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 Vol. 8.-N0. 12.,  KEVELSTOKE. B. C, JUNE 28, 1901.  $2.00 Per Year.  Come, and See Our Beautiful Display  of Spring Merchandise.  All-over  BEAUTIFUL WHITE GOODS.  ' J t  Fancy   White   Muslins.  Laces,' Valancincs,  etc.  SWISS &'DIMITY MUSLINS.  A most beautiful assortment of ��������� these  fashionable goods in various colors at  ��������� ii, iyj4t so, 25 and 30 cents.'  ! UNDER SKIRTS. ������  ''   Mercerised Sateen*' Skirts  in 'endless  - colors���������All prices.  ,'���������'--' '  EASTER GLOVES..   .  ' ������ -*  ' ,     We sell  the famous Perrin's Gloves  ' - ' ���������Once worn always asked for.  I BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS.  'Just' to hand the finest shipment of  ���������Boys' Blouse Suits. These, are the  best 'made in Canada, and don't rip  anywhere. - "-  I MEN'S CLOTHING:  .   We have   just- 'opened up a   large  "- range -of ' beautiful'-'"' Satin-lined,' -All- If!  wool "Serge and   Worsted Suits, and M  .   marked  them  away-down.' -Call ancl  sec us befoi-e buying elsewhere.  m  Mc&enzie Avenue.  Appointment of Police  Condemned  Prominent   Citizens    Address   a  Mass Meeting of Trackmen.  A mass meeting of tlie strikers  and. railway union men was held  Wednesday evening in Selkirk Hall,  'and although the notice given was  very short the hall was crowded to  the doors, T, J. Graham occupied  the chair and'on the platform with  him ������were Mayor Brown, , Thos.  Taylor, M. P. P., J. M. Kellie and  ���������R. Gordon. In a few brief remarks  the chairman opened the meeting  and then called on-Jlr, J. M. Kellie  to address the gathering.  Mr. Kellie expressed his sympathy  with the men in this strike and  .believed they werciiot asking 'any  more than what they were, entitled  to. The dividends of, the ,C. P. R.  of late years- had been enormous  which showed the company to be  ���������in a most prosperous condition and  the men should share in the prosperity. The speaker in forcible  terms condemned the, provincial  'government for their action in  placing special, constables- along  the right of way, < As long as the  men .conducted themselves in the  orderly way which they have done  up to* the present, they would have  the sympathy of the entire community.  - Thos. Taylor. M. P. P., was the  .next speaker, and expressed his  pleasure at the opportunity afforded  him of addressing the _ .meeting-  though the occasion was neither a  fortunate or a happy one. Strikes  were to be deplored but at, timcB  were necessary. In regard to .the  appointment of the special' police  by the government, he resented this  aetion.'as much as any one in the  audience. The matter will be taken  up by me and sifted to the bottom.  He could .positively state that the  lin!c. Had no doubt' our member  could exonerate himrelf from any  blame in connection with the  matter. Mr. Taylor had stated  that this action of the government  was against his feelings and wishes  and he believed him. A petition'  was in circulation a* few days ago  demanding from our member nn  explanation of this matter and , the  speaker thought if this petition or  a fresh one were placed with' force  bciorc the government ,it would  preventthem or any future government from a repetition of this  action.  tlio chairman stated the gold'  commissioner had received instructions on the' 14th of June���������  3 days before the strike���������regarding  the appointment of special police,  and he wanted, to, know if those  nioh were engaged before tho strike  wai called, lie understood thev  were. These policemen were also  supplied with*- danger signals and  were practically doing the duty of  trafckwalkers aiid watchmen.  Ii. W. Edwards then addressed  the meeting after which a vote of  thanks was passed to the speakers  Exercises at the Pub-  lie Schools.  Result of Midsummer Examinations  for Promotion.  of the evening,  following  Incorporated Iiv act of Fuiliumenl 1855-  HEAD'OFFICE -. .-" MONTREAL  Wm, Molso.v MA'crHERsbjr, Pres. '    8. IT. Ewino, Vice-Pros.  , , ' James Eluot, General Manager   '  PAID UP, CAPITAL        ���������������������������- - $2,500,000  RESERVE ,- vv  - ���������- c        -,       2,050,000  gonoral banking business transacto.l.   Interest allowed on deposits nt current rate*.  P. MACBETH, Manager',  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  An Outsider's View of the Strike.  We, wild nio passive spectators nf  I he struggle between tin- 0. J1. It. nnd  its maintenance of way employees  must realize (hat the ordeily conduct  of the men is worthy of great prni-e.  Nulw iiliManding tin- fact tlui't. in Llieii-  miiks nre i epivsetitalivcs of many  nationalities they hit a unit in loyalty  to lhe (|d'*sti'hi at W-ii'*, and wc have  yet to hi! inl'iU'iiii'd from reliable source  nf /my defection,, true assertions arc  ni.'ide Ihroiigh lhe press nf men'ietui n-  ing to.lli^ii' posts vnliintiii ily Imt* what  credence can he placed in those organs  of informal ioii(:j) who not content with  llllelllii)il/llllli.-re|lle'ietil)liion tweevefy  Ine ms in their power'to iiliiMinlc llit!  Hymptilhy of tlie jmJilie nn well as to  fitli'iiipt to array one class of wot kmen  against, /mother hy appealing lo tlie  yniiily ,of members', of, the Jtigher  lii'tiiH'he-i of' skilled labor whose sense  .of jtist it-h.\yc.f��������� m��������� 1.:.{s" outraged liy this  despicable attempt to make Ihem appear as callous lo the welfare of Iheir  poorer;'.paid colleagues. Does1-..it hot  |v<|tiire skilled labor to perforin llio  'duties of trackmen, pumpmen, bridge-  ineii etc.'1/-' I* not the skilled lahor of  Hie engineers, firemen, roiiduelorsy  lirnkcmen as well as flu- precious lives  flf the piis-H'tigi'is dependent iipon the  labor w hirh is skilled ihoutflt of a lesser  degree of those who art' iifiiv trying to  ohtain from  lhe corporation a  recog  nition nf thi;iru rights' and remtmer-  otion snflieient to enahle them to live ?  Havo not these men heen busy in  summer's heat nnd winter's blasts  diligently examining the, roadbed tr  see that il is, lirm and solid, lhat lhe  elevation is correct, seeming, loose  spikes, tightening started nuts, or  ndjusling springing cunplinpf platPs,  hence it must, follow lhat there Is a  'common interest hot ween the motive  power men and those whose duties ate  to look after1 the maintenance of way.  We should not cuil up in our -shells  with nn it.'s-iio.husini*.������s-of-m(iie expression in this mutter hut as long as  wrong is perpetrated every citizen  should endeavor to effect a conciliation  between lhe two contending patties  and to this Hid it would he an excellent  plan to have u piililic'iimss meeting.  "MC.VKT."  Deafness, Noisss In tho H*ad, &c,  positively cured by IIARLEY'S EAR  LOTION. This new Rempdy goes  right to the actual seat of the di-vase,  and has effected such remarkable cures  that the greatest hope i** held out. to all  suffereis, no matter how had or longstanding the case may be. One bottle  will cure any ordinary case, and will  be sent, securely packed and post-paid,  with full directions'and.-'testimonials  ijpoii receipt of 81.OfJ", Older diieel  from J.VJIBS E. IlAKLliY, i'JSlOfkdale  Road,''South' Lambeth, London. England.  Lord Struthconii has dnnnled S10,-  (XKJ to the Pn-s!>ylcri;U) Church ei'ii-  tiiry ���������fund,  men   who were acting as special  coiistnblos will he paid by the C. P.  R,   With regard,to ,thc strike, few'  felt more keenly than he on "this  matter. Thirteen years ago I worked as a trackman near Pal User,, for  nearly a year, and considered I was  under-paid,   Cannot see now how  I lived on the wages I then received,  Had I been" then as some of you  arc���������married and with a family���������  don't  know   how* I could ��������� have,  existed.   The trackmen have   my  sincerest sympathy, Tlighei' wage's  produce a'higher class of workmen,  In l'egafd'to the bfitlgem^n, he was  not   acquainted   with their work,  but hoped their demands were  not  too arbitrary.   In  regard   to   the  conduct of the men. they could not  have been more orderly than  they  aro here, notwithstanding rumors  fo the contrary  which were being  circulated on the coapt.   Must also  congratulatc'the gentlemen present  on the harmony and unity which  exists among the men all along the  line.   He believed the prober way  to eoIvc the difficulty is  by arbitration, ancl the question will probably have to be Fettled in that way  yet.   Time, is not far distant when  compulsory arbitration will be the  rule   throughout   the    Dominion.  When   wc   consider   lhe    trouble  caused by strikes we must consider  the matter seriously and no better  scheme than compulsory arbitration  hns yet been'brought forward.  Mayor Brown was then called on  and .stated that he was entirely in  the dark regarding the main  questions., to be discussed. He  would like to hear tho true cause  why special constables were put on  in the fifst place and suggested  that', a . memorial be ��������� presc-lited to  the. government through, ..our  member asking' for, such 'information.':' Everyone in Revelstoke was  in sympathy with the strikers. He  congratulated one and all, on the  order they .had kept and if this was  maintained had no doubt they  would win. ��������� .' A r  R. Gordon then made a few remarks in which he said We should  demand from the governmeht: an  explanation'tis  to their action in  The following petition with  several hundred names attached,  was presented to Thos. Taylor,. M.  P. P., to lay before the government:  "We, tho ���������undersigned, constituents of your riding desire information from you through the medium  of the press, why special provincial  constables have been sworn in to  be employed in tho capacity of C.  P. R. watchmen. ���������       -'  '''-What grounds were advanced  for ��������� the authorization' ''of qnlisting  tho cervices ..of special provincial  police. ; ��������� '.   '       '   .   '  .'* liave you protested ? " ���������  The meeting, then adjourned.   >  The Waragraplh' K  -~u. ",._"* ���������<���������   ' ���������,  "The- /rllendanet* .at"the  w/iiMgriipb  moving   pictures  in  the opera house  last  evening   was   not  as larg*- as it  should have  ln-eii  considering  the excellence* of. the   en'.ertaintneiit.   ��������� The  audience, although  small,  was highly  appreciative,    The picture's were  well  shown nnd included   the late   Queen's  funeral procession, a number of scenes'  in  South   Afiica,   also  a' number of  picltires of the Boer'w'ar ai'id its heroes.  A large   collection   of    nilsci'Ilaneous  ���������views and scenes-add  variety  to the  eiUurlainmeiil.   Wr. Noel in his female  impersonalinhs   Hindu  it hit  nnd  his  dancing  was. particularly good.     Tu-  niglit the  Waragraph  Co. will give a  change (if programme presenting in a  seiies   of   beaulifnlly   colored moving  pictures the  I.iiry Inle   of  Cinrid'eila  and the  plass   hlipper.   