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Array Pro\incial Libraiy  j  "      '/A  'HIGH CLASS"  Vice crejam:andv -  a- ice cream sodas ���������*  Bews-Drug?Store  JUWS72905   r"S:|^  4  i  l      1  A, <   /' A>������  4  ������'*          l't"V-A^  r'    A -VA-A  - ' j.'*   A^ *  ?     Vi , J s.  i     l  I      ) 1 /  *->>.  BRUSHES  FROM THE BEST MAKERS  AT j >'     ^ - y        | {  , Bews1 Drugstore ji  </''.  v l(  Vol. 12>  -No.' 12  REVELSTOKE,, B; C. JUKE 24. 1905  A. E. eiSORG  J,  big TAy/, *DAy  \l   V  I  20c and'2sc?Ginghams/,Percalesrand. Sateens,'lovely nat-  '.',, terns, ���������,������   ^   *  A"        ;/ "'','  A    '- '  " %   .." >  --A r    A      k -     at^lOcper yard-: \ , ; Ar  "1     "     -l'l    t      n   u "������ '   ���������"'-      .  '        "*   ' ' "i,     fJ    "* ~    -l 11   .'  <?"cand ^oc Organdies,'Sateens Jarid ^ephers','etc.', suitable  -^    fr\r Arpccua   * '     -,        v        ,     vl , i    i j '������ 1  ,at .,12^c per .yard ���������,   <v J) '  iteed I  y  fortresses,  ~.-      J-+ fs*1 .* If  CITY COUNCIL ^  v     i '  Special Meeting to Arrange for  Repairing Flume.    ,  Special meeting held Wednesday.  Present The Mayoiv'Ald Field, Lewis,  McLeod,Abrahamson,Footo,McCarter.  'committed work  LATE WAR NEWS  Another Japanese Victory.  Great Russian" Army in Peril.  Tokio./June- 23 ���������The' Mikado's  troops Repulsed a thousand Itu&sian  infantry with gi eat Io'sb - '  ,The Japanese ad\auce is developing  The'Mayor complained the commit-   aP alonS tl)e llue (Oyama lias definitely  tees did not do the work entrusted to  assumed the "offensive, and   Linemtch  SHOOTING  i ���������>  AFFAIR.  $2.00 Per Year.'  them s i   ���������    -,f p  JAld. Lewis, 'as 'channian ofv the  Watei and Light Committee, said he  knew'"'the Mayoi had . in4-hand the  repairs to the ilume, and he did not  wish to mteifeie with his work.' ���������  Aid Field < said' he had seen Mr  Smith about making the survey  , Correspondence was 'read from pipe  companies re laying, barrel flume to  replace portion of flume washed out,  and it waB decided to'accept tendei of  Canadian Pipe Co at 5>8 50 poi foot  Mr Stocks, C P R. budge inspcctoi,  to be employed to supeiwso the woik  Aid Abrahamson said the'disadvant-  age of a,banel flume i\as they could  not put men in to clean it with safety  as they must run'18 inchcsfto 2 feet of  wfltnr tn plpfui'mif. f.ViA ip.p %      ll^v   v Ji"  h menaced by two giave dangeis, one  taction I, the outflanking of his light,  the other stiagetical', the1 enveloping  of hisJeft In eithei case the Russian  position is senous'if not^ hopeless  Unless Linevitch piomptly full back  on Hni bin anothci gi eat Russian dis-  astei is inevitable.     ���������  ft i  ' Ladies.-Silk Waists", black^ white" andicblo>efl,  v' v'-Ji -'ti rCatAnearlyvhalf regulars prices ",%{<-,  '*i  fT* s.     '  S'%  if <r *-i  ' ,,jj' All,work'from, our/-Dressmaker  tl-;1i i  s������,fr*  h  T*  -i- is* c   .   -v;5< f* V  % .'f.ri.v.' i,     i|rt(  r <-  MckenzietAvenue-}:*$���������' \^.-\^i-,  water to clean'out the ice"?  , ^Replying to Aid McCaiter, Mi ,Goi-  don saw no objection to a barrel ilume,  and considered it bettenthan a'bquai'e  flume. ' * ^ fs<.' ' '������/" l' iJ l ' '  Vlt was undeistood Mr Stocks should  be requested to inspect and report on  the rest^of the flume1 \ i" <1^~l <ft  l* (It was decided,' now^the bylaw had  passed^the new planfand fittings be  ordered immediately so as,to get the  light plantain full^woiking order"as  soon as possible *" ^^ ! *��������� "j - ><%  Alb ' Abiahamson suggested that the  new dynamo to be ordered should be  one suitable for eithei pbwer<of,hghtJ  ������/Ald J McCai ter said' it would be a  long'time before theywouldjbe calle"d  on to'supply.power - >AA v ^ n ? ^  ,i ������i4  ORDINARY MEETING. ^  ^      -"/Vtf i*^. *���������      O*  ��������� u  11 ^.  , ������v���������  iiuiMii  %   ^      s,f       s  LIMITEDr  ;< Fori-  '^>raples>.  r-^v;  DERARTMENT-.STORE..���������, r   ,w-lv,  -mi"  FORvA  jkv'; -.^B^'' A,Js  -     BLACK CAT BRAND  , CHICAGO-ROCKFORD  1 HOSIERY COMPAHY  ">Ke������osha Wis-  ���������>-    . f  )������������������  "^Ordinary meeting held-Inst night'  Resent 'pTho^Mayoi, Aid Ji'ield,jMc-  Leod, AbiahamsonT <~ - ������>��������������� "������ ~  ^A\'y^������f .> coekespovdiJnce **j '' s���������  r^tToiontb him asking 14 days option  on'" city, "debentures foi' the* if.20,000  lpan^at 99  -   < v     ������i   -     , '    -  G-^M Sproat intimating Mi' Far-  well -was piepared" to -subcliwde .his  townsite and, as thei bounduiy^was,, in  dispute,' suggesting ldefinite survey  Referred^to'^sWoiks ^committee 'with  power to act A  _ i f'i'  I WOKKS.'i  ��������� -���������     - j tliJ  FOR  THESbLACKpCAT; STOtKINGS;  ' l  ~ ~ . ~'~-    >      ' A j ���������   < ���������������        '     ' '-  In every'pair there's'solid comfort, at 'pleasing? prices.  'Best folrwear���������bestAor looks���������made forAhat ffoheksome  *-"'' child of yours.  \i\%^V '--      p^ --> -     *, \t  *Black>���������and'fast   black���������with ^extra-thread  on ^knees,*  "ankles and feet".-   A triple thickness to go through  ,    before the darning needle is required,  :    2Sc,-35c, 40c aiid 50c  ' SEE THE WINDOW DISPLAY  - >We are offering a cash prize to the boy and one for  the girl who can drjw the funniest picture of a Black  CatA'-Pictures to be handed in to our Hosiery Counter  on or befqre~June 26thr  C. B. Hume & Co. Ltd.  DEPARTMENT STORE.  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  Host, $3,000,000.  Capital Authorlzod, $1,000,000    Capital Paid Up, $3 000000  ,        Head Office, Toronto, Ontario.  SBrnnchos iu tlio Northwest Torntonoa, Mnmtobn, Outnno and Quobac.  And   tho following points in  British  Columbia     Granbrook, Goidon,  Nolsou, Rovolstoko, Trout Imko, Vnucouvor and Victoria.  T. K' Mbbbitt, Prosldont. D. R WlliKll., Vico-Prosidont and Gonorul Manager.  t     ESB     K Hat, ABslstuutlGouoral Mnnacor     W Mopfvx, Chiof Iuspoetor  Revelstoke Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business Transacted  Savings Dopnrtmont���������Doposlts Rocolvod and Intorost Allowed. -  Drafts sold available In all parts of Canada, Uuitod States and Enropo.  Bpoolnl attautiou given to oollootlous A. ������ Piuffb, Unnngor  ���������f'Xhe Worka'cfoinniitteB recommended  sidewalks, ^crossings,' and ^.street "lm-  pr6vements > toT value^ ofv J)5,000, / the  sidewalks to be let bypcontract; ��������� v  A The mVyor said thiej'waSj a^ heavy  bill of^wqrk, but no-^oik i^as>done  lasfyear and all'the'noik was equally  necessaryA That estimatejivould run  the rates up to 28 mills <���������������. ^ J . <j.  1 Mr Floyd ^said this rate included  $2,000 for police cells and 5.1J400, foi  purchase of school block "A   ' y  OnTmotion of Aid MoLcod, seconded  by Aid Abrahamson, it i\ns lesolved  to defer further consideiation till ne\t  rrseting. t,  I >��������� THE FLUME  j,The Majc lepoited Mr Stocks and  he had gone oi ei ihe flume and Mi'  Stocks recommended taking out the  present flume and replacing it by  bairel flume from power house tot east  end of bieak/and thoioughly living up  balance of flume    t     i  Mr" Stocks stated  the proposal  he  made 'would give them, a   peimanent  ' work that would last as long as they  Jived._ i ' *   * *    '  i Replying to Aid McLeod Mr Stocks  said a bariel flume was better than a  ^squaie flume for handling ice  The   Mayor   said ������ins   soon as ^ the  material arrived, they could go on with  constiuction at'iate of 50 feet a day   ,  i������ ' Eesolved to1 appiove above recommendation  / L  lv   '"'"    .STATION" ROAD  ��������� Aid Abrahamson a'sked w hat should  be done with the pipe on station toad'  Eesolved Works committee see Supt  Kilpafcrick on matter  4 UNSIGHTLY   BUILDINGS  Aid Abrahamson considered Mis.  Skinner's burned building should be  moved  Aid McLeod said a stable belonging  to T Lewis was in  dangerous condi  tion and not used  It should be pulled  down as dangeious to children  *    '  Works committee to attend these  matters  The bylaw to borrow f.20,000 to lm-  pio\e watei and light plants was  finally passed  POLICE COURT.  i    Before Messrs II A Broun and  McLaughlin, J.'s P. F Veltiow was  charged with killing game out of  season, a grouse having been found in  his possession, and was fined 9>16 2o,  including costs._  W. Stevenson the man who came  to town with his pockets filled with  Imperial bank cheques and drafts,  was brought up, the attorney geneial  having ordered the quashing of his  conviction ana sentence of thiee years  by F Fraser, S M , as owing to a mistake in Mr. Fraser's commission he  has only jurisdiction within the city,  and the offence on which he was  sentenced was robbing a shack at  IlleciHewaet He was thcrefoie  charged with having passed one of the  cheques on R Caley and committed  for trial  On Thursday R Fleming was  charged with cruelty to a horse and  fined .$20  Name  Fisher  Brown  Smith  Hull  Nolson  P.iKot  Coomboa  Looming  Burpee  Bowl inds  '  Morrison  Shard low  H irdc istlo  F.irquh ir  McMillrn   r  Donald  PIPES, PIPES, PIPES, BROWN'S  BROWN'S, BROWN'*.  ANOTHER WAR THREATENED.  c y \   / -   ��������� ),      (i '  ���������; France and Germany Pre-  *   ' y  paring.1  Beilin, June 23 ��������� P'lices"' on' tho  Bourse omimously declined this morning on icception"of Pi^emiei Rouvici's  note iegardmgsMoroccb and the lum-  oied mobih/atioii of'Fieuch'tioopfa ���������>  ^ -Government cncles^note With concern powerful - intiifiues aic-tiying to  foicewai vuth Fiance'1' The situation  is delicate and complicated'11,   ,<���������  CFIELD^SRdRTS:;  '��������� " DOINGS MlLlTARYr, -  - The piogiammc is out foi the>meet  ing of the Temtoiial^ Rifle Association  at Calgary July I lth" tb ldth^ "Entiy  forms may be ..obtained from Captun  Blown, who vvill'attend the 'meeting,  at which some handsome tiophies'aie  ofteied for com petition^. t4. */ A, T  ' ROCKY' MOUNTAYN R INFERS'  The followmg^was the "result ofvthc  shoot on Satuiday*��������� V < *   ;        <  5     .    '    ,_ -    t     V  ������  200     -.00     C0Q  Rink    jds    jdb   jdsTotal  1 Pto ' f28 M \ 2') ,- 91  Lieut   j-ivJO      ������0      2)^ 81  'Liout X&' *20��������� 2d Ab2  Pto lw.2b v 24 > >l ������ li  ( orp i 20 J , 2-1 jli OS  Pto ill    '21 J   20      -,8  /Pto    *    r}a      19  *  10      32  cPto .J IS' '21 ��������� 10 , -)I  Pto ,^tll. f 11^ }18^' 17  Corp    v' n;      18    fll .    17  "Lieut 21 i* 18        I ,*, 40  Corp        t-1 *-  18    5���������' L U  Pto      -     18 1,1")      ii  Pto 21        0,       0  ..21  Pto -;���������  n 22i"!-lb '    S8  SKt       rx <���������       13f     _    , V)  Sgt J (Donald was in? fiom Golden  on1 a short visit   " ^ lc'"-\\  The first ten scores '^dljie returned  to the 'secretary,* Canadian''Military  Rifle League, as the^team shoot in the  second match' i "_    r ^'      C  ,, The aveiage '(65 9) eliould ^e raised  at leastAen points^,by mbie scaieful  shooting;and better attendance at the  matches'" Pte~Ciodvei and othei good  shots *\\eie much ^needed to help the  scoie    " "      J   *  GUN'CLUB.--.  V  / /       *)  , The scoies Satuiday were ���������J Guy  BaiberlS, W A Stuidy 15, A Mc-  Donell 13, A McRae 12, B A Law son  11, F B Lewis 10 i  "LACROSSE.  Revelstoke defeated Kelowna bj 7  to ml The following" lepieseued  Revelstoke���������Goal, G Tumble, point,  J McCorvie, cover point, P -Dunne,  1st defence, lW Buck, 2nd defence, A  Hilhei, 3rd defence, W'Baibei,centie,  A Woodland, 3id home, W Turnbull,  2nd home, G Knight, 1st home, G  Latham, outside home C Keifoot,  inside home/ J Mills, field captain,  Neil Lee 'It was a good game, but  Kelown.i's home was weak. The scoies  weic Turnbull, Latham, and Keifoot  two each, Mills one ^  On Wednesday Revelstoke played  Veinon and won by 4 to 0 The scoies  were  Latham tlnee, Tuinbull one4  New Westminster defeated Vancou  ver on Saturday, in the"lattei city, by,  four goals to one   " '  jRevclsfcoke Intermediate play Kdin-  loops on Dominion Day        *"       s  Nelson defeated Rosfland by 0 to 4  FOOTBALL      *  In the match-Saturday aftemoon  City \ Shops, the shops won bj 4 to 1  TENNIS.  i  C. P. R. Machanic Wounded.  