'.,fj.  'Wiiliacciit A;:lnu,<Vnie.': ;;TiA 'p|ipiBr'i'is  "newsy :iuid ;; weii got tiip^'for a. first  i'(litiOn;;AAVe'wish .oui'^new.'ieontem-  porary alb success.; ; ;a .-;.;: ;,-.;:��������� ;;;;  ;:-!biiAVed:iesd:i.y.A AlAAoite'iAsCpn  -riiii'il; A-vt rci'i A AAA a G.; Ke'iiilAehiyl  '; liivii'i;>J;'Vo ,iA>Av;A-A;AAfA-A AApeoAuiil  , Ai. 1 ;.������r-I iA-S'i".cvi'i.. li li i;. l:- =,>.iv: ic; j.lyi i>.4 iVli-y':"--*/i"i-1'������.:.:.;--^l'i  .-i'li-lr;^',1,'iAvi.L'h'-���������''���������!���������.''��������� -'/''Ailik :;Si:!'ji;ASM.'ba|-;lA  ter'^;:,:A-;.-:- ;���������';};'��������� a^:/;^:-^^"A;;;,.-A;;  : , L'fiisi^lent- SiAauhohPi-yA",;:.'.-pei;ial-  :l.r,vinc'-.vvilf .ivrriyeV :'i>/...ii! -.A-iU', ^li'iA;>iVi.--  ���������i-iingVtho-I'iy'iy ?,:!'y'1'oJl'-'Atilji-liorp.  . -��������� jcii'ci'a.l.-iT' i if?* -���������.'������������������'���������")-! M.'^t?/' ���������^,>.'-'-,.'^1.n;vfe;. '.K" i) l?*:;1'".  ii.'icky siii������V.-; iJ iist"i>i'*:->t'r.-oi jVi'f' 'y-;.".'"^l'������������������i-").''r:'P'.I-l  Mie 'party.Ait,;: Laggai^A^A'l-^^y,'^viul  'iKiCi'nvpaiiyAhvni,;' A'A,;.A 'AA'-iA'ii'AA1''  ?::,Ne!s ;';i;Ji:iieaivt':i;,iieAV  't;lii.vL;.Nakusp" U'ag'ijy,. li:ni>. one,|.bf- his  .eyeB-a-eTiii i Vi.-d; pn/rneS'lay-l jr"l)rvCrosg  '���������it''h';'('vimi'.'bt,eirrii'S:tr(vvt'-tl;-,i,ti  Aiaclevjon^nimA^^  iiphe aliove ;,the ;eye:;.vya's.,a 1 so frac|iired'.  C^ Molsons'vBiihk'Abavj'AHireh  del.ientin'c's frouutiie.City of Revelstoke  ior-the' $7(i00loiin at ;'t7Jrfhe Mayor  having^eloscd tlA dea'i ;'Aii;; Satiullay."  .This.:'will give..^tlA'youiie'il^ivailable'  tuhds;forve'bni'piaing iheir-prograninie  :6i"atraM'-intp'rovcnieiits'-:'.which., will be  such an iii.provement't6.:the eityV,  ;'A t.'the eiry council on FrulaV night  Aid. Ma"nningvi.ii'geil.-the police should  ia'kii"proceedings; ���������' iigiiinst-.- Chinei-e for  breaches ofAieaIUi l'egfibu.ions;,and  gambling. ,ITc i list \)\\c<:< la Vase vvhere  Chinese are -'packed-: lilAAii'dines -hi a  Viin ,;;ahd.; gauibiiug proceeds at" all  hours'.  - .a.; ���������j.^.A ������������������'���������' ,-������������������ ������������������-,';.;-.,;-,  ������������������ l " ���������.'��������� .-.-��������������������������� ; ':"-������' ;���������'.-"' ���������- . M- '  l-'.Tne:meeting convened" last, evening  co discuss', tlie    proposal "to 'borrow  if8jOO(JAipr  a1 .brick school ror-t lie .city  wai> -poorly; attended.,; A The;. Miiyor,;  Messrs.  Bennett,    Floyd  uiid,; Dicky,  school, trustees, J/A-brithamson/,.*Hoo-  ley,- McRae;   Miteiicll.r'Tapi'ing,, 'cx'V'  pr'.sse'd   themselyesrAiiA favor; of the'  proposal. ,;.A-AA.'J.AA'::-'- ���������-'���������;"i- A-.-A':;  ;,Ioh;i    Ahrahanisoir roturrird :ironi  l'rOu,t::;Lalie;   Wednesiiiiy'.   J i C reports  things active^tlienA'A.stittion -is being  ���������built by. the,'C:P.U,i atGeraid, avid the.  company" are -nego'tia't'ui^. forthe, pur.-.  "   "-  '       '���������ii'u.i.;ry. On  ,.���������:������������������.:,��������� says  i'li'u io soiVs  /.Uiinir- for  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in the World.  Mail us lo Royal Crown Soap -  Wrappers, and in return we  ��������� will mail a beautiful Picture  size 16x20; or for 25 Wrappers  your choice of over 100 books.  