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Kootenay Mail May 27, 1905

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 J>J'������WneuMj!-,  far  ���������'- >,  f   '        ,   HIGH CLASS,  ICE CREAM AND  ICE CREAM SODAS ,  AT '      '  [7-Be'ws-' Drug Store  T r-i  *    *f  ^,; '^������>>  ,  r  'Sr  t         ,  (  ���������&>  />        '  30  ]90h  '  ���������~tC  J  '"''CrORlA-^  <     JJUV  A     ' -  Waterman Fountain Pen  , AT  Bews' Drugstore J  Vol. 12.-No. 9  REVELSTOKE. B. G, MAY 27, 1905'  $2.00 Per Year.  jlX*  In order to raise  payments on the  inaugurate  1.  1 sufficient sum of money to meet heavy  !Olh of 'this month',' we have decided to'  BIG   REDUCTION-'-SALE! " This, sale  will coVnprise nothing" but up-to-date seasonable dry goods;  boots.'and shoes,'clothine and furnishinos.    .Our stbek of  ,1 ' ��������� ,        . , 1 ,  Ladies Tailoredi Costumes and Silk and. Lawn Waists is  r 1 1        r     1 '  '"���������-���������      '    second, to none in the country.   i'.  LADIES COSTUMES  iiiuWiiii.slieil hy the  at  All Costumes shown are of Lhe heat imported Ivveetl  n   ' ' most expert workers.   ,       ��������� "-J;  Costumes marked $18.00. to; sell at! $li:00  "  ;    ff'21.00        - "C 12.50  .   '  "-     ������   ;."-"'- 22.00-     ? " 13.50  ;,-���������"'-"    7 ". , ."V 25.00.   .; - " ��������� \ i    15.00,  SILK SHIRTWAISTS���������Out complele sloc-k of Black}' White and Colored  ���������Blouse0 is m.irked down, look ,it the following prices: Blouses marked at  (���������io.00 t" sell at ,$2.00; marked at .-jlS.50 to m>11 at $l.00;'m.irked $12.00 to sell  atSo'OO. "All our JAPANESE WASH SILKS TO SELL "AT 2,)c. YARD  A full assortment ot Ladies White Lawn Waists, beautifully made and  triiniued. Just arrived. See them befoie buying. FIVE ONJ..Y LADIES  TAFFETA SILK.AND SATIN EATON COATS,TO BEVSACRIFIOED  <������������������   ,   ,. ( AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE.        t-c ,,-������,.  BdoTS- ;&,!ssoiis,  We have n very heavy stock ot Ihese Rood!-, which" must be reduced in the  next week,   Slioe-9  iii the latest styles  for Men, Women  and Children.  Our Stock must be reduced,, Fifteen Thousand  Dollars in the next 30 days.  Look for Bargains  '���������\  Mckenzie avenue.  .��������������� \,f,-  T  ice  It  LIMITED.  .jf*    "C  .���������,Write_  ' - 'For-  Samples'  SPORTS.  LACROSSE.    .  J\ AMLOOI'S V REVELSTOKE.  On Wednesday , the first lacrosse  mutch of the season was played at  the Athletic Association's grounds be-'  tvveen inter mediate tennis representing- Kamloops'Jand Revelstoke ' As  the score shows, the game,' which  reunited in a win foi Kamloops by 4  to 3,,was a hard one. The game vvn.s  not altogether' a good exhibition of  thc'iiational'game, pintly .owing to  tlie condition of the, ground, mid  pin tly to the poor condition ,of the  majority of the playeis.  The Iirst quarter was closely contested but one in which tlie men fiom  Kamloops had the better of it, scoring  two to,Revelstoke nothing. In tlie  second quarter tlie hull Mew up and  down the field, but failed to' enter tho  nets. In the tlii id quarter tlie  visitors doubled their score while the  lioiiui men still failed to score, so when  time vviib called the scoie was Kamloops 4; Revejstoke 0.     , .  When . the' teams reappeared the  honi'e boys word determined to even  up tlie scoie and had changed their  line-up 'somewhat. ' ' The-. quarter  .stinted with a.rush by the Revelstoke  boys-and tiff er some pretty, combination, by Knight, Kerfoot, Johnson  and Woodland the hitter' put, the  spheie in the ncta This was repeated  twice more with similai results/ milk-,  ���������ing at the close the scoie, Kamloops  4; Revelstoke 3. ' V ...  For Revelstoke Knight, Kerfoot,  Johnson and Woodland played,"-good  lacrosse. B. Dickey, in goal, made  some good stops and is, i. promising  player. -He was fiequently called to  defend ' the goal,' left open to the  attacks of-the Kamloops home by, the  defence which should check the men  moie closely. ^  >  '   C.   Latham   made    .in . impartial  referee. ~    '   ,   '  '  .Tlie teams lined up as follows.:'" ,  KAMLOOPS      * "','*"  KEVElJSTOKE  G. JJarber  Goal.   .''.   ..-Dickey  A NEW BANKER. HEAD-ON  ;e   '  LS  r  e  LOTHES DO  make the  but they  proclaim  man.  NOT  man  often  the.  Murray...  Giey... '.  Mitchell.  Unwin....  Kellie ...  J. B.uber.  Mori ison.  Gordon ..,  Irwin   McLean "...  Paisons..'.  ^McDonald.  ... Point ' ..  .  Cover Point.  ..  1st-   a"  ���������.2nd  ..   .3id JJofence  .., Centre  .   .3id Home  ,  :. 2nd: v",     ,  ��������� .'.1st    .  ..Outside ,'  ?InsideJ   /  Clarke  Knight  Chambers   Lee  .... Buck-  Wood land  ." ' Dunne  :). Kerfoot  .Pettipiece  .'Johnson  Knowlton  . Pield Captain ... Barber  BASEBALL.  Proposed Setting up Opposition  to Imperial, and using the  ���������    ' Manager's Name to Fi-  .   '   nance his Scheme.  Revelstoke has been up against some  pretty,hard cases lately, but one of the  worst we have,had was a'man named  SteviiMin, who was ai tested here.  Wheii at Jllecilliwiiet, on his way to  Revelstoke with the evident intention  of stinting a banking business,, he  cleaned out the worldly possessions of  section ^foieninn Smith. ' Smith is  away at tlie coast on 'a trip, and  Stevenson'made himself at home" at  Smith's cabin in'his absence,-helping  himself to all he could Iind.  From the  numerous  bogus cheque  transactions    recently '   teported ���������  at  RcveL-toke he got tho idea this was n  dead easy town, and he gotsome blank  draft nnd .cheque'forms,  and" lil led  them out to his own satisfaction.'  As  be thought a banker's name,would  be  good foi a chaiige ho signed to each of  these the 'name  of "A. E.' Phipps,"  ni.d hied   to this  city to  operate  the  ���������Stevenson bank.   '-.   ,  ,,Tho'tiews of  Stevenson's 'doings at  Illecilliwaet.had "pieceded him, and,in  consequence of 'information  received  Chief Bnin  piocecded.to gather him  in.    It vvas only iin  searching him  lie  realised he had captured anew banker,  for bis pockets weie filled with cheques  and drafts to the tune of $178.), which  he probably thought, would be enough  capital to start on.   He tried it. Caley  with .lliej,first'cheque,'one foi*i,aboi!t  $300, but Bob's estimate-of  its  value  was not very, high, so he 'lent Stevenson $5 on,it till he could get it cashed  as" lie thought it a* bit too  big to risk  breaking himself.' ,   ' ^  - The.end-.of it, was, Stevenson was  brought beforc.thc" court yesterday and  the case adjourned, while, Jtevelsloke  people-are. quite satisfied'with the.  bankiug institutions th ey have already  r.nd'don't* want another, ,even if it is  one of Stevenson's kind.       .  THE EAGLES.  understood^ thing  ty  make  ourselves  ac-  Good  11  ithiin.'this  It is an  tliat we  ceptablc to the people about  us in our appearance  clothes only can  end. Wo soil clothes for the  highest class wholesale tailors  in the eastern cities. These  aie not cheap poorly gotten  up icady miules, but the highest standard of art in good  clothes. We only wait a  chance to fit you. . '  COME'    LV  1  en's- d;r;essy  SHOES  30  styles ,,to choose .  from and every pan*'  new and theup-to-the-minute  styles.  .You loose the chance  if you miss looking at these.  MILLINERY  DRESSMAKING   ' '  DRY GOODS .  CLOTHING  MEN'S WEAR  LADIES', WEAR  CROCKERY  GLASS WARE  ��������� GROCERIES  CARPETS  Ki:VELSIOICr.,V.  GOLDCX.  >Tlic baseball game, Revelstoke v.  Golden on the 24th vvas beyond doubt  the best gaine ever played on, the  Golden diamond Tlie game was fast,  and keenly contested from start to  finish, it requiring an extra inning,to  be played before. Revelstoke could  claim the victory.  ������������������      '    ,    ^  It was ii pitcher's battle from start  to finish, Golden having imported  Pitcher Neilson from the Vancouver  City'League, who pitched line ball,  and it looked very much as if Revelstoke vvas doomed .to defeat, At the  beginning of the eighth inning a word  of encouragement from Manager Lehman helped the boys to find Neilson's  drops and curves, which resulted in  the scoie bein������ tied. "In the ninth  inning both sides were retired in one,  two three order.  In the tenth inning Potter hit the  sphere, making Hist base, and by-a  neat steal managed to leach second, a  saciifice by Read advanced Potter to  thiid. Moir, who then came to bat,  sent the little spheie twirling through  space for a two-bagger, thus allowing  Potter to score the winning run.  | Sowerby, the last man to bat, knocked  a grounder to Neilson which vvas fielded to first, letiring the side.  Sickles' fine -pitching held Golden  from scoring any runs in the last half  of the tenth inning, leaving the score  5 to 4 in favor of Revelstoke. The  team work of both sides was very good  and many fine plays were mnde at  critical times. A double play by Sickles  to Calder and from Calder to Livingston was 'the star play of the clay.  Potter and Rend through a ruse made  a nice base play which brought hearty  applause from the Golden bleachers.  ���������   Score by'innings :���������  i   l  :i i r. .. 7 s 9 in h it v.  Kevol.-tol*o.'..l   11   (I   ll   0   (I   (I   3   (1   I   I!   .".   3  Gol/len 1   1    1   0   0   (I   1   0   0   (I   .'.   I   H  H'lltei-io--:   Hevel.������w>kc���������Sicklo-* nnd Potior.'  -   Golden���������Noil.-oii nnd Porlur.  ') ������  ,)> X  T,il-������-  -sf,-'.-  CniiiUil Aulliorlrad, Sl.lXXyXXI    Oii-iiUl I'lild Up, S3 IXXXXX). ' Host, $3,000,000.  Head Office, Tok'onto, Ontakio.  Hriuicliiis in Iho Nortliwost Torritorios, Jliiiiltoliii, Ontario mid Quebec,  tlio uillowiiiK I'niiitH in   Hrilisli  Col-imbm:    uniiilirook. Golcicn,  Nolson, UovolMoko, Trout Luko, Viuiooiivor mid Nictonn.    .  -A General Banking Business Transacted  -DoiKiyllH ltocoivod mid lntorost Allowed.  T  If Mkuiut-1. I'rosidont. D. R. Wii.kik, Vlco-I'rosicloiit nntl Qpiiornl llaiiiiKor.  a"   JJ     1". riAV.TsiMliuiliGoiionil Miin.iKor.    W. MofK.vr, Chief Inspector.  Revelstoke Branch, B. C-  SuvIiiks Doiiiirtiiionl-  Urnfls sold uviiiliiblo in all purls ������r Cimiidii, Unilod Statos and Europe.'  8noci.il allont  Klvon L������ collocll.iiiK. A. K. I'liirra, Ma������nRor  -Excursion to St. Leon;,,  . The excursion , held under the  auspices ,of the Revelstoke order of  Eagles on May 24th vvas much'enjoyed by those who availed themselves'  of theJa'ip.^Ncarly.lQft. peifaon's ,took  advantage of the same/'anib had1 the  weather been fine " the ( crowd ���������- would  have been more than doublc.I. r Every  airangeiueiit ,the Tianspoitntion Co.  could make for'the convenience of the  passengers was made as comijlete as  possible. , The scenery was somew lin t  mipaiied on the t'lirly part of the trip,'  but before ai riving at Arrowhead the  weather cle.irtd and gave the'jiiissen-  geis a good view. A short call was  made at Arrowhead, the band pmailing tho sticets, ancPtlicn to St. Leon,  calling for a few minutes at Halcyon.  On arriving at St. Leon the ciowd  dispersed, the niajoiity'uinaking. for  tlie hotel.  Mr. Grady, the proprietor, left nothing undone for the comfoit of his  guests, placing the baths at the disposal of the visitors; and foi the ladies  giving them the run of the house  The time at t^t. Leon .was altogether  too short and when the whistle blew'  we regretted we could not stay 'a few  hours longer. Mr. Giady and M)fb  Smith were thanked for the couitcsy  txtended, and the party wended its  .way homeward.  0 Your correspondent heard many  remark about the kindness iccuived  from the ofliceis and cievv of the  steamer Revelstoke, and we sco,i.o  reason vv hy trips of this kind should  not bo kept up, giving the  public the  COLLISION.  Two Freight Trains Meet Near  Donald.        , >  On .Thursday some ' sensation vvas  caused in the city by a report that two  freight trains had 'met in a head-on  collision between Beaver and Revelstoke. ' Supt. Kilpatriek immediately  staited for the scene >of the dhas-tei  with the wrecking train. The cause  of the disaster was some misunderstand ini*; with Beaver station a.s to  where tho trains were to pass and a  train whir.h should have been held at  Heaver was permitted to run on, coming into collision vvith a west bound  freight on the west side of the Columbia river biidgu at Donald. Fortunately no live1! were IomI, lhe cngineeis  and fiienion junipin'g-clcir' in time,  and none of the trainmen were hurt.  