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 I"'  I)  11  READ BYt -  '"., 5,000  PEQPLE  o-   -,  Piow'nci.i! Library  (A  ',.X,-i-iAi'%^l  >   i, (l*i$\  ' '   ��������� 'X  >Ul  - J>'.  ,   'fl  THE HOTEL VICTORIA  ' I:'k  I RASOV, '  VICTORIA.      o -       li. U7  Anicncnii nn t Kuro|*aii'l'Inn,  ' American I'l.in $2.10 mil Upward-.  5-Ltiiiii(lIcal<.a. .-jainplc loom-.  "-Vfil. 10.���������No. 18.  .REVELSTOKE." B. 'Cv'JtTNE 20, 1903.  $2.00 Per Year  ������^<^^t^<^^^(^i^<^i^<^<^(^<^*<^<^<^  !^'-'::lr::j;:86uRWE;!"'':;!  wi'n/T--?-,   n���������_~ i-xiX^���������.    Ti--r..    rti     ti  i      ������.'.-. >r*>  E:Jr BOURNE,  I'Mep'SjaraisJnngs, loots,.Shoes, Hats/Caps'!  CAMBORNE;  Anxiety Caused by' Forest" Fires  jAlhich-Endangered Town,  ,11. Ci vomer, of TXelson, ib opening a tohacco and cigar btore next  the Towtifcitc-Co's.. oflice. '  - A hank is uigonlly needed here.  .Molbon's Bank and the Bank of  Monti en 1 have heen imestigating.  Owing lo tlie heavy wind storms,  Pool creek tiail is blocked 'with  tieesand icquiieb cuttingoutfbadly.  The loiitl connccling'thc townsite  with the new, I'ool creek'hridge  should be cleared and opened for  ti.iflic as soon a& po&bible.       v ,  The mail businebs has incieascd'  enojnmu'sly.thib spring, and at the  present i.ite of progress Camborne  will,soon do'as big a mail business  as Revelbtokc.'   -_' , _'-  The tiail from Camborne to Lexington cieek  is   repSited   to "be in  bad condition and to require urgent  lepair. ' The  budge   has  gone out  omLexiri&tbn cieek     ..       *"  ���������"The town has'been   foi lunate in  seeming the services of Mr. Campbell, the druggibt, formerly  of Nelson   ��������� He is a fir'-t'-class man atjiis  business and bine,to do well.*   2   '  ,   The ~ Northwestern . Development  Co. ha\e decided /to  go   out of the  hotel  and   townsite   business   and  ���������\vill .ttiin .over,   the   Northwestern  Hotel and their interests * in -Gold-  fields to It. F. Perry, u ho is apply-  maffor a license for the hotel.     r A  A. G. TFiasei, formerly of Beaton  andrGoldfiolds, and who has opened  up here in the McDowell b'lock, lias^  one of the  bet  assorted   stocks to'  be found in Kootemiy.   lie'has also  oideied a full set of''show cases, so  he will"be able to make a ihs.t-cla.ss  display of his'goods.'/ <-  ' <���������   - a-  Building at Camborne  continues  lo eo aheiid.    A bakeiv   has 'been  McCULLOUGH \  \ HYDRAULICS  ii -j     -  \  s     '     i  Work  of Plant  Installation  Pro-  *������  i i  ,., ,     gressmg.  C. O.'Flynn, of Duliith, who has  been on a visit to'llio properly of  the McCullough Cieek Hydraulic  Company in which he is inlciesled,  Returned to Revelstoke, Tliuisday  and leaves for home lomoiroiv via  Spokane. He is very f.nontbly impressed with the piospecl-.'rof tho  propeity,'and =.iy* Mr. Sibbald is  making great headway in piepaiing  the plant for operations I though  badly handicapped by delay in  getting supplies' IhroughA Theie  are sixteen men employed- on the  work.    A portion   of  lhc\ piping is  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  READY-MADE CLOTHING.  i,Big Horn Brand, B. C." Union Made Overalls, Shirts,* etc.  * Boys Suits, Boots, Hatsl and Caps.  ���������  REVELSTOKE STATION, B. Ox  fafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafai^fa fat  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  , fa  ������������������^���������^+-M\tif^iMBPft,',-*g-iWMiigaM  MAIL ORDERS.  WRITE FOR SNMPLES.  LIMITED.  wearing  of a   I  It takes a  boy  to  test  the  Stocking.     If ihe can kick a hole  "BlacK,. Cat  Ho^e will  E\crv   stitch   defies   roush   wear  knees, double toes, double heels.    They are a little better  than anything you have >ct seen in hose.   'Perfect Colors.  HIiR-E  AND .ONLY HERE.  qualities  in them he will.  L>ive   himva  stniQole.  They   have   double-  opened opposite the TEva Hotel. ��������� F.r  Goldsmith is bu'ildinga lestaurant.  Wallace Itoss, of Rossland, has in  hand a building 28x36rft. >'and two  and a half storeys in height,t\jhich'  it is proposed to "use 'for-a hotel by  the lessee,-R.'Gunn,.if'lie7can'get a  license.,      > ,   A ' ','-*      _1-  -Theie  has   been   great   anxiety  heic on account of forest hie-'   Since  the firing of .the fallen bush'to clear  the lines of life aerial trams for the  Eva and Oyster-Criterion   the fires  have   spread   tip'   the , .mountain,  destiowng-the cabins of the Lucky  Jack  and   adjoining   property, together   with   a   liirKe"'quantity of  tools   and   supplies.      Down (, the  mountain   file  also   "-pread   across  the ll.it  gieatly -endangering   the  towiibite       Bucket   brigades    had  frequently to be organized  to  save  buildings, and every bit of  hose in  town was biought  lnto'iequisition.  G  Sumnei's house  and   the Camboine Hotel were especially threatened      Mining   Recorder   Sumner  had watchmen  at work night and  day to protect the new government  bridge, o\cr   Pool   cieek,  and  the  noithein   end   of   the   bridge  was  smashed to pieces by a. big tree falling on it.    At   the   Eva   camp  on  Tuesday theie was'nn anxious' time.  Heavy showois. falling Tuesday and  Wednend.iy helped to check (he fire  now in place and the' balance is  being packed in from Downie cieek.  Mr. Sibbald is anxiously iiw.uting  arrival of the sawmillfplant in'oi der  to'get lumber for buildingtfliime.  Mr. TFlynn is an entliusiaslic  'sportsman and thoroughly enjoyed  his outing, game,'such as'-mountain  goaf and bear" beinp plentiful. He  also expresses a 'dene Xo icturn  later in the season' for" a caribou  hunt.      ,   ,     ��������� "'~        4 ., J '  ~:Hpeaking^ of the lianspoitation  facilities, of Ihg Jiend, Air. Fly nn  expressed, disappointment at the  inegularity of the stenmbo.it sen ice  for which' he considei ed there was.  but, little' excuse, /flic' trail he  foiind_to be impassible for'hoi������es  as there are washouts and slides at  various point"..     >  Of the many interesting ex pei i-  enccs of his trip peihaps the most  exciting was that of a bath m the  cooling watersJof i Goldstrcam A At  that point the water has ,-nsen lo  such a height'as to extend twenty  feet or so beyond the endjof the  ferry cable, and thib 'distance Mi.  Flyun hoped to cover bare-footed  and'with trouseia'lolled up while  his travelling-companion was getting into "a pair of, long lubber  boots. Carefully .following the  trail he."allied forth but. l/.ul not  gone far Vhe'n" h'c* suddenly,look" a'  drop and disappeared' from sight,  the roadway having been'washed  out. 'Though handicapped by the  pack ct i l ied he w ltli some difficulty  .escaped being< s.wept ;'.iway by the"  strong"current and made a landing.  HOTEL LICENSES.  cm COUNCIL4  i *���������  Question of Temporary Water Sup-  '/'ply,Settled A ~  'The icgular meeting .of the city  council was held l.istevcning Mayor  O'Hrien ih iho chair, Aid..Hume,  McLeod, AlcMahon^Law and Foote  present. < *  vl,    (Oiiiinsi'ONiin.voi:.       ���������      '  J3oyd, JUiih" & Co.  staling   that  watei piping is on way.���������Filed.  Win. Williamson ie sidewalk  cios^ing in fiont of dns icsidences  on Second '-ticet.-^-Filed for futuie  co.isideiation.  ���������'T W. Bain rcpoi ting tiie'' ahum  system working satisfactorily. Aho  leporting on fiies" af mill and in  lower town.���������Filed. >, ��������� .  tIt.,Tapping stating M. Pottipiece  claimed fiom him fjiJC 25 for portion  of pest hd.iice fencing; a n'd lcferring  council'to receipts on file���������Clerk to  leply council,cannot take further  action.        l    . '   , "  -r-i r ** i  ^'VancotiNcr City Council'extend-  mg invitation to Alayor and Aldcr-  men,to he piesent at Dominion Day  celebiation in that city.l>      -   '  Canadap General 'Electric,Co. ie  sciap tian^formei coils and cost of  nncwing "'���������nine-���������Two new Mrans-  foi mcis'to he puichased and kept  in stock "    w '  Following   lepoit   of   fust .rnilk  test was  icceivecl 'and   authorized  published without comment:���������  f       ii -i       i  '  To the "iM.ijoi \uid  Akleinicn .of- the  ' '   ' City ol Jicvclstoko ' "_  Gentleinen,���������I beg to icpoit that on  the" loth, 16th "and   18th   inst.  I   col-'  lected and  tested  si< ~((i)" samples  of  milk, being sold in   the  city, with the  follow ng ic������iilts ��������� ���������  Sample AV.ird H Mcdallum .  W.ij o^  Ogilvie's Hungarian Flour.,! |  Graham Flour.  Wtioie Wheat Flour.  Rolled Oats.  Corn0, Meal.  I.    /  Bran.  Feed.  Shorts.  Wheat.  <���������/.  Headquarters ��������� for -jGrroceries.  '   of'Guar'ante'ed Quality/"  i, r *   , . r o r  mo  l>  Mr  T Lchi-  W G W it-oil  M    Villi TaOIl  (\   TllllllO^a  ,I I p o bullcr [,ii  lli< ' "   "  |2  .. ,    .._  j I    '  -   '��������� /     ���������'  'It,  " "   "  j >   ���������       "        I'  Yoius icsiicctfiill},  II   Fi.ovn.  ;������ii-:nt-.s  Negligee and  Fancy Soft:  FOIf. THIO   HOT DAYS  Up ic lln  iiiunitc in s-t^ li'.  ^iiiFIS  Women's Whitewear  MUSLIN SKI UTS,  DUAWKKS,  APRON.S,  CO IIS 101" COVERS.  FOE  SATURDAY  SELLING  \Vi_ l:.f. o picked out two lines.     Brtrg.iins they  are if you need ihem.  Dress Goods  In plain Giey-i and Fawns, wash Rood.   Regul.n juke 30c.  Saturday 80c.  Granite Wear  An S qiiiii I. S nice  li.ni'll".    Hernial  Pull, lipped,  ]ii k c 7.")c.  with   Iiiiir  li,iii(lle  and  side  Saturday 50c.  LIMITED.  Millinery and Dressmaking Parlors Second Floor  VISITORS WELCOME.  ATHLETICS.  Revelstoke Meets Defeat in Lacrosse  at Nelson.  Tlmisd.u moining :i team lopie-  senting the local l.iciosse club left foi  the south to cioss slicks with the  pl.i\cis of Nelson and I'ossl.ind The  Inst match was played yesterday nftei-  iioon in Nelion lcsiilting in u \ictoiy  of 7 to nil in fn\oi of Nelson The  game with Kossland will be plajed  tins .lfteinoon when it is expected the  bo\s will meet with better success*  Following is the make-up of the te.i-ii.  Goal, Tumble; point, Millei; cover  point, Jlj.itt; defence, YVickens, Cogli-  lm and Edw.uds; ccntie, Gi.ih.uti,  home held, Wood, Jlehillc and Dotkl,  outride home, Oao, msido home,  Latham, sp.ne man, V 17)ocld.  A K Kinciiic), Mcc-presidcnb of the  chili, accoinpiinied the team  CRICKET.  The meeting called for Monday  e\enmg showed ii"coinflcte lack of  inteicst in the game foi (hough seven 1 plajcis lequcstcd the secretaiy to  call a meeting none put in an nppcai-  nncc to assist him in the niiangeinent  of plan- foi the season's practices and  matches '  CHURCHES.  HM.snvri.niAw  Ken. Ifeniy Diokev, of   Wind������oi, X.  is  expected   hcu*   tins  evening bj  tins  the steiimei Rossland nnd will ofliciate  both moining and e\cniiig in the  T'leehylen.in chinch tomoiiow Mi-  Dickoy was an iindcigiadnato m Dnl-  hoiisie. Halifax, at the time Mi. ("iildci  nltendcd (hut institution. Mi. Dickey  i-> in tlu* fi out rank of the young men  of the chinch in the M.uihnie pio\-  iuces  The h.ih'-jcaily meeting of License  Comnnssioneis foi Itcvelstokc Ridieg  was held, Mond.iv at Camborne  Present " Messis McC.uty, Kincaid,  JLiggen (chaiim.in )      -.  xi.w Ai-i'j.ion-ioN's  J.    Eobeits,    Goldfieids,     planted,  subject to inspectois satisfaction with  building.  J. H. Smith, ,Goi on.itioii Hotel  Camboine. .Giantcd subjccttospcci.il  monthly icpoit by inspectoi, at cost  of applicant, license to lie cancelled if  house mipiopeily "conduct d Tho  commissioneis examined the house,  found it in gond oidei, and satisfied  themselves the accommodation olleied  hy the house ii\,is, uigently lcquiied,  i\hilc the lesidcnts of Camboine weie  piactically unanimous in suppoi t of  the application F C Klliott .ipjicned  for applicant.  TNoithwcstirn Hotel Gold Melds  The lequcst I>j li F I'eny foi .1  license could'not be entei t.'inul till  the petition was picsentcd and neces-  sai'y adieitismg done so as to gneanj  who wished to object .in oppoitunity  of doing so. The coninnssioncis e*c-  incsscd doubts as to the desiiability of  gianting two licenses at a place hke  Goldiields, whcicthcie weie only seven  or eight houscholdeis���������Adjourned foi  a fortnight.  i;i;m w ai s  x\eio gianted to Glaeiei House,  AVindsoi Hotel, Illecilliwael, l,nke\iei\  :ind Aiiowhcad Hotels, Aiiowhcad,  Piospcctois Exchange, Ilea ton, L.n-  dean iind Queen's Hotels, Comaplix,  Ciitenon, Camboine, JC\a, Jteception  Hotels, Camboine, l'.nk, tjneen's,  LakcNicw, Witidsoi- and Ti out Like  Hotels, Tiout Lake, Jlalc^on Hot  bpnngs; St Leon Hot Spimgs,  TNaknsp, Ten-Mile, Wmdsoi, King's  Fciguson, Lnulc.iii Hotels, Feiguson  G. Sch ul lie's application foi Mei-  chants Kxclinnge, Illecilliwael, was  adjourned foi icpoits by inspectoi as  complaints had been made and it was  considei ed the population did not  wnii.int two hotels  Incise of Goidon A Slingei's application foi Diihiioiiil, Keiguson, an  investigation was oideied ns lo complaints that the house was used foi  gaming, that no table accommodation  was provided for public, that fixc  hotels was a number in excess of ic-  quiiements of Fciguson, and that  licensees had been connected withpio-  motion of distuibancc in the town.  The comnnssioneis announced thcii  determination to have the hotels in  the distnct piopeily conducted, nnd  in the eicnt of complaints licenses fo  he cancelled in cases wheie such complaints weie justified.  The Kooiixav Mail and Family  Herald and Weeklv Sl.n will he sup-  plied foi balance '"of l!)0:i fin $1 IIO.  logcthei with two inclines "I'mitv"  and "Alone."  i   *���������    Jiiii'ours or comxiitti:i>.  Aid McLeod, on public works,  lepoiled tluit'lcmporaiy ,fltrme' was  neaiing completion ���������*       '      *;  -i       v-u . >-. nv-j. \.\\ s. . i. .<   .  *'Tlncc by-laws authorizing ii'e-  moval of launchies ,fiom������ Fust and  becond. stieets i\eie reconfcidered  and finally passed. , '  "Another -by-lawi regulating -tlxi  bounds) wi'tlnn uhich laundries may  he located was also lcconsidcreel  and jiassed. '  ^        " WATIJK  -Ul'I'I.Y.  In opening discussion on i im-  pioiement of system the Mayor  stated that clectiic power should be  considei ed with any new scheme of  water supply Question now is  should $1,000 be spent on tank.  Aid McLeod thought piesent  tank should he lined and tide oier.  Aid MoM.ihon agteed with Aid.  AEoLcod. lie said he had been told  theie is a cieek one mile from  piescntjei-eivoir winch would gi\e  ample supply '  Aid Law said it is, too late in  season to put in second reservoir,  betlei patch up old one  Aid Foott had hcaid of creek'  mentioned and thought it should  be ins obligated though late now to  put in ic=ei voii.  