Drop us a post card asking  for a catalogue of premiums  to be had FREE for Royal  Crown Soap Wrappers.  Address  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. Limited.  Social and Personal  Ed. Jackson, formerly with C. li  Hume & Co. and II. .V Coursier. has  taken a position in Taylor &��������� George's  establishment.  The Epworth League have decided  to hold weekly meetings at the Revelstoke Lumber Company's Mill.  Mr & Mrs. C. J Aman heve again  taken up their residence in Revelstoke  Mr. Aman having obtained a position  with the C. P. R.  Duncan McGregor, who has been  with A. McGregor's bridge gang, goes  on a trip to Scotland. r,  J. Nethertou has decided on making  his home at Kamloops on account of  the health of Mrs. Netherton.  ��������� R. W. Newman, who is.a C.P.R.  engineer at .Schrieber, Out., i.- on a  visit with his wife and children to his  father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.  Newman. Engineer Newman ii the  eldest, son and has not been v,esl since  1888. G. Newman came up from Arrowhead to spend Sunday with the  ..family.,A ^AA^-AA-Ar'AHAA:-: A;,.:;A... A;  AjGpo. Johnson, and family have moved  tO:;TroutiLakc.;,;'-A'.,:--'',.':'l.-"���������;���������; ��������� -':Av-.':;,:   ���������  ,Mrs.,Dpugla8, of ;Banff, is on"a .visit'  toAier daughter,; MrsA;-McCarterA AAA  A G;,S.:AIi:Ciirter' returned'bn: Friday:  from attending a sitting of tbe County  Court at Golden:-;;.-���������:���������������������������������������������".      ."��������������������������� A.. A'a'A...<  -\r  THE STRAND HOTEL,  Hastings S^t.ukt,     -     Vancouver.  European"'and American P'-in. Newly furnished and renovated throughout. Eirst-cla-- re-taurant in connection. Rooms fi'om -"'"c up- One block  from C.. P. K. depot. Free Hack.  Porter meets all principal boats and  trains.  Wood Bros-, Proprietors,  A,  Activity^  ���������;A���������':;V'^'':''^������^;���������.5/7i7^���������^o^w.:���������:.������������������:;;';  ���������'���������^e^riiA^i.'M  ���������''pAn^lVa&tr-tliG^  ihe:'Imperial, itosslandjAl^alfpiir  and Criterion cliiimsIat!Camb6rni>  Thcideal;is for tiboutAfOq.OOp,: ainl  ; j S' 11; il I ��������� cii'sU, ;��������� ba la. uOO- i h', si X tylfl HV Sy  TlicAiHireliasei'S'; intend1 A,oAptit; in  a. "IrainwayAancl;':nij]l^A.>V;6Vk.^li3H  been'istarted;pnAH'e :Ro8slancljifroni  ^wHicli;"a^tum^cl7wiir: b"e''t-'ni,P Ai">, rlv<A  Qyslcri'lA-'A"';;'^ A-vv-'^A:' A; -r;.  .���������Arepsrsi'Ennsti;- Allen, Sthrkey;.  .Gory 'Meiihinick^andAj'A^.-^Foley-  were the principal benoficaires by  ;the'dcal.;,AA ,.:,;',',;;v:-'.,.,;1;', -��������� :-''.. ::.::;,-  - a. \\rork on';; the;; Triune ,>v'as-;,shu't'  down this week., a.  ...Jtis reported'' -'.'the., .Goldfinch, .'.at  Camborne lias been;sold fpr;/$35,0p0i-  Baker and  Confectioner  A full   and ci")ip'ct(  line oi  GROCERIES  Cor. McKen/ie Ave.  and   Railway .Street,  NOTICE.  N'oiioe i- lui-ibv ^ivcii ih.it .ilK-i' .'ifld.ij-  riiiniil.iU-I "iluiiil to.i|i|ilj I" Hit I"*-'1 ('������in'  nil���������loni'i ol I.,inil- and VV,ji_l.-.fiir-ii( i iiu--.iua.  iDdil ami c-i'i-vnvvj} timber limn lliu lollovv  inK ilo-ciilii-d l.inil-. -ini.iUil in tlio C.iiiliii'i  diilriLl ol HrHi-li ('oliiinbi.i : t'oiiitiicncniBal  ,i po-t, on llif vv,.-L b.ink of t'.inou Unci-. ,il  lb,-inoiiLb ������l Gl.u'ioi- eieiK. Uirlico vvrsl !