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 VoL, U:���������No. y  REVELSTOKE. ,B C, M^ Y 28, 1904.  1 ���������  $2.00 Per Year.  Showing of  MOW-is the,time to piocine,'those goods needed for the iipprouchiiig '  Jt      vviirm weather.      Our stock is now complete and we are showing  1   the finest range of Ladies Lhess Goods, Wasli.Muslins, Ulouses, Tailor-,  made Costumes, Boote and. Shoes unci Gents' Furnishings to be had  1,   * " '    " , '      , -   hi the city. ,  Iri Dress Gotois���������  Canvas -Cloths,-" -Flakes, Voilles,   Sicilians,^,Grenedines,  Vicuna Cloths, .are .among the newest weaves*,we, are'  .showing:_. Ranging in prices from'50c.-per-yard up".  In Wash Goods  ���������' ������������������ ''      - ' ">*��������� '4     .-- - ��������� .'>,  Our  stock-,was never, so  complete-in   Flaked   Linen,  "Voilles,'White and Colored .Vestings, .Zephyrs, Fancy"  ",.,' Stripe-Muslinr Chambrays, and Crivmms Prints.      "j  l' _.' ,.- Prices from ioc. per yard'tip.- ' - , y  L.-  Our' Specialty in Ready-Make Clothing.  In Ladies  Goods our Stock is 1 varied aiid. complete in^Tiulormtule  , ��������� _- .     Costumes, Skins. Blouses, Cotton Underwear,'etc."'    '   .  *  S  S  We are second to none" in up-to-date' styles and'Values  'in    Suits.    Pants. ' Shirts/-Natural    Wool   and   Silked  '   Balbriggan Underwear.   '  Hats and Caps;- ���������       </  ,    ��������� l      7 ^Prices-within reachcof,aliy      ��������� ..-  ���������.' ' "  ,   ��������� Dieesniakhig-Depiiitmoii},'in,, connection with stoic in ch.uge of  ��������� ' ,.,     & y ��������� , '"Miss Wilson. -      -        7      0  LIMITED.  DEPARTMENT   STORE  Children's  A nice line of Jiifant's and Chikhen's Muslin  JJies'-cs. Gowns, Underwear^ Nice White Over  Diesses. ptettilv trimmed and inaclc, for  $1.25  WE PEAVE A BAKGAIX IN LADIES'  SATEEX  Abide of Mercerized Sateen, some with Accordion  Pleated" Fiill,   and   some   with   Umbrella   Frill,  woith double the price, nt  $1.00 and $2.00  New Embroidery  English nnd Swiss Embroidery, showing the New  Blind l^fl'ccts, unci the 4Jin. and 3in. .ill over  Embroidery for blouse trimmings,  some very swell novelties at 15c.  to 50c.  Handkerchiefs  for Ladies, Paris Novelties in Jjiice Edged and Embroidered Edges, among them a very nice  keichief  for ordinary use, nicely made at 10c.  LIMITED.  Bsssam  THE WAR.  ���������   *   '  fr '  A Terrible, Battles-Japanese  Again Victorious���������Kin Ch'oii  Captured and Russians Pur-  sued���������Heavy Loss of Life���������  A Bloody Battle. ��������� '-  (By C'lihlo���������Speciiil to the KooriiN.v. M vn,)  London, May 27.���������A' Tokio   despatch to the Japanese Lecratibn in  London says that Kin   Chou  and  all the heights   in , vicinity   have  been taken by Japanese troops .-who  are pushing the -^Russians towards'  Port Arthur.-      ,- '   '  '  ��������� AnotherrTokio'despatch says the'  Japanese   army   swept   the 'Russians from   Kin .Chou" last  night  'and in ardesperate' night.,,attack  stormed cthe -"almost   impregnable'  position of ^he 'Russians' on, Nan  Shan Hill, west of Talienwah:   -   -,,  The battle- raged in the hills,all  through the night and fragmentary  telegrams"from  'Japanese    head-  cfuarters   report   the    engagement  still in progress and the  Japanese,  are .still   pursuing   the  Russians  south from Nan Shan and the head  of Talienwan Bay.     ' ...  The Russians  had made  elabo-  1 ' i i      i  rate preparations to check the Jap-'  anese movement south of - the Liab  Tung Peninsula, .t This completely  envelops Port ..Arthur' from1-,, the  seaward and , probably means the  opening"of the ' investment  of  the  IT       t ' - *  town and its fortifications.  regarding the'alarming' condition  of Russia as to the outcome of the  war. The* correspondent asserts  disturbances in various cities have  been followed by wholesale executions without any civil trial. "It  is stated- 600 persons have been  hanged in. Warsaw alone, r'and  many others have been 'hanged in  Cronstadt and,Moscow. At the  latter place the '"troops buried  eighty collins containing remains  of those who had been -hanged.  The bodies were buried secretly in  the dead of night,' presumably 'in  the woocls. '.;''<-      ,.  LATEST  telegrams:  ..Committed For Trial.   ,-  "Nelson,,,B.'��������� C.,/>I_ay 28.���������John  Houston, M. P. 'P., was committed  to be tried at fall assizes for libel  on Nelson's , first City 'Solicitor,  John Elliott, in-Weekly Tribune.  .Flower Seeds, "Vegetable Seeds(/Grass Seed'  \r Onion Sets.   All the best varieties.  Garden Tools  Hoes, Rakes, Spades. Porks, Sprinklers,  - Lawn Mowers,, Scythes, etc.  McClary's Famous Stoves, and'Cooking  Utensils,. Stove Repairs. T-  Rope, Nails. Chain, lion, Steel,' Ciitlcry"���������Kiile=, Ai  t Fishing T.ickle, Window Glass, Paints. Oil-,  mmuiution,  etc.' i  ��������� "V Labor Troubles.'  ��������� Montreal, May 28.���������The local'  irohmoulders union aro out ,after  the Canadian department of labor  for .misrepresenting 'the ,' 'labor  situation"'at, Montreal, having reported employment plentiful. .-. ���������  BOTOHE; BROS:  Headquarters  for, Gr;oceries;i;Harness^e,te..;  ' JI  h<KKKKKHHKKK>C:C^>0<>,'OHOK>'0^^  RBD7&YOUm 7  J*      "Se'-*-     si  v7m  ���������   St'.''Petersburg ���������-,cannot .confirm-  ' ' " -'   "        ;-'H-,   -    -.1.-      ���������   -   '    ",.,,-  Tokio   despatches   owing , to com  munication with Port" Arthur  be;  ing interrupted, but. Russian" offi  The Shipping Strike. ......  v Cleveland, May 27.���������One steamer sailed < from here t today, - the  Joliet', coal laden for Port William.  The masters and pilots association  contends that the owners will; not  be ablejto'get'out * more" "th'an "half  a dozen boats altogether.   -    '  ]       SEASONABLE GOODS  RAPftAIN   D  DAKUAiIvyr  PRICES BELOW WHOLESALE COST  '..stock:  J\7jO  ���������n  MUST   ,'-  .BE REDUCED.  '                                          '                                 0  .  - -  -.  i            \  '.--'��������� I1'  Colored Muslins and Org-andies,  cials are of the opinion that ,the  capture of Kin Chou, if correct, has  resulted in a heavy loss of life because of'the strength of the Rus-  sian fortification.  r Tokio,, May 27.���������Reports show  the storming of Nan Shan was a apoplexy,  bloody affair. The Russians had  constructed a series of' trenches  around the hill in a terrace protected by wire entanglements and  it was only after a series of rushes  that the Japanese managed to  carry the position.  The Russians made an ineffectual attempt to recapture -the hill.  The losses on both sides must have  been very heavy but no estimates  are given in the despatches.  ,St. Petersburg, May 27.���������General  Kuropatkin telegraphs that' the  Japanese forces are advancing,  .small detachments having taken  up advanced positions in the  passes.  London. May 2G.���������The Standard  publishes  'sensational   statements  '"!''."*   Sudden'Death.  Los Angeles, May 27.���������T: S., Li-  gram, first assistant to grand chief  engineer of-International Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers,  dropped dead at his desk at the  convention in this city today  from  Regular 50c. and ^oc./.Sale'rirfce 20c. per ya  "Regiilar''20c.'and'i5c'.,- -'���������'���������' ���������--"''' - Sc.peryar  -5...... ^.. ..���������r /5c  Mercerized Dress Sateens  rRegular 25c, Sale price 20cv  ird.  yard..  ', Regular 26c.7 _ "  ISC.  *  . France and Vatican.  Paris,' May 27.���������After an ex-  citing debate in which Premier  Combes and Foreign Minister Del-  casse set forth the action and purpose of the government towards  the Vatican, the'chamber of deputies today, by a vote of 427 to 95  approved the recall of the extreme  element for au immediate dissolution"^ the relations between  church and state.  A resolution proposed by M.  Ferretle, republican-nationalist,  inviting the government to negotiate with Pope Pius for a separation  of church and state, was defeated.  A motion by M. Allard, socialist,  to break off all' relations with the  Vatican and denounce the con-  cordate was defeated by 385 to 146.  All Wool.Gashmere, 36c. per yard. l       .,    ,V  '���������  Print, in Stripe and Checks, at 5c. 'per yard."   -       ���������"'  Men's   Underwear,'.Regular "$1.50  Balbriggan,--Sale  price $1.00.   .   Boys' Balbriggan -Underwear 90c.  per suit. '" .  Men's Top Shirts, Fancy Silk Stripe ,Top Shirt with  Collar, 75c 'Black and White Stripe Shirt, good  everyday shirt, 75c. ,Requel $1,25 White Shirt.  Sale price, $r.oo.  Boys' Knicker Pants, sizes. 22 to, 32, at 45c.  per pair,  Boys' Wash Suits, all sizes and prices.  Men's Flannel Hot 'Weather Suits from $S.oo per  suit up.      Men's Odd Pants. -   Boots and Shoes.  STOCK NEVER BETTER.  A   WELL   KNOWN  MAN  Was so well pleased vvith the quick insults from Mack's Jicudache Wafers  that  IN     A     FIT  of gratitude he bought one dozen packages and mailed them to his friends  who were subject to headaches.    If you will try Mack's Headache Wafers  just once you will learn how wonderful they aro in curing any headache,  quickly, safely and absolutely.     Only 2/3c. package.  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.,  Druggist and Stationer.  Next Hiiine Block.  zr:ei:d,<8z;^"otx:ltc3-  KHKKHKH><H>'0<HKHK>O^  You like to Dress Well  Of couise every one does. but you want to do it at  the least possible cost. We make it ca.-y for yon.  Ask our prices on Clothing and Furnishings. Vou  may wonder bow we do it but the secret isclose buying  from those who sell lowest. The better judge you aie  of values the more you will appreciate our prices.  We do  the trade of the  City   in   Men's   Clothing-,  Furnishings,   Hats,    Caps  and Shoes.  Men soon Iind out when their money is spent to best  advantage.     That brings them to our store,  Fresh Groceries, Purest and Best  I hive you given us an oider yet?  Do so today.  MACDONALD & MONTEITH  FIRST  STR E ET  S-lMS!; (  ' rJ -I'wa.j.v-/  .Vh^WKcV-'f A������<***������->^"  j    r  'Vt  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  \?,  ?  THE war:  V    '    ,   ' .  r (  Attack on Port Arthur���������Russia  -   Loses,Another Warship.  ,       l(     t  Chefoo,   May ,22.��������� From   Chinese  "f soiuces,coine������ the new",  of', more haul  ,j p    , y  ', fighting noi th  of'Pcn't .Arthur.   The  1  '  ���������     i*uii|,ors,siiy that the Japanese, heavily  (     reiiiforce(l,jtie attempting to diivc in  the Jtussian outposts, nnd Unit several  f i t ���������  '���������  ' desperate ' cliurg^s   on.  the   Hessian  position liave'bcen .successful between  . i>       , Lin  Shu  Tun  and  ICcn   Chow, both  ,       siclesf.losnig heavily.       I    ' ' '  '  '       7      i The .Japaiiese'artillcry lire is saidito  7    he iiiuoli inoio accurate and effective  V *'     tiniiijtliat of the Russians.   ,  '    7}   .     "The Japanese infantry  tiiiilcr cover  - pfithe field guiis charge with desperate  -   ,l"(-'   f vnloi'and ino rarelj- l'bl>til.-M.   <  J   It.isisaid  that .the. Japanese' force  ''   '  now in front'of L'oit"Arthur is not less  '���������   than 40,000' men- plentifully supp1iedt  \      y -with both lioltl and sicgi^guifs?   They  c7 , 7, how* bold positions strongly entrenched  '.  '    within iifteen   niilcar of'the port, and  ������������������    -,', they a ic drawing closer constantly;  It  "' ,     '��������� ���������is believed that tliey WiU be lcady for  tbe final assu'tlt  within a_week or,ten'  (    F   -i     ������   , V      ���������*' a 'i       , " f  .     tla-vf'- .       - 7   , n   ������-  '-..  j i'*'' ^ iN\-i:vr.Mi:N-i''oi!--VLADivosTOCK. V,  V \ 'Shanghai,., May' 12.���������A ,report!, has  v " 7, ,i cached heiV tliat tbe Japanese squad-  '"   .' -;,"ron investment' ot- Yladivostook'ycs,-  ,' ' . tenia y began"a vigorous bombaidnicnt  y ~ of that port and under covcr'of the the  ' \: 7,L froiirtlic,.licet-the torpeilo boats weie  " im ''fcent iu to deftioy tjic stiancled cnu'sei  .j-���������__33dgntyi'. Wlictliei"'oi^uot^.tlic at-  k 7 ternpt was successful is not known,  <   ' uoi  biis  anyVepoit   been   lccoived of  -< P fcbc da mage done   by   tbe (Japanese  (j ," ''^shells.     " \y        i ^'f'   , "       .,^  1      -        Jt isViud the investhient of-cVladi-  ,, & '        a     ,   .  vostock is now closci than, it has been  vatcany time .--nice" tlie'war,"began in  oidei,to frustrate  an   attempt  said to.  ,,   .  . a befcontemplnted by Admiral Ve/.cn to  7 r escapo'a'ncrgb to meet thc'TJaltic Kus-  wsilln M|iiadron 'when it stai ts east  -   " v  St. I'etcisbtng, M.iyT"2-l ���������Jt is  1    .   ported i that   the Japanese  have Just'  (        uiadc a land  attack   oh   l'ort���������Aithur  1  ,   . "v       J, i  -*'r''and   lo=t   15,000'men-while the J!ns-  ,   *   aisin   casualties ���������amounted   to., 3,000.  Tbe lesullHif the its'-ault is not known.  . *  i    London.   Mav   23.���������The-' Morning  i-    '       i "*'    * -, * m   J -* *   , .  ,'7Post's Shanghai' conespondent'says it^  *,,- - _v -i istiep(.it'ed tbu 'Ttus-i.tns aie icnK)ving'  "~"P   /""frtdics anil lipiO\it!ions"tn  Jlaibin'and  1 that 100 locomotives' and SOO'cars aie  collected tit Lino Yang in leadiness to  convey p.jsaongci'-   and  goods.   'The  conclusion , is  the   Russians  aie pre-  paung t.i letieat.  JJ.ttis. yiav 24.���������The  St   I'eteisburg  corie*-iiondeiit of lhe Matin savs:    ';It!  i is pei-t-tently tiunoicd tbnt, the Vlndi-1  vostock   squiidibii   has, cnptuied   the  ,L     "tbiecei niseis bought   by  Japan from  ChihV  I'ii San", Kiuea,  .Mav  2.'h���������A com  , , -- -  ' pany  -V  Jiiissiiins succeeded in sinking a small  gunboat and two torpedo boats.  The ^Russians nie now confident of  holding J'ort Arthur with' the ,thirty,  thousand,, men . stationed there'ex-  elusive of the navy,,and the'crowd of  niecbanics on the damaged warships,  all of winch, except the C/.nrvitch and  theJ-ietviziui,' are,.ieady rt<5 join tlie  licet.'' These will "also be ready for sen  service by June 1. Tho entrance' to  the harbor bad been cleared and small  boats now pass in' and out freely. ��������� The  forts on the land side of Port Arthur  have been completed and'are now pre-'  pined for a's'cveic test.      ,,'. ,    u  Tokio, May 21 ATlie'jiipaiiiSso (orddi  which liindeil at Tiiku7Sliiin Thursday  surioundcd null routed a force of llus-  1 , ' 'r  sinn cavalry at 7 o'clock Friday even-'  ing in the neighborhood of Wang Chi  'iHiiig, seven miles north 01 Tak'u-Sluui'.  The'Kitssian force, which consisted of  about oiieoSquadi'oiijVlost, many iheii  killed or wounded as well as a captain,  who vvas captured. ,The Japs sustained no losses. ' "7 '" - ' ' ''  <��������� Porlin, Mav 21.���������Tliissiif has ,pur-  chased thiee . Iiner ships for auxiliary  ciuiscis.          (, u .,    ^ 7" '  Jviao Yang, May- -5.���������A ireport has  been received from -New Clivvang say-i  ing that'on May 18, live battalions of  Japanese, tioops reconnoitred to , the  south almost as fur as Kin Chou, and  ran into Major Gen. Focks' aitilleiy���������'  which was (stiongly posted on the  heights in a .narrow section of the,Liao  Tung   peninsula���������and 'that thci Jiip-  ancse ivcre.ehthcly wiped out".',,      ,  - * ...      .    ��������� i  jMukdoii,   Maj*  26.'���������The ..Japanese  have lesumed'thcir-forvvaid movement  i - l  Seveial i  columns'    rare yJadvanciiitr.  . \ /-' * ���������  though the bulk of tlicjnv.uliiig army  is,stiirnear Fengwangcliehg. *���������    ,<     \  ' There aie pcisistent   jcpoits   of   a  bloody battle having, taken  place  between the.,Japancc army  advanciiTir  ' 7 r I p    i *' -  along tbe.raihoad fioni-Piiiilnntein,  and tbe l\ussiiiiis|"iiear'* Ivinchou, resulting in the defeat of'-the Janance  j:      - . ' '   in  with great loss., ,' ^ , ', , ' '  St Pctcrsbuig;* ilajv 2i>���������Thole aie  indication5^ that Oen' ICiiiupntkin������ is  piepai'ing to make' a veiy, impoitant  moveniem"' agaiii������t* the  eneniy  prevailing'.belief  here" is,,  that  , . i .     ���������  Ivinoki is-m'/lillicultie*. ' -     ',  (   Paiis. May 25.���������A  despatch   to   the  Temi\s fioni St.vPeteisburg   says 'Gen.'  Iviifopatlcin'lias cut , ihe   land   coin-'  munic.itioii--between  'the VJiipanesc  lllluiOs ,. ^���������ar ���������   i_^T ^j^ i_i.  It_is stated Fin nee "has piomised to  'help J-tussia in 'the event ol China  helping tbe Jap-.        ���������      v  Chamberlaiii's  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  1'or Coughs, Cofds, Croup and Whoop.'  lug Cough.; Price'25 cents;>large size 50c  ���������' Chamberlain's "Colicr.ChoIeriT  ��������� * ;- and 'Diarrhoeat Remedy.;*,i j  FoV Bowel Com'plaiuts. jrPrice^s'cents.  ,     ,\ , .,. ,;��������� ,!!,   -   ,,, ., ! '  ''��������� Chamberlain's" Pain, Balm., 4  'An antiseptic liniment especially1 valuai'  ble for Cuts, Bruises, Spraius'and Rheuina-  tisui.    Price as cents:, larce size 50 cents.-  7Pfl77'< "���������t-^I' '��������� ',''." K  Chamberlain's Stomach and'.  Liver Tablets.  For  and Bowels.  