A fiac is occui red in the east end of  the city on   Satuiday  night    Some  Italians  wore   having   a  colebiation  when sovcialmnchinistsniiived on the  sceno and insisted on taking part    A  low   ensiled,   in   which   an' Italian  named    Sniana   sustained   fnghtful  wounds on'the head, and two lcvolvoi  shots weic hied, ono taking eflccfc on a  machanic mimed Ilutton   Foitunntely  his mjuiies were not senous,iis  the  bullet stiuck a ub and glanced lound,  lodging in   his  buck,  but he  h id  a  mil tow escape fiom boni'j; killed     Di.  Giuliani succeeded in locating and c\-  tiacting   tho' bullet * Sniana   made  himselfscaice aftei thcfibhooting, but  was peisuaded *"to   give"  himself  up/  which he did on "Monday, though   he  pctsists he ilid'liot do the shooting  lie was Released on bail j '<���������,,. ;.  HORRIBLE  MURDER  i<        ^ '^   ' ' ^ "  Two Children Done \oti Death.  'jlaiifnv N 'S'J June 20 ���������"Kiwi  O'Neill'*found ElmaH YoungAn the  scrub woods back fiom PlymtonfDigliy  Connty,~and" Ins biothci Chfloul cumc  on the lomiuns of'sit yeai old May  Waul quaitei of a milefuithei buck-',*  \ Thcjbaby, a yeai and a half old, was  lying on 'its face,1 Mussed hand and  ,ool ' ItS'tmouth Had been stopped  with^itSjOwn ccJttoii 'hood which hud  been >oiled up and rbound tightly  icioss its face- In it's struggles to'fuee  its, hands the wad of cotton had chopped fiom its  mouth, wlnchrpievented  suflocation" ->     , '^      <N > ,   ' 1  '"^TheiOthei child, May,* was dead  Aci'osshei mouth'and nosevi.is <i luge  burdock leaf, over this the child's hood  was,, tightly diawh and aiound and  .uoilnd w is bound a quantity of jam  ���������" Suflocation must have quickly  followed the application of this hoinble  contiivauce and the fact^ the bodj  tested as^though it had not been moved  mdicites life was extinct before the  little foim had been deposited qm the  giound    *    k'^A'A '        "A    '"  WE CARRY A1 FULL STOCK ,OF iA     ,,  f      .'       i     ,       ii    j -      i i  Groceries !r Fruits^;  and Vegetables;  '-* '  l*"''  v.  .^1  i 'J'.S  i  i  ���������> t  li, '/  ONION. SETS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS.<  if i  GARDEN TOOLS.  COOKING UTENSILSA  Vm  /{  BOXJltNE'-BRos.;  ���������Mckenzie *ave ,  G39st  i Agents for McCIary's Stoves and Ranges,  REVELSTOKE.  yii   ,'j i  W "  iH  1'*"  ,E3  '  *.  i,   J.V  J. Cx   v  took for,Prooft^"}]  i ,^  iS  '������'^|  *v Every^gemiine Fit-Reform^ Suit;/'  '-j *\ a I I  J v/-rf i*' I  * v i.i-'Jl I  ,",-������������������ 'iP WH  and   Overcoat  .������>' Reform^ label. *���������,  J>U,  'J"*l  ^J li  Jvct\  It 'isi youfVgiiarantee'lof''*perfectv'Hl  , satisfaction���������your protection against '^"A  f V- faulty fabrics*and'tailonr^ ?  . ' *   v ���������  ,      J,  i     v .  k I  i;-'/;  s*~l  'i V I  SHOCKING  ACCIDENT  Today was ladies day at tho Lawn  lennis Club's ground, the ladies inviting their friends foi a game and  supplying rcfieshments L  In the matches Banks v Club, the  former won the doubles and the latter  the singles  THE TURF.  The directors of the race course aie  culling fei tenders to clear 18 ncies of  the leserve to be laid out in a tiack  half a mile long It is intended to  to airange a lace meeting at an oarly  daic to fall in with Vancouver, Ram-  loops and Calgaiy cncuit A road  wjll be built from the Big Bend load  to connect with the rouisc so as to  make it as easily accessible to the  centre of the city as possible  SUDDEN DEATH  Hunter Found Dead Beside His  Game.  Mi Daniel McLennan, dairyman  living near Momsscy took his nfle to  get a deer. Not letuining in the evening his wife gave the alarm and a  scaich party set out next day His body  was found a mile fiom his home and  half of a deer lying near him. The  other half was found some distance  away. Death was due to heart failure.  He had shot and dressed the deer and  was m the act of carrying it home  halt at a time when overtaken by  death  Fast American Train Wrecked."  .Mentor, June 22���������Runmng'at -the  lateof 50 oi 60 mile*? anr'houi, & the  Twentieh Century" Limited_.oir-.the  Lake^Shoie vRailway>, dashed into' an  open "switch at the passengei station  heie shortly befoie "10 oclock(last  night Twenty-two persons ������eie killed, and-12 oi< 15 badly 'mjuied The  combination^ baggage and "smokeing  car and the coacli behind it caught  I no and were   destroyed r L  The scenes following the���������wicck  ucie pitiful the moans of the dying  mingled with the criesTiiid scieinis of  wolnen Those in the rear coaches  weic not'uijuicd and set about at  once to rescue those pinned in the  burning cais The hie spread with  gieat lapidity and it was with diffi  culty that the passengeis weie ics  cued  l  It(is  believed   that the switch was  opened by a boy. '  COLLISION  Always, look .'for tlie Fit-Reform"'  "'label- iu," every  garmentAyou- buy'.  V ^ J  i J f. '-  w f~  A"  >, "-Make, your!v Suit,T and 'Overcoat "prove'J itsA^  ',identity  by. showing   tlie- -.Fit-Reform .label/1  -" ' -L      *  ' -'  "'"       5?Ut-V^.-v-VK--*^ ^i  '    Vt    ^^  iv*   * -}-i      ������j        sl       ri^.^-i  Wt-.r ^.'  ���������n T >     '/<**������}  ^Thu ifademaik iden- -''' v'  'lifiesi eveft   genuine"\ I'A.  ���������v- rit-Ketomi1 garment.  t i-j.     B*   I���������    r��������� -JT   't= '    I  Look for label -with ,  trademark Jand. price  u'Gxed by maken.  ���������������". ���������  s< **     v r4  j���������* .&2L  '>. ������  The i only Fil-Reform WardrobVhere^ij'at        4     _^   J:^G. Macdbnald,?Revelstoke.; 1  HOMES . 'FURNISHED, ON, MONTHLY^PAYMENTS.  </,-.)* I  Another Carload of Furniture just arrive'd ("Carpet6, Linoleums,  'u>   Oilcloths, etc    Sewing Machines, Hemtzman Pianos.    '  R. HOWSON & CO., FURNITURE DEALERS AND EMBALIVJERS:  v   1,  I    S<U  Imperial i Limited   Runs  , t .     Stock   Train.  Into  On Tuesday .a fnghtful accident  occuired at "Kalmai, ^neai Kenora,  when the west-bound Impenal Limited  dashed into a stock ti.1111 ������ Engineer  Perry and Evpiess Messenger fetacey  were killed and the ongmcci^ Bird,  mailcleik, Paison, andfiieman,'Wiitt,  seveiely injuied The cause ivas'the  missing of three concluding wouls of  the older to the ficight tiain Tlnee  oi four cais of hoiscs weic killed  COUNTY COURT.  fudge Poun held a sitting jescci-  day, when Foul, vvhofoiged cheques  on JI Manning, and Stevenson, who  passed a foi gel di.ift on li Caley,  pleaded guilty and weie sentenced to  tlnee months imprisonment each  The following civil cases weie heard  Di McLean v. J. Samson, claim +25  professional services Defendant put  in a countei claim foi t>f52, and, judgment was given in his favor for tho  balance ii27 Mr Buggs for plamtiil,  Mi McCartei for defendant  Crawford & Co v Big Bend Lumber  Co"*> claim 1>593 for logs, and Big Bend  Lumber Co v Crawfoid, claim fi318 90  foi supplies, were tal en togethei, and  paitly heaid when the case was  adjourned till Tuesday for tho attendance of a witness Mr Elliott appealed foi Ci aw ford and Co , and Mi McCartei foi the Big Bend Lumber Co  T. Laughton v. Athoe, claim $9115  for boaid Defendant put in a countei  claim of !|i47d for services, and his  honor said as this was a mixture of  black jack, drinks, bank rolls and  paitneiship ho would dismiss both  claims Mr McCaiter for Laughton,  Mr Elliott for Athoe '  PIPES REPAIRED AT BROWN'S  -J I  CONTRACTOR & BUICDER  CARPENTRY, JOINERY, CABI-  '      t        NET WORK, AND GENERAL  JOBBING.        FINE   WORK' A    '  SrECIALTY.'      NO   JOB   TOO  LARGE    OR' TOO    SMALL.  Choicest Materials in Stock and Workmanship Guaranteed  TObmll  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines; Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.  J-_   ALBEET     STOHsriEI-i   -ZPIROIP.  THE MOLSOMS BANK  f  Incorporated by Act of Parhamont, 1855  HEAD OFFICE, - . MONTREAL.  Wm. Molson Macwierso.v, Pres. s. h. Ewetg, Vice-Pres.  James Elliot, General Manager.  Capita/ paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000     .  Everything in  way of banking business transacted without un- ,  necf ss,.iry delay.     v  de p"l'gIe!'fccred,tedtwlceayeat,afc current rates on Savings Bank  W. H. PRATT, Manager,  Revelstoke, B. C.  ' .A . wwrf>��.*ll^v^WJMWUWM.*Ma^^
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Changes in standing advertisements must
��� bo In by 9 a. m.' Ihurtday of each wook to
-> Becnregooadinp!a>.   Standing odvortiHlng
^ matter w 111 be changed tw Ico a month w ltli-
" ont extra charge - Xor more frequent
V alterations tho time occupied in making
?   same will bo charged at usual rates.    	
JOll PRINTING pioniptlyoxooutodatrpiison-
11 able rate*. ��* '   ' - i      "      (">
TKHMS���Cash. Subscriptions pajablo In ad
'    T��DCC. J-  i-     ,   -   ,.    ~>    o 	
UOKKKSPONDKNCB invited on manors of
l! public interest. Communications to Kill-
n for must bo accompanied by naino of
��- writer, not necessarily for publication, but
" as ovidenco of good faith. Correspondence
V should bo brio
Wo request our numoroua readers to
/ favor us with thole assistances In
' maklnar tho K.OOTBNAY MAIL tho
r most viiluabloadveptislng'medium
r In  the Kootonays by__ giving, tho
"" preferonco    whon ' making1    pur-
chases   to   those   Arms  who   are
ro&ulor advertisers In the KOOT*
DENTIST.      <>
Okkick ���       '
, McKcnric Av uiuo'
X Edward, a. 'haggen,
Mining Engineer,
American InBtituto Mln ng Engineer*)
(Meni! Caiiudi'an Mining      tltuto )
!   'REVELSXOKE, 13. 0.( _,
Examination of and reports on Mineral Pro
portlcs a Specially.
Bat lister and Solicitor.'
OFFICE���Corner'of Fust Struct unci
u A    f  ' Boyle Avenue, Revelstoke, B. 0.
: -t \\        4    M       ,    A-    , \ AND PINKHAM,
.,.. ' BABBI8THBS, S9LICITOBS, ETC. t       :
* *'   Offices :   Mo'ibons  Bank  Block,  Rkvbl
^'        ' /-'   8T0KB, B. C. < r
1 *   ,��� Money to loan. ,. ,    ��� _
> Offices Revelstoke, B. C; Kort Steclo, B. C.
men and women suffering fiom
physical dofuimity or accidenl who
are unablo to work. These' tiro fit
objects of chanty and should bo
asbisted.' But tho piofosmonal
scoundrels ought to be HUppretAcd
by refusal of monetary aid and by
prosecution by tho 'police .11
vagrants vvhorcver found. ' The
scheme is more bia/en when it 1-
givcn out that San Fiancisco is Lhe
oiganuing centre, and tli.it the
nickers of J3ntiFli Columbia ortor as
inviting a field for professional
beggars'as they do for Man oni
wireless stock promoteisand others
of that ilk.
Geo S McCabteb,   l
A. M   Pinkham,
ncvcistolve, B C.
J. A. Habvky,
Kort Steele, B.
r J. M. ScottrLUB.
: W. I. Brlggh.
Solicitors, Etc.
Money to Loan
Solicitous Von Molsons Bank
1        ft   it
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
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PLANT. ,    ���
Wc congratulate tho city on sealing on Wednesday the doom of the
antiquated fogeys who are such
opponents of progress thoy wanted
to see Revehtoke go back to, coal
oil lamps. The bylaw for improvement of the plant was carried, and
within a few weeks llovelstoko will
have one of the finest electric lighting plants in Canada, and one that
belongs to(the citi/.ens _ themselves.
Thoso who bay tho city got from
the company something that was
valueless dont know what,thoy aro
talking about. When it became
noised abroach that theio was
danger, of tho the bylaw failing and
the plant being shut down a shiewd
representative of capital got ready
to purchaso it, and was willing to
pay ^100,000 cash'for an equipment
some people want to make out is
worth nothing.,' A man who knows
better than anyone ���clse tho ti ue
value of the water and, light equipment of the city'declares that, with
the value of the 'franchise, it is
worth about .$200,000 to the cily,
or about three times what it originally cost.. Though we regretted to
hear the-late mayoi condemning
the source of power at the meeting
last week we believe what wo have
always said,"that in acquiring the
water andv light franchises for the
city Mr.- O'Brien* fenderedr the
people one of the "nibst valuable
services ever rendered by a mayor
to*'his constituents. Some people
profess to believe that the company
were "anxious, to sell' out. That is
hot' correct. .They had a good
thing, and they knew it, but Mr.