������������������  i;li.iin-, ihonce -mull lOi uli.iin-., llitncc nonli  .ilong v\c--.l, b.uil; "I" C.uinc Hivi'i- to tlio iniunl  po-L iii.u Ul-iI "i:. McM.ilionV luiibtr limit." ���������  JUUd tlu-,l-til.i} uf May. ISKiJ.  i;. MuiU.v HON.  NOTICfe  -."' Notice is'liurcby'ijivt'ii Ui'iil iVfloi-.SD'ilfiys-.froin.  iliito.I intoiid :to..apply t.o tln..,t:liii..l tjonmiis-  sionoi- .of���������..hhti(ls,'.,iiiti.l .Works for puTinissioiii lo  cut lind riirry nvviiy: tiinbcrfi'oiii iliu lollovvuiM  'ilcscribiiU 'liuiils. silinniwl in tlio^Ou-ibpo dis.-  ti-k't of I'li-itifili- (,'oliiiiibia: .CiiiiiiinaiuuiK ������':.������.  post on tlio ������'bst. bue.U of (JanoiJ IHvur; llieii'-o  south 10 cliiiii'isi'blniiiiiu wo.^L 1110 cliains. I lioii..(:  ��������� mirth JU uliuiiis. ...i.Iic'.ii'uo'"i'lisf 1(W.-cliuiiiis to Lhlf  pluco of������������������diiiii'iu'i'Hiuinja.it', niiu-kcd ;"K. ai\ All-.-.  M:ilui]j'.-i t.inVlioi- lin.U."; . ;':,:.  ' -.-.Uaiuil.-May'l'A'i., llNKl.'- " -; VA --���������'���������";; .,,���������;���������;, '-��������� ",;���������  "(:;'A'v,V-' ;,:.-'V;;;-,:-v',3i;'-;':'.^'^ K,'i?I������M^)ip>;-;,:;  BUSINESS LOCALS.  Travellers visiting Revel.stoke will  find the best accommodation at the  Central Hotel, Abrahamson Uro?. o  Arrived at la.-t.���������Go-carts anil ex-  pre.-s wagons���������At R'. How.-on'r..  When you come to Revelreloke hail  the Central Hotel bus to take you to  a good hotel. Abrahamson Pros.  Props. o  A few perambulator.-fur sale c'e:ip  ���������it R. Hows.on's.  Go to L. Schnider for a set of harnc.-^.  The \V. Abrahamson Addition tn  Trout Lflke stands ready lo ofl'er every  inducement to those who wish to purchase lots for private or business purposes.  ]{. 11. Trueman and Go's photographic studio is now open daily in  charge of W. P. Montgomery.  ' Radi-h, lettuce, onion> and rhubarb  at-J. Maley's plant and vegetable Aoio  oppo-ito po--l oliiee.  Several dc-irable hou-e-for -aleoii  ei^y term-. ���������Lewis 15io^>.  Call nn Lewis Bro.-. for inforni ilion  regaiding the Equitable 20 yeai H per  cent..Gold Hondr-/ Hc-t Investment in  the market.  L.uge line of sideboauU. just anived  at R. llow.-oii vv; Go's.  Bedroom suites of nianj de-ign- .ii-  ford the best selection m the citv at 1������.  lLovvson tt Co.'s.  In   One   Year  is  a. Fair Profit.     Buy   Siniilka-  meen Valley Coal Company's Shares and make it.  for  Was the Profit made in four years in Crow's  Nest Coal Shares.  The location of the Company's Coal Land and   their;-City  of Wonder,   Progress  and  Prosperity, ASHOLA,  is an enviable one, and they own the water power, timber  limits and electric light. Stock holders participate in the  profits, of all of the above mentioned.  Estimated  assets  of the  Company  are now $1,350,000.  The   ASHNOLA    COAL   COMPANY,   LIMITED,  of Toronto,   is  also  establishing its   Western Office and pay  roll at ASHNOLA.  ASHNOLA,SMELTER.LIMITE3C>  now an assured fact, with a Capitalization of $2,000,000, will  not onlv erect a smelter with'a 5000 ton daily capacity but will  also make ASHNOLA its Head Office, which means a pay  roll of three idyantic incorporations for ASHNOLA.  These facts make it   possible   for'the Similkameen Valley  Coal Company's shares to advance to at least $25.00 within the  One'of the 1110.1t   remarkable men ol 1 ne.