Disorders of the-Stomach,'Liver  Price-25,cents.' ,    ��������� , ��������� j l'  ',,       ���������   a " , f  ��������� Every "one of these' preparations  is guaranteed and if not fully sat*  isfactory t to the purchaser t the  mo'nev Will W refunded. ,  WRAPPING uPAPER. ''AND',}  Vi'rf [PAPER'BAGS.'    y;  v"The ICoote'nay Mail has Jjcen  appohited, agent for ^one'' of^,  the largest* Canadian- Paper   1  - Mills.    ,,,, <v . r.        r _p  ^^Vl���������appi^lg<'pap(el���������s in   rolls or  '" .flat,   and < paper 'bags*' of"all  ,,^weights' and sizes'supplied toV  '   oider printed or unprihted.  "J Kootenay' Mail, Revelstoke.  ._���������',,I !���������        . '       C-   - -'",  PP  .-  Si S. \-yArcKer'77or S:Sb7i\>Urd*iV.  ��������� ...    f J   . -        1 y  1  Running between ArroWhead, liThomsoii f  Landln-r and Comaplix*. commencing Oct. 11th  1901. vviJl sail as follows (weather ponnittitiu):  .Leave., Arrowhead, for ..Thomson's Landing  nnd Coniaplix twice daily,at 10k. and 15k.'  ���������Leave Comaplix and-Thomson's Landing* foi'J  Arrowhead twice dailj* at 7.15k.'anil 12.15k7  ' Making close connection's with alio. P. r"  trains and boats.*-?','x'   ':<. '* -,���������,p->ut"  ' Tho owners rosorvo the right to change time-.  of sailings without notice ,   ijTtjj' },*   ,  THE FRED'ROBINSON LUMBER CO.'L'TIl  , 7  "' "   \.  '"        K."ROBINSON.- fl ",  .,      V       A    .'/-���������%    Itanagiifg Director.  -���������^<AH/B:;-ST0NEXiV x:-' I  MACHINIST^ ^ ANDV, GUNSMITH  ,p   Opposite Central,Hol61,'Rovolatoko.    \l?  vLathe, and 'Genernl Machine Work;  ���������'7J ",pProiiiptly.-J<!xecuted.,*,',     i ���������  *-1-^ -, I--  -Wing-'Chung's newly im-^  ������ ported , stock <of Chin'ese  and, Japanese goods.     ''  rtThe bestJassortment ever ���������  landed 'in '(Revelstoke  of  y useful  u ancl  .articles:'  ���������iTea services  Platos    ' ���������  t Baskets.     , i  'i Cane Chairs  '  Handkci chiefs  ' ''ornamental  ' t������(' >-.'  n _  <������������������_  ', l    ' Flow or Pots  ;  Umbrella Stands  .. Lunch Iliibkcts  Snioking Jnckels 7  v. Silk Goods. ���������  ,J'    J\0   t<-  " Advertised RespbnsibilHy'  tii-  Liberal ,?ad veftising  ' for many/ years has ,     ,-  created m.the public.  V    ���������     *     ' \ ' '      '���������       I 1 ,  tStion that ;the^^Iater;^SSoe' - 'l / '���������.  i.-ft"���������^  11 ' k ���������*(( ii,  combines ^tomf ort ^ durability,  fitlsha^eiretention arid'beauty f,  ���������1 and tbhold its trade its makers  7>Jt)l,,yiy (',, '  ,       7      -    /," ,'-7      \'    ' 1  are cqmoelled 'to makef it?!as-  *   7<"T?���������;������ - -   ' ��������� "' '"���������>  'good 'as; the  public ^expects*  "  -   \~ ':77~7 7r 1 > ;~T~~~TTT���������'  TGobiyear, Welted, V  yU7~~  t4  '*i  Gen.  Jas; I^Wp^drow  a ;;butcher  ri_U <>ji-  ,,'i-t-fr'  Retail'Dealer in^.ynTrrffm^a.<n    > 7 y  c . BEEPityPORK,  ^    ������     MUTTON.yEtc.  ���������'    \    ' hi'i.      {   ' ' l''������i ���������'���������  ,  'Fish and .Game in, Season.;>  All oirl.'is pioniptly filled.    , \  REVELlSTte>rB,,-te./.S?AniSnBD?������^  . .'*? . f1 y ��������� ��������� >', <   7r - i_  f ",+ Ji GOLDFISH-,      " '  J Finest stock of caiidie's rand fruit'in town.  ^A7\ J,     ,/,Front StreetJ^Re^elstoke" ^  ' ���������7 V v     '  ' Having taken over the wood'  busi h~ess"df" W. - E1 eiii i n g"lCam  prepared to" fill orders foiv-Mill  Wood' 'aV $2''. ;o"-,,per 'l'oad:  , -   j. *   -  1     ������,-    r   1 >j  .Order's left'at W: M. Lawrence,  >��������� ' '        7      Pi   if 7*1  -Hardware 'Sfqre.ywill Receive  prompt Attention. *-" -'<v   <- ���������;-' 1  7f terms rstrictly'C.' O. 'D.������/'.  SWAN V CARliSQlsh  ??s~'ii?mi 77J ;7lifu"nn"-^7i -'^-^'v.-v^t'o cny'.-vJ  r $5.00  j    a_u.jJ,  G: ;B^TOIVIB &^ 00:71:10  ,      ���������       REYELSTOKE,*  ,-;y:'?}-fv,vB.  0.,'     -i ->  1'" 5} '  Standaro.ib.iiedy'for Gleet;  Gonorrhtea and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS.    Curos Kid  ne> and Bladder Troubles.  I-   "*" " , I ,  of   .rapancse   nil'.intiy louted a j cat.urb need'nt  Consumption /is     Scourging  Canada."  -Ye.ii by yeai the White Plague  steadily gains headvvtij, and why "' Because c.neless jieople let theii, colds  run int.. oatarrh which in turn becomes consumption.' Vietinic oi  'e  discouraged,   ti-i  conipa'ny of Cossacks at Senientsuye��������� ] fr4igiant    he.ilirur   Catarrho/.One  per-  teid.iy.    The Japanese  did not suffer I manently ctues every type of  catarrh.  any  caaualtie--   while  the  native re-JThe*soothtns vapot   of  Ciuarrho/one  poiU   say   that    the    Russians   lost I immediately   killc     the   germs   thiit  twenty men. ��������� cause catarrh and pi events Vhein from  London.  May  2-1.���������A t despatch   to [again   entering your   system.   Relief  ' tlie_I).iily Mail fiom Yinkoiv says: "A . vvill beV[iiick.   cure   will   be cprtain,  Japanese third arnivV-   mobih-'inff at' absolute free'lom   from ..my  trace of  iliinshima. A chan'tiedn the Japanese , catarrh follow* the  u-e  .     ,     .  >. "      s, , ,. "   xone. > Jt,i= a  scientific  lilaiis arrived-at   frnm   tbe naval cits     .. 7X7,      ~     :     k. ,- '-,,1  Tlie Bevelstoke Navigation >Cor Ltd  TIME TABLE- ;  , -i  (Piiring season of high water)  ��������� Leave EiGirr-Mir.n Laxuixg each^  TUESDAY AXD FRIDAY at On. m.  Leave La J^orth each  TUESDAY AlS'jy) FRIDAY at 2 p  m.  SPECIAL TRIPS will be made between dates of legular sailing whenever business offered vvaiunits same.  Tbe Company ieseive the light to"  cbange time and days of sailing without notice.  rpHE MEDICALAVATER������ of'iral-  Ha ley on Hot Springs  7 LT&riitariuni^-^  T  I - cyon aie th.- ino-i itmiiivb in rhe  vvoild. ' A pVi'l'.'Cl'. ii.itinal reincdy for  all" Net v (Tits-and Mii'-cnl.n- ilis.^n-e1',  Liver, Kidnev si nil Sinumili ���������lilnvnl.s  and Met.illk* Piii-snuinir. A'^iiih i fu-p  for !"That Tiled Feelm**."' l'!=i|iH( ini  rates on' ,'all,Min,its and rLiriiiis.^ 'Two  ��������� nails"' ,u iive,.and deptu u.ejeiy_ day.  Telcgi.ipiY .-communication ' with"- all  parts ot lb.'' vvoild. An- experienced  lhass.inget'.       "       (. A  Halcyon Hot Springs  u   Arrota LaKe. "B._C.  Patients will vhear of sometliingj  y "to"their acivantage, by writingr  ", to a the 'Diabetic"; Institute,; St/  , IDunstan's Hill,vL'ondonf, E.G.^-4  NOTHING  TO PAY:  7i\  '51  "i4l  /I  Vr tl  :n\  }\\  '' tl  A. FORSLAXD,  Master.  C. D.  BACIIER,  Purser.  "V^OTrCE i- herpby fc-iveo tliat after :w d.i*,=  r. ������7\     jfter.l no I intend to apply to the ETot.or"  Q?   CatarrliO-   ahl^  the  Cluef  Commissioner  of .Laud-,   and  'mmftlr   Par  I Works for a  -pecial liren-e to cut and carry  ,    . , ��������� . ,  .'     7 , . 7   away   umber  from.the   followmif   described  i ranted to cure Jung trouble, bronchitis | land-, ra .-  aster, invohes the utili/iiie the second'.) n,l catarrh,    f'uie   "ilarantfed  -.vithT   CommencinL- at a po^t pl.mti-d about two  , *     ���������   .     , , ���������='        '  .      i., ,,,      nnlf--������---tof S J  Harlow'-������outti-\ve-t corner,  armv ior the leductiou of Port Arthur! two montb* treatment     Price ���������?! 00 : [ thencr- north *i chain=, thenco ea^t so chains,  . J sample size 25c  CORRESPONDENCE;  and, tbeiefore. the first aimyisen-  tiencbing at lreng AYang Cheng." '  St. Peteisburg. May 21.���������The gov-j  .eminent rccei\e<l new-- confirmatory!  of the iunioi5'in-circulation heie that *  Gen. Ptoe������-el  ba<   made a successful' A MiS-Statement  SOitie   fiom   Port Arthur, rceultrns hi ' Editor KooTK\.n M.vn.*  , *���������      , ,. *  the defeat  of  the Japanese with'the'  ol  tlie Japanese  lo������������������ "f o\ei 1,000, killed  or wounded.  The Hu-siitn lueses  \vere ljli killed or  Wi.lt illled. -    L  Londi.n, May 21.���������A despatch to  the ot. James' (hi/ette fiom Ivobe,  Japan, dattd today, con In ins n  oi the -tnuiding ol tbe Kii'-'-ntn protected crur-ei IJ.ig.ityr on rbe rocks  near tin* entrance to Vl.idivostock.  and add.- that tbe Boirntyr siibspf|iipnt-  ly ^iis blown up by thu Ru--sians to  pievf-nt her falling into the bands of  thu .i.ipaiK -e.  The IJogatyr wa- a line modern  ciui.-ei(of G,7")() tons, was built in l!K>2  and vmis | IlMi'eet long. i  Chefoo. M.iv 2.'J.���������The c.iptiiin of n  Jtn-sian iiic-icliaiitnian, who left Port  Aithtiron May 20 and i~ among the  recent arrival-, fiom Malny, ������ny in an  interview* that tbe whole of the  Japanese Hoot bud not ictiirncd to  J'ort Aitluir --inco the loth instant  when, be--ides the biittlc-hip Ilatsttsc,  another big \essel stitickn niinf and  was towed away di-nhlcd. (iunboats  and trnpedo boat" leturned off the  poiton  tbe   IHtb   instant,   when   the  I thenc,- -outh SO chains thence west 80 chains to  ,' pome of commencement.  1       Dated tl.e 2-itii day of April. l������l  j. R. MAXWELL  i 1 :   i  1 V"OTJ('E i- herebj  eiyen that. 30 (luj=after  Px* d itc. J lntr-nd t������, apply to the H(������nor.ible  thf- f hi.'f C'oinmwsion.T of Lands and Works  for a -p*-c!(il licen-e to cut and carry aw a*, tun-  l>"rfrom tl.e follnnrinK (le-crib--d lands, situate  tn tho hi-trjet of Kootenai ('(.riimuncin^ ut  th^sOuth-e.ist corner of Lot Ml, Oroop I: thence  ������p-t������l ch.iins, tl..-niv south sf) cbarns tnence  Ma^t M) chain-, th<-ui*<- north .tl chains to tho  point of U)inrneuci'm"iit.  Dated the 21th da> of April. Iflill.  JIMP-S M.'LESXAN  ibo.it 1\ nulla, -ou'h ULst of the v 111.il--,; of  Arrowhead on the shore of Coper Arrowy Lake,  c..minvni.i()K-'t a P'������st |)..uit"t.il������������n' half n mile  soiilh-wi-kt of tie I*. I', li. 'able line .md  tnark.d W J! Il-.ntjr'-, Kotth ������e-r ( or.K-r  1'i.st; thci.'e -oulli .'<fhnin-"f Ih. n..- ,��������� int |n |  rh.niis; tin no- north to -t.on ii.-ic r tln-n<ei  alou^ ^h'.H' iin,' t.i point of (.ointn, t.ftuii.'dl.  Dated Ji,th IVbrmry, K������.|  W. ll.HK.VTTy.  X70TIC R i- hofbi   ifiv..  x\     date. 1 int.-n.l to A\,p\\  Allow* one in your valuable pnpei  the libeitv of correct hi" :i inthui glar-  ing mi.���������statenieut, vvbicb appealed in  hist issue of the fvlenogr'ipb.    Jn   its    ,      ,. . .-     , L   ;      it    , ��������� VOTlt'K I-' HEHKHV fllVEV that   If, da}M  pleadmsj.- tor a bank It -tales that En-i -N    after date I intend to apply to the Chief  ,     ,    . i ,    , , fV/uunls'ion. r of  l������ind- and   Wori,,,  for p( r  derby s   evpoits    hist   year   excf edf d j ,���������,.,,������������������ t������ p.irrh.w.* p aen- _of ,i indL,-itmu.;  report j Amistrong'-     Xow    sirr   last October  there went out  of   Armstrong  87  car  load-   of   products   of    tlii-.   (h-tricf.  This i-. only one m-.nth   and   I   think!  that is nioie than went fr.tui   Enderby |  in six months, miles, they count Hour.'  hardly ,-, pound of which i" made from  wheat grow n in I?  ('., as every lancher  .with three or four exceptions, -e||.,   to  the Okanagan Flour Mills  Co' a Canadian, not an   Ani������iic,in   owned   concern.  Mr. Walker bad letter be c.'iiefii! in  listening to Enderby'* Old tunois  They sometimes -fietch tbe [loint. F[n  hud in fact, better go dow' ,\u<\ iind be  is suit1 bel'oic publishing such uiac-  ctiracies. fie i-< iiiniunga nice, blight,  newsy sheet, ft i* good enough for  any town arid too good to waste space  on such erroia as that.  I am A'e.,  Alt.V-l'lllOM.I 11,  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,  etc., to any part of the City.  Any Kind of. Transferring  r l<   Undertaken.    '    '  All orders left ^it R. M. Sinythe's  Tobacco Store, or by Telephone, No. 7  vvill recehe prompt attention. - -  JSS  THE. RICHEST'IN ^GREAM r-  ,3(1i millipri.tins sold in Gicat Britain in  Full size'1-lb. tins 20c. each.   *��������� '     ,  no:?  The Leeming Mile's Co., Limited'., S/c  Montreal -  X^^^X^^^feX^^^X^^^^aaSX^^^-r^^^X^^^fe  <ai  Wm. Fleming,  Wholcsih; and Retail  '  Meat. Merchant.  '  i  Fish   and   Game   in   Season,  First St., Revelstoke.  T. L CIGARS  Thc.hit that crowned Mike Casey's name _  That scored the run that saved the gjinic'  Ranks far bencaih this HIT of laino  The hit of the Famous T L. Cic.vu    -   l  As good as a homer  With three men on bases  WTIIRIE  DOMINION WIRE ROPE CO., Ltd., Montreal  Manufacturers   of   l.ant������'  Wire  Ropt:.       Hoisting,  ,   UndcryrouiR  Miniii"'   ancl  nil  Cialvanizcd  age  and   Colliery.  Wire   Rope.-  ri. it  I'.ii i>- .ft- r,:  i/, the rionor.tl.le [  the ri.i.-f I onuni.-ioncj' of t*.Hid-   tn,l Workii  f,.r a *p. ej (Ih, ,-n-.- lot ut ..rid nrrj a-v j> tun  {  her fr-m, ti..- folio mu .|.-./-r,l.'.l l.m.U:  (*<,minenrjii������  at J    R   ./a./.i-or. -   <mth ,-,.Ht {  ^oim-r. thenrew,-t  ]>0 .-hairi-. Mi uri- ->nu\A\ VI,  (.���������ham-, tl,erir,-e i-t ,!./> chains  then,*,- north 10!  ch iin- to i^,irit of r,,n,ntH[������'/.ii,,.jit f  n,,t������d tl.e.Mb day of Apri'  l".l ���������  S  J   H\KLOVV.    I  !Representatives, Cunliffe & McMilhfii?  I Stock carried in Rossland.  Rossland, B". C.  CLEANING HOUSE TIME  ^.'-h' v P" ''n"<inn , wh"t "1" wilh your wnlli lo hiv��������� thorn Banllary, nootand a  on win not .rant t��������� ���������������u LiIb.h.iIiii,, lnnimii oflir It lm������ l������-en on a -.hurt (imo it rulm off (  .... I   i.v. r n, al,, , ��������������������������� < t|,��������� ,, ���������tJ ,���������IM, o{ WM|,|���������B ���������n t|,0 ���������ltl rnaU ��������� |,lt|, , ,wt��������� M mni h  3BKSSSZ3a.  Id Dear ar. han.l  Vo.(  wlith lo  tmlta in uinautlury, ������.���������1 mum wall ro<(|"ih������tion.  allmctlvo, h is to lie decided.  on cverylhuit; Itml. .un. s in tonlv t vrith il: and tlifn when yoa  hi t.i put ic on in thu brat ilium    Wuli-impur unh its icuuld-*  Walls to ho hc-ulthjr must lirailhc '  NOTICE.  N'DTK K m horohy ki ihi tint ������l (Inn .iftof  diile 1 int'ind to ,i(,pl) fo th,- flori tie,  ( he'T ('(.mr.li-^i'.ne.- of Ltieh it id Work- it  Vi.'tonn for a-.[..ci.ii liri-n-n lo (...t ..nd f'.irry  ,nv iy tiriih'-r from tl.n followniK d--,-rili'd  lurid-., vis' '  ( rmunoiK Kit' at n p,,it nlnntdd uhout 10 rlniirM  north of the v.cil nnd of WiKon f^iikc, tlioi.ro  w"-.t Iflhchiin-, thonro north lO.hainH thfinr-,1  f-ii-,1 K-Ochiium, thonro j,,ulh lOrhnim [,. [K.int.  ,������f co[iim(*tic'.,m<-nt;  Pitted tho'Jlth tiny tit \[.ril, WW  .1   ll  JAM 11 SON*.  Tho Doctor hii>h,  CHURCH'S   COLD   WATER  Hf^n^S.i^,       V   tul"!nf Vth" ,ree <*���������**" ot "lr    "'������iwrmtnent, ������nd mnltarians ondonw tbe u������o of it   Anyone can do plain tinting, and with tho aid  i  k    ii u    ���������    "    ' ?".'��������� ''"'It"'' "c 'urnlih, ������n ordinary ������orkman can do Tory nice decorating   Cheaper than paint or paper.   ALABA8TINE U for  "* *7 "' """ro ind l-alnt. Ih-alon���������|n packago* onljf.   For book of tint, and further particulars, write mentioning thla paper to  The ALABASTINE CO., Limited, PARIS, ONT. THE KOOTENAY MAIL,  */  ...   J.   SAMSON  Painter, ,Paperhangep, Signwritep  '   I   ���������  kalsom'ining done.  I  Orders rec'-ivc prompt utt<*ntinn.  .Second street,       -   ' REVELSTOKE  shvcob:  KDBTZ & CO'S CIGABS  The Best on tha Market.  HENRY'S NURSERIES  3010 Westminster   Road.  Thousands of Fruit? and  Ornamental Trees!'  KURTZ'S OWN f   *  KURTZ'S PIONEER   ;    '  KURTZ'S'SPANISH BLOSSOM  1 are Brands that can't'be beaten.  - MADE BY UNION LABOR,  ^Rhododendrons, Roses,  'Greenhouse ancl Hardy Plants. '"  ���������������*<i  0 , 4 -l J" "* "* '  Homo-Grow n and Imported -- '-  'Garden, Fieldand Flower Seeds  I <��������� ��������� i      t     <    u   f  , For Spring Planting.    ,' .  Eastern prices or less.      White laborr  ��������� '     FERTILIZERS. '''  .Bee Hives and,Supplies!'  Cut Flowers und Designs.        t  '���������Catalogue free.  JVI. JJHENRY,  ,0l -'. .'  Vancouver, B'. C  WOOD YARD  - 1 have started a permanent Wood  ".Yard, on Third street. With'my past  -experience I hope to-liVin-.i position  to s.itisfy all requirements of custom,  ers. bMill *and 'cordwood''supplied' in  any lengths at reduced^ prices for cash-  ,,/"'"     -   r. ramson.' ;.,  Seigfr|ed & thofnton  ��������� ��������� (  Painters; Papefti'angefs" -*;  andiSigri Writers.' ''''���������II.  Estimates given for all kinds o'f houso jiaiutiiic  Orders for'Pnperhnnt;infr nnd Knlsomiiiing will  , ;. '.   receive prompt attention.        _   _  ' .>'   ADDRKSS : P.O. BOX'2.-.2.'or\.  'SECOND ST.', Behind C.'P.J*. Shops.  POPLAR.  . a iiagc run LIFE.    '  - i  Spurring his'jadid  !.,-.; w> lo  renewed  efforts when the animal should be lefreshed  vvith proper food and rest, is about as sen.  r sible as prescribing- iieive tonic--, alcoholic  'compounds,  coca mixtuies mid   cocktails  which only spur on the "already weakened  nervous system.' Neither does it do to put  ���������the nerves to sleep with ^narcotics.    When  Sou feel worn-out, broken down, jaded, and  feel the effects of brain liie as well as nerve  .weakness, sleeplessness and fatigue,, take  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, a-  tonic'which will do you lasting-(rood, build  you up, increase youi appetite and strength  and  improve the condition' of the  blood.  -When the blood is impoverished the' nerv es !  feel the effect." Nervousness in nine .cases  'out of ten is the "crytof the starved nerves  for'food."   Feed the nerves on ricli^ blood  and all nervous manifestations will cease.  ,*'lt has heen ".even  mouths since usin-f llr.a  Pierce's Golden Medical Disco-.try and I only  used three bottles o'f the medicme'M hen it made  me-feel  like a new man," writes S   A   Miller,  E'q  (care of Mr.'Amos Hyre, R. D. io), Da) ton,  'Ohio.    "I had doctored with,two local physicians without benefit.   I felt all worn out, and  bad an awful misery in my back for two years'  'but'noticed'a'change'for  the! better when  I  began using jour ' Golden Medical-Discovery.* ������  ' To gain knowledge'of your own<body���������  in sickness and health���������send for the People's Common Sense" Medical Adviser. A  book of 1008, pages. Send '31 cents in  stamps for ' paper-covered,"or, 50 .stamp*  for cloth-bound copy. Address Dr. R. V.  Pierce. 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.    ,  ������������������      " ; THE LATEST AND GREATEST ' - '.   "  BREAKFAST FOOD  Beats them alL* Requires.no Cooking:    -    ������J  "   -        All ready to;eat.    ..,������������������       .<; > < .A,  a  GOOD HEALTH'is priceless;  '���������'���������"������������������   J Adulterated teas its enertiv.  ti  '^    *i    -/'  Ceylon   Tea  is "yoiir'"'. safeguard,  being; absolutely pure.; ;  Sold only in sealed lead "packets.   , -By all Grocers  f KOOTENAY ENGINEERING WORKS 1  .": rr-TM iMnrno.   AKin   HflA^UlMlOTO1  Subscription, $2.00 Per Year  Published Weekly on Saturday by  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Co., Ltd.  * - -j* ��������� -        , - ,     ,  Steam Printers  *  . >   r ,       . { ,    ���������      *  and Publishers  . FOUNDERSaANR MACHINISTS  i-h������������i.        "-        I-. ���������   * r ������������������-i-i       -, ���������������      ������ ��������� *    ���������*- t   :  \v   i.r*   ts ->     _ * .     Manufacturers for the  Opawford Double, Rope; Aerial- Tramway\. System, .Limited  ������     '    'REPAIRING AND JOBBING A'SRECiALT^Y-  ���������   Cl - r , 1  Marine, Mining,.and Mill Machinery, Ore Cars," Buckets, Tanks,  Etc. lion and Brass Casting.. ~,A complete stock of Shafting,  Supplies, Fittings, Etc., always on' hand. Estimates for all  'classes of work furnished upon application. Mail orders receive  piomptand careful attention.    Scrap Iron bought by the carload  B. C. TRAVIS, Manager,  P. 0..Box 493, Nelson, B.C. ....  ������������������>.-  Office and Works:  Foot of Park Street  Dealers in  Printing and Wrapping Papers  and Paper Bags  Loose Leaf Account and Duplicate  Counter Check Systems  Agents for Tengwell and Opalla  Patented Loose Leaf Files,  Ledgers and Billing Systems  yDZRursriK:  PERFECTION   COCOA .  7       .* v  'It is absolutely pure\  COWAN'S CHOCOLATE CAKE ICINGS,  CREAM BARS, ETC:, ARE VERY CHOICEST QUALITY  The COWAN CO., Limited; Toronto  Phone No. 13  P. 0. Box No. 70  Melody  and Mirth  During the L-ong  Winter Evenings  witfa  The Berliner Gram-o-phone  Winter's dreary evenings lose their monotony, and you  have a constant source of pleasure and profit in a Grarn-  'o-phone. R \rffl tell you funny stories or sing "Coon  Songs"���������if yoa feel humorously inclined. If you want  to dance, anything from a two-step to a minuet���������awaits  your pleasure or that of your friends and neighbors.  It trill pfermMtenfcces of the Piano or Organ; Solos by fRmoui violinUts,  mandolin. Wtsr or banjo player. ; cWe yon a Hand Concert by bourn's or tlie  Coldstream Quarts' Bund or the Bagpipes ; sine or talk, which you will.  Prices of Gram-o-phones  rf������| /^ ^.-^   <fc,/f,������  complete with. 3 Records *& KJ   *W   WT-J  Goontsteed for five years.   "It is mnde In Canada."  fold  na  aua^i monthly payments  if doaired.     Write  for partietxlMSi Catalogue and list of Record..  Manufactured by  E. BERLINER, 2315 St. Catherine Straot, Montreal.  FOB BALE BV  [From tho NUHBel.]  The, oiHlook   for   the   mining industry" in 'Poplar   is  bright, indeed.  From every part of the district reports  are coming  in  of  important  strikes,  not alone ir, gold, but in silver, copper  and lead, us well.     Several very large  bodies of ore have  been  uncovered in  the past couple of, weeks.'    One, lead  on Meadow creek is reported to be 200  feet in'width   and ' well   mineralized  throughout.    -Altogether   thpre   are  nearly two'h'undred prospector doing  assessment work in the camp  and  all  appear pleased with the result.     1'or  upward of twenty miles on both  sides  of the,Lardo   river   prospect' work is  being'donc, and/ve dr.; not  know of a  single   claim   whicli ' is  not  proving  better 'as the work progresses. "   '  '  ,.  .     _   -   "        O.V UAI'II) CHUCK |  thero'are sixteen "men  doing assessment. , 'a Schmidt* & Rogers have done  the "most "development.     Thoy have"  run a tunnel 300 feet'and' some  two  hundred feet of stripping and  surface  crosscutting.     The   claims comprise  the Humming Bird, Bismarck, .Gladstone, North   Star   and   Coroniition.  On these are four.leads, the .largest ol  which is 30 feet in width,   and carrying high values in gold.        , ,   ,  ,' John Chism and partners arc working " the7Goldp, Leaf   and   Gold Hill  properties. ., On these there is a 5-foot  lead,-assaying from ,$17'tp %te in gold.  ' Jno. ?Nesbitt and  Geo. Munroe are  working''on 'the/Sunrise, '  Sunset,"  Morning and Homesttike.      The" work'  so far has consisted   in  stripping  the  lead, 'which   is   from i 1  to 3 feet'in j  'width and very rich in free.gold. '  Burn's & Gordon are also stripping  on a very rich lead. Besides these there  are ten" or ' twelve other prospectors  doing assessment work on Rapid  creek properties, and^ all that is now  required to make the work continuous  is a stamp mill to'treat the ore, which  is rich enough to pay from the '* grass  roots. ", **"        - "���������   '       ���������   '   * - '  "A Nelson man who visited  "*      THE SWEDE GROUP  lust week, says he was astonished at  the shewing, and thinks more* booming should have been done by the  local paper,and the citizens of'Poplar.  Leads that he had been informed were  mere stringers , running through the  claim, he found-to be from,18 inches  to 5 feet in width,/arid "lousy" with  gold.' , He picked up a piece of quartz  from the dump*of a 4-foot-lead and  found it spattered with gold. ' <'  On' the northv side of the river at  Gold Hill'the'rec- is a mineral belt on  which ,claims have been located for  several miles. The best known, and  on which the most development has  been done, is the Lardo King group.  Throughout this entire belt there are  ledges running parallel to each other  and .ranging' from 2 to 30 feet in  width. All these assay high in gold,'  and it is claimed by many that this  belt will be a greater producer of the  yellow metal than that lying along  Poplar creek. The Lardo King has a  remarkable surface showing and when  the shipping stage arrives will .give a  good account of itself. There are between thirty and forty men doing  assessment work on claims along this  belt. ' , 7  Across the liver from Gold Hill is  the Buffalo group, under bond to  finch it White, of Spokane, .who last  January ran a 60-foot tunnel.  Near the Buffalo is the Golden  Eagle group, lately acquired by a  Camborne syndicate, represented by  T. W. Lcn&k. A 4-foot lead was uncovered the past week.  iMarcus\t Gilbert are continuing to  take out rich ore on their group of  claims, which have the same leads  and   probably   as   high grade   ore as  from Messrs. Craig, McCarter and  Hillman,rand declares his expectation  of making another Silver Cup and  Nettie L. out of it.  The I. X. L. at Rossland got 85 ozs."  bullion from their second clean-up.  The G-ranby Mines have completed  their No: 1 low level tunnel, 1500 feet  ���������<���������"������������������������   - , (,   '     '  W. B. Pool says the Oyster Criterion  will put - in ten more stamps immediately. 7        "'       i  The fthoderick   Dhu   in, Boundary-  has been bonded by'the B.  C  Copper  Co. for .$20,000. '   '<     \ ,     ,  Don't forget to renew your miner-)  license before. June 1st or vou will lose  that found on the Swede.  THE MINES.  The Jumbo has bought an air compressor.  The Chaplciiu stamp mill is to resume work.  Bar silver is at 55$ and electrolytic  copper at 13$.  The Nccpawa on Ten Mile has  started shipping.  A zinc smelter will probably be  established at Fernie.  The Rossland Power Co's 200-ton  concentrator will be started up in two  weeks.  W. Ifaupt proposes shipping 20  tons of ore from tho Tecumseh above  Wilmer.  I    W.   B.   Pool   has   purchased    the  I Horseshoe mine near Trout Lake City  your rights as a free miner.  The Queen, near Salmo,, is doing  well, and has already nroduced $3000  of go'd bricks this' month.       ,  'Referring to the mining outlook'in'  the"Liirde.iu', the Topic says it never  looked brighter than this season, b  J.'A. Diirragh"has ,rim   the  tunnel  on the   Silver 'foliar  in  J3 feet and  expects to crosscut tho'lcnd in another'  W fret,   - '       ,'  j J  If. B^Mu'nroc, of Greenwood, has  been appointed Dominion ,'mines.com-  missioiier(to the world's fair afSt.  Louis..        i    , ' _ ,  > The' Sunset has _ paid .another  'dividend 'of $6000," making $CG,000  distributed ,in dividends", to date by  that mine. ,   ,       , '      (.  _"  u There is a row in the Amalgamated  Copper Company over alleged misuse  of the company's funds for political  purposes.    _���������" , ./  , / The Keystone Mines r Limited ^propose *'to sink'.iashaft'on -"the ore showing on their property,on Keystone  Mountain.     ' i - ''   ���������  * The lead in  the''Nelson,,'owned by;  Cory Menhinick, lias been rent' at  84  ft. and looks well,*giving a'1 fine showing of gold.- -   _. 7 ^        "       ���������J   ' ,  Bruce White, president of the "Spyglass property, has visited it and with .,  a view ' to, deciding .on development  work to be done.*   -/���������  The last'number of the B. C. Min-  ing Exchange is one of the best num-   -  bers   of ' that    interesting     mining -'  publication yet issued. *  A test run   has been   made [of the  Silver  Cup company's -mill   at Five,  mile and a start 'was to' be  made on  Nettie L. ore this week.     ' ( -  , , As the result of their success so far,-  the Fraser River Gold Dredging company propose putting another four  dredges on tlie Fraser.-  The   Mavis,    a   Boundary    galena,  showing, discovered  when 'putting in  the  Cascade  Power   company's -pole  line, has been bonded for .$11,000.  ' H. S. Wallace  considers  as   the result of his interview with"the,Iinperial  shareholders at .Nelson the Eva shaie-  holders will   be   given   a   fairer deal  than was originally proposed.    -  ' J. D. Sibbald   came   in   from   Mc-  Cullough   creek   this   week   to meet  several gentlemen who  are interested  in the   Revelstoke   and   McCullough  Creek Hydraulic   property,   and   intend visiting it.    >  In the advserse actions in the Lucky  Jack case, Hanna v. Morgan and  Rutherford v. Morgan, the defendants  have applied to amend their defence  and the suits may .stand over till next  sitting of the court at Nelson.  The Great Northern Mines have cut  the lead with their low level tunnel  on the Oyster Criterion and the  property is ieportf>d to be looking well.  It is stated the ore now being put  through the mill shows a considerable  increase on previous mill runs.  The Lucky Boy at Trout Lake is  arranging to-put in an electric hoist,  concentrating works, and compressor  plant which will add materially to the  output. This property during twelve  months has shipped ore to the value  of $23,000.-���������Topic.  The executive of the Mining As=oci-  ation adopted the Poplar resolutions  for the declaration of the rights of  placer and quartz mines and urge the  executive of the provincial government to take ceitain steps to carry  out the special views of the resolutions  as provided by the act' where ambiguity exists, nnd so prevent a recurrence of cases similar to the Shamrock mineral claim which was tiled  over the Lucky Jack quartz claim. A  committee was appointed to tnke up  the question of obtaining for quartz  mines the surface rights to the quartz  claims they may stake.  From April 1st, 1001, to December  31st, 1903, Paradise mine shipped to  the smelter 1,610.49 tons of ore, and  the gross value of the metals was $7(1,-  910.61. Since April 1st, 1901, 40 tons  have been shipped and about 200 ions  are in transit, while it is the intention  to bring down 40 tons a month during the summer.���������Outcrop.  ������  ' '  P .. *.^.*.^ -^-j ���������/*������������������ sr���������.*^^**;* ,l*W5*.".e** i-*--:���������    .  -\* *���������"   -      T   /tr--J"-"  el  THE KOOTENAY; MAIL  'ii  XT-be 1Kciotena\> f!l>ail  PUBMSIIKD   SATURDAY.        ,      '  ���������AT���������, ,      ,  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ,' !���������     '  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per    Annum  ADVERTISING , KATJ-S ' on   , application  Cli.miies in standing advcrti-cineiits iimsl  '   be in by 'J n. in. Thui*-clay,of each week to  secure good di-play.   SlundiiiK aiherlNiijB  matter will be changed iniccn inontli with*  *"   out   cxn.i   ulimifu      For more fie-mcnl  alleralions llie' time occupied  in mukiiiir  same i\ill be cli.ugcdnt, u-.ii.il rules. 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" Kamiooi-s���������Smi-i ii Uitos "   ,  ,j AuM-siuoMif-l'"- \\oi.i-i:xi>i:n-.,  VA&tuuvi.it���������Galloway. & Comi-any. , ������  ," - LONDON" (ENGLAND) A.GKNCY.  ���������'Our Kiil!1i-1i ollU.cs are at HO Klecl streel, Lou-  "don  E.,C-:. vbeie' lies-,-*-. K. & J. Hiudy .V Co.  '���������will ra-eivc for us Knfli-li new-, subscriptions  , and advertisements and ^w hero a die is kept ol  ' tin-paper for Ihe usoflreeol chaise) of any of  our leader- w������illiife'  London and dc-noiis ol  sceu-i,- ll'u ,alt'-L '"���������" I'f^'blo ol  Ins oriier  local paper.    -   ;, * --  'J'he .Provincial government were  treating the city' of Kevelstoke in a  rascally^vay over refusing use of  the provincial gaol for city prisoners. The city lias 'no lock-i>p o'f it?  own, and  the result was the police  i <" * , ii j  could not handle .offenders except  jylieii they'-were compelled to in  flagrant cases. , The McBridc government were thus ,aiding anil  ���������lljettiiig" lawlessness; Instead of  doing wliaHs one of the first duties  of government, preserving laW'iuul  order in tho community.' It it  gratifying to ' learn thev 7 have  thought better of their discreditable  conduct in this respect.''   ',  'i-   i  271   &, J. HARDY it CO.  '  'J IIO.MK AND COLONIAL  ' ADVJiltTISJNG. I--IJKSS AND   ,  AU'J'HOU'd .lOEiVTS and 7  NKWSI'Al-EK COUKKSPONDENTS,  ' 30 Kleel Street,    ' ' - London, England.  ' CANADIAN llUSINESS A SPECIALTY.  H  -ARVBY, MC014.RTER  AND PINKHAM,  BAK11ISTJERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.  'Okkici-s .    Moi-son?   Hani;    Hm'CK.   IIkvi:l-  SlUKh, U. C.        '  Mono} lo loan. - r  Office^* Ke\el-loke. H. 15.; KoitSteele, B. C.  Gi:o. S. iluCAi:n;u,  A. at.   I'lMOIAJl,  Uei'cl-loke, IJ. C.  <**-,  ,). A. Hahvkv, '  Kort Steele, 11. C.  ���������OUN   MANNING  , , L. L. J3.  SCOTT    B.  A.,  ' V Bakhistek, Solicitor, Utc.  Firsl Street.    ��������� -   Ri-vi'lstoke', J3.U.  JE  DWARD A. IIAGGEN,  .   Mining Engineer,  iliiem.  American* Institute ilining Kiiitineer������)  -   LMeni. Canadian Alining Institute.)'  Revelstoke, 13. U.  Examination of and iC)>orl5 on  Mineral I'io-  perlies a Specialty. i.  TIbe1[\00tena\>flfoail  <UNIONiy  Of Judge Murtin'*' insult 'to  the  Nelson juror, the Province-says :���������  -'There is.much reason, we conceive/  who the matte0!- should belaid   he-  fore the   department  ot, justice   at  Ottawaand Mr.   Mai tin'  be  asked  for an; explanation, .and if lie .can-;  not���������and  we fail ,to see   how' he  can���������give a satisfaclo.ry  reason for  his attack upo.n this citizen of Nelson he  should   lie  severely, reprimanded.    On the question   of/ acting as juror in a murder trial be-  cause oi opinions in regard to capital punishment Mr.   Martin   is",no  more  competent,  than, Mr.   Jones,  ancl in niesuining io  enfici.-e   thai  gentleman he Jw,i-   guilty   of   presumptuous arrogance."- ���������"  SATURDAY, M-\Y   ^S,  1901.  A correspondent of tbe Colonist  reierring to vagaries of Supreme  Court Judges says :���������" Proper dig-  nity. decorum and respect in a  court of' law is alright, but in  many instances during'the last few  years in British Columbia.'it has  been carried to the point of the  lowe.-t absurdity and, made the  court room a matter of ridicule  and contempt; something tb  amuse the shallow-minded ancl  humiliate in the eyes of* =uch  people thoee'who have a proper respect for the law and the administration of Justice."  The   citizen.