0'Bnenu had declared for civic
owned water and'ligtit, and there
was not room for two systems of the
kind .in Revelstoke.1 The company
recognised it'could not fight the
city on a question of that kind,and
accepted a fair value for it If that
plant .and equipment is t handled
right it will.give the best service(to
the citizens, and the Mayor's statement at last week's meeting that
no other city could compete with
rRevelstoke in^the superior quality
of its lie;ht is absolutely true.
so little BPpai ition ii-! Hint now "i
force in tho Noitlnvest U\ it Rpimi-
tion has icucluil the \iinialuns,r point,
rt is dillicult to hco how it could lie
improved upon, ami it woikb ipluiihcl-
ly. The people 111 the \\eot iiioun-
ilouliteilly suilied with it. 1 While
thpoietieiilly 1 would piefci no bepni-
utioii, I do not behove it wise to 111I0
ovei tho wishes of tlicminoiity.iind f
think t'lio ideal eoi dition ib iuiil.1i 11101 ij
1 eiuly iippioiched* undei this system
than it .would wei-i the piiwlogo ol
epnintion ilonicd the turnout)'. <���
Professor   Brycc,  'oi   Mimtobn
College, said:   ( '   <
J Imd tho people of the Tmitoiios
satisfied with the piosent Hystein of
education Tliey liavo .is (neni to 11
public school sjsteiii us is woik.ihlq 111
Camicln ,Tlio Teintones luive pmcti-
cilly a bcttoi woiking sybtom of
p"tiblic i-eliools, 111 so /ar us lehgious
parties 1110 concerned,' thm wo' hiUjC
under om Manitpbn public achool "ys
teni.         ' i    1 ,
I*    ''CORMSl^NDENCE.   '
Uilitor Kooii.nai M.WC '    t ,
A plan foi piogrosb. Assess nnpioved
piopcity half of 0110 poi cent less on
the 'dollii) and uiiinipioved piopoilj
0110 per cent on tho dollai moio, aa it
h the winking ol.iss tint build"up
KcvclstoLo, not tho town lto owneis.
I say coinuol the townauo owlicis to
bland 11 fan ahuio of the tn\. rlfciK
likely to i'iiuso them to sollntaioason-
ablo puce. (lt would oni ounigo'the
woiking cliiss to b"uy and nnpiovoif
thoy only had a fair shaic of tl'.o ta\cs
to pay. 1 Yes, lav tho pii'bOp ol the
vvealtjiy bpcculatois, inoie, tlio'niueelo
,'md bi.iin iif tho vvoikmgnian lesb, the
lesiilt would <ho Jeba coniplaintf and
more pi'ospenty in oui young city. f(
I iinij etc,
i   -
bR. Tapping,
.A, strong feeling is; gaining
ground in (thicity that the ward
Bvstem should be done away with
in the eleption of aldermen, and
that the aldermen should be elected
by,, the , city as a whole. It is be-
lieyed this would do awaywith the
sectional feeling between the east
and west ends of the city and result
in^'the citizens taking a greater
interest in municipal affairs.
It is pleasing^ in these ^ days ,of
lab,or troubles to find the general
manager of the Crow's Nest Coal
Company speak" in such high terms
of-the relations existing" between
the company and the miners. It is
somethingjiew^ in this province to
find mine managers expressing
such,confidence.in their men. .We
are heartily glad to see the generous mariner in^which Mr. Lindsay
spoke of,the,employes, and if more
mine managers,would .treat their
employes with the the same respect,
confidence and esteem as Mr. Lindsay there"*~would be "fewer labor
troubles in British Columbia mines.
The time has come when Revelstoke should encourage the growth
of flowers, vegetables and "fruit by
hqlding an annual show, and
indeed we believe a" fair could .be
made a big success. If any of our
citizens take sufficient interest in a
plan of this kind, we shall be much
obliged if they will communicate
wilh the Editor of the Mul, and if
the encouragement is sufficient
stepswill be taken to organize
something of the kind No doubt
exhibits would he sent from all
parts of the surrounding country,
and such a fair would do much to
encourage not onlv the beautifying
of the city from a horticultural
point of view, but al=o the planting
out of orchards and settlement of
the'land. Some da) the valley
between "Arrowhead and Revelstoke
will' be jieo'pled with hundreds ,of
small farmers.
T1 e astounding revelations in the
police court'at Nelson of an organised system' of beggars travelling the
country ought to put people on
their guard tagainst- imposition on
their charity. There aTe travelling
beggars able .to, work and praying
tr|ey can't get it.. The German state
farm sjstem ought to.be applied to
thjese people. They should be
promptly arrested and placed on
such a farm under pribon discipline
fcothat they may be compelled to
earn (heir own living.   There are
II      LIU        I 'II.   Ill' I 0
Wc don't see any .sense or justice
in the C. P.' R. so vigorously opposing the V. V. and E. charter
Neither the Similkameen, nor any
other section of this province can
be opened up without railways.
For years the C. P, R. has been
urged to build a road into" that
section, and it is only about a year
ago that General Superintendent
Marpole told the press the C. P. R
roads in theprovince were not paying and the company would build
no more railways here for some
time. The people were deleimined
the country could not stand '-till if
the C. P. R did, and urged the V
V. & E. to go ahead. Neither the
C. P. R. nor any other railway can
be allowed to adopt a dog-in-the-
manger policy. ^ The province must
be developed, and, if the C. P. R.
wont open up important sections
like the Similkameen, then, bj' all
means, any railway that will do so
should have the fullest opportunity.
Hence we support the V. V. and E.
charter.' That company' is asking
no land or money grants, and 1?
tying up no country. That is the
railway policy this province wants
and* should encourage in every
possible way
Again competitive roads are
necessary to secure fair treatment
to the public. See the benefit in
reduced freight rates that Great
Northern competition is to Nelson
and Rossland Had Revelstoke
had the same railway advantages
as these cities it would today have
been a city of 10,000 people. And
it should have these advantngp*,but
it will never get them till the Great
Northern or some other competing
road comes in. We don't believe
it will. So great aruilway authority
as Jim Hill says the railways will
be able to carry freight profitably
at half a cent per ton per mile.
To day the people of Revelstoke
and surrounding di��trict are taxed
to just five times that amount for
railway charges, which nothing but
monopoly can justify.
Saja the Tiibunc.���"The,people of
Yale-Cariboo made :io' 'mistake 1 when
tliey elected Duncan Koss to'apiescnt'
them niste.id-of Mm tin Burnll. t Blot
that we believe 111 a single thing that
Dunc.m Itosss'tands for, v\c ar^ inalienably opposed to-- his" platform", lock,
stock and "banel, 'but ho cii]ojs"oiit.
advantage to which Mart'n Buriillis
a strangei���he is consistent, and you
can tell vvhcie he stands " ,
"'John Hou8tnn's friends say owing
t!o the dirty tieaumont he got at tho
hands of the McBude 'government he
intends in futme taking a stnctly independent couisc in pin by ..politics.'
' The Dominion government'pLopose
to employ C Dcuclisman as guicle^lo
the cave at Ross Peak^""Both the government and the C P. R are arr.mg.
ing to^uild a trail sonaa to give convenient acceBs' from Ross Peak station,
All. Deuchsinan lepoits having-di8-r
covered anobhbr cavern of grande-
character than any of the others yet
discoveied.^ *  ��       ' ^
j The Itevelbtoke Insui.uicc Agencj
have been appointed agents foi the
Manitoba Insurance Go~, which will
be one of the sbiongcsb liic ollices in
the countiy, its tibks being hacked bj
the Livpipool, London and Globe The
company has ari.ingpd r agencies ""lit
only tlnee points 111 thcpiovinco,\"aii-
couvei. Revelstoke and Nelson
Tlu Revelstoke Tnsui.inee Agencv
are in leceipt of a letter fiom the local
lodge of Locomotive J'Vcnien icKnowl-
evlging the piompbncss with winch
the com pan v | .1 id. the $2,000 in sum neon the late Fireman Eistivood, es
pecially as the application had heen
made onlj a few- hours befere the .ic
cident and the premium had not even
been paid ,
Good" progress 13 being made with
the new it.ition being built bv the C
P R. The concrete work for the
b/isement is almost completed and a
stait will shoitlj be made with laying
the briGk and-stone. The contractor
have bought out all the bricks left nt
C B. Hume & Co's kilns, anil are
impoiting the rest of bhe brick required from Enderby. u
B C FroTiicy his cornj'btfd Hijing
the stone foundation for H Ifowion's
lesidence and 13 laying the eminent
blocks. -
W. A. Foote is making splendid
progress with the conetruction of G B
Hume's residence on McKcn/ie ive
The now hotel on First Street, when
comp'cted, will   h ive upw ihIh of fiftv
room-, nil   of   which   will be  Mpaciotii
and well ventilated and vvi II furnished
The liouic will be run on the Kuropein
The   bt-r   fixtures    have   been
ordered from Hamilton, Ont , and will
bo a very handsome affair in solid cnk
with largo British plate mirrors Thin
alonu will cost about $1,000
While the bigots are raving over
the separate school question in tho
Northwest, the men of the Northwest themselves speak most highly
of the system which they know
better, than anyone else. Rev. Dr.
Carmichael, superintendent of missions of the Presbyterian Church
for Manitoba and the Northwest,
I think the wostein people aie wi II
satisfied with then education il system
and indeed if given an opportunity
would likely re-enact it     No fl>Htem
could be devisod which would provide| Vancouver, B. C,
^he-New Scale Williams
Piano at St. Mary's Academy,
' ,   ,   '   Winnipeg.        yt
'Most of the world's greatest masterpieces, both 111 Art nnJ Music/ have
bc-ii produced under religious influence.
'1 lie Roman Catholic Church has for centuries fostered all that is best in,music,
ntitl it is well known tliat tlieir Religions
Colleges and Academies contain some of
lhe best artists and cultured, music enthusiasts, , - '   '       ,T
That the New'Scale Williams Piano
lias been selected as tlie1 best for their
purpose by t the St. Mary's Academy,
Winnipeg, is n distinct tuumph for this
le iding Canadian instrument. The selection wasi made after a thorough investigation into the merits of all available
'Canadian pianos. The following letter
explains itself, l!       \ . '
fal. Mary's Academy, Crescentwood,
, Winnipeg, Man. Feb. 9, 1005.
j Dear Sir,���Since September, 1904, we ��re using.
tlie New Scnle Williams Pianos, and are liapoy
'to testify to tlieir magnificent tone qualities,
Weetness, Holiness, and evenness. We sincerely toiiKratulale you on the wonderful Improve-
.meats made In the construction of these piano*.
St. I"      ���   -     ���
_.. Mary'a Academy.*
t St. Mary's Academy is but one of,an
.extensive list of, representative -educa-
itioual'institutions that have ^adopted the
,New Scale Williams Piano. - Artists,
'music lovers everywhere unite in declaring it'Canada's foremost piano. "nThe
'artistic elegance of its appearance(is only
^excelled jby. its, perfect "constructions,
[durability and rich singing tone. ? ;,-,
' The Williams Piuno Co.^of Oshawa,
{publish three booklets on the'history and
construction^ tpi
p i a a o's ,
should ', be
read by all
contemplating the purchase 'of'ia
"piano. They
are sent
free on r, request, o r
can ,*be 'ob
tained from tlie local >Vareroonio.
\<SC ir ���
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1 1
1   A,<*   -     V -' '-���<     - v
!' A.'1F.& A. M ��� Tlie1 Masonic Grand
Lodge met at Westminster bh'ThuiS;
diy.r Rev. C. A /Piocunier and Ficdv
Fiasei repiesentingsithc locarl lodge,
and the foimer returned this moining
Mi." ScholiekV of Tiail, was elected
Deputy GiandfMasteirs ^���"' ,\
VL O L���Thcie' vv'ilPlie "'an Orange
celebration atflrmstibng on July 12th'
In addition to'the panicle ancl speeches
the feature of the day will be'a lacrosse
match,Kelowna v Kaiiiloops, baseball,
Vernon v. Enderby, ^firemen's .sports,
tug of_ war," Orangemeni v.'the.world,
concert and bajl,in the'evening. Theie
will be a special train fiom Revelstoke
at 3-30 a in.,' leturning ab ;10 30,\faie
H2-35     '"    r 1 -���       \        ir *   ^   '   *
tA*0 p.P^jiPlllrnei itndtE^Adiur,
deleg.it'es fiom Selkirk hodge to'Gi'and
Lfdgc meeting, lepoittian enjoyable
cup and successful meeting  _   1    'A
'     ,' ;     i '    -    -��� ^
Child Not Expected to" Live from One
Hour to" Another, but Cured by
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy.,, ,   <
Ruth, the little daughtei of'E N
Dewey of Agnow villp, Va, was seriously ill of cholera infantum last summei
"Wc gave hei up and did not expect
her to live fiom'one hoar to another,"
he says "I happened to think'of
Chamberlain's Colic, Choleia and
Diarrhoea Remedy and got a bottle of
it from the stoie Jn five houis I saw
a change foi the bettei. Wc kept on
giving it and befoie she had taken the
hilf of one small bottle she was well "
i'or sale by all diuggibts
':v p-'ViPV''pp ^zGiy.*.
f jipKre R-ppSTE-Cy;;:
��   - <      l      HEADQUARTERS  IN-'KOOTENAY,FOR    *.' ������     VfA
' "    ,* i i'-        }* r '   ', "i '  * -     :. i
-   * Paints,,Oils, General Hardware, Sporting Goods/,  'V.
r Saw'Mill Supplies, All'Liiicscof Granite,and-"w" A"���,"
1 * ' ATitiware, Plumbing and ;Tinsmithing. A   . - , -  !t
Repair WbrfeDpne;;& Estimates Given;
^  '     Xr/  Four Kooms, Over Store To Lol.A'  /''      "'Ai   A 'PHONE ' 35A   ',n   ""��� '
^n-.' <'i
Clark's Delicious Pork
and Beans always ready Those who
know them are always i&idy for^them.
Sstisfy hunger Sold plain 01 with
Chili ,or Tomato Sauce, 5c and  10c
tina. I r 	
"' Has just opened up his new seasori's���"stock" of ,"    --' t ,
{Carriages -'. and \ -Implements. *.   ;*r ^
These include.Garden  Seeders, Plows,"Har-   *       _^
rows, Earm Implements of all kinds ������    Light    -,   ^i'
and Heavy" Wagons, ,Light Buggies, Rigs? and ,, f / f    \
Molinc and Faiiclnld Wagons. ^ _"    . V
'Shoeing",   a VSpecialty."
- "���,' Wagons Made and Repaired/; '���'
Kootenay Lodge No. 15 A F, & A M.
