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Array Vol. 8,-t-No. 11.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, JUNE 21, 1901.  $2.00 Per Year.  .Come and See Our Beautiful Display  of Spring Merchandise.  6 The Leading* Store."  BBsaaaam  BEAUTIFUL WHITE GOODS.  ���������Fancy   White    Muslins.  Laces,   Valancines,  etc.  All-over  f SWISS & DIMITY MUSLINS.  A most beautiful assortment of these  fashionable goods in various colors at  i r,���������i yj4, 20, 25 and 30 cents.   '.    c  of A. Hold  Sessions Here.  Special Provincial Police Are Beiria  Called Off.���������Specials Will Be  ���������. Sworn Under Authority of Do-  ^jninion Railway Act  UfiDER SKIRTS.  EASTER GLOVES.  1 BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS.  Mercerised Sateen  colors���������All prices. *  Skirts  in endless  We ' sell  the famous Perrin's Gloves  ���������Once worn always asked for.  Just ,to 'hand the" finest shipment of m  Boys' Blouse Suits, These are the p!  best made in Canada, and don't rip W  anywhere.  *< - '_. ���������L "   ""  I MENU CLOTHING.,.  We have   just   opened Qup a   large  range -.of beautiful--Satin-lined,   All-|p  " wool' Serge, and-.Worsted Suits, and \b&  ,    .'-��������� marked  them  away down.    Call'and K  see us before buying elsewhere.* "~'  , The trackmen's strike throughout  the entire C. P. R. system which  has been anticipated for some time  took effect at 6 o'clock' Monday  morning in accordance with ar  circular issued by the committee at  Montreal which for some days had  been endeavoring to make an  amicable settlement with the railway "officials of,the grievances of  the men on" different divisions, of*  the line. The circular read as follows:���������  "Dear Brother:���������Being unable to  effect a settlement according to  your expressed wishes with . the  Canadian Pacific railway officials,1  your general grievance committee,  .as provided for in the certificate of  authority hereby orders- a- suspension of work to take effect on  Monday, June 17, 1901, at- 6 o'clock  a. m., as authorized by section 13,  page 28 of, the constitution ,of the  Brotherhood of"Railway Trackmen  of America. ' ���������   ���������  "All foremen in'.the maintenance  of way department will-' put their  cars and all tools in the car houses,  and lock the doors, turning over all  keys belonging to Abe -company to  the- nearest station agent, after  taking his receipts,_for same.��������� -Then  -send the following message to their  superintendent or officers.   **    ���������  "Mr. ���������    Myself  and   men  have suspended work and will not  be responsible for company's property in our charge after 6 o'clock-  a. m., June 17, 1901.   (Signed),���������'-  30.. when the question of pay and  conditions of Maintenance*of Way  employees .were fully discussed  with them. It was pointed ,out  that the Canadian Pacific Railway  Company had made extensive  enquiry, and found they ^vere-then  paying a? much���������and in many  cases' more���������than was paid by  o her railways, and that the con-'  clition of section men on the whole  were very much better on the Canadian Pacific Railway than elsewhere.  The Committee were also advised  that the Company, desiring to see  their employees satisfied, had made  many increases! dating from 1st  May and 1st June, benefiting especially those who had been in our  service for some time; which  increases amounted on the whole  to about $100,000.;' , "    ,  A memorandum of- .the .rules,  dated 7th June,. 1901, governing  the service of section foremen and  section men was also issued by the  Company and since then has been  added to.  The Company, in addition,  agreeing to give section foremen  transportation once a year over  any part of its line, and similar  transportation to other Maintenance of Way employees who have  been in the service three years or  more.    *  The Committee ''wore received  throughout the conference in  the most frank and kindly manner,  .and-afforded every opportunity-to  give reasons why their demands  ���������should be complied with, but have  failed to give anv sound reason.  1 v  While we know that many of the  employees on Maintenance of Way  are satisfied- with their pay and  .conditions, and are not' represented-  by this committee (having been so  ;advised by them), we feel that the  others, whom the Committee claim  Smith asking them to investigate  into the'infringement.on the alien  labor law liy the importation of  men.  A committee has been appointed  to see that no disturbance is caused  by ,the strikers by injuring' the  company's property.  SITEHIXTISNDKNT    Dl'CIFESNAY.  Assistant General Superintendent  Duchesnay was seen this morning  by a Mail representative and in  -answer to inquiries regarding the  strike situation said'that he knew  nothing except that there are very  few men at work.  McKenzie Avenue.  Incorporated by act of Parliament 1855.  HEAD OFFICE - -   "        MONTREAL  ' \Vm. Molson* Macpiierson, Pres.  7 S. I-I. Ewing, Vice-Pres.   James Elliot,' General Manager  PAID UP CAPITAL     ���������    .,- -     ���������'   '$2,500,000  RESERVE ��������� ' .��������� -. ; 2,050,000  general banking business transacted.  Interest allowed on depemits at current rates,.  F. MACBETH, Manager',  BEVELSTOKE, B. ft.  General  Beaston's Column Sur-  ���������   prised in Camp.  London, June IS.���������Lord Kitchener has cabled from Pretoria as  follows: *  '���������' Near' Welmarsrust, 20 miles  from- Middlesburg, '250 Victorian  Mounted Rifles, from ������ General  Beaston's column, were surprised  in camp at' Sfeenkootspruit by a  superior force'of Boers at 7:30 p.m.,  June 12th. The enemy crept up to  within short range rand" poured a  deadly fire into the camp, killing  two officers and sixteen men, and  wounding four officers and thirjlb  eio-ht men. Only two officers anel  iiftv men escaped* to General Beaston's camp. The remainder were  taken prisoners and released. Two  pompoms-���������were' captured' by the  enemy. Full details have not yet  been received."    *        *  The serious reverse which Lord  Kitchener reports is the first acci-  .-< dent of .the kiricl that has happened  to the Australian -contingent/and it  is supposed  to' be due to neglect of  . proper.; picketing. Although it is  offset by the defeat, inflicted upon  De Wet'the loss of guns, is'regarded  as a serious matter, which wil [.'encourage, the Boer? 7.to Continue the  '��������� jjtrugrgle.  ,. '���������.'.-���������'���������: ,.*'.  CORRESPONDENCE  Be abreast with the times and  have a fall show fair in the new  rink.  R. Tapping.  Revelstoke, June 18th, 1901.  GRIP AMD PASSWORD.  L. O. L.  The regular monlhlv meeting of  Revelstoke lodge will be held this  evening in (lie lodge room when arrangements for ,the 12th of July celebration will be completed.  I. O. V.  Court ,'Mt. Begbie attended service  .-it Ihe Methodist church Sunday even-'  ing when Rev. Ladner delivered an  able and appropriate address taking  his subject from St. John 8, 31 3d.  a. v. & a. y.  Fred ItYnspr, W. M., i.s in attendance  at Ihe Grand Lodge meeting being  held in Nelson this week, a representative from Kootenay Indue.  fl. E. R. Smythe left Wednesday  morning foi .Nelson to attend the  grand",., lodge, meeting,'  ������������������"...���������������       ,'.,.. ���������,.-.'.  ��������� , I    ' :   -      - -������������������������������������".  "���������"Don't''forget the garden 'party* fit  Mr."! Lawrence's, Tuesday evening.  Jtitie.2otb. A good musical 'programme  will be" given on tlui veiatul.-di, Refreshments will be served from booths.  Admission 2*k-t.s.  "This message should   be. sent  promptly at-6 o'clock a.m. on above  date  or   as   soon    thereafter    as  received.   No order to resume work  should be taken notice of ��������� unless it  bears the written signature of your  chairman and. the impression of the  grand division seal of"the Brotherhood  of   Railway   Trackmen    of  America,   All bridgeme'n receiving  notice as above 'will, comply with  same and be governed accordingly."  On the mountain divisions the  men are practically .all  out���������including.bridgemen, section bands  and  watchmen���������there   being   but  few left to Watch over the interests  of   the   company.     Monday   and  Tuesday evenings a number of men  from various points along the  line  arrived in the city, and on Wednesday the number was swelled by an  additional 200 which were brought  in from the east on a special train  made up of the bridge crew boarding, cars the   members   of   which  promptly  moved all their effects  and took up, their abode in   the  different hotels, all of which are  crowded.   In all there are over 500  of the strikers gathered here!.  The following circular has been  issued by General Superintendent  Marpole of the Pacific division.  Vancouver, B. C,  June 13, 1901  To Maintenance of Way Employees,  Pacific       Division,     Canadian  Pacific Railway.  A Committee claiming to represent a large* number of our Maintenance of Way Employees had a  meeting with our management at  Montreal in April last, They submitted a memorandum of what  they claimed to be grievances (but  which, so far as concerned this div-  ivion had never been presented in  any way either to the undersigned  or to the superintendents in charge  of the respective roadmasters' sections); the committee .were told .as  it would take sqme"weeks to investigate sanie, free/' transportation  would be* given them to return to.  their homes���������and. a. promise.'was  made them that by the end,ofvu-jay  they would be recalled to Montreal  for conference. They were accordingly recalled-to Moiit^eal on ^av  to represent, should know the true  ���������state of affairs, .and 'we0rsincerely  hope, that ��������� neither 'the' Committee'  nor any * large number of.our employees who have been iiiothe Company's service for .years; and in  whose welfare the Company and its  officers are sincerely interested, will  be guided by reckless and hasty  advice,        * '        ���������    '  R. MARPOLE,  General Superintendent.  SPECIAL CONSTA15LES CALLED OKI-'.  I  Gold   Commissioner   Fauquier   was  seen by the Mail to-day said that he  had issued   instructions   calling in all  this badges of special  provincial constables and that in fuliir-j-the special  police would have to be sworn in and  act under* authority of the Dominion  Railway Act.    Asked as  to the action  of. certain   cases where it was alleged  certain  constables had exceeded their  iurisdiction .he said he bad found one  case and  the officer was immediately  dismissed.   . lie   was  emphatic in the  statement that the'duly of tbe specials  was confined entirely to tin? pi election  of  life  and * property  and they were  merely to report any damage or other  utatler which would tend to endanger-  either.    