Max oi thought lhat if water is  ptocuicd fiom cieek spoken of a  cement h-u \on io hold 1,000,000  gallons sjinnld he ["it in  OityCk-ik said \\ Cowan and  \V. M. Ijioimi liad this cieek under  considei.ition for company  Aid McLeod said a number of  citizens had tested Budge circle  two \e.ii.- ago and condemned il ns  insuHicient sup|)l\.        t  M;ii or objected lo outlay of huge  sums m teninoriiiy supply until  adequate s\Blem can be eonsideied.  Aid. Hume said tiouble is they  have not f icts on anj of the cieeks,  and evei uiiie wis talking fiom hoic-  s;i v  Decided to line piesent reservoir  and lepnn the dams  lilMl   I.M'IIIII'AIMIIINT'.  Mayoi stated he had nsked the  baiid what fee the}' would charge  foi iciidciing open nil conceits on  S.ituicl.iy eienings duung Mimmiii,  He h.td������becn infoimed $5 ]iei night  would be chaigcd, council to designate place of entei tainment and  piovide lights  After some discussion of band  stand (]ueslion,~Mi. McGailci volunteered to rinse subseiiplion nnd  have a stand eiccted at coiner of  McKcn/.ie avenue and Second stieet  if council would putin light?, which  was agreed.  Moved by Aid. Hume, seconded  by Aid. McLeod, that the Independent Hand be paid by the  council the sum of five dollais per  night for each public pciformance,  such pei formanco to ho tendered  each Satuiday" night dining the  nionlhs of June, July, August and  Septomlei, ciicumstances permitting, the band to play alternately  at each end of town pnnided suitable stands be elected.    (Jiinied.  After passing of accounts tbe  council adjoinned.  A CLEARING  -OF-  Ready-to-Wear Hats, Child's * Sailors,  1   , ��������� MUSLIN HATS AND BONNETS.'-   - '  -TRIMMED AND^UNTRIMMED.MILLINERY. -  *. *       it , i     *- j  '     We make the pi ice on these w.iim we.illiei- good- al2.1i imiIi up.  LADIES' SUMMER; COSTUMES   %, ;  'In Clianibiay, Muslin, Piques, etc', at Discount ������������������'Prices,   -  H  M.uli'  ladies'^ and Children's Whitewear ��������� -x.  llein'titcht'd,  : ���������<",- -^  A.~  i,������ ,  in best stylet, ttiinmccl with Lick and Euibroiclei y,  * / At Special ."Reduced "Prices/  .LADIES" EMPRESS, SHOE" ���������< /  Oxlnids, Hli|ipeis, Late and Button Bpul--.    A full i.iiirl* in stock.  * -'--\ Misses%ffChildfen,s'"Fobiwea^.'","'  Opened and put in  Tlic-e goo(K hiMiij?  sel'iiif; pi iiei  *-Iik k 0 ca-'-s iif tbc������e in*w Miiiiiner and spiinp; =tyles.  ate in ciuiiinfc to hand. h.A ������������������   inaiked   Ihein at quick  ,We Are .Agents Tor Butterick's Patterns.  Special Attention to Mail Orders. ' Write for Samnles.  REID & YOUNG, DRl^&^inl')T:  V  IF YOU  ARE AT  GET A TEA TO "  E  YOUR WIT'S^ __  JUST SUIT YOU  ND TO  ""TRY  ffl. A. SMITH & CO., Agents, Revelstoke, B. 0  R. HOWSON & CO.,  Furniture Dealers, House Furnishers and Undertakers  H.'vc j List opened tlie  of C.u'pets. in the city.  aryest stock  Linoleums, R113S, Toilet Ware and General House Furnishings  iMcKus/.iiJ A\*i:ni;l,  KICVKLSTOKIi.  I      IKIIEJEIP   COOL.  If you liki*  of our  to enjo> "Iho need old --uiiiinet tun",'' (onie in and  buy   one  I  *    4>    4������  Don't Forget- Special Bargains in Screen Doors and Windows *4-    4*  i  Labrador Refrigerators  Made of hardwood and lined with g.ihani/ed iinn whi'h   pieM-nK   n^i  and decay of wood.    Hi- miic and cv.inline our stock ln*foie piiich.i������inir.  W.   M.   LAWRENCE  you  OK  IIAIiDWAHK  ALL KtKU>.  e}i������  fy   T.iylm  Block. M.i(ken/.i,' Ammhip, - ItRVKLSTOKU, IJ. (J  WTWTt'TTT'tTTTTTTWTTTTTTTTPt'TT'F  ^ I' i*. I  THE KOOTENAY* MAIL.  Zhe Ifoootenhy flbail  <>      1'Um.lSIIKD   SATURDAY.  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  Subscription   Price.   $2.00   Por    Annum  I' .   '  '  "A*,  ADVERTISING     ItATKS     on     iipjilicilion  Chances in advertisements niu-t ou in by  rTutedny oficnch week to -.eciue irpoil (li--  , plnv.   Timber notice-, Mime l.ilo ns Gazette,  fj for each location. .      "     ' .  .     JOB PRINTING promptly executed aLieason-  '  ablo rate*. ��������� , ,  ',.    ACCOUNTS   for   'lirintiiiK   and    advertising  r       payable on  llrm, ot month:   MibiCiipUon*>  pa) able in advance.       .       '     -<  "   COHItKsiPONnKNCK  invited   on matters ot  , public jinlereM..   Coininuniuaioiis lo Junior   must ibe  accompanied   by   nanio   of  writer, not ncccsMiiily for publication,  but  as evidence of good faith.   Coriesponilence  mum reach the oflice by Wednesday uven-  Addrnv ,  Thk Kootenay Mail,  Phone. No. 13. ' Ruvokstoke, B.C.  ,We request our numorous roadors to  favor us with their nsslstnnoo In  making- tlie KOOTENAY MAIL tho  most' valuable advertising- medium   in   tho  Kootonays  by giving-  '. tho preference, when making-purchases < to those firms who aro  r reg-ular advertisers in tho KOOTENAY MAIL.  ���������u  (','C1TY AGKNTS.  Copies of The Mail may bo obtained fiom  the follow nit* city nccnls:  '*     .1. \V. Hi:.sni:-i-i. '  an a������\ Uitun & Hook Vi.  ,v        ' ��������� K. li. W'r.i.i.s.  I';  ,  "d    ^  HARVEY, McOABTKU ,  ���������   ������     < AND IMNKIIAM,  BAKHIST'i'RS, SOLICITOUS,  K'l C.  OmCES :     JlOlAOSS 'I3AS-K    1U.0OK.   .KlIVIX-  BTOKh, 13. C.  Money lo loan. * r    ���������     ,    ,,  .,  OfHces: Uevclstoke. II C.; Foi L Sleek, H U  (Inn S. McC.AitniK, "  TT r  A. M.  1'INKIIAM. ,i J. A    IlAI'U.Y,  ,     '     Ke.el-loke. H C. Koit Steele Jl C.  \r  T E MAISTKB & SUOTT.  ' -         1  BAiiiti&'i-Kiis. Solicitous, Noi\iui:-=  ,        -         ^Puiir.ic, Etc  I      '  I'nst SueiM.           ,',     Kevelslcike, H 0.  ���������TiDWAllD A. 11 AG GEN,  "  Mining Enoixkisk,  (Mum.  American Institute Ihiiiiij,'Kiikiiicu-I  (item. Canadian Mining Institnle 1  ''   r ICkvelstoke. B. <J.  Ksainiiiaiion of and icpoiU on  JIiiiliiiI 1'io-  pei tics a Specialty.        ,_  tending to bring about conditions  which will result in lessening*the  'number of strikes and bringing  about'a better understanding between employers 'nnd employed.  The day of individualism is over  iind employers and employes must  each organise. The employers of  labor have organized in Vancouver.  They'have issued a statement in  which 'it is said" that labor has  hitherto dealt only with individuals  or cniploycr-,~aiid it is reasonable  to believe that the meeting of two  thoroughly organized bodies representing'labor and tho investors will  'adjust in a fair and .amicable  manner any differences of opinion  which may arise. The association  says that the organization will.be  the means of avoiding "disputes  leading up to strikes. That is not  only probably true hut, is paving  the wny for the working of a conciliation 'and arbitration * law.  Under such a law employers organizations and trades unions, will  each iogi������lor, and so vote to elect a  representative of each side on a  board of 'arbitration to settle disputes. This has'been the plan stic-  ce^fully adopted in-Austialia and  New Zealand and appears the best  svsleni yet devisee! for teeming  acknowledged lepre^enlation of the  employers on one hand and employes on the other, thus,foi ming  thc'nuclens of an arbitration board  in'which each side can- have full  confidence. ,''  WHY I AM  A LIBERAL.  * W  ILLIAM  A. BAUER,  '    Dominion .t I'kovi.nciai. Lam>  Sukviivoi:  Sui\t)-of Mniciul Cliinii-, Tinibu liLilhs.niil  ,"-    ^ Ciown 1-inds.  Care of J. I). Siiiiivi.d.' Ub\ i.lsioki:. II C  "PERRY -LEA K li.  Mining Hiigincci and Met.illin������i-I  l S|'I cMi.-in s:  .    Examination-  nnd Jtepoil- on  Minim:   Piop-  crlic.-. i  Speeillcation and* Con-.li notion of Mining M.i;  * chineiy.   t.  ,    Te=ts in.wlc ofsOii.s .ind Coiicenti.ilionfoi Cliloi  lncc.nd (;\nnide Tie.iliiu'iiL  ..Htdnuillc I'huiu-.  Bcdfoid McNeil Code  H:  Bargains in Real Estate.  *U1r9nn_l- -lor>' duelling  on Connuiglit  1 <f>L,������i\J\J   a\ciiiio,coiil.uiiing "> loom-.  <���������    '<���������������!   f������nrt--l ~tor>   tolUiKC   1  looms, Lugo  q>l}0\J\J   g.uden with -mall fiiut in\.uicn  '       <���������������(  Qnn-Comfort'llll(i    i'loi)      ii loomed  cpIjOUW   lion-c and .2  lots,   ne������l)   lMinlcd  .ind fenced.  GM   nKn���������"-roomed cottage with biitliioom  5>l,UOU   loiJOxlOO.'  ���������Bl   ^t-������n���������Large 2-story liou-e, 11   ioonis,.ill  cpijcJc/v   modern i-oinenicnces    A genuine'  bargain.'  qj9 nnn���������lii-tauraiit   building   on   Tir-L  <P������J,UUl/   ������iieet. siilendid oppcnHunt)   foi  ���������   nglit p.ut) :good teim-  I Rnrt--���������lor3   rc-i'lcnce,  "ell built, con-  l,OUU   taming S loom-.    ���������  -li story   cottaitc,   5   rooms  and b.itli  room, near C. I'. It. shop;  Si,  $950"  CI  ftAft-2story  hou-e. 7 rooms,  neni  Mc  *li"������u   kcn/.ie a\enuo.  Ci 1f\t\���������2-ton   hou-c  containing S  loom-.  tcpl.JUU   cellar full sit-c.  CI   inn���������li-stor) cottage, C rooms, lot  |()\1(M  CO f\Ci(\���������2 story modern residence, a lots, in  Cpj,UUu   good lawn.  <jq FnA���������2J-tory rc-idence complete and up  ?0,3Uu   to date, uuli fine giound*.  "\,\7'E are prepared to loan meney on an) of  >?,,   the above properuea on tlie monthly ie  pa) ment plan.  \'\7'Eh&vc foi   -ale an linpiovcd farm nc.ii  \\     the cit), =toc-k, implements etc.   I'i ice  $2,62.5.   Cash required Sl/AX)  A L50 SOacrrs unimproved land nc.trsalmon  Jt\_   Arm station, price SWK1 on food term-.  LEWIS BROS. Beal Estate Agents  XCbe l^ootena^ ^atl  SATURDAY. JUXE 20, 1903. v  Mexico provides an excellent  example to Canada in it- protection  oi the puhlic intere-t again-t transportation monopoly. The Mexican  government has just purchased a  controlling interest in the Mexican  national railway���������a course which  Canada should take in resraul to  the C. P. R. and Giand Trunk.  The immen-e railway development that is ahotit to take place in  Canada affords (he opportunity for  the establishment of tlie iron and  steel ind lis trie.- at the Pacific coa.-t.  With its extensive iron deposit, and  abundance of fuel the iion and steel  manufacture should shoitly become  one oj ihe iiio-t impoitant indii������--  trie.- of linii-li Columbia.  'I In- -e'.tlenient of the L". Ji. II IC.  -tnke l*- a matter for public jubilation. The sinkers are to be congratulated on the excellent way in  which they conducted themselves  during the trouble, and the pitv is  the general manager of tne company did not accept General Superintendent Marpole's suggestion^ for  a settlement in February last. Had  these been adopted then the gieat  ]q?< to the company and the inconvenience to the public would have  been avoided.  CAPITAL AND LABOR.  The recent  labor  troubles in the  province together  with the investigation of  the labor commission are  POLITICAL  ' John Houston .iniioiiiiees himself  CUIlaCl V.llINU c.uulul.iLc foi Xolson city.  Uoielcn's motion in the Commons  foi piotcction of the iion and steel  nieliistiiea was \oted down b'y 'H to '17.  ���������At .t com en lion held at Sidney last  week T W. I'.itteison was unanimously chosen as tlie 'libeial candidate for  the Islands lidinj;, I'oimerly known as  Xoi tli Victoi m  "Ii is daily becoming moie .ipp.iiont  ih.if. Jie cunscn.lines are fast losing  tb.it confidence with wbicli,tliey, a few  weeks ago, anticipated the o'utconic of  ibe .ippi-oacbing gencr.il * election "���������  Sentinel.       ,  Tbe conseiw.ino go\einincnt at  \ iiioii.i lua st.uted lii ing guts horn  [iiilihe olliecs and <liviclingv the s[ioils  .1'iiong its camp followci-s ,,by d's-  oliaiging Ci. F (J.inl.iy, ciown ]iio*.c-  cutor.it Victoi i.i, and appointing S  Livingston ju bia stead. . r  S.ijs tbe Tiibune ,'��������� Tbe Hcissl.inel  iMine'i, a ncwsp.ipci clia'iged in open  com d with having leceivcd 11nt.li  mone\ fiom the gambling bouses of  Kosslancl, a neivsp.ipci that'lias at-  teiii[ited to blackmail corpoiations, is  slopping ovei in its niaiso of Piomiei-  Mclinele"  lv.islo Libtial Association has completed oigam/alion foi a light nt the  coining elections, anci'pioposes holding  n cciinention of all libei.il associations  of ibeiiibngat sonic ccntml point in  the he.ii futnic, .i committee having  been appoint el to make nccessaij  aiiangements  Those who in less happiei days b.ue  been in tbe habit of aeldiessmg lcttcis  oi ie.ii.iiks to-M!ob" Gicen, of Kaslo,  uiH kindly leinember that heicaltci  it Is  Tbe 11 onoiable Hobei t Fiancis  G���������con,  Mimstei of Mines,    '  Mimstci of Education,  lMiinstei of Agucultuic. '  I'lOimcial Secretary, and  Membei of the I7!.\cciitiio Council,  Victoi ia, 13. C  ���������World  DOMINION PARLIAMENT.  Speaking m the senate in opposition  to the Cbiiieae lininigi.ition bill, Mackenzie Bow el I lead .i telegiam from  Diiiismuii s.ijing tbe passage of the  lull would not be m the mteicsts of  the con nt iv and would assist the ug-  giessiie union.of laboi which had al  ic.uly ham pei ed tbe industries ot that  piowuce. The uii) was icud a second  time, 23 \oting tot and li against.  RAIL AND STEAMER  In gi\ mg e\ idence  befoie  theliboi  coniiiM-sion   at    Vancouiei    (ienei il  Supt M.upole said   moie   wa^ a black I  list   called   the   s-t.itl   book,   kept in  Mraitieal. in which tbe  lccoid? of cm-j  |)Io\cs weie entcied '  A new sleeping ear the .-*.union, h.ia l  lieen lcceived fiom Daj ton, Ohio, bv I  the C I' I? . to be put on the Impeii.il  l.nnitid It is finished in polished  m.ilio'.'.uii and with iciy littb* in the  imi j of drcoi.itiniis Kioiv possible  fivture that could be done away with  h.is been left out or so concealed tliat  tli'-ci ha- an appciianco oi looni-  ine��������� and np.itne���������i not seen m manj  of the modem cms. The cm tain kxN,  as an u stance, are not seen but arc  put up n he.n wanted.  INDUSTRIAL NOTES.  UowI.iik! liiitt.nn, I'.ite nt   Mtorncj,  iipoit-      Two  I'   ft   patents wr f    issued dm i   ������������������' the  pi-t    week    to    Cf     A  li(>(dd(, nl    N'.nif oil'ci,    (Hi    imi'iovf-  iik nl- iii  l.oii-c I.i al   ISimlc is  I his liivcntoi is keenly alui' to llie  lining .niv.itit.igPs of tins system  of ISunh i as applied to I.cdgr m, Ac-  o. out Dooks and Kegistei- generally,  and as a pi ictical book binder has  for sfvPi.il j ear- past ������������������et hinreli  to ipinedv the d(f((t- winch up to  the pic-ciil slant! a" a li.n to any  genual      adoption   of     tbe     systc .1  .Mi lioedcle has aimed to combine  with the c-nnvpiiient lemoiaiof If si v OS  by .in autboi i-cd |icr������(in, the lice and  IhiD opening and handsome! ii|'|'u<"������"Cfc  of a spring liound. vohiine, and he has  sueceededin evolving a bin ling that  is entirely novel and promises to  supersede anything in tbe. market  when ,lie is in a position to manufacture, which lie regrets to sny he will  not be able to do for some   little time.  '(t'oiitiniiud.)  ' No.'3.  The struggle which the liberals  put up in Canada ''against the  claims of. the ' Catholic church to  dominate freedom of thought and  speech is one of the most notable  which has occurred in any country.  Just as the liberals had fought to  break 'up "The Family Compact,"  and to purify the administration of  government, so they fought against  the church to maintain the inherent  rights of the people. ���������  \.    "      lti:i.IGIOUs  TOMIUATIO.V.  " The church was all-powerful and  to invoke its antagonism meant the  waging of an unequal fight)- Yet,  having once taken tip the cause of  the popular weal these bra\;c young  liberals hesitated not at the magnitude of their task. The section of  the Catholic church which was the  mosl bigoted, anel allied to the conservative paily in politic^, sought'  to prejudice''their co'-religionists  against Laurier and his friends hy  describing thenV as ''apostates of  the Chiniquay breed," "excommunicated persons" and* "friends pf  Guibord." Gitibord was a printer,  and"one of "the most intellectual  men oL Montreal. When J the  Church,���������of( Rome demanded her  right to control the iibiary and  reading , matter of the institute  Guibord shoitly resisted.the claims  of the chinch. On his'death-bed a  prict was sent for but under in-  stuictions from Bishop-Buigetie-  fused to administer the unction  unless Guiboid would withdraw  from the institute. 'These terms he  icfused, as an1 insult "to 'his'manhood and citizenship, and he died  as he had lived, ^ >  a i.ihi:iiai. to'tiii: ijackhom:, .  atiucfiiend of freedom, and an  opponent-of tyranny anel oppression. On his ftiends "seek'ing to  have his remains interred in the  Catholic cemetery, the priesthood  i ef used, on the ground that Guiboid'  had not received absolution. , The  hieraichy would only allow buiial  in the portion' of the cemetery sol  aside for criminals and suicides.  The pooi widow begged meicly to  be,allowed to inter her husband  without religious* rites, but this  simple lequest a tyrannical hiei-  aichy also refused, and the remains  were laid in a vault of the Protestant cemetery. The liberals contended,the widow was entitled to  her "demand as a ci\il right; and  brought suit against the chinch in  the law eouits to maintain thai  light. In this they succeeded, and  a mandamus was issued in the  widow's favor. Tho court of appeal  upset tbe judgment on'a - techni-  calitv. The case was canicd to  the Privy Council in ICngland, and  ���������WW.' i.iui:ii.u.s \\i;iu.   \c..\i.v victoii-  iol-  in asseiting the powei of the civil  law over that of the church The  Privy Council itiled the remains of  Guibord must be inteired in the  consecrated cemetery, and ordered  the hierarchy to pay all costs of  these expensive proceedings, which  the libeials had carried on over a  pciiod of seven years.  v nvM.VAiu.K r.\Tor,i:i>..vM;i;.  On   the   Privy   Council   giving its  decision the  remains   of   Guibord  were wrapped   in'  a   British ensign  as the symbol of justice and liberty,  and again   taken   to   the Catholic!  cemetery.      But     the     priesthood  determined  toi maintain as long as,  possible  the   reian   of   oppression j  which it had begun in   its  demand*  to control Canada Aw  civil  as well'  as religious matter=. and   setting at  defiance the deci=ion of 'the highest'  court or  the nation   the   Church of'  Rome had the gale= of the cemetery i  barred and  had   a   ������-ervile moL engaged    fo   maintain   if-   tyranny, i  The funeral procession wa= attacked ;  with-tone= and bad to u-trerit. The!  remain? of Guibord, the champion'  of  liberalwrm   were   therefore   r<- j  turned hy the libeial   friend" of the  dean man   to  the Protectant come-.  tery.    Ten week- later, guarded by!  a   military  force, the   liberal*   <-ue-'  oeeded in' the  interment   of   their J  former comrade in  the consecrated \  portion of tin* Catholic cemetery in J  accordance with the decision of the!  Privy'Council, but   true  to hi-in-1  tolerant   spirit,      Bishop    limirtcet|  interdicted     the     portion   of   the;  cemcteiy where Guibord wa* buried,  and    pioclaimed      it   a    ���������pinfane'  place "  To the p'prnal discredit of the  con*er\ati\(' party it endoi-ed the#  stand taken by the Church of Rome  and by the mob hind lo -ct al,  defiance Ihe ruling of the highe-t  court of the nation that it i.ii<_'ht  reap *ome achantage it the r \\>t n*-i-  of freedom ,nid justui  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  For Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whoop-  iug Cough.  Price 25 pcnts; large size 50c.  Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy.',  For IJowel Complaints. ' Trice 35 cents.  Chamberlain's Pain,Balm. ',  An antiseptic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, Hiuiscs, Sprains.-uul Rheumatism.   Trice '25 cents; large si/e 50 cents.  Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tablets.  J-'or Disordcis of the .Stomach, Ia'vcr  end liovvcls.    Ti ice 25 cents.  Every one of these preparations  is guaranteed and iJ not Sully satisfactory to (he purchaser' the  money will he refunded.  CONSERVATIVE PLATFORM.  |A(lii|'lc(l.il Huwls'lnlvi', Sunlcnilii'i I till, 110.!I  ' 1 Tlmt UiisciiiiwiilKiii 111 illiiins tlio ixiliov  nn he pinly in m.illi'isor iniiMiicnil unci-mid  trails, llio nwiii'i-liip .ind cinilKil 01 i.nlvviivs  .ind tlii>(li'\(;l(iiiiiii'iil nl tlio ni;i 1c11ll1n.il 1 o-rini-  cuiorthc iikiviiicuiis lind down m tho iiliilldini  iiilniiled in Octiilicr, Ih'i'.i, winch is .is rolliius:  -"To nclnolj aid in (In* coii-liiicliiin (if (1.nl-  tliioii���������'li(inl. llio uncle eloped pinUins nl tlio  piovinco mid tlio IhiiIiIiiii; oi iliOf pimiviiicuil  Iriinl: id.idsol linlilic iioco-silj.    -     '  "Tn .iddpl I ho pt 11101 inlos or kov ori iimoiit ovvni'i -  slupnl i.nlw.i>s 111-c1l.11 as tlio circiniistaiico-,  nrtlio pniMiico will iidnnl, and 'no .idniilioij  or the pimriplo tli.il no lioniis-honld hoKi.mtcd  to ,111) i.iilwavcoiiipain winch (loos not kiio,  I lie Kovoriiniont ol llio |iiov incis contiol nr/r.ilos  mei lines lioiuisod, io���������*elhei w itli tin* IhiMiplion  ol pinch.i-e '   ,,  , '  "To    nclivcK     iissisl   In   slate   aid   in   the  (IinclopillClll  III    111!)    .IKIILIllllll.il    llslltllLO-.    "I  the pio\ iiilo        ' '  ���������> Thai in llio mc.inliiiio ,\m\ 1111I1I Iho i.idn.iv  piiln v aluiMj si 1 Hu Hi 0 111 lin .i(coni|)lisliod  a Ki'iioial i.ulw.ij act he |i i--l(I, kimiik Ui'c loin  to const 1 net iaihva\,s undei ceilun .ippiow'd  lOKiilnlioiis, analopiiis to Ihe -\slPin thai h.ia  ii'-idli'd in such c-clen,sue 1 11lw.1v coiisIiiilIkiii  111 the United btiilc-., wiih sn iimch udv.inl.i^o  lo tiado and   loiiimicilc  H-Thnl lo('iiLoni.i���������'olhc 1111111111,' indn-ln, Ihe  laxalion (>r niolallil n- iiinio-.   should   ho   on  lln* basis or n   puilciiI.iko   on (he   net' piodts  I. Thai (ho ������o\eminent ownoi-liip or lelc-  pliono -jslum shonld.lio hnnmlil aliontasa ln-,t  slop 111 the acquisition ol public iilillics  1 (Th.iLn poilion orevciv coal nici heioallci  to he dispoai'd (>r should lie lu-oiwd lioni sale  01 loai-o. so that stale owned inim*- 111.i\ be  c.isdj .Kco-aililc, il then .opeuiLion boLoincs  110coss.1i) 01 adii-ahlo '  fi That in the pulp land lea-i's pionsion  should In* made (m icroiustuic and (Ini '���������tops  should lie taken Tin Ihe kciioi.iI pi (.-civ .1(1011  of rori'ats by Kii.iiduiK .ik.i'iisI the wa-Ujrul  destruction oT linibi.i - , t  I That 'Ihe Iivi-I.iiuic and koiciiiiiioiiI  oi Ihe pioviiicDshoiild poisccrc 111 Iho elloils  to secui 0 llio exclusion ol Vsialic lajjoi.  S That tlio in illoi ot bolter lernis 111 the \va>  or suli-id) and appioiiii.ilions (in Ihe   pioMiico  should he vitimniisl)    piu���������ed    u|  .iIio J)om-  111 ion (.'(norninoiil  "'.I Thai the sihei-lond nidiialiios i,( Iho  pioMiico l)i* rosteii'd and riicoiuaxcd l)^ the  iiiipo-ilion ol iiiLie.i=ed en-loin- diiln-s on  load and lead pnidiicls nnpoile.l mid U.indaa.  and that "lln Cousi.|iali\o iiKiiiilici- oi Ihe  Dominion IIiiujI' be iiikocI io snppoil an\  motion uitroducLil ioi such a purpose  II) That,is 111clusl11.il dispulo-alinosl imaii-  alilv 10-ull in fjieil los- .and iiijun imlh  lotho pailiU9 dnecl\ coiiloiuliI uid lo lie  liiililic, leisi-lnlion should be p i���������od lo pi.nido  mean- ioi an anncililo idju-tinoiil' ,t( -ulIi  dispute-   between   Liuphncis   and ,oinplo\cu>  II Thatit 1-adu-alilo lo fostei the iii.inulac-  turoor Ihe law pioducU ol the province within  the pin-, luce as lai .1= piactiL.iblo In 1111 an-  or taxation on the said law pioducU, suluacl  to reb lie ol the-.11110 111 whole 01 put when  iii.iimriicturud 111 llrilish l\ilumt>..i  /a?&'.������.*'���������   '|^l^'t^-^y^)^,'/f^A''.H\vf'';.',l i-i,'\<*s.Li-*,,. :���������-������*-���������si.il.- > .-?���������  m/^Q^''^"iuat>-=-1*i^~^^^^���������^^���������^-^.���������*^ "tiL--'--^^i ���������*���������   ~-"*^-���������  Slater Shoe- Advertising.  ^o  Short talks by the Slater Shoe ad man, No. 1.  1 '  ; ' '  a , It'costs'less to advertise and sell the "Slater Shoe" than  it costs to sell ordinary shoes without advertising. "     ,   ,,     ^  If a thousand people know a shoe is good more people will  want that shoe than'if'only ten people know it.,   ,   '<-       ''"'';  ���������      If the " whole city " knows it more people will want it than -  if only the .people''passing the 'store y/here^.it is sold, know it  .merely by hearsay.    '"   ,    ' ,      ''���������,*',,       f'  ' The "Slater Shoe" makers, knowing the "Slater Shoe,;'  will back up the 'expense of advertising it, f give it'wide publicity'  Vthey tell the "whole city" about it. '    t  ,        r   '���������>',"'������  '''    dt follows then as-the "Slater Shoe ^ is better known  through advertising than ttnadvertised shoes', that more "Slater  1 Shoes" of equal grades are sold; which is a fact.    '*  -. -  " -So the fixed charges of-manufacturing, wholesaling and  retailing are divided < among a greater number ofjpairs of shoes  'thanis the case in unknown'shoes of smaller sales./; ,������  -    ,   For instance':���������Take a salesman's salary at $2.00 per day:���������  > if his sales are only ten pairs per-day the cost of retailing alone-  is 20 cents per pair, e" .' -     <'        '     ( '   ._  -    But ,if advertising'will' enable him to sell "fifty pairs per day  the cost is only four cents per pair and thus such fixed expenses <  as rent, flight,, taxes,' salaries, interest;"etc., are'reduced and  divided.      '     [      ,'       ^      , ������������������      *    ;' ��������� .        ''        -  ' So the wearer as well as the maker is benefited by the  liberal and.judicious advertising of a good article like the "Slater  Shoe"���������and it would be rank folly'to' risk a large amount of  money to advertise, a' shoe which the wearers would not'buy*  a second time.   - -   *.- : *   '���������' ���������  <.,  ������ &,    i'X s  ." *  Goodyear welted. :Made in Canada 40 years!"-    ' -   -  For men $4^00 and $5.50..   For women $3.50'and $5.00.'  ..;*!'-.'  CONSERVATIVE CONVENTIONS.  At a iiii-i tuiKof tliccvLumeor the I'iomiici.iI  Con-erwitne \-ioli.iIioii, leldat V.iiicouvei,  the pro*, nice w.i- divided into Ine dni-ions  Tor or,'ani7ition jiurpi-e- The Kootcu.n-  Iloiindarv dm-iou i- inadi up or the rollownm'  provincial flection di-tiicls- ne\el-t(il.e,  Columbia, rerun', Cianbrook inur, Kulao  Slocan. Grand Fork-. Greenwood the citj ol  Ro-sl������nd and tho (Jitj ol Nc!-on Al the siine  meeting the following re-olutioiis were acloptod  1 That com ontionb for nominating catidid-  nte, Tor memncrs of the losi-latno as,emblj  be m.icli    up  or deloK.ilo-  cho=.en as   follows.  lai la cits elidora? di-tnct-. one dele^'ati  for won /tfts and Ir.iLtioii of fiflv vote- polled  at the prownci d election held in l'HM.and ir llie  citj i- divided into ,ward-, the proportion of  dplciMte- for each ward -hall he b i-ed on the  vote pollid in e icli ward at tin    1asinnuniLip.il  elortn n  (U In olJier electoral di-incl-, ono delegate  for ' very hfl> or rr.lclion or liriv vole- polled  at the linniuli.iI election held in 1000 tlio del  date, to be apport loned to polling I'l ice . 01 as  pt'ir thereto i-will be lair to the "votii-orthe  dile'rent neulihorhoods , ^  2 The elertion held or delegate- -h ill be at  public 'ne^tin,'- held at a de-iauadd roulial  pi-ice in eirh ixilliiiK division, or in each ward  in cit> eh.'jtor ii districts, ir tin-city l- divided  into w ird- At -uch tmhlic nieetni(.'- onlj  tho-e who plidi;e (.henisi he- lo vote Un the  c-inrlid it" or (.uididate--elected at Ihe noni-  ML.tnii; convention -h ill be entitled to a,vote  ft>- ilele^.it*'^ ,  1 Two week' notice -hall be l'ivcii of Ihe  jmblic meetiri.-s it which delegate- are lo be  elected, noiniL U in^ convent ion- shall be held in  citj elrctoral districts two d is- after the daj  on vv'uch di leivt - ir<- eh cud. and in other  ejrctonl di-trict- -.'>c.i 1I.11- after Alt iiom-  inntinii- thniinrLout the pro'.in.e to lie made  at a ili.ijn iti'I ce.itr.il pl id- in etch eliplornl  ill-tnrt    ind mi lie--'im" daj  I Ali notice- of th" d lt< of (public mi etlie,'-  for the eiicimn of dele.'i'.e- to uoniin ilini;  ronvr-ntloit-. the api/ortiornricnT of (Irle^nle-  . mil tie plnee eel d ite of iioinina'. niir con vei..  tluii^ Ul -' .i-r.\\ i f et.iral distr ( r- shnlt I e pre-  pirido. tin' iiiernbrr of cue exeentive of the  dni-ion in'vli th the elnrtonl di-trir l-are-il-  llite in I l--(l"l "vr Ih' nllMie.of the pre-ldeill  ind -<��������� reta.-j o' the I'rov ne'ial ( on-.'rv ilive  A--"Ci it ion  \ met Inu-of ih" proviie i il exi riitiir  will   ho  held at \ uiciiiw - .iilliin a mouth, .mil ihed.iH  <<���������' In IiIiiij: lll-l 'let iioliillialiiueoini-litioil- will  ,(���������.��������� t���������. H/.^| JOffN  HOLM-ION  I're-i(|...it (if the 1'rnvinej.li  <��������� .nt-' rv it iv A���������I ii i.i I ion  .Ncl-.m. I ue  *th    I''ft  THIS IS NOT EGOTISM.  We lieln-.e u-e    kll'iw    mil'   Inisilie--.  