Tho rogular ment-
Iiiki- uru hold in lhe
Mneonlo ��� Tomvlo.
jddKullowH Hnll, on
tin tliitd,Mondn\ In
ouoh��� month nl b
p.m Vlaillnttbroth;
ron oordlally, woi-
ooincd.w ;t
'       "W      ( l\   '
MooU every Tuosdaj
ovonlng in Solkirk
Hall at *8- o'olook.,
VlHlttiiK brothron cor/
dtallyr Invited to nt-i
tond. f ,       'f
"  ' ''   [fi
���..������ I
Hodfisso Dogioo nioutH'Hocoml^niHl fomtli,' ;
TiiostliiyH of cnuh month; White HosoDcirroo*
meut�� Thud Tuowliiy of enoh quattor, In Odd
fellows Hall, < Vlnltlii|{ brotlu on woIloiiio. . 1    ^ '
JAS. I. WOODBOW.*    ,   H.W. 1CDWAUDS,' i
���   ,     ' , I'rortlilimt,' <   s    * ^-SeeioUiy.^
'l,have started a^permanent Woodi
Yard' on. Thud stieel,f'" With my past-j ,
oxperionco 1 hope to<ho in a position'*
to satisfy nil1,requii omenta -ol' eimtom-p <
ers. Di-y cord wood 'kept in stock and':" ,
supplied ini any/lengths at reduced?" t
prices for cash.  , ,   'i  '  \ --        1
'���-   ' ,' \'T    'v'i'r>B. SAMSON.  >.-*,   I
���Vt'oTJOK IS ru:i<i:i)V GIVEN tlinl'tlio undo"i>rj-*
,j_>|<j slifiioil hati HuhmlMod to tho Jjioutoimut-^." fi
Uovornor in (Juuuoll a i)roiiosiil,��uudor tlio pro-s/ *
visions of thu Klvors imd Stroama Aot, for olour-? ^
hill mid romovintr4or^oh3l.ruoUoiis froni^ JPioitp? .-,
Crook in the district of, Yiilo, ami for imikiiiK ^-"'J-^
the sumo lit for raftiiiB'and driving thereon off, P
loKb, timbor, lumber, rafts/and crafts, and forfr1*
orectniK and matiitainiiiK dams,'JIurioh and'l
canals for holdi
and tlmbor brou,
i Tho lands lo
Crown lauds -"i        . ���,
���>Tho ruto of tolls nronosodhto bo ohnrKOd^nron i��-
suolnas  may;bo lixod,'by tlie11 Judge of thofc'-  �����.
(Joimty Court of Yale w .'���'����� ���*��� ���-   '    -~ *
Dutod tho 20th Ma>, 100,1    -
W-iJoA!<A',t,   ',-,,'
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r    *Vi.
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. miiiiitninuiK dnnm,'JIurioh inula ' '< * r j ,<i
ilduiK. sorting and dolivonuff IobsJ;" J ,* ""- , vn \
roUKUi down bald Creok j; \ *��� . ��� ' i ,�� , i
Lo bo ailooled by suid_works aroA,l.V       ^ ������>'*
1 jtl In   utiAnnLnrl      4-1\   \\n  /ill ft i*rrA/l .  <i t*A ^Tk^1.^�� ^ t/l
^E 'L- KINMAN. '��' K
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i. i"     v   j?   ��� mil Hit.. s lM."
'    "-r c um iiil ', ���
,!vv ^ �����:,' nuilbt.,
AJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undor-      , ^
U/l'i'SiKnod 1ms submitted to the "Lioutonanl-u " ,(.-
Uovornor, ini Council  u iproiiosnl,   undor tho��� .]���'
provisions of tho; Uivors and Streams Act, for >
cloariiiK andrroiuoviUK of  obstruotionsvfrom ,ti' , ,
Throo Valloy (jrook in tho District of Yulo audi  ' ~>   i
for makuiK'tho bamo Jit for raftmn and drivin��i .po-
thoroou ol Ioks, tuiioor,lumbort rafts and crafts,,. '   .- ��
and for oroolmn aiidimuiutaiiiing booms forj* * . ���
holding, .sorting and dohvoring logs and timber \ "','
brought down<said Crook, and lor attaching $ ''<-
boomb.lo tho shoro.oflsaid Crook andiThroof '   '_
Valloy Lake for said purposos n        -.(TAp-'i v
Tho lands to bo aflocted by slid work '���aro -^, > r
(Jrovyu lands.^ n P'i^1' ' J ' "'���V-J * ^--,,f<
1 Tho rnto of tolls proposod to bo charged nro3 , ;
such as may bo fixed by tho Judge of thu County^ f p
Court of Yale./   "-*/
���>' vm
i   i,
   ishoieby givon   _..  ... 	
"JLN    3uno, 1005,at 10ii) a.rm., an application^
will bo /mode by. tho .undertiiirncd under tho.,   >.,
provisions of the "Jtivois and Btroams Act" to I   ��,"
tho Judge of the/County Court of Kootenay atrt. rt.,,.
tho Court Houae at Rovolstoke, B, C,,-to fix they X1, ���>
amount whloh'tho^undorsigned'shall  bo at'/ --, ^ >'
liberty to charge for*tolls, boomago, raftlng.%, , ^
diivli g of logs, timber, lumber and crafts, and'C' I u
for taking care of same 'until^delivered under^s     _\'
and by virtue of tho Ordoi in-Counoli grantcd^',t.<1-
to tho undeisignLd underuaid Act empoueJing-J  f ��. '
tho undersigned tooltai and'Momovo obstruo-~\ / v"-"
tioim from' Mosquito Cicok, WiBt'Kootcnajr,''* j^��PiJ
iindi to mnko the same lit for-iafting and driv-,1 -' i.
ing thcicon logs, limber, lumber, tafts or crafts i , it- ��
- Dated this 18th Alay, 190,3.. , -   , ci    ���', i -
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June, 1905. aflO JO a  m., an application'-*  %
bo made by lhe undersigned undor the ~'.
prov isions of tho "Uivera and tjlreams Act" to j
tho Judge of thu Count} Court of, Kootenay at(P" 4
the Couit House at Itevelstoko.-'B O., to lix tho*'��.
amount which} tho  underbignod shall )bo at ...
liboi ly to charge foi tolls,  booinago,, rafting,^ ^J
driving of logs, trinbor, luinbei and crafts, andK v'
foi Inking tare of same until delivered, undor/' t
and by virtue of tho  Older in Council granted >-
to tliOj.uiidorslgm.tl undoi suid Act empowering ���<
tho undersigned to clcai and^removo obstrue-i""
tions from Half-Way Cieek, West Kootona},c,
and to make the sumo ill foi i aft ing and dnv-.' ���
nig thereon logs, linibei, luniboi, rafts or crafts f '
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And siivp Wr.ippeiA foi I'rciniurria.
ROY.\ \j GROWN SOA1' has no equal
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we will mail you a catalogue illuslr.it-
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The Royal Soap Co.,
Linoleum, Matting, Car- -
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because they are free of kinks n:id
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Every shade and tint for hand
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Siores everywhere have BELDING'S SILKS.
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Under the new management of ���*
Harry  McIntosh,   Hoffman * House
Newly built.      First-claus in every respect.    All modern conveniences.
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1 SOper Day, Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same  management
��� cyon aie the most curative in the
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all Nervous and- Muscular .{diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach'ailments >
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Telegra'h communication with all
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ney and Bladder Troubles. ' J  If '  V   I  I'  * 1 '  0 '"'  THEIKOOTENAY* MAIL  r-  1    i  i    I  f  >w  I >  , :CREAMV'  Making powder  -*       T*  A  cents  a pot*nd  can  '��������� i  '< ������  ���������j i  M  25 cents a Iialf potmd can  ^ATAALL GROCERS; %*.  , i ���������< '/  - / *  j   A- *' s< /-f Dr. Price's Cream^Baking;PowSer. is^made.from A  ^'t   pure Cream of^Tartar! derived,from grapes, and,thus rt  A combines] the'* Highest leavening strength' with the   j  -greatest purity''and healtKfulness.     A , v"  A\ <Dr.rPrice's 'Cream' Baking'������Powder1 is ;the most  > > economical to use,1 because;it goesifarthen in leayen-  y.ing.and insures! perfect,, wholesome- food A'     '   >/   S  lit Saves Money and Saves Health ,  *���������< *  r     < -  A'p,  it  ,      f     ft  J1  i   v.  lr"  a  r   V  /A*  ."CATCHING GOLD" FROM*'  *,   A **-'*%/' - ADAMP^FEET.''}'/  JI      !  ll   j  ,    *-* '-  -'        I'll n' ''-y  it~ i. p r  IK*  > ui1  V'A  poiwmotis'r  --gmg, falls upon the Liver and Kidneys.* -   ^   v     ���������< > *>  f...-,-.- I hese, soon/-sicken;, irom oTefwotfc������:anoi then ipoiaoi  "wastes^accomolate,''fJevelopinof,j;int6i'-1se������o������si illness, &J.tuA.  ,cnecKed.,liff ������ii(k    j ^ ^t , ^ j^     ,       "a;., ft ^        f-> '  ^* -'Tof Catch' Cold "f is to ^havejust these 'things,- happenA  /.'The most freqoent^caose of j>' Colds " crgetfang the-feet 2^1  thtough^the'sole-leather oAhoesl'- \Tr-V^-,b-"  -?-'^  ���������f*   vu,        .Tt ��������� _~���������T.  '     T-'.  jAJrr.'.  A'V 'This moisture from^withou^ chills the^ski^whld^ltibtf'fr  1~contract������"closingvup.the> poresl checkinV circ������latk>ni5,of'&el<  . blood, and shutting in perspiration. -cAsfc^ypur,dpctor.;-^.  - ���������"��������� -  ^ A Now^som'e of j the highest priced fregular/,Oa  f  - ?  I  Ki'i  y*  * *  ?   -  ^   V and makes, the leather wear like rawhide. ^   i -* i >-f -  aVk'v ' " ;Rut^piece'^thia['IQOT^Oa'fc^Sole-lektheg^mA  *^������ .V^^water and, you' cant jmafce"a,soak^ through injlessA,  'than four hours while rcgula? Q*k "soles soak through -  in one hour,  A * Wej������ntrol thfe.faahd of kather"for3.Caaada, and,>  it can lbe ^"dhly^ inf &e\ genuine^" Slater, Shoes 'A  which^arei made only by the Slater Shoe Company.  ���������,..   -I Consider what this tettgheat^mbst wear-worthy/,  and most water-proof of Iraihersi'.means to your feet,-  ��������� to your health;'at no earira;eost/!tb;youri;purse,\ t-  [*? ���������,      ~ JRemember that more people die������of*sicfcness origi-  | j ^ ~ nating in" colds 4han of any other, cause, and < that  -,;-   .   mores colds nare^dues tot  ^Adamp feet"' than^to,.;  ?"^>.'any{Other cause*'t ^  Look( for ther  ;\ slaie-frame^traee ���������"  mark v insiSc ithec  ARROWHEAD  From oar on n corrospoudeDt  Iiev A. H/ Solly 18 about to leave  on 'a tup to England., During the  time he lias been in charge' of this  parish he has done excellent service,  unci'"iu^ addition, fto,' securing^ the  erection of the handsome church 'here  ho leaves it entirely free of debt.      '  Amongst the visitors to the village  by the lake last week  there happened  one, 'a dealer in awnmgj so they- say,  who hied" himself from^Revelstoke to  this charming) summer resort/   Being  of   a< progressive-, turn   of   mind- it  occufied to'this dealer that he might  combine, with  lns> pleasure ^a little  profit, and,he' accordingly^ set out to  impress uponijtthe   populace rof this  village" the merits of 'his wares.   Now  it happened in the couise of his travels  he came to^a   place" where   lumber  reigns/supreme and 'awnings are^hbt  so much appreciated as the shady'side  of a lumber pile might bo / His mind  absorbed in the beauties of the surrounding^* scenery,! he failedj,to vh'oar  a warning voi"ef which*calledJto him,  not'from the wilderness, but from���������the  man behind���������a hose.   *Now this good  dealor appeared mot toj-,havo>n:uch  faith., in   the1 good "intentions ofhis  brotlier,rnan,' the man with, the hose  aforesaid;* who <��������� was I,busy, preventing  a   spreacl'of the   devouring'" element  noiir where tho pilgrim'Strayed, and a  few drops of "aqua i pura (Anow Lake)  falling upon  him, the  man with tho  awning thought it was malice which  piompted /.those ^little./drops^to/v fall  upon 'his ^Panama,/'and1 forthwith  picked hun  up ,a stakeAa 6 x 6 - 16,  moie or less) and thought  to chastise  tho'said 'man with jthe hose.'J But'not  bo "^The man with 'the,hose was right  there with tho^gpods, 'consisting^of a  good healthyfstream ^coming througli  a'two^and^a'half^, inch, no^zlegwithfa  hundred 'pounds!''of Btcamp to propel it  ,through the iatmosphere^' Thrice did  ,the gallant; dealerijattempt'.to- reach  jtheenemy'and,thricetdid|!hefall before  that^deadly'stream^'only at'last to  retire a"sadder,~ wiser; and-wetter;man.  '*j    K& r������������������ ���������* (V     (v-  NAKUSP:Av  W.S.NEWMAN  r j     f            >- I  Appointed RoadmastenonE.&N.  i. " t  I On Monday W. S. Newman received  instructions by wire to proceed immediately to his now position as road-  master of the ������ and N. railroad,  recently acquired by the 0. P. R. Mr.  fVewman will in future make his home  at Victoria,,and is .arranging to move  his furniture and effects there Mrs  Newman and, Mrs. Macpherson, will  leave shortly,toijom him. r ,  j On Monday night Mr. Newman was  entertained at a farewell supper at the  Club. Mr. Newman'has been road-  master of ithe mountain^ division for  many years and, has proved a moat  efficient officer and loyal servant of the  company, find much^egret is expressed  by" therinhabitants' at losing so valuable a citizen, andjiby ..the 0. P. B.  officials,and employees 'at the lossr of  cme who'-has earned their universal  confidence and esteem.\iJ     u '  ! V. Anderson (will succeed f Mr. Newman as,, road muster on the Mountain  Division and John Anderson succeeds1  Vic as loiidmastor on tho section,, between 'Donald and Laggan. '       ,  V  RAIL AND STEAMER.  1    V  if*.  t ',-<--'���������  "^ HV  I ,������.---        _ ������      ^       ^      ,   , -    ,������.  _   ^'"-Krom>Our Own Corraipondont. ^  '^Thos. Taylor, M" PvP>,of Revelstoke,'  spent Monday in town.*     <   t    ,    '  .  'f>' *-i   ,   ...    i      , >> i ,', 'j, '-  -^Campbell's comedians are billed here  for;Monday,'AJune 26th.3;       '       "���������  s.  an  k  SoleXocapAgentsC. B. Hume &KCo.  arouiw  fiy������B������B.  