Children will  lit! admitted this evening fur 10 i-enlSi  A. ~F.1l A. M.i  3rand  Lodcte- Mesting---Officers  for Ensuing Year.  The (biitieth annual conimtinication:  of the grand lodge A. F. it A. M. of  Brili.-h Columbia, which completed its  woik in I his cily on Saturday morning,  was in point of numbers Ihu laigest of  the {jr/ind lodges evt r held in this province, there being 117 voles recoided  as auainst JI.") recorded at the last,  meeting in Vancouver. The vNiiing  delej;������i.es were all ii]i'tnen.*-ely pleased  with Nel'-ioti /is a pi/ice of meeting. The  next, meeting of lhe pi and lodge will  beheld in Victoria. The following is  a complete liM of the i leclive ancl ap-  poinlive cfilcers of lhiJ grand lodge !  I'1. iii'IJ. Voting, AJ.W. gnind master)  E. E. I'hipmnii, It.W. th-puly grnrid  master! 0. En-or Hharpe, U,\V. senior  grand warden i \V. J. Dowser, R.W.  junior grand warden: R������v. C. F. Vales,  V.W. gin ml chaplin; A. J3. Eiskine.  V.Wi KiMinl ireasiii'i'i'; XV. J. Quiulan,  V.W. grand secretnrv; and E. Hunker,  gritiiil lyler; Thos. E. Woodgate, T. J.  Annsliong, Chas. A. Stevens, II.,P.  Millard, J.is. Stone, II. Uyie.*, William  Munter, and Alex.' Muffati, R.W. dis-  I rict deputy grand nia-tei1.*. of dislfic.ls  Nos. 1, 2,,!', ..I, 5, 0, 7 and .8, respect iveiy;  J as. B- Jnliiisoii, VV. grand aetiior deacon; A. Maxwell Muii, W. grand,junior  deacon; John S. Chile, \V. grand hup-  eiinltindent of work."; Itobt. .E. Brett,.  W: grand director of rereinonies; Jas.  Stlater, W. grand marshal ; Fred  Ii vine, W. grand"swoid bearer; Harry,  ' The closing exercises of the public  schools were held this,morning, a  large number of the parents and  friends of the children being present. A lengthy programme of  songs, recitations and drills,, was  rendered by +ho scholars, in a very  creditable manner. The school  rooms were tastefully decorated  with flowers and flags and presented a gay appearance.  'itOU-iS OF HONOR.'  Division I.���������Fred Uurquhar't, deportment; Bessie Lawson, proficiency; Lulu Patrick, regularity,.  Division IL���������Gertie Lawson, deportment; Arthur Bennet, proficiency jNNellie Bain, regularity.  ��������� Division III.���������Agnes Blackberg.  deportment; Allie Bain, proficiency;  W. Kei'naghan, regularity, ���������  Division IV,���������Ethel Blackberg,  deportment; Mabel Hay, proficiency; Maggie JS'ealou', regularity,  Division V.���������Esther, Floyd, deportment; Duncan Kennedy, proficiency; Ida Robinson, regularity.  Division* VI.���������-Maude Simmons,  deportment; Ruth Brown,cprofici'en-  cy; Laura Johnson, regularity.  ��������� Following are the names of those  receiving promotion, by divisions:  ���������>     ���������'  DIVISION i.     ���������  ,To High School���������Hallie Brown.  Bessie ��������� Lawson,  Laura "Whitmorej  .Edna Neild,.Ernest Hanson,'Frank-  Guerin, Marion Adair. '���������; ',",-��������� .  <��������� To Fifth Class���������Pearl Rbblhson,  Hilton Kcarns, Hilda Hobbs, Lulu  -Patrick, Mary Edwards, Fred Ur-  quhart,,Walley Clark, Grace Somes,  Clifford Corson, Joseph Morgan,  Joseph Howson. '  To Senior Fourth���������Xornia -Mo-  Nab, Eleanor, Paget, George Petti-  piece, Alfred Field, Walter Buck-,  Seymour "Hillier, Noil Lee, Delia  Morgan.       , o  DIVISION u,  To Division L���������Nellie Daniels,  -Winnie McCrury, Earl Pettipiece,  Annie^Hanson, Percy Dunne, Homer Bolton, Adclc Leveque, Robert  Caley'.  ��������� To Junior Fourth���������Arthur Ben-  net,"Gcrtrude '"Lawson, Grace Gordon, Harold Burridgc, Emma  LeveqiK-, John Fraser, Ray Eraser,  Josio Ainslie, Hazel Buck,'Benny  Dickey, George Sonice, Annie Paf-  mer, John Smart, Flora McCruay.  To* Senior Third���������Eleanor Bell,  Nellie Bain, Maggie 'Calder, Edith  Cooke, Harold Guerin, Kathleen  Fraser,' Maggie Daniels, George  Loughccd, Charles Gordon, Mattie  Calder, Gordon Keariis'and Dalton  Allen.  DIVISION III.  To Third Class���������Allie Bain, Geo.  Hay, Tom Wilkinson, Tcddie Guer  in, Violet Robinson, Agnes Black  berg, Fred Robinson, Robert Mo  Rury,   Alma Burgett, Olive Bell  Abrahamson, Frank Bourke, Eva  Doyle, Jennie Keniaghan, Ada  Robinson, Stella Sweeny, Kenny  Wilkinson.  division v.  To First  Reader���������Duncan   Kennedy,     Frank     Tapping,    Esther  Floyd, ' William   Picard,    ,_Mamio"  Fleming, Eric Coursier, Merle Cal-'  "dcr. '      ���������        ���������    '  To Senior II. Primer���������Olive Robinson,   Garnet    McMahon,    Lucy  Match, Sam  Parson?, Howard Mc-  Nab,  Ivan'Sutherland,  Bert Donnelly.-  To Junior' IL- Primer���������Harry  Floyd, Robert Charles McRae, Reginald Wqolsoy, Walter Ernest Rob  inson, Charles' Williams, Stanley  Kca'rns, Charles Ernest Smith,  Elsie Cooko, Mary Manning, Edgar  Bruce, Leo Sqlloway, Enrle McLean, Daisy Urquhar't,, Ida Robin-'  son,'-Frank Daniels.  To   Senior   I.     Primer���������James  Lawrence, Mary Scott, Aimee Gro-  ,gan,   Alice Bell, No mi an McLecd,'  -Cora Lee, Lilian Lee, Eva line Join.-  son, Leon Coursier.  DIVISION VI.  To  Division   V.���������Ruth   Brown,  Charles    Ault- Procunier, ��������� Laura  Maude Johnson, Elain Doris Brown,  Ma tide Simmons, Richard Bolton,���������  Wallace-   Irving    Fraser,    Flora'  Forbes,   Alfred ���������'Tapping-,   Maude"  Robinson, Edmairc Morgan, Char*  les From'ey, Cyndrene Mutch, Ma'r������  gerite ' Broiviv    Couolly  Trainor,  Margaret   Caldwell,   Le*on Benoit,  Francis Erenet,Ediia Corson, Fred  Goddard, Oscar-,Hanson, Charles  Wilkinson,'Bert Kernaghan.  To Senior Class���������Rita Muriel  Doyle, Rita McAdam, Donald Mc������  ,Rae Calder, -Minnie 'McMahon,-  Thomas Fleming, Es'sel Ainslie,  Dalton Sweeney, -Lyda Steed, Frank  Home, Marjone Young.  A". "SVLUVAJf, Principal.   -  ��������� JItss a. Smith, 1st Assistant,  ... ,**-! Miss A'.'Edoar, 2.id -'  ��������� Miss S: V. RoDijrSON, 3rd  Mis j W. J. E. Creech, 4th "  " Moa M. Fkasbr,      " 5th '���������  GALL/HER  BANQUETTED.  Member for Yale-Cariboo Presented  -   With a Gold-Headed Cane.   .  Smith, W. grand sword bearer ; 0. P.  Clinton, .grand organist; Win. Lewis,  grand pursuivant;; and Ii. A. Bell, Jus.  M.'Harper, D. C; Alexander and John  w,'Crot|jvi>;jfRfii4ptv^i"4^*TriNHt''  Joe Ncalon, Hilda Tumross, Ephie  Smith, Eldage Morgan, Clifford  Ristecn, Willie Kernaghan, Morris  Anderson', Rose Match, Leonard  Howson,  To Senior Second���������Annie Corson,  Jncky Sibbald, Fred Young, Bertie  Lawrence, Willie Booth, Gertrude  Dent, Howard Coleman, May.'  Bbulay.  To Second Class���������Nellie Robin-,  son, Clifford  Urquhart, Lucy McCarthy,   Arthur   Caley,     Johnnie  Caldwell, Alex McCallum.  DIVISION IV.  To Junior Second���������Emma Allen;  Ethel Blackberg, Edna ���������'Bruce, Mamie Dunne, .Willie Gallicanoj Elsie  Hooky, Mable Hay, Maggie Ncalon, Gnnnis Patrick,^  To First Reader���������Albert Anderson, 'Kathleen Anderson, Oliver  Ainslie, Zelia Brawlt; Doris Ben-  net, Ralph Bell, Cecil Calder, Aubrey Doyle, Rheta Johnson, Daisy  Matthews, Gertie Matthews, Albert  Matthews, Albert Morgan, John  McRury, Ernest McMahon; Eva  Thompson, George Woolsey, Laura  Hobbs, Sandv McRae,  ��������� (Ottawa Free'Press, lSth.) ;  Joyful was the greet ing at the foslne  board at the Hotel"Cecil  last evening  when the fellow guests of XV; A. Gal-  liber, M.P. for Yale-Carilioo, tendered'  him n complimentary dinner".   Thetu  was a large number present and n most  enjoyable time was spent.   The menu  was excellent and the card wus unlqucr  It, was prettily'arriiiiged with fiivi n  coverintr   healing n harp  and   on" one  corner was tied a piece uf lead.  The following was the menu :  Anchovy Salad.  Cansoinine Vermicelle.  Boiled Sen Salmon.    Tarter S nice.  Minced Chicken on Toast with Spiuacb.  Iloast Spring Lamb, Mint Sauce.  Emerald Mayonnaise.  Deviled Crabs in Shell.  English Plum  Pudding.   Ice. Cream,  Assorted Cakes. Strawberries und  Cieam.  Cafe  Nolr,  ' After doing full Ju-.-iii.-u to lhe repn t  a pleasant lime was spent In  speech'  milking.   A.  E, Lusiei   was chitiirnan  wilh Mr. Galliher ui his right and Mr.  Gf-imliugpr lo hi*.- left.    In a bbort com-  plimentaiy  address   Mr. Lu-seiet   pro- ���������  po.-cd lhe  health  of the guest, which  wit?   heartily  llouorid.     Mr.   Galliher  in reply made a ypeech in which he re*  viewed the happy .sojourn lie had made,  in Ottawa and assured  the gatheilng  lhat he would  take back  to I he cotst  kind   rerollrclinns of   his many gt������ul  friends here,    II h hoped lo ret inn next  ��������� session and  meet (he same old  boy^  who have tendered   him  this banqueti  Complimentary speech"!* wevi' delivered by R. II. Moir, VV. A. Hopkins. H,  McDonald, Colon-l Jubnson, J. M. Mc������  Cromliie,  Dr. MacCai thy,   C.F.King,  ���������H. W. Ma}*, James Templeton   and J,  Buchanan.   At  the ronrhision   of tho  speeches  0.  P. Gallagher,   who   wan  vice-chairman, on behalf of thu other  guests  presented  Mr. Gnlliher with n  gold headed cane.   Mr. Galliher in re  turn thanked the donors  for their gift  and  hoped   to return  to the city ami  Hotel Cecil next session.  Mr. Galliher is extremely popular  among his ns.-ocia'es and-during his  stay in the Capital made many fi jeqtlai  ^Wh'^'M^'*  Rffi6S^9S3Bf THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  +.  Zbe Ikootena^ HDait  I-UIJUSIIKI)  HVKHV I-'I'IDAY.  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ubsarlption   Prieo,   $2.00   Per   Annum  ���������ADVKISTISIN'G It.\TIi5 quoted on application.  JO.'! IMUNTlNG of overy kind r,lmo4 reason  able r.ilc- -".nd -shortest notice.  ' ACCOUNTS fitr job printing or advertising  ii.iy,il>lc on the fir-it nf every month; i-ub-  sci'iption-i p.iy.ibl*.* strictly in advance.  COillMOdl'ONllKNCK invited on nil nutters  of lnuiil ur nubile iiituri'M. All -.-ominunici-  tion- lo the I*Mitor ititi-t bo nccoinpanicd  by tlie name of the 'vriter, not neeuswu'ily  lur inililiciilinn. but ii un evidenci1 nf  gnml fin'th. t'orre-pondeiicc nuii-t rrnvb llu*  cilia* by Tixsilay cvcnlnif in onlet1 lo liml a  jil.tce in the lirst issue of the "M.ui., niter  receipt.   ' ' "  Address  Tin-: Kootenay Mail;  llevelstpke, U.C.  J', 0. l)o"v Tn, KcvcI-'loke Station.'  Telephone No. '!0.  CITY AUlCNT-s. '  . ropits of Tin: Mail may be obta.'aed from  the iullou'iiii,' city ngeiiu:  .1. W. Kr.NNl.TT.    ���������  0,       C.ix.iui Unci; .v l>oo;c Co,  i.i1'. li. Wki.i.s.  in the London market some fniir yeai"-! | just   completed   a    month's*   tour   of  Kootenay an:] Boundary, acconipanied  by iheir Canadian repiese'utative,  Itowlnnd Jlacliin, of this city, and  express themselves as highly gratified  wilh their cordial reception. The  I'ennelf fuse is already in use in most  of the big mines in the inteiior, and  the single bit di ill., which Mr. Ilol-  nian succeeded in placing in many of  the i:-.ii,*es:7pioniises to leap inlo g. eat  popularity.���������  In comerstion ^e-terdny .Mr. JIul-  mnn slated that not'i'niiy did he re  gard    the,   ptesent   \ i-.it   ns one whieh  l.OXDOX, i:ng��������� AGKNTV.  