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Vol. 4.���No. 9.
REVELSTOKE. WEST KOOTENAY,  B.C., JUXB, J 9. ' J Sir,
$2.00 a Year.
NEWS OF THE CAMPS.
A BUDGET OF INTERESTING ITEMS
FROM SURROUNDING TOWNS.
Engineer Cary in the Field at Galena
Bay���Horne-Payne Trail from
Broadview to Concentrator���News
of Trout Lake, Lardeau and Burton
, finlona Bay ha*- been pretty busy foi
sonic days past. First came the fele-
^caph liners who strung two wire*,
fiom Arrowhead going *-i>iith. Next
followed a gang of choppers lo dc.ii
10,-icios of Rosenheim town<-ite which,
with llie 10 ah>*ady denied, will make
a good showing; this c-miti-.u-t- has heen
taken liv H. Cos-s.-ir, of  Hall's Landing.
,To-day Goiiello'-tug and scows landed
ueaigoof hordes which, with a largo
force of men, will he used in inking
out timber here whei e ��� iiey have limits
containing million*, of feet.   ���>
The surveyors' gang h.is passed
through here surveying a' line fiom
L.irde.-nt Ihiongh the pass opposite
Whiskev Point lo the Big Falls in
Galena Bay. Mr. C.uy, O.K., is in
chtuge. '���
Tt isininorod th.il t.he  lots in Rosen-1-
i
heim will shoitly he put on the market
at a reasonable.' figure, and applications
aie aheady on file.
The Hotel Rosenheim is to he 1 cady
for opening on tbe iii--t. <>( July.
A goud landing place is much needed'
for huge boats and -tenners to'dis.
charge at.
G. Ole'son, Sam Hill and anothei
p.u ty have gone to do assessment on
their gold be.u ing properties. ,
From Trout Lake City.
pellow Harvey. .M.I-L, of Vancouver,
i-in to.Mi. il'-..\\ill examine scvei.il
claims bunded by Vancouver parties
List winter.
F. McCarty b.isgoi down to business,
a second lot of cattle came in Saturday.'
lie is doing a  good   business and  do-
, M'i vo.- il for his enterpi ise.   ,
V. B. lliiine ca me iii Thursday, litis well pleased villi hu-iness pio-p'-d-.
.n>d will liuiid. rt t'A3xl'A ft. .iu\-iilioiT"i��'.
hi- -tore. '
���Tlie 1 Inrnc-Pa.vne people will build a
trail lion-, the Broadvie.vv down to the
Noith Fork. ,-!iout two mil"s above
Pel sin-on, to the site ol'the oon'oon-
trator tliat is to be built. Uii- miiiuiici.
Vi. L. Kinman is through with the
Noith Foi'k trail. He has (hanged it
.fiom one of the woist to one of the
bcsi trail- in the di-t rh I.
On 1 mn" 12th the lir-t whistle ever
heard on TiruCl.ake was blown bv ti e
suifaee almost, some very fine tie-
This iind is one of the best made in the
disti ii-L.
The new ti.iil up Pool Greek which
is being cut by the government and
claim ow nets will in.ike tlio distance
to the claims a mile -Junior than the-
old one. . ��    '
The men who will lini-h Boyd Creek
trail went up Sal m day' morning and
commenced work. The (tail will Jie
pu(. through lo life Glengarry.
Tl.ie Black Bear is being worked hy
Messr-. Gibli- and party and is opening
up a 11 einondous body of fair oie.
J. Vi. Bo-s started up Tuesday with
a pack train to the HimlerandTiapper
clainis and intends to stay light there
for the summer so as Io thoroughly'
develop them. He will put in a heap
of woi"k and ,i- getting everything in
shape lor doing it.
Sibbald is in to open up the 'Clon-
gairy. , Aceuiding to agreements a
largo sum has In he spent in development on the claim tliis year. When
the 11.-iii is finished tliis work will
llCirJll. ^  ���____^J���_J.
Mr. Sut hoi laud fiom Frisco isiii.Kjbi.i_.
("reek   looking   over    souk*   properties
with'a view Lo putt basing.
Cory Meiihenick has got in 10 horses
and expects lo keep (hem pietty hu-y
packing up Fi-h Clock., Already theie
is consiih ralile business ahead for
them. ���
A" very large number of prospectors
aie in the division and records aie
being made evei y day. During , May,
an eaily month loo, G."5 i fiords weie
in.i.lt*.
I
Bui laid, Sum ner and Ritchie hi ought
in some lovely s- | ocimenscjroin the
gr.inile bell on Fish Cieek. Theyiar-
ried con-ider.ible coppi r. >
* _ ~   7=-���rr-
FIVE MEN  ENTOMBED,
A TUNNEL COLLAPSES NEAR LAURIE
WITH FATAL RESULTS.
Witnesses at Inquest Explain How the
Catastrophe   Occurred���Coroner's
,'  Jury,Out All Night-The Verdict
���Four Bodies Buried Here0
sawmill,   starting  up  on
Burton City Budget'
Pi ospeetoi-s are now coming in from
a'il paits of the province." Theie .tie
about lot) men in the, mountain- now.
Ci pi In lists who have visited the 11, inns
seem satisfied wiih lie'outlook. t
Josl Dm ham has made .1 1 ii h find on
headwater-,.if Mai donald Cieek, which
will l>c thoroughly piospccted 'this
summer.
' Wiiil. 011 the S.her Queen is pro-
gi e���ing i.ipidly. Theie 1-every indi-
.c-_.ition ot lids, mine bet oming a gi e.il.
div ideiid pa v er. ��   ,     v
Messi'-. M.icdoliaM and T.ts-er have
iilst fiui-hcd ris-es-inent woi k 1111 llir-ir
clainisonOo.il ('.reek canyon, and .11 e
well pleased  with the show ing.     ���>
(! C. Wondhouse, and V. M. Wells,
ol'the Kamloop? Milling.ind Deveiop-
ineiit Co, and Sin v eyor Kiik ol llo-s-
1.ind, lelt heieon Wedne-da v for I he
Millie M.u k group.- This group will be
sui v ev ed al oik e aft-T v. Inch ihey will
pioceed with development.
The Bui Ion Townsite   Co. are   build-
trial���run:   JLLtLiL 'j'iL-'0  I'onnect    Carp 00  deck
some linibeis weie cut tor use on the
foundalion. w hen t his i-done the mill
will -ettle down to hiisiue-s on outside
older-.
At lust (here is a lively-niovemenl in
freight anil lonur del.ivd goods aie
beginning to arrive. Six four-horse
team-came in Mondav, thief out (it-
are on lhe'io:id now.ind two moie ,-ne
expected he-ides iuo teams I'm the
1 lorne-Payue Co.
T: L7 llaig. (he encigetic agent of
(hi* Trout Lake site, paid us a shun
visit: he was accompanied bv .John
Ahtahain-on. They aie well pleased
with the outlook ami. decided on
extensive improvements in the way of
opening up the stteets. etc.
J.lines Black, llie well-known hotel
man of Xcvv Denver, wa-in town   thi
ll.til w il li Snow Creek.
What is the Matter ?
.Many i onflicl ing repents an' in tir-
culalion this week conu-ining ihe
Orphan Boy < ase. It was ih-t -- i ri t ���*(!
that the legal pi o( ceding-taken liylhe
c iimnil tee for the sh.u (-holder- lo upset Ihe s.ile had been vv il lnb a vv 11, but
this was denied by the Vancouver
World. The law j or representing .]'.
\V. IJaskiiis' next iuf'oims Ihe Sr.as-
A(li;rrli-i;r that Ihe action by a-hare-
holder lo sr'i aside Ihe sale ha-'been
dropped, and, to the same pa|.ei, a
shareholder st.red lh<it the action had
been (h-conl hilled 011 account ot pi-i -
ccodings being stalled on another line.
Theolherline, it ishelieved, i-inv stig -
tion   by  the    provincial   govornno-nt's
.......   ^.    ......     ._       ,           -  .   .lull,, ,.  ti-_ .1^..   ...  i.'.i  .��..  .my    ihi.il   .uillii    11
week      He was <,,   stioiclv   imniessed I ''HV dop neni.   but   Ihe aclu.-i! lads r .,,, ,..,.,1     We-uuiod ili^fi.is,  Icinel .ui..t
.1    il   "r    I                               '   'r-            I" .1         Tl       I   >'���"���'���  '��>��   ���'""'���   l'""^ I'MI-IUMl. i  '��-'"��� U,ok <l ,, allk ll, p,l.  Illldul' Ull'slOIK- io
with the flit lire possibilities ol the city ' ' ���' '" ,-' -���--��� '-" '   '	
(hat he invested iu -ix lot-, taking au
option on I hree more; he vv ill build .is
soon as lumber cap be hail. He s.-iv-
Trout I.ake'has all lbe eai' mat ks of a
good permanent town.
Robert Jamil���on,   M. 10., is   in   town
repr tiling   a   strong   -vnilicale    of
Montreal and Scotch capitalists. 01-
gani/.i'd to develop the Queen of t he
Hills group east of t.he Silver (hip.
They w ill build ;i trail down lo ll.e
lake, a di-tance of about four miles.
Should the development justify, a
t.i'.imvvav will take the place of tbe
trail. Mr. Jainie-on is accompanied
by his wife and will make Trout Lake
his home lot the suinniei at least.
The chief points of attraction for
prospeclore arc the sooth side of the
lake from the (J lac ier ilow n to Ten (lei -
foot and Canyon Creeks. Some good
finds have been made on Tendei foot
running well iu gold. 'On the not th
side oi" the hike .John Slaiiher has
located some claims 1 iinnuig high iu
silver aud copper. Bel ween the
Oipli.m Boy Summit and   the   head   of
I he So.n h Fork, While, who located a
cl.iim in  that    vicinity,   is  icpoiled   to
II ive sold   it    lo   Alliei ic.ui   pal lies   lor
It is con-id"i e.l by some of the -I1.11 e-
holdeis in Rev el-toke a great mi-take
for lln-  Vancouver cominittee,   01 the
One of the most awful calastrophies
occtit ring on the main line of the 0. P.
R. for many yea is, happened Tuo-'day
afternoon at the cistern end of the
rock tunnel about two miles cist, of
Illecillewaet. Alex. McGregor, bridge
foreman, war engaged in repairing the
tunnel and it-placing timbers with a
crew of 10 men when .1 large section of
it collapsed burying six, of the men.
Fivii were ;killed ciiitiight and one
e-caped with slight injiny. McGregor
too had .1! uai low squcik foi; life as In*
was just getting out of'/the tunnel
when it fell, and so near was he to-,the
.mass that he picked out one of'the
men.
A correspondent, of the Maij., visited
the place and interviewed numerous
witnesses. He knew some of tht; men
well anel took'much tumble in getting
up the facts. He icp.ut- (hat a distance of about^.'SO feet collapsed and
that the dirt at the fate of the tunnel
was piled about T2 feet deep vvhile the
a vei age depth over the part that fell
in was piobablv (i feet.    ���
Supt. Duchesiiay at once visited the
scene of accident and a large 'number
of willing hands- commenced to dig
out tli" bodies. One was quickly recovered but t he last'was not got till
the next morning after daylight.
Tin-ecu oner and several othei doctois
(in case of need) weie summoned and
Tha Inquest
was held at Illecillewaet on 'Wednesday. J. D. Graham, gold commissioner,
watched the proceedings lor I he Crown,
and A. G. M. Sjiiagge lepiesented the
C. P. R. The parlicul.us of the fatality
as hi ought out at (he inquest, .lie as
follows :���
ALi:xAxbi.it JlcGiiiicjon
ImiiiK ilul.v -uuiii s.ud : I .1111 ,1 bricl^u loroiii.in
1:1 tliC cinjiioy 01 tlii: C., .It. To. I vi.is vvcikiii^
.ll tllU Lllll U! till! took tlillllL'l jiisl, west 01
. Ljui-ie '^"-.is 111 c-li.uvjc of lln; ii.ulv ci'iiiloy.*.',
i'L'])>iii-iii!$ U;i. tiuiiiLl I -Mildl on tne imi, mii^
01 tin; l.Jtli i'l .Ituie, l-i!)7. lo t.u^u f'i>,\n .1 Ix-nl
.uul lClil.i^'J it. vviL'i.inuvv out'. A flu- I took oui
tliu be 111. tilound 1 could not ^rcl n now oim in.
llmi-cj IjL'iim tnu iiiiilIi lock uii top tailing (lown.
A-N'ci. ^ V..1-, noail.v diiu I jil.inl.od acio-s (lie
top of tliiTo l.oiit- .ind convillod llie iiic-11 and
bri.il iL would licit Ik s,itc"lo put 1 Iio bum 111
WllllUUt i iklllg llfl iSUIIIU Ol I'.IO Oil! th on lop.
Tlio nun .iiiue.l. ii.i.l I -via I Lien Ioi- lools.tnil
tni-ii wonl on Lop taking oil the 1 .iiiii.m.l lock-,
vv c-vvoiu about idiii loot cm llio l.icc. 1 tlirn
went clow 11 In low 10-'jo Iriu il was look.i>k ..ml
wink: llirio tlio nun took .1 iil.mi: to loll ,1 b Mil-
dor civ ci clo.ir oil llio 1001 'I'lioy were lolling
tlio i-u^l; vvliun Lao sliccl sucniLil .ill :il oinuto''
i;iv.'Wi}. I'l.i'inol -ay now il b.ippi'iicd .i-I
\.,i-Kcltiny: out o! llio liuiiicl Wli'uii I lien
tlio i-i-.isli I Hu in il lOinid -iiw .1 ln.'n li.'d lalkii
llii'iiu^b and I pulled luni out.
