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Array Uncial U^ry   Juce^  PUBLISHED   TTX:ES:D.A/Y"  -i^USTD   IF'IR.Ilb.A.^..  Vol. 7��������� No. 38.  ���������liE.VELSTOKE. B. C, JUNE lo, liMO.  $2.00 a Year;  THE  ^i^^e^t^<^5t3|}f^������ rfo?$5ffo*^t^r|$-) tfarfafafatfatfadth f^f^f^^r^r$>p$)fttrt  ���������*���������       ������       ���������������       *���������       -v       ���������������������       ^      -*���������      "**?"      *"    "���������*    'n**'     ���������**     %i������"       ���������"    "���������������?*     ���������*'     ������"      ������������������������       ������v     ' V       *v      ���������     "������P"     ���������'    "5>     "������", "������������������������������������     **"  LEADING STORE |  f$*>  *���������$*)  Ladies Blouses���������Special, offer in -new and r������>  popular goods, latest styles, regular prices '<$>  $i,   $2.   and '$2.50,   going"   now .at   50c.9,  ������f>  ��������� ���������,     $1.50 and $1.95.   ' ���������  ,',    ,   "' ".'        -     j4������  , Ladles   Skirts,���������Crash ' Linen, - Pique "'arid ���������  Duck,    regular price, -$1.50 $2/56, $3.'/5,  &,'  1 '   $4.50,-going now at $1, 1.50, 2.75 and 3.50.  ^  Ivietr's- Furnishings and Clothing1���������All <i,  Wool   Tweed .Serge  and   Worsted1 Suits ^  i'rom $4 to $ 17 :  Men's  Balbriggan under- ^  ��������� wear suits $1.    " . <jjr,  .Boots-and Shoes--Reduced for one day. *J>  ���������We 'make'a specialvorTer of a splendid line *<������**  of shoes, perfect   fitting, good, new stock,  *$->  STANDARD PRICE $5, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, f  PRICE $3.75. |  We.also carry a choice stock of Carpets and^  Linoleums, second, to ' none' in the city. ^  Call and see us. ,' ^  'Trouble to Show Goods;  '<<&?  <���������$>  "���������if."  <$>,  tfc>  <������)  tfr>  of*  ���������t|y '  ' ELECTRICITY ON ENGINES.  '' '        <r  Two Locomotives in' the- Local Shops  Being- Fitted, with Lights'. o ,,  Fur   lln*   past  week  in- so .Air. K. K.  Bishop, representing the Pyle National  Electric Headlight Liu., of Chicago, has  been'in town aiul last iiipfliL Llie-result,  nf   his   visit was  made  known  when  engine No. OSS' appeared' with electric  .lights burning brightly.     The dynamo  .which is very, compact in its structure  rests on top of the boiler between the  bell and dome and from   it. the wires  aro   run   through   pipes   where   most  "dangerous connecting  with  the head-'  light and   buck lo the cab. ��������� The headlight,   is- a   strong   incandescent  one  which  lightsc the  track for a,long distance, the cab being lighted with small-  lights   as was also  the sides   of   the  .engine doing away ������with ,the necessity  of a torch while, oiling.   Tom Sweeney  was a proud man, as  he1 displayed his  locomotive, the   first,   on   tlie western  division to be fitted with liglils, on her  1  trial .iun   last,  Engine No.  6oO will also li'ave the lights put'on her  after "which  Mr.,.Bishop  goes   to tho  coast.   J " .       '  ."SUCCESS OF A PRINTER,  Who Gave up Newspaper Work .in the'  * West to Study Me'diclne.  OUT ON FIRST <���������     I  An Interesting' Game by  Local Teams I  Last Evening'.    ��������� :  " i  ''   -An exciting ,Sinne ( of   baseball   \\ as j  played on tlie grounds  near   (lie   river, '  bank last, evening   ".Star   -Shiners"   \s.  "Moonlights."    JJolh bci up; local teams  and composed of about an equal    number of ladies' and   gentlemen   a   l.irqp  crowd   .oi'   spectators" turned   out   to  witness the game which' was a sjiiiiled  one from   the   siait.     Several   of   the  ladies pVoied to   Iks' quite   efiicient at  .the    bat  and   made   some   e,<,'ud   runs  despite the d-inger of being put out by  being struck wit ir l lie*, balh  while   running between bases.     Enthusiasm   ran  high and frequent'calls of , "she1' didn't  touch the base," "you can run on fouls"  etc. etc., w"ere. to he. heard.    !It is to be  hoped that there wil','" theneai futuie  he another event "of this kind, and   on  receipt, of due notice   we- will   afraime  to   have   the  spoiling  editor  on   the  i   fuller   icport'may" be  m  The Chinamen  Prepare To Fight.  grounds that,  given',   ,  i^t|J^.4*>^i|j<^  elts!  Belts!  Lad  allies'  -AT-  THE JEWELLER'S  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.  Draying   aud   delivering   -_- Teams always   '������������������-"!<  i  uolice.  Ai  taken.  lcaiiy  Uunti'.'icis  ii  at  fur  specialty.  shortest  iobbin"  Ahcm*>  fur   U..C. Oil Co.  Robert Samson.  "A hirjj'c ran������>"c ol: readv made  summer suites just opened up  twelve patterns to "choose from,  all, the latest, well ' tnade and  neatly finished. Drop in and  compare prices before buying"  elsewhere. ' ���������  rr^  ' ��������� Good, well finished Photos  equal to any made in tlie district. , Work finished in Revelstoke.  ALL   WORK    GUARANTEED.  Tiie Fred Robinson  toiiite Co.! Limited.  (.Ajiu.ipli.v   Mill,  ju-l.    it.ii liny    under  above management.  Sticker Man Wan Led,  One who can make mouldings.  Mill Hands Wanted,  .Apply lo '  Company's   Office, , Rcvolsloke.  that   we   sell   the   celebrated  Coote   Prospector ���������  Shoe,    no  other will give'the comfort and  satisfaction, this we know from j dmhig the Hi'mmc.-"!f iwh? being al  long experience.  Many'of our.citizens will  remember  Mr'.   D.''J. 'King,   who   in ' the   early  eighties.'li*arned  the, printing business  in the ofliee of The Post, along with  his brolher, Will,  who afterwards engaged in Y. AT.'U. A. gymnasium work  at Norfolk. W. Vji., and later qualified  for the ministry.     David   went to British  Columbia and Spent  some years  in newspflper,work. ,.Jn .''JUJie-deoided.  t<> take  up  the study of ^ niedii-ine at  Buffalo   University, and  (Tie following  "extraet-received  by a, frii'tid in town'  tells  of   his, success :      " 1 am in good  luck and must acquaint you of the fact.  Xasl. night (April 27lh) I was presented  with my iM. D., bv  the  faculty of the  Medical   Department  of   Buffalo University, and  in  addition to this won a  position  on  the-BiiU'alo CJeneial Ileis-  pital   staff, to   lu*gin  service in Sept.  The hospital is one nf the'best in the  land, and the. experience will be of-in-  calculable  value if i lake advantage of  opportunities---and I intend to.  Young  i'olilman,   who   visited     with' me' iii  Lindsay and  at  Sluig'-on   Puint, three  years ago,'won  the  highest  honoisin  the class, but on  account of-his youth  was  haired  from  a General   Hospital  api-uiiituii'id.  v Ife,   however, got   an  appointment in   the  German Doacon-  er.v Hospital; his knowledge of German  helping   blin   in   this coin petition.   I  have   yet   to   pass   the   Sin to   Board  exams., but do not, fear them.     After  one   has   passed   between   1i\)  and   10  exams., in four yruis, with an average  of S!>  per ceul..,   I hey  do  not look so  formidable, 1)0 per cent, is  required for  honors,  and   only   four  attained   the  inaik,   Pohliiian'ri 01.0 per cent, being  the   highest."---Yotii's   in   luck.   I). .).  King, M. P.-������������������Lindsay'Post.  Tbe part v to whom reference is made  in   the above, .Mr,   1).  .7. King, will be  remembered   by   old   timers in Revel.  Inki.' as editor of  the   Kootenay  Star  * ''[    Rifle Shooting'. . ���������  The following weie' the' scopes made  at the regular rifle practice ,of No. 5  Company; It.'M. It. held 'on Saturday  ^itternoon ;- distance 500 yards, highest  possible 28,:��������� "��������� , '  Private T. D. Picard ' 25  Sergt. K. D. Johnson ' 22  ' X'ol.