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 4/, ^.7'^,^  ^6<ia.  'v^-t-,.^  Vol. 4.���������No. 5.  REVELSTOKE, AVEST KOOTEXAY,  B.C., MAY, 22, 189,  $2.00 a Yean  TUF     PTTRT TP     UFATTH Queen's Birthday Celebration  MENACED BY INDISCRIMINATE  IMMIGRATION TO THIS COUNTRY.  The Provincial Board of Health Should  Adopt More Stringent Measures, to  Pevent the Introduction of Disease  ---Some System of Inspection Re-  ' quii;ed at the Boundary.  Q  The attention nf tho provincial health  authorities  is   directed,, to   the   great  numbers, i>l people,   of all, classes'anil  conditions, who .-n e Hocking  into  I his  country.     These   people   are   coining  from the four coriicr.sO.if the earth, and  the stream til' foi tunc seekers eont.-iins  vciy many from the poorer sections of  the crowded'centres  of population   in  the cast-   Amongst such a* the.-c there  are-sure   to   lie   sonic   from   infected  , districts   who   .-up   almost   certain   to  "carry about their person or effects the  germs of .-oiiie deadly disease  peculiar  to the slums of  large 'cities.    It is  to  t hese people that, the  Mail desires  to  atliacfc the attention of the  provincial  lio.-ud.    Some system of quarantine or  inspect ion should be established at the  provincial boundary line to  guard, 'as  fartiis possible, against the introduction'  of infectious   or ' contagious diseases;  for once introduced there is very great  danger of their becoming ' epidemic  in  which event the province, would suffer  incalculable injury.    The small   inland  towns, through which tins  emigration,  is   fili.cring,  are,   as   yet,   bin, > poorly  equipped to cope with an  outbreak  of  t liis kind and it. is tin* duty of the  pr'o-  \ inrial'uulhorities to immediately take  every reasonable   precaution   to insure  tlicin agnin-l .such a dread visitation.  ������  Tho Donald base-ball team  finds'  itself  uliable   through) a   prior   engagement to'accept   the   challenge   of   the  local team for  Monday  next���������Queen's  birthday.    The' Revelstoke team , were  not to be done ou<! of   a   match,   however, and immediately sent a challenge  by wire to the Kamloops club which is  a \e.vy strung one.   'The challenge' was  given on   too   short' a   notice   to   be  accepted and the inland   capital   team  will not be able   to   come   up   for   the  day.    The local' ball players   will   now  arrange two picked  teams   representative the upper and  lower   towns,   and  will put up a good  game   worth   look  ing at.    They will also hold   sports   in  the evening 'and   put   up   substantial  prizes   for   competition.        Everybody  turn out and celebiate.  -    In the evening the ladies' inteiested  in the   Kindergarten "movement   have  arranged    for . a    splendid     _ concert  programme and tea, at Peterson's Hall.  The tea will   be 'served   from   6   to   S  p.m. and is guaranteed of the best, and  the concert,' numbers ..will   follow.     A  feature of the.   entertainment   will   be  the presence of  the' Revelstoke   Brass  Band.     ��������� .  No Cause for Alarm.  "With'regard to the diphtheria  cases  i:i{ town the .Mail   has   been   a-ked   by  ���������  some to say'iiothing about   it.    This is  not fair to the public  and ,it  is. better  that    the    tiutb   should   he   known   at  'once'than that, it should he curried ,by  irresponsible,   people   ail   around    the  coti.-itry .4nd made   more-of -than-per-"  baps     the     occa-ioii     requires.   ' The  ' doctors agree thai the diphtheria  was  introduced here but la-l week and   the  known cases are LuL t wo) both of which  were in the one  hqu.-e.    This   house  is  strictly     watched     and      stringently  quarantined   as   is   also   another    on  Douglas Street, although   the  sickness  there i-not  known   to   Ik-  diphtheria.  13very'  precaution   i-   being   taken   to  guard against the spread of the disease  and there is  no   real   cause   of   alarm.  The people want   to  help  the  medical  officer   in'    taking    every     precaution  against infection by clearing   up  their  yaid.i and   premises,   and   the   whole  thing will be  of   the   past,   in   a   little  while.   There   is   no   cause   of' alarm  other than   carefulness.    The  medical  health ollicer has received  a   telegram  I' rotu, thev. secretary  of  the   Provincial  I loan! of   Ileal! h advising   him   to  Use*  every   precaution,   spare   no   expense  and lluit, anti-toxine will be  forwarded  i ight, avvav.  Locations Recently Recorded.    -  May 17, Primrose,   Win.   Whitmore,  MayG.  xMay 17, Black Bess,  J.  D.   Graham,  May (J.  May 21, Morning View,' D.   J.   Star-  wold and M. W. Starwold, May 15.  May 21, A Jock, (J: W. Thompson  and S. J. Bate, May 15.      ,       ,     ''������  May 21, White Bear, .J..T. Murphy  and D. J. Starwold, May JO.      '>   ,'  May 21, Hoht. liowe, ,S. ,1. Bates and'  Geo Thompson, May 10/  May 21, lied; Owl', M.' W. Starwold  and S. .J   Bates, M.iy'l7.  'May    21,   Black   'Diamond,   G. , W.  Thompson and .1. 10. Hales, May 17.  The Primrose and Black Boss are'  about one niili' up (James creek, Big'  Bend, and the balance, on and near  Axolex creek about 15 miles south of  here.  SOUTHERN KOOTENAY.  Happenings of Interest Amongst its'  Various Camps.  '-   TltAIL CItKKIC.  ' I, '  The Monte Christo will soon make a  trial shipment of ore.  The CliiF will resume shipments at  an early date. , r  Thedtifton   the   Monte   Christo   is'  still in solid (ire of very fair grade.  The White  Bear crosscut  continues  in ore of a mixed charactei.  "        i  The Pug mine bus ordered a ,4-drill  compressor plant.  P.'A. Largey, president of the Centre  Stai; Co. says they have made up their  minds lo build a .smelter at. once.        ������������������  The Montana says 13. W. Lilligran  has the largest' vein in Trail'Creek district.      ' '  The winze on the Jumbo is showing  up lots of tellni-ide ore.   . ,   '  The location of the Le Roi smelter is  occasioning, considerable commotion  in Rossland and,Trail.   ,'    v  sr.ooAX.'  The 'final pay men t on "the Montezuma was 'made last Thursday 'week  on an arial train from the Lucky Jim  to the K. <So S. R'y will he' begun next  week. ' '       ��������� -    .  "A large nuinbei of men have been  put on at the Crusader.  The force on the Wakefield will be  increased to 30 men this month, and a  concentrator may go up soon.  Work on' the Curric is progressing  favorably,'aud the shaft is down'200  feet. The font-drill compressor is being put into position and   the  force   is  soon to be'increased to 50 men.  ].  Work has been stopped on the Bond-'  bolder group foi- a time till snow melts  tin the Lone Star.  The ledge on the Sultana was struck  recently.  CANOE RIVER COUNTRY.  A Trappers Catch and Weather Diary  of a Winter There.       ���������.   ���������  Messrs.   Ii.   A.   Bla'ckmore    and   J.  Jackson,   who   have    been ��������� trapping  through   the    winter   months   in   the  Canoe river, have'just returned with a  fine bundle of furs containing 71   marten, 50 beaver, -1 lynx, i) coyote,-.'5  red  fox, 4 wolverine, 2 'otter,' 1   fisher and  3 bear.    They left here September Kith  last year, and went up the Canoe River  valley for 50 miles, or from'Revelstoke  about 140 miles.     They' tell  some, fine  stories of the country and are  loud   in  its   praise.      They   found   two,, other  while men trapping and  aboi.u 17 In-,  dians wintering  there.    A  camp  was,  formed  on   the  lake shore near a hot  springs of great heat, and mineial qti.il-  ty.      It is s-i hot,   said Jackson, ;that  it will cook a fish well, in   t wentv minutes, it is pleasant, to the taste and-altogether a  vvondeiiul  body of water,  being as big as the stream  whit h supplies the waterworks here.     I   have a  sample of it here'that I am sending for  analysis to Dr. Dawson at. Ottawa.  ,, Blackuiore also kept a diary  of  the  weather that contains some  veiy  interesting and useful data.'  