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 1,1  J  I <,-f 1  / (.  -J^EAD.'BY   ;'������������������������������������-  ^5,500    ^  ,-   *  READ BY  5,500  voi.ii.-No. a  BJEVELSTOKE, B 'CI Mi\Y 2U1904,    -  $2.00 Per Year.  Summer Goods.  VOW isjhc time to procure those goods needed for, the approaching  *���������*      warm weather.  ' Our stock is now complctc'und wo ure showing  the finobt. ninge of Ladies Dress Goods','Wnsh Muslins, Blouses, .Tailor-'-  (    made Costmnes, Boots and Shoes, and Gents' Furnishings to-b'e'hnd  . .    '   ���������       r ' " '     'in the city.-     ,   ' -   < .      ,  In Dress Goods  "Canvas" Cloths^ Flakes',' Voi'lles,' Sicilians,"JGrenedines,"'  Vicuna Cloths,1 ,are among- the, newest weaves  we  are  ��������� .showing.-, ^Ranging in .prices from 50c. per yard up.'   '  In Wash Goods  Our  stock was never  so,.complete  in (Flaked .Linen,  '.,- Voilles,"White; and< Colored ^Vestings'j;"Zephyrs; Fancy I  , " Stripe Muslin/ Chambrays, and Crivrnmsr Prints.   _, ',  --    V,,- "/ Prices from roc. per^yard u'p.   -r.    *���������" ' ������  '*    * '   * ' ^ * ' '       -  Our Specialty in Ready-Make .Clothing.     .  /Jn, Ladies, Goods, "our,. Stock is varied and complete Mi/Tailorinade'  ';   1 ,,i Costumes/Skirts, Blouses, Cotton Undenveaiyetc.       ���������._.���������<  LATEST  TELEGRAMS.  Steamer Wrecked���������Five Lives  '���������' " '      ' Lost-', ' '' '���������  ''Halifax, May 20.'���������Steamer Turret Bay laden fwith coal for Montreal'was wrecked in a r'gale off St.  Pauls Island in the Cabot straits  this morning. Fourteen ' of the  crew were saved, but five of Ih'em  died before reaching shore! ,   ,'   , '  s  gs  We are s.econc^to none i'1 up-to-date,styles and values>  .'in    Suits" ^Pantsi- Shirts,   Natural ' Wool';ancl   Silked,  r;     Balbrig%a"i;:U"cleilwear-"   "Hats and Caps.  <-    v       Hnces  .Dressmaking Department in "co*..  within reach of all.  ' flection* with store in charge of.  Miss \Vilsoi..: "       '   ' ' "   '    '    '  To' Discipline Morocco.r  ' Gibraltar, May 20��������� A British  torpedo boat left here today for,  Tangier,1, Morocco', in. connection  with the kidnapping, of' tlie Greek  American and his stepson, a British  1. i , - -       r       -  subject, by brigands.    ,    *  ;Gfii������������  Government Marconig'raph. -  ,' Montreal, May ' 21.���������It is'"' announced the Canadian"*government  has signed-.a contract with, the  Marconi'Company to install' seven  wireless stations on .'Gulf of 'St,  Lawrence and Atlantic. ��������� '.  Americans'Lower Lumber Duty  Victoria; May v21.���������Lumbermen  have been advised of the removal  of the extra Dingley-tariff imposed  lasf'February by the United States  !���������������  '   TAYLOR  BLOCK,  -Mckenzie ave..  "R.EVELSTOKE.  1  i  *��������� 1         (.  " -   -.    , ��������� ' ���������  P  1                     *- 1  ���������*" '*~������������������rr.rr.-^'^"'"  - LIMITED.  DEPARTMENT   STORE  THis week we are showing a beautiful  new 'stodfe of Ladies Spring 3-nd Summer  Underwear. A pleasure to show i\ *������ y������u-  LadiK ������es Kni������^ Vests".", ,'  In White and Batumi Colors, different weaves, nt     ' '  15c, 20c, 25c, & 35c.  Ladies, Misses and Childicn's Black Tights (Drawers) '  < nicely niiidc, fa*.t colors.    36c.  Children's and Girls' Vests, with button* to .ittach the  - skirt.   25c, 35c. and 40c.  /   "Dominion Parliament.  ��������� Ottawa,. May-'21!!���������The   Senate:  adjourned yesterday until the,31st.  ,  Sir Frederick' Borden states there  '���������te-p0Slft':"eI^ noihin&'decided'rf &;  fence ^erfeetor-"a,cffic ������������Bt.    ,      |  300  appl'i'ca'^fWJS ^or   trap' net I  licenses have been 'ie'eeiyed by the  fisheries department.  THE WAR,  A Japanese Army Repulsed���������  Russian Force Driven Back  "' ��������� Sinking of Two Jap  . Cruisers���������Russians Lost 300-  Men at Kai Chou���������General  Kuroki Repulsed.. With Great  Loss���������Siege of Port Arthur.  (By Cable���������Specinl to tlta Kooten\\ Mail.)  Montreal,  May  20.���������Reports of  ,    t       'iese retreat to Feng Wang  the Jap*.-. ... ������     .  Ch^g are'' ofhcmUy ������>nhrmed  Uom Mu Chwang. Japanese,  Ln inhering 20,000 men, came upon  00 Russians in a strong position ] Vladivostok  on Mc "������dtt>-'   S1Xt)'  \V Ladies White Drawers  Feng Wang Cheng. It being unwise to risk a battle the Japanese  retreated'in good order,, and with  great rapidity. <    |' ,',-'     ." ��������� ,,  Landing of, Japanese troops at  Taku Shan began yesterday. '.  - Tokio, May 20.���������The Russians  vrere repulsed - in thirty minutes'  and the ' Japanese > casualties  were one oflicer and four men kill-  ed and one' oflicer and eight men  wounded. The Russian casualties  were one officer and forty to fifty  men killed. - ,   < '  '^St. Petersburg, May|20.���������An o(H-  cial report received' here states  Russian Cossacks,fell on Japanese  columns advancing on Feng'Wang  r '' '- r    f  Cheng on Wednesday and the Jap-  anese were compelled to retreat for  a distance of twelve miles.  Tokio -denies the -.battleship  'Shikishima '' was-'damage'd and  battleship Fuji sank as;reported by  Russians arriving "at Chefoo.' Nineteen" officers perished with "the  cruiser Yoshino. - 'Of,the crew the  number 'lost is unknown,   ,*i^.1,  ,'Thirty-five   officers   went, down  with" the battleship  Hatsuse.'-but'  the'number of crew lost is not yet  known.     The Hatsuse is believed j  to have been sunk! by coming in  contact with a submerged mine.and  not by attack of a submarine boat.r  't The -London,newspapers express  sthe greatest'regretrand  sympathy  at; Japanese ill luck in  losing  two  \warships.   .They consider it-due to_  accident,,  probably    >to     derelict  mines; not believing Russian mines  Jiave been  placed" aY such\a%dif:  tance. <        -      <* -'  11  Chefoo rflpOi'te heavy' firing at  Port Arthur this oiorning.  Chinese arriving from' Dalny say  the Russian's regained control of  the railway bufc lost it again.  Tokio despatch to Japanese  legation in London- says the Russians left thirty .dead 'officers and  men on the field as result of fight  near Kai Chou Monday. According' to Russian prisoners' their  army lost over 300,  St. Petersburg, MLny 20.���������Russia  will shortly proclaim all the porte-  of the Siberian1- coast, -including  Vladivostok; to. be- free, thus'permitting unrestricted; commerce.  ' Vladivostoek.ilay 20.-���������Japanese-  warships have appeared here from  time to*time but  do ^not approach  SEEDS  Flower, Seeds, Vegetable Seeds, Grass Seed  Onion Sets.   All the best varieties.  Garden Tools  Hoes', Rakes, Spades, Porks. Sprinklers,  ������������������ Lawn Mowers, Scythes, etc. y  STOVES  . McClary's Fainous Stoves, and Cooking  :.".������������������"*,      Utensils,\Stove Repairs/        " ���������   .'  ^ ' Kope, Nails. Chain, Iron, Steel, Cutlery, Hiflea, Ammunition.   .  -'   ^ Fishing Tackle, Window Gliis,^, Taint's,'"OiW,'etc. '    '  Headquarters tfor * Groceries, < Harness; -etc' ,yi  It*^*^     '-.i    \  Q-O<><K><><KK>-0-<>(><><><>-O^><K)^  $ 'HDD & YOUNG  ^      <       r  Blouses and Shirt Waists.  '  Qillf RlrtllCPC  Without a doubt one,offthe largest lines to select"  , olllV DIUU0C0  from, selling at manulacturcrs'prices.'    ������������������  Qhirf Waic+C  ^ Good Every Day Wai&t at'75c.'  White Lawn  '^OlHri-"���������<ilolo~ \Vaists, new ".designs .triiniiicdiwith',embroidery ���������"Vj  -'    ^X:      "' 'and iiiscition^'sclling from .fl.OO'up. i'^"'   \f  "Sliirt Waist Suits and SWrts'Sfig '5So?Voo1:&lo:':  ''^.50.'  Waists-and Skirts to match-prices $3.00, to $5.00.    These  ������������������are the pick of several, manufactureis- samples and siic.the latest  <.''.-"     .      -"'' ',*,    spring designs.     ,'     i        '  Men's and Boys!. Ready-to-  Wear Department,  Our lines arc always fresh and stylish, and pi ices we gasnintce or  money  refunded.     Men's Suits,  Boys'  Suits.  Boy's   Wash  Suits,  Men's Odd Tants, Boys' Odd Pants. .Colored and White Shirts.  We carry a full range both in Men's and Boy's Shuts.    Boys' Soft-  Fronts, Boys' Black Sateen, Boys'Stripe Shiits all sizes from Ui up. L  Men's and Boy's Underwear.    Boy's Balbriggan all sfircs.  Boots and Shoes.  Ladies' Empress Shoes-in Oxfords, Slippers, ������nd High Lac������BBoots.  This is the best'high'grade shoe made.     Men's American Shoe, the  'Harlow   Co.  Shoe. Men's  Canadian' Shoe, the  20th   Century  Brand. -  Children's Slippers aivcb Shoe^ .1 full range:.  Dressmaking & Millinery Parlors Upstairs.  We guarantee our prices and our good-.     l������ not as repiesenfied call  and'get your money back. AgcwtJs- ior Buttcnck's isi.fctei-iis.  EEID &"^~OTTDSTGh J  re-  ..   Well made and trimmed in Mull, Muslin, Naiiwook-  && '��������� s \ Cambric  ^'        At 50c, 65., 75c, 85c & $1.00.  and  Ladies White Night Robes  Beautifully made and trimmed, some with  Bmbroidciv    ^,  and Insertion, some with Valenciens Lace, and other's i fit!    \    \\  with CIuny Lace. %1,'   >VA  U^-At 75c, 85c, $1.25 &$!.5oM^wl  soil 1-Comfort  1  Hosiery  A new line of Cashmere, Lisle Thread  Lace Jfose, Embroidery Ho=e. We  show  this  on  T.iblcs  on  Saturday  and Monday, makes easy picking for you.     This week  we Lave a  Special ^Cotton IJose, Ladies and  Misses  Sizes  2 Pair for 25c.  -Moie real en������e and cc  good hammock than a  ment you  can   make  piice.    You will   want c  summer  for the  porch, ft.  1 lawn,_ and to take  with yo  vacation to the mountains.  nifort in a  ny invent-'  uf   their  ,ne this  ir  tlic  u on  ������  LIMITED.  Buy one now  and  get  you  ' money's worth buck many times,  over this summer in solid com-1  fort.  We ha\e a greater and better  supply of  hammocks  this year  than ever liefore and  the piice='  ! ,ue low.  WALTER  BEWS, Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer,  Telephone JS. N'oxtHumo's  Mail ordor-5 promptlj fllled.  t resoription^ Di^ponsod.  I  asi  St. Petersburg, May  20.���������A  port has been  received  hero  that  General Kuroki has been repulsed  with great lose.    The' report cannot  be confirmed.  St. Petersburg, May 20���������The  general staff today denied the report of a battle having been fought  at Kai Chou in which 200 Russians were killed. The Russians  quietly withdrew from that place.  Ko news has reached here of an engagement at Kai Chou.  Chicago, May 20.���������A daily news  special from Tokio says  that Port  Arthur is to be taken by storm the  moment proper  preparations  have  been completed.   Siege guns  have  yet to be placed  in  position, and  he land forces appointed ior the  iault have to be strengthened,  ���������hefoo, May  19,-During   a   bom  .enb of Port Arthur by  the Jap-  Monday  afternoon,  the battlc-  'kishima   and     the    cruiser  ���������ick mines and sank.    The  FINE WEATHER  E CLOTHES  AVith the coming of summer man. like natuio, i;iU> on hi=  gayest apparel. Our Clothing an<t Furnishing-. Department  is doing a rushing businc* these days. Unci) cfciy wc tend  out larger and larger quantities of goods. Kacli day we rwive  .still larger supplies to leplenish ovtr already large-took. We  think wo can justify claim to have'  The Nicest and Newest Stock of Cl.jth-  . . .ingtind Furnishing- in the city. . .  A WORD ABOUT SHOES  Nothing adds to the efVcct of a man'- costume like a pair of  stylish shoes.    Wo have just opened a lot of Keith's American  Shoes for Men.    Acknowledged to  be the idlest -hoe made  in America.    Call and see the styles we show.  0.  bardn.  anese, i  ship   Shi  Asama sfcn  THE FRESHEST, PUREST & BEST CROCERIES IN  THE CITY  Can't wc take your order to-day ?  [MCDONALD & MONTEITH  FIRST  STREET  limed on Pukc Kive>  (Con<i t -^(fi^J^/Jva���������-a���������������I'���������������-������������������������a���������-���������������^F9���������*  THE KOOTBNAY MAli  THE WAR.  t  Japs Attack Port Arthur���������Japa-  ,   ne'se   Cruiser   Sunk���������Russians ���������   Retreating ���������,Their  Generals Quarrelling.  Chefoo, May 10.���������A   combined land  ' and sea attack on Port   Arthur  is expected to take place between May 20th  and'23rd.      The   Japanese   hope   to  occupy'Port Arthur within a few days.  After the destruction of the submarine  1  mines at Talienwan, the Japanese  intend to land   additional   troop--' there  . and - commence   an   attack   on Port  /���������Arthur.     A Japanese oflicer informed  the correspondent' of'"the   Associated  Press that the  Japanese are leady to  /5ose 2,000 men in the attack. ',���������  -Tokio, May 1(5.���������The cruiser Miyako  was lost while assisting in   the operations  of-clearing  the, Russian mines  ' from Kerr bay, on which  Port  Dalny  is situated. i ,  Admiral Kutako,, commanding  the  third   squadron,   returned   there   on  Sunday   with   a'  detachment   of his  "equadion, piotectiug   two   flotillas of  torpedo boats which had been detailed  to complete the" sweeping ofJ the ;har-  bor by the removal' of   mines.( ' Five  mines were discovered'and   exploded,  and the work'was being suspended for  the day when the Miyako'struck' an  undiseoveTecl   mine,, which .exploded  with    tremendous   force < under ,   her  stem on the ,poit  side,  and   indicted  immense damage om the   h'ull.      The  .   Miyako sank   in, 22   minutes. - Two  sailors were killed and 22 men wounded, the rpst pf the crew  were   rescued.  Admiral JCatnko reports   that   the  _ 4?)!ssiji|is   withdiew    from    JRobinson  point, northeast oi Kerr bay, on  May  12th, but they mounted six guns  and  ponstruc'tcd protecting trenches.   Xlie  V&sscls of Admiial Katako's  squadron  shelled the Russians throughout Sunday,   but   the   lattei , stubbornly /retained their pnnilimi.     The   Japanese,  flotill.is while sweeping the  bay   weie  exposed   to  the 'Ku-sian   Cue all day.  .hut continued their \voik uninjured.  ���������St. Peteisbuig, May 16���������Official ad-  Vices   iecei\cd   today   by   the  geneial  statY say the Japanese-have destroyed  50 miles of l.iihoad north of Kinchow.  No resistance was m.ule^hy   the  Rus  Vians. who aie.  gradually   abandoning  it.   ;" '       '    -  - -On the" Japanese appioach Cub  .Spindoiof is seeking to render the  raihoad a= useless'a.- ;possible to the  enemy by lemovina tlie .-witches and  den correspondent says : '���������Important  events'are imminent; the outposts of  tiie two armies are already in contact in the zone north-west of.-Feng-  Wang-Cheng, south-east of Liaoyang.  The Japanese aniiy'''advancing on  Liaoyang is estimated a't one hundred  thousand. , A persistent rumor which  is not confirmed officially, affirms that  another Japanese corps is executing  a Hanking movement directed on some  point between Liaoyang and Mukden.  , According to the best information  there is now no less than 160,000 Japanese in Manchuria." . .  ' London, May 18.���������The Daily Tele-'  graph's Niuchwang correspondent,  cabling" under date' of May 17, says :'  '���������The Japanese with a'large fleet of  transports and warships, appeared at  Kaichau" yesterday' morning,-, and  onenc.' a, terrible bombardment  against the shore defences, which  were silenced by four o'clock in the  afternoon, the Russians retreating to  Tasischno.  "The Japanese troop's landed and  are today advancing rapidly; out-'  Hanking them at' Taschin.i and Niu'  chwang. ' , *.���������.���������-- ^  Rome, May 18.���������According to a telegram * received here from Tokio two  Japanese divisions have arrived 'near  Mukden , with 'the object of cutting  General Kuiopntkin's line of ,ietreat  northward.    ' ��������� ���������,  MAKOIUXG-OX MUCIIWAXG.  '^.Tientsin, May 18.���������Lloyd's agent at  Niuclnvang, has telegraphed under  Tuesday's date, as follows: '"The  Japanese di\ision which-landed at  Kaichou May 10 under the'heavy (ire  of the Japanese fleet is* matching toward Niuchwang. Evacuation by the  Russians has been 'nearly  completed.  KU^SMNS    l.V   A   TK.U'���������CKKAT  ll.VTTLL  c        ..'        ' nxPi:oTi:fi.  The Standiud, which   is  rather  in"  olined to b'e p'ro-Russian in its views,  "'    ',       *    . " i .  