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Array tlUrit,   Vk������flr4f     t **   ������S ljr ,,)f  READ BY      ;  5,500    ^  ei n ^^  J*  READ BY  5,500  -V  <''  ''"'- HIM VI. 1904     -4 }  Vol. 11.���������No. 11.,  REVELSTOKE; B C.,.,TUNE 11, 1904.  u  '/C  Tnpi A.,*  #>  O*  $2.00 Per Year.  \i  NOW is tlic'ihnb to-proemc those gooels<> needed for tlio'upprolicliing,  wiirni weather.,,  Our stool; )���������> now complete unci wo nio showing  ,t.lio fiiii'stYiingo oMiiiilii'f. Dress Cionel-?, W'usli .Muslins,'1 IlloiihOS^'Pitiloi'-  niuclo Costumes, Hoots iiiitl Slioo>, unel llenls' Furnishings, to tie liuel  /   , <        *   in' tlie city. ,'    '     ' ���������     ���������',  In Dress Goods  ,/Ccin.v"is   Cloths,  Flakes,  Voillcs,.. Sicilians, Grcnedincs, t  I. Vicuna* Cloths, arc among the' newest weaves   we  are  showing. "' Ranging in prices from 50c. per yard tip;  *In Wash Goods,  '   Our \ stock wa's .never .so   complete 'in   Flaked.   Linen,.  ���������Voilles,' White .and "Colored Vcstings,  Zephyrs,  Fancy".  ,. (i StripCiMuslin'. .Chambrays; and Crivnims Prints. ', *  , ,   . -/,   Prices from ioc.upcr'yard up. ' ;  ������������������' -Ei ''���������..' ,   '  '-   Oiir Specialty^ in Ready-Make "Clothing. ', , ^  In'Ladies  Goods our 'Stock is varied mid, complete  in" Tailonnade  , L      '   '-   Costumes, Skirts, Blouses, CottonlUnilerwcar; etc.l ' ,  In Men's Furnishings  *, We arc second to none in tip-to-datc styles and'values  ,in    Suits^    Pants.    Shirts,' Natural. Wool    and "Silked  Balbrigga'riiUnderwca'r. ' '.Hats aiid Cabs.' '��������� <.  .   ','  ''   .'   Prices within-reach of all.    . \       (  * Dues-making Department iii>oqiinoelioii wifcli stoic' in eliiugo of  >    ���������  ���������     ������������������ y   '' . , - Mi=������ Wilson.    .      ,.       , V    '  WS GEORGE  -   '       T-VV-LOR  BLOCK. AtClCEXZIH'AVB..-RI3VKLSTOICI3..  ,'      "       '   ��������� V       -'   ��������� " -     *���������'      -  -      ���������      '    '  '  1  LATEST   " -  TELEGRAMS.  ',' '     ~ - y  , -   ISpucl.il lei Ilia Men..)  ��������� ', Successful Strike.'  Montreal, June,. 11.���������Tho stone  cutlers strike is at 'an end., The  strikers secured ;all������lho concessions  asked.  THE WAR.  Terrible Storm on Prairie.  Brandon, .hino 11.���������The' wor.it  storm in the history of the district  occurred yesterday, several houses  being blown down..  Railway/Commission Coming.  Ottawa, Juno 11.���������The'railway  commission, goes to the Pacific  early in July to hear a number of  cases from coast cities. ' ,, ,  Mail  Order  Uept.  C. B. Hume & Co.  ,   l        LIMITED.  DEPARTMENT e STORE  *��������� Write  For  Samples  Here are'some seasonable goods, new and*, fresh.  You will need some of them.    Read the  advertisement carefully. *  Black Hose  ���������JorBoys' and  Girls' Wear  HI.ACK C\T   IIRSND  CHICAGO ROCKFORD  HOSIERY COMPANY  Krs-osii'.. Wis  The good wearing  good washing  kind, made with  thrcc-iily knees, ���������  toes, unci hecU.  Wc have them in  nil si/.cs, try them  Ladies     .   ,   -  Mohair Skirts  .lu~t   the   thing   for   dusty  weather, will shciLthe elu-t,  1   .ind is light and cool.  .  ,'$2.75.   .  A splendid line of  ' Ladies', Misses'  &   Children's  White Muslin  Underwear,  Gown's, Drawers,  Corset Covers,  Chimese, Underskirts.  Wash Goods  Sou lino of Mucins. Cliain-  brays. Ginghams, Vestings  rii|iiea.  Ducks. Sateen, etc.  A New Line of Wash Collars  KegularoOc. Selling now Uoe.  New Governor-General;  . liondon, June '10.'���������It i= announced Earl Grey, Lord Lieut.-of  Northumberland, has 'been ap-  pointod lo.succeed Lord Minto-as  governor-goneral'of 'Canada.  " * Cheated the Gallows.-'  ' 1   ,  -, St'. Scholastique, June M.���������Bellinger, who' was lo be hanged yesterday for, murder of his brother-  in-law, died from, heart disease before Radcliffe pressed the lover.  Dowie'ln London.    .  London,'June 10.���������'A'. Dowie's  agents are finding' much difficulty  in securing 'him hotel accommodation in" London. - He -is "expected"  to arrive tomorrow." Hotel-keepers  give as an excuse fo.r "declining to  receive'him tho fact that he used  ins-tilting- language towards King  Edward.-      '.    /  LIMITED.  1 tffiMBTffieriTaTSqtHK'l  ._ J,A..Female Charmer.(. ���������..^  ',,'?Cew York," J nno 10.���������Mrs: Jla'nna  Elias,'who was arrested "on"a charge,  of extorting*money from Jjolin R.  Piatt, the aged.millionaire^ was discharged lodav. Mr. Piatt's evi-  dence was insuflicient on which to  hold the woman. The' sum in  question is placed at .1<6S5,000.  Dundonald-FisH'er Trouble.  Ottawa, June 11.���������Attention of  Parliament was' yesterday monopolized by a discussion on the Dun-  dona ld-Fisher trouble. Dundonald  insists Hon. Fi=her interfered with  the whole organization of the corps.  The' latter-admitted the charge, but  did so on the ground it was necessary to prevent all ofheers being  made" from the conservative ranks.  All the opposition members1 supported Dundonald.   ,   -  The Lake Strike.  Cleveland, June 10.���������Secretary  Penje, of the Lake Seamen'*- Union,  issued a statement today that the  union would not join in *a ^sj-m-  pathetic strike on tlie great lakes.  'Best Soda,    <  in Totvn"      '  Ask anybody, man. woman or  child, who hat the hi'.-t. -twin in  low 11. They will tell yem Bows'.  \ A.-k anybody wlin-e.ioo cream i=  C be^t. Y.iu will get the s-.iine,  \ ans-wer. Luck fur the mn-st  \ cr.iwded i.umtiiin in the- city  Sand von will Iinel  that the sign  <^ nbnve the door i.~  ^WALTER  BEWS, Phm. B.  ������ Drug-g-ist and Stationer,  J ThLKi-iios-E 4S. Next Hume's  C Mail orders promptly lillc.l.  f Prescription- Di'-pcuse.l.  Reported ; Capture   of ��������� Kuroki  -Untrue���������Japanese Arms Victorious���������Kuropatkin   Moves  .Forward.     \,   ' '. '  rndianapolis, Jnd., June 9.���������A  special' cable from Chefoo,' dated  Juno 9th, says: "The long contemplated attack by the 'Jnpanose  on-Port Arthur'began early th'is  morning." Tho , Russian forces  around the boloagured city wore reinforced ,1JV the troop's' which had  garrisoned J)alny and Kfinchou.  Tho Russian vessels in' tho harbor  'with their' groat guns, aided the  hind forces in repelling the" attack.  The fighting'still goes'911." " .  .- Montreal.vJimc'^ 10.���������Liao Vang  savs  the  Italian -force ,at  Saihi-  "   - - ^ j    y (iff * .  atszo, under command "of General  ���������Erhol'f, who engaged   the'Japanese,  advance on^Junc 7, "were.* compel--  'led to  retire *after 'having pushed  the''Japanese-'from-vtheir positions  owing to the overwhelming strength'  of the  Latter    The  Russians  lost  three officers , and  about, 100. men-  killed  or'wounded.'.Russian   6b-  ���������^servers 'think, tlie   Japanese1 lost  -more.    Japanese are  reported  as  ���������attempting a debarkation^ north of  ���������Sen -Yuchcn from  ton   trans];orts  protected by two warships, t    -  ,'  -. Fusan  says  the   first Japanese'  army has'recently been engaged in  most, important   operations.   ^For  ���������two days;past four columns have  been  reconnoilerfng  the  roads towards   Liao   'Yang,   ,"H"ai'���������Cheng,  Saimatsza, and   Sin Ten and have  occupied towns on these Vbads, dislodging  the; Russians- numbering  several   hundred, from . each  after  'sharp "Jighting.    Japanese- casual-  ���������ties 65 killed or, wounded.  *xir-i'l'.e Japan'enO legation .at   Washington received ah official despatch  that'Clencral Kuroki  has   reported  ,a detachment   Japanese   occupied  Siam   Chili,  Juno  7.    Casualties :  three killed,--2'l    wounded.'1    Rus-  ���������sians   arc   said   to   have   lost 23  killed, besides'* losing   two  oflicers  and men asoprisoners.  'June S.���������Siuren was occupied  and tho Russians driven out with  loss of three killed1 .and 2S men  slightly wounded.  , The Novoc Vrcmya, St. Petersburg, scouts the idea fostered by a  section of the British ^press, that'  the fall of Port Arthur will end the  war. ,  Rome, June 10.���������The Russian  casualties in the righting at Sia-  mantbo wore several hundred  killed and" wounded. General  Kuroki continues to advance on  Liao'Yang.     "        ^ '  St. Petersburg, June 10.���������The  Japanese have taken Sin Yen,  driving out the Russians. The  enemy appears to be advancing on  Hai Cheng.  'St. Petersburg, June 10.���������A despatch from Mukden says General  Kuropatkin has commenced a forward movement. "- >  r%  Flower Seeds, Vegetable Seeds, Grass Seed  Onion Sets.   All the best,varieties.    '���������  Hoes, Rakes; Spades, Forks.-Sprinklers,"  ' Lawn Mowers, Scythes,,etc/    , ,',.  McOlary's Famous Stoves, and Cooking  m   'v,    ,      . Utensils, Stove Repairs.   ���������  Rope, Nuila. Oliiiin Jron, Steel, Cutlery, Kiflen, A.niiiiunition,,  ,    Fif-hing Tackle, Win'dow Oln-sV, Piti'nto, OiK, etcr       .��������� '  : boueIEbrqs;;;;  Groceries, .-'Harness," etc.  ^<><>o-b-bra<>-CH>,<><>o^-a^^  1 /  .(..."*v"l  Sli-ASQXA IILIS 000l)K ;AV  PRICES BELOW.'WirOLESAI.R COST..  '"'a"  n    ' ,    'iili-KEDUCED.     '  STOCKfMUST  - Colored Muslins and Organdies,  Regular 5oc.r-and 40c, Sale price-20c. per'yard.  Reo-ular  8c. per yard.  Regular  Regular- 20c.  FATAL ACCIDENT.  J. Genelle Drowned At Nakusp.  Gloom was spread over Nakusp  by the discovery that .1. Gcnelle'of  tho Yule-Columbia Lumber Co.  had been drowned during Monday  night at the company's camp twelve  miles down the lake. Deceased  was in charge of tho company's  steamer, the Yale, and slept in the  pilot house. He must have got. up  during the night and fallen overboard for the body was found in  two feet of water on some logs. He  had evidently became stunned 'in  his fall and was drowned in consequence.  Deceased was 38 years of age,  and leaves an aged mother, widow  and four children, four sisters and  four brothers to mourn his loss.  Dr. Cross, district coroner, held  an inquest at which a verdict of  accidental death was returned.  20c. and .1 5c.  "Mercerized Dress Sateens ,        .  f - ',  ���������     ���������      '*���������  :5c." Sale price 26c.,'"    ,     ' ���������" '        "  ,' ''  i.dC. - _ "  '    "^  , All Wool Cashmere, '30c,'per yard.?-'"'*, "V , "".," ���������  Print in'S.tripe-and Checks, at 5c.'p'er]yard.     '' ...    ...  Men's   Underwear,   Regular $r.5~o' Balbriggaii,' Sale  . ,    , price $1.00.       Boys! Balbriggan tUnderwear 90c. ,  per suit.,    '* ' .y  Men's Top Shirts, Fancy Silk Stripe Top  Shirt with ..  Collar, .75c.-.   Bldcl-c and White Stripe Shirr, good  everyday shirt, y^c.   , Rcquc'I'$1,25 WhitcShirt,  Sale price, $1.00. * *  Boys' Knicker Pants, sizes. 22 to 32, at 45c.  per pair,  Boys' Wash Suits,* all sizes and prices.  Men's   Flannel   Hot-Weather  Suits from   $8.60  per  9       *     suit up.      Men's Odd Pants.'     Boots and Shoes.     9  %     *        ���������    STOCK NEVER BETTER..       /    ; %  To Day  Our Big- Clean Sweep  Of Clothing-,  Furnishings and Shoes  Begins.  Get in with lhe crowd and get your  share of the bargains. W'aich out  for our handbills and study the prices  we quote. They speak for tlie;m-  selves. THE''KOOTENAI MAIL  TllJOiuo .1 'JSJNAY MAIL.  THE NICKEL PLATE MINE.  / . * "**    '  ���������     ; ;  '.     ','  A Big Similkameen Property.  . The Nickel Plate Mine promises to become one of the big mines of.the  'American continent. It is owned by leading American mine operators,  having been taken up by the late Marcus Daly', and his estate is still largely  interested 'in it, along with other representatives of the Standard Oil and  Amalgamated Copper interests., The' faith the owners have in tlie property  is shown by, the fact they havclilreiicly expended $2,000,000 on it. One of  tho most complete reduction.plants'in tlie province is installed. The mine  ;b located on Nickel Plate Mountain behind Jlcdley city. This mountain is  remarkable  for  the., proinincnco with   which it stands out in tho mountain  VJJ5W SirO-WlNli.ruLY REUUCTJO.V CO-ft ill LI, AND AERIAL TRAMWAY TO MINK   L  -   chain   iind'mnybo  scon  scores 'of  miles away..   Jts  snow-c"pped peak is  visible from   Penticton   through  the. Shingle  cieek valley, along which lias  been'built'the road into Similkameen known as the Nickel Plate road.  '   Owii-'g-  to  the  distance   fro.n   tiansportation    tho* property  has   been  , developed'and equipped under great difliculties.     The nearest transportation  .point is Penticton, and thence o\er bad roads  everything'had   to  be   hauled  'by waggon. * The' st.ue 'of  the  roads   was .such this spring that the fieight  '   contractors   made  only  eight  miles  a, day.      Under  such   conditions   the  development and equipment of the niino has been much delayed,   but "it will  goon be ready foi opeiation.., ' * '  A huge amount of development work has   been  done  and   a cable trum-  ,, way about foui miles in length built   up the mountain side  to   transport'the  '-ft-..tw *      ��������� .,i ^  ore. <���������, ? p  The values' occur in   arsenical   iron..* which shows free gold, and it is to  extract these free gold values that the stamp mill has been built.     This   mill  THE WAR.  < i     ' i  Russian Forces Defeated With  Heavy Loss���������Japs General  Captured���������Russian and Japanese Gunboats Sunk.  ,  i  /London, June G.���������The Daily Telegraph's Tien 'Tsin, correspondent  wires : '.'Four thousand Russians belonging V to General Stakelb'urg's  biigacic,'on.May 31, attacked fifteen  hundred , Japanese occupying' a  position five miles south of Wan Fang  Tien.      , .      '    ,      ,,  "The ltusBians were lepulsed, losing  200 killed"'and <100 wounded. The  Jupancbc lost more than 100 killed."  ,  "Tokio, June ,G.���������The Russian gunboat Giliak was torpedoed and do  troyed at Port Arthur on Saturday. t  Paris, June C���������There is,it riliiiorxjn  circulation here'that General   Kuroki  hns'beeii captured by the Russians.  ,  c:i:.s-i:KhAi. stoi:'ssi:i.'s lmraiiT. -  ��������� St. Potcrsbuig,June5.���������Lieutenaiit-  Gonenil Zelinsky, chief t of stntl',  through General -Jviiropatkin, 'truns-  'inits to the minister of'1 war under  elate 'Seoul,. June 5 : "A skirmish  took nl.icc between 20 Cossacks5 and  anuunknown force of Jap scouts at a  point 12 mile's north of'Ge'n San? on  the morning of the 3rd. The' Cos>  sacks were evidently ambushed by the  Japanese, who were concealed- in the  bush oui.,the hillside. , Russians  eventually retreated towards, Hum  lleiuig, leaving six dead 'upon the  field. The Japanese' casualties are  unknown."-    - .   *        *._ .     '  ; Chefoo June* 7.���������Aii impression  prevails here that a naval battle took  place last night in 'the Gulf of Pechili.  Passengeis on steamers passing the  Lino Tieshan piomontory at the time  did not hear any firing, while, reports  come fio'n Tong Chow, ol heavy firing  being heaul there from 11 o'clock'l.ist  night until i o'clock this morning, j '  Vessels from the Miao.Tai 'islands  confirm this 'repbit n'nd so-,do the  lcsideiVto'of hills i:it, tlie vicinity of  this city who heard the firing and saw  Hashes out at sea during the night.  The fact that Dhc Russians weic  endeavoring qn",'.Tunc i to clear'the  io.idste.nls off Poiti'A'ithur of  mines  NICKEL PLVTE MILL. HEDLEY. B   C-  willconsisLof-10 stamps. The plant is divided into three compartments-,  the amalgamating, the cyankling and concentrating rr.oai.-. each operated  independently ot the other. Tlie power'used is the cheapest, water, taken  from Twentv-Mile Canvon. This i= conveyed by a flume three mile-t'long.  /The flume has a capacity of TOGO inches. The o*,er������iow from this powers-  utilised to engender electricity, and the electricity. 1.p=ide- hem'A u-ed icir  lighting the null is held as a reserve power that may be iie'-d to run the mill  in case of necessity.   ,  The mine is under the manacemtnt or M. K. Rodgera, who i- a ncpiicw  of Mr. Rogers, the managing director of the Amalgamated Copper  Syndicate.  The property is operated under two com pan ie?, the Vale Minintt.o,  who own the mine, and the Daly Reduction Company who me establishing  the reduction work? mid intend budding a smelter.  