Oie Olcson, the contnictoi for the  tunnel at Pallisor, was the only man  injuied in the collision and he was  'not seriously hurt. ,- .  The engines weie a total wieck, as  the t ni ins were botli running nfc a  good speed���������one coming down the hill  and the other' with a full lead of  steam on to make the up guide ,-The  shock vvas 8iicli_.i,s to throw one of the  engine*-, onto the other. There was a  -10 feet bank'at the place'of collision  and one of the" tenders vvas throw n  clear down the'bank. 'Tlncc fie'ght  cars weie.smashed. .  Marion, the operator at Beaver,  immediately tendered his resignation,'  which'will not be accepted till the  investigation. Stition Agent Barker  is also Misponded meantime.  It is understood the vvieck'vvas due  to the operator, who had been up all  night and had1 been asleep, being  unaware the east bound,train had  passed'Heaver station,; as *it had not  been entered on the'station book, and  he advbed-.the 'despalohei at Revelstoke the train was not yet in., when  she was ordered to be held at Beaver  and the west bound train ordered on  from Donald     '     _   '"  Tlie'clearing' of the line' was a  r, coi il, No. 1, which had been hold at1  Donald,1 being able to got (through .at  midnight. ' ,- ,  The ' mountain division is "now  heavily handicapped for power owing  to lecent wiecks, as the engine which  vvas in the.Kicking Horse wreck is not  yet lepaiied, the two engines which  ,ivero_in���������tlic,DovVnie wreck cannot be  ready for . some time,-and ��������� the two  engines in this wreck will have to go  into the shops, which will now .bo  p'ueed on full time and probably on  oveitime.   , ' ,.        ,v,  With the Imperial Limited coming  on in a week's, time olid the "extra  power requited to handle it, there has  never been a gicuter demand on the  available power on this division.  The train from Revelstoke was )n  chuige, of Conductor Bongaid and  Engineer Shipley, aiid the westbound  train was in charge of Conductor  Law son and Engineer Murray._     >  CARRY A FULL STOCK OF  Groceries, Fruits  and Vegetables,  ONION SETS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS.  i r '     i ^  GARDEN TOOLS. ,       , COOKING UTENSILS.  BOURNE Bros.  ,    McKENZlE AYE.,    ,���������. ' ' REVELSTOKE.  -',  "    Agents for McClaiy's Stoves'and Ranges.  M reform]  The Man Who:  Selects" Now:.'  ���������.{���������  chooses his summer Suit's from complete*  C i r ������ ~     ft  h,7.-.     ^ P1 '    'l  stocks.  POLICE COURTS.  (' ,   'Even- 'style;<of .distinction���������every"  c staple' and novelt3^���������ev^er}'' Fit-Reform''  ' ,importation���������-is now,being shown." ' 7  i i,        -*-* --   ,  Man}1',patterns have no duplicates '.  on this side of the'Atlantic���������.mci cannot'  be .replaced when these,are gone. , -,,  *'. . . ��������� '    ' "J  V  It is   alwa\-s ' a pleasure to   show  Fit-Reform garments,'whether you buy  "'or, not.       ',-. '     '    -   ���������-'       - ���������        7i \  o _ .    '' .     '   " ,    7 . V''     /''".'  ' '   ' $15', SiS, 520 up. '-    .   v.  II  advantage of having  nominal cost.  11 fine outing at 11  MILK TESTS.  The, city officials yesterday took  samples of the milk supplied to the  citizens and the results are very satisfactory, only one sample showing the  addition of water, and three indicating  skimming. It was resolved to warn  the supplier of the inferior gainplc.  The results were as follows:  r,  Taken from tlie wnuoii-i���������  W.G. Watson   Laclo*  meter  ...   SI  Butter  flit  8.1  M.'tlco (Jinanti   H. Hny   T. Lewis   J. Mcl'li-iil (1) -   .C!|        Tnkou from the dniries���������  G. Aiider.-on   ...   2.1.1  ...   SI  >i'2  ... :t:.  ...   SI-  ...   SI  2.1  S.O  4?1  3.1  1.3  li,2  Sprained Ankle. Stiff Neck, Lame  Shoulder.  These arc three common ailments  for which Chamberlain's I'n in Balm is  especially valuable.' If promptly  applied it vvill save you time, money  and sulTcring vvl.cn troubled with any  one of those ailments. For s,������le by all  druggists.  NEW BUILDINGS.  0. P. R. Engineer Gibson proposes  to build a ten-roomed house on Third  Street, the mateiial used to be tin  cement bricks made by C. E   ITiunicy  ,7. C. Hutchison is clearing his lot;  on Connallght avenue with a view to  erecting thereon a lesidenco, bain and  stable.  I-I. ..J.' llimbury' has Jet to D. McCarthy a contract for adding another  storey to his residence on Second ptreel  and other improvements with a view  to converting it into 11 hotel.  E. C. Fromcy bus stnrttid const ruction of It. llowson's new residence on-  McKcn/.ie avenue. The building will  be of cement blocks, and we congratulate Mr. Howson on his enterprise in  tnking up the now building material.  Tlie site is one of the finest in the city  commanding a view of the Columbia  River and Jordan and  Kaglc Passes.  W. A. l<"oote has completed a handsome residence for his own use, on  Sixth street. ���������  ' E. C. Fromcy has the stonework of  the cellar for.C. H. IItime's new residence on .McKcnzie avenue almost  completed. ��������� ,  TICKET OF'lEAVE MAN.  On Wednesday the "Ticket of Leave  Man" was presented by the Dramatic  Club at the Opera House. The long  waits between the acts and the lack of  confidence in their own ability on the  part of some of the actors rather snoil-  wbat was otherwise a very interesting  entertainment.. The talent displayed  was of a'high class order, but some of  it needed decidedly more training.  Tlie proceeds were in aid of St.  Peter's Talent Society's funds.  Mayor Brown and W. E.'McL.uighlin  had a field day of it yesterday m their  capacity as justices of the pence.  Beit Williams, a machinist, vvas up  for assaulting >his wife by hitting her  on the head with a piece of iion and  k-nocking her down. The evidence  showed the deed was, done while, he  was intoxicated, as in his sober sense  Williams is reckoned a pretty ,decent  follow. Jfe was convisted and released  on suspended sentence.  Nina Skinner, a girl of about 17  years, was up on a charge of v.ignrancy  and also convicted and released 011  suspended sentence. ^ ���������  M Munay was charged with assaulting a gill, and was sentenced to 30  days imprisonment. This oft'ence was  also committed while accused was  under the influence of liquor.  " ' Fred Eraser, S. M , and 0. F. landmark also held police court, when a  man named Savage was charged with  stealing $20 from a fellow-employe at  the Revelstoke Lumber ' Co'������. mi  Accused had made restitution and was  iclensed on suspended sentence.  The police express their determination to,rid the city of a number of bad  characters'who have congregated here  lately, and will seek to have , an  example made of further ofl'enders.  It is high time  Hevelstoke got back  its  good   name   for  an orderly   law-  abiding   town,  and   a   terror   to  evi  doers.  Only one Kit-Reform Wardrobe in this city���������  J. G. Macdonald, Revelstoke.  HOMES    FURNISHED,   ON   MONTHLY PAYMENTS.  Another Carload of Furnituie just arrived.    Carpets, Linoleums.  Oilcloths, etc.    Sewing .Machines, Heintzman.Pianos.  R. HOWSON & CO., FURNITURE DEALERS AND EMBALMERS  LAWRENCE' HARDWARE ,00. Lm  ���������   ���������  HEADQUARTERS  IX, KOOTEXAY FOR  ' Paints, Oils,. General,Hardware, Sporting Goods,  Saw'Mill "Supplies, All Lines of Granite and ,-  Tinware, Plumbing and Tinsmithing.    -?'  Repair Work Done & Estimates Given  '...-.'        r ��������� ,      I        . '*        /        MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT  Four Room* Cher Store To Lot.  1XD CAREFUL ATTEXTIOX  "PHONE   35.  CHICAGO STRIKE  Chicago, May W.���������With the strike  spreading eacli hour in the lumber  district, and no sign of pence in sight,  nfl'airs in the teamsters' strike assume  a serious aspect. Unable to meet the  demands for police protection, Mayor  Dunne issued- a call for 1,000 able-  bodied citizens . to be sworn in as  policemen.  The number of deputies Mworn in  since the beginning of the strike is  now 4,000. . Armed sentries were  guarding the various arincuries located  in the city, and the ollicers expected  a call to arms at any moment. Fifty  thousand rounds of ammunition hare  been distributed among the four  regiments in the city .and the naval  militia.  People Who Eat  Clark's tender, tasty Lunch Tongues,  eat with a /.est and enjoyment unknown to those who have never tried  them,  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorix.r.-ite.I by Act of Parliament, lS-Vi.  HEAD OFFICK, - - MONTREAL.  Wm. Mouson Maci-iikhson, Pu-s. S. IL Ewrxcs, Vice-Prus.  .Ia.mks Elliot, General Manager.  Capital paid up, $3,000,000  Reserve, $3,000,000  way of banking business transacted without un-  Evrrylhing in  necessary delay.  Interest credited twice a year at  deposits.  current rules on  Savings Bank  W. II. PRATT, Manager,  Rkvklstoke, B. C.  Hill,  .Mite; a>  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Zbe Ifcootena^ flftail  PUBLISHED   SATURDAY.  " ���������AT��������� '  REVELSTOKE. B.C.,  SUBSCRIPTION   HATES.  Including postage to Kngland, United Slates  mid Canada.  Bv the rear [through postoiricc]      $2.00  Half ,  ,       ' 1.2.5  Quarter " " "      '115  Including Christina-, Mail 50c. extra.  ADVERTISING   RATES.  Measurement; Nonpariel [12 lines make one  inch). Prefcired po-ilion-, '-'.-> per ceiil,.  additional.   Hirth-, Marriages und Deaths,  ' 6Pc. each in=eilion. All advertisements  subject toilie appiovnl of the management.  Wanted and Condensed Adieiliseincnts:���������  Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Situations  wanted. Situations Vnciuit, < Teachers  Wanted, Mechanics Wanted, 10 words or  le-������ 25c., each, additional woid two cents.  Changes in standing advertisements must  be in bj* 9 a. m. '1 hursday of each week to  secure good display. Standing advertising  - matter will be changed twice a month without extra charge For nioie frequent  alterations the time occupied in making  same will be charged at usual rules.  JOB PRINTING promptly executed at rea-son-  , able rates.  TERMS-Ca=h.  vance.       ,  Subscriptions payable in ad  COUKEsPONIJKNCE invited on mailers of  public interest. Communications to Editor inu-t be accompanied by name ofj  writer, not necessarily for^puhficntion, but  an evidence of good faith. Correspondence  should be brief.     ��������� i  ,<. .  .  We request our numorous reticlers to  favor us with  thelp assistance  In  ,, making- tho KOOTENAY MAIL tho  most valuable advortlslnffmocUurii  In the Kootenays by {riving- tho  preference when, mnklnff purchases to those firms who aro  , regular advertisers in the KOOT '  ENAY MAIL,.  tions passed being  confirmed  by .the  creditors and shaieholders.  Misunderstandings vvill occur in the  best regulated families, but we are  glad to be able toannounce|ii mutually  agreeable settlement of the di Here) ices  involved, and as a result the )hn, will  bo in a better position than ever in'do  its duty to (he district as a newspaper,  an'd to build up a printing a.id manufacturing industry, the pros-pets ol  which are second to none in the west,  and which cannot fail io be an important factor in the industrial cnfcipri-je--,  of Revelstoke and surrounding district.  POLITICAL.  \ Hon. Charles Ilyniiiu, M. I'., fur  London, was sworn 'in as minister of  public vvoiks. 'Jj'he wiit, for' the byp-  e)ec(ionii) London is issued, nomination June (J, eli-ctinn June lit. The  bye-election iu North Oxford will take  place on the same date. A hot contest is anticipated in London, but  irym.in'.s leliun by a good n'-ajority is  looked for.  Kootonav LodKt No. 15A.F, &A.M.  The regular meet  nig- are held m the  .MithOiiic , Temple,  jddh'rilowb Hull, on  I lie third Monday in  i-.ich lnonth at I-  |..m. Visiting bret liii ii coidially wel  . (imi'd.  Six'itiri'Aiiv.  II   IIMII  IIHliM IIMIIIITfflWaiMBg^lrr'M  CONDUCTOR STEVENS  DEAD.  