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 READTJBY 7:  ���������5--SJ5DQ  , .   ^,-r.?i> t���������,������������������ Kxx.' JVH 2'1 i904    W  ' ���������  ��������� - X h    ' ���������   -    " J  READ BY    ;  11 <  I       5,500  ljx>  Jo\. ll^Nq.^2.^^  ���������REVELSTOKE. B 0.,''JUNE 18, 1904.  $2.00 Per, Year.  ������������������ i  11  * ' I  il  (lie time to procure those goods needed foi"tlie approaching  'warm weather.     Our stock is now complete and wo'aro showing '  tho finc-t rnnge of Ladies Dress Goods, Wash Muslins,' Blouses, Tailor-  made Costumes, Boots and Shoes, and Gents''Furnishings'to be lind  " '. . ;��������� (i,n ,-.,���������(������������������ , . c *  LATEST  TELEGRAMS.  ,       i p  , "   ISpccinl lo tlio Mm.] ,   -.  Extradition Treaty.1'   '���������'  Madrid,*June 17.���������King Alfonso  has signed the extradition treaty  with the United States.  VOW is  in the citv.  >* '  In Dress Goods  Canvas  Cloths,' Flakes,  Voilles,   Sicilians, Grenedines,  , Vicuna Cloths, are; among the newest- weaves -vv'- are  showing. ' Ranging in prices from 50c. per, yard,tip. -.  lii Wash Goods  Our  stock,,'was'never, so  complete  in "Flaked   Linen,  Voilles, White "and- Colored Vestings/ Zephyrs, ��������� Fancy  ''Stripe Muslin.- Chambrays," and Crivmms .Prints. '  '*"'" .Prices from foe."per yard tip.  x^\ Our'-Specialty in (Ready-Make Clothing1.^- '  In' Ladies' Go'ods our.,Stock is varied and_ complete1*- in Tailorniadc  -,     Jft    Costumes, Skirts, ;Blouses, Cotton Underwear, etc. '    ^       ,A  * V (.,         x'     ' ���������', -t       ,  's Furnishings  fi; We are second- to none in up-to-date styles and' values'  "in   -Suits. *��������� Pants.'_ 'Shirts/"Naturalt VV00J    and J-Silked  ���������    ~ Balbriggan Underwear.      Hatsand ,Caps.,'_,     ,-, ..  ,    '���������      \X     './Prices within reach of all. '���������  . "Dressmaking Oepaitmen' in connection^, ith store in charge of    l  ' ' ~* "_.       .    ' --. r.Miss "Wilson ' ,  u  - ..."  . An Autocratic Bandit.- ' ,  Tangier, f,Tune'   17.���������News   lias  t (  been sent "to 'Raisuli through the  Shoreef of Kagan that nil his demands have been complied with.  / Territorial Government.  -  6 Winnipeg, Man.', June IS.���������Premier Haul tain returning from a  two months stay" at Ottawa, says  thorote no hope for autonomy, for  the territories this'session.    '  /  RUSSIAN  TROUBLES.  Outbreak in Finland and Poland  '.Vienna,''- June, , 17.���������The -news  from Finland and Russian^ Poland  is^lisquieting., An insurrection in  the provinces is 1 feared. M. De  Witte is reported to be going to  Finland in order to,try and pacify,  the people. ' ,   ' X   ���������  St." Petersburg,. June ' 17.���������The  Governor General of Warsaw ,was  striken witli paralysis when informed of,' the death of. Governor,  General Bobrikoff.   -    '      .'''<*  Flower. Seeds,,\Vegetable Seeds, Grass Seed  .,' Onion Sets. , All the best varieties.  <?>  TAYLOR   BLOCK, 'McICEXZIE AVE ,  REVELSTOKE."'  Serious Fire." "-  ,'R'at   Portage,    June   IS:���������Fire,  caused by boiler . exploding,   broke  ' '   i *~   * ' '   ��������� .  'out in Rat 'Portage Lumber Company's' sash and, door factory,  spreading to planer and dvy >kiln,  and number "of residences .011 First  Street.   Total loss $12o,000. '  ���������I !* a  f. .   Dominion Parliament.',,   -  Ottawa, June IS.���������Senator.Mc-,  Donald gave notice' in 'the Senate  today tliat 'he intended to offer an  amendment lo.r A'ational frans-  continental Railway hill pioviding  that,all trade from Orient- onorigin-  atine-in west-be taken lo'Canadian  ports. * (  High  DEPARTMENT   STORE  Here are some seasonable goods, new and fresh.  -  You' will need some of them.    Read the    ,  advertisement carefully.  Black Hose  for Boys' and  ��������� Girls* Wear  .  II(.\CK CV   I K>���������1  CHicafii nncKFOPi?  HOSIERY n������������HI'������  Kb*jo������"     ������':-���������  The good wearing  good washing  kind, made with  three-ply knees,  toes, and heels.  (',We have them in  all pv.es, try them  Ladies ,  Mohair Skirts  ���������lu'st   the   thing  for   dusty  tweather, w ill -.lied the dust,  and is light and cool.  $2.75.  A splendid line of  Ladies', Misses'  &'Children's  White Muslin  Underwear,  Gowns, Drawers,  Corset Covers,  Chimese, Underskirts.  Wash Goods  Xcw line of Mu-lins, Cliani-  br.iys, Oingli.inisi, Vestings,  Piques, Ducks, ��������� Sateen, etc.  A New Line of Wash Collars  Regular50c! Selling now 3oc.  LIMITED.  .-'���������."   Lots of Gas. ; *  , Medicine Hat, June 18 ���������  gas prcssuie in a new well continues and an attempt to control  the How caused tiouble, gas forcing  out between the different side eastings. The ga5-is pine methane or  swamp gas, similar to that of Pitts-'  burg, Pa. It is' estimated .f 1.000  worth of gas was lost* Wednesday'  before the well was controlled.  The Dundonald Affair.  London, June 17.���������Mr. Devlin,  M. P., will,-on Monday, ask llie  Secretary for the Colonics on what  ground Lord Dundonald was relieved of the command of the  Canadian militia, if His Majesty's  government have madeSmy representations to Lord Minto with a  view of preventing action in this  matter of the Canadian authorities,  and whether, in view of previous  difficulties, the mode of appointment ��������� of officers should be the  subject' of discussion with the  Canadian authorities.  STEAMBOAT  COLLISION.  _)    f' '         '        '��������� ,\<> .v  rK&- 0. Steamer Sufi'k-^Five  '     r'    ' A 1       ,        " *        '.j  , ' tJ       Lives Lost.      -  " Montreal, June 12.���������Six milesv. below, Sorcl at 2 30 o'clock 'tliis inorn-  ing ^the-. Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company's steamer Canada,  bound ".from ' Quebec for Montreal,  came into collision with the Dominion  Coal Company's collier Cape Bieton.  Twenty'minutes later 'the panada  went to the .bottom. ' .U the time  there wore 110 people on bo.iid, and  all'were rescued except live.  AWFUL  DISASTER  1  To Sunday School-Excursion.,  ,j '-   1000 Lives Lost. ";���������  ...N'cw, Yoik, June 15.���������^Qne thousand  persons/most chikhen, perished by the  burning of * the excursion ste.inief  "General Slocuni," near Hell Gate.  The " Slocum'? ha\ing on' boaid ^ho  [ annual Sunday school'excursion of St  Mark's German .Lutheran Church, u.is  tin"her way up the ii\cr to .1 lCsort on  Long Island Sound.     h'.      ' v-  When just oil'-* about 125th stieet;  jieisons on shoies.n\ smoke and flames  ojning fiom the uppei ji.irt 01 tho  crowded' steamer. -V panic ensued  .aliiio<-t immediately. The ciowds 011  the forwaid deck panic stricken, began  to'jump overboard or to ciowd to the  aftei p.u t of the boat. The scicains of  the tcrrilied n.is-sengeis.could be heaul  on "shore, and hundred-, of small boat.-  immediately put ofl to the lescuc.  Owing to the locks on either side oi  the channel at this point, it was impossible to beach the vessel. ( The  captain stuck to his post and steered  the vessel stiaight through Hell Gate  foi Xorlli Uiothcr Island, where she  went ashoie 111 the shallow water. Five  hundred feet of open water lay between  the burning steamer and the shore  and many persons perished cithci in  water or on the vessel, after she was  beached; The steamer carried moie  than % 2000 persons. The General  Slocum is the laigestcvcuisioii steamei  here, and could 'carry about'-1,000  passcngeis.  ThcJatcst report is that at least roOO  persons have been binned. Many weie  le.-cued . by tugs and other vc-soK,  which- piomptly came to the rescue  when the flame' broke out.  0  Mack's Headache Wafers  Make Friends  ', Who is moie grateful than a person quickly relieved of a  ncivc racking, toituring, work-preventing headache '! Tlie trial  of Mack's Headache Wafers is enough to make you their staunch  friend.  Getting rid of a headache is an easy matter when you have  them-to depend on.  You not only use them yourself but tell your friends about  them���������an endless chain that, has created for-these Headache  Powders a large sale.   Enough for nine headaches, 2">c.  WALTER BEWS,Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  m  fa  fa  m       Hoes, Rakes, Spades, Porks, Sprinklers,"  . Lawn' Mowers, Scythes,' etc.  ti  .. McOlary's Famous Stoves, and Cooking  Utensils, Stove'Repaiisr^551^^^^ ,  S ''Rope, Xaik. Chain,-Iron, Steel, Cutleiy, Rifle-., Ammunition, '.  M;, A   j''       , Fishing Tackle,' Window Glass, Paints, Oils, etc.    ,    ,. '  -p   <t  m   .Headquarters, for : Groceries, ������ Harness,   etc.  >*-C>:<>K>0<KKK><H><><KH><>0<><>0  ; REID St YOUNG  ��������� SEASONABLE GOODS AT  *     ' PRICES'BELOW WHOLESALE CO'ST.   STOCK-JMUST  ,   J    - ��������� ',    - -      ^- *_   BE ItEDUCED..   '  'n    5  Colored Muslins-and Organdies,  ��������� 'Regular 50c. and,40c.,_Sale price,20c. per.yard.  - ' - ,, Regular 20c-arid "150.^'^;" "   ^"-"Sc. per yard.-"r  Merccnzed .Dress" Sateen's ^ .."  Regular-25c, Sale price-20c. - ,-:',  Regular 20c, ��������� "      . " , 15c.   *  <, All Wool Cashmere, 30c. .per yard.' ^  * .Print iii Stripe and-CHecks, at 5c. per^yard.      "*_.-  >  Men's   Underwear,' Regular $1.50 .Balbriggan,   Sale  ,. price,$f.oo.     * Boys'cBalbriggan Under.wear 90c.  per suit.    , ' ,. ' '   1  'Men's Top Shirts, Fancy Silk Stripe Top ShirtVith  Collar, 75c. Black and White Stripe Shirt, good  everyday shirt, 75c. Requel'$r,~25 White Shirt.  Sale price, ,$1.00.     , u      ' ,  Boys'1 Knicker Pants, sizes.- 22,to-.32,-.at.45c. per pair.  Boys' Wash'Suits, all sizes and prices.        ��������� . ,  Men's   Flannel   Hot Weather Suits-from   $8.00  per  suit up.c     Men's Odd Pants.      Boots and Shoes.  , STOCK NEVER BETTER.  E,EID&"YTOTJ3STG- g  r-0<KK>-0<KX>0<>0^<><>^  *     To Day  Our .Big Clean Sweep  Of Clothing,  Furnishings and Shoes  Begins.  Get'in with the crowd and get your   ,  share of the   bargains.       Watch   out  for our handbills and study the prices  we quote.      They   speak   for   themselves.  IFIIEtST      STEEET. - W  THE KOOTENAY, MAIL.  ,i  THE WAR.  Japs Lose Two Battalions but  retaiiate,,killing 800 Russians.  Russia.Calls;dut Reserves:  . Big Battle Expected.* Great  Seafight Reported.  <f- * , ���������  ll������i Cheng, Manchuria, June 13.���������  A ilanking movement of the .fapanese  mound the Russian left wing from  l^g Wang Cheng'on'June Oth.wa?  lepulsod with' the loss pf two whole  battalion*. ' * i 7/   ���������  " A laige Japanese force moved out in  ,'the inoiiiing along the Feng'Wang  Cheng and IIni Cheng'roads., ' ,  X The 'Russians had <a force strongly  posted in a, ravine thirty niile's south-  taat. of 1 It*i Cheng.  '    The first two battalions of Japanese  walked.right into the Kus'sian ambuscade.   They le'ccivcd a murderous rjllc  - 'aud' artillery  lire at close range aiul  'weie wiped oui.    , ''���������,.'  Tbe main Japanese force, which was  greatly superior to the Russians, tried  to outflank   the latter,- .who drew ofV  ���������   without 'much loss.  > '   The Japanese found the ravine va-  cant,rbut for their'dead. ���������  , ,'  r7    lS'ow Chwan'g, JuiiclS ���������Information,  -icceived  here Sunday 'night,' through  lieretofoie reliable channels, says that  psfrt of the^Japanese foic'e-left at Hu  Lan Tien, to checkmate'the Russian  '  .southwaid movement to  relieve Tort  , -Arthur,   wasT attacked   southeast   of  ,,Sluing JIao yestciday.  '!    Alter n slight lighting the^Japanose  made"!!"'false   retreat,   the-Russians  hotly following them, when the Japanese madea Hank movement catching  (lie Nubians in a trap.  The Russian   losses were estimated  at  eight   hundred   men.    They  then  ' fell back on Kai Chwa,ng,and began to  ictreat along ,tlie  Baimatgu Tsaichoir  .  road.. s"' v  - " London.',.lune 1-1.��������� It appears from  a question and answer in the House of  Commons the fall of Port Arthur will  mark the eiid oi British .tenancy of  "Wei J Ini Wei on the Shan Tung promontory. ' Under-the. Anglo-Chinese  . *    -  convention 'of   1S98   Great   Britain s  - lea.-e-of this   Cbmesc.poit was-  only  '.valid so long assort Arthi'i r "remained  in the occupation of Russia.'  . St/.5- retersburgV.Iunc, 13.���������The call-'  "ing out of the.army,reserves in Kasan,  KietV. and   Moscowmilitary  districts  .-districts was announced today.    '    ���������  It foie?hado\\a the despatch of four  Volga coips) which was predicted in  the.-e despatches a month ago. The  latter would give Genera! ICaropatkin  two bundled thousand more men.  Paris, June 1-1.���������A dispatch to the  Temp- from Liaoyang says the .lapan-  e-e divisions which debarked at Tnku-  falian. and General Kuroki's divisions  ' which weie at Siuyen. aie marching  towaids llaicheng. indications point  to a big battle soon in the region  ���������south-east, of llaicheng.  Tokyo.June 14.���������While theTaihoku  vas engaged in laying mines at the  entiance to Port Aithur last night a  mine exploded, killing one officer and  eighteen men. and wounding two  oflicers and sevennicn. The Taihoku.  uhich is a naval transpoit. was not  seriously damaged.  London. June 13.���������A telegram from  Yiee-Admiral Skrydlon' states on June  Sth he went within 30 miles uf Port  Arthur with the Valdivostock fleet and  there ran into a fog.  He found several .Tapane-e torpedo  boats and two battleships, which  attacked him fiercely, and inflicted  some damage. As none of the Port  Arthur ships appeared Vice-Admiral  HkrydlotV returned to Valdivostock.-  Tokio, June 14.���������A successful bom-  ba id ment by the Japanese ve���������el- of  extensive earth works thrown up by  j:u.--ian- in the neighborhood of Vien  Kow, was reported Ian night.  Three thousand Russians were en-  tiL-nched from puint- along the lino of  temporary defences towards the- city  of Vien Kow. The Japane-c lire  became ���������>(> fun.ais that the Kin-dans  iibiiudoned the pert.  Tbe lin* wa-. directed first towards  the Kaiping end of tho line, but :u the  I!u.���������iaii- retreated tho Japanese line  of attack wu-> extended ^o that the  liu.--i.iii troop-5 were pursued for miles  along the route by shell-" from the  Japanese ships.  A heavy return was made to the  Japanese fire by the Ku.-iai.iii3, who had  twenty guns, but their batteries were  silenced one by one, and in many  instances tlie Ku-������ian-> retired so  uipidly that they were unable to take  their cannon with them.  The Japanese squadron engaged   in  the bomhaidment was, manoeiivered  rapidly, and the last of' the stragglers  were not in Yien, Kow, when the Japanese shelled that city.  An* eft'ort was made by the Russians  to rally and a brief reply to the bombardment was, made from the fort  itself, but the Japanese fire increased  iu severity, and. in a few hours the  Russian's were iii full rctieat.  