-Seigl.'Merritl,, Jtj .  ��������� Private h. A. Piety.   ' '       10 '  '"Gajil. T. K. L.Tayloi \ . |.V.  Corporal J, 10."McLean       !���������">  '    -'  ��������� Private U.'A. Skene -M  ' "    -, K. Walerson   ,  - '. Hi ,  B. Tenqjliv      ���������.     > lo  -"������������������,' eK..,\V.'D. Paget,     13 .  '    .  !.\-X;l^   J'^^I. Ajhim    '   iAJ..^,  Private y." Lawrence .11  ' " .;   J. li..Taylor.;   "      10  " ' ���������   K. M. yinythe   ,',. ,!J       '  -  -      a"    *" J. D. McJ.ennau      b"  '      ,  ���������"''��������� ,   'iS.'Byrncll " *   -I'   ,  ������' " . C.'Norris       "   '{      -!  '  .1. Old belt. :;  C. Moure    ' 2 "  'Keltles'on 2  rLo.\iioN,'J une 1 I.���������The Chinese are  'entrenching outside of Pekin to oppose  (he .advance of-.=^=t!ifi, international  column.  '  A dispatch'from Tien Tsin, dated  Tueyl.iy, -hine 12th, says: ��������� "] learn  tliat tlio Chinese have guns trainee] on  the Anieiic.-in mission and the Biitish  legation. Two tlioii'-.-and .JiUS-sian  cavahv   wi'h  aitillerv, have landed at"  r|.    i        ': '  I llkll. n o  "   A dispatch tiomfSt. Petersburg "says'  that the ships of   the   Russian  Pacific  .sijnadi-ou on the   active list, as well as  those at   Vhidii ostock, have   been  or-  -d'jicrlto   priK-eel   with ijuick dispatch  to Chinese'waters.   . The foreign otlieo-  i ���������  conlirius the report of the engage.UH'ht  between'llie troops of the international   ,  column   and' the Boxers on Monday.'  It says that 30 or -10 weie killed.  British Victory;   ,  Over Gen. Dewel  I'vONUov.   Juno   11.���������Lord   Huberts'  'line, of  coninuinicalions has-been practically restored by   a complete victory  gained 'by   Generals     Methucu   and  Kitchener over General JDiiwet yesier-  ,      ,    r- <���������  day. 'The'liucr camp was captured  and the' burgher; it  sciUeicd in all directions  ' Lo.vik'n, June .l."j.~--Lord Jvoberls  Ins fought a battle with- General  Both,i, at. the end of which, though  '.the British gained considerable,ground,  the Boers were not beaten. All is  i[iiiet at Pretoria and'Johannesburg,  is   added,1 were  *���������    Trout Lake's New Launch.  'l'X. L. KiMiiian expicts to launch the  Tiout Lake City Ioj.il syndicate's 'new  naptha launch on, y,-ti urd.-iy. | This  handsonie little pleasure boat will seat  sixteen people coiuforlahlv. It is  fitted with an 8-horse power engine of  the latest rlesign, will lie sjiijedy and  can lie iiiui'i'.i ,liy ou'- pers in wit,!i  ease. All that, i- Licking now i-^n  name, w,hich will be provided before'  .the christening on .Saturday.���������Lardi-au  Eagle. " '  Wcdncfday morning ev<:ry hi icklaye'r  iu Vancouver went to work", the strike  that has been in force for several  intuit lis* past having been declared oil".  The bricklayers have gone to work on  the l;,i.-i> of oil cents an hoiii\in>lead nf  1 i  the ,ju" that they originally a.iked for. -,"  A letier . from Alt'. .Stringer, 'who  went fri.iiu here with the second contingent Sliathrona Horse, was received  in lown.yesterday. It was writ ten on  bo.ml the steamer and dated Cape  Verde Mav II.    All,.-av.- thev received  a wai in reception on at rival in England,  i Loul yiralhcon.-i being there to have ;i  hand shake with each of the men and  j addi ess them for a few iniiitil.es. They  A. G. yio'ddail,  a- hridgcuuui   work- ! did not remain long enough Lo see the  Special Attention given to  Prospectors Supplies. *  j Remember ' fche   Place :  Morris &'Steed,  FRONT   STREET,  REVEfcSTQKIJ.  well known lo Kamlo.ips folks (liruugh  his connection with the Inland Wenlin-  el, of wliich^laff he was a member for  home, time, ai'Lerwaids going to Victoria.  CEKTIKICATK OK IJII'IIOVK.MKN'TS.  notici:.  Alice.  Alici:  FiMelioii.  I'-unnnxii   King. Crown  I'oint.   likitifi'-d.'r.   I������-1 ���������.I   ('luiin-e ' niin<:i',il  ',, claim.-.  -iUMltil  in the Itciclt-luky .Mining  Uivi?ion of ^'e.-l lCoiitoii.ij UiVti-icl. V\'licri.-  locilid :   Un (.irouiid Hoy Uu-in.  Take notice that I, William A. Ii.-t.iicr, n^cnl  forD. II. WiNon, free miner's certificate No. Ii  U7S3. Knink Voiiiik. free minor's cortidatc Nn.  H 4(7W, ,J. 71. Jloisrc. free minor's coi-Uliiutc No.  li 45010. intend, nixty dnys from thoilulo hereof,  tonpplvto the Miiiiiiy Ueeorder for n Cert incite of Improvements, for the purpose of oh-  tninii>(r a Crown 0runt of tlie above cl.aiin-j.  -Viifl further tal:e notice that action, under  ���������-eetion 37. iiui������t he eomineneed before the  is>imnee of -noli Ortiflcitu of Improvements.  I)ut'.-d t!:!,-1 ll!i dry oC June, ltl'W.  ViJlbLlAid A. i),U'i;iV,  ing neart^lacier, fell through a bridge  yesterday paralysing hi ��������� limbs and  body, ii-.' was brought to the hospital  hen: last evening.  Archdeacon I'eul renlh upeiil W'ed-  .ncsday' and 'Ihur-d/iy ii town (Jiis  week the g iesl. _ of Dr. I'.igi-t. The  archdeacon w,i*; mi I i- \\a\ fiom  (Jreeir-vonil t < l-.'elowii,- .  -I*. L.'iiiionl, manager, ami K. .Miirlin,  seerelary. of the Ca ii.iiI.i l)i-ug i*c Hook  (.'o.. met lii-re Tuesday when a meet ing  uf I he company wa-. held. They left  next, iiuiriiing for iX-'Nou.  - N'olingon I he by-law** for ra ising (he  sum of $1200 I'm- si reel ptupo-.es and  $1000 for fire bells and repair-! tn halls  will take place a I Tapping'-; opera house  -between Ihe bonis of ,S a. in. and'I p. m.  on .Monday next.  The funeral of Achillo (Jallicnno an  Italian laborer employed by the ('. I'. I.t.  who w.f, buried in a snow i-lide on  March J lib la^i/ll'icbuily being finiud^  on 10th June.tbi-ee.'iililes east of linger^  Pass between the sixth aud si-.vcuih  ������hed, took place on Tuesday moiiiing.  The funeral was headed by the (Jily  Hand playing the ''Dead Mai eh" followed by the Italians of IteveNtoxe. Tin-*  deceased was 21 years of age. Father  Thayer conducted service at lln-1 C'ath-  olie C'liunh also Al thefji.iN e.  , -igiits of London liefore going to South  ��������� Al'iici.  i , c  A fair si/.'d audience f-.i t Iiei ed at tin*  I Opera HoiiM-Tuesday evning to hear  \ .Mi-s l-,die| T. Kei'l'. of Toronto.  I li uiuu dti1* and dramatic reader. Mi���������-  Ken w.i- ������i:!l'eriiig from n -eveie cold  in,I w il !i .tiiuding w bi< li bci lecitai ioii^  were given in ,i highly pleading and  efl'e. \\\r m.-iiiiier. and ihe lie.iily  apji|,ill-e lh,!l gici'led bel at. rat Ii  appea I'.tliee was ;iliip|<" rvideui-e III.it  her selection*, were highly appi eci.itcd.  .Miss Ken's -eleeiiom were interspersed with vocal and instrumental  niiiiic coin ributed by some of Revel-  st>ike's favorites. The euterlainnient  was in aid of the Manse Building Fund  of Ihe lYeshytei i.-iu ('liiireb. '  T.ie race bel ween IJ...N, .1 ii!i:isjon and  J ��������� 11ii llackelt which w,i> to have been  i-ii veil ou the Inlet a'i'iiiJ Jidy ]2ih,  wiil not take place b'-fme the middle  of Augii-t and peril.ip.- l.ilei. Thio  morning .Mr. .Johnston recniveil a letier  from Mr. llackelt, saying it was impossible for him lo name any date at  pre-ent, a-* he could not say when his  new racing-hell, now being built in Toronto, would be finished. .Mr.Johnston  will row row in tho same shell which  carried him in his ra.ee with J.ike  Ciaiuliur in  I'j.'j. -��������� V.uu'uu . i-r   ^Vot|d.  JUUIUILUJIIIIHU. THE KOOTENAY'MAIL  Qbe 1Rootena*2 flftail  l'UHLISHKD SEMI-WKKKLY.  --.vr��������� ,  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ���������    ��������� , ���������������y���������  Ii. Jl.'OAMPBKLL.  PullLlSllliK AXU PKOl'KIIiTOK.  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  ADVKltTISIXG UA'l'KS ijuot' on appli-  cation.  JOB PRINTING of every kind at most reason  able rates and shortest notiee.  ACCOUNTS for job printing���������'0r advertising  payuble on the lirst of every month.  COUKKSPOXDKNCK on all matters of local  or public interest invited'and carefully considered. All communications to the Kditor  mu������t be accompanied by, the name of the  writer, not necessarily for publication, but  a������ au evidence of good faith.  Address  Tiik Kootisxay, Mail,  Revelstoke, B.C.  greatly developed and never have the  farmers of Canada so ' thoroughly  appreciated the value and importance  of these institutions. Great work has  also been done in developing British  markets for Canadian farm produce  with the result that new avenues of  trade are constantly opening up and  no better evidence "of this could be  asked for than the orders that have  come from'the imperial government  for horses, hay and other war supplies.  What Enterprise Will Do.  FRIDAY, JUNE lo, 1800.  A BUSINESS. GOVERNMENT  What the  Department of Agriculture  , ��������� " has Accomplished.  -  ' i ���������*  Ottawa, June !).���������Having failed to  attract much attention by , his t\yo-u< t  comedy entitled "The Horrors of the  Yukon; or The Wicked'Minister and  the Poor-Prospect or,'", Sir Hibbert Topper is now engaged in the publication  of, a, serial story, through' which it is  intended lo run the same plot with  such  additional  accessories as may be,  The members of the house of c.un-  mons press gallery were given an  opportunity on Saturday last of seeing  for themselves' what tbe undaunted  enterprise arid'indefatigable energy of  one man can do to develop Canada's  natural resources and to increase her  trade. Upon the invitation of Mr. J.  It.'Booth about thirty members of the  gallery took a trip over the Arnprior  and'Parry Sound road to Depot Harbor, where Mr. booth'bus' established  a hive of industry in the midst of the  virgin forest. Not only has he built  an elevator with a capacity of one and  a quarter million bushels together with  the spacious warehouses capable of-  handling thousands of tons of package  freight together With coaling facilities  and other adjuncts of a busy shipping  port-,' but'hc'lus constructed a railway  263 miles long to connect that port  with the sea-board. The general result is that an unbroken" chain of  transportation facilities is established  from Fort William the,g-Ue-'\vay of the  Kootenay. Lodge  No. 15 A.P. & A.M.  The regular meeting?  are held in the Masonic Temple. Uourne  Hall, on the third  M outlay in -each  iiii.ntb iii 8 ]>. iu.  Visiting brethren  cordially welcomed.  It. J. l'KATT   SKCKETAKY.  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  Regular meeting-s aro held  iu Oddfellows' Hall every  Thursday night at eight  o'clock. Visiting brothers  cordially welcomed.  ,T.J.GHAirAM. N.G.   K. AriCiCTTLKSOX.SEC  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.'  -^- =.--������-,___ Meet*! overy Tuesday  ~ffl\       ^t*55s^    evening in Oddfellow*;'  Iftll rcj)-<^  Hilll     :a    b    o'eio^.  Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.  W. MATIIIE, Skc.  "TTAPiGE', AND    WELL    Ll  Jj SAMPLE l'OOMS.    If(  "^^S- hot air and electriu   b  .1GHTKD  Heated by  hot air and electric bells and  light in every room. Free bus meets all  trains.  REASONABLE RATES.  Night Grill Itoom in connection for the-  convenience of guc.-ts arriving and de-  1 parting by night trains.   .Hourly street  ear between hotel and .--t.ilieii.-  JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR   ��������� REVELSTOKE, B. C  THE CENTRAL HOTEL  H. HANUUllY. X. G.  COURT MT. BEGBir,  I. O. F, No.-3401.  Meet-- in the .Oddfellows I  Hall on the second and  fourth Mondays of each  mouth.   Visiting brethren   invited   to  attend.  K. V. J. C. JOHNSON,  C. If.  C. \V. MITCHELL,  It. S.  '   ,  suggested.    "In other words the Oppo-    granaries,of the    west   and  the  ocean  sitim." having' failed entirely to create   ^mer,    through    Lntwli    territories  the country   last   ftyer>' ������" e of l,'e wa>'' !l,ul the P���������1}0'  ular result war last season was tliat 14,  000,000 bushels of grain alone went  to Montreal by way of Depot,,' Harbor-  in Canadian ships and by Canadian  railway which .would otherwise have  gone through American hands.1 The  debt,that the Dominion owes to men  like,J. ]t. Booth, who have not cbeen  afraid to risk their money, and .devote  their energies to , the development' of  Canada, is not easily estimated, and it  is exceedingly satisfactory to know  that his enterprise and industry ��������� have  been rewarded with a liberal return of  any   impression    in  'session by   their wild and unsupported  '* charge's of   maladministration against  the Interior Department, are now tak-  ,  ing up  the   time   of  parlianient'which  this late in the session the country certainly expects to  have devoted to pub-  ' lie   business,   by  introducing and discussing a series of 'resolutions dealing  with the'same old  charges, and so far  as is, at   present   disclosed   supporting  them with  the  same,  old   "evidence,"  ���������which is principally based upon anonymous communications from unknown  but  apparently   badly., disgruntled ad-  j.venturers.     The whole affair was very  small beer  last session, and  now that  -the, cork   lias been out   of   the 'bottle  many   months   longer   it  is   liKely  to  prove Hatti.'i* than ever.  When tin: Liberal party came into  power. Sir 'Wilfrid Laurier called to  his cabinet the lies'., men that were obtainable lmm all over the couutry, and  mi strikingly' " competent and well,-  .eipiippcd were they that the new nifn-  istry became known as "The Business  (Jovei ninent." At various periods  since th'Mi the Tories have affected to  sneer at this, pointing to this or that  unimportant matter which may not  have' developed just as completely as  was,expected. .But the business capa- j  ' city and success of anv man or bodv of  Gold Range Lodge,  K. of P., No. 26,  Revelstoke, B.C.  Meets every Wednesday in Odd Fellows'  Hall at 8 o'clock.  Visiting Knights invited. '���������'  W.  w  CROSS, M.D.,  C. C.  AVINSOU,  K. ok 11. & S.  :V. "'  HOLDICir  ANALYTICAL (1I1KJ11ST AND   '  '     , ASSAYKH.  ltoyal School of Mines, London.  ,< ^even vuars at Morf'i Works, Swansea.  1    Seventeen   year*;   Chief   ClicmiM,  to- Wigan  Coal and Iron Coving.. ���������  ,  Late Clicniist.nud As-ayer.' Hall Mines. Ltd.  Every description   of  a*w.iy  and   analytical  work undertaken. '  " Claims exaniined find reported upon. ,  HEVELSTO'.vE. H. C.   - ���������  i.-l  this world's goods." ���������  Business That is Business.  During the three fiscal years from  KSirti to ]SM under' Liberal rule the  foreign ti ado of tlie Dominion has increased hy no k-ss than ^S.^OOU.WH1,  whereas during the wholw long eighteen  years when, the conservatives were in  power the increase was only $00,1)00,-  tKKJ, Tbe increase under the liberals  was at .the- rate of $27,000,000 per  annum, under the conservatives it was  .only nt the rate of $3,7o0,000 per  annum, and the. end is not yet by any  means. Great though the increase  was for Lhc. three years mentioned, the  current fiscal year's   trade   operations  H  A.RVEY & McOARTER  ��������� IJ.VRTJlPTIrHS, SOLIOITOKS, KTO.  