From  it it  is gathered that in October the  mean  temperature was 29 degrees above zero,  the maximum   point being 37 degrees  on the 2nd, the minimum  <S degrees on  the 27th.     Generally 'this  month was  cloudy and wet with about 12 fair days  and no snow.     In November the mean  temperatuie was 8 degiees above- and'  the total snow  fall,2S  inches.     There  occurred the heaviest, snowfall  of  the  season^ viz:  11 inches on the 13th  and  9A on t he next. day.    The iirst half was  above, the last below zero about 15 degrees.    In December the' leinpeiature  rose again, being above zero 22degrces  Local and Person'al Briefs.  School took a week's vacation today.  Rev. Peter Scott arrived Tuesday.  Ser County Court notice, June 3rd.  ii "  , Dr.   Corsan,   of   Trail was  in   town  yesterday.  Did you see the'horse   racer5    Yes,  such as it was. ������  J. Bourgeois with six men have, left  to   inake a trail up Carnes Creek. ,  Cold .Storage'for Revelstoke; what  about the freight rates.' '  J.   D.  Graham   went   to   Trout   Lake  yesterday, and will return .Monday.  Ed. Adair and A. A. Clarice returned yesterday fioui a tiip in Lardeau.  Lieutenant-Governor Dewdney pass  ed through' thss'morning going east.  J'. J. Foley, of Arrowhead, was in  own this week.  ���������DESPICABLE,,  TACTICS.  THE ' NELSON TRIBUNE'S SMALL-  ' S0ULED EFFORT  To Prejudically Affect the Big  Bend  ' District -Nothing-,    in      Nasoh's  Article   to ��������� Justify its Comments  , Thereon���������The   Leopard   has   not  '   Changed its Spots.  Geo. Laforme returned from Calgary  Thursday. J-Iis- pack train will bo  here soon.'  The, Ilorne-Payne manager at  Laurie, Geo.'1 Brookes, was in town  Thursday. ,   ���������   '        '  C. E. Ferguson, of Vancouver,- representing Erbsloh's outfit, was here  this week-aud went south. '   ,  Strike on Carnes.Creek.  The welcome news was brought  down Monday by William Whitmore,  from Carnes Creek.'that the Carnes  Clock Consolidated Company's crew  had struck a splendid ore chute'a few  days before. The strike is One of three  feet of clean ore,' of the same character  as before discovered, and specimens  show it to he of apparently rich grade.  Assays have not yet been obtained as  I he secretary, I. T, Brewster, left, immediately for C.i i lies Creek on receipt  of the news. The company will probably test tlie ore-chute at once and  open it up as far as possible. I3very  one hopes, and with cause, tint this  group ol'claiins niny turn out. well. So  far, and as far as can be learned, the  company are making an honest and  well directed ell'ort to prove tlicit  properly.  Echoes of>the Pt. Ellice Horror.  'Wednesday saw tlio conclusion" of  the iirst, ��������� of ��������� I be Point Ellice ��������� bridge  cases, tried in Vancouver. Chief  Justke Davie addressed the jiuy for  three-quarters of an hour and put. the  following questions to them to decide,:  , What was the immediate cause of  accident. ?  What the corporation'' blaineai le  for  such cause, and how I-1 ,   ,  Was the accident due to  the   act  or  negligence on Ihe part of the   railway,  company?     If so, describe such   attoi  negligence.  The .jury replied as follows :  The breaking of the hanger was   the  immediate  cause    of   accident?1"  The  corporation ot' Victoria was  blaiiieable  for the cause.       Having been aware of  the bad condition  of  the  bridge  they  'made repairs which were notsul'iicicnt-  ly well done  to  strengthen  the  structure.    In the jury's opinion it was the  duty of tile city   of  Vict.oiia   to 'ascertain     I hi'   'carrying   rapacity   ol    the  bridge befoi eallowingsuch heavy cars  go  over   it.      They  gave  a verdict of  $10,000  against   the   city,     of   which  $7.00(1 went-to  the.  widow,   Mrs.   Gordon; $1,000 to the  eldest  child:   $1,5(X)  tn the youngest child and   .$500   to, the  step-son".  As far as the tiauiway company were  concerned the jury found   the car  not  overloaded,   and   found in fax orof the  tramway wit h costs.  Thi! case will go to appeal.  o , OliNISHAI,.   ���������    '  Lot Willey's new hotel at Bear Lake  has been burned.' He was burned out-  there about three yea is ago.  . - Kuslo player's are.practising lacrostfA  dailv.       i  Bad Faith or'Bad Management.,  The   Two   Friends   Mining  Co.,   of  Vancouver, have thrown up their bond  i p hi the properly of that name near  Slocan City, and in   expatiating   on   it,  the   Slocan    Pioneer heads an   article  with the title "DesperatojMiiiing Job."  T..e drift, of  the   Pioneer's  article  insinuates shady work, and local mining  men   express   regrels   (bat   the   company's operations   whether   from bad  faith or bad management,   caused   discredit to fall where it does  not belong.  The owners on  ho.ii ing   the  bond   was  oil'   look   up   posses-ion    immediately  and >vill< renew work on a   large   scale.  They   claim   to   be  still   due   |,he   iicll  proceeds ol ,S'I Ions of  ore,   which   has  been,   il,  is   claimed,   ret.lined   by   I he  ciimp.i iiy.  They Know a Good Thing.  Mr. Warburl'iti Pike, who got such  a sweeping and monopolistic ehurtoi  on C'assiar for the construction of a  narrow gauge railway 70 miles in  length, has transferred to Mr. Hiischel-  Cohcn, noting on behalf of the Transvaal Gold fields Ltd., of London. A  sur.vey of the line is to be made at  once, it is said, as the holders piobablv  teulize fully the gicat privileges given  to them. This iniquitous piece of  legislation came up for discussion in  the legislature towaids its close and  though several important, amendments  were made still there is enough left to  throw Cassiar into the hands of a big  eorj.ior.ition that will extract tribute  from every man who goes in theie.  John Kalou's depart mental 'stole in  Toroiitn.was totally destroyed by (bv  (in Thursday,'. The loss is about $250,-  OJU, and 300 people thrown out of work.  A Smashup at Greely Creek.  Tho impact of two freight engines  at Greely Creek, early last Monday  morning, icsultcd in ,i .smash-up and  some, injury to the ciews. The injuied  men weie. Lyttleiuid Glenn���������engineer  and fireman of the striking engine,  No. I0S. It was thought at Iirst thai  Lytlle was fatally hint, but he is now  out of danger. Glenn's was a scalp  wound, and fioiii what, is learned of  the collision it fortunate I hey got, oil"  so well. ...The other engine was  No. 5:11,with K. Clutlerbuck as driver.  Tim locomotives are being repaired at  Donald.. .,:'.  The Trail refinery is being rapidly  pushed forward. The' machinery is  nearly all in and will handle the entire  product of,the smelter, '    ,  Nelson has dropped out of the S.  Kootenay baseball league.  The Columbia is rising rapidly at  Trail. High water was reached theie  last year on Julv Stli.  r  Prospecting syndicates are being  formed in Trail Creek to prospect Big  Bend and Lardeau.  There is a complete change in the  management of the lion Mask, Rossland.  At a recent meeting of the War  EaglejL'ompfiny it was decided to call  on the old oliicers to remain till the  company disincorpoiated, which will  be about June 1st.  On Monday the' mem hers of the Rossland milling exchange moved 'to close,  and the inolion was carried by a vole  of21tolI. Some of the brokers who  voted   against    disiucorporation   will  open a new exchange.  ������ i  A new company to operate on Cariboo Creek is the Cariboo Creek &  Canadian Co,. It controls the Trio  group, about nine miles from Burton  Oily.  Still one body is left in the slide  which killed so many people recently  on the Red Mountain' Railway near  Rossland.  A rival to Burton City has appeared  in (' iriboo City, about half a mile south  of the former at Ihe mouth of  "Catiboo Cr.iek. Il has been pin chased  by Gen. Warren, of Butte, and others,  from Sam Walker, of Nakusp.  James Dawes was killed in the  hydraulic works on Forty-nine creek  near Nelson on Friday last.  J. A. Gilkeri- putting in a new post  oflicc at Nelson.  There is a big boom at Ytnir or  Quartz Creek, and it is filled with people looking for openings.  