indicate*? an intention upon their part  i to give battle outside the harbor upon  , the iir=t favorable opportunity. *i  ,     A Japanese  correspondent    ictiiin-  'lng from Talien Wan  says   there is a  [ier=i=tent rumor there that the Jap-  ��������� ane-e battleship Vashima struck a  imiiiu ..tV  that, pore  recently and was  sunk.     Cbinfioe  arrivals from Talien  U'.ui arc- unable to confirm the  story.  Liao    Vang,   June   0.���������lb   is - per  sistently 'reported the Port Arthur  .squadron made u sortie shortly before  diiivn Saturday, the .torpedo boat  destroyers lending, and found the Japanese quite unsuspecting the piesence  of hostile warships.' The result was  that, four of'the Japanese ships were  sunk during the attack.  Chefoo, June (5.���������Tli'e Russian con-'  'snl hero, has received i news that a  huge Japanese vessel has been,sunk  by a mine olV Talien Wan. The news  h.is not been" confirmed." It is believed the vessel was a merchantman.  Tokyo, 'June .7.���������The ' destroyer  flotilla' engaged in watching Port  Arthur from tho eastward reports that  at 7.'10,p. m. on June ,-l a Russian"  gunboat of the Giliak type was' seen  to explode and sink near Chen ttioshun'.  The vessel, with another ,gunboat, a  destroyer and, other btcamcrs,, was  evidently engaged in clearing the  vicinity of the iiiine������. ��������� -.-.-.-  When tho explosion 'occurred the  others hurried back into Port Arthur.  ,Vico-A'dniiral Tog i. ^xpiossoi the  opinion that the explosion- was canned  by a Japanese torpedo. The name of  the gunboat elestioyer is unknown,  but she'had been 'seen befoieupon  several occasions by the Japanese,  acting us guarclbhip at' tho mouth of'  tlio hnrbcir.       ' '    'r   ' ,   .  omens or yal'-: mfntnii co and dai.y hi im ction co, rrr.i>Li-;\, i\ c,  DR.fl.W. CHASE'S AC  ������ CATARRH CURE... fiWl'.  Is sent direct'to tlio "diseased *  rt - - p.irts by elie Improved Blower.  'Jibr^Cy -llcls Ilie ulccis, clem thu air  1   (..isbages, slops droppings In tlio  tliio.it and   pcemanantly cures  Cit.irrh and H.iy Fever. Blower  free. All dealers, or Dr. A. W: Chase  Medicine Co ./Toronto and Buffalo.  Jas. t. Woodrow,  BUTCHER., ,/'  Retail Der-ler \n-*^maanBZ22&>-  '   ' i    BEEP,   PORK,'  MUTTON, Etc.  )'-','  '    Fish and.Game in Season.  -   , All oi-elcrs promptly filled.  REVELSTOKE, B.- C:; Mf-,1^'  WOOD,  ���������Having taken over the wood  business of -W. -Fleming- I am  .prepared-to fill orders 6for. Mill  Wood" at" $ 2.56' ;p e*r , load:  O'r'de'rs left at W. M. Lawrence,  Hardware Store,,will receive  prompt attention.  Terms strictly C. O, D.  SWAN CARLSON.  rai������������  Standard io.ne<ly lor Gleet,  Gonorrhoea and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles.  WIDY  /������S5S������t    BIINING  NOW IN ITS 39(h YEAR  The leading ruining periodical of the  world, uith tiic bUoiisjdt editori.il st.ifT of  ;iny tcchnu :il puliliuition.  Subicription   $5.00    .i   ye lr   (i'iilIihIiii^  U. S., C.tn.idi.in, Me\iL.m povt*������ge )  Sample copy free. Send for Hook. Cat.ilogne  The Engineering and Mining Journai  Z6I Broadway, New York  vff Price Responsibility "  ���������I  1'Kc price branded.  ".;'* '     '     r''' 'y  on the sole of the ,'  Goodyear Welted ,  - ,    ��������� ��������� ..   . ������������������' ���������  " Slater Shoe/' by its makers, ,    '  v.'-,' Q       / ' '     '  1 * I"  1 t '       -t  is* ;their '(not . the' dealer's)  valuation/ and   they ;kno'w ,  .  the - wear value put; into the   ;  y]  ���������.    **  '  '$'4,00, - -cz  'xrr ���������'   -l $3.50 '    '  r    v   For.Men g;^ ���������   -For Women; J5#00  >     ^  ���������i    * t ? r l l l  ,v~  -     ���������     -----       -,     , ���������. ��������� y- ���������y-/  V' ! **        ��������� *������ \  ��������� < ��������� ^  i   mi i mi���������ljm^i^mi������������������ r m   iiiiiiiiB���������i���������iii^w^^i��������� ���������mw^���������im������������������iiwiiiiit���������rr^"  OB. HUME&G&, Ltd.  , -     REVELSTOKE,       -    ( - ....   B.  O.   (  ^   I  Patients will'hear of something,  to their advantage, by writing  to the Diabetic /Institute, St.  ln ��������� Dunstan's Hill, London, E.C7  M     ' A  , <���������       , "   THE RICHEST IN CREAM V    ,'  ,     .lid million tins solel in Grcut Uritniii in 11)03.  Full size 1-1 b. tin.s 20c. ouch'.     r .,'       l  TThe Leeming Miles Co., Limited., tSSSfta! -     |  T.L. CIGARS  The hit thut crowned Mike Cu&cy's, niimo  That scored the run that snved tlic^.une  Hunk-: far beneuih this HIT of fame  ' The hit of thu Famous T. L. CiciAit  As good as a homer  With three men on^bases  "WIIRE  DOMINION WIRE ROPE CO., Ltd., Montreal.  Manufacturers   of   Lang's  Underground   Haulage   and   Colliery  Wire Rope.       Hoisting,   Mining   and   Galvanized   Wire- Rope.  Representatives, Cunliffe & McMillan,   '   -  Stock carried in Rossland.  Rossland, B. CI  WHEN YOU GO INTO A STORE TO  BUY GOODS  Uo rn.it.eor In t*.(. hue, IIU with * dwlro to nob tlie mo������t ������nd beat for tho loMt mon������y.   U It tw sobd������ for w*U-tInUnif ������nd decorating, Ids  CHURCH'S    COLD    WATER  th.l I. ������������nt~J. l������w������- It c-rlninlr Jo^������ xl������ th������ but return, for tho money expended, and powwae. ra������uy Buperior odruntagc. orer paint, kahamUlo ot  ALAB/\8TINE b.autlflas.n.1 purlfl.Sthew.il     Anyone can do plaln-tintlne    Any dejr������ of decorat.nK can be done with it.  ALA3A8TINE I. p"rman.nt.    When applied to any Hrm fo.mdat.on, It can bo related at a leu coat than to .crape off Wall.p.per or kal.om.ne,  w'tird������������7,!r.rUMlUlALABA8TIME.   In paok.,.. only-n.T.r sold In bnlk.   Send y=.ur addrew and get full particular, by return mail.   Addrea.  The ALABASTINE CO., Limited, PARIS, OMT. p:  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  J.   SAM SON  ^Painter, PapapBangep, Signwriter  KALSOMINING   DONE.  . 'Orders'rec.'ive prompt attention.  "Second street,     . -      REVELSTOKE  BMRY'S NURSERIES  '   3010 Westminster  Road.  ,      ''       I r" '_ ; '  "Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees !  Rhododendrons, Roses,,  Greenhouse and Hardy Plants.  V   \ Homo-Growu nnd Imported '      *      ,  *(iarden, Field;and Flower'"Seeds  ���������   ,' - . a For Spring Planting.      ���������    ,  ,jEastcrn prices or less.'     White labor.  ���������FERTILIZERS.     '  'Bee Hives-and Supplies.  ,-   Cut Flowers rund Designs.'-  /���������Catalogue fiee.   '.  -;     M. J. HENRY,  '-.' , .   Vancouver,- B. 0. , '  WOOD-YARO  I have started 'a permanent Wood  " ."Yard on Third street.������ .With mv past  fi --experience I hope to lie in a position  ;to satisfy all ,r������iiiiiements of custom.  .   -ers;   'Mill ,and  cordwood   supplied   in  -any lengtlis nt reducfd prices for cash-  '   R. SAMSON.  W. A. McDonald  PLASTERER & BRICKLAYER L  '     REVELSTOKE '      ,  ... -      ,    c!"  ���������"The only first-class plasterer in town.  .Let inc knrfw your requirements.    A  ������������������Carload "of Lime just imported."'A Car-"  -  s ' loud of Brick under Older.  KUfiTZ 'ft CD'S CIGARS  ���������    The Best on tha Market. ���������  KURTZ'S OWN  KURTZ'S PIONEER  KURTZ'S SPANISH 'BLOSSOM  -^ < * ,  - are Brands that can't be beaten. <���������  ,    MADE BY, UNION LABOR.  BLOOD   CELLS!  ,IN   HEALTH. - "      IK DISEAW  f������p���������������9-- ������  Man is a niillioii.iiio ninny times over n:  the -possesMOii of blond cells.' Woman i.-  not quite .so licli, fur scientists linvu pi oven  thai tlie; normal minibrr of ie.-el hluoel ci-lK  in aeliill liic-ii is five million; in women foil!  and a li.ilf million, lo the -.quart- iinlliiueai.  The iioiin.-il cell is not absolutely loini-i  in   licnllli,  but.  in   disiMsc,  becomes   ex-  tremelj irregular in shape.    Hveiy one ce.t  be in perfect lie.iltlir anil possess the'millions.of licli ice! blond cnipti.-c'c- if tliej,  only know how to go about n.    Ui. K. V.  Pierce, coii-nllimr physician  to tlie.Inv.-'.  liels1 Hotel and Suiciveil lii-liltite. at  Bui"  falo, X. V., advise:, eveiy man and woman  to prepare for a loitfr life by observing ������������  Hire's  la\v.s.'     In  the  (ir.st  place,' if-joi r  digestion   is   faulty,   and   the    food' yot  eat is not taken up by tlie blood and .issiih '  ilatecl properly, you need a tonic and eliifes  tive corrector, isoinethiiiR- that will mcicasc  the red blood corpuscles;  he believes ii. s  point?   about   this   in   natuie's   own  win  -���������Years ago.'in his active practice, lie found  that an alterative extiact of certain heib-,  and roots, put up without the use of alcohol, would put the li\er, lungs and heart  into fuller and more complete action    This  medicine -he   called   Dr.  I'ieice's  Golden  Medical .Discovery.    By assimilating  the,  food'eaten, it nourishes the blood, and, in- -  stead of the ill-shaped corpuscles, the pei-  son's blood takes on a rich red coloi  and  the   corpuscles lare   moie   ii":nly   round.  Nervousness is only the cry of the starved  nerves for food, and when  tlie<nerves are  fed   on  rich  red   blood  the pel son   loses  those irriteible feelings, sleeps well at uigbt  and feels refreshed in the morning.   (  s KNOWLCriGE is power.     ���������  -  rf-you want to know about your body,  read'Dr.-Pierce's Common Sense Medical  Adviser,'which can be had fo^the cost of  mailing, 50 cents in one^cent stamps for the  cloth-bound book, or 31 stamps for the  paper-covered volume. "1008 pages. Address Dr.,R. V. Pierce,' Buffalo, N. Y.  'Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse the  bowels and stimulate the tlugjish liven  > ESTABLISHED fl89'4:  ���������    0  ���������    9  .Subscription, $2.00 Per Year  Published Weekly on Saturday by  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Co., Ltd.  Steam Printers  and Publishers  Dealers in  Printing and Wrapping Papers  and Paper Bags  Loose Leaf Account and Duplicate  Counter Check Systems  /Wills for Tcnffwell and Opalla  Patented Loose Leaf Files,  Ledgers and Billing Systems  Phone No. 13        P. 0. Box No. 70  G-illards Pickle  laiice  '���������3. .  v   Retail by all. Grocers:   Wholesale by  R.ERi^fet^Cb.,Ltd.  >-<><><><>b<><KK><K><H><>0<>^  MBIT- ���������.-;:.  THE LATEST AND GREATEST   ,     _  0  BREAKFAST FOOD j  Beats them'all.*  Requires no Cooking.'  . r    X.  , ���������      'All readyvto eat. ;,y, . $  "GOOD'HEALTH" ispriceless.  Adulterated teas its enemy.  y    ti  Ceylon  Tea  is  your  safeguard,  bein������ absolutely pure.  Sold'only in sealed lead packets. , By all Grocers.  KOOTENAY ENGINEERING fORKS  FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS  "���������   - -     - -      .    - Manufacturers for ,thc   -.,',       ,. ,.".   s        . '-  Grawfbrd double Hope". Aerial '.Tramway * 'System//Limited"  '     REPAIRING AND JOBBING A'SPECIALTY   |  ~~ Marino Mining and Mill Machinery, Oic Cars, Buckets, Tanks',  Etc lion and Brass Casting. A complete stock of Shafting,  Supplies'. Fittings, Etc., always on hand. Estimates for all  classes of woi k furnished upon application. Mail orders receive  prompt and cueful attention.    Scrap Iron bought by the carload  _  Office^and Works:.      \   B. C. TRAVIS, Manager,  Foot Of Park.S.treet  P, 0. Box.493,.Nelson,,B.C.  mmiisriK:  PERFECTION   COCOA, -  It is absolutely pure  COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE ICINGS,  CREAM BARS, ETC., ARE VERY CHOICEST QUALITY   ,.  The COWAN CO,, Limited, Toronto  Melody  Mirtli  and  During the Long  Winter Evenings  with  The Berliner Gram-o-phone  Winters dreary evenings lose their monotony, and you  have a constant source of pleasure and profit in a Gram-  o-phone. It will tell you funny stories or sing Coon  Son-s"��������� if you feel humorously inclined. If you want  to dance, anything from a two-step to a minuet-awaits  your pleasure or that of your frieuds and neighbors.  ^      ��������� i ...������ piano or Orean ��������� Solos Iiy fninoiii viollnUts,  X^U ^JSSE.kf'pie������Sf��������� Ci" S,. nTSiS Concert.Jnr ho.,������'s or the  ?"ld^inSfe? S&o'M&eTi/p.prf ; ������ng or Ulk. whicf. jou wll.  PrlcesofGram-o-phones 5fi������1'Cf tO   ^-^^f  complete with 3 Records M'1-'   ^^   ^^  Oa.i������nt������d forf.vey������^.   "������ I- ���������A' '" Cnnnd,."  sola o������ -^-���������������������^������wmr,?.l%^���������a. W*W"  far Mrtieolmn. C������t������lojf������������ ������������<1 ������is* <>f Record..  Manufactured by  E. BERLINER, 2315 St. Catherino Str������ot, Mentraal.  FOR  BALI BY  RAIL.AJHft.y-  STEAMER.  TheC. J'. R. has 'let a contract for  its hotoLiind .station at''Winnipeg for  $1,200,000. .The'conipany might well  liiive si>:uc(l 11, portion of the money  for the much more urgently needed  station nt .Kevelsloke.  'The V. V. and K. rnihvav clinrter  has been evtended live years on the  condition that, the railway in to he  built within that time. This mil way  will do much for the opening of Sim-  ilkiimeon and southern Qkaniigan.  ' At a recent meeting of the Xova  Scotia' brunch of the Caiiiidinn Manu-  facturei*.' Association it was htatod  that good-, con UI In* >.qiit' from Halifax  to Livoipool, and tliei'U'ti'iiiislii[ipod to  Victoria, IJ.'C, inucli more cheaply  than by sending diiect.  , '  The railway ,'eiimmis.sioii   will   visit  British Columbia   next  month.    The  Kevelstoke Houid of Trade  bus   asked  the commission to aecoid it an interview on the (juotion of the icstoration.  of the distributing  rates   foimeilyin  force here and now acceded to Nelson  and Ko-sland but still refused to Revelstoke..        < t /      'y   ,  *. 'T. F.   Bus toed,   -uho" iia.s'bee'n appointed assistant chief engineer of the  Canadian 'Pacific' jailway," will   have  jurisdiction   from   Foi t William west,  and liisheadjiiuii-tei-s-will be in/Win-  'nipeg.    Mr. Bustecd,will Iiuvc(cliargc  of the engineering  work on ill! of. the  western lines' of -the  company, and it  is  understood   that,   only'the  larger  questions  will   bo. relcrrcd' to  W. I<\  Tyc. the eliiel  engineer, \\hose, head-,  fpiarteis  aic'in   Montreal.   'Mi. J)us-  tccd. wliilc he made an excellent 'superintendent, is. 1111   engineei "of  more  o  than ordinary, ability  and   has  made.  his reputation  as  a   railway  man  int  that   capacity       For   about    twenty-  ������c*fc������iMJ^aiUE������^  -     T.'F. UUSTEED.  (J r.'Ii. A���������l&L.mt Cliiof Enrfncci.  yens he has been in the employ of  the Canndi.in Pacific. For a number  of yoais bo was engineer under William  ^"byto, between Winnipeg and Fort  William. lie was the engineer who  looked after the consti notion of * the  big gi.iin olevatois at F.jit William  and in the consti uction woik on that  portion of the Uanadia 11 I'acilic. After-  w.uds he was engineer under General,  riupt. Mai|)ole. Less than a year ago  he was appointed superintendent of  the ICootenay ilivisiijn, which place he  tilled in a satisfactory and able manner. Besides being a" veiy competent  railroad man Mr. Busloed is .veiy  popular with the public and those who  w.ork with him.  <��������� .1. s. i.AWRi:.\or,  the new siipuiintendent of Kootenay  Division of the C. I'. I!., enjoys the  distinction of being the Iirst K'ootenay  man to bo made Miporintendcnt of the  ICootenay division. I To commenced  his lailway eaieer in December. 1879,  when he went into the ollieo of .1.0.  Cunningham, geuoial agent of the  Northern and X01 thueslei'ii l.iilway  at Collingwood, Out. In this ollicc  he was employed for two veins as telegraph operator. Then he was lemoved  to Barrio, wheie he was operator for a  year. Then ho was made relieving  agent and filled for periods the  agencies a( Allaudalo, Braeobiidge,  Milton and Hamilton. Mr. Lawrence  left the .Northern railway in .September.  1S8(>, and accepted the position of  tiain despatcber with the Canadian  Pacific afXoith Bond, wheic he remained 11 ye.u. The despatching  ollice was n*mo\ed to ICimiloops and  ho wont with it and filled a tiain  despatchor's place llieie until December, 18113. From ICnmloopa he  was transferred to Nakusp to take the  position of trainmaster on the Nakusp  ���������Sliiciin    railway.      