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 BRUSHES  ,FROM THE BEST'MAKERSi  Bews' Drug Store  $2.00"'Per Year.  ?v  (V  A.  E; GEORGE  t j  r> 11 k  JBICTAL^ DAy:  Hip  i ~  25c'and^6'c Organdies,'Sateens and Vepheis,fetc., suitable  .for v dresses,  itl  'f������*  "l ��������� 1 p  ,������VJ  1'  A   C f  \ lX\ at'12 }4 ef per" yard <  hCrumm's\ Imported" English? Prints,' all colors/guaranteed  ', _.  *'t      >   .- .       ,iJ.   ar.    I ?���������������<���������������it-ia-iv.Trawl   ...*.������ '    i"*..  CITY AFFAIRS.  Public Meeting of Ratepayers  "/\   Held Last Night.,  _ A, meeting! was  held at" the opera  bouse last" night"to consider the proposed bylaw to borrow $20,000 for improving the,water and light*ayeteml  /-(.There was only a small  attendance  at the opening but it increased to about  100 as'the. meeting j vwent  oa.VThe  Mayor, Aid   McLeod and <H Floyd,  city'clerk, were on, the "'platform and  later   Ald.'^Lenis joined   them,, the  other aldermen bemg'absent. *  f    , ���������  The mayor regretted i theA small; attendance.   He pointed out the present  plant was wholly inadequate for present requirements of  the-, city    Every  time they opencd.up the present machine thfy ran the risk of burning out  the armature, which cost .$1,000 to replace.   They had a meeting of the fire  water'and light j committee  to devise  tho i best / means of dealing with'the  situation, arid they had prepared estimates for the necessary^improvcments  winch this bylawrtwas* asked for to enable , them  to" carry ^out/t They had  gone on^ the principle of providing the  citizens;with water,and light wherever  tlie revenue would*provide'interest on  the cost/and to"provide for the/growing demands of the city/ two carloads  of pipe <were,* required,to ,-replace with  4-inch* pipeHhe small pipes now laid  and this larger pipe would be^laid^or  everyjjecond stieet so that every building^ in* the ;city 'would (be "within aJ  block of_alfirst*' class water ���������'supply in  case fOl fire.   He'im ited them to dis^  jCuss the matter fully and freely._,These  extensions nere* absolutely necesBaiy,  and he strongly-advisedj^ them ^to see  that the bylaw^went through (cheers)  ^.H.1 A. Morris���������Whatsis the net pioht  of the watei and light' "\ ������'**���������> j" *~-  ',1Mr ,, Floyd? explained it i\as .1124,000  foi the pastjuvo'years- ' - J ,_ -fA <s A  ���������Ji.Mr. Morris���������Would not that'piovide  for);these" works* withoutlborrowing  more'jr  ���������"~i'  ��������� ^  ^tv.  J i ���������  r* i  ^i  i  mwMw  ���������v*  I LTlMITED.!  ���������������������������*,       v-<^   '    % ���������* *>" -  "���������-"''*t'*'-"U"(roi,3,-H'' Tw .  '*,  ������>,J ?', , &, < .v.1-* - *,' ������< DFPARTMENT'STORE.* A** , --1     r  ��������� 2***1-  .       ������**      'f       ^���������-  ", ^~  1 ">. ^,-  ' JV  i-  -^���������������.'^Yt  'Samples-,.  i "I    '>, *n ifWl*ii  J- "���������������.*  l,f*.*i.-'V](-*v r  _'jvf  ni A1.K CAT   IIRWn    '  'CHlCAfiO ROPKfORP  'HOSIERY^COMPANr .  ���������%   IvrvnvM.-Wis'    i  -' J? ft"'!-'-"..  I v  *^-      j-^1   -,'-  ^  -3^"^  'it -  &  jtSV  -  t<  -yi*x&.  l j'     v*-"  ,1 V I  V-e  J.  THEr'BMCk ^CAf iSTOCKINGS  -O -*       T~r  "In^everyp.pairj'tKere's solid comfort^ at plea.sing> prices. *~A  irf Best for wedr���������best for look's���������made for that frplicksome  r-  , 4-child of-yours. r.   Y,   ^   ",    "    J '  i'sBlack-^���������and  fast', black���������with *"extra  threaa, on ^knees',  -'' ankles, and feet. s A ^triple jthickness to go through  *������ ''before the darning needle is required, *���������   - ^    ^ ^-' *'  ;,, 7 s^ 25c, SSc,,' 40c'.and "50c H *:   -  ; f SEE4THE WINDOW DISPLAY  r    J~We are offering a cash "prize to the boy and one for*  the girl whof can drdw the funniest picture of a Black  Cat.    Pictures to be handed in-to our Hosiery Counter  on or before June 26th. *   -  C,B.Hume & Co.Ltd.  '    l ' DEPARTMENT STORE.  IMPERIAL BANK' OP CANADA  1 Capital Authorised, $4 000,000    Capital Paid Up, $3 000000  Head Office, Toronto, Ontario.  Rest, $3,000,000.  IRranchoB In the North wont Torritonos, Manitoba, Ontario and Qnobec  And   tho following points in  British  Columbia     Cranbrook, Golden,  Nolson, Rovolatoks, Tront Lako, Vancouver and Victoria  T A'JUEBniTT, President     ,   D R Wilkie, Vice Prosidont and General Manngor  ������������������    K Hat, AssistanlJQouoral Manager     W Moffat, Chief Inspector   -  Revelstoke, Branch, B. t.���������A General Banking Business Transacted  ,      Savings Department���������Doposlts Rocelvod and Interest Allowed.  '     |Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United States and Europe.  'Speofsl attention glvon* to oollections    " i       A E Pnirrs, Manager  2 'Mr "Floyd explained .the^interest,  sinking fund and^diecount oiW'deben-  tureSj/iihfiounted ���������< ip^, $18,588 09, j and  nith^the ^amount i"e\pended' on^ improvements i������ still  left- fC balance^df  $6,780 coming to',the *city^ from "the  electnc light and water^ service * ^%j  Xi The/'jnayoi <��������� e\plajined n last1 jyear  liO.OiX^was put mtoftlie^ newj water  service. ^Tlns should ieallyvhave been  sfaised j by-loan"1 insteadf of i being% 'provided but of revenue, as it was" an|en-  tirely new work, but"i as their debentures .were /unsold -^thej^fip&nced? it  tfiat7rway,,' necessitating^raisjng, th*e  taxes t^.32 miljs.'-^lf>tHe vwofk Jhad  been done fioni"'loan 'the^^taxes need  not have ^exceeded 22^millsY^If"'Uie  propo8edJworks had^to^.^donejfrom1  revenue it would'again Taise'the^taxes  this year f That, was nqtright ���������������- The  cost" of permanent improvements hke  these should be shared by ;thpse vi*>*o  would follow them and get tlie benefit,  and the only way to do ^that^was by  borrowing the1" money'and repaying it  over a number of years'   (cheers) v   \  j In reply to Mr. Coursier the Mayor  ^explained there were 100  now using  meter and'180   without1   4Some   of  these never turned their lights oft and  the people'_who *used,-meters*liad to  pay for those w ho did not.   As a matter of ~J business ^lt was proposed   to  charge'each user "exactly the amount  of light they used * To do this meters  must be put in everywhere and he vae  satisfied^ the   result   would   be, they  r would be able to   reduce_the meter  [rates a   third, and   each   would get  exactlyj what light they paid for.   Ke-  garding the'flume it had been allowed  to run into 'very^bad shape.   They put  Tnearly a carload of timbers into it last  year but, it was leaking so  badly^a  piece got vi ashed out and now they  wanted to make a permanent job of it  -The same swith the water pipes.   They  phad to take up the smaller .pipes so as  "to save the expense of repeatedly hav-  'mg to tear up the streets to lay larger  pipes, as'the demand increased  J. A.-Kernaghan advocated having  a competent engineer,'examine the  plant and ascertain"exactly what was  required. It was time they got something permanent The expenditure of  last year should be, a lesson to them  to do permanent work. They talked  about buying lumber by the carload.  Lumber was not sold that way but by  the thousand Last year theyrbought  a lot of pipe which was stacked up  outside and was thus rendered practically useless It would only last two  or three years, whereas if put in,the  ground it would last 30years (Cheers )  The Mayor���������That 'pipe was bought  on a survey made by an engineer and  the profile was sent Ho the pipe works  to fix the quantity. It was afterwards  found the pipe line could be shortened  and that was why that pipe waB over.  We took every precaution in putting  in that new water supply. [ don't  know what, Mr. Kemaghan wants an  engineer for. There is no engineering  work to do The Hamilton Company  have offered to undertake all the repairs, place the dynamo, etc., and will  guarantee it. 7 We 'propose to replace  the piece of flume washed out by a  barrel flume We are taking every  precaution we vcan in the inteiest of  the city. "~  K Tapping���������Let Aid. McLeod give  an account of his stewardship  Mr Kernaghan���������Why didn't you  protect the pjpe you had left over?  The Hamilton Co. don't deal in electric supplies, and that is why I don't  think it right to turn the whole thing  over to them It looks a little suspicious It is time you employed a  man to look after the plant who  knows something about it instead of  one who knows nothing ���������Getting  plans and specifications from the  Hamilton Co. for au electric plant re  minds, we very much'i of sending, a  watch to Sam McMahon to repair.  (Laughter.) ,    '   }       ,    *     i  The Mayor ���������I never saidfthe Hamilton Co. built electric machinery, but  by getting the electric" plwit out in a  carload with the other machinery we  could get carload rate.,. "  IE. Moscrop���������Get it'out by freight 'u  *< The Mayor���������Since the foundation  has been put in there has been no  trouble with the dynamo As to the  pipes they were put in the/shade as  advised by the makers, whore the sun  could not get at them.i _���������    '  Keplying to Mr. O'Brien, the mayor  said^the^timber ordered wob what was  required to replace the rotten timbers  in the flume. i       ti  ��������� Mr.' O'Brien���������What are 'you' going  to do to' prevent tbe, flume from  leaking? Can"you*place any'scheme  before the people to fix, this up ? '  * The Mayor���������Byrreplacing the rotten  timbers and strengthening the foundation. ..The timbers in the collapsed  piece of flumof were perfectly sound  but the foundations were washed out  by the (leakage., I told Mr Gordon I  considered it gross carelessness. ' He  applied for timbeis a month ago to  repair it and we^asked^him if it was  absolutely necessary to,do it then, and  he replied he did not think1 there was  any particular danger^ just'then.'r At  the same time tlierewas half a carload |  of .timber' lying '"ttiereJ which ' could  Have been,used to^shpre up the flume,  and I consider this'la8t*jaccidentf due  to carelessness." ? "   (   " \    Xl ��������������� >, 41  * "Jr Maddocks���������Did you tell the man  you would stop his pay. as the^former  mayor told me ">i~< ������ w-c <. jj- v  *������The Mayor���������No1*' ~*> i'l * - - *\  v1!Mr ^Morris���������Dont you pay,, a > man  $120 a month to look after the much-  rr-The Mayor���������Yess,v^5, i$' ^  ^ Mi ���������'Moriis���������Well dont you considei  it carelessness on liis'rpart to let ���������the  tiling go down and not look after'it ?*���������*  * The Majoi���������Somev pepple advocate  moving thVplant1 to 8������Mile   or   the  ���������Jordan ', IfjniyonCjlias }a scheme-fof  that kind I^wpuld be glad to  heaivit"  I1 would'not be in,favor of changing it  at present, .but1- if a^scheme^ofj- that  kind .could be^deused^and wep*could  find the money'it' would be considei ed  It would cost about WO.OOO <���������'  _Y ��������� ,  fl P. R^Peterson-^It woiild be >; good  scheme to put'thenew plant"out there  and give^Gordon X,the %k\   plantf- to  piactice'on"''' ''(Laughter) yt j ~A  -"The Mayor���������I  wantr-to 'put mysolf  yght^ on^ tlnsVmatter 44When 'I y\ as  jelected.^one of ^the firstrthings I tned  to get done waB to divide1 uii"the city's  .workfputting Gordon and,one man 11  theJpower<r-hou8e^,tb^lGiDkJv-c,fter''- the  plant,"another-on*.water 'service/-and  Lembke on^installationiAWinng^and  flro .oloririH *" *. T* lnid ~t.lin>.   Vwifnro   fha  , THE BY-LAW  r " i  The Mayor on the Situation. ,  Editor Kootenay Mail  s   Sm,���������I should  b"e  obliged   if  you  would give me space  to call  further  attention  to  the   Water (and   Light  Plant   Improvement    By-Law ., now  before the citizens and to emphasize  certain points.   