admits   that ' ICouiopatkin   lillSMitius  disposal south,of Mukden about   100,-  000   troops   cf   inferior quality, only  75.000 of \\iinni a i e mailable for act i \ u  opeiations,     uhi.le  < genera'"    Kuroki,  certainly has 140.000 first-class troops,  the-equ.il of  those  of   the   Euiopean  armies. -    '      ,.{  The Associated P.ess corespondent  has leceived exclu-ive, information  fiom the highest Russian authority  tli.it the Japanese .sdv.mce will be  resisted .it" IIai Chuiii;, whence the  Russian toicos will f.illaUack' upon,  Li.io Yarg. where'they will make a  determined stand with' a fighting  stiength of 70.000 men.  If defeated, no stop will be   made at  ������������������otherwise disabling it.  arc retiring because   oi  the .appioaclr  continued to Thieling. a town  of the  Japanese  columns  sent  west>| head of navi  The Russians | Mukden, but the  ictirement   will   be  at   the  uion lot   nathe ciaft on  waid   by   Gen.   ICuioki   immediately , the Li.io Kivui iOO miles noi th of New  after the occupation   of   Feng   Huang. Chwang.  Qi]en(,     , j     At   the   same   time   the    Cossack  London, May L7.���������The Shanghai regiments will be emjiloyed in the  coriespondent of the Morning Pest.-rear Of the Japanese army on the  cabling under date of May ICthi's.iys ' Yalu. h.irr.isaing the troop.- and in-  that. accoiding to native icports Moin terfering with communications. Ttis  Poit Arthur, tin. J"panose are besieg-' not believed that the Japanese will  in',' the fotlress night and day, by ' ���������IOve into the intei ior tinti! they have  land and sea; that 00 Japanese war-, thoroughly established their base here,  ships and transports ha\e been sighted , repeating their movement at Chinwai.  in Blackney bay and  firing  has  been;     The Russians admit the  advance of  Canadian Timber and Sawmill Co., at  Trout Lake says, "We must hue  tariff- protection in this province, if'we  are to live in a business way. For the  month of March' alone, over ten  million feet of lumber was imported  to the territories and ,-Manitoba from  the States. The figures fpr'April are  not yet available but they wil1 -show  an increase over March and,, this  month will show a still further'in-  crease. The American market is protected against, us and,it will only be a  matter of time when the Canadian  trade will get justice. Jtrcan not come  too'quickly." , ,    /,  ' ''.,    ���������       o . '  r  Nothing Loosens Up Colds  On the chest and relieves'that tight  feeling and haul cough' like Neiviline,  writes E. P .Renshalj of Sutton.- ''���������!  never used anv other remedy but  Nerviline and , find it serves as a  general household liniment best of nil.  1 f r  Children's colds and inllammatory  pains are quickly cured by Nerviline.  and its action on colds, coughs and  sore throat is unequalled by anything  I ever used. Neiwiline is both powerful, pleasant and leliable." , Every  mothei should use  Nerviline.,-'  ;lJrice  O' '. ' ' "  Jas. I. WbodrdWr  BUTCHER,  Retail Dealer lnv- ,i,rrrffff7Fi?>'  \;BEEF,'   PORK,  - MUTTON, .Etc.  Fish, and Game in"Season.i  i ,     "-All ordei's'proinptly filled.     "     '"'  REVELSTOKE;B.'(i:/fegD^  W  mmm  Standard io,nedy lor'Gloet,'  Gonorrhoea and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS." Cur\!S Kld-'\  ne) and Bladder Troubles.  The Revelstoke Navigation Co. Ltd  ,  . TIME TABLE ,  ���������     r  (During season oMiigh water.)  Leave.EioiiT-M ii.i: I.aximxg each .  TUESDAY  AND' FKI DAY at'li a. in.  '   ���������"��������� '.  ,   '   Leave La Pokti: each  TUESDAY AND  FUIDAYat 2 p. in".  SPECIAL TRIPS will bo made between dates of regular sailing whenever business offered warrants same.  The Company lo.-erve the lighjrto  change time and day- of sailing without notice.  A.  FORsLAND." C. D.  I3ACIIEK.  o        '"   Master     , Fui-cr'.  ,  The Modern Coatins for the walla of Houiw, Churcbei, Lodte-roonu, ud ������U Interior decor������tion������.   i     ,  "     '" ' ' ' /     '      , "r     ���������   . .   '  -  Made in White and'Twenty beautiful tints, which are  shown in a circular to be had from your dealer, or sent  '       by mail.   Sold in package* only, never in bulk.  Is 'not a. kalsomine,  is [more easily applied than old-  fashioned white-wash.   It hardens with age', will aot rub  off.    I* sanitary, and its cement-like qualities will im- (      ,  prove the wall.   Write for particulars. .  ,i J, r,.'     '. , ���������        " Made In Canada by  The ALA BAST! HE CO., Limited, PARIS, ONT.  DOMINION WIRE ROPE CO:, Ltd., Montreal  'Manufacturers' of   Lang's 'Underground' Haulage   and   Colliery  '  'Wire 'Rope.     ' Hoisting, Mining1" and   Galvanized   Wire   Rope.  Representatives, 'Cunliffe & McMillan, .,;'.'-    '��������� * ���������  ���������',.'- Stock"carried in Rossland.  Rossland, ���������B. C,;  TiaynE   table  S. $.   " Archer "���������.o?- .S'. 5.  -"fvir liaic.  r, ���������   '  Runiiiny; between Ariowlicud, Thomson f  Lmidinu and Comaplit. cominenciiiB Out. llLh  11)01. will sail as follows (wcnlhcr penmtting):,  liOtivo   Anowlio.ul  for. TliomsonV LundiiiR  [Hid C'oinnplix twicu daily at 10k. and l.jk.  " Leave Coniaplix nnd-l'hoinson's Lnndingfoi  Anowliead twice daily at 7.15k: and 1*2.Ink.   -  llaking elo������.e conneel ions _\vith all <J. P. It  trains and boats.  The owners reserve the right to change time  of sailings without notice.'     ' '    *  ,'  THK J'ltKD ROBINSON l.UMHEIt CO. Ij'TD  KVItOBINSON.  ,1   ' .     Managing Direetor.  H' B. STONEX       'i"  MACHINIST "AND-GUNSMITH  OpiiosiuYOOhtt'ftl Hotel, Uevelotok'e.  Luthi' and   General Machine Work  Ptnmplly 'Executed..      . ,,   ,  OI  ���������������  ^���������"'  Wing Chung's- newly, imported   stock   of  Chinese"  and Japanese goods.  Tlic. best assortment 'ever  landed.- in   Revelstoke , of ,'  and  .  ornamental  useful"  articles,:  Tea service*  I Mates-   . - r  IU-kcN  Cane Chairs  Handlii'ichluN  "    '     GOLD FISH,     /  l.-incst stock of candies and fruit in town.  Front Street. "Revelstoke  flower lJ,,H  Uinbiulla ataiiil-,  -   Lunch Ha-kula ���������  Smoking Jackets  Silk Uoud.-.  heard.  Paris. May 17.���������A dispatch to the  Temps from Vienna s.i)> intormation  leceived there shows the conflict between Viceioy Aiexiett'andGen Kouro-  patkin is acute., The latter attributes  the Russian defeat en the Yalu liver  to Viceioy AlexifctV's orders, countermanding his picviously gi'-en inscruc-  tiotis.  the Japanese army to a   pom  50,miles of Ilai Cheng.   nnn\- of tl  wounded entering there.  within   y  DR.A.W. CHASE'S 0^  CATARRH CURE... *&WC-  jis sent direct to the diseased  pins by ihe Improved lilower.  Heals the ulctts, clears theair^  passages, s'.ops droppinRS in the  throat and peimanantly cures  Catarrh and Hay Fever. Blower  tree. All dealers, or Dr. A. VV. Cbase  Medicine Co., Toronto and Buffalo-  LUMBERING.  J. L. Ruttan, late of Kault, ha?  bought an interest in the sawmiil at  Mara, and with   Robt.  Mouat  a?  co-  thc  OTTt T: i^ herr-lis given that after '10 days  _ after date J nn,'ii,.l tf, appli to the Hnnnr-  nht.- the Chief Coninii-s-ioni^r ,,f L.mrK anrl  Work- for it Hwcinl liren-i1 to <'in and r.iny  away cimbor from the following de-enbed  i ind-. vi/.:  . (Vminu't'cin:.' fir n [K,-i planted about two  mil'';-we-t ,������f S J Harlow's ^outh-we'-t corner,  thence north s) chain--, thence ea^r .s0 chains,  titt'uee -oath ^0 chain-, thfnce wests'! chain:: to  I������n;it of comrnencenient  D-itr-H thP ���������J'Jth dnj of April, 10O1  K .\iax\vt:ll.  WOOD;  Havino- taken over the wood  business of W. Fleming I am  prepared to'fill orders for Mill  Wood at $2.50 per load.  Orders left at W. M. Lawrence,  Hardware Store, will, receive  prompt'attention.  Terms strictly C. O. D.  ���������SWAN-CARLSON..  ." Slater-Goociycar Comfort*  , '        it-.  , No tacksfthreadsf  stitches, lumpst, .  hollowsv'nor, i:,  roughness   under: ,'  the fobt shod by a >  Slater,G'obdyear Welted Shoe; ;,  . Strong insole^ even "stitching, ��������� ���������  wear, shapeWetentiony com*  fort,���������all  assured* when you  wear the Slater Shoe, because  it   is   exclusively- made   by. .:  Goodyear process.  .1  V-  For "Men  $4.00/  $5.00 -  For Women   H  $3.50 ._.\  *+r*S *\^ V.  J  \TQfV\i H U ri'lrcbj h-iiren that. Vk\ d.iy>ntrcr  j..> -J.itt\ \ i/iriiiid tn (tpply to tiiM Hoiu>r.ihlu  ' th'*  rhW'f Cornrm ���������������mer <;f LtitifN ami Wnrif-  Gen. Kouropatkin, according to the- ownci. a company to be known as --, f���������r., ,p���������clai ,_,,.,;���������.,. toc,ltlnlll Cjl���������r ..w.^tim-  Rothes., V Lumber f'n,   has N^n organ- ' H-r from the following de-crilicd lar���������N, Mtuat  { m the Di-trict of Kootenay     (Vinimuticing at  Mr'  Temps': dispatch,   now   proposes  tht  nlvinrlnnnipnt     of    Tort     Althur.    the ��������� is'ed to Opera te   the   mill,   yvhich has a ! th^'-'imth-ea-t corner of L'il's,',l.rironpI: thenci:  .nwiiuuiiuiv.m     ' . j we,ti������) ch.iins. thence -oiith la chmh-. thenco  J ���������������( V) chain-, thenr"  north OT chain-, to,the  I [kh;ii of conirrien"''inent.  Dated th" ilth da> of April, )<M  iorces  to   Harbin,   maintaining that} purchased the propeity  of  Itobt. Mc-j J\Ml-..-> Mi lt.n.nan.  junction of  its  forces   with   his army  capacity of 20.000  u-et   n   day.  ar.d . the   retirement   oi   the    united ' Rut tan will reside at Knderby. bavin  the present Russian foice is not .-uffi-, liu.irrie.��������� Edenograpb.  cient   to   cope   with   the    Japanese. I     Otis stnple-',  the  miliionnirr-  hi  m-  Viceioy Alexietl hold.- this course to berman of \\'i.-con=in, who pureha-r<i  be iolly, a.-tlu- abandonment of I'ort.a largo tract of timber near Gran-  Arthur would mean the   lo-!-.   of   the ' brook, has conunei d tin- "nation of  fleet, the siitVeritig of  a   moral  drfeat'j .1 plant.      Mr.   tti.pli - announces hi."  andthoii-k  of  the  extermination of' mill will   be   ni'.-t   up-to-date.  the I'ort Arthur   force   while  .seeking, output, he .mjs, will not be  b'ss  to make a junction with   Gen. K'ouro-1 100,000 superficial   feet   in   ten hour  ! VOTK'K I-1 IIKIiKHY fllVKN lli.u W >!"}>  ' 'N afi,'i tl.tt.- I Intenii 10 tnplv to lln- C'lilef  Conimi-^iouoi' tit l..iii'l- and U'ors^ for p,*r-  1111--1011 Ui (,ur, liaJ,* ^o it, 1, * of iaiift ^Ituat,-  nUnit -i mil,- .-uiithi.i-r of the villnge of  Airowhcud on the -liwn- of U'pp'T Arrow Lake,  < onini'tn tng ,,t 1 po-i plant, 11 ahont I, ,lf u mile  -oiiTli-������i���������r of the (. J' li. .-i',ie liiif .,rnl  miik<'<:   W',   ({,   H. at.\'.   V01 -1, v ��������� ������t  1'ni'inr  1 I'oM ; 111,'II,'   -oll'h   Jo.hUKn".  fhei.e'   f.t^,    |l,  1 he ; <) 'up- ��������� '1  , ' alnng -hoi,' III,  than im,  iii.nl,  r,.  -I,,-,.   I,ii, ;   Mti'iu '*  t>, jtOinr of ''i-ninii'ii,,,'!,!' hi  ,! a.il. Ki-hrimi-}   !'������.|,  U    U   HKA1TV  Halcyon Hot Springs  ~fa n it arium.  UIE MEDICAL WATERS of  Hal  cyon aie the most curative in the  T .  world. A perfect, natural remedy lor  all Nei vous and Jhisciilai' diseases,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments  and Metallic Poisoning. ' A Mire cure  for "That Tired Feeling." Special  rates on, all boats and trains., Two  mails ni rive and depnit every' day.  Telegraph communication with 'all  parts ol'lho world. An experienced  massariger.  Halcyon Hot Spring's  Arrotoi LaRc. 3. C. .  patkin  St. Petersburg, May IS.���������Details  have been received here from Harbin  regarding the execution April 21 of  the two Japanese oflicer.-' for attempting to dynamite bridges and destroy  telegraph com in u mention.  The pri.-oner.-j admitted they were  part of a detachment numbering one  hundred whose purpose it was to  destroy the railway at various points-.  When told that they must have been  extremely brave people they replied :  "Not at all; we wrro only carrying out  our duty; and the order of the  Mikado."  Tarirt, Ma\\18.���������The Journal's Muk-  N'l/TIl   I!   1-   her1',)    Hivi'll    II, 'I     >',!,!      iHfr  i(.|..,\ I -i.t",'! :.. ,,,1,'s   c, ill��������� l[,.i...r iiilv  I t)ie  Claif ('..-nmi-f'-N'T '.f f..,,.,!-  .,t,'I \\,,rl,i  for a -.[j"-i.,1 li'-'-n-i- '"eut  t������v| c.irr> hw.ij tlm-  i t>'.r fr������,������i tl,������- fiill.i'U'.ijil'  i-riU"! l.ui'l-'  i     ( ,)n,iu,'i���������-iiu   .it  J     K   Jimn.'f,'-    ',,.1!,, i-l  corner Me'nce w-t   PO'-htlii-   tii, n, i-  -in'l, 11,  eh 1111-. thi'i.re e.i-t   P/) <-h ii-i-   th"/,''" nor'', Pi  Drykiln.- will be built and the plant  will consist al.-o ot hih and idling!''  machines as well as a door and s.ish  factory.  As a re*tilt of the Agitation ;n Manitoba   antlf the   Northwest   regarding . '^.f^^^.r^M  price." ch.ir������od for lumber the ('. f   If.  | ^ ���������>  fUltl.OV.'  have made arrangement-foi    a   fi <fd 1     ���������-  price list for all grades.      This   |i,t of j JsfQ T I C B.  pi ices    is    pl.if'<'d    m   a    ro.i-picuonij v0T.r( ,.;,, h..rBi,, <ivni ,������������������, ������������������ ,, ,^ ���������,tlr  po.sitioi  Chamberlain's  Semedies,  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  I'V.r Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough,  Price 25 cents; large size 50c.  Patients will hear of something  ; to their advantage, by writing.  to the Diabetic Institute, St.  Dunstan's Hill, London, B.C.  NOTHING!  TO PAY.  Wm. Fleming*,  ' 'Wholesale and Iletnil  Meat Merchant.  Fish   and   Game   in   Season,  First St., Revelstoke.  WRAPPING   PAPZR  PAPER BAGS.  AMD  Chamberlain's   Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy.  For Rowel Complaints.    Price 35 cents.  Chamberlain's Pain  Balm.  An antiseptic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, Uruises, Sprainsnnd Rhetuna-  tisii.    I'ricc 25 cents; large si/e 50 cents.  ireo 111 a  in eveiy -latum, that re-  taileismay sor just what what the  wholeialcrH air paying for lumber. Tf  any dealers are found making exorbitant charge? they may be promptly  dealt with.  J.   I!.   Henderson, j manager of the  N'OTft K 1-h-'ran,- j,wtn tnui ')) 'li>i .1  date r intend ti/.ir.iily ", M," Jli.n li  Chief t'onimii^ioriiT of f.,iiid-i .mil '.Wtrlf.'it  Victoria for <i -,p'Tifil liri'iif" to cur 11,,I , <rry  nwny tirnlier from rl,r' f.illo.vnu ,1"-' rd,"l  hind-, vi/. .  Conimeiirini: at a po-tt |,Imi,(i.i1 ahour lo.'-hiiirH  north of the \v,*-L end ',f Wll-.oli l.nki- llti.i.ru  we.t l,>ichiiiu^, Iheurii north 10 rleine. thenre  e.iil ll/) ,-liaiiH, HiDiii-i! iniitl, 10 el,me. n, i",Kit  of ri'mrninieomenr.  D.iimiI the 2'ith dnv of \[,nl, I'iDI  .1   H   .U.MICSON.  Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tablets.  for   Disorders of the Stomach, Liver  and Bowels.    Price 25 cents.  The Kuiiti'ii.iy  .Mail h.i-   been  appointed    .,genl    fin   one   of  iho   laige-l   Ciinidi.iii    1'nper  ���������Mill-  Wiapping papeis in rolls or  ll.it, mid papei bags of all  weight- ami si/.e- -upplied lo  older printed or imprinted.  Kootenuy  Mail, Revelstoke.  BLANK FORMS  fr '  KOK   Mining & Legal Purposes  Transfers, Options, Powers  of Attorney, Statutory Declarations, proxies, etc., can,  he obtained at the  ..Kootenaj Mail Office:^  THE CITY EXPRESS  ' E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  P. "intpi delivery of parcels, baggage,  ���������1 e , tn any |,ai t of I be C'1'',  NOTICE.  Every one of these preparations  Is guaranteed and if not fully sat*  isfactory to the purchaser the  monev will he refunded.  ���������jVl/riCK IS irKKKHY C.IVV.S llial Wl diijs  JN afli'i dale I inli-uil lo auply lo the Chief  Coiniiii���������loner of l.unds and Work- for pei-  M,j~-iou to puiclia-e SO acte- of land situated  .1I10111 '.'i miles -until cu-t of Ihe villiiBU ot  Arrowhiad on I lie shore of Upper Airow Lake,  i oiiimi'iiciiiK at a po-t 111 irked Archibald  McMillan's Northeast, Corner I'ost; thenoe  -until 'i'lchains : thence nisi 10chains: thence  north to shore line; thence along shore line to  point of commence incut.  Dated 2tith Kebruary, 1901.  ARCHiiiALb McMillan.  Any Kind of Transit!.  Undertaken.  ������������������ping  All orders left at K. M. Smythe's  Tobacco Store, or by Telephone, No. 7  will receive prompt, attention.  HATCMTQ        Trademarks  %mJr\  I   QIN   I   O    and Copyrights.  * obtained in all countries.  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Write  for pe.rticttle.ro, Catalogue ������r������d list of Records.  Manufactured by  E. BERLINER, 2315 St. Catherine Street, Montreal.  