S-i London, 'June 14.���������Reports have  been' received of a great land and naval  battle fought around Port Arthur.   , ,  The attack began on June 10th, the  ar'mv'acting "in conjunction with the  navy, rt was the most important  b'att'lcj of the war. The Japanese  attempted to storm''the outer works,  and while .'the"land lighting was ,in  progress the Russian fleet moved out  to meet the Japanese and a desjierato  naval battle followed.       :   '  l-\nir" Japanese aud two .Russian  ships were sunk.  General Stoesscl, the Russian commander, was wounded in the thigh  with a rifle bullet, and his leg was  amputated. <''',,'  uussiaxs.sustai'n iii'avv r.ossirs.  London,, June 14.���������The Central  News received a despatch from Liaoyang correspondent saying ' heavy  firing between Russian and Jipanese  vanguards commenced this afternoon.  Fighting extended along entire .front,  assuming dimensions^ of general engagements.     No detaiUare'available.  Liaoyang,.June "li.���������Japanese artillery today opened up ^pn Yanfar-  gow, a station on the railroad sixty  miles.above Kinchou. Details are  awaited.'- *        "-"-,--  "St. Petersburg,' June 14.���������Emperor  Nicholas has received1 the following  telegram from Lieut-General Bnron  Stakelberg : ''A battle began at noon  around the Russian position four and  a half miles south of, the station of  Wafanhoon (Vafangow), " The enemy  made repeated attacks and attempted  to drive iii our lofc dank'.- The atcck  was repelled and we retained our  position. The I?irst'regiment occupied  the left flank' of our position and,  sustained severe losses. Its .commander,'Colonel   Khavastr.unotV  and  THE MINES.  Coal is reported at Aloody'ville.  Le lloi No. 2 declares a dividend  of  one, shilling   per   share,   payable on  July 1st. . i   .      X' ���������,  Rockefeller is planning a syndicate  with'two and a half b'illions capital.tp  control the mineral output of Canada  and,the'United States. ' ( ,-   ,    ,  Jack Stauber'lias been outgoing  eoinc assessment work ,,011 lii8',claims  on Silver "Clip mountain. He reports,  opening up,a nice vein of ore.���������Topic.  A rich strike'lias been made on -the  Rambler-Cariboo, where a body, of ore  from-.'O" inches to 2 ft. ,6 inches in  width, and running from 13G to 170  o/.s. has been developed. ',   n <  ��������� Word has been received at the oflice  of tho Spyglass from Devine, the foreman, that he has struck the ledge in  the lower cut and that the showing is  wider than in the lower tunnel.  purchased N! T. ''Edwards's limits in  ,the Bend, and,went, there this week  fo examine Qtrher limits, ��������� ; ;  ' J.' tudgatci, On belialf of the Big  Bend-Lumber Co.)'spent some days  last week examining timber limits on  Downie Creek,' Big* Bend.-''  R. S. Gallop, of Canterbury, intends^  to take" out three or  four million feet  of iogs from his timber limits on Toby  creek.     He  intends driving the  logs  down the ' Columbia  river  to a' good  mill- site' - at. Moberley,' about eight"  miles below Golden on  tlie 'main line  of the C. P. R'.���������Outcrop,'  ��������� ,D. W.oHiggins,  President Loggers'  Association,   announced   all   logging  camps  in',the  Province  would 'soon  close down indefinitely, throwing four"  thousand' tliicc  hundred men -out of  employment and'stopping'a  monthly  turn oyer of more than   five  hundred  thousand dollars'.  , ���������   ,., -  -  \V.r\V.   Bell,   Bradford,   Pa.,    who  is interested'with Mr. Shumacher and,  others in   about  100  square   miles, of  ' Mr. Swinney, manager of the -Great   tj,nt,er  between  Three   Valley   Lake  Western mines and- mill,, reports the  >������ ���������.-OTOin,   i.i...w������   .       -..-.-,,    -_4._ ItllU    JiilUUl     IJUI.������;t       ayw.v       u..v       &   new plant'working  satisfactorily   and   p.u'-t 0Milst week in company   with A.  looks forward'to a big, summer's work   j[eR-,'l0   examining' the .holding and  on the two   famous   mines  owned by  his company.���������Topic.   '        ���������       (  "Runs like clock works," is the report from tlie Rossland Power Company's two hundred,ton 'concentrator,  where the,, electrical' power -is now  completely installed and initial^ test-  of portions,of the machinery is  under  way. _ 7 ,  The Miner-Gazette reports, an exceedingly rich strike,on the Helen  adjoining city limits of Greenwood.  While the usual work was being^prosecuted, the workmen opened liposome  exceptionally rich < ore and assays  taken from the 'strike' showed the  value "to'be. $550, high in silver.  SENATOR B0ST0CK. ���������   ���������  , Hon. Senator*,-Bos'tbck. is.the son of  Samual Bostock, 'and was born at  lipsoni, Surrey, England, in 180L. He  was educated privately and at Trinity  college, Cambridge, where he took his  degree in mathematics in 1885. He  was called'to tlie British bar.in 1888,  and came to Canacl.i' without 'practising his profession in- lSO.'i. He located in British-Coru(.'.bia.'*wh'eie he  'engaged in'ranching. He .was "-.the,  principal proprietor of ��������� the Province,  and has done jnuch to.'aidinthe  honest' development of" the 'Pacific  province. "^ " ' "~   "  A .liberal, in politics,, lie" was re-"  turned in that interest to -the House  of Commons fgr the constituency of  Yale-Cariboo, at the geueial 'election  of 1S!)(5, * defeating Air. Mara, 'the  former member, by 345 votes. Incredible as it may seem, he covered  the whole of his vast constituency,  2.10,000 miles in extent, or almost as  large as France, personally visiting  the electors during the contest. He  was elected one of the -Liberal whips  at the first party caucus after the assembly of the new parliament.  Senator Bostock is a member of the  Anglican church. He married in  lS'.U Elizabeth Jean' McCombie,  joungest daughter of Hugh Cowie. K.  ���������C. of Jthandale, Wimbledon, and  Chancellor ofvDurham.  That Senator Bostock has the confidence not only of the  liberals but of  ,       .    i       ���������n- ru-;    r=ion^        ������ j the conservatives as   iveil-  is   evident  heard vesterday   ot. Oki   island.      a ..  Oki   I 1'tnd   ='���������!���������* r-m-  from   the   lollowing   sentiments   cx-  Adjutant'^Sub; Lieu tenant DragoslafV  Nadochinsky were killed. " Gonpral  Gefiigriss was w:buntled, a " bharpened  bullet shatteiing the light side of his  lowei jaw, but'Mie remained on the  -fiel'd.;'        '- ���������   r     '  ^London, June 15.���������A-despatch from  Tukio says'a naval engageinentjs now  in progress oil" Tsushima Island, in  Korean .Stiaits, "between three Russian cruiseis, which escaped from  Vladivostock, and a number of Japanese ships.     Xo details yet received.  The captain of a Japanese merchant  ship reports this morning his ship  was'fired upon by a Russian warship.  Heavy'cannonading was heaid in the  neighborhood of Oki Island, and subsequently came new- of the engagement referred to.  T.ikio. June 15.���������The Vladivostock  squadron is reported in the Korean  Straits. Firing has been heard on  Tsushima, a small island lying oft' tlie  southwest of Honshiu Island.  Nagasaki, vJune 15.���������A Russian  naval squadron was lately sighted off  Okishima and Yamaguchi Ken and  sounds of tiring, it is now stated, were.  telegram from Oki I.-land says Japanese warship1 engaged a Russian  squadron near there and the "result i-i  not yet knowr..  Tokio, June 15.���������The entrance to  Port Arthur having been cleared of  obstruction, is , now open lor the  passage of ship- in and out. Yesterday the Russian protected crui.-er  Novik steamed to sea and engaged  with vessels of Japanese blockading  fleet. * *   ,  FINANCIAL.  pressed by the leading conservative  paper of the Province, ,thd News-Advertiser, which says : *   ,  "There will be general approval of  the Government'^ action in appointing Mr. Ffewitt Bostock to the seat in  the Upper.House in succession to the  lite Hon. Mr. Reid.  Mr. Rostock's appointment will  meet with approval as that of a gentleman of education and one desirous of  seeing clean and whole-oiin* government, it bus been said that "gratitude is an anticipation of favors to  come," and unfortunately there is too  much truth in that cynical \iew. But  in this iridt.'inc-" the Government  seems to have risen above rh.it and to  have rewarded    one   who   iu the p-ist  There   is   an    improvement in the  eastern money   market.      Bonds   .irej  selling-better than for some time. i  As showing  the  high   standing   of,  Canada in   Knglish   financial   circles*  . ren(jt,recj jtoniun ser\ ice to thcp.irty.'  G.   K.   Drummond,   president  of  th<* I     The K.'uu'nop-Standard   (coiw>rva  Montreal Board   of  Trade, and of the , tiv,^   ,.ij.-      '-The   appeintment   of  Canadian   Manufacturers,     who   has , If(,H |U j}0*tC/Cj. to   the .Senate would  just returned from   Kngland,   |>r-*(lit-t-=' .iut)e,,r   to   b.ive   given general i-atis-  that more British capita! will -<eok  investment in Canada within the  next five years than has reached the  Dominion of Canada during the  whole of the pn->t decade.  , appe.ir  faction  MINER KILLED.  James Lyons, a miner, was killed  by ii blast in the War Kagle min.> on  Tuesday.  There is no doubt that Mr,  H ������������������.lock has done more and made  more -ucrific-j /or the liberal r-auae  than any of the aspirant- for the  vacant office  '  LUMBERING.  W.J. Mitniiintr, of Stonewall. Man.,  is buying timber in the district with  a view io starting  a   mill.      He   baa  and Mabel Lake,- spent   the   greater  was.much pleased with''it:  ���������   ��������� *  >     ,' '. BANKING.  Thc'Crown Bank opened at Toronto  on June 1st.     , "'''.'''  The Bank of, Coninicrcetf-has 'let a  contract for a fine building at Kam-  loops. It will be of brick and stone;  this pai t off the work being let to  Johnson and Co.; who built the Hume  block'in Revelstoke.  The net .'profits of the" Merchants  Bank for the, year were;$729,7147.39.  Of tliis $300,000 has "been .added to  rest.   .'       '        ���������     s,. - '    o  " GoodyeapCaftifnty**  v >. "  The only certidn  ���������;, , ,.     -    '   ���������    . .    Si'  ������������������ *       ������������������ r>  waytogctagen-i  Milt Isii'br m.,'" ;:  Buy only the ^SLATER,  SHOEiff   It is made by nb  ���������    ' ' i.     ,  ���������   ���������'     -, ���������  other   process ��������� and  therefore  must be Goodyear Welt;     !   (1-,  _ ;��������� .  , $4,oo  For IVIen  $5 0Q  _    __. $3.50,  For Womep ��������� $5 Q0  ���������  ' *, -s h -        ' '  C: B. HUME & 00., Ltd  ,    REVELSTOkE,  B. O.  v       'POLITICAL.     * ,   ,  - -    ���������  '~~\ '       '    X ,"  , Sir.Richaid 'Cartwright says ^he  Grand Trunk Pacific will open up  300,000 square milej, -mostly, fit'-for.  settlement, and one scHlei ' a mile  will pay for all the expenditure. .  Boulen,\the conservative leader,  piice took the stump for the Minister  of Militia in the'liberal cabinet. A  Sir Wilfred Laurier .has intimated  'the intention of the government to  amend the electoral law."    '  Jas. I. 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Send for IJuok C������it.iIognc.  The Engineering and Mininq Journal  261 Broadway, New York  T. L GIGARS  The hit that crowned Jlike Casey's name  <.   That scored the run that sa\ed the game'-  Rankh far beneaih this JLIT of fame  The hit of the Famous T. L. Ciga'k  As good as a homer  With three men on.bases  "W  "TTI  DOMINION" WIRE ROPE CO., Ltd., Montreal  Manufacturers   of  Wire Rope.      Hoisting-,  .ang's   Underground   Hati  Mining  and.  tj *   and   Colliery  Galvanized   Wire   Rope.  Representatives, Cunliffe & McMillan,       -'    . -  Stock carried in Rossland.  Rossland B. Cl  ARTISTIC EFFECTS  AND HEALTH  ������r. four..! rximlilnM In tho iim of ALABA8TINE lot coatlnf joat w������lli. 0������rd������ ������howin������ th. Iwrnitr tlnU������n<l irhlto c������n b������ had from yonr lixald������l������hi  p������inli Ri-jiitifi.1 nlTi-clii can l������- olilalnnl. and il la rewly fur imo Ijj> lulxlns with cold wattr. It lmrjeju with ije, will not rul>off. aud coat aftor coat can  l*aOT>lied.ulLl<aL-u������jul Th������ ALABA8TINE CO., Llmlt-jd, Parla, Ont., are nolo m.uufKturenof.  CHURCH'S   COItlT W AT E R  Do aot h������iltM������ nor Aelmf  Sold br all i'Mim.  \fnu mm I or raluabia la/otraadao cnnUlned ia oar book of InatruotlOM.  Packacaa onlr.  * "'"in i'-puiA(.u,[ V  H  THE KOOTENAY MAIL ,  J.   SAMSON  ., Pap&npp,' 'Signwotep  ,     KALSOMINING   DONE.  ; Orders ieceivt*,prompt attention., ,  'Second street,  / -\     REVKLSTOKB  IHMT'S NURSERIES  1      3010 Westminstei   Road.  "Thousands of Fruit and  ; Ornamental Trees!  " '      ���������' ���������m  '  '  *������_i-i ��������� *     ,   ^ -  .Rhododendrons, Roses,  *���������    i  Greenhouse and Haidy Plants*  i  '   < '       , b '  O ( I i '  r   "   ',    Homo-Grown and Imported '  'Car den, Field and Flower Seeds  ' i For Spi ing Planting/     '  .'Eastern prices or lcss.f      AVhito labor.  KURTZ &OO'SCIIGARS  The Best on'tha Market.  KURTZ'S OWN   (l  KURTZ'S PIONEER  '   JM   ,    ,  KURTZ'S SPANISH BLOSSOM  are' Brands that can't'be beaten.  l> MADE BY UNION LABOR.  ,- FERTILIZERS.1  '.Bee Hives and Supplies.  ,Cut Flowcis unds Designs.  J. Hector, who was in the city thi6  week reports Nakusp as looking, up.  There are about 40 meniemployed on  repairs to tbe'steamer Kootenay. >The  Yale-Columbia Lumber Co. had about  150 men employed 'in   the woods this  winter and the mill Js ''running   full  time, employing about 40 hands.  A man named McLean  ih the C. P. R. shipyard hero was  'drowned on Sunday by tho capsizing  of his boat. ,        . '  There is a great deal ' of traflic  passing through Nakusp on the Nn-  kusp-Slocan line.  'Catalogue free.  M. J. HENRY,  o        '     Vancouvi;ii, B. C.'  WOOD YARD  1 have started a nerui.uient Wood  Yard on Third street With my past  ' experience I hope to be in a position  to satisfy all requirements ot cnbtom.  eis. Mill aiul'coidwood supplied Jn  ���������any length"! at i educed prices for cash-  It. SAMSON.   ���������  W. A. McDonald  PLASTER KB ^'"bRICKLA V Ell  REVELSTOKE     ( ,  The only fnst-cla^I plasteier in town  Let me know  youi   lequncments     A  'Carload of Lime ju*t unpolled   A'Gar-  load of linck nuclei oidei.  THE AURRIAOE QUESTION.,  ,T!ic* profts*-or who .mnaiiiicvd thnt"lo\e  nnd iniii.iTicc die- out with lln. sound of the  .wedding hells," w.is the fiisl to st.ut the  ball lolling IttWoiiUl -.(.(.-in a bia\e wotn.in  who ni.unus with this echo in ln.r i-ais, yet  we hiue not lic.nd that there wue fewer  marriages during the yeai There aie un-  hapin married lives, biit.a laijri picceiit,i;;e  of the.