At last night's public  meeting   a suggestion  was  made to  abandon the present plant and instal  a new one, deriving power from 8-mile  creek,  another 'idea<- was to ^abandon I  the present', flume   and   constiuct a  tunnel flume on the othei   side of the  river, nearly parallel to the one now in  usi.and build the power hojse over  there > While .willing  to admit that  either, of  the   foregoing   schemes is  woithy,of finvestigation,   I   wish  to  point out that the present mid movious  councils have  been expending money  and ondcavoring to make  the present  flume permanent, or at any mto substantial for u number of years s   T  H. B Smith, C E ,  reported on tlie  Hume as  follows   "Construction'has  beenvwell_ done and  so   iong -as tho  foundations remain rigid the stuicture  will be equal to the duties required of  it." (Seepage;8) ,    C,f    ,   4 34*t-  IY The breakage of 1903 and the recent  one n'ere due to defects in the^foutidn-  tion, and itrwas generally acknowledg-  that-cachj could'have  been  avoided  The reconstruction of the pai t in 1903  has made thatXpart more substantial  than ever, because^it is now''built on  solid rocks   'nWhen the part recently  broken is"ieplaced it will do away with  the bad ijleakageahitherto pievaihng,'  and if tlie foundations are penodically  examined and attended to 'no danger  of collapse need be^appiehonded \   f  t The foregoing' aro > my' leasons foi  thinkiug^the present time inopportune  for ^enously^ considei ing \any 'other  expensive ventuie^lnchjaftei all, will  onlybe experimental      "^ ���������,   '  1 beheve that ^a^gieat deal moie of  the purchase pi ice of the'prespnt plant  can be t gotten outj. of it before a, new  scheme1 need^be^considered. At anj  tate, whetherVnew; scheme is consid-  eied or^uot^ I ^am^covinced 'of the  absolute necessity of passing the pro *  posed bylaw, and making the suggest  ed additions and mipiovements ,. *  ������  I would like fcfcall attention to the  various items, dynamofexciterfAc" v  ' f '  WE CARltY A FULL STOCK OP  ^  Groceries, Fruits  and; Vegetables  fi I  %l  > >.  ONION SETS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS. *  r  .GARDENT00LS.  COOKING .UTENSILS.  'B'OtJR3VE BRb^!'  EE VELSTOKE.' ������<Gyr-  ���������Ranowa ' *  t< '  .^'������   m'  ' */J  McKENZIE AVE  ,v  Agents for McClary's Sto\es and Ranges.'  \  vl  j*.iB  ' *.l  k-.'I   fl  fire -alarms "^'I* laid filiate before  the  FireV Water and^Light Committee but  The' presentvdynamo ;is/built 'to  supply 2000 lights ^the demand light  now is "-fo'iv 12500, wind* as winter capproaches^ thej>dema'nd J will* increase  could get'*"no support for some time;  when thelcliairman," Aid ^Lewis^was  instructed to report to the^cduncil^but  never^did'so, and-I was turned down  I wanted^to see the 'city business run  in the most economical and efficient  manner. rI did not advoeate dismissing'Gordon but considered he should  be given an opportunity,of proMiig  his ability to^ run, the plant' Ij was  opposed to1 paying |150O!ayfai to'a  man to go to one end of the town and  watch anothei dig a hole, and then go  on his wheel" to the power house to  look at another man screwing a bolt  Mr. Peterson���������He's a blacksmith  Mr. Morris���������It is nonsense having  one-man doing nothing but> runmug  round town.������   *��������� ���������     *    {  t A Brundrett���������There is no conceal  ing the fact that when the company  sold the city this plant,, there was  nothing to sell and the city got  nothings - This trying to saddle one  man with ^ carelessness js^ar poor  affair (hear, hear).������ I hope people will  come to the conclusion the plant is a  dead failure" I believe^a good steel  flume should be put m,  E Trimble���������Gordon is .a capable  man ' The man who can run that  plant as it is< is worth $500 a month  This is simply throwing good money  after bad. Let us have a permanent  plant ' * ' ,     *  Mr. Brundrett���������The city has spent  on this the price of a new plant.'  B. Howson said some suggestions  had been made which would be helpful to them in future. There was a  strong' feeling on the part of many  the plant was out of date and wanted  to seef up-to-date specifications prepared for an up-to date plant It  would be of the utmost value to the  city if they got a competent engineer  to report on the best plan of providing  the city wuii uuch a plant " He suggested having a board of works like  the school trustees who should have  control of s public works of the city  with one member retiring each year  and so keeping the board m touch  with the requirements of the city.  Mr. O'Brien said there were many  objections to the present source of  supply���������a turbulent river, trouble with  ice and difficulty of maintaing -\ flume  and dam. Any further expenditure  on it he regarded as patchwork, and it  was impossible to make a job of it. He  believed it would be better to change  the source' of supply, he had an idea  of 8-mile creek. Mr Smith, C E., had  stated a "'dam with depth of 40 feet  could be built there at a cost of $200,  and they would have a fall of 200ft  They could operate the old plant till  the new could be installed, and then  move the old plant there also. The  only extra expense would be the wir  ing.  The Mayoi failed fo understand Mr.  O'Brien's position, as there was no  patchwork proposed except the flume  This work had been originally put in  by oldtimers who knew every creek in  the district. In tins climate they  could not avoid having anchor ice, and  \Y<3 knpwswhat the present dynamo  will do, and it is plain that a duplicate  dynamo^will bV, sufflcieTSffor^uite^'a  uumberJof^yearsTY Where would be  the advantage of^payjng a^lngh price  Continued on fourth Fags.  foe expert advice on this?  "i The Usahie^'applies^ toYthe, spaie  armature. ,vTo ensure sufncientpower  tcfjrun utheTtwo .dynamoB���������or^the  prpsent >ne,' for > that *. matter���������it1, is  necessary,that -the'-.water wheels and  accessones should be-put-in proper  order. The Hamilton Manufacturing  Co have'been'j'consulted in reference  to this, and I certainly think the ex-  lent of theif business and_the*reputation^ they*lhave,^ fully justifies the  action of the committee in getting out  their plans aud figures.1 I believe  they are expeit1 enough- to advise on  this matter. The new gate gear ($200)  is a small item, and by itself Expert  advice on this is hardly necessary  1 It is intended to procure expert advice on the necessary* work to the  buttress adjoining the dam, but this  cannot be obtained till low water. The  estimate for this is speculative and  was insei ted to' make up an even  amount.        _*       v     '     *���������  The repairs to the power house can  be laid over, but the amount is, too  small to make much difference, and  expert advice on the i matter is hardly  necessary -* '     -���������-���������. f    *  ^ The item ot water-pipe is necessary  to keep pace "with the growth of the  town, and make'the 'distributing system more regular than has hitherto  been the case. The quantity required  was measured on a-> plan and reduced  to carloads fiom the Pipe Company's  tables.        *-    '    J   > -  Referring back to the'flume, I would  point out that if an annual expendi  ture had been made on this"~and the  weakest parts repaned the struoture  would have performed its work without mishap, and if this plan is followed up I feel sure it will last the life of  the purchase debentures  So far as expert advice on this is  concerned, I think an experienced  bndgeman could give us better advice  than the best engineer.  In conclusion I would liko to impress on the citi/ens the absolute  necessity of making a considerable expenditure to supply required lights  If this ^expenditure is spread over a  number of years, tne burden will be  small each year, and our taxes need  not be above 20 mills. If we have to  spend the necessaiy amount out of  this year's revenue our taxes will be  as high as lost year���������32 mills.  It is intended that the work shall  be of a permanent character and such  that will justify doing it on borrowed  money. For*- that reason '^1 ^would  strongly urge the citi/ens to" pass the  proposed bylaw as a business proposition, claiming that expenditure for  permanent improvements should be  spread over at least the life of the improvements.  I am, etc.,  H A Brow?.,  Mayor  railand������teamer.  The 0. P. R will send out parties to  thoroughly explore Vancouver Island  A freight tiam was wiecked on the  Ciow's Nest road this week and twelve  oais smashed up  Tbe only Fif-Befonn _ Wardrobe^ here llt-.'it^  J; ,G. /Macdonald; tRevSlstoke.  . > HOMES v FURNISHED, , ON   MONTHLY PAYMENTS.  . *r  Another Carload of Furniture just arrived l Carpets, Linoleums,  i Oilcloths, etc    Sewing Machines, Heintzman Pianos.*   *  R. HOWSON & CO., FURNITURE DEALERS AND EMBALMERs"  * -i   J  fi  Y>  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  i "*. f  '     <      CARPENTRY, JOINERY, CABI- *  -T.NET WORK,  AND-GENERAL  JOBBING.        FINE   WORK   A  SPECIALTY.      NO   JOB   TOO      *���������  LARGE    OR    TOO   SMALL..  Choicest Materials in Stock and Workmanship Guaranteed  TOrtmll  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rdtes $i a day.    Monthly rate.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorixirntod by Act of Parliament, 1855     '  HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.  Wmt. Molso.n Macpueiu,o\, Pres. b  H. Ewi*.o, Vice-Pres.  ' Jamks Elliot, General Manager.  Capital paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  Emything in way of banking business transacted without un-  2Sb<iry delay. '  necesb.  Interest credited twice a year at current rates on Savines Bank  deposits. I "   ""*���������  ���������W. H. PRATT, Manager,  Revelstoke, B. C. 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'  THK   NEW   LAWItENOi:   BLOCK.  i      -..      McKcn/ic A\cnuo, '  EDWARD A. HAGGEN,^ ',   *  Mining Engineer,   '  11 ^ j j (  (Hem;'American .Institute Min ng Knglneors)  >     ..' (Mem. Canadian Mining   . tituto.)  , '     '    Revelstoke, B. C. q .,  Examination of ,and������roports on Mineral Pi o-  - ,K perties a Spccialt y.     i c  H  UGH   S.   CAYLEY.w,  Banister and Solicitor.  v. *  i/  OFFICE���������Corner of Fnst.Street and  7 Boyle Avenue, Revelstoke, B. C  McCARTER      '  <    AND PINKHAM,  _ rjARVET,  BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.      - '  OFFICES :. ^MOLSONS    BANK   BLOCK,    RBVEL"  V STOKK, B. C.      ' t  r   Money to loan. '<��������� <  , Offices. Revelstoke, B. C; Fort Stoelo, B. C. >  Geo. S. McCarter,  A. M.  PlNKHAM,  Rovelhtoke, B.  , A. Hakvky,  ��������� Fort Steele, B. C.  s  J. Jl. Scott, LL.B.  iCOtfrf'AND  W. I Bi iggx.  BRIGGS^  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  ", .    Money, to Loan  Solicitors rou Molsons Bank*  i \      *  ��������� First'Street. Revelstoke, B.C.  months to investigate thoroughly  the Jordan and Eight Mile Creek,  as it would be absolutely neces&ury  lo ascertain the amount of water in  these creeks in midwinter, and albo  their linliility to frazil ice. If  there i������ lo be any hitch, over tin-  electric plant being nut* in ' propei  frhape the city will lose its 1km  customer,'(he C. P. It., the revonut  fiom whose supply alone "would  pay all tho interest and t-inkinp  fund on the amount it is'piopoheci  to borrow under the bylaw.  The citj' has no cause to regroi  the purchase of the water and liglil  plant. A large and profitable lev-  enue has been derived from it, and  the city has been enabled to put in  an excellent water supply, make  other civic improvements, nnd establish schools which are second to  none in the,province. Without the  revenue from this water and light  plant these things could ,not have  been done. The bervico has earned  an average of nearly 20 per cent on  the amount in vested un it since it  has boon under city control A '-  , The tiouble is tliat suflicient  capital was not provided in the  first 'place to, put the, system in  first-class shape, but the time taken  to dispose "of, then, debentures 'was  proof the council went just as far  as it could at that time.  