In   September,  J89i), he was transferred to Smelter,'  Junction .is train master for tlie Columbia A.-'Western railway. So well  did he perform the .services assigned  to hini''On' the Columbia it Western"  railway that he was ,iii 1002 transfer-  ied to 'Nelson,_ and his territory us  trainmaster enlarged to cover the lines  of the company in West Kootenay  and the Boundary.' ' *>  \ .1.   I).   PKASI.'K,   '\ t   -  who  has'been   appointed   chief  des-  pntclier at  Nelson,  is  well-known in  Revelstoke, wheic he was stationed for  live and a half years.    Mr. Fra'ser is a,  native of Windsor,   Out.,  and  hits resided in' British Columbia since 1S70.  lie started lailroading  in" 1883, when  be joined the C. P. R. on the Oiuler-  donk contract at  Yale, and; has been       r  with the company, ever, since.   Start-"  ing as  oflice'ihoy,   he. succeeded'to     "  various , po-itioiiR 'in, the   eonipany's,  service.  '   lie" acted   as   opeiator   at  sovoial points, and   was  promoted to .  the con'ipany's agencies at. Hammond  and/Agassi/.    In  September  1800  he '   .  was   appointed 'to    the   despatching  staiV, with   which   be  has  since been   "���������  associated,   and' has   been ��������� stationed",  principally   in.  tbe^. mountains.    He '   "*  served in this depai-tiu'ent   ioiir and a  ir.  half.years  at   Donald, and  five  and a.,    '  half years  in  Hcvelstokc.'   From Rev-.  elstokc be was promoted to Vancouver,  wheic he has been, foi   two years, and  has'now been 'promoted'"from tliere to  the important position he will hold atD  Nelson ,as" chief, despatchei- of -the  Kootenay   division.'   Mr. , Fraser 6 re-,  ocived,unhandsome  presentation   from  bis-fellow' employes 'at   Vancouver-on .  Satmday,night on. the occasion oHiis  Icning  tbeuC. P. K. offices in-that  'city'^for Nelson.   ,      -     '     '��������� '     ,' ',  Drugging .Won't" Cure "Catarrh;<*  AUthcmedicincin the world taken  into the stomach won't cine  catarrh,   .  ancl it's useless to squiinder money on  tablets,   bitters' and  liquid   remedies..  Catarrh   is-a   disease   of., the * nasal  passages, throat'and bronchial1 tubes.  Stomach remedies 'Cin't   rc.ich these  parts.     -It's -only   flagrant   healing  Catarrhbzbne   which   is   breathed all'  through the. air passages that is  Biire  to reach   the  scat   of   Catarrh.      No  failure   ever 'known ��������� if Catarrho/.ope,  was   used.     -It" , heals 'l and   doesn't  irritate; it soothe's,-' kills   the   germs  and"therefore cures. .   Use   only   C.i-  tarrhozone'the one cei tain-cure.   Two  months   treatment ���������'$1.00;  'trial   size  25c' l  OUTRAGE AT  GOLDEN,  W. Alexander's Jewellery Store  Blown Up.  t  Golden, B. C, June 6.���������About one  o'clock this morning a terrific explosion, which shook every building  in the town, awakened the inhabitants  with ,1 suddenness so severe that it  brought to mind the terrible' Frank  disaster of a year ago. People iiisbcd  from their homes to asceitain the  cause of the distuibauee. but it was  not u^til daylight that it was found  that W. A. Alexander's jewellery store  and lepair shop, which had boon  teceiitly' moved to a new location  iicni the posiollice, had been dynamited. The building, i which was a  simil^one-stoi-ey ttiucture. is .1 total  wreck, and the contents, including a  number of customers watches, were  blown to atoms. , .  *A subscription in aid of Mr. Alex-*  andei is being raised in Golden.  INSURANCE.    jr *  Vancouver insurance rates have  been increased by 1"> to 50 per cent,  A roa-on for this indicate i* the fact  that for Ho years past, Canadian insurance has not paid more than '���������> per  ceiHonthecapit.il invested, an 1 the  hea\y loss.s of the past year left a  deficit, which brought the companies  to the conclusion they must either  incieaso their rate- or give up business  entirely. The "business men of Vancouver aie up in arms against-the  increase.  !*r'Why Burn Your Flesh.  With aci 1 corn s.ihes "hen 2.K-.  buys a bottle of rutnaiu's Painless  Corn Extractor. It's purely vegetable,  never causes sores, and acts entirely  without pain. t'se only Potman's���������  the best.  ,   !  t   ' 9*  J ft  ftbe 1K6oteria\> flfcail  '    '      1'UHLlSirKlJ  SATURDAY.,  v*    "     ;     -at- ��������� , ' *- _   , ,  '     .        REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per' Annum  ADVERTISING    nATftS    on.    am) Mention  . OliaiiBUtf in (.landing advertisements n list,  i     be In by !l u. m. Thur-diiy of. eiu-h wei'U to  '  ta'cuiu good display,   btiuiilintt u������lvorl.i-l������K  inntter will be changed-twice n month with-  - '-out   oxtru   chnige <���������   Kor_ iiifiio  fi-uiliicnt  ",i'   nlloruiions tlio time occupied   In making  '     -wuuo will bo chnigcdnl usual mil"'.'Casual  '    'nrtvoi'lMiiR will be leccivedup to 10 n. in.  u V on Siilmiliiys. '��������� '   ,      i   ,       '  JOH' I'H 1N TI NO pi oiuptly executed lit i eiisoii-  ablo rates.  , ,'!',',  I'KHMS-tj'itsli. r Subscript Ions payable i|i ,atl-  ���������  vnnuu.' '        '<   t,     ' ��������� ������.     , ������,       <f  COIlHICbPONUKNOK Invjtcd   on matters of  .,     public itiluK-si,   Itoinmiinieiitioiis to  I'.di-  tor   must   be  uuoni punier!   by* name   ol  ������������������. writer, not nciessuiily for publication, but,  iiseWd.-nunotpood liulli. ,,Coi-iespondonoc  ^ should lii.-brlef mill must i-e.ioh the olllee  'r,.    by, W't.'ilii^Mln^evouinh*.      ,   ������������������'   ���������<    I'  Addles? '    ,      i ^   ''���������   ' '  >'       '(-'. "   TllK  KOUTICNAY MAIL,      -  Phone No.'13.  Kevelstokx*,' U.O.  ' We request, our numerous roadops to  favor  us with'their assistance in  ,    "making- tho KOOTENAY MAIL tho  *' ,most valuable  advertising- medl-  "'.   um   in   tho  Kootenays by giving-  ri\r the preference, when making- pur-  V   chases'   to,'those firms  who   ai'o  '   ' 'reg-uliii' advertisers In the KOOT-  d'  ENAY MAIL.  .(-  ~"J-, -*  *'" 'OJTV AGKNTS.-'tt '  ,"    .  'Oopies of, Tin: Mail, limy be oblaineil from  ' the lollowing city ageiils:    '       u>  *   K" ' ,'&  Kr.via.sioici:���������Oa.vada Drug K Hook (Jo.   ,i\  t\������ i    -f i     ;   j. W. lli;N-Ni'.ri*. ', .',1   ~i,,  ,���������>������-,<      '*   ,   \y. ]j|;ws.' ,''-,,       '"-'  V;],-Jit_ y/A, Uracil AM,.,      ,,,;:'   ,.  *(NAiiu&i*T.t.i''s."iMoiiis6N/3" y</   r  Kamlooi's���������Smith Uuo^.. '  ' A'ltMvntoMi���������!���������'��������� Woi.rr.NnrH. x  'Vanc-ouvj:i!-C.'am.ow-av &'Co.mim.W  /  '*  ������' "   "LONDON (KNGbANID/VGENCY. .  .'Our English oflices ilie at30 Fleet street, Lon-  7���������don.-K-Or, w heio -Alessi-.: K. & J.JI.udj; &.L'o.  will lcccivc tor u* kngli-li .news, subscription*,  ,*   and ndt ei li-.-inents. and .wliure a lilo ibkupt ol  r ' this piiper ioi- the use (free of charge) of any of  r'oui- leudois Wsitiug London and desirous ol  seeing the latest issue possible of Ins,, or her'  local paper. n  ' !!������������������'������>>  E<  &"J_.  I LARDY fc CO." , ' *  /    HOME" ^ND'COLONIAL 7"  ^DVKRTi&lNG.-l'HESS AND .  Sf.    '-'aUTHOH'S AG10NTS*AXU    -  '   ,   ' fNJ-JWSI'AlJKR COHKKSl'ONDKNTS,  30,Kleet Stieet, * ���������     ;*   '   London,1 Knoi-axd.  f     CANAIJIAN ifL-SINKSS .t",SPECIALTV.  :ti;!  MUfRY  tf  ���������MfCAItTKK     .   J   . .  t   .    < ANU'PlNKllAiM,  TKl-tS. faOI.lCl-rults..-KT<J. v  ln.ocK,   ltr.vi.i.-  iSlnKI., 1!. (!..' Zj  Mone*. to loan.*      k   i.     ", * *!      .^ .vi.-'X ,;  Olllt.u-" Ituvclsloke. H.'C.; KorlSteelfi, IVC'  " .     ItAKKI  "okkiok.s-��������� ~^loi."i>sis   Bank  Gi:o. S. .McIJauthk,  A. JI*. Pi.vicha.m. .  i ..   'lte\o!stoke, IJ. C.  ,VJv V, ���������^  'I-  J. A. Hakvkv, c   ,  .      Kort Steele, U. C.  A  -OHM  ������M ANN I NG-'-SCOTT  -wL. UP.  H.  A  BA'KKifrrEii'^SoLicrrou, Ktc.  -ftevelstiilck  13.U."  ���������I^irst SlriVt. .  E  DWAUD A.  HAG GEM.  Mixing Enginekk,  (Mem. Ameiican  Institute JliiiinB'KiiKl'^'i-i-)  '       T (Hem. Caimdian Mining Institute.)  ��������� ,        ''Revelstoke. 13. (J.  Examination of and lepoiw on  Mineral Pio  perties a Specialty^ >  XTbelkootena^nDail  X^^g������s  Operations T6f Elwood Tinwork1  '. ersJMining Company. ,_,  ',\i.    HottorfV, Secretary/ fo    the  ..Iwood Tinworkers Jliuhig ConipaYiy,  who lias been on a visit,,to"tho district.  is well pleased al Hhe newso������ the sale  of the Kingston,group lo eastern crtpU  talists*  for   !p2QU,000.   The   Kingston''  'adjoins the  Copper' Dolhir, which * is  owned   hy  ilho   oouipiinj;  whicli^Mr.  llottorlV  frcpieseiit's.1       Uevelojjn'ient  wuvk will bc'cojitinued ,011 tlie-Coppor  Diilliu' to ,a point where sin outcrop of  ore (appears ,on the surface Ik.*1qw the  .boundary ,liue'  between   tho  Klwood  Coinifany/s inoperty'iuid the Kingston.  jMr.'.BottoHV's   company ,are   also  developing the Silver Dollar under the  maliagemenl c-M.A. 'IJarragh." This  <:\S slid tobtMine/jf the nit'St promising  properties in the,hardoau.' vriie^coin-  pany' propo-C  t'o^'iii"-tji 1  nnjiir'coni'-  pi-i'sjMj'r and saw,mill for mine purposes,  .... .^i *,t *'      i  and arc urtiini" the I'e.ttricc   romb. be  sulliciently  inijn-oved'to   enable them  to get maCihiiiery''iii. i-{r r        ,.  Miv BolTorlV'i0  averse  to  liqoming  aud expresses his wish  to'sco'thc pro-  perties in which the KI wood Tin workers  Goinpany is inteiested  developed in a  legitimate wayf l>    .*      '-'r'~r'^.j.  ~~ryr x '.-,_'y'  -r'.  * , High Standard?. , - , ,  ,The higli standard of CvorkmanshipV  . demanded by the makers ,of the* New  Scale Williams Piano*, have attracted  ,to.<liem-tlie(tvery 'Jes' of skilled labor.1.  Every workman in their darge factory  at Oshawa is an artist in'his particular  -line, and the pride they all take in the  product of their united labor "The New,  Williams'" is^oiie of its best guarantees  "of excellence.,     *'     /���������- _      ^  ���������Pinnos.l<ept''in' stock by .Revelstoke  [nstiran co Agency,'Limited.    -   *     y  arroHad.;  .      FioiiMnir o\.n ('orre>putiileiil.'   '   ,  -, r��������� _        ,   ui,        . .      .  ,Xr. Warnci's new house   is rapidly  Hearing completion.     ,        ~        ; . *  ,���������31r.���������Ivirk's .h'ousc-is also well .under,  weigh. ��������� i     - ' j y ���������* ������������������- -   <   i      - r 't  "'fRev. \\'~. J.  .lohn'ston,   the   Prciliy.-  terian   miuisfor"' appointed'-to At'i-ow-  head, ha-3 arrived.' -Jrc���������hn.a   organised  a Sunday school, and   formed   a'T bible  class   in   ^which'-over, twelve," Ifitv  enrolled.--���������   \���������-,"   ~y~   ~ T~^~~y  SATURDAY, ,.irXK 11'. 1904.  In amendin.a tlie lead bounties  th'e'Laurier government has agai-n  shown that it is the .best friend the  mining industry of BritislvColtim-  hia ever had.' The application of  the bonus to export shipments will  add greatly to the beneficial .results already being felt in Kootenay from the lead' bonus"legislation of last session.  \\V congratulate Hon. Senator  ���������Bostock on his appointment to the  vacancy in the Senate, a position  to which the greatj majority of the  liberals of the province considered  him entitled. In making the appointment the Laurier government  have best c-r.ns-ulted the intore-f- of  B. C. for in Senator Bostoek the  people have a man who stands  above all thing- for clean government, and who ha^f-howii himself  loyal to the best interests' of the  province and of the dominion.  v     GREEN ROOM.  i .MAT.ONXV's   H'KDm.S'fi.  The Maloney's Wedding company,  who played here last week, intend  paying a I ot urn visit to Revel"toke  when they will doubtless again draw a  good house. The company is under  the management of It Oowswell, tho  popular Yaiicotner hotel keeper. The  company comprises throe of the best,  comic players wo have seen for soirtej  time, Miss Julia Wnlcott, who plays  the Iri.sh woman; Allen Iioone. who  takes the part of Dan Mulonoy; and  R. \V. linker, the Dutch saloon keeper.  The audience is kept in roars of  laughter from .start to finish, and the  presentation is clean as well as witty.  y." BEATON.  From Our Own Corre-iiioudont. ,  l*fd. Hillman left,for a  \i.sit rto  old Ii6me ar Calgaiy.   ,        ' '   ,      ,  Tho?. Taylor, M. L.'A., is at Beaton  to night.' Ho i.s jr'.injr to ���������-wilt the  Fish deck camp- tomorrow. (  .loe fMailoux 'old hie *��������� Beaton lots to  Fred Porter, who has*c!eared them up  and put in a new gauleti. He has tlie  lumber tin i;ht- gruuii.i to erect a new-  residence. '  to make* an cxhil.it did them more  harm than good. Mow, said hti '*Jt  we make an exhibit like what we- are  capable of doingiu S,t. Troui*, we may  get more unfavorable critici-m lor unduly excitTng^ the public. "    '  INT. Jieaton.-Uie- f,ttl.-f-r >.f the t-owr.,  who had liis hand injured almut tw-.j  inouths agu paid Us a viaitvon Friday.  His hand i= not, yet quite- lieak-d U].  and he will b<* compelled to -tay in  the hospital a week or ���������<> yet'  Me-sf- Bran f.,rd and Dickinson  brought in Sunday -ix freight hor.-e-1.  fifteen saddle horuf������, Jind a new stage  that will accommodate eight piissen-  geis. They intend to pla<*e the stagf  on the Cam borne-Beaton road.  \V. B. Pool and .1. J. Youli.'. of the  Great Xorthem mines, p.tsued thtoucfh  h.>re ycxterdiiv on their way to Poplar  Clock.     Youi    corrc*ipoiideiit   had   a  - ��������� i\ \y >, ������.'���������, ' rz '  '  ' i    *,,'..< < r   ft    r  1 Herds hn opportunity, to secure your choice'oir a stock  l*'of''Piahbs'lancriOr^ans   bearing  names-of well-known'  'manufacturers at' prices*that are*in sonic cases one-third-  ''��������� less.than/the regular price.'-'The l'oss of our PianoAVare-.  'rooms.in; the recent 'fire *on /First' Street'has made' it  imperative'that we at once dipose of.our entire stock,r���������  and weare'prcpaVedAo/sacnnce.eaclr'and every mstru-.  , ment,at prices furibeldw their real,value." '   "Srou will���������find,  , each .ihstruiiieniA' to  (be-  exactly'''as^ represented ' ,aifd  "absolutely, n'cuvf���������,i ���������',',"  Regular Value,^150.00  :,2:-:  ���������p'^ [$110,  > 'il/Jllio ������-Mr.\'Cabiriefc<GrtindUprightPii\ho' in elegant ' ,"''"'.  -Vy llilaSSIb^'Mahogany Case^PlaihL.PaneK, Ricliljv*,; t   "n'u  '*" -Poli.-lied;'1 Double Veneered ^throughout: FulMron '_ ,,f j     ' *  J-'ranie,'Boston'Fall and Swing ]5eskfwith continu  I't'i,0111'  hinges,;  Trichord' and 'Ovei'-siruhg'Bass'; 7.^  J-' , , <,'���������   . jv Octaves. *-Regular Value JfooO. *? JSTow...'. .. .]...",.*���������  3"-J\_::"rv~r|_^^l'":":jpf"t/^l^Wat'nor^ Organ'"- in'" heautifuhy^   ;  a .-Uonerty^a to^;0akCase;i->irr'Sctspf,pccdS, - t<v,  r . i u ' '   f (Si.v Octaves and Thirteen Stops; "Engraved' Extcn-f  ���������   ' '    "  J:'"     ision  Tdpf'with' Jievel. Edge Plate tllassJ Mirror;        ,   ^.  f   "' , ' ' ���������", Keccding Duet'Jilusic JJe'sk^Patent-iS'ickel-pliited    '<t 11 f| *'  y   Mouse-proof pedals.    Regular value].$150. ��������� Xow... . ,tyM"'  4. WltHl'imc* sCabinet- Grand Uprigli'fc* Piimo'in_ Oak _   '     , o  .      .��������� TTlllldlllai   Case; Elegantly, U-i'ryed','Panel,, richly,  "4       y , jiolished and double  veneered   throughout"';. Full.,-  --   ''  *���������-*  *'.  *      ,,. Metal   Era me; j, Trichord   and *()yer.-,trung   Miu-s; ( , >>  ���������" ,( Z"ij i   , Patent Kepeating'Action. 7.', Octave^. Vcry^Mightly *^y  ,*,   **   '.'      damaged moving from lire.  .(,NVe leeently sold two , (TO^C*  -'     /> v  - ? of tliis style for.KoOcaoh... ,  ....'.-.... 1'.. .\'.^. .'.,   $ ���������*' ^n  3""'   i\s\Urini-\SKi Cn    Pia'no-Organ." " Richly" figured"������.       " ,  .���������UOneriy   <X-*WO.   Walnut in highly polished piano ^  ^   '  !\  ���������;'.,'���������,' ca'sc.    Something  entiiely  new  in pi-gaiis.( i Full,,1 _'jf   ^ f*  ^-    "r   ' .'   front swinging 'niusic de%k with continuoiis"hihgc.-.;< "''��������� f-\  .-   ,- r.r.,threc*pedals, six ^octaves andf fptii^?ots* of 'rcod������\sl ���������<C11C .,  '   Pure, sweet and powerful tone. .'