We regret to have to [record the  death at lliitl'alo, where, he ' had gone  to attend the Trainmcns Convention,  of Conductor D.O W. Stevens. ' He  was 46 years of nge and leaves, a  widow and several childrc.i to mourn  NAKUSP.  R.  MORRISON,  n ID I! NT 1ST.  Oi'kici: : i   '  THE  NEW   LAWIlE.VCE   HLOCK,  jVIcKcn/.iu Avenue.  DWARD -A. HAG G JiN,~  D  E  " ' Mining Engintskii,  -(Mem. American Institute Min tig Engineers)  (Mem. Canadian Mining    ., litute.)  '   Revelstoke, B. (J.  Examination of "and reports on Mineral Pro  ,, perties a Specialty.  "UGH    S.    OAYLEY,   '  .Barrister and Solicitor.  <-* ���������   *  .  OFFICE���������Corner of First Slieet unci  Boyle Avenue, Revelstoke, B. C.  HARVEY," McCARTER '-  AND PINKIIAM,  '   BARRISTERS1,' SOLICITORS, ETC.  OKflCKB :'   MOLSONS    BANK'  BLOCK,    ltKVKI.-  1  '- 8T0KK,  B. C. ,  , Money to loan. <  Offlceo: Revelstoke, B. C; Fort Steele, B. C.  Geo. S. McCahter,  A: M.  PlNKnAM,  Revelntoko, B. C.  ff  his loss.' Deceased was one* of the  most popular men in "the company's  employ on ''this division and# took a  prominent pint "in all matt'eis pertaining to railway 'labor questions,  especially in regard to the Brother  hood of Trainmen. w ,    ���������  A NEW INDUSTRY  J. A. Haiivev, '  Fort Steele, Ii. C.  J. M. Scott, LL.B. , ,W. I. Bi iggs.  SCOTT   AND   BRTGGS  '      .,  -,  ,   ,,     BAIlRiSTEUS.'SOLICITORS, Etc.  0     '      Money to Loan  Solicitous for Molsons Bank  ��������� First Street.       .   '���������-   ' 'Revelstoke, B.C.  rUbeilkootena^/lpafl  -      SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1905.'  ,    -OURSELVES.  We have to thank "those interested in   the' Mail Company for  the  fair and manly  manner in' which  they met each  other and   adjusted  their differences at the meeting on  Tuesday, ,and   speaking   for'  the  editorial   and' administrative   departments of the  business we  can  say that no effort will be spared to  deserve the  enconiums passed  on  the Mail'*: position  and   business.  We aim to take a course which we  can defend as dictated in the public  interest, and we hope to  make for  our   shareholders   an , investment  which  will  be  amongst  the most  profitable in the west, and of which  all who  are associated   with us  as  shareholders, merchants, manufacturers or customers shall feel proud.  The Mail is here to stay and to win  the esteem   and   confidence of  all  fair men, which we hope to de&erve.  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Meeting to Consider its Affairs.  The Kootk.vay .Mail docs not wish  '  to   use   it.-   columns   to   disciies   it.-  troubles vvith a   s-oction   of  it.-  .-hare-  holders, as  Fornr-  might  con-ider  we  were   not   .-t.iting  the  matter  fairly.  However a  meeting of creditors  and  shareholders vvas held   at the  ollice of  Harvey,   McCiirter and   Pink-ham   on  Tuesday, when matters wore fully gone  into.    The A������iigne'-, W. fi. Robertson,  presided, and pre-ented a statement of  the financial position (if the company,  showing it aM-ct!- not only wore ample  to pay its  creditors  100  cents on the  dollar, but to  refund its  sharehold'.-rn  the par value of their shares, and still  leave  a  surplus of several   thousand  dollars.    The assignee spoke highly of  the   healthy  condition   in   which   he  found the business,and one gentleman  Manufacture of Cement Blocks  This week E: C. Frbmey- stinted a  new industry which bicls fair, to levo-  lutionise the building aspect of the  city. This, is the 'manufacture of  cement blocks for .building purposes.  Mr. Fromcy has imported from the  east an up-to-date plant iv ith moulds  for turning out 63 rock-faced or smooth  patterns of blocks,'facings and' ornamentals, and the machine has been  started up at the site of the new^home  being erected for R.(Ilowson on Mc-  Keiizie Ave.    ���������  The blocks run all 'sixes up to 801 bs'  weight.-   They are made  of sand and  the best Portland cement mixed in the  I proportions    which "experience    has  proved to  give the greatest  stability  and -permanence.      The   blocks   arc  hollow .in   the centre, and   buildings  erected or this material aie- warm  in  winter and cool in summer.   J~~  * Investigation  "niadc has resulted' in  this form of  building  material   being  pronounced the  most sanitary known  owing to   its cleaiiess  and dryness, so  that it  is   largely   used  in   the  most  up-to-date hospitals, piisons and other  public institutions in   the east  where  sanitary conditions  are of  prime importance.    While brick and stone disintegrate with age  these   blocks  have  the advantape to improve all the time,  this being a well-known characteristic  of first-class cement.    So rapidly do  they consolidate, that  in   two   hours  from leaving the   mould they aie impel vious to rain or water.  The plant is being operated by F.  AlcConnell and W. Osborne, who have  bad large experience in the east in the  manufacture and handling of, these  cement blocks. They are" bound in  he building wjth cement mortar, and  one row thick of these blocks make a  substantial wall.  Mr. Fromcy was the first to give  Revelstoke a brick building, and also  the first to build a stone one, and is  now the first to introduce this most  up-to-date building material in the  city. He'deserves the best support,  and success in his enterprise/and we  hope* to see him do as well as lie  deserves out of it.  I-'n.m onrown correspondent.  O.   A.   Maybe   spent    Sunday     in  Arrowhead. .' '  F. liourne,  of  Revelstoke,  spent   a  (.few days in town.  Mis. J. Cadden, of  Three  Forks,   is  visit ing'friends iu town., '  Mrs. Isackson, of S.indon, is visiting  ���������hcr .-istci Mr.-.. 1). Craig.  Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thomas  spent the SMih in Kn.slo.    '  Air. and Mrs. ,1. G. Hillings siio now  settled in their new residi'iiro.  '['Mr    Harlow   and   family   leave   fur  I'ort Angeles, Wash., for a visit.  Mrs. Win'. Mclvissock'aiid dnuglitei  Alice,lvive s-hoitly for   I'oitl.ind,  Oie,  RC.bt. Morrison and family expect  Lo iciiiiive to Vancouver,in the cour&i-  of a few weeks."        ( <,  Don't forget _ that Niikus-p vvill  celebrate on July 1st, and a good days  sport cm l,o assured.  Airs. K. W. Jordan has been very  ill, but we arc pleased to s.iy she i.-.  rapidly recovering. '��������������� '  ' A nitid rslide on the lino beiween  here a n'd Roseberry delayed travel loi  sonic hours on Monday. ,- ' ���������  The C! P. R."boys are hard at work  prepaiing for"their ball, a lull <toport  of which will appear ne.\t week.'    ,  The government dredge, X.ikusp,  which has been undergoing . lepaus  here, left Tuesday for Revelstoke." -  ���������AIrs. '������,,0. .Thompson and ' f.iniily  also are leaving for Vancouver lo |oin  Mr. Thompson who is now settled  there. , ,   ''  W. W. FOSTKK, n.g.  NO   12.1. O. O. F.  Mcel.- every Tupsditt  evening in' Selkirk  Hall nt ,8 o'clock  .Visiting .brethren cor,  diully invited to nt  tend.     ���������  J. MATHIB. Skc  -NOTICE  "VTOTICE is hereby given Hint on the 21-1,  _L> June. llXli. at 10:������i ii. in..riin application  will he made hy lhe undersigned under the  mow ions of lho"l{iveisund Streams Act"'io  the Judge of (he ('Mini-, Court o! Kootcnay at  lliu Court House nt licvclslokr, 11. C, lo ll\ |h,i  amount which lhe iiiidcr.-Jgnnl shall he at,  libuity to elinrgo for lolls lioomnge, innings  driviigof logs liinher, lumber and ci.ifls mid  for taking cure of same until delivered under  anil hy virtue of the Order-in-Council granted  lo Ihe undersigned under-aid Acl empowcling  till' undersigned lo clear and remove obstruction-, from Mos(|iii|o Creek, West Kooteiinv,  ���������ind to make the smne III, for r.irting and dri\ -  ing thereon logs, timber, luinbei, rails or ci .UN  Dated this loth Miiy.P.lii,,.  .���������   ���������,      ' TirK VALK COLUMHIA1'  ,-t).K'20 LUMUKlt CO., LIMITKI).  NOTICE  "VTOTTCK i-i,hereby given lhat on Ihe 2NI  J_> June, 1805. at 10-SO a m., an application  will bc'mado by the iiiicIcm-ikiiicl under Iho  provisions of the "Rivers nnd Streams Acl," to  the Judge or the County Court of ICoolun.iy .it,  Ihe Court House at Revelstoke, ii. f!., to IK- Ihe  amount which the undersigned shall be at,  liberty lo charge for tolls, bnnmage,'rafting,  driving or logs, triuber, lumber .md ur.ifts, and  lorliikingicureof same until delivered, under  and by virtue of lhe Order-in-Council gi.mted  tp the undersigned under said Act empowering  the undersigned lo clear nnd leniovo obstructions from llnlf-VVay Creek,���������We.st Ivoolon.iv,  and lo in.-iko the same lit for rafting and driving thereon logs limber, lumber, rnflsor crafts  Dated this 1Mb May, 1SKI.1.  Red Hsse  Ilcgice mccls second and  fourth  I iicsihiys ol  each  inonlh; While Hoso Degiee  meets 1 bird Tuesday,ol each quarter, in Odd  fellows Hull, ^Visiting hielhren welcome. .  JAS.'I. WOODHDW. o   a  '   l'ic-,iilcnl. '.SecreLnry.  OUROFFERFORONEMVIONTH ONLY  'lo introduce our new strick wc vvill send In  niiul iirepiiid one of our $\.\w Aiiiericiin \Vn\C-  hi.ni Watches for'������7,VI. Geniuno. C'eriniin  nilvt'i-ino < use warriinlcd for'20 years move-  iiient warranted for llvcycrs. Positively onlv  1 watch to each customer. Send money order  or legistorod loiter. Checks not acceptable. .  Tho Montreal Co., 223 Carrall Stroot, Vancouver, B. C.     . TOlniHO  THE ARROWHEAD L.U1MHKH  ,    TtlOju'Jll  COMPANV  Limited.  LATE WAR NEWS  Mechanics, Farmers. ��������� Sportsmen,! To heal and soften the skin  and remove grease, oil and rust stains,  paint and earth, etc?, use The '{Muster  Mechanic's" Tar Soap'. Albert Toilet  Soap Co., Mfrs. ��������� - ,  . ^TaTentsT  Rowland Brittain^ iiatcnt attornev,  reports:���������  Frank Jones, of Victoria, lias just  received a Canadian patent on improved means for increasing heating efficiency of a kettle or similar vessel.while  resting-on the hot plate of a stove. ; Jt  provides a casing surrounding .the  lower part of the kettle between which  and the body of the kettle the heated  gases arc permitted to circulate," so  that the arcsi of the sides as well as the  bottom is exposed to the heated gases  of the fire.        " ,'       ,      ',<���������'_  Mr. F. T.ClitV.of New Wcstminfster,  is  the  inventor   of   a can   soldering  machine, on which  he has > received 'a  Canadian   patent.     This   machine   is  particularly   designed   tb   ell'ect    the  soldering   of  the    tops    or - bottoms  of   cans    of     large     size   or   having  square  or  other   than   circular  ends,  which cannot be conveniently rotated  through 'the  "solder   in    the   solder  bath vvith6ut  more' or   less elaborate  mechanism.      Where'"an   attempt  is  made to rotate a square  ended can in  a solder bath the corners aie liable  to  blow because each corner is unavoidably subject id toil longer imuu-ision in  the hot  solder   than "the   rest   of   the  joint.    To oveieomc this obj-clion Mi.  ClitV adopts the  plan   uf  dipping  the  entire  end   of  the  can   beneath   the  siilder._ vvlnli-  at   the  same   time' the  area of the ll.u  end is-   protected from,  contact with the  solder by a sheer of  asbestos or simihr   non-conducting or  solder repi-lhng materia,   upon winch  the can rests- and   is   darn* ed   during  the operation of "dippine.    The mechanism by   whir-h   the  can i-   .���������lamped  and pres.-cd iw.-nenth the molten sold.-r  consist? of a combin-itiou   of  and opposhr.;   -pring-controlk-n clamp  memlKjrs operated l.y a treadle or lever  The whole ;'.,rrn- a very complete and  ?.itisfact..ry  machine whir h  is* in constant "operation   at    iIk*   firm  factory in .New Wfstmin'-ier.  NOTICE ,  NOTICE'IS irKUEHV GIVEN that 110 days  f aficr dnte I intend to apply lo the Chiel  Commissioner of Kinds and , Woik-, for  permission to cut and curry away timbei  fioin the following described lands    ,  Commencing; at a post planted about four  mile- cust of Halcyon Hot Springs and ��������� about  three milesfrom Arrow Luke, runningnoithJOO  chains thence west SO chains, thence south 100,'  ������1iiuiis, thence east bOehaiiih to place of commencement. Containing an area of 3 suii.ire  miles. ��������� '  Dated this lath day of A pril, WOj.     '     -  !"'n2KI CJIAS. CALUiY  -&:Ja  ���������M  TV  "4  iitliiiiiNiiiifflw^ifiif  77m7y7mwM:&Emm ������������������,swa-s--   7^:7PPP.xyy:i:W7p7O:ymy:0m^  .WRITE  iillligs^^^Kli?  that  lliil'lj  Sfanstead Ladies' College  - Orders ',- >t -  New Seals Williams Pianos  p No other Canadian piano enjoys the  populaiity among Educational Institutions, Ladies Colleges and Conservatories  of Music as does the New Scale  Williams Piano. No other 'piano  stands ' the test so -well -where all that  is excellent in the way of musical perfection is required, and at the same  time.j durability aud all serviceable  qualities.    ' ' '  SUnstead Indies' College���������a exit of  which is reproduced above���������tested the  New Scale Williams Piano thoiough-  ly, and in competition with other makes,'  with the result already stated, namely,  ,the adoption of the New Scale-Williams  officially for the institution. The  following letter from Principal Flanders  gives the history of the case.' Stanstead  College-is' only one of a large number  of similar institutions which have taken  similar,' steps:���������    "    , '  NOTICE.  "VTOTICE IS irKHElJY GIVEN  ���������Ai\ ,(|ay-s after date we ini end to apply !o lhe  Chief Cominibsioiier of LnwLs and Works lor a  special,liconso to cut and carry away timber  from the following described lands in'West  Ivoolenay district:-  Hei  LaiK  Bend  lost," thence vest, 100 chains, foflovvirg" thii  ake shore, thence south 10 chains, thence east  11.0 chains, 1 hence north 10 chains to point of  commencement  ,-.   .^;, . gjj.  IklGap 28    BIG BEND LUMBER CO., Ltd."  negimiing at a iiost pliuilcd nt Deep Walei  ,an(ling on the Northeast Arm marked "Big  send  Lumber  Company'*   north-east  eornci  NOTICE.  NOTICE   IS   IIIORKUY   GIVJ5N . that  ^undersigned   have, submitled   to  /  ;��������� 4*  the  ,       .   -     , _   .. -     -    the  Lioiitciiant-Oovcriior m Council a proposal,  under the provisions ol Ihe "Rivers and  Streams Act," for clearing and removing ol  obstriiclions from Fastball Cieek, West Ivoote-  miy, and for ninking Iho .same lit for ran ing  I and driving thereon of logs, limber, lumber,  rafts and unit Is, and foi electing aud maintain  I ing booms for holding, sorting and delivering  logs and timber brought down said river, and  fornllacliing booms to the shoieot saidcieel,  and'Arrow Lake for.s.ud purposes.  The lands to be all'eeled by said work aie  Crown lands.  The rate of lolls proposed to bo ehaiged aie  such as may be fixed by the Judge of the  County Court of Ivootenay.  Dated J.'ebruar', -.iolh, l'M.~>. , '  011a2l BIO BJSND.LUMBKIt CO., LTD.  WHEN THE WELL- RUNS DRY YOU' LEARN  THE  VALUE OF WATER.. ./'.".'.'       ���������     <       ''���������'���������;  '.'"EXPERIENCE WITH ONE PAIR OF ORDINARY RUB-  CBER FOOTWEAR,PROVES ,X,HE VALUE OF FOOTWEAR,  WITH THE'ABOVE TRADEMARK.  NOTICE,IS HEREBY GIVEN   days after dnte I intend to nnii  We 6nd the instrument-! well made, the  action good rwith the latest improvements in  bracing and everything suggestive of durability.  ��������� , ls^,Tcl* s'r"������R, ������nd has a clear, clean tone  winch is very, pleasing. You are'at liberty to  send us two more of your instruments at your  earliest convenience.';  C. R. Pr^NDERS, Pmn., Stan-stkad Colleok.  , The Williams Piano 'Co., Oshawa,  publish three booklets on the history and  con stru-  c ti on of  pianos,  w h i c li  should be  read by all  c o n t e in-  platingthe  pure hase  of a piano.  They are  sent ,free  on request,  , ^, t or can bo  obtained from the local warerooms.  Cuban Diarrhoea,  S.  soldier"   who  served in (Julia  Russian   Force   Defeated and  300 Killed.  Tokio. May 2*2.��������� fn the direction of  Cliangtu on May *20th a   foice  of  the  enemy commenced   a   bombardment,  subsequently  another   Rus-'ian   force  with four guns appeared on the .Northern height of Ciiiyaiigpao, and at four  p.m.   two    battalions   of   the' enemy  advanced from the en-tern  -ale of the  enemy   enteird   Krhs-hihlipao.   where  tliey .set lire to tlievilliigeiind letreiited.  A body of  the enemy's  cavalry,   dismounted,  attacked   Tniigyhed on   the  right bunk   of the f.i.io. southwest of  I-'akiiiiicn,   on   the   morning   of   .May  20th.    After   an   engagement   lasting  two    hours',   the enemy   retreated   in  disonler towards the   southwest, sibaii-  doning 300 men   killed and   wounded.  Kxcept thece oollisionf.   between small  foreen, the  si tun tiou otherwise   in unchanged.  There in little new   from   the  "cone  remarked there was no business in the  of war,    A report comes from   Almoin  Sj.niisli war I-iihw wliat  - is ..ml I hut .nlinary  '.*o lil tl,*   nioie   ctk'ct tlian  L"  during   the  this   di*i-as-  rempdies lin  so much water      Cuban   di.nrlioe.i   m  almost as, severe   and   dangcious- n-> a  mild .if tuck rif'cliolerii."       i Ik-k* ib one  remedy, however,  that  can   alw.n-- be  depended upon a-, will I.e. .-ecu l.y" the  following certificate from Mis. Minnie  .Iiiool.-; of Houston,  Tf.\,is ���������    "f   hereby certify   that   Chamberlain'-   Colic.  Cholera ,\n(\ fharrhoi ,i Heinedy  c-iirit  my   hii-b,i::d   cf   a   -c-vere   attack    o  Cuban   di.iirlii.cn.   wliicb    le    bri)i,i;l>t  home from  Cuba.      We    had   severa  doctors    but    they   did   him   no good  of tlu.-i remedy  cured   him  I  One Lott I  as our neighbors will testify.  Cod '"or s(, *,,|!uahli- a m<>dicin  sale by nil drngi;is|s  city could make a better .showing.  It was resolved that the assignment  lie cancelled, the dissentient shareholders to withdraw and cancel the  lien they claimed against the company  and be given representation on the  directory, that the suits and injunctions entered in the supremo court  against these shareholders be discon-  continued, that the creditors be asked  to give an cxten.-.ion to allow the  business to recover from the''disorganisation resulting from the affair, arid  that the meeting adjourn for fourteen  days to allow of the business resolu-' ualities  that the KiiH.sinri.snnd Jiipnncfc fleets  met and the Japs were defeated, but it  is not credited. The armies are lined  up for a gieat battle, and eacii  claims minor victories in the  liminai-y encouliters,  The.   Russian    Admiralty    der:  RojestveuHky is ntceiing no'ith lo  battle to Togo and   will   try   to   wrest  from Togo the mastery of the sea.  Tsing Tan, May 20.���������The whole  Kussiari fleet is assembled near Woo  .Sung, and the German squadron at  Tsing Tail   is   preparing   for   eveiit-  sirle  pre-  ilni es  give  USE  Royal  Crown  O-Stp  And save Wmpporn for I'K'iiiium.s.  ROYAI, CIIOWJV SOAI' bus noeipml  on the market. Iirop u.s n en id nnd  wis will miiil you a catalogue illustrating the beautiful premiums we ofl'cr.  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B. C' Limited  thill  thirty  _..,,. ..    .piily to Hid  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for r>  special license to cut and carry away timbei  from-the following described lands m West  ICootenay district:��������� ,  NUMIIIIK O.vk .      -   ���������  Commencing nt n post nuirked "J. T."Barry's,  corner post" and planted one half mile east of  government trail, at.i point live and a half mile  on ro.ul to Big Ledge property, thence north  IU0 chains, thence west 10 chains, thence south  KX) chains, thence east -10 chains lo the place of  commencement. ' . ,.       -   ,  , ��������� Num iii-it Two   -  a Coininencing at a post marked "J. T. Barry's  corner post" and planted one mile east of a point  live and a half miles on government .trail to  Big Ledge propeily, thence noitli 100 chains  thence west 10 chains, thence south 1G0 chains,  thence east id chains to place of commencement. , ,  y          Ni'.vmi'u Tmtci:  Coininencing n post marked  " J. T. Harrv's  corner post" and planted one half mile east'of  a point Ihe and a half miles on government  trail, located on Pingston Creek,  thence soulh  lini chains, thence west 10 cnains, thence noilli  1(10 chains, thence east 1(1 chains to the place ol  commencement.  N'UMiiru I.'oijk     ,  Commencing at, a post marked "J. T. Harry's  corner post," and piaiitc(l,ouu mile east ol a  point live and a hall milesun government trail,  I hence south Mil) chains, thence v\es| II) chains,  thcuce north Hid chains, I hence cast III chains  to the place of commencement.  Nu.miiku l''iv i:  Commencing at a post marked ".I.T. Han-.v's  cornei' posi " and planlcd one mile east ol' a  point, Incaiid a hall miles on government liail,  thence north 1(10 chains, ihence cist,  III chains,  Ihence south 1IK) chains, thence v>est   III chains  to the place of commencement.  Dated Uiis-iTth day ol Apnl, 100.",.  i'.imHl i J. T. HAIlItY.  Notice.  Nolicois heiebj giventh.it the undeisigued  have submitted to the Lieutenant-Governor in  Council a proposal, under the provisions of the  "Itiver.s and Sti earns Acl," for clearing and re-  ,moving ol obstructions fiom I'ingsion Creek,  West iCooleuny, and lor making the same Ml  lor rafting and driving thereon logs, limber,  lumbal', i-ills and emits, and for electing and  maintaining booms for holding, sorting and  (loin ermg logs and tinnier brought down said  tieck. aiKhloi attaching booms lo theshoicsol  said cieek ,uu\ Arrow lake lor sunt purposes.  The lands lo be nll������ccted by said work are  Clown lauds and Lot blil, llioup One, Ivoolcna-.  District.  '1'lie rale ol'lolls |iioposcd lo lie ehaiged are  -itch a- niiiy be h\ed hy the Judge of the  County Court of ICoolenay.  Dated April 1st, IIHH.  i;i,')ic7       Dili  1J|.,.\I) LUAllllOlt CO.,  LTD.  Can be had in  Tubs, Pails,  Wash Basins  Spittoons &c.  FKOM    ANY    FIJIST    CJ.ASS  Artk-les which last,  so much longer  for pioportionately  less money.  DFALEK.      ' "  TD"SE3   3HX)3D"^3S   MATCHES.  CKKDITOItS THUST DKKDS ACT,  lOTICK   IS    HIOItKIJY   (I  I!W1."  \JOTICK IS HIOItKIJY II1VI0N' that 'I'he  IS Kootcnay illnil I'lihlislnng Company,  nl llcvelsloke, II. C, publishers, by deed dated  llllh .May, MM.'., assigned lo William II. Kobol l-  son.of Kevelstoke, li. ('.. Aecounlanl, in Iriisl  lor I he henelit of lhe creditors, of said Tin-  Kootcnay Mail Publishing Company, Limited,  all I heir mil and pcisoiial pi opei ly, credits and  c'lVets which may he sei/ed nnd sold under  O'cciiticui.  (-ri.ilil.ii-. iiii> ici|iiued lo send lo the said  As-agnec ou or l.efoi'.'the l."������!h June, 1110.",, |.ar-  li.ail.its duly vorilled, of then' claims and of  lh( cuiily, if any, held hi them.  V in.'cling of lhe crodi'lors of said dcbloi-  .���������-III he held al the oilier of llai-vu}, Jl.-f'ai-ti'r  un.I I 'inkli-1in. I inpei ml II ml, lilock. Iteielsioke,  I!. I' . on TiicmIhJ tin- -Mid .lay of .Vlaj, UK)'., at  - ji. in.. I or gn ing of (lit eel Inns with reference  to llie ilH|to-al of the cslai.'.  Dated this IDth ditv of Mny, Mill.",.  IUiiv l.v, .Mi I'Altl I.n JC I'IM.'II.VM,  .sohclloi-s foi ,..0(1 Assignee  ORIENTAL HOTEL  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords. ' Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.  ALBEBT      STOITE     ZPIR-OIE3.  20th CENTURY  BUSINESS  COLLEGE  VICTORIA,  II. 0,  .SHORTHAND!  TYI-UWIUTINf;  TKI.KOKAI'IIY  liOOKKKKI'INO  AKITHMICTIC  I'KNMAN.SHII',  Klc.  llioioiigh   IJusineis Tiiiiniiig.  Quoin tions submitted lor fiisei-ted Toot  ���������ind all   kinds nf repair work  liiisiiii-ssiiliiT (JNIO  trial.    I  stuck  til, l(IW('s|, IMlps-.  . .Shingle or other .Solid Tooth Sows  k. Millini-ii everywhere tire bendiniy us "renejit"  IOK|I3IT,S AND SHANKS  in  all si/1  ki-,1   iu  Subscribe for the Mail and  all the news,  A iTiingemeiits for botudiiig  Canadian pupils,  ���������NORTON; I'JUNT'/y I'lincipiil.  Revelstoke O'oriespoiiding Sir.  ;    .0. S. Disnt,  ��������� 63-5  1 I"  IV 'a.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  Newly built.      First-class in every respect.     All modern conveniences.  ��������� -   ' Large Sample Rooims. "7-7  Rates SI.50 per Day, Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management ���������/  J-  THE ICOOTENAY MAIL  r.