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Array jfrovmci  ..incial Library   June$9  Vol. 8.-N0. 9.  REVELSTOKE. R ,G, JUNE 7, 1901.  $2.00 Per Tear.  Come and See Our Beautiful Display  of Spring Merchandise.  BEAUTIFUL WHITE GOODS,  '.."' '      Fancy   White    Mublins.  , Laces,   Valancines, etc.  All-over  SWISS.& DIMITY MUSLINS.  A most beautiful assortment of these  fashionable goods in various colors at $  ���������ii, ijl/y 20, 25 and 30 cents.  UNDER SKIRTS,  Mercerised Sateen  colors���������All prices.  Skirts  in endless  EASTER GLOVES.  Wc sell  the famous Perrin's.Gloves'  --���������Once worn always asked for.  BOYS'BLOUSE SUITS.  just  to- hand  the .finest shipment of W  Boys' Blouse  Suits.    These  are the g|  c best made  in   Canada, and don't rip ||  ��������� ' ',..> anywhere. '   '  P  1 MEN'S CLOTHING, f '���������'  -. -. J / j - *.-  'We-'have-  just; opened  up--a   large"  rajiorc of  beautiful; "Satin-lined, ��������� All-:  wool' Scrsje'-'a'iid' Worsted Suits! and  marked  them  awav down.* . Call and:  see us before buying elsewhere.  0 ��������� -      *      Incorporated by ucL uf Phi liaiiipuL 1865.  HEAD OFFICE - -        '   MONTREAL  . W'ji. Molson M.vuPiiEnsnx, rVea.     S. II. Ewixa, Vice-IYus.  James .Elliot, General..Manager  PAID, UP- CAPITAL -'        ��������� ' - . $2,500,000  'RESERVE'     '   ��������� ��������� ���������       .   ��������� ���������       2,050,00c  gotiontl-banking business tronsncto.l.  Interest allowed on deposits at current rules.  P, MACBETH, Manager,  REVELSTOKE, E. C.  Fortry   Claims   Recorded in One Day.  Interesting Story ,of the Free-Gold  ������ Excitement at Comaplix.  [cOXTlUIiTTKIJ.]  The gold excitement here is just  as keen as ever, and a lot of men  are out in the mountains staking  claims on the gold belt which is  now known to strike across Fish  Creek, taking in Seven Mile, Nine  Mile and Menhinick Creeks, going  through Sable Creek and thence on  to Isaac Creek.  Seeing the'amount of good, gold  properties on the west side ot" I^ish  Creek, it was only a matter of time  before it was found on the east tide  ���������also, and although it excited, it'did  not surprise anyone when the strike  was'reported,  '���������  AX LVTEKliriTING stfORV.      .   ��������� '  The manner in which the present  strike of free-milling gold was made  is rather interesting reading, and I  give-it as given to me-by one of the  original four."  It seems that on the,11th day of  May four men���������W. J, Butler, Dan  Cameron',   Owen.   Rowland    and  Johnny Deroce'were travelling up  Menhinick Creek with the view of  staking  some   extensions   on   the  Sunset mineral claim", and when a  mile and a half up the creek, one of  them picked up a piece 'of quartz  which.was studded all over with  gold,   The, trail here runs at the  foot of a ridge  or hog-back which  they found was caused by a- quartz  ledge cf extraordinary richnessfand  the vein-being harder than the adjacent formations naturally'stood'  higher. They, proceeded to prospect  theledge and stake claims for oach  member of the party, but as there  was  considerable  snow    on    the  ground   they agreed' to keep   the  matter   quiet   for   tyvo   weeks   by  which time, the snow'would be gone  enough  and they could make all  the choice locations for their friends.  Alas, for poor, weak, human nature,  One of tho original four., in   the  'hotel at Camborne that night,  .TILLED UP OX LIQUID JOY,   ..  let the cat-out' of the bag. He displayed to the assembled prospectors  and minei'3 chunks oi gold quartz'  which dazzled their eyes and made  their mouths ��������� water. They picked'  out all the infom a tion necessary  from the joyful one, and then wait  producer, is very bright, and there  is no reason why prospectors should  go to Alaska for gold when we have  abundance at home. ' *  Phil J. Hickey Speaks of Effect Low  Prices Will Have on Slocan.  Phil, J. Mickey, manager of  the  Ivanhoe mine in the  Slocan camp,  was in the city over night.    At the,  present time the Ivanhoe is practic-,  ally   shut   down,    including    tbe  modern concentrator erected by the  company last summer. It is doubtful when operations will be resumed.  Mr. Hickey is somewhat pessimistic  as io the immediate future of the  Slocan."   At   prevailing   pi ices for  lead on the London market, where  the-' Canadian product is marketed,  the'   silver-lead producer only receives about $1.60 for his lead, at  Jerist this was the sum  netted by  ML Hickey on his last shipment of  Ivanhoe ore.' At the figure specified  the margin  of profit is so small to  the miner that it does not pay the  mines   fo  gut their 'stopes in an,  attempt, to  do business.   Nor,  in  his opinion, is tho market likely to  iniprove,at an early date.   Even  the   American   Smelting   Trust is  beginning to feel' the pressure of  over    production    and ,   limited  Jamestown Looted by  a  Commando.  Small Guard Fought Bravely Killing Many Boers Before ihe  ��������� Capture.  South'Africa for one year. ��������� He has  been given leave of absence ior this  period", his object being to return to  the Canadian service and earn-his  superanuation.  to  their  n.  rooms, ostensibly- to  Nelson Boys. Indulge in ihe Sport  Forbidden by tho Council.  Tlie   reputation    which   Nelson  fought .to establish for itself its a  Godly Sabbath* observing city was  .'battered  to- flinders  last Sunday.  Those bad- boys played ball again,'  and played on lhe " village green",  too.    The hill* reverberated with  their yells,; and the afternoon snooze  "of at Last cue cf tho city dads was  rudely interrupted,     The Sunday  ��������� fchools h'ad a surplus of girl scholar?) and the street-car traffic to the  park was a penny-reading concern.  All of which might have been overlooked had the Nelson boys played  to win, but they allowed the Kcd-  men of Trail to distance them'by  five lapF.'    The score stood 9 to 4.  It is said  the game was put on by  consent of the mayor, and his denial of any complicity in ihe mat-  ler is taken with' a grain of salt.  " All deacons are good���������hut, there's  odds in deacons," says an old New  Lngland proverb.    The sentiment  applies to mayors with equal feli'  city, particularly to Nelson mayors  a 11 cl it is' amusing.to*note the differ-  tMice intwo irien'ti conception of the  powef; vested in that oflice.���������New.  ��������� DwvwWgs.' .''."���������."    '��������� ' f  J. II. Hdliinsmi lias again taken over  Hit Quern's Hold.    '  J, J. Sinilli has started a lmrlu>r  Slll'ijl ill tile.' ll'Tilkl hlock.  ,  The Climax Ileiti'l is now opened  fur  business in nil hratu'hes.  c k  .Tnyloi fi George  Iiavu just opened  out. ri fine shipment of gents'  lies nnd,  ladies collars.  Jeilin E. Wood nnnnunct'S hisiutiii-  tinu uf opening it fiirnidiri! store in his  ik.hv Muck thi* Iirst of iii'Xt montl).  LightniiKi in Pekin.  Pna.v, June 6.���������-Lightning yesterday struck a building inside the  gate of the American end of the  Forbidden City, causing fire. Three  buildings were burned, though the  American and Japanese Guards did  all possible to prevent the spread of  the' flames. A heavy rain saved  the Forbidden City. ' One of the  buildings burned was a library,  containing many valuable manuscripts and numerous - historical  records of the Dvnastv.  Ililherln Ihu iiiTCHintniit work of  tire Western and Pat-ilic* divi.-iem* h.-n  lit-cii dune at Winnipeg Imt rnivv the  work of ciich division i.s to lie cleviu' in  that divi-ion, so that, an accounting  department  fm   thi' Pacific divisinti is  jjplii^'-ctfi'ii'blJ^tjt^ ������t  e  sleep, but in reality getting out of  the hotel-as quickly as possible and  heading for the gold strike. Some  were so anxious to get out without  the others knowing, that they let  themselves out . of the bedroom  windows, and ticing the bed sheets  together, Jowered themselves to the  ground. ' Next morning tho cook  prepared breakfast for fifteen men  only io find they were all gone,  even the proprietor.  a jjici day's i:i:coni)JN(;, -���������  "When  tho news  reached Comaplix and Thomson's Landing, those  towns promptly emptied themselves  of till their male idhabitants.   Yesterday forty locations of mineral  claims were recorded in the government office at Comaplix.  .   There is now no doubt of an exceedingly  rich gold  belt running  through the Lardeau.   It has been  traced from Lardctui creek to the  .headwaters of Isaac creek, and has  some phenomenally rich gold mines  on it, of which it is only necessary  to mention a few such .'is (he Eva.  Oyster, Criterion,  Gulden   Fleece,  etc.  o.v Tin; i;va  there is over one thousand feet of  tunnels, up-raises, etc., and there is  enough free-milling gold ore in  sight to run a twenty stamp mill  for two years, ore which ' has  averaged across the face of different  tunnels -too, $69. and $18.  In some cases it has been possible  for prospectors to make good pay  by pounding the richest ore in hand  mortars, and panning, and several  of the owners who are too poor to  buy stamp mills are talking of  building arrastras,   On 'the whole  markets, and has issued .instructions to the producers in tho Cotur  d'Alenes-that their output must not  exceed a certain tonnage per week,  and that all shipments in excess of  this figure will be  refused at the  Birieltcrs," ,    When . .the   Oriental  market- is reopened 'to American  and  .Canadian   producers   by the  restoration.of normal conditions in  China there is every indication that  the.-demand/orjead products, stimulated by-,the lack-.of .supply for the  couple of years during 'which'Clr.iia'  has been in turmoil, will 'exceed in  activity anything yet seen there,  and the silver-lead producers will  have a return of their old prosperity.  Until this condition-of 'affairs is  brought about the mining industry  in the .Slocan  is likely to bo confined to a-few of the -principal properties   in   the  'silver-lead    belt,  " ,rli  although the producer,  will, of  of dry ore,  course, have a  ready and  profitable market for all the ore,  they can produce.  Mi'i Hickey does not expect that  the federal subsidy on Canadian  lead will exercise any-substantial  cL'cct on the silver-lead industry in  the immediate future. At best he  believes that its" influence will not  be'felt.until the refinery is erected  and ih operation for a time, and  that even then the .mi new will not  be benefited unless the smelter  people are willing to' shuro the  subsidy) as under the conditions of  the grant the smelting interests are  in a position to add the total sum  of the subsidy to their profit account.���������Kossland Miner.'  Loxdox, J u 11 0 0���������_.������������������ Ja m es to w u, a  village in northern'"Cape"ColoiTv,  distant some thirty miles due south  of Aliwal North, on the Orange  river, was captured by a Boer force  yesterday. , The Boers ��������� looted the  place but were speedily overtaken  and defeated,with heavy loss. The  loot taken by them at Jamestown"  wits recaptured.  The first announcement of the  affair was received at the war office  from Lord Kitchener under date,  Pretoria, June 4th ;  "Jamestown (Cape Colony) surrendered to Kritzinger's commando  on the morning of June 2nd, after  four hours' fighting. The town  guard and' volunteers we're overpowered before our columns could  come up. Our casualties were three  killed and two wounded. The Boer  ��������� loss - is ��������� said to have been greater.  The stores were looted, but the garrison, was released.'r  " Have placed General French in  charge of the operations in Cape  Colony."  This despatch was received late  last night. , This morning the following was received from Cape  Townl  "The garrison of Jamestown,  Cape Colony, which surrendered, to'  KriLdnger'^v- command,-- Sunday-^  2nd," numbered "sixty mqri.ni ail;  'Kritzinger's force-is estimated,; to,  have totalled one thousand men.  The British killed twelve and  wounded fifteen Boers before they'  were overpowered by-numbers."  