..'....*....;'....   -.t'M'"���������'*  6,,rM^.l,^������.������l������/^ 0 Cr. \i Upright-Pi.ino-iii Maho",inv." ���������'- '���������  _v ,.-NeWC0mbe (S^UyVowonthew-ayfromTo^nto, \, ^  ',*       _ J   . w\Wc have iio room foi-'it.   It has now improvedtsealo '.  ,e  y.     (-'>7 -'with full metal plate; artistically carvctl and lichly    ''f,,-   ,".  ..."    ,r.,i.- pobshed; ^overstrung   b.iss and   pa'tent"repeatmg   C'iCA  W, -oyyj .actiop, 7.', "octa'y'c's^ , Yo"u niiiy'bwn it for." !_. f .ff- iW���������   ,,  *"' "Ev.eryone of tho~abj-.;c''histi,tiineiifcs bears the maiHifactui-er's'*^  ''auarantec for live*vears.   Kow oil exhibition.affJOITK F. WOOD'S'  1    ''-FUR.N'ITL'UE   STORE/ \ . "*     f '    ,'     " . .    -1     ,.-   .  EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT  IF i DESIRED.      \   ?   "  Revelstoke Insurance Agency, Limited.  ARMSTRONG.  From our own Correspondent.  Mr. ^ArmstnjnLi'j- house at E6se-  dafe I- well under way.  One of the jail AtatlV.tt A'crnon informed a \i,-itor from n Armstrong that  the jail n.i- to beVhanaed to a lunatic  a-yluio'after tluv_30rh_of .rune���������for the  accomodation of the pre-ent statV he  mii'-t have meant -urely.  Win doe- not Mr. Ellison see that  hi-election pledges"-*are kept? The  Whr-r Ci'uek people have no toad yet  and have to come in bj pack horse  route, 'ft ii a~ ci-yint,' shame, that  thirty.or,forty farnilic;- .should be cut  oil' from their point oi" supply. Price  ought to make good oi quit.  ������i)jn<- two-and-a-half months ago a  petition signed by nearly 200 farmers  of thi- vicinity was K*nt b> Price Ellis-  son, M. L. A . to 1������* forwarded tf. the  government, jrquestinu' that a powder  sliould he neglect his district in the  way he is doing? Perhaps bis time  was all taken up in removing ,thc  Long Lake dam. If so. the1 farmers  may still hope to hear about the powder, i-'' ,.  I iUCiip'iinl'Authorized, SI,CU),(100.UCiinilnl, Paid L'p, *j:i 11*0(00.    I{o-(,'f'.',0,((('.'  ^   ,.     ���������</���������'   Jlcadj 0flicc,*_Tonox'ro, Ontahio.   *'    '    s'!)\  m, '.        "Ilranclios in tlio Nohliwo'-l Tunitoiios,' Jlaiiitobn, Ontario mid Quebec, ft ,  iS,,   '      -And   tlio follnw;iiif; uoiiits ill   Hiitisli   (.'oliimtiin: ' Oi.iuhKiolr.'i Golilon,  5?, rr^: |i|   Nelson, l!o\olst(.l.e,Tic.nl Lako, Vnncomei mid Vicloiia.l      , '  kji>   'j, . <.  .     ..    ^ ..   n j,    '     i    , y w,  T. H. Miaini'iT, President.   7~> Ti. li. WiMt'ii:, Vire-Pro-uleiit in*i| (iei,(,-iiil'Miniagoi..;|g  .,   nr.   Ji. Hay,'A^ismnCGeiioinl Jliiniiti'o    \V. Moi r,\-r, ClnvMiispi-clui.. '' <  Revelstoke Branch; B.'C.���������A'General,Banking Busircrs Transacted'  * >  Savings Dopnilineul���������Dopo-its l?ccoi\i'd and JnloiosI 'Alii wod. .  '</        , '-        y-i        * ��������� ���������''   '      '"'    r'i<    ,'J   .��������� I '  Uialts sold iitullalilo in nil imiii'iil C'iiiiikIu. United Slates in d Hiirope.  *>j' Speoiul attention givon'to (.-Olleetiljn  \. E? I'm Pi's, Manager.  'BLACKSM!>TH;&",>:  .wriEELw^GHFr;;:,  t, '. ���������'' V -    . , y '     tei,-'    r        ���������-        *r^M    ���������      ������  /'"..Has closed Ms old shop*, on 'Douglas'^Elrec-t'. andj ,'  {i ���������   'removed/'to Jr.' !Gordbn's'' Block, Second, Street, ^'  ' - Revelstoke'; where customer's are requested to*call. , { ''  ix       -1 - .  t -.   i ^'-J,'-   r *\'J , '    *���������   -*'"i y y������ ,  j    - T'y 5b.1 yfii " ^      i-t , _,   J  ' ''    ���������  ������ '"���������   - - *"������ '"' ' * ' "    "     ' '     ' '^a  1' Have'-'a-Vorld-widef'reputation1 .for'.their ";o,;  ,"'7Eit, Co'm'fort/ahd Durability.,Y^They-'ai^e ',-t  . sold  u-f> all * partslpf\'tfie, globe "andfhave .  "' 'obtained thef highest /awards at.alHeading  .exhibitions:;    Ask'< to* see the tl?." ^  '   hip'style! /   ^y   ,ft *  '   ' 'vl  -* .  i\*:  D. long'  'S   'ii- '.  , ilr *.    >,,  ��������� ������'  "  WATEROUS^ ENGINE WORKS CO  "\  t y  < * Braiitford and. Vancouver-  ��������� 'Band'and  Ch-culifr1 Saw  Mjlh; MJngines.   13pilei's[  Ihiok^ iMacliinety.   '  * Plaiiers^Grindcrs, GfipyPhlleysl; Gasoline 'Engines, Tractioir.lCirgincs,-<  ~ Ceiitrifiigal Duplex'funfpsy Foi-'pT-iccs apply"to,, *" ."t      p"-"'"",*"   ]  ,:   ���������������������������',    HUGH.^GILMOUR,:,  n: c.   '"  vakcouvek;  NOTICE.  'K is l]er"l)y given tliat. SOd.-ijs after  ��������� . date. I iniend to applj to tlieJH-onoiable  tbc Chiel Commissioner of Lands and Works  for a special licence t.icnt anrl cany away timber Irom the follow ing doicubo.l lands situated  in West Kootenay Distuct. li. ('. '  Commencing at a post marked Geo.]? Piper's  north cist corner po-t planted at the north  we-t corner of the F. Robinson Lumber Co.'s  limit on the north sido of tho north east arm of  Ariow Lake, thence south eighty chains, tlionco  we-t eighty chain-, thence north eighty chains,  thence east eighty chain-: to point of count euce-  ment. - v  .  Daicd tho J'.ltt. day of Jlnv, mm.  OLO   l\ PrPKR.  A Woman That is a  Good Cook  * <~      *. .,  V * 1 I  all , the ' time must  usc'Ai   Flour.    This 'self-evident   *   ,  -��������� truth explains why so nuuiy' experienced 'housekeepers '*���������  insist upon having fOGJLVIE'S; the"quality of which'  is maintained at'the highest standard of excellence. Try  GILVIE'S  .-hr.rt interview with .Mr. Pool.    In re- i ������'������iS������������no ^ P1" ������!' "'   '������" viHnity >.f  ply to the .p.cvtiun   nhy   there U nn' An.K-trvng.    ri.r.re ihfn   nothing  ha,:  l������-t:n heaid of it. ar.d our   niemlif-i- has  " NOTICE.  'VrOTRJB i- hereby given that HO days  l\t after date I intend to apply to tho Honorable tin- Ohi&f Commissioner of Lands and  Works for ,i -peci.il licon-o to cut and carry  awdy timber from tho^ following desciibod  lands, situated m West Kooton.-iy District; viz.:  Commencing at a post marked Clarence  Piper's southeast corner pott planted on the  north boundary of F Hobiuson's purchase land  on tho north sido of tlio north oils! ami of Arrow  Lake, thence we-t eighty chains, thence noilh  oiglitN rlinhis, thence ea-i eighty chains. Ibencc  -outh eighty chains to point'of cominoiK-cnieut.  Hated thi- 21-t day or Jlnv. I!K)I. L  , ("LtltENCK   ITPKIi.  For  ;    ".ROYAL HOUSEHOLD "  BREAD,   CAKES,   AND-PA.ST..RY-  ;- ^  GIANT  POWDER CO.,. CQN.  ,.MANUFACTURES of ' '.  Explosives for Mining*, Stumps  ing* and Railroad Work  Dealers   in   Fuse,   Detonators,   and  '    Apparatus.  ���������Elect  ric  FACTOR IKS:  Telegraph  Bay, Vancouver Hand. Giant, California.  i      '   Gap, C'alilornia.  Blasting  Cljppci'  there i-   no  evhil.it of ore from th.'Groat Northern I  mines atYoplar Cru-ek, at the World's | ������(lt "V(,������ h'"1   1"^f'   =Pn~"  ''������"������h ' ^  Pair at.  .-ft. l-ioiw. he-tated   that   lu-t J "������*������"������ M'-*?1 rw-ipt of  the doci.m-.it.  year his company,  at  their own   <v   >'    Mr-   E,hs,"n   ". wl   cr"  pen-,-, cxhil.ited speciiiu-ns   ,l( X,.],,.,,,    UHcv for n..t   mnJcing  hm.   a  ���������Spokane, New U"e-������tminister aod   al-.  at Vancouver and    Victoria,   and   all, ��������� -.--:=-.---���������--=^-���������-  thc thanks they got   uas   unfa\orah!.'|'USE ^*al28!%^>  critici-m in   some  instances  the trouhle and expense   Ihev  11    Mr.    Klli.-.  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THE KOOTENAY MAIL  THE SYNOD,  i        ��������� ��������� ���������        **  ��������� Meeting at Revelstoke���������Extension of Privileges to .������  ',    _   '  \        Women.,,  The synod'of 'the diocese of Koot-  ���������enay met at the LOddfellows (Hall  on  Wednesday,   Bishop   Dart "piosiding.  The clergy present were :   Archdeacon  Beer, "Revs.  Stoney,   Lambert, Solly,  Greene, Akehurst,     Vcnables,  Wood,  'Graham, Robins, Yates, Procunier. -  .,   Rev. Bnskett of���������F.ngland, attended.  The   laity   were-represented     by:  Messrs. I'hipps, Gordon,1 Coursier,  ' Paget" (Revelstoke), Stirling and F.  , A.' Taylor, (ICelowna), Jones and  =-Gri.'!ith, (Golden). Jlosamon and Dv.  , Bentlcy. (ICnclerby), Dampre, (Phoenix).       A   most   successful  meeting  resulted.        ' ''  y-.i'     ���������    '    UlsTlOr'S ADDliKSS.  < ���������;      '-  Tl'ic,I)isliop gave  an   e.\cellent address, in which he  leviewed   the woik ; .  ^of'thediocesc.stating lie had appoint-  sur,n������rt   fl"om, ,.*.,.  ���������   ,"���������        ,,     i��������� .     , ,��������� ,   ,   .   and should supp'.nt ihcm bv   oidennu  ed/. Rev.   .Mr.   Reer Archdeacon, and , ,  .,,     '   *'  ' .it' fb ���������*'->..<' 1 '    l.l.'.ll    l.flf.l.*-!. 1 I... C *"  from the,valuable work he had done  in the past.he expected "goocl results  from.the appointment  and  services  The,' loss  to  fthe dioecse of   th'e. services ,of Archdeacon Pcntre'atb w.is to be regiettcd,  but   what,.'was , tbeir^-loss -was New  , Westminster's gain.   ' lie ref cried to  '    the clerical^ appointments made and  confirmation services,held at different  points since last session of synod, and  urged   tbc   necessity   of' churches at  'Arrowhead, Creston and Michel.  His Lordshipt'dealt at length   upon,  ><   the necessity of  unity'among  christians, and their object 'ought to be to  . ' promote   such   unity, , in   a manner  '   consistent' with " the, combatting  of  ���������������rror'and   the   maintenance   of the  teachings   and   sacraments   of.,  th'e  jchurch.      He   uiged   the necessity of  private pruyer and study  on.the  pint  of the clergy that 'they   might' be the  better fitted for the discharge of  their  '"���������"duties'."N   For   the 'assistance   of'the  ���������clergj   who  ceuld   not  att'oid to pur-  ' z chase books the rector -of  Nelson had  established,the nucleus -of a-diocesan;  library which  should   prove  of  great  value." God lequire'd that the  priests'  ' lips should keep"knowledge.   .   * * t  A'new canon on   finance^ was pi o-  posed, and he sugges'ted   the consider-,  ation of the Quebec scheme.     hi any  changes made special attention should  *v be "paid   to   the poorei\missions and  securing church   privileges   to  futtno  generations.      '  His  Lordship  urged -the   study of  church 'history   as   teaching * many  things  concerning" the   kingdom   of  God."and suggested periodical lectuies  as a safeguard against per\ersion.    As  - to their Sunday   schools   they   could  not impiove on   the directions  given  in    the    prayer-book.    *  Instruction  should  be particularly  given  in the  use of   the   prayer-book.      He   con-  cluded-by asking  the  clergy  in  the  several deaneiies to suggest a suitable  appointee for each  deanery  when  he  would have pleasure  in  giving effect  to the recommendations.  gi:xekal.  Archdeacon Beer took his  place as  secretary of,synod and R. Gordon was  appointed lay secretary.  Revs. C. A. Procunier  and-Robins,  'and I>r. Bentley and   II.  N.  Coursier  -were appointed'eommittee to considsr  the Bishop's addiess.  KLi'Oins.  A letter was lead from C. C.  and S.  asking  fuller report   on   work   done  undei society's auspices.  Aiehdeacon I'cntreath's final report  as archdeacon of Kootenay was lead.  Complimentaiy reference was specially made to work of Rev. C. F. Yates  at Golden. The S. L\ A. had contributed ������1000 to endowment of  Kootenay diocese provided another  ������0000 was raised. ' Suggestions were  , made for improvement of church  finances in Kootenay.  It was lesolvcd to place on record a  hearty vote of thanks to the Archdeacon for his valuable services to the  dioccese.  Archdeacon Beer reported during  his term of office having paid special  attention to the promotion of the  missionary cause. The organisation  of the M. S. C. C. would be of great  value to the church. A new church  has been built at Trout Lake, a parsonage at Vernon, and practically  another at Golden. He urged increase of insurance on church .Jniild-  ings. He found the clergy generally  anxious to do their work thoroughly  well. Anothor clergyman was required in Okanagiin and it church at  Arrowhead and Salmon.Arm, where  there were 50 families.  A   vote   of   thanks   to Archdeacon  Beer   for' his   report  was placed on record.     .'  It was resolved to appoint a committee to'/ condense the reports of  Archdeacons Pentreath and- Beer for  publication.        ���������' ,        '  , ,  , The committee on canons leported  on   amendments  requiicd   to' rectify  an error in   the date  of  the  charter.  ,      ,      i  These weie passed and several foimal,  reports submitted.  , Rev. Mr. Graham submitted leport  on temperance, 'recommending formation of local branches of Church of  England temperance society, and  bands of hope. ' '        '    ������*  Replying to Rev. Mr. Solly his lordship said tempeiance' certainly " did  not niea'n total abstinence. ���������''''' ,  i ,Rev. Mr. Robins reported 'on the S.  P. C.'lC, < and qn his motion .,it was  resolved to recommend to the suppdit  of. the clergy..' and < otheis -the ile-  pository at Nelson.' ���������    .  'Rev. C.   A.   Procunier .pointed   out  the   clergy   got \&    large   amount of  business' houses  through local book.-'elJeis.  c; Tlie committee on church congress  [laving sent in' no leport, wnsdis-  chiuged.-' .    y.   ,   '' '    r   .x  The thanks of the 'synod was placed  on record to Rov.jUr.'-lLedley' for his  work in" connection' with M. S. C. C.  on.behalf of the'dioeese. '"' t   '  CAXOXS.  1 The ���������;report of the, committee on  canons was submitted by , Archdeacon  Beer, who expressed his-thanks"to Mr.  Crease for his (Valuable ' assistance in  preparing .the report.   , I      '   '  Rev. Mr. Graham explained that  these amendments wercnoccsaaiy to  overcome an erior in incorpoiation.  Regarding thcclitiise on'submission  'to the bishop of church and parsonage  it, was due rather to the clergy than  to the liiicty. '  ��������� ,    ' '  Rev. Mr". Wood said the rector who  thought he was better than the man  who went out into tlie hills was acting  contrary to the first principles of  Christianity and if that was to be,the  policy of'the church, then the chinch  wii:-bound l<i'fail.' lie considered the  scheme proposed one of, the giandest  things God had given them'.  1!.'Gordon oppo-cd the scheme as  all'ecting Itevblstoke. , \\5hy not instead as-ess them 30 per cent for the  benefit of the missionaries.  Rev. Mr. Solly was strongly in favor  of the scheme.. He contended those  who 'opposed' it- did 'so , fiom , self-  interest. It was a case of the rectors  being ranged on one ' side and the  vicars on the other.  , , ���������   ,  ��������� Mr. Stirling said the laity did not,  care to see their business taken out of  their own bauds.        '- ,,  Mr. Jones  said   if  the  scheme was  i , . *  adopted collections would,, fall oil'  20 to !)0 per'cent.' It'was taking out  of the, hands of the local church committee \somelhing that was their  busine-s. lie would picfer to see a  regular icport slibwing whether r the  stipend was paid or not' and give it  attention. t        ..   ...   ��������� j_  " -,Mr. Taylor wanted," to-know where,  the expenses, of the chinch would  come from under such a scheme?  Rev. Mr., Akehurst opposed the  scheme.,  "     ,    , 6  , Rev. Mr. Yates ^considered the plan  inadvisable at 'present.     -   ,   ,  The committee reported progress and  on the question being put  to the'votc,  the canon was rejected by, 10 to 9.*  '  'RphciAL' sekvioi;.      c ''  .On Wednesday evening''mil   choral  service was held at St.J peters church.  service wa^'one of the most inteiesting  and successful held in Revelstoke.  oi-tici:i:s.  , On, the synod meeting Thursday  the first business was election of  ofheen. ,       ..^^       /  A.   E.   Phipps   was     uiiiminiously  elected diocesan treasurer.   ''���������  'Rev. Mr. Giahaiu:���������That means'the  exe'cutiVe must meet in Revelstoke  for this year.  , ,  t  The following were' elected diocesan  executive for year :     lievs.'l'rociiiiicr,  ST. PETEK'S CIIURCFI AND vicabage, revelstoke  plans Mr. '.Stirling objected oto it  applying to parsonages, remarking  that while the. bishop or 'archdeacon  might be a good judge of chinch  architecture they might npt^oe capable of deciding- onVi building for a  parsonage, x 'which was l laigely a  question cf local taste.  Dr. Bentley, Revs. Yates and Greene  supported Mr. Stirling's view and that  provision was accordingly  struck out,  the canons being otherwise adopted.  ,  I'-ixaxci:.  Now" came the'crucial business of  tbc synod on a subject introduced at  last meeting at XeKon having in \iew  a iadie.il chamo in the canon on  chinch finance, with a \ lew to securing to tlie clergy of ,' the poorer  parishes the same ad\antages in ic-  gard to salary as enjoyed by the richer  parishes. The subject was intioduced  by Archdeacon Beer in an able address, and indeed the discussion on  the subject brought out some of the  best debating' heaid in Revelstoke.  The synod went into committee on  the question.  Archdeacon Recr, in moving the  adoption ol the new canon, explained  that under it the people of a parish  would say how much they would pay,  and that sum would be paid direct to  the diocesan fund, the diocese in turn  paying the clergy. This did not, pie-  vent larger, parishes paying a high  salary if they wished but they must  pay 10 per cent of such salaries to the  fund. It had been said this was a  socialistic system but he denied it.  Rev. Mr. Robins, in supporting the  motion, asked if it was not a degrading condition of things to find one  section of a parish striving to staiu-  out the priest, another in which he  was being staned out anyhow, and a  third in which the clergyman had to  leave with large nrieais owing to him.  He contended that the adoption of the  scheme would be a step in advance in  promoting the corporate life oi the  church, and   said   the  hatcfulness  oi  rev. c. A. rROCUNJEK.  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"  The reverend 'gentleman   said,they  .were  met   together  ,to  legislate and  plan foi the chuich of Chn.-t in  this  dioco.-c.    They weie cho.-en men with  the lesponsibility of leadership.   They  wcre only a few butgieatly re?pon=ible.  Let them see to it,they were, all   men  who had undeistandjng of the  times,  knowing   what   things   theii ' people  ought to do, and speaking -with confidence and autboiity. ,lfso their broth-  cm would be at their commandment;  if not they would give them little heed.  He warned them oi-tho peril of glowing indifference oi the laity to religious  things.    Gradually it had developed���������  so gradually they had hardly noticed it.  Their iiimeisities   had   become  ���������secularised, theie schools   were practically  pagan, and their son-  and  daughteis  were being taught all   knowledge  except the knowledge  of God.     If the  churche.- waa   lo-ing it-  grip  on   the  present genciation   what  about  their  rising one.  from   whom   religious instruction was so   largely   withdrawn ?  The results were the neglect of christian ordinances, the discontinuance of  religious habit",  the  engrossment  of  the whole man in commerce  or pleas-  uie resulting in creeping  dullness  in  the sinfulness of sin.    Its causes weie:  increase   in  scientific  knowledge, opposition oi science and   modern criticism, questionable   practices  of business, and   speculation.     The  remedy  ^vlls to preach Chri.-t, not in a perfunctory way. but to  the  hearts  of  their  people, teaching   Christ  not  only  in  the pulpit but from house to house.  The church was crowded,  notwith-  Lainbert, "Yates' and Mount.,, Lay  lepresentatives ': Messrs. i .Goulon,  Baker, Coursier and Griffith.-   ,    .  ..Auditor���������T.B. Baker.:  .     ,      '  Rev. 'F. Graham was . nominated,  but' declined", as ' he said,he ,felt a  tremendous mistake^ was.;being made  in the working of''the diocese byre-  moving the executive from , Xelson to  Revelstoke:, "'.'���������,'- 1  \' ' ��������� aoi:.vda. i ''      .'- '  ''���������'Revs. Robins,' Graham and Solly  weie .appointed committee to repoit  on" changes in schedule of Easter  parochial returns.  ,Rev.   F.   Graham's .motion,     that,  travelling  expenses  of ^clerical members of executive be paid out of diocesn n  r"i��������� .   -.      l    '- "        -'  fund, was carried:   ' - -  RECOGNITION OF WOMKS.        ^  'Another' important ,debate . <took  nla'ce "on Rev. F.; Graham's motion to"  allow women to vote for delegates to  synod.- ��������� In 'introducing' it the rev.  gentleman contended 'those who did  the work of the church were entitled  to lecognitibn.f Women were qualified  to vote for, wardens,^ committee,'and  rector and should have the same  rights as othei"qualified members.  'Rev. Mr. Green, who seconded the  motion, asked- the authority, for  women being refused a vote. In England women had been churchwardens.  He spoke in high terms of the work  done for the church by women.  Rev. Mr. Solly contended if women  were allowed to vote'in one case they  should be in another.  Aiehdeacon Beer said as women did  the woik they should have the right  to vote. ' Let them do right even  though they bring the heavens down.  (Laughter).  'l'5r. Bentley, said if women were  allowed ,to vote they should be entitled .to become members'of synod.  Mr.'Wood : If they were eligible  for.dclcg.ttes they would be eligible  for the ministiy.  Mr. Stirling : As women take more  interest in the church than men this  would be a good thing.*  The motion in favor of extension of  nrivileges to women was then   carried  by 13 to 6.  c.i:.vi:uAb.        '  Rev. F. Graham's motion that no  delegate take his place in synod till  dues of his parish were paid was  adopted:  Resolved to procure supply of  parish registers.  Rev. Mr. Yates' motion providing  that. Easter offerings go to clergy instead of Xmas offerings was carried.  Rev. Greene's motion, that a quarterly report be sent in to executive  showing amount of salary paid each  clergyman quarterly and in event of  stipend being six months in arrear  the Aiehdeacon and executive take  steps to remedy matter, was  adopted.  On motion of Mr. Stirling,seconded  by Mr. Taylor, it was lesolved that  harvest festival ofl'eiings go to clerical  relief fund.  On Mr. Coursier's motion, Revs.  Yates and Solly, Messrs. 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UEEN  CIlllICll,   mm    .-.i.i.     suv.       -  the parochial system as they now had  standing the stormy weather, and the  COMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG,      -       -       -     Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Travellers  to '^Fish Creek will find excellent  accommodation  at this Hotel.  Camborne Hotel  DAVE  OUR,  Proprietor.  Tin: best Dollar a Day TIou.s-i*  in tin* town.  Bi'.st ,Hraiids of Wines,  Spirits  and Cigars.  P. BURNS & CO  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants  [Contiuuod on Pugo Eight.]  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  ������^^sss^Calgary. Alberta  ���������0*. f.   , ,  a        , ^  ,    I5 THE, KOOTENAY, MAIL.  CAMBORNE.  ,    ' Reportof the Provincial Mineralogist.  Tn  the annual; report'of the  .Minister  of. Mines appears a report by the  Provincial Mineriilogist on the Fish crock camp.    It is 'as follows :      / - ;  Camborne fs ii new (own   that .Inis ,come  into, existence owing to  the  , various mining  properties  which, have been opened up on cither side of Fish  river, and is situnted about nix miles from the mouth of the latter.     Here  is  , located the ofiioV'f the Mining  Uecorder o/,thc  Lardeau   Mining Division.-  The' 'town,- is  only ' three' or  four years old, but has now several comfortable  hotels and good gJner.il stores. Iivoiy'stables', etc.   ' There U also it post ofiice,  ' and connect inn,is ini.'de by telephone'with Arrowhead and Trout Lake.      ;  Of  the  various .claims  mid   groups ,of' claims on .tlio.surrounding hills,  three have nppronched tho produeing stuuc,  vi/..,"th"6  Camborne,  Eva, and  Oysler-Criterioil.     Oilier  elaims  have" developed  large quantities of quartz,  ' but, tho three mentioned have'stamp mills'now erected and ready to operate,  fniVd it remain's for these properties to show what the camp is likely to prove.  cii:oi.ooy. ,��������� /'  The rock for'nuition  of ihedistrict. is. chielly' magnesia, n, nnd  ehloritie  schists, often niotiiin'orphosetl, itiul is probably a  cc-iuin tuition of  the similar  gold-bearing belt seen   in 'the lower end of the Trout Lako Mining division.  3Ie'rc'also"there are two t-eries'of quarW veins, as was seen in   tho  vicinity.-, of  'Toplar creek.     Tlie  main   series  seems "to  have a strike parallel with the  enclosing schist and is cut by ii' second or  cross' series  of  veins.     Speaking  generally,   the   veins of  the  main  series appear to bo the larger, sometimes  having a width of SO feel,, but'iire not as clearly defined' as  the cross^ series,  being in many pi ices frozen to tli-.- schists or oven'merging into  them."    The  *.' second sprics of vcins'are, a's.a rule, clear cut,   having   width's  up to  12 or H  -feet' o'f'>ctty,  clear, -white quart-/., and .where these veins cut those of the  T  passes over the small intervening summit of a spur, necessitating a span of  1 900 feet Tho line built was of the standard Itiblet type, with a capacity  of 100 tons daily and was iu excellent working' order, being a difficult but  well executed piece of work. ,' ' t  r .STAMP-Ml U..       ,        '   '���������     ' ,     "     '    ,     "  The Eva stamp-mill is adjoining tlio townsite of Camborne and consists  ofa frame building of standard type ,30 by 80 feet in size, behind which is  the lower terminal of the tramway and receiving bins. The plant consists of  a Comet rock crusher, two o-stamp batteries, L,000-lb,i"tamps, with automatic  feeders, sizers iind.four Fruo vniiners. The motive power is derived from  three separate Polto'ns, one 05 h. p.- for crusher,,one 135 h. p. for stamps, and  one 20 h. p. for vanners, its' well as'a 200 electric light 'dynamo. ��������� These  wheels receive water from Pool creek, under a head of 400 feet, by a Hume on  tlie hillside to a ��������� penstock", from, which'a 3tcel -rivottcd pipe If/inches in  diameter and 1,000 feet long, (lunged and bolted in lengths laid on the  ground, carries the water to the'mill. The mill building was capable of  receiving an extra equipment of stamps U required; and was to be heated by  steam from a special boiler. ��������� The mill was all ready to run in September,  1903, and was about to be stiutcd when an accident hapnened to, a valve on  the main water line, and causcd'a shut down uiitil, such could be repaired  Tho repairs'were "promptly made and the mill,, started up',curly, in October;  since which time it has been running with niu'eh regularity. Up tothe end  of tho year, approximately 2,1100 tons of ore,' mined in 'the course of develop  ment, was run through the mill and yielded , about i(il0 per ton, the yield  being claimed'to be 92 percent of the assay, vjtl.no. ' The. greater part of the  gold is caught on the plate's, but some concent rates aie collected, which are  worth,about $110 per ton.' The- plain bus not been'in operation long enough  to give reliable' data . as ' to the percentage of concentrates produced from n  ton of ore, but it is rouglily estimated at, from A to L per cent. -  t  Don't  ��������� ; i  FARM AND ORCHARD...  The Kelowna orchards will start  shipping cherries next week.  The strawberry crop at the coast is  ruined bv a'borer.  'main series, the quartz often'spreads out to much greater width, while,  as far,  as can be judged by thc,eye at these points of juncture,-thc mineralisation   is  greater, and it was icpo'rtcd that the assays, were" higher."  '"    The  Kills   to  the  cast  rise ������������������abruptly  above  the 'town* and already nyo  aerial tramways are in operation lowering quart/, down to two mills, which'  "have lec'cntly been constructed. The opportunities for cheap" and .extensive  .mining  are all "that  could   be. asked   for;' the  development work done has  shown" that theJ quantity   cf. quartz -available   for   mining   is ^certainly very  great, and;'furthermore, it is'known to be gold-bearing.     It   is  not expected  that  average   values  will   prove   to  be   high;   in fact, the  properties are expected to be large low-grade propositions.     As   far.as this 'camp is concerned,  the extent and permanency of the quartz veins may be said to bo satisfactorily  proven; they carry gold values, the facilities for mining are the  best, and the  -only undetermined factor in the problem is whafthe gold  values  of   the ore,  as mined and milled, will prove to be, and whether these  values   will   leave a  margin ol profit.   This factor should soon be determined now,,for two stamp-  mills are about to begin work on the ores of the locality, those, 'namely, fiom  the Eva and Oyster-Criterion  mines,  on   which   two   properties   the greatest  development has been  accomplished   and which may be considered as indites  of the camp. . t '  EVA group. ���������  ,  This group consists of the following mineral claims : The Eva. High-  Hand Mary, Highland Mary Fractional. Iron Dollar, Joker and Last Chance,  owned bv the Calumet and B. C. Gold Mines^Ltd., of which company, Mr.  John Knox, Jr., is local manager and superintendent. A description ot ihis  property, giving much detail, will be found in the Report for last year (L902),  itnd need not be repeated. The group is situated on' the west slope of  Lexinston mountain, at an elevation of 2.000 feet above and overlooking  Fish River valley, about half a mile t north of the town oi Camborne, and  slightly to the north of the Oyster-Criterion Group.  " The Eva Group had been previously held by   the   Imperial   Develop^.,! Vancouver,and mayor Keary  Syndicate, of Nelson, which had done a great de.il of, development on tn..*, "1=an-  , propertvf consisting chiefly of tunnels, drifts, etc., on extensive quart/ veins  The development work done would amount in all to from 2,000 'to 3.000 ie������t,  and this has' shown three or four main leads and several cros=-lead-, of l.irg*-  width, through which it is reported rich chutes have bc-u defined* by' .is-ays  And these chur..- -ne said to r.ir-y from *G to #25 in g..ld per ton. As far as  could be leainMi. ihe-efniich'iifiit-s weie usually   near   the   irirer'-i'rtinn   of a  Neglect  Spring  Which is* Nature's Warning That, There;, Is Something  Wrong With Your Health,. , Don't Oppose, '���������  '     / ���������     but Assist-Nature',  ' ...       .,,'!'''        > < ���������  J Build Jp,. Get Strong, Nourish thR Blood,  ������,"������������������     '' Tone the System.  ROOD TONIC  4*  THE  *3������  DOMINION  \ PARLIAMENT.  *���������,  '     ��������� .   .  Government    Gives    Railway  !'   ,. Commission Greater    y  * -   ',      ..Powers,   r, ''���������'<���������  .,  OtiiiVa, Ont.'/.Tune 7.���������The bill to  amend the Railway Act introduced  by Hon. Charles Fitzpatrick,' Ministci  of Justice, covers, points which came  up'during the discussion of the transcontinental Railway' Bill and give-  thc Railroad'Commissioners authority  over rates upon goods handled by two  or, more railroads.  Mr. Fitzpatrick sa'd he believed  that th'e Commission already had thi.-  autiiority but doubted^ if the coin-  mission would haveficontrol over the  rates "ol" railways running partly  through .the United; States, or ovei  transportation .lines'using the .lakes  as part of the" routes. 'The amend  ments'to the act provided for all these  points.    .   ., (t <,  Mr.-'Fitzpatrick said that the bill  also", provided for British naturali-  zation of a majority of all the ,boards  of directors of Canadian railroads.  '���������I  Till-: f'.VA  I-'LHMK  liriiiKini; in wnlnr power from Tool Cronk  main and cross vein, and it was suspected that the higher values were enrichments irom the cross vein, in which there was more visible mineralisation  and more visible free gold.  On this property the development has shown up an all-suflicient quantity  of quartz, with chutes carrying good values: tho average yield per ton remains  to be determined by the stamp-mill.  