Oki'-ici:s :    iloi.soxsj   Hank   lii.ocic,   Hkvui.;  ' STOIC I'., u. C.  ' Money lo lo.ui.  Ottiee.--: llexclhtoke, H. C: I'ort Steele.' H. C>  <Ji:o. ,S. Mc-CAirr.iii. J. A. H.mivkv.  Hex clMoke, IS. ti'. Kort Steele, li. C.  J.  W. CROSS, M. D.  CITY JlliALTII  SUKUIiON TO TIIK f. r. K.  Ol'l-'ICEIL  Otlloe: Taylor Illoek, Mackenzie Avenue.  men is measured by what they succeed    will swell it  very   considerably.     The  in accomplishing and not by what'they  returns   for' the   eight   months   from  tail to do1 and judged by this standard , July 1st, lb',)3. to February 28th, 1900,  the Laur-iii' goverhment ha-- little to ! show that the total trade, for- that  fear. Taki* one d.'purtilietit'akine. th** ; period to have amounted to' $220,'XJ0,-  o.ie |)eehapa which is most directly iu '000. Fur ihe same period of the last  touch with the majority of the elec- \ fiscal year which was tbe largest ye.-u  (orate, that'is the .Department of Agri- ; prior theieto in the history of'the  cultm-i-'. In the comparatively brief j country, tne total tra.de was $21 5,000,-  period of less than .four years, Hon. : 000. This is an'increase of $33,000,000.  Mr. Fisher, a practical fanner of over  twenty   years   experience,   has    done  much. He has secured'the abolition  of the ipiarantine on Canadian cattle  exported to the Fnited .State**, uilh  the result, t li.it instead ol $.")0.(K)0 worth  of cuttle exported in four and a half  \vnr-- whih* the qii.ir.inline was opera-  lii  in eight month'*. . The trade for the  eight, months of the current fisCal year-  is $11,000,000 greater than the total  .trade for the whole fiscal year 1805-0.  which whs llie hist yenr under conser-  vative.adiiiini-tralion. and it N laigi-i-  by. SoJVI.O'Kl 'than the 4rit.il trade'of  the   bi"-t  V'.'.ii'  under  cf������n*.ervalive iul-  t iu*   trade h-i-.imnunled to y^.tirjO,  tiuee   yeai-   only     since   th  I  (ptnrantiue has been abnlished.  Cold   sloi-nge   facilities   have been -oi  i  uiiuist ration.      If   the  pi-e-jeiu   rate of.  e j progress be maintained   until Ihe close j  Gold,   Silver, Lead,  and  Copper Ores  W.  PELLEW, HARVEY,"  K. G. S., Etc.  ^\s-say 0/lie(!.s and 'Metallurgical Works,   >  VANCOUVKK. n. C.  L    Sampling Works, 717-71'J Pender Street.  Is prepared  lo   pun lm������c   tlie   ahove    classes  of, ores ,for th'.  following   Knglish  houses  whom he ver-.csents: viz.:  Vivl.in & So,'.-, ywansea. lClliotts Jletal Co.  Lul..  H-.rryport,   South   Wales,   Smelters,  IteB-.i rs, IJchilvcrizers, Manufacturers.  Checking   smelter    pulps   a   specialty  Edison Standard  ;���������'. . Phonograph  , ' '.-.iili all the l.iir-t improveinenls will  Like au>! ivprmliii'i' rei-orilsi I'uiiiplelc  iiii.'lnding, l.'ee'iriicr. ItcprniliK-ei-, Hrn���������i  Morn. Mippliire Shiivin'g Knife. Kar  TuIh -, < '.iiui'l-, 11 ii: i- Hru-.li. oil ("an. iii-ii  Oik'-Ii.iII iln/.cn Itci-oi-il-i nnd Monks of  In-lriiel ion.  'o  IIOII    ill  of  this   fiscal   year  the   year  i .i    i n .    .- i    ..      i       ' -XJO.tXl'i nun  improved t hat, the export ol butter lias . 0(, ,f]m.jng  Li,..  conservative  inere,i-ed,   ri-om    $l.,S0O,D()0   in    LSI*.)   to j tratiou was $317,000,000.  nearly   .**;<,.0(K),(K)()   in    1-StXI,    while   the'  ���������   Ihe   total trade for  PRICE    S25.00.  will"  be   well over the ftlW.-'ci        AMAO       |        AIV/IAM  k; the highest ini.rk touch- I ...UMAo    U.    AIVIAIN...  adminis-  trade in punllry. i-^-, I'riiit, and oilier-  peri-bable.   pioducl--   hn-,   tripled since;  1M,0. the   iiicicasi:   being   at    an   ever i  giowimj   r.itio.      The i hee.i.'. I tade has  Decision Wanted  REVELSTOKE  11) ,l be|, between -\  abb' to decide tlienisrlve:  incie.-.s,.,!    --,   p,-r   ,cl.    pork,   bacon, ; c<|1| f|||. .llls,wa,., u,,,,,),,],  nid' I', in-1 'being  ham.--. SJ per ci'iil, bolter ,,- Ini.s ju-it  been puiuleil out over Uno per cent and  so nn.  In addition to this the department  established crcainei-i".s throughout I bv  Noil Invest Tn riloi ie-, ; it Ima ini esli-  gated I ulii-n ulo-i, in citllc and iu-  .^11 in ted Hie f.i i iii't j how (o bundle  t In- di c,td rli-'.',i-',e : it took active and  elfective steps to sfamp out, tbe H.-ui  Jose .Scale : it. has appointed a live  stock couiniission-r in connection  with the Central Kxpeiimental l-'arni  to the great, help ji.nd advantaga of  Canadian breeders : other departments  of work .in the experimental fam.'H  tui'uughuitt-   the   cuuiitiy' havt-  Ueeu  (hey u i-h to  the    cohtllllis  STEAM   LAUNDRY  I    "��������� '  ������  ; of Tin: M Air..    The i|Ucstion i.-. :  "A. claims that, the l\ .4. (iovi'in-  ment paid $1i0,QiY)t(M) for Cuba andi  adjoining territcry and Ii. claims not.''  Kir First  Class  ,01 UT OK* UKVrsiON'.  N'oicnr  Wkmt Kuo'fcn'av,  CO[']lV  i>( Itovi-inn   nnd   Appeal   under  Ihe  A*<-<("<-jmei)t Art,  will he  liokl al the  Court Koine, Revelstoke, on 'riiuivdav, ili(!'J!-t  day of June, 1IKK), at KC'iJu, m.  WILLIAM J, VICKIE,  Judgu of tU������ CoUvt of; ft' vititvi. aud. /ijipcul.'  A  i nf,  Work  ASRAHAMSON BROS.  PROP'S.;  Newly built.       Firstclasc  . ��������� r  -in   every   respect.      All  i '���������  uiodern conveniencrs.  Laige. sample roc-ms.    Jmic-'  proof   safe.       Prop, 'bus  meets all trains.  Under same management:  QUEEN'S HOTEL,  TROUT LAKE CITY  (������������������CHKKKKf^KHK)^^  f Newly Built.  ;$1, PER  DAY_���������^ffik. Li������hted by Electricity  ��������� -' ���������      -.    .      ��������� r -       Throughout.  THE CITY HOTEL  ,      .r ***  Best Brandsof  '.  Wines, Liquors .and  Cigars.' '  R, OALBY, PROP'R.  hO<K>^><><KK)-CH>0-CK><)^^  J. A'- *Stunk, Proprietor  ���������Kates", $i per day.  Electric lighted, furnace heated  ;Ne\vlv built ai'td furnished. . . .  Kinest  and- best  supplied   bar  in  the city .0.  Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B. C.  ., -   .   THE   ...  Kootenay Lumber:Co.  (Limited Liability.)1  O 1  ** ii  Manufacturers and Dealers in all Kinds of  Also shingles, mouldings, base boards,  finishing  Long  casino's  lumber, extra wide  clear pine and cetUir. Long dimen-r  sion timber cut, to order. A large  assortment of season lumber kept on  hand in'the yard and sheds at Kevelstoke by the pioneer lumber dealer .of'  Kootenay who also has had considet-  able experience in eastern Canada  which .enables him������to cater for what  the builder requires. You will always  find him readv forbusiiKiss. ���������  t   1  Prices Right.     Terms Strictly Cash.     Leave Your Order  R. Tapping, Agent, Revelstoke, B.C.  '<WKMKW<KK)<HK>(><KWK><KH>0<HK>-  " nrjs'w j���������up jy  ' J' "in iiiiiLiij_iunii'*u  : GIVE US ATRIAL  GEO.  8.  HOGAN, Prop.  "'': Phpnc   43,   ?  R. HOWSON h  Furniture and Undertaking,  . j Repairing & Upholstering Done  ��������� Warehouse in connection for- storage of family and other fur-nit nn*.  trunks, i*tc", at. monthly or oilier rales. Agents for Raymond Sewing Machine.   ���������  l* A' o  THEKOOTENAY MAIL.  TRAIN JUMPING AS A FINE ART.  I !  fto  Uaser  1'riivt ivcd 3Inch, bat VoT*  imctIj   Kiii^iiien  Ilml to Do It.  ������ ' .liiMi;,i:iij fi-niii trains is rapidly hecom-  hi!,' ;i l������i-t art. One does not need to bo  ve:,v old in llie railroad business to re-  uieiiilier when :i il.-.irrn.-iu was not considered half u (hitman unless lie could tuck  a l.-inti-rn or a Hag uuiler Ins arm aud lut  ��������� himself down lo the ground from tlie  liijjli .step of,.