'Jhe Jinper.'iil Type Foundry Co., Umiurt.  Atlvcrii-.intj AkciiIn A High Street, Hrenlford,  London W., Kngland.  Kuropciin and Colonial Advertising Ageney,  I'l Fleet St.   ���������  TOKONTO AGKNCY.  . Ceil trill 1'rcs.i Agency, Ciiiiitdiiin, Advertising  Agency, Agent*-.  ' MONTllKA]} AGKNCY.  'A. Me Iii m & Co., Agents.  .Liesbdratn Advei'iising Agency,  .-i Sl'OJCANJ-: AGENCY.    ���������  Alexander ic   Co.,  Advertising Agenl**. 311  I-'u-m Ave.  .SAN I''IIAIS'L'1:8CO AGKNCY.  'Ii. C, bake, lii and Oj Mci'el.aiit- Kxeliange,  Agenl-.  NK\\; YOKIC AGKNCY.  Ileiiiington Uro-., SJli Broiulwny.  CJIICLT.ATION.  Tin-: ICooti-s'av Hail Ihi*- ;i flr-u-cln-i-! eir-  I'liliilioii in the l.'itv ol KeveKluke and .-.ui*-  riAinding iliiliiel, an-i alio at Hie following  Iiliiees:  Allien Canyon lileeillewael  . (ilituicr      .'-    i.        Kogei*. I'.is-,  Golden Salmon Ann  Ai'i'mvliend Tlionibon'.-i Landing  Uo'inaplK     ' Ciiniborne  ' Trnut Luke City Kcrgiison  Jlaleyon IM ."jiaings Nukiiip  ' ISurtnii Cily .Fire Valley.  J.  W. CROSS, IU. V.  BUKGEON TO Till! C. I*. H., CITY IIKAJtTlI  OJ-TIClilt.  OIllcc1 'J'uylor Block, MnckcnzieAvonuc.  II  AllVEY &.Mc(JAUTEIk  , JSAHIMSTJiT-.S, SOLICITOUS, liTC.  ;*go liy Mr. Or.int-Govai), the so-called  Cecil Rhodes of JJt itisb Coliiinliia, for  ���������t sum approaching two million pounds  steiling. Among the properties  acquired by the concern weie the  Wa vei ley and Tangier mines situated  twenty odd miles from Albert Canyon  in the Illecillewaet country.  Glittering pictures nf the marvelous  wealth of these mines word held up before tho astounded eyes of the gieat  J3iiti-b public, and people fairly  tumbled over one another in their  nnxieiy to get in on such a brilliant  oppui lunity.  .    - IJ1G I'.L'IJCIIASES.    '  To further increase the confidence of  the investing public no less than $S0,-  (KIJ Woi lit of most expensive machiiieiy  was ordered, shipped and paid for.  Nearlv five bundled men were put to  work building a load from Albeit  Cinyon lo lhe mines and in clearing a  lownsite. V.i-t quantities of provision,-, and slores of all soils wire  obtained and a slat I was made lo get  'Ibe mni'liinery and plant iu to tlit-*  MTiie of operation.  KICADY IMli dl-ACIi'mili.  The clTt'Cl of all this on lhe maiket  may be imagined. One pound shaies  jumped to thirty-two shillings,, and  the lamb, seemed ready f.u the  sliiughtir'.  ll imiy seem incredible, but it is  nevertheless a tad, that all this was  done without a thorough examination  of the properties having been made.  'Managers," engineers and officials of  diffeient 'kinds were engaged at'  princely salaries and lhe end was i:o't  loig in coining. A few tons of oie  were taken from'the mines and then  the crash came.  .Tin-' pi opeity i was left just as, it  stood. Scattered all along a twenty,  mile route were portions of valuable  machinery, comprising a fully equipped sawmill, a compressor plant and  lhe he.-t concentrating plant in the  province. The stoics were similarly  leit, but the hulk of the property was  in sheds at the canyon.  The    iinfurlumilc    stock hokleis    in  England bad   the sole  satisfaction  of  knowing lhat   their  money  bad  lieen  'spent on lhe best of evet ylbing. <���������  nOL'GIITTUK PLANT.  The pivpeily has remained Ilicit*  ever since, hut tnis week' negotiations  were concluded between the liqui-  daloi1*. Messrs. Wilson, & .Seiikb-T of  Ibis cily. mid the owners of the Marble  Hay mines of Ti xada island, for a  transfer of the entire plant aud stock  ��������� of ivet ythitig in fact except the  claims I he'inselves and the ' buildings.  This includes the compressor, sawmill,  concentrator and   hoisting  plant and  INSPECTION Ut\M ETA LUKE KOUS MINES  iNSJTcrons' Di.*~tkict.*".  .ri"YIIE Inspector.-; of ?.Ic-lallif*rrm:s Mines .vo  X hereby a-signed the following as their  respective Inspect urn Districts with headquarter.-������s noted. Snob as-iiKiiment. totakeplaco  from Juih! ijlh, HWl. until Inrther notice:  , ���������     ,.  ���������-,    | AncmiiALD Dio:r, Itispoctor.  IJCtH-IU. to I        Headqunrter*;. Cranlirouk, oflice of Deputy  himself, but from   a petso'nal examina- "Mining llecordei  -ARGE   AND   WELL  LIGHTED  - ���������I'AKUK    AMJ     WI'AjU     UUHH1S.U  I SA.MPLE ROOMS.   (Icated by  "^^������ hot air and electric   leit- en  light in every room.   Free bus meets all  trains.  ,   REASONABLE  RATES.  Night Grill Room in connection for the  convenience of KUCotf. aiiivuiR nnd departing by night. trainH. Hourly street  car between hotel and station.  JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR  , REVELSTOKE, B. C.  would  lestili   in    financial  lion of the. mines, he was impressed  with the. belief that Jjriiish Columbia  in many respoMs, is a far better field  for lhe investment of capital than the  West Con-it of Africa, where so many  hundreds uf.thous-inds of pounds sterling have been itnested bv British  ,n,    ,. i " i  CM pi III lists.  Unfortunately neither of lhe genlle-  nte.'i can prolong their stay in Victoria  as they an; hooked to sail oti the Britannic fiinn New York on July 3rd,  but, Mr. ]lultnati intimates that he  will return' next year bringing'Mr?.  Holinan wilh him and will make, a  leisurely lour of tiie province, wiih  which he has cetiniiily fallen iu love. .  It may bo mentioned incidentally  lhat I lie IIulinan firm, which conducts  its business in a quiet corner of the  old land, captured a special gold medal  for power drills at both the Paris  exhibition and lhe Gieater Britain  exposition.  The, Canadian* general   agent,  Mr.  Machin,   has   been   ' grained    "ihiec  'months' vacation in  recognition of the  ability with   which he  has pushed lhe  business of lhe firms indicated.  st  ion  A Terrible Explosion  "Of a gasoline stove burned a l.idy  here frightfully," wiites N. E. Palmer,  of Kirkinan, la, "The best docti rs  cou'dn't heal the running sore that  followed, but Bucklen's Arnica -Salve  entirely ciued her." Infallible for  Cut**, Corn*,' Sotes, Boils. Bruises,  ���������Skin Diseases and Piles. 23c. at the  (.���������iinad.t Drug and Book Store.   ���������   '  Inspection District sliall comprise all of En  Kootenay and al-o Goat, River Milling Divisic  of West Kootenay.  In addition lo the duties of Inspector of Met  nllii'eroiifi Mine-". Mr. Dick will iiImi act a-* In-"  ���������ipector of Coal Mines within the ���������iiiine District.  J AMI'S McGhkook, Inspector.  Headquarters, Ollice of Mining Recorder,  Nelr-un.  Inspection District shall comprise all of Weil  Kootenay except Goal River Mining Division,  mid   also  tho Grand   Kofi;* nnd ICettle River  Mining I)i\ 1-lions of Yale District,  Thomas Moko.w, Inspector. '   '  Jleadqtinrici'*', Government llnijdl'ijin, N"a-  n,iiiiio.,  Inspection District, Vancouver Island and  Cons.1 District.  Mr. Morgan id cUo Inspector of Coal Mines  for this District.  Xotico is hereby Riven of such In-iieclion  Districts and that in accordance with tne "In-  ���������ipeclion of Mutrdlircroiis Mines Act, lit)7," nnd  Amending Act1*, notice of accident** to employees happening within any of buuIi Districts  must be promptly riportid both to llieliihpec-  tor of Mich District and also lu the Miniiter of  Mines. Victoria.  In mine-* not included in the above Districts  manager*, will report, in duplicate, to,the Min-  i-iter of Mines direct, who, if lie consider1* it  necc.-ary, will assign nn Inspector to specially  report,  Ilinnkfoi'iu-? upon which to mnke report.-". of  niich accidents'inny bo obtained from theln-  'spefior of tho Di-triet, from r,he Miningltc-  cordisr, or upon npplioation to this ollice.  IUCIlAUD'McDRIDE,.  Minister of JlincH,  Dopariincnt of Mines,  CthJune, 10J1.   - j^*-.'  WHOLESALE  "W"y ���������  wine  EVELST  epehant  ���������  THE CENTRAL HOTEL  BROS.  NOTICE,  Oki'icls :   Molsonsi Bank. "IIlock,  Klvi:i,*  HTOKf, 11. V.  Monoy to loan.  Ollice1-: Uevelstoke. 13. C; Kort Steele. It. C.  OilO^S. Mcd.vriTEii. J. A. H.-.iivii.v.  ��������� ItcvclMokc, JJ. C. l-'ort ritccle, II. C.  T   -M.. SU01T, B.A., LL.B.      .  'B.UiH13TI*:i..    SOLICITOK,    NoTAHY  -        i'cm.if, li're.  McKenzie Ave.,   -   Itevelsloke, B. (J.  Saves, Two from Death.   ;   >  "O.ir little daughter had an almost  fatal attack of .whooping cough and  bronchitis,'1 write-i "*\Jrs.,\V. K. Llavil-  and, of Arinonk, N.,Y., " but. when all  other, remedies failed, we saved her  life with Dr.'King's New Discovery.  Out niece, who had Consumption in  an advanced singe, also used Ihi-; wonderful uiedicin? and to day she is perfectly 'well." Desperate throat, and  lung diseases yield to Di. King's New  Discovery as to no other medicine on  eat ih. Infallible for Coughs .-ind Colds,  ,"().���������.  ami  SI.00  hollies  guaranteed  by  ! .ILii Me Bay properly, has -cut an  ex- j the Canada Driig and Book Company.  I pedilion up  the   line  in  Ining iu  the j Trial bottles free.  ' iii'.-u hitiei y nt. once, and it  will   be set j   ��������� ���������   ���������    ������������������  I upatTexatl.t at the eailiest possible J Help   WailtSCl.  j tiioiiK'tit.���������Pro\ iuce.* ) ___  ! n, , ,   ,m ft- '     One   Ironer   and   one     General  | Dldn t Marry for Money. -Laundress   for   Revelstoke   Steam  !    The Boston man, who lal'-iy mai tied . Laundry.      Good   wages   to  profi-  machinery,   all   stores   and    suppl'ie-*,  wagon-*, .sleighs  ami   harness.    .Mr.   J.  ! J. Palmer,   one of  the   owners of  the  sicklv  rich  young \\ cm.in, i.s happy  cient help.  A-.  II. IIOLDICII  low. for  be got  Dr. King* New Life ��������� R       j  f   ^   gt           LaUIldry  Co.  .-'ill--, which   restored   her   to   parted    J  i i  : l:  ' health. Iiifiillil.lit fur Jaundice, I3il-  liuusness, ibdaiia. Fever and Ague  and   all Li vet   and Stomach  troubles.  Gentle but effective,     Only 2-5c  ANALYTICAL CUfMIST AND  ASBAYKIt. ,     ���������  Royal School of Minos, London.  Seven years ut Morfa \Vorks, Sw,an,ipa.  Seventeen  years Chief' Chemist to *\Vigan    C.illiida Drug and Boux .-tor-.'  Cnr.l and Iron Co., I'.ng, n  J,ite Chemist unci A.-wnyor, Hall Mines. Ltd,, ��������� ���������*- ���������  Jvvary dcerlption  of tis.-ti.v and  analytical  work undertaken,       ���������   -  Claim-1 examined and reported upon.  ItKVliLSTOKK, It. C.  the  TMDWAltD A. IJAGGEN,  ��������� Mining Enginhdk,  (Mem.* American In-titnto Mining L'n-,'iticcf )  (JIjiii. Ctiiiadl.in Miniiii,' In^tittuc.l  BEVELriTOKt:, B. C.  K-iiiinhiiitiuiPof and n-port- on Minora'. Pro-  portiui a Specially.  HIGHLY GRATIFIED  Two Prominent Englishmen Express  Their Opinion of B. C.  /'From Vis lor i.i'Time-1  There are at pif-enf in the city,, I wo  genlleniPR..1 "ho whi'l<' 'heir visit to  British   Columbi-i   and   in  Victoria i-  X0TICI*: TO niiMSMi'Tons 0V CKONVN.  