Under no circumstances were  they servants of the company for the  repair of damage or, intimidating men  to perform work for the company,  UNDER THK RAILWAY ACT.  In view ot the fact thatt.be provincial authoiities have discovered  that  they   lack  jurisdiction;;iii  the matter  iind have made a mistake in  the appointment ofvtbe small army of specials  which have been sent out all over the  province,'it is probablo that the company will ask foi their re-appointment  under' the ' Dominion    Railway   Act.  This confers.no greater powers upon  the specials, who may be sworn ih before,anj' J! P. br-nVagistfate. "In any  event they can only -be used- as peace  officers,  as evidenced bytheoalh lo  which   they  will   have   to  subscribe,  which  is  as   follows:     "I,  -���������,  FALSI! Hl-JPOUTS OV Tltqi'BLI".  The Nelson Tribune publishes  the following*- special from Vancouver under date of June 19th: "The  first clash between strikers and  special -police in the Canadian  Pacific trackmen^ difficulty oceur-  ed this morning at Revelstoke,  where four strikers attempted to  put the officers out of business.  The policemen stood their ground  against the others, who were armed  with sticks, After a short affray,  in which no one was seriously hurt,  the striken;, retired to prevent  their being arrested."  Nothing is known here of the  above, occurrence,-and the strike is  being conducted locally in perfect  order. It is true that a number of  special policemen have been sworn  in since' Monday, and in this the  government appears to** be taking  an active part, , but there is no  evident, necessity for such action.  Today, a number of members of, the  late Strathcona Horse force are  about the streets and it is said they  too have been employed, in the  capacity of peacemakers but there  is no probability of their services  being required,   lt'is further stated.  however, that one   of  sworn   in  the  IH  1������  spocia  thought.  Tuesday  better of his action and resigned  SPECIAL l'OLICi; TAKK A HAND.  Rumors are current today of  special police taking an active part  in persuading strikers to return to  work or intimidating.' them, a One  instance is said to,have occurred;at  Wigwam where the.-police,attempted to drive a crew'of; Japs, out of'  camp to cut a fallen tree from the  track. Another.report comes from,  Sicamous that the' police stationed  there.insisted on the 'Chinese turning out to work.      .��������� "'".    ,;;',.    7"  '.; 77     .    .1). Ii. T. OK A.   . ".������������������' .���������'  ��������� . The local lodge of Brotherhood of;  Raihyny trackmen of America held  Meetings  yesterday   and ��������� today at  which a large number cif candidates;  were admitted making the membership between 200 and 300. .  Yester'dav a   wirer was ��������� fentjr to  ;Gcq, ^ J^-eJlj-ty P., iind'Ratyh  having been  appointed   constable   to  act upon ��������� and' along Canadian Pacific  Riilway,  undei\ the piovisions of the  'Railway  Act,'"do ^swear that I will  well   and   truly serve  our  Sovereign  Lord the King, in said office of constable, without favor; affection, malice  ���������or ill-will, and that I'will to the best ol  my power cause the peuciTtb be kept  and   prevent  all offences against tl.e  peace, and while I   continue to   hold  said office  I will to the  best of   my  skill   and   knowledge    discharge, the  duties thereof faithfully."  f Under  the  provisions  of this act a  constable may  act  on   oi   about the  trains,    roads,   wharves,   warehouses  and  lands ,of the   company    within  440 yds of the railway, but only as a  peace officer,   He may be dismissed by  .two J. P.s or Htipendary magistrate or  any officer of the company authorized  by (he   directors   of the company,for  that purpose. -Offenders apprehended  by him can be summarily disposed   of  by a J. P.  It* will be readily seen that a constable under, the "Railway Act" is  merely a peace officer and his jurisdiction extends no further and also that,  he is only a servant of the company in  so far ns lhat their authorized agents  have authority to dismiis him. ' It will  he well for all concerned that constables  to be 'appointed under this ,act be  clearly instructed iu their duties by  the appointing powei, because, as,is  well known, some men are too prone  to misuse a little brief authority and  in this contest it should be the effort oi  all   concerned    to .avoid  iinneccssiry  friction, which can only tend to eui-  bitler the strike situation. To the  credit of the men it must b<* said that  they have already taken aclion with a  view lo this end.   ���������  II, N..Coursier, and R. II. Le.\ C. F���������  came into Trollt Lake Thursday, lo  an interview Mr, Couisier inf.iiu.ed  the Topic7that they wrve down for  purpose of laying out a portion of the  laud to thewe.-t of Ihe wagon road  and adjoining the townsite into town  hits. The plot.will contain about font  ���������blocks and will be placed on the  market just us soon as the survey work  is completed which in likely to occupy  a week or so more. It is the intention  of the people engineering this move to  continue the ���������streets already laid out  tiiroiigh'their annex in order to avoid  all,,..awkwardness. As the ground  being,:laid out h very desirable for  residential pnrpo-es Mr. Cour-ipr is of  i he'opinion ilini be ������ill experience un  (Jifficuity ���������iiV4ispo>jn$' *>{ l-Jtf.-Jojpic,  DI0CESE0F  KOOTENAY  Meeting of the Synod  Election of Delegates  io  General  Synod of Canada.  ��������� " -l-^'J  (ftrom the Tribune.)  ' The second meeting of the syncd  of  the diocese   of   Kootenay   was  opened in St. Saviour's'church Nel-,  son   Wednesday   morning  by 'tl.e  lord bishop  of  New   Westminster  and     Kootenay.     The'   religious'  services    occupied'  about     three-  quarters of an hour, after which tl.e  members adjourned to the schoolroom.   Here the roll of the licensed-  clergy was read, and in addition to  the bishop and archdeacon,  tweho  clergymen answered to their name.",  the same being a quorum.'    ,'  The bishop then appointed  Rev.  E. P.  Flewelling   and ,Dr.  R.  E.  Bentley a committee to examine  the credentials of the lay delegates."  'The'annual charge of his  lordship was then read.    It was a very    ,  lengthy document dealing"with tho  work accomplished during the year  "and the present, condition of"the  diocese.   Following the reading of  it the committee on credentials reported, and on the roll   of   duly  qualified' delegates   being   called,  fourteen of .the thirty-nine elected  answered to their names, the same  heing a quorum.   The bishop  then ,"  declared the synod duly organized  and open for business. ,'  On motion of Archdeacon  Pent-  rcath, seconded by  Rev.  H.  Beer,'  '.'the Rev. H. S. Akehurst was elected   '  clerical secretary.  On motion of J. M. Lav, seconded  ���������  by*Rev. C. W. Hedley,  Dr.' R.  E.  , Bentley was elected'lay-secretary.,  The archdeacon- then   read   his'  annual report, and  on motion  of  Rev. H. S. Akehurst the same was  adopted.   '  The clerical secretary then read  the report '"of the executive com-;, '  mittee which upon motion of Dr.  Bentley, seconded by  Rev.  C. A,  "MbiiYff,"was adopted."  The report of the treasurer,in  printed form was submitted, and,  on motion of J. M. Lay;. seconded  by Rev. E.  P. Flewelling,  the re-   *  port was adopted.  "The. archdeacon then read tl.e.  report on the bishopric endowmer t -  fund, which was received and i's ������  recommendations   ordered   to    bu  considered separately,  On motion of the archdeacon,  seconded by Rev, E. P. Flewelling,  it was resolved that the committee  oh the bishopric endowment fund  be reappointed, and that the'bishop  till the vacancies on the same.  On motion of Rev. H. * Steele,  seconded by Rev. W. H. Hedley, it  was.resolved that further ^consideration of the recommendations of '  the committee on bishopric endowment be made the first order ef  business for the afternoon session.  Rev. C. W. Hedley read the re-,  port of the Sunday schools, which  on motion of,, Rev. H. Steele,  seconded by Dr. Westwood, was  adopted.  On motion of Rev. J. 11. Lambert,  seconded by Rev. E. P. Flewelling,  it was resolved that the election- cf  the executive committee anel other  synod officers not already elected  be made the first order of business,  at the afternoon session,  The first reading was then given  to the canon on superannuation,  etc. The canon was then committed, when it was resolved to have  the same printed* before giving it  further consideration. This was  reported to the synod, and en motion of Rev. C. A. Procunier, seconded by J. F, Armstrong, it was  resolved to make the further consideration of this canon the first  order of business for Thursday.  .On motion of the archdeacon,  seconded by George Johnstone, it  was decided to have the bishop's  charge printed for distribution  among the parishes of the diocese.  An amendment lo the constitution with respect to the election  of by delegate was then moved by  dlfc^r^^^ THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  Zhe Hiootena? ilDatl  PU13LISHKD KVKRY FKIDAY.  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  Ubsoription   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  ADVKRTISING nATF'S quoted on appli-  ccitioii.  JOB PRINTING of every kind at mo.-.t reason  able rates and shortest notice.  ACCOUNTS' for job printing or advertising  p.-iy.-ible on the first, of overy month : pub-  f-criplion-j p.iy.iblc .-triotly in advance.  C0HKK.SPONDKNCK invited on all mill tors  of local or public intcrunl. All conmiuiiic.i-  tion.s lo the Kdilor inu-lhc accompanied  by the name'of tho 'vriter, not necessarily  for ptiblicfltion. but .is an evidence- of  (jnnd faith. Correspondence iiuu-t reach the  office by Tuesday c\ ening- in order to find a  place in the lirsl is=ue oi! the M.viL after  receipt.  ,  , Address  Tmc Koothnay Mail,  ..Kevelsloke, B.C.  P. 0. Hox 70, Hovel-toko Station.  Telephone Xo. :i(J. ���������  cial end has a good start and steps  .���������>liould be taken without delay  toward? completing the preliminaries and getting the work of construction commenced, in order to  have the, building completed during the fine weather when the work  can be done at a much'le.*:.*: cost  than later in the peaFon.  CITY AC.KXT8.  Copies of Tin: M.mi, may be obtained from  the follow ing city agent-.:  ' .!. W. HiiN.N-icrr.  Caxaha Dkl'i; & Hourc Co.  !���������'. Ii. N'nu.s .  Vancouver Orangemen Actively Arranging Details.  LONDON, ENO., AGKNCY.  The liniieiial T> pe Foundry e'o��������� Limited,  Advertising ArciiK A High Street, Prenlford,  London W., Kngland.  Ktiropenn and Colonial Advertising Agency,  HCFleetSt. -  TORONTO AGENCY:  '  , Central Pres-: Agency, Cunadiiin Advertising  ' Agency, Agents.  