\t year.  These shares are now bein������" offered by our official  UllC 01 llie nio.ii,   rem,iru.uni: jiivm '" j j  " . .  .       '       .     f   .  ini'srr.ge h..s ju.-L arrived in town (ami   brokers at $ j . 1 o on calls ol loc. per month, withnon-lorleiture  is staying at Iioiol=-A;ucci5tol������'. 100m  c]tlLlsc. ^N ]-|jch means you g'ct shares for the cash you pay into the  13) in the per,on ol l'roie-or :\   c.  (;(Snip;my   in   any   cvcn'       For  further information and prospectuses, apply to the ,  N0T1CR.  Noi.i.-o i-, libi-cl'iv t,'iv>'ii Llmi- n.f I or 30 iliSysJr'iie..  iliilo 1 inti-ifU to jtpiily lei ilm l.'liii'f (>iiii'iiifSM>:  iii:i-of l.iinilrt iiiia: W'ui-lcs I'm-'���������|ii!i-iiiiKsu>ii.,.lo.i.ui,  ���������mil carry avvny liiiilioi' l'i-,im'l.lii; fdlliivviiiK-._*!������!--_  -oribod liuul^i siliiulo in llii-ltevi.l^ioki; ilislrii-i;,  uf, Hril.isli l.'iiliiiiil'iiii eoiiiiiiuiicini: ii.l-.il .������������������|insl-  iilatiLiid lit the .Six-milu li-eli liulovv OfVil-S Urn'-;  .Inn,Tunning i" l-lio -follnwing 'diru&tirm;: iioi'l '.  Hlcliiiiiinv llieiieu (iiisl,' I HO clmins. ilieneo ndiilli,  lOoliii'ins, iIioik.-u \v(Strl(iO ������;liiiiiH'l'iiiiiti/il li'.'Sl,..  marked������������������'.M.' DieUey's liiiibur limit."-;���������������������������'.;.:  A^l?^I,iy:^,,V.!!!K'AA".Ai  Uavmg; stuilied  liindoos,,: vvliotji'.  HOTICE.  :'TiiUe iiiitii* tli'at I,,:H. : 10.;Di-ovv.sixt.y (toy .:  fi-i>ni (liito, :iiitoiid ���������to ,n>akoii|ilJlieati<nit<) lliv--  .Chief' Coiiiiiiissioiiiii'i.ol'.I-iiiiil* ii.Mit.lWiirkR.ii)  '|)iircl.iil.-:o .tliirJ'uHovv'iiHf  (loscrilied, liiu'cel  of  ���������' -Uoiiimonclhgiit a ]ioA iniii-kcd'll.l'v, Mnivy'-s  N".' B. COI-IlOl' 110-1.     J.illU : I'lllln.SUlilll nlpiifftl"'  lino'of Cory'.���������MiiiililiiioliV.forfy'imro'-puri'.liaKi:  'itml Ijoyond in that dirceUon"JO. chains, tlionut;  wiwt-'fl chains, thcjiioe north 20chains inoro or  loss to river hank, .thence follcj.vviui? liiiiiuidfli-  ings of. Ki.-ili rivur 10 poiii'ti' .of, cdinincnccinouV.  oontaiiiiiiK forty iicrcs more or less,; on. ili'celoli.  hank of Kish Itiver..    ,'. a   a ������������������>,..'���������; ,'A:/ ���������  Oiunborne, April tfili.lOOi'.     ;' ;       v..',  ';:";:' '?:^iA^j^.L���������ALl..-Jl.-!^ft!iJiiJ".- '���������'  t1.:;e pi i  hearing.  chaise of  Cmit. Jliiinan's  Trout   bake.'���������,.AiW. AAi'A  there is eiDuglV fveigiit ,al  ��������� l;a.p..dmg  to   keep ; teAiiS'  ���������the,next ;;;,yo.months.'. '.^   ��������� /j  ''��������� ,,'Tl'i'e police have had .aA';;.:  ifiui'ing the'Vhistj ie\v..'i.;.  the town i'l 'U'al'' o;:. A'!;  riirely.l'eeii''';i il }' :i'i.i:���������}���������"���������'  iug, bel'oi'e'M 1'.; .- ibli, lit/ . . j  named Lieiiy.or A,? -i 'ht ,'.i> \\. 1 -on. lor  a. inoiubfor vagraiii'V hiv),'. bi'- '������������������.- nuntliS'  ,;A:i'. li'ii'f'r v:t.g-'  ��������� t'vi' l-','--"' ��������� -������������������������������������' ���������,:.") i'l a y.-i.:  ',-.���������.'���������      -. '������������������:,' ���������'��������� 'ordered'  A A, A ;A-er trof 30  For Sale.  '.'The iindersigticd having eontraeted'  for the' wlioleotAfcMaboh; .Bros, vvood1  is'prepared to stii'i'ply mill 'wood at' ".  CKp;<.R'CGRD\VOOI)'������$3.'00 delivered.  