-e unhappy homes arc (bit to the ill  ness of the w ife, mother or (laughter  DtirniK.i long puioil of pi.iclicc, Doctor  Pierce found that a prc-cnptiou made up  entiielj of roots and herbs, without the use  of alcohol, cured ninety-eight per cent ni  such cases After n.sing-ilns remed} for  mail} }e.irs in his pi ivale practice he put  it up in a foi in that can be had at any stole  where medicines are handled '  *��������� Backed up bv over a thud of a centuiy of  rem.ukable and'uniform cure--, a lecoul  sucli as no other remedy for the diseases ,  and weaknesses peruliai to women 'evei  attained, the propnetois and makers of Dr  Pierce's l'.-iypi itc Prescription now feel  fullv wan anted in offering to p.i} $500 111  legal money of the United States, for an}  case oM.eucorrhea, female Weakness, Prolapsus, or Falling of Womb which they cannot cure All they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure  "  Dr Pierce's favorite Prescription cures  headache, backache, nervousness,' sleeplessness and other consequences of womanly1 disease. "Favorite Prescription"  makes weak women stiong and sick women well Accept no substitute for the"  medicine which works, wonders for weak  women.  THE BEST TOWN  Ih Kootenay is Revelstoke.  A prominent Vancouver t Island  builder and .contractor, who was one"  of the delegates to the , Oddfellows  gathering at Rossland, was in Revel-  'stoke Saturday on his way home, and  spent a few hours looking through the  town. As a lesult he expressed the  opinion that Revelstoke was the best  built, cleanest, and most prosperous  looking town in Kootenay. He fcaid  in all his  ti/iveli ,through ' Kootenay  '>i  r������  KNOX'S   (jELATINE  Retail by all Grocers. , Wholesale by  R. P. Rithet & Co., Ltd.  zdzrihstik:  COWAN'S  PEEFECTrON   COCOA  It is absolutely pure  COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE ICING  CREAM BARS, ETC., ARE VERY CHOICEST QUAUTY  The COWAN CO., limited, Toronto  &<KK>'0<H>00^(KHKKKKK><>^^  ORANGE  THE LATEST AND GREATEST  BREAKFAST FOOD  Beats them all.   Requires no Cooking.  All ready to eat.  60^><KKH><>O<><KH><>0<><KW  Hamilton Powder Co.  MANUFACTURERS OK   '   ������ '  HIGH EXPLOSIVES  Blasting, Mining, Stumping and Sporting Powders  Dealers in Electric Masting Apparatus, Safety Fm-e, Detonators, etc.  Orders filled picmptly and carefully.  Sole Manufacturers of Nobel's Gelignite.  j. m. scoTT'ri nj:riini;.\ci-:  Tenders Called For Pipe Line,  It is good news to the city to  learn  that the city council have resolved on  going ahead with the provision ot an  improved water supply and tenders  are called in another column fur 10,-  000 feet oi ditching and tilliii" tor  pipe line from Ilridgc Cret.-kj,to ������::e of  reservoir and thence to MeK������ u/.ie  Avenue and Second Street. J'lans  and specifications may be -e* n .;: the  city hall after Monday next. Tf nd"r.3  close on Friday next. THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  tbe Kootenay flfoail  ruitfAsincn satukday.  , ' ' ���������AT��������� '  REVELSTOKE. B.C.,     ���������  Subscription   Prlco,   $2.00'. 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A.,  <J . i;.tL.. rj. .*    ;      "    ;.',-. V'-  . H.OituioTEK, So'lic'itoh: lire.,  Pir'tSlivct.   '       . .^Uevolslokp, U.C  " iVDWAllD.A. HAOGEN.',.     . '   "  '   ���������        *    .Mining- Enginkek.  (Mem.  American  Institute Minim,' Kn.Biiieei-)  (Jlcin. Canadian Mining Institute.!  KEVELSTOKE.  H.'C.  K-ciiiiiinnuou of and repoit- on  Mineral Properties .i Specialty.      '  Gbe'lkootenaviflfoail  nets in tin? wny,is absolutely 'unfitted'to hold the position of head  pf the militia system. Good and  brnvc soldier though-he be he has  proved himself wanting in those  qualities which go. to makeup a  good-servant of the people in a  democratic county..  - No reasonable conservative will  deny there are as good 'soldiers in  the'literal as in the conservative  ranks, so'that Dundonald's recommendations.showed he'was making  of, tlie militia a. 'class ai&'party  organisation. Dundonald's charge  about the people of 'Ottawa* being  no pentlemon is evidently intended  for the members of the cabinet.    ,  - We venture lo say no man who  rcads'Dundonald's attack on Hon.  Mr. /Fisher aiul the government  will deny that it comes with'bud  grace from a military ollicer whose  conduct at- a- banquet .showed .lie  wns either not responsible", for his  words or actions at, the time,'or  had s-o far, forgotten himself that  lie''acted neither' tho part of a  gentleman nor an ollicer. Hon.  Mr. Fisher was his superior al- the  time, as he- was acting' for'Hon.  Mr. 'Borden,' minister1:of militia.  Even the ''Westminster Review; of  London,' England, which would  have, sustained Dundonald if it  could,,������ays of the affair : - " ���������  .-"If Lord Dundonald  has a'good  ciise OH nationalp and ' imperial  'grounds he seems lo.have done his  best to discredit it by his -method  of handling it."   -       , ,   ,  ', Canada has'had   too   much   ex-,  perien'ce of tho English aristocracy  trying.to set  up  class  and" .party  distinctions,   and   to. revive   thai  ���������'family compact"   which   was   the  curse   of    'curlier  .years   in     this  country.-'    Men   like   Sir   Percy  Girouafd.i.'who lias  made ii mark  by his miiitary^genius, have shown  ha'c'Canada ''can   raise  and'train  military men   who ,can   take   fir.-1  rank in   the." world,  and it is hot  necessary' to'lay our public depart-  ���������ments opciv'to snobbery by imported 9 blup-biooded     bflicers.      .Let-  future appointments be made from  amongst   the. ranks   of Canadians-  th'emselve.-.     Dundonald's conduct  left no recourse for a self- res pectin <i  (���������overnment   but   to cancel his appointment   and   in   doing  this (lie  government    have   only, acted -a=  anv other government   would have  done under the circumstances.'   '  *  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  ,     >' ���������        1. 0. 0. F.  Tho proceedings of the Independent  Order of Odd Fellows' grand lodge at  KosBlund were brought to a satisfactory close by the installation of the  following oflicers ��������� '    , ,   '       <  T. F. Neehuuls,  Vancouver, Grand  Afaster. -    ''        ���������  ' J). 13. Mackenzie,' New Westminster,  Deputy Orund Master. ' -,  -   F. K. Simpson,   Cranbrook,, Grand  Wartlon. *   ' i*   ���������'  ��������� ,Fred Duvey, Victoria,cGnuid  Secretary. ��������� , ,  ,'   ,      '  '-Thomas Einblcton, Kosslaiul, Grand  Treasurer.   '         " ' (  11. B. Giliiiour, P. G. M., Vancouver,  G ran'dflfteprcson tntiye.J^ ��������� '   ���������  ft Following tho installation of odicers  at OddJFellows'hall.the' grand lodge  ollicers adjourned to- Masonic hall,  whore they.'witnessed tlio conferring  of the first degree of Odd Fellowship  on tlirc6;brotliors. i The worll was presented in a very creditable 'manner  and in ii' way that' has never been  witnessed by any  member  for  many.  yQ'Atsx,    ,''''''���������   o '     7'  The grand,lodge oflicor ,thcn congratulated Koss-land lodge ''On" the  magnificent -manner, in, which they  conferred* 'the' first' degree, .and the  80th annual session of the grand lodge  .thiis'camc to a successful 'conclusion.  -' The'meeting 61 the grand lodge was  a great success' in every respect.  There were" between 120 and 130 visitors from all parts of the province,  and they'-thoroughly, enjoyed themselves and appreciated the hospitality  offered them.      - *      '    !(   -  The next annual meeting ��������� of the  grand lodge will ,bc .'held" at Lady-  smith. '  '_    .',." ,  Bros. J. A. Stone nnd,A. E. Kincai''  represented the Selkirk and Revelstoke  lodges respect ive ly. . j-  and will be just us good as new when  she starts to make lior regular ��������� trips  again. The repairs are being made  at'tlie shipyards ot tlie company nt  Nakusp.  , A project is now oil foot to build  an electric' railroad from lledloy, ,B.  0., to Curlew, on the Spokane Falls  & Northern railroad. J. M. Hagcrty  of the Siniilkamecn Falls Power &  Development company aiid Manager  Rogers of the Nickel Pliito mine,' at  He'dley, are making' negotiations for*  the construction ' of the road. The  Nickel Plate people have been tiying  for Wiiie time to get'a roadjto the  mine and, it is said, have -finally concluded to'go into the railroad business  thomsolves.,. -The Siinilkan'ieen falls  will be used to develop tho power.   ^  THE WAR.  There U neukd sonic attention to  team,and stick work'but that will be-  overcome in, ������   little ' 'more ���������  hard-  Echoes bif .Toronto Exhibition  SATURDAY, Jl'NE IS. 1001.  The Globe, says: "Canada's  budget is winning congratulations  everywhere except in that serried  row of soured faces on the left of  Mr. Speaker.'"  TILE DUNDONALD AFFAIR.  The   conservative   press   is   endeavoring to make political capital  out of the dismissal bythe Laurier  government of-Lord Dundonald as  commander-in-chief   of   the   Canadian militia.    We have with-held  comment on the matter till all the  facts were available.     Lord   Dundonald charged  Hon.   Mr.   Fisher,  Minister  of   Agriculture,   with interfering with his recommendations  . of oflicers for the militia   and   that  the   people   oi   Ottawa    were   no  gentlemen-     The   informa.ion   to  hand   shows    that      Dundonald's  nominee-   weref all   conservatives,  nearly   all   of   them    relative-  of  Senator    Maker,   the   conservative  k-ader for the district.  The appointment of which Dundonald particularly complained  wa.-cancelled by Hon. Mr. Fisher  at the reque.-t of the appointee  through his .superior officer, and it  wa.-''proved beyond question that  Dundonald made his charge iti  absolute ignorance of the fact.-.  He further reiterated bis charges  in a letter to Col. Sam Hughes, to  be read in the Commons, thus  placing his case and himself in the  hands of a noted political blusterer,  and acting a.-- though he had made  a tool of by opposition politicians  for their own ends.      A   man who  BEATON.  From our mvii currCsTjonclcnt.  I-Jarry Jackson and Jim Porter  saw the Beaton ghost the other  nizht. He was dancing an Irish  jig behind the blacksmith 'shop  amongst old wagon tires and scrap  iron. ��������� They have been indisposed  and rather nervous ever =ince. The  boys gave a description of ' what  Harry said he saw :.������ the school  ma.-ter.- who pronounced il a  gpnuine barley cornicus.  Geol Johnson and Geo'Gold=mith  are lea vine thi- week to commence  work on the Scout group. They  intend to continue the long bare  tunnel along the big lead. This  tunnel is now in 00 feet, and is in  galena and carbonates. - The galena and carbonates in this claim  carry considerable gold values. As  the  tunnel   progressed   ihe valup-.  dro. a, i:. KISCAII),  wIki rcprc-untod Sulkiik LocIko.  I. O. OM'\, at  (iratid Udijn Mcciinant Ro-sliiiicl   '  .Vl!A SON If.  Kossland Freemasons- are applying  for special dispensation to confer degrees one thousand feet, underground  during the approaching Grand Lodge  sessions. Communication will be  held in the deep levels of one of the  big mines , and degree work put on  under the=e novel circumstances.    ���������  One of tlie most allraclivi: -I'uatiuv.s if  tho   last ' Toronlo   uxliiliili.'"'   %>���������'*>   i-i*'  immense piano exhibit in tin: now Manufacturers'   Uuililintf ami  a U'Vion   iis.jlo  Canada's g-rowtli anil progress coiiul  Iju  learned .from   the  fiu-L  lli.-it  llieiv, wvio  finished   products   shewn,  from  sixt.-yii  different factories in Onlarioaloiu'." l-'or  'beauty and variety of .style tho u.shibil ol  ,the   Williams   Piano   Co.,   oPOsliawa,  'caused the most comment.    The  twelve  difTerent   instruments   they '.showed,   in,,  point of style,   finish and jfeiieral mu^jeal  1 merit,  demonstrated   this   company   to  ' be1 foremost amonjr the- leading:  makers  of the'piano world. The cases shown,  ^.were artistic models of' tlie cabinet  maker's'art,���������Ihe beautiful Louis XV  in white and gold and the Antique Dutch  will not soon be forgotten" by those who  saw them. The Louis XV was a unique  chef d'eeuvre iii white and gold, the leaf  being put on in fine tracery, adding a  delicate finish to the chaste' instrument  The two Dutch styles, one a rare speci-'  men of French burl walnut and the other  \t chbiee b|J..of Cub.-yi mahogany, were  "(wo of the features of the building. '1 lie  "dark rich wood .was off-set by brass  hinges and trimmings and even competing manufacturers could -' not, withold  their admiration! Apart from their  architectural beauty, lliese pianos were  all lh.it modern methods could make Ihom  and possessed many new features which  made then'i most desirable from.the artistic music lover's standpoint.  .The New Scale Williams is a piano  which has been constructed along entirely  new lines and possesses so many advantages over oilier makes that, il is, well  worth one's calling at I he local warerooms  'to examine tliein. -The Williams .Piano  Co.. Osliawa, publish Lthree booklets  'on tlie history and construction of a  pi.uio, .which can/be had; direct by���������  in-iil on "application,'orMfom the local  representatives of this celebrated piano.  ���������Pianos kept' in   stock by KeveKtoke  Insurance Aurenov,, Limited.      '   '  \   "     *    ;'     ���������'��������� *    o    ,  '  LEARN��������� SHORTHAND '-AT HOME  by correspondence.    10 weekly'lessons  will make you perfect.      .     ."       ,4-'  ' OIiTA]>'   1110 II KK vSA LAKY"  Shorthand isnowailays'inilispoiiVilile  to "everybody.      Utilize   spare   time.  Very moderate fee.   \We piocuie positions. * "Write for bee booklet.  Cu.M'KAi, Coiiitnsi'o.vDizyci: Cou.r.ai:.  21i5, Temple Chiinibcis. ,  ,  ���������  Temple Avenue, London. K.O.  Terrible Land Battle���������Russians  Defeated and 3000 Killed.  '' St. ' Petersburg, June , 16.���������From  General Kuropatkin : , "I have received the', * following ' reports from  Lieut/ General Baron Stakelberg:,  'Yestdrday'l had 'intended' to'.attaek  the enemy's right flank, but just as  our troops had been assigned for the  purpose and were beginning to successfully cnvclbpo.th'o enemy's .right  flunk, *, the Japanese, in their turn,  attacked 'my.right Hank with'superior  forces, and I wa������ compelled to retreat  by thrco roads to the north. ^    '"  /* 'Otuv losses arc heavy. During  tho engagement tho third and fourth  batteries of the first artillery brigade  were .literally cut ��������� to pieces by the  Japanese'shells. ., v , ��������� ' ���������  *" 'Of our 10 guns HI 'were rendered  completely useless''and' were abaii-  ���������doncd."        ' ���������      <.  ' London,'?Jvine 17.���������The Daily  iMuil's New Cliwang correspondent  says tlio advance guards"of General  Kuroki's army are colliding with  the'Russian; forces7.fifteen miles'  south of Tash'cchaq. ' Editorially  'the Mail says it" thinks its correspondent mistaken1' and tliat the  force is the first Japanese;ar"my  under GcncrarNodzu moving from  Siu, Yen Vto , intercept General  Slakelberg's retreat.,  RAIL AND STEAMER.  