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REVELSTOKE. B. C. MARCH 28. 1906
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DEPARTMENT-STORE.
MILLINERY OPENING
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
Thursday, March 29
Yon .a,,- welcome mul bring ynur filends, \\',- will haven repro-
seiiiativ,- show of all the nevvesl slylea the Piince.ss Alice, Mirely
.M.-ii-y Ann, etc.   The foliu'lngs, etc., nre well worth while.
A Fancy Vest for You
We are showing an attractive array ol the celebrated " 20TH
I'M NTT 'RY BRAND FANCY VESTS.
The Fancy Vest is n Stylish bit of apparel, ol course, but it is
also very warm, cuntui table and serviceable.
We guarantee the Fit and Quality of these Vests, and prices are
such as will appeal to you.
Jams, Honey, Marmalade
C. A H. .lain, all kinds 7 lb. tins
C. k II. .lam, all kinds    1 Ib. tins
C. II II. .lain, all kinds I Hi. Unities
C, A- 11. Jellies I Hi. Bottles
C, k II. Marmalade '. 7 lb. Tins
C. A  II.        '■  1,1b, Tins
0, A B.       "         1 lb. Jars
Dundee       "        7 Ib, Tins
litiiitlee        "          I lb. .lars
1!, belt-on'* Pine Apple Marmalade 111,. .lars
Robertsons Green Fig and Ginger 1 Hi -lars
hire Clover Honey..' 5 lb. Tins
Pure Clover lloimy  2 lb.Tina
Pure Clover Honey 1 lb, Buttles
Wild Uo.-e Honey lib. Bottloi
I'u served (linger in 1 Ib. .lars. 6 lb tins,,( Climax Jam
5 lb. Tins ,,f Climax Jelly,all kinds.   Syrup ill tins, all sizes
Try (lui- Ram Lai's Tea-IHI,'. per lb,—5 lbs, lor Ifi! 50
Try ..ur c> 0, Blond Coffin selling now al IOc. per Ib,
.   Spring
uH.::;-; Shoes
We nee receiving every day
Ml!'s$ffirsV " "-"' shipments ol New Shoes.   Wo
..j.ii^'^^./^-' lev loki'i'p llie mosl up-lo-daie
L,.  ■   "Ilffiy s'mp-'eSl   ■ shoe dtipai'tiiiont nnd our elforts
'"^^Sm^i 2m *;- ;"''' "PPiwIiitod, If wo enn judge
.':-"'•'..'«•':,,/i   -.■'i-''■'-,'. ■■ I'.v   '■'"   "lllpill,   Hilh'llis run-
-..""- "';,  '    -■'," Ifnually Increasing,    Juslnow
■    --•_-,-, „ U(, ,„;, Hlimvlng heavy, slum
shoes for muddy wealhor.   Bee
our window,
li tl ANIi Mli.LlNElti'—SKCONI) FLOOR.
C.B. Hume & Co., Ltd
DEPARTMENT   STORE.
CANADIAN
ALPINE CLUB
Inaugural Meeting Yesterday
at Winnipeg Splendid Collection ol Deutschman Cave
Views a Feature,
11V TE1.EG1UTII |
WiNNit-i:,.. Man,, March 28,—Tho
Inaugural meeting of the Canadian
Alpine Club was held here yesterday
ilikI wa* attended with great success,
iineol the features ol the meeting,
and which attracted considerable
attention, was a line collection of
views of the Deutsehmau Caves near
vclstoke,
MATTER
OF MILLIONS
"Million Club "is Now Being
Organised Throughout the
Province.-Objects of the
Movement Explained.
Nelson, March 2(1.—A " Million
club" is being funned spontaneously,
gcta million population for liritish
iinihia. The idea is (or each citizen of tlie Province to send the facts
ut liritish Columbia to at least one
person in oilier parts nf the world, and
invite correspondence with a local
c mmittee  that will tell the truth
ut the land, and the opportunities for success offered by each fart of
he Province. The ide:i is for everybody to do all possible for the Province and for his own locality, uniting
iu a general movement, and having
branch ol the club under local
control. Everybody will he invited to
join ami pay a dbllar tt yeai to defray
the expense of litenituro, correspondence, and advertising the country.
Already loading citizens ul Slocan
City, Nakusp, Midway, Rossland,
Trail, Vancouver, Revelstoke, Greenwood, Grand Forks, etc., have signed
lor membership and endorse the idea.
The movement enlists universal enthusiasm as it appeals both to Provincial patriotism and local pride.
Among thuse already signed are
members ,f Parliament, capitalists,
hankers, miners, fanners, workmen,
railroad oflicials, clerks, waiters, editors, engineers, and hotelnien. All
see what vast advantages it will oiler
for British Columbia and want to help
a good thing ailing. There is no local
jealousy, for some Nelson people havo
suggested that Vancouver or Revel
stoke should bo tbe head olliee, either
the metropolis of the Province or a
place that is central. In fact, the
Million Club embraces all oilier club'
and all parts ol the Province.
The idea did not stmt in Nelson bul
was warmly endorsed as soon as il
reached this city. Each member ol
the clul, will be provided with sla-
turnery, bearing diets aboul British
Columbia and bis own locality, his
name and address; also literature to
send out,
The probability li that an effort
will be made to have the fads about
the Province go out to the world on
every piece ol mail that is sent by
any local citizen, either on the envelope or on tin' stationery. Some
hotel men are going to have envelopes
printed with (acts about British Columbia mi the back  and   facts about
tholr section on the front,
All hotels, newspapers, and linns in
every line will be asked to do the
same or something of tho same idea.
This will gu the people ol Portland,
Oregon, one better. They used the
Lewis k Clark Fair, printing on all
llieir envelopes but the Million Club
wants to convert every inch ol while
paper lhat leaves lliitish Columbia
into something that will do British
Columbia g,,ud.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Prince Arthur Entertained at
Victoria—Scheme ot American Delegate Saves Aitjeciras
Situation-Iowa Floods,
I IIY -IT.I.WIll It'll |
Johnstown, Pa., March 28.—Fir
in the business section this morning
caused damage to the extent of $8(11),-
01)1).   Two men were killed.
Victoria, March 28—Prince Arthur
of Connaught was entertained at a
Slate dinner in Government House
last night, and lelt for Cowichan this
morning lor a day's fishing.
Tokio, March 28—The new customs
tariff is decidedly protective and retaliatory, The average rate of duly is
thirteen per cent,
Beiu.ix, March 28—During the delate on the naval bill in Ihe Reichstag yesterday, Heir Spahn, leader ol
centre party, suid that Germany had
to reckon on the fleets ol Ureal Bid-
tiin and Franco being arrayed against
Oermauy's increasing Heel.
Aigeciras, Maroh 28,—A (resh
scheme proposed by  an   American
egale regarding the policing o!
.Morocco has saved the situation. The
Inspector of Police will report simultaneously to Sultan and diplomatic
1- 'l'pS.
JUNEAU, March 28.—When the
townolWrangelwas burning Saturday
night, Indians ransacked the buildings.
An armed patty is now in pursuit.
Indianapolis, .March 28—Following
llie abortive  meeting  between coal
0 orators and minors,   instructions
1 ive been issued to secretaries ol snb-
i istricts that after March Hist no
i ining be done till after the enliven-
iiiin of April 3rd.     ., .
Waterloo, Iowa, March 28.—Hun-
t eds,,( families have been ronderod
boneless by Cedar river Hooding lho
I tvn. Cedar Kail.* repurta a similar
d.sastor.
New York, March 28,—Distriot
Attorney Jerome has applied for a
warrant lor the aire t of ll. W. Perkins, former vice-presid'iit of the New-
York Life, and also suggests that if
contributing to campaign purposes by
insurances companies constitutes Iur
cony, the mutter involves Chairman
(leorge B. Cortolyoii and Treasurer
Cornelius llliss of the Republican
, nnitteo.
WILL VISIT
REVELSTOKE
Distinguished Gentlemen Will
Visit Revelstoke and the
Deutschman Caves This
Summer.
New York, March 27—It would
appear that the Canadian Rookies are
to lie visited during the coming
season by many distinguished olimbers
and sportsmen. Count Pcrrefoot,
cntisin of the King of Spain, Col.
Haggard, brother of Rider Haggard,
the author; and Col. Cowan, a big
game hunter, who saw active service
(luring the South African war, are
among those who have signified their
intention ol visiting the Deutsohman
Caves and possibly tho country to the
north ul Revelstoke where abounds
the big game nf tho famous Selkirk
range of mountains,
Iteineiiilier llie firth-Katun Concert
at the Opera Houto on Saturday night,
i,,11,Ion rakoi, I * and spades, at
Bourne Bros,
Remember the Firth-Eaton Conceit
n' Ihe Opera House, Saturday night,
Maroh 31st.
FIENDISH
MURDERESS
Dashes Boiling Fluid Over her
Sleeping Husband-Special
Guards Enrolled to Prevent
Lynching.
San Francisco, (Tab, March 211.—A
special Irom Merced, Cal., suys:—
" Thoro was lucked in the county jail
here last night the most brutal and
fiendish murderess with whom the
authorities havo over bud to deal, She
is Mrs. J es llelnioiid, and she killed
her husband by pouring boiling water
nver him while Ilo lay ash-op. The
horrible urlmo was committed in the
mountains   near   hero,   ill   II o'clock
Monday illuming, 'lho couplo lived
Ihere wilh four children in a lonely
settlement, where thoy kepi a smail
store, The woman had quarreled with
her Imiii,,mil and, lining oiii'ly, heated
water ibiliheriili'ly in it large pall, This
she carried into tlio bedroom mul,
drawing hack the bed Olivers, dashed
the wnter on tho sleeping mall's head
and chest,. Helm,mil slnggeied (ruin
the heil and, terrildv scalded, ran to
neighbors Iur help, lle lived only ii
[ew hours, hul- was able lu mako an
iinle-inoitiitn statement, in which he
accused llis wile of the crime. The
inaccessibility ol the scene of the
crime delayed llie report reaching the
ollicers at Moroed.   Dolmond's neigh
lulls locked the woman in n room to
prevent her escaping before the sherill'
arrived.
Mra. Ileltniiiid gloat! over Ihe mill'
der, Two months ago I 'ol ml awoke
and lound he had been tied with rupes
to llis bed.    That was iu the middle
ul ihu night, Ilo lound his wile heating water that time, bul did not sup-
polo it wits tu kill liim. She joked
ubout tying him lo lite bed. Exft'.t
guards are at tho jail, thoy being
necessary tu prevent the lynching ol
the priitiuur,
PRESENTATION
By Amateur Dramatic Club to
Mr. and Mrs. T, H. Dunne.