-! ft-iboosc when the tran was  running at '2Z> miles an hour. Every ninn  of'Uie crew did it in'those days. It was  in.t merely an accomplishment; it was  stjinotliiiii? they had' to learn, for which  they had u-o iv. their hu.sinoss every day.  In those- days a flagman practically had  no other dm.v than to protect'the rear of  his train. The books of instructions were  very implicit on" this point, and tho word  ������������������iiiiineiliiitel.v". was &o prominent that yon  cm;M see il about as far as you could see  llie honk itselI" Tho moment the' slack  ' o.-nue in tlio train after the engineer had  wlii-thd for brakes the lingular, was Bun-  |io.--ed to jump,oil" and run hack to hold up  the next train, nnd with trains running"  iiiiclci* a li\e inimiie limit,n mini had to bo,  pniiiciil.-ul.y niiiihle. While men-were  .not s-|ie������-i.-illy and otlicially instructed in  the nit of jumping off moving trains, still  a hrnkcmiiu had no clnnico of being pro-  inoicil to ihi^miiii if he lacked nerve or  was (itlu-rwi'-ft, unfit, for the practice.  Theie are sometimes, fat flagmen now.  Theie were none then;'  Tin.* block "system has been chiefly in-  ptriuiieninl in doing a way 'iwith train  jumping as a fine art.' P.y this system every (.rain is assured of'an absolutely clear  track for a certain distance. If for any  reason* a .train conies to a' stop between  two signal points a flagman must go back,  but this is. only in thc.naturc of additional piecautiou. Tho flagman is uo'longer  the solo protector <>f a'train in the rear',  ami the train's are under better control  ���������on account of the airbrake and other ap-  ' pliantos. ,  It would'' he'hard to say how fast a.  train a man could jump from. In general  it depended much upon the mini. Men  , have''junipid' from trains running at' the ���������  rate of 35 miles :i:.'houri" and/the first  step (lie-, took when they struck the  ground was about a rail length���������30 feet.  tfoiiH'thnes it was easy for them; at other'  times a depression or an elevation of an  inch under your-fooMvould ho enough to  make every muscle in your body sore for  a week, although you were able to keep  your footing. Nowadays, except in,rare  ca.-es. q^naii has no business and is assuming "u if unnecessary rNk ingetling on  .or 'off trains running faster, than 14 miles  an hour.���������Chicago Inter Ocean.  TAGGED FOR' RECOGNITION.  How (i datives Wlio Hnve SeverlM������t  .Tick Eiicli  Ollyr Out  In n Crowd.  A man with n piece of pasteboard stuck  in his hatband where it could easily lie  seen attracted the attention of a passenger iii the Pennsylvania railroad waiting  room in Jersey City on Saturday afternoon, and w a Iking'over to Detective Po-  ' tor .Morris he said laughingly, '.Look.nt  that uu.v over there with the, price tag in  his hat." Detective Morris walked carelessly around in'front of the "guy," and  when he got back he'told the passenger  thill ho had'made a mistake. "That's not  a price tag." said the detective., "It's a  card the man is wearing in Ins'hat for  identification. Wait awhile and you'll  know more about it."    ,' '    .      -  In a few minutes the southern express  ��������� catiie rolling into the big train shed, th?.  locomotive pulling and snorting. The'man  with the tug stood in a conspicuous place  near the gate through which the passengers par-s on their way to the ferryboat  and closely wVched the passengers as  they came along. Finally Ills eye rested  on a .pretty young woman 'who wore a  white satin how conspicuously on her  bosom. She caught sight of the 'tag nt  the same moment, and the two greeted  each other cordially, exchanging a few  words, and went toward the" boat to  gether.    '  "There," said Detective, Morris to the  passenger who had discovered the tag,  "we have that here every day. Those two  are probably relatives who have never  seen each-other before. People In the  south and west often send their, children  to visit relatives in New York who have  never seen them, nor have the relatives  teen the children. Iu order that they  may not go'astray or fall into the Wrotijf  hands the relative sent to meet thctn  Wears some!hint; conspicuous like the tnj?  in that uiiin's hat. and (he visitor wears  a similarly distinguishing mark like the  satin   how   the  New York .Sun.  young  woman   wore. ���������-  Kvoliirlon   of  < Iio_ K re n oli_ Sn rcl Inc.  The visitor to tho 'coTfst"of"Maine" "is  often aninyeil a I the surprising versatility  of the lowly herring. In many of the  herring coast villages thousands of cases  of herrings arc '-hipped to various sectioun  of the counti.v disguised ns Prencli'sar-  dine--. Iiroiik trout and mackerel.  The hei-riiius. when unloaded from the  little sloanier which hriiurs them from  the weii-. mi' f-epni a i''d into three pile*.  jK-coidinu' In si/.". The e\elation of the  hen ing then begins. The largest size rapidly develop into mackerel, the medium  size are soon well on tlieir way to becoming brook trout, while the smallest in tho  course of a dny are ready to he s,rnlinto  Ihe unsuspecting world gorgeously labeled in black anil jmhl' "Fine Frpneh Sardines.''   ,  fcjiuiie blight diffeiem.0 In the preparation and the alluring labels are nil that  distinguish the m:\ekerel from the brook  front and the brook trout from the sardine.���������New Lippino'ott's.  .0  '   dr.'uteil According- (o Cnpiielt j-.  The iimouiii of ,;"er consumed by men  who work in breweries is little fchnrt of  nppalling. 100 glasses n dny being' not  cojuhlcreil iiii'i.umI    In eye uf thf brav  eries up town there is quite ft system I1;-'  dispensing drinks to the employees. Every man Is graded according to his capac-  -Tty, and tickets are issued to the men  vrhen they come to work in the morning.  Each ticket is good for a glass of beer.  Some men get 100. others 80, others (50  and so on down to fhe novices, .who are  only allowed 25 until their capacity is accurately judged.���������Philadelphia IJecord.  A Tledliot Flood.-  An example of mixed metaphor was  heard at a seamen's meeting at South  Shields' last week, nn enthusiastic speaker urging the crowd to "lake the tide by  the flood and^grasp it red hot."���������London  Chronicle.  It is astonishing how much more uncomfortable a pew is nfror two hours  than n theater seat.���������Somerville Journal.  Preferred  Pi-editors  are,the kind thai  don't cull too often.-^Kansas City Star.  MATRON AND,MAID. '  It is announced that Miss Maud Gmir.e,  the Irish agitator, will soon return to this  country to "work <and speak for the Boers.  .-Mrs. John Kiggs.'a Seventh Day Ad-,  rciitist of Hattle Creek, Mich., has lived  for nearly two years past on, a cake  known as Kzekitd bread and which is described as resembling hard tack.  Fashionable society in Washington expects that Mis'. McKinley, who is now in  unusually good health, will be able to  take a prominent part in social events at  the .White House during the winter.  Mi-3. David G. Croly (Jennie June);  known as'the mother of woman's clubdom, celebrated her seventieth birthday  In New York on Dec". 10. The Society of  the Daughters of 1S12 gave a luncheon in  her honor at Delmonico's. . '  . Miss Belle Henderson, daughter .of the  new speaker, of the house of representatives, will, be a very popular youngwom-  an in the official circles of Washingtou.  She is well known ,to the intimate circle  of her, parents' friends. , She has spent  much of her life in,Washington.  ��������� Perhaps Miss Beebe Bean, who got all  the way-<to Manila ou one.of our transports disguised in male attire, may attribute her success in.concealing her sea  to the fact that, owing.to an accident in  childhood, she had lost the power of  speech and was unable to do any talking.  