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 I -    ',      ��������� A    *.'  V    'I- - M-T "-"-'"'  -   ,1  * * ' ,-'/  )     '  Reading Room  b  i  ' -*��������� "^ '��������������� is?-* 1  - - -V���������-*,*,������S|  "���������-.'xy/V.ti-t'-l  / *���������  1 - -/-a  , THE HOTEL VICTORIA,  11 ' K. F.   IX A SON*. ''������i|  VIOTOHJA. -       H. O.  AiiiGnc.iii.ini Kiiroiitan lJ!aii.  American Ran $2fOaii<l Upwards  fetciun Heated. Pamplc rooms.  "���������   Vol. 10.���������No. 13.  REVELSTOKE. B. C JUNE 27, 1903.  $2.00 Per Year  Men's iHeavy Rubbers" "and Overshoes,  POWER FLUME.  Permanent Work Undertaken With  '' '    'Rock Foundation.  1 The tempoiaiy flume at the  power house was completed by the  biidge ciew last Saturday evening  and lhe lights were turned on for a  shcjrt time, but the timbers proved  to be too weak and gave way undei  the heavy strain.        f      <t  .This week permission wnsieceivcd  from the' 0. P.'II. million tics to'  have the lock' bluff 'blasted, giving  a solid foundation the width of the  flume.-- This was on Thursday  commenced and it will take about*  four days more to, complete.the rock  wbtk. Today an order was placed  for timber requiied, and the Mayor  f-ays he expects* the lightsAvill be  on liy Saturday next. The new  portion of flume "will be^of same  width as the original but, will Jack  two^ feet in depth, this amount  being allowed on the under side  which will leave the Hume clear of  albor'dinaiy7 stages, of high'water  and barcly-within theextiemelimit  of '94,'thus ensuring-a/permanent  struct ure.' '   , '  LORD'S DAY  ALLIANCE,  "(fa (fa tfa (fa (fa (fa i$) (fa (fasfa(fa (fa (fa (fa (fa (fa <*> ^<^<^^r^(^f^r|?i$������f^>f$)'^>  (fa  "(fa  ��������� <���������$������  (fa  (fa>  (fa  (fa  rS  <���������������>  4?  (fa  (fa  E. diBOUBNE,  8n's-FarnishingsrBflots,-;S!ifles,'-HatsriCapsI  f$5  (fa  (fa  (fa  READY-MADE CLOTHING.  Big Horn Brand, B. C. Union Made Overalls,"Shirts," etc.  Boys Suits, Boots, Hats and Caps.  (fa  (fa  r|>  (fa  (fa  (fa  REVELSTOKE STATION, B   C.    ,  rzo '" ' j. '      ^  (fa(fa(fa<fa(fa(fa(fa(fa(fa(fa(fa(fa(fa(fa*fa  *-~a-^KK=sraag^  jl MAILORDERS" ' * WRITE FOR SAMPLES  LIMITED  What wc want to emphasize is  and Freshness of all our slocks  are showing has been put into stoc  quarter of the vear.  the JVetfjnesJi,  ���������   \l ven tiling  we  k   within   the   last  White Embroideries  Among" the new arrivals aro White Embroideries���������  a beautiful .is'-oi uncut (see window). Swiss, Cambric, Embroideries in the new Battcnber" and drown  work-designs.  Jap and China Matting*  Make a clean and cool floor covering for  eti*    We lu\ e a nice range, all a yard wide  Bedrooms,  it frbm 25c  Boys Hosiery  Wc are still  showing   the "Blacky Cat Hose  for boys.    They are the kind with triple knees ancl  d<"..b'e heels and toes.     Perfect colors.  Men's Soft and Negligee Shirts  Summer  Just  opene-  Shirts in  new coioi inn  landsome   line  of Men's  ancl patterns.  A  SPECIAL FOR MONDAY  Woman's Low Shoe  M011DAY, $i  which would be  value  at $1  75  ood  25.  LIMITED.  Millinery and Dressmaking Parlors Second Floor  SCHOOL CLOSING;  ' '���������,''''"'     ' 'i'. ,  Teachers and Scholars'Liberated  ' for Summer * Vacation/ <  1       f ' 7 1*^   -i  The clooiny of the public^chool  ycstetchiy was im important'event  not 011I3'. for -the children but for  the patents and visitors who'aviiilecl  themselves of the opportunity. A  sea of youthful smiling faces were  seen'wending their way to school  long before' opening - time,' the  majority of the^children" carrying  lar'ge'hoquets of beautiful  flbweis.  After opening the school was  thrown, open, to tho visitor.*-, the  habit followed on previous '*. en is of  having the children' assemble and  give an 'enteitainment being abandoned on account/of not.having a  room laige enough, ancl in place of  this each "class * went on with its'  regular routine work wliich had the  pleasing effect of demonstrating to  the parents, of pupils how aW by  whom their children were being  taught,- also 1 bringing the paients  individually before���������the- teachers���������  an important factor in"'education.  "A large number oft citizens availed  themselves pt the opportunity and  made a thorough inspection of the  school        / <- -  Commencing with the piincipal'.*-.  100m the exhibit of practical-work  displajcd was inspected A the diaw-  ings of the students in this'depart-  ment* being considcied specially  good asralso were'the maps The  neatly hied compositions forjn-  sjiectton weie much admiied. Miss  Smith's 100m was next \isilcd and  the same practical work accoiding  to^the standai'"d w,-ib being carried  on as nls-o in Miss Robinson's, Miss  Frasei'*-, Miss Dent's, and "Miss  Grant's looms.  The piesonts given by the pupils  lo the difleient teachers were very  pietty and appropiiate.  The following is lhe listA-f Honor  Uoll- disliihuled.--  1*I\ IslO*1.   1  I'loliaiiicv��������� 11 lid.1 Jlnlih*-,  Dcpoi tincnt���������Ai til li 1  llcmiutt  l'uuctu.ihty ancl Kcgulai ity���������Il.nold  Biiinclgc 1  nn istov 11 <  rioliciency���������01i\c Bell  ' J)ci>oi tniunt���������Blanche D���������\i&  I'll net u iht\ and Kcgulai ity���������Climlcs  Goidon v  DIMSIOK   III.  I'loliciency���������iNnm Skinnei.  Deportment���������E^ter Floyd.  ]Juiictii!ility and Kcgulanty���������Kinnia  jroig.iii.  DIVI-IOX   iv.  Pioliciency���������XV. AI. Picaul.  Deportment���������3-tnth Iho������ n.  l'uuctu.ihty   a'nd   lcgul.mty���������Cl.iit  Ki aser.  DIVISION'   v.  J'lolicicncy���������Lam a Johnson.  Dcpoi tment���������Mirgaict ISiown.  runctu.ihty     and      Kegul.uity ���������  How aid Cooke.  DIVISION   VI.  Pioficiency���������Irene Piocunici  Deportment���������L. Picaid.  Punctuality   and   Kcgulai ity ��������� K.  Tfanbon.  Rev. Clarence Mackinnoh to Address  i    '  Revelstoke Mass meeting.  Dont forget the 'mass meeting in  iheopeia house tomoirow (Sunday)*  evening at 8 30, a-'meeting wliich is  in the intciesls of all classe*-, as'it  is a matter so, closely identified  with tlie future progress and'welfare of our' count iy.' 'The meeting  will he undenominational in character. A number of tlie'cleigyinen  attending thc'General Assembly in  Vancouver last week volunteeied to  engage in work under the auspices  of the Lord'-s Day A11 ill nee." xhis  society'litis ieceived'thescndorsalion  of .all Uie'chnrcJies, both Piote&tnnt  and Eoman Catholic, in "Canada,  and the Jiearty support,of all labor  organizations. The' llev. Clarence  Mackinnon. B. D., of Sydney, N. S.,  will _ address <our citizens oh ,the  " Preservation of the Loid's D.\y in  Canada." Mr. Mackinnon is 'of  delightful pei'spnality, i" scholarly  and eloquent, and stands high in  the estimation, of the Piesbyteiian  church in'the dominion. After a  brief but highly succe.-sful pastorate  in Paik stiect church.--Halifax, he  was called 'Unanimously to take  chai ge of one of the gi owing  churches "in the rapidly" expanding  city of Sydney, Cape BiLton. Called  upon to enter the stuiggle'for the  preservation of the Loid's Day  against 'the great ob'ipoialions  interested in the coal and iion industries of that locality; Mr. Mackinnon is well fitted to place the  subject'in an interesting manner  before the public. A ���������v * '  j-"A strong clioiip composed of the1-  musicians of our cityMvilTbe on  hand to help in the s-crvice. Invitations have been extended to the  clergymen of 'the town^to be on the  platform,Atho lo the ,'M.iyoi and  Council.     It .is   hoped   that.-the  EXCURSION  TRAIN  For Accommodation of Those At-  tenping Kamloops Sports.    .  , i  A deputation of lacrosse enthusiasts waited -on Supt. Kilpatrick  this week with a view 'to arranging  foi a special train to leave heie for  Kamloops at 4,.-'clock on the morning of Dominion Day,"the lC-tilt of  lhe interview being an- assuiancc  that such Mvou Id be an singed provided a .-sufficient*' number' of pas-  Fengci- was asstued. hist5: have  since' been ipened and signed hy  about'80 who 'expressed a desire to  go and theie is now little doubt but  that a Main, will he run nt that  hour, the* return rtiip being made  ohf'the regular No. 2., A special  relurn rate has also"been asked for,  the usual holiday rale being fare  aiu^one-third for the round trip.  This will prove a gieat convenience  to those .desirous of attending the  Kamloops celeb'ration as a number  of them," including some, oft the  lacrosse' play'eis, cannot get, away  on the legular No. 1 previous evening:   ' "    ���������   ' *-'     "  STAMPEDE 1  FOR GOLD:  woikingmen"'especially., will turn  out in good force* as tho suhiect 111  hand is of such importance to them.'  A^ collection will be'.fa ken up to  definy- necessary*-** expenses.1- All  nhoa.ttendivill be amply icwardcd.'  \ ACT: PASS ED:  :  i '  Columbia River Improvement Co.;  Ltd., Incorporated.-  In tlie"pu\ato bills cominitce.tt Ottawa Wednesday, the 1,Columbia lti\ei  Imp'ovcment Co.' Ltd, act ot 111-  coipoiation was passed. The pioniot-  cis aie- James White, Gcoige Mc-  Coimick, and D. Inglis Giant, At  P., all of Orilh.i, and Aielnb.ild Alc.\-  andci, Colin W. McGill.in and Thos  Arcicditlr, of Winnipeg The ci atal  stock is to be $50,000 and tlie hoad-  oflicc will be at Winnipeg The company is gi\ en power to place boom*-  111 tbe uppoi Aiiow lake andv on tlif  slioicsof the Cohiiiibia incr, wlicie  it cuteis lhe lake, and in uoti&tiuut  incident.il wink-,so long a*-, 11,1 \iga(ion  is> not mteifi'icd with 'J'lie use of I lie  woik-5 is to be iilliiwod Id the public  at all 11_.1-.011.1bI1*. iinie-i mi lo.i-iinable  Icinia Tin1 act pithciibi-, Hie lite  loll which sb.ill be ch.iigcd uu ililli-i-  cnl kinds of iinibci  Great. Excitement   at ��������� Kaslo  Lardo Over New Find.  and  ATHLETICS.  POLITICS.  Iilboi  Ed.Adnr inteiuU  1 tinning as  candidate foi Hevelslokc  The -soci.ih-its of Feiguson will [iiob-  ably ]itit up a sti.uj-ht *>ocialifct c.mdi-  diite for Kaslo 1 iding, and S. Shannon  will piobablv lie selected as the candidate.  The Woi Id states the C V. H. is  contiihuting l.ngoly to the consen-  ,ui\e election fund on nn uiideisl.uid-  111 ��������������� with the le.uleis of the pnity that  they will lake steps to icclify the  Ha-it ICodlenav Innd giants so that  these hinds will ceiitunlly bciefiirncd  to lhe ciimpany a-, if Hon ^r. C  Wells had iimci cimcclled the jiiiuit*..  Hsidence of this is abendy adduced in  the fact the government lefuscii title  to timbei located by olhei paitieson  these I.i nd-* wliuli use thus pi.ict i������ ��������� 11 v  henur .lira 111 ie*>e.-\c<l for.the C I'.I!  by the "Sfcl'nde government.  LACROSSE.  Kevclstoke laeiosijo team ictuincd  Sunday evening fiom the south having  to then eiedii one goal o\er Itossland  in the match pi iycd the pievious day.  The game was close tliiou^lunil, the  <*coie when ti'me w.im culled slimding  (!-G, but KeNclstoke won nftei foil 1  minutes additional plaj. All the boys  weic in good spint and speak-highly  of the hospitality shown them both in  Nelson and Kos-l.ind. KiIw.ikN was  slightly disabled thiouyh iiij,iik.s lo  his knee, but c.\peoU to be on deck  for the game with Kamloops no.\t  Wednesday.  On Dominion Day Kiiniloops pluys  Revelstoke at Aloxandia Paik, Kiiniloops, being fhst of seiies of matches  for Fulton Cup Jle\tlstokc team will  be selected fiom the following' Cue,  Hyatt, Coghlin, 1 Wickens, Doilds,  Kdw.nds, Giah.im, AUIville, Dodds,  hathani, B.nbci, MeQu.uiie, Woods.  V.incotuei* defeated i\rew West-  minstei lust Siituidny by a seme of 7  to 4  BASEBALL.  Kamloops Baseball Club 1ms ,u-  niiiged 11 match with a Viincomei  nine lo bo placed at ICinnloops 011  Dominion Day.  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  k. or r.  Gold   Itiingo    lodge    advanced   an  ft" 1 fii 1 *��������� lo the  iniik  of knight at la*-t  icgiil.n nicLting  S   O. i;. I!   S  T. II. I'.ikei was elected pie.sidcnl,  vice Hi. Cm iiitheis icsigiied, and II  Cooke secietaiy, while I'r Cluppoi In Id  wiisiippointeflsiiigeon.it the 1cg11l.11  meeting nf Lodge Loyally on Tuesdaj  evening.  Kaslo,   June- 25.���������Eiank   Al.uquis  ancl Geoige Gilbeit -cainc 111 ycsteiday  moining(  fiom     the     Laulo-Duncim  countiywilh evidence  of a   gold find  that casts cveiything hcrctofoic hcaid  of completely 111   the   shade. < These  men have with them pieces  of quint/  that are  nioic  than   half  gold,A,inda  piomincnt mining man stated that in  de&cnbing  them   it   would   be ',inoie  piopei to say  "pieces  of  gold  with a  little qua it/. "   These  specimens will  liin in'value to r the 'ton up to liguies  almost   mciedible.      Intense    excitement   wa-j   aioused,   and    tho 'loom  wheie the lind-was on   exhibition has  been thionged all day.    Jn 'the'fiuit-  can biought   dow 11   theie   lssin   tlie  neighboihood of $*i00 woith of gold    l-  -   Pai ties aie being  lapidly foi mod to  pioceed to"the find, ancl' the fortunate  gentlemen   nip iii no way biickw.ud 111'  giving cvciy assistance to otheis, who  may   wish1 to p.uticipatc in their good  luck hj making'  additioral 'Ufc.it 'ims  Afi. Ar.uquis, who is *<i  leli.lblu and  e.\pciioi<ced .mining  nianistatesth.it  he   has   ovei .$100,000 woi th of 010 in  sight, putting it (it   half   what   be   is  confident   would  be jeali/ed vv lib but  little wofk.    Ho says that lie   has   at  the very'lowest estimate  over a ton ot  01c  leady   to be sacked that will give  letuins of at least the above   amount  One has only  to see the 01c biought  down to believe the  statements made  The sptopoity,   which   is called the  Gold Paik gioup, of two claims, ia  located on Puplu ci.cek, tiibul.ny to the  Lafdo 1 ivei, about a   mile   liom   the  kootenay   it Anowhead   i.ulway, and  about twentv miles fiom> L.udo.   The  Imd was m ide while doing assessment  woik     Some   twenty  open cuts have  been   matlc,    111  all  of which irood oie  bus been inn oveied, giving fan values,  but   iKithiug   like   this   Imd was met  with '     "  Tbe oie lo white qtiarl/. .