TMONTRKAL AGKXCY.  A. McKiin & Co., Agents.  Desharat.s Advertising Agency.  ' SPOKANE AGKXCY. ,     ,  Alexander k  Co.,  Advertising Agents,'j-.'l  First Ave.   '  i  ,      .-      . .  ...SAX FKAXCISCO AGENCY. '.  K, C. Duke, CI and 1!j Merchant;-. Exchange,  Agents. '  NEW YORK AGKXCY.  Remington Bros., 310 Broadway.  *    CIRCULATION.    ���������  Tin:   Kootk.vay  Mail ha.s a fir.-.t-cl.i-is circulation   in  the Citv of   Rcvol-telco and Mir-  nmnding  district, und  al.-o   at  the following  ''place--.:  Albert Canyon Illooilluwacl  ��������� Glacier lingers I'.l-.-  Golden H-ilmon Arm  Arrowhead Thomson'.- Landing  Comaplix Caiiibornc       ,   .  Trout Lake Cily Kergiisou  Halcyon Hot Springs Xnku.sp  Burton City Eire Valley.  ,   rj    W. OltOSS, M. D.  ���������?/.','    SURGEON TO THE e:. P. R.,  OKFICEU.  CITY IIKALTH  Oflice: '1'aylor Block, Mackenzie Avenue,  H  AKVEY & JJcOAKTER  BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.  OFl'iCtS I     JMOLSON'S   RAN1C    Ul.OCIv,    PiLVLL-  -    stoki:,' B. C.  Money to loan.  *  Ollicer: Revelstoke, R. C; Fort, Sleek*, R. C,  Geo. S/McOakteh, J. A. Nahvev,  Revelstoke, B. C. Fort Steele, B. C.  J.  31. SCOTT, JJ.A., LL.IJ.  Barhistuk.   Solicitor,   Notary  Public, Etc.  McKenzie Ave,   :   lluvelaloke, 13. C  A  i.1 r  II. IIOLDIC1I  Thearrangoinentsfor the celebration  of the2Jlthannivr*rsary,oi' the Battle of  the Boyne, which willnbi! held in Vancouver on the I2tli of July, were still  further perfected at a meeting of the  celebration committee last night at  which nearly every member was present.  Tbe reports of the vat-ions sub-corn-  inittoes were received and all reported  progress.' ,'JL'he matter of choosing  speakers for the platform meeting and  tbe time, to be allotted each one was  left in the hands of tbe grand master,  Bio. D. Donaldson, who is chairman of  the subcommittee appointed to attend  to these details. Quite a substantial  sum was reported to be already in  hand by the collecting committee. The  transportation commiltceare endeavoring to make arrangements for the benefit of the iipcounlry brethren so that  their return tickets will be good from  the 10th to 15th inclusive. Tho park  and gate committee intend to call for  tenders for the refreshment' and  amusement privileges on the grounds  for that day.,   '       ������ *  From communications received it  was learned that the Victoria brethren  will be present in good numbers'and.  will likely slay over until Sunday. A  large nutnbei fiom Cumberland will  also accompany the Nanaimo visitors  who are coming over in two, special  steamers.'   ,  Jnvitations aio to be extended lo the  mayor and aldermen to be present and  hacks will be placed at their disposal.  It was also* lesolved'to petition t.he  mayor and council al their next  regular meet ing to proclaim a civic  half-holiday on the afternoon of Friday, July 12, so as lo allow those who  wished to do so to take part in "the  'celebration'. '    ,,  The day's eelebiation will conclude  with au entertainment, of some kind  undei the auspices of Vancouver lodge  No. 1500. The cxacL form which this  ���������will take has not been definitely decided on, but many aie strongly in  fav'oi of holding a ball as a lilting 'conclusion to the day's festivities.  A meeting of the .--ports committee  will be hekl  on   Thiiisday  evening  at  which the matter of a lacrosse or baseball match will  be finally decided  oil j  and the complete programme of sports '  drawn  up.    The  procession   promises .'  to be one of  the  and  some  of the lodges   are   making  elaborate preparations in  the  way of  regalia for taking pai t iti  that event  In addition   to  the   Sixth  take charge of the Oddfellows'  Home  project.  On reassembling in the evening,  after the transaction of some unimportant business, the lodge closed in  the Grand Lodge degree and re-opened  in the third degree, after which a large  number of scarlet decree niemhe.i-s in  waiting were admitted, and the Grand  Master pioceeded' to install Bro. \Y.  Hogg as Grand Maxtor for the ensuing  year. On the conclusion of this ceie-  inony, the new Grand Master installed  lbe following officers elect:. A. Graham, Victoria, D. G. 7M.: E. C. Ai-thure,  M. IT)., Victoria, G. W.; Fred Davey,  Victoria, G. S.: F. T. Neelands, Vancouver, G. T.; W. II. Morton, Nanaimo,  G. It.  The Grand Master made the following appointments to fijl the subordinate offices, who weif regularly installed: Thos. Taylor, Trout Lake, G'. C;  McKenzie, New Westminster, 6. M.;  Newton, Vancouver, G. 07: J. Bell,  Victoria, G. II.; Re.v. Irving, Vancouver, Grand Chaplain. The Grand  Master .then announced the appointments of tho district deputies for the  next year and the committees.  Saves Two from Death.  "Our little daughter had an almost  fatal attack of whooping cough and  bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. Iv. Havil-  and, of Annonlc, N. Y., " but. when all  other .remedies failed, wc saved her  life with Dr. King's New Discovery.  Out niece, who bad Consumption in  an advanced stage, nlso used this wonderful modicin-> and to day she is perfectly well." Desperate, throat and  lung diseases yield to Dr. King's* New  Discovery as to no other medicine on  earth. Infallible for Coughs and Colds.  50c. and SI.00 bottles guaranteed by  the Canada Drug and Book Company.  Trial bottles free.  yARGE  '  I SAM  "^������hot  ARGE AND .WELL LIGHTED  AMPLE ROOMS. Heated by  hot air and electric bolls an  light in every room. Ercc bus meets all  trains.  REASONABLE  RATES.  Night Grill Room in connection for the  convenience of Bjj������ifaiJirrjviiiflr and de  part ing by nifjht ."  car between hotel aim m.  .-���������,v������nt  JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR-,   RhVELSMT^  NOTICE.  ���������pMerehant  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  Prospectors and mine-owner--: are invited to  contribute lo the ICuorux.vY JM.wr. information of a reliable: elm muter regarding their  properties, describing surface showings,  development work and result-, attending it,  .assays, and new discoveries. Tho editor  desires to make the Mail a means of  furnishing to investors reliable information  1 concerning tho progress and development,  of the mineral resources of North Kootenay.  , The C4ranby ��������� Consolidated have  agents on the coast collecting data  regarding the present and possible  future oie supply which would be tributary to a smelter on Burrard inlet.  Should the report of the agents be  favorable the company propose, erecting a smelter at Vancouver.  Ernest Mansfield returned from llie  old country the past,, week and went  'nt once to inspect his Camp Mansfield  properties. He was accompanied by  Count Frederic de JB.iilliencourt, who,  it i.s believed, isforeign representing e  of a'new company organized, by Mr.'  Mansfield to work , the ��������� Mansfield  properties. n  On Mondav E. A. Uradlov, man--  tiger of the. Duquesne Mining Company paid over to Gus Hedstrom,  Chris Hanson, Ii. Howard and J.  Swords the sum of 8-1,500 being  amount of the second, payment ou the  bond taken last December by the,  company of the'Smith creek property  comprising the Blue Jay, Surprise and  Gertrude placer leases. Mr. Bradley  says he, expects .shortly to have 25  men at work on the properly.  Frank Holten was down to Trout  Lake on* Sunday last from tlie Metro  pulitan group* at the head cof the  North Fork and brought down with  him a> five pound sample of ore running over 8150 per ton in all values.  This ore was taken from a new strike  and at a depth of about 15 feet from  llie surface. , The discovery was made  while   cross cutting  the  lend'and the  STEAM   ROILER    INSPECTORS'   EXAM-  .     .' 1NATION.  A PPLTCATIONS for CMimiiia'tion for Steam  jC\ Roller Inspector.-, will be received bv tho  Chief Inspector ot steam Boilers, New Westminster. R. (.'., up to June 10th, lOOi. Appli-  'onnts must be bel ween the ages of 23 and 50  years, they must have had at least IIvo vears'  practical workshop experience as machinists or-  boiler maker':, and must also have a thorough  understanding of steiun engineering,  Forms of particulars may be obtained, on  request of intending applicants, from tho Chief  'Inspector of Steam Roilers. Xcw Westminster,  li. C, and must bo properly filled in and returned to him on or before the above-mentioned date.  The candidates selected for examination will  then bo notified as to dato andplnceof examination,  ,... The salary will be $100 per month,  '   W. C. WELLS,  Chief Commissioner of Lands & Work6.  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria, B. {)., 22nd May, 1001,  NOTICE.,  NTRAL HOTEL  ABRAHAM BROS.  PROP'S.  Newly built. ��������� First-class  in every respect. Al]  modern conveniences.  Laige sample rooms.    Eire  proof, safe.      Free 'bu������"  meets all trains.'  Under same manapempiit;  QUEEN'S HOTEL,  TROUT LAKE CITY  ANALYTICAL CUE JUST AND  ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London,  rioven yours at Jlorfa Works. Swiuisoa.  . Seventeen  yours Chief  Chemist to Wlgan  Coal und Iron Co., Eug.  Late Chemist nnd As-ayer, Hull Jlines, Ltd.  Every do-crlptlou  of as.������-c.y  and  analytical  work undertaken.    ,  ChiiuH examined and reported upon.  REVELSTOKE, 13. C.      '  .    , ,    .      ,       , ore was from one of   the first stungers  tcaluri's of  the dav. I i       *'        . ,     ,, .,  .   , ��������� , !.-' ' encountered.    A considerable quantity  lodges   are   making*| of ^ su|pliureta   (irft   to b������ nc*lic-ed  I in ihfi lead where the strike was made  laud   it  ia   believed   that  this circum-  .���������   ,       r       l"'"l!ril'"t-istauce i.s likely io run the ore awav up  band,   uiiimc   will   be    furni>ln,l    by   in lhe hnndre*d������.      The wo       "    '  several   other   bands.    A   list -of   the  principal hotels it- being; drawn ti*, and  the    vi.-ilors  w'iil  be  received  bv  the  j reception committee and conducted to  ; the various uo.-idries wbi-iv" an eai-Jy  i luncheon will be served so as to allow  llie. procession ,!o start sharp tit 12  ! o'clock.���������Province.  E  ,iD\VAUD A. IIAGGEX,  ���������  (Mem. American  In-tituto Mining lingiiieci's)  (Mem. Canadian Mining Institute!  UKVELoTljK'K. B. (.'.  Kfiiiiiinuticn of and report-; on Mineral 1'ro-  pci-tie.- a Specialty.  /. 0. 0. F.  \ Grand Lodge Session Closing Day  ---Officers Install id.  Zbe IRootena^ fl&ail  FRIDAY. JlW't: 21, 1001.  i Tiu; Grand Lotion I. (). O. F. ieas-  . somble'd at Nanaimo at 11 o'clock I-'ri-  ',. day.  ! Tin- proposed amendim-nt to th^  | constitution providing t hal  the   rij.ixi-  i k ot   cross-  ! cir.ting ii being continued with a for:e  , of three men.���������Topic.  . TTMr, \V. 7\, Piobi;rlsnn, provincial  mineralogist, is about to niiiku an oiJi-  ci-il trip Uiro'uKli a pottiotrof the  province tlie-1 of late has come into  jjreai prominence though some sections  nf-'it iiave hitherto been little explored.  'The party will consist of (he, Mr.  R'/i-erlson, -t packer, a cuok and two  McGii! student-, who will juin at-Yer-  iion and make the trip fur the practical A-xpwipnce it will afford thpin.  Leaving-Vernon with a pack train the  paity will* sisit the, mines in Fire  vailev,.tlipnrrj m.ike.a trip to the head  ��������� watfjn of Kellie ri\ er, a region that  N praeticylly unexplored and turning  south will n^xt. proceed to Rock cteek  and   t he Botiiiriarv country,    Turning  KOTICE TO   PRJ'l-EMPTORS  OF   CROWN  LANDS.  rplIK attention of Pre-omplors of CVown lands  .1 . is hurehy cnllcd to .in anieiidincni to the  "Land Act." passed .it the last soi'-ion of tho  Legislature, which provides' as follows, viz. :���������  '���������fl. Rro;etnptorsof Crown land*, whether in  arrears in payment, ot instalment* of purchase  money or not, -who at the tune of coming into  force of this Act have obtained Certilicateh of  Improvement, or who shall have obtained Certificates of Improvement within twolvo month*  thereafter, shall on conforming with the provisions of tho "Land Act," except ns hereby altered, be entitled to obtain Crown grant-i of  their pre emption claims upon completing par-  nients of purchase money at r.ho rnte of seventy-  five'cents per acre, and Crown grant fees,  which payments amy be made as follows:  "Twcntv-llvo cents pur acre on or before tho  ��������� Slht any of December, 1001 ;  " Twenty-live cents per acre on or before the  30th dny of June, 1002;  < "and the remaining���������  "Twcnly-flvo cents per acre on or boforc the  tilst, dny of December, 15)02, and without  .....   any further payment of mterct or arroaw  7;, oi" intercut.1'  Xp: vr. S. GORE,  7    Deputy Coinmispioncrof I.atidb & Works.  Lands and Works Department.  7, Victoria, B. C, lat June, 1U01. jli it  u    A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY & A HOUSEHOLD'.BEAUTIFIER.  A drjr powder put up in 51b. packages and in 25 beautiful shades.  When house cleaning,be sure and use MURALO and have something for your work.    Easily applied and wont rub off.  .  /McLennan, McFeely & CO. Ltd., 122 Cordova St., Vancouver, B. C.  CARPETS,  ART SQUARES,    <  RUGS,     \  LINOLEUMS,  WALL PAPERS,  CURTAINS,   ETC., ETC.  Everything to furnish a,Home in modest or elaborate style.  Write for our 1901 Catalogue���������free. It contains iuoo illustrations, all priced.  ' Complete Furnishers,  Victoria, B. C.  ysi'Mieni Distribution of Stumping Powder.  lanuei'o clo-tirous of bein^ aiipiilli'il with  blasting powder nl co-.t wire for iilcu'ltiB land,  can obt.iin.blnii!-: forms ioi'ruiiulsition from tlio  'PCrcttlriesyoI tlio -Farmers Iiibtitutus as follows.; :'v.7-u-.- ���������-.��������� ������������������.���������'���������'-: '.7,-'/>'rr v ���������; ^���������v.-'r -��������������������������� :-:- v; --.-������������������ .������������������-������������������  Henry ,IIil!?'.,r Albert) 1 - FanncM7 Iiistitutoi  JilbOrni;   r.:' .,.-. ���������:    :-,--������������������   ������������������ ���������-.;.;.���������     ----rrr      :���������;������������������������������������ ;;..  J. A..; Halliday,; Cj.diox ���������'F.'ir.:iicr.s';:"Iiistitutc,7'  Sandwlck. -.-': -a .. .x xax   '���������"���������'..   "'.'������������������ '���������.'���������"' -t':. ������������������'������������������.  ir.'dell. .MelliiiifcowiehaiiFarmors'. Institute,  SbniCllOS. , '������������������' ���������:];������������������_; ' ���������] \X-;.;. -. ... ,  ,1'bhn Stcwirtr.'''.Nanaiiiui-Ccdiir. Farnicivs' In-  ..    THE   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE  No. & K.-W.-O. BLOCK, NELSON, B. O.  T'?.,i,-,i?1wi<rr,"T^1 !y&Vop''or JIinci "'ll������L(-*d at tbo KXCHANGK.  ii JiJ',1!. ill IjIjL.no CrOrjl) properiic-. wnnicd at onoo for Iwiblorn investor.-.  rvwr vmlV'"8 ininlng* properly for a.Uo aro requwtod to send sample:  IjaCHAMII'j forexliibitioi). '  All Bimiplps .should.bo sent by c.\pros*1, PRKPA1D,  Correspondence solicited.   Addres-j all eouiniunicu  eu of their ore to tho  I eoumiunicutlons to  Telophono Xo. 101,   P. 0, Box 700.  ANDRSJW F, R03ENBERGER, Nelson, B.C.  -tittite, Stark's Crossing.''Nanaimo. '  _..lAH: Smart, Mctehosin .Farmers'-.Institute,  Jiistitute,  ttft������t ti)tJv w:  pass tiirolli_'b 111��������������� Siiriil  lint ;ill\' .-ip'li oi ' iiiiim of hciii-lit.-'li.. ri'diict'cl  J'ioiti  810  , Sii   r.\l!   there   i-  wurk commencing un the erection | P0*1' "'(,t^ f������1- ,,'u'il :?'1 Iji' 'tirintlilv di.es  uf the new M*huul l.utwe for which i l" ���������?������ I";''���������vk. f������"-Uw fi.-L '>D uv,k,,  the .-urn of ���������f-'i000 hah hecn'.-ct a.*-'tde  l>v tlie ���������.'ovcrnment.  iN'iUiitiK- it re frei[Uently hen I'd  the.-e day.- regarding the propo^yd  ho.-pital a.-, the project appear.-: to  be at a standstill. As fur a.-, can be  learned  the  matter  rests with the  i uii tl Mibsi-qiit'nt pei i<'di in tin- Sciim1  propoi-tinii, wa.-. after conmleralik*'  discussion, defeated liy ,i vote of 3d to  :������.  Tho prtiposcj t,im'p!uliiiijnt to the  constitution not to pay tiie appointed  Grand Lodge officers inileag- und jjet"  tlii'in (illowaiice will tlefedted.  The anieiidinent to the  constitution ,  proposed by represenlatives of Cnnten>  k-uneeii, iinr)    piiss-in'.'   o^er'liif: Jlope  'Mountains    <.u'il    C'.-irj.--    to   the   coast  ilii'iiiirii   thc>   I'V.isf'i' \������lii'v.    Jtisox  pf'Cted lltat lln"f; koii'Im wii] hf i a-  ipiii ������d ti, make lie- juurn'",', ������ url as  the co u nl ry is lhat linoujjh'v iiich a  r.iiiwiiy tn the cyast uould tra'.er-f.  rfJUblf? ollicifii  itif-Ji inatioti on th0 di->  ilctcliosin  . C,-.10. TCtng,v'Victoria ������������������'.Farmers'  Cedar Hill..  K.; Walter; Islands Farmers' Institute, daiigbs  Harbor, ��������� '���������������������������'������������������.'  .:���������:'  ���������, ��������� -'-A,   - ������������������������������������ Ar .-���������'��������� ,  K���������A. 13rowii,,Doll;i Fanners' Institute, tad-  nci'.;, ���������.     ..'   .'..;.: ; '���������'.  ������������������'���������'..���������      '. ��������� -.X^X''.'.- ���������" r. ���������''������������������.'.'��������� ..���������'  II. liose, 7Surrey, Farmers' ..Irintituto, Surrey  Cchtro. ���������������������������'���������.��������� ''���������   r.     ....   ..,....*;���������. ���������-���������( ���������.. ,���������'.������������������  A. 'II,. P. Matthew, tanslcyFarnu'rs' Institute, I.tmg'ley. ',���������       r    ,  Alex.'. I'hilip,'kichmoiid  Fanners' Instituto,  \ a n co live r.' : *..;'..   ��������� ���������   *���������..,.. ���������      ������������������,    .,  ���������A. .M.Verehere, Mission Farmers''institute,  Mission City.   . ,   ���������' ���������������������������'���������'.  Cj','-W. O'liarkiiy, Chilltwaak Farniers'Iiisti-7  tntc."Ohlllnvftok.    and _wiu.iv' it .comes: the ���������question of_ where you can pnrcha.se lo the best  advantage';'Aa;NEW7SPRING SU.IT. We liavp just opiened ,up our  S^ringAStoclvTof.'.-'Suits,"Pants,.Shirts, etc., and feci safe in saying that we  can  nwethaii' please 7you7in those lines.    Wc also.carry the SLATER  'SHOE.7a:'^^'7.a.,V;A7:.7 77;.'v..;:7;77; '   '  *  rAN.eedless;to-say our Groceries are always satisfactory, Drop in when  passing and Vsee- for-'.yourselves. Costs you nothing to see goods. No  trouble to sho\vihenr,;;" a .''';;  sl/,  Wm. Grcen.'ICeii.t Ftu'iiiers'Iiistitu.to.Aij'as-  Ji M. Wub.4erv M.aplo Itldtfd Fahnors'Insli-  -' ' tiitc.���������wobbler's ^'ortiers.      '. ','  , John .Hall, .Afatspiii Farniers' Instltule,Ab-  oots'piv.l, ���������  A, Ji. Crleliton, Osoyoo's, Farmers' Instituto,  Keiowniii- :���������, ��������� .  'iV.J'VIfrjHley.'Spriilumeh'eei) Farmers'Insti-  lute. Armstniiiiit.; '������������������*���������'  riicl will   re,ult  from the exploration.   tntAl.i&A?i^  Oi course the   icas'ir. for the trip is to I ,J-' Y- Smith, Kainlciops Farmers"InsUtuto,  ��������� i    ��������� m       T>   ��������� .       ' ���������       ,    * Jwmloops.     ������������������" .���������������������������'������������������  pinolB    Mr.    Jl-j';prt*'o;i   to   s Hit   ine      11. I^rey iiodye;, OktuiaBrtn Farmers'Insti-  mines   aiieadv   opr-ned   out in the di.-> , Un^''JuU,0,n.'7,,,,,., r.   ' ;",      ,' ��������� '  -   .   "     f '   Or i. w. l*a������ijtilt;v, Oovcriimcnt Au'ont, llov-  Uloki:\   '     '.���������..--���������'������������������  Front Street, Revelstoke, B.C.  tnet, and to %*l a ^pur-ru  i:iin������i'-ii po*.aii;:iitii>s '-'-A  theis have beeji no  mi  KJfia or Ujp  fif-re r������3 )H>.  n^ oppr.uions.  site committee which h= vL't has not! nial ]od^"' >Sa' 2U' ������iving lb" suIk"'- ' f /,        "  j   i    i.i        i    -.   -    *     i      .      ,    dinalen iiou't'f  to  liass a  by-law  that       DaafneSS,   Noi523  in the H^ad, b.c,  reported although  it ia understood I (hu me|1|ll)f.1_, imi������t ;lUetld>a ]v^v   pf���������itiv(,Iy t_,,t.,rl ]jy ilARLEy s ������AR  that   there   are   three site; under j meeijng ,lt u^t ,mce in evi-i-y three ; LOTION".    This m-w   l^mpdy  -o-s  consideration���������one  near  Turnross', month-, except from sickne.s.--, absence, ' 'iff'1? to fhp ������������������*f tu?>I 'cat of ihe rii-.vis*', ,  lots Oil   the north  side Of   the C. P, I "���������'f'tlier unavoidable cause to he liable , )l!,tl I';1K effect������'il -ii' ii reninfkuhlc cuien  P      another    ������*   A.ir-   imr.r.r  r,11fi r,f i tri a line of-nna dolliir,   met. with  the j! that the greatest hope is held out lo all  .:;;. ���������.'.',' ������������������������������������   H, H. AyU'liltSOXi..:"'-  ,  ' iJcputy Milliter of AgrlcultUU'i  Dftpartmrr.t.or.AKi'lcuitiiro,'���������"���������'���������'., .-.r  Victoria, Ii. COJayali.'lOO'i.      '��������� 7      ���������  a*.  a ably7.furnishecl with the choicest the market  . 7 affords, ;7 .BestTi'AVines, Liquors, & Cigars.  .���������'.;.Rates-$i a day.    Monthly rate,  the upper end of'  ,. T-      . iV    r,      . hoai'ly    eriilor-ieinent   of   Iho   Grand ! yuifei,',r--".*no nialtet' how l,.y\ or lon^'-  /.lCAOnzia. av,*nue   on ��������� ���������uC tmcltor ; L()clge| ,U1(1   w.,a   1)|;icLically  a(]0|,led j sl.indinff the case m.iy !>-.    Ono  bottle  -he    un.tniiiKiiis-Iy.  To-^niite  cxcxl   the   third  Ma it.  pvope:  noar the old  ���������ivharf.  "'A'ith the governmont prrnnt of  $4000 and the assured certainty of  another substantial sum from tho  Yjwjjit n<\w oj WW* \\\ri $m*  At t.he afternoon .sc.-.i.ion 27eu- 'W'es!-  niiiihlci* u.ih named as llie |;l,ic*<: for  holding the next wssiiiii of the (h'.un]  Lod^'1.  