FOR  8AXE BT  COL WOLFENDEN  Career of a Splendid' Public  Official.     , ,  [Uy an Armstrong Correspondent.]  Lieut.-Colonel Wolfenden, V. J). I.  S:'0., King's Printer, ,of Victoria,  father "of Frank C. and Walter W.'  Wolfenden, of Armstrong, will shortly  take up his residence, for 'a time, in  our midst during lm leave of absence  from the public service. lie has well  earned the vacation he- is about to  enter upon hut such is his well known,  untiring, devotion ��������� to duty, that it is  doubtful whether, during the whole of  hibbusy life he would have allowed  himself' the sweets of an interim of  rest and freedom from the, daily round  of'stern find on time duty had he not  been practically foiccd so to do hy his  physicians after having undeigone a  delicate surgical operation exceedingly  trying on the vitality of one of hisfad-  vanccd years.    ' '      , <  ( Tin: king's i'kixtkk  has been continuously,,in the public  service for a far greater length of time  than'any other -man in the province.  Thcmcn in public life in British Col-  uniliia^iit^tlic' present time must appear mere boys ' in his' eyes. As a  matter of fact 'he was in the country's  service'for years before''Premier Mc-  Brid'c and a-goodly r.mimber of the  other members in the, Provincial  House were born'. 1 Coining 'to-,the  province���������then a ,crown 'colony���������in  1859 with- the "Royal Engineers, he  entered the government employ in  1863, and has, there remained ever  since. He was 'made a'Lieutenant-  Colonel, of" the ~ British "Columbia  Brigade of Garrison Artillery on the  formation of that corps.  ,  Jn 1903'his '     -   ���������  ���������/,'.   ���������  LOXG,AXD FAITHFUL J'UIU.IC SmiVlCT.-  won  for him ^recognition   before'the  Throne and he was decorated with the  Imperial Service Order.  ,   A tall, muscular,   man >of military  appearance, vendered   the   more .imposing by his snow  white  beard and  locks of a reserved gentlemanly manner,    uniformly    courteous   ,to   all,  strictly attentive  to the exacting and  highly painstaking duties of his ollice,  and ever careful to in no way  meddle  w;th the affairs of others. The Colonel,  is deservedly popular with  the public  at large and with  all the  members of  the   Provincial   House   with   whom,  during the sessions;;his official  duties1  bring him in constant^and. close con-,  .tact.'   ,, ;  THE DUTIES AN'!) RESPONSIBILITIES'  of King's Printers are ;many and  arduous. The fact that almost $50,-  000.00 a year "of the public expenditure is. undet' his direct supervision,  suffices to' show that the position is  n'o sinecure. It certainly is greatly  to .the credit of Colonel Wolfenden's  conscientious and thorough discharge  of his duties, while, especiallytduring  the turbulent times which obtained  in this country for the past five or six  years, almost every department of the  civil service has came in for its share  of censure and scathing criticism,  no \oice has been raised against the  management of the printing office.   ���������  That Lieut.-Colonel Wolfenden will  be completely restored to his accus  tonicd robust health and-will be long  spaied to occupy the high and honourable office which he has so efficiently  filled, is undoubtedly the sincere wish  of his fiiends throughout the Province, whose name is legion, for he  has no enemies.  father was a' shipbuilder, and he was  brought up   in   Nova Scotia and went  to school   in   Guysboro, Pictou  and  Halifax.  ,He served appienticeship to  ,  shipbuilding, ' baw-milling,    farming,  store-keeping, book-keeping, and' railway    construction.      Mr.   Buchanan  came to Winnipeg  20 years ago, and  spent eight years in Manitoba, and on  the,'North  shore,  Lake 'Superior, on  railway   construction  and  operation,  but'incidentally .performed homestead ',  duties in the mean time.   lie came to  Donald in May 1880 'and .was foi^one t  year in the employ  of  the C.'P. K. as,'  fuel supply agent etc.   ,  In the'fall of that year he bought  from Koss' <fc McDermid, snow shed  contractors, a sawmill, at Duggan's  siding''east of .Twin finite. In the  spring of 'S7, in partnership with  Hugh Ferguson, of Winnipeg, he took  fenow.-hed contracts from the C. I'. R. ������  and moved the siwmill to'asidingjive  mile- east of Revelstoke! .There on  tlie '22nd of .Inly', while stietching a,  boom across the Illecillewaer both  Ferguson and he were thrown into the  rivei. Mr. Buchanan got out bv swim-  nung lo the shore. . Ferguson could  not swim, and was drowned. His  body .was lecovered on ' Arrow lake a  year later, and is' buried at' Revelstoke.    r  ^Mr. Buchanan' operated the mill on  *  the main' line two years, and sold it to  Peter Genellc, and moved to Kootcnay i'r  lake, wheio lie started the first sawmill,  taking in    the, machineiy   pver   the, *  Northern   Pacific   Railway.    Ho,has   ,  since    established     mills   at   Kafalo,'*  Duncan City0 and*Creston,"hut, all are '  how idle, and the property is,for sale. '  ���������Mr.   Buchanan   was 'appointed,-some-  months ago inspector of lead bounties.*u  lie has boon  during .the -last  few  years'five times to' Ottawa as hoard of ;  trade-.dclcgate  to''the dominiou'gov-' '  eminent in regard to matters affecting  Kootcnay, been   four  times president \  of thc^Kaslq Boaid of-Trade, and three  times   President   of    the   Associated  Boards  of  Trade',' of -Eastern British  Columbia.    He is a liberal in politics,  .'/  and occasionally dabbles in journalism.   ' ,  He married   22 years ago a daughter^  of S.'S. Nelson, formerly; merchant of t .<  Truro, X. S., and  has .one son living  who is just completing his ������econdyear >  at Toronto. University.       '���������  Mr. Buchanan was "one oi  theliisi;,  promoters ,of' the 'curling   game  in1;  B. C. andi'president''of the Kaslo club^  .  and a gold medallist.    He is  denonii  inationally a Methodist, and apptoachr  ing  the,half   century   in   age.   ,11 i-= ���������  parents iU'rj !)������)"������ ';!? CjriswoM Mini;'  toba, and it is the habit ot thciamily  to live on close to the century.mark.  Some of  his friends aie  urging his _  appointment 'to the Senate, as he has- V  special knowledge of the condition* in  the mining sections of Yale and Koot-  enay, and would be of use to the district if transplanted into that, spheie.  DOMINION  PARLIAMENT.  Railways for Similkameen and  Boundary.  Ottawa, May 17. ��������� The bill respecting the Nicola, Kamloops and  Similkameen Coal and Railway Com- '  pany was passed", except one clause.  The amalgamation was limited to the"  C. P. K.,'the Kettle River Valley Railway, the Victoria. Vancouver and  Eastern, and the Coast-Kootenay.  The Kettle River Valley bill wits  amended in several particulars, more  especially to conform with running  arrangements with the Nicola, Kamloops and Similkameen Coal and Railway Company to the 'Kettle River.  Mr. Boland said the road is to be  about 275 miles.  G. O. Iluchanan, the dominion lead  commissioner, is, by descent, an unmixed U. E. Loyalist, (of the families  that left New York and New England  and went  to  New   Brunswick).    His  Why Catarrh Poisons the  System.  The Catarrhal germ excites inflammation, offensive secretions are  thrown off and pass into the circulation, contaminating the river of life  and thus wreck the whole body.  Every catarrh victim should use fragrant healing Catarrho/one, the surest  cure for every type of catarrh yet  discovered. Catarrho/one can't fail  to cure because its >--apor kills the  germs and removes the cause of the  trouble. Then it soothes an.l heals,  stops the cough and relieves the  stuffed up condition of the nose and  throat. Tens of thousands have been  cured by Catarrhozone which is  guaranteed. Use only Catarrho/.one.  Complete outfit .$1.00; trial size 2oc.  !' . i.o.MiUUJlf'l���������i ���������R.'*-'**    h'-'*3*y  ,J������jttJ.W   f|������������*Mi������fcl������  JtaMHiu*������*-w"***i'J.*a.l-'U(6".������  . At  THE KOOTENAY MAIL,  i> <  TCbeJRootenas flfeail  I'UHUSIIEl)   SATURDAY.  ���������AT��������� '  REVELSTOKE. B.C..   '  i ������' r I  Subscription   Price.   S2.00   Per    Annum  ADVERTISING     ItATKS     on     application  Changes in standing advei tisemontH must  be in by !l a. m. Thnr-diiy of oai-li week to  bC'ciuc good di-play.   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'   t  Address V ���������             g      , ,'  TlllC  ICOOTIiNAY'MAIL, ���������  Phone No. 13. .Revelstoke, B.C.  modious stairways "provided from  the lower gallery to the floor, be-,  sides doorways' opening outwards  put in both walls. Nobody wants  to s-ee,repeated in Revelstoke a  holocaust s ch as has been reported from public meeting-places  in other cities of late' and Thursday's incident isrsuflicienl Warning  as to possible' consequences under  the existing-conditions of the builcl-  '", Wo request our numerous readers to  ',- favor  us with their assistance In  making tho KOOTENAY MAIL the  most valuable advertising modl-  '  r     urn' in   the  Kootenays by, giving  ,   ,      tho ppofoponco, when making pur-  ,   chases   to   those fli'ms  who   are  regular adveptisors In.the KOOTENAY MAIL. ������ ,  CITY' AGKNTS.  Copies ot  Tin: AIaii. may be obtained fiom  the following oily agonLs. _ .,  Ri:vi:i.sroivi:���������Canada Duces ic Hook Co.  ,      ,   J. \V. Hl.NNI.'ll.  \V. Hi:w������.  Nak-usI'���������J. S.'.Mouiso.v.      (S ,   ���������    .  KA.MI.OOI'S���������S.M1TM   UliOa  Aumsi'uono���������l<\ \Voi.ri:xi/i:tf.   "  'VANCOUVl.U���������tl.ll.l.OW'AV  &   COMPANY.     ,  LONDON (BNGLA'ND) A.GKNCY.(  Our English olllce^ aie at * Rod stieet.'Lon-  don.'K. C, whoie'llcssts. i:.'& J. Haidy & Co.  will leeeive lor us hngh-li new-, subscriptions  and adveiliscmcnls anil where a file is kcptol  this paper for, the use (fioe ol charge) of any oi  our leadeis visiting London and desirous ot  secing.tlio latest issue po-siblo ol Ins orlier  local pupci. , ,  E.  '& J.  HAHDX it CO. ''  'HOME AND  COLONIAL'  'ADVKHTISING, PRESS AND '  AUTHOR'S AGI.'NTri and  '    .NKWS1'A1JER CORRESl'OXDKXTS,  30 li'loct Street,    ,i    : Lo.VDO.V, K.ngi.a.nd.  '  CANADIAN   BUSINESS  A   SPKCIALTV.  , '"  ,THE SENATOUSII1P.     ���������   '  ��������� The liberals in  South   Kootenay  are slio\vin������j a   very' narrow   spirit  in'endoavorine,   to' hamper    the  government in filling, the .vacancy  in llic' Senate.     There ' can'  be no  question that the-man   in   British  Columbia'   most 'entitled    to' the  position  is' Hewitt Bostock:',    He  won Yale-Cariboo   for, the  liberal  parly,0 he   filled 'his   position ,tis  member with crqdit'to himself and  'to the party, ho put, an   end  to the  '���������family   compact"  and   the careei  ol   boodling  in,,this  constituency,  he commanded   the   respect   and  esteem of  his  constituency by the  clean and s'tiaightforwurd   manner  in which' he   lepresented  it.     Mi.  "i i '  Buchanan. ��������� whom   the     southern  liberals arevsupporting, is no doubt  a good niari;_but" he is  doing good  public service where he is.  by the Shamrock'"Placer" chum  crossing their land," the mandate  was regarded as an'eminently 'just  and proper one.' But, to"1 quote  again from the judgment as delivered, ''the difficulty is that the belief required' is(".not" that 'of a  sensible or an honest man; 'the insane delusion of a criminal, under  'the Placer-Act being just as efficacious."- Thus by this decision; the  locator of a mineral claim, if he  would protect himself from molestation at the 'hands of men of  Tanghe's stamp, must necessarily  stake the ground twice, as a'quartz  and, again as a ,placer claim���������a  vexatious and i costly 'expedient.  An amendment to the Mineral Act  by which the locators, of,, mineral  lands would be entitled to the'sur-  face rights,, would undoubtedly be  an exceedingly popular /measure."  H  ARVEY, JIcCARTER  AND PINKHAM,  IJARIUSTIiKS, SOLICITORS, ETC.  Oki''ici:s :   Molso.vs   Rank   Ri.ocic,   Rkvi.-i'.-  '  ' 'Sioicn, li. c   '    .  Jllonuj to loan.    ' ! ,  Oflicos: ReiclsloU', H. C.  Gi:o. S. Mcl'AUTUt,  A.   Jl.   Pl.VlCllA.M,  Revelstoke, li. C.  I'*url Steele, R. C.  J. A. riAUVi:v, ' '  l-'ort Steele  H. C.  [OUX   MANNING, feOOTT  1     L,. L. J):   '  B. A..  17       'Barrister, Solicitor, Ktc.  i  Fiisl ytreet.   ,     ,        Ri'Vi-Ntoke, B.(J.  E  TUnVAKD A. iiaggen;  Mining Engineer.  (Mem. American  lusiituieMining KmjiiiiMii-.)  ' (Mum. Canadian Mining Institute.I,  'Revelstoke, B. (J.  < Examination  of and  icporls on   Miiicl.i1 l'lo  '" pei ties a Specialty.  XThe (kootenay ni>ai(  THE   COAL, AND -OIL   LANDS.  i f i .  The   JIcBride,'' government   has  the ojiportunity of its 'life in dealing with the southeast Kootenay  coal and oil lands.- .Victoria is full  of jobbers who are trying'to,get the  government to ,put these valuable  lands their way! ��������� No government  ever had such an opportunity" to,do  well for the province,and they will  be judged by ��������� the,, way ' in wliii-l.  they handle ihi.������ question. Tf thetO  lands _ were'' offered by public  auction on perpetual lease subject  to .such conditions as to royally.as  wijl pies-ene tlie' intcret-ts' and "control of -ihe province, they would  brins in sunieienurevenue to free  the province from its .financial  difficulties. ' 'Ha- .McBrhie \' the  courage to make a departure in  ihejjuhlic interest or will'he ' show  himself'to bo the tool--'hi boodler?"  and political scavengers ?  SATURDAY. M\Y  11. 1901.  London advices state the ruth of  immigration from Britain to Canada this year is gieater than ever.  Thus does Canada 'prosper under  liberal rule.  With a sixteen million surplus  and a reduction of seven million  in" the national debt. Canada is  able'to regard the situation with  entire complacency.���������Globe.  The statement of^the.. finances of  the dominion, as published in last  issue, is unquestionable proof of  the continued prosperity of Canada  under libera! llile. The historv of  the dominion show? no brighter  page than that being written at the  present time under wise government.  A KUTTKN MINING LAW.  'i lie   Mining     Hecoid   hir-     the  following pertinent remarks oiYtlie  Lucky Jack cue :  ,   "The judgment   of   the   Honourable   Mr.   Justice    Martin   in  the  mining ca:-e of Tansihe   v.   Morsran  et. al..   serves   to   emphasize   the  point ������e have so frequently   raised  in the Mining   Record   concerning  the desirability of the appointment  of a   commission   to   enquire  into  the working   of   the   mining   law j  with a view to, reconciling  at least j jng up,the council  in" an effort to  its , most   glaring    inconsistencies j pul in a proper water supply  and   ambiguities.      Until    this   i.- j =    ,  done either by  a Legislative com-;  mittee or preferar.lv bv a   Board of!  speciah.-ts  appointed   ior the pur-,  pose, the industry   will   be  cursed'  with much unheces.-arv  litigation.!  FIRE' PROTECTION.  "The effect of  Thursday's fire has  been   to  stimulate .the  citizens to  Hie necessity   of   putting in an improved water  supply;for; firp;'pro-  tection.   There was plenty of water  in the reservoir and a'large stream  of water supplying -it' at' tho time  of.the fire but   the   four,inch' main  is absolutely   useless'to siipplyotwo  lengths   of   hose ���������   with   pressure.  What is required is a new reservoir  of, sufficient  capacity .located at a'  good elevation, with a ten or twelve  inch   main   run    into ,'tlie ^niore  crowded portion of the city'.' With  such a supply   the  brigades would  have bee'n able ,to .wipe out "such a  'fire as thai which' started on Thursday with"the loss"of, t\vo buildings  and absolute'prbtection'for the rest  of the city. ���������  , "t     . 7    .*���������'  The fire has , a wakened   the citizens fully,to   the -necessities- of tlit-  case and expressions   are generally  heard in-favor''of' special taxation  to enable such a- work to be carried  out.1' The affairs of   the city are in  charge of a good   business  council,  but they have-had-a thankless task  through   shortage   of   funds on account  of the  water,and .light- do'-  bentines being still.oji their,hands:  No local'body'can do what it would  like to  without' the' wherewithall.  