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Men's furnishings and Clothing���������All ^  ' Wool Tweed Serge and , Worsted Suits ^  from'$4 to $17 ; Mens Balbriggan under- J-,  wear suits $'i.- '"-' ' Jj,  *���������-'  ���������        ' ' r ���������  Boots and  Shoes���������Reduced- for  one day. ������|������'  1    We make a special offer of a splendid line '���������$���������*  .   y  of shoes, perfect  fitting, good, .new stock, <|j  V '  STANDARD PRICE S5, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, f  , ;   PRICE $3.75.     . . ,-|  ' We also carry a choice stock of Carpets and ,������|*,  Linoleums, second to none in the city. ^  Call and see us. '''������������������  r<$  <|j  t|y  A   A.' ���������������.   A.   A.   A .*-.  No Trouble to Show Goods,   f  .-���������a  .*_.*���������.  .������.   -i.   -*S-   -������-  J--    JLAA  ^^<|j'(|iyp^f<^o-^)^J y^t^-v|iw^wi^^^*^'v^������ ^w^^w^^y^^y^^^  Belts!  Belts!;.Belts 1  Ladies' Belts  --AT���������  -I  I  I  Twenty-live .Canadians  Seize Two Boer Guns  (.Special to (lie 3!am.)  Lonuon", June 29.���������The Canadians  have again distinguished themselves  iii South Africa, twenty five of them  attacking two ' hundred Boers and  making a grand bluff that reinforcements were near at hand seized "the  JJoers two guns. Every cfiort ih being  mnde l>v Lord Jloberts to .surround  the Doers, but after weak'defenses  thoy retreated east. ������  A special 'says tlie C'inadiaa Kifles  are scattered along tlie railways in the  northern section of tlie Orange River  colony, where General Dewet is causing some trouble'.    '"      "   y'.t'   -;���������'/'  Cossack post occupied by D squadron was ,��������� attacked on "the 22iid by  superior nunibers, about 'tour miles  from the camp at Honing Spruit,.  'The Canadians took to their horses but.  suffered severely, Privates T. K. Pat-,  terson of Wacleod, J*. F, Motden of  Pinclier Creek) and Private Kerr were  killed., Lieut. W. Til. Jngles.Jate of  tho Berkshire rpginient, PrivnteT. K.  Miles, of Pinclier Creek ; and Private  A. Aspirin]], K W. M. P., .wounded.  Private---. Bell and 'Ennatiiiger, N. VV.  M. P.', captured. - The Boets pursued,  the party, to within' rifle shot of tlie  camp when Private Ed. F Wuldyvof  Calgary, not Acaiing to be ahot.or cap--  turpd without malcing' a good figh'ffor,  il, jumped 'fiom   his horse  and killed  TETE JEUNE CACHE.  Transportation Facilities' Wanted  1   , tJie Mica, Industry.'    ���������  101  ejffloop  Retnrnefi    ���������  to Tien Tsin.  J{. U. Wi-Miin, ol' li.-ilif.ix, N. S., .-inii  Sainiic]  ,\Vinli'i>,  of   iWonctnn, N.   II..  spent,  \Vo(liH'.i-(lay in town looking up'  hifofiniition   regarding   (ran.--.porla i inn  to   tlie   north   of   Uevelstoke.   "i'hesc  gentleinen  are   interested   in the Tele  Jaime   (Jache   mica   mines, which   i r-  ceivd contiideralile   not ice a  ft w years  ago, and heing desirous of doing some  work on   die property they aie naturally looking for tlie nio^t t'eas-ilile route  over which to firing out the product of  'their   mine,   and   after   talking   with  some of tlie  liappori**  acquainted with  the  Canoe' river  district liave derided  that,this is tlie proper route.' However  in order to make shipping  profitable it  would be necobcary to  have a boat "-vr-  vict* and,they express their willingness  to put a boat  on   above   D^ath h'ajiid.-  providod one  is  put oii to ply between  the rapids and Kevel-toke wilh a 11.-noway  comiecliou   to avoid   llio   rapid.-.,  They aie calling for lender--1- p-T ton I'm-  I  i two Boers, finother  Was shot-from  the-  Tlieir , friends     dared      not  .THE JEWELLRR'S  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.  Draying and delivering a specially.  Teams always ready al shortest  notice. Contracts for, jobbing  taken.,   -Age.iH.  for,B. C. Oil Co.  Robert Samson,  Get that Water Pipe Fixed,  - A large range of ready made  summer --suites, just opened up  twelve patterns to choose from,  all the latest, well made and  neatly finished.'' Drop m and  compare- prices before .buying  elsewhere.  camp.  atlempt to remove/the "bodies aud the  Canadians buried thf'm.,  e ll do it tor you,  that we sell the celebrated  Coote Prospector Shoe, no  other will give the comfort and  satisfaction, this we know from  long experience.  For sewing-machine supplies  of all reputable makes apply to  J. "W. BENNETT,  representing The Singe  Co., iilaclveiuie Ave.  A F ft jr.  pecial Attention given to  Prospectors Supplies.  Remember   the   Place:  Morris '& Steed,  FRONT   STREET,  J&HVMiSTOiKE.  BIG BEND NOTES. , -  Gold Being* Taken Out at the Parks and  ���������    Hidden Treasure Claims.   .  Andrew Parks had a clean-up at his  claim a few days ago the result of  which wns i)\ ounces of gold from seven  shifts. He has recently taken out J7A  ounces of the precious nu-tal.  Kaymond Allen 'in siill working the  Hidden Treasure lint expects lo have  to close' down shortly. He has been  successful iu taking out .-ievetal ounces  of gold.-  N. Oai"������ar wilh hid in'eh are whip-  sawingi lumber at the Ophir, on Mc-.  Culloch creek, preparatory to coiumen-  cing work on the claim. " ���������  Wnii Kit'kup is repairing the flumes  at the French-ireek hydraulic wcrks  and putting things in shape.  Perry Leake with three monhas  started work on the Consolation initio  at I'Veiich creek.  D. Mcfnto*?li i.> down from tho Adair  gioup, on Laforme cii't-k, having  closed down on account uf a shortage  of ptovi-Mons.  TIk! trail'ih Moodcd in several places  making it very difficult to get (hruiigh.  John ]). Dnyd came in NVrdncsday  evening and says lhat iu several place--,  he had to fell tires on which to cross  the creeks.  S. F. Ralston and M. A. Mitchell who  left Tuesday for the Hend returned  yesterday forenoon after going to  China Flat, and finding the Waterloo  high. They left, this morning for  Trout Lake and will take a look around  that di>trict while waiting for the  water to go down before returning to  the .Bend.  James Hathaway came in yesterday  from lO-Mile where he has been looking after "J-Ju.sterV' ranch and doing  some prospecting.  Take comfort in the hot weather, and  get a hammock, you can get them all  prices and sizes at the Canada Drug &  liuok Co.A, Kvvt'IjtuljCi  the delivery of* mica at R'-velstoke.'  Mr. Winters wen'l up to the properly  last year going \>y way of the North  Thompson, a distanceiof 220 mile:--'from  Kamloops asi against 107 miles- to Ju-v-  etstoke fiom the mica mines, a-difl'i r-  ence of ,7J miles iu favor of Uevi-Kloke:  Besiik's,v the route to Itevel.-loke is  water navigation all the way with lhe  exception ,of.a portnge at Death'Rapids/ down wliich even at certain  stages of the river a 'boat can ' be  dropped hy aline. 'It would therefore  seem that tile best route to and 'from  the it'iica'mines is by way nf Reyel-  stoke, not only hy fenson of the shoiter  distance hut because,water transportation is in every way superior lo lhat bv  train. . ,  "������������������* '-���������'' Supplementary Estimate's-.-   *  6  \      c y     M-w-������������������ ^  Ottawa, .Julie Ai.���������Jn the .-upplenien-i  l;iiy estimates brought down tb-clav,'  which totals $7,-l-i-l.(JtJ0 there i.