A   cornniiltee,  will)  Urand  M/isfer-  J will cure any ordinary cmi; and will  i be?ent securely  packed ;mr] post-paid,  and   te,tiitir,iiiai's  with  full directions  upon teceipt of ?;i.fl!) Older dii'*ci  from ./AAirw Vi. IfAKM-lv, 2:iHtockdah*  Ro.id, Honth   ^tui'liftli,   Loiului), Jj.s'o-  km  Gunsmith and  '   ...  Machinist,.;      ������������������ ���������.  Over. Lawrence's  H.ardv.'arc' Stofc,  REtBLSTOEEl,     :  All cksKrjS.of repair, and .i.iihchinisf  AVoik.:[)romj)tly attended to.'.  Wholesale and Retail  eat MQi*chant&  tWartfitwacimaaBaaa.  Head Office,'Abattoir and Cold Storage:  ;   :     -^s^Qallary, Alberta- A  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Kootenay Lodge  k  A Beautiful Engraving of  REVELSTOK3 LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  Regular mccliiitf.s are held  in Oddfellows' Hall every  oordially welcomed.  E. WATEUSON. N.G..   -     J. A. STONE, F.S.  II. N. COUHSIKR, R.S.  starting  June   ioth   will  make  the  run from coast to coast in  100 Hours.  Cheap rates now in effect to the'  Pan=American '  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets every Tuesday  evening in Oddfellows'  Hall at 8 o'clock.  Visiting brethren cordially invited to at-  r tend.  A. E. KINCAID, X. G.'    ���������     J. MATHIE, Sec.  Por rates, tickets, and full.information apply  to  T. VV. BRADSHAW, E. J. COYLE,  A g nt,    ' A. G. P. A.,' ���������  Revelstoke. Vancouver..  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS..  Royal Mail Llnes.p  .  Cheapest Route to tho OMCountry.  ALLAN LINE-From Montreal.  May 25th  Juno  1st  "-   8th  '"    15th  2:'nd  LOYAL     ORANGE   LODGE   NO.    1G58.  Regular meetings arc held in  tho Oddfellow's Hall on "the'  Third Friday of each month, nt  8 p. m. sharp. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  THOS. STEIil), Vi". M.  V. G. BIRNEY, Rec. Sec.  COURT MT. B3GBIE  I, O. F, No. 3iCl.  Meets in the Oddfc lows  Hall on tho second and  fourth Mondays of each  month.   Visiting'breth-  ren   Invited to attend.  For Only 10 Cents.     .  All over {he* world the-*? picture? will be ?old  'None know her but to lovt- her: None named  her but t.i jh^iIm.*." There are ten million people  in the I'uiu-d States aiul Canada who will c.-ieli  want one of thr������c lieauiiful picture--. They are'  foil .-izi*. HivL'i. No exarn-e ha* been -pixcd  and.tb.p j)ic-ture is well worthy of a handsome  fraiii..*: Agent-: can-ell HU a f'.a.v.1 s'amplcs by  Mail, post paid, l;v.  1 dozen pictures. '5c, sell for Sl.2.1. jiroiit 15c.  .ill piuttircs SU.fij    "      So/i'i    "    Siiit)  UK)       " $5.00  ' "      tld.uO   "  ��������� 85.00  Heller order 100 at once and -trike while the  Iron'is Hot. The time lo-;ell jrood-i.-when  the people want them.    They want them now.  HOME NOVELTY MFG. COMPANY,  P. O. Box 513, Dent.1 C3i,  CHICAGO,        : : ILL.  Attack of Royal Canadians at  ��������� Paapdebepg. -  moving siiiootlil v in opposite direct ions, j best year that   the Rand lias yet seen,  mid not in   the   least, interfering with   and tlie milling outlook in   the Trans-  Fishermen and Can-  ners   Meet.  3. RIXGEK,  C. It;"  K  D. J. O. JOHNSON,  ���������     ' R. S.  REVELSTOKE  Numidinn  Parisian  Sicilian  OoriiiLhian  Tunisian  20th  From Portland.  Juno 1st  - ��������� ' ������������������ 8th  .      ���������        "    SUlli  olst  June 7th  "   llth.  " L'lst  *   "   2iih  ,Nuii)idian    <���������  DOMINION LINE  dominion  , O.iinbronian  Vancouver ������������������  BEAVER LINE-From Montreal.  Like Ontario     ���������     ���������     ,"    ���������      ���������     May 2Jtli  S.S, Lii!������iwnia  Lake Clinmplnin    ��������� .  Lake Megan tic  Lake superior  Lake Simcoe  'Piwonfters ticketed throup-h to all parts of  Oroat Hrlrain and Ireland, and at specialty- low  races to alliums of the European continent,  Applv to nearest railway or steamship agent or  lO;  . T.' W. BRADSHAW. Agent, ItoveTutoIio.  TinVGE    TAJBLB'  S. S. "Lardeau."  t  Punning between Arrowlicnd'nnd Thomson'*  Landing commencing June 10, l'JOO, will sail as  follows (wctulior permitting):   .  Leave Arrowhead for Thoriisoii's' Landing  and Comnplix- at 7k. daily.  Lcavo Thomson's Landing and Connplix for  Arrowhead at'17k. daily, connecting with all  l". P. 15. train-, and boats.  Tho owners reservo tlio right to change times  of sailings without notice.''     '  THE FRED ROBINSON LUMBER CO. L'TD.  I". nOIUNSON,  v Managing Director,  The present N a time when war pictures arc  in greater demand than ever.   Tin: condnctof  the Uritish ������oldiers on the battlefield has won  tlio plaudits of admiring nations.   We have  of great expense published four large, beautiful  pictures, 3izo20.\:'l, on heavy, superfine, calendered  paperT    A picture  that will commend  itself and send n tnpill to tho heart of every  true" Canadian i- the one called Attack of  Royal Canadians at Paardeberg, there aro  literally hundreds of figures-on this picture,  the mountains or kopjecs stretching out into  the distance aro swurmirK with men, while  here and there a prostrate figure speaks only  too well of the Boer riflemen.    It was on this  battlefield  the gallant Major Arnold met  death unflinchinKly.    It" is only too true that  many of those gallant In arts that beat so high  when  the cheering thousands bade them  God speed as they sailed from Canada's shores  now ho still forever in lonely graves on tlio  other Fide  of the world under African skies.  To evory Canadian honrt, in every Canadian homo, the deeds of their bravo soldier  boys speak with an Irresistible   thrill of  Patriotism and pride.   Gordon Highland-  ore at tlio Bactlo of Belmont. Charging  tho Boer Guns at Elandslangte, and tho  Charge oi General French's Cavalry on  the .Kotreating General Cronjo's Army.  Thosoarc all stirring pictures and cannot fail  to commend  themselves to any ono who will  examine thom.   Thev aic aSS KOT SELIi-  EltSI    Agents   coin    money,     JUg profits.  Enormous success.    Cue ngeut'Fold (i8 in one  day.   Sample and terms 25 cents (none free);  four for,00 cents; 81.50 pel" dozen ; 25forS2,75;  50 for ?5; lot) fur SJ.5).    Write to-day for a  dozen and make money,  HOME NOVELTY MFG. COMPANY,  ' Box B13, Dopt, G31 V,  CHICAGO, ILL  Conferences.Ended for the Present  Neither Party will Accept the  Other's Offer.  Negothitions between  the British  Columbia   Fishermen's  union and  ms&^s^asssa^smssfass^ssss^si^sssz  ' H,W. B. Paget, Prop,  Prompt delivery (if pn reels, baggage,  etc., to imy purl of the Cily.  '   Any Kind cf Transferring  ' Undertaken.  ;'  All orders left nt. R. M; Siii.viIib'h  Tobacco Stoic, or by Telephone, No. 7  will rcceiie. prompt al'trntion.  '^^:-,S^&^'?a^'4^!4-^i4^!4^S&^i4-:!,  f . Patronize Home Industry  fr    , AND SMOKE  *4  J;  s  Tliere Season Of It, ;  There, isn't one reason ��������� thare are  dozens .why our work is better  than   any. other., laundering    works.  Come in and see how wc  do it.    'See our machinery,   ���������  nicely and exactly adapted  -  ���������    to every nee'd.    Our .soaps,   ���������  " too, of the best, long tried  ���������  and proven good.  F. BUKER,  PROP,  Kootenay Hallway & Navigation  Company, Limited.  NOTICE.  Mr. J. JI. (fray Inn log resigned his poNitlun  as Lund CunitiilHuioiior (if thih Coijipiiny. all  I'ommunications hi rcfui dice to Ku-lo & .Slocan  Hallway Company's lands .tliouM >ju add raised  to  IiOUT, IIIVIS'IJ,  Jlaimgrari  Ktis'.n, H.C..  Mil}'SUl, 100J. D'ifr      ,  4'  ���������is;  ft  st  ft  .*.  ft  .v.  >\-  s>.  ft  ������.  ft  s...  UNION LAEOB.  Buy Only Union-Made Shoes,  UNION LABOR.  Revelstoke Cigar Mfg. Co.'y:|  - Revelstoke   Station,  Firewood.  Firewood'from the Fred Robinson  Company's mill supplied' at $2 per  cord, prompt caah with order. Orders may be left at the mill office cr  at iny yard.  -R. SAMSON.  '"   Size 16x22.  One of the most beautiful pictures in  colors.   Upon a background of Puro Solid?  Gold, rents tho Family  Record in the  nhapo of a  handsome  volume .with Gold  Clasps upon a cushion of erimsoii'velvct  with a  beautiful Gold taesol. , On tiio  ji'ipcp, inidor different licadliigs are spaces  in which to ,\vritc the name and date of  birth.    On cither side i* a beautiful scroll  on which to record iiimtIiibck and dent lin.  On  top  of  the picture arc    the    words,  "Family Bsoord," in the richest leltt:riii(f  known to the printer's art.   Under this arc  spaces for fatliorV and niollicr'f-picture,--.  In the lower pari of the picture la a beau-j.  cifui bouio aseno.   ��������� he fiaar old grand- f  parents, the haad3oiae, stalwart hus- :  oand. and happy young wife, the loving ;  ; daughter and  oaby uoy���������the idoligja  grandolilld���������arc all pitiicrcd around the  table, whilo giiiniltatlicr reudtj a portion ot  God's Holy. Word.    A   truly  beautiful  scene   Underneath are tho words, "God  iiUse Our Family." .Around thus picture  are oiwlit apacca for photographs of other  mcniberh of the fniullyi each .-���������pace eiu:lu������li!j,'  a h'eni flower pieetf.   Klccwlicro on the picture arc acattc.ttl creeping \iiicN. buds nnd  bloMsmntJ in rich cMinunioii, the,whole rest-1  ing on, aiid llirown into bold relief by tlie ������  the Canner's  association are ended  for the present.  ���������    Representatives    from ' the   two  bodies met yesterday ih joint meeting, 'and   the   canners refused  to  accept the offer of the men to fish  for 12A cents a fish during the season.   They offered to pay 12i cents  from the  opening to August 3 and  10 cents   thereafter.     As   neither  party would accept the other's offer  further conferences were abandoned.  ' The press committee of the Fishermen's  union issued a statement  Wednesday morning which covers  their side of the case.' They said  that the" executive had clone everything possible to heal the breach,  and hoped to come to an amicable  understanding.     They* made   all  concessions possible,,and the men  are   firm- now   in   insisting'upon  their .demands- being   met.    The  executive will call a meeting   at.  once to advise * further action and  consider what shall be done by the  men, and a statement of all negotiations up to date will be presented to' the meeting.  ���������  The fishermen declare tlieir deter*  initiation not to allow the Japanese  to supplant them on the Fraser,  stating that they will retain their  right thereon at-nny cost.1  in discussing the canner's side;of  the story, Mr. G. I. Wilson," a  member of the committee of the*  Canners' association, stated .this  morning that the cannerymen did  ���������not' accept^ the men's offer for' the  mere reason that they could not-  pay twelve and a half cents throughout the season and make money.  The canners were .entitled to .a  fair profit, but were almost willing  ,to run if they would keep' even.  