Lust evening the members of the
Revelstoke Amateur Dramatic Club
surprised Mr, and Mrs. T. IT. Dunne
nt their home by waiting upon theni
in a body. After greetings bad been
exchanged ihe President of the Club,
W. M. Lawrence, called the gathering
to order and on behalf of the members
rend the following address to Mr. and
Mrs. Dunne, accompanied by a purse
containing $90 in gold, to Mr. Dunne
n silver match box, engraved with his
monogram, and to Mrs. Dunne, n
handsome cut glass vase; Mrs Lawrence made the presentations:
T„. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ultimo :
We, the members ol the Revolstoko
Amateur Dramatic Clith take ibis
opportunity ol expressing our appreciation of the services you have rendered the t'luli in the past, Wo can-
not [til tn think that only your love
of the work would bold yuu to such
tedious and very often unthankful
labor, We who have heen closely
associated with you in this work know
a little of the patience yon have
shown, the encouraging words spoken,
and the many ways you have taken
to strengthen the Club and advance
the members. We deeply regret that
you are about to leave us for a time,
and trust yuu will always remain
members uf our oll'b, that wo may
always have your counsel and advice
in affairs pertaining to the welfare of
the club, and that we may have you
st il 1 on the boards with us on some
future occasion. As a slight token of
our appreciation we would ask you to
receive this purse nud contents, which
was the amount realized from the
benefit we gave for you in the production of the "Colleen Bawn," and
would also ask Mrs. Dunne to accept
this vase ns n small tnken of remembrance from Ihe club, and Mr. Dunne
to accept tills match box as n souvenir
o( the many happy evenings spent
together,
Mr, Dunne, on beliall of Mrs. limine
and himself, in a few well chosen
words uf appreciation thanked the
members ul the club for their hand-
me gifts
Tbo reniniiiili'i' ol tho evening was
spent in music anil dancing afler
whioh lelii'slinu'iiis were served, the
company dispersing ni, midnight with
UlO singing of "Alibi Lung Syne."
During   Ihe   evening a   Hash light
photograph of the gathorlng was
taken.
• <s> *     -   ' — ■■■
EXPELLED CHINESE
I'KNTIOTON, March 21.—This town
is in a great slate ol OXCltOniOlll
through the expelling liy force ol the
newly arrived Chinese population,
Lust Monday tho Southern Okanagan Lund company brought   in ten
Chinese tu clear liind. A mooting ol
protest was held on Wednesday evening at the British Columbia hotel, and
lelegale* wero sent to inlervieiv W, T.
Shntloicl, M. l„ A., managing director
ol the company.
Mr. Shiitdinl was asked to dismiss
the Chinese, but' refused,
A niiib was organised, and it sum
proceeded to the Chinese quarter!
The party look lanterns and bad no
trouble about arousing ihe Orientals
The latter woro much frightened
Thoy were escorted to the lake steamer
•nnd their lares were paid to Kelownn.
Tbey arrived at that place today. TllOj
will nut bo allowed to return.
FAINT THAT IS PAINT
A Shipnienl jusl lo hand of the Famous
Holly Wood Mixed Paints.
House Paint.    Floor Paint.   Buggy and Wagon Paint,
Aluminum Paint.   Enamels.    Varnishes.
Oil Finish. Chi-Jap-Floor-Lac
Stains.   Drier.   Paint Remover. Etc.
*.
BOURNE BROS.
Groceries. Hardware. McClary's Stoves, Etc.
Real Estate for Sale.
852350.
tJSOOo.
$3000.
S28oo.
$2600.
$2350.
, must be sold this week
S rooms, stone foundation, every modern
Cine 2 story dwelling on McKenzie Avenue,
The first real snap of the season.
New 2 story dwelling,
convenience.
For 2 story dwelling, all modern Improvements, good lawn, shade
trees, fencing, stabling, etc.. Second Street.
New 2 story dwelling, nil modern conveniences including furnace.
Lot and u half, fencing, Second Street.
Sume ns the lust mentioned, but no furnace.
Fur 2 story house on Second Street, all conveniences.  This is a
good buy.
$85o.   Five-room Cottage, 50 foot corner lot. wood shed, fencing, etc.
$55o.  One-room Cottage on Eighth Street, 50 foot lot.
We have money to loan on any of tlie above properties and good terms
can be arranged.
We represent the Revelstoke Land Company, having for sale residential
lots in the best part of the City. Lots can be purchased on easy terms of
payment, monthly, quarterly, or semi-annually,
REVELSTOKE INSURANCE AGENCY, Ltd.
E.  J. BOURNE,
Boots & Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing:
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
Capital Authored, $4,000,000   Capital Paid Up, $3 900.000.   Rest, 0900,0001
Head Office, Toronto, Ontario.
Branches in the Northwest Territories. Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.
And tlio following points in British Columbia: Craiibrook, Golden,
Nelson, Kevelstoke, Trout Lake, Arrowhead, Vancourer and Victoria.
D. R. Wilkik, President. Robert J affray. Vice-President.
K. Hay, Assistant General Manager.   W. Moffat, Chief Inspector.
Wm. Rambay, Eliar Roobrs, Wh. Henhrie. J.K. Ohborne, Chas. CooKanuir,
PBLRO HotW,and. Directors.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C —A General Banking Business Transacted
Saviuifs Department-Deposits Received and Interest Allowed.
Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United States and Europe,
A. K. Pijifpr, Manager
Special attention given to collections.
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READY FOR THE PAINT SEASON'j[
just opened up * r
the largest ship- i f
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a
ration similar to Jap-a-lac, for ',
il nol scratch white) made in * *
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TEE LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO. have
two Carloads of Paints, oils, uud While Lead,
menl in any one dealer in 11. 0,
HOUSE PAINTS IN 41 DIFFERENT SHADES.
AGATE  WALL  FINISH (n cold water Kulsninine) which gave
such satisfaction Inst year.
BAPLAC Varnish Stain, n preps
renewing Furniture, Floors, etc, mi
Seven Shinies.   TRY IT I!
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., LTD.\\
Mall Orders Pr ptly attended to,       P.O.Box 181, Jv
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G, T, P. ENGINEERS
Leave  for  Up-Coast  Points
Shortly,
The llraml Trunk 1'acilic Railway
Company is making preparatloni to
follow up iu survey work on the northern coast by dtlng tome engineering
and several parlies ,,l engineers will be
dispatched to upcoatt points within a
very low weeks, says the Province,
Already several local engineers having experience in railway work have
been engaged by a itproscntttive of
F.llgineor Van Arsdol ol the Grand
Trunk Pacific, nml these have been
warned to hold themselves in readiness to go north the latter part of
April or early in May.
The (act that it is engineer!and not
surveyors which tbe Grand Trunk
Pacific is about to send north is sig-
iiilicaiit. It is the opinion in well in-
ioitncd circles that tie,  railway colli
de men who negotiated lor the Jinn
Island terminal lite, that work ou the
construction of terminals at Knien
Island would be commenced early this
slimmer.
If all the engineer! tu be lint out,
and tbert are several partiei, are nol
going to Knien Island, it is prohibit
that some ul tbtiu will go there while
others may go to Kitimaat, whtre
work will be commenced tbit tunimer
un tbe railway to lie built to the
Skeent River near tlanelton on the
charter of tbe Pacilic, Omeuica A
Northern Railway, which wit bought
sunn time igo by tht Urand Trunk
Pacific
Mr. W. C. Mitchell, for many yetrt
public worki onginttr for the Provincial Government, bti been tngtged to
take charge of one of the partiei of
engineers to be sent out. Mr, Van
Arsdol, who ii now in Edmonton, it
expected un the coast at an tirly dttt,
and he will superintend the diipttch
,i the parties to tlie north,    Supplies
puny is about lo fullil the promise ol are now luing irrtngsd for. THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE. B. C
Gbc iltatl-ftcrafo.
PUBUSHKD WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT
REVELSTOKE, B.C.,
SUBSCRIPTION  RATES,
incluling postage to England, United States
and Canada.
By the year Ilhrough postoftlcol    $2.(30
Half
Oji-uUt "
ADVERTISING RATES.
Legal notices 10 cento per line (Irsl iuaorMon,
5 cents per lino each mbseqiicnl InserUon.
•Meuarementi Noopariel 11- lines make ono
inclil. Store and general business announcements $2.M per Inoh per month,
Preferred positions, 2o per cent. additional. Births, Marrlogos and Deaths,
,Vc cull Insertion. All advertisement*!
•ubject tothe approval of the managomi nu
Wanted and Condensed AdverlUcincnl*:
Agenu Wanted. Help Wanted, Situations
wanted. Situations Vacant. Teachers
Wanted, Ma hanlcs Wan ted. 10 words or
lea Wc. each additional lino 10 cents,
Changes In standing adY'ertlfiomonls must
beiniij'.' a. m. roeaday nnd Friday of
each week to secure koocI display,
JOB PRINTING promptly executed at reasonable rates.
TEBMS-Cash. SuoBonptlons payable In ad;
vance.
WRRESPOXDENCE Invited on mailers of
public Interest Communications tu Edl«
tor must be accompanied by name of
writer, not neoessaril)' for publication, bul
a> evidence of good faith. Correspondence
should be brief.
DR.  MORRITSON,
DENTIST,
B9HH Office :
THK NEW LAWRENCE HLOCK,
McKenzie Avenue.
H
ARVEY, McOARTER
AND PINKIIAM,
BAKRISTFRS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
OrncKS: Imperial Hank Hlock,  Kkviil-
■tokk, B, C.
Money lo loan.
Offices: Revelstoke, B.C.; Kort Steele, II. 0,
Geo. S. McC'aktkh,
A. M. l'lNKUAM, J. A. HaHVBV,
Revelstoke, B. C. 1'ori Steele, 11. 0.
J. M. Scott l.L.H. IV. I. BriKits.
iCon'   AMI   BRIGGS
8
B RRIBTER8, SOLICITORS, ETC,
Mi INKY Tn Loan
Solicitors Fun Miu.sons Bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C
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DWARD A. HAGGEN,
Minini! Engineer,
'Mem. American ln-tiliile Mining Kngincors)
Canadian Milling Institute.)
Revelstoke, B.C,
Examination of und reporls on Mineral Properties a Specialty.
Agent lor Canadian Mil il Company,  buj-ora
of nine and silver-lend ores.
Zinc tnd silver-lead mines purchased, or oper
au-d under lease and bond.
Financial Assistance given owners anil pros
peeler* to operato ninl develop
approved properties.
Gbe fltafWberalb
■'1 would . . . earnestlyadvisotbom for
their trood to or,l,-r tbispnper to bo punotuntly
-erved up, and to be looked upon us n part of
the tea equipage.'1—Addison.
WEDNE8RDAY, MARCH 28,1H06
WESTERN REPRESENTATION
Hon. W, Templeman hit the
nail on the head when he com
plained the other day that British
Columbia is not fairly represented
in the Senate. The Island has for
years had two members in that
body, while the mainland, with a
vastly greater area, and population
ha* had only one senator. The
time is opportune for a change, and
we consider Vancouver or Westminster Bhould be recognised in the
new representation. Westminster
advocates the claim.- ol J, C, Hrown
and he is certainly one of the best
men that could be selected, while
his claims on the Liberal party are
ol the strongest, The Vancouver
Liberals are supporting 11 Kelly,
the well-known merchant, Mr.
Kelly has been one if Ihe bulwarks
of the Liberal party, is a first-class
business man and i; highly esteemed by those who know him
best, If population is consi ■ re I,
and it should be, tho claims ol
Vancouver would take first place.