Oui   lni-itn���������  is   Id   help   ymi rlo yoni  iiu-inc*--.    W-   *-np|)ly iip-Kefl.ttii Inis-i-  ni>j-   ni'Mi'-    .1 rid     ni('lli������<(N.���������mmici  s i\ :ng (let ic - .tn.'l h������w to use t ln-in.  Th} Savings Bank of Health  Is lots nf red and \ itiilizitif< blond to  nourish and invi������or,ite the hotly. If  your blond i������ thin and watery n������e  '���������Ferro'/orie."   It supplies th" neo'S-.uy  ,.l..i>ioiilo   i iw Pv   iIl   ittwiLrilif ii i ii^     i ?-i/l     t n/iri  Jpi.l'j'7. X*J      Mlfl.ll        1   I   1  Co., Kingston, OnL  Du. IIa.mii.tiin'.s   I'll.l.H   ciriiK   Co.v-  BTII'ATIO.V.  SOLE AGENTS:  G. B. HUME .&' CO".,.Limited,' - REVELSTOKE.  Kootenay Lodge  >0A*   NO. 15 A.F. & A.M.  *   *   Tlieicsu1.il liieetingo  -JP"       .uelieliliii the Mas-  ���������^s=^-=- s-^S       onic Temple. Rourno  -^^W������,Sa^ai ond ny  ������i u'vo1'  ^^���������EJ^S^Tf^ Yisitini?   1) i otln on  z**=������- coidialb' vvelcoinod.  R. GORDON  SKCKl.TAitv.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets evei v Tuesday  evening     in    Selkiik  .Hull    ut.    b    o'clock.  SlVisitiiiK bicthion coi-  'di.tlly  invited   lo nt-  tonct.  .i. ouTinrrr, n. g.     ���������     j. matiiih.sk,.  SAMSON & PAULSON,  Painters, Faperhangers, Sign writers  KALSOMINING   BONK.  Oideis lecivi* pionipt .itlcnlion.  Seuind s-tioet,       -       TKEVKLSTOKK  Ti:N'f.'A'i:i i. i.u'nK-r.i:Ar i.r.iK.r.u.  Loose L<*rif PiU-s find IMwr-t with  filings "penally ruled, printed, rjeifor-  ,ilid iui(.\ piiruh"(l lo suit <my jtyle of  lillidei.  TiCNffwicr.r. tiianhi-'i-iu i-'ii,i';.  Kootenay Mail Publishing' Co. Limited,  JiliVULSTOKIO,  U. V,X     ���������  G HORN  BRAND  RtGISTCHCD  Onion Overalls,  Made   Shirts, etc  wn iWAM.'KACJruiii':  r-'hirt^.  On r.ills  pi nlin I'uiilri,  Tvvi i (I I'.iiiN,  ( eltonn'h I'iiiiI-i,  .fiiin[>( r-1,  HlbinK.4,  C'lirik*'     Apl'llis    nnd  ( il|M.  Ciuiieiiti ih' A)H(iiis,  Wlllll-M* AplOIH,  1'aliitein'mid I'lnstii-  tm Oui nil-,  .Mackinaw Coalh,  I'lixln. ( rV J.k ki Is.    ,Miu kiniivv l'ant-<,  U'ullerH'.lui k(|s.        'Inriiiulius,  DilnimKo IIukm,  IJfir-c lll.inkeN.  Tent*.  i;t( . (l( , cte.  riurhi rn .!.������ kct-.  f.iiiKliiilii Jiukel",  Allusion I Innli(t I'n  di rvv(nr,  I'Miitilwhul lvM    [iicorpor.iled l!������rJ  TURNER, BEETON & CO.  ILIMITKn,  WHOLESALE MERCHANTS,  VV'iii-ehiili.--eM. AVhiu-f .silrecl.  Kiuilorj*. 1 lliiHl.inn Street,  , vrcroiiiA, n. V-.  Spring iand Summer Suitings,  Wc linve on li.md .1 complete flock of Woi*k������n������ 'itnd TailoiV Tiiin-  niiiiUhtind will make up Suits in Inst cl.isfe btyle to s-uit piuch.isei-.  Give ns ,i tii.il unci we will Assist you to complete your diuts in .111  iu^istic'iind up-to-cl.ili* niiinner. - _  . A.'Wilson,  . Fashionable  "     Tailor.  GRADUATE OF NEW YORK'S GUTTING SC1J0OL- (  ines  LIMITED. , - ,       \  MINING BROKERS AND FISCAL AGENTS. '  MINES AND   MINING  INVESTMENTS  Wo iurniali icpoits on nirUind.s'of iiii't.illifcioiis. mines and   ptospects  Lowest ([notations on listed and unlisted mining slocks.  OFFICIAL BROKERS FOR T1IF  Calumet & British Columbia Gold Mines Ltd  NON-F1CRSONA1. LIABILITY.    (EVA MINE.  DUUJTII, Minn.  CALUMET, Mich.  CHICAGO, HI.;  NELSON, H. C.  CAMBOJ'NK, B. C.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Gold Storage:  ���������s^^s^Calgary. Alberta  oa������Mrrwc-wwi*r' Arm&KtttnmGarx  ^f^-^fy-fcw!-,.*..���������������!������!-- -J���������A<^e���������TTJL.^.^J^^rs*���������^J.n.^JJ���������'���������^��������� L^~.* ������j..a,ij^��������� a.^.i' ^vtHb-  T  -TIIE  I-^EVEIiSTOKE  PHOTOGRAPHER  STAMP PHOTOS  A   SPECIALTY.  Oyer Kootenay  Mail Office  E. WATEPcSOJS7.  Bricklayer and Stonemason  P. 0. Hon 1!H. liKVKLSTOKK, H. 0.  All lines of Mu-on work liiidcitiikcii.  Kaliiimlcs given for buildings, etc  Learn By  Pitman's Business Courses  ape known all over (he  world.  Full course from Ten  Dollars.  Pitman's Business College.  OlipnMto Ilnti-I V.-uiidiiv"!  H. B. STONEX,  MACHINIST AND  GUNSMITH,  Opposite Central Holel, ItoroNtokc.  L.-iIIir nnd   Gcnoi-nl Miu-liinu Work  ���������Promptly  Executed. ^  TtfTB KOOTENAY.'MAII/  r-'-i/'^f-W***  > ,',  \,i *cfe.  r ' I - I   .   ^ ..I "' I  i r  (vV-r'l  CARIBOO.  *jj  ;  51  J.   Ji.  JJobfon,  manager  of  the  ''   Cnriboo Consolidated, has  done eo  much  to inipiep's   on   the   public  mind tlie importance of Cnriboo as  a gold'field of still immense value  that the' observations  of"'the Provincial  Mineralogibt,   Mr. 'Kobert-  ���������.son, arc ot value.    Mr.'Robertson  spent' some time  last year in the  "examination of the Cariboo country  and his report shows how thoroughly justified is Mr. Ilobsbn's enthusiasm, of   Cariboo.    Mr.  ltobertson  says:��������� '  "The jjie.tt,(ilow'-gnulo deposits Ihu-o  icceived then chief development about  ti'uebiiel Folks,lind cliiefly nt Bullion,  M'hcic the Consolidnted Cmiboo ll~y-  dinulic Company li.is done so much  work.'/l'lio cli.imiol hcic woikcd by  Mr. J Lobson is only one of ninny in  the iniiiicdiu'o * \ icinily some linger  nnd' quite   ns   licli.'  7N.itui.illy,>, Mi'  t'llobson   ncqtuieil   wlnit   seems   ".ill  .tioiiiid"  Ihe  nio&t  nvnil.iblo deposit,  ���������"but  he,pointed   out   to   the'wiitei  ' &o\euil depo-jits wdiicli be has iiivehti-  . filled since,   nnd     which    he   el.mns  v-'Citlei chnncos1 for lnifjei companies  than tli.it ulucli lie is now opci nling.  'J'hc Cbiioohdated C.u iboo? m.iy be  taken ns  an  e.\aniplo  of  ulint to e.\-  ' pect, nnnicly, good \nines of about ten"  ient. ,iili cubic ynid Mr. llobsoii,  cla'nn-5 foi, the company that he has  Il.isc-5 of   ''>      l  NEW WEST-  MINSTER,  f*  Thoie weicagood many'TPiesbytcr-  iun ininisteis in town for the Synod.  ' Matriculation examinations are being held nt thc'Coliunbin/ColIegc this,  week.  .The weather last week \uis ���������vciy hot  iind icc-ciea.ii vendors did a laige  business.,' , ���������, ,  On Satuiday ' tho lnciossc boys  are' going to 'try conclusions with  boastful Vancouver. The local team  is much weaker than it wtis last jcur,  and Cheyiie is no longer in gaol.  One Kootenay newspaper states  that 7000 people welcomed the Hon.  Hichaid McUiide to his mili\e town.  The total population of the TRoynl  City is 7000, and peihnps one thud  of them wcic'down town, '  The inei.ib veiy high, butVill lime  to liso'twenty niches to lc.ieli the  JSOtlngh watci-ni.uk Ai tmiipoi-aiy  (w lutif .it the budge const motion was  washed awny on Sunday.J On ctho  same , day a flood-gate, in theJ'itt  Meadows dyke wa*;^ Inoken, and 'one  fiu-m'theic is undei si\- feet of   water.  THE CONFESSION OF A WIFE.  "PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND  Was the Medicine That Saved  ' ���������   M.f Life."  'i?  Fine Upholstered Furniture.  <'  '     K  f, i ivimuMutri) .million* cuijic yakds .  of aunfeious ginycjs, nnd 'it  i*- safe to  say Hint   hu has  not in   tlieso leases  i  ono fifth' of  the  available , gi.ucls, so  <-   that ui'this Section   nloiie-theie nuiat  be fiom' 2,500,000,000 to' 3,000,000,000  cubic'j.u'cis r of    '.unifeious  'gi.ivels,  which theie is e\ciy ,icason   lo   think  will bo asfiich   as   the Consolidated  "C.i'iboo deposit _ l ,.  -   ,  * C'The'minieiisity  of   these liguies is  haul to giasp, but  to 'iliusti.ue���������if 10  " cubic y.uds j icld $1  m   gold, then'wc  ha\o heie in the (Jucsncl section1 a'lonc  TIIUU-     I1UMI1II.1)      .MILLION"      UOII WIS  < "'        WOI! Ill   Ol    COLD    - i      '  ' This \ast amount of gold is so diluted" with sand a n'd tri.uel that the  , only possible nil* ins of e.xtiacting it is  liy liulf.iulic milling"  . "Mi Jlobson collects the lainfall of  tne season o\oi ,00 squ.iie miles of ici-  iiloiy, which he utili/.es through one  ; -lioniloi, w ith giound sluices, in liom  (Hi to 150 days E\cn_thcn he has  oiilv sufficient, watei to ,woik.in'one  place, using fiom 300,000 to 000,000  minors inches each season, oi oier  1,200,000, cubic feet of water  ���������'So it will be seen that the water is  tliO'gicat question, theie  is  gold and  to  spa it*', but   the   nunfcious   gia\el  i deposit without watei to* wash it is of  . no \alue "   'c- _     ' ".      "  *" As f.n as , watei, supply goes, Mi  J lobson h.i:>'undoubtedly secmed'^biit  which 'was njpst, a\ailable, _th.it 'is.-  which could be u'tili/ccl "w ith^the'least  cwpeiiditnic of-c.ipit.il, .ind fiom bis  costs nn idea can lie,foi in'cd as to what  'C\pendituie of capital would bn ncccs-  sai> to bung watei on to othei piopci-  lics, the sum leqiiiied Tivould piobably.  'he much gie.itei than it^ was in tins  (list instance F.om this it is aigucd  that the immense gold leseives of this  section can onlv* bc4 touched by companies 'of lbe strongest sort, willing  nnd able to in\est laige amounts ol  capital to bung on ^watei in l'ige  quantities "  TROUT LAKE.  Thii is the closing sentence nfo n  thankful luttcr of testimony written  by Mis. Fred. M. Wetmon*. of Windsor, ,Ont. She suffered fiom kidni������y  disease and heart trouble, which "resisted tlu* best treatment'cf her physicians, when all seemed dni*k iind  gloomy fur _, the sniffling woman,  Paine'-. Celery Compound wn^hrouglit,  to her attention. Mr*. Wetmore used  the CDinpnuml with fnilh anel was  happily cured. Mrs. Wetmoie writes  as follows:���������y    i <  "A vein* ago I   was   in   such   a   low  condition of health that ,my   life,   was  despaired of. Meilic.nl ti eatinent failed  to do ine good, nnd my friends weie  greatly alarmed. The,ductnrs said I  wa*-- sulfenng fiimi kidney disease and  ylieait tioulile.and might dropoll at any  tinie. My mini piociued a liotlle. of  Piiine's Celery Compound fur'nie and  I used if.' Alter taking _ Ihe second  bottle. I felt, slrmifti'i, and' had hope*.  of gettiiiK well n^.iin.'s Six hotili". nf  P.une's Ueleiy Ciiinpinmd made me a  new woman. I am now stiong and  well, mind appetite, digestlon'and sleep  like a child.' Paine''? Celery CniiipiuiiKl  win. the mi'dic'ine thai saved mvjile."  THE MINES.  Hi  One Common Cause of Headche.  Peihip^ the most genei.il cause  di headache and piin ac-inss the eyes  N u.i-al L.iL.uili. The simplest fine is  in inhale thu medicated < i-apnr (it  Cataii hu/.iiiiu winch traveiscs every  an    cell.ind an   passage of tbe l hi oat,  c, lungs and niise. It kills inviiads ot  fjiinis at I'U'iy liiealh, ile.ns away  iniicmis ch.sdiaiges, , preserves and  lie.ils Ihe nieinlii.ine. Cat.iri ho/one  is }usla splendid remedy tor headaches  and its .iLlion is ceilain and unfailing  in diseases of the* Tioat and Lungs,  Dealness, Bionchitis Asthma -anil  Cattail h. Altial will convince the  most sceptical   lhat   Cat.urlio/.une   is  , all light. Luge si/.u sjl.00, ti l.il -'w.<'  23c.     Diugi;iats,    or    Poison   &   Co.,  iKingst()i>, Out  Dr. IJamilton's Pills ctmi:  cox-  'sTJI*\,l'10>. ������������������  j.Mattcis looked seiiousMast week  wben the Liudcau ii\ei t In ca toned to  wipe out pait,of the town 'Owing to  the citcioacliment , p.ut'' ,of ,.Mis!  O'Bncn's building, was washed away,  and it looked as if 'the Queen's Hotel,  C B Hume it Co's ( and Masteison  & Giilhlhs stoics would be swept out  too .ltoitun.ilcly Govcininei'it Airent  Fi.iser turned up punctually on'bcing  .ulvised of the tioub!e_.md staitecba  foice at woik Satuiday with such good  icsiilts that (the town was saved in_  time      /.      v'   yi ''      ,     ".   ������  This was the woik that l'io\ iuci.il  Engincei Gamble was sent to e.\aiiiinc  some time ago, and which hcticportcd'  was unnecessaiy e\pcndituic '-/That  is the soi t of ai tist whom our member,  Mi iTaylor, insists on ^keeping in  coutiol of llie public woiks of the  piovmce'to the ]iublic clotuiiicnt. We  liave to thank i\h l^iasei foi saving  our town W hen the vouchci goes m  the pioMiiciarcngiuecr will probably  endoisc it- "Claim lefuscd." I had  aheady decided the work' wasJ absolutely unnecessaiy L must do something foi niy.sal.uy and that is what'I  did. "The government agent who dated  to nuthouse such woik after 1 turned  it dew n should pay this voucher out of  bis own pocket ��������� 4  Too Great a Fisk.        , .  In almost eveiy m ighhoihood some-  one'has died from an attack ot colic or  cholera" nun bus, of ten* hetoi e medicine  coul(bbe piociued or a physician summoned' A leliable icimeily fur t these  disease-should he kept at hand. The  l l-k Is too gieat tin aujoile lo take.  (Jhamlieilam's Golu , (Jholoio and Dia-  iilinea Remed> ha^iuidoubtedly saved  tin* lives of iron* people and i eheved  moie pain andsultei ing than any other  medicine in  use.     It   can   always   be  depended upon,  gists.  For sale liy all  di ug-  NAKUSP.  MALAKWA.  From our own Correspondent  ha} ciop etc is booming,  paid   lievelstnkc  The  11 Biuhn paid lievelstnkc a visit  this week.  Mi Pair was hcic and gave us an-  othei veiv er.jov able sei v ice  Mis II T Aiclub.ild spent Situi-  dav and buiidav id Ivevolstoke  The weathei of late is vc'ii hot, with  occasional showeis going .i ��������� in !  ThcJivei is past lis highest not  gaining a'n.v .noie tin- p..st tlneedavs  Tbe school ohildieii aic looking  foiwaidto the coming Holidays, and  aie busy gelling le.uly lor then examinations  We bad .inothui vei) neni shave foi  a bad lnc.it I'i lei &cnlt's His house  caught Ine iinuiid the sto\e-pipo in  the umf, but it w..-> sun in tunc and  wiih.i few p.ulfulls of watei w is ex-  ni gu*h(ii 17!uL anotbei ii'iiuiti oi  u.n hi ulil hive Iniisbul it Willi (he  i\ l, d and (b\  v (.ilhei  pn *��������� nhnt.  From our own C'orrcsiioiulunt  Ecv T. S Glassfoul pleached in  Pevelstoke last Sunday.  There has been a. f'ne on the town-  site which at times looked veiy senous  'foi eveiything  JVc h.ul a lio.ivj lain and thundei  stonn which did veiy much good, but  did not cool tbe weathei much.  The Yale-Columbia Lumber Co had  to close down the mill on account of  high watei on Tuesday nioiniiig.  The lake is still using and is ovei  the low tiack Monday and Tuesday  weie the wannest, being 89 and 90 in  shade on lake front  Mrs Antoncy was taken scnously  ill on Satuiday last and had to be  taken to the Denver hospital, but I  undcistand she lsi doing very well  since  CAMBORNE.  Mis. Dicw has one of the nicest collections of pot plants to be seen in the  clisti icfc  ^B E Diew has icsigned his commission as juslicc of the peace, and  has lcconimendpd H. S. Wallace as  his succcssoi  A GUARANTEED CUliE  Fop all Forms of Kidney Disease.  