We appeal to the ratepaycis to  think over these things in an 'unprejudiced manner. There is every  reason to believe the expenditure  now proposed will put the plant in  a very eflicient condition, and if it  does the monev will be well spent.  If the bylaw does not carry'it can  only be taken as an indication the  citizens dont want to .carry on' the  enterprise, and it will then' be' up  to the council to take steps to soil  it to'a corporation who will be only  to glad to get, the opportunity'^!  getting hold of such a good thing,  and will conduct it in a business  way. If that step has to be taken,  the city, will regret it, only once,  and that will be always.. If a company took it over there is, hardly  any doubt they would make tfie  very additions and repairs the city  council now proposes. <' The city  has never been up against a more  serious proposition, and we hope  the citizens will -recognise' their  responsibility and sacrifice personal  feelings for the best interests*of the  city at'tlie poll on Wednesday.  We say such men as Foster and  Bennett arc a menace to the peace  and good governmentof tin**country  The men who would destroy the  'pence'and"goodwill of the people of  Canada by striving to sow the seeds  of sectarian stnfe in this land  which ProvidenceWias blessed' are  tiaitors to tlieir countiy and fellow  citizens,, and tho electors should  lose no opportunity of showing  iheir contempt for'und disapproval  of such exhibitions of bigotry and  fanaticism.' '  , TRUTHS FOK ONTARIO  Those who know' Hon. Frank  Oliver would expect some homespun language from him on,the  Northwest , education ..agitation  which fanatics of Ontario' are trying to engender. ' Well, Frank  attended a1 meeting at Woodstock  and proceeded to deal out to the  bigots and fanatics'of Ontario some  plain ��������� 'language forcibly setting  forth the hypocrisy of the men who  aieciying out against the education  system of {the Northwest., Mr!  Oliver .('oitid. / "The rights , of, the  province were those given by constitution in the Confederation-Act',  and'it was not forrgovcrnment or  parliament to, ignoic'the constitution. "This' the government had not  done nnd it was guilty of no breach  of provincial rights. 'Let the pro  vincc be fiee' was a favorite scry  made by many provinces in educational miittoih.l ,Hy' whose hands  had Ontario been 'restncted save  by those of the imperial parliament:  Many petitions', mostly fiom Ontario, had been received at Ottawa,  that new provinces might be entirely free in educational matters.  ���������They lind'been sent to the wrong  addiess, f6r,nobody>but the imperial  parliament' could make the pro-  wncefcTentirely free in educational  matteis: If we iri the Northwest had  a system of ������eparate schools similar  to tliat of> Ontario,'' we would do  away with them. We had such' a  system and we , voted it "out. 1  would suggest to the people who  are ^making such-a fuss that they;  get'out and abolish their own separate schools." n     '        r'  ZH *botenas fllbail  iSATURDAY, JUNE 17,, 1805.  ; CEAST SIGHT'S MEETING. '  The 'citizens meeting  held 'last  -    night ended very unsatisfactorily.  The opinion of'the meeting should  r haye been expressed in a resplution  giving tHe city council  to understand   exactly "what  the-citizens  want.    As matters _stand, all  that  remains is thatmuchdissatisfaction  fras expressed with the running of  the  water and'light department,  and that it was because of want of  confidence ^n   this the bylaw was  turned' down, and   the  opposition  to the bylaw to  be voted on Wed-"  nesday   would   arise.    Doubt was  shown as to'whether it was wise to  iipend any ^ more money in patching up tbe^ present source of power  ata the Illecillewaet, and the opinion expressed  that a better source  should b'e looked for.%  ���������   The aldermen  courted criticism  by'not-appearing' on the platform  in  stronger force fto' explain and  jJefend their position ^and this in-  tensifie'd the feeling*bf "distrust and  opposition to. the- scheme put forward by the council.    At the same  time there are two sides to it.   The  feity has  over  $80,000 "in\ested in  ihe water and light equipment.    Is  that investment to be allowed totgo  to wreck and1 ruin  for the sake of  the $20,000 require_d to put it into  first-class condition?  "���������  Such   a   policy   on     the    part  pf    the   citi/ens   would   be   absolutely  suicidal.     It   would   leave  this  city   with   nothing but its ordinary  revenue on  which to conduct   improvements,   provide   for  education, find interest and sinking  fund on   the  moneys already  bor<-  rowed, and which   must be p'aid at  any cost.      It  means that the city  rates will have to he advanced to a  point  where  the  taxation  will be  unbearable.     It   means   blighting  the otherwise excellent   prospects  of  the city in every way and seriously depreciating'the value of city  property.  t We -are satisfied that when the  dti/ens realise this position, there  is not a responsible man who  "would not regret the defeat of the  bylaw, and admit by his vote  against it that he helped to strike  ,a dioastrous blow at the best progress of the citv. The intention of  the Council has been to use this  money in the best and most efficient manner to put the electric  light plant in permanently firet-  iplass shape. And it can be done.  " The Illecillewaet furnishes the  largest body of water for power in  ihe vicinity of the city, and in  Winter it requires the whole of the  Water available.    It   would  take  FANATICISM  IN CANADA.  Bigotry is.coming to be,the curse  of Canada. At the London election  the Conservatives  are reported   to  have floated  standards " ,Vote  for  the King" and "Vote for the Pope,"  insinuating on therone hand- tha't  theYConservatives x'were' the "only  loyalists, and on  the other  that a  vote for the'LiberaP candidate'was  aivpte for, the Pope.-  *A party'that  will Presort   to  'such   disgraceful  appeals." to ..^race'' and ^ religious  passions is a curse to Canada, and  it"- tactics are"more nearly allied to  a iSpanish    inc|tiisitio"n"   than    to  Christianity.'     Who have been the  friends to'liberty and jus'tice in the  past?   The Liberals,  who, fought  and carried to victory the battle for  freedom  in ..Manitoba,<or the Conservatives who sought to make the  people of that province subservient  to the church?     What part}- could  have, by its acts in the Boer War,  by its preferential franchise, by its  national   policy   of   relieving   the  Mother   Country   of   the   cost   of  maintaining  the   defences   of  the  country, have shown greater loyalty  than the Liberal  party?   There is  plenty of'room in   Canada for Protestant and Catholic ,to live  amicably side by side, and .in justice to  the French   Canadian   and  other  Roman Catholics we must say the  history of the past twenty years has  shown that they  have been   better  citi/ens tharfmany Protestants,who  have lost no opportunity  to insult  their fellow citizens  who differed  from   them   in   religious   opinion.  Freedom of conscience has been one  of the great  bulwarks  of  British  government, and those men, calling  themselves Piotestant". who ������eek tn  deny to their  fellow-citi/ens   their  undoubted  right  to  worship  God  and educate their  children as they  deem right are  neither Christians  nor kood   citi/ens, but bigots  and  fanatics   who   would   repeat    the  story of the days of the inquisition  by steeping this  land in blood   for  what   they  are   so   hypocritically  pleased to term "the glory of God."  The future state  i- the concern   of  the conscience of  each  alone  and  no  man has  a right  to dictate   lo  his neighbour  what creed   hoshnll  follow,  n i .   ,     t  "We haven't 'got1 power," came  from the audience.  " That's exactly what they told  us, there," was Oliver's reply, " but  we'took it. Now we haven't any.  such system, and we ^re1 supporting" the taurier government and  amended clause 16 of the autonomy  bill as a certain'guarantee they will  never 'get i'i t " ',        ~     ''   .��������� -,  Ontario has more chinches and  wickedness and hypocrisy' within  its borders , than ^all^the rest of  Canada put together, and its stand!  on the'education question in "the  North west isiproof of its.hypocnby.  Let Ontario first remove the '-mote  from "its own eye.      , ~ a. ,< i-   '/'  RELIGION  , IN SCHOOLS  "    The Bishop's Proposal.  The Rov C A.Piocumei informs us  that while Bishop Dart advocated religious uistiuotion iu icliools at the  meeting of the Dioecs.ui Synod, lie did  not propOfC that tlie work be tluoivn  on the teaclieis but rather that the  schools be thrown open to thecleigy  foi lull nn horn a day or so to enable  them to give lehgious instruction .The  trouble iboufc this proposal is that few  of the clergy- would take rftl\intage of  it, and'that the pupils, after tliej liavp  put in 'the regular* hours at their  school work, will not bein fit condition  to absorb the instruction in religious  dogma that would be given them by  the clergy, and the schi me would pro  bably destroy it3 0wn object. Our idea  on this question of religious instruction  in schools is to leave weh alone.  Y NAKUSP. ?  /    f .    \  -        -. - ,p  * fr Krom Our Own Cornniiondcnt. *-^'^  ' Mrs.' Win. McKissock has moved tb  Comaplix.  Miss McDonald, of Qolden, is���������visit-  ing Mrs. J. G. Hillings.   ,  , Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott spent a  few days in' Revelstoke'. M ?  F. W. Joidnii spent a few days, on  his ranch at JSdgewood. ,  ,        ,  The innterm 1 for the new Catholic  church is being putron the ground.'   i (  J. R. Jamieson and A. N7 Cowan arrived home from their trip to the coast'  , Mis. A. globus and family aiespend-  ing a few weeksjiit J. JE������. McCai t ney's  ranch.       '    " ,        , >.<���������>'<  , The,,warm* weather of' the last few  days is causing the'watei to. rise very  inpidJy.'        , , i   -"'���������'',    ' '  Mrs. A. Nicholas left on MondayTfoi  a trip to' ��������� Cowley, Alta./to visit her  mother. ; ,       ;  Mrs. Muhhcad, who has been very  ill, we'aie pleased to say is rapidly ic-  tioveriiig.   , ", ' ,  ,t A number of,the mill boyB aie 01-,  giinizing a cricket club. Thev expect  their outflow ill bo here 111 a few days.  " Mi8.,Gibson and childion of Arrowhead, whojuive boeiivisiting Mrs. C.  1$. Kiik, letuined ,lionio on Tuesday  last. -i     , f   '   '        ,  Hobort Sheill and \VYCaldei-of'Fire  Valley, spent Satuiday in town. They  lopoit piospects good in the Valley  foi a bountiful crop.}     -J  ,'  ,'<���������-'  Strawboi lies'are now on the iiiarket!  F. G. Fauquier, of the Needles 'ranch,  Kne Valley, is sending, up sonic fine  fruit.   The hemes giowirin" this  dis-  EST,   187,7.:  ; iMt.7?i:s:i$.37  iT,-lii7,7A:A :::::AU,.-;U;A'{:<A: A'A -V'-.-*-.'���������  :l-i- AAAA.;.:'-:-    A '..'-y-. A-- ������������������-���������AAA^., IJM.CV-: I. S3  vxxsm^Mm^&^iVK  ::iiiiiiift8wi^iiili  :T:ftEAXB:iAG::i}$jX&  mid wxmtmmmm x ini  ���������:.v-.?7-'--^^.--iV7v,-.?;:74-.-2-0:6T2-i2:^:(;-|.R.S--T;-^  7.M-l;|M N E X p?o-Eis; 7 7 X-fXAiXXAAf-A';. XxfXA]^'1^^^^.  :>y/Ri-f e i;| cY^:jti K />^  SHI P    U?Jp MVi 1/ A ������li \ XPiop} F������?RiCE:^ ?   API I/AS HI P: AGAIN.?:  W  SHIP AGAIN'.  ;lawrenc^;hardware co: ltd-  \   ."^ HEADQUARTERS. IN "KOOTisNAY,"FOR    '"---���������  "'/Paints, Oils, .General Hardware, Sporting'Goods, ' ' 1  '*      : 'Saw'Mill Supplies,, All Lines of Granite and1 ',{���������    "*  1 * f ()rr * " Js-jI^  >,   x',ijt   ' Tinware, Plumbing/and Tinsmidling!'r    , 'p^  Repair Work Done '& Estimates Given  RECEIVE rROMPT.ANlf CAREFUL'ATTENTION'  Kootenay/Lodfce 'No. 15 A'F, &AtS.  