Mr. Templeman contends British
Columbia is entitled to six sen itorc
and we believe he i- right. In that
case both Messrs. Kelly nnd Hrown
could be appointed. Another
senator should be selected lo represent the Boundary, and one fur
Kootenay. It is to be hoped, now
that Mr. Templeman is in the
Cabinet, he will take steps lo have
eflect given to his views in this
respect.
KOOTENAY  CENTRA I,  RAILWAY,
In undertaking the building of
the Kootenay Central Railway the
C. I'. R, if undertaking a work that
will have a big effect in Increasing
the mineral output ol eastern
British Columbia.   In the Upper
Columbia valley nnd tributary
therein, between tlolden and the
Crows' .Nest Railway, nre huge
areas of mineral country, Several
of the oro budies in this section
have been developed, n.-id there are
large quantities of ore in sight and
ready to ship. Theso mines have
lain d. iiiiiii ii I for want of transportation. This new railway will
solve iln- ililliciilty. There are
tlso large areas of fertile land in
that section and much of il is well
idapted to the culture of the hardier fruits such as winter apples,
which are suitable for the British
market. Mr. Sharpe, of the Dominion Experimental farm at Agassiz,
lias shown his faith in the tipper
Columbia valley by taking up land
which he intends planting with the
best export varieties of apples,
satisfied that they will do well
Now that the contract for the lirst
section of the road from tlolden
has been let, to lie completed in
May, other contracts will no doubt
rapidly follow and it is probable
the road will be opened for traffic
by next year. An important feature of this road lo tbe C. P. R. is
that it will form direct connection
between the main line and the
American roads via the new line
which the C. P. II. has built from
Yakh to Spokane, and will thus be
a valuable adjunct in promoting
tourist travel between (he States
and British Columbia.
THREE VALLEY.
l-'riini inn-mvii correspondent.
The ice is lust disappearing Irom
the lake, and the soutli end is open
The Mundy Lumbor Co. hnve made
their lirst "splash" for this season, and
there are now several hundred
thousand Ieet ol logs in the hike.
Fires will be put under tho boilers on
Monday, 2(lth inst., and the innohin-
ei'}' turned over a little every day, and
if nothing untoward happen, the mills
will start cutting the 2nd ol April.
Arrangements have been made to
house at hast fifty nCore men this
season, as the Company will run n
double eliift. There me already several applications for houses, many ot
the new employees being married
men.
Mr, Mundy'.s house is nearly finished
—the painters beine the only men at
work on the building. It is well
constructed, being fitted with all
modern improvements, save elevators
and electric bells, The contract for
the sewerage and electric light work
was carried out by the Win, Lawrence
Hardware Co., who also have the
contract for the wnter supply, whiel
will make ijuite a reduction in insur
ance premiums. The contract in
eludes piping the yards and mills
with I inch pipes, and installing 21
in. hydrants.
Ii only the C P. R, would run
convenient trains there would be no
plensanter place to speud a week than
at Three Valley.
Mr, ilrant, the new superintendent,
has brought his family here.
There hn-  I n   an  epidemic  ol
measles, and both of Mr. Mun ly -
little girls have been down with it.
The present case i-Mr lin--- daugh
ter,
It ii stated thai the C P.R, are
going to build a home and place an
agent in charge. It will bo wnie
distance from the village, bul ii is
better than nothing. It is quite time
there wot an agent here, as it is very
inconvenient, doing buiincii with the
shipping point 16 miles away, With
increased trntlic it is hoped thai the
C.I'.R. will see their «.iy clear to
trrangofor a sidewalk to the new
depot.
It Is estimated that the .Mundy
Lumber Co. will saw twenty millions
this season and in addition will cut
twenty-five millions ol shingles. Tlmy
are already figurine, on extending
their yard space.
The tug " Commodore .McRae" has
been the laid up for tho winter, but
will be launched during this week. It
will help break the ice.
Nothing better than "Our Speoial,"
Remember the Firth-Eaton Concert
nt the Opera House on Saturday night,
Garden rnkes, hoes nnd spades, nt
Uounic Urns.
FRUIT GROWING
British Columbia Raises Best
Fruit in Canada.
Speaking at the annual convention
ol the Northwestern Fruit Orowers'
Association, held ut La Grande, Ore.,
Maxwell Smith, Dominion Fruit Inspector said : "1 ask your indulgence
while I say a word or two about the
fruit industry in our largest and, as
many of us believe, best province, viz.,
British Columbia Here is the paradise of the Canadian fruit grower nut-
withstanding the merits of the far-
famed Niagara peninsula of Ontario
and the Annapolis valley in Nova
Scotia. Tbe growing of apples, pears,
prunes,' peaches, plums, nectarines,
oherries and small fruit* has already
-cached a commercial basis, and
grapes, apricots and other delicate
Iruits and nuts have been successfully
rown in many districts. The black
Hamburg grape is being successfully
raised In the open ut Keremeos in the
Similkameen Valley, nnd splendid
apples are grown 400 miles north ol
Vancouver, and this may be far short
of the limit.
' In .11104, there were only about
14,000 acres in the whole province producing Iruit, and thc revenue from
that amounted to some $600,000. In
11)05 the area hud been increased to
about 20,000 acres and, owing to the
excellent quality and good prices realized, the total revenue would net close
on $1,000,000. Some $500,000 was
also expended in the purchase and
improvement of fruit lands in the province during the past year.
" In 1905 the fall apples were sold
at $1 per box, the bulk of the early
winter varieties brohgbt $1.25 and
now $1.50 per box f. u. b, shipping
point is being paid for grade No. 1 B.
C. apples. 1 refer to tbe ordinary
stock and not to specially selected
choice shipments.
" With the rapidly developing prairie provinces of Athabasca, Alberta,
Saskatchewan and Manitoba, containing IIS5,000,000 acres and capable of
supporting unt,-I,I millions of people,
lying between the Rocky Mountains
and the Great Lukes, surely fruit
growing in British Columbia hns a
bright future, and over-production is
well-nigh an impossibility with such
a market at our very dour.
"That the Pacific Province pr. duces
a fruit of the highest quality, can be
shown by the fact that for the past
two years in succession ll. C. fruit lias
carried off the gold medals from the
Royal Horticultural Society in London, Eng., against nil competitors."
UTILISING* THE LOVER,
Billy Murphy was a little sweet on
Kitty Casey ; so when Mrs, Casey
came upon liiin lenniiig over the yard
rails, watching Kitty milk, and cordially invited him in to tea. he gladly
accepted, At ten tlie Casey family tat
round the table eating notl ing
watching carefully u Mrs Cssey
pressed so lie.- on Hiiiy. At, ,i hit,
Bill; il,, ate i I it -.-,< said. Billy lelt
shy at eating alone, but could not
refuse the hospitality, Presently Mrs.
Casey inquired earnestly Don't ye
feel bad Billy?' V was tl ■
dering reply, Then it must have
bin ,-rani,   I  tartl ei     she said and
ai ily  looked   visibly    -
Tin-ii Kitty e plaii ed      - ■ .- I tin
arsenic  and   irami        tirl
mixed,' she sue!     ■■ ,-  -.-.
ivlijch one we used for thei - ties- ■'
"So .V,- arsked yei to ten Bil aid
i mger Casi ll muster bin the
m,i .- i •   ■     tddi I i.
...mm ,   ipe tor Gord il vim
sd H. -.-. .is he bolted     mi    - in
vhile  tl„-  Caseys, mil,  tin-
.,    irsting dam il i tt
tie- scones.
Pioases ovory smoker tho " Haroa
Vuolta.
Remember the Firth-Eaton Concert
ni the Opors Hon.-,-, Saturday night,
March 31st,
GaltCoal
Owing to a strike at the mine and
thc impossibility ol gelling supplies at
present,! am obliged to stop selling
at reduced prices. Customers can be
supplied at tho old prices while the
stock lasts.
J. C. Hutchison,
SECOND STREET.
THE CITY EXPRESS
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prompt delivory of parcels, baggage,
etc., to any part of the City.
Any Kind of Transferring
TELEPHONE NO. 7.
Jas. I. Woodrow,
BUTCHER.
Retail Dealer In
BEEP,   PORK,
MUTTON, Elc.
Fish and Game in Season.
All orders promptly tilled,
IftVCLOlUIlt,   D.   U.,   nnd King streets
The Money Saving
Work Saving Soap
That's Royal Crown kind-
made in Vancouver— Largest
Soup Factory west, of Winnipeg,     House   cleaning   and
washing are easy withjitshelp.
And the money saving is the
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give lor
lloval Crown Wrappers. Send
lor it—Free—Also try the
Soap,
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B, C,
Hn Ynu rece've y°ur Mail-
H I-: ii a I, i) regularly
and "on time?" If not, kindly
notify the office at once, either
Phone 13 or by postal.
Nothing bui
Cane Sugar
enters into
Sugar Diamonds
fry Wn grow the cane onourown
%4 Estates and refine the Sugar
specially to produce this superior table sugar.    Sold by all
grocers in :1b sealed package.
i
T. P^QIE,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Repairs lo Bouts and Shoes, Harness,
Belling, etc., promptly made.
Next Allllin's Jewelry Store, McKenzie Avenue, Rcvelstuke.
NOTICE.
IN THK MtT'l'lilt OF AN AI'l'l.lCATIIlN
l l,,i- (In- issue ol it duplicate of tlio Ccrtlttcato
nf'1'ltlo I,. I'm! (76 foot by m foot) of Lot 1142,
(Iroupl, In the district of Kootonny.
NOTllT. IS IIKKKIIV UIVKN Unit II Is my
intention to issue alter tin- expiration ol olio
month (rout tin- first piililirntion hereof n ilupii-
r.tteof the Certifies..* „( Tide n, the above lnmls
In tile n.-i in,- of .liuiies Anson MOKUO, which Certiti-
ratr is ilnteil lite Illll ilny ul August, 1101, nml
ilillliltereil ftl-lA,
"II. V. MiCUtOD."
Uml Registry Office, Nelson II. (.'.,
District Reitistrnr.
1st. Miirelt, Kin, Hp .'1
NOTICE
NOTICE Is hereby given Unit .sixty tlaya after
date I intend to apply to tlie Hon. child
Commissioner of Lands and Works fur permission
to purchase the following described lands fur
pastoral purposes, same Winn   situated  near
i.att'lia Ilny, ml jci hli tit; Lots 2445, 7044 and 711.'!,
(escribed as follows; aRB       ."~ ata
Coimnencing at |Hie smith-past cornet (of Lot
244ft, tlience north tn north-easl corner of I.ni
244"), tlience east40chains,-then?e south hojicItalus
to Lot 7044, thencejlwest, 4ii chains t<> point nf
I'omim'iiiTin.int-. B
iR-liruary.^l, 190WH)
T, LUDGATE.]
Wi ap »4
NOTICE-
NOTICK IS HKHERY GIVKN that thirty
days after datfl I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands aud Works for a
special license to cut and carry away timber
from the folio wIuk described lauds in West
Kootenay District:—
l. Commencing at it post marked "11. lllytli
and 0. It. Kirk's smith west corner post," planted
about Hid yards west of Mosquito Creek, tlience
north si) ehaiiis, theuce east 80 chains, tlience
soutli so chains, thonce west mi chains U point of
commencement,
i, Commencing at a post marked "ll. Blyth
aniic. li. Kirk's south east corner post," planted
about 1800 yards west of Mosquito Creek, tlienc
mirth so chains, tlience west su chains, tlienc
south 80 clmins, thonce east So chains to point nf
commencement,
Dated .March *H itHHl.