^7  i 'j;M  TVt  "4  -- ,3  1'  ������>Vi-  CREAM  BAKING POWDER  4v5  cents  a pound   can  25 cents a half pound can  AT ALL GROCERS  ',' ��������� .* ���������  ' /'Dr?Price's Cream Baking Powder,is made'from  pure Cream of Tartar derived from grapes, and tlius  combines the highest leavening, strength' with- the  greatest purity and healthfulness.   ' ���������:  Dr. P'ric'efs Cream'-Baking Powder is the most,  economical to use,���������because it.goes farther in leaven-,  ing-and'insures perfect/wholesome.food.     , ,  It Saves Money and Saves Health  I'' 1 ������    * 1  MINING MATTERS  GRANBY SMELTER.  Great Record in Copper Mining  Gi.iiiby is laying, copper down in  Xcvv York, refined and sold, at a cost  of I etween 8 cents and ' 9 cents a lb.  The company is entirely out of debt,  has -ct aM(le Miflicieut money, to pay  for increase in smelter capacity, and  lia<! bought new pre perties at a cost of  approximately i).l(J0,000 out of its  earnings. In. addition it has a^'sub-  ���������stainiabc.ish suiplus, and will begin  dividend payments this fall at the rate  of 10 cents per shine quarterly or 4 per  cent,per annum on the par value of  the stock.  The ore average-- 20 lbs fine coppei  and approximate!*! .f 1 75 per ton in gold  aud silver. The minagement have  demonstiated the average .est of  handling a ton of oie will not exceed  #2.75...       .s     '     1 , L  I   ,  ���������ft  p    ������������������   1*71/ Vttsifc/, -^C^^y^-������^^^^/^^i^^  *, /       ��������� ,  ,  .  Chatham Incubators Hatch Spring  Eggs into Fall   Dollars.*  Ma> and June are the best month-, to stirt in    June hatched cliicka grow like needs (luring  the'early summer and many ol the rUks of the business are a\ oide'd if 3 011 Btart noiv.J ,  Every  chick   you   can  maturo  "CT  enn  and market in'October is worth  .'illeents, if not more. The next ihrco  mouths are the right oncs'in which  to get stinted in thb'chiek'en.raising  business There's good nionej in it ���������  and ,the women' folks and children  can do all the work that needs to bo  done in about one-half hour daily.  , The way to make poultiy pay is  to* get "broiler" chicks of 'uniform  .sire and weight ready fcr the market iv hen prices arc highest, and tho  only -way this can bo done is with0 a  'agood Incubator., Tho one that is  sine and never-failing is tho CHAT- '  HAM.   If tho egg is fertile tho chick  ' it, sine to be hatched every time by a  STANDARD MINE.  Visit ,of Fiscal Agent.,"   -  J)r. ])clairiatar,lof Rich' Hill, Mo,  fiscal agent of the' J'lince Mining and  Developing Company, arrived in the  city this week with a view to visiting  the company's mine at Standard  Basin. The doctor has come in too  early in the season to see the property,  to advantage, but has been determined  to see it for himself, even if he has.to  take the trip from the head of the  .canyon to the mine on snow shoes.  He left by steamer yesterday 'for the  mine accompanied by the secretary, J.  M. Scott. 1   ".    ,'  The,doctoi expicsses himself ama/.cd  at the'progiess of,,copper mining in"  British Columbia, which has-"achieved  the world's record in cost 'of production and smelting, and the announcement that the Gran by. Company-pro;  poses to pay quarterly 'dividends,'  equivalent to_ -JO'^per, cent on the  original selling price of' its, stock,mis  one rof������ tho most remarkable achievements in mining in America.  stylemaker, 'a man who hasn't an  equal as a shoe designer 'or maker on  either side of the water, same as the  general superintendent of the Ogilvie  Flour Mills Company, vvliocomeo bom  the,ilour .trust of the Slates, and is in  charge of the gicat Ogilvie mills, in  Montreal and Winnipeg, wheie they  make flour that is driving American  flour out of all foreign markets,' and  which, like Slater shoes, has been the  subject of extensive comment in  American newspapers- on account of  its superiority to American (loui "  "Yes, sii," said the Slater sine merchant, lis he closed the inteiviewto  wait on a customer, "Canada is'going  to show the States a thing or two iti  shoemaking as well as grain-raisii-g,  nation building and i.iihoad construction." ' ,  Just What Everybody Should Do  Mr. J. T. JJ.irber of Irvvinville, Ga.,  always'keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's' Colic, Cholera, and JJiarrhoea  Jleiuctly at banc! le.idy for instant use.  Auuckh of colic,'cholera morbus and  dianh.e.i come ,011 so suddenly Unit  them is no'tinie lo h'unt a doctor or  go'to the store' for medicine. Mr.  Baibei says :' "1 have.tiied Chamberlain's Colic, Choleia and JJiairhue.i  Remedy-which is one of the best  medicines J ever saw. I keep a bottle  of it in my room ' as ��������������������������� J have had  several' attacks of ' colic and it has  proved to be the best medicine I evei  used."    Sold by all druggists.  No Cash to Pay,,  . Until Fall, 1905.  Chatham  So sure aro we of results that we take-chances on your success before we get our  money for the machine."       ' ,      , " . '   *  'We will ship you a Chatham Incubator,' freight prepaid,  and arhe^ou two years to pay for'it;* Nothing to pay until  >0^Sinl)'ci-,"lC)'957   - '     " ���������  i '] he Chatham I.icubator pays for itself every  hatch,' and if j ou get started now, which' you  should, the June hatched chicks will have a mar- <  ket value of 50c. each l.y C-tobcr, thus enabling  you to pay for the Incubator without using ono  cent of money not earned hy tlie machine itself.  ,,0'ir beautiful and comolelo book, "How to'  Make Money Outof Chicks," te'ls tho whole story.  Xo poultry raiser can alTord to bo without it.   It's  FREE    Send for it -\OVV.  THE MA3S0N CAMPBELL CO., Limited  Dept  226 CHATHAH.ONr.  Di=tiibuting -Warehouses at Montreal, Qii".,  Ilrandon. Man : Cal 'ary, Alta ; New Westminster,  H C., and Halifax. N.jj.  Factories at Chatham, Ont., nnd Detroit, Mich  Also,Manufacturers oftlic famous, I linlliiiin  rnnnlng Mills nnd Chatham rami scales. Manson Campbell  , ' DRIFTS;  .    ,      .  E.'Puffer has located somc-moie  claims in Ihe mica belt in the Big  Bend, and declares if theie is a mica  belt anywhere that is one. His claims  are located between seven and eight  miles from the"Columbia river, so that  with a trail mica should ' be shipped  from these claims any time.  Geo. Goldsmith, who .was in the city  yesterday, reports lie is doing woik on  the Scout Group, and that the property is looking well.  ���������Work, is also proceeding at the  Mammoth." , '" ,  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposing of  I    Mlnorals on Dominion Lands in DXanl,  toba. tho Northwest Torritorios and  c    tho Yukon Territory. ,,      '  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  Royal Mail Lines.        <-  Cheapest Routo to the Old Country.'  ALLAN LINE���������From Halifav.  Victorian Apl    10  Bavarian. .    .     .     Apl.   17  Virginian    .-. .. Apl.   24  Tunisian               ... .May   1  CAN.PAC. ATLANTICS. S.���������From St. John.  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F  CUMMINOS,   Pacific   Aften  HENRY'S NURSERIES  NEW CROP  HOME GIIOWN AND  IM I'OllTICU  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  THOUSANDS OV KRIjIT  AND ORNAMENTAL 't'KEES  lMODODENIlKONH,   HOSICS,   (IllliliN-  UOUSl'l A.N'I) HARDY  I'l.AN'l'b  lor Spring planting.  Cut Flowers, Floral Designs, etc.  JJIfiK HIVES ANDSUPI'blKS.  KKKTII-ISI5KS.  EustiTii prices 01   li-w     White  laboi.  C.italugiie free.  Buy Direct���������Save Agent's Commission  M. J. HENRY,  Wit) WcstmiiiMtei   Koud  YANCOUVJiK,      ���������      ���������       B- C.  a great, way  in our  store.    What you  spend with us is an investment.    We  give you full value for it.    In  Furniture  as in niOht things it does not pay to  buy the cheapest, it soon follows the  cash. A really good piece of furniture  is���������if well cared for���������as good in 10  or even 20 years as the day it vvas  bought.  LADIES' DESKS  IN OAK  EXCELLENT DESIGN  WELL  FINISHED  Price $10.00 each.  let  VICTORIA,BC  WOOD YARD  I have started a peruianenfr. Wood  Yard on Thiid stieet. With my past  experience I hope to bo in a position  to satisfy nil rei-niiL-mi-nts of custom-  i-ib. Dry cord wood kept in stock and  Himplied in any lengths at reduced  prices for cash.  1 R. SAMSON,  RAILWAY  NEWS  .ON-SHORE AND AFLOAT. ,  The timetable "of " the Imperial  Limited, to be put on next week, provides that the east bound trains, Nos."  96 and 2, leaves .Revelstoke at 9-10  and 23-50,-and the west bound trains,  Nos. 1 and 97, leave Revelstokehat 2-do  and" 17-45 respectively. ' The east  bound-trains, vvill .leave Vancouver at  8 and 17-15 respectively. The Arrowhead train leaves Kevelstoke at ��������� 9-20,  arriving at Arrowhead at 1040; leaves  Arrowhead at 15-45, arriving at Revelstoke at;l7-10.  Mr. Smith, of Messrs. Smith and  Shei bourne, the Victoria contractors  who have been awarded the contract  for the C. P. R. station at Revelstoke,  vvas in the city this week to start work  on the building.' The contract price  is $25,000. '  The committee repiesentii,g the  Maintenance of Way employees on  the Pacific division met General Supt.  Marpole at Vancouver this week to  discuss a new schedule to replace the  one expiring June 1st..  ' INVADING THE AMERICAN  .    MARKET.  A Canadian Shoe Concern is  Creating Considerable Excitement in the States.  C. B. Hume and Co.,^the. fortunate  local shoe merchants who have the  agency for the famous Slater Shoe, inform us of an interesting feature of  Slater shoe enterprise.  "The American nevvspapeisare publishing articles cornnii nting on the  invasion of the States by the Slater  Shoe Company," they say. "They seem  to think it is something remarkable  that a Canadian shoe should excel the  best American makes in style and  workmanship, and be able to secure  the best trade.  " 1 do not see anything remarkable  about that. The Slater shoe has  undoubtedly beaten the world. Why  shouldn't "it? Is there anything  peculiar about the stimulating climate  of Canada that would pieclude the  possibility,of a Canadian shoemaking  establishment outdoing our southern  neighbours?  '* On the contraiy, they aigue in the  States that the further north one goes  the better the fish, the cereals, the  meal and the man becomes. They say  the North whipped the South because  it was the -North. Erastus Wiinan,  the great New Yorker whose writings  were known the world over, said the  brains of the world were in the North.  And when you look at the map, Canada's shoe-producing city���������Montreal���������  is not further north than the shoe producing Jccnters of New England, from  which, by the way, the Slater Company gets one of its most expeit superintendents, a man who has worked  years in one of New England's biggest  factories, and comes to Canada because he finds Monti cal beating the  United States in shoemaking.  "For styles the Slater Company  goes ,-traight to New York, and, importing the latest las-ts of tbe swcllcst  custom shoemakers, impioves upon  them  with  its  imported   American  Coal.���������Coal lands may be purchased at  Ml per acre for soft coal and fill lor an  \thraclte.    Not  more  than  320 acres  can  Oe  acquired   by'"one  individual   or, com  pany.   .Royalty at'the rate of un cenu,  per ton of 2,000 pounds, shall bt cullaited  jn the gross output.  *   Quartz.���������.Persons of eighteen yeura aio  jver and joint stock companies Holding  tree miner's certificates may obta.n eutrj'  for a mining location.  < A free miner's certificate" Is granted foi  me or more years, not'exoeeding rive, up"  un payment in advance of il 50 per an  aum for an. individual,  and fiom.?50  le  jlUu per annum for a company, according  to capital.        " " '  A lieo miner" having discovered minera,'  Ir, place, may locate a claim 1500x1500 feit  oy marklng'out the same with two legd  posts, bearing, location notices, ��������� one ai  each end on the line of the lode, ,ir vein  The claim shall be lecorded ���������������. ������..