'News of ,the heading off of the  raiders- came by way of., Aliwal  North, the ' Boer force having evidently headed for the Orange river  after' getting a supply of stores.  The despatch says:  '' Aliwal . Norlh, ' Cape   Colony,  Steamboat to be Subsidized.  The 'ratepayers of the city by a  vote of 64 to '27 011/Wednesday decided in favor of granting a .*3000  subsidy to the Revelstoke Navigation Company 'for the placing o,f a  steamboat on tbe Columbia river  which will afford transportation-  for the Big Bend district.  M/ork Commenced  Yesterday and  Will be Pushed to Completion. '  'Road'Superintendent'Killecn has  been in the city this t week making  the necessary arrangements for the  completion of the work on the Big  Bend wagon road. Yesterday,, H.  Donnelly; who will be in charge of  the'work, started out with a force  of men and it is the intention to  push the work so as to be in readiness by the time the steamboat ���������  commences operations, *  ANTICIPATED.  Executive of the Cannerymen met  by fisliBrmen's Union.  AmbuliMCQ* Callod Into  Use This  Morning for the First Time.  Ilnlii'i (-*(iii JM.iitlicw--, a niiicliiiiist.  working in llii' 'C.I'.It. .-.hups had the  fli'i-L and sci'ond (inguivs and lliirnili of  his li^ht hand sinn-dii'd, lhi-< morning,  hi-iniC caught. Iiy lliu steam li.iiiiiin'r  vvliili! straightening n pii'cc of slei'l,  The anilrnlaiice was culled out and lhe  unfurlutmlc young man removed to  I he I'l'sidiMice of Fred M inning vvhi'ie  his wound vvas dressed hy D.\ Cross,  mf 11*1* which In* was lnken lo the station  and linn 1 ded a freight iniin lot1 ICain-  loops where he vvill gu into ho.-iiilnl for  livnl mi'iit. Mr. M inning act'onipani*  eil him, Malt hews came heie from  Toi'Oiito iiliinil two inoiillis ago.  Climax Hotsl.  Tuesday; June, 4.���������Col. _ White's  column came in contact with.Kritzinger's command- northeast of  Jemestown,'On June 3rd, drove the  Boers back, capturing fifty horses  and some munitions, and recovered  the stores looted from Jamestown."  Jamestown is in the heart of a  rebel'district, and the raiders .unquestionably , received every aid  from pro-Boer colonist?, ���������  London. June 4.���������������The action of  the Canadian government in tendering the services of a mounted  infantry regiment in South Africa  is greatly appreciated by the home  authorities."  Notwithstanding rather, serious  fighting of the past week, there is  nothing in the situation in South  Africa to .cause alarm, and it is  stated in colonial ollice circles that  the answer'of Mr, Chamberlain* to  Canada's offer will be that,for the  present the British government does  not consider it necessary to accept  the services of anv more colonial  troops,  Ottawa, June 5.���������Tn connection  wilh tho press cable received to-day  from London in regard to the Imperial   government'.^   declining  '-'" The Vancouver; World oi 'Tuesday says:.. While the meeting be-,  JAyeen1 the salmon canners and'the""  ,.0.shei;men  vtist'erday afternoon and  *cvenirigyvasf6'f "a private nature, it  was learned, to-day (hat a defiiiiiC  ���������proposal was made by the cannery-  men to the fishermen.   There were  four members' cf the Fishermen's  Union   present,   and    the   whole  matter of -thev- season's  work -wes  gone over by them and the,, men> ���������  bcrs of the cannerymeivs executive.  No formal proposal was submitted  in writing,.but the. idea of the cannerymen was that 12 cents per fieh  should  be paid "during July, and  after that negotiations are to be reopened, supposing 'there is ajieavy  run.   There'is'a tendency to ar:  range, on the cahnerymen's part,,  the payment of 10 cents nfter'July,  unless there is an extra heavy runt  The whole matter was discussed in  a very friendly spirit, and the men  on both sides express the opinion'  that there will be no trouble in  coming to an arrangement" for tha  season, .  One'of tbe members of the Fish*  Union   who   was   at the  meeting   yesterday   called ,at   the1  World this- morning with (he following notice:    ���������  A special meeting  of the British'  Columbia   Fishermen's   Protective  Un.ion,   Vancouver   Branch "No. 2,  will be   held in  the Labor Hall,  er men's  Homer street, on Thursday, Juno  6th, at 8 p.m., where business of  importance' to fishermen will bo  dealt with, All union fishermen  wiil take notice and govern them*  selves accordingly, ���������  This representative fishermen  said that he was not,permitted to  (0 mention the terms of the sugges*  tion made by the eanners. Ho,  said, however, that he did not think  this suggestion, as it stood, would  be accepted  by  the fishermen, ai-  accept another regiment from Canada, it may be said that a,cubit; to  this effect has .been received bv tho  militia department. .  It refers to   the proposition  of | 'hough it was for themselves to say,  Major Moritt to raise a mounted ��������� H������ X\not consider," however, there'  Messrs.  now   gut  Dufiont iind Ceii'iiihu; have,  lliej Climax IJnlel in full  The, building i.s well (un'iislieeJ  throughout, anrJ contains '21 bed rooms.  A first-class liilliarel mum, about. 35  feet Kij'iiii'i:,' has heen provided ami i������.  fitted vvitii an American hillianl unci  puiil tallies ami an English billiard  tabic; which is out! of the. best lo he  found in the province. A nice, bar  lias also heen (iited up, handsome mirrors adorniiig.t he re.ar wall; ' The dining room is on (lie ground floor of  the  tbc.f^furc ���������# this���������ea'flijp as; a 'golflj.n^v jibftibh tf \Kq 0������jNjng;  infantry regiment in Canada. '  ,Major Merritt is a Canadian o/i:-  cer and was ��������� formerly adjutant of  the Governor-General's Body Guard.  tA mining, .engineer by profession,  he was engaged in South Africa at  the outbreak of the war. He joined  that famous irregular corps, Brabant's Horse, and rose to the position of second in command. lie  distinguished himself in many actions, notably at the defence of  Wepencr, Upon, his return to  Canada he made the offer, to raise  it regiment which .the imperial  authorities have now not found it  necessary to accept. ..':. .,  Ojtawa, June 5,-r-Colonel Steel's  prefojit Mention is-tci remain'in  would be any difficulty in settling  the matter! for both sides wanted tu  work* this season, and the cannon*  were very reasonable, He thought  they would make a better proposi*  tion than that already mentioned.  The meeting on Thursday will no  doubt be a large one. "Thequestion  of rates, as well as of the limiting  of boats, will then be taken into  consideration, and the ' delegates  will go back lo the meeting with  the cannerymen and announce the  decision.  W. J. Young, of Vancouver, nitlvcd  in town to-day to take a chair in Joe  Morgan's liarlrer sdicip,.  .'Mr.|Voung',jg.  siiitiioijN firft-cji-i, wViHiB.iini-  1 K.ju THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ZTbe IRooteha? flBaU  I'L'Jii.isiJKn i:vi-:kv j-'kiday.  "        ���������.vi ���������  ii~7-::toks, B.C..  ulwcrlntio:!   Prlsa," S2.0D   Par   Annum  Ai)Vl-;*:';'i.-jIN"0   ItATJiS   quoted,   on   npj>li-  . U-lllull. '  ' jo;i I'llINTIN'O fif cv-t'i-y lrinil nt most reason  utile r.ttOf iiii.l .-liortc-.l tiolice.  ACCOUNTS for job printing or advertisinL  lnvniilo (ri Hi'-' Hr-������t of every iniiiilli; -aib  sia'ipLi.ai- pi.v.ib!.' -vi-ictly in .1 linage.  COIHlKsPOXIilCNCK invite;! on nil innltei-  of luo il or imlilic niluiT-t. 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Bu-ine-s was postponed from meeting to nu'eiing and never completed  ���������a system which he deprecated  -cvcrely. lie said if the recommendations of the byhw committee  were lo be put off as they had been  he would res-ign bis teat on that  committee'.  A    rUT.sr.VNTIAL    SU111    litis     been  granted for the provision of new  school building? at Revelstoke. and  wc have  to  urge  that  the 'school  trustees, and citizen:-;- .generally  .shpuld;represent,t6fthe;fg6vei'iiment  ;the desirability of having a brick  liui Id i ng'y reef col. y.One:*Ahu)g;rthat  [Revelstoke fnccds'ymcch/ is, Ayyinorc  VuhSitin't'i'al.f;cla-ss '���������=.-;..of 'buildings.  Speciallyfin,the ^business'section of,  fthe cityy Brick* buildings;for f:busi-  ness:and^pubi;c 'puvporesfgivef tiiv  a i r o f r pi i da r i ty a nd >:t Ine tofa/city*  lhat it;doesfhotf'otherwisefposscss.' 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XfXfXXX^'Xi^-^^P^XXiXf.  ,'^  /; rjciniiiy'toh IJrop.; 310 Brqatlvvny. y**yf,    i-iyPX  Vf,,f. py '��������� X.P cmcmiynofiXyiPiXPip:y  'f\'''..yTri'i-: KooTr.KAv OJ.vn. lias a fli-st-clnss fs'.iy  iA. ciiliitleni   iii' tliu.i'ilvyfiil'.  l;uyel-<liilvu.'iiiiil'Miii--,  f yi-oiiiiiiin.^  disli-ictviiii'l   also   uly'l.liu, l'ullovvin'g.-  .,yfli'!ace-s-*':f..fyy -''Vyf/ff'^y^^yy^.'^yf-;';���������;;.:,,:;  .Vff'ff'Ailicji'tfOiuiyoii.fy''fflllefcillovvaefc : yYyfyy  ....���������'���������" -������������������ (Jliiciur >:;���������.:':''���������' y',y ''l.otfcr-s.l.'i'is.-,"..' ������������������,.;-.��������� ,;-...,  y'��������������������������� *.'.*."'.-.'Oeilik'-ii- . ���������:..''���������'A,���������'.',':- '��������� .Hiilniiiii'Ai'iii'f.y--".-,. .���������,;...  :"' 'Ai. (fA'i'i*ehv*li(iii.l' ��������� i'���������'"���������'-'���������'��������� i'"J'heiiii.siiirti l-iiiiding;"���������'���������  .; .1 f:f,y('('niiilil'ix '.��������� y"y;; . :���������-���������- C'liiiibeii-nei , ": ; ;,, .',..;  ���������iy'i 'frrbnt; i.iiUo City f YyKoigiison l;y  :������������������*.*     lliilcyonirotapi'iiigs NakttsjV  ������������������'."'liii'i*ieiir"Ciiy: vvfyy, .   i'iio Vti'ley.Yy  ,*       -.*  , X HoNv W. f 'Q.' ���������'���������\Vi:i.i.;s, ;;ccnimissipner"  of, hinds andv:w6rl^,ffcxpresses.';fthe;  hope thafcihefpebiile: cf*Pevelstoke:!  fwill not-befbehindfhand .in*,, having;  ,iiieii\'siea^  -upper river.ift'ra'lvjohrly.''clatc.f ylle,  poihb out;ft;lvao,:tlic,.gbvernnientyvare,;  ,incurring^a;fA;e],'y; large fexpeiiditure  inyOpehingyfuptJie;vBigYBe,ndv cqun--y  tryj;largely^oiL thofffaitlv' tl?at;"the  'people-'.of: RcyclstokefwilL provide'  ;t 11.3;-"' s t e n. m o i- ;f; a ^' pro ni i c e,'j ,���������_. -���������; iiii d.; *.-.ii ef.  ���������,suiC3,reiy''hppe3f;.tha'^  WiVbylii;teh'\abq.tt^  iS'Rdvelstbke'sfopportunity an'dfthe  rfislcjeivts of'/t'liisY eityf ���������should ;fhclp  thp^pjjicjccfvfput^  Iionded their pi-operty to an English  company whose expert will shortly  ,u rive, from London to examine the  propei I y.  Messrs. Woodrow, .Mcintosh and  ���������Johnson who are inlete.sted in the  Silvri Shi'-ld c-l. lini on Keystone  Moiinlain, have made an arrangement  with.J. Nelson wlreie.by, in the event  of the sieainei I iriog put on the upper i  liver, I'i In 100 tuns of oi<: -sli.ill he  packpd from tliit anil the Silver 13ell  claims for treatment at the Trail  smeller this season. Transportation  i-> what is wan ted to make the Bund  come to the fiout.  congenial and a suit for divorce follow,  -he is lo waive all claim to alimony."  There liaMi't bo far, been any rush  hy healthy i\omen under 30 years ojd  to take, young WVlldun with the  siring on him attached by this last  ceindii ion.  yARGR   AND    WELL  "^^S5 hot air arid clcctr-l  ARGE   AND    WELL    LIGHTED^  fleated by  ric  bells  and  light in every room.   Free bus meets all  trains.      .  REASONABLE  RATES.  Night Grill Iiouni in connection fea- lire?  e-oiivinic-iicc of gin'ols arriv ing in,el eli-  pai'tiiiB by irrglit, trains. Hourly street  cm- between hotel anil .-taliorr. ..  JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR , REVELSTOKE, B. 0.  azsa  *  !  SavesXTwo from Death.  , ������������������'��������� ''Oiir'yliule'fdaiiijlit.i'i' haclfan alriihstf  .o-itiilyallaeil of* vyliiiopiiig; C'lirigh ;riiiel  fi)i'(inchilis,:'yvvi'it''s; PM'i'Pi 'zW.-K.Uiivtt-.  f;i miL of* A riiienilv, N.V., ���������"I'f.iiiii- whefifall  ���������oiflic'i','. reiiifdics  failed,   vvey wi'yeil. her  11 ft* . vv- i t IV ffCii'.vf Kind's New. Disctiyery.  Oiiif nii'ci', vvho had Consumption in'  yari; ad vanc.'cd si ni^e,, ;,-iI.sp fiiscdfl his won-  :irei'fii'rf|ii(',(lie'ii.i?.; .|intl,.:'to.da,v..