*, ai'i  item for Kamloops public building of  $o,()00. There is a No $20,000 for the  Vancouver drill hall; C'olumhi.i river  improvements in the narrows between  the upper and lower Arrow, lakes  $].*3,(K)0: Columbia river improvement--;  above,.Golden $8000; Fiaser river improvement and ship channels protection wo'rks .$40,000; general repairs  and improvements to , haihor, diver  and hridger works $3000 in Victoria  harbor;, removal of diedge'r rock  and dredging at other' points, $15,-  000; Anderson and Kennedy lakes,  clearing outlets. , $2300: Salmon j  river, removal f > t        driftwood,  $2200: WiMiatns' head quarantine  station whaif, repairs, $2000; total  $S2,0;)0. Allii-M-ni Clayuijuct. telegraph line,*$G50(); Ashci-ofl-JJai kervillc  telegraph line, repnl-'ing, $J 1,000; Golden elation, t!,*il).*i(li;m J'aeific- i.'iiluav  fo Windermere, telegraph line, $5)000;  telephone comiecliou between ^''ancou-  vi'i' Island and Salt Spring inland,  $1550; 130-Mile Ilnii������e to Quesiielle  For-Us-'and Horsefly telegraph line,  $0000. There is a No $122,000 for th"  Yukon and QuesneH'e "telegraph  lines.  (*?; ci I.il to Uic M.vif.l  l^oMio.v,   .Jun-..   "JO.���������Admiral    Sev-  mour has returned to Tien T.-in having  been li'nabio to reach Pekin.''    J to had  t >  G2 men killed and -*j 12 wounded.  A force of 10,000 men under a Pius-  liaii Colonel is believed to be at Pekin  but there are from' forty to 00,000  tiooph theie. ,This force has relieved  Adiniral    Sevmour.       Ureat   r-ienara-  ' i       * *  lions' are being made to inarch an  Pekin, twenty, thou-jiind moie troopw,  principally Japanese, hraM'ug been  landed.  m" "ovepiiop, f  Ex-  ���������Dee-ILnes to Hon.  ."���������jjj-v'-iUo thu Kooik:.".vv Mail .  ' j i i       '  \ iCToii.'.v, June 2(J.-A.Jix C'j\eriioi-  .Mclnnes has declined to ion in cil'her'  Victoria, South Victoria or Soiilli  Nanaimo. .h.i)'ing thai it would not be  wise to oppo-jc tlie ( go\c!rnmenl until  they get the. business of the. .country  ���������in    shape., betides* ho   'could    hardly  oppose men whom  Ife had  swoi n lu.  . Trout Lake Sports. -  The following is a   lint of   the games  and   uporls   which   will   lake:  place in  Trout* Lake on Dominion :  SlIOOTIXO CoKTi'sts --  Club trap .shooting,  Jliglie.sl .score, gold  Iiille- .shooting,    o  A special fiom Ottawa sa}-^ that- the'  minute of   the   council   dismissing tho  Lieutenant Gosernor      Mclnnes    was  laid befuro parliament.      He,,was dis-r ���������  j'missed because bis'olticiiil conduct-.was -  subversive to Vrspoiusible'guveiMirent.   :-  ���������. o ' > ': .    "-   ���������   . *   s  Tlie By-Elections,    lv; '  '   '-The writs have. l.,een iisued   for"-thc-  by-eleciiuns tendered necessary by the,  acceptance of oflice by lhe Hon. Messrs.  Duusmuir, A Tii'rt'ier,���������- McDrido,   Welts,-  Pientice and liberts, date.*-! of  norniua-. "  tion being as hereunder:,  Soutli Victoria: Nomination.1-',,   J"une.  30; polling, July 3/ ,,,  Victoria City:   Nominations,  June  30; polling, July 3. *    ���������  Dcwdney: Nominalions, Julv y  pol- , ���������  ling. July 'IO/'   ',    ���������-  North East Kootenay: Nominal ions,  July -5. polling, July II.  Hast Lilluoel: Noininaliori--:. Jnlv   ij:   ,  polling, July 15.      ''     <i.  'South Nanaimo: Nomirrations,  Julv  ii i pol li ns, July i0. i.  It, is expected that opposition wiil  be oilie red to the Hon. Mr. Turner in '<.  Victoria cily. and Mr. George Sangster,  who was J ton. Mr. Eberts, opponent  at the recent general election, has  announced lhat he-will try conclusions  with  hiin. ��������� a'.  In South Nanaimo there is   a pos-i-  bililv that a canuichiLe   will be.  offered  by ouisioe parties m opposition to llu: '  pteinier. 0 The J Ton. Messis.  Mcl>ride,  Wolls .",ik! Prentice  will   probably  rclni nod.u il luart eon test.  ><i  si!\<<r cup.  medal. '  shols,     possible  .score 2o, -^-j, >-���������>.  ATrii.r.nc St'oiffiS- -  100 yards dash, >'-J, ii'l/>0.  lJo\s race, 8 y.eai;.- and over,  !?ii, Si.  ���������j0\ d.s.,  a, W.  Gills race, ^2, Si.  Jrat mail's race (in lumber) ������10.  Prospector's race, sack of Hour, SI.-30.  Standing broad jump, S-'3, *?-���������  Punning broad,jump '*  Ixunning hup, .step and junip-!>  Running high jump, 63, S"2. '  ���������     Pole vaulting, >f3, S2.  Putting shot, !?3, -r2.  Tossing caber, S3, S2.  Paekers  contest, for  double-i,   SlO,  S3.  Packers conies,!, single, time, -O.  'Hoiisi; l-J.U'i:.1?--       ', '  Pony race, \ mile, 3 heats, ^-'lO, S5.  "Horserace    *' " ^13, P^.  Free for all ��������� " " Si3, PS.  FooTi-Ar.L --'  .'I'i/jUI \s,\.kti \j.  ltfc\el:,loki: <V 1-3.  Football Club Will go to Trout Lake.  The fo'iball club met ou \\"edueyl.iy  and d'-cided in favor- of going to Trout  Lake for lhe pin pi'-e  of   meeting    the  club nl;' I h,it   place   on   Monday    ne.\i.  Mr. W. Cou ,iii is to the fore again   iu  assisting the spoil and thh time volunteers the  hotel   expenses   of   the   club  while at the Lake; I he-sports committer*  j allowing   --"-JO   towards   Ira veiling   cx-  j peii-.es.     Fiilou iu^   is  lhe   team   that-  'will   go:   -Wm.    Lyuas,   goal;   K.   I>.  ' Johnson aiul J. Palmer, full backs; W.  ; Sinythe (<-.iptaiii), J.    McDonald,   ami  j J. Lyon-;, halt back--; L. Jehu, W.-Jehu.  i P. jjonaldsori. W. Wi������idhiui,--e arid   T.  'Carey   or    W.    Hault,    foi wards;   R.  i Siriylhc.   icferee,  i Theie will lie practices r,f lhe local  [ players at the tecrealiori grounds at  J *i:30 this and   tomorrow evening.  Fgbei Is Specialty Co., at the opera  hou.-e Saturday evening .June .'JOth a  high r!;is.- mu-ical entei tainiiieul inlro-  diu-ing lhe latest niu-ical novelty tlm  iiluiiiiuiioi i hiine-. 'J'ii ki'tt-on r.rlc at  Canada Uouk ic Dm-." Co, -***?,  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  abe '(kootenay fl&ail  I'l'lJUSIIKI) SEMI-WEKKLY.  ���������-AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ���������HY���������  ]!. K. CAMl'UKLb.  rujiusiuai and raoritiirioi:.  Subscription   Price,', $2.00   Per   Annum  AllVKKTISIXC! , HATKS   quot        on    iippli-  c.ilion.  JOii I'UlNTJXfJ of every kind at inont reason,  iiljle rate.-, and .shortest notice.  ACCOUNTS for job  priiitiiij,' or  advertihing  payable on'tlie lirst of every month.  , COIIUKKPONDKNCE on all matters of local  or public interest, invited and carefully considered. All communications to tlio Kditor  iiiiistbu.-iccoiiipaniud b.v the niime of the  writer, not neeesMirily for publication, but  an an evidence of good faith.  Address  Tan Kuotknay Mail,  Revelhtoke. H.C.  KlUDAY, JUNE 20, 1000.  'FORECAST OF THE YEAR'S TRADE  A   Very   Prosperous   Showing1 Under  Liberal'Government.  i~  Ottawa. .June 2--$:���������The course fol-  ^ lowed hy the opposition in connection  wilh tli'j emergency rations is one  .