ttARDWOODat wnmlly low rates/ ,vyA'  "��������� AOrders ���������.lf'fi.''.;at::Cv.''R... ���������I.iiin,H;':-'&, QAA  Morris k r!'.tm)>:."or atxiiih \will bavej  proiTipt'iittentloH,, ������������������ A--    ,   .A'AAAA  :;;;���������'''Ccriain'' gopdAS  VeUer than uiicet'tain;  't.A'A,.;>���������",." !;:;A:V."A /;:/"/.;  ''tp'!.thc;"Malcci'3'.; price, ";  :Siimo:;d ��������� pa;ihd���������.sblei;;  o-c Tiit'Cvir^; pair of; "  A-;Ayr-i't   '������������������/���������������*���������'.���������''!    '������������������������������������' O < A; ' f J :-,  ������������������' i iiAC'Steronce,  ���������  t-/..!  ���������J  !G; B. HUME &^00.  ���������1.  beech.     His    readings   in   Ta mi-irv  aniii/.e and a������touuda!l jiei-ons vvhoaie  lortunaie enough to have  the  oppoi  tunity of being e.Namimd by him.    lie  is    the only' genuine    adipi   in   thi*  eountiy, .mil one ol the lew who   Ii.ivl  fttnclieil [lahiiistiy ,011 .the., baitle.lleiy j  and;in uie. successful, in hi ing;. e'aiiijA; j  ���������i\isknovvledge,  lej\yev'er,As  liasetl,011 ;1  theA 1 intloo  iiiiilospiiliy. ,.-',-J 1 ii^adyjefc  giveir :afler   tlie"exainiiiation AahhoI-''  bei'.cs'tiniated': by''nidhetai:y;/Aalu(:���������-;  it; is; Aimply   iiiviiltiiilile,  :11sA Ins ; ei|A  ents ;ilf over- theAworki ican, ;tpstify.  tlie^hiySeicsaif' '.tbe  mysterious rpOvvei's.  hiiye-siiii'tleilj llie  western AAi'liiAiCAs;  an adept.\yii>>''lia's found'; llie'lavviirlife,  aiiii ,e;iii l.i,v,e;; wii ;,iiiiielii)ilely.,.; Qonli-;  ,tieiil; of ^success ;iie";ii'ia l;esttno /si-ateo.  ��������� .���������fiirrgeVpiiy u'liVib: you /iike Avhon eon-.  ,yi'qoeeiv;; if \:'yVAi / i-iiijii'.iU;; i-Oivliric V1^'"'  ;i;i-uAiviiii'eiigi6iv;asii,;is:,iiiught; ib-you  ;.ii:o aiiAtbeisi,: and' i.i;iie.yeTii' noyfiiig:  .,/ou;;e:tii-tvAee;,;ityiiiii are' i(;,Sciontisi"  ..iiiti vvisbAi ii'avei>^:������;be broad Aoiviaiti;  i.j'iVrii.ii'id"; if!.'you;ai'e^as^|uriuialist aho  iH'ooifraiil of;SoriVii''evil;,,spirit;AAyoii  AiteWi''.:-^^  esbteric/prbbieiii'to Solve;; if'you aiAa;  .'J.Hisi'ifess!;:iiiiiii lookingAoi\sucoess;,eaif'.  Aiid'Aee^: tlHV/adejiUi/^Beijpi'i'l1!11'^! ixK  S'tiiti); vv Ini b -y 611 requ ire Ai id~ ybu ;vvi 11; l>.o'  'satisiiedA'AA/AA/AA^  '.;";Uru;lcoop AHou'k ^ootpiisotiiubFOot;;  tJlniTor Aired AndAore.Aeet^2Ac:;and;  vifcA pilckagc,;at;UiihiidaAjriig.^  ^oi!,A>evejstbke1.;;:L!..y.;. ���������^;.v*A:;A;^'i;';''"^A.  A;.Ciirpeis.;tp>irelhised;, fnjni':;.T;aylCT;;;i\;;  Georgearc'cut. sewn iiiublaid 1 rcAA .'A  AJjifinp;sliiidc1 frauies arid crepe paper,  Ijealitiful :cQlors;'V :it. .Uiinada, Drug- it  .'Dbok'OoA���������'"!;; :-a.a'-a- ' Al[A'^',\,r:'-A V;,AV;A-  . ADbivt.;. foi'get that!,',Iroiirpx -Tablets  are only 25c 11 box, :ind;.'onc of the'best  to]iics;and blood purilie^'s niiule. :Kep't  :it Canadjidirug.tt'Bpok Co;;���������.;��������� '������������������; .'v ,/  A Our .luly'.piitterns have just arrived^  'TheAnew.lAo so coats ��������� show ;��������� Japanese  Atnipiiiiifsleeve, etl'ects, aiul"sio't'seiuns  arc also ainpng the novel ties-Ail. skirts.  ;,���������Taylor'&'GeorgeA ' \t'-;.  ��������� Linolcuiiis/piu'cjiascdv froni,. TayloT  ifc George arc;iiut aiid laid frceA  ;.'. -'.Db'ii't:'.'delay in 'ordering your suits  'forahe holidays,;,; Vpuvvill; ibid nice  iincs.for selection at;IV.' y.;\yi,l^()ii,V; :;  '';-.