To Mr. spi. 114^1 - I !',ive uoikod'l vo.ii's tor
tlio I'Oiiip.snv al this-ml of woi'k, and in other
place-tor iiliouUl joiii-s. IIi.ivo bleu liiuiii.ui
.1I1011I  US iiioiitl.s. . .   1
Tol'ic J ai;. ��� Tlio stone w.i^ l.vmtt on llio
pliinknicC 01 the iunl. I pul tin- pi tnlv- 011 Ihe
nice otlnc hem- 10 koi-p iji'avel from i<illiii|j;
ihrouyn. Homo of the tiiiibi:.-- vvoi-o sound .uul
olhci-rottdi. 1 v\.i�� at I'.iu c-ciili'o 01 tlio root
wit li I he o\c.tv.11:011 and was about 1 tool on
the lace
'!V> .Mr. Spr.icjyo. 1 h.i,v c bucn (> .v c.i> - at tlu-
kind ui woik. I'lio me 11 wcic willing to do 11
and I in.ui itncl :L 10 tlio be-l ol my -Uill and
ludionciil Mi. Kilpaliitk sent mo lo uiiow
the- ca-I iiptn-oac-li 10 llio liinnol .ind tlio vv01k
wa-lctl to i-ie u do t^vv.ts to pin 111 lUlmni-
VV lti.os-, ldciililicil tho live1 dead men.
Dr.. A  Si-1 ii;:iii..\N i>, *
of Laurio. swooi, -aid lie lound uMein.il indic.i.-
lion- ul wound- and br.i.s.'-!, and in all ci-os ho
though! dc.ilh lcsultid 'li-oin siillot.dion and
wound- or cither ono.
Syvi:ui' Oi.si.n,
sworn, -aid ho w-.n uo.kin< vvllli .Mcdrcgor'-
ircvv wlicii llio accidonl Oiciuicd, I .uicrtJuo.
Kimbji-Iey vvuic woikaig below while the,io-t
weie above-hovelling lo liKlaoii Iheuciwhl on
the liiiib"!' wine. w.i-> too lolton to c.uij the
wei^fi.t ol tlio daL. VV hen wo jji.t llnoui,-'li wo
went oil top m .1--.-1 tho olhcr-. When lU'WiL
there it looked piclty i-im ky, but .i-weueie
oidered to do it ive liuuu;hl 11 had lohodone.
Wlion wcpit uplho.ilher- were on llie tinil.er-
,ind we helped lo loll oil one stone which urnl
ther
  hit
lbe weight -n lli.it ll would mil fall between the
l.ikm out noihniK tell down. In my opinion
110 olliei method could hive men adopted bc-
i.uiso ihci e wa, not muni enough to ],ut 111 .1
new bint bel oie r< nun iii0- llio old one. ()i\
account ol tho siiuee/iiiff ou end vva.v-mid weie
out of plumb.
.1. 1). Cv.Mi'iiia.i.
(lulv sworn si.nod lie was .1 IuhIj^c (arpi'titeland wa- wot-king- *vith MeCir(Kor vvlicn llio ac-
udenl happened. He -aid, 1 was '-hovi'llitii-;
mil. oil the lop ol llie oul-ide, the roe-k via-well
up and some dirt undei it; theio was ,1 -mall
iiolc and we tiled to put the cud of lln* plunk
under without (IM urliinj-; it, our in I cut 1011   vvii-
10 loll it oil ilic-hi'd HlldfTftliifi.    The sloiiCj v\as
011 llio plank, they nave it half a I'lui and al
lli.it lime- the Ibiiif,' collap-ed. The weight of
llie dnI on top and the weakness of llie limber
caused the collapse. I went, down wild tlie
dm.ind lock bin was not eoierod over 1.111I
e-i aped witli -onio -light, iniuric-s. I did not
-11* llio others when I wa-falling.
I'o tlio Jury: I v\,i-winking in tlie liiniiel in
llie forenoon���the limbers taken weie mid-
dlin'fe���wo tint 111 ono bent nnd plumb post nnd
cap of another-iu the 11101 nine; il did not look
sale and decided to lighten il. I was trying to
loll the rock when lh>* I lung ( ollapscd.
'lo Spiagge: MiCiirgor 11 ml otlr-ol.'cs decided
it has' best to lighten llie ceiling. Our idea
was to keep track ele.u- and delay no trains.
The top was hull stripped -the way .Metiiegor
did the woik contoiitid inc.
Unoudi. KiMni:i{i.i:y
being sworn said he had been woiking with
Mctiregor'sclow .ind saw the iicoiocnl jestei-
duy afternoon. lie continued bis .story: ] wits
on Ioi) and did not fall with the mass. I consider
the pro-sine was too heavy lor,the timbers n-
wo had one beul out. I bel]ied to gel out :i large
stone which us we llioughl 11 toohoavyfor Iho
plunking we gol a new plank to roll it on; we
were in the net of rolling the plank when the
struct 1110 oaved 111 nnd nil wcnidown togelher.
To tho Jin,v: I was si,Hiding ou the end of
the plunk���llio stone was a good size for two
men lo roll.1 Ki-oui above theio vias no sign of
U ffdling 111 1 c.inuot. s,iv wlielhcr il was on
the vacant bent or not. McGicgor said it was,
not safe lo work in ihe tiinuol but s iid wo had
butler get on top and Lake some of the heft oil
it. \\'i* worked tioin edge to ecmre���one'post
slipped oil'110111 the plate. Some ot thelinibei-
w ere rot ten. 1 have worked on bridges tor two
seasons but.did not woik in tunnels. JlcCiregor
in my opinion to A the only possiblo'iiay to do
the work and is not to blame.
ToSpiaggo: 1 could not s.ij nuinbsr of bonis
beard him -peak of SI bents���it, was noros-ary to
keep Ihe lino open���the only other way would
be b.v blocking the load. -McGregor talked'it
ov or and we agreed. J cannot -ay whether it
was rot ten. { '     '
Thom vs ICn.l'.vmioK
being duly sworn -(tiled .is follows: 1 am
bridge in-peetor for the V,. 1'. It. Co. with heud-
ciuailers.it, Donald; ,I have working for me a
bridge foreman named McGregor; 1 had recent-
lj sit Inni to work renewing sonio bents in Ihe
runnel 111-t w.c-t of baurie that was -hewing
sign- ol eiusliing. 1 was not piesent w hen the
woik wa-being done. It is the practice of renewing umber in the tunnel- and alio wing
trallic lo goon. 'When I gave huu the order to
do the work I did not think it p.trtioul.irlv
liai'.irdous to undertake tin- work. 1 think hi-
mei hod of doing the work was mo-t practical,
(don't think, considering all things, that lie
could have done belter
JUBILEE CELEBRATION
AT REVELSTOKE NEXT TUESDAY
TO BE SECOND TO NONE.'
Special Programme of Athletic Sports
���Bicycle and Horse Races���Base-
Ball and Tug of War���Promenade
Concert and Fireworks in Evening.
It. appeared as if Kevelsldkc; would
do notliinu; to eelebrnte (lie Queen'.-;
Diamond Jubilee but tin* spirit was
I beiu and willitit; .-ill tlie time and tlie
moment it was taken in baud tbe
money Unwed in like water. Tbe
result is how tliat. Revel-toke will on
Tuesday, June 22nd, eelebrate Her
Majesty's Record Rei^n in a style unequalled any when* in Kootenay, and a
Idrye crowd of visitors aie already
expected. ' .'
The pio<;i-aiiiiiK* for tbe'day will open,
witb a baseball match���Gold Hills' vs*.
G. P. K.���in the forenoon, anil tliis *>vi)I
rbe followed after lunch by .1 splendid
list of athletic spoi (s events with good
pi i/.e.s attached. The bicycle races will
follow and thou* will be no loss than
ton of these interestiiifjr; contests, six nf
them bein^ open to all coiners. Some'
keen struggles are. 'expected in the
cycle races and considerable, rivalry
already exists. The. horse races will
also be of unusual   interest and 'urrood
;i
prizes are attached to all the events.
In the evening about S:9() or 9 p.m. a
giand promenade concert, vvill be held
on the'baseball ground where the band
will discourse sweet music and the St.
George's Society give their splendid
pyiotefliiiic display.
There \vi 11 be a lirst-class refreshment booth at the giminds all day and
the principle   prevailing   in  the  days
t
Totho.lur.v: Q. Was thereuny wor-o port ion. | programme is the   gieatcst.  enjoyuieii
Ans. 1 do not think so.    1 hat part had not been | 7 ,
repaired sinie loii-tiuction and w.1- put up in I to t ho greatest number.
fii.ll ot ISV>'  The repahs  111   mud   Omnel   was |  ��_	
repaired  without .ucident���1  think it 1-   the j
n.'itui..ibAnk-1'.mbe'.sin .1 tunnel last nine!.      ���'    Local and Personal,Briefs.
longer than  those   e\po-e\l -I   ln-triieted   .Me-
Givi?or to be c.xruiul and u-e every iirceaution.
To Spi-.i^ifc: I examined tunnel last Thuis-
da.v with . 1 ton 11 anil -aw lh.it sonio rep.ui--
we'10 necc���arv, a- -oui j umbet-s wereerushin^.
and 1 otdercd llie ]i.i:'ly u the work. 1 o\ani-
ined tho tunboi-s and I considui- that they  were
Charlie Dont is getting along nicely.
Jim Dixon is into Trout Lake, again
from   Vancouver.
saleas the lacloi is on the side nl  satctj which I       ���. 1,., ���   1-1  .... ��� ... .'       .,��� 1      1
istlto I it lbe nmoer used  be c-ood.   Tl.o foie- rtJl!5-    Coursier    vvas   out   yesterday
man. 1 think, did evei'Mlnnj,' he possililj could. [ aft(*l a Week's illnc*sa. '
31) opinion is lh.ii the gradual shitlnirf ot  the \ _. '
cr.'.lti mn\ uif.r out and tne other muv mir down
(���would have a Und.ii^y to change  the lurin  of ,    . ,. .       ,    ,
Ihc.u-c'i S'liipo-.tin^ihet'.uinel.l'ierc'bvwiiiken- ' p-ick is well lieelecl
ini; the structure.   1 d.d  not (uul an)   .-> con
The piospcotor 'with   butter  in   his
bent--. ICnnheilo) and me had the weight ol
llio rock and two or three otheis triid to toll 11.
Kir-t. one man tried to roll it,mil could not, and
two others jumped in tn help him. Tlie) ��ol il
. ,    ,, , , , .(bout half a twin over whin 11 slip'p.d  between
shai i-holder Who   entered   suit   todiop  , ibe ineii. who couldn't hold  it     The  mck  -lip-
1 Im iii./w.,,,���linii-. lit ii i^iini. il.,1 iln.e ped betwei n Ibe beul-and as soon a-11 droppi d
tlie pi(K eedlligs (it  it  is tin,.   II,.,1    thev   1 {,,^ %^ l,olo IliliiK collJi j.-t-.l.    |,li,l mm   lalltliin-
have)   to   set    aside the    -ale.    Thel '��� 1 ui?h but lound 111) sen some distance uwa).
,       ,,            , ,       .,        .      .       .. ,     i'o the Coronei:   A Her No. ��� tiain  went by a
seems,    (o   them,   to be   the    be-l   "i ' p���.| laved in because it coulil not bold ihedirl.
ground for believing that   thi- action ! vv hen wt ���'oi the bciiLoiiulie i)o-i kept-lipuiuK
,,    , 1 out through pre���me I10111 utiovc and 1,11 shori-
vvoubl    have   been    suece-slul    and    it  ] I) aflcr llio Irani p.is-i d  lluou^ii.    I meant b)
. I,.., .1,1 ..1   i���,.^i    1,,,,, 1 .,���.,.   1,,,,,,,,I,, 1 , I "loiky' thai 111111 c; - looked  n,,.  weak and un-
slioillil.it   least    liave Iieen   In ought t ,1 I .-l|ti l(ll, .,,11-we had 10 doom- bu-t.
trial.     If  eviil'Miee   of   fiaud    w,,-   di��� I     To llus.lui):   The wi-if-hl  , i-ii-licl down Iho
,     , 111 1 1 lio-l and it via-bioken intwoand wiisrollcn. A
covered   (he   mallei   could   then    ha ve    HLW bent wa- pul 111 ibed.o bilore and we look
been taken  up  and   prosecuted   bv the    out.1noihe11h.il uii.ii.uik whh 1.  h.,,1 not h, en
1 ' ��� 1epl.11 ed ul the tiluc 01 the in e.ib nl.    theioek
(.Jrovvti.      The    -hai eholder-    hole,    or    slijiped inuii lbe new   beul line ���iiltIi  ihe plai e
.... '     .    ,       .-..ii        .1      1 where the bent  wa-  taken  oui.    We  look oill
same   ol    lll.'lil.      1 iterv lew e.l    by    I he  | , 1, - ���{,-<! bi nl ir���m the- end  und   the bioken post
MAIL, e.xpies- di-nppomluiont  at |.-av- ' wa-111 the ith bent 11 oui llie  end,   MiUriuor
, , . . , , , I was-c-vcral time-011  the si.i^in^'.   Nobodvie-
ing I be (iiiashiiig action go bv and hope I fused topi to wo.k.    1   did   uul   think   it sale
tl  I-  mil  f,.i  I,,-. 1 ,t,, 1.,,. il..  V ,,,,..,,,' I" in the lirst (l.i)'l st iilcd.    1 nev, r workid iu
It is not jet ten late ioi- t Ik- \ a uvei  j ��� umllti ,,n w���|, .m,.   M^'ie^or in  the mud
Committee to reconsider  the sit nation. ' tunn-l this-pr.nic.