They were not iii 'a .position, how-"  ever, to pack fish at a loss.  ,   lie said that if   the   fishermen  one another. JJy each ono observing  tlie ru!e<of keeping at nil times to  one's own side of the sidewalk this  can easily be secured.  if in,a hni'i'v, and anxious to   move  faster', than   tlie  funeral   throng, one  can   do  so   without   creating any dis-  tuibunce   by   keeping   to  the extreme  light and  slipping  past those in front  as an opportunity oilers.    Only in this  way . can   it   be accomplished without  confusion.      JJy attempting to pass on  the left of those in fiont, one comes at  a   rapid   pace   into contact with those  moving  in   an opposite diieclion, and  is aliiiost certain lo cause collisions and  just lings and 'mixing and    "tempers,"  Very few people can really want to do  this; so;* from the amount of il that i.s  done, it' must be inferred thai far too  many are  ignorant of - the rule pf  the  sidewalk.     Those who know it should  not only obsforve it  themselves but insist on  others doing likewise.      Only  iu litis wi������y   will it be ultimately mastered and practiced.  ���������As a help to the remembrance of  the laws of the mad and the. sidewalk  an old.mid a very new rhyme may be  "i\en.    The old one is :  nml for many years to come appears  to me to be a very bright one.���������Francis Olds, iu London, Eng., " Mining  Journal."  RAIL AND STEAMER  "The  rule ,of  the  road  is ji-paradox  quite;  f own I have studied'it lOng ;  If you keep to the left, you ure sure to  be right���������  If ' you   keep  to  the  right you   are  wrong."  The new one is : ,    "  '.'In walking   I ho path it's not liaid to  , he deft';  For everything there's "on the square.'  If you keep to the left  \ou are sure to  * get left';  If you   keep  to the'riglit, you'll 'get  there;  The, Outlook for Many Years Appears to be Very Bright ,  gorgeous bnckirround of Solid Gold which  'pi educes a picture uUAassiiuz teoauty,  AfsCUTO Nf'W IS YOUn TIME. Our |  MUUtsO riKiiliiv n-lyoiioD cents, but lo?  any one who aciiu'ti this ut!\ l, we will Mend S  one for :'o ccitf*. Our pjice to I'Kciitdllfo:  jill oU for SO i iOtl.l'or SU.fiOs Wo pnynl!  ehnrBci nlitl rutin a money for unsold picture**.' N7 C. .lacksoli. Klhnorc ritj-j IiourIiI  ;I75 Stl.T.ii sold tliein for half price. 25 can*  en oh, in 5 dnysi making So-'.o'J clear profit,  l.'au yoU do belter!  We  your-;.  have o.OOt)   testimonials and  want  Address:  HOfvIE NOVELTY MFQ. GOrvlPAMY j  Sept. C3i B, P. O. Box, 513,  CHICAGO, ILLI  %Ter.jw,'������������-iI������*'E  ���������'^yyyigvi'  ygiBB'ssssma.ag-aasa  Tin's Rdtilip Used bv -iho JOHN Mc'  P.lEUSUtf CU., tl nitflrf, of Hamilton, the only Unloll Factory in Canada  KSTAl'.LISJIME.VT Ol*- PUBLIC HIGHWAY. !  TAKli XOTICK that thirty days after (Into I  intend lo apply to the Chief Coiniiii-Moticr ot  Lands & Works to Cht.iblNli a Public Highway:  cntunieiieins nt a point about one hundred and  lift j' yards cast nf tho bridge nn the I Decide-  wnct settler-' road ; thence about a (*iiarlcr of a  niileiioi'lnerly nlonif the foot of the bench lo my  pre-einptidti, South ca������t quarter sedii.n '20,  town-hip 23, ivaiiKc i,   (So;, &n, Uhap. II.'",  Dated at Itovol.-itoUe, U. U, thlu Mil* dny ef  May, 1331.  G-Jl  THOMAS LEWIs  as..I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer Iri^^ssssz^-  BEEF,   PORE,  ,   MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season,  ���������All orders promptly filled.  nnVtlOlUtVi:,   O.   U.,   and Kins 5trecU.  could not afford to fibh nl a fair  price,.they could not afford to pack  at an unfair one, and that was all  there was to it,  Mr. Wilson showed a letter from  Messrs. Calloway, McGoverh & Co,,  dealers in canned salmon, wherein  it is stated that the difference between British Columbia and Alaska  salmon in the London market was  altogether too great, and that the  former would have to come dowiip  " According to Mr.' .Wilson.' the  price of salmon iu tho old country  has already declined since the  canners made their offer, and just  now they would lose money at  twelve and a half cent?. Later on  ill the season the price will go* still  lower. If tho'Indinlis do not come  down the olily thing that will hup������  pen is that if the lishermeli .go to  work lulcr on, the canners will* hot  be able lo take more Ihan fifty lish  from a boat, for they will be*unable  io handle them.  The whole question, according to  the canners, is one of supply and  demand, and'if the fishermen can  work the London market so Ihey  can get more for their pack, the  canners eny they will will ngly pay  'the difference to the nien in the  price of fish,    ,  It is hoped that conferences will  be renewed and that an amicable  arrangement will yet be effected  between the two parties directly  interested.���������'Province.        .     *  ., It is of great interest to nil the min--  hig  community   to  study the present  outlook of   the."Transvaal, mote especially  us  regards   the  relative state of  the  mines   now, tji  that of - the times  before   war   was  declared.    The war  has .lasted   such   a long time, and has  been curried   through at such nn enormous  exppiisp,   that  many people uie  liable tu liecnine di'pnwjed, and hi take  a \e.ry gloomy view of the futuie mining   outlook   in   the,Transvaal.    Personally* I   tli ink-this view is quite uncalled   for   and, is the   result of   tin;  Uritish   people  enteiing  into the war  .vith  'a   too   optimistic   view of   what  they'could do, and   totally unprepared,  for a  stubborn   resistance on the part  uf   llie   lioersi      The   war has liown a  tenible struggle  for"Uritish or Dutch  supremacy  in   South Afiien, with tiie  result   ili.it   the   power of   the  Dutch  has   been   utterly   broken,   and . the  Diiiish  nrins tire'to day supreme  in  South Afncii, and will in all probabil  iiy muiinue  so���������at  any rale, so long  ai the   Rnnd   mines  aie in existence.  The  "ueriii.i  warfare  now   being carried on is cciliiinly annoying,- but can*  not last much lunger if stem measures  are employed, and although some Boer  bandits may do moie damage to mines  in  outlying  districts, they  cannot do  any dauitigt; to the   large mines on'the  ll.md, or mateiiiilly  ulie.r  the present  The officers and empioyi'ei of the C.  P. H. Dominion Expruss (Jo., and C. P.  li. TVIi'pi'iiph Co., Toronto, are having  an illuminated address, prepared for  presentation to .Mr. J. \Y. Leonard,  general superintendent of the westi-rn  division of the G. P. li.  The Great Northei'ii officials say that  there is no truth in the report that the  railway from the main line of the  Great Northern to the coal mines at  Fernie, is nol to he luiilt. The road is  to he luiilt, and work on the same will  he commenced within Unity days and  pushed to completion.  From late advices  it is evident lhat  a teans-Alaskiin   railroad  will lie const riiclcd in  tliM near future.   Briefly  stated   it   is proposed   to huild a iteel '  highway   from   Iliaiiina   Bay   on the'  southern chtuv of Ihe Alaskan peniu*  sula to Noiiip, Tellei  Uity and Belli ing  strait?.   The preliminary surveys have  just   been   completed   by Norman H.  Smith.    The heavy  financial bankers  of the undertaking ure suid lo be east*  ern   capitalists.     The Aline'will cover ,  about 8(X)  miles and will run'thiough  the very, heart of the Alaskan gold'  belt.  the'lardeachail wvy. <  The railroad   construction   ntLaido  is now   fairly   under way and there is  every indication   lhat the road will be .  built and in operation befoie ihesnow  (lies.   'This means-that thewbrk will  i i  be   pushed   ahead   ut ������top speed ��������� for ,  those familiar with  the Lai do country  know   that  the  snow ilirs there at tin  early' date.  Carlson   it   Porter, of   Kaslii,   arc  doing the work ou llie, resurveyed section  of  the  line, .yhile   the   0. P. 1\,  construction  department  is suifacing  the section of old grade  to be utilized  in the new line.    .-The engineer on llio  ground   is, A. F. Young, .Mr. Sullivan ���������  .exercising   u   general   oversight   and  making   frequent   nips   to.the woik,,  Last'  week   the    company   unloaded   .  thiiteen curs of steel,    A'liiile. of road-,  bed is a I read v completed and in actual,  use, a   constiuction" locomotive having  been   brought   to   llie.  ground fm* tin;   ,*  purpose'of  handling rlho business.    It  is prjposed   to  continue the sui facing    ���������  and   tr.ickliiying   to  llie 'end of   lliu  present grade, und   then  to follow the.  contraclois   as   miiidlv   us   thev   com*   '  1 tl v  plete the grade aheaiPof lbe rails.    In   '  ill's way no   lime will be lost and lh(r  w'oik will.be kept up to tho grurlrrs as  .clone'us circumstances will peiinit,  The L'irdij will be a lively disttict  this summer.' Already . people aro  'inliving lhero i.i considerable numbers, und the i^esiden'.s of the district  are looking  forward  to a bu������v 6eiison,  IF . ,, "  ��������� Kootenutun,  aeni'i'iil  aspect of  Taking  Baker, Confectioner,  Caterer, Bfco.-  Rubber Stamps.  (VdnM i'or  llnljlicr Slain)!-  sent "In  lotln*  'rifflcu of tho  KOOTUS'AV MAIl/.-HOVClstUfctf, iJ.  X?Ji wiU-bo UJJcd "n-Hl������'ai;epatch.     ;  TED.  Agents for Kootenay and Vicinity  for the sale of hardy linos  of standard fruit stock,  small fruits, ornamental  trees, shrubs, etc. Terms  liberal.   Apply now to  Did.i't Marry for Money.  The IJuMmi! hi ii ii, vv ho liil.-ly nun lied  a Mi-kly rich ytning'vvoiiiuii, i.s Iwippy'  iinivi for b" got Dr. King's New Life  Pill-, vv hii'li I'csliiii'tl li.'i' lo |i*rl'(Tl  ll.'lillll. Iol'iillibli' fm- Jaundice, Uii-  lInii-iiMf!,*, Jtlaliii i,i, Fever mi id Ague  ii mi nil Livii nml Hiomiich liottliit's,  Gentle but efteclivc* Only J33c. ut, the  (Jiiimda Drtii; mui nottii .-line,  Tho flub of tho Road,  Choics Q-roceries.  Graham Bread, : pELHAM HURSERY C0MpAHYi  Wedding Cake a; Specialty] 2^���������I������!^t���������L^^.  Notice to'Subscribe  .Mail  (irrli'i's  prnniplly. ftuil. ,      1V ^.^^ r���������  u��������� hnm,i hnim  carefully at tended to. i   ; INOolCQ  bO bUDSCJVberS.;  I    The proprietor, of the 'K.ootks'ay Mail re-  P, 0, POX M REVELSTOKE, W &^t^r^^UnrU;^'  Moit  ppojilo of  this niunlry.lciiriw  i " iIik lule. of thn roitd."    It is fi.XHcl by  I .slitllitc, nnd tliett nin p������tialti(j,������ for its  i infiticlioii.    It i.i " Keep to thu left in  int'PtingJ to the right in passing Ji  The   rule  of  the nidnwidk is not so  lowti, although   in crowdi'd cily  ways it is of cqu;\\ itnporlance, if titne,  ' teinper.t nnd collisions, are to be saved.  It jm " Keep to the right in both tneet-  ing nnd piissing,','.    )  : On a well   legulated sidewalk theie  ought  to  lo "tvrtt 8trt?4ois Of ���������pe,f,/'1,'|i  vvpi  llie liiiiios,  everything     into _ eonnideriitioii,    the  ni.ijorily of  iiiiiies have, not been dain-  nged 115 much ns   tni^ht   hnve been expected in   a country in a stale of   win  for such a loiig period.    The chief fear  ainong  Kiind  "shareholders appears lo  lie ' ns   to   the   piobable   amount. the  Transvufd   vvill   hnve  to   pay to cover  the  expenses of  tlio war.   'According  to the  hiaieinent ,of  the Chancellor nl'  i he. Exchequer it   seems probable that  the iiimiuiit ihe. Transvaal will have to  pay tott'iinls the expenses of the war i*  ������:J.J.000.P00, or nl-oiii oiip-thiid of the  cost of the war, and the, ltand mines will  pi'iilialily   have' to   meet   thegieater  pint  of   this war lax.    Supposing the  Transvaal, has   to   bear  a   war lax of 1  ������ 1,000 000 pei   year, the.  mines could j  meet more   than half  this amount by  savings  tin   d)iifiiiiiii'  alone,   because  whereas  the   mines  paid   ,������1 18s, (id. ;  per cii3(! before  the   wnr���������ti clear sav j  ing of ������2   10s.  per case���������-nnd withal  basis   of   50   mine.')   vvotldng  in the  Transvaal, using  on   an nwrnge .-J00  cases per  month, this   would   mean a j  saving'of   .150,000,000   imnu.iily, and !  thi-'j with .llio  liiwt'iing of  the execs j  mii;   raihVay   rates1- under   the. liner J  (.���������owiiiiiii'iit, would   together   pay oil'  the CI,000,0000  annually, so that the J  other economies which will be eU'ecled j  under   Diilidi   iulij, tognilier with ihe i  betler control and Mlieieticy of  liatiiei  labor,  owing  lo   Ihe   better carrying!  nut of laws ri'garding'lho rJ.ink trallic, '  should   ho the   menus   uf   increasing  dividends,   mid - this,   with   u atnblu  government and ussurnd pijuce, ^lloultJ  icsttit   in   Ttainviutl    mining   sitaies  being   of   a   higher   value after than  befi.re the war,    It may be that owing  to the eiionnou.s quantity of foodstulfs,  milling imiterialj etc., that will have to  be brought to the  Rand, all the mines  will not,'be  in working order for sev-  ,'TiiI myjitbi?, btit, H'Og sbuuld bo-ilje'  Made During the Week by Revelstoke Merchants,  r  Taylor & George���������Comaplix, Arrow.  IipiuI, Oiiinbi'.iiip, Halcyon 'Springy  Uraigellachie, Albert Uanytui,  '  W,     Mi     LiiwieiK'i1���������Uralgellachii'i  Denr  Creek.  Trout   Luke,   Ferguson,  Halcyon,  Uutnnplix, Thoinsnii's Land*'  ing.       ' ' i>     '      ,  Ui r3,rlliiine k C,i.--Comnplix, Rogers p.-ts?, Camborne, SiepbeiiJ'ThiJi'iby,  Cr iif:ellacl)ie, Trout Lake, Albert Can*  yon, Bitf Beiul, Sic.itnoii--.  Reid it Yotuip;���������Ci'aciei*,Uo^er-s rn������.S  Coinnjilix,     At r'o .v Li nil,     Thuiiison'd '  Latidin.,'.  '   A Terrible Explosicti .  "Of ll piMiline stove burned ii lady  iii'i'i' I'lijrliU'uliy," wiites N. li. Pabnei*,  nf Kiikiiniii, I.i. "The be.it dociors  coiililo't l:eal ih" i mining sore that  followed, but IitU'Ui'iiV Aniini Salve  entirely cm e.l h'-i'." ��������� Infallible fur  Cuts Colli"', Son-.--, Ijnil.-, UriUM1?.,  ���������Skin Di-eitse.- an.I Piles. 2jc. at the  Canada Dru^ aud Dunk Hiore,  ROD AND GUN.  U'un clul  lie. f-jllowiiig wefu l!ip. strni-ps ill tlio  ':out .Saturday afternoon ;  L'tAS-H l,  A. J. McDni.-li J7 (gold bulge)  A, Mcllne 10 ("iliver Uti'fjH)'  '   <J, 11. Skuurt l:i ' '       ���������  j. o, jinrbdi' i:-i  li. A. Li-uwn Id  ���������'   CI,.'.S5 Ih  T. ll L Taylor G (guid lu-jij.-)  A. Ii-, Piiipps 0 "       '  Help Wanted.  One   Ironer. and   one    General  Laundress, for   Reveistoke -Steam'7'  Laundry.     GooJ .wages- tO' prof:'  cicnt help.    . ';  RgvclsfoKs [Stem Izmity. Cc, THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ���������������^."*^.(������^.'������^.*������^."������^.-i������^.,������^.*^^*.'*^.^  | Not Looking Well? f  1   Not Feeling Well?f  9    ' ������  j������ ,then try our own .���������>);  I SARSAPARILLAI  ft'   ��������� ��������� *  i  i  9  ft  '9.  ft  9  t*  IP  ft  9  ft  9  preparations in a combination of drugs hav-  ' ing, alternative,Tonic,  Stimulant and Laxative action. It contains these Drugs  which the medical  profession recommend >,'  in Skin) Diseases,  Scrofula Affections,  Dyspepsia, Liver com- *  plaints,' Rheumatism,  "   etc.  Sfper bottle-New & Strong,  &  ������  4  s  I  s  ?);  &  ������������������>)!,  '%  %  %  A PURE ORAM  CREAM   OF TAHTAH  POV/OCK  Canada Dpus & Book Co I  Revelstoke  Station  Pi%to&K&K&Ki^;&9i&Ki������-Ps'kk9i'&*>  Highest Honors, World's Fair  , Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair  Avoid Jinking Powders   containing  alum.   They aro injurious to health  at tlie Oriental Hotel being paralyzed  from the waist down.   ,   ,'  TO THE DEAR���������A rich l.-uljv rid  of her Deafness and Xoises in the Head  by Di: Nicholson's Aitici.-il Eur Drums,  g.-ive ($2."3,00() to his Institute, so that,  deaf people nmilile' to prociiac the Ear  Diiiins may have,them fiee. Address  No. S91 The Nicholson Institute, 7S0  Eighth Avenue, New York.  much as the smallpox epidemic is  over, that Dr. J. W. Cross, medical  health officer, be dismissed from  such oflice and an -advertisement  appear in the'next issue of the Revelstoke Herald for a successor, the  applicants to state salary.'  Carried.  DIOCESE OF KOOTENAY.  (Continued from Page One.)  BORN.  KlN'MA.v���������At Trout Lake on Wednesday, June 12th, the wife oi' E.L.  Kinniiiii of a daughter.'  McM.vno.v���������At Revelstoke, on Sunday,  June IGlh, 1901, the wifei of Thos.  Mcilahon, of a son.  FltASEit��������� At,Revelstoke, on "Wednesday,, June. JOth,'UK)], the wife ofr  Fi ed Eraser, of*a daughter.  LOCAL & GENERAL.  -   Pure Lime Juice only oOuts. per hot-  tie at the. Canada Drug i&Buok (Jo's.  EOR'SALE-A theodolite hy Gurley,  apply to H. If. I\Iayne, Kevelaloke.  Foot Elm foi sore , and tender feet in  ' the hot weather 'is a great, relief���������the  Canada Drug k Book Co. keep it.  A sitting of the court of revision and  appeal was held .yesterday by <-\V. J.  Dickey hut only two cases were heard.  You will miss a treat if you fail to  attend the lawn social at Mrs. W. M.  Lawrence's on Tuesday evening next.  Rev. W. C. Calder's subject for Sunday evening will be. "The relation of*  the. gospel to the economic things of  to-day."  The promotion examinations in the  public schools will be held next week,  and school closes on Fiiday for the.  summer holidays. o  - Applications have been received at  the local customs office for the renewal  of four bonded warehouse licenses, the  fees for the same amounting' to S'llo.  A subscription list is in circulation  > this week' to provide an expense fund  for the "Ri.-ing Stars" fq.otball team  on their visit to Golden on Dominion  Day.  Trail is about to become a city, its  incorporation, being ' gazetted"in a  special issue of the 13. C. Gazetle.  Nominations for the first council will  be held on the 29th inst.  The Methodist Sunday School will  hold  its  annual   picnic on Dominicn  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.  '���������   J.  Sweeney has returned from Ferguson.  George. Boyd was up from Hall's  Landing this week.  | \H. Perry Leake, M. 11., arrived from  the coast this morning.  S. McM.ihon left Wednesday evening on a visit to the coast.      '  Geo. T. Newman, of Arrowhead,  spent Wednesday in the citj-. ���������  Mrs. "L. Sollovvay returned Tuesday  morning from a visit to Ihe coast.  J. J. L'lngslalf of the Trout Lake  Topic vvas in the city this week. "  II. B. Perks and John Swords returned Sunday from a trip to the Bend.  D. and A. Ferguson and S. Sutherland', of Ferguson, were ��������� in the cily  Wednesday.  .1- J. Smith went down to Comaplix  on Tuesday and vvill piobably open a  barber shop there.  Ed. Ililhnan returned from.Calgary  Monday evening and went clown to  the Landing Wednesday.  Rev. C. A. Proctiniei is in Nelson  this week attending the meeting of  synod of the Diocese of Kootenay.  Mr. Young, of Reid & Young, returned from the springs the first of the.  week and is now on  duty at the store.  F. S. Kettleson, who for* the past  four months has been employed on the  Eagle staff, came up from Ferguson  Sunday evening. , .  The Ladles' Aid of the Methodist  chinch vvill be hold n Lawn Social on  the Parsonage grounds on Thursday  evening, June 27th.    , '       ���������  R. Gordon and It. A. Cpper returned  Sunday, evening   from    Tiout   Lake,  They-say   that at the  time of  their  visit S250 had  been raised towards the j  Dominion Day ccl-bration. >     !  ��������� J. A. Magee, of Comaplix. wiisin the ,'  cily yesterday. Mr. Mapee has dis- ;  po-ed of the L.irdcui hotel and say a he j  will now devote, his attention to min- '  ing having provided hitnsHf with a ���������  pair of expei t leggings.,'  Rev.   Cropp,   who ..will   Uke     thy.  Dr. "Westwood, seconded by Rev.  II. Steele. It provided that in "the  case of any such vacancy occurring  that the church committee should  have the power of appointing some  other duly qualified substitute.  The amendment "was .put through  the several stages and finally  assented to. "  A  resolution providing   for  the  appointment  of a  diocesan architect  was   then  moved  by Rev. Id.  Steele, .seconded   by   Rev.   C. \V.  Hedley. ,'Jt recited that tlie bishop  be requested to appoint a .diocesan  architect., and   that   all   proposed  construction and alterations'of permanent  church buildings  be submitted to the bishop for his approval before being proceeded with.  , Upon '"'the synod resuming after  lunch the recommendation of the  bishopric, endowment    committee  was taken  up.   , It was moved bv  the arch-deacon, seconded by Rev.  H. Beer, that a house to house canvass be made as soon as practicable  in every parish and mission of the  diocese for the bishopric endowment  fund,   subscriptions   to   extend, if  needed,   over   a  period. of   three  years.  Oii motion of the archdeacon,  seconded by Rev. H, Beer, it was  resolved that the executive committee be instructed to draw up a  memorial to the board of domestic  and foreign missions on the lines of  the recommendation laid down in  the report, of the committee on en-  downment, subject, however, to  their having first secured'the approval of the executive of tlie diocese of New Westminster.  On motion of the archbishop,  seconded' by J. F.. Armstrong, a  resolution was adopted carrying out  the suggestion of the executive with  respect to inquiring into the plan  of utilizing the policy of life assurance, such as is successfully worked  out in the United States, with a  view to utilizing this plan towards  the endowment of the see.'  When the election of delegates to  the general synod of Canada-was.  reached, Rev. C. W. Hedley was  elected the clerical delegate" and  Hon. T. Mayne Daly the'lay'dele-  gate, with Rev. PL S* Akehurst and  J. M. Lav as alternates.  HARDWARE  STOVES  TINWARE  Careful Study.  It is only by careful study  the druggist becomes a factor  in the struggle for health and  happiness.  Our reputation has been won  by studying where to buy  and what to,buy.  We    maintain   that   reputation by careful attention to per-  ���������   feet filling of prescriptions and  lowest prices. <���������  George R Curtis,  "   "The Druggist,"  Successor to The McD. A. IC. Co. ���������'  REVELSTOKE STATION, B.C.  SBKBEH  PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND BRUSHES.  Miners Octagon Steel, only Jessop's best kept.    Picks,  Shovels,  Barrow*  -> '"    Single and Double Bitted Axes, Cross Cut Saw's.  ������       ii '  Builders' Supplies���������Nails, Building Paper, Locks and Hinges.   ,  HBDWARE ONLY, W. M. LawretiGB, Bovelsloke  FURNITUEE.  Carpets, Linoleums, Floor   i  Clothe, Blinds, Wall Paper, &c  .   Second     Hand    Fnrnitur������  Bought and Sold.   Warehouse for* Storage of Furniture at monthly rates. ���������  Agnt for Pianos, Organs, and Swing Machin s.    ,  'e. Hio"vvrso2sr.  SPECIAL NOTICE!  Spring & Stinger Goods to Hai}d  ���������  Extra strong Serges for pants at $5, made to order.  *  First-class Spring Suitings from $20 to $28.  Government Distribution of Stump-  ��������� ing Powder,  Farmers desirous of buins supplied with  blasting powder nt cost price for clearing land,  can obtain blank tonus,tor requisition from the  secretaries ol' the Farmers' Institutes as follows : . ,1  Henry Hills. Albcrni Fanners Institute.  Albcrni.  J. A. JInlliiluy, Comox Farmers' Institute,  Smidwiek. ' ,  II. dell. Mcllin.Cowiulian Favniors' Institute,  Sonicnos.-       r.  .lobn Stewart, Nanaimo-Cedar Fanners' Institute, Stark's Crossing. Nanaimo.  J. H. Smart, Meteliosin Farmers' Institute,  TMctcbosin.  C. 10. King, Victoria Farmer's' Instituto,  Cedar Hill. ���������  K. Walter. Islands Farmers' Institute, Ganges  Harbor. ,  li, A. Brown, Delta Farmers' Institute, Lad-  ner.  H. Hose, Surrey Farmers' Inrtitutc,.Surrey  Centre.  A. It! P. Matthew, Linigley Karmers' Institute, Langley.  Alex. J'lnlip, Uiehinond Farmers' Institute,  Vancouver. ,,  A. JU. Vcroherc, Mission Farmers' Institute,  Mission City. '  G. W. Chadsey, Chilli wack Farmers'Institute, Chllli'vack.  \Vm. Green, Kent Farmers'Institute, Agassis.  J. 7M. Webster, Maple Itidge Farmers' Institute, Webster's Corners.  John Hall, MaUpui Farmers' Institute, Ab-  bolsford.  A. II. Cricliton, Osoyoos, Farmers'Institute,  Kclownn, r  W. P. lloraloy. Spalluiueheen Farmers' Institute, Armstrong.  , S. AI. MeGutre, Salmon Ann Farmers'Institute, Salmon Ann.  J. F. Smith, Kamloops Farmers' Institute,  Kamloops.  II. Percy Hodges, Okanngun Farmers' Institute, Vernon.  Or F. G. Fauquier, Government Agent, Revelstoke.  .1. K. AXDERSOX,  Deputy Minister ot Agriculture.  Department of Agriculture.  Victoria, li. C, May Stli, 11)01.    '  A Moment's Consideration.  The only difficulty in selecting your suit here is due to the  fact that* we liave^ such . a  great variety, , " .  If   you  want a fashionable  spring   suit   or   overcoat   we    '  suggest ,* a   look   at   our new  goods. ' ���������  ,*,  Suits $18, $20, $22, to $35,.  , Trousers from $2, 5,- 6, to $10,  Ladies' High Class Custom Tailoring. ���������  J.  B.   Grossman, McKenzie Ave.  LIMITED.  Wholesale Hardware, Ship Chandlery: and  Mining Supplies.     "  Hardware Department,,8-10-12 Cordova Street'' , * ',  Ship Chandlery Department, 8-10 Water-Stree  Ono Block from O P R Dopot  and Steamboat Wharvos  Re-furnished and Ro-modoUed  Rates $1.50 to $2 per day  *<><><>OH><>0{K>~0<K><><K  The   211th  Anniversary  of the   Battle  of  The Boyne,  Day ul; the rem-ation proline]?-,   The  party will go out in,the morning and ' Methodist  ehnrg-i  nt ' .VicoLi, nrriwd'  return" during   tho  afternoon,   lunch | from the. rtist.TiH-=diiy .pveriing ntcom-'-  being served on the ground,-'. i panied  by his  hi-ide.   They rein-tined '  >. Bilker lms-dispnsPil*of an interest j ln lho city  ^'^drn^hxy  the put-is of  in  the Revelstoke Su>,im Laundry to , GefK  KnaPP ������ ho >= a coiirin of  .Mr.--. '  A.W.   S.-ixon and  the' business will  lieretiftei   be   coiiductccl     under    the  , inline of Revelstoke Ht"iun Laundry Co,  3Ir.   Buker' will  Im in ehar������;e of   the '���������  b.isinee.-: persoimlly as heretofore.  Beautiful supply of Sponges Sponge  Bags. B.ith Gloves 'and Biu-he- just  arrived at Canada Drug' ic Book Co's. ,  An election for school li'ii.-lee to fill >  the vacancy cau-xl by the expiration |  uf Mr.  T.  J.   Graham's term nf oflice,  Ciopp.  GRAND    PROVINCIAL  THE CITY COUNCIL  Regular Meeting,  The city council me* a- u.-ual on  Friday nicrht with Mayur Drown  nnd Aid. 'Ahmliiiin^on. .Vcttli'.  M<"-,  In the City of Vancouver  will   be   held on Saturday June ii)tli. ' Ltod.itnd Tiiylor |>r<  Mr. Graham  will .stand for re-election  and so far hi������  is the only name men-  tinned in connection wiih the ctllce.  The evonl of  the season--a .strawberry and ice cream social--take*- pi  ���������(���������lit.  ll.K'f  on June  l^otli  at the loidence iif Mis,  ~\V. M.'Lawrence.  Fred Fraser ,iud Charles Molten of  Revelstoke are in town in attendance  on the Masonic Grand Lodge, Both  are old-timers and havu |i,k1 their ups  and downs during their fiftppn years'  residence in Kootenay. Time, however, baa dealt kindly with thein. and  when greeting old friend?, like " Bub "  Lemon and "Fred'' Hume and "Tom''  Madden, they fer-1 twenty years voung-  er.->"elson Tribune.  A fad accident omit red yesterday  morning at the Mai inn al, Ihe time of  arrival of No, 2. David Slrachaii, *iii  old-timer around tbe������e par!,*-, and who  of late ban been employed nn the  bridge--, was sitting on the railing of  the platlonn when he missed his balance falling backward a distance of  about ten feet, receiving injuries to th������*  fipinnl chord fiom   thi; elleets of which  Jjeijow jit'? in a pK'ciu'ji'iip coiidiiioii  '(-'oKRK.-'I'O.vriK.VC/.;.  Chief Biiin. reporting rcc'-ipt of;  watch, cli.iir. and purse, the proper-,  ty of litti: Jo'.1 Dotii'^eois, and that [  sumc had been handed to ciivj  clerk. '        ' i  J. C. Hutchison Hibniitted a ten-1  der on scavenging outfit, compris-j  ing one tenm henvy hor=e=. hai'iie?;,;  wagon and water-tight scavenger:  tank for -M10.    Laid'ovpr.  P. R. Peter-on, notifying council:  that fence viewers will attend on ,  the 20th dny of June, 15J01, to view i  and arbitrate, upon the lino fence '  in dispute betv/een properties adjoining recreation ground?. City  clerk to notify fence viewer; and,  Mr. Peterson that these gentlemen  have no jurisdiction.  James \\', Cro??. health officer,  reporting that Hfy'-j part, of sniall-  pox trouble X fiverand goverhinent.  has taken complete charge, Kudosed .bill.amounting to $";10'.  ferred to.finance committee.  Revelstoke    to    Vancouver  and Return.  Good from 10(h to i4tli July inclusive,  .Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  RMDOWSWELL, Proprietor/ .  ��������� Vancouver,  B. C.  Vancouver Engineering Works9  Iron Founders,  Boiler   Makers and  Machinists,  .   Successors to ARMSTRONG & MORRISON.  Wo have lho mus-l comploU MACHINE SHOP and 1'OUNDKY cquipmciit west of Toronto  for tho manufiicturo of. , ,���������"'"  Hydraulic Giants, Riveted Steel Pipe, Grizzlies, Riffles, Ore Cars,   '"  Ore Buckets, Steel Wheelbarrows, Stationary, Marine and Logging ' '  Engines, Steam Pumps, Marine Repairs, Sheet Iron and Steel  Work, - - ,  "\V<> lnivo in stock for immediate) delivery HOlLKKS, KNGINKS. PUMPS. OHM CAltS.  WnKKlJlAHHOWSimd MINING nnd SAWMIJJj MAC.'IIIN'KHY of every descnpUon { also  HOlLKltTUIlKS, AVIIOUOHT IKON PIPK ami J-'ITTINGS und ENGlNKKItS' I1UASS GOODS  andSUPPLIKS.  Correspondence solicited and carefully utlunttocl to. . _ '  OFFICE AND WORKS���������Foot of Heatley Avenue  Vancouver, B. C.  itc-  ������������������.'������������������    ., ������������������    motions:.  ��������� .. ���������  Moved   liy  Ald.'.N'cttlc, sficondod  tyxW'i Abi'uliauwj.j iljat ,'jiias������  Thi-- exfiii'.idii will l*������ (.ik.-n .uh-,int���������i^,. ���������f hy th.'mnjniiiy of tlio  filiz'Mi.s of ]l.*i*.*r.t(ik" .-in.'l the hiii nninflii)^ nuinl.iy, iiriny nf ivhniu  havp i-.cvf'i' h.ul ;i ( h.ui'v tovi.ii .tli" M'-tto|)i)lirf of the N'drth J-'rir-ifif.  Ainpi" tun" -.vill li.> p\\"i) to vi.it mil>��������� iilr> point., TIhnl* not wishing to  Ifitvn K-v"i>tok" on lln; ]'JLh m.iy <^o on tin* 11 ill ,iik] I lien iirrivi! nt  Vancouver in tiiiii- to view tli.' Oi.tnd J'.ir.ule���������5,000 Onin^r'iiii'ii  ('.v|)i*!.*tcrl in liiif.  All JJ. G. lor]^c-< w-ht of lie."Nfi.kf nil! In- in ;iII"Ik1,iih'c hs'wcII us  lorlgf.s from thf; .St.il"? of Orff-'on and Wii-dington ,ni(l piwsilily Ciilifoi-  i:i,i. Th.- IJnkv of C"in..i!ij,'lit'-. Ouu .Milit.try U.iiid i-; L'ii^ii^������.*d for ll:c  Q,t,y hs well <i-- others fiom oiu-.itl.- point���������.-'.    '  A first iWs prosr^iiiine cf jpoit- inehidin- L.ifro--'. Djsc B,d!, etr.,  is heing ,'invoi^f-d at'Biocktotj Poici, Si.ii,1.-v f'.iil;.,  Th" rion. N. Cl.irk" \V.i!l,'i(������', 'niivi-n-ian fiomd Al.isli-r, K I-', ("ink.  .M. P., *ind Win. John-ion, of Pally Kilo-y, frel.Mid, .ire.inioii^ i|,o  pi ominent sp.'ak") i of i In: d-iy.  (Joiii'i.-ill .ind enji.y yoiir-"lviM.    For  fniihei   inl'.'i iii.ilinii sci; luryi!  JOnl ������������������!.������.  Pm*li"i intending lo I n k ������������������ .irl *. nil .ii,'" "f III" "Villi-don I'.ile ������������������liollM  le ive lli"il* ii;inie-i ,il Till-; Ma If. oil ice oi wi!,!i lln* MTielyi y of I lie I,. ().  I;., mi -Unit ;iii'esl.miii.|.e of I he nn'm tier who will ;i v,iil tlieiiiscilvew 'of Ilii.H  oppol'liiniiy lo visil.lh"coiwt,.can li.. jinive'd .���������i.i,.'  GUY BARBER,     .  Watches, Clocks,  Jewellery and Silverware.  Engagement flings a Specialty.  C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  Fining ���������ju     ^  With Canadian Supplement  253   Broadway,  New York, U. 3. A.  Thos. Stead, W.M.  ��������� -   X'i  W. G. Birnc/i ���������Sec. L, O. L. No. I3C8.  <><XK><K^O#~CM^ i  III*;   t!rnt   and   jfloftt   Inducullal  ,'Iliiiiili'   I'njier    in  'die    World.  Sample Cojiy Free..'    :   :   :   :   :   :   :   j  Weekly Edition...$5,mj per oqnuip, postpaicj,  Monthly c.������ ,-i. liM;".!.'"./,.!,  "Pool1 folks friends  soon forget them."  Superficial shoes  lose customers*  The Slater Shoe  market cost money*  It is too valuable to  lose���������through, giving  mere finish at the  expense of service.  "The Slater Shoe"  0. B. HUME & CO. ���������  Sole Local Agents.  Shade Trees,  Fruit Trees, Roses.  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