-;he is per-  feej iy^vvcll." P DespiTate , I hi'oatfrifncl  ���������'���������liiii},r diseases yield, to.fDr.iKingV New  fDiscovrry asylo -no ei'tli'erfiueeJiciiie'on''  yearlli. I n fal rijileffiirf Coughs '(indUnlds. ���������  af>.*. vin(1������S1.0!>f I icVi (.i(-s >?iia r;i n li"e-cl f I>y ^  :ilie.p.iiiada.;Di'U^.f;iiitl:L.iok'Uimipaiiy.y  Tiiaifhotllcs free.', iA ��������� iii, 'P'y: ,A'iyi.yf  .';���������''  ���������CANADIAN CONTINGENT EXEMPTION         ACT-S.".  ; v LL relurneil Sonlli 'African 'Volunteer*,  r\ who liiivo iiotalre'ael.viliiiinsoiii'i! n-(iiic'f.|-  Oil toi^oiiiiiiiiiiieiiile witli (lieiiiKlei'sigiied vvilh-  oiit delay, as iilsovllie  next, ot Ion of IIkisc  ;,vvhn,liavc iint.'vi't,i-cl.ilflicvl lo Hrii.isli Coliiniliin.  for anv : nthui' ln'ivotn Inttfniitii.l in ".'iiilniint  in'opcrticshelil Iiy such Volunteers,   The latest  , ilnto pas-iililo for* n'etiiviii^ 'a|i|il!ciil.l'in*������ for  I oNctnaUoti mirier the above .Acts will bo the  1st, July, proximo./'Y?f yf' .yiyy-'y..-������������������';���������/���������';;:.:������������������'  Z"'''Aiy  " \   lilCIlJltD;.Mull������IDK.: f ������������������ '  p Zy- ���������'������������������;    ,f * Y     ii. P; '������������������ f Mliilutei'of Jlincs  '.���������Dppiirlni'p'ntof Mines,",;'"��������� ���������'���������.:���������'���������'.."/y-Aizyz  iy. Vieloriili'll; C.-f 3l*tl!JllllC. lMh   fvffvy  ;;rrf ff AV.ff;ClftOSSi,yJL/:D.ff:f; ���������'��������� '.ff'f'f zxXxX  'Xo. XiiyPiX: ���������X.-���������XX 'yiAi'AX- ':ai Xr:y  fBUllGEONTO'TlTKC. r.'R.j CITX,fUKALTl]  '''iip'.ii"' iP'i iXi:XPwicmyp :Xy''''v'iiii.'P"  P. ?Onieo:'1'nyloi^Bloek',fMaekerizie Awonfiicf fff f  ARA-EYf'&^McGfV YtlElfXXXpA  fVvfyfn.VUniSTJi'IlS.iSOUClTOnS/ETC.vvvY:'  ���������"'Okkioes'': 'y31bLSONs'flfiANic'f Jlifocicv*-JIuvei.-'  yy..  ���������������������������''���������''"'y "y������������������'.sfbrCEy M-'t;.'f���������-.���������������������������'. v -���������������������������' .';������������������-.��������� ������������������;*.'���������'.;.������������������  '.'-, jilnticy to lohn. "Y'.'--"y:v - 'f :yf  ��������� yOi!lues:.Kev'e!stqke,n.C.;. Fort Steele, H. C. .;  GliO. S...McOAitTEH,:f-:f'.''-   "J. A;!fllAKVl.Y,ff*f!  yy. ,   Itovolstoke, U. Cf. y. : i-'ort Steele, B.yCy  yM.ySCOTTv:B.A.,! IAP.B.  '���������" BAHmsTUirt.Y Solicitor/  ���������yiy y :;;: f y runriiCyKTC. ;;' y; ff  'McXenzief Avo.^f - iKi3vel������toke;fB.Cv  fAff  ll.f LIOLDIGH  ANALYTICAL CIUllMISTyAND     : f  yXX'X X P''-'ii':.^SS^yi]in-'i ���������'���������������������������yVy''. ''��������� '���������'���������'���������'  ������������������"Iloyal Sciibol.'bf Mines.' Lo'ircloh..-y ',.  yy-'Suvuii year's ntfJIo'rfa Works, Svvaiison.,  y 'Suv'eiiteeii  yetifd * Clilcf ������������������ Clioniisc ��������� to VVlgan  Coal ini'l Iron Co., Ettif. ���������' .:.''": ���������'���������   y;.-y  f"l.nte Oiciini.st ainl.Ass.-iyer, Trnl.1'Miii.cs, Ltd'. ;  yl'ivei'y '.'dosorliitlon uC as.suy itnd . ruialylieril'  vviii-ic.tiailei'tiikon,,:        ....'-.:  .'..'.  ���������.'���������.'('ltiini.j u.viiii'iini'il andtcpoi'toel upon. * y ���������    ;������������������������������������  ���������������������������'���������������������������. It KVELSTOIvErii.-C. ff  fjf Y;AlDINQ;THE:iaR  yy ,ri;lie;;fiii;mers. of.fi'li.isffdistrictffwil]  jDCygladfto .'flea'rnyfthatitlieff govern^  mentyAvi.llyfYffupplyf'i,flhem 'f'fwith;  . iwwder, fuse,'.,and''caps'.iatv cbit: yior  it lib' purposefof-clearing, their - hind;  .-. .   ...:..��������� ..'���������������'.*.       '."���������"'.',r .''������������������'".'.;     . ���������������������������.'������������������.'':������������������'.������������������ vi.lv-. y.y.*  * of,! tufflps;y���������;:Mi*/';J'i:;R;Y Anderson):  deputyf;nihis'ter;'6ff'agr:c(ulture;;y  ii oi' iifi sf fu s -ft ha t f lief 3y i 1! X ?c n.d y. t o % Mi' i  *Fau.quier;yf''gpyCrhme;ir,tf:fvfageirt  - Re'velstoke^\vhatf|)&vdei:^  fca'ps.iha;y)bdf..rc^^  '.thi.a^ip{rit;t; hiiclfpj'O  fscAitfffHtffffIo;yiii:n  "whichfthefgdvffrhti'ientywiir .'suppiy  this powder are:0, yBlastingpQwdeo',  .i.ii-.;ipe.t'a.i"':ke;gs:of 2ol.bs.,;at .Tycents  'perfli^;'Judson powderyfoi';'stump-;  .���������ingj'fj.-c'e'n'ts'f.pcr fib.; giantfi powder.;  containing;- 25; ��������� "per';"��������� xcut'. -y'^ni-tro-''5/?7e/7:i//������/::^^'j/i'z/^/V^' 7o/?''^"g������//y3.������������������;O^f  glycerine. 1 Oy'cen t? per lb,'! ;f, ���������".'.- -if y.} .; yiy ( 'aSpejulutivyHaturePX: Py  . .Any���������wliitiVAVt')iiiaii::iiiiclei,..tlie'nge of  oQfAviioisft;either' ;ci*ip|iled *norffa,fsiir-;  fererf fi'brii' iiny f inciii-ii.lile;,y.disease; ; but  ''Prospeictors' and iniiio-bvvii.ijis'fn'i't! jn'vitudy.co j. lias, feu ind soifhedifficulty in sectiringfa,  :.. feontributu to the Iviio'i'K.v.vy  .U.viViiil'oriri- -i ,,��������� ��������� '.'jr.     ,  ...^^....i.p ., ,.h,my nn a faii-lv  -atitfn of. i reliable eliiu-iietor re^u'ditiif thdr ;yhn>lMncJ. runy take a Ltiatice cm.iiaiin  'jil-opci-tics,, ele-iei-ibliii-., y.ut-fiu'e   .strolyriiss, j frtind-liiokitiif,'.'temperate ..and  eievilaiiineni vv,-)i-!e'.-ui't resir'U lUtcndia-,- it,   Y' ���������������������������������������������.'>��������� ���������'-...���������.' .-* ������������������'���������' ������������������ ���������'���������. ������������������... ���������    v.. v..  -.'���������' lu-iii'v-s an ���������t...'ii-iw.flisj't)VLi'r!D.i.-* -Tlu oiJttoiv: trie'iis. eine'al.'a cost-, or $���������>���������<-i  ii  yieleislves '.I'ly'iuakcf tiie ..JiA.tr/, ,a_: :������?ai.i'ii.<,Y''.''fAVccM'iiii,>v'lovthe''Neivf;Yt.l l< ���������'���������'���������. Sllh",  yy ifitrawhiu-^ to itrv'esroi's r-o|:nb'e.!(ifo?iinttoi  -     *     - ���������"���������'���������' *  ;,y ������������������' ff X TlieiPAmbuianc3.y y' i ffy.  ';.: ' c'"'v'' y Y .::'. 'yi'   ..y ., \''���������'.'���������..,  .;'..:..  i''if ~  ' ;fT[ifiY freight fonfvfy tlj'e f aiiibiilai'ice,  ffjiirountiiigff toff ������103,'; wrisf paitjf forfby  ft he ykiiidVifesffoffySupiii-i u tfindeii t-ffKil,-;  i>palriijk,f tlie: Hpspitaly Dfiariby having  fagi-eprj'���������'t'o.fa'pply; hisf.stihscripiionfto .th'e.  hiisjiilalfiii/thiil'-way. f yTlmfcoinuiittee,  yhaveyyii.jidi'i'ei!ffi,heii-y tli/iil'ksf to Supt  ^Iv^lji;itVic!cvt%ii*,hi>i,f 1*it^liie^^s^ >vliieliffh>is:  'ebaliledytlmiii: tof fiiuikef thefiiinliu I,ince  favailalfilef fe'irf i in in edia'te. use. yiiy^P'yyyi  .fffiTlie fcoiiiniirt!eef ii',wiho'vc.ylloci,ed|llie  fuii<^W;rils(V wi-rrteyMi*/ Ivil^iVitriuk,;rislcr  ."iVv^["; iVirtl'vyns"-'c:"l iV������ ir tiVkriVy of ;-';.;t' I i _ti7':''^/I''-*^"P' r'^'f-  Cciihniit.tee,;*l o f Mcce;ptvf t liefYrinniii lance  on hehalf.*iif;ctliat'fliC)c!y^iirVdyarraiige-y  rnnnt������ liriveflicc'ii inricliifvviih: \V-;Fleiiy  iiig Toy lea vef-it* f;it f hisf'si.a|)his*; to'lje:  availidilei'f'eiiivllieyillfcity tho secretary^  .'to ft.lie:; hospital. ff.y.Yf'fyY.yfyfyY.fyff.yf yf'-.yff  ff.;:vTlit;"coin iii.it tee who* tookfft lief matter  irrhiind'anclYcarrieclyfil fto-a successful.  'issiie;..vy.e're,^  .aii(rY]tist'ee'ii;fyit'ssi's:''"iQyy IhvTeihplei  : Jj ������������������; llfyA t !< i i. f (I. F. 1 ? is I e eii" XXifi Xiy  i'TiifPXXP'XXhpXnQfiiffffxi-i  ,;uieiit si canii-r iiifivplai"',; ihe'.Diuiid'.lias  ,1 itJ''i*.i 1 :'f-f 1.01': f-1'< 't.f": F! ������'.l l"l 1 t'l pf"; ��������� *^fi'. ^".^.'"Kii s>f i?Tt f A*>f-i  PaUli'^ySeolla^  liiinut^^OilOyli^s-'t Iiaiif ;;iliiyf!l(isvest,f  "Gii'i pip l a! ipf n (11 -rf i i TlippX). >��������� w'';' s tei r 111 e i'-. i  wil!: (ie- 'u"--i;il' rorfliiioj-vsei'v ice- iii ;t lief Si;;  fjiifwre^tS:/ and ;vviil"f lie"'s peciaUy/lilted f  tei di'iilyvvilh^the ic'e.iff;,yf'fY.   p:p :V'f:";V -h'rl  Wx  ���������Xa Ay. ��������� iii'SM.  X^^tc-dm  pJ$$Sb0(������������  y^'tWIJ    court of; revision.  nTCVELSTOKE'RIDINGy OF/AVEST KOOT-  f-ff:yrf^V'VY.f.ENAY'-:DISTRICT. v/YYy,.'  .  ;.,-���������-,,:���������������>../    ,'y   -���������.'.. t ,...:,-���������......;,; Y      '���������'     .''..-      ;      ,".,   ,     . ".',';, .-.  .f^y:'''";^SLfPPLEJlENTAl!^UST;ffv^  ������������������"A' ;roUUT OF REVISION arieiyAppriil im-  : i\f' 'ci('l'f*'; tlib'y" A.ssi.'Hsiiri'iit f Aet. "lSbti," nnd  iviuendiiieiilsfwill be helitat ,llin Court.Hntwc.  Kovelslnke, on 'J'hili'n Iny, Ihof'Jnt.li clay ol  Junei.in.il; ut tho hurir of. eleven o'clock in the  r'oreiicqn. yyy';";*.'.. v.f ���������''.-;,��������� f ;-���������'���������' ;y;f--. fyvfyf...'..,,.."'  'pPX.ifyXXXP:!wp^itij^yppPXXx.  yffy. Ju'elffo.of tlie Courtfof..Revision iitiilApiit'iil.  :RuVbistokcv,1 unoflit,flOOhXPyp PP: ,y   ���������  "WHOLESALE  ine&LiqiiopMepehant  REVELSTOKE,  THE CENTRAL HOTEL  same iiiannsreinfiil,  QUEEN'S HOTEL, .  TROUT LAKE CITY  STKAM'iiOlKERf^INSPECTORS'* .EXfAM-  ;X:iX'y;PfXPy'''''iX^X:X'i'XAyyPXA  '���������:'{ T PLICATIONS for- esniriiniitipiifor Stcaiii  P\.��������� ,:.Hii 1 ler���������'Inspeo-'.ori.'.W'llI'liii rceei v,eel; by tlie  ���������Chliif������������������:Iiispoc'l.iii* of oteiini BinIbrei.-Ncw \)rt>*l���������  'inlnstui'.',: li.  O.;   up* t.o'.I ii'iiuJOthi 1!) il. * Apnli-  eiiiilsyniustv.bey.betvvci'h. tlic:nvre������.of 25.and fid  'yearn, tlieyy lnnat lirivo liuil at least IlvoyenrV  ''pr-iiel.ieiilvvoi-ksliop'expoi'ieiipe asmiiehiiiisra or  iboiler iiin.koi's;' nnd huisc''lilA'i havoa tlior.guul^  'iindei-srnnditiscif stenm ODKineeritiK.' * 'fv>Vf.f  ���������'y-Vji'oriiiafeifvprirtiuiiliirs'i'iiiii'y'.'ibo'Vobthliiwli' on  f,r'cc|ii'esl. of'iiiteiidirijj iii.)iilieiil)rs,?yfi-oin.l ho Chiel  iiisiK'eteii-eifvSicniirl'.oilers. N'p.vv-Ayest'iiiiu.sler,  H.: U;, rind: nuist. bo-propurly"fllleilrin anil re-  -tiirhi'dyto -liiui oiiy'or before < ihcyiibovo-uicn-  vtl0llC(l*diite,**Y,-r YYyy.vyf YvyyyvyYwi.vf:..;.:;-;:;,:  ��������� ���������.Tlio ouncliclat.es Seli'eletl.foi' .cxaiiiiniit.ion.vviU  tltnii bo ncitilicd' iia:,to date iinil place) of xxiin."  irintinilY >-i';',if: Y.y 'yy .'���������;���������,        Z'\���������:[���������'��������������������������� i'y .Y-y-f  .VT.Tlr'o salary Willfba ������100 per morilh. zAp-ipy]  '���������''ixXfyyXxw.fXiWttMAipiiXi  ,yy fyyfCiilef Gomniissiorier'of Lmrds & A\i)i*kSi  Liiiicls unci Works Departiiiciit, f-* '   : yf.';;  ���������������������������':���������- Vieioriiif 13,0., ^ndJlrrjvltllll/'f'Y : .$ ������:  A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY & A HOUSEHOLD BEAUTIRER.  A dry powder put up in 5II3. packages and in 25 bcautiful'shadcs.  When house cleaning be sure and use j^URALO 'u:c' have something .for your work.    Easily applied and wont rub off..'  McLennan, McFecly & CO. Ltd., 122 Cordova St., Vancouver, B. C.  findut-  .������������������.���������:������������������.'"'������������������*'���������'  ��������� concern!n���������' lire.,  '"of'tlieiniiiai-iii.rc  ���������tyjrc.i-' .i\M. ncv^lxiAn"  ���������ouri--.'. of North rCoouamy.;  *  vDWARD A, 1IAGGEN,-".-'  Jy  3IlN"IN0vE.NGINEEK,  f (Mem. Amci-icatif Institute.Minins Kn-sincers)  ."������������������'(Mer'nf'Cniiacir.in i'niiiijj Insiitute.) ;���������'',;.  -   yy.;. , UlEVKLSTOKK; D. CX ' /.- ."' f  fKv;a!ii:iiaiioii" of .'ind"r(ji).-fu-ts. on* jlhiei'al Pro-  iy.:.. ,, fi'eftiejii Specially. y,y.  ^belkooteimV'Mtt!;  ���������FIM'D'AV; Jl'.VE  icoj;  ffi.���������.l.ie-.'.air..���������.v-^hviiiUiiiL:vpiatlt- fi-������i";. tire  NeHie ly ix fncrwf ;.e-iii���������r.'iiHta!]������ej',::i', the;  far) tof iie ori^.;-!iteiJyhv/a ]'������-;ii.o!i. vvii^elfyf  ���������    f The, Tii|lie"rep'n'ts; n c,stiike   on������������������''���������'tlie;  Y'S'ilver Cup'of 2p.. feet;������������������'��������� f'f. ore., ruiijiio^f  1 400 O'/.y. silveriaiK.] 3 (.������z--:''ygi,-!d .f.lo��������� tlie'  I ftoi'i. y "' ^        f. -;'.   'p''zi' ['"������������������"PX.<- "y,- ',;��������� yf  .Ifvylf ;.T, yyBvCnv'stejYvinhnn^f'i'f /eif-/  the  f Girnes Creek C'HiSi 1!iihfed, expects iyy  i'.r.es.unie dt'ie'-Iopm'e'nt work at arif eni l).y  i il-ate.f-;'v\ -X.: ��������� -> ' ;.. Vf; y." f fy- y* ���������>':-'.',' .'.../ "' I  C. fW;' M.i'Grossfin, 'fiiiaiinirinu'f'Y'.i.i-j  1 rebinr of the A'Jet ri/p-1'i������:in,' .stfite-*s ylns j  ' e'iirnpiiny.vv*ii!'spcij'(i;.f."