 _^. 1     To Mr. .spi,,m;e:    I v.oikcM iu -imiliir work in
!  the mud luniK 1.    (In   taking oui  cm h   bent   it
A Mnn of Nnrtli   Knnrpnav 1 -uncc/ni _'ui ri'inhi-.   We used a -t.1) mtho
A  1,1.41 Ul   lNOttti    MJUieiMj. ,,,,',,,11111.1111.    I he.ud lbc()iieslic,n about   -tnp-
  I jiiiilt the loji   di-ea-scd   .11  and   bclore diimei-
1 he long-expected map of Xoith lime. '1 In ie wa- oui) three oi 11--Kimbci lev.
Kooteuav, compiled bv Pei 1 v Leake ' -Mclir. l-'oi and in.vscli. I knew 7 bcnls were to
\1   I,'     ..,,',1   , .���.., ..1 ���l    I-,..   .1      -i>.       ��� 1:0 ai. but woi,Id not -wear.    I knew  thi) were
.. ,"��� ""' ,S "( ', * ""' !,,,V"K��' neii���.i). Afl.-i'vvcKMl out ih.) -,, ond Iunl il
l-'lllillsliiug ( o., has heen leceived. 11 ' \.-,is ihom;hl b -l lo-ii-i|i it. Il it , avc-d in it
I-a mosl ( 11 dil,1 lile map. ,-v in< iii->- a * would -top ii ilh' . v\hu h wc wi-hed to avoid,
good (leal ol ci,,. in compilation ...-The | The la'.^im,'w.i, lheie till 11 tell oui a- it was
^   ,     , .. '        ���,. loltin.    It was din 111 in and fi,1111 Ihe 1st to the
detail, an- pl'i-tlv ace urate. 1 ho v\ .Her |.,,i [���.,��� ���,W!1]i , iKln. 'llieie was a tool, bc-
sv'-ti'm uf the district 1- well -hewn | 1 wc, 11 b, lit- Wc were (i)mif lo put I lie 1�� ills
and lln   Ine al 10:1 of   tin-  mineral claims ' m plumb    .Mo-loi i'k winjht was on the new
I  :,.    , |...    ,i;n ,     _...,:,,,,.     ii,.,,,.,i,      c ' ''Ciil ni.d it -l.ppol   bitwcin   llie  bents.    Hist-
I   III    Ibe    (Illleieiil      -,ell,ill-,    lh.ui.jh   of     lilKt. |��� Lw, c n tne b( m-   w.i,   aboiilj  J   It. s in.
api OMiiiatel v.      (leailv | '| wo men ioul.1 have lilted the  -ton,,    il   look
Jjilo.tlllil,  I en pel   (-('III ca-ll.
.;������'.��� "a. ���������:���������-���. j-'-      ���
i .Doins's Aroiiiid L.lrdeau.
placed tu pi i-ii 1.1:1.    The IJ" ir lieud. II
time  to 10I1 n .mil   ii    w.i-   about   -J II.  I! in. in
cillevvael.    l.aideau.   Trout     Lake,   and ! Icn^lh     I think the .-oine shppi..gba. k v.aslhc
.,,      .   ,, ,      ��� '-   "   ���,"" '     eaiis(rof  the iicoidcnl.-caused > by  the jiiiniiK
Alliert   ( imyon camps   are   all   i-overod j  when the >'t.<iire fell.   Tho plunkiiiK was Kpiked
an.d il is all ogel hi-r a map   well   worth ; .from bent lo bent and acted 11s ii Isiay and  kept
,'ll;.e ��� pi ice-   $i.     I'lvei'V   business   hiuise 7.(lii-i from fail'uiK on ilm. piiAsciujcr tritiii., .The
--:'-. ��� 1 1    ...       . 1..... 1 1. ,.' ..     ... 1   :.,      -ii i.tuiinel was ceiled under where we took out the
The disfoverv up Pool Creek recent Iv    ',' '" '""  '   ,   ""''   h;,v''��� "lu' il!"1.,";   " ,n I bents-by MeCfreKor's k'hii-. the weight of the
, -   1      ,, ' ,   ..       ���''..   ��� ."   1    .   '    I  00 tuvi.ilu.'ilile to pi-n-pectors and inves- ! rock fulling oil the jihu>l:.siimiki a hole IbroiiKli
made by Harney and   Downing is being , , (I|S  . T)|,. ,,,,       [,.,��� j,,,,-;!,,.,: | .,. jj ,.   ; ,|���. lempooiry e>:il!nK .,n,|,|.i���;j.=u- <a  Uio ,sioi,o
seeiilivc liinbei-s in b id order on Th 111-day last.
Tho Jury's .Verdict.
The deposit mils being concluded the
juiy retued and sat all W'ednesday
night. giving their veulitl Thin sdaj
inorniiig vvhich was with questions and
atisweis as follows :���
(L.)cQne.-.���What was the cause of
dealb-'1
1 Answer.���Wounds and -u Hot?', it ion
e.lilsed bv collapse of appioach to east
end of C.P.R. rock tunnel 2L miles e.ttt
ol llleiillevvaet
L (2.) Qui's.���\"\*a�� death due to accident .Jl  ^
Answei.���Yes ! ' Caused by defective
tiinheis iu said .ippto.ich lo tunnel.
'(!i.) Qu(-s.--Ue>es any blame attach to
anyoni* ?
Answer.���Yes ! 'j'he t!anadi<iu P.-u ific
Railw.iy (Company.
'Signed,    W'At'l'KH Suott.
l^oi'i'inan.
The live victims weie Albert .loln-.-
son, Cu'Oige Phillips, A. Aividsoti, is'ols
Olson, and Gooige Cumniiugs. The
l.ist-n.'iineil tour weie but icel at Rev el-
slokc: 'I'hursd.ty evening, and Albeit.
Johnson's remains were lorvvarded tc>
Jllndeiby.
Oui Illecillewaet corre-.poii(U.'iit. reports that lln 00 ol tlie victims were
married anil two single, and s,iy.��.
Albert Johnson was host-known there
and veipv vv ell liked. Kurt her particu-
lai.s I ruin the Xcivs-Arirerl /.scr, gleaned
liom a wire to the Geneial Superintendent, says I hat Ciiuuuings lias a In-other in tin.* Lardeau and came from
Whitewood, Alberta. (Jeorgc Phillip-
also hailed fiom Albert a, and Arvidson,
Olson and Johnson were native*; nl
Sweden. Arvidson is reported as having a brother at, liiAir Creek.
The Wayerly Mine, Ltd.
The pi tispot lus ol The Wa vei ly Mine,
Ltd., the foinp.-inj' lecenllj- incorporated by Craut-Covnn and John (.Irani,
wa- icceived this week. The capital i.-
,IPI0(),0()() aiul (ho first issue In t he public,
which closed June .'lid, eotisi-led cf
.")().(;()() share--. The showing on (he
W'averly is admil I ed bv'e\ cry one who
has seen il lo be immense, and the
company have a piopei I v ivhii h, hugely and propel ly developed, should
make a name lor it-elf and money lot
lis owners. On (he local advisory
liii.iid aic the w'ell-kuown names ol
John Cranl and .1. .M. Kellie, iU.P.P.
Mr. C rant w ill suou ,11 riv e 111 I S.C. when
it Is expected lll.it woik will be ( 0111-
meiic ed right a wa v.
Worked Paiid   is   shewing, i:ighl   on the I  Leake's :,'>IHce iii t be rink buililiiiLr.
i-aiised Ibe ''ollnpsc
To  ihe C-'oruiier:   Wlein   1 he
l-l    belli    was
When their now 1 lioise team ai-
lives Craig A' Ililluiau, tin: pioneei
and up to dale liveiy iiien of Lardeau
and 'i'loiit Lake, viill have no less tli,in
���10 head of hoisos, all blisv. For, all
inforiuatioh about freighting or transportation in these .rising sections apply
to Craig it Jlilliuaii at Tlionisbn's
������Landing where, they have (.-oiiiiuodious
vvarciiouKcs and where. .VI r. Ci'iiig is nl-.
I  ways .011  l)iil;cj In. iil.tonrj  In I'ljHine.s.S,
Tho bicycle .races on Jubilee .Day
will be worth seeing.       ' 0
The famous White sewing machines
for sale at Guursier's.       ' - *
Ua> laugh, tin* Cariboo Ctock camp
pioneer was here Monday.
About 1 1 inches of fiesli snow fell
in tho hills Thuisd.iv night.
Take 'advantage of, the icbate by
paving vo'.ii' taxes bel'nic Juno 30th.
Marry Ahbott, cx-0eiusi.il Superintendent of this division, went east
-Monday.,.--���-  (I ,
Mis. Jell's bahy vvas very ��� ill the.
e.irlv p.u t of the week hut is now gain-
iug hc.iltli again.
The Jubilee Day will be a, poifcct
hoiid.iv as all tlie, merchants have
signed an agreement to olo^e for the
clay.
John (Jr.uit,  tlio   mining   man   who
Ji.is no use for iievv's|ia|joi.s���eh! John���
vvill ho  back   about,   the   end    of   tho.
inonlli. '
Jas. Fisk, of Calgary, lias .bought
out Pete Arena's interest in Arrowhead J Intel. Pete will attend to
Calona Uay now.
-'J he tit'e Wt. Pctci's Church, Revelstoke, is. the name by which 'the
Knglish chinch iu tliis town vvill l.e
known in future.
Chits-. Holten sulTcred a smncw hat
Prions accident Tliursdav, 'when his
(iugoi'Hvvero,scraped fn the bievveiy mil1,
lie will lose none of thom.
Sonic: of tin* local athletes have been
prepitiing on the q. I. for the events on
Jubilee Day aud in three of them
there vvill ho it severe contest.
W. IL Page, who has been 011 the
police I'ntce hoi e for 11 short while,
went iu Kiiday to Trout Lake Citv as
cunsti'ible al t hat place.
The manager <>f the Imperial    Rank
wishes    it    to    be    known    that    siih-
*ci iptiniis to the    Victorian   Oidei   of
Nui scs scheme   can   he   made   al   the
bank.
Our old fiiend Titieniiiu, Ihe phnto-
giMphei, anived veslerdav and will
c.imji hone till Saturday next. JJis
tent is al the coi ner uf King,'ind Fionl
sheets.     See him fur [jhotugiaphs.
Albeit Stone's new gold watch won
in the Fi isco Jy.rinniueAs pteiniuni
tallh; ai 1 ived Thuisday. It is a ic-al
beauty and Albert is proi.d of il and
of his luck which is getting piuveibial.
C. ll Maeleui, the "designer and
builder who is initcd for the beautv
and finish of his woik, has now on
hand a veiv nice piece of woik foi the
C illiinbiii Hotel in the- shape of a
mineral case. If' i.s all done in homo.
Woods and while v'ei-y simple is
elegantly designed.. Mr. .M'teloan did
the beautiful work, in, the Cold Mill
'���Hotel which,a't i tacts the eye of ovciv
vjsjl'i)' lo tliat, bniise, .'.''',.
AN ELECTRIC PLANT
For Lighting and Power Purposes to be
Installed in  Revelstoke.
The RevcKsloke AVati-r Works
Kiectrie Light and Power Co. have
been holding several meetings thi.s
week of i.'ilere-1 to thcm-clvcs and. to
the public. So plea-ed aieth, (ompauy
wit b the lesults of the pie.-ent water
system for the past six months that '
they have determined now to extend
the system, and euiuplete it in all
branches to all partsof tin* town. They
vvill also put iu a new re.servuir about
1 i
(WO feel flirtliui ' up the creek and so
obtain SKI feet, mure head. 'Tin* plant
and fixtures fur the new1 extensions
have all been ordered.f������mil the manufacturers and in about a month it is
expected it will all be in place and
ready for use.
It   will   be   remembered    that    the,"
Water Woi ks Comiianv were  also  an
��  '
electric   lighting   concern'   and    it    is
giadlying to learn that they have now
made* up their minds to install an
electric plant of, a' really first-class
quality and suflicientlj- strong to supply tin* town foi'sonic J'e.'ll-** to fume.
Thej' have' not yet. arranged all the',
details of (he lighting scheme hut with ���
a Mr. Smith, a 11 elocti ician fiom New-
York, aie figuring on the plans. It is
iu contemplation to put in a power
house near 'the Illecillewaet with a
tin bine wheel and d\-iiauio giving 600
borse-powei and capable of furnishing
a service of 3,000 10-e.inillc-povvcr , incandescent lights, running a street car '
service, etc. This is a big undei taking
and a new i-siie of the stock will- be
olt'ered first to the protuoteis as increase of present holding then to the.
townspeople after that to the general
public. ' ,
The scheme is a good one and of
great public: utility. It., is hoped that
every success may attend it and that
the difliculties experienced in Kamloops, Nelson and other, places when
first installing a plant may all be ���
avoided. ,       "    ,
Possible Co-operation on River Bank-
Hon. .1. H. Tumor, Premier of B.C.,
passed through hero Wednesday on his
return from the ea-st. when he vvas in-
torviewed at groat, length by a Mail
repiesoi.lative about tthe 1 river hank
matter. The Mail contended strenuously for co-operation anil placed its
position as clearly before the Premier
as the' occasion allowed. ' Mi. Turner
piouiisi'd to look caiefolly into the
matter. Lot us hope something vvill
be done.
The Premier must have boon doing
some hard thinking about, the matter
on the way to Vancouver, for to a
Wurhl reporter he said that ���' feeling
the importance of the pi'"ventiuif of
the erosion to that section of the
count! j- it is probable that.joint action
will be taken in the matter at an early
date."
It Takes the Ladies.
After much trouble and correspondence tho ladies inteiested in the
Kindergarten movement have succeeded iu getting a site for their proposed
building. Tho ladies worked it with
their usual ciaftinoss. They fust
made J. M. Kellie, M. P. P., a warm
supporter of their scheme and through
him got in their wot k on tho depart-1
incuts. Col. Baker was deaf to'their
enticities but Hon. G. 13 Martin was
more gallant and word was received
fiom him this week that the Court
Jlousc. site could be used during the
departments pleasure for the Kindergarten purposes. The Kindergarten
ladies deserve the reward of their
pertinacity and impoi tunity in endeavoring to establish their movement
in Kevelsteikc. Outside Victoria and
Vancouver, the coast cities, this idea
has nowhere else, been attempted and
it well deserves to succeed.
