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 l'^\i  Vol., 11.  REVELSTOKE. B,C, JTJjSIE 25, 1904  $2.00 Per, Year.  j  i  /  '   i  liowk of  THE WAR.  ii  ;  VOW U,Mio (imc.ip pmcmo those goods needed for tlio approaching  I~ warm won ther. Our-slock is now complete nnd wo are showing  tho finest range of,Ladies,Dress Goods, Wash Mp-tbiis, mouses, Tailor-  made Costumes,, Hoots imd Shoes,, and Gouts'' Furnishings lobe, had  , 'Jn the city.        ',   '��������� ' |' ������������������   ' A"  In Dress Goods  f   ,       ��������� ��������� ** i i  Canvas   Cloths,   Flakes,, Voilles, ''Sicilians,' Grenedines,  -Vicuna Cloths, are amon'g the newest weaves ,we 'arc  ��������� _ is .showing. '  Ranging in prices "from" 56c! .per yard up.  In Wash Goods  ��������� Our'stock, was never  so   complete   in   Flaked ��������� Linen,''  'Voilles,' White'and, Colored' Vestings.' Zephyrs,  Fancy'  .   , ' Stripe Aluslin. Chain brays, and Crivmms Print's, <- ���������-  '".^ ,       ' Prices from 10c. per yard tip.    -"<,'���������������������������  'Our,-Specialty 'in;Ready-Make Clothing:~������~\  :  In Ladie-  Good* our Stock;is varied and ieomploto, in  TailoVinado  : Costumes, Skirt's, IJiouscs, Cotton Underwear, etc.  Another Battle���������The Russians  A Again Defeated.''     <  ,  Shanghai, June 28.���������Probably  tho greatest ba'ltle yet fouglit on  Uao Tung peninsula has just taken  place, tho main armies of General  Kuropalkin and General Kuroki  li a ving been engaged. , (a '  ,,Tho pruicipal (i������lilins \vn< in (ho  vicinity of Mai ClAng nnd'' iheic  are reports of severe, reverses nnd  heavy locoes to Russians.,     ���������    '  K'uro|mlkin i\ounimiin(ling personally, but U being compelled 10  retreat rapidly. -      , '  _   ' ri  St. Petersburg, June 'I'd.���������An immense bnttJe at' Lino 'Tung.,^ ad-  miitec] at the war ofl'ieo. ��������� 'General'  Kuropalkin will endeavor 10 'prevent a juhpture,.- of 'lhe', Japanese  armies."   ��������� -        v     -      ,   '  Berlin, June '2-1.���������OiWiine 22nd  In Men's  We are second to none'in up-to-date,styles,suur, values  in ' Suits, ^Paius. ' 'Shirts;. Natural ' Wool   and   Silked  ���������   ���������        Halbriggan Underwear.      Hats and 'Caps.- l  1   ��������� '" \i,    ,    Prices .within /each of all. _'      .  .''  Die-smaking Depart men' inconucetion w ithgnloic ineli.irgo of  'j ' ,,���������" ,'.      ' A i'iiff, wiisoiT. " y "    " . A "A '" '  the'Japanese occupied Kai Chou.  A 'decisive halllo of A he united  arniies of Generals Oku and Kuroki  witliUiepTtussian -main���������army is  expected shortly. v  Tokio, June 24.���������General Kuroki  reports tlial.^.onc regiment" of'in-  fantr}  NEW COMPANY.  W. M. Lawrence Hardware  Company Organised���������Handsome Brick Building to be  Erected. - ��������� "    ,    "  XV. M. 'Lawrence lins incorporated  his hardware business as'a joint stock  coihpnny witli  a   strong   directorate.  Mr. 1 .invrchccY who is ono of tho  best  and muni popular business nion of,Iho \l  oily, will Mill oiiiiiiii'iiij io ni'in'ii(r'(, |,||0  bll-iues-.'     .The    ciiinpiiny '"will   lake'  livei'. the ^Iniidwiire   Meek   cif   ().   li.  'Hume it Co.,   I.id;. ,\vho  iii'oAelh ing  from 1I1 is liriinuli of the busi:-,e-s. ,  Tlio enmpiiny linve   piii-chiis>eil fn'mi  \V. M. 'Xewniini -hi-,   Im, on iIrs went  side of MuKunsiic A\f>.f<and<nvili  eiect  thereon      11   .-'substantial    iwo-storoy  building of   stone,, nnd    lirick.      The  building will have 11  fionta'gc to Me-  Kenscic Ave. of SO ft.     W.' T..r.D,tltnn,  to-  SEEDS  Flower Seeds, Vegetable Seeds, Grass Seed  Onion Sets.   All the best varieties.  "Hoes! Rakes;.Spades, Porks, Sprinklers,  ,. oLawn Mowers,' Scythes, etc  architect,   of . Vi'inconvcr,  arrived  1       '' '  tiny to arrange fo: pioparing' plans for  the block/ , A <  McClary's Famous Stoves, and Cooking  ;���������   A,'    Utensils,* Stove Repairs.   -    , ���������   ���������'  Rope, Xailsi,Chain   Iron, StoJj/OiUlory; Uifle,/Am,m,���������|  ,   I'lshmg^iacklo, Window Glass, Paints; Oils, etc.  SPORTS.  Headquarters ;for   Groceries, k'Harness, .'etc..  /Lacrosse.  ' 2 Revelstoke defeated"Vernon on Wednesday by S goals to 2: -The News -says  two regiments'   of   cavalry,  the Revelstoke boys played an ad ni Iran d one I altalion of artillery" from lill)lc  combination.,   li.   fi. .Jackson  Samachi   attacked   the    Japanese captained ' Vernon,  D. ,0. MeKenzie  Peters-  today's " news -from'the  -TAYLOR' BLOUK. .MclCR.VZIK AV[3..'.RI-:Vl^l'.ST0K'l'J  detachmont. garrisoning -Ai  Yang  on    Wednesday:       The   Russians  were^repulsecl and Major   Kabotiio  killed on'the Russian side.       '  '  ' - Monti-eal, .June  2-1.���������St  burg- says  theatre of war indicates 'General  Kuropalkin will not give battle to  'il; Acom bi n ed ,_a rmi e.= _ of ���������^G e n era 1 ^  Oku and Kuroki.*- Doubt ' is'irjw  cast upon the impression prevailing for several days that the,.bulk  of the- Li00   Vang -army has been  Revelstoke.  't  The Races.,       v fo  ^ The Revelstoke Turf Club's program  foV-July 1st .ind,-2nd consists of a two  days meeting, of four events each Any,  and ifSOO in prizes. s  , ;Ju nil i.ice������, except Xo. .'i, entrance  is 5 per cent? of puroo. In lient races  ^y^liprse distancing tlie field ih entitled to Lst money! ICntries c'lcsc'at  0 p.m. on evening preceding the race.  Tliej-.icos will atiirt at L-30 p.im sh'arp  c.ich day.'      ��������� -    .        - i  ... .        - .     The first diiy's* races will, bu held on  iu.1 vancod   _ sou th ward.       Gbnerii I  Second street from Revelstoke lircwdrv j  Kuropalkin   is   concentrating  hi?   to I fume's warehouse.      A A  REID & YOUNG  Bi^JSale.  Big" DisGOuiil}  Ladies' Skirts,' Blouses ' and  "DR'fiSS G0ODSV 1  ! Reo'uhir 40c.  1   ,    , ,        ,.     Rc!J[ulrir 2^C,k  .' " RL'^n'rir 75c,  eWR^PPERS   ^  now  now  now  Mail  Order  Dept.  Write  For  Samples  i- LIMITED. - <    '  DEPARTMENT    STORE  ' If you have aAioorous'gTqwing- boy put him i  A LION  BRAND"'Clothing  in  'The beffi '\\oiir Resistinggar-  inentb we know of. Votillu'iil  ���������ind becoming paLteiiia ; ������e  Imve the odd pant's too, niacle  Willi double .-e.it= and  the we.ning kind.  cnee-  Neat Enough.  Our shoes fur men women and  dhildicu .ne neat enough  im- the most exacting, and  yet have the  Necessary Qualities.  W'ewill be pleased to -how  vou them.  forces Xew JLii Cheng. 'They know  at the war oflice General  Kuropal-  i-i ��������� "  Kin 1 has no  intention   of seriously  contesting   the   Japanese advance  on Kai Chou, which Would seem to  carry with it the   decision0 practically to abandon the peninsula  to  tne ciienn aim a- a   iiece-.-arv eon-  sequence   the   withdrawal    of   the  Russian Iroops  from Nut Chwang.  A ile.-patch   fiom    (Icneral    l\u-  ?.iy.-   the Jap-  i.-   oppo'-ed by  Ku.-siiin cavahy   whose  operations  are made iilmo-t impos-'ihle In   the  mountainou1- countrv. ' '  roki's headriu.iriern  c   ,  iino^e  'right   ilank  \\"o have a line of Lndie-'  Wnists in plain lawn, percaK,  piints and fancy mu-lin.  .Seasonable goods. Weal nice  for every day. see them, tliey  AUK WORTH "$1.00. We  me SELLING   THEM   KOR  65 CENTS.  DOMESTIC  TRAGEDY.  -Man Shot by His Own Son.  ���������Saskat'011.���������A mail named Stewart,  has boon shot by In- yo'ung -,on. The  father stinted beating hi- wife, and  the boy. maddened by bis mother's  ���������cieani-, got a s-lnitgui! and put the  whole charge into him. ritcivnrr died  at once.  The second day's meet will beheld  in the lower town on same . course������as  used on May 2-lth. ft has been arranged for the Revelstoke Hand to be in  attendance.  ' On the first night of the races an  entertainment and-dancc will be held  in tho Opera House, under the auspices  ofihtb.iicl   a-sisied by   ibo'Di, uie  Snoiety in .1 comedy duinn, "dtiifc."  The co.'iimiltei; w'nieh lias under-  vl,i!;en'tbe orgaid-iition of .1 tHod.i\s  uiL-e meeting b i-. meo wit 11 wonderful  succe-i .11 the -ii[ipnrt obtained fmm  the eiti/."iis. The Mib.-ci iptions will  enable the committee to oiler the  handsome prize li-,t, of -l-SOU. which, for  the fust race1 neetingin the city, i-  exceedingly u-oncl. yc\erariAideiits  have obtaint'ci good boiscs which tliey  aie ti!iining,',ind from iidvieesieceived  a number of horses will be brought in  from outside points. Lame numbers  of people who loic a'good horse race  aie coming from outside points, ancl  the committee expect Io s;ive Kc\cl-  stoke the Iholic.-t Dominion Day  celebiation the city has ������������������eeii for some  time.  The fact that \V. Uow.in is seeietary  treasurer of the racing committee is  a guarantee that the piogiaiinne will  be conducted in lirst-ol.w- shape.  '   ' I^eyular.$i.75, now  MENS PURATLSHr.NTCS  Fcur-in-lvtnd Tics at  Shirts at 6oc.' 'Hard  rco-ular $r-.oo. now 75c.  MEN'S SUITS'"     * '     "  e Good value at $r5.00, now      -    $10.00  iMen'.s Flannel Suits. '   Men'sjj SummJr  Cuais.  Men's Flannel and Duck  Pains.  BARGAINS!     BARGAINS'  ' ALL OVJCR THE  STORE.,  n:  EIID fe^OTTJCSTG- 0  6-<K><H><><>-OHp<><>CK><><><>-<>^^  0  8  Mack's Headache Wafers  Make Friends  Who is more grateful   than   a  pei.-on  cpiickly relieved of a  neive racking, tojtiirim:. work-pie\enting beadacbe V    The tiia  of -Mack's I fe.idache Wafers is enough to make you theirslauncli  friend!  ( Getting rid of a headache is an  easy mutter when you ha\e  thei'u to depend on.  You not only u-e them yom-elf but tell your friend, about  them���������an endless cliain that has cieatcd for these Headache  I'oudci- a large sale.    Enough for nine headache-, 25c.  WALTER,BEWS, Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  Of Clothing-,  Furnishings and Shoes  Begins.  Get in with the crowd and <ret  vour  share of the   bargains.       Watch   out  for our handbills and study the prices  . we quote.       They   speak   for   them-"  selves.  IFIIRST     STEEET. --. ;:/i  115 KOOTENxVY MAIL.  ���������'n  :     THE WAR.  ' Japanese.Transport Sunk���������The  Vafangow    Fight���������Russians  -    Lost 6.500 Men���������Naval   Engagement    ' Reported���������Japs  Capture Port Arthur Fort.���������  '   Compliment   To -Japs���������Rus-  ���������    sianS'Entrapped  In Ravine,  And.Lose 1100 Men.  - .Tokio, .Inm;   iy,���������1   n,  m.���������'i ho  .Tapanesb   iraiispyrt   lAlliil,   ivhlch  "'was'rejiorle'd   missing  a  few   days  ago, wiis'stiuk by'lhe Vladivostoak  tlcel off dshpima island.  Liao,  -lime   IS.���������Tho- Japnn,pso  ' continued to press tho Russian foi"-  cos   roturning from   the  buttle  of  ,   Vafani/ow on   the  night .of, Junn  Kith.    Thoy  had remained at -Vti-  fnngow all (lay, and at night persistently pusbta'l forward and   tried to  ,   get,a round the Russian right wing,  which hiul borno the   brunt ,of  the  figliting the pi'evious night.'   A ter-  rific'thunderstorn   burst at, night  rendering the'roads  almost impas-  ." liable,and the  movement  was   not  -jicconiiilislicd. The.llus&ians, therefore, were enabled to retire "gradu-  ' ally to the north.  ,   , ". t .  .   ' Further details of the 'lighting on  June 15th show that the Russian's  " advaVic'cd on the Japanese position,  when it was hoped, that lion. Karon  , Stiikolhcrg would 'drive  back   Gen.  NobzuVjarniypwa*       , "    ^  " "     A, .MO.-T   IIIIIIjMA.NT  .UT.UIi. '       '  Soon   after   dawn,   the, Japanese [  wore discovered in .strong force  on  a hill north of(i pyur Wo.  .The infantry  wasMveli   entrenched   ancl  btuiDOrted  by   the   arlillcrv.     The  J{iiB.������inn left   was   thrown, forward  with reserves uAlear the hill.'They  h.td a little <over   a   inilCr of   open  counlry"to cross, , their'only cover':  i'ng being two smallihillsi ancl   t\\;o  shallow   vallevs.       The   Japanese  concentrated a deadly fire as soon  as Iho (Russians  reached  the open.  The Russians formed  in   open   order ancl rushed from point lo point  taking advantage of every, depression in the ground,- dropping- and  liringj^thenjadvancing "again until  theAguincda hill, where thev halted" for a breathing space. ���������  , The   Japanese   threw ' shrapnel  over the hill, which  isrus'r with  di:ai)IV i:iti.it.  Some sc|uadion- had  every  ollicer  killed and hall of ,the   men wounded.    Injspiteof lhe terrible punishment indicted, the regiment gained  men I after regiment. ' The Russian  commander' saw that lie was being  enveloped, nnd retired in order.  'The Russian Tosses at 'the battle  Vafangow are turning:out to be  heavier as'- tlie ,reports' of various  regiments come in. They arc now  placed by a conservative ollicer ni  four thousand, but an authority  expects the total to see no less than  G500.  Tokio, June 20.��������� It is repotted  that Vice-Admiral Kamimura is  engaging the Russian Vladivostock  squadron off Osima  pai'lment -lias no confirmation of  the report but hopes 'that il may  he true.  Chofop; Jimc- 20.���������There is cut-  rent here a Chinese rumor that the  Japanese have captured one of the  inner forts of Port 'Arthur, losing  1000 men in the engagement. 11  cannot, however, he- confirmed.  Siimiehen,'Junec21.��������� In the bailie of Vnfinigow the Japanese used,  lyddite with deadly effect,- sweep-  ing'tbe whole battle field. ''r  h\ turning'the Russian right,,  the Japanese suffered tremendous  losses; ono'battalion 'being annihilated.' ��������� ' , '  ' New Chwang, June "20.���������A RA-  sianoflicer 'who was wounded in  the battle of Vafangow, told a press  correspondent' that the losses" on  both sides were' heavy. He placed  the Russian disutilities at'at len������f  7,000. He says no soldiers ;in the  world could withstand the Jap.i-  ese asHheyhad been fighting lately.  Their artillery,'he claims, is _ mar-  vellously^effeclive.       -    c  '       Till:   VAFANGOW'I'Tf 11 IT  Tokio^.Tunc 20.���������Further reporl-  recei^eddicre.sliow lhat the blm\  inflicted by Gen. Oku on the Kus-  'sians in jhe fighting at Vafangow  on June 15, was more severe .than  at lir.-t believed! The number ol  Jlussians killed in this battle will  probably exceed 2,000, a'nd their  ���������lots including prisoners is'estimai-  ed at fully 10.000. The J a panes',  losses are less- "than 1,000. Up t<>  June 17'Gen: Oku had buried 1.-  5115 Russian, (Acad, and reports'thin  many more "dead have- been found.  Obi nose'who watched the fighting  from- the. Russian side report .tli.u  the Russians lem'oved many dead  to irainsjwiili their wounded, and  that they buried or cremated mans  corpses;in the village of Hua Sunt.'i  Kou hcyon- they retreated. The  number of pri.-onei--1 and trophiis  taken by the Japanese i.- inert-,i--  ing.  j     London, June  22.���������A   de.-pateh  j to the Daily Mail say.- while a Ku--  o.OuO   under   lien.  DROWNING  IS QUICK.  Man Cminol  Live Uiuli-r WnCrr Mar*  Thuii   Tivu   All ll ll I cm.  "The story frequently repented about  professional clivers who Imve been able  to remain under water for over two  minutes is silly," said a doctor. "No  one can'renin In tinder water tliat long  without drowning, whether ho Is a  trained diver or'not. At Navnrino,  where the sponge divers are reported  to be able to remain under water three  and four minutes, tests were'made re-,  cently, and resulted In conclusively'  proving that none,of tlicin remained  down as' long'as a ininulo and a half.  N'Inely seconds seei'ns a'very long time'  , ,to the watcher'on short), and It Is about  The navy de- j the limit of u diver's endurance under  water.' At' Ceylon, where .tlnie, tests  were also mado iiiiioiik the famous  pearl divers, It was ascertained that  few of them remained below the sur-  fuee as long as a inliinto, and other  tests mado on the'Ked sen among tlio  Arabs proved that a minute and a  quurtcr was tho loimest they couici  endure without a fresh'hniutli.   -  "On the coast of Kngland several  years ago a diver, a trained diver, ono  of, the best on the const, renowned for  his endurance, went down n'nd was  pulled up so slowly when he'gave the  signal Unit ho was under water about  two minutes and live seconds. lie wan  drawn out of the water insensible,  with blood flowing from his nose1 and  ears, and it was only .after long and  arduous work that hi.s recovery from  ������he elt'ects of Unit two minute stay  under water was assured., Drowning is  a quick death. Even though UiOiwatcr'  Is kept out of the lungs, insensibility  will ensue in one liiinule nnd complete  unconsciousness in (wo. Tlie stories  of people *who have been In the .water  five minutes being resuscitated are generally' mistakes or untrue. .A man  could not be in tlio water live minutes'  "without coming lo the surface several  times   and   be ' restored   to ' life."    "  HE MISSED THE BEARS?������  ��������� QueNtioii'TlHit   Kill   I'rcNldciit   Mc-  -' ' Kluley <>l a lli'jrurni-.       ���������  No one asking .assistance was ever  turned away empty handed from the  McKiuley, door, and ninny were those  who applied. One day n rather old  man, with every appearance of belonging to the species hobo, called and  asked'for aid,. lie, was'yivon a small  sum of money and. evidently thinking  he had struek .tu soft spot, returned)  the following day and from then on  went b.'iek' every few days until finally, on what proved to be his last.visit,  tlie president eauie out while he was  lalliing to a member of the household  and, learning tlio man's .errand, entered into conversation with him.  The'man stated, in reply lo' tlio president's tiuoslion,, that] he was' iC m\r-  urall/.cil' American citl/.cn,v,but was  born'in Switzerland. The president  nskeci if lie had ever been in I'.erne, and  lie said be had lived there. Tlie president tlien^asked if he had ever seen  the'uonrs. This question ralher stumped tlio old man. and he stammered  that he could not understand. The  president merely smiled and passed on.  Now, as every one who has any  knowledge of Switzerland knows, the  coat of arms of tho city nnd statept  Berne is.a bear. andvin a pit in the center of the city a number of live bears  have been kept for years out of memory and- are 'likely to he so kept for  years lo come, frequent bequests having been made for their comfort and  many thousand francs being deposited  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.,  Prompt/ delivery of parcels, baggage,  pie., to any part of the City,  '   Any Kind of Transferring  All orders left _at R. .M. Sniyilie's  Tobacco Store, or by Telephone, No. -7  svjll receive prompt attention,  r-  ^    i ' Q  Win. Fleming",  ,. /     ' WholuMilu unci Itoluil    J '^ ,  'Meat; Merchant.;  Fish   and   Cfiinc  'in '���������Season,  " First' StC Revelstoke. '���������  ;    AH.B.'STONEX,  MACHINIST   AND 'GUNSMITH  '0|i|iu>,lti- C'enUiil Hotel, Itovol-jloko.  Lai he .'ind   General JMiicliine Work"  I'linnplly    lOxi'ciilcd.    ,  lp.  4i  " Maker's Valuation  i ji ,' i  i "      i '  Common shoes,  aire   priced   by  the   dealer   who ,  n  charges -what he  thinks he' can get,   ' "Slater  Shoes" are price, branded on  ��������� the soles'by-the makers who  ;l:now;*the'wear value of each  pair of the Goodyear.Welted  SEE  Wing" Chung's  newly imported   stock  of'Chinese  'and Japanese goods.    ' .  (The best assortment ever  landed 'in   Revelstoke  of-,  useful     and     ornamental  articles:  Ton services  Pl.Ul",  '-HiisIh'Ii.  (June Chans  Jluudkoi'clhclS  Mower Pots  Uiubielln SlmiiK  Lunch Baskets  ���������SniokhiK Jackets  Sill; GooiK  cor.D fish    -   -  l-'inc-t slock of cnnrlies and fruit in town.  '   "      ' Frrirt Streot, Revelstoke  . Al  '  Ai  C. B. HUME & GO., Ltd.  ��������� ,    \   revelstoke; .   -.   ,-'    KJ C;   ' ' ,  the hill. ^ l  The sixth company   of   the third |ni;m   t'oicc   of  rcnjimilj-'ot l() within twentv nac-l Kondradovitch ������a^ traver=irm \V-.- j in tlie banks of Heme for their inainto-  ������ .   ,       , i-       , ��������� '     '   ��������� -i,       ,   ,i       nance.     Tho   old   man,   not   knowing  e? or the Japanese  entrenchment*..mngko  ravin-,   nine  miles  .-out!,-   tbese fnctg_ certulnlj, could not hiive  and lost all their ollicer-   and   hal'f least of Kai Chou.on June 19. itw.s-j.been from Berne and was a self con-  theirmen     The  men  lav   pantin"!5UrI>r'?e^    ''-'   concealed   artillen.j rioted dfscfplc of Ananias, and as he  '   ,  ������ "       '"   , T.Thr.   Rusiiin-   Inst    hcivilv    the-'- ' disappeared from the neighborhood it  niwli.,'  +lin        <nvnu>s���������    li'���������nr>hnc     oiirl l 1P.5     ull-rl.lll^    iurl      IIC,l>uv.     un,������  ( lt - -  nuclei ..lie   .iapanc.-b   tunenct   anci ��������� is to be supposed lhat some one must  ,out of,,range of   their   regular   tire.! co?uahtieF being   1.100 in numl-ci.; hare  shown   hitn   tlie  joUe.    '   .  Thev stretched them?felve- over lhe  MINER KILLED.  trenche.-and  fired.    ,The Russian?'  greeted Iho hail-of shot1-  with chaff,  and lhe .Japanese,  angered at their1  inabilityjto di.-loclge their attacker.-1  Ihrew frtonos ut them. ���������  The battle at thi^  point hecame joirto  a band-to-hnnd   fight   with  stones t i*?" 200 feet in .tl.r Cents  and t:un butts, and  the  remainder^1!111 w-^ in>tnnt'y ki!!<-d  of the Eiis'-iun.-, taking  advantnee  I'���������'-"''"e  ";l  font if. el  .  J '  "Willlnsr to Overlook It.  ' ~ "Dear sir," tho general manager of  * the fire insurance company wrote to  the local asenr, "a few weeks ago your  ' negligence in failing to notify the own-  ������-\ yiyrilTQ        Trademark,  LJA   I   L.IN   1   O     and Copynfih'ts  ��������� oliuiiiieil In'nil coiiiilrlcs.  ROWLAND BRITTAIW,  Registered Patent  Attorney  Mt-iiliiiiiiciil Aiion.ey nnd Kiifvineei.     "   ���������  Itiifiin H, r.iiilii'l(i;UI()Lk, (Irnnville^t.. nenr I'.O  VANCOUVER,   B.'   C.  A   pci-lrMil  vill ���������.cuiri'  ������n uM'iiiiiKnpimliii  ���������i pirn- Hio-,1' uliocnnum. mil niirniB tin1 ������lnj  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER,, .',  ���������Retail Dealer In-^.���������^rrrnz^s-  '   BEEF/ pork.  , MUTTON,- Etc.  Fish, and Game in Season.  All oirtcri piomplb lllli'il.  REVELSTOKE,    B.   C,   .imVlcInt'-Ueol'^  JI  m  Standaro lomody for Gleet,  Gonorrhoea and Runninos  IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles,  M1DY  Patients will,hear of something-  " to. their advantage, by writing,  ' to the Diabetic' Institute, St.-  \ Dunstan's Ijlill, London,'E.O.'',  ' '1  .' if  if  ; >.\  |^'?J^Sg^:^^^^^^<^^^):B^,?J^SSS5)<^^^Y.i^������^  C   .  THE RICHEST IN CREAM  ,    30 million tins bold in Croat Britain in 1 HO.'}.    ,' .  Full size'l-'lli. tins 20o. enoli. t/ '<>     - ' r  The'Leeming Miles Co.,' Limited.^ 5C���������-nl       ���������*-,  Fell 2C0 fi. to Death.  ���������  A Ro^lard B C Jni"- '-20.���������.-fai'd't ' ers of a ]llri-'e oirico builtlint' tli.it their  A \ ".'",'' ,' "', " '" " r. ,'��������� '" ; Insurance was about to expire, ancl to  ioirto Ins hc-ad.  Alf-n.-.i.der   Vinkewr   ������������������,,���������,. ,,,������������������, t��������� rQi���������e,���������.��������� i���������of. ,,��������� ��������� ������������������=.  'I r.e  ERN MINE  VV. B. Pool's Statement.  M,  vt r  ��������� in  'i ��������� .i  :ieek  '.i,  ci  "-  ,1!  fi-ntn   ti,r :>���������)(������ to tlif  ot this diversion, gained the shelter  of a noighhoring ravine,   hut   wen-        _^ _. ��������� _.    .|������nT|j  un.iUc to hold iho pnnition m  facA Q RtAT    NORTH-  of iii" hail nf \-hcll?   and   ^hr.ipiud '  cciiui'iitr.'iti'fl there '<y the Japanf-i-  hailt-ric-.       I he    Jiipaiii'.-P    huavv't  jitin- -ilunci'd the artiih-ry ������������������upport-  inu' lhe Iiu-.-ian   aiiacl:.    Thirti-r-n  J'.up-iun jrun- "f-ii-  -\i \-in i>   ,n   \ iia;-. i  aii'i ilu'ii' hor-c- killi-d.     A  in.i|nr-  ;'.;  (���������: 'iii'i' *_ri:1111������ r-  wiri    k'ii������d m  wiiii'd'd      "lhe   ifiuaiiidi i   of   I lie-'  al"!  .-iy n titi'i! In \ at:i n'.'fin.  i 1 ,  .l:i|,,i iii'-c a* ;!n- in,,!rit;nl dc1-  i". ll.' ii iiuiiii iiMui k.  A nho.'r-  L.u), v\;i- ihinun .iL'aiu-l flic-|  U11--1.111 cciiiii-, and tv.o divi-ion-'  aicihod tlu-iitrht (lank. The: hard'  j,,,,.,.,,' right held om until 11 '  o'c In- Ic.iii.tlu- [niorninj:. ulnn lun  ro<_ii'K nl-jiii-hdl to,!!- n--i-inncr.  Tin'   whole   i'niff-     llicii    ii(l\iiiieed, '  .(l'l.  solicit them to reinsure, lost us a cus  torner, nnd we pnvo you a month's  notice to find another situation. Inns- !  much, however, as that bulletin;; was ���������  burned day before yesterday, we have  decided to recall the notice. We will  overlook the offense, this time, but  don't  let  IE   happen   acuin."  NOW IN ITS 39th YEAR  The l<>:u!lm: mining pel iotlic.il of lhe  ���������uorIiI, ttith ihi; snuimut uiiilori.il st.ifT of  any tuchnic.il public.itiun.  Suliscription   S5.00   a   year   (including  U. S., Cinadi.tn, Mexican postage.)  Sample copy free. Send for Hook Catalogue.  The Engineering and Mining Journal  261 Broadway, New York  T.  Tlio hit that crowned iWikc Casey's ninno  That scored the run that snved the game  Hanks I'nr heneaih this II IT of funic  The hit of lhe Kiinioiis T. Jj. Cicau  As good as a homer  With three men on bases  ii  v i  I.nliorrrn   ol   iUr   Anrte^.  The nift,":'';���������' of i'ip lnlioi"i', in the  mount.iiii- of I't-ru ;ir������ ("holo-:. or Indian-, horn In the .Sierra 'J hey are  found Iii'Mpnlilp of doiti^ clli'-leiit work  on the cm-i-i or iu th" w.,rnier altl-  tiui.'v  wl'l.'j'.t  fi  'ooj  in"];-," of .icell-  DOMINION WIRE ROPE CO., Ltd., Montreal  iMfuuilaclLinjrs  Wire   Rope  oi   i-<uiy s  l-lnistiiiL;',   MiniiT''  U iilIci'^ round  and  (Al  lniil;i''c  \ anizuu  ancl   Colliery  W  ire  Is Ci pc.  it ���������'..���������''.  -��������� i'ii.  I'.'.UP-'  Mi  .li .  ,' ni-i i  .iilv'i r->  .'I'll   I III    <������������������ '!' t  i,i,.u_'iii :���������  ci.ii-idei .di!i  ������ it'K =-' -     ,'<i  lion'(1. N(,A  di linii'   ii,i,'  i  '���������'I'll I'.'-   1'  Ui , I  .11    Pl'Iil '  ,_���������! iiii|i iii   h  Ik  t i  I������.  ���������������������������������(��������� 1 V"  V      C.iM.O'  i.iifkc  A\ I I I -     ,!���������_'  ti,.    I. idi  '      .i    ni.n  I'.1-1  -    V'.'  au, ���������������������������   i m '  ii..i" . : 11 ��������� -  riKiti/atioii if u.  ha'.c fi.i ���������,;���������!���������' ,ri!  do������ :i '���������iitjili 'I1;.- t'r  ���������it -ilr.'': 'i s i,f fi<  ii, kiii -- .ni'l fc '  tlie c-!i . ,^'e  ti;p. i> r,' ill;  Cjiolos  t   l;eii  ���������'i ���������-. oi !c  ���������I  '...t'  I I.   'ii  fV-piASonlative?, Cunlifle & McMillan,  Stock carried in Rossland.  Rossland, 13. C.  yjumwiiJss^tt'mxia&sasBisissesfxmyi^^  ^pKj.i'rilTi.-jnwu^wtttiirmuK^i^^xmMt^^^  ItriM-cIcIon  I-  M,  ,1  ���������T> >".  shii, r p  ������������������v.-,,; ��������� ii,.'-  pvcrj *., 'i\! ti a  fr.n.i    ti."   Mr  ! ir  "H 1. '  i il i'if  i- ;,i'W  ���������ind   >'  ������������������ni:u:r wur-  -i i a  ������i-.'  i :!���������  | i   i 1" I /  ', -   11)1    v.  'V n  \���������   -11 ui  n ill    ii r-  i  ii.  fill   ,  nn'.ii    Piiii  ndci liillv >\i I!     ind  I-     ,ll-f 111! .1,      ilfl'l   u-i  tuin-il  -,1 fnil'l  i^.'i'ii "  out    h;.-  ids  i     i   ,  mu  ��������� s  poriiil.ir     "i'ii-.   .      [  ��������� KciiiuL' rfi'irni in !t  K tellurite.  clu-o  the  inp  T,  i ncl  :iclu,i!  11 fi iio-c   iiriMince,  rolli'd  ml  ii;k  (If-li. I  oi  '^' *  ' dni >     i-     u ,1!     in ike  I Tin  ii". lit d i->  locited  Ilili, nnd rlii-   ticst   p u l  1,  t  ii  11 ',  .No'l.u pouitdin frt"-h   trooji.-, rf-gi-, then. i��������� fon-i(lri,ili|  i rniiii   in it-'  <>:.   ill"   C.,,|(,  !���������'   ir   i- th u  c lriv> t;i ih I in it  V'frr  Toochln^.  "Iion't you tliink, nfri-f nil th-it worn.ir.'-. f"rriluI'iIiv lOiic-h'-1 nwl ..|jp-;iU  to iiiiin V"  "f;iMfioui, v"f' My wife hi always  fi'-Umu ui" for Miin'-tlilriK"  FRriE .  Twrnly-linl circular on  appliciiion io ymir paint  fjr bartl a ui: ilr.ilt-r We  will send on'- Hired if you  drop us a postal  BE YOUR OWN ARTIST.  Select the tint, or combination of tints of ALABASTINE you desire on your walls nnd  liaveTIIli PAINTER do thu work. Or, do it yourself hy simply mixing with cold water  and applying Willi u brush. The result will be a durable, cement-hkc coating, pleasing,  healthy and inexpensive.  CHURCH'S   COLD   WATER  p*ckBgci oni;, neror In bulk.      Made In Canada by  The ALABASTINE CO., Limited, PARIS, ONT.  amgwuwttini  All-Il|l'|   ||;(-JUIACJI,( ���ffJ *
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THE KOOTIAXAY 3IAIT,
J.   S'AMSON.q
.'Painter, Paperhanger, Signwriter
KALSOMINfNG   DONE,' '
Orders receive prompt attention.,
Second street,     , -      REVJ3LSTOKE
HENRY'S NURSERIES
3U10 Westniiiistei   Road.    ���,
Thousands of Fruit and
Ornamental Trees! r
SMOKE    ! ,
KURTZ & CO'S CRJARS
The Best on tha Market.     ,,'
, ic ultra's own     A,     K "
' KURTZ'S PrONEER        '    ;     '
KURTZ'S SPANISH BLOSSOM
are Brands that ciih't be lie7iton.
. MADE BY UN70N LABOR.
Rhododendrons, Roses,
Greenhouse unci Hurdy Plants.   '\
- ,, i rronio-C! rown mid ] in porl ed   r ~~
^/���Garden,' Field and Flower,Seeds
For Spring Planting. ,-    '   .
i     c ~
'Eastern prices or less,       White labor.
NEW, THOUGHTS.
, Arc you (trowing: more attractive as you
idvance in life? -,     , i Q ,
"Given  n  liealthy body," says Dr. R. V.
J'lorce, tlie specialist in woman's di��-
eases,   of    lliidalo,
��//'/.'    , N. Y.,,��aii(l a
JflM healthy mine], nnd
JiJfl cvi'iyoue can "culli.i
lUCi'/i v'.'t'-' "��'l'enjoy Imp
,'     FERTILIZERS.
Bee Hives and'Supplies
--^~~C-ut~Fiowers unci  Designs.'
I'i ee.
-Catalogue
;<M. J... HENRY*
U^'��!i I'iui'ss
��� "lid,  \\
Vancouver, B. U."
WOOD YARD
I have, started  n  permanent Wood
"Yiird  on  Third stteet.    With mv.p.ist
-experience 1 hope to  he in-*ii  position
to satisfy nil ,ivcjuiii'iiii>nt.s nf custom.
���ers.   Mill  and (cni'dwood , supplied   in
U iiny lengths atreclucetl-'prices for-cash-
''     . \       ,'     .     B. SAMSON.
(Wi Af. McDonald
/     PLASTERKR X- BRICKLAYER
"   REVELSTOKE "'" r
.     I �� -
'The only-fiist-class plasterer'in tqwn.
Lcl mc know your requirements.'��� A
���Curloiid of Lime just imported.' A C.ir-
���      load o'' .Brick under oidci.-
nut st enl
pi ii pi i ly and di-
ire-1 wi-'l I in 1 ���
Iieaimftil. It is i.
f.iel t I..I nny finir
of clyp>|ixiii miii
in..i ln\ d ii- ti '|.'���
foi in n ck.ii, whit'.'
shin inlo a inn��� of
pimples unci hliiei.
spots. A heanlil'i:
wriinaii has ilm ,
he.'iulv of hei -ioiii
ach.
Di.  Picico'i
Golden  Jleclkal
,     i       . .15 isen ve rv/in mi.
tains a person's niitiition h'y lai.ibliny oik
'Ho eat, ictain, 'digest .md 'assimii.nc'tin ,
propel intuitions .food, li n\ercumc<- tin
pasttie htil.iliilily and symptoms of imli
g-estionl and llitis the pef-rai issaiccl fiom
those symptoms of fever, mjrht-swi'.il-
headache, etc., which aie so coiinnoii A
tonic made up hugely of alcohol will
shrink the coipuscles of the, blooil and
'rinake them weaker for resistance.       , "
"This is to certify Hint I 'have used Doctor
Tierce's Golden. Medical niscovciv, tlniik- it's
the Rr.iiulest nicilicnie in the world!"mites llr^
V M Youiiif. ofWcii. W. Va.. <*I Imd ilispepsi.i
in its ivoist form. I decided to.nv lo'in nitd-^
icine I used five boltiis, nnd noii'l'mii doiii!;'
my onn housework., 'A number of'inv friends,
also are using Dr. Tierce's medicine and lhey
recommend it IiikIiI}. Mav Clod bless jou in"
jour grand work ", , i     ,        i
'. Dr Pierce believes that a tonic made with ,
alcohol will shrink the red blood coi pushes
and make the system weak for lesistance;
that ls^whv he avoided the use of any alcohol or narcotics in his "Medical Discovery,"
which contains the.pure extracl.froin roots
and herbs without'a particle of.alcohol.
Accept no substitute for"Golden Medical
Discovery."? There is, nothing "just as
good " for ��� dyspepsia or debility .
' Hiliousness is cured by the use if I^r
Pierce's Plfasa^t ,u-''ets. *
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA.
A Prosperous Institution.
,    We arc in receipt of the 2'Jth annual, -tarenient  of  the Imperial Bank of
Canada, issued for the year ending May .'31st  11)01.    Under  the   manugctnenl
of IX 11. Wilkie the Imperial kink has risen to the position of one of the ino-t
successful banking in-titutions of the, Dominion.    The hank legul.iily 'pays a
dividend of ten per cent, distributed half-yearly, and made pio'lits foiAhe pa-t
year of .f(!12,SS2, or over twenty per cent, on it- capital of $;i,0UU,000.   'of the-e'
piolifs $i 13.0SS hnvo-boen ^ transferred to re-ervc, blingitig iho ic.-cive account
up to !f2,SriO,000,'or as niu'ch as the  p.i'id   up  capital of ihc-Kink, thus giving
custoni'ers a:socurity ei|iiiv,ilent to douWe that oi 'the  jiaid iip capital.    During tho lltat ciRlitecn months the  lmnky dejiosits   havo 'inoroiuri-d   hy  ahout
!fr),000,000, and in the same peiiod the hank's a--ets  over all   liahiliti'eAliavo'
incrciifcd   by a built $3,000,000, tlie totril'm-s-ei-. standing at date  >:)0,7(i0,U!)7.'
and the liab'ilities to the puhlic'aiiiounting ti'i ,>2-l,,'i,ri7,l'l!l.    : /
;tiii: iiaxk ix tiii- tiiovinci:. ,
1'rior to 1SII7 the Imperial bunk bad only ot.cj bia'nch in'the province,
that at Vancouver., The next biauch e.-talili-lnd J\vns nt, UevyNiuke under
roiiiantic circJuiiisinnce>." The Hoard of Trade had   been
The Imperial did a  llmirish-
the
lor
ronie
:e
tiniu
i   .
deitvoring to get, a banking institution,hero .ind'.-et,their minds on the ��� Im-
peVial. . Several bushiess. men weie also urging annthei 'bank in'open" ' A
manager of the other bank," was despatched to spy out t,hc land, and bough:
lots with*a, view to'opening. Mr. Jukes, n imager of the Impcri.fl at V.an-
'couvciA meantime arrived with ( a bundle ,of bill~, borrowed'"an old'sa/e
and opened ' u "   ,
,    _ '��� ' A  Tr.Ml'OlI.MCY  oizpicn        . ' i
in 'Sibbald aiid Pease's o'd stole, now the Climav hotel, iienclintr  the  election
ESTABLISHED, 1894-
Retiail by all Grocers.