\\\d eaibon  ill"*, (..iiivintr laige (iiiaulilics of fin  i;uld and 1 IiKiikIl ol g'lld The vein  Im,11 whn.li (his oie is taken is about  seven iiu.hcs wide, widening out in  places to ten inches, the whole t;angiie  being pieguatcd with filigioe gold.  The vein has been uncovcied in "places  for seveial hunched feet.  Tho owneis came to town to piocuie  supplies, moi tais a.id sacks los.ick tho  oie, and will loturn at once A laige  paity is piep.iiiing to accompany them.  Seveial pa 1 lies have a heady left for  the giound.  The countij is> veiy heav ily tinibeud  and the immediate vicinity is loujjjh  and piecipitous.  'J'hoio is no doubt that this is the  simc souite fiom which the l.ugc  quantities nf phicer-cold found 111 the  Laidenu I!ivei have 01 i^inntcd. Niim-  eioils Hilda have boon inndcon the L.11-  f'o and its tiibutaries, of gold quail/  em tying gold values, but nothing ap-  pioaching this h.i.s ovei been met with  The stiike is about foi ly miles  fiom Kalso, and is not f.i��������� liom Ton-  deifoot and Meadow Cieek, wheie good  pio[)oities aie now being woi ked  Messis. Alaiquis and Gilbeit say that  tliey me in the same in 1 net a I belt with  tho Silvei Cup, Timno and Ophn  Lade gioups, all of which cany the  same ehni.ictei of oie  Ogilvie's Hung^arian Elour.  Graham Flour.\,     ,   a  Whole Wheat, Flour. ,  Rolled Oats.-;;   ,  Corn Meal.,  ...  Bran.  Feed.  ,1  b ������������������  Shorts.  Wheat:  mt  B0;URNE  Headquarters for Groceries ^  -    of Guaranteed' Quality. _-  SPECIAL  FOR .  .this we:  EK-  SPECIALS  Colored Muslins .at 8c per yard i (/%  Faiuy Ciildicd iMii*-lin*> t-uil ilili'.liu On���������scs, Shirt, W.iisls.  '- ' ' r 1,   ,      . ,  Prints at 7c per yard   '   .,   fl      "      ';��������� .    '   ���������  '/       These .lie new designs in sm.ill tbecka and tjliipcs, m d.uk and,  ,light giC'iinds. - ' (' "��������� ,_  Dress-Goods. - -   '     r    ~.     .    ^ -A    .  Tinea pieces Fancy P)iess froodi. at loo    Rc^nl.ii 2oe.       _i    .  i   Five Pien' All Wool (.' ishmci i',il*������', in double fold (colored onlv)  ^ Tvvo hiiiulied ),uils linirhi-h Series .it 30i: pei van).  ���������Six piece Fain V-Wool Delaine-s'iiL 3oe     Ucgul.il1 50c, '^  Millinery- Department.^ '        .   .      t   f  ���������.'We have m.iiki'd .ill Roods at "price-i in  this  department, that  will make quick selhnt-. ** . " * *'" j,        ,  ,   Thim-vi 1:0 IJa'i>. Ki*adv-I'0-Wi:ar Hats  , _ t >��������� '  7 '      '  ~,      ,  -'      ,   .Svii.oiis, Muslin Haro ami I3o.nn"i:ts.-  '   .!���������"J  Jl  V  ft  ��������� 'A 11  -'A9l  ,1   -=--  I *������ -1  - ^1 p  ir,y������\  , ���������������*���������  Men's Furnishings  A line nf Coloied Shut-., staicht'd fimiU, alOOc1.  Men's All Wool Tweed Pauls ,tL ������->I 7o, icgiilar v.  Men's All Wool Tweed Suits at ST.OU.  ilu������'  *^l  Boots and .Shoes ; .. .,.���������.,    <. .-.j.,���������;.1-.^.".-.- ,.  2*5 pans Ladies One-Strap Slipper*: al'Sl.2.*). * '  30 p.nr.s Liidie-* O\fords ,it.*">l *50.       ���������������������������.**.' ,  Empress Shoes for.Women      ' '  The hest l)if?h giadc shoi"? in thn inaikel. Price mnrked^on every  pair by the m.inufactui er. ��������� A full lanffe ot Spring and Summer  < styles.    We albo keefi lhe Lill> Ijivic-kett and Hai low Shoe1*.  DRY GOODS  MERCHANTS,  KHVKLSTOKU. B. C.       *  Write'for Samples.  REID & YOUNG,  Special Attention to Mad Orders.  Is just a little more delicious than any other  Tea.   Try it. '  M. A. SMITH & CO., Agents, Revelstoke, B. C.  An excellent stnke has been made  on the Stockholm below IheKviiiit  Camborne Thio claim is located on  the Eva listuie and pioves I lie continuous deposition of nold in this i cm in k-  iible lifcsuie fiom the top of the Hv i  mom.lain to the Kisli Cieek Hal A.  Ciouhi't; and Kearny own the adjoining  cliinis nciois the cieek nnd e\pect to  piovc the continuation of the gold-  lieai ing st.e.iks on Iheii giound  The liadhhol, nt the bend of (.i.iinei  f:ieek, i-s ow nod by W. .lohnston, of  lie.itcn, V Campbell of Tiout Luke,  mid J. hliick, of Denver. Five linn-  difid feel til vvfiik h 's been done nnd  eonsidei iblo ok; tnken oul for shipment. Thi-s oie is "aid t<i i im iflO  f-olil,*!)>!'7"* hilvci, 7(i por cent lend, nnd  ca i lies bibiiiulh. The vein ih foiu feet  in vvidl li, iiiul consists of decomposed  c.iiboiinlos ovei utmost the cntiie  w idth,  R. HOWSON & CO.,  Furniture Dealers. House Furnishers and Undertakers  Have just opened the  of Crirpets in the cily.  .trgest stock  Linoleums, Rugs, Toilet Ware and General House Furnishings  iMoKii.'.zn: Avi:.n"im"  KKVKLSTOKI'"  Til" l.n^esl iiiul It.1-.!  itli-d -I.,i Is of  ICE CREAM FREEZERS  %   c^iS^^^^fcsa JUST ARRIVED  t  t  in lhe cil v.    Wc buve tic  iinlion Ficiv.ci in J, \>, a.  s|/  '   I'*HIMlill- T' ililc  I. I! in,.I S i|ii ii 1.  c ,n c sine to suit, *) mi   nt   i.in    .1   Mm  Come and Examine Our Stock.  W.   M.   LAWRENCE  Tnylor Block, iMaikcn/ic Avenue,  KOIJ   HAItDU'AUJ-*:  OK ALLj KINDS.  HI-JVKLSTOKK,  IJ.C  4-  ������f-  ���������f  4-  ������f-  4-  4������  *M-'*l^^^p--H'''i"^'VV^-H':TT.*^ THE KOOTJBNAY'MAIL.  Z\re Ikootena^ <in>axl  ��������� '.      PUBLISHED   SATURDAY. '   i  '        ,   '���������AT��������� :   i  ���������    t REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  Subscription   Price.    S2.00   Per    Annum  .1  ���������i      ������"  , ADVEUTISING 'r.ATKS on niiiilic.ition  Change-, in adverli-cinents mint. ou in 1>3  Tuc-d.i.v- of each -week to st-onic (���������noil ilis-  ,        pl.iv.   Timber notices,snnicnilu :is U.i/cllL1,  $3 for each location.  JOB PRINTING promptly executed at, irason-'  able rales.  ACCOUNTS, for priming and ailveitising  payable on fin-t, of montli; Mibscupuons  payable in advance.    , ���������  COUIiKSPONDENCK  invited   on ni.Uteis of  -    '   public   interest.   Communications lo Editor   must   be  accompanied   by ,imiiie   of  ���������inter, not necessarily for publication, but  ,   a-s evidence of good faith.   Coi res|ioiidcnco  ���������       Musi*, reach the oflice by W'udncsd.iy ev cn-  i ii'K-  , Address ' '���������  '*��������� Tux Kootenay "Mail,        '  'Phone No. 13. Revekstoke, K.G. .,  [, i  We request our numerous readers to  favor us with their assistance In  making tho KOOTENAY MAIL tho  roost valuable advertising: medium In tho Kootenays by giving-  the preference, when making-purchases to those firms who are  reg-ular advertisers in tho KOOTENAY MAIL.  1       '    ��������� CITY AGKNTS.  Copic-i of TilR  Mail may be oblaiui il fioin  the follow ma cily agents:  ���������   " J. \V. IlKN.s-cn. i.      ,    ���������-  A"f AUV   IJKUli  .t   llOOIv  CO.  ' F. li. WKI.I.S.  aARVEY, McOARTJSR-"  r  ��������� AND PINK HAM,  BAKKISTKKS, SOLIClTOIlfe, U'l C. ���������  Omens :   Molsons  Hank   lir,ooic,   Ki;vj:i,-  bTOKK, H. C. .  Money to loan.v K>  ^Offlces: Uevelstoke, 11. C; Kort Steele, li C.  . <>' ko." S. M cCa ktkk,      ,  A. 31.   PlVKHAM.  ,Itevelstoke. ll. C.  A. IlAltVKY,  Fort Steele, it. C.  L  15 MAISTRE & SCOTT,  Bakhis"m;hs. Solicitous, Notaijiks  i, Puiii.ic, Etc '  FiK-lSlrt-el.  RevuUUiki-, 11.(3.  TTlD.WARD  A. UAGGEiV,  Mining Enginijek,  (.Mem.  American  Institute Mining Kii^uituis)  ,L      (Mem. Cuuudian Mining Institute.)  Revelstoke, B. C!.<  KYa'miniiliuii of and icports on  Minuinl I'io  r'        ' pertiei a Specially.  w  iLLlAM   A. BAUER,  Dominion ,t. Piiovi.nci vi.  Sukvi:voh.  L.VM)  .mil  H.  .SiirvevsofIMuiei.il Claim-, Tunbui Ileilli-  i      , (.'low it Land*. ,  Care of.I. I). Sniiivi.M. Iti:\ la-sroKi*.  Il.C.  PEKItV IJiAKIi,  MmiiiK Engineer and MutiUluigiit.  '        - si'ixiAi.ni b:  "Kxniniiiatioiis  and Iteport- on  Minim;   I'i op  erlics. '  Specification and  Construction of Mining Machinery.  Tests made o( Ores anil Coneentintiniifui t'hlor-  ,     - inc I'.nd I'jaimlc Treatment  Hvdraulic Plants.  Hidtord McNeil Code.  Bargains in  -1!  Real' Estate.  <E-j' 900-'- -">" dwcUiin,'  on Coiin.uiKht  t, cp J-j*J'J v-*   nvcmiu, coutainiiit*' "i moms  *R1   Kfin--1  -toiy  totliiKi1.   ''   looms,  liir^u  ' ff>l)U\J\J   (..mien mhIi small fiiiitni ���������.iiiiet*.  2 stoi >.     I'i loonud  lots,   nuvvly   puinicd  and balli  near Mc-  SM   Qflfl-I'omfoilable  ������J>l,OUIJ   house and 2  and fenced.  *C1   r\E\(~\���������' roomid collage wilh batlnooin  <Cj   ("*"f"-Large 2-storj house. II   looms,all  <pi)dco   modernronveinences.   A genuine  bargain.  CDQ nflfl- I'cstaurant    building   on   Km si  V&juuu   street: splendid oppoi-lunity Ioi  right pai tj *, good terms. *  Cl Cnn_"--story residence,  well built, eon-  ���������?,'ouu   taming S rooms.  CQCfl-H story  cottage,   'i  rooms  y?D\J   room, near C. P. R. bhops.  $1 nnn-2 "���������"*���������  hou-e. "'rooms,  s?i,uuv - Ren/.ie avenue.  ���������Jl '-tfin���������2 story   house  conlaining S  loom*-.  "P1,0UU   cellar full s|/,c.  Si  IHO���������!J-������torj coLtngr. fiiooms, lot  HKHjo  -v-"*; nnfi-2 story modern residence, :s lots, in  ^0,UUU   good lawn.  ft"! Cnn���������--'Htorj- residence complete and up  -?J,3UU   to date, with fine giounds. .  Vy*1 "ro Prepared to loan inency on nnj of  ii ,   the above properties on the nionllilv ie  payment plan.  \\rK hr.ve for s,ile nn lnipiovcd  farm  nc.ii  M     the city,  stock, implement---, etc.    1'iicc  S2.626.   Cash required SIilKX).  ALSO ������0 acres unimpiovcd land near Salmon  Ann station, price HM on good tonus.  LEWIS BBOS. Beal Estate Agents  'CThe Ikootena^ flfoail  SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1903.  The government should appoint  two justices of the peace at Camborne. The large amount of police  work there make-* it ncc-e.-s-arv to  have "justice.-" vvho*-e services' are  avail.ilile when rerpiired.  JIOAI).*** AXI). TRAILS.  The crying need of liriti.-h Columbia today i.<- a vigorou*- policy of  opening up the country \iy good  roadh and trails in tho?o localities  ivhere mineral develojiment warrant.-, the probability of paying  mine.-. For an important camp  like Fish creek for in-tance, the  fcucccf-s of which is practically u������-  ���������iiired, the -ystenin of roarls and  trails are utterly inadequate. The  iir.-t and mo-t important .section oi  communication, from Arrow* lake  to Camborne, .-hould have been  provided with a first-ehif-s wagon  road. The makeshift which ha*-'  been provided requires another  ���������$5,000 spent on it to improve the  grades, gravel the cordtnov.*-, improve tho rock cut.*-, and coidtiroy  the softer portions ?o as to stand  the heavy tra/lio which the road is  required to carry. Here, with a  short length of road over country  where uniformly, easy guide could  have been got,   it  is   anything but  . creditable to theproviiicialengineer-  ing department under Mr. Gamble  that   tlie   work   was   not   properly  laid out in the first place.  Above Camborne the -main Fish  creek trail is in a disgraceful condition and a cause of frightful hardship to prospectors. Some ,of the  best properties in Kootenay*; as the  Goldsmith and Scout, located on  Boyd and Lexington creeks, and  the owners arc practically cut off  fiom their properties. For two  years they have urged that a trail  be built along the east side of Fish  creek, so as to avoid the dangerous  crossing, and have ��������� offered to contribute towards the cost of the work'  but nothing has yet been done, and  claim owners have had to labor  under cruel disadvantages.  Locatois on Pool and Mohawk  creeks are in even worse condition.  Along'these creeks, runs one of the  richest mineral belts in the province, 'extending from the ; Eva  through', the Oyster,' Lucky Jack,  Mohawk, Homestead,'SiIyer Dollar,  Silver Crown groups to the Beatrice.  The Pool creek , trail, almost from  the.doors of Camborne, is a veritable trap with bridges and'side-  cuts fitter for a cat than a cay use.  The other day a pack train had  loaded horses dumped off tlie trail  into the creek, in one case with  heavy loss. This should not be.  $1,000 spent judiciously on this  trail would remove existing sources  of danger and complaint.  The Mohawk  trail  is a'standing  disgrace to  the" government.    The  Beatrice, at the head of this creek,  was one of the  first  to  ship ore in  North Kootenay', and   there is now  a large quantity which  would "be  sent  out ,if   decent   facilities weie  alioriled.    Along the watershed arc  several     groups   of ' unquestioned  merit, and all traflic  and supplies  for this section   have, to  pass over  one of the steepest'and  moat inaccessible trails in the district.    Such  wretched means of 'communication  with   one^of'the oldest ,ancl most  available' mineral   camps   in   the  country is   a,   great   drawback to  development, and to the investment  of capital. " It means the  locking  up of a rich camp almost as effect-  ,ually as if' the'government had deliberately '.conspiic'd   io   stop    its  development and operation.  This too is a case where an'cxccl-  lent sleigh road could be consli ucled  at small expense, as owing to the  conliguration'of tho'country a load  could be constructed from'the lown-  .site of Camborne,' behind the  Oyster-Criterion stampmill, up the  south-west slopes of< Pool and Mohawk creeks to the Beatrice with a  leu per ,ce"nt guide, and without  crossing dangerous snowslides.  $7,000 would do the worlAwell.  'Natuie has piovidcd every facility  for good work and access, but the  governments who have beeniespon-  sible for the existing state of aflairs  have shown themselves incapable  of securing" hor'sc-sense 'adminis-  tiation. ���������"  The Fish creek camp is oncoi the  best icvoime-produeeis in the piov-  ince, and 'if   the government would  hand over the whole revenue of the  district foi a year or   two, together  with the  ordinary   annual vote for  the section,   these   works   could   be  carried out in a peimanent manner,  relieving the revenue iOf  the heavy  annual    charge   for   maintenance  thereafter, except under special circumstances.    The  progress  of   the  camp would thu**  be  promoted by  the government in a legitimate and  efiective manner,  mine-owueis and  other tax-payers  would   thus geUa  reasonable letuin for  the  revenue  lhey  furnish,   incicase   of   revenue  would   lesiilt,   and   this   province  would benefit as a whole.  *"' Fish   cieek   district is. after all,  only a  fair  example   of   the condition of other sections of the province   as   icgards   roads   and trails.  This     shows    the    necessity    for  vigorous, straightforward policy of  development,   and   now    that   an  election  is   to   take  place  we hope  the people  will   take  advantage of  the opportunity to insist on candidates pledging themselves to such a  policy, and   will  also  see that the  men elected  are ,of  the calibre to  carrv it out.  ��������� WHY, I AM A LIBERAL.  ', N0- 4-  i Owing to "the stand taken' by,the  Liberals against the encroachment  of the church of Rome on the'eivil  rights of the people, the church established in Montreal Le Nouvcair  Monda, a paper specially'intended  to combat Liberalism. When  Laurier first entered public life, this  paper reinaiked: "llis advanced  Liberal theories will prevent Catholics from 'giving',him the cordial  support which a Conservative would  have received. . . . Unfortunately his studies have lain along  Liberal, not to say Socialist, lines."  ,      '" lXmisTHIAl.  DI'VI'l.Ol'MJ'.NT.  t Conservative leaders shout themselves hoarse about the industrial  development of Canada, as if theirs  was the only party,to recognize the  value of manufacture. Long years  ago the Liberal party took up the  cause of home industry,,and in "one  of ���������tlie lirst legislative speeches-  Laurier made he urged the promotion of national industiies.  ' A  U.STITI'  i'i:ori.i:.      r        '  But the grandest  work' doiio   by  the  Liberals'has probably been in  healing the race wounds of the pas't  and making of Canada one   people*  one nation, one destiny.    Laurier  struck   the   keynote   of1   national  unity;when, in 1871', he said:  "The  time's   have changed, and tho hour  has struck'for French-Canadians to  enter the lists  with their  Fnglish-  spcaking   fellows.   -Our   respective  foiefathers were enemies, and waged  bloody ,.war agains.t eacli  other  for  centuries. , But  vve, their  descendants,   united -under  the same flag,  "fight no other fights "but those of a  generousv emulation   to excel' each  other in trade and  industry, in the  sciences, and in'"the arts of  peace."  The inconsistency of *  OUAi:   IIIOI'KIISJC.NTATIO.V  was first exposed < by the ��������� Libeials,  who contended 'members and ministers could not,do their,duty to  the provincial and federal interests  alike if they were permitted to hold  seats simultaneously in both houses  as there inteiests often clashed.  The result was to abolish this un-  desiiablo feature,of eai ly confedei-  ation to the benefit of the provinces  individually and the dominion as a  whole, the leforin having been  effectively'urged by such lopreson-  talives of Liberalism'as Marchand  'and Laurier.  * r ,    ���������"  ti'ii:-i.iur.ii.M. movj*.mi:nt ���������  in Canada was defined by Laurier  m 1S74'to be" a ' reflection of the  grand old Liberalism of ICnglaiui,  which had for so many years steadily woiked and (Voted for'reform,  and by constitutional means, had  achieved such splendid iesults. The  Liberals were also pledged to loyalty to the constitution", and in his  first speech in the commons Laurier  said: "Our. constitution is founded  on the British constitution, and  that is the fiist 'under which men  lived  FREIGHT RATES.  Vancouver Merchants Interview the  Fourth Vice-President  ' Kamloops f'entinel publishes the  following editorial on freight rates,  which are of ' equal importance1  locally, and the consolation extended to the board of trade'there may  also encourage the Uevelstoke board  to lesume its 'effoits in this direction:���������' ,i  '"'The mcichants   of   Vancouver  ���������have been   making  hay  while  the  sun.of .Mr. Bosworth,  fouith   vice-  president of the C. P. It., was shining at the' coast.    They  asked  for  "better terms" and in stating  their  case alleged that the ^unfairness of  the current,rates has occasioned so  much friction that unless the existing conditions, are   improved   the  harmony between   them and the C.  P.Ut. that should   prevail .cannot  he maintained.    They'complained  that the rales allowed the merchants  'of'Winnipeg  were  such  that, Vancouver merchant's  could   not compete with'; them   in   shipping goods  to   Calgary   and    vicinity:    They  said:    " We   have   gone   into   the  existing   freight,   rales   thoroughly,  and can   find   no   instance   wheie  goods originating   in   Jiastern Canada and shipped   to   Vancouver by  all-rail rotitc can, be  laid down at  Calgary in competition   with goods  shipped   from  Eastern ' Canada  to  Winnipeg and 'thence to Calgary,  but we can' show  instances wheie  goods can' be shipped through Vancouver  to   Winnipeg  and _ back to'  Calvary at  a   lower   rate   than the  same goods vyoujd take  if-shippe'd  direct   to   Calgary   through    Vancouver." This   'sounds    somewhat  familiar;   \C \a,   in (fact,   the   old  mystery of the cheap long haul and  the,dear sholt  haul   over  again in  another'  foim.      The    Vancouver  people may think they have reason  foi* complaint but, tlieir case is not  a circumstance  lo   what "the   mcr*-"  chanls' of interior  town-, siu'di1 as  Kamloops,  hav'e   to   put  up   with.  Mr.rBosworlh'has -promised to give  Vancouver the 'be*-lA possible/ales.  He was   importuned 'into' making  the concession ami tlieir persistence'  and the fruit,of it should encourage  the boa id of trade of   Kamloops to  make f.urther effort to obtain some  amelioration of   the existing unfair  rates imposed   upon Jocal shippers  and ini porters.'"  CONSERVATIVE PLATFORM.  lAriopluil i\l Ruw-Muko. SojifcmbcrKMli, lOOJ]  V Th.iMlu-i contention rcailinn^ tlio -policy  nf thu jMity in m.itieis of piowncial io.uIs and  liaiN; tlio otviiei-liip .ind^ ccmtiul of r.iil\\,i*s->  .nut tlio riutclojiincul -nf IIio'iik* iciillur-.il re-otir-  co-> ol Lhe pro*, incc a-- laid down in the platform  adopted in Oulolmr, lb'i'1, whioh i-. us follow���������*,:   '  "To acli\oly aid in the cnnstitirtioii of trails  throughout the mideieloped portions of llio  ptoviiKo and thu Ijuildin^ oT tho proiivnici.il  trunk road^ of public ncco-sit.\ '  '  "To adopt tliejuniciploi or^o-tumm-mit owner-  =hipof raihv.ni in m> lar a^ the circnnibLiiicos  or tlio piov'inro will admit, and tho adoption  of tho principlo th.it no boiiusshould bo granted  to anj railway company which dooi not (,'i\c  UioKo\onininiilof tho prmincu control oT i.itoi  o\or line*. Ixmuscd, to^otlici with tho the option  of puiclia-c. f " #  -"To ncti\elv- a������si-,t bv statu'.nil in tho  development ot tho a^ucidtural ru&ouic-us ol  tho pi ounce f       < <r   ,  2 That in tho meantime aud until the railway  policy abo\o -^otfoith can bo accomplished  a Koneral iailway act bo pa^aed, Kiyintf fieedom  to construct iailways undor cort'iin appio\ed  le^ulat lone, analogous to the system that has  rc-ailfed in Mich extensile railway const ruction  in the United State*', with <-o much advantage  to trade aud   coutnieice/ | 0  \\ That to encourage the mining indu-.t iv, the  taxation of metalliferous mines should bo on  the b.ibU of a   percentage  on tho ' not   pioiits.  4. That thcrXo\ernmuut ownership of telephone Mstcin should bo brought a bout as u first  step in the acquisition of public utilttos. ,  r o That a poition or eveiv coal area hereafter  to bo disposed of should be lu-uivrd I mm -ah*  or lease, mi that 'ftatn owned mines may be  c\i������ilv accessible, iT (heir operation becomes  necos-,,11 > oi nd\ is.ddc ,  (J. That in'' llic-'pnlp !������ml lun^e- pioW-.mii  should he made Cor reloio-tniK and that'Mop*!  should he taken for tho policial pro-ervation  of forests by Kiiaidiu^ a^aiiM (he wasteful  (lestiiictioii of tinihoi. ,   " (  t     1*  7. That the le^i-datine Mind pnonum-nt  oT the pio\ inee should pui-i-yeio in tin1 olio its  to sceuie Iho oxelusion of Asiatic laboi '  8. That (he m.itloi oT better loiins in the way  ofsub-uh and ajipioptiations foi tho province  should bo \ i^oroiisU pies-od U|khi tho J)om-  iniou ^oveininont    ' t        < '  0 That the sihei-lead iiidiiatnes of tho  province be losteied --and encouraged hx the  imposition of increased customs duties on  lead aud lead products unpolled info (jandaa,  and that tho Cons-eivatno nietuhers o( (ho  Dominion House be ui^ed lo ������������������upport^iiny  motion nit induced foi such .i puipo-.e  " '������������������>z~z  10. That as uuliistii.il disputes almost invaii-  ablv lesiilt in gieat lo-s .ind injuij uoth  to tho paities dnectv concerned, .ind to the  public, legislation shoulcl be pissed to piowdo  means for .iu atnic.iblo adjustment of such'  disputes   between   om plovers   and   emplovees.  11. That d is advisable to lostci (he manufac-  1 tne of tin* i aw piodnets ol the piov inco wMiuu  (ho piovuice as fai as piactic.ible bv* 'mean-**,  of taxaticin on tho ^atd law pioducls, subject  to 10b ite of the same in whole oi pail when  mauufactuiod in Uritish Columbia.   ,  Short talks by the Slater Shoe ad man  ���������i (    ' ���������Because'the "Slater Shoe" is widely,  y advertised;  /because a hundred thousand dollars has  been spent in making it known,      ' '  'the makers could- not afford: to risk * the  ,   entire loss of this expensive reputation by turning-  ' out- shoes which do not in every particular back1  up the makers' advertised claims. *  So that the wearer secures through " Slater ft  Shoe " advertising assurance that the shoe is not  skimped in the hidden parts, that wear-worthy  materials are used throughout',' that the shoe  must give entire satisfaction,   ' v  f "  'because an advertised shoe which does not ���������  satisfy, is subject to ten times as much criticism '  as a shoe 'whicn merely wears but does not  make distinctive'claims of superiority, such as  those made for the "Slater Shoe."    wl  And this large advertising expenditure, be-  ' sides forcing the makers to maintain the quality  pfthel*SlaterShoe,"reducesseIlingcost,increases ,  ���������factory.out-put���������permits ^specializing,- with all  thafmeans in economy of making.  i van  Shoe  CONSERVATIVE CONVENTIONS.  NEW, STAMPS  __   <���������      p  To i Be Issued on Dominion Day-  '< .* .'   The King's Portrait.  On Dominion D.iy'tlic PosUillicc  Dcp.utincnt will is-3iioi now pobLiyo  'stamp1*, unci tliobc wlio li.uc li.ul nn  oppoitiimtyiof bccini; .copicb of'thuni  bpc.ik most iippiovingly-' bolli of llio  closign nnd Llio woi kin.uiship^ .The  *-t,.unp*> Ijcui tlie likeness of tliu.ICini;  IvcfviTing to tlint S*pcech of j copiod  fiom llio  Iiituot  iioiti.ul of his  POLITICAL  Ci^. XV. Mclsim, of K.i*lo, is now re-  t'.uclt'd iia tlie prob.ilili" fjilici.il Cindi-  ilalu for tlmt i-idii.jr, i\liiuli now t.iki.'.-  in Trout, f.iikonnd I-"(_ri^n ���������oi 1.  Ifun. \i. .Mi'Biiili; intend*- jj"'11!? "VlM*  t-K.1 Ki'M-l-toko riding with T. T.iyloi1,  nnd \\ ill --pond ,i dny or two ut O.ini-  bru in-. Opportunity will bo tnkcn of  tliis vi-it nf tin, proiiiioi' thoio (ointci*-  viytt Iiiiii ii'^iiidiiiK io:id-> nnd ti.iils  intently miiiu'Ofl in th.it M'otion.  It i*- .stated one nf the l'n*-t net- of  tlio Mol'ildi* ^oveniinent li.i- ln-c-n to  i.iiio Ihi: -.il.u'ifH of >ilic "Kniokur-  bocker Ui ifj'.id*1'' ,il, Victon.i by "f.S,U0()  when in.iiiy of tliem .no nlicndy di.iw-  ing o.\'of*.isi\e s.il.n ii's, nnd tho inteiior  i������ sfnrvcd for want of niuob-needi'd  loads unci  trail-.  It is iLiitcd T. Taylor, who will prob-  nbly bo the (Joiif-orvntivo enndidnte for  Ro\e!stol-o ndin};, will bo iippointed  pmviiici.il sooiotaiy nt nn early date.  The uonclei bus been that n portfolio  wns not nwaidod Mi. Taylor on the  formation of th ��������� cabinet, 111 ne.\t to  Ifon. K. Ii. (imjcii, I'lemier .Moliiide  had no more faitbftil heneliniiiip  Ijtiunur, .Mr. Willi.son says: '"It,  would be hard indeed to ovei estimate the services which this'eloquent .French-Caii'idian has icnd-  ered to the cause.of Canadian unity  and to the integrity ancl solidity of  British institutions on this continent."  ui:vr.i.oi-.Mi:.\T or (.u.vuia.  The Liberal party lias ever been,  to the fore in promoting the development oi the dominion. A lail-  way from the Atlantic to lhe. Pacific  coast, improvement of harbors and  canals, reciprocity with tlie United _  States and reform of electoral laws!  have heen amon<r*-t the bulwarks of,'  the Liberal'programme. Even the'  Conservative leader, sir John .Mae- ���������  donaid, was forced to compliment J  the Liberal** on tlieir advocacy of a'  national programme a.- laid down ,  by Laurier 28'year? ago���������a policy)  the jiarty steadily adhered to dur-J  ing its long years of opposition.and ,  which the party has done '-o much  to give effect to -mco it ha.- been in |  power at Ottawa.  Ringing in the Ears.  majesty, being one t>.un(cih <>inuc liib  accession to the ' tluonc, icpic-cnlmt;  linn m loyal lobes, seal let nnd einiino.  and now in Yoi k lloiibe, the London  lesidencc of the J'lince of Wales. J'n  each of the.upper comers of the --tamp  is a Tudoi , ciown, and ;in the lower  cornet a anaple leaf, with a nnineial  lndicatine; the denomination of the.  .-tamp The poi trait of the K'intr i-, n  ������������������tiikiiig'aiid ad i.uablo hkcnesb of bib  j majesty.  x\t n in������i'*hiiKnr tlit-uM'i'iit niMif llir Pun infi.t 1  Con-ri \.ili\u A-i-nci.ijiini, licld ,il V.tnriuisei,  liin |iiii'inri1 M..I-- (iniilcrl into Inc ili\i-.ioii*.  'foi oiiMiu/.ilinii ]iHi|nios 'l'ln1 IviMiliai.o-  Ijiiunil.iiv liui-ittin i- iti.itln up nl (Im ���������-lullow in*'  ptiivinci.il ^t'liit timi tti-ti nil*.. * ltu\ijl-.liiku,  ''oliiiiiln i l1*!1! i*i" Ciiiiibiotili Yum, IwiNo  .Sloo.'ii, Vu tin, i* ,i -���������, Clii'eiiwfMul, llu1 cil*, oT  lin���������I.iikI .mil iIhi i;it\ nl Nrl-iui      AI   (Im-.line  lll(!