Tho /regular mpot  ln){f aro held in tho  Maponio Temple,  JddFellows Hall, on  the third'Monday Id  each month at 8  p.m. Visitingbroth-  ren ��������� * cordially wcl  corned.    ,   ���������  C. 'A. PROCUNIER, Skcbktarv.  SELKIRK I.ODOE, NO  12,1. O. O. F.  Mcotii ovory Tuobday  Selkirk  < evoning  Hall    at  Visiting brothron cor  dially Invited  w.'w.kostbr/n.g.  tend.  o'clock,  on cor-  to at-  'J.MATHIB.SKC  in.  trict aie second to none in  B..C  LATEiWAR NEWS  >'!  exhausted  AN ICiVri'irATIG PROTKKT.  The result of thedominionolectionp  in Ontario on Tuesday is an emphatic denunciation of the methods  of the Conservative in resorting to  an appeal to race and creed prejudice in their frantic appeals to  gain victory. There was George  Eulas Foster playing the role of  pious fraud in crying out for denunciation of the education clauses  of the Northwest Autonomy Bill,  on the ground they were an attempt  to coerce the people. Yet there w.is  no more nolonou������ coercionist in  the days of the Manitoba school  question than this same Foster.  Then we had the pitiable spectacle of Bennett,of Calgary, rushing  to Ontario to endeavor to feed  sectarian strife by making demagogic, speeches in the hope of rousing  the issue Protestant versus Catholic.  BANFF.  Serious Accident to Railway  Employees.  Vi lnle nnl- adinggravl from n work  train np.ir J'tintt bund.iyv jifternoon  five of Gosling's extra, gang received  injuries through the breaking of the  cable used to operate the gravel plow.  Of the 5, 2 were "nly slightly injured,  the other three being brought lo IJuntt  hnspitd where they vvcic attended by  Dr. Urett Thrir injuries were as  follows \V Go������linfr, back injuied and  geneial bruises; W. Nichn|������nn, leg*  injured mid hands rlislot.iled, E.  Qnnin, leg broken in two pl,icc������, fr.ic-  ture iit huso of skull and severe ������calp  wound".  To Eat Without Hunger  i8toe.it nnwisel}. Clink's delicious  poik and beans create hunger. Ideal  for the worker     (5c and l(>c tins  Deplorable Conditionof Russian  ;   '>".'.;  E!eer,\..  't-'The iiiiniiiiunition ��������� 'was'  aftei the lhst day's lighting, even the  very* moining of ',the bnttle.   When  the Japanese ,appeared  the' Russians'  were caught in. an - impossible formal  tion.^^'rp '\    t-'-b.-f^'^;,���������,  rRojestvensky's position was cramped  ih is1 transports weie badly'placed, and  caused (confiision. While the Japanese  were raining in piojectiles, even fioiii  machine guns, onvtbe ^Russsian'ships;  the latter weie 'huddled^ together,'  blanketing each othei's fiie. ^Only the  leaders of the i columns''could bring  tlieir guns' to,bear, and even these the  untiained gunners fiiedvvildly.4 s, '' {  '* Pekin, June 14���������In'^Geiman'and  oth'er ciicles here 'the1'prospects of  peace between5 Japan, and^Russia are'  considei ed. leniote. Nit- is supposed  Japan intends to inflict a - final'and  irushing'blow.upon the Russian .hmy,  of Manchuna befoie enteitainjng any.  proposition for peace. ?  ' Gunsha Pass, June 14.���������The Japan-!  ,ese have<*forced the^ ad vance posts',of  jthe Russian (left"'beyond the" Kacche  nver^'A-.heavy1* foice seems to be'be-  hind'this mbyement.v 'Field'Mui&hal  Oyama'is leady forii general offensive  niOveinentY,^      ,"', ��������� "i '*, ^"i~v X  t'okio,' June 14.���������Itv is 'generally,  thought that'Field .Marshal* Oyam.i's'  plana arc rapidly matuiifig, 'and that  the nevt great battle will sweep Gen  Lincvitch b.ickaud cany the Japanese  .tuny into ( Russian ^teintory. The  good faith and ultimate intentions of  Russia towaids peace aie openly and  generally questioned.  Washington, D C, June 14���������Riis-  si i'8 formal' response to Piesident  Roosevelt's appeal to the fai eastcin  belligerents foi a cessation of hostilities  h.is been communicated to the Tokio  government by the pits,ident. Doubt  it expressed in some quarters whether  the Russian response'is satisfactoiy'to  Japan. The government has indicated  its intention of not sacrificing its  dearlj bought victones at arms in,the  conflict of diplomacy vvhich is now  being waged.  Peace Now in Sight.  Washington, D C, June 15th ���������  Official announcement is made that  Washington has been selected for the  location of the peace conference  Tlie announcement came in the  form of an ollicial statement issued by  Seijretftiy Loeb, by diiection of tlie  President    The statement follows.  " When the two Governments weie  unable to agree upon either Chefoo or  Paris, the President suggested ' the  Hague, but both governments have  now requcf-ted that Washington be  chosen as the place of meeting, and  the President has accordingly notified  both Governments that Washington  will be selected.  Vienna, June 15,���������The opinion prevailing here is tint peace negotiations  between Russia and Japan will eventual Jy prove successful. This is based  primarily on the belief that Japan will  meet Russia more than half way,  making unexpectedly reasonable dc  inands.       ;,  ' Rod Urbo Degree meets kccoikI and ^fourth  TuoMclai'H of encli month; White Rose Degree  meets Third Tucbdivy of cneh quaitcr, in Odd  follows Hall,1 ,Vislting urothren'vvclcomc. '  JAS. I/WOODROW,     i     ' ,Y-    " '   t-  >, *        I'resiucnt.,/      *    Secrotary.  ,/-:j. jSamson,,;,-;  Paintep,\_Paperliangep,/ Signwritep'  sd ' ��������� KALSOMINING - DONlT. "r v v  i, *Ordeis leceive 'prompt attention. >^  ''l  Second street, "' -      REVELSTOKE 'i  OUR OFFER/OR ONEJVIONTH ONLY  -To inlioduce bin now htock wo will hoikI by,'  mail piepald one of oui $15.00"Amulean Wnlt-  lnun Watches foi $7.50 ' Quiiiilno (jcrinttii '  Silveilne UiUiOfWiurttiited-'for 20 years, move -.  meiit wai runted foi live years.1- Positively only  1 natch lo encti custoinei. Send monev order ���������  or i ogistoi ed lotter.- Chocks not acceptable. .v ~%  Tho Montreal Co, 223 Carroll Stroot, Van-"'  oouvor, Bra; w~',- if'.-, . t--v    701mJU  ��������� .���������-*;  ���������\l������.  W./Al McDonald ^  u PLASTERER ^BRICKLAYER,'? -?  'REVELSTOKE1,  ?-?  The only fust-class plasteier'intown. -<  Leti?me .know, youi^ie^uirements. .*yA  Caiload*,of'Lime just imported.-. A Car-i.  i *'  j load ol Rnckuinder order. '-* . iC  ft    :  ���������  ���������t *-*.  J* .1  Wv v, X  'V '       1  **  'A    1  B  JrVOMYARp?;;  1>.-1 have-stai ted ii permanent'-'Wood ,  iTaid on ,Tlnid street.    With my past,  experience I hope:to be-in-a position,  to satisfy all, requirements'fot'custom-  ***},* &  i  i. .  \      *v      < .       i" |,     j_ z~  '  ' *  - Y, *  Has just opened up his new season's stock of  Carriages-i and- Implenierits^^ if \  >      These include'" Garden  Seedersn Plows,''Ha'r-,  ������        rows, Farm Implements of all kinds. >. Light    A '*, t ^^  , .and Heavy JVagons. Light Buggies/Rigs, and^ '     ;    ���������-^-  Mohne andean child Wagons.    - * ,. '������,'" '- ; - ,t       '*  Shoeing-   a ^Specialty.  . f' Wagons Made and' Bepaif "id.  SECOND STREETS RE������ELSTOKE.?  4^- '������V%^^^^%^^^^^'VtVV^*V^V/V^^*VV������.'V^V>V������^i^  .-''  To tlio Hoard "of liiconsiui; Couimissionera forv  ,,   tho (Jitj^of Rovolbtoko . ' > -  lI liorol'} upply for a hotol liconso to soil wines '  M)inlh, boor or other fermented or intoxicating *  liquors pi tho building intended for un*.hotel,  situato ou Lot 13 in Kloek 17, Plnu'bSOA Rovol-  Dated Ma> 13th, 1903%*- > ? ^^ ' -  ^  liOjo'iO ,f- __ 7  ,'.trtf   o   H "J.^HANBUKV -&v.  m������^wiN&?  .-vrOXICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the under. "  J_> A signed ������haa submitted to the Lieutenant- T  (iovornor in Council a proposal''under tho pro-'1  visions of tho Rivors aud Streums Act, for clear."  nig and removing!of obstructions from  Frog  Orook iu tho district of lulo,  and for making,  tho same Ut for rafting und���������driviug thereon of _'  log-,, timbor, lumber, rafts and crafts, nnd for  orocting1' and   maintaining dams,   Uumos*and '  canals for holding, sorting and delivering logs  aud timbor brought down said Crook <.  "  i Tho hinds!to bo alfoctod by said work are  Crown lauds*  -, ~"*   >* . ������  ������������������Tho rate of tolls proposod. to bo charged aro  '���������  such   as   may! bo listed  by the Judge of tho  County Court of Ynlo    ->���������,?,...,    ���������,-.    oi..,  ' Dated tho 28th Maj, 1903.   ������������������ I.  (M3jo2������ e      .>    , EL  KINMAN.  NOTICE.  BURNS  ���������w-   Y     js  ���������Wholesaleand'Rbtail' .' '   \   ' '"  Meat Mercnantsi  Head' Ofiape, Abattoir and Cold* Storage : 5''  -^^^B'fOalgary,'' Alberta  USE  Royal  Crow^n  oap  And snve Wiappcrs foi Premium**..  ftOVAL CROWN SOAP has no cqunl  on the mnikct Drop us n curd and  we will mnil you a catalogue illustrating the beautiful premiums we olVcr.  The Royal Soap Co.,  LUMBERING.  TheMundy Lumber Co willshoitly  have their mill at Three Valley Luke  in operation, steam having been got  up for the first1 time on Shturday.  The Dress Makers Favorite  Every .stitch h .vstitHrof strcn  hew with BKLDINC'S SH,  .seams won't ravel���������because  and tough.  g's  Vancouver, B. C.  Limited  CHOLERA INFANTUM  Child Not Expected to Live from One  Hour to Another, but Cured by  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy.'  Ruth, the little daughter of K N.  Dewey of Agnewville, V.t., was seriously ill of cholerain.'antum Inst sumtnci  "VVc gave htr up and did not expect  her to live, from one hour to another,"  ho Hfiys. "I happened to think o:  Chamberlain's Colic, Cliolciu and  Dim rhoea Remedy and got a bottle of  it from the store. In live hours J saw  11 change for the hotter. We kept on  giving it and befoie she had taken the  half of ono siniill bottle sho was vvoll."  For sale by all druggist*  -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho under-.,  JJi    signed lias submittod to tho Lieutenant-  Governor sin Council  a proposal,   under tho  provisions of tho Bivors, nnd Stroams Act; for ���������  clearing' und removing of obstructions   from  Throo Valley Creek in tho District of Ynlo and  for making tho same fit for rnftidg and driving  tlioroon of logs, tnnoer,luinbor, rafts and crafts,  and for orectiug nnd  maintaining booms for  holding, sorting und delivering logs, und timbor*  brought down said Crook, and for attaching  booms to tho shore of said Creek and Three  Valley JLako for said purposes   * >  The lands to bo nffectod by said work are  Crown lands. '  Tho rato of tolls proposod to be charged are  such as may bo fixed by the Judge of tho UoUbty  Court of .Yale., ^ ,    ^   ,  ' Datod tho 20th Mayt 1003        ---**���������-  r������  .E.L  KINMAN  Y-Y7; notice;7;..77  XTOriCB Is hereby gncn vtlmt on the 21st  XS fjune, 1805, ut 10.Jt)'a in., an application  will be made by tho undersigned under the  provisions of tho "Klveis and Streams Act", to  the Judge of the County Court of ICootcnay at  the Court House at Kevelstoke, B.'C, to fit the  amount which tho undersigned shall be at  libeitj to charge for tolls, Doomage, rafting,  drivn.|$ of logs, timbei, lumber and crafts, nnd  I foi taking caio of same until delivered under  and by vn tuo of tho Ordei-in Council granted  to tho undersigned undortaid Aot empowering  the undersigned to clear, und remove obstructions from t Mosquito Creek, West Kootenay,  and to mako the same fit foi rafting nnd driving thoreon logs, timber, lumber, iafts or crafts  Dated this 18th May, 1D05.  'a- ' 1,1, .-THE YALK COLUMBIA "v  729|i20 '      LUMBER CO., LIMITED.  NOTICE  is best, for machine,' plain sewing, cmhioidcry and all fancy work  because it is the stiongest. Made  in all shades to match everything  you make by hand or machine.  Leading 'dry^ goods and  fancy goods .stores rhave Belding's  Silk. *       \   *  VTOTICl. 13 hereby given thut 011 the 21st  IX Juno. 1905. ut 10 JO u. 111., an application  will be made by Iho undersigned under tho  provisions cf the "Itivois and Streams Aot' to  the Judge of tho County Court of Kootenay at .  