-   of   Vancouver' decided last'election to clean up their  ci,ty and leturned men to do it. The  McBride government', in the  inter-  est^ of the 'lower  element*- of  the  city, pat-f-ed 'legislation 'taking   out  of the hands of th'e'citv council the  very matter they had- been -,elected  to'deal witlvniiYI set  ii|i a"  gov'eVn-  ment-appointed police  commission  to ha nil ie these matters in defiance  of tbe wishes of the peoplc^of Vancouver.    At Phoenix "five of the six  aldermen have resigned  as   a   protest against  government   appointments of police commissioners and  police magistrates.   "Tlin.-doe=  the!  Mc Bride   government   declare  for  vested     and     partisan     interests  sign inst the wiii of' the  people.  Australian colonies, where mining  disputes are inexpensively settled  by tlie wardens in open court. - One  rarely hears of "a mining law-suit  there as the'result. In mining  more common sense and less law  are wanted, more" equity, and less  legal fiction. There'is ra case now  before the courts ih another part of  the province,, which is, said���������to be  little less than an attempt to blackmail a company, and in which a  lawyer is reported' to'1 be standing  in. * If tbe report be true this is a  regrettable condition of things in  the case of a profession from which  are drawn the judges .who are  supposed to be'men,of integrity in  deckling between right and wrong,  and the laws which permit such a  .condition of things should be removed from the statute book'.   -   >���������  ,    BROKEN PLEDGE?.  The   McBride   government   has  again flagrantly broken   faith with  the   members    of   the legislature.  The   premier   promised   to   call a  summer   se.-sion , to   deal   whhthr-j, , ,  -, i i-   '       . .   - .   homes that alone can build  up for  railway problem.     At present suchf .. . ��������� ,     .      .  iV GOVERNMENT CHAOS. <���������  ' The land administration of the  prdVince,is in a scandalous condition 'and' the McBride government seems helpless to improve it.  British Columbia's'day lias come,  ancl thousands of homeseekers arc  migrating.into the province, from  Britain, Manitoba^and, the 'Northwest; .'' A live, government, with a  Sifton at the head of it,-would lake  .advantage"of'.thc opportunity and  have the land department .particularly in_ such shape that" people  could ' readily( get all the information they wanted" as to-land  available for settlement. - The fact  is the Land Cominissone'r's'' ofhee at  Victoria is in a state of chaos. The  World'submits the following infor-  'matjon in proof of this." '-The facts  here stated,are a reiteration pi ,the  complaints one hears from'one'end  of the country, to the other':  "During the last few weeks' many  amplications   have   been   made'at  the local registry  ollice  for   information concerning lands   throughout   the   province    available  . for  settlement..   .Tlie  applicants-have  been  referred   to   (he   cleputycom-  mNsionor . of* lands  ancl 'work's-at  Victoria, but more   than   once   the  reply' has" been 'received," '"Why 1  have written to  him   alie'adyVand  he'Says  that   the -government   has  rib' record whatever'."      Writing   to  one.of   the  applicants,   Mr.   Gore,  deputv commissioner of  lands and  works,'says :    "1 regret lo say that  in consequence of government  surveys not having beeif carried out to  any gro.it exeenl in" this   province,  there are no oflicial lists   of   crown  lands."      Mr.   Gore  further states  that   if   a   settler   wants to locate  land, the best'thing for  him nto'do  is to hunt out what   he   wants ancl  then search the registry' records to  see if it is available.     This  means  an expenditure of  much   time'and  monev which   in. many   cases will,  prevent men from   going on to   the  wild   land  and.  hewing    out   the  | this   nrovince   a  What has cone'wrong  ' The Boundary Time-; says :���������  " Conservatives who are still hopeful that their party has .a chance  to win in the next general election  should visit Ottawa during the  sc^ion of parliament and they  would soon become convinced that  , only by the iiiiraenlou-' intervention of Providence could the once  great party become dominant in  this- country. The first thing that  iniprcs.-e- the vi.-itor to the parliament i.- the -trength of the Liberal.- under Sir Wilfrid Laurier and  tho apparently hopeless weakness  of the Conservative4- ' under Mr.  Borden."  districts a=   Similkameen   and   the!  ��������� ,-.   ..     , ,-., , ; premanc-nt prospentv  ancl   the   lnwr   Okanag.in   are al-|* *���������      '  mosfcompletf-ly blocked for want  of tran-ijortation which i= the most  pre.-.-ing quc-.-tion a- affecting tbe.-e  sections of country. Tlie member  for Similkameen declared he would  resign if McBride did not fulfil hi.-  promise, :-o vital i^ thi- transportation question to hi.- constituency.  McBride break.- hi? pledge In-  failing to call the -uminer session.  Shatford break1- his pledge to resign in the event of no Minimer  ������e.-sion being   called   and   put-   off  secure  basis of  THE JUDGES.  with   the  : Judges of the .Supreme Court'! Two  I of them have  been   making  them-  | solve-;   and   their   courts  open   to  criticism   of  late.    At   Vancouver,  .fu.-tice Duff made an 'unwarranted  diatribe against Gold Commissioner Fraser and J. (',.  Murray,   J.   P.  of Trout   Lake   over  their   Poplar  Creek cld-ision-, when  avury  mining   man   knoii-   tbe--e   decision,-)  ! were at   )ea,-t  bad  law  know ���������- the' law ��������� themselves' " and  courts,of appeal ancl a privy council have been set up to'correct,their  mistakes, which are pretty numerous judging from, the number of  reverse decisions. Jn a 'mining  community claim jumping,is considered one of the most dishonorable of'offenccs, and itis. But mining men have to go to the Supreme  Court to find^that a practice which  an ordinary individual, "unlearned'  in judicial lore, regards as unmanly and contemptible, ��������� is clothed  with the dignity of daw and approval of, judges whom people are  supposed, to look up to as examples  of sterling integrity.        '.  Then ,',we had Justice, Martin  inaking remarks the-other day-at  the Supreme,' Court ,-"at Kelson  against a .reputable citizen. The  judge's remarks have created 'general indignation in 'the .public  mind, ,that���������,the Supreme Court/  should ,lie u?ed as a means, of insulting a' citi/.eiv who showed that  he, a fall'events, had the courage  of 'his conviction.' ��������� Mr. Jones  straightforwarillv told the court he  had conscrcntrous scruples  against  1     -   0j*  capital punishment. ��������� 'Men ^of  straightforward character, independence of thought,-ancl the candour lo express'it a're jiist.the inen  who should be on juries; but Judge  Martin told him he .'belonged lo a  clasS'pf people who-had "distorted  minds'." "Why,1 men like John'  Bright, and some', of the .brightest  intellects the world,has seen, have  had jusl'such'.idea*, and the  world,  C ,' - L - -  has been   better-"and  brighter  for  them.  ,  The judges  aie the paid  servants of,the people, and have no  light   loin'sult 'the public' iu d.h'at  way.       , ' ' i,  'Then in the "Poplar  case   .Judge  'Martin told llie" jury he   knew   all  about it, aiid charged them   to ci s-  miss it.  ' n.they did. not he said he  w,ould. . That 'is a' nice condition  of things,'when a judge comes into"  couit witli-liis mind -hiade up-vn a  a-  case; and that without hearing ihe  evidence afteciing the particular  charge. Tanghe was charged with  stealing ore,' ancl, may' have been  innocent1, but it was Uhc duty of  the grand jury and court, to allow  the facts to be placed before a common jury at all events.  Under such decisions .as the Supreme Court 'has been-giving us  lately no mining interest is safe  from blackmailing," and the court  thinks right what ninety-nine men  out of a hundred Ihink wrong. If  the courts arc to give us this sort  of law instead of justice the sooner  mining matters are taken out of  the hands of the courts and the  miners committee system of justice  reverted to the better.  The   decisions   ancl    remarks   of  judges referred to  arc   the strongest arguments that could  be  made  in  favor of continuance   of   trial  by jury, ancl they show* that  it  is  to the  jury-box  and , not   to   the  bench that   the  public  must  look  to for justice.    Justice   Duff is  of  course new at  his-duties "and   is  perhaps to be excused as feeling  a  little   fresh,   ancl   unseemly  anxious     to   exalt   his   dignity,   but  Judge Martin's  conduct  is   to   be  severely condemned, and it is urged  IMPERIAL BANE OP CANADA--  id, MJffltW,   Lii  TlOiidtOIIice*  lir,ri���������w. M���������,,it���������l,j,   0,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,  ^.,.w.,tt,, ,   ,,  C'riiiibiddl,. Golden,^?-.' ' i  and Vieiona. ��������� W,S  '        ' K    ���������  ^    ,        ,sf5  ..--lli.iiirlici in llie Ninlliwc-t 'JVirilorie-. Miinitobii. Ontario mid Quebec,  Tr" And   llie InllonniK jirmit-,m   lliin-h   Columbia:     "      '       -     -  ���������  .  f|    NoImiii, Kcval-tnkc. Trout Lal.e. V.incciuvei  !T. H. Jluil'l'i'i, President.' ,'' D. K. Wn liir, Vice 1'ie-iduit i.i ci Gciicinl Mnutiger.  l iK. Hai, A<-i;lnin^Genenil .M.iu.ieui.    W . iioi i \i. l'i iel In.-pectoi.     E_  Revelstoke Branch, B. C.���������A General Banking Business Transacted^  IS.ivnin.- Dcp.iitinent���������Depo-ils Rf-cennd nnd Intcrc-t Allm\cd.      ',  Ui.ift-. 5,(,ld .iMiilablu in all part- ol ( .ni.idli. L'niii'd Sl.ui1'ni il Europe.  Speciifl iillunliriii umcii Ki'collcction-. '/ .   ' A. K. I'Hii'i's, MiinuiiOi. !  V,  MCMAHON  \ ,        BLACKSMITHS   -  \y/   .WHEELWRIGHT  Has closed-xhis-old^shop on Douglas,tfSlreel ,and  removed-to'���������R.'Gordon's Block,,Second Street;  Revelstoke, where customers are requested to call.  ' 1  il  ,    t  t  '���������11  '������^^^V%^'V^k<^^%^%''%^^^%/%^%''V^^^^%>-  CORSETS  . '%^^^^^'%^^%^%,'V^^^%^'%^^^%^-  Have''a  wprld-wide  reputation   for,their"  Fit, Comfort', and' Durability., - -v-Th'ey -are'  sold' in'.all, parts of'the "globe and have  obtained the highest awards at all.lcadino"  exhibitions.     Ask to see the P. D. long  h'P style.;,    ',,'"-''        17   \   '       '     '  A   ?  -  '  <     7 '          f  A                                  ,                           I  ,  1 ���������     '.,,."       ,  .,-  fi  , -  c-  -   i*  r".  . ' "  ^  , .         I-.  WATEROUS ENGINE WORKS CO.  ",   o. y"   '   . .-    vl ''   ,      ' .   . i   . ��������� -  BrantforcL and Vancouver -    ,  ^_  Hand", iin.d .Ciiculiir Saw Mills,% Kiigjne-.. lioileiis. JSrick ;JMifehiiicry,  I'liineis, Clrindcra, (.1 rip I'ulley.-, Ciiholinu ,1'higine*-,, Trnctioii Engines,  Cciiti-ifiigiil Duplex J'iini[is.    For prices ii]i[ilv to  - * - HUGH ��������� B., GILMQUR,   o y *,  '���������",",���������,     <   '     " - vancoi;viV-!,'u c.  A Woman That is a  Good Cook  all the "time must use ,Ai Flour. This self-evident  truth explains why so many experienced' housekeepers  insist upon haying- OGILVIE'S, the quality of-which  is maintained at the highest standard of excellence.  Try  OGILVIE'S  "ROYAL HOUSEHOLD",  For BREAD,   .OAKES,' AND   P.ASTRY  in several quarters to bring his  abu?e of juror Jones under the notice of the departincnt'of justice at  Ottawa.  GIANT  POWDER  CO., CON.-  MANUKACTUKIiUS OF    ' -  Explosives for Mining*, Stumping* and Railroad Work  Dealers   in > I "use,   Detonators,   and    Electric   Blasting"  Apparatus.  FACTO It IKS:  Telegniph  IJiiy. Vancouvci- Nlnnd. ("limit, C.ilil'oriiin.  ���������ft <-''i|p, C'lilifiiriiin.  Clipper  hi- con-titu-rit- with  nnotbi-r   pro-! w'jrr ;"   ";:':'1   :'"   Lli'-���������   dlr"liotl   '������"  nnV from McBride that tl.e  C������>n-ti r,f-'hl "'"'  ^.'"T'    Th'!"  ,'     .                   i     -ii iii    ,.! Jli'-tK'i; Martin   lav  di,\\i,  Knoti-n.iv road will MirHv be dealt'  ,,,        ",        ��������� " ia1- if lie alotii' kri':*.v it.    (r i  with ric-cl fc? si on. ,    ��������� iii-eil In et.-UUH' (hat Jiid������e-   iIkii'i  i  1 use ~*~*>zmg^>  ',,*e  the  r< t'.n'i-  JIMOTflJ minim; laws.  'Ms /fMUJ?/  . '7-00       p       , /  Tin*   mining   inii*-.*  vince an- in   disgrace;  and   .-imply   propagator-   of  tiou. in which mon-rnonc-v i--iir-rit: The   Best   in   the   World '  ���������777Z:Mkh CROWN SOAP  liti^a-  The Supreme Court was recently  very ready to attack a Sandon  journalist for alleged contempt of  court, but wc venture to say that  nothing will more readily bring  the Supreme Court into con tempt  than the recent uncalled for attnck������ I in   the  direction   of   thone  of   the  than   in   development   of   mineral,  resource'-.     The  deci-ion of Judge ]  Martin   in    the   Tnnglie ' cane   ha-j  opened    the   door   to   all   -lorN of |  abuses, and uri.-cnipiiloiis mfri will  not be slow to u?r- that   deci-don a������  a   meiin.i   of   blackmailing    mine  operator-.     What is wanted i^ the  simplification of   the  mining   lawn  .Mail ii- 15 Finy.'il CrOivn .-'n.ip  VVrapjif-r.-', .-in'l in return v,<  will rmiil ,i beautiful J'ictiirc  "i/e ldx'2(), or lor '2~> Wrnpper-  your fihoic of over 100 book-,  Jirop u-< ;i post card Hiking  for u fiitiilogne of prerniiiifi-.  to be hud KKKK for Hoy.il  (Jrown .Soap W'rnpper.-i.  Addre-u  The Royal^Soap Co.,  Vancoiiver.^B. C. Limited.  46 /rutt s/'/l������s ff-/a>y /bid' ������uJiJLffV^4  -fau< s?rurts������ CtMteJe^L'  dxscrfv-to^ur-rv fi-/ -/Ilc/   (0-u(y W<?ihUs ^ JniJ /foes 0-tlc /LxJ^  ''Srftf, ������/U/ *nM/ XtuieJ'.  -' j THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  MANY HAPPY RETURNS OF THE DAY.  CREAM  , Trademarks  and Copyrights  obtained in all counLiies. ,  Baking rowd������r  IN USE THE MOST ECONOMICAL  Greater in leaveningstxength,  a spoonful raises more dough,  or goes farther.  *   >  Price Baking Powder Go.  CHICAGO, U.S.A.'  PATENTS  * t obtained in all co  ROWLAND BRITTAIN/  Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical Atlorney'aiid Engineer. ,  Room 3, Fairfield:Block, Gianwlle.-Uiiear P.O  VANCOUVER,   B.   C,  A-postcaid will secure an ei citing appoint  ment for tho-n^ ho cannot call miiing Mi->dny  DR. A. W. CHASE'S Oft  4 CATARRH CURE...Xyi  &=^  was j the'  special  This' wns the woik of T. II.  ,    -HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY, KING EDWARd'VII, ,  ��������� uho-c oflicial birthdiit i\as celebrated on Tuesday, last,' May 2Ilh  ALL NIGHT   -���������;...  SITTING.  ,Grand , Trunk  pacific  Passes  by Large Majority.'"  -'Ottawa, May 27.���������Aftei an all night  session the J louse ol* Commons at  5 30 this, moiiiins;, by a stiietp.uty  vote of TOfl too!) passed fhe final reading of the National,, Ti.mscontineiital  Giand Ti link P.ic-fic bill. '   -<"  CHURCHES.  MCTironisT.  On Sundiij moining Mr. Seft  held  ,  sen ice iU; the Methodist church when  - lie piencheib on   ?'Separation."     On  Sunday evening his   wife   spoke   and  Ecv.   Mi.   Hogl-eig,   the Indian mis-  sionery, uiged the   cause   of'mission  woik in India.      Subscriptions to the  extent of !i>-200 weie seemed  At the sen ice of song, given by th"  clioii, on Stii'd,.;.- evening a collection  will be taken up in aid of the choii  fund.  si i*Li'i:i:=*  About '20 membeii of the Sons of  .England at tended the chmch pni.iclc  to tri I'etcr's chinch on Suiula*. evening Jxev O A. Piocunicr pi cached  an excellent sermon appropriate to the  occasion, lefening to the beneficial  principles of the oider of the Sons of  England and its gieat advantages  , especially to joung men v,hocamc  lieie fiom the old country and-coukl  iind such an instilutionV to ghe them  a helping band. Tbe biotheihood  Fain; the nii.uoi.aI antliem 'at the con-  elusion of (he avivice and at the lodge  loom a lesolr.iion ' was put on iccoid  teudeiing Ihe henity thanks of the  oider to the Mini foi his discouise.  ' The s\ ncd oi diocc-e of Kootenay  vill meet at St. 1 elei's chinch beieon  .June 10th.  Tmnoiiow, Tnnity Sunday. Hev. 0.  A. 1'iuciiiiii'i- will celebiate Holy Uoni-  ii'.iinion at h and 11 a.in. at St. l'eters.  I'I.I.M.I 1 I lilA.V  Steps iiio being taken to organi--u  another l'ic.-byiciiiin congiegation in  HewIMoki*. biihsciiptions aie now  ln'ing Hceived fm- building a church  and iipplic.ilioii will be made to the  I'lc-bytery nf Kunilunps* foriunini-iter,  A nicelinn wa- held la-t night to ai'-  ningi' the puichase of a silo.'  Subjects for Sunday, May 20th.  Morning subject, " The Pin-jovcr;"  evening biibjrut, "The atoneiueiit."  SPORTS.  i  Baseball.  On TiiC'dii*- a lniitch was played between No. 2 llie brigade and the athletic club, ii'.-ulting in a win fur the  lattei by 21 to fi. Mc-ms Scott, Suusie,  Dulla*-., Kiiiipp, It, Macdonald, 0. R.  JMiiudoniild, Samson, Scott and lliock  rcpic-i'iited the liieincn and Messis  Jones, Miindui', Ki'iguson, Moil, Nigger, lTemy. Wiclgo, Caht  and   I'lilinei'  played, for the athletes.     B. A. Upper  was umpire. - . '  A meeting will be held at Columbia  athletic club rooms, Monday exening  at S o'clock, to consider the'organiya-  tion of a baseball club. This piclimin-  aty, meeting should be attended by  cveiyone inteicstcd in  baseball.  