Mayor Scott, of Rossland, has wired  the GovcriimciHjiskiiigaii export duty  (.HI lire.  D. M. Linnard proposes to build a 10  ilium hotel at Kaslo.  Spokane plays baseball at Ivaslo on  Monday next with a Kaslo nine.  The Hall mines Isnmway has been  started up again.  The new O. P. II. steamer Slocan on  Slocan lake was launched last Wednesday.    There was a big crowd.  Xoble Five stock sold in a block of  10,000 shares at -15c. at Spokane recently.  on the average, and on the 10th iL was  32 degrees above.     The  hital snowfall  'in December was 13 inches.      *'     .    ,.   '  Like  the  previous   month  Jan.uary  was a warm one, and 'with   the.,exception of foiu days.fn'iin the. 21th u'i2Slh  never went below zero.,    Generally   il,  was cloudy with snow which  fell   to a  depth of JMuches'.     February'.-   temperatuie Lo the 22nd day   was. a   mean  of 20  degrees  above   when 'it   turned  cold for one day and  rose again   to  25'  degrees   above   for   the   rest,   of    the  month.    The.snow fall this mouth was  bntp7;}   inches.      March   was, a   most  variable' month,   alternating' greatly  between points above and below  zero,  between fair and'cloudy.    The balance  is greatly in favor of the higher points,  however, with clouds .tiiiLsnow. 'Snow  fell to a depth   of   11   inches   and   the  greatest degree of cold was 20-deg,ees  below   which   lasted   one  day.   .April  opened with rain and a high   temperature and fiom that on  no   more snow  fell  and  spiing came   well   in.     The  total snowfall for the five months was  73,f inches, and the mean   teinperatun  considerably above zero.  Why This Delay?  Time for two trips under the new  Big Bend mail contract, has gone by  and still nothing has been done to provide for a service. Is there no satisfaction to be got, is no attention lo  be paid te tin se requests ? "The Big  Bend has had kicks enough from  enemies and deserves all I he encoui-  agement in its new progress that can  lie given it. Mi: Unstuck might, ask  the question at Ottawa why this service called for tender beginning May  1st has not yet been let. If there's any  side inlluences at work the people want  to know it. and in fact ail the particulars.  Horne-Payiie's Latest Flotation.  A special to the lUmxIund Mi iter from  London, I3ng., says;---A new1 company  just registeied is the Sunshine Mines,  Limited.     The capital is ������300,000 in CI  shares, of which 50,000 are   prefer 'o  shaies. \, This company is connected  with the Lilloet Gold Fields (Ilorne-  Payne Company) and acquires among  other pioperties in the Lardeau dis-  districls the Silver Cup, Moonshine,  (probably Sunshiiu���������Ed,) Towscr, and  any adjoining claims (hat may be considered advisable. The directorate includes Hornc-Payne and lion. Forbes  George Vernon, agent general of  British Columbia.  Organizing the Yukon.  Prof. Nasou came dow'n * the ' trail  arriving yesterday.,, He has been delayed by high water.  Di. McKcchnie has sent  for and   is,  'expecting some diptheria   serum.      It  is hoped if/may not be required.'  ��������� P. McArthur, who was surveying  for the Dominion here last; summer,  went through to the Yukon yesterday.  Albert Stone is fixing up the Stockholm house in good shape, and will,  when his improvements are made,.have  considerable, more room.     " ;  The Sargeant case in the court here,  has-been adjourned .for eight days. It  is exciting a good deal of notice and  will disclose some interesting if not  peculiar evidence at next hearing. ' -,  H. N.' Coursier, our' rustling  merchant;' went to Trail on, Monday on  a business .trip.1' He will visit. Rossland, Nelson and . other places ' before  ret urn ing. ' '     "  ���������     *  E. L.- Kimnan liiav do something  strange, at any time.- lie has bought  .two-lots on 2nd street near the court  house site and some say he is drawing  plans for a cottage home.    ,i-  "  Tom Edwards has got the domestic  fever too. He has purchased two lots  on the hill and has let a contract for a  81050 residence. Will i Abrahumson  has the contract.  Seneca G. Kelchuin, the well-known  printer poet, etc., is now constable at  Nelson. Thet'e is a fitness in the idea  of a constable with the name of  Ketchuni that is very commendable.  ' W. M. Laurence is the name of the  ne.w hardware man opening up in1 .Mc-  Carty's building, lie' ought 'to do  well as he. thoroughly understands the'  details of bis business. He will bring  his fumil}' here soon.  IV Todd-Lees was here for a few  days this week trying to form ii' local  diiectorate for the Birkbeck. The un-  fortunate land question was run up,  against but Mr. Lees will try to do  business here if possible.   .  Dr. Pentre.-ith, late of St. Mary's  hospital, Loudon, Eug., arrived bote  last week to assist Dr. McLean. 'At  present,'both will be found at the old  stand, but- it is their intention to put-  up it hospital soon with Dv. Pentreuth  in charge.  'John iSliogslroiri came in from  Albert Canyon yesterday. He has  35 acres in gulden stufl's this year and  has'7 or 8 men working., , John is a  rustler, and he will do a hind ollice  business at the Canyon this year. He  has also put in a store.  Hugh McPliersun lias, with his  family left for Trout. Lake. City, and  has, it, is said, accepted the resident  agency for the tovvnsitc. Hugh is a  i tisller for business and a business  man to his finger-tips, and will make  things hum1 in Trout Lake really. lie  intends erecting several new houses,  ollices, etc., very soon.  One of the most contemptible things '  seen in a public print, for' a  long   time  appears in the Nelson 'J'ribtuif ot .May,  15th.    Reprodtu iug an aiticle hy Prof.  Nason on Big   Bend   it  heads  it  with  this false statement :  "The illusions which romancers have  built up are dispelled by Franj-: C.  0. Nason.;'  There   is    nothing     in     the   attice  which     dispels1    any    illusions)     nor  is   there   any   romancing    of   wealth  sought to be( controverted   in   it  from  beginning to  end.      It  is  av colorless  write-up of a camp which, with the exception of an early placer  excitement,  is compaiatively  new and   now being  exploited by capital and labor.    Nason,  tries to be fair  throughout,   and sums  up with the opinion, t.hat'"a thorough  search in this section   will   meet   with  great success-."  The Tribune, however, ���������  does not try to   be  fair,  and the contemptible spirit of sectional jealousy  which has always animated it. appears  prominently in  its heading  and opening paragraphs.    How would it  be, for  this paper to, throw mud at Nelson and  it.s location; to say itnevei willainount  to anything, never control  any  trade;  to point out  that it .controls ,no Trail  Greek business,   which  is supplied   by  Rossland,   or Slocan   trade   held      by  Kaslo; lo say that it has  nothing   but  the little section .immediately  around  it for support, and that by its record is  not of much account ; to  show that its  principal mine "never  paid  dividends,,  etc.?   This will not be done,   however,  let it be the part of some one.   with  as  much  meniless as tin; Tribune.,  There is a splendid   mineral   country "  in Big Bend,  and  if  it" conies  to   the  front so much the bet ter for the.  country!   The   Tribune's  ill-natured'spite  will not ail'eet it with those who know  the spirit of  th'it   sheet,   but  requires  correction lest those who  reading   the  first, paragraphs  of  this   article,���������the,  Tribune's preface���������should take a false,  idea and not, ventuie the ' whole write-  up which is long.     Outsiders, too", who  might conclude that the  papers of the  whole province would have  no feeling  but a provincial one, be actuated by no  "octional motive,   taking  pride   in   the  development of the country, deserve to  have the   matter explained   to   them.  Stiike on Carnes Greek.  I Don't Like You Any More.  The negotiations hcl ween Hon. Mr.  