Wholesale by
L| ' ^ .    " 1   .J
,Ltd,
����� ^��
iDKiiJsrisZ
PERFECT[OjT- COCOA.
It is absolutely pure
COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE ICINGS,
CREAM BARS, ETC, ARE VERY CHOICEST QUALITY
The COWAN CO., Limited, Toronto
Subscription,, $2.0CV Per Year
(>00<><K><><K)^-0<K><KK><KKf<^
THE LATEST AND GREATEST
BREAKFAST FOOD
Beats them all.   Requires no Cooking.
All ready to eat.
60<KK><H>0<K>0<K>-0<K>-^^
I'uhli.slied Wec'nh ,011 'satnrd.n
The Kootenav Mail Publishing Co., Ltd.
Steam
ishers
of ii building for bank- imrnobcs by O.'D. J J our,
ing business right, from lhe blurt.
, A.R. ii. Ileum,,formerly of  Prince  Albeit  brunch; was  appointed   lirst
manager of the bank, and ,\. 10. 1'hipjis, the ina-ont manager was acoountaufc.
That was in 1SII7.    Now'tlie bank has'.seven   blanches  i'n   the  province���at
Victoria, Vancouver, KcvoUtokc, Xel-on, Oninbrook, Trout Lake, Golden.
The hank's business at Keve'lbtoke  bte.ulily develojicd with tlie growth o'
the^city and district,"and last year the management determined the time had
come to build up-to-date bank ollices, with the result of the present  buildin
at the corner of (Mclvensdo Avenue and First Street.    The site A.-  one  of  th
most valuable for business purposes in the city.
'       ( <        ' l l r      |     r     t ' ��� <
��� ' tiii: m:w iiuir.oiMi     , '��� _        '
U of brick on stone fouiidution, and consists of b.'i.se'me'nt -and two lloo'rs.   It
has a frontage, to .McKeiuio Avenue, of -IO.fei'1, and to First .Street of, (Jo  feet.
tiii: isAsi:.\ii:.vt    '���-' ".
is the full size of the building unci contains a book' vault,' furnace .-non. and
storage for fuel &a. The furnace heats (|,0 building by n.ean.-i of hot water;
asbestos jacketed pipes distributingaho water to, the ladiato.*.. Tho walls of
the vault aie two,l'eot. thick and the space inside i.s-ten feet bv eight-and-a-half '
leet in tho clear. The celli.r uUo contains iron iisl.bo.xos with Hues twin tho"
lne-places on tho upper Moors.   ,
On the ground floor is the '        ���        A   '''
i      , '        '  - it i,
���      ,      , ' '     '       MASKINci  CIl.t.MUUIt '     i '
'this is   I.I feet by 31! fuel/ The front portion of the banking chamber is :tl 'it,'
-iiuaio and is houutifully/itiod up for the accoi odiiliou (if tin; stntV and tho
public.. The ceilings aie la^efully i.ickcd out in''.naive   wnod.-':    The  inana-  '
ger'sollice is. 11 ft. by l.'l l'l., liu.nd--oniely,furnished, will'i doois opening into ifc   '
���ro.n rhe public entrance ami that for the stall'. . The 'manager', ollice is  uN.i   ���
connected witli'lliu city telepbone system.    At (he back wall of  the  bankin- '
chamber is the cash vault, steel lined lire ami burglar proof,'fitted ,with   ti.no
luck sa,o.    Iietween the safe and tho south wall is the''lavatory and telephone
rooni'ior the siall'; /1'he funiitiire and'littii.gs 'weie snpplibd bv the Canadian '
Ollice and School Furnituie Co., of Preston.  ' * , '  ,,
;v   Bchiifd the bankingchamber is iv suite of '���
,    ' -      "   ,   u   ^'     i:a\v'orrifu:s     ' . '
I'ljieningon to'First Stieet,'aiul which aire occupied ' bv   .Mcaaisfllurvey, ,Mci-,"'
C.-irtur and Pinkhani.    These ojliccs liiive,a fi outage of JO ft. by a depth of 3(5
ft. and'aie sub-divided into^Ir. ^IcCarterV pri'va'te  oflice -M0.1,   ft.i by" li 'it.
geneiul-ollice lS.ft.'bs L7 ft.,  occuided   by. Air.  PinkliamA��'itli . typewriter'^
room taken oil' this'spacc.   ,At'(ho rear portion of the general oflice is a -well -
equipped lavatory. ' This.suitc'of^oflices'is liiindsonicly /ittecr'up<r in harmony '
with the rest of the building.,, A lire-proof vault,"is also attatched to  tlie.suito
of o/_lice=.       i   ' '    '     '      '' ' '        J '   ' "'
On the upper floor ,iic the      ' < ' ^ ,
1 t,      ',       jiASAGi:u'o' pniVATi: Ai'Airoii:vrs      ,<  >
/-> ' o-      ,, ������ - '
These arc splendidly lighted and   beautifully furnished,   the  open liieplaces-,' -
[ tlie mantles and hearths,-register,  grates ancl general appointments  being 6��
'a handsome and substantial character. ' ' '
' -  i , tv
Fionting JrcK'cn/.ie Ave. are thedrawing room 20 ft. by 12i  ft.,   bed room
L7 ft. by 12.1 ft., nnd'these rooms are seij.ir.itcd by folding clooisso they c.otilcl
'be converted intern"magniliccntlylargc reception room.   The hall, is 2U(ft. by
12 it., lighted iioin the ceiling by a handsome dome light.', On  the   Fiist'.Sfc..
side aie'tuo bedrooms'each 12 ft. by 17 ft.      On   the  '���outh   side  is smokiiA
mom 10 it. by 0 ft., and on the'east  side  the dining  loom   13 ft. by   IS  ft.    r
The dining room is fitted up: with '.i' handsome sideboard fitted into the wall.
Oil tlie dining loom is the kitchen 17.ft. hy, I'.! ft... and  piovided' with   pantry
ancl scullery.    A =ervanfcs bedroom 12 ft. by It) ft. leads oil' the kitchen/ Bath-,
-loom, l.uatotici and linen clo-ets aie provided, lift fiom cedar,' self  dumping
ashpits  connecting  grates  with   cellar.      Hot  and  cold   water'sue  laid  om'
thiougliout the building.  ' Ki.tiancos to the iosideni.il   poiiion   aie  provided'
both fiom AlclCenV.ie Ave. and First St.' The jiiiv.ite ,iijiurtiiients  aie Jilted'
with electric belN.    Tho smallei windows are of   pretty chipped glass and, tint,
main windows of'platoigl.iss set in handsome fianies ,oi  niched r des-isrn.o *"V\m
woodwoi-ki is. tastefully finished throtighoul, and   the  building fm ncaliiessoC"
design, Ovcellcnce ot worknianship-and general  iim-li, is a ciedit   to  tho   Im-''
peiinl Hank as ouners. to the aichitects Messrs Dalion  and   Fveleigh,  to tlib
contractor J. A. lvernahan. to the subcontractor who did.the -tone  and   ina-
s'Hiiy. 3Il'SSi~ Fiomey an 1 Wilson, and to AIo-cioj) lim-. who put   in   the   hotr
water heating, the bath and lavatory .uT.tngomciiK   "A   nice   l.iwn   h, A been.,
iaid out at the back
i
tiii: ii i.sK, siui r.
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' Mr. Phipp-, the manager uf the Bank, is one of the most popular' b.iiikr.
managers in the west. Ho joined the Hank at its Biandon In,inch in ISU1.
and steadily worked his way up to his present position. Mr. Phipps ��a.s lirst; -
accountant of the Bank at Revelstoke, and was accountant at the, head oiiieo
fm Ihitish Columbia at Vancniuer for two or three je.n.-. Having now been.
.issoci.itcd with banking in Kevelstoke for the past eight yeais he is thoroughly accpiainted with the distiict and its rci|uheinent*. In acidition to his onerous duties a- manager of the Bank Mr. Phipps limU time for to give soma
attention to m.itteis ol public interest. He i.- tre.isuicr ol rhe diocese o��
Kootenay. has made a most ellicient .-ecictai \-tieasnrcr of the Bevelstoko
Ho-pital Society, is tieasuier of the Athletic Association." and diieetor of the;
Xew  Imperial Mines Company. i
The other membeis of the stall   are-   Me--Ms   Wetnuue.  accountant.   :e-
lieving T. B. Baker, now on a \isit to England ;   II. T.   Watt,   teller;   \V.    I;.,
Giub. ledger keeper ; V,'. H.Swan, bill clink ; .1. I.. Wliitefnid. collection clerk.
>--,--*!
owder
Dealers in
Printing and Wrapping Papers
and Paper Bags
At
M A X U I''A (JT i; It li I !S U P
HIGH EXPLOSIVES
Blasting, Mining, Stumping and Sporting Powders
Dei
Kli'c-nii' Blasting   \ppalatiiv Safely I'u-e.
Cidi i, filled i ti on 11 it ] \ and I'.iii'fiilK
Dctonatoi -  i ic.
ole Manufacturers of Nobel's Gelignite.
Louse:   Lt;,if Alcdi.'U <inc
Cniiiui-r Check  Sysicms
Agents for  Tcn^w-ll  ,iiul  O;
I'fUcnicd   l-riiisu   I-cm!"  l-'ih.-s,
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Phone No. 13
P. 0; Box No. 70
GRIP AND .PASSWORD.
J. O. U. 1'.
There will be a joint installation of
Kcnelstokc and Selkirk Oddfellows
lodges on July oth and it will be open
to   the   public. Pro.   .1.   Mel.cod,
district deputy, will act  as   installing
ollicer.
MASOMC.
\\'e had a pleasant call on Wednesday from Mr. Ilighman, of Vernon,
who was on his way to attend the
Mu-onio (Irund l.o Ige which met at
I!o-slaud on Thursday. One featuic
ol special inteioit at this meeting was
the fact of degrees bring conferred
1.100 feet under giouud. The se-sion
is expected to last for three day-.
Chief ol Police Bain, S. McDonald
and II. N. Coursiei are atteniling the
firand Lodge of A. I*. and A. ,M. at
KosSl.iinI tbi- week.
RAIL AND STEAMER.
appointed
looks inoic
J.   McCrum    has   been
passenger conductoi.    Joe
dignilicd lhan c\i--r.
T \\". Biadshaw, C P. K. a��ont al
II-vc Istoke, ba- been man ted two
wieksleive ol ab-enco and Im-, gone
on a tlip IO the coa-t.   O. nutlu'i land.
lelieving clespalcher.  is  actiiu;  C.   P.
II. agent in Mr. Bi.idshaw'sabsence.
J.H. Dennis, siipei nitencleiit of C.
P. It. inigation works has been appointed assistant to William White,
second vieo-ptesideiA
The Xclson Tribune leiiiaiks : '-"A".
J Macnab, the well know n locomotive1
engincei who has run out c i Xel-on
on the O. P. It train sine,- Fubniary,
IS!)!), Iea\e- for Iti vcl.-toke on "J'ii.> ���
day, from wlii"h town he ���, ! itin for
a time. Mr. Macnab goe- io bis m w
field ( f woik with the > o..i; ���vi-i,e- of
his fellow-worker.-and the ���_ "I will
of our people n< ueially. '-|i,ii_\" i-a
l.ibeia:-(.'on-i'i\,iti\e -tal \, 'l. being u
ineinbei   of   tl,e    e\eeuti."     ,,f     tho
l.ibei'llbtjon-l'l Viltive       ja.l.tt ion      of
Xelson. an organization wmei, i-on-'
tainted with either h<:rOb. adi'sin,
-kunkisin, or inngwiiinpi.-in. '
INSURANCE.
ol   V.m-
tbc    l)u-
V   Burnett. ->ni , i'. P.iu ie
S. Holland audi!. ''.   Fra-ci.
coii\cr    have   mcorpoiatt.il
moiioii instiiaiic'i eoiiipany.
���.Sibbald ;iml Field h.r.e I een appointed audit- :i.i the Hartford In-,
surancc (Joinpnny wh eh !- a -trong
coneei_n���_Uivrng a capita* of ii\o
million uvei a'l ui-ui.iiic, .
-, *? ��� -^pl THS IvuOTENAYM^IL  ,    ' PUBHsUKD  SATURDAY.  ���������   '     ,      . ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE. B.C.,  i  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per    Annum  ADVHKTlSIiNG     UATKS     on,   'application  Changes in htimiliiiK advertisements must  lie in hy !) a. in. Thursday of each week to  secure (,'ood display.   Stamlliifr advoi-tihins  '    matter will bucliiiiiKed twieoiiinonlli without' eMi-a    chineu      Kor  more  freuuent  iillenitioiH the time occupied   in ninkniK  hiinie will be chained at iisiinl rates. Casual  advertising will be reeeivcil up lo 10 n. in.  ��������� on Saturdays.-  JOH I'ltlNTINO piomptly executed at rciison-  nblc rule-.      ��������� ,. ',  TJOItWS���������Cash.   Subseiiptioiih payable in itd:  ' p vunee.  COKICKril'ONIiKNGK invited   on mailers, of  public inlere-l.   Coiiimunication.s lo Keillor   must   lie  accompanied   by   nimie   or  ' .      writer, not necc���������,inly for publicallon, but  '      us evidence of tfood faith.' Correspondence  should, be Inief and must ieftcl-."tl,e"ol,.co  '   by Weilne-diiy oveniiiir.  Alllll'l'ss , '  '     TlIK  Phone No. Hi.  Kootknay Mail, .  , Uevelstoke, B.C1  Wo roquost oup numerous readers to  favor us with tholp.asslstancb In  ' " mnlUnur tho KOOTENAY MAIL tho  - most valuable advortl3lnK' medium In tlio Kootonnys by slvinK  tho prol'oi'once, when milking- pur-  clmaos to thoso llpins who aro  ro/rular udvoi'tlsors In'the KOOTENAY MAIL.      ' "  i '  CITY AOKNTS.  Copies of Tin: Mail may be obtained from  the following cily iiyeiils: , (   '  JtiiVHLR'ioicn���������I'a.naua' Dkuu & ltooic Co.  , ' .1.' \V. Hi-.NNi-.'rr. ���������  '���������  W. Huw.s.      (|l  < -     J. A. UccicnAM.       '      ',      P-  ' NakuM'���������.). S. Mouison'.", '���������  ^CAMLClOI'si-i-SMn'll.UHOS.  ' AitMsTiioNo���������1>\ Woi.rr.snr.N.  Vancouvkk���������Oai.low.xv & Company. '     ��������� .  f a    ' LONDON ilWGLAND) AG KNCY. ��������� . ,  .  Our Knglisli otlices arc atllO Fleet.street, Lon-  - don, K. C, wheie' Mes-i-. K & ,1. Hardy Ac Co.  '  will receive lor us Kn(;lis|i news, Mibsuiiplions  mid iidx-ei'lisements ami uliuie ii lile is kept of  - iliis pnper lor Lhe use (tree ol olinifsc) ol iiny or  our leaders xi'-ilme; London.and desirous ot  seciiih' lhe l.'ilesl issue possible of Ins or her  local paper.  E  A; .J.  IPAHDY & CO.    '    I lOAriS  A.VD  COLONIAL  -    '    AUYKKTIisING. I'lUSSS AXT>  AU'THOIfS AGKNTS AND  NKWSl'A t'KIt1 COUUKsJl'ONDENTS,  , 30 Ji'leel'Slreet,     '   -     ���������  London, 'England.  CANADIAN  ntTSINIJSS a  spkcialtS".'  attend synod for two years owing  to its being held'at Nelson' n point  which they found to be too far distant and inconvenient - to' allow, for  their leaving their work.  ROADS AND TRAILS ,  There is intense dissatisfaction  throughout the district with 'the  manner in which' the 'government  are handling the roads and trails  this season. , It'is understood Mr.'  Taylor, M. V. P. ;has arrogated' to  himself tlio handling of, this' work  and it is safe to say , it was never  worse clone. The" public interest is  entirely neglected and public mon-,  eys are spent mainly for the benefit of personal friends or supporters  of the member for the district.  Old prospectors, who hav,c' regularly done their work ancl stayed  bv the-countr'v complain tliev cim-  not,get access to their property  this seafcon over' the public trails  as they are informed they must  clean them,,out, keep them open,  ancl effect the necessary repairs to  bridges &c. at their own expense.  Things are reaching a pretty..pass  when an unfortunate prospector  has to swear "there is.no god 'but  McBride, ancl Taylor his, prophet"  before the road,or trail- leading to  a property can get' that attention  which'it is the.duty of governments  to give: ' .Fortunately the,eyes of  the people are being opened ancl  the^'dav of reckoning is at hand.  ' r J A'liViiY,  MuUARTKR,    ���������        '   ,  JO. AND PINKHAiM.  IIARItlB-TISRS, .SOLICITOUS.  ETC..     '  Oi'ii'icns :    Moi.soNrf   11 ask .Ili.ocK.    Ukvi:l-  STOKI3, 11. C. ,    .  Mouev io loan. '   > ,  Ollice-: Uevelstoke, J). C; fort Steele, B. C.  ������i:o. S. MuCAitTiac,     '  A. M.   I'INICIIA.M,  llexol-loko, 13." C.  J. A. Hakx'ky,  '' - b'orl Steele, J3. C.  J  01 IN   MANNING  L. L. B.  'SCOTT    B. A.,  pKakuasteu  First Stiver.  Solicitor, Etc.  - Revelstoke.'B.U.  E  DWAllD A. HAG GEN,  Mining  Engineer, ,  .i -   * ,    .  (lylcm. Aineiicaii  Institute Milium lunjmeei?)  (Mem. Canaduui'Miniiiff Insiilute.)  "   Revelstoke, 13. O.  iCvniiiin.ition of and  icports on  Mincuil I'io-  ,        pcities a Specialty.  SHOCKING  AFFAIR.  Family Killed by Lightning.  Edmonton, ' June 20.���������Lightning  killed a Galician "family named Ka-  chuk.'at Denver Hills, 12 miles 'from  here, hut Friday. The father was  away working on/ the railroad. Mrs.  ICachuk and tlnee children were burned in their' beds, and nothing was  known of the holocaust un.Ml the re-  niaiiisiwere found in the ruins.  Development* of,Modern Science.,  Modern , science , shows no highpr  development than the New Scale  Williams Piano. Perfect in every de- '  tail, of the highest artistic musical excellence tand finished in\ the most  beautiful manner iu costly polished  'woods. Few people are awnre that the  varnishing ancl polishing of,a single  piano case involves almost constant  labor for a period covering nearly two,  months. ',, \     ''  ���������IMnhps kept  in, stock hy Hevelstoke  Insurance Agency, Limited.   ,  ,    LUMBERING.  D. M. iMcFiu-lane, who purchased  some tiniher lands here las.t'.season, is  again on a visit to the district in'connection withihis  lumbering  interests.  Coast loggers don't liclieve in i>ro-  tection, for the lumber industry as  they aie agitating to have the special  stunipage tax 'on logs for "export  removed so they can supply i he Sound  mills, failing which thev declare'their  industry will be ruined.- '.-  The ICamloops Lninhcr..Co'.,. Ltd.,  purchased the ri'ill. logs, ancl timber  limits of lhe Okanagan Lumber Co,  Ltd. It is the intention of thcdviim-  loops compaiiv to maki- ICnileiby it.~  hisn(,h|uai lers, and'it i? unileisiiu'id 'the  m II will lie si ill further , increased in  capacity ' This com puny is* i.-oi'npij.setl  of G-... .McCurmick, M. P...ui', Orillia,  ���������Win., 11 vxin.'iif Petorburouuli. Geo.! W.  Kowler, M. I'"., 'of'Sii-se.\, Hon, Geo.' E.  .ieut-Col." M-  Dnxid.soi'i. and  .In  MeGil  iviav.  Ol  ^be1kootena\?n^ail  ���������SATURDAY. ,11'XK io, J901.  The report of the Provincial  Mineralogist on' the Fi?h creek  camp and which appeared in last  two issues, of the M.wr. ought to inspire, with confidence those who  have invested there. Mr. Eobert-  son is notably n-conservative mining   expert,   .who   has   been   con-  .deninecl for the discouraging report  he hub given on seme section.-;.  His report on Fish creek - was  eminently favorable as well  ns in-  -teresting. ancl should have a good  effect in drawing the attention of  mining investors to   that  country.  AN fJNiS'EIGHBORLV ACT.  , \\re regret to notice in   the  Nelson   Newt   surprise , expressed   by  churchmen of Nelson   that the diocesan synod was able to   muster  a  quorum of the laiety to enable it to  hold a buoineas session' at   Revelstoke.     This  confirm?   the   report  that Nelson churchmen   had   heen  guilty of such selfish narrow-mind-  ednes.s that they  were   going to try-  to kill the  Revelstoke   meeting  hy  absenting themselves .unci   so  preventing a quorum of the laiety.    ft  is said tliey went even ao far  as   to  get Nelson men   appointed proxies  and IhenJJiad   these  proxies  stay  away to^achieve their object. Apart  from such  unseemly  conduct  and  .the inMiltJto the  Bishop   who  had  ;fixed|the place of meeting, the conduct ofjthese gentlemen is not such  as to elevate Nelson in   the   mind?  of the people of Kootenay.    