Lacrosse.'   L  ain-i.i.siOKi: heats kajilooi'siiyTio 0  ;?Ne\\ >Wcstiiiiiistoi played lvuslo on  Tuesday'iind defeated them by 4 to  3  in ac\\ell-eon������csteil game. -- ' <���������  On Tuesday'IC.i m loops" sent lts'team  to Km els-toko to do battle. Theie Mas  a huge attendance of biilookeis. ",The  game-pro\ed ,a clean sweep for the  homo team. Kamloops citlibr"'liaving  sent a pooi team or the^ visitois being  out of pia'cticc' Tbe lidmc^tcam woii  bv 7 to'nil. Jn addition to some niom-  ising new players they bad some.bf  the best men of tbcii old team*. ��������� Ed-  wauls. Lathiim, .Jamieson, Saunders,  Knight,-Hyatt and. JJaiber, played a  particularly good game foi Kevelstoke,  and Smith did excellent work for  Jvamloops., J). G. jMcKen/ie captained the home team and Hose the visitois.  The fallowing was the line-up.  KAMI.OOl'S ' '   "       ' RIlVllIATOKi;  Goal  Pinchbeck.'.. . / '.'. .Dunn  Point  Gro.itiix Hyatt  Cover Point  El worthy Bennic  lJefencc  McGuire Jainicson  ?McCounack ]. .Edw.ucls  McLean  Clarke  i Centre  Smith .'....   '....'. .Knight  Home '  Gray S.iundeis  Stanley... '   Biiibei  Nelson Wood  Outside J Ionic  Murray J.athain  Inside Home  Picketing     Aimstiong  Vield Captain  S. Rose ID. G. AlcICen/.itt  i   Referee���������E. Willing.  The Jtevelstoke boys arc now anxious for higher game.  Horse-Racing.  On Tuesday two horse-races 'ai  i-iingcil by \f Fleming took place on  Douglas stiect. One was for ponies  and the other for hacks. Tn the pony  nice en trie*) were by Jt. Caley, I*'.  Taylor, \V. J'*leining, A. Carlson and  'J'. ���������Skinner. . Fleming's won with  Ca ley's second.  Jn the hoise race R. Caley, E. Paget,  J. Maly, F. W. IJiown entered, Caley's  being iiist and Paget second.  A crack race meet is to be organised  for July 1st.  at much tiouble and expense "and no  efVort spa led, tbe pioceeds^to go to tbe  Jjitdies Talent (Society foi improvement to St. Peters,chinch and vicarage. ' The etloi tr was :i gieat <-uccess.  Tbe audience was'one of, the largest  seen in the cilyJ and was thoroughly  nppieci.itivo., The stiqng feature of  the performance  ^cenety  Dm.ne, to whose artistic tastes it was  ino-t"* creditable., and   ifad  eo."*iinied  ,    . , ."     .   (������������������      ,   '    .   ,   ,  .in amount ol Ins  tune  and , patience  for which he'could������not pos*nhly.be ie-  paid. ,   jSto aniateui  performance was  *   >    y    i i    .  ever graced with linei,'s'ceneij, while  the moonlight and .other oH'cctawoie  splendidly presented. ''    "  ,    Mi*s. Brown  played  the i star  character   of   the   piece,  Eily O'Connor,  The Colleen Bawn, v very  successfully"  and her  'singing   of   the ���������'Cruisk'een  Lawn" drew forth the plaudits of the  audience.  -Mrs. Wilks's interpretation  6f-the old Irish lady,  Sheelah  Ma'nn,  was one of the 'best   features, of   Uie  perfoimance.'.   Mrs. George, as Anne  Chute, took her part most  creditably,  and features of her, work   which   deserve special mention" were  her clear  enunciation  and   the  natural way in  which   she   tendered ' it.   . To   Mrs.  Dunne was-entilisted the'part of Mrs.  Cregan, and she did it, well.     W. -M.  Lawrence made himself  a  favorite as  Eather O'Brien the Irish   priest.   - T.  H. Dunne had a difficult part  in   the"  villain-of   the   play   but-handled it  faithfully. '   R. Sawyei's acting'of the  Myles, the Iiish boy, wasv clever  and  gencially admired.' aThe other charac-,  ters were taken'by*  ff.vA.   Chumberst  as" Hardress Cregan, F.  S.  Burke   as  Kyrle Daly:and E. B. Stringer as the  lawyer.     'The   latter   filled  bis pait  particularly well, and with better and  cleaier enunciation, more life and less  stiffness Messrs. Chiimbers'and Burke  would have left little to be desired.  Tbe costumery was first-class and  showed those who gave "-so much of  their time and attention'to tbe production of tbe piece were determined  to leave nothing undone to make it a  success spectacularly as well as orally.  The play was repeated to a good  bouse on tlie following night and the  proceeds will make a handsome addition to the funds of the Talent  Society besides having afforded an  excellent feature of the Victoria Day  celebiation in Revelstoke. Tbe  orchestra consisted ol Mes=is. Shearer  (piano), Tnyloi (cello), and Cormick  (liolm)  is seni direct to (ho diseased  parts b) lhe Impro-.cd Bloncr  Hcsls'lhe ulceis, clears the .ur  p.ibsajjos. stops droppings in Ilia  llnoai and pciman.im.ly cures  Catarrh and H.ivFevtr. Blo������er  hro All dealers or Dr. A W Chase  Medicine Co,'Toronto and Buffalo.  A. E.BOAK  lin-openednin the Cowan   Mlock,lhc  best makes of silveiw,iie",ind cutlery.  > :���������:���������        t     ���������'t  Agent for Raymond SewingMachines  ���������,    Piano-, and OrK.nis -old or exchanged      '  THIRD &TRi:i7l\    ������������������-       .:      Ri:Vi:i.bTOKE  E: B. EDDY'S  W. A. McDonald  r I'LASTEREE -fr JJJ.'JCJvLAVEJt  RFVELSTOKE    '  '   ������������������  .The only fbst-cla's-s plasterer in "town.  Let me know'youi .requirements.   A  Cnlo.td of Jvime ju-tinipoited   A Car-  , load of JJnck un'dci oider.   -  DON  MARRY, DOCTOR or de-  pan, "Don't do  n, thing"  till \on ^oo clnrlj what's  best bj aid of Flashlights  on Human Nature, on health, due.i'-e. lo\e,  ni.trii.iye and paront.iKe Tells what \on'd n-k  a doctor, butdon't liLcto 2IOpago-, illustrated, 2)cent������: but Ho lntiodttce it wc -end ono  onh to-'anv adult for,postage. 10 cents. M.  HILL PUB. CO., 129 East 28th Street, New  York.    ,, - , (  "KING   EDWARD" 1000s.  '     "IIJSADJjIGIIT," 500-i.  '      '���������  ,     ,','E.vGLB." 100s and 2(XK     -  -���������'VICTORIA,"     ���������  ,-' '   '  "LITTLE COMET."  FOR  SALE!   EVERYWHERE.  ,    Are the best that'"can* be bought.  Don't experiment' with other and- inferior brands'.  Tenders fop a License to Cut Timber  on Dominion Lands in the Pro-     '  ^ vinee of British Columbia  C BALED TENDI1RS addrowod to'the Timber  0 , and ' Mine-, llr.mcli, Dopartnionl ot the  Interior, and marled on the onvolopo '" Tendci  foi Timber, Berth 'No. 390," w:ll boiecoiied.it  tins Department until noon on Wednesday, the  22nd daj of, Juno. 1904, for a license'to cut  titnnoi on Beitli No .ISO, comprising Sections  10,37. IS, 10. 20 and 21, Township 21, Hungo !>,  and Sections 1, 2, 11, 12 qitdWJ, Township 21,  Range 1(1, 1\estof the bill Meridian: containing  an area of eleven square milcs.'more or loss  Tho regulations under which a license will be  'l-raiiod, also printed form of tender and envelope  mnj be obtained at thw Dopartmont or at the'  ollice of tlie Crown Timber \gent at Now* -\Vest-  muiiiter, 13 (J. , ,  Each tender must bo accompanied by an  accepted cheque on a chartered bank in faioui  of the Deputy of the Minister of tho Interior,  for the'amount of the bonus which tho appli.  cant is prepared to pay foi a license ,.  No tender bj telegraph will bo entertained.    4  ..*. v      ." PERLEl" G. KHYES,  ,    .       '���������       ������������������'   ���������   "- .       -,v       ������   Secretary'  Department of tho Interior.  ,\    V     Ottawa, May 13th, 1901.  NOTICE.  Dizzy Headaches Are Caured  Nine times out of ten by constipation but can be ct'ned quickly by Or.  Hamilton's Pill of Mandiake and  Butternut. For constipated headache  and h\ci* complaint use only JJr.  Hamilton's Tills"    Trice 25c.  l\TOTICE,IS HEREBY GIVEAT'tlint GO days  1,1 after date I intend to apply to the Clnel  Coinmiimoncr of Lands and Works for permission to purchase SO aero-, of land situated  about 2J- miles south-east of the ullage of  Anow'liead on the shore of Upper Auow* Lako,  commencing at a post marked Aichibald  McMillan's North east Corner Post, thence  south 20 chains: thente west 10 chains; thence  north to shotoltnc; thence along shoie line to  point of commencement.  '    Dated 2(illi Kebruiuy. 1901.  AKC1IIHAL15 McMILLAN.  tn* '       v ,ii, , <-  <$!?(& ($ rifr fifr* efr rfr r!fr rifr rfr ffr fti t& rif1 dHr rfr fit- rifrnt rt Hfr nt ctVfr ������^������'fr''f^'f#'(B*  '  --       ,-y-v���������  ���������  ���������  ���������   ���������   ���������  ���������   ���������   ���������  ���������  ���������   ���������   ���������   *5r*=**=r*=-   ���������   ���������  -=������������������=*   ���������  ���������   ���������,  isw ,        -...<.. ^    ..,.,,.._..->,. . ,f"5���������������-���������  I' HOTEL; LARDEAU  ;f;  iy      , -= COMAPLIX ====== \f, y  tfa The"Best House in Town. - Well Furnished '- Good Table, #$ 1  fn 7 Best 'Brands of-WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock. fl .jjj ..''  f,-    ','7    W. HAMILTON,'Proprietor.'. ; v   7������:f,  t^t^t^t^t^t^t^(^<^t^t^(^^<^(^^(^t^t$^(^(^t^^t^^t^<^? f$������������$?  Hotel,  S. S.   "Archer"  TABLE  or S. S.  " Lirlifi  '  ^REVELSTOKE, B. C:  ������     .        ...     ABRAHAMSON    BROS., ..'PROPRIETORS.   ,.      ,.  . "  Newly   built.j   aFirbt-class in every respect.      All modern conveniences.  ,   ' - .   ' Large Sample Rooms.  , Rates $1.50 per Day,      _ Special Weekly .Rates.,  Queen's Hotel, Trout  Lake, ..under same  management.  Running between Arrowhead, Thomson*  Landing and Coniaplix*, coininencing Oct. 11th,  1901. ������ill t,ail as tollowa (weather peiiutttiiiB):  heave Anowhcad for Thomson's Landing  and l'oin.ipli\ twicedailj-at 10k. and 15k.  Leave Comaplix and Thomson's Landing for  Auow head twice daily al 7.15k. and l'2.45k.  Making close connections with all C. P. It.  tram-, and boats.  The owners reson e the right to change times  of Niilings ivithout notice.  THE KRED.ROBINSON LUMI3ER CO. LTD  F. ROIUNSON,  c Managing Duector.  LE R0I MINE.  Manager Resigns and Bad Reports.  S. I*'. Parish has icsigncd the managership of ihe be Rot mine, and unfavorable lepoi Is about the condition  of the pioneity continue to circulate.  Mr. Parish le-igned nn May 13th, but  I he mntter has been kept n secict to  date. lb is stated 50,000 tons of ore  <-toied ut the smelter and supposed to  imi!iil2(i ton, have he*n resampled  nnd found to average only $J a ton.  v      H   B  MACHINIST'  STONEX,  AND  GUNSMITH  Opposite Ccntial Holcl, Revelstoke.  Jj.'ithe nnd   Gi-nenil Mnchine Work  Promptly   JSxt-Liit-'tl.  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  i *  ably furnished with  the choicest the market  affords.       Best' Wines,  Liquors, & Cigars. ��������� '  Rates $r a day.    Monthly rate.  CT.     'ALBERT      STOZDTZEl      JPttOJEr  Just, Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  /��������� QUEEN'S'HOTEL  /  Rooms in Suites with' Baths and 'Toilets attached, Jloiving Hot  ai/d^ Cold Water, Inside Toilets on each floor, Gas Lighted ancc  Steal// Heated Throi/<ilio/tt.  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,  GOLDOiVB. C.  Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese  and Japanese'goods.  The best assortment ever  landed in Revelstoke of  useful     and     ornamental  articles:  Tea services  Plate-,  llasketh  ("lino Chairs  llandk-ei chiefs  Flo wor Potfi  Uinhielhi StandH  Lunch lliiHkolH  Smoking JuckclH  Silk Uouil������.  GOLD FrSlI  Finest stock of candlOH and fruit, in town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  COMAPLIX  CHIEFp-OUNG-,      - ;     -       -      Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Travellers to 'Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation*  at this Hotel.  Camborne Hotel  COLLEEN BAWN.  Performance Given By Local  Amateurs.  Kor some weeks prepaiations lnue  been going on for a pioduction of The  Colleen Uiiwn, by local talent. Special  sccneiy was prepared for the  occasion  IftZZZsT    ������iINlNG  NOW IN ITS 39lh YEAR  Tlie leading mining periodical of tlie  world, with the stroncest editon.il st.ifl* of  nnj tcchnii_.il publiL itton.  Subscription   $5.00   a   jeir   (including  U. S , C.iiKtdi in, Mexican posMKc.)  Sample copy free. Send for Iiook Catalogue.  Tue Engineering and Mining Journal  261 Broadway, New York  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of paioels, baggage,  etc., to any part of the City.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  All orders left at R. M. Sniytho's  Tobacco Store, or by Telephone, No. 7  will receive prompt attention.  IJAVIi  The best Dollar a Day Ilon.vc  in I lie town.  OKK, Pi'opi'ii'lnr, /  J5i-st  Ur.uitK of Willi'!-,  n ml Oij-iii'f..  Spit-its  P.  S & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   o   Meat Merchants  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage: j  "^^sss^Calgary, Alberta- ^.u. -kl    11*--  1B^.i rf,^.*<iAi^\ ���������w1,j*> <'-������fJ*������r ���������yutf't'������,������*'  THE KOOTENAI :MAIL.  f  -  ENDERBY  SPORTS.  ���������   Celebration of Victoria Day.  The celebration at Enderby on tbe  '24th of May was a , decided success  ifrom every "point of- view. The  weather was all that could be desired���������  a bright sunny day with a nice cool  breeze blowing���������a large ' and , happy  ' crowd, about" 1000, and a good programme of athletic sports, horse races,  ���������etc. The piojiamme was carried out  ns follows : ���������  WATER SI'OKTS., ~  Leg rolling���������Jst, .|5.00, T. Lcn; 2nd,  $2.00, ��������� Jlickox. ,     ,  ���������    'Loir Boiling���������1st,   $10.00.   T. .Lea;  ������2nd,.$5.00,���������Jlickox.        , r    ���������  ,Indian Canoe Race���������1st, .$5.00, Alex,  and crew; 2nd, $2.00, Johnic and  crew. , i  ( ' White Man's,Canoe Race���������1st, $5.00,  T. franklin and crew'; 2nd, $2.00, E.  A. Chappell and crew.    ��������� <*  Tug "of War (4 paddles ' in "each  canoe)���������1st, $6.00. Johnie and crew;  2nd, $:-) 00, Alex and crew. -  '  ]!ASi:HAl.L.  Final game in baseball tournament  ol 1903 for. Championship t Cup���������Vernon vs., Armstrong.' Tbe game' resulted isi"-a victory , fur tbe Vernon  'team, the'score being 22-18.  . ,_The teams were :  ,���������  Vernon ,  Catcher  Pitcher.-  1st Base  2nd Base  3id.J3nso  S. S.   c  A, Cochrane  E.Jackson  M. Cochiane  * Jf. McQueen  W   OttCMlS     -  ���������O. J. Vail  ���������C. Jin bee   >  Bell -  ' J, McConnell  C?F.  Armstrong  S. Holtby  .   Ferguson  E. Watson  F/Jiickson  Wolfenclen  F. Bird  L. Fair  W. Smith  , G. Smith  JI. F.     ���������  ���������, -,       other sroiiTS.  '    100 yd. Mens Bace���������1st,   $5.00,'M.  ���������Cochrane; 2nd, $2.00, H. Swan.  "  \ Mile Men's  Bace���������1st,   $5.00,   H.  ��������� 'iS. Baquell'; 2nd, $200, M. Cochrane.'  3-Leggcd Bace���������1st, $5.00, Mathews  .and Mack; 2nd,,$2.00, Jones and Hop-  .kins. ,  Boys Ba'ce under 15���������1st, $300, W.  Swan; 2nil, $2.00, D. Graham?'      '���������  - Boys Bace under 10��������� 1st,  $2.00,   S.  Parkinson; 2nd, $1.00,'"Alex. Crawford.  'Girls Bace under 15���������1st,'���������$3.00,  'Annie idinton; 2nd, $2.00." Ruth Hill.,  .Girls Bjvc'e under 10���������1st, $2.00,May  (Johnson; 2nd, $1.00,,Katie Jones.,,     (_  Hop, Step and Jump���������lst,"$4.00, M.  - Cochrane 34-7;  2nd, $2.00,   W.   Mack  34-6. ;  Bunning Broad  Jnnip���������1st,  $4.00,  "M.   Cochrane   19-7;     2nd,'.$2 00,   C.  ' Mabee 16-1.  >      Putting the  Shot���������1st,  $4.00,  Jas.  Bell; 2nd, $2.00,'Geo. Bell.  Throwing the Hammer���������1st, $4.00.  Jas. Bell 74-6; 2nd, '$2.00. Geo. Bell  74-4.     '    '  Catching Greasy Pig���������1st, P. Clem-  itson; 2nd, Angus McLennan.  1 iiousr: UACiNG.  Walk, Trot and Bun���������1st, 'ifo.OO.  Alex; 2nd, $2.00, Marchell.  Slow Bace���������1st, $5.00, Tommy; 2nd,  $2.00, George.  White Boys (owners up)���������1st, $5.00,  T. French; 2nd $3.00   Half Milp Dash���������1st, $5.00. Ant-  oine; 2nd, $3.00   FOOTBALL.  'At 7 p. m. a football match was  played between Manitobans and tbe  old Enderby team. ^ The game was a  good one and resulted in the scrre  fctai-.ding 1-1.  A dance was held in tbe evening at  tbe town ball at which ,t large number of the visitors unci town people I  "tripped the light fantastic toe" till  the **wee sma hours'' ot tbe morning,  thus concluding one of the best and  orderly celebrations ever held in  Jinderby.  -very much quiter summer than we  expected on account of the litigation  over the best claims. Outside parties  are afraidto invest in B. C. mines for  fear cf buying a lawsuit, as* they can  proem e that nearer home. All the  miners here are in favor of disputes  over un-crown-granted claims being  referred to the Gold Commissioner,  whose decisions should be subject t'o  review by 'the Minister of Mines  whose decision should be final, as with  respect to pre-emptions. A change  in tbe mining'act, of this " kind will  restore confidence. Outside investors  now complain that their money has  to be wasted in litigation with claim  jumpeis instead of development''work  so that a change is needed.  - The residents of Camborne joined  those of Beaton and celebrated the  24th. Two ' base ' ball nines were  selected, one to represent Benton and  the other Camborne, although there  were Camborne players in each team.  A well contested game, was played in,  Geo. Lux's pasture which resulted in  favor of Beaton 17 to 11.  After the games a foot race for $150  a side was run by If. Anderson, of  Beaton, and Jno. 