ELGIN OR WALTHAM $6 en  ���������,4-OZ SOLID SILVERINE CA8E, ^"������������������'V  Dust nnfl damp proof fitted ^ntli the vcrj best  seven lcwelkd Elgin or Valtham movement,  stem wind ana ������et, and absolutely guaranteed for  Are year* Also a beautiful chain with tach  watch for tho next 30 days All complete. $6.oD  Seeing is bohoviiig Cut this out and send it to us  with jour name, Post Office and Express Office  addics* and wo will send tho Watch and Chain  to} on for examination    If you find it as repre  seated, pay agent the amount and o\press charges, and Watch and Cham are yours If you  wish to have paying the oxpress charges send in tho full amount, and wo will forward to you  Watch and Chain by mail, all charges prepaid If you order C O.D. a deposit of 50 cents is re  quired as a matter of good faith, w hich amount i\ UI be deducted fiom jour bill. Order at onco  as this offer may not appear ogam    When writing mention this paper  E. WAGNER & CO.. 163 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.   -  RICKS! BRICKS  The Best Olay in Okan.igan-Valley.  Weir-burnb Bricks in laige or small  quantities at reasonable prices.  ENDERBY,BRIOE &TILB CO.,  009jel7 Enderby, B.C.  c  Peisonb requiting a supply of ice can  depend on getting it promptly tu iu  W. FLEMING  The Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  TIME TABLE  (During season of high water)  Leave Eight-Mile Landing each  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY ab 6 a. m  Leave La Porte each  TUESDAY AND FRIDAY at 2 p.m  i SPECIAL TRIPS will be made between dates of regular sailing whenever business offered warranto same  The Company leseive the right to  change  time and days of sailing without notice. " r  A. FOKSLAND,      F. SWANSON,  Master.                   Purser  % Mrs W. Scott,"wiio has been'visiting  friends in ��������� Revelstoke, returned1, home  th,s>ek:v,A-AA''f "J J   ^  >jt,W J.-Mclntyre,fithe 'popular,conductor onTthe work4 train, is oflL on a  short, holiday ."'j"*' AA^ t. \ ������������ A i, -  'Mr. and. Mrs.pD. J.'Bulger entertam-  edm number of their friends on 1 hurs-  day(i June,15th. '���������" A^Tr^-v ^{^  T L'-F.'McDdugald, arid_ F._Atkinson  made a good catch'of ten fine froutjra  Tuesdayjafternoon. \ ������ V .o %\���������i^"j  i -.Contractors, -Jamieson ���������and Abnel  are'making 'rapidj progress Nnth^ the  Catholic church, building^ ^ji^A^ ^  J Mias'jConstance'jBrettpwho has been*  attending New Westminster Columbian  Ladies College, has^returned homevfor  her summer vacation. ^-^AAAi","  t "We see the-fashionable summer resort fad Has struck Nakusp."1 We refei_  to the (fact- the ��������������� ladies' nowjvppear on"  the'streets witliout their hats. ",\. * VJ_  The children j of* the public 'school,'  under'the able management'of Mils  Grenfell, prepared a programme for the  closing, which" took place���������on Friday,  June 23rd. ���������     ^"- fi  v H .Williams^ who has been freight  clerk on the Steamer, Kootenay, <��������� has  left to accept a position Ton one of the  Empiess liners sailing ..'to China.  JB very body was: sorry to see Harry go,  but our.best wishes'go with him.     ���������  ,   COMAPLIX.V  ���������> ��������� -      ��������� -- ' ������  -    -, , " "��������� ���������>  -The Bowman Lumber CoWare hav-  ing"the Steamer_Piper rebuilt by Wm.  McKissock. The\vork is progressing  favorably and he\expects to have it  completed,byjthe end of July  J; W. Fairhall, formerly of Coma-  plix, is building a residence at Vancouver, and Mrs. Fairhall will shortly  go to Vancouver to join him._  Thanks to the enterprise of the  Bowman Lumber^ Company Comaplix  is taking on new.Jife, andjthere is knot  a house to be had in the town. Other  buildings are being erected. <��������������� "The  hotels are full.,           , , ,1    '  1 Comaplix has not known Buch prosperity for some time. More families  are coming in, and amongst others  who have settled here is Mr. McKissock, the well known 'boat builder, Jof  Nakusp. ->  '  PINGSTGraEEK  A M. Symons.-of Pingston Creek,  was in the city Wednesday, t He m-  form8_us he is building a ^wagon road  from the"lake toHhe zinc mme.fin  which he-and (Spokaner parties.are  interested.1, Two zinc experts were up  recently;" to examine the. property,  which is--onei,of ������theibiggest mineral  showings on-ithe^continent, and expressed themselves much pleased with  it. A crosscut has been., run on the  lead for 50" feet and yet has only exposed one third of the ore body. The  ore developed in the cross-cut averages  18 per cent zinc.      * i  Mr. Symons is devoting some  attention to fruit growing at his  pretty homestead on the lake shore,  and has 50 trees out He intends  planting out 600 to 700 fruit trees this  fall. He considers the benches along  the Arrow Lakes furnifh ideal spots  for fruit growing, and from his own  experience is satisfied fruit does as  well on the Arrow Lake as in any part  of the province  Mechanics, Farmers, Sportsmen I To heal and soften the skin  and remove grease, oil and rust stains,  pamt and earth, etc , use The "Master  Mechanic's" Tar Soap. Albert Toilet  Soap Co., Mfrs,  f S. GrRobbins"has been appointed to  charge of the commissauat stores at  Revelstoke. <       %   "r i" ������ '''*  ! ,The'C P. R. has lot toTR."Sani8on!a  contiact for filhng^up the site jof ,tho  main line into the new,"station. , .  J The' widow   of Conductor' Savage,1  who'was1 killed in a collision, is.suing  the C.-P. R -for .1.16,000 damages. ^ t ^  I^The new steel steamer^to,' be, built  by,tbeiC.iP.)R.v to run betweenANelsbn  and   Kootenay'-j, Landing * will   cost  $160,000 ,A.   " j'\y,     <*   "*   :  "  |*-By(a collision between. freight and  passenger,train jat ^Baltimore' 23>per-  sons! were instantly skilled and" many  others injured. ������'"   c/\j(   ' ^ A  L'Tvvo' station agents have beenrufired  and   two. despatchers  at-'Revelstoke  suspended for^breach ^of rules in con-  ncction<with.train orders.^!'. ^  {  The.C.rP.'R. are preparing-.to put  through a^big excursion-'of s Washington coirespondentsywhb are due here  July,'10th, "and who may visit'the cave  atjRoss Peak.; (j ' ,', f K ^ ^ A ft'  t^OmTuesday~tli'e engine of jatfreight  train got off-the-rack at a switch at  Carhn siding," but'no damage' wasjdpne  No. 2 wasJj,delayed for three hours t in  'consequence^of the mishapA'^^   -* v  \' Railway traffic'is exceedingly bnsh  thistseason,^and''is/about' double ^what  ltiwas this time last yearAr Even/the  twVtrains a day have^been) unable. to  .handle the increased traffic,and these  trains have had to be run several times  it two sections to keep pace with"it. ;  \ 'Mr. Macdonnell, the'contraVstqr,says  the" construction), of j the^ Spence's  Bridge-Nicola hne'will���������take* nearly^ a  year.' !.Thefcduntry is rough'and'therer  will^be much"-*heavy <rock .'work. ?���������;At'  one point a!*tunnel about'"400"feet long  will be required, and tthe,-linet will be_  expensive to'build. ?">    .' -A  L^UMBERING^.,  '< fThe PentictonsLumberCo. is incorporated with a capital of $10,000. >-  j Sixty'per ^ent^bf the Washington  shingle mills'piopose to"shut down. 11  >, An-1 eastern lumberman > proposes  shipping Bntish1 Columbia railway,ties  to Japan.        , f       ^       , .  E. L. Kmman., proposes adding a  reading engine to his logging plant at  Three Valley.     ^     " i  ' The Mundy Company's plant at  Three Valley wills start operations  about July-lst. " \ . ' > c  ' The revenue of' B. C. from .timber  lands for year ending'June ^ 30, 1905,  will slightly exceed $400,000, $150,000  in excess of estimate. ,  J. A. Kirk is surveying the timber  limits "of the Blaeberryj Lumber 'Co.  near Golden... The company will build  a mill to cut 150,000 feet a day. ,.  1 The Lands-and-Works-department  requires holders of < existing,. tun ber  licenses to make fresh application, accompanied by the������requisite lfee for  expired licenses,"and no "renewal1 will  be granted. ^ t        ,  ;    V mining" notes.--'"  /  C 'J. Rumens, superintendent of the  Prince Mining Company, was in the  city this week and reports the ore body  on the Standard looking as"well as  ever, a width, of 20 feet of ore^ being  maintained  J. C Montgomery returned this week  from Downie Creek where he has been  making a_trail to the copper property  in which" he is J interested with J. I.  Woodrow. ���������>!  are the Best Months,to Make Money Raising, Chickens  Chicles batched then grow more rapidly and require leaa c������ro th������n-i  at any time of year, and tho knack of running the buiinese- sacceasfullyf>  is acquired under tho most favorable circumstances.      ��������� i 7    ���������' > j  One good May or June hatching will bring oat ������,brood1 of chicks  that sell about October 1st for enough to pay for an Incubator and ,  another batch can then be started that will get the chick* out in time_  for'the ChriBtmaai-market.   The next batch will be ready-for the Marcb>  and April market, "broilers" commanding the very higheatiinarket prices, j  A good Jncubator is the foundation of real' success in poultry raising, bringing the whole matter from guesswork to cortainty.    We furnish you with a      i ,, '        t    1 1      v ������������������i     fjj   /  %'  ^  1  ft   'i'  *   i'  11  ,11  f  1  1  1  '  on easy terms.   No cash to pay until November, 1905. " By that time it Bhould hare, paid for? itself ,Cb-.s    j  Pt<-'fy  ���������M-...T > j *.-~ _���������. 1.1.. i.t... .~a <.i.. v������.r.������_ 0f jt 1 Bn is that tho women' folks'or children csri  *  e done. },Hftlf an hour or so a.day is all the time  Nothing,olse raised on a farm pays like this, and th* beauty of it'all is that tho women> folks or children cari  jg ^(^    - ...  retpuicd  ,1 . .  , easily attend to the, very small.amount of work jthere  ������������������   ���������       , - >*��������� ^ p "'(������������������?.  ,       .(Gutting the right Incubator is pretty nearly the whole thing. ������Tho Chatham is the      ,i  h / safest and aurost Incubator made.    It does tho trick ; 100 per cent, hatches every time  "- |  ��������� if tho eggs,nro fertile. KRather,than go into details of construction here, wo will print a   '  > fow out of many hundreds of testimonials:,    ,   , " I  ^A.. a   <"      #     "     l\       . tJ'  1     '    s m j   1 ^      <��������� i       11 v jr     '" ���������  1      'i" \ Brighton, Ont,j April 16th, IMS.    ''     Ull ma vrhor* I could cat ��������� rood pooltrr p4j*r,  ���������om������thlnf|th������t wonld milt % b*gloner. f  i Vouritrulr. i  ������ ' ��������� ' 'B. U. BABAOER, !  K        Box 234. BrlKhton, Ont  P 8 ��������� 1 would rathtr atland to an Incubator than  onahtnnow ������Them la torn* ntiifactlon In knowing  that 11 you look alter them you will get chlcka. j  ,    mod Inentiuid gotogira toputin il, and ail wai <. '���������  " nnxlouiiio gn It Btartedl took all thee(?(ri loould   <     ���������  , Ths Manion Oampbrll Co, i      i    t  L - ' f- - Chatham, Ont. ' ' * i "  ri        (,-������,J1 li '  ���������K Dear Sir,���������I told you when I recolvcd my Inaubator  -������ and Ilroi dor that I would let you know what lucoeaa  11 I h id with in) lint haU.li    When the Incubator ar-  froYn'ihVimrij, and he had onlyienoujrli'i'ol could , ^ _ . Mmm r.mnJnr���������'; ������������%' AP������J,16tb'lM- ^  j,  not |il ktnunovcr ^There were gnmo aniall one. and -     fl>������ ������������n������on Campbell Co^^   a    ^   f  " ?������m������ ������"'-.'nlnV'we'nT; e".���������"l>e',������ wHh on'.0"^?."*I D������' ������r,i-Th. Ip^batoT'that wo puroha������d froo  i1 n?r Innk v.������ >o������i on TK,t I mf 1 <��������� rm <"> lh������ "th Jan. last la certainly a dandr.t On* ,  ..^nfn .hi KKEJ ?.?��������� lollowS th-'ln 4 of a Ko. 1 Inoutator with 83 farttlo agnifcot 78 '  K? into the Incubator and^.followed the In.     ,JchI(,k,n,  and,th��������� ���������B ali ,tror(t an^Eealthy.' I ' %  he \\va Kioi:  10 tlu 1   III  5   fill> I lx e  1    *" Every Incubator we'put'out is tho best kind'of advertising we do, for it sells many others for us,by������its>never-r  ^<f/AAlVA<   if^ngresults.!,,  ; *| . >, -' ,>^ A ^T'A ^VA'a A' i S \tC&r������f% ���������  "    "' itliam ib built on honor,'and^its construction and .workmanship,,���������������������<as;perfecth*sf''  :eof'fifty years and ample capital can make them. ^ v - -       A^ Z ���������kjtf'&TttiAf  -FREE J*  .BOOK. A1  \  > ������-  "A Complete^  Guide,  , * V  to-Poultry '  MProflts.\A  s.   ThoChatliami  'on experience i  r/    '���������- Tho Chatham was tho first Incubator made tttiat, was *good'enough to admit'of its"makers^*  ',<, taking chancos that it would make its cost for the'poultry man before it was paid for.J'j ^HoXj  ? i ft"'  Don't imagine for a moment'that it is any longer possible to make big poultiy.profits-by si  i ''setting hens.   As hatchers hens are as out of date as stone hatchets.    ' ^ %*>, <^, ,"'   __ / ������ir' ^ ^  N  j lylf'these .erraticrnnner^ain birds are'Jkept busy,, egg-lajMg^instcidlof^wasting theirttiUie'j;  1  setting, ths poultry man jnll pocket a good many 'extra dollars in profit"* '_   (,^_    \fi?       !'      *  ,-V r  If you want to get full particulars on the subject and learn all the details'of successful  -If/I  < *$t|  ,<r  i l  nf Si  > -f -I  ^  ^1  l S   fi j    L  \-L.       *       ,J|  If    ^ &. I  CV     ',1^1  '    A-'  T  3l   ,       t j  1 i   ' < p,V  '   I     - w. ''M  i.  'n  yn  ' *>A *A>H-^f  !.<������  I ,  J1 >     ^  r*-,J     ^     "  ' > Incubator hatching and profitable poultry raising send<to-day for our;superbly printodi book,-1  K "fHowr to Make Money Out'of Chioks."   It's FREE. " "  '   "   "  t. Send for it now.  I ���������*'!  i.  \ A" *  n r-  iW  THE1 MANSON, CAMPBELL CO.'? Limited;t v  <^--A  ���������i        !(-<'>>)l,������      \  Dept. 226        CHATHAM, ONT. '>-  ������f f>  A'  ';     "���������^K'-t  ,\ V   I'. *���������        '-   ���������."' J,    \i  *���������        '     '   *   * '      -    ,, ' }'- c "if I        h   ""' '        " l    '/  *Y' ' DistrlbutlnB Warehouses at Montreal, Quo., Brandon, Man , Calgary,, Alta , New ,We*tminst<r, B.C., and Halifax, NS,,h   -  ^      - i    '-r^^  u.        4 ������������������Faotorio8at.CnATnAM,-ONT.,(andDBTiioiT, Mich.   *    "������  ;     ���������"    t       " "j i u >5;     A.  Also Mimifnolurcrs of tho famous CHATHAM FANNING MILLS AND CHATHAM FARM SCALEa >? ^u 15 ii *  it *V14^ i *" ^ *-i ���������*��������� *" L        ���������*���������    it ���������"* I  *,rA'^^ "p&<1  HV Jfj> '  f >      f  pa  -. f  f.& M. ^^ r  'l������4  Hi  in  ^ 'it I  _ ���������   >\<Lvf  LABORS CALL  The supreme courts holds the alien  labor,law, which the dominion government were enforcing against Pere  Marquette railway employes is ultra  vires of parliament and therefore null  and void.  The Western Fuel Company's proposal  for settlement of the Nanaimo miners  strike was voted down.  '' i> >,  One Dollar, Saved   Represents  Ten Dollars Earned.  The average man does not save to  exceed ten per cent, of his earnings.  He must spend nine dollars in living  expenses for every dollar saved. That  being the case he cannot be too careful about unnecessary expenses. '"Very  often a few cents properly invested,  like buying needs for his garden, will  save several dollars outlay later on.  It is the same in buying Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  It costs but a few cents, and a bottle  of it in the house often saves a doctor's  bill of several dollars. For sale by all  druggists.  WHEN YOU WANT A GOOD  OIGAB THINK) OF BROWN'f.  i������������-  '   v,  1 -  ���������Hiaow1' l?he''-0Mt>npliin^- -;  Irt. ���������  3f  .about flour,1 but tKe ^woman^who does the family bakmgr*'V    :.  she Ms, v the one   who .appreciates , Royal   Householdw  Elour���������made  by- the- new - electrical  process���������because A  when she tries it with the' simple "Royal Household*'  recipes she finds it makes .better, sweeter, whiter,, lighter  Bread, 3uns, Rolls, etc.,, and-more crisp, and:delicious   '  Paslry than she ever made before/and she is not afraid  to say so. c -  South Range, Digby Co , N S , November 2ind.  "I want to tell  >ou that Rovat Household Flour is ^  the best I ever used in all my life, and the only kind I will  have as long as I can get it." " "* v  (Signed )       MRS   ALEX. PORTKR.  C  To any-woman sending in name and address to The Ogilvie Flour Mills Co��������� j  Limited, Montreal, and mentionning this paper, these recipes will be sent FREE:  1 P  hit  ���������if  5?  ,1,  When You Want  Night or day,  Ring up Tel. No. 27  Stand at Union Hotel.  J. Ma.McOallum.  The Best Ice Cream  In the City is to be had at  WAH CHUNG'S  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  STRAWBERRIES  $2.25 to $2.50 a Crate  Fresh picked fruit delivered day following order.  J.   SAMSON  Painter. Faperhanger, Sipwriter  K^LSOMINING "DONE.'  Orders receive prompt attention.  Second street,      -     REVELSTOKB  W. A, McDonald  1 PLASTERER & BRICKLAYER -  REVELSTOKE'  The only first-class plasterer in town.  Let me 'know your requirements.   A  Carload of Lime just imported. ^A. Carload of Bnck under order. r
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Si^ns of -
.' that certain ailments:general
debility, dyspepsia, rheumatism,   liver  complaint,   etc.,
r 's - , i       need attention.
'r ��% There isn't-anything better '
"    c ' * >
'    than  a   bottle   of   our  own ���   ���
j* ^ i . r .
;:,���   Tonic
Made^ of the best drugs and
'-,     ( carefully compounded.
<dniy$l for a Big Bottle
'*    MARRIED.    k     V-
Pettipiece ��� Ho.vkwooj> ��� At Vancouver, on Tuesday, Juno 20th, by
J8 Rev. C.'Ladncr, John II Pettipieco,
?'~ of'Revelsttike, to Beryl Homcwood,
of Vancouver.      ' '      '"
Andekson'���Ward ���At   Calgary,   on
A% 'Monday* June' 19th, 0. Anderson
*"rl to Minnie'Wnrd, both of Revelstoke.
AAA     VBORN."    -
McIntosh���At Revelstoke, on Saturday, June 17th, to Mi. and Mrs. N
. ' .Mcintosh, twin daughters. -    -���,*$'
NicholI/^���At Revelstoke, on Thursday,'
' June 15th, to Mr. and Mrs.  David
' , *Nicholl, twin sons.1; '   fJ,   !
Cashato���At Revelstoke, on Tuesday,
^   < June 20th^ to Mr. and Mrs 'Julius
��� ,iCashato* a daughter.     '.   f"   f }
Local and General.
<-     Vancouver had a potato famine this
week.'    ' ���*<','
f There   is. considerable demand  for
city lots.* ^ v     "" w     ,{,~   J -      i,  ,  '
...Butlaloeajare to be added to Stanley
Park, Vancouver.      .   '    ,,.   \"~'^l*>
i _ No.J LFire Brigade is"doing splendid
Work holding frequent practices.' ���   . rf
. y  H. Brundrett haB sold  hiSihouse'on
i Fourth street to.E. Kimberley.  ���,    "
<^' A Norwegian boy, aged 16, confessed
to.theiinurder of'John Whittaker/ a
farmer at Neelby, Ass.
'. The  city _ school closed yeaterday,
'iWhen^the  members of sthe teaching
staff'received handsome'and appiopri-
1 ate presentsrfrom the pupils.    .
':' On Thursday H Marvimvas brought
into the1 hospital, -suffering^ from,vin-
ijuries sustained by a fall fiom a snow-
. stied.'_ ...>_, ., . ,   - .',  ,",     ���  ',. ".
_,, ���C. H Gibbons, news editor of' the
��� Colonist, , shot   a   Vancouver   man,
named Meacredy, in a  fit of jealousy,
o'ver Macredv's attention to his wife".
During the week the entrance examinations for Revelstoke school have
been conducted under the supei vision
of C. B Sissons, of the high school!"
Mails by the Allan   line Virginian
reached  Montreal six   days   and   17
hours from tlie time she received the-ti
and quicker'by hours  than^the same
mails could reach via New York.
���      The vote lbn   the bylaw to  boi row
$20,000 for impioveaienfc on water and
light plant was taken   on Wednesday,
when 87 votes weie recorded  for the
bylaw and 43 votes against'   The bylaw was therefore carried. .,   <- ,.
The funeral took place at Kamloops
of Charles Billings, brother of Mrs. J.
R. Vicars, of that city, and John Billings,   of   Nelson,   who died at New
Westminister ,on   Satuidaj    from    a
stroke of paralysis, aged 38 years ���
"Cougars are' exceptionally plentiful
at Fire Valley  this year.   Mr. O.ds
recently killed  two __ that" have been
giving^ considerable   trouble..   About
six days' ago Mr. Olds killed another
cougar, and so he is well supplied with
cougar hides.           _
The Outcrop says "The eagle 'shot
by little Ed. Harrison has been mounted by H W. Edwards, th<- Revelstoke
taxadermist, and is now to be seen at
The Outcrop office. The woik is well
done, and the bird is admired bv all
who see it."-
Hon. Chas. Hymanieceived ovei 250
congiatulatoiy telegrams on his election. One of the biightest was from
W. A. Gallihci, M.'P. for Kootenay,
Biitish Columbia, who ' wired tlie
following- "It mined hmd licie, but
in London it was onlyaGiuy missed."
11. it. Stonox has built liinibelf an
ingenious ekctiic fan motor, which lie
operates by a bichiomatc battciy of
two cells. It work's splendidly and is
a neat piece of woik. With moie ec,k
it would dcvolop enough power to
drive a sewing or othoi small machine.
Next month tlie Revolstoko scliool
will enter tho second grado, when live
tiustees will be lipc'cssary. It is nor
yet known whether the'present boaid
will letire and a full boaid be elected,
or whether the election willbo limited
to the'two memberb required to com
plete the board. , ' i        '
I An otter of $26,000 'was made and
refused for the A. L Foitune riiiich'"iit
Enderby. ��� Tins is ono of the oldest
ranches'in theftvallcy. It was taken
up 30 years ago by Mr.'Fortune.1 ���' He
asks ifiUOjOOO for it. Mi. Fortune is one
of tho pionears of the placer clays in
thoiBend.  !   '    ,   >, >\ 7 r ,
Orders woio i6sued by tho Attorney
General for tho airef|iiof E. O. Malins1,
deputy <rcgistiar, >}$& Westminster,
on the charge of having issued false
natuiali/ation L papers. l He issued
papers and put the court soal on them
though they nover went through? the
court and pocketed a fee of &5 each."1
The O. P. It. has givon lound trip
tickets fiom' Rossland <to' Halcyon
good from'Friday to Monday, or,30
days, at reduced .rates. 'The same
previlegesi should i be , extended to
Revelstoke and other main line'points
good foi both Halcyon" and St. Leon,'
and wouWdraw' huge traflic to these'
populai rc'soits.        * ,"
As'showing the extent to which the
fruit growing1 industry has developed
on tho lower Arrow Lake,< Kootenay
River Valley and" Kootenay" Lake, a
Nelson fruit growei is now able to ship
strawberries by^the carload**to Winnipeg , The,same* thing can bo clone at
Reveletoke in a few years if the settlers
will take up^ fruit-growing, and some
of our merchants will take up oiganis-
ing the,market. , , i -     ,"    "
-r We aie glad to be able > to leport
signs of activity in settlement of the,,
idnd.near Revelstoke., Already twenty
settlers,have taken up holdings on the
west bank of.th'e Columbia river below
Revelstoke,, and somerJarc bringing
their families out.' The land is des-
cribod ^ as 'containing, rich ^ldei
bottoms, is w'ell watered, ���and "easily
cleared. < D'Nicblip.who was the first
to locate there, 1ms built ii'ioiid to his
pioperty from theeroadi at. the brick
kiln ��� on the Tumwata," and lins con--
siderable'crop in. - '> < , ���''.'. ' "
_ '
the gioundsr during the evening, and
about JiilOO vvi-'rp taken in ut tlie gate
and the various si alls.        '       '       [
Tlie' Peciless ' Enteitainment 'Co
gave a very ontcioiting ciiieitninmcnt
on Thursday even ing in St. Andrew's
church. The church was well filled,
both old and young enjoying both the
lecture and viewh displayed. ,*     '
dipt. A. C. Ciirow, of Vernon, belongs to a family of,gient antiquity in
.;cvon and Cornwall, and a baronetcy
was con fen od on tho he id of the family
n 16(51 Capt Cinow is a letned
cotiimiindoi in the navy, and giandson
of the7ih baronet.
Cipt Foote, lelntive of Aid Foote,
stopped oil at Revelstoke, accompanied
by his wife, on his way east. Captain
l',ootc is letuining oveiland from the
Phillipine Islands, vvheie he, hud the
misfortune to be shirmrccked, softer
ing the loss of his ship. ,,     i
il A quiet but very pietty wedding
took place at the' Chinch of the Re-
deempi, Calgaiy, Tuesday, when Bight
Rev. Demi , Paget,united in nianiage
Miss Minnie A. Waul, second duughtei
of J. Wind of Owen Sound,' and Allan
Y. Anderson of Revelstoke. The bride
woie a'handsome tiavtlling suit* of
seal blown cloth 'with hat to match,
and a gold watch and chain rwith
diamond setting, the gift of the groom,
and earned a whito pruyei book. She
vvas attended by hei sistci Miss Pearl
Wind.'' After tho ceremony they repaired to the' lesidencc of heij uncle,
J. W. Clarke, 130; Fifth oyemie'cast,
where luncheon was sorved. The
biide was the'iecipient of many handsome presents. . They left on the Limited for the coast. On their ioturn
they will(,take up their lesidencc 'in
Revelstoke.       k
Business Locals.
SociaP & Personal.
_,-.. -'-, * "jz. 'r - -,'t"', -' ���
i.' J. D. Sibbald went"to-Calgary Wed-
nesday. -.' :,  r. ,"���,.*
"-MisB Mackenzie, of Calgary, is visit-
ing'Miss'Foote/ ' \- -'     '-���.-.'���
T. Taylor," M.P.P., returned from'the
south Tuesday. ��� '     -       *'',.      l-
- DrrMorrison1 is paying a professional visit at-Airow-head/.'; ��{���(-*'���'''
k r." jt ��������� ti    '    ���,  * ,(. -���* ��� ���'  s  v.
(1tr    Lenibke,. eity-^elcctrician,   has
gone to the Portland Fan. ,   <
.. R. Taggart, of > Mis. George'st stoic,
is very ill with typhoid fever. i
L Mrs Elson and Miss Dent leave this
week on a tiip to Ontario.   -'" '       .   "
L. E. Beck,~foimerly foreman'of the
Eva mine, has settled at Greenw ood   '
Mrs. T. J. Lawience has gone to
Summeiville, P.E I., on a visit to relatives
- G. M. Spioat and A. S. Farvvell
are in the city this week on tonnsite
Wi" have nlvvfiys made u
speci.iltv cif Ppifumi'!., and
wm imu li.ivc ont- of thf
lii".| M-I>'ii>ri stocks in lhe
comiliv.        ....
Garland of Roses (Palmers)
Fleur de Armour
Violette Merveille.
These aru thifH exquisite
odors, two of which iin'nn-
���tin>ly new in town. You
need only to h.ive one smell
to he convinced of the
quality.    Smells me free.