|itlll,-|]lU I (II low IUW I l--.nl lit lllll- \U*H! lllll)pi cil:  I Tli.il, coin i'u I ion*- lur iioiutn.il inj; cuiiIhI-  ,lie-lol iiionilicr-,. nf tin- lc^l-liili\o a���������HuMy  l)(i niiiilo u|i of ilulo-^iil(*-������ clio-cn ,is follow-:  (,i) Iniits Vh*rtor.ii ili-n id-, one ilrlruiito  lol uifM Mill',mil lr,i(*tion ol lllt\ lolcs polled  ,il the piownci.il uUction hulil in J'lH).and if,llic  rill l-(Imileil liilo w.ird-, llii> piopoillnll nf  ilt'lu^iiti'-i Toi Ciicli Wiinl -liiill lie b.i-rd on Jho  loir pulleil in Ciich Wiirtl ,il the la-t riuuniciii.it  elect inn     , '   ,  (li) lu ulhor rleelor.il di-lncl-., mic^U'li'jMle  for e\ci\ lifh oi li.iclionof lillv \ntcs pulleil  ,il the pioMiici.il electmn held in I!I00, lhe dnl-  i*K<tti'-i to lie iipiioitioniMl to pollini- place-., oi ���������!-,  nr.ir theietn ,is wilt he I,in lo the lutein of the  dtfleri'iit iiei^lihoihood-.  'J. 'l'ln: eleelinn held of dele-.ile- -h.ill ho .it  public nicelun;-, held .tl .1 drii^u.ileil eeutiiil  [ilnce 111 each polliu*- (Iim-ioii, 01 iu imcIi ward  ini-iti eluclor.il ili-lncl-, if the cih isdiiideil  into vanl-. At --urh pulilic muotiiiKS, onh  I ho*-e ivlio pl|i(li,'e tlii'in-elvo-to \ote fin the  1 .iiidid.ite ot ciudid lie- selceted ,it the tioni-  111,idnic uiineulion --ti,ill he entitled to ,1 \o(e  Ioi (Icle'Mtc-.  .'I Two wee!.- nolioi' -li.'tll he ^neii nf the  puhlie ineetin;;- .it which deli'Ktile-i[ ate to lie  circled, iHiniitwiliiiKCoiiu'iiiion- frhall he liclrl 111  cih 1 lectoi.il di-(i ict-two fl.n-, ,iftei "the' d.iv  (111 which deh'y.ite-, -lie elected. ,iutt in ntlicL  nJei'toi.il di-t nets seien d.i.1-. artel All inriii.-  111.ition- thinii-rhtmt the pio\ nice to he 'iiiaile  ��������� it .1 ile-ii^iiiited coittr.il phiee 111 cicli elcctoial  di-ti ict. end,on tlie -anie da.\,  I All notice-, ol lhe date of [public iiieeliu^-  foi the olectinil ol delivate-, to iiniuiuatiiiK  com cut inn-, the apportionment of delegate-.,  and the place and dale of nominating coiimmi-  tinu-. in frcicial elecloial districts -hall be pie-  lia>(d ov tlie'mctubei of (ho e.\ieuli\e of lhe  dni-.ii'in in which the cle.ctpi.il di-(nct- aie 11I-  liyte, .'ind 1���������ned ovei Lhe iiame-of lhe pie-ideut  and.--#ecMjtarv of the Pioiiucial (.'niiaorvativo  Ar-ociatioit ' (  Made in Canada 40 yijars.   Goodyear welted.  *  ;        For men $4.00 and $5.50. ,       <-  A    For women $3.50 and $5.00.  ',���������,<- SOLE AGENTS:     *     .   ��������� . ' ' ..  G.vB: HUME & C0.5i Limited,/  ������ ' '' '   '   KHVELSTOKK,  13. 6. ���������  ' ,  Spring and Summer Suitings/  \VeJ1.1vc on'b.ind a complete <=loek of Woolen*-, "and   Tailor'1-. Trim- t    ^  niingbaiul will inake up Snits in Inst cl.i������s style lo sniL |iuiel)a,-er.  (live  11-- a' trial and we will .isbi-it, yon lo (-nn'iplfl1,: your dres-b in .111''  ai Lii-LtV: and up-to-date manner.      >   <      '     '. '   ,  1   r 1 _      ii  f't I c i\t\    Fashionable  lldUll,       Tailor.  (Jrauuatio ok niow youk's (jutting soiiooiJ-     '-���������    ,  r   r  ��������� ('   "-  C  Camborne Hotel  The  best. Oollai  a Day  in the town."  DAVIS OKI"!, Pioprietni'.  !)n.s*e IJi'Sl  1-51".  ndo nl' Wines, Spirits  > and Gigais. -  e- Mines  ge  A nieetin;; of the tiioi ineial executiie will be  held at Yttiicnuw'i1 wilhiti a montli, and thednte  for holding dtbti let noni 111,1(1111: con % en lion-, will  thou bo fixed., JOHN HOUSTON.  ���������*���������*"-* Pre-iidentof the I'loiincinl  , (^otiservatiie Abbociation.  NoUciii, JniiaMli, VXfi  Kootenay Lod^e  No. 15A.F. &A.M.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  I-"or Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.   Price 25 cents; large sue 50c.  Chamberlain's   Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy.  For Bowel Complaints.   Price 35 cents.  Chamberlain's Pain Balm.  An antiseptic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, Bruis-cs, Sprains, and Rheumatism     Price 25 cents; large si/,c 50 cents.  ThciCKultiiMiieetiiiK-i  mu held 111 the Masonic Temple. Hum nc  , -Thill,   on  the    thud  j^=]\I outlay   in   etich  ���������*-���������=������������ month   til    b  ]>.   111.  Visitint;   brut hi-en  cotdially welcomed.  It. ClOUDON* Sixiu.'iAuv.  LIMITED.       ' - 1  MINING BROKERS AND FISCAL AGENTS. >  MINES  AND   MINING  INVESTMENTS  Wo lnrni*-,h reports, nn all kiiuli, of nietallifeimis mines and   prospects  Lowest (inot.itions on listed and nnli--.ted milling stoeks.  OFIHOIAL BROKIORS FOR TIIIO  Calumet & British Columbia Gold Mines Ltd  NON-PERSONAL,INABILITY.   (I0VA MINK.)  DULUTII, Minn.  OAE-UMIST, Mich.  (JlliUAGO, II  NJiLSON*, 13. O.  'OAMHORNE, 13.  (J.  Thw i.-an iiiifailing si<;ii of ealaiih,  ancl if not, ehceketl will till inuit i-ly 1  if-.nlbin (lH.ifn������,-M.' The -.iiiipli-st, re- ���������  incilv. i-< C.il.in Iki/.oiio, whiih il in-,  haled a li-w tniii", daily, pivviMil-" lhei  eatai 111.1I ciindition finm spieadiiig. |  Cat.1 ri lin'/.oii'1 ipiickly stops  tinj^in^ in '  I 1111 IMIJ-,   llf'illl   lllli"!'-,  f"iv<'S   pi'l Ill.UII'Ilt   '  relief lo cat.in lull deafness.    Kor   ("al-j  an I) in mu  pm I of the -v-li'in.    Dioii-J  chilis. Asthma, Lung or Throat Tin-th- I  les, Catai 1 ho/.one if .1 spoi ilir,   and    is  guaranteed lo pe: 111,111 en(Iy 1 iin'm1 your  inoiies- liaek.    I.nige si/c,   VI (XI:   I1i.1l  si'/c, 2.I11   Dinggisis ni     I'oK'im it   Co., 1  Kiiigslnn, Oni.  Dit.   llAMtl/rns'i   Pit.1,-1  ci'in:  I'ns-  ������������������rii'A'no.N,  and  Chamberlain's Stomach  , Liver Tablets.  Tor  "Disorders of the Stomach, Liver  and Rowels,    Price 25 cents.  SELKIRK LODGE. NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  .Meets i:\ciy Tucsrliiy  ovenini;     111    Selknk  l[.il I     at    S    o'clock.  ) Visiting In utliron cut-  'tlinlly  invited  to at-  ' lend.  ,r. OUTIIiri'T. X. G. J. JIATJIIK. Six'.  Every one of these preparations  is guaranteed and if not fully satisfactory to the purchaser the  money will he rpfunded.  THIS IS NOT EGOTISM.  We lii-liei e '  Our   l.ilsiin -s  lnis|ii"ss.     We  rii".-  NEW PATENTS.  s,l\   II'  1 I.  1110.111-  / dc\ if i'  ,,     ktldw     lllll     lill iilli--.-i.  1-. tn hi'lp > on du v mu  supply iip-to-rl.il i>   fiii-ii-  md methods,- 111 > ��������� n > - y -  mil Imw to 11-" I Ifiii.  LOOK!    SEE!!  1  Fleming & I'eaeon, the rintliiif;  advertising photographer.-), ai-u', now  withiis. Now ia' your olinnce lo gel.  pliotographs cheap, and up-to-date  work. All photographs inouiitetl in  the latest .slyles. Walch for their  agents and secure coupons. Oct iu  on the opening rates,  Rowland Unltain   Patent Attorney.,  of   VancoiiU'i,   si lids    the    following1  lepoit,  for the \\< ck enfling June Oth.  l!)0:i      Dm ing this week <>U\    l'at"nts !  weie issued, .")(!) heing   to   eiti/ciis    of j  tlm United   "State-*; Aruent ma I,   Aus-I  trui    Hungary   2,   Helgnim -I,   Canada'  10,    Denmark    1,   (lieat    Mritain    22, |  Frnnco 0, Clermany Id, Italy I, Mexico;  3, New South   Wales 1, Xew   Zealand  I, .Sweden 1, Swil'frland I     and    Vic-  Lot in. A ii-dniJia I-  V.   D.  Slhley,    of    I'oil,    11.11)11111,11(1,  leceived thu week I lie I'. K Allowance  Coponation Hotel,,  7*i  Camborne,  .1. ii.  SMITH,  I'lopi-ii'toi  First Class' Accommodation   for   Travellers.  BIG HORN  BRAND  riCGISrCKED  Union  Made  Overalls,  Shirts  etc  on a  Wire  Minp  I look  wli  ieh  1^ m-  geniously designed to all'oid a lighl  nnd pin tieiiliiry slroiig hook in 11 veiy  simple inannei', - A half interest, in  the Patent lias heen assigned lo  I'efer MeTavish, of Vancouver, hut  late resident of Port Ifammoiid.  'I^('WI,I,I,  lJ,i>-i:-t.r.M' l.lllri.KH.  Doo-ie f.eaf  Files and  f.eclgers with  filing-', M[K>( tally tuh'd, printed, jhm for  aled  aud   puiii lied lo suit nriy stj'  lillillei.  of  Northwestern shares a.re now selling  al/ Iluncockiiiroiincl the dollai' murk.  'I'K.VdWKl.t,   I IIAiSMI'I'iK,  I'll.K.  Kootenay Mail 1'iiblishinf; Co. Limited,  ArkvklhtokI'', ii. c.  \VK  Shiil--.  f Jl .-I.tll-l.  In 111111 I'iiiiU,  'I SM'I ll   l'lllll-l,  I lltllllliull* I'lllll",  InmtiiTi,  lllrilli'l ���������������,  KiikIiu'cii" ,I,i eki lx,  ���������iV'.til' f'./m kit".  fiirh1 ri' iia' kel 1,  (iiii/hiiiit .In' lo Ih.  MihIuii l'l.iiiih I I'll-  l\* I'Wi nr,  MA.NM/KAC.  C'Hikrt  TURK  ApKHi-*:  S & CO.  ��������� '' '  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants!  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  ������*-^^-s*-s-"''Calgary, Alberta  FLEMING  KEVKIrSTOKE  PHOTOGRAPHER  Learn By Mail,  ami  Cn|M,  ('llllK'lllcirt'A|IIIHIK,  W'nlli 11' Ajn 11111,  I'liliiliiis' mill I'luiliM*-  imV Oi-I'iiiIIh,  Muoliluaw1 (.'(iiitii,  .Miu.kiimw I'niil-i,  TiiiiiiiiIIiii,  IliiiiniiKi] IIiikh,  llm 11   llhinLi'lH,  'I ..lit i,  Kir , 1 li,, clr.  I. tnhllilll'l  ISO ",     Til'(11 |inl,ll I'll l!l*l-.  TURNER, BEET01N & CO.  MMITKI),    1  WHOLESALE MERCHANTS,  VViu'iiIkiiihi's. Wlmt'f Hlrix't,  l'"iii:l.'ii'y, I I.IiliI,Ioii .Sl,i'i:i:|.,  VKJTOIMA,  I!."(!.,  A   SPECIALTY.  Over Kootenay  Mail Office  inn's Business Courses  are known all over (lie  world.  F  course from  Ten Dollars.  Pitman's Business College.  0|i|iosite Hotel Vaneouvcr  MERCHANTS.  1 We can supply von with a llrsi-cla.ss  loose leal' day hook and li-dyer cysteui  which is lieller lhan Ihosi' yoil si'url  '���������ust for and is much less iu price. I*a-  tioni/.i1 hoine iiuluslry and send us  your orders for counter hOoUs, loose  leaf day hooks and ledgers and reijuis*  it.es therefor.  hiampli'S and prices on application.  ;   Till': KOOTHNAY MA II..  Revelstoke.  Jas. I. Woodrow.  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer \n-^aano2S!&>.  BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All oiiIith promptly llllml.  REVELSTOKE, B.-C, &".'������������������'.������;  I L  /tl -.5??  iy  ' i -   ' '   * *��������� t?**i-**i  ', fr.f  ,--, to'  THE KOOTENAY^MAIL^  ���������p?-1  *" -:'.  CAMBORNE.  ��������� "Coolgaidie" Smith, of Gieenwood,  vifitcd the cam") this week to investigate.  The lit si  bie.Nclc .was   seen   in  the  '    stieetbof Cainboiiie during  the  past  week. _        ' ���������  C T. Jli.nnoiid is building a house  'on the teiiace near Mi. < Beck's tesi-  dence. i _ '  It is undo blood a, polic"c~b/Iicei will  * 'be  appointed   with   headquait'eis   at  Camborne. ,  G. Lemon intends building a stoic  with 50 ft. It on Inge opposite the.Mc-  ' Dowel 1 block.   , _   .  W. Slcensoi-plia:-, n'ni\ed to, open a  jeweliy s-toie.  ,      The  Jtcccption   is  under   excellent  '   inanngcmci t'since  being  taken   ovei  by'Aithur E\.u*s.   ��������� ���������,  IS.'A:   lEoavoncr,   of   Nelson,   has  1 opened a toCacco and   cigai stoic next  Campbell'1-- drug stoic.  ' -  .1. Ennes-t's  Hotel   Ciitciioti  was so  ciowded last   week 'he   bad (to lefuse  beds lo nuinbeis of vi.sitois.-*     ' ���������  ,1!. Stiangew'ay.s has the conti.iot foi  ,   a dwelling and  two  stoiey sto'ie to oc  built about   opposite   the   Hotel  Cii-  'tet ion.r      >       *.   ���������"-1- "       ;   ,  The home built���������on the tctr.ice by L'.  ,   10. Heck is  one  of  the  neatest in the  town, tho lots having been cle'aicd and  cultivated.    ,  The lesidencc leccntly elected by  G SumnerTis a beautifully lin'ished  house inside and would do ciedit(to an  older low n. ,        / ,, v '  .     13  ICDiew's  g.udcn   is  again   well  stocked with'ctopsof vegetables.    The  * g it don stufl   l used   heie. l.istjcu by  Mr. Dicw,w,i3 wondcifully,line.  Tli'o; Minei   ollice   lus, ni "line col-  f* .lection of samples of oics of'thcdistiict  ���������'in"tlie window,  and   these  should at-  tiact the attention   of  Msitois to'the  iiunci.il wealth of the section        , r" '  A**   The government  have  had the new  " budge across Pool cieek lcpaned since  the lues, but tho-stiect lequiics dealing and foi mi ng.'   A'woll giadcd   load  has been made to tho'Kva millntc.  T   J    Jleniy,   foimeily  loicnian   of  ,-*lhe ,SiKci'"Kiiij:  mine'at  Nelson, is  \btiilding   a-collage    on     Lexington  'avenue      1*.  Stiangewajs has tli'tfcon-  li.'i't    foi<   this'   .nut    K    Goldsmith's  lestaitiaiit  I) On intends  enlaiging tlic'C.un-  hoine Hotel   as  soon   as   he   can get  1 lumbei by connecting   the bar petition  '   with the  building  ho  bought fiom J.  A    Daiiagh     He is  l tinning  a  good  " doll.u-ii-day hotel      v  Andj Ciaig's   lneiy "stables will be;  when   completed, amongst  the  finest  "and   best equipped, in   the   mtciior.  The  bt'ildirg   is-GO ft. long  by  30 ft.  - wide with   loomy Miay   loft, aud water  laid on  "��������� An addition' is   to.be put, on'  ' for accommodation'of  ngs     H.tkri it  ' Lemon aie the contiactois.   \    ,  ������Since   taking  over "the. K\ a Hotel,  iMessis. Levesque it/riiew h.uceffected  gie.it   lmpioNCincnts     A   cell.u-has  been pio\idcd tho full si/.c of the building     An  . ddition   1-U1S ft.   is  being  eiec ted foi a siUiiu; looin. ^ The budding  has   Ceen~t'hoio'iigiily'"icno\ated.  'neatly   painted   and ' papered, and the  bai lilted up m   liist-class stj le     The  dining loom and   bed-iooms ,uc mulct.  chaigo of Mis  Thew.  One of the neatest buildings in the  town is that in couise of election as a  stoic for C. T Diamond This building is being ciected by Slav. J.is. Out-  1,1m, the celebiatcd inount.iiiieei, on  * lots he puichasccKficm^thciTownsite  company. Uakei, Lemon it Co ha\e  .the com'.ict for Hie building which is  (35 ft  long by 2������ ft   wide  The C.tnibotno Wsitc* SuAply Coin-  pan*. Limited aie.ananging to put in  an ellicient water ten ice for the town.  They have bad the pipe line, tesciioii"  site, and ictieulation seivicc sune-cd  b\ Giccn it Clements, of'Nelson The  lc\clsshow a fall to the town of close  on 300 ft fiom the lCsenoir, so tiiat,  when the system is put in, theie will  be no town in the piQWi.cc with such  ellicient water powci oi- liicpiotection.  Uinlding opciations in Camboinc  a'C gicatly delajed owing to theshoit-  ago of lumber. The Calumet and 13.'  