'Campbcl], , of Camborne, for the championship of the  Lardeau, 'which was "won by Jno.  Campbell. There was also a race for  a keg of beer which created consider-,  able amusement:, J. Porter 1st,,A.  Evans' 2riclj and H. Jones 3rd.  '    May 25th.  ar"rowhead.  1   ,    *   ' .    ' o       -  ' From our own Correspondent.  Mr..Livingston expects Mrs Livingston back from Manitoba -the end of  this week.   '  "An   Eye   On' Hubby "' theatrical  ... .   . ,       . ...^ .  Sound ; ' A. W. Boss, Vancouver ;  J. C. Carruthers, Nelson ; F. Snapp,  Mrs. N. 'S. Snapp, Seattle; Mrs. A.  McLennan and Miss Graham, Slocan.  The following,.were, among those  who registered at the Lake-view Hotel  during the week :���������.J. A. Fr-.iser, Du-  luth ; W. Quinn, Vancouver ; Geo.  Robertson, Winnipeg ; A. B. Emery,  Rossland ;' H. R. Giillith's and W.  Grifliths,-, England ; T. F. Knowcll,  Andovcr. N. B. ; F. R. Bickard, Trout  Lake; F. Gibson, Golden; IT. E.  Buchanan, agent for "An Eye on  IJubbyCo."  So far as any spiritual instruction,  is concerned Arrowhead may be considered as now in a, state of darkness.  It is over a month,since a minister  of any denomination was here, but wo  understand the Prcsbytoiian minister  to be stationed, here will begin/his  ministration" next' Sunday, and. the  Sunday'f-chool will be reopened. Wo  trust this is so as the children will be  no worse for an hour oi two of religious ministration from an accepted  minister of the gospel iii - addition, to  that whiuh they receive in their own  homes.   , ' .''-,'���������',���������  ENDERBY.  company will give the above mentioned farce and another equally amusing  entitled " Who is Who, " in the hall  on the evenings of Monday and Tuesday next. ' Both' these plays arc'-iii-  tcnsly amusing and will be well worth  attending.   '  ���������  The Ice Cream  social 'held   by   the  ladies aid societv of  the   Presbvteiian  i * , -  church, in aid of.the building fund on  "Victoria day, May 24th, was' a giand  success; due'in a great measure to the  untiring efforts of Mcsdanes ���������McKcchnie, W.' G. Ludgiite, Barker, 'Kirk jr..'  Kennedy and Gibson  assisted   by   the  Misses-Kennedy and Miss Bailee.  i       * . t  'The ball was patronized during the  afternoon by the 'cbilchen chiefly, the  evening being the time of  the   giown  tips, and   they  ui rived   in    full   loicc.  Gaines of all soits weie   enjoyed,'with  occasional   adjournment!-,    to   the   ic-  freshmerit   tables   where   the  cooling  icecream and tasty cake   prep.iietl by  the   ladies'   were   indulged    in.    The  credit balance of  the   building   fund  was considerably increased!  The following are some of the guests  who  registered1" at' the   Union   Hotel  during the past week    G  A.< Wyman.  A.   McRae.   Misses   Buck,   C.   Smith,  W. Swan Revelstoke: It.   cinipsi-n. I)  McBain Comaplix :   E.  Haines. Parry  ��������� ' ,i From Our Own t.'oi rcpondent. ,  J. S. Gordon B. A., inspector of public schools, has been spending a few  days'in town accompanied, by'Mrs.  Gordon. Mr: Gordon is on one of, ;his  semi-annual oflicial trips; and among  the candidates whom-he has on this  occasion been examining.for entrance  to the high school , are Miss1 Lizzie  Pringle ami'Sidney Parkinson of Hul-  car, nnd Miss Katie (.'Graham and  .lames Croziei ofTleasant Valley. Mr.  (loidon left on Monday morning, for  Salmon "Ann. Wc understand" it Ms  his intention to"take ,in Nicola, .Ash-  croft, Lillooet 'and , Jvamloops vbcf.orc  returning home. ' ' '     ��������� '        '  ���������Mrs Broderick, of  Vancouver, came  1 * " ���������        4-   ���������  in a few days ago on a visit to her son  Mr. A. M. Bioderick, ;i\ho has., lately  opened up a drug store iii this 'place.  If dame rumor's .assertions amount  to anything, one of our aspiring young  property owners will probably be. furnishing us with material for an item,  befoie very long.,- Coming events'cast,  their shadows before. < * -������������������'  SELKIRK LODGE. NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets ovcry Tuesday  Selkirk  evening  Hull ��������� at  ifi. K. ADA1U, N.G.  n  ���������   !)"���������-o'clock,  visiting brethren cordially, invitodr'to .attend.'"     ������v,   I-,-.,-t  -    J.'llATHIE. Sec  Kootenay Lodg-e  NoVlS A.F.'& A.M'  The l cgulnr meetings  arc held In the' Masonic ,'feniplo, Odd-  Fcllou'R Hall, on the  thud-Monday in  each month at, 8 p.m.'  Vibiting brethren  coidially t -welcomed.  C. A. PKOCUNlBIt, Secketaky.  To Trappers  ' I i  Raw" Furs Boughi,  bash Prices Paia  F.    B.    WELLS,  Exporter of Purs.  4������  Don't Negleet ���������  f *      * i  Spring Weariness  J Which is Nature's Warning 'That,'There Is Something'  % ,     'Wrong With Your Health."   Don't Oppose,   ;  t ->.' ���������        but Assist Nature     ���������  ���������     '' >  ���������'  *>������.  *������  Build Up, Get Strong, Nourish the Blood;;  *',        , *'' i'' ���������"     '        *  >,.'���������'.' Tone tie System. .:'" '���������:?  THE FOOD TQNicl  Best Milk .hr Town  , I want more customers for milk.  * "Resident!) in Ward fl preferred for  ,   convenience'of delivery. -.  The Cleanest Dairy in the City  The  Govcrnnicnf'lnspcctor, also  , ,i   certifies I have-the liche'st milk  ',   in the'eifcy.', ��������� .������������������    ���������      .     .    ������������������'. ���������  ^irRABbTjCHEsir^J  Douglas Street, i  -,     ,:   , Kevelstoke.  THIS-IS NOT EGOTISM., i  Wc lVelieve \vr ' k'now' our bii'siiiess.  Our' lni<.mfJe������'i-t'lr>'hf-Jp von flo.your  Iiiisilli-S������.,   W������>   oiitiplv  ii|i-rn.rl,ili', l������ll-i-  .. .,    -   -.' .,...!*     ' . ......  Ill'li-" '  III".*!!!"  .111(1   ' "lllt'lllnil  ���������.iving'dcvii'-Hs .md Ik'iw'kViish,Uit-in.  TBXGWELL LOOSrC-LIiAF  LKDGKR.  .   -,       i       t ,.-     -i1*., -|- , ',,;i',  Loose Leaf File-- nnd, L-'dgi'is, with  lilitiKs specially niled; |ii-iiitPrl,1'j*i(M,f6r.'  atfil'inul piuirlifd.. to suit any style'of  binder.   '    ,    . '        . '  jlA' Restpnatiye,   Vitalizer   and Ideal  .*       ���������. > f   -  -,^ i,- ,    -..._ _-, _ r, . . <<,     ,i.,_,  p   i' ���������    /-      *,'"' "'  7 ���������''.-'      ',-   >, y.       ���������'' ' ���������   -'  J Spw'rig Mediciner{ "'-':  fA������ i.  ���������      i      <       ' - '"'.-' ������������������        '\  -,-  '    _, From the earliest time it has, been universally acknowledged that,'  the transitory  period between Winter arid Spring is the sued time of  JL>'disease.,'   '   '7,      ' ,,"',',', ' "  e^a     y  W(J"exercise less, probably bathe less, in- Winter tlian-in Stinimer,,  w*;and, besides, we cover the body with woollens and furs, thus preyent-  eU*1 ing tlie elimination of'unisons I hi-ouc-li tho pores of the'skin.       ^      ' '  JL      ,.     *    - "A :���������     -,-,.,;,    /.-. -     -       .,     ������������������    ,".i       '   , -   .    ' '\  S     ,     llei-eyou have tlie'cause"of your tiredness. ��������� The'ditler-entfunctions ,  IT of the body have nob.hcPiracLive.    ' ' ' '   ,   ,'  .4> ' '     "    *7"  -"        .*'->(..���������, ,  -     p  ^D     .   As a con-fiiiiunco  the  blood ris  loaded'with, poisons���������the whole *J  tki system is contaminated With  unhealthy matter. -The. blood is so poor'-,  e|������ and thin tliat it cannot, possibly'noiuish the different organs, and)yoiit*  <^D 'lack of stri'ii'g'th is a-direct warning of trouble ahead. ,P    ,,        n' " .'  ^   ', -,It is imperative  that,'you,-build  up ns^quickly'as possible.  "Ynu ,������|������  ^r inustjiicieasc your- blood supply and make it rich aiid red. ,   p,     '       , ������|������  ,<- , J The only way this can'be done' is'by using Ferrozdne, which is ^sf  *& acknowU-dgi-d to be the inost, eflici^iit'Spriug medicine ever'coin- k|������  ^(.pounded. - , . * .   -, , r t $&  You Have Indigestion.     -  And conclude  of course   that   the  stomach is at fault.  So it is, but there  ��������� ' j,i       -        ,^~   ���������  is a cause away back of  the  stomach  that mustjje reached before the stomach can be made do its work. The  cause Kneive disturbance or'-nerve  debility, r. Khst get the nerves in  shape and then the stomach will be  light also. Ken-ozone lias acomplisb-  ed this for thousands of people whose  digestion was completely gone. Fer-  ro/.one is food for the nerves and  works wonders in stomach trouble.  Wheie".digestion, appetite and assimilation are faulty just try J^errozone.  It cures thoioughly. Price 50c. at  druggists.  TEN'GWELL TItANSFUH FrLE.,       ,  Kootenay, Mail Publishing-Co.'Limited  REVELSTOKE, 13. C.  - .jll  LUMBERING.  The new in'ill built by t!u A:*, ,wh -i-I I, imi*u,* C i it.iuiv will start operations shortiy. \Y. H. Heatiy. tbe maii.-i^cr,.is unc nf the best known lumbermen in tbe oa.-t. -.\here be r-" icg.iidtd n- a tii-.t-cl.i-s mill iiinnager. Jlr.  Beatty forni'-rly   rcpre-enit-d   Parry   .-'.mnd   in   pailiament as ,in independent  NO BETTEB BREAD  1 j , ^  In town than that mail***  at   Smith's   Bakery, ancl  Cakes of Every .Kind ���������  Agents for the C'ih-bi-<ited  MONSOON TEAS.'  "  The marvelous  purifying" and   tonic  properties of Ferrozone are. ������$������;  quickly felt, because the blood is at once supplied with the elements it,*$������"  I'needs to become  rich  and  red.'  It is'ironized,   vitalized, and rapidly  ������������������.  1 -brought to its nor mal'strength". ',,     *   . - ,  .   -. ', , .     -������������>,-  . '������������������ The "very best ingredients for toning up the system are contained "jh  , in Fei-t-ozbne, mid if you use it you arc sure to get back your old-time ijf  , strength and spirits.      > ' ,  .   ' '        , " *s*  If-you siilfei- from' debility, insomnia, ifer-vousness, loss of appetite ������fo  or any-of the symptoms of disordered  blood,   nothing  will so rapidly J������  tone you up as this great food tonic, Ferrozone.    Its record of success- ������������������  ful cures, its recommendation by the  public, by druggists and doctors, ������!������',.  commends it to every thinking person. ' j������  You need Feirozone  to  make you  well..   Why not get it to-day? *������*-  Sold by all druggists;  price,50c  per  box, or six  boxes foi"$2.50., By *T*,  mail, postpaid, to any address, if price Is forwarded to N.'o. Poison & *r  Co'., Kingston, Ont., or Hartford, Conn., U. S. A. , ' ������f������  M.A.8MITH&C0.,  McFvenzit1 AveiuH% Ri-velslnke.  "^S^i#^6--'  p.-p}VZr}-- "3W  BEATON.  From Our Oun '-orrcc^intlont  We bad a nice shower of rain Monday which did tbe gnrdcni.igrcat  deal of good.  The gardens are nearly all planted  and are looking well. Three or four  new ones have been cleared up and  cultivated this spring.  The Gold Commissioner paid us a  visit Inst week and inspected the  roads to Camborne nnd Trout Lake.  Thos. Graham is working near Camborne with a small gang.  Kred. Porter has bought .fos.  Mailloux's lota and has commenced  the erection of a new house. Albert  Caion and Ed. Ilillman have each  purchased four lots and are to build  during the summer.  We fear now   that   we   will have a  Hamilton Powder Co.  ���������    '    MANUFACTURERS^OF        , _��������� , - (  HIGH EXPLOSIVES  J.  Guy Barber | Blasting, Mining, Stumping and Sporting' Powders  JEWELRY  DIAMONDS  WATCHES  and a  complete line  of the  GENUINE  W   K   RKVTTY  .Mnn.im-r <>f tlw Arr<-wlir>ii<l  LnmtiT ( nmiiany  1847  Rogers Bros."  Knives, Porks,  Spoons, etc.  refnlly etnmlti������l md  "llcil lo tliclieiit gnilt  Dealers in Electric Blasting Apparatus, Safety Kuso/Dotonators, etc.  ,   Ordcrs"filled^promptly and carefully.  Sole Manufacturers of Nobel's Gelignite.  pulrlng,  cRo  member, and was so highly cstfcmed by hi* con-itihien^-y tb.it be gained  strength-iteiidily, and it \mi-a mutter of geneial regiet when be .iiinonrii ed  his retirement from public life. Canada would be U-tler off if il Iind more  men of Mr. Bcntty's itnmp in control of ils public air.nr-*. Mr. Dentty i^ ,,|u0  heavily interested in the Okiiniigiin Lumber Compnriy'-i bti-tiness. of which h>s  is one of the directors.  BLANK FORMS   Kflll  _ i  Mining & Legal Purposes  Transfers, Options, Powers  of Attorney, Statutory Declarations, Proxies, etc., can  be obtained at the  "Here's Health"  There is health and strength  in every draught of  /ffiHk  IP  j.t contains in the   smallest  ossible bulk all the strengthening  and stimulating properties of the  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.  g   finest  mat  <3  ���������?  <3  Warming���������Nourishing���������Stimulating.  9  ..Kootenay Mail Office..) iigA^A^AO*^*^*^* ' THE KOOTENlX MAIL  BOILERS  AND  ENGINES.  Saw Mill Machinery,*', , ''  Wood Working Machinery .  Machinery for all purposes  All of very best makes.'  1      j      '.  Write -     '  : J. L. NEILSON & CO., ;  602 Main St., Winnipeg,''  .;OCEAN- STEAMSHIPS  '    - Royal Mail Linos.  Cheapest Route to tho Old Country,  ,     ' ALLAN LINE.,    ,       ,  From St. .lolin, Halifax, Portland, New York. ,  ���������  -.���������,  Pretonuii        ,,        Vnh K   In placo, may locate a claim 1500x1500 feet  Synopsis of Regulations, for Disposuljof  Mlnorals on Dominion Lands in Manl-  ,   tolm. tho Northwest Territories and  tho Yukon Torritopy. ' >  Coal.���������Coal lands may be purchased at  HO per acie for soft coal and 520 for an  thraclte.    Not more than  320 i  'be 'acquired  by one  individual  pany.    Royalty at the rate  per ton of 2,000 pounds shall  on the gross output.  , Quaitz.���������Persons of eighteen  over nnd,Joint stock companl  free miner's ceitillcates may  for a mlnlnc location.  A frco miner's certificate is granted for  ono'or mole years, not exceeding live, upon payment In advance of $7.60 per an-,  num for nn Individual, nnd fiom $30 to  $100 per annum for a company, accordlnu  to capital. ��������� ���������  A free minor having discovered mineral  ofaVh������n\���������t.������n ^������ years trom ^e date-  or tne lease, and one dredge for each'  Ave miles within six years from such  date. Rental, $100 per mile for the iirst  jear, and $10 per mile fori each subsequent year. Royalty, same as placer min-  Placcr Mining in the Yukon Territory.'  -Creek, river .gulch and hill claims shall  not exceed 2o0 feet in length, measured  on the base line or general direction of  tlie creek or, gulch, the'width being from  1,000 to 2,000 ,feet. AU other placer claims  shall be 250 feet square..      p   ���������  Clahns are marked byt two legal posts  one at each end, bearing notices. /Entry  must be obtained within ten days.Uf the  claim'Is within  ten  miles of mining re-  nnii;lni    ������s      nm������n /"������.. _        ������_._ ��������� ..������ .  DOMINION  PARLIAMENT.  Grand Trunk Management ln-  "      vestigated.'   /  ,-Ottawa, May ill��������� Hon. ClifVoid Sif-  coarde, s o^n7SLme^k������^T^iBo^ It0" in 1C^' ������������^r. C.sgi.tin, said  007  for.each additional ten miles or fraction,   ucies of land bad he'en  in freight traflic arrangements on the  Hotel, Sicamous; Brown's ' Store, Sal-  | Canadian,Iacrlic  Itarlway,  Kootenay, mon Arm; Post Oflice,  Grillin  Lake- '  common points other   than the towns  Post   Office,  Criiigellachie;  Jackson's  of kelson 'and   Kossland   are  to  be  Store, Quilchena; Post'OIlice, Douglas  eliminated  in   so   far a,   tmnsconti-   Lake; Town H������ll, Glenemma,   W   R   '  ncntal  traffic  is  concerned.    By,, the  McDonald's House, Stump Lake  newiuling  it will   be  impossible for      It is understood that Mr.  Stoddarc  tianscontmental   height   to   be   .un   who formerly represented Lillooet, will' ,  into Kootenay points other than Ncl-  run in the bye-election, and that   Mr-'  son .iiniL Jtossland .at, common-point1 Donald,*   the   present . member  rates. -For instance, freight defined  again be a citndiuute'.     The  delay-'   - "  J^iurciitiiin  Ionian . ...  Sicilian ...  Jin vnrinn..  ��������� /'��������� Mar. 5  -,  ' DOMINION LINE-froiii 1'oitlnnd.  Canndii  : i.-. Fob. 0  llomiiiion..���������     Fob. 27  Canada     Mar. 12  CAN. PAC. ATLANTIC S. S.-From St. John"  Lake Manitoba ..".   ;. ./.Kob ,C     '.'. Vob.'20      Mar.o  1VHITK STAR LINE-From New York.  Wiycstic... '. .-?*..?: . Kub. 0  ���������-, Feb. 17  ������������������ ������������������ Fcb.'U  ��������� ���������������������������'' Feb. 23    : .    ..L.     Mar. 7  , , CUNARD LINK-Krom NcW���������York.'      '  Etrurin '...<-. ..r Keb  Umbn.i,    .    . .-. ,P ..7:.. y7'.7 .Keb.Ll  Ivernia        Keb "o  Campania..,..'        '. ..'.       ' Feb ���������"  Ntruria.. :. ...'   ..  ..'    MarTJ  Passengers tickeled through to all parts of  Great Britain and Ireland, nnd at specially low  rate-; to all parts of the European continent.  Apply to nearest railway or steamship agent or  Lake Clinnipliiin,  LaleKrie   .   '. ..  Oceanic  I'ollio..  .  Codrio . *...  Majestic...  "Fob'is   by ""king out the same with two legal  Feb'"'   P������sts,   beaiing  location  notices,   one  at  Feb.27   eacl* c"a on tl10 "ne of the lode or'vein.  