BERT BLYTH,
C. li. KIRK.
NOTICE.
VTOTICE is hereby glvou that, 30 days after
i\ date, I intend to apply to tbe Chief Commissioner uf Lands and Works for a.special
license to cut and carry away timber from the
following described lands situated on west
slope or Halfway Creek running Into Arrow
Lake iu West Kcioteuuy district:—
t. Commencing about 3 nf a mile north from ij.
(!. Burrlilge's south west corner post and marked
"A. Edgar's nortli east corner post," thence .soulli
80 chums, SO ehains west, 80 chains north, 80
chains east tn {mint nf ctinuueiicemeut.
2. Commencing at a post planted about 18
chains south of ft, O. Burrldge's north west corner and marked "A. Edgars south east corner
post," thence north 80 clmins, west so chains,
tbenee smith Si) ehains, tbenee east 80 chains to
point of i-nllinieiiceilll'llt.
II. Commencing at a post planted about J of a
mile west from H. McCorraack a soutli west corner
and market) "A. Edgar's," running mirth 80 ehains,
west 80 chains, tlience south 80 chaius, thence
east So chains tn point of commencement.
Dated this 5th day of March, 1900.
A, EDGAR, Locator,
NOTICE
N'
NOTICE,
! reeks  I im taking over the
1      i Laundrj ami 1 will not be
|el'- ci nn icted bj Wall chin
K--
VI" CHUNG.
LAND NOTICES
-yon, i. - m--..m. -inn thai  ihtj ilaysafter
^\   I i'lo-ii.t',,].!,!,-.. ,i„.   hlef Conunlsaloner
- i  .      .     ' rl        ■ ■ 'i-nilmi„n Ui purchase
-.--I lands -,,i Hi,- i'"!<iiiiI,Ih
r-nnnnenc.il .....   chains „f the
I, ui.i K. railws . il  i mile uoril,,.(
ir...«ii,...i  im-iori   n   M...I..', s s.Miih west
halm thence easl
...      th I      tins, thence pesl 10
-. i. •   •., .nt
h  IJJ.I '!
|, 1V001 -l I
Pel  ,   i   ,,     ... \... ..-
Nolli K Is lm
ilale I intenil in ippl  -. tin ' hlef Ciimmli
I ,'ttl  l.i [Mil
■  , the i ..lm,;
. H       - -■   ■'-      i.   ■
-   hi
I. ami K. li mil i hall
.     -I,     J     \.:     -M    ,|     ,   ,.!■.,I        I     \|, I'ililOtAtii ,
'I.     ...... ...
'.      II,,,.,
the .,-■■' ■ - inewn.nl
i,,,..i M
i  it PINKUAM,
I'.- « i o.,,e.„. tmnl
NflTIi ly       altei
.1,,,    - tol     - ., ■'   '   ,i
im--,",,,-,  - I - r pel
...... i •
in arlin  •• rth w,., k   t,
■    . :. ,1ns t thi
,1   mil K. nttlwe ii   two mil,-- ,„.r'l,,.(
. .i.ot.li welt
....... post     tone, : thence ei it
l'ii-li:,,i,-, '    ',        ...-  i,
t-hainil
Rateil .1    . -■
w V 0O1I.V1K,
Noll, 1
1,1,,-1 ■■ nthei   efCommls
.inuiTi.f !ji„,i- ,,,'! tVoriu for pfirmiiilon to nn,
chase U„- Iol lesct tail hums -.„ thsl'nl.
■   • i-   ten
fliimmenelni il > p il •- Ithln i rn chaini -,f the
A „,iii K rail- , I i( ilsiut i.w„ ami ., hall
miles north n( irrnwheail marked 'A. .lohnson'i
lotith wost corner post," thonce north n,-lions
thenco oasl   in -1    thenco wtithlO ,-ltiilns,
thonce west t„ - halns to placo,,( ,,,iii„i,,i„ out.
In,...  Mi„l, |,;,|,  nm.
\   JOHNSON,
1-,-r W  I' O((llrl0i !,"-„l
N OTIOK I, hereby given thai slity days aftor
,i,i, I Intend to npplyto the Chlof (fimimls
,1 , nl kntls anil w„riis for permission In pur
eliasn tho follnwlngdescrlliotl lands nn the Uiihinc
iii;, river, North .vosl l<„„! y:
tiinnmenclhg o n nnsl tvlthln two,halns nf tin-
1 nml li railway line ,1 1 thr lilies north nf
trrnwl ,1, marked   II t   ll mm M i, „,.„t
„- i-t
»,",! Ill
rp,;
oli  l„
liirhalii ,tlioncosoutl Iinlm
t-hainstti placo „f noniinoncoi i
Hated March mil,, 11)00,
in
K  ,1   IIAIKIUN.
UlTAI, OltANGE LODGB No. 1(158.
I'egular ineetingi are hold In the
oildlcllmvs Iinil on tho Third Friday of each iniuitli, his p. in. sharp.
Visiting tirelliieii enrdiiilliinvileil.
.1 A.AOIIKSON, IV. M
11. J. TAGUEKT, Rcc.-Se,-.
KOOTENAY SI'AK, K. II. P,
Meets nn Slrst Tuesdav of every ninntli, In
1. (I. 0. I', Hall.
.1. A0HH8ON, W, I'.
It, J. TAIIUKltT, Kns.
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 26, Revelitoke, B. C.
MEETS EVEItV WEDNESDAY
In ii,l,llell,„is' Hall at 8
o'clock VIsitliiK Knights sn-
cordially invited.
K. W. H. PAGET, Cd.
O. H. IHCOCK, K. of it. \ S.
H. A. I1HOWN, M. ol ft,
Kootenav LodKe No. IS A F,S A.M.
The regular moot-
tugs aro held In thc
Masonic Temple,
Jdd Follows HslI,on
the third Monday In
each month at S
p.m. Vlsltingbroth-
ren cordially wel
eomed
C. A. PHOOUNIKK, Skckrtahv,
SELKIRK ioDGI, NO It, 1.6.0. F.
Meets overyTlnirsdn
evciilngiiiOiitlFellnivs
Hall at 8 o'cloek
Visiting brethren c.ir
dinlly Invited to al
lend
It. MAfiDONAM), N.G.        J. MATHIE, Sue
WOOD YARD
l have Btarted a permanent Wood
Yard on Third street. Willi mv pusl
experience I hope to be in a position
to satisfy all requirements of customers. Dry cord wood kept in stock and
supplied in any lengths at reduced
prices for cash.
R. SAMSON,
RE"OPENED !
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FIRST STREET.
Orders for Beef and Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and small goods
will receive prompt attention.
OTIOK is hereby given that, 80 days ufter
_ . dato, wo intend to apply to tie Houonihle
the Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works
for a spocial license in cot and carry away timber from tho following doscribod laud? ;—
1. Starting at a postmarked "Y.C.L. Co,'j
northeast corner post," planted at a point 10
chains south of the Nakusp and Slocan Ry.,
between the 8 and 9 mile boards, beside n.
Irwin's north-west corner, thence west 40ehaius,
theoce south 80 ohains, east 120 chains, north
40 chains, west 80 chains, north 40 chains to
inintofconnneucement.
2. StartluKat a postmarked "Y.C.L, Co.'s
north-west corner post," planted nt a paint 80
chains smith of the 1st location aud H. Irwiu's
post and 00 chaius south of the Nakusp and
Slocan Ry, between the 8 and 9 mile boards,
thonco south in chaius, east 160 chains, south
(0chains, west 40 chains, north 80 chaius, west
SOchains to point uf commencement.
THE YALK COLOMBIA LUMHER CO.
Dated at Nakusp, IU'.- Jau. 3rd, 1906.  M'.m28
Something Pure
II you are looking lor Pure
Honey we have just opened up
a consignment of   Ontario
HONEY   IN   THE   OOMB
in 1 lb. boxes, or in 5 lb. cans
"Guaranteed Pure."
CANNED  QOOD8
Our Canned Goods are second
to none, and more than that
we "Guarantee every Can."
HOBSON & BELL,
GROCERS, BAKER8 AND CONFECTIONERS.
MISS GARVIN,
TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE
Engagements aecejited for At-
Homes oVc. Theory LcssonB a
specially. Pupils now enrolled for
the new year.
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought;
Gash Prices Paia
F.  B.  WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Richard R. Copeland
JOBHING CARPENTEK)
AND OABINETMAKBil
Mantles, Shelving, ^Slnrm  Doors, etc
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Third Street Bast, Revelstoke
I2tc
Halcyon Hot Springs
^Sanitarium.
Under the new iniiiiiigeinciitfof
IIakky MoIntosh,  Hoffman  House
Rossland,
mHE MEDICAL WATERS of Hal-
X. cyon are the most curative in the
world. A perfect, nutiiial remedy for
till Neivous and Musculur diseases,
Liver, Kidney und StmnaeJi ailments
and Metallic Poisoning;, A sure cure
for "That Tired Keeling." Special
rates on all limits and trains. Two
mails ai rive and depait every day.
Telegra h communication with all
marts of the world.
Tkkms-$12 to $18 per week.   For
further particulars apply to
harry Mcintosh
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrot* Lake. S, C
Mn. H. J Ha.ibury. Wanagress.
First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
Ltirge Diiiiiiiiroiim for
llnmniets, Suiijiers, .tc.
Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIRST STREET, BEVELSTOKE
SEE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THK SUPREME COURT OF  BRITISH
COLUMBIA;
In thn matter of Fudo Fukusbima, deceased,
and
In the matter of the "Official Administrator's
Act."
Noi ico is hereby given that by order of His
Honor.!. A. Porta, Locnl Judfio, dated the 6th
day of March, WW. Qennte Smith McCarter,
OlliciJil Ailiiiini-iniliir fur llrnt purl of Knot-
nniiy Cuiinty nimi risod within the Revelstoke
Electoral District, baB been ({ranted lottersof
administration to administer all and singular
tin) estate of Fudo Kuknshim*, deceased, intestate,
Awl further taki. notice that all rlaims ii|kiii
iim mid estate must be sent in to the paid Administrator al hi^ iillico Imperial Bank Block,
Revelstoke, H (V within 30 dnysrrom tho date
hereof, after which, time all proceeds will be
distributed among the parties lawfully thero.
miln entitled,
QEOBGK SMITH MoOARTKR,
Official Administrator,
Dated theBthdsyof March, lltfW,        Bins
The Prince Mining and
Development Company,
'!„ no ,sinni:u,,i.i,Kli
,-l, III,, i.,,i-«i m CllMI'IKr,
UeioliUike, ll C
Notice ti Itmliy |lven tlisl tl
of th. sliareluililiri of the I'rtn,
,,-i„|,iii,-i,i Cnuipany, Mrollsil
i„-|,| ,1 til,' I ..,„],,,,1'H Hill,,', i-
■toil    II   '  ,   ,„,   lV,.,lii,-.ilii,-,
'i-i- , '. n   leoe,si the i	
thi ,i',-,,,,.M, (,,, n„. purpin.0
' i  th,  - n yiii. .,,1,1 f,
,. I .nn."-. the tn.nsg.ment „f I
lliMI, ,„•(,# ll,,„ll of lho (
'l„ri„K II," f t",-M ,|.,.,   in ...
mi h iiisstlnit.
n,i...|   ,,  it,„,|,i',ii.   it t-
|.'M,M,,,, A    ll     |0W
'.'.   II   lllilivVN,
i'liililonl
I I'lllM I. MlMMI
l,iiilll,„ll,lnl,lllty.