The citizens may rest assured ho\y-  ever that the council -will take the  ! matter   up   immediately, and   will  do their utmost to give the city the  improved   water   supply   so   much  required for fire protection.'  Thursday night proved the'  brigades to be. made of the right  stun, and all they want is an  .efficient water supply to do first-  ehi's? work. 'No firemen in the  province could have given a better  account oi themselves in the face  of fearful odd=- than did the firemen, of Revelstoke. Now is the  lime for the citizens to show their  appreciation of that work by back  free light's'.-1���������Granted,except on Saturday fa or days", bofoie public'holidays  and 'Conditionally on .lights being  turned oil' at 11,p. in.  at  other times,  and limited to 15 light's. '  ������   ��������� . i.  Report from j;������v(?rniiiciit daily inspector 'On city dairies- received but  not to ho published at present.' ,  ' Imperial Oil,Co.'asking time U> remove building.���������Granted, hut building  must bC,moved within a month.  .1.' Xicol applied for,, position,', of  pounil-kceper at %i)() a month.���������Appointment made. ,���������' '      r  Moscrop ��������� Uros. , with estimate of  plumbing'at City Hall.���������Aid'. I'oole  complained ,of sanitary condition of  No. 2 fire hall,���������Work   to  be (lone us  estimated. ������  , .        ,        ,       j  J      , CHOSSIXti.  Resolved to urgOi.C." I'. R.'to put in  crossing on Pourtli street. .       '���������   -  '"       "   "kailway taxation.."'  I i        - ���������  A resolution of Hos-land that all  cities should receive.revenue from railway, taxation in cities instead of province was referred to committee consisting of chairmen of .standing committees." ' ' ' 'i< i, ' '' ' ���������  '           hand.  Resolved, to grant '.subsidy to band  on condition they play Saturday evenings on streets, and that free lights bo  granted for band room 'on condition  they bo turned out when not required.  , '  '-'      . i-'iRi; alaii.m; -  Kesolved that lire alarm.- be installed ,in   houses   of .not   less  than, six  members of No. 1 brigade.,  .,, '   riHu'ViiOTwriox.' '"       ,    '  Aid. Abr'iihiimson said ,Mr. Gordon  suggested laying another 4-in'cli pipe  ,to  connect  with   the   fi-iiich   nine in  Charles - St. ' and   this   would-. about  double the piessurcon Kirst'street'.-  The Mayor','said .some  step's Had to  '     u. '  be taken   to   improve .the' citv water'  ,'*',. *  supply and   he   would  ask (he matter  stand over for a infecting "of  the V.qW.  and I j. committee   which   he intended  'calling in a few davs   to  {��������������� fullv into  it. '   "  ''f   .' '   ���������"  IMPERIAL BANK OP CANADA  C.ipit.ii Authorized, SI,C00,0IX>.   Capital I'ai l,Up,<?i lURKO i  Host, $2,030 .  ' I-      Head Oflice, Touox'io, Ontario. \ " ,'  ���������    \.--r.  ' .1 r    *     ,  nrauclics in the Northwest Terriloiios, Miinitoba, Onlnrio mid Quebec.  And   tlie following points in   UrifMi  L'nliiniliin: -rCranbrrrlc. Golden,  Nelson, Iiovel-loke, Tioul LaliC. Viiuconver and Victoria.  .'' :���������'��������� I  T. H. Mt.niii'iT, President.       ' D. J{. Wn.iur, Vice-1'ie'idfiit ,-ir<i Geneial MnriiRcr.  i     E. Hay, Assistant General Miimici-i.    W. Jloi r,\T, ( l>ir i .Inspector.  Revelstoke Branch, B.C.���������A General Iiankii^ tusirt������s,Tran������rctcd  ^Savings TJeiMiilnient���������Depusits Hecl'iied ,n.il interest Alii,wed. '  Dralts sold nvailiibln in all part'- ol (','iii.id.i, t'nited Slates ni.d Kurope.  Special aiicniinn giien to'"colleclifiii-. ,       -      A. li. I'ijipi's,"Manager.  M.PMAW0N  BLACKSMITH ,&" -  WHEELWRIGHT   \ *  Has closed his old shop''on, Douglas ' Street and  removed -to R. Gordon's Block, Second,Street,  Revelstoke, where customersare requested to call.  WEAKNESS;  .J_. f J.    SAMSON  Fainter, Paperliangei\ Sigiiwriter".  ,��������� t     KALSOMINING   DONE.  '-  Orders receive prompt ntlention. ' 'E '  Second" street,       -" "; RKVRLSTOKJi".  NEW PATENTS.  . i    i  i *,' i  '-  Rowland Brit lain, Patent Attorney,  1 ('ports : _     "-" "-' '    .  'C. B% iWiiinowi it;ht! .Vancon'ver,  received a^ Canadian Patent' on 'im-  prove'd construction of hi������ = cc.ntro  board for.sailing boats.'"'",-    "   '* '', '  *W.'J. Cmiiniings, Fort Moodv. re-  ceivcd Patent in New South Wajc'* on  wrecking device'. , , ���������,   -^   -1*. ���������   ���������  '^W.D Muir, MounVPleasant. Vancouver, received ii- British Patent oh  his baker's oven.' ���������  KURTZ & CO'S CIGARS  The Best'on tha Market.  Backed up by overa third of a  "century of .remarkable and'''uniform cures, a1 record,such.as no  other  remedy for^ the  diseases  and    weaknesses    peculiar ' to  women   ever attained, the proprietors and   makers of  Doctor  Pierce's    Favorite . Prescription  now feel fully warranted   in,of-,  ferine] ' to . pay   $500   in^legal  money of the United States for  any case of Leucorrhea, Female  ���������Weakness,1 Prolapsus 'or Fallinn  ;of Womb,'which" they   cannot,  cure.   All they ask is a fair and  'reasonable trial of, their mearis  bf ; cure.   ' AN   correspondence.  held  sacredly confidential!,', \  ���������   If you   require medical advice'  don't fail'to write Doctor R. V. \  Pierce( who  will   give  you "the  best;'advice  possible!'  Address  Buffalo, N. Y.   -     -     ���������������������������>".  Dr. Pierc3's Pleasant Pellets  are a Iadi3s\laxative. No other  medicine equals them for gentleness and thoroughness.  J. G-uy Ba rlber  JEWELRY  DIAMONDS  WATCHES  'and a',  complete line  ii  1847  Rogers Bros.**  '.Knives, Forks," '  Spoons, etc: ���������  Eyes carefully examined"and  properly titled to the best grade  kepolrlne. V X ,      V���������</    '  KURTZ'S OWN  KURTZ'S'PrONEI?R'  KURTZ'S SPANISH BLOSSOM  are Brands that can't he beaten.  MADE BY UNION LABOR.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12. I. O. O. F.  .Meets every Tuesday  evening ��������� in Selkirk  Kail at, 8 o'clock.'  Visiting bretlu en cordially invited to attend.    ,  J. SIATHIK, Six'  CITY COUNCIL.  Seigfried & Thornton  Painters, Paperhangers .  and Sign Writers.  Estimate.-).'iven for all kinds ol liiniso painting  Orders Tor Pdpcrliunisini; and K.ilsniniiiiiiq will  rccniic prompt aticntion.  ADDRESS : P. O. BOX 27>, or  SECOND ST., Behind C. P. R. Shops,  Meeting List night.    Piesent:   The  Mayor. Aid. Foote.  Field,  Lew is. Mc-  The Ross-land Miner remarks :  "As Sir Wilfred Laurier pointed  out, in closing the (J. T. P. debate,  the radical difference between the  liberal and conservative railway  politics i-- that the liberals .-tand  ior two roads between the Wet and  East, while the conservative? claim  that one i.- suf'icient. This i? the  issue upon which the liberals will  stand or fall.  and   legitimate    operation?   mu=t'L'.  continue to be   at   the   mercy   of,  every   scoundrel   who   takes    thef  pains of  terretting   out   defects   jnj  the law for blackmailing purpo-es.  The case  of'Tanghe  v. Morgan'is  an,interesting one.     La?t July the  now well-known Lucky Jack claim  in   the   Poplar   creek   district, was  located as  a   r\\r.\rt7.  claim.      The  ground   was   believed   to   be   very  rich,   the   surface  .-bowing? being  exceptionally   promising,   and   in  one  ?pot   the   quartz   outcropping  contained   a     quantity of  and Abrahanison.  rOKKhSfOXDCVOn. '  Columbia  Athletic  Association for  Lord Dundonald's Banquet.  In Western social events as well as  Eastern, the New Scale Williams Piano  figures prorni- ently, usually being selected specially for the purpose.  At Lord Dunrlon.ilri'fl Banquet in  Prince Albert, on the occasion of his  late visit there, a New Scale Williams  fras supplied and so pleased was the  proprietor of the Hotel, where the Banquet was held, with its excellent qualities, that he purchased the instrument  at the close of the evening.  ������������������ I'inno- kept in   ,-tock hy I'ewl-lnki  isible i fii-iii'.uic'' A'^fiicv. I.ijnit'-d.  Kirm... Immtfi Ju _**  iftszsc   tsmiifG J1  NOW IN ITS 39th YEAR  The leading mining periodinl of the  world, with the strongest ticiitori.il staff of  ���������my technical publication.  ^ Sutiscripiion   S.i.OO   a   year   (including  U. S , Canadian, Mexican postage )  Sample copy free. Send for Hook Catalogue.  The Engineering and Mining Journal  261 Broadway, New York  HENRY'S NDBSEMIES-"  liOIO Wi'stiiiiiiMi-i   Ho.-ul.  Thousands of Fiuit andL  Ornamental Trees !'  Kootenay Lodge  No. IS A.F. & A.M.  The regular meetings  aie hold in the Mas  onic   Temple,   0(1(1-      KullowsJlnll. on the  ^ ���������^= tliiid   Monday   in  ^XjS^r^ each month atbp.m.  3^ ^t=.   Visiting1 brethren  coidially  welcomed.  ,C. A. PROOUNIKK, Skcki-:taky.&  Rhododendrons, Roses,  Greenhouse and llaidy ^>lanth,.,  Homo-Grown and linpoitcd  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  ���������- c  "   For Spring-Planting.  Eastern prices'or less.       White labor.  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paia  F.   B.'-WELLS,  Exporter of Furs  FERTILIZERS.  Bee Hives and, Supplies.  Cut Flowers, und Denims.  CataloRue l'l ee.  , M. J. HENRY,  Vancouvhr, B. (J.  WOOD YARD  I'have  M;i rl imI   ii  per n.-ni   Wood'  Taul mi Thiid stio,.|,. \Vi,ii inv past'  experience i hope to In- in a position  to wiii-fv nil i.'ijiiii "iii������Mi|s rif custom,  crs. Jlill and 'cumIivcmiI -m | lied ill'  any li'iitjllis al i-cdnci il  |.in.������ Im-casli-  U.  SAAISON.  The f-cene at the opera hou.������e on  Tlmrsday night on the cry of "fire"  proved conclusively that building  doe? not provide the necosHnry safeguards, in the public interest in  case of fire occurring in tho building itself. The top gallery .should  be closed altogether against public  use by the audience, and more corn-  gold.       Some   two   month.-    later:"-"   --"-----���������--��������� =-������������������--���������-=-.���������-=r^:i  Tanghe    located     the    Hhamrock ��������� USE*^������&2ZZ^>> \  ::ist: arirlHOYAL crown soap;  His   action   occasioned's^neral in-! The   Best   in   the   World'  -.2^y /lCGs?i  '>J^s?iy{-zL</~o<r?Ls -H? Ju?7rt,  f's  dignation among the miner.- of the  locality at the timr-, and when the  district Gold Coinmi.-sioner ordered  the removal of the Shamrock  stakes,''under authority of Section  128, Sub-section ('<. of the Placr-r  Mining Act," on the grounds "of  the annoyance and interruptions  to which the owners of the Lucky  Jack mineral claim   would   be put  Mail ui 15 Royal Crown Soap  VVrapp'-rs. and in return we  will mail a beautiful Picture  ruo 10x20 ; or for 2o Wrapper/  your choice of over 100 hook*.  I Drop  us a   post  card a������kmj.'  for a catalogue of  premiumj  ,to he had   FRKK   ior  Royal  Urov/n Soap Wrapper.-*,  AddrcH.-  The Royal^Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B. C. Limited.  f.  //'  ny/Hs, &/efL,  ?  /���������or/:->/;  4'- f  ��������� ���������y.  ^Tls'tUsf.  psOstsfle/d /ficscju^it-csj  C<r?iAJ-asrLS a~/jbnsbs<?~n  ft*A  //  fid ^hrn^lor"' '.CUE KOOTENAY-MAIL.  THE WAR.  (Continued from Pago One.  V  Russians", say   that , the   Shikishima  -sank in two minutes after running on  the mines, and that  the Asania was  being towed away by a < vessel of the1  bombarding fleet when < she' also,went  down.       \     " .<���������  ,     >      /., ''-]'  > " , '  i Cliefoo, Muy'39.���������People justarrived  lhere.froir, Dalny-have reported  to the  .Russian, Consul 'thaW the'Japanese  battlesliip   Shikishima 'sankvin--two  " niinutes after contact  with   the sub'-  r  and   that therq!was no  The accident  ' happened, it,  is  said, within   sight of  ' Poit Atthur.'-B The[ battleship   Fuji,  ������������������* not the cruiser* Asama,  which' struck  .the   mine   on',, the* port , bow, had a  heavy list, and wi's' also down " by  the  bow, but was,riglited ������'and 'went off in  tows.'of  'the   other  cruisers.   ., It   is  f   thought impossible,'however, ,'thnt she  ''couldueach poit. * ,    '    ���������    ,  ;,  <'Kome,  May'^l^���������According,, to   a  'telegram'received" here, from 'Tokyo,  ' twOfJjpnnese divisions' have -"arrived  ���������'       marine mine,  ' '<, time to save the ciew  | the No. 1, No. 2, and the. C. P. R. Fnc  brigades and) while "there ^aie {'some  names   that   might   be 'selected   for  special mention it1 would' be invidious  where all' worked "so" well.    Many  of  the public assisted by carrying buckets  of water and in, other,ways., jSupt'  Ivilpatrick rendeiedrexcellent' service  in directing the operations of the GVP-/  R.  brigade and  getting a stream'of  water in from the company's main. / "  The yaul engine was the first to give  the alarm; and .F. B. Wells, and A.������M."  'Pihkham, whofweio coming up"Second  street, rushed^to the lire station'and  rang the bell.   ' * ^        'i ',, '\  v)        f at Tni:"oPi;KA.iioti&i;     ' ���������   <���������  soine" one yelled ,rliic," and for a time  thoi results threatened\ to bo  serious;-  but' cooler  heads prevailed  and 'urged  on the people" that there was no danger  thus lessening the panic. -, Tlie.woist  position'was in the"! wo upper galleries,  which weie packed, and as [it was sonic  few^pcoplc were knocked down and in ^  jiued  in  the rush  for the stahua'vs.  berious'iesults weie nnrrowly averted.  ' ������,     a   v1    T"i: i.ossi:s-   ,      ' '    ,  may be summed as follows:���������,,  F.iB. Lewis, warehouse and'dwelling  E B, EDDY'S  ?'.    ' near Mukden with''the .objectfbf cut-   .1*1,500, insuied lor ,$1,000.  ���������'���������    ting   Geheial, ICurbpatkin's   line'Tof      E. H>LewV. i'uiniture :  retreat northwaid.  :;>���������  h  i"  f;'   '���������, , /, / /,.\��������� i   X   <���������',_,    u /  ,    Five Buildings' Destroyed.^.  V.JLittiyfGirrvBurn'ed1o"Death.  -On Th'uisdav night'about ten "o'clock  one of the wqrst hres'in the.history of  Revelstoke bioke't out?in the house on.  L j ���������   First stieet,'o\\iied'1by'.'J. A.  Kiiigei.  |    ',      The building was occupied by,E.(Gavin  '   a.boiler maker *tit   th'op'.OLVRrshops.  Mr. and  Mis. Gavin? had gone  to'the  conceit  at^ the Opeia Uoiise. and left  "theii foui childien.and it lodger in'the  house. "The cause' of-the ' fiie is suu-  .       ,      *     '��������� - ^  l  'posed to^ have been .the' upsetting 'or  , explosion ofta' lanip/. *   il( t   '_ ~e     '���������  ' Tlnee'of the children r\\eie/iescued.  but  the fomth; Gladys, \\asburncd' to  .death.    Her cues weie hcaid aAer the  f lescuo of the other child ten,.but owing  to,ihe rapid piogiess  of the  liie\ and  - the density ot the, sinoke the les'cuers  ,ivcre iinablento reach herr'Theiemains  ������������������ of the little'one weie found face do\\;n-  'Vaids on thej'inattiess.after  the'liie  and'iemoved  to' R.>lIowson's-tunder-  itakim; establishment foninteiment. .'c  The fiie spread ion the west side,to  ���������"   thc'hou������e"owned .by F-\B Lewis, oc-  ~ ^cupied byE5Jll"!Le\\is.and the Revel-  '   ,stoke Jnsuiance Agency's pianb \\alc-  to Swan   CailsonV stable at'tlie  ie.ii,  a and to Mike Pat's s'toie and a^Chincse  laundi v on the east side>     .   ������      *  the hi:at was ixtexse   '  and the shower of sparks'went as far  as  the City  Hotel .on  the nest  side.  i       ,  Foitunately the  night  was calm.   A  ^leeze would have swept the  flames  oyer the town despite any  efforts that  - could ha\e���������beeu put  foiwa'rd.   Foi a  time  the closely  built section  of Mc-  Ken/.ie aicnue appeared in'clanger, J.  iff. Bennett's stoietwas scotched, and  it   was ''only  'by   keeping"the   wet  blankets on the buildings'on the south  1 side of Fiist   stieet ��������� and   saving the  Japanese lcstaiuant between the scene  of the fiie and  the buildings and the  iight-6f-way behind Mclvenzie avenue  u that the fire was prevented extending  - in thevse directions^  '    'The   city i water   supply   pres������iuo  v played  out after  fifteen minutes, but  the C. P.' 11. biig.'ide tapped 'the coni-  pan/'s main and  sa\ed the situation  by jinnting -the  fire aiea  on the  east  sith to Oiton avenue.   ' >  '   ,     <  . iiekoic  wokk1  was done in the sa\ingof the Japanese  lestaui.int. as this was the key to pie-  venting  the  extension o������L the lire  to  MeKen/.ie avenue.   