The Railway Commissioners intend  makinjrj a thorough investigation of  railway tariffs, nnd have given the  railway companies notice they must  file their tariffs by Nov. 1st.  The iittle steamboat that has been  plying on the waters-of. Trout' Lake  between Trout Lake and Gerrard has  been sold, a:,'1 will,'be transported by  I wagun to Beatoii. The boat will make  regular trips between Beaton and  Arrowhead, and will also be open for  chartpr   for   pleasur**   parties.���������Kagle.  The  steamer  Kootenay   which has  The iU(i--ter Meclianies Pure Tar So.ip heals  and soften-: the skin, while proniillly clc.ui'-inK  it of grease, oil, rust, etc. Invaluable lor me  chanic.-, Inrmei-s, spoilsmen l,-iee '-aiiiplo..!  roeciiitof 20. for postage. Albert 'loilcjl So.il)  Co��������� maniilncUirei-s. Jloiiueal.  v      NOTICE..  q-AKUXOTlCK that wo, the  Valo  I'oliuuhia  *���������    Liiiiibi!i-ro..of Nnl>-n.-p. inioiiil liOil.ix". Irnni  date  to apply  to tin; Cliiel   ('niumi���������.innui nf  Ldiicl-.iinl  Works, lor  permission lo pinclia-o  the linderiiiuiilioiiod ti.ict ol l.-iiiil:coiiiiiiuiiuiiii;  al a i>o.-t on'tlie Souili l.infil on llie Coliuulii.i  and We-toin Railwio. nhoiil hiill-a-niilo o.i-t ol  We~llev Station, niiiil-ud  Yale (\iliiiuliia Co"-.  X. 15. Corner. iinuiiiiK thence =<iulli -JO uh.un-  tlienco wc-t SOcluiius. tlienee noilli 11 chains to  C. and W. Railway, thenco cast .ilium Iho '-.lid  railway SI) chain- lo point ot coiiiinoiiremeul.  Dated nt Nnkiiip, H.C.. Al.-iy Nl. Ii'01.'  YAU3 COLUMHIA LUJ1HBR Co., Limited.  J. CI. lULLIXGS,  Secrolary  NOTICE.  been out of'*"mmis.-iori since May I,  increased and when work wa- ?u--| wi!i 3tarr u:, )���������.r n,��������� ^Xm batween  pended last fall' the a^s-ay in all j |>obson and Arrowhead on July 1  value- was.f'107. It if- tin* in-j The steamer has been undergoing a  tention of the owner- tu cummencf1 tiiorouch overliaulini* "ir.f tin- 1st of  shipping n? .-non a.- the Carnborn*-| May which i-, now nearly completfil.  Boyd creek road is-completed. iTtl"   ^"-,-"1   is   l,<;in������  r.-jmintf.l.   n-  ,   .   ,, c iipeii'd .Hid  returnis)i"d   ilirinij'lioiir  Albert Crapeau and -1. umn an-  leaving here in n day or  .-o with a , ..pc-^���������gamzr  ������anc of miners to commence   work '    "    ^m"'t<������G^>  L ������������������������ .-,,,,, ?������������������ i;, Tril!,,:B0YAL CROWN SOAP  Basin, adjoining the   1 riibv crroup. '  belonging  to  the  Doubi-'-   Ka-ie I The Best in  the World  Mining Co. A fine stroicj; b-.ul  crosses thi.- group, the ore in which  runs $-">0 in silver and $10 in gold.  "VTOTK'10 is hereby uiven t-I>sit. :������) din--  j\ alter chito I inland to apply to tho Honor-  iihlo tho Chiof Coiniui--ioner of Land- and  Work- Tor a -.pedal hcon-c to out and c.my  away tiinlior from the following du9ei'ilii'd  land-., Mtinilod in West Koolona.v IiiMriel, viz.:  Cnnimoiiciiii; al a post marked Chiienci'  Pijior'- '-oath oast comer po-t,, planted on ihe  north boundary of l?. ltobin-oii's purelwi^e himl  mi the north -ide of the north ea-l arm of Anow  IjiiIi*. thenco we-t eiclity cluii 11 ���������-. Ihuncu ninth  uiidity rlinin-. Ilicucc ������.i-l eivhly cliiiiu-, thciien  -onth eighty chains to point of cuiiiiiH.|i|.emrnl.  DiuikI thi- -JNi day of Mm. I'Hil.  , CIjAUKXCK   IMI'ICU.  SPORTS,  'Any'tnkliif-. ft 'stroll' to nhc park  these nights will have their attention  dinwn to ther'fnct' that ir'is.a pretty  busy place. There will, be seen three  dillerent game.-.' going all at poncc���������-,  lacrosse, lias-elm 11 .and footb.ill.' It  leeks-like a, Veiy'^biNy ..season in' Jhe  K'iiiin 'Of sport here, 'and should be  generously encouraged by' every,  citizen of Kovcls-iuUe.    .     '" "  , *  ,.   ' .Lacrosse.      -   *  l The'l.vcrosse-boy= are putting in  so'ni'e hard practice -for their nintcli"  "with Vernon on June 22. Taking it  all round they-will he in bettor shape  than when they played K A in loops. .  Tho'tCiim will'go to XeL-on on July  '1st lo'plav two dnve.  . Vl '* ''i; .Baseball."  ���������"''..  The team is rounding into shape for  tlieir trip   to   Kamloons cm   July 1st.  practice. * The'temii' will   be selected  from  tho  following  players:'' Henry,  Knowlton,   Cass,     Calder,   Morgan,  Maunders,  Ferguson,,, Calder, Sturdy >r"  McDonald, Mcdee.,   ' "   -      '���������  CITOOUNCIL  '   ,9 ���������        ,       ���������' i.      *   ".;  Chinese Laundries 'get Exten-  sion--Pipe Ordered For  Water Works.      . ,     .  Meeting  last   night.     Present:  The Mayor, Aid'. Foote, Lewis, Mc-- -,  Carter, Abrahamson.     '-' ���������-'     ' "'  '   lUIITY CHIMNEYS.      , ;', ''  Some  discuBPion' look  place oa  chimney (ires/and it was considered'.the'bylaw Should  he '-enforced'  for prosecution   of  persons'failing;  to keep their chimneys clean.  Kllli: I'llOTKtTION.  ko. 2 Urigiule asked ' iilarmb he-  placed iu houses of four members,  and cncloFiiig list of. supplifi-.���������  tiranted,' but requestn for 500 ft'.,  more hos-e to 'plant! over pending- ���������  ascertaining cos-t. *  C'lIIXKSK l.AL'NUIMES." ,,    ,  "Owners"of   Ghineso.-1'  laundries--  applied   ,to   postpone''removal' of:  ,liuindries''������- till,".July     1st.���������Tw;p..  months' further cxtensionigiyen." jV _".  -. '; '       . '   ' gionkhai... >���������    =  '��������� The   Dramatic ,,society   applied'  for   use,, of   library, 'building and. ,  would give entertainment in aid of.  library fund.���������Granted: - ". -  ' ''  , It   was , resolved'to order from   ;  Canadian.Pipe. Co",   pipe   required*;,  for new water supply,   aiul-* 10,000-  fl. of lumber,''       . .   , ^  ,'A  POULTRY FARM,  Messrs''DtifVy and' Porter arc pushing on/vith the .inauguration 'of their   ���������  large   poultry,;  'farm'  at   Revelstoke.  They  have cleared "their   5i ucre-lot, -  planted out nn aurc-and-' a quarter in.-  potatoes,'built a residence, 23 ft. by 17  ft, and a poultry,  house ' I.S ft. I y 100 '  ft.   .This poultry   house   will  be   sub-'  divided ' into'  live   sections   with    12:-  nests tp  each'.    The nests.'are ��������� raised  -  above thegrcund  llorn-withn passage-  along the 'back for colleoiing the.eggs.  A IlO'ft.'/yard .'is   being .arranged- in.,  front ,for this season   and Hhis will be-  'c.\-tendcd-"t6 a 20 ft. yindjii both front-''  and. back "of   the   building.''.Brown'  Wyandottcs and   white .leghorns  arc *'  the'varieties thev'-will go in for.    An-.  other poultry .house  similar in six.e,to ���������  that already built will-be provided.   ���������  IMPERIAL. BANL OF CANADA  mcmiil.il Autlioii/uil, SI.0CO,(1K).i5(Jii|>ital l'iii'1 U|i, SnCCWW.    Utol. Vi.C-.WWO.  '  .    ' Jleiul Ollice, TonoN'io. Ostaimo.     " l  -Hianclies in llie Northwu-t Tim ntoiio^. M.iniliiliii. Oiitiuip and Qnohoc.  Viiil   tlio liillnwiiiK puinis in   Hiiti-li   I'liliimliw:    (.iiuibinnl.. Ouluen.  Nulsuu, Roiol-lok-o. Troul Ij.iK-u. V micoiuui .mil  VicKniu.  _^. ������������������. i  T  I*  Miurrn   Pu'-iilonl. D. R. Wii.mi:. Vicu-Pioidenl .-uul Oi'iionil Manager.  O      '    '"      K il'.w. .\VsibtaiilIG-onuinl iM.-iii.ikoi.    W. Moita-i, t'lnul liispuutui..  gi Revelstoke,Branch, B. C���������A (ienentl Banking Business Tiansacted ������  ?' ,    LiSnvinits Duimiliiiciit���������Doposit- Rucui\ed nnd Imeiusi Allimud. ��������� '������  Diarts-fold .ir.iilalilu in all imii'-ol C'nnada. Unilcil Stale.--anil Enii)|n:  g}\   Hpocial atloiiliini i{i\e[i to collccl  A. K. Pini*i*s^. Mniiiigor.  S. MCMAHON  BLACKSMITH &  WHEELWRIGHT .  Has close'd his old shop on Douglas Street ard  removed to R. Gordon's Block, Second ������ti tet.  Revelstpke, where customers are requested tc cr.il.  (nus  JUJ~  JtL frc4/ GmvnJnf o4 SamotU, _ t<rt!c������ al������ asdmAsf /&U--  The la it rain h.i- heljifd thi  garden? and all round hf'rf are!  looking well. Among the new  gardens planted tliis year for the  first time tho<ie oi J. H. Croft and  Fred Porter are the largest and .ire  well worth}- of inspection.  .\fail iii I'i Koyal Crown >.(%,\\i  Wrapper-:, and in return wo  will mail .i beautiful I'ictur"  ?i/ce lf>x"20 ; or for 25 Wrajipers  your choice of over lOOhook-i.  Dru|> n- .i i..i-r .-..id anking  for a c-at.ilogue of preiniiun-i  to be hud FRKK for ftoyal  Crown Soap Wrapper-i.  Addre-is  The Royal^Soap Co.,  Vancouver. B.C. Limited.  &Jlo, ���������&&i4* f<M^ e^tty S t^nyOyd^h ^  &*lu, <nuy $>iJ &<is. Wt^JuScUriZ  cUy 'MU' Jl&d> AaJU������f.  'en/ -~  AM;.ii|l'/  ll/jaUfAOj,- oAi  THE KOOTENAY ASIA IL.  THE MAIL  robbery;  Wilcox Gets Seven Years and  Bangs.18 Months.  The Wilcox'triul opened nt Kegina  * Tuesday.   .Lawyer Bnngb rcniained iu  tlio box two' hours.  Mr.    MaoKe'nzio   'ohjected   to   his  ���������evidence heing admitted a& being coin-  inimiciitioiib between a lawyer and his  # client, but his objection!:' weie over-  rruled.        r -  Bangs   icfu.'cd   .several    times '"to  mifewer questions', jiuitil instructed'to  < . i  , do  so by the judge.    In his' evidence  Uangs related how, when   Wilcox first  'iiaine  to, see  him, he 'stated he  had  taken a'package out of  the mail  bag  containing ,$10,000,   and' requested  witn'ess to defend him.    Wilcox  told  witness*  to sectuc a -box containing  certain   things, which  should be destroyed.      Hangs   then    related   how  Wilcox*gave him two keys, one tn the  golfhquse at Calgary and the Hit her to  n locker in the house. ,   In the locker  lie found a telescope bag containing a  tin box.    Witness took this home, and  iipon opening it found $7,000 in $5 and  ,9110 kink  of   Hamilton bills."'Thero  " *.verc;alsoa number of mailbag seals,  sealing   wax,  rubber   stamps,,'and''a  large metal stamp' "R."   These Hangs  destroyed in his own furnace, Wilcox's  r* instructions beinur  to destroy all in-  ..   .    ..     * :, "    i.  crnnmating evidence. ,  Asked whether Wilcox told him how  lie opened,- the  mailbag, witness  said  .Wilcox stated' he biokc the seal, took  out "'the  pnicel, and scaled   the  b.ig  -again, using a seal he had made.  Witness 'told of his getting the  money changed fiom Rank of Hamilton notes to tho*e of other banks, and  supplying accused with money from  time to time.  Wileo.v 'w.i.7   sentenced-   to    seven  provemont to tho Pass and fill a  long felt want,'as there will now  be plenty of accommodation ' for  those living there, as .'.well as spare  rooms for'the travelling public.  The new building ^will' make an  extra 16 bedrooms with bathroom,  etc., and is connected with the  water works. ' The house is kept  open night and day., There, will  be hot and cold .water at any time,  which -the , trainmen will much,  appreciate for washing and bathing. 'It-will be heated from a  furnace' on one side ,of the basement. The basement is '24x38.  The other part will be used for a  laundry which will ,do outside  work as well as'for the house.  '���������laE.r.wrs'K'c-'SBSsj: ma  '" * the Eden of Canada.  ; * *      * i  A progressive point in the province at"the present time is Knderby.     So  charming is Enderby as n residential point,Unit the,resjdents' call it the  Eden of Canada and the enteiprising journalist who bus established theie has  used this designation in calling his interesting newspaper the Ktlenograph.  One of the attractions of Endeihy is the benutiful Spallumeheen river,  which flows alongside the town., On this river aie established the nnpoitimt  industries of the Columbia Flouring Mills and the. Okanagan Lumber Company.  ARROWHEAD.  .'���������'���������>      '"7 '!  Sports for July 1st.  *      From Our Own Corrosix>ndo nt.'-'  < ,    '*   ���������  Mr. Warner has moved into his  new house. (    , '   X  ' , i    '  On Tuesday ground was  broken  for the Presbyterian church.  - The Union Hotel is'being" paint  E. B. EDDY'S  ycais pen.il ' servitude for the mail  lobbery and J. A. Uan'gs to IS months  for leceivinsr the stolen money.  .  i������lr    -   }~ r~i~���������r-W  ,  *      ���������t     ���������������������������������  VER-  HEA1> MOUNTED HY W.   C.  POUND,  nov, n c;'.  One of ihe most successful furriers  and taxidermists in ."the province is  W.C. Pound. of_\7eiMion. "Mr.* Pound  gets oiders from all parts of. the  countr? and has done work from faraway Alaska, lie has a good connection with spoitsincn who come  from the old country and with those  who send fins and mounted heads to  England. Mr. 'Pound made ai\ex-  cellenrexhibit at the World's Fair at  Chicago.  ROGERS PASS.  From our own Correspondent  Owing to the extra trains the  pushers aie kept very busy now.  Mr. and Mrs Sin in a have arrived  from ihe east to take up tlieir  abode here.  Thing- are looking quite busy  here again as a number of gang-  are ttarting up again.  D. McKchron has started oh 17  shed and has 25 or 30 men who  have ju-u come out from Ottawa.  Engineer Carlyle has his new  house about finished* and his  furniture moved in, and expects  Mrs. Carlyle and family in a few  days.  Mr-s. Marie Morris, mother of C.  D. Morris-, is stopping over for a  short visit with her son and  daughter on her way east, and  meeting old friends.  T. Gillespie's bridge gang are  here making repairs to sheds, but  expect to move to the loop soon,  and the steam shovel is moving to  Flat Creek to put in a  side  track.  Mr. Morris's new addition to his  boarding hous-e is progressing  nicely   and   will  be  quite an im-  ed. * J. Melrose has the contract. ���������  On Sunday evening the-Rov. Air.  Johnson, preached an .eloquent  sermon* which '"was " attentively  listened to. byi a congregation of  over seventy. . ���������' ..      -  ��������� While at work at ai/addition" to  rear end of Union Hotel on Wednesday1 morning JS. Blyth" wa?  was caught by a. gravel slide and  buried'up to'the shoulders.- After  j3onic���������hard shovelling by * sever;)  willing,workers he was released,  none the worse for his'burhil.   ,  *,On Monday evening a mass  meeting was held at the Lakeview  for the purpose of fittingly'celebrat-  iii'gtfthe '1st .of .July, ",when 'the  following g'eneial committee was  appointed': Messrs. ,*\V._ R. lleicl  (chairman), ' H. , K.< Livingston  (Treas.y/YV. J. Lightbtirne/Camp-  bell, Elliott, t Newman,'' llimmer-  foult, Donovan, Bull, 'ilawley, Rev.  It. J. Johnston, Kennedy,-Lincoln,  Farmer, Chapman, Boyd, Heffron,  McGee, Cant. McLennan', and Ii.  McCarthy/       r      '      '   '; ,/*  The following ,sports will-take  place :",Log rolling, log burling,  ca'noe races, boat races, greasy pole,  tub race, tilting tournament, swimming,'jumping, putting shot, tossing caber,'tug ,of war. '  'In the evening'there willbea  dance in the Town .Hall. 