LAND.?,  nilfKii'tlenllon of I'lveniplors of TVown lnndi'  1 in hereby culled lo .in iiiiienilinent to the  '���������Land Ael." p.is-rd .it, the lasf, ao-slun of tlio  Legisliitiire,' whteh proviiles as follows, via. :���������  .'0. l'rc-einiilors-of Crown lands, wl-cthcr in  arrears in pnjinent of itist.tlments of pnreluise  money or nor, who uf-tho tinie uf coiniiiK into  foreo'of this Act h.ivc obl.iined f.Vrtilluntcis of  Improvement, or who shall have ohtn!ned Or-  liliciitos uf IinproveniRiit within twelve montli*:  thereafter, slmll on, eonl'oi'iiiiiijj with the provision--, of tho " Lund Act," except ������s hereby al-  'tered, he entitled lo obUin Crown grunts'of  their pre emption elnini-i upon completing payments of purclMso money nl I borate of seventy-  Ave eents  per aero,  nnd Crown  Kraut fees,  'wliicli-pnyments may be made lis follows:  "eTwctitv-Ilvo ecu ts pur Hereon or before the  ,    ..  31-stday of Dceeinhcr, l'Jili  "Twenty-live cents per aero on or before the  IJClh dny of June; 1032;  "and the rrmnininy*������������������  "'Twenty-live- cents por aero nn/u'before tho  '��������� 31���������t  ilny  of December, 1S10*", and without-  any further payment of intercut or arrears  of interest.'- :'���������'���������','���������'  ^._-���������-=i.-,- XV. S. GORE,    '"  Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Worki-  Lands nrtl Works Department.  .��������� Vietorift, U.C, Lit Juno, 10J1.     0     jl*i-4t  ,-clnflft  ry   respect*.     All  , modern conveniences.  Luige sample rooms.,   Fire  proof   stife.'    Free 'bus  meets all trains.  Under same management.0  QUEEN'S HOTEL,  TROUT LAKE CITY  McLennan, McFeely & Go., Ltd.,  WHOLESALE HARDWARE, VANCOUVER, B.C  carry the largest stock in B". C:. of all SHELF & HEAVY HARDWARE.  We arc HEADQUARTERS for Railroad Supplies, t Mining Supplies, Mill  Supplies, Builders' Supplies, Painters' Supplies, Harvest' Tools, etc., etc.  We also carry a large assortment of Tabic and Pocket Cutlery. -.GEM  SAFETY RAZORS. ��������� , '      /*"  We Invite Correspondence.  toi-iiijient Distribution of Stump-  ���������   iris Powder". ' ���������'  CARPETS,  ART SQUARES,  RUQS,  LINOLEUMS,  ������������������WALL PAPERS,  CURTAINS,  ETC., ETC.  Everything to furnish a Home in modest or elaborate style.  Write'for our 1901 Catalogue���������free. It contains 1000 illustrations, all priced.  Complete Furnishers,  Victoria, B. C.  ��������� :   THE... P^aSPECTOjaS'   EXCHANGE  No. 4K.~-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. <3.-.  OoW.'SIlvor-TjPiid a-ul Copper Mino������ wanted at the EXrHANUK.  ]''KI'*IC AIIMjING QOI,U properties wiuitcd ut onuo for Knstcin investors.   ' .���������������������������  I'm-Ucs im viiiij mining jn'opurty lor sale uro requested to send samples of their ore to tho  EXCHANGE for exhibition. ���������   -  All siinipHi*- should ho .sent bj" express, PRKi'AII). ,, ���������.,���������..���������..,.  Correspondence solicited.   Addrcas all commuiifcnl'IBiis to '...,...       - ���������  ���������  NOTICE TO CON'TRACTORS  - C'oLi\MBi.i n;v.-r. "vVagcoiV Ro.\d to S-Mn.i:  ClW.l'K.  Cr.AI.KD TKVnnRS. .-uprr-cribed "Tender  O   for.Uon'l. '.nit! h" ��������������������������� e<-n ed by >'. G. J*'iiu-  Fiiniioro denlroin of   b-iinjn suflpllod wit!)  Insiing poird-ir nt. 1  eunobuln blanl: forms for requisition Irani the  bliistinif powd-111 nt. cost prl'-o for cleiirliiK luiul,  eunobuln blanl; forms for requisition Irani the  scereliirioa of tiie i'ltrmera' Jiiotitiiteo as lol-  ffjicr. y.'fi . (Jo1.c:*i.i)i"*>t. -\h'eni -it He\tl.-itokp,  u;j 10 iif.cni r.n .-'it'irj.iy. lhe i'Mh l.i-t.-uil. for j  the eo.ra!riiotniii nod enriiiiuiiuiiiii of the Col-|  m:i!i),\ It,*, cr W.ijjrfon 1-icid lu  8-Milo Creek, | n<'r.  . Heni'V Hills Albcrni l-'urni-JM Iiistituto.  Albernl.  J. A. II.iHIdoy, Comas Ipii'iner*.1 Institute,  Snndwiek.    . ��������� (  II. dell. Mcllin.Covrluhan FarmOM' Institute,  Sonienosi. ;  John .Stewart. Niinaimo-Ccdai' banners'In-  -ilitute. RlarU'.-ji'ro-tsiiijj Nanaimo.  J. II. Smart, ^letuho'-in l,'ariner.s' Institute,  Metchosin.  C. 10. King, Victoria Fannors' IiiHtitutc,  Cndai1 Hill.  K. U'u'torj Islands Fanners'Institute, Ganges  ILirhor.  JO. A. Iji'own, De!t;i Farmers' Institute. Lud-  Teloplio'no ?Co. 101. , P. 0. Cox 700.  ANDREW F. K03ENBEXGER, KdSOD, B.C.  i-i 1,  Zbelkootemy fiDail  .TKIDAV, JL'Mi "JS, 1C01..  siiiiiiin'y    11   l.u-iiiH-s   niipj uro   vi \'\\  iif".-(>fl   wi:h   iIk;  11,  P'iIpii-  11,1'niy (if tin; Piioilii1 jiin'iii':'' I lint  ilicv 11 in iikcly \i> 'jw* il. ih'1 l)''-l l.i'nl  nt" i-nl- ''It i-i'liii'liL nilliili-.'   tlif-1 \''|-\' class  in Kii^'.iitd   whose   iiuciiti'iii   ii is tie-  siiiililc lo -'iii'-t,  Tli(J  j.'ciiilciiifii   ri-fcrr-Tj   to .'irr1 XV.  1'", I'.i'iincit, ������i-iiiim iiii'ini't'i' fill lie fiim  Ot'     Will       JJoillM-lf,     IS ill1-    iV    Co,   llu*  I'.uiiousc fuse iiKititifidun'rs nf Can-  lion.c, Coiiiu-;!I, ,111(1 J. M. Iliilniriii,  1 f ll'ilin m J"ii;s . tin1 wn'A kjunvii  111 inut'-ntuicri of ail kin-Is of mining  ���������inncliiiii'i y.  Tut' laM nif iiifiincfi  finn Ins ,1 \\ idc  111,1 r kc-1,   iinjliidiiiu'   1I10  "WiMt C u������i nf  ..,.-. 1 Afiic-'.   Tr-iinwiiil,   Di.uii, Aicrcntin ,  * , , .   'friii   S ilva-.Vj', C"<tii  Kkm aiifl Infli ,  Granf- Govern s    Dig   Splurge   in \ Mr. Hoi.n.m'*-; /\*\i to p.riiMi ciun. ,  n   r-   n      11 1 i ''''' ''iLS '"r  ''''' PnrP0Mft "���������' p''1 "���������""''} '  ' -'   ~'J   "OCQlleu, introflui-iny ili������ f.ininiis llolmnii P"\'������'i '    R'flc      IJ| ill,  pOpll'-ll I /     1  ll'M'll    ��������� i  t  if  B111 k(������������������ t Dull ]{o-.p.\f'i", tin3 pnMti'n  InU'i'f-.-t in the- .-licit but, pjippnrMe ��������� icciijii^d \,y Mr. Holin-111 i.s r.iihfi 1  ln-tory nf tlie 11'incf'i n knmvii ;i? t h��������� ��������� unit]ur-, ns for tufrily \cni.S past lie '  CJuldfi/'IHs df Drilisli Culimilii.i will lis- 1 lias harl tli.nj^c of contrafis for evers  icvivi'iriiiciilly liy lhe news llial, llu* J Inrpff- tin iiiinc in Cornw.ill. Mi"i'<.  I'Mlji'c I'l.-iiit, I'lirclirised. ,sonic yc.'iiH Holm,111 niciil.so. Iiii^m -sKicklioltJcrH in  ;i������n;ii:[k i-lmi/^od h.-i'iidd iincl will nl j llic cclclil-alcd Doluoalli tin lu'incs, th'f  la.-l lie pnl to a iis'ffnl  piiipo.o,'  in  aid-   Jurist in lhe   world, Ujp.   workiii^'s. of  II. I3odu, Surrey Farmers' Institute, Surrey  Centre.  A. II. P. "Matthew, Langley Farmers' Institute, Lniitjlfy.  Ale\-, I'lulip, Ulehmoud  Fanners' Institute,  Vniieoii'i'cr. 1  A. JI. Verohuro. 'Jlldsion Fannors' Ifmtitutc,  Ml-iiou Cily. , .  O. "-V. cii,il,.iy, CiillllwMjk Farnurs'IiiiSti-  lute. (Jlillliwnuk.  ....... .       Win. Green, l-Cent Farmors'InstitutCf Agas1  ;ioii In do I -ii/..    .iiti.iMcrl 1    J. M.  Wi-i-stcr, M i|ilo Ftidgo Fnnuurs'InsU-  'ur,   1 lu rjijr'j i.f iii.-iiu 1' .--fill Midercr-Mvii; b? I tui-", \\'cli������ter'i Conn r".  r< niii!"i iip'i'i ������������������ uM.mjf i,t K-iii'i.iet. J    John  iJall,  .Mat*>pn: l'",u'in?i's' fn-.Litutc. Ab-  '"; i' J,<-!i,i*'lm'-''i  !������������������ 1,11 ov'iii'l t'j ;w"A ���������>>. tl.e 1 hot-foi d  i.h-M c ItC'vcJ-toIiO.  Who- nnd -!.������u,fi.itions can bn jcen at the  oilier 'if lijc: Gfimriiintnt AkcM al Kcvelhtoke,  on an'! aflor Monday. Uic '-'-lti"i Instant,'  Ti-iider- h'PI nia 'j" con-idcn-rl unlci nuido  on: on 'lin form-' -uppl.O'l. ilscm-il with the  nctiul *.i���������'iin|uic������of >h; tcii'l'Ti i1', and in-iom-  ri.iniol l.y un iwc "'t'l'l cli'."-|'li' 'in a ilifirliTCfl  Imnk ')! i niiiidn. pa.'able '' ti)'-i:mlei*.!Kii"d.  for 1 he. s",1!, o' ������U ll'.iiulr'fl (i>i('l ���������'i/ll.ir*'. whloli  i'. ill ho 1 ���������..���������:! ilid if iii" pnstv o n.if-ririjf docliiTj  1,1 i'i.|i r 11,1 ������ '���������fiinrni ' -iidifli 'ii'Pd  -'), rir If !i" (nil lo con ))!*. O' ' in1 u m  ^���������ILIJJ^ILiliaW.tl'.ilMI^UI^WMMIWMI^^  The lNVia-pfr-SuoE is made on the most modern last; and  is the most handsomely .fin.ish.ed, g*ives the best satisfaction, and  costs.no more than the ordinary everyday shoe. You need not  consult a corn doctor b.\it,-$urchasc a pair ��������� of Invictus Shoes  and your corns will-.disappcar. Made by George A. Slater  ind sold by,- -   '���������       .. . "   . ''  ������t or tiny t< i.n-.'i  D'-jiMJ' ("ol'llji.  W,       C'JltK.  ���������'.iy,'.v v! Irtiri'!**  W.-,i  I'.'iton, Oioyooi, F.iruieis'Jiihllluto,  .S,i.i|];iitiu!iseii FarinarH1 Instl-  Waverley & Tangier  Plant to be Sold.  rrr  inj; in the ilpvclniiincnl of IJiilish  Col-  iitiilii.V.*' iiiin.t'i'iil I'j'Sfi'lii't'i's..  11 \vil;l he , fir cm lu'1 ed lhal. I lie Oold-  wliic.li  luivo  pciiofl  nre   over   ,'-",000 feet d(;cp, and  kr;('ii    woikrd   frorri   a   ranoU:  '���������||"M?'������>TjrHi?li VvliimOiii. wii? -ilvui'i    ���������'���������Mwflf., ^111^. (mi-J .Wvlinrtii W������  "If wishes were horse's  beggars would ride."  Goodintentionswon;t  make good shoes.  Good materials and  relfableworfc cost money.  "As good" shoes can't  possibly b^ retailed for  Ii-ss than the i<A;ik<-r;'  price, stamped on the  soles of-*-  "The Slater Shoe"  ���������{'������������������j' 11,1,  w. J', if--"-*":.'  lilt'.', ,'iMII ���������ll'ull.'  H. "ii. AIoC'un*.-, Salmon, Arm Kiinner.i' Jnsll-  tiifo, .-inliii'ii) A1 in.  .1.  1'. sniliJi,  liiiinloop-.  I'^rniei'ii' Jn-itiliiU',  Killll 'I'lfH.  If l'.-i-i'.v lbjiigL*. Oliuimifnn iMirnierd'Instl-  tut'-, Vei 11011.  Or i''. 0. I'liUTiler, Clji'oniineiit Aai'iid Hov-  el-loke.  J. I!. ANUttUSON",  Ilcpuiy .Minlr-H'i'of Aifrleulltiri'.  who are also dealers in Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Leather  Goods, Crockery, Glassware, Clothing*, Men's. Furnishings, etc*  ,Front-Street, Eevel^oke, B. 0.  \'".'.:.'  ���������'W,1'  D';'-.irtmr 1 t of AffiM.-u'toiv:.  I   . Vi.ton.i, ll. C.) Miiytil), VJY���������  STONE)  a*.  ably furnished -with 'the choicest the market  affords;.     Best*--Wines,' Liquors, &"Cigars.  ���������   Rates ���������$ 1 a day.'"'" Monthly, j:atc..       ���������'��������� .,���������*,,,'        ,,.'.'.'  ALBEET     STOdSFEj:-- KRQ3?..  Vj~* '  ,"(ioo<fye-)rWd?fil'r   ;     IV  0. B. HUME'& CO.  Q-unsmith and  Machinist.  Over  Lawrence':*   Ilai'dwarc Store,  REVELSTOKE.  All clashes of repair and. m.nchinisf ���������  ���������.'. work���������j^omptly attended to,   .-���������  Wholesale and Retail  .'  .   .   Meat Merchants.  o*  HeacV0fce,vXbMtpiri;and.''0pi4' Storage I  mujimmmanummimu THE KOOTENAY MATL  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15A-P. & A.M.  starting June  iolh  will  make the  run from coast to coast in  .ours.  Cli������ap rates now in effect to the,  Pan-Ajnerican  Exposition.  For rate.*-, tickets, .Ind full iiiformntlon apply  to ' ,      "  The rejjularincetin;**--  are held in the Masonic Temple. 'Uonrne  .Hall,  on  the   third  :.Momltiy   in each  'mmitti  at    8 p.  id.  VisitiiiB   brcllirc-n  cordially welcomed.  <G. S. MoCAKTEH. Seckktahv.  REVELSTOKS LODGE, I. O. O. F.. l**o. 25.  il.*&^-<?������        Ketrular meotinars arc hold  --���������AtA,.   