Another Fatality at Arrowhead.
A very sad accident vvas that at
Airowhead Tm���daj- afternoon by
which Oapt. Heade of the steamer Illecillewaet lost his life. He crossed the
lailvvay line in the rear of a oat taking
fi eight from the steamer Kootenay
moni'i'd to the dock or w hat f, and tried
to pas- betvv ci-ii t be car and the boat.
Theti.-lin via.- moving and the gang
plank vvas rai-ed when C.tpt. Reid al-
lempted tn get around, but be inisca'-
( ulat.'d t li-di-(.im e and time and the
I rain caught aud jammed him agaiu-t
ihe boal's side. He wa- teiribly
1 ru-b'-d. aud the s-tiain was .-1 great
that tn g'-l the body out the st earner's
bawseis had lo I,,, slackened, il all
nccm r<-d ill le-s (inie than il takes tn
tell it, aiul death inii-t have been il -
st.iiilaiii-uu-, ni ihmi'Iv so. The coronei 's jiu y hi ought in a v erdicl of accidental death and a!aching no blame to
an.voiic
I l,'i'i'( .-,-,1 was a man of splendid
el 1.11 .at 1 01 and phv.-ical proportions and
e.'ltiic here lecentlv' fliili! the coast to
take ciiaige of tin- Illecillewaet.., He
on 1110 to ' Vancouver Inst fall from
Olillia, Out., and leaves a wife and two
daughters'. The remains Were .sejjj. Jj;
Vancouver for iutc/'ijiciii.
,0 .PAOK ���������.'.  THE KOOTICNAV MAIL,  abe '(kootenay flDafl  '  l>UUI.ISIIi:il  ICVKItY SATL'UIUY '  ���������.vi-���������  "     KEVELSTOKE.B.C'..  ���������hy���������  ATKINS .>c SMITH.  Priii.ism:i:s and I'ltoi-icnrioiis.  Subscription   Price,    $2.00    Per    Annum  .T-j,-- s'1-UlOII.V IN   AIIV.VXOH \-A  ADVERTISING, KATJS3.  T'ONTlJACT-AI)VKi:TISl6lKNTS in-erted.it  tho i-iilc of ���������jl.-V) per column inch per month.  ���������  l.'erspaces of siv coluiiiiif iiiilii's' or  over .si  per inch per inonlli. .  '   TltANSlKNT   AI>VI.;i!TlS|.;MI-:N"l.S   Hie.    per  line lir-1 iiisei'lion, .Ic. per line each  -'ili-e-  (|iieiit   in-ertioii.     The   manlier    of    lino  < iTckoned hy -jiaec; oeeiipied, VI line--  lo the  inch,  KKAIMNC    XOTICK.S   IHe.   pc-r line  each  in-  ��������� sei'lioii,   inilOss  colliI'iit-tccl   for h.v  the  HMl  1 lines.  i-   J OH I'IMNTINli of every kind nl must  i-eason-  nljlo rati- ami shoi'te.sl iniliee.  ACCOUNTS for joh  printing' or nilvcrti-nig  p.iValile on tlie lii'sl of everv nioiitli.  o     COUIi'KsrONllKNCI-: on  all   m.itlei-s  ofc local  '    or puhlic iiilei'i'sl invitcl and eiii'efully con-  .sidend.    All eoinniiinic.ilions to the   Kililor  innsi he meoiiii'iiiucd  hy  llie  inline of the  '      writer, imi neee.s.siu'ily for puhlicitidii, but  ;lsiiii evidence ot Koud faith.  '   . Addre-s ,   ���������-  , 'I'llic Kootk.vay Mam..  '��������� ,' Hevel.sloke, IJ.C.  "Tlie Ames Holden Co.'s special  ���������"jolumliia," "Vancouver," "Koo't-  ,r ' '.I '  enay"'should be worn by ^everybody who wants a  (irst-ci  mountain boot;  government may make to Oufoi ee I lo;  payment. In I hi- coiinecl ion it'i-in-  eresting to i'-call that al the loci-lit  -c���������Moii ol tin-local,legislature ,-i relurii  was brought'down by the At loin *y-  (���������<-lli-i-.il. at the reipiest of Mr. Kellie,  the member fur I lie dist i i<-|,.s.-i ying tbe  Dominion .-ind Provincial gov i'inn:'eiit>  bad tak'-n all Mops in their power to  -e'ttlo the title to llie Hovel-toko land-.  The- ai i.iiigeiiicnt ai rived at wa-that  aiiy-person claiming a t itle to land-in  dispute iniaht obtain a' Dominion  ('row ii gVatil by simply coiiimuuicating  with the At (ornoy-Ciciicrars depait-  meiitat Victoria and executing a re-  le.'iM-. The Deputy At ten ui v-Cenei-al  has long been urging those who have  claim.- to send them in."'  ' General Blacksmith,  RcVdstoke - Hospital.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  3Iat emity waid iu connoction.  Vaccine kept on hand  ....  Drs. IilMiLCcImie ::n������i JoiT&,   -  Atcbjid.iiite.  RISV13LST0KE, JUNK 10/IS07.  The   Calgary   Herald,   from   which,  'sfippai'cntly,    our   local    contemporary  '   draws much of its. inspiration, in dealing with the subject "Kootenay Mails"  ,    says  the   Postina.stor-Ccne'ral   has   de-  1   .voted a'good deal   of   his   attention to  the dismissal   of   J5. C. postmasters for  political reasons, and hints that this is  the reason for ��������� inellicienpy or   inatlon-  ,    .tiioil.'     a ���������      " X '  IVe hold no piii'ticular brief for the  Hon. Mr. Mulock, are ' as anxious as'  t.he Herald at Calgary or llevelstoke  for mi ellicient mail .service in 11. C,  lint a desire' for fair, play,,'will not  ���������allow us to accept��������� this ��������� statement as  correct, in the absence of proof. Will  the. Calgary -Herald, or its Revelstoke  'protege, give us the. name of every  V>. C. postmaster dismissed for political  partisanship 1 We are inclined to think  iLlie'number will be so small that Con-  ,serva,ti\e postmasters through the province will request tlie.se .'too zealous  .-sheets to leave their cases alone.  New Steamer Route.  '  The recent growth of hu.siness iu the  llig Mend district and along th������'upper  Columbia Hive:- between lieveNtokc  and I.aporle, ii distance of 17 mile-, ha-s  cans,.,! the C.P.M. lo  consider  the  aci-  ' u i '  visibility of ost.-iblishing a steamer  service on that route. A careful examination of the more dangerous portion of the river in (ho vicinity of  Mcivelstuke liy dipt. Troup proves thai  navigation is rjnito feasible as fai ,-i.s  La port e. It. is very probable that tbe  steamer Lytton, which has been on the  rl{(ib--on-Ti'ail route,,will ho placed on  the new run as soon as the high water  has subsided.���������Nelson Jfiiier.  Wagons,   heavy   or   ligld,    built   and  lep.-iii efl.  jrorseshooing a,specialty.  Prospector's Picks.   .Miner's Tools.  Largo supply of iron, stool and shoes.  Orders  in   any   branch   of   the   trade  executed iu a woi kinanlikeii'ianiierr  PROFESSIONAL..  CHAS., R. CARLYON,  " Barrister-at-Law, Solicitor  i i>  '���������   anil Notary Public.  ���������fJ������'OKI''K'K:   IicioinL'. Pool  J.lo, k. ItovcNIoke.  O    H. ELLACOTT,  V**7-        li. A. So. (Mcflu.i,).  ��������� I'rorXuiciul Lund Sorvei/nr.  Surveys ov'ei'.uted in any jiart of Iho  Province  '���������   with accuracy and di-p.iteh. ,    ,    ,  H()X I'll. - ROSSLAND, B. C.  CITIZENS ^ssss^ '     ,  PREVENT DISEASE  u  ]>v purifvino-   your   yards   and  outhouses with  CHLORIDE W LIME  ,    ���������: OK':���������  GOPPEBAS  SURE DISINFECTANTS.  , ���������' I'"'or sale at --  -ABEY'S'DRUG STORE,  <     REVELSTOKE STATION, 33. C,  M;wlortl<M s promptly at lonriod lo. '   ,  n   ro>  i  ������  BUILDER AN  ' II  -DESIGNER.  TAILORC.  REAL, ESTATE AND MINING.  E. SHAW,  Practice of Medicine a National Service.  ' Austr.-ili.-i, v'vliieh lm* led I lie world in  many *-cii-i.'ilistic experiments- made by  (In* -late, is now i-cni-ddei ini"; (hc> c|iic>k-  tion of slate* physic. The pn������ddc*iit of  the'Queensland medical a^sneialion  propose-. Lhat. the country lie divided  into medical districts, under doctors  paid hy (he state to look after all the  inhabitants, and lhat, tliu money for  the purpose be rai-ed by a poll lax of  $'2,a year. This would enable the s'tate  to pay SI,500 for the lowest nicdic-.-il  salaries, p A New South Wales labor  league has declared that "the practice  of liiedil-ine ' should lie ,-i national  hi'rvicu." . '   '  'The inorft tlie dclails of* Hon. ^Ir,  "I.lair's,bargain with the C.P.R'. in tlu-  inatter of the Crow'*, Nest Pass Kail-  way are studied the more eflicaciou-  jfor great and lasting good lo this pro-  \viuce   thev   appear.    A, sweeping   re-  Paragraphs of. General Interest.  ( i    < *         *-  i  An attempt, was'made on Sunday   to '  ii������iissinatf Felix''Faure*' Pre-idc;nt  of  France", by exploding a bomb  near   bis  cairiage while on route (o Longchainp-*.  Hon. Mi: Lamier is being received  with great honors in .Fngland and is to  he present ed wit h an honorary degree  by Oxford Universary.      "     ���������  ' The (y.P.K. uiaiiii^emeiit iu the we.-t  will endeavor to develop a trade in  Brilish Columbia fruit, lint h in shipments to Ihe Kootenay, the Terrilorle.-  .-md YJH.-initoha ; and Manager Whyto  has in I'ontemplat ion the (itting up of  a nuuihei'of box car-, or coii-t.i ui-ting  new refrigerator cars specially for the  t runic. ,  ,      '        '  . Nelson i- to h'avi'aSjiA-'.UX) hnteh The'  Iniilding is ib-be lO(K'llll) feel ground  area, three-.-to rev .frame and stone  Iia-emenl. The sile, which is being  cleared,    is   near    Ward   and    Vernon '  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance.  Agent for Ferguson townsite.  HKVKLSTOKI5,   H.O.  A    McNEIL,  , C. S. DOUGLAS,  Rgal Estate and Mining EpdRop,  , 13J CoriDva.St., VANCOUVSS.B.C.  -   T. MATHEWS,  Real Estate and Mininy; Broker  319 Cordova St.,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  .Mining stocks and properties bought  and Mild on   commission.    Correspondence solicited.  BEAUMONT BOGGS 8l CO.  * Mining- Brokers,  " .     .   VICTORIA, B. C.  -   Mines and Mining Stocks.  CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. .  >      S.   WILSON,  \l. .  ������.ocal Iilcrcli?.iit Tailor.  Order and Heady-Made,  To suit figure or purf-c  Revelstoke Etat:o.i, 33.C.  c  ^AMPHUIJL'&, CO.  Fashionable Tailors.  Cor. Iiioad St. As Trounce Ave.,  Oppo-ile ( he IJriard,  Late of Government-Street,  , *' VICTORIA, 3. C.  tiniioi'tci's of  Kino Si;,)teli and  ICii'-tlish Goods.  BARBERS.  3AP.3ES SHOP />NI> BATH ROOM,  Front Street, Revelstoke.       (  Haircut, 25c.;-; Bath, 50c; Six Shaving  Tickets for 61.00.  rr    L.JOHNSON, V/  t, 1!k\i;lktoki-: Station, 1>.C.  streets.     Plans   for   the   Iniilding  have]      .  " ~,���������  .dilution ill freight  tates  ,on    llie    main ' heen |;rep.-ued  hy  Ai-ihiti-cl    Kvv.u t. of , Haircut and shave 50c. ^V^m-^ :  ���������line is wade, and the new road  and all } Nel-on. for I. L-'ied  Hiiim*.   .M.P.P.. H. , -���������-w^^/   Comfortable Parlors.  Ibranehes south of   the company's main i li- Hmne ;\'nd  .1.   A.   Kirkpalriek.  the! Opposite Brug'Store.  ,i- i    j- -.       i      .       A[    ,.., i   .    builder-.    It    i-   to be completed in the  ' ^^���������-=^l��������� :   ihne,   mcludiug   uie   boat.s.   gc^    under ��������� '  --  "           .  .            ,-,,                      , -norte-^t. po.���������llite  ti.ue.                                 ,                                   ASS/'YE'RS  ^governmeut   supervision. ' Cneap   coal , _     _ I * . *     _1"_a '-   .and other requirements will bea-sured.   ^ j���������  As a result of the construction of tin  m HO.MAS BROS. A: GRANT,   '  "~ TAV.LOI5.S ��������� *  ,   'Suits from %V1,  l^int-s from %'X.  ,  rfSiiinjilo and  ineasuri'inent form'-  -out  ,     on application. ���������  '���������  ,02 Cover:-!ment fc!.,  White labor only. VICTORIA,   P.. C  Plans aiid specifications prepared  inJn'dialnkfor Blue������print  Drawings.-  If y'ou  desire-an ariislic home with all  modern   conveniences  call and see Maclean who can design you one in any  style: Oueen Anne, Colonial,. Swiss, or any other style  .   .    you prefer. r ���������     ^  Interiors  and   interior decorations  are  his  specialties.     Store  .    *     Decora'tions, Bank   Fixture's,   Hotel    Fixtures ; ' Hall, '  sliewing   pannelled   dadoes,    frescoes,  .etc.;   Artistic  Screens, Verandahs, Stairways, etc. can be ^ot out to .  *    '      ' '   suit the market.  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.  -���������nusaav --LU���������al  h $i /������  D j  \r  TEL,  ^ i  ILLECILLEWAET, B.C.  The' Pioneer.Hotel'of the Pioneer  camp'of West Kootenay." .  Good rooms, newly furnished.     ,-      -      -      Jk:st table in town  ,   f    Choicest Liquors and Cip;ars. ������������������  Commercial Room.    '  "  **^������jl J   *i~A*J     \^JA.      J     \*      \f AJ*  V RfOHAR'DSON, Prop  MISCELLANEOUS.  &       GUY   BARBER,  ,  WATC3KAKSK AMD JK'WSl.Z.'ES  .   -. -  f '     ' n ,  Repairing Neatly &. Promptly Executed.   :o:-���������  ,������ c ��������� REVISLSTOKE, E. C.     ,  Ti   PI CARD,      .   1   .,'.  -  Contractor   and Builder.  Plan-J unci   Sin'cificiitiiins  pi-cparjcl'c>n  short licit ire.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  ������7   H. HEAPS &. CO.,  Machinery Brokers,  .ll.'ti {'Ol'ilOV'll Stl-('(;l,  YANCOUVKn.'KC.  IStTESi-VH ..'SAfU.'Ai ������*���������������*,-������ "  ' - ��������� The CROWN POI^T HOTEL <" "  ,'    _. TRAIL,-  II.C.   ��������� '���������       ,     ,.,  Li<.';lited thioughout with electric li^ht.     Baths, and all modern  -   u       imjDrovements. '     '    '    .'  PETERSEN   G30S.,'  PITOPRICTOI1S."  First-Class in Every Respect.  t ^'  Sample-rooms for Commercial Men.  .fes^  )ia iu  .*��������� c  J.  FRANK VANDALL, Propkiktor.  =-aL'<jQ V 01b bOi.1.0,   JL$. O. ==���������===  FOR SALE���������A i|iiiintily of li'itrlit. -.coond liiuul  Stool R.1/1K  'Barney Barnato G)ne.t  ���������   H fOWAItl) WKST,  i  1 c_\.���������'h.i.ik- of I.'oy.il Si-liocil ol Mine;-;  |i-i-ill    dl-|Mtill     fliiin    E-'nil.-h.il. ' 'IjinilDii.'Kiicrl.ui.I.) c>  Crow's NesL Jivsiixornl otlu-r i.,ip������rt-int    -M.i.li.-tn. ,> . >- th:.! .*., th- .-���������, ;v.,l -;��������� ,-.. . Xmins   EnS:accr,    Analytical    Ciicmisi  ' Sinks ;uui hnmchos vviil he consmicU-.l. * >'^ M-nchiy-V , U-v s  s,.,tii   v ,!;- - and ASS,.ycr.  ,   ,, .      , . ' :,.. ,     tii-.inii-.-cl ih.it   ������������������ P,.i! i,.'\-  H.i; n-itci"  ii.vd ,   '  iiud nil in ihis ui)|M-r   country.     With        ��������� ,   .,.  ,,,.,., .....      ,     ...  1 'i - I'lHiiiiiit .>-ii -'in !\lv fii.i!   tii.-t   ni"   Irtity  ;ill tins r.'iilvyiiy ccuisLructinn,, t hi- 'yp.ir |1;,,] 1 ,. ,,,, ,n ,.., ,]_   o;;,(, , ���������l.. . ^ .ay  iinil next, tlu! intcriiit- of Px-iti-ih Oolunu In* t'.-ll i>\>-"1..  1'r.>;.'-'i'i.1 -c \.uiiiin-!l .in'il rcpiirU'il on.  NKW DKNVKI.'.H. C.  !i.- 1-.-..1   i���������.'i .-   ������;������-  \-. '    VEUAXAV HAHVKV, IM'.S.   -  Jii.-i will l������i tlie buisiM- pint or tlie i-c.ii     liMi-n.-y    I- ..������ -  ,n>   l'.;i-::-i.   'uotu.h-w      y\   .      i.m .-i-> N. r.nc. [������-t.. M. ^ M K.i-  tinent mid so   forvviucl   bv   ].*uj.-   .uwl    ;UI(1   ,"'   -,:''"-|i-   ';-    s'"*'!1     -VAv.u, ,       ]flll; llt/ f,'lir,;urrr fllll/ A^(ll,er.  :   cu't'cr vv it n   .1   r;n k   rl.inki v  .-ihciit   ;c>  \'.vM-cirvi:ii, H. ('.  bounds   in   develoniiii'M..   .Miili<'iis >>f ,.   ,, ,. ,   , ,.  1 jf;il> .-life     li"   vv.i^   1���������t ni.,it > il   ���������'.  U.i'  nioiicy .-ujcl tljoiisancis   of   s/'ttl^r-   wi'l i im>. or   1 In- K.itTii   iii.nit.'h.    ������i,ni,  i*** bluujrllt, iii, .-mil 'OT-'l'.S vvill   wiru<-s-- ;l Imut   o:.i-    humli.-d   ,i'i<|   fifty   inilll'.'n  .the  dawn  of   un   era   -if   unpur.-illi-U'd doll.it*->    M.-I-���������������. ���������- t in ���������'.- i'l.iidi"i>. t v u,  iiro-pcritv and business ,-u'tivity.  J. R. HULL 8c  Wholesale'   and   Retail  Purveyors of Lliyh-class Meats.  RBySLSTOKB, B.0.  All orilci's in our line1 vvill hi-  proinplly  Ml I,ended to.  Best Table in -Town, Woi! 'Furnished' Roams, -  - ���������: Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars,  . ".. . Bvepythiiig Stpietly .Fipst-Class-.-. ���������" '  Terms ^2 per day.     ' Kamlooixs Beer on Draught  otOG  ���������J. AU'.KllT.STOiS'K, l'ltoi-itiHTOii.  'J'lir. flipp.uii icin.'ii ks nt tin* V\uiloii-  ���������������.'!��������� Wurhl i>u tlie l.-incl   titles   iiiii'Stiuii  .���������Mill- .ind .1 ii ��������� nulit���������'r. *  A. V������;ry Bu-y Olfipwl.  Chur-Wnpr Smfll   r Pulp n Sp"oiaity.  !', ������ ������..-...,->>;- "v.tl 1.1,1! i,|������fJ;i ii -.nifll'Ts,  .i.l.u. i - '\ ,u U- in id' on i i>ti-r,'i)!iii'iil - of  '.; i ���������   i>i> 1 ii..tit  ���������*  "[> ''I ,ni'\ v i''i' .  '���������,^,:,'���������,^.^^,^^^J.:;l.';:":���������u^^^���������,^V!;:1v,^,fi Th.: inner thein-ead the'hette.-  TSie Staff of Life  is Bread  "in��������� l������ii-ii--i   ���������   'I. -'il   in   t hi    vv.,' id   i -  is ;i -o..d -pcriincn of   lll.'it    p;ip������'t'>in      .���������11(| ,,,   ],���������   ,|(1.   j;,  ,,.),   ,,���������,.,.|'  ,,  ,\-.-n  jt������-ii���������.*!    in    (li.-   p'oplc    of    li.-s.-l-li.lci'. VmU.    'I'in-   lliitt-ii   -hippii \i  .it    Voi  Ahull! in-rvt ������uiiiiii<-r.  ll'ur'd, t In- | i-npii- V"i k ,o_'���������'i > ^ id--   ..In.ui    i.^ihmi  '--i,-  will not only piitp-.M. I,.,!   ,|���������,, .,���������������. ���������>������m..'ll\ d I'., o, ���������_'.\ir-.i t.. :,. ik-i -��������� ,  1 ^ iiii'ii.iri'    p.inl    nil'     i'hI    -l.i|>p'.|    i-.-'li  Till:  Virloiiii '".i/oiii-/ h.is lust .ill il*. * vr.ir. I n v ni \ in^- t h.' h.inillih..   ..!    .l.i.u:  /ild-f.ishi.i.K-d  di-nitv.     ii   !...������.  ,-n   ^���������."".'ni r.n  -.'...n-.r- w���������.;,., hi,!, ii  III V III V i-s  t III i'l'   I I lln--,     till       MM.  .1   III'  liiii'-N use-1 IHU-.I  viul/'iit ,'idji"'i iv i-s ,in(l , ,      ,-     .,     i  J I i������ll-������ll|-^CIIi-l'.l l-  ut     itll     tin-   nil.i  I    ii.llli-  wildly'   djiilleii^*-"    .'V(*rv     oppnMiiun ^ uii,si|| ,,���������.   ,;���������������������������.,,  h|il(,.Ni   i(|vi   ,.���������.,  ji.-iper iii   thi- I'oiinit-y to   inci-t,   it      A ; t iisii"- t h" lm*-.i--(   nl'  .ill   ntln-r  inn-i.'!-  iniiii   ciinnoL   urjiiif   with    his    i,'i:Mid   [-il New   VorU   c-iuuiiirn"-].   Th'-  ���������..���������ini.d  jl,fl|]lf.p '  hli-.ii ���������I     inn-ill    in    the    vviii I>1      j-   |i|.-   -<*- -- '  Mi ii i-h c ������������������n-nl ,if Ci.ii-t.iiitniii|i!i-.  _    Tin-: proj(-(.t.i>rs of   tho f.c I I'd -.inclt-i     ' -v  >*r wen; ndviso'l to un slow, im'l ilicy-1                His Terrible Cv.nv-.  tl'ul.    TIk-v  will   now   priibiihlv    build :    ' ' "Whvdld   ( iilnlii-l    XVilninn     i    iv-"  1    .   "li       i      I'l ���������!��������� <  .'li    i in!i)ji -. i.r th ii' ii.j/nv. il     \'������ ������m|iilJ  -ASSMER'  \ybAs$ i^\^y  \g������E0X'  FP.^D   :A. v/ELLS   M-Nf EL/Af/i  the staff: <^.,SI^s������������x  A. N. SMITH,  Baker iind Confectioner,  Ki vd'd.s'roKic Station.  fllll- I   II   I..IM'(||'   tin    tVlillll-  llulll' HUM'    C'lll'llllll-.  1690  G-tt^JSTJD   Ml  12th of July Celebration.  Un<ter  the  AiiK/)icuH  ol   tho  llcvclstolcc  t-oynl Or.-iii^c I<otl;:u.  The Dining- Room is furnished with the best the ���������.  ������������������  '  '". Market ainls. ���������  THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST  WINES,.LIQUORS,AND CIGARS..  i i  Can    procure   at    the    principal    Motels  THORPE'S   SODA   WATERS.  Awards for Excellence World's Fair '93.  THE CENTRAL  HOTEL  -AMIiAIIAAIKON  J'.liOS.,  Fuoi'inicmns.  T"A     '   ^ if      f^ J  J*.     ���������        JtXiJL.  .J^-^J'^Jljii-     \J   j I'.nti-li ''.il'iiiibi.i  will coiivijiic,  First-class Table   ->   G-ood Beds   ���������   Pire-proof Safe  Tele'ohone   ���������   'Bus I-^eets all Trains.  on this >ii/l(; of the li;  The "World's" View.  K'-lll III   kV,     I      VVOIldl'l.        ill'    Olt.-i,      t.ilr  I .llllllll  I 111- -pi 'lllild I -I.ill' III   I I.I 11  'III.' II  I llirii'.     I -dionld   fniiik    lii.il    In.   i,' ��������� -11 [.!  Referring   In   tin-   n-rcnl    iiclinn   nf i.illn-i   l.vi-   <>o   il    fh.m   I."  r >.'>; ��������� .J   ii|>  ni'npcrl.y   mviii-rs   lien-   ri'^.i i iliof<   the. In-i'-,    hk>"    I h'-    n--t    nl    n-    i niiiiiiiu.  iinn-pii yiiiciil nf  lux.-.-, th"   V'.iih'oiiv cr I mml.il-.  M'nrlil -.ivs:     " A iiuiiiIht nf |irn|n-i t V |      '''I'ln-  I I niilili-   vv.is    I li.-il   tm-   pi-i|.|.  /���������Wlll'ln   ill    Kcvcl-lokc   have   f���������nlvi-      | (low n I lie:--n-.t i .n r/'-d linn. ,i nil I inid'-i  I liiuifjli t hey prniio.-c   ;ind   th>'  ^m >-i n- ] iti-indl h.i I  ln'W.i   i-vi-i.  .1 c r '-t Iv  ...iiin-cl  11 lVJloijUiv Uitu il uiiUi  /(><���������<(!  !Ji'f#crainiJif���������,  Pnr.'id'-. t'-:c. \  REVELSTOKE,      E.G.  Ill'   \ 1,1.1!    I*.  v,r.cr:.;i.l Exiji-/-h.'mi rultH trofii rill   iiotn'f) :  Hi/i!:-.'; iiirc, round  Irii'.  I-'.. ci v ln>d .'  \\ i-i' nine.  iv ai> vi i:.       t .1  (;i;.\MAM.  .   WA ,M, l!w (-ee  THE   QUEEN'S   HOTEL.  AIM'.AIIA.MSUN    IJIiOS.,   l'lioi'ini'Toiis.  ,.���������.,.(. di,pns,���������n,;,i;, in,mi ri-Ki-irniinn 11<. I.-., v-1 io-romu.ry ur r,u, ii,...-isk oi; j 'iftg-flfc - qQV7S'- Saddle' P'4ck' ������������������--?���������                      ���������-.-���������.