C and the Ophn-Ladc companies  icquiie imincnto quantities of tinibei  foi then stamp nulls and tianiways,  and theie is. a fie.ivj building demand  to be supplied as well. Owing to the  bush fiies the Hniboi Lumber Co.  have been unable to get in logs, with  the icsiilt the miil has been running  shoittimo instead of nui-i tine, as it  should be to meet the demand  The McDowell block, in the lowet  poition of which A. G l'l.iscr - has  opened lns--geiiei.il stoic, is being lilted  upstaiis ius a public hall This will  give a good loom 30\f>0 ft. A l.ii-ed  dais has been built to ..li ii.iiiudalc  the onlookeis at a dame The ceiling  is N ll. fiom lhe liooi, thus all'oiding  a good loom for concctls oi lectinct".  Two iiiile-ioonis J2 ft. squaio aie pio-  \ideL1. The slauwny is loomy and  placed nl a low angle When opened  lhe hall will bo a gicil public con-  M'liu nee lo Canil'oine and a ciedit to  llli' low n  BEATON.  G. Lux has lost a lot of his fencing  by the higlrwatoi.l '   '^ <  r 13. T. 13.i 11, our now stoic l.eepei, is  getting in his stock of goods and will  open in a few days  Il/Necdham got the telephone again  into working oider Monday after it  had been out of business foi scveial  days by storm and flood.  A. G. Fiasei'has' a pretty site for a  home hero on two ucics of land which  he took up overlooking the Lipids  near the mouth of.Thoniso') cieek  This point can boast of thec.uliest  'sill a wherries of the season, M. JJc.iton  having been able to fegale'his fiiciKls"  on Sunday with a-'.splendid supply of  this fruit giown iu his g.udcn heie.'  , Andy 'Craig is li'uving,n busyt time  transpoiting passengeis, baggage and  express ' to Camborne. He has ono of  the finest four-hoisc stages on tho toad  and it is iu charge of a liistclassdiivcr  V Sinnctt, formerly ol Sloean. ���������  Miss Jennie Pi ice had her arm  biokcn in two places at the J'lospcct-  oi'b Exchange hotel on Satuiday, by  another gill accidentally striking her  as she jumped into bed. J)i. La/iei  came down,from GamlJoine to set the  limb. "      .      '' i , ''  ��������� ,JIi-s.������Xeedhani'h guidon is one of;  the beauty spots'Of Jioatou, with its  wealth of flowcio and small fiuits.*  Here is to bo seen one of the piettiest  ciecpcrs in the district in theciicfttlly  ti .lined'woodbine that so effectively  lends its kindly shade.  Ono of the most pleasant and successful picnic p.ntios cci 'bold in the  distiict was oigani/.cd by Mesdaincs  Fowlei and Sumnoi and Miss'Lade, of  Camboinc, and took pl.icc-hcic The  visitois c.i-.io in mostly in lies blip-,  plud by Andy Ci.ug. The lovely spot  between the bi idge and falls on Thomson cieek. was selected for the occasion,  swings-weie elected, tables fixed up,  the cieek provided excellent fishing,  the scenery,, a (fouled" 'variety foi the  camei.i iiend, and the shade.of the  ticcs in a cool summer day, and with  aciowd of happy,smiling faces, made  an ideal combination, which must  h.nc satisfied the ladies who aiiangcd  the 11e'aI. with the ,, succcsst th.it.it-  tende'd it-* Among the 'guests woic  Mr. ancl Mis Ewins, Mi. and Mrs  Thomson, Mi < and Mis Kanhall, Mr  and Miss Beaton, Misr Selnnock, Miami Mis On, Mis Enncst, Mi and  Mis. Tobin, Mi and Mis Stiutt, Mr  and Mrs Ciaig, Mr. and Mis Giaham,  Mr. and -Mis. Guntci'man, Mis' Nccd-  li.un "Mi." and Mrs. Poitci, Mcsdamcs  Reynolds, Fiasei, McDonald, Misses  Valentine and Thomson; dipt. Davcy,  Messis llemy, Rcai, Chnstie, XV. und  J.McMill.in, Jt. Nellis, A. A. Cl.uk,  Dickinson. Bull.ud, Campbell, Faulk-  nei.'A".ind C. 3\r.tcl..iy, T Downing.  Jfis. Nccdhani kindly sent o\ei* sonic  flowcis. Theie was an excellent sup-  pi*, of refiesliniento        ' , -    -  True and. Unfailing' Help,for Suf-  ���������',   i      fering Women.  i                                 >  / i   ' PAINE'S CELERY -COMPOUND ���������  ' The World's Medicine-for the Cure of  i Female Troubles.  Fine Upholstered Furniture.  , A large share of 'Hip evils 'and  sulferings women aie liable lo lesiilt  from 'special female weaknesses and  diseases. Fiom tin- 'sill enteiiiitf  womanhood to tin- woman whoanives  at the Grand Climacteiit* or "Change  ol life," theie are~lroubles, ailineiiLs  and ii regulaiilies���������too nftfii'lioi nc in  -llenee���������which undermim: the health  and ii-siilt in> disi'.ise. Wheie miiIi  londitiiins exist, Heaven help the pot.i*  *-nneier- to fully ii-iilize their,peiilsnnd  dangei.-l ,       vi  11 i- well known thai, ordinary  medical fiealiiieul. too otten fails to  build up the delicate iiLi't'oii.s r}>teii)  of woman,  and "give   necess.iry  ,tone  and htlength to Lhe impoi l.int iemale  organs. The expel ienee ol yeai*-,'  inedii.il testimonv and lelleis from  tens of thousands ot ( meil women,  point, to Paine'*, n-leiy (Juiiipniind  as woman's fiiend and hie giver. Jessie M. Ko*.s, Qiiyim, P. Q . say-:���������-  "It a (foi (Is me i iiiik ll-- plea-uie In  testify lo the,gi eat good lhal. Pane1'-.  Celery Con.pound lias done lor me.  I was completely iiiuiluwn in health  and a victim of female ui-nl-.ni���������*, and  after,using three- bottles ol������\ Paine's  Celery lompotinil ] was completely  cured. It is the best, blood pnrilier .J  know of,'anil I iccoiumeiid it lo all  who are troubled as I was,"p  Wc have  an exceptional  Kin^c  all of  of 'Parlor  Furni-  iphols-  5-.lyJi.sli  lure���������all of  which  tered by ourselves. '  You can choose your own  cover when desired  Samples mailed.  We   have   made  Furnishing a life study  GRAZING r.EGULATIOfiS  Home  Weiler Bros. F������K"Victoria,B.C.  T  FIRE VALLEY.  i rmiii onriiuii corru-IKiiiiluul ,,r -  Mis. G. 11. Old nnd son ainved home  from Itevclstoko Fnday.,"       <      i  ,   Mr. Mai lin of  Kossland spent a few  days in the Valley last week'  The'iancheis nlonu the lake shoie  ha \e commenced shipping'st i aw beiries.  Ji. J. I3aiifjs is cle.uiiif; out'thc logs  on the J'Mie Valloy "and Kettle "River  trail ' i ,  Misb Kit by, who has been' spending  u few"days'with friends in ltevelstoke.  has letuined home../.      . '  I?.-" Willi.imion. managci , of tlie  Chciiv   Cieek Mininjr coinpanv, canic  HENRY'S, NUflSERIES  The J.adysmitli   strike   was deel ued  oil at an open   mass  nioclinjr   bold on  1 llu- (iii'oii .il   l,.ul".siiutli   on   Monday.  'i'he men went back  on the old tonus.  A GUARANTEED CUBE  For all Forms of Kidney Disease.  We lhe iiiidei-itfiicd Hi n^isls are  full\ piepaied to ���������fjive the lollowiiiK  ^iliiianlee Willi eveiv CO i fill boltle  i rllt. I'lltiiiKill's Kidney-Woi I Tablet-. I lie nulv lemedv in I lie win Id Mini  pn-ilMih euii- .ill tlinililis aiisiiif;  lintii weak Kicliii-v ������������������:-  "Minii'V   i lin i lull\    i > l 1 if   llu  Mill i i^ mil    ieln.\ ed iiiul   iinpiini'd  ii 11 el use id one liollle, 'J'hieelo six  bnl lies elli-cl flolil-llillK and peiiiian-  eiil elite-. II in'l iclieved anddlii'd,  j mi wasie no niiiuej,  (;.iu t da DniK As I look OiLiKevelsluke,  II. (;.  I    ,1. A   -Milh'i -V ('���������>..  Ilevelsliike, II   (1,  Waller Hews, Kevel'loke,   II.   0.  'Too Great aFisk.  r-   -    <: ���������. <       -  In almo.-t eveiy neighboihood someone has died fiom ,\n attack ot colic or  cholera moi bus, otten befoie medicine  could be piocuied or a physiLian miiii-  fiiJinecl ,-"A'ieliable*iem(''dy tor'Mhese  diseases should lie kept .it hand. The  ii-.k is too gieat foi anyone to take.  Chamberlain's Colic, Choleio mihI'Di.i-  ii lioea .Itemed} has undoubtedly saved  the lives ot ii'ine people and leheved  moie pain andsnltei im; than any oilier  ined'a me in use.- It can always be  depended upon. Koi sale by all di tig-  gists.  ARROWHEAD,  ' Troiii our emu corrcsixiwlpiil  IE. K. Jji\ing.ston visited Kc\olstokc  Wednesday.  Gold Commissionci, Fiasor was in  town Wednesday. - <  Se\cr.il f.ums on Cianbeny cieek  weic badly flooded.  Ceojgo Boyd has mo\cd into Anow-  head from his farm.       *  The JJekcw mill has shut down on  account of high watei.  James l>udgato is expected to icluin  fiom Ontario Satin day.  The watct in Anow lake was within  tivo.fcct of high watei in.uk of "JO  Two cais of inachiiieiy foi the Jjtid-  gatc mill aiii\cd Wednesday fiom  Biantfoid.  Mrs. J. J. Foley i.s stiU laid up tit  Halcyon Spiings witluhcumiitism and  is linpioving veiy slowly.  The water has leccdcd two feet in  Anow lake and the tiain is now able  to make Aiioi\head fiom lto\oIslokc  with  height.  down li om Monashco   mountain  eft foi .Nelson on tbe 18th  and  " Lightning Remedy, for Cramps.  Some peo'ple have clamps pretty nl-  ten, otheis only now ,uid again. But  w hen you do have, t hem its a mighty  quiLk ii'Iief-. yon want. 'PoKon'*-, Ncr-  \iliiio is is sine as death to relieve  ciauips in five secniicls���������it's instantaneous, just a tew (hops in sweetened'  wat1"1! and the pain 's "gone Buy a  hoi tie of Nervilme to-day aud keep it  handy. Nervilme is a lominntv household necessity and only'costs 23 cents.  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Greenhouse"and Hardy Plants  *  (  Roses, Rhododendrons, etc.  Tons of Home Grown and Imported  Garden, Field'and Flower Seeds  , lor Spring I'l.itiling*. '  CUT FLOWERS  for Balls Weddings  Chinch Decoialions  Funei'al JDesigns.    "  AGRICULTURAL JMPLEMIiNTS,  '  -  DEB SUPPLIES,' :    --  ,    FRUIT BASKETS,  r   ' *' FERTfLIZIiRS  , Ciit.ilojruo Kiee.    ' Kistci n Pnccsoi l.ois. i  3009  M. J-HENRY,    -  Wcsfminstor  Road,   Vancoiuei  Winn: Lauok Only.  GOLDFIELDS.  t R.'vPoiTy states he is aiianging foi a  bieweiv to st.nt business heie   ,  0     . " ���������-  This 'townsite   has    become   quite  dcsicited. Mc&sis. Diamond andjA. G  Fiaser, who each had stores heie, ha\c  closed them and moved to Camboinc,  and ithe'Noithwestei n Hotel -being*  also closed, loaves not a single business  of any kind heie now. Anew hotel,  the Goldfinch, ia about l& he opened;  howc\ci,".by, J. XV. Roberts, .foimeily  of.Roboi ts's lanch at Nelson.   '^ <      .  CARD OF THANKS.  IMilor Kooii.nai Jim.  Di:\n Slit���������Will j on kindly allow  mo sj ace in youi paper to tlianlctlie  knid fiiends at Jtogcis Pass foi v then  thoughtful laicwell and the puisc  which they picscnled to my daughtei  and myself. We spent fi\'e ^ely pleasant j cais a.t Rogeis Pass aii(i"\\oie*\eiy  sony to leave the many friends we had  made theio. Wc shall alwavs appreciate their kindness and lemeniber  their gilt as a token of the respect in-  which they held us, Again flanking  them for thcii kindness,  Vou is \ciy ti u!j ,  alii*-.   WlM.I VMsOX  Complete Installations Our'Specialty , '    ,  _���������  a ��������� Finest Glass of Machinery ���������...'.  t    "^w*^m^^HM'-'-W  The * Hintoia Electric^ .Co., Limited  , i   VICTORIA and'-'VANCOUVER,  EDDY'S  "KING EDWARD"t, 1000s. '  '"HEADLIGHT," 500s.    ' ,-  ,  "EAGLIi",*':i00-.ind2(KK'-   ���������'.  1 t 1  '-"VICTORIA,"   ' '  "LITTI.E COMET."  FOR  SALE   EVERYWHERE.  ^  ^  ^  -Are the best-that can bevbought.'  -   , -.-'       '.   "    ,   - -       '.'*-''   'i  Don't experiment with other and inferior brandb.  \ I* i , v  TJSE3   DSIDID-^'S        "   "  <HK><KK><MKHKKKKKKK><>  WRAPPING  PAPER  PAPER BAGS.  AND  The Kootenay Mail has been  appointed agent for one of  the laigcst Canadian Papoi  Mills i  Wrapping papeis in lollsoi  jll.it, and paper 'bags of all  weights and si/es .supplied to  oidei  piintcdoi ur.pnntcd  Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.  Halcyon Hot Springs  ^fa n it arium.  Nervous and Sleepless.  Theie is just one cure and thai i"  plenty ol food lor the blood and nerves,  which is liesl siippliid in Ferro/.oue,  than which no blood builder, neive  tonic or stiength pioducer is better.  Ferro/.ono pioinotes healthy digestion,  which icstills in iiuptovecl iiultilion.  The blood glows i ich and led, furnishes stability to Lhe untile' system,  anil lhe stun1 ol nervo loice and energy ineiease daily. A lohuildiug ot the.  eoiistilution, new spu its, health and  --lii'nglh, all Lome limn lhe use ot  L'Viio/.iiuc. This inancliiii-, lenuMiloi  is sold by Di lugists Ioi 5U*.. .i hux,  oi -,|\ liuM'-i Im !^2 .IO. by mail liom  Pulsion & Co., lCiiigston (Jul.  Toothache Cured in One Minute  Silt ni ale some halting wilh Poisons  Net vtline and place in the cavity ot  lhe tooth. Rub the painful part of  the face with Nerviline, bind in hot  flannel, and the tootnadie .will disappear, i in media lei v. Neiviline is a  splendid household lemedy forCramp*-.  Indigestion, Sunnm-! Complaint,  Rheumalism, neuralgia, and Tool h-  acbe. Pnweiful. pei^tialing, e.ile muI  pleisanlloi internal and  external us  rnHE MEDICAL WATURS ol ll.il-  _JL cyun aie lhe most i lira live in lhe  woi Id. d A perteel, iialuial lemedy foi  all Net "ions and Mus(iilar disease**,  Liver, Kidney ancl Stomach ailinenls  and Metallic Poisoning. Asiuecuie  for, "That Turd Feeling." Speiial  tales on all^boals and tiaius. Two  mails ai live a'nd depnt t ovei y day.  Telegraph (oininiinic.il ton with .ill  paitsotthi" woi Id. An expei ienced  inassanger.  Halcyon Hot Springs  v   Arroia LaKe. 3, C.  HOTEL  J. LAUGHTON,' Proprietor,  REVELSTOKE,. B. G.  't'his hotel i1-now open foi* lhe .Keoinmndation of the lta\ elling  public. Ill*, lhe most ( onveniently situated hotel in I lie litv, being  at the cornei ol Fust Slieel and Cnnnaught Avenue, in the ho.n t of  lhe husiu('--s portion of the illy, convenient lo laiiway station and  post office , ��������� ,     *   c  First Class Aooomrn'odation and Tabic '   *-  ' *" Best Brands.of Winos, Llauors and Cigars.  M>Q<)<H>0<>-0<><K>-0"  TH  CITY EXPRESS  w  2.x-.  Ti y  n Id  Dit.   Hamilton's  KJU.SM.-bS.  Nei \ liuie.  Ptr.t.s  roil   Bit.-  NAKUSP.  Kiiiin iiiii on ii Corru-iiomluiit  The weather has been \a\y cold this  last few days  Ah. and Mis, Scott went to Halcyon  Spiings Wednesday.  jMib.ses La Dell and Scoll aie again  lulled  heie foi .Siiliuilay evening.  The people of lhe town intend having spoil on.Inly 1st foi the  ehildien.  The lake ha-i gone down sulheient  Im the mill lu icbiinie   woik   'J'uesd.n.  'I he tugs liono and Coltiiubia weie  bus} on Monday lemouitg di iflwood  liom the lake shoie.  'I heie will be au exclusion and  stiaw hei i> festival on the night ol  ,luh I, iu aid of the 1'iesbj tei tan  c lunch  LUMBERING.  A steam launch will piob.ibly be  built by the sawmill conipany.it Tioul  Luke for handling thou logs on the  lake. *   ,    '  ThcILuho! Lumbei Company, limited h;i\e sliu (ed the improvement of  Kish cieek foi logging opciations, and  ha\e a gang at woik leinoving the big  j mi in the canyon alio-, c J3enton. Up  to .Satuiday scon cases of dynamite  had   been   used  on   it  without much  effect.  