in oddfellows' Hall every  Thursday niefht at. ei^ht  o'clock. 'Visiting brothers  cordially welcomed. ���������  K. W'ATERSON'. X.O. J. A. STONE, I'.S.  II. N. COURSIER, R.S.  SELKIRK LOBGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets every Tucsflay  ~fi*A ^IrrssSfts. evening in Oddfellows'  i-mh*      ������,j'i ^=������v jinw  at   s   o'clock.  Visiting breihren cordially invited to attend.       '      '  J. MATIIIE, Sec.  A Beautiful S3������ravlE--j o:  A, E. KI.VCAID, X. G.  LOVAIi  T..W. BRADSHAW,  ���������'   :   Agr.t,  Revelstoke.0,  E. J. COYLE,  A. G. P. A.,  Vancouver.  OOBAN. STEAMSHIPS  . Royal Mail Lin so.  CliottpeBtKouto to tlio Old Country.  ALLAN LINE-From Montreal!"  ���������Parisian     '     ' '���������   Jnlygll  Austn 1 an        ���������       ��������� . ��������� u - ('" 12t  c ������������������-iiiLiiidii   !  *-V'.  Tun sinn W"  DOMINION LINE-From Portland.  D.miinion ' - ' ' r ���������' ^".S'^,'  Cn-nbi-oinnn      -     ���������            ��������� '  /% '.'  Voiicouvt-i Aug. 3:u  DOMINION LINE���������From Ilostcui.   ���������'  Commonwonlih ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� J"'.v *rJ'  X'iw E.igland ..... " -1/cli  Common wealth '  3UI  ' '"' 'BEAVER LINE-From Montreal.'   .  ViMiM '     ���������     ���������'       July oth  Liivi* Uinmplnin "   1-tJ1  J,nkoMcKiuitic "\ J.?'j'  Lake Superioi ���������"..'.  tSUi  Lake Ontario A us. ind  Pa-Jienpers ticketed thronsls to all parts of  Qrout Uritnin and Ireland, and at specially low  nue-fto nil,parts'of the European continent.  Apply to nearest railway or steamship agent-or  to  T. W. BRADSHAW, - Agont,' Rove'.stolce.  TIIMIE    TABLE  S. S. " Lardeau."  ��������� Hiliming between Arrowhead nnd Thomson's  J/indliiK commencing Juno 10, 1'JJU, will sail as  follows (weather permitting):  Lcavo Arrowhond for .Thomsons Landing  tnul Vonwplix at 7k. dally. ,'  Leave Thom.-on'n Landing and Comaplix for  Arrowhead at 17k. daily, connuotiiVtf 'with all  ('. P. II, traiiwaiid boais.  ' Tho ow'ncm ronorvo tho right to ohango times  of siailinB.-i without notice.  THE FRED HOWNSON LUMIJER CO. LTD.  ���������   '-      * F. KOliiNSON,  SInnntfitiK Director,  r. RINGER,  C. K.  03ANG3 LODGE NO. 1G53.  Kcsular incelings aro held in  "tho Oddfellow's Hall on the  Third Friday of each month, nt  8������.,m. sharp, Visiting brethren cordially invited.  TIIOS. STEED, XV. M,  XV: 0. MIINEY, Itcc. Sec.  COURT MT. EEGBIE  1.0. F, No. 3101.  Meets in tho Oddfe lows  Hall on lhe second and  fourth Mondays of. each  month. Visiting brethren   Invited to attend.  K, D. J. C. JOHNSON,-  It. 3.  For Only io Cent:  All over the world ih.'se pictures will be sold  'Nunc knuw her bit: lo love-her; None named  her but w pr.iise." There aie ion million people  in the United .-'tntcs and Canada who will each  want one of the1*? beiiuiifnl piclurc*. Thty am  lull siK*-*. liKii. No exprn-'o ha-? been i-jrm-d  and the picture i.*= well worlliyof a handsome  frame. Agouti can nol! 100 a day. .-"ample*-, b.v  Mail, po-,t ]aiid. 1 v.  1 dozen pictures, ~3c., sell for SI.20, profit Im.  ;>'} pictures &'"������)    ���������'      Si.W    "    S2.<m  liaj       " fo.03     '"      Slli.OO   "   ��������� 8.-5.00  Hotter order 100 at one? and -trike while the  Iron is Hot. The liinc Ui sell jjoodfi i-- when  the people want them.    They want them now.  HOME' NOVELTY FviFG. COMPANY,  P. O. Box 518. Cept. 081,  li^  CHICAGO,  Attack of Boyal Canadians at  PaardeliePff.  To, Striking   Trackmen at Nelson.  pi-*i-ii ijj*-. h'i\v lur re.-ic-himr and impor-  l.nsii i iii*. si rngijle i-. Vou ar*-* making;  lii.-lmv  inurli  f.ihiei- than   von think.  He Promised   the   Assistance  Miners Federation  cf  The present i* a timo when war picturi? nre  In greater demand ihnn ever. The conduct of  the British "oldierson the baiiletleld lins won  tho plaudits of admiring nations. "Woliiue  of great expense published tour large, beautiful  pictures, size 211x24. on Jicavy, fiuperllnc, calendered paper. A picture that will commend  Itself and send a tnt'lU to the heart of every  trao Canadian i-i the one called Attack of  Royal Canadians at Paardoborg. there a re  literally hundreds of figures on this picture,  tho mountains or kopjecs stretching out into  the distance ore swnrmirg -with men, while  hero nnd llicre a pro-xtrato figure speaks only  too well nf the 13oer riflemen. It was on thi.*,  battlefield tho gallant Major Arnold met  death unfiinchiiiifly. It is only too true Ilmt  many of those gallant ln-nrts that beat ku high  when .the cheering thousands bade them  God speed as tliey sailed from Canada's shores  now lie still forever in lutiely graves on the  other sido of the world under African skies.  To every Canadian heart. In overy Onna-  dian homo, tho deeds of their brave soldier  boys spealc with, an irresistible thrill ol.  Patrlot'om&ndprido, Gordon Highlanders at tho Bactio of Balmont. Charging  tlio Boor Guns at KUindslo-agtc, and ths  Charsro of General French's Cavalry on  the Retreating, Goaoral Cronje's Army.  These are all stirring pictures and cannot fnil  to commend themselves to any one who will  examine thorn. They aie RfiU HOT SELL*  ERSI Agents coin money, llig profits.  Enormous buccpsr. < no agent sold liS in ono  day. -Sample and terms 25 cents (none free) i  four for (io centu; 51.60 per dnr.cn i 26 for 52.76 |  oO for 55; 100 for Sil.JV Write today for a  dozen and make money. ,  HOME NOVELTY MFG. GOIVlPAflY  BOS 513, Dopt, CS1 D  >  CHICAGO, ILL  i^u;M'..������wiift,u~^t^.:<^.������^^  There Season Of. It.  There  isn't  one   reason  E. W. B, Paget, Prop, ���������'. ,  r  P-ruiiipl di-livery of piu'cel.", bnggngs,  etc., to miy purl of ilic Ciiy.  Any' Kind of. Transferring  "WePiaken,.  '"'.  All--nrrlits luft al R. M. Smytbe's  Tnl.nccM Stoic, or liy 'iVJi-plume, No. 7  will rt-u-i-,i\R'pi'uinpi iiltrutiuii.  <ttS0-Q&^&^M^''^&^&-&&&&^':4  ,*9 A  '$  Patronize Home Industry   (l  $ AND SMOKE  I Revelstoke    ' j  i , UNION LABOR. j  JBov8lstoke..Cigap Mfg. Oo.'yj  ff ������  |J.: nsvelstoke   Station, j-i  y 61  - there are  dozens   why    our    work   is'   better  *.than..vany-(other-  laundering,   works.  Come in and sec how we ���������  doit.,    See our .machinery,  nicely and .exactly adapted ���������  /to every need.   Our soaps,'    '  too, of the best, long tried   _ ,  and proven good.  F.'BUKER,  PROP.  Kootenay Railway & Mgaton  ..Company, JMed.  ���������   ������������������     NOTICE.  Mr. J. II. Oniy having resigned his position  as I.niul (Joinintsnioner of thin Company, nil  I'oniiniiii'i'iitlons in reforcuce to Kn-lo -Sr Sloc.iin  llaihvity'C'oinimnj-'*) lands should bu addressed  to ���������  IIOBT. iaVIKfij  " JMunnffOi'i  KiihIo. IU',.,  *Mii}'3im, lOCli  , -���������"ii .'"'0=lt  i Special Cigars..!  UNION LABOE.  Buy Only Unlon-Mado Shoes  *������sjSTeRS������  Tbisslamp iKed l>y die JOHN Mc-  PI1EU80N CO., Liinltprl, of Hiimil-  ton, llio rinly Union Factory in Canada  Rubber Stamps.  fii'der-i  far .liiililmr ���������.Slaniiis  snnt, <lr  ntHco of. Ih1?. KcKj-tRNAY'M^i  .(j,/^H}lj?aU<<l..wUH������fp|������w  iw Per  '111, l.o I'llO  Firewopdi   . .  i - *      7. ���������  Firewood from tlie Fred Robinson  Company's mill supplied at $2 per  cordw.prompt caah with.prdeVyjE. Orders may'be left at the mill office or  at my yard. .   ��������� '  R;~ SAMSON.  NOTICE,  ���������--fc-klHte ���������  ESTAnLISHME.S'T OF l'UBLIC HIGHWAY.  TAKE NOTICE tlmt ihirly d.iy-i nftcr ditto I  Intend to upply lo the Chief I'oininMoncrof  Lands & Works lo catablixh u I'u bile Highway I  omuui-nciiiK ������t a point about ono liundred nnd  fifty yurdH ������wt of tho bridge nn tlie lllccillc*  wnut, Hottli'ra roml; tlienee about u qunrlcr of n  mlk'iioitbeily hIoiik the foot of the bench io my  pro-emiillnn, Suuili en-t. qunrtor section '20,  toivnshlp 23, UnuKu 2.   (3cj. SO, Clmp, 1I:J).  Dated ut Itovclntoke, 11. C, thin Mill dnyof  May, 1001.  C-Jb THOMAS, LEWIS.  * - Size 16x22.   s ��������� '  One of llio most beautiful pictures in  colors. .Upon a background of Pure Solid  Gold rests the Family Record in the  shape'of a handsome, volume with Gold  Clasps upon fi. cushion of crimson velvet  ���������with a'beautiful gold taGBel. On'lhe  pages, under dtiTiTcut headings, tire spnees  in which to writo tho nntne and date of  birth.. On cither side i-i a beautiful scroll  on which.to record inarrliiKC**, awl .deaths.  On top of tho, pioturo aro the, words,  ' Family.Reoard," In tho richeut lettering  known to tho printer's art. Under this arc  ���������-puces for father's and mother'--, pictures,  In (.hi' lower part of the picture is a brau-  iifui liomo 3oena, i he doar old grandparents, tlio handsome, stalwart liua-  oaad. nnd liappy young wife* the loving  daughter and Baby Doy���������tiie'idoiisja  grandchild-arc .ill puberal around the  table, wliilo sjVnndtntlior rends a portion of  God'D Koiy -Word. A truly beautiful  scene. Underneath aro tho words, "God  ' Bless Our Famliy." Around 'his picture  aro oiKht spucc-i lor photographs ot other  nicnibbrs of the family, each space enclosing  aifoni flower piece. Klsewhoro on tho picture are .iciulend creep.iik vine, Inidsiiinl  blpssomsin rich coniusion. tho whole resting on,, and thrown into bold relief by lhe  corgcous background of Solid Gold which  produces a picture of darling beauty,  AflrMTO NOW'13 YOUIl TIME, OurI  AuIIm I O rcgullir iiricc U SO colli*, bill tn  aifv olio who Beiiilfi tiii-", advt, We will boi d  one forUoonnin. uur piiul) .to tiKcnlh 0 fur  ���������JI'; 50 for ?J1 I0U lor gU.ftOi ^Ve pnynll  cliiirgos nnd rjiurn ninr.cy for unsold pictures. N. C. Jookbon. i-'ilmore CilJ'i boUKhl  373 S-U.7.-S. soM them for hnlf price, 25 cents  each, in 5 daysi making SSl.v'j clear prollt.  Can you do butter?  Icslimoliiuls and want  Wc havo SiOOO  yours.  Add row!  HOME NOVELTY MFC.COMPANY  ��������� ���������   Dopt, C31 B, ?. O, Box, G13,  * CHICAGO, ILL  ���������Baker, Confectioner,  Caterer, Etc.  Choioe  Groceries.  Graham Bread,  Wedding Cake a Specialty  Mnil  <"nl������r<"  |ii'omplly and  can-fully ntli'iuli-il Lo.  p, o,''Mia mmmi,p,c  JaS. !���������  BUTCHER.    .  i  Retail Dealer Inv^ajja*^^.  beep; pork,  , MUTTON, Etc.  Pish and Game in Season.  All orders promptly filled.  KtVCLl)iUl\L,   D.   U.,   aiidKins-ftreetrt.  I ... ���������  i   WANTED.-.  Agenls for Kootenay and Vicinify  for the sale of hardy lines  of standard fruit stock,  small fruits, ornamental  trees, shrubs, etc. Terms  0 liberal.   Apply now to  PELHAM   NURSERY  COMPANY,  l oronio, Ont.  Notice to Subscribers.  Tlie-proprh-ior of tho Kootk.Vjiy  M.MI. re-  qvwtfi suHcrj������Y?r������ to iid.vi.