, Fob, null igos,
Annim I Hooting
PO MIiiIiik ninl lis
l.lllllilil), Illll III,
it.t Wroot,lionet
t!„< Hilt ilny,,f
ml Iwoo'clMK ill
if Sim-linn oHlcori
nil other purpoioi
lie <'„iii|,nny,
pnny will bo glosed
-'iinii-ly preceillni
this loth ilny nf
M  HOI ITT,
Socnttry
Tho ,,is,v,.  iini I,,,, iw.
Kstiinlajr, April iitlnit. B p.m.
,„l|i.,irn,-,l   llll
NOTICK
NIlTIIK   ||   liooiliy   Klvnn   tli.it    KI   ilnys
nfiJir'Inti, w„ lotead t" ipply toilm Honor
nlilo iim I'liinf (yommliilonor of 1.00,1. nml
Work. f„r 11 s|incinl IIrnri*.,. to nil Mid rnrry
nwny tlmbnr from tin, followiiiK ilnseriliofl
liinif*, litiintoil In Wosl, Kootonny Plslricli
Cliiltli'tn-ltiK At 11 pnll insrlo-'l "II. lllytli ,in,l
('. II Kill's .Mlh,11.1 inriiH- poll,' |,l.,„l,-,l ,in
lln, sl,„r„ nl M„.,|.ill,, l,„k,', ihon, „ welt S" Cjltlni,
thnnco north 80 ,'I„iIi,h, thonce oust su rhnius,
11 too Iinloni Inlo- shore lo |»>inl of  t-
tnonrotnoiit,
III HI' III.VSII.
I    II.   KII1K.
Ilnteil I1I.I1 Poll, ll««l
WAHCHUNGS
Best Firewood in tbe City.
Shipment of Chinese Canaries Just received -Prices from 12 to $5 eaoh
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS,
NOTICK.
Completer Mineral Claim,
sitiiiitc In thn Arrow Lake .Mininn Dlvisimi nf
West Kntitonay Dislrlet.
,* Where located:—Neartthe Needles on the Lower
Arrow Lake,
Take iml in* that I, Kenneth 1,. Unmet, anenl
fur Annie KelHIier (Ailininistratrix fnr the estate
of P. II. Kolllhor ileeoased), (Special Free Miner's
Ctirtidcale Nn. ,*i27.*> Intond, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to tho Mining tteenrdor far
n f'ertitlcule nf improvements, fnr the purpose nf
nliliiiiiiiiKH Crown (Irani, of the above claim.
Aad furl hm take imtlee that action, under Bee
l imi :t?, must Ihi coimuuncetl before tlie issuanco
of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this Fifteenth day of February, 11)06.
KENNETH U. BUKNET.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
"KURTZ'S PIONEERS"
"KURTZ'S OWN"
"SPANISH BLOSSOMS"
UNION    MADE   CIGARS
MAHII.ACIIIHttl    OV
Kurtz's PioncerCigar Factory
MN, Cordova St., W.
VANCOUVER, -   -   B. C.
M.  J. HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouses & Seed Houses
VANCOUVER, B, C.
IIKAIiiJIAIITKIIH TOR PAOIKIC COAST
UIU1.VN IIAIIIlKN', KIKIj.I1 AND  KIjOWRlt
HKKIlH. New crop now lu stuck nnd on lust
III imr Kriii'iilionses. Ask vour nierclinnt for
lliein lu sniili-il inickiiirus, Ir iir- ilm-s not luuulli-
llii'iu wo will mull lid ussiii'tiiil. Do pnekots of
vot|oliilile nml lloWtr semis (imr nwi. selection,
'mini.I,- (or 11. 0, S'lnlunsl fur tl.(S), Hpcninl
prices un your hulk scwl:',
II, I'. (IIHIW'N Kltl'IT AND OI1NA-
MKNTAI, T'KKKH now ronrly for sprliin
.hiiJinont.
Mini nimi slock of Iwo nnd thrco-ycitr Apple
Trots al imun por 100, lisu.uu iwr i,wii; Say.
mini I'Iiiiiis, ll.'iii i-'i'li; Italian Priinu, Iwo-
yenr, line. ti'i.'Hi per I'll; HiiK.r I'riino, two-
yenr, line, pi.UU |i-r llll.
Kull ll.l of iillinr slisik nt r.iKiilur prices. No
i>ii>eiise, leu or delay ol fniiilKatlon or
inspection.
is'itne price your n-i before pitting your
nnler.
(Ireenhousii Hank Hor Work, B.0Supplies,
Krult I'ackairrs, Fgrtlllsors, oto
catalooOk khkk.
Nl. J, HENRY
MO, WESTMINSTER R0AII, VANC0lVI.il, I, C,
Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
TMsei-Tlcei "flower Pot.
P'«t«« UmbroUa Standi
Baskets Lunch Baikots
Cane Chairs 8moklni} Jackets
Handkerchtofi Silk Ooodi.
GOLD FISH
Finest stock of candles and fruit* in town,
Front Street, Revelttokt
TWO MEN
MAY LOOK
ALIKE
Tlie one will lie Imiiesl uml
relhilile. The other que.s-
llonalild. So with limits.
All Bonis that look well
nre nnl honest,
Leekle's Boots urn all
leather nnd imule to meet
western liiqiiireiiieiits. The
log(rer, the prospeclnr and
(lie miner can ili-pciiil on
theni when far from the
Inisy haunts of mon.
Ask your dealer for "LCC
kle Boots" and take nn
substitute.
MANUFACTURED IIY
J. LECKIE CO.,  Ltd.,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
JN   nil
Chltflio
NOTICE
OTICE Is hereby ifivon that thirty days
fter date we Intend to apply to the Hon.
Chllf Commissioner of Lends unu Works for a
special lleeuso to cut and carry away timber
from the follnwiiiK described lands in the Din*
trictof WestKoolunay:
I, (loiiiuienclnicatn post marked "Arrowhead
Lumber Go., Ltd. Nnrth-wuitt corner post" nlnnted
near the mouth of Deep Creek near llie aliore of
Cpper Armw !>ak»; IheiiceVoiith fill rlialmi: tlience
east H"i clialiis; thence mirth Wl chains; tlienc" west
Kii ehiiliis to the |ioJn| of coimm'ticemeiit.
I. I'uiiiiin'iii'iii;: at a pout marked '"Arrowhead
Luinlier Co.| Ltd. Nml h-west comer pout1, planted
About 100 chains smith from the month of Deep
Creek where It empties Into Upper Arrow Lake;
thtoice -.unlll 8ii chain*; thence eul 80rlialns;
thenee north 8»l chains; tlience west 60 ehalus to
tlie point of commencement.
IMted thin 7lh day nf March, A. IV, 1906.
ABBOWHRAD LUMBER CO., TD. MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, ll ('
THE ALPINE CLUB
The Summer School.
In connection with the now Canadian Alpine Olllb Mr. Wheeler, one ol
the leading spirits therein, linn an
attractive plan lor a Hummer school
for the graduating members of the
club whereby exercising excursions
would be taken into the mountains.
A party ol young aspirants for moun
taincoring fame will be organised
when the senson commences, and the
itinerary ot one ol their trips will be
it follows; Ijcaving Field they will
drive seven miles away to the north
ol Kicking Hone Pass, where there
will be a halt by thc lakeside for an
early lunohcon in the woods. Then
trail will be taken for the summit of
the Yoho Pais, where camps will be
made by the lovely little Yoho lake,
and there the night will be spent.
Next morning the climb to the
glacier peak called the Vice-President
will begin. The trail is lirst up
through forest, then over high, grassy,
flower-strewn alps, then rock and finally snow and ice to the crest. Here
luncheon will be served, and some time
spent in absorbing the vast territory
ol mountain tops. The descent will
be made to the camp the enme day.
There will be two Swiss guides to
eight persons—five on each rope.
Expeditions will be made tn many
places of wonder in Yoho.
The Canadian Alpine Club project
is meeting with cordial support. Mr.
J. D, Pater8on, of Woodstock, Out.,
and Sir Sanfoid Fleming will become
members.
Thc Kevelstoke members are Supt.
Kilpatrick, F. B. Lewis, C. F. Lind-
mork, C. B. SissonB, A. E. Miller, E.
A. Haggen, R. L. Haggen
Thc Province says: " The movement (or the establishment ol an Alpine Club in Western Canada Is one
which should appeal with p"culiur
force to the people of British Columbia, to the residents of the coast cities
no less than to those of the interior.
Such an institution would be a valuable auxiliary of our Tourist associations in attracting visitors to the
province and discovering to the world
the charms which now lie hidden in
our mountains. When the number
of summer tourists who every year are
drawn to Switzerland and the Tyrol
by attractions which have been pronounced, on the authority of competent judges, inferior in every respect
to those which exist in British Columbia, is considered, we can readily
realize the advantages which lie iu
making known what we have here to
offer. In the summer season British
Columbia is a veritable fairyland with
its innumerable mountain lakelets
and streams, and it cannot be many
years before we will find scattered
through the great bill resorts to which
Europe will send its holiday-seekers
in large number!, in helping forward
a knowledge of these among thc
classes in the Old World and the
United States who would naturally
take advantage ol the existence of such
places, an Alpine Club would perform
a most useful service. The fact that
the club will be formed in Winnipeg
will be rather favorable than other
wise. It shows that in that wide-awake city the people are alive to the
benefits which will result to the whole
western country by diverting the tide
ol tourist travel to our mountains,
and the prairie capital by taking the
lead in the movement has brought it
more directly to the attention of the
people in the East."
gins, or in the autumn alter it censes,
is advised.
For the hardier kinds, such us the
.lune flowering sorts and the hybrid
perpetuuls, autumn planting is preferable, The very tender kinds cun be
held in reserve for spring planting.
RAIL AND STEAMER.
R. L. Lydiatt, formerly chief clerk
in the olliee of A. Price, superintendent of transportation (or the C. P. K,,
will this week assume his new duties
us inspector of trains ol western lines.
The creation of this olliee was decided
on at the recent conlerence of the
ollicials of the company in Field und
Mr. Lydiatt was suggested as a competent official of the company to fill it.
The new boat for Okanagan lake
will be 1110 feet long by lit) feet beam
and 9 leet deep, with two 20 inch engines with eight foot stroke nnd boilers
8(1 inches In diameter and 21! (eet long.