'ihe  music for the day will be furnished  by the Camborne Band.  he le.idei-fnr m-cr 40 jphi,-. Have  .Aiiti-r"iictii>n Wheel Fasteners. Patent ,IV"it   Uiiiki-.   In;ini)'tl\  adjusted  ililn-r Tiie'Wluvl*. inr'.ill   irr.i.les.  llii.npellei'l, (ie.iij,' O.ik. tiieen'and  the'tiine tu iret one!  I lln. rt-,i������'i-.il J" -r.'..-'I r'.m .<��������������� -.0 m c:j( IO mailed  tn e mi "i*i'liti.ii������������������������������������    Wfi-u I. r r.iriiiture dialogue  WJiiar Bros, Victoria, B. C;  COMPLETE  FURNISHERS.    '   ���������     '  "KING   EDWARD" 1IXK)-',  I'llKADUfillT,"- m-\  "liAf i IjI2.**J, JU0- nnil 200.. ,  '"VIOTORIA."  '���������LITTLK CO.MKT."  FOR  SALE   EVERYWHERE  /Are the "best that can be bought. . -  Don't experiment with otlVer and inferior'brands.  NAKUSP.  , The Boating Fatality.  From imro\.n Corrcsiunclont.  The s. s. Kootenay is- rapid!}  Hearing completion. u  There is =ome talk of Naki sp  having sports on July l=-t  Capt. Dougali, of tug Columbia,  is taking two weeks holiday.  The Yale Columbia Lumber Co'?  mill heie has heen 'shut down for  tho past week, some of the machinery being broken.  Another . drowning accident  occurred at Nakusp Sunday afternoon, in which Bruco McLean,  an employee in the C. P. R. shipyard, lost his life, and T. Costello,  who was with him in the boat, had  a very narrow escape. The two  men were fishing in a row 1 oat  and were out a half mile or more  from shore when, in some way, the  boat was capsized throwing both  men in the water. They could not  right the boat again, but managed  to swim and paddle it to within  fifty yards of the shore, when McLean left the boat and attempted  to make the shore by swimming  but became exhausted and sank.  Costollo managed to set to shore  and at once notified Mr. Scott, and  a party was soon organized to  search for the body, but up to the  present it has not been recovered.  Deceased was about 55 years of  age and highly respected.  June 15.  YV. A. Galliher. Jl. r\' foi Vale-  Cariboo, was horn in Bruce county,  Ontniio. in. 1SG0. lie i-s of Iiith  p.uent.ige. and, was educated nt the  public and high schools at \V.ilkerton,r  and the Collegiate , Institute. Colling-  wood lie came to Manitoba in 1SS1.  He studied l.uv with Archibald &  Howell, Winnipeg, and practised for  a time in'Manitoba. He removed to  the North West .Territories -in 1SSS  and was admitted to practice there  He lemoved to Rossland. B. C, in  1S9G and was-admitted to the bar of  Ii. C. in the spring  of   97.     "He   has  since practised'in-Xel-son, his   present  home, v v���������-       1 ,.  ' Mr. Galliher'is a" liberal.in ..politics",  and t\as elected to-represent Yale-  'Cariboo in the House of Commons at  the gener.i'i election of 1900. lie has  received the unanimous nomination  of the liberals , of 'the .new riding of  ICooten.iy ro contest the riding at the  next genei.il election. In his younger  days he was piominent as an athlete.  He has taken an active part in the  defence of his country, and was a  member., of t'':e Goidon Relief Expedition i" the Soudan in ISS-l and'  1S8S.  DROWNIN  ATALiTY.  C.  Crabbe  M  Loses Life at 20-  ���������������n  ;i0  ini  Can"  On Thursday eveniiiu (- Crabbe, an  employee of the Empire Lumber Co'.;  was chowned while bathing in nslough  near the company's 20-JIile Camp,  between Revelstoke and Ai.mvhcad.  Dr. Cross went south yesterd. \ to in-  \estigate the in.it tor and is satisfied  the fatality w.i* purely accidental.  CHURCHES.  MirnioniST.  Rev. C. H. M. Sutherland will take  as his morning subject tomorrow: "A  present but, Unknown Christ;" evening. "What Jran Wants Most and  How to Find It.'1  l'KESlIY'IKKlAX.  Subjects for Sunday, June 19th:  Jfoming, " Communion , " evening,  '���������The Hand of God."  FOR SALE.  One of the besf garden ranches! in  North Kootenay with first-class  market at hand. Three milking cows,  hog-;, and 200 chickens go with lanch.  Apply early. Address may be obtained  at oflice of the Ivooti:xay Mail.  CREAM  Baking Powder  CONTAINS NO ALUM, LIME OR AMMONIA  Made of pure cream of tartar, it safeguards the health  of the family.  Price Baking Powder Go.  CHICAGO, U. S. A.  r*i ���������*>'���������$ ^ftor&ffr r$������.rfo.<&t$t'<fa ������* ft' rfr<* ft rt- ������$ fj ftp ft'ft-'ft ^ ft- ft/rt f$-^������  -.-    ....................   -���������_-   .   -u-   -   -   -^.  ft>  i<5������.  X<$t>  ft>  ctfl^ i  HOTEL, LARDEAU  CdMAPLIX. '---1-���������i:  The Best House in Town.    -    Well Furnished-'  / Best Brands of, WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in"Stock.  Good- Table f$$  Vt������  ft)  W.���������HAMILTON, Proprietor.      '     f. f  .-',!'*-'-.-'��������� . -   -, ^       *  , ������2*?  f^t^i&^^f^^^f^ftoffoftifltoft? ft>r^r  REVELSTOKE, ,B. O..  ,-'���������*    "  " -"'ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS. ��������� '   ,  Newly  built.      First-class in,every respect.      AU modern conveniences.���������  , yt   Large Sample Rooms.    *       |-**      ! a  Rates SI.50 per Day, Special Weekly Rates. <r  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same  management.  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished with the choictrsi the market  affords. , Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.  STOZCSTIEL '  J.'    ALBERT  PEOi-  rpTP:  COMAPLIX  CHIEF -YOUNG,      -       - ,    -  Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, liquors and Cigars.  Travellers to Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this Hotel. '  Camborne Hotel  DON'T  MARRY. DOCTOR or <lc--  pair, "Don't do  a thing  till >ou -eo olearls ������hats  beat bj aid or FlasWlRhts  on Human Nature, on honlth, di-ease, lovo,  marriage and parentaRe. Toll-, wli.it you'd ask  a doctor, but don't, liko to. '.MOp.iKes, illustrated. 25edit?; but to introduco it wo sond one  cnly to any adult for postage. 10 cents. M.  HILL PUB. CO., 129 East 28th Street, Now  York.  ' ThebsstzrAsafest way  to keep Baby's skin  healthy is to use only  BABY'S   OWK  Pure,   Dainty,   Delicate.  Beware of  Imitations.  ALBERT TOILET S0������P CO ,  Mfrs.   MONTREAL.  Tho  DA VE ORR, Pioprifioi-.^  best Dollur a D,iy Housi' '       13i'.sL Bunds of Wines Spirits  in the* town.  nnd Ci>;iii?.  "GOOD HEALTH" is priceless.  Adulterated teas its enemy.  33  Ceylon  Tea  is  your  safeguard,  being absolutely pure.  Sold only in sealed lead packets.    By all Grocers. .j ���������    *    l'f  Jf,i-   t    l,At   Vj%* ,.-.i--\ "  . i"J.       j'i  * y,*  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  Considerable , devclop-  i large quartz vein,' supposed to be the Eva  CAMBORNE.  ' \  i (       J  Report of the-Provincial Mineralogist.,  ������������������    < [Coutinuod from Inst wook] ,  CA.MliOKN'K  GROUP.  ^ ��������� The Camborne Group; including the Gold Finch, is situated on the west  side of Fish' river, .ibout two miles above Camborne, on Menhinick creek,  and'about 1,(500 feet above.tho valley. The property is held by the_Northwestern Development Syndicate, of Himcock,' Mich  ment was done underground, and  ���������vein, was opened up.   An aerial tramline (Hammond), 4,800 feet long,*- was  built from the mine toil'10 stump mill, operated by water power, in the valley.  ���������Much detail of the workings of*the pioperty was given in,the report for1902,  and so will not be here repeated.     The company got into financial difliculties  some timG during last summer, and the plant was closed up after a short run;  conscfi'iicntly, it was not seen in operation by the writer.     A meeting of the  'shareholders was held at Hancock, .Michigan, on December 26th, 1903, to consider a proposal for the reorganisation of the company, and the Northwestern  Trustees Securities Co., Ltd., a'company formed tor the purpose,'has undertaken to provide money'to continue the operations. '��������� While in operation the  mill is'-reported to have milled 800 tons-of ore, from  which was  extracted  bullion worth $8,000, or $10 per ton.1   'The surface showings originally found  'on  the Gold Finch arc said 'to have been about the best discovered in' tho  district'! ��������� , ,        A   , , '  ment workings of'thc groups have been confined to the Oyster, Criterion and  Rossland. ' <>      , , - \  ' '     , ������  ' , , THE CR1TEKIOX. ' ,  "The Criterion tunnel is an adit, and for its first 75 feet runs about north'  cross-cutting the formation till it reaches a "vein near the point at which'the  latter has been prospected by an old shaft. This vcin'is known as the "galena,  lead," and is probably one of 'the cross vein series. On 'this a drift has been  run for'560 feet in a direction north 50 degrees east. .This drift, at about 100  feet in, cuts a* vein on which cross drifts have been run to the left for 30 feet  and-to'the right for 165 feet; 'This is known as "the Criterion lead and is one  of the main veins on the property, having a width - up to 15 or '20 feet.  Nearer the inner end of'this tunnel a second main'vam'hastecn' cut and  drifted 'on'somc 20 feqt,to, the left and 5 feet to the right. This vein, it is  claimed by the management, .'is the same its the No. 3 vein" proved upon the  Eva.    ' ' ' i '     " ' ���������    '       v , ,   '  THE  KOSSI.AND. ���������      '      '     "  I <r i  On the Rossland claim the Rossland tunnel "has been driven 'in lit the  same level as the Criterion tunnel. The Rossland tunnel is 140 feet long  and at 130 feet, cuts the Criterion lead, on which latter drifts have been run.  The drift to the left is 150 feet long-and comes out to "grass roots"; from  thisdriftt a winze has' been, sunk in quart/.. 'The drift to the riglit'of the  tunnel is in 175 feet, and is running in the direction of the, first" cross-cut to  the left from the Criterion tunnel, with which drift it is expected to connect,  in about 150 feet. When this connection is made, the ore, etc., will be taken  out through the Criterion workings.  1 About 150 feet vertical'below the Criterion tunnel has just- been started,  which is planned to be the working tuniicl of the property and thiough  which, when connections are.made, all the ore will be1 taken out. ,'"  .     ' VEINS AND OKI'.       ' '       , -   A '   ,  Almost all.thc workings noted in the dovclopniont'havc been in quail/, and  on veins of workable and sometimes large size, capable of being mined .it ve'iy  low.eosfc., The work done quite justifies the claim of'an almost unlimited  supply of quartz, so situated as to be easily anil cheaply mined and transported to the mill site. The quartz- is Jd.till white 'in colour, in places  "banded" in'appearance, and.may be regarded as a* true vein formation, 'as  indicated in the general remarks on the camp. 'There is in the' veins a binall  percentage of iron pyrites, galena and other sulphides which .carrywgold, -but  the gieater pi-opoi"tionJ.of-thc^;alucsJ claimed for the oie is gold in "a free state  in the quart/. * Fine free gokbean occasionally be seen in the,quartz, and  without doubt it also contains free gold not visible, except after crushing and'  panning. As iirall large free.gold propo������itions',"'thc gold vu'luca will bcrfouiid-  in local chutes rather'than uniformly distributed, which .render-- sampling,  except on a very high =cale, quite unreliable and worse .than -uselc^ because  so misleading. Assays "can be aiid have becii 'obtained here varying from  nothing up to hundreds of dollaia to the ton. What the average value qf the  pre is can only be obtained.from the stamp-mill. The management^claims  that "average samples" assay from $5 to $20 per ton iii gold,'with coiic-potid-  ingly higher assays right across the face at ceitniin times. "The facilities.,for  mining, such as tunnel sites, good and cheap timber/facilities for tr.ms.p'infa-  tion',- water po\\er/ete., together with'the qiuitz in sight,-should admit of a  low guide ore being worked to, a profit, and if worked on a large -c.ileunder  competent management,* $4 or $5 ore should be able to pay well.., The miH is  now in operation, and tlie results of practical runs will bo watched \wtli much  interest, as this '��������� -anipling" affects the'v.ilu.ition of the camp and distnct.  '* *" ' TRAMWAY. "' *  '  Just below the lower tunnel have been erected bins and upper terminal of;  an aerial ti.imw.iy,vbiiilf by 3tiblct,%some 3,500 feet in length, with a drop of,  approximately, 2,000 feet, and leading direct to the bins of the stamp mill.  'This tram, of "the'.usual Itiblet type, was just about, completed and was, firsts  class in every way.   ,The,ore from'the dump at the upper  tunnel will be  lowered by a surface "gravity" tram to the,upper terminal bins of tlie aerial  tramway.    "'".,,*.'        ' '��������� ' ' "  ' ���������'' "      MINE IIUILDINGS. ���������     '' <  ' Near the upper tunnel there has been constructed a comfortable log cook  and bunk house, as well as a house for'thVmine foreman, while,near, the lower ���������  tunnel aiid'upper terminal of the aerial tram a log blacksmith shop has about  been completed.     ; ' ' , ,  -i' . ���������    X' '[   STAMI'-MIIX. -'    i i i  ',   , On the fiat" in the valley at the town of  Camborne, a  stamp-mill, of"  Fraser and Chalmers manufacture; has been erected, and consists of:���������Bins,;  iind an 18-incb x 10-inch' uiake crusher,' two ,5-"stamp' batteries (1,000 lb. -  stamps), 3 -i/.ers'.j3  Friicvaniier.-, etc., all driven  by,Pelton  water wheeler,*  developing,'under a head of 280 feet,'300 hQise power in -all, which is-alsp tbe  motive power for'a Rand air compressor,for supplying compressed air for the  mine, to which a pipe line has been,laid.'    The mill was about.complete!in  October; except for ceitain pipe connections, the material for which had been  delayed in transit:     It has sim-e been learned from one ol the directors'of the  company that, the mill was starle'd up in December ami was 'working quite ,  satisfactorily.   The mill.'building.lias been constructed large 'enough to permit  of ten more stamps being-added ati any time." r-;; ���������   .' .'-        .''      ',.   .'  GOLDFINCH TICX-STA.MP MILL  on Menhinick Greek.  ovsTi5R-';RiTi:nrox tun stash* mill, ������������������  with stamp mill.-, of l.vn and Goldfinch in distance.  KIRST GOLD BRICK PRC-WCl'D ON' FlStf  CRKEK  l-'runi Goldfinch  Mill- Wciuht  III  ox.-, ,  viilnr-  -2,">-'<>  BEAT0NITE  HEARD FROM,  Likes the East and the  Kootenay Mail.  C. R. Mackay. formerly of Beaton,  writes us from Pictou, X.' S. :  I am farming here now. Seeding  is about finished. We had a lovely  spiing and vegetation is well advanced.  From present indications a bountiful  fruit crop is expected. The orchards  and gardens are decked in their sweet  scented spring suits, and after a hard  days work a drive into the county at  this   season   of   the year, with -yoni  best seated   by   your   side,   in    a  comfortable  buggy   and   holding the  ribbons over a good roadster is, to say  the least, pleasant as well   as  refreshing.      