?f:0O0 in pU", eJ'fip: j  f n.yiit^osi the. 'preipert y I his sea-, on.;      ' iy  .ffSaiioii'j j'.AVi'ililoni'; afyciiin^'iiiac'hiriisl  I .uf Xic'liolasv-i:|:',ffiCy,,y; lui vingyreachpcl  f the a������(/'(IJ" 2u ye;u;s,,wliii'h,.lie;cpnsidt!rs  f it'iarriaj;"abi.-, has fdecjdeil'yft Init, lit|t  : iiav;q;ig'faivv pa!'ti(:.ilai',,in(4liiiai.iouf o^  ;f b i/ifo w 11 tof aiiy youii^ Av'iiimin.'hii will  f,H(j!v:t' lhe 111a l.ri 1:1011 ral l irolilenititidni-.  ffci.T'.-i'se his.liriokfaccouul., rit the; same  : i;iiiie.I)y: nifflin^-'liiriisellftiff yatf S3, ii;  ��������� cliance, 'and he; hasfK(.if'advertiSe(l;;iiv  I'ftliiiyfv'e.iiVit'ckj^rVewspripei's;'''. p'���������'���������.,��������� .p'y  'If... j;'e.'is'iif.:}<ifii)<l' f;i.tirily/isfeitipln}'ed ,a't  fa ^iiiaif's-riij.-ir-r, and iias- nf'tf' priivioiisly,.  rhfivvn any.'itii'ti-iiialfsigii'eif c'e;cen!i-ii;il v*.  NyHllelei:fifl')'ii|is,:lf sii yst lui t.f( Iris H.epy.of  .hi'-A I h'ou(,'h' fii.'ii.stia|, isfuot eccentric, *  f-ll'/' vvai.tsio K'u iotc/.liii-yfi'icss'eiii   his  'ii'.v)v'iir(;n!iiii.y.'i'n(!,t",his'ir- lhe fully. ..way.  (xDYOPmHBnt Diistrll/ution of Stuinp  TiT.j:ni;if? KOtiro'.vliat of.afj'ons'.atio'n"  ..'.. .The Imperial De'velont.ii'-iit .Cemip'rtnVf,;,''li,; r-;i,ir I hiuk ,r.|'t (y ra.i.y'..! hi>, lnoiie-y' for j.;Mksleii'i'C!;y.:' ���������       ��������� .'.      ;���������' ���������" ������������������''_���������   ���������    f  r,.   ....      ,., ,.',...,���������,.���������,���������      ''*���������.  -, ; ���������������������������,���������..   ,���������,.'.   .   ,    '������������������**',- a'��������� ���������'O.. W.. .tiliadoiiiy, C.illlhvajk l.-,iriil'irt), In  Ir.'ive ii'coirl.'.i .i.I)('vCumi;i,  1 we 111*1, nnd  ya>tar t:    ,t in .isiiis calin-' ���������la; e.ment, (������r ���������;-,-turb:��������� ChlUIvvack. yy. *   y     * .' "  f ffingra  f * Fn nu pis (lcsirmts oi ':��������� liehii?, suiiiillnl-.^ylth  ���������blitritiiig priwtlor.itt>cost price for elc-iirinn Irttnh  "e.-iiii.obi.iiiii"-lili'Mi!'-(.iriii'!i-'fol' roouinit.li.il IVonvtlu'  .-rtecri'tiii'loii of lire v.Fitr'in'er.s' liiatitutes; ad 'foi-  ;iow.^:-'i..'-- ��������� /.,������������������.".;.:.     - yy.':yy..-y.fy,. 'p *.y  " Henry HilL-i.' Alborni-��������� I.nnuoM.,.-liistltiitoi  'Allienii. ���������    '.<������������������ ':'. "���������.������������������'������������������: y     ��������� ��������� ���������   ,* .*;. ���������'���������,������������������'���������';- w, ,;.  .f.'.I./A." Hiillidiiy,, C'jiiio\*;I.'a'.'i.ii2,i*;-i'. Institute,  Sanilvvielc.  ���������':���������',.       , ������������������������������������-.'.'���������.���������''; ''.���������'    ���������.���������.'���������."���������. ���������"���������.-_''���������..".',  ��������� II. ele.M. 'MelliiiiCovvieluiii Fiiririo'r.s Institute,  Scinionos.*    "*'. YY.-     ",.' ���������-. 'v;:   -.... -'-.;������������������'���������:      ���������'���������;���������   ���������  '-lijliii .Stewart. Nniiniino-Ctrelaiv'Kiininrfl'In-  .ititut.r, Stark'ii l-'i'ossingf. Naniilnio.    ���������' , ;vf '  f .1. If. Smart., '"Mctijrlio'niii fFiiriiiers'Institali',  MoteliCwin'." Y : ���������''.','��������� '.���������.������������������ ;.*'-��������� '������������������.,' :  ',���������'';..'������������������'��������� ,'���������... .v  .(.".'������������������;K.-. Kiugi ���������yictor.'a yKurniers'   Institute,  Geelnivlfill.    '��������� '���������.��������� "]:������������������"  v.   ��������� " ,: "���������������������������."[  Hi. Walter. Island* I-'iii-inerHfliistitutc, Ganges  Ifat'boiv ".     ,.-',*,��������� ..���������''.��������������� ���������   '   "' *...' , ���������'''"'  !���������:. A. i3i-o-ivn;De!tii L''anup)y   Institute. Lutl-  iH-1'.y*   !' ���������*.���������-. ". y ,:��������� -,-'.'-", ���������'���������'-,.���������     '' ���������/: ��������������������������� y '���������   "���������'���������/���������  11. IIohc; BtiiTcy ra'.'aioi'rf .Institute,. Surrey  Oe'irlrn,'      ,,'fy. ���������   .   ������������������������������������'������������������''���������..' ''"'���������':. ���������'    '  A. ylf.,'1'.' Jlntthuvv,' hairgle:-' Farmrrs' Instl'  tute, Laiifjlpy."':,.' *   yy   *. , '    : *'. 'V '  Ale:.*. I'lulip, Ifiohmy.nlyl'urnicw Iuatititte',  Viitic'oiiv-ci'.v   ..'..-'������������������' ���������'���������'..��������� .     -,'������������������������������������ ������������������'yyyy--  A. JI. Vnro'.iorc.'; .Mi.s.eion I'tti'inoMliisititilti',  ill-  CARPETS,        -  ART, SQUARES,    l  RUGS, -      ���������  LINOLEUMS,      ' ,v  WALL PAPERS, .;  CURTAINS,   ETC., ETC.  Every tiling lo furnish a Homo in modest or elaborate stylo'.  Write for, our rrjoi Catalogue���������free. It contains ioco illustrations, all priced.  Complete Furnishers,  ������ Victoria, B. C,  mmmmmm^mtmmtmmmmmmet^miHmaammmmmtm������Mmmmmmmmmnamr^mmfm*mmm������^mamtmmmmmm^ '��������� ���������'��������� J  THE   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE  No. 4 IC-W.-C. BLOOK, NELSON. B. C.  Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted nt the KXHIANG K.  FKICB JMILIANG OOliU properiies vvantecl at oueo for Kustern investor-e.  riu'iioH'linVlii'.f inining properly for aulo nro rcniic-tccl to send samples of thclr'orc to tho  EXClIANGKroresliibiriuii. ��������� ��������� ,    A  All sample.-- hliottlil ho sent by express, ITlKI'ATDn * '  Con-esporidunco solieited,   Address all uuiiiniuniciitioiis to  Ti'lopliono No. Kl.   P. O. Vox 700.  A!I,7?BB\V P. R03EXEESGER, Kolcon, B.C.  and with it comes thii c]iieslion of where you can purchase lo the best  advantage "A NEW SPRING SUIT. We have just opened .up our  Spring Stock of Suits, Pants, Shirts, etc., and feel safe in saying llial we  can   more  than'please  you in tho^e lines.    \Yc also carry the SLATER  shoe.   _  ���������;..  '     .". ,. _ .--W~l.   Needless to say our Groceries arc always satisfactory.-- Drop in when  passing'and see for yourselves. 'Costs you nothing to see goeds. No  trouble to show them.  .  .10  ovei'Aji;c; j'i'shin^' ���������i-ndr.'.-rtry���������.'''-��������� ,'i  ;l'u'qv-jn<y ha-'forcibly uH^rnitvcl oon-'l  t;ul, and a? tliefroni'iiion1 :: K-o f;t:-  ,-'ei:te:"'c'.fnt':'tyl ilitre will be a f.oi'ioii;f  bi'ockliclm yli'-ic! !'HiS . in * -1:011 flection ���������  ...  <*ilM'.   us   ni.'iile   I"   1'epui'V'iy-Y.vvlin  clash 'jf authoritv.  , At thc'mec'iing of the city council  on Friday night Aid, 'MeCarty-' .nnd  Nettle urged tlia.t Cliinc-cylaundries  etc; tliQuld he .confined to a; Yection.  of iho ci ty v, here they" would not  bc'a-ntifance lo.citizen?.'. ,,  ��������� ;..?250 vv:a.������ the a mount allocated  for opening'the Big! Bend trail. The  'sum mentioned is wholly., inadequate, and if' there i?  one. thing  .more than another that the govern-,  n'ion.f, should do' promptly it -is. to  ;opel^ up the trails,throughout-the  .'jconntrTa?; :bon ai' porsible' in' the  1 spring.-  . vviUi tiieir pi'f.j.ie.iiy nu |.'t>|i 'ri,vei*.    .   *  S'liiiC' .exciieineiit'  !iyi^.. heen ;:*���������,���������!us'e.'i  iiy. a htiike   "ti   1 !w: y Bii'v'\Vilfrid. ..on  L-'iiol t,'ri.'e!>; ul" ore w hii.-h a-s'iyed -���������?! i'i 1  in g'll.d aii'l pi'lPit') silver,per ton,    *  .  A''l(-?flgf!.i������'a.'<,iiv')e.'iiV(i|'(i'(l;on tlie' lios.s  liiml ulniiii nf,  ijie  .Imperi'al   ainl' Eva  which, i.s GytO'8 feet ill vyiiiili, Hiiowing  fycp. goli'l all o'.ycir, y vvith   two' fect'ex-  ..cc'.'l iolially I'iell;'    f '/   f      ; . ,       ...... *' ,  ��������� S.'H. Fouler, f\f.lC Erigiiic'ef forlJie  fLonrion'& 13, C, GolcUlelth' iindAme yc'f j'������������������"]"?  lhe liest ii'nlhorili.e'.s'orv free riiillin'K cii'e  in tlie 'province, vi.sitecl the Fish Creek  camp last week,'; <?' "' *    *'* ;  1   Proff'ssa'T'-'!'E>   .Ilaanel,    an   .expert  minei'iilngi.^t, has' lieennppoiiilcd; slip  It   IV  '>Vrii. Cl.-ec'ti, Kent J''annor.i Institute, AgrH-  i.hatf vvii.i if ���������'.'/. M. \Veb43V.Maplo'Uld-o'o'Fann.bra" Instl*  ,  '  ,    .,   ...if.'; i .tn ���������.������������������.>. AVe.lj.'t.cr'rjCoi'lK.-!-.-'.    ;v ,    ..  mo;,'   man   u Ho  1* > ,. .(.,���������.;,���������, ���������ji,l!i,-Miit.������piiK Kariiici'M' In.Hltulo, Ah-  - in .1 I'.i'jl'1'.        '��������� ' ' !iol������l"i'd, ... ,-       :���������'������������������.:���������- '���������''",'���������,    ' '-  ��������� '��������� yf..'���������' '���������,,       A. M. Crlolitou, ,0,-byoos, I'lii'mcr.i.lii.^titiito,  a  ('.:U.',t",������t,  it  I CHI! j  ICt'loWim,     '. ..      ' ���������-���������'���������;  W, P.''.llorclay,������������������B;inl!ii:neiieeti li'iv 111 urn' In.rti-   ;uri',:Ai',iie!i'iin/,, l ' i. ,   ��������� ���������"  ~:iy:''il:)-,-i' ine'liiihy. ��������� Tin* lii-k'ety are  to ��������� :��������� ri..i\. .M.jCiali'i;, 'P.ilnjiiti Ann���������I'liviiioi'if In.?t-1-  ,   ' ��������� "���������     ,       ,:'.'    ,   ', y       ,, vi-   ���������'" i*  , ttrtei, **'i'.:ni'ai Aon.      '.' ;.���������;' . .    ...  !)"  ii,uii'.ii(;i:i'i!   nnd   I uy cu-t * b-> -eaelt.. ;    J,  (-'. ��������� HijriUi, Kaiiilo.ipi  l.'.u'iaorn 'Institute,  TiiPie a.ef lei Ay a   f������vv  .ii-iv^i'i i*y re p XNXy IIodfTi,., OkiuingaiiKiii'mcr.'Instl-  ."ti it'-tirni."'. ���������   The   vvorri'-n   u:.u-t. ia* .,he,- . .tirte,'Vernon.    ��������� ���������,*,.:.  '"        ,!���������    ,  ..���������,!,.  ,'.y,y ���������������������������',���������   ,1,;,,.*   .Or F. G, I'.uirj;!;!.'',', Government Agent, ltov-  t vvei'ti - 20, mill  v> ��������� yyiu-*. or age!,; tiify ,; cj^-to'kr, -: *    * .������������������'"������������������������������������   f"   .-.''������������������  t'u'iisty'not'.he rtippii--!.lf(u: af9.icl!'(l*u iihf f     ,,  ������������������,'���������������������������' f ,f.'  1 rie  I.VIT'.' a!i\iiliU> !i������ 'i'i������i. ",  pn-r-ihle .iihi'u.l,  ii   y  iV;Ili;i;M,:i si-ck )\ <: li  1 I pi',>jyi*f. ty.'ji.iv,  call.U'i.liati, (.pen If a* a C; t'tain   pi'Viriel-.  TEED  U      bHEi Osnm Sta^ B  Front Street, TlevQlstoke, B.C.  ST0NBX,  ��������� Ald. Bovn^R sailed into the  city  wwilii'to'��������� lasting': litiwtt:  eiiiil.eneleri.t. nf iriinefvand Air. I'eiiri'e*,  pri-sent. s'U.periii.leiidciit, han heen appointed iii'.pi'c.'tor'of stiiveysi. '.'  J.., f. Woodrow has received a'letter  from A. ,W. McJiito'sh stilting that the  result, (if the development work done  last nionlh on the silver Be.ll, on Keystone irioiintain, was to tiiicover six,  feet.of ciif.  " ';���������''���������'  Tiio.Bald   Mountain   Mining   Com.-  pd r'^" '4 V* 'p;t r/\ "Nvliy v ',vn. 'l k������' ^(i w  ..."    'A   '���������: .- '.'fell. AXDKnSOX,  :���������������������������  i.i.!'cii;|-ii hi i'yd i.-ee'n ^e. f 'Tin* (���������orii.ejt i> y: ���������..���������.. ���������'���������   ,'������������������ ;  De.-pu! y 'M!n'Ntero������Ag.rlciiltUi*i>  einlv e.-nen   t.o   vviiilt'' ueeip'e,.'lint I here * hejpartmcist of/t^rleiilliin;.      .. ���������:' .'.'..':.  ,  ���������-   ':...'.' '..:'.        .   ...I"   Victoria. I'. C,-May (Mi, 1MI��������� "     ���������,.���������'    .  ace. im 1 e.-.d-i.'.-Mon.-' aa I n religlou-i l,i"l.'j-f ! ������������������������������������-.-��������� ��������� ���������,      ..- ������������������������������������'���������  .rir-n.*ili.pnali.t.y-.  ��������� I'm vvlliiirg. to takeniy.       ' ~ "   ~"  (���������hanee on kiuk^,* ...   f'��������� ' j  "If have placed  lite  fnnl.e.rjty I nf the j  hands, of  a friend .of ruin", unci   it i.i !  Jieinpc   advertised,    fir"   it.   in  properly i  placed   hefivre (.he pulili^'Iflielieve thai. '  from   2,000'to'!, 000 ''tie-ke'ls can -he 'pMil  The! i: if so little love in,marriage.-!' lhat.  c:ontracled  now  that  J fed eonfl-  at   least.  2.000  ycuing ladicHWill  tiikc chance.", fur they vvill nol, only gm,  a hnsliandy bul. if I his contest pahs out  as it, .should  do, $10,000 with him.   At  the .same lime' they  rntif-t sign a contract tlmt, f'lioi)|c| tipi union 1,'it.it pniyc  J".  ably furnished witli the choicest the 'market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigar's."  Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate,  ALBEBT     STOISriEl, 'PEOP.  a re  den  y Gunsmith and  'Machinist.   :,      ,;  Over  Lawrence's  Hardware'Store,  RBVELSTOKB. v  All classes of repair and, machinist-  work promptly attended to, '  Wholesale and Retail  . ���������.   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir aiid'Cold Storage;. v..;!;.  "^ss^Oalgaiy, Alberta.  1  1  ���������iVi'y  ��������� hai\'!  '   ��������� 1^ 1 --,'.';..'      ��������� . 1 -  ��������� -,   '      , THE KOOTENAY MAIL  INADIAN PACIFIC  a. s. lie:  The regular meeting-;  are Iielel in'the Masonic Temple. Iiorrrne  H.ill, on the third  Mo nei ay . in each  month at 8 p. in.  Viniiinic brethren  ein-elially welcomed.  UlTEIC,    SECRETARY.  A Beautiful Engraving of  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  j&i.c7i .     'Reprular meeting are held  _C5  m  'gSt������S|s^< in O.ldfellows' Hall every  Z^-'jS&^Jfxb Thursday nijflit at cisjlit  5*?������3K^>^������C������(������ o'olouk.' \ inning brothers  ^^���������:;'j.-������%S^^ cordially welcorneii.  K. "vVATKRSON*. K.G.      '   J. A. STOXK, F.3.  II. X. COURSIER, R.S.  starting   June   icth   'wiil  make ,thc  run ft oni coast to coast in  100 Hours,  Cheap rates now in .effect to ihe ���������  Pau-American   ������������������  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  ^_^sra*fc_^   '     .Meets every Tuesday  ^^^Tfti/Krt'3^.. ��������� ''veiling in Oddfellows'  /V      y}L__Jlz'^!VT,il11    at    6   ������'c=loek.  iC ^.a^^^^^fe^ fi) Visiting brethren cor-  ys&0^ ^^SP'ilially invited  to at- \  i tend.  A. K. KIKCAID, X. 0. J. MA Til IE, Sec.  LOYAL  Vol' rate?, tickets, nnd full Information apply  to  T. VV. BRADSHAW,  Agr.t,  Revelstoke.  ,E. J. COYLE,  A. G. P. A.,'  'Vancouver.  ORANGE   LODGE   NO.    1G53.  Regular nicetlngfl arc held in  tho Oddfellow's Hall'on the  Third Friday of each month, nt  8 p., in, Blmrp. Viglting* brethren cordially Invited.  TIIOS. STEED, W. 31.  \V. G. 13IRSEY, Rcc. Sec.  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I, O. F, No. 3JC1.  1  Meets In tho Odclfe lows  Hull on tho second and  fourth Mondays of each  month. Visiting breih-  ron   invited to attend.  K. D. J. C. johxsox;  It. S.  For Only 10 Cents.  All over the world these ]iierurc.= vvill be sold  * None knew her lui: fi love lier: Xnii'j n.uned  her bat u< praise.1'   There a-e icii million licojile  in the L'niled -stairs a'id C.iis.ul.i who will e.ich  want one of ihc-e beau! iful jiict 'ire;--.   Tlie y arc  lull ?iz'-. Kix.'i.   Xo eXjicn-Je lias been s'rired  and the picture is well worlhv of a handsome:  frame.   Agents can sell 10011 day.    Samjiles by  Mail, post paid. I.e.  1 dozen picture*. iSl'.. sell for S1.2H. prolil i'x.  5J pictures S'l-fl.)   ,*'      &3.H0    **    Siim  lucj      " ������3.00    ������������������      %v.m   "    g.'i.OO  Hotter order 100 at once and -trike while rhe  Iron is Hot.    The time in sell goods i������ when  the people want them.    They want them now.  HOME NOVELTY 'MFC. COMPANY,  P. 0. Box 513, Dopt. C31,  CHICAGO,        : : ILL.  Attack, of Royal Canadians at  Paapfeg,  s  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  '    "   Jttoy.il Mail Linen;.    . ���������   *  Olioapoot Routo to, the Old Country.  ALLAX LIXE-l-'rom Montreal.    '  .V'ltnklian       ���������       ;'".-.���������'    Mny 251 li  l'.irislnn    *     -      -      ���������      ��������� -   *  '     Jl!."u l".1  Sicilian.    ���������     ���������      ���������      -,,���������-��������� ..    ,, J  CurliiLliian   I    , .,    .}.?"  Tiinirtii.il    ������������������'-,'���������      ..  if  Xuniieliiui      ���������      "'-'."      '      '. ���������-      "  DO-MIX10X LINE-From" l'ori'oi'iil.  Pnniiiiion - Jllno -1'"1  Ciinbromnn      ���������      ��������� *  Vancouver ������������������-������������������������������������  HEAVER LINE-From Montreal.  Lake Ontario      ���������  '  ���������      -     .���������      * )\,Y ?111'  U.S. l.iisit'Uiia           , ���������      ���������      *      * T      'V.,  ].iikuL'liainii!iiin   -   , ���������      -      *      * Jll.!10.iH  Lake'-Mepuilio  H,n  Lake Supurioi   Luke Siincoe      ���������      ���������      ���������      ������������������    '  r.i^enprers ticketed throiiRh to all parts of  Great, llritaiti ami Ireland, mid at specially' low  rates to all puns of the European continent.v  Apply lo nearest railway or steamship njjene or^  lo '  '  T.  W. BRADSHAW.  ARont. Revelstoke.  Etb  .2Uih  21.-1  L'oth  TX^CE    T-A-IBLIE  S. S. " Lardeau."   ���������  . Running between Arrowhead and Thomson's  Liindiii? commencing .June IU, I'JxiJ, will sail as  follows (wcarlier permit tins): ���������'">'..  Lon've  Arrowhend  for-Thomson's Landing  * and C'oriinpiix at 7k. daily.  Leave I'lioni-wi'* Landing anel Comaplix for  Arrnwlicad at, 17k. daily, connecting with all  r. I*. It. train-iind bouts.  Tho owners resorvo tho right to chtingo times  of siilliitf- without notlco.  THE t'llRD ROUIXdOX LUMHEU CO, LTD.  ' '        c F. 'KOHIXSOX,  ^IiinasiiiK Uirector,  The present i* a time when war pii-tuiw arc  In greater detiiiuicl thair ever. The cond'ret of  the British "oldiern on the biitilcllclil has won  tho plaudlto of admiring nations. We have  of great eNpeH'c published lour large, be-ntrtifiil  pictures, sine'JO.v.'L on li������.-nv.v, nupcrlltic. calendered paper. A picture thnt wiil comment!  itself and send a thrill to tho heart, of every  truo Canadian I* tlie one called Attack oi  Royal Canadlana at Paardobcrg. ihere arc  liti rally hundruls of llgurcs on this picture,  the mountains or kopjecs stretching out into  the dist.mce arc swnrml'-g with men. while  here nnd there a pro������lintc figure speaks only  too well of the Doer r ilcnien. It was on thi:.  battlefield the gallant Major Arnold met  death unfliiicliiuKly. It is only loo true I Imi  many of those gallant lu arte thnt beat so high  when the cheering thousands bnrio them  God speed as they sailed fnun Canada's shores  n'owlle ctill forever in lonely graves on the  other side of the' world under African skies.  To evory Canadian hoart, in overy Canadian homo, tlio tlccds of ihelr< bravo soldier  boys apeak with an irresistible thrill oi  Patriotism and prido, Gordon Highlanders nt tho Battio of Belmont. .Charging  the Boor Guns at Klanelalaogte, and the  Chargo of Gonoral French's Cavalry on  the Kotroating Gonoral Cronjo'n Army.  These are all stirring pictures anel ciinruit fail  to commend themselves to any one who will  ex-iiuiincihcin, They aie RED HOT.SELLERS I Agents coin money. J<ig pro Ills.  Enormous success. < ne ngent sold US in one  day. Sample and terms '.'5 cents (none free);  four for (!j cents; ������1.50 per dozen ; !io for $2.75 ;  50 for 55; 100 fur t-D.o'i. Write to-day. for a  dozen and make money.  HOME NOVELTY MFC. COMPANY,  Box 513, Dopt. C31 D,  . CHICAGO, ILL  Regular Meeting.  "Weekly meeting held on Friday,  preseni, mayor and Aid. McCarty,  Bourne,      Taylor,       Abrahamson.  Nettle.   _  COHHESPOXDEXCK.  ��������� Chief Bain complaining oi condition of smoke-stack at steam  laundry. Cost of call of fire brigade  to be demanded from Mr. Bttker,  and precaution to be taken against  recurrence of fires.  JR. Tapping, asking that" band  stand lie removed to corner of  school grounds or other central site.  A. X. Smith asking permission  to build band stand opposite Canada Drug ct Book Co's. store. Reply to be sent that council could  not authorise blocking of roadway,  and would be, glad if Mr. Smith  could select another site.  J. D. Sibbald, stating lots would  be offered to adjoining owners and  if they, would not purchase then  he could, not refuse to sell to Chinamen. ���������Information to be sent to  original complainants.  K. H. Mayne,-J. D. Sibbald, E.  Corning and J. E. Woods asking  sidewalk on south side qf First  street;  ER HILL  Chinese Servant.  tho whole llii'C'CJ , weie' rapluivil. A  I iH'ighlxiring, grocer*, who hael sir'en the  i man throw tin* reveilvers into tin; hack  chased him fm* .si'i-eral liloe-k-*, hut liu-  ally lost (his unknown accoinjilic������*.  !     Constable.  Boyd,   who  had he'eui left I  in the call, was attended hy citizens f Prominent   Ramher   Shoots  who look him to the General llus-pital,  hard Iiy, hut. lie hai-.lly live-el to reach  tin; hospital. The; trial of the I hte'e  men would probably have been concluded to-moi'i'ow untitling, and this  was almost  the last, chance of escape  tin; men woulel have. They had evidently been  caiefnlly planning it, and  had   reunited   on   over-awing  the car  oilicials   and   rushing   oil'   in   tin; car.  Jones, oik;   of   the   desperadoes,,  was  wounded in  the .-ir.i), and lire arm will  have tei he ainpiilated.    It is iincerlain  who  fired  the   filial shot at Boyd, 1,til,  all   three'   vvill   now  doubtless  have to  stand trial fur murder.  His  There Season Of It.  ������1������*V������fc':llL''m������'WJlW^^  E. W. B. Paget, Prop,  Prompt delivery of parcels, bnggiigc,  etc., to any part of the City.  ' ' Any Kind of Transferring'  ���������   '      '.Undertaken. l   ���������  All 'nrders lefl nt Tl. M. Siii.viIik'm  To! iicco Stoic, or Iiy Teli-plume, No. 7  will iVa-ive |ii*uMi[jt tiLtnitiun.  rn>r-.; 3.^, ^>R VS-rf.y^.y-^,^-^.^^.1^'.^-^.^  ���������������., 1...... ��������� ^,  Patronize Home Industry, |  AND SMOKE  I  .1  IP  s?  If  Revelstoke   ���������  I Special Cigars*!  There* isn't one reason ��������� there are  dozens why our ������work' is better  than . any' other ��������� laundering    works.  Come in and see how we  do it. See our machinery,  nicely and exactly adapted  to every need. Our soaps, "  too, of the best, long tried  . and proven good,  F. BUKER, PROP.  For Sale  A -BLACKSMITHIHO' & CARRIAGE  BUSINESS.  An A. 1 opportunity for one de-  sirinn an opening. Easy terms.  Satisfactory reasons for wishing to  sell.   / pply to ���������  JAMES MCMAHON,  REVELSTOKE, B. C  .      51 tf ' I  firewood.  Size t6x22.  Ono'of tho moHt beautiful pictures in  colors. Upon a baoksro������ml of Purs Solid  Gold rests the Family Record in tlie  sliapc o������ a handsome volume vvrtlr Golc'.  Clasps ir)iolr 11 i-iisliicii of cl'iilisoll velvet  vvitli a beautiful goldot������ES0l. Cl),llic  pages, uiulct* diiTct-cut licading������. ave apacei- f  .a which to write the namo iinel elate of  brill).'' On cither side is 11 beautiful doroll  ,111 which lo record num-intfe* and deaths,  On top of the pieturo are the words.  'Family Record," in the richest let terrint  8 ���������vam  known  I?  UNION LABOR.  ? Revelstoke Cigar Mfg. Co/yf  $ Revelstoke   Station,      ,    ,iT  .V ^  ^''iiW{i-^'^,-C':'-U-^,l^l>.,'^l>.,'^^'^ft''^^'-������5  UNION LABOR.  Buy Only Uial3n-:,Iado 3Iioco.  Firewood from the Fred Robinson  Company's mill supplied at ������2 per  cord, prompt c.iah with order. Orders may l.c left at the mill office or  at my yard.  R. SAMSON.  NOTICE.  KSTAHLISIIMEN'T OF 1'UilLIC HIGH WAV.  TATCK KOTICIC that lliirly el.vyri nflcr elate 1  Intend to apply to the f'lilof t'oiiiiiiNfioncr nf  I.1UUI4& \\'orks to Cntablf-li a Pnljllcr 1 H^liway:  c'liiiini'iiclii'/ nt a pulnt nlrniit ones liiuulrcd and  flfty yards om-t eif the liridtfc "ii the l.leulll'j-  ��������� wnot set tiers road ; thence a hunt n c|tiai-li-r of 11  itilluiioitlieilyahaii,' the font of the bciicl! to my  pre-rniptlmi, S0111I1 cii'-l ntinilrr Mi-lan lib.  t(uvn>hl|) 2,'J. I'ruiKO t',   ($*;. W, Clmp. 1 l:J'.  Dntcel at Kovclmoke, II. C, tlrlij llth clay ol  .May, 1001.  to the printer's art. Under this art*  3 spaces tor father's and ninlherV pictures.  