11  One h unci led and tw en ly-one licenses  to cut timber on government land weic  issued dm nig the montli of May, sixty-  six of them being lonew.ils. These  licen-cs lepiotcnt a lovenue to the  go*, eminent of. $j 2, LOO Dining the  pist week eli.\en licenses weic applied  for. Thus, iu spite of the fact that all  timber limits must be sui\eyed hofoie  they aie stakon, Iheic is no diminution,but an acluiil iucieasc in the demand foi licenses..  A Purely Vegetable Corn Cure.  Putnam'-* Painless Corn Extractor  is entiiely vegetable in compound,  never stings or makes sore spots,  Insist cm "l-'utnam's,*'it cures in one  night.  S. S. REVELSTOKE PASSENGERS  l'p���������I C. Monlgomciy, J. 1). Sibbald A Miadley, If. C. Garner, Gcoigc  llait/ell, Geoige Uichaids, D. Homer,  Chailes Gicen. .1. U. .Jitikins, Dow nie;  A. ilobn-on, Jf. Fiinck-on. DoncllyVs  Camp  Down���������A. Hanson, NT. Chambei*1,  (icoige Dow lie-, fioin Dow nie; 0 .1  Kiiinen-, M II Linkii1*, Ah II. (h,  fiom I'elei-iiu'-t ranch; A .lolui'-on, II  iMiirek-iou, fiom C imp  1.  B. Paget, Prop.  Piompl delneiy of pat eels, bagg.igi  etc , to any p.n t of the City  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  .All   onleis   left   at K.   M   Smvlhe'  Tobacco Stote, or by Telephone, No.  will receive piuiupt *itt( nt ion.  ABRAHAMSONIBROS.," PROPRIETORS.  Newly   built.      Fir&t-cl.i&s in every respect.      Ml modern convenience.1-.  Laige Sum pie Rooms. l  Rates $1 50 per Day Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout  Lake, under same  usraig-BffSBum i~u -mum  manaoement.  ������3  <^i (fa (fa (fa (fa (fa f$������ (fa (fa t$j (fa (fa rfa (fa ifa f$> (fa r$������ tfa (fa(fa(fa(fa(fa(fatfa(fa(faiMi  (fa  \fa  rfa  (fa  (fa  SEE  Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke of  oriiamcnl.il  useful  articles:  Tea t-ci \ Ices  PllltCf  llaskuln  Canu (Jliahs  Haiidkerclilers  ind  Klowei I'utn  UlnlillIIil Slimilrt  laincli ll.i-il.uu  SiiioMiik .liiclccls  Sill, (iood-  GOLD FISH  Klnc-l stock of ciinllcs and fiult In lnwn.  Front Slrcet. Rovelsloke  Trailtimarks  Copynelils  ics.  PATENTS n���������T;  ��������� uliliiliicd in nil count11  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney   v  Mccliuiiiuil     Knt'ilico!     anil     Diiuiglilsnnin,  Hank  of 11. N. A. Iliiil(llii������t,. Hnstmgs fetioiit  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A pobtcaul will sccuio an o\i niiif-* uppulnl  incut for those who uuinol cull inning thu ilny  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices  Paia  F.    B.    WELLS;  BxiDorter of Purs.  (fa  (fa>  <$)  r*������  (fa  <$)  (fa  (fa  (fa  (fa  (fa  HOTEL   LARDEAU  COMAPLIX  T/w Best House in Town.    -    Well Furnished  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.       ���������  Good Table tfa  (fa  (fa  (fa  (fa^(fa(fa(fa(fa(fa"fa(fa(fa(fa(fa(fa(fa  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished  wilh  the choicest the market  affords.       Best   Wines,   Liquors, & Cigars.  Monthly rate.     ,  J".  Rates $ i a clay.  ALBERT  STOISTE,      PEOI  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  ���������4, ���������  Willi Hal lis and   Toilets atlatlicd flinoim: Hot  Inside Toilets on cadi  floor. Ga.\ ! ,y/it<d and  S/taiii  Heated Thronglionl  .). C. ORI'l-Nl:, IVoi-riclor,        ��������� ���������'     G0LI)l:i\\ H. C.  Rooms in Suites  and Cold Water  OOMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUNG*,  Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquois and Ci  Travellers  to   Fish Creek will fine  at this, Motel.  a'  evee  irs.  Jleiu  accommodation  CALENDARS FOR 1904  Wc  ll l\ I1  III I'll    l|l|lllltlll ll     lljtl'llls    fill*  li1 iilinn l!i ni-li. (Jim nli ui .mil   Aiiii-ii-  lllll     lillll-    .Mill     (,HI   (lIVl'l   11   S|.||.(.||(lll   llT  ('ill lill-.    I.II     l!)()l    s||( ||    ll-   Illls MI'Vl'l  Iii'Iiiic lii'i-ii iiITi'icil tn tin*. di*,tii(t.  Iti-si't ii' \eiii   mil. I-   pi'lidniK   11   (nil  i I mil 11-| mi si'M I.i 11 \.' w nil s,itii|i|i"*.  The Kootenay Mail Pub. Co. Ltd,.  UKVKLSTOIU1*   11. (J.  WOOD YARD  I luui* -.I.i11i-il a pci iii.iiii'iil \\'nii(l  Y.uil on TliinI sticct. With fnv p-isl  ('S|ii'iii'iiti1 I Impc In  In* in  a   pcisiiiiin  In silisfv nil   i.'(|iiii>.|i t-,  i.|  cit-loin-  cii     Mill   nnd   i <u(lwiiiul   -upi'lii'd   in  ������iiiv lciigili*- nt 11 dm I'd pi ki1- fm (.tin.  Ii. SAMSOX.  For Manitoba, the   Nortiiv/est  Teiri-*  toiius and the Railway Belt in  British  Columbia.  i  J,r.isi*������ fur frM/nif-j purpo-c-, ������r( is-iicil for n  term of luciilj-onc }car~. nnd the itnl.il i-. at  llio mtuof l������o i cuts an acre per annum, jmj-  nlile li.ilf} cai Iv m .id\ nnce.     ������  I-iiid-. includtil in a grazing lc.i������a maj liu  witlidniuii for liouicntcul entry, -jiloorr.nl-  ������nv ptirjKi-L--, but no K.ntal i-> charged on hiicli  Inmli li.iin tho date upon winch the} aro withdraw nfi.in tholuL-o.  A lr������oe of Kra/nii,' laiuK i- not entitled to the  lin.i tlicrcnn. but lie inn), upon iippli'_ition in  the agent, of nonunion UukK obl.un each jinr  tlio (li-I piTimt lo cm on hi- Irascliold whai,-  ever <]n,intity nf h.iy ho may rcipilre for 111-  own u������i������. free of due-. tliedLpartineiitrei-ervinK.  llio light to i-Miie permit* to other applicant-.  Aiiplii iilion-   for   Kra7inj-r Ica������es -lioulil  he  made lo the.*-Vcrclar>, Department, of the In ,  terlor, Ottawa. '  I ]>. G. KKYKS,  Sccrctarj, Department of the Interior.  .S*. .S\, "zl rclta '''  TABLE  or S. .S'.   '''Lardeau.'  i,   TIME TABLE   -.  (Din inff sc.ison of liiffh  w.itcr.^  ���������LiMve Eight JNIilo J^indiny each    (  TUKSDzVS'  AXD  FRIDAY .it0 a. in  Li'.ivo La Poite (MC-h1*  TUKSDA V zViVP- FB IDA Y at '1  Pj <<>  SPEOIAL T1UPS imII  he  ninde  he-'  twpi'ii d.ilt's nf' 'rcj-fiilai1 t-iiilinq  when-  ovt'i liii-iin--- olb'icri ������,iii,ifit-j -mIiik-  Thi' Uninp.in'y i rsei vi������ the li^ht'lo  chain-;!* limu and days nf -sailing without IKltlCC. '      , ,  FO UPLAND,  .M.i-li-i.  IJ.JIAUIIKIJ.  lJni-?e  OCEAN, STEAMSHIPS  , ��������� ^  0 Royal Hail Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country. -  ALLAN' Iilffn-Kronijroiilical.     -  TiuiibiMn     '.  .    ' J Mnj 2.1  1'nriii.ni    ....  " i. .    . . Maj M  Prutorian.       ;-? .'         June I!  DOMINION' ].INTi:-Krom JIontie.il.     ,  Dominion '.    . . ' Mm 2.1  Soulhwark .'.Mn> '.HI  C.in.ida ^ I.. ..'.,.   ...June 13  DOMINION" LlN'Jv-Krom Hoston   *     *  M.ijflowei  ..M.i\ 21  C'onimonwe.iltli   ���������    .  .   .     June'  Nov. J^nglnnd ,     '.   ..Inncll  UKAVKIl LINK��������� Krom ilontrcalP   ,      ���������  Like Matntoba      Like ('lmmpUm        Lake l^iiu     . .    .  AMLUK'AN  LI.N'K-  S-t. Louis  New S'oik     . .. -  Philadelphia.^  WIIITK STAR LINT  Gcnn.inic     ^..  Miiju-l'-"   Celtic   Oceanic         CliN'AliD LINK.  Ltruiia    CunpaiiM      IJnibna .. ...   '.Maj 21   1 line I  ... .June II  From New York.  .     .        .   Ma\ 21  . .   Maj 21   luncG  ���������l'loni New York.  ..     " May 20  ...     .      May-27    May'J3  , June J  Ki om Now ^oi k.  .  .    .. May 23   Maj :tu  June G  C UN AH I) LINE���������From Bo-ton.  hernia       ...   .Maj 1!)  Ulionia                '       May 211  Sixonia            June 2  hernia        ... . ,    . ...June 10  Passengers ticketed through to al) parts of  Great lintain and Ireland, and at spcciallv low  rates to all parts of the Kuropean continent.  Apply to neari���������t railwaj or-tcamship agent, or  to  T' W. BRADSHAW,   Agent.  Revelstoke.  W. P. F. CUMMINTGS. Pacific As-cnt.  ��������� MaaaeODBiiiiiiai ���������~.  i  ���������^ ������J--ilR ^S? D������3 F-?a v w J? ' ��������� J* " 9 R o^ ��������� *^ v ������ ������ a * n*  ^m^SSW^^J&^VS'i.S^S^iiP^1m^mCa  ia Its 351-1 \-rj-  /SSSc   Fining <  Tht I-;-; -", ���������'ri-*; p-i.-loalc.il of Iho  ������o-!d. v..*.h in si-osirsri ecliorlal staff  cf an/ Ice lnical p-uclica-lon.  Sjbscrtp.icn Sj.00 a year (i-cludlnj;  U. S . d-iai-Ma-i  Mexican pcrtsqi: )  Tnj Jo-jf'AL a-1 Pacihc Coast  Mi1 er together^ 56.00.  Si-iclc CO-.IC5, froo Sc-iJ f;r 3-������5:  Catilo'r-1:  The Ei oi-jEPRinoand Mi'ii*:--! Jou'iNAL  261 Eroac*j.'a>. ll-w Ycr������  ��������� ABanf.������r  ��������� ������*nn������n*naa.,  ������������MHaH)i������B  191  ���������of  Ist  i-  ���������j"  |0t  'Jf   LJi  iSHl  Standard remedy lor Gleet,  Gonorrhcca and Runnings  IN 40 HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles.  MIDYJ  SHIP YOUR.  HIDES  ^y:yyy::''yy''^yi'yy}yyywyy  ''^pv^-V'v'.?0^*-?'^  ^p/v''AAlAi'E������TiBti'8HE,p,.aa';vt*������  MAKE SHIPMENT; CONVINCE YOUBSELF  1   <,*���������  lll./l  1      <  Itiiiining between AiTOivhcnd. Ihoin-ont  LniKlinvanil Coinapli\- coimnenciiiK Oct. llth,  lSKIl. will -ail a- follow- (weather poimittinj,1):  Lea\e Arrowhead for Thomson---; TjindiiiR  and C om.uilii; twiee daily at tOk and 15k.  Leave Com**pli\ and 1 lioni-on'-(Uindlni; foi  Al row head twice dnil> at 7.15k andl2.l,ik.  Making clo-e connections, with all C. I'. It.  tiain- and boat"-. ,.  Tho o%\ nei- rcsei Oo the r>e,lilto chan-c timc-  of sniilingi*- wuhout notice        <       ,  >    '  TIIK I'HKD HOHINSON LU.MBKH CO. LTD  -    " <* ' K.'HOniN'SbN."'  i ��������� v MnnaKinK Dncctor,  '"-     A- -  Tiis' Revelstoko navigation Co. Lid  -, t ��������� v  'f** '"' J -^l  J - -^., 111  ' ^ y ,X  " y ^v'v,  , ^'-Af1  i    ���������������������������'���������"   v )"���������������������������.  ( I  ty,  '^y,  '' "-Jh I  *    il  ������   . f ������������������*��������� r  * -  U-i,-*  J.*.'  ' -  .1*.  -.1'  All'  ������-  '  'l-t,  t  1     <  ? *    | M* f^+^HLfJlA-b " ������**,������-J������ -  i������������t������iJlfc.<rMi������-*J   kiha* *���������,  ������     I'   ^MMdarttMiwwto'''lMWW J5fi  *��������� f  THE KOOTJSNAY^MAIL.  We have a  mem of the  erican    and,  makes of'  urge assort-  best Am-  Canadian  ladies and {rent's Parses  Card Cases', and    ���������-  ( i        i  . Chatelaine Bags  ,A11   the   newest  on hand at tlie'  styles  CANADA DRUG  AND BOOK CO;���������;  '   REVELSTOKE.  IN THE GREEN ROOM/  ' Julv 1st���������\Villiiij5-\Voikcis>.  high  house  be te-  "    An ton. a Doloies  gave  .1   veiy  classed .-ongrecit.il .it tlio Opeia  Wednesday  evening     It^is   to  "���������letted   tii.it   so   )-iuiny*   niiiiie loveis  ' nii-scd this siilcndiil oppottunity of  hearing one so talented aSiMdllc Dolores. She vvas^ ably iisssislcd by John  Piou-a1, baiitone,and Claianco Newell,  pianist. ��������� i  The Clara Mat lie's company favoicd  Revelstoke again w itli<~:i visit, The  opening piece, 'The -JJoy.il Spy." on  Patuidav night, was \<;iy well played'  Mis*- Mathes taking the title nolo  Monday evening "'Noll Gwj nno" Hits-  given, Miss Mathes again appealing in  . the title role, in which sho showed her  ability as an'.icticss Tuesday evening ������in the Reign of the Fnipeior"vvns  piesent������r*to .1 packed house Miss  Mathes h.io"gi\cn special attention to  the vaudeville specialties and niaycon-  sidei heisclf veiy t'oitiin.itc in basing  ��������� one with such a splendid ba.-s \oice as  Jinny Jiovvc in hei companv.     ,  some steps should ho taken to keep  better oulcr in the galleiy. Fui sonu-  time  p.ist  theie  has  been a ciowd of  .   young men and bovs in M'.e  ends  and  middle of the litst gallon* who   pcisist  , in-iesponding  to  peifoi.meis     This is  veiy ti.Mng to both the   peifoi niei" .mil  - an "appiecintivc .iiiilienec. Wednesday  'night dining Mdile. J)oloies's ' Kcho  So������ig." somc"little wictchr in the back  - of tlie ga.leiv kept distuibnig the  audienccT by   an   attempt at echoing.  ,'These men and bu\s should not be allowed loc.ury on so ungentlemanly  I  OCAL & GENERAL  of ill  The members of the Methodist choir  will celebrate Dominion Jlay by the  holding of a picnic, the destination of  their outing to be decided upon Tuesday evening, which they are invited to  pend as tlio guests of the pastor, Jley.  C, Jji'idnor, in the sampling of his  stiuwbcirie.s.  Oilice'is of the local division of the  U. 13. J{. li. icecived a wire on Tuesday  stating' that a settlement of the strike  had been arrived at und autliori/.iiig  the letiirii to woik of all strikeis.  Nearly all helpeis have alieady ic-  sumed their duties, and it is under-1  stood thc'clciks who wish to take up  their fonner positions will do so the  beginning of the month.  Rogeis Pass lost itsr oldest icsident  this week in the poison of Mrs.-Will-  '���������iinison. , who conies to take up her  homo in Jievclsloke. , Before leaving  the people of Itogers Pass gatlioicel tot-ether and gave her a farewell. About  50 people weie piescnt and 0. 1>. Mollis, in a few chosen 'wouls, inesentcd  her on ' behalf i f those present with a  well filled piuso. Mis. Williamson  w.ia unite .sui*|iii.sed but thanked them  very much for.their kindness.  A statement of the proceeds of the  English Church Sunday school entertainment shows gross leeoipsJUO, expenses iKI"*.!**.***, net amount $77.-15. A  very suitable and handsome bookcase  lO.vl feet, with three sliding doors of  glass, lins been piuchascd fiom Mr.  .John 10, Wood, and liied up iu lhe  nute-iooni of the chinch. At, an o.uly  date the books will bo caiefiilly chosen  byliev. 0. A. l'rocunicr and Sunday  school leacliois, for which theicare  ample funds. ' J  Sincc'the passing of the iesolution  by the council last meeting topiovidc  oiieii a'n conci'its by Iho band, sub-  scnption lists ha\o been ciiculated  both'm uppo^and lowei town and the  coming week will doubtless see, band  stands cicctcd'on Ihecoincis opposite  the city hall and Ccnti.il l.otel ni lhe  ic'<pective disti ids. Pending election,  of lhe-stands the lirst entoitainmeiil'  will bo given this coning 'on the  vacant lot opposite Mqlsons bank,  woathei, pcimittiiig.    <-.'  Ai the Uevelstoke Jjiinibcr Go's No I  camp in llio Big,Bend a man ' named  Olson sustained a so\cie injuiy Tuesday foienoon. While engaged piling  b.-tish he tupped and fell stiiking on a  (lo'iiblo-bladcd a.