*r IV
Drug Company.
Prices as low as quality will peimit
The pupils of the high school were
entertained to day by. Mr. Sissons at a
picnic at Willianisoh's'laKe."  "^"""   7
?. E Wilson, of Xelson, and F
Billings, of Vernon, are likely to be
appointed county court judges
Mr. Simmons, C P.R engineer, and
wife, of'Kat Portage, aie on a visit to
Revelstoke, tlie guests of Engineer and
Mis. Gibson. , '
Don't miss the Union Sunday-
School Exclusion to Albert Canyon
on July 4th. Return fare, adults $1.
cliildren 25c.
Law n Social, Rectory Grounds, Tuesday, June 27th, under -the auspices of
the Ladies Guild Band in attendance    Admission 10c. ���
* If the 3teamer Revelstoke is avail-
ible the Band intends running an et-
cuiiion Horn Revelstoke to Arrowhead
on Dominion Day, Julj 1st
Theodore Ludgate, managing director of the Big Bend Lumber company,
left Saturday on a business trip to
Winnipeg, returning jesterday.
The many friends in Revelstoke of
Mrs A McNab will be glad to leain
that she is recovering from "an illness
extending over the past two months.
Mius Frascr and Miss Dent are leaving the te.iclnng st.ilt of the city
school. Mi��e ruiMsr intends taking n
position at the Westminster School
W Ff. McCormick, of Kamlonp-i
and M R. Porter, of Ann is, hnve been
Hppointcd commi����ioners to tnkp
affidavits of applicants for registration
on the voters lists
The marriage of Miss Flomcwood
and J. H Pettipiecc was celebrated at
Vancouver Tuesday, and they went to
Victoria for the honeymoon, returning
shortlv to Revelstoke.
C. B. L. Lefroy, of Vernon, left
Tuesday for Toronto, wheic ho will
meet his hnde, Miss Ellis, and be
married on July 3rd fie docs not
expect to return to the Okanagan
before August
N. II. Caesar, of Okanagan Landing,
and formerly of McCullough Creek,
loft Tuesday for Winnipeg, where he
expects to be married. He will then
spend some time on a honeymoon trip
to the old country.
A successful strawberry festival ^was
held in the St. Andrew's Manse
grounds Monday Music was furnished
by Mrs. Lumb, Messrs. Doyle and
Hooley, and the Revelstoke Independent Band.   About 200 peoplo visited
,  For  youi   ICE  supply  leave your
orders with J'C. Hutchison >    ", v ,!
'  Get prices on Globe-Wei iiicke Book
'Cases at How sons." ���   j   ��
^o> <. *->' ���*j    *   -*        '       ^ * i i   **
'? Leonard cleanable Refrigeiatois and
White Mountain Free/era are the best.
���Bourne BrosA ""    '' �� ���>  ~
Pnvate funds to Joan on real estate
security, Apply to Scott 'and'Bnggs,
Banisters, Revelstoke, B. C. \    . ',
^ ...
- GoiCarts at reduced prices, at How-
son's Fuinituie Store.   , - f.   - ' i
\Yhen you want ICE toll Hutchison
and youvvill get it in quick ordei/
'Finishing "dorieL for -amateurf on
short'notice at R. H. Trucmaii's ' udio
Revelstoke, B. C. ,�� ���- ������>,^
E. Adaupis vat the   Coast pushing
tlie sale of this stump-burning device.
Large hue Caipets, 'Floor'Oil,  Linoleums-^ and   'Mattings   at   Howson's
Furniture Stoie.      >     ^ ''      ,    >   ", t
\ Firbtclass ^supply of^. ICE >vinay_ .be
had from JrC.' Hutchison.'      "    "A
I -        I   ^ .        -     r * kl   * *   ^      I    '"
fS McMahotj is running his carriage
building,'.plant^by^a 'pelton wheel,
opeiatec^by the city water supply, and
finds'it a great'success. ������ ��V '
Saturday __ next, Tulylst. Being u
public^ holiday -the JvOoitnay' Mail
will^be publislied'on Fiulay, June 30"
We lequestadveitiscis to let us have
their notices in time      '  *   ; '
Family Ileiuld and Weekly Stai
and Kootenay Mail all to endvof'1905
for, $1.50 * Send in "your'suhsuiiption
.is'soon as jiossible and g��t the best
nevvspapei value ever offered �� Addiess
The Kooti vay Mau, Revelstoke,"B C.
The Lawrence Hardwaie Company
o>ving to the growth of their business,
are now running their ,own delivery
vv agon~��The vehicle was built'liy S.
McMahon.'and is a credit to focal
Miss Agnes Ilelme. Lite of the
Drysdale-tjtevenson Ltd , Vancouvei,
i8",taking charge of Mrs. -George's
dresomaking department. She is a
thoroughly capable and experienced
dressmaker, so the public may be buje
that any .work given to Miss Helme
will-be executed in the most modern
and approved fashion.
'Tho Master Mechanic a Pure Tm Soap heals
ind softoiM the okln, while mompU> cleansing
Hot KreaHO, oil,'runt, etc Invaluable for mo'
clmnicB.'fiirnieiH, upoiLkiiitn 'l"ruo mvinploof
uceiptof 2o. foi poHtago., Albeit Toilet Soap
Co., inanufnotiiieiK. Monlronl
t .       ( i    -.    ', *   i>
VTOTIOi: is horoln given Unit, 30 days aftor
JLl date, we hiUiid to apjily U> tho Chiof (Jom-
iiiis&ionor of Lands mid Works for u special
litouso to cut ,iiik1 enrrj uwuj limbor from tho
followitiK do<;criljc(l lauds in VVofct Kootomi)
���' Coimnenclnjr ill a po��t niai Iced "II. 11. L. Co'n
northwcHtcoinui planted on UiecastHldoofFish
Hlver, about thieuiuid a half miles from Jicuton
on tho (Jnmbomu load, thence,oast 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence weHt SO cliainu,
thenco noith SOdialiiH to tho placo of com-
Dated thls2irddaj of Juno, 1005.1,-j . '
Corporation of the City of ',-
��� ':' ('  ,   ��� Revelstoke. ,���    (
Tendors are ' renuehted , for tho work of
uuitlier-Doaidiiig and , puiniiug outside of the
power house and bhunjlinu iiujoiuing black-
sinlth shop, all iiialouali supplied on giound
by tho city. , ���<.     1
; i'ull puiliculaiH uin bo obtained at Citj
oleik s olllco after li noon on Monday tho 'At li
inst  .���  ,      . i
ToiideiB to roach tho undersigned by noon on
JMiduy, June 30,1005. .
June 2l, 1IKJ5
H.'FLOYD, ���
(Jlty Clerk.
Tenders Wanted
,. TENDERa will be leceived by' tho
undesigned up, to July 3rd for tho
painting of vvoikmen's cottages and
other buildmira 'being erected for
Canadian Pacific Railway Co. For full
particulars apply, to *. 'i   .    w,'
'.;-H - ���    J.1 KERNAGHAJST.
Tenders Wanted
i1 Sunday .Dinners.
A specialty will 1)0'made   of  Sunday
dinneis at the Union Hotel. Price 50c.
,        / has reopened a      '    '
1 on McKenzie'A'venue.i     i
Open Day andNight.' First-ClassService"
Clocks! Clocks!
8:Day, Half Houi   Stiiko,-, for
fi.OO only.r' Limited Number.
J; Guy Barber
' Richard R. Cppeland
<a <v ~ ���"--::
Mantleh, Shelving, Fly Screens, et  t
1 '        i "     '   '   '' ' '     '
i ,��   i i' .,   i   ?
' Jobbing'Promptly. Attended W
r- s'.;��� .>A^:', i.  Ai ^.>r";
Thud Street East, -'Revelstoke
, "    '-' ' i      w   812te*    -      -�� ' \,'
".">,'!, i       >r
' Tendeis are asked for the grading'of
the'RiiceTi.tck and tor-the grubbing
and clearing ot centio/' Specifications
may be seun <it the office of the. Association, Cowan block, tiom Satuiday",
2-Uh ins^until Ftiday, 30lh. ��,,s[.'
The lowest'or any tender not nec-
cesiatily ueti'pted. .*
' ~" " H. COOK, SkcbeVary, /" .<
1   'r      j}   Revelstoke Tuif'Assosciantion.
i% u
,Ovv ing to the darge increase in
our Bakery Business we have been
obligedito'do away with* all  old- ,
time   methods(,vand.   instal' new,
Lmachineiy ^Qf   the   latest    type,* .
' which placeslW.m iAposition,to /
f cope .with ahy,like concein in the  ,
- province.,.- ../ . - ,���   j ���>  ,.;.   .--
Call 'anllnsjpect Our Goods. \ '
X Swell ,Assortment'to Choose %
from. Satisfaction "Guaranteed:
.    j      a " ��    * "i*    f *���>, f       *    ' ;
' ���   Jr O. Moigan will op'en his'-' "'
'ri'   "A   jiievv Barber Shop," C' ,1 ������ 7'
On Monddy,vMay 1st./ Old Customers
and new can depend on' receiving the
best attention.   i> st   j-," -     '     _'
'   . 1 -'.* ">-....'        3    ui. <���<'    s '"
*-' Boots and'Shoes1/ A> q
- Men's Furnishings^ '^A
' AReady-Made Clothing!'
.'-;., ..'.i,
Knox���Rev. W. Sin ons, who is an
excellent preacher, will conduct the
-eivi(.e.t on Sunday ,id 11 .1 m. and
7 30 p  ni
St. Andrew'*���Morning service 11 a
m., evening service 7 30 p, in (
On buiidny pvi-innif .1 duet vvifHiiiig
b> Mr H. Cooke and Mis^ Cn.iki', ilu��
beiiiw tne Inst occasinn on ivliu-h *.[i,.*.
Cooke had sung in public.
Mcthodi��t���."ustor, Uov. C. II M.
Suthcil nul kMnriiiiij; <ul>ji<t "Thu
A11-Kill ncs- of (.IIiii-i " Tin- im mix 1*
of the local lodge Can.idi.iii Older of
Woodmen of th�� World will mutch to
the chincli in 11 hod3 >uul join in tin-
service where an .ippropi late leinion
will be pie.iched by the pastor. An
them by thecboir "Let Alt. Zion rejoice," solo ' by Mis Crcelmnn, "O,
Happy Day " Striinj;ers arc cordl.tlly
invited to thee servicer. ,
Loeal '^Ageht   Wanted
������-,_'     .- AT^NOE'FOR '-
" Canada's Greatest Nurseries/'
For-the town < of 'Revelstoke     (
and    ' suiioundiiig    "country,     *
which will bp'reseived  for the
iightni.in.    Start now .it^the '
'     best'telling hpason, mid handle,-'
,   om   NEW SPECIALTIES on,
'    , fort p in icul.us,  mid  send 25c     1
foi out handsome * -
Aluminum' Pocket'   Mieposrope,
(.1 htth' crem) useful to
Firmopi in oxiimmiiig hei'tls and grains,
CJrctiardists      ���' trech for insects,
Gardeners        " plantf, for insects
rciLhen1 and Scholars 111 stud} ing botany, and
Kvcryuodj in a hundred dillurcnt wajs
... Konthill Ntmeries [ovu 800 acreM
TORONTO .   .,     .       ONTARIO
W m.; F1 e m in g,-
1 1
...���Wholosalo and Rotatl
: ,Me'attr'fflepehaiit;A;
, hV~
lAr- ,
Fish ' and ' Game   in "^Season
- First'St.", Revelstoke.'
BevfilstoKe Bestaiirant
Mrs". II. J.'Hanbury,.Managress.����
First-Class TableA' - "'   "'f��il
'  -   -, ,    Private Dining Boxes.
' Largo Diniugrooni for
iy ���      ^Bunquots, Suppors, oto
FurhishVd Rooms To''Let.
A,^E:W/B:Paget;vProp.    ,
1 1C,  $ 1  f !<���        ,  4 ,     *    'V '"   Y '
��� Prompt "deli very pi parcels/baggage,
etc., to any part of tne City.'^mA*     '
.Any Kind,of Transfeppipi";<r
- i'   Undertaken.^ -   A
'������>." rTELEPHONE JNO. 7.
THAT Yo^r ^4'F^re '<
1    ^    'Your Milk, Is Clean
TO A V Y?F ,Mi,k ls Frfe.
lllill' of ^Preservatives'';'
InAI Order.ItFrom- ''
1   it    -./   jr- 1-
,TO  us^.willAinsure ( A\
DRIVER.' "A <"">'" /    -   -'
> T^ATXEWIS;' Proprietor. *
,'       THE    .1
Licensed    -       * "��� Ri'Ristei ed.'
' CALGARY/ALTA.       -.'   1
Gfro. McLean,   -oMun.iu;ei'.-
]        "_ KoyalMall Lines.  "    ._    >-'
'Cheapest Ronto to "the Old Country.
ALLAN" LINK���Prom Montreal.      ^
Virg.niin '  . .       . . j11I10 93
Tuntolan , jllm. M
Victormn .   . "... July 7
B{j\.iriftii    .'.   .Tulyll
CAN. PAC. ATLANTIC S. S -Krom jrontronl
ilontro->e   ...   June'I
Tjake Michigan   . .                ... July 1
Mount Tcmplu , Jul} 22
DOMINION UNF-h-rom Montreal.
KonsinBton   .   . Jiinp"!
Cnn,ulR.        . . jujj"!
^outhmird fU]j g
Dominion ... .    '      Julyl.,
AMERICAN LINE���Kioin Now York.
r'hlliKlelphm .     .     %, . ;���i,U2l
r.1 Fl1"' ,��� ���      - ��� Jul} 1
JV" ^?rk         iuiv8
bt. Unls ... , j���|v ,,
W-HirKSI'AU I.IMC-hron. \f v, York.
teutonic June 21
Oceanic       .    |,||i  -,
.Mnjchttb    .      .     * . . .     .. Jul}  12
< ulrfc     - . .  . .lull 1>I
f'L'N'ARI) LlNK->'min St.* V. ilt.
Klnina      . .   . . Juiir 21
f iiinpiiiim . . In y I
Lmhriu July 8
uiMliim.     . , .   ,. JU|y |J
I'lbwuixuri (.li keful Uirou^ti ui all pnrlH of
lliujl Driwlii and IrulHiid.uiiil at rfptoially low
���n.u*Ut all part* of the Kuiopoan contlfn-iit.
Vuyly to neariai railway or ctutMiHhip axent 01
r.   W. BRADSHAW. Agont,   RovoUtoko
W. P   F   CUIWMIN03,   Paolflo   Atfant
ed qn^short notice.