J In rhe lower part or tlie paituro ia a bents-  ' ttfiil homo B0CH3. ' he dear old grand-  ��������� parents,1 the h:m<3Bome( dtolwai't lius-  ! oanci, 11 nd happy youns wife, tho loving  aauglxtcr nnd tmby boy���������the idolized  ^raailcliild-nrc all Kalliore.il around th.e  tixbli''. vvliilo Kiiuirliatiier ifuels a portion of  God's Holy Word. A truly beautiful  sl-l-ik). U'lKiorncHih are the words, "God  I B1CE3 Our FarnlSy." Areiinid.MiHi lilctnri-  arc'cicht spaces up* phntnxraplifior other  nienibei's of the familyi cauh space enuiosiiiK ���������  a trail flower piece, Elsewhere on the pie-1  lure uru fciiUcm! L-rccpiHK vines, buds mid  bloi-snmsiir rich confusion, tire whulu rest-  intfon, nnd thrown into bold relief by the  e-orgeoufl bnehpniiiiul nf Solid Gold which  pi ounces 11 picture of dnEzlinjj Doauty,  3 AHCUTC ^'nw IS V0L'11 T1MJ':'  0iir  1 Atil.'H i 0   rctfuliir nrieo.iK .Vi ccnU, but. lo  i nitv uiie vvho sciiu'ft thin nilvt. wo will soul  3 one for 'itt ctn.lP,   utir price to niteiilul) fm  1?t; iu for fc'Jl  10(1 riu*. eil.i!!).    Wo pay nil  JrarKCs nnd rstuni iiionoy for iiiiaiad pictures.   X. U. Jackson, i'lluioru City, hounlil  ,l",i Sll.'ii. ?nld iliL-in for half price, io cent:.-  each, in 5 days; making S&.dilclcur prolit.  Can you do beueri  Wc have 5,030   tcsCinohiitls and  want  your=.  Addrcrs I  HOME NOVELTY MF0.C0MPANY  Dopt, C3J B, P. O. Ecx, CIO," ,  CHICAGO, [LLP  r^������wM.',i������."' ���������jMa*).'ji'A.i!n.jL-aai.i.iji,vji.1  WAT121!', LIGHT (irOWKU   CO'rf.  TITLES,  * The city solicitor wrote re titles  to Water, Light it Power Company's  property. Ihere ^yas no title"to  the reservoir site or. pipe line and  unless the city instructed him to  the contrary he would have" to insist on that being obtained from  tho Dominion government. The  bank would hand over their securities on payment of the amount.clue  them, lhe water rights were held  from tho Dominion government;  but as these were en -Dominion  lands he had taken counsels opinion  to the effect that' tho Dominion  should endorse .these rights and  had written to the department of  the interior to have this done, and  had received a reply that it was  being attended to. He reminded,  the council that the agreement  with the company provided for the  works to be handed' over in a  thorough state, of ropair.  WORKS COMMITTEE.  Aid.. Taylor reported re stream  cast of railway track and,drain near  Cowan block, . ��������� <y <  HEALTH COMMITTEE,  ���������   It was resolved that the salary of  the health officer be $10 a day,  An amendment to the health bylaw was adopted providing for the  city taking in hand the scavenging  system, but the cor.ncil' decided to  publish it meantime for the information of the citizens,  gexetiaL,  - Seme discussion took 'place in  regard to the enforcement of the  bylaw?) the opinion being expressed  that it was the duty of the chief of  police to carry.out the bylaws.  ' .'JCAVEXCir.NG,  It was resolved that.-the public,  works committee   report at   next  meeting as to the price af which a  suitable horse and wagon could be  conducted for cltyscavcnging,  ,(3rent fuh was indulged in over a  bill of #87 for liquor supplied,.to  the pest house;  Didn't Marry for Money.  Tlie i3eistun man, who lately rnatiii'il  n sickly Hell ynun<r woinaii, is happy  utiw, fin- In.',gut Dr. Kii)K> Ni'W Lifu  PilN', which ' restored lier (ei perfect  lienllli. Inl'allililu fur Jinimliu'P,. Uil-  liiuisiii'ss, iMnli-iiia, Fever and A^ttn  iind'aiill Livci anil Stomach IroiiMes.  Gentle lint effective. Only 25c. nt Iho  (Jiiuitdii Dm;: and Book store.  Criminals Furnished with Revolvers  by Unknown Accomplice.  SEC  in.  ���������:^GlSTEf������6������  This sjjunp used by llio JOHN Mc-  P IEH8UN rO./ Limited, of Ilaini!'  Imi!,- the only Uniiui Factory in Canada,  A proi'l.i'iiiitlioii Im1* hi-cn issued pm-  flainilii): .Sliii'i'tti ncily. Neiiiiiiialiiuis  for the (11". t cntmcil  will In* li������'ld on I hi'  jif'.il ������'������id V\W\\������W Oil till'W ������l $Wl  C-Jfc  THOMAS LEWI.V.  Bak?p, Confectioner,  Caterer, Etc.  Choice  Groceries.  Graham Bread,  Wedding Cake a Specialty  Mail  ui-fli'i-s   pi'iuiiplly and  ciircfiilly atleiult'il to.  p, b, m 192. mmm, u  jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.,   ���������  Retail Dealer ln^uia22a!^>  BEEP,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game.in Season.  All orders promptly filled.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Tui'onlo, June -I.���������A  ���������ihoyi'lliiT tin wiuil eil  cliaracti'i  eiveiiiiier,  i ^  and June1!  Iriift'i'dy  iifnii  nnd   I lu illiu^r  (ic'i'iii'ii'd   in   Hie  cily   tlri>  Tluvi*   men,  ltice, Rntleel),'!'  (..'Iiinino criiiiiniil-i who have  feirnar   Doiiglns  anel Kiajfrtrcctij.  WANTED.  Agents for Kootenay and Vicinity  for the sale of hnrdy lines  of standard fruit- stock,  small fruits, ornamental  trees, shrubs, etc. Terms  liberal.    Apply now to  -  PELHM1   NURSERY ���������.'���������-COMPANY,  1 orohto, Ont.  Notice to Subscribers."  Tho proprietor af tlio ,ICoothnv.y Mail re  qvo-ith Mili'cnbnr.s to iielvl-c Iriin of ftpy irrwra-  lifi'ii iintli'i'noiii^ I rial nl. I hu Si:-.������ieui>  for Mililiintf a li/uik nl, Aui'iira, wvre  lieiiiR di'ivi'ii in a hack hack lit j dl  ah nil Aim lock in I he ('Vi'iii'iitf. (.'(unity  C'oii-!nl le iJoyd nml une piintuicr sal  on tine .������i'iil, nml the ol her I wo pri.-on-  ei'������ ynl. tippo-ile. All lhe I'l'l-iiiii'iv  weie luiiitli ull'i'tJi anel lhe two ."eatetl  lo^i'llnr weie a I-11 limitleiilTi-el lo-  ^ellii'i*. C'uiiiily Cuii-liilile Slt'W'ii'l  sal olir.-iilc, lii'side I lie hack thivii'.  As lhe hack pn-'setl lliu cornel ol  Sciiincl) mid Oennid, a slra;iij;e innn  appealed stiildi'ii!v, anil llrievv, one  aflei'until her, I luce revolvers into tin-  hack window. The pi Nnnci's succi-'ecl  ed in picl.ini; Iheni up. nml iniinediali-  ly lii'^aii liiing. (Iiiiistrilili- IJ.iyil wat-  .iluin.-ti in-lmilly hlmt lliruu^h lhe  head. The hack was slopped, tlie pri.s.  oners jumped out. and sprang on ,-���������  inissini; si reel-car, oiili'i-iti'j lhe mo-  lo.-iuaii. lo irei nheail. The car incii.  iKiwevei', showed li^ht.' The tondiiclci  wilh i>ivt\l pifsciice of .iiiind, pulled  I In* 111 'Iley pole' off lhe wire and hlock-  eel thecal*. ' The nioleiriiiaii struggled  with the I'lifTiaiis, and lhe conductor  (���������ame cjuickly to his assistance. Meanwhile Constalili: Stewart and the hack  If  Address to Rr/. C. Lad ner by His  Karn,'oops Congrejction.' ���������  .a c *  (From lire Inland Sentinel.)  The ��������� members of tho church and  C(injr;re>?tituui ������E tlie Mclliodibt church  at the clustj of the prayer meeting on  Wuiinesday ni^ht presented' their de-  pa.itin;/ pastor, Rev. C. Ladnor, with  an addifi.ss and a purse, ooiitiiiniiix ������75.,  TIib preseui'iitiurii were made, hy  .Mesdames Uiililiri-^rt and Herod. Mr.  Ladner feelingly replied in , stiitiilili;  turnis, being grjntly touched by this  unexpected manifestation ejf kindly  feeling on the part of his friends. The  address reads as follows:  Kaniloops, May 23th, 1901.  ToEev.'Cliiia. L-idner,  Kumloops, 15. C,  Dear Sir and Dm.:���������  There are inoineuts when the  heart  can least express  its  feelings   hy   the  * lips keeping silence,  and  again   when  the tongue of the  orator  must  wi'i\a  put fut'th the  silvm   sounds   in,, order  lhat,' expression    may   he   given     to  thoughts   mid   desites.    Jiut   on   tliis-  occasion   we,   your  congregation   and  frieiieis he.re iisyuuhled, Iind it dilliculf  to keep silence or yet to put our   hand  on   the   silver-tongued    orator     who j  might.express what we from our hearts  desii'P,  It is with'mingled feelings of sad-  nesa and joy that we meet with you  and your family to hid you adieu and  wish you God speed. Sadness that we  are temporarily to he separated from  you w hu. has heen our faithful and  lielm'P.tl pastor fur so many years.  Sadness 1 hat' your kind and loving  advice 111 list needs be often missed  when you are ahsent at In bul* ill'another part, of Uod's vineyard,  Jlut ining'eil wilh the sadness is the  joy that the yeitia gone hy have been  so liuppily spent between us in our  relationship us pastor.and people, and  jiiynus in the. thought lhat our (separation U but temporary, fur. we. have  'the assurance lhat when the Mastei  *hall lnivn summoned you and 111' from  this (.'ai 1 hiy abode" we shall join in  singing the song of the "���������.���������edeemed  where, lhe parting sigh 'arid the tear-  stained cheek tire, unknown,- " ���������  . Mrs. Ladner and the other members  .of your esteemed family sliull be truly  .missed by us, and to them we ex ten')  uiir best vv ishes fur continued health  and prospei'iiy and usefulness in  Masiei's service in their new ������ur  rounding*, lit; assured that they uud  you leive behind many fiie'nds who  shall ever remember them at the  Tlii'oue of Grace.  Gulden, I3.C, Our.e.'i.���������Hon. Francis  J. Lascelles, son of the fourth Earl   of  Harevvood   and    halt-brother   of   iho'^  present earl,   and   al.-o   cousin   of   Sir  Frank La-scelles,   ambassador*   10   German v, is the central figure in a tracedv  which has cast a gloom over.'tliis   valley.     Mi*.  Lnscflles'  servant   is dead,  shot by his mauler, and the latter  lias  been   committed    to   the. asylum     a  .raving maniac.  The tall and distinguished-looking "  Englishman who has been a prominent;  ranch owner rf . Thunder <\{\\\ for a  number erf years, has been very popular all through this section. ' Of engaging manners, he has been followed  Iiy lroups of .friend-;, who iiked hini  fur���������himself. Pii.sses������ed of'l.'irge private  means, he has always ,been public ,  ���������-piiited. He lulds iho controlling  interev-a iu the Upper Columbia Kiver  Navigation and Tramway Company,  and other coi porulion������,  Willi him in his ranch house, at  Thunder Hill have lived Mr. John'  Lambert and Mr. Frederick Kiniptou,  aud he vvas attended by two Chint-se  se.rvanis. For sonic time past he has  been brooding over 11 fancied insult in  connection- with   his   heinc  called   to  .in  .Magistrate  ScoviJ's  court in a di-pi>te over u horse.    Since-  that time he has been much unsettled.  In lhe middle of the night L-imbeit  wns w likened by heming Luscellesi  announce that after counting five he  would shoot the first man, he saw.  Thinking that KinipionJiud left the '  house. Laiiibert got out ns cjuickly as.  possible, He heard u shot lired mid  saw one of ihe Chinese servants running will) his elulli.es in iiis hands,  Lambert ut once st 1 uck fur liie cmup  of two men who were fencing on Lun*  cedes' estate]  In the iiieanlinie Kiniplon tells ,uf  how he stood -%in 11 luom across ,alio  hull from a maniac, unable to shut thu  ducir or get to the window mid heaid  a shot fired ftcmi'tr gun at a distance  of two feet into the brain of tho  Chinese cook. Kimpton., then .made"  llisescape.wilh the awful denunciation  of Luscelles' at the" now iuaminalo  form of his fancied foe ringing' in his  ears. ���������  Kimpton tjoliiied'Constable Cameron and Coroner Elliott who'drove out  to the"ranch, and after' much diplo-  .in.icy disarmed Lascelles who was  brandMiing a loaded Winclifiiicr.  . Since that lime. L'iscaHes has been  verv violent. On beiutr' taken to  Golden mi examination uf Mi*. 1/is-  cedes vvas triarlu by Dr. Eiliolt uud Dt*.  Tav lor, nnd. 11 ceriifieali: of insanity ���������  >igned by lliciii and a couunilnipnt to  to ihe.nvyluin tit New' Wesltniiislei'  was made. . .,,  n  O  The'following were lhe scoiesal the  regular weekly r-hool on Satuiday,  20 hirds iinktiown iiul'U's :  , CL.VS3 1.  J. G, Bat her 13 (gold htitlnn), ,  A. J. McDonnell'11 (.ilvel-'huLtOli).  K. A. Upper 12,  Cl. U. Skene S,  E. K. VincentS.  A. McRiieO.,  CLASS 2.  A. E. Phippsl'_>(goiil hit tion).  ii. .McKay S.  D. .Steii'iiian 0.  T. E. L. T.-r vim fi. ���������      ,'     .  n  ,l";! Special Transportation  Rates for  MIC. ' '  Vanco'jvsr Cc-lo'jration.  Thi;   Vancouver  Oiang'Miif-ri's   celebration cuiiiiniiii'eaie making m range-  As a slight token of our esteem   we! me-nt fur (lie Twelfth of July ceh'hra-  ask you lo   accept   at  our   hands   for' lion   1,0  li"  held  in that 1 iiy and ilu-y  Mrs, Lu'diicr as well as  yourself   these j expect   lo   have  hel w ecu fuur and live  thou-.Hid 0."ril'.g--ll)('ll pie-enl. fieitll all  pill'!,'- of ll)'1 province. Itevel-lolc  lodge ha-: fir .xousc liuie iiml inirb v  I'uii-idi'i alion the adv ir.il'ilily i'f Jul, *  ing in ibis ci'ii-hiMiioii and with ihu  tr.iii.