Bl.iirand President, Van Home have  been bioken off and ihe Crow's Nest  road may not be touched this year. It  is reported too that. Blair, has a big  scheme, on. for complel ing the line as a  government one  The Dominion government have evidently determined on a vigoious administrative policy in Hie Vukon  couutiy. Mr. Thomas Fawceil, Dominion topographical stuveyor, has been  appointed first regular gold commissioner in fhubcountiy and with a.staff  of assistants, numbering seven, has  started for his new field of labor. Mr.  Win. Ogilvie of the department, of interior, will start for home when Mr.  Fawcett anives at his desi iuation, |���������,|,  other eastern oflii ials will eo up shortly to engage in other de| artiueiilal  work. 'Among those will be..a few surveyors whom the government proposes  sending out to make a survey of t he  feasible waterwnyf' into the aitinU-y,  The Conductors' Convention.  The Kith session of the grand division of the Order of Railway Conductors closed at. Los Angeles Monday.  The elect ion of officers for the ensuing  year resulted as follows: Grand Chief  conductor, F. 13. Clark; re-elected; assistant grand conductor, C. II. Wilkns,  re-elected; grand secretary and treasurer, Martin Clancy, re-elected; grand  senior conductor, A. B. Garret.son, reelected; grand junior conductor, W.  B. Pci kins of LoS Angeles'.  It. is the business of the press  to discuss matters  of  the  character of the  Orphan   Boy Com pan v.   which  affect  the  pockets   of   the   public,    without  partiality ' or   fear,     yet    within   the  bounds of propriety.     In drawing  attention to the   sale of   the  property; of  this company and all the closing scenes  in its brief.'ind   apparently   pareelless  existence,   the  Mail   has   stated- the  facts as they have been gathered fiom  parties   concerned without malice   to  anyone.    It has called a spade a spade,  not,  an   agricultural   implement,  and  this has evidently, as it generally does,  roused passion.    This week the following was received from (he president of  the company, ��������� I. W. Ilaskins:  Vancouver, B.C.,  May, 15, 1S07.  Dear Sir.���������Just a few lines to say  your paper is not wanted any moie as  my payment runs out May l*7th. ISO",  I berel'or I do not want you lo send it  any more to me. You can also tell all  my friends in Revelsieke that I',-mi  still in Vancouver, and I shall stay  here until I silence all my .slanderers  which will soon be commenced.  Yours t nil v.  J. W. Hahkins.  The loss of Mr. Ha-kins' , pat ronage  is undoubtedly serious, 1ml il will not  causesuspeiision. neither will it in any  way influence what may have lo be  said fun her about this , company. A*  to his slanderers, it will all'oid the pen-  pie of Revelstoke Ihe greatest pleasure  Io heat Mr. Ilaskins' vindication, and  if he has the independence and fearlessness he often boasted of it will be  soon.  Latest, reports make the Pacific division of the (J. P. Ii. divided into t hree  sub-sections. Win. Dowuie will be  superintendent of the Cascade and  Thomson sect ions, fioni Vancouvei to  IvTamioops, wit h headquarters at Vancouver. 13. J. Dtichesuay will .superintend the Shuswap ami Selkirk sections  including the ��������� S. & 0. branch with  headquarters at licvelstoke. II. 13.  Bcasley will superintend the Kootenay  branches with headquarters uV Nelson.  The New Bank Building.  The foundations are now being put  in opposite the Union hotel, for (he  building to be occupied when completed by the Imperial Ij.ink. Tile  structure is to be two-Morcys high,  elaborately furnished and most compactly and substantially built.     It, will  fiont on Frst St. and St., wiin  a main eul ra nee on the corner. The  bank ollices on the ground I'oor, according to ( he plan-., will be very Well  arranged, and on t be second floor there'  will he live room.- and accessories. 0.'  D. Hoar is putting up.I he huildiiig.aiid  the contractor is Thus, Hillyei, ���&#MffiM
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, ,-V*^   .   v^*V."" THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  Amendments to Mining'Laws.  The following are the principal  amendments inside to the mining,laws  of the province at the recent session of  the legislature :  The employment of females or child-  ' ren underground is prohibited.  Chinese and Japanese may not be employed underground nor in caring for  niachineiy. No wages must be paid to  eiiipl(iyesfin or near places wheie liquor  ,is'sold. On or before January Kith of  each year returns must,' be sent, to the  Hureau of .Mines foi the. year of the  output, of mines and other information  that may,be required. Provisions ai e  made for inquiiy' into accidents in  mines and general rules .-ue made for  proper ventilation and to prevent the  storage of explosives, in mines. Kach  mine is to have a suitable device for  -thawing explosives and iron lamping  rods are forbidden. Every working  vertical shaft in which persons are  hoisted or lowered, if over 111)0 feet  (leep, must, have a safely cage and  guides. Mine ovv ners must assume I hi;  responsibility, of lowering or hoi-ting  men, or must prohibit if positively.  ' Provisions are also made for proper  timbering, ladderways, elc, and penalties are imposed for infraction of the  regulations. , i  method, when it was perfectly conducted. Now the chlorin.itinn process  is in use in nearly evety mii'iing state  and tei tifory.  It is noticeable that at the Mount  Morgan mine in Queensland, where  the barrel method was used. it. ha������  been discarded and vats are again  u-ed. The reason given is a better  saving, though it is said that chlorine  water instead of gas is used.  Todav ehlorinal ion' and cvanide  methods are both popular and successful. There is an apparent revival of  wet methods since the discovery of  cyari'dc, though a few ye.-u-s ago they  were apparently falling into disrepute.  (Jhloridizing, roasting of silver ore,,  and leaching, which twenty-five years  ago had quite a boom, is ul-o being  levived, especially in Mexico.���������Miniu;/  Industry and Hcvieir.  Daily Improving.  Another Coal' Discovery in B. C.   ,  " What is believed to ho an immense  ' hid' of 'anthracite coal has just ,been  ��������� discovered on the banks of tlie Stave  River abouf'lwo'miles'above the railway bridge crossing that stream. , The  parties who made ! he discovery applied  for .-i coal .mining license' from't be Dominion Government and their application has 1 ecu so favorably considered  that some l,."i()0 acres are now being.  surveyed by a syndicate, who are ar-  rranging to make an early stait on  developing then propel ty. , Should the  find' turn out to'be what they believe  it will prove to cbc. it will be an immensely valuable one, far in excess0 in  value of any gold 'mining proposition  yet. made in this Province. It is pnn-  cipally owned by Mis-ion City people  who feel greatly elated over what, is  claimed by them to be their good luck.  If can be taken froth the pit to ihe railway by scows, thus rendering handling,  exceedingly cheap.  A Retraction Published.     ��������� - '  The Vancouver Woild rec.ntly published ii letter casting relied ions' on  the Province' Publishing Company,  Limited Liability. (Which   corporation;  .-it should he mentioned, L-quit" distinct  'fiom that "which owns ibis journal)  stating that the company was discharging it-s white workmen and re-  placing t lietn by cheap Japanese labour!  The company decided I hat Mich false  and 'malicious statements could no  longer lie allowed, to   pass  and   a   writ  ' via- promptly issued ;i;'.ainst t be World  for 'libel for publishing such a serious  charge. That paper having in nil  ediloiial iii its daily i. -ueof April 22.,d,  and   its semi-weekly    i-siie   of, April  ��������� 23rd last, published a complete denial  of the truth of such charges and ox-  pressed tvgict that they --hould .have  been inserted, Ihe Province Publishing  Company agreed to accept such re-  trad ion and expression as satisfactory  on condition that (his W'oi Id should  pay all costs ot suit. This has been  done, and the action has been withdrawn.���������Province.  All But One.  .Every province in Canada except  Prifisb Columbia has now given the  Liberals a niaioritv in the Provincial  as well tis in the Dominion pailiameiit.  We do not believe, there . will' be any  exception much longer. The victory  in Quebec will bring into line all those  "Doubting Thomases"' in British Columbia, who shuddered at, the Miner's  suggestion several months, ago that  Dominion paity lines should be drawn  at the next, provincial election. If is  done in every province and should be  done here. The Turner government  has proved itself on every possible  occasion to'be thoroughly in.sympathy,  with the utterly discredited Tupper  regime, and-its policy, as exemplified  at t be session just ended, has evidently  been -modelled on that of the Tory  lenders in Dominion,politics. ���������  We believe lirinly that, the electors  of this province will repudiate tliein  and all their works just as soon as they  are given an opportunity to do so, but  to vote them out .and put in their  places men of like calibre would be but  a waste (if time. Let the opposition reorganize, as we be for.' suggested, on  party lines and it,', vvill get plenty of  g'ood men to accept Humiliations and  inoie votes than if needs ' to give if a  clear majority in the provincial house.  ���������-Itossluiid Minor. , l  The site ha- been -elected at Tiout  Lake City fo: the new government  buildings, ,-md I he}; will now go up immediately. A schoolhou.se site has also  been located, and this factor in the  in-ovvlh of a new place is being, arranged foi��������� as within the month theie  will he children sulricientlo entitle il  to a teacher. Several families are now  located in Tioiit Lake and more are  weekly'expected. Theie, is n'o doubt  whatever that Trout Lake City will be  what natme intended it to be���������the  chief centre of the great mineral camp  about il and every day is adding  weight to this opinion and importance  of the town. Lois are still to be bad  at reasonable'prices, and all information call lie obtained from T. L. Jluig,  general agent, Revelstoke, B.-C: or  Hugh McPherson, J. P., Trout."Lake  Oily.  ������ ,  L     ' *  T. J. Lendrtun,' formerly of this town,  was recently uiairied in Dublin.  COSMOPOLITAN MOTEL  ���������     KAMLOOPS, B.C.  li est ol  evcrvthinir iyoinLi'.  RUSSELL   &   HEROD,   Prop's.  To the Printing- 'Trade of B.C.  Ulvlritlf  ���������5  Vu' L  i LV.  LARDEAU, B.C.  Manufacturers of  ���������Shingles, Botigii and. Dressed  ������-'������  lie,  ������SiT- Q,-y=  ueaai  ���������-j  -; -!������������������%���������% f\ cv-e>  T OHO.MIv, for sbvci-.i1 year- with the Amcri-  *���������'��������� c-.in Tyiiu Kiiuiiilurs Co.. Im- 1km n iil.u ed  in cli.n-ffu of llio alr.iir- ol the Toronto 'I1; |ic  Foundry, in the Pioviiicc, iiihI will make In.-  lKMilijimrtt.-i's .if Vancouver, H. C. A lull Inn;  of .Villi, 'fc Wilioi'K'n cc.li-lu.iled inks will he  kept in stock there: mill .t stiitik of cylinder  presses, joli lire������������������'- .mil pap.T cultcr- \\\\\ he  kept at Itcvcl.-loke. If .von want an cstiniiUc  -end lo i  .I.C. C|:0?.II-:.  I ,     , > V.LIIl OUVCI',  lt.C.  -\frcnl for tlie tno-1. complete I'riiil'.'i's' supply  house ill ('iiii.idii.        ' ,. 1-It  GRADED STOCK:  ' ' Well seasoned    -    -    -    Clear Cedar,  Wide,   Clear Cedar and  Pine for   Bar and  Couiuer Tops.  specialty.  P.O. ARROWHEAD, B.C.  Kxtra long- dimensions ;i  i>-  _F__  jiie-^jsiiel viM:���������:e  d oering & marstrand  Brewing Oompahy,  ,      VANCOUVER,, B.C.  ^��������������������������� ��������� ������������������nrm������i jjiimkium  Alexandra Lager and Porter, in   Kegs  and Bottles.     Always- reliable/  IMPERIAL   6AHK- OF  CANADA:  Capital Authorized,  ' Capital Paid-up,  -   -  ,   Rest,   52,000,000  1,983,600  ���������  1,156,000  DIRECTOR'S:  H. S. H01VLAI-TD,        -'        -    '   PrcsicJcn;.  T. K. MEURiTT,'   -    -      Vioc-j?res!fiont.  ���������William Kaiiis.iy. 'Husii Byau. Ko'jort  Jaffray.   T. Sntiic-rland Stayner.  Head Office,    -    -    TORONTO.  D,. R. WILKIE,  Genera! Manager.  Tho_ Prohibition Flebiscite.  Mr. Fisher will introduce 'the plebiscite bill in the Commons. The proposal to .submit a complete measure lo  the people, whicli, if carried, would  thereby become law, will nut be acted  upon, but the bill will simply empower  the Government to submit two  questions: '(1) Are you in favor of  total prohibit ion of the liquor Irallic:1  (2) Are you in favor of prohibition,  even if it involves diiecf taxatiiiu lo  meet, the consequent delicit in re vernier1  Q.A.TQIE3: oi>y  To a good tiling when .you got  the chance.  BHAXC/Ih'ShX OKTAIIIO:  K���������u\\ I'orjcui, li.ilt.   Inw.sfill,  -Vi.uc.ir.i  Full-,  l Port CoHioriic. ll.u I'ort.eri'. .St. ('iillinrini,-.,  '   Sauli, Slo.   ?.l.irii;,   Si.   'J'lioin.Ls,   W'cll.'iiul.  M'ooil-touk. '  TCor. Wolliniifon .St.iuid Lciulei'Laiiii  TonoNTu'l Yeiigu mid Qiii/on Hi.-. Jlr.tiicli.  '       l_Voiig(! nail Hloor Me,. Hi-aiicli.  li li. IA'67/ h\S LX XO Ii TIl-\ V h'S 7':  Hr.iiidoii, JIiui. Portime l,.i l'r.iiviu. .Man.  C.ilg.ir.v, Alliurln. l'riixv Alliort, i-,i.-=k.  lOiliiionton, Altii.    \Vin;ii]ifjr. Jlau.  BRITISH L'OJAIMlirA :  Vancouver.       -       -        -        -    "  IJcvolstokp.  " Mining Engineer and Metallurgist ���������  -REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN. B.C:���������  Assays-on Sold and-Silvepi   '       * ���������'  ..Analysis.of All Metals made at lowest rates,  Dm reef   1'esiills   OuaranU'fsd.     Jie])orts made tin pr/if.ei ties,  Prompt   and  (!ive me a' call.  AGENTS:  KoNiiox. Esc,.. Lluyd'-! l^aiili, Ltd.  l'.-uil; of AIoatrii.il.  Ci:w Yokk,  mt bX Ll  GI  Chlor'mation.   Revival.    '  It seems reinarltable   that   chloriiia-  tiou. which has been known for a j'ood  many years as a  siicces'sl'til   method   of  treatinv? gold bearing o:e, was so   long  in.beine; introduced  generally   in   gold  mining rctrioiis.      It   oiiginated   about,  lifty years ago, at Freiburg University  and was know n for many years as'lhc1  IMattner process, getting its name from  its (li.-coveier.    It, was fen   years  after  its discovery hi fore it  was  introduced  in Ainei icu, it being then I ried at. Grass  \'alley, (."ala.. vilieie it has been in use  ever sinci1.     It was soon   inliodueed   in  other places ill that state, and has been  in constant,   though   not   general,   use  there.    Its success should have  stamped if as .suitable  for  use   under  inanv  conditions.    If made its  liist appearance  in   Colorado   in   Gilpin   county,  vvhcie a JMi. Ca-b   tried   it on  a  small  scale, bin bailed through   no!   masting  the oie properly.    In   1S70 a   mill   was  ercrttdon the Ni Wo! mine of Jioulder  county   to   fieat   lailiuys   from   IheNi  Wot mill, and it treated  over ."KK) tons,  being .ill the tailings there were at the  mill, saving !)2 per cent,   of the   value.  There tin; Iirst liruckncr   fiii'nace   ever  erected   was   used   for 'roasting,   Mi.  Bruckner,    the   inventor,   starting   il.  Aft -r I real ing  the   tailings,   the   mine  not prodin ing any inure, it   was  abandoned.    In those days the old JJlal tner  proces- was used.     The gas was generated  fiom common sail, and piped info  vats charged wilboie.    Tlie.-e vats bad  false liollom-, t hi ough vvbii h flw leach  water   was   strained  into   vats,   where  Ihe  gold   v\as  pi ecipil.-iled   v\ il.b    iiou  stilpbal e.     This   same   old    process   is  still   in   use   in   Oaliloriiia   on   a   small  scale.      Tie-   lime  requited   In trial   a  two-ton   cbaige    in   a   v.-it   was   about  1 hii'ly hours.'    Now the i bloridi/.ing i--  done in h.'itrcls', holding six fo leu I on.--,  and the  cblqi'i.ie  gas   is  generated   in  (he.barrel fiom chloride of lime. '.Tbis  shortens   the  time  and   cheapen!!* I be  process,   fbiuigli   it   is'doubtful . if  I be  saving is niucli greater I ban hy I lie old  .- .    Buying- and Selling Or.es.  Alt bough,the subject of buying and  selliug'oies in the mining districts is a  daily 'Occurrence yi'-t.- there are llio.