One   gets   the  sweet  perfume  waited   by   gentle   zephyrs  from the  many   orchards   or,   if   driving.on a  shore road, you  get  the sea breeze,  either of which is to be preferred to a  drive over the "Beaton-Camborne"'   or  , -'Beaton-Trout Lake''  roads,  or  e.en  i more   to   mv   liking than carrying a ('Ionian  40 lb. pack up a   mountain   with   the  thermometer at  !I0.      However,   you  will, I trust, see rnc back to the mountains again.     I   am always pleased to  receire the Koortrx \r Mail.  Vour? truly,  C. M. Mackay,  Pictou. X. H.  pool cri:i:k, at thi: o\sn:!!-ciUTi"UiON mill  OCEAN  STEAMSHIPS  i in: ciioli a cntori'  con-i-t- ut lO^cl.iims, -ittuti'd adjoinim,' the K\.i .ind Oy.-ter-Critorinn Croup-,  .and'mntiun- qu.nt/ lead- nf the -aim* di-eriptioii.      The Chnllit and the  K\.i  Group- wen- bnili hi'ld  by tin   linpfii.il   l>( velnpinent SymliciK', Ltd., A    If J  (rrac-y   nfj Ni'I-'Hi, ni.in.ic,'ei    hut  il   i-  iiiiderilnnd   the former property v.n- i  ut.uii'il l>v the syndicate when Ih>' K\.i u:i-i '-old.    A--t'--iiHMit work h.i-t ly'ii  done nil   the pinpei-ty and  a  number nf quilt/  lead-  imcniPii d. winch   ni>-  .-imilnr tn tho=e on  the :idjnining ���������{iniip.- undi-r duvelnpiiieni, and from  '.h" |  ro-uli- "f the wrirUin.'- <>i thc-e turnup- the inture pro-p'-rt- nf the i hnll.t will i  l>e indicated,    nome -iv men wen- employed dunm; the -tiiumer.  ov.-'ii:i:-fi:iTi:i:iov and  imi-iiuial i.lions.  POPLAR.  (K-orn tli" *>.-'l..V' <  (tCOijcu Haiiibly and   Vrtbur fJowin  locafrl    a   claim  K.ipid   crefk    th.it   h.i-  thirty H-c-t in width  of   quart/  Royal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country. ,  W,LAX LIN'K���������Kioni 3Ioiitie.il.   Inno 10   Ilinc 17  Hiin-inn  Iiinu J-l  Tiini-I.tn       ... .Inly I  DOMIN'ION LINK��������� Kioin 3Ionln.',i].  nonunion     lunu II  Ciimbiom.ui IniiolS  Canada   ..    ..     Iiiiic-.'t  Vancouver July 9  CAN. PAC.'ATLANTICS. S.���������I'Voiii Mnnlie.il.  Ijtika CliainpLnn    .  Inno I)  Ijike Kik.    .  lucre.'!  Like Al.uiitoli.'i       Imi'-.tn  AMERICAN LIN'i:-Moii)Nciv Voik.  i St. Paul    .... . . .     Jimu II  Philndelphi.i  .lime IS  j -I. Loui-... .... .      . . Mine -''>  i (tcriiiiinir . .lull i  ;       Wirri K STAI: LINK- Inoni New VoiU.  Ti'iilunic       . .  lune S  Cidl-li,   .                   ... ,lun<- I'i  I Mnjcilii   I line- _'J  THE OWL  RESTAURANT  decline    '      CI,NAM) LI.VK-  L'm brln  !.i-'t   satuiday   on  a led^r* o-.< r   Etrun,i    .     ..I Hill-I'll  - I'*ioni N������\v Ynik.   Illll" 11  Kn-1 or  MnUiui^ Ilauk  Km   yiuir in  -il-     Ui"-ii d-i\ .imi ni^'lu  .M"-.il-i"ii  anil npu'ind     ypei i.il ������ ��������� ��������� i ���������.-! \  i .i ti -.    (, ��������� --I -.-i \*n ,- i;u 11 .inI I.  YOMO  FI' III.  I'ii.|.i-i.-i;ii  First-Street,  liuii-Uioke.  ��������� I.i  ���������Sp  SEE  .lllllC  ll  JlllU" i,l  \nr.iiiiii ..   .liiin' L\S  Ltii ���������mui    j        Inly J  I'lif-fiiX' i���������" li':ki led  tlnoii������li Io all  piuti nf  Great Hilt.tin und hcland, .Hid in.H|itelnlly low  i.it'M to .ill I'uiM of  Ihe  l.iiroiicun uiiiluieiit.  ... ,.    ,       .,     .      i i       . i Apply I our arc-it ralhia} rn    li.iun-liip.iKciit or  K. Mo'ib-; will -hortly uuild a town-   ,0"  i- conJid' rtd one  of   th'.  ! find-, of the sca-.on.  'I'Jii*,  ino-t   luek",  'Ihe Ov-tfr-Ciiteiioii   and   fmpeiial   (������roup������   are  adjoining, and   for  all ' s)to orlice in ffold Hill. ' t. W. bkadshaw. akciu, Rovcistoitu  pi.tctic.ii piirjio-ie- may be coniideiid .w ono.    They con-i-t m all of 10 claim-, i     \V. I!   Pool, .J. J. Voting of  Oalxary, , w. P. F. CUMMINCS,   Pacific Atfont  The.-e claims are ,-itu.itcd on  Lcxim-ton  inoiintnin, 'on the east -lope of Ki->hlftn(i Dr. .r"ivon of   Vancouver,   %h.iru  '        -oinf; .-ix mile-i from  it-> mouth and directly o\erlonkin������ the town of  |iolder-j in the f'reat Xorthern   Mn.f-,   -----     -       - -  rivi r,  Camboine. The two ������imips weie held by the Ophir-Lndu Minim,' .-yudicite,  but h(i\e been ab-orbed by the fiio.it Northwestern -Mine-*, Ltd., already  mentiuned in the Trout Lake lieport.  f)i.vi.r.Of'Mi;.N"r,  The variou-j claims have been prospected   by open cut, stripping-", etc,  which have been Hiillicient to deinon-itrate that quartz veins of considerable  size may be found on mo-t, if not on nil the properties, but the actual devel-  uerr in camp this week looking over *  tho workint--'of the Loel.-y Jack ,>nd  .Swcrlc group-;. Mr. fool informed the  Nugget that a stamp mill would he,  erected by the company on 1'Ofil.ir,'  creek as soon as the litigation ov-r j  the Lucky Jack is settled. j  H. B. STONEX,  MACHINIST  AND  GUNSMITH  Oppo-illc fJriilr.il Hold. ItevcWoke.  ,Lathe arid   Ofnenil Machine Work  I'loniplly    Hvi'cuted.  W'in.H" Chung's nirwl)" im  poruxl stock of Chinese  and,Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke o(  iiseUil and ornamental  articles:  NOTICE.  NOTIill-: i- lieid>y'ei\on lli.il, IHldaj-, affor.  diilu. I intend to nppb to Ihe Ilonornblo  the Clnel romini^*-iiiiier of Lauds and Works  foi n-.pcei.il lieeu-e locut .ind carry nu'.iy Iim-  liei I nun llie lollow iim <h'?cribed lands -dilated  iu W'u-I K'oote.i.iy Disliicl, II. ('  ('iiiiiiueiieiuK lit :i po-t in.irked Ooo. V. l'i|>or's  ninth e.i-l eoiiioi- i>o-.l j.l.iiiii-d nt the north  \u"-l loim-r of llie l'\ Itnl)in-on Ijiiniber Co.'s  It in it mi the i to i th -ide ul the uotLli rust .inn of  Aiiom Liiku. ilicnco -oiilli en,'ht\ ehniiih, I honed  in'-l i.|���������dil\ chain-, I hence noiih ciiflily ehiiins-,  thence e.i-l eiu-hty cli.nu-.lo point of commencement.  D.iled the l'.Uli day ol liny. l'KM  CiKO   F. PfPER.  '1'i'n -i-i l-;ee-  1*1.11 f���������  K.i-kei-  ("lllll. Cll.lll s  ll.iiidl,eic.h!i'f-  CiOI.I) I  l'"ui"-i -loci, of caudle-, .ind fiuil. iu town  Frrnt Street.  Revelstoke  l-'lowi'i- I 'ill-  I'llllllrllll Slllllll-  I.iiik h Ilii-Uet-i  Muiikin^ .lackt'l--  s-ilk flood-.  "ISIL  L-/M   I   ���������������.IN   I   O     and Copyrights  ��������� oljtaiui d in all loiintni'-.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent  Attorney  Meclianii.il Allniniy and laitfineer.  rinoin :i, Kali (Icldllllock, fiiaiM illo st.. near I'.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A   po-tmrd -ivlll M'dire 1111 c\cninKappoint  ment foi uio-e ������ hoc uiiioi mil nui-iui; the day  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of pnreels, hnggiige,  "ic, in any p,u I of the City.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  All iinlc-i-. loft nt It. M. Smythe's  TnrwiL-ti' Store, or hy Telephone, No. 7  nill ici.i*iw' pi-imipi -iitFiition.  Wm. Fleming",  Wholo-.ile and ftetail  Meat Merchant.  Fish   and   Game   in   Season,  First St., Revelstoke.  -v"'"in |i.'pu;Ao.i,( THE KOO.TENAY MAIL.  us  BOILERS  AND  ENGINES.  Saw Mill Machinery,' \  Wood Working Machinery., '  Machinery for all purposes  -, All of very best makes.   c  J. L WEILSON & CO.,  ' 602 Main St, Winnipeg-,  j  s  Sjrnopsl*? of Kegnlatlons for.Disnosal'of  tr-     -,*-       r ���������������     ~ *    ���������' " r  11 Minerals on Dominion Lands in Man!-  -1   -       '   <    '. ,      ,v i  toba. tho Northwest Territories'and  '   the Yukon Territory. - ...  Coal.���������Coal lands.may be purchased at  HO per acre for soft coal and %'ia for anthracite.-   Not.more than 320 acres can,  eration -within two years from the date  or the lease, and- one' dredge for each  Ave miles -within 'six years from such  date. Rental, J100 per mile for the first  year, and ������10 per" mile 'for- each subsequent year. Royalty, same as placer mining. , - ',;,.'  Placer Mining In the Yukon Territory.  -Greet, river .g^jlch and hill claims shall  not exceed 250 feet In length, measured  on'the base line or general direction of  \iZtAl^XS SUIeh- the width being from'  1,000 to 2,000 feet. All other placer claims  shall be 250 feet square.7'  Claims are marked b'y two legal posts',  one at each end,' bearing notices. Entry  must be obtained within ten dajs, If the  claim is within ten miles of mining recorder's office. * One extra day allowed  'or each additional ten miles or fraction.  The person or "company staking a claim  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. IS, I. O. O. F.  Meet* every Tucsda;  evening    in   Selkirk  ���������f-i ���������w.Hall,  at   81  o'clock.  - PJB-viBiting brethren cor-  ���������"Mially invited to, attend. '        , *  'J. MATfllK.SKc  be  acquired  by, one'individual or com-j T1"?1 h������ld a free miner's certificate.  ChamberlainVCoafh Bemedyv  ForCoaghs, CoidsrCroup and Whoop.  . lag Cotigh. Price 25 cents; large eixe 50c  ' r.   A,   --  .  Chamberlain's Cslic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy.  For Bowel Complaints.   Price 35 cent*.  Chamberlain's Pain Balm.  An antiseptic liniment especially valuable foe Cuts, Bruises, Sprains and Rheumatism.   Price as cents; large size 50 cent*.  - r-   v,'- .    1       ��������������� /*,  Chamberlain's Stomach anil  Liver Tablets. **.    ,  1 For   Disorders of the Stomach, Liver  ���������ud Bowels.   Price 25 cents. 1 ���������  Every one of these preparations  8s guaranteed and if not fully satisfactory, to the ' purchaser the  moner will he refunded! ~  H.alcyon Hot Springs  .;-   '   . ^Sanitarium'.     "-*  THE MEDICAL WATERS of 'll.il-  > cyon ������ni* lln*1 most curative in the  world.   A pprfi'L-t, natuial remedy, for  ^all '-Kei vons nnd MuM-nlar. diseases  Liiver, Kidney find Stomach-ailments  and Metallic PuKnninjj. 1 A sure cure  for ���������;,*.��������� Th.-t������ Tn.-il Feeling." Speciii!  rate's on sill liosilt- and tr.tins. Two  mails ni live and'dppai t every day.  Telegraph    (oniniunic.ition    with'  ali  ��������� parts ot the woi Id. An experienced  massanger.  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrotv Lake. 3. C.  ���������&M*  ggsss  m^  S^;  c-s<w  MarK  In The World!  Don't be satisfied to work  along in the same old way  for, low wages. We can  help you carve out a sue-,  cessful career. Thousands  have increased their salaries  by following" our plan. We  can train you in spare time,  and at small cost, for any  of the following positions:  tfecdanlcal, Electrical, Steam, Civil, or  Mining Engineer; Electrician; Surveyor;  Architect; Draftsman; Bookkeeper; .Stenographer;. Teacher; Show-Card Writer;  Wlntto'w Dresser; or Ad Writer.  .:     ��������� 'I   : '  Write TODAY, stntlnc which position Interest* you, to  INTERNATIONAL  Correspondence,   Schools  Bos 799. SCHANT0N, PA..    .  OB CALL ON OUR LOCAL RcrUXSXITATITll  ii  C. J. WILKES,  Box 762. Nelson, B.  pany. Koyaltyat the rato of ten'cents  per ton of-2,000 pounds-shall be"~collected  on the groasfoutput.-^ry���������z-v,    .    '���������      >  Quartzr���������Persons of eighteen *years and  over and. Joint'stock companies holding  free, miner's certilicates 'may obtain entry  for a mining: location; *- , ', ' ' '  A free miner's certificate Is granted for  one or more years, not exceeding live, upon .payment In advance of $7 50 per annum for an individual, and from $50 to  $100 per annum for a company, according  to capital.        ' ,  ' A free minor having discovered mineral  in place, may locate a claim 1500x1500 feet  by marking out tlie same with two legal  posts, bearing location notices, one at  each end on the line of the lode or voln.  Tho claim shall be recorded within fifteen days if located within ten miles of a*  mining recorder's" olllce, one additional  day allowed for 'every additional -ten  miles,or fraction. The fee for recording  a claim ls'tf.        '' _"  1 '    1  'At least J1U0 must be expended on the  claim each year or paid to the mining recorder In lieu thereof. \Vhen'*f500 has been  expended or paid, tho,locator may, upon  having a survey made, and upon complying with other requirements, puichase  the land at fl 00 an acre:       '  \  Permission may be granted by the Minv  Ister of the interior j to'-locate (.claims  containing iron and mica., also copper, in  the Yukon Territory,' of ^n^area not ex- I  .ceedlng. MO I acres:   ',-'-* /  The patent .fori a mining location shall  piovulu lui 1111, |j,ij Intnl. of a io\hii* ot 'z������ per  cciiL or tin, mihojUl nit j.iixUiti'-) ui ine locution.  Placer Mining, .Uuincoba ai.d the N.W.  T., excepting me iukuii Territoiy.���������  Placer mining claims generally 'are, 100  feet, square;',entry 'lee, $5, renewable  yearly.- *On the North���������Saskatchewan  Kiver claims lor either bar or bench,- the  foimer being'100 feet'long and extending  between high and low "water maik. The  latter includes bar diggings, but extends  back to-the base of the mil onbank" but  not exceeding 1,000 leet. 1 Where steam  power is used, claims 200jfeet wide ma>  be obtained. <     "' * j  - Dredging In the rivers of Manitoba I  and the N. VV. T., extepting the lukon  Tei 1 itury.���������A fi ee niuiei maj obtain onl_\  two leaseb of tl\e miles each lor a teim  01 cvtemy years, lenewable in the discie-  tion  of the Minister of the lntenoi  The lessee's right Is'conrmed to the sub-  meiged beds or bais of-the tnvei beiow  low water mark, and-sub]<������ct to the lights  of'all pei sons who have, or who ma> ie-,  celve entiles foi bar diggings 01 oem;ti  claims, except on the Saskatchewan  River, where the lesspo may diedge to  high water maik on each alternate leasehold.       *��������� '     .  The lessee shall have a diedge.in;oper-  ation within one season 11 om the date of  the lease tor each tiv������ miles, but wheie  a person.or company has obtained more  than one lease one diedge-tor each, fifteen miles -or ti action is sufficient.  Rental, $10 per,annum for each mile of  river leased Royalty at the rate of'tno  and a half per cent collected on the output aftei it exceeds 810,000. ' - ' '  Diedging in1 the Yukon���������Territory.���������Six  ieaies.of tive.miles each may, be granted  to a,fiee miner tor a teim of twenty  jeais, alsoSienewable. . <4 -.. .-,  The lessee's right is 'confined to 'the  submerged bed'or bars, in' the river below lowf-water.mark, that boundary to  be fixed b> its position on the 1st day of  August In the year of the date of the'  lease ' - ,--'",- *  1 The lessee shall have one dredge In op-  The discoverer-of-a new mine Is entitled  to a claim of 1,000 feet In length, and if  the party consists of two, 1,500 feet altogether,-on the output of which no royalty  shall be charged, the rest of the party  ordinary (Claims only.-   , , .  ; Entry fee, $10.--Royalty at the rate of  two and one-half per cent on the value  of the gold shipped.from the Yukon Territory to be paid to the Comptroller.     *  No free miner shall receive a grant of'  more than one mining claim on each sep.  erate river," ,creek or gulch, but the same  miner may hold any number of claims  by purchase, and-free miners may work  their, claims . in partnership by , filing  notice and paying fee of (2. A'clalm may  be. abandoned, and another ^obtained on  tho,same creek, gulch or river, by giving  notice and paying a fee. ���������- ' ^_  ;\Vork must be done on a claim each  year to tho value of at'least J200.  ,. A certificate that work has beeri done  must be obtained each year; if not, the  claim shall be deemed to;be abandoned,  and open to occupation and entry by a  ��������� free miner. '  'The boundaries, of a claim may be defined,, absolutely ' by having a survey  made and publishing notices in the Yukon  Official Gazette. -     ,   *  Petroleum ���������All unappropriated. Dominion Lands in Manitoba.' the North-west  Territories and within ,the Yukon Territory are*:, open to prospecting for petroleum,, and the minister may reset ve for  an Individual or company having machinery on the land to be prospected,  an area "'of 640,'acres. Should the'pros-  pector, discover'oil in paying quantities,  and satisfactorily establish such discovery,'an area-not-exceeding 640 acres. Including-the oil well and such other land  as maybe determined, will be'sold to  the discoverer at ,the rate of- J1.00 an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate as  mayj.be v'specified 'by -order-ln-councll. * '  Department of. the; Interior. Ottawa,  Febi 11,11 y, 1001,  j '���������,       " '*  JAMES A. SMART ,     '  -   Deputy of the Minister of tho Interior.  j     1,-.  Kootenay Lodge  No.isjLf.&a.'m-  The regular meetings  are held in Iho Miib-  on'ic '.Temple, Odd'  Fellows Hall. oii;the  third ,Monday in  each month at 8 p.m.  Visiting brethren  cordially' welcomed.  [Cj'M PROC UNI E lUShCKKTitRY.  To Trappers  Raw Purs Bought  Cash Prices Paia  F.   B.    WELLS,  ' 1 > ' '*    ,        '      I r       '  . Exporter of Purs.*   .  Best,'Milk*ih Town  ' 'I want move"custoinci's*foi 'milk.  ��������� Residents in Ward 3 preforrcd.for  ' convenience of delivery?,-/  The Cleanest Dairy- in the City  1 Tlie Govein'menfc Inspector also  ceitifles I hnve tlie'richest .milk  in the city. > '' b  A COMPARISON.  i "A   lii t'    I     f r*  r ' ���������  Canada Under Liberal and Con-  , servative Rule.  , fKreo I'm.-. | u      ,   '  '���������In the Lisf five yc'.iro of con.serv-  ati\<v,rult* tln-i aci'uiiiiiliitt'd d.'fit-ii-  iimoii'n'ted to no lc-- tli 111' djrliicen  million (lollm-t..    K.u the p 1-1 vc.n  Miorn'ftlic siujiliis which Mi'. Kichl-  i "u A I i-i*5 to rihow.i- .fl 1,345,16(5. '.Mi.  /Fu.-tcr u-ed ropli.iYc' i'<- excrci.-c ii'  Kn'-iOciifith all   hi-   cclehr.itt'd in'  "cniiilv in attempting   to  cxpl.iin  nnd account for   hi-   deficits.    .Mr.  Fielding doe? not iiecd to resort to  ninny word-.-i* His budget speechep  iii'-   the   shortest   made   by   any  minister,, of   finance the dominion  has hadj'ench year lie'has made a  briefer budget speech than the year  before,   and   announced   a   bigger  bin-plus, /rimt is.his--record.    He  has     no  occasion  to be    verbose.  The figures speak for themselves,  demo to thank.  ���������nd n-ii'ihu liberal  g"\crni)iciii.'  <'..-n.  i lie con-ei ViUU'c  when   a   jilicr.il  I") v.-r.    I  th ,���������  >v en 1 ii"ii  into  1  is that  come.s  n-iimes  Tlie Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  E. RABOUCHESE,    ..  ��������� rf i  Douglas Street,     -       -   ^ Revelstoke  THIS IS NOT EGOTISM..     Il -  ���������"We.believe we know' our business.  Our-businessms .to hi*lp",you do your  business. We supply .up-to-date business intMtis and methods,���������money  saving devices and how to use them.  .    1 * *',        ' ,i-i'  *    TIME TABLE    >  "(Dining sea =011 of high water.)  Leave Eight-Mili; Lan-dixg each   ���������  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY sit 6 a. in.  j        Lea\e La Pokte eacli     :  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, at 2 p. m.  ���������SPECIAL TRIPS will be made.be-  tweenplates t of tegular ,sailing whenever business ottcied wanants same.  '.The Companyj,icseive .the  light to  changeTtimc ancPdays of sailing without notice.      ,   ^    ' . ,-,      1  A. FOESIiAND,    C. D. BACKER, ,  Master.  * Purser.  v      HOX. IV. S  FIELDING,  Minislor of Finnnco for Cannrl.i.  TENGWEX.L LOOSE-LEAF LEDGER.  Loo������e Leaf Files and ^Ledgers vcth  filiiiKS spet'ially.ruled, .printed, perfor-"  a ted and punched to suit any btylebf  binder.'' 1 .,,',,  Look  to   your iNO BETTER BBEAB  PHINTIHG  TENGWELL TRANSFER  FILE.  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Transfers, Options,,Powers- .  of Attorney, Statutory, Dec-   *  laratioris, Proxies, etc!, can  be-bb'taihed'at'the  ..Kootenay Mail Offlee..  , "Though deficit was piled upon -  deficit in the closing years of conservative "rule, still - taking the  whole period of eighteen years that  the conservative ,-party was in  power, from .1878 to 1896,pthe total  of surpluses was greater than the  total'of deficits.*.-)'.,_,"'.- '. . . ���������  ' "For those eigh'teen years when  Canada was governed by the party  which arrogated',to itself the possession of all -"the instinct of government'.' in the country, to. say  nothing of ,the divine right to'gov-  ern, the average annual surplus  was a little over half a million dollars���������to be exact, $544,000.  "In^ the eight years since the  liberals came into power, the average annual surplus has been over  seven and a quarter million dollars,  ���������to be exact. $7,235,000.  "In the eight years of liberal rule  the additions to the public debt  of the dominion have been $14,111,-  296, and the decreases have been  $15,196,000; so* that, aslMr. Fielding was able to point out, the affairs of the country, in spite of the  large enterprises under way, were  conducted with a net decrease in  the public debt amounting in1 each  of the last years to $135,624.  "During the eighteen* years of  conservative rule there was an annual increase in* the public debt  amounting to $6,563,000.  "But the growth of the country's  prosperity under the liberal fiscal  policy and able, progressive and  wisely economical v methods of administration does not need the  marshalling of statistics to prove  its existence.  "To take only the figures of our  total foreign trade, they amounted  in.1873.to $217,000,000; in 1SS3, to  $230,000,000; in 1S93, to $247,000,-  000; and in the dominion fiscal  year which ended June 30 last, to  $467,000,000. The contrast shown  by these totals is typical of the  contrasts between all the statistical  records for-the years before and the  years after the ' accession of the  liberal government to ofiice, the remodelling of the tariff and,Jthe introduction of new principles, new  purpose's''and hew methods in the  carrying'on of the country's affairs  b'y the new men who then took  hold of. them.   ,  "Of course every conservative  critic of ."the financial statement of  the dominion! must say, as in duty-  bound, that the country has Provi-  > -nu-!i  n'ctivi/ooii'rn!; .vhyruis'oini-.erv.itiye-  :<i\i*inmein^.._uj l������-ft lo tliJir own  device.-:.. Thi-.' th ..������y nm-l have  ii-   ix.t������|>ur.uiii.i~ .i-,.iri-,   iYoni-'a  l',')ll-'-|-V,l!IVf     I'.HIH^OI     viuw,   'hut  ih.ii i- .-um.'-li,ncri>ii th-Jup'holders  iif   tin.*  ;';o'n    to   recoim.le them-  -<-lw- iii.    .luiin-ihiiiir   which   the'v  .wll Mini it more   diflictili to recon- ,  uilu  llit*   pul'lio   ai   large., lo is t'he.,  putting    furih   nf    il,c .ihcoiy  'in  <|invtii)ii a'- an .���������irgimn-iii'in favor-  01 a oh iii^'t- ni governiiit-m; for why ���������  .-lioukl   tin-  I'oniiiry   w.iih to turn v  out of   power_ the   political party  whoso tenure of.ullice, according to  their   exiitperalod < opponents, ,'en-  & urea the  direct   Providential con-'  irol   of   national   affairs'an ]', a" u   <  result, unprecedented development'  andpro-peiity?"      '        "...  J: MALYis^^    ;  :   GARDEN.  t.        ��������� *'       i    .    ���������    <>  -   Apples.Success'fully Grown.. '  'IhewoiW done by   J.   Maly   .it  hi3  '  garden on-the.B:g* Bend   prove-,  that*  apple's will   dp   well, in   Rovelstoke;  Last season the Iruit from   a' tiee'ho  had weighed as nuich .is^14,o<?s. eiicli.. '  .'.Asked, as vto ,fhe   danger to fruit-  trees   from'the  heavy-snowfall,-' Mr.':  Maly concideio thai caiif"be''got\ over  by tying the branches-, of. yotin^ trees ,  together^, in   tlie  fall, and' when-..the",,  trees get up a bit   the -branches   are* l-<  ���������\ -' .  strong enough to stand.the  uuight of \  snow,. though 'all   danger   conld'be     *  avoided   by   shaking   them    after' a  .  snowstorm. Another-   important-' ' '  thing is- to have 'trees with high'  standaids so tliebranchet w;ont hang  in'the snow^ and get diagged down  with it as it settles. -   t~  With these   piec'.uitions Mr. *Maly    "X  sees no reason whj  apples'cannot  be  successfully-.grown   on     the;   .bench  lands at Revelstoke, and this   is borne  out   by. the, .healthy, appearance., of ,. ,  Ed. Adair's orchard east of the city. '  ' Mr. Malj 's potato crop is  well > for- ���������'  ward, and though cut back a little by  the late frosts 'has  recovered.   .'"A  lot    ���������*  of tomatoes  have  been   planted  out.'  This crop .was successfully   grown last  year, 600 lbs' of ripe   tomatoes  being,  taken off 325 plants( besides tlie green  ,  fruit.     Peas   and   all   other kinds of  vegetables are doing well.     Mi.  Maly  has'grown his peas as a mixed crop of  late and early, so as   to  give  a  continuous crop fiom the same rows with  one staking.'     300  to 400 peppers are  *-'  being giown as .in  expeiiment.     The  strawberry ciop l-ioks well, Dut will be  <  late for imirki't lliia season.  ���������   '     i''llll   IIOlHOUSE.  Mr. Maly is m.ikins a specialty of  hothouse en Itui;i'.- He has extended , '  his hothoust to 8G it and h.ia a fine  lot of tomatoes 'and peppers coining  on for early inirket. S[)eci.il attention is given to llowoiing plants nnd  he has a line collection of pot plants,  including pelargoniums, fuchsias,  geianiums. Numbers of carnations  have been propagated and planted out.  1-P  P. BURNS & CO.  New   Slaughter   House    Pro-  vided.  P. Burns and Co. have b'uilt a new  slaughter house on tlieir land on the *  Big Bend road. A separate building  has been erected for accommodating  a boiler to supply the slaughter house  with boiling wa'er for scalding h gs,  washing up &c. In th * slaughter  house proper special arrangement*! are  made at the south end for killing and  dressing hogs. I:i the centre is the  stall for slaughtering cattle, and at  the north end is a special arrangement for killing and dressing sheep.  Travelling hooks and bars have been  fixed for hanging the carcases.  A fine water supply has, been put  in from a spring on the hillside with  a fall of 200 ft. and a fire-plug has-  been provided so there is a good  supply of water available at high  pressure in.case of fire.  When the Liver Gets Torpid  You want a mild stimulant like Dr.  Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and  Butternut'which cure inactive liver,  relieve constipation and sick headache  at^once'. ���������' Use- only Dr. Hamilton's  Pills.   Price 25c.  t.-  I       fT .   .-.������ *-^ ./> * - '-  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  r  i Cough  V        , '  Medicines  All Kinds, All Sizes  fust' opened  at  the  r j -        , ., i  CANADA DRUG &  BOOK CO.  . REVELSTOKE  ,B. C.  and J. Reighly at about #200 an acre,  and T. P: Wilson, of Rogers, Pass, han  built a house on his village lot.  The closing exercises at the city  school will take, place Friday, when  parents iin'Pi'riends of, the( children  arc cordially,invited to attend. The  chilehen will go through''their usual  exeicises and in some of. the rooms  special work" and exhibits will be  shown. ���������  The examination of the city school  closed'^yesterday. , As Inspector Wilson had to leave after Wednesday Rev.  0. A. -Procunier' conducted the examination oh Thursday and Friday.  The following pupils', were presented  for high' school entrance: ' Josic  Aiiihlie, >TeIlie Bain, Aithu'r Bonnctt,  lOlei'inor Bell, Libby Burgett, Harold  Btinidgo, ' Maggie Caldor, ,Walloy  Clark, Kilith Cooke,' 'Sfury Edwards,  John Fraser, Grace Gordon, GcolVrcy  lliiggeii, Hilda'[Iobbs,' .loo 'Howson,  Winnie .MacIUuy,' Delia,., Morgan,  Joseph Morgan, Earl Pettipieco, Pcai'l  Robinson, George Somes.    ' *  BORN.  [ r L  AimAii.uiso.v���������On June Oth, at Trout  Lake, to, Mr. and Mrs.,0. W. Abiti-  " - haiiiijon. a daughter.  Local and General,  >      ' It' is   proposed   to 'hold sports at  <\An-oivJi<l',id on Dominion Day.  JMrs,W.r."\I. f,RWTcnco has purchased  , J. McMiilion'-. house on.First St.  London, Bng.'nnd, gavo Do'.vie such  .   a hot'time lie had to (lee to France.  .).  .).- Atherton   has puichased  the  liarcle.iu   Eagle   from,  E.   G.   Wood-  , ward.     '   ''  ,       .   - '' '  "Sibluld and''Field have sold J.  ,Holland's house on First St. to C.  . Jollifl'e.  ��������� The  B.  C;   Electric company have  - reduced'the electric  light  charges  at  Vancouver by 20 per cent.'   ,   il .  Theodore -Ludgatc ' sticks to his  guns in the' Dead in nil's [aland matter.  His appeal is again' before the court  at Vunoouver.  The 'lievclstokc' and McCuIJoiigh  '. Creek'' Hydraulic Company made a  , clean up last week and got between  " $300 and $-100 or gold.  The town 'of    Iiaredo,  'Texas,   has  * ���������. . .<   -     .  solved the mosquito problem by bylaws piohibiting stagnant water on  property in the city.  On .Monday evening .1. E. Long  slipped and fell on the. hillside behind  the Kootenay Brewery, dislocating his  * shoulder. The dislocation w.ts reduced by Dr. McLean and Mr. Long  is doing well. ,       l   -       l  P. Rosamon, who has been working  .with extra gang in putting in a ,-ide  track at Clanwillliam, was received  into the hospital this week sufiering  from a poisoned arm sustained by  falling on some cut biush which  entered the arm.  Mails to and from Revelstoke now  close twice a day each way east and  . west. For points between Revelstoke  and Kamloops mails go by train.'??,  'only, except for Stannous and S. and  O. branch, and by train 00 only for  points between Revelstoke and Golden.  Land   transactions   are   active   in  villaae lots.      G.   Laforme   has  been  '   otYeicd $1.-100 for Ins   five acre   lot. K.  Brault has sold his lot to  H.   Stnythe  latest thinir in -ouveiiire i- <i colored  iirt plat<>.    They are the  ln.iM.u-e they, an.' wew- of tin* niu-t  Ixuutiiiil -pot- in and auiiiiul tin* city.  Th'-y ai'- photijirriiphfil mi ci'lluluid  and   will   iiijt   fade.     