-poi In!Ion in'.e* given b. low  there i.- wiy lii lie doubt hi: I Ihu! ihe y  vvill fully d'-i-idi- al tlicll' next nn-t-Iijij-i  S|)i'cinl ai rangcini'iil-  have been iirac'e  purses, not fur the value of their  .���������onlen 1 h, for lhat ciii *be con 11 led in  dolliU"e and 1 cenl", but because ihev  convev with them .vhut iiiuuey can  not buv, nmiielv, (he 'best wMius,  priiyeis and 'loving syinpaihy ot 11  devoled people to 11 faithful pastor,  May liie God of all grace abuiitJant-  ly bless you and   spare   you   to   many  1101 e yeais of service is lhe  prayer  of   w*;',  |,h��������� ir.i;i-porl,-il:onV(Miip.iiiii- ;o  your people.  Deafness, Noi32s h .tlio Head, &c,  positively citre-d by HAKbKV'S EAK  LO'J'ION. This new Remedy goes  right lo lhe actual scat of lhe disuse,  and has (dlVcled Mich reniarkable cures  that the greatest hope is held out. I.o all  siiff> ivi.Stiii) mutter how had or longstanding I lie'case niny be. .Ona bottle  will cure any ordinary f<''|se, and vvill  he sent securely packeeluiid pnst-pmd(  with full directions'."and fesiiuiouia'.s  upon receipt eif,$1.00 Older diiecl  i'roin Jajibs 'iiillMihKY, 2i Stockdale  Ruiid, S.uilli ^uiibtall, '���������id*J||'4ojii'ijJ.vOv  Jjijtj (ijrti ,s'c/|jj8;.tf|j (('ulykI>*i.fti|w f.        .' ���������-.-  iir.'coiiiiiiod.-ile tin-' tr.ivi-I niul, ii isM.-i:-  ed, that the luwrcLexfitlsion lutes ever  CJll 'ti-d liic.-illy liv the Ganrxii.ru Pari: c  It lilw.'iy. Im ve I cen giaisli-d for tl. s  event. The tick.',:.- will In- g iod for  four clays at lhe following return rule.-:  Rcvel-tcike lo Vancouver and return,  SO; Salmon Ar n. S7 .V): Kauiluoji--, ftfj;  Ai-hcroft. i?-;: ihu 1 i-mr, ������2.33: Mis-ion,  $103. Round (rip tickets from Victoria will    lie   ipinlrd   lit yj iiiiil .-[ eciill  rites vvill lie fiiiiii'iiiu-i'il uy 1 Iv Fraset'' :  river s.ti'iriiier'-' nnri liver th������ Electi-ic  rtailvvay fr-oirr 'New West ii>in*.tfiy' To  accouiiuod .rr the Xanaimo .Orange-'  nii'ii twu ..'f|,. liui >ii'-iiini-i.- will he run,  The Spol'i: Coiiuuittee ha* iiri.-t'ige'd n  inatc:j. Iifi ween two . letciil; 'nirnsse ���������  leiuns mid n gcintl lUlilttjc pi( gVuiilUH  -i0 bviMtf ^m.w":      ���������'���������'  ^���������w������4^������ii������MiiiMirM������MmiiiiM^^ THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  *m^.<^J^.������^^^.^.5^^* | No.  891'The Nicholson  Institute, 7f0  ���������5 $    Eighth Avenue, New Yoik..  In the trial of a Chinese niiinlei* car-e  at Clinton last week the deprrty sheiitT  ������      Q  .*.  ,i?  .9.  I  if*'  9.  V  6"  -v  ���������i*  &  Maypole Soap will dye ^  any shade.     Won't wash is  out.      Do   not  stain   the |  ��������� hinds, and can be used on $  all kinds of cloth, gloves, a  handkerchiefs,      ribbons  etc.  ^ ! allowed   the   jurors   to   sepaiate.     It  Sold in 15c.  Cakes, f  " and all colors kept on  hand at the  APURCORAPE  C1E4M   OP TARTAR  POWOEn  being the Ia<t c;i<c nn lhe docket anel  the balance of the jurors having been  discharged, lhe c*oiut dismissed the  jury and adjourned lhe case 11nli 1  another assize. The chief justice  aitiTivards lined the deputy .sherdf  live hundred dollars.  The board of health held two sessions .Monday when the qua rani ine  expen-e account's vvei-e pics.'nleel.  Coiifideralile di-cu-sion followed, the  (il.ji cliunahle ileihs onlhe lit-t'J being  that, of liquor ftu ni-hetl to palient.-  and sn-p"iin and clothing purchased  for um' of lhe 1.liter* while detained -in  camp, both i J' which the council le-  tnwpil iri accept fm' 'payment. Tin;  liealili oflii'ei'expl.lined liN >idi'of il.e  :')'; case  and  at, the close  handed   iu   hi>  a- i  7, i i-e.-iguiilion which will be dealt will] al  ... I  . i...  .1 , ,: ..,-  , i ..:������ ������1.1 ,  I  .$  V  I OanailaBpug&BookCo i  r  Revelstoke  Station  i.lie icgtt'ar ineeling of lhe council this  evening.  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.  ^���������feft'fePb,fe'rPi''^ft'4lrP:',^r9i'^.-ft''^rPi'-'pi'*i'*>1  BORN.  C'HOSS-At Winni|ieg, on lhe 2nd in.-t..  to the wife of"for. Ci;o>-', a daugh*  leiv  MARRIED.  Smith-Savage--Ai IteveMoke. on'the  ���������lib' inst.. at the l-f-idencc-of  Mr.  '.Ii.hn'Keriiahiin.   by  llie'ltev. W.  (',. CJ.dder, Mr. .lames B.'Smith, of  ,    New Denver, lo Mmlha Savage, of  Kevel-loke.  J. J. Young   wits   in  '    (Jul prices iu l.ii yclesal, I!. Ilow-onV'.  ' The  Oriental  Commission   is  in session at. Seal lie.  A. Leamy has been appointed counly  judge .for Ivootenay. ,   _   ,  The Biil Mi American Corpora I ion  will, go "into voluntary bq'iid ttion.  '- Prize'..".lock '.for   <aii'-S.-0    \V. L.  C^ock'-rid���������apply lo Mrs. Tapping.  Alexander   lleiiih-rain,  px-allorney-  ' g'-neral   bus  been  nppuinled  judge ut.  Vancouver.  ,. L-'irge.KhipnuMil of Woolen, Brussels,  ami Tapestry cai pel-*, direct. * from  England,,at 11. Iloivson'*-.  'Tin'   quarantine  w,-ti iigain.lifted at.  two.o'clo.ck on Tuesday afternoon the  residents of Stump Town and guests ol  t- iieOity Ilotel were released. ,  At lhe last meeting of die Vaneuu-  ver city council the resignation nf  Chief of Police Stewart, one of the  oldest officials of the city, was read  and accepted.  Trout L-ike citizens are making preparation"* for the celebration of   Do-  ,inininn Day     At a ineeling   held   hisl  week  committee!'  were appointed -io  secure u site and draft a programme.  FOR SALE--A theodolite by Giub'y,  ripply to 1\. II. Mayiie, Reyel-toke.  John E. Wood has slm ted opposition .j^.,,,  Lo'the city cniuicil in the line of side- ^  walk building and Ibis week laid a -  livo-pl.mk walk from KcKtMiziij avenue  Lo his new block.  At the Big Eddy tnill.-ilp rogood deal  of piling has  been  driven and lhe-ile  the   cily   tiii.s  Week.  Aiehdeacon Me Kay is in the cily  to-dav.  D. Williams lT-it on Tuesday for  Iva iiiliii'i^.  MissIIi-leii Dunn left for t.he eeiist  Tuesday evening.  L"o V. Simmons, e f Naku p, was in  the cily yesterday.  D. L. Clink, of Trout Lake, was in  he citv Wednesdiiv.  'Roy Troup, ciine up from the south  Wednesday evening.  J. Gialiaiu has *j n'ned the stall" of  Taylor' &.Cieorgc.  Farmer Dos.iley was iii lhe city- this  week fiiir'n Cinigelli'ichie.  Mi'-. L. J. Edwards was a visitor  i'roiii N,iku-p on Wednesday.  ,  '��������� '  ''Di*. While, of Halcyon, C'illlie i:p  Tui'Ml.iy en route fi'i" B.u.11".  (Jury Menhinick, of Canibourtie, was  a visitor in lhe cily Tuesday.  '    Mis.  J.  Caley and child left Sunday  inor ning em a vi. it lo Ireland.  j'. A. F.dlis is making the rounds of  the Laideau di.-lr'ct lhis> vm ek.  M. D. Diiyd cane down fiom. lhe  Bi'inbon Aloud.iy will) the mail.  J.1 Taylor, purser on the S. S. Rus.--  l.iud, was a visitor Tuesday evening.  Ch.'t-'. nilhnan came in'Tmm Calgary  on Tui'.-d.iy "an"d vvemt"do7v7i fu Tilui.  L-ike..  Airs. .1. J. F'lley. of Ari'owhead, is a  visitor lo lhe city, the guest ol .Mrs. F.  AlcC.iily. "  Mr-.--. T. J. Graham mid Mi-.- Unice  Graham left this morning on an ex-  I ended v i-it Is tlie east.  Ed. Ci-riling, of lhe Climax'"Hotel,  relni'tii'd yesterday' after a trip ot  several months duration.  \V, iJ. Pool his icceiveii from J. D,  Gi'ihriin, ot Aliin, a handsome wall h  cb.tiii made uf Atliu nuggets. ,  Mi  pel".  Is ^V?Hpj&Sb  Highest Honors, World's Fair  Co:-.! Mc-dal, [tiidwinier Fair  Avoid  Uniting riiwrtera   contsliilns  alum,   Tiie-y aro Ii-.'-ii'lous Ij l.c-uJtli  "^Smith-Savage.  " A quiet wedding took place early  Tuesday inorning at the residence of  Mr. J. Keri.iijrli-in, lhe coiitracling  'parlies being Mr. -J. 15 Smith, manager e>f limit*tie, Bros. New Denver  .branch, and 'Alks Martha Savage, of  Revcl.Moke. MUs ' ' Kernagliiin  pet foi med,the duties of nrtid of honor,  while Mi. C. I'. McDonald supported  lhe bridegroom. Afier lhe wedding  bteakfast was M'rvcd the paity drove  to the station? the newly married  couple boarding 'ilie Irani for" their  home in New Denver.' iJotlr' parties  are well known in Revelslnke, Air,  Smith, previous to his letnoval to New  Denver, having .fulfilled llio dutie.s for  some, time of manager of F. R. Stew-  at t ek Cn.'s branch here. ;   >  e ;   A Terrible Explosion  "Of a ga-oiine, Move burned a lady  here frightfully," writes N. E. Palmer,  of Kiikiiian, la.,, "The best docli'rs  couldn't, heal, lhe limning sun' Ilia!  followed, but. Bucklen's Arnica .Salve  entirely cured her." ' Infallible for  Cuts Corns Scues. Boils. Bruises,  Skin Diseases and Piles. '2"5c.-at the  Canada Drug and Book Store.  .  The Impel i.-'d Limited comes on next,  .Monday. '  i,   ' , "  OhsiTval ion cars*   have been  put' on  ihe run   east of   here for the niinniet  i- ���������        i '  month-'.  The C. P. B. h;t ve ins! it tiled ,-t.sys-  letn cf pi'i'-on.-illy coiidticlod lours sen  s.icce-*sful on Anieiicaii reads.   ���������  Three woik trains are now engaged  on lhe liiounliiiii division--one at 'Ross  Peak, one ea = l of Illecillewaet and one  east of Donald. '        ' \\  T. W. Biadsiiaw, C. P. R. agenl,  leave* ibis evening fm* the coast where  he will -.pend his holiday-*. Ile vvill be  accompanied by Airs. Bradshavv.  I!, L'lquhmt has re(ni*ned from ll p  Biolhei hood uf Riilroad Tininrnen'*  convention   vvhiihei    he   had  amicus.  ���������'. L'.diler, wife of Rev. ('has. Ltd- I ,,,,.,,.���������,���������!..!!',.-,. rmm (,'laciei' Lodge.   '. I.  -expelled   from   Kaniloops   lie.'Xt  ' thern company. All rolling slock of  the N. P. not included in the sale was  removed across the boundary that  evening before midnight.  ���������General Pas-enger Agent Dnncim I.  Robeits of the Eiie lias nonounced nis  resignation. His succes-oi" will be D.  L. Cook, his present assistant. Mr.  Roberts goes to another eastern road.  Daniel Will.ittl. lale of the Baltimore  & Ohio, will be assistant to the president of (he Eiie.  W. C Aloi'i'is find associates have  signed contracts in Spokane for work  on lhe Republic and Grand Folks railway." Construction has commenced  and 1,000 men me io he. at work in a  month. The railroad is to be completed lln.s summer. It will he standard gauge and -10 miles long.  Another- car on the Syracu-e, Lakeside and Balelvviclsvilli! roael, w ith -J8  passengers, jumped the track while  'rounding the shnip curve at 2151 li  street, Syiactt-c, Wednesday, plungtd  ;r.-ross the'soulh track and lopphd  over, injuring 20 seriously. Failure of  the li ind and e-lee-lric- brakes lo check  t.he speed of the cai' as il shot down an  incline was respon-ilile foi- the incident.  ,Xo one was killed.  A special  train  cmrying lhe U. S.  railroad commissioners passed liirongh  Revel-loki!   on   Salurdav evening en  loute ti'i San Francisco.- To a Vancoti-  ver Province repoi tei-Piesident Lintlly  ex|",lained  the objects of the National  Association'of Railway Commissioners  to be as follows :    " Each of the states  of  the   American   union   has a slate  commission for (he purpose of regulating the , rales, taxes and so on of'the  railways.   Every year'a convention is  lii-ld at which all Ihe diilVrent stales of  the   Unitfil   Slates    are   repieseuted.  Last  year   llu* ineeling vvas held   in  Alilwmtkee.    This year itvwill he held  at San Fiancisco on June -till, while  next year it will  be held at Carolina,  A special  (rain  was got together at  Chicago  by which the members of the  commission  and I'i iends are concluded  to   the   place of   the convention,   At  this conver.tion (���������oinmittees are formed  and   given   ditf. rent, ��������� brain lies ot   the  woik   to. look   after.     They   prepare  their views and  n-poit lo  (he convention as to what new r emulations should  be adopted for the coming yeai'.  There  arc hen- thirly-tv'vo stale's repie'sented,  and nl San Fianci'scfi we will lie joined  by lhe  live  inlu'state  coniuu'tce com-  i inissioner--, whose duties are .national,,  not. for individual slates, and wlio ar-c  nppoinled   by   (he   president   of'    the  UniteclSt.ites. A I'ooliilion   will he. in-  tioiliiced   at   the   convention   in   San  Francisco,   inviting' Canada r to   send  delegates  lo -future Hirelings making  our  associ.ilion   mi   internalioiinl  organization   of   ofilcials   haying to,do  wilh railway affairs."  