-e  who'h.ive but little knowledge of how  such frans-acl ions are made. Oohincl  Hethune, metallurgistiof, the .'Montana  Smelting Company, in 'an interview  with a Western Mining World, representative, has the following to say on  Ibis subject': - ���������  ' 'Whether the parties aie owners in  de facto oi1 only leasers of initios they  dispose tii ore buyers or smelter companies, ihe whole output- of the mine  or a specified nunibei of tons. A- there  is no public ore mart here where  'auction sales are made, the transaction  is consummated either hy contract or  bv the ore-buyer representing the  smelting company. The ore is delivered at the sampling works whete it is  weighed, a sample taken for moisture  and the dre is passed through rock-  breakers and rolls, elevated thence by  a series of buckets into a sampler. This  sampler in grinding the oie discharge-  about a tenth of the ore; the balance  being conducted to bins. This sample,  isj again reduced by dividing into  'quart"! s, and I be'opposite quarters  being taken.    This rule is followed  ini-  lil the sample has been reduced to  about one pound in weight. This  sample is sacked,and numbered and is  then ready for as-ayiug. At. the assay  ollice this sample is again quartered,  pulped and passed through a (ID-mesh  screen, pul into sealed bottles, one fur  the seller, one for the buyer and a  fluid to be retained in case of dispute  in (he final .settlement. '    ���������  If is customary to accept thesinelter's  estimate of moisture and weight ot m e.  The cost of  smelting  depend-   upon  the grade and character <>l oie.    If the  ore   contains   a    high    peiceiilage     of 1  silica,   without carrying nun li gold   or;  silver, it   warrants  a   high   charge   for '  I realinent. or if I be ore is a heavy zinc i  it, is expensive to t real.    When the ore  contains   lime,    iron     or    manganese,  (these elements are fluxes) dK.  Mueller  can lessen materially the cost of  treatment .  The smelter charge- here vary from  seven lo I wclve dollars per tun. Many  of the smeller- have a fixed schedule  pi ice for classilied ore-. If the a.s-.iy  samples agree a seltlemeill i- olFeeted.  silver and copper at t he iturent price,  and gold at 1 be I,ite of twenty dollai-  per i ni in e.  A general baniilag business ira:isr.cro,<i.  Bonds s,nd. daTscniarcs DOMsht and sole-.  A. Ft. B. HEARN, Manager, Revelstoke.  Establish Yourself i  J. A  P '0 Z'r F  >J1B U    it    fi    k4il  Lots in this coming   to-vvn   are  now fo be had cheap,  but \vill  rise in price befo.re long.  .  Apply to.       ���������    ���������  T. L HAl'G,  General Agent,  REVELSTOKE, B. 0:  Or to  TKO0  i. - ra  ._. AN J) ���������-  'ni!-:  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  ���������     ViOM REVEL8T0KE  To all Points  Ka.st and'West.  , THROUGH TICKETS TO  Vancouver, Winnipeg. St, P.ml,   Chicago, Montreal. Toronto. New York.  First-c/ass aii/in������; and sleeping  cars o;i all trains.  Tlirouffli Tourihl curs to sit. iyul u.ul.wund to  Toronto every Moiidiiy, <:-.i'd ^lunlrcal and  Ilos'lon'ovci-.v l''ri(l,iy.  PiirdiiVsii liukuls to joiivdy-tiiiiilion   mid  have  your l),n,'nii^:c clici'lccil tlironjrb.  irises  H   il;  it  The fast 'growing centre of North  'i~>  TAYLOR,  Resident Agent,  Trout Lake City  B.C.  The-.Canadian: mm  STEAMER  NAKUSP  NOTICE.  V-OTICIC IS IIKKKHY (IIVKN tlml wr lite  ^ unilcr-i^ni'il intiaid -i\ty iln\- ���������ttti.'r (lull!  to intiku ���������i|<|iliciiliiiii in lhe Chief ('niniiii-siiiacr  nf l^uid- .mil Works fur |ii.-rini���������ion tn |iurcli,i-i'  oiii> hundred and si.My acre- of land -Itu.ilid  ���������iljutil fiirlit tiiilc- liji itrui.'k known ns ll.ilf-wiiy  Ci'euk mi the e:i������l -lim-o uf I.'jipcr Arrow l,.il;c,  \\'i'-l Koiiti'iinv, I'liiiuiii-iiciiii; ill po-t m.iiki'd  Initial I'o-l. K, Ailnir A. (Murk, sdiii h-wi-i  ]i(i-(, rillilliii^ III rlinilis nortli. I lience Hi I'liuin-  iii-t. llu-ii.-i- 1(1 cli.iin- -iiiilh,   tht'iiic   HI cliiiiii-  VVC-t 10 lllllCf Of UllllllllL'IIULIIK'lll.  ICD. AHAIK.  A. CI.AIIK.  April 2I. 1WI7. I-!H  The    (ir.iiid    l^idge   1.  ibtained   a    single   fan  0.0. !���������'.   have  talc   lor   an  excursion to Kniiiloups from all  lmiuts    ���������'"������������������v l~lU "'i''1 l:fl1.'  in", tmiw, mill, four  ������������������ .      .    .     ��������� ' ���������      '   '    ���������      I (|inrcil onil cMiiiiiiiali'.n.-. . .   ���������.  bet .ween \'aucouver and ( algai v.   "1. he I . '^_ J); |.(ii'|.y  EDUCATION   0KK0K.  ���������   -   Yirlnr'ui, SJ'Jt Mtty, IS'.)?.  N'OTK'K i- hcrchj nivcnlh.il thi:  iiniin.il c.\-  iiiiiuiiitioii of (-.indidiilc- lor ciirlilh nils of  i|ii.iliti".ition to lunch   in   the I'uhlie  Si-lmnK of  the I'rnviuci' <\il! he held a-  follow-., euiiiiiiiaii;-  iiiK mi l-'nd.iy. July '.'lid. 1 -.117. .it Ml.'i a.in.: -  Vicloriii  .    Ju South I'.irk School Ihiildin^.  V.uk-iiim ir.ln lli^h Si hool I'.iiililiiiK.  !     K.ohImiiiis    In l'lihlu-S'dioul HiiiMiii:;.  j      Kadi upplu.int niiisl  for������.i.vil ii iiiiUc. lliirij-  I days lu-foic the cmuiiih ition.-t.uin/ llicil.i ���������  .mil ur.idc ot i i-i-lillc.it'-   for   which   hi-u ill he ,i  I ciilidKli.tr. tin- iiption.il -i|l..icc|- -elect" d. .Hid nl  I   wliiili   of   llio    iihiiM'-n.uiii'il    ]i!.i'-i-    hu   will  .it lend.  |      i:vcr) iiolico of inti'iili hi   I"   he ,m iipjiin inn,  I  inii���������l   hi: .-li L-onip.in;, il   wil'i   -.iti-fiiclor.v   Ic-ii-  | iiidiii.il of iniiriil ch.iriicli r.  Candid.Ue- nrc notillc, 1   lh.il   .ill nl Ihc.ihuw  rcipiin iiicnls inii-l   h-.- Jullilli-1 hi lure thcir.ip-  !   |llli-;lt.lon- win In: llli'il,  i All enudiilal.es for l*'irst, Cliias. (..'riiihaA. C!cr-  | titlc'ill-s.  iticliidin^'  (.'nidiiiilc-.' inii-l   nl.t"'iiil in  V'iiiori.-i.  lo  t.'iki:  Ih(!. saihjrcts   pi'i'.-iin-iln.-il   for  iih.'i'ji'n re-  1   "  diiles .-ue for .J line-D, HI and II.  .-Ml  .Sllpl'l-illU'lllli-IJl     of    Ivllll-lltioll,  buiivos Arrowhead every IWonduy, Weiliic-il-iy.  and l''ridiiy for nil liaint-i in Kontjii.iy..  Hulking ennnoutidii nl Nakiisp for all point-  on N.ikn-p and Sloe.ui It.v. and Shu tin Luke.  Close connection at ltoh-uii  lor Xel-nn,   ICn-lc,  llulloiir, t'ilul 1 ny,  Close connect ion at Trail lor  I!o--i;iml,  Nurllt-  |ioi I mid nil point- sunt h.  Kor full   iiiforiiiiition,  tiikcls,   m.ip.s.  i:lc,  i..'.!i  on or address  J. T. BFfADS! SAW,  Al.'i'llt,  li'oM'l-lllke,  Or to  II. Jl,',cC|;l'".(l()l!, fiKO. 51eh. HIIOWN., ,  Trav. l'n���������.r'A(?ciil.i        ili,l. r.i.���������. Ai,'< ot,  '  Ncl-i>n, B.C. V.iiicinivi'i', Il.C.  Columbia & V/osLorn Ry.  TbnuTiilili No. I.   'I'o Hike ull'i-cl, I'Vli. It. IMh".  l',\s'i'i:ot'N'i).  , H.lil.\   I'M'i'pl   l-llllll.lV.  No. '.' pn���������eniicr leu w- lios-!iuid    -  Arrivi - at 'I'rnil   No. I p.i-i-ciiKiT IciiM's l!n. .-'and   -  Arriv e- nl 'l'i.ill   \\ UsTltlll'.MI.  Unity e.M'cpt Siiiid.ij.  No. It pns-eiiKcr leaves Trail    -   -  A ri iies in     ii.-'find    -    -    ���������   -  No. 1 pn--eiie.( r li .i\ i -> Trail     -    -  Arrives in   I!<i-.s!iiml    ....  BUY L������T8 AT OMCE  .If you intend to purchase, a,s your  neld of choice diminishes daily.  For Lots'Apply to1  0  OSOBlf  Sole Asrent.  cs  7:i.o .i.in,  ,S:iiu n.Hi,  :<:iiii p..a.  I:i.n p.m.  J-:la .i.in.  I'i'i: i n.in.  a.l.'i p.in,  7:dn pan.  *."Z2XJLJ23riLZJLrZX13MCXZUlXai  wmnmmim imfWM.  < 'imiii-i I ion nl l,'(i--.'aail with train- lu and  from Spolainc.  Cniiiiccl ion- in.ide v\ ilh nil In nl- arriv inland  depiirl in^ ironi Ti.iil.  (iincr.il Ollices: !���������'. I'. (il'TKI.Il S.    '  Tuiil. H. C. (iencral 'Snpl  .__ ^OTjoe. "      ".' "  rnillO    I'AltTM'.l.'SIII!'   henlol'ore   i-vi-l nijr  S      pel ween .loliii lliclor anil   l,oiu-  Sln'i-i'iil,  (it Hurliin ('ily, linlel-Uei per-, li.i- I In- diiy tin n  ill���������oh cl Iiv mill n.il ci.n en!. .  All inonev - due I he file lli'in lo In: pind lo  .to! i n 11 eel or vv ho vv ill .il-o pn v all a ��������� innil -. iliic  li.v the same.  .ions' UK' 'rot:,  i.oi'is ;-1ri-:i:i:i>..       j  Willie--��������� .ItlllN  Alll.M':. -.'-II  Il.ileil.it Naku-ii, l!.( .. .'Mil Ap.il. l-'.l.'. I  CASK FOR RAW FURS ,  C. W. UAIdiVv'IN'. Kiiiuloops. !!.(J.  repre.siu.it ing Joseph !.. lliii.-.nn, Si. I'mil,-  .���������New yi'irk,; and ' ..London, ICngland,'  gives 'a -.fair anil',.���������;.||i.'ii'it assort iid'ii'f;  and allows full value, for nil lands ol'  ravv furs, Shipments solicited." Prompt  rot urns assured.' i ���������  OR  TO  OK  w  0"Y  PROPERTIES  l'ROMOTH  A COMY'AW ,  OR   WORK.   TI  .lis  Will undertake to handle r>oiuk of  Morse Car kailwavs, or i\lnnieipaj lionds,.  Works.  1-!  ai  cctric, ..team or  vdl J-Juiltl   Water  particulars  Address full  Maiilieitan Investors" and SeBurllies .Company, M>  1'JroJi.dwav,', New ^:ork CitV.  I /   a'llKl     1 Q  WTJMH.'SfWflBiii'K PAGE 4.  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  11TA  +     ' Kootenay Lodg-c  */^ *  Ho. 15 A.F. & A.ft!  *    *   The li'irnl.ir iiU'itiinr  ~C~~P*       arc held in lia- Ma-  ���������-^__     -���������-.������.:,       oaii-'J'ciniilc.l'oiniu'-  I  "fe?^���������iHSi--- -M (.11d,.y    in    c .,������  ( I   I  ���������^^^>~i?^>^v���������==* inopi ii at - p. n  33JJV"-- V-^O "     Vi-illiiK    liri'l !u'( i.  ���������"^-a-"*-^��������� lordially vm homed.  H. liSJIVTHK, Si.cni.T.vnv.  REVELSTOKE LODGE, 1. O. O. F., No. 25.  r-Sy^/7? ^ *  ^5������  Uct'ifir m.">tiiiit- are held  J. A. STON'K. X.O.  T.J. ClliAIJA.M. Sl.c.  Loyal Orange LccI.ts Ho. 155S.  ��������� ESTABLISHED IS02 ���������  WEILER BROS.,  ' VICTORIA,'B.C.  Complete Hoasj Furnishings  Largest   stock   west  of, Toronto.  Write  to   us   for  Prices   and   Illustrations.  v3&T7Y Itrjrnlfir inectin^s   are held   in  ft&&4 ihe   Odd   Fellow-- Hall on ihe  /r&ffifffG^ second an I fourth H'odnc-dny',-  ''    P*Vyic5^H^ "''   ,',l':'1   month  -it   7::t(l  p.m.  ��������� ^(LjSi:   v* Visiting hrclhrcn aie '-ouli.ill)  sac.ind an I fourth Wednesday,  of   ci'ih   mouth   -it   7::t(l   p. in.  Visiting hrclhrcn aie '-oiili,il,I)  - i^sTf-.W^J^S?    invilcd.  - =.c ���������"���������������������������0,    j.;. ,\ HA lit.      T. J.f.'ItAIIAJl.  W..M.  lice. See<  DIED..  LACncn���������At Kcvelsluke. Tbur.-day,  Mny,20, ' (iraham Lauder, aired '.)  month-.  ��������� Watsox���������.At Jtevelstuke, Tbiir.sday,  .May 20,'Emma Watson, aged 1',  ., years.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  NOTARY   PUBLIC   -'-   REVELSTOKE,  B.C.     ''  Mining and Real Estate Broker and' Q-encral Commission Agent. ���������  UiLDERS'  HARDWARE!  We carry a complete stock of the above :  Locks, Knobs, Boorfoolts, Shelf-brackets, Butts,  Hing-es, Cupboard Oatches, Sash-fasteners, Latches,  Building- Paper, Etc. '   o      .  WINDOW GLASS, ALL SIZES.   '  " . i       ,,  Complete Line of Paints, dry and ground; White   Lead, Raw and Boiled  Oil, VarnisHes, Etc. , .,  CARPENTERS' TOOLS:   Disston Saws; Bailey,Planes, iron and wood, Etc.  ^A.ILXi  GOODS ^t,,:lo"w-:e3st PKICES.  FIRE,  LIFE AND'ACCIDENT INSURANCE.  Representative of the Kootenay Smelting' &,Tracling- Syndicate.  ACJTCNT KOII TROUT LAKK C1TY%;\~aV8P01iT, KASLO & KAKUSP  THi  p \  Stall fed cattle at Hull's. '  ISill IJ.-iley left for Mig   I lend,   Mon-  ' day. , '  Helnie, is Dominion I0xpress ' Agent  here now.  '   T. .Blackwood,    of   Winnipeg,    was  here this week. ��������� ���������  Mrs. Fred hYaser is recovering from  a seveie indisposition.  Sandy MuRue came back from .south  ,    cm   Wednesday.'     ,  \  What is the matter with the Mig  Dend trails? >     ,      '  '(.Jus   Lund   bus-gone   up   the   11nil  '-'again but ha.s left his bike.  i.    ������ , - n  The daily .steamer'service will probably begin about June 1st,. /,  Sid Durham's party arc do'wir." On  account of high water they quit.  Will Abrahanison lias 'bis lot. on  iJouglas well fenced in and planted.  The C. P. II. ai-e filling up the fn'ig  pond alongside the Hack near the  depot.  ''Miss M. Vj. Mailey ar'rived on Tues-  d.iy   from    ISndcrhy   and   ,vv ilL leiuain  here this suininer.  . i  S. Malleguatde litis much improved  his house and lot and is putting in a  garden.  c-Engineer Cairy is caiii|ied now at  Whiskey Point, a good point, to camp  at.  W. Cowan is, about Lo put, up a large  building on Third St. uu the corner  opposite Yolltind's.  The building boom continues on the  JVlara tovvnsite and it vvill be no more  wild hind.  Chas. -H. Carlyon went up to  llleeillevvact, Wednesday and returned  iiinifi day'.  Hob Williams  and���������-   Kich.uds   have  gone up to French 'Creek,to Mart their  Wholesale'and Retail Dealers in  Miners',   Con tractors',   Blacksmith   and  . ,'.   . - .    Ship Chandlery Supplies.  ,  A No a complete line of   Shelf   and , Heavv    HARDWARE;'    ���������        ,      ',   ���������'  S^==3SE^?> Carpenters'    Tools,    Sic.  Jessop's Steels,  Ore Cars,  Pre Sacks,   lite.      '  "   PLATIC GLASS A SPECIALTY.    ���������   ,  Write for Information. " ' V A J-N GO U V.IilJ.\',   D. G.  9  9  REVELSTOKE  McLennan,, McFeeIy''& Co..-Ltd.  "WHOLESALE  Iron, Steel, Miners', Mill and Blacksmith Supplies.  Hardware,-   r   Stoves   -  ������r   Enamel "Ware.'  122 CORDOVA STREET,       -   -.   -   -   :  :   -   VANCOUVER, B.C.  ������������&  Fun  tv,  e  rs  laert-ajsers.  Upholstering and Picture Framing a Specialty.'  , -     '     __<   _    i_ i_      ������������������  Agents for Raymond Sewing iMaehine, Manufaetineis Life Insurance Society.  Union Fire Insurance Co?, Ptovineial Building and Loan Association,  piKi.vxs and Pianos.  J.   W.  CAMPION, Swretaru-Trm-ntrer   ,      * .).' M.  W.  jMACKAlt IjAN K, Manager.  E/O- IEOiT1 WGEKS CO. LTD.  MINING  SAWMILL MACHINERY  MARINE ENGIKES     ,  MANUFAClURINff. C0.,-Ltd.  /Win  v  m. HAiiii  "     *   . MAMJFACTURKRS OF    ' '    ���������  THE " RELIANCE'"' MEM, WUAm A^D mnm iViACHIrJERY  FOR TH^DOMiaiflN.OF CANADA -  (Unds'r License from THE E. P. ALLI3 CO.,,Milwaukee, Wis.)  (Jrushei.s, RolN,   Jiys,   Concentrators,   Screens, .Stamps,   Pumps.   Compressors,  HoNls, Boilers, Engines,  Water Wheels, Etc.  Sole Agents for B.C. for JOHN BERTRAM & SONS Machinists' Tools.  Br.-inch cft|Ce  VANCOUVER, B.C.  General founders,  engineers,. boiler-  makers and manufacturers of all classes  of machinery.  ^__^^^^      ^--j^l^ TfTKKP IN STOCK  l#^j^^^K$5^3-IV    ''l'ru11  suPl5,y������f  ^m&^^^m^i ...       ������'Jg'"^ra'     and  ij mill supplies,   pipe   and  I fittino-s,    brass     goods,  | steam    fittings, ���������   wood- ,  ������n|' split'pulleys, oak tanned l  IJ ii v*W^n3WM>!Vi/  I7,^--V^t '    I Si-jx4^,  >*    leather belting, etc.  ICsiiinates for boilers  and engines on applica1  lion.  Corner of.Alexander' St. and ��������� WeslmjnskT Ave." Vancouver, B.C.  P.'O. Drawer 754. , ' , ,        * , Cable address " Cove."  PET ii II B() H( )UG 11, ONT.  Capital, $1,500,000.  (LI.MITKI).)  Head Offices," Toronto, Ont.  lumber contract. ,    ., ,. .  Don't f<���������-������et ti.o Kinchu-a.ien con-    .   Manufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus,  cert and tea.      livery   eilui t   to entertain litis been made.  Hoists,  Pumps.  r������!i,\\eis. Fans, Rlastiug Apparatus. Dynamos for Lighting and  Power,  Molois for till   Purposes-.  llr.iin li ntlke- 111 Unli-li I'lihiiulii.u  VANCOUVER  ex kj  TD.  Our basebtill players   vvill return the j . ... ������  001nplin1e.it and  pluv  ball  at.   K.un-1 ILk!ct.-ical transmission of power successfully operated up to 50  loops ji.ne 9ti. or lod, '   j      '  mncs by our THREE PHASE TRANSMISSION SYSTEW.  Dr. (Jarniiiii, head ot   the Aletbodist ' \ ' ,   ��������� church in Canada, passed   through   on ' NELSON  the way east. Wednesdsu. , =������--���������-���������   Joe Morgan w;is on   Tuesday   morn- ' n=--* .^v        *,���������ci r3^ 1 ,���������  ing fined.91 for ejecting   L.   A.    l,,iet/. | j*=������ f   -S       *       *^S l \  out of his Lai her shop. ! L������������������ \&/i ���������     S       5    kS V^  Mr. and Mrs. Pete Walker .eturned J ^ VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER,   KAMLOOPS.  from the east on Monday.     Pete, looks I '  as if iiKirried life agreed with hi'm, ! ��������� '  Itubt. Kirkwood. of th.- Alm.i,  FKI. j ^]| ^j,^]^ 0f A<iricultur;il Implements. Plows. Harrows,^Seeders,  Canadian and  American   Wagons.  15. C.  at  pria-s to suit the times  GENERAL .MERC'HAN  IHi  "  DEALER.  Piver   ;incl   Enterprisi;,   .Sloe.in,   came '  tip from New   Denver on Weduesdav     i  Hull's new wagon (a   Main) uitl,   .1, i  Wuodrovv in the drivel's s(_.,t,t. is i,u,. of  the things worth looking at now.  i   The fences .ironnd the   school   ln,us.. .  block   -mould   be   ohanged    about     bv  ])lltling the picket wiie on   L'ud St. and i  1 he board one on .'h d St. '     '  Largest stock in  Full line of prospector's and  miner's supplies always in stock  at moderate prices. Groceries,  Provisions, etc.  '. ARROWHEAD. KC.  &B]STEEAL     IVCJSIiOHI^^lSrT  Agents for Massey-Harris Bicycles.  NOTICE.  r   ��������� i .i   .   r   ii    i .-\-(i'iiei: i-iiKi:hi'\ civi-v n���������ii  t. <  It is announced  that    h   I Midii-n.iv.       ^    m, ,,1,,,,'.. k ur< u-l ������������������" il.n     it'n'il.in  3*  '!  9  G  i  '���������$&  C.  K.. has been   ai.poinied    to   sii, f ocl i i 'f'- 'I'l'li' "i..m ���������-. i1 ' < IM.    ( ..ii.iii-ylnn i at  ,,      ,.    ., ,       '-ii        , 6 1 .iiiil-, 'ii'i vVurf-  im- i" i i'ii  '"  imi'liii  ,v||,   IL   Mill-pole,  with, he objil.u ler-  ,(i ,;���������, ��������� ,,.  ,f ,,,,,,|  Mliialail   >m   !���������'-h   Itiwr, l.in-  ]��������� ,,n|,,,,.,. ' ile.oi    VI'. -1   Km.I' im.    m I   '  mini' li'-m." -C a  A,unl"rs- ���������       ;.,,-t  ..iji.,1   jii-i   iiiiiu.   n,.   ,.ii,,,ai an  r.-ii    ,,   ,.       .      r  ���������   ;   c������.     i      f  The  .MVN.i.ighi-i. n.eii.d  >..,���������    le,,  u....-...-i ,...^....;. ��������������� ���������,.i.  ...   ^0L!C8 to Joilll StOCK   bGlr]p3I)l&S.  s ,,!.,��������� at11.,   11,r a, i    ^.,i.I h  (at.    null .   ' hi ta '    i\ i -1 *  dim   I'M .vurds   at    Donald   Lisl    vie.  Illlf',   II" II' .       --ill.Ill    '.In       l.llli.     OH  IK'       Hi   -I  ,,in  mil, i... ��������� il,.. i  oi  , i,nui,i ta ��������� na ia  .,,;,,     m,,.,.,.'    .,.   ',.,.!        ,        ,     !,,,,,.   ,                                              ( ill! V   Mi-.MIIVK IC r M f 1 )���������; | ,,||oM i II-.' -er t ion. tlillilli"! "(I Hil.  V.'  t        I J  Oil t   Ol     -\    IIIKIs       |,     ,l      I ir .111 ( V   '        f,,|.���������l M ,. , 1,   '".(li    I-'I7 ,',(>''!          1             i   .1         ../                      -            t     .      i .ii-"  -           PiliMt M.i"ii.illi   i   ii "'    .         I        ,,)   ||)(.   ������������������( i.nip.-uiie-.    A't.   Is! 17,    ii-  a.'nl vcis well won. , - -  REVELSTOKE   IR  All kinds of iron amid, sheet metal work.  A.    N.   Smith,    Hevelsto'ke's  HiIimI u.i" i. ;'iti.  i-'i:  NOTICE.  and confectioner, is   abie  |it    be   about    r ,(I v[. (|ji  ,  a".tin    after    a    .somewhat,    proli.utid '    1     (fun  -ini.iicd on I-'i-i-ik !i Ci-f-U. lii< '!��������� in)  ni|i-n--l in I li'   I.ill!'- fall- I.!."  liitne   In   tin-   i-.'|n   of  ,i   liee   mini i's  <  -, i itii ,if" is |iiibh-b< (I for  I Ik- inf'oi in i-  lion ol .KlI.VTSI'OCK    t'OMI'.WIlvS.  J \.\IKS li \KKll.  illness.  Shake.'  .,...1 M������'m'.l 1,\ 'Ai'll.i.r  Hnv.ei.   of   P.,, o.n ,. i  ,11       , . , M ><,iHir i,f M > nrX.  1 .-- ilil h\  [,1'liln-,ni> I'oii .il Ili.'Couil ilu'i-i  ia      f'roi tiiritil >icit liivy s (Ijjitr,  FipeHtting* and roofing*.  i, cm        r, iv ,   ,, ..i;,,,,    !���������'' '. ��������� '-t'X'. tin   -n't 'I iv   "( -' n in* -i I-'.'I-mI- i',ih Mini. /-i'>,".  Dr. auu  AI is. J elr a I e   nu'v    set i, nil.'      .... a  .m, ' ���������'  lllii.tl. lo Jill}   ,l"l s-HK 111 .III."   .lll.ollllt llilf   In <|ll _.    _.  down in      .McLean's     new     cottage     on . osl of nl wli-in;? .iii'l '��������� i'I" n-Cs of ������.ilc u;t   \,,t ,,  ,;,.,,, ,    ,,,..,���������,, t),,.^.!,, ti,,-, ,,,<, ,-_,-  eotnr-r ���������f King .ink  Km..it   S,s.      Mis. , H> "^7,^ i, y������. v .....rf.-r. , ^-^yi^'.^.AX.l!:  V."   i-'.l" .^i".  .leil'aniled   Wednesday. Mil.il.it   Hi'wl-t.m.    I Ins   I .1 li   l),i',  i.t V| ,-. Wll ,,. 1M I a. ...nil A  I-.,,-o'i,. r tin'inniii..'i , ^  ." I ''"���������                                                                            ' " of "u   I'.r \r n . ��������� o ',. i    ,| ! .| ...   oar ."  -I, ,;!  Cant. (JOte  is again in (.oiiunand    on, ,'  in  i-nm! 'n .J...111 -'nl 1 wivm, fi.r.il i,'n  ,       .!   ,                    1    ',,   . 1       1     ,,          ,.         1  ���������    ' .               1 '  ri. 1 a,'I ' 11 111 oft'   . > .11    iral -a' It   (* JI i)t' .in    'i.i.'J  1 he Naktisp and all the better   li,i    bis | ft, | ,',,,,,, ,,,.���������, . i���������   <,,,,,:,,  ,;   |���������,���������   ,,.,,!,���������,   ,,  rest.      Capt.   Nc.sbitt,    who   look    his 1 /Ivlv^?- ��������� ''>'^" \ ' l!"'  '   '  ���������'   '"    "'"���������'"  " r"' '''   f" ���������''' ''  J>lacc,  will slijiervi.se the  Kootenai.  HOBT. GORDON, Revelstoke Station, B. 0.  ACEKT FOR BAIN WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC.  A   uandciing   musician   who   play  I  the   mouth   oig.'.n    well   was   in    town  this week.     Theie are   a   few    e<p'tl-,     \ - Ol  <m I he iiiotith organ u heady ni town.      '  .^     -'  *'.'^i.i- ���������'" '"      ' '  .1 uril -'I'n I: '''.i'ii.m i'I.'h ; i 'ii/of lin ,\n  -...nl In >,ili'l m.li i 'nut iinlil .il.'I -li.i'l ��������� ��������� jiii'  cril'i. Hiili .li, of .hiii. I -'iT t'uori .���������[,',! ,,\,/  i.'ii iii"\ in;, .'n'Ti i *'ili'ao ',ri <,,' !>. foi i -,ial  anf'i il.'i', of .ttiii' (la Joint -'tnV ' 'an,,no, j  , ,   , ,  -fall In   > iitilf'I t.i.i r. l/.ei   of   i |ni',.i'liii'wli.  O'l If 10 IS  II I'd; !'.!!>    f .1 \  I'/.N, i li.it   ' .iirn.iinl nl",i f.(  ji u.l for.i " nilaiiK   lien I of.,i.  I    il I lie' ol  I he ' 'on III \ ���������' oiirl  will     i- "' 'I ��������������� < "i"ln.y ro Hi" .'hi I' j ������-i-  linn-  for  \l,l. I,  In.    bi.hleu    .it      1,'evel-toke,       l:.(.,    oil      'I    lool.l l,���������. |orll,i-...tioi, Imvi   l,..n  . ili.l  I. T. Mieuster   went    up   lo   (ame,    '| |,m .,|,, ^,   ||l(.     :;,,|     day     of     .luii".  Cieek .igaiu on  Tuesday lo   l.ml:    0.I0,    .\.D.   ISiiT,   ..I   lb o'i 1'" '<���������   in   Ihe   bue-j NOTIC'T*1  in, doubt, the I'-poi ted   i ii-h   -tide   onuomi. f|'\|l\\l  (be iifiiperfy of the Carnes   (.'ici'lv   C<>:\:        . ''    .; "-��������� .,'.'; ,.,;;,;, ;. ,.,,,,,,,        ,   v.ii'l ol'. l;s   iui;l;i.;iiv,,i.iiv.K.\   imu, a.ivl.y  1      ' ���������   . j 1,'egisfrar foiuil v.fourf.     ..   ;\  ; (|iu.\ >, ...I'ler rliil.-I inloml  lo a.niily  lo I l.c  Cory Ml'liherick  vi'as  ill    town     .Moil - y l!.evc|.-;loki'.  May  I7fb,   IS!)7.   y1 'i-'M, j ' liiof ''oi-miisHloni r of  l.nnils anil   VV nr-kfi  I'ii  ,/luv, and is full of ���������the   pos.si.b'ilit ies   of v    ; ���������- ;   ~  the COWAN-HOLTEN-DOWNS CO.  |n-|-|iiissioii |,o !>iir<:liii.tc one liini.lrcil   mill   sl.\(,,v  ! n.arc-'. more or \t-.*A of linnl si'l Hilled iilionl, cli-.vi'-n  Lardcau as usual,        JI'! savs solm- lien- \      It  isn't, s if'.- I, . :n':< a    nl i.u    fo    treat .; "lilcs alio ve f 'iirncs c-'reck on 11 ���������<- ciisl, (mnk  of,  ,     . , . . ' .     -��������� '   .,' ' , ...., .     ,. -ii I lie ( f rl il li ��������� liiii Itii'i'i' Hiirl ail ininini'  on   In"  .'ml.  now a (lavs or  Lilly i.r .).. D:    will,   inn    ..i(|,, n,,, ,���������.,,.,.m|l).;,;u ���������r a. Ur. Afclnlosli,    ,  1 ' ��������������������������� ���������'      ' A. VV. .MclNTOMIl,  I     ,-Vln.i'iili 2,'lnl, IX'Ji,     , | jy.'li,  \>\c. are speaking ol'pi.it ting on a sle.t.ni-  i';/;;it im J''i.sh Jiiver.  j������*>~~Wholesale Dealers m^^A.  ALES, WiNES,- SPIRITS AND GIGA  EB"VELSTOEE,;B.G;  o   ,  ,. ...i-r-ri r"W-" r -��������� ���������.���������I'^mii.-.iii.-i.i^i^mwraraffwmig^^^


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