the Court IIouso at Itev olstokc, B. C��������� to llx tho  amount which tlio-undcrsignod shall bo at  libertj to chargo for tolls, boomage, rafting,  driving of logs, timber, lumber and crafts, and  for taking euro of namo until delivered, under-  andbj vfitueofthc Older in Council grunted  to the lindoisigncd under said Act empowering  thoundcrxigncd to clear and rcniovo obstruc  tions from Ilalf-VVny Creek, West Kootenay,  nnd to make the same lit for rafting and driving thereon logs, limber, lunibor, 1 afts or crafts  Dated this 18th May, 11)05. c  THE ARROWHEAD LUMBER   COMPANY  MQIe20 Limited.  REVELSTOKE, B. O.  ABHAHAMSON   BROS,   PROPRIETORS  First-clabs in every respect.    All modern conveniences.  Large Sample Booms.  Rates. $l.60per Day, Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same  management  Notice.  Notice is hereby gi\(>n that tho undersigned  have submitted to tho Lieutenant-Governor in  Council a proposal, under tho provisions of tho  Rivera and Streams Act," for clearing and re-  moving of obstructions from Pingston Creek,  West Kooteuav, und"for making tho same lie  for rafting and driving tlioroon logs, timber,  lumber, nfts and crafts, and for erecting and  maintaining booms for holding, sorting and  delivering logs and timber brought down said  creok and for attaching booms to tlio shores of  said creok and Arrow lake for said jmrposea.  The lands to be aflectcd by said work aro  DlTT t S L������t 861'Qroup Ono' Kootenai  - The rato of tolls proposed to bo chained aro  such as may be iiKeaT by tho Judge of tho  County Court of Kootenay. ���������  Dated April 1st, 1905. U-  009jo7      BIGBEND LUMBER CO., LTD.  fflmmsm  Standard lomedy lor files!,  Gonorrhea and Runnings  I IN 48 HOURS.' Cures Kid-i  nty and Bladdar Trouble*. ft  f9M\  'y   * *���������'* I  I I  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  MMtMikiUi  Made *ftdito 'Graces  C    -*   "        v     ~" -���������,       ; .1    i .     W -'Jfyl,  Cents..  MINING MATTERS  A*  OLD CARIBOO.1  CITY COUNCIL.  1  ������  h  I  ij������ <-  i*  l     i  f fi w  '   ff  a. pound cam  ���������������������., half-poimd;can  \f .J-.* ��������� *    Y*'���������>      >'  Ai all grocers  *  .*  For fifty years Dr. Price's -  sCream"BaIcin'g Powder has ,  been'-the 'standard/' Itf- is v  the" greatest'aid 'to perfect <^  ;fbouseh old cookery." "-'   -  -~W'itlwleast1 labor-, and  "trouble 'it'^makes 'all hot-'  breads, ^biscuit 'and   cake <  tof finest'flavor;'light| appe- A.  ;tizing and ^wholesome.  ������������������I'm  oJi Humfrey Ariger,~ Mus.>Doc.yTgives, his;  opinion of tKeNew: Scale* Williams Pi ono  ' ii , t,       ~~    %,' "'    t' **  'Y* *The^foUowingfletter)from Dr.-Jj.^Hunifrey/Anger is exprcssive3,ofi  the deep knowledge Dr. Anger  has of his'profession,-and at^the same B-1  taet*^'eompHm.**ntary to'the* *"t*, ^w\''^- -.*- 'ffkx '^U������  i 'A.llow me to congratulate,you upon the New Scale Williams Piano;  I on bonestly^say that|thc instrument is one of theLbest upright pianos  that I hare ever tried % The bass is, exceptionally rich and lull, while  the treble possesses a bright jiand liquid character, at the same time  the"tone is.wtll and cenly graded/ throughout, bespeaking workmanship of the highest class As soon as the sterling qualities of the m .  stmment become generally known, I feel "sure. tlint,it will meet with'  instant success' ^Believe me, yours very truly,������"���������*'' vt,f'fi .* a *'  i J HUMFREY  ANGER,,Mus   Doc   341 Jarvis St, Toronto ,  Operations Resumed on Slough  ���������-������ Creek.   ,/ '*;   '  ,-The Canadian Mining'Heview says  It is very gratifying to learn satisfactory^ financial arrangements haw been  made'to carry on the work Which has  been for some many years past courageously undertaken to develop, the  ancient river -'channel' systems*, at'  Slough creek and elsewhere in the  Cariboo district. Some months' ago  Mr. J.D. Kendall, a well-known mining  engineer/was retained to examine the  Slough creek properties on behalf of  the promoters oft the^-undertaking,  who have since,taken'the property  over. Mr. Kendall's leport (wai eminently favorable, j and as (he has the  reputation of being most conservative  in his' opinions, 'there is 'every reason  to believe'that this enterprise will be  carried to a'successful issue. '   '        ���������  UTHE ^WILOAMS PIANO^CO." Limit**,  Oshawa, Out."  Lttr,  -* Write Williams" Piano Co .  ** on thelhistory anTljconstriiction of 'a  >, : s'^'liEWISrBR'QrS.-j  lawaj^for copies-* of illustrated booklet* t  iano,J or'call-at-the localvware-.obtns' *V������-  Osh:  Piano,  Revelstoke  ,#>:  im  ^rr, -l -J} o- -1 ���������'���������*-., -> *���������*. ��������� i& y ",-ir,- ^ -i -_-; ^ j -r?->^ > * .'i-  Quotatioiis_siihTiiitted for Inserted Tooth, Shingle or bthet 'Solid ���������Tooth Saws  'and all kiiid-vof tepiir,. work. Millmen"t*verywhere are spnding ns "repeat"  <1bii8in������'s-.iilLpr%ONK-lrial/ HOJEJBITS^AND'SHANKS in;all sizes^kept in  stock hi'lowest rate"'., -<.   - ������ v '  i**A    *  "J-'-   '     ������    -    ,lj    " ������������������ J      .-> '*  'iMevelstbke Navigation .Coi Ltd  "TIBpS T&BLB'  (During sea&on of high^vatei)  t     Leave Eight-Mile La>ding each ,  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY at 6 a.' m  Leave LA 'Pjdrte each     f   i1"  TUESDAY'^AND FRIDAY at^2 p.m  ^SPECIAL TRIPS ������i!l be made he-  tueen dates of regular sailing when-  pvei business bffered wai rants same  The Company "reserve the right to  change time and days of sailing without notice. Yt ,  A. FORSLAND,, <��������� F. SVVANSON,w  Master. *        ">     , *-Purser  SILVER CUP MILL  Shuts Down-T-IZO^Men Thrown  rr   -'Out"of Employment,     j  A> The worst piece of news the Lardeau  district has experienced for some time  came as a tbundeibolt/- when it was  announced the mill and 'chloridising  plant" of ( the Ferguson * Miues Ltd  operatingsthe-^ettie-L and Silver Cup  Mines, had been shut'down and 120  men thrown outj of employment. ..Nor  does it appear to be a merely temporary  affair as the telephone lines were taken  down and other;, signs'of,a", long shutdown are evident/ *-The reason osten-  siblyrgiveritis that^the reserves*of mill-  mg.ore^have beenvexhausted,ibut that  is all?nonsenBeas,'althoughfthe second'  grade dumps *have been|pretty',well  worked out, ,the jaorkmgs Tare'fulljof  that class of ore, which was ii^ot taken  out of the mine by* the Sunshine' Ltd?,  ,when_they were mining only the ship-  uig giade of ore/^i.' ( t' ^i, -r',  1 It is feared the truetreaBori^is the  company 'found- itselflunable, ,with  thej-plant installed,fto make^a.'pioht  on'thejore^theyjhandle^ intthe mill.  Other reports say?further development  willobe pushedXon^and modifications  made1 to the inill-,plant'''with aview to  ensure bettei "lesultsV-������ ^A?'"^ f ^>-, [  r, Tliejlong ldfl^level'tunnel'dnveri^byl  the1 company two years'ago to de\ elope'  the_ lead^discoveied*\er^ little ore,  though" it vwas^hoped'"to strike the1  do^nwaril exteiisiorpof^the^ig Mense  on "wliicli^'mo8tTof '.the^development  work and mining had previously Leen  done " The'bpinipn is expiesssed'that  the.tunnel wasvnot7pushed fai enough  to'stiike 1 this "bielchute. '.Th'e-coin-  piesBor was so; damaged by theibig  slide >a;yeai( ago (that work .was'*nevei  resumed in ~bhe' tunnel * afterwards^  though,' if the compreMof plant _ was  agam(put into commission, this'tunnel  might xbe'-pushed Yforaard^'with-^a  possibility of obtaining ore 'or making  a raise'from it in" the direction, of the  ore Bhoot/wheri inore'oiemight'be'dis-  coVered. v*n X';*-- J^--, >A"f ���������"7"*  "^Ve hope the outlook niay7not be so  disappointing as'it'at present appears.  OCEANS STEAMSHIPS.  Rojral Moll Lines,  ,. Cheapest'Kocto" to the Old Country.  ALLAN UNE-From'Montreal.  Virginian     -.      . '..Juno 23  Tunisian .June SO  Victorian . ">*}ly1  Bavarian . July li  CAN. PAC. ATLANTIC S S -From Montreal  Montrose . .       *���������      Juno 24  Lako .Michigan ^ ..     Jul> 1  Mount Temple  July 22  DOMINION LINE���������From Montreal.  Kensington        .        . .Juno 24  Canada . Ju y1  Southward . ,     Julj 8  Dominion . - I    July lo  AMERICAN LINE-From New York.  Philadelphia       . Juno 21  8t. Paul Ju y 1  Now York .       July 8  St. Louis .        . July 15  ��������� WHirB STAR LINE-From Ntw York.  Teutonic .      . Juno 23  Oceanic July 5  Majestic July 12  Cedric J"'y 1������  CUNAHD LINE���������Fiom Now York.  Etruna . .        . Juno 21  Campania . . Juh 1  Umbria ^M1-*',8  Laconia. . ... July 11  Passongora tickotcd through to all parts of  Great Britain and Ireland, and at upocially low  ratodto all parts of the Kuropoan continent.  Apply to nearest railway or steamship wont or  to  T. W. BEADSHAW. Agent, Bovelstoko  W. P. F OUMMINOS,  Paolfio    AKent  SEE  Like to have things-right up to date���������  the latest in everything. This fashion  naturally* includes   home furnishings  7now;  fabwxko-na  ISTMLATESt  IDEA IN WALL  COVERINGS  It is prepared burlap "ready to pub on  the wall���������just like paper���������and comes  in crimson, green, gold and blue. 30in.  widp, 50c. yard. Easy to figure what  your room would tost.  VICTORIA,B.C  Armstrong Meat Market  Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed, in Revelstoke of  and    ornamental  useful  articles:  Tea Horvlees  Plates  IiaekotH  Cane Chain  HandkorchiofH  GOLD FISH  Finest (took of candles and fruits In town.  ������'"' Front Stroat, Royalatok������  IKlowor 1'ots  Umbrella Stands  Lunch flaskets  Smoking Jackets  Silk Goods.  "Fust class supplies of Beef, Mutton,  Poik, Small Goods and Supplies ship-"  ped to any pait of the countty.  Ordcis taken for young pigs six  weeks old and upwaids.  Mail oidei s promptly attended to.  George Murray, Proprietor  ,    Armstrong, 6. U.  VINTNERS  ;    ABSOCIATION  The annual meeting of the Prov in  cial "Vintners' Association was held at  Grand Forks, A. W. Von Rhein presiding.*, i \ <  , General expression ]of opinion was  e\changed representing nearly every  license district in the province.  (The election 'of ���������'officers resulted  President," A.J W.^Von'Rhein, -Victoria,  first vice, L. A. Manly, Grand "Forks,  second vice, "Wm, Gosnell, Nelson,  sec.-trea8.,.'li. F.'Behnsen, Victoria.  Resolved the president again visit all  license districts in the0 province, the  object being to organize some which  have not yet joined,the association, to  elevate and advance the trade 'to the  highest possible'Standard of society,  and that the teachings to all must be  to act togetherL in harmony. j_The  licensing bill was fully considered, and  it was decided to recommend a clause  in the Municipal Clauses Act limiting  licenses to population.  .The membership of the 'association  in this province is now nearly 500.    '-  Next annual 'meeting will be held in  Nelson^June, 1906.r A parliamentary  committee will look after the interests  of the association whenever occasion  calls '     <   ,  CALGARY.  A Rapidly Growing City.  - W. M. Lawrence returned Wednesday from a trip east as far as Calgary.  At Golden he found the residents  elated over the prospects of building  the Kootenay Central railway to connect the Crow's Nest and main C.P.R.  lines. At Calgary he found immense  strides, the city now extending for  three miles. He attended the Presbyterian Church services therc,and found  these had to be held in the theatre as  the accommodation of the former  building was insufficient to cope with  the rapid growth of the congregation.  The Presbyterians in that city are so  strong and prosperous they arc building a $60,000 church* and installing a  $5,000 organ.  '  CITY FLUME.  130 Feet Broken Down.  On Tuesday morning 130 feet of the  Hume at the power house broke down,  due to the rottenness of the timbers  and partly due to the foundation being  washed out by leakage. The result is  the city will ha\e to do without the  electric light for two ^eeks, till repairs  can be affected, and tho city levenue  will mffer considerable lost,   *  The Special Meeting Thursday  ^    ' Night a Hot One.  