������P hfont ������������}��������� irfCffUi  ILL. Edward Boyce, president of the  Western Federation of Miners, addressed the striking C. P. K. trackmen and sympathizers at Nelson on  Tne:-day evening, G, J. Clayton,  president of tho trades ' and 'labor  council, presided, and in,a few remarks introduced' Mr, Boyce who  said;���������  I am very glad indeed to  have  the pleasure of meeting with you  this evening, althovgh I am  rorry  that I am  not' better prepared to  speak to you upon this question. It  is,   however,   unnecessary   that   I  should at this time attempt to go  into   a   history   of   the   difficulty  which now confronts a part of the ,  railway employees   of   this   great  corporation, but, friends, it is very  easy for a laboring man  who  has  had experience to speak on  this  question.  I take it for granted that  there is ho difference whatever between this stri'kc or'lockout, whichever you may choose to ,call it, and  any other cohtcst'between organized  labor on the one hand  and organized capital on the other,' They are  all the same.   But there is one fact'  connected with this strike or  lockout which is gratifying to me above  all .things'; something which  gives  me pleasure and  delight to  know.  What I mean, is'this!   I um de-  lighted'to 'know that although 'the  old brotherhood, composed of the  men employed in the other departments of the i'aihviuvalthough  not  actively . engaged  with  the trackmen, are certainly   in   sympathy  wilh them.  0  1 must say, in  connection  with  this, that up to  the'present time  the railway  men in this   respect*  have been neglectful of their  own  interest?.'   I must say that heretofore it \vas Unfortunately true, that  'the,engineers and the conductors,'  who were receiving   wages   above*  the trackmen,  did not appear to  realize that'the trackmen were identical' with   theiv   own     interests.  Heretofore they apparently did not  realize that the reduction of  the  wage ' standard   of, the   trackmen  bore as heavily upoif themselves as  upon the trackmen, and for this  reason !    Because they were skilled,  because they were men of a required higher grade of intelligence, they  did not realize that by' reason of  any reduction ill the wage scale of  the trackmen their own positions  were in   jeopardy, and  that they  had a common interest wilh the  men who tamped "tho ties or the  melvwho built the bridges,   I am  glad to know that in this strike  this has been changed, and that  these men arc all in sympathy with  the tl'nckliien.,   T am glad' to know  thi?) because  I know that  some  time  ago tlio trackmen  tvei'c despised, not only by their employers,  but  aho by their associates who  happened to receive a dollar a'day  more than thev did:    When I say  this, I a in speaking from experience  because I remembel1 when I worked  on  a railway and  held that very  exalted position of s-hoveling coal.  At that particular time I happen to  know full well that the engineers  and conductors did not   consider  lhat they hud any interests in com*  mon with mc whatever.  I am glad to know that at last  the workingmen have been .brought  to understand that a union of all  forces is necessary,; that, in short,'  it is the only way ih which we can  hope to successfully combat our  enemies, Therefore, although nol  prepared fully to speak upon this  question, 1 feel so pleased wilh  the change which has taken place  ihat I am almost tempted to continue ?��������� peaking,  To,, all the mMi who are in the  sound of my voice, and who have  altered upon the present struggle,  I say stand firm for your rights at  ;he present time, for God Almighty  knows you have nothing to lose and  everything to gain. Your jobs  count for very little, Most of you  have been hunting and struggling  all your lives for jobs, such as they  arc ; but now, after all those years,  how much better off are you than  when you first began your search  and struggle? How much better  off are you than when you first  started out to f.c*ek employment  from this great corporation?  I have here the schedule of wages  paid and tlie advances asked. Tbe  ���������scale* of*.wages paid is reallyamus-  jpg- * Wej^ It >*Qt fey tty pri'Oiip*  ness of it, it would make a hermit  smile.. Switchmen $60 per momh  and they want $70, bridge foremen  $3 per Jay  and  they  demand  -M. j '-A-1'* ���������������������������������������������������������������' ���������** ���������������������������������- i'*"' distant-.vl-en you  i.-mil I will p-fss nway. lint tliose who  I (���������(imi* after you will liless you for llu*  -���������tand you arc making. Yen are ���������.tnig-  glinfj nd I'd' yoni-si-Ives alone but for  lhe bench'l of humanity, and thosf*  i,iil)oiin<; men who strive honestly to  het.ter the condition of tin-it1 fellow  man are doing a noble and splendid  work indeed. Kpiiieinbet- the cyea of  lbe winking people nf ihi1*: whole continent, a i-i! on you. Every move you  make is watilicd carefully a������,il ciirnept-  ly in thu hopu of your ultimate  sumiss.  section foremen ������T65 and they want  $70.    Then we come to the section-  men.    They are  getting $1.35 and  $1.40, and they demand as much as  $1.75 per day.    The  only thing  I  am afraid of is, if these sectionmen  get all they ask  they will die with  gout.    Gentlemen, in  reading over  this schedule of wages which is paid  by the C!P.K., and  the wage.-;  demanded  by its  employees, I must  confess  that I cannot see any injustice in the demands that have  been made.   I believe, gentlemen,  that your demands _ are reasonable  and fair.  'I believe that,your demands are   honorable,  and ,as  I  stateel.   before, you at least have  nothing to fear.    Even by  losing  your positions in this struggle for  your rights 1 think you are ahead.  A man who will continue to work at  $1.-10 per clay and, struggle to support himself and family, and at the'  same time expect to enjoy some cf  the comforts'of this ..life .must soon  awake to the fact that he is making  a serious mistake in thinking that  he can do so.   How-long would the  men  who own  the stocks of this'  railway   exist on $1.40  per day?'  They would'not attempt to do so  for 24 hours.   This- is an occasion  when you are entitled to ��������� the support not only of the men who are  employed with you in the other departments of the railway, but of  the support of all the laboring men  of Nelson and of -this entire com*  munity.' All ai'o as, directly interested in this strike as are the trackmen themselves.   To you, business  men  of  the city of Nelson, I say  that this fight is your fight, not-'  withstanding the fact that you are  afraid to,call your soul your own,  because your hand is hi the lion's  mouth, the mouth of tins great cor-'  poratioli.    Nevertheless 1 say-the  time   has  oome   when  you must  stand with the laboring irien. There  is no middle ground to take.   The  line is now clearly drawn  between  organized   capital - and .organized  labor.   Will you   stand with the  laboring men who havo always and  at all times supported you? *= From,  whom do the business men make  their living?    How.,, much do they  realize from this corporation?. This  is tho phase of ^the question they  should consider.     They are more  interestedcthan the trackmen' themselves, because the latter'have been  reduced to almost the last notch in  the barometer of .existence.   It is  therefore   the   business   men  who  'now stand in danger, hence it is to  their interest to stancl by thetrack-  .meii in this struggle.   These stock  and bonholders are no respecters of  persons. " ��������� ���������  it * * *  MINING NOTES  Proipccloi'S find mine-owner*-, nro Invited to  contribute to t-hc Kootenay "Mail inform-  ntion of a reliable character regarding their  propertie.*-. describing* .lurfiicc thowincc,  development work and rusiiltsf'attciidinc: it.  iisatiys,' nnd new dl.-covcries. The editor  desires to make the Mail a meruit) of  furnishing to investor* reliable information  concerning the progrc.i-i and development  of the mineral rcnourcc** of North Kooicnnjr.  Gus Ili-dsl.min foreman' for the Du������  qncsiit-* M" ��������� ,' Co. left Wedm-id'iy  wilh i.i ��������� luoiinl force of men for ihu  company's pioperly on Smilhcrpfk.  ��������� Tlin total amount paid in dividends  by tin1 Payne. .Mining Co.' is 81,-t3i>,-  000, which is said to be the largest  paid hy any mine, in Canada. a  A larflo deposit' of coal bus l)CPn  discovered on, lhe east hido if thn  Kootenay river fr.om Thunder Hill,  Tin: coal is naid to beef  "outl  quuliiv,  Mr, ll'djih Sutherland, m.inai������in������  director of i lie Dominion Cupper Company stated in .Montreal (lie oilier day  thai a contract- has been avvardrd for  the' erection of a 100 ton smeller in  the Iloundary district. The lucnliun  will lie clecidud upon by the, ditectors  thin week. The smelter must Le  roady for operation, in October.   '  Mr.   ,W.  II. Jefiery when seen,tin's  week   wilh   reference  to hi.s proposed  scheme  foi" building  n  smeller heir,  said the  penplo  with vvhom he was in  c'cmiiuinicalioii   vviih     vvero   Cliicngu .*  capitalists and   have accepted the plo  position,,     Only   a few   details  havo  now   to  bo  arranged   to  have every  thing completed and  work'commencf-d  on    the   erection.       Mr.   Jefiery left  Wednesday morning for lhe. Doundaiy  country ������o examine a mining piopaily.  He.    will, 'return'.    Satuiday.��������� Kaislo  Kootenaian.  ' niCII ETC HIKE OX ,-RUITLKD CHCCKl-*.  On Tuesday lust O'e  Peterson ciune '  down from   the  Rufikd Giouse apro- ���������  perty    located   on . Trout- creek, with  some of  lhe   finest ore  which has \i t ���������  been 'discovered   in   the   camp. ,. Tim  ���������A  ]n our own eXpel'li-nce Wehave Found  that the money interests al'enofc s-nlis-  fie 1 even now,to use a common phrase,  to lake an even chance, with the people  In the legiMaUire-Mif lhe count),y. The  tnonev ini creels employ lhe shrevvde.-t  legal liiieiil. lhey can lo represent, them  In th.e courts* They also no fnrtln i  ami maintain a lobby not only at (lie  legMiituri-J but also- at lhe seat cf  national ^nvevninent., They employ  llui Hhrewdent and best writers they  tun get to represent'I heir Interests In  the pres*, ilinl lo shape public opinion  and blindfold the peophvlo Iheir true  iiiteresls. ��������� They even invade lhe sanctity of lhe church and hy their influence and manipulations endeavor to  control the tiiiuUli-'rs of the gospel.  Hi.t lliey go even fui'ther, and here  lhey strike at lhe foundation of lhe  stale, and endow colleges and libraries  in order lo make iheir impress upon  the minds ot the young.  We   hold   that the mini or woman  who   produced   a dollar Isentitled lo  what   he   or she  produces, and   until  laborers obtain  due tvcogniiion there  vvill'always  be Mrikes and there,will  always   be   lockouts.     Such   are   the  fiuits of the system of concentration  und monopoly.     I sincerely hope that  the  citizens of Ne.loon  nnd the entire  province will  iv.iidec ali t ie assl-lance  they can  to the employees of what is  one of the grealesUmonopolles on lhe  American   continent  in  their nvscnl  struggle for what at the heat is a mere  pillance in wages.    