-ear-rely likely to commend itself even  to their own supporters who* are in-  ��������� clined, lo be fair and reasonable. It  will be lcnieinbered that Mr. Monk the  'member for Jacques (Jartier. who lirst  brought the matter to the attention of  the house, 'read a formal statement,  conlainin'ii' nineteen paragraph's, the  first eighteen of which set foith in detail the facts (hat are alleged to have  occurred in connection with the purchasing of a quantity of concentrated  food or emergency rations for the hoys  iiii South 'Afi icn. Upon those facts as  thus set,forth Mi. Monk charged in the  niiic'tcenlh paragraph, that-the minister of militia "was guilty of gross and  rulp.lblc negligence,"' and wound up  liisAbatement by a resolution calling  for a committee of investigation.       '  The government had promised the  committee in advance, even before tlie  indictment was , formulated, foi-upon  the first intimation fiom Mr1. Monk  that be would bring, charges against  the government, the. premier, had in-  .-(antly replied, '���������t-ubmit' your changes  and you shall have your committee;"  ������������������ but Sir Wilfrid very'properly took exception to that nineteenth paragraph,  which declared that the minister of  militia was guilty of grave dereliction  of tint v before hearing a   word  of evi-  q  showing on the liberal side is almost  equally as great,  the exports  in' the  last eleven months  under liberal rule  exceeded those in the best year ' under  conservative  administration  liy   $10,-  240,928." A great advance is also apparent in the exports of Canadian produce-  only, foi as compared with the   whole  of 1803 there is a difference of $31,.>*7,-  yOS in favor of the last elnven  months.  On the basis of imports for   consumption and exports,  thy total-trade.,.for  the eleven   months as already stated  was  $:}33,6OO,O0O  in- round'"mimiiers'f  For- the whole of last year this trade  totalled $312,000,000  or  a   balance   in  favor of the eleven months of the pies-  ent  year of'$11,000,000  with yet another month of the fiscal year to come.  On the same basis for the whole of  the present ye;tr   it  is estimated that  the trade will   amount to 9350,OOQ,(}(IQ  which would give a still, better showing.   The aggregate total imports and  exports for the twelve months ending  June 30, safely he   placed  at $3JO,000,-'  00'), as compared with $321,000,tXX)or a  balnm-i- in favor of the present year of  nearly .$ 1! 1,000.000.    Th'<  best  showing  that the late government  could-* make  in'the aggregate imports   arrd exports  was $217,000,000 hut , the   end   or, the  present fiscal year will see these figures  outdistanced by $113,000,000.  Taking the figures' for the month of  May the total the eleven months of the  present year the imports have increas  ed to the amount of $26,532,380, and  the exports $l,2o0.812. The exports of  Canadian, products for the month-  shows an increase of over $1,300,000 as  compared with May 1890notwithstanding that the supply of vessels at Mont-,  real this spring did not begin to meet  the demands of shippers owing to the  war in South Africa. The exports of  the eleven months of the present year  show an increase of $19,777,000 oyer  those of last year; the total imports  and exports for , the past month  amounted to $55,6t$3,(iol, an increase  over those of May 18)9 of $13,433,COO or  more than one hundred per cent.  Kootenay Lodge  No.l5A.P.&A.M.  The regular meeting**  are held in thu Masonic Temple, llournc  kHall. on the third  31 outlay in each  montli at, 8 p. in.  VititiiiK 'brethren  cordially welcomed.  II. J. riti-vTT Secketaky.  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  T?J.GKAHAM, X.G,  KuKular incctiiiK������ are held  in Oddfellows' Hall overy  Thursday ni^ht at. eight  o'clock. Vihiting brothers  cordially welcomed.  E. A. KKTTLKSOK.Sec  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets every Tuesday  evening in Oddfellows*  Hull at 8- o'clock.  Visiliiii,' brethren cordially invited to attend.  n. HAX11UHY. X. G.        '   W. MATHIK, Si:c.  VICTO  AKH    WELL    UGHTftI)  lMPLB ItOOMS.   Heated by  hot air and electric bells and  light in every room.   Free bus meets all  trains.--"j  SEASONABLE RATES.  Night Grill Hooni iu comiecliou for the  convenience of gucts arriving and departing by night, train.--. Hourly street  car between hotel and .station.  JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR*,. REVELSTOKE, B. C  THE CENTRAL HOTEL  COURT MT. BEGBIE  '   I. O. F, No. 3461.  Meet-- in the OildiVllovv.-  Ilitll on the second and  fourth "Mondays of each  month. Visiting' brethren, invited   to attend.  K. D. J. 0. JOHNSON,  .   .    C. It.  C.W: MITCHELL.  ,  '      IC. s.  deuce, and he required that thatchiusc  should he-struck out of the statement  liefoi-e it could he Mihmitted to the  coimuittec, s-ayinj; lliat the committee  should investigate the allegations contained in tin-1 rest of the Maleinent and  report thereon to tlie house, and it  vvouhKhen be within the province of  the hou.-c lo pas>* .judyiueuL. after lhe  evidence had been produced and both j  sides heard, it. would haveseuuied im- ]  po.-t-ible lhat any  taken to a   propos-nl   .so  manifestly  iu  Ca:iada First ���������    -   .      .;  Cauala has beenavvarded the first,  prize for, the display of timber at 'the  Paris Exposition.*-      , 0     <  C. P. R. Shops are Closedi..- '11  The employee- of the C. P.. li. shops  in this city were .somewhat' surprised  to receive notice on Saturday morning  that the workshops would be closed  from noon of that day until Tuesday,  July 3, the day following'the confederation anniversary. Consequently -the  shops will be closed all this week, the  repair departments  excepted.    About  Gc-tld Ragg;e Lodge,  K. of p.. No. 26,  Rcvolstoke.B.C.  Moots every Wednesday in Odd Follows'  ���������Hall "at 8- o'clock.  Visiting Knights invited. ��������� ,  W.  "W.  CROSS, M.D.,  " ���������      c c  WINSOU,"  k.okk.&s:  A.-"1  HOLDIGII  ANALYTICAL CHKMIST AND  <*ASSAYKIt.  Hoyal School of Mines, London.  Seven years at Morfa Work*-,, Swansea.  Seventeen years. Chief Chemist- to Wigan  Conl and Iron Co.. Eng.   ,  Lute Chemist and As.-ayer, Hall Mines, .Ltd.'"  Every description, of ii.-siy and analytical  work undertaken.  Claims examined and reported upon.      , ' -  UEVELSTOKE, It. C. ,       ' 1  H  ARVEY & McCAUTtilt  ooO hands are affected  Pres?.  -Winnipeg Free  IJAHIUSTEKS, SOLICITOUS, ETC.  OFi'"ici*:s :   IMolsons ' It.v.vic   ]tr.ociv,   liiovr*"!.-  stoki*., H. C.      " ��������� .     -  Money to loan.'      ,  Otliecs: Itevclstoko. 11. C: Kurt Slecle, H.'C.  Gi:o. S. McO.VKTi'-n. .1. A. Hakvkv. .    .  Kovel.slokc, 11. C. Kort Steele, It. C.  ABRAHAMSON BROS.  PROP'S.  Kewly htlill. Piistcla.s?  iu every respect.\, All  modern conveniences.  Large sarnple'roonis.' Fire  proof safe. ' Prca 'bus  meets.all trains.  Under <-anre manafj-uim-rit*:  QUEEN'S HOTEL,  TROUT LAKE CITY  $1 PER DAY.  Newly Built.  Lighted by Electricity  Throughout.  THE CITY HOTEL  ��������� Best Brands of'  Wines, Liquors and  ��������� Cigars.    ������������������' "  R, OALEY, PROP'R.  6*0<H><KH)kKK>OK><K><)-0-0<><><H><>^^  J.  xv. cross, m:<-d.  QRIEHTAL HOTEL  ���������JaA. Stoxk,;' Proprietor. ......  Rates, $i per .day  . . .u. .  Electric lighted, furnace healed  Newly built and furnished. .*..  Finest and   best supplied   bar  Canada's Pulp Trade.  A correspondent of The, Paper Mill, ���������  a   prominent   English    trade  journal, j  make.