She will be splendidly equipped us a
lirst-clnss passenger bout, will have
sleeping accommodation for 75 passengers and will have a speed of 18 or 20
miles an hour. The barges will be 110
leet by 22 and six feet deep, and will
curry most of the freight. Fust freight
will be carried by the steamer. Most
of the material is being secured from
S. 0. Smith, whose work in fitting up
the s.s, Aberdeen some years ago was
satisfactory that the company feel
fully justified in patronizing a local
industry uguin. Tlie work should be
completed by October or November
next.
The C. P. R, is making arrangements to put a new boat on the
Kootenay lake this summer. The
vessel will be 212 feet long, with two
decks nnd an observation cabin, und
seventy-live staterooms. She will
make the trip from Kootenay landing
to Nelson in three hours.
(strict* isti
Bt«
FIRST ANNUAL REPORT
SHOE
DEALERS
OF
Our stnlV
the  ruad  i
samples ol
salesmen  will  be
a   few  dais with
MAPLE LEAF
RUBBERS
Don't place your orders until you
have seen the New Models. They
are great sellers,
J. LECKIE CO., LTD.
Selling Agents for the West.
Vancouver, B. C.
Uyi^HJjp
Pleases every smoker the " Harca
Vuelta."
McKenzie
and
Martin
THE  GROCERS
Dealers in FRUITS
OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON
Vernon,B.C
CULTURE OF ROSES
Roiei are great eaten, if you would
have perfect flowers, in profusion, it is
imperatively necessary that you feed
your plants well,
Nothing in the way of fertilizers
suits them so well as old thoroughly
rotted cow manure. That which is
black and crumbles readily under the
application of the hoe is the ideal food
for this plaut. It should be until in
liberal quantities and worked into the
toil well, Fresh manure should never
be used, except as a mulch.
When manure from the cow stable
cannot be obtained, guano or bone
meal can be substituted with good
results, The dealer ol whom you purchase these fertilizers will tell you how
much to use, as he understands the
itrength of the grade ho handles.
Those who live in the eity will, as a
general thing, find it necessary to depend upon one or the othor ot these
fertilizers Ior rose food,
Roses grown for tlm market lu the
open ground ought, if possible, to lie
planted while dormant. To lift a plant
alter growth begins it to give il a check
so severe that it will be a long time iu
recovering Irom it. Thurelore, planting early in spring, before growth bt-
The Burrard Sanitarium Limited
And Second Report for the Institution,
THE 11 HOTEL
Arrowhead, B. C.
Charmingly situated ou the shores
of Arrow Luke.
Good Trout Fishing,
Hunts always for hire.
Sample Rooms in connection.
First-class house for Tourists und
Commercial men.
W. J. Lightburne, Proprietor
V
REGISTERED TRADE MARK
Union-made
Garments
for  .  .
Working-men
"BUCK llItANI)" Winking
Shirts and Overalls   lour   own
Manufacture),
Splendid Socks and the mosl
comfortable underwear.
Our Hniocks, too, are u little
stronger than anything you have
seen heretofore,
We also bundle just ns good
heavy Gloves,
These lines are for sale retail
by all good dealers,
Wm. J. McMaster & Sons
LTD ,
MANUFACTURERS     .
VANCOUVER,     B.    C.
JYNorSIS UF KEQUIjATIONS gov-
b'UNlNO THE Dltil'Ub.\L Olf DOMINION LANDS WITHIN 1'Uifi
liAlLWAX LELT LN TUB PROVINCE Ui*' LK1T1SH CULU.UU1A.
A LICENSE to uul Umber uua be ac-
.lulrui uiny ul putiiii; competition. A
icuUl ul vj pt-r ayuuiti milu i» Limit**.
iur ull umber beruia except Muse sau
uiud west ut I'ule iur wtilcu tlie ienu. is
<u tue rate ui j eelUB pm aura per uuliuiu.
lu aUunion lu tue lental, iiues ut Uie
iw.iuwuiej rules are uaarged;—
bawn luiiiLn-r, iw ueius per thousunu
iwi ISM,
ttahmo ties, eiyiit and nine loet ioi.g,
I i-: una 1 3-4 cents eacfc.
biungie Bolts, -i- C©UtS a curd.
All other piudueis, ii per cent uu tins
sales.
A license is issuuii su suuu us u uui.u
is grunted, LjUL m surveyed tetritory in-
uinuur can be cut uu u 1)61'tU uulii Uie
iicciibcu baa made u survej tliereul.
I'ui'unis iu cut uiauMi uu uisu granted
ut puuiic competition, except in toe case
ut actual settlers, wno reuuiio tue tlm-
....  I-.;- mell' uwii use.
Settlers and others may uisu obtain
permits iu cm up tu i«u cuius ut wuod iur
suic   w i Uu- u t  coiiipe uuun.
ine auc-a payuuie under u permit are
J1,6U per Uiuusuud leet li.il., iur square
iimutr and sawiogs ui uny wood except oak; irom 1-2 iu 11-2 etuis ver llneai
iuui for building logs; irom tf 1*2 tu -«
cents per cuid iur wuud; 1 cent iur iei.ee
jjusls; 2 ceiiis iur railway Lies; ana do
cents per curd tur Bmhgle uulis.
Leases iur grazing purposes ure issueu
fur a leim ul twenty-one years, ai a
rental ui two cents per acre P«r annum.
Coal lands muy be purchased ai *iv
per acre iur suil euui aiiu **■*> Iur aiiunu-
eite. isut uiuie than «^i acres may ue
acquired o> one individual ur company,
hoyalty at the rale ul Ij ct-nts per tun
ul iiWU puiimia is collected oil Lie grosa
-JULpUl.
Lutnes for land tur agricultural purposes may be madu peisoflaiiy ul the >o-
cui land uihee lui the u.siriei in wnicn
ihe land iu ue taken uy Is situutcu, ui
il the homesteader desires, he may, un
ujjpiKuuun tu the ALuisier ui the interim
ui Ottawa, the Commissioner ot Immlgiu-
liun ut .iiMiipeg, ur Uie iueui uyeui tul
the District., Within wlucu uiu land u
Situated, receive uuUiority iur sume one
lu make entry for mm.
A tee ul *lu is charged Iur humesiead
en Lry.
A settler wliu lias received an entry wi
a Humesiead, is required tu perform tne
cundiLiuiLs cuuuected therewith uuuer one
ui the following plans:—
{[) At leusi su Uiuutiis' residence upun
und cultivation ui the land in eucii )vui
during tne lerm ut turee years.
ti is me practice ui the Department i"
rtiiiinre a settler Lu bring lu acres unuei
cultivation, bui it he preiers he muy sou-
StltUtQ SlucK, and Jv head ut eallle, iu ue
actually Jus uwn property, witn build, n tea
iur their uccuinmudauuii, will be rfeQUil •■
ItlaL'Ud ul   cuiUvuiiuu.
(2j n the father tor mother, If ihe fa-
Uier is deceased; ui uii> person wnu is
eligible lu make a homestead entry uuder
the provisions Ol   llie Acl,   resides   upun
a farm ln Uie vicinity ui ihe land entered for by such person us a homestead,
ihe requirements uf the Act as tu residence prior to ubiuinlug putem may he
suiisued by BUOh pei'flOD residing With Un
father ur mother,
till 11 tbe BOtUer bus his peruiuu'-ni
residence upuu lurmmg land uwned by
him iu the vicinity of his nonius lead, Uie
rey ul rem ems ui the Act as lo residence
may be sutislled by residence upun Uie
said land.
Applieutlun fur patent shuuid be mmle
at the end oi three years before the local
agent, sub-agent ur u homestead inspector.
Before making u|i; ilcatlon for a patent,
the settler must give six months' notice
in writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his intention to do so.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Inter'O".
Ottawa. Februray 14th. 1805.
A PHENOMENAL RECORD,
ITPWAHDS of one hundred surgical operations were performed, all with
U complete success, and only one doatli oul ofovor two hundred patlonts
treated, Seven patlonts wore In lho Siiiiilai'luni al the opening of the year,
an were admitted dnrlng ilu-yen-, making n total of 212 treated, Of those UU
were malos ami I III females. I 12 wore surgical, si niodloai uud III obstelrloal,
12 imiii'iiis i-onialiied In al llie close of the your.
Tin- inini days treatmenl were Mini, nn average of III. HI days par patient,
dm nl' the 212 patients Ireated only one death occurred being less than
| por cent,   This one death wus dm, in suppurativa pyelitis, complicated with
lu'iii-i disease.
Patients were admitted from the following localities:
LOCALITIES
Vancouver IIS  Ladnor 2   I'oi-t Hauoy
Vananda Bay 1   Now Westmlnstoi'    i!  Aider Grove
Kamloops I   Colllngwood 1   Llllooet
Alberni I  Brandon I   Mautlow, Man,
VauGnnd I   Barnaul I   lliu-i-iot Bay
Washington State        I   Wciihatu Island       I   SeatUo, Wash,
North Vancouver I   Hock Bay I   Dawson
(Vnli-.il Park I   Salmon Ann I   Lytton
Lttdyemltli 2  l',,i-t llm md        I   Loduc, Alta,
Lund I   .Mi. Lehman I   Rovelstoko
-Vllin 2 Calgary :i   Roofer Station
Hock Bay I   Ditlabury, Alia,        I   Snuris, Man,
Bpwoi'th 1   Ohilliwnck :i  NiuisRIver
Sudbury l   Miami, Man. 1   Eburno
Si nerliind li White Horse, Yukon I
The Baths und Jlussiigo Depat'tmenl have been eminently successful
under tho management of Miss Mllllngton. During the year, l).il treatments
were given, uiul us the patronage bus gradually Incyoused, il bus become necessary tn engage an assistant. Early in the year a souvenh' prospectus was
published and copies mailed lo the iiiiiny friends of tho Institution,
The olllci-s, reception rooms, hulls, mul most of the private wards hnve
been neatly painted and decorated, adding greatly to Iheir appearance. The
inccense of our work in the Kusi End lms necessitated the opening of branch
offices in that part of the city I'm- Ilu nvenlonco of our patrons,
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
EEVBLTSOKE, B. C.
HOTEL VICTORIA
lUndeiJ New   Management)
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   C
First-olat accommodation for travellers.
liest brands   of   Wines,   Spirits,   and
Cigars.
RATES $1 AND $150 PER DAY
FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS
'tt iti 1*1*1 iti iti (I'i iti ,Ti iti iti iti iti iti iti ti'i iti it. it. it. iti iti it. tti iti iti tti
•p-rFTPTp -p-p •"{"■J? 9 9 Vt'pt VTT^T^-pcrp-rj?-*p W
The Leading Merchant Tailors
Don't order a Suit because it is cheap. Order it
because it will be becoming, fashionable, durable and
r comfortable. The best is the cheapest. Wc make the
'. best. In making a Suit we give advice when wanted and
-. we accept advice when a customer desires to give it.
^ Every now and then you are confronted with the
+ question, " Who's Your Tailor"—Cresssman & Morrison,
+ of course. »
I     Cressman & Morrison
'. .-1*. ,'T. .-fr. .'t..-!-. .-1-..-!-..-!-. .-I'i .*r. ."l-i ii-. .-I1, it, ,t, i'i..'