A\ special meeting of the council  was held Thursday night to consider  what!should be done in view of the  breakage to the flume i at the power  house.      ( ,  Present' The' Mayor, Aid. Foote,  Field, Lewis, McCarter, McLeod and  Abrahamson. '   .  The mayor considered the mishap  due to want of proper oversight on the  part of Mr. Gordon. It was for the  council to consider the best means of  dealing with the trouble.  ( Mr. Gordon said the flume had been  sagging i for the past ^three years and  the ^ council knew it. He asked for  timber to repair it and his request was  refused. *        a '  The Mayor���������You had plenty of timber1 there.  - '  Aid. McCartei���������Why was the flume  not repaired before it was sloughed off  on the city? ( i    !  cAld t Abrahamson���������The company  repaired it repeatedly as required.  ' Mr. Gordon���������Mr. Smith who examined the workB for the city, reported  the flume was good for ten years. (<  i- Aid. Abrahamson���������It is like abridge  ���������it'has to be kept in lepan. ' V  Aid. McCarter���������It was in fine shape  till thercity got it. Then it lequired  a new foundation. The same with the  machinery, and now it is all the fault  of the,^ man who is in charge of it. /  ��������� Mi.' Gordon ��������� You engaged , Mr.  Roberts'to inspect the plant and he  told you,the wheel might fly-in pieces  atany 'time? You asked me to do the  best I could to keep it "running, and I  have done so for a year since then7' If  it v,ent^to' pieces��������� the mayor,"would  make the same^complaint���������as now and  put the whole of the blame on me', y  The mayor quoted^Mr. Smith's re\  port 'and said'the break intthe flume  was due_to rank carelessness, f ^ (Ar_  . Mr. Gordon���������Last year we got a car  load of timbers to repair that flume. -  JThe Mayor���������This is a'council meet-  ing���������.-Sit down Mi. Gordon. -     '  Aid. Abrahamson���������Theuflume has  been leaking much moie the last two  years than' fprmei ly. Y \J i \ -* , "**' t \  i'Mr. Gordon���������That is a he -'That  flumer has ������leakedi'less the last two  yeais than'ever before.^ /t "v > *,  ~Ald.' f McCarter���������Ijpmove that ,Mi.  Goidon be"'given pei mission jco be  heard.Y He'has as much *riglit"as any  one else to*speak on this" mattei , ' ,  t The" May or���������If he is to lbe gi\en"an  oppoitimity of jumping up and^inter-;  ruptmg - everyone I*shall lea\ejthe  chan.v" " , Y' -Y *' ��������� 'X , X"' ,  rj,AId. McLeod-^-I shall ���������juppoit .that  motion. He should have a fail,opportunity trto'defend the*charges made  against him. ' ' C ' ~~> t >Y *  Aid/1 Abiahamson���������The Trcompany  stiengthened the flume befoie"itp was  tuined over'"to^he city"aiid while'they  had it- they saw it was.kept in good  lepair. w-,     .        lV_ V( ^ ., ���������  * ������On Mi. Gordon rising to speak the  mayor intervened. ������������������ (~ ^ *��������������� V "* Y ^  ' j'Ald. McLeod���������Aid. Abrahamson is  talking all the'time. ^Giv'e Gordon the  same,show. \ *," X h YlA  ,-The Mayor4rI<amiquite prepaied to  give Mr. Gordon the'same^oppqrtumty  as anybody else. -    f ^  -' Aid. Lewis considered, a barrel flume  would be the best for the repairs but if  the whole length had to be rebuilt it  would be cheaper to drive a tunnel on  the other side of the stream.  (     '  Aid. Foote���������The 'question is, w hat  will it cost to repair the damage I  The council then set to work to devise a means of rehxing the flume and  Mr. Floyd submitted estimates which  he got from two pipe companies of the  cost of putting in a barrel flume.  . Ald.J McCarter moved that a bariel  flume be put in and prices be obtained  from the pipe companies fordoing tne  work, the works committee to get out  specifications and call, a meeting as  soon as possible to make definite arrangements for having the work carried out. i    ** ,  ,  Aid. Foote seconded and the motion  was carried.      , ���������������   *v ^  Mr. Gordon applied for two weeks  leave of absence for Mr..Lembke, as it  would be a good time for him to take  his holidays while the plant was shut  down.���������Granted. ," t  NEW BUILDINGS.  Knox Church Decide to Build.  <��������� At a meeting of the congregation of  Knox church Thuisday, plans were  submitted with estimates for a chinch  building. Thespians show the finest  church building in the cityr r Tho  building will be about 50ft squ.ire with  tower and belfry, and hall for Sunday  school and social purposes. The  specifications provide for the basement  being of stone, with wood supcrstuic-  ture. A subscription list was submitted  showing a large part of the necessary  funds had been subscribed and the  balance was assured. It was resolved to complete the pay men t  of the purchase-money for the lots  recently purchased on Second street,  at corner of Boyle avenue, and proceed  immediately with the erection of the  building. Building and financo committees were appointed.  The new church will be conducted  on Y. M. C. A. lines, which are considered tbe moat progressive for ensuring the usefulness and popularity of a  church, making it especially a social  resort for the young people of the city  who care to avail themselves of the  facilities to be provided.  The architecture of the new church  will be of a character to make it a  handsome addition to the public buildings of the city.  Buy It Now.  Now is file time to buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy. It is certain to be needed  sooner or later and when that time  comes you will need it badly���������you will  need it quickly. Buy it now. It may  save life.   For sale by all druggists.  WHEN YOU WANT A GOOD  QJGAR THINK OF BROWN'f  HALCYON  HOT SPRINGS  Famous Health Resort Passes  Under New Management.  i Hossland Miner  Harry Mcintosh, the genial propne-  tor of the Hoffman House, has taken  a four years lease of Halcyon Hot  Springs Sanitarium, the most beautifully situated health reaoit in British  Columbia It goes without saying  that under the <��������� management of Mi  Mcintosh Halcyon will soon become  known far and wide as the most popular place of its kind m the west.   '  Situated on the east side of Arrow  lakes, the Halcyon Hot Springs are  owned by a'company organised seveial  years ago by ex-Governor C H.' Mackintosh. '-The healing properties of  these waters .are nothing , short of  marvellous.^ ���������> For rheumatism and  numerous other physical * ailments  they are probably v unexcelled on the  North Ameiican 'continent, and they  bear favorable comparison with the  best medicinal waters of Germany and  Austria. Analysis of > the flow of the  tprings has revealed1 the inteiesting  fact that it contains a.highei percentage of lithnfthan 'any other natural  wateis the world over. This is considered 'sufficiently impoitantj,by, the  medical*" fraternity to recommend  them' most highly for 'the cuie of  afflictions aiising fiom & the" existence  of a superabundance of'unc acid in  tke sys'tem. <���������. * ,*���������  At an expense "of consideiably ,over  ,1>100,000 the'company''has  mij.ioved  the spmigs   and   provided( excellent  accommodation'. Tlie waters are piped  fiom tlie point wheie Jthey rise on the  mountain side to the   hutel and sanitarium,' which is "about aJquaitei of a  mile'distant."   The hotel has excellent  accommodation for a" large number of  guests, and the (baths, plunge/coohi1 g  and other ���������'rooms are_iitted'up in'the  niost,appioved fashion-and with every  necessary convenience.   The���������natuial  surroundings of the^ place possess ���������Aa  distinct and ^tiuly; wonderful charm.  The'Ariow lakes^ue a really magnifi-*  centrbody  of! water, stietching "north  and south'foi nearly a  hundred miles,  and fiom one to four rinles wide.   The  winding couise of this great expanse'  of water affords the tourist,a  scenic  p.inoiuma difficult to equal anywheie  The view of towenng mouiitains,niany  of them  capped with r eternal/snows.  the foiest clad hills, with an occuiiun.f  cascade foimedsby mountain  stie.ims  piesent a prospect of surprising grand-  em. wVY   '     s^      ..  is   +   x    ^  Halcyon is also the centie of linm-  eious oilier'^attractions.i   Therhshing  ib of the .best, while boating, tennis  and other* pleasurable pastimes afford  ample opportunity i-foi   killing" time  The spnng8 are,i,adniirably piovidcd  with tianspoitation facilities,*;having  a double hist class* boat service daily  the j ear round    *>"r    ,-v'i   *.'._,  ' It is stated .authoritatively that'Mi.  McIntosli"intends to  maketmany~im-  portantiimprqvem'entsY to the already  efficient^ service at Halcyon, and when  they 'matenalize/^coupled   with the  efficient management that is certain to  come from Mr Mcintosh's supervision,  Halcyon will be amost'desirable place  to spend ra day oi^al life time.' *.  a ' ' DOINGS MILITARY f \  ; ROCKY MOUNTAIN- RANGERS.  The following was the result of the  Sunday Dinners.  A *.|>t>(ialtv will In*  m.idi*   nf   Sunday  Imiii'is nt the Umnn Hotel   i-PritvoCk  'MRS McKlTTKIOK".  THE GITYEXBRESfS  E. W. Br Paget, Prop.    . ,  *   fA  ,   Prompt(delivery^of parcels, baggage,  tstc , to any part of the City. **  '   Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.. * .  TELEPHONE NO. 7.'  i     Trademarks  i������nd Copyright*  obtained in all countries, a  Clocks! Clocks!  r 8-Day, Half Hour   Strike,   for  $4 00 only * Limited' Number.  J. Guy Barber  Richard R. Copelaiid  . 'JOBBING CARPENTER '  AND CABINETMAKER -, ���������  '    "  '      ���������    u *-     '     '  I K '      ���������  Mantli*-, Shelving, Fly Screens, etCl  Jobbing,Promptly Attended To  Thud Stiet'tEast; ' 'Revelstoke  r'   -   ���������   y     v  '    042to  '     '   "'J   ",  ^      ���������f ?' r    NEW BARBER SHOP  .,& A   i. ,      ..fi *   -.   . L    .,  i.       J. O Mingiin.will open his  a '.?  ~   *"  .-   new Battier Shop,"*    * "  '  ,1    -r   ' ,v       ^   ,-** y "'  FIRST BTREETC  On Monday, May IscT, ^ld Customers  and new can depend on teceiving the  lipst attention    *������������������X>        \ m ~~,"'~~  shoot on  Saturday ���������  -  200  *->oo  GOO  Name  Rank  jds  'jds  jds Total  Morrison  *���������         IilOUt  rl'J  ���������id  Id      "i'i  Shnnllow  Uorii  ii  M      6-1  Kowlunds  1     Corp  ii  IA  4       >1  Nicholson  Pto      -  11  V  0  ,  it)  Fisher  Pte  28  28  0      lb  Vonables  Pte  SO  il>  24      80  Bourne  Pte  1.1  14  li      40  Walkdou  Pte  10  4  0      14  Burpee  Hall  Pte  16  To  r  n     18  Pte  ���������������>  >  il  4       ib  Hardcustlo  Pte     >  '   10  U  4      ii  , Col. Holmes,  D. O  c,  Will  inspect  the arnio  y this evening.  1  T  , it ghoul* tea bezne ia saiaA tbat  every erf4 freafceo* e������ tang*, lew-  en tho vitality aa&. gt������wte������ tbe  ���������ystaa ter tbe tnocm acdoos <&-'  euea, emtmg 'TvMcii >u������ the two  greatest deotrmren r*f hau life,  pneumoaia ul omuumytka.  Cough Remedy  hu trca ita great popularity by its  prompt com of this snaat common  ailment. R ������feb ������jgect<wmHaa, re-  li������v������s th* hmn and opaoa the  Ktcrttioaa, affectiiig a 'apeedy *aA  peraiaaeat entc. It eovatefscts  aay te������4eacy tomttl pmnaeaia.  Plica ������5c. IrArgs Sk������ 50c.  HENRY'S NURSERIES  NEW CROP  1IOMK GKOWN AND IMPOHlUll  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT  AND ORNAMENTAL TREES  KUOUODKNDKONS,   KOSK8,   OKKI3N-  HOUHK AND HAHDV PLANTS  for Spung planting.  Cut Flowers, Floral Designs, etc.  BEE HIVES AND SUPPLIES.  FERTILISERS.  Eastern prices oi  less     White lulior.  Catalogue free.  Buy Direct���������Save Agent's Commission  M. J. HENRY,  3010 Westminster Road  VANCOUVER,      -      -      B. C.  