--'!K(i,A;J''.'r':--'J36uiMio Aj������iis//-.tstkbn;..-;.6ypr;  ;i3qurneBros, old "store.atthe.stiition,  iiivtl'A\'vill������������������ carry /stocks, .of;.boots'^ ii.ikI  shocsj'men's.; furnish in'gs,:rbadyHhadi-  clothing; ','��������� GorbiuitioiV.-.'.ba'rgaiiis:. ;are  being.otVered by, the-Siile of '200 'suits.  ofdipysAuiil youths' clothing;iit if Liip.;  " -'Ji\6. Morgaii;Oxpects lb ooctipy 1'ii.s  new biirber'SJibi'' next week.,;1  ' ,������. :  Lost between .railway station "a.nil  ���������.Opera,"' IlousO, ii.' black'thbrii " e'ii'lie.  Finder .will; please lea vesaine "��������� a t Gify  lipiel. '-���������;';,'���������'"��������� fA^.A''';':r'-V;,,-"A:; ^"������������������  Sale of household .furniture'at resi-  :5IMILKAMEEN VALLEY COAL COMPANY.  , Ll.MllTiU..  Headv0f!lce:  Nelson,  B; C.  in each town to ride arid exhibit rt sample Agor model  bicycle.of our uiJuiufactiire. Y.0U CAN i������AKEA?10,T0  $50 A WEEK besides having awheel to ride for'yourself.  flOAS ' BiflffSaB������ Hi9lvGrade ;d������'flft :fl; ' ^"~  Igui   lfill|66BS Guaranteed s������  'OQa'99Kof.!o?A.A:.  500 Second Hand Wheels**A.  taken in trade liy our,Chicago retail stprus,.;>|7$..-'.,iW  many Rood nsriow;.......;...".fv.v.......... . '-''���������; ,(, ;     '   .       '  A A iWcY-Ship.-aiiy-bicycle;;; pN "APPROVAL- ;:to-  anyone without, it cent'deposit in' advance and; allow  IO;B&YS;FBEE^BiflL;;;S|^;  MO risk-in ordering froui us, as .y.bii do Hot liecd to pay  a cent if the bicycle docs not suit you. A.'���������'' / ; ,;������ .- ;  lin MATDllV a ivlietluntil you Imvc���������written for.our  , UU VnU i' BM 8f ' PACT0IIY 1'lttCF.S ntul ri!i:i: TKIAl:; OrPUW.  Tliis'lilicral odbi- has. never: lieeu. equaled aiid;isa guarantee oi ���������  the (iiuilily oloiir wheels.;. ,;,>:.,': A.:;'.';��������� A ;' .'A;-.'       ���������  uy r, -.whin i��������� 11. reliable person in 'each, tov.-ii to (listri')Utccatalofjiies for us in A  e.vciiange for a Ijicyelo.   Write tbUay foi-'freecat'iilo^iiC--ajicl our s'iieciql' offer.     .   ' ;  *;iiaElK:lIgfcElM;S;li#^ r  ,0>'.  .!���������;  have- neon.  hevi liave1  fiildng.Eipans ;T:ibules,:for;(.|ie l)yspensiii:^ani:l  hidjied ^iie-AvOiiderfiillyA1 f .do-.Uof know' any^vviiyl.heyelVecAiiie.dMit fbey seein  (b.giyi,!.,.v,igoi'' lo the'entire sysfein.    Iliad it soft of languid .feelilig, but: siiice   .  taking tlie Tubules I foe;l S|:uritCfl n jifllinyo ncif, ;t]i:i ^;iiiehi pCliply Aviiy .j.^put. trip; A  [ thin k'tiiey, lire good for a 'genera I Jjiiild-uji of flic sy^iom.������as:tbey seeiii-teActAA  likeiv toiiic.",;'A.AA,A" a���������A; v'- '",:'��������� ������������������,;,'���������;' a- "��������� A A;AA;AA:-"A;A;-;f AjaAA'A'.;^."'.'"  ;Tlie. live-cent- pAcket as .'���������ten''6't'ig"lv. 'ibt':''an; Oi"Ciinai-}', occasion. .;;  :r^.he,:-',ianii'ly,..bpt|J^  \ ('^)';:iti!J!li;;,|?e|)l',niii'iii.r;7j.'ii,.i"sill.j  .-jd'niv.-. .A.i'X.feZ.'.'iii,.-.:-.  AIS'j The-Bevelstole:IavigaOi)n Co: ttd, A > -' ;^o^^  ���������'���������. ; 1902, Coiiiui!.;|icing at   I... o'eloeksbarp.  com-1  man |  for'resiAini.i.he poll  :   TIME TABLE  (I)i,iri'ng.seasoii.of high water.)  rant  Ji.i.iliCU   li.O.'.V-  '���������j'^MBOnfi'  JUP  L.I'JC:  Leave Higt)t-MihvLapjling I'aeli  T'l'.Kr? DA >'(,.'