Clergy  attended    the   Revelstoke   meeting  who said thev had   been   unable to  Fo'ster,  Lieot.-C  ,       - -  u-  Toronto.��������� l-Monograph  The' -Mountain    Lt:iiibijriiicn       Association   met   at ��������� Ni l-on chieily   to  con-idor.the, Isiiin" nfii'Mion.  ' -A'iiioiju  ,, >      ,   i. ���������**, r -  those |ii-psent xveie:    .1. L. Henderson.  "* 'ct  Trout Lake: II..C. Slum,   Urocmvoocl:  I". -,\'. ..loiiei. Goldi-n: II.' Cameron,  .Movie; (.;,.,. re.e WelN. I^adlser: 11.  Cidpiiian, W. P. fiuid.-A. I.eitch and  F I) 3i.nk, t'.iantiruok:' A. F. Dudgeon. Riwol-tcike: J'. D Roe. Vancouver; T. I,minute. Auoxvlicnd. T, e  piim.iix nlijeot nf the niectiim xxas. to  adj. !-r pii'ilui'tiDii to demand, (jenoial  su.-pi'n-mii by the lumbering plants  of ICouii nay i> tl'.ii'.itc. ed by the industry in be Fedoial govern men t fails  toui-anr    ie    it-lit-i"   from   'existing  conditions   m   le.-pt'Ct   t     the importation of .\inc-:ic.-i n louuh lumber.  - LABORS- CALL.  Htilph6Siiiith. M. P.. ha0 intioduced  in the Com'ii'in* >i bill to lcgulute tlie  use of the ni.ion label.  THE COAL AND.OIL LANDS.  This-p'rovince has unfortunately  had   rotten   government.      When  Col. Baker, for some'years minister  of mines, was in,the legislature, he  had    the   Cro'ws   Nest   coal  lands  given   to   him.-elf and   his   friends,  with tho result.that, when  he   was  rejected bv the, people'' because"of  his failure to place   the   public interest before personal considerations  he was abl<? to   retire   to  England  on the wealth-he  had filched   from  the proxince.     The   0.' JVR. tried  to repeat,the trick, itu the   transfer  they sought to' obtain  of" the   coal  and oil   hinds   through  the  assistance   of   Premier  'McBiide.'   then  minister of  mines,' who- supported  tho scheme."   .Thanks  to Hon. \V.  C. "Well-,"' the   conimission'er   for  lanclt-   and    works, .the-deal  was  blocked���������at least SirThos. Shaugh-  ncssy;   who  ought   to   know, say.-  had it nol been for  .Mr.   Wells   the  company   would    have   had   thecc  lands.      Bona licit prospectors and  residents  of'the    province   locatetl  them. ���������  Then t came a gang of Spokane  grafters who'plastered the, country  with locations, reckoning thai, if it  came to a game of freeze-out. they  could purchase justice with foreign  gold. They have succeeded. The  McBride government has issued an  order-in-council accepting all these  applications. _ whether of the bona  fide prospector or the foreign claim-  jumper, and declare5 it will stick  to the fees but will not guarantee-  any title, and they can fight it out  at their own sweet will���������the mon-  opolists who can best stand!  litigation to have tiie advantage.  The McBride government is a  government of lawyers. And these  lawyers have disgraced their profession by turning the province  into a huge court of litigation in  which the legal profession will  scoop the pool, the best assets of  -the province will go to the foreign  claimjumpers who can put up the  most money to stand the longeHt  legal fight, and the deserving pioneers who complied with the principle  of the law will have to lo"C their!  rights because they are not snfli-1  ciently wealthy to employ highly-  paid lawyers for indefinite periods! "^ %*~nazZ^^5'  to steer them through the maf,,s of {ROYAL CROWN SOAP  law rather than justice. . No touler  crime was ever perpetrated by a ��������� The Best in the World  government against the best interests of the people tliey represent,  and the whole affair ir a disgrace  to the men who hold the reigns of  power at Victoria. ' Premier McBride has repeated in 1904 the  same sacrifice of the public estate,  by giving to foreign speculators  what he sought to give to the C. P.  R. in 1901.  ^T. D. Koberts, who has been night  foreman of the 0/ P. R. shop's here,  has left for Winnipeg, xvhero lie has  been appointed fuel ��������� and engine inspector for the company's lines west  of that city. T. Allan.hits been promoted to the position of night foreman.    .'      ' - ���������  LEARN SHORTHAND   AT HOME  ���������^-7- --- ,     1 - ,  by correspondence.    10 weekly lesson's  -will make you perfect.    , ,   '      '  '    OUT A IN  11J OI r K R ,S A LA R Y  Shorthand is nowadays indispcnsible  to   everybody.      Utilize   spare   time.  Very moderate,fee. ,   We procure positions.    Write foi-Jree booklet.  Cextkai. Cokkksi'ON"i>i:noe Col 1,i:cik,  215, Temple Chambers,  Temple Avenue, London.' H.C.  it ��������� ,       ���������  Revelstoke School Board  ElectibiAof Trustees.   ;  Public notice'is hereby given to the  electors of the municipality of Revelstoke,that I require tlie presence-of  the said'electors at the City, Clerk's  ollice', Citv hall', Revelstoke, \i. C, on  the, 2nd.'day of July. . 1 J)01.,.-nt' \������  o'clock noon, for the purpose ot electing a school trustee 'to^serve iii the  'place of Mx. J. W. Beiiii'gtt, resigned.  - The mode of nomination of candidates, s,|i:ill boas follows :���������The candidates .shall be 'nominated in ^writing,  the writing shall be subscribed,by'two  VoteiS;of tlio municipality as piopos'or  and .seconder, and' shall be .^delivered  to the returning ollicer -at'any 'time  bctxx-een the date of this notice and  2 p. m. of the "day of nomination ; ancl  in the event of a poll being necessaiy  such poll will be opened on "Wednesdav  tfio fith day of .lulv. l'.IOI. in lhe City  Clerk's.ollice'! in "the city oi Uevelstoke,  and kept open between the hours of  nine in the foi"iioon and" half past  se.ven in the al'ierniSbn, for voting and  i-ecoiding 1 lie .votes of the electois- of  the said 'city.-'6f which every person.is  lieiehx- roi|iijred to Make notice and  iccixe'rn himself accordingly. The poisons i|iia!ifiecl to be nominated,Tor and  'elected as fchool trustees sliall be such  pei-oils as aie,householders, and being  British subjects i.l\ the. full 'age of.  twenty-one years,, ancl otherwise <|tiali-  lied to vote at the election of mayor,  .,  F.very candidate , nominated shall  signify by a u ri ting aeconi]ia nyinsr I he  nomination paper, his consent to'suoh  nomination, except in case such pop-  son shall lie absent from the 'municipality, when "such', absence shall' be  stated in the nomination paper.  'The term of ollieeof the peiaoii elect-  ���������ed. expires December .'J 1. I'.lOo.  Given underYnv hand at Revelstoke  this 25th day of .I'tinc, l'.IOI.  Chas. ,1. Annm,  lleturiiine. ollicer.    '  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  HCnpitul-Authorized, SI,0OO,tXK).BCa|.itul raid Up, .?il COCXXX).  , , , llead'Orlice/ToKON'ro, Oxtakio.  Rosl, M.lwtl.lXIO.  rilranclios in tlio Nortliwost.Torritonob, iliimtnbii, Ontario and Quolioc.  ��������� Ami   tho followiiiK points in   Hrilish   (.'ulunibin:   '(Jiniibniok. faolcion,  '  , Nolaon, Kovolsliikf), Trout Liiko.'Ynnciiiiiur and Victoria.  T. K. llmtitiiT, l'rosidont.   "     D. It. Wii.kii:, Vici'-Prosidoiit'niid Gunoral Mniiauor,  , Zm B. Hay, A.s<,istiint:Gonorul MnniiKur.    W. Moitat, t'lnof Inspector.   v���������  Revelstoke Branch, B. C���������A General Banking Business -Transacted ,'|  LiSnviiiK.s Dopiirtinont���������Dopobits Kocuivod and Intorost Alloxvoil  ^__ ' Diart.s mill nx-ailnlilo in nil pints of Ciiuadii, Unilcd Sliito.s nnd ICuropo. '  Spuciul Httontioii uivon to colloctiuiis. ':,_ ���������      , A, E. l'liiri'b, Miinnicor.  MeMAHON  BLACKSMITH &<  WHEELWRIGHT  ," Has',closed his old shop eon'Douglas 'Street and  removed to R. Gordon's Block/Second Street,  Revelstoke", where customers are requested to call.  a  QORSETS  ..Have a \vorld-\vidc,c%rcputation fqr:their. ._  Fit, Comfort and   Durability.      They/'are'.  , sold-iii all parts of the "'lobe ancl have ''  obtained the highest,awards,at'all leadiny-^  ,   exh'i'bition'.s.  ��������� Ask toAsee 'the, P.JD.  long'.  hip'style.'  NOTICE.    ���������  ���������VfOT I ni-: i^- hoioby u'i\cu Una .'HO <!ay^  IN .iftor dale i intond to applv to tlm Houoi  able the Cliiot Coiumi--lonor ol L������������������mU and  Woik- fur :i -pocial licence to cur and canv  away timber Irom tliu foilowinir cic^ciibcrl  land"-, situatod in \Vu*������t Kootenay l)i-tiii*t, \'i/,:  ('nminoncimr ai a po.-t marked Clarence  Piper*- .-oiith oa-t coiner po-t pl.uitofl on Lhe  1101 Ui bfumdarvol F. Itobiu^onA puiclia-e land  c������n thenoiih ^idooi rhe north un-l arm of Arrow  L lie. thence we-t eighty chain-, tiicncc north  fi-rhry cbain-. thenco ea-t eii,'lit> chain-, thence  south oiidU.v chain.- to point ot commencement.  Dated Lhi5.2I-tfi.ivol May. VM)\  WATEROUS ENGINE WORKS CO.  :���������   Braritford and Vancouver A ���������' .  Boilois.  .nirmc.s,  l'rick  Miichincry,  rrnctioji  !���������'11 j;i lies',  L  Bund unci Ciicnliii- f.-iw; Alills. Knginc;>  Plimoi-.s, Urinrioi.s. drip , I'.iilloyo, Gn^olino  Gontrii'uniil Duplex I'linijits. . I'lir piices'iipply to ;  '^^���������HUGHr'B>���������GliMQQRl,  ..,-���������--'- v/jstgouvI':k)"Ij. c  i  -ui  fl  '\  t,  "'\  ���������1  H  !,l  ll'  ��������� c  A Woman that is a  Good Cook  all   the   tunc must   use , Ai   Flour.     This  self evident  truth explains why so many experienced housekeepers    ���������  insist'upon'having  OGIKVIJE'S, the quality of which  is maintained at the highest standard of,excellence. Try  NOTICE.  N'  will ii;.i;I .t   "iMiitiftii J'icrur*;  .TOTnjE i- hereby iyi\en that. :i0 day- altet  datt*. J inieiul to apply lo the Chief f'oni-  ini--ionoi ot Laud? and Woi ka roia?pecial  licon.-e 10 cut and cany away tiinbr^i fiom the  following de-cribed lands in the We-t Kootenay di-tr������cr:���������  1     No. 1. i}  "C'onirnenciiif: at a po-t mai ked *lT. Skinner N,  T.. Corner po-t'" and planted on wo-t bank of  Columbia Rivci. about two ,uid a halt miles  bolow niouthot Natrol ('reek, thence -out li HW)  chain-, thenco wc-t H) chain- thence iioithHK)  chains, thence ea^t 10chains to place nt commencement.  Dated the 22nd da> of March 100L '  L     x T. SKIN'N'KU.  No.1 2.  roiuiiitiiiciiiicat a noit marked *'T. Skiimoi's  S. IC. Corner po-t," planted on the west bank of  Columbia River about threo mile-above mouth  of Malonoy Creek, thence west SO chains thenco  north SOchain-. thence east 30 chains, Lhoncu  south SO chain1- to place of crmmioucemont.  Dated tho 22nd day of March 11*04  T.SKINNKH.  O GIL VIE  ,5  ".ROYAL HOUSEHOLD"  For BREAD, CAKES, AND PASTRY  I GIANT  POWDER  CO., CON. *'  IMAKUJi'ACTUKJSKS OF  Explosives for Mining", Stumping" and Railroad Work  Dealers   in  Fuse,'  Detonators,   and  A pparatus.    .  Electric  Blasting-  *T  l'ACTOUl  Tclcgi'iiph  I5iiy, Vimcciiivcr Islnml.  4 Oiip, Ciilii'oniiii.  -.."5!.  fliniit, Ciilifoi-iiiii.  Clii  This Jfft^tor Mcchnnic - Pure Tnr Soup hunls  nnd ~oftciH the -.kin, wlulo promptly oleiiiHiiiK  It of ������ruii*c, oil, ni'-t, etc. Inviiluable for ma  uhnnicp, formers, spoil-men. Kroe sample of  receipt of 2c. for iio^iujij.   Alliort Toilet Soap . ij������*^/^/������/^^/v^^/V^'VV*^^^-V^^^%^'������^^V*^^'*'  .IV  r.i [iper.-  .t-ikiiix  ���������,!  ���������i'w.e lt\\i>>  your clmi''  Drop  ii- .(   pin'   .:  for ft (;.(t(i!iy^iif of   premium-i  to  be li,td   VM'Al   for  rtoynl  (Jrown .-o.ip U'r,ipii,'M.  AddreHS  The RoyaPSoap Co.,  Vancouver.-B.C. Limited.  I    ,  l:\  AM-'i(|rj (lipujAOr, THE KOOTENAY MAIL  THE LEAD   " ���������:.  BOUNTY.  >    Discussion in the Senate/  In the Senate, on the  lend  Bounty  Bill, Senator Tenipleinan, Answering  Senator, Mncdonnld,   said   no action  bad  been  taken  on'the proposal to  extend the  iSounty   to ore exported.  ' Sir Mackenzie Howell hoped  it would  ] not be gimited.     Senator Templeman  >,   stated one result of  the  bounty  was  '     ; tliat   all   lead" pipe   used in'Caiuida  - would in a'few years bo manufactured  , <��������� t  in British Columbia. A  Senator Lougheed���������Why  not con-  ', vert the bounty into a duty ?  Senator Tenipleinan���������It,would  not  liave the same effect.     Tlie  mines in  ���������   British Colli in bin  can  produce more  lead than can be'used in Canada.  ' The'Hill passed.   ."    '       ,  POLITICAL. -    , ���������  It is itinioi'til in' ilie east thai  l?oul  Dundoi'alti is j;oiiif;   to  run   a.s 'con-  ���������- . servative     cnndidarc    ''at1'  coming  election.    ; . '      : r ���������>   ,       :  '   .'    The, Tribune    says   tlie     McIJiiile  government wont spend public money1  ,   inn   ilisinct 'not- lepieseiKed, by  a  "chum ol Dick ,,l,McBride *or   a   lickspittle of Bob Green."  .,      '������������������"    .'i  "    "The Tribune thinks' Hon.  C.   Wilson,will *ietire , from the cabinet  and  , that. T.��������� Tnyloi    will-   be   appointed  ."minister of mines.   Poor Price Ellison  5s out inrtlie cold complete!v. :��������� '  v .-The;Miiier says :     ';'ri)e  only competition tiint the C. P. R. fours   in the  'West is   th.ir   nf   the   Giand Tinnk  This i* tlie'coinpe'tition  it,  is goinir t,i  " get if the l.iber.iU   r������ in.iii^ in   power  . for nnothei term." , ' .  i %   J ,  '"The Riis������l,iiid Miner' says by their  311:111: ei of de.iling1' with the r.nst  ICooten'ny coal and oil laiuN the* Mc-  ,Bride-i uoveinment'' has, struck tlie'i  foulest blow evei',dealt at the mining  industry of tlie ijroviiioe.' -���������  . W. D. Stncld.l'rt  i.--lil>er.il   cnn'did.ite'  in l-illooe't'.     Iii d.ivs when there w,is  an e.ist niul, ������est  riiliiiit  nf,' l.illooct,  ' JMr.   Srnddnii    ippiesented   tin   eiu-t,  ridiii'"in the loc.il hon-e" imni 1SS2 to  1900, with the exception of one year���������  the session'of 1895. :      ''  The McBride government had no  use for Hon. F. J. Fulton after they  took him in, so sent him on a holiday  trip to Ottawa under -tlie plea of  asking the Dominion' government to  haiid over the fisheries to him to give  him something to do. Of course he  was sent about hisu business. ���������  'Of the conservative pleader the  Montreal Star says : ' "The coming of  Mi A Borden, however,' has been 11  miracle of swift achievement.., lie  emerged from the twilight fame of a  successful local hiw practice-in'1896  by modestly taking his seat as member for Halifax in the House of Commons. Very'soon it ivas felt that the  new opposition had in its legal recruit  a powerful criticj'an incisive student  of political matters,' and,, nn effective  debater."    - - '      "    '    ,  The   Times .snys"-1 of   the J'lioonix  aISiccnii"iMfT~Bo'iTrtl-Slid  its relation to  the   McBride    government:      "The  bonid today is a 'more machine  used  by', Geo.   Knu-er,    tlio "conservative  meinbcrfor Grand Forks.who  openly  boasts'that he is in politics "for what's  in"it."     Fniser dictates tho policy of  the bonidiwith Iho result, that  special  piivileges uie granted   for' a consideration.E   Jn  some  instances men who  pay handsomely are'given   preference  over men1 n lior hnvc vested   interests  while in other* men   who  have   complied with', the   law,'jn every respect  arc denied licenses   because  they  are  not on the right side of politics."  Good health depends   mostly  upon  the .food  we-eat.       '-A- '  ���������    We cari?t.be.healthy if we taIce* alum'  or other poison daily ih our, food.    - "  ''When,outfitting for camp always take  Dr.   Price's   Cream "Baking   Powder  for  good health ancl good food;  ; It0makes '  the finest  flapjacks,  biscuits and bread.  ATHLETIC CLUB.  Proposal,to'Erect Grand, Stand  *A and Provide Race Track.  'An iwtr.mrdin.iry'i meeting 'of the.,  'Athlcii'o Association was '-eld Monday  when thu following- ollicers were  elected : M. J. O'Brien, pies-ident;  A. McKne. vice-nre.-id.'iit;'- A. E.  1'hipps. tiensiirei; ' G. S Plindt,  secn't.iry. Diiectors. B. A. Lawson,  G' fcj McC.irrer, A. E Kincaid, Dr.  Sntlii'i hind. ,J. 'I!. Kobinson and T.  Kilpitrick. s>  'Co'iiiiiittoes weie appointed' to as-  ceit.iiii V-n-t of cji'ci :ng giandstand  am! .putting, in a iliH'i'-eighths mile  tr.iek Im hiiree-iMcco and to report to  11 geiiei.iPnieeting.'   l> ~~    1   l ;.  , Price Baking Powder Co.,  Chicago.'  1 Never go into the woods away, from a  doctor with a cheap alum baking powder  , in the outfit. You'want the best baking  powder in the-world���������and it'is/most  economical in the end. . .    ,      ���������  E.-.B'. EDDY'S  "KING 'KDWAHID" l(XK)s.  "IIHADIilGIIT," 300s.,     .  "I3AGLI5." J0(Js amrjiil)-.  ' "VICTORIA,"' '  -    "LITTIiR COMI-rr."  FOR   SALE   EVERYWHERE.  TROUT LAKE.  hevi;lstoke city school:  THE CITY  SCHOOL  1  Commencement Of Holidays.  Holidays aie generally looked for-  waid to with pleasant anticipation-,  and with none 11101c than with the  'juipiU of nui public schools:  . Yesteiday the term came to a close  with a public examination of tho dil-  ferent rooms, in which weie displayed  come line specimens of wild tiger lil-  lies and wine maple leaves. The pupils acquitted themselves in a 'veiy  satisfactory manner and reflect much  credit on principal Miller and his efficient stall of teachers. 'Around the  walls were hung specimens of drawing  writing and composition, which showed the thorough manner in which  these subjects are taught'. We noticed that the vertical system of writing  is still in use, although it is being discontinued in some schools, the main  objection to it being lack of individuality. A pleasing feature was that-all  the teachers received presents from the  pupils in their several rooms, thus  showing the harmony and good-will  existing between teacher and taught.  We were pleased to see such a large  number of parents and friends present  which must have been gratifying- to  the teachers in showing .the bond of  sympathy between them '.'and the par  ents ui those whose ii-eful minds, the\  aiestor ngiwith useful knowledge.  1.      novoit nor 1 s.    .  Tlio    following     honor    lulls    weie  au.iultil-���������  DIVISION"  1  Depot 1 nieni��������� \ 1 thui* Bi-nnei t.  , I'miIk-ioT'CN ��������� 11'Ida Holibs.;  Piiiu-tu.iliiy and Beguhtiitr���������Kdith  Cooke.  DIVISION' 11.  Peportmcin���������Blanche Davis.  Pioliciene\���������Olive Belt.  I'll net 11.1 lity and Regularity���������Ivath-  h-en Kinicr.  DIVISION' III.  Deportment���������Alice Bell.  Puiliciency���������Charles Procunier:1'- t  Punctuality and Kegularity���������Clara  Frater. r     ' '"  division- rv.  Deportment���������Ilattie Bayiiton.  Fioliciency���������Bertha Jlobba.  Punctuality and. Kegularity���������Fred  Kruser. /.  DIVISION' v.  Deportment���������Lyla Bruneirette.  Proficiency���������Duncan Lawson.  Punctuality and' Kegularity���������Irene  Procunier.  DIVISION' VI.  Deportment���������Ferguson Floyd.  Proficiency���������Victoria JollirYe.  Punctuality and Kegularity���������Harold  Williams.  DIVISION- VII.  Deportment���������Esther Floyd. ���������  ��������� Proficiency���������Bert Lawrence.  Punctuality    and   Kegularity���������Le-  onard Howson.  Aid..Abiahamson and F. 13. Wells,  who recently visited Trout Lake, reports matters veiy active .there." W.  Abrahamson is busy building houses,  having three in hand. . lie has  arranged to build one for an pflici.ii  of the Silver Cup( mine, and has  elected a handsome' residence for the  malinger of the Impeihil Bank. There  is a great and increasing demand for  house accommodation there.  - The new mill built by the Canadian' Sawmills Company ,is ready  to start up. ''-*'.' -  E. L.'Kinnian is nuiking",i  success  1 ,      - ������������       k  of his logging contract, ,11c has two  donkey engines at work logging, and  the efficient1' inaiinei in 'which the  work is being done has been an eye;  opener t0isonie;people..,.��������� Mr. Kin man  has already delivered in the, lake a  million and .1 quarter feet of logs. As  showing , the inrush of people into  that section the boat -brought in 50  passengeis one day from Gci.ud.c .  FOR SALE.  One,of the best garden ranches in  Xoith ICootoiiay with liist-class  inaiket at hand. Three milking cows,  hogs, ancl 200'chickcn's go with ranch.  Apply eaily. Address may be obtained  at,ollice of the Kooti:n-.iy Mail.     , -  Are the best that can be bought. "A  Don't experiment with other and' inferior brands'.  DON  MARRY, DOCTOR or des  Pjor, "Don't-do  a thing"  till you :>oo cle.irh wluit'w  bust by aid of Flashlights-  oil Human Nature, on liu.illh. diso.isu. Iu\i>..  m.irrliuc mid imiont.mu. Tolls wli.it )oii'(l risk  a tlo-liii. bin rlon'c like to. -JIUiuikcs, illiistr.it-  'e ', LTicimiIs: lull in introduce it wc -owl ono  oii'\ -o an) .idull for pcisMKC. 11) cents. M.'  HI. L PUB. CO., 129East 28th Street, New  York.  r$)fJ5������ &'&$<&(& <&&.<&<������?.&&<&*&(&&&&<$ <^,<!$ f^"^ rf'r$- ttir <fau������>  fS)',  -f-  HOTEL   LARDEAU  .    : GOMAPLIX A  Well Furnished  r$������''  THE CITY EXPRESS  ���������'   E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc., to any part of the Citj'. -      ,  Any Kind of Transferring  . Undertaken.  All orders left at R. M. Smythe's.  Tobacco Store, or by Telephone, No 7  will receive prompt; attention.  PATENTS  Trademark-*  and Copyrights  *  * obtained in all unmtnui.  ROWLAND BR1TJAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical Aitornej and Knijinccr.  Boom 3. FairfieldJBlock, Gidm illc St.. near I'.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.     >  A  postc.ird will secure nn evening appoint,  nient for those who cannot call am inn the day  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer i"^ ^girrrrtf?*- '  BEEF,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  - Fish and'Game in Season. l  All orders promptly flllcd.  DCUCI OTn^C     R     P      Corner   DoukIiu,  ntVtLOlUI\L,   D.   U.,   anil King street*.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mail Lines:  Cheapest Route'to itho Old Country.  ('       ALLAN'LINE���������Fiom'3Iontio.il?'  Ionian, .   ��������� .." June 10  H.iv.irinn >. June 17  I'nrisi.in    Iiine'-'l  Tuntsi.in      * Jul} I  "-'.'^DOMINION LINK���������From 3IonLi'ciil. ��������� ,  Dominion   .'..]    '. -��������� Jnii'e 11  l.'niiibroiiian .' .".. June lis  Oiiindn...    '     '.I une 2.i  Vnncoinei ,\.. .." Iul> H  CAX. PAG. ATLANTIC S. S.���������From 3Ionlreal.  Lal.e Gh.iniphun -... \ June1.)  LatoKno 1 unc������t  Lnke JMaiutoba  iiiin.'to  A3IEKICAN LINE���������From New York.  St. Paul .'.      ... 1 June 11  Philadelphia    June IS  St. Louis..-       June 2.i  Geimanic     July 2  WHlfE STAR LTNK-From Ncu York.  Teutonio ���������*    JunoS  Ceduc    ��������� June 15  Maiestio Iune22  Oceanic    luno2!l  CUNARD LINE���������Fiom Nov York.  Unibria lunell  Ciimpiinin Juno IS  Ftiuii.i ' lune 25  Auiania        June 2S  Lucanin      7uly2  Pn������s������;nj:uiM iickeled  through In all  pari1? ot  Gioal lliitaiu ami Ii eland, and at, speeiall} lou  aiesio all pans of  the European comment..  \ppl> luiu'iiro^t railway oroteainsliipayent oi  10 '  r  T.   W.  EBADSHAW,  Agent.   Kevelstolic  W. P   F. CUMMINGS. ' Paoifio Agent  Good Jable tfo  ' Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.     Jj  '  ' WJ HAMILTON, Proprietdr.     .    "    r-'  r$,  The Best House in Town:  r$������       '        . "    --s _      '   .     .      , . '' ���������    ,,       f������f'  r^f^(^f^<^<^f^f^f^c^rj!bf^f^r^f^f^ <$)i^r  TRY .  RESTAURANT  First Street,  Re\elstoko.  THE OWL  East, of -Mol^oiis liank  For your iikmI.s. 'Open diiy .ind ni^ht..  Me.ils 25c anrl upward. Sppfi.il weekly  rates.    Good service guaranteed.  YODO FUJI I, Proprietor.'1  NOTICE.  c  ���������VTOTIOE is licrxby uivon that, 30 d������y������ arter  J_V ilate. 1 intend tn applj to iho Honorable  the Chief Commissioner of Lauda and Works  for a special license Incut and carry away timber from the fotlouitiK dc--crihcd lauds situated  in We-t Koutciiiiv Di-tiict, II. ('.  Commeiieiii!; at a lMist marked Geo. F. I'ipor'.s  north i'.i-t cornoi post plaiitc'cl at the north  we-t corner f>f the I'\ Rnbiuson Liunher C'o.'s  limit on the noith side of the mirth east arm of  Arrow Lal;o, thence south oinlity chaiiis, thenco  west eighty chains, thonco north eudit) chains,  thence ea-t eighty chain1; to iKiiut of count coco  incut. . '  Dated the lOtl, daj of May, 1WU.  GEO. F. I'lPER.  5 A.:   "Ly  REVELSTQKE, B.fcO.  ABRAHAMSON    BROS.,<- PROPRIETORS.   "_   .[  Newly,.built.      First-class in every respect.'     .AH modern conveniences.  '    Laree Sample'-Rooms.  Rates $1.50 per Day,     . s        SpeciaLWeekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout  Lake, under same  management.  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished with  the choicest the market  'affords.       Best   Wines,   Liquors,  &��������� Cigars.  Rates $ i a day.    Monthly rate. ' ���������   . .  JA      ^AEABIEIRT      STOUNTEL '. 'IFIROIE*  COMAPLIX  CHIEF YOUisra, '   -      -       -     Proprietor.  Best brands of-Wines, Liquors and Cigars.   '  Travellers to Fish Creek will find excellent" accommodation!  at this Hotel.  KOOTENAY ENGINEERING WORKS  FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS  Manufacturers for the  Cpawford Double Rope Aerial Tramway System, Limited  REPAIRING AND JOBBING A SPECIALTY  Marine, Mining and Mill Machinery, Ore Cars, Utickets, Tanks,  Etc. Iron ancl Brass Casting. A complete stock of Shafting,  Supplies, Fittings, Etc., always on hand. Estimates for all  .classes of work furnished upon application. Mail orders receive  prompt and careful attention.   Scrap Iron bought by tlie carload  Office and Works:  Foot of Park Street  B. C. TRAVIS, Manager,  P. 0. Box 493, Nelson, B. C  Camborne Hotel  DA VIC OKK. Proprii'lnr.  The best Dollar a Day House  in the town.  Best  13runils of Wines, Spit-it9  a ml Cigars.  "GOOD HEALTH" is priceless.  Adulterated teas its enemy.  Ceylon  Tea  is   your  safeguard,  being; absolutely pure.  Sold ojoly in sealed lead packets..   By all Grocers.  (���������' * THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  &"  '4       ,  LEQUIME^ ESTATE.  .Sunny   Spots for   Home-seekers. In  "British Columbia.  AVALUAIJLK    OITOKTUXITY   to  secure miihII lots of Fir-t Class Land,  s-uiinlilc* fur Fruit Growing, Tobacco  Ihii-iiifj, Hunching nnd  Fiiri'iiing of  /.-all i~'i\n> i- hi' lii������t.  presented'to  tlie General  '   Public hy iho'Aih-divUiini uMbo I.urgo U'o,uimo  "Estate lieni' Keliiwini in the Okiiiingiin Miss-ion  ���������Valley  c��������� i"   llnti-li   Columbia.     This- ( valuable  "estmc has hitherto been bold as ������ whole.   _  ''  Tin- Valley ii fjinmn-. r������liko" for its genial  ���������climiiio and'Hio marvellous I'ruill'iilnoss of it!-'  soil. | It cuii 5-mV'l.v 'l������e mi id lhal iio-whcro 'in  "���������Ciiiintiii enn the delightful oniub'iniilion of good  hind; iiliiiiidiint water supply,:e<|imhlo climate  nnd congeninl sutTinindinn-, be found as in this  ���������charming V it I lev, ,  '' The Situation:'   '  Valioy of the Siniillcanieen. -The'climate of  13rilit.li Columbia'as n whole >s balmy, but.it is  also moist. Tho nd vantage of the two valleys  niiiiicd ih that thoy are at once.  WAUM  AND  DRY.  In my opinion this dry belt of the Coast province from the standpoint both of climate and  of products, in'n, distinct national asset."  Large Estates and Small Fruit Farms.  Professor Oslioma'continucs:���������  '"The 'settlement of the valleys of tho Okim-  agnn and tho Simill-'am'oon hits hitherto been  'in'the shelter of lhe sur-  Q- .  Situated as il  i  rouiidiu;-.' mountains, and alpny I lie east shore  <     df the Okiiiiia'aii   Lake, it i������ exempt from tho  ,.extremes of odd inid boat so comiiioii In this  Contineiu. Here i-n land untroubled hy,temper u'niis winds and cold bli/./.aids in Winter  and from pai'eliing drought in "Summer.   The  'ji Lilio-t ref'ni'di.'il   M.ixiiuuin Tom pern lure, does  'not. exceed '.lll.ii degrees/ It lies, like some  tabled haven iif ,1-At, which  inany seek but<Jcw  .li.ive -iiei'igih<ti'i lind. ,,  .  ���������"   An Authoritative Report.  l'niie=Mir W. p. O-lmri'A M. A., of  Victoria  TuiuT.-ity"'. 'I'niiiiitu. "llu s.pout  the summer of  l'fio.-! in tlii'.Okiiiniir.iii Valley, thus sums up the  iiilv.iiit.-iuo- ������������������������!'  lhe  climate, scenery,  soil   and  '   fruit-iriniviin; cMp.'ibilitie*-���������  -  k',������������������ C.in:ifl,i. im  the'main, ha.s a, rigorous-cli-  -;m.-it''c.    Ir.-j-yiieially -aid  thai, the cliinate of  'New England induces catarrh nnd lung'trotihlc  nnrl   I  *upp'i������e that  in  this'regard   conditions  .are  not   veiy  ililVorent   in   our  own  maritime  province*.    A winter-picture, for example, such  ��������� as Whitriei-'give- in   his  '��������� Snowbound,"^is as  true to life I'm' ,Nnva ,.Scotia as it is for Massn-  ^cbu���������etts.     In .Quebec  and    lias-torn   Ontario,  .again, the winter i-  undeniably  severe.    The  K������*6  , , _  ' '  f J  Sgjsp  ,     .'  i  ' "���������������������'  '<*   '   'i'l  .-    i '   - '  .!>    ,     '-   '  ' A^.  ���������''l^Sa  i/ "-. k (��������� ���������  '! ,1 '���������'  flMto  BHH  ��������� I '"   '1 ^Yii  fcJg-Ke  %���������*..; \ ','  -���������   fr.'  7T?j|v.  T*W  &*.-������������������< il-  "' '    An*  - .l-'l   - ~  "4^3  hLa3^.^i  fe";,v'-;  <|f    ���������**    "  l" J' '- '  %- J)S  Wti&iSi  app3  *&?'?' ���������' '  V' '' "-  v>  Wm ':���������'".  * 'k*-^  " ���������-uV!  ".^ _ -f  ps&s&r.-''-1--  *A ' ~* ,*  ":   ;'.  MftwBS'  :-aj  'nfe+i  'Jf-^V  yi  mB&^Si' ''f.l  Md  iji2~r  \ wKlSafJl  jwg rtKJj*Hj������r^aLij  Ij^niSI  HS������'  i  ! j ??* r if *? * * fiX? in  *s^^^  [rlKS  lS*a2vS?.  '^^^  JS  StS^''''S?'S^f9WS  ' MwttBIrP  9^  Wmk  m  )m  a������w  A RANCH HOL"S>:, LEQU1MK KSTATK.  reat, am  snowfall i.- heavy, the humidity i  the teiiiper.ituie goo- low.  "Of .Maniiciba'c winter.- nothing need be  said- they aie a -tandmg joke: though we on  the ground think them no menace nr obstacle  to people ni oiiliii.ny health. And Mnnitol-.i  cnnditiiiii.-, however you tegard them, piev.iil  >nntil one .re.iehe- we-tern A?-iniboia. J'eople  have boon heaiil to hint heretic-ally that even  ac Calgary things get pretty bad sometimes.  Thi- survey i- eucaigh to .-iiow that we have  v.i-t area* wbeic toleVably h.ir-li winter-aie the  llllu. ' ���������  '������������������The eouniiy in the -outh nf if-, whifh has j  iliaw'n ii ir hi-t bliidd it) -o many u-p'ct-, h.u-  iiii'Hii--!! Mi.iiili'iitti.ii'tiun- t" ',<Her even in thi-.  Florida, t'oluiailo and Califnrnia hiue long  b"eii in thi- matter of climate, Micoa.- for I'an-  adi.in-. In tb" l*ii-r place, tlin.-e wl������i-e health  i- .ii-iually uiidi'i'iiiiiied look' tu these-tale- for  l.'lief : C.ihioniia and t'oloi.ulo -uarm with invalid ('.inaili.ni-  ������������������ Hot there is an  e\.-n  iiiti'-e iiiipoitmt   l.e-  eiui.-e froi.l  thi- tune -uii'tls   ;jrmtMiig ela-- to  cmi-idi'i���������tho-e I'.(nadi.in-. that i- to -,i\. \������iio.  iia wii.'ai'<|uiii d a I'liiiipi'teiice ca-t aliuiit :'.n*  A   I'l.KV.-ANTKb'  ('I.IMATH.  ������������������ Wi are ju-t ic.iehinu' a tune when I here  v I'l I-- a -mpii-iiiglv l,if_'" tJ.��������� 11i.iixl for iM-ier  fiiin.itic i luion- Lai1,''- i.'iiiib'-i- ni ''.Hindi,in-aie now making m iin-s  f.i-t     Tln-v i:e  A LiAKUSIDU VII'AV.      ,"'    J  kept back by the concentration of extremely  large .blocks of'land in the hands'of single  'owners. One man in (he former .valley is said  Lo own land running, in generous width,.for  sixty miles,' CaUlo-'raisingis- thc'mitin business  of these proprietors. , They need large territory,  and,arc not anxious'to promote'settlement.  Undoubtedly these large estates have been in a  sense, the cuisc of that country. The proper  business of those two'valleys is  FRUrJVKAISI^cA  " They should be the homo of a' large population of small fruit-growers, who,''with intensive culture and advanced methods,'would  make "the" country blossom like the*crose, and'  produce for every ounce that is in it.  THE CLTMATF. OF Tlfn, OlAvXAGAX,  ,   i " i ' ',"  so far, at any rate, as the summer is'concerned,  is superb.' 1 limit my comment-to the summer, not because I'know anything bad about  the winter, but because the summer is all that  I know at lirst hand. It is within,the mark to  say that one could count on the fingers of both  hands all the days of my three months' stay in  the valley that: were anything''less than ideal.  ���������*��������� * '*" We never thought of including bad  weather among the possibilities, and the event  proved that we did. not'"'reckon, without our  host. Kor 'was the beat excessive. * (* *  And the nights arc invariablv cool. Thesnow-  fall must be extremely light." c'        ���������  ".Kelowna.".   ;   ���������'     . * ..  I, ^ . .  says tlio Professor, "is an old settlement, with  fruit as its main" rcobuice"; though the botto.ni  land there does not seem to suit peaches. The  other fruits thrive famously.  "But, more important than this, practically  all the old ranchers have orchards���������orchaids,to  which they give next to no caie, but which  pioduce a prolific quantity though not exactly  a select quality of 'fruit."  An Immense Market.  ���������'t, ( '  "The i[ii.uititics of fruit roqtiiicd in the  praiiie co.untry.irc destined to be immense. Ic  U in the interests both'-of British Columbia  and of the country east of Lhe mountains that,  the fruit industry, especially of the Okanagan,  should develop, f say. 'especially of the Okanagan.* merely liecausc the shipping quality of  the fruit grown in that valley :- likely tc prove  much superior to lhat of fruit grown anywhere  el?e in British Columbia."  what he wanted of tho balance of tho land, till,  the lnncl being limited, all that was available  was located.' ,  Then the'        ' - ,  ' VALUK OF THE'LAND  began to rise. Jt was good land','none better,  but it could im longer be got for next to nothing., Those who'stnked out'first then loali/ed  that if any land was of value theirs must be.  Tlieywere first there���������to them the first choice,  to them tho.bcst land, so'jthoy decided to bold  their land until tliey could'sell every particle  of it at a, good round figure, and meanwhile  grow rich on the produce of the land. These  two results are now accomplished. ��������� ��������� ,  r. ,  , A great, barrier to the proper development  of_tlio Valley has now been removed. Big  estates near Towns, are not good. Only one  family lives where there is ample accommodation fora hundred. Land is used for meadow  and pasturing entile where splendid'crops can  ho grown; but tlioi-o require more individual  attention. This is what isMmpponmg now all  over���������tlicp-olcl time changes and a more prosperous and settled timu'takes its place. "  ' ��������� A lAl'l'* OITOHTUNITY. , .-' '  I'nrlions of Ibis mngnifieiint property can  now b6' bought'of sizes*to suit all purchasers  and al prices varving a< to t he,condition of the  land, whether virgin or cultivated. This, land  is within easy distance, from the shipping point  of Keiownn nnd the terms a re'within the reach  of'all.^    . ������    A' ,  ���������<lt must not he'supposed Lhat in all these  acres, SOOO'in 'all, there isAo bad land.   This  has, however) been  reserved ' from ^saIe.   There  is too much A. I Land'ou the Property to make  it worth tho'owners' while to sell the bad atall'  Under cerliiin   conditions   nnd    with   certain  treatment the had Innd can be-rendered good,  but it will take both time and money./ Time  > t i       .,       (       *  enough when lhe still increasing valuo*V)f land  will render it I'ea-ible in,attend to the reserved  portions. t        '   - ,-       ��������� a '���������'' A  ,To partioul.iiizoi the petitions of this estate  we may divided! iiitu throe parts. ���������  ���������       '  ' 1. Tin: Doitom   La.vd',  consisting', of about  1000 acres of ib'e finest sandy loam -oil,,well  supplied   wilb   iriigation   water [by   mcau.s| of  .ditches led through every'lot on  the property.  and traversed by a splendid graded-road which  forms the main   highway tinto  IColowna from  the south and .-out Invest. "       . * ''  i> i  "The land is now mainly ,used for clover and  timothv meadows and pasttire for stock.   The  Health and Holiday Resort of Canada.  Professor O-borne conclude- his able article  on thf- Okanagan with the following pithy  -ummary of the -iruati'-n:���������  ' k -"(.-m- to me a matter of importance to  Canada a.-n vshole that we '���������hould have under  (iiii'inin ll.ig a -action of territory where the cli-  forstock. ��������� On this upland portion,of the valley  is raised first-class grain, which, in quality and  quantity will compete with Manitoba nnd the  Nortl'i West'.' Hay also', both Timothy and  plover, is raised at it- best hero by moans .of  irrigation. There is a great demand.for this  hay for shipping as it can always be relied upon'  as 'Al. p ,   ' '  "'r    Advantages We Offer.   , < ,  To people accustomed to the"great extent  of'tlio ranches in'the Hast- tho idea of living  and making a livelihood' olV.10, 20 or even -10  acres of land may seem at first glance absurd  on the faco of it1,'and to lie asked to pay.-ffiO,  |(i0, ,ti 100,.and $200'nu acre for -Innd.may appear exorbitant, dint the true value of land is  what it will raise,'what can bo made olV it I  When a man can, olV a small piece of land in a  pleasant climate, make as much as,���������if not more  (linn, bo win olV'a piece of land perhaps twenty  times the si/.e where the cold in winter and  bent in summer "are so intense ns Lo double Iho  hardship and considerably .diminish the pleas-  tiro of the st'ronuous out-door life of,tho fariuor,  it,buounies a'question���������1.- life worth living,  under such conditions of clinuue when hoenn  find in the Lequiino fruit,lauds a gonial climiito  with equally good, if not bettor opportunities  for success V .   '  ��������� ' ���������  It becomes more,evident, that hind, ol which  there is nut such, a "grout/ a mount; is considerably more valuable,, and worth'paying for and  treating as such. It is valuable oven to buy a  small��������� say 10 acre���������block, to build on', plant a  few trees nnd a garden for a-summer re.-ort for  the family, with alUhe benefit-- of !be lake for  "Al'PLKS. ' '' ,  whole of this,has boon cut up into lots, many  of them with clear Lake shore frontage, with  magnificent sandy bench. Those lot- vary in  si/e from !) to 20 ncics. All arc suitable fin  cultivation'and in many paits consi-t of fine  fruit land, where Apple.-, rear-. Plums Ac, in  fact all fruits, will thrive.  e  2. Tin: lii veil Laxii.���������On cros-ing Mission  Creek and rising the bank on the other side a  marvellous contrast meets the eye, accustomed  to the rolling bills nnd brtiali clad creek fringe.  Ffere is a va-t plateau of close on. !I00 acres,  flat as the pioverhi.il billiard table and alnioM  as green, nor a tice save around  the edge to  break,the jicrleer level nf the ground, the soil a  lieh alluvial deposit, mainly a light loam admirably suited for Oichaids. well  watered by  ditches miming from ,i never failing source���������  Canyon Creek, a Tiilmiaiy of ..Mission Creek.  Ueyond this gic-a. "^uin-p is another bench,  money in  the various states of the j rnthf-r srn.il'ei  .V TYPICAL OliCIIAIID.  1 ft i '* i '  boating, bathing 'and fishing���������n never-failing  source of pleasure���������or as a temperate letreat in  winter to escape the ''foity below" "and the  wind and blizzard so trying to the' strongest  fiames, let alone .delicate women and children,  compelled to livo through tho rigors of such  aictic-.wintersr ,. ' - ' *   '��������� iA   ,  ,> The profitable grain or cattle ranch may lie  carried on as before if "necessary, but that only  takes six months of the vear. Why not live  Lhe other six in comfort out of.the cold. /, ' .  Again, to those looking forward Lo retiring-  in years to come after their'labois, and jvho  want a pleasant, genial climate to live in. Xow  is the time to select the spot, taking advantage  of the easy terms offered. Plant the Orchard  now, so that it will be bearing fruit by,the time  you  will wish to come 'to it���������a plea-ant and  , SELKIRK LODGE. NO. 13, I. O. O. F. '  Moots every Tnusilay  '     Selkirk  evening  Hall    ut  in  8  o'clock.  n:. K. ADAIlt, N.O.'  , Vihltintr brethren cordially Invited  to ut-  tOII'l.  u,   ,     ,  J.MATIUR. SEOJ  '('  Kootonay LodKO-  No. IC A.P. dc A.Al"  TlicrcKiiliirnieclliiKSi  hit hold In the Mas-  ouio   Tuinplc,'   Odil-  - follows Hull, on thor     '  grllilrd' Monday, ii������  _rCeauli mouth at,8 pan. ,-���������  -   VlblthiK   brotlirem      ,  n  cord lully wolcoinecT,  [C. A. PKOOU*N"lI'*It,lSi:OKi:'i'AiiY. t O  a  l\  ,���������il  v*  mate i- as nearly perfect, and the landscape as |  picturesque a- can be met with; where instead !  of  cI'cpubli(  foi  ���������31-  i -  ���������'<i;ve    t i-.'  :>S\i  ^^/  'ii  ending money in  tne various states oi tlie j Vilther smaller in evtent.    hi.'?  may be seen  -> tho .-outh of tit, the -ick man may j -eveial  thi hint; you  lealth aud the well man for rec���������--���������"'-  ng oichaids, wi;!ch spe;  creation; ' fi,i-tbems'elie- a- to the -uitability of t!'e S'  in particular a   section   thai,  rightly handled } an  and ju-tly ti fated, --hould  piove competent to,  -upjily with  fruit tho-e \a-t area-' ot the Canadian   we-t   wh-re, rel.iti\e|y   no   fruit   can   \^  U'l'iiW n."  urrruii,dings for unit eulltne.  ,'J. Tin: P.n wcE cun-i-t.- of  upland  range  if il������/e/',r eLiin  raiding and  .-uininei' pa-tuie  Short History of Lequime Estate  rANV  VF.ARS  win ii    'u.iinl  weaiy  way   .Vm  ���������if  *be ('.n-i'iin'   J;u-I  Ani'M lean eiinii'.'') |u   \,uil  In  enj'n p, and tiiat,  I'irh.iiit iniich delnr. On.' of tin- lii-���������t thing-  tiny a:e g'linu' In a-k i- " U'lieie ean w get  an atrli'i abb- cliinate for the <vlin|e, uv ar lea-t  a gnorl pail nl the vear'" I nrlcr these r;ir-  ciim-riiiifi- it -ecin- no |i ^- than inrt,male t hat  v. i- can ea 11 the alien I ion oi Ci nndiaii- tu -ome-  tbing ni the -mf lhey want wilbin nor own  bnidei.-. The di-tru-r thai 1 Iia ve pari iciiln rly  in mind i-  TIIK OK'AXAf'.W   VALLKY.  in  j'riti-h  Colmebi.i.    'IV,  ;'nl-   mav   be  added  the -mailer, but in every other ro-iprot -imilar,  A(.f  f   Pi  th. n  titi)'  \\",iiy with t'li!. ,ieie ie( t by a  kir  miiii-tcriiii.' tu   the   -iw.isii    Indian  ls':*������ in f.iet, a *.,i|  ��������� ii'ier-   .*.' ie  inaXnii.'  i   frmi,   I 'aiif irma at t'.���������  Ill II   rl.e  V   IVl'l'i !-.  hy I'ii.-���������.  , i.i ar tin;  v;  < iiiiiel.  m    It    V..I-  Jtnp   WiKT''  ii'iy place   where   :!������������������     Mi--inn  -land-      .-��������� ein-/   the  parli.,'1- ei'tnh;  lint dillicuit  tn   p' I -uade   ile-iri  tlev   wire,   m    mi-    I" riPieen!    ���������. allev   wieie  Xafme provide- ^n bniinteou-ly for iiei chiMr' n  Hue  then  ihiy   -taved   and   -t.ikrd wl!  a-  inneli bind a- thev fjmild  band!'-  addiri" f ��������� ei v  now and agiin mnie and nmie nf the i,,-t; md  richr-t land in the Valley. Iitjhfini; the flifb.-in-  iincl w ilrl In a jU a- nf <��������� i-ioii ;in,-.e  cle iringiiw iv '  the primeval fore-1 to allow ol men'-, hii-liiiriilry-  nnd effort.    In   tiiee   other   old-fime   -r-ltIr-r-i'  dropji'd in, nod  rnch in.in  in tuio -laked ofl  '   j ----  'l-V  Si  vA'A'A   1   ���������'  iJ^y^t^  i.'nu ot- rittnr tkf:i:s.  i  -yt  > LOCATION' l'L\X Slf(l\VIN(l SITUATION OF    >  li:(.'Ci.mk' i:.-,tati-:.  profitable oc'eupatinii. not, culling for any great  outlay nr expen-o iin   it-elf, and  providing a  gnnd income from the lir-t crnp-j.    The lunger  it is put off the lunger before the returns.  Why leave the country, and winter in Cali-  foinia, when ynti can have yniir own California,  under your own (lag, in y<>ur own country,  with congenial neighbour-, plea-ant .surrounding-, equable climate, low lavv, churches of  every denouiiiiation ,aud -chooN, good roads,  nts of -port, and a splendid return for your  money invested '',  For particulars and all information  apply to  Carruthers CBl> Pooley,  Real Estate Agents,  Kelowna,     -     -     -     B. C.  To Trappers  Raw Furs" Bought,;  Cash Prices Paid  I\    B.   WELLS,  '   . Exporter of Furs.  Best Milken Town  '    1 want more customers for milk.  Residents .in Wind II preferred for  ^ "convenience of delivery^   '  ",l  The CleanestDairy in the City  ',  -Tlie  Goveriiment   Inspector' alscv  ��������� ' , corlilies I  have the'richest niilk-  in the city.    ',      ���������      >     .     %   A  Douglas Street,  '-.-      -    'Hovelstoke.  ii  JI  r.  il  THIS IS NOT EGOTISM.  "We"believe wc, know   our business.  Our  business is 'to  help you do your  business.    We-supply up-to-date -business-   means    and     methods.���������money  saving devices and how to use them.  1 ' i|  ��������� il  1 '"il  ,   TBNCiWBU.  I.OOSl-M.U.M'*  M!II������HK  Loo-e    Lent'    Files-and   I/i'iko'i-s wtli -  liliu������s spi'ebilly ruled, 'pi'inled, peefor-''  ati'diind   punched lo suit any slyle of  hinder.  TliN'OVVHM, TJIAXSKJOK Fll.li.  Kootenay Mail Publishing' Co. Limited  '     KEVRLST0KE.B. 0.  NO'BETTEB. BBEAD  In town than that made  at   Smith's   Bakery, ancl  , ' Cakes of Every Kind  ; Afipnts for the UelebiateiK  MONSOON TEAS.     '  Ml SMITHS CO.,  Jtclvetr/.ie Avenue, Revelstoke.  o  J. Guy Barber  JEWELRY  DIAMONDS  WATCHES  and a  complete line  of the  GENUINE  "1847  /���������JfY Rogers Bros."  Knives, Forks,  Spoons, etc.  Kit's cnrefully cxamineri and  jmipcilv Iiticd lo tlie bust Kradc  of IflllSSth. ���������f      S)__  Fine       /^Ifr  (4  FORMS   KOir   Mining & Legal Purposes  Transfers, Options, Powers  - -of Attorney, Statutory Declarations, Proxies, etc., can  be obtained at the  !..Kootenay Mail Offe.  aii-ii|!'_j |i:ptijAoA[ BOILERS  '<���������������"' '-AND*'   ��������� ���������'' ���������   A-  ENGINES.  THEKOQTEXAV }IAII,  ������  Saw Mill,Machinery  ��������� Wood Working Machinery  Machinery'for all purposes  All of very best makes':'  Wrlto        ,    v      rf     /   '.       ,  J. L NEILSON & CO,  A        60S Main St., Win nlpog,  it  A  '  Synopsis of 'Regulations for Disposalfof  u Minorals on Dominion Lands In Manl-  eratlon within two years from the date  or tlio lease, und one i dredge for oacli  live miles within isbc yeais fiom such  date.. Kental, siuo per mile for iho Ursa  'ear, and *10 per mile for eaoli subsequent year.'Itoyaliy, sume us placer milling.      -   ,  ,  Placer Mlnlne" in"the 1'ukon'Territory,  ���������Creek, river .fulch und hill claims sliall  not exceed 250 feet In length, meabuitjd  on the baso lino or general diiection oi  ,llilcree,k���������or Eulch, the width being fion  1,000 to 2,000 feet. All other placer claim'  THE SICKROOM  MIRROR.  Chamberlain's  Remedies,  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  ' For Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whoop.  . tag Cough. Price as cents; large size 50c.  ������������������������������������������������������ ^  Chamberlain's, Colic, Cholera  ��������� and Diarrhoea Remedy.  For Bowel Complaints., Price 35 cent*.  - Chamberlain's Pain Balm.,  , ^An antiseptic liniment especially vniua-  Wefor Cuts, Bruises, Sprains and Rhcuma-  . fastn.    Price'35 cents; large size 50 cents.  1 ^ *  i>, , ,   -    l  .: Chamberlain's Stomach and  - ,. A   Liver Tablets. . ,   ,,  For   Disorders r of the Stomach, I4ver  and Bowels.   Price 25 cents.���������,-        ,'    ,  toba. tho Northwost  Torrltorios and   ",'"1" ^u 2* '<-<������������������������������������'' -'inure.   ���������  tho Yukon Torritorv. ' Clnhns are marked by two legal posis,  0110 ut each end, beaiing notices.   Enti1}  must be obtained within ten days, If tl  ' "��������� Every one ol these preparations  is guaranteed and if not fully satisfactory to the purchaser the  money will he refunded.    '  WRAPPING   PAPER 'AND.  I '.;    PAPER BAGS.  1 he Kobti n.-iy'JIiiil-lias  been,  ni-]'dinted   I'leuit   for "one   of  the. hugest 'Ciniiidiflii   Paper  Wills.,-        '     , '   _   vj  ���������Wrapping ���������] iipeis in   1 oils or,  lint,   nnd   j siper ' bags   of nil  ( weights nnd sinst'sui pliid to'  'oidei  111 iimd 01 111 lrintid.  Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.  Halcyon Hot Springs  .'T;   Sanitarium.  ' .,    ������������������   ���������������',  TIIE-JMEDIOAL-VVATERS of  Hiil-  ���������' cyon nil' thi' mos-t curative "in the  j* woi Id.J-A ppifpfti'iiiiluuil ii'tnedy  for  all   Nei\iuis  iind .jMu*-i'iilnr   diseases  L   Liver, Kidney nnd  Stomach  ailments  and  .Metallic Poisoning.   A sure cure  .for   "That   Tnul   Feeling."'   Specia  ��������� rates on   a Ik boat*,   and   Mams.   Two  ������ mails   in 1 i\ e* jind  depait  every   day.  Teli'giaph   iiiinmiiiiicalion    wiLh   all  parts ot tho   world.   An   experienced  ,inassangpi'.  Ha ley on Hot Sp rings  -   Arrotv L.aKe.  "B.C.  Coal.���������Coal lands muy bo purchased at  HO per aero for soft coal and i'iii tor anthracite. Not moro than' 3.10 acres can  bo ucqulred by one individual or icoin-  pany. Koyalty at tho rato of ton cents  por ton ot 2,000 pounds shall bo collected  on tho sioss output.   '  Quartz.���������Persons ot olghteon years and  over and Joint stock companies holdlntf  froo minor's cortillcates may obtain entry  for a inlulne location,      ,' <   <     ,,  A freo miner's certlik'nte Is granted for  0110 or moio yours, not cxcceilint; live,,upon* puymoiit in'advauco of $7.00 per annum lor nip Individual, and fiom 530 to  J10U per annum for u compuny, according  to capital. ," ' b  A free minor having- dlscovorcd mineral  In plaqo, muy locate a claim l&OOxluOO foot  by nuirlcliiu out tho sumo with iwo ioBul  puma, bourliif location ' notices,' 0110 ut  cuch end on alio lino of tho lodu or ..vein.  The claim shall bo lecordcd within llf-  toou days if located within tun miles ot u  mltiliib* lucordor's oltlcu, 0110 uddilioaul  day ullowed lor every additional ton  miles or fraction. Tho too for recordlni;  a claim Is Jti. r  At least ������1(W must bo expended on thu  claim eucli year or paid to tlio mliiliiij 10-  coidor Iu llou theieof. When ^300 has been  expended ur pnlil, tho lucuior muy,< upon  hiivlny: a survey-,miiUo, and upon complying Willi other reiiuiicmcnts, 'purchuso  the laud at $1,00 an ucio,  ' Permission muy bo fi-untod by the Minister of tho Interior to loculo 'claims  containing Iron and mica, also cupper, In  tthe 1'ultua Territory, of an ureurnot ox-  'ceedlns 100 acres.       ' '  The patent for, a mining locution shall  piovlriu lur lliu |j'ii'1111 m ui 11 lti.\ all j'01 L'4 por  ecul ut the suii.- in on. 1 luduui- ui tnu local lull.  Placer Alinlnt', .Manitoba and tho'N.'W.  T., excepting tlie Yukon Territory.���������  Placer mining claims generally aio 100  feet squuio; entry fee, $5, renewable  yearly. On the North Saskatchewan  River.claims for either bar or bench, the  former being 100 feet long and extending  between high, and'low water mark. The  luttor'includes'bar'dlgglinfs, but extends  back to the base of the hill or bank, but  not exceeding' 1,000 feet. Where steam  power is used, claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained. ���������  Dredging  In  the' rivers ' of   Manitoba  and  the N.  W. T.,  excepting  the   lukuii  Teriitury.���������A fiee,miner may obtain only  two leases of,live miles each lur a teim  of twenty yeais,- lenuwable in tlie disciu-  tion  of the  Minister of  the lnteilur.      ������������������  The lessee's right Is conlmed to, the sub-  meiged  beds or baisvof the river  beluw  low water mai If, and subject to lhe lights  'of all peibuns whu-have, ur who may ic-  celve  entiles  foi   bar  diggings  01   bench  claims,   exception     the     Saskatchewan  ��������� River,  wheie  the  lessor-'may  diedge^to  high water mark on each alternate leasehold. '  The lessee shall have a di edge.in operation within one season fiom theTdate.of  the lease foi each live miles, but where  a peison"or company has obtained more  than one lease one dredge lor each fifteen miles'* or 11 action Is sulllcient.  Kental, $10 per annum 101 reach mile ,of  river leased. Royalty at the rate of two  rand a half per cent collected on the output alter it exceeds $10,000.'"  Dredging In the' V/ukon Territory.���������Six  leases ot live miles each may be granted  to a fiee miner for a teim of twenty  years, also renewable.  The lessee's right Is confined to^the'  submerged bed or bars in the river below low water'mark, "that boundary 'to  be fixed by its position on the 1st,day of  August in tho-year of the" date'of the"  lease." ' *' 1       -    -  -The lessee'shall have,one dredge in op-  clalm Is,.wlthlii ten miles of mining recorder's oflice, One extra day allowed  for each additional ten miles or fraction.  The person'or company staking a claim  must hold a freo,miner's ceitlflcato.  Tlio discoverer of a now mine is entitled  lo a claim of 1,000 feet In length, and If  tlio pnily consists of two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the output of,which no royalty  shall bo'charged, tho lest of tho pari}  ordinary claims only,  ISntry fee, $10. Royalty at tho rato '01  two and one-half per cent on tho value  of tho gold shipped from the Yukon Territory to'bo paid to the'Comptroller. ���������  No froo minor shall'recolve a grant oi  moro than 0110 mining claim on ouch sop.  orato rlvor, creek or gulch, but thrf same  minor may-hold any number, of clulme  by purohaso, and freo, miners may woik  their claims In partnership by Mini;  noilco and paying foo ot $'J, 'A'clniin'niu.v  bo abandoned, mid another obtained on  tho sumo crook, gulch or liver, by giving  notice and' paying a fco.  Work must be dono on a claim -each  year, to tlio value ot at least $"00. '  A cortllicate that work has boon done  must bo obtained each, year; If not, lhe  claim sliall bo deemed to be abandoned,  and opon, to occupation and entiy by 11  free minor. ,, , ,  The boundaries of a claim may bo defined* absolutely -by having a 'suivey  mado und publishing notices in the Yukon  Official Giueltc.  Petroleum.���������All unappropriated Dominion 'Lauds iiiiAfnnftoua, the North-west  Tonltoiles and within tho Yukon Territory uio opeiuto prospecting for petiol-  eum, and the.minister may roseivo for  an Individual or company having "inJ  chlnery on the land to bo" prospected,  an urea of 6-10 acres. Should the pios-  pector discover oil "In paying quantities  and satisfactorily} establish such dlscov-  eiy, an area not,exceeding OI0 acres,-Including the oil well and such other land  as may bo determined, will bo sold In  the discoverer at the rato of $1.00 an  acre, subject to 'royalty at such rate as  muy 'be specified by order-in-councll.  Department   of   the' Interior,   Ottawa.  ' Fulimnry, 1901, .  '      "   . ' , JAMES, A.-SMART  "Deputy of the Minlster'of the Interloi  The Revelstoke Navigation Co.-Mo  TIME TABLE   ; -  (During season'oi high water.)  Tou   Jlunl   IJc   DlNcrect   In   AlIoirliiK  '     . (lie 1'utli-nt to Une It. ,  The'looking glass, whether n plus or  minus quantity, plays a'more .important'part in the sickroom than moat  nurses und physicians give it'credit for.  The pntlent who Is allowed to look into  one is likely to lie frightened into 11 relapse nt slght.of Ids cadaverous appearance, whllo the one. who Is'not allowed  to look'js similarly affected by the'refusal, which ho, lit tributes to the'fact'  that his faco Is too inuelLfor his nerves.'  ."All things considered, I  think'it a  good  plan 'to  give  a  sick   person , n  cliiuice lo look nL himself occasionally,"  snld a doctor.    "Of course the liid'ul-  gence must bo granted with'discretion.'  If n patient Is really looking .seedy 11  turn at (lie looking glass is equivalent  to signing his death  warrant,  1ml if  tiiken  nt a  time when ���������liraced up  by  8O1110 stimulant or a natural ebullition  ot vital force 11 few inlnulos of communion with bis own vl.sngo heats any  tonic 1 can prescribe.   It thrills the patient wllli new hope. ,11 makes lilinTeel  that he isn't qulto so fur goiio us ho  hud thought and that possibly a fight  for life is, after all. worth while.  )r .Hclng  thus  sensitive,'a   persistent  withholding of a iiilrr'or'cotivlnces, the  pntlent that'he must lie too horrible  for contemplation, and ho promptly decides that the best thing for lilm to do  Is to, give up. tlie ghost and get out of  the way., That Is ono mlstuko hospitals wore apt to 'make up  to  a" few  years ago. When I was 11 young fellow,  getting my first practice after graduation, I served on the stuff of,'several  hospitals, and In nil, especially In the  free" wards, those aids to vanity were  ���������strictly,   forbidden. ',The    deprivation  woiit'Iiard with ninny of'the patients,  particularly- the women, and when  I  came to have 11 little authority among  doctors and nurses'I  advised u judi-,  clous application of loolclngglass treatment..  I still advise it both In hospital  and private practice, for I find that ii  little reassurance as to the stale of tho  'complexion and the appearance In general 'goes a long way toward effecting  a cure."    '        ' ... .,  LAND FOR SALE.  1     '     . 1  Columbia and, Western1 Grants  .' Offered Between' Trail and  Pentiction.  dications on the wall   are "und, allowing gold and gnlen.i.  ���������    A  s-oheine -is  out- inr thp'rei.rgaiij- "  /.nlion   of  the   Kvn   iiuh   a'01 pita 1 of  ���������tiiJOO.OOO in Jfl (io .Imi.-, n't-ixhicli the '  Kvu sliaioholdei-! |-ri>|'in.-u intake 220,-  000 fully   p.nd   ;,',,  lm(|   j..,,,,   t0  t))'e  .���������,       ,-,     ,   ,     , Calumet   nml    II.' C.'   I9i),'000 =hure<A  1 tic whole of the C. I>. R\ holdings   i,.,..-...    ���������   .,,,,. . , ... '    , ,    -  ,  ������   fr   I "lm ii&ii'i-sllili; In .i(J cent,-   ,ii:d  hull to  in- tho, Columbia nnd WeMcrn Ini>r  gniiit 1110 now on the market. Tin1  ii'giilnlioiih for n<:r|iiirinn thu land nto  nfler the goveriiment - icgulntioiit..  Tho piice per acio is mimic >ia chaigod  by govoriiiiiont, J)ir).0O per acre fm ht  class Ian I, $'2M per* atjiu'fur 2nd  olii'.s.-. laiftl, and $1,00 per aoie fur Il'i-d  oliu-s land.  In piircliiising Ihuo C. I1. I"', lui'itl  the iipplicant' ' niiisi, buy < |(io  acres, unless thai, 1,mount, is nol,  aviiiliihlo.' Applications niti'sl, bo  iiiiidu,.oii proper' forms, nfler which  thi'. applicant, must, havu tho land  surveyed,; al his own cost,'hy a Provincial hand ' Surveyor,' who will  classify tho land.,'    , '  being  treasury  25 cents, the  ImIuiicj   |m  ,slock. . '  W,'o  11 je  inforniwl   1 lie clean-up'reported in In'. 1 iw-ek'., .\Jv11. aa  having  heeii   made, on | t,'he   Jiuvelstoko iukL  jMcCuiloi-k   Creek ',11yd rati lie    Com-  pany'ft ,ii'ui|ierty ' mi-,  only  a  partial  one iiinde to eive Mr. Murrow,  pne of  ihoblock-huldei'-,  ,-oine m.ld   tot.ikc  ciimI, with him, niul.w.is   hy   in,i-nreaii8  a i>ysteiniiiio'cli'iin-ii|������'rrif   the t-luice^^  imcliillles.'    Tlio "I'/oMMont,   \\*" .V.'  Drawn, infoinib us lhe anioiuit of gold  inkeu out. wim H0 ox,-.   ���������    , '    ' ���������  MALAKWA.  li'iiim riiirnivii cimu-Duililuiil. -   '  Seeding is over unco nioio" and  eveiylliing is doing well.  T.   Woolsey   shipped    four   cars of  posts last'^vcolc   and   is busy getting  out, logs for C. K. L.,Co.       .   < lJ  , , Jk'Ssrs. ICrick.-on have shipped in   a  t.liuruiigh-bred   short    horn .'Diuhiim'  bull. ' ������ ���������  ���������   ������ 1 , 1  Kali wheat is doing well -in this  district and this" seems the best way  of raising wheat.   -    -- "'    '-   ,<-'- A ���������  P., Jlossley is busy improving his  . anch, 1 having    broken    up' quite a I by ^ w^u^y  NUT VALUES:  ��������� Ixave EiGiiT-jMn.i; Landing'each  TUESDAY AND EK1DAY iitG aVnr.  ,'   Leave La Pohtj;' eachp   -  TUESDAY 'AND FKIDAY nt 2 p. in,  SPECIAL TRIPS will"be maclc between dates of legular' sailing wiien-  bver business oll'eied \\arrants same..  .   C        ������i I  The Company rcserxc the riglit to  change'time and days of sailing with-  out^notice.^_^���������'v'.,^,^,^���������..^,^- .,���������u Jt���������^  A. EORSLAND,    C.e'D. 13ACJIER, ���������  Master.  Purser,  Chestnuts are starchy and take tho  place of. potatoes.  \  P.r.iz'1 or ci earn nuts are very rich in  fat and should be blended with pecans. Englisb walnuts or hazelnuts.'1  r.laclc and white'walnuts as'well "as*  hickory nuts contain nitrogen and oil,  but liojatarch.. Blend with rice or potatoes.' *,,',/'   a ,      /  Cocoaimts contain"very little nitrogen, but are rich in oil. .The "fiber is  diflicult of digestion. The cream and  milk,,-are excellent -for salads ,and  sauces.      \ -  Peanuts are very,rich in nitrogen nnd  "contain, considerable -starch   nnd, oil.  When   boiled   and   mashed   lhey   are  much  better  than" when'roasted and  'ground. ' ���������  Almonds are really digesters or appe-  tizeis. Tliey are too expensive to bo  used alone in large quantities... Pour  or five thoroughly-.masticated at the  end of a meal will frequently aid in  the digestion of oilier foods.  patch, and also.fenced  T. Woolsc.V'tind A. Chambers have  captured two bears so "far andlin  prime order. Messrs. Lklstonc unci  Mcllac also'cnptnrcd two bears.  CORRESPONDENCE.  <t 11  ' <   ' . ������������������ A      ������������������   '    '  The Water Supply.  I.MH01  Kooii^ay .m.,|, . ,    1  '      ^ 'i  011��������� Whikjciii/t 11, win   iie j.ladr|to  H't'im   ini|iiii\i<|   wnter. supply   it 'is-  iH'cetsiuy that the intore.-t cf the cily  should be.coiitervinl   in   the   piocees.  A deal is on 1-etHoen the city, nnd the-  p. 1'. R.,,the terms of which   have not',  yet   boon    Hindu, public,   hue" strdefc'  l'unior snysthe piopusiuoii' is to  give-  thoO. 1'. K.   fiee   water   in consideration of the O.P,. H.   turning' over to> '  the, city   their   ii<.|Uo  to th..-atieam  which- now  Mipp,liCa -Uieir - resei voir^  and ihiU.ihc conipanj   "-hould   put \h  ������-_75,000 giilloii'lnnk available for city-  purposes'in'c11.9e.pf/ire.     fs'ow,. sir,  I  know' tho   pfeeent system controlled  is   liotv.sii/licient'to-  r.    '    '  AI  >-       'I  The Sinn nnd the Mutch.      '  "Show mo two men 'with unligbted  cigarettes, and if I watched them for a  minute I can tell youAorrcctly whether,the. one who lias tho match is from  Philadelphia, Iloston or New york."  Tlie speaker was a person of some  observation, and his friend naturally  asked: ���������'  "Ilowoau you tell?"  "In tills way," said the observant  man. "If'the man is a Pliilndclphian  he will strike the match,' hold it for  his lrlend,id get a light, then lake a  light himself and throw the match  away, if be is a Bostoni.ui he will  light his own cigarette first, then bold  the match for bis triend and after lint  throw it away. If he is a New Yorker,  however, he will strike the match,  light his own cigarette and throw tho  matcli away."  FARM AND-ORCHARD.  ���������i ������      '   1,  KP\\\\t, and orniinien'talitrecs to'number of 12.350 passed inspection, at  Vancouver "last week'-and Inspector  .("Jnnningliam. statfed he never saw  ���������iii'oro beautiful stock. The fruit trees  aie varieties that liave been thoiouglily  tested at Kclowna-by IhoKelowna  NurseryXo., tlie importer, nnd have  'been found "Jo bo suitable, to .the  climate of tho Okanagan, and to grow  theTincst kind \o\ fruit. The shipment consisted of cherry seedlings,  English walnuts, sugar maples, pine,  oak, box elder,'American olinT'ciit.ilp.i'f  pear sccdings and ornamentals. Tlies'e  will form a base Tor the'further propagation of stock to be sold all o\er the  piovinco.  ',(supply   the  company's, requirements,^'  11s, in a spell nf.diy h cut her, the shops  have'h.irl to   be shut dnwiAto enable  'stiflicient   wiUei    to   accumulate    to  supply the boileis.,    JJoiv much value-  is such a' system going to bo tot hecity ?  If such a deal goes  through   the city  wiil lose a valimbic source of..revenue,   '  for. the "company    muse   e\entually  come to the cily for ils   water  supply    '  and should pay it.-, share for  that"ser-   '  vice the same as any other user.    ''  1 am itc.  "   ,' A . Cms. ' <"    ���������  %  Don't be satisfied to work  along1 in the same old way  for low wages'.' Wc can  help you carve out a successful career. Thousands  have increased their salaries  by following: our plan. Wc  can train you in spare time,  and at small cost, for any  of the  following positions:  Mechanical, Electrical, Steam, Civil, or  Mining Engineer; Electrician; Surveyor;  Architect; Draftsman; Bookkeeper; Stenographer; Teacher; Show-Card Writer;  Wlndo'.v Dresser; or Ad Writer.  Wrlto TODAY, staling which posi-  tlou tntcrostu you. to  INTERNATIONAL  Correspondence    Schools  Box 799, SCRANT0N, PA.     .  ORlil.I. OS ULK I OCA I, IIM-ILUIhSrATIIBl  /     O. J. WILKES,  Box 7G*2. Nelson, B. C.  Have it'-ncw ancl up-to-date  Get good paper and workmanship by steam power  Gel your Printing done from  SlieiiL-c-r   mid   Music. ���������  Mr. Herbert .Spencer cultivated what  he called the '"receptive soii'-c" in respect to music and was wont to speak  with more than a little bitterness of  the gcncr.il desire to be a performer.  One performer wlio hail been chosen  to piny Iteotliovon for liiin waa thunderstruck 011 arrival nt Mr. Spencer's  residence at being aslcod to render nn  extract fiom one oC Sullivan's operas.  Li������hl music had a'charm for tlie philosopher which light literature never  had.  ew  on New Presses  No matter what class of printing  you requite we can do it for you  Lor>e-lo.u" accounting systems a specialty  All   Allt   I'lljlil.  Teacher���������.Tames, you were late yes-  [���������j. terday morniiix. Pupil���������Vcs; but, as  '* you were saying lo the class today,  wo should let bygones bo bygones.  Teacher��������� nut have you no exciue to  offer? Pupil ��������� In lhal same tall: you  said lliut one who was gootl at cx-  cii"'9 was usually good at nothing else.  Und'-r tho I'licuiiistaiices I think it  belli1! 101 mi1 nut lo do anything Unit  will   lower   me   Iu  jour   estimation.  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Co.,  Limited.  REVELSTOKE, B. O.  i  A   cl ������-iiilii(it-i'.  Mother���������Johnny, on .\oiir way home  from school slop at the stoie and get  me n stlik of candy and a bar of soap.  Father���������What do you want of a stick  of caiirly? Mother���������That's so he'll remember the soap.-  No  Cliuncc For  11 Im.  "Come on; have a game of poker!"  "I rlon't believe In games of chance."  "That    need    make    no    differenco.  Come on aud piny."  .Jim W.iidiipr h.iMjtaken .111 option  nn Mimc'I'oplai piopeities.  A PompaiiN has been lorniod^ at  Nfls-on lo Muik placer on Hall Clock-  11 'ar Ymir.  Tin1 nil! tInvest farineis buy the  -nlplialo ol 'cojiper hyc-pi\.(luct from  Tiail ^nieller.  J. h.iuder, touiicrly of Revelstoke,  ha-, been appointed electrician nt the  Silvci Cup mine.  \V. 11. Pool fc.i^sjii' intends forming  .1 joint eonipany to work the'Ilorsc-  Shoe at Tiout Lake.  1 The rros[icctor says the Gold Ri\er  Company piopose to Ilume Bull river  lo piospuct, it>> uhnniiel foi gold.  The ClilV mine, at Nelson) ha-, been  bonded' to Mes-sis. .Mooreliead, and  Marks of Portland, and Dr. Moirison,  of Nelson, for $20,000.  Siecle and I'.irlorsoii have , found  irold on Tonil Mountaiii. They tinced  tho lead 900 ft. It is IS inches to-I  ft. w ido. A. sampk; ran sf.j72.80 per  ton.  Mining in tin- pioiince i-. looking  up. Ameiicaii capilnliits ha\e made  a n impoilant deal iu the boundary  and Air. Stratlon, M. 10. of San l''rnn-  ciioUgliii.s ptirchnn'il the l'ingrei'groii[)  at Nelson for hir, piiiicipnU.  Thu C. P. It. is spending half a  million in development of anthracite  oo.il lields at IJnulV When the pro-  pniing plant is fully nii-talled the  U'<".t,[ivj|| ha\e a hard coal that will  be quite as excellent as the famous  Pen us) cvn uiu anthracite.  .1. A. D.niagli. manager for the  r-'iluont! 'I inwoi lens Mining Company,  hasMinck iho ledge with the ciosscut  tunnel lie has been (liiiiug on the  Sihei Dollar on jAloh.iwk Cicc-k. A--  11 io cios.-cut, bus not )('t been extend-  ctl thiough the oie-hoily its width and  chiuiicter aie not, knoun.   but  lhe in-  STRANGE AFFAIR  Engineer Goes Crazy", on His  A, ,' Engine. <> *    "  ^d&v^W-y-'1"' engineer of the Siocan  City freight traiiij began whistling for  brakes as ^ -he ' approached' Siocan  Junction.- The air was applied and  the train' stopped. The conductor  asked Hall why lie stopped and, replied by saying that he would get-the  ti.iin through faster than over a train'  went befoie.  The liii'iuaii jumped from the cab  and said rIall ������a& :ii laving' maniac,  and he had, been shoVellini: coal, into  the furnace like itiiy. The engineer  w.izi overpower ed nnil kept in the  eabooae until Nelson was reached. It  took four men to take him to the.*;-  policc station as he =tniggled soil es pern to ly.  An-Expert's Opinion.  A. Sharp M. K., mining e'.\-'p������ rt for  P. IJums A Co.. says : ���������'No free --old  camp of such 'ningiiitudi1 aa Poplar  Cieek has as yet, in tny opinion, been  discovered in Uriiish Colunibia.  Kor a camp in it: initial states the  alum ing to date i.-= leally excellent.  The formation i= schist intei.-ecteil  with (plait/ veins, j-ouie of the veins  aie very lai���������_'(', -i-vvriii that J --aw being  ns iv irk- as lil'tv feet. Free gold can bo  lianned on lhe stiidi"'.1 s'notting of all  of the plain,-.  '���������1'lie i|iic.-iion ir. i\i!l" the value--  contiiii.il> .it ill-pin ' .aid thi-1 ���������picrv  can only be nn-iu-n <l by. ik '.������������������'.opiiu-nt  woik. ' At tin pi'-i'in time tne indication*- an' nil i.ivoiii'de toivaid a  CoiitiiiU.ini i' of value-, at fjepth.  "About 000 ])i-(i-pi_i-tor- art at work-  in the district, ,n.<i in the aggregate a  large amount of ni>ik ivijl be performed this .siininipr. The unfurtuiiate  litigation ovei the I.ucky Jack property ia a drawback^ in tbt,- pro-perity  of Poplar city ju-t at this time, because the number of men employed  close to the town i-  therein- leduced.*'  J. Andeiaon h,ia li.cn appointed  road.naster on lhe -vctiou uf the-  Mountain and Shu-May divi-ion wt-at  of Ri'U-latoke. in pi,iie of It. Wat-  inoip, who K- kasiiii: owing to ill  health'. THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  If you think you   would like  to start , <  TAKING   PHOTOGRAPHS  just,call and see the variety <of  KODAKS  CAMERAS  fur market shows an improvement,  martin being quoted at a, rise'of 10  per cent, and henver_being the samc.as  in January lust,, according to cable  ad-ice:- fiom. Mr. Wells" /London  coi-ri'.-pondeilts.  CANADA DRUG &  ���������,   BOOK CO.  They keep   all' the   necessary  ��������� supplies and chemicals.  , r i  ���������   Call, or send a post card'for  Catalogue.   '  Business Locals.  , <   . . B0RN.f  '' ' '  Tni.-itY���������On'Mune 17th; at' He'velstoke.  '        lo'.Mr. and! MrA'',pl'l'.V,'-i ������on.     ,  ���������  Al.MiTi:���������'-in J.'nne -Jllrd,   to    Mr.   and  .,, i -Mi'-.'C.-A. Marie, a daughter.  .McPin:i:-.i)N���������At Trout, Lake, on 17th  Aii-t , to Mr. and   Mrs.   llugli   Mc-  PI'cr-on, a dam-liter.  ���������  Local and General.  Kami nips projuWs to go' in for ac  fiower.igc system.     * _���������  ' 'Hiiilding permits in Winnipeg-will  reach $1.0,000,000 rhi- year.  , At a publicMiiet ling af'Enderl y it  was resolved to incorporate the town.  Kossland'propo-i- to increase saloon  licences, to $10011 and ' lor hotels .to  SfoOO. '   ' V,     . A  'I. XV. Bain.,' li,i*s' purchased' three  lots on Sixth St. and intends building  -thereon.' k ���������        > ,_   -  t. A frost, was experienced yesterday  morning''.which' did considerable  damage to the potato crop.     '  Tlie Kvs.-il ilid police have' deter-  - mined -lo prosecute' tobacco dealers  selling tobacco or cigarettes to boys. -  8.' Ncedhani.' ii ..is going .largely  into " poultry having put 'in two in-  cubtiois and a. brooder.. He keeps  300 fowls.  At the meeting of the Lumber Association at Nel=on,'it was decided to  make no change in prices of lumber,  and that lumber be graded.-   ���������  -The   citv   council    have   ordered a  *��������� '  tank capable of holding 7,i,000 gallons  ���������for the new ie������er\oii and  are  arrang-r  -   i  with the C. P. It.  about, nutting  siniil.it tank to irive the city an ample <  supply of water in case of fire.  The lesuletit'o of li. A. B iiirue, had '  a narrow e=cape the other night, tnei  being di-covercl in a l>i_'il room/ It,  was di-coveu-d betore doing much j  damage and thi1 h -s. which was -mall.'  was promptly sttthd by the Revel-���������  stoke fnsuianct- Agency.  In a: other column will be found an ,  adveitiscment calling on election oi ai  member of' the  -chool   ti tistee boaid.!  rendeiwl vacant by the  lesignation oij  J.    \V.    Bennett.       The   nomination!  iake-    place   on   July    2nd   and   the I  election', if any. on Julv Oth. '        i  P. B. Wells reiioit-   furs   coming in ''  I  well from Canoe Kivci country.      I lie ,  Read C. B. Hume &  Co.'s  advt.  on  lirst page of this issue.  ' Travellers   visiting  Revelstoke will  find   the   best   accomodation at   the  Central Hotel, Abrahamson  Bros.  Take your wheel fqr- repairs to W.  A. Sinvthe, back of R. M. Smythe'u  stoic.   ' '' '  Revelstoke and Trout Lake city  lots for sale.,, 11. X.' Coursier.  Stock food, condition powders and  all horse and cattle remedies for sale  at Canada Drug it Book Co. ������������������? ,  Fresh stiawberries and   fruits  daily  at Bourne"Bros.' ���������        , l  -When you' conic to 'Revelstokehail  the Ccntial Motel bus to, take you to  a good hotel. Abrahamson 'Bros.  Props.  ���������  ,'IJ. C. McLaren!' Ivaniloops,-13. C,  carries the largest and most complete  stock of harness,'saddles and all goods  pertaining, to ,the trade,'in the p'ro-  \'ince'of British Columbia. Write for  pi ices and catalogue. _ , .  i W. A. Sir.ythe is doing a good  business ������.ith, the Cleveland bicycle  for which he is agent for," Revelstoke.  He also undertakes all kinds of  bicycle repaiis. . ,    (   ���������     <  ���������Souvenir pictures and post cards,  and hundred- to choose from at Cui-  adn Drug it Book Co. ���������-  One of the best garden ranches in  the disti ict is advertised for sale.  J. Usher, lormerly with J. B. Cress-  man, has started a tailoring business  on Front Sueet.,",   ���������  lee Ci earn Sodas���������In'cool weather  a'warm stoic ; in hot weather a cool  stoic at Bews.  The Colonial Loan and Investment  Company, ot Toronto, have"appointed  tho Kevolatoko Insurance Agency'as  their agent-, for this' city and.vicinity.  The Colonial is again in tho field for  business.      ,''    i,  Fountain    pens,   largest   stock   in  town, all prices,  at   Red   Cross. Diug  Store.'   "''<"''"        *,.���������    A  '   Full siipiilv  of, bicvele fittings and  tyres at W. A. Smyth's, bellincl^RriM.  Smythe's store -1""-*"'  ,���������     ��������� '  , When you want,a new  book  go  to  Canada Drug'.iV Book  Co.     They  get  'all the neiv ones as soon us published.  A line assortment of linen horse  sheets, lly nets, coolers and sweaters  and all turf goods, race saddles,  gii ths, bits, bandages, etc.. at D. C.  McL.uen's. Kamloops. B. C.  There'is a rirst-class opening for a  store at, Mara. ���������  A lost brqoch is advertised for.  Hammock���������ail sizes���������all   prices���������  at Bed Cross Drugstore.  LO?"T���������Between the  po-t  otlice  and  foot of tho   hill   on   Douglas   **l..   -i  guld   iucket   with   initial   engraved  tht"-ei>n.    Finder will  p!ea=e return  to xootevay >iAir. oiiice.  ,     Enos Fruit,.--"alt. Citratuof M-agnes'.a,  ; Eltervescing Pho-phato of Soda���������>uii  ueed these for -umrner healtn.    Large  fresh stock at Keil   Cross   Drug Store i  Ii. H. Trtieman -vi'l penally vieit J happy couple left in the atternoqn  our Revelstoke. Studio  Tuesd.iv, Wed  nestlay   and   Thursday   nex:.    Don't!    The   '"triage  he  d���������te-,   at-:!!,  20th   and  hie-   a*,  Bev.--*   D:ug  u-cful rn-tunnon? i  ja:e-c tlnn'_' m  -ouvenir.-  iui pla:e.    They are the  a Colored  ���������4*f  litc.iusc they  -}><autiful -pot  Tliey   are   jth<  and  -will   not  number  are   view-   of   the  most  ��������� in and around the city  ��������� tographed   on   celluloid  fink-.     Only  a   limited  in  s-tock, -.o come along .-.oon.  none .--o good in  There arc  SEE OUR WINDOW.  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  J. A. BUCKIIAM.  overlook  30th.  Souvenir no  St"l>'.  One of trie n  of today proiiii-i- to Ic; The  Diabetic,  In-titute   of   London,   e-tanli-heil   for1  scientific   research   into   the   origin, j  cait-e and  tu-atment of Diabete- nndi  the  si condary sjinptom-: gout, rln-ii-  matism, carbuncle-, ft'*.     Hardly any  di-ea-c i- ;o lirtl"   under-ro'.'l. and   at  tiie same time so m-idiou-1 and dangcr-  tiii-i  a-   Diibete-. which, according   to  in'"  h-rn  autlioi-itii  place during that gentleinan'sabsence  on his honeymoon trip.  ' '    .  Miss Ruth Valentine, of the Canada  Drug and Book Co,. is visiting at  Trout Lake.' ,    A,   ..  Mrs. Frank K. Shipley left 'this  morning to spend a few weeks ��������� holiday in Eholt. i,i  Mrs.'E. H. Lewis and children left  this morning on'a months visit to her  mother in Trail.      ���������      ���������    ' "  "  The annual garden party in connection with the Presbyterian church  will be held on August, 18th.  Miss Lillio Valentine,^ of 'Trout  Lake, has .returned home after an  enjoyable visit with friends here.  John Joseph' Hogan,..of Charlotte-  town, P.' E.'I., is visiting Revelstoke  and is, the, guest of R. McICinnon.  Mr.']Cornell, of C. 13. Ilume & Co.,  leaves' next week 'for a month's  vacation among friends in Ontario.  J,  Mr. Bly'the has returned to Revel  stoke, having spc-nt some months at  the coast.'where ho reports business  dull.    '*   ~ 'r>        'V,  ��������� T. More, of the O. P. R. despatched  office," has been promoted to Vancouver, , for which point r he leaves  shortly. r    i ���������>'  -  Mrs. Barker, wife of' Mr. Barker,  chief train despatcher at Revelstoke,'  has gone on a visit to her( mother,  Mrs. Brewster, Fairview. ,,      ,f  Miss Smith intends taking a, two  months course.at the Normal school,'  and Miss M. Adair will fill the vacancy  in the teaching stall' during her absence. , ' ' '"  - Dr. Procter, of Kamloops, has gone  on an extended holiday which he will  spend in England. It'is his intention  to take special courses' in hospital  work in soine'of the large Europe, n  institutions. ' p'  , J. E.'Lovering, formerly of Revel;  stoke,'who.has been principal of the  Sandon school for" the past tlnee  years, has resigned to go into the  Methodist ministry and will (be  stationed at Ymir.   ���������   ' ,      ���������       -  -  The niarriagc was celebrated thi-*:  morning by Rev". XV. C. Calder of 1\  Glea/er, mining recorder at ,Ymir .and  editor of the Ymir Herald, with Miss  Surah McDonald,   who   arrived  from  --' n ���������     -        ^      ���������   *t  ���������'��������� '  Vancouver on this mornings train. -  ' On Sunday last XV. 11. 'Kumphiies  was^prescnted hy St. Peters Sunday  school ' with a "prayer-book on. the  occasion of his leaving for 'Okanagan.  During his- residence - in -Revelstoke  'Mr. Humphries has given valuable  assistance at all entertainments, and  has been "one of the most popul.ir  young men ot the city.      , .  ,f. W. Bennett has been ottered and  accepted a responsible position -in  connection with the Silver Cup Mine-,  and has left for Ferguson to enter on  his new duties. Mr. Bennett Iia- ie-  -igned his po-ition on the board, nf  school trustee*, a position in which  lie has rendered excellent service to  fhepity. Mis. Bennett and family  will remain in Revelstoke.  Line of the most fashionable weddings held in the city .of Winnipeg  took place Wednesday, when 'the  marriage of J. R. Beiison,k accountant  of the Trout Lake branch - of the Imperial Bank.-with Miss Ida Yasser,  niec- of Win McfCeir/.ie, .of Toronto,  took place at St. Mary'? church.    The  for  British Columbia.  The marriage . of W. \V. Foster,  as-.ista.nt to Supt.' Ivilpatrick,������w ith  Mi-s Stewart, wa.- fixed for today at  the- rc-idence of Mr. Forbes, of Salmon  Arm. brother-in-law of the b.-ide.  The happy couple have been the recipient-: of haiul-ome presents.' Both  have many warm friends in Revelstoke   who   will   join   us  in   eitcnd-  1 ing   best   wishes   to   Mr.   cand   Mrs.  j Ko'-tcr for u lon>:  aikI   happy  wedded  ���������life.    '  i     (in Tuesday morning at Vancouver  ' Mi,--i F.thel L.idncr, daughter   of   li"-,,  ! C. Lad nor, form-rlv o: rhi-<  city,    ui.  I united in ni.irri.n.'C to M. P. Crawfon;  CITY COUNCIL.  Fresh Tenders to be   Called  for Water Works.  A special meeting was held last  night' at which tenders for water  works extension were opened. Aewill  bo seen ,by the following resolutions,  none of them were considered satis-  fnctoryr being much higher than the,  appropriation for that purpose would  warrant.      ' ' <  After considerable discussion it'was  moved by Aid. McCurtcr, seconded by  Aid. Foote : That none of the tenders  for ditching be accepted, nnd that all  checks be returned to the tenderers!���������  Carried.    . ,   c'  ��������� Moved by Aid. McCurtcr, seconded  hy Alderman Field : That tho specifications for.water pipe line, clearing,  ditching, etc., be referred to the" Fire,  Water and Ligllt' Committee for revision, that fresh tenders be. called for  on the ��������� revised specifications,'and  tlvt a copy thereof be forwarded to  Mr. Orchard, of the Canadian "Pipe  Co., with' a ^request for a tender.���������_  Carried. '        <   ,-'    '    ��������� '���������'" '  'Council adjourned1 till' Thursday  evening.     '       t ���������.��������� '   '  CHURCHES.    .   Jn '.  - .. Mii'niouiST. r,  'Subjects for tomorrow : -.'a. m., "A  Joy Worth Having! ' p. in'., "The mat  that the'World Needs."  Rev. C. II. M.,Sutherland, the new  pastor of tho Methodist church here,  is drawing large ���������congregations. The  musical service nn Sunday evening  was p'.uticuhiriy good. ' A duet was  sung by Mcsdames Cr'eelniu'n and  Dent and an anthem in which Mrs.  Bews sung the solo part. , , '���������    '  ������������������" ST.'IT.TIUiS.-^    6  '���������'Fourth Sunday after Trinity, celebration of Holy Communion nt S a.  in.; Mai ins and  song at 7.30' p. in.  lector. ( '     '  Sunday'School 'at,'2 80 p. in.  Litany at ll: even-  '"  Sermon   by    tho  WANTED  WAXTlSn���������MILL M15N anil CAR-  .PUNTKHW.    Biir Mend Luiiibei  Co.,-Ltd.. Arrow li-ad. R..O.     -  ,, AXTED���������A large fin  'V r.-      Al.-iil  VV    .���������Koolenay,  Com pa iiv, R'-vel-ioke.  ��������� priioi' s.-tt'tv  Piibli-hing  WANTED-TWISLVI"* First Cl.is-  .'lARPHNTKR.S. eight, iiiimth-'  vmii k, w.igi���������   I0e.   p--i-hour.    Apply .J.  Ki'-I llai'llilll,   Re\ cl-loke.   ,  WANTED���������A  BOYlo make hiin-  ���������.-It g..iii-1-ilIv u-i'l'iil.--Apply to  ICootknay' Mail Onice.  w  ANTED :' m I 0001) MION to  uoi'k nn iinil an,.ui, ine>. must  beablt-lo i ide |..^'-, wage- j-Soll (10 per  monlhiind board. Apply: Yale C'oliiin-  Jjjia Liiinber Coiiipanv, Liiniletl. Na-  kusp.  B. U. t  w  VXTEL)  ���������A  POSITION  i-C  iok,  >ILnu-  ji n.iid    or    Hon-  ���������kei  per.  Addn  ���������5;  Vir  _r 1111  i .7.  Lamb.  Box  Il.*i,  Oio-s  ield, X  \V.  T.  NOTICE.  bi tho ni.aterorTirOMAb DOWN'I B.doco.i-od.  and iu Uh- in:itti-i* ul0lho Ullioi.il Admim-,-  tnltur-' Acl.  X*OTI('i: IS HKREHY GIVKX, tluil Iiv milur  -^ of III- Hiuior .1. A. Fonii, Local .JihU-i',  tinted the lilli dav or.Iiinc, 1001, Ciuomu Smith  .Md'artnr. Olliuial Adiuiiii-li.ilnr lor'thal imrl  nf ICooion.iv Conntv compri-od vi-ithiii tho  Rovel-nike r.li-ctorial l)i-ti ict. Im- Iicimi Knimud  lctt(-r- nf .-idiiiiin-ti.itioii. In adiniiii-lui all nnd  -uiKiilar tho estntcofTiioiiia- Uownio.duooa-i'd.  inlo-tato  AN'J) FCHTILI'I' TAKK NOT 11'K lhal all  ITjALMS iipdii tin1 -aid o-l.-ilo mii-t liu ���������������������������jiil ill lo  the-aid AilniiiiL-lr.itiM, at, hi- ollice, liii|iorial  Hank Block. Hoii-1-loki-. II. I,1.. within :������> d.iy-  rroin th-s dale hereof, nfler which time all proceed- will ���������lie dt-iriliiiti'd ainoni- the parlie-  lav-fnlly therunnlo enlirU'd.  UKOltni-: SMITH .McCAIiTi:H.  .                              Ollieial Adiiniii-trator.  Dated the 1,'itli dav of .Ji  Ifllll.  WAH   CHUNG,  General Store and  Restaurant Keeper  A Prime Stock of (Iroceries,  ���������nut,  !'etnbles.  '���������"I C. P. P.. I'nsineer of lievel-itoke.     'I'll  the   highen  euralih1 after all. when treated in time, j <;ereiiiony vva-   performed   at tlie I  It  liuere-ted   write   to    the   Diabetic [ denre of the bride'- .-i,ter.    Mr*.  .1  Institute, St. Dun-tan'- Hill, London  E.G., for free information.  e-|r  . A.  Social & Personal.  Mrs. J. Lyons ib paying an extended  visit to Winnipeg.  Mrs. G. Sutherland has gone to the  coast for two months.  Mr. and Mrs. Haklry have moved  from Revelstoke to Kamloops.  Mrs. E. Edwards has gone On a  lengthened visit to Tacoma.  Mrs. .1. Palmer has one of the best  window gardening effects in the  city.  A. E. Hagger, of the engineering  department, is acting in Mr.   Foster's  ' McKay. Miis May Kyler, of Chilli-  | vvack, attended the bride, while \V, II,  j Ludner vva- l>e������t man.' The happy  , couple left for Victoria on their  wedding tour. '  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures %n% Put In.  MEALS  AT  ALL  HOURS  Try nni  Iced Soda-, lee Cream, Strnw-  ben'n- and Cream,     Can't In:  bealen in the City.  FRONT ST., REVELTT0KE.  C.J.WILKS  MACHINIST &  BLACKSMITH  Second Street, Revelstoke  All KiniU (If .lobbing Work Done.  Hewing Machines and I'.icycles Cleaned  and  Repaired.  Keys litted on the Shortest Notice.  KEEPKOOL  By putting on\Screeii Doors'and  Screen Windows.  We have them at' prices  within  the' reach  of  all.  ,r    -\'       ���������     Wc also have a good ,stock   of  Ilcfrigerators,,_Ice  ��������� Cicam Freezers���������and if you do  not want to.have a  ,r       liot kitchen ii.se a Coal Oil Stoye, from-$1.00 tip.'  DON'T FORGET ,,;. '���������' <;' '':"v 'a  r    Wc also have a first, class  stock of  Lawn   Mowers',  '    ; Grass Shears, (liirden llosoiind Sprays.,''  W. M: LAWRENCE  Foil Ai.L'ICixiifi oi'Mahhwakk: ���������*      A  Get  Your  Spring Suit  y������ ���������;'.:'     Union-Made at  M.:.'A.'vWils6n,  'McKENZIH AVENUE,'  Fashionable  Tailor.   .;  NEXT TAYLOR BLOCK. A,  '������������������J  M  'V!'l  ���������it  M  1  '" CSi r/,*l  '  " ill  ***1  >. 'J  ���������Al  The only place in town you can  tret- it.  OUR NEW  Wall Papers  -Ari: Oi'iPViFoi't  You it I.vsi'i'cno.N".  17UOM 'liich   (/(iloriiiKs   in    ITnll   ,i"<l  t     'l      l?(i(inri)i!-.ii!ii-. I"  D.iintv ("liaiiilmr  ICIlucI-:   om   Stock-   .ind   Prices ".liiinld  ' meet llio  ino-t uxnctini; io(|iiii(aii(iiils.    -  <- < '  R. Howson & Co.,  Furniture Dealers.  Picture FpamltiK.  ,   ,   Undertakers & Embalmei's.  Job  Neatly and������;:Tjle;Kootenayr  Expeditiously A "  Executed at  Mail Office.  Tliey ape Fipe Ppoof!  BABBIT YOUR  BRAKINGS  WITH  i"  CANADA METAL GO'S. Babbitt  P. BURNS & CO.  ,  Wholesale and Retail  ��������� .,:..'.   Meat Merchants  Head'Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:    ' :  ' '    V  "-^^s^Calgary, Alberta  ornson  Ciias., Sam Woe  |SiiC4iti>i������-nr U\ Dr. < "in iy-|  Dentist  ���������  Gold Crpwn and Bridge  Work a Speciality.  Dental Parlors over Bew's  Drug Store,  MACKENZIE AVE.  WASHING, LAUNDRY  u  CONTRACTOR  ABOR  .   FROST STREET  (Opposite Joss House,.Golil Hill Hotel  .Building.  r. 0. O. F  Opposite  Siilvhtion Army  FIRST ST.  An open installation of ofiicers  of Selkirk Lodge No. 12 and Revelstoke Lodge No. 25, I. O. O. F., will  lie held in Selkirk Hull on July  .r>th at 8 p. m. All sojourning  brotliers and.their ladies are cordially invited to attend. Dancing.  JAS. JAMISON,  Secretary.  J. THORNTON,  Painter, Paperhanger  and Sign Writer.  Eslinmlo- (riven fur nil kindi (if house iiaintinp.  Orders for PaiiorliiiiiKin-; unci KiilMimiuin-; will  receive prompt .-ittention.  ADDRESS : P. O. BOX 2T>2, or   "  SECOND ST., Behind C. P. R. Shops.  Order* left at J. W. Dennett's will bo  promptly intended to.  A. E. BOAK  has opened in the Cowan   Block  tlie  best iiiiUvt'S of silverware'and cutlery.  Agent for Raymond Sewing Machines  Pianos nnd Organs sold or excliariKud  THIRD STREET,      - -      REVELSTOKB  il'I  i|;-/   |iil-JUrA(JJf[

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