Kootenay Railway '& Navigation  .Company, * Limited.   .  HARDWARE  MMWWP.'-Hliu.^.fl  uy������|l  ������������v.Mn-TnjMjrOTm iMMTumresmsrTSTCTm  iuM.iojjjnameij.mv.. Bwnnrgggaajaaujim  PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND BRUSHES.  Miners Octagon Steel, only Jessop's best kept.    Picks,   Shovels,   Barrows,  Single and Double Bitted Axes, Cross Cut Saws.  Builders' Supplies���������Nails, Building Paper, Locks and Hinges.  ARDWARE ONLY, W. ffl. Lawrence, Revelstoke  Carpets, Linoleums, Floor   i  , Cloth-*, Blinds, Wall Paper,&c  Second     Hand    Fm nihil h  'Uought aird Sold. ��������� Warehouse for Storage of Furniture at monthly rates,  / C;r,t for Pianos,' Organs, and  ������wu g iVachin s.  H. XELOSKTSOlSr.  Spring ^ S^1^11^^ G������������ds to Harfd  Extra strong Serges for pants at'$5, made to order.  First-class Spring Suitings from $20 to $28.  fn n  s  ion,  'The only difficulty in select-  .....Jn^-.ypur suit here is due to the  fact   that   -wc   have   such   a'  great variety.  , If   you  want a fashionable  spring   suit   or overcoat   we  suggest   a   look at   our new  goods.  I"'Suits $18, $20, $22, to $35.     '  Trousers from $2; 5, G, to $10.  Ladies' High, Class Custom Tailoring,    ,  Cressman, McKenzie  Ave;  NOTICE.  week lo lake- up her re?id>*ni*e lu iv.  Clin"*. Lewis Crime uji from Trail im  Monday and vvill remain in llu* iu������i.i������  ,iticc   ollice   of   his  brothel   for some  A good d"ii'i of work will lie dune on'  tV xumvshed-* llii^ <rea-=on, and Ritii-'  warier5 will be euiplnyi'd in elfeci ing  r ipnir-s and lenovating potliuns of  e-ci-ting shec1,-".      .   , '  Mr. ,1. IT. Oray having resigned liisiin-<:t!oii  as Jjuiel Coiiiiiiii-.iieaier uf tins ('oiiiiimiy. all  coiiiriiiiiiitiiitioiis in rcfcieiice to Ka-lo ^* Slocan  Hail way Curuiiiiiiy'd hurcls .ilioulel bu aeLlrecficel  to   -  110D7. IUV1XO,  v ������ '       Alau.igci'.   ,  Kaslo. P.C..  OlnySU, lOOI. ' 0-it  .LOITER   .  . Wholesale Harclwate; Ship1 /Chandlery and' ���������  :������������������ "'��������� ^'-' - Miirip.g.Supplies. '���������    ��������� > '   ;  Hardware Department, 8-10-12 Coi*dova; Street *.,',���������  ���������-  ' Ship 'Chandlery Department, 8-10 Water Stree  i  9 '  Ono EIoolc fl*om CPU Dapot  and Stbara\)oat Wharves   '  R3*furnlobed and Rc-moGellcd  'KatcB $1,50 to $2 per day  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  Willing Wot kc  * cf iht- I,ri,"hv  teriiu) ctiiU'cii wi.| ijirlo .-in i.'i' cri',im  soci t! and s-il'i el Wm! \ on Doitiinioii  D,.y.  JI. Grady was u;i from Si. Leon  Springs on Saturday in uu'-'t lh������- ( on-  t'or tlie j-ic'k-l-idders i.-now ln'ingJixeil. i (r.ictors who .iv-> ligurtog on his new  Theowiu-is are  s;ilie-fii-tl   limy vvill he! l,,)t,-l Imildiii.c.  ,-il.le  to  hold  their  lo������rs  heie without'     The l^;,.,  \itl  S ,,.{,., y ���������f ,il(. pL...,.  diflicnl'v. .      * hyieii.in ihurch   ;irc  m.i!si"L:  pf-p-na-'  Hichiird   Uav id.-on,   iii.tnasrer of t \v> ��������� lioii-< fm*  their  lawn   *>(���������('.ii   to he l'i-lil  Imperial Dank at  Pi ince Allies I, 2s. W.    Ihi- mo'it'n. the -'Xae t  d.:l"'nf which i-. ,  not yri  ki.o v n. [  ,  T. W. Gi'iili'ini, of Tiiom-oi,'-, J/unl- '  in<_', \v,i<  in   I he citv I iii- week and re- i  I in nod   ye>l"i*liv    mot.dug   vv.ih   lii-  f.inrily    vv ho    I.a v ���������     I '������������������':',    H'-iehllg    In  ilev'liliik-' !'i>i   - 'i'.i-j ti ii".  R-v. U.  fi. },U IJi'i',;,  (���������.'   V.n'.eoiiv i--,  To tho Patrons of tho Reve!stok  Sieani Laundry.  F. BUKBR.  T., co'iiiutiicd -uiride Fiiday evi'iiint,'  bv thoolinf; hiiiiscif in th'1 !'oi--lie,id in  n Giaud Tiimk railw,iy I tain, bilvvceii  Cjriui'jhy and St. Citln-i ini'.-".  Ueoigt- .Mulligan, of Liliet.-il. Kan-'i--,  presitleiil of the Iv'Kl. Cily .Mining and  kxplcialion Company, vvhile in Sentlli-  wailing   the   ^ liling "f  a v,"������-'I for I l,e  Viilftui la-t Fiiilay night v.a-lobiied  of Sl'.OL'O.  At a niecliiig ('f lhe N-l-on !,ir-re";<i.  t lull Ilie r������e(T>'tai-y ������'iis iii'liui |.-d lo  wi-ite to all llu- < hi"- i'i 'be iuteiiui  li'-pecliii'-'   I In*   f"l" nation i f a league,  v, a-i on .in,  2 ! oi-������ iiioi-i.ing  I,.i  li  way  to lip' lll'-otl il -T of the Q.'i et.ii At-">''ll|!i-  ly, vv hich iii'ei-. nl On.tvi.i, ,i> iii" i<>-  pi'i'-"t,tativ e of | h,. Wi'-I liiin.'li i Pn->-  hy I ei y.  R   A.   nnul-y   ami   Capt.   Ilnxh.-  r li'.riied   Siluid.iy   from   Ili'^   JJi'ird.  No, 'J   yr-pteidiy   moviing Jind   on  , Imai-d  a  lire:'3   nuinbei   of  passengers .  'from   the  Eini i'e-= of Japan.     They j  were followed in  Uie aiifernonn  by a | '        ,""'    .  Chine-'3 S'C-'i'd. "      ��������� !     On account of the extraordinary  T.   J. .fic.li.ini   h.^ been  ...upum^i , action of the Cily Council  in regard  ' uith the work of repainting  the C. P, j t0 lllc s,nokc slack on mJ Launchy,  . I>: ^em-iph"..-. .uiul.es etc., (hrou-h ! l Nnl1 not b(c abJc,t0- havc   lhe Ja������������-  ��������� ih..  m...].n.ii,i   div-i-i,m,'a;Hl   m.its on I dr>' out on ^"���������������Y-  tin" iv or* iiiimeeliately.  Tii'-  C. P. R    rw.v  i--5ue P.in-Amrri-  c.ni I ii L-i- from  Revei-ioke for riiSO on '  tl:i'    fil-t    aril    third   To ('"������������������day-!     each  m-iiith  ,i vail i'i|--   for GO days and cov- ;  ei ing lire i ou'id tr'p. ' ,  The  D.   C,   R.-vinw  Male*  Unit   Sit \  William V.m Hot-lie, oiiid f.l I.i'i" large  ll'ilib-l- 'f ' 'a ll.ieli Hi P'.iillc '���������lick'-,  !) I    e    -( M    I ll"    II'.. in," | in , io,)   (if   ( heir  hu'i'lii'g- .nu! .!.������������������ "-lei! b. Uri'.it Norlli-  i'1'ti,  R.--' DOWSWELL,' Proprietor,  Vancouver,   B. C.  liiil.v.iv   i;i''"-,    v. ..i   O'lglit  lo know,  'citv   th it    'li"    pi I'.ii'ii * ui   <>f   .Malinger  V\'!i\ I" .!���������> il->��������� i-t,1111' lo t !ii' Pr i-l-ic!c!,l   Ih  ilier el'.* pa v ing ! he vv ay lor I be ,ip| oint-  ment, (if   Mr.   Wh\ie   lo -i cteed Mr.  s  IJi(-i'.I-'iii, of lhe C.i-  l(,,d-ece what could h.' ilo:ie in tlie vv.-tv i Th".V   i"|������"it.   ill"   vv.nking,   Ue'epie-i.e    Shaugliue-y as   IJi(-i-.boil.  uf arranging chili-*. '��������� l'������-������'11   9",:i1'   C,'"''k' "' '"' l''> MllN" ', nadi.i". I'acillc.  f M-tui-v and liie jiro[)"i'ly H | i-o-pci ling , .  Allan   C.   Slewmt.   piincip.il  of  tlie ��������� W(i���������_  V^.y i,mugl,f down co,:sidenil,!e       H '^ rp; nrtcd   t '-U r. ang  \Vji.i   nml   nhoeil  of   Vancouver,   luis i ...,,.,...*��������� ......   rr,,���������iw,o i,,r, r,,��������� r>,n..     miidi'   in   ih"  urciii'ical   *  West end   m liool  of   Vancouver,   "'..-j L,olc, (h,,t  "heen iippoii.U'd inspector of ������. ImoN f.-i j |(lll,^ ,,��������� "MoTTd.M  F,r.-(, and West Kootenay.    Mr. Stew- * (1  rot vvill l'-idi-iii Ni'l.-on and will i-til-r ( f^im  li j icsp' lii; dulit'h after July bt.  ���������ollgl)  Capt. Hughes left for Pitt--  ifc --xpet trf  In vi-it  lhe  company"-,  propel ties   .-igain  llri-  /e^ are to li"-  -I,iff' oi" (he  C. ]"'. It. here, "A.r. Jlohhs goir.g lo  Vancouver to tai<u cli.ii'ge of Sin- C, P.  H, -lrop-, vvliih- promotion i-< iilm ii,  for 2ifr. Ti"i,pl>".   Tber >��������� \->, h<  > Vancouver Engineering Works9  Iron Founders,  Boiler   Makers and   Machinists,  Successors to ARMSTRONG & MORRISON.  Wohiivo tlio moht cohiiiU'Lc MACIIINK HII01* nml KOUNDltV ccjiuiiincnt west cf Toronto  for tlie uinruifaclv.i'o ul'  Hydraulic Ginnls, Riveted Steel Pipe, Grizzlies, Rlftlce, OfeCars,  Ore Buckets, Steel Wheelbarrows, Stationary, MaKr.c and Logging  Engines, Steam Pumps,  Marine -Repairs, Sheet Iron and Steel  ���������Work ',.-,' .       ���������'���������  Wei have in stmk foi- iniiiicilialu el til ivory liOll.KliS. KXtil.VKr", PUMPS. OHIO CAItS.  WTIKUl.H.AIiHOWSiuiel MINING nnd HAW.M I bh SIACHINJil.'Y fit i-vcrv iluserintloii: alhO  IlOll.Kl! TL'llKd, WUOUGHT.1UOX J'11'15 anel FITTINGS and KNUIXJCKKS' BHAfiS GOODS  nirclSLTl'UK.S.  Corrcspciiilciico solicited anil carufnlly alien lod to.  OFFICE AND WORKS-Foofyof Heatley Avenue  Vancouver, B. 0.  It is only by careful study  the c!ru^L/i:-l Lecoincs a factor  in the ttiu^-^le for health .'ind  happiness.  GUY BARBER,  Watches, Clocks,  Jewellery and, Silverware.  Engagement Sings a Specialty;  C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR.    '  Revelstoke Station, B.C.!  t ii iwra  P\  A pi'tilii'ii s-igni'd hy nll'l hf l"''"'1"'-j upem In u������d on Wednesday even ine/  nej.iL*[ii'C>pU' in Wund.-toL-k, hni licen j ],y ||)i> T.dcpt. Horiely cf .St.. I'ilei>.  sent In th'" mini^tc'i (if jrislii-e ii^kintr j ,.],,,,,.*) piovcil a Brunei >-iiecr-!������ Ih"  fr.r I lie exeii-i-e.- uf clemi-ncy in lhe I i���������,^f. h.-,H lii-iri^' cnnvrleil. The eiiu-f  ea-eeil I*"icd ('ulliri"-'. vvhei wa- n-c.-iilly  sciileiici'd In death nl, Ih" Guillen  ,-������>.-izcr-.   (Jollii)i was 'i NV(i(id.-toc-!; hey.  TOl'niE DHAF.-A rich laely, rid  nf.her'D.'afii'^Hancl Noises in th" Head  hy Dr. NicbolsutiV:v\iIielal Ear Drums,  (,'iivi' $25,CG() to his Iiis-litule, :sr> Ihu I,  rlewf peciple tinahle  lo.proni.U' Hie linv  fy\w? ni",v !j|ivf' vSt-'P1 f/'''1'*   A'-'.1'1'''31?  iste-iefur .vJr.   Ji"r,pl>".    i ijei e i-1, iii.'.v- ; Hnr rcnnKition hnt; hoon \ur\n  Ti,,- .', 1'.,:u,,H,,?,t ���������,���������,,,   m   ,h,' ���������1VI. ���������in��������� ���������,rl; U1     JV, ���������.,���������,���������,,��������� . Oui reputalwn h������ boon won  ilem-t ci' the preignimme1 rtin-i-iteel of a  mti������ie-,i! drill, wax vvnrk������. and I In- cake-  walk danced hy lhe children. Hooihs  were provided .where one: could either,  hiivetheir foi tune! told, tfet, a eli.-ih. of  ice cream,'or have a look nt, I he'.ctirjiis.  At lire close of lhe coirci'il. dancinir  la gun and vvas kept i.ij) until iihouL  I iiVlocfe.       ������������������'���������'���������  ihc-i! ( h.-uiRf.'-',  It i^ now dr'finilelv kiTV.vn lli,it pro-  pri'iil-i ai ^ heiiif? mael," |.i ih'1 jrnv^rn-  ment hy I lie (I. P. I', to tmild t ivo new  lin".H nf railway���������nm'on the tiririli siih'  uf I he Fi.r-ier Id lleipe, and I lie oilier  from : ,S|ir-li(r'.- JJiid-^i- (<��������� Midrt'iiy ((i  eipi'ii iip'Nicoia'aird .Similkamcre'ii.  The Nurllu'rii f'acilir ftu il way (Jon),  pimv went out of JniM'ne.-s in Muriitolia  George F9 Curt is,  .'"The Druggist,"      f  Py  ,,.,,.    ,       ,.,..,       ,,,,,���������       , i   * ���������Sutxc.Hsor Lo Thr.McD. A\ W. Co.  nl. il ii clock nn r rnhiv nu'hl, Ilie rend ���������'. ���������  (Kdn^t���������hyn <iw\ Y)'XCmiiiaimivuM-' | REYEI-9T0K&8WIQN,.R, Q  by  studying  where to buy  and what to buy.  Wo nnintnin thnt reputation by careful attention to perfect filling of 'prescriptions and  lowest price:-..  BLACKSMITH & CARRIAGE  BUILDER,  Best Chatham Wagons, Delivery  Wagons , (heavy and litfhl),  JiiipLies, ]3loiip;ns, Harrows,  and Cultivators.  REVELSTOKE.  I ���������       '  ',    I   ii   .!���������������  (Jt'iiernl Biscop; Cciiiiinritidet-in-Chief  elf. the Imperial fences in' Canada,  ac'e-e*iiri|i,-iuii'd hy * L:eulenaril-C(ili.ii)i'l  (/Connor, of (he l'oyal cnfjine'i'i'?, left  ILilifaf\ fur E>"qtiim;ijt, cm AVedneschij",  A g'ood cause  makes a strong arm/'  The Makers know-  [n^ first ��������� lhat every  y.\iv is worth it,pledge  ii fixed value, through  iheir price on the sole  ������������������"$4*.00,���������$5.50,���������in  "The Slater SW  0. B. HUME & 00.  Sole Local Agents.  Shade Trees; Fruit Trees, Roses.  Persons dr-birntis nf nhtaininp Ap)>1e,_,  Pear, .S'hiide Trees, Lilacs, jiotintain  Ash, Morse Ghesntits,' Hasphcrfy or  Currank. Cushr'S, 'nr Roses, standard  aiid chmliinfj, will find it to Iheir ad*  vjuilatfu tn: ������ddreK3 J. zh,  WH'fStrr,   ���������  f  i  BSsteonKni  RmsuuBunuffiiiiKUUtwa


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