"'WTWT'l'TV'fW'PT'l19*
11 OPENED
REMODELED
Union /fofe/ Restaurant
Mrs. McKitrick, Manageress.
Open at all hours.
Meal Tickets ssued.
Short Orders tastefully served,
Rates Moderate
-GRIFFON KNIVES"
Mmli'of '•lirilt'.iii Uuwr Sh-i-1 rin-y
imiii an edge longer tlinn any ttilfo
luiulo.  Full i*i**iii!iiiiii!. All styles,
Lawrence Hardware Co,
ii. c
Llmllod.
REVELSTOKE
If You Are Not Able
To attend to the writing of Advertisements yourself, send in your
ideas to us. We will put the matter in shape for you, and we think
we can please you,
INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
Revelstoke, B. C.
WM. J. McMASTER & SONS,
 LIMITED	
WHOLESALE   SPECIALISTS
Gloves Shirts Underwear
Socks Smocks      Blankets
Ho.se, !/2 Hose     Overalls     Dry Goods, etc.
Makers of "BUCK BRAND" Goods
ADVERTISED   EVERYWHERE
LETTER ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
Central Hotel
iaa^REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
ABRAHAMSON  BROS., PROPRIETORS.
Newly built.    First-class in every respect.   All modern convenitnett
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1.50 per Day, Special,Weekly R.tti.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $i a day.   Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT    STONE,   PROP.
Queens /fofe/
ICOMAPLIX
."'I-1 Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.j jTravcllers'to
n,Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation'at this
Hotel.
CHIEF  YOUNG,        -        -        Propriety
GET  YOUR   EYES   EXAMINED   FREE
A lurgc variety
of Glasses always
kepi in slock here
Try a pair cm
—wo guarantee a
perfcel lit.
■•■ i-
V
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If ynu require
anything in Jewelry
it is here for you,
A complete stock
j. of lho righl class
0 °' K0lH's'
J. GUY BARBER,   - Jeweller, Optician
SrY*V+*eV+fV+rVirVieY++tVi/+*V\
LOANS
NOTARIES
SIBBALD & FIELD
HAVE
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE
IN ALL PARTS OP THE CITV
INSURANCE COMOX COAL
VVyvVVyyVVyVVWVWM'.'-^W'''^r-'^'^r'-^rWAMriVrVrV
TO SUBSCRIBERS,
The Mam, IIkksi.h will bo delivered
In any purl (,(tlm cily, or mailed I"
uny address within the postal union
'or |U fill per iinniim, pnyablo in advance 'lln' olubbtng arrangements
with other papers will remain in force
lor those who prefer to have their
siilwiiripiinns Unit way,
PATENTS
■ nlitnlni'il in all rm
Trade marks
.nnl Copyrights
obtalnoil in all couiitrlusi
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Regislured Patent Attorney
Mi'tiliutilriil Atlortii-y iiii.l KngCnOBr.
Room 8, Kiiiriii-iiiiniiiiik, Qrunvlllo ab. near P.O
VANCOUVER, B, C.
A iiiwti-niil will loouro un ovoning appoint
Itltillt fur , rn)-,: wild rulitiul rail llllrillK till] llll)'
CITY LIVERY STABLES
Hack Service to any part of the City at all
hours. Rigs equipped for Sleighing Parties.
First class Single and double Rigs. Express
draying and Transferring. Saddle and Pack
horses for hire. All kinds of job work undertaken.    Wood for sale.
Stable and  Residence   Ppone 41
Hack Stand "     37
CHAS.   W.   TURNRQSS,
.Prog.
YOUR BUSINESS or YOUR LIFE
will lie lull ol wnrrie. which oould bt
tvoided by the un of
Loose Leaf Systems
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1906^
Commences   To-Morrotv,  X5hursday>
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Local and General.
II,hi. W. C. Weils, nl Golden, was
in the city yesterday.
Floods in southern California are
tying up railway trallic iur ilny*.
Arthur (iiinn, contractor on the
Beatrice mines, was in lho eity on
Monday.
The members ol No, i Fire Brigade
have purchased and installed this week
a pool table.
Geo. Wells; secretary ol the Mountain Lumbermen's Association, wns in
the city on Monday,
By request the chililivn ol St.
Andrew1! Sundty school will repeat
the operetta "Grand Pa's Birthday,"
in the church on Thursday evening
tht- 5th oi April.
The C.P.R. telegraph office on Mackenzie Avtime is just about completed. About the second week in
April the olliee will open lor the
transaction of business.
The Royal train, which will convey
His Royal Highness Prince Arthur of
Connaught Irom Vancouver to Ottawa,
passed through the city on Sunday for
Vancouver. Thi* train, which is the
finest that ever erased the continent,
consisted oi nine car.*.
William File, one of the pioneers of
Peterboro, was found dead in lied
Saturday at Keerie, Out. He was 75
year; ,-i age. Hi.* father, ihe late W.
Fife, introduced into Canada the
(anions Fife wheat, Miss File, form-
erly oiC. B. Hume k Co.'.* -tail, i* a
daughter oi deceased,
Gideon Swain, the veteran railroader
and conductor in charge ol the train
which carried Hi- Ma --ty King F.d-
wtrd through Canada in 18B2, will
celebrate his 80th birthday at Winnipeg today. Mr. Swain has been in
active railroad w„rk continuously until ihe past two ye,:-. -.:.,:. lie was
pensioned by the C. 1'. R.
Harry  Wright,  Ml' I'    witi    ind
child were climbing -> hill with an
automobile on Monday ;,i  Vancouvi
when tLe chain brokeand tl ■  n ichine
J. M. Doyle returned fnnn the coast
on Monday.
W. B Robertson camo in Irom
Gulden Monday evening.
New bylaws were made and adopted,
The retiring officers were Mrs. T. II.
Dunne,president; Mrs. league, vici
president and Mrs. Hooley, secretary
treasurer.
F. T. Abbey, Mrs. Abbey and family
of Trout Lake City, passed through
the city on Monday en route to London, Out., on a visit to their friends
and relations after mi absence of
tourteen years.
A Carnation tea given ly the young
ladies of Knox church, will be held in
the ohuroh parlors on Tuesday, April
3rd, from 3 to 5 and Irom 8 to 10 p m,
There will be contests lor afternoon
and evening, also a musical program
for the evening. Refreshments will
he served.   Admission 26c.
A meeting oi the Ladies Guild ol
St. Peters church was held at the
Rectory on Monday afternoon tor the
purpose oi electing officers for the
ensuing year. Mr.-. II. A, Brown was
elected  presidout,  Mrs.  Sturdy, vice
presidt nl and Miss Hobl retary
treasurer. It was decided to hold the
regular meeting on the 17th ol each
month. The ladies also agreed to hold
their regular y 'ly meeting on Easter
Monday for the  purpose ,-i  eleel
new officers.
Rev, J R.and Mrs. Robertson en
terttined tlie married peoplo of Knoi
congregation on Monday night. A
ran away. All the occupants Here I very pleasant evening was en yed by
thrown to tbe ground iv . M. ,,. present, An interesting gu -
Wright and th- child wen ed   contest in Presbyterianism resulted
Mr-. Wright ii confined t    hei   ed  Mn,  link   winning   Inl   prize
with the  --.- e shook, bin nol    ,\....,,,,( Mr,   11    McLennan   first
--.-,  ;-.;.- injured, t . ,.| , gentlemen,    Much  an ii e
Mr. Gi irge Willii ms   tobaceoi   I   '■  '■' uncreated by a  garni
c   :,. itreel istrpund tgaiu I    ..    :''11'1' "•" "lr-    A""r refresliiin  I
but a thsdow of hit tonnei sell illei t   md tinging ol Auld  Lang 3;   ■
night-;.:'   -I- ill   ilruggli     ith plo-       I    i    tfersedal midnight,
maine poisoning, says the Vunc  ivei *
Province:    Fur  several   days    Mr.    Nothing hetter than "Our Speoial.'
Williams' lite was despaired of, bul s
strong conititution itin -1 bin in go
stead and he pulled through thi crisis
In Mr. Williiiins' case il was n. enn ol
puis that was responsible. Since his
illti'-ss he lias been told by a dealer
lhat any call thill bulges nt the end
should be rejected. This denier says
that in his own store there are standing orders to discard all such eans and
charge theni back against the wholesaler or laelory that supplied Ilium.
Tie bulged end indicates that the can
bus not been perfectly lierincticiilly
sealed and gas had formed inside. Unpens being fermented.
Social and Personal
MUSIC
W A N T ED
«
w
I this on
u i*
, Office
A NT ED   A
general house
i ,-ti,-iv,-ii<: woman,
liildle-tignd, I" acl -i
i-iiinini don,    Apply
young
work,
Business Locals.
Onion sets and seeds at Bourne Pros.
Knkak supplies  at  Canada   Drug
Store.
Prairie Brand Flour $2,(16 Kill lb.
sack at C. II. H lime A Co.
Remember the Firth-Katun Concert
at the Opera House, Saturday night,
FURNISHED   ROOMS TO   LET
on Mackenzie Avenue.   Apply to J. Q.
sacks  ol  Wheatlots,
('. B Hume k Co.
Maedonald.
Try our 251b,
$1.1(1 per suck.
Seven Sutherland Sistors IIuir Tunic
nnd Wash, sold nt the Canada Drug
Store.
We nre too busy to write locals, but
will be pleased to show cullers sume of
the latest styles in cuts and materials,
Knighl & Ill-line.
We Iill our prescription! carefully
nnd with thoboatol Drugs—at Canada
Drug Store, on the corner.
Fresh garden seed, lawn grass, white
clover at C, li, Hume & Co.'s.
li ynu want nice now up-to-date
wall impel, see the Camilla Drug k
Hunk Co's. new spring gooda,
R. Howson it Co. are now showing
new and exclusive designs in Carpet
Squares and Ijinoletijis ior ihe coming season, Call and sec their large
and varied stock. All carpets sewn
nnd laid free ot charge. Cash or
credit.
Call and inspect our Toilet Soaps.
Choicest -tuck in town, C, ll Hume
& Co.
We always keep a large seleetiun ol
Post Cards ol local and mountain
views, also souvenir and view hooks oi
the mountains, at Canad i I nog &
Book Co.
The largest and most completi stock
f Single Harness  in   Ihe  province,
ranging in prici   Irom $13 50, if l.",i»i
$10,50 $18.00 per iott and upwards.
Also Team Harness Ir -  f28.00$3	
$32.00 $35.00, $38.00 ind up Com-
pit ti per set —Il C M- I..,.- n thc
Saddler ■ ■:' Kami
We have ••   ■-->,..    -  - .;
Moth Bags       putting
I trs etc ir.g l        then inside
I them and
-■ ring—l . k I
CITY COUNCIL.
;  . ..:   j,       thc cil
council was held on  I   I
-.:.        IcLeod
e mem bi oni cil
:  II  v. ■
ll -.mi- decided to increasi
-. ,       -", .,-      nth
- , , tlie n
wai
renewed
■
-
Campbe    ■ en -   •      	
Public M -i itteo
I h,   tende   ol  H
■■■'■-■
accepted,
In   tpplication   Irnm   No  I   Fire
llrig.nl,-  (or additional hose and hydrants nu referred to the Fin   '
and Light ,-- mmittee
A reporl Irom Chief Bain re - cent
- Hied,
Alter passing the   accounts  the
council adjourned
A few New Song
Books and Dance folios
have been put in stuck.