T. Tt. Corlev'with  i. *  a small but plucky band took up a  position on the roof of tho lestaurant  with amain hose and two or three  liiemen stationed themselves in the  nariow sptico between the Bevel&toko  Insuiancc Company's piano warehouse  and the re&tauiant, piotecting themselves by wet blankets, and kept a  small hose on the lestaurant, wall  while the firemen fastened ropes to the  building and succeeded in pulling it  over sufficiently to give gieater space  for controlling the lire. These efforts  weie attended with success, and the  bystandeis weie full of admiration for  the plucky way in which the work was  done.   The new  HOOK AND  LABDEK  outfit also did good service and was  well handled by the men in charge.  In two hours fiom the time it broke  out the fiie was sufficiently got under  to ensure the safety of the town.  Too much praise cannot be given to  ; and peisonal  effects $300, nbtdnsured.   ,:,~,   ' ','  '; Mrs}- Bkke/Jhouse$1,500) fifniitinc  !fS00, insurance on  hoiise 1)11,00,0 and  on furnituie;.1i30d. '!     f  '*, ',' '"'  - Yoclo^iPuji,,' furniture   and   effects  .151,000, hisured "for $500/    - w. yj ���������, .������  - ^Mike'Pa^store^a.OOO^sto'ck^l.OOO,  insuied   for t!i>r,00p''7oii \btulding^ancL  $500 on stock.* u   ' ������ f^-X'\,Cl   !,���������*  ),,Chinese laundry $1000, not insuied.  rJ. A. Ringer   house $1,500, .'iiisuie'd  $1,000.1 <X ,\,     i. ;,,?,/,*,  - P. Gavin, furniture and effects $300."  S. Cnrlsoiij'pcrsonal effects $300;,.  S." Carlson and/others ^nul.hbises  and cattle in'the outbuildings behind  which weie dcstioypd, but 'these weie  got<out bclorc'tho iiie icached them'.<i  *r.This.isrthe thiul.time in which E.  H.'l^ewis has been binned out in thiee  ,/   '��������� \T ������   r      t       ,'    i ' i    ^  yea is  by liios   bieakmg out injiieigh-  bpuiing   buildings., <tM^r.  umd   Mis.  L"cuis*wde alsoat the Opera House at  the time dt thc,'alafin," bift' tlieir thiee  i    . '   i . <^ i.-  cluklieii ueie lescued by,Miss Ashldy,-  wlio had been lelt in charge ot them.  " . c. i * -^ I    *. l      '     '- rt  - The-lieselsl6ke 'Insuiaiice -Agency  had   'their   pianos'iaiid,. oigans  fully  co\cied-'bv-insuiancc, but  these weie  got ouf-witliout jnuch damage;  \* > .f  Mr.  fPratt, jAnaiiaget   off;'Molsoiis  Bank1~m(5yed his Tuinitjiue'and"effects  to'^CvB.'Uunie and,t C(.V^stoic for  sa tety���������>   ' ���������-_ ������.*���������!, ���������i" -  -i - ��������� i��������� ^  ���������' The  losses of the'iiiCHloot-uputo  $ll.QU0, ofwluch $4,30.0 was coveied  by insurance.'      u ���������      ,. -  ' The water.serviceimproved later'on,  as the lower town andEmpiie Lumber  Company's mains weie shut off.  Much^sympathy is expiossed for Mi.  and 'M^rs. Gavin in the loss of their  little gill, and a subscription list was  staited yesteiday morning to provide  them with 'furniture and ^clothing.  Mr.-Gavin tenders his thanks to the  people of Revelstoke for their kindness  and help.   ^ ,i  Some of E. H. Lewis's, Mis. Blake's,  and Yodo's turnituie, and effects weie  ���������/'KING EDWARD"-aOU0,. ���������  ,'";! IJ5ADLIG HT,'"' o00s. ,^   *  '"EaGLE," JOOs and 200s. ''  "f'VrOTORIA,"'   ., <       ,/   i  'f-LriTLE'cOAlET.''   ,/ n/"[  FOR  SALE   EVERYWHERE.  saved  but  consideiably damaged/   B.  Thomas rendeied valuable  in lescuing the chikhen  sa\ed. ��������� ''  assistance  who weie  The leaders for over 40 yeais.    Haye'  Anti-Friction Wheel Fasteners, Pat-  ���������ent FoQt-Biake,  Instantly adjusted  Rubber "Tire Wheels, for.iall  giades.  ��������� Enamelled^Geais, ,Oak, Gieen, and  * Maroon.   Now is the time to get one.  Illiistiations of 20 stj los from S4~30 to S������i.OO mailed .  free on application   Write for Furniture Cataloguer  T^eilep Bros, Vietof ia, B. C. ���������,  COMPLETE'FURNISHERS. "li,r,  )SAre-the best that can be"bought:1 i'   '  Don.t^experiment^ith other, and (inferior b'rands. %  /f,  <^f^.f^f^.������$������^^������^($"'������^^^(^(^'rjS:^'r^^>f$($f$ f$ <$ <^ r\������ r$ ffr ?$��������� <^ir ^'-     '    "-  i$������"** 7i"^'~ ms* '* *'..* * *J",*i������* **,r '''-' ~,~^~ " *���������','*"' * * * i.*i-*- c.,^ ''  1<VxrpJ  -cbrviAPLTx ^^  The Best House in Town.  Well- Furnished l  ,   ,       ,1       'I'      ���������-���������������'���������  1 Gpod^Table <&':<<)  >    T   ; " Best:Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in.Stock/' vf ��������� A    */'>'���������*..  " ''$\'>'t '-. Wr HAMILTON, "Proprietor. ^^   ',*<���������(��������� >'f ]t ,   V, ��������� o -  Proprietor.    ,     ���������, -   *  '  -      , I '     ' -     >r , ' ^r  ,--'  ^.REVELSTQKE, B.(C; r  PL J ON 'BROS.,, PROPRIETORS. <    ? t"1  - t_^i .every 'respect., / AlLmodern conveniences.-,  Rates ,Sl.i.v .?   < Day.    . .       .  Special Weekly Rates. "  4 ."  Queen's .Hotel* Trotlt ' Lake, underT same   management. ���������  Newly; built'  AN OLD TIMER GONE TO HIS  * l 4   V REST. / ' ,  John Palmar,-late of Cl.mwillian,,  died at the hospital Sunday "���������from, the  effects of his recent accident. De  ceased was SG jeais'of age. Deceased  was a native of Kings Co., Ireland, and  migrated to Canada in ISIS. He was  farming in Outniio for'a tinip. He  came to Ijtitisji Columbia 20 yeai?  ago during nearly the whole ofL which  time he has resided at Clannilliani  He was in the employ of the C. P. K  Vihose service he left last year on the  pension list. lie was formerly a  member of the Royal Trish Consta  bulaiy. He leaves a widow and large  family of sons and daughters, one of  tho daughters being Mrs. C. M. Field  of Revelstoke. The funeral took place  from Mr. Field's residence Thursday.  The funeral was under the auspices of  the Salvation Army, whose band led  the.procession. Col. Friedrichs conducted the burial services. Messrs. H  J. Bourne, Tapping, C. Abrahamson,  Thomas, Jbickey and Wood row were  pall-bearers.  LABORS CALL  C. M. Knowles is representing Revelstoke lodge of Machinists at the  session of the organization at'Fort  William.  , JJuncan Ross, the% liberal nominee for v Yale-Cariboo, was born in Bruce  County,1 Out., in 1870 and educated at the public school 'there and Kincardine  high school. He taught"school one,year in his native county, and came to  P.. 0. in 1889. lie taught ichool in this province',for-four years, and after-  wauls joined the editorial staff of the Victoria, Times. - Mr. Boss acquired the  Boundary Creek Times, at Greenwood, in_ 1897, which paper he has since  edited and published. He has taken an active pint in municipal and public  affaiis, being alderman of the City of Gicenwood ��������� for four yeais and organiser  foi the hbcial paitj dining the last piovincial campaign.  Ah.iloss has inaugurated Jiis political campaign by, splendid public  serwees alicady. He has secured the withdrawal hom reservation of uortion  of the Indian reseno required for the Bed ley -iSmoltor to handle ore from the  Nickel Plate mine,thus leaving to the Similkameen* the smelter which tho  owneis of the mine h.fcl intended taking across the boundary if they could not  get this site. /Die province lias already had one miserable experience of this  soit by the building and operation at-Noithpoit of, the smcltei for handling  the'LcKoi ore. Mr. Ross went to Ottawa at his 'personal expense to lay this  and other matters before the Laurier government, and tho result of his-visit  has been-a signal success which should ensure to him solid support throughout the Okanag.in and Similkameen. t  Mr. Ko=s also lcpiesen'tcd stiongly at Ottawa the necessity of a daily mail  thioughotit the Okanag.in both summer and winter and there is every leasou  to believe hi- mission in this lespect will piove successful.  ' 'He biiitight under die notice of ministcrs'other matters of interest to tlic  Yalc-CaiiHoo constituency, and judging by the success he has already achieved  in piomoting th(\public interest there is little doubt he will be the best man  for the elector- of that district to return to represent them at the coming  dominion elections.  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished, with the choicest the market e-   ���������  affords.      'Best   Wines,   Liquors, & Cigars.  i,"    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.  J".   ' ^IciBIEIRT      STOHSTIEl, ^HPIROIE-  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with' all Modern Conveniences.  OTfcL  Jioonis ith Stales zvilh Baths and  Toilets attached, flozvitw Hoi  and Cold Ijfaler, Inside Toilets on each floor, Gas Lighted an a  "Steam Heated'Throughout. ������ 'J~  -J? C. GREENE, Proprietor,       =       GOLDEN, B. C.        <  GRIP AND PASSWORD.   .  I.. O. L.  Says the Vernon News : c The  Or.ingemeil promise the laigest  parade that ever took place in the  interior for the twelfth of July. A lacrosse match, Kamloops vs. Vernon,  will be a feature of the occasion as  well as firemen's sports, 'including  hose-reel races, hook and ladder and  fire tests, etc. Arrangements have  been made for conveyances to take  visitors to points of interest in the  neighborhood, including the Coldstream Ranch, Long Lake and Okan-  ugtin Landing.    There will be reduced  rates on the railroad and steamer.    '  BURGLARY.  Revelstoke Brewery Again Broken Into.  On Wednesday night the Revelstoke  Brewery owned by Messrs. Allen and  Johnson was again broken into and a  revolver and a keg of beer stolen. The  city police arrested two men on Thursday, and chaiged them with the  offence. They were given four months  imprisonment for vagrancy by R.  Gordon, J. P.  OOMAPLIX  CHIEF-i-YOUNG,      -       -       -'   Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Travellers  to   Fish Creek will find excellent  accommodation  at this Hotel.  orne Hotel  DAVE ORR, Proprietor.  The  best Dohai a Day House  in the lnwti.  Best Brands of Wines, Spirits  and Cigais.  P.  RNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  <^^fc=^Calgary, Alberta - ������.   -j-.*,^i>j������..v-aa--=->r*. a  ���������r ..Irf-e-iJ.       J.-".iW  ..,.,. .  THE KOOTENAY. MAIL.  . &  NAKUSP.  Foreman  Mclntyre  is  in  'From Our'Own Correspondent..  'The C. P. R. are rushing the repairing,of the Kootcnay. - ,        '  I am sorry  to  have  to  report that  .Mrs. J.' Genclle is very ill!  Mrs. F. W. Jordan and her mother  .'have gone to spend a month or two on  'their ranch at Fire Valley. ' ��������� <  The athletic club is busy practising  for the 24th, Victoria Day. They  intend going .to Denver to play a base-  Call game'" ' ,  ' Miss riant andMr. K. Abbic of this  place were married in Sloca'n last week  by Kev.' T. S. Glassfoid. They' are expected homo tomorrow.  "A largc'niimber'of the congregation'  oi the Presbyterian church met at the  ' .church last night and' presented Mr'.  and  Mrs..Glassford with   a  purse on  occasion of their leaving here.  .May 18th. ' "  -    One Cause of Anaemia  Is 'well known.,to be constipation  which can be avoided if Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake mid Butternut  are used occasionally. Unequalled for  the stomach, liver and "bowels. Use  only Dr. Hamilton's Pills, price 25c.  ARROWHEAD.  From our own Corre-iioiideiit.  'Mr. .Rcid, of Chicago, brother of  "W. R. Rcid,''arrived in Arrowhead on  'Wednesday.   ,        <       ,'       ���������' '',  A' diffeien'ccof 'opinion between the  '.Jap'railway  hands  working  with the  , steam shovel gang and one of our local  Chinamen culminated in about twenty  ' Japs arming themselves with axes,  club.-, etc., and chasing  the.unfortun-  -.a'.e '-.Chink" into Mr. McKce'hnie's  house. - They would no doubt have  metaphorically wiped the floor' with  him had not Mr. McKcchnie appeared  upon the scene and restored peace.'  ��������� /' A'few days ago a '" Chink," with a'  fervent'wish-'to be-'"all same white-  ' man," , which laudable desire was  doubtless accentuated by the cup that  cheers, likewise inebriates', asked two  of'the ruling race to amputate tho  glory of a Chinaman, his pigtail. This,  with a wish   to encourage  one of  the  ' "yellow peril '] to renounce the pomps  and .vanities of 'the llowery kingdom,  they  proceeded .to  do, assisted   by  a  - Dlunt    penknife.       No'  sooner    did  ' "Jimmic" seethe Chinaman's pride  lying on the floor than be burst"into  itears'and declared1" he never go back  ���������to China no more."' He now seeks the  seclusion his cabin grants.  ' On Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs.  Lightbourne, of the Union Hotel, gave  & most- enjoyable dance by way of a-  house warming. Among those present  ���������were Mr. and Mrs. Barker, Mr. and  Mrs. l'rosscr, Mr. and Mrs. Melrose,  Mr. and Mrs. Hayes. Capt. and Mrs.  Kane, Mis. Fife, Mrs. Torslund. Mrs.  .Gibson. Mis. McKcchnie, Mrs. Barber,  ~Miss Barber, Mr.-. Kennedy, the Misse-  Kenncdy, Miss Cedarbolm. Miss nun-  can, Mr! and Mrs. Charles Kirk, Mi������  Joliffe(Revelstoke), Mrs. Shaw (Galena  Bay). Messrs Newman, Pender., Mc  Carthy (Kevelstoke).Woodland, Jamie-  son, ll. K. Livingston. L. Livingston,  G. Chapman Cole, Bernhardt Armstrong, Richardson, Taylor.^ Spalding  Mcl-eod, Young, lfeffron and many  others. Jt is unnecessary to state that  a nio-t enjoyable 'evening was spent.  and dancing  wa.������   kept  up   until  an  " early hour. The niu-ic wa- supplied  hy the Arrowhead Orche.-tr.i. Bert  FJliutt acted as M. C. Mr. and Mr-.  Lightburne are to be congratulated  upon the unqualified -liccci-" of tho  ���������cvenim.'.  this year.  charge. . (  The new' , Enderby paper, the  Edenograph, came in to 'existence on  Thursday. 'Mr. Walker is to be congratulated on his first issue  ployed this season on the Mountain  and Shuswap division.' $100,000 will  be expended'this season in permanent  way improvement in the Eagle Pass.  ���������The time table . is out. for the new  passenger service of two trains a  day,  Best'.Milk in Town  ��������� The'municipality of Spallimcheen   The   designation   of No. 1 and 2  will  is blessed with a council and a hot one  remain and the new trains to  be put  it is. , Some time ago the merchants  petitioned to have a'license put on  pedlar's, but as soon as the backs of  the delegation were turned, they began  to fear that some of thcpedlars whom  they had been-in the habit of, patronising might be annoyed. So it is being put off every meeting.' They do  not, however, neglect to.grant money  and anything else that will help out  the ranchers in their,,respective wards,  But so far as the merchants are con;  cerned they show ii supreme disregard.  One of the council men had the ex-  peiie'nce of getting an article that  cost him,$5.00 the other day that die  does not need and is kicking himself  for getting it. If that bylaw had been  in force he would , not. have been  bothered by'the agent. Experience is  a splendid teacher.  ENDERBY.,  on will be known"as No. 96 east-bound  and No. 97 west-bound. No. 1 westbound will arrive at Revelstoke at 2.35  a. m."and No. 97 west-bound at 5.25 p.  m. No. 2 east-bound will leave Revelstoke at 12.05 p.'m. andNo. 96 at 9.25  a. m. , The Shuswap and Okanagan  train will leave Sicamous at 7.30 a. m.  ThcArrowhead train will.leave Revelstoke at 9.20 a.m., and'is due at  Arrowhead at 10.40. It - will leave  Arrowhead, for Revelstoke at 3.45,  arriving at 5.10.  NEW BUILDINGS.  The Telephone  Company  are  hav  ing plans prepared in  the, east for an  up-to-date central office which will be  erected on Second Street. '.   - " ���������.  .. I want more customers for .milk.  Residents in Ward 3 preferred for  ,   ; convenience of delivery.       ��������� ' [ ���������  The Cleanest'Dairy in the City  The Government Inspector also  ~" certifies, J have the richest milk  ,'   in the city  v >av^/,;v-'V' v  E. RABOUCHESE,,  Douglas Street,    '-       -'   Revelstoke'.  THIS IS NOT, EGOTISM;  ' We believe we know our business.  Oui- business is to help you do your  business.' ,We supply up-to-date business: ini'iins < and 'methods,���������money  saving.devices and how to use them.  ARMSTRONG.  From our o\wi 1'orra-poinlent.  About three pait- oi the people hen-  will go to l-'nderby on tho 2-lth.  Goo. Lewis is building a residence  on bis property on Ifalliday's road.  J,uiic- Wright's residence in KosC-  dtilc i- nearly icady for the pla-torci-  Char, rr.irdy i-s putting in the  foundation for Mr. Armitage's house  in East View.  Mc->r=. Fisher iv Sage have application.- for 18 hoii-Os. and not a vacant  one to I if had.  