-- the following estimate of Carm-  trade   in   pulp-wood, pulp  of the  ex-  $1,275,000   as  the   fiscal year  ila'.s torcigu  ohjection   could  l.e   and paper :      ''The value  j port.s   of      pulp    was  u,d [ iiLrairi.it   -?7-(0,000   in  accord   with   ;i!l   the   recognized  accepted principle-s'of  Britis-h  Jridiral ' 1SU7-&3   that   is an increase of  *53u,  piocedure hut' the oppobitinn evidently j 000.     Nearly the  whole of this iinpor*  t hiiuj;ht il would be ������ifer to couirlemn j tant ^'-������irV is to be endited to the  tin-mini-jliT (ir.st. and try hirn after-| British, market. Last \������ar 13ritaiu's  wards: Mich' a contention however does ! imports of pulp from Canada amounts  not im pi I'.-,1-  one       " " ~        "" ' '     "'*"*'     "  thev   have   very  with   the  much   faith   in   the  charges iipiiinst the  idea   that    to .-^O.OOO  ax   againot only ������165,000  .-���������tM'iigih of their  governineiil.  ,  The divi-idii upi-;i the itmcirdiiient to  "-tri'lve   out, the  iiiiiel.ei'iith   piii"iirra|)h  ���������^avi- I he j,Mveriimi'iit a nra.joritv   of '1'5  niily. and the   oppM-.il.ion   ;ipp"ared   to  deiive iniiiien-e *������.-it isf.irtion from il b<*-  in-_; .-() .-initll, hut of  rnui"1-'**   the   r-ea->on  vwi-.-imply tti.-it,   hein^   h'rid.-iy   night,!  at l-a->t thiityoflhe Oueliec  MH'inher--.  h.id gone hniiii' for Sunday: the ali-eii   '  I .*������������������- \vi-i e not, (mired because tlier-e wi-rf  nn p.iii'"-. lor theiu.    The oppo.sitifin and ,  the  year   before,   bounding   up ���������S'oGO,-  000 in the single twelve months.     To  put   the   case  otherwise, Britain's import-, of   Canndinn pulp were Inst, year  more, iluiri four   times a������ great as they  wore the'year beforr.''       Much of tlii** :  improved condition   of   the pulp fr.idej  i������ due to the far- .sighted policy of both.,  the federal   and   Ontario local ������ovc-rn-j  merits   in   offering  substantial inducements to British cnpital to develop llir  in'dustry in the Dominion.     But so far  from   offering   any   encouragt-mierit or;  as-dstanco to the adniinistration in this |  wise and buiirress-lilco policy, lhe oppo  SUIlGIiON TO THIS C. I'. K., CITY HEALTH  Ol-'KICKK.  Ofllc6: 'J'nylor Ulock, Mtickcnziu Avoniic'  Edison Standard  ... Phonograph  with nil llu; latest itiiprovciuuiils will  (.���������ike ti nd iviinitlucc rcconl.-i. cornplctc  " including', Hoi-oi'dcr, Kepi'iidum*, Hra.-s  Jforn, Sapphire Shaving Knife. ICar  Tubes, Oinicls Ifair Hrusli. Oil CmC nKo  One-half dozen Itocords und 13ooks of  Instruction.  PRICE    $25.00.  ...GHAS J! AMAN...  REVELSTOKE  in the city  Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B. C.  the . .  Kootenay Lumber Co.  ,   : ^ (Limited Lisihility.)  Manufacturers and Dealers in all Kinds of  STEAM   LAUNDRY $ ROUGH  &  DRESSED  nut  Long  dimen-  order.    A  laryc  lumber   r ._,       _^" GIVEUSATRIAL  ili..(oiij������trv>now-._ptrfeclly well   that , ^j<jm   jn    h<jlli   p.lriiaInrnt; |mv������; done  all in their   power  to hinder the work | J?      BUKER,     Proprietor.  of hrinqing in British cnpital to de" '  n   no  -i^'nili' aricu   whatever  in  mill   iii.-tjoi ily,    aiul    thaL    the.  ���������.iippoi-terf"  I ilt-li  tli  i.ink-i of rhe  ijfiiver'ninent's  i-i'tniiin tiiiln iikeii.  The li ii-.i! year i1- rnpidly drawing lo  ,*i rln-i1 and in -i few wc-.-ks lhe country  w iii lie in pii--("-limi of I lie tr.ule (i^ure1-  fin* the ( inniileletl twelve iiifinlh-. (Jn  lhe' 1 ������c������ ��������� i ������������������ ol' the impoiL- entered for  f.on-iimpt ion rind the lol.il expoi'L*-, the  li ,ule fm the II moiithi ending May .'���������'���������]  vva? o'.-i'Si/i'M, I7f). T-iking I he i-iirne ha-  si-lln he-t ' iml Ulidf-l i iin^erv ,iti ve  i e^inii1 vv-I.-)-"'-5 uhfii Hie (p-tal trade  .iruoimtrrl U, ::J10, 2b'i,'h'J, showing n  Iia!,nice in hivorof the present Krivcrn-  ineiil aiiiomiting to no k-ss than $Kj,-  :j27,.*j!)l for a peiiml ol only eleven  month-, a-- conip-ired with a full yrai  Wilh ivi-'peit to rxpot  i aev������i  op our   national   resources, which   hut j  for tlri-i assistance!  would remain unex- J  ploited    for    many   n    lonx year.     In ;  niakrnj,'   tiii.-J   statemrnt it i- not su*.'- =  ire-ted   tint   tliii   vva-i   the  detibciMte  iniiintidii   of   the;   ojiposition. hue thai  it wuuld have been the actual outcome  had their policy   been successful, must  be   admitted    by   all  Phone   43.  ���������KCTfrii'.VTI-.   HI" IMI'ltnVK.MKNTS.  ��������� Also shingles; mouldings^ base boards,  ,   casings, finishing  lumber, extra  wide  -   '        . clear pine and cedar.'  sion   timber   cut .to  assortment of  season   lumber kept on  hand in the yard and sheds at Revelstoke by the pioneer lumber dealer of  Kootenay   who also has had considerable   experience   in    eastern   Canada  which   enables   him  to cater for what  the builder requires.    You will always  ' find him readv for business..  Prices Right. .  Terms Strictly Cash.     Leave Your Order.  who have mide  *w*n< i  Alii". Mi'(. I'i "(i'lii. Moli.iii/.-i ICin*.'.' (Yij'.Nii  Coin!. <.l'ini-'*-,li I*. I.���������!-.( ('liiiiKf initKT.il  cl,'i|!ii-*. -ilu,il(;d in I In; Itcv t'lilolcj Milling  i;i\i-i(ai cf Went IC(,cit(Jiiity Ul-'trict. Whore  luciilt'i :   0<i 'Jruini'l Hon Mrtrl'i.  theuiselvc.1'   acpMinled   vv ith lhe fact-*  of the c,i-i".  R. Tapping, Agent, Revelstoke, B.C.  Ii/beiis specialty Co., at tbe rp._-r.y.  house .Saturday evening Juno '.'/lib u.  high clash rrniHiral entertainment intro-  ducirig th" latei-t inusic.il novelty the  aluminum chimes. Ticket*-on n.rlp at  t.- the   favorahlu I L'diiadti Uuok & Drug Co, '  !     Tukc nuin.t pi.it   I. ���������"Villi.iia A. It.orrr. rij<uut  ' itirl\ H. *%V'!l*-������n. free inlncr'i rcrti'l&itc .\(i, 1! j  ll'A'l.'Kriink Yrj'ing, trtc niniorV ccriltlntc .Vo. >  1 H 1I7A5. J. K. Jfo>>ro. free minor'- certificate No. i  15 1Vj16. intend. .-1.<Lj- (lujn from tliccUlc lioreof,  toap-plvto  tlio  Mining   Keconle-r foru Crrtifl*  rate (if  finprnvciiK nt-i, for I lie   inir|i<*-*<; (if olj'  liiliiini; ,v Cnmii (J runt of tin1 iiIjow; cl.iini-..  Aud further Inkc nol ire Unit. ,*clion, under  i-celion   '.17.   mil1*!   he  (jomineiiecd    hefore   lhe  iH-uiiulec nf iileli Certltieiite of Improvement-!.  Dntcrl tliiw Mill (Ifij- of Juno. 1IXKI.  WILUAM A, D.Yl'LH.  f  Furniture and Undertaking,  Repairing & Upholstering Done  (/  W-irehoiiM" iii connection for stor-iiRe of family and of her furniture,  trunks, etc., at monthly or other rales. Agerrts for Raymond Sewing Machine.  IRZE^IEIDSTOIECE ST^TXOXT?^,C jrim^KXfc^  ,!,   How  It  Was Worded  to   Tell  the  1 J. Xruth anil .Satisfy tlie French  ���������j"' l'eoplc. '  t ' ,   CttryriQht, 1330, by Ervin TTardman.  , 'i  (Continued.)  oral genuarnit-'s crune ,our. Castellan*  doubled liis steps in order to intercept  thciu. At that moment he heard a shot  behind hirn. The major had sent a bullet  into his brain, dying almost instantly.    ���������  (Ja&tellane   overwhelmed    the   courier  wilh    reproaches,'' the   riwn    stuttering  weak  excuses:   *"I' had   to  do   it.. ' Th������  health of his majesty demands'rich nourishment.    