The Countess of Warwick hasihdulged  in many projects of social reform, her  ' present chief est interest being the subject of'agriculture as,'a profession for  ���������women. She" has .edited the memoirs of,-,  Joseph Arch, the peasant reformer and  agitator, founder of the Agricultural Laborers' union.  Mrs. Emily Dow Young, who died re-  1 cently,' was one of, Brigham Young's widows. She was> an Ohio woman-and became one of the wivPB'of the "prophet"  in 18-14 at Nauvoo, Ills. One of,her  daughters is"the wife of-George I. Cannon, preseut head of the Mormon church.  Besides severnl children and grandchildren she left 43 great-grandchildren.  The ex-Empress Eugenie is in good  health, but.'greatly depressed by the  death of Mmc. Lehreton, her reader and  constant companion ever since her flight,  "from Paris. In referring to ber the other day the es-euipress said, "She was so  cheerful mid,,gay and used to make me  laugh, and now I cnu only remember her  as the, sweetest and most devoted of my  friends." ���������  Mrs. Hoy Devereaux. of- London, who  Is visiting' friends in Cincinnati, is the  author of "Side,Lights In South Africa."  She is a friend of Cecil Rhodes and con-,  siders him the most remarkable of living  Englishmen. As correspondent of the  London, Morning Post she bpent a'year in  the Transvaal nnd sayu Kruger ia regarded by the best of his countTjrtuen as ignorant and a funatic.  GLEANINGS/  .,. .     ~������������������~~~���������~-1  Glue mixed with skimmilk will resist  water after drying.  It is supposed'that the average depth  of sand in the deserts of Africa Is from  30 to 40 feet.  When the Boers form ft firing line, uo-  body. .is left to look after the horses,  which are trained to remain where,they  are as soon ns they feel the reins dropped  over tlieir necks.  A'nillk dealers' association iu Springfield, Mass., has decided to use coupon  milk tickets, believing that the continuous use or tickets' may be a means of  spreading contagious disease.  Funds are being collected In Delituurk  for the purpose of bringing to their native land the rernniriH of two famous  Dunes who were buried abroad���������Tycho  Brahe in Prague and the poet Jens Hag-  genseu In Kiel.  Some of tho Greek historians ascrib*  the invention of tho trumpet to the Tyrrhenians aud others to the Egyptians.  The trumpet was in use in the time of  Floiner. First torches and then shells of  lish were the signals in primitive wars.  Russia's c-/.nr has nn income-of ������1.000  per hour, the sultan ���������?-���������"��������� the emperor of,  .Vustiin ?C*00, the kaiser ?-lD0,\ tbe king  ef Italy ?UL-'.\ Queen Victoria the ?am?,  tbe French president $2o0, the king of  the Belgians $S3 and the president of th������  United States $7.50.  CURIOUS CULLINGS.  Fried wasp soup, is considered a great  delicacy in China. It is stated that it is  quite an acquired tante.  A sign of politeness in Tibet on meeting a person is l������ hold up tho clasped  baud arid stick out the tongue.  A soft nnd boneless tail, 2'4 fnches  long, cut from an ll-week-old child in El-  bing, was shown by Dr. Simon of that  town to the Berlin Anthropological society on Nov. 18. Professor Virchotr call-  fd !t "a splendid epeciaicn."  FOE   . _ -j_ _  ->    n~   S-    o-    -r>.    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We have always been noted for the  fine quality of our work>-that's why we  are  always busy.   ,   Cheap  and  inferior  '.'      , . . !     '' ' a        ''  printing1 costs the same as ��������� good printing',  therefore why not get the best. Our  prices are always reasonable. If in need  of fine printing, write or call on us at once,  j1 if-- T  ^*9 V  *&$*&,������  we are never too busy to attend to all orders.f!4  &9.JL  '4*i*&  enay  CVCiS  f^^^^^^^-i-^^^^^ ^M^#-^^H-l''^Hf'f^fHfl'fH'hl44;]^  P;-^K^K-^rK^^-^^>^K^r9t''hh9)^r9i-i^9i      '<������^te<*&^&^&^&^&^&-^.:4l^.:6-:!%&       c*-^.c4-^.**-^.*4-^^.^-^.^-^'.**t*-;^..������<-:^..>������-7?,^^^'  1r������rl'1rlr1t1:*TV*;f1r1r1r*rtr1r1-%.,lT*rf*;    ���������(-'    1-.    Ir    t-     t    t-    f    t.  ?    V    i-    li    ?���������'    f    V    ~ir     4"    V    ���������*-'    *    *     "���������*    *    J  s^sfi  ^wiiiiip'illiB!  ivay &  i -  Navigation Company  Limited"  DAILY TOURIST  CARS  To   ST.   PAUL,  1   tL  Wednesday and, Sunday  To TORONTO,  And  Every  Friday  Limited.  Operating Ka^lo &.Slocan li'ailway',  Iiituriiational Navigation & Trading,  Company.  , ' ,  Schedule of Time���������Pacific Standard Time-  Kfloclive Fob. Ihl.TJUO.     .  Kaslo & Slocan Railway  Pnssengor train for Sandon and way stution.s  leaves Kaslo at 8 a.m.; daily, lclurning, leaves  Sandon al 1.15 p.m., arriving ;it Kaslo '6.55 p.m.  I International Navigation and Trading  Company  Oporaliiigoii ICootisiuiy Lake ami Itiver.  S.S. iNTUitXATliiX.M. leuvu*i Kn-ilo for N'clhiui  iiLlin.'iii. daily csceiil Sunday; rotnrniii.tr. lciivus  NcNon at l.:M) ii.ni.. culling at. Palfour, I ilol,  Hav, AiiiNwnrtli, mil all way iioints; connects  with S. K. & N. trail) lo and.l'roiu .Spokano, at  (���������'ivcMilc Point.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mail Lines.  Ciioapest Route to the Old Count ty.  ALLAN LINE-From Portland     ,  X-iniidian - -      -   ��������� - ���������  -      Jk-li -JS  Parisian     -      -       -      - -      -      A pi. 7  LaurciiUiin    I      -      -       -      - '   - , ������������������   ll ,  Tunisian   -  Numidian  21  28  DOMINION LINE���������From Portiimd.  Dominion  Cambrom-ii)  Vancouver -  Fro in jMontrcal.  Aid 33,  "    17  Apl. 2*5  Lardo-Duncan Division  S    AMKi:   ALUKltTA.  BEAVER LINE-From St. John.'  Arr-wu      -      ���������    , -' jrdi 28  Lake Superior   ���������      ���������"    ���������      -      -      ���������    Apl i  Lake Ontario ��������� "It  Moiitro*.'* "16  Luke Huron  "���������   "   25  Pas������-ciigci> ticketed through to nil part*, of  Ureal Britain and Ireland, and at >peciull.v low  rate-, to all parts of the European cont'inciil.  Apply to ncai-t^t r.tilway or >lenm*iliip tigcnt otto  T.  W. BKADSHAW,  Agent.  Rcvelstckc.  1 S:S.  " Lardeau."  .Sli'aint'i' Alhertn leavoi Ka-slo for  Argeiitii at S:I!0 p.m. Wednesday-.  Lardo and  To  and  MONTREAL  BOSTON,  passing Revelstoke as follows :  Eastbound 4:45,  Westbound 21:34,  "IMPERIAL  LIMITED."  Pamphlet*; furnished five,  I  E. J. COYLE, T. W. BRADSHAW,  A. Q. P. A., Agent,  Vau&buY't!-, EJ.Ct Rivtlilukt.  SIciiniTi imII al   piiiH'ip.il  I nuliii:.'-.   in   liolli  1 ilii-c.'i lions, .mil .il oIIht points  \\licii  t ii'ii.illi'd.  i     'l'i.'l,<.|s .o|.| lo all  point ���������>  in   < '.-m.ol.l  ,i'i������l  llie  '  fi'iltil Stale ���������.  i    To ascertain   lalt-,   and   lull    inloi iimIioii,  i ���������Ul,ll'^: ItUI.KHT IRVING,  S tf  Manager, KaV-lo, B. C.  Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. L'd  ALASKA   ROUTE.  St cam ere for AV ranged, .hiiieau and Skagway  I P'iivo Victoria  1 Every Wednesday at 8 p. m.  , and Vancouver  1 Every Thursday at 2 p. n:.  Steamers for Northern   British  Colnmhi.i ports  lciiM* Victoria and Vancouver weekly.  Rates, etc.. on applicntion to  ,    (!. S. BAXTKB.  (ii'ii'-nil I'.i-si ngi'i- Agi'iiL  VicLuiiii, 15. C.  Kunnhig hi'twei-ii Ari-uuliinri and'riioin<"i,v  L-iniling coiiihk m.-iiiK .lime In. UJi"1, will .-i'.il i<-  follows (weather iicrniiltiiigl:  l.i',-iii! Arrowhead for Tlicm&oii's Una!ing  and ('iiiiiaplix at 7k. daily.  