TIIAMLINB.  An aeriiti tramline, 4,200 feet long, connects  the mine  and   the  mill; it  LUMBERING.  The British Columbia lumbermen  waitt-d on the . government Saturday  and asked a customs duty of $2 on  rough lumber, which is now admitted  free, and 30 cents on shingles. The  ministers present were sir Wilfrid  ��������� aurier, sir William Mulock and  senator Templeman. The lumbermen werei represented by Messrs.  Weils, Hendry. Scott, and Mayor.- Mc-  Guigan, Vancouver,and mayor Keary,  New Westminster. The delegation  was accompanied by Messrs. Mac-  Pherson, Smith, and Ga.lla.her. Messrs.  Scott, Hendry 'and Wells addressed  the ministers on the necessity of  more protection to the industry on  account of competition from the  United States. Sir Wilfrid Lauri.-r  said the government would con.-kli r  the representation.  THE MINES.  The St. Eugene i- employing 2.VI  men.  The goserunient announce the  issue of licenses for the coal and oil  lands.  The bill to amend the lead bounty  act, to meet the wishes of the Associated Silver-Lead mines and the  board-, of trade of southern Rriii-h  Columbia, pas.-ed the Commons  Under the amended act, provision is  made for the" payment of a certain I  proportion of the bounty upon surplu.-;  load ores exported from Canada fur!  treatment.  The reportof the minister of miri'-s  for J903 shows total value of gold produced for year !|i.'j187:i,().'Ui1 of wln.'b  five-sixths was from placer, principally  from Atlin and Cassiar. The output of gold showed a decrease from  previous years of $8H,.'{7.'I, of which  $75,903 was in lode gold.   The falling  oil' is due to decreased output of the  Rossland eai'iip.    , . ' *  cThe Rossland Miner "ays : ''���������Fresh  from Poplar camp, George Pringlc  and. Stanley Sibley, well known Rossland miners" aie'foverllqwing with  reports ,'as to tho richness of many  Poplar properties, and with.confidence  in the forthcoming prospeiity and  magnitude' of "the', section. With  Howard Camerou-and-Joe Cunning-  ham, Pringlc and Sibley have located  a group of four clliinih at Poplar, the  v.tiniiedeiiiCi(iii,). Mammoth, 'Comntoi;-  we.ilih   and    Alma,   located ne.ii the  li'ilil Hill   t- wii.-ilo.     The in.veins  i-io-s the piopert.-. the oie being fuc  nulling quarts', fiom lifteeujo twenty-  nv.i lect in "width. ��������� , From , .-mall  sliingeis on' the claiuin lhe ownerb  have taken ii* minibei of inagnilicent  speciinens' 'of 'visible gold-beaiing  quartz."    c "     r  '"o^      ''  -  HIGH TRIBUTE.  C. P; R. Stock as Sound  In-  ., ."vestment.    ���������     a '"  A cautious juilge of security values  says of Canadian'. Pacific : "fn the  past twelve mo'nths C.in'adi.u'i Pacific,  in my opinion, has pretty nearly  earned a permanent place iii the investment list of American railroad  common'scocks. T formerly regarded  the issue as purely speculative. I  have seen it now steady within a  range of tlnec points, eliminating  dividends, over- a period of many  months, during which time many of  our best common stocks have swung.  up and down through a range of ten  to fifteen points. 1 have teen the  stock unshaken in ��������� the face ol'.ab-<  solutely the worst traflic leturns published by any railroad on Hie continent  this winter."' , ,  H. B. ST0NEX, -  MACHINIST   AND, GUNSMITH  Oppoiiti* Cuntial I Tot el. Revel-toko  L.iihe .iiul   Geneial M.itliini* Work  ���������'Pioinplly    Exi-riiii'd.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Pageti Prop.  Pt.impt delivery of parcels, baggage,  -ie. io ,tny p.ut of ilie City.  '  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  All onleis left in II. M. Sm\ l he's  Tob.icci> Store, or by Telephone, No. 7  will recf'iw- prompt, -ittrntion.  t A Restorative, Vitalizen \ and' Ideal  J  ���������   :      ,;, \Spring {Medicine  4* ' .'From the earliest time-it has been universally ack.iowledged that  X tlietiansitoi'ype.iod between Winter and Spring is tlie seed time of  ^ disease.'; ( '   > j. ".',,���������''' ,        *   ' , ''  %���������   '    We'Vxercise li'fs, probably bathe'less, iii  Win Lei* than in Summer,  ������S������ Vru\l,"bcsides, we'eover Lhe^body. witirwoollensand furs, thus prevent--������  4������ ing the elimination of poisons through the pores of Lhe'skin.        v  ,'    '  -  4������- Here you have'lhe cause of your tiredness.   'The different functions  J* of the body have noL been active. ���������,.'    ,.    " '   .-    ,i  X       , As a consequence  the'blood  is loaded  with   poisons-tin* whole  X system is contaminated with unhealthy matter.   The blood is so poor  &' and Ihin'thal it cannot possibly nou.ish lhe different organs, and your  X lack of strength is a" direct warning of trouble alidad. ^    (,  4������ It is imperative that you" build, up as'quickly as possible.    You  ���������=-f������ musL incjeast* your blood supply and make it rich and i-ed.    , ' ������  ^ The only wiiy this can  be. done is  by  using' Fen-ozone, which ii >"  4* acknowledged to  be the  most   eHki-nL Spring  medicine  ever com- to  *#* pounded.        '���������- .,, , >..        .- . .,   M r  4������ - u. . .   .  .  4������-!  . i,Tin* inarvi'loi'is piu-ifyijig and ,tonicf properties, of. Ferrozone an  4* quickly felt, because the blood is lit once supplied with 'the elements it  if* needs to become ,i'ic-h and red., it is ironized, vitalized, and.'rapidly  ^ brought to its noimal strength. .  X'1 The vei-y best ingredients for toning, up the system are contained' T  J! in Feri-o/.one, and if you use it you are sure lo get back your old-time J������  21 strength and spirit's. > ' .. ,  <|������ If you suftet'.fi'om debility, insomnia, nervousness, loss of appetite  4������ or any of the~symptoms of disordered  blood,   nothing, will so rapidly  ������������������ tone you up as this great food tonic, Ferrozone.    Its record of success- gfo.  <4������ fill cures, its recommendation by the  public, by druggists and doctors',  jfo  <������������ coinmends it to every tliinkmg pcrsoii.     ' ' ���������������������>  4*. You need ,'.Fei ro/.one to make you,.\vell. .Why not get it to-day? *|������  7* Sold by all druggists; price 50c per box, or six boxes for .$2.50. By *������������  ^* mail, postpaid, lo any address; if price'-is forwarded to N. (J. Poison & *������������  J* Co., Kingston, Out., or Hartford, Conn.. U.-S'. A. _ J*  i-milfdrr'  *  -     MANUL^ACTURERSROF      ,,,,,...     v       ,     *  HIGH EXPLOSIVES  Blasting, Mining, Stumping and Sporting Powders  Dealer'  in Electric Blasting Apparatus, Safety Fuse, Detonators, etc.  Orders filled promptly and carefully.  Sole Manufacturers of Nobel's Gelignite.,  Wm. Fleming*,  Wliolu--.il': .'iml Keliiil  . Meat Merchant.  Fish   find   Game   in    Season,  First St., Revelstoke.  DONT  MAURY, DOCTOR or <l.;-  |,.iir, "Don't <lo  a thing"  till  yon  -..������   Henrly  wli/tt -.  ! Iic-i lij- aiil f.r FlaHlillKhtB  1 on Human Nature, on l.c-ilili. din'iis-c. fi.vc,  mjirrinw.' iin.l |,Mr.!iitJit,-,.. T<:\\������ what y.m'tl n<.k  a .l.n'i.ir. I.hi 'lon't J jiff- I... '.'In |,:i������e~. illu-lral-  i-.l.'_'."..'.uiI���������<: Imt in .'iilrridiir'i it wu -ernl on.-  i-i.ly to anv ailull for [k.-Iio;.). Hi coat-.. M.  HILL TUB. CO., 129 East 28th Street. New  York.  SEE  Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese  find Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke of  useful     and     ornamental  -tides:  Tea. KurvictjK  I Mill os  IU.-kc.-lx-  Canu Cli.iiis  Hiiiiilkurcli'ufK  OOL.D  KISI1  Klowor Pols  Uinbi-ulla Stands  laincli llaskols  Smoking Jackets  Silk Goods.  Kinc  .tnlock of cnmlius nnd fruit in town.  Front Street. Revelstoke  Tlir. MiiiiliT Mechanic!s Pure Tnr Soup lifj.-ils  anil sofmiH lhe skin, u-lille promptly olrnn-iiiiK  it of Krenjc, oil, rust. etc. Iiivnliiulilc for me  clinnicH, fiiimcr-. .-.pen triiicn. Free -ample of  receipt of 2c. for po-fiitfe. -Albert Toilet Soap  Co.. mniiufactiirers, Montreal.  PATENTS    and Copyrlehts  ' obtained in nil countries.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical Attorney and Knginccr.  Room .'1, Knirlleld;Hlock, Granville st., ne.ir I'.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  postcard will secure an evening appoint  ment for those who cannot call during the day  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  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ERADSHAW, Agent, Revelstoke  W. P. F. CUMMINGS,   Pociflo Agent  {~i  a.ii-.ii|i-j  |i:iyLllAU.l,| THE KOOTENAY MA LL.  BOILERS  ',. '   '        .AND ���������'   > -,     i'\  ENGINES.  1   i          Saw Mill Machinery , (  Wood Working Machinery  Machinery for all purposes  All of very best makes.  '\Vrito '       -' ,  J. L NEILSON & CO.,  602 Main St., Wlnnipog,  Chamberlain's  Remedies.  Chamberlain's Coagh Remedy.  For Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whoop,  ing Cough.  Price 25 cents; large size 50c  1      o        , Chamberlain's', Colic, Cholera '  ���������' /.   and Diarrhoea Remedy.  For Bowel Complaints.' Trice 35 ceutit.  -  .,      <*>    -. . .  Chamberlain's .^Pain Balm.  An antiseptic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, Bruises, Sprains and Rheumatism.    Price 25 cents; large size 50 cents.'  1 '    t. '   ���������������������������^���������^���������  Chamberlain's Stomach and-'  Liver Tablets.  ' For   Disorders of the Stomach, tiivet  *nd Bowels.   Price 25 cents.     -   r  Every one of these preparations  is guaranteed and if not fully satisfactory to the -purchaser the  moDey will he refunded.  WRAPPING   PAPER   AND  ���������  '  "'PAPER'BAGS./   ,  The Kootenay Mail'has been  appointed   agent -for/one- of-  tlie  laigest .Canadian   Paper  * "Mills.      \���������       ���������' 1-   '  ���������  Wrapping papers, in -rolls or  flat.-and paper clings of nil  weights and sizes supplied to  0 order printed or imprinted, c  "���������  < Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.  Halcyon Hot Springs  .Sanitarium. .  TLIE MEDICAL'-WATERS of Hal-  ���������cyon aie'the most curative in the  world". ArperfecLxniituiaU'einedy far  aH'Neivbus iuid'Muscular 'diseases'  Liver, Kidney nnd -Stomach ailments,  nnd Metallic" P.oisoninR.' A sure cure  for "That,. Tired fFeeling." Special  rates oh all boats and tr.nns. _ Two  mails airive 'and depait every day.  ' Telegraph - communication"..with . all  parts ot the world. An experienced  lnassanger.   ��������� ''  Halcjron Hot Springs  Arroitt JLaKe. 3. C  In The World!  Don't be satisfied to work  along in the same old way  for low wages. We can  help you carve out a suc-  cessfiil career. Thousands  have increased their salaries  by following our plan. We  can train you in spare time,  and 'at small cost, for any  of the following positions:  Mechanical, Electrical, Steam, Civil, or  Mining Engineer; Electrician; Surveyor;  Architect; Draftsman; Bookkeeper; Stenographer; .Teacher; Show-Card Writer;  Window Dresser; or Ad Writer.  Write TODAY, utntlncr which position interests jou, to  INTERNATIONAL  Correspondence    Schools  Box 799. SCHANTON, PA.     -  OB CALL ON OLIt LOCAL Bltriir.SE������TATIT������l  O. J. WILKES,  Box 762. Nelson, B. C.  'iraxrixa ������cMCEHBi(iCT3ia������Ci:  Synopsis of Kogulatlons for Dlsposal'of  Minorals on Dominion Lands in Manitoba, tho Northwest Torritorios (and  tho Yukon Territory.  Coal.���������Coal lands may bo purchased at  (10 per aero for soft coal and ill) lor anthracite. Not moro than S'10 acres can  be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate of ten cents  per ton of, 2,000 pounds shall be collected  on tho gross output.  Quartz.���������Persons of,eighteen years and  over and Joint' stock companies holding  free miner's certificates may obtain entiy  for a mining location. ',  A free miner's'eertlllcate Is granted for  one or more years, not exceeding rive, upon payment In advance of $7.50 pei annum for an Individual, and fiom $50 to  $100 per annum for a compa:iy,"accorUlng  to capital.  A fiee minor having discovered mineral  in place, may locate a claim 1500x1500 feet  by marking out the same with two legal  posts, beating location notices, one at  each end on the lino of the lode or vein.  The claim shall be lecorded within ill-  teen days if located within ten miles of a  mining iccoidor's olllce, one additional  day allowed for every additional ten  miles or traction. The foe for reeoidlng  a claim Is $5. ,      ���������      .  At least $100 must be expended on ,the  claim each year or paid to tho mining re-1  cordei In lieu tliei oof., When $500 has oeen  expended or paid, tlio locator may, upun  having a survuj nude, and upon uuiii|ji������-  lng with otliei 1 entitlements, puiclmsu  tho land uC $100 an ucie.  Peimlbslon may be granted by the Mln--  Iscer of the Interior to locate uunua  containing lion and mica, also copper, in  tho Yukon Territory, of an area not exceeding 100 acres.  1 The patent tor a mining location shall  piuwclu lui- tliu liniment ot u lujtui) 01 -J pel-  cent ot the biilca 01 the 1 lodiiulb ol tlieloeaiiun.  Placer Mining, Manitoba and tho JN.W.  T., excepting the 1'ukon, ��������� Territory.���������  .Placer mining claims generally aio 100  leei square; entry leu, $5, renewable  yearly. On- ��������� tho North Saskatchewan  Kiver claims for.either bar or bench,rtue  former being 100 foet long and extending  between high, and low water maik.-Tne  latter Includes bar diggings, but extends  back to tho base of the hill* or bank, but  not exceeding. 1,000 leet. Wheic steam  power Is used, claims 200/ feet wide may  be obtained. ���������    '     *  .Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N. W. T., excepting tho Xukun  Teiiitory.���������A lice miner may uuiain only  two leases of live miles each lor a teim  ot twenty years, renewable 111 tne uiscie-  tlon of the Allnlster of the Inteilor.  1 The lessee's light Is coniined to the sub-  'merged beds or bars of, the-river below-  low water mark, and subject to the lights  of all pel sons who have, or who may le-  ceive entiles foi bar uiggings*-oi Uenon  claims, except on the, Saskatchewan  Kiver, where the lessee may 4uiedge to  high,water maik on each alternate leasehold. ' 1  , The lessee shall have a dredge in operation wltiiin one season from the date of  the,lease lui eaeii Hvp miles,'Dut wheie  a pet son or, company has obtained moro  than one lease one diedge for each lif-,,  teen miles or li action Is sufficient.  Kental, ������1U per annum for each mile of  river leased. Itojaltj at the late of two  and a half per cent collected on the output attei  It exceeds >10,o0O.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory.���������Six  leases ot nveJ miles each may be granted  to a tieo miner for a teim of twenty  yeais, also lenewable..     ' _    , '  ,'The lessee's light is confined to the  submerged bed or bars In' the river below low water mark, that boundary to  be fixed by Its position on tho 1st day of  August'In the year of the date of /the  lease.-     ;���������-.     <���������_.''   .->/        ��������� ���������  r"The lessee shall have one dredge in op  eration within two years from the date  of the lease, and one dredge for each  live , miles within six years from such  date. Kental. $100 per mile for the first  year, and $10 per mile for each subsequent year. Royalty, same as placer mining.  Placer Mining in the Yukon Territory.  ���������Creek, river ,gulch and hill claims shall  not exceed 250 feet in length',-', measured  on the base line or general direction of  the creek or gulch, the width being from  1,000 to 2,000 feet. All other placer claims  ili.ill be 23u feet -quiii e.  Clahns are marked by two legal posts,  one at each end,, beating notices. Entry  must be obtained within ten days, If the  claim la within ten miles'of mining re-  coi der's office. One extra day allowed  for each additional ten miles Oi fraction.  The person or 'company staking a claim  must hold a fiee'miner's ceitlflcate.  