Kain i- very badly needed here and  if it does not come soon the clay  lanehes will bo out of it for a crop. '  Messrs. Martin A- Young have completed their cut at Otter Lake and are  now busy shipping the lumber to  Vernon.  The municipal pile driver is being  used to rciiair nil bridges in the district  From Our Own Correspondent.  .las. McMann^ of'Revelstoke, came  in Wednesday train, and is looking up  property in'Enderby.      ,    -  D. A. Hyslop, of Calgary, has taken  position as 'book-keeper" with "the  Columbia Flouring Mills Co. c  Donald McKay and YV. H. Manning  of'Balmoral, Man., came in on Thursday's train with a carload of settlers  effects, and will locate in this vicinity.  ,. R. S. Pclly"; P.- L. S., was in town  this week sub-dividing'apportion of  Peter Greyoli's propcrty^nto acre lots,  which will be sold for building purposes. ��������� ' ,' i  Henry Le Francios, who acted as  assistant operator at the.C. P. R. oflice  here,.has been promoted, and is' now  in charge of the 'Station' at Clan-  william.'       ' '- l  ���������  ' Rev. A. E. Roberts and William  Hancock left,on Monday for Vancouver  to attend the annual conference of the  Methodist Church, which, is now in  session in that city.  .  .  On Thursday .last the,"Enderby basc-  balKcam paid Armstrong a visit, and  played a match with the nine of that  town. This game ended in favor of  the Enderby -.team���������the score being  26 tp 14. The success of the Enderby  boys is'attributed to their good batting  and the untiring etVoits oi their coach.  On Wednesday, the ISth inst., H. M.  Walker published the first number oi  Enderby's first newspaper, entitled the  Edenograpb. The name , is certainly  suggestive and' is well applied, as it  would be difficult indeed to find a more  favorable spot in which, to locate in  this broad dominion of ours than this  town or surrounding country in which  the paper is published. The paper is  a bright newsy sheet, written in a bold,  busines.-like style and is bristling with  original idea.- which reflect creditably  on the editor, and we are inclined to  think that'the right man has .-truck  our town. Mr. .Walker will publish  the Edenograpb on independent lin<\-.  and no doubt it, will f������- in demand as  a reliable, source of information for  any who wish an unbiassed opinion  upon matters pertaining to the valley.  THE MINES.  The .St. Eugene mine has resumed  operations, after a shutdown of two  years. The present working force  numbers 200 men.  The Oro Denoro, the development  of which is making good headway  under the management of Smith  Curti.-, is shipping 1.10 tons a day.  _ ��������������������������� >������������������  RAIL AND STEAMER.  With the new passenger time table  giving two trains a day each way  through Revelstoke, Conductors  ffcrchmer, Chess Armstrong and J.  Lawson are to be promoted to the  passenger soivice. The ik-w service  involves the employment of seven  passenger crews between Kara loops  and Laggan.  It ii now' probable the propo-jed  station and increased yard accommodation for Revelstoke will be laid  over for another year owing to the  large expenditure to be incurred in  putting the permanent way into first-  class condition. This expenditure  includes Hie building of three new  steel bridges over the Eagle river, and  a large amount of filling and earthwork, two   steam   shovels   being em-  NO BETTER JBEAD  .' <;     ' In town than that made    ' v  , ."at' Smith's   Bakery!  and.,  Cakes of Every Kind '>'  Agents for the Celebrated  '   ' MONSOON TEAS.'r  MA. SMITHS CO.  , McKenzie 'Avenue, Revelstoke.  TBNOWEI.L I.OOSIi-I.I  Loose Leaf Files and'-Ledgers with  lilintrs specially ruled, printed, perfor-  'atfdand punched to suit any style ol  binder. , ���������    " ' ' '   ���������   ���������' '  ... _ ,���������_/v.  TENOWKLL TRANSFER FILE."  ��������� .' ' f  Kootenay Maif Publishing Co. Limited!  \      '   REVELSTOKE,' B. C.   ,'.; '  1 To prove" to you that) Dr..  Chnse's Ointmont is a certain  and absolute euro for each/  and every form of itchinfc,  bleedinKand protrudinK pilca.  'the manufacturers have guaranteed it. See testimonials in tlio dailv press nnd risk j our neiic >���������  bors whatthev think o"it, 'S on can u-e it and  cct vour nioiirv hai k if not cured. U)c a box. at  all dealers or Edmanson.Hates & Co..T oronto.  Dr. Chase's Ointment  Don't Negleet  | Spring Weariness |  Which.is Nature's Warning. That" There Is Something*  .      _       ;' f' .   ���������r     ' . ' -' ''    ' *&'  ,  '   Wrong With Your Health;    Don't Oppose,  ,. < '        '      <  r ' ' 1 ',-���������''/-'  '���������'.', , ������ but Assist Nature/    ,. '  Build Up, l}et>. Strong, Nourish the Blood, f  .;   ";-    Tone, the'Systp,!,;.      :*  THE FOOD TON IG  f.������ *  eat  ".[  4"  GIANT  POWDER CO.,  CON.  MANUFACTURERS OF '   ...        ���������.   ��������� ,   .  Explosives! for Mining, Stump-  :    , ing and Railroad Work ���������  Dealers   in   Fuse,   Detonators,, and   E,lectrici .Blastin'g  ���������   ���������' '',"���������      'J .      '!        Apparatus! a . -,        '      ,-  '"   '     .     , ��������� ��������� 'FACTORIES:     . r_   ,    ,J,. '..   ,  Telegraph Bay, Vancouver Island. ���������        Giiwyt, California. "l -  Clipper  4       , Gap, California.,'   '  ;    , _    ,,','-' . '' ,       , , .,   _^^^  Weekly Mail and tmpire  For. News-  24 Pages  THE picture shown (is one dear to every man, woman,  boy and girl, on accouDt ot its meaning���������" The Victoria'Cross," given for conspicuous bravery. If only  the soil of South- Africa ' could voice the deeds performed  upon " it, how many Victoria Crosses would have be^a  found to have been earned by- Canada's sons! It is  hard in the heat of action ��������� to notice' every act of valor, and  therefore only those whici take place under, the eye of  superiors of sufficient rank can be noted. '    ���������  Trie picture shows one of sucn deeds Two troopers are  closely pressed by the enemy. The horse of one is hit.  Under the withering fire, the man whose mount is unharmed  halts, and, risking everything, waits to get his comrade safely  mounted behind him and carry him back to the Canadian  lines. It is a desperate deed, and one often performed but  seldom noticed. When, however, such an act is seen, the  reward   dear   to   soldiers'   hearts    above  every  other is the  result.  This picture is from the Drush of Mr. W. B. Wollen, an  artist famed for his war pictures, one whose work appears in  all the leading illustrated periodicals of the Empire. It is a  forceful subject from the hand of a strong man.  The Mail and Empire  has obtained the exclusive right for this picture in Canada.  It is a perfect ten-color reproduction, and will be given Fi^EE  to readers under the following conditions: ���������  With The Weekly Mail and Empire  New and old tubKriben rmj Kcare one copy of the Ar'.oZrarur������ on orderin������  ONE YEAR'S labKriptioB, prpble in advance, milled to an; ad-lreia in  Canada, Great Britain or United States for $1.00.  For aamplM ot pajxr and far her pirticulan, writ* to���������  CI&CULATION DEPARTMENT,  MAIL AND, EMPIRE,  TORONTO.  A  Restorative,   Vitalizer  and' Ideal  H ������ * A ���������   i. W-i-J->*\. ^ i ������ ���������j i  Sprinq Medicine  , , ,   , *     .."',;   pj. '    * -   ,   .'      < <"    - -      ,  1 *   'From the earliest time.it has Iheen'uniyei'sally.ueknowledged that'  '.-thetiansitory peiiod between Winter and Springis the seed time.of  disease.   , .,."., , ���������    '..        , _  (      T We exercise less, probably bathe less.'in  Winter than in Summer,  ������������;and,1icsidos,.we cover the.body with woollens and furs, thus prevent-  ������ * 'ing the elimination^ poisons through' the pores of the skin.  ^  Here you have the cause of your tiredness.'   The^ different functions  ���������*j*Mif the body have not been active. '   .     .' ��������� ,    ,      s    '  X -Vs a consequence  I'he  blood  is loaded' with' poisons-th*- Whole"  ^ system is contaminated wHli  unhealthy matte.'..,The blood is.so poor  j -w and thin that it cannot pi.ssibly nouush the dilVcretit, organs, and your  t-Pack ol" strengl h is'a direcb warning of trouble a acrid:1 r  ���������:���������'''  It is imperative Unit you  build  up as quickly as possible.   -You  e * 'inust.incicasc your blood supfilv and make it rich and red.    '  ***'.      The only,way.Ibis  can   be done  is  bv  i.Mtig Ferrozone, whia-b is  4"'ackiiowledRi'd  to, be the  most 'effichnt, Spring  medicine  ever awn-  T(    . ������     '     i f  .        .    . i t  'S* pounded.   "'        ' ���������- ' ,,        , ,,.'..'-  4������  ' ���������  o'  The.iniii'velo'us  purifying audi'tonic  properties of Ferrozone iirer*^  ; quivkly felt, because the'"blood is ai'once- supplied w'''i the element's it'.*f*-,  needs to' become  rich, and   red.    litis ironisutl,  vitalized, and rapidly ������J������.  ���������brcHight to its noiliial strength.    ;   ', ,   ���������     ,.*,!.']-,.,:- .   \ . ),      '_ ^  I       The very best ingredients for- toiling up the system are contained'  in Ferrozonc, and'if you use it yonuwe stire- to get back your,old-time  'strength and spirits. ,'  If you suller from debility, insomnia, nervousness, loss of appetite-  or any of the symptoms of disordered  blood,  nothing  will so rapidly  tone you up as this great food ,tonie,. Ferrozone.    Its record of success- ������J������ ,  full cures, its ivcoin'mendiitionby the- public, by druggists and doctors^ *g>  comniends it to every thinking person. , , ������|������  You need Fei rozone to make you well. Why not get it to-day?- *jr  T Sold by all druggists; price 50c per box, or six boxes for $2.50. By,jf  T mail, postpaid, to any address, if price is forwarded to N. O. Poison &' V  T Co., Kingston. Out., or Hartford, Conn., U. S.'A. . '    *f*  *. ��������� . .    . 1^'  Hamiiton Powdier Go;  MANUFACTURERS OF  HIGH EXPLOSIVES;  JBlasting, Mining, Stumping and Sporting Powders  Dealers in Electric Blasting. Apparatus, Safety Fuse, Detonators,, etc.    '  ���������'Ordcis filled promptly and carefully. ,    '     ���������;  Sole Manufacturers of Nobel's Gelignite.  "Here's Health"  There is health and strength  in every.draught of  9  j.t contains in  the   smallest  possible bulk all the strengthening  ' and stimulating properties of the  finest   beef-and   is   so   palatable,   refreshing  and  invigorating  that  thousands  are  getting  THE BOVRIL HABIT���������because they like it  ���������because it is the ideal cold weather beverage.  Warming���������Nourishing���������Stimulating.  <3  V   'II A'M  THE KOOTENAY, MAIL.  BOILERS  AND,  ENGINES.  Saw''Mill Machinery  VWood Working Machinery  ."Machinery for all purposes  All of very best makes.    -  ,  .Write       ' '    \      ���������  . J. L.NEILS0M &;C0.V/  602 Main St.,Winnlpeg,  ���������''.OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  i, Royal Mall Lines. "'  ���������"   Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  ' ,      ALLAN LINE. '  I From St. John, Halifax,-Portland, New York.  Protorian  t ��������� Feb. 8  I Laurentian .'.,,'. > Keb. 13  j loni'iu  Fcb!"22  rSioilinn : '. Fob ������7  , Bavarian ��������� 3iftr. 5  1   .^DOMINION LINETKrom Portland.  Canada ; Feb. 0  Dominion : Feb. 27  Canada ...! '., '...:. Mar. 12  CAN. PAO. ATLANTIC S. S.-From St. John.  tirike Mnnitobn....*. ".  Feb. 6  . Lake ChamplaiM1..: '...'.Feb "0  1 Lake Eric    : JIar. 5  ���������    WHITE STAR LINE-Froin New York.  Majestic... ..* .'..'...!'. Feb? 0  - Oee.unc ". ': Feb. 17  ^Celtic -...'. : Fob. 14  Cednc -. Feb. 23  .Majestic ; . j\lar.  CUNARI) LINE-From New York. '"  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal of  Minerals on Dominion Lands in Mani-  /   * i ,  toba. the Northwest Territories and  the Yukon Territory. ' .,  Ktrurin..'. ���������    > .'...Feb    ,  Umbria   .  ... .- '..Feb. 1  Ivernia Feb. 25  Campania ".  Feb. 22  Etruria r...-...."....'. Mar. 0  Passengers ticketed through to all parts ol  Great Britain and.Irelnnd. and at specially low  rates to all parts of the European continent.  Apply to nearest railway or steamship agent or  to  Coal.���������Coal lands may be purchased at  MO per acre for soft coal and ?20 for anthracite. Not more than 320 "acres can  be acquired by one Individual or company. Royalty -at the rate of ten cents  per ton of 2,000 ipounds shall be collected  on the gross output. ,,  Quartz.���������Persons of eighteen years and  over and Joint stock companies holding  free miner's certificates may, obtain entry  for a milling- .location.    ��������� "  ���������  A free miner's certificate Is granted for  one or more years, not exceeding live, up-,  on payment In advance of $7.50 per annum  for, an- Individual,  and  from $50  to  $100 per annum for a company, according,  'to capital. 1  / A free miner having discovered mineral  in place, may, locate a claim 1500x1300 feet  rby marking out the same with two legal  posts, bearing location ' notices,'. one at  each end on the line of the lode or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within fifteen days if-located within ten miles of a  mining recorder's office, one additional  day allowed for every additional ten  miles or fraction. The fee for recording  a claim is $6.  ��������� , At least $100 must be expended, on the  claim each year or paid to the mining recorder'in lieu theieof. When $500 lias been  expended or paid, the locator'may,' upon"*  having a survey made, and upon comply--f  Ing with' other requirements, .purchase  the iland at $1.00 an awe.      7   .       '..   -  Peimission may be granted by the Minister of the Interior to locate claims  containing iron and mica, also copper, In  the Yukon Territory, of an area not exceeding 100 acres.- ,  The patent'-for a mining location shall  pro\ iile for the payment of .1 royalty of 21 per  cent of the sales 01 tiie l-ioducls of Hie lociiiun.  Placer Mining, Manitoba.and the N.W.'  T., excepting the* Yukon Territory.���������  Placer mining claims generally are 100  feet- square; entry fee, $5,, renewable  yearly. . On the North Saskatchewan  River claims; for either bar or bench, the  former being 100 feet long and extending  between high and low water mark. The  latter includes bar-diggings, but extends  back to the base of, the hill or bank, but |  not exceeding 1,000 feet. Where steam  power Is used, claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained.     , ,  Dredging In ���������, the - rivers of Manitoba  and the N. W. T., excepting ,the Yukon  'Territory.���������A free miner may obtain only'  two leases of five miles each for a term  of twenty years, ienewable in the diseie-  tion  of  the Minister of the Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the submerged beds or. bars of .the river below-  low water mark, and subiect to the lights  of all pez-sons who have, or who may ie-~  ceive entries for bar diggings or Dench,  claims, except on '. the Saskatchewan  River, where the lessee may dredge to  high water mark on each alternate leasehold.  The lessee.shall.have.a'.dredge in operation within one season from the date of  the .lease lor each  live miles,  but where  a person or company has obtained more  than one lease, one dredge for"each fifteen    miles    or ��������� fraction 1 is" sufficient.  Rental,' $10  per annum for'each  mile of  ..riverJeasod    Royalty at the late of two  and a halt per cent collected,on the out-  put'aliei   it exceeds $10,000.  (Dredging ,111  the .Yukon  Territory.���������Six'  'leases ot five'miles each'may be granted  tea  free   miner   for'a  term   of  twenty  years,' also renewable.       t ���������  The lessee's right'is confined'to the'  submerged bed or bars in the river be-  ,low low water mark, that boundary to  be fixed ������by its position on the 1st day or.  August m the year, of the date of .the  lease.     -       "       " ���������   ;>  The lessee shall have one dredge in op  eration within two years from the date,  or the lease, and one dredge for each  five miles within six years from such  date. Rental. $100 per mile for the first  year, and $10 per mile for each subsequent year. Royalty, same as placer mining. (.  Placer Mining In the Yukon Territory.  -Creek, river ,gulch and hill claims'shall  not exceed 250 feet In length, measured  on the base line.or general direction' of  the creek or,gulch, the width being from  1,000'to 2,000 feet. All other placer claims  shall be 250 feet square. '  Clafms'are marke'd by two,legal posts,  one at each end, bearing notices, t, Entry  must be obtained within ten days, if the  claim is within ten miles of .mining recorder s office. One extra day allowed  for each additional ten miles or fraction.  " The person or companj staking a claim  must hold a free miner's'certificate.  The discoverer of a new mine Is entitled  to a,claim of 1,000 feet in length, and If  the party consists of two, 1,500 feet alto-:  gether, on the output of which no royaltv  shall be charged, the rest of .the, partj-  ordinary claims only. ���������     ,       /  Entry fee,^$10.' Royalty .at the rate of  two and one-half per cent on the value  of the gold shipped from the Yukon Territory to be paid to the Comptroller.  No'fiee miner shall receive a grant of  more than one mining claim'on each sep-  eiate river, creek or gulch, but the same  miner may hold any number of claims  by purchase, and fiee miners may work  their claims in partnership by filing  , notice and paying fee of $2. A claim may  be abandoned, and another obtained on  the same creek, gulch or river, by giving  notice and paying a fee.  Work must be done ��������� on1 a claim each  ^���������ear to the value of at least $200.  A'certificate that work'has been'done  must be obtained each jear; if,not, the  claim shall be deemed to be abandoned,'  and,open to occupation and entry by a  free miner.  ��������� The boundaries of a claim may be defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices in the Yukon  Official Gazette. - , ,     j   ,  ' Petroleum.���������AH unappropriated Dominion Lands in Manitoba,. the -North-west  Territories'and within the Yukon Terrl-  toiy aie open to prospecting for petroleum, and the. minister may reserve for  an individual or company having machinery ,on the land to be mospected,  an area- of 640 acres. Should the prospector discover oil in paying quantities,  and satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area not exceeding 640 acies, including the oil well'and such other land  as may be determined, will be sold .to  the discoverer at. the rate of $1.00 an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate as  may be specified by order-in-council.  Department of the, Interior, Ottawa,  Febi nary, 1901, ,        " v  ,:-,     "   JAMES.A. SMART  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior,  FRUIT GROWING AT KEL0WNA.  - The following is a report by a leading fruit-grower here to the Government Bureau  ' ' ��������� 1 ( 11  '.1 . ��������� '���������','' 1  The Secretary Bureau of Information,   ' ,  Kelowxa B. C.  Victoria, B. C.  Dear Sir:        '  ��������� , '     . , -    . '    ,  . < In reply to your request for a further report on Fruit Growing in the Okanagan Mission Valley I have thl  honour to submit the following :       ' ��������� < ' <  The alluvial lands of the Okanagan Mission .Valley 'seem to have'special advantages for the culture of the -imnle-  and Pear. The proximity of the Lake has an equalizing effect on the climatic conditions and in consequence " once,  the trees come into bearing, regular crops are the rule    - ������ /  ioJt^^O^^^ ^ "*" "^ / ^^ ��������� *������ ^ , "^ ^���������" ".' *** W"*  " \ Cherries, Peaches, Plums, etc., also thrive ex-ccllently on these'lands. <   ' '' '    ~,      -      '  " The bench lands and lower foot hills arc'also good frfiit' lands and are adapted for Orchards wherever water cm  be laid on and where the slope of the land> not too steep as'to 'make the cost of 'irrigation and cultivation Too  expensive and dilhcult.i        ��������� ��������� , ,, ,    1������uu" t0������  , ' -       EXPENSE OF SETTING OUT 20 ACRE ORCHARD OK AI'I'LES  20 Acres at $100 an acre ...'. ,_    :  Fencing ...."...'. .*..'. '_  Piepnring Land at .$5.00 acre '...'...' '.   Trees at 121 cent's each", 30 feet apart, 068 trees..'   Freight on same (about) ..". ' '..:'. '!  Setting out and planting at 5 cents..... J '.'...'''}  $2000 00  200 00.  100 00  121,00  ���������    20 00  '   48 40  1   /     1 ' ,<" ' ���������'     '        ��������� '    ' , * -        ��������� .     -       $2189 -10     '  .    For the first year or two potatoes or root crops may well be grown between 'the trees.' r It is  a good   m-ictieP W>  sow the land between tlwtrees with clover hay keeping a strip cacli side of the' row' of trees' cultivated ������������������   As 'the tree   '  grow each year a furrow should be ploughed 'off  the edge'<of  the" clover and about the' fifth or sixth vear the r-wlt-  should bo ploughed under.       ,       _,   -  > ' , ,,'���������        ,       ,  <" ,'. T,/'   ' ���������������>' ,  , ���������<.    ������ el  -  *     " ~ ' -���������''( , <'      \,< COST  OF UPKEEP.     ft .     ,    "' '.   , -'" '   '.  ..The cost of-'cultivating'the  land  occupied  by  the \ trees,, spraying  and .pruning thorn should not'exceed the-'  following figures :    ,_ - .-,.._ , ,        '_.*,.-. ��������� s      5    ���������    .    . .'.  .First Year $10 an acre..'.'.  < Second Year ,$10 an acre..  Third-Year $15 an. acre/..  Fourth' Year ,$20 an-acre..  Fifth Year $25 an acre.'..'.  CEALED TENDERS addressed.to the undor-  --' siKiied, and endorsed " Tender for Drill  Shed, Bo-.sl.ind, 13 ,C.,'"uill be recched .ltthis  oflico until Thursday. .May 2(1 19(11, iiichishelj,  for the construction of .1 Drill Shed at Rossland,  B. C , according to plan-, and specification to be  seen at the Public lluildiiia. ac Roeslnud. B. C  and lit ihe Department of Public .Worts,  Ott.iuM, and ill the oihrc of Mr William Hond-  er-on, Clerk or Work--. Victoria. 13. C.  Tenders will not be considered unless made on  the printed form -upphccl. and signed with the  aclual signatures of the tenderers.      ' @  An accepted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to the order of tho Honorable the  Minister of Public Work-, equal to ton percent  (10 p c.) of the amount of the tender, must  accoinp.ui} each tender. The cheque will bo  forfeited if tho party tendering decline the contract or fail to complete the work contracted  foi, and will be returned 111 case of non-acceptance of tender."     ..  l,-Tlio Department does not bindiitself to'accepl  the lowest orany tender.  /U       '   '  'Kj order. t  r   .  *      " FRED. GELISAS.,  Secretary,  Department of Public Works,        -'   '  ���������" Ottawa, April 20,1901 . "       '  Newspapers inserting this achcrtisoment  without authority from the Department, will  not ho paid for it. 1  ,.$20'0 00  200 00  , "'300 '00  '400 00'  l 500 00  <,'  ''   ���������. ;,;������������������.,��������� .   ��������� ��������� -,    ,   ��������� $1600 00 - ..  'The cost of cultivating the land between the trees should be paid for .by whatever'crop is grown, on-the land. r'-   '���������  -.Most varieties 'of ApplesOwiU ' produce a  considerable- quantity of fruit/in the fifth year and';in'the sixth year-  should produce more than enough to pay expenses for care spent on the  Orchard.   The  Orchard   in  the'sixth' year  will represent an investment of $4836.00 made up as follows: a ,   < )  Original Cost.1 :,.,.  , 5 years, intcrcsttat 6 p6r cent.  ��������� Upkeep ' '   $2489 40  ,s 746 82  , leoo'oo-  . 5"$4836 22'.  The Master Mechanics Pure T.ir Soap heals  and softens the skin, while promptly cleansing  it of grease, oil, 1 list, etc. Invaluable for me-  . chnnics, fnimcis. sportsmen Free sample of  receipt of 2c. for postage. 'Albeit Toilet Soap  Co.. manufnctuiers, Montreal.'  Equivalent to $242.00 an Acre. - . ,   , -,      l  The following ligu'i-es<niay be of interest: ' ,, * ( ,.  '. An Orchard of'13 acies in the fifth'year produced a crop which'sold for $329 delivered' at the packing house iir  the 6th year $551X83, in the 7th year $2088.00, in the 8th year $1701.78, in the 9th year with 4 acres of young apple'-  coming into bearing $3809.00. . " -1    ��������� ,    - . {  ./     The Orchard referred to.is not yet at its best'-and niay.be expected to give much larger .returns in the future..  1,  .. There seems no reason why an -.Apple Orchard properly tieated should not produce an average  crop of 15 tons to -  the acre and'the trees should  on   this fertile land have attained-a sufficiently .large size'at latest eleven years after  planting.     ' ��������� , '.   "- -������������������,"! - . ^ ' - ,  -    ', A-Pear Orchaid sh6uld"produceKnt' I. a6tVs'much if the tiecs aie planted a proper distance"apart.   -'        --<'-;-' - -' ~&  ��������� Bartlett-Pears can be plan ted-lSx It   Heurrb D'Anjou will probably require 25x25 when they attain maturity.   *'  These figuicswere prices realised for the crop delivered unpacked at the Fruit Packing 'warehouse and  averaged"  as follows : ^ __ ���������       -  '* L . . ������   ������  !" *        "        '     "Apples...,..-...'..; " .: ;.. $20 to ,$28 per .ton.   .-  *" ,     Pears  .'  ������30  ." ' ������     ������  1     , , Plums j--." ' '  ' $22 to $25   "     ','  ' Prunes , ���������;  $20 to $25    ','     '���������'   *.  The price of fruit in the seventh year was higher than in the eighth year; the weight of fruit was about the same.  The trees promise a heavier crop this year than last.'       ,'     ,       ' " '  Expense of working the Orchard in the ninth year was about $1500 including everything.  VARIETIES "TO PLANT. .1  The following varieties are proving especially piofit.iblc and arc suitable for our markets  ,,'  Summer���������Yellow Transparent, Bed Astraclian. Duchess of Oldenburg.  Fall���������Wealthy, Giavcn&tino, Macintosh Red. '  Winter���������Jonathan, King of Tomkina, Northern Spy. Ben Davia. ' '   ' ������  When fruit has been gtown for a longer time as a biiainess no doubt other varieties will come to the fiont.  Pears���������Barlett' IJcuricD'Anjou aie doing well and sell well, Howell Pear, Louise Bonne.  Plums���������Peach Plum, Biadshnw, Ponds Seedling. Columbia.  Prunes���������Kalian.   " , '     ^   . .-  Kothing has been said about small fruit1 which grows to perfection on 0111 light loamy soil, as  when   one has the-  carcof an   Orchaid  of Apples,   Peats, Plums, etc..   'to look after, it is not worth while'spending the time on small  fruit, but E might'mciition to give you tin idea, that I got 300 ci.ites of Strawberries oil' three quartois of an acie la=t  year.     Given plenty of watci at the right time and thcie is hardly a limit to the crop.  Youis. truly,  - T. W. STIRLING.  Don't be satisfied to work  along; in the same old way  for low wages. Wc can  help you carve out a successful career. Thousands  have increased their salaries  by following- our plan. Wc  can train you in spare time,  and at small cost, for any g!  of the  following' positions:  . Mechanical, Electrical, Steam, Civil, or  Mining Engineer; Electrician; Surveyor;  Architect; Draftsman; Bookkeeper; Stenographer;   Teacher;   Show-Card   Writer;  1 Window Dresser; or Ad Writer.  Write TODAY, R( ntinsr which position intercuts you, to  INTERNATIONAL  Correspondence    Schools  Box 799, SCRANT0N, PA.     .  OK CAM. OS 01U I Of A I. llEI'limLITATIVB I  0. J. WILKES,  Box 762. Nelson, B. C.  Mnve it new and up-to-date  Cut good paper and workmanship by steam  power  Get your Printing done fruin  on New Presses  No matter what class of printing you lequire we can do it for"you  Loose leaf accounting systems a specialty  L  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Co.,  Limited.  .  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  CAMBORNE.  A. F. Posenberger is" pushing development work and piospecting on  the Goldfinch pioperty, and there-  suits are piomising. The work so far  indicates the location of a vein which  looks as if it were the source of the  mineralisation on the Goldfinch hill.  Some rich ore has been developed, and  the property is looking more promising than ever. The stamp mill will  be started up shoitly to ha.id'e the ore  recently developed.  Mr. Kosenbcrger has tnken charge  of the Eva under his bond from the  Imperial company and is endeavoriut:  to conserve as far as nossiblc the interests of all pin ties concerned in this  pioperty. Development is being  steadily pushed ahead and the ten  stump mill is 1 mining full time, with  fairly good Jesuits, but it will bo  necessary to' piovide the capital to  equip the mine with an ttir compressor and power drills before much  further progress can be made.  Rich Color and Soft Skin  May be imitated, but beauty is more  than skin deep,���������it is hidden in the  blood. Eliminate the poisonous products of indigestion by Fcrrozone and  complexion rapidly improves. Increase the red coloring matter in tho  blood, give it more nutrition and  more red cells, do this and cosmetics  won't he needed. Give up cosmetics,  they wither too quickly. Use Ferio-  zone and have your complexion lirmly  established. There is'nt a case of  blotched skin, poor complexion or  lack of color that can't be quickly  remedied by Fcriozone. Trv it. Price  50c.  GOLD STRIKE.  New Ledge Found at Camborne  A fine lead of free-gold quartz 2A  feet in width, wns discovered on the  Golden Wedge fractional claim this  week The lend, which is running  north and south, is situated about  500 feet from the Criterion mineral  olnim line and, from all appcaiances,  traverses the Wue Jay, one of the  Imperial Development Syndicate's  claim. By hor.ning the quartz many  colors have been obtained and it is  thought that the lead,will prove to  contain good gold values. The Golden Wedge was located by R. B.  Slarkey and W. Allan, and is now  owned by Messrs. J. Lewis, 0. T.  Diamond and J. Iloman.���������Camborne  Miner.  CLAIM JUMPING  As It  Is  Legalised- by Judge-  Martin's Decision.  Iledley, May J".���������A case that piom-  ises to rival in inteie,-t that of Tanghe  vs. Morgan over the Lucky .lack claim  near I'uplur ciock may result fiuni the  action of A. Studd of tlii- place in locating a placer claim over the rich  Nickel J'laie lead in this camp.  The claim has i10en ������tuked over the  glory hole recently .-tinted by the Yak-  Mining Co., from which to fcupply'ore  for their <IU-stamp-niill here, which  commenced dropping -tamps a few-  days ago.  ' The fight for placer rights oier tIii���������  rich lead will be watched with gieat  inteicst. Tf, as recently decided Injustice Martin, such a location is legal  and gives the placei niinci the power  to work this loose Hash above the vein,  endless complication- may ari-e in  this camp, as there are a number oi  leads on the Nickel Plate Mountain  fiom the oxidized stufiice ores, of which  gold can be washed in appreciable  quantities.  The   claim   has   been   ?uggestively  named the Do Who. ,__*  _j_t_  ti;nw������"i  ���������S*-*x,yn,?cmJ\]*l*jrrif\ ri"  THE KOOTENAY MAIL..  Cough  Medieines  ,' t  AH Kinds,,All Sizes  ,'"  Just opened a"t the  CANADA DRUG &  - BOOK CO.  declared public holidays, W. Flem-  stoke, died at Winnipeg on   Saturday  ing is organising some horse-races, for  which a prize list is being subscribed.  The Mayor's consent has been obtained to .the use of the streets as a racecourse for the occasion. , , '  The action of the city council in  appointing a ��������� pound-keeper,( whose  duty, it will be to keep the streets  cleared of stock,- will 'be appreciated  by the large number of, citizens who  ���������ire trying to beautify their'homes and  whose .efforts ,have been- to 'a large  extent destroyed by the large,numbers  of cattle and horses- turned loose in  the city.  Business Locals.  REVELSTOKE  B. C.  ������ DIED.  P.m.mkk���������At the hospitil, Revelstoke,  on May 15th; John 'Palmer, agccLSGj.  years.        "',,"'      '   f~~^"  Local and General.  .   Manitoba   is   going   in   for c   high  'license,tthe fee for cities over 5000   to  ' be fllOOu     - ���������'  Mood iy next, as well as Tuesday,  ,3Liy 2-fth', have 'been proclaimed  .public holidays:   ' . '   ,  ',   ' Those  wishing'to .leserve seats for  the Colleen Eawn may ,do so' at, the  .Canada Di ug & Book Co. ���������  .   The ��������� agent-general     reports     250  "Englishmen 'with   capital   leaving  to  ���������settle in British Columbia. '   *"  In a brick block to be "built in the  city it is proposed to provide a first-  class, up-to-date opera house]  At the Gun Club shoot on Saturday  McEae   and   Sturdy; scored  15,.Mc-  <'Donnel and Sutherland 13,  Upper 12,(  Dr. Cross 11. -, '   -  ,     Ivan Sutherland, son of G.  