We 11  lull*,   pii'p.ill'll  In  glial iliti e  ������ lib  iiiiib l-igneil Diugni-|s *,in'  give Ihe lelliiwinn  ���������v el V ijO i ent but lie  I Oi. PittiiigillS. Kiilni'V-Woil Tab-  ]. i-. lb. niilv ii nii'dv in lln* hiii hi linn  |n-ilmlv (ine- nil Ii'iniiili-s himii^  11 ni'ii w i ak kiilin v -���������: ���������  "Miiiu'V i 11i-i i I ully i. l in ni'd il lln  Mill, ii i I- imi 11 li> veil ami impinvid  allil use i>l mil' bnllle. Thlcelo s|\  lintlli s i |U*( i i-loinshiiig nml pei-iiian-  i ul dues. It not ieheved nnd c tired,  ymi waste no money  O i inula Di ug it Book Cii..lli,velsl(ik(',  IJ. C.  .1. A   Miller &, C.i ,  Revelstoke, U. 0.  Wall ei Hews, Jlrvi Isloke,   U.  U.  LABOR'S CALL.  Coast papeis maintain the U 1! B.  E. stnke settlement involves the witb-  chawal of the men fiom the U. B K E  Giving evidence at the Labor Commission, Gcnl Supt. TM.upolc said he  believed in compulsoiy aibitiation foi  public seivice coipoiations He  thought the boaid should be composed  of a justice of tbe supieine couit as  oh, in man, and one pei sun lepicsenting  each p.uty to the dispute lie believed  union men weie bettei moi.illy, and as  good in then lelations w ith the coin-  p ni} as n  ii-iiuion men  In tbe opinion ol Mi ,1 II Watson  ilu socialists ait! the cause of all the  tumble in llie unions lie stated to  tho l.ahoj Commission the socialists  aie loievei pieaelung discontent.  Socialists considei, accoidmg to Mr  Watson, ibeie is an nreconcilable  hostility between capital and laboi,  and they pie.uh that cloctnne. Chief  .lustice II initei���������How would j ou atloid  a leiiuil} ' Mi. Watson���������1 hue al-  icailv Inid them 'I hi*} kno'\ inv  -i iiliinrnls I'd thiow the socialists  nut of the unions In (.iking in  -in i.iiisls the} (the unions) ,ni< onl}  i iking un'o iheniM hi's a v ipei  Many Women are not Attractive  Ib'iiuis" ol icpiil-ive-lonkiiig waif  mi the h iinls. Thev i.iii be i-einiii'i'd  (pule p.iinlesslv bv Put im in'- I'ninless  ''urn nnd Wait lOxtr.u tin, it never  iniiiks and always ciues.   Ti y it,  1   The   stamp   million 'the   Second  Belief at Eiic is to he staitcd up  '"The zinc senarator   at jthe   Payne  will be put in opciation July liith  11. Bodino is 'again at woik on the  Bcatiice to complete ,1ns *100-ft con-  tiact.' f A '     '  Supt. Biadlcy is' arianging to have  work lesumed iiumcdiatelv 'on * the.  Blue Jay." "7 , ' '  .T. A. Dari.igh is ,pushing dcvelop-  liicnti w'ork on the Copper Dollar at  Camboine. . 7,  The government intend opening to  location the East Kootenay coaLnnd  oil leseives i ,,>'..*<  - Acailoadof niachinciy has anived  foi the pioposcd Elmoic oiP concen-r  tiator foi the Leltoi.   *'-  ���������  Laige bodies of pay oie aic lepoitcd  to have been developed on the 1350  foot level of thc^Lc ltoi  .W. B Pool went this week to( the  new'piopei ty which he has bonded at  Camboine, the Homestake," with a  view to starting development.*''  J lOnnest .is doing development  woik on the Goldfl} at Camboine A  lead has been simck on the propeit}  and looks well foi gold values  Output of Ciow 't Nest collieries fui  week ending June ,.5. Coal Cieek,  5,.'J87 tons, Michel, 6,139 tons, TMoins-  sey,3,41G tons; total, 14,942 tons; same  portod last yen, 3,104 tons  'The gold belt of Pish cieek is now  proved to extend for a length of nine  miles by a width of a mile and a half.  This -ue.i canying fice-milliiig gold  should pioduce some-iich mines.'  The Bcatiice is in need of a much  bettei ti.ul than that now used, and it  'is' un'dcistood' Govci'nment; Agent  Fiasei has icpiesented to government  the necessity of allowing a sum f.n''the  puipo'p  " Piof-Blockbeigei and rll ^Howaid  aie at Cnniboine'to auangc for icsum-  mg devclopfncnt' on the Kingston  gioup, on which it isi stated a promising showing of gold'lias been stiuck.,  Mi I tow aid is from Poitland, Oie.  * G. Goldsmith >has gone to Boyd  cieek to lesuinc development on his  claims. Jt is stated this property has  been found to cany good gold values,  caibonates lich in gold having been  thrown ovei the dump in ignoiancc of  then natuie t   ,  < People aie now beginning to ic"cog-  ni/c the ciedit due to A. F Boscn-  beigei for the detcimined manner in  which he staved with the Camboine  camp, lccognising it possessed oic-  bodies of unquestioned ment, and  which aic proving up so well under  development ^  Since the change in the management of the Noithwcstein Develop-'  ment Co's propeity, the shaies have  lecovcied fioiy 50c to $1 50 and aie in  active demand at Hancock and Calumet, Mich 'Blocks of this stockcheld  by Camborne people have been in  demand lately foi eastern buyeis  The shipments fiom tbe mines of  the Bonndaiy ' distnct "last week  amounted to 11,318 tons, made up as  follows Gianb} Mines, 4,012 tons;  Snowshoe, 2,100" tons; Mother Lode,  3,729 tons; B.C. Mine, 1,'00 tons-  Emma, 30 tons, total foi tho } ear to  date, 230,835 tons The Gianby  smeltci tieatcd 4,808 tons.of oie, making the total theie tieatcd this ve.u  140,139 tons.  Referring to the complaints of  Boundaiy smcltcis legaiding the  Crow's Nest coal supply, G. G.S Lind  sey, K. C , counsel for the company,  m'a lcttei to the Kossland Mmoi, s.i}s  the only point to which thcCiow's  >'est company has for a yeai shipped  mi} coke ovei the Gicat TXoithcrn  l.iilway or into the United States is  Noithpoit,���������"a smeltci- upon which  Kossland depends hugely for its  smelting The coke supply to Xoith-  poit the Kossland boa id of ttadc and  youi newspaper have sought to aid  and assist as a Canadian concern,  although it has leceived f.u less in  piopoition to its necessities in the  way of coke than any of the Canadian  smelteis '  Kcjraidmg the bond v Inch the  London A B C had on the Eva, the  chairman, in bis annual lepoi t, said-  "But peihaps our gieatest expectations were dnected towaids the Lai-  dcau piopcit}, about which oui en-  gmeei. JI i. Foil lei, had wiitien and  cabled most hopefully, and for hun.aii  extremely cautious man,-1 think 1  may say enthusiastically. The option  on that propeity, it will be leincmbcr-  cd, vvas limning, and, as miangcd, 1  left shortly after the meeting to sec  the propeity for myself and to consult  with JIi Fowlei as to the desitability  of cxcicising it On my anival 1  found the caily promise given by the  developments had not been conlnmcd  by the fmther cxplointion, and after  very caiei'ullv c'-nsidciing the inattci  it was decided not to exeii isy options  and to wlite off (he loss, which, w ith  the option money paid and ex plot-  ation woik done, amounted to about  ������3,000 This was a gieat disappointment, but in justice to Mi Fowlei I  should like to s.is that had the latei  development1 shown the value ongin-  icen   to  on flhe  sx r,ii;-  ally icprited, the piopeily would have  ,'ticen lin almost ideal one foi walking  on a veiy huge scale." jV <'  A- H. Giacey, M. E , has  Camboine and stattcl woik  Cholla'gio'up foi ,the l*npci I  cite, w Inch 'ow ns it. and iniendsde-  vc!opingrit extensively ^' M.iilin is  in, cli.uge. A tunnel vv ill r be iiinto  cioss cut the vein exposed by an open  cut,up the inoui.tam- side, nnd.is ev-  pectcd to cioss-cut" the vein at 200  feet.      ���������' ' i      ������        i  hrtve  an exceptional  of Parlor Furni-  all of  which   is   tiphols-  by ourselves.  range  Weiler Bros  Yo'u can choose your own  cover when desired.  Samples mailed.  We have , made , Home  Furnishing a life study.   '  COMPLETE , yirifirta   R' C  FURNISHERS   ��������� ItlUrld, D. ^.  ir^>  '    LOOKll,  SEE!.!    <  ���������    ' '   -      . i     "r .  Fleming it Dccon, the iiiatling  ndv(,i t'ising photogiapheis,. iiiu now  w'ithus.' TN'ow is youi chance Io get1  photogiaphs cheap, and up-to-date  work All photogiaphs mounted in  the latest" styles Watch foi then'  agents and scenic * coupons. Get in  on the opening i.Ues  HENRY'S ;PRSERIES  1 *���������   ������������������ i* i  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  *    Greenhouse and Hardy "Plants'*   "'  Roses,7Rhododendrdns, etc.,.  Tons of Home Grown and Imported  Gsjrdenf Field and Flower Seeds  tor Spring Planting.      '  y������  CUT FLOWERS  I or Ralls, Wedding  Church IJecoi.ilion-  Fuiii i.il Dc-igns.  AGRICULTURAL'IMPLEMENTS,  -  BEE SUPPLIES,     '     '    .  FRUIT BASKETS,     '    '*  FERTILIZE It.S  CaUilosiio Kico.      Edbtcin J'nocs oi Los^  300!)  M. J,,HENRY,  iWcstininster   Road,   _Vaiico  'Whiti: Laiiou Om v  EDEGT.R IG AIx maVn^ executed  -  .    Complete Installations,Our. Specialty  Fines't\01ass of Machinery ,.'' ..������.   '." '  ("    "   - ,       a , A  "       'r '    "    *  The Hihtoii Electric; Co. Limited  * *     VICTORIA and VANCOUVER.  E. B, EDDY'S  '<-  ^ICING -ED WARD;' 1000,.'  ,    '���������HBADLIGin\,';500s.   '     ���������  ^ISaGLB."100, and20()s.  ^"VICTORIA',"   >   *  '- "LITTLR COMET."  FOR  SALE   EVERYWHERE.  is  C2.  &  '        , '   ' -1  ' Are the best that can.be bought.  . ., ���������        ������  *  Don't experiment with other and inferior brands.  Halcyon Hot^Springs  .Sanitarium'.  rpHE ^MEDICAL WATERS'of *'llal-  J_ cyon an* the most curalivu m the  woi Id. A perfect, natuial lernedy for  all Nen ous and jVIusculai disease's,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach aihnenl';  and Metallii Poisoning. A *.nieciire  foi "That, Tiled Feelinp;." Spciial  rates on nil lm.it*. >,md tiami. Timi  mails ariive and depait eieiy (lav.  Telegiaph comniiinualinn with all  parts ot the ' wot Id, An expel lenred  inassangei  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arroto LaKe, 3. C.  <    ,     'J. LAUGHTON,' Proprietor; ' '*    ;  REVELSTOKE, B.G.  This hotel is now open for the accommodation of  the ttaielhiigi  puhlic.    Iti, the most (on veniently situated hotel in the citv, being  al the cm nor nl Fiist'Street'.ind Connaughh Avenue, in the heaituf ���������  lln* hnsiness pint inn of the city, convenicnt'to  i.uhvay station and"  poM office. .., -      .     - '  . *     ' ' '  . First Class Accommodation and Talilo. ���������   ?  'Best Brands of V/inos, Liquors and Cigars.  THECSTY EXPRESS  ' E. W. B. Paget, Prop. *  Piompt dcliieiy of paieels,  pic , to any part of the'City  iMggasje,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABRAHAMSONJBBOS ,_ PROPRIETORS.  New'y   ImiJt.      First-cluss in every respect.     ^11 modern-conseniences.  .Ltirge Sample Rooms. i  Rates SI 50 per Day    ,. Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's tHotel, Trout liake, under same  fafafafafafafafafafafa'fafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafaC^)  fa  fa  management.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  All   onleii  Tol'.icci* Stoic,  will retelle pn  loft    at K    M   Sinillii  oi  liy Telephone, No  impL Ll trillion.  SEE  Wing Chung's new I)'imported stock of Chinese  and Japanese goodt..  The best assortment evei  landed in Revelstoke of  useful and ornament tl  articles:  Tea sci i ices  1 Mates  nie-kct.s  Cane Chans  Handkerchief-.  Klnuui 1'oU  Uniliiillii Stimil-,  Iilllllll liiislvuls  SiiiukniK .IiioLuls  Sill. GooiN  GOLD FISH  I'lncst slock of cokIils nml fiuil ill tnim  . Frcnl Street, Rovolstoke  marks  /rights  PATENTS .S  * nliliiim il in all i mini Ik-.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent  Attorney  Mechanical     Kngincci     and     Di.uigliLKiiiiiu,  Jinnk  of  ]?. NT. A. tiuildint's. Hustings Slicct  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A postcaid Mill stcuio an pvciiihk appoint  incut for tlioso ������iio caniiul call dm m(f the day  fa  'fa  fa  fa  fa  'fa  fa  fa  fa  HOTEL   LARDEAU  - COMAPLIX   The Best House in Town.   '-    Well Furnished  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.  fa  fa  fa   fa         r^T fa  ,     ' fa  Good Table, fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafafa  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  furnished with 'the choicest the market  ines,  Liquors, & Cigars.  ffords.       Best   VV  J".  ably  a  Rates $ i a day.  ALBEET  Monthly rate.  STOITE.  DPX^OX  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  attached, Jlotvuig  Rooms ui Suites wiih Baths and   Toilets  and Cold Water, Inside Toilets on each, floor, Ga.  St en ui   Ilea led Throughout  .!. C. ORhENI:, Proprietor,        -        GOLDEN,  Hot  I isyhlid and  u. c  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paia  F.    B.    WELLS,  Exporter of Furs.  COMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG,  Proprietor.  Uigars.  Best brands of Wines, Liquois and  Travellers  to   Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this Hotel.  CALENDARS POR 1904  Wc  ll.lM'  ll.'IMl  .-I'lpillllll'il     .I^Ctll'!    fm-  liMilniK I3i ili-li, (J in uii in -imi   Ainiii-  i.iii   linn-   ind   (.in (ill'i'i a -i'lc( lion (if  ('iiIi-ikIiii-   Im-   I'M)I  sin li   a- lia-s iii'M'i  lil'lllIC lli'l'll lilTl'U'd in tins lll-llllt.  It 'si'i ii' wmi  mil. i-  |i������wliii������  a  call  III  111 11   I I |lll si'lll ilu '��������� is illi - llllpll-.  The Kootenay Mail Pub. Co. Ltd,.  UKVliLSL'OKE   B. G.  WOOD YARD  I li.iw* stalled a jioi in.incut Wmirt  V.ud on Thud '.tied.. With iny pat.1  expelieiiU' I hope to lie in 11 position  t(i t-atisfy all i.*(iuiieiiieiits ot ciibtotn-  eis Mill and coidwotnl supplied in  any lenp;llis nt. lednced prices for ta^h.  II. SAMSON.  GRAZING PECULATIONS  For Manitoba, the   Northwest  Territories and the Railway Belt in  British Columbia.  J^e.ui- for (fi-ii/iiifc piirpo-c- arc l���������utd for a  teim   of Hi only one 5 cur-, and llie rental i~.it  llie i.itcof tiiocciitsan acre per annum, pny-   ,  able lmlf jcarlj in adi.mcc. .,  IjiiiiN iiieliulu! in a ^-ra/niK ica-c iii.ij  be  ���������  uiLIiiIi.iimi for liome-te.ul entry,���������ale oi rail-   >  '������uy puipu-e-, bill no ieni.il ^ charged on micli  Iniui-i fiom llie date upon iihich tlioy are \i ill)  drawn fi..in tlie lia-e.  A'lc-Mcof Riii/inglnnd'-in not entitled to the  liaj tliircon. but lie inav, upon npiillcation in  llie flaunt of I^oiiiinion l-md~. obtain eiieb jear  llie Hi-t ptmill io out on hi- leasehold nlnii-  eicr qiiaiility of ii.ij lie may require for In-'  oiin ti-e. free of due-, Iliedcpartineiit.resCiiitiK  llie lu-litlo i~sue periniui to other apiilic-iiitj-.i  A|i|iliciilioiis' for KniT-int* leases -houljl lie  made lo llie Secntarj, Ijepartmcni of llie In  tenor, Ottaiia. '        ,  ( V. G. KEYE3,     ' ' '  Sccretarj, Department of the interior.   ?j  .;        ai i  '     -I-     frl  TIHVIIE * TABLE  S. ���������$ e "Arc/wr" or S: fi.   "La)dealt.'  