The discoveier of a new mine Is entitled  to a claim of l'.OOO feet in length, and If  the paily consists of two, 1,500 feet alto-,  gether, on the output of which no royalty  'shall be charged, the rest of the paity,  ordinary,claims only. ,  "'  ISntiy fee, $10. Royalty at the rate of  two 'and one-half per cent on the value  of the gold shipped from the Yukon Territory to be paid to the Comptroller.?.  1 No fiee miner-shall iecelve a grant of  more,than one mining claim on each sep-  eiate river, creek or gulch, but the same  miner may hold any number of claims  by purchase,' and free mlneis may work  their claims In partneishlp by filing  notice and pa} ing fee of $2. A claim may  be abandoned, and another obtained on  the same creek, gulch'or river, by giving  notice and paying a fee */  Woik must be done on a claim 'each  year to the value of at least $200. '      '  A certificate that woik has been done  must bo obtained  each  year;'If not,  the  , claim shall be deemed to bo abandoned,  and open to occupation and entry by a  fiee miner, *  The boundaries of a claim may be defined absolutely by having a survoy  made and publishing notices In the Yukon  Oillcial Gazette.    '  Petroleum.���������All unappropriated'Dominion JLands In Alaiillobaf the -Noi ih-wost  Territories and within the Yukon Tenl-  tury aie open to piospectlng 101 penol-  eum, and the minister may reserve for  an Individual or company having machinery on the land to be prospected,  an area of 040, acres. Should the prospector discover oil In paying quantities,  and satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area not exceeding W0 acres, including the oil well and such other land  as may be determined, will be sold 'to  'the discoverer at'the rate . of , $1.00 an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate as  may bo specified byorder-ln-councll.  Department - of the Interior, Ottawa,  Fobi-umy, 1801,       / ,r ,'   ,  JAMES A. SMART    ,  j,Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Mceli every Tuesday  overling In Selkirk  Hull 1 at 8 ��������� o'clock.  Visiting bicthren cordially invited to attend. ' :  t>:. K. ADAIIt.X.G. ,   J. J1ATIIIK. Sec  Kootenay Lodge  No! IS A.F. &c A.M-  The 1 egiilui'iiicctings  tire held in the Masonic Temple. Odd-,  Fellows Hull, on the  tlmil   Monday   in   cneli month at8p.m.  -- Visiiinj,' li ret In-en  coidiiilly welcomed.  'C. .\.:i'ItOCUNJKK,LSKCUi.'M������Y.  To Trappers'  t ���������r' ' *    '     " I  " ' 1 (       O  Raw Purs Bought '  '*���������    Cash Prices Paid  F.    B.    WELLS,  ' Exporter-of Furs.  Best Milk in Town  '     1 wnnt, more customers for milk.  Residents, in Wind 3 prcfeirctl for  'r   ' convenience of delivery:^,' r-  The Cleanest Dairy in the City >  ' The Government   Inspector also  certilies' I linvc tlio richest milk  *   in tlie oiLy., <g   "  "  ������ RABpUCHESEr - <  Douglas Street,     --,-.'   Revelstoke.  Piofessor Osborne, M. 'A., ol Victoria Uiiivei.-ity, 1ms an article in the College magazine on Briti->li���������Culiiiiibiaiiii which he write.- thusly of thi? hostehy  so well conducted by Mr. Padmore, thucoin p<i 11 y'- liinel.maiiitgcr: '     '   ������  ,"At Sicaiiious the Canadian I'ncilie Railway Company lia\e a simply admirable hostelry.' it, with the station, stands 011 the veiy veige uf an ap-  pare'nlly small, but, really extended mountain lake.1 Hilncith .your veiy  window, in the night silence, you hear the'plash 01 wntei.-, 11'iul fiom the verandah of the hotel you may step into a biint."  The Bevelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  , TIME-TABLE     -  (During bcsi&oii of high'water.)  ' THIS' IS NOT EGOTISM.*  '" 'f - I ,y,        \ -       ������ ,'  " We believe we know our business.  Our, business is to help you do your  business. We supply upj-to-date business, means and methods.���������money'  Siivinir devices and how to use them.  Leave EiGii'i'-JMn.i: Landing each *��������� '  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY at 6 a. 111.  Leave La Pokti: each" ^  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY at 2 p. m.  SPECIAL TRipS will _be made between date's of regular sailing whenever business'ofVeied"warrants same. ���������  " The Company 'reserve  the  right to  change time and days of 'sailing without notice. " -       ' ,.  A. FORSLAND,    C. D. .BACIIER,  '   * '���������=.' s Master.   ' " " '  Pmscr.  EH  LOOK   TO    YOUR  PRINTING  TUNG-WELL LOOSE-LEAF LEDGER.  Loose Leaf Files and Ledgers wth  lilniKs specially ruled, printed, perfot-  Aled and punched to suit any style.of  binder. A>''    t    ���������  '' '     , t ��������� i  ' '        TEN-GIVEII. TRANSFER FILE.        i  Kootenay-Mail Publishing Co. Limited  ,   y   * REVELSTOKE, B. 0.,      ~  Have it .new and up-to-date  Get good paper and .workmanship by steam power  Get your  Printing' done from  o  New Type  on New Presses  * 1  No matter what clas-r of printing: you require we can do it for you  Loose leaf accounting systems a specialty  NO BETTER BBEAD  In towncthan thatjrin.den__J.J-  at   Smith's   Bakery,  and  Cakes of Every Rind  Agents for the Celebrated  MONSOON TEAfS.  M.A.SMITH&CO.;  McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke.  J. Guy Barber  JEWELRY  DIAMONDS  WATCHES  and a  complete line  of the  GENUINE  "1847  Rogers Bros.  ���������������  Knives, Porks,  Spoons, etc.  Eyes carefully examined tail  properly fitted to the best gadm  of glasses. ���������    ~  C^D  BLANK FORMS   KOll   Mining & Legal Purposes  Transfers, Options, Poweis  of Attorney, Statutory Declarations, Proxies, etc., can  be obtained at the  ..Kootenay Mail Offlee..  DAILY SERVICE.  -    ir 1  Steamer York to Run on Okan-  , ���������'   ���������   - agan Lake.  ������ '      -i  " It i������ stated that dtirmtr t!:e coinmu  fruit season the (J. P. R.��������� will' establish a daily-;service ��������� on Okan.igaii  Lake '/' Th'c.'e' is now^a daily tin 111  seiviee to Okanagan Landing,'and the  rapid Ilevelopmeiif'of sebtlejiien't on  the lake has created more traffic than  can be -handled by' the Aberdeen,  which   is Vfrequently    very  'late   ;ih  g'etting'in to the* southern   points on j pai tnient ivill alto arrange for; a daily  thelake  owing to' the time taken to|mail service to I,ikeipoints.-  liainlle the - iiipidly   inuieiiMiij;  caigo.  With the fruit suasqi: coining  on and  the demand for the daily  shipment of  perishable   fruits,   the   only   way  of ,  meeting '���������ef)uiroineiits   is'  by   atdaily  bo.il to ������ii|iply i\hich it  is  stated the  steamer   V01 k   will   bo  brought into  ictiui-iiioii   during ^the   fi-'iit season.  I'he'Yoil; is a twin-'-mew-tool steamer  tin.     him    been    lying, nt   Oknna������nn  Liuidiiig sinco sliuiwi -.out' lo relieve  the sie.uner Abeideen   dining   repairs*  ,   ~ ,'   ., ~ '.        *        .    ,    ., 1-  to th.it boat two ve-fs ago.       ���������  '  ' ������������������' o '   '   .        e  '"��������� With the establishment of  a ��������� daily  ^boat it'is'to jbe .hoped" the  pustal'de- ,  '.itsj"  S*^'.  INDECENT  LETTER.  Arrowhead Man Charged With  -.-   ���������    * Serious Offence.  Arrowhead, June 0���������Tlie arm of  the law le.ichea aMong way sometimes  for those who* commit'1 breaches of it.  Some time ago Ge.nge-MeLeod mail-'  ed an alleged immoial, letter to a  young -giil m E\ciett, Wash , horn  Arrowhead, B. C.  The matter was lefcrrcd to the  authoriticajtt Washington,"!?. C , ������ho  communicated with the federal authorities at Ottawa. ' The federal  government in turn diiected the attention of the British 'Columbia government to what had been donc.J  ���������^The young man -was"arrested and  brought bcfoie Stipendiary Magistrate Ci case for examination at Nelson and the case adjourned to allow'  of the iutorney-gcneial being repic-  scntcd.   v.   '  '   For a Stiff Neck.  Or any soreness in the .muscles of  the back or sides you can't get anything half so good as Ncrvil.inc, the  most powerful liniment made. "My  neck was so stiff I couldn't turn it a  quarter of an inch," writes Fred T.  Baldwin of Portsmouth. "I had it  rubbed with Ncrvilinc a few times  nnd all tlio soreness and stiffness disappeared. I don't know another  liniment you can depend on like  Nerviline; it's splendid for colds,  lameness, and can't be beaten for  cramps snid internal pain." Try  Neivilinc yourself.    Price 23c.  POLITICAL.  At a meeting of the cabinet on  Saturdiiy tho Govcrnor-in-Council  resolved to call Hewitt Uostock, o!  Ducks, formeily Al. P. for Yale-  Cariboo to the Senate.  Referring to Premier Motilities  breach of faith with Stuart Henderson the Tribune says: "Within a  year,    Stuart    Henderson   may     be  dancing a jig /in the oflice now-  occupied hy Premier McBride. His-;  tory frequently repeats itself."  .The 'Kootenaian   remarks :_.   "Premier McBride has once  again demonstrated that.he is a man * devoid of all ���������  honor; honesty or integrity, ,as, far as"  the same of politics is concerned."  The Rossi mil Miner says : "If the  libeials remain in power the West is  sure . to got a new transcontinental '  railway that will be a real competitor.,  with the C 'LJ..R. If the conservative3  come ;nto power the West is sine of  nothing except that it' will not get  the Grand Tiunk Pacific. The West  will take no chances in the matter."'  W. A. Galliher. M. P., is endeavoring to secure the appointment of an  b.tpi it to enq'une into zinc production  and treitnient; the free admission of  hydio-lluo silic aeid; the imposition  of a duty upon rough lumber: cooperation with the United States in  survey of K.iotei-ay river: the creation 1,  of a mining dep.11 tment at Ottawa.   _  The Tiibune (consor\ative) s.us:  "The soonei the Gi.uk! Trunk Pacific  railway is built from end to end, the  better it will be I'm Canada, nnd it is  the duty-of the Libeial-Conservative  paity to hasten, not letnid. its building, now that an agreement for its  building is to be a law of the land.  No party, in a young and growing  nation like Panada, can hope for  success at the polls if it stands for.  non-progroasivenes*=. The Liberal-  Conservative policy of progiessivencss  made Canada a n ition, and the party  must not go back on it- lecord."    ,  Are All Women Pretty ?  Quite an unnecessary question, because so many women have such poor  complexions. We want to tell all  women with pale sallow cheeks about  Kerro/.one, which quickly imparts  line color and gives the skin a clear,  rich appearance It's pure blood that  makes line complevi'.us, so by producing lots of virnlmm: blood, build-1  ing up the debilitated >y-tem, increasing the circulation Kerro/.onc quickly  brings the glow of health tofatled,  cheeks. It's no tumble ht all to  beautify youi 1> okt���������simply use Ferro-  /one.    Tin it.    Pike 50c. ai druggists.  ' ' 1  c.      ,       .  o ��������� -��-*-(   a ritf   *!.���''���,!
'   '" t        r>���
lust opened at "the    '*'
���B. C.
rive from Vancouver, leaving here
at 9.25' a. in', 'each'.day. ,,On and
after "Wednesday two east-bound
trains will leave Vancouver daily,
leaving;"Revelstoke at 9.25'a. m.<
and 24.05 p. m.  ,'   . ,     '      ','
,   Tlie contract for construction , of
r* I
the Arrowhead, "Ilospitalyhas been
awarded 10,11. J. Ballard, of Revelstoke. ,< ' '    ,    ;   <
���On Thursday a  Chinaman   was
''f     ' ji 1.
brought into  Revelstoke  suffering
from a broken 'leg,Hsustained' while
working at Sicamous shingle mill.
Dr. Graham set the limb.,,       '      ,
I     fi L I"
Examinations' for, matriculation
in Mam 11'University, were held here
on Monday and- Wednesday, Dr.
Sutherland being.superyisor./There
are 'five-candidates, Bessie Lavvson,
(J race Monies anduMaud Hyatt from
Rdvelstbko school,"and *\V. J. McDonald offtho G. V. \l\ shops.  '
V      'O (.     * ' ' ,
"At Ihe'svnbil 'meeting' on" Wed-"
nosday ;Archdeacon Beer .pointed
but-the curious fact that the school
the secondary symptoms:,gout, rheumatism, carbuncles, etc. Hardly any
disease is so little understood, and'fat
the same time so insidious and dangerous as Diabetes, which; according to
the 'highest modern ^ authorities,f is
curable after all, when treated in time.
If interested write to the Diabetic
Institute, St. Dtinstan's Hill, London,
E.C.���for freC'information. ,' 7
Social7 & Personal.
rr F. C.' Carter-Cotton , has been ap-
pointed president of,the,council in the
McBride cabinet, i       ' ' j    '    v
'Alderman Frtote has been 'elcpteil
chief, and 10. 13'. Adair, assistant chief
of No. 2 fire,brigade.   ,.'r , " *    ',..,<
Tho marriage' of W. Gi;awforil to M iss
liable Lade will take place at' Camborne on 'the Ii���"ith. V. y iy >J''
, ,       . .*��� ,f    -*t ���
Mis,��cs Smith andn Atkinson "eutoi^
tuinctl at a picnic on Satuulny tlib pupils attondiifg their classes at/the city
the erection of a building, which it is
estimated will cost about $5000. Application will'be made to tho Presbytery
for a minister, and if this is;i'cfused a"n
appeal will he taken to Synod."!'
(Continued lrom'Pnj,'C Fivu.l
-,- >
* rJ " ,r,(lKAiiAM���=On Wednesday, .June ,Sth,
u ��� it j /_" ,fto Dr. and Mrs. Graham', a '.son.,
i"., ** "\ kan���On Wcdiifo.-.diiy,'.Juiio'.Slli,'lo'j'lr.:
' ,,\T '       <   - midairs. Kae,,!! daughlciv'^ ,*' si'
L-ChOOl. ',, ,
Mr. Boyd, of /geological survey,, arrived this week to. complete the Dunv-
lavv classes tho clergy .w^ith-Indiansloan bC'elionithU summer.1 Mivdlrock
and idiots in* beiiig^prc'cluded from  joined him .today!    "      ,   . ' \, '
ocal .and General
J~ rrThe water  inr" Okanagan lake is
unusually highithis season. ' ,, '   ?v
-. i_ .'Counterfeit quarters ,and 50 cent
pieces >are in  circulation/ at
,'.    ,* <--    ���   *��� i   ,      I
���coast. _ <���    i
membership of * school,' boards. '  A
���I *���      ! i %
voice':-' "(And Chinamen^." Agnostics and infidels wore admitted*
to these boards a'nd.* he considered
thei "clergy ,t should at * least *, be
entitled to the same (privileges. -"
'" On'Monday   TV 'Dbwnes's^ road
(      -t "t*7'! ifr^^4 ,
gang left for'the'Bend armed to the
teeth with'the latent typerof 'wea'p"-.
ons, and vowed'"'death on the bear
that should crosVtheir'-'patli.'' At
the boat, landing a bear and her
cubs had the2audactity to approach
the armed forces,, whom a "China-
v ' /Freight  traffic' on ,tbe  C. P. R.   ���an shocked very much by 'taking
''���through  Revelstoke is brisker'fhis a stick and kil;li9^1, ��n? of tbe cul^s
1  Qtj'    iir
-spring'lhan it has ever'been. ' , *
yOn Tilesdaj^ nfofning i-No. l'fire
Jirk'ade- 2ot a call,' the !cause of
��� Which,was a burning^chimney in
,V,W- h\r. 'Nettle's house.', l<^~ ',
' iff.." /Phajjommittee, in 'charge of*, tlie
*' "' recreation ground ,is  putting up a
';   grand stand 'with, dressing rooms
.     ��      ,'    -   - -   f -^    ,     i
,  andflavinsr on/aLsupplv, of water.
,j. t       .'    *       i~    ,    *     f       J     G -  - *
-- Dr. Cross-hlis^kindly  given-a
I steamer
bringing^, it   on
board    the
The   sportsmen -vowed
vengeance on the bear and scoured
the mountain side'but .had' to return gameless a nil 'chagrined that
a chinaman.'with a ''stick should
have ''been-'able' to' do-more than
they with ! their, latest invention
in gunner v. /   j. ',       ��>
Business Locals.
>��� ,*  -.
��� 'Read C.'BMIumc & Co's atlvt. on
Rfst page ot this issue. + T - - u- ,
/Sec Moscrop'Rros' 3complcte stock'
of electricaHight supplies and littiuga.
You   can   get ,any thing you-want in
this line. "        *'  -       ,      ������" "."
*>     ^
PineStationeiy at Bews' Drug Stoic.
- Travellers visiting "T-tcvelstoke will
find tlie best accomodation at 'thi
Central Hote'l. Abiahainson  Bros. ,, *
Prc-criptions accurately filled with
the purest drugs at Canada' Drug and
Book Co. ��
Revelstoke   ;nid   Trout   Lake   city
lot-- for sale.    If. N. Ccur-.ier.
Two \\ell, fiu-uisbed dwellings  con-
13., A. 'LnwMjn will represent 'the
Revelstoke Ride Association at the
provincial meeting of rifle associations
to bQ.liold at Victoria.,, ' \   .��� ��� ���    p'
���.The St: -Andrews Willing Workers
purpose holding"an .open 'air-concert
andrf'entertainment./ on the chruch
grounds on tho evening of .Tuh-'lst."''-'
-J. Laughton, proprietor of -.the Un^
ion hotel," returned* Saturday accompanied by hia1' bride, and has since
been receiving the congratulations and
good'wishes of his friends.