-������������������ ���������,, ��������� Evcrytliinj? new and - Firsi-class in all Respects.;  /���������;in dc-ohliiiiiccl for* lln- (h'.-ds c-iiilii';MV-,j.hi'iii^ lynrhi'd.   . |      "      '"      .     ���������.,.'",  7V-i"-*-.,'; : -'   .1 7"j! : ���������'���������!.'" '? - ;| ,    -.   ........ ...A..::..,.....:... A  ___ ' ....,'  jiiK  the:   Invvnsilc  nf   Jfcvcl.slnko, I hi-y |      " Y"ii. di >n'i -<.-i V -������'!   AV'hv.. wlmt lind 1              l)r}.VlRj������ aB.Cl ljl"<l\igllb ;        i ,,    ,,X(),.,1(|j'|,,,.,.   nf'jjsliHUl'^li.-is  heen \ l.    '      -. ,���������        ���������  Tho House is stocked with the Finest Wines and Cigars in 'tlie Market  *.vill   not. -pfiy   l.-ixi-s . ;ind   vvill , suppoi I. | he ilnilc- -. -k i'ljcil sniiichnci v 't                          |       "     XiOl'SSS.' . X ' ' ' ' \��������� "icroi'd ,ii|������ <n I'V I hi-   I!. C ���������'. (id.v i-ini 1 ici > t  otic .'lliothi-r hy i-V'i'iy   li'^nl   .-ili'd  p'c;iri-- |    ��������� " ;\'n-; In*'    uio|(|   ;i    l(':-l iliinii'-;! I   for   :i p             ���������                  ,        '    . '         r.     j. t.i. ,-lm\v   lln'   lull, iind    rc?-ouri.'i'.-������   of   lln-  /liik-   inciins   in   lln-ir   power  fiml ��������� 11  hi j i'i;i'l;i i,;.i, niincnil vl;i in; ;oh i.-inj,' | roph''!  j-|-Q yfi H j M/ ���������\   i%lj||jp������0 |j   |i   ,j prcivinri"' In . I hr   'l..iritis,l)A,.\W:nci;i|.i(,i,i  .yVliiiif-hty Vciici') .iK'-dn.s.l .-uiy i-fl'nrl. tho j In drink nut hin^ oj-i-.''   .                        '    i                   -J J" ���������       ���������>.'.'���������   ' -'<M ������V ~  I   nirr! ili^ Minn pi 1 oliv rue ill   'i'ulonlo,  TKOUT  L^_SZE   CIT"3r3   E.C. THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  T*  PAGE a  CROW'S NEST RAILWAY.  Mr. Blair Brings Down the Resolutions  Providing- for its Construction.  Tin' rc.-cihiliciiis' i-ey.-iiding the Ciow's  Ni*sfc road, vvhic-h v\ i*r<- pri-.-cntccl to  llie* Cciininoiin'lahl vvccjk hy tlu* Miui.stcr  <ifH.-iilw.-iys do not materially alter  tlu- ti-rins a.s already pnhli.-hed. The,  ]irini-ipal features of lh<* h^ic'i-iix'-iiL  with llio (..]'.R. which the government  a>ks pai li.-inieiit t.o ratify are as  follow-: p  Tlu; Dominion subsidy is to be $11,()(,()  per mile for'MO miles of road..  So scion as the- mad is opened for  (rattier, to Kootenay Lake, the local  rates and lolls on that railway and on  any other railway u.-ed in 'Conned ion  therevvilli, and now or hereafter lea.-ed,  loiined or operated cm behalf of the  company, -cloth nf the company's main  line in Jjritish Columbia,'.as well a.- the  rates and lolls between any. point, on  any-itch line, of railway and any point,  . on the^'main line c-f tlu; company  throughout. Canada, or any oilier railway owned or li-a.-ed by, or opei aled  on account nf llie ��������� company, including  its line of steamer.- i:i IJritish Colmu:  , Ina, -hall be first' appmved by the  (jovei i)nr-General-in-(.'n'iii)L'il, or a railway ,1'oniiiiis-iou, and at all times  ��������� there.'ilte'r be Mibjett to revision and  control. i ",  (5*n   westbound   height,   from   points  oast of Fort. William to   pejims west of  Fort, William on   I he  company's main  ' line, in- on   any   line*'* owned, operated  or lea.-ed by or on   behalf  of   the  company,   Llie   following   i eductions  from  the present freight, i.ilcs vvill he. made :  Green "and   fies.li   fruits,   :������J   percent.;  coal oil 20 pur cent; cordage and binder  twine, 10 per cent; agricultural   implements*; 10 per cent;  iron, including bar,,  band,    Canadian,     plates,     galvanized  sheets, pipe**;, pipe fittings, nail.-, spikes,  '   hor.seshoi;.-,   JO   per  tent;   wire  of   all  'kinds;   JO   per-cent; window   glass,   It)  percent.: paper foi building anel roofing  ��������� puipoM'.-, H) per cent'; roofing, felt  and  packing; all   kinds   paints  aud  oils, 10  ]ier cent;-live slock, 10 percent; wood-'  en   vv.uv   and   household   I'uriiitiire,  10  per,cent.    No   higher   rales   than such  i educed rates or mils shall be hereaflei  charged  by   the   company   upon   any  Mich   mcrchanctii-e.    All    reduction.- to  take effect mi or before January J, 1&9S.  On all gi aiii and flour to Fort William  and points eii-jf of   there, there will lie  a  reduction   cf pi   cent--   per  hundred  pound-���������1.J cents next.'} < ..rand H cents  the following year.  Rminingpowers foi any other- company may bt g: .-inled by the railvv.iy  conunittee ot the privy council.   *  When the Crow'.-,' Ne-L',road is con-  si rueieil if," as well aj-lh.il portion from  Let-hbridge. to Dimmore, and all the  company'.- ro.-ida so-ith of I be* main line  iu British Columbia, will be subject to  ' the Railway Act. All provincial laud.-  which have been received hy tlio company, or any other cnnipauvp with  ' which it.'has an at; .ingeir.e.il, excepting coal land>, must be-old subject Lo  regulation* approved by the governor-  in-coiincil.1 The diiecl.ni1 of the geological survey must cei'lif.Vc 1" coal  lands. In regaul to coal lands which  the company or any ' other company  with which it-has an agreement, shall  have icceived from the provincial  government, the company vvill cause'1  to he conveyed to the Dominion 50.000  acie.-; lo be selected, sold and disponed  of as-i he government^ sees iit,-oa- io  secure for the public a Mtpjily of coal  at reasonable prices, said prices not exceeding ."jili per Ion of 2,000 pounds fiee  on board c.us at the mi no.        l*    '  English Church Open Air Service.  Oidei of Diamond Jubilee'Service to  he held 'outside St.' Peter's Church,  to-moriowevening, at 7o'clock:  Opening    hymn,     No.   ]0,    " Ari-e   O  Church of England.  Opening  senteuce,   1   S.   Timothv.   ii..  1, 2, H.  Exhortation,   (Jen'eial   Confession. Ab-  solutinn. hotel's Prayer.  .Special livmii'i  for  Queen's   Accession  Hay, and propel P.alnis, 20, 21, 101.  First. Ie���������on : .Jo-lma 1 to vi-=(*'.).  .Alagnificat.       ,  '.Second lesson :  Romans xiii..  Apostle:-'   Creed,    I,oid's ��������� Piayer   and  Suffrage.    *  Special   piayer   for Queen  and   Royal  Family^-  Ilyiiin No.-!), "To Thee 0 O'od be 1'iaise  ���������Spociiil F'rayer for Unil^vclc.  Hymn Xo. .'(, "Loicl nf All Tin ones."  Pat i intic Addr.-s-.' ���������,  Hymn   Nn. 2,   ���������'(iod  of Supreme  D������-  iiiinjon,''     i  Colleclion. National Anthem.  Hle-.-ing  Knew What He Meant.  "I w.uil to sue the mayor foi $10,000  damage-* for libel," said the alderman.  "What did he do?" asked tin* lawyer.  "When he appointed me'on the committee to lookjjito the municip.il bond  steal he a.-ked ine if' I remember ed the  old adage."  ������������������What adagi-r*"  'die didn't say: but, 1 know he meant  ���������Set a thief'Wi catch a thief."  Severe o.u thcj.i.ike shocks  have been  fell all over India. .  ii  ALL KINDS OF  LIMITED LIABILITY.  ^COMAPLIX, B.C.  ���������s   ROUGH AND DRESSED L-UMBER.  &tptm*m  Patsy Clark Invests More Cash.  Patrick (,'lark, who ic-centlv iu vested  in the Kamloops camp, has ju-t made  anolher milling. . in ve>t tnelil, of some  magnil itde. ' Accoiding lo the (Jrand  Forks Minn; Mr. Claru has, piuchasod  a $.")."),0(K) interest iu the Republic, one  of the best-known proper! ies in Kureka  camp and owned by tin1 "Republic  Alining Un. The transaction' is repoi t-  ed to have been -I'ca-h one.  co  03  H  00  (D  THE LADIES OF THE CHURCH OF  POLAND AT-HOrvlE,  Wednesday . J^.vening,    June   2o,  '!)7,  from eight o'clock.  Peterson's Mall, Revelstoke.  .Music,   etc. ^Refreshments,   Dancing.  . ADMISSION, $1.00. '  luiMnilVtn/,  QA8  8'  IR  FOR  .-. LARDEAU AND TROUT LAKE.  DAILY,ST AGEJlINE: Thomson's' Landing to Trout  ' .bake Oity and Ferguson. =-r-r���������s-  ytagci leaves Thomson's every morning, at 7 ri'cloclr, for Trout   Lake   City   and  Fergu.sGiK-ro.turiiing, k-a\cs those places at 2 p.m. . *  ���������  . '    '    FREIGHTING AND TEAMING." '     '  v Good freight warehouses and quick dispatch'.     For all information about lians-  porlation or hauling in Lardeau and Trout Lake write.   '  GRAia'& HJLLMAN,'  .l     ���������      ' * *    ' Thomson's Landing, B.C.  At the Company's Store is carried a Full Stock of General  Merchandise :    Miners'-Supplies and Outfits at close rates.  P.O.   AltKOWHKAD.  TkLKGHAPIJ TO OOMAI'UX.  The Company's S.S. " LARDEAU " connects wit h all C.P.R. trains and 'steanieis, and makes daily  (rip- bet.v.-cen Arrovvbead and ConiapliN and Thomson's Landing. Communication is thus e.;tahli-.h.-d with  al! points in the Lardeau, Trout Lake and Fish Creek di-l.iict-.  The Company's tug''* ARCHER " is ready to enter into towing and freight ing cont i-.u-ts. l-  The Townsite of COMAPLIX is being surveyed ,and will shortly be placed on tho market.    Comaplix  is the out lilting point and he.'id(|iiarters for I he Lardeau and Fi-h Creek districts now being opened up.     It  I" Upper A now Lake, eight  miles   from   Ariel accommodation.  R. TAPPING, Agent for Revelstoke.  occupie- a beautiful situation, high and dry, on the N.IC. arm of Upper Anovv Lake, eight  miles   from   Arrowhead.    Deep water for ve���������i'-Is all Ihe year round.    Unod hotel accommodation.  COSMOPOLITAN' HOTEL  KAMLOOPS,B.C.  Best of everything going.  RUSSELL,, &   HEROD,   Prop's.  rt*=-ea������J.. ...������:;  C5<*vrxaaH *:  ������=a ;   ,f\/7     The. present0  centre   and future  '   -jf' "i headquarters for  SSSNING. "OPERAl-aJiS IH BRITISH COLUMBIA. .' ,  IMPERIAL   BANK  OF  GAHADA.  Capital Authorized,  Capital Paid-up, -'  -  Rest, .----   -' -   -  $2', 000,000  1,963,600  1,156,800  DIRECTORS:  H. S. HOW1AND,    "  -      ' -        President.  T. K. TitEKH-ITT,     -    - r Vice-President.  William liamsay. Hugh Ryan. Robert  Jafiray.   T. Suthorlnnd Stayner.  IP.    XjE^^EIE,    3VC.E.  I J ,k r        ���������^������������������m   mm  B    Mining Engineer and Metallurgist  ���������REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN B.G.���������,  Assays on Gold' and 7 Silver.  Analysis of All Metals made at lowest rates.  .    Prompt  and-. Correct .Results   Guaranteed.,   Jieports made on piujiortic-.s,  ote.     Oi\e me n call. , ��������� '        ���������    ���������  Establish Yourself in  Railroad Rumblings.  Work ou the Crow's Ni'ht. road will  lie si.