It is your lioiiudcn  duly to do so.     All 1 cat) sn} is thi.-,  ihal so faras I am concerned, individually and in   my, official capncilj, I consider it a  very great pleasure to do all  I  can.     And  I  have no hesitation in  saying lo these  men  who are making  such a  noble and  magnificent   stand  that   the   Federal ion of Miners stand  leady  to help them financially nt thi*-  inoinent if  lhey call upon them.   13c-  cau^e we are as much interested in Ibis  fight  as   you   are.     Let  yon lose ihi<  fight   and   we   are simply lowered another notch, but let you win this fight  and' we can  say that we have maintained our position.     You men cannot  lose very much, but if you do lose the  entire community will suffer.   To yon  ivoikmen, who are struggling for Ibis  pittance, I  say again  stand   firm   for  your rights as long as you have any-  thins'lifft to eM   "JW cjWR-r-t i-viilfr-,  lead from vvhiuh the ore vva* taken i������  about thieo feet wide and coutuii n  from ten lo twelve inches of high  grade galena me, lhe balance being  carbonates. The, ore yielded when  assayed $1155 in all values.  The vein which crosses the. Ruffled  Grouse is a very sir.mg one and in  capped over vviih iron but where tlie  strike was made, a large portion"of tlio  capping had fallen over so lhat*when  Peteison and Livingston had begun  work it was not very long before they  penetrated through the capping and  exposed the ore v.Inch gave the astonishing results given above. The own.  e.ts say there, is luls of the ore in sight  and as soon ns lhey finish an assessment lhey are compelled to atlcnd tn  right away lhey will reluin and jjeb  out ii shipment, The property is very  eouvenientj-cing only about a quaiKl'  of a mile above ilie valley and wiihiu'  about a mile or so from the wagon  road.  Specimens of the new strike, which  arc to be seen in almost every busi*  ness place in town, speak for themselves ns to their value. Tliey aro  plentifully impiegii.-iltjil with grey  copper and several of them contain  quantities of black sulphurets. The  ore resembles veiy closely the Ethel,  and in sunns respects lhe Horseshoe a  propei Iy located by Ed.,Hillinan on ,  Trout creek last summer.   '  Wheie the discovery was mac-e U  only about 400 or 500 feet from the  Copper Chief aud the veiu.crosscs this  properly, ft is just, possible that the  iron found by Malcolm Muthesou  some few days ugn when he was doing  his assessment work��������� may be lhe capping to this very lead and lhat when  it has been mnoved nre quite as riih  as that obtained on lhe Kufiled Grouse  will be tho lesuh, Malcolm N up  there now ami it is quite likely lhat ���������  the. ne-ii' future will have more to tell  nf the value nf lhe new sirike to r,d������  joining properly.���������Trout Luke Topic,  1   ������������i - -  The Go-v's Ni'sl Soul hern Rail v. ay  company have signed an -iqicement  with the piovincid) government to  build under the terms of (he act parsed at the ldst session of lhe. legi-dntuie  the section of lhe railway in Diitish  Columbia of the line which is to con  nect the Crow's ^est coal mines with  the Great Northern railway at Jennings, Montana. Although lhe company have t.vo years in which to build  the road lhey say it will be completed  by October first next. There are five  miles to build in British Columbia and  95 mil������*������ in"Mnntwin. '*" Under tlie net'  the Briti-.ii  Columbia guvejmj)e{jt h>)|  cpqtpul'of tfoe ifef,    ��������������������������� ��������� THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ������-^.^-^.^a^.^-n.^^.-tf^.y-^.1^-^.'*^1.''*-^'.**  >��������� Not Looking Well?  Not Feeling Well ? |  APUhtX GaAPE  C-tEAM   OP TARTAR   POWOIrt  then try our own  I SARSAPARILLA I  .9  9.  /'.  it  <?-���������  .9.  .it.  .9  .V  1?  .9.  ,V,  /?  preparations in a coni-  - hination of drugs having, alternative.Tonic,  Stimulant and Lax-'  alive action. It con-  , tains ��������� these Drills  which the ' medical  profession recommend  in Skin ��������� Diseases,  Scrofula Affections,  Dyspepsia, Liver com -  plaints, Rheumatism,  etc.  ���������VI  %  6'  51 pet* bottle -New ������ Strong.  I OanadaDpug&BookCo ������  is  C*   ' Revelstoke  Station $  ������0������/?/.  &  FOK SALE--A l hrndblite by Gin-ley,  ii|"|ily to It. II. Mnync, Iicvclhtokc.  Tho. cily oFNel-ain lms jn-t'solil an  >ssiif of dcbi-nlmvs for $100,000 at  103 3(5.   _  ���������.  Thu* city council failed In get a  (jiioruurlogelhi-r for the regular imii-L-  ing Friday last,  A jrovci linicnt assay c fiicp will be  (ji-.tabli.-.hcd in Vancouver nnd be ready  to receive gold by July 13.     . '*'..       <-  JJt-turn lickcls-will be sold by tlie  C.P.R. for Dominion Day at the ex-  cui'Mon lale of i'arv-and onc-i|iiai ler.  O*        ' '  Scviial lots aie, bring dcnrcd  this-  .week   in. compliance   with  the  notice  i>siicd by. I lie cily council  sonic time  ago. ''    ,    " ' ^        ,      ���������  Selkirk and  HeveLslokc lodges."I.O.  0.i\, united   Sunday nflci noon ir. the  decoration of gifives of deceased iuciii-  'Uvts. "  Field'it Dcus, the druggN.l-, have  dissolved partnership iind the lm?iiif>ss  will Iiercafler ho coiiiinclcd by \V."  JJnys. A ,  Tin; Fl'i'd Robinson Lumber Co. will  give single faro rates on lhe s. s. Lar-  deaiu foi those attending lhe Trout-  Lake celebration.  Tdiijor Uaigrave, of .Spokane. Wash,,,  will hold a special service in the Salvation Army  barracks on  First sheet,  this evening.  E. A. liradli-y bus opened an oflice  for'the DiHjiU'snp Mining Compauv in  lhe building next lo A. ^McNeil's shop  on Front street.  The Revelstoke band lias been engaged to play fit Trout Lake for (hi;  Dominion Day celebrnlion and leaves  foi there Sunday morning.      '  New  \Ve?f hlinslf't  .fellli-d  flics  V.  M.' C.  acrossi; team de-  A, tpam of Van-  Highest Honors, World's Fai:  Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair  Avoid  nuking roirdcr3   containing  alum. ,, Tiit*y aro Jp.'-irlous to health  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.  At~II. Gracey, of Nelson, was in the  city Tuesday.  James Hathaway was down from 10-  Mile this week.  Mrs. Wilson 'and Miss D.'ake went  east Wednesday.  2il. M; Buchanan, of (Jamliorne, was .  iu the citv Sunday.  A. E.  Kineaid left on a visit to the  ' i '  east Wednesday morning.  Mr*., D. M. Rae went up to Golden  Wednesday on u visit.  .Mrs. and Miss Muckleston left Wednesday morning for Toronto.  Capt. Tallow, M. P. P., Vancouver,  and wife were in tlie city Monday.  Thus. Tayloi. M. P. P., cnliie up  from Trout Lake Monday evening.  Mrs. T. 13. L. Taylor and child returned from the coast Wednesday  mot ning.  Ernest Adair a.ul parly returned  this week having completed the La-  forme creek trail.  Mrs. I. A. JBdso'n returned to Nelson  accompanied by hei ^islcr, Miss Me-  Galium, Sunday.  J. R. E.islon. representing Barber &  Elli-i, of ToiotHo, was in the city Tuesday and Wednesday.  Mrs. Tomlii'ison and family and Miss  Lily. Valentine went down lo Thomson's Landing yesleiday.  Jas. Lau.le'r has recovered  ly Irum his prolonged attack of rheumatism lo bu around again,  James Smith has moved his chair  and g nn: into parlnei-ohip with Uhas.  D^voie iu Lhe Uarberiug hiiniuess.  J. W. XV. Stewart, provincial malinger for tliu Imperial Life Assurance  Company, was iu the city Saturday en  route to Lhe head ollice at'Toronto.  c  D.".,Cross left Wednesday morning  on a trip lu. Winnipeg, llu will bo  absent one 'week during which Lime  Dr. McLean will a I Lend lo his practice.  Judge SpiMat.iOne of tin- pioneers of  lievel-jioke. but now of Nelson,  is in the city looking into business in connection vviiii the Farwell  tuwiiaile. Mr, S| roat notes a wonderful change in th������ cily now ������������������,.��������������� compared  .wilh Hie tlays of his residence here.'  The hiwn social advertised by [\w  ladies of lhe Melhodisl church for  hint,  r-*  sufficient-  T. W. Bradsbaw has returned from  lhe coast.  General Superintendent Marpole  was in,the city Tuesday.  Chief Despatcher Dovvnie has returned from San Francisco.  Henry McSorley, of Revelstoke, is  in the Royal Tnland Hospital, having  been in since Sunday.���������Kamloops  Sentinel.    ,  ]S'eil McLennan, an employee on the  s. s. Nelson and brother of Capt. McLennan of tho Sitine boat, was-killed  by the yaid engine at Nelson on Fri  day evening when returning to lhe  boat.      i.  i  Leightner, the absconding. Northern  Pacific agent at Victoria, has been  sentenced to two years' imprisonment  on each of the two counts, namely,  stealing SI,937 from the Northern Pacific Evpress Co. and 8269.10 from the  Northern Pacific railway. The. sentences are. to tun concurrently.  F. (Jr. Gutelius, who has been engineer in"clrirge of the C, P. R. branches  with headquarters at Nelson, has been  promoted. He is in churge of maintenance of way of the entire C. P. R.  system, with headquarters in Montreal. This makes'him an adjutant of  General Manager McNicoll,  .r'A' contract has been let t'o Sinilh   it  Abbott, of  New   York,   for   the   construction of a   railway  line,   between  Joliette, Quebec, and Monlieal, known  as the Chuleauguay ''Northern   Railway, aud   to, the. Dominion'  Bridge  Company, Montreal, for a bridge  over  the River Des Prairies.   The contracts  foot up to a million dollars.   ,  '  Low  rates   have ' been obtained for  persons   attending   (he   teachers' con  ve.ntion at Detroit, aud   the Christian  Endeavor   convention   nt  Cincinnati.  Tickets for  the. former, from Vancou-  'ver, will   bo, sold  nn   July 2 and 3 at  SSI.25 return, good until September 1.  Returns from Ciiiciuiiiiii  ai'o good until August  30, being- on   sale at Vancouver on July 1, 2   and  3, at 878.50.  John   D.   Sullivan,   the engineer in  charge of the Lardeau branch, was in*  Nelson   yesterday.A   He.  says   Unit a  start has   been   made in the.laying.of  steel  and  lhat about  half a' inile.of it  had   been   laid   when    he   left.     The.  station grounds have been laid out on  the Trout LnUe end of the branch at a  point known as Selkirk, where a new  town  will 'be started.    On Lhe Koote1-  nay lake end of  the line (he old town  of Lardo will be the terminus.���������Nelson  Ti ibiini*.  A good story comes from Rossland,  Paddy Nolan, a C. P. R. section boss,  lives in that town. The other day he  was approached by a high oilicial of  the  company,   who   was   anxious  richest Irish brogue: " What would  you do Mr. Dovvnie, if you were in iny  place? I ain now- getting 81.65 a day  .and may be in two weeks I'll be ' getting 82 a day. Mr. Dovvnie, I'm  going to stroike."  Mayor Carlsr-n, of Kaslo,   who  lias  tbe contract for grading on    the   Lardeau branch of the  A. it K. Railway,  has his wagon road,   for   hauling  supplies, to  within   twelve   miles  of  the  foot of Trout lake, and   it  is   his  in-'  tention, as soon as  the   road  is  com  pleted, to cover the line with men and  push  the   work   through   as' fast   n&'  possible.    