Onlv  a   limited  milliner ���������  ���������  stock,-o come iilonir -ouii.   Theie are  none ���������>. good in  the City  SEE OUR WINDOW.  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  J, A. BUCKIIAM.  f*1 i  Business Locals.  Read C. B. Hume k, Co's.advt. on  lir'st'page of this issue. ���������  .The1-coolest  place  in town���������Bews  Leo Creiuml'arlor., . .  'Travellers  yisiting  Revelstoke will  [ind   the, best   accomodation lit   the  < ,-������'., '       <  Central Hotel, Abrahamson .Bros.  ���������Take your wheel'1 for  repairs, to W.  A. Smvthe, back of  R.'  M.  Smythe's  ."       '     '.       ...      .I .     '  store.- , <   ���������*>  Revelstoke and Trout Lake city  lots for,sale.   H. M". Coursier.)     '  Insect Powder for mosquitoes, at  Bows' Drug Store. ' ".,!,'"', ..  When you come to Reyelstokehail  thctCentral Hotel"bus to take you to  as good hotel. Abrahamson Bros.  Props. , ,        ���������    ���������' \  D.iily papers, Colonist and Province  Free Press and Tribune. All the best  periodicals . at clicked Cross, Drug  Store. ;  You will , find advertising space  worth what is asked for it in the advertising columns of the .Kootenay  Mail      ���������' ' " ' '. ^  Grnnioplionc*���������all prices���������hundreds  oi" rccordb lo .choose ��������� from. At the  Canada Drug and 'Book Co.  Insect Powder 'for mosquitoes'," at  Bews' Drug Store.       ' \ ���������  When you really want a fine line of  Stationery, ask for Japanese Bond at  the Red'Cross. Drug Stoic.  D. C. McLaren, Kamloops, B. C,  carries the largest and most complete  stock of harness, saddles and all goods  pertaining to the trade, in the pro-  -vince ot British Columbia. Write for  prices and catalogue.  l'ictuie Po<t'Cauls at the Canada  "Drug and Book Co.  W. A. Smvthe is doing a good  business with the Cleveland bicycle  for which he is agent for 'Revelstoke.  He also undertakes all kinds of  bicycle repairs.  The coolest place in 'town���������Bews'  Soda. Fountain.  fn stock only a week and more than  half sold already, is the .record of our  view.- of Kevel-t"ke scenery. Come  along soon if you want-one. The Red  Cro���������. Drug ."-tmv.  Two well furnished dwellings conveniently situated. Apply to H. X.  Coursier.  If your wheel 'requires- cleaning or  repair take it to the Cycle Depot back  of R  M. Smythe's store.  ,  Ju.-t opened .i nt n consignment of  Florida Water and Toilet Wat"r- of all  kind--.    Canada Drug and Book Co.  Ocean to Ocean -souvenir playing  card? at Bews' Drugstore.  Ful! supply of bicycle fittings and  tyres at W. A.'Smyth's, behind f{. M.  Smythe's store.  \ fine a^ortment of linen hnr-c  sheet", liy net-., coolers and sweaters  and all turf goods, rnc* saddle?,  girth-", bit-', bantlagf"-, etc.. at D. C.  McLaren'-1, KamloOpV. fi, C.  Fine Stationary. Our department  i- -t"cked with th" vry l.ue-t novel-  tic-. A������k for feme'-' Linen f.awn.  The Ited Ci-f'.--. Drugstore,  ".Vow View Book- of Mountain  Scenery of Briti-h Columbia. Jiaiid-  ���������-oniely hound, .f!."."> each. At Canada  Drug and Book Co.  The average family buy.-i but one  piano or organ in a life-time and  should insist on seeing and trying  such instrument before closing the  bargain. We ott'er you exceptional  facilities in this way, as our stock  comprises the best makes in Canada,  and you may sec and hear the instrument before deciding to purchase.  Call at Wood's Furniture Store and  see our stock.     Each instrument can  be had oh Easy' ( Payment Plan if  deBired.. At present we have'in stock  the following wellr known' pianos and  organs : Nordhoimer,". "Williams,'  "Newconbc," and "Doherty." Revelstoke In'Suhanci: Agi:xoy, Ltd.  ' The coolest place in town���������Bews'  Soda Fountain.  The advertiser who creates, fosters  and develops business' is, in' the  ���������language of the ancient philospber, a  benefactor of # the human race, because he "makes two blades of grass  grow where but one grew before." ,Thc  best place-for the progressive advor-  tiscrito plant his crops and reap his  harvest is through the advertising  columns of the Kootiixay Mail.  One of the most! useful Institutions  of today promises to he, The'1 Diabetic  'Institute of London', established, for  scientific * research , in to tho origin,  cause and 'treatment of Diabetes and'  the 'secondary symptoms: gout,-rhou-  matisin, carbunclos, etc. ; Hardly, any  disease is so little' understood, and , nl  the same lime so hibidious and dangerous as Diabetes, which, according to  the, higlieslv modern authorities, (,is  curable after all, when treated in time.  Jf 'interested write to the Diabetic  Institute, St. Dunstan's Hill, London';  E.G., for free information. , ,   , '  Social & Personal.  Engineer, F. 'Mackcnrot 'has.been  transferred to Golden.  Senator; _ Bostock left Saturday  morning for tOttawa to' tako 'his scat  in the Senate.  Mr. Monteith, of the firm "of Mac-  donald and'Monteith, returned Thursday from his trip cast.  'Mr. Benson, the popular teller of  the [mpcrinl Bank at Trout Lake, has  gone cast to join the ranks of, the  benedicts.     , .  Mrs E.'.T. Scovil, of Wilmer, eldest  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. .TL  Dunne, is. on a visit to her relatives  for the first time since they, left  Donald. .   ���������  The presentation to J. W. Fraser by  his old conferes ,nt Vancouver with a  case of cutlery and a purse,of gold  subscribed on'the division from Lag-  ;an to Vancouver, ��������� marks J the high  esteem in which he is held. ���������   '  J.Millar, formerly editor ."of the  Bruce^ Herald,; of Walkcrton, 'Out.,  and recently police magistrate and  accountant of the city of Walkcrton,  has joined'tbe stafV of the ICootkxay  Mail. Mr. M.illar is a member of the  National Association of  Accountants.  LO. O. F.  An open installation of officers  of Selkirk Lodge No. 12 and Revelstoke Lodge No. 25,1. O. O. F., will  bc-held *in 'Selkirk Hall qn July  5th_at 8 p. m. All sojourning  brothers' and their .ladies arc cordially invited to attend.   Dancing.  jas. jamison; .  7 ..   Secretary.  ,      NOTICE.  In tlio iniitloi ol THOMAS BOWNIK.rtoconiqd,  mid in tho iimltor of tlio Olllcial Adimms-  IruUiri' Act.  MOTK5U IS IIHUHHY QJVBN Hint liy (irdor  iN of His Honor J. A. Forin, 1-iOcnl Jiulco,  ilatr'd Iho (llh dny of Juno, I1MI1, Ooontn bniitli  McCnrlor, OlUoinl AdmliiisliiiUir Tor Hint, imi't  of Kmituuiiy ,(;<iiiiity coiiiprlsod wiUiin ho  HovcKloko UloctorliilDlfctricI, has hoon (���������niiilod  lollor*. of ndininW nil lo.i, to iidmiiiisloi' nil ai tit I  siii|-iiliirllioo'.(iilotilTli(iiniisn<iwiiio,iliii!Oiisii(l,  ll,ANDll'PUItTlil5H TAKK NOTHJI. I hill 'all'  CLAIMS upon tlio said oitntoinusl Iio f-oitl In lo  I Iio'���������aid Administrator, at his olllco, Inijicrlal  llinil- llloolt, Hovol.slolio, l(. (!.:, will ������l days  from Iho dalo horeor, aflor whioli tlinoiill pro-  cimjiW will  Im di.stilliutiid iiiiioiik ��������� tlio  purlieu  l,lwr������l,^,l,T|,KOI������aBHMlVlIM������iOAUTBII.  ,   -     Olllcliil AdiiiliiiKlnitnr.  Dntod Iho l.'ith dny of Juno,' ltKII  Bans &t\URTCACts  REAL .ESTATE SNAPS.  . We'offer this week the fol  lowing-  list 'of snaps   in   Real  . * ' <r  '    r l'   ���������    1  '   ��������� A  Estate;'everyone of which'is a  -���������  ' .      . . '        i7  genuine bargain :   ������   ���������    ��������� .  (t*-l 17C A icvi'ii room iiiodijiii?lioiis������,,eon-  91 ��������� I ' J vi'iiioullv sitiintoil iio.ir'scliool; Lot  .10 liy KX>, Kood -soil: JifX) cash nnd Ihiliinco on  'o.isy loiinti. i ^ ' -   i  C1 O^fl ^ s'ovon loom I1011-.0 on I' ir-L Street.  pi.CxlU immiy to blioos and depol: h.is-������ill  iiuiUoi 11 convoniencus, including fui-naco. I'nrl  cnsli, b.iliiiiceoii drsl moriK.iKo. ' -  C/lfin nfl Smnll, building and Lot on FiinI  ^ItUU.UU Stieol, now.iiised ns a laundry,  fjjild lioo.isilvmudo into a ciiinlortnlili! homo  for a -mall family. 3.V^:I2a,:','* '..j���������'.CiSI !>-T,'  <C1 RRO Au Uiithl Room Hcniso-on Fourth  g) I ,JJU Streot, nice j,-rouinU and Kindou. It  1-, now rcnlniK for''IS per input li. A kooiI oppoi-  luuily for invu-.tor-5   ^      .   ' - i  ������C1 9RO A Six liuom 1}\\oI1iiik on Koiirlli  jpi XJU st,(..CL, iiin^lifd HiiiiiiKlioiiiawilh  ������ood luiiiliorllinl would co-,1 nearly douhlo to  Imild today. ' .- >    ',  tinn nfl A'uw "]c^ lotson Sixth Street���������  g) I UU.UU |low boiim opened 1111���������can bo li.id  for Iho low price of SKKIo.ich. Heinombei wo  are agents for the choice-t le-idental piopeily  iu Iho Cily���������THE SMBI/ri'lt TOWXSITK. t  Revelstoke Insurance Agency,  Limited.  REAL ESTATE.     .INSURANCE.  [       '   MONEY  TO  LOAN.  WANTED  WANTED���������MILL MRN and CAR-  PENTERS.   Biir Bund LuiiiIum  Co., Lid., Arrowhojid, 13. C.  y\  \j ANTED���������A l.'irpru lire-prnof safe.  '*��������� Kootenay    iM.til    Piiblisliintr  Com pan j', Kevelstokt  -\TTANTED���������TWELVE First CI11?-  VV     CARPENTERS, eifrhL tnonth-'  wen k1, wage��������� '10c.  pt-r lionr.   Apply J.  Kern<t^hnn, Revc-laloke.  \\  T ANTED���������A BOY to make hiin-  M*lf gi'nVrnlly useful.���������Apply to  Koote.vay .Mail Officp.  VTTANTED 3 or -1 GOOD MJ3N to  >\ wm-k oil and about lup;p, mii-l  In- .ihle to ride lo^s, w.ifjes ^50.00 per  nionlhand board. Apply: Vale Coluin-  Ji,i f.umber Company, Limited. Na-  kinp.  B. C.  'VT7ANTED-A POSITrON.is Cook,  >\        Housemaid   or   Housekeeper.  Addies-: VirtrinU J. Lamb,  Box 1 lo,  Cio^field. N7W. T.  Corporation of the City  of Revelstoke.  Notice of Sale of Horse  Impounded.  YOTr-'B r*i IIIIKKHV OIVKVlhit   r"ir-n uit  jN      tr.lly-L.lwVi>    I, ������������������<  lllr- I  >ty r.f li.'-Vfll-toli.',  I will oUr-r for SJLK HV I'1/HLK. ACLTIOV  I 'it tf������" City Pound, on Wrrlfir^rl.iy nr-xt. the 'iim.1  ' it.-t . .11 I'i och.ck in -.lir. for'-n.Krii fuule-^ prr--  I vinti-ly r-dr-r-m'-'U 1 STRVWHBRflY HOW  j HOKSK, .itiont I yp.ir. old, 10  hnniK in hmvlil  il,.- i.-irli'ti /H   !iaJ t\vi> ^r,tr- on htnrl.  J    .VK'OL, Pound Kr.r.pr.r.  JWoscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures %\nft Put In,  WAH   CHUNG,  General Store and  Restaurant Keeper  A Prime Stock of Groceries Fruit-,  Vcareenblc&.  -    '  MEALS  AT' ALL  HOURS  Try our Iced Soda.-, Ice Cream, Str.iw-  ' lici'i'ic- and Cieam.    Can't be  beaten in the City.  FRONT ST., REVELTT0KE.  CJ.WILKS  MACHINEST&   ���������  BLACKSMITH  All Kinds of ..lobbing Work Done.  Sewine; iMncbincs and liioyclcb Cleaned  and   liepairod.  K'cv.i fitted oii lbe Shortest Notice.  Oppo-.iie PfDCT    CT  salvation Army   I * ���������\kJ l     *-" 1 ���������  Corporation of the City  of Revelstoke.  Seeond Street, Revelstoke  TENDER.  Tonrlcr* nrr: r.illr.rl fnr lli.(r>f|fr.f.t iiinrn ur lo1--  of ditch ini,' nnd fllliin; (rum sitrj r>f prnpo'.od  rlnm r>n llrirlw.-j Crrick tr> ^itri nf rrj^r.rvoir. and  from thr-nrr' tr> r;r>rnr������r of McKr'n/io Avcnno  nrnl Sr*c/������irl Strr-nt.  Piirlir*^ rnny IrTirlr-r rm wlirilrj nr purl r>f tlio  wnrie, which will l>r> lull! oir in Hr'ctirnH.  PlnnH and rrpocilMcntie :���������( iriny hn soon nt tho  City FLill on mid nftor Monrlny, tho aith (nil.  Tr-nrlr-rs, foriflor^fdl to rr'iich tho iiiirloriiunod  hy nfx>n on Kridny. thn 21th init  TeiiilorH miiit l>o iiroinpiiiiiixl liy n certified  rhorinn to tlio nnioniit of III nor emit of tho ten-  dor. <nid chr-rjnri to ho fnrfnftod if iiccoptco  tonrleror faili l<> -ixn contrnct.  (,'ily Clerk.  Kovolstoko, Juno 10th. IflOI.  Garden  Tools  Now is the time to buy your garden  tools, our stock in these is the largest ever kept in the city. ' 'A few  things'needed for spring :���������Bakes,  Ilocs, Spades, Spading Forks,  . .,,        Sprinklers, etc.   '        ������  Besides these \vc have a large assortment of  Tools  * < *      1, ���������  ��������� Which .wo must get 'rid >of at a reduced  rate to muko Yo6m for other goods, which  arc .arriving daily. - ITcdgo Triminers,  Lawn Hakes, .Rubber ITose in nil sizes,  Lawn Mowers in,two dilVeront kinds and  four.siy.es are among iho'ninny.  f?e sure and see our tools before purchasing,    ft  W.. M; .LAWRENCE'  Foil AM.'k'lNllH Ol'* JlAUliwAUi:.,       '  Gel  ;Your  Spring' Siiit  n    Union-Made at  :M.;^:;Mlsori^^^4'  '  ���������McKENSSrii! AVENUE, '       - NEXT.TAYL01t.I3I.OUIC.      ..  1 < ,v'-, J        1 ^   , ^ . tf **  1 < ���������     ���������* l ���������> * r     * 1 f 1  -   - u ,   "     '   ��������� The only phicc in'town you'can get it.1   r       -      _ fJ|'  0\J\l N1CW  WallPapers  Am: Opb.v Foil Vour I.vsi'i:ctio.v.   ,  '   17ROM   Itioli' (Jolorini.^   in   llnll   nnd    ;,  1      Kdiini l)osii;ii<> l<>   l^uinty Cliainlmr  HITects   iiiir<,Sl<ick   and  Prices should  incut tho 1110-.I. oxacliiiK roiiiiiromoiils. ' I  -  r   ,       .     .        ���������. .   r.  R. Howson & Co.,  Furniture Dealers.  Picture) Framing.  Undertakers & Embalmors.  /fK <*#*   (GOT -^  -\U.... _   ^    L  ^^ Neatly and-; ^(,e Kootenay  ���������J   Expeditiously '" ���������,   ,  5 - Execitted at   ^ajl OffIceJ-  They I are Fipe Pi������oof I  BABBIT YOUR  BEARING^ WITH  CANADA METAL GO'S: Babbitt  p.  S & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   Meat Merchants  Head Office, Abattoir-and Cold Storages,:   .  <^^sss������^Calgary, Alberta  NOTICE.  VrOTICT: ii hereby Riven Hint. SO dnjs iidor  i> d.iti', I nilenil tf>a|>|>l> lo Iho lliiiuir.ililo  the Chief CufnniisMonerof Land and Works for  n s-pecial licen'.e tocnl and c.irry uway timher  from tho followinndi'^erilied lands-, vi/..:  Kiliinlu on the Upper Arrow Lake-, about 'i  mile-, north or N.ikiiip, 11I1011I 1 milo Troin tlio  t-11-.L .shoro oT tho lake, nnd jniniiiKon the norlh  east corner or the K. and S. limlier limits, itart-  iiiK ul a po-t marked C. C. IJilliiiK-' S. \Y.  Comer, riiiiiiiiiK thenco oa-t 8(> clinins, thoiico  north iiOcliniii-, iliencu we-l SO cliains, llioncc  r-outh ill) chain-* to poinl oT cuiiiinciiccineiil more  or los->. ,  Jlarch HOtli. IWll.  C. C, lULrLlXCi S  Dated nt Nakusp, ll. C, 1901.  orrison  ISucccS'-'-or to Dr. Curry.]  Dentist  Gold Crown and Bridge  Work a Speciality.  Dental Parlors over Bew's  Drug Store,  MACKENZIE AVE.  Chas. Sam Woe  .WASHING, LAUNDRY  LABOR CONTRACTOR  FRONT STREET  (Opposite Joss House, Gold Hill Hotel  Building.  J. THORNTON,  Painter, Paperhanger  and Sign Writer.  Estimates uiven for nil kinds ot liouso paintinir.  Ordors for VapcrliniiKiiiKand KalMnniuing will  receive prompt attention.  ADDRESS : P. O. BOX 2J2, or  SECOND ST., Behind C. P. R. Shops.  Orders left al J. \V. Bennett's will bo  promptly attended to.  A. E. BOAK  lias opened in the Cow.an  Block  the  best makes of silverware and cutlery.  Agent for Raymond Sewing Machines  Pianos nnd Organs bold or exchanged  THIRD STREET,      -        -      REVELSTOKE  *"'������in I'-ptriAor,*

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