J^'' Pi ,.'i^1i,clL91LilLtI',bjl"' li's(. return -
ed froin'iittbn'ding the British Columbia Pharmacy, association, f wheic he
'was elected,Vice'-President for the en-,
suing year." \ rcji-cpofts a" large, finect'"
ing and drug business in the province
in a prosperous condition., r --      '    ,
,The Phillau-inoiijdSpciety is "entering,4'on ta*. su'ccessful cai-C3r:\ The
practices, arc *_ well i attended. /NoVjt
m'onth an entertainment wilPbc given
consisting of glees 'tind'paft singing,
and "'Pinafore" """is beii)t!*'put on
rehearsal for production incSepteinbei
or October. '��� *        - *   , '<, '
Sir Wilficd Laurier proposes visiting
the Yukon.this summer. *'Thc Ecvel-
stoke Libend fAssociatioii should4,invite Canada's grand bid "man'tfto stop
otV here iind"givo-him a^ right royal reception as he passes fcliroiiffli. A*b,iii-'
qiictrhcre would be attended.by ���liber-
al.^fimu^all-'p.trtsf'of *-Kobtenay-*'and
Okanagan." s f ���".        v ��"      ".
T'h^e  C. V: R. ��*sbpps  here have
-frf^'.ver been operated more euicientlv.
���t.-id,smoothly Mhan .they now afp.
t   id   a .large   amount,   of>, work   is
VA \" turned out!     , ^ x.--    >
U'a'liih Smailc5, of Greenwood, re-
poi l\ he   has   interested    English
*- capital in construction of" the Mid-
'"way-Vernon" raihvay   and that the
���work'will be carried through.
''As the result of the investigation
' oulorcd by tlie Dauriergovernment
*  into the employment ,of, American
\   engineers on" t.he   GranrlVrunk in  venicntk situ.UciL    ,Vl,I)lv l0 ]r. A.
.preference to  Canadians. Engineer   CouWier. , *     "       '     I -liccee(ls -1{t!V- C. Ladner in  charge of
* Kyl.e, who \va,= responsible,for this, j ' Best*-S.u-s.ipm!I,i. an excUlentW.ti-!' tl,'s church, arri\cd   from1 Vancouver
, tendered   his   resignation f in > the ' and blw..<L ].uriiv.r, .-old at Pews' Drug Thursday, and will conduct the mom-
Grand Trunk service. ' ������"       | Store. - ' j ing and  evening   services'tomorrow.
1 The new twice a day through ex-)'   When'wai <���,".(���� u.  Revel��t.>Keh i*. [Tlie reverend gentleman conies with'a.
press "service   will be  inaugurated j cl;ie C,enrr.il Hotel biu to jakje yotrt..l high, reputation  as   a  "preacher I and
:on theC. P. R.'on Wednesday next. Ia   ^<",od   not��L     A"brahnm��ou    Br..-    U^m:    f'        ^^ ,^
,Two  engines   have   been  added to \ Fr^,?- \     "     �� ' �� ���.    r     ,' , ��-���f'    L
., -. ,    -,-,      ; .  -,       . L-rawnV'    Pai'-r.-,   Tr.iring   Cloth.!     Hif   Loubhip   Bishop-fDontenvillo
th&~ equipment :at  Rovelstoice   to ��� . ..       .ft -. .-1     '   > =��� ������    i ���   ii   > -t   ,-,-..       ;
,'    ','     . , ,    Indian   1^ fet and   Color.- ,at  Canada Sarnveu in the city,Pridavand rem.-un-
pioviclo , the  increased  power   re- * ...       -���,  ��*. ,, >��,i fni Ar^na,,-     hr, ���,.���,���i��i ���   t.   v
1 t     ...       .   .        {_ ...   . . Hiug.iml i.u.ik Co. c i   i en tin .Monday.    MIe preached in the
*     r-Ve Mo��cr<ij> Km,, about your   -up- jchiueh hereon the occasion of ithc first'
ply of garden  -,o-e.      Thoy   have   - n 'y Taiiuiiiioii of the children on Sunday (
[ at ���> ��,rn  and .'il��o again n't I0-H0 him-,-, j
[ tlw children  -inghig the  nin-i-, them
ST.   I'ET.TJR'S. v ,
The Bishop held a confirmation
service on Thursday evening, llcvs.
i^olly and Procunier assisted in the
service, and his Lordship preached.    __,
���     .MHTHODIST. ' ,
��   lh\\:  C.   II.   M." Sutherland,   who
the laity were 'Strongly opposed to'it
and one* of his churchwardens told
him if such a,schciiienwere adopted he
would have nothing moicto'ido with
it., ; v ".;, ���''-. ,\ y��it 'f;;'
Highly complimentary references
to Mr. Graham's-ivcrmon of the r previous ^evening',were made !,by ,'Jlr.
Yatesrand others.' *       ,'i     ,   ,
y Voles of lh,inks,,were passed   to''Mr.
I.iiy, of NeUon, for his .-ei'jvief's to the
diocese as treasurer, and'to Rev. C. A.'
1    ' ' i.        **'/ i'
Procunier, and   lllur, people  .of  'St.
Pelers church for1 their   hospitality' to
members'of synud duiin&'their visit.
Rev. Mr. Robins'suhmiiteil   ininuto
. *��� . .*���'*.
'ol   coiniiiiitee   on    Bishop's    address,
���- *    - >-.     -      ift     "  *
'culling ���ntteniion,   lo   ilhu   dioecsnn
library at Nelson,.*'acknowledging
grant of $1000 'fiom 'M. S. 6.0. and
,1'econimeudiiig, th.it socjety to ,their
people'for,sufipoi't, the greater use of
thcr catochi&m'i ami * lir.iver-boo'k " in
Sunday Schools. ' lhe r'proinoCiou /of
lectin es". on .church 'history" and acknowledgement' io ' the S.J P. G. foi
dona tion'of XL000 to diocese. '-'   S
'*    *      \    WOMH.V'S AUXll.lAliY.  c��}.r ���     ,-.
-�� Rev."Mr. G'rahan'i /,urge"d -the *for-
million of, branches of, the Womens
Vuxiliary in   panshes',raiid �� missio'ns,
ind a rccommcnd.ilion  was  liaised in
- ���* '       i      .,
"j.iua n{ ibis. ���    l     i       - ���.(p'     * f
f ,     "   ' * Til i: KM). ' ' ,-  ,    "i,
, The .-yiioclf eoiielii.led,' WjtliC anf cn~
piTv-ioii of, gi.il itude, I.i 'Cod fprjhis'
whieli i hey had no
i heir mid-tftl.p di'.rese had, been ui'
ai ,|.io-'perous ' condition,"^and.' ^ tl.c
n.itiiui had been I't'i'e.ieo. \v i
(, His, Lordship1' pioiiouneing
benedicion the'svnod dispersed.
g~y        '  ~i .]"
���',,''"'   -   ���
8 '��CBff*/i AH
Now is the time to buy your garden
tools, our stock in these is' the larg-'
est ever kept' in the city. '' A few'J
*T\   <">   t '"   /
things , needed for spring :���Hakes,
(     1   ArflllC
���dJoes, Spadcs,"Spading Forks,
:*. i uyiSy
���1 * ' *      ' Sprinklers, etc.   , ,   \       t,\
Besides these'we have'.a large assortment of
(Which we inunfcTgeif"rid of 'at'a reduced'
���rate to make room for otherj goods,- which
arc arriving daily., .Hedge Trimmers,
,Lawn ,Rakes', Kubber Hose in'all'sizes,
Lawn Mowers in two ditt'eront kinds arid
y\   four sizes are among tlie many.
Bo.sure and see our tools before purchasing
Koh a i.i. Kinds oi*
Union-Made' at
lhe   past, year,    m
'iii-.'s   by death in.
y Tailor. :!
���./riic only place in'tbwii you Ciitf get it. f     /   *'**"
,   ; .Lacrosse.,    -i7-
Ifhe executive committee met Satur-
night.  - Monday,' Thuisday^ and
'Friday w'Sroi appointed as rpracticc
nights. 'Arrangements ;wcrer. made
with Arcrn,on'to p'lay here on Juhc 22!
'-^v,4!.' V,BasebalL ''-'"-- .v-y
y~AT mcctiiig \vas ""licld'last night~tbr
decide oif arrangements,-for July-lst.
If the game docs not'come oil' at ICam-
loops there will be some ariangemctits
made to have some team play here.
qnired<:    On Tu.-dav and \Wdne--
dav onlv one train   a   <l,iv uill ,n--
Increase in  Values for Year
.   / . .$58,846.    "
* I-T. Flovd,,asse��sor. submitted to
last, meeting of council teport
showing thu t land assessment of
oilv to _,bo $o55,S51, an increase
over' la*t year,of^13,09".
The valuation for improvements
K !r'IM>2lO, an incrVa'se of .fi-lg.-loO
The total asses-oil value of city
property is >|j5S.G-!G over last'year.'
.'Aitr. Oi'isN- For Youit JxsiMiono.v
r*    ' >y,     r- i     "'  .   -
-,-17 BOM ' Rich  CnloiiuK*!  in.iriill   and
��    l      Itouiu Do-iyns In  Dainty (Jlianilioi
UllocK   oui-jStooK-  iiuil  Pi-icos sliimUl
_v   niool, tho mu-,t oxactinj; roquiiomont,3. y
R. Howson & Go.,
! Purnitupe Dealers.  Pictui'e Framing:.'
Undoi'takeps & Embalmeps.'
Neatly'and ;^f^::Koot^ay
Expeditiously,,^ f,)-,,"' J,,-'
Executed<at,l  ^H Office.'
' y *P   '13 A B BIT 'YO y.R'- R K A RIN G S o VVI 'U H   ~-     :\ '
-A. e: BOAK .,.
has opened in the Cowan   Block  the
bcfeljnake^ of silverware and'cutlciy.
Agent for Raymond  Sewing Machines
Pianos ami Oiu.uia ����ltl ui cxcIi:iiikp(1
tiiibd stki:i:t.'   ���,-.��.,-     HRVULSTOKIC
OiiAs. !Sam Woe
l^NTKRS.- BiL' B.-nil Laimbei
Co.,'Lid., AriiHvli.'ad. 13. C" '
j aale tl.^ b^'=t lioat! in the city.
'   M.  A.  Buekham.   ha-,   imported
lat'o-,t thing in Souvenir-
art plate.   They are the
is a colored
lieautiful line of,ioe.il photographs  on p"!u-'---     ln  cii.-  cm
gelatine.    The view-,   are   plain    ami '��'>"hriiied a cla-s ni
.'colored, and ��>>me   arc- framed  in  n i the children
I mannf-r   that  makes   them  .��p"cia
. See the new KJj<l,ik�� .indiC.uner.is at
the Canada Drug .mrl FJouk Cy'.A. dtore.
beeatiac they arc views of the mo-t
beautiful --pot? in and around the city.
They  an-  photographed  on  celluloid
\   not   fade
.     Only  a
. f
come ;
I i
r g,
g soon.    T
Hood in
v__</ ffi  flv
icie are
Subjects for Sunday. June L2th.
morning- ���' Chri-t ernr-ilied, with it-t
te.ifthiijgs.'' eveiiing- ���' ft i- fiuiiheii  '
'pvki: s'orrci-; tint ��... hh> v.iic r..iiuai)ii
1 L imh.'L- Co.. of ,\" ikii-ii, intoiul lid day- 11 oui
flute t.^iii.'.iU' lo lhe C"litest ('onimK-iimor i-f
in.-iii- f-"""'1- ll"l Works, for p.'i-.tu���ion lo |hiijIi-iso
{. llio muliTinciifcuiiio.l ti ict ol l.uuhuoiniiionciiiK
'Ulltr the Bi.slfip i "t a i)>-t o-. the S mt'i Li'mit on the ('.iliiniliin
, _ , , . , ,i mill VV'u-ioril R lilway, nljout luill-.i-uiilii on-t ol
I.), and fiddl'C.-.-ed ! VVustl.-y Station, in��rkcl  Valo C'liliiniliiii Co'-.,
i N". K. tjorner. riiiinii^ lliunco -onth 2i) cliniiis.
I hence w-">r ^1 chain-, fhuilcu norlh II cl\,-iin- to
C. and \V  K.iilw.iv. tliuiico east nlnni,' the s'lid
railway h0 chains to p >; it ol coinnu-neunu-ut.
Ilitcil at N'al,n*|it I). ('., 11 iiv Isl. I1HM.
'   v J. 0. HI LUNGS.
���        *- ^ Seeret.-iry.
ANTFD-A-l.u-jre lire-proof safe.
vooLen.-iy     Mail    Pulili^iiu^
Company, Revelstoke.       t~ " , .    -
WANTBO -TWIiir.VIS Fii.-t, vClass
ilABI'KNTI^RS. eiirln. monlh-'
.voi k.-waoe- I0e. p i-hour. Apply J.
Kei-n.iuh.pl, ItevelsioUe.        *       ,  ,
-Mattings.    Oilcloths     Linoleums, i     Ti"'',:,J"��nutteeappointed to nn-ange
Crockeiv   W'-.tro  at  John    K.   \Vnod',If,,r  ll   *lt"  >'"'   !l��i"ther    fre-bytfii.tn
inonl b.
ANTIOn���I5xp..!ieiie..d DINING-
ROOM OIRLjii   (nice,  $'3I) pel
John ll.'floi', Nakusp.
< ' r        "-"   "'
.(Opposite Joss Mouse, Gold Hill Motel
ANT Ml") i-
10 R
onee.     Apply   Vnl
(loluiiilii.i, Lilinbei- Co., Wi'hlly. I3..0.
Ft-.rnitilie Store.
'church  in  R.-velrtvke   have pnrcb.i-.d j vrf>TU K i- hereby kIvpii  tliut.:��) days unci
' i\ ..'bit'-, I Intend Innpplv to lhe Honoi ililo
/-,     r     ...... . . . .      .      ��� .,   I. *^   ,. ....... ...    r r>   ..i . i  ��- '    *ia.'-, i niieno i*. appiv 10      .. i onoi iiitu
C.  J.   Wilke-   is   starting   a   black- , U" !utH 4t ' """���;l "' ""f'1"   iv.-nile ���,i.l , the Cliiet Coiiiml-imiei of l,,nd and Work-- for
smith and repair -hop* at the rear of! '"'irst vH"��'i oppo'ite W M l.avwn. < .-,
his lot on  Fir-it-stieet. , j re-'idenee. for the erection of ,l c|.|u.-!i
The Big Bend 'Lumber Company thereon. Arrangements an- 'being
Arrowhead, advevti-e for millmen and ( mad.' t-.obtain the ii'Ce^j.ny fund- foi
caipentcra. I : r-~-	
A full line of B.istnian's fCudtiks and I
Iipct.il l,c.,n-e to enl and Piun- imav limlier
from lhe fallow int.' de-erilied liinds, \ i/.:
Situ it<-on lhe Upper   \rrow   Lake-   ahmit :)
mile- north of Nal.ii-|i, ahi.ul I  mile I" the
ea-t shore of Ihe lako. and joiiiins'oti Ihe north
phi I eoni'-r of the K. and S tinil.er limits.-Inrl-
lui,' al H p'wl marked C ('. IlilllnKs' S. W.
Corner, nmruntr theiici. (>nst SO chain-, lliene.i
norlh -i'i .-lotiiiH, | Immh��� \w-t Si) cliniii-. tlinni-u
��mtli SO elminJto point of commencement more
or I'i*. .
March 'mtli. IfliH.
-v tun line ot hastman's Kodak.-* ami i M /\Crrr\r\     Drnr
Camera-just opened at Canada   Dnitr,/TlUSCrOP      DlOS.  .
'"         Sanitary   Plumbing, Hoi' n��t"<iatN.kn,p.u cum.
Water & Steam Heating.
Pipe Valve Fittings,  ���
ANTED���A BO.V to make
;i.neinllv usel
Mail Office.
^Painter. Pa'perhanger
and Sign Writer.
ISstim.ilus iri\on for all kind- ol lioiiso p liiitinir.
Oiduia for l'apcihans'iiif; and Kalsmainini; will
iccciio inoinpl attention.
1 ,   i
���ADDirrcSS : P  O. IIOX 252. oi
SECOND J5T., Behind C. P. R. Shops.
Ordeis loll at .1. W. Itotniett's, will ho
I>|omptly attended In.
inn Book Co.    Call and -see them.
I'arasols and Cushions for fJo Ciirt-
nt John K. Wood's  Furniture Store
When you want a niee h<A: .it
-rationery see the now stock.it tin-
(aiHilda  Drug and Book (a.'s. Store.
One of the most useful Institutions
ol today promises to be The Diabetic
'Institute of London, established for
scientific   icseareb   into   the   origin, I C^��^��� .1   Oi        j.    n l   i    i
liabetesandf^eeoncl Street, Revelstoke
c, c, iirMii.vos
Electric Lamps, Door Bells and
Electric Fixtures ^ Put In.
cause and   trctitmctit of  D
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke.
Kail of .Mol-miH llanli
First Street,
For yoiu- meiils. Open tiny and night.
Meals ile and tipivaid. .Special weekly
i.lies.    Oood set vice niiai-aiileed.
YODO FUJI I, Pioprietor.
Owner.s of dogs within the City are
leipiiied to pay the tax on same by
June l.'ith ne.vt; after which date tlie
Bound-keeper has instructions to deal
with any dons, on which the tax has
not, been paid, according to the provisions of the Bvlaw relating thereto.'
I City Clerk.
Revelstoke, B. C, .May 20th, 100J,    |
I.Siiccos-sor In Ilr. C��ny.|  .
Gold Grown and Bridge
Work a Speciality.
Dental Parlors over Bew's
Drug Store,
A"'uin I'-'piijAm,,


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