-. tit  teen days if located within ten ,ei of a  mining recorder's office, one . .ditlunai  day allowed ior every uddil...nal ten  miles or fraction.1 The fee .for recoidinji  'i claim Is J6. ,   -  '   At least $100 must be expended on tht  elalm each year or paid to Ine mining recorder in lieu thereof. When 4500 has been'  expended or,paid, the locator may, upon  oavlns a survey made, and upon comply  lug   with   other. requirements,   J I'rchaae  the land at $1.00 an acre.'  ... .Permission may be granted*!,^ ti e   minister of  the  Interior    to    local,.   (.������. Ion-  con tainlng iron and,mica,-also .������_��������� |. )e,, li.  the Yukon Territory, of an area *oi ix  needing lbO acres.  The patent for a mining locatl a ������hali  pi o\ ide tor llie payment of a roj ally o������ i\ pel  cent oi llie sales ot tlie products otitic 100.1,1011  -.Placer Alining, Manitoba and the M.VV  ]!., excepting the Yukon I'erritory.���������  placer mining claims geneinlly, are 'Iia/  leet bquare; entry fee, $3, lenewabk  yearly. On, the North Saskatchewan,,  cKlver craln������ for either bar'or bench, tlie  tormer being 100 feet long and-extending,  oetween high and low water mark. ,Tli������.  tatter Includes bar diggings, but extends  back to the "base of the hill cr ban*, bu.  not exceeding 1,000 feet. Where Biea.u  power is used, claims MX) feet WKla mu,  be obtained.  Dredging in   the  rivers  of  Man. t. bt  and the N.   W.  T., excepting the  i   kui  Territory.���������A free miner may. obtain onij  two leases ot live miles ei������clih������or a term  of twenty yeais, renewable In the iliscte-  tlon of the Minister of the Interim.    ,.  , The lessee's right lb conlined to t ie sub  merged beds orvbars of theTivei  below  low water maik, and subject to the rigliic  of all persons who have, or who may m  ceive entries tor  bar dmg'ngs or  bene) _  claims,   except   on    the    Saskatchewai  Kiver,' where  the lessee may dredge  U  nigh water mark on each alternate lease  Hold.  ' The lessee shall have a dredge in upei-  alion within one season from tho date 01  tlie lease for each hve miles, but when  j, person or company has obtainec .n.irt'  than one lease one dredge for eaca )U-  teen miles or fraction is sU'D.:ieii  Kental, $10 per annum ,for each jfl.le 01  river leased. Koyalty at the rate of 1 wi  and a half per cent collected on tie nat  put after.it exceeds *10,000.   ,  Dredging in the Yukon Territory.���������Sii  leases ol live miles each may be grantee  to a free miner for a term of twent*.  years, also lenewable.  The lessee's tight is conlined 10 liii  submerged bed or bars in tlie rivei be  low low water mark, that boundary to  oe faxed by its position on the 1st day 01  August in the year of the date of tht  lease.  fhe leso,.o shall ha\e one diedge in op-  of the lease, and one diedtt lur eaci  eiatioii within two yc.irs Hum tie oat,  rive miles wuliin six yens lioi.i audi  date, llenld.1, ������10u per mile for the tlrta,  yoaJ, and $10 per mile'foi each .inline  quent year. Koyalty, same as placer min  Ing. ���������'  Placer Mining in the STukon Teriuory  ���������Creek, river .gulch and hill claims *>nali  nut exceed 26U feet lu length, mea-=uie<  on the base line or general diiectlon o  lhe cieek oi gulch, the width l.eli.B r- i  1.UO0 to i.WI feet. All other pliuei claim  shall be SjO feet mi nine.  Claftns are marked by two legal posts  one at each end, bearing notices lititrj  must be obtained within ten da..s, it tin  claim iB within ten mileb ol mining it-  corders office. One extra day allow,  for each'additional ten miles oi liucl.yi.  The poison or compan> stakinu a .'.aln,  must hold a free miner's certlflcat e.  '"he discoveier of a new mine Is entitled  to'a claim of 1,000 feet In lengt!., and 11  tho party consists of two, 1,5m' feet alto  gether, on the output of whicn no roynltj  shall be ehaiged. the lest or Hie paitj  ordinary claims only.  Kntry fee, $10.    Royalty at the, rate o-  two and one-half per cent on the va-J-  of the gold shipped from the Yukon T*.  ritory 'to be paid to the Comptroller  No free miner shall receive a gram a  more than one mining claim on each sej.  erate river, creek or gulch, but the sain,  miner may hold any number of claim-  by purchase, and free miners may wmt  their claims In partnership by nitng  notice and paying fee of $2. A claim mas  be abandoned, and another obtained on  the same creek, gulch or river, by giving  notice and paying a fee.  Work must be done on a claim e "tn  year to the value of at least $200.  A certincate that work has been do i<-  must be obtained each year; if not, in.  claim shall be deemed to be abandon-M  and open to occupation and entry by a  free miner. . , _  The boundaries of a claim may be >���������>���������  fined absolutely by having a sur<:..  made and publishing notices in the Yulo-i  Official Gazette. ,     J  _  Petroleum.���������All unappropriated Dm n  Ion Lands in Manitoba, the No. th-wci  Territories and within the Yukon Ter*l  tory arc open to prospecting for ik-Itm  eum, and the minister may re������en > f>������  an individual or company hi,-ing .n������  chlnery on the land to bo ,*>ron-i>*ictwll,  an area of 640 acres. Shonl,, the prospector discover oil In paying quantities  and satisfactorily establish such <ll������co-������  ery.'an area not exceeding 640 acres, In  eluding tho oil well and such other lan6  as may be determined, will be sold to  the discoverer at the rate of $1.00 an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate aa  may be specified by order-In-councll.  Department   of   the   Interior.   OtU-*-������  w. w. couv;  Deputy of tbe Minister ol the tut*, ji  swings from over our shop now!  It means more comfort for you, better shoes,  surer value, safer buying.  It is,the symbol of the "Slater Shoe," and a  duplicate of the trade - mark:. on the" lining of  each pair where the Makers' price' is also  branded. f     ���������' ��������� ,    ,      /(-_       .     \     .      ,.   .  "The Slater'Shoe," is  the  only  Canadian-^  shoe made ih, a factory which makes no other  grade, 'price, nor kind. '    ,.'���������',.  rt     It  is - the ���������-result of specialism, of- makfhg7  but one thing at its very  |.corisidered.������  \- .This means select!  uniformly good grade.-  It means ' hiring, and  ��������� market,** because, ,o'nly  bot-f  l.y.,l..l  and at its lowest ^possible cost, quality'  -PSV  ������������������'fa  ' - ' ,  leathers, months ahead, so as to be'siire of  ', .. - j ,  '���������r,   f\  keeping,- the best shoe,, workmen' in the  a" Very' "good -workman is' quick enough  on such- critical, "work >to get'profitable, results for us out of.  using,our costly machinery.  '"'*.','���������  , ���������; ' It means ^charging against the salary of each! vrarkman  any pair of shbes he 'makes whicli is not'up to Inspectors',  standard, so as to** maintain uniform quality.      ���������'     ,'^ <'   -7'-,  i&.   , ������# r ��������� ������$* ���������;' ������������������'   >    \  -. Then, the Makers'- own price being stamped, 'With his  trade -mark,, on the-lining of'each "shoe puts responsibility/  for the hidden "wear, and comfort, directly upon the,shoulders,  of the manufacturer!'  ��������� - When a' genuine," Slater Shoe " goes wrong,. you' know  thai: i the Makers* stand reacly to make it good, up to' the-price  they themselves valued it  - ���������   >' Isn't this shoe-insurance1 of a tangible kind? , " -. 7       "    '  There isn't a shoe on this market'with so much -style,:  >.,.,*      , .   ���������     u       -       , r  combined 'with 'so   much',,wear, -comfort ahd-/ lit,  as   the  "Slater ���������. Shoe," which is* stamped on the  lining" with   the  -    ,"    "-    '    - ��������� _ r ���������     .'   .Makers'   'price, -.'viz. /$4>JQh6'-  or $5.00.   We want you  and see-  new stock," of  ������' '-  prove'  '. '<*  "     ....   ;  ,'- .   '""--'-  st'  t-  ';   *. ,-  '     ,- 3. '      Jl  "���������������������������"    ''..If  \t  '" r.  Sole Local Agents, C. B. Hume & Co.  The new Maple Leaf sainiilch  include models for Kiencli,  Ciil'im and Militmy IIoi-K.  Thoy arc a little iioatcr .mil  daintier tli.m you evei  iniagiiied Jtublier Footwear  could he made.  Ask vour dealer for the  Maple  Leaf  They eoat no nioie than  oidinarv makes.  J. Leckie & Co., Ltd.  Selling Agents, for the West  Armstrong Meat Market  Fn-l-elii-������-ii|i|ili>"- of U'-'-f- Mu"".  Pink. Small GihkI-.mil Kii|i|>lip- -hip-  pi'd io .my |i n I of I he rtumliy.  Onl.-i- l.iki'n for viiiniK |D!,r- -i^  \\ k- did .un! upw.ii il���������.  Mail oidri- pi nlly .itlrndi'd   to.  George Murray, Proprietor  Ai'ini-tt.iiifr. H- C-  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paia  F.   B.   WELLS,  Exporter of Furs.  Trademark-  d Copyrights  no���������  W. A. McDonald  PLA-STIOKICK .t J5K1CKLAVEK  JlKVKI-STOKJi-'  The only lii'bt-class pliihteier in town.  Let mc know your requiicinent.s.    A  Carload of Lime jiibt imported.  A Carload of Brick under order.  PATENTS an1  I obt.iinu! in all count!  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent  Attorney  Mechanical Attorney and Kiigi-u-cr.  Room ,'l, K.iirtleld lllock. Granv lllc <A.. nmr i'.i.)  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  postcard  v\ill secure an eveiiiiirf appoint  incnt for tho-o who cannot call during tlicdriy  It should be borne in mini that  every cold weakens the Jongs, lowers the vitality and prejjtrrea the  system for the more serious diseases, among -which are th* two  greatest destroyers of human life,  pneumonia and consumption.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  has won its peat popularity by its'  prompt cores of this most common  ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves the lungs and opens th������  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent core. It counteracts  any tendency toward pneumonia. ���������  Price 25c, Large Sise 50c  L  'I ho Muster Mechanic- Pure Tar Soap heal*,  ���������inir -often-, the -kin. vvlnlo promptly cleari-iniu  It of jticiKC, oil, ru-L. etc In valuable for mo  o'l.iino. Iiirincrr, nportnincii. Kree .-iniple of  rccoliit of 2o. for )io-Uige. Albert Toilet Soap  Co., manufacturer*. Montreal. ���������* ���������"  Signs of  Spring  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Social & Personal.  , COXVpY  A  WARNING    ']  that certain ailments:general  debility, dyspepsia,' rheumatism,   liver  complaint,   etc.,  ���������i ' need attention.'  -I,     There isn't anything better  than   a   bottle   of   our  own    '  ��������� it, t ,  J.       Tonic  Hypophosphites  i in  Made ,of the best drugs and  a,       ,     carefully compounded.   <.  'bniy$l for a Big Bottle  canadFdruc &  BOOK CO.  $100 pel aeie���������Com;) ittcc to examine  and lepoi t.  1?  A. Uji| i'i',   re   piuuliii.ic   of   two  ,. ..   . ,  , hose   i-ci'N   I ron i    Arrow head   Lumber  Mrs.    Lindiiiiirk    left,    Monday   for  Co.    liefc.-iul lo committee  &                                   ,              "i         I.    A.    upjici,   r������   claim I.,]* police  W. J'.. Mcrnnos has luen   ap]iointed   iisM-tance at *^iol and staling hei\u.,ld  Governor of the Yukon. '"' '"  *,     /.  Sunday Dinners.  A specially nil! lie i.mdc uf Sunday  (Illinois ,il ill,. Union lli,'l..|. l'i ice 5Uc.  ivIIIS. .MclCITTKICK.  V.m-  to  MARRIED.  Foote-Rogeks���������At    Knox     church,  Calgary, on May 22nd,, by  Jtov.   J.  -, -A. Clark, Wm. A.  Foote,  of Revel-  ., stoke, iind Miss Florence Rogers,  of  ./'Lakerield, Ont.        '     .   ��������� r  Local and General.  v On : Tuesday   two   fatal   accidents  occurred.in Rossland mines;  - - v.The Orange' celebration_ will  be at  Armstrong"-July 12th anil' Revelstoke  ,-,band will attend. '  ���������''-'The   dnxjg,. Pis. onr' the   way from  r   Arrowhead to start work on the river  - improvement work at Revelstoke!  V .'An excursion, has been arranged for  'Monday to explore the cave discovered  ' by C._Deuchsnian at Ross Peak.  71 The C. 'P. R.. station  at  Cranbrook  cplla'pseir Tuesday    injuring    eleven  ,     ''men, and one, Wm. Shaw, fatally.  ���������*-1 j ���������     , ,,       -        ���������*       ,  ]7 The .Revelstoke Insurance Agency  have  been > appointed   managers "for  eastern,U.rC. of the Canadian Casualty  ���������and' Boiler Insurance Co. <���������  ..... L. A. Fretz has turned out a ,mag-  ' nificent piece of.work in the shapo of  a-refrigerator with double plate glass  "   front for the Climax hotel.  "   "' H.,Colbeck, engineer of, the steamer  TJevelst'qke, has taken up a .lot of   18  acres on   the   Big  Bend  road  and is  having it cleared to plant in  orchard.  ,Thebarat   Halcyon   Hot   Springs  Sanitarium was broken into lastnight,  twenty dollars iircash "and a quantity  - of liquor being stolen.      There'ia  no  clue as to who committed.the theft.   >  J. Bull was the winner .of the pretty  cushion which ,was 'the subject of the  - . drawing arranged  hy the Altar Guild  of the Catholic church.    The amount  - ���������   realised by'the drawing was $134.25. '  ,., \ .cAshocking.story comes  from   Lac'-  .-.-du-Bennej, Man., of three   children  . being burned to death in sight of their  parents  in, a house which took   lire  while  the-mother was  assisting, the  '    father tb unlaad a boat.  .Monday witnessed the peculiar ��������� experience of Revelstoke being white  . with snow in May. Considerable  damage was done to trees in guldens  arid shrubberies,, branches, and in  some cases the trunks of the trees being broken by the weight of snow'.  The blocks of town lots which tlie  Revelstoke Land Company recently  put on the market are 'being rapidly  taken up, and it is surprising the extent of building and improvements  going on there. Fifth and Sixth streets  are now amongst the finest residential  ���������parts of the'city.   ' ' .  At the meeting of the  city council  .  last night Aid. McCarter said the city  wag paying i},600 a year to the province  for. prisoners  keep, which   would pay  the interest on a $12,000  lock-up, and  here  they could not get a lock-up for  ' the  city   that would cost only $1,000  and effect a large saving.    The matter  had been referred to  the   works  committee and Aid. "Lewis explained thev  were   waiting   to   see    whether   Mr.  Fromey's cement blocks   for  building  were* to  be a  success before making  final   recommendations.    He   under"  stood these blocks were very successful  and would be suitable for the purpose.  Mrs. J. P, Fordo   ha* .gone to  couver for a fovv'months.  '���������Mrs. .1. Ci. Macdon iid, has  gone  Calgary on a visit to hor sister!  A. M. I'ii.khaiii went to Trout Lake  this week, returning* Wednesday. ���������  JJr.i Sutherland has gone dial in  consequence of the serious illne<-''or  his fathes.    , ,  The , Ladies Hospital Guild are  organising a shirt waist dance for next  month in'aid of their funds.  Mis. J. Caley leaves shortly on a  trip to Ireland and her' mamy friends  here wish her agpleasant journey.  Miss Adair has returned from a  couise at the Methodist training college at Toronto, qu.ilifving as n deaconess.       ��������� '  W. M. Ilrown', president of the  Revelstoke and McCu Hough Cieek  Hydraulic Co.,' returned this, week  from a trip to the mine.,    '  .Mrs. Moscrop, wife of C. IV ll.  engineer Moscrop, and family ai rived  from'the south this week to take up  their residence in Revelstoke.'  Mrs. WnlIcy, of .Nelson, who'* has  been on a,visit to Mrs. 0. M. Clark,  sang a solo ,at the evening service at,  K'nox church on Sunday,evening, the  number being much appreciated by  the congregation.        c,        , <���������'  The many friends of W. M. Lawrence will bo glad to learn that he has  recovered from an attack of, giippe  which conlined liiin'tu���������hi& home for a  week, and that he 'is again able to  attend hia business.  Assistant-superintendent JjC-Ws, ,o'f  the Canadian .Northern, with head-i  quarters at 'Winnipeg,, is visiting his  relatives heio. He is on'a trip for his  health, just recovering from an attack  of typhoid, and is accompanied bv .Mrs.  Lewis.' ,*, t ' ,  , .  Mrs. Sine and Mrs.' Cle've Hall  entertained last evening at Mrs. Sine's'  home giving areuch'ie party, in which  Airs. Jjiiwronco won the Indies, prize  and G. S. McCarter the gentleman's  prize. A most enjoyable evening was  spent by the guests. -., -   .  A. A. Macdonald, of Murry River,  P. E. 1., is visiting his brother '.J. G.  Macdonald. -. Air. Macdonald is very  much impressed with the city and  country/and vvill be hcic for two or  three weeks. . Having sold his business  in the east he will probably 'go into  business ih JJritisli Columbia.  Mrs. Barker"returned to her home  at Beaveriiiouth, Lorn' the Golden  hospital on Friday the 10th; where  she has been dangerously ill, and i6  now doing- nicely. Her daughter,  AJay. who suffered a fracture of the  skull from a fall on May 1-1 th, ic-  turnetl from Golden with her and is  also doing nicely.  - On Monday R. S. Anthony's eldest  daughter May gave a birthday party  to a number of her young fi rendu, her  guests including Muriel Porter, Gladys  Urquhart, Marjory 'Young, Doris Ale-  Carter, Maud Robinson, Ruby Burner,  Bella Laiighton, Douglas McCarter!  her sister Editli, and brother Gordon.' I  Games and music were provided.' The  guests enjoyed themselves thorough I v,  and left wishing their little hostess  many happy,returns of the day.  ic-l'oi*   matter   In   Altorney-Geneia.  On mot ion of Aid. MeCaitir, .seconded  by   Aid.    Lewis, ' icsolveJ   to   infinm  Mr.   Upper   his iwpliiiinlion   was  not  sutiifaclory.  C. I'. 1!. iigieeing lo   pipeline   being  run   iionn,B   hack" nt Duiiuliis-   St.  on  usual conditions. ,  n Un������,lorn linn, offering In supply Iiio  alarm system of improved type.���������Tho  Mayor explained he had'examiiied the  sys'toni vvhuii at Oitiiwi, and was ad-  vised it was .i lirst-cla-s system for a  loiwi like Ihi.-, lie, suggested the  matter be li led for luti'ire reference.���������  Aid. McCarter said the ho.\e������ , now in  use heio vveio no good.  yy i'ei'okts. ..,   "  The Mayor reported exam in ing iho  culvert but did not see they could do  anything except, give it, ,a gcner.tl  overhaul ' .  Aid. Lewis lcported Aid. Field 'and  he hiidscon tlie Bowman Lumber Co.  ���������concerning the complaint, about their  burner hut the company had already  taken steps to lemedy the matter   *  'Aid. Abralni'iison icported on eoiii-  plnint of removing earth from Kiist  St. they had to wait Air.' J3i ad ley's  return.    .,., ��������� ' -    ''>.  <     t C!i:.vi:i:ai,'. '  Agieemeiit'   vvith   Ji'nink    Marino,'  drawn by Aid. McCarter,  to 'give city  title to land used for powerhouse 7iind  llunies was submitted iind approved. '  J. Nelson applied for  city scavenging rights.  Business Locals.  TODO FUJI  has reopened a  RESTAURANT  on^Mclveiizie Avenue.    ,  Open Day and Night. First-Class Service  1.171 e  Clocks 2 Clocks  8-Day, Ilalf Hour',*1 Strike,   for  '   $d.00oiily.     Limited/Number.  J. Guy Barber  NEWBA  Revelstoke Bestaurant  Airs. If. .r. linn bury,'Man a gross.  First-Class Table.  Private Dining Boxes.  Ij.'irtfo Diiiiu'-rnoni for  .111111(11101-., Suppers, etc. ,  , Furnished Rooms To Let  FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE  We have a limited  number of  * ti i.     i   , ' t  Five-Acre  7     ^  Fikst Class Meals  At Am, IIouiis.  0YAL  RESTAURANT  NOW OPENED AT  ARROWHEAD.  1.  (P ^    '��������� : ���������       .  Hoy, Proprietor.  , ,,J. O. AJorjj;,in will open his  ,   ��������� ���������        new IJ.ii'hei' Shop,  '���������'  FIRST STREET  On Alondiiy, .M.iy 1st. '' Old Custoniers  .���������ind new (.'im depend 'on leceiving the  best attention. , ' '  instalments   .'tin!, string  'kinds  at  Canada   Unijr  !^C    11b-  ��������� Aliisieal  littitigs of  store.  < Cut,prices ,in   go-carts.'  Lai  U'l-tnient at RaJIowson X* Co's.  Private funds to, loan on real estate  security,..'Apply tovScott, and Briggs,  Uai-ristcrs, Rcvelatoke, li. G.  MOnos Fi nit,Salt .$1.00 a bottle, .lust  thcthing foi dizzy headache., Sold at  Canada Drug stored    ' '        "',    ,    '  Aliss Alartin liom Vnncoiivcr, has  charge of'C. IJ. I runic and Co's.^Dics*-.-  niiiking Dopai-tnieut,'"aiid welcomes  the ladies to visit her.,  Fancy vases, half price tb clear out.'  See tho window full of, them at the  Canada' Ding atorc.'  . An advertiser offers for sale a No.'!)  AlcClary kitchen ningc with reservoir  little used, also an incubator.,  Jt. ll. Truoinati's studio is now  opcnecl, 'in chaige of K.'" li. Benson,  formerly of Toronto, who conies highly  .recommended as an export photographer.  When you want it saddle horse,,, a  rig, or carting done, eoiKUo C. <Turn-  rpss's livery stables, Victoria Ko.ul,  and you^ will receive punctual and  first-class service.        ',  . Family Herald and Weekly Slar  and Ivootenny Mail all to end of- l!)05  for .$1.00. Send in your subscription  as soon as possible and g������t. the boat  nnwspitpe'r value evei ollmeil. ',Addree!  The K'ootk.vaviMaii, Itevelsioke.'B, C  E.J.Bour'ne  ���������7    , ,i  . Boots and Shoes,   . '    '   ,  Men's'. Furnishings," . ' ���������  .' ,Ready-Made" Clothing.  PIANO TUNING AND,BBPAIBINO  ,, M.' S. HASTINGS'.  Practical Piano Tuner and Rep-iirer  Eight years expeiience.  Leave .Orders at Alltini's Jewelay, Store  Aladam Gn'selda (the celebrated so-  priino) says: '-The piano I used ,*it inv  concert last ni^ht, anil which w.t's  luiiccl by you was done piii't'ectlv, and  I lound it in excellent condition.'* *  '    , 0l)7tc  FIRST STREET,    =   WEST.  THE CITY EXPRESS  ,  E. W.,B. Paget, Prop.,   ,  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  ������tc, to, any part of the City.  Any'Kind-of Transferring  Undertaken.  i \  ���������,'TBLKLMIONH NO. 7. *    . "  THE,'     ' i,'  ALBERIA EMPLOYIWENT AGENCY  '  ,   Licensed.   , "-  ��������� '    Kefrisie.ted.    ',  CALGARY,"AL.TA. ' '"   ���������  '   Giso. McLean,   -'  Ala'nutfei'.  "OTEL,   HESTAUH.ANT-& DOAI-  , liSTI C 11K L P, RA NO 11 -11A N DR,  T iAAISTKRS & LALiORKRS iurnish:  ed on short notice. ' ��������� - , c '  Ollice: Room 5, Burns JJIock.' \  7UM0   .";��������� ������-J3ox sl0, (J,llSfl'y' A1 tH- '"  H!  ott  When You Want -.    " ,,  A Hack  VVing Chung's newly imported   stock ,of'Chinese  1 and Japanese goods. ���������  The best assortment'ever,  .landed lin Revelstoke of  useful^ and''" ornamental  articles:  fr /  adjoining^,^the City, liixi-  its suitable  for,Fruit  Culture., oh which Van  easy living* for a family  can be made.   It is a  well-known; fact that  the   soil ;will .produce  anything" that can be  grown in Canada, Call  in and enquire about  the location and easy-  terms, of payment noyr  being offered for bona-,\;  fide settlers;: ;  ",,r ���������'       - *  -   .. "-      ' >'  ;   ���������",<���������- , , ���������   '!,',       'i*     ",.,-���������"s  A few choice Residential Lots still left in:  the heart of the City;  ��������� p ���������  Night or day,  Rin'y up-'rel..  No. 27  Ten services  I'lllll-S  ll,i*.kuljj '  t'line Cliaiis  Hamlkorcliiers  'Klowcr 1'olH  Umbrella SliuidH  Ijiincli Jl.iskets  Smoking Jnukcts  ' Silk Goods.  . ', "   "      GOLD FISH  l.'incst stock of. candies' and fruits'in town.  __       r- Front Street,  Revelstdke  NOTICE  WEDDING.  On Tuesday, at the fresbytcrian  church, Calgary, Alderman ' Koote, of  Revelstoke, und Alks Rogers, of Lake-  field, Out., were united .in mnni.it-e.  The bride and bridegroom spent a'dav  or two at LatitV and arrived in the citv  last evening to take up their icsidence  at the handsome home which' Aid.  Foote has just completed on .Sixth   St.  Last evening the hand and No. 2  lire brigade turned out to welcome the  newly-wedded couple, .-ercniiclinsrtheiii  and providing an elaborate "oyster  supper. Handsome    piesonUj"    of  fmniture were m.'iilo by both organisations, and a .pleiiMirit evening0wa������  spent with m'usic .-ongs, gamos, vtc.  Mr. and .Mrs. Koote have leccived  many ]iresents. '" We are sure the  whole community will join with u- in  wishing the newly wedded couple a  long and happy wedded life.  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  Camp Mountain View, C. W. O.  Clark's  is the greatest Blood  Purifier on the market  Gibson's  for that Tired  Feeling  is Unequalled.  -    .--, _ \Y..  held a successful "At Home " iu Selkirk Hall, last p-pnin-r. about 120  heing present. A programme wa.