Office: Room 5, Burns Block. ^
P. O.Box S10, O.ilg.iry. AIU." i
Jas. I. WoodfiEiw,
Retail Dealer ln^ rtrrrmsg*     1
Fish and Game in Season.
A ' All orders promptly filled.
REVELSTOKE,   B.   C,   andlCiiig^lrcctt
��� .   obtained In all nn
. Trademarks
and Copyright*   ,-
obtained In all countilce. '  - - ,
r   ,. Registered Patent Attorney ]   1
( t     Mechanical Attonio} and Engineer.
Room 3, KairHold.l3lock, Gmnvillo st,., near P.6
'    ">i!>   VANCOUVER,,.B/C. ,   ..;   .  , f
A5postcard,will,Be'ouro an ovenlngappoint
lent for those who cannot call during tho day Y
To Wrappers
s.        1      t    ���' -      7-    *
Raw Purs Bought  *\   -
> " 'i Cash Prices'Paia^
\^>:Exporter'^f-FurSy   v
In the Supreme Court vof the North-^'"
A west .Territories 'Judicial "District of A
Western Assiniboia.
I.V.'TiriC  MATJ'KU  OF  TUB   J5STATJG' 01\-'       t
"\ 'John 11. jwhhikr deoimskd.    < '  ���'
)v-y    I       ill -[��� ���  ���     ',', ,       , ��)!���
PURSUANT totheorderof Llio IIoiimabloMi.   -?
��� Juutico New lando mado herein on the uth day
^of Jmio.llWJ   ,-���.,��,��� /,'.&,' ,1.*
\ TAKK-NOTICE that each 'creditor, of tho^ ��  ��
iiboi, e eatato iu itijucHltd to send in to tho 1111.   '   ,
doi8iKiiLdtoii 01 .boforoHho.thiitylli'fltday o��,   --
Jul}, im. a detailed,HUileniont of Ins claim!.'    .. ?
against/tho' said tbtute together with a BUito    1.
inoiit ol tho Boourity (if any) beld\>b}  him, nuid 1 ' *\
Htatements to be vcrillcd Ly statutor} dtcliirii- ,
tioil   1- I f  V>     f     j,       1       j <��.     "i, j   ��l'   r    1^
l", Datcd"a(,'Reglna thlb sixth dayjoi^J line', 1005. , ''���"
V^'^'Ai'^ Fl-W O-HAULTAIN. 4 1.
V'n��*��r ' ''Advocate foi AdiuiniHtrutbiV �� ^
A   9jjjo21   ���   ,,.     ��   7 Ittgimi, N/W. T. ���.*'A'- ". 1
'4 '>>%
NOTICE IS HBUEBY GIVKN that thlity    ,
.days after dato'I-intond toappl} to tli3,r
ohiof Coniniibnioiioi of L.ux1h and Works for a
spceml license to out and carry awaytunbor' ,\
fioni   the  following. dcbLilbed lands In West<-.*
Kootoiui} distnot  ���,   ^*���/(*ik��,^'  *>���-   ^
'""   "  A'" '   Nuinboi Ono. S"''rf"'* AfA   Jr'
-  Conimenoingata'pobt'planlodviieai lio}d's"-'
111m.l1 on UioColuuibiRiivoi and marked 'Big 1  ,
BlikI   LiiiubLi iCoiuiHiii} a-South west coinei *
pobt,, I hence 1101 th 1WI chains,  tlionco eaht iii"-'
chamc, thence south 100 chains,' thenco wcst'iu
cluiins topointotcoinincnccniont. *        *    ,><
���5'^'*'   '*'"~^*   Numboi Two.'     *,' f   'v,(''
^Commencing at a pobt plan ted .noar Bjjd'sf
ranch about one halt 1111I0 liom lliopColunibiii    *.
ii\ci   and  inaikoar"iliK, Hcnd tiiunbtr Ooui
pun} b ���souih wcet couici post," thenco oiibt i>0'
cluuiib, thenco noith-i>0  chaiiih,,thence Most    "���    -.    ,-���
Jill cliain-,, thenco ;Houth SU.chains 10 point  ot   ' 'I
conimoiicenient. .<-^;A    n<*��.i.S .    -��� ���.      <     .i. <l
1"  ���"-h  '/^Nimibei Tin to*"   > l .-      i ��>S     .   s?  "'J
Commoiicing at appose planted on thoKoy- P
sLono luiil   ncai   Jio}as  lanoh,   abuut  throe-
iiuaileis of a mile fiom tho Columbia liver and ('^
inaikcd 'llig liend Uimbct^Coinpuii} b bouth    t
\Vv"t, coinei   post,", thence" north  1WI chains.   >���
thence cast 10 cliiuriK, thenco south-1W) chalus,   -     ,   ,-     1
thence wosD^chaiiib.to poinf oFcommencc- t,  4 .��� > '
IllLIlt.       ,--ti    '   %^1.    ^r>il    ��� ���      i���   ..       ��''���      ��i��   t\
'-     ,.,> Number If our. ' *v,-x''iu*f?'i '   *i    ' '   4
(omincnclng at a post planted about ono half   " ""
mileiwobt of the wost bank of'Columbia rlv-or
on the woht boundary of fjohn Melaon's ranch?
and, <maikod<.���Milg';jHend1.J,iimber.Company's
~; It should be fceme^ia mind thatt
every c��ld Tveatcas the lnaga, low-'
ers .the vitality and prepared ^the ,
.. system for the more eericas diseases, among which are the" twe'
greatest destroyers *f hnmaa'life,.
ipneumonia and consumption.
Tlie iMontreal Stai aays of the .innufil
statement of five Can.idMn banks jmb
hslied liist week tlie Imjienul v,u,t> the
only one that shows net proiitu in ex
cesi of  the previous ye 1 r
A branch (if the rinperi.il Rank hns
been opcnid at New Liskotnl, Out.
Buyv It Now.
Now ib the time to buy Clumber-
Kiin a Colic, Cliolei.i and Di.irrhoea
Keniedy. It is curtiiin to be needed
sooner or Inter and when that tune
(omesyou will need itb.i'liy���3011 will
< etd it quickly. I5u? it now.^ It miiy
save life.   Foi sale by all druggists,-
Cough Remedy ^
hat Von its peat popnkriry by its
prompt cures of this m^st oomaton
ailment. It aids expectoratUsa, re-,"
Ucves"thc lungs and opens tlw
secretions, effecting a apecdy'smd
permanent core. , It\vcoaatencts
any tendency toward ptratunooia.    J
Price 25c, Largo Sixe 50c.
and Miners.     articles:
Solid leather 9  in.
;' made
Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods. ^,
The best assortment 'ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful . and     ornamental-
,. --    ������ ,~   Company's
aputh east coiner post,' thenco north 1W Uminj
��� henee woat ill chains, thence south 100'chains.'
Uiuico oust 10 chains lo point of commenoe- <���
incut. ���--*���-'-<- .*;/i'j" ,'n.l' v >. Zt<
���J3Uj>lj  --   Big UENU LUMBER COrirtp* ' '
-VrOTIWC IS,HhREBy GIVKN-thit, thirty A'
JLl. ciii)b allci date, Inilenil toapph^to tho:^
OlueCConiiiiihhioiicrot Lands and VVoiks torn ,
Mpceial.license to cut- ajii cany awa> tinibeii .
I10111 tlio following dcfaciibedHandfliiiNoith-
east^v.ootenaj dihtiict       * ���>��� > jf-   ,   -   *
* "fj       .,i\" Number One     '. A- "- * * f "���  '
1 Coln"lt-��?l"t,at'|M)ostinaikcd "D.M.Mnefar-
lanoh N. W. coiner post," and planted one mile -
south of Columbia mei,about live nulooabovo
mouth of Canoo ji\ cr, thence bouth SO chains,   '
theneo east SO chains, thence noith80 chains
thenco  west SO chains  to tho placo of com-
nienceinoi t 1       ,_ \
,"���>   -     ��" Number Tuo. ^v "'���>   <
CommcnciiiB at 11 post maiked "D.M Macfar-"'
liinob  N. Il,  couici post," and planted at D. M.
Mncrailaiiob N. VV,. cornel   post, thence south ���'
80ciiuiii"tieiicoue8li�� chains, Ihonco'north
SO chanib, thence ease SO chains to  the placo ot
commencement. ��       -     -    ���>       ' "T
-���~>-       ��i��Numbor Thico f'    "
Comiiiencing at a post mai ked "D M. Macfar-"   '
lanes N.>\\. coiner post," and plan ted J two r ,
miles west of D M.-Macfailanes N   B. corner
post,  thence south SO chains, thenco east 811 '
chains, thenco noith 80 chains, thenco westfcO '
i1"i"is t0 i'10 P1,l0�� otjsoinmenocinoiit.t
,   " :       Number Four.    1    <��� ""       '���*
CommonciiiB at a post marked "D M, Mac '
&!!1,i"0SrN'iK,C0,5,01 ')0bt'' luid Planted at D -~
M .M^farianos N.  W. coiner, post,   thence
noith   80 chains, thenco east 80 chains to tho
place of commencement. ~ ^ /     jl 1    ���
,���^    >-i       -   Numbei Flvo.   *.       >- ��    ���
CommenciiiBata post mai ked.' 'D. M. Mac-
farlanc'sS VVvJ coiner post,'iand planted at D.
M Macfailane'sN.E. corner post, thence north -
80 e iamb, thence cast SO chams, thenco bouth
80 elniins, thence west 80 chains to the place of
commencement. -   I . ."
Dated this 2bth daj of May, 190��.     '      -
\9ISjj3      \-' d, M. MACli'AHLANK. "   "
���H. 11.
, 1 ^v
- Al'i
" ���     Mower PotH
Umbrolla Stands
Lunch Baskets
Smoking Jackets
Silk Goods.
I inci-tbtoi k 'if oiuiciles nnd fiults in town
Front Street, Revelstoke
Tea soi \ices
Cane fJh^irs
ti- days after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissionei of Lands and Works for a
special licenso to out and carry away timber
fiom tho folio wine- desenbed lands in West
K-ootc^iay District ���_^ , _".
" " Number Ono. 1-
Commencing at a post marked "J. M ICollio's
S. \V coinei pp^t. and planted on 'ho cast
bank of Columbia mor about two miles, below
Maloney creek, thence north loo chains, thence
east 10 ohnins, thence south 100 ehainn. tl oncn <
west JO chains to the placo of commencement
Numbei Two.
1.. 1������> i- ���-...or,  about  threo miles
below Malonoj cicek, thenco north IM chains,
thence west 0 chains, thence south'160 chains
ment �� C l�� th�� ,,lllco ot cominen90:
' Dated this 20th dixy ot May, lOO.'i. '" ',      '   t
038jy.l J. M. KKLLIE.
Commoiicing at a pobt marked J. M. Kcllle'n
&,,,tnCF0Ii"cir V^W  nnd P^tcd onthewe-st
bank of  Columbia  rnor,   about   threo mil���.
Arastrong Meat Market
FOR SALE���A Pool  T,iWe.    Apply
to   F.   O.   Bowiruin,   llfVi-\HU>ki-
(710B SA LB CflKAP-LMdy'H Riej elf
1< in good condition. Apply to J.
Bull, Douglas Struct. 917
WANTK 6 -G11 f 7fTr~Ti7neTf~i"y" ~>7m)
othi r   light   work   in ptiuting
olTlcc,    Apply to Koofumiy riiit.il office
WANTED ���Position <ih UOUHK-
KPJKPEn, would not oh|c<l lo
gonifron ii lunch ���Apply Kooi'icvay
MajlOITJci'.   ��� ph
W-ANTJil) KNOWN-AII kiuclK of
loose leal: iictount hooks, en id
indcxuu, iindhpLiiuI ruled, pirfomlcd
in piinclivd pi'peiHinav liu olitiilricd ut
the Kooiknay Mail Fnnliuyr 0��lcc,
or Prospectorfo' JJoots
with outside counteiH^ wfiter-
proof cliromc gr.un leg, Ipest
veal kip, V vainpjind full bol-
Jowe tongue to tho top; a broad
too last with double sole and
slip, Klondike eyelets and
hooks. Practically indestructible. For sale by all good
dealers. " '
Manufactured by
liibt-clHSSfeiipphesof Beef, Mutton,
1 oik, Small Goods and bupplieb shipped to any p.n t of the countiy.
Oiden. Uiken for young pigs hix
weeks old and upwards.
Mail ordeis piomptly attended to.
George Murray, Proprietor
Armstrong, B, C,
,V,'dnysnftordnto J intend to apply to the
Ohlot ftomniissioiii r of Lands and AVorktf for n.
special liconhc to cut and carry away timber
iK!l! fI'�� i��il0.,VnK <i<-8crlbed lands in Kast
Kootenay distrlot ������     c
"��� Number One.
Commencing tit a post mai ked "0. Hod-
si rpm k S. \\r. coiner post," and planted two
miles cant of Columbia ih or, about tuo miles
above mouth of Wood river, thonoo cop" ICO
om ns, thence north 10 chains, thenco west ICO
clialiih, thence south JO chains to tho placo of
commencement. v
Numbei Two.
Commencing at a post marked "G. Hcd-
?te8N,.^SS1rnclpost'"andP|'lntcd at G.
Hcdstioiiis fe. W. corner post, thoncoeast lSb
chains, thenco south �� ciiams, thence wost 160
chains, thenco noith JO chanib to tho placo 01
commencement.      _ ( v lto ��i
., Number Threo.
Commencing  at a post marked  "G. Hcd-1
stiom's N. W. corner post," and planted ono-
half mile south of G. Hedstrom's N. W. ro?ner
post, thenco cast  100 chains, thenco south JO
c !!un2'^M,1C0i'lve,t,160 chain��- thraw north ��
clmins to tho place of commencement.
' Number Four
( oinmcncing at a postmarked G. Hcdstrom's
fh%- corno.rP?Bl. ind Planted, ono mile south
thence one-half mllo east from G. Hodatrom'"
N, W. corner po&t, thence east lbO chains
thenco north .JO chains, thence wes��Too chains ',
thenco south J0 chains to the place of com"
monccmont. *    ( < ,     1,   v"   -
- Number Five. '    "  ^
Commencing at a post marked "G. Hod'
stromsN. VV. corner post." and planted at G.
Hcdstrom's S. W, corner post, thenco cast 1G0
chains, thenco south J0 choins, theico west 160
chains, thence north J0 chains to tho place of
commencement.,    " '
Dated this 28th day of Hay, 1005.


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