��������� AN I) ;F li 11).A V ^11 <i ;i .m,  'A". '���������''   Leave I,a Porte each      '' A '  Tl'IvHDAY   AXV   FRIDAY at ���������> p.'.".  SI'EOIAr.TUir^ wilihe iiiaib-;b>-  i:lvveen.dates of 'regular Sailing''w beie've);  i I'lisitAss olViird ivarrants pame.  ;WANTED  i���������;'. ���������Aifvi..rti.-;'.f,lyeiji.s.'';iitidivr''- this jieiiilitig  will. be jitibl-ished'at wiie ,e,ei)l.j.er vvoni,  ;''iC,r^iji'tiC-'-','i''.1--.b';',.''ti!''0!'|.'.cr.''  ,-'''.,' Thesl i'ohgest ii 1 it t best' .iei ice yct;deviso<-l Asnii [ily'aiideasi ly. eonsl r.ucled'.  at.tliGsaine tihie. Ihechbapest and nvosl' durable'fence'(/ii Alio market.': ^ ���������'.;.; :-' A  iA AUr.riglits of'iiiiportatiou', niitiuifiicture/>r sVile i\f-fence i.i.i ISrilislrCi'liinibiie  are e.vch'iiiivelv owneii'liy'iis...niid an v.' violation of' these .vvill be jiroseeuled.'.   ������������������  ; BRITISH:COLUMBIA'ANCHOR FENCE CO.^:Ltd..> VANCOUVER. : ���������  ' ���������'���������'.'> :v;>',;.: '���������'"'.'"'..';,   ./'V aA '.--"^'a''���������"'; a'AA ;;:;''(): lA^KKIN'^V-Mariager.  aVaxti:!)���������Vo.j  1 On!  i "'Skirls a',e now" frequently ina'dcAvU'h  'yokes; ai.i'd iii ihiihy'iiVsfiiiicesVare ;b;ix  .! -pleated, or I ue';- ed ' below 1 be yoke, I li'ii  1 I'littoned etVect dovvii the centre of 1 be  ; hack   .being  -also . Ar ..��������� very., ]ileasing j^ BTJY   BEFORE  At:^So,'';OUAt'!Ua-'"^  i"     ''"'���������A. ',  ' " .-..    A;.,  .':���������    .      Irtt)-:    ���������'���������:������������������   ������������������ -;_.:-; :......  -���������;  1' ,.',"Mive money and insure.at jan; rales., y. . ���������_____.- . ,. ,.  ,,  i u ,,.��������� I,.;������. Coursier/   ,.      '��������� . , , '-��������� '    j ^V    .' cl |K;.jj,:. CITY, ;"  ���������fifri'"-'-.' *  ���������""*' 7--'-' '��������� A--;'" '';-:''-; r\A' '>r'.'/:^.-;^-;r:'';'ro;.''';':*' .r :'"r*l  Willi II.;������. Coursier;    ,     ." : A, ,   ���������. '    j W.  Advertising in tlie KooTiox.vy Maiia '^  ���������JM-lbe  r.l'li;  1 The Company reserve the_ right, to .  i change tinite and days of sailing vv'it|>.;  lout notice. .��������� ..������������������������������������  to  f. ruht uniftonctM of ta������t������������ rowo*������  li'  il-,-  1  Oil II V.  I,,i .  O'lrue  Ai'.  ,-:. 11. r,  iu.lii':-  ���������Ar. tin  dii.-'ate  ���������.,is "the  .')-'th<; ...  Ii!:lie<i: A. fotwlaXD,  ''l'"-''.''^'.-!'.      '.. .' Master  ' ricity,!     "-���������������������������-   ��������� ������������������"  '���������.^ will ! - , -���������" -p--  (.'6iii  .'ti.,r, 'i Aitiii  J.vi-;'t,v:iidi.--:-A.ivgiMitlemeii   :                   ���������������������������,,,-,. ���������   ���������     ,    ���������  ��������� 1  ���������������  (���������i(-'d^".M;'j',j,!ii.<i' And' printed   Ai ;-iie!,])s the  small   business  grow   largo ! ������&���������   ��������� y<>_ . ^  ;*r,6<i  A  Abe   jKoi/riA'.vr..AMa'ii 1 and prevents..tlie largo businoss,growA ^.'   J, - ,  priiUiiig!-o!l,'i.'---<.-., ��������� <').iu'.A'-i(''vV'   plat' !'ing N;iinll..      ;,-      ;  ...        ,���������'...-'.'",  .-���������eriiit tviii.-- is- lie, ii,'n;-.-.l ever- ini- f-;  .,���������'��������� ���������r--~���������������������������-;... '...:.'.;,-  Utfr  .ritd'bi  thi- <;ifs''foi,:i.b"i.--.:e.l,ii  >,>i vvoi  Q. \V. TROrT.'