niinnii't; belli ecu Arrowhead. Thomson t  Landinifniul Coin.ivlii., coniincncing Oct. Hlhr  1301. ������ill -ail asjolloi*.s (i\eatlier permlllirRl:    '  Leave Arronlirad for Thomson'-. .landing  and Comapli\ tisice d.nlv at ink nnd 1%..  Lraie Comaplix and Thom-oil's landing for  Arron head tn ice dailj nt, T.15K and 12 I jk.  Making clo-e conncclions'\iith all C. P. II  trains and boats ' .    ,  t The owners reverie the ri^ht to cliiin e timer  of sailings m ithout notice.' , '*  thi: FHF.n Jtoiuvsox LVrimmco. ltd  v. uoniNsox,'"  ' ' ManaBinj; Ducctor,   .  1         1  .1  t'     '  X   (.  1  Ij  7      1  i    . ..  t         i>  -  i i.i*  '  ,  i, ������^>  i  i '' y*  1-  "      li  ',    '���������<;  i  M  J  (  1   *'' '���������{  1   '  1  !-��������� .'  '    J  ',4',  "    "\  Ths.Revelstoke Navigation Co.*Ltd'.'  TIME TABLE *  (During bcas.rui of lnijli   water.)  i      Leave Eight Mile Landing C'.itli'     "  TUESDAY AND FLU DAY atO a. m  (   '  Leave La Pm le each ,  TUISSDAY AND  FRIDAY at 2 p, m1  I  SPECIAL Tli I PS mil he made between dales, of ii-gulai silling when-  e\ ei liiisii]i'i.a cilleied waiianls 5-ainef  The  Company  liseive  the  light, to.,  ihangi" I line  and da \ s of failing w it h-  oul mil ice. . * ta  t ���������    ,    '  A. FOKSLAXD,      C. D. P,ACIIEH.  Master.'        " Puitcm.  OOEAN^ STEAMSHIPS,  r "Royal Mail Lines.    ~  Cheapest Route to tho Old Country.  1   'ALLAN" LIXn-Krom Jiontreal.' s  Tuiiiseau.'    . .  '   .   Mai Ii  Parisian '    .  M.iy .Kl  l-'iclorian        . ' '. *... .   J .June G  -      DOM IV ION* LIN'L-rrom Montieal.  Dominion        :..;      Maj li,  Soutlmnrk." . i- ".JlnySI  Canada   .   ..      ��������� ^.^...JuiiolJ  DOMINION" LLS'K-From Mo-ton'  M.i}floMCr .      .  Mai 21.  Coiiiiiioniicall!,-;    ..    ". .Tunc4  N'ci*. Lnaland  .   Juii^ll  UEAVKR LINK���������From irontrcal" "  L.ikc Man.tobi .    Mm-21-  Lake Ch.iinpl.iin*-      .   - ...       .June 4  Lake Erie     . . '        JuneJl  AMEItlGAN LIN'i;���������rtoinN'e'i*. York.  5t  Louis. . . J.   "Mav 2i1  New York . . .Mai 21!  Pliil.idelplna. Juneli -  WIIirK STAR LINii-Krom Nen Yoik^  Germanic . . .. M.ij  20  Mnje������l'"  .. . Mai 27  Celtic   .          Ma> 2!)  Oceanic .. .     .       June 3  CUN'AItn LlNi:.���������KiomXcii York  Etruna   May 2.{  Ciuiipanm .. . .JIayJO  Uinbna   . . . JuneG  CUNAUD LINE��������� from Ro-ton '  Iicnua . ...        . Mav 10  Ultonii      .... .     M,iy2U  Saxoni.i                 June 2  Iicnua  June 10  Pasri-iiKcrs ticketed lliroiiKh io all parts of  Great liiiiun nud Ireland, and ,il special!} ion  rate* to all pan* of the European continent.  Applj to nearc~t railnaj or steamship agent or  to '  T.  W. BRADSHAW,   Agent.  Revelstoke.  W. P. F. CUMMINGS. Pacific Agent  - '     - -'; -jr  A "*- " Clnl  *' ���������*     ������y^7  A\,.-/,J  '  ''l     ViV'*^  1  '7*1 rX  J T /.       *4.|  *     -    ,     ly I  *     <,        "I-1 Vj  I  j * ���������    i'l  ,   -I"  -   - -��������� -    *i "i.1  ��������� * ������-\'���������^^l  ��������������� ��������� -', "XJl  ,     *    .-       '-.'L-il  -' ,C>|  j        i.' i-: ."^r  V*    >v ��������� -     "I  ,-*-,,,"-,  v      -A  "ocS?9������5'*������?=at35,-?,-*:3i? p?ixsa*i*nnr>eB is a a mm  ���������o* w BoS ��������� * *" ������Vn K.tsa'am aSfutanm'amiS'Bm^iA  ^is^   ^smsoJU *~-   ^Sj  SI U Q E a C E I- ������ 2 a S2 U ^ ���������) H O 2 B M M a ������ C"  OCX  cot   _   DC.   fAw=,s^  C3C������  nm Joan Ta  ���������Ho- ii its ;3!b \;;r  u  ihe I-;- ���������: r'-,���������; p���������!������-5ic-i cf Ilia  to-.d-i *\:'.o =,-:-;:c;i oc.'.or.;! stiff  c. v/ ::r ncal r--=* c=l.ci.  S.b;- 1. .ci Sj CO a >cir fl-tudnj  U_S   Ca-'sdi-i Mcr-can iwia-i )  i'i: Jojp'.al a-"1 ~Pac "-ic Co^st  Mi .=? tor;:\cT. S6 CO  Si-ip'o cop.es, f'c; Sc-! fnr E������'<  Csij'o.���������-i  Thz E' ci"SE*������i'.n vi I   :. ������ r, Joi.p-.ai.  261 Brcocv.../, 1,'cw 'ic-(  u  I  cueu cj j l, t������ mVs b r������ u *i uo ots^^i  .1-    .JS=i^  Standard remedy for Gleet,  Gonorrhtea and Runnings   fainvl  IN 48 HOURS.    Cures Kid- \plVl J  ne> and Bladder Troubles. THE KOOTENAY^MAIL.  Big assortment opened.  Also .Instruction for  every Instrument. Call  and 'see them.  All the Latest Songs  LIMITED  i  REVELSTOKE.  .   r *   ,B0RN.      Q  DAvif���������On Sunday, June Kill,  and Mu. 0 T.'Davis a son.,  to .Mi.  V,  (,   MARRIEDX  ';.  Rnviiii-SMiiii���������At" the icsidenco of  'E. S. Jackson, Jtev clstoke, (m .lime  17ili", "by .Hov C 'L.fdnei, I'lednck  Jlitcliic, oi .Sandon. B 0 to '.Miss  Jaiith Sinitli, late ol Moosii*iin,'X.  -   W T ,     ���������  Tlie high vvatci of the Illecillivvnct  on Tuesday damaged about 80 feet of  tbe powei house Hume, a poition being  earned away. Mayoi O'Biien piomptly  waited on Supt. Kilpatiick and ar-  l.ingcd to ha\e 0. Kia'-ei-'s bridge crew  put in a tempoiai-y stiuctine so that  the lights may be on tins evening oi  Momlav.  0 H. Maedonald this week icceived  vvoi'd that he has been eleetcd to'the  council of the ,H C. Pli.um.iccubical  Association This is the l'n-st lcpie-  scnt.itivo foi Ueielstokc" on the board  CI. T. M.illoij, now of Kamloops but  foimeily of Ilevelstoke, was elected  vicc-piesident foi  the ensuing ye.u at  the meeting held last week.  i      i     ,-  'The Hist iipc stiawheiiies lccoided  .it the Mail ollicc this season weie  bioiighl in Thiiisday by Mis. It S.  Wilson, and -.vveie laiire and of a  delicious (I.ivol much lelished hy the  otall ' Mrs. Wilson says that although  the season has been considei ed b.ick-  vvaid the ben ies are fuither advanced  than in pievious ycais        a  The baibeis of .the city ine/now con-  fonning with the laws of their union  in lespeot lo vvoikmg liotii��������������� and lieie-  aflei I he shops will be open fioih S a.  in. to 8 p in. on week days S.ittndays  e.Mcpted, being then open fiom S a in  toll pin , This will <be a welcome  change to them .is heietofoie "they  bino been'obliged to woik until late  eveiy evening and on Satuidajs until  after midnight *    .    ���������  '1 he public schools close for the inul-  sunimei i.ication ne.\t Vi iday. 1'iin-  cip.il iWiHci citc/ida an ;iM'/Mliofi'to'  all paicms and otheis lnleiested to be  pic-ent dm ing the "-foicnoon of that  d.iv and inspect the woik of  sdiolais in the \ inous  will pioceed   much   ihe  ROYAL CHOWN' SOAP  The Best in the World.  Mail us 15 lloyal Ciown Soap     ,  ,   Wrappers, and in return we  -   will mail a ,beautiful Picture  si/e 1G.\20 ; or for 25 Wrappeis  your choice of over 100 books  J)rop us a  post cud asking      <  for a catalogue of premiums  ,   to' be had  FREE  for  7Roy.il ,  Crown Soap Wrappeis. ���������  Address <'  "   ,     ' The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. Limited.  BUSINESS LOCALS.  DIED.  IIiAi;���������At Gulden, B C. Wcdnesdii  June 17th, Sisaie,,' d.iughtei ol .Mi  and Mi*--' 0  1)   llo.u,  aged 4 \ca.^  the  looms which  same as in  eairymg out the daily piogiainme  School closes at 110011,110 afternoon  entei t.unnieni being held Visitois  will be at libeity to pass fiom 100111" to  100111 01 depa* t at any tune  IN TNE CREEN ROOM.  June 20, 22 aiul ,23���������Clm.i  M.itlies  .Co  June 24th��������� Anioni.i iJoloiCs  Julv 1st���������Willing Woikeis  .OCAL & GENERAL  Slcinuci Revelstoke did   not make a  ti ip tin* week ;  ><   A   IC.   Fount.ui',   I'onneil)   of  Field  and Golden, was  .-uiested  at V 1.111011'  GRIP A PASSWORD  IS I,     (I     I.  I,   ,  Kcvolsioko lodge met. last evening  and initialed . two candidates, also  haling two < a/lilmtions.' 'Die lodge  lias not jet delmitely decided on place  of celebi.ilmg J2th of .lul\, but this  will ho settled at a --peciil meeting to  be tailed bj 'the cli.in,  'J'ho -\1nn1ve1s.11 i     eelebiation    ali  tor passing valueless cheques  Sh.uuiock IU .mived at Tompkins-  ulle. L J , .Mond.ij. aftei a safe though  lough io\ag2 from Gomoek, tfcotl uul.  1 An agreement litis been leached between tho stiaubciiv gioweio of \ai-  ccumv Island',111 _l the Mainland not  to =eli ilie benics below ^2 a ciate t  \\ Ij Pease, a foinici -lesiclcnt of  TKevelsto'-sO. was ainon,'-D the chief ^in-  iciei~'fiom the Mission 1 illcy Hood  cause.l 1>\ a eloiulbuisD which ovei-  fiowed ihe cietk and dam  ���������W A C.iuei. who has lnllidi to done  .'g't.ti tie. 1 o. the min^ial'sin \e\s nl  Kooten i\ inula the clc niands on In-,  t'n.e-0 gie.u at the coast he will no:  visit Koott-n.n this season  M Buchanan has appi.t'ed against  tlie decisions of the bt-iich at C..11 -  Lome, commuting hiui foi tn.il and  lining him #1.1)0 o\ei the uoublcs ic-  j'eiie! io,in otn issue of last week-  Mis Moirsl;.)������ ic-sokl one of the  His she iecentl.v puicha-ed 01. McKenzie avenue fiom Mis Smith, and  a building will piob.iblv be elected  thereon The deal u.u put thiough j Kootenay  by H   >>   Couisicr ���������  J   P. Kellcv   came  111   fiom  Came*-  cieek WodiK���������daj manning vcsteid.iv  He  i^Moris   the   water   111   both   u\t-i  and cieek at   his   place  as  \eiy high  \  :e tiact ol land has  t   the   junction bv  and s.iy- that .1 l.u  been v.nshed   out  the stiongcuncnt  Compl.'inis aie made of the lieaton-  Camboine irmi It instated no woik  on the road has equalled that done by  I", L Kinni.tn l.i-t \e.11 wheie he coi-  duioicd it and put giaiel on top This  pjrtion of ioi'! lias since leniaiued 111  lirst-ciass condition in all we.uhcis\  An e-aia o1' the 13 C. Ga/ettc issued  Tuc-'lay contains pioclamatioiis >l)s-  ������������������riUin^ tl.- !e_'i~":,ituic and iiuthoiising  the- '-si*..1 r-ct oi 'Mits to bei'i date ICth  .In!, .mi Hiiunibk 1 St li Xoieml'Ci  Vi". I. M(_I. lujhlin is collectoi of Kites I  . fm Iti m -tiAo iiilini:     The next  scs-'  nounced to be held 111 V.incouicron  Inly 11th has been camelled thiough  the inability of lodges fiom tlie'J^l.uid  to be liicacnt on lint d.ite as was  eipectu! The Island and Vancouiei  lodges will take p.u t 111 the pioiinci.il  eelebiation at New Westminstei- on  lull  I3th " ,     , L  k   or i*     t  U 1110' 1eg11l.11 meeting of Gold  K.ingc lodge \\*edncstl.i_\ evening one  candidate was adianocd to thesecond  1.111k L , *  Installation of ofliceis 111 the local  lodge will be held on Wednesday c\en-  uig, July ls-t, 'theie being but two  li'eetings each 111 month-, of Jul\ and  \ugiisl, nameli ln-t and thnd.Wod-  nesdai*-.    ' i,  The fom lodge-, of the o'lki in Y.in-  toinei haio .11 i.tngcd Ioi .1 joint  111c111011.il eelebiation to he held to-  inoiiow L II .Buck, fo'ineili of  (.old Jiaiige ledge but now .1 niembei  ol Kathbone li 1-. been *-eleuted as  P'llatc 111 the appointment of olhccis  101 the day  a   1     \XI)   \    it  The 32nd annual communication of  theM W Grand ! odge of Bntish Columbia was held in Vincomei thk-  week, the session opening on T!iui.<-da>  in tlie Masonic Temple, Giainille  ^tieet Ke\ 0 A Pioeuniei and A  MoKae attended as delegates fiom  lodge .   "7  1   o   1  \\ bile 111 N'.incouiei list week B. R.  \tkins  II   V C It   had  the ple.isuic  of .itaiuling 1 meeting of  Companion  sisteis li.iiiiig ex-  Go to W. Smythe's lo have your  wheel lepaiicd.  \ Ice cicain, soft chinks and cider at  the City 13.1 kcry.  hibcials be on hand for the meeting  /Tuesday night.  You ,cnn .save money by insuring  with II N. Couisier.  Read C. 13. ILumc \- Co's' ndU.on  lii st page of this issue.,  H. II. Tiueman will bo 111 studio  until Satuiday, June 27th 1  Visitois to Camborne should'take  A.Ciaig's stage fiom Beaton Quickest loutc, best seivice. -.  J. C. Itutchiaon has been aihiscd  tfi.it tlie pticu of coal/ins been'laised  anothci 50 cents.  ''" A meeting of the Liberal Association  is called for Tuesday night at the  looms, Samson building.     < -      ���������    , 1  Lc'.i\e yout oideis foi pies of  kind���������meat, mince or iruit���������at  Ciiy'Bakeiy.���������A E  Ucnnisou  Scolh.it youi    piinting 1 bc.us  union label   ,-1'ho ICooi'l.n'vy   Mail i&  the only union piinting ofhcein Noith  Kooteiniy ��������� c  Ti.ivclleis \ isiting Ite\elstoke will  find the best r accomodation at the  Ccntial Hotel, Abiahanison I3ios.'0  Kesciu) yout caleiul.u oideis foi  1904 "-till the lepiosintatne -of the  Kootenay Mail calls tO(show jou our  samples.  M" Giady lun ic-opened the St.  Leon Hot Spiings'llotel and has al-  icady had a good many guests this  season  iny  the'  the  Social and Personal  J. Edwaids went up , to Field Monday.       ' , t - ' ���������  W. 13. Pool'e left foi Camborne Tuesday.    ^      ,, ^  ' 13. It. Atkins iciurned Monday fiom  the coast. -  ,11. N.  Couisiei    visited   Camboine  Monday.      r,  Fied Peteis, K. C, is sciiously ill at,  Victoria , '      <  , J. A. Darr.igh  came in   fio-.i Cam-  Loiiic Thmsday. '  E. Ifillnian, of 'Tiout Lake, was in  the city Tucsd-iy.  Miss Coi a LeCfis lecoiciing fiom  her lecei.t attack of pneumonia.  Mr. and Mis J. P. Kennedy, of Illecilliwact, have gone to Halcyon '  Miss Atkinson, of St. Thomas, is  visiting her sistei, Mis. K. llyl.ind.  Angus McKay came up fiom Comaplix  the  fust   of   the   week j;n loutc  w est.  i 1  A. LI. Iloldich has been; appointed  assayer foi .1 mining company at Cam-  boi no.   '- ,  <  Miss Ged.iiholin, w-h'o has been on a  visit to Mis. Newman, left - foi Glaciei  Monday  It 'Laughton, of tliC'Laideau Hotel,  Fciguson, was .1 visitor to the city  this week.   "'     ( , ' '  The Uc\elstoke l.ieiosee bojs weie  at .1  dance .ttltoss-  An Aggravating Cough Cured.  A cu'.tornei* 'of tuns who had been  sulteiing fiom a severe conghwlm* six  month':, bought two bottles ot Chamberlain's Cough Remedy fiom us and  was enliiely (ured by one and .1 half  bottles-of it. dt'gives pei feet satisfaction wit li oui Li.kIi1.���������Hayxks, Paric-  jjii & Co , Line\ ill"*, Ala. For sale by  all druggists.   H ���������  LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.  A" meet ing of the above association  will'.be held in tbe '100111*-,,Samson's.  Imilding, Second stieet, at S p. in.,  Tuesday. .Tune 23.    >    "    ���������       ���������  "ll. COOKE, Seeietaiy.  For Sale.  Sever.il inteiesls in silvei-le.ul piop-  eilies.- For p.u licnl.us npply at oiliee  of Llie Kootenay Mail.  C mi i Biacside. the  tended a special imitation to member^  t>t the suboidmate couits to attend  that evening together with P. II. C. R  I!c\ Alexaniiei ^lacGillmay, of Toronto whova- on a \isit to Vancoiner  Couit Biaeside ei.jois the distinction  of being the onl\ compiinion couit in  13 C , and the companions weie complimented by tbe If V C R on the  niannei 111 which the business of then  coin t is ti.ins.icted  t   o. o. 1  Tho Grand Lodire  closed  Why ^end east foi youi loosc.