Anything yon want in
thc music line we will
it fnr you i
f not
stock.
Red Cross Drug Co.
YOU'RE THE DOCTOR
nnd ii i- no In vuu i" gel llie html ( ignis,v. Tobaccos I'm the money
" Thc Union" Cigar . . 5 for 50c,
Tasse's Behatna ... 5 fnr 50c,
Granda Hermanos y (Camclias) 6 for 50c,
Mclichrino Cigarettes . 35c. a package.
Nestor Cigarettes       .        pc, a package,
BROWN'S   CIGAR   STORE
Tel. 9(1 GOOD   GOODS p 0 Box 44
Building to be Open for Inspection on Friday,
Oh Friday of this week ono ol the
great enterprises ol tho city will bo
thrown wide open tor inspection, The
building ol the Railway Y.M.C.A,
has been making steady progress nil
through the winter nnd is now ready
(nr use, though lint quite complete, as
there has been sume delay In getting
material,
At two o'clock a committee ol the
board ol directors and tlie Ladies
Auxiliary will he in nttendnnce to
welcome all who wish tn Inok over the
the new structure. At eight o'clock
the iorniiil opening will take plnee,
an interesting programme has been
iirrnuged ol music nnd addrossos,
Secretary Graham, ol the Vanoouver
Y. M. C. A., Inn signified his Intention
ul being present, ho is a man of ex
ceptional ability, having the reputation ol being an oarnest platform
speaker.
Mr. Horn, secrelnry n( the Oalgary
Y. M. C. A., will nlso be present tn
Bpenk nl Y. M. (!. A. work generally,
tho Calgary peoplo being at present
actively engaged In tlie erection ol a
large modern up-to-date institution.
Mr. E. M. ('.ink. niir Revelstoko
secretary, will bo formally introduced,
ho ooiiios amongst us with testimoninls
ol llie liighosl order, having been
actively interested in V.M. C. A work
for many years, be hns been secretory
in the East Toronto Y.M.C.A. lor the
last ten years where he was a popular
favorite amongst the hoys and Rcvelstuke may consider itself fortunate ii
having secured such nn efficient nun
lor their general secretary.
On Saturday afternoon there wil
bo another oppoitunity for the Indies
to visit tlie building, when a talk will
lie made hy the visiting secretaries at
3.30 p.m. to all the ladies who arc
interested in association work. At five
o'clock there will be a talk to hoyi
Ironi 14 to 10 years ol age. On Sun
day there will he a meet ing for men at
-1 p.m., for further particulars boo
posters.
DIED FIGHTING.
San I-'iiam iscii, March 25.—A dis
patch to the Chronicle irom Los
Angeles says:
-News lias reached this city ol  Ihe
murder of live members nf the family
oi Pedro Men, president of La Dura,
in Sntiora, Mexico, nnd brother-in-law
oi Frederick Hartrhan, president of the
William Hoege Company ol Los Angeles, and two others, who wero massacred by Indians within a lew miles
of their home, and their bodies left in
tlie roadway between  Ortiz and   Ln
Dura until a  sufficient   number
Mexican troops could be sent to over-
n   aiding outlaws and bring in
The names of the killed
. -■    . Pedro  M'v.n,  presidont ot
,   . .     , rich mining contractor and
-     [ thi      -  prominent men in the
ditl icl  Sei  -i Elvira  Me/.n. wile oi
-. n    i.i- Carmen, Et
itchetts   M"m    eighteen,
twi 'i  ••:.'., thn,- (-ears ol age,
Mr- Wencestas Uml'
an old friend ■:' Mens   and Theodore
II   '     ■    . • ■        .1   age,   her
■
the Ml mi family
survive    rin ib)  son ol
pi tiro Meza i d i ighters
Mi   tjdi    nd l.     ,     Tn,- children
be -   I' , ,
■   i
Uuaj
' .;
,   Mi -
II Hen    il  ,-  laid
. .■,:
... ■ ' itstes Mountains
.-
- li :, La Intra,
, -   - -    im|     here F, A
Hartms
The wortl pari
ei n passed   and
■ ;
■
ol debrii came tl - -1 iol  il rillei   I he
men el,.im id peral ■■ tho si,,pes,
calling upon thi ii -■■ adt i rain ol load
The last desperate stand ol tho uirvi
von was mini.- iii the shelter ol thi
overturned earrlagoi, as they fought
hack to bunk, dying, bul lighting I
thn last.
CLti\ £4 A n <&& -w U i   I
>wmmmmmmwbim&ta.:z;mwmitFwm. h smmi
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§
''Hii'sllltJsI   dUrlLik!
Wc have ;i Iol ol Swiss I'.nilii-oiderir.gs nnd
Inscrlions thai we wish to close out, anil have pi. ceil
;t lui on our counters ai
10c. and 16c. Per Yard
Sec our windows loi the 15c, line, This is the
Season when vou will need a Iol ol these goods, so
take advantage ol the Sale this week.
Wo have opened a fine lot, all thc New Shades,
and we have a fine Iol of Ginghams for Cushion
Covers.
OOLLAES
New Stock Collars and Turnovers opened this
wed;. You will find all the Newest things here, as
we gel a fresh supply every two weeks, and prices
are low,
DEESSG-OODS
like.    We have
All in Suil lengths,    No nv,
tlie largest variety in town.
mmm0wmmmMmmmsmmmmimuam8i n
SL|  NEXT WEEK "vVlWiil HAVE" A SILK SALE
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WATCH FOR ITH 3
NAKUSP.
I'rtiiii (lar Own I'orrospoiulonl.
Mrs. dipt. Finsi'i- and Mi.*.* Winnie j
of Arrowhead, spent n low days in
town.
Mrs. E. J. Hangs oi Arrowhead spent
Sunday in town.
Conductor Chas. Brett of the freight
train lms been transiered to Nelson,
Mr. A, S. Thomas, who is in the
employ ol the Tower k Light Co, at
Bonnington Falls, spent a lew days in
town,
Jas. Martin, a tornior resilient of
Nakusp, spent Sunday in town calling
on friends,
The steam shovel nnd work train
hnve ariived and we understand the
C, P. R. intend todo considerable work
this summer on this line and also to
enlarge the yard at Naku.p.
11. Glcndenning spent a day at the
Halcyon Springs.
The fishing season has opened and
already the sports can ho seen with
their fishing tackle and baskets, but it
is too early in the season for lish
stories.
On Sunday last services were held
in the three churches,
A Nicholas has a brood ol young
chickens out, the (list nf the seiison.
FIELD.
CHURCHES.
St
Ax
utniv't—Rev,
w  c
Calder
will 1
ike
for I1I1 sutije
ll    foi
Sunday
■vetll
lg
nexl   " Tin-
'riiiceis Kim's
lath
[•'ruin tiurtiwiiciirresiKiuiloiit,
Rev W. L. McRae, ol Golden, lor
twenty years missionary in Trinidad
under the Canadian 1'ieshytei-inn
church will delivor n lecturo, illustrated by lantern slides, in the ohuroh this
evening. The lecture is given under
11 - tuBpices ol tlio Ladies Aid Booioty.
Wo regn I to chronicle tho death ol
Mr. Roberl Wilson, who was (or Borne
lin riginei r on the hill,   It is loss
than two nth* since his sister, Mrs,
w - .damson, ol Fiold, died. Tin-
, m Mi 1 ,,i tin 11 nily live in Ireland.
Mr Wilson had many warm Iriends
hero all ul whom rogrel hi* oarly death
being but n young man yet, Typhoid
- 1- the cause.
Mei 1-    I--   lllunden   and   Wm
Ada m were in Cnlgary attending
- .I -.I tin- lato Mr. Wilson,
11,    on al tl'   round   house are
• busy al i ml overhauling some
ol the large engine* thai nor'- "n tin-
hill.
Roborl Armstrong, looomollve foreman had to laj oil loi   some ti n
account ol liekncss, Wo are plotted
io I,iie thai. In- is iibli- to return to
his work.
Vf 1 I lms. Mart iii has gono to Winnipeg to attend the convention ol the
proposed Canadian Alpine Club.
Mrs,,I. Niivell, and her sister, Mrs.
,1 ll Newell, in,vj- gone to  (, ilden
to visit their uniile, RoV.W, L. McRoO.
Mrs. Melver hns gmie to Toronto lo
undergo an operation, .
{ P. BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LifcllTED.
IIKAIl (Ii'Ii'IOK:   r.ll.,111.-,    ,11,111 iili.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
I'in-li I'.a-lui. .111.1 lluiiliirs in l,li' si.,.M   Stake's in nil tlm |irlnrl|inl Cltios nml
Tini-ns „t Allwrtn llrlllsli Columbia sml tlio Vnl    Puckers ot tlio Ooliilirute.1 llr.-niil     ^
i'   ■ lni|i-iii„i--- Hums nut Damn,and Sliammi'li llriunl, l.-.-i 1...-.[.
^-VV%VVV*s%^1V^%VVM»j%1I, %%•%%!% % 1.1 -%W*% •
AWNINGS
Now thnt hrltflil spiiii^iliiys ;ur comiliR in. In hi* I'lillnwL'd hy thr lirat
;if siiiiiiuti' ymi wanl In keen ymir stnivs ;<11cI Ihuisch oikiI ;iiul entiifci'liihlc,
The Best Way to (lu Lliis is to 8i.ciu'ti awnings for your whuioWH, und
iinlrr lln'in  fl'OIll
L   A.  FRETZ,
Firsi; Street.
(VVVVViiAArVVNAViJVv-'j'AA WV-.V ifVi AC'(V*(ii,*'..'W«*JVvV/ArV^,'vVV«
;! FURNITURE,  CARPETS AND, LINOLEUMS |
■ I   up i",|,l,-  i  1,-linbli- I'lliuillire
.,| Ii.i'I.m- lin-ii-llii!-,;*  in lu
Fur ill
R. Howson & Co., Furnishers
i|j'sAr,\/,^rW-A'W-A\*'V-j/VVVVVi^^
THE MOLSONS MM'K
ln,-„i-|Hirnl,i,l by Act „! I'arliiiinout, 1855.
HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL.
Wii, Moi.siin Maci'iiuhhon, Pi™, H. II. IOwinu, Viec-Pi'cs.
Ja.mi-:s Hi.1,10'1', Geiieml Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
I'lvei-ylJiing in wny of bunking business tl'iiusiicted v\itin nl nil-
nei-essai-y delay.
Interest credited Iwico a year nl, cui'i-t-nl rules nn Savluus Hunk
deposits,
W. II. PRATT, Manager,
RkvkIjStokk, IL C.
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Keep in touch with this store,
Sir, and you won't have to take
what you can get, but you'll get
what you want. Business is
now at flood tide and that
means large choice, and with
that choice you don't pay a
copper more than the article is
actually worth, We have everything in Men's and Boys' Tog
gery, When it is a question of
up to date Men's and Boys' wear
COME   HERE
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