-tried in four i!ilicreiil.'i>lacc.s. Mc-  Kenzie A: Ifann, the coin rac(or>, will  ���������.nli-lel."    ,  . 'Phe' Trail C!iei'U it, Ooliunhia hill  ' mean-: the'c'onstriu-lion of a mad into  the Kellk' Itiver, anel Okana^an  count i-i ".s.. ll K ureiuh-idly eonceded  lhat lleinze will build thi.** toad and  jiNo thai he has come lo *-nine agreement with the O.P.It. iu thc'in.'iUer.  .McLean Iir:i*... nl" Ni-Imiii, hiive'tl'.e  c'outiai't I'i ir the rest, nl' Ihe Slocan  Itiver road, and men ai e-ah endy M"i">s'  to work. Hundred*-ol' men helon^iiif,'  to O'l.eiiry'.-Kanj,'. ������h" were at, woik  Mt   *t In-    lltth'cTO-MHU,    l'"H    itevel.-loke  .Monday for const ruction work.  The ('. k, \\. Uy. exliMi-ion I'lill guai-  aulc'es' the extension ol' that i-o.-td I'roiu  Nel-011 to (Jueen'.- i>ay on Kootenay  Ii.-ike, where it i* lhou|;ht -.teaniei'!.  and hai'LCes will connect with I lie (Prow'.-.  Ne-t road on tin* oppoMte .-hoie. This  would save 10 inile.- of hard const ruction mil il tr.inic was well established.  This com pa uy (it is viitually theC.l'.U.)  also intend and a-k powers to build lo  miles north fiom I.nbsnu up to the  foot of Lowei Allow I.aki'. 'J'hiri is  evidently to avoid the possibility of  h.i.in^ coinniimic.-ilicin with He\el-  sloke shut eill" in winter by I he hee/.in^  of the Columbia    River   a'oo'.e  Rob-on.  Vi. .). Coyle, thi' ue.v ciislricl pa~-  selij^ei a^enl. for the J'.uiiic ili\i--ion  and Ninth Racific Slali-s, is one of the  jcnuif;is|. i.fliiials in' Ihe company's  service, beiii^ only twenty-six years of  ni!,e. lb- ciMinui-ncc'd his sei\i(e.s oil  I h" 10.111 as si'i-i el, 11 y to li. Kerr, tialTlc  manager .it. Winnipeg, anil in July ''AJ.  went to \'a 11 i'o over as assist an I, l<> Mel.,  lirnwn. 'I'lii- position tu which Mr.,  jii'.ow'ii is elevated i.s licit yet- staled and  .reports are indellnite as to ''whet ln-r be  will be .stationed a I, .Moid real, or al  Vuneoiiver..        '  '   ,. ���������      '  Lrin\L  A ft \3 A I\3 T a* p  It is the centve of the Lar  deau milling district,    j  It will have railways .to]  the' north and soufcii.  Its^climate is 'superb.  It has plenty of building  ^rg^ROUT  .LAKE" CITY  d       is reached by i"Lil  front  *fj|       Revelstoke   to ' Arrov/-  hcrtd, 28   miles ; thence  by steamer, 10 miles, to Thomson's-Landing ;'  and    a   short  stage of   1 2 miles ; . the   entire  journey occupying only 6 hours  through  magnificent  mountain  -dud lake scenerv.  Well-known mining promoters and capitalists' already  have-their representatives on  the ground, and it i.s no  boomer's dream to say that,before another six months Trout  Lake Ci rv will be a bustling  centre of business and the principal town in this treasure-laden  Lardeau, the new centre of attraction .for the best mining  enterprise, skill and capital  which British Columbia has  magnetized within her borders.  The climate and soil of'the  Head .Office, , -    -,   TORONTO.  '���������D. R. WILKIE, Gonoral Manager;.       .  ���������BRAXC/II'JS IN ONTA RIO:      '  Ks.sc*:, Kerens, (tn.lt,   Iii^ersoll,  Xi.iKiiiu  Kills,  I'lirt Ciilljonie, I'nt I'ni-tJisjt'. St. eiU.liui-iiic.--i,  .Siiult  Ste. '.Mai-ic,   St.   Tlioni.is,   Wull.uiil.  ��������� WciocKiock. ,        '  fl'ur. Wc-lliiinlon'St.aii.l Luiuli-rljinu  Toronto   Yonye and (juuuii SLs. Hr.uicli.  I. Venice unci Uloor .Sis. Ili-.uiiili.'  " BRAXCl/KH IX SOUTH- WEST:  l'l-aiiilon. aiim. I'urtuiru'.I..i , I'niii-io. Jinn.  C!iilKi>r.v. j\ll)i:rta. I'l-iiicc'-Mlici't,. Sask.  Ediiioii'lcin. Alt.i.    Wiiniijic'tr. Man.  ,      BRITISH COLUMBIA-:  Viiiiooiivc'i-.      -       -    ,   -   ,    --1      Kevcl-itolic:.  AGENTS:'''.''' ' '  ,j0Tu^orM;,.a1^ur!;a,,k*u<1' XEW^'������ltK' The fast growing centre��������� of North  A general ban'riug business tra.ncn.cted.  J3onis and debentures TioushSanisold.  A. R. B. HEARN,,Manager, Revelstoke.  AND ���������  pin  bin  TIIK ���������  INF  1 b U ���������&_���������  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  FROM REVELSTOKE1  To all Points  Last and  West.  timber and a sawmill, ^strict are all that  could be  desired bv therancher, gardener  ill operation providing' ciesireci oytneranenc-r.^uc ener  ..       r .       x -i 1   ' or    iriut    grower    lor     whose  lumooi- at  reasonable .pi.otk,cls a"1)1,)riL;i|}1(;;mt, ,,ll)id.  prices on the spot. |:|y   increasing'   market    exists;  Its    lake    affords-   ex-. ^"hilsl lo lIic   sp������"-tsmun   the  Ceptioiially good trout1  ne.-hborh(H������d allords  game in  ' J* ^>CJ 'T-.lr.'-ll\l  ino''iifr. -i*i' 1   ���������     -ii  LO       ������ j!      1 he accommodation includes  It has a crown grant, pur-! :good hotels, stores,, post office,  chasers of lots thus ob-'lrtiCOrtlin^ ol'r'cli' Etcher shop  tainiiig ��������� an    absolutely! isl.������d many private residences.  ~ !'     Building   operations   are   in  clear oiule. \ 'fuU progr;.SSi aiKi L]K. cstablish-  THROUGH TICKETS TO  Vancouver, Winnipeg, St. Paul,   (Jliii--  a,^ii, Mtmlri'.-il, 'J'circiiito, New Ajrcirk.  ifrirsl-class dining' and sleeping:  cars on all trains.  TIii-oukIi Tnui-isl i-iii--* IciSl. I'iiul daily, unit t.n  Toi-cinly c.-vi'i-y Sliiiiil.iy. nml ^Imilmil unit  Itn.Icm cvury Ki-liliiy.  .I'lii-i.-liiisd liclci'l.-i 1,11 yniii- ilc.'sl.iii.it.ioii  und   Ii.lvu  yimi- Ii.ikkiljju c-lirc-Uc-il tlirniiKli.-  *S5  "W  If you intend to purchase, as your  field of choice diminishes daily.  For Lots' Apply'to ,  j ment of the sawmill' will  tend  I still more  to enhance  the  im-  ! mediate growth   of  this   rising  ' town.  PEIOE3   OJP   LOTS.;  Inside. $100: payable $.-55.33 down, $33.33 in ^ months, $33.33  in 6 months.  Corners, $150; payable $50 down. $50 in 3 months,   $50   in   6  months.  (These prices are for, a short time only.)  T.-i;.  II A I.C.'i.  lxKVKi.sThKK. (>eiieral . Ageing     .  MUCH  Mrl'll 'KK-SON, Tkoipt 1'"aki;-Ci'tv, Resident Agent.  The - Canadian - Paeiflo  .Steamship' Co.'s  ���������STEA'MSI?, NAKUSP  l/jicvc-c Ari-nwlii'ii I .'M'l'y .Mini'lay, WimIiii'mI.i.v,  mul   l''i'idiiy   I'm-  nil puliil-i   in    Kiiiiluii.iy.  ' ' nmUIn:; I'linni'i'l ion .il .Vukiisp fin-.ill  puliil >  on N'iiUiis|iiLiiil SI111-.u1 liy. and Slcic-iin l.iil;c.  CI01.; coiiiiui'Liiiii .U Itnli'iiiii  fur  NuNiiii,   l-Ia-ln.  Ili'.lfoiii', I'lliil I uy.  Olciiouiiiinc'i-llim al  'I'i'.iil lor   l.'11-.-.laiiil.  Xorlli-  jio.'l ami nil pniiiH -unit !i.  Km- full  infill-mill ion,-llckoU.   V. ������''������.,  mil  on or iL'Idrc:-.-.  J. T. BRADSHAW,  .SKL'iiI, l'u\ c Istnkr.  Oi- In  II. .\l,\i:ril!KI!')l!.-^-     (iKO. Mill.. iiliOWN'..  'I'riiv. I'iii--. Aji'c'iil. I������i*-t. I'll-.*-. Anciit,  Ni'l-nn, \i.l\ V.uiiiiim i'l-. It.C  xf  9  Sole Ageiit.  Columbia & Western Ry.  Time T.1M1' No. .">.   Tn I.i'jcs i'll'i"-l .liniu I. lo'JT.  D.iily  lii-lAM.'i'ii Trull nn.l l:o--l.uid.  Xo. (i 1 in -  11^.',, I- lcinvc-s llo-.'-l.inil    ��������� _ -    ~:-H a.in.  t'l.iuii'i-li Willi sli'.inii'i-.it 'I'riiil.  No. ',i tiii-i" n.".i-r linvis Ti.i.l    -   -   -_   S:l."> .i.iii.  Conn.'i'K u illi lii'il M'iiint 111 'I for S.iiili.-iiii1.  No. -J. ;i.i-i n^-.'i'k'.i'. - sV:-)-.:,in 1    -   -   li'itl ji in.  CoiiiK-i I*. willi (MM!. hl"iun ���������  for inn tli.  'i:"i'i |i.iii.  Xo. I |iii-~i'ii^c-i" lia* 11 'J'lilll  {.'niini'i I'i .������ i111 CI'.Ii. ���������-!i am. ri Ircmi nurlli.  N������i. -1 piissi.-iiffiT KraVfcw    cisslaiiil-  r    -    )!-'() |i.in.  (,<iiini:<-t.s. Willi Ifcil Mm.iiiliiiii for .-'.|>ol;aiiu.  No. .'> |iimciii}?i;i- leave's Tniil. '-:������������������-   i'r.l'i p.in.  Coiini'i.'ls wiih iit.v.'iinii.'i- .l.ylli'ii al, frail.  fj-.iiii'i'ii! <)lil.T,v:  Traii. H. <',  "OT  "1  I-*. i\ i!t:Ti'':ui.v..  Cdinrriil Siipl,  ABSOLUTELY FREE ! !  CIV2H AWAY MOHThLY  As ii pri'iiiiiiiii In iikii'i-i nl" our   .^^ SOAPS.  Kid urn I Iio c ciil|iiin.s nl I he olid nf  i.-icli-  niiinlli .'mil *.|.iiul ;i c'liiiiiri'  i'l'   uinu n  I,his I ic; I ill t I'i 11 niiii'liini'.  Each   25c.  B?���������r   entitles  you fco one coupon.   ���������  Any of our various brands count  in this competition.  No bctlcr SOAP on the market.  FIND LEY: & CO.,   STANDARD   SOAP   WORKS,  '.��������� ���������p'-'/: 133 lTi:;ti;ig, ik., VAXCOJ V-iCK, M;CX  A  o  ���������V-i^KhAvirJ TIIK KOMTttNAV MAIL  1%        #  ���������!_ J?      g   v%g a   3   g <&        j  csss^kseobs  ������������"  <i3 v3eaTJin.,'J-*-,*-'aia  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25  itc-l ll.ir in 'L-tiii"i.iu- lie M  ^"Kr3���������^'* -c  IL*������a-^ v^���������^..^ ....  J. A. STOXIC. N*.(2. T. .1. <a:AI!A.M. Ski-.  Loyal Orange Lodsc I<rc. 1C58.  ^^v^V. IU'-,' il.il- in 'i:i iir^i .e.i- in in  l^Sggrrjxi-iri.    ,,, u.l lie-ll.)"'-' II.ill I'W-o  2^^i-^&Jfe������ ci'i luck.   VisiLini; liii.tlii i--  *J>?-i5J.'i-cfc>i.pj7^''   ui'ili.illy wi'li-omc-il.  Largest   stock -west   of Toronto.  Write  to   us   for   Prices   end   lll-.y.tj-i'ilons.  tfYJr Itl'^llliil' llll'Ctill^s   in-i- ll.-lll    111  *W tlie   <>ilct   Fellow-,' H.ill cm tlie  % -.-inn 1 .ui i f(iui-tli Weiliii-iil.i.v'-  .������*������, .if   i'.i-li   month   at  7-.::u  p. im.  fit Vir-iliir^ lirclliri'ii are eincli.illy  ������������**?���������* in vl! eil. ..   ,,  ���������e"?   < K   ADAItt.      T. .1. tiliAIIAM.  W'.M. Itc-c. Su-y.  ^?.?~  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  * I ii  "'"''   Andv Craig wa*. in town  Thin slay.  Sandy .Mc-H.U! paid town n llyinir visit  ,   .Sunday.  Mat. l'iirtli whs U]i i'rcili) (lalena nay  .on Monday.  ���������Anjjus,   Mc-Doniild    icturned'   fi������>ui  Albert Canyon on Sunday.  Tommy Hundley, nf Kaslo, wasshak-  *     ing liancl's with old  friei'n's   on   Thuis-  <day. ���������  Golden is In have something   like   a  field day on July Olh;   o\er  !?1000   in  .    prizes;' r  Fiod Kinsor, the public will bo  ���������ilea.-ed to know, bus been appointed a  .notary public fur Knolenay.  Tbe .Viincoiner papers Iia\ e not yet,  ���������made any denial of the report about  j be lejiiioval' of the car shops.  i ' Dick MeDiiirnud was down Tuesday  rtnd repeats, the ferry all.tighl. Ho  says he'lc.uk the pack train over.  J. E. Hiiynes, .Seci etaiy of the Kootenay Lumber Co., was in town Monday  lookiug'after business mailers.  Mr. Deliock, of Vancuuvcts -was in  town- Monday guiiig south. 