Tlie claim shall be recoided within fifteen days if located within ten miles of a  mining lecoidei's  ollice,   one  additional  day   allowed   for   eveiy   additional   ten  miles or fraction.   The fee for'recording  a claim is $5. .  At lenst $100" must be rexpended on the  clnim each year or paid to the mining recorder in lieu theieof. When $500 has been  expended or paid, the locator may,,upon'  having a survey made, and upon comply  ing  with   other   iequipments,   purchase" i!^������^ publishing notices iri the Yukon  the land at St.OO an aeie. ,       - i Olflcial Gazette.  Peimissioa may be gianted by the Min- I ,    et,roIe!"n,��������� A" unappiopriated''Domin  o?^-Vd^������^^^^ ���������>Cs,or   ol   Toion.o' had  Xry^V,2.���������P#d.M^ <������   '"'^liga.e ,thc  moie than one mining claim on each scp.   Cl nil yes   against     the , Gland ''rrunk  erate river, creek pr gulch, but the same \ v.,���������,i:���������    ,r        ' i     ���������  miner may hold  any  number'of claims "c   ol.einpliiying  .Americans     in  &Uro������lZ t "^uSfJ ,7 SS CW,1,ectiu"'^'J' ���������������'������ MirveyCol tlie  notice and paying fee of $2. <A claim may hue, in violation of the Alien Labor  be abandoned, and another obtained on    .   ',    , ��������� laiuoi  the same creels, gulch or rivei, by giving ' '       '  '  notice and paying, a fee.  Woik must'be done on n .claim each  year to the value of at least $200.-  A certificate that woik hns been done  must be obtained each year; If not, the  claim shall be deemed to be abandoned,  and open to occupation and entry by a  ftce miner. ���������   ,  The boundaries of a claim may be de  fined  absolutely    b>   having'  RAIL AND STEAMER.  C. P. J-1. 'stock is at 110^: ,r 'i  The Gieat Noi thorn v,will extend its  Says the Js'cNun Tribune. "Lou','  Patrick, of Kevelstoke,'who has buoii  running passenger trains on the Canadian Paciiio'-over the Selkiik and  Jtocky mountains ever since the road  was built, diopped down from kevelstoke last Saturday. All 'the old  Donald ciowd now iii Nelson 'know-  Mr. Patrick." ",Jn the . days ; when  Donald whs a  town, "Lou" was run-  to  T.  W.'BRADSHAW, Agont, Rovelstoko  (W. P. P. CUMMINGS.   Pacific Aeent  *<*���������'  .r  ThcJlnstei Mechanics Pure Tar Soap heals  and soften-, the skin, w hilc 'proinptlr uleniising  itof giea-c, oil, rust. etc. Inwiluablo for nie-  clinnics, farmers, spoi t������nicn. Iree -.ample of  receipt of 2c. foi po-t.ige. Albcro Toilet Soap  Co., manufacture:������, Montreal.  ���������ister of tho Inteiior to .locate claims  containing lion and mica, also copper, in  tho Yukon Tenitoiy, of an area not ex-,  ceeding 160 acres." ,  "The patent for a mining7location shall  pioiule for the payiucnl.of a ioyalt} of 2} per  tent, or lhe v.ilcs, 0L thu noducls of the louaiun.  Placer Mining, Manitoba and the N.W.  T., excepUng the Yukon Territory.���������  Placer mining claims-generally are 100  feet square; entry fee, $5, renewable  yearly. f. 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. Tne  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 livers of Manitoba  and the"N. W. T��������� excepting the Yukon  Tenitory���������A free miner may obtain onlj  two leases of live miles each fnr a teim  of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister of the Interior.  The lessee's light is conlined to the submerged beds or bars, of the river below-  low water mark, and subject to the rights  of all persons ivho-ha\e, or who mav ie-  ceive entiles tfoi bar diggings oi bench  claims, except on the Saskatchewan  River, where the lessee may dredge to  high watei mark on each alternate leasehold       -   *" - >     -  The lessee shall have a dredge in operation within or.o season fiom the date of  the lease lor each five miles, but wheie  a peison or company lias",obtalned more  than one lease one'.diedge'for each'flf-  toen miles oi fi action, is' sufficient.  Rental, $10 pei aununTfor each mile of  rivei leased ^Rojalty at the.rate of two  and nihalt per cent collected on the output after it excecds-$10,000    *      '  Dredging' in  the   Yukon  Terntory.^Six  leases ot live miles each may be granted  ������,to-a   liee  miner  for -a- teim- of - twenty,*  tyeais, also renewable--     -' '  <i Tho lessee's ,ng'nl Is confined to the  rsubmeiged bed" oi bars in the river below low water mark,* that boundary to  be fixed by its position on the 1st day of  August in the yeai of the date of the  lease  its genera!   ollices  at '^Winnipeg, fiom  S a. m'flap p!'m. f.^ ,      '.        '   ,'  W,ork ori   the. Gi and Ti link. Pacific  Ion  Lands  in  Manitoba,   the Norih-west  Territories and .within  the Yukon Tenitory aie open to'prospecting foi  peti oleum,  and the minister may icseive ior  an individual or.compiny    having-machinery  on   the  land   to   be piospected  an  area of 6-10 acres.  'Should the-prospector discover oil in pajing quantities  and i satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area not exceeding (HO acres, 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-8pecifled by order-in-council., <  Department' of   the   Interior,   Ottawa,  Februnrj, 1001,    ,"   - 7 1/   struction of tlicwork  "     *   . JAMES A. SMART������  .Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  ning between that place and Caiiihore  -="-I M-,,.,= ,    i     "   i    -.     n-   ���������      - , "c iind'iCharlcy" Carey, who ran op-  suryeyjMo.iisscyb.a.ichoto  Foi.up and Coal | posite"him, owned   that pint  'of the  load. r They  never'had  an   accident  Cicek^    r_  % Tlie 'C P. K. is "fixing the 'bonis of  and never pulled  a  tiain   in  behind  time il it  imis   on   time   when they  coupled up to"it.   Carey devoted Lis  .��������� , - spine time to>imining a stock ranch  will commence1 in   JJntisli - Columbia  near   Canmore. '"iLou"   devoted   Li's  simultaneously with othei'sections ol  spare timc'at, Donald   to   spinning  tie mad. <   .    1      ,  ���������'     '        y      yarns and presiding at "mock com ts." I seating  sui  It is'statecUthe  promoters of the  He was/dignified almosfc.as much so as   tween ''" the  Midway-Vernon railway have arranged  in England  for-the   immeditite. con-  The  Intercolonial   has  made a loss  of .fi643,079 for tlie^ past nine months,'  due to loss of  business'arid expense ol  keeping the load open dining tlie late  sovcie vinter. V -  r, i      "      " i  G. Erickson, foimcrly.ioadmaster at  dart,   the   liberal  candidate, can'win  hands down.  '    ', '  deferring to   the  McBride government's-- breacli   of   faith ' with'   the  Similk'anicen on the railway question  the Minor says:     I'll  Sliutfo'rd   had  the courage and the desire,to  get  his'  constituents   tl.e ���������'. ail way , for which  ,  thoy   have   such   a   crying  need, he-  could have succeeded   before  now  or  helped to put other men in power who-  would accede to, bis demands..    Shut- '  fold has placed party   before country. '  He will find,that he has  put  himse'lf  beyond the pale  of popular  approval'  when,he next   attempts   to foist him->,  self politically  on   the "long suffering:  people of the Siinilkamec'n.^ ' '  The Victoria.poi respondent  of thV  Tiibune  thus  desciibes  the'political  ���������  situation .,  ."A enw-ofr of election tints   has  been   ananged be-  e    Government . and   the <,  ���������i  CE VLED TENDERS addressed to tho nucler-  '-', 'siKiied,  and' endorsed  '��������� Tondor for Drill  Shed, I!os-,land, B   C ," mil bo roconod at this I i-    ii m   ,,   ', ~  oflicp until Thursdaj, M.ij   2li 11)04, mclu-aieh.    ���������'lekl, ���������'������������ lattci ly Oil   the ClOW, h Nest  for the construction of a Drill Shod .it Rossland.  ii. Q , uccording to plans and specification to be  seen at,tho Public Building, at Rossland. 13 C.  a*British Columbia Supieriie court Opposition, and there will be no airing  justice, and his sentences weie always (ir. the courts" of the", crooked "electio'n  carried out to the letter by "Jim" Mc- l.m'etliods*' practiced - 'is '-Esqiiimalt,  Biide, his sheriff. Such days / will Victoria City, Kamloops,' and Revel-  never'come again.    Mr. Pati'ick ,says  stoke ridings.     Fulton-1 of Kamloops,  he would like"' to make his home in  Nelson, and he may 'be tiansfcucd  hcic'. He Miys he has done his shale  of the lough woik in  the mountains,  who is now.-president of',, the council,1  is to be made provincial si-cretary,  and, if^ he winsJuL election, will be  made attorney-general   liter   on, Wil-  ccntaucc of tender t  Tho Department does not bind itself to accept  tbe lowe-jtrorauj^tendei:*-: V ,   -    , ,    .  -**-'*��������� "---^ z-   By order, -    '- V  * ft       .        ,   .    -' FRED   GELIN" VS.      '  '    ' " ' '       Secrotarj,   '  Deii.irtment of Public Worls,   '        *      '  Ottuua, April 20, 1901.     '- ���������   i     i   '  Xcnspapors   inserting  'this    adiartiseincnt  The lessee shall have one dredge In op-   without .uithontj from tho Departmont, will  not be, paid for it  and at the Department or Public Works  Ottawa, and at the olhto or Mr IXillMm Hond-  or-on, Clerk of Work-. Victoria, B C r  Tenders will not bo considered unloismado on  the printed form supplied, and signed with the  actual signatures of the tenderers., ,,  An .iccopted cheque fin a chartered baul,,  nnsnblo to the order of tho Honorable-the  Minister of Public Works, eciual to ten nercpnl. i ^        -   i. ..    r m   -n   -r, ,   .       ,  (io p  c.) of the amount ol! the tender?-mist nppointment of T. F. Bu^tecd, foimei  nS;T.heh^rt&e^:^?iK^^K^1'!5011"10"^^^^^^^' ire will  to?oa.f^iitob.coiSt&tlis ^eT,','"^1 h,iTe iw^cti������������ *<* ^ unw from  load unci ,,Vostein di\isioiis, has again  been,appointed to tbe'Ciow's Nc-t  load with promotion lo, superintend-  ency at Ci an brook.  The ollice of assistant chief engineer  of the C. P. !���������!. has  been  filled by the  nnd is entitled to a run in the''yalleys  son retiring.  -Taylor   of  Revelstoke  OOK   T O    YOU R  Foit William to tlie 'coast, with head-  c-uaiteis in Winnipeg and-wHl dispose  of all ordmaiy( engineering without  lefeience to Mi. Tye in -Montiofil.  T. W. Biadshaw'^iylio  has   been C-  P R. agent at JRoielstoko  for the past  foi riie icst of bis niilroad days.'''  Slight Sprain's Grow Worse  ..a ' -'  Unless piomptly ticatcd.   The'great  sticngth of .Nerviline   enables   it   to  Quickly erne all    nianncr 'of   spiains  and stiains.     '��������� I spiained'my wiist,'!i  writes Heneiy E. Milfoid of Rockland,  "while working in the mill but bad to  lay oil, it became so painful and swel-  Iet.    I  iubbed "rny ,wrist.-thoroughly  with Neivilinc twice a clay ancLput on  a.baiid.igc'."'The pam soon v,ent away  and   fiequent    nibbing   boon   cuied.  Nerviline is undoubtedly an excellent  seven years, is one of*the moat oblig-  limmont aml the besfc ^  rchem  ing and  painstakiiig plhcmls  i��������� - tlie |- ,_, ���������     ^Uiril   certainly   is  company's sen ice. Those Inning  business with the company's passcngei  and freight oflice heie can always de  pend on iecei\ ing the gic.itest comtesy  and attention to their lcquncments at  his hands. Mi. Biadshnw started  raihoading   at   St. Thomas in   18SG,  ever used.'  extia good.    Puce 25c.  POLITICAL  Don't be satisfied to work  alone; in Ihe same old way  for low wages. We can  help you carve out a successful career. Thousands  have increased their salaric:  by following our plan. Vi\*  ��������� can train you in spare time,  and at small cost, for anr  of the  following positions:  Mechanical, Electrical, Steam, Civil, or  Mining Engineer; Electrician; Purveyor;  Architect; Draftedm ; Bookfreeper; Stenographer; Teacl>er; Show-card Writer;  Window Dresser; or AJ Wi Iter.  Write TODAY, slnllng which posl-  1' tiou inloronls you, to  INTERNATIONAL  < Correspondence    Schools  ,    Box 799, SCBANT0N, PA.  ou Cii.r. ov out mu/, KKi'in-ai'iriTrfEi  C. J. WILKES,  Box 7G2. Nelson, B. C.  Have it new and up-to-date  Get good paper ancl workmanship by steam power  Get your Printing- done from  on New Presses  No mattei  what class of printing-you require i\e can do it for you  Loose leaf accounting systems a specialty  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Co..  L i_m i te d.  REVELSTOKE, B. O.  when he joined the stafV of the Gi.xnd  Timik. In 181)0 he left that company  to join Iho C. P. R." v.ho-c scivice lie  enteicd in the freight, dcpiutincnt at  A'ancoiuei. In M.uch IS97 he was  appointed the company's agent nt  Hevel.-tokc- in succession to r. T.  I'.iCMsler, who had re.-igned to assume  the management of the Carnes Cieok  Con-olidated. ]\li. Hind'.li.iw lms  leniaiiicd in charge of lhe ltc\cl*-.toke  ollice since his appointment  Jn futiiie the ti.icing in well as the  movement.- ol leaded and empty cars  on the C. P. H. will be'cciitinli/ed in  the oflice of .1. A. MacGngor, cm <-ci-  vice agent, excepting in di-tncls pic-  sciibed by tbe led ending cticul.tr.  This has been done iu an elloitto  s.v-tomatiiu the noik, to h.iie.i iccog-  ni/ed ollice with which the public and  beads of ilep.utments may deal, to  ai old delays and also to eliminate tho  unncccssniy telogiaphing which of late  has grown to undue juopoi tions.  The Piovincc says:    "Ry  a change  Nominations   for   Kamloops    bye-  election close on Monday.     ���������  Duncan Boss is being congratuhite'd-  all through the country  on   the   suc-  ces ful way in   which   he  has   settled  the Hcdloy smelter difficulty.  -   Conseivative whip  Taylor (not  he  of Revelstoke) says the Grand   Trunk  tailway continct   will   be   cancelled if  tbe  conscrvnthes   return   to   power  Foi Innately   for  Canada  theie is not  the smallest chance������of  their-getting  tliere  The Toi on to News has the following uncomplimcntaiy leference to  Fulton's appointment to the Cabinet  "Piomotion as a reward for'suspicious  election ' proceedings is a point of  cynicism which rises to the rank of  the spiciest of malign liumoi."  Another^ scandal, -involving (he  conseivative lcgirno of tlie eighties,  has come'to light and the Senate is  investigating it. In an enquiry by a  committeeofthcAmeric.m Senate it  was alleged the Mutual Reserve Life  of New York paid $LO,000 to members  of tbe Canadian parliament to get  their charter in LSSfi.  Of F. J. Fulton's appointment to  the Cabinet the Woi Id says : "Of  course, the Grits will say that tlie  duties of the premier arc merely nominal and that Mr. Fulton was sworn  in not because there was any special  cause for his service, nor because the  country needed him, but because he  was about to be unseated by the  courts. lie cannot he deposed now,  having abdicated by the act of accepting oflice."  The polling places for Kamloops  bye-election are: J3akei's House,  Snvona, Couit House, Kamloops;  School House, (West Side), N. Thompson Jt.; Edward's Creek House (East  Side), N. Thon pson R , J'ost Oflice,  Louis deck; C. P IL Section House,  Ducks; George Spence's Mouse, Shuswap, Town Hall, Gland Pianie, T.  VV. Smith's House, Tappcn Silling;  Mill Boarding House, Kault; Sulli  van's Hotel, Notch   Hill;  Lake  View  will gc-,in, and in  the- shilflle' Carter-  Cotton will takeTatlow's portfolio, as  Tatlo.w is'tiied'of signingJchecks, the"  only work'he does."  John Houston, conservative member  for   Nelson; -thus    summarises,    the'  policy  of H'he'.'McBride government ���������  "What has it "accomplished ? -   it in-'  ci eased .taxation   from  50   to 100 per  cent.       It, has   spent   every 'dollar ���������*.  appropriated -for  the ������������������ fiscal-year end- *""  ing June  30th  next except the .$40,-'  000 appropriated for a court-bouse at  Nelson.     It secured the dismissal  of  the editor of the Victoria   Colonist,  a  Liberal; Conseivative. -It has appointed the member for Ymir's  brothei   to  a temporary clerkship in   the government     oflice < at     Nelson. -This  is   ��������� a    recoid'   that    the     Liber.il-  Conservative  party should   be proud  of.1"   For is it not one that will  appeal ���������  to the hearts of the people '?"  murderT  Horrible Atrocity in the  Yukon  Dawson Y. T, May 2n.���������\Y. S.  Eians, minei, was muideied some  tunc last week just below Eagle City,  Alaska.  His body, bouibly mutilated with  the .blows of an axe, was found this  morning on the liici bank. .The man  had evidently been camping beside the  iiicr. He bad a coiiMdeiable amount  of money, and lobbcry was piobably  the pri/e which the  mindeier had  in  11CW.  The United   Slates  authorities are  after the supposed nuiideier.  who was  seen yesterday fuitber down the riiei. -.  His identity is not known heie.  -, * *���������-   u������  .... .t-, ,  A Great Future  For the New Scale Williams Piano  Miss Kv.i N. Roblj n,vocal instructress  ol" I la: Alma Ladies e'ollujfc, an artist of  superior Iriiriinjr and attainments, after  cuufully lusting ihe N'ew Scale Williams  J'l.ino.wnte-.as follows :���������"Gentlemen,   Afti-r ihoioiifflily testing-your New Scale  Williams Piano, it plies nie preal pleasure to express to you my high appreciation of its excellent qualities. It's beautiful mellow suslamintr tone is especially  adapted to supporting- the voice. I  piediu foi the New Scale Williams a  great future. Very sincerely yours  (sjgncd) Eva N. Rohlyn"."  