-  lendered consisting of* Piano solo. Mr.  Yeiteli; song. Miss Mvrtle Cuhei-,  chorus, C. W. O. W. Afcadow Larkis  =ong, Mr. If. VV. Edward.-; club .-wing'-  ing, Dr. Morri.-on; chorus, C. U". (). \V.  Mpadow Lark.--.  "After the  programme  the  dancers  adjourned to the lower hall, and danced  till    1-30,   when    the    Camp'-,   thiid  successful "At   Home''  wn  to a close.  Ma.~o.vic���������I). (I. M. Un,. Harper, of'  Kamloops, vi.-iced ICootenay L(.dc;e on [  ������������������Saturday, and was entertained at a '  banquet.  liA'rirrioxi: ,Sivn:it;,.���������At meeting of  the Grand Temple at W'e.-tministei  the following Revelstoke ladies were  elected officers ��������� Grand Manager, Minnie  Agnew; Grand Mistreesof Records and  Correspondence, Lillian Van Home,  Next meeting vvill be held at Xanaimo.  I.O.O.F.���������OnTiie������day the Oddfellows  held an '*At hymc "at, Selkirk Hull to  celebrate the union of the Revelstoke  and Selkirk Lodges. There was a large  attendance. A dance was held in the  lower hall and cards and games on the  upper floor. A kooiI time was spent  Mrs Ltimb and Air. Doyle provided  the music for the dance.  ���������, CHURCHES.  St Axuki.-ws���������-A large number of  ladies ami young people of St. Andrew's chinch tut mil out to meet Miss  Robinson, Meld secrotaiy _ m" the  Women's Home .Missionary Societv,  (Western division) on Thin.-day' evening at the chinch. The opening  e.\eici.-es were conducted by tin- p,i-  toi*. Miss R,.liitisnn gave u staleinciit  of the nini- and pi ogress of the s. oietv  foi mid a yen i ago. An auxiliary  society wa������ oigani/ed in coniieotiou  with the young people of the coiiiiie-  g.'ttion. The following were elected a-  ollicei." of ihe Auvili.iry .  Hon. I'n -ifli'iit. Mr^-. A. I'.i) in-  I'residont, Maggie Ca!d*-'r; 1st Vice-  I'res., Xeiiie AI.icR.ie; "iml Vi.-c-l'n.-.  .fosie Ain-lie. ,-^. eretury. Li/./ie Aim-  strong; Ticu-m-r. Mr.-."\V..\rn..,ti..(i,.-:  .J'ioncer Sceret.try, Hilda H.>!.!,-,.  The A iid, i..;*y '-.ill m.v: .... ii���������. *i.���������|  .md (th Motni.iv of ,(,i, |, montli .it'  ���������I p. in The diiU'iTiti '���������juniiiiitit- (,,  In1-ip|������.ii-tii|iit tiif |!r-t r-'-'!il,ir liiL-t-  in������ on Monday the '2'M\, iu-t. A  (deeply 'iiiti-i-c.-ti:,g m>-ifi<rj; vi is  broii^'li' (,. ;i,; .,-e v.itn the l,et��������� diction  by the p i-(or.  .Sunday   servit-r Mcilii^.-   at    II.  Even ing nl 7.;;o.  Mi.riiom.-i���������Sen-ires .���������nnduetrd by  lllf J..IM...'. R.n*. I* I| V. S(l*l���������>'I.,,,r|  Stibji'cl- ; ,\. m , "Iho.igln- Iii.ii, il...  Mountain-.'' p m , ''Do,' (,n,n, ..  need."  IC.vov���������R.n. ,\(r. \J.idill oi   V.inc.'i.  Stand at- Union Hotel  J. M. McCallum.  ISotice is hereby ������iveu that the part  nei'ship hitherto e.\*istiiig"''l)etvvee'n ,J  triiilo, &iini 0,iino7.'/.o",in'd Baldo.Breg  olissi, cii'i'ying on business as mei-ch  nuts nl, Revelsloke, has been dissolved  oy mutual consent, and'the said1" .I  triillo liui'oby gives iiotiee he will not  lie i('sponsible for any li.ihilitiesWin-  ri'd in connection with the said husi-  nossulieivM-iy Kith.  ~>-������\*M       - "      .1. Gallo:   -  i  ���������  ��������� * . ii  ��������� , "ll  m  A consignment of this famous  Tea just arrived, put up in lead  packets only, by expert tea  tasters, and every packet guaranteed. A trial' packet will  convince you- there arc none  hotter if any equal. Do not  lortfct the name  .WANTED"  F  I7IOR SALU-One AlcClary Famous  Kitchen Range No. I) vvith resei-  von, very hule used, price .filo; also'  one .-Uegg Victor Incubator, with  iiroodei, in u-ood winking order, $23  (���������oinploLe; a lew sundries rhe.ii>. Applv  Kootenay Mail ollice.  rnO RENT-FURNISIII3D llOUSIfi.  JL Joi three, months.' .J. J3. , Korde,  AIcKi-n/.ii- Ave. 1721  w  gh.in, Revelstoke  ANTED���������Ifiuir send earpenleis.  "ern  7.-JI  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  CARPENTRY, JOINERY, CABINET WORK, AND GENERAL  JOBBING, FINE WORK A  SPECIALTY. NO JOB TOO  LARGE.OR    TOO    SMALL  CholSt Materials in stock and Workmanship Guaranteed1  - n.  WANTED KNOWN-AI1 kinds of  loose-leal aecotiut hooks, card  inrlexe-, and special ruled, perforated  or punched papers may he ohtained at  the Kooi'i'-.VAV Mail IVintinir Ollice.  v-r will .ig.ini foiiiiurt .-eivifc (.  ro.v iiiorniiic and I'vriiinj;.  .ii.i.r-  SOLE   AGENTS  -i.irj'ir- f.,r  Tot!..- liuir.l er r.io'ii^ui.. ('iiiiiihi-  iii.. ( n> ..r n,.oii.i..!>,. t  I li������r,-l>i ,i|i|,i) !,.r 1 lioli-l Ijr,'!.-,- !���������   nil w,ijp.  , .|iirn-. I,<-r or oil,,,r f,T���������i.ini,.,| ,,r ii.i.,m, ii.i.j  )..-,.,,���������l,f I !"!"r- ���������"''"��������� '���������inl'li-,1.- ir.l.'i,,!, ,1   f,���������-  ������������������  (���������.,,���������.  IMlUl^'Ilt j -.l.l.ll.. ���������n l.,,l| ! >n Ml.,'���������I, 17    l'i.1,   >.,.*V   l;..i..|. I  Jas. L woodrow,  , BUTCHER. "  Retail   Dealer  In~-'~^aaam������&-  BBEP,    PORK  , MUTTON, Etc  Fish and Game in Season.  All order-, jiroinplly lill.'.l.  PICKS!  The Rest Clay in Okanagan Vallev.  Well-burnt Bricks in large or small  '|uantili(>s at reasonable puces-.  ENDERBY BRICK" &TILE CO.,  (i<>Vli ��������� "��������� Enderby. B.C.  JIas just opened up his new season's stock of  - Carnages' and Implements.    ,'  These include Garden "Seeders,  Plows,   I Tar- ''  rows, Farm Implements of all 'kinds. 'Light  and Heavy Wagons, Light Buggies, Kigs, and  Molmc and Faircliild Wagons.  . Shoeing-   a   Specialty.  Wagons Made and Repaired.  ^ _-,^pu7 . SB0OND STBBBT| RBVELST0KB^  TheBest Ice Cream I ^^^w^w^w^w^^  D..I,',! .VI  7l(ljcJi*.  <v rin. [���������'!���������;  ll  J  irvMii in  NOTICE.  otk r: I.-* iii:in;iiv him-.s.  jREVELSTOKE, 8. C,  ('ormT   Doii^m  (lll't IVIIIS -��������� Ifft-  n the City is to lie had at  WAH CHUNG'S  RESTAURANT, FRONT STREET  I-'iimilics, Picnic Parties and Social  Gatherings supplied with fresh  Ice Cream at  y  *>     M-riifil  Ji.m -.itlirnit*i'*| tn tlif Lit  lu'lh.Ml.'Ii  ���������   ���������        *��������� -   -  ,,, l,,'-   ijim'i'cr, o,..  IniviTlKir in I mincil ,i i.-'iiim.-iI    im.!,T'li.   i,r,.  iismri-nr lli������ Kivr^ nnil st,...mi   \.-t  rurd.-.r  iinr .iiiil  -,'in... iiiu i,l ������li-ir,i,ii,,i,.   f-,.111   Vr���������j\  ( r.',.l. in ll,.-ili-tri.'l ,,f   -i.h,.    ,,,���������!   >..- ,,,.,u 1.1 - (  lliq-.iini. Ill ri,r nriin.-   111.I ,|riMn_* tl,������r, ���������:, ,,| 1  !,,!.'-, Iiinlwr  iiinili'ir, r ifi    ,.,,.) t r if: -   .,..,1 f,,r ,  ������������������r'-rlllKf    I    imiliiliiiriiiK  ,1 1111       !,,n;..,   ,���������,|  <���������.111.1I-  fi.r hulilinu'.   ..riinj n.ii  ,|i im.nin. ���������,_-.  an,I lnnl.'.r lir,,ii--l.i .|���������wn . 11,1 ( r.-i.l  Tim I nut-  to Ik>  alT-.-tn,!   |IV    ,,lr|   A���������..    ,r,]  Wm. Fleming,  vv)",!,-ii��������� .md ):���������mii  Meat Mercliani.  |-r,,\, 11 l.iii'l-  Tlic r.ilc ,.f I,.II- ,,  n.l.lli ..-. rn.f\ 1���������- h  f'.,lllll\ ' ...I., of *,  il,  D.il.-.l il... .'.ill. J|  !>r,jp.'i,  i-i-.l   I,, I,,, p), tr,.',,!    ,-,  l>>   Ih."   .I11.I -���������   r,f   th'  I*'it-.h   ,uk\   G.-tmi*   in     Se.,v,un  First St, Revelstoke.  or +2  60c. a quart  .1 gitl.oii.    Telephone your ordeis  CII:aM*:D I'CNIlKlf.S h-Wic-mmI In (liu iiiiiIiji  M    -i!{ii;<l, iiiui eii.lr.iM'il   "'l'i ikIit fin*  r'o-l  u  i'������r,  KI-.MIN  ]\'  NOTICE.  MONEY ORDERS ISSUED  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  Careful Dispensing a Specialty,  CITY COUNCIL.  Regular meeting last night. Present: The Mayor, Aid. Field, Lewi*,  Abrahamson, Mcl.coil, MoCaiter.  F. J'^rascr, olloring to sell land at  Illecilliwact  for  clrmping ground at  OTK 1:1s ifi:in,i:vf,'i\[;s-|), ,i,i���������. ,������������������|���������r  .      -lltnnrl |,,i-     ,ll������������������|ll,-,|   ,,, r|,���������   I,,..���������.������������������ ,���������,.  li,,i���������rii,.r in < riuiif-il ,, ii,-,,[���������, ,i| in,,|���������r ,i,���������  |.r(.v'ni.,ii ,,f iin- lo-.er' ,in,| str,. ,���������,. ,\( 1 r,ir  (���������I'Mniii; ,111,1 ri-.iif.nFii; ���������r ,,l, 11 ,,,-t���������,���������- r-,���������n  llirc- V ill.iv ( rp..|, in ||i��������� |)|.in,i ���������( \ il��������� ,n,,| 1(1  for in iI,iiik 11,,- -ifrun lil ff.r Lifliii.' .mil ,|r,,.n,L.  Hi,,re.... i,f |i,i>., tlmor-r, lintil.iir, r ifl ,m,l , . ,n ,,  ���������mil for '-rf-diFii.' ,mil in.iiiil,iiiiiFii,' I),,.,.,,. i,,t  Ik.I.I...if ..nil.(,'.11111 ili-livi-riiif,' l..���������'. ,.fi.I lini)���������,r  >r,.ui:lil rlievi, ���������,i,| cr,.���������|(i ,,,���������| |-,,r .,||1���������.|1|��������� .  ["-..in- in ll..- -.Iinro of -,ii.l f'n-i-k iiml Tlireo  V.illi.y l.iko r.,r   ,n,l pnr|,r>-f.-  I'ho 1,111,1-,  If.   ti���������  nllr-i-li-fl   dy  -,i,i,|   ������i,rl,   ,ui,  ( r.,1111 I.iii.I-  Tlic r.ilfrif I..1I-. |,r,.i���������.^r'.l [,,  l���������-cli.ir'.'cl  1110  -IK'll "I- H1.IV III) IUcI In tllO Jlllllfll nf 11..' ["l.lllll *.  ' oiirtur \.ili>.  D.itorl I Im KM, Miiy, Ififn.  L. L   KINMA.N  1  J  ' OIII1.1  ,tl V'.uii ,,|H,.|-.   ,, .  j Mm ..Ml..- until Kri.l.iv. .1  j * ������������������ll. f'.i' Hi'' im if ���������! Inn of .1  I .1 v,,,���������i,���������i,.p, jic,,U(.f n ...  ��������� iiiiu  I .i".'.1'1''1.1.1"'!" "> ���������"' '<���������< 11 ut in' n--|i.iiin cm (,f  IVison.   n,i|niiiii!f   ,1  -ii(>|,ly ol i( e cm  ' "p-nil mi ffctfuiK it firrimpt I v f 1 ( in  W. FLEMING  liHSlc ���������  Brick for Sale.  The iiiKleriigned hnve just l.uriied a  kiln of fiOO.OW) brick, of liisl, c|���������-h  'pinlity. For piiue aud informal ion  apply to V,. li. Hume & Co.  ll C,,    will lii-iiccivud ut  .liiiic'.'.'lrd, I'Ci-,. In. ln,i.  I'o-l OHIce uiiliflliiif  iKdf.i.liiiK   I"   piniik   luiil  ! ,;-,,"';'.'-".'- '" '"' *���������*������������������ " "���������' '"'  Hi-imiIii cni (i,  j I iiI.Ik- IVo.-lfw, Olliiwii.  Onl.. anil ui ||I(J Viin-  I'oni.'i Ariiiniiij. ViiiKoiiw-r, MC  I     'l-cii'lcirt will  noi   In-(.mwldui nl unless iiiiule  'ii. ll.'" [.niil.d frinii -ni|i|il|f.i|. ,tii,l  HiKnci|  null  Hi'' ,1' tlllll-lKllllf Hl-f 1 (if |||(. lO.Hl, H'l'H.  An ,1'i'jii'il ,'l���������-,|ii,. ,,��������� #l ,|,,,,|,.|,.,| imnif,  l���������iyiil.l< l.i the ii|,|i;i (,f n���������. nnmiin.ilil,. H,,,  Vlliii.l.i of Pulillf, Wiiilm. i'.|im| I,, ton [.or  (,nl (Hlpf |������r lliciiiiriiini (if Midi'iiilf-r. iiiiml  ,i'i'iiii|Hui*,*iii, h Icii'ler. Tlii- clicino villi lie  ri.rri'Ilcil if t|,r. p.irty iiniflf-rifiK declliiu lliu  'f.ntr.i'l or till t,i i'f,i,,|,|,.Lc lin- m01 k onn-  11-i'.i "I rnr. ,1,1,1 rt in |���������, rctnriicd In ui-,u (jf non-  U'llpl-IIKll (if |i-|,i||.|,  I he    licpiiiliii|,||t.   floe-   not   l.in.l   ilj-olf   lo  ."(f|.l llu IriHc-it ornnj IqiiiIlt.  Ilj cider,  l-'KKI". (SKMNAS  ,,        . Secretin v.  ll.'lHIllllll'lll   uf l-lllill,;  VVdlk'-.  (utn-AH, Jinj ni, ran".  NV>vi|ui|n,r, iri-01 LIiik I ti!-��������� (idvorli-uiiu-iil  vvilli'iiii iiiilliorlty from tlio Iioparttr.ont, will  not Iju imlil for it 739103  BURNS & CO.  Wholesale arid Retail  ���������   ���������   ���������   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:    "^s^Oalgary, Alberta  New Express-Service  inauyurated an express  the  I have  service in  the ciiy,     Business  houses called on daily.  ICE FOR SALE  Orders will have prompt  attention.  J. C. HUTCHISON.  I Halcyon Hot Springs  ~fa. n it a, riu m.  milE MEDICAL WATERS of Hal-  J_ cyon aie the most curative in the  world. A perfect, mitmal remedy for  all Nervous and Muscular diseases,  77T\,IVd*1.uy'md Stomach ailments  fr,,. /?fr,UllltL.Po'sonin������- A sure cure  for "That Tired Feeling." Special  nites on all boat* and trains ' Two���������  mads iii me .ind depatt every day.  i-eiegra h communication with alb  parts ol the world. An experienced!  nnissimger.  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arroto Lake. B. C.  Stock for Sale  Two T'-a 111s, good loggers, and two  Kre-.li iMilk Cow.-, with Galf. Fur par-  ticulats apply to Herbert Evans, Arrowhead, B. C, 603 M7  J.    SAMSON  I Painter, Paperhangep, Signwriter  KALSOMINING   DONE.  Orders rec.'ivp prompt attention.  Second street,      ���������     REVELSTOKE;


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