-le.if  daj book and ledger fillings, when the  woik ci'n be done as well at the Koor-  i:.n iy 7M ml olhce''' o '  ' W Sinythe is agent foi the Cieic-  l.ind,Gendion, M.issey-IIan is, It.unblei  and thctfamous1 Ifeyslopbicycles See  lnni when .uui want a wheel.  toWhcn >ou come to Revelstoke hail  the Ccntial Hotel bus to take you to  a good hotel- Abiahanison Bios  Pi ops     ,    ���������  All kinds of Cleveland fittings and  Dmilop t^ies at W Siiij the's bicycle  icpan shop Kaniblei bicicle $40. one  of the Cleveland wheels *���������  When you want to get to, Caniboinc  111 speed and coin foi t, I 10 k out foi A.  Ciaigs stage "11110 when landing at  Beaton  High-class piesswoi k is oui specially  We have the reputation ol doing the  best punting in Kootenay���������the  Kooii.vav M \n Publishing Company,  Keieistnke  A meeting of the hold's D,i\ Alliance is called foi 1'uesday , even 1 iii:  next at S o clock in the \estiv of the  Methodist chinch All membeis and  fi lends of the alliance are coidially  invited to be piesent. 1  H. Bostock has decided on closing  the Kootenay Lumber Cos. stoie at  Comaplix and moving the unsold  stock to Ductus The Harbor Lumber  Co . Ltd , will re-open the stoic and  carry on the business.  A. 7M. Craig still conduct? the feed,  livery and freighting stables at, Beaton,  and his'saddle horses and light and  heavy conveyances for hire at. all  times His d.uly stage for Goldlieles  and Camborne meets the steamboat ���������  on its arivel and departure. j  to be entei I,lined  J.i 1 ll last night     '     '     ',  J. If. McDonald and r J. ,JJ. "Mac-.  kon/.ic,'of Comaplix, registoied,at the  Ccntial Wednesday. i-  ' J' C. Montgomeiy, J G. Jenkins  and T. Maloney came m fu 111 McCuI-  lough cieek Thiiisday.  JJ. It. McLennan,   of   Tiout' Lake,  spent a couple of days "in   the city on  his way homo fiom Vancouver  i-  ��������� W. M. Lawienec and his biothei,  Jas Lawlcnee, of Nelson, left 'Thiiisday for Winnipeg on a businoss'tiip '  Leslie Skene has now left the  hospital convalescent .iftei a seveie  abdominal opeiation peifouiiLil by Oi.  Ui.ili.iiu tincc weeks ago ���������-; *  G..E Giogan, furincily of Ltevel-  stoke, has .letuined to Calgaiy fioin  his tup to Ireland Mis. Giogan ic-  m.uns in the old countiy  It. X. Wilson, Indian Agent at McLeod, has been visiting the piopeities  at C.imboi nc of the Ophn-Ladp S^ tii.li-  ealc, 111 winch he is lnteicsted.  Mi andMitrLL A. Blown left on  Tuesday foi the Halcyon Hot Springs  w hcic they will s. end sometime Ioi  the beneht of Mi   13town's health.  Last Monday evening .the topic at  the Epwoith League meetii.g" was  "Music ' A papci priep.ued by jMiss  Savage .was lead, anil 111 addition theie  was lendeied a jiiogi.uninc ol vocal  and insliunienl.il music.     ,  Tlie 'Ladies, Aid Society ot the  Methodist chinch have aiiangul with  Miss Manetta LaUcll, entei tan. ei,  and Miss Emilvr Fiances 'Scott,  sopi.ino, to give an enteitaiiinient 111"  the chinch on -Monday evening, June  2'Jth.  Rev. J W. F.ilcbnei, B. I)., ii.istoi  of Foit Masaty^congiegation Ilalil.i.x,  the ebiuch honie "of Rev. Air. C.ildei's  family, was in the cit} last evening  and went east this moining Lo .No. 2.  He w.io the guest of Mi Calclei while  heie  For Sale  TWO Resiliences on  JI(.Kon/io Avuiuc,  wit  ���������modci 11 improvements, ������J,'iO0 ouch, 011 easy  ' tonus  TWO UcshIuiiuis on Tlmd  SIiett east, veij  ., eoinenieiiL for liulwny  incn, *5I,KIU eucli  uit.) lei ins.    ,  ONH itesiildiee on  Knsl  Stieet east, tiisliie  quiicd S.J00, hiiliieet, to mot tyiiK-c.    '  Apply-10 n '  JIAIIVKY, iMcOAUTJ':it'& 1'IMCHA.M,  ,    BARGAIN SALE  POTATOES  Ten lo twelve tons of Pol 1I01"..  Pi 10c unassorted, 30c pel sack.'  Puce ii'soilid, 7.3e pel suk.  Corporation of the City of. Revelstoke  .1.  St'LOi d Stieel,  GU1LELTO,--  li'-vi Isliike.  For  Sale  750 shales'111 I>e,itii(e mine \\'\]]  '���������ell whole in- 1 mi t."Fm- p.u I n-ulais"1 p-  ply at oIIili' ot KooTi:vvx  Maii..  ���������   FOR SALE..'     '"' '  f ���������-      K.'-'x  y-ROOMP;D HOUSE,'wiih  bath, Mil  I      liisi   (1 ,-s  |..(.iln, .    Tei ins !j!7."](l.00  L.ish, 1.  in.1  .-j.1.) 00 |ii-i  iniiiilli. 'Apply  KOOTENAY J1AIL.C  FOR ME  ���������    Ladies, .Boys and, Men's ���������-  1 ' ���������      ~*  ���������*  Boots and Shoes  See'iny assoi tment ol 'the best ,  li.ug.iiiis ever olteied  m   the     ,  ' c 113 111 Ihe'i* Inn s    . "  UYIiAW No.  ���������'    '  A Uvliiw- to cnfoieo' the luinoval or a ceiL.1111  lnuniliy fiom Lut.1'1 m Jilock number 17, tic  coiding lo iil.ui of a pint ot the City ot itev  elhtoke tegisteied .is l'i.ui number MA.  WIIKItKAS, In the opinion of the Mu111e1p.il  Council ot llio Coi-poinuou of the City of Kov-  elstofte ihe liiundiy elected upon Lot niiniber  11) in Block iiumbei 17,.iccoi(1iiik to .11 cgisteied  plan of (limit of llie City of Keiclstoke mid  niiinbcicu <ts Plan (>IIjA. is a nuisance and an  eyesoic lo the loutlitj 111 winch the s.nd I111111-  dry lhhitu.itcd,  And, Whciciv-, the siuil laundry is in Ihe  opinion of the Mud AI11111c1p.1I Council, diinirur-  oiib to the public safctv 01 health 111 studio-  cililj;,  1  And, Wlieicns, ic is 111 the inlcirt-ln of the  City ot Kevelstoko toii.is^. ,i|lijl,iw to enfoiec  the ieinoiiil of the s.ml lnundiy fioniMiid loeul-  itj w lncli is a icsulenli.il district 111 Llio City of  Kevolstol.o. _        _      ,  'J hciefoie the Municipiil Council of the'Cor-  lioiiition of the City oMtev elstol.o enact as follow o: ,  1. Jttshciobj declined that in the opinion  of tlio Municipal Council of the Coipoi.ition of  llie City of JJci elbtoko tho Iimndiy elected  upon i.ot nuinboi- lii 111 Block number 17, 11c-  coidinif to iicffisleicd plan of p.utot llie City  of Kei clstoke and numboicd as iJlan (i.l(iA, is a  nuisance and an eyesoic lo such locililj and  tli.it the said luiindiy is (liiiigci oils to the public  vilely and licaltb of such locality, bciny a resi-  (lental locality in said City of Uev elsloke.  2. The owner, tenant or occupier of the said  liuindi j aie and each of tliein )s heicby otdend  lo leinovcb.iul l.iundi} fioiiiwud lot and local-  it} within Iluily days of llie llniil passing of  this Hyluu and fiom the ptiblicnlion 01 tin*  h.inic )ii .1 newspaper published 111 the City ot  Itevelslokein one issue theieof.. -  .) *JC Llio owner, tenanl ui'occupict of the  Mid laundiy dots nut within the pcuod of lime  nboveset loitb (lulj leniove llie mini.laundiy  fi0111 said lot .uul locality it shall be lawiiil foi-  the Coipoi.ition of the City ol Uo\elstoke bj  llsolllccis, soivants'oi-i.iiieuts lo entei upon  said lands and pieinises and to lcmovc, pull  down ami cany awaj said building ui st incline  eiccled upon the i.iid lot and used as a Iniiiuliy  and such lemoial, pulling down und cuiMiig  away shall be done ar the expense and costol  llie uvMiei, tenant 01 iiccupiui of such stun i uic  01 btuldiiiKaiid the expense and cost thcicol  sliali tic lLcoru.iolo.itjuiiist, (lie under, Iciiant  oi-occiipiei 111 like niiiiinei us Al11111c1p.it ia\(*n.  I, If (he ownei,"-tenant oi-occupiei afoicsaid  dues not leiuove said luiiiidij lioiu sml lotiuul  loeulily willnii the above named lime and allows 01 peuiuts the s.ud stiucluteoi- building  10 be used lor laundiy' pin poses he-shall be  deemed ���������'uillj ul an inliaeuuii oL the piovisions  ol lint. 15} lav. aud sliull be liable lo llio penalties  theicof(and tins in addition loanyolhi 1 --cnioily  llie Coipoi.ition m.i) liave) and evcij da\ siuli  ovMici, ten int ui oecupiei allows 01 pel nuts the  saiil sliuctuie 01 binldiiigrto be Used Lot l.iuu  <i 1 \ pin pines shall uc deemed a icpcliliun ol  Ihcollence _ '  a An} peison t'uilt} of an iiifinetion of .111}  of the piovisions ul this ,J)}law shall be liable  (and tins in addition to an} othei leined} the  Cmpoi.uion ma} have) ou cuiiviclionbeloie the  iMavoi, i'oheo jMa���������'istiuto'oi any .hisiieu 01  .Iiistucs of (lie 1'eace luiv nig luusdicliou, lo be  lined ill anv sum not e\ceiding olio bundled  ilollais and cusls ful each olUiiccaud in default  uf pa}inciil tlicicofuL shall be 1 iwful Ioi the  M.i)oi, t'olice AI.iKi^ti.itu 01 .1 iisi it cut .lustiees  ol the i'cacc so conv ictmg as aluiesiud lo issue  a w an mil undei Ins hand and soul lo levy the  said pcnalt} and costs 01 renal!} or costs oui}  bv distiess ,\mi sale ol the goods and chattels  ul the* ullendei 01 nllci.deis, .uul should theie  be no sufheii'iil dislies, lo s.uisly ihe t.ud  peiiallv andicosts 01 penaltv 01 costs onl}.it  shall be hinliil foi ,ihc said JNlavur, J'ulicc  .Mugistirtlo ui .lustiec or Justices .ol the l'eace  so coimcling asaloiesaid to conimil theollen-  (li'i 01 olleudeis lo any lock-up in the Citv of  KovelstoLc lot au} peiluil not exceeding thutv  dift.s. j -     ,'  Head a liisl tune lune^lli, 1801 -  Head iiseeoiid tunc Juno .illi, I'UI   *  itcad a thiitl lime and*1 passed .lime Jlli, l!HJi.  Ht'consideied and liniflvjiasscd and a loptid  Corporation of tlie City of Revelstoke  , BYLAW No  J.  Second stieet.  GUILI'HTO,  Kevelstoke.  Do You Belch Gas?  t  ll \ on have, uneasy sensations in the  stom tell, ajj.td [.isle in the luoiith,  head telle���������Amu her that ten diops ot  1->uIm)ii's Nei viline in sweetened vv alei  is a quick ami cei lain cine. >ei vili.ie  aids tni;estloii, tliaueU the {^as, iii.ikea  yon iniiitoi l.ilile anit tieetioni thsiieta  at once. Neiviliiie is just Mplt.iii.tiLl  Ioi (Jiaiiips, (Join, Dyoentery, bloui.nil  and LSowel T'ioul)lt;������, and ^ool.s only  25c-.    Bdllei Liy it.  Die.1 Ua-viilioV's Pill9 cukij Con-  bTII'.VTION.  CLARA MATHES COMING.  After then-  truitiiph.il  torn of Gal  >"o district is so well co\ertd by one' forma and the coast state-- Misa 7M.it lies  ���������| i;  i'yn  n-latiin    I-   called   foi   Jan.  itf session  at Yanconiei l'iiil.i\ 12th The following otheers weie uiat.ilkd foi ensuing teim Di Vi C Ai thin, XeL-on  0. M , T   I". Xeuland-    Vaneonvei,   0.  fnr^-~ "^1  .Vew    Wist-  . <-Kii.il   Dav.y,  ;   P. I-,. I3imp-  truii-fiiror; A.  ���������(,yyi\  l ������������������ .-',' .  r  &  r-  \\i  xxJxx'M  /���������  ���������   TV 3  />M   {A- ���������     ''il  10M  A,. .M     I>    i:    MeKon/ic  iiim-tei.  iriand   w.ikN n,  Vietniiii. iriand =ieietni-y  ���������mui.  f'l'Miihi-tiiik,    grand  lli'iidei-on. \'ictn[-iii, grand  represent  :ii ive.  I!..-'. WiNon. w ho represented Kevel-  .-toke loiliic. re turned home Saturdny,  ,-iiid rcpoi t.s the meeting a most sne-  eo.sfnl one. J. Outhett vvus delegate'  from Selkirk lodge. ���������  C-itiil'ornu Odclicllowv hnve applied  for a dispensation and expect to soon  have a lodge in.-titiited   in   tl.nt town.  newspaper as  Kevcl-toke 1 iding i*-by  the    Kootk.vw    Mur..      Any    man  picking the best paper  for advertising  iany   article,   high-priced,   low-priced  ; meilimn-priccd, nnd   wanting the bett  'value foi   hi-j   money,   will    select the  ' if in. every time. j between ael.-  TN'otice i-j given   that  the   Big Bend j number^ IS  , stage will leave  at   (ISO  on   Mondav, ; tlK- ''est Mi-  ' and Thursday-  for   the  steamer land-1-ides being  'ing, and   will   meet   the   steamei   on  ! return trip     Faie$l,and   2.1 lbs  b.ig-  [gigefiee    The stage   will   c.-i'l for in-  J tending p.issengeit,   jf  word   is   lcft.it  I rierning's stables 01 by  ringing phone  I Xo  H  FREE!    FREE!'  FREE I  The Crystal Mount and Easel.  and   hei   popu'.u   company   will   pay  Revelstoke a Mioit vi^it on   their way  east opening  a   thice   nights   engagement   .S.i tin day,   June   20,    with   the  couiulv (llama succe'-'-   of   this season  " A Iioy.i I Sp\   'with  polite vaudiv ille  Tint- tC.isOifs company  people and   is   considei ed  s Mathea has  uvea h.id l>c-  thc  "-tiongcst   ���������-took com  that has  i icr  visited   tne  west  agement   :ue   2.1, .10  seat-   iu<^ on tale at  fr Hook Go's.  Leaves Revelstoke ' for Boat, Landing  at 0:30 p. m. MoniliivsMnd Tluu'sciays,  meetnm; steaniei* on letuin trip  ZF-AJRIE, $l.QO  25 lbs .baggage liee.  Intending^ passengeis  woidnt Fleininc's fcjl.ilile  phone No.  S  when  the s  tor them.  W. FLIiMING.  bj the UuiiiiciIJiiiic.IJlI  IIKNHY KLOYll,  ,    .(Jilj Clcik.  [si vi 1       ;  mm.  M.  .r. o'u  : i an,  Jl.ij oi.  CICIlTIIi'ICATK OK  NOTICE  IMfUOVICMKNTS.  A 13)law to ournrco llio  removal  (if ll  ccrlain  l.iundr) from Lot Six in lilock iiunilier 11 ue-  corduiK to plan uf a pari of tho Citv of Rovcl-  stoke rugibtcrcd as 1'l.ui Niimbor OJOA.  W1IKREAS, In the ojiiniun of tho AIiiiiiciii.iI  Council of the Corporation of tlio Citj of Ite\i*l->  stoKc the latindo erneted upon Jjot number Six  tu JJlock iiuiiiber'-7 according io it re*;ist('retlr  pliiii   of   u   pari of (he Citj of Kovolsloko and  numbered as Plan li'IG V is a uuis.inco and an  pjosore to tho localitj in which tho said lautidrj  is situated, ' '  And Whoicas the said laundry is, ll. thc(ipui>'  ion of tho s.ud Municipal Council,' dmiKcrous to  the imblic s;tfel.v or health in stud localil j;  Aticl Wlieieasit is in Iho iiitcrc-.ts of the Citj  of IiovelsJoLe lo pass a Ujlavv to enforce the removal of said ikiunilr) from s.ud locality, winch  is a residential district iu the Citj of Revelstoke       , * , f ,  .Thoreforo tho Municipal Council of Iho Cor-'  lioration of thuCih of Iti'vclstoKe enact as follows: r    f .  