li..'iiM- Thomson's I.iniiliiii: .un] ('nniapli-c for  .AitihiIii.hI ill 1SU. dail\ . ,-imiih.i'I iu-r williatl  I'. I'. I.. I im nr  air!  I.iials.  'I'l ie i)\\ oi-r- I |.si-i-\ ���������,��������� Hi., i iglU |.j ��������� Ii.iii^i luii;.,  ot :-ii|l>llgs WltllOUt I1"tl<-' .  IIIL liil- IJ ROLJINf'JN LLMULKtU. LTI'.  F. ROBINSON.  Munaging Director.  BAUER & ASHCE8PT,  Dominion and Ppovineial  Land Surveyors,  MINING ENGINEERS,  Surveyor* of Mines, Mineral Claims and Crow n  Lllllllr-.  anVoi.veh,  n. <'. /  THE KOOTENAY JS1SIL  Photographic  Supplies  "   Wi; have'' jusL opened a large  it?  if  '.*  ������*;  If:  l(<-:   shipment, of  .*'   ,  I  if-  9.  $  'J.  if  iv'  a?  ^^.**^.**^.**^.^^  I  $  .1  a;  ������  to  4'  "     ' ' .V.  Chemicals, ������  ���������  - ������������������ $  plates, Minis ami everything re- {(:  .V/quir-cil for the'anniteui- photo- .7  f   graphs.-*     CJsill   .".nd    seo',. them, ^  Everything  new. and up to cla'te. j^  ' "��������� '" .7  Cf:  Cameras,  Kodaks,  7.  ft  .7.  $  7  7  9X  Canada Dpug&BdokljO i  <       Revelstoke Station.  i i '      ' n i i i  rW^������i'^.-������5''siP5"^r������i'-^r>i''������-<*?b'^r������5''^r^  if  9.  ��������� ������  7  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  AU member's' of the* Independent  Order of Foi esters in the. city are requested to-meet at the lodge room at  ti:30 on Sundiiy evening to attend  church.  THE-  Seattle will celebrate July 3rd and  llh, an elaborate programme having  been arranged. We. beg to acknowledge  with thanks the, receipt of an invitation from the excutivex-uuiinittee to  be prebeiit.  Corporation of the City of Rev-  .   elstoke.  By-Law No.  Badminton Hotel  VANCOUVER.  RATES   $2.50    PER   DAY.  . . ___  Wagons, -Delivery  Rig's,  . Buggies,  Etc.,  <*$)f$������<$)e^ f^i^<^e$5e^>f^e^) (^(^f^f^(^(^f^r^<^(^t^i(^f^)(^)^)^>^i(^>  at  tjfa  ^r tl  Just, received Oiiu Car-load of  Paint and Oil-  the largest,  shipmeiiL   -j  evei brought into the town of these goods.     Wo are  now in a position   rm  to supply everything in tin- paint. Hire.     White   Lead, Boiled  and Kaw    3L  Oil,   Turpentine,   Furniture  Varnish,   Hard Oil FinrVh, etc.    All colors   -s-  ground in oil, Japan, or dry.      Kalsmninc in a variety of- colors.      (Joal  Tar, Whiting, Planter and'('eiiie.ii'l, Kiiamel.s iu all shades. Just, received  U consignment uf Standi Tools?.  Ilk ' **.!  JAS. MGMAHON'S  '���������: o  Bktcksmilhing and Woodwork  done on short notice.  Carriages    Built   to    Order.  Your Pocket-book  niay be low hut, nobody iocs it, out  It' vour clollie*. arc xluiliby tliaL,  " settle* it, iiohudy wauls to know you.  Ladies or Onls I'liilui* Made Clothes  repaired and cleaned in good style.  Call or send po.-t card.  Samuel   Needham, Douglas St.  K-fabli.-liod '],'{'',vcars.  ,   , Sti-it-tly Union Jjiibor Shop.,  ."Our wide won."--One of the ttihni.ng  nine  or  ��������� I*. Johnson, of Glacier, is in  town'lc-,  dav.   .  , Li. V.  town.  Jvnowlton,   of 'Golden,   is   in  !33?n^s5sap2^iatraDqKlRB*3fll  ['        Highest Cash Pric^ ?.i\l iXr  ;).. 'P. Shaw-came  today.  in  from  Shuswap  JVI. Grady,  this' wee-lc'  )f.  JSilverlon. was'Hi town  Services as iHtial at St. Peter's church,  on Sunday. ,    u "  .$. S. Foley,  of Field,   w;ls  in   town  last evening. <  ���������   (A: \\\ Skene went clown to ' Uoiuaplix  .-this rnoi ning.    ,   ������  i  Booms to letv\villi or \vitliout, boaid.  Apply at tliisiolTice. o  All shipment?., iiro examined hy ine as  soon as thev arrive. Prompt, return's assured. Prices are loo high lo warrant  holding goods for any length, of time.  You should keep posted on the returns  you get from        " ���������      <  G. W  BALDWIN,"  ���������.'P. 0. Box Out Agent for J as. Ullnian  Winnipeg, Man.  MMlll^^.<^al^mumml^Mamlvmmla  rfe'S^fcteanJiness'. 4 -  is next to Godliness."  If  jMoongliht excursions  havu  oi'di-r during the past week.  been   in  Fiic Inspector Johnston, of the C  li., Vancouver, is in town  today.  J. P. Ivellev and K. McBean caine  from Carries Greek on Wednesday.  in  William Gill, of   Victoria,   inspector  of inland revenue, was in town   yester-  , da v.  Al. M. liuchanan. of Carries' Creek,  registered at"the' Victoria. Hotel Wed-  nesd.-iv. o ,  JNIis. F. Manning, .Mis. Lovering and  Miss Sawyer   were  down   to   Hahyon,1  vcstci dav.  A  Mili>ci-ibei-  iisk-.  'Whal   paper-  i^  Whitu'.a'w lieid  editor  of"? - The  Nen  ViirU Tribune.'  ��������� J. M. IJar-per, of Kaiuloops. came up  from the .-outh last, evenhig and remained over heir.  Rev. Coudwell wiil'deliv-r ,i m-i-iiiuu  to tin- I-'or-e-tei*- iit I lie, I're.-bvter ian  church Sundav evening.,  A  By-Law  to  Raise  One   Thousand  Dollars  to purchase  a Fire  Hall  ���������.-"and site therefor, and. to purchase  '.r/'two electric fire alarms and to de-  ,f;X fray the cost of certain  improve-  "���������c  ments to fire halls. /  \\rilIOltKAS a petition has been presented to  VV the Municipal (.'ouneil of the City of  Ituvclstoko signed by the owners of at least  iiiic-tcut.li of the value of the real property of  thc'City as shown hy the hi������,t,revised a*ise*<s-  nicnt roll, rwniesting the said Council to introduce a by-law to raise one thousand dollars to  purchase a lire hall and site, namely Lot 4 in  Block .'{. Townsite of Ucvelstokc, and lo purchase two electric tire alarms and to defray the  cost, of certain improvement*: to the lire halls of  the City:  AND WIT Kit HAS ft is expedient  to borrow  the said sunt of ?10(Xl.W for the purposes afore-  '"'aNI)   WHICIiKAS, the whole ani'oimi of the  rateable real property in Ihe said City according to tho last revised assessment roll is -Six  hundred and two thousand six hundred and'  niiH'lv-seven dollars,'  AND WJIKRBASit willbo requisite lo raise  annually by special rate siilHoicnL therefor the  sum of 'Seventy-swcn dollars and Korty-thrco .  cents  for  paying  the   said   debt and interest  thereon.  '" NOW TirEREFOl'K The Municipal Council  of the Corporation of the City of Itcvelstoke  enacts as follows;���������   "  "I:   Jt shall  be lawful for the Mayor of   the  Corporation of the City of ItoveMokc to borrow  upon the credit of the said  Corporation by way  ot debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any  '.person, persons, linn, body or, bodies corporate  who mav be willing to advance the same as a  loan, a sum   of  money, not  exceeding in  the  whole the sum of One Thousand Dollars and to ,j  cause all such suhim ������o raised or received, to be  paid into the hands of the Treasurer of the Corporation for tlie purposes and with the objects  hereinbefore recited.  '   t.   11 shall,, be lawful for th  said Corporation to cause any  ben lures I o he   made, executed  ,-iicli .sum Ooi' Mi His as may be required for the  purpose  and  object aforesaid, not  exceeding  however, the  sum' of One   Thousind Dollars,  each of the said debentures being of the flenoni-  inalionof  Five Hundred Dollars, and all such  debentures s-lnill bo sealed with- the seal of the  Corporation and signed by the Mayor thereof.  :i.   The said debentures shall bear the date of  ���������Mb '.liiiie. A. J). lilUil. and shall be made payable  iu twenlv-livi; years from tho said date in lawful nioneV of Canada at llie ofliue of (,hc Mol-  soim Hank in  IJovelsloke aforesaid, which said  place of payment shall be. designated  by said  debentures  nnd "diall   have  attached to them  i.-oupons for the p.