\o, which he had left  stuck m a log, causing a nasty "--cut  in the',side under his r , right arm.  Tho .slc.imbo.it .not being expected  lhat d.i\, that t|ue*-tion, ot bunging  lhe iiijined man to the hospital arose,  and this was solved .by the arrival  at nooii of .Jack Dicey vv ho v oluntcciod  to bi ing him down in a , iow boat  heaving the camp at 12.45-they made  a -plendiil inn'ldiching the canyon  at 1-150 wheie they weio foitunatc  iu liiaking'conneetions with the stage  and the disabled man was landed at  thchosint.il shoiliy after 17 o'clock.  At   latest   repot ts ho was   piogicssmg  favoi.ibly.  ���������  ������������������ ���������  The Best Liniment.  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in the World.  Mail us 15 Royal Crown Soap  Wiuppers, and in return we  will mail a beautiful Picture  size 10x20 ; or for 25 Wrappers '  your clioiec of over 100 books.  , ��������� Drop us a post card asking  for a catalogue of premiums  to be had FllEK for Royal  Crown Soap Wrappers.  Addtoss i ' "'      ������������������    ,  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C.   .   ���������    Limited.  Social and Personal  TROUT LAKE.  benefit,    from  ,   Pain    Balm  innhagii."   says  nt Ttukahn, N  Judge ]"oiin held a sitting oi me  countv com t Wednesdaj, theie bemjj  nothing of impoitance on the  docket  There is said to be a groat scarcity  of mine labor at Tiout J^ake and Kei-  "iison where we aie assuicd 10 to -)0  good men could lc.uhly find employment  Cahaiv now has a labor papci,' Tne  Bond"o!*Biothcihood." which will be  published weekly and devoted to lhe  oig.un/ation and education of the  worker.  Government Agent Fiaser has taken  steps to improve the Beatou-Camboine  road, and <;ood work is being done by  rho ioi email at the south end, T.J.  Graham.  During the large lire at Wot.iskiwin,  X. W. T\ on the 2-Jul the Cl.xi.i Itatimer theater company lost all thcit  effects. The iiic broke out  the hall where thecompanj  a perfoimance.  The pupils of the first division of the  public school hold a picnic last Satuiday and during the day took advantage of the occasion to make a piesen-  t.Ttion to their teacher, Principal Miller, in the form of a valuable leathci  portfolio.  At the Epvvorlh league last Monday  t\ening .-liort panels on "Missions  were read bv Mrs. J3evv=. Miss Smith  and Mrs. Campbell. A meeting oi the  executive will he held at the ie*-idence  of Mrs. I!1-"*.1..- ii'M '1 uesday evening to  arrange the fjiiuit'-rly piogianime  at  2 30 m  had given  "I have deiived gicat  lhe use ot  Ch.unlieibiiii  lot    rheiuiiatisin and  Mi--.   Anna Uiigelgan1-, .  I "My bii-liaiKi used H Im* .ispiaincii  li.uk and was al-o quickly iclirvi-d.  In iaet it is the hi'sl taniily hiiiiiii'iit  I have i*vei used. I would not tliink  of lii-uif- wilhout it. I have n'cwii-  iii.'iKb'd it lo many and lhey always  -peak veiy hmhly of it.uid lU'Llan*  iii-i its .tie woudiM iul.*' Foi sale liy  (IniggisLs.  ,  RAILAND~STEAMER  her  it-  all  21,  wcre-fUl  of  last year  -5,000;  they  %  &  lOllll u^"*1  ��������� Visiru1.i J  yyy^yfM  ^IMkt^mmu^.  Steamei   J?cvelstoke    lcstinied  legular inn to LaPoite this week.  The C. P. Jv    tiafli'c  icceipLS for the  week ending June  foi the same  week  weie *735,000  Fieight is again being earned over  tho Anow head blanch   but   the   boats   i, inn to Revelstoke  lor  passenger  aei v ilo a lew day5 yet.  Uaiold Cl.uke, night foreman in  the Revelstoke yaids. leceived slight  iiijiiues lojus hcadThuisdaj moi mug  fiom Doing -tiuck by a timbci pio-  jectiiig' fiom a c.n.    ���������  Mi. Aini-tiong, of Glaciei. who Ik's  been in chaigc of the extia gang all  wintei, has been made assistant load-  in.i-.ter lor the summer. .rohn Ander-  -.on, of Albeit Canyon, takes his place  at Glacier.  The C. P 11. is going to appeal to  the full cabinet fiom tho decision of  the l.ulvv.iy committee of the pnvy  com.cil on the railway ciossiiig  question in the ca^e ol the Vaueouu i  Western -A- Yukon l.ulw.ij at New  Westmiiistei.  A Great Not hei n    Ham.   comi.-tiiig  the  at  at  I lie  ind  missing.  vv recked.  BUSINESS LOCALS.  Go ,to W. Smytlic's to li|ivc< 'your  vvlieel repaired.  Jcc cream, soft di inks and cider at  the City Bakcryl  You ciin'siivo 'money by insuiing.  with If. N. Coursier. (.  Read C. B. 1 [time * Go's. advt. on  lirst page of this issue.  R. II. Truei'iinn will he in .studio  until Saturday, June 27th. '  ,' A store and livery business are, advertised in our col inns for sale. -  "'Florida Water, 25, and 50c a bottle  at the Canada Ding & Rook.Co.  Visitois to 'Camboinc should take  A. Cniig's stage'from J'oaton. Quickest loute," best'service. ' ,  , heave'your orders for. pics of1 any  kind���������nie.it, ininco or fruit���������at the  Cily Bakciy.���������A. Ji. Beiyiison.      "'  Sec that your printing beais the  union label. The K'ooti:nay M.vn. is  the only union punting ollice in Noith  Jvootenay.  ' *  Tuivelleis visiting Revelstoke will  find the 'bestf.accomodation at .the  Central Hotel. Abrahamson Jiios    o  Kodaks, Caineias, Chemicals and all  supplies, veiy huge slock to eluoso  from,  at the Canada Drug.iV. Rook Co.  Kescrwi your calendar oideis for  lOOt till the leprosentativo ol the  Kootenay Mail calls to show ��������� on our  samples.  - (  , Why send cast 'for your loose-leaf  day book and ledger fillings, when the  woik cm bo ilonc as well at the ICoor-  i.xvy Mail ollice? '  W. S'mvthe is agent for the, Clo\c-  laiid,Gondion^rassoy-n,iriis, Rambler  and the famous JTeyslop bicycles/ See  him when you wanta wheel  i When you come-to'Revelstoke hail  the Central JTotel 'bus to take you to  a good 'hotel. . Abrahamson Bros  I'i ops , ,  All kinds of Cleveland fittings and  Dunlop t*ies at \Y. Smythe's bicjele  icpaii'shop. ' lvamblcr bicycle ifJO, one  of the* Cleveland wheels     ���������        ; ,  When you want to get to Camboinc  in speed and comfort, I jok, out foi A ^  Claim's stage line when landing at'  Beaton  If vou want the pin eat of Drugs in  sour piosciiption take them to the  Canada Drug it Book Co They have  lots and only keep the best. /  -.. JI igh-class pi essw oi lc is our specialty.  We liave the. leputation ol" domg^thc  best punting in Kootenay.���������rt he  Kootl.nav Mail Publishing Company,  Revelstoke.  J Ma ley opened his slote m the  s-.iin-on block this week ancl has jio.v  on exhibition and for sale a fine assoi t-  inent of potted plants, straw bei i ics  and e.uly vegetables.  A. M. Craig still conducts the feed,  livery and fieighting stables at Beaton,  and his saddle horses and light and  heavy conveyances for hire at all  times. His daily stage for Goldficles  and Camborne meets the steamboat  on its arivel and departure.  No district is so well covered by one  newspaper as Revelstoke riding is by  the1 Kootesvy- Mail. Any man  picking the best paper for advertising  any article, high-i-riced. low-priced,  medium-priced, and wanting the best  value for his money, wiii .--elect the  Mail every time.  THE MINES.  uf (10 ioaddl i-ij.il en-   got In voikI  iconuol ol   the   im-mei i    Monday  I .-pok.iiii1 and tfjio tliiough the city  [a fi I'j:.tfnl -pud. liii.ilh  jumping  ai-k     Tbn i" tii'iotis weie killed,  ti,  nun  inuii< <l  In. e Imiliting  am!    nuc  ���������    weie    a  is  OME  UMMER  UGGESTIONS  it*- a hilimis .111.11k. take Oh.itnhcr-  .Slomatli and l.m-i TaMi-l-and .1  (|iii( '* ii'ioveiy i- ccitain.    For sale hy  all di mrtfNi-.  im*'  v, .wi i-.ii- i-\inri--ri.ri.K--o.\ 'IO "I IIAV  I I fm wi 111 -.! tlili-hcil Iiiim-i- 11111 fi*w ("'iniitu -  (iillnii; on n tail nun li ml*1 'i"1 arf'"t-. I/i'.il  I.Mnlfiij. .-.1I.1 r> *jl<r-'l ���������' ii ir anil r\[iftw-.  p.ij.ilili -3|������l 711 .t wn*k im 1-1I1 anil ' spen-r- ail-  winiiil. I'ruilion -niin.iii'iit llii-inc-- ���������"!'  1 c���������riil .mil ni-liiinr Knclo-c -i If .iililii-^'l  iii\iIii|h. rfl.1111l.1r1l Ifoii-i, .111 ' a\lon III'lK .  Clii'.iKfi  Bros.  A COOL PLACE  A NICE DRINK.  These are what you find at the  SODA AND ICE  CREAM PARLOR  J. A. MILLKR & 03.  Moscrop  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  BED CROSS  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures iWjPut In.  Second'Street, Revelstoke*  Work has been resumed 0:1 the  Tiiune.   ���������  A Vancouver company is =tarting  work on the Nettie \j hill.  One hundied men are now* actively  emplovrd :n the initi'*- ar.d stamp  mills at Camborne.  Three dial-* of importance "ar'1 on in  tin1 Fish erefk countiy and all look as  if they were coming oil. ,  Ft I- stated the Kettle L ha*- now a  body of conciMitratirig Oie developed  showing a width of 50 feet.  Walter Campbell has a pioinisiug  gold location on the hill above FWt������!������  ?f nob enough to mine it would \j> a  riMiiarkably ennveniont prnpetty to  operate.  V. Knocli 1.1 doing development  woik for l.oiy Menliiriiclc on the Kit lie  one of the liandu *-t properti"- at Oain-  boine The lead 1- large and ha- given  values of II t.'iO in gol I  In sinking the foundation- foi the  Oyster-Critmoi .stamp mill acuno-ity  was found in the shape of a granite  boulder, he'ivily chaigcd with molvb-  domitc Theie is nogrmite lormation  111 the vicinity.  The whole of the tioasuiy stock of  the Jieatriee placed on the m irket has  now been laken up, the l.i-t lot lifin;?  under option to capitalists v.'lio will  have an c'liiiiiiiation made of the  propeity and on 11 favoiable tepoit will  give it stion,,' backing lira trice shares  will be msrkul up ���������'��������� ���������'7)('"  Messrs. MelCay Ihos. and ritiuttget  values of $11."50 per ton in gold and  if 10 iu silver on the Jumbo and Mam-  mfiiith claims which they have located  abovi the North west, Oevelopment,  syndicate's property, on J-'ish creek.  The same partners own the Jim Hill  group, a silver-lead property_ on Lexington moui'il.ain and the .Sir Wilfred  on Pool creek, within a mile and a  half of Camborne, and from which  property thoy luivo had assay.s in gold  running: up to $1,500.  J. A. Magce has gone to  Okanagan.  ' F. Fulmer has leturnc'd from Chicago  , Conductor  Ogilvie  went in to F16I1  Creek' Monday.   '  J. O. I'ipcr, of Trout  hake,  is on', a  visit to the city.,,    ' (  'Ed. Adair   returned from Winnipeg  Sunday evening.  J). McRao came up from Arrowhead  Tuesday evening.  Hewitt   Jk>stock,   of' JJucks, ,vvas in  the city Thursday.  JI. N. Coursier returno I "Monday  fiom J^a'ideau points. f  J. il. MacDonald, of Comaph.\, was  in the city this week.  F. C. Elliott,'or Tiout' Jaike hpent  yesterday in the city. " <  J. JCellett, of Arrowhead, vvasriii the  city Saturday evening.    '    .     ,       '  ,*-  Air. and'Mis.J. P. Kennedy lCtuincd  from.the Springs Monday.     .        ,.'  ' T. Taylor, of Tiout  Lakc/'vvas a visitor to Itevelstoke Monday.  George'IJoyd,'"of Airovvhoad, spen't'a  few days in the city this week. ^  W. Cowan left for Jjaideau points  Monday, it-turning'Wednesday^  Miss Pottipieco leaves this evening  for Vancouver on a vis-it to liei biothcr.  J. M. J)oyle left for Tiout J.aicc and  Ferguson Sunday, rctui ning ' Wedncs-  ������i������y- '     '     ','    ,  W. D. Aynstiong has gone to Tiout  Lake lo accept a position with J. O.  J'ipcr.   , '',   " '  Mis. T. J I. J)anne. left on-Thursday  lor Wihnei, to visit hei da lighter, Mrs.  Soovil... '   '   ' -,   .  M. Cailin, of   the   Cohiiubi.i   llivcr  Lumber company, was in the city yes-  teiday." '  "Ch.iiles llelman came in fiom-Cal-  c.iiv   Tuesday oveningand vvent'South  *--    -     , 1 ,������ 1  Thiusday. t  ' Capt IhW.Tioup, of tho'1-tenner  Vic'tona, Tiou't J.ike, oaiiie up fiom  tho south Sunday evening.^ :  ' Mrs.lt. Simpson 'of Wigvvain, vvasi  biought to .the hospital Wednesday  to receive treatment lor u   Uimoi.  T. Grahain cam'o in fiom golden  Wednesday evening and left vcstciday  for Yinir to takehis positioni..with the  Ymir mines <>  Miss Hobinson, vv bo has boon on a  visit lo hcir sister, Lieut J'obinsoi. of  tlie. Salvation 111 my, left jcsteiday  morning for Foi nie.    ��������� ->*  Mis. li. Tumble, who lias been visiting hei sistei,.Mis. H. Tumble, foi  past 'week ��������� will Icavo foi  Ka 111 loops this evening.  The Willing \\ orkeis'of St Andievvs  chinch will hold .1 ba/.aai and cntei-  l.i in men t '.illeiiioon and ovoning of  July 1] in Solkiik Hall     '    "  A. G Stieot mai.agei oi, the stamp  null 'iot* r the Ophii-Lado company's  piopeilyat C.iinboine, has moved his  family iio'ni'Kossland to Camborne.,.  Mrs. J?Caley ictuiiied fiom the coast  Sunday acconipanied, by her two sons,  I'eit and' Aithur, who have been at-  tendin'g^cliool nil Kew Westminster.  Jtev XV. J. Uey. "c'0 of A- J'cJ<ae.  Mis. J3ain and iMiss jMcR.ic, visited  his lclativcs licic for :i few days this  week upon his ieturn from the coast.  G. JCnapp was confined to his 100111  foi a couple of days this week suffering fiom 'tonsilitis, but has now  sufiicicntly lecoveied to be'aiound  again  Mis. Xeiklham, of IJeaton, is one of  the best aitists with the canicia in  Xorth Kootenay. She has a splendid  collection of pictmes taken on the  Noith Aim and vicinity.  T. U Pickaid,, of J-'airview, sjient  Sunday in the city looking up old acquaintances, retui ning home on No 1  lhat evening. Mrs. Pickaid passed  through Sunday on hei way east  " Mr. and Mia Stewait, of I [.mislead,  Ont. spent a few 'day- in the citv this  week tne guests oi Mis. R llyland  Mi. Stew.u't was in attendance at the  i'resbyterii.n general assembly lecent-  ly held in Vai'icouvor.  A laige number ol Jtcvelstokeis took  .idv.int.rge 01 Sunday's trip down tho  river 10 the Halcyon HotSpsings The  trip v,.i.s a very enjoyable one 111 spite  oi the inconvenience of having to last  from eaily moinmg to 8 '-JO p. in.  X. M. .-hepherd, baker and confec-  tionei, of Trout Lake, ariived last  night to meet a lady from England to  whom he 1- to no married. Ills many  friend-.it tlio lake unite with Us in  wi-hing the .voting couple every hap-  piiie-i-,  Thur-iiay evening "the Salvation  Anny l.elda mitiotiality -f-i vice, the  nifinber- parading Ioi the 0|n'n air  meeting in co-tuun-, lepieocnting  \ai ion- u.Uiiiii-ami the ,-ei v ict at, the  b.uiaek-a!