Suther-  . 'land,    was 'badly    burned "with giiii-  \powder about the - face -while  playing  with a cartridge.  At the city council last night coni-  -plaint was made of the prevalence of  'bicycling on sidewalks and it was  -understood the police should .enforce  the bylaw.  The remains of the little girl Gavin,  who was burned in   the fire on Thnrs-  ���������day   night,   weie   interred' yesterday  Bey.  Father  Thayer  conducting the  ' burial service at the cemetery.  The census of Revelstoke being.com-  piled by city officials shows the population of the town to be between 2.750  and 3,000,, or an * increase of, 60 per  cent within two years. Few cities in  the province can show a better rate of  progress.  We acknowledge receipt from H. M.  Walker, of the first issue of the  Edenograph. the new paper which he  bas started at'Enderby. It is a newsy,  interesting publication, got out under  great difficulties through loss on the  railway of Mr. Walker's type and  delay in forwarding his plant.  To give the citizens some amusement on Monday and Tuesdav. which  Hammocks at the Canada Drug &  Book Co���������pretty ones.  R. II. Trueman's studio will be open  Saturday, May 28th'."   ' ,   < "  Revelstoke' and Trout'Lake' city  ots for sale.    II. N. Coursier.  Jce cream sodas at The Red Cross  Drug Store.       ' , ���������      '  Mac House will be in this city in , a  few days''making a delivery of portraits hom'Reid Bros. 'Studio, To-  ronto. > . ,   ,_  See Moscrop Bros', complete stock  of "electiical light, supplies and fittings.  You^can get 'anything you want irf  .thisdinc.  ' - <  \ Visit the  ice cream parlor at The  tied Cross and have a soda. i  13. Raliouchcse advertises for more  customeis for milk. v  Travellers   visiting  Revelstoke will  find   the   best' accomodation at   the  Central Hotel, Abrahamson  Bros, o  , Pay a visit to Bews'  soda  parlors���������  ample accomodation. \,  The   Revelstoke   Hospital   Society  invite   tenders ' for   building   a-    two  storey hospital building at Arrowhead.  Souvenir.post cards. 'Send  to Canada Drug i 'Book Co's.       ,\        '  When you come to Revelstoke hail  the Central Hotel bus to take you'to  a good hotel. Abrahamson Bros.  Props.  , Read C. B. Hume &  Co's .advt.  on  first page of this issue.        <i  See Moscrop Bros, about your s'up-  pl>vof garden hose. , They have on  sale the best hose in the city.  Kodak and camera, supplies, anything you want at, Canada Drug &  Book Co's. >' - - --'���������." -������ '��������� ' '.  C. B. Hume and Co. are sparing no  effort to make their stoic up-to-date  in every particular and have installed  a cash earlier system.     ������  Have a soda���������a lemonade phosphate  is line as a'morning tonic. t,We know  how to make it right.' The Red Cross  Drug Store.        ,' '  Thousands   of   tooth   brushes just  opened at Canada Drug ifc.Book  Co's.  Tee cream sodas with   crushed   fruit  flavors at Rews' Drug Store.  Hewitt Bo.-tock has appointed Chief  Young his agent to handle the town-  site of Comaplix. Intending buyers  of lots should, apply to the Chief on  the ground.  last, aged 57 years. , Deceased leaves a  husband, three sons and four daughters to mourn her loss. Mrs. Grant  was highly esteemed by, a wide .circle  of friends at.Winnipegand Revelstoke,  where she"spent .some months two  years ago.   ���������  The Salvation Army hall waserowd-  ed.Thursday night,when Col. Fried-  rich, and .a gidup of Skccna river  Indians took part in the meeting.  Inteicsting nddi esses were> given and  Col. Friedrich'sstereopticon exhibition  ,was probably the best of the kind yet  given here,,the plates .being, leinark-  ably clear.      "   "  , For the production of the "Colleen  Bawn" at the opera house on Victoria  'Day, Tuesday next, arrangement's are  in excellent shape. The rehearsal-  have   been     succc-sful.       Complete  scenery,'including seven'sets, I  ia.-i been  painted by T. II. Dunne for the production." This is a veritable work of  art, and includes views 'of the Weir  Bridge,' 'Killarnoy, two hours befoie  suniise \vith magnificent' sky effects,  tbe cave scene .with successful moon  effects, Castle Chute, with the windows  lighted up and a beautiful water presentation.- The entertainment should  prove one of the best ever given in the  city-     ��������� '    -  '_  ,     CONCERT.  Z , 0  __. I a " 7.  r, !   ' ' '  The   concert   given   by, the Revelstoke Orchestral Society at the  opera  house Thursday was' a  great' success.  The   ��������� iprogramtne   opened    with     a  selection by thcjirchestra, followed by  a songi"Tlie march  .of .the Cameron  'men" by Mr.   Humphiies,' who   was  .leseivedly encored  and   responded b\  singing   "Blue   'Bonnets    over " the'  bolder."      Master   Lightburn's  .recitation was   as   usual   cleverly  given  A Chinese instrumental'selcction  was  prettily played and, the   selection by  the Chinese orchestra of nine  players  was  good.      Mr.   and   Mrs.   Melrose  raised lots of fun with their   sketch cf  Casey and   his   troubles.      The   performances of "Drakero" were   some of  best to be on any stage. - C. Pr'osser's  song was a good  number,  and- E. A  00���������!^^'   imitation      and     violin  trickery were clever.    Tlie farce  "You'  can't kill a'drummer" '.by, Mr.   and  Mrs. Melrose was on when the firebell  rang and broke  up  the  house to the  r'egretpf the, audience ' who were  enjoying a clean'and well  played piece.  The dance to have   been   given   that  night was held last night.  CHURCHES.  * Rev F Pedley. a leading congre-  iratinnul minister of Montreal, declines  thci union between the.'Methodist,'  Congregational and ' Presbyterian  churches will he accomplished within  two years. '  c MI.TII()l)ls,r.   ��������� ���������     ' ���������  The ..choir is making prepaiations  for a sonir service to_ be. given on the  evening of the 2!)th in-l. "     '  i.  Rev. S. J. Thompson conducted  the  ������er\ices   at   the   Methodist  ��������� church  t i,  Sunday, the congiog.itions being  laige.  ������������������> i'iu:si!YTi;itiAX. '. ,  Subjects for Sunday, May 22nd,  moi ning sen ice :' "Clii-i-i iuu.Sen ice.  lis Cliaiacter." Evening service : "A  lilt!.-.Child.!' ' ,   <���������  ��������� ' r        'si. i'm.ti:ii's. i  Theie will lie a   celebration of Iloly.f  Communion at 8 a.in   and after morning sei vice tomorrow. "   ,.  ?    '      '     AIIKKIOXAItY   AM.IAXCJl':.''  '��������� "A two days convention under the  au-pices'ofithc Christian and Missionary Alliance, Methodist Chinch, will  be held on Saturday and .Sunday, 2!st  and 32nd May. Services as follows-  Sat'uiday, 8 p. m.; Sunday, 11 m.^' in.,  3 p. in , 7-30 p:,m. Rev.'F. IT. Swift,  ol'Philadelphia and P. Ilogberg will  addrc-H tho meeting. iM'r and Mis.  Swift will ako sing. AH are.cordially  invited.  ' ���������  Resides these we have a large assortment of  Now is the time to buy your garden  tools, our stock in'these is the'largest ever kept in the city. '''A''few  things needed 'for spring :���������Rakes,  ./ Hoes, Spades, Spading Forks;  ,    Sprinklers; etc.       '  Which we must get rid, of at a reduced  rate to make room for other goods, which  arc iirriving' daily."-, Hedge Trimmers,  Lawn - Rakes, Rubber Hose in all sizes,  Lawn Mowers in two different kinds and  four sizes arc among-thc many.  -  , lie'sure and sec our tools before purchasing.  W...M.- 'LAWRENCE-  Jvt.VDS OK IIahdwakh  " THANKS.        w   :g  On behalf   of   myself '"and family 1  take the present opportunity of offering my sincoic thanks to tho citizens  (if Reiel-ioke loi their many e\ idences  f kindne-" in'otit icceift .-ad'calamity.  '.    '"    ' J'. Gavin-:  THANKS.     .   (    ',  ' We beg to telldoi our thiinks to the  nit mbei's of'the li'ie brigades'and the  ptheis who assisted in saving the stock  in our music waiehou-e at Thursday's  fire. Revelstoke Jiisiiiance Agency;  Limited.,  Get  Your  M. -A.  Spring" Suit  Union - Made at       ,  Wilson,  Fashionable  Tailor. ;  . McKENZFE-'AVENUE,  -   r    NEXT TAYLOR BLOCK.  '"     "-/       ''  .*"  The'only, place in town you can get it.  OUR XEwV  Social & Personal.  SPORTS.  Football.  An     excellent   game   was    played  Saturday   between   the  C.  P. R. and  town boys resulting  in  a win for the  a goal.     The return match  played today   as   we go to  *     ,     .    THANKS.    <    , .  I have to,tender my thank.- to those  ,wh*o'so kindly assisted in saving my  furnitu'ic'and effect- at the recent fire.  .      ., , '      ' fr   E.,11. Luhis.  WANTED  WANTED-TWI3LVE Kirs-t; Cla-^s  CARPENTERS, eight month-'  win k, wages   10c.  p'-p hour.  Kernaghan, Revelstoke.  Apply,.!.  WANTED-A TEACHER foi the  Camborne School. Apply to  Mis. Sara Doherty, Sec. School Boa id,  Camborne, B. C. '  iormer by  is   bein  press.  Lacrosse.  REVELSTOKE V. KAMI-OOPS.  A  match   will  take  place  on May  24th  between   fCamloops   and   Revel-  i ,    ~ f stoke.     The  match   will be played at  F.     ,  . J .     "* .���������    ,     ���������,   I Revelstoke.       The   Rcielstoke   team  bison, trainmaster, will   shortlvi    .,,   ,     . . ,    ,   ,  -   ,, " 'will   be' nicked   from  kamkops to '  WANTED���������Experienced  DINING-  ROOM GIRL at one,  $30 per  month.   John Hector, Naku-p.  ANTED ��������� A     DINING - ROOM  'GIRL.   Apply to Union Mm  Revelstoke.  ANTED-A  GOOD   MILL SE'l'-  TER   in,   once.      Applv   Y.i'"  Columbia Lumhpi'Co., Weslh. B.C.  Wall Papers  Ake Oim:v Fok .Youk Lxsi'ijario-v  pitOJl  Rich   Colnriiiits   in   Hull   and  K'ioiu Dusiiru- to  Dainty Clwiuihoi-  ���������~Kllects' our-Stock-  and'Pricoi should  moot, thu most uxactin^  ro iiiirumunts.  R. Howson & Co;,  Furnltups Dealers   Ploturo Fpaming.  Undertakers & E inbalmers.  FANCY VESTIN.GS:  trorn  HOCOLATES  & BON-BONS  A  fre-h supply of'high class  confectionery in   fancy boves  or in hulk.  Webb's  Stewart's  Lowney's  From 50c. per lb to $1.50 per lb.  .SALTED f'EA.VCTri.  PEANUTS CltrSP.  CHOCOLATE   BURNT   ALMONDS.  inc.  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  J. A. Hltkhaw. i  i'.S.���������Our Pod ii   Fountain   will  commence opeiation on May lot.  W  move   his  family  P^evelstoke.  F. W. Pad more, manager of the  Hotel Sicitmous, has returned from  his trip to England.  Rev. C. Ladner is retiring" from the  .Methodist mu istry and the family  will take up their residence at Van-  comer for the present.  Geo. McCormick.M. P., President- of  tho Oknmigan'rind Kumloops lumber  companies, intends moving his family  from Ontario to Ei.derby or fvamlo pa  but probably the latter.  On Tuesday evening the members  of Lodge Loyalty S. O. R. B. S. paid  a surprise visit to Bro. J. E. Long, of  the Kootenay Brewery, and spent a  plea-ant hour with him.  Aid. McCnrtcr left for the Coasti  Wednesday. While at Victoria it is  his intention to interview the minister  of justice and urge the reopening oi  the provincial look-up hero for city  prisoners.  R. Armstrong, of the C. P. R, shops,  and Mrs. Armstrong, loft on Wednesday on a trip to Scotland, extending  over three months. This is their  first trip to the old country after 23  years.  liridge Foreman D. Alton has boon  promoted to the position of bridge and  building inspector on the Crow's Nest  road, and was presented by his bridge  gang with a gold-headed cane on leaving to enter on his new duties.  Mrs. W. Grant, mother of Mr.-. W.  M. Lawrence and Miss Grantof Revel-  be'picked from the following:  Rennie, Dunne, Woods, Latham.  Burrows, Launders. Barber, Knight,  Clarke, Jamieson, Armstrong. Edwards, Moir and Chambers.  .  ' Wrestling.  On   Tuesday   evening   a  wrestling  match took place at the  opera   house  between    J.   McLennan   and   Wilber,  the terms .being  that   Wilber should  throw McLennan   twice   in   an   hour.  There was a good deal  of  money  put  up on the event.     Wilber was heavily  backed  in   the shops  and McLennan  outside.      The   referee   declared    the  fir^t throw  in   fivor  of   Wilber in I .I  min. 17 .sec. and the   second   in   favor  of   McLennan   in    t min. 7 sec, McLennan thud boin^ th" winner.      The  wrestling of McLonn tn was  generally  admired   as   clean   and     the   throw  accorded    Wilber   should   really have  been disallowed aa Wilber fouled   Mo  Lennan several times.  NOTICE.  XJOTICE IS HHREHY GTVKX th.it .it |]11;  noxt nicctini; of the Hoard of Ijiciiii-iiik  ''nininis-ionc!- for rho K'.i in loops 1),vision ol  thudi-tnct of \,ilo. itiplic.ition will liu m.idc;  loi a nan-fur to' A lilack of tho Hotol Lienor  fjiceii-u i-Miod to W. A l?oonn.. in ro-pect of  tlu1 piemi-ii* .it Sicunon- Icnown .1-tho L.iKc-  vicw Hotol. '  W. V. ROO.MK  Dated Jl.i\ 'Ith. UKII A. ULACK.  NOTICE.  'P\Ki: VOTrt'E that \w, tin- Yalo  Columbia  1    Liimhoi i'o.,of X,iku-|i, intend 10 il.i).-, fioni  diito   to applv  to tho Chief. Connni-sioiiiM- of  Laud-and^Woik-s, lot   penni-sion to pmcliii-o  Ihu undermentioned rnict  of land leomniouciuK  lit a po-t on the South Limit on the Columhia  and We-torn ll.ulw.-n. aljont h:ill-ii-iuih> ea-.| of  \\'e-tle.\ Still ion, in.-nked   Yale Columbia Co'-.  X. K   Cornet, iiiuuinu  thence -011th it) eh.-tms.  thence we-i Sucli.-iin-. thenci. noith II i-hiiin- to  C. and \V Itnihvav. tlii'nee i-.i-t iiIihib I he said  iail\\a\ S(l eh 1111- to point of.coiiHnencoment.  Dated atXakll-p, It. C, May Nt. 1(1(11.  VVLi; COLUMIirA LI;.MIII-;I? Co., Limited,  J. (!. lULLrNOS,  See ret.ti\,  _______  ���������VTOTTCi: i- herein   wiven   tliat. 30 cliivs nTlor  Ll dale, I intend lo apply lo I ho ffonornlilo  the Chief Coinini���������iouerof Land anil Work- lor  11-Iiecial lir en~e tocul and cuirv aw.u tiinher  froiu th'1 following de-eril>ed I.iihN. vi/.:  Situate on tin' tipper Anon Luke- iiliout.'t  mile- north of Naku-,p, iihout I uiilu from Ihe  ������������������.i������t -horeof the lute, anil join inn on the north  ea-t eorner of the K. mid S. timljiir limits, start-  inir at 11 po-t uinrked C, C Ijilliuh".' S. W.  Corner, minimi.' thenee en,t So eluiiii-, lliiinco  north iflrliniii-, ih'Mirn wn.| So nliniim, Iheiu-o  -otith riichnin- to point of coiuineueement more  or le-,-  M.ireh With, I0OI.  Your waidrobc is incomplete  without fancy vests. Fashion  says you must have them. Wc  have a line of the very freshest  conceits in Vestings of'all sorts.  Vciy handsome and effective they  are too. Come in and look them  over. - Genuine Custom Tailors'  Union Label on every garment  turned out by us. . rm^  Ladies' High Class Tailored Suits made to order.  ssman,  Neatly and  Expeditiously  Executed at  The Kootenay  Mail Office.  THE HOTEL VICTORIA  K. K. LKASO.V.  VICTORIA, -       B. C.  Auierieiui nail ICiii-opean I'liin,  Amei'icun Plan 32.00   nd Upwards.  Stoiiin I rented. Sample rooms.  Dated at N'uk-u-p, I!. C , Ifujl.  C. ( , IlfLLI.N'dK  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hoi  Water & Steam)Heating.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Electric Fixtures fti1,' Put In.  Second Street, Revelstoke  TENDERS  WANTED.  KKV.KLSTOKE  - SOCIK'I  HOSriTAJ  V,  iccuived  -T_R,TT-  THF flWI RESTAURANT  I  I I L.       UtlL First Street,  Kast of Afolsous Hank  Rovelstokc.  TENDERS will be iccuived by the  iind'T-dgiscd until Tuc-dny, :ilst" May  instant, at noon, foi the erection of a  two .storey hospital building sit Arrow-  bead. Plans and -ipecifieiitions may  be seen at the ollicc of the Manager,  Imperial Hank of Canada, Rcvel.-toke,  on and iiftci Monday, May U.'hd. The  lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  A.  10.  PIIIPI'S,  Secretary.  For your meals. Ofien day and night.  Meals 2.-JC mid upward. Special weekly  rates.    Good service guaranteed.  YODO FUJI I, Proprietor.  Revelstoke  Dairy-���������__  G. A. HKVKLti, Proprietor  Orders received for milk, cream  and fresh butter  Customers can rely on having on their  requirements filled daily  UNrON   CAFE  Ooodrow <fc Vincent, Props.  East of Imperial Bank  Finest Cafe in Revelstoke  Open All Day and Night  Cl-eas. Sam Woe  WASHING, LAUNDRY  LABOR CONTRACTOR  FRONT STREET  (Opposite Josh House, Gold Hill Hote  Building.  "U  ��������� -   *I  I n I  r|

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