1. II is lierchj declurt'd that iu the opinion  of the Municipal Council of the Corporation of  tin* City of Rcvelstoko the luundrj erected on  Lot number six in Illock ninnbcr 27, ticcorduijf  to a n-Kislered plan of part of the Cily of Rciol-  stoko and nuuihered us iil.iu kljb.V is a nuisance  and nn ejostiro to such localitv, and tliat, the  said l.iutidr} is tliuiKoruus to the public st'ift-h  mid lii'iillh of such locality, Ih-ihb a residential  local it j iu said Citj of Revelstoke  r 2. The owner, tenant or occupier of llio said  l.uindrj an* and each of tlioni,is hereby ordored  to remove said liiiuidr) from s.utl lot and loc.il-  llv within thirlv davs fiom Ihe liiuil iiassinitof  this llvlavv and from the publie.ilioii oflhcsiiine,  iu a newspaper published iu Ihe Cily of Hovel-"  stoko in one issue llieieor ' , t  II IT (he ownei, leu.Hit in occupier of stud  l.iiiucliv does   nut   within   llio  pound   of   lime  above s������( f���������rMi (lulv    lovetho   said   laundiv  from said lot and   loeitlilj'il   shall   be   lawful  for tho Corporation of the  City   of  lievelsloke  i)j its olhcors sonants or HKCiits   to  entei upon  said lands and premise:,   and   to   remove,   pull  down and c.irrv avvuj (hos.iul ImilduiK or sliuctuie   creeled upon Iho s.ud loir and   used   as  a  lauudrv.and such lemoyal, pulliiiK'-down   and  e iuviiik avvav sliali   be   done   at   the   ccpi-uso   '  and cost or (he owner,   (euaiil   or  oecupiei   of >  such structure in buildini; and I lie expense a nd   *  cost   tlu ieof shall   bo   lecoveiablo against   the  (inner, tenant or  occupier in   like   inaunei   as  Municipal I.im*s. i ',        *  I    If Iheownei, (enanl oroccupiei   .irore-,nidi  (loot not lenitive said huiutlrv fiom s.ud   lot and  localit.v willnii Ihe ahovo named   time   and   allows oi peinuls the s.ud struct mo  oi   hiiilduif,' '<  to be iisi (I foi laundiy   purposus; lie   shall   be-"  dei mod Kiulh or an infiaclion of Ihe.pioi isions  ol lius livliuv and shall hoih.iblc to   (lie   penalities thereof (and lius iu addition lo any olhei  remedv Iho Coiporaliou ni.ii   hate)   and   eierv  dn\ such ovviK r. tenant or occupier  allows  or  pounds the said   stiuctine  oi    building;   to be'  used for   laundiv    pinjm-ca  shall   be   deeiuod  a lepolition of the ofleiu-o ,  1 Anv poison Kiultv ofiiifiaclioiiof iiuv oftlie  piovisions of lius Jijl.tu shall be liable (and (his  in addition loot hot lonu d) I he Coi poial ion may  h.ne) on i'oiimcIion heftiri* the JI ivoi, Policu  M.uisli.ilu oi anv Justice oi .Jiislues ot the  Peace liaiuif;jiiiisdiction, lo be lined in "anv ,  sum not e\cct*diiiK nut* liundnd dollai-^ and  costs Tor e.u h olleuee and iu defiiull orpaviiicut ���������  thereol it shall be lawful for the M.1301, I'oliee '  M.iKislrnlooi Iiislieo oi Juslices or Iho l'oaco  so coin ict int; as afou stud (o issue t wariant  undei his hand and seal to lei-, thusnitl pcnallv ,  and cos|s(,r |ioiially oi costs onlv l)v disliesstind  sale or the pxids and challols of (he ollondcr  or oHi'ikIcis and should (here bono suilicicnl  (listless to saiish thu s.ud iponalt\ and costs  or pcnallv oreosts onh ll shall bo lavvllll Tor  Iho said M.ivor, I'oliee M uiisliaji if? .lust ico or  .lustiees or Ihe Peace so (oiimcIioi; as aTmi'said  In commit Iheollondei <n nuv olloiideis to anj  lock-up in Ihe Cit\ or Retolsloke foi pi nod  nol oxcec'dtni; thu Iv davs   *  Head a first lime June ."illi, I'lO'. ������   '  tie. id a second time June "illi, I'lO I  Ruad a lliud lime and [i.issed Juno "illi,  I'll!  lieconsideied and liniilh passed and adopted  bv the ('<iiiiic.il June lilth, I'Kli  niSNRY PLOM), M   J   O'RRir.N,'  i'     '" Cilv C leil Minor.  |si vi.l -  Corporation of the,City of,Revelstoke  7'    A  .- il  *"1  1IYJ.AW No. ���������  hould leave  oi ling up  age will call  FIREWOOD  Having taken  the firc-  Harbor  over  wood supply of the  Lumber ,Cc.'s mill, orders- left  at the mill, at VV, M. Lawrence  or by ringing up phone No. 8  will have prompt attention.  W. FLEMING.  I'oillnnd Jllnoi,il Chum, i-ilualo in the Arrow  Jj.iko MiniiiK J)i\i<-ion ol   West Kooleiinv District ,  Wheie   loealed , On  Caubou  Ciei k,   about 10  null s doui tho inonlli        ��������� i  TVKi: NOTICi:ihil r, Kennelh L lluiicl, ur  Rossland, (aKenl   I   i   ih.  ,VI    t;    Kin���������-, bpt*-i il  1 ice  Miuei s   Licciise  No   "ilir,, issiiul al Ku^s-  1 uid June Mh, l'.'ilijl ice Jlinoi'sCowil taiu No  JITVjlJ, intoiid, si\|\ da\s horn  (hot., i    uietif,  lo applj lo llioiMiiuii���������'l{ecoidei foi a I t i(.|ic ite  ol liupimciuents Ioi Iho purpose ol  obtaining  a (Jiowti Cirant ui the above claim.  _ \nd   iiulhei   take notico that action, under  Sect nut 17, must bo commenced  heroic the issuance of such CeiLilicaloof Jmprovt incuts  Dated this twentj-lifth daj ol   June, V. ])  WO)  IvKNNETII L   HURNiyp, V  h H  FLOWERING PLANTS  For pots and pl.mting out.  j. "maTey, '  FLORIST AND CJAHDKNISJt, .-  iiiivjiLS't'oiv]-:.  yupplies tlie lollovviug: G.ilitornui  Poppy, TN.isliiitinni. Ahteit., Stocks,  Coleopois, , Laikspur, Cindytnlt, lJe-  tuni.it, J7)i.inl hits, M.uifjolds, Phlox  Duiniinonili, Verbenas Pansn-s, Valuations. ' i c '  Pneetj, 2."ie a do/.en; lai-^ei  (juantilies  at i educed rates..  Pansie.s, O.u nations CJln vs.inlbi inns  '23c to oOc net do/en. v  A iljlavv to enfoice the lcnioviil of a,c(ilain  ' launtli}   riom.J.ot   II in illock luiinbei IS nc-  coiding to a'pliin of a li.ut or the Cilv of Kov-  elstol.e icgisteied us J'liin iiuiiibei ()I|,A..; -  ���������\VIIK11KAS. In tlie opinion of the-Xruiiicip.il  Council ot  lbe Coipoialion of the Cily ol Jtcv    Lot 1  in  li.ttiv  1'iiif- for this tn  and ~A) cents, und  tlie Canada Dintr  Lightning Remedy for Cramps.  Il'il's ii liilituis ul hick, hike C'li.-iinbei--  l.iiu"s Si run,tc-li nnd Liver T.-ililels nnd ii  ipiick i-ectivei-y is  r.-ei-|.:iiii.    For snli* by  illi  ill ll^gist-t.  ffloscrop Bros.  UGGEST*  'LAC17  'n..-e  A COOL i-LAoii  A NICE DRINK  ui'' vvli.it v-fni lind ,,|  the  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  AA  SUDA AND ICE  CREAM PARLOR  J. A. JiJLI,KU A; CO.  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures ^1'! Put In.  In order to introduce to onr patrons-  the latest and best device  permanency and benuty in pbotot;  i-njiliy we will' ofTer a club of 100  coupon*. Kncli member .-ecuring u  coupon vvill receive one of these  beautiful mount? free with each do/en  photographs. Secure your coupons of  agent, as regular prices will be ip'i.00  nnd up including mount nt studio.  W. B. I'i.i-.Mis-fi,   '   15. IT. \)i;.\rox,  I'liotogi-nphcr. Adv'tg. Agent.  Soiik* people have crumps pretty of-  l>"ti, otliers uiily now .-ind again. Hut'  when you do hnve them its ,-i mighty  'piigk i-elii'f von want. l>ol>oii<'.s Xer-  viline ih sis sure us, di-uth Id relieve  ciainps  in five seconds-it'-- iiisUintun-  eoii*'. just, ii few     drops   in    svv Lciii'tl  for-sccnriil"- i wat.'i-iiiid   th-   p.tin 'i������   goin',    liny   u  ������ ��������� liottle of Nerviliiio to-duy and   k"ep it  bandy.    Xervilitie i.s n coininon  hoiisi-  lioM iiei-i's-si'iy sniil only costs i") tents.  Reyelstoke Grows Fast  Wc giovv f.it,li'i, having added  to oui Bakery and ('onlettiotieiy  bu.sines!, full lines ,pt  Groceries and Camp Supplies  Agents lor the  MONSOON  Celebrated  TI'JAS.  POT PLANTS.     ^  Get.iniuuis; 12 v.uietiet.: MusU, Culi.-us,  Double I'eliini.iB, Ileboti ope. Fuchsias  Salvias, Veibena������. i Puces liom 15e up  VEGETABLE  PLANTS.  Celery, li.nly  in.itoes,   Ci uii!  Red C.ibb.ig...  ind  L.ile  Cabb.ige,  To-  lovvei.Mi.nly ,md   L.ite,  I'i ue 2.")t* pei tlu/.en.  Orders by Mail Promptly Attended To  FOR SALE.  Second Street, Revelstoke  The Best Liniment.  "I linvc derived gre.it benefit from  the use of Chiimbeil.iin's P.iin B.ilm  tor rheiimnl.ism nnd luriib.igti," s.iys  Mrs. An nn Ifnge|gnn������, of Tneknlio, "S.  J. "My luisbiiiifi user) p fur n s|)i-,iini.r|  buck find vvms iiNo rpiienly rclievi'd.  In fact, il, is I lie best i.unily liiiiineiit  I have ever used. I would tmt, think  of being vvil.liout, it. i hnve ri-fom-  mended il, In mnny and they nlwiiyo  speak very highly of it, nnd declure its  merits are vvondei ful." For s.-ile by nil  druggists.  vvr>\NTKii-i.-Arnfi'-i;r, i'kiikon to tha v.  el fm well etl-ililHhetl house in ii few t.-oiiiilieu.  c.'illini,' on relitll iiit.rolmiils nnd ukciiIh. Locitl  terrilory. Hii'nry $|(KI n your mill eviii'iiscti.  piiyiililc 5in."ii ,-u w-ffk in cietli iiii'l ccpoie-us iid-  viitir-crl. I'osilion |icnn.merit. IIiisIiiohs hub-  cottful nml riishlnir. I'hioloii: m-ir ml il tested  (iiivuloiiu. Hliindaril Huuwi, III.") CiixIoii ill'l),'.,  UIiIcuko.  FURS.  M. A. SMITH & CO.  Vicloria lionii, Hevelstoke.  June Sale on the London Market  This  Week.  : Co ,  C M Lump-ton i'i Co , I.oudon, Kng.,  cable tbe folluiviiig ',uotiitions for  ,Iuiii'.-:ilc of fun which took place  Tue.-day, \V'etlii<-sd,iy nnd Tliursdiiy of  this week:��������� '  Benvcr, inai-|"ii und fisher same as  J.uiuiu-y  Mink :") per cent lower.  Lynx ,i:*d otter 10 per cent lower  llian M.irch.  Ited, e,i'o>u, silver nnd white fox Hume  us Miu'ch.  Spring iiitiski'iit. i> per cent lower.  Winter miiski.il  10 jiei'cent, lower.  Full nnd sm.-ili nmskral 2() per cunt,  higher than .fiuiunry.  H'olf I ") per cent, lower.  lilnck nnd y,r'v/,/.ly benr 10 per cent,  biowi* bear '20 peiv cent, lower than  March.  J. Guy Barber  JjfTjj JEWELRY  XSJ OfAmONDS  WATCHES  and n  coiii])lctt; line  of the  GCNUINE  n.,,.f/ nm  t. h i'i-!'    //  Hay, Horses,  and Fat Hogs  .Some ).") or 20 tons, of good Timothy  .-ind upland hay, not pressed, at,$15 \iet  ton at. (he bl,:iek.  Fifty fnl. hogs al. (Ie peril). live weight  Twelve or more horses. Some .saddle  horses, und others for general purpose.  Apply lo  A. L. FORTUNE,  UNUKItliy. Ii. c.   "wanted"  ii  plIAMIiKliMAII)    want eil.  \J    to Motel Revelstoke.  Apply  elsloKo llio l.uiiidiv ciLclcit ui������jn um, i),,in  Hlook ntinilioi IS, nt.t.oiiIin!jlo a lOKistoicil plan  of,i imi lot Iho Uilj ol' Rovt'lstoho mul miin  buiul us Plan (illiA, is a niusiuict. unit an oyo-  soio lo tho loculiti invvliioli tho s.ud hiuntliy is  bituulcd;     t , '   ,  And Whuic.is lliosmd lauiultj is, m iho opinion of tho s.ud iMuiiiLip.il ( oiuit.il. (I.tngoioiis to  the public sufoty tu IhmIUi in sin I iuculitj,  And Wheie.is it is in I ho interests of tho Citj0  of Koiolstoko lo ii.iss.1 Jivluvv to cnfoitu llie n.-  niov.il ol! the said  lnumlij   fiom uiitl locality '  vvluoh   is  ,i  ICSIclLllll.il   (llstllcl   in   iho thtv ol  ltOVflstolvL*.  Tlioicfoic llio IVIuincipiil Council of the Coi  potiition ot tho Oily ot; Kov clstolco oniict as lol-  Iovvs- ,  1 It is hoioby dccl.ncd Hint in Iho opinion  ot llio MiiniLipiil Council of tho Coipoi.ition of  tho Citv of JIovclstoke tho liiundiv eioctcd  upon Lot number 1 j in illock iiuinboi- lb, uc  coiding ton icffistcitd plan ot pmtol the City  or llov olsloUo and n u mbci tit us t'lan (i diA, is a  ntiisaiiLO und nn cvcsoio Io such localitj,and  lli.it. the* said Jaiindtj i , (liiii(,'cioiis to the Diil.lic  salctj mid ht'ullh of sulIi locility, bcinic a iusi  ilcntial localitj in s.ml Citj of Uoielslulvc*.  '1 'I ho ownui, Icnunt oi occupioi of tlio said  l.iuntliy itic and each of I hem is lioichy oidcitil  to ion.ovo said liuindi j fiom said lot iiiidlot.il-  it.v within Unity dnjs liom tho limit passing uf  this IIjl.lM and flOln the publit.ition of Iho  s.uno iu il iiovvspiipci published in the Citvof  llov elstohe iu one Hsiio theieof.  II If tho ownei,* leniint oi oecupiei of the  said laundiy dues not iwlhtn tho peuod of time  .ibovosct loilh duly leinove the haliriauniliy  11oni said lot and loculilv, il shall be lawful foi  Ihe Coipoi.ition of the City ot Uovelsloko bj >ts  olllceis. seivants orngrnU to entei iijioii "siuil  lauds and pituuses tuitl lo icinovi', pull down  iunl Limy inv ay the said buildinu' oi stiiictuiL  eiectLtl upon the b.uil lot and tistri as a lauiiiliy,  und siiLli icinoMil. iiulliiig down and tanjing  away shall bo done at the expense and losi oi  (heovvnei, fenantot otcupiLi ol sulIi striiLiiiiL*  ot building, and the o\|iensu and Lost tlicicol  shall he lc'Lovoiablt* ngauist Iho ownei tenant  oroccii|)iei in like nuinnoi as Jltinieipiil  Iiikos.  1. If theovvuci, tunniitorocLiipiLi afoies.utl  (Iols not lt'inovc b,utl l.uiudi j liom saitl lot mitt  lotalilj within the above naiiicd time and  allow soi pei nuts tlie said sliuttiueor building  to be usLtl lot I'liindiy pin poses, he shall bo  (loLintd K'ullj of an in 11 action of the piov isions  of this lijlau und shall be liable lo the puinil  tics theieof (and this in ailtlition to any othei  ieintdj tlit Coipoiation maj hiiii)iiiitl ovcij  da) such ownei-, tenanl oi ueoiipiei allovisoi  PLiinits tlie said stiiiLliue oi buildiiiij to bb  Used foi hiuntliy puiposcs shall bo deemed n  icpcfilioti of Llie ollencc.  ', Any poison guilty of nil iiitiaelion of any'  of the piovinionsof this Jljlaw shall be liable  (nnd this in adtlition to anj other loincdy the  Coijioiation mnj h.ne) on conviction bofoie  (lie Aliiyor, I'oheo Magistrate or any .lustiec or  .Iiintiee.s of the t'caee liiiving .iui-isilietlou, lo bo  lined iu any sum not exceeding one hundred  dollars and costs for eucli oU'eiicc, antl in default of piiyincnt Lhereof it shall Jbe liivvful for .  the Mayor, I'oliee Magistrate, Justice or. lustiees of t he Ponce so eon vioting u.s aforesaid to  issue ti vviii'i-iiuf undei- his hand and seal to levy  the snitl penally and costs or penalty or costs  only by distress and sale of tho goods antl chattels of the oH'ciider or oU'endors, and nliould  there be no stillloicnt distress losatisfy tho ciiitl  penally and costs or penalty or costs only, it..  shall be liivvful for the said Mayor, Police  Magistrate or Justice or .lustiees of llio J'eaco  so convicting as aforesaid lo commit the^offender or oU'endors  Kevclsloko Iuimiii  days.  Head a first time Jiiiiu jth, I'M'J.  lluud a second time Juno .)Lh, 1II01I.  Head a third time mul iius^cd June .'ith, lUOX  Kc-cunsiilered and llnally passed and adopted  by the Council June loth, 1OT.  HKNRV l''l,OYO, M? J. O'Jillli'JN,  City Clerk. Mayor.  |si:ai,|  ' '    '���������- s   ' S  fa  <��������� 'fa ' J'  ,' fa  fa   <���������.  fa  fa  fa    ]  fa  fa  fa  fa  '    fafarft.  i  n   n  t   .k.u. v.o,.l>>    bU      V.U...'...^   Um   Ulieil*  rs lo any lock-up in the City of  any period not exceeding thirty  Rogers Bros/9  Knives, Forks,  Spoons, etc,  H\t ���������* cnpjdilly ovfiniinc'fl nurl  prfi|icrly fitted U> Hichcst jfnidu  nf xlilacs ^ f~~^i   r-,���������c Crx)  "],lXIMiRIIii\CI*;D OAULMiNTJilRS  J J and finiiiers wanted on mill work  nl, Arrowhead. Address W. 0. Lud-  gale, Arrowhead, Ii. C.  WANT TO .SI'XL-Twoof lliu best  hotel iiivi'sliiieiils in Jvootenay.  For jinrliculars apply lo Kootenay  Muil ollicc, Keveh-toke.  I' i.sh Creek  cnay Mni  \ST   TO    SIOLr,-. Intel e.sts     in  gold-lieuiing mineral   claiius on  Apply to olTici-  of  ICoot,-  \\7AXTKI)  \\      (piiring  KNOWX-Iiarber re-  piiring lir.st class opening to  slart business can learn of one by up  plying at Kootenay Mail oflice.  A. E. BENNISON  Baker and Confectioner  has opened his nuvv bakery on  jMc-ICeii/.ii' avenue ,-uid trusts  that his past, experience iu the  city will merit ji fair share of  public patronage.  A FULI7 LINE OF  CAKES and CONFECTIONERY  Hooie-Made Bread a Specialty

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