-(^ I" ing .tlimg tho-e lines  At tht 'J.'ic of the mfetiii;  and |.n -i.ei 1) w.i- given tl  lieing ' ro*.d> d  hei  the  lu 1110 in  Business has lieen excellent in Tiout  Lake City so far this season.  J. J. Langstafl' is moving the Topic  plant to the building beyond the Oddfellow's Hall.   .  K irk pa trick .v Jlillman are getting  iiua'lot more hoiscs from Kaslo to  meet the increasing demands of trallic.  Tiout hake City has shown great  improvement during the past year,  seversl 'handsome , residences being  built. ,      '      f  ' J.C.'Cuiry is lcsigning as post-  nitiiSter and "is going out of; business.  Ii. C. Murray is being appointed in his  stead.    ' '  Owing to high water 'the mill had  lobe shut down, but Manager Henderson got 'the planets started up  again Tuesday. ������������������ ,  ���������1, The Oddfellow's Hall is the 'finest  building lierc and has proved 11 great  public convenience since being built.  It would do credit to a larger town.  The steps talcon by Government  Agent Kiaser to protect the town from  thtcatcned damage by the high water  of'tho Jairdeau liver was the ,,icsiilt of  a telegram fiom T. Taylor to J'roinicr  McBride.      '    . ������     ",  .T.'Uady is making good, progress  with his lumbering contract for the  local mill. His camp is about live  miles down'the lake, lie has already  built a shoot a mile and 11 half long to'  deliver the logs'in tlio lake.    t    'tj  1 A heavy storm took . placo on the  lake Friday. Capt. Tioup ensured  the safoty,,of the Victoria by 1 mining  her out 011 tho 'lake. . A boat-house  was wrecked. Tho warehouses of tho  Gieat Western and C. P. It. hud their  backs broken, and Ca JJ. Hume & Co>.  warehouse was under,w.iter.  The hotel-keepers 'heie mio veiy  indignant at being ch.iigcd $100 foi  their licenses foi the half yeai, while  all ovcr'the iest of -the 1 tiling the Joes  chaigcd weie same as l.istyeai. The  matter was lepiescuted to T. Taylor  who foi vvaidi'd. the complaint lo the  atloincy-genoial, and it is e\pected  thoWess levied will bo tcfunded.  ' Gieat inconveni-nce -has been  caused by the closing of the Lai do  i.i il vva v foi lhe p'ist foi tnight hy the  washing 'mi1 ni the pei inanent way.  The moH.li.'nls li.ul not yet iccoived  then spi ing .supplies and l.ugcquaii;  titles of f 1 eight, are. en loute 0. 11  Ilunio <L Co hid. have Lvvo c.n loads of  supplies undi-t shipment, also a car of  powder All supplies will piobably  havo to bo reshipped from L.udo to  Thomson's Landing and taken in over  tho wagon load.  Mattcii*. political 1110 taking 'active  shape. Moth hboials and-'.consoiv-  alives aie oigaiii/cd, and names are  beniL' put on" the 1 oli This is pint ol  Kaslo riiding now Hon Iv Gieon  will be the consoivalive candidate and  John Keen will be strongly supported  by the libeials, though. Goodenough  aiid McAnn aie also mentioned for  the libeial selection.1 Taylor is using  bib influence in suppoit of Green. 'J.  Gordon, of the Balmoral Hotel, Ferguson, may be brought out as the  socialist candidate.  Some anxiety was .caused by a  tepoit that the C 1'. It. did not intend  to reopen the ' Lai do railway this  season on lhe gtounds that the damage  done was such as to involve heavy  expcndituie for repair, that all the 010  icady for shipment had been hauled  out, and that the rest of the season's  tiallic would not bo sudicicnt to be  profitable. These lepoits weie given  color by the anival of Capt. Tioup  with instmctions to tic up the steamer  Victoria, making the last inn Wednesday. T. T.i>loi. saw Capt Goie,  who assuicd him these ropoits were  untitle, and that the lino would be  lcpaircd just as soon as the vvalei fell  sufficiently, to  enable  this to be done.  An Aggravating Cough Cured! ���������  A customer of ours who had been  suireriiiR from a suveio cough lor six  months, bought two bottles or Uliam-  beiIain's Cough Itcmcdy from us and  was entirely cured by one and a halt  bottles of'it. It gives perfect satisfac  tion with our tiade.���������II.VYNiiS, Pakk-  'er&Co., LiiH-villi", Ala. For sale hy  all drnggi-L".  NOTICE.  ���������vrOTIOK is hereby eivon  i>    aftor (into 1 lntcnif lo 11111  Uoimiiihhioiiorof Uuiils mid Wo  LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.  . A meeting of the above association  will ;be held in the rooms, Samson's  building, Second street, at 8 p. m.,  Tuesday, June '������1.  H. COOK 13, Seeretaiy.   '\ ____^ __.  For Sale.   ..''  . ' :   Several interests in silvei-lead properties. . For pai'ticulat's apply at office  of the Kootenay Mail.  For Sale  TWO lti-liloiKJCsoii  jMclCcn/.io Avenue,  wit  modal 11 improvements, $2,M0 cnuli. on easy  teuiiK. ,     ' '   '  TWO lte-idenecs 011 Tlilirt'Stiei-l eii-t,,verj  convenient for'laiiway men, SI.MW eueli  cnsy lurnib. ,  ONJ'" Uo-lduiiLO ua  Kii-t Stieot cant, cash re  ,     niiired ?J(K), hiibject lo inoitKiige.  Aiiply 10 l' '  IIAllVKV. SICCAIITBH fc 14NKIIAM,   >  that thirty duyb  date 1 intend io njiply to the Cliiet  --      -     ���������,i Works for a special  license to but and cuiry away timber from tho  follow inir (leserlhed laiulsj  Commencing at a post near LI0I.H cabin, near  the head of Iiinokin Cieek in Mio Valley,  marked "Jo-epli Genelieii houtlieiu.t corner  post," running north SO chaiiih, thenco "wuhlMJ  chains, thence bOiilh BO-chaini. theiieo cast bll  chains, more or less, to point of commencement  Nakusp, Ji. C June 'ilrd, VMS.  .     ,       'JOSKPII GKNKLLK.  CKllTlli'IOATK OK .IMl'JIOVKMKNTS.  BARGAIN  ',  ���������' -OF-  SALB  POTATOES  Ten to Ivvelvi! Ions of Pulaloes.   f  Price unassorted, *il)e pi-i sack.   (  Price tesorted, 75e per sack.  1, '-, J: GUILK1TO,    t  aeeoud iStiei'l, Uevelstoke.  For Sale.  7,10 sliau-o in lli'.il.riin- mine. Will  sell whole or p.m. For pai lici.lars p-  ply at olTIce.of Ivootioxay Mail.'.  NOTICE.  Fiirllnml Miiicrnl Ulnini, situiitu in "the Anow  iLid.o Mmiiii; WivLsion of West K(i(itoii������> J)is-  Whisro  locatoil:  On Cariboo Creek,   about 115. J  nuli-s fniin tlio iniiuth. -      ',' .,  . TAKK NOTICE tliat I, Kommlli L. Uurnol,,(if  Rii.-sliind, (iiKont Tor Mr. Jr. 10. Kinu, Spi-cinl  Free Minor'-,, Liccnso No. jllVi, iisncd at Hn-s-  lmiil ilimo 8th, liKI,) l^reo Minor's Curt illciilo No.  BTflVJi intend, sixty (lavs from llio until horciif,  toiipply to theMiiiiiiKltocordorforn Cortillcnlo  of Iniprovenionts, for tlio tniriKiso of oIiIiiiiiiiik ���������  a Crown Grunt of (lie uliimi cliiini. ' <* . .  '''And furllior Into nol ice tint I nclion, nnilor  Seclion 37, must bo ciniiinoncoil biifuro the i���������ti-  iiiico of such Cortillcnlo of Improvements.  D.ili-d this twonly-llftli day or, Juno, A. 1). IIWI.  KUNNKTH 1j. UUKN17T, l'. h. S.  '  T>  A: E. BENNISONa  Baker > and r Confeetioriep  .1   i j i  i        i  has opened hi- m-w   bakery on   , '  McKenzie avenue   and ' trusts^  i that, hi- past expiVirnei1 in the'  city  will  ineril^a fair share of , '  public pat lounge,  Av FUJ.L LINK OF   ,       ',' '  CAKES and CONFECTIONERY  '    "    /, ���������   ' ' ��������� ' '' '' -1  ��������� Hoirie-fflade Bread-,a Specialty ;  ;1  FOR,SALE.-,   ,  7-ROOMKU I10USI3,  with   bath,-in  lirst class locality.    T( s .$7.)0.00  eash.Mialanee,$15.00 per montli.  Apply  *��������� "' KOOTI'INAY' MAIL:     '-  FOR SALE CHEAP.  Ladies, Boys and Men's  \ i   * "* -  Boots and Shoes  * "  Sec iiiyjissoi linent ol   the li.jst    _  hai'fjains  ever ollered   in   the' -'  '   * city in these lines.       ^       , J  ;       J. OUILIiTTO,''  ;  Second st i ci t,        -        HcveUtoke.  BIG BEND STAG  Leaves lievel*-tm.e for Boat I.andit*.}-  ,110:30 p. m. "Vkiiulavs and Thinsdajs,  meetinu; steainer on ieturn trii-  '      25 lbs baggage free. <  Intending passengeis should leave  woidat Fl'eminc's Stable oi ring,up  phone No. S when the stage will call  for them. ' ' .  XV\ FLBMINO.  a   culVee  liarr.icK-1  CHURCHES.  viKitioni- r.  J)r. M.i���������_'������'. who for the past two  year- ha- been in charge of the  Mctlirdi-t college at Montreal, conducted the evening *-er.;..' in th'1  local chinch l.i.-'t .-inn lav  Tie- ilo ruin/ -"in"' will be taken  tomoriOM, by Kev. ('lan-nce M.ickin-  r.on, and lie- evMiiiiir by th'* pa-tor,  Rev. 0   Ladii'-r  flit -iBYl I.KI.l.S  Itev Clarence Mackiimoii f{ I;,  m\) othci.ite in nt. Andievvs toinoirow  evcniiit,' at I'/O The (ornrnnnion  will Ik disperi-"'d at the morning  rcrviie  llev. Ifi my Diikiy, nf   Wind-u-i", N  rt , oedipi'd   HI,   AndiowH   pnlpifc   last  Kabbiilh morning, and Rev   \V. J. Uey,  ,\r   A , of Himcoc, (int., inn If of   Ale.\  Mcl.'ae,   iiOstmaKtci,  in     11"    evening  Gcoige Goldsmith went up fiom I!ea-  ton last week with supplies to stai I  woik on the Scout gioup on Hoyd  cicck. but when he icached the cioss-  mg he found the high water had Gained his boat away and 'as the tiail on  the cast side of Fish cicck has never  been completed, he bud toietuinto  get lumber packed up to build anothci  boat. This is a, fail sample of tho loss  and inconvenience to which piospecl-  ors.ind tlib.se interested in mining  piopeity on upper Fish cieek and  tributaries are put for want of a pioper  trail on the cast side of the cicck.  MAIL CONTRACT .  Loth services were very   ivi  II attended  and the  men lib  ministrations  of   hnlli geutle-  hly app  reciated.  .Ins. Iteighly leaves ��������� next Week witli  three or four men'to spend tliesi'immer  in development of. the .Jordaii I'ass  properties.  C<KAI.Ki> TI'.N'DKIIS. .iddiu-scd to I lie I'ost-  n mni-lci riunci.il. will bo iccoivcdul (Ittiuyii.  until .S'ooii, on Kiidnv, llio 7(b August, fm the  (inn-iMiici of His M.iiL-tj-i .Mail-, on .-j- P"<*  im,i il f'onti.ietfiirfoiii yen-, lis ii i|iinid i.icli  ������uj. boLHrcn Itmcl-.tol.o I'ost OJIIcoand C.in*  iiiIiiiii I'.irillo Itiiilwny stntion, fiom lhe I it  .Hi-iiti-inhur nest. . . ,  I'i luted noliti'S oniil.uiiiiiK furllii-r iiifonii.*,-  t Inn .I*- tr> eotulil ioiw of proao-i-il ( out met may  bu hi i'u and bliuik foi iiih of 'IVndci iniiy to ob  tinned nt tin* rrnLOfllcc of liovi Isloku and at  tliuo'll-*11 of tins I'osl Ollhe Inspector.  Vv.  H    IXMt.vIAis,  I'onl Ollice hisiiedor,  l'o������l Olllrr IiHiieaor'riOIIU'', i  V.UKinner. If. ('. Sitli .1 line. MM. ,  FIREWOOD  Having taken over the lire-  wood supply of the Harbor  Lumb'-r Cc.'s mill, orders left  at the mill, at W, M. Lawrence  or by ringing up phone No. S  will have prompt attention. ���������     '  , W., FLEMING.  has opened in L.-A.    i"  Jfrel-i't. Uiulding.''  ������������������ I l  First Street^ near-PostoJTice.  TAILOR and CLOTHIER  Ciive.me a  Iiiul and  you vvill  lind thot I   can  trive  you   I'usl  class woi kma.n-.liip -at, model- ,  -ale prices. ** "  FLOWERING-PLANTS  "���������*     Fur pots and planting oul.       -l r  - j.IviXley,^ '/-.,[  -    'Ji-JLORIST ANDi'GAUDENIiU, " "..  * jtisvjsLvrpicis.       ���������" x ;.; *;,"  .Supplies     the    following:   -Calil'oi nin  i  Foppy,   Nasi in tiiim,'   Asteis,    Slocks,  Ooleo'pois   Larkspur,-.- C.iiiilytul'l,  Pu-������������������  tunias,   Dianlhus,    Mangolds,    Phlox,  Dtumiuondi, Verbena*-,   Paiisies,  Uar- ,  nations.      * . * .  Piiies, 2.*jc a dozen; largei  rpianlilies  at ieduced rates.  Pansies, Gatnal'ion**, Ghrysanthcuiiis^  23e lo COe per dozen.- *���������  'I  j- *;i  i -/'  POT PLANTS.  Geraniums, 12 vaiictins; Musk. ColcuV,  Double Petunias, llehnliope, Fuilisiii--  Salvias, Vei ben.is.    J'nees liom 13c up  Revelstoke Grows Fast  We glow faster, having added  to our JUkery and Confectionery  business lull lines ol f  Groceries and Camp. Supplies  Agents for  the  MONSOON  Ci'lebr.iled  TISAS.  M. A. SMITH & CO.  Vielona Road, Uevelstoke.  SAMSON & PAULSON,  Pai n tersf Papepliangers, Signwri ters  KAI,HOMININO   UONIO.    '  Ordcm iccivc pidinpl iillenlion.  H,.(,mil -tie. I,        -        Itl-IVKLSrOlsl')  K. wathhson.  Bricklayer and Stonemason  |.   o   Iti.K I'll HKVKI.STOICIO, II. ('.  All HntH of Mn-mi work nnili lUkca.  r.iliiiiiiti m (,'ivi.ii /oi buililnw  , ilc  JEWELRY  DIAMONDS  WATCHES  and a  complete line  of the  GENUINE  H. B. ST0NEX,  MACHINIST  AND   GUNSMITH,  Opposite"Coa.l.rul Hotel,' Revelstoke1.  Tail he and   General Machine Work  Promptly   Executed.  VEGETABLE  PLANTS..  Gelei v, ISaily and Jj.ite C.ihb.iire, To-  inaliii-s, G.uilillovvcr.IEarly and Late,  Ited Ua tillage.    Price 2.H1 pi-r do/.en.  Orders by Mail Promptly Attended To  FOR SALE  Hay, Horses,  and Fat Hogs  Sonic 15 or 20 tons of good Timothy  and upland hay, not pressed, at $15 pel  Ion at the stack.  Fifty fat hogs at (ic perlh. live weight  Twelve or more horses. Some saddle  horses, and others for general pin pose.  Apply to  A. L. FORTUNE,  UN DERBY, H. C.  WANTED  C  ill AMI-SURMA ID    wanted.     Apply  lo Hotel Revelstoke.  TiTXPURIUNGKD  .I.J    imd fiainei'*:  OARPHNTISHS  wanted on mill woik  at  Ariovvhead.    Addie.ss XV.  G.  Lud-  gate. Arrowhead, 11. C.  ITlOR SALK -A first class livery and  *i     freighling liusiness.    Apply office  ot Kootenay AIail.  SALE.���������Mouse   and   lot   with  Apply     Kootisn.w  ftfAir. office for parlicul.us.  FOR  f urn il in <  WANTED-Piu chaser   for  store in gi owing I own.  ollice ICootenay Mail.  genet a I  Apply  WANT TO SELL-Two of the best  hotel investments, in Kootenay.  For parliculais apply to Kootenay  Mail ollice, Revelstoke.  f>ogers Bros.  Knives, Forks,  Spoons, etc.  Kjt-.i cnrcfull)1 examined-mid  properly fitleil to thebest grade  yfKl.'isses. ~  WANT   TO    SELL  gold-beaiiug mineral  Fish Creek,  enay Mail.  Intel ests     in  claims on  Apply to ollice of Kool-  w-  ANTED   KNOWN���������I3.il ber     requiring   Ib-t   class   opening to  start  hiiiiiii'v-i  can learu of one by iip-  plying at Jvootciiiiy Mail ollice.   _  ANTED TO SELL���������Two hou-es  and lots at ri-ing tow n nl Cini-  bni lie; ea( ll picpet Iy vv ill let lin $l*i a  inonlh: price mi imcIi pinpeily SioUO.  For particulars apply at. office nl Konl-  enay Mail.. P      ''     A * ���������'  WANT TO''.SJSLL-Univ'i-rsily ed ,  ition of Shakespeaie .villi illus-  trivtions and notes." Price $22 on lerius,  namely $2 cash and $2 per month.' Apply at Kootenay Mail.

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