1 l,e 'is  ���������interested in the famous Gulden Cache'.  .Geo. Atkins went up to Albert  ���������Ciinvun ci'n Friday morning to luuk at.  ���������i niinei'id prupusitiun. Albert (J.uiyon  ' ;is all rit'lit.  A.   McDonald,-, uf    Winnipeg,    was  jiioking liver   his   business   branch   at  ���������    Hevelstoke this 'week,  he   also   visited  ."Nelson. "       \, _  ��������� u John Abraliiinisun and T. T-. Ilaig  ���������returned from' Trout Lake City on  Sunday.' Thoy report it gciing.^ihoaTl  splendidly."    , . ,  'Messis., AbdlingrFianks  and Pu-uuks  ' .came di'iwn from   Laurie   on   ���������Monday.  >,   The company will i,'<> right lo woik   iit  :S-mile, in Trout  Lake,   and   put  up   a  .jnill there.  -A. H.   H.   IIpii'ii,   uian.-iger   of   the  linperiiil   Hank   branch, "left '.Monday  fur a tciur of  Lardeau and Trout  Lake    VANCOUVER, 13  points and intended also to yo as far as  *    Nakusp.  Tlie;'.shelving for Messre'.   Mi-Dowell.  '     Atkins ct Watson, the big druirgi-t- of ,  -Vanccuupr who   are   ruining   in   here. ; capital,   $1,500,000  ��������� T��������� OL: JEE_A_XC3-,  NOTARY   PUHLIC   -   -   RLVL.LSTOKL,  B.C.  Mining and Real Estate Broker and General Conv  ,   mission Agent.  ���������'     ' , FIRE," LIFE ANDACCIDENT INSURANCE. a  Representative of the '(ooteiiny Smelting & Trading- Syndicate. .   .  AGI'iNT FOH TJIOITT LAKK CITY ' FVANSPOHT. KASLO X- NAKUSP  re   m 1'  ./  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in'  Miners',   Contractors',   Blacksmith,   and '   ,    *  =*=** . '.   -.''._ Ship Chandlery Supplies.  ,      Al'O a complete line of  ",  Shelf *T;lnd,."Hc;ivy,   HARDWARK? ' u^      .    _.  ,    ,      , v������������=asz^'^j>   '     .Carpenters'   'Tools,    &c.  pessop's Steels,  Ore Cars,  Ore Sacks,   Lie������  PLATIi GLASS A SPi-X;iALTV.  wrt.cI.,i^^t,.,. -, ��������� ._   .,.,  ��������� VANCOUVER, RC.  ^R. HOWSON jSi-OO..".  Furniture Dealers & Undertakers.  . Upholstering and Picture Framing a Specialty.  Agents for l.aymond Sew iiiy Machine   "i.innfaei'ui ci s Life I nsurance Society,  ,~'  Union   Fin:   Insurance.   Co.,   J'mvincial   liuililini;--and Loan AKssociat ion,  Oiic.wri and Pianos. <  The WM. JCAMHTDNIANPACMING CO.; Ltd;  MA.\Ij1"\\(Tu1{KI1S Oi'" , ' -      '  ���������THE"." RELIA^G^ "l iViIi^H^, KILLiSS KB S;t;������LTi:;:l RMHEERY  ,     FQ5.T!if, Dfl^iOirar.GAMA;: ,.-"���������  . (U.'icljr License from THE E. P. ALLI3 CO., Milwauksc, Wis.)  V " o   ���������   -    -   ,  Ciu-liei-. Ifoll-.   .lii^i-. '('oiii-eiilrators,   Scrc-e'i:.-,   ,Sl; nips' l''iin|i.-.   Coinpre.ssor.s.  Iloi-t*-." i.oiK'i--. Kimi'tie.-..  Water Wheels. Ktc.  Sole Agents (or B.C. for JOHN BERTRAM &. SO'-JS Machinists' Tools.  nAMftn^AM  nsri\������������������^nfiS   p^^TmIP PO  uANAuiAi^  ut^sirifiL LLUnhib hu  ili.miti-:i-.i  Head Offices,   i oronto, Ont.  fcZS.1* 'U11' th"i:' M<Hk Wi,r. ^"Manufa^urerSiof Electric'MininS Apparatus,r  ���������Katiiloop-- ha*,  issued   a   po-ter   ;n- , ] |<���������\is. Pumps   l,!,,sw;>*.   l-'.ms. i'.i.iitn.j .\pp.ii.ini-.. I ������\ n o-. for Li^lnin^ and  iiouiicing a Jubilee programme c-nj| the p���������NVl.,., 'm ..\,,\, :',.r ail  I'm p..-s >. ��������� ���������  ���������'2nd.    Ainonii the alt factions   oll'i r-d ..." -  -., i  u'hiehv.'ill nodoubKlr.'NV KlnciriC'il \i\v.\ tiv^iO'i <A \,n-x," siuv^siuliv operaieil up  in  0O  iir.rr   nil\nr   TO.\J!CV"������QQin'i.   0VQTCPJ1  rriLL   ! ilAoL   i ilA.vOii'li^ClU:.'  >j (OS ������.ifi.  DO0FSi  Windowsg.   Mouldings^    Casing's*]  Fosts5   Balusters, .. Stair   Rail,  Bra.^1  crasciB,  5  ra5tas  -     B ^  -4 JIM  <i      111*11 H-i't>  BSVELSTOKB  .? STATION,   B. O.  McLennan,- McFeely '���������& Co. Ltd.  ''   -       ������������������������w(iioli-:sali-:  \ ���������  Iron, Steel, Miners', Mill and Blacksmith Supplies.  Hardware   -   -   Stoves   -   -   Enamel Ware.  122 CORDOVA STREET,       -----   -? -   VANCOUVER,-B.bC.  J..\\\  CAMl'MON, S-yn/an/-7'ri'M.s)(,rer      . '    '��������� '   '     J.   K.  W.   MACFAK L.-VN IC, Maiuujcr.  KEm WlAGlliyECV  .SAWMILL-.RlACIIitBY  ^ARiiiE hmm  ' General    founders,  engineers. boiler-  makers and, manufacturers of all classes'  of machinery. '  nmm  ['ti.-^sr-jry^-;^!-  '>i.������ifc������;������,s3T-  KIll> IN,STOCK  a full supply of  , engineers' and  fj mill supplies, pipe and-  :j- fittings, brass goods,,  -s steam fittings, n; wood-  | split pulleys/oak tanned  I    leather beltim>", etc.  -a.  Hstimates for .boilers  .and engines on application.      '''',.  Oorn6P of'Aisxands? S(. 83(1 f Bstffliaslfip Ave. Yaneonvep," p. .'"  P.O. Drawer 754.  Cable adclres's " Cove."  5  Hardware  C?"J",-.-.-vvo,c'  Tinware  Tinsmit  8,  lire: .speec.ie** ������"  a lar^c crciwrl.  "Mr.   yu.s-iiii.'iii.    C'  P.    It.    iniiiii  ^ngineei', was Iipi-o this week   and   \\ih    KELSON  ^'ci'ihrcntirh the countv with   tlie- chief'  ''Paints   -,   Oils   --.-Glass. - ���������-���������  Special attention given mail orders.       *  ^'""~'~"~  aEVEL3TblOi-B'STATION^B. O.  milt'T  It ..;..   , "  !!   !".  VANCOUVER.  olheials ot'   the* road   who   aic   *-lr.itly     ��������� ^_ ^,     ,    _ ' ��������� 1      j_ _    ^,_    "Q r -~t<B^  stoke- or Fere:uson and wish-  H. 'N  N     g  /UUnO  ! rjfrwii  GBIsTBEAL     l^,/!:EI^OI3:-A_:N",:,:,���������'  H'ST  -4 X^jih.  tr*  IV U  '������  . ������x|iect^d ,out liere.                          ' -Lom^  Jim 1'oiipoie. the contrac-mr for   11> s  ���������jitiles   iif   the   Slocan    lliver   tai!ro.-nl. ���������               ~'(               ~.    ~~     ~-    -      ���������������*_          ,                          t-            t   -j  Ave.... out, Wednesday afternoon hi   the 121-^        ^O       CUS'pOS.ec     Oi       UllQTfl '     SilOUlCl  imlman   car    with    Piemier    Turner ^_ -               ,                 l^,    -���������,     r**iTT  /VTT7*  Straws often coll how the u ind   hiou.. aaCireSS.              O.   iii.   ^jCiii. W ,                                     ���������     ,  ���������'   I'M. A.lair^ot home   M.-n.l-.v���������.if..*,- Real   JUState  JkgSYi.t,  noun.     He wciir ai   tar   a.-'   \\ niiiij eir _^                 T      i.-     T             yV   (T*i  .,n hi, sad mission mui w.ic* i,iet i.v .             .                   rcevei3bOK.e, i>. !o.  -    jvlntivcs there.     J Ifl slaved oft a while  ___ , 1 .- ;   at  Oxhnw, and at   Winnipe..' -au   Mi.'r. '  ���������                                     ^  Merrv D.-l Val.      I Te repo, is tin* ' i-.p- /^%          J               A!    I    |\M               -  looking well Imi the v-a-on cold \J[ .       }_.      ^ L LH II j     -<^S^aSB^'  .).  V..   Ilo-������..  "who    e<)t    in    "ii    tin* '            .;..,..,         -,               -i         t~*    -     jt                  '  -n     '~1, ^ ^. ^���������J  Hi.nu.,-andT1.-.p[*er .*���������,.,..p .'.nd *Ai,., Wholesale jioots ana i^noexJ,  h.i- oilier iiili-fp-l**   in    Lanl'-.m.    wc-nf ���������,���������.,.,,������������������_     ^ rt  ���������/Imwm   the,-..  >f,.nd.'.v  to .'ommen..- 13 & 15 Cordova St., VANC0 U v EP������, B.C.  ��������� ^s'ThJ^uTI'S rarric. ti,- .��������������� t ii..- n. mi^r"'. -ind ,���������-. :���������" ������..r * iw, .:. .!., All kinds of iron and sheet-Bietal work.  Kev.t.ineMianii.iin   ami   XoMh    K-rkO        ,     t>...  ..;         \\>;., ,.,r    .,,,���������;,.   '                                                    --=====^=*^^^==    Mimnff   IVOrfc   aiid  tOOlS.  nacM  11  (Lusn  H 4  *,(;(���������! lolls.  I * I'i , V l" 11 f < ���������  4jn'['.\TION WA VfKIi -|ij .. voimir ,'li'l'.i-  7> ('i.ini-lii' ill u li"l''! or priMil"- f.unil}.  'AcliJpc--. T. fillUiIN'i;-'. (i.,i< ut. I!. ('.  0  ii .  Newman,'   !Fipefltting and roofins- ==  NOTICE. 'nnirn41      Hflrnn?JlMT      Pin'   nCUm    ROBT. GORDON, Revelstoke Station, B. c.  Aaw^^ffl GENERAL iVIhKGnAM   mx mic������[  ___  AGENT FOR BAIN WACONS, BUGGIES, ETC  Jhitol! Tlnif-.d.o- ru;\(. :.'lrli. I"' ������������������'���������!��������������������������� _������   , ^.,,  I'l! l'i>. \\ l.'ONfi.  ii i n.t.irj.  Tenders Wanted.  i  Full line of-prospeeuor's and  rniner?s suo^tcs -alv/ays in stock  MlKMlKUS  A|jIi!:t:.i**Krinill><-iiii'lM-1������ii">l I   i-AAliXUX     >^>      >J\s~\JjLJ~...>~KJ      ^> .J  I      nl tin; Hiili-I Viel'ii'i.i. l:< ri-l-l<ik'-,   v.ill   I"'  -i j *  r.Wi"-.i'il'j.^^Vi^V'i;i.''ii;'-:i:if'r;.'-.jwfi ..n n.������- of   TDO(XGTSjf>G    0?1C8S.  rfiiii-cl   Minii-.il  ci/iiin.  .���������<:  I<'<'l   i"  tin- '-a''I     **u      ii.uu^i   -j  '> fi'd etc������������������]. wiili tin- pri-. ill c-'i' nf ' \l'-inline ..ii  {  ;.ii.Kivi:ii,,-MV-K-rfc..'.i.     I ' "Prov^-^ioilS.   ot=0  Tlie riiiii.c-l f'liiiin i- -citii-it'-il  .il.on'   -M  mil'--*    J-   ^- V/ V i.w.i*UlX^������       --������������������'-  ���������'  <!'(>iii tin.'  KMi   Ciecti   I mil  .ni'l  hIioiiI   ������ iiiil<-s  from I/inliHii,   Tin* foi-iimt i'������n U -> I i-i.. '  f;,0������;lf;s; THE covvan-holten-downs co  AilEOWHBAD, 12.0.  ^^.^ Wholesale Dealers in  ^31,     J������-   >,**.  : I.I,    .\('('0l.'N'l'.-i   ii������iii.n>'t. ?Mici ." I'l'oyinr.l.'il  Clinic f cf I I.i .Un:' > :ii'.'l ( .Miilii'1 Mn c (  ..      .  ��������� VA'fv(.-* )[������������������ VI ���������.{<;. .,!'���������..  ^  A 1,1,   Af'COl.'NTS   in-in.li>'!.  .Mid.   l'io       ...  fiiiviTilliiciit. fur Lln:. l.'eviiMnke   liivisic... ,.                     ..������������������.,      ,., , [,.       ,    ���������      ..   11  v>t   Weil, ��������� Kootenai v  iimij-1   I'': i'i:iieli--r':'l  to Hi'*..  Ki|iiipp'eel   wiih   I'Je-y.'ilor.   IMe'lri'-   l������il  /���������:..ve-i'.,im.|,|.   Ai-i'i'il.   at.    I.'e.-veilHteil'e.:   nol   liilorj.:  (|(i;fii    ;, ;,,v���������.,,,,.,,u.  ,!������������������,hi^-hiii.t;     _(, ();(.(.A((AA1  f^-iy //'>l'irr;;ine-.Ml A^i-lil  llieiell'l'll    i in |)l'e)Ve-l!i''ll I --.  I!;il i-.< S^ lli-i'. (I i V.  e;il ell -,.(\i'il ll.  In.I.    Water!   'anel-  all  a. Thomas, ruMi'itiKToi:.  ALES, WINES, SPIRITS AND CIGAR  ���������.'���������;.,       . '-.,.���������     I     . ������������������������������������ ���������' ���������,.":���������.������������������.  m  ESS  ... ... ~g_

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