The New Scale  Williams is a  piano  which has been const rucled alongf entirely  new lines and possesses so many advantages oicr other  makes   that  it is  well  worth one's calling at the local warerooms  to examine thorn.    The   Williams Piano  Co.,  Oshaw.-i,   publish three booklets on  the history and   construction of a piano,  which can   be   had   direct  by  mail   on  application,   or   from   the   local   representatives   of this    celebrated     Piano.  ���������Pianos kept in  stock* bi ReieNtokc  fnsiii.ince Agency. Limited.  The Tribune cou-idi-is Cold Commissioner Eraser's coiistiuction of the  minenil act a common -ensc one. Ins  scti-e of justice not haiiug been blinded l������v -iifli liijih hMiiiins; as Judt;e-j  Dull and .Mm tin lay claim to. ,-r. . ,  4Z~ -!u . ^^-*M**!y V^^H " * ' J*VV������,?*",C*S���������A+*i. * l������l  ^^T^T?T|v^V^,v*-^ rf*j ert^"t;j ^JV'jri -jK-"i  iVi-J-JjUi-riiS i*"1-���������V^dt^T*  v/,:  '*=* THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  ������������������(  ���������Coii-gh - 7-  ' j       i  Medicines  ,i-    v * I  I  -,  'All Kinds, All Sizes  ' Just"~o"pened  at  the  GANADA DRUG &  BOOK-CO.  HEVELSTOKE-  B. C.  IV'   <-  IN THE GREEN ROOM. '  * * i  , "      t   i     i--_  i        A theatrical treat is in store for the  . amusement goers of Revelstoke in tbe  forthcoming production of " Maloneys  ' Wed ling " which is,to appear  at  the  ���������opera bouse on Tuesday evening, May  ,-3Ist.    Tbiswitfulmusical   comedy   is  described by the advance  nian   as'",a  medley,of wit beauty and song" and  as   that class of   entertainment  has  always  proven   acceptable   'here   the  opera house - >>nld be well filled.  The  .prices have !���������   n placed-at the reasonable liguics ������������������.-f'l n0   and  75c  for, reserved seats,     il-neral  admission   for  acl i'i Its-50c, antl^oc! for(childi-en.' Reserved seats are oh sale at, the Canada |  Drug Store.     a  J. M._ McCloskcy, this" blind entertainer and e'ocution-st, who toured  the Boundary ^country so successfully  last season,'is returning as manager of  the Columbian Comedy Co., now starring lamia Courtney, the charming,  yoiing , vocalist umd accomplished  Highland fling dancer, lie will be^in  Revelstoke, 'June 11th, with this company .accomiianied by a good band.  chaw their embargo ou the use of the  provincial lock-up for city prisoncis  J. J. Devine, E. B. Stringer and G.  ICuight shot a fine silver tip bear four  miles west of Revel-toke on Tuesday,'  and brought in the skin as their  tiophy.        ' ,      ,���������  Thecoinmittee who had in charge  the production of The Colleen Baivn  beg to tender their thanks to the  public generally for the patronage  and support accorded them.  i A ,meeting of rcpie-cntiitives qf the  various Sunday schools will,be held tit  the City Hall at 8 p. in. on Thursday,  to ariango another annual outing for  the united schools of the city.  Two men, Wilbur and McLean,  we're brought before ' 11. Gordon  charged with assaulting Japs in the  public street and lined 120 and $10  respectively with costs. G. S. McCarter prosecuted.' V ,  ,      y    '    v    ,                      i    ���������  The Liberals claim Premier McBride  has bi oken faith with them in.sawing  oil'the protested elections by altering  the datc"of Jvamlqops bye election to  June '(ith. Dr. Wade is talked of as  Libcralrcandidate.  A  /correspondent's   letter   ,which  Social & Personal.  letter  appeared, in a recent issue as to school  matters at Albert Canyon is,-,we are  advised, am entire misrepresentation  of affair's there. We niust warn correspondents against sending, us such  letters, or we shall be obliged to hand  over to aggrieved'parties the name of  tbe writer. .  Local and General.  IP. W. PatTnioie, riicamous,is gayetted  justice,of tbe peace!  The production of The Colleen Baivn  resulted in the addition of $107.70 to  the funds of the Talent Society.  J. L. Lawrence is appointed C. P. K.  superintendent for Kootenai-, and J. A.  JIcGiegor assistant supt. car seivice  to Vancouver.  A man named Kennedy was committed for tiial by li. Gordon, J.P., on  Satuulay for stealing cheque from a C.  P. It. fireman.  The conect name of tbe man who  was committed for an unnatural  oflencc two weeks ago should have  lead Harry Hu^sel Tickner.  The Banil haio declined tbe of5er of  the City Council and are making a  countei proposition. They will play  this evening in lower town.  Aid. McCarter has been successful  in inducing tbe government to with-  Business Locals.  Sparklets at Dews' Drug1 Store. v,  Revelstoke   and "Trout   Lake' "city  lots for sale.    H. N. Coursier.. <    -  Louis,Morand. of Lumby, < will run'  a hotel at Poplar.  Thousands of story Looks to choose  from at Canada Drug & Book Co's.*  ''  J. W. Bennet intimates he will hold  an auction sale of Mrs. S. H." Bolton's  furniture on Tuesday next.  r t .   a  See Moscrop Bros' complete stoc k  'of electrical light supplies and fittings.  You-canogct anything you want in  this line. '' _ i s���������  Tnsect poivcler, the veiyYstrongest  for flies and mosquitoes/sold at Canada Drug & BooVCo's. ���������'  ft  - Dr. Curry lias disposed of bis denial  practice to IDr. Morrison and' will  lea-e Revelstoke shortly.  New consignment of floor oils at  Howson's.  J. McMahon has gone to Enderby  to start a blacksmith business.  Fountain pens, very best jnakes, all  prices at Canada Drug & Book Co's.  R. H. Trueman has're-opened his  studio in Revelstoke and will remain  here tiil June 6th.  Florida water and toilet waters-of  all makes ancl sizes sold at Canada  Drug ifc Rook Co. <      '  Travellers visiting Revelstoke will  find the best accomodation at the  Central Hotel, Abraham-on  Bros, o  When you come to Revelstoke lmil  the Central Hotel bus to take you to  a good hotel. Abrahamson Bro_.  Props. "       .    -  Read C. B. Hume it Co's advt. on  first page of thr������ issue.  The new game military euchre just  in at Canada Drug & Bclok Co's.  ���������Hee Mo=crop Bros, about your slip-  ply of garden hose. They have on  sale the be-t hose in tbe city.  Business men should remind their  customers that they are -till alive and  The Ladies Hospital Guild meets  Tuesday at 3 p.m.  W. 11. Humphries has resigned his  position on the C. P. Jt. accounting  staff. , '"   ",  r T. B. Baker, of the" Imperial Bank,  who has obtained three'months leave,  has gone torEngland. '���������     ,  J. Anderson, who, was considerably  bruised by a run-a-way horse last week,  is able to, be about again.       < '  tHon. J. Sutherland, minister of  public works, lias been compelled to  take a holiday owing to ill health'.  Messrs A. K. Miller, Calhoun and  C.'R. Macdonald will leave in July on  , .1     I   r  ii trip to the world's fair at St. Louis.'  Supt. Knox, uf thu Kva, and' Mrs.  Knox left Camborne this week for the  east, their present destination being  II a mil {on.  Mr.-. JI arris,'of Salmon Arm, and  mother of brakomiin Harris, litis been  so ill she bad to be brought in to the  Revelstoke hospital. >    < / l  J. Laughton, .proprietor of the Union Hotel, left'Liverpool Saturday on  the lctiii-ii to Revelst'oke ifrom his  trip to the old country.    ,  'G.'Goldsniith, of Kenton, returned  Saturday finni hi<- trip to England.  His sifter bad intended returning  with him, but rdicd, and-he left for  Liveipool on his way out immediately  after the funeral.  VW. G. Watson was brought in from  Boyd's ranch last week suffering from  inllamation of the stomach caused by  eating  poisonous, canned   food. . He  sulVcied seieielv lor n- fcwll.ive- but is  n , *    i, * -  now iccoveiing.  T. Wadman. of tbe C. ,P. R.'Fnc  Biig.ule, who bad hi- left hand badly  injuied and was bruised about tbe  bead und face by a laddci falling, on  him at Thuisday's fiie. , was able to  | lc.uc the hospital Sunday.   ,  J. A. Wet in ore, accountant of the  I in pei in l Bank at ,Trout'Lake takes.  Mr. Baker's place during tbe absence  of the latter in England. 'Mr. White-,  ford formerly of the/<blink's Golden  branch, has been appointed junior at  Rei-elstoke.*  At the meeting of'-.the-Ladies Aid of  the Methodist "church last" evening  .Mrs. J. McMahon was picsented with  a handsome clock and-address on her  leaving for Enderby,,as a token of appreciation of the,valuable services she  has rendered tbe society.  Among visitors to Canada is Miss  lieiiham of,London, England, an cx-  peiienced mountaineer who has clini-  ed the most diflicult assents of tbe  Alps. She is on her way to the Rockies wheie abc will attempt the ascent  dining the coming summer of some  oi the most famous peaks.  ,. On hi1 iccent trip J. Guy Barber  visited New York, Chicago, St. Louis  and Detioit. He attended the world's  lair at St. Louis on the second day  aftei opening. The exhibition buildings were not quite completed but'  were being lushed, caipentcrs  getting  5  square  Brock: V. C.,'J. B. Scott; Prolate; E.  \V. B.,Paget; M. of W..-H. Cook; K! of  R. & S , J. W. Bennett; M. of E., E.  G. Burridge; M. of F., Ii. A*. Brown;  M. a't A��������� P C. Ainslie;. 1. G., W. A.  Pootc; O.   G.',   A., J.   Howe;   Lodge  Physicians, J. W.  Chipperlield, ,M. 1).  Cross,  M. D.. Geo.  D  H. MORRISON. -    '  DENTIST,   REVELSTOKE.  Gold Chownixci axd-Biuim-k Work  ' 'a Spkciai.ty.   >  AUCTION SALE.   "  Mrs., S., II. Bolton, of McKeir/.io  avenue, wbu iS leaving for England,  has instructed me.lo sell her furniture  by auction Tuesday next. For full  particulars ,see small band,bills.  ��������� '-J. W.  IJHN'N.KTT,  ,,    ���������> , Auctioneer. "  Garden  Tools  Now is the time to buy your garden  tools, our stock in, these is the larg;_  est ever kept i'n the city.    '"A few-  things  needed for'spring :���������Rakes,  Hoe's, Spades, Spading Forks,''  Sprinklers, etc.  Besides these wc have ti'large assortment of  Tools  'Which we must get rid of at a ieduced  rate to make room for othcr'goods, which  are arriving'daily. i f Hedge Trimmers,  Lawn Rakes, Rubber 'Hose in all sizes,*  Lawn Mowers in two 'dilVeiont kinds and  four sizes are among the many..   ,-   -  lie sure and sec our tools before purchasing.  Corporation of the Gity  of Revelstoke/   -  W. M: LAWRENCE  Iron ali. Kinds of,H.MinivAiii:.  DOG TAX. -  t     ,        i^ ,   - ,*   ' c  - - ' c  Owners of dogs within the City are  required to, pay the, tax'on same by  June lijtb next; after which date the  Pound-keeperiias*instructions toxical  with any dogs- on which .the tax has  not been paid,'according to tbepro-  visions of the Bvlaw "relating theicto:  .   ,      ~     \7~ 11.  FLOYD,1"  ,���������    City Clerk.   ,  , Koiel-toko, 15. C.,May 2(ith, 1001.  WANTED  WANTED���������A large lii'o-pionf sale.  ���������JCootonay    Mail    Publishing  Company, Iti'vi-lstoki'. ' ,  s Spring' Suit  Union-Made at  i ,        ���������    i-     f ���������  -; ^ i..-1,  M.-A.: Wilson*  Fashionable  .. Tailor.,  i  "Mckenzie avenue,,  ->���������-.��������� i j ���������*-  NEXT, TAYLOR BLOCK.  The only, place,in town, you can'get it,  WANTED-  CARPENTERS, eight nunillis'  win k, wages   10c.  |������t hour.  Kernaghan, Revulsloke. ���������  PWELVE Firtl. Class  iiuinl lis  Apply .1  WANTED���������Expei iVnceil DINING-  ROOM GIRL at  once,  $30 per  month.    John ll->ctoi-, Niikusp'. '    *..  iVNTED ��������� A'  GIRL.  Revel-loke.  .  WANTED ��������� A'   DINING - ROOM  GIRL.   Apply to,Union Hotel,  ANTED-A  GOOD   MILL SE'f-  Apply   Ya  Weslly.' B. C  w  Columbia Lutiiliei' Co  TJilR   m, innct*.     Apply   Ya1''  .--.    NOTICE.  MOTICE IS' HKREBV GIV13N.tli.it altllie  1' noxt'mccUnK of tlie Hoard of LiceiiaiiiK  r'oinmissionors for tho Kamlooi>s Division of  tliodi-trtct of Y.ilo.' .ipplicattou will lie made  for a lr.tn-.for to A. Bhick of tho Holol Ciiiuor  Licon=o losnod to \V. A Roonio in'respoct of  the promises at Sioamoiis known a-tho Lake-  view Holol. -  ' W.A.ROOM13,  Dated May flth, 1KII., ,'     \. BLACK.  not leave it to their customer-, to find  Vou can do it by visiting our  Cool, Cosy Ice Cream Parlor,  where we serve  Ice Cream  Ice Cream Sodas  Crushed Fruit Sodas etc.  in all Flavors.   .  Our Sodasi  TOUCH THE SPOT  They relieve that awful thirst  They are pure nnd wholesome  TRY THEM.'  RED CROSS  DRUG STORE  J. A. IIl'Ckiiam.  out. The best way to remind your  customers that you arc still in business is to carry an advertisement  regularly in the Kootk.vay Matt..  Souvenir burnt leather goods just  opened at {lews'.  \ new and ������r>lect stock of picture  moulds in. firing your pictures along,  f.et us frame them for you. Cabinet  photos framed and mounted in the  latest style. John E. Wood, the  Furniture Store.  Get your prescriptions filled at the  Canada Drug & Book Go's.  W. A. McDonald intimates that he  has imported a, carload of lime; and is  ready to undertake plastering, which  he guarantees, to do in first-class  shape. He has a carload of brick on  the way and undertakes the buildings  of chimneys.  McGregor's butter scotch 10 cent  package at Bows' Drug Store.  A.E. P.oak has opened a stock of  silverware in the Cowan Block. He  has the agency for the Raymond sewing machine and intends opening an  agency for pianos and organs.  $12 a day.    The fair coveis  2  miles ancl the   sight   i-   magnificent.  St. Loins is cioiidcd and charges biuh.  ^j-flOii week being paid for a  furnished  "jiGorn.    He saw, Toronto after the  liie  j and took ad van rage ol bis trip  to purchase some novelties  for addition'to  hi? -t������,ek.  A correspondent writes-���������Revelstoke has lost one of its most  popular young men, in the person of  William McCann. During the time  he has spent in our city, he has. by  his strrtightforwatd manner ancl genial manliness won the esteem of a  bo������t of friends. ' Should be remain  a way permanently the C. P. R. will  lose one of its cleverest workmen, and  the I. A. of M. one of its most valuable rhop comrnittPf-meii. WV all  hope to welcome him back again, and  not alone. Before coming here he was  one of tbe C. A. li?. most skilled em-,  ployees.  NOTICE.  'PAKE XOTKIK that wo, the  Yale Columbia  L   Lumber Co ,of Xukiiip, intend (tOdays from  date  to applj   (o the Chief Commi-aioiier of  Lands and Works, for pcrmUMnti to purchase  tho undermentioned tract, of laud : commencing  at a poat on tlie South Limit on the Columbia  and western Railway, about hnlf-a-mile east of  Wn-tlo> Station, marked  Yale Columbia Co's.  N. 13   Corner, runntn-i; thence -outIt *J0 chains.  thoncowo-tbO chains, thenco noith 11 chains to  C. and \V. Railway/thence ca-t  alon-v the said  railway SO chain-, to poiut of commencement.  Dated at Nakusp, H. (\, Ma> l-t. liKM.  YALi: COLUMBIA LUMKCR Co . Limited.  J. G! HILLINGS,  Sect elan  NOTICE.  "VfOTrCi: N hereby kucii thai, 30 da\������> after  JJ\ date. I intend toapph* to the Honorable  tlie Clnel Coinmis-ionernf L ind and Work* for  a special licon-e to cut and cam* away timber  fiom the following described lauds. \i/.:  Situate on tlif^Uppei Virow Lake-, about li  mile- north of Nakusp, about I mile from tho  f*a-t -hoie of the hike and joining on the no i lit  <M-t comer or the Iv. and S tunbei limits, -ilai t-  nii������ at .i po-t m.iikfd (J O Billings' S \V  Coruci, t ti ii ii t ni^- thence e.i-t ������S0 chain-, thence  north ftOch.iin-. thenoe \\e-t&0 chain-, thence  -outh 80 chtiui1- to point of commeuccinent more  or le���������.,,  Match 30th. m\.  "(\ C\ BrLLfNOS  Dated afNakusp, M. ('., I'������)l.  OPERA    HOUSE  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  K. OK I'.  The  election   of   ofI;cer3  for   Cold  Range, K. of P. resulted:    C.C., G. If.  Moscrop Bros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Mot  Water & SteamHeatin^.  Pipe Valve Fittings,  Electric Lamps, Door Bells and  Annunciators,  Hlectric Fixtures g(fn^ Put in.  ONIi NIGHT ONLY  TUESDAY,   MAY   3L  THE  MIKTIIKi:  Mf.-.SICAI,  COMEDY  A^  Ey'8  WED'  0Nt  rnD'  NG  Neatly and  Expeditiously  Executed at  The Kootenay  Mail Office.  They ape Fipe Proof I  BABBIT YOUR'BEARINGS VVITH  CANADA METAL GO'S. Babbitt  The Biggest and Best  Attraction  that Kevclhtoke bit;* i-een in years.  A  MBDI  i*;y of wit,  AS 11 HOXO  IIKAUTY  THE HOTEL VICTORIA  10. K. LKASON,  VICTORIA, ,      -       13. C.  Ainei'lciU] und ICiiropcui I'laii,  Aincriciiii I'liin S2.H0   iid Upwards,  ytuiuii Heated. - Sample room!*,  ���������TRX-  Seeond Street, Revelstoke  Prices :  Resfi-vcd Sf.-itt.-*, 7.1c. anil $1.00.  Adiilt.1, fiencriil AdniisHion, 50u.  Ohilrlrcn,   " '��������� 25c.  Beats now on sale at Canada Hook and  Stationery Store.  THF DM/I ������ESTA,,RANT  I  11 L       U II L        First Street,  ICitst of .\Iol-.oii3 Hank  Itovclstokc.  For your inr-als, Open day and night.  Mc/ifs 25c and npwiii'd. Special weekly  rates.   Good service guaranteed.  YODO FUJI I, Proprietor.  Chas. Sam Woe  WASHING, LAUNDRY '  LABOR  CONTRACTOR  FRONT STREET  (Opposite Joss House, Gold Hill Hotel  Building.  m  n  ���������71  ��������� 'AT  I  'it  ���������'*���������' I  1  1


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