.-,'  'A   "    'rvr':-������::r,  WASTED���������To.'-:;  .",������������������ :���������' W.-lt siVu.'i.ud  :;e  i!i:|.,|eiii'-ii  i. ini��������� exec-lientT;.rn'e"in"  'lo   ..'Oi'.rk-et;  ' Sto'd.  I,i-Ai;A'  nl.  N  Safer than a Bank  IpOil.  1'.  i'  mi  ,-t'ii.  MM'-  I..'  Highest Honors, World's Fair  (iold   Medal, Midwinter Fair  ,'. c.,l<l   fliildiiK   I'ovvdiirg   coiiUilnliiK'  nluiiu   TlH-y H'o liiJiii-lo"i������ lo lu-utth  RjVa ud.il  r.A, r,;|'!ci-. 1,1*. the l-C</./r(A.ri''M.(.ii.  )\\\.S'V\-'J)~.r'-  CELEBRATION  IC'.J.  J. Guy B  \V'li(.'ii y.'ni invest ;  money in .ft-widrj j  your   vvN-i.-.,      1 "ii  niive   yiir  "--.rii'-  -nfe  iXtkI 'Miiri'    '���������'.-  yen    buy J.--.v.-lr ,;  licre, and, Vet, lie:  ���������nifist, ii'rtliili!    r*:'--  -f|i!t-j thrown in,   ,  Hrc our -jt.ncjk i,f  .    l,fl(ll(.'H Wl|,|,!,.|,,~   &  f,'li(i.ln      Ilni'i ;li''-.,  OloekH,   .Vluiucni'i--,  HeU.i (Jot (flu-'-; '-'  Kiincy SinrlinK Silver wii.ro at..  ���������i'l;,  , , ,   A.p'til.V.   V-  r ;,,;.!,!������������������ .0      ', ���������'  \V.V'\tKJ)-~lJ':'.-'ly  ���������'.     wo'i'iirii:.   i'-ao'l  - 'dii'.u'ri  lltiilbiji.  w%  e.rm 1 nus'ol.. (lie  iiillw'iiy :al-  ready siiiweyed���������via the  0% 1-,'irili'ini (;i'e<;k witli fork"  V^)'.tn. thai'��������� ]���������).( 1 i 111A' ,. ���������,.- ,  rj>' ���������  fttr) ������������������:���������..  CIIU'UACITY   -.'���������  'icinili.l'.ully ' siluated  <$> nl the 'basi'-of tlio"Lar-  <$������> dean. Pass  Gale'iiii.  aiul  ..-ip.. ;���������;;,-.!!'  j|! lia-t |0|I.  '\V'-,A.V<  \v  ���������p-.n-b'  k (,"'(1  11.  ;V 1,  11,' -  .M  ;PORTS' at REVELSTOKr.  2711] 1 |'*^������- .Surprise Orccj.-  'A. -_ '_,'';.���������*$)  '.'(.'IP.CI.I  S  '. i'ltii/W-tiuilviii:.  ,'re i'li' ineril.-.  ,  V "Aft  ��������� l.l.t   I.  U'al'  r\.<-(:;<\A- is  ib ('���������    lAdvcrtiso in tho lint,  ���������" A m 141  ! Willllillg  '��������� Ilnvi' yon Irieil i  j    "^.ve ."'i,lie��������� Tii  valufibJ''."  Prizes and Trophies, ,  Baseball,  Football  Cricket, Lacrosse  and other  ; a matches A     a  Shooting.' Competition,  Horse Racing,"Athletic  Contests, Dance and Sn  tertainment.    ��������� ���������    ,  ; rvtfl  js iilisolulery  bv ��������� Miniiie; .  CITY  lUTounded  Properties  '���������=���������! iio\v'uii'!(;i'deve'lopmei.il;..  ���������rrt-t:- -~f -.-T������; im* ���������  A.    '  i^ SPLENDID  :���������'  \S>. WATER a '  i^ POWER'  :>ti -,'.....'  Z.   \Vir''i-h   vvi-ll .be   utilized  . frn      , ���������     ...  '--    no .'   -';.'.-������������������ .11  lot' (.OIIC'll-  1 ^7-ti-aiAA-  IT.i'nt-.--. ,-..'  "  THE TOWNSITE OF  #'���������  (^1  <*������;  ;r|>  ($>  4?'  IS1NOW ON THE���������;MARKBT.,$,  '   :.'    '"'.���������'���������'A A"-" *&  ..,.' "'a "-'"'- ;;'''     ������������������'���������'��������� :><i������  -a :v;' %���������  (���������������>'���������  ;- ��������� '.'.- ��������� ��������� A <$5'  --Lots'on Sale-2O0|  ;'   '���������''���������' ''��������� r$>  Si  U  #':  mm  SKNl)   ,K(.)'K-".l'Al!TICI'Ul������'S,' AT  ONCIATO T11K CICXICKAI, A'(.;I:;nT;  bev  :i I'i  UOJ) yAVJB THE KI>'Ci.  G. B. BATH0 ��������� Ferguson, B.C.S  . '   A   "'    : '���������' . A'   '<&  fvi  I? I

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