His majesty known the extent'  of our stock of wines, delicacies aud other provisions to the last bottle and pound."  If he had missed anything, it would 1i.it������  cost me,my  place.     Besides,  you knoT,  liis'niajesty is a hearty eater"���������   '  "How much was stolen?"   ���������    ,    '-      ���������:���������  Tho courier didn't  knoir -Strictly, Vnf  promised to report in a little v-*hile/wben  he   lclurncd,   he   said   that   luckily   only  tivc bottles of wine'vvere missing1.  '"Two bottles''at tlie price of two lirea!  Take that," and Castellane knocked ih������ '  courier down wilh a blow of his clinched'  list. ' _    '  Then he it-turned to the cabinet council, where the secretary still was brood-  in-,' over bulletin,No: '2'J. "The courier it  waiting," cried Mounier, ''and that passage is not yet filled in. Come quick. , \V������  must decide upon one version or anoth-  ,er.':  .Castellane took the paper and smiled.  "I have an idea," he snid. VHere ia a  sentence that will quiet, the anxieties nt  the cabinets and of our allies." And ha  filled in 'the missing passage,' "His majesty's health is excellent.'his appetite waa  never better."���������New York Press.  little come-,  to  her ar-  you   are.  b*  ������J* T-' i  &*��������� ���������,  h%& ���������  4+is  hun:i:is-' At V  *  ".TV  i  An  Exception. ���������  , 'T like to hear a servant girl King at  her work. It shows a good disposition."  "Not always. I think our girl Kings  because she has a gnitlgt* against us."���������  Philadelphia Hecotd. '  ', Tniite.        ,-��������� "\  1 "What execrable taste she ahotred 1b  buying ancestors!"  "Yes, indeed!    Such a lot of frights U  she selected!"���������Detroit Journal.  THE WRONG TIME  :-M RIGHT THING' i!  AT*-- '   ,aJI  < >  <'  ��������� ������������������������������������$������������������<���������������������������������������������������������������������**,���������������������������������������������������������������*$< i  Mrs.  'Olvvay   sighed.     -Good    heavens!  How weaiy .-he was of the four walls of  her drawing room!   A small house, even  though in May fair, was but a rentrieQ-Mi  ,    area. , Why   had  .-he  married  Jim?   He  was a dear.sriiod fellow, of course, but so  rnoiioioiioilr  iu    his    limitations.    Whj  hadn't  she   married Jack   Dnlrymple  instead of allowing Sophie to appropriate  his  17.01)0  a  yeai V   She  could   so easily  > have done it.   What lovely things would  .have  been   hei-  now!    "vyhat 'would  she,  have chosen for her birthday present tomorrow?  Jim, veiy likely, wouldn't even  vremember that slie had a biithd:iy.cor. if  he did. he would give her something useful.   Hon .-be hated useful things,!  -   .     Perhaps she could cajole him out of a  check?. Then she could pay Cerise Rome-  thing oil* her, hill and order that new tea  gown that was so adorable.   The one ������he  had  ou   was  getting .passe,Valid   no .self  respecting Woman  could  afford  to be ill  dressed,   especially ' a   pretty  one.    Mra.  Otway  walked  across the room  and in-  Speeted   her   face   lu, the   glass.    It  was  worth ui'-vcclioii,  in  spite of its discon-  , tented expression.   It,was a very<.pretty  '   face.  The sleek head and big brown eyes  twcre indeed curiously attractive.   As she  'looked the eyes changed their sulky look  to one of interest.   I-'or the door opened  to admit Captain Dnlrymple.  Lata ire Otway turned to greet hirn   and then sank  Into a  chair���������her own  upeclnl  chair In  front of the fire.  "To think of the. devil seems to have  the .same power*as to speak of him," she  Maid, '"for inj- thoughts appenr to havs  conjured you here."  "Hut surely you expected me?"  "I never expected anything good, therefore I'm not it.i surprised to sec you as I  otherwi.-e should liave been," she returned!  lie laughed. "Frankness Is veraclty'o  vice."  "I don't pose as veracity. I'm In no  mood for anything so effective. I was  railing at fate when you came In."  "Were you? What has she been doing?*' he asked.  "JOnnie.-hing me in her web, and, alan"  (���������-briiggiiig her pretty shoulders), "it isn't  even -pun of silk!*'  "1 think, I.alage, that 1 would hsr-s  spun it of si Ik had you let mc."  "And I think. Captain Dalrymple, that  you are using my Christian name without my permission."  "Christian name! Why, it is as deli-  ciously pagan as you are yourself and ns  beautiful," he said. *  "Then it serves its purpose, for beautiful things are useful, even though useful  things ate not necessarily beautiful," sh������  f-aid, aa she poured' out ten and handed  the cup across to him. "Sugar?" she SHid,  picking up it piece and offering it to 111 in  with her finger.1".  He put out his hand and grasped hers.  She freed it with a laugh.  ll.ow nice he was! It was delightful to  have such iiiHucnn* over him. Wind a  &<}l the would be t'J ivlit)*l'JUll it!   Jiuj  need never know. B-���������ides, u  dy scene Ilk* this appealed  tlstic taste.  "WhRt  a   naughty  girl  said.  She made a grim������c-������ and enunciated a  truism: "Btitfor our failings our virtues  would hsve no background agsinst which  to be shown np."- ' ��������� "  Ths   solemn   manscrrant, epened   the  dear suddenly as sh* sp������ke^ Captain Dal-  rymplu pushed   kack  his chair from  its  close   p'roiimity   to   Mrs.   Ot way's.    She 1 -&"f" *"    -  IoolcM at the man cnrele*������slT-^-p^rh������iis th* ]<rL -*������. "t*"  carelessneis was a littls oTe.-done��������� a I't-' '        " "'"  tie too obvious.  "What ii it, Mnllory?" she f.-ke.l.  "If you please, mnm, Captain Dnlryns-  pie's  man,has  come,  and   wiil  Captain  Dalrymple go at  once,  n*   he  is  wanted  most   particularly."   and   with ibjif   Ma!-  lory, closed   the   door   discreetly    behind  hiin. ,','*,  "It  must he a  message  from the barracks," Captain  Dalrymple explained   ia  "answer to Mrs. Otway'w look of t-vjuiry.  ���������"It -can't   Le   from , home,   for  , know,   Sophie   is   in   Loanmliirc  and supposes k* in Ilounslow.   Ami." he  added,  with a happy Uugh  at  hi������ ree-or-  ei's*d baeheUrho.id. "I'm cnthely my own  master.    If I  go bow. may   1  come back  '������WHW>������rtyr'  ' "No;   no!    Not   tonight."   sliakiajr   he-  head. '"Jim   It coining  home to  dinner.1  and. although a duel is, sometimes melo  dious,  I' have never heard harmony In a  trio," she said. '' *  <.  ,   .  i*  "But  I must sea you again," he ssi-l.  with insistence.  "Come tomorrow, then." ,  ���������"Tomorrow    ia    your    birthday.'   Yob  didn't think I'd forgotten it. dearest, did  -yon?" he ssld teaderJy. ,       <"      .    ,  VI aapeet "that yon  hare a' coByanieat'  marnory." she  said,   with0- a   little  sneer  which   was  yet   unahla  to   destroy   tho  beauty of the face-  Jack.Dalrymple cam* up'to the girl. .  "Lalage," he said, "yon are unfair, for  you* know  that-1   do   nothing  elue -but  think.of you���������wornlng. anon and night."  He took her,hand.   It lay unresistingly !���������  his, the prstty pink palm uppermost.   Ha  bant down and imprinted a burning kiss  ia   it,   shutting   the 'fingers   that    they  might hold this record of his Infatuation.  "My darling," ht'went on. speaking hurriedly,' "yon mustn't mind, hut I've sent  you a present.   I camf ap from Honnslow.  today anrposely to buy It. ; To'n'H  wear  it, won't yon?   I didn't ask yoor p  ���������io*"-- '..'..  ' The ubiquitous Mallory again appeared/"If you please, sir. they hare sent for  you again," he said repro������������hfully.  Latage  iaughe-f as  ths sonna of tW  ^     *%     *y     7*.      jf.      ,y     ,h s}      rf >-     ./.  ���������ir    ���������<'     -c-    -f-     -fr    *.-     -t-        -<-    -f.        t- '   t  ���������- J- i. U -1- -I-  X 1-1.-1, .1..-?-  -*.-*>.>     -7       T-     ->  *>    -���������>    ->���������   /���������>.     -I  IF O  XI  *T-  ���������X.'^-  a? jr. ^r  ��������� y j.,.  Tj}e ���������. K'ootei^i.v  \5)  i 'f'~  i.^.  e  ^'������ -r  .^ f*  . ���������*.  r     .f *     .  ������ -���������?-��������� /:  !������'  *& m **r-  .*!'- *^-  permis-'  door shutting upon the captain ca&ie to  her!    It was'a pity,he had beea.seat for.  It had   been  an  amusing  scene,, and  it  might-have developed' into   aa  eicitiag  one.    He1 was so very easy to play npon.  Now, heigh-ho!���������and..Mrs. Otway garo a  yawn of prospective boredom���������there was  nothing before her but* a dnll tet������-a-tet������  dinner  with  Jim.   who- would* probably  tell  her little trivialities about the  law  courts and.with  pride   would  retail  his;  dull remarks���������remarks which" itrsqnlred  an   expert   in   legal   wit  to   cornprehen-8,  vero intended to be an aaiosiag repartsa.  Bat   Jim   was   distrait   tonight.     His  usual bright happiness was clouded.    H������  had no stories to recount, and hs seemsd'  generally parsimonious nt ideas.'"* It was  absurd.    Yet* Lalage almost thought that.  once or twice she encountered a critical  look  in  his eyes ivhich   was  Strang* to  her.    It was imagination, of course, for  she    could 'always    manago    Jim��������� Jim,  whose   loyal   blindness- was   prorerblal.  With au effort she forced the'.conversation during soup," fish and e������tre������, whleh  were   in-  turn, .marshnled   by.  Msllory.  Eren  the  complacency   which   had   boe������  left   from "her   Interview   with   Captain  .Dnlrymple���������the   aftermath, of   flattered  ranity���������had deserted   her; court*sy,   th*  fruit of cultivation from tho seed polity,  alone supplying  the  place of th* usual  dinner discursiveness.    A feeling of tension   was   In   the   air, , the   atmoipherls  heaviness   which    precedes   a    thnnd6r-  storm.    When the servant's bad left th*  room and coffc* was upon the table, Jin  pasted . Lalags   a   cigarette   In   eileneo.  !T������ watched her light  It; than ha said  sternly:  "Lalage, aa I came In tonight th* frost-  man gave m* a registered letter. , As It  is directed to yon in Captain Dalr.rrnpVi  writing I felt it Would b* better for me t*  see you open It how."  "A thousand thanks, Jim, for yotir coft-  ��������� slderatiou," she snid la sarcs������M. Thea.<  with that self love which sharpens peo-  ple^ wifs snd tnduces apurfoiis clever-  iu**!>, she calmly put out her hand for th*  package. She almost overreached her object by showing too great an Indifferenea,  but Jim couldn't ure the terror of exposure which clutched at her heart ami  drove tbe color from her face, and tho  electilc light was too becomingly shaded  for her to dread its betrayal.  "You silly Jim!" she said, with a aerr-  ous laugh. "I believe you're Jealous."  Her mind was, weaving Impossible  schemes of' escape. The parcel was a  small, square box. well wrapped in brown  paper, with seals so carefully and admirably formed that (he Dslrympl* ere������t  was impossible to mistake. Wifh relnc-  tarit fingers nil* broks th* seals. Th*  brown paper gave place to a wooden hoi,  which, upon being opened, revealed a  small velvet case holding a half hoop diamond ring. Thauk God, n* letter was  there! She gave a sob *f thankfulness;  The rest was now easy. Light SaBhcd  upon her ss upon the diamonds.  "How absolutely delightful of Sonhle!"  ���������he said, calmly putting th* ring upoa  her linger. ^  "Of Sophie'/" sold -Urn Incredulously.  "Of course" (with a hysterica! Isugb).  "Sophie Dalrymple has  often  given  xae  birthduy   presents.    >\^rei|"t   we   school  fellows?" ,  ".Hut surely Hot Such :>r������seat8 as thi*?"  have always been noted for the  , ��������� r       ���������,,, **- ' = ��������� -   - ���������-        '  fine quality of our -work���������that's why we  are  always  busy.       Cheap  and  inferior  ' ' '      1 ' , I *C ������<   ! Q  printing* costs tlie same as good printing,  '      ��������� , i ���������-        * o  k .   .   \] -' ��������� -^ c      ' '  therefore  why not get the best.      Our  * -,     -     ,       ',,.,,'.',. I? . ^  prices are always reasonable.     If in need  - , *  , ,i  of fine printing, write or call on us at once,  '     l '    '     \ ' * ' ' ' " '     '  we are nearer top busy to attend to all 6rders..f|3  evels  f.      -v      -j.      ->      .tv      ij.     _J.      J',.      .y. fj       ,>     ij.  *j4������*  4������#'4*  Y^ '^  ^ if-* -'���������-'  f'.'^-^.'ff-Ta.^-^..^  I^^^i^l^;  ii  (To be tyiiiiuueil.)  m  .. Limited"  t  DAILY TOURIST  CARS  To   ST.   PAUL,  ���������. t  Wednesday and Sunday  To TORONTO,  And  Every  Friday  To     MONTREAL     and  BOSTON,  passing Revelstoke as follows :  Eastbound 4:45,  Westbound 21:34,  "IMPERIAL   LIMITED."  1  PumpliU'ts furriibluj(l free  E. J. COYLE, T. W. BRADSHAW,  A. G. P. A., Agent,  VAnpuuYti', 5,0'i fUv&lilttkc,  Kootenay Railway &  Navigation Company  ,   < liiniited.  Opcrcitiiig ICii.-lo & SIuciui Itnilwny.  Iiitcrii.itiuiiiil NaviKiition & Tr.uliiii;  Coinpauy.  Schedule of Time���������PaciHc Standard Time  Ktl'cctivc Feb. lht, 1UU0.  Kaslo te Slooan Railway  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mail Iunce,  Chcapost Route to tlio Old Country,  ALLAN LINK-From Jfoiitrc^i"  Tunisian   -  .l|iiic."0  .N'linidiaii - ....       ,ju|j -  ('(iriiilliiiin    J       -       ���������  I'.iriiiiiii -i  'riiiiinifin  ���������-  DO.MtMUX LLNK-  Vtuicouvcr -  Doiiiinioi)  Cainbrojiinn  1 ���������       Aui;  -From "Montruiil,  ���������      ���������      ���������      ���������    Jly.  M  '.'1  I  ���������J I  V-n-Ncrifjcr train for Snndon and way stations ��������� i ���������... r-i.,...,.,!...1..  leiiveu Kaxloat8a.m.; dully, niturnrrir,'. leaves   \'^\)f. W ,,''1,'(i  Snndon at l.lo p.m.. arriving at Kaslo 3.55 ii.m. ' \f^ suniHor  KEAVJCU LLVK-From -Montreal.  (International Navigation and Trading  Company  0)iuraliiiK on ICooloruiy Luke and Itivcr.  ! .-S.S. I.NTI'.ltNA'I'KINAI. Iciivc- ICnslo I'm1 N'cl.-'ili  ! at li a.iu. daily i>xu>|it Huiidiiy; rcturiiin^. leaves  I Ncl-on at l.:������l p.in.. eiilliiiK- al Bui four. I iiot,  ! Jtiiy. Ainswortli, i'lid nil v,ny point-.: (-omicul-  ���������' wllli S. I1'. & N. train lo and from SpoUnnu. al  ! Five -Mllcl'olnl.  pcrior  J.nkt' Oniario  Lutitiuita  J uly 1  "   11  "   IS  "   '13  Auk. 1  l-Wuiii-'ui-'1 liekcU'd iIii-uiikIi  lu all parts of  Great liritiiin and Iveland. and at ������pocif*.llv lo-,V  r.ile-.lo nil part-, of  lhe Kiiropenn eoiitinon!  Apply lu nenre-t r.iil'vay or .-leiun-lilp uj^ciit of  T.   W. BRADSHAW.   Agent.   Revelstoke'  Lardo-Dunoan Division  " A11 Kit   ALMKltTA.  Steanii'i'Allierl.'i lea ve- Kn-lo fur  Lanlo  Argent it nt S:.'W p.m. Wednuidays.  TinycEi  sis.  "Lardeau."  i nd  Steamer-, call at principal   landiii1;-.   in   liijili  (I i reel ion-*, and a I allicr point-, \ilien *>igii,illcd.  Tickd-i .-old to all points  in   ('.iii.tda and tlie  L'niled titale*-*.  To  a.scerlain   rale-> ' and    full    information,  iiddrcs-:  1JOUKUT UtVJXO.  8 If  Manager, Kaslo. H. C.  1,'iiniiing licl ������<-i ii Arrow In ad and Tlii.iiimii'-  LandiiiK coliimeflciiig .Mum III. lin-fi. ������ill -ail ,i-  follow- (wciiher perinlttingl:  I-cim; Arrowhead for Tliuin-nn'*. I^inding  and Coin.i|ili\ al 7k. daily.  Leave. I'linni-iin'- Liiiidin-,' .mil Coin.ipliv for  Arrow In ml at lsk. dnilj , eoiinerl ing ".Mill all  I'. I'. I,'. I im in- .mil liual-.  The ii'.Micr-rc-ei'M'Hie righl lo tliange (iiim-  of-ailing-- without iiotiec.  Till-; FUKI) JtOHIX-iUX Ll'.MUKIt CO. L'TH.  F. KOHIXdOX.    ���������  Managing Director,  Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. L'ri;  ALASKA   ROUTE. j  Steamers for Wiuiigol, .Inneaii and Skngwriy j  leave Victoria ;  Every Wednesday at S p. m. j  and VancoiiM-r !  Every Thursday at 2 p. ni.  Steamer- for Xnrlhern  Hrili-h  ('olimihi i port- ,  leave Victoria anil Vancouver weekly. >  Itntr������, ������������tf,, nu npplicntion to I  V. S. IIAXTKI*!. I  GuiUiil l'd^Liiyti A^'iiit,  ^'Uloliu, liiC,  BAUER & ASHCBOPT,  Dominion and Provineial  Land Surveyors,  MINING ENGINEERS.  Surveyor, of JMues .Mineral Cluinwancl f'r,-,v, i,  l.-uid-.  N'A.XCUUVhK,   JJ. LA THE KOOTENAY MAIL  it  9.  $  ���������5>.  .v.  <{:  .9  IC-'  .**������  s&^&^&^&^&^&-7s-'4^'S4^'&'  Photographic  Supplies I  Wo  have just upem'd ;i large  -f-'   shipment of  ���������?: '  .? Cameras,  if--  -V.  .J*  "A*  -**))  &'  4*  .������.  <(<-*  S[  IP  .V  if--  9  Kodaks, .,  Chemicals,  plalos, films  ancl cvi-rylliing rc"-  Tfisl'fcri"for"lin* arnaU-iir   photographs.     Call   ;uul    mil'     lln-m.  Everything new andnp to date J^  at the " 9,  ,   ��������� , $  Canada Drug ������& Book Co I  - - 9  i  Revelstoke Station.  MARRIED.  ��������� '.��������������������������� >' ,  BiiUcn-TiiD.MSSN.���������At,  Revelstoke,- on  "     -Tuesday, June 2(>th,   liy   Key. Dr.  Paget, Air. George' Bruce,,of  Van-  eotiver, Lu J\Ji>s.laue 1-iobina Thoin-  i. ���������?> ,  bim, ol' Orillia, Out.  Kiiuiv-Wooniio^".'���������AL Kevel.-toke, oh  Wednesday, .June 27th, by'Kev.  I>r. Pagel, .Mr. AVrn.,Ivirhy, of the  S. S. liOibland, Id.Mii-s Helen .Ileii-  rii'Lla, Woodrow, nf Pevelstoke.  ' ' i " i  Tonn-lJAiu-'Y.���������AL Vancouver, on  ThrirMliiy, .Uumi 2Sth, hy Kov. 10.  I). McLaren. II. A. Todd, of  Kam-  ,' .loops, 'lo Mis. .Jennie Pailey, of  Vancouver.  It is ' reported from Winnipeg that  owing to Lhe poor prospects in Manitoba, this year, the C. P. 11. will let out  six thousand men at present employed  in diU'eient capacities between Fort  William and A'ancouver. The full  stall' number about fifteen thousand.  The mu.Mcal chimes and electrical  dancing will be specialties <at the  Egbert entertainment tomorrow evening-  Preparations are being made for the  union picnic of the Methodist and  Presbyterian Sunday schools ,lo be  held near the gun club grounds on  Monday next. It is understood that  the picnic will be an all day event.  Notwithstanding the coolness of the  evening Llu-lawn -social on the Metho-  disL parsonage grounds Tuesday evening was well attended. The ladies  provided strawberries, ice cream,and  collee which sold readilv netting about  $10 toward1, the church funds. During tho evening several selections were  rendered by Lhe band, and the u-ual  games provided'amusement for the  crowd.  Tho closing ceremonies at the kinder-  gar ten were taken up yesLeiday afternoon when the little ones entertained  their parents and friends ,wilh a programme of recitations and songs after  which they eatne in for their share of  the fun when ice cream and cake was  servwd.  .Try our concentrated lemonade powder, a small tin makes 2 gallons of delicious lomon.icle, at the Canada Drug  ���������fc Book Co.'s Uevelstoke. '   ,  known in the city. The bride was  given away by her brother and'the  happy couple .weie supported by Mr.  II. Cook arrcTMiss .Savage.' Quite a  number of friends gathered at the  church to witness the ceremony after  which tne wedding party drove to the  residence of Mrs. Agnew where a  sumptuous lep.i&L was partaken 61*. ' |  Tin-: Mail join*- \\ ith the' ���������many  friends of both young couple in extend.'-  ing.heaily congratulations. '���������    "  THE  Badminton Hotel  VANCOUVER.  RATES    S2.50    PER , DAY.  Wagons,  Delivery  Rigs,  Buggies, Etc., -  AT  JASi MCMAHON'S  ���������:o;  Blacksmith ing* and Woodwork  done on short notice. , ���������". "  i i '  Carriages    Built' to    Order.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL, BRIEFS  Rooms to let, with' or without board.  ApplyaL this office. - o.  P. ,J. Deane, of Kamloops, registered  at the HeveUtoke Wednesday.  lilgborts h'agtinie Specialty Company  at the: opera hou-iU tomorrow, evening.  1-Jcnieniber the election  trustee at the school house  at 11 o'clck. , '  of    school  tonior row  Thos. McNnuirht caino  in   fiom  (.ioi-  ' *    i)  d>-n Tue.-day evening jind   lett   for the  Halcyon .Springs  yesterday.  .Sir Henri Jolv passed thiough la^t  evening en route to Victoria to assume  his duties as British Columbia'*^ new  lie.iifenant-govornoi'. He was met at,,  Illeeillewaet ' by Mrv Doslock who  accompanied him to Revelstoke when-  lie had a hand shake with a riumb'er of  ( -> * ^  our citizens. , ' .  Your Pocket-book ...        o.   .  limy foe low Jjul iniboil) sees it, but  -if your 'Clotkcs '.-m-i*   t-liabby  Unit  "��������� settles it, nobody wants to kno.w you.  biuliusor (rents Tailor JUdc Clothes  repaired nnd cleaned 'in yood siylc.  _ "O.ijl or Send po.-t card. '    t ,  Samuel   Need ham, Douglas St.  J'l-.tabli-liu(l   l.'i ytiti'-..  Sstrictly Union Labor i31io|i.   ,  Highest Cash Pries P.iid fj,*  Hewitt Bosluck. JM. P.. came in from  the west yesterday morning and will  remain here to-day.  Rev.   J.   G.  Paterson, who will con.-  duct the services at the Presbyterian  church on  Sunday, arrived this morning   from   Vancouver1.     Mr-. Paterson  lay.-; claim to the niostextensive travels  of a. missionary,  having been in Scotland',   England,   Ireland,   France,- Denmark,   India,   Belgium,    Switzerland,  Russia, Finland. Burniah, Persia, Tut-,  key, Cuba, Mexico, The Fijis, Friendly  Islands,   Andaman     Islands,     Japan,'  'CriiU'd  States,'Canada,  Cape  Colony,  Transvaal! 'Orange Free State,  Natal,  I'jgypt.'Quilanmne, Delagoa, Bay, Jed-  dah,   Zanzibar, West  and South Aus-  tralia,   Victoria,   New   South   Wales.  Queensland. Tasmania,   -New  Zealand, j  .Madagascar, Jerusalem, Norway. Chili, j  Peru and Equador. ' "I  All hliiitmen!*-* are eviuiuiiod, by mo u������  soon as they arri\e. l'l-ompL returns a.->-  hiired. ]Jriees are too liigli to warranL  holding goods for any length of time.  ��������� You' should koep posted oji. tho returns  you get from       ' >  G. \V   BALDWIN,  P. 0. 