The surveyors  nre  camped  .-it Tenderfoot  creek   find   expect   to  have the survey completed iu  a  week  or ten day-3     It is tlie company's  in  tention   to  establish  two   permanent  survey camp*-, one   about   ihree   miles  below Selkirk   City  and   one.   at   the  first crossin"* about llnee  miles   below  Poplar creek.    A lie-camp   is   located  about one and a half  miles  from   the  foot of tbe lake  and  a  gang  of  men  fire clearing tho right of'way at Poplar  creek.    An engine and seven cars  nre  busily  engaged   hauling   supplies   to  Duncan City,,and eie lhe  snow   Hies  (be long talked of railwav to tbe  fout  of Trout lake'will be a reality.-���������Topic.  HARDWARE  WBL'JWiHJtiHPWItinWg/tWeBB  OVES  PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND BRUSHES.  Miners "Octagon Steel, only Jessop's best kept-    Picks,   Shovels,   Barrows  ~^ -     Single and Double Bitted Axes, Cross Cut Saws.  Builders' Supplies���������Nails, Building Paper, Lacks and Hinges.  HARDWARE ONLY, W. ffl. Lawrenee, Revelstoke  T7TTT5 IKTTT^TTT? T-?       Carpet*, Linoleums, Floor   i  r    U rill II   UXliJ.    Cl-n������S Blinds, Wall Paper.ic  ii, ' i   Second     Hand    Fuinituie  Bought and Sold.   Warehouse for Storage of Furniture at monthly rates,  ������gnt for Pianos, Organs, and Sw irg Machin 3.  JR.   BCQW'SOJsr.  HSPECIAL NOTICE!  *   ;  A  Extra strong* Serges lor pants at $5, made to order.  First-class Spring Suitings from $20 to $28.  Careful S  10  know how lit* stood on tbe issue of the  stiike. P.tddy, it is said, looked the  h. o. .square iu the eve and said in   his  . It is only bylAcarefulAstii'dy  the druggist becomes a: factor,  in the struggle Tor health arid  happiness. aA;'*; Ap;a>  Our reputation has been won  by studying* where to t buy  and what to buy.  Wc maintain thai reputation by careful attention to perfect filling of prescriptions and  lowest prices.  George F. Curtis,  "The Druggist,"  . ��������� Snccossor'to The 2IcD. A. W. Co.  REVELSTOKE STATION, B. C  r  Rubber. Stamps.  A Moment's Consideration.  The only difficulty in selecting your suit here is due to the  fact that ive have' such a  great, variety..  If you want a fashionable  .spring suit or overcoat ivc  suggest a look at our new  goods. ,     ���������  J.  B.  Suits $18, $20, $22, to $85.  Tpousers from $2,5,6, to $10;  Ladies' High Class Custom Tailoring.  Cressman, McKenzie Ave.  Orders for TUibbci1 Stamps sent in to tlio  Oflk-c (if llio Kootknay JVIail, Uevelstoke. II.  C, will be filled witli dcsjwteli.  o-o-o-o-o-o-o o-ooo-oo-oo-o -oo-o-o-o-oo-o-o-o-  -      LIMITED.  Wholesale Hardware, Ship Chandlery and  ���������   '     Mining Supplies.  1 *��������� i    r -* -  Hardware Department, 8-10-12 Cordova* Street -���������   ���������  >   Ship Chandlery Department, 8.-10 Water Stree  Ono Eloolc flora CPU Dopot  and stoamTjoat Wharves  Rofarnlshod and Xto-modoUed  Rates $1.50 to $3 per day  coiiver,  y.-iturdiiy, hy ,i snirp nf 1 tn 0, [ jii^uL   vviis  held  iHiivviili-si.in'diiijj  Hit-  aft it a play  winuttfs.  of one hour nnd twi-ntv  TO THE DEAI'V-A vMi huly, rid \  of her Dt'iifiiessand Noises in the Head i  by Dr. Nicholson's!" At tidal Efir Drums, j  {"���������live 8^5,CC() lo ln's Institute, s-n ihnt !  deaf people una bin (o pmcuae the Eur '  Diu.H-i m.-iv liavp them fipp. Addres* * lhe "���������'^'"���������S 5t',vt'd ������������' L^ P"���������--^.  No.  SOI   Tho  Nicholson   In>tilute, 7S��������� j -SlU'ic ������'aa tur.iislu-il Dy Hie band.  denim** (Iravvbdi-k caused liy tin; heavy j  fail uf lain  dui'i'iitf  lhe day,    Vaiuuiaj  iiauds fcr Hit* sal-.1 of, work, 'ilowers, ,  caiidlL'j'i etc,   vvci'L* cun due led   on   lii-j  lawn whilri'mtieslimi'iitd in the vvayuf  ice ci't'Htu, straw tienies nnd nlher deii-  c iciiij weiv ovviiisr   lu  the  coolness  t*f  Eighth Avenue, New Ymk.  Ilpvv^toke vviil lie iepi-e?pnlPil at the  Dominion "Day sport.- in Golden hy a  Pcninr Hiid junior fontliall team both of  which leave here Sunday morning.  Follow injj an? lhe names of ilitisp who  will play in iIip, RiMiijj Star team: D.  ��������� Smyliie. fiti'il; J- Inche*������and (J. Paliuet,  full li,'ick>; E. C'oisoii, (.'. Corson and  Li. McLeod, half buck--; \V. Beavn. E.  (Jai ns, G. I3i-?ivo,   G.  fii'iiliain  and  G.  ' Ilichal'ds, fur ward-": I\ Dunlie. spaie.  Tiie srnuir team has not. yd bei ll  t!i(i*������i'ii.  Two pai tii'H anivcd in I own I-'i iday  en route tn tin1 tilltliel* limit-.- nori h of  here w hcio bolli ar,' iutci i-li'd- Oie  vv,i-- coinpo-ed nf Ailhiii .S. Pciili-r, of  Pitti-liui -.���������: Viclnr Thranr. of Chicago;  and W. F. Ciunmintr-, of New Oih'.'ii .<--.  while W. II .Mann and John L. Mu -  ray, of Mu'keKnn, Mich , mndc up Hi,*  other, They 1. ft lofji-llinr on Mi.nday  accompanied hy .lnlin Sand-. Mr. Pol -  ler vi.-iicfi Hi'1 di-iiici !.i-*t V'arand i.-s  I'd Miliar wilii I iie .-in r.nuidiu.!,'-!.  Di-ath d.iiuied aiiolher victim at  Kei'^u.-nn la-l vvi'i'k in lln> ppi*'on of  *VVin. Ro���������, of Ciiiiiuiins irc Co'.-, store,  The remains were bron^hf. to Pfvel-  Stoke. on Sunday evening and foi w aid-  ej tn Blenhf-ini. Out., when* deoMtedV  rao:htr rt'.-ider. Mr. R>i.������������ was well j  kniwn Iipiv a? nn fx-eniployi-c of the '  C.P.R. in lhe rapacit v nf condi ctor for  Si n no yeais running between heie.ind  iCamlonp*-* and hayiiiff spent Ihr-..summer of \)~ in el iirtfe of lhe vvi rk train  itt the Columbia (iii.. Leaving Pevcl-  J.toke he ran n train on (lie Nakn-p fi  Bloran for snnie lime | revious in filing  The lawn social in aid of the Presbyterian Chuicli, which was held at, the  residence of Mr.-.. \\'. M. Lawicnce on  Tu'eaday evening, \v,*ia largely attended.  The yi'uiind-j w( 11; Ijeaulifully decuraled  and illuuiinated uiLh huiitiu^-, L'hiiH-.-.f  lanterns   and   lamps.       JLeli ���������/.-iimcnLs  were served diinny   tilt evenin*.  Tlie  The stiawlu-riy and ice cream booth'  ��������� was u civ well pall oniu'd .n was also  ' the iliivver stand.    Amtisiial pingi-im-  |  111-.' was   COIltl iblllid   by several   of the  liidica  autl a uumln-r   of  -elections   by  lilt' Ki;V t'i.-U'ke 1J Mid    \Vele   niso   111 tiL (i  appieciatu'd. The ".idiea of the church  I call led a liand.-o.iie a'mnitut ,(s the i e-  suit ot theii e.'ilei taimueiit and denire  lo thank fill who 1:1 any way ciiiitnliuL-  ed lu the Micci'sst of the evi-niii-^.  Mc.dc During the Week by Revel-  stoke Merchants.  Wi .M, Lavvr ,iici'--Siiiith Creek,  Salmon Arm, Comaplix,  Iteid A; YuuiiK ���������Aiiowliend, Thom-  S'on's Landiuir, Rogers Pas--, Salmon  Ai m, Ferguson,  C. B. I-Juum iz Co,���������Tiout liikr,  Albeit Canyon, Thoni.-ou'H L-indini?,  FeiKUSOIl, (>i>li in pi IX, (.'rllliboi up, llle-  cillewact, Golden, Vei nun, Siocan  Cily, (Jlanvvilliam, Field, (ilaiier,  Gi-lfTiii Fake, Arrowhead, Sicamou-',  It. Howson fz Co.���������Tronl. Like.  Mm v\i fi Steed -.Saliiion Ann, Hie.  l-p   Arrow head.  Revelstoke    to.   Vancouver'  and Return.  Good from 10(h lo l-ilh July inclusive,.i  Thi-pxeiw-ion vviil be V'ak"ii ailvanta^i- of by |\\.< m i|,,i ily of (he  ciii'/.i'ii" of li-vel-inkc a nd the "iut, iiiml ing conn 11 y, ma uy of whom  have never had a i ii.ince to'-Uit tin- M*-f i opuh'.-i ���������of't.hi; Norl h Pacilic;  Ample l hi!!' vv ill he fjiven 'to vi-it onl-uh' jioiut*-, i Those'not wish ing- Lo-  h'.iv.- II'Vei.-toke on the jU'.h may go on the lll.h and I hen arrive at  Vancntiver in ihiiu lo view the (jraud Parade-y.OOO' Oningeinen  expected in iine, A     ,'.  All 13. C. lodges wect r.f R.-vel^tDki' '.viil   be  in atiendajice as vvelFas'  l-ulge-j from 11  nia.   The Duke of C"iin.iiigiiL'i Own   Mili  day as well a- others, fi our on! -id" [inint-i.  Si.-it.-'^ of Oregon and Vv'.-t-biugLoti j'nd possibly Califor-  ary Hand .is engaged foi' ll.e  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  R. DOWSWELL, Proprietor, '       '    - Vancouver,' B, C;  Vancouver Engineering Works,  Iron Founders, Boiler   Makers and   Machinists,  Successors to ARMSTRONG &. MORRISON,  We havo tlio most ewnplclo 3IACIIINE SIIOI' and FOU.NDIlY cquilitiiclit WCbt of Toronto  for the inaiiiifauniro of  Hydraulic Giants, Riveted'Steel Pipo, Grizzlies, Riffles, Ore Cars,    ,  Oro Buckets, Steel Wheelbarrcws, Stationary, Marine and'Logging  '���������    Engines, Steam Pumps- -Marine Repairs, Sheet Iron and Steel  Work. _ ....*'  Wc liave in slock for ilTimcdiiUc dblivor.v liOiLfcNS. KKUIXKS, PU.AII'.S. OIlK GAHH.  WHKKMJAIMIOWS iiml MIXINO nnd SAWMILL JIAOHINKKY of c.vc:*y (lc-Hcriwtioii; also  HOlbKltTUnK-j, WltOUGUT IKON 1'IPK and FITTIXOS and KNOI.VliKltS' BItASS GOODS  andSLPPUlW. , ���������      .  C'orrcsjiondciico solicited and carefully altended lo.  OFFICE^ AND WORKS-Foot of Heatley Avenue  Vancouver, B. 0.  \V {'iTRMPOIIWlU'lt liV'lJllp'tiliV'YI'WW^!! ' ^Uli-rll C-ffV  fillcvvact, Downie Ctwn  A fir������l (I.iss pnn'iMinui" rf -poiH ineiuding ij.aclviH.-i!'. fJa.se nail, etc.,  is being'arranged ,,i fjror-kton P'-iiil, Stanley I'lirk'. ,     A 'pp.'  Th--1 Hon. N. CI ii ki- Walla re, .Sovn-eiyn Onind !M,iVler, E FiCln'k,  M. 1'., ami Win. Johnston, of I\illy Kdbey, fr<l-in'J, ant* aiin. ng 1 hu  pioiniiu-nt .-p-'iikei1-* of th*'day,  Cinni' all and enj'-y y'Mir*"'lv"i. Fur fin thei; iiil'orinalioii .sei; large  po.stci'������.  I'.!i lies inl"i!'!ii*-; to i.il^c aflvanbig.'of the''���������Xeur-'.ion rale >hoU'd  leave th-'ir names a I Tin-; MAif, ij-jflce m- vvit/rllic. .���������"���������nry.l ary of lhe L. O.  L, "-ii thai, an c.������liiii.i|e of the number uli<, will iwail tlii.'UK-a.'h'eti^'f lln'.-i  opiirirlunifv to visit Hie co i-t, can be nnived at,,.  Thos.  W.M.  VI. G, Birr.oy,.  L.O. L No. I3C8,  GUY BARBER,  . i '  Watches, Clocks,  Jewellery and Silverware.  Sngjpncnt EIngs a Specialty.  C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  Revelstoke Station, B.O.  With Canadiafl Supplement  253   Broadway,  New York, U. 8. A.  "If wishes were horses  Beggars would tide.1*  Goodintentionswon't  make good shoes.  Good materials and  reliable work cost money.  "As good" shoes can't  possibly be retailed for  less than the ' Makers'  price, stamped on the  -soles of���������  "The Slater Shoe"  t-Mfyprwcftor  IIK   HcMt   end    Hoftt   Inllucnlial  ."'IlnliiK  I'ajHjr   lu   lhe   World.  Sample Copy Free.   . i   I   ������   i   t   ������   i'i  0. B. HUME & CO.  Sole Local Agents.'  ittt:  Shade Trees, Fruit Trees, Roses.  Weekly Edition., ,$j,f.0 rer ftopuffl, {lOBtpaW-  --     ������������������ - "      .     ! M   'I "      i~    ���������*������  <i-  I'l-i'Miiis dr-simiis of oblalning Ap)>l������1-  Poai,* Shade Tree.s Lihic=, Woiinlulh .  'Ash,- Hor'si'- Ohesnlils, ltd.eplipifv ttr  Ouri'anl/ liu'slu-s, or Itosi's, sliindard  and cliinbing, will find it,'to their (id-  vaiitago, in inldi'Ph-j J.  L,* Welffitcr(  ev'I^Tfvfii^jiHrstfr^VvrnvMi  M.MMMlMMbmjI^ailllWILlMUM


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