-iyiiiont of interest and the  xitf'iaturo 10 the itiloi'ivt coupons may be either  writ lei), printed, "tamped or lithographed.'  ,1.   Tin'said debentures shall- bear iijtere-t at,  live  per  centum   per annum   from   the dale  thereof  which .iiWTCSl shall  be payable semiannually al, the oilleoof f!ie Molsons Hank in  Ncveintiike alore.-aid iu lawful money of Canada oil the Mlh day'of June and the ttiilh day of  Decernh^r respectively, in each aud every year  during  tlie'  eiirrency  thereof, and it  shall be  expressed in said debentures and coupons to be  so pavable.  o.   It, shall   he lawful for the Mayor of the  said Corporation  to negotiate and ,-ell the said  debenture.-, or any of them, for les.-. than par  but'iu no ca^e shall the said debentures or any.  of rheui. he negotiated or. sold  for less tnan  ninety:Hyo iiorceiiUiiii of the their face vali.c.-        q d    ff      ,, 5   d   ,;   ( j /e - f  including   the   cost-  ot   negotiating  ana sale, , .. .     ... . ..  ..       '  brokerage and all other necessary expenses.   -   ! cut firewood will he as tollows :  i     ii.   There shall be raised and levied in each  1 vonr  during the currency of   s,iid  debentures  1 the--um of   Fifty Dollars for the payment of  i interest and Twenty-seven Dollars aud   Korty-  ' three  Cent---  for   pa> menr,   of   the   .-aid debt  ��������� under  the -aid debentures  by  a  special  rate  , -Mitllciem   therefor on all the rateable real pro-  ,* pe.riy in (he -aid inunii-jpaliiy.  '.     7.    !t -hall' b<' lawful  for the .-aid Municipal  i.'.aiiiciliorc-purcha-eaiiy of Lhesaiddcbcnture- '.  up<ai -U'-h  ii'i-m-  a.-may be agreed upon \\ ttIi j  the legal holder orholdcr.- thereof, either at the ,  time 01 -������ilc or at any -ub-equent time or time.- j  and ail debenture-' .-o repurcha.-ed .-hall forth- '  j with be canceiled and destroyed, and no rci���������ai<������ I  i of" tii<- debenture- ^'.ial! bemade in conirequeiice  of -neb ri'inireli.t.-".  ' "   s.    J'ii:- li\-law .-liall  take eii'.-el on the IWUi  "da v of June. A. J ���������, I'.i ������t  I     Head a Ilr-l Ifiue .him; I.-l. l!������><'.  '   ' Head a -ei-ond time June I-t. 1!) *).  Itead a third lime and pn-rcd June f-t. I!i.������,i,  ileeci \ ed the ji-���������ent of the elector-- J uiio  lO'.m.  Hc(.ou-idvrcd and fiiiriily jias-cd and adopted  I by tlie C'liuicii Jnni'       l'.^11!.  Ciiv Clerk. Mayor.  ''j'',,��������� !\ I'! NoTICK thai the .ihoie i-a I ir0r".;ri|i>  j        i>f    llie    prnpM-erl     Iij-Jaw     llpOll   utllelltlie  Mitr'.f the Miuiii-ip-ditj will \,r, taken at Tapping'- I hi'T.-i 1'mi-..". ;Second Si reel. Itevel-tokc.  I',. (.'.. mi .M'iii(!.i\ the Isih day of June A. ]>..  Win. between the "hour or' ,S o'clock in Lln-furo-  nnriii and i n'ejoek 111 Ihe afternoon.  vou , want  vour  work done  in  ccononncal    \yay  '.card to    ' ' "  scavenger  1 clean and  send' a  FRANK SAUNDERS,,     .  Revelstoke Station.  The Fred Robinson.  Lumber Co. Limited.  ���������gH-JS-jgWHCtgll  I  $1. per eorcl, at Mill  $2       "    ' delivered.  ���������     '      Prices Cut forr*Cash.  t * '  Fred Robinson,Managing Director  Get that Water Pipe.Fixed.  He'll do \i for you,  The fiiiiil (-mini   of   !).ill<it^  ^;i\e  i\[r.  .Milf.ic 'I'i   111:1 joi it vein   Iievel-trikc  in-  .-t(';ul of IT) a-- w.-i- lirs-t nnijoiinccil.  'I'llr*    f'evel-tnkf    t(mi    cli.li   h.iv  n-  cfivi'il   an    iiiviiiiLio.i    In    .ittcnd  tlw  i>poi !*-nl Nc|-,i������n on  1), iiniiii'm  Il.iy.  .lllil" I-I  , C'ifAIM.KS  11' >''. ���������  Klt.SKI.VK  ;tr.v\\'.  C;t\ Clerk.  Now. and Then  Tin* pr ov iiu i.il cM-lieipii'i' li.i--, 11"<-11  inn i'.is. mI to l he r.\l ,'ii l ci I'.i di-pi i-i t - of  S'J'i l r.u li wit li   ,1    pioli.iliilily 'of   two  IMOIf.  li. ���������M.-u pule, gi'iii'inl siipi-rinii'ii'lciil  of tin- ('. ]'. li., spcikiiii,' lo ,1 World,  i-cpi-e.-'ciiUitivf this nioriiin^ in icfcr-  i'ijfi- to tin- touii-t tr.ivel !Iii'' -uiniiii'i-, 1  .-,iid Iw ii'oki-d for ;i I-u ge im re,i-c uvi r  lli.it of i,i>L A e.ir, Hu .-.ml t lie i-iuiip.iny  li.ui iulveitini'd niore rxteii&ivi'ly 111.111  11.-u.1l, nnd from wh.it lie Icriiiiecl fiom  llie- c;i--t, fir-itisli (."nlimiliin would he  inviidcd hy <i ^i-(*;iL imniy visitors this  ������ij.-i-:oii. Dur-irijj lli<* p;Hl '.'cw u'miks  I i-.-ivol .h.-is heen r'.-illn-r li^hl, lint, this  Mr-. i\f;n-pol(* :itc-oimt.ed for hy 'thp unfavorable. vlvuLl):'r."'V"uiicou'vej World.  T!. -I >- ( 01 ii'1- ,1  I inn* no v.- ;l|ifl I Sifll  \\ In-li "M'l >'   -_T ���������' r 111 ���������'. I j . 11 ���������    f' <-i-   t In; !l"d   of   .-til"'"  "X( cp! lonnily .-lyli-ii ;nid w ,-!J-piit-ti-urct lin- -nil ol < Id Iu-.    The una-ion  ,1    i\ edd i!ii������. -t   i-i'i'.-plion.   ;i   jiiMiley    or   -.nif   o! !l"l- inipiiri ,1 n  TIi.ji   i.-,   'he   time   fo .ivo'i-l   ,1   (ti.im-e   li:.     Tlid  i-  the linn  ot Ii.m -. In u;i\ c t hi- order t" im*. 1  1.  11 i-i \-  I un; I imi.  ,1 llO\ (\,lll  R.S.WILSON,. The Tailor.  THE   MOLSONS   BANK,  fin-oi-p<init.rd  hy ,-o.L of J'.n li inr������'ut l>*.j."<.  HJlAJJ 0J;J;IC!-:( ' - '��������� MONTREAL  \V"M. -Aff/Lrfo.v -ALv'crmcRHfix, Pre-.        M. II. Ksvi.Wj,- Vit.'0-I'rr's.  Jamks Ki.i.io'i', Gcriurfd .Miin/n'i'i-  <^y  t|**  , LAWRENCE.  t|j  Hardware, Paints, Oils/Glass, agent for Hamiltpn Powder Co  ^^;^^^;^^*^-'^^-.^:;S^^i'^^^i^^-^-:^i^;^:^^^;^:^:^^:^^^;^/)/5'  ,-lil    Wool,, till.'    IH'Wl'Sl   :  and   lif'liL-'irt'cv,- dai k  ;oo(ls for- Ladies  uid  Mtflit, fawn.  Choice ^oods.  i' 1  H&'Ladies Oostnmes"*^^^^>  t '        ,       jjtl-iiiL'li    Honu^pun  ' ('o.-lniiics   in   (lark  ,  - , 'Call and sou tlium:       ,  New Muslins^ss^^*        '���������,'','  Xi'W yjMitlcd.iiiii.-Iin for.lridiossuiiinit'i'dri'SbCH  Ladies Summer Vesfcs^ss^^-  ,".Wt;   have   a   vcrv   nit-u ��������� lino   of   Liu';-e jiisLr'arrivocl  15c. to, 5.0c. ..*,'"  ,)K Ijadies'.-lIosiery>:=z*2^^' '      ',       , /y ���������.  ^A^   ���������  "    ;   ,.     New hulii'.s i-oltiMr^uisi', I'asL lil.-icl<,Vpi-it-(.*i..15c  lo 35c/  ', ���������   /CALL AND'SEE  THESE GOODS.,    .   ,,  "^^Si*^?^?^?^' ^^^i.' ^i,*-,^-^,=5-,* r=5i.',=5i' ,^*'^S>' T^.'^' ^-������',;^-.' ^.���������^^'^  f''  Y  rice  FISH I  FISH I  ���������Fresh Cod, -Malibui,  Salmon,  Etc.,-Smoked  ,  ' ,r Fish. & Kippers a Specially.  "Family .Grocers, and .Produce,Merchants.  Second 'Street,  ���������*.*iijm 'Li ���������'���������wxz.'zvm -  carefOl ATTENT ON.  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  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Vancouver, - - British Columbia,  I >i-.uh-,.i<;-' .-������!..DinvMin Cily, At lin aiul Ueum/Ll.  11 ir-i-TriH   1- in - ������������������     ��������� i" nn 1 1 inni   i' 1 n 111 ip������ii ihimi iwp'U 1 pimm "i. .mini 11 in imi,  1 j ii_iiinn.     1 j  w j. ,'.   *m,.t_^iq*F*B-  PAW) L'P CAPITAL  R1{SI������:RVK  general bfiiilcins-biiMiricH*) ti-.'insitcto 1.  I B, MOLSOIf, Managef,  $2,170,000  1, S 5 0,00c  liif.crcsl, nllowcii 011 ���������<l������|ioxil.K al, citi-ront nil.t's-.  EYEtST  ,B..C,  THE B; (J. ASSAY AMD - CHEMICAL SUPPLY 00. (LIMITED).  (L;it(i'I\l,-iC-Fiii:l.-ui(j & Co.)  ..VANCOUVER,    B,  C. ������  We nvo jMatiur.'ir-liiri'i'S- and cliri'cL linport.i-'r-s, and carry a lar^p stock of  Halancc^, Kiu-tiaccf-,-Fire Clay goods, Scii'tHih'c and Praclica. Books, Glasswar-p,  PlaliniirriKoods.Acids.Ohf'rrricalsand all oLlici-Assayci-'santl Miner's requireni������nts  Sole Agents,for Slorgan Crucible Com pant, Bat tcrsL'a, Becker .Sons' Bal-  .nricps.'ptc. 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