15on 901 Agcul for ,1ns. Ullman  Winnipeg, Man.  ESBB.  6-  ii  Cleanliness r\  is next to* Godliness."  If  Wedding* Bells  Twp weddings  were   solemnized  in  town  Lhi^>  week, Dr. Paget officiating  rin both cases.   'The fir.-it took place on  Tuesday   evening at  the  residence of   j .Mr. Hugh Bruce, brother of thegroorn,  .Mr.   Cieoree Bruce, of Vancouver, who  Bi ing the   lii tie   one-   to   h-ar   il^ j Wfls p,,,,,^, U������c| l,v Mr. K. Bvrnril.   The  sweet   nm.-ic    printed    bv    Lgberi������ , br:(U% Ml>j!  J;ine  j{obJr  Specialty Co.. a high   class and   novel  The fir;t shoot in tlie rill^ corn-  pet iLion takes place on Lhe ran ire tomorrow afternoon.  enteatainment.  Wilph  Mlli  Ji   ',v,i-- in town Tiii*������l.'iv  having  coule 'up fiom the "-outh the  previou*- night failing to fnak'? connection with the we-t bound train..  The fare from Revelstoke to Tiout  r.iki-and u'turii tm Mio-e, ,it lending  11:.- i el.-bratiou w ill be Sio. ID. Ticket-  lor-ah  iDiiiorrow .it exeor-.-ion r.rl>"..  Ser\ ice- at. St. IVie--"-* (,'linrch of*  I'.'ngland wilt be: Holy cornrunnio').  .S a. in.: rriiittins with .-i-cond c-^h-bi-.r-  tion and -i-rmon, I! .i. in.: Stiti'lay  .-ehool, -:'������1 p. id.: chor.il I'veri^imr an'l  -"r miiii, 7::io p. iu.  (lilbci't N'U't hey arid ���������1l)iikc" fji-nni- '���������  -lilt, l\\,(l olillinic llevcl-lckc bo\-.  -l,*'\.-iiil .mil |iiii-'*i uf ihc -. -. .Millie,  u i*i*,' Im ik imj up iild liii'iiii-, in lnwn  ve.,it,'rd.i\ while the I km! h,i Ik. ing  io.ide'I.  ina Thomson, of  Orillia, Ontario, was assisted through  Lhe interesting ceremony by Miss M  Corley. Aftpr- the knot had been  securely tied the wedding party partook of supper provided by Mrs. H.  Bruce. ,  "SVedding nuinbei' fwri look place on  '���������Vedueaday aft-'r-rioon in ,St. Peter1'���������?  Church. The1 principul-i in this happy  all'.iii" were .Mr. \S'illiam Kii-by, Mt'M,  (iffif1.-!1 of ihe.s. S. Ilo���������hind, and .Mi--  Helen lleniieua AV'oodiMiw, si-tor t,o  Mr.   .lame"-   I.    Woodrow,    and    well  vou   want vour   scavenger"-  work done' in a-clean ancl  -  economical   way   send  card to      ������    .     : -   .  FRANK SAUNDERS,  ,'"'   ���������   " Revelstoke Station,  The Fped Robinson.  Lumber Co. Limited.  B33Sffi9E$ESl  On_ and lifter (his dale our prices foi'  cut firewood will be as follows :  (forfhdrtrfh ^(^<^t*^f$>r^ffo rfafarfcr1fot$r!(������b (farfa&.tfa(farfat&<&i&rfatfar$}  t4?  r4  Goods for tlie Season.  ���������^ We  would, call your attention to the following goods at our usual <������������  f^>   reasona'ble j*)i ices : t^������  r$>   OV Sfttvt'x, one und In'o liuruor-<: li<'fritj<ti'(ti<n's and /*���������'* C/'cdui Freezer*:' tfa  otb      , .Sri'i'i'ii Doors <<nd H'iiirlaic* : (Iiit'cniii;.id  JI'/'/v1 A rljiurj.  4* Everything for the.Lawn^-������=ssss^  ���������������.���������'.������������������ - ' M<jwi-r<. Sii'ii'lex, Shciiix, //(���������������*��������� and Spruyn,  <$*- STARELLS TOOLS.  fa ,"':������������������ .' Hardware and-Tjnsmitliing.  tip  W.   M.   LAWRENCE,  Ladies 'Opstumes^^*^^ .  .-jd-inch   lloniespun, .all  wool, tin.1 newe*-,L goods for Ladies  '   ' (���������(���������-(nines   in   darki ajhd  lighL grey,   daik and  light fawn.'  . *. " Call(aiMl see Llioin.^A. *    '"     ,,  New Muslins^:^^^. -:     ''���������'., '    ���������   '  ���������    'ySf  ",, New spoiled niu.-]in for ladiessumiuerdi'esses. Choice goods.��������� w*  Ladies Summer Vests^*^^^   ,    ' ,f'  We   have   a   verv   nice   line   of   these just arr ivod.    Price W *  15c,to 50c, '        ��������� ,'Kra  0$ Ladies Hosiery^^^^    . ^ : ���������   ���������'   ;        w  $k Npw ladies cotton hose, fast black, prices 15c  to 35c." KW;  ^'      ,    ,    ���������'. CALL AND,SEE  THESE.GOODS- ^  ^^^^^^^���������^���������^^^,^,^-^,^*^'*^,^^^-"^-,^*^'^*^^^y>:*������  "FT* "T" ^-^ "T���������T T  Fresli '.Cod,   Halibut,  Salmon, ..Etc.,  Smoked  ' Fish & Kippers a Specialty. ���������     ���������    -  ti < > ���������  Family Grocers, r and Produce Merchants.  iAVAG  Second   Street,  .CAREFUL ATTENT.ON.  H   MAYN  ���������FIRE .& LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS, ��������� ' '  " p,J--s&s������*-^sNOTARIES PUBLIC, 'ETC.  FIRST.   STREET,   REVELSTOKE.   .'  THE'SPRrNa STYLES  ^ __ arc: beauties'.    The   Spring   will   be here before you  'know" it'and   you   will   be   uncomfortable with your  heavy  winter suit.      Pick   our your pattern now'and  haye your Spring* Suit in time.  New Spring Styles in Woolens.  OZRIE! S SIMI^ICsT,  First Street, Revelstoke.  $1  per  cord at Mill *  ���������delivered;  Prices Cut for Cash.  <{  P22������������������&3Z1.2&S  Fred Robinson,Managing Director  Now and Then.  Tli'-i-'1 f-otuc-a I iine riou* and r hen wlii'O 'H-'i'V jjcnl ii-ii'i.m   I'im-Is Ihc iiei>d   of an  ��������� ���������v- fplloriall}' ���������-( yli-.li a nil v.-cll-put-l '''.^-l h'-r '-iii.' nf < lo! lie-.   The ncca-^idii  in.i \  he   ,i    U'ediluit;.  lii  .1     I'.'Ct'pt Hill.  fiMK I ion.    'I'll it   i*1   Ih*" lime   It, avoid   a  .iliov e all i illh'i'-. to >;i ve the order' In inc.  I'ttir riev   "i'  f li,ince  -miii  /il.  ol hei- iiiipor-l.iiit.  That, is Mr" lime  R.S. WILSON, The Tailor,  Our Assortment of  CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS,  STRAW MATTJNGS  WALL PAPERS,  DRAPERY GOODS,  Etc., is thd Lsrgeat in the West.  Samples Free,on Request.  S��������� Victoria, B.C.  Large \,ii iel y ot Florida and Toil*-!  watt-i.*-. pt'ifuiii"- ,ni(J tacli'jf, pnwrk'l-  ,i|u',n-. tiss-h fi tit) .--tioiig ,it Caii.ichi  Di-ii" cc liuok Co.'-> Fii'VHl.-atokc,  McLennan,. McFeely & Company, Limited,  WHOLESALE HARDWARE I w^'ir at  and' Tilitift.       MAJESTIC  STEEL -.RANGES   for   Hold   and   Family   use  Miners' and Mill Supplies.  Vancouver,  III! HI p'Mflt������ d    [)'/  r)'J   l'\     JPltlhlllll'lll    lo.ii's.  HEAD OFFICE '    -  UraiiL-hu:-! aL. D,iw.-,un (.'ily, Allin and Butinett.  British Columbia,  MONTKhAL  ^V.^^. .ir������>T.so.v MACPHKHMtx,  F-'re-.       S.  ll..Kiyisnr .Vk-f-Pi-es.  J.\.MKrj   HUJOT,  General   .\I UiHt'i'I1  Till!  pnr.y  Fi'ed ['')liin*-.on r^ninhcr" Coin-  is having considci-ahlc lo-^s  l.hi'ontrh high Wiilcr as (licit- l-levelsioke  mill uil! pi'irhahly c-lnse down for* a  chcii L I imc hcing unalilp lo ^rcL i'i-.,"-*  jiuiii Ur-s ^Vijs'v.aru caiiiji,  pat j) up capital  rfsf^rvp:        - ���������  XTicrnl ij.'inkiiiK liii-'ini'-f-i tr.in-ficlij 1,  J, D, MOLSON, Manager,  ��������� - $2,170,000  /,'\5o,ooo  fiilti-"'-)! iillfiUfd fin tlr-p'.^iis nt i iirrcal rule-,.  ' UEVELSTOKE, B. C.  THE! B.*C.'ASSAY AID'JHEMICAL:.SUPPI,Y CO. (LIMITED).  (r*n.tti.3laciFa!'J,*uH" &) Co.)     .;.   '  ::y".'.'.-y ' VANcaavE'R,- -a c.  ���������-Wean'Maiiiifat'CiirVK rind dihjc,^* Jwiparlcts, ijncl -cni'l'V. ,a largo slock of  B.ilnnws, i-'iirn.-r'fP.s-F-'ii-e Cla'y'gowI.s,'.iC5<:iViit.ilic and Pral-tic-ni Books, Glassw.-nr,.  Plalinmngoods,Acids.Cheinicalhcf-iiMiniollnii'A.ssavoi'sapd xMiiifr-'srecprireinents  Sole AgfeiVfa"for"iId7]gan'Cni'cihie Compivut;-"J3attcTSL,:i, Becker Sotra' Biil*  iiiiLi---, ctr.  Catalogue and full paiticuljn'= stnt on dpplic<iLioi).


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