Tho Mastor Mechanic ������ Pure Tar Soap heals  and HOftcnu the skin, whllo promptl) cleansing  ittof grcaso, oil, rust, etc invaluable for me!  chanicH, faiiiierii, HporUmicn. Free mimploof  reooipt of 2o. for postage Albort Totlot Soap  Co,, manufaoUrew. Montreal,  E.^JiTBoupne:  PATENTS  * obtained in all o  ROWLAND-BRIHAIN,  ^, i   %  Registered Patent Attorney   ,   "  Mechanical Attorney and Engineer.     ' l  Boom 3, FairfieldlBIock, Granville at., near F.O  '" ���������*  van'couverY b."* far' -J  A postcard will 86001*6 an evening appoint  ment for those who cannot call duri'jjr the day rr  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  ' 41  : >X&\  Ti  .Cash PridesiPaia  /*Zf   L}<t  F.   Bo   1^TELLS?  ^   Exporter ofr-Furs  a..'  In the Supreme;Qourt"i(of the. North-west Ternton'es Judiciaif District of r*1  1 - Western Assiniboia.    V,V* t' <',  '  IN* THE MATTER  OF'THE  ESTA1E OB-*'  JOHN H   FEBRIER DECEASED. ^  v-ft  ���������* *" r^"l  i'l  ���������X^X,i\  .    i <~ i  ,4  PURSUANT to thcorderof the Honorable Mr."  J uitice Is e������ lands made Herein on the 6tb day i,  j of June, 1905 , > ^ , t '<     yy     ,  TAKE NOTICE that'each7creditor of tho ,-  abo^c ebtatc U requested to send in to thoun i  designed t on or before the Unit} first day of  Jul), I'JOi. a detailed statement of his claim  against tho"baid estate together with a state   '  ment of the becurlt} (if any) held bj  him, said  HtatcmcnU to be vcrifled*by statutorj declare  ,tion    .     f ���������,   -^Jjt  .s    ,'-,*-.  i^f^  .Haled at Regma this sixth day of, J une, 1905. s  F. \V. G. HAULTAIN,     ?,  Ad\ocate for Administrator, *"-  T        ���������> ,"Kegina,N. W.t,-?  *fr  "f'AX'^Xf-i  y  A     '-.  toojeZi  > Boots and Shoes,, ��������� v  . , r   \'. i "���������   r'   '9, ,  , ^i  Men's Furnishings,   / <  1 ,,'Ready-Made Clothing.,\  FIRST STREET, - -/i.WEST.  BRICKS! BRICKS!  ���������      * V, k   *   . *     -Jtf > s    'il,-?1  -yThe Best Clay in Okanag.in Valley.  Well-burnt Bricks, in'large jnr* small  quantities at i easonahle prices. v   '\:~"  ���������r -ENDERBY'BRICK &TIL.E CO,  C09jel7 *���������" L -"4   "     -Endeihy, B C. -  Wni. Fleming,  t v    \        ^Wholesale aud Hotall   **  ' -  ' Meat Merehant.  :  Fish   and   Game   in    Season  i 4      >  First'St., Revelstoke..  T C3  J  Peisons requniup; a supply of ice can  depend on ueUidr it promptly frrra  W. FLEMING  OOStc  ' THE  ALBERTA EMPLOYMENT AGENCY  i Licensed     , Registeied.    ,  - ' ' *        CALGARY, ALTA. '    <  Geo. McLean,   -   Manager.  rpTOTEL, RESTAURANT & DOM-  JnL ESTIC HELP, RANCH-HANDS,  TEAMSTERS & LABORERS furnished on shot t notice.        ^ j  ..Office: Room 5, Burns Block.  P O.Bnx&lO, Calgary, Alta.  71Gjc*J  -  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer lnv^MStDsa^'  BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All orders promptl} filled.  REVELSTOKE,   B.   C,   andKInKStrwU  A consignment of this famous  Tea just^arrived, put up in lead  packets only, by expert tea  tasters, and every packet guaranteed. A trial packet will  convince you there are none  better 'if any equal. Do not  forget the name  MARIGOLD  SOI*B AGENTS  ���������VTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN thafthirt>  _L> da>b after date-I intend to apply to that  Unef Commissioner ot lands and Works for & ,>  special license to'cud and-carry away Umber J  from the ".following^ described lands in Wobi  Kootenaj district ���������' *i. '. 'J **v -3 ' ',  j '  ' i Number One. *  Commencing at a po6t"planted"near Boyd's .  runch on the Columbia river and marked "Big  Bind Lumber Company's South nest corner  post j Uk.nco north imi chains,) thence east 40  chunir, liiLnv.1. mjijUi iuO chains, thence west 10  chanib to pumu ul commencement." ^  l -i  -.���������.������������������  l  -    ,       Number Two.'   . IV1^*   i.Z  + Commencing at a post planted near, Boyd's  ranch about one half mile from the Columbia,  mtr and  marked  "Big * Bend Lumber Com *  pan)'������ south vt est corner post," thence east SO  chaiiit., thence north SO "'chains,' thence west*  Ml chains, thtnee south 80 chains to ipoint of  commencement.     *��������� , .   ^ - ������      >���������.. a *=.  1 s. ,    -j  Number, Three*,"    *   *       ������   .'  C'umnicncing.at u, post.planted on theKey--'  stone mill   near  Boj d's ��������� ranch,  about three  quarters of a mile from the ColumbiarHer and  marked 'Big Bend Lumber Compan)'i>< south-  ������i4 corner  post," thence >north  ISO chains.,  ihcuLe eant <0 chairiK, thence south ISO chains,-,  thence west 10 chains to point'of commence '  menu        i *,- ��������� ,   - Jtj      o.1 %"  ' ,-*    \*'A      ^Number l"our.-. t, ,,,������    -?   ~  ,. Commencing at a poat planted aboutone half  _  mile ������eot of the west bank of Columbia mer  on the west boundary of John Nelson's ranch,,,  and1 marked   'Big JJend, Lumber Compunj's .  south east corner post," thence north 160 chauis  thence w est 10 chains, thence Bouth 1GU chains,   i  thence east < 10 chains * to point of commencement.    ..'"V   '    ,     <   "   '   ^ ~        ,        J .      N -    j  DoUjllo        Big BEND LUMBEB CO, Ltd. '  1*.  rX&<J������  is*  ^ *  <i  *  J  v '.��������� -.' ,**, r  - ^4,  ���������.*��������� . **<3*i f  *���������''-,   1 J  -I   *������ 1*  ' \'^'  *'   T.  'A'J? ,  o  VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, thirty  ;iaj. ue-euse w cue aua carry away umoer (l  n  the following described'lands in-North-    "  : Kootenay district. > ;       *   i    ^. ii'  1 * Number One -      K    l K -,   "   t  _ . days after date, I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a  special license to cut aud carry away Umber c  from  "L~ * "   '������������������      *     ���������'  east J  Number One , .  - Commencing at a post marked "D.M.Macfar-  lane ������N,tt. corner post," and planted one milo  soulli of Colum bia n\ er, about fl\ e miles abo\ o.  mouth of Canoe ri\er, thence south SO chains,  thence east SO chains, thence north SO chains,  thence^ ������ est 80 chains to the place of,.commencement.     >     * '  is., .  Number Two.  " Commencing at a post marked "D U.Macfar-  lanes N. E corner post," and planted at D. M.  Macfarlano s N W. comer post, thence south  SO chains, thence west 80 chains, thence north  SO chains, thence east SO chains to the place of  commencement.  Number Three  Commencing at a postmarked "D M.Macfar  lanes N. W. corner post," and planted two  miles west of D M. Macfarlane's N E. corner  post, thence wrath SO chains, thence east SO  chains, thence north SO chains, thence west 80  chains to tho place of commencement. ** v  " > Number Four.    *     - '  Commencing at a post marked "D. UL Macfarlane's N. E, corner post," and-plantcd at D.  M. Macfarlanes N. W. corner post, thence  south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence  north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to tho  place of commencement. ������ \ uA'r*  i i       ~        *>-  Number Fi\c>     \        > "   "  Commencing at a postmarked "D. M. Mao-  fartanc's S. w. corner post," and planted at D.  si Macfarlane s N. E. corner post, thonoe north  SO chains, thence cast 80 chains, thence south  SO chains, thence west 80 chains to the place of  commencement. s f        t.  Sated this 28th day of May^ IS05. t  1038jy3 D, M. MACFARLANE. '  i si  H l���������������1L.  vl  MOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thirty  t: days after date I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a  special license to cut and carry away timber  from the following described lands in West  Kootenay District ��������� r  i     , Number One.      - .������(  Commencing ata post marked "J. M. Kelllo's  S. W corner po?t," and plantod on 'ho east  bank of Columbia ri\er about two miles below  Maloncy creek, thenco north 160 ehaing, thence  east JO chains, thence south 160 chains thence  west 40 chains to the place of commencement  Number Two. ,  Commencing at a post marked J. M. Kellie's  S E corner post,r and. planted on the west  bank of (. olnmbla riper, about three miles  below Maloncy creek, thenco north 160 chains,  thence west 10 chains, thenco south 160 chains,  thence cast Vi chains to the place of commencement, i  Dated this 29th day of May, 1905  KBJM J. M. KELLIE.  -VfOTlCE IS HKREBY GIVEN that thirty  A\ ,*3?yiJ M^r, daUs J 'nteml to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a  special license to cut and carry away timber  from the follow ing described lands in East  Kootenai district .���������  Number One.  (ommenclng at a post marked "G. Hcd-  Btrpni h S. \\. copier post," and plantod two  miles castor Columbia ri\or, about two miles  nboj e mouth of Wood river, thenco cast 160  chains, thoncc north 10 chains, thenco west 100  chains, thence south lO.chains to tho place of  commencement.  Number Two.  Commenc ng at a post morlcod "G. Hed-  ������trom s N.^V. corner post."aud planted^ ot G.  Hedstrom s S. W. corner post, thence cast 100  chains, thence south 40 chains, thenco west 160  chains, thence north 40 chains to the place of  commencement.  Number Throe.  Commencing at a post marked  "G. Hod-  romsN. W corner post," and plantod one-  half mile south of G. Hcdstrom's N. W. oorncr  ixwt, thenco east 100 chains, thenco south 40  chains, thenco west 160 chains, thenco north 40  chains to tho place of commencement.      ;  ��������� Number Four  Commencing at a postmarked G. Hcdstrom's  8 ������. corner post, and planted ono mile south  thenco one-half milo east from G. Hodatrom's  N, \\ corner pwt, thenco east 160 chains,  thence north 40 chains, thenco west 160 chains  thence south 40 chains to tho plaoeof commencement. ,  Number Five,    '    ,    J,  Commencing at a post marked "*G. Hedstrom s N._\V. corner post." and planted at G.  Hedstrom s S. W, corner post, thence oast 160  chains, thence south 40 chains, thenco west 100  chains, thence north 40 chains to tbe plaoe of  commencement  Dated this fcth day of May, 1905.  mo'-' O. HEDSTROM, ^^7^-rW--T..Tr^^^;i.'..;.jy.y.V-i  ���������:;:..:f^;A..^ ''Xr'^i^M^f^-A  vSiS'tAMf^^^^ iVh'>;:;^j.-.*-^i^^^ ���������^���������:if:������-~:J:Ai.-'x)-^;"uAX/,Ai.f'.r:-i--:;:.AAA 'i'Sic^Af:-^ ptf������ssS?"^*������;i!wi^:r'"S������Wt-'^ ���������^���������>'Wtt;'*!'rK;-;fr������r:y^  ^^^w^������^ii������^^:i^M^iisiiiMi m^mmm^m^mmip^A f&wmEmmm^m&mm mmm^M^E^m^jomM 'wnzq&s^^  .Kidly7';brui8feel7;i)o;������ bmieSwe^bsbrpken;  but'thc?injiilryJ^  ;fbr7ii7\vcek'br?soS^  fiSIt^ya&ygb^  leairiVitl^^  ���������E'5:iiWKiriniari;'S hdntiiefC^fldian7S^v^  millsf had^been|am  ?result?^ingjalw^  :pitff������whp7go^  , a ii <T cos ts7;|i7i3 If.S; |MpCartfe'if ii'ppVa red ���������  ;'fof|?iiijjn1^^^  ^lA^E'uca^^  'asaesepr^fo^itlie'Xv^  pqiintry������is7nbw7?m^  :dist������ictj?npm^)iyf^  rasVpr^nis^^  ������������������meptemak^  ?wh icK J( th tf������������ta ^^^  iWhiix^bes7Mr^^  'value'f^^^^  rinstaifce^anty-!*!^^  ���������.li^tin'^aWessin'glJvalu^  imS8t;ijmpprSM|^uti^  ���������i&rvice'$:a^  .���������trusty  .^ig^ii|s8s:||^^  jfeFurrlverl^iiiiprby^  :nfl'ected]|i .i'i Xi h ef cpii rse'^iiif|; tfig^pi ty;  ���������"afelipol^  up; t lipTtop'j fl ooir? j) f prfjii an u al j?tr������ i n i ri g j*  brushfdmwiiijg|;&^  'ajshrstjcla^^^^  isjexpectiul'janotlie  ly].Jjte.jre^  'i'tliel presen ������j|biuldin^wil ijiprpbablylbe;  ?d iy i d ed'fi iii fo'^twd^ifofim 8 'tp^Iuriiisli^tlie;  necessary i acconi niodiitipn Ji>f6rjthe|prc:;  i^:lJerspns|>;Ui^  TMex ico ?req u i rS tpibo?pafef u l|i������S jiaiVd^  :lihg?i:tl)e]iii#lest?itl^r(if8li^lditeUn'y7  piDispnpusjii^pctsipresM  .day|f>M,|7EM^  ?wheii|saSE*Wrm  cap^ju$^  ���������!Tbj8|i)we]l^  ;apidc*r^;i^s0plac%igi;i n|^1i|b^tiergai3cl?  I/\mivi rv/l   ~n n 'il ���������������������'��������� nttAof ������ n'rtl''1 rtv li l In ������������������. W n 4-"'' ������������������ Ilia  SoillilBersonill  f?ij^������r|<^$  >yisit?K*Kii,mld^^^^  |������Mrf|^||^  ���������^cstininater,^  ||pf(^Sau n iei*; hasret urn ed|f ron||n?  :o^pji*d^  jeitvtiy^TO'rvice^   , "age. ,., ,   ?M'iss|7Elsib?7AIiddte^  '��������� Wi cl f,* Vernbnps ?an iio tin ced,fp������Junt!(  ���������21st" '���������''""*' :" "���������""���������" "���������'���������"���������""' -"������'���������'������������������'������������������������������������������'*-  ,V17': 1 '������������������ll'f: XT''/:-".;i'*.'"-':C!rt'X'f l?l i-A. K'nii'- \: ������������������'������'-������ V\*i/ii������Vrbr1-.  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VSi  HSll  iyTfMaybi^aldenrietfiandcUw  '^:S^roi^and^n7fchit7day^?pppg^  777'';7JtTberS:baye7^<?%7iively;^  777^������rowhead?this^week?'betwpei*;7wedd-,  7i?viings&and7ibirtl)day7;^elebraUpni7;ffi  ITS'rii niiing7 in7a?ypii ngp niian ?7w bpseTjloye  0!lputTan?his;di8cfetibnYaiid vvlip^as put  ?7ppaway? f qr?a?ii igh t?:f or ?saf e? keeping?;?jp jp  iX. -77; CA J; ? Wilkes 7 gdt?orieSbfSbia ;i'arhis'  77p7bauglit??iiV:7a?pj[aner^tp.tliep.Bpw;man:  ?7p7iLunil^r?pCp'fi;7piiiilI;.at ^bmapUxp-bn  ?|???VVednesdayi?and?canie liorae^forptiiedi-^  pgcal-attentibri:?;:.Though7the ?arm :?was  ^ place;  gct.G lqbelWernic^  : iin ces?WS#S������7������??������;?^  itgPbwder|!Blq*iyer8?aiid?Iiisec  3?r^i^and?StTOng,7^e^?Supply?aptli^  ���������,Oanada^I)rug'Store^f@^  :|sEVERY-TmMl'fPRO Jrii-S&BiV^i  TO W&A PEREECTb37A.TifBRC) WN!?  :GIGARp|Tp^|g|||������i|^^  5p^lieyiJicen^d?7?^int^s77?Ass0^  basfdecid^j7piipplabels3^6r'cigai^;and!  tbeJdin^ren*^:kinds77pf^ligiiprsjW  used'-'by^iilapTOen^  ^IBEl|:|lEESKMiE:SitBR  ^B^^j^B^W^^S^^i''""  ^Fslmijy^eraid^an^  andrKpot^iia^;^  ifor7$i750.paSeiidjin7ypiir^subscriptt  .iw^sMuXasJppssible^^^  nftwspaper,yal ue ^ever|pffered ^Address;  Tb^KpoTENAY/MAii^Kwdstpke^^^^  l?B^;W^riv^NTS7rTOS^Dr)  A U Miss S f Agii es ]"sHeime): Vi 1 a te'Tr fo fAS tin e  ;0rysda!^SteTCii8qnALtd^p7^  ;ia;%'tak'inig^*pliarge'*7pf^  dressmaking pdepar tnrien t. ?i|AShie r?is7?a  tliorbiiglilyApiniaHlersiindp'R^  dress makm-psbtlie publ:c7may?be;surp  that anyrrwprk?:given^^?tap^IissP H6lme;  willrbe^executedpihlLtlieinriost^moclerri  andiapp'rbved fashion.  77?THE?;PRICES?'^RE -RIGHT?AT  BROWJv'l C [GAR>; STORE.  fgrppnisinailfjAii  |AMH���������Spl l^|?pei;fprni etl Trth^wrcinpny;;  ;THd|;m|My2!frien^  ijSairie^p^w.iali'^  .A$X-  JCHURCHESii  ���������IM'r'XSi iiidiis ?\\' i 1 l^pibiibli  ������rf6wiift-^l-l(avlhiV7ft\i'd;'r^  iHTtVirxiKEWi's���������MdrriiiiuvtSirviceJllP  We hnve a parliculmly large and good  assortmentof.MJiips niiiniiiK from 5c  to ������2 per cuke. Ixiok at. our soap window.  OUR LEADER  '.OLIVE OIL ANTJ  CUCUMBER   .     .'  5 CAKES FOR 25c  S  We have a large stock of -good  Hair  Brushes at all prices.  Our. 50-cent Brush is a  Dandy^ffor [the [money  RED, GROSS  DRUGSTORE  G. W.. BEATTIB, Prbprielor.  MONEY ORDERS ISSUED  One Dollar Saved Represents  Ten Dollars Earned. -  The average man does not save. to  exceed ten per cent, of his earnings.  He must spend nine dollars in Jiving  expenses for every dnlliir saved. That  being the case he cannot !c too careful about unnecessary expenses. Very  often a few cents properly invested,  like buying'seeds for his garden, will  -avc several dollars-outlay later on.  ft is tliCHiitne in buying Cliainberliiin'H  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,  ft costs but a few cents, and'a bottle  of it in the house often saves a doctor's  bill of several dollars. Kor sale by all  druggists.  Mechanics, Farmers, Sportsmen ! To heal and soften the skin  and remove grease, oil and rust stains,  paint and earth, etc., use The "Master  Mechanic's" Tar Soap, Albert Toilet  Soap Co., Mfrs.    ,'  SPORTS.  Vernon was defeuted by Kelowiui nt  lacrosse.  The Turf Association are lotting a  contract for putting the recreation  reserve on the north side ol the. track  into lirst-olnss shnpe; and will arrange  fur a full nice meeting nt which some  excellent sport is expected. "    j  pSKxbxJ-rRev  tphipi-  ^���������STipA^JDKEWjs^-Morningjp.^^ _  aii$i':,^  ������|S������f SJTHOiyST^Kv:^  1and'.7������p������s������br;''J:&^  :Bot\ii7l Serva nte;ii7 ���������:30jpiVii*"i>A^:'Man:  'w^M^:t^^^^^S^^W^^'  ?i|^r^p:Lsi^^|^  TAd air*piii; be ha I f toff t rie'rQ ra nge^'lSxl ge^;  ;liSyejiyfitten|;^vereignjitfriiiid |Miuster? i  Sp/qbl^:bi^gr^tulating3h;hii^n:u  : miin per? ib7; wh i clitsfief has?7"with stood;  :he7sbamefulKeftbriv^  ^m^miC^^<\^^A:X^AS:XXX':$XASAAXA  J;$K;bpW^^A7^  ,J������i' h g^]jbdge?\y?ed nesd ay|ri ig htvBrtJiipJi?  G;vEyans^707 C^pf^ancou ypr*p������'isiteci;  the?I6dge an"d?ftppl������isantfeveningi^yai;  %peri t^ A. C b ief77Bai n % beingPad rri it ted to?  ���������firsPn'TnkHjIlljSII^I^  :p|ftlo^;|ESTbe^  iows:,j(^g^3>^'0)e'bTty:;ia7ma  did ?7 progress ?p t ? Kb ye r������ I;':; ne w r 7 r li ti i ii I so rfr,  are being;enrpjled;7  .^fe^daysj^eyj^f^lsb^dbj^b^i^  ;Mloe*^'year!������HeW^ieTCd  ;wa8?tKefbestl'tlffitfc1i)uldfibe^^^  ^^Wbaii'ili^ri^'^H^iMil^^iBfn^':  'AAGfiKtWl Ik^^\^lHj^||npf cd nliv,  jd^c^in|tlip!mM|lyp^1i^^r  ���������tiia|^planfe||TK|atfis^  .^itjzenspjo'f^tliis?^^  1oiipalilejman',i tlierplbu iVhesJisjii nl^'su b^  !oi^mate^po8itu^  ;man^wbp,lVis'|a^practip^^^^^  ;tlie71^ad?pf?it.0(Lpudcb  '.tiiaylsaj^T^ant^t^  iihave'bne^^iefc^'t^  streetiligbts^niean tirnp'and? supplyptlib  rli^els7and;iresidenc������s|[f r^tlieircbunci I  iivqii ]d|;apppiri tS?a*iddmpetenl;?m abito;  iwbuldjsuppbrt;tliem^  |?pR?&P apping?|Mdqrsi5d|?the?pTeviOT  ;?p^ker.'8'^remarks,^aM  pyrt iculars?fpri?aM ?supp Iies7|sute'itted7  Jfe;'said7the7bit^wa8?run  . i litres intii id ������i W a?;|maivpea me;by t|\y h p;  ;WM?|7pj.pbsed?7^i?tHen^  .g^tfej^to^di^YnjH^  ���������hbjwaB^y??7>y<bm'an  'ght;-,  AvThe?meeiirigPtKen:adjburned^Se7l??7^^  3������>3/-,S|sIn?tb6^  ''���������AHr'^^A^\7\ir^~'}:A^:^  ^ligisaidKGit^pfj^ey^tbkel^  So1tl^]ast!feyi8&|^8&M8raentirbll������bf  STRAWBERRIES^  ���������EveshApicKeWtfruitndeU'yfiv^  Halcyon Hot Sprtrigs  AXA^AXAAyAiArA~A>XiAAAAmAiAAAXAAMAA0X^  SUIGIDEi  ^pi.,UndHi^.tb^?n(;w?inani^iiii>irt77('ifS^  ���������lAUl^?7^IOlNTOSH^EIfif1!m^  A:AAA..XAAAAAAPii\BH]iih^XAXAAAAAAA.XAA<A  f/tf*'  THMliliAKERisM^.|  'WAvX  -Hundred;;and?P6'rty������Eigb't^Pbli^  ��������� A lumberman named Macdonnhl,'-  who bus been foreman for the Big  Bend Lumber Company, committed  suicide hy drinking carbolic acid. He  was brought from Comaplix, where he  took, the-' poison, to Arrowhead and  died there yef.terday. Dr. Cross, is  investigating, the matter as coroner.  Tho miin had been drinking,hravily,  BANKING.  The Hank of Montreal will  open at  Nicola Lake. ' '*        h  i'  The Imperial Rank has,had n prosperous year. Net profits were .f")IO,!l.')l,  com pared with .1>50'f,4M the previous  year, or a little over 17 per cent, on  the capital, compared with ifi.Bfi per  cent. One hundred and fifty thousand  dollars were added 'to rest, and now  equals the capital; ,R00<>,(H)O. Tho  new s(oek issue vv.ill make each $'1,000,-  000, ' After, paying the usual JO por  cent, dividend and writing $25,041 otV  premises account, the balance at credit  of profit and loss account was increased  hy 35,010 to If 170,5 Hi. , .Deposits have  increased over $2,000,000; fh'rs statement of assets showing that these  additional funds are all employed in  current discounti). The annual meeting will be held on the 2JUt inst.  niHEiriMIBDIGA^  PV7 cyoniirptli������Pih<istciir'ii.iveiiii?tlii?!  Hvorld. A perfpftp nilturiil remedy,' for  .ill Nervouw'rand AIuseulHrrpdiseases^  Liver, Kidney mid Stomach ailments  and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure  for ".That'Tired Feeling." Special  rak*s on all boats and trams. Two  jiiails airive and depait every day,  Telegra h communication with all  iiinru nf thf* ivoild. ,  "VKUMft-SM to ������18 per wci'k.    I'or  fin tlu:r partictiliiri apply to  IIAItltV McINTOHII  Halcyon Hoi Springs  Arrow Lake. 23, C.  fAlr tfmmmBxMMi west  WANTED  ���������[710ft SAT,K OH KAP-Lady's Hicyclc  J' in gooil condition. Apply to .1.  Hi ill, Oougliii Street.  w'  ollii  017  ANTKD���������Oirl for biiulcry and  other light work in printing  Apply Lo Kootenay mail office  WAiVTKD ���������Position -is HOUSK-  KKKf'Kn, would not object In  going on a larich.���������-Apply Kootk.vay  Ma if. Office. j iff!  WANTED KNOWN-Ali kinds nf  loose-leaf account books, card  iudexc, and special ruled, peiforalcd  or punched pnpem may be obtained al.  the Kootb.n'AY MAfL Printing Office.  Subscribe for tbe Mail and got  all the news,  ?,P?pTlii;iy7,k npwp tbjiipn ice ty^ the p  ppclimatioya^  ditioiis that call for- ii "special''  clas������ of footwear'to meet these  conditions.  Easli^rn shoe men . cannot  know these 'things from men.'  hearsay. ,   , ���������'  They must live "out west"���������  gel, "the local color" as it were  -^.become   steeped    in   western '  experience and  knowledge obtainable only bv living the life  i of a Westerner, before they can  hope to make satisfactory'foot'-  wciir for .tin. strenuous, life of'  the   toller  in western (forests, .  fields and mines, t ,  "'VHVj MSOKirc HOOT" is a  western product for' western  people.. ��������� .��������� <  Look for the trade murk upon  the sole,' '      ','���������)    Af  Manufactured by  Leekieco  9  VANCOUVER, B. C.  bfJRevelstql^'ehiwtsJas?:^  Ill^il^ffiiDS  HofptHeP Gpr^ra|iq1nMrltbe;?Gi%bf fRbv-;  i^jstok'^;J^"lter^v^  ^id^fj^ffiqb?^^^qliDel^  Ihemnaft^Pme^qnjedS^  jBpriypeii^i^fmnAbpdy^  pbrat^wli^m^be;wUlii^^  ���������the^samesas7iiriqan^a 8um5pf;mbney7  nbt?exc^iiigMii|tliei?wlibleSthe'^  ?pf|tT wen^jtTlwu^ndSDpllara;Snd:"to  caii^rallaucli' Bums'7ab:7raised;7pf*7i'&7  cei ved r to be piiidin to- the hands of the  Treasurer of the Corporation "for the  purpose -and with- tho iobject^ above  mentioned."s ,i '- .---'(   *,- "  '.  2.*"7'It.8hall be lawful for.tlie Mayor  of tho said'Corpoiation 'to cause any  number of Debentures to be made, executed and issued, for such sum or  sums as 'may be required for the purpose and object aforesaid, not exceeding, howevor, the sum of Twenty  Thousand Dollars, each of said Debentures being of the denomination of One  Thousand Dollars, and all such Debentures Bhallbe sealed with tbe Seal  of the .Corporation and signed by the  jMayor and Clerk thereof.   . '  3. The said debentures shall bear  the date of July 3rd, lfl05; and shall  be made payable in Twenty-Five years  from the said date in lawful money of  Canada at the oflice of���������theJMolsoris  JJank at Revelstoke aforesaid, which  said place of payment shall- be designated by said -.Debentures, and shall  have attached .to them coupons for the  payment of interest, and the signature  to the interest coupons may be either  written, printed, stamped or lithographed, j, .    ,r .   ;-   <        >������������������   ,-  i. The said .Debentures shall bear  interest at the rate of Five (5) per  contuin per annuin from the date  thereof, whiob intereit shall, be pay-  ^PRecpnaider^-abd'fibally p^  adpp^edt)r^th"e;C6uncil;dhe^  bayrqf'June,plW5;7p^  ;:'S77?r7:S|c'ty?Gierk7^  , Take notice that the above.is a true   ��������� i  copy of  the proposed By-Law,  upon'     _ . - >   ���������  which-the "voto of the Municipality  will be"taken at the City Clerk's Oflice,      *  City Hall, corner of McKenzie Avenue  and Second Street, RevelstokG, between  the hours of eight o clock in'the forenoon and four'o'clock in the afternoon  on the twenty-first day of June,' A. D.'  1905. -      ''  <        ;    *     . '      ,      ..   .  .    - IIenhy Floyd,    a  .   i'   Clerk of the Municipal-Council.  YODO FUJI  has reopened a  RESTAURANT  on McKenzie Avenue. L,  Open Day and'Night. First-Class Service  .     157tc    <   i'. - ���������'  Bevelstoke Bestauraat  *. *,,  i.'.. < >  *' Mrs. H, J. Hanbury, Managress.  First-Class Table.  .,   .*���������������.